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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               Qfrenimi VOU IX. NO. 9110. TKKNTON, FKIDAY AKTKKNOON, OCTOBRK 24, 1890. TWO DIXON WINS THE FIGHl. Johnny Murphy Bested by the Colored Pugilist. BUTII JOOKHmn IUKD BOUNDS. The Uaverlilll I It'litc i Wai I'lululy Over matched fi torn tlio Aeij Cull of lime, but Made a IMuik> KtnUtuntH and Did Not Know When He Whipped f Oct Ihe glove fight between Dixon of Boston, antT Johnny of Haterhill, took place at the rooms of the Gladstone club, in this city, lant nitfht It was wou by Dixon, Murphy H throwing tip the Hponge in the fortieth round It was seen at the start that Murph} was overmatched, but it tooK Dixou two hours and forty five minutes to w hip him 'Ihe fight for a Hide ami a tl 700 trophy There was an immense crowd of sporting men in attendance from all Bectioni of the country had trained down to pounds and Murph) tipped the beam at the same weight Murphj's fighting weight is 1U8 pounds and when he stripped in the ring aiid faced Dixon it was been that he wus too fat, and in build and reach was no match for his dusky op- ponent who looked like a nleek well groomed lit to win in a canter Murphy's I-ndarance Murphy'n stajing powe.ru were Bimply marvelous and it is astonishing how he managed to com o up r jiinJ after round in the face of the niriblc punishment he re cened It was thought b> the wa> the fight started in that Dixou would win in short order and up to the (sixteenth round Kim.h IJIXON it looked as though the succeeding round would finish Murpin but he revived con Biderahly after rtint round md took his punishment iriviM Hi wa-s badl> used up at the finish and though 1) irely able to crawl our the ropes protested against his secondsthrSnini_ up Ihe sponge Dlcln'l Kn. n Hi tt 19 In fact he over to Dixon s corner after the reft rte li id n hib decision and offered to continue the figbt He present- ed a pitiable sptcttue bn face streaming with blood and his mouth open, gawping for breath Dixon seemed scarcely fatigued and was uninjured sine for a bruise the left eye and a slight swelling across his nose Dixon was seconded by Tom O'Rourke and Howie Holske Danny Gill and John Powers looked after Murphy Dan Coakely, of Boston, was referee The men entered the rme at 9 35 and the sponge was throw u up at 11 30 The Flcht in Detail. In the first round both men came up smiling, but Murphy looked nervous and plainly lacked confidence Murphy led oat, tapping Dixon lightly on the nose and got a return under the left eye. There were several heavy blows given and taken, both playing for the face Murphy's blows lacked strength, while Dixon's came in with the force of a miniature pile Jn the second round Dixon rushed Mur phy several times, and Marphy's clever work with his head and his scientific par rjing saved him many heavy blows The men came together from and Dixon sent in his right and left, dazing Murphy He did not seem inclined to follow up his advantage and time was railed very fortunately for Murphy A ''Mouse" Beside Marphy's Eye. From the third to the sixteenth round it looked like ft short fight, everybody ex- pecting Murphy to get a finisher any min His ability to stand punishment was phenomenal, while the successive rounds showed that with a man like Dixon he was no fighter at all While occasionally lead ing he was mainly forced to act on the de- fensive against Dixon's straight aiui blows At the beginning of the sixteenth round there was a big "mouse" beside his left eye and a patch along his left cheek bone In the fifteenth round Dixon thought to finish his man and, struck him heavily in the stomach He plainly fouled him twice, and" though "the fouls were claimed Murphy's seconds, they were not allowei From then on Dixon fought more warily, evidentjy intent upon tiring Murphy, who was full of fuht but was unable to get any where near the darkey In the sixteenth, seventeenth aud eighteenth rounds Mur phy showed up well Dixon Was a Little Groggy In fact he had the best of the sixteenth round He threw handily by a sharp twist when Dixon rushed upon him, and the fall lather rattled thecolored pugi list Murphy started for him immediately after he UD. nnd cettimthimneainst POW'ILIl Absolutely pure. A of powder. High Mt of fn U. 8. GOT Llit; ropts K In ID o si i 11 ai in bl B stpanted Dixun little 1 10111 tlit. ses tntLLiitli to the thirt) the nu u Hpairtdt iutiuusly Murph) getting in an occ isiun ill> cieau hit but gnidmill) grow nit under Dixon H he blows It a sin pi iso to tlit Hpeclatorn that Ditori did nut jump m and flnlwli IUH inuu but DIKUII is a yafe and tdutioua tighter uiid tnkiug uo chances Murphy loll In Corner lii the thirt} round rushed Murphy with both huuda Uixon Htrutk him ith tlie right and left full in tht face and Muiphj M head dropped It waa thought tliat he was doiie for but he rallied ducked hiajiead uuder_tlit ram of bloww and Htarted for Tus comer Dixou caught him just before he reachtd it and him to his knees btmg ua to defend himself, fell prostiatc m hia corner tie was picked up and Dixou started in to finish him when time was called The Finish. In the thirty-eighth round Murphy waa still game, although plainly whipped He recened tumble puimhuitnt in this round, as Dixon went m to do him in re- sponse to the cries of his friends Murphy stuck it out plucklly The thirty ninth round waa simply a series of terrible blows by Dixoti, intended to be a fin isher At the conclusion Murph) face looked like raw bctf His appearance re- sulted from a bad cut in his ear but he was a ghastly spectacle In the fortieth round he staggered to the scratch gamely and for a minute and a half tried to stand up against the cham pion Dixon pushed him to the ropes in his own corner and pounded bis face un mercifully Murph} tried to reply, but sank into the arms of his seconds who quickly threw up the sponge Dixou again proved himwelf a most phenomenal tighter, but Murphy's gameness was simply remark- able It was announced prewous to the fight that the Puritan club, of New York, would offer a purse of to be fought for by the winner and Cal McCarthy THE FIGHT AGAINST TILLMAN Judge Huakell'n on the Negro Vote In South Carolina. CHABLFSTON S C OCL at K Charles of Darlington recently addressed an open letter to Judge Haskell, tlie ant! Tillman Candidas foi governor, asking him to publicly answer this in quiry Do >ou rest jour provnect of elec tion solely on the white Democramfc vote, ordojou and your fn-uds mtenfto sup plement jour present following b) an ap- peal to the Republican or negro to the machlnerj of tlie election Judge Haskell's reply is as follows "We ask for the vote not only of every white Democrat, but of everj colored Republican entitled under the laws of this state to vote We ask them to for us because we believe that our ticket is composed of uieu w ho earueatly desire good eminent and who will to the best of their fui the good uf the whole peo pie m obedience to the pledges put forth in the platform and (he utterances of the Democratic party established in 1873 On the other hand we citizens with out retard to party or race to vote against the Tillman party, which has repudiated, and trampled under foot those solemn pledges which should bind Democrat m this state, and which are es- sential alike to the welfare and prosperity of either race Tlie Republican In Virginia. RICHMOND, Va., Oct Oet 24 T Knight, chairman of the Republican dis trict committee, him issued an address to the of thelhird district, in which he sajs that while the district is safely Republican, the introduction of the nen election law practically forbids the counting of Republican ballots 'In says the address, "you are about as sure to have your ballot honestly counted in some precincts, if allowed to cast it at all, where the law is administered by uu scrupulous officers, as you would be to get the returns Jof your shekel dropped on a three card monte table" The address calls upon all Republican voters to regis properly Governor Hill and the Lodge Bill. MiLLERSBURG, 0, Oct 24 Governor Hill recened a tremendous ovation in this the banner Democratic county of Ohio The governor "roasted" the administra- tion, and referring to Maj McKinley, he said 'I am opposed to the election of William McKinley for many reasons, and among others because he voted for and ad 'force" bill That measure imperils the constitutional gov ernment of this country and the best in terests of the people demands its defeat I denounce the measure as a dangerous ex ercise of constitutional authority, a menace to our theory of government and an insult to the people of the states The states have alwajs regulated their own lections The Ballroads Beaten. ASHINOTON Oct 24 the in terstate commerce commission announced us decision in the case of the Han ard com pany, of Canton, 0 complainant, against the Pennsylvania company and eleven other railroad companies composing the Trunk Line association, defendants. This imolvesthe rates on surgical chairs, and the decision was in favor of the Hah ard company The order of the commission is that the present rate be reduced on surgi cal chairs in less thau car loads from first class to second class, or a reduction of one- half in the rate This is what the rate was formerly for a long period of time, and until recently, when it was advanced to double lirst class under the analogies of classification The Hartford Railroad FIKhf. HARTFORD, Conn, Oct Ut New York nnd New England railroad has filed a petition m the superior court appealing from the order of the state railroad com missioners, which required the removal of the railroad tracks crossing Church street at grade by ISov 2 The city authorities are cited to appear in court Dec 2 and show cause wh} the appeal should not be granted and the order of the railroad commissioners reversed The railroad com pany claims that the removal of the tracks will damage their property to the amount of Hope for Reciprocity with Cuba WASHINGTON, Oct 24 de Muru agas, the Spanish minister to this country ssya that in hla opinion the Havana cham ber of commerce acted very hastily in writ- ing to the minister of TJltramer to take steps to ward off the ruin which they claim is threatened Cuba under the Me Kinley tariff "They seem to be scared to the minister, "but the Spanish government Is wise enough to nee that li the trade of its colonies is going to be hurt by the new tariff a treaty of reciprocity will be needed and it will be made Correct Stjlst for Fill winter. Dobbins, the Hatter. toii fdi TiMk' md THE VOICE OF THE DEAD. Charges Against Mr Stanley in Maj Barttelot s Diary. DIRK DEFDS IN IHUKIS1 VFttICA A Lurgt and Wt.ll AiMnUtl His of Ac tuHtttioiiri finmtlii Murdtred Command er of the 1 xplnrvr n Ileur Cuaid Bart telot Stun) j titenpcl Him LONDON Oct ,4 i lie contr nersj re- garding Mnj_K n tr. Int dutth lifis brought to a head b} tlie public ition of the major n diuries and letters which const, tute a serious impeachment of '-'tan ley s manner of conducting his expedition The book is edih d bj ulter Hart telot, brother of the dutiful who says in the opening paragraph Grave Chargt-s Agalnnt Stanley "Isot a line of this book would ever have been written if justice partially, hud been done, 01 any kindness shown by the leader of the expedition for the relief of Limn Pach a_ to the olUusrs left at Yam buz a Ihe writer then proceeds to accuse S'-fln ley of malignity ingratitude misrepre- sentation and desertion He does not mince matters in the least und the book is sure to stir up a bitter feeling and call forth hard word-, Following la a typical Splendid, but Impossible Mr SUnlev actually tells bays Mr Barttelot, that he that if the carriers of lippu did not turn up the rear column should advance by making marches of MX miles at a time four times over in Daikcbt Africa No one but himself would put such a, suggestion on paper for fear of the storm of derision it would provoke The itlci is splendid m conception, but ndiculoublj impossible Kidlctile for the Explorer 'Just think what this brilliant sug gestion meant Ihe dist ince to Albert lake is over WO miles io go there by journeys of six miles made four times over means to six inilea three douole journeji and one single journey' that is seven tunes, so that to cover the GOO miles a march of miles would Lave to be made, w hich would take them eight} four than a }ear and a half, always supposing there were no accidents and t ur roads Imagine the five officers at "Yambuka with such a proposal before them to- gether with instructions that the loss of their loads would be the absolute rum of the expedition Stanley Alleged Threat. Here is another specimen referring to the revolt of the feoud inese In writing to Maj lottenbam of this incident Maj Barttelot Afui Wdtd tuiuiut, tu me Stanley said it was in his power to ruin me iu the jsbi v ice I said tliat it w as an empty threat It would take a gieat deal more than he could bd> to do that He punished me afterward b} making me march by myself to Leopoldsille with seventy men noted for loriness and incapacity carrying ami mj Mudanerit, warning me that if I lost a single load to look out The general opinion la that Stanley is morally forced to meet these charges by a full and candid answer Bernhardt in PARIS, Oct Earnhardt pro- duced Cleop at the Porte St Martin last evening" Ihe theatre w is crowded 1 he actress receiv ed a perfect ov ation throughout the plav, her acting w hile she was overhearing Auton> and Gctavio. in the fourth act, cumplUel} carrying the house storm Ihe bcenic effects were grand Mme Bernhardt wore five dresses during the play of unparalleled magnifi- cence IB wea and was adorned with jewelrj which included twenty eight gem of great One dress, worn in the last scene, is a purelj Egyptian costume, copied from the Boulak museum, and is resplendent with gems Ihe actress'feet weie bare, except that the soles were pro tected by tm> gold embroidered slippers, aud her fingers and toes glittered with rings The Luhappy Land of the Czar LONDON Oct correspondent oJ The Dailj lelegraoh at St Petersburg says the Russian minister of the interior has received alarming reports as to the state of the couutn Ihe prisons are crowded with suspects chieflj joung men of the educated classes, and disaffection is spreading rapidly A great deal of fighting between the peasantrj and the military is reported m various sections O Brlen IH Hopeful PARIS Oct 34 O Bnen, m an interview, said that the Irish party was assured that the American tour of himself and Mr Dillon would jield sufficient funds to last until the general election Two Killed Sixty Injured BERLIN, Oct railwaj train was thrown from the traek at Herw killing two prtssengerd and injuring others Rev Colljer's NEW Oct 34 funeral serv ices over the rein uns of Mrs Anne Army tage Collyer, wife of Rev Robert Collyer, who luesday night took place Ihursday afternoon at her husband s church, Park and Hurt} fourth street 'Ihe services were conducted by Rev Theodore C Uilliumi of All Souls' church, Rev Brooke Heresford D D of _ Boston, aud Rtv Dr Camp, of Brooklyn, all of whom made feeling remarks about their fellow minister's depaited helpmate The intei ment was in Ho Killed His FalthlesH Wife Term, Oct 34-W D ttyera murdered his wife near Lebanon yester day His wife, it was charged bv Hyers, had eloped with George Ditman in Sep- tember but returned met in Lebanon by her husband, who ac companicd her to the tollgftte one mile from town, where the) spent the night He says he has no np h to make, but simply says he would UT see her dead than untrue He cut Mr throat with a pockotknife Ljnchmg is expected Can utn Too OTTAWA Out, Oct customs department has refused to admit, free of duty car wheels to rcplaee wheels on the cars of the National Car Dmpntcli com- pany of St Albans Vt which may have broken m trans-it through aimda Thfl ri8lih.fr I'uty Safe and Sound. Mass Oct fish ing party consisting of Krueat Gillum and George nnd illie Burklc, missing since the gala, have irnved home, having put In at Nashnwpiirt Hires' Root Beer in made from the genuine barkA and berries. Not like a great many others that are doctored Imitations oi It. One 25 cent paotrige makes five gallons No trouble to make nUlee. PARTICULARS OF THE HOT no M.n U.r. M, .t in ml u 1 w M tny Umilld.il i O t 1 i M in ML, Si 1 i-. j 1 d th( f 1 u sj t LUtl f! III V I 1011 I I j, ti t SO allfd r t U an oil itv I I f U fat in i 11 I I n In t i t M lill mm M I) nil 1 s M U i I nt btt u bt tine 1 fi i u aulln r i i t in 1 M rs nal u it i HI I 1 t 1 ist 1 u lot cf 1 H 1 fi u llit Uav 1 i ml tr c in] ai j i vt i the HM ftet r i I i utlv et inn 1 I i ara ti us f i i k i it tot t 11 it tin-, til ihe une 1 >t of 1 tint 1 1 1> H M Hitt te 1 m tl i 1 i U utd uP M Vl LLS f )r tlirpU A. wit k e ft MI dajs Itn t. u> i Ured Varn i hands i fl the Ian 1 u 1 h lust of the week A ai nt 1 1th uoik Tisuine i the i 0 n lie would submit to kg U pnu ot In isi tie si i nil work tlie lot but am ued his fiamU against troulilt and i i 1 them to aet strictly on the 1 uesdaj J ni Sears w iv t i irne s VA agon nud shut hih U auih.lt t u ho is not expected to f husln afternoon Totii Sears hisfutlur 1 rank us Bryan Mcljendon James Hendricks n 1 others came over into are, about u n 1 a half from the lot ef land in to the house of Robert Knight {e Ijudj where eleorne Golden and other h rtd em of irne weie ut of the ram and (ornmeuced firing nil tlit house Ibe bun Is till ran, except ki and (jolden v 1 o retuined the fin Kil mrt Me Lendon and Hentlncks woj 1-inen of "Mokes anluouiidiuK Ifrank irs Mr arne six miles away at 1 is still and knew uotljingof the trouble until after w ird i 1 e blienff coroner in 1 aj C ross rifles un kr command of C q t irrar are on the set nee and further Lrmble is not apprehended lie Cross rifles arrvel at Me Donald s at -iU a m and ro ieded to still ihe) found ew iv h 114 quiet flic bo his t f James Hendnt K-, uid Me been turned t Coroner Grimes 1- rank Sears issufitim., from his and anie's teamstt r is mortally wounded No others were In rt 1 he rifles returned to Cross at 1. 1 ist night Mr I B une who was si It be lead ing the levolt has armed I re inder the protect! u df the sheriff Hi -utes that he hid i no kn of the trouble and had no hand w 1 never in the affair _ A K of L llanlfe-tn Oct Dtstr e of th Kiu0hLsof Labor here h is issued a mamfesto t j the labor oi0 itions of the cuuntrv a is thpm t j ort the mem be i s of congress %vh ah   also ask ill organizations to h Igi, caudi date-- if elected to p iss the bills recom mended bj organized lal r 1 he mentK ued ire Uit- 1 i the alifeu contract the two convict Ul r bills the reimburaeuieiit bill for merl MIL trtt einmcnt work aud the p st d bill Lhe eteiieril riblj I tl relera tion of Laboi of the district i i pel rtso lutious a fcws nights ago similar action on the part of mem wt rs of that or gauization th c juntrj Secretari ISIame Off for Ohio. WASHINGTON Oct 34 of State Blame tKcomuamed 1 is daughter Mist Hauiet BKine and lunts G Blame, Jr left on a sp cial t tr e tne r iihu id tl is jnoruint, f t Ohio It is tut- intention of the siuct iiv of state to make one oi moit spue lit s in s dis net lie Buckeye state Cn lu no cue in st u however, wil Mr Blaiut ippetr -in of any other rtil i Ut foi co m Indiana or an u M i Ohio where he has ii s sen i Mr i his campaign u r i If-1 li (r t ir> and the other mt! t 1 ifi i h will go to Chicagi for i uliee ihe} will be the .jiiesl-ot Mt mi Mis I uinons Blame Anoth) i Monument. Gi in in IN Oet ,4 A Puu 1 1 i 1 ui i C ilv irj legion, yester d i) i 1 c i f i i" in t umetit located on iu c 1 atil H 11 e ist of town The ti htltl m the rink on accoun f ui SLUI in C ipt Doiiaher presided fine ri 1 c t w 11 e i i ulc i Col William Pur til l il i im G bson, of Wilming t u IH1 i 1 ilham T Atkins, o iiu Ul lliee loi n ie tiusfurfl the monument to the it i f i wl n o' Love received i uid t 1 it n t the Gettysburg Monu tm i t C in i-i-if n Memorial association ilit '-t c ici u C ih in H imilton, accepting It ih in I'upci Di i ounces the Mafi Ni w OHI o t Italo-Amer icano H wttkl) i n published iu thi citv in in itl in publishes an ap- 1 i] Io Otu uit OUR Hosts" It de iiountLh wan sn t the assassin at on of Chit t Hen i and demands thai B v nt justict In- unit i out to the guilt; ones1 Jt h weverr tlie arrest o1 tueii t iiiuti j uu t) 1 wholesale and keep mi! them in (In L meitly on suspicion It ;i[ piove-i the of Major bhake sj L ire in av or f t lit ii ihaus and his prom ist to st imp ut U lust vestige of th> r pe h w I lie says, should no I e h 1 i ted on 11 in soil Thtj i Him, Too ORK Oct 1 letter was re ceive i bj I nite 1 Ut s Marshal Jacobus from Jutm littihst hildT a ntyrclmiH oi N'l uiplaming that sutioii (f tin (oiintn was flood t d wit I: (inulnts from New and asking tin il to arrestthe send (rsif lie nil (nil lliun He the win m w Im h t h  with Wnlton'n U VMU M mi O t the n quest of Coronu Doun I tosecuting Attorney Aveiill litis issiud in indictment ugainst lliomas (j foi m uuaus ing tin d ith of illmm Walton whose bodj w is f und in still river, thiee miles lust of tins n Oct 12, and II he In Ion tin irt today llrt. klmlHm H 1 for Vinillciitlon LITTII HOIK Oct Hon W P Biu km 11 IM of Kt nttu k> spoke at I nok  seventh nt last night in 1 slal bed him in the loft breast 1 ulen ill du Died frnm Ifoart Failure. WATunowv N Oct Welsh of Albunj ft commercial traveler, died at the Woodruff house in this city Thursday morntiitf from heart failure THE NEWS IN BRIEF ilat n I 1 t l 111 t I (is I l! II II U 1 1 (H 1 II i Ii P. N I 11 i j tmiti i 1 i u rt n i 1 f Hum R 1 i pital tmrs u >i John sj [Htrtl vv h i fe v ilud was l 11 l a OU il 1 f 11 JM 1 1 1 Ihe k> ntrul i in at R cR.se uf tht pc j It ag i t to Ins led lt.il tl tions me not 1! lltv eh s I t i in tht 1 i t B i! p il 11 )ni 1 iv. tin ir t in tal o plujus undei thu tun J Birtji station in isltr nt tin Ihili delphla dt p >t of tht- n an I KtadlUK railroad has IJCLII JTI --U 1 lit Montreal bj daectiub 011 a it >f 1111 IJ IKW from the lump bt-uatxjr Blackburn uf Ktiuinkj thrown from his carriage and reicued serious injuries Broker J B Lreightuti committed su :ide in his ortui in ork Ji a lit of despondiuc} 1 nsmebS iroubles AmonK the legatees undtr the of t runcis lit nry kers is Antonio li Na varro tht husband of Wrj Andti'son Hi LOlnt s m fi l i fifth sli in of tlit ibtate said to be w mth 8.UI UHI Trjitit; tti Sj i up of 1 igs is tht only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach, piompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared orly from the mo-t healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and made it the most populir remeiK of Fys is for sale in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading druj gists Any reliable druggist may not have it on hind will pro cure it promptly any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept aay substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO, SAN CKL lOUISVIlIF KY NY Upcuial Notice. The ladies will find at Walhs; all the late arrivals in Woolen Yarns, among which we highly recommend the following famous favorite brands Best imported German Knitting Yarn, HI all colors, best Spanish Yarn, in all colors best Saxony Wool, all colors, knitting Wors- ted, all colors, imported Zephjr and Zephyr Germuntown omy in very best quality Likewise we call attention to our giand, superb stock of Fall and Winter Under- wear, Clnldrens' Outfits, Chil- drens' Cloaks, Coats and Hats and Caps for the Fall wear Very latest handsome styles, war- ranted made of the best materials and superior workmanship Fall Hosiery, Kid Gloves, Corsets, fine Muslin Underwear, All new goods Fine Umbrellas, in endless variety. One lot fine Gloria Um- brellas, which sell at 50, we are now selling at cost; yes, truly cost, only 98c, Call and be convinced. R I .1 .III OPPOHITR II Y HA R. EDWIN FISCHER, i- Ivl Foiuierly Demonstkfttor of Operative Den ttslfj College of Dental Btugeij, Philadelphia. Removed to Sie STAa.-' Next door to Library Hall and Postoffloe Teeth extracted absolutely painless, with out the UBO of Kaa or ether GaaRdmlnlRlered also The lament variety of SUPERFINE CRFAM CHOCOLATES, to be the finest made In the U 8 will be found at .O CAMKRA'S Fine Confectionery Store, 2OG 8O O J. I TRKNTOH N J FrulU. Ice Cream, Soda Water, Ice Cream sodas, Milk Shaken, Lemonade, always on bind, and the beat that can be had are DELICIOUS, STRENGTHENING TO THE NERVES Tea and cofftc cheer but do not nourish The) un injunuuh effect upuii the nervous system Indeed theie is nu beverage like "BEST GOES FARTHEST." It stimulate and nourishes ai none other leavei no bad effects and is a flesh f >rmer of the mist approved HOI I S O i oi tr id n.ed may t.k. It with pleasure und Ihr vreuU with Impunity The excltlDB of MA und cuflTee ure obviated li) lu ctcMdr nrrTuui und prevented Uellt loui to t 1C Lflifett Bale In the world ANK.FOU HOI I AN MT 1 Kl. MUM ,IHC u Emporium FALL AND WIN I ER C 5 I 3 H! N I 'N C 1 Saturday, Aug. 30. CORRFCT I ii it A 11 ATT i M, 16 State Street. A mother's cares ille but Cloth ing tor the no longer one of thtm We IIUVL the care ot tint, and for less monc) than home maik u-ul to tost, we agree to clotlre the Little, and Big Bujs with becoming Our super or is shown in the wild strength and durabilih so utjlt- A. C. YAILS CO. 6th Chestnut. 13th Chestnut. (Ledger Dnlldlng MEN'S SUITS (Vew itore 1 iint for V better suit from to 20 AND OVERCOATb tine suit Irom to 24 I I DICV; Overeoit-., Lister-) aid FOR DRESS and BUSINESS.] from to 25 ItsT 2ST J. O2T. YOUTHS' SUITS, CAPE OVERCOATS AND STORM COATS. CHILDREN'S SUITS made and trimmed laid in a very elegant line Prices range on these goods from to V nice suit for AND NOBBY OVERCOATS ,V Good for 1 intr grades in proportion from 3 years old. SMOKING JACKETS and 1-ot these garments from to LOUNGING COATS. J Dont miss seeing them CUSTOM 1 Stocked full of all the novelties for Suits, Overcoats and Trousers 11KPAKTMRNT.J A perfect, stylish fit. Sinclair, Vannost Co., Clothing Manufacturers. 39 Kast State Street. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLr ATTENDED TO XI. 140 PKARL, !BLT flTBIFT TBIBTOM N J A lac, Cmrt" f. YOQT WHITING No Ribbon. Direct Printing. Perfect Alignment. Challenger Co., OKNKBAL AOKNT-1 NO 1407 OHEMTNOr STREET, Philadelphia, RFNP FOR CATAIOGUF 1 1 AH MAN Bcngkt hii tkt AMERICAN AND TAILORING 00, wtnld how mnck wild wkulltd Ikicngh kil t-'U. j are cUtkng thi Mil, Ber< Okildm wiU "AILOR-MADL GLOlHING At mnok I Pklladtlphia Our grtit iMHltn li d.T ar. HAMPI.P. 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  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
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