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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOL. IX. NO. WKDNKSDAY AKTK.KNOON, 10, 1890. TWO O'BRIEN GOES SATURDAY. _ He Sails to Seek a Conference with Parnell. THE MI1HI Cheered by IiUluiitn In London, Purnell HnjM u I txi urds ruing the Great I'repni itlnns to Givw Him itu Ovation Hi, Keachea Ireland, Dtc 10 Loiibequeuce of the publican m of misled vernluus of tbe cablegrams just passed be- tween Mr Parnfll and Mr O'Bnetionthe subject uf Tor ttie rtuuioii of tbe Irinh paitj Mi U Bnui coiuiuuul cated to the i itwa the whole coriebpuiideuce u follows An Lender and Irlend NBW KK D L 7 1890 To Mr Paruell M P Hoiibtj ul Commons, Lou d JLI j I al rink wild h t r ;r f rom lak ing Bides agun t j u m u opens Buch au ullli i. pr hpecl ufium aud dingrace to our uiu e rinuutrh ut this unliappy business I hate ab uuut J li u turn t. ut-u id personally off usiie t j j i, u ai J i n ad M h det.pent pam and dismast H i it lli r ut al atuu-Us made on ou u befc re Ireluu 1 H trreli lovably tonunlLti 1 tja rutiiLua t iilliu I appeal to jou tm a It-adcr I ha VL lor Un t arn been proud to folluw and n> a frn.nl f >r wlium I still feel a warm off itiuti tin jou nut. bee uouie vsay by wlikh ftli k suft-kiiur liru jour reputation, tbetouuuj in t> gated f ruin the dewtrucUoa which thitattjua ILUAM O Too Lute for Keicuv. I ONDON, Dec 8, 1890 To Mi O Lnen l! ffrnsn Had >ou wir 1 pri r to Saturday some sug- gesli n f r >ii] in have succeeded Now too laU for UK to je breeders from a poslu >u b! i 1 I w vt.r be ver> glad to nee aud i< iihu t ou uu ur iv 1 in Lurope I'ARNEI i In addition lo the Mr O'Brien foi war led Lhfc following cablegram yester- day O i.rUn Will Sail haturdny, Vw Dec 9 1800 To Mr Parcel! M 1' UM of Commons. etft to flod ujf iersl< u of my CODfl deutiul cal) publwhtd lu the prewi ref 1) own a total gof my mea- hiUi was j n mpttd bj a regard fur past ser TILP aid Ijj a su 1 affection, an 1 i! theknovMe UH f u lleagues here In ea n th it tin Uht in with tU "ill o! a niaj ntj of tlio party whose electu i of iliiin u wt n d roed fiud a alMiiiln trj n hhi saved from a ruinous (.mil L II 1 our reply leaves little gr< i n 1 r h ipt LtiL having a regard Lo the li nub- in i rices to the country of a pro i I n i i iru am still anxious t  full with Parnell Dn TOM Parnell Sp  the dut) of Irishmen in Aui rlca at thia cr bis to asblbt uie lu n tbe integrity aud mdt pen lenee of the Iriub part) IhaL lutegrit) cuuid not mid would uot bave beta airrd bj anj mere alliance with the Liberal part) but mat ters for Home mouthb have progressed further than a mere alliance "houiethinic approach in Lo a fuMon haa hot 11 EL I is now This n wuat it 14 necessary for me to cheek ana prevent A Cliargw Answered. "What have you to bay about the charge that jou did your colleagues HII injustice in concealing Mr eomerba- tious about home "It was imposnible, replied Mr Farnell, "for me to disclose b> public speech or by private explanation the setback w Inch the Hawardtm communications had to .he cause of home rule aud the perplexity with which the> HRJ filled my mind Ihe matter was still not deflnitely s h led 1 Until all hope had beeu removed of ar atasatiBfactory uudLrstandmg upou .heae important subjects with Mr Grlad itwne it would have been improper 'or me ID an) w ay to have referred publicly to the matter A llopeleae Split Mr Parnell does not believe that Iriah party cau now be reunited Ihere- of O'Brien and Dillon w ou.d not mend matters I was at all times willing to compro- mise, as my acceptance of Mr Clancy's amendment proven, au acceptance which would have involved my retirement had Sdr Gladstone givgo the assurance the Irish jarty required, but thews ubfturauces were uot given, aud my persecution by our party wasHtlll persisted lu Mebsri Dillon and J'Uriea look against me from Irat, and so lost the opportuuity of a tfuc- cesaful intervention Ineir intervention would now be too A Bomslnf Welcome Awaits Him. CORK. Dec IU iNationalisU of this city are arranging a grand demonstration of welcome to Mr Pdrncll 'Ihe pro- gramme was agreed upon at a meeting of .he party evening Mr Pttriii.ll haa nominated Mr Barry O'Brien to oppose bir John Pope Hen nebs> as a candidate for parliament m North Kilkenny 1 he manifesto prepare! on behalf of the majority of the Irish is expected iRHued tod It iy repor cd that Mr McGarth) will resign from parliament and lurmteli for re-election The "forty-five Renegades" Attacked. DlBLIX, Dec 10 Telegraph exprtKaei the opinion that the meeting at which Mr Paruell IH to speak today will declare unreservedly for him "The Irish people do not desire a m tuiffe8to from 'orij renegades, nor an expounding of; their future policy m Nationalist newapa pers subsidized bj gold ihey at explain their past policy ihey were elected as Pnruellites W e challenge them to teat whether Ireland desires to retain them auti Paruellites Tto Coldness, Says Hurrlugtori, tEft YORK, Dec Mr iimothy Har- rington last evening expressed a dtyire to -e it understood that a{ art from politics the best feehux euited between him and the other Irish He sail adhered to Mr Parneil and believed that the sympathy of the uiajont} of the Amer lean people was with that leader Mr Harrington will sail for Liverpool bdtur day SLAUGHTER OF CHRiSTIANS Bloody Work of the Loo Huj Gee Society In China. SAV Dec from King, China, by steamship China, state that the troubles at Ta Chn Hsien arose from the massacre of Chinese Chris tians at Loong Tuy Tain by members of the Loo Huy dee society during a celebra- tion in honor of the society's patron deity After the celebration had lasted several days the brotherhood consulted their gods as to whether it would be safe to plunder the Christians The reply being m the affli mative tbe brotherhood made a raid on a number of well to do Christian fam- ilies and carried off a lot of booty A few days later they made a fresh at- tack and massacred over twenty persons, nineteen bodies being counted in the streets and several more are known to have been cut in pieces and thrown into the river The mission buildings and many others were burned and the corpses thrown into the flames On the following da> the brotherhood proceeded to another marked town and made an assault on the Christians there The latter fled, and but one of them was killed of Pythias Meet. RONDOUT, N Y, Dec. Grand lodge, Knights of Pythias, met in specia] session here to accept the resignation ol Grand Chancellor ilham S Carpenter of Syracuse who is about to remove from the state Grand Vice Chancellor John T Roberts was chosen to succeed him, and Grand Prelate S S Hall of this city, was elevated to the vice chancellorship, Frank J Martin, of New York, was chosen granc prelate, C C V Ketchem, of Middletown grand master of arms, William Lndue, 01 New York, inner guanl, and M D Bene- way, of Poughkeepsie, outer guard Joe Coburn n Funeral Nfe-w Dec The funenl of Joe Coburn, the pugilist, took place from the Church of the Holy Innocents It was at tended by a large gathering of hpnrtmg men Ihe spruces consisted of a uquiem mass, which w.iscelebrated by Rev father Kean 1 he interment waq in Calvary eeinefcer) Among the floral deuces was me from John L bullnan, but he WHB not present in person In tue thiong were James and Mike obnrn of the deceased, Jim Uiirklej, Pat bliudi, Ion Gould, Jake Kilnun ami Billy hambers New York'n Old Armory HIM nod NEW YORK, Dec old armoiy one of the landmarks of the citj trectet more than fifty jears at the corner o White itnd blm streets, was burned Ian night Loss, 'J ho iirinon, whicl had lately been devoted to commercial pur poses, was used ns the mihtaiy fieadquar tera during the draft riots in lfc03, and in it Gen Worth's body lay m state for threi days _ Think tlie Huhide WHS PndUMwkl. LONDON, Dec decomposed body of a umn has been discovered near Ixelles Belgium, bearing eudonco that death wa, caused by prussic acid The inan had evi dently been dead about a fortnight, nn ew Yoik had lost sight of the inon umeiit, but she had not lost sight of the huffenng and distress at Johnstown and iatt made contributions with a liberal land He appealed to American patriot- sia to do uothmg that wtts likely to dia urb the peace of this great hero (Ap Mr Flower (X Y) said thai it had Gen Grant's wifah that he be buried beside wife Mrs Grant had chosen New York and New bad presented her a tomb that was etjual to tbe tomb of any preoideut, of Gurfield aud Lin coin This lesolution insulted not only Mrs Grant, bu the great city of New York, which was ready to relieve the suf- ferings of humanity the world The resolution was an insult to Gen Grant and to the Gran 1 Arm} of the Republic, and to f ma i M ho had a relitne who died adding t-o the glorj of tins rfpublic Mr Eiaines (N t said that this resolution came with a verj bad from the gentle- man from Pennsjhania (Mr O when he remembered that when vania was trt-i ibling with fear, the citizen soldiery of New York rushed to her rescue New had spent more than 000 to decorate the BOI! of Pennsylvania with monuments to her defenders 1 he record aud it lay not in the mouth of Penn to detract from the courage, or impeach the patriotism of the state of New Siincthing Abnormal and Monntroua Mr (N Y) said that there ah m the resolution that flew in the face of tradition something ab- normal aud monstrous Ibe citj of New rk had been Gen Giant's chosen home He had closed his career there without expressed a wiih to leave it It as desecratien to remove his bones from the tin of his choice when he waahelp- esa to prevent it lo do it under the spe cious plea th it Gen Grant belonged to the latioti onl) added to the outrage His tones did not belong to the nation In nisei able presumption that they did would the t mu of ut Mount Veruon and the memorable sarcophagus at sprint fie Id ashingtou, Giribiidi md GambetU had been buried at their homes had beeu buried not at the etpital of Sweden, but at his own home If Grant was to be dragged from UN grau what waa to make fcarra- Ihose who charged New'iork, with being dilatory should remember that :iaste not alwajs speed It had taken more than a quarter of a century to com plete Buukei Hill uioi ument and that hulf a century ha 1 passed before the erec tion of the monument I Has Her hay. Mi O Null (Pa) said that gentlemen might e ill this ml but if th y could call the roll of the dead in Arlington there was not one soldier who would not respond in fa% or of tbe measure 1 his waa not an interference with the family of Gen Grant. To speak of it in that waj waa begging the question Mr BmgEam (Pa J said that be would be unjust to his state and to his as- socutes during the war if he did not pro- nounce his condemnation of some of the statements made It was true that dunug the fearful dajs of Gettysburg the New York regimenta had fought gallantly, but in doing so they had fonght for New York as well as for Penusjlvania. He regretted that the Johnstown disaster had been put forward as a reason why New York had not raited a great sum of money to com plete the Grant monument Mr Cannon (111 was in favor of placing Gtn Grant's remains at some place where the number of the American peo plo could most readil) v'sit tlie last retting placeof the great commander He believed that Arlington was the best place for the remains of Gen Cfrtuit to rest The Committee Too Respectable Mr Faiquhar (N Y protested against the transfer of Gen Grants remains as a Republican rtpresentative, as a persona! friend of Gen Grant aud family and as a soldurof the lepublic Ihe tiouble with tbe Isew York monument was that the committee was too respect-able to raise the nmn He wanted New York to recast her committee and if IKK) waa wanted lotweUe months thut would be foithcommg Ihe resolution ttas then defeated In the Senate Dec 10 the senate some minor measures were passed In presenting a lull nlatmg to the uicul, turn, Mr Plumb said that ho would soon ask to the elections bill aside and flnanci il nwthrs considered Debate on the elections bill was resumed, mid Mr lierrj tind Mr Daniel spoke against it Mr Butler not K of an amendment to tho bill that supen isors, canvasser-, and all (lection officers bt re Kardrd tsminmtmnl and not as judicial j flirt IH Mr Hoar pavo notice- tiuit would nate todaj to sit into the until the debate ou the bill waa dost d 1 IK Republican caucus committee of Rdintt spint hours in consultation commiiMK the adv iMibilitj of adopting i t lot i ii le for the '-enute A unmbei o! prop( s tious were (onaidtred by the com iiiillu liut no iigufintnt was rtached 1 In m e m be rn of the coniniittto aie Linger together In their views, r ant! li is like j that a report will be made to a Ht nl IK iu i t I in ft d IJB Thprft nothing taken that will break n a cough or cold like that peer of all remedle Htrea" Cough urc In cm up nod whonpln cough R fleet li mtonlahjng. It li ftble to THE NEWS IN BRIEF uudeutett at Uno- dotu from m Platen At Albany the interior of the house of >enator Norton Chase was dam d, ttjfche xtent of ft 000 b) me msunu ?T 000 Jisiph Iiath who pleaded LU 1 toman laughter in the second degree t r the kill ;it, ot beotty Cox in Septe i 1 last at 1 I'Filo was sentenced to one jeai and ten jonthb imprisonmeiit It ib cuneutlv reported that tree com ge bill will be i. Here 1 in the -i mte as a ubstitute fur the tobacco rebit 1 ill Hie b rtrtl of aldermen ot Lve ndoptc 1 a resolution bj i jte >t 14 X) 11 granting a franehiseto th Y  con truct a tunnel under the con lecting New York aud Long Ldund Kubinsteiu has resigned the dnectorship i the bt Petersburg consena r) Robert Dick, inventor of tb mailing machine in use in all the newspaper in the Lnited bLatea u i tauada dad at Buffalo Dec y He w is nearly 77 'ears old ind waa born m bcu laud The court of appeal- at loiu jto has de cided that John C Brosi, the noted orger will have to return to where he la wanted for the of his uncles (ex Mayor Miller a) uama to checks to the amount of DEAD BY THE ROADSIDE A Huabttnd Kllli Hit Wife, Her Brother uud sultfdfi. ClUKLOTIh N C, Dec 10 Seirlleiiri etta Mills Kutherford count) all shot and killed his wife, dangerously woundtd her brother, aud then put an end to his own life About eighteen months ago he married Miss Eva Haycea and west west After eight or nine mouths he de- serted her Her relatives assisted her to return home He had not been heard of HI nee he arrived in Forest City, pro- cured a com evance and drove out to where iiH wife was lining On arrhuig thert called her to the door, drew his revolver and shot her down, shooting tier twice af tershc fell, and then shot and daageroualy wounded ber brother, R R HaytiM who came to her assistance He then mounted and rode away A part) went in pursuit and found him about two miles distant King dead by the roadbide with a bullet in his heart t dieaina, rtome, 1 onawanHa, TJtica and Wutertowu, this state on, Me Manchester H and Boston nd orcesier Mass Ihe b) racuaa ranch has not )et closed Peiiiiit} I un In Horscnifii W 11 Kl-siut lU PH 1U rotii a.ll f tl r nut litre )eiter a) fui tin f t rtsiinizlng a state ree Urs i i i iti n -V c uiiiinitit w us IK st n tu d i iifl u e uiUuiliun and law s nil tin m L 11 L Ij i n siibjLCt lo the all of the cl H i MI n tl e u 11 mittee il 1 r p i L in i a 1 i i n be ad led SkilMKM (.IVtH I I I- If.) t Cll tfcO 1'a 1U (j bkiiniir t r ultou K lint) announces hat he has ul uidoue I bis piupused con bt for Congn ss.ni tu Vtktns in s s at He aj s be co ul 1 n a I e a -n t --sfu 1 uuiiU si for he siat, I u (1 tt ihe DemuerHtic niHjonty s so great that he will not be net ded lUlHToft MtSHhlK PltnMDL Cb K 1 Dec 10 of Bruw n tisit) has been Hissing fr >m his home lay It is feared tliHf tie wan lered twaj in a lit uf deprtsMm and ma> d t the sevuit) of tbe wtnther ie Is about 5-> juirs old The McMineale Failure PATERSON, N J Dec liabilities of Messis Nightingale Bros d Knight, silk manufacturers of this place who made an assignment to Jndge Barknlow are now stated to be not less than MOO, 000 and their assets, it is believed amount to only about half that sum luecred itors nre cbiefl) the firm of J T alker, Newlork, who went un der last month, and the National Broad way bank. About two weeks ago the firm called a meeting of tbeu creditors and of fered a settlement upon a bann of fifty cents on the dollar, but this was declined and the assignment followed Tbe wind up is tbe culmination of difficulties under which Nightingale Bros have labored for the last seven or eight yeare. The Hough's New Postmaster WASHINGTON Dec 10 JamesW Hatha way of Montana has beeu selected to sue cccd Capt of Wisconsin, as post- master of the bouse Mr Hatbawa) was born in Ohio forty-eight jeais ago In 1862 he enlisted m the One Hundred and Fitlt Ohio volunteers, and in the fall of tba year he received a gunshot wound at Pern Ky, which I ermanently disabled him for active service After the war he went to Montana Ht I as been deput; Uuited States- mHishal for the territory deputy collector of internal HIIC count) sheriff, and is secret iry of the Re publican state cjuinnUei Cold un Ktxh'g Cure. LONDON Dec 10 In a lecture on thi Koch trea ment Di Bcauuntz stated tha several per-- ins wbo had bten moculate( -with the hmph La I K' mu worse after tb flist injections aud that in the cases o oibei6 no appiecmble iriij r iveinent was how u He hud thereft re, decided t abandon the new uiwtl ud in his practice Di Beauinetz also said he considered thai Professor Koch had not made sufficien: experiments upon animals before applying the Ij mph to tbe cure of human ailments and declared his intention of further pur- suing the expenments Keystone State Grangers Meet. HARRISBLRG, Dec 10 Ibe annual con of the State Grange Patrons o Husbandry has opened here About 601 delegates were present at the afternoon session Tbe annual address of the worth master was read. He congratulated his fellow grangers on the of the pas and the prospects for the future He Rug gested as for legislation n revenue law and a bill prohibiting the sale of dressed beef Col R H 'Ihomas and other prominent grangers are in at- tendance The Delaware Society Meets NEW YORK, Dec, Delaware so- ciety held its first annual dinner at Del monico'a last evening About forty per sons were present illmm T Croasdale the president of the s icicty presided Gov ernor and Irene t nor elect Reynolds of Delaware, ex Congressman Bird, ex Secretary BajArd, 0 H Bates E H Har per and Chief Justice Comegys, of Dela ware, among the speakers A I Shoe Failure. N Y Dec 10 W Ingalli Co of Boston the shoe dealers who as- signed with liabilities, bad store in fej ra  lu li mother who li is of health nnd t l t t Tutu u i n eradicates promrtts itit t si fy to the dticceii is ft remedy for i itloni had f a! lei. _ r troubled for I U disagreeable k Hi oil s S iltn It rured n my throat, and nlio helped my t f T nut down state il lo Miti 8. IX 0 Oarsaparilla ki f! -ix'prpfi PrflpAredonl kfOI V U itrloi Lowell IOO Dosos One Dollar if I'nnllt il ai 1 j t sit r I h il i I ad i ot pu j n t 1 d ubblitute fui tt t edt ml fleet n ill ut he expe [el to ue mil ulich jv 1 be in (i i i 1 th t i it s or tit tepubhuin pur li it i i tthup-- more "prat tic il ituui t lit nuH-uie in nder i Wouldn't AUHU.T .-Tl-US On HtllMlH 'BOMDPNtl' H I Dec 10 P Stdi le of arw lek w h i WHS m icted for refnsiDK toanswei c nsus ques ions has filexl a dem u ler t u r Varle that the s' Ins lotnptl lim to answer q L ut his fniin "Charlie Ito-.-. JL Two BOSTON, Dee In thf Mi[ enor crnn nal court George h McLirnt) wnssen to two jears in the huusi of correc ion for larcenj AlcChrist} is the man who, when airested, said he was the Charlie Ross Both the method and results -nl -L: of is taken; it la pli x ant and relreslnnp; to the rn 1 a t- geiitly yet promptly ou tlie 11031, Liver and Bowels, clean-ts (li> tern effectually, di-pi'-> u'l In id aches and and CHUB in1 tn i! constipation. nip of I ijn u th ouly remedy of its kind pin duced, jileasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt u its action and truly heneficml in effects, prepared only from the in healthy and agreeahle it- many excellent qualities commend it to all and made it the popular remedy known of rijrs is for sale in 50( and 81 bottles by all leading drnr' gists. Any reliable druggist vim may not have it on hand pro cure it promptly for any one vim wishes to try it. Do not accept a'i) substitute, CALIFORNIA FIG SYRdP CO. SUN FRANCISCO CAL KY Af.v H r 15 EAST STATE STREET. WINTH1U STYT.H! I) HIP SMAL in BAH SEAL CAPS, YOUMAN'S HATS A SPKCIALIY. IN CT.QTIIING. We li.ue Our Stoii, ,it Tlur- Utnth and Clict-tnut stint-, a 1 uill bugin the crtLtimi of a 1 uge building In tin --liail u tuiive our business in the Binldiiii; ti) tin. Wort, is tho most louttul m I'lnl.uleliihui (iuut tot Bojs betoro lemmal This laitje -itock ot buits and will be sold at a Great RediiLtion in TriLid A. C YATFS CO., 6th AND CHESTNUT, (Ledger Building) I3th AND CHESTNUT. (New Store CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES jtT Wallis' Fancy Store. FOE THIS WEEK O. We hnve jast reoelyeil 8 stock of beautiful Umbrellas, with all the latest tityltB of handle', in gold silvnr, nnkol and curved natural uticks for ladien ami men, also frr school childn n, from 40c 60o 85c up to the fi> eit go ids made, at 19 A fine Olo la Umhiella, silver handle we sell now at 98c which are sold all over tho city at 40 We have only 20.) left, so call at once before thoy are closed out A fine Paragon Frame Gloria 25 DOLLS. We are ovor 2fi yeai s in the doll trndy and never before had Huch a giftnd ntock of dolls ax now American, trench, English mid Girman Dolls, drcwcd or plain in end less variety, whi h we bought b' fi re the advancn in pri' i s, and sell truly at prnsi nt cost. Alao doll hats, caps, shoes, ho-ie, etc OPPWll'B CITY HAI-I. The largest variety ol HUFERKINK CRKAM CHOCOLATES, guaranteed tobethe finest made In the U B will be found at ANGKT.O CAMKKA'S Fine Confectionery Store, BOBBOUJ..W TKIKTOK, N J. Paney Frulta, Ice Cream, Bodt Water, Ice Cream Bodaa, Milk Lemonade, Ac alwayi on but that can had HAD HIS MAN rionjjit his AMEKIOAN CLOTHING AND TAILORING OO.it wauld Hot luvt o.td now mnch tilt wild whutltd thrgagk 'in Wt urt Utbmg and Childrts witk iht but :.t31 TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING t mail) inn Phlladtlphla Ou; UwUy 8AMPI.F. OVEKCOArh for i onr HAMFI F. f'l ufi JU, and for MdqDiritn for Ckildrtn'i KDM I'actt Ovimwto. OIiOrHINQ MAOi .k son u but hoatit U rrltk, 'igln ilont; M Oa- Wa.rrsn Butchers, Restaurants, Grocers, Hotels, tc. kin Uor MPI( Ml K I tMi Counters Huiphern tiitf UK. I Brt- d und lint st y I- ihi uii i Ujster LouriteiH The Monitor Hand Cart, ALI Manufactured by c.v. mix, Ulli I J- AND Part of Green A Keuiiedj sbiw Mill TBLN10N, N J YOST WIUTINC No Ribbon. Direct Printing. Perfect Alignment. Challenger Co., GENERAL AOKNT4, NO 1407 CHESTNUT STREET Philadelphia, Pa. SEND FOR CAI'AUKfUl- il. ROl'OHAI-S FOIl SI 41A1K nr NFW iKt s K( OM I 1 IU11 I Kit n TH ION DlclIllllU il I TO I OrFK OM I 1 IU11 I Kit n THK 1 ItF f I'rnpounN t p ruiUi I il tills nfon until IliiPMil i r Itl'li 1MII [in nin iHlnn UIP lollnwtiiB nrtli 'IK i r -talliinirv fir tlu nmi Ol thn I I I 111 II It Ml 1 711 I 111 ol nt xl HefcMon lln r 1 17 12Kenmn( ip I' I r 1 1 rfpcl 11 lei i i I i r 1 I'm k< 1 I n r I) Ihnucnmi I i KHVI 1 1 i N 10 i 10 I PM< r I I'M i s S HPBIII 1'iuki r n lilln I r rKlirj- HI ittliiR I'm i r It lii iwiiii 12 Dnyin IHxi n 1 inolla II un I M S (luni No It I H r H 10 Dii7tn (niiKriKB t 1 It i s t In r HX) Hut h r HI1, "HI (from R Ktl ih k I slid I run No Hr< ni II ixm P n II N i I'll II) KriMiH ItoiiiiN II In h nt (1 me Hi n.IlM) 10 1 e Mljin 1 fllrp MniKi111 n Po7tn t oinoroj H Mod rn riling PluUl qimrtB 1U Dozen Mtirkwi 11 A 11 nMmllnK! inrtH Mm proposuN llillKt Httlo prl quality of (inh artl lo frwl Ir thf ooil Ihf IMoar tplur jn inli in of tl teller ptijifr j ftfkft jxiix-1 unit In) t ftie i ontrm w til ftwur lul [o tin I wint renporiBtlilo huld HampU H cftii b' examined ftt thlnotlt o The artti Its mnBt bi1 tlelUereil HI tli s on or before January 5tb 1801 K J ANDKRMON I J CornptroUi r This Cannel Coal, For open grates immense It light, takes the chill off the h hlftzea like B( ft coal and hard. Our Anthracite Coal, For Baking, Machine Workn, FarnncM, Chain Works, V Ac, Ac Our Juinbo, For Domedtic me, a West Va Cumberland Coal (The Stokes for Btram blkckamithmg, can't Ixat. Wood, In all and kinds Wilson PHONK 147.   

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