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W THE JURY'S HMDS.
Awaiting a Verdict in thefrial of
George Strausser for
THE MURDER OF JOSEPH BRANDL.
Ening a National Tank to Recover a LJfe
THE SEWS OP TUB CODXTI COURTS
The jury is ont in the case of George
Etrausser, on trial lor the murder of Joseph
Brandl. The first witness called yesterday
was Joseph Stransser, brother of the pris
oner. He corroborated the testimony of
the other witnesses for the defense, and
said that he had heard his mother call:
"HelpI help! George, for God's sake, this
man is murdering us."
The t prisoner's sweetheart, Elvina
Brandl, testified that she saw the fight, and
heard Mrs. Stransser call for help, and when
Stransslr came up she heard Brandl say:
"Come on, d n you; I've been anxious to
lick you for many a day."
George Strausser, the defendant, was then
called. He said he had beard his mother
call for help and ran to her assistance; that
he had so knife nor any other weapon, and
when he came up to where they were Brandl
swore at him, and said he had wanted to
whip him for a loDg time, and struck him in
Killed in the Scuffle.
He struck hack and Brandl cau;Ut him
around the neck. They scuffled on the
boardwalk awhile and Brandl tripped over
a step and fell off the boardwalk, and in
falling the knife which Brandl had in his
left hand ran into his (Brandl's) side.
Many witnesses testified to the good
character of the defendant, and, the testi
mony being concluded, the counsel began
their addresses to the jury.
J. M. Friedman addressed the jury for
the defense, lie said that Strausser had
simply done his duty by his mother and
sister; that Brandl vat a dangerous char
acter ana might hare killed both women
had not Stransser protected them. He
claimed that Brandl had fallen on his own
knife and killed himself, and therefore the
defendant should go free.
District Attorney Burleigh dwelt at
length on the testimony of Drs. Rodman
and Thomas, who testified that Brandl had
many wounds on the head and body, and
although none but the stab in the abdomen
was fatal, it clearly proved Strausser had a
knife and hid used it with murderous in
tent. The Dead Man's Last Statement.
The dying statement of Brandl was dwelt
npou considerably. Brandl, knowing he
was going to die, had sent tor a priest, and
no man who believed in a God and a bere
aiter would make such a statement in the
lace of death.
Judge Kennedy's charge was the ordinary
one delivered to juries in murder cases, and
the case was given to the jury at 3 o'clock.
Five o'clock in the evening was the time
set bv the Judge to receive the verdict, but
a no agreement had been reached at that
hour, 8 o'clock was appointed.
Judge Kennedy reconvened court at 8
o'clock last night to receive the verdict if
one bad been agreed upon. The jury, how
ever, had not reached an agreement and
after waiting awhile court was adjourned
until 9:30 this morning.
was found not guilty and the proaeector
ordered to pay the costs.
EATEN UP BY MARGINS.
A Speculator on the Chicago Board of
Trade Wants His Money Back Salt to
Recover an Oil Lease Boyalty Supreme
Five cases were argued before the Su
preme Court yesterday. The appeal of
William F. Satkh against F. G. Hammerer
& Co., and the Bank of Montreal of the
city of Chicago was argued. It is an action
on a note for $6,600. In 1886 the plaintiff
employed F. G. Kammerer & Co. to bay
and sell for him on the Chicago Board
of Trade and deposited! with them ;?6, 000
to cover margins. At the same time
he assigned to them as security
for the (G.000 which was deposited in the
shape of a 60-day note, a mortgage on 623
acres of land valued at 6,600. The specu
lations proved fatal, and the plaintiff In
stead of realizing from them suffered loss
alter loss in the shape of credits on his note
until the whole amount was wiped ont He
filed a bill in the Greene county courts ask
ing that the note and assignment be set
aside, claiming that the Chicago firm
An argument was heard in the case of
Rubamah Welsh against the London Assur
ance Association from Venango county. It
is an action to recover fire insurance.
The appeal of George Kramer against It.
C Wilson a certiorari to the Court of Com
mon Fleas of Jefferson county was argund.
It is an action to recover tome 3,000
claimed to be unaccounted ior on the sale
An argument was heard in the cue of
the Jamestown and Franklin Railway
Company against A. G. Egbert and others.
It is action to recover 51,300 royalty on an
The appeal of J. Sweeney against
Stephen Barrett, Jr., of Venango county,
was argued. It is a suit for $1,000 damages.
The Fence Fell Down.
Miss Mngzie Johnston entered a suit for
$2,000 damages yesterday against Mrs. A.
A. Aldricb, owner of a house on Cliff street,
Allegheny, in which the plaintiff resides.
On May 13 Miss Johnston and her brother
were leaning against a lence along the brow
ot the cliffy surrounding the property, when
it gave way, throwing the plaintiff over the
hill a distance of 20 feet. She had one
aukle dislocated and was otherwise injured.
To-Day'g Trial Lists.
Criminal Court Commonwealth vs
Stephen Holman, Henry Bloolr, John Dip-
Iiell (2), Michael OanKS.Edward Humphreys,
Fosdpn Kraus, Patrick: oonan, John Suber,
Kdwnrd Saley, F. F. Sncatuen, Eugene
Schaler, John llowaid.
SUING FOB A POLICY
Held hy a Bank as Security for Several
A bill in equity was filed yesterday by
Mrs. Elizabeth M. Davis against the Ger
man National Bank, J. W. Friend, John M.
Morrow and George Davis, the hnsband of
the plaintiff She states that she is the
beneficial owner of an insurance policy is
sued on the life of her husband, George
Davis, for 510,000, payable on his death.
The policy was to be paid for in ten annual
premiums. Nine of these have been paid,
and the cash surrender value of the policy
now is ?4,516 95.
In November, 1891 the policv was as
signed to J. W. Friend, a director in the
defendant bank, for use of the bank, as col
lateral security for a loan of $4,000 on a note
given by Davis to J. M. Morrow and in
dorsed by Morrow to the bank. In July,
1892, Davis became insolvent and made an
assignment lor the benefit of his creditors.
He has now become ill and is in verv bad
healtn. Yesterday she made a tender of
$4,000 to the bank in payment for the note
and wanted the policy reassigned to her.
The bank refused to do this and claimed
the right to hold the policv as securitv for
two other notes, one for $1,000 and one for
$760, indorsed by Davis. Davis, it was as
serted, was insolvent and the bank knew it
when it took these two notes. She asserts
they have no right to hold the policy and
she asks for an injunction to restrain the
defendants Irom assigning, translerring or
selling the policv, and to require them on
the payment of $4,000 to transfer the policy
to her and deliver up the note.
The Hum of the Courts.
CniuraAL Court has disposed of 673 cases
so fur this term.
David Goodxax, seenred a verdict for
$11 so in his case against the Pittsburg Safe
mid lock Company.
Ax execution for $5,100 was issued yester
day by David Man, for usa of H.v S. Louch
lein, against Louis Marc.
The case of John II. Wiley against James
Jlaloy and wife, an action on an acoount,
resulted in a verdict of $16 63 for the plain
tiff. A VEBD1CT for $837 73 was rendered for the
plaintiff in the case of Daniel Illlty against
T. W. and Mary C Ilaus, an action on a
A verdict or $$675 for the plaintiff was
given yesterday In the case of Eose Papen
cordt against .W. M. Galbratth, adminis
trator of B. Papencordt, an action on a
Judge Poeter yesterday handed down a
decision dismissing the exceptions to the
report ol the viewers in the grading and
paving of Center avenue troni Soho street to
llUibland avenue, and confirming the report.
Jajies ilcCnTCHEOs, of West Dear town
ship, yesterday entered suit against Christ
Bumsarten for damazes for injury to Mc
Cutcneon's minor son caused hy the defend
ant's doe biting him on the arm. Five hun
dred dollars damages are asked.
Judge White yesterday Issued a bench
warrant for the arrest of Jacob Friedman, of
the firm of Jacob and Samuel Friedman,
dealers in notions, furnishing goods, etc.
The warrant was issued at the suit of J. W.
Overend, a creditor of the firm. A large
number of JuUcments have been confessed
oy me nrm una executions issueu.
GUT DE MAUPASSANT plagiarized from
his own novels in writing his short stories.
Bead of a literary curiosity In THE DIS
HEXT WSEJTS TEIALS.
Long List of Cases to Be Heard In the
The following is the Criminal Court trial
list for next week:
Monday Antonio Cliido, Daniel Balfour,
Eamuel Caplan, Frank Knaka, Wash Gibson,
Georje Plant, John Hedlicker, Jacob Duval,
Henry Jackson, D. D. Kelley, George Auer,
Patrick Haley, Maud Wilcox. Frankle Du
trille, William Johnson, Herman Brown,
John Conoboy, Patrick Conoboy, J. P. Enl
lestraw. John hmith, Annie Bruner (2), Ed
Donnelly. John Zicjiler, M. J. Foley, Daniel
Foley, Patrick O'Brien. I!nrr Reutz, Max'
Knorr(2) IIusli JlcLane (3), Hugh Parker,
James Elliott, Tiimna Klnslow, Anton
fctaler, William Valentino, Thomas Bren
nen. Bridget Brennen, John Patterson,Poter
Tuesday John Schnhort, W. T. Mlllhol
laml, Tim W. Gorman, Annie Hirschkon.
A HORNET'S NEST STIRRED UP.
Wedneadav GpnrcA ftofa iman,iin.khnrt
Adolph Blnzley (), Hneh Eichey, Samuel
Elchey, Thomas Mlotey, Joseph BooRor (2),
Wm. Smith, Wm. McGill, Patrick McCartuy,
Salter Randolph, Charles Rodgers (2).
"Pug" Sullivan, John Warflle. John Wilson,
Thomas Trnax, Hajwood Ray, Fred ilogei,
Gus A. Ztruth.
Thuibday Dnrid Hughes (murder), Delia
Marshall alius Delia Water. W. T. Brooks,
1 rank Irwin, Frank Blutt (31, Mary Ander
Bon, Harvev Jester.
Friday Barney Harrity, Thomas McDon
ald, William McCloskey, George McClofeey,
Mary B. Lea, George Llghlenheld, W. J.
Forsyth, John MoGovem, Adam Walker.
Daniel tfartfleld, Stephen Cunco, Isaac Mc
Closkey. IK THE CRIMINAL C0DET.
A Jury Out in the Case of Adam Itzel,
Charged With Perjury.
The jury is out in the case of Adam Itzel,
ot the firm ot Itzel & Co., charged with
perjury. He was accused in swearing
falsely to an appeal from the decision ot
Magistrate Gnpp in a civil suit brought
against his firm by the Walker Mills Quarry
Company to recover $49 22 on a check.
1L A. Dennis pleaded guilty to carrying
concealed weapons, and was sent to" the
workhouse for 60 days. John Spencer
pleaded guilty to assault and
battery on Nannie Jones, and was
sent to the workhonse for 30 days.
James Walls pleaded guilty to assault and
battery on Eobert Finks, of Mulberry
alley, and war sent to the workhouse for 30
days. Henry Bentz was sent to the work
house for eight months on a charge of lar
ceny.on oath of Superintendent Muth, of Al
legheny. frndal Sumbat, who was chanred
with assault and battery by Mike Hbteman, I
Baltimore's Mayor Springs a Sensation by
n PecnUar Appointment.
Baltimobz, Oct. 7. Special. Mayor
Latrobe has stirred up a hornet's nest by
the appointment of John B. McDonald, the
railroad contractor, as a oity director in the
Western Maryland Bailroad. McDonald
had until recently been hand and glove
with the Baltimore and Ohio, whose work
he has done ever since he came here with
Cornelius J. Eyan, of New York, to build
the Philadelphia extension. Lately he has
been constructing the Belt Line, which tun
nels the city, but owing to some misunder
standing there has been a falling out Now
McDonald has made an alliance with the
West Virginia Central people, who have
been using every effort to secure control of
the Western Maryland, and it was their in
fluence, together with that of the Pennsyl
vania Bailroad people, that induced the
Mayor to send ftls name to the Council.
Now. however, comes the charge that
with McDonald the opposition has secured
a majority of the directors, and that if Mc
Donald is confirmed be will succeed Gen
eral Hood as President of the Western
Maryland. Investigation shows that these
charges are true. Leading citizens make
ugly charges against some of the directors,
and the Mayor is charged with selling oat
A Street Car Strike In Nashville,
Nasitville, Oct 6. The conductors and
the mortormen of the Citizens' Street Bail
way struck this morning for 18 cents per
hour and a ten-hour day. They have been
getting 14 cents. A few cars are running.
W. E. Wade, a striker, is under arrest for
drawing a pistol on a volunteer motorman.
Special Underwear Sale To-Day.
It'll pay you, gentlemen, to buy your
winter supply of underwear at Kaufmanns
great special oareain sale to-aay. Bead
these matchless items:
Men's pure natural wool underwear,
recommended by physicians everywhere;
resuUr price, $1 SO; special price to-day,
Men's extra fine camel's hair underwear,
warranted pnre and free from injurious
dyes; regular price, $1 50: gpeclal price to
day, only (1.
Men's extra fine medicated scarlet under
wear, pnre and soft; regular price, 91 SO;
special price to-day, only $1.
Conradl Friedman's full fashioned heavy
weight German balbriggan underwear: reg
ular price, $2 CO; special price to-day, only
Dr. Warner's celebrated health underwear
(for which we have the sole agency): regular
price, $3: special price to-day, only ti.
Dr. Wrizlit's celebrated fleece-lined under
wear, never sold for less than $1; special
price to-day, only 75c t
Some great bargains also, In dres, driving
and working gloves. Kaotkikss',
Leading Gents' Furnishers.
Winter underwear for ladies.
Winter underwear for cent lemen.
Winter nnderwear for girls.
Winter underwear for boys.
Winter underwear for babies.
Best variety I Best qualities I
Lowest prices t
Fr.ETSBiM.ir & Co.,
604, 506 and 608 Market street.
LATE NEWS IN RIEF.
Rumored that President Pena, of Argen
The remains of Ernest Kenan were
Hot Springs, S. D.t reports a shock: of
earthquake Thursday evening.
An Oxford student committed suicido
because he failed at examination.
Five carloads of ore from the Seven
Stars Mine have been sold for $20,000.
The newgnano protocol between Chile
and Peru seems to be mutually satisfactory.
The cruiser Charleston struck bottom In
the San Diego harbor, but escaped unin
Ground has heen broken at Edlnbnrjr,
111., for the Chicago and St Louis Eloctrio
The Dead Horn mine In the Cripple Creek
district in Colorado has been sold for $400,
Precautions have been redoubled in
Bnenos Avres acainst a possible revolution-
A wealthy lnnatlcat Da Kalb, Tex., W.
J. Moss, kicked his aunt, Mrs. Smith, to
A San Francisco Examiner reporter has
succeeded In interviewing the fugitive train
robbers Evans and Sontag.
The Free Baptist Conference has resolved
Itself into a chartered organization under
the laws of the State of Maine.
Illinois statistics, Just issued hy the Bu
reau of Labor, show that thP daily wages of
coal miners have increased 15.6 per cent
It is announced that Minister Abbott
has succeeded in negotiating a reciprocity
arrangement with the Republic of Colombia.
The B. & O. is the first railroad to mite
World's Fair dedication rates. Columbus
gets tbo benefit of one fare for the round
Frank Beal. who lived on Second street.
near Levick. Philadelphia, committed sui
cide by hanging himself to a cross- beam in a
Pleasant McCoy, one of the leaders of
the notorious McCoy (rang in Kentuokv, has
been sentenced to imprisonment for life for
the murder of his cousin.
Hugo Loewv, a Berlin hanker, has been
convicted of embezzlement and fraudulent
bankruptcy and has been sentenced to 2
years' imprisonment and a heavy fine.
The Chicago Seamen's Union has con
tributed $500 to the Homestead iocked-out
men. The union decreed an Increase of 50
cents in the wages of Us own members.
German Day, the two hundred and ninth
anniversary of the first settlement of Ger
mans in America under Pastorius, was cele
brated in the Academv of JIniic, Philadel
phia, by a great assemblage.
The Sixth Auditor of the Treasury re
ports that during the last quarter, of the
fiscal year ended June 30, 182, the receipts
of the Fostoffice Department were $17,508,602
nnri th A-rrwinflltnrAa 19 7fiRQ
A statement has been received at the
Department of Marine showing that the
Russian cruisers in the Bering Sea have cap
tured ten Canadian sealing schooners, val
ued at $76,000, and 1.90C sealskins worth $10
At Tolnca, in the Interior of Mexico, the
poorer classes are dying dally by the hun
dreds from starvation and hunger aggra
vated by typhoid fever. Tne latter epi
demic is making frightful ravages in Zaca
tecas. Prof. Pickering, of the Harvard Branch
Observatory at Arequipa, Porn, reports that
he discovered 40 small lakes on Mars. He
also confirms Prof. Holden's observations on
the limits and measured altitudes of the
The Nihilists Stenanoff, Relnstetn and
Medachlnzke, who were sentenced in Paris
In 1890 to two years' imprisonment for mak
ing explosives to ue used in Kassla, were
released yesterday, thair sentences having
By the use of coal oil, William Sharp, of
Coatesvllle, Ind., was burned to death in bed
by hi Insane wife Thursday. The woman
was perhaps Jatally hurnnd in her success
ful efforts to prevent Mr. Sharp from extri
Every miner in Polk county, la., is out
on strike, and nil the mines are idle. All
the mines except that operated by the Des
Moines Coal Company have conceded the 10
percent advance demanded by the miners,
but refused the bi-weekly payment asked.
A demonstration bvworkinjrmen the
aay preceamg tne worm's jrair dedicatory
exercises is s.ild-to be among the probabili
ties. This is In consequence of the decision
to close the sates on October 22 against all
who do not hold invitations and tickets of
Iron ore shipments are bo well advanced
this season that with an estimated shipment
from mines of about 8,000,000 tons this year
there will be more than 600,000 less to come
down after October 1 this year than were
taken from upper late docks in October and
During a funeral procession with the
body of a child of Mrs. fl. Hill, of Bachelor,
to Jlmtown, Cal., the forward coaoh contain
ing tne corpse, iour women, and the driver
and another man was precipitated down
the hill 150 feet, the coaoh overturning
Jive times. All the occupants were Injured.
The coffin was broken open.
The new lighthouse tende Columbine,
destined for service on the Northern Pacific
coast, will sail from New York for that sta
tion next week under command or Lieuten
ant Commander West, United States Navy.
She will stop en route at Itio de Janeiro.
Montevideo, Valparaiso and San Francisco
and is expected to reach Portland in about
Don't Take the Bisk
Of fire or thieves, but keep your valuable
papers, bonds, etc- in the safe deposit vaults
of the Farmers Deposit National Bank, 66
Fourth avenue. Boxes rented at $3 a year
Four-in-hand scaifs at 25c. None like these
elsewhere lor lets' than 50c.
82, 94 and 90 Federal street
Extraordinary Cloak Bargains.
To-morrow we will offer 1,250 tailor-made
cloth and fur-trimmed Jackets at nearly
halt-price. See them. Kosikbadm & Co.
GOOD NEWS FOB MINERS.
A Supreme Court Decision That WfH Allow
Hydraullo Companies to Start Up Again
t-The Bleb. Companies Get the Benefit of
the Decision, Though.
San Francisco, Oot 7. ISpecUO.
Judge Gilbert, of the United States Su
preme Court, to-day rendered a decision
which permits the rich hydraullo companies
in this State to carry on their mines after
lying idle for ten years. The decision is in
the case of the United States against the
North Bloomfield Gravel Mining Company.
The suit was bronght to restrain' the com
pany from dumping debris i,nto the Sacra
mento river, and although it had recently
expended $500,000 in building dams for im
pounding the debris, the Judge made a per
sonal inspection of the workings of the
mine, and in his decision he shows clearly
that the methods adopted allow the greater
part of the fine soil and gravel in the water
to sink to the bottom of the dams. The wa
ter that passes off holds a certain amount of
finely pulverized soil in suspension, but
this will not be deposited where a river has
any current In the Sacramento this will
be carried down to the bay and ont into the
In another case, that of Altred Laurence,
who petitions to have the injunction against
his mine modified, the Judge denies his
plea on the grouud that the wooden dams he
has constructed do not do their work. The
North Bloomfield Company has built con
crete dams with brush tops. This mine is
the largest hydraulio mine 'in the world.
Over 5,000,000 in pipes and machinery
have lain idle ior ten years, and it will be
good news for miners that it will once more
Judge Gilbert's decision praotically
amounts to this: The rich hydraulio com
panies can resume work, but the small,
poor companies won't be able to construct
the proper dams.
B. & B,
A RACE ON THE SOUND.
The Belative Merits of SIdewheelers and
Twin Screws Tested.
New York, Oct 7. A sight rarely wit
nessed on the waters of Long Island Sound
was seen this morning in a race between
two of the mammoth steamboats that come
to this city. The race was between the
Puritan, of the Fall Kiver Line, and the
Eichard Peck, of the New Haven Line. It
was a test between different systems of
marine machinery, and to determine the
relative qualities of the compound beam
engine that goes with the sidewheeler apd
the modern triple expansion engine that
drives the twin screw propeller. The Puri
tan is a sidewheeler and the Kichard Peck
is the first screw steamboat to go on service
on the Sound. The agents of the Fall
Biver Line sent a challenge to the people
of the New Haven Line to test the speed
ot the fast boats. The challenge was ac
cepted, and- it was decided the race should
be between a point near Stratford shoals to
ITort Schuyler, a distance of 50 miles.
Side by side for many miles the two boats
went on piling up the "miles. At length,
however, the Peck becan to forge ahead.
She did not train ranidlv. but steadilv the
distance between the two boats increased,
until, in the gray of the early morning, the
big white hull ot the Puritan was a mile
astern, The race was to end at Sands'
Point, and when the Peck passed that point
she was a mile and a half ahead of the Puri
tan. It was said on board the Peck this
morning that during the last hour of the
race the Peck ran 25 miles.
TARIFF REFORM BOOMING.
"A Public Office is a Public Trust,"
you can eat these cakes until you bust.
' L ' ' '
The) people seem to be trying to prove the truth of the above little plei
ontry. They sura eating: bo many of the new ' .
TARIFF REFORM CAKES
That we can scarcely supply the demand. That's not to be wondered at,
however, for they are fine calces, the finest In the land, and whether you are a
Tariff Beformer or not, you can't do better than to get a pound from your
HERD BAKERY, ALLEGHENY.
Great SIO Sale.
Until 10 o'clock to-night you havo tho
chance to Buy a fine suit or overcoat for $10,
worth $1S to $20. The man who buys from
ns during this sale can consider himself
lucky. Thoe who have taken advantage of
this wondrous offer are highly pleased.
P. C C. C, Clothiers, cor. Grant and Dia
Improvement, the Promise of Cure.
No array of words can give a dyspeptic
"one-half the hope that comes from the re-
iiei wnicn always louows the use of Bur
dock: Blood Bitters, and the promise of cure
Is never broken.
"Havinc suffered from dyspepsia for two
or three vears, I decided to try B. B. and
after taking one bottle I found myseir so
much better I jjot another bottle and after
taking that I had no more need or medicine.
"MES. G. a WHITE.
, " Taberp, N. Y."
Don't pay for dally bread and then groan
with dyspepsia when a bottle of B. B. B. will
give you teller. Bepeated tests with uni
form success prove that dyspepsia cannot
withstand B. B.U
"I have taken the second bottle of Bur
dock Blood Bitters, and it has cured me or
dyspepsia with which I suffered for six
years. "W. VT. HAMILTON,
TT3SU Lock Haven, Fa."
EXTRACT OF BEEF!
Inferior and imitation sorts are coarse,
or disagreeable odor and unpleasant
flavor, but the genuine
Bearing the au
ture of Justus
von X.ieblfr, the
has the odor of roast beef gravy, a fine
flavor, dissolves clearly In water and
assimilates with the finest and simplest
Fob Delicious, BianiEsniira Beet Tea.
Fob Improved asd Economic Cookery.
The greatest exhibit of ele
gant FUR GARMENTS this
department has ever displayed I
Fur Capes, Mantles, Coats,
Jackets, Muffs, Boas every
new shapes French, English
or American design. Straight
round Military Capes 20
inches long the full ample
width giving greatest warmth
and comfort possible. This
new, stylish "cut" in Mink,
Monkey, Astrachan, Black
Marten, Persian, Electric and
Seal Reefer Jackets, 3p, 32,
34 and 36 inch lengths.
Natural Otter Jacket full
rolling notched collar of seal;
Black Marten and Astrachan
SEAL COATS Box
Back,Watteau and Plain Back,
notched and full rolling collars
everything new and strik
ing is to be found in this
matchless collection of FUR
Elegantlysatin-lined MINK J
MANTLES, with genuine
ETTES and .BOAS; Boas
shaped like the bits of ani
mals they represent the
bright eyes, shining teeth and
tiny claws of the iittle-headed
animals give a chic effect un
known to any other style
these in various fur qualities
up to Russian Sable. Mites
of CHILDREN'S SETTS
in wnite ana tinted inibet,
bright -lined .COLLAR
ETTES, CAPES and tiny
MUFFS to delight the little
folk in fact, the elegance and
luxurious effects as shown in
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I3ST THE TTISriTID STATES.
17 SIXTH STREET.
OUR FALL AND WINTER STOCK
Is now complete, and we show ON OUR 3
ELOORS a larger variety in
ALL OUR DEPARTMENTS
Than ever before. Call and we will sell you
FINE CLOTHING ON CREDIT
WE ALSO DO
for Infants and Children.
ON CREDIT WITHOUT SECURITY.
LADIES' JACKETS AND WRAPS
ON CREDIT WITHOUT SECURITY.
WATCHES wXoSfcSit, JEWELRY1
OUR TERMS ARE
On&-Tiiird Down, the Bilancs in Weekly, Semi-MontMy or Monthly Payment!
We Cecnpy the Entire EaiUing.
Open Evenings till 9.
Saturdays till 11 P. It
WINTER illm WINTER .
1 HMDIT UNDERWEAR. lLf UNDEIE1
"CMtorUtosowell adapted to children that
I recommend It u superior to any prescription
known tome H. A. Asohui, M. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N.T.
"The use of 'Castoria'is so universal and
Its merits so well known that it seems a work
of supererogation to endorse it Few are the
Intelligent families who do not keep Castoria
ClBLOS MlRTTW, D. D.,
New York City.
yjA PffftT pinnlTigl Pnfnnrnvl Church.
Castoria cures Colic, Constipation.
Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation.
Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes &
v Without injurious medication. .
" For several years I have recommended
your 'Castoria,' and shall always continue to
do so as it has invariably produced beneficial
Knwnj P. Pardeb, M. D.,
"The Wlnthxop,"13Ui Street and 7th Ave,
New York City.
Tax Ckhtasx Coxpaxt, 77 Hmuur Stbzet, Nkw Yobx.
Hat yon tried itt The table Vhote din
ner. 6 to 8 p. X., Hotel Duqnesue. Daintiest
meal In the city for 75 cents.
1)1 Witt's Little .Early Bisers. Best pill
for biliousness, sick beadacne, malaria.
Sec oar perfect fitting kid slores.
Jaxxs H. AaxK ft Co., K rirth arenna.
These figures mean five, ten, fifteen dollars saved
to you on Good, New Suits. Our saying so
can only be confirmed by a visit of inspection.
JY ou'll see an enormous stock of suitings; beau
tiful Dress Fabrics and stylish.
What's more Stylish, Ready-Made Overcoats; splendid fitting; ready
to put on your back. Popular prices increases the business.
WANAMAKER & BROWN,
AXDEK80H BLOCK. , 88 SIXTH STRBBTt
TROUSERS For $$ you'll get the best ten
dollars' -worth ever worn.
Are unsurpassed, comprising
as it does every known fash
ionable fur, from low-priced
BLACK FUR to the acme of
elegance and style in genuine
ALASKA SEAL and SA
BLE. Prices on these and all in
termediate -grades less, we
claim, than you can get like
qualities elsewhere immense
cash purchases from largest
and best manufacturing fur
riers (the greater -our order,
the less average cost for gar
ment). This advantage we
share with patrons, by small
profit markings on all grades.
TORS; and all interested
specially invited to come
TO-DAY and test our claims.
Second Fioor, easy of ac
cess by two elevators.
Ladies' White Cotton Ribbed Vests, high neck 2nd long sleeves,
At 25c, 35c, 38c, 50c, 63c and upward.
Ladies' Fancy Cotton Vests, 25c, 38c, 50c and upward.
Ladies' Natural Gray Cotton Ribbed Vests, 35c, 45c, 50c and upward.
Ladies' White Cotton Ribbed Pants, 38c, 50c, 63c and upward.
Ladies' White Wool, Merino and Cashmere Vests and Pants,
1 50c; 63c, 75c, 88c, $1, 1.25, 1.50, Si. 75, $2'and upward.
Ladies' All-Wool Scarlet Vests and Pants, $1, Si. 25 and upward.
Ladies' Camel's Hair Vests and Pants, 50c, 75c, Si, $1-50 and upward. -Ladies'
Natural Gray Wool Vests and Pants,
50c 75c, $1, Si-25, Sr.50, $2 and upward.
Ladies' Imported Swiss Ribbed Wool Vests, in black, white, cream, pink, blue
and salmon, $1, S1.25, S1.50, Si. 75. $!& 2-25i 2-5 and H
Ladies' Silk Vests, 75c, Si. $1.25, Si-5. $1-98, U and S2.50.
Gentlemen's Fall Underwear,
In Cotton, Merino, Cashmere and Wool,
FROM $1 TO $5 A SUIT.
Children's Fall Underwear,
. In White, Natural Gray, Camel's Hair and Scarlet,
Ranging in price, according to size and quality, from 25c to S3 a Suit
FLEISHMAN & CO
504, 506 and 508
j MARKET STREET.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
THIS LEADS. THEM ALL;
A DOUBLE-BARBEL, BKEECU-LOADING SHOTGUN, a G.BonehlU, maker, Damas
cus Barrets, Rebounding Bar Locks, ilattod Extension Ell, Ely Patent Fore-End, Full Pis
tol Grip. Triple Bolt ana all other improvements, at $25. These cnn are our own Impor
tation and are actually worth twice the nmount we now offer them at.
LOADED 8HELLS, 10 AND 12 GUAGE, II 60 FEB 100, and all other goods In proportion.
CT j jji I I I Y Q 932 and 934 Liberty St and
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Bend name and address tot new Illustrated Catalogue and price list.
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