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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey "1if i THA AF'f -UINOON, 10. 1090. miton WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 10 1890 }1 lu fur the urt toi; ummmy ut J I1 Nflt Jersey ititd Eimtern tdlr tu ii utly uurmtr NEWS BOlLtD DOWN. El-Oit} Treasurer John Murperurn will e art this ullrnom (or Florida, for his Qtual Winter HOJIIKU lu Ibat delightful To-night ends the fan aod of (be Broad Sirtet M E Cl urth Ihe gooi'a reman ng oo thb fumy tabltn 8Ld boolln will be at nuLtiui) Hale at 9 o'clock p ui Ihe Swiii-is ol the uly will hold a meeting loojirrjwulghtatA L hotel a1 11 Cru'ie fj reel tor tbe purpue of orgtiL z u_ a bfi tl t eo lety, and a 1 perfaoijfi iLttie-itei are mvi el to attend A HITCH IN THE COSTILL DIVORCF The Chancellor Sends for the Papers In the Case The Decree May Not be Granted The divorce piocef-diDgfl between City Physician Conlill aud bw wile, a former MIM Belle of Irtebold, which wert commciKtd Mrue moLths hy (he Ihtier, and which created a Beneatioo whtn annoancrd hef, have Dot yet hefQ fauiabtrd and fiom preaent ajpcaraucte decree will not lie grantrd Chancellor McOill has nent to the Clfrk of the Snpmne Court for (lie psp'TB hi the BLd it ifl ikcly thut a tborongh examination of them will convince the Chancellor tint th'-re was e .illusion be tween tha pirticn to secure a divoice One ol the ttroug st mdicitions that this EO, 18 developed by the fact that tl e doctor way nerved viith the papers ID Jert-ey City, where the action waa b ought, and it is only fair to presume that be ap peared there for the porpoae The wife admits that be paid her several VIBUB while wan m B'ooklyn this Bummer and that the divorce was tbe only sahject taikfd over She was annoua for au ahsolate divorce until very recently, when nhe btcamc aware of the rumor that her basbind preparing to marry another lady, and it l- likely that she will upp'y fir a separation with alimony in ctse the a'solute dtcree la not granted A story from the prn of T C Dr J 'on vnll com mence in Thursday s uiue Read tare CALLED FOR BEER IN A BANK. Peter Malone Creates Some Merriment in the Mechanics' Bank. A queer character WBB picked up by Officer Ford on State street a few days ago He friave hn name aa Peter Malone, ol Fall iDggton, Becks county He said he waa B railroad employe Ihe officer chuv'd him with hemt; drni k and disorderly and liri'd Officer Ford he first the man OD Bontb Warren sirtet He had jus pnr cbafie 1 a package (t pmokicg tobacco Au rf hih cioihe-f he had DO pipe Tnts ftpparently made no differ to Peter, be wanted a smoke and loteoded to have it He rolled the pack between his hatflp, and malch fiom his pocket, pnt cne end in hip month and began to puff away He did not ei j >y the emoke, and threw -r the puckoge in the s'rtei His neit act wa ID the mms nf Police Ford, and he was kickng loudly becaoee he bad not bten promptly served with a bter The Caihler WSH 111 This morning the physician of T Wil ton Hill, ca hrer of the First National Bank of whom Liwyer A V Dawes on Monday mcvfd to attach for contempt of cour', btfjre Julge Lsnnini, presented a certificate to that ing that the cas Her was too ill to appear OD the day subrcenafd Judge banning this morning appr luted ScnrgShangles re oi the Stnlts proptrty Lawyer DiWfS will not pre-i his motion for at- tachment. A Fire morulog. A fire broke ont in the third etory of Harry Hill's residence, Centre stree about seven o'clcck tbii morning were several boxes of fireworks stored in the loft, and Mr Hill u of Ihe belief that eotne of exposed by mice gnawing at them Jh-i fire did hut tri- fling damage, but the hui d ng was flooded with water, even though there KUS but one stream on The 'dumrgs IB ts imattd at 1500 At the Ptaple'f Theatre. The e Company playing at the People's Theatre thu week drew good a ztd and ence last evening The performance opens with a first patt during which a. number of good songs are sung All the ipecialistB are well np in their parts and did themselves credit TOhnae Team Ii U? There is a team of and a fanner's market wagon in the United States 6tables The police found the rig on Scntri' Warren flreet n ght and are anxions to find the owner Catarrh JndUntPfl Impure Mond nnd to Hood irllln which puri- fies the blood HoM by all itrusglms For O er Fifty AnOtn ANT) WFII TBrFn RFMFnv-Mrn WiDBlow ssiothlng "jrnp bus hi en nned for over fi tj VPHTR hynnlll ol for their chi dren whl o tfpfi Inc, with perfect micocKB It soothes the child Boflens the nllnjR nil rurek wind oollc and M the twit remedy for Jlnrrbor" Is piemoint to tbe taste Bold by drneiilstH In evpry part oft he world Twenty centiabo tie Hi Ii Inpalrulnhlp Bpsnfe and ssk for Mn. Wlnslow toothing Syrup and take no other kind Beat Skin Capo, Seal Oloven D hhinn, the Hatter. Boat Derby in the city Dobbinn, the Hatter, in Enet State street Holiday itook of Umbrellas now In Dobbin., the Hitter. WILL POTTERS STRIKE' 1 000 SANITARY WARh POUfRS tX CITED OVfcR A PROPObtD REDUC TION The Maiiufacturlug As lu Secret Mewling Ut-cldtitl lo Keduve tba ftlru S y ii ruiu 10 to 40 Pur Workuiiu to ttttel There Is great excitement among the sanitary ware prefsrrs in tbe pottennot this city to day, and a big Btrikt maybe looked for Ou Monday the Mannfac'nnug Ai-s ontiou of America, or thife of them who do hnHinesH aud rende m this titv, Itld a secret meellng lu Mas nil Hall aud decidid to reduce tte wages ol tbe Bdbltary Wdre prtsbers In m 10 to 4U per unt, bcordmi! to ot d ut JihnA ONeill, cf the Potter a Ni tlonal Union At precisely three o clock yrsterday afttruroD the managers of e gbt of freu tons twen'y e ght pottmen wulktd mto the sanitary ware abopk of thm tctive polleries and read to the mm th- new prices for tl e various pitc s of work made by them The Potter's Isalloral Union have a labor committee in tuch shop aud this committee immediately called a "shop meeting One of the men left his her ch and re- ported the affair to President 0 Ntil, and then they knew all the manufacturers were w jor part of the time of the Senate week A number ol Dem- ocratic Henators have prepared speeches to df iver and it is pos-ible that, to insure them a hearing the hours of dully sessions be extended into the uight The nit iniDK-bonr business 18 alfo estended to prove a fjithtul Hntjett of and heum to-day with the rtrnmption ol the ion of the pending bill to con- Btitn e two of the three ComtuiBsioners ot Distnctot Columbia aqniruru to do bosi nets bhonld the (ancuK committee deem it necessary to bring in the proposition to change the ru es so as to establish the previous question, the del afe on the elections b 11 may be diverted into a dis CDKMon of this question, bnt it is altogether uu'ikely that the committee will act at this time A great many of the Republi- can Henators believe that, rather than see the rules changed, and so mnch powr put in the hands of the majority, the Demo- crats will virtually contest the passage of the elections bill One of the good humor men about town is Hon George W bmith of the Twentieth Ilhno s district He was one of the saved from the wreck In ronversa tion with your correspondent he stated that there were lour candidates in the field and his particularly the Demo- cratic non-inee, were bitterly personal in their remarks losing no opportunity to abuse him (Smith) in their harangues to the people However as he is not a be- liever in mud slm ing, and knowing that his opponents were informed of his record, he never mentioned tie names of either one of his rivals during the whole of his stumping tonr, and thinks that he saved vo es by it Ths probable vacaacv soon to occur in the Inteis'ate Comrn ss on by the expira- tion of Comm ssioner Hchoonrnsker's term of (ffke has caused the Pac fie coast to antive interest in the question as to who will fill Commissioner Schoon- rnaker's place Tne West appreciates the disadvantage ot being unrepresented upon this commi sion and urges the appoint- ment of a man who is acquainted with section and can take care of its interests Representative Wilson, of Wash- ington, B of California, and benator Mitchell, cf Oregon, are strongly urging the appointment of the next Commissioner from the Pac fie slope. It is understood that the Repiblican members of th" Census Commit ee have reached an agreerjent npon a Reappor- tionment bill based upon a representation of 356 members of the House The pres- ent consists of 332 members This understanding has been arrived at after mature deliberation and consultation with their party associates on the The ra 10 of representation is one member to eich 173901 of the population This is about the lowest number which will per- mit ei-eh State daring the next decade to retain its present membership It is cot at all likely that any anti- eerrymander features will be incorporated in the Apportionment bill There is con- uderab e dive ge ice of opinion as to the advisability of doing this, and in the oninion of pome membeis it is doubtful wl ether Congres-i can enact any prov s on tha will ctually check gerrymander irg A meeting of the Committee will be held this week and it is expected that a bill and report will be presented to the House by the end of the week, and that b fire Chrietm a action will have been reached by the House The ofhcial here beams with the Presidential reception on New Year's day and ends with Ash Wedneed >y, which this year comes on February 11 and thus gives an unusually short period of time in which to pnt the events of the official programme for the White Honse Mrs Harrison IB expected to return to this city irom Indianapolis this coming Thursday, and will then with the assistance of Col Ernst, arrange the dates lor the events. The programme will not differ materially from those of other years, and will be varied only by important passing occasions and happenings that cannot be forseen. Mr. and Mrs Stanley are reposing in COMMON COUNCIL Merely Routine Business Transacted at the Meeting Last Evening At the special meeting of Council last evening Mr Brook introduced an ordl nante extending the time ol the 1 teuton Company in which to torn iti braiichM, and Mr Kulp presented one to do the same for the City Railway Company Mr Dettmar of the City Hall Commit tee prumted schedules cf bills amounting to M5027 Oidered A resolution was introduced by Mr Kul[ granting the Trentou to op-naive bicrety Ihe privilege of puttiun a c >al wale ID Grant aveune It was adopted after much dtwcnpston, 24 to 4 Mr. Kulp introduced an ordinance to give the City Iwuy C the power to erect overhead wires for an electric rail roat Title taken Mr Hancock presented -an oidmannr to authorize the borrowing ul to build a school house ou i. unry avenue Title taken Also a resilntioi nqaeatinK Hamuel K Wilson to convey Ihe propertv known as the Police btntun, and authorinng the Treasurer to pay the bal ance due AdopUd Mr Stokes presented a resolution an thonztng the City Clerk to advertise a notice of intention to build a drain on Mulberry street He a'so an ordinance to authorize the same, the title of which was taken, when it waa referred to the Ordinance Committee The following petitions were presented By Mr Brook For an ex'ension of time for the constructing of the branches of the Trenton Horse Ra Iroad Company Received and filed By Mr Whittaku A cimmnmcation from Mayor Skirm enclosing the resigna- tion of William Hewitt as member of the Board of Health, accepted Also nomi- nation of Flrner Barms to fill the vacancy Confirmed Mr. Hancick, of the Fman e C mmiltee, presented the report of the Board of Com mipsioners of Appeal, showing that the net reduction made by them was 71 Filed Mr the Street Committee presented the report of the S Cim vtbich was filed Aleo a num her of bills for paving noder exi-tmg contracts 0 dered to be pair! Also'chtd nle of bills amounting to fcH9203 Or dered paid Also a recomuuuduion that the contracf for paving illow street be awarded to Daniel Lodor Agreed to Mr Stokes, of the Hamtary Committee, reported si hedule of bills amounting eo 25 Ordered paid Mr Lawton, ol the Park Committee, presented a report saying that they had negotiated with several owners of land ad AN ENGLISHMAN'S IMPRESSIONS Of This Country and How They are Re- garded by an Anglo American 1 i e Invited I J in i t MOH1 u at tin i NO a L NIKE 'U ut.hr I o )rg iulzt. i BKNEHCIAL LODGE CREOLE PURITAN BRANDED AS A LIE. The Statements of Dr. A S. Kntffln and Counselor Barton In Reference to the Marriage of the Former The report that Dr A S Kniffin and Miss Emma Purc-ll have been secretly married created a ripple of excitement in town thin morning A TIMES reporter called on the di clor and asked him to affirm or deny the rumor He said "I wculd like the reporters to Irace ont the p ison who started the story It is a rumor "Well, I have determined to pay ni attention to muiors, find see no le sou why I should alter that determination now "Suppose I should deny the story 'Ihe next day I may be mwrried to my mother- in-law by these newspapers who continue to persecute me, "I think I am the most persecuted man in the world, and I have decided to pay no attention to 'rumors.' "If any one wishes lo know these facts, why don't they go to the County Clerk's office7 Marriages are recorded there 11 must decline to dipcnss the matter lur'her and mint respt-clfully refer you to my council H N Barton" Dr K iffi i was indignant at the report and severely condemned the se sational New York newspaper" Ihn reporter called on C Hiniflllor to i this nf ernoon, saying that Dr Kniffin hhd so relerred him "Y >u may say for said Mr Birton "that I brand tin rumored marriage of Ur Kniffin nnd Emma Pnrcell as an inftirnouo, malicious lie To Dispel Cnlrln Headaches and fevers, to cleanse the sys tern rffLOtnally yet gently, when costive or or whtn tho bio d in impure or sin gish, to permanently cure itual con stination to tho kidneys and livrr to a ralthy activity, without irritating or weakening them, use Syrup of Figs Bkln Seal Gloves Dobblnn, the the perfumed lap of social favor and are being wined and dined by everybody, that is, those who are infla-ntia! enough to have their invitations accepted The visit of the ftrnouB explorer of the Dark Continent cause 1 a nervons flatter of excitement and everybody IB anxious to catch a glimpse of bia chort and stnrdy figure and ragged features Mra Stanley la winning s ncere friends among the people she is meeting by her attractive personality 'CREOLE AND PURITiN "The Silver King This popular me'o drama was most ad mirably rendered at the Optra House evening by tbe Tilbury company. It waa agon demorstrated that the company is composed ot first class ar'ists Miss Zrffie Tilbury was a great favorite with tbe showing marked ability No role seems too difficult for her, and she nevtr fails to give a rendition that is needed lo make a success Arthnr Lewia made an impression as "Silver King" that will be a lasting one in the memory ot those who witnessed the performrnce last evening He was especially flee in the recital of bis dream, it being tbe crowning feature of his excellent" -dramatic power. This play will be repeated this evening STiTBOPOmo UTT OP TOLEDO I ItiCABtotiNry FRANK J mikes oath that he Is tho nerrior partner of the firm of F J 4 Co doiutj hjsineis In toe ity of Toledo county and H ato aforesaid and that nMd firm will pay the sum of (INK HDNDRKD LAKH foi each anil every cnao of (rttarrh thnl cannot bo cured by the HBO of HAI I H LATAHEH CUBg. FRANK J CHKNBY to before mo and nubBcribod In my pres ence, thlh 6th day of December A I) 1886 I AW OIKA80N, I SRA1 t Notary Public Hnll 8 Catarrh Cure tp taken internally and actH din ct y i pon tho bloo 1 ind raucous surfaces ot the RysUjm Rend for testimonials, free F J HKNEY CO., Toledo O tr Sold by DniRirleu 7S cents The worst CftfeH of scrofula salt rheum and other diseases of the blood are cured by Uood H Sarsaparilla Holiday (took of Umbrellas now In Dobbins the Uattor joining the park, and bad re eifed favor- able replies from all bnt the Girls ludns- tnal School, who con'd do nothing withont the consent ot Legislature A resolu- tion presented and adopted pro- viding that offer of a gift of six acres by the Cadwalader estate aod the gift of from the Rai.road Company, be accepte i, and that Asa F Skirm be appointed appra to appraise the lot of Cadwalader's between leei'er and States'reet Aleo Old-red paid Mr Baruer of the Poor Uomm dee presented bills amounting to 0 dered paid Mr Yard of the Policei Commi'tee presented the report of the Just c? f r the months of 0 tober and N ivember Mr Lawton, ot the Lamp Committee presented schedule of bills amounting to Ordered paid Mr Covert of the Printing Committee, presented bill for 42 Ordered paid An American set lal abounding in romance wll be begun in Thwiday s mut Don t mm it A, C, YATE8 CO'S EXTENSION. They Will Consolidate With Their New Store In Spring. A C Yates Co of Philadelphia, are offering special bargains at their stores at Sixth and Chestnut streets and at Thir- teenth and Chestnut streets, preparatory to moving from the former place to the latter, and consolidating the two stores, For this purpose they will soon begin ex- tensive alterations and improvements at tbeir store at Thirteenth street. The ad- joiniqg building has been secured and will be torn down and rtboilt in harmony with the bnilding they now occupy, thns giving them one of the finest stores in the i J Dec a h 1H90 Editor IRKJJTON r MKS DKAK a recent wme ol a day paper was publnhed a mosi mcoLer- ent Bud bombastic communication from an E Jgllubmau, who altir a few months leu deuce lu thisconntrv In default (f teller err ploymeut, instead ol wri ing f> book u tl cled hH impress on ou its long suflcr ing leaders No one appreciates leler thun the Anglo ArnenciiM of th s uty l' e in tages of this c untry that one wh cb gaie them birth Bnt SCOICP another than this "greenhorn correspondent t make such au asinine exhibition ot timtfll as U) claim that he ww hri nght up under a 'tyraouual monaicly Aud while we all concede the superiority i f rhe Amen can railway system, it 11 a silly 1'hfl to claim that one n pockets must be line! with silver to get your luggage' aale to Us destination 'We are pleusfd to get his verdict in favor of American buiiueas men as agains' thoae ot England, hut when he gets harder baked he will hi d there are good and bad of all kinds In fact, I think he has already had that experience rhe "blessings" he has expeneneed in restaurants and saloons the "place in which he has his meals, and the "nickels' he baa saved, have no doubt inspired bis claim to have seen no drunken brawls l here as in England Let me whisper in my dear, unsophisticated friend's ear People do get drunk in this country tome times, but as it is after yon have been pnt to bed, you probably never heard of it But I am giving his communication an importance that it dota not deaeive Hia 'impressions" are an illustration of the old Fools rnah in where angels fear to tread." DS that, with increasing years and riper judgment, his love aud admira tion for this great country will continue to grow, bnt that it may be caar in a more intelligent mould, and that his poetic aud literary effnaiona may be inspired with the some lofty and sublime sentiments, but with more coherency, logic and accu- racy Yours, ANOLO AHFBRAII The best rempdj lor the torn plaints of earl> childhood BUI h HI c Ii rl mi u sj i up I rice entR It doesn t >eern to UH thu tourlMilp an I catarrh can go toother catarrli is ho offeu hive, you know Old snuls HUrrh cure onlj Jo cents, is a specific f r this mi eruble aliment N. Packer, Kos 530 532 Perry street, opposite Swing street, sells nothing but Upp'r Lc iigh Red Ash and Lattimer Trrlt The public are invited to call and ex amine our Holiday stock Dobbins, the Hatter 1 OR HKV1 Onu ol tiie htyheut ami healthiest Location! lu town a riiHEK I OKI BKKK HOIHK eleven anil bath heated Ihi mahout with Hteurn nulshe I In natural wood POB- Bluu n i t ao> time i JOHN t Ml Ml U D W s vtij choice li e in plain colors and broken plaids J.iRSKY COATS. A nice coat for the honse office or store FILK SUSPENDERS- lu black and fancy coloin sell and colored embroi lered trom to 50 COLLAR and CUFF BOXES. The largest Hue in the city Men's Toilet and Shaving Cases. The finest assortment in the State UMBRKI.T.AS. The values jon evei saw Presents Packed In Handsome Bove n K Sr V 0 s. tn Crq O O P in 03 A. W. MEN'S FURNISHER 38 East State Street. 'TIMES" VWT COLUMN. Want advertisements cent a word inserted for Holiday ck of Umhrella5i now in Dobbins, tho Hatter Get your Christmas goods tt Dobbin., the Hattw city. They do thia in order to get into a mule central location, the former location at Sixth street being inconvenient to moat of their customers Ihe but story yet' 'Creole and Puritan Toward the Betting ?nn MjrladHOf enlEranlR take tbeir way Thnti nancln upon thounnnds of iirres coveie I with the virgin fined still nwaitihe axe of Ihe pioueer "Hfiltil K down t claim on the frontier, it should bo lemarkecl, bag other drHwbachs en that of dtsj uted Bton Many HU rpriHiig hettl r who wl h InOornitablf b trdlhuod hns cleired the lust an a H unty HI on in ready lur till Htte IB stricken tbtttfoeol tiie (rnntlrrs man nalana What a boon to that niau and his lamtly s Hostettar B Slomath Hit tern what forthnuirhi has be shown If he has obtHlned anndtqunte supply Tho fairest fle da f >r Hgr culimal and en terprlse n Ins i outment aud abroad are subject to this Inflictlou Protected 'y Hos tetter s S'omach Hit ern It may be defied It will not do to (ontltle In a robust conNtltu tlon alone Malaria the strong and weak ulikp _lnk.o the Bitters, too, for rheumatism, dyspepsia, biliousness, kidney trouble, Boat Derby in the city Dobbins the Hattor, 15 East State street Any one drflinng to investtvato plans of tl o s Building, ai d in.e A sociation nr one having monrv !n large or sn all numa to invest, can obtain fu 1 mfirnmt on by calling nt tht ir office in the Forst Bichov Building to night or any day tlurmg the week High clagfl Oil Paintings by celobratml arti ts Closina Rale this evening by F Williams unctioneer, at store, onr Broad and Perry streets Works by Mclrom, Bo so Pftllsado Insloy, Hnowo, Maglnn, Rfeflon, Talvort Kurtr and others will bo positively sold wuhoot reserve The pnbllc are invited to (mil and ex amine our Holiday stock Dobbins, the Hatter Got your Christmas Roods it Dobbins, the Engraved Visiting Cwnin, Kngrared Wedding InriUtionj, At ihort notloe, at the TBVHTOH VITANTKD-A palfnt money drawer W AdUresN TIM "suffice ro >mn an 1 UBP of J? suitable lor houhekeepli g at loO H AMI I TO V V rosltinu to do general Lousew rk annol Kppafc Apply at .No SOU-NEShb BRICK HOUSE FOR REVF-No n Morris avenue Hot and told WHter JU per month Appl> ST TIT AN active honett man VV ar> 8100 nionthl> if suitable, with opportunities for advance to represent lo cally a New h mse liefer ences Lock Box Io86 JSew LjiYE, EAK NOSE AND THROAT DR LOOS, (Late of the Will's rye Hospital H 238 EAPT STATE STREET TKENTON LODGE, No. 105, B P. O K rttUrtSDAY EVENING, 11 TTT w: S' T3-ATT, DpdeKrove A Halldlng, warren 8t "IHElHRiiGBAGES" FOR THE BREAKFAST TABLE ARE "REXWHEAT" MUSH, "REXWHEAT" GEMS, "REXWHEAT" GRIDDLE CAKES, IIIXWIHAI FURNISHES MEAT FOR THE POOR. DAINTIES FOR THE RICH, HI Ai ill IOUAU Unequalled in Flavor, Wholesomeness, and Ease of Preparation by any other cereal I Morris May, We been repeatedly asked by competitors lu busi- ness does it pay you to sell The best alarm clock m the market for 900 An eight-day, fine enameled clock, that strikes the hours and half hours, with figures, for A full enameled clock at (well worth The best Rogers' silver-1 ware for about half the price asked elsewhere' WK ANSWKR That we do not do an} in- stalment business, buy our goods m large quantities for cash only, and with reduced 1 expenses and favorable loca- tion we can afford to do busi- ness on a small margin. Look m our show windows at the beautiful display of fine diamonds, gold and silver, watches, canes and umbrcl-, las, gold spectacles and eye glasses, novelties in solid sil-, venvare, brie a-brac and every- thing that is NEW, ELEGANT AND BEAUTIFUL. Perhaps your money can purchase from two to three presents where elsewhere it might reach only one. We have without a doubt the largest assortment of staple goods in this city and State, and the prices we sell them at tell their own story Morris May, Jeweler and Diamond Merchant Cor. State and Broad Sti. 4 1 i i COME TO OUR STOKE ANT> SELKOT FOE YOUR Father, Husband, Krother, or Young Man, ONE OF THOSE H.FUANT Smoking Jackets or Lounging Cocits That we have for a CIIKIS1MAS GIFT. We will lay it aside for yon nntil the H DAYS ('omo early M they are fftst CHESTERFIELD OVERCOATS, CAPE OVERCOATS AND STORM OVERCOATS, FOB MEN, YOOFHB, BOTH AND CHILDREN Giiiclair, Varmost Co., Tailors and Clothiers. 39 East State Street. 1 his is a department to we devote time, patiVnce and mon< y. For rmntn before you ever thought f buying, we were busy a ncn coat inalters selecting a civl here, gonly the cream i f earh maker's oods, and the di-p'ay ready o-day is sliiiply bewildering -nin. German Peasant Liny, Coats V est frout Long Coats Ploattd front Longboats with reverja anil girdles Jaunty Beffore, with tho bie; pearl buttonfl Stylish Tailor mado Box TiRht fitting Cntawais and ao the story gooa from 50 to 87 Ladles, hive you a wish to gratify in Outer Garments Spend an hour to-day and look over the hundreds of Short hall length Coats, Cape1? and Newmark ets. If it' 13 o ily liok you are wel- cjm'J If you come to pur- ha c rr-st absjred you will find 11 and mire than you expect. Astrakhan trimmed lailor miide Jackets eat frout JatkeU J rketa with r llm? coUan lackots with straight standing collars pluah fng'nh Walking Fur tnuimid seal plush Jntknta E nbroi ered and braided Jacke -i The new Albert Coat It s a novelty of the of n ,irh f ur Coats are made Wide Wales Diagonals Cheviot Home Blanket Cloth Beaver, Scoti h Tweed, Koraey, Moltons rferge aud a score of others What a season it is for Furs. Capes are in higher favor than at any time for years Wool Seal Capes, to 19. Cape Seal, almost as hand- some as the real Alaska, to 13. Coney Capes, with Astra- khan collars. Wool Seal Capes, with As- trakhan collars. Combination Seal and key Capes. Combination Coney and Astrakhan Capes. Beaver and Otter Capes Coney Capes, 97 up to 8. Muffs to match them all. 13 North Broad, 33 24 State Street, XrKHllLoCT'-
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