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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               Qfrenifrn VOU IX. NO. 9169. I'KBNTON, 8A1UUDAY AKTKKNOON, NOViCMKRU 15, 1890. TWO CRNTd DENIAL FROM THE DEAD Jameson Brands as False the Charges Against Him. SAW Hit 1'OOH HI UHbKLD But UecUrrn That He Did Not Buy lit fur tlie Himllnh Laune He to Be Killtil or Muke Kkelches of tin 8bDguiuury Scene LONDON, Nov Jameson write the papers, requesting tlieiu to msert th following letler from her husbaud win died u fortnight afttr it was written, ant was therefore uniible to take the furthe steps by which he muudcd tei clear hi character of the charge of 11 can nibalism 1 he letter whith is datei Stanley Falls Aufe. J, IbSH ami is ad dressed to Chairman Maekinnon of th Fmln relief committee, is as follows A Dead HUU'B Defense j ou w ill see b} Maj Barttelot' letter Assad Juiau the dismissed Arabi Interpreter 1 is wutteu the maul false anc cruel statt mints about me after leavin] Yambuja c imp As an olhcer of this ex pedltion it is my bounden duty to you clear mj liai icter from such statements I will tell you now the simple narrative o the whole milter which much as i shocked me at the time 1 little dreamei could be tuined to such use against me My whole time since m> arrival here ha been taken up with the affairs of the ex pedltjon ind 1 h ive not had a moment t get the iicctssar) papers signed b) the wi nesses of mentioned by Assa Faran before a Belgian officer, as I rneq to do, aud forwaid them to you TJlB i utA Ilia Cage 1 he facia of the case are these Gum return jourui) frum K isouga the da} al U.T our ariual it Kiba Kiba the chief sen forme Ou at his house 1 wit 1 a ver) curious d tine performed b some tribe He utforme lue t'idt thtse j eople h ing had a uum ber of deaths an them had awa Into the bush for two mom hi where noon had stiu them aud retuined today hav lug hi i hed their medl ue mutiny ilp- poo lib who was at the house, said 'Thu fiance i, generally followed by d lot o peo'' taten uid hi told me a lot o cannibals-ton H 11 lughid sa) mg Since I have been in I in countrj I have heart many such Moms, bu' I do not believe them Auoih i Vtdl> puseut who hd( been verj kind to me ou mj waj to K onga, told me mother horrible story which 1 told him Hat i) I did not could hap- pen man) eounin ID the world He, laugh ing, said, (jive me a bit of cloth and see He Made ho Sketches I onl) th mjit this was another of thel plnnw f IP ynfJ-t I tnttg otlt of mp and bav ing some elotu of my own, as he had beeu kind to m I sent mj boy for a small pnei ot s v h in iKerehiefs, which i gave him i i cu f jllouc 1 the most horn ble scene 1 ever witnessed in my life Assat Jparau even hi ie cinnot ueljTtjiug The whole h ipp ntd so quickly that hai I wished I cuu I not sketched it hud nothing with me to sketch with, they all being m m> house She >tver Looked for Help "The girl never looked for help She seemed to know wha w is hei fate ant never stirred hand or foot 01 head eicep when she had to m to the place of ex ecutlou How themirl was obtnned I dc not know but 1 ill sind vou all parlicu lars signed by the witu sses as promised J 1 jAMtbOS Assud tar ins Ketractlon The following is the copy of Assai Foran's retrac ion >i the statements to the Belgian ofhcers regarding the can nibal story but he repeated it to Mr Stanlej under oath March 4, 1890 at Cairo SEPTEMBEU 25 1888 "I, Assad Firan lately interpreter with the Emm Pasha relief expedition, declare solemnly that the story of Mr Jame buying a girl has been altogether mis understood by the missionary at Lutele The story is entirely untrue Such a charge against Mr Jameson I declare to be unfounded Ike six handkerchiefs given by Mr Jameson were a present, and no reference whatever to the occur reuce with which through the above mis understanding they have been erroneously connected. Witnesses ASSAD FARAN, "P L MCDERMOT, W. BcTRDLn toil is Airs. Jumegon'g Letter In her letter accompanying the above Mrs. Jaraesou says "DEAR the Emlnrelief commit- tee appear to consider the duty of publish ing my late husband's refutation of the cruel charge made against him by Assad Faran (which charge, long ago withdrawn, Mr Stanlej has now thought fit to bnnj forward) devolves upon me, I would ask you to insert in The Times the documents annexed, consisting a letter of my hus- band to Sir William Mackmnon on Aug so far as it relates to this horrible charge, and Ass id Faran's retraction, dated Sept K> 1888 I will only add that my poor husband died within a fortnight after the date of his letter, therefore he had no opportunity of taking further stops to clear his character, which he at the time contemplated Yours, ETHEL JAMESOV Ward Says Stanley "Another Herbert Ward writes to The Times stat- ing that Stanley's letters concerning his baggage were dated Oct 12 and and there was no attempt made by him to de celve any one as to the time they were written At a meeting of the Billoon society it was determined to forward a letter ol M Stanley with regard to the attacks now being made upon hia character as a leader and a man Dying by the Dozens COLUMBUS O Mov 15 -Information ha. It Absolutely Purs. Alum of biking ill of in tB.VOrt.An, der. High 8, Qof ueeu reet n eti uv tie st ite 0 ud f htaltrj thatanepidem f is rag lug at Clprmonlville O 1 he n hue al ready bein nine casts uf which twenty live were fatal piestit fortj persons are stricken HuMness is i nlirelj suspended and the pe i lew ho m ik up the popnlatl n arc vv lid vv ilh fpai Ih secretary of the board of health is must! gating the affair and will t ike st s to pre- vent the epidemic from spreading Stanley at Philadelphia Nov lj Mr llpurj Staule) delivered his lecture Ihe Ktseu of fcrnin and Our March Across at the Academy of Music before a larg audience last evening His limiting tal of adventure by land and by flood w is foi lowed b) the audience with much intercsl Mrs btauley, accomp inied jy her mother occupied one of the boxes A FRIGHTFUL EXPLOSION Three Meu IMsmembered by at Lima, O LndA O Nov 15 human Itv went out of existence in a moment here yesterdaj and four more persons were se verely injured by au explosion of tntiity five pounds of dynamite and the sarr. amount of giant powder The tinibl fatalltj occurred at Custer s stone quarry in the southwest part of the town about o'clock The explosives were stored in a small shei on the ledge above the quarry anet twi men were withm thawing outdvnannt cartridges third was approiu hing thi shed when the explosion oceuiied am the three were blown 100 feet into the air falling headless and limbless 150 feet from the scene The air and trees were fillet with flying debris, and only a big hole marks heie the shanty sUiod Several of the men an 1 some horses working m the pit were struck bv the fall Ing debris and badly injured The are George Fisher, married leaves a widow and four children living six miles east o town Henry married leaves a widow and two children at tin same place Charles Burkett, single His home l; in Honduras IneL The Injured are George Fisher nephew of the rishei klllid struck on the hial Sam U itts face badly cut Hock thouldei disclocated Abraham Ciphver hur about head and ruht arm The remains of the deid were gatherec into au and taken to   Henry D Mmot, 39 Court street Boston Mrs b H Augell 809 Twenty first street Washington D C The injured were R S Delaney aud wife, of Haymarket Va verj severely, J F Matthias of Bal tiraore, seriously, I Hellmau of U ashing ton, internally, U ilham Rochester of Hoffman house, New York, internally C C Hex of Providence R 1 seriously Miss M V Kellogi; of Richmond, slight 1} J H Hill, of buubury Pa. internally, William Miller of Allegheny Uty, Pa very serious, Henry McCormick engineer, Nineveh ver> serious Dr leh'e slightly hurt, Mrs very serious I- Par nsh Quincy Ills Miss N ol Cleveland, H S Hill iniuel dale, of New J of Bos ton Mrs b D of Cleveland, F. H Tighe, of Detroit, serious The accident was caused by the heavy fog, which prevented the engineer of the second section from seeing the first section in time to stop his tram and the engine ol No 7 crashed into the ashuigton sleeper Biscay, telescoping it to the distince ol from ten to twelve feet The sleeper caught lire aud was nearly destrojed Ihe passengers became panic stricken, and in their efforts to get out broke the windows and crawled through As quickly as pos sible the twentv two in the Biscay were removed At least four of the injured, it is thought will die borne heartless miscreants robbed the dead and injured during the confusion This Wreck Cost Three Lives CoUMBcS O.Nov special to The Dispatch from Bellaire, 0 sajs At 4 a m a wieck occurred on the Baltimore and Ohio road at bcott s cut three miles west of Bellaire, between the second sec tlon of train No 1 gomgwest andahelper No 1 003 coming east John atsou en gineer and James Fleisher, lireman wen killed instantly They live at Newark 0 Thomas Burk was injured about the head aud cannot recover James Barrett fireman, was terribly scalded and died one hour later Burk and Barrett were brought to then homes in this place The engines and cais are a comp ete wreck Disregarding orders caused the fatal dis aster Despondency Canned the Attempt KtiPORT, N J Nov 1 eary, mauagu of the Post U telegraph offiie in Newark N J is reported to be m a critical condition at leiry s hotel, in Mat awan Mr is well known in business circles m Newark, is said to have .ttempted to end his life last ni0ht by tak ing chlorofoim He is a one nrimel vet- eran of the il war, and w is a c lu litlate on the Republican ticket in N u uk for school commissioner in theiecent election, but was defeated baica his defeat he has been despondent, and since last luesday he has been absent from his home The Foreign Mlsslona BOSTON, Nov 15 session of the Methodist general missionary committee was devoted to the continuation of the dis tnbution of the apprnpiinlion nude on Wednesday tor China was up propriated I? or Bulgaria Owns ri c ommended For tht work in II ilj Was asked and the committee it com mind ed that this sum be appmpruiteil 1 nst evening a public meeting was In Id at the People's church, wheie addresses weie made by Bishop Walden, of Cincinnati, and Bishop Warren, of Denver She Got a Verdict for NEWBURO N Y.Nov 15-lhe jury In he case of Bertha Doano vs Guitof An derson rendered a verdict of 500 for plaintiff Anderson caused a seal ch war to be taken out for diamonds alleged to have been stolen from benor Pohl at ilalntiff s boarding house, at Cornw ill In September last They have never been 'ound Plaintiff brought suit for iO.OOO 'or libel Slid malicious prosecution The agreeable In taking Hires Cough Cure overcomes all thoughts of medi- cine. At the same time It Is Ihe most efleot- nilftnd harm1- remedy ever discovered for ooMi, .wrap, etc. ENTOMBED IN I HE YARD Birchall s Body Buried Within Woodstock's Jail HIS BIU1N HAS IM BIO The Widow orlef Dulled by the Use o fiarcotli.il She Still Hopes to Take th Body of Her 1 ate Uusbuud to with Her IK Out, Nov as well as the whole Lughsh speaking world is still talking of the 1 est ait in th Birchall Hinvve 1 tragedy Unmoved thi handsome talented genilemanl} assassi blew hisfneud in Blenheim swamp, un moved he saw the noose tightening ftbou his neck lu oodstock's court rot in an( heard the death sentence pronounced am as unuuved marched to the tree of deal and met his fate won't you shake hands before go' be s reported to have said lightly t Hauymin RadcllfTe even when the I lac] cap had been idjusted and the fatal mo meut was at hand The hangman did so and a second later the nonchalant mur derer was launched into eteruit His LaMt Statement He not refused to make any confes sion but he lift with the shenll the fo lowing strong statement, which should e] brand as false au> alleged "cou fesstou vs Inch may be published JAIL, Nov 14 after mj dpath there shall ujpear in the pi ess or m nny the niflnuer w] at ut ver anj confession that I ha any han 1 in the murder of Mr I1 C Beuwell o am pf rs iml ka >wledge of said murder with In tet tor m ill iforethought or am p-rst tidl cou ueeu n with the mur Ur ou the th of I binary or liter lai r aii> knmrlechjp thit any sue murder was 1 kel} to bf commuted or any rnt-iit fiml .-i 1} an anj tl  3d througbout RLOISALD BIRCHALL. After the execution the spectators wer of the jail yard and Ihe body over to the doctors 1 he post UK rtem show etl that the murderer was a m in of splendid phvsique His br uu was and normal and alj his oig the exception of one kidney which was sluhtlv cont, in a healthy con d tlon 1 he oht mortem also revealed the laet that no dislocation of the neck hai taken place Ihe windpipe was crushed aid It ith was caused by strangulation Ihti'-iitieil the life of a man w ho is be- lieved in oodstoek to have been the mos scoundrel that evei lived Huridl in tlie Jail laid. Bireball was buneel at 5 o clock in the jailv-irl er> few were present Mrs Vitst Jf nes and Fnen'j Lecth un repre- seiuel the family I here were presen ilso two rep rters and a few of the jai ollieials Ihe uudertauers had madegooi uorKwith the body It was dressed in evening costume, aud on the breast was the gold locket containing the picture o Mrs Bnchall and alockof her yellow hair Ihe metallic casket was handsome anc plush covered and was covered with lilies of the valley and callas hen the jai otticers had placed it in the grave, anc while Mrs sikntlv wept the Rev Mr the open aud said a fervent prayer Sayx It In a Lie. Rev aile speaks freely about the letter given to Guard Percy by Birchall, datec the luth lust, denying that he had made a confession to auy one Mr Wade says the lettti was a he, and that when he first saw it he gave up hopes of the man repenting I he inference is that Birchall confessed to the clcrgv man and that it was because o: the denial that Rev refused to rear thechuieh of England burial service anc simply sal 1 a prayer at the giave Imder the Influence of Opiates. There is little new to tell about the weep ing wi low or her bister Mrs WTest Jones The former remained in her room all day aud was s ud to be under the influence o] opiates bhe still hopes to get possession of the body and says that she wishes to tike it back to England but the attorney general shows no of yielding Mrs Bnchall has grown very thin under the long battle for her husband s life She looks like a very sick woman Her sifter has made quite a reputation for dash and liveliness in the town and a good man) people are asking who and where Mr Ihere is some question as to whether the two women are really related She llaj the Body Iheie is a stiong impression here that the murderers bod) will go b ick to Lng land in spite of the re fusil b) the attorney general to the bi dy to Mrs Birchall II is i int fat t that it was placed m an air meld hr casket and hermeti- callv si alul ai tl some who claim to know au sin their shoiildeis and saving that it infill possibly be found missing from the j nl ml some morning It will not be binictl in quicklime at any rate The News In England LONDON Nov 15 Buchall s exeeuti in was rceeivtil here and through out Kngland with the deepest interest As a rule in Gre it Bi man do not attract much attintioli from tin geu tralpublir but no crime of recent >ears has aroused the curiosity and anxiety foi details th it the Birch ill case has i melted Ciowds waited anxiously for the news of the banging; which came about 3 o'clock in the aftirmon, and the papers were eiuerlj bought up II is saiil that it Ox ford uimtrsit) wheie Biic.li ill was a student some one 1 in moinnnig the door of the apartment which he had occu pled, and nothnu else has been talked of nj the students for severil days but Bir chall s ci imo and file Birchall had many w arm frit nils iimong his old colli ge chums, and to this ho is spoken of with favor ind regret at tho college Hid Mother Sinking Rapidly. His mother is rnpi lly sinking, and it is 'earod th it tin news of the execution will inish hu Bin hall's lulf brolhir the Rev Osunli Hue-hull tinned I.....si If I, all callus t nlay anil yesltrday and is said o havi sptnt all of Ihursdaj night in irajer Mr Stevensin the fnllii r of Mrs iirchall is crushnl with anxiily about us r and bis igani sent word to Mrs I IIHS to it turn to Fngland im tuediati ly vv ith hei sistt r Mr Stevenson s very well situated as to pioptrly and here is no danger of Mrs lint hall want ng for anything 1 ho newspapers- are ninlmoiis In approving the action of the Jftnadian authoiitlps in enforcing thf law o the letter in Blrchall's case Snnol Couldn't Do It. SAN Pit i i ro Nov ifl rjny rjiq trht t nek y .stirtlaj Sunol, In an attempt lower hei record of in 2 1 ho quarters were made In 82U IM, and, i KOCH S CURE N 1 Bu i is v llli HtaM i t lilt Ml 11 1 tht a In urt t f tit i mi tl u 1 ol i- am t 1 au i t u mith il can tl V el V II IS 111 L, im thi tn I h f n v I i benus lo i t 1 Ut b lek 1 i i I il en llosis I lu 11) c irt 1 and that ter 1 sera[ ing trtatment is ctita 1 pt rsonall) am ci luce 1 of my patien s whose sen uslv injnnd an 1 eitt devonrlni, nllcr be. I a i expel I n n i illcal K t inainta ilaunL, h is it ai iti i p II it the tr I f i ring h um tt> be d altist U nut vl tt th i it in 1 tin si s I that sen dev heilih will heiith lai iv it v e to 1 c 1 i 1 t( those out e HI tat 1 t in 1 el i I not pi ive t H i ous on thf i of the in robe tl e pitleutvv through tic stm treatnti Boon as possi I Ie 1 w ill send inoculatiiu fluid to velt hos[ itals ind to some f in New v i is dtf t i uolls I s I te I u Ih si M t be n tvv n I v tht i i pel fit t n ju up m a i lilies of Mi uid H >e irance h ive to go a., t n As i f the a 1 H ose 1 iplls THE NEWS IN Bf EF tontlei hed Telcunms Gathtietl it Han tliini fr in I I it ei Ihe rejj irt tint ashing! n i I UK apilieui n f i n p iv eis Nation il It IL.UC is autu i 11 vt-1) de nied t rede nek C >gswell, a dealt r i f irnitnre atCbittgo has assigned Li ib tus flO OH" isstt, tht saine H) a unanimous v ote the IJ itt. [arlia m nt approved the f Qieen miiia Chief lustice Doe has api itel lues day Die 10 as the date for the mi g of theSivvtelle mm lei trial at D u N H Ihjini 1J rti i a well kl vie minis sum mi r h int and member r t the linn of Porurlircs Co of No nh si reet New v, nk is tit i 1 He w is i n u vv a terljun mn about sixty vcus an'o Inlr klviiivenlictwisrikiei for i f m I) me! Irtllmidge auainst 1 hi S w (rk Mr i illunlge su d i 1 rid for (MX) foi libel m calh n, him a cor rupt it ir inritinati Put Out. NFVV 'i IK Nov At the meeting ol the Nati nil league vesteid v t ncm niti club wis ai d a lew frin clnsp 1 n I T Bi i-h u 1 a syn dicate of c q it ilists of Cintn n iti Ihe geileril mj n from this m t to bi th it the N itional leu ie i n Is to the pii sent owneis if tne m cimuticub vvlio are It un ipi tahsts But the National leig n siythatsich s flr from bi i _ tl i truth and thflt aa nt s l sfi irv to the present owners will be m i p In all probability Brush et al w ill t uv tl t t hi fioni its pnsi nt owners, but Hh In it hi will IMV M I (1UO the amount vv I ster receive! fir the lu_ bv sellin, his plavers is a question, a> the liagu claimsthattne pi yersbelt 't, to that b jdy John Boyle O Rpilly s Paper Soltl _BOSTON Nov Ihe Bo-ton Pilot has been pur isp 1 bv Mi Pair ck Donahue editor of 1) nihues whoownei the pr i rtv a number of 3ears au who lost it when he bit ime finanei ill embirras ed ind owe! a large of small made by depositors to tins c npl cation Archblsho V. illiams took hold of the property ail instilled the lite Join Bojle 0 Reilly undt r win sp m inigt mint the i aper mad montv nj i and the tlppositors receive! batktit mo v the} h id di posited that Mr I> H) is dead the archbisho. does not e irp t j ktep the paper, as the ob ject for which he took it has been attaniei: The pi jpprtv is ti be c q t ilizcd, and it l state 1 11 it Mr Djnahue will hold two thnl ithestxk and dispose of the r mamtlt i to flit lids O'sullivaii s fonfeoiioii a "Fake JuIIH III- Nov li-Dtputy Men ill of the pemtei uy and Charle Cross vv ho snpei v ises ill interviews witl convicts when shown the alleged confes iion of let in in O bulliv in in a Chicagt itw-pijei litailinn h n Cionm wa; inurdeied proiiotuieetl it a fake" 0 livati w is sent fir i d his alleged eon fc sion ital tt) Inn H looked am uetl and exiliniuil l! is fiUi from top to bottom I him nt nn h lu 11 conft ss am ncvei eonf sse 1 uivtl L, If I had I wotilt confe-s it i 1 i t ill i 1 U imprisonment I have alwius sai 1 I t u'ht to have gone 01 the st uid ml s iv n vv th it I w ill go 01 the stand if 1 get a m n trial but I h ive no confess] u ti m ke b cuise I know nothing ibfnt tin u metoeonfess Thrpt Hi n IP, Killed Bit run N jv I hree Italians wen killt I and si vtril i Italians si niuisl] Injun 1 in i c lii i I 11 ween two trains last evt inn, lln I) hiwan Lick iwami i anil i uh i id it Kast Bull ilo Ih I ti were taken to Ih 1 ui v 1 I thedi id bur Is the most ancient and moat general of at! 'lieaiBi Scarcely a family is entirely fromlt, while thousands eveiywhere are Iti lulterlnj slaves Hood s Sarsapanlla hu remarkable success In curing every form of scrofula The most si vere and painful running sores, swillltifts In the neck 01 goitre, humor tn the pyes causing partial or total blindness to powtrfuj of this medicine me Worst Type. "My son was afflloti il Ith the wont of soroJula, and on tin r ommendatlon of my druggist I gave him Hood s Sarsaparllla. Today he li notim! and well iiotwitlisundlng H was mid there was not enough mrdlclnt ta Illinois to effect a cure J CHHIBTIAK, I1L Be lure tu Oarmparilla UbrilldroitKl.t, Jl .litorjl ljO I CO IOO Doses One Dollar The largest varletv ot RUPFRFINF CRFAM CHOCOL 4.TEH, gnarnn teed to be the finest made In the U 8 will be found at ANGKT.O CAMKKA'S Fine Confectionery Store, 2OC SOU BJJOAD mi.JRT'-'X, THINTON N J Fancy Ice Creom Hoda water, Ice Cream Sedan, Milk Shaken, Lemonade, on hand, and the bent that can be and Thoio are feotn Prlcoi rled oil in mil nl u tes to their houits It la impossible at pieseut to obtain any names He Made SoO 000 a lear Si IDSHH Nov David Mi Lean ex rtsideiit of the bdvaunnh Savnusl ink atsivumih Mo was sen teutttl to tiv j jtars in the penitentiary for defraud tu Ins lej t sit >rs out of which he lost m speculation New "Vork the CtMmua Tablet Nov lj bupenutendent Porter has malleil to the New board of alderman the enumtiation tables of thi populatltu of the ward of NL elt> T his in for mat iou was by the board of aldermen To Sell the Petroleum Exchange. Pi u Slit, lie, Nov Pittsburg pe- troleum exchange w ill be sold at auctlo today I be members of the eti hange vvi occupy the building until April 1, or uut some cheaper quarters can be secured fo business A Wealthy tubaim Suicide BALTIMORE Nov. J Canacb. a wealthy Cuban who came to this clt twentv live yeais ago, committed suicn in Druid Hill park He was asuccessfu business uiau and leaves to h: heirs A Htg Failure Near t ancaster. ptt ,Nov man the pr prietor of a large cigar mai factor) at Robertstown this county, hu failed with liabilities of 000 and of IbOOOy THIRTY BODIES RECOVERED. Latent Advices from the Scene of th Serpent DUaater. CORUSV i Nov r, bodies of thlrt of the Serpent s en w have been recoverei 'Ihey are all badly mutilated by contac with the r >cks The three sun Ivors of th Serpent state that the vessel sustalne several mishaps before she was wrecked I Did Hamilton a Denial LONDON, lo Lord George Hami ton head of the admiralty has authorise Admiral Ho[ kins contiolh r of the nav; to flatly den) Vdmiral 1 111 it s statemen that the berpent was a unique specime of the 'shodtl) built' ship The controller avt rs that the Sepent wt amply strong eir ugh to bear the strai of her engines Ihe navigator doubtles lost his couis-i and the vessel was vvrecke before hei rs vv i re aw ire of her w here aljouU A Tmnal Hichai is whose nephe vv is u iv igat nu 1 c nen nit on the nitervitu that he believes tl vesselw is d uiiiigpd in Monday sstirmaii was. making for C H unna but out her course ou account of the Cape illat light beiiu- obsuned He declares tha r Iliot H st itement is absurd M Buruaiiv vv ho designed the berpeut si in in interview that shoddy built sin are impossible in the British navy 1 vessels" of the aicsifirbu uncomf ol 05c and 75o The heav} stock we ciirrv makes our Stores liuulqmirters in Philadulphi i tor Winter Overcoats Can'r imagine .1 Man or Boj cannot get the at tlie riifht jince m this great assortment and no matter you paj guaiantee neut- ucsSj eomiort and good seivict- A. c. YAHS DO. 6th Chestnut 13th Chestnut. (Ledger Building) (New Store MEN'S SUITS 1 A good suit for J10 I A better suit from to 20 AND OVERCOATS r fine suit from to 24 Dress Overcoats, Ulsters and Cape FOR DRESS and BUSINESS.J Overcoats from to 25 A 11 X1T >-2T j.'OiT. YOUTHS' SUITS, Prices range on these goods CAPE OVERCOATS from AND STORM COATS, j to tiS CHILDREN'S SUITS 1 A nice suit for AND NOBBY OVERCOATS Good for riner grades in proportion from 3 years old. J Beautifully made and trimmed SMOKING JACKETS j We have laid m a very elegant Ime and these garments from to LOUNGING COATS. J Dont misi seeing them CUSTOM j Stocked full of all the noveltitb for Suits, Overcoats and Trousers j A perfect, styhsh fit. Sinclair, Vannout Co., Clothing Manufacturers. 39 Kast State Street. MA CHINK No Ribbon. Direct Printing. Perfect Alignment. E. 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