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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOU Vin. NO. 9137. TRKNTON, BATUKDAY AFTTCKNOON, OCTOBKK 1L, 1890. TWO CKNTB HEFELLONTHESTREEl. Associate Justice Miller Strick- en with Paralysis. HIS OMM IS U KU KITICAL. Ihe Inline nl jurKiH t utlru Left SlUe 1 uulist I 'inl little Hope Is Kel- Ui t iliieel of II LumeB of n I innlly Alteilril by the Malady is (Jit 11 -Ihe Hou SHU uel 1 Milhi se associate justice of tlie 1 si. i' i -mprune court, Btrnktn after noon while H the street ind his condition la very c rilical Justice Millerwas returu- niK from the Cap toi, and had just thghtwl from a street car at Ihomas Circle tthen he first el ie nuioed anumb- III lllo Irfffc Hit He was with n iwyuidi of his .istckuee, and re trouble e n (U i v o r e d to reach it bj quick- ening h s pan His left leg refused to per form its fun lion an I became more and more lilts n liiibnaaB finally PT Uncled to the c nine left Hide The justice, a man of detei initiation a mighty ef foil attempt 1 to himself along He perhaps 1 hiM succeeded but at this point IK h 11 tj er >ss a street cur track 1 jbblestones Upon these he atumblHl reeled an 1 tlmont fell Here lentil 1 hown r nn I s ennngly aware of nppr c in n- i nniiesx nt'iun put foitli >Jii-itl t l roach bib doorway, 11 I n j 1 uf His Own Home c i re inie lnn> hoyv e II III I-roll iis i i-.ni eM-r at t'nt. i i nient in d upon the rough 'bl-tnes f the cirri leidmR to fifty seven of the crew Breached lanl his res lui e the JuMiee nu i. i -i OL uu lie u e J LVIII Ills life In piole lie piisse'il the tliuu limit of 70 jean in 1HM5 but nenejr i 15 indlca tlou of a desire to take ad% ml of it nor, in Iced, w ah there an) reason wh) ho should Until the present time he bus been as vigorous physn ill) and mentall) nb most men at oO ami he has constantly done his futt share ofwork oil the (Tench Person ally, Justice Miller has tiUwijs been one of the most popular meu in asliingion He treated every man however humble as au equal and with a delightful conrus) In social life be was brimming ovor with fun and goodnature anil jet never deficient in dignity He has been married twice, and a nou and daughte r bv his sec- ond wife are both marriecl and luue fam llvnt A daughter by his (list wife married Ihfi tats District Afuiuej i-mklitH ol WashniL't OVER 500 WERE LOST Further of the Sinking of the Turkish Wurulilp I rtoutjroal SAN FKANCisco Oct steamship Belglo brings further details of the loss of the Turkish frigate Lrtougro el Japanese papeib place the cause of the disaster to explosion of the boilers during a gale According to the reports of sumvors who wbrtrljTougTirU) Ji-oUc tlie rngato Icrt kpliama Snpt 15 for Kobe On the 15th a gale sprung up oft Klshlnesld miles from Yokohama and a beav) s i running Suddenly a temftc noise was heard and all was confusion Tbe meu and ollicers were mostly below in the berths Ihose not immediately killed rushed up to find what remained of the vessel was sinking Capt, All Key wan RI >n on the bndtte for a moment with a lamp in his ban 1 and was heard to cry Sine jqurbelf Ihen he disappeare and is seen no more Navigation Officer Iley also perished The chief engineer was almost the first to die He went from the cibm to the engine room just before tbe explo- sion and was literally blown to atoms The sea was soon full of debris in winch the men fought and strutted for llf> Osniiiu Pasha, the adimril wins Mm mlng toward bhore when he was Miu k m the head a spar and sank Out of a total of WX> souls, onl) six ofllo re an 1 fill Kith his Hne U lift side He fell upon h fit which was baclh cut b) the rough hi ies A.H tl is time h id) servant hid ht jl in the doorw i not noticing that lu-t Mllerwis iii, roiehmg and not until! jusiiei fell v is he iware ol his l> i H nn nediatel) hurried to his nice ml with the help of others lifted In1- ice teirared steps leadnu t h -.il be w LS l il iinconsc oils After being 1 to In-, room be putially regained i-misu ms i mdliUr n, after the sic laiib wh t n 11 been Mimmoned had ad ministered nn dicines he wholl) recovered His lift side however s til n m i iecl tinmb, and his left limbs were n-cl His tribulation, while it could be un 1 r-too 1 w is thick and heavy He n rtstin., tasil) but a return of the pjirdhtic siiok at iiiy moment may carr) him flit Hi to realize as do las famiU his recarious conlition His phjMUa is Lincjln and Cook hold out but little hop of recovery His son Mr S F Mill r Jr bald to the Preb-srepies ntitue that because of the athdiic el i f his frither the family en 1 bjt little bopej of recovery Paruhsi- bi fill r.n in the familv-and an aunt i 'i f ithci s side had died of it His Pftlui hid ilwnjs Teared it and at h id hud rem nitons of his ap pr i lehin-! file. 1 IK fac t Hi it this was the hrst stroke 1 in some little hope that his fullers life ini-bt be spared for several 3 ears to c n c Me nil of His Career San uc i 1 Mi' ei K) A] nl IMd mil is consequently now in u 1 tr of his He was gr iclu itc 1 tub m jr at tbe Universit) of Iriusjh i i uid at hrbt elected to adopt the proft" i of medicine After practis ing as i a few years, however, he decid el to btud) law, in which profes sion lie soon rose to eminence His sym path) with the northern side of the slavery question determined him to leave Ken- luckv and in 1850 he went to Iowa, In IMii President Lincoln appointed him an associate justice of the supreme court, and for many years he has bcon the senior justice, Justice Field, appointed in 1883 by Lincoln standing the next In order of seniority A Judicial Giant- Justice Miller by common consent has been regarded as the strongest man on the supreme bench ever since he took his seat thereon On two occasions he was selected for chief justice by the appointing power President Grant decided to nominate him for that office, but it was argued that it would be an affront to Justice Noah H Swayne, who had served longer than Jus- tice Mi .Jr, and as a compromise Morrison R Waitewas chosen During Mr Cleveland's administration the question of promoting Justice Miller was seriously considered by the president when Chief Justice Waite died, but he was dissuaded by his party associates and Mel- ville W Fuller was appointed chief justice instead Some of Hla Famous Opinions Justice Miller has always been a strong authont) on constitutional law, m which line he has earned a reputation second only to that oLC'hief Justice _Among the best known opinions delivered by Justice Miller were in the slaughter house cases of Louisiana in which he denned very clearly the line of demarca tion between the rights of the government and those of the states, and m the cele- brated Hallet Kilbourn case in which he held that congress, as a legislative body, had no right to take judicial proceedings against any citizen, but that such action must be left to the courts as having exclu sive jurisdiction m such cases He ha! been the legal adviser of the presidents o] the United States on many Intricate ques tions, and it is probably true that no American jurist ever stood so high in the estimation of the leading men of both po- litical parties His Work Is Over. It is hardly possible that he will ever re- Many of thesse were so badly injured tint fcfcey are not 1 t i recovei Ihe ves sel was an old one an 1 was formeil} used as a training ship Ihe engines were of English make and bore thediteof 1855 Subscriptions were opened for the reliff of hesunivors and the and Ger man gunboats lent all the assistance pjs .ible Up to Sept 21 13J corpses bid been ecovered and most of the survivors had wen removed to Kobe for medical treat- ment Ihe vessel Musha Maru vyhicfc found ered durmg gale Sept K together with Capt Trahm and hft) men was tbe latest add n n to the fleet of Niphm Yusen Calshacom iany and was the sti ingest on :he coast, Ihe vessel was built at Hen Tew and cost about iXSO (WO It was reported that the sailing ship Maru, belonging to tbe same compiny, had been lost in Ku channel and that oniv five lives were saved out of thirty on >oard MAYOR GRANT RENOMINATED Tde New York City Ticket Chosen by Tamm my Hall. The, lammanyHall count) convention met lont night and nominated a full cit) ticket as follows --ForMayor HughJ Grant foreoiwpt-roller, Theodore tbe present incumbent and nominee of the fusiomsts (a Count) Democrat) for president of the bo ird of aldermen, J V H Arnold, for sheriff, Police Justice John J Gorman for district attorne) Delance) Nicoll, of Sharp trial fame for county clerk, Judge Leonard A Giegench for coroner M J B Messemer, for superior court jud0es John J Freed man (the candidate of tbe fusion ticket) and David McAdam for judges of the city court, James M and Joseph A Newberger, a County Democrtt Tithes to Support the Cures MONTIJFU Oct 11 T ifleshe bishop of Ihree Rivers has issued an crder by which farmers are to pay 50 pel 1 000 bales of ha) to their cure Ihey are to be refused the sacrament if the) neglect to do this The bishop says that not enough grain from which they derive their tithes is ramprl tn pnuMe the lue This is a new departure, and has caused a great sensation among the farmers m the prov ince It means a large revenue for the church The same order will be issued by all the bishops Formerly the habitants were exempt from tithes on hay and paid oul) on grain Ihe effect was to induce farmers to give then attention to hay growing and so evade the tax Nellie Cl irke s Jury Disigree R I Get jury m the case of Nellie L. Claike churned with forging and uttering a forged note at the Mechanics' Savings bunk in this city dis agreed last evening standing ten for ac qulttal and two for couv iction Mis! Clarke admitted to bail in the sum of which was furnished b) H C L. Dorse) and William H Draper and the indictment against her was continued Tbe trial has occupied the whole week and greatly engrossed public attention Miss Clarke was arrested in New lork four months ago, just as she discovered that her faithloos lover, be- whom she bac sent large sums of money, had married an other woman Testing the Payment Ltiw Rociltslhi! N Y Get the gen eral term here a case was argued that was made up for the purpose of obtaining a jutficial interpretation of the new weokl; payment law It is entitled Ihe people of the state of New York against the city of and the nominal are men Joyed in the various city de partments, who recite that their sala continue to be paid monthly, despite tbe new law Ihe point in dispute is vvhethe: the law applies to city officers or merely te laboring men employed on city work GliidKtone on the Tariff Kill LONDON, Oct 11 Gladstone ha sent to a Nottingham correspondent from Hawardeu a postal c ird giv ing his jipmioi of the new United States tariff bill H nays "Ihetunff act is, as )ou will sup pose, m my deplorableerroi, attend ed with severe and cruel cons quinces t innocent persons I whall ceitiunlv desir to find an oppottumty to offer icnmrks on it in Midlothian I'OWULII Absolutely Pure. A cream of powder. High Mt of til In leavening .length. V. 8. OOT fliiiment Eopo.t, AnrfU) Ex-Preildent Haye> Deiilos It NORWALK, O Oct 11 -A correspondent doubting the truth of the purported inter terview with ex President Hajcs in Ney York by the Columbus Post s correspond ent regarding the McKinloy bill wrot him a letter asking i( it was true, and ha received the following reply from him "Just received your letter Bie allege' Interview is a fabrication No interviev on the Biibject occurred I never said any thing of the sort to anj body I npv er sub mil to be interviewed on polltloa subjects Ift It not BnrprlBlng that nearly every bonne hold in tbe country should be acqualntec with t he merits, virtues and the healthfu ertlesof Root Boort A 25 een THE PRESIDENT'S TOUR. A Hearty Welcome from the People of Kansas. ASMBIHUU ISIIr IHN 1 HI St I .ill. SHI, V.tinun fuiMddtm to luiucle ii tin 1 je nt n Honor but the Ordi i of tlio C oimmiueter Be tnlt cl by tit" loll-KA Kin U t railroad station here w is pa ke 1 with pec pie when the preji tr un i u IH in Die 1 cal committee esc rle 1 the presi h ntial arty to carriages un I Irovetothe state house, where the presi Ie nt rev lewed the parade of bcildiers rrom the st ite honsi the presi dent was di iv en to the t opel uid bouse, where luiiche on was seivcd after which the president gave a re ptiou t j the mem- bers of his old brigade ett) ofluials and others After the reception the piesulent went to the fair grounds where he made an t-i T H in Hia fair grounds he w i-. dnveu buck t) tht railroad Bt-atiOH- and after S-y-clock the piesidcut a tram left lopika for Kansas Cit) Cheers for Hn I'll lili nt and I'arty hi li the re si 1 n' u iv el litre he was w irmlv vvelc nm 1 I v N nator Govern ir anil other distin guisl ed cUUein >f kiuisw Ihe prcMili ill's passage through the treets of 1 jp kawus enthubi istie illy eiveel He vv s chitrcl continuously lo ig the line s tund on the ova i m given to th icsi lent w n Hie rectp ion accorcifd Vnat ji s He was 1 ecled bv tic veteti s fr m the be to Ihe i ml uf th in ir i to the st its louse Vtimn., at t e -.t i t !i the wuup n line 1 n_ street to re iv the p iricle Ihe pi s 1 i t jcl up nit in h ind and b wid t j the. passing pro cebsiou Ilcivr Vre Ben" hen the 111 n is nt came jre-tst of tn pre i lent s carriage the first lUuuiisti iti i eniel Rev Allen iiuekner, Iht t Parson rode ip and down tic line cnnu Illinois he home fine 1 tin 1 nine c r href eleir-, f r the k it uf the L nitecl Matis 1 ht v were n with cnthtiM 1-1 i lit mmilxi- cf the Iirst Brigade tl e presi lent s c Id br m li, came .nastpinti division ml cht red as the) went b) Ihe luwa halted and cheered the Inch in i eliviMm arrive 1 al ihe place of review Mijor deort.e Noble stopped in fr nt of tlie president scarrmge and a d times It 1 the v Urans in a rm_' 141 cognition i f ih chief t cntive H lo Ben how   i i n ir ah adages aretujgc-it U-a i i e ar of appomtm nil i i t ir ret i i s bould nol 1 i iir ftl futireor t pt you to unbaf   Let us io It f >rw r 1 w i t li h L ite thrift pa l D P n i ht> H h aits a 1 i patriot lovefo II kisi i 1 1 T i j have an au 1 q f il 1 1 i 1 Ii r us A Little O il tainted The pres Train ifter leaving To- peka ran it a verv rap d rate Ihe tracl bad been c le ire I and he win els spun ov e the rails a' i n e ti it in i le the car fl; about on IN prn ,s U Lawrence then anotlii 1 ir_e u wd to which thi president vpoKi In thi crush of thosi who vveie ende iv oi n to r ch the car anc shake ban is vv Hh the i little gir famt-td lite? president sh iking hands nnd motionc 1 t flu cijwl to aratc anil give tbe g rl tir Helj her out to the e 1-Ct jf the eroiv 1 said th president n id then tuiii to the eage crowd that stood w ith outstretched hind he blinok his he id and sud I ini afrai to begin shaking ban Is igam At AtchiM n there was another hug crowd Tin president mil Sen tor Ingall were enthtiM i-ticall) cheered and th president britfl) At numerou towns between Atclnso i and Kansas Cit great crowds h id K ither d the president and he m ule brief speeches U Kiuisai Citv KiN'U' m Oct presiden reached K insas Cit) at a qn irter lo o clock Ihe pitsicleiit und Tracv with the otl er inembeis of th pirt) weie trc t) i ridt about the cit and then taken to the i ite s Hi use vvher a bancmct vv is givui Pitsiclent Hairiso mach'ft speech and tl en retired to visi the rpsielc m t of his hi tlier Jc hn S Har rison who is a resident of Kansas Lit) an a Dtmoti it ic politic nm A public leception vv is gu L n in th Chamber of Commeice at 8 o click tb president making a speech and at o'clock he took his departure for S Louis The) Will Parade .lust tbe s ime ST Ltms 5io Oel 11 excitement was cau-.ee! in local (T A I and Sons of eterans iirclcs jetterdaj b the report of the following order fioru th commmdci in chief of the Sons of ans St Joseph Mo "loLient Col H W RVIVIAD St Loin; Our order is non politic il I vvill su pend all oflicers who participate in an political panicle Drop the Hiruson re ception II J Such an order coining on the eve of th arrival of the chief executive created grea indignation and was looked up in a: studied insult President Harrison TheC A R and Sons of Veterans had made th most elaborate pn paialions for today parade in tin piesideiitTs ITonor aneTwei not inclined to obcy the or ler Ihe lieu tenant colonel of the clepai tment, E W Goldsclinn H when seen said ctrljimlv clisiegard tho orde and turn out as tho pn si lent s eseoit is true that enn ition is prohibit! by Us constitution from pu ticipatmg i an) pclitlcil i I hut this not an ilTiurof that kind It is merely reccpti n to the pn si lent and politics cu no in tht matter Ihe presiden embodies tho executive authority of th constituti in and as sue h we I ave the Ugh to greet bun llns m in Kline is a 8 Joe reporter who was slU ted recentl and takes this mcMliil if n nging him self" Fall Bibles Dobbins, the l for Trnnka und Tftli Tow 8. PAPIM, ICfli S. Ihe oroaei N Iiiqiwat l Del Oct 11 II ioro- ?r j 11 i I hi I hi pout P w I t i ills ells iU.i wiut tn the works vis In after oon an 1 v t wnl tbe rei'i i i s ft! t hes f th s n e n John Him M I Iililel i 1 I n Huilehe M n I) Ian amea IJol i ltd II jxin Hiitst f I hi ti bodies will at ir I 11 a bushel Tin rt is an ai HT r> I a il in I part faface 1 hi thirpleeesar ill Mack ned pm is jf lhsh Ihe i M f in il is f tht six men 1 3 man) six separate pi s iiH u buried toda) u Inn h tl i idj n N 1 to meet 01 M t ht u deuce II I 'at rick and Mrs Ki I late }isurdii Jnftiun t t i it Jostph s tcmeteri Y r t he Dupunt hi tu attended for the ftdUon t lliiHUO Get Ihe L ase f the Consolidated 1 IheM K ,ompan> (1 lison) to th J i lupremc couit his bten j r .ase was dicnlt d lyur t uct 5 and T .do Uu tuiiiutl div u ssi wt 10 m 1 r> 1 initial ill Hi I 1, S s the 1 veil i I lls f I k i i lie Hi inters of 1 m tho npan} n I i 1 Ltul Ihe ilm tiffs [_ bill i ut pbiu n Is attorneys i k which w 1 nn 1 citation n rt issued directing .1 i i mts to appear at the supreme court i m 3 C tht third Monday mO t r 1SW fheappi il will be filed it tl 'i oi the clerk of the supreme court ji h I mtcd i thi _'0th mat, but tl is kt n ERifc HAITI Ind, Get 11 -U the lerre Haute race tt 1 u 1 1 record was broken this t n L 1 Bell tlamlm w ith Jnstiua as m it i ikm0 the mile m the fast Lime of 2 lo Mu i sc ring seu lal times Driver 1 nodded f  Oct In 1 inter col legiate tennis tournamt n i 1 tse and Shaw of Hai trd beat Pai i 1 i i litrs, of le h I 1 illaut of Hanarl b  iPnmni Utd in the for i an Get 11 H n il worn in re CM in ui 1 t Jtfens s f i o t si 11 a 1 who Admitted bu i j li in t the German t rt in i i -t !i I i found t uiltj tind sit 1 t i i nipnsunment a i s u i hnt i t KI incs hen 1 tr tt 1 1 f n i jirisf in la oncluded she w ill I x U 1 fi jm I1 r i it- Two SquutttiN Muideud O 11 tl U i 1 irth iii 1 Ills i q i ted o i i 1 n ne ir H[ whuh ii tlaimc 1 1 man i ir Vlhi [1( fnrju t il teiLiti n btiwttn t i and tht littti hud ft n ti -c i 1 son hfu J i daj of; is cT7rl ch met ii] MI tut i and son in 11 t 1 N H U Ml Ketuin i it 1 that to H i i t met w it i >1 nn It t met w it i >1 fit icl j i i ji k i iLLum Lo I u f r- t 1> r Sure II you have made up ur mind to buj Hood s birsapanlh J n t bt induced to tike any other A B n 1 1 h whose example is worthy Imitation tt Us hrr experience below In one store wl c IL I to buy Hood 9 Sarsapanlla the clerk tr r 1 to induce me bu> tnelrowuinsteadotll d lie told me their s would last longer, that I n ight take it on ten lo Get days' trial, that If I did not like It I need not pay anything etc But ht could not pi ei ill on me to change I t 1 1 him I hud t iken Hood's Sarsapinlla ki flint It was, uis satisfied with it and d d i t any other When I begin tiklng II ml s Sampanlla I was feeling real miser 1 IL with djspepsia, and so weak that it tmits I tould hardly Hood1 0 stand I looked like a I rson in consump- tion Hood g Sarsij ir lla did mo so m i li good that I wonder it mjstlf sonietlim i andmjrfriends frcquciilU It ELT i A GOFF 61 Tirr-u c Street, Ii ist n tlio nirtli d anil u-ulu -wlien i up f 1 V' is take n it is i- nit ind u (D tliL an 1 ai nil) >tt pii'iii) tl) in tip Ki Im I net and 1! >w< 1- 1 in- tl c ti m tiK tuilh, di-j In ul t anil jn loiiti li ilntUiil i iifation. if I ly 18 tlie i') ruin ly (if 117 kind pro lined, pli 1 i tlie tnsto and ai ct-ptil.le to the Ft-omiuli, pimupt in adion and truly benefit ml in its' 'I  -t lioiltfrv an 1 unoe il 'e siihstamc- its inuM quilitHb conhiiend it to all an 1 li nude it the moot {topulnr r H Le._, ie. Al Minim new sno Fine Umbitllas, in endless One lot fine Gloria Um wlneh sell at 50, we are now selling at coat, }es, trul) cost, 98c. Call and be eonvmeed I I I OPPOhlTE CITY HALL The larger ol SUPtKFINE TRFAW eiiot OI AT guarimtted to he the finest rmicle hi the U S will be found at ANGKT.O CAMRKA'S Fine Confectionery Store, TRhNTON N J Kancj Fruits, rpam Water, lc< I reuiii Slilfe SrJHkpRrt'Wiiiuiiiidt, Ac alnaye on hand, and the t est that can be and made Thewe uro ts PrlceH cnnven 0n t (or nil BE II KNOWN TO ALL PERSONS that tho aubacribors pursuant to ai art of the Legislature of the State of New Jerpey, outitlod Au ait for tho hotter pro tcction of man ufwcturor Hand bo tlora of ant dealris in mineral watora It er ale, And other beverages approved Marth llth 1881 IheTrtnton 11 ittiing Company, man ufactnrors of mineral waters hotttersj portt r alo brown stout latfor bc< r, ot( condu business at NOB and 4' West Hanovpr street m the city of Trfn ton New Jersey do hereby in accordance with the rovisions of aai( flut file an i notice fift follows All bottles and boxts the followin marks aid u mo thoreoi viz Join Stliroth H P Raeder fohnson A E oder C O Wro F Varner U Hhott R Uliott A. Ledho chain bottles with blue rnif on neck and, blu head all boxes and hotths with name Frtn ton Bottling Oo therton all bottles wit the above mentioned names and marks now belong to thoTrontnn Bottling oinpany This notice is givt n and do cnptton fllcc for the purpose of i rotot (ion under tho pro Visions of sanl act dbovn referred to Witness our hand, thin ninth day of Sop tember in the year eighteen hundred a ninety Witn 88 S KomuNB Tilt TRI V ION BOTTI CD lOlIN SCIIKoni Pnnident NOTUI All persons cantionod ngainat uam, those bottles bartering or selling tho same under penalty of prosecution, Ufl W iirlv I'pcdj nnd I m potency Loit Vigor an heilthfnllfrMtored oared Ptrti enUrsed Home free ftnd Bevioiy. XI. BUTTS, 1T4 Fulton N. V Emporium FALL AND WINIER 1 l J U! ISJ I INJ C 1 Saturday, Aug. 30. IIA I -O i. 16 Bast State nri ClAl JU, MANUrACTURCRS v CHESTNUT 51, PHIUADA ror a limited time we will sell Irom i large assortment of patterns as lullows Wiltons Velvets and 20. Kody Krussels oo. Tapestry Krussels 55, 65, 75. All Wool Ingrains 65. THE GREATEST OPPORTUNITY YET OFFERED. ointcrs for Hunters It VAlll tit t I llltlllllg[ tin-- F.tll, .intl v.tiit ti) tit 1 north dollai-s, oiii [i good on know ill unrtlialile niatnial-. and (10111 HI -t tk and admit lint tin lu-t ilotli and triiiiiiiiiii's That it iimkeiB VatLs' Clotlnnt' famous toi IN ntdtiKi-) and crteat durabihtj IC1-' A C. YATKS CO., 6th Chestnut. 13th Chestnut. (I ttlger Hullcling I A IKJI un rnn mi om i the mttliod upon li eondiRtnl htKiiiLsi-, ind madt U a sine ist- We IIIOIHISL itistoiiKi dollar foi eloll.u in C and unite a in VLITY, MAKING, TRIMMlNGrh VXD 1'KIC'K an) otht-r IIOU-L in or out ot tin and tn.1 tho ti.uk bt satista 1 uc. oannot bt unduisiold on H'all Capo Overcoats, c ic i OViECOATS OF ANY DESCRIPTION. Clothing neu and Iresh for Fall and Winter Fine Clothing to measure one ot otn bpecialties Full SuiN read) made Sinclair, Vannoot Co., 39 First Floor and 39, 41 and 43 Second Floors STATE STREET. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO 'i XX. Jf' M J.' J.' i- -t-rop., 140 PEARL 8TUEhT, PoBmtRLY HAMPTON BTEKBT TaBhti1! N J A loo. Catrtlvig 1 KLEPHONE M3 YOS'I1 WIU'I'ING TVTACTUNK No Ribbon. Direct Printing. Perfect Alignment. E. Challenger Co., GENERAL AOKNT4, NO 1407 CHESTNUT 8TBEET, Philadelphia, Pa. BUND M) HAD mis MAN Bought hi" of tht AMFTUCAN AND TAILORING 00., would not how ninth tht wind whmtltd thiongh hn Uilt. Wt clothing tht Hn, Bojt Okildrti BE8I TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING At mnoh Philcdtlphia pncw. Our grtak 8AHFT.F OVEKOOAlr! ftr worth onr flAMpTP BUHH, wsrth for for Ohlldrtn'i Kutt Snitt mmd CLOTHING MADE TO ton u tht htott m tht otnitrj with, "d otmt right alon-i to tl-t A M Til lAl Jo. 8 Cor,   

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