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Black
Thibet
Silk Lined All Through
$12
™S OVERCOAT!
Only at the PANT-ERY,
ol course.
Al Wilson,
1903,'.2 Second Avenue.
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THORNTON.
I sell everything in the
line of
Fancy Groceries.
No. 2003 Second Avenue.
Rock Bottom Prices
On Flour, Meat, Coffee,
L:rd, Vegetables, Fruits
and Canned Goods of all
kinds.
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THE WEATHER.
Washington. Nov. 13.—Forecast of the
weather for Alabama: Generally fair, al
though local showers may occur In ex
treme western portions; southerly winds.
For Mississippi: I-ocal showers, fol
lowed by fair weather; southerly winds.
DAILY BULLETIN.
U. S. Department of Agriculture,
Weather Bureau,
Office of Station Agent,
Birmingham, Ala., Nov. 13, 1893.
Local observations during twenty-four
hours ending at 7 p. m.. central time;
Time.
LMrecru Kftl Q*
I Temp, of wind. Weather full.
8 a. m.
12 m.
7 p. m.
51
61
57
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Pr. Cldy
Clear
Cloudy
.00
.00
.00
•Heavy frost.
Highest temperature, 64 j lowest, 34; aver
age, 49.
BEN M. JACOBS.
Local Observer.
Reports received at Birmingham, Ala.,
on November 13, 1895.
Observations taken at all stations at 8
a. m., 75th meridian time.
Place of
Observa
tion.
Montg’ry
Memphis..
Knoxville
Atlanta...
Vicksburg
N.Orleans
Nashville.
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(Wind.
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3U;NE
31 NE
42 E
44 NE
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Clear
Cloudy
Clear
Cloar
Clear
Clear
Pt.Cdy
T indicates trace of raiu or snow; f indicates
rise and - fall.
BEN M. JACOBS,
Local Observer, Weather Bureau.
Don’t Shiver when you can
buy a $10.00 overcoat for
$6.40.
J. BLACH & SONS,
Manufacturers’ Sale,
1912—First Avenue—1914
COMPLIMENTS EXCHANGED.
The Cook County Democrats Serenaded the
Chrysanthemum Show.
The Cook County Democratic club
started to march to Mayor VanHoose’s
residence to serenade him last night, but
he was at the chrysanthemum show on
First avenue, and they went there In
stead. After their band had played sev
eral selections Mayor VanHoose made a
short speech and the ladles presented
each member of the club with a chrysan
themum. They returned the compliment
by presenting Mrs. John London, chair
man of the Ladles’ Aid society, with a
handsome badge.
We offer special induce
ments to those desiring to buy
office desks.
STOWERS FURNITURE CO.,
1816 and 1818 2d avenue.
11-14-tf _
THE BAPTIST REVIVAL
Another large audience attended the
services at the Baptist church last night.
These meetings are eliciting considerable
Interest and the good Dr. White Is now
accomplishing will live as long as one
stone stands upon another In this great
city.
Let everyone who can possibly do so
attend these meetings and encourage this
able divine in his efforts to implant the
true doctrines of Christianity in the
homes of our people. While the congre
gations are large, there Is still room for
more.
C. H. Reed has white and
pink roses, white and pink
carnations, and chrysanthe
mums in all colors. Tele
. phone 865. n-i4-2t
Cold Weather la Coming.
Telephone 487 for coal. Ward's coal
yard keeps as good as can be had in this
market. When you need coal call on
them. Can furnish on short notice at
market price. 7-19-tf
General freight and passen
ger office Alabama Great
Southern Railroad removed to
No. 7 North 20th street. Tele
phone 848. n-5-tf
Old papers for sale cheap at
this office.
PERSONAL
Mr. G. R. Barr, wife and daughter, left
yesterday for Florida.
Mr. Ed Wilcox left yesterday for a
brief visit to the Atlanta exposition.
Miss Estelle Wertheimer left yesterday
for Atlanta to visit friends and the expo
sition.
Mr. Joe Beitman and his sister, Miss
Maud Stern, have gone to Atlanta to
visit the exposition.
Mr. Fred Gaultt of the Cook County
Democratic club: "Say, Berry, this Is a
pom one. Ha, ha, ha.”
Mr. James Boggan and bride have
reached home, after a pleasant bridal trip
to Mobile and Atlanta.
Mr. Ben F. Wtnaton of Huntsville,
formerly of this city, passed through yes
terday en route to Huntsville.
Mr. T. J. Powers of the Cook County
Democratic club is one of the most prom
inent business men of Chicago.
Master Joe Hill, a popular young gen
tleman of this city, accompanied by his
brother, left last night for the exposition
at Atlanta.
Tho many friends of Dr. John T. Par
ker will be glad to know that he has
sufficiently recovered from his recent ill
ness to be out again.
Marshal James H. Farrel of the Cook
County Democratic club captured the
people yesterday with his huffpy an
nouncements and genial humor.
Dr. T. M. Allen and family returned
yesterday from Atlanta, where they have
been for a week attending the Southern
Dental association and the exposition.
Frank J. Gaulten, who Is the clerk of
the circuit court of Cook county, Illinois,
Is the club's treasurer, and it is due to his
liberal administration that the club made
their visit.
Dr. A. H. Gilson of Boston, Mass., 13
in the city, the guest of Dr. T. M. Allen.
Dr. Gilson visits the city to lecture in
the Birmingham Dental college and to
(see the sights of the Magic City,
Mr. J. G. Flinn of the Cook County
Democratic club holds down the position
of financial secretary. Mr. Flinn is one
of the handsomest and most distinguish
ed looking members of the club.
Mr. Kelhoff, assistant quartermaster of
the Cook County Democratic club, enter
tained his friends last night with his
matchless German voices, composed of
nine Irishmen and one Dutchman.
The Hon. John S. Cooper, president of
the Cook County Democracy, one of the
handsome members of the Cook county
democracy, took this trip, it is said, with
the sole view of capturing a southern
wife.
Mr. H. G. Herbert of the Cook County
Democratic club has never voted any
thing but the democratic ticket. He is
chief clerk of the recorder's office of
Cook county, and is one of the hardest
political workers of the great western
metropolis.
Two thousand five hundred pairs of
ladles', misses' and gentlemen's fall and
winter shoes, bought at all prices, re
ceived. Ladies' and gentlemen’s summer
shoes will be sold for the next few days
regardless of cost or price. T. C. King,
2026 First avenue.
Florence Hotel Arrivals—H. M. Frank
lin, W. H. Daniel, Nashville; H. A. Hat
field. St. Louis; D. H. Hillman, Nashville;
F. M. Sullivan, Chicago; R. II. Palmer,
Horse Creek; W. Jacobs, Louisville; W.
C. Beckham, Atlanta; E. W. Long, Nash
ville; N. Taccome, city; G- W. Fry, F. J.
Kelly, Louisville; E. Rautenberg, Grau
Opera company; Jacob Hersch, Macon,
Ga.; W. A. Battons, Lawrenceburg, Ky.;
R. S. Lewis, Shelby county; J. N. Young,
Winston, N. C.; A. P .Weaver, Alexan
dria.; Va.; Sidney J. Bowie, Talladega;
E. D. Lambert, Atlanta; J. A. Edwards,
Denver, Col.; J. H. Wagner, Georgetown,
Mex.; M. J. Frahern, Clarksville, Tenn.;
C. H. Morrison, Topeka, Ks.; Charles
Kern, Chicago; M. J. O’Brien, Chattanoo
ga; Allen J. Krebs, Bessemer; W. R. Fos
ter, Tuskaloosa; Frank Kramer, Chicago;
J. P. Hopkins, C. P. Cleveland, J. De
Souza, J. S. Cooper, James A. Barry,
T. J. Powers, J. H. Farrell, A. J. Sa
bath, John McCarthy, R. E. Burke,
George Weimer, Augusta Schweim, Chas.
Kern, J. H. McAusland, John S. Cuneo,
Jacob J. Kern, John H. Brown, M. J. Hy
land, Daniel E. Root, M. VanPraag, Geo,
Howard. Joseph Nichoff, S. D. May, W.
F. Terrill. James A. Quinn, Thomas Ker
wain, William Rogers, F. J. Gaulter. E.
M. Keefe, Dr. J. J. Leahy, W. C. Walsh,
J. S. Martain, Daniel Deegan, Thomas P.
Johnson. J. A. Cullen, F. E. Eldred, C. P.
Johnson, W. J. Dougherty, W. Peacock,
G. P. Bunker. Martin J. White, T. Denne
hey. Frank Wenter, Charles J. Kelly, R.
Mulcahy, W. Mangier, W. Carmody, Geo.
Foster, John O’Brien, John J. Sloan, Alex
J. Jones, James J. Gray, Samuel Harris,
R. E. Cantwell, M. J. Cragin, D. Lewin
sohn, H. F. Herbert, L. G. Mataline, J. M.
Lonergan, Chas.Oakley, J. F. Flynn, E. E.
Gaulter, R. C. Sullivan, Theo Speaker.
A. McHugh, J. Sullivan, F. Otten, O. D.
Swearengen, S. D. Griffin, C. Margraff, S.
Goldstein, A. Annweiler, Frank Kramer,"
A. W. Maltby, John McKay, Frank J.
Little, E. Sullivan, Wr. F. Cooper, Charles
Walsh, Charles Clark, F. G. Murphy, H.
McDonald, Gus Burg, Edward Bohan, J.
Reynolds, C. E. Crafts’ Anton Pfohl, L.
Jacobi, M. B. Bailey, T. S. Butler, J. J.
McGrath, C. F. Walsh, Capt. T. Kane.
Capt. J. Byrne, Walter Jergens, William
Gaines, George Brown, John Dollard, Da
vid Dollard, John Deady, Frank Coyle,
M. McFadden, Payton Shirley, W. Mag
nus, William Magnus, J. W. Synon. M.
J. Quinn, B. Creighton and others of the
Cook County Democratic club. *
FOR SALE.
The board of managers of the Charity
hospital desire to sell all the red brick,
furnace window weights, pipks, etc., to
be seen on the grounds of the hospital at
Smithfleld. Apply between the hours of
12:30 and 2:30 p. m. at 2011 Park avenue.
11-14-tf
Making mothers happy with
our great manufacturers’ sale.
J. BLACH & SONS,
One Price Cash Clothiers,
1912—First Avenue—1914
Holmes’ Fight for Life.
Philadelphia, Nov. 13.—Formal appli
cation for a new trial for H. H. Holmes,
recently convicted of the murder of Ben
jamin F. Pietzel, was today filed in the
quarter session court. The document
was presenled by Lawyers Samuel P. Ro
tan and W. A. Shoemaker and the court
will hear argument on Monday next. Fif
teen reasons why a new trial should be
granted are given, the first three alleging
that the verdict is against the evidence,
■phe fourth asserts that new material has
been discovered since the trial and the
fifth declares that ‘'the district attorney
In his opening speech made statements
which were not proven and which related
to other crimes which could not be a
part of the evidence, and they were of
such terrible nature that their effect upon
the Jurors was of necessity so adverse to
the defendant that it was Impossible for
them to decide purely upon the evidence
in the case.”
It Is urged that the district attorney
in his closing address mentioned the
death of the children and the finding of
their dead bodies, and It is claimed that
the court erred in several particulars
specified.
Always in season, always up
with the procession, always
accommodating and always
give you the best in the mar
ket at the Metropolitan bar.
ll-12-tf _
The Bogie man is coming.
10-26-lmo
TERSELY TOLD.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Badham enter
tained a few friends at dinner yesterday
evening at their elegant South Highland
home.
Mr. J. H. Brown and Senator Johnston
of the Cook County Democratic club were
entertained by the shrincrs last night at
Paul’s cafe.
Newburn Thrasher, a young man about
19 years old, was arrested yesterday on
a charge of larceny of goods from the
store of Solomon. Levy.
All of the members of the Cook County
Democratic club expressed a desire to re
main a day in Birmingham. They say
that the city is the "Chicago of the
south."
The hearts of the toilers for the Louis
ville and Nashville will be made glad
by the presence of the pay car upon its
monthly trip, and about one day ahead
of its regular date.
Jim Simms, who is charged with hold
ing up Mr. Cross, seems destined to get
into more trouble. The pistol used was
stolen from Bennett's grocery store on
Eighteenth street.
The County Democracy Marching club
of Chicago are anxious to spend today in
Birmingham if they can get the Kansas
City railroad officials to change the time
of their departure.
The Cook County Democratic club took
Birmingham at her word and made them
selves strictly at home—went where they
pleased, did as they pleased and were as
happy ns larks in a rye field. Truly all
the world’s akin.
A finer body of men than the Cook
County Democratic club never paraded
the streets of Birmingham. Physically
perfect, every movemnt was that of a sol
dier and patriot and the very embodi
ment of gentility and intellectuality.
Two thousand five hundred pairs of
ladles’, misses’ and gentlemen's fall and
winter shoes, bought at all prices, re
ceived. Ladles' and gentlemen’s summer
shoes will be sold for the next few days
regardless of cost or price. T. C. King,
2026 First avenue.
Judge W. C. Robinson of Lee county
paid the State Herald a call last night.
The Judge says about twenty-five wit
nesses have been summoned in his con
test before the supreme court set for next
Monday. He says that he feels no un
easiness as to the result of his case.
Editor Simpson of the Montgomery
Journal was among yesterday’s visitors
to Birmingham. Mr. Simpson says he i?
not a candidate for the legislature, a$
reported, but is somewhat after the or
der of our governor, could not refuse to
serve his people should they deBire his
services. Mr. Simpson Is a man of abil
ity and experience and would make Mont
gomery an able and painstaking repre
sentative.
Two car loads of bed room
suits just received. Best on
the market. Call and examine
them.
STOWERS FURNITURE CO.,
1818 and 1818 2d avenue.
31-14-tf _
Children Cry for
Pitcher’s Castoria.
WITH THE COURTS.
R. H. Hudson Is on trial for the shoot
ing of Deputies Cole and Smith at Coal
burg last year.
Circuit Court.
E. H. X.opez vs. Alabama Pipe com
pany; judgment for the defendant.
Lancaster, Stone & Crosswalte vs. T. T.
O'Byrne; judgment for $8.
City Court.
Black & Newbcrger vs. Moses Blank et
al.; non-suit.
Same vs. H. L. Schwartz: on trial.
Inferior Criminal Court.
John Carlisle, disorderly conduct; $5.
Matt Tibbs, vagrancy; $5.
John McLean, assault and battery; $10
Alonzo Mason, disorderly conduct: $5.
Jail Entries.
The following jail entries were regis
tered yesterday:
Henry Ridgeway, abduction; Deputy
Constable J. N. Moses.
Spencer Black, assault with intent to
kill; Deputy Sheriff J. J. Hewitt.
W. E. Turner, carrying concealed
weapon; Deputy Moore.
John F. Gleason, perjury; Deputy
Sheriff C. II. Cole.
Tom Winchester, passing counterfeit
money in Tuslcaloosa county, United
States case; Deputy Marshal W. I. Love.
NOW IS YOUR TIME
TO BUY A
SEWING MACHINE CHEAP
I have determined to close
out my business by the 15th
and have nine first-class sew
ing machines I will sell
cheaper than they can be
manufactured.
J. W. GREER,
3-14-17 209 21st Street.
WANTED FOR BURGLARY.
Frank Edgington Arrested on Suspicion by
Chief of Police.
Frank Edgington, from Huntsville, O.,
has been arrested on the suspicion of be
ing wanted in Huntsville, O., for bur
glary.
Chief of Police T. C. McDonald received
the following telegram and detailed Of
ficer Kirkly to make the arrest:
Huntsville, O., Nov. 12.
Chief of Police, Birmingham, Ala.—
Arrest and hold Frank Edgington, alias
Harry F. Carter, age about 2S, height 5
feet 9 inches, smooth faoe, pronounced
Roman nose, indicted here for burglary.
He Is waiting at Birmingham for money
from home. Consult postmaster. He is
a slick duck. I leave for there tomorrow
morning. ELIHU LINSON,
Marshal.
Edgington was arrested on Third ave
nue between Nineteenth and Twentieth
streets. He corresponds to the descrip
tion, but he says he is not the man want
ed in Huntsville, O.. on any charge, but
he does not deny being from that place.
Marshal Llnson will come for the pris
oner this afternoon.
RAILROAD RACKET,
B. W. Wrenn, passenger traffic mana
ger of the Plant system, has Issued the
following order:
Savannah, Ga„ Oct. 4, 1895.
Circular No. 393.
Mr. L. A. Bell having been appointed
western passenger agent, with headquar
ters at Chicago. 111., Mr. W. V. Llfesey
will be division passenger agent at Mont
gomery, Ala. Both appointments to take
effect Nov. 10. 1895. B. W. WHICNN,
Passenger Traffic Manager.
L. & N. Inspection.
The officials of the L,ouisville and Nash
ville railroad will arrive in the city today
on their annual Inspection tour. The
party consists of the general officers and
superintendents of the various divisions.
They will be In Birmingham and this dis
trict one qr two days. £
Grand concert Wednesday
night; opening chrysanthe*
mum show. n-io-4t
THINGS DRAMATIC,
Grau's Opera company opened their en
gagement at O'Brien’s opera house last
night In "Tar and Tartar” to a fair house.
With this excellent company Is Miss Ade
laide Randall, whose singing has been
^eard here before. She has a very pure,
Sweet voice, and her singing was highly
appreciated by the audience.
Fred Frear, as Muley Hassan, a ship
wrecked tar, was good in his part and so
was J. Aldrich Libby, the Bedouin chjefT
Theoast Is very evenly balanced andgives
an entertainment that pleases the hear
ers. The cast Is as follows:
Muley llassan, a shipwrecked tar......
.Fred Frear
Cardamon, a Bedouin chief.
.J. Aldrich Libby
Pa Palaina, court physician.Herman Waldo
Karhtoon, purveyor of amusement_
.......i.Tom Martin
Yussef, attendant to Cardamon.
.A. E. Arnold
Moket, sultan to Morocco.
.Frank W. Woodman.
Farina, a professional beauty.
.Miss Adelaide Uamlall
Taffeta, her companion.Miss Amy Leslie
Alpaca, former wife of Muley llassan..
. Miss Hattie Arnold
Lawbcrkin, a lady of the harem.
.Miss Kate Erayes
Tolu, a village girl.Miss Mattie Reeves
Umpl..H. Brand
Chorus of fishermen, villagers, harem la
dles, guards and slaves.
This afternoon at matinee Grau's Op
era company will present the “Black
Hussar" and tonight the “Beggar Stu
dent."
“The Queen of Liars.”
Mrs. Fiske’s new play, “The Queen of
Liars,” is everywhere received with fa
vor. In Chicago but a few days ago it
was declared by a leading critic to be the
strongest and most interesting drama
made known in that city this season.
It tells an engrossing and human story
of a woman who enmeshes herself in
falsehoods in a vain attempt to lead an
honest life after a reprehensible past.
The characters in the play are drawn
with the truth that has made Daudet,
the author of the play, famous among
the world’s literary lights.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, sho cried for Castoria.
When sho became Miss, sho clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria,
Style, beauty and strength
all combined in the Fair and
Square $3.00 shoes. Sold ex
clusively by
J. BLACH & SONS,
One Price Cash Clothiers,
1912—First Avenue—1914
THE WRECK AT AMERICA.
Four Negroes Found Dead in the Wreck—A
Complete Smash Up.
The special train returned yesterday
from the wreck at America, bringing in
the dead and injured. The cause of the
wreck was a collision between the work
train and a westbound coal train. The
following is the list of the killed and
wounded:
Those killed:
Toney Cunningham,
i Mose McGee.
? Luke Bailey.
( Unknown negro.
All were on the work train.
The Injured are:
P. G. Matthews, white, engineer.
' Pink Wilburn, laborer on the work
train.
Andrew Townsend, laborer on the work
train.
Phillip Sewell, flreman of the coal train.
The surviving victims of the wreck are
not seriously hurt.
The bodies of the dead men were
brought to the city this morning and car
ried to the undertakers, where they were
prepared for burial.
' The track was blocked for some time at
ihe scene, but has since been cleared.
Lounges, sideboards and
ladies’ writing desks we offer
at very low prices for the
next ten days.
STOWERS FURNITURE CO.,
1816 and 1818 2d avenue.
11-14-tf _
General freight and passen
ger office of Southern Railway
removed to No. 7 North 20th
street. Telephone 846.
11-5-tf _
THE FLAGS WILL FLOAT.
Mayor VanHoose has arranged for the
flags to float over all the public school
buildings of the city on the day before
Thanksgiving. The raising will be at
tended with appropriate ceremonies. The
flags will be donated by citizens and or
ganizations and are to measure 9x15 feet.
The mayor will also endeavor to secure
donations for a banner for the city.
CCOTTS
WEmulsiort
The cream of
purest Norwegian
cod-liver oil, with
hypophosphites,
adapted to the
weakest digestion.
—Almost as
palatable as milk.
Two Six*.—«0 cent, and $1.00
SCOTT & BOWNE, - New York
I have forced them to reduce
their price,
BUT
they have also reduced the quality
of their whisky.
I
still sell the same standard brands,
same standard quality and sanm
price—75c a bottle.
H. BARNARD,
209 and 2ti Nineteenth Street
CJ.
-v'o'O. Can’t Improve Some THin^s.
That's exactly the ease with our Old In
dies' Comfort Shoes, which are so easy and
comfortable that they couldn't be more so.
All shoes should be that way, whatever the
ace or sex of the wearer. The elderly,
though need such shoes vnore than those
less advanced in years, and for their benefit
w'e rarry a line of the easiest of easy foot
wear Everv pair is a genuine value at
from'$1.25 to $3.50 a pair. The same is true
of every shoe in our stock. It's a caBe of
hi eh value and low price every time.
We carry the finest line of I^adles up-to
date Lace and Button Shoes.
If you want fine shoes for children we
can show you first-class shoes.
We have 2000 pairs of Ladles’ hand-turned
Button Shoes, sizes 1 to 4, C and D last.
Plain toe button Shoes, two many of the
same size, real value $3.00 to $5.00, will close
out at $1.50.
All mail orders shipped the same day re
ceived. -*
All kinds of repairing done.
ST. PIERRE, Wholesale and Retail Shoer, 1910 First Avenue.
THE BEST OF ALL
In All Things All The Time
THERE are many GOOD life insurance companies, but among
them all there must be one BEST. THE BEST is THE
EQUITABLE. If you wish to know why, send for: i, the
report of the Superintendent of Insurance for the State of New
York on the examination of The Equitable; 2, for actual results
of maturing policies; 3, for statement of death claims paid in
1894. Then you will know the three great reasons of The
Equitable’s supremacy: First, its financial stability; second,
its great profits and advantages to living policy-holders; third,
the promptness of its payments and liberality of its settlements.
The Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of the United States.
JAS. W. ALEXANDER, Vice-President. H. B. HYDE, President,
ALABAMA DEPARTMENT.
Clark & Jackson, Managers (J^Kirk j£k£i) 5 L. D. Burdette, Cashier.
OFFICES—2021 First Avenue, Southern Club Bonding, Birmingham, Ala.
Assets, $185,044,310. Surplus, $37,481,069.
All People Like the Best. I Sell Only Standard Goods
Drugs,
Patent Medicines,
Toilet Articles,
Seeds,
Medical Wines
and Liquors.
BULBS.
Hyacinths,
Nafcissus,
Lillies,
Tulips,
Crocus.
tori am still Agent for the Belle of Sumpter Whisky.
•Jolm JL. Parker, Druggist,^
212 North Twentieth Street.
The Metropolitan Hotel and Restaurant
.Nos. 8 and 10 North 20th Street, Corner Morris Avenue.
NEXT TO THE UNION DEPOT.
REGULAR MEALS, 25 CENTS.

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