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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOL. IX. NO; 2187. ERIN'S INTERNAL STRIFE. Justin McCarthy Leads the Half Hundred Seceders A SLltlOlS SI'lII n IHt PAUTT. to tlif Ki Ift lurtid and the Irish People on Xnxlimn Are Hulil to Kc-int the Ac lion nl the t lergy I iinell LOMXJN I) i H-UiB Parndhtes and their i IN i Mtd on thtlr anus SuO laj iiftiitlf i, events of Saturday IheseUMi n of f itj (he meiubtrs of the Irish PHI luimtntHr) I ally from the con ventlun upon Mr Punells rtfuanl to put a mot i ii rlmii, him to leave tlie chair, is still 11 i Ik f tl t tow n J he Parnell ites it u in Ifi t d Hie di XIOIH to force HU upp< aho l lu UN try aw soon a1- possible and (Ibini th it tl eu afraid to trtibrn t the msue of their conduct to the people It is Udl on the alleged author ity of I inn lit il} that the part} headed by Jiibtm Mt( urth) their setts with nt an) resign itiona up Loldini, tl e cause of home rule and wait- ing tune to hmin ut a bober and j 1 c nt in tho now excited Irish toiiiiitui n n s Ilrdili i lh.il, IBI.I.C Itutt Mr Hum said th it Mr Famuli a cause would lose insieid of gaming with tho progress of turn ind that the next gen eral tlecti n w ill t ace him deader than lgaa< Butt Pan ell on the other hand, IH Bald to feel i nliulj confl lent and to be alread} sclectn Miuess rs for those who have deM i tid i im Jh is in ample funds, as bluet tie Inisijn in the party eral Annncan have forwarded monev rliruth ti I 1111 instead of to treasnrt rs f i merlj appointed A large pr< pun inn i f tin Irish members have been in rf of st ip< n Is f r tl ur services In pailin M and it IB d file lit to see how thotu disc i ueted fn in Pdrnell are to net 11 eir salaries hereafter as the cum nion fun 1 is t ke i up I the imbroglio The McCartlijiten Mill Need Money. One f the first tasks of the McCarthy ites will be to devise some nchirieof rinsing a fur 1 independent of that 11 r lift re nil I up ni for parlunient- JlsTIS M ClKTHT ftry expenses and it is not likely that either faction will obtain much money from the Irish people until the question of inpremacy is settled Ireland Alilaze with Excitement. All (lay buuday Ireland was ablaze with excitement man} public meetings being held, and the split in the party being the uuUersal topi< of discussion and tlon everjwhen The mass meeting in Phoenix park Dublin was not so large as had been antic ptted, in fact was not a formidable gathering lu point of size though it was quite turbulent It was distinctly a Paniell meeting, and Healy and other opponents of that leader were burned in eflits Judging from the bit- terness of the denunciations against them, they would have been burned in person had the} been present Most of the im promptu meetings hastily convened were in Parnell's favor and in more places than Dublin the chief enemies of Parnell were figuratively h) fire Ihe bish ops manifesto condemning Pjrnell was read in all the churches at main, a d the priests added exhortations to the people to obe} the spirit of that document in their political action Clerical Interference Resented, The people did not seem to take kindly te this clerical interference m some cases, and at Mitehelstown and Kilkenny the Nationalists met after sen ice and adopted resolutions snpportiug Paruell In Ar magh the priests propose to stump the country against Parnell It is believed however, that on the whole the church will confine itself to moral Simmon The excitement in London political circles is Intense, and today's action of the Irish factions in parliament is awaited with the greatest interest, particularly as there are rumors of startling developments In the way of a lor} Irish alliance fio Oflenslve Epithets. Saturday night b conference of the anti Parnelhtes was Prolonged until after mid night, Mr Justin McCarthy presiding A committee consisting of Messrs McCar thy, Dicksou, Murphy Barry, Morrough, Healy, Sexton and Power was appointed to draft a prospectus for a limited com pany to establish a d tily National paper in Ireland It is thought probable that United Ireland will become a daily and be selected as the p irtj Ihc majority- we alive to the dis tth intakes which they suffer in the lending Nationalist papers being on Piunells hide as well as the whole maehlne-i} of the league bring mi der his control Both are preparing for an immediate cimpaign in Ireland Prominent It a It is assert 111 it there were no offensive epitluts exchanged between meml ers of the mal fictions when the breakup ticcuired as hus been reported The mayor of Cork, after heai ing of the secession of the majority from the Nation allst meeting telegraphed to John OTon Absolutely A eream of bating pottder. t of In lowimg V. 0. Oot- uor as 1 u y b illot of acuusulti if, L mm it tee of eight. Many of the McCarthy peopl itre 1 (or funds as they rclie i oil the qu ti ei 1> cheeks foi i ich aru Just cumin., due I tl eik.8 ill rob ably be withheld by Mi Purnell aud it is likel) tht nee ly mi m bus will be pa d from the fun i raise 1 S iturday foi the establishment (f a p i( cr The anti Paiuelhien tire discussing the ftdvihabililyof having Mu (i lir en and union return via .TIKI ee in ftincti eoun try a convention could bt held for the pur pose of obtaining their H Ui e before they submitted to learrem tn 1 imj i imminent Messis Gillioih P OBiitrii iiew and Mahoti are Btill classe i im doubtful This ui ikes the Healy McL irilij party s strength fifty, and the Paruellites thirty oue Some of the PFOHH iniiieiits The Diul) News sajs Ihe McCarthy ftes desi the greatest ertdit both with Englishmen and Ir shmeu f jr their ilrin nesfe courage liaey have substituted j a man who has no self but his cause for a man havn g no cause but Inms if Ihe Chronicle sajs Histoncilly speaking Mr Parnell has not been deposed from the leadership. I he question hich party haa the right to call itself the Nation can be determined onl> by an appeal to the Inah constituencies The IrlKh Untoys Manifesto. NEW Dec 8 Dillon, O'Brien Gil! and O Connor arrived last night fn.ni and were driven to j the Hoffman house 1 hey w mid not talk to the reporters of their inteu Jei move mente or of Irish affairs in tbe evening the) issued the following state- ment e regret that we aie obliged to continue to maintain silence in the ur cumstances of the present movement We have cnbled our approval of the choice of Mr Justin McCarthj aa cbairmin of the Irab party, and an eai nest hope that all our colleagues and our people may see the waj clear to acquiesce in that choice aud so restore the pi celebs c f unity of our part} hatever ad iiti jual comrnum cation we ma} find ourselves at liberty to make to the public w ill be m ide collect- ively So long as we can see an) possi bilitj of saving the countrv- from a rum ous conflict we prefer tl at our views should suffer by our holding our tongues rather than that the pohmbiliij of unity should be prejudiced by one injudicious word at this painful moment Albany Supports Furnell ALBAM Dec Irish qrfheties of this city held a rousing meeting Sunday, the outcome of which was a resolution to send the lollowmg cablegram to Mr Par nell 'The Lmted Irihh societies of the capital citj of the empire state, of ISew York repudiate secessionists an 1 unquah fiedly pledge support to Charles Stewart Parnell The secretary was also instructed to write a letter to O Bnen M, P telling htm that as he had seceded from Parnell his serv ices as lecturer for the cause were not required 'u this city NEWS OF CONGRESS The Outlook of the Lodge flections Bill Said to Be Brighter WASHINGTON Dec Republican caucus committee haa ifbt determined on an order of as yet HO nothing definite can be ki own of the prospects of business in thit bodj except that the de bate on the ftdeiul elections bill will be pushed forward our ing the week Ihe elections bill is tl e unfinished business of the senate aud such it comes up each day at I o clock If the Democrdtie seiia tors continue to it h m opposi tioii to the bill duiiug ihu week the Re- publicau senators will d mbile-vj insist that it be taken up immedidtelv after the morn I Uaiuess to the exclusion of eu endar business, m order th it it mav, be brought to a vote at as a da} as possible ben ator Blair may makeanothei ellort during the wt-ek to get the labor bills before the senate, but this is extieiuei} doubtful bo much opposition has developed th it he doea not care to make the on the question of consideration Should the emeus committee deem it necessary to in the proposition to change tbe rules so as to estibush the previous question the debate on the elec tions bill ma} be diverted mt udibeussion of this question but it is alto0ether uu likely thit the committee will act at this time A great man} of the Republican senators believe that rather th m seethe rules changed and so much power put in tbe hands of the majont} the Democrats will virtually const-ill to the passage of the elections bill There are thirty three puUic building bills on the calendar of the home awaiting final action and the committee on rulea will give the ubhc buil ling committee a day and possibly two daja this foi the disposition of their mcastiies It is probable that there w ill be no more public building legislation this sesMon A Battle with Desperadoes CHUKt BLbto Ind Dec 8 Marvin K.uhns the desj erado who is wanted in different localities for crimes ranging from horse stealing to murder and for whose arrtbt 000 reward is offered, shot and mortally wounded by Depmj Sheriff Wilkinson of Fort ayne, ueai here A desperate gun fight between Kulms, two of his gang and three deputy shenffa followed the attempt to urrtst the dea perado In the light, James Mtad, of gang shot Officer Kennely m the head, inflicting what is thought to be a mortal wound, and himself shot ID the leg Kuhns received two bullets in the buck but succeeded in escaping on horseback lie nforcements were had and a hot puisuit waa given Kuhns was found two hour later at a farm house near by Death Came Suddenly NEW Dec Bniry a blacksmith residing at J07 Hovt street, Brooklyn atttndul the an en Street Methodist Lpiscopul church last tuning and related his experience H  There U nothing tnken that will break up a conga or cold like that peer of all remedies, Hirer Congh Cure In croup aud whopping oongb IU affect IB aBUmlRhlng It in agree- able and pleaiant to take rKKNTON, MONDAY AHTKKNOON, DKCCGM.BKK s, 1890. AFTER ALLIANCE VOTES.' TWO Alleged Agents of the Democ- racy at Ocala BUT OM1 BOTH. The and the Democrat! Said to Nearly Agreed Concerning the Sllb- Ireanury View of the Mean tug of the Third Party Movement Of ALA tin Dec is allied here that the naticmal lealeraof the Lkmocrfttlc party have many here in their i ate reals and that the policy of the Na tioual Fanners Alliance in ruauv respects will bo influenced by them notably in the of the sub-treasury bill That raeaa me i? now uti 1 r c j isideratiou of the alh uute ll is predioted tUat when it finally conieb from the committee it wilt have been modified and changed m raauy im particulars with a view to making it accord ith the Democratic doctrine to s ich an extent that it caa easily be under stood by tfiL National Democratic cooveu ti n of 1WJ ur ptrhaps be passed by cou j-.n.'ss piior to tliat event The Third Furty Scheme Hie alhan t, Ocala platform could, it is alltged secure absolute adoption by the National D mocruic aud this ith the in of the sub-treasury bill would place the Democratic party up HI the tarinerb Alliance plat form 1 he third party movement, it is whis- pered in SOIIH quarters is a slow trick of th i itional Democraty to destroy the publnnn m the west and northwest and also the negro Republican vote m the south thus enabling tlie Ut mot ruts to se cure su ens in near y all the djubtful states m 1W lo da> s dobitt on the re I jrt of the committee on the sub treasury bill will either strengthen or weaken theae >ns A strong effott will be made to alljw representatives to be present during the de on the cjinmittees re- port asTEs n-MUitrwiH be by far tho most impjrtJint action of the alliance on any publ c nii.d. ure which has a beariug on u ilioiial politics EMMA WAS MURDERED That fuct Clearly I-tttiliilfthed by a Phil- adelphia Xpert. Pu Dec 8 Impjrtaut devel oprneDts m the case of f mum Pfitzen ratjer who w w f juiid in her bister s house her throat cut come to light tlie unfortunate girl nas not buried Saturday as wuppofeed but instead was merel} 1 we red into the gr ivc in the presence uf the assembled mourners After the} h id left the LS lifted out of the open grue and taken to the chapel, tthtre Dr Iformad the well known Phila delptua expert made a second post mor- tem examination He discovered a wound on the lit ad which had been overlooked, and demonstrated to those assembled that any one of the four wounds in the girls thro it would caused her death thus clcarlj establishing the fact that she was murdered ihe bod} was then consigned to tlie b veral persons made affilavits that thej heard struggles and cries within tlie Schmidt household on the fatal night Mr and Mrs Schmidt have all along m untamed that the} heard no sounds Constables are guarding the Schmidts at their house which virtually places them under arrest ihe theor} ot th >se working on the case is that Lmma was murdered by Mrs Sehmilt after a jealous quarrel It is thought th ii after returning from the ball, Lmma and s limidt entered the room and tnat w hile they were there the wife caught them in a compromising position Lu r tgtd with jeilous furv she is supposed to have plungid the knife into the guilty girls neck Ihe kiiife was theu placed neir the to make it appear that she commute 1 buicide It is expected tbat the ill be taken Into custody today iue itiqtust w ill be 1 eld m a day or two Plttsburg s Cathedral Ke opened, Piir-BLHi, Die Piuls Roman CatliolR catludril after being entirely renovatul throughout was formally re opene 1 bund i) ith j r ntilici il hich mass, Caidmul Gibbons preaching he sermon Man} distinguished were p res ent among who n Cardinal Gibbons Archbishop Ryan erf Philadelphia Bishop U Hara of biranlon Bishop Mullen, of I rie Bisht p of llarnsburg, Bishjp Ke in of aud Bishop Patterson of Columbuh O In the even ing Archbishop delivered a lecture on Christian. iv ilization and the Dangers that llireaten It About 000 was taken m at the morning and evening services for reservtd scats i he money will go toward for the improvements of the cathe di U ch H now oue of the handsomest west )f the (htiges Aifiiintt Treasurer i i: n i Hoi K Ark Dec 8 fitel) i in uiated on the streets that btju 1 reabiirer ilium L was 000 in 1m iccu nits It seems that large suiiib ul nunej been advanced to certain parties foi private purposes and owing to tlie of the markets those parties ire unable to return it A reporter visited the state treasurer Situr du} aud in reply to the question as to the shortage Mr said that he knew of it and Unit it was time enough to talk of such matters should an mvesti gallon disclobe the facts to be (is stated llrooklyn A giiO.OOO Itlaxe BKOOKIIN Dec last nuht in the four storj bru k buildings >ios JJ5 mid SJT 1 niton stutt oceujned by A I Namm, dealer in window shades and upholsterers' dr ipertcHy I the bU ck a id building to tin extent of 000 Ihe loss ih fully Court i bj insurant e the well known randy mtrthunt who oti upies an stoit had his stock d imaged to tlie extent of tl KK) BIMitnij I-Jertlnj? lluonierx KHlTA Kan Doc Elliott, of the Pifth cavilrj ejected hfty five boomers from the Cherokie strip Satur daj lluj weu camped on Bear (reek, twenty miks smith ofCaldwell and were foiccd to cioss tho state line five miks east of (aldwdl Ihe cavahy IH laiding the strip f( r boomtrs I Ife Sentenbfi for ti Chicnffo Margin LHICAOO Die in the case of Mfunit stair rliarged witli murdering Mr find Mrs Ntwland b> pinning poison in Liu ii f K I n d a vi r lu t >f murder, and fixed her puiiiRhmpnt at impris nmeiit in the penitintiary for the riu I it her nulxral life Ihe prisoner taintt 1 un hear uif he verdict i Fatal QiiArrol of Brother. BAT Cm Mich Dec 8 -Jude and Rob- ert Smith farmers living near Lmwood, quarreled over a piece of timber hen the latter r lined his gun and fired, killing the former instantly DEFIANT ENGLISH PGA I it. rniit Hllny the It I i r L i II. i 1 of Sml De s Mt i J i k sun I o us hut s; iing n u 1 I n i 1 btatfs neiiil of t ku n f i n ka havtriL, e mpleted his !il is luis ic tut i i 1 to is Linrtt n Mi i ks n uls i studied tl e f ir st 1 1 flshei H K v erj emplmtK in I -i tie t uncuitK i f 1 1 t j actions til lii it sh o i I n Ml build t t id s f tli 1 Jisl ernmeiit i, i th United itcs Ii the govt MIHH i t t f llu L nite 1 It sajs d t i t imniedi-itelj tiki sive me i s t j 1 1 t tit i t TI h strnctH i f f ir M Is this i 1 will in a ve it i be t it d last) i ai tl N it! Amen ill i pany exe< itul a cnntraet wi I j I i 1 States ttkminw tt p 13 tqu v tl ?1 HO QUO uni nail} fi r llit pi iv tit f, i K 60 (XX) but were unaH til m re than while the But i chip- swarniiig thevviurs in e] ct ot our revet u cult is ind tie I the Inited siittH ilh allv at 1 i Ii i mi nutely cui tnie 1 moie than M J M s This im i nl er how ever 01 p ts about one f th f their ictti i 1 indu tor while in an endeavor to ca[ t re il em mi der water the p me he is killt 1 n it tl un 200 LHX) seals which thev cou I I u t I nuj, to the surf tct I he officers of ihe H ir often vvitti mt ordeis or aut! i wete powerless t d to i u t the destruction c f the seals and tt p p i h rs in sheer del ince of their prentice eon tmued the destructive work mtil there are very feu seals reman nn Ihe} indiscriminately killed m t r ut of the catching si me n and fen tie seals treated with no more consider itiuu. than the males seals scarcely able tj t iko cire of themselves in the water wer-1 n tl lous 1} killed lie} were not takn fr m the ro  vvi 1 as Kalakaua are m the Ii le L tider the treat} tie} i L >r a bonus of two cent a i oiind n all tl j0 ir Nr w under the MeKinle} b 11 ich in tkes free the} Use tli-, bee tU'-e tl e growers of tin- countrv ree ive H b ui f two cetita ti pound If the the H iw ui m islands come un 1 r the Vnur c in fi u the wonl I rteev it i I which would mm tint to in lln us per }ear It is believed tli U the idnnnistrdtioa will re eeive Kal ik lu i s vtrt IKS with favor Mr HI unc un re( e Ued occasions has ex pressed the opinion that sound policy de man Iw thut the L mud States should con trol the Haw man Islands, and he will back an movement for their acquisition on favorable tt rnn It is i ot known what demands Ktlakaui will make birt the be hef is that they will not be excessive Bur-glint Uealqiii ters Loc ited O D S -BmgHrs latel} entered the knee uf Dr J A Kiramtl who with his familv i- pen ling the winter niFiiDpe and em 1 IT tverjtliiiu of value Lnst mfcl 1 i n> i If tbt most ancient and most general o( a family Ii eutlrely from It, while thousand! aro Iti infferlni ilsres Rood 9 Sarsaparilln remarkable success In curing erery foiui scrofula The most severe and painful running sores, swellings In the neck 01 goitre, humor In tlie eyes causing partial er total blindness yield to the powerful ilecU of this medicine me wors "My son was aflllctcd with the wont Ijpe of Hrotula, and on the recommendation ef my druggist I gat e him Hood s Today he Is sound and well notwithstanding It was laid there was not enough medicine Illinois to effect a cure J CHHIITIAK, i, lit Be inre to gel Uaroaparilla tali by .11 itriiBHlitu FI o.lf hy U I HOODAM AI In lirlet Lowsll Kf IOO Doses One Dollar No Chargfe- for Teaching. We will tench yon to fide free of charge with no oomyfMuiV Imposed WHITE OTCLE CO. 118 N BEOAD STREET 1KENTON, N J Safety Bicycles. 110 to SIM Tricycled M 80 to KS Velocipedes, 12 60 to Beoond hand Machines, a full line at low prloefi Call and toe Catalogue free. 1 11 I ILI I s I HU I I s> i- m I ill rthLii Ini I i i nc a I 1 ii I i imik tonll III, i lU nil tin i i liken fi [I I 111 Is. I I I I I L 1 furlKi t till 1 i i h inuv tl l U-, [hit I ilbi-t-HUik i n it jl 1) fr t 1 n 11 s c l) I I lr  Morkiutc shiieil fr m their graip urouu 1 forue strikm0 llit, men aud lull i lu juries from nlmli the) died after Ihelr uiunes im s i r an 1 Mil liu I he formers in in il uid liases a widow and cliil Irt i Clttltus Mi (I. 11 l.i i a Relative CLNCINN'.ii D is i Morsbaok Co a saddler) In in u urt burmiebs at No 214 Main slnet lntvLiiusi.il tin urnst ol O out of thiircltiks It was fotintl that he ha 1 from time to time bezilt 1 m jney mall n i4 000 and 15000 He im issi 1 to pitrt of the theft He claims he m related ex President Cleve Und. A Thief st. ill 000 I mini AM-nmr s i i KIM nlainlng 75000U fiitnts i sini I ii m m I bank to I im I is I 11 n si I i hile eu route the i h t i lace bitMit n t n I i I l u rj I IM as ji.t n j ilos I ll il Hi is l MI tit --SHI s t 111 I k I0 IS OUK Is 111 I ii I Ir in s 1 ilrlet III II it 1 Nl n l K s A i il I t i r iti tht. i im 1 1 n i il i 11 f i-.li i M n M is 1 1 I 1 I Paul s i h n tl ill] i u s 1 la! let is i 1 1 r ii ru I s i i the metlmd i up of ri0's la taken; it is pleasant nnj iififshiniT to the and acts entl) jtt piomptl} on t'le kilnejs, Luer and lijwtis di UIHS the (era efkittulK, dispiU c ]i luad ilies and and CIIKS liilntiml c n-tipation. of 1 13 the onl) remedy of its kind ever pro duced, jileasing to the taste and ac reptalile to the stomach, prompt in it' action and truly beneficial in its fitcts, prepired oily from the mo t hi ilthy and agreealile substances m miny excellent qnalitit-s commend it to all and mule it the mobt popuhr remeih known Sirup of id for sale in 50c and SI bottles In ill leading driu gi-ts Any reln'ili, t may not have it on hind pio cure it promptly fir one v'n wishes to try it. njt accept an) substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAH FRAhCISCO C Ii LOUISVILLE KY Yl IK It Y AT WA Polls' Dolls' The Urgcat and finest aa aortment to be fonnd in ihe whole State Dolt heads wigs, arms shoes and doll items of every I ind Dolls that do everything hot tilk, at lower pn OB than ever Also a grand now stock of very fine and stylish timbre las among wl ch we offer one lot GOOD Gloria full mi Umbrellas with silver at only 9dc wj th 40 in tho city a 1 over Latest stales of Cuba Satrlnls and Hand Bagp, Pocket Books, lidios Bureau overs Slumbt c Bobes Silk Handkerchiefs and Mufflers, and ladies and gonta' Gloves of every make Among our Olovta we carry the most durablo kids, warranted tho b st made in the market Fine Undnrwear Cam' ric farm nts, f orsets Hosiery and many useful presents arriving now every day (hildrens and Infants O tlta our spo cialty Hand ki it Zephyr Worsted Oooilo a careful selected assort mont Now fl also m mi egos and children H hats and caps, late t styles All onr goods aro tho vory host obtainable and prt ea GUARANTEED t -i t, OPP08JIK Oliy P received lot ALL SILK Muffler, for ladles and Of AIT KINDS AT THK TRENTON TIMK8 JOB PBTw-rlNQ OFFIOB PURE SOLUBLE CHEAP. Rich Digestible Stimulating Nourishing. Having d pLLuliail) dcliujus flivor a food and drink combnud at i halt cent d cup and fit for a pnncc. VAN llou UN'S I'm :OA "BEST GOES FARTHEST." HOt Its s V i tried, ulwnyi u.ed' Inventod Ind psteit I mul l.miKl. In Holland I k ow ojj.d bribe em nent doctors "d a> l il il u.iu uml u OA onlergona Ibo .f lln foruil y t tncreuied fifty pep Largest Mle m i (or is 11 11EV tnd tuke 'I'll 1 11 i i i i 15 EAST STATE STREET. WINTHiU STYI.HS DKIIUYS. SEAL TURBANS, SEAL CAPS, S  -S, I-IVAV-JX tj-T Q-V i- S. YOUMAN'S HATS A SFKCIAT.TY. MM) MAN Bought hi, ef the AMERICAN CLOTHING AND TAILORING 00, not hivi how mark tb< wild thitngh hi, utili S ut tht MM, (hi 8L31 TAILOR-MADE At luatk 1 th.B pnci Ow tt 8AMPI V OVKROOAT8 worth Md ear SAMPT.V 8t i wer.h for GkildiWi u OLOfHINQ MADL P- Himtmbtr, u but kuoM i r with, right t 0, B. 3 State, (lor. 8' 0 O O 0 The question is often asked "Can good Dress Silks be obtained I answer, Yes And call attention and invite inspection to some grades of Black Dress Silks in Gros Grams, Armures, Failles, Luxois, Duchess and Pol d' Soi, of reliable manufacture, which for superior quality, rich deep black and handsome finish cannot be excelled They are guaranteed good wear- ing My sales of these desirable goods for the past six weeks has been phenomenal. The question, to buy Black Dress Goods, has already been answered by the trade m the generous patron- age extended to me for these goods, making, as I do, a SPECIALTY OF MOURNING GOODS, pacing particu- lar attention, selecting, as to make, quihty and good black. Customers may ft el sure of alwajs getting good material at prices most reasonable. AFTER FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5th, THE STORE WILL BE OPEN EVERY EVENING UNTIL AFTER CHRISTMAS. The larncst Mtrletv nl t ni LHOtOLATES, KUHranteed to he the lineal matle In the U R will he ft mid at ANGKT.O CAMERA'S Fine Confectionery Store, SOB so u J.TT A D STREET, TRKNTON N J Fancy Fruits, Ice ream I a Watt r Ice x ream Rodafl, Milk Shaken At always on hand and the that can had and made Thewe urt laotji PrlroR onnvcnl nnl lor all JUS I OPFNHJ. A CASE OF THO8F JrJ-iTi- CIIOCOT J.1 l- 5, Mftde by Ujwney of BoHton tU Broad Street Pharmacy. Kerns Mains Have been I the Agents for Referee Safety, And Inrlte ttuir friends and all who In to rent la cycling to st ip in and examine It at the Cor Warren and Mill Sts. Uepalrlng mpf lit! i (1 nliip gonla to i d f r H lollTpry r V i tf 700 tt oo   

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