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6R0YEE TO GERMANS.
die Calls Them Fellow Citizens and
Tells Why He Does So.
DUTIES OP AMERICA'S ADOPTED.
TB PITIBBTTBG, PIBPATOB, " FBJD'AY'- 'OCTOBER : 28" 1892L
GroTer Considers One of Them,
the Chief, in Tact, Is
TO TOTE THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET
New Yokk, Oct. 27. The German
American Cleveland Union held .a great
mass meeting to-night in Cooper Union, the
large hall being packed with people and
nearly as many more being unable to gain
admittance. Enthusiasm was at white heat
throughout the proceedings, tumultuous
applause greeting Mr. Cleveland, Carl
Schurz, Oswald Ottendorfer and the many
leading German-American citizens as they
came upon the platform, which was decora
ted with the portraits of the national
Democratic candidates, surrounded by
tastefully draped American flags.
Hon. Oswald Ottendorfer called the meet
ing to order and spoke briefly of the attitude
of the two parties. As Mr. Ottendorfer
was closinc a inisrhtv cheer arose near the
southern entrance to the hall and the band
struck up "Hail to the Chief." At once
Sir. Cleveland was seen coming down the
aisle toward the rear entrance to the stage,
and the vast assemblage stood up and
cheered, yelled, and waved hats and hand
kerchiefs. As Mr. Cleveland appeared on
the platform a whirlwind of" applause
swept over the hall, continuing for fully
five minutes. Mr. Cleveland bowed re
peatedly before taking his seat Every
mention of Cleveland's "name thereafter by
the speakers elicited creat applause.
William Stein way was then introduced as
Chairman and said in part that the McKin
ley bill with its enormities and abnormities,
has drawn a veritable Chinese wall around
us, and has not only not resulted in any ad
vance of wages, bnt has made nearly all
articles dearer to the consumer, and last,
but not least, has made the world's markets
inaccessible to American manufacturers by
enormously increasing the cost of raw ma
terial and such partly manufactured articles
whichare not produced in this country, yet
enter into its manufactured goods.
Cleveland Greeted Heartily.
Chairman Steinway introduced Grover
Cleveland as "agentleman known, honored
revered and beloved, not only in America.
but the wide world over." Again the audi
ence broke loose and shouted "itself hoarse
in greeting to the ex-President Mr. Cleve
land was repeatedly and loudly applauded
at frequent intervals during his remarks.
Fellow-Citizets When I address you as
my "lello-n citizens" I use the salutation
common on occasions like this and one
which ordinarily carries with it no greater
meaning than a customary creetimr. It
teems to me, however, not amiss in the
presence of such an assemblage as I see be
joieuie to consider what it is that entitles
us to call each other .fellow-citizens. It is
at once apparent that we can only apply
the-e woiUs to American fellow .citizens.
proud of the land in which they live, prdud
of American institutions and devoted to the
achievementof Ameiican success nndgreat
uess. They do not requite that those
ho come to us from other lands
and become our people shall forget
their old homes, but they uo signify such an
assimilation on tneir part as leads them to
contriDute whatever is valuable in the char
acter they inheiit, in the country of their
birth, to the lund of American pi osperity
and happiness. Ir frugality and industry
are their national traits, those should be by
them contributed to American prosperity:
and if cheerfulness and a love of Bong are
their national characteristics, these should
he contiluuted to American happiness.
Those who do these thiius in true fraternal
spirit, and in co-operation with all others
w ho love the American name, and who also
i emulate tneir political action hythoushtful
nes and an anxious desire lor American
welfare, entitle themselves to membership
in the grand association of, American fellow
citizen. Another Very Important Meaning.
But there is another and exceedingly Im
portant meaning to besiven to these words,
which arises from the idea ot a fair and
equal community of Interests which they
uatuially suggest. If we are to be truly fel
low -citizens we must have, not only a com
mon purposo, but a common division of trie
benefits arising from our association. Our
citizenship grows out or our allegiance and
devotion to the Government which claims
our patriotic support; but we can hardly be
accused or straining tho meaning of woids
when we insist that if we are to be fellows
in our citizenship, this fellowship is only
lealized when we enjoy in an equal and just
manner the advantages of our citizenship.
W liether this is our actual condition is at
this time a subject of anxious popular in
quiry. We And a political party bollcitlng
the suffrages of our people in support ot the
doctrine that this fellowship in our citisen
ship is secured when the prosperity of cer
tain rspecial interests is favored in the
making and execution or our laws, and is
made a direct charge upon the Industry of
tlioe not within the citcie of Governmental
partiality. As a result ot the successful as
sertion of this doctiine, we flud enormous
unearned fortunes in the hands of a few in
dividuals, while those who, in an unequal
race, patiently rely upon personal thrift and
stuidy individual effort, are far in the rear.
Some Foundation for discontent
Inequalities of fortune furnish no ground
for discontent when they are due to differ
ences in enterprise, legitimate opportunity
or natural endowment. When, however,
theyaie traceable to Governmental inter
feience in behalf of a small minoiitvor our
people at the expen se of the remainder,
nothing but the deception of partian blind
ness of thoe who suffer can prevent them
from challenging this injustice and demand
ing the consideration duo them by virtue
of their fellowship in American citizensnlp.
I interpret the organization and activity
ot the German-American Union as protest
ing against the violation of the rights of its
members in this fellowship, and I conceive
t'lis demonstration to be a revolt against tho
mockery of calling those our fellow citizens
who are dcpiivea of an equal participation
in the advantages promised under free
American institution-. Let ns always re
member that unjust conditions are not due
to anv infirmity in the principles upon
which our Government is founded. They
aiesnfuclent forusin nil our needs. Injus
tice is born of their perveision.
Cle eland Closes AVltb. a Warning.
We are led, therefore, directlyto the con
clusion that the remedy for unfair inequalt--ties
in the distribution of the benefit of our
American citizenship is in the bands of the
voters of the land; and that if there has
been a departure from the lights which
should guide the operations of our Govern
ment It is for the people to demand a return.
to safe channels.
Let me warn von. in elnslni-. that tim
struggle to secure the rectification of false
methods and the dlslodgmeut or selfish
advantiges is not an easy one. Attempts to
cajole our voters, successful in tho past, and
still continued, and oriberyand corruption
ate still in vojue. It is only by Intelligent
argument, constant endeavor and unremit
ting vigilance that wo shall recover the just
and equal share of benefits which belong to
us as American fellow-citizens.
Was a beauty, fair, plump and healthy. Bn
when two years old Scrofula Humor spread
over her head, neck
and forehead down
into her eyes, one
great sore, offensive
and dreadful, causing
such Itching anl burn
ing that we had to tia
her hands to prevent
scratching. For 3
1-muu rredei'iu. years she suffered tor
ribly. The first bentfl
clal effect from Hood's 6arsaparilla was that
she began to show more life and have an ap
petite. Then the humor soon began to sub
side, the itching mid burning cased, and
the sores entirely healed np. She is nowper
fectly welf, and so different from before tak
that she seems like another child." L W.
Feedeeick, Dan forth street, near Crescent
ave.. Cypress Hill, Brooklyn, N. Y.
HOOD'S FILLS cure all Liver Ills, oil
tousuess, nausea, sick headache, indigestion
ALL ODDS AND ENDS
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
OCTOBER 28 AND 29. ,
The successful Dissolution Sale we have just had has left
each and every department many remnants and odd lines to be
closed. We have decided to do so on the above days. Cost
on all goods lost sight o It will be your gain to visit this sale.
Many remnants of Dress Goods have enough for a dress. All
goods for that sale marked less than
Body Brussels Carpets,
And all kinds of Ingrain Car
pets. Everything new in style,
SPECIAL LOW PRICES. -
Wall Paper in every quality
and style for wall and ceilinor"
Special styles in choice colors.
You should see our stock be
fore you buy.
FROM THE FURNITURE CENTER OF THE
IT PAYS 00 TO TRADE WITH
You have read of bargains in the Furniture line. Now come and see us and you
will be convinced that we carry the largest best and lowest in price in the city. Note
some of our bargains:
A Solid Oak Chamber Suit for
A 6-Piece Tapestry Parlor Suit,
A Solid Oak Sideboard, . . .
And all other goods in
CALL AND SEE US.
proportionate low prices.
$18 and upward.
. $23 and upward.
. $15 and upward.
SEEING IS BELIEVING.
GEO. ft SNAMAN,
136 FEDERAL ST..
ALLEGHENY CITY, PA.
Kemnants of Colored Dress 6oo3s,
Remnants of Black Dress Goccb,
Remnants of Colored Cishmere,
Remnants of Black Silks,
Remnants of. Colored Silks,
Remnants of Fancy Silks,
Remnants of Table Linen',
Remnants of Muslins and Crashes,
Remnants of Wash Goods,
Soiled Linen Collars and Cuffs,
Soiled Mull Crepe, 5 c each.
Odd line Ruching, 5c and 10c a
Broken line $1.25 and $1.50 Cor
sets, 50c each.
Shop-worn Thread, best make, 2c
each or 3 for 5 c.
$2 Mohair Skirt Patterns, 65c
Soiled and odd pairs Chenille
Portieres less than half price.
Soiled Chenille and Velour Table
Covers, 50c up.
25 pieces English Dress Goods,
9c a yard for this sale.
$2 Colored Dress Trimmings, 50c
a yard for this sale.
THE LEADERS IN OFFICE
Our Terms Beino- Cash
You Are the Gainer..
Remnants of Dress Trimmings.
BALANCE OF STOCK
Men's Underwear and Hosiery
TO BE CLOSED AT THIS SALE
No room to handle this line. The prices on this line will save
you big money, as they must be-closedr
LADIES', HISSES' & CHILDREN'S CLUB
Many good things left from the old stock which will
be sold during, this sale at
ONE-FOURTH REGULAR PRICE.
McEIveen Furniture Co., Lim.,
484 and 430 Smithfield St., FUtsbnrg, Pa
Seud for catalogue or call and see us.
OF THE AGE.
m lg WEAR.
OTHER 3BiKip OTHER
Special lenses prronnd on tbe premises.
CHESSMAN OPTICAL COMPANY,
42 Federal street, Allegheny, Fa.
ABTIF1CIAL EYES INSERTED.
See Exhibit in Exposition Building.
WE QUOTE FOR THIS WEEK the following prices that will bring
hundreds of new buyers to this department:
AT 50c Men's Camel's Hair Shirts and Drawers, worth 75c.
AT 75c Men's Natural Wool Shirts and Drawers, worth $1.
AT 88c Men's Fancy Striped Cashmere Shirts and Drawers, exceptionally
good values, worth 1.25.
AT $1.00 Men's Australian Wool Shirts and Drawers; non-shrinkable; they
would be cheap at 1.25.
AT $1.50 Men's English extra fine -Cashmere Wool Shirts and Drawers
soft as silk, non-shrinkable, worth $2.
DOUGLAS & MACKIE,
151. 153 AND 155 FEDERAL ST.. ALLEGHENY.
SUCCESSORS TO JOHN P. ENABLE & CO.,
NO. 35 FIFTH AVENUE.
Store Open Saturday Evening Until 10 OClock.
Drives in Men's Grercoats!
Unless you want something extra
fine, you can easily make a pleasing
selection from the $10 line. It is
composed of Meltons and Kerseys in
all different light and dark shades;
Scotch Cheviots in plain eolors and
fancy mixtures, also some Brown and
Black Beavers and Chinchillas. These
self-same Overcoats cannot be bought
anywhere beiow $15. Our special
ARE YOU MARRIED? :
It is the small annoyances, like a lost collar
button, that fret and worry. Sour milk over
night; no milkman in the morning; no cream
for the coffee; no milk for the baby. The
GAIL BORDEN "EAGLE" BRAND
Condensed Milk is always ready for use. Use it
for tea, coffee and chocolate; for icecream, sum
mer drinks and general cooking purposes.
Your Grocer and Druggist sell it.
This Country is full of fat, healthy babies raised on the "Eagle" brand.
This is a dandy and superb line of
best American Melton, Kersey, Chev
iot, Fur Beaver and Chinchilla Over
coatsy cut extra long, as required by
the latest fashion, lined and trimmed
beyond a fault and fitting to perfec
tion. We challenge any clothing house
in the State to produce the same
quality Overcoats for less than $ 17.
fill 1 BuJ JS&k ii 4
Or Li J
We place before you a grand line
of Men's Single and Double Sack
Suits, made of plain black, colored
and fancy mixed Cheviots, silk mixed
Cassimeres and Homespuns, in 75
different and distinct new patterns,
and ask you to take your choice for
$10. At any other place you'll pay
15 for the same identical qualities.
A wonderful bargain this: Twenty
different lots of Men's Cassimere,
Cheviot, Homespun, Niggerhead and
Worsted Suits, cut in newest shapes,
Single and Double-breasted Sack and
Cutaway Frock styles, made up as
good as the average custom work,
offered by us at the nominal price of
13. The real value is 17.
WjK$il8wti AOv. DCPT.
HOW TO PROPOSE TO A LADY.
Don't get down on your knees or Indulge
In silly romantics, for honest lore bas senso
about It, as well as sentiment. Meet tbe
lady. of.y our choice face to face, explain to
her tonr worldly prospects, ask her to share
your fortunes, and if she says no, don't blow
your brains out, get drunk or become 'mis
erable, but buy her a pair of ear drops, and
lace pin, and a rintr. nil set with
Take tliem to her and she will say "yes"
so qnlck it will tna'e your head swim.
Sond for illustrated catalogue.
B. E. AR0NS, JEWELER,
Is apostUve cure for all forms of ,
We base this assertion on oar observation of oyer
thirtyyears, lnwhichtlmea very larsonnmber and
variety otSktn Disease have been reported to us as
cured, by tbe simple use of Heiskell's Ointment,
without the aid oflnternal remedies. Many of these
were cases of long duration, that had resisted the
treatment of the most eminent medical talent In
this and other countries. Heiskell's Ointment
seems never to have failed In a single Instance.
Sold by Drucebts, or sent by moil.
Frlco SO Cents per box.
" Hints for Kitchen and Sick Room," Free.
' . JOHNSTON, HOLLOWAY fc CO,
tSCl Commerce Street, Philadelphia.
THE MERCANTILE AGENCY
R. G. Dun & Co.,
Westinghouse Buildinir, corner Penn Ava.
andNintht, Pittsburgr, Pa
This establishment supplies all necessary
Information as to the standing, responsible
lty, etc., ot business men throughout North.
America. It is the oldest and by far the
mast complete and extensive system ever
organized for the accommodation of Bank
ing and Mercantile interestsand the General
Promotion and Protection of Trade.
Debts Collected and Legal Business at
tended to throughout the liortb Amerieu
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700 Young Men's Double-Breasted
Dress Overcoats, worth
Every Cent of $13,
AT ONLY $8.50.
These very choice and reliable gar
ments will fit boys from 14 to 20 years old.
They are made of plain black, fancy mixed
and solid colored heavy Cheviots, and are
guaranteed to outlast any $13 Overooat
sold elsewhere. Every young man who
wants to combine fashion and economy
should Bee this wonderful specialty.
' vonr bov needs an Overcoat
call and see our unexampled
line of heavy Scotch Plaids,
and having long, detachable capes. Noth
ing like them in Pittsburg for less than
$4. Some stores even sking 4.50. Sizes
from 4 to 14.
Lot of Boys' Very .Fine
Overcoats, worth from
$6 to $7.50;
AT ONLY $4.
This lot consists of some oi the finest
and prettiest novelties of the season;
made of Imported Cheviots, fancy English
Cloakings, plain Meltons; made fault
lessly and fitting perfectly. Sizes 4 to 14.
Mothers, don't miss this oiler, for it is
the best chance of the season to buy a
good and stylish suit for your little boy
from 4 to 14 years old. The suits offered
at $2.60 are really H suits, but, for reasons
best known to ourselves, we will let them
go away below cost. The styles are
double-breasted (like above cat) and tbe
patterns are the newest.
This figure will buy yonr choice
from a beautiful line of Fall and
Winter Novelties in Children's
Suits exclusive and original designs
which were made to be sold for $6, 57 and
f8. These are bargains worth coming for
a hundred miles.
1,1 YOUNG MEN'S FINE
Sizes 14 to 19, Worth $12,
AT ONLY $8.
Young men who work for their money
will appreciate this bargain, for while the
suits are made of first-class plain black
and fancy colored Cheviots, and fit to per
fection, the price is but 58. or just $4 be
low the true value. The styles are single
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