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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOL. IX. NO. 2183. I'KKNTON, AKTKKNOON, DKCiCMBRU a, 1890. TWO PARNELL Si ILL STICKS. Strengthening His by Delaying a Decision HE MAY III Ulth 'I hMl'OUAKILY It Said That un KfTurt to Couiuroiulie Uilllculty Will lie Hade Today Faruell IH Hard and lititked by Many Stanch Utc Ihe Itlegraph is not alone iii its opinion tlmt tbeie la a deal of uucotistiuiu> humor about the proceedings of thi Irish in their quarrel ovti the leadership It is plum that at piesent u maj irit) exibts aiiumit Mr Paruell li) iheri many do not the majuiitj settle tlie matter by a simple vote, lustiadof enuring before Mr Pftruell and idlowiug him to preside over a body which is dibcussiug his case, and nntonly to paslde but w show the mobt outrageous uufairuebs m presi ling Good parHamentariuns saj that It would be per tectly regular for the numbers opposed to Mr I'arnell to meet by theoisehea aud him out of the kadi if they con atitutea majurity of the puny Ibe reason this is not done how ettr, H that H would hare the apptarniico (if irregularity no matter how regular it might really be, and this fact would lie uneil in Mr Paruell's favor among the more ignorant portions of tbe Irish couutltuemies And It must be remembertd that no matter what the meetings uj London may decide, the final decision resit with the Iribh people Par nell does not uue w tint tbe present mem bers do in hu case Purncll H Great Advantage Kven if ever> one of his present oppo- nents should return to his support he would seek to retire them to pnwitt life bs atiadveise of their coubtitaeuts, and have a new set of representatives eh cted in his inUrest Both sides there fore, are sticklers for and are lor m aH thatlhey do The meetings of the Irish members are governed by the rules of the house of commons, which do not provide for any appeal from the decisions of tfie chair Itus gncs Mr Parnell an immense ad vantage over uia enemies so long as he re tains the chair and hi n tains the chair now eimplj hoc iube it has been cubtomary for him to occup) n, and B meeting o( membeis without PHrnellm the chair would eaiilj be misintei prfted in Ireland It as if Mr Purnell would be able to keep the of his case dragging along until he baa secured the favorable ezprc asions of opinion w uich he is seeking from a majority of the Irish constituen Anti-Parnollltes StagEered. A goodly batch of these indorsements enroe in by telegraph yesterday, much to the trepidation of the rebels and the re- moter country districts, where Mr Par Bill's influence is naturally stronger than even in the cities not begun to be beard from Ihe nnii Paruellites are also staggered by the fact that the more expe- rienced lender- on both bides of tUe house acem to have no confidence m their suc- CKW- Harcourt on the one band and Bal four on the other both pnvatel) ex pressed the opinion that Parnell will ulti mately triumph, that he will carry the people with him and efface all serious op- position in the ranks Sneceniifnt Heht lor Delay. At yesterday's meeting Paruell and. his trleuds continued their battle for delay so very Bucccasfullj that all hope of settling the question during the day was aban- doned. During the progress of the Boon's session a sharp controversy arose between the members present concerning use of cable dispatches for the purpose tit influencing the minda of the American delegates Mr Kenny admitted having cabled his own iiewa on the questions at to his own colleagues in America. Mr O'Kelly declared that whatever the K-tion of the meeting to-night might be, the question would not be decided at "Westmmstor The decision ought not to Vehorned It was best to give the country time to think Mr Nolan's amendment that the question be postponed to a future muting at Dublin was, however, rejected by a vote of 29 to 44 Mr A O'Connor ad- vised Mr Parnell to withdraw, as it was Impossible for him henceforth to be the lender Mr Jordan, of Clare, accused Mr Parnell of sacrificing the cause of the na- tioDto his insensate pride and culpable ambition At 6 p m the meeting adjourn- ed for one hour In tbe course of tbe meet Ing Mr Parnell attacked Mr. Barry and others for sending cablegrams to America and trying lo influence the delegates there Thotnan Sexton's Defense. Mr. Sexton replied that he had received a from Mr O'Connor request- Ing him to give his views un the sitnation and he did notfef 1 that the mere fact of distance entitled him to refuse the request He therefr re cabled Mr O'Connor, inform ing him that a majority faiored Mr Par nell'a retirement He further cabled tha' If way to support the majority substantial unanimity would be assured Col Nolan said thut Mr Sexton ought to withdraw this expression of opinion lium the telegram, for he must now see that unanimity does not follow from the American delegates voting against Mr Parnell Mr T hat b all this discussion about? It veins to be another piece of pure obstruction Mr That is a most insoh nt and impertinent observation (Cheers Mr Bairj attempted to speak, hut Mr Parnell ordered bun to sit down Mr W If any names were to the delegates in America all the names on each suit outlht to have been given I hear that the telegram from the delegates n is read ceitnin Irish mem bers in an bnelish c-lnb nnd was recened with cheers If Mr is to be de in Son'a immiMimow him witl nut Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartpr bating powder. High Nt of all In leavping .Length U. B, QtrY- 7, JlW, it n mutu r oi cneemiL, in tin n.u glish club Au iLngHtth Alllamo M J dntlured that it would be rnpossible to obtain h jftie tale ,u alliance with an I part} He strongly objected to HubordimuiriK Irish ntere-its to any particular man He hitd ittle hope for the Iribh partj if it depended upou the chairman to them from ,hechicHiieiy of auy KiiKlish statesman looked to their represti tatlves u parliament not to Mr PiirueU for sal vatlon Xavier Uruwu sui 1 the} Imd had little leauelBhlp from Mr Pariull in re- cent jeais After the divorce suit he Brown) had come to the coucliiM m that Mr Parnell s continuance Hi the leader ship would be an intolerable disgrace Mr h Harrington h> didn't jou say so at the IJns to be stopped Mr Parnell Let him go on Mr O llrieu bltUrly remnuhed Mr Parnell for his course iti regard to the wftrdea intervieu lucre were annry retorts from Mr Paruell s supporters, Mr Parnell himnelf deuied thut he had said that Mr Gladstone wasfilse Mr O'Brien concluded I leave 3'ou (Pirnell) to couvmce the Irish people of the honesty of )our part in that grave Many friends Left Mr Paruell called for a dlwM ju on Mr amendment 1 he mmorit) vot- ing for the amendment was nmtle up as follows J P jinn, Joseph Nolnu Blane, Bjrne, Corbet lanej Campbell Dalton, h Harrington, Hdyden W McDonald, J lluutly McCarthy Harris, McKenna Mabony, Maguire John O'Con- nor O Hnnlon U Kellj Farueil, Richard Power Quinn J L Redmond W H Red mood, ishiel, Cuuway, J L Kenny and Learny Messrs Carew, GHhooly, P O'Brien Leah) Lalor aud Mahon were ab- sent Mr Paruell declared hinmelf more than satisfied The Post sajs Ihe result of the division on Mr Nolan 8 amendment shows that the mixed nature of the telegrams from Ire- land and America m responsible for the protracted debat-es of tbe Nationalists Mr Parnell 8 considerable minority leaves him still the only certain and recognized leader with any ascertained following Ihe Dailj Ixews says Ihe result of the division is signiucaut, but not satisfactory Air Parnell ma> propose every town ID Ireland as a substitute for the rejected Dublin in order to gam time If tbe ma- jority mean busine'-s and are pre- pared to co operate with the Liberals they ought to insist on a decisive vote without delay The TIIBPS says Mr ParudI may stave off tbe final division for a long time He will command a compact minority and re- main president of the league nomeaus inclined to underrate his strength or its consequences Ihis will re- store his old popularit) with the extreoi ists in Ireland aud America, who have al ways supplied the funds, and who will re- joice at his severance from the Lnglish Farnell May Retire Temporarily. Mr Clancy, one of Mr Parnell 8 sup- porters, will siibrmr a resolution today suggesting a compromise It is reported that he will propose that Mr Parnell tem- porarily retire Harcourt Backs McCarthy Sir William Harcouit writes confirming Mr Justiu t, statement at the Nationalist meeting i s to the result of the recent interview between those two gen tlemen He says he did not regard Mr Parnell's proposals as practi al He told Mr McCarth) that the coudii on of secrecy was inadmissible A document accept- ing the proposals coul 1 be of no value to Mr Puruell or auy one else unless it were made kuoivn Besides he did not attach auv importance to Mr Parnell's pledge of secrecj Ihe stateuif-nts of Mr Parnell in relation to bib (Harcourt's) views and conduct were uuworth} of no- tice and opposed to truth Sunpease at Chicigo CHICAOO Dec 3 ha? had numerous advices from Lonlou and states that their general urp irt is to the effect that Parnell is pl.ijnu a wmn game r veil Dillon and 0 Brien admit the way Parnell handles the conference has greatly improved his prospects and thit it is not unlikely he will win Harrington has re- ceived a cablegram fruui John Redmond and Mr O Kellj readintr as follows "If }ouwaut to save Purnfll mid the Irish parliaments} part} come here at once Mr Harriugtou is in a state of doubt as to what he ought to do He said to a re- porter I have not jet decided what I shall do I will not returm home at once I will remain with my colleagues here to see if we cannot go ahead and finish the great work we have in hand They "Will Continue Their Tour The Irish euvoys will proceed with their tour today as originally m ipped out, un less later aeveljpmeutsmake it imperative for them to return to London with the least possible dela} Tina decision was reached at a conference last evening It was the unanimous opinion that the mission of the delegation was m behalf of the Irish cause in general and of the evictr ed tenantry in particular riulur than in behalf of any particular man or leader, and that therefore, as a natural sequence the movement ought uot to be al, owed to suf fer on account of the existing imbtogllo abroad Dillon and O Brieu will probably remain in the city for a rouple of days m order to be m close communication with Justin McCarthy, but unless there is a ma terial change m the situation they will ful fll their engagement m bt Louis ou Sun day night 1 his much decided two me m bers of the delegation called attention to local newspaper publications, purporting to be interviews with them, butthesenti ments of which they distinctly repudiate The delegation then issued a card brand ing as fictitious and false all alleged inter- views with them They AU Wnnt Parnell DUBLIN, Dec 3 Ihe >ational league met in regular weekly meeting ,n this city yesterday The proceedings were of a stormy character When the names of Sexton and Hualy were mentionel by the speakers they were greeted with hisses aud groans A violent speech was made by the chairman iu favor of Mr Parnell A resolution was moved bv a Protestant member ami seconded by H Catholic priest calling upon the people of Ireland to come to tho support of Mi Parnell Ihe reso lutioii was carrnd without a dissenting vote The league branches at liulljniiders have telegraphed Mr i uiucano that he must choose between theulternalivo of re signing his seat in pailiament or support- ing Mr Parnell Ihe board of guardians at Abbeyleix Queens countv have decided tostaudli) Mr Parnell At KUhcoriuack andCharleville Cork counlv tho National league briuchos have passed resolutions indorsing the position assumed by Mr Parnell Tu Slrllio Out Tvtentj two Nnmxl CONCOUD N H Dec Ihe judunirj have unnnimouslj voted lo rtcommtud that tho names o twenli iiuml he DemocraU an. lUn Ke uoi In stitken from thi I of Ilu h In croup and whooping oough It Is import- nnt to have a remedy at once at hand that IB reliable and tut? Hires' Cough Cure fills the I bill better than any medicine that ever i been discovered. THE WORK OF CONGRESS indications Point Toward Inter- national Copyright. THh rLUHONS BILL COMES UP. Senntom Listened to the Heading oC Meaiure, and Republicans Predict It Will He City of Brook- lyn B Too. Dec the house Mr Simondy (Conu from tbe committee on pattmts, calkd up for consideration the copyright bill Mr Payson (Ills raised the question of consideration The house decided- jeas UJ najs 7k to consider the aill A motiou to reconsider a luotioo to adjourn a motiou to lay on the table and other motions were defeated 1 lie previ- ous question was 106, nays, 78 The house then adjourned, leaving the I as unfinished business The vote on consideration was as follows Tbe Vole la Detail Yeas-Messrs Adamlf Allen (Mich) Andrew, Arnold Atkiusoo (V, Va) Baker Bants, Bar tine Bajue Iklden Beikoap Blotmt, Boatner Bootliman Boutellc BleckmrWge Breck euridge (Ki Brewer Broslus Buchanan (N J) B irrowa. Burton Buttenvuitb Bynuni oaldwell Campbell Unwell Clieadle Clinatham Chlp- uiau Cogswell Coleraan Comstock Covert Grain Crala CulberUoa Cummlngs, Dal jell, Dargan. Darlington Dingloy Uorney Dun nell Uumphy Farquhur Plow or Gelmwn hftiDor Greenhalge, Qrout, Hausbrougb Har mer Hemphill Herbert, Herman Hilt, Houk, Kewbato, Kmsey I.a Follette l-vdlnw, too, Lee Lester (Oa) Lodge Maish McComns McCormlck McBufflw McKen McKInley McMillIn Moffltt Moore IN H Morey Morrow, Morse Mutchier u Ixmneli Q Nelll (Pa Osborne Outhwalte, Payne, Post Price, Hndar Quuckenbusb Qulnn Katuert, Ran 1 KeUly Key burn Kife Rusk Russell Saw yer Scull Sheruisa Stuvely Sirnonda, SmjBer Spinola, Spooner Stewart (Vt) Stockbrldije Stone (ha) Bnrot Sweeny Taraoey, Taylor (Tenn Thornap Tillman Town send (Colo TownsenS (Pa Tracey VaBdever, VanT Waddell Walker Wallace (N Y) Wiley Wlilcor, WilllamB (O Wilson Wilson, Wngnt Abbott Atkinson (Pa.) Barnes Brootshfre J B Blown Brufler Can non Catchiugs Clements Connell Co  the presulmu tu sitnti terms t. f si j ears f 11 per annum each to be known tin t itsionis commission IheperuiHii l of Ihe .ounmssion is to be at i tut in rt t aliHll heur or receive test n upon all ipeuuc sul jtcts mentions 1 m the cus hill aud upou unjtl liu rtluling d] rectly or indirectly to cutH i T 1 titca aid revenue Mr J D intr luu 1 u reso- lution milking the house b II t ule r a cummission oti the sui j t f tht ah o !iohc liquor ttafhc the s[ ml r h r of business fur lu sduN D 11 I In r utlon provides that the bill will V wkuu up ImmediaUjI} after the business been disposed of, anil the previous question shall be 1 aa ordered at o'clock on the same day A Apportionment Bill Dec 6 Kt pretentative Frank (Mo a member of the house com mittee on the eleventh CHISIIS hfis mtro an apportionment bill j r v i for a representation in the house of mem bers an additional members! ip uf tvven tyfourovtr the present house i he bill provides for one additional member for Alabama, Arkansas California Coloiado Geurgia Massael its Mtht gan Missouri NewJerse) n-.li iugtou and laconwin, and for two atldi tional members each for Illinois Mitine sola Penusjlvania and 7exa.i and lot- three additional members for >ebraska The bill does not reduce the repredenta tionofany state The bill provides that representatives shall be elected by districts composed of territory contiguous so that the distances from the central point of the district to the several boundaries of the district shall be as nearly equal as prac tlcable The population of no district is to be greater or less than the average pop ulation of the several districts by more than Brooklyn After a Recount, Too Campbell (X introduced in-the house a Joint resolu tlon directing the secretary of the interior to cause to be made a new enumeration of the inhabitants of Brooklyn A preamble to the resolution save that the census as announced is and complaint has been made by the citizeut, of Brooklyn against the correctness and completeness of this census, and it is not the duty of the citizens of Brooklyn to take aud retuin a census The expense, Ubor and responsi bility of doing so propeilv devolve on the government, and congress is requested to pass the resolution BROKER SUMNER ARRESTED Charged with Forgery tn the Edgar Mys- tery of NEW YOKE, Dec, leaf was turned last evening m the strange story of Broker Perrm H Sumner s alleged identi flcation of a suicide at the Getty bouse, Yonkers, last October, in the arrest of Sumuer on a warrant obtained bv. George R. Phoebus, reporter, an( Francis S Turner, a lawyer, on the f forger} From nil accounts w neu Sumi iden fled the man who killed himself with morphine as George H Edgar, a wealth) English cbemiM, the broker vvasplaving for a large stake Subsequently Sunnier went back on his identification and t >li] mauy conflicting stories The suicide oc curred Oct 25 and the maa who took his own life had registered at the hotel as George Smith and left a note to the effect that the inhuman t) of others bad ed his act bull later Sumuer denied that the man WHS Edgar, from whom he claim ed to have received letters since the sui cide It now appears that he wanted to secure Edgar's fortune of fciOJ DUO Edjal an outcast though an eldest sou Eirh in November buninci endeavoicd to inter esc Turner in sectning Edam's moitv telling the luwjei it is alleged, that it li could show a will made in his f iv or ml power of attorney tinted back a jtar 1 could sue foi hlfejtrs money in 1 Turner pretended to fall in with tlu scheme and introduced Phoebus as a ft l low scheme r er then showed 1 in and Phoebus puw el of attorney th it 1 a forced sign auri and tub arrest follow t He was locked up in police headquatt' i- CAtARRh li toe lot t looil It eannot bt bj looai H rtqulrw toaitttutlonfcl Hood i which through the blood eradicate! Impurity which causes and promotes anil effects it permanent Tturaiinds ol people testify to the succesi Hood's Sarsnparilla as a remedy for when other preparations had (ailed. Stuffed-Up Feeling. "I win lay 1 have been troubled forseT- years with that terribly disagreeable catarrh I took Hood's Sirsapa- with the very best results It cured Of Oiat continual dropping In my throat, and ituffed up feeling It 'has aho helped mr mother, who has Hken it for run down of health and kidney trouble Mm s. D> Putnam Conn 51 RlifrrTS Proparodonly I HOOD4CO Iho nrle, 1 owell M-ll 100 Dc3cs Ono Dollar The largest variety ol SUPERFINE PRFAM CHOCOLATES, guaranteed lo bethe finest made In the U 8 will be found at ANGKT.O CAMERA'S Fine Confectionery Store, SO u iJ TKKWTON, N. J loe Fancy Frnlta, Cream, Soda l Cream Sodas, Milk Beaten, Lemonade, aJwayi on hand, and the beat f hat can be hs< and made. Thcoo ure Prlcefi conveni- ent lot ill JUS i HIM A CASE OP THOSE A Made by of Boston, at Broad Street Pharmacy. UUUH Kftiiin the Compliment v lh J Hie u iiuiral of the Hrtuihtui (lu c k'ilt  of state ami the oil i r M M t t rs if the president cnbiuet SMI r ult tht ami lit t (rt i Ad uiira) alktr liuual tihtrar 1) ai d other ur-s ul Ihe un I f the I nitetl iifs J )je Miiriue bti Has in attend S u nl U t Mnjor II i s I) i II eluti in hert is 1 1) i I s I M i 1 ut 10 tit f li LU In i I ISi utts I lio fliHici ilu liui tuktl llui etiubliLiilib tiNu I if in the inatUr uf CUUHLlllll U ail 1 ll 1 I II 1 UL UUt ill U_h I li Stllll ll IT I ll efiUHl It the mukLiip t tl lnl t t boartla Sun i H AtUcteU Jl i ULL J SUCLI tin, faster was exuinniL 1 iloctuis evtuuig tu dis cover bis nun 1 KfTtcttd It f Jiuid ttiat he and deliri oiitf and ihut tlie cHUses were Loiilineiuieiit impure air and want of food fence i do clurea tbat he will perform the taak that ho has undertaken Auother Windfall for Cornell. ITHALV N "i Dec It is publicly an noutitbd here tlmt the late L) H tajftr weather thi inilliouaiiL leather merchant of New cit> left 1 v his will the sum of UOU t Cornell umvtrsity Ihe will has not >et bteu prululed nud tlie uuiver eity authorities to state the termi of Uie bequeat Taken from the Sherift mid Lynched, DANVILLI- Dtc A special to fha Bagister fr m Diakt N iJnuich Charlotte county that Had taken from tin uheritt an 1 1> nthed on the roadside murdtred known citizen of C litirtotte named aucey several weeks ago Anotlit-r (rtptured SOMHSIT Pi DM i lot NiLely has been lodp.fi! in ul tart ik WHS captured just outM It tl I i iuli limits in a barn l wl i I) u N h w ii taken liie bi it u 11 i L letH Both the method and results when of Tys is taken; it is Olid 10 the taste, and acts gently jet piomptly on (lie Kulnejs, Liver and Bowel" ckaix 9 tho sys tern efTtctu.ilh, on! ]i lioad- uhes and and CIIKS Jubuual coii'tipation. (f iigs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro tliieed, pleading to tlio taste and ac ceptable to the otomacri, prompt in Us action and trulv beneficial m its effects prepared oi.ly ftom the mo--t hcaithy and substances, its many excellent quihtus commend it to all and h n e made it the most popnhr Knnun of 1 ir-> w foi sale in 50c and 81 bottles in i'l leading drug gi-ts Any rcha1 le may not have it n hind will pro cure it promptly f r any one who wishes to try it. Da not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA PO SYRUP CO. SAV CO CIL, xr t CL w, N r No Charge for Teaching. will leach yon to ride free of charge, with no conditions Imposed WHITE CYCLE CO. 118 N BEOAD STEEET, TEENTON, N J, t-ff Bafety Blcycl S10 to 81SS Trlcyclen W 60 8260 to !8 Secondhand Mat-hlnpfl a full line at low prices Call and see us CataloKiie free mnd nhli (fKxls to bo pan) fir n Ulivory gfnri nUm[ f r logua U r o 10 EXECUTOR'S SALE. Household Qaodfl of WtllUm West, Deo'd. DECBVIBEHS, 1890, AT 10 O CLOCK A M At late residence, 107 West State street Consisting ol Parlor Furniture Trinity Chair, nine nalri Lace nnd teven palm Tnr ooman Curtains Pules and Fixtures Cloi is, two set Hrass Andlrous Antique mdeboarl Walnut and Mnrble Top Tables, flvn Wulnnt Bedroom Hultes, Feather Beds, Matlre ses Hprlnits Toilet Beta, Dining Room and KlUihon Furnl tllre' SU8AN B WEST, A E LLAKK J H CoiioN.Auct WOMB note is eiff GOLDEN SPECIFir It PAn br ctvcn In n of or la arl cltHi of food, without the xnowlpdfte of The patient, n nooenBury It is absolutely and will whether moderate drinker orwn Klnonolld wreok. IT NRVKH FA11 M. it no quietly with iuah no quiony WHO IUOQ nQdorgOM no ho Is awftrfl. hli complete li oj fm. Itlnty thtt tho Ud n. A DRuQOIBT, and Bvnonr 8U., Trontot, M, J, MADE BY SPECIAL PROCESS--THE BEST. Cocoa is of suprim in itan f is in uti It (f diet. Van Houten s has f rnt moi 11 sh f rming proper- ties than exist m the best (if t 'her coc( is "BEST GOES FARTHEST." The tissue uf tht, L >i M 1 t in ii so s fttruil is t n ruler it eas) of digtsthn   e a I jir ve tlea ule iu the v wrlii Asli uiier afi i i T i ii j i i-! i 15 EAST STATE STREET. NTHUi S'I'YhH! DH1UUYO. SEAL TURBANS, SEAL CAPS, B i-'JV T. t- S, VI H jft. v >-'JX c't-T.O-V YOUMAN'S HATS A WliT'llNG MAOUTNK No Ribbon. Direct Printing. Perfect Alignment E. Challenger Co., GENERAL AQEMT9, NO 1407 CHESTNUT STREET Philadelphia, PC. SEND FOB CATALOGUF HAU ITIIS MAN Untigbt his pmtoof AMF.KIC4N OlvUi fiiVD TAILORfNG 00, woald aul ka I ow mat e wind hu> k 1 r MS Mea, Soya Ckiln a t t w tw ,r uo j in t SAMpr i] o o< J and Ji4, our 'UMi'Lfi tt i ii U1, for 99 duartcu lor Oti1 Irea'a f-, i aU 0101HINO MA'JE K) h lUmtuilur, is bMt L iiw fC fiA and itht In t iii m w Saet State, Oor. Warren Kerns Main s Have been asslgnt 1 tbe Agents lor the Referee Safety, And Invite their friends and all who taSe Bt In cycling to stop In and examine It at the Cor. Warren and Mill Sts. Repairing a i tv AT W A To'ls' Dolls 1 T largest and finest ai- sortment to be found in ihe whole scute Doll heads, wigs, arras ehoea and (loll i eras of every i ind Dolls that do everything but Ulk at lower pni than ever Also a grand new stock of very flue nnd stylish Umbrellas among which wi offer one lot GOOD Gloria, fall i-lzo Umbrel'as with silver at only 98c worth 40 In the city all over LsWst of and Hand Baus, Pocket Books, lldira Bnreau ovirs Slumber Kobes Silk Handkerchief ai d Mnfflers, and ladies and gents Olnvv ol every make Among our Oloves we onrrv tho most durable kids, warranted tlu t) st made in the market Fine Und rwuar Cambric parnKntii, Corsets Hosiery and many nsofiil presents arriving now evttry Children s and IrfaniarO lEBta our olalty Hand knit Xephyr Worstid Hoots a careful selected assortment No am vals also in misses' and children s luts and caps late t styles All onr goods are tho very best obttunftt lo and prl-os HUABANTEED Vv OPPOeil'E CITY HALL. P Jnst received a lot Black ALL SILK for ladies and genta i JNT N f OF ALL irrNue AT THK TRENTON 'EAUMEY H BFAbLEY, COUNSELOR AT r.AW, 113 Street, Trenton, N. J. JOHN H COUNSELOR AT TAW, Korot Kitchle corner 8tate Witrreu slreeta. T AW OFFICES, FDWABD H, MUBPHY, 144 Sircot. Trenton, N J. JOHN CAMINADE, AF10KNEY AT LAW, 187 HAST STATE STKKXT TRZNTON N rpHE AIHA91ISKA. 26 NORTH WARKSN 8TRKRT, TBKNTON, N J UPDEGFOVE LFTTS, old DR BOAKDMAN is not dead! Ue is the only doctor of that that ever lived in Trentoo. WEST FKONT STRKKI F AFPLEOA1E, GRADUATE OPTK IAN, Corner State and Warren Streett. I 9 A M (Foret A Rlchey Building HotBS pTOM 1RENTON, N J This Fye a Specialty T ANNINQ 4 CBOOK DXALERD [M Ranges and Generally. LUCAS MIXED PUNTS (ALL Broad and Centre Htrpets PAI'KONTPIB HOME IUJJUSTRr AND Be? THB Trenton Watch. The most reliable watch for the money Call and see the large assortment at THE KKI Perry Stroot, Opposite Trinity M P Oburoh READ THE TRPNTON TIM1B.   

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