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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               tut eg. VOL. IX. NO. 4'KKNTON, TIIUKSDAY AFTKKNOON, DKCiflAlUKK 18, 1890. TWO UKNT8 IRELAND IS INDIGNANl. No Sympathy with the Attack on Parnell. DILLON PHOT EST. They 1M< for Tempi-rate Wordl and on the Fart uf Iloth 81den iu Irtlaml Ittllitslls FyeB Hecoverlng frum tlie Lime Utc IS lie campaign in Kil kennj continues with great vigor The Healjitu held more than tt tloiiu meet- ings and the Parnelhlea were almost as indnsnious though aonjewhat disconcerted i he temporary disablement of their Um f Hit don itluun to the ten- ants defuse fund (oased throughout Ircl tnd and aiw not likely to be renewed while Hit c usiitii; uncertaiut) as to the lasts Prominent Irishmen who reinumcd neutral m the present con- test arc ur_my upon the hading men of both Hides the folh of continuing a course which will a total suspension of income uud fiom hich nuttier aide can h ears had com- manded the u imiMtion of the Irish peo- ple He added it an) HOuder that the Irish peop e have lacked leaders in the puM linn tins is thewuj the} are treated F An 1 if tin} do get n 1 of Mr Parnell by mnrh'or otl bow are they going toseeuit a le It r in auv svaj approaching him in t ie futur Mr Kenny added Ui it t he n luet of s jme of tlie clergy hnd Ijit-nm'st unit ru1, mill such as he telt sine tlie bisli culd not approve HIP I niidH in FttrlH. the funds in Paris be said: 'Pin nt 11 1 IT nsumed a good part of bis p limn >n lit i'ie lush aud i i Ran account of all tbat he has h.inillt 1 dumued lj> oilier people The ravines uf 1 mi lliul; and anonymous charges in the ipers that have al hdtetl 1'nnt 11 will do him no harm The fact is thn men like Ltautt aud Healy are j  s 'Men of t lie Hillsides-, gather on -Suftdnj Jobn'-wftt uriiuad your chref, hurling defiance at his enemies 1'nlii Purnell'8 Eipensen. LOMION, Dec T ibourcliere, )n a tpeecli at btiatforil last night, said that London loiicspald Mr Parnell's elecMon "XiiPMBCB in 1RSO He added that if thm I'OWIItll Absolutely Pure. wder. A oretmof un NT Of ftll In 17, 1 High italenieiit cliHtkuhti ho i ild pro luce tbt pruofa A NtttluiiKl Party uf Piofrtas Mr Jusepli in a iLiuttrk ibtu spcttU ut u pnvate luiumst caucus ID bdid th it uitbm ptiat tck certain funner ti itiidu iu the LrladHtuiiidU part} had rcupt tied ue {ottatioub on the ground that as Mr Pnr uell had rendered home ruk imp ssible, t reunion oT (he Libtr betlftcted tie had rtphcd that sucti a btep was im poaaible because Mr Gladstone still foml ly retained home rule in the Ic refr ml of afs programme Mr Chambtrl tin doubted, that reunion Viuul I be poisi sle witti the men forming th Ul tdstouian majority Hut recent events bu 1 opened eyes of tbe moderate dl i Istonians ffho might co operate UIL L in juists md OIIKH tn the f n ui >n of a truly national party ot progrt'bs iu the truest senne of the w-ord Cheers und for Mr f'arnelf. CORK, Dec priests aud prom ineut citizens attended the McLaithy meet- ings here Resolution were adopted ap proving the Lall for transfer uf the shares Iu United Ireland to Mi M C irthj Mr Sexton declared that Mr O Bnen was re- turning with a broken Parnell would be feiitisfied with nothing but the most abject submission to his dictation Aa the members were leaving the meeting a crowd of Parnell itt s hooted them aud attempted to uttack them, but the police interfered and maintained order 'I he city and county convention assembled m this city Delegates and spectators crowded the hall of convention Ihe delegates cheered tbe name of Mr Parnell, but the audience received it with groaon Police men guaided the entrances to tbe place of meeting Dillon and O'Connor H I'lea. NEW YOIIK, Dec, Dillon and O'Connor have sent the folJovsjng cable- gram to Justm McCarthy M P HttTe leained with the detpeal pam of the in Jury to Mr J'aruell jesierday LUL and acts of vloleni e ou both wdcn will i um li i b cause in the eyes of and fli Irish people here with ilespa r bavt llie aust Lieioflue with our friends tu abitaia from all persuual iosultti ami no how great the provocation aud appeal to Mr Paruell t, bupport- era to abstain from attoekiuK JOHS i o LONSOE. Mr O'Connor thought that the Irish cause IwwJ hwphward wonderfully within the past few wceka, aud baiU that if Mr Parnef! kept on in his present stand eren if the election was lost at ivilkeuuv the cause would be irretrievably ruined. "The Insuppresslble" Appears, DUBLIN, Dec, McCarthy organ appeared under tbe tule of Ihe "_lhe prospectus of The Irish National Prebb has been It States that the obj ct is to a new Dub- lin rtiuly to represent Nation il interests, which are jeopardized by the lack of an or gan giving opportunity for independent expressions of the political convictions of the Irish people A MASSACRE RUMORED Fifty-two of Tapper's Soldiers Said to Have Been Killed DENSER, Colo, Dec special dis patch from Dal) s ranch to Ihe Republic an announces that MaJ 1 uppers Sixth cavalry had a coci ict witu aioax In dinpH and that fifty of his command have been fciilecJ Two lieutenants were also killed Iwo compliuies of iroups, ment not stated, were hemmed in bj the hostilea near the Grass ba-mi and the In- diana are receiving rejuforcemeuts It is said that Maj 1 upper's command baa thrown up eutrencum uts and anticipates another attack lioopi are now eu route to his assistance i jurier to Ihe News from a camp near D il.> s ranch has the following from Rdpid Citj A rancher has just arrived in great haste to our commanding otbxer aud reports a command of cavalr> attucke I and two of ficers and flftj men killed, but the Indians were repuNed with IHav> Ihe num. ber of Indians killed is not known The Indians were put to rjut 1 hid report is probably credited It is not known whose command it was It is probabiv, that of Maj J upper, of the cav Un, and his three troops of 140 men Our command marches to their assistance today Discredited at Chicago CHICAGO Dec 18 news has been re ceived tbua far at arm) in gard to the reported bitweeu L nited States soldiers and luuiaus near Rapid City, S D Adjt Gen Oorhm is inclined to discredit the news He sajs a conflict under the conditions mentioned and at this time was not on the He feels assuied that neither Gen Miles nor Gen Brooke has any knowledge of such a conflict, else he would have received mtel ligence of it before this If it turns out that there was a flgbt he it will prob- ably prove to have been with u detachment of tbe Sixth cavalry under Col Carr Doubt to the Reported Battle WASHINGTON, D c 18 w ir depart- ment has received no information in regard to the reported fight in which two officers and fifty men are said to been killed The report is discredited at tbe depart- ment Harry Murks Worsted. LONDON, Dec Ihe defeat of Harry Marks m Ins libel suit agamsi G W But- terfleld m looked upon us aseuous blow to his paper, wbich has heretofoie enjoyed considerable influence among investors The revelations made during the trial have rained many reputations in the 'city" and have put the public on their guard against wild cat speculations with gilt- edged indorsements The trifil i-, s ud to have cost Maiks of which Sir Charles Russell's fee was JA UOO Joint Ericsson, WASHINGTON, Dec Ihe president has sent to tbe senate a lettei from the secretary of the navy transmitting a memo- rial from the American Societj of Engi- neers of York asking "some proper recognition from the nation for the engi- neer whose gifts aud abilities had been of such notable Rorvice in a trying hour of Ita histoi) Ericsson Ihe secre- tary of the navy suys that the department is in full accord and sympathy with feho society He Defied the Authorities. LRADVILLP, Colo Dec 18-T J Phelau shot aud instantly killed his wife last evening at Cardiff He barricaded himself In tbe house after the shooting and defied the authorities uud the crowd An engine was sent to Clenwood Springs and the sheriff un-1 a doctor brought to Cardiff Tho sheriff nnd crowd closed m upon the house and captured Phelan Want Mnry DriiKe Pardoned Dec IB 1 he-board of mpervisorn have passed a resolution ask- ing the governor to pardon Mary DIUHO, ffho is serving a life sentence in the Onon Jagn penitentiary for connection with the tntii Icr of her father Perfectly hnrmlosfl No polaonoun drugs In compounding ''outrh Pure IU efTeota are maalcjil No remedy hns ever boon dlloov< so ufe, nore and eftectual In g coaghorocld THE STORM KING'S RAGE Havoc Wrought by the Winds, Waves and Snow. A Fim Mil K AN HOUR BREEZK PIttaburg H Buslnesa Almost Oulne to a Snowfttllifcd a Terrific I'liiladelphla, New York and New f eniey Towns Fuel the Sturm B Severity, PlTihUUUj Dec Ihe heaviest snow storm MI five jears IB prevailing here It commenced snowing 'lueaday afleraoon ami has without cessation ever fciiice, about one foot of suuw now being on the ground ItleKrapb, telephone and elec- tric wires are Gown in all directions Three Loi-aea have killed by falling electric wires Iwo drntrs were knocked uncon fecioua from their seats, and a street car tilled with passengers was set on fire, but noue in the car were hurt Bunlnens Almost Suspended. Ou the railroads no trains whatev ruiining nnd the passenger trams thai struggled through were lute from one to bix hours m the cit} is almost suspended, an example being the fact that no quotations were posted at the Pctroltun) hxchange during owing to k of telegraphic communication Wires Badly I he police putrol and fire amrin systems of w in are badly crippled, and the lib mrd ut citi hall was burned out L ttti c wires were prostrdted early in the and those dependent on then are ;vitln ut All street car lines m Pit were tied up aud m (lined planes were not running Ihe pe- i nmarv resulting from the storm can nut at this houi be eatimated but it wil! iitcessanlj U the telephone clictric luhu aud street car companies hut ily Ht Stood on a live "U ire, las! a well dressed elderly mau was w tnung hurried along htreit As he wa-i crossing Ihird avenue fu upon a grounded electric wire ud til like the war cry of a bioux In- dian escaped hjm his flew across the street and hia hands grasped at the ur J he n m blood on tlie wire as though jnetf d to the spot for fully a minute All the while he kept up a piteous cry und, gesticulated with his hands dud head His started from their sockets ind his f ice took on a deathlike hua The few hpectators who witnessed his iigorn wsre diraid to go to his aid lest they contact with the deadly electr citj At length one man cut the and the stranger stepped off looked w 1 ih arnun i and then started on a run up '-mu intld street The Storm at New NEW I) c 18 whirling dervish of a cvclone ftom the wild west whisked its skin-,   edge of it btruck the city at hall pdbL 4 u clock jesrerday morning A fierce rushed inty the created bj the sturni, bunging it a chilling MID feiuh an erratic blast has not beer ft-It hereibouts for man} Ihe wind bthm 1 the big -.ign of Wilbur Hast- ings st il lonerj and printing establish ment at t niton and Pearl streets It fell un ilje heads of a man and u boy and k ock  Postal Clerks Hurt. A big sheet iron weather covering over tlie of the general postofflce was blown from ita fastenings and fell with a 01 ibh upon the upper ruof of the glass and iron flamed the of the tanieis on the ground floor About 300 feet of thi-j SKJ light demolished P J Mahone} was it work sorting letters, was struck on the head with a heavy piece ;if gl tbs, which caused a scalp Another piece cut his left arm Two other curriers were slightly scratch. ed Broadway and Paik Row in the neigh borhood of tbe potstoffice ttnd Mail street were the scenes of the mObt exciting com bats for tbe possession of umbrellas The wind alwavs came off v iclor oua when the umbrella holder insisted on keeping the urnbrell i up The official highest velocity of the wi id was foity two miles, but, ac couling to pilots who went down the bay, it was blowi ig more than fiftv. miles Kav ige at Anbury lurk Asm itt N J Dt-c Tne storm cut HW i} several feet of aaud from the beach undinniued the p ivilions of James A liradltj and nv many places ripped and toie his famous OLean pi izn into kindling wood In Oee ui the btach was cut Ore at b uoc hua been wrought be tween Asbury and Sundy Hook At Elberon the bulkheads of the cottages of Moses 1 ivl r Hubtit E" mthrop, ill- 111 ui b George W Chi Ids, Jere unah Curtis Mrs John I How-laud, Mra Jeremiiih Curtis, Si Robert Barbour, George N Curtis aud others been damaged A I lfty Mile Breeze PmiAD IPHIV, ULC The noitheast storm which pi ev ailed here )esterday was the ueverest experienced iu this locality sime the memorabfe blow of September, prostrated m ill and onlj meager reports of tin d inflicted can be obtained In tl is citj the wind at one tune attained a ulocltj or nrrv miles tMTe suit w is tlmt many houses were unroofed and oilier damage inflicted Large plate windows in several stores in the cen- tral portion of the city were destroyed Hmoc Atlantic City ATI ANTIC CITY Dec Wind and tjde lnjfd huMM with tlie buildingo at the in let Bow ker's hotel to the ground, thy jiiiTihon nttitchod beyond repair and rtesttovuig the steamboat land- ing and jat wharf Two Boyn Biidly Hurt. BP.OOKIYN Die 18 h useawere blown doivn liere by the wind At 822 btngg street two boyq, Peter Ladler aud Chnrles Klung, were badlv bruiflpd A man and woman are sold to have been killed 18 tht clmmpion ship skatiux louinuti out In rt Don aghue, of Ni-wbiug, woo tho mill for amatours in 3m llm ut VMIS in Hpkudid condition 'J here was a strong wind blowing Ihlrty tVere Killed BOWBU, Ilinnative juartfr of th ulj roHan-nd Ittonftiuud ut (lie time of the ir 1 lent 100 inmates, thntv of whom were killed and nmnv iinnred THE NEWS IN BRlEf- Comlensed IV It-crams Gatliwi til ut doiu from Pimm tour Hungarian mmera n k IU 1 by a fall of coal HI theuiiuetiueai II n Pa Ihe rtof of the ctt> hall ui un icti J was i by Un. 1 he was f 10 000 IrfW IH H uinen, a passenger i a fust mull train stepped trim ihe platf im uf a eai near Han it Pa aud was in t mtl> killed A iri tn named Rhu! HKH stabbed 111 a drunken quarrel at MtthaiiK s burg Pi two companions n imed iiul die and Hubt r liuryl irs secured 13000 in and UOO in bonds from the safe iu Muckle Bros store til bt Helena, Ore 1 ueadaj y uited States Senator GUI man a resi deuce Luurxi' d to the groin i it Laurel Md 1 lie seudtoi's wife aui and the other inmates of the hous reaped Iu their ni-a'tit Theseuitjr was not at hotue itt the time The Ions is e-ttiuiaUH Tor) sajs in the cour u[ an on the at a qu.es n Let Mi Blame re member that tht lititish uav i exidtb in steel aud iron, whiL the Amen can exists oul> in paper and ink Miles St inlish Bromlej d L 1 it IIN h' me ISO 9 eat t ifiy third stieti Die 17 iiun paraljsis He leaves no thuUien JIis widow is the sister of Mrs H The lymph Working Dec, ripens fron the i aueuts undergoing the Ij mj h treat meu l are of the moat favorable i aracter Henrj Jobnson, who is hutTt i fronj lupus shows the greatest nni n veineiit the cancerous grow th yi uus si of he tling and the flow of pu3 h ts LSM.I One uoteworthj fact which has demon strated more than anything e'lt the nn provemeut ot the patients is the disu 11 that the bacilli which is found m all i berculur diseases has grown kib as tb treatment progressed This fact wa bi ought out bj Professor Chitttndeu' microscopic examinations since the experiments were the si utA in the cases of Blake aud Biadley and ihe emis SIOUB from the cancerous growth in the Johiibon case have been closih scrutm 2 and the animal life is gradunlh tiis ippear ing under treatment The injections are now given regularly with hmph md n counderabl} larger doses Against Aldermen y, Dec Ib UdermeD Charles h Candee aud John Mclunan against whom charges have bee i rf ftrrei by Major Cow ie for irregularit i i m olliee gave bail in the amount of >OU each be fore Justice Kennedy and waived nation will be sent to the giant] jurj, which will sit early m Jiuuan Aid erman McLennan was for accept ing a bribe of for getting through n resolution for the beuefit of Otrinder 6 Loomis, who own a tract of land in th eastern part of the ciry, and Alderman Candee was arrested fur deliauding the city out of 50 by fraudeutlv putting the namfe of lliuiuas C toa tntllof hverj service 1 his is the second chargi of bribery which Mav or Cowie uas brought against Aldeiuian McLennan, and it is said that two other aldermen are soon t  ct uid gt I out of the burning derrick Ihe heat driller A man named WoJfF is not eApect ed tn live, and his assistuit is perhaps fa tallv burne 1, while tbe derrick and cv ery thin.: connected with the well was specdil) burned douu, and c I imn of oil auc gas continues to come fr nn the well At Bay in a C ive Mo, Dei able excitement prevails it a small village near here Some time ago a man living near the town shot and killed the marshal who was trj ing to place him under arrest The murderer escaped to bis home behind which 13 a large in which he is now armed to the teeth, and boasts that there are not men enough in the state to him He has a small terrier doer chained near the entrance to the cave, which gives the alarm when any one appioacbes A large reward is offered for his capture A Illg Chiraffo Blaze CHICAGO IllR Dfi new Burtoi? block, a SIT fetorv bin) at the corner ot Van Buren and Clinton M reefs wap, with the exception of n irrrm sections on tin north and wpst f uK c }i d( by fire last I ht fiestaitil in tlie kitchen of t lie Phonnix b tkerv  or ami baseniM t Ihe enlire will not fall nnirh nlioit of KK) divided among J E Notion Hostnthal bite River Shoe comj anv Illinois Laundi and O'Donohne's bindeiv Offlcern ROCHFSTIR V y Die Theconven tmn of Knights of tho Maccabees of the state adopted a constitution which enablfs a member tocarrv insururrc Tin following othiers w< re elected I1 isi UK at com man dei, 3 H M( Dunne II, Jniin stuw n commnndpr, R K Mnt.fi, Gowandn IK u t( nnut great commander S N Kenw u k "rr it r r rp ftroedv lldp I no i working Impurlty which f1 dlieaio, ami rfl jinousanda of n Hood's Sr- i when ti "I will say I 1 n with i disease, cat nub I niiftwith ti i v t of that conhn 1 b up f< In toother, who I i of health nnr] Putn i jixut, lured 5; local -onitlu tlonal 1 whloli. (1 eradicate! md jiromotts permanent fy to the Micceu ni a remedy for i itlnni had tailed. n troubled for Mt- ilbly II md n S iriapa- ilts It cured in my throat and i nUo helped my f 'r run down staU il lo" MHI 8. TX Barilla tO I HOulls. lowell IOO D Ono Dollar (j I! ill i IM in Samuh] Jrlu h H jn i i i-ur at HI ma, W H n K tl mltr Ttiev Hijlit Work Id 1H 1 1 c it< hiiten and jftrdmen nf t n ul n IIP tit) have pre- aentc 1 d in n U 1 tht i i Ir id ilkial Flu c inj 1 i i il at tin woi kmi! h  that niih i i i i 1 UH n 1 t em ployed ami it ei ftl M IH i in f I heir de- nminN art mui h like t h M matin St v t ral f 1 1 y i nlru ure n jvv euusider tht in ut 1 hllmlelphla. I) e llie lust m jettious >t llit K eb h inph bv the Um versa 3 f V made y ester 1 p n t a mati and a sin in were trtattd Ih farmer wn.s suffering frcm tubtidil MS of the knee and th 1 Vim i n i itti 1 the i i i 1 L 1 t i un Vttn Le 1 1 ul t t t v 1 t i tl L c i t irt Ua ii in I it tl SIMM t 114 tit I PiJIJ vui n IN J) t N mil C Hlh) I 1 hisuift Min ti ind left 1 n s i bod} i w 11 t liospit il in i 1) i lut KI J up m uu house 1 li i ts Me iboil fttlOL L ti 11 in tliu iuht l 11 tit. LI nt rt-ftl (i KM -ahmii 11 lit i i an 1 McM ilu n L tnlii di'sii ict st, Wliittf.i n I din.I Biithday i s Mi I) is a poet John un i h> metl his birthd i> lalliLi q iKt at Oak knull lit i sfjjiu u !i u kt i'k btft is better Le tkh than he was this time a 3 ear the n Ml (A and rebtilts ____ M up f 110- i, l.iUcn; it is pleasant uid idrol to the ta-te, pnd acts eutlj )i.t p on the ICuhieya, Luei and BjwtN, the icin efltctuilh, di-pi U c ild- head dies and and haliitunl uin-tipation. tSrnp of Figs is the uity rcmc ly of its kind ever pro duocl, jilewng to tho taste and ao- ciptalile to tl.e Mo'Diidi, pionipt in its action and truly beneficial m its efleds, prepared oi.lv from the mo-t healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and made it the most popular bjrnp of Figi is for sale in 50c and SI bottles by all leading drug gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand -will pro cure it promptly fir any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute, CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO CHL, LOUISVILLE, KY Ufa Hat, K Y CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES AT Wallis' JKancy Store. FOR THN WEEK U MJH, i- T T S. We have just received a grand atock of beautiful Umbrdlas with al! the latest tyl< s of hand o in gold eilvir, nickel and curved natural Bti< )u for 'adieu and gentle men also fi r Rcht ol chiUlrr n from 40c 80c 5c up to the fii (jonds made, at 49 A fine Gloila Umbrella, silver handle we poll now at 98c which are sold all over the city at 40 We hnvo only 200 loft, BO call at once before they aro clof-ed oat A fine Paragon Frame Gloria 25 DOLLS. Wo yearn In the doll trade and never before had such a grand stock of dolls as now American, French, English and i rnifm Dolls, dressed or plain, In an end- less variety, we bought before the .dvance in pri'PS, and sell truly at present cost Aho doll hats, caps, shoes, hose, etc i i OPPOSITE OUY HALL. The variety ot HDPKRFINE CREAM OHOtOLATKS, to he the flnMt made In the U. B will be fonnd at ANGKJ.Q CAMKKA'S Fine Confectionery Store, 2O6 SO u A tt -'a.. TBINTON, N. J FriilW. loe Soda loe Iream Bodat, Milk Shaken, Lemonade, Ao on hand, and the bwt that ran be and TDC4 are Pit i 1 i i i i i i i i 15 EAST STATE STREET. WINTHIli STYT.h! DHIIIU SKAL SEAL CAPS, .Q V I- M f A V YOUMAN' A i n i i of JJ 00 worth or (1 U V, i u I I K 1 1891 Columbia Desk Calendar and Pen Holder. n nmhnxer ofS'ii urn ore we will People's Typewriter, Valued at LAKO-EST STCC LO VJ B Express Wagons, Bicycles, Tricycles, Steam Engines and Velocipedes. Tspewrlteisau llmikcl t  ill uirlj NAT" i I I f C: V c i i i c IcX, 118 N. BROAD STREET, TRENTON, N. J. Grand Opening of Holiday Goods. Call and see the... 1HME AI SO NOW A Fill I LINE OF NFW AND DTOIEABT.E UNDERWEAR FOB tho tall 'or t O, i, Children Natnrt.1 Wool, Scarlet Medicated, aiirf Mennc IR tl 1 one half wool all wool, heavy weight, medium weight Alro ut bod xaodt w n 1 am ao popnlar, from 25c np BlMk "nd Th6 b68t Black and QLOVE-t-In Silk d kid Knitting Saxony Yarns beat (iermaut-wn Wool" phjrs Knitting and Crochet Silks m all colors New Uirups, fringes, stttl 1 Ijices, Tidlen, Ooods, Felta, Plnahos, In all the loading makos 1 ho Ferris Walut C P. Cortet 23 srd 125 North Broad Street. Opposite City Maiket. HAn THIS MAN BorxSt hli panteof AMKRTOAN AND TAILORING 00, ht woold not h.v. t. r f hu-v mncli nlmd whiiiltd Uiiongh hu We Mt ud Children the liwt E'lST TAILOR-MADE it rnnch Iwi Out >n 8A MPI.E OVEROOAT8 W4, onr BAMPI.F 401 r1 v ih H3, for far KHM Parttf u Oytrcwti. CLOTHING MAOh i. OKliEK Ktmambtr, u b.-t i. k .sntrj N with, right n i Bait St-ofce. Cor. Butchers, Restaurants, Grocers, Hotels, Etc. All hlndsofMeat Racks. Blocks Ren lies audoroofs Bread and cheese Kind and Oyster Counters Trays, etc The Monitor Hand Cart, ALL Manufactured by HILL, COM LA FAYKTTE ABD WILLOW STS Part of Oreen 4 Kennedy s Saw Mia. TRENTON, N J NO CHRISTMAS tins year will be complete with- out a piesent '1RUE HAPPINESS is found m giving not ie- ceiving If cill in the store we will >ou many things suit foi Chiistmas presents. Elegant Black Diess Silk-- H.uulsomc Rl.ick Dress Goods- PI un and fancy colored Dress Goods. Superior Blankets, Comforts and Quilts Choice Table Linens and Towels Great variety in Handkeichiefs-. Toilet Soaps and Perfumcn, Umbiellas, Gossuncrs aud Kid Gh vcs, Brushes, Ruchings, etc.   

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