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TBS PITTSBURG PISPATOHi WEDNESDAY, OYEMBEB1 13, i889.
".iCallen, Maneese and Doughty Before
Judse White for Conspiracy.
FOEMEE EVIDENCE SUBMITTED.
the Nisbett divorce cs.se, but again nothing was
done. An .adjournment was taken, but it Is
believed that nothine further will be heard,
and that the commissioner will be empowered
to make his report next week.
CLOSED ITS SESSION.
The F. SI. Bank Has $S5,3Q0.S7 for Dis
tribution Among Creditors.
THE SUPEEJIE COUET'S SESSION ENDS.
Aldermen "W. 1L Manecse, D. K. Callen
and D. Doughty were placed on trial before
Judge "White yesterday on charges of con
spiracy in connection with their dealings
with the Bander gang. Bauder himself,
with his detectives Doyle, Doughertv,
2agle and McCall were "jointly indicted
with the aldermen and were present in
court. The defense were represented by an
array of lejral talent includine Thomas
Marshall, Sr., "W. D. Moore, William Bear
don, T. J. Keenan, L. T. Stone, P. S. Par
ker, R. A. Sill and W. J. Vrennan. Dis
trict Attorney Porter was present lor the
Commonwealth and Clarence Burleigh rep
resented the Department of Public Safety.
It was about 2 o'clock when a jury was se
cured, ana Mr. Reardon at once asked the
Court il the Bauder gang COuld be tried on
the indictment, as they had already been
convicted for conspiracy on much the same
evidence as culd be shown here. The Court
overruled Mr. Reardon, stating that the evi
dence might be in a large measure entirely
different from that heard at the former trial,
and the presumption that it was tbe same
could not be allowed. Mr. Burleijh opened the
case by addressing tbe jury on the points of
conspiracy, clearly deflninR it as outlined in his
speech on tbe same subject when the Bauder
Kane were tried. He announced his intention
to sliow by substantial evidence the proof be-
yond a reasonable doubt of the conspiracy
chanrcd in the indictment acainst the
Aldermen and the Bauder Detecuve Agency
which did their part of the work. He then
called E. J. Donnelly.
Mr. Burleigh You are a member of the bar,
Mr. Donnelly Yes, sir.
Mr. Burleijrh And a stenographer?
Mr. Donnelly Yes. sir.
Mr. Burleigh You reported the case tried
here some w eeks ago, in tbe case against the
Jlr. Donnelly Yes, sir. some ot it.
Mr. Burleigh You took the testimony of
Aldermen AIancee, Callen and Doughty?
Mr. Donnelly Yes. sir.
At this point Mr. Reardon objected and
asked what it was intended to show. Mr. Bur
leigh replied that be intended to show by the
evidence ot the delenaauts themselves their
complicity with the Bander gang and thereby
prove conspiracy. Judge White said he might
show this evidence, and it would be allowed in
so far as it affected the defendants.
Mr. Reardon then asked if the shorthand
notes were to be taken in evidence, and Mr.
Burleigh said it had been reduced to writing.
The writing was then asked for. and after some
little delay was produced, when all the attor
neys for the defense looked it over. They
asked Mr. Donnelly how he knew it was the
same and he said he bad compared it with his
notes. Judge White then read it and ruled the
testimony relevant and not objectionable Mr.
Burleigh then offered it in evidence and read it
to the jury. It was ery voluminons and after
reading for half an hour his throat gave out
and Mr. Porter relieved him. He had not fin
ished when court adjourned until this morning
It was practically tue testimony published at
the time of the previous trial.
HONEY LEFT FOE DIVISION.
The F. fc AT. Bank Can Pay 20 2.3 Fcr
Cent of tbe Claims Against It A Bal
ance of SS5.300 S7 far Distribution.
W. H. McClung. Esq., yesterday filed his re
port as auditor of the accounts of J. H. Sorg,
H. J. Berg, Jr., andL. S. Cunningham, assignees
of the Fanners' and Mechanics' Bank, of East
Birmingham, and reported a schedule for the
distribution of the funds on band. He began
his audit on Monday, September 6. and con
cluded it on Saturday, October 5. Prior to the
meeting a careful and exhaustive examination
of the books of the bank was made byH. J.
Rttrn. Ir nn.l Knhtttnla nmntnul chnn.
the names of tbe depositors and creditors and
the amounts due them. This was sworn
to by the cashier, and was of great assist
ance to the auditor in his work. The
auditor reported as preferred creditors
George A. Sexauer J233 22 for repairs
to tbe bank building, and a number of si all
depositors whose deposits aggregated 85!b 27
and were made on October 12, lbSS. the last day
the bank was open for business. On that day
the directors discovered that there was a dis
crepancy m the accounts of J200,00CL They at
first believed that this was only the mistake of
tbe accountants, and thought the bank still
solvent. But to be sure, all deposits received
after noon that day ere placed in an envelope
and marked with the name of the depositor.
This money was aitcrward turned into the gen
eral fund, but the auditor holds that from the
facts, the deposit was never fully accepted
and those depositors are entitled to preference.
The assignment of the bank was made on Oc
The auditor further reported a difficulty in
computing the interest on a number of ac
counts, as the depositors did not appear nor
send in their pass books, and there was noth
ing to show the interest-bearing quality of the
He states that there are 9S9 claimants against
the bank. Of these over 500 appeared before
tbe auditor in person or by attorney. The en
tire indebtedness of the bank is $320,719 76. Of
this J851 19 represents preferred claims and the
balance general indebtedness, entitled to a pro
rata distribution. The fund for distribution is
$$6,686 SL Deducting the preferred claims,
leaves a balance of SSa,3C0 87, a sum sufficient
for a dividend of 20J$ per cent upon the fclaims
constituting the general indebtedness of the
bank. The auditor furnished a list in detail of
tbe various claims against the bank. They
ranged in amount from 510 to nearly 14,000. The
report now awaits tbe taking of an appeal and
if none is made within 20 days, the money will
The Snpremo Court Winds Up Its Present
Term Several Decisions of General
After a session lasting nearly five weeks the
Pennsylvania Supreme Bench closed its sitting
yesterday in this city by handing down four
decisions and ordering a re-argument.
In the case of Samuel G. De Turk against the
Commonwealth, error from Common Pleas,
Schuylkill county, Justice McCollum handed
down the decision. De Turk was postmaster
of De Turksville, and on November 8, 16S7, was
elected County Commissioner of Schuylkill
countv, serving in both capacities. On October
2t 1SSS, at the suggestion of the District At
torney, a quo warranto was issued on De Turk
to show cause why be should not be removed
from the offico of the County Commissioner.
An act of Congress prohibited any person from
holding a position of trut under the Govern
ment and at the same time a salaried office
under the State. De Turk resigned the post
mastership on November 13, 1ES8, but on Jan
uary 11, 1SS9, a judgment of ousterwas entered,
thus dispossessing him of the County Commis
sionership. De Turk appealed, and Justice
McCollum decided the case in his favor. The
opinion held that the act of Congress could be
enforced without legislative aid. The lower
court was therefore reverted.
Justice Clark banded down an opinion in the
case of John Willis' appeal from Common
Pleas of Washington county, in his suit
against the Manufacturers' Natural Gas Com
pany. The suit was on a covevant contained
in the lease of gas and oil rights to the gas
company, Willis claimed a forfeit of 1,000
per year under the contract for the company's
not boring wells within the specified time.
The company resisted the claim on the grounds
of another clause in tho lease which said that
if they did not comply with the terms the
agreement was to be null and void. This
would therefore annul forfeits and everything
else, they taid, as they had not complied with
the terms. Justice.Clark, in his opinion, said
that this cHuse was inserted solely for tho
lessor's benefit, and it was optional with him to
maintain it or annul it, as suited him. The
lower court was reversed and the record re
mitted for the entering of judgment against
tbe gas coinnany.
In the case of Alfred Palmer and 'William
H. Force, Jr., and wife against H. Farrell and
wife, an action in ejectment, appealed on an
error to Common Pleas No. 3, of Philadelphia,
tbe judgment of a nonsuit was reversed, and a
In the case of Henry Hessel against M. T.
Johnston, an action in a lease, appealed on an
error to Common Pleas No. 4, of Philadelphia,
judgment was reversed, and a new trial or
dered. Re-argnments were ordered in the cases re
garding Kuan street and Washington avenue.
the whole of the street act of 887. The cases
where ordered to be placed at the head of the
Argumentnas made in the appeal of Edward
Bindlev from the decree of Common Pleas No.
2 of Allegheny county. Bindley had a claim
against the Pittsburg Savings Bank which was
disallowed by a master and adopted bv the
lower court, tbe amount involved being $1,000.
An argument was also heard in the case of
George W. Guthrie, trustee, in re J. T. Stock
dale, trustee for Michael ilaginn. on appeal
from Common Pleas No. 2, Allegheny county.
The case is the acceptance of the report of an
anditor distributing tho fund of the Pittsburg
Savings Bank. Tbe bill prajs for a dissolution
of the incorporated joint stock company
known as the Pittsburg Savings Bank, the ap
pointment of a receiver, and an account be
tween shareholders. Nearly analogous is the
appeal of George W. Guthrie from Common
Pleas No. 2 of Allegheny countv, also argued.
The appeal is against the distribution among
some of the creditors of the money belonging
to the bank. The fund in dispute is $11,295 30,
raided by a sale of a portion of the real estate
of the bank held at the time of suspension.
TBUSTING OSLT ONE WOMAN.
President Harrison Think HI Tjpowrtter
(fan Keep a Secret.
"Washington, November 12. The first
annual message to Congress of President
Harrison -will be pat on paper by a female
typewriter, Nr. Harrison is said to be a
very suspicious man in politics, and he
probably is in business also, for he Is afraid
to let his message take the usual course.
The manuscript will be written entirely In
his ow band, and as many copies as the
author may desire will be prepared by Miss
Sanger, the typewriter of tbe Executive
Mansion. The determination of the Presi
dent to adopt this course will make it im
possible lor anyone to eet a eopv of the im
portant document until it is delivered to the
two houses of Congress.
It has been the invariable custom of Pres
ident Harrison's predecessors to have tbe
message printed at the Government Print
ing Office, and copies sent out to the news
papers of the country under restrictions that
it shall not be used until presented to Con
gress. The fact that on .one or two occa
sions some compositor or other employe, who
was sworn to secrecy, leaked and made it
possible for the message, or parts of it, to
become known in advance, has caused Mr.
Harrison to adopt extra precautions with
his document. No one will get a peep at it
until the morning of the 2d of December, if
be can help it, and he thinks he can.
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A SHORT SESSION.
Argument in Riddle, Dean & Co.'s
Case Acalust a Railroad.
The November session of the United States
Circuit Court concluded yesterday, after two
days' work. Not one case was tried or a
jury called, though there were about SO cases
on tbe list All of them were disposed
of. by postponements, continuances, etc The
case of George P. Whittaker & Co. against W.
u. wooaxi0., to recover ior some iron tnr
nisbed was withdrawn, the case having been
An argument was heard in the case of Riddle,
Dean fc Co. against the New York, Lake Erie
and Western Railroad Company operating the
.iieiY xuib, ir euiisjitauia aim uuio rauiroau.
The suit was for damages, the plaintiffs claim
ing that the railroad company bad refused
to furnish them cars for coal ship
ments. They filed a complaint with
the Inter-State Commerce Commission,
but they decided that they had no power to as
sess damages, and the suit was brought. The
railroad company asserts that the plaintiffs
cannot maintain their; suit, as the;fnter-State
Commerce Commission have power in the
question, and tbe plaintiffs, having chosen it
for their tribunal, could not continue in the
Illnrrlago Weenies Granted Yesterday.
V JohuT. Clarey.. .....Allegheny
X Mary E. Martin Allegheny
( Thomas McKibbln , PittEburg
X KUen Connolly Pittsburg
(Thomas Walsh Pittsburg
' J Alary Fleming Pittsbnra
( Oustav Tessmcr Allegheny
(Barbara Prelas Allegheny
( William It. Powell.. Braddock township
( Rannab A. Nelson .....Braddock township
(John M. Krause Pittsburg
( Anna M. Koenlg Pittsburg
j David Thomas , ....Apollo
J Alvlna Glawlnskf Etna borough
5 William B. Wallls , PntsbnrK
I Killie 1!. Dodson.. Bterritt township
( TLeofleld Schneider Allegheny
(Mary Wittmer ..,...., Allegheny
(Frank J. Closs , Pittsburg
.Elizabeth btrctzmycr Pittsburg
(Jesse W. Williams Knoxvllle
j Amelia Heichenboch Pittsburg
(John J. Foreter Pittsburg
Haggle Miller Pittsburg
(John Bradley l'lttsburg
Mary Plain Pittsburg
I Harry B. Ingham ....Allegheny
Lizzie M. West Allegheny
(Clark A. Couls Turtle Creek
Minnie L. Byers Turtle Creek
J WlUiam J. Black Allegheny
(Blanche M. Perkins ... Allegheny
( F. S. Stolder Allegheny
( Ella f lynn... Allegheny
(John E. Anchors Pittsburg
(.Nora McLaln..., Pittsburg
( Samuel Jones Turtle Creek
Annie Barper Turtle Creek
t2l ! mnA
t-'SKj JirNr r inn " " ti
Draped on Order.
Special Colors on Order.
m LIBERTY ST. '
FORSTER MILLER On Tuesday evening,
November 12, 1889, by Rev. D. 8. Littell, Mr.
John J. Kokster ana Miss Maggie Mlllkb,
both of Pittsburg, Pa.
Deeds for 150 Lots.
The deeds for 150 lots In Wilmerding, North
Versailles township, were filed in tbe Record
er's office yesterday. Tbe deeds are made out
by the East Pittsburg Improvement Company
to the Westinghouse Air Brake Company, at
prices per lot ranging from $500 to 51,000.
What Lawyers Have Dane.
The jury is out in the case of Alex Gleeman
and Charles Klein, who were tried for burglary
for breaking into the house of Pauline Van
PERMISSION TO SELL.
Old Criminal Court and TJnlverattT
Buildinea May be Disposed of.
The application of the County Commissioners
to the Quarter Sessions Court for permission
to sell the old Criminal Court ana University
buildings on Diamond alley was granted yester
day. Under the act of May li, 1S7I, this per
mission to sell county builuingsnot needed,
from the Quarter Sessions Court is required.
The provisions of this act were not unearthed
until alter the veto of Governor Beaver to the
bill authorizing the sale of the two buildings in
question. When it was discovered that" the
property could be sold, the formal
application was made to the Conrt by County
Solicitor Geyer for the County Commissionrs
The buildings are now at the disposal of the
County Commissioners. They have as yet not
decided whether to sell one or both of the
buildings. In all probabilities the old Criminal
Court building will be put up for sale, but
the University building is still In dispute. The
sale of It has been advocated, but the matter
of leasing it for a long term of years at a rent
that would equal the interest that would be
payable on an amount of money equal to the
value of the building, if borrowed by the
county, is also under consideration. By this
plan, it the county needed more room at the
end or the period for which the building
would be leased, tbey would baveit convenient.
At any rate, the property would not decrease
HE WOULDN'T BUr THE LOTS
And air. Carroll Brought a Bill in Equity to
-Force Sir. Ilerron.
A bill In equity was filed yesterday by Martha
J. Carroll against John W. Herron. It is alleged
by the plaintiff that an agreement was entered
Into between her and the defendant, he to pur
chase from her a lot on Third avenue, near
Cherry alley, four lots on fa yette street, Alle
gheny, and a two-tbirds interest in a piece of
property on Bedford avenue, for $25,000. She
states that he afterward relused to purchase
the property and she wants a decree of court to
compel him to do so.
Herron filed bis answer to the suit, admitting
the agreement, but claimingas a reason for not
f ulnlling it that tbe plaintiff did not possess a
title in tee simpio w wo jjiupcty.
PHIUP Seibekt was tried for barratry on
oath of Adam Mattman. Mattman alleged
that Beibert entered a number of trifling suits
against him for misdemeanors for the purpose
of vexing him. The jury is ont.
Israel Beatty was sentenced by Judge
Magee yesterday to six months in tho work
house, to pay $40 to the prosecutrix for ex
penses, $100 additional and $1 SO a week for the
support ot his child for five years, and gi-e
bond in the sum of S500 to secure payment.
IN the Criminal Court yesterday, Alberta
Wilson, the Allegheny girl who was indicted
for infanticide for killing her child, entered a
plea of guilty to the court of concealing tho
Udeath of an illegitimate child. The plea was
received by tbe court and she will be disposed
of on Friday.
Major Jakes R McLatjqiilin yesterday
entered suit acainst tbe Pennsjlvanla Railroad
Company for $50,000 damages. This is another
suit growing ont of the wreck at Sarver's sta
tion on the West Pcnn Railroad, on Aueust 16.
in which several were killed and about 30 per
sons injured. r
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BARKLEY On Monday evening, November
IL 1889, at 5 o'clock. Thomas Baekley, in
the GOth year of his age.
Funeral from his late residence, corner of
Alfred and Meadow streets, Wilkinsburg, on
Wednesday afternoon, November 13, at 3
o'clock. Friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend. 2
CASE Suddenly, on Tuesday morning. JX v.
vemberU2, 1SS9. Lizzie H., wife ot J. A. I as .
in her 65th year.
Funeral services at tbe residence of her bus
band. No. 6of Fifth avenue, on Thursday
xornixg at 10 o'clock. Interment at Ver
sailles Cemetery, McKeesport 2
KANE On Tuesday, November 12, 1889, at 3
o'clock f. u., William, son of Jennie and
William J. ivanc, Jr., aged 3 years and 23 days.
Funeral from tbe residence of bis parents,
cornerof Ferry street and Webster avenue, on
Thursday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Friends
of the family are invited to attend. a
KELSO On Tuesday moraine. November 12.
at 4 o'clock, Julia, wife of Henry Kelso, aged
Funeral services at Calvary Church this
(Wednesday) morning at 9.30 o'clock. Inter
MCDOWELL Suddenly at McKeesport,
Monday, November II, 1SS9, ato'30p.M., Mary.
wife ot Davia McDowell, in the 20th year of her
Funeral from St. Joseph's Chnrch, Sharps
burg, Pa., Wednesday, November 13, at 330.
Friends of the family are respectfully Invited
O'BRIEN On Monday, November II, at
11:15 P. m., George F., son of Thomas and
Ellen O'Brien (grandson of tbe late John
Munball), aged 1 year, 11 montns and 1 day.
Funeral from residence of parents, Barton
street, Braddock, on Wednesday, November
13, at 2 p.m. Friends of the family are re
spectfully invited to attend.
OWENS-November 12, 1SS9. at 420 A. jr., at
the residence of her son-in-law, 40 Ohio street,
Allegheny, Mrs. Barau Owens, beloved wife
of tbe late W. B. Owens, aged 81 years and 5
Interment at Danville, Iowa.
BHOENBERGER On Tuesday, November
12, 1889, at his residence, in New York City,
John H. Shoenberger, in bis 80th year.
Fqneral services at St. Thomas Chnrch. New
York.City, on Thursday, November 14, 1889,
at 4 P. at. Interment private, on arrival of
train at Union station, Pittsburg, on Friday,
November 15, 18S9, at 12:45 p. m. 3
SHORT On Monday, November IL 1SS9, at
Funeral service from tbe residence of his
father, No. 13 Fayette Street, Allegheny City,
Wednesday, November 13, at 2 p. jr. Friends
of the family are respectfully invited to at
tend. SWEENEY On Monday, November 11, 18S9
Bettie c. Lejimon, wife of Hugh H. Sweeney
in tbe 46th year of ber age.
Funeral on Thursday, November 14, at 2 p.
it, from her late residence, 2008 Cannon street,
WARD On Monday. November 11, 18S9, at
10 p. il, Sarah, wife of Johnston Ward, aged
Funeral from the residence of her husband,
3103 Millwood avenue, on Wednesday, No
vember 13, at 2 P. if. Friends of the family are
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goods are made; say whether
they are all hair or hair and
moss (which is the poorest we
use), moss on the steel springs
underneath and hair on top.
The frames are substantial,
made to stay, put together
with blocks and screws, and
superior workmanship. The
outside you look at and feel
of; THE INSIDE WE
If you wish, we'll tell you
exactly the number of yards
required for coyerinp- an'd
you may pick it to your mind
from the wide range of beau-
tuui laoncs m our UpnoJ
A!I,Wck)I White Blankets
SLEDS GIVEN AWAY
TO AH, PURCHASKES OF
BOYS' KILT SUITS.
BOYS' PANTS SUITS.,
We are dropping this department in or
der to make room tot Ladies and! JUases'!
We bare marked prices to the very lowest,
notch, and now oner.this additional u.idace
ment Fleishman &.Co.f
504-506-508 MARKET ST.,
To-dnj' Trial LUi.
Common Pleat No. 2. Stiller ts Stilley, Mc
CurdyvCity of Allegheny, Batten ts Tylor.
extr.; Miller et al Tt Hirers, Hamell vg Su
preme Council ot Eoyal Arcanum, llangent ts
Criminal Court Commonwealth ts Wra. M.
Mamese et al, Mary Sheehan, Alice Crum
fcacher, Thomas Short, Andy Slbol, Jr.. et al;
Georce Stantosky, Frank Gelbert. Henry Ocb
enhlst, Ludwig Host, Conrad Messeth. Daniel
.Knight, Mary Lansberfer et al, NickBem
inger, Jeff Pittmaa .et al (2). Michael Burke,
Bnppoaed to be Closed.
. There ni another meeting in Commissioner
AConMllus' office yesterday to hear testimony in
Instantaneous, n ,.-,-, I-
150 Cups Mlv'u
for $1.00. COCOA.
u. o.iifcrv,a mercer dl, is. x.
i"or sale wholesale and retail hv
. 103 Federal Street,
no6-6a-ra Allegheny, Pa,
(THE CREAT ENCLISH REMEDY.)
CuxqBIL IOtTS and
socts. a Box
For Most Exquisite Flowers,
GRAND DECORATIVE PLANTS, TREES
JOHN K &A. MUHDOCH,
508 Smithfield Street
Telephone 239. se24-atTF
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS AND SMILAX
A. M. & J. B. MUBDOCH,
Ci A 8MITHF1J5LD ST.
The Finest MEAT-FiAvoEmcj Stock
Extract of Meat:
USE IT FOE SOUPS,
Beef Tea, Sauces and Made Dishes.
Genuine only with facsimile of
Justus yon Liebig's
SIGNATUKE IN BLUE INK
Sold by storekeepers, croeers and drueaists.
LIEBIG'S EXTRACT OF MEAT Co" Llm.
33 FIFTH AVENUE.
-pEPRESENTJED IN PITTSBURG IN ISO.
Assets . 39m,fl9S33.
Insurance Co, of North America,
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. 8 Fourth araatie. ia20-s2-D
PHOTOGRAPHER, IS BECTH STREET.
A fine; large crayon portr.Ut n see them
before ordering elsewhere. Cabinets, ti and
ANCHOR REMEDY COMP'NY,
say. Beef,' wine
wine Iron and
and Iron. Beef. V
COCOa. Cod Liver Oil. Raranrl11a
ver Pills. Liniment, and extra. Ian trnrtii.
enini; plasters. Wo bare thousands of testi
monials from people who hare used the
and -all eommftnd them aa bpfntr ). f.. Mn-
arations in the market. We Ruarantee catu-
HAVE RECEIVED THE
JOS. HOME & CO.
BOSTON NOVELTY STORE,
406 and 408 Wood Street.
A BTJSY WEEK.
WE'VE HAD IT. BUYERS PLENTY.
Sales large. Oar special bargains popular:
Show wjndows attractive. Ererybody happy.
The coming week will be better still,
LOOK AT THESE FOR SAMPLES:
100 music boxes only 89c.
60 music bos, plays two tunes, only JL
music Dozes, wina up, objjh ax
Kid body dolls, bisque head, flowing hair,
Jointed dolls dressed with hat, bisque head,
showing teeth. 15 inches long, only SSo.
Kid body doll, bisque head, flowing hair 35
Inches long, worth SI 23, only 50c
Jointed doll, dressed with hat, shoes and
stockings, showing teeth, 18 inches long, 6Gc
Patent bead doll, with hair, SS Inches long,
China limb dolls, 13 inches long, only 5c.
Rubber dolls, knit dresses, 10q, 15c, 25c, COc.
Worsted knit dolls 10c, 19c, 25c, 60c
Coral Tases worth 23c only 10c.
Beautiful decorated vases worth 25q only 6c.
Vases, imitation Royal Worcester styles., all
eizei, 41c, Me, JL 1 25 to ?2 50. -
Rose jars 15c, 00, tl and iX 25.
Toilet set In plash box (i piece) only 75c.'
Silk plush albums, only 69c,
opiasa mats oniy oc.
66-plece decorated tea set only fl 89.
10-plece decorated toilet set only ?1 75.
Soils' carriages 38c
Gins' toy tea sets 10c, Mo, 88c, 60c, IL
ioj irunasovc, -ic, i. ti to.
Children's chairs 25c, S9c, 60c
Magic lanterns 25c, Site. 50c to 13.
Nine pins 5c, 10c, lac, 25c, 60c, IL
Engraved glass decantera only 10c
Glass sugar sifters only 10c . .
Everything you need in botuekeesiar coeds
at one-half tbe prices sold elsswhere,
lM'JWtute Cottoa find Cottoa and Wool
AndElegantEine All-Wool3Janiele npio
$25 tk PAffi.
A Blanket 'Departaieat here that is con-
.uctedion.ftnci anJ.extensiT.e .scale and buai-
ocss like methods that hundreds of custo
mers patronize it daily, and the goods must
possess merit and the prices must be sufficiently-Ies3
to pay people to come, or ;they
wo.nld not do.so.' .Please pole that we do not
advertise,toJl,Blanketsat 54 worth ST. or
California Blankets .at 49 worthlll, or
nny-jsuch nonsense. We don't believe ,we
jCan jretayi eustom.ers jjonfidence by any
inch, disappointing atateaeHtsrand we will
not make them eilher..Qver our signature nor
permit th.em ,Jo .he made at our counters.
-'Too. can -send your children and get
BiaaKeta here at the same moneysaYing
prices as though, you.came joHiseJn
.115, JU7, 119,121
.Federal'Stifii;, Mlegheny !
Raisins, 'Prunes, Nuts. Evapor-
- w New Orleans Sto- -
In Seal, Astrakhan. Persian La.
Xynz. Alaska Sable. Monkey, in tbe Jttmtl
French jattarcs, puff ehoolders, roll .otlfowf-a
tbe Joweat prices. See jaur "r-r'-r TtfffciyTJ
Capes, 15-ln. long, at tat Genatee HininyJ
s. H w. uenuine aoakey CoHms m W.
Genuine Seal london Dyi,
closc-fltting Jacket at J37 for a short Uc
AlsoSeal-Wxaps atjica The Ssest na4al
-. - j . - - - i m
.Aiassa seat ciacque.xagular lmsim,mAi-ml
0019 .agents ior uo oeieoraiea -xkm
Sacques, mahogany dye. warranteT8 ;
Genuine Seal Capes, 15-ia. Tm jrrff Hinrissiw .j
441 WMD STBEET,
if mist be mm,
OK OUB 60
H. G. HAYDEIM &, CO.
HE AMERICAN FIRE
Total Assets, January J, 1887. ,801,888 88
EDWARDS & J&ENNEY. Ag'tt,
weftavejHadejitl.fmrjHxwsement with this eiuliHiiimt
You will ip4tiV see &w 9e4a n prices must oean attrm
Hon to the jpnMic. They have ieen moving very rapiMy,
low prices .a omgtz. -joik we sun, nave&.Ukrge variety of 0
WEDDING ANNiyERSARY juW HOLIDAY GJFTS,
consisting in 'arfefjpumpg, Chandeliers, Hall Lights, Chtnmj
Glass and Quevnsumre, Dinner, Xe and Chamber Sets,
Fixtures, Bron&ee and docks, VmbreHa StandSj JRich
Glass, Brie-a13rae, -Onyx Tables and a profusion ofnatftd
and ornamental foods.
The J. PSmit& Lamp, Glass and China M
935 Pen Aw., WtWHiUhrti irilMtkm.
If. B,-We sHH'htM0 on htmdiiinrj mtiniuttmi
Xu ttKM tfltf. AUMUsf AsssS'lssV 4AI"AssU