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UDOSJZLABD. 8JLTUBDAT, NOYEQBER 18. 1655.
Don't you buy a Suit r Overcoat until
your have seen our stock.
Prices Greatly Reduced.
Buv where you get good merchandise
for your hard earned dollars:
Overcoats $2.98, should be SJ.00
Overcoats 5.00, should be- 8.00
Overcoats 7.50, should be 11.00
Overcoats 9.99, should be 1500
Overcoats 15.00, should be 20.00
Suits in the same proportion We don't
ask you to buy, just come in and look.
1 hat Senator PetTer Says Will
, Perpetuate Populism.
oosonno or fosces to oohquer
Friday Morning We Placed the Following Ad
ditional Bargains on Sale.
Not for one Jay or two days, but until sold. It's a mistake if you think our
;rrt;it offers are only for a few days. These bargains advertised continue at ad
vrticd prices until sold, and when sold others are put in their places. The best
InJij; blue calico advertised at 2c was sold at ic a vard. This is not an uncom-
Hxurrence. and is likely to happen every day. We are m the lead as liar-
Others privilege it is to lollow. c set menace, ana a lively one
Watch our advertisements every dav. We change them twice a
Ii you are an ecdnomicrl housekeeper you can't afford to look over liberal
e want your trade, and we are after it in real earnest, and if you will
it is at that.
ziv- us an opportunity we will show you that not a stone will be left unturned to
Ilcac our patrons.
Kii-uiii . 4hi yards f Black Braid in -'l''!
ty!e. all imH.rlcd and tbe latest design,
rth i,,, t a tard. will be sold for 19c.
HjrU;n it Hlak and Cold Hercules Braids, all
'':!'! at 2. 3. 4. ;, 6. 7 and ir Yarrf.
bargain I J Indigo Blue Calico, PK: iiialitv al
!' n'U in
-lim Sat f n Holies, Uality. uVie
boxes. A full lo-jard pattern for
These make nice Christmas gift.
Curtains and Portieres.
! nr.Is of l.nuo pairs of Lac Curtains bought
;1" ?r. at auction rale In New York City t
"lit b.. . ,.nt on tbe dollar, will br offered to the
at the following low price:
I'lr- iin K Luce Curtain, Jio. 3W, taped edges,
i rxt r known. 2. a pair,
"jiiiii 1-l.ace Curtain. No. 8.451, laped edges.
''I -I etr known. 49c a pair.
'"'f-'ain ( i - I r furl. in Kit 11?- 1. 11 o.l.reu.
onr. ttc a
r.'iin II- Lace Curl ain. So. Iff, taped edircs.
'M'UWw. 9Hc a Pair.
'ar-;i;n 1 Lac t'urtai
long. 1.15 a pair.
in. No. 613, taped edge.
'atValn J - Lace Curtain,' No. 6.&0O, taped edge,
l..nK. .7i a pair.
K LaeeCurlain.Xo. 2,v3. laped edges.
'ng. 11.98 a pair
,,;'f,-nin I Lore Curtain. No. 7.H6, taped edges
Bargain M laee Curtain, No. 017. laped edges,
.11 yards long, 2.90 a pair.
Bargain N LaccCurtain. No. 4,2l. laped edges.
3J yard long. $3.4 a pair.
Bargain O Lace Curtain. No. 1.JMK5, iaped edge,
SI yards long, t-1.45 a pair. 1
Bargain P Lafte Curtain. No. l.tWj. a new
thing, ilk edge raxnny;-an hardly be told from
the genuine Brussels at $3.98 a pair.
Bargain Q Better quality. No. 10.590. silk edge
Saxony, at V a pair.
A New Stock of Chenille Portieres.
Bargain K Portieres with dado and fringe, 12.19
Bargain 8 Portiere with dado and fringe. 93.85
Bargain T Portiere with dado and fringe, $4.69
Bargain I Portiere with dado and fringe, $5.72
Bargain V Portiere with dado and fringe, $6.25
Bargain W Portiere with dado arid fringe,
Dadoe and fringe in the very latest designs
and coloring. Kvery pair advertised i a bargain.
Jul received a lot of the new "Skirt Jacket
with braided waists.' They will now be found
on sale in our Cloak Department. Many of our'
shrewd buyers are availing themselves of the
great reductions advertised at the beginning of
our Gigantic" sale. Gigantic is just the word,
for each day our sale increases in magnitude and
HARKED, PUBSEL & YON MAUR,
Tw Om 1mm Fissaa ui T Fm Cl-
f ta WklW FapallMB to
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Wasbixgtos, Not. IK b tbe Popo.
list party to continue in the political field
Thia is om of ta question that an
new agitating certain political circles at
the capital, and the question is based upon
mtnom that the leaders of the party are
contemplating a change of organisation
because of some disagreements among
them, bnt especially for the purpose of
permitting the advocates of the free coin
age of silver who have never embraced
the Papulist doctrines as to government
ownership of railroads, the bond loan pol
icy and tbe issuing of paper money to at
tach themselves to the new organization.
The report or such a movement has
reached here from Kansas, and it Is stated
among other significant facts that W. F.
Right my er, of Topeka, who was instru
mental in calling the Cincinnati confer
Cerence in 1W1, when the l"opiilit party
was call oil into bring, had taken the initi
ative in the movement for 4 rr-orca nida
tion of the party upon diffVrent lines.
Senator IVOVr Wn.Sn li.
Senator lef!er was called tiwin for infor
mation as to the correct ncs t f Die report
and unhesitatingly stated tli.it tlie rumor
Ol the proposed change was well founded.
"I expect,'' he said, "a new alignment
of the parties to be found after the con
gressional election next year and that the
new party will be ready for our work in
tbe presidential election in
Do you mean that the Populist party
will be uiwirganiieo? ' was asked.
"The Populists," be replied, "will form
pan of a great national organization
which will probably be broucht together
tinder another name. Tbe Populist party
will have the same relation to thia new
party that tbe old Free Soil and Aboli
tionist parties bore to the Republican
party which was afterward organised by
a coming together of all the people op
posed to tbe extension 01 slavery id the
Tt. SalT Mate tke tasa.
When asked what would be the issue
upon which tbe new party would organ.
ua, he said it would be the question of
money. "The issne," be continued.
now between the money power and a gold
basis on one aide and tbe producing masses
o; tbe people advozauejr an enlarged rol
nine of money on a goka, aiteer and paper
basis on t be ot ner. Tiuuvwill be tbe great
isue in "ttSh, and it is one upon which the
people will divide without regard to for-
u f party differences. " I pon being asked
waat would It-come of other tenets of
P.ipuliMic faith, Pefler said: "While tbe
Po.iulists have fundamental doctrines
otber than that relating to tbe volume of
t.ie currency, which tbey cherish and will
continue to cherish, they recognize that
the fir-t step in securing the reforms
which they advocate is to settle the money
f ( Mittdral of SaeeeM. -
lliey believe that it would not be good
politics or wie Matecnianshin to decline
to co-operate with their fellow citizens
who believe just as they do concerning the
first move iu tbe solution of a problem
which they regard as vital. While we are
fighting this first great battle we shall
learn a great many things about what is
neceary to be done after the victory shall
be won the senator spoke very confident
ly of winning, and from that time for
ward atl the vid party prejudices which
have kept us apart so long to our injury
will have lieeu buried and forgotten and
we shall be a solid mass of voters ready
for tbe accomplishment of other needed
reforms. I look for the success of this
mnM.fri.iit in and I lmvt m nrMiffont.
I and a coucret to be chosen in w hich
will put into statute law- the leading doc
trines of tbe Populist party of today."
THE TALK OF IMPEACHMENT.
GENERAL TRADE IRREGULAR.
Bradstraeta Cieea the restores ot the
Xew Yoke, Nov. K Bradstreeta says:
General trade has been Irregr.ir, without
actual increase la volume. At ths south
improvement in demand is noted in load
ing Tennessee and TVxma cities. Heavy
of southern pig iron and tbe break
ing of the drouth in the soot an est are
features. Demand for rails tn eheckea be
cause of tbe cnt of fa to $31 In price and
tbe outlook for further reduettoo. At
eastern cities there is a most hopeful fesl-
injL, bat no improvement in demand ex
cept within a day or two of clothing, wool
ens and shoes. Net railway earnings for
September and October reflect nnfavor
nbie trade natures with decreases of 9 and
10 per cent, monthly as compared with
like periods ot last year. Not one groan
ot roads showed a- gain of gross earnings
for .September, while only one (Central
Western) showed a gain in net.
At Baltimore Jobbing is light and the
volume fails behind that of 1892. There is
no improvement in demand for sales at
Pittsburg, business being confined to act-
nal wants. Manufacturers of pig iron
and steel continue to refuse contracts for
1894 delivery for present prices. Ths trade
with tbe interior at Detroit is restricted.
There has been some demand in general
trade at Chicago, through tbe cold wave,
in clothing, woolens and shoes. North
west dealers are still holding large stocks
on hand. Collections are not favorable at
Milwaukee, and jobbers still exercise on
nsual care in extending credit. a
HE BELIEVES IN BELLAMY,
And That aa Whisky CosaIaa Cet Him
at Nm Traoble
New York, Nov. !&. George A. Roetb,
a n-.an who caused intense excitement at
Delnionico's by firing a fusillade of pistol
shots into and about the dining room.
was arraigned in Jefferson Market police
court. Koeth was confronted in court by
Simon E. Kits, tbe bnokkeener for Del-
monico, wbo preferred a charge of insan
ity against the man. Hueth told Justice
Hogan that be was OH years of age and
lived at 5-JO West Forty-sixth street.
"I sm a socialist." be said. "I am not a
follower of Herr Most. 1 believe that
Bellamy's doctrine is the nearest true of
all that have been talked or preached.
did not eet out with the Intention of
shooting any one yesterday, bat when I
saw tbe piillionaires sitting about Del-
roonico's it made me so mad that I went
ton pawnshop and puichased the pistol."
Koeth further said that hs had been drink
ing lately. He was committed to the
commissioners of chsrlt'es and corrections
for examination as to his canity.
Jt has been learned that Joseph Jeffer
son, tbe actor, came very near being killed
by tbe bullet of the crank. Jefferson bad
just left the seat over which the bullet
coursed to the wall where it struck, and
was thus providentially saved.
GUARDING AGAINST CRANKS. 1
M llwaaseVa Maye latewda JaJaosaMe-
Milwatcek, .Nov. 18. A policeman is
on guard at the mayor's office, as Major
Koch is afraid of cranks. Since the shoot
ing of Msyor Hsrriscn of Chicago Mr.
Koch has received letters from cranks on
various subjects accompanied by threats.
Some of these are from idle persocs who
imagine the mayor can give them city
BIG EXPRESS ROBBERY.
8. fmsssj Dawe 1
Tkuv, 0 Nov. i$. The United!
States Express company was robbed
of $7,500, secured in an iron safe in
the office here, while the messenger
stepped oat the office, late last night.
There are no clews.
NOT YET RESTORED.
Ml NM Vet mm ths Thrawe at How
San Frasiu, Nor. 18 The
Australia arrived at 10 o'clock this
morning, but brought no sensational
tidings from Honolulu Tl,.
- aa-i, ajutrjosia,
has not yet lieen restored to the
The Cial KtIM Blawlag.
Lommin, Xov. IX. The gale i
still blowing furiously on the south
coast. The losses in consequence
IMrtuI Buk Shawtas;.
Xew York, Nov. 18. The bank
statements show 165,000,000 on de
posit in excess of the legal require
Arrested for Harder.
Mason Cut, la., Nov. 18. John
phy and Dan McUrath have been 1
at Hartley, charged with murder Aug. IS
last A man stopped at Mnrphy'a far
dinner. Murphy says he suspected ho
was a robber, and while be was earing
went through bis sacnel and found a large
roll of money over oWu. Murphy railed
his hired man and with ebotgnn fa hand
demanded the money, which was given to
him. He told a neighbor that ho thought
the man was a robber and that ho wool
tarn him over to the police. Tbe
posed robber was never seen agate.
Siraa City Firm in Trwable.
Slot I Crtr, la., Nov. 18. The National
bank of Sioux City took possession of the
stock of C. U. Culver & Co., a leaning
dry goods firm here, under chattlo mort
gage for $-5,0U and a bill of sale. No as- '
signment has been made bat the place of
business is closed. The liabilities of the
firm other than to the bank and a tend-,
lord's lien to the Boston Investment com
pany for the unexpired term of the loans
aresmalL The failure was precipitated
by tbe consolidation of two banks involv
ing the closing up of tbe business of ths
Notional hank of Sioux City.
""''5iwe rriMMn Break Jail.
Mount Verm), Ills., Nov.- 18. Nine of
the fourteen prisoners in the county Jail
made their escape. They were permitted
to remain in the corridors of tbe jail dar
ing tbe day and managed to bend tbe iron
bars in tbe upper windows sufficiently to
permit them to escape. AU would novo
escaped had not tbe Jailer made kin ap
pearance. Five of the escaped prloonsis
were held lor burglary, one lor lorgery.oao ,
employment if be wants to. Tbe mayor
bad frequently received threatening let- J for criminal assault, one for gambling and
ten before the thcctiiig, but paid no at- J one for assault with intent to murder. Of
! Menhrr. of t'o.-rrM Not ItM-liaed to Xlif-
eas the Matter.
WaehinuTos. Nov. la Inquiry fails to
develop at the Capitol any response to the
suggestions which have come fro 114 some
parts of the country, most especially from
the Pacific coast, to the effect that the
president should be impeached for his
course in the Hawaiian matter. Senators
and members when asked to express
themselves apon this phase of the ones-
jtion refuse to consider it seriously or to
, diteuss it at oil.
Tbe most that any of them will say is
that ao question ot that kind can be prop
erly raised at this time, when so little is
positively known of tbe plans of the ad -ui'.nialref
ion with reference to Hawaii or
concerning its action in Honolulu. Full
information of every move in the compli
cation, congressman nay, must be at hand
before tbey can discuss, even informally.
the proper course tor congress to pursue
is the premises. There are some who will
not speak on tbe subject for publication
in any way. in tbe absence of a fall state
ment of tbe case and before it Is known
what, if anything, is to be done.
rUtt4 to Blw Cf m Theatre.
M ABfeUiXES, Nov. 18 A clairvoyant of
the name of Maria Saint Homy has been
arrested in this city on the charge of being
implicated in a plot to blow up the Thea
tre des Nations. Documents were found
to her lodgings in which tbe use ef dyna
mite was urged, and in which (be director
of the theater was warned that his build
ing would be destroyed.
Frotest Agalest M Anpelataseat.
TOPEKA. Kan., Nov. 18. Eugene Hagan,
ox-assistant United States district at
torney and otber prominent Democrats
tenve orotested to tbe authorities at Wash
inctoa against the appointment of Frank
8. Thomas as postmaster tn this dty apon.
the reeommenaauoa or beoator Mania,
as aa outrage upon tbe Democratic party
teution to them. But now he feels differ
ent. He is afraid of cranks of the Pren
dergast stripe. Now st rangers calling at
the mayor's office are scanned very close
ly by tbe policenisn on guard, and no un
known pen-on is admitted to see tbe
mayor unless be can give a satisfactory
explanation 01 bis business.
MAYOR HARRISON'S &LAYER.
The Novelty of His Situation Wearing Off
- What His Jailer Says.
Chicago, Nov. 18 Prendergast, the
murderer of Carter H. Harrison, is having
a dreary time of it in jail these days. The
novelty of being a conspicuous prisoner
lias worn off, and be seldom ventures from
his dark cell. When he does come out it
is to talk with his lawyers or to submit to
an examination of physicians. There is
not ths slightest doubt bat that experts
are now prepared to take the witness box
and declare Prendergast reponsible for bis
acts. He is developing a wonderful amount
f cunning, and when be tbinks he can say
or do something that will work up a feel
ing of p.ty for him he loses no time, but
gaes about and does it. Jailer Morris and
ail tbe turnkeys, wbo see him constantly
day and night, say that be is afflicted with
nendtsbDess and nothing else.
Ayp.al tor frtltcliM.
Washington. Nov. 18. The southern
manufacturers who are protesting against
tbe abolition of the duty on iron ore and
coal have issued a public statement ap
pealing to the Democratic party for pro
tection to tbe several hundred millions ot
Dollars invested is manufactories and min
eral lands in the 1 New South" within the
pest fifteen years The statement is an
appeal to Democrats generally and to the
manufacturers of the west and south for
co-operation tn resisting any legislation
bsviog for iu object tbe placing of iron
ore and cow on the free list, and con
tains a long argument against such propo
sitions. Are Waitiag for reU Kw.
WasnisoTOH, Nov. 18. The expected ar
rival at any moment of the next steamer
from Hawaii, ths Australia, has had the
effect of decreasing to the lowest point the
amount of speculation and surmise which
has been prevalent regarding tbe Hawaiian
question. Officials of the stats depart
ment, as well as - tbe pOblic at large, feel
that this steamer will bring definite infor
mation of the situation at Honolulu. Un
der these circumstances there Is absolute
ly no news.
Laidlaw Will tiet Anather Chaaee at tags.
New i'oRK, Nov. IS. The general term
of the supreme court has reversed ths de
cision of the lower court dismissing the
action brought by William R. Laidlaw to
recover 850,000 damages from Kusseli Saga
lor injuries- received by Laidlaw during
the dynamite explosion in bage's office. .. A
. new trial is ordered. .. . ?
beers are in pursuit.
' Ts. Girls rerish la a Fire.
Mauisos, Wis, Nov. 18. Stregina's :
academy, known as the. Englewood villa, :
located on the shore of Lake Wiagra, 1
three miles from here, burned. Two little
girls suffocated while asleep in the upper
story. They were Maggie Rice of 8tv- .
eus Point, aged 7, and Mamie Stack,
daughter of John tack, 65 Forty-fifth
street, Chicago. . Francis Ilenncberrj,
aged 8, was also nearly suffocated, bat
was resuscitated and is now out of dsn
Cabao Revalutiaa Eaded. :
New York, Nov. IS. General Joss
Marti, representative ot the Independent
party of Cuba in the United States, re
ceived a dispatch to the effect that the
Cuban rebellion i& at an end and that the
insurgents have surrendered. Bo said ho '
was in possession of full information in
regard to the rebellion, but he could not
make it public . '
Killed Herself Her tw'i Crave.
New York, Nov. 18. After grieving fee
months over the death of her only eon
and tbe intemperate habits ot her hoe
band, Mrs. Henrietta Wtedaetr wank to
Ureenwood cemetery and) shot horoslf
h ile standing near her eon's grave. Two
rts enured her head and the nhynV-
at ths hospitals say she will die.
AT, L"E5S'JHAN .
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