Charles OD, Cigar Holder
St. Aloyiius Church Fair To-nieht. To-nieht. To-nieht. St. Alovslus Church fair will open to-night to-night to-night In the Church Hall on Barney street. P. W. McKeown, Esq., will preside. preside. The addresses will be made by Congressman elect John T. Lenahan, Mavor Klrkendall and others. The following additional donations have been received: J. Morgan. Lsq j nvo dozen pairs stockings; Mrs. M. Hoban, bed comfortable; Mrs. Aregood. one dozen towels; Mrs. Ruth, dolly; Mrs. P. Tosh, hair mattress; Mrs. J. i Burns, hand painted pictures; Mrs. W. Hughes, slippers; Joseph Rice, parlor lamp; Art Store, South Main street. largo picture; William J. Lahman. two dozen pairs stockings; Mrs. Helfrlck, sack of flour; Mrs. Mary Butonawlch, 1 blankets; Mrs. John Coylo, lace tur- tur- talns; Mrs. Mary jonnson, nan aozen silver spoons; C. H. Turner, chest, of tea; Moore & Dooley, order for one pair of shoes; Miller & Co., groceries; . . . . . . . i, n A a menu, pair oi buiuj, an". Barrett, hand painted sacred neart; Margaret Dingle, bed" spread; Mrs. John Dogerty, umbrella stand; Mrs. Patrick Lynch, centre piece; Mrs. William William Tlmsley, canned goods; Mrs. Pherldan, (fct of knives and forks; Mrs. C McCall, Vase of canned goods; Mrs. Mary Ruddy, bed spread; Sisters of the Immaculate Heart, fancy work; Charles Becker, South r Main street, candy; Glides, East End, sauer kraut; Crystal Palace, ten pounds candy; M. J. Stout, cigars; Smith, South Main street, candy; O. H. Tobln, cash, 5; Andrew Kclchner, cash, $10; T. A. Wright, -car -car book; Oertrude Cooper, baby sack; " John Kilcoyne. five dollars in gold; Mrs. J. J. O'Donnell, Carey avenue, half dozen sliver tea spoons; Mrs. Turnbaeh. Barney street. Ave dollars dollars in gold;, Coons ft Co., dress suit rae; Murray & Maler, shoes; Charles O'Donnell, cigar holder.