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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1889, Trenton, New Jersey                               VIIT. NO. 2H4. TKKNTON, WKDNKBDAY AHvrKKNOON. OClOKWR 1889. TWO GKNT0 I HE POLIllCAL WORLD. Meeting of New York League Democratic Clubs GROVEB ILEVrLAMTS LL1FLK. Mafia Meeting of Republicans tit NPXI Senator Hlscotk and Speak Tlie State Ticket arloux Political of Interest NEW YORK Oct J3 second nnnual convention of the New York btate League of Democratic clubs was held in the banquet hall of the Hoffman house yesterday Among the prominent Democrats present were President John Boyd Thacher of the State league Hon Daniel E Griffin chairman of the state executive committee Governor David B Hill Maj John R McNulty Hou Norton Chase, of Albany, benator Jacob Cantor, President John H V Arnold of the board of aldermen Edward B hitnej William P OMallv of Ontario U alter IS Kernan, of Oneida W Parker W liliauis of Hudson, Norman C Lord, of tstchester A Prmct of buffolk and V> F T nn sing, of Herkimer About delegates w ere present President Thacher ca lied the com entlon to order and introduced Hon John H V Arnold, vice president of the league, who made a short address of welcome as presi dent of the Young Men s Democratic club TWr Thacher responded D E Griffin chairman of the state execu- tive committee was made chanman and made a brief address Governor Hill Speaks Govemor Hill then appeared and was gieeted with long and tumultuous cheers In the course of a long speech he Raid "The campaign in which we are now en gaged is a most important one The de- mocracy of the nation is looking to New York to see what we will do They are look -mg with k' eat anxiety and intorort for tho outcome of our campaign. Our platform placed the party precisely where it stood one year ago We have taken no step back ward W e have given an assurance of con sistency and good faith in our attitude be- fore the American people One year ago the Democratic party made a deliberate pledge committing itself to tariff refoi m We re- iterate that pledge, and propose to fight it out on that line, no matter how many years it mny tftke to wm Our platfoiin distinctly says that we have never and do not now advocate free trade The statement is an accurate one We believe that sufficient revenue should be raised to meet the expenses of the government economically administer ed, and that the raising of greater levenue is iinnecessaiy and unwarranted "A Democratic victory now will cheer the true friends of reform in every state m the Union It will encourage every stalwart Democrat and clear the way for a national victoiy in 1892 Compliments Cleveland's Administration "We believe that the surplus should be reduced "W e believ e m a sti let construe tion of tho constitution We believe m the sovereignty of the states We believe in the honest nnd economical administration of public affairs. The present administrate n, the longer it is in power the more clearly shows how wise capable and just was the administration of Grover Cleveland Proo ident Cleveland amply fulfilled the pledges of his party He conducted the affairs of state with ability and for the public good. Ibe Political Situation "Tn my conversation with our southern friends I found them confident and hopeful In Virginia I met the Democratic candidates for governor and lieutenant governor They are making an earnest and energetic and a hopeful contest, and to them and to the nation it is an important contest. It in volves everything connected with their po- litiral life, and the best wishes of the democ- racy of New York is, I am sure, with them in their struggle Our people m other states are active and alert They are not dowu cast, but are organising for victory In our owu state the people fully realize the im- portance of the issues before them, and are preparing for that victory which I feel surely awaits. Ex-President Cleveland's Letter. The follow ing letter of regret was received from ex President Cleveland NEW YORK, Oct. 21, 1889 Bat-tow 8 Weeks, Esq DFAR SIR I am m receipt of your in vita tion to attend the convention of New York state Democratic clubs, to be held at the Hoffman house on "the ?2d mst I am glad that you were considerate enough of my mtnation and feelings to give me in oppor- tunity to infer from your note that my failure to accept your invitation would neither cause great disappointment nor be construed as indicating any lack of interest In the work which the clubs represented in the league have undertaken Those organizations had their origin in the heat and activity of a presidential election, which fuiuishes plenty of that enthusiaauj upon which political easily sub- Bint. While they are certainly veiy useful at such a time, it must be conceded that the noise and excitement of a campaign are not conducive to the accomplishment of mmmon ary work or to the effective of political ti uth. Thin most important work can better be done in more quiet surround ings, though usually it is not then so easy to maintain political It hnn been too often the case, if it may not be raid to be the rule, that political clubs, whatever their declarations of perpetuity mnj have been, have oily lived during the in which they had their birth, and only perfoiiued temporary campaign work. I itm very much plopsod to leai a that the League of New York Democratic clubs in- tends to make the of which It is composed permanent aguuciea for spread- ing illustrating the dovlrlnes of the Democratic pai Ly at all times and in all cir In mnHng tma effort the league is to be congidtulated upon the fact that the prin- ciples of Democracy occupy at this time a larger place than they lately haye in the of the party The study and propagation of thooe principles afford strong inducements toariociatad effort and, what is better, effoi is are invested with a value nnd importance as great as the prosperity of our land and as broad hi their beneficence as the welfare of nit our people. I look to the agceuriancy of the principles upon which true Demociacy rests, which will be gieatly aided by the activity of such as yours to oocmo usfrom wast- ing extravagance, from demagogic pretenne, from section11'! nnd from the wide- ly-read coiruption of our guurtfge. Could labor effort have Bi eater or higher to- OHitivee than the accomplishment of thitn r iltol Yours very truly, GHOVBK Cr cvxLAfllJ The Chosen. The committee on rjominnttons presented toe Hollowing ncRet, whion elected President John Boyd Thiofler, Albany Vice Walter N Keenan, On- elrla, W H Burke, New York, Barkar HudSOA, Ihorpv Queem, IV r (TMall} Oulailo Hampden Ruub ji k Cuitls Wk (..1st of the KeaolutioliH P instil Fxtended resolutions ratifuiik the stut ticket reafrhmiug dcNotion txj the UilMill ballot lefunn ommend lug Hills ot tht MJ- all I Huxkii lulls condemning political mink upon-candidates) foi judicial ollkc dtn finding the calling of a coiibtitu tioual eomeutiou advocating home lulc tci cities pi rs llatifjiiie the State Oct M The lie public an state tulet lullflicl lust n in hall of er Lilian by a lirige tuinout >f K i ubli ons 1 he hall crowded when i hhu H t c hail man of the mictmn u eonipanii 1 Ij Senator Hisc >ck Col tt Jnc >bus H Bellamy Ju 1 James K Hahlou Chance luditn B Rogers James M Bciiuiid Hit, hn Jacob M Pattiison Chalks N Taint nnd man} others came upon the platform Iht} were greeted with loud cheers Senatot Mistook R Speeches weie made by Elihu Root Sena tor Hiseock Martin Cooke and otlieis, Senator Hiscexk declared m faM i of eu c uraglng American sh ppmg He eliel ue t enie whether it wis called subsich or epithet was applied to it he wanted c HII goods can led m eier achantuBeous niaikets existel Most it the stnatoi s speech was denoted to an at of the Democratic State adminis tratiou Well Knoun Republicans Present Hon Mr Cook of Rochester nominee for comptroller next spoke and on Governor Hill s ofhcial acts in a ei j unfa vorable mannei Gen Ira M Hedges and Hon James M arnum nominees for stnte tieasuier and attorney general also bp ke Amon0 the well known gentlemen acting as uce presidents of the meeting were C M Depew C N Bliss C A foeward Howni 1 Crosb} ftoah Jesse beligman t F Shepard C D O Mills Samuel Sloan W Astor Henry Clews bhei idau Shook Bray ton Ives J Plerpont Morgan and H O Armour There w as much enthu siasm show u Political Noten 1 he Republicans of the Second assembly district of Quitns county N nominated Henr} C Johnson, of I ong Island City for the assembb In the Twenty sixth Republican senatorial district convention at Ithaca N Y Thomas Hunter of Cayuga count} was nominate 1 Senator Michicl C Murplij has been nommated bj the Count} Democrats of the Fifth Ne w York senate district The Democrats of the Fifteenth (N senatorial district have nominated John M les of I1 ibhklll L W Emerson of Warrensburg N Y was nominated by acclamation for senator by the Republicans of the Nineteenth dis- trict D M Kane, who was nominated last week as an independent Democratic candi date for the assembly has been indorsed by the Republican convention of the Third district at Elizabeth, N J The e luuuitLet of twenty four of the County Democracy met at New York and appointed a committee to draft a reply to Tamman> s refusal to co-operate in naming a tieket It was decided to name candi dates as follows- for the county offices a choice of two men being given in all but one case For judge of general session1', Assistant District Attorney Fitzgerald foi registei Patrick Keenan and Judge 0 ly for judge of common pleas Roger Fos- ter and Henry Beekman for judge of city court John Fennell and Joseph Newburger for president of the board of aldei men, Al Ian Campbell and Creu John Newton It was decided to leave with the district lead ers the option of adjoui ning the senatorial conventions until a union with the Repub- licans could be consummated. Stabbed for u Seventh of a Cent. NLW YORK Oct y Jeremiah Lynch, an 18-yeai old machinist, should ever recov er he may well claim the distinction that hisjlife was attempted in a quarrel over the smallest subdivision of a cent that ever nei ved a murderer's arm His assailant was an Italian chestnut vender, Pasquale Cetis, whose stand is on Park row Lynch stopped to buy a cent's worth of chestnuts and after giving Cetis his penny was told to take seven chestnuts This the boy did but Cetis suspected that he had taken eight and demanded the return of one chestnut A war of words arose, in the course of which the Italian drew a olasp knife and plunged it into Ljiirh's a wound three and a halt inches deep and penetrating to the lung The doctors pronounce the injury serious but not necessarily fatal The Ital- ian, who is 3.) years of age was arrested. He denies the stabbing Waiting for tile I ord s Coming PRKUEHICKSBLBO, Va Oct 23 able excitement prevails in vicinity of Screamersville, Bpottsylvama county at the Adventists' camp meeting in that place Those gathered there predict that the world will come to an end certainly before the end of the month A number of farmers have left their homes, turned their stock out on .the commons and are hvirig at the Advent- iste' camp Others refuse to work and only go home at night Many have not sown their fall wheat on this account and say they will not yutB single giamof need in the ground, as the Loi d is certainly coming this yuar About fifty persons are living at the camp wafting patiently and confidently for the end of the world Convicted of Auanlt New BRUNSWICK, N J Oct 23 Blaney and William Tash were convicted of wuult upon one Weihiuuller last May at Franklin park Sentence was deferred They assaulted Weismullcr and a man named Acker in a dispute over a horse trade Acker afterwurd shot and killed Tash's brother at Princeton, and is now m state prison A Jerney Mmderer Convicted. NEWARK, N J, Oct tiial of 6usta> Willnnghaus, charged with the mur- der of Phillip Daly, has ended. After being out hours the juiy returned a verdict of man slaughter Governor Fnraber Better COLIMBLS, 0 Oct 28. Governor Foraker is much unproved and his physician stated that he would be out in a few days. Snow In Mlohlgaa EAST TAWAS, Mich., OA 83 ---The ground here la covered with snow A heavy north easter is blowing Try Miner's Dy.pepnliiCure Sold by Piepttsd 1. C. "iller, BelTidere, N. J. or b, 1 What beautiful Photos made by HOLD- IIDOB, 4  the- balance ot (xxi thus re- maining the commission had the sum of (jOO and this is being disti ibuted among the fnt classes The Hist three classes c nij rise nonpiopeity ewiieis the fourth class UK hides thisc who all of then pi opcrt} an 1 the fifth c lass is maele up of clerks and others who lost moie or less large sums The scuctar} rq orts that claimants in classes 1 J and A xcoptmg as to the amounts anpi opi luted to ori bans) had been paid on the basis ree omrneiide el by the boaid of m quit} except in some cases where changes had been made aft i lef leuc to the com inittee on classlHealtem and distribution TORTURED BY BURGLARS I'ohtunUr KithbcrH limn the feet of a C.erk e> N D Oct Two men gained entianre to the raigo pibtofiice during the night bnund and the clerk, Harr} Wilton applied a i eel hot poker to the soles of his feet, alid com] ellcd him to give up Che combmaTi jn rf tue vault door In the vestibule of the were forty or fift} 11 nit.teicd packages were opining these Milton leleused himself secure el a revolver and shot at the men not, however until they had time to blow out the light The} Knocked him down and escaped, secuung not moie than in currency In then Jiuiiy the} kftovn in money on the desk They had openeei only four pack ages w hen they were sin pi ised" by Milton The latter s feet are burned, but not Sn KniglitH at HORNI i LbViLi E N Y Oct 2.) city presents a scene of animation the occasion be the seventy sixth annual conclave of the Grand commander} of the Knights Tern plai of the state of New York Coramand- eries from Rochester Troy, Bingharnton, r Imira, Ithaca and Dunkirk ai e present aud tho remainder of the state commanderiesare represented by delegates The Grand con clave opened at 10 o c lock in the asylum of De Moiay coumianeiry where the delegates weio greeted with an adeliess ot welcome by Eminent CJrand Commander F H Robin son A response was made by Right Emi- nent CJrand Commander Sir Austin C Wood, of h} racuse At the ening session of the grand conclave the following grand officers were elected for the ensuing year Right eminent grand commander F N Mabco, of Malta commondpry, Binghnmton veiy emi ncut deputj grand commander, Oeoi ge Me Oowan, of Ztuobia commandeiy, Palmyra eminent grand tralissimo, G F Loder, Monroe commnnderj No 12, Rochester, eminent grand captain, Gen E L Gaul, Hud son eminent grand prelate, Rev C L L v- mg, Brookljn eminent grand senior warden, J H Brooklyn eminent grand junior warden J W Bowden, New York, eminent grand treasurer, R E Chnstance, Ithaca, eminent grand recorder R Macsy, Brookljn eminent grand standard bearer, H A Noble, Buffalo eminent grand sword bearer, J A Mnpes, New York, eminent gi and warden, Ai thur Me Arthui of Appollo commandery No 15, Troy Unenslneiw at Yale. NEW HAVEV, Oct 23 Yale men who have shown symptoms of typhoid fever in a mild form, and several sufferers from typhoid malaria, have been sent to their homes to recuperate The faculty have also granted leave of arjsenco to any student who feels at all unwell and desirM a few day's change This privilege been taken ad- vantage of by a number of men The un- easiness seems to be increasing, though the situation does not socm to call for alarm, as no unusual amount of sickness has developed, nor is a serious outbreak threatened Off tlie Top of HU Head. CHATTAVOOGA, Tenn Oot 23 Jake Ma- tilae, a known young man, while play- ing with a bull dog pistol, discharged ito contents into his head, blowing the top of bis head off llnttnnatl Signing CINCINNATI, Oct 23 Cincinnati Baso ball clu) has signed Knight, of tho Torontos, and Rhi ies and Hai Hngton, of the North- western league, to play next season. Book and Job work done at ihort notice, the TBKB I-ON office. Jnmho Ooal. Before, yon PUT, oome look at onr itoek hard and wtU THE GIANTS LOSE AGAIN Thu llioiikltn 1 cam Oui II HI DifmU Ui.ui at -V k Ilk O t I ill assemble I at tin jml groin It t i s. 11 t thud gum f i the i hi s 1.1 t si I tween the j n sent t huinpioiis ai Ml Hi k Mi was i tl I t i Bn wink Muki) I h t tl hoiiois tci tlie (tiants Ihc nit tl btaitwasim f blueing HI M tl jit t is le ci ill] clh 1 tj utiu 1 tl Hull of mid HuJ il s tmth uaj to Caiutl 11 t Ewnigwus UI ill tho bat I N ik Clarke duuicd thi mask fi i 11 H khis and hiB woik utter Mrbt inn i t. vvlini t w men stole sinnd n him i n u 1 i ablj with that t r wing New Yoi k stai I tht run t, t L, n tin fhbt scoring iuns on li t Ii mill Ewmg Conn i an 1 Kit liar 1 1 i khn tied the sc< it in heseienl i t i lulls a two bagger un fi 11 and t s, i li t In the third Brnnkhn took tin I i i pelting three runs n base i 1 ills I ms single a muff all I wild tl trt 1 uud i i i lid Tin (nouns me H as lib n ltll HI the liuith Loiklnll lea 11 with a home urn hit OMI thi left lit-11 fin Ihi kl us mud m i hits in tins inning tw an! a sinfjk tut line He 1 lint, 11 pt them frt m set rniL, N u 01 k t k a hand in th m tlu hftk MI hit safel) am1 e11 t second on Hi h ardson s base n balls 11 11 mi ke then hftt 1 the ball over tlie kit tl 1 1 fenc< th bases In the last hall l tho fifth Bn khn tallied tniie in tw base hits an 1 a btiiple and th s ic S to m r of Biookhn Y iki du d this kail m the sixth by uiakiiif, i jus n u thite tu i singles an 1 an enoi lliis ended the run tin unh k vvoull plebnll} tied the si r an 1 rhans n< n had not eluikmss put a 1 p to tho ntist The ninth iimiiu, im 1 11 i staited and N  uill th game 1 !u was as t llous New 0 n Br xikh n i 1 (I l s Buttfii s I 1 i 1 n u J 1 ttlML, s Car itlieis an 1 lai k THE NEWS IN BRIEF Tips from tin Wires Cartfulf) nil. 1 Professor k Grosman f lentown Pa whi was supiwjscd to taken lefugi m Can i 11 tw j yeais af, aftci ti mi his emplojeis n )w claims that IK has n in Ulontown dining the entire past tw his taimlj Prosecution is now bai H d by the statute ot limitation Hri 8 L M Bai 1 u died M mday in i n mg at 'ElsiiKK hei at dim Cove, LI Hi r d uth fellows i lose) i n that of her husband a famous hnui( in Ni H "iork wtuil pait 1 tin hli on lulj K) The juij at I ast n 1 i m the (a.se if William H Baitliol mm the muider of u U Dilhaid n tumid a verdict of guilti of muider in the first degree It is d that tlu I all OIIISL descendel with the aid of a paia fi m aheightof 14 INK) fit t anil lauik lmsaftt> at ohei hampt m rngland The following foul th (lass jKistmastus m New Yoi k state. IK in appoint 1 I Swick I a-st M She Id Willsboi ough The eastern sj nod of the Ri Toi nn Mini h atAllentonu Pa has adjoume 1 to meet at Reading next ear A Smuggler PORTIAM) M Oet W In the case of the United Mates vs schoon i 1 Ina Way of Eastport anteaigoof ntv tine hales )f woolallegeel to have been from the provinces Ju I0e-Webb his niv na cision in fav >r of tho goveinm nt d elarmg the vessel f it itcil with six lls f wo 1 T1 e t H i s v i n h f un 1 t U 'on i 1 The Importance of purifying the Wood can- not be overestimated, for without pure blood you cannot enjoy good health At this season nearly every one needs a good medicine to purify, vitalize and enrich the blood, and Hood s Sarsaparilla is worthy your confidence It Is peculiar In that It strengthens and builds up the system, creates an appetite, and tones the digestion, while it eradleatea disease Give It a trial Hood's Sarsaparilla Is sold by all druggists ftepared by C L Hood Co Lowell, Mass IOO Doses One Dollar PEERLESS DTE8 H. OOUNSFIXDE-AT-T.A w, US Btate Street, Trratub, M. J. H. OOUNSELOE-ATVT.AW, A KiuHit Buii-nras, oomer SUte and Warren Y AW H. I j Bale DepoWt rt Bnlld 'f Stfexrt, TlMitnn, N. J, m Rnd MIXCII PAIHrt (ATT Tlrvcd Jf, line Hoot WOW A TTAIAI. of AH done in M.np Pro in tt e n i-ln: t r n THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUICE Tim FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Combined with the mediuml Mitm.1? of ptints ktirmn to be mosl bcnefii.nl to the humau fiirtinng an npneible aud effcrtne hxituc to pertna nentlj curt Hibitnal Consti pation and the main ills de pending on a weak or inactue condition of the KIDIRS, LIVER AND BOWELS. It i tl most excellent remedy known to CLEANSE THE SYSTEM EffECTUAUY 1 cn one is B li is or Constipated THAr- PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP, HEALTH and STRENGTH NATURALLY FOLLOW one is using it and all are delighted it ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR MANUFACTURED ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAH FRtHCISCO CAL. HCW YORK H i. F. APPLE04TE, Comer State and Warren Orrici J 9 A M 'Forat anl1 Blchey Building HOCTES TRKNTON, N J The Fya a Specially. YOU THINK YOUR EYES ARE GOOD' Ifv u have tin m examine 1 jouwlH prottft' 1? (1ml that there h voracthint, wroDR with them, at 1 that las H uill IK. a ai 1 Ir tn you "D11MVMA Vnspi Which arcmilf (nlylviH ai 1 u< tnin i   inual price 10.00 M Ninth St. OPTICIANS. '.PHILADELPHIA. Betwoon Chestnut and Wqlput JUST Ol'liNlil) AI WAM-IG' No. 7 North Qreene Street, The very choicest lot of Alt Hosiery and Gloves, Which Is oar Grand Specialty, and which we offer just one third lower in price than last year Jast think, TADIF.1' FINE-RIBBED UNDFKWEAB, 26c, worth fully 40c anywhere LADIES' CA8H- MEEE GLOVES, at IZc 18c and 25c all worth one-third more all over the city CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR In all grades, together with a new stock of SATIN, MER- INO, SILK AND SILK PLUSH CAPS AND BONNETS Fiqnislte new styles from BOc upwards Infants' Cloaks and Complete Outfits. The very best of STOCKING YARNS, SPANISH YARNS AND GEEMANTOWN AND SAXONY WOOL Corsets, Muslin and Cambric Undergar- ments, Hand-Knit Goods, Infants' Cloaks and Long Robes, nil new goods Notioni of eveiy description. T T'x1 -I Treutou. Only Ooodi Altogeiher. Tf you want to borrow money on Real Estate or Collateral Se- curity, If you want to invest your Idle Funds at Interest, If you want to deposit your Valuables for Safe-keeping, If you want to Rent a House, If you want your Rents Promptly Collected, If you want your Property Managed and Cared For, Tf you want a Surety, Trustee or Assignee, If you want any Information regarding Real Estate in Mercer county, The Rtal Etlatt, Soft Truit art liH. at ai J. I-1T t- Umbrella H Covers. ONLY lUREE MINUTKS. Gentlemen will secure economy and convenience by buying the patent DETACHABLE UMBRELLA COVLU, which they can put on their old frames In three minutes Theno uuveia am duiablo und mnnafaotured from all varieties of umbrella Silk and Linen and all Silk in various qnuLi ties Medium FOR SALE BT DOBBINS, The Hatter, 15 East State Street, TRENTON, N. J Weight WINTIiR i i c A I l i. A. W. HI, Men's Furnisher, 14 N. GRKKNK STKKMT. WK ARIi STILL BIDDING 'H'OU'ii J-'jriOlTA.' And offer the very highest appreciation and beet service OUR FALL OFFERINGS are now ready and we invite yoa to an inspntion of our IMMENSE stock of NEW AND DESIRABLE STUFFS The style in GOODS are handsome (hie Fall The demand will no doubt he for soft, SMOOTH FIN- ISHED GOODS in Plain, Btriprs and Plaids Side Band or Bordered Goods are desirable, M yon get the trimming rijjbt with the gooda We have a xplendid line of them Side Band Goods all in 45 inch width, ranging in puce from 49c for all-wool goods to 79, 89 and 98c a yard The all-wool SURAH CLOTH any color yon may want, at 49, 59 to H9c, 46 inches wide Oar ALL WOOL HENRIETTAS, in Black and Colors, we warrant the VERY BEST VAI UE IN THF MAKKKI We hare ALL- WOUL H.LNKILUAS, 4B inches wide, fane finish, at 59, SS, 79, 89" and 98c These goods in Black are silky and heantifal In CLOTH DRESS GOODS we can give yoa any color you may wish, as well ft PLAIDS AND STRIPES in ANY COMIIINATIOV OP ranging at 39 49 and 59c. for 40-inch goods OUH GKEAT COLLATION is served in 'Oar Daylight Cloak Room" on the gronnd floor Here we show the finest line of LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S GARMEN IS ever shown in Trenton Hundreds of styles of Gar- for TwtifS, hnndrerla for Misses and Children In LADIES' PLUSH GARMENTS we have the Short Jackets, Medmrn-Lengtb Jackets, Sacqaes and Newmarketg ID t'LOTH GARMENTS we have a beautiful line of Jackets, Paletots, Newmarkets and Wraps in the new EMPIRE AND DIRECTOIRE STYLES yi All of oar are made for as, especial attention being given to the finish and fit. All shown UN fHK OBOUND FLOOR NO 8TAIBS TO CLIMB BAUMGAKTNHR'S, 17 19 HIS IS MliANT FOR YOU If you are looking for the bargains we are showing in i l i i c i INJ rv1 i i "i CI.OTIIIN WE HAVE AN IMMENSE LINE OF FALL QVKRCOATS In all Qolors at all Prices In ever; Grade and Style. CIlILDRIiN'S CLOTHING, Great Variety at Low FigurM. VKXI A SPECIALTY, we give yon piioi- for rjending of everything we sell. i Underwear for Full and Winter? we Mil yon anything yon may want in MliN'S FURNISHING GOODS. we ue Tailors and i flue line of Boito-i Prior 111 ltlC>   

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