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TOE Ol?EGO!T DAtT.Y JOURNAL. POItTLAKt).. TIltJTtSDAY EVElTClTCr DECEMBER 17. irns.
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AVNTTAL JP3EB TOM 950 TO flOO
The liquor license committee finished
its labors this morning on the regular
nsnor aDDllcations. and reached the ce
cislon that restaurant licenses should
.be rs.lsdJrom J50 to 1100. - Twelve an
plications were held, P.. pending the
final :declslon ef the council. A large
number of applications which were oil'
1ertionatle to one or more - of the conv
mittee Will also; wait the decision of
the council. ' The applications deferred
n this , account ? were" as follows:
John Keller, 460 Gllsan; "WV U PuMam,
''284 JJorth Third; Henry Lan, 85 North
Becond; Capdebasque. & Clark, 275 Ev
erett? Nelson Hussey, 87 Fourth; ttector
Jklonmal, 275 Davis; C. Brown, 174 Ev
erett; Toney Jrnand, 280 Everett; Ma
fcel Liberty, 275 Burnside;, Louis Trum
mer, 325 Washington; Fred Johnson, U
Couch; ; Ben ; Brmoser,- 261 Frontr A.
fiequin, 27,,FirBt; J. Q. Fehler. 675
KronttJBreiter & Eberhardt, 108 Russell:
W. F. Geisler, 25 North Thlrd(known
aa0l saloon); R." J. Rohse, 1587 Mac
adam: Hart ft McKee.- 32 North Third;
M. I Smith,' SI North Becond; F. 11
Redsecker, 190 Fourth.
Not signed by any of the committee:
Charles Mailt 1015 Belmont less.thah
400 feet from Sunnyside school; Dell
Bedford, 278 Taylor, bad reputation: L.
Trummer -ft Co., Jn Paris House; Fred
Ryan, 48 ;NertlrTu "'".' wider Paris
House; Cosftipjlifan al6on, 61 hi North
Third: Dan J.v Williamson, 268 Davis;
JosncH Wilson,-274- Davis. . v , -
MR." MITCHELL'S -
' GkEAT SPEECH
Continued' from Pago One.) ' '
existence, of 'an individual nature, had
done so much toward the development of
Aniericah occupation 3 and" setUement.
American commerce, domestic and ' for
eign, and American civilization s has
the geographic, military . and scientific
expedition: acros the then . trackless
American continent by Captains 'Lewis
and Clark 100 years ago. ' ' " .
v He quoted from President Roosevelt's
speech delivered In Portland to show she
character of this expedition and the
. mighty consequences flowing rfrora it,
and paid fervent tribute to the mem-,
ory of Thomas Jefferson, through whose
' agency the Louisiana territory was pur
chased and the Lewis-and Clark expe
dition sent forth, , " ...
'- If for the grand universal exposition
?etit Louis the government felt Justi
fied in appropriating a total of $8,478,
000, then the great empire of the Far
West feels warranted in expressing the
belief that It is entitled to a fraction
less than one-third that amount. -
The Pacific Northwest has never had
a dollar in aid of an industrial expo
sition. Ha showed that the Oregon
country. ,not including Wyoming and
Montana, had received over $20,000,000
In customs duties alone in the past 63
-years, over $14,000,000 In Internal reve
. nue receipts in 'the past 40 years, and
over $20,000,000 from the. sale of pub
. i' 111 .' 1 ' 'i
lie lands, making a total of almost $55,
000,000. , In all that time there has been
expended all told for rivers and harbors
in that area, a little over $13,000,000, and
for all other Durnoses about $9.000.000..
The Oregon country has contributed
$125,979,918-33 to 'the wealth. of the na
tion .ifrprectousmetal alpnftr- He dwelt
at length and. with much eloquence on
the exalted purposes of the, Lewis and
Clark exposition. - He then1 went Into the
history, ancient and modern, of 'the Ore
gon country In minute and careful de
tail, coming down to .the "first real as
sertion of sovereignty In all thatt vast
region In May, 1792, by Captain" Gray of
Boston, and the subsequent clinching of
the UtleMhrough the overland Journey
made. years "later" " by Captains
Lewis and Clark. Je .went at . some
length Into the -old "Fiftyrfour-forty or
fight,'.' which was'the Tallying cry of
Folks campaign, and which, from the
Subsequent backdown on the part of this
country lost her so- much valuable ter
ritory. In support of his statement 'of
the capacity of what was once known J
as me (Oregon country o xurnisn nomes
for 60,000,000 people, he -called attention
to the fact-that at the end of the fiscal
year there were undisposed of 86,500,000
acres. He then pointed with pride to
the enormous development of the coun
try and its enormous and varied natural
resources and the Importance of the sec
tion as an outlook over the broad aolno.
upon our far-away possessions in Ha
waii and the Philippines.
FOUND IN RUINS
(Continued from Page One.)
Tou often have heasrd this appeal.
Now, I need money, and I appeal
to you "Save me! , But It'll be
your gain. I am selling off my
entire stock of high-grade "
AND CUT CLASS
at your own price. Auction each
day at 7 a. m. and 2 p. m. Tou
can buy anything In stock for
whatever It will bring. ;
Beats Beservea fox Ladies.
t- - 1
T. McDonald. Auctioneer,
80SM WABHIjrOTO IT.
glne company 4 had a very narrow escape.-
These men were on a ladder pour
Ing a stream Into the second floor of 89.
Suddenly the explosion occurred , Inside
Ue building but a few feet from them.
The Joss bouse of the Chem company
Is located on the third story of No. 87.
ware and silks, valued in all at about
$5.000,, all of which, together with the
Idol,, .were destroyed. Whether it was
uninsured could not be learned, although
there is a rumor in circulation that the
Orientals believed their god could pro
tect himself from, harm, The, hall of
the . Bin Tong was also damaged and
much valuable property destroyed.
Water rushed In streams into the plant
of, the American Typefounders' com
pany on Stark street, causing a loss es
timated at between $9,000 and $10,000.
Other firms In the neighborhood. In
cluding Big Slchel St Co;, sustained some
loss by reason of water.
. v Will Create Karoo.
The fire Is likely to create havoc
among - the Chinese,- because many of
them lost; their certificates of residence.
This will cause them trouble when the
lmmgiratlon Inspectors call around.
Among the merchants . whose- stocks
were., damaged along Second street are
Suey Wo, Wing On, Hop Tick Wo, Tong
Ylck, Hop Sung Co. .
Charlie Young. ; a ; well-known mer
chant, had between $10,000 and $15,000
In his safe. When the situation became
very dangerous this Was dumped into
baskets and carried lo a place ef safety
under the guard of the police.
, :.'V:. .'''-.V ' ' i!1'.'. ' Ill " I.I IPI HI' W-'tl. I';.
,' Waablufton Burma ot The oimi
Washington., Deo. 17. -Senator Mitch-
en nas introaucea a Dili to establish a
life saving station tiear-the entrance to
'Representative:. Williamson today In
troduced a bill to amend the law per
mitting the use of the timber on the
"public domain for mining purposes so-as
to extend the provisions of the act to
Oregon, Washington and Idaho, He also
Introduced a bill, to extend the privilege
of the National Soldiers' homes to the
veterans of the Indian wars.
Continued from Page One.)
A OUAJtAWTEED CUM TOM PUBS.
pitching, BHna, Bleeding or Protruding Fit.
Tiur druggtat will refund Bioney if PAZO 01 NT
WKNT fniln to rni-e Ton in S to 14 dT. BOc.
$fOw nuur xtzx ssroma
because of Improved facilities, Superior
Instruction la spelling, grammar, writ
ing, arithmetic, correspondence, com
tnerolal law, bookkeeping, business
forma, shorthand, - typewriting, office
work, etc Hundreds of our graduates
are new In business for themselves, or
at work for others a bookkeepers and
stenographers thousands more wllL b.
Open all the year. Student admitted
any time. , Catalogue free.
PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLECE
: AJMC UO WASXtarOTOa'.
A. r. ABKItlOia, rrinolpsJ.
Have You Given or Received a Watch
1 for a Christmas Gift 1
, If it bears, the stamp
Elgin or Hampden, and in
Fays or Boss cases all'
guaranteed for 25 years,
you can rest assured you
have the top notch in
watch perfection. , -
In fraud, and officials guilty of It thereby
established tbelr.own, unfitness for pub-.
llo employment . '-
" "Eighth The employment of so-called
laborers, to do Vlasslfled work was
clearly, Illegal, and under ; the express
direction of the civil service rules, to be
punished by dismissal from office.
Strawy ray Bolls, .
- "Ninth An agreement by any publle
officer with any person within or-out of
the public service,, that the latter shall
receive .the moluments of publlo em
ployment unde( the pretense of being
employed, without rendering any ser
vices to the government, -constitutes a
conspiracy to defraud the United States,
and, if followed by any overt act tending
to its accomplishment Ty any of the par
ties, renders all of them responsible un
der the, terms of the United States re
vised statutes, section 540, - .
'"Tenth -The detail of Thomas W.
Gilrrief; to, different i work of ; a. lower
grade and at a reduced compensation by
F. A. Vanderllp, then acting secretary
of the' treasury,' under all jth circum
stances atepding it, was apparently un
just and oppressive, and certainly disas
trous to the public interest, since it
would be generally and naturally under
stood by those cognisant of it as a punishment-inflicted
on a faithful public
8ervant,Twho had, by the honest dis
charge of his duty, incurred the enmity
seems to have been preceded by no suf
ficient inquiry on the' part . ot Acting
Secretary Vanderllp. and would render
proper an investigation of the letter's
conduct were be still in the. United
States service. '
'laieventh While we express no opin
ion as to the propriety of Seymour, W.
Tulloch's removal from the office; of
cashier by Postmaster Merritt, the pre
cipitancy and discourtesy, shown by the
latter in effecting this removal seem te
have been without Justification, and tend
to xart grave doubt xipon"the" good tatth
or his explanations of the removal lt
elfend his course was clearly regret
table in the publlo interest as leading
naturally to the belief that the cashier
had been In fact removed for his failure
to comply with irregular and even il
legal demands upon the funds in bis
Bugrg estJona Made.
"We very respectfully recommend:
"FirstThat a thorough investigation
be ordered, if It has not already been
ordered, (a) of the administration of
the Washington postofflce; (b) of the
administration of the New York post
office; c) of the administration of the
office of the first assistant postmaster
general, within the past three years.
It is probable this recommendation has
already been , in great part and purpose
anticipated by the action! of the present
postmaster-general ; but we are - not at
the moment of preparing this report
fully Informed as to the scope of the
departmental inquiry now for several
months in progress under hi orders,
and 'we venture to submit It We have
been favorably impressed by the seal,
fidelity and intelligence of the postofflce
Inspectors; and deem them fully compe
tent, under the supervision ef the fourth
assistant postmaster-general, to conduct
an investigation, as is here suggested.
second That .a carefully chosen.
small commission- be appointed by the
president to report -a plan whereby the
work of the offices of the controllers and
of -the eeveral auditors may be removed
from ell political, personal or other ex-
trnnAOUH InfliiAnp.oa' thA nfftMnlii thap1n
1 employed protected from lniurv throueh
the enmities they may incur in the dis
charge of their duties, and the complete
competency and Independence of all en
gaged in this branch of the government
secured through their selection by free
competition, promotion, for merit Only.
and assurance of .tenure during the con
tinuance of fidelity and efficiency , on
weir own part." . v
Heath to Oet stock.
The report says H. J. Truesdell of
Binghamton, N. T., of the canceling
machine company,' told -the inspector
that before the. order of June SO, 1800,
was given for 100 Doremus canceling
machines, 200 shares, $20,000 worth, of
the stock, of .the company was trans
ferred to First Assistant Postmaster-
General Heath. Heath promising to
order not less than S00 tnsehtnea ei 1-225
each." In his affidavit, Truesdell states
that Green, a state senator from New
York, told him he had made this agree
ment with Heath at the Waldorf-Astoria
hotel one Saturday night and that he
thought Truesdell and Doremus should
"whack up with him.". Truesdell states
he agreed to contribute his share, and
lie transferred 60 shares of his stock to
Green for that purpose.
Truesdell further states that Green,
at the time, submitted to htm a tele
gram or letter from Heath acknowledg
ing receipt ef the certificates of stock
and that afterward he. Green and Dore
mus discussed the matter and Doremus
e greed to contribute 60 shares of bis
. Doremus denies -any "knowledge of
stock having been given to Heath, but
states he did contribute 50 shares of
stock, par value $5,000, .to Gfeen to be
us-jd for. the best interests of the com
pany.. .v'': . .;-; :"
Truesdell further states that Gren
at a subsequent date, purchased back
from Heath this- stock. ' Doremus ad
mitted to the inspectors that Truesdell
told him subsequently the stock which
Green asked them to contribute was to
be transferred to Perry S. Heath in con
sideration of receiving a large order for
machines.- , .
f . 'v V .
ask $15.00 for, and all we ask is
Buys here a beauty; ladies
or gents' size, what others
Jloo a week:
This is simply an- inducement to show you Portland's
leading Furniture Store!'
- , v.
L GEVURTZ & SONS
FIRST AND YAMHILL STS. O
Truesdell said Hhe payments made to
Beavers were cashed at the bank , by
the1, former, bookkeeper, ' lira- Ida ". jL
Crowell, she bringing the currency o
Beavers at the -office of the company
lore,-and then absenting herself from
the room -when Beavers called to '; re
ceive the currency; that : the payments
were entered by the company as ''com
mission account," and that the payments
which Beavers alleged were to be di
vided with Perry 8. Heath were made
with the' positive -knowledge and ap
proval of - George E. Green and W.
Doremus. The evidence against Heath
was .submitted to the. grand Jury here,
but the district attorney decided It was
hot sufficient to warrant his Indictment.
, The -report quotes section 373S of the
revised statutes, inhibiting contracts
with congressmen;'"' and "7- sayr- Beavers,
nevertheless, made contracts with mem
bers of congress , for the rental of
premises, either In their own names,
the names of thelr-agents-or some mem
bers of their family. Mr. Bristow says:
"A careful ' Investigation, however.
does not show that the government has
been defrauded by the payment -ef ex
cessive rentals to members of congress
euner airoctiy or indirectly. I recom
mend, however, that all leases where a
member of congress is a party,, be can
celed and leases executed in conformity
with the statutes.
"There is no evidence to indicate that
Beavers' 'reckless and high-handed pro
ceedings in the matter of leases was
the result of any" general scheme of cor
ruption or blackmail on his part His
purpose seems to have been to place
members of congress and influential
politicians under personal obligations to
him ..... , . ,. v..;.,,:...,. ........ .
The report says the case of Assistant
District Attorney E. E. Baldwin at New
rork, charged with knowledge -of a
fraud against the government and in
ajUtingly. refusing information te In
. Established 1884 -The 5tore Noted for Best Ooods at Lowest PricesThe Linen House. Phone Main 73a. "
LADIES' VESTS AND PANTS fleeced, ' nicely
trimmed, standard' value, 60c, sale
25C WARNER'S RUST PROOF,
. akir oMi . THOMSON S GLOVE-F ITTING,
rue rri cnoATFPi rfpifdm moftm
vZ : ..45c
VO , ,, .t. f ..:
LADIES' VESTS AND PANTS, French ribbed
, wool mixed, regular $1.00 grade, gale CA-,
( price .;:... i J.....0UC
LADIES' VESTS AND PANTS, whitf, gray aqd
earner hair, lovely goods, wortor : C Afi
$1.60, aale price.."..'T. ... vIvU
UNION SUITS, best values oa earth
at 6pc, 7o .and. ..
CHILDRENS' VESTS, PANTS AND
DRAWER8, very nice, priced at... s.OV
CHILDRENS' SCHOOL HANDKER- t '
raluea oa earth j qq '
All colors; all sizes.
SEE THE KANGE OF STYLES THAT WE
SELL FOR : ;t
35c, 45cx 75c and 95c :
Have you eVer seen the REDFERN .C. that we
' :, are offering at $1.50? The Corset Is worth
$3.50. ' ;'-:
WE CARRY OVER 100 STYLES' IN. CORSETS
, .We t fit Corsets at the store or at your home.
Come and See Us .
LAMB'S WOOL, standard price 35c,
1 sale price ... ..... . ..... . ' .. mOC
CHILDREN'8, wool heavy and fine,
ribbed, regular value 40c, cut to LOC
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S COTTON HOSE,
best bargains on earth at'
"No Mend" Hose, 21c ;
LADIES' FANCY HOSE, lace 'open work, -stripe
In. endless variety, at $1.50, r:.. '"C '
$1.00, 75c, 60c, 35o and '... koC
We Make a Specialty of Child
renrs School Hose
TAM O SHANTERS reduced from 25o to .15o
' The 60c grade cut to k.....2So
MtllWSiA ' . . .... si ... M-. 1
vnicro, coiorea ooraers ...
Cloak and Suit DepartmentBest Bargains on Earth
Walking Skirts PROOF " " Men's Goods .
Inr order td fully appreciate the true merit 7 , 1 3 , , " " ' , MEN'S SHIRTS AND DRAWERS, extra, fine,
of the values that-we offer In thls4epartr
ment, the garments must be seen. .
The Skirts that we sell at
$165; $2:00, 52.50, 53.00,
53.50 and 54:95
Would cost you double the price elsewhere. : "
. The Shirt Waist
In heavy Whi,te Oxfords, Mercerized - Eateens
and.Flannel that we sell for " .
JWe have the .documentary -evidence and
. 50c, 75c, 95cr $1.25, and $1.50
Would cost you double the price elsewhere.
See our Flannelette Wrapper at goc, 75c
1 and 95c -Just see them. ,
what la more we have the goods.' We secured
at the closing out sale of the H. B. Clafltn Co.
of New York and of Flelschner, Mayer .& Co,
of Portland, ladies' high grade1 Tailored' Suits,
Skirts, Shirt Waists, Kimonos, Wrappers,
Furs tor 60c on the 5100
Garments In other houses loaded down with
big fat profits, and then reduced, still leaving? a
.handsome marginofj?roflt, are not to be con-j
sidered for a moment In competition with this
line of goods. v
Secured for 60c on the'ShOO
We are Headqaarters for Housekeepers' Supplies
TABLE LIN ENS Here Is
Where we Shine.
Those who have shopped "with us for a
Quarter of a century will tell you that we are
. noted t or .- , ,
Sound Table Linens. ,
We carry every grade from the fine satin
double damasks at $3.60 yard, down . . 25fJ
NAPKIN8 from $10.60 dozen down v
s .to, each, 'fcii'v,.
IN TOWELS, TRAY CLOTHS, PLAIN AND
STAMPED DOILIES, SIDE-BOARD CLOTHS,
LUNCH AND DINNER CLOTHS.
Cushion Covers, Tapestry and Chenille
Table Covers, Sllkoleens and Cretonnes
- special .......... ........ is..
MT. HtfOD ISHIRTS, white body, colored fronts,
; regular price 50c, sale' - . ?yp '
price ".... ..Imwi J.OC
' ' The $1.00 grade cut to 60c ' v T
. The $1.60" grade cut to 75c."
Best Bargains on Earth -
FINE. HEMSTITCHED HANDKER. . g
. CHIEFS, white and colored borders ... k.uC
SILK INITIALHANDKERCHIEFS sure
.white and-colored border, .t. . OZn 1
S5c,''5c; J0o and v..M..,o,m,OC
SILK MUFFLERS at $2.00, '$L60 . f-tx
, $1.00, 75o and ...... ... .....m, V...OUC
GLOVES $1.00, 75c, 60o and Vl.'.'.'.......25o '
SWISS RUFFLED CURTAINS perfect in r--y. FOR WOMEN AND P.HILDREN, best, malde at"
kVsV 1 J--Vl, . $2.25,$1.9Q, $1.75, $1.47, $1.25, 97ci 50c, 45c
75c, 5100, ana 50C -. mm i
'i : i '' Comfortables
- LACE CURTAINS, handsome patterns, new , ' ., ... . . . -,1' '
stylesat ' -. Silkolein covered, .white cotton filling, regular
i ? i en - ftA ti 7c et en et -c- .pr,c Af'25 c.ut to;vv W v.95?
u, faou, .w, i.uu, , xne ii.ou graae cut to..... 4. .., ..31.19
$l.uu, wc, 7dcf Ode ana due
BEST BARGAINS ON EARTH IN IRISH
r. POINT ARABIAN, CHENILLE AND TAPES
TRY CURTAINS. . .
WHITE BED SPREADS, at
$3i0, $2.75, $2.25, $2.00, $1.75, $U0,
$1.00, 75c and 50c
$1.76 grade 'cut to.".r.: ..S1S
High grade 'Comforters' and .down, cut in prices.
OREGON WHITE WOOL BLANK 3-' ,
ETS, worth .'$i60,' sale price .....PJOd '
COTTON BLANKETS, white and colored; f .
extra specials at, pair $L00,' 75a and ..OdC ;
Big Bargains In Colored Wool Blankets '
! New Store Grand Entrance Right on the Corner of Third and Morrison Sts.
NOTE IN ORDER TO FAMILIARIZE THE PUBLIC W ITH THE LOCATION OF EACH DEPARTMENT, WE OFFER SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS
torney-general, that the case of his
father, Judge Baldwin, consul atrNurem
borg, who. Mr.' Bristow says "probably
knows as much about the fraud as any
body," Is referred to the secretary of
state,' '-! .i-...,.-
r ; . Indorse Bristow fteport.
The Bristow report is as -a whole In
dorsed by Messrs. Conrad and Bona
parte, but suggest that all names con
nected with the transaction .should have
been made public. It further- says refer
ence should have, been, made to the
statute of limitation,, which leaves op
portunity for offenders to go unpun
ished, and a recommendation be made
for, its extension to five years. '
ARREST FOR FRAUDS
(Journal Special service.)
Dallas, Or., Dec 17. Deputy United
States Marshal A. A. Roberta of Port
land arrived in the city this- morning,
having under arrest Albert Harrington
of ' Falls City. Harrington la charged
by A. R. Green, - special agent of the
United States land office, with having
falsely impersonated an officer of the
United States land office. The complaint
is sworn out before United States Com
missioner Bladen of Portland. -
The defendant is charged Withhaving
persuaded different parties to relinquish
their right to certain claims they had
been . holding. '
Harrington has. been placed under
bonds for his appearance before Acting
United t, States - Commissioner Holman
tomorrow afternoon at X o'clockTUnited
States District Attorney Hall of Port
land will appear for the state and Dis
trict Attorney Hart of this city will
KOBOAJrS MAX A WITJtXSS,
. (Jonrnsl Special. Service.) ' r
' New York, Dec. 17. Steele, X P. Mor
gon's right hand- man, was a witness
in the United States Shipbuilding com
pany case today. He said that $2,600,
000 of each kind of stock bad been re
ceived by the ? Morgan company. ,''
, TXXST OOMCX, TIST wbxtiisi
- We hsve the only complete line
of SKIM TOM BVmira In the
city. Just received full assort
ment of colors and shades.
. PRICES 65c, 63c to $1.25
: iraw x,07 o . -
B sure to get one ' Of these
while they last. Our Points are
all tested and guaranteed. ,
PRICES S3.3Q. S3.SO.S3.30
TOB TOTT XABStXB JTtrETOS
All our Clocks are tested sev-
eral days before leaving the fac
tory and thereby guaranteed
ToumrHirB . oou - tlatvd
CLOCK 6H inches high, bevel
plate glass '
V - PRICE S3.23
LOTTOS OOUD-rXATTD CZ.OCX
8 inches high, bevel plate
' : glass
. PRICE $2.93
Tzxra oou ruriD exocx
8 inches high, ., bevel , plate'
PRICE $4.00 '
" Alarm Clocks
. 65c and 93c
- SWA AX.ASk.01T TAirCT
rOOS, TBT BBSTZO
PRICE $1.63, - "
), anniif (a
Fourth and Washington
"GET IT AT JENNINGS"
THIS FINELY" FINISHED
Always. Remember the Foil J4m
Bxauve iiromo nuuuca js srtf r
1 One Day, Crki 2 Diys& SfijCyT
CnrsS CoM fai One Day,
Special Values in
Xmas Slippers ....
Greatly Reduced Prices. Souvenirs Free during
the HoKdays. See our windows for popular
priced shoes that wear. V Newlocatioa
MAIUCS shoe cq;
,291 Morrison St. I . Near Fifth
With 5-inch legs massive and sold for $22.DO. The
round extension table of this pattern-we will sell for
$15.00, Stock-taking begins January' 1st and we
find that we have too many tables and are lessening
them in this manner. ' " '
' ' 1 . . j ' . ' . .
' ' " . We have a very handsome line of : '
ladies' Desks, Combination Book- ' '
cases, Fancy Chairs and all kind3 of
Parlor Goods suitable for Xmas, - .
. .. r ..-.... 1 ( . r .
V "OET IT AT JENNlNGSM
HENRY JENNING & SONS
THE CIG RED FRONT BUILDING ,
I . ' ;i72-l?4 First Street
speciors, nas been laid .before the at-