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.4^ We are grateful for the very liberal ^ ■4^ patronage the community has extended ^ [£t, to us during the past month and trust to ^ [it. merit a continuance of same this coming "> month. Our stock of STAPLE and ■$ DH* FANCY GROCERIES Is very complete Hi and extensive, and we are better pre- Hi tft” pared than ever to serve the trade, tit. A We cordially invite our friends to * I -a i iff FOWLKES & MYATT, «. A Ku 300 and 302 North Twentieth Street. j. iSr »• ski. *Ar .A. *Ar vAr .Ar »A. vAt -A. tA1 rA. .A* *A. .sAzji; A Competitor Annoyer! A Customer Winner! A Price Breaker! AN HI FOR BUSINESS! The man with the right kind of a busi ness eye does not need a porous plaster to draw his attention to a good thing, but he will always keep one eye open for the purpose of seeing the bargains that live up-to-date merchants have to offer. Thousands of sample shoes arrlved last week, which we will continue to retail at wholesale prices as tong as they last. Washington. Dec. 7.—Forecast of the weather for Alabama: Fair; local show ers in northwest portion; south winds, becoming variable; colder in northern portion. •For Mississippi: Light local showers, followed by fair weather: winds shifting to north and colder in northern portion. YESTERDAY’S TEMPERATURL As especially recorded for the State Herald on the standard thermometer at Hughes’ drug store, 1904 Second avenue. The figures given are in all instances for the temperature recorded in the shade and on a southern sheltered exposure. b u.m..42>'j|3p. m....65 9 a. m.5oi* i p. in.62 3«< a. m. 57U 5 p. m.5U4Ji 3 1 o.m.6uV* o p. m.68 3*2 m.64 7 p. m. 57 1 p. m.65^4 8 p. m. 5b^» 2 p. m.6544 9 p. m. 66 DAILY BULLETIN. ~ U. S. Department of Agriculture, Weather Bureau, Office of Station Agent. Birmingham, Ala., Dec. 7, 1895. Local observations during twenty-four hours ending at 7 p. m.. central time: | • Dlrect’n Rain Time. Temp, of wind. Weather tall. 8 a. m.1 50 S Clear .00 12m. ....I 60 SW Clear .00 7 p. m.I 60 SB Clear ,00 mgnesi temperature, uo; lowest, as; uvur e £ e, 52. BEN M. JACOBS, Local Observer. Reports received at Birmingham, Ala., on December ,7 1895. Observations taken at all stations at 8 a. m., 75th meridian time. “ Hi Hi Si iWind'. w a~ | s| E Place of r 2. So Ji Ob,ionva- l ■ ff-* SB 3 SB lion. S !: Bg- S. a Ug £ 3 : S ° ! § o •* a-J or O ‘ >1 •» J3 ^ ■ or ® • I • —w B. . MontR'ry 3bj tl4. i30SE Lt. .00 Pt.Cdy Memphis.. 4b t-l** 42 8 10 .00 Cloudy Knoxville 24 J8 22 8W Lt. .00 Cloudy Atlanta...! 34 fl4 32 SW lo .00 Clear Vicksburg 50' f20 42 S 12 .00 Cloudy N.Orleansi 50! fl2 4b SE 9 .00 Clear Nashville.I 42 f3o 4o;8 12 .UUlClcar T indirates trace of rain or snow; | indicates rise and - fall. BEN M. JACOBS. Local Observer, Weather Bureau. THE CHURCHES. Father D. A. Brady of Warrington, Fla.. Is in the city and will ofiiciate at the 10:30 o’clock mass this morning at St. Paul's Catholic church. There will be services every Sunday at 10:30 a. m. in the German Lutheran church. Preaching in German by Rev. Moeller, pastor. Everybody cordially invited. The new pastor, Dr. Armstong. will preach in St. John’s church tomorrow at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. A full attend ance of tho members is urged. Cumberland Presbyterian church, Bev. Robert D. Wear, pastor. Services at the Young Men’s Christian association rooms, corner Nineteenth street and Fourth avenue, at 11 a. m. and 7:15 p. m. The Brotherhood of the First Presby terian church will meet this month on the second Monday night, the 9th, in stead of the 3d. it is hoped all members will attend and bring their friends. ’’At Jacob's Well” will be the theme of Dr. Hale at the Southside Baptist church at J1 o’clock this morning, he having vis ited this Interesting spot in his recent trip abroad. At 7:30 the first of a series of discourses on ’’The Holy Land" will be delivered. TERSELY TOLD. Everybody go out to church today. You can reach out and almost feel Christmas. i Eggs are advancing—Christmas nog knocking at the door. The singing at the First Baptist church this morning will be conducted by a large chorus. T. A. Riggs, the young man who was arrested in this city on the charge of forgery, has been carried to Meridian for trial. Your picture will look very much handsomer if you have them artistically framed at Colby & Roll's wall paper and art store. Your friends will appreciate a gift of a beautiful picture, no matter how many they may have. Drop in and see the many beautiful ones displayed at Colby & Roll's wall paper and art store. Pink Oliver, a white woman, was ar rested last night by Officers Perdue and Newman on the charges of obtaining money under false pretenses and dispos ing of mortgaged property. It is an unusual occurrence for a hotel to remove its register from the counter, but the Florence hotel was last night compelled to do so owing to the fact that all of the rooms were engaged. At a meeting of the board of directors of the Birmingham Building and Loan association held on Friday night Mr. H. L. Badham was elected to till the vacan cy in the directory caused by the resig nation of Mr. T. M. Bradley. Now' that “owd cars" have been put on the electric car lines the next step will be the “night hawks," to run as late as 1:30 o'clock at night. When the public demands transportation the electric company is one enterprise that generally goes the public demand one better. T. C. King, 2036 First avenue, has re ceived 1000 pairs Bannister shoes—Cor dovan, French calf, patent leathers and enamel leathers. Twenty different styles toes. B, C, D, E lasts; price $4.50 and $5. Same elsewhere $6 and $7. Nine thousand pairs other kinds of ladles’, men’s and children's, from 10 to 40 per cent reduc tion. See our Twentieth Century line. A gentleman interested in the Arme nian question has offered to distribute 5000 copies of Dr. Hale’s recent sermon in the Southside Baptist church on "Ar menia.” A number of prominent citi zens have requested the doctor to dis cuss the eastern question in one of the public halls and give fully his impres sions from being in the sultan's domin ions. Don’t suffer with cold feet, but wear the Fair and Square $3.00 Shoe. J. BLACH & SONS, One Price Cash Clothiers, Good fishing at East Lake. 12-l-tf CREMATION IN PARIS. The Number of Incinerations Growing Steadily Prom Year to Year. The advocates in this country of cre mating dead bodies will be somewhat encouraged by the reports that come from Paris of the number of incinerations that took place there during the first four months of 1895. The number of in-' cinerations that occur, either in accord ance with a previous request of the per son whose body is disposed of or at the instance of the representatives, increases every year with great regularity, though not rapidly. According to the statistics published by the prefect of police, the number of ©vernations that took place at the Pere Lachaise cemetery from August, 1889, to the end of April, 1895, were as fol lows: 1889, 49; 1890, 121; 1891, 134; 1892 159; 1893. 189; 1894, 216, and 1895 (four months), 75. The furnace would consequently often be idle were it not for the remains from the hospitals, which amount to from 2000 to 2500 bodies per annum. The apparatus employed is that of MM. Toisonl and Fradet, and works by means of gas with a recuperator. Incinerations are accomplished in an hour, or, at most, an hour and a quarter, and the cost of the combustible never exceeds 3 francs per operation. Another apparatus, invented by M. Fl cliet, has recently been inaugurated. The difference between the two inventions lies chiefly in the application of oxide of car bon. In the contrivance devised by M. Fichet the body is consumed by hot air alone, and does not come into contact with gases. According to this method incineration takes place a little more rap idly than in the Toisoul furnace, but the expense is greater by nearly a quarter as much._ Iron wagons, steel wheels, 85c. Velocipedes 51.35. Ev erything in the same propor tion. Smith & Montgomery Book and Stationery Co. /?-8-jt Killed His Wife and Child. Live Oak. Fla.. Dec. 7.—Near Luravllle, Flu., Joseph Fields came home and found a man with Mrs. Fields. He drew a knife and the man ran. Fields then mur dered his wife and stabbed his little girl and fled. Neighbors suspecting some thing was wrong, entered the house. Mrs. Fields' body, covered with wounds, was found on the floor and her baby was dabbling in the blood. The little girl was not seriously hurt and told the trag edy. They Didn’t Ship the Gold. New York, Dec. 7.—Barln, Magoun & Co. have decided not to ship the $200,000 gold bars secured by them In open mar ket yesterday. AT RANDOM. Just a Few Local Talks to Think Over and ] • Digest. , Did you ever notice the degree of Inter-1 est manifested by some people in wit-1 nessing the release of an entrapped rat; in the presence of an eager dog, ready to, kill the helpless animal? Crowds of not only boys, but men, will form a circle on the streets, impede the passage of ve hicles, whoop and cheer the rat killer. The brute of a dog may be excusable, but do the men and boys exhibit refined taste of feeling? * • * The custom of removing hats from their heads when seating themselves at the theater Is now in vogue In most of the advanced cities of this country, and I verily believe, Birmingham is far be hind in this matter. Maybe this plan of relief may soon come to the theater goers of Birmingham, who talk through their hats, blit have never learned to see through therm Its a wise solution of a lohg-standipg vexed problem. * *»’ A local democrat said to me the other day that he thought things might work smoother wfth, a solid south and a solid north than with the menacing effect of mugwumpery north and populism south. He says our own people stand shoulder to shoulder for the advancement of ev ery good thing when they are politically in harmony, and that the great dividing Mason and Dixon line was a good thing to keep us together. I leave the reader to reflect on the proposition. The stove men of Birmingham who ad vertise In the State Herald seem to be doing a live business this season. House holders seem determined to take warn ing from the severe cold of last winter and this season heat their houses in reg ular yankee fashion. The cool grafes won't do it. The grate consumes more coal and gives less heat. Well, stoves are made of iron, and every one used here ought to be manufactured 4n Bir mingham. * • * The plan proposed by the Commercial club of asking the several land compa nies to bring their lands Into market by buidlng a million dollar steel plant.seems quite feasible, and the people are talking hopefully about it. At present these Companies are apparently at a stand still. They have much in lands, but little in money. By the plan proposed the lands will become active by making a market. It will not do for Birmingham property holders to wait for other people to come and make them rich. That Idea Is exploded. It won't work any more. • • • It’s a sign of. improved spiritual and financial conditions when a church vol untarily increases the salary of its pas tor. A Birmingham church has just in creased the salary of its spiritual leader from $1800 to $2400. He is a good man. has a good church. Is doing good always and the Lord thus blesses him through His people. i • * * The question Is being discussed as to whether or not a preacher should deliver a sermon of over thirty minutes, anq the concensus of opinion is that not one preacher in ten can safely hold the at* tentton of his congregation longer than, thirty minutes, and that when he at tempts to do so he is apt to put a damper on the spiritual fire kindled by the openr ing prayer and make a man hungry,' thirsty, sleepy or tired. A thirty min utes' sermon generally proves most ef fective. This limit will draw the crowd and generally dismiss them well pleased and otherwise spiritually benefited. * • * • Did you ever notice that the merchants who advertise (n the newspapers or a city are the men who lead in the gefieraL advancement of the community? It's* true, as sure as you are born. They are the builders of cities, foremost in every good work, and without such men there would be no cities. * • * It Is presumed that there was a pretty lively tilt in the executive session of the city council Wednesday night when the "reformers"- werp outvoted in a proposi tion to keep In office an official who was objectionable to the “organized" element of the council. They do say that the Warnockltes mustered ten votes on the ballot. But now there Is peace in the family and the boys are going to pull to gether to the end of the term. • • « A little 4-year-old Sunday school girl whose mother tries to teach her the "golden text” every Sunday, -became slightly mixed the other day and re sponded as follows: "Rise up early in the morning and get a strong drink." She forgot the “woe unto him” who does, but she did her best. • * * The people are not disposed to com plain at the delightful weather we are enjoying this season. Our daily weather reports point to the fact that everything is just as it should he. By the way, It may not be generally known, but Messrs. Jacobs Bros., our weather men, are now being consulted daily by farmers as to when to kill hogs. These live young men are experts in bog-k1lllng and furniture selling, two entirely distinct fields of usefulness. The klea of Bert Jacobs having risen to that eminence where he sits in his dignity and tells Farmer Jones when to kill his hogs, but he does. It was Saturday In Birmingham and a liquor dealer was running short in stock. He had ordered two barrels of whisky. It was slow coming, so the dealer in his earnest plea for hurry declared he would have to close up Sunday if he failed to get it on time. Do the liquor dealers sell on Sunday in Birmingham? Don’t know', do you? v * * Said a public spirited citizen: “The thoughts of our people run on mines and furnaces, and we rarely think of other lines of industry. Yet there are several industries that are worth as much to the business of the city as a furnace. Take for instance the printing Industry'. Bir mingham is a great printing and pub lishing center. Our two daily newspapers are the best in the state, and have type setting machines and other appliances .*# a first-class newspaper office. Then there are as many as a dozen weekly news papers in the city, and several monthlleV The weekly organs of the Methodist and' ' Baptist denominations of the state aJ’e published here.. Then we have several publishing houses and job printing Of fices. One publishing ,house has a litlii graphie department and gets work froifci.j all parts of the state. These newspapejfc and printing offices pay out to their cm ployes several' thousarld dollars each week, which goes into circulation at orrfP1 through the merchants. The money paM. out by the newspapers apd printing qf-,1 flops is drawn largely from other sAM tlons of the country, and Is added to tHe' volume of the local circulating medium.! If we had more priptlng establishments] it would not be so necessary to increase! the coinage of gold and sliver. Epidemic of Typhoid Fever. Shelhyville, 111., Dec. 7.—Typhoid fever is epidemic in this section. Whole fami lies are prostrated with it A notable instance Is the family of Stephen Flan ders. a brick maker. Eight members have the disease In Its worst form. The fourth death in ten days resulted today. v- -v* • " _ • - — . ; : PERSONAL. Attorney Goodhue of Gadsden Is In the city. Mr. Eddie Marable is now with the Smith Shoe company. Master Joe Wheeler goes to Atlanta to-* day, where he will take in the exposition! attractions. :Mr. B. T. Warren of Louisville has ac cepted a clerkship ip. this city with the Southern railroad. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Crawford have re turned from a delightful visit to Atlanta and the exposition. Mr. Hugh Odom, the popular night clerk at Odom's saloon, leaves today for the Atlanta exposition. 1 Mr. James R. Marlette, late of "Lind | say’s Comedians,” Is circulating among | his Birmingham friends. Mr. M. L. Potter, a prominent capital ist of New York, has taken winter uuar t ters at the Florence hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Trost and Miss Flora Soloman returned yesterday from a visit to the Atlanta exposition. Mrs. P. A. Holley returned home yes terday from a month's visit to Lookout mountain and Sulphur Springs. Messrs. J. P. Mudd and John Turner spent yesterday hunting near Cresswell, Shelby county, on the Columbus and Western railroad. Miss Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George R. Smith, has fully recovered from typhoid fever, after sixty-eight days sickness. Rev. R. D. Wear has returned from Tennessee, where he delivered three ad dresses before the state Young People’s Society of Christian Endeavor conven tion. at Lewtsburg, and conducted a suc cessful revival at Jackson. Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railroad checks are received by T. C. King, 2026 First avenue, at 90 cents on the dollar for shoes. He has just bought about 10,000 pairs of ladles', children's and men's shoes at a reduction of 10 to 40 per cent. You will certainly do yourself an injustice if you do not see his shoes before you buy. ' T. C. King, 2026 First avenue, has re ceived 1000 pairs Bannister shoes—Cor dovan, French calf, patent leathers and enamel leathers. Twenty different styles toes. B, C, B, E lasts. Price, $4.50 and $5. Same elsewhere, $6 and $7. Nine thousand pairs other kinds of la dles', men’s and children’s, from 10 to 40 per cent reduction. See our Twentieth Century line. It is said that John McQueen, the hand some young sycamore statesman from Jefferson, will be a candidate^for re-elec tion to the lower house of the next gen eral assembly, and if successful, which ■will no doubt be the case, he will be a candidate for speaker of that body. He is a young bachelor with hundreds of ad miring friends throughout the state and should he be a candidate he will be hard to defeat for the position of honor.— Athens Courier. Florence hotel arrivals: J. D. Mulhe ron, Cincinnati; Willis Banks and wife. Columbus, Miss.; John P. Fleck, city; Phillip Stern, New York; R. H. Dawson, Alabama; C. T. Backing, Baltimore; J. Ft Bryant, Lowell, Mass.; M. Penlston. efty: F. N. Crookshank, Atlanta; James R. Marlette, Louisville; J. G. Mockler, Chattanooga; A1 N. Greene, Atlanta; Ar thur C. Breast, Nashville; Miss Ely, Co Jt'lmbia; John A. Sharpe, Chicago; Wil liam H. Mandolin, South Carolina; D. J. Cbhen. St. Louis; R. L. Pritchard, Savan nah; F. M. Hendon. Lynchburg, Va.; C. H. Gates. New Orleans; J. A. English, Philadelphia; L. J. Mayill. Knoxville; C. hi James, Atlanta; J. Milton Browne, Louisville; Amos E. Goodhue, Gadsden; W. G. Roberts. Nashville; Mrs. J. E.' Spann, Jasper: Miss Amy Tolmas. Cin cinnati; H. McGerald, Detroit; W. H. ■Smith, city; John S. Owen, Ensley; Fred jW. Green. K. C., M. & B. R. R.; H. J. Carney, Chicago. SOLID SILVER hat pins $2 5c each. See? 12-6-31 E. GLUCK. Old papers for sale cheap at this office. The Texas Puts to Sea. New York, Dec. 7.—The United States Iwttieship Texas passed out by Sandy Hook at 8 a. mi and fifteen minutes later had cleared the bar, where she steamed off southward. The ship looked as neat and trim as any vessel ever does com ing from the navy yards at Brooklyn, and nothing seemed to be amiss with her. She made rapid progress down the ship canal and. turning southwest, spit headed for Gedney’s channel, where she passed and was saluted by the Incoming national line steamship England. Rich Red Blood Is tho Foundation of the Wonderful Cures by Hood’s Sarsaparilla. That is Why the cures by Hood’s Sar saparilla are Cures. That Is Why Hood’s Sarsaparilla cures the severest cases of Scrofula, Salt Rheum and other blood diseases. That Is Why the sales of Hood’s Sar saparilla have increased year after year, until it now requires for its production the largest Laboratory in the world. Hood’s Sarsaparilla Ib the only True Blood Purifier promi nently in the public eye today. $1; 6 (or $5. Hood’s Pills O’BRIEN’S OPERA HOUSE. | BEN S. THIESS. Manatjer TWO NIGHTS ONLY! Wedi eiday & Tnursday, Dec. 11-12 } — ' The Greatest Hit in Years! EUGEA’E ROBLASOATS i‘A FATTED CALF,” (A Big Laugh Every Second) A Domestic Musical Comedy by William . Gill, author of “Adonis," “Old Jed Prouty,” “The Rising Gen eration,” Etc. An Unexcelled Company. Nellie Sheldon, Herman Hlrshberg, Jen nie Lind Lewis, Boston's Nightingale; Ad Sheriff, America's Greatest Whis tler; Katherine White, Reah Starr, Marie Leslie, Mnud Pixley, John E. Hines, Charles E. Throop, Richard Sherman, John Barrymore, And Four Live Babies. The New York World of April 10, 1896, says: "A Fatted Galf" is good meat— see It.” Fun! Music! Specialties! occupy three full stores, 25x140 feet each. In the heart of the city. Nos. 2019, 2021 and 2023, Second avenue. Our Dry Goods Department carries a full line of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and Clothing for the masses. Our Shoe Department Is fully up to the standard of first-class Shoe establishments. We can lit any foot to perfection. Our Hardware Department is immense. In this we carry full line of Miners’ Tools, Agricultural Implements, Hardware, Noyelties, Guns, Ammunition and Cutlery. Our Grocery Department is complete in every detail. Staple and Fancy Groceries in greatest variety. WHOLESALE OR RETAIL Everything sold either at wholesale or re tail. Consumer can secure wholesale prices !»'• nn‘•■•linsiiu; in unbroken packages. Pioneers of Low Prices. December 25th Is Xmas Day. Of course, we all know that; we also know that fftost people wait till It is practically too late to make their purchases for the holidays. Our advice is for you to do it now—this week—while our stock is com plete, besides you’ll avoid being in the awful rush of buyers. Many of you will remember the crowds we had last year, and you may expect much larger crowds this year, for times are better, and everybody feels happy, including ourselves. mi ip mils. Our store is crowded with them, suitable for old and young, rich and poor; and the advantages of early choice cannot be over estimated. Suits or Overcoats, Hats ant Umbrellas, Silk Neckwear and Handkerchiefs, Boots and Shces. Lad it s' and Misses’ Garterettes, Ladies' and Misses’ Shoes, Ladies’ Waist?, Ladies’ Evening Slippers. Boy’s suits, knee pants and shoes, fancy suspenders, gloves etc. CALENDARS FOR 1896 ornamented with a beautiful photo gravure of the Jefferson county court house, given free and mailed free to any address. Send in your name for one. J. L. CHALI1X <t CO., BIRMINGHAM, ALA. Branch of J. L. Chalifoux, Lowell. Mass. wmammmmmmmmmmmmmms II 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 same price—75c a bottle. H. BARNARD, 209 and 211 Nineteenth Street. D. B. Luster, The 19th Street PRACTICAL SHOEMAKER, 217 19th Street, Has added a general line of FACTORY MADE SHOES to his custom department. 10-I2-2m J&. Slxa/ve fcr Ten Cents. X3:air Cut for Z5 Cents. JVL- ID. LOFTIN, 117 20th Street. Skilled whito barbers. lt-G-tf_ John Vary, Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery. Office No. 11 First National Bank Building, Birmingham, Ala. 10-22-lm__ Cripple Creek Gold Fields. FREE: Information regarding mining stocks and properties. Write the Meehem Investment Company. Members Colorado Mining Stock Exchange, Denver Col. 12-6-3t Delicious : Steak, ROAST OR STEW, CAN AL WAYS BE HAD AT MY STALL Mutton, Lamb or Pork and all animal dtlicacles. Stall 11. City Market. BEl'T HOXiZEE. 7 20 U Tuesday. Dec. 31st IS THE DATE AND 10 A. M. THE HOUR WHEN THE Cleveland Bicycle, So long advertised, will be given away at our Store, 1915-1917 First Ave. The public is cordially invited to be present. A good Band of Music will entertain the visitors. The committee, consisting of the following named gen tlemen, will present ihe Bicycle to the lucky one : ft. N. Rhodes, IV. J. Cameron, Jos. F. Johnston, J. B. Cobbs, If. M. Wilson, Felix Drennen. A ticket will be given for every dol lar’s worth of merchandise purchased up to the above date. Very respectfully, II, WEIL <£ BRO., Merchant Tailors, Clothiers and Furnishers, 1915 and 1917 First Avenue. (POTTER RUILOmi ; Why do you hop as * if thorns were sticking in your feet? ' Come to us and avoid this dis- , comfort. We fit your feet iNeat aKtd Cheap, j ♦♦♦♦♦ M. P. MESSER, i ; THE FEET FITTER. J \ J2010 Second Avenue. Telepohne 84. / BAR-LOCK TYPEWRITER." Writes every letter In sight of operator. Does most of the work In writing AU TOMATICALLY and yields in the time thus saved additional work. It acts as if it studied the convenience of the operator at every turn, and there by lightens his labor and renders him capable of doing more. It has a knack of keeping well and is always ready at critical or other times. These are some of the reasons why it is different from all other writing machines. BRAZEAL BROS. General Agents . . . For the State of Alabama 223 and 225 21st Street, Birniineham, Ala. Other machines taken in exchange for Bar Locks. Repairing and cleaning a specialty. YES, TIDE IS WW\ -AND H. C. Abbott & Bro. can show you a larger assortment of Gold Watches and Diamonds to select from than you will lind elsewhere at very reasonable prices, also Sterling Sil ver, Art Goods, Clocks, Fish and Game Sets suitable for wedding presents. We have a large assortment to select from. Quality considered, our prices are very low. H. C. ABBOTT & BRO., 121 North 20th street. Toys ! Dolls / « Picture Books / Cheap/ Cheaper/ Cheapest/ —♦— W. H. OWINGS & CO., 2028 First Avenue. Get prices.