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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, "WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1889.
Alexander Sullivan's Secrets Are to
Be Given to the Grand Jury.
M1VATE TELEGKAMS EXAMINED.
A Host of Witnesses Are Called Upon to
Give Their Evidence.
FA1HEE DOEXEE PLACED IN THE BOX
Chicago. June 18. The sensational in
cident of the Cronin grand jury this morn
ing was the refusal of "William E. Bell, of
the AVestern Union Telegraph Company, to
obey an order of the jury to produce mes
sages passing between Alexander Sullivan,
Dan Coughlin, P. O'Sullivan, John J.
Maroney and G. W. Melville. Mr. Bell
maintained that it was against the rules of
the company to produce such messages and
that the statutes of the State of Illinois ini
X)scd a fine of $5,000 upon a telegraph
company for disclosing the contents of any
personal or business message passing over
After all attempts to induce the witness
to obey had tailed, the jury, headed by
States Attorney Longenccker, repaired to
Judge Sheppard's room, and appealed to
His Honor to issue an order directing the
witness to answer under pain of contempt
and commitment Charles S. Holt, attor
ney ior the "Western Union, appeared in
behalf of the witness, and stated that while
the company desired in every way to assist
the ends of justice, it did not desire to vol
untarily violate the statutes of the State
and disclose the messages of its patrons upon
the mere request of a grand jury.
TIIEY WOULD SUBMIT.
If the Court thought fit to -issue an order
directing the witness under pain of con
tempt to produce the messages the company
would then consider this a bar to any possi
ble civil prosecution by patrons and the
witness would obey the order. He thought,
though, the jury should more explicitly de
scribe the messages wanted, their present
request being more in the nature of a gen
eral drag net. States Attorney Longenecker
held that the jury could not definitely de
scribe the contents of messages sent.
"What the jury wanted was the right to
examine all and any messages that might
have passed between any of the suspected
parties since March 1. The jury alone
could be the judge of their relevancy to the
case. Mr. Holt objected somewhat to an or
der of such sweeping nature, but the Judge
lully sustained the States Attorney and an
order was spread upon the record directing
the witness under pain ot contempt and
commitment to jail to produce any and all
messages, cablegrams, or copies thereof in
the Chicago office passing between Alexan
der Sullivan, Dan Coughlin, P. O'Sulli
van, John J. Maroney, G. "W. Melville and
Charles McDonald, either under their true
name or any alias, or between either of these
men and any other person or persons, since
the first of March last
The officers of the "Western Union stated
that five men had been employed two days
searching among the records for originals or
copies of the messages desired, and that
they would now be promptly spread before
the jury. Maurice Morris, a friend of Dr.
Cronin, was before the jury this morning
and told how the doctor had frequently stated
thathe had incurred the enmity or certain
persons high in authority in Irish societies
and that he had fears for his life.
"William Mulcahy, the suspect about
whom so much has been written, was
closeted with the jury for nearly an hour
and those who heard his story became con
vinced that he had no connection with the
crime. He showed that lie had not gone to
work for O'Sullivan until several days after
the date of the murder, and, from his evi
dence, did not appear to know much about
O'Sullivan or his associates. He was asked
particularly about the movements of O'Sul
livan during the days following the murder,
but stated that they were in no wise sus
picions and that O'Sullivan seemed to be
devoting more time to the ice business than
any other outside affair.
He stated that he had never, to his knowl
edge, seen O'Sullivan and Coughlin together
during those times, bnt that he might possi
bly be mistaken on that point, as he was not
well acquainted with Coughlin. Altogether
Mr. Mulcahy was a very unprofitable wit
ness, and the jury obtained no information
of consequence from his cross-examination.
eating intimacy between O'Sullivan and
Dennis O'Conner, Secretary of Camp 20,
was questioned at length regarding Clan-na-Gael
affairs, but warmly disclaimed any
knowledge of a secret trial and sentence of
Dr. Cronin on the charge of treason.
Charles Carlson and Mrs. Lindgren, his
sister, were upon the stand a few minutes,
and the latter thought the photograph of
Burke resembled somewhat one of the men
who rented the cottage. Young Carlson
also Admitted resemblance, butfailedto find
THAT FATAL NIGHT.
Miss McCormiok, asister of Mrs. "Whalen,
stated that she was at O'Sullivan's house
the night of the murder and remembered
that the ice man got up aboat 10 o'clock or
later to admit a couple of his employes who
had spent the evening in some part of Lake
View. This statement agreed with the evi
dence of a couple of the ice men, themselves,
who earlier in the day testified to having
entered the house about that hour and been
admitted by O'Sullivan.
Frank T. Johnson, formerly a confidential
clerk of J. Lester & Co., brokers, testified
in regard to certain fortunate speculations
of Alexander Sullivan and is alleged to
have substantiated the story that Sullivan
alter a certain lucky deal made him a muni-
ncent cash present.
Father Dorner was called to the stand and
asked to give the particulars of P. "W.
Dunne's charge of embezzlement against
Alexander Sullivan, and the reverend
gentleman's subsequent investigation of this
charge by agreement of the principals.
Father Dorney related as nearly as his
memory would permit the circumstances of
this charge, and stated that it was only
of the affairs of Sullivan and the amount of
his annual income that he pronounced
Dunne's charge groundless. The .reverend
gentleman was also questioned closely re
garding his knowledge of Clan-na-Gael or
ganizations, but failed to disclose any par
ticular knowledge of their workings.
Robert "Warren, a Board of Trade man,
and Henry Baughart and "William J.
Lynch were also called to the stand upon
somebodys assertion that they knew some
thing of the case, but they all disclaimed
all knowledge of or acquaintance with any
of the actors in the tragedv, and were greatly
surprised that they should have been sub
poenaed. TAYLOR fc DEAN'S.
PAETED FEOM HIS BLONDE BEIDE.
A Young Man Arretted In Boston for
Forgery In San Francisco.
rsrZCL&L TZLEGKAM TO THE DISFATCn.l
Boston, June 18. This morning a
smart-looking young man, accompanied by
a handsome blonde, arrived in this city on
a "Western express and went at once to a
hotel. In less than an hour Superintendent
Cornish, of Pinkerton's Detective Agency,
with the aid ot a local inspector, had in
vaded the room assigned the oouple, and the
young man was hustled up to police head
quarters, leaving the handsome blonde in
tears. His name is John B. Kenney, alias
Casey, and he is wanted in San Francisco
to answer to the charge of forging a note of
order for 54,000 on the "Wells Fargo Express
After receiving the money he induced the
girl 'to elope, married her in Sacramento,
May 24. and then turned his face to the east,
Ho is about 22 years of age. He will be
returned to San Francisco as soon as papers
can be gotten out for him. A considerable
sum ot money was found upon him.
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Solera Cabinet, 1860 1 50
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BENNETT Monday. June 17, at 3:15P. si.,
KOX MUCH IXFOKMATIOir.
Fifteen or 20 witnesses were before the
grand jury this afternoon, but by far the
greater number were singularly devoid of
information. Bobert Boyington, Pat Bren
nan and James Hinehan, all employes of
Iceman O'Sullivan, testified to the habits
and demeanor of their employer about the
time and previous to the murder, and were
particularly questioned as to his relations
with Coughlin and Woodruff They knew
nothing of O'Sullivan's intimacy with
Coughlin. and all testified that thev had
never seen Woodruff, either at the icehouse
or any place else.
llaloney, the saloon keeper, told about
the row in his place between ex-Officer
Boach on one side and Coughlin and O'Sul
livan on the other; and Boach was called
and corroborated this story, and otherwise
testified to the intimacy between Coughlin
and the ice man.
The Carisons were again called to testify
as to certain incidents in connection with the
renting and occupancy of the cottage and
were given another chance to identify in the
picture of Martin Burke, the man Williams
who rented the cottage. They did not appear
any more certain of his identity than yester
day; and the jury was loth to return an
indictment against Burke without addi
tional evidence. In this the jurors failed to
agree with Chief Hubbard, who appeared
before the jury and urged the prompt indict
ment of Burke.
SULLIVAN 'S FBIENDS.
Henry Stoltenberg, Alleiander Sullivan's
clerk, was questioned, at length regarding
the alleged intimacy between the Irish
leader and Dan Coughlin, bnt failed to
fulfill the expectations of the jury. He
knew nothing of Coughlin's calls at- the
lawyer's office, but admitted that the
former might have entered Sullivan's
private room without being observed
by the rest ci the firm.
Mrs. Bich, who lives on Ashland avenue,
diagonally across from the Carlson cottage,
was called upon to describe the people
whom she observed at different times enter
ing the cottage and loitering around the ice
house, bnt she failed to describe any one
who bore accurate resemblance to Burke,
and was unable to identify his photograph
as that of any one she had ever seen.
Thomas Given, an emulove of the den.irt-
xnent, testified that he knew Bnrke during
the latter'a recent residence in the city, but
had no knowledge ofhis 'intimacy with
O'Sullivan, Coughlin or any other of the
suspected persons. T. J. Conway told the
jurr that he was intimately acquainted
withDr. Cronin during his life time, and
that the latter had frequently expressed the
conviction that his life was "in danger and
that he was liable to be murdered at any
time by emissaries of prominent Irish
XKTO THE SECBETS.
Conway also stated that he was a member
of the -Riverside uamp ot the Clan-na-Gael
and had heard John F. Beggs' speech de
nouncing Cronin. John F. Beggi himself
was next called upon "by the jury, bnt his
evidence contained nothing new and was
substantially a repetition of his testimony
E. G. Dunne, William J. Hynes law
partner, was on the stand a few minutes,
but failed to relate anything that deserved
the dignity of testimony and was followed
by James Qninn, the 'Clark street hatter,
y who again testified to certain incidents indi-
We Are Sole Afrenta for tho Tuxedo Snlta
In Western Pennsylvania.
Jos. Hobne & Co.'s
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The largest line fixer shown in this city,
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A full line of imported cigars, in boxes
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Jos. Hobne & Co.'s
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Fees ch Bobes The remaining stock of
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Hospitals use it; physicians recom
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I am selling a fine Havana Key West
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Ladles' Pore Linen Hemstitched Handker
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And other equally goodhandkerchief bar
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BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
Attempts are frequently made to
palm off inferior Waters bearing
labels closely resembling the genuine
Bottles bearing the genuine Apolli
naris labels are frequently filled
with a spurious article.
LOOK AT THE CORK,
which, if genuine, is branded with
the name cf the Apollinaris Com'
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Joiin Bennett, aeed 80 years and 6 months.
Funeral Wednesday, June 19, at 3 o'clock
P. 31., from his late residence. No. 63 Pennsyl
vania avenue, Allegheny. Friends and rela
tives respectfully invited to attend. 2
CONNELIi Or. Tuesday, June 18. 1889, at
12-10 a. m., Edward, son of Edward and Alary
Connell, aged 5 months.
Funeral from the parents residence, corner
Gum and Cliff streets, on Wednesday
AFTEBNOON at 2.30 o'clock. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend.
DUFFY At Braddock. June 17, Edwabd
K, infant son of Edward F. and Agnes
Duffy, aged 5 months.
Funeral Wednesdat at 1 o'clock p. jr. from
residence, on Braddock avenne.
HIGGINS Tuesday evening, at 8:45, Grace
Agnes, daughter of William and Matilda
Higgins, aged 13 years 3 months.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
KANN On Monday, 130 p. jr.. June 17, 1SS9,
Milton Harold, infant son of Myer 11. and
Bertha Kann, aged 8 months and 4 days.
Funeral private, Wednesday jiobning, at
9 o'clock. No flowers.
Brookville and Clarion, Pa., papers please
MESCH At his residence. No. 1517 Penn
avenue, on Monday evening, June 17, 1889, at
8:40 o'clock, Jacob Mesch, aged 32 years, 11
months and 10 days.
Fnneral on Thtjbsday at 8.30 a. jl
PERSON On Monday, June 17, 1889, at 1150
p. Jf.. Cabbie, infant daughter of John and
Mollle Person, aged 2 months 17 days,
Fnneral from the residence of the grandpar
ents, 37 Fayette street, Allegheny, on
Wednesday, at 2 p. it. Friends of the fami
ly are respectfully Invited to attend. 2
SHERIDAN On Tuesday, June 18, 1889, at 7
a. it., Sarah A Shebidan, aged 53 years.
Funeral from her late residence, 248 Forty
second street, on Thtjbsday, June 20, at 8:30
A. M. Friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend.
Butler and Kit tanning papers please copy. 2
SCHNEIDER On Monday. June 17. 1889, at
10.30 p. jl, Nichlaus Schneider, aged 73
years 11 months and 17 days.
Funeral from the residence of Jacob Schnei
der, Wickline's lane, Thirteenth ward, Alle
gheny, on Wednesday, June 19, at 2 o'clock
p. jr. Friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend.
WAGNER On Tuesday, June 18. 1889, at 5
oclock A. Jt., John Waoneb, aged 34 years.
Funeral from his late residence, 285 Beaver
avenue, Allegheny, on Thursday, June 20, at
2 o'clock p. jl Friends of the family are re
spectfully invited to attend. 2
WILLIAMS On Tuesday morning, June 18.
1SS9, at 6 o'clock, JAMES, Jr., son of James and
Matilda Williams, nee Gemmer, aged 3 years
and 23 days.
Funeral from the residence of his parents,
3915 Mifflin street, Sixteenth ward, Pittsburg,
on Thtjbsday at 2 o'clock p. si. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend.
WRIGHT On Monday, June 17, 1889, at 3:30
p. jr., at the residence of her mother, near
Beech Cliff, Allegheny county. Pa., Mbs.
Sarah A. Wbight.
The remains will arrive this aftebnoon at
2:30 on the arrival of the Panhandle train at
Union depot. Interment private.
ZINN On Tuesday evening, June 18. 1889, at
6 o'clock, Mary, infant daughter of D. E. and
Mary Zinn, aged 7 months.
Funeral from the residence of .Mr. L. Ycagle,
Perrysville avenue. Tenth ward, Thtjbsday
aftebnoon at 2:30 o'clock. Friends of the
family respectfully invited to attend. 2
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Playing Cards, gilt edge, 21c a pack.
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A Large Variety of Games
AT POPULAR PRICES.
Checkers at 10c, 15c, 25o and 35c a set.
Bominos at 5c, 15c, 20c, 40o, 50c, 60o and
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Chess at 50c, G8c, $1 25 a set.
Chips at 40c and 50c a hundred.
Parcheesi at $1 and $1 75 a set.
Messenger Boy at 08c.
Baseball at 98c.
Fish Pond at 21c, 42c and 85c.
Lotto at 39c, 50c, 75c, 85c, $1 and 52 each.
Faba Baga, entirely new, 98c.
Cribbage Boards at 19c to 51 each.
Capture or Ring Toss at 23c.
Lawn Tennis, $3 50 to $30 a set.
Croquet Sets, all prices.
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China head doll, 11 Inches lone, only 5c
War doll with hair. 16 inches long, only 10c
Nickel clocks only 75c
Nickel alarm clocks only 95c
Umbrellas, 28-jncb, only 60c
Waterproof umbrellas, 28 and SO-lnch, only
Decorated front wall pockets only Jl 00.
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Children's high chair, cane seat with table,
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Children's carpet seat rockers only 81 00.
Beautiful fans, worth 25c, only 10c
Sheffield sliver plated knives only 10c
Silver plated table spoons and forks only 10c.
5-bottIe silver plated castors onlyjl 00.
5-bottle .engraved silver plated castor only
Sliver plated butter dish only 81 00.
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Full set croquet, varnished, in box, only 75c
These sets aro the lowest ever offered to the
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A few baby carriages to close out, at prices
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Boys' l.wheel wagons, 39c to S2 50.
Girls' iron tricycles, upholstered in plush,
Hoys' Iron velocipedes, $3 25 to SG 00.
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See our complete English outfits, including
cap, blazer, belt, shirt and pants, only S10.
50c. STRAW HATS. 50e.
Straw Hats for gentlemen and ladles, boys
and misses in the sailor, yacht and all new
shapes and brands from 50c.
$1 HAMMOCKS. Jl.
As usual, we are the first in the field with the
best Hammocks at the lowest prices. Try onr
American woven "Perfection" Hammock; best
in the world: length 11 feet, width 3 feet: will
not pull off buttons like the old style Mexican
Hammock; only $L Wo have big family and
picnic Hammocks also.
441 WOOD STREET.
Five Doors below Fifth avenue. jell-arwr
Talking at Ran
dom. Consider statements about
prices calmly. One man may
mean a great deal with plain
words about them. Another
may mean very little with ex-travagant,high-sounding
The real question if it be
clothing is not whether it is
marvelously told about, but
whether it is substantial and
worth the price.
We don't aspire to write
glowing advertisements, but
to make you acquainted with
our make of clothing. The
cloth, workmanship, style and
low price will talkto the point.
Save monev! save monev!
See our prices for broken lots.
A full choice in Thin Goods.
Prices to please.
To-order tailoring well
done; 1,000 styles of goods.
Sixth street and Fenn avenue.
Kilt Suits, sizes from 2 to 6 years,
have been reduced to most con
vincing prices. We are aware of
the fact that it requires extraor
dinary bargains to induce you to
$4 50 Kilt Suits now-... $3 25
5 00 Kilt Suits now.... 400
7 50 Kilt Suits now---. 5 00
8 00 Kilt Suits now-... 6 00
9 50 Kilt Suitsnow 800
10 50 Kilt Suits now---. 8 50
The styles are all new many
of them exclusive, but we have too
many for this late in the season.
Parents should by no means fail to
We would also call attention to
our complete line of Suits for Men
and Boys; also our Straw and Felt-
Hats in stylish colors and shapes,
STRASSBURGER & JOSEPH,
Tailors, Clothiers and Hatters,
161, 163 Federal St,L Allegheny.
NOW GOING ON,
ANCHOR REMEDY COMP'NY,
329 LIBERTY STREET.
J. Bw Golden, 5102 BatlcT street;
city, says: "I was able to throw
.away my crutches after nsinr one-
'half a bottle of tha Anchor Khen.
matic Remedy. I consider my cure
marrelotis and heartily indorse
the remedy." Price 60c
We wonid be clad to hare Ton
cive the Anchor Sarsaparilla a. trial. 'Tls the
ideal blood purifier, and is especially adapted
enriching the blood and invigorating the sys
tem. Onr Beef. Wine and Iron Is also meeting the
wants of the public 'Tis the best tonic in the
market, and we confidently recommend it at
such. Oar price of each 75 cents; six bottles i.
Apollinaris. Bedford, Pftland, Salu
taris. Strontia, Saratoga, SDrndel,
Clysmic Bethesaa, Vichy, Buffalo,
OEO.-K. STEVENSON & CO-
SIXTH AVENUE. jal2-69-jrwy J
Successors to Morris EDaMier,
SIXTH ST. AND PENN AVENUE.
LADIES, BEFORE GOINO TO THE 8EA
SHORE call and see my new na.tural.cnrJ
skeleton Dangs: something delightful, cool and
stylish; also full line of new eoods; electria
combs, hairpins, curling irons, etc JIAKIB
ljArt ueiKa, iiugus s iiacke Daudlng.upstairs.
Take Sperbert elerator.
O. D. LEVIS. SoUcttor of Patents.
131 Fifth avenne.above Hmithfleld, next Leader
office (No delay.) Established 20 years.
Our stock of these goods Is large,
VERY LARGE, comprising ordinary,
medium and finest grades. In Order to
reduce same, we will offer them for a
FEW DAYS ONLY, at speclaUy cut
Nine-piece Decorated Chamber Sets at S2 20.
Twelve-piece Decorated Chamber Sets, with
Jar, at $5 75.
Our So 75 Set is a regular seller at $7 CO, and
is excellent value.
THE J. P. SMITH
Lamp, Glass & China CoM
935 Penn Avenue.
Bet.. Ninth and Tenth Streets.
P. S. Our reputation as being headquar
ters for Wedding Gifts is admitted by all. We
are maintaining the standard. jeld-wrsa
fc KelloiE's Frencli Tailor Systei
of -dress cutting. The only system in America
that cuts the Worth bias dart. It consists
of a tailor's wooden square, wooden dart ac-i
sleeve rule and scales, the same as best merch
ant tailors use, and a 40-page instruction book.
System and thorough instruction In cutting
and bastine. J10. Call for circulars or address
41. A. DAVIS, 6U Penn ave. inyM-wrsa
When Making Your Purchases, and by Doing So
You Will Save Money.
This can onlr be done bjr purchasing of a good, reliable firm, and we have that
reputation. Having it, we are bound to keep it. Our prices are the lowest and all
our goods are recommended. So it will pay you well to deal with us.
NOW IS YOUR TIME TO BUY,
As there is but very little time now left before the busy season starts. Come noir
and make your selections.- By paying a small amount down, you know that we will
pack the goods and store them for you without it costing you a cent. Besides that
you now have the choice of all the newest and best patterns and designs in the
house, and it is full of them. Hurry, now, and get the attention paid you thatcan
not be given when we have become busy. ,
Lovely New Parlor Suits.
Elegant New Bedroom Suits.
Neiu Carpets. New Rugs.
New Druggets. New Goods.
Everything new, from the highest to the lowest, and don't forget that anythla
in our house can be bought either for .
CASH OR VERY EASY PAYMENTS.-
HOPPER BROS. & CO,
307 WOOD STREET, BET. THIRD AND FOURTH AVE&
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE "MWHIGH ARM" DAVIS SEWING MACHM
Open Saturdays "Until lO o'clock.
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTH AVENUE
Is here. You will need curtains renovated and
carpets cleaned. There Is but one place where
you can get them done In the best manner pos
sible, and that Is at
ALLEGHENY 8TEAJI LAUNDRY.
Offices In Pittsburg, 413 Smithfield street, 1913
Carson street, and 100 Federal street, Alleghe-
y. works, 333-sea .Beaver avenue, Allegheny
I Telephone 1281 mh2G-UWT
165, 167 and 169 FEDERAL STREET, AliEG-HENY, PA.
Special Bargains all through the various departments for balance of the week.
Note the following:
One case Ohallis, new and beautiful styles, 5c a yard, worth 10c. Bargains all through the Wash
Goods stocks. ,
50 pieces colored all-wool Cashmeres, 25c a yard, worth 50c. Like bargains all through the Wool
Dress Goods stocks.
Fancy colored Tablings, fast colors, 18c a yard, worth 50c. Special prices on cream and bleached
Table Damasks and Napkins.
Men's Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers 33c, regular 50c goods. All the other grades in proportion.
Ladies' solid colors, fancy and fast black Hose, 10c a pair, worth 25c.
60c Black Jerseys now 37Kc Satine Suits $3, worth $5. Equally good bargains all through thQ,
$1 25 Body Brussels Carpets now 75c a yard. Other makes equally low.
$1 25 Lace Curtains now 75c a pair. Higher grades in proportion. ;
Special bargains all through the Millinery Department.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPLY ATTENDED TO.