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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOU IX. NO. 9198. TRENTON, SATUKOAY AFTERNOON, DKCdMlKKK .0. 1890. TWO CKNTo A MURDEROUS HYPNO11C. Fvidence 1 hat Gabnelle May Have Been Such. MISHHUSt HBRJ Interest it Itnliminy of hiptrln ut tbe GrriU Iritl I" I H May II m 11.1 s i 1 1" (joullc Minder While tlllUl lilt 111 put th li Hut utruf Ljraud J) An intirestnmdisserta IRELAND S DA 1 HOURS bmc jil ue I in the munhi of Goulle a feiini of the Ijiiudli uipird trial Ur who is hi id f the College of mid n i in u t iiiis-theatuiuintivo of tin llieoiv was called nuuie dutel) upon tin ipuiiii. of the day's pro Mi dicti i IICK in his testimony b) i j iiniiiL, at u nsid rable length that T subject luiurmbly lost all i.ei andbicamc us an automaton in the h i i Is f the experiment ilist (ouhl Ue Impelled tu llurdtir r tne hvpuutic influence, d euuld he impelled by the etp iiU i vln n the iiAij cl n rueutal in an imal euudltion, his u 1 revolt Ihe witness il hie di sci iptiuu of how on ift i Ueiiifs a man under Justin MctHilli) liint spe of tht imp ill.ii Dtc Jl lu tin Me( arthv made his lirst spiet h t I tl e a un ht re yesterday Iletle'lirtd tint n ivthiug polutt-d to tin ceitiuilv f H n" H eleet on the onlj duut I I n as lu the size of the n nj illy Ml li wl his rtcoveled fium I is i eel t i 1 sj oslt u, alsu spoke lit sail II i J t n i le 1 men must sorr >w tin i mi I 5 n e i f v HH leiice toward Ml Pun I 11 ,u lly of 8U h eoidtut wele nnsp i 1 niu who ah uhl not hi rn _i 1 ly an> party ih si l ki uu of the people t iw ud Mr P n 11 in -1 t be titlsm and the part it may j the udt for bib st it stiviees would n in un UIH 1 u utd Mr Pnrntll andsnti il fllsc drove to lohnstovvn and i lilrts e 1 a meetr Mr Pin nell I 11 I his t M s bai tl tTihnTJ Tlmuu 1 in h s e iTi de clared th it two ducfois III si it- tl their reputation on the assert ithtt had found lime lu Mr Pun i il s t i s m vv tb the claim ul tli Divitt fdition that only mud wns throvvn Ihi riems rtceutlv fitm Ninth Kilktnuy have jUj-en bent bat k to nsbiat lu blr John Pof cam iss tlie meeting there was mueh dis at 01 e time a tuht sttmtd poll emtuve etl u d pre- vented the uiawleis It ineii i l blows In the course of his speech Mi Ptrnillie fem-d to the tnbuie pail lui 1 (.anon Lee at the niu of tl e Until n thai ter, that ht b llevi t Pdiuellto be an honural le man He sid I thank him heartll) for thistestlm ill) in the hour of iny-lUJil It lull buall pelVV erf ul 1U SI false cl tinor Mr Parnell in dtclarine, tl it he had been vindicated Canon 1 ei w is labor ing under a delusion Ihe e inon has written a denial of the stor> that he used the lnQ0UHge quoted bv Mr Parnell He sajH I think the Irish people hhould be guided bj the manifesto of the b shops Mr Parnell's character as rev e i e 1 in the divorce court, spt aks for use If I irn forced to the conctusi u that Mi Pirui.ll has fallen from the kilns ipljllsown lault and Is no longer h} of tiie confl flence of rhe pe Int t mon t xpits-ses deep regret at 1 i mj; impell tl t th s euli elusion The rreenmns Jonin il refuses to print the canon's denial aul expie sion of upiniou Aualdress by tweritv tl rt i men of Kilkenny declares tl it Mr Parnell after vears of svbtematic (Jeteit lias it 1 ist beeu uun ttsked and that his verv piyseuce pol lutes the soil FOUR BAD INDIANS HANG. Swung Into Eternity for Slaying Many Settlers SHILH) ON 1HL SCAFFOLD. They All to IJeulh Stultully and Dleil Win Montana Orutttent Hani, I ni; Day Crimes for Inch the yuiirtwttf of Vbortgineh 1 xe< uted MibsiLLV Moii ULI Indians were hanned i i the cotiil housu here 19 Ihej ueic kiuwu lather i iti his HP t SI I under su j e iskcd ur 1 ployed to i V t ls( II UL Dr 1 l ,ion vv ill p i f I n V n st whu h flit tlltles w 11 e i he n i ix vv till tv e a i one x HM n ile h) i uiic u Uneuce he had handed him nil in i mil 1 itvolver tin Icomuiftuded him to lne u i 1'iei 'suu II, tjjlj I subjiet believed that at i heel it is sii_L.esti m he had committed 1111 r er Ou n ht l ot e tsl u the vMtuesH u i n dtl.it he 1 il influineed a bypno i MI j ti ,n a piomibiory note ih ill ll nei t to 1 e mesmerized in ur r tu revive hei rec lltetion of the i n e v I u n that (in d I un I he witness iii j t i nt i i r lnu t j tl e indict h- i i t i un its were buch that 1 il v is ni ibi it the woman to sit p lit' In piou I I'nenibie to the l.v, i tie n P 11 i e- t I Ij ran ei and re vealed Hi L' IK to In n while hvuuotized He 1 lit Hand Oft" HmU lit v itii-s It red that he would h n d t ll than take the re f s iiletiiniK the woman uu Ui ces Ihe procureur tns wlat means he em sine th it the supposed Inpnut tic sieej ihewitness rciiliiil tint a subject reallv under the livpnnMi 11 11 n oe evinced no sensibility to pttiu wi en pnekel with a pi D ll> jmotism in Court. Dr Br i i U 11 w is rec il ed u d declared ilatt i i i ii us uf tin Naii, Medical u I u H i m din Dr I were h il in vi-iv -mill esteem bj him He was lit t in fitvur uf n_nn hvpnotizing (jalrullc ishewabtinw hi to take the iin1. of Hie audiente hf iring what revela- tions might be surprified out of the woman Counsel fur both Bumpard and Eyraud rcque id that the lenmle prisoner be hjpnol ztd in epen court Ihe procureur objected that it would not aid IB out the truth Ihe judges re- jected the prujosal Cnnusel for Gouffe's relatives asked the court to find both the prisoners gu Itv The Santella Trial. DovHi N II Dee jurymen in the Sawtelle murder case had to wear their ovirco its in court, the temperature nf the n om beinj at 40 The cross examination of Charles A W iKfjiu, Smart's stable keeper at Rochester, was continued Ihe effect of the crosses animation was ou the whole to strength eu the slate a e ise Fira Smart, stable owner of Rochester, corroborated Wig James Bell md Arthur Willey and other witness! s testified to seeing the top buggy with Snurt s sorrel horse on the road on Feb 5 Mi Bell identified Isaac Sawtslle as the occupant of the buggy John C W illey, brother of one of the previous witnesses, testified that a minute or two after he was passed by the carnage he heard three pistol shots in rapid sue cession Annie K Wentworth living jnst_bevoud Mrs vVebber, lo a visit to Mrs 5, and while on her w ij home hearing three pistol shots in rapid succession 'Somethtne" in tbe liugcy Seveial other persons testified to bearing three pistol shots Warren C Jones, of East Rochester, testified to seeing Smart's top on that day while he was driving home from n oik Sjmething lay on the bottom covered nith a blanket Mrs Fred Rankm of South Lebanon said she saw Isaac p iss her house in a m which was a shovel, or pick handle ihis was on Feo 4 about 9 a m Ihe next afternoon the same team and man passed again The frout ot the bug_'y was full clear across, ita iontents being covered by the robe Looking for His Brother. Luanda Smith of Rochester testified to Isaac's seeming board at her house Feb 3 lor himself, mother and niece, Marion Wednesday Isaac went out atTo'clock and did i ot ret inn until witness had letired On Ihuisdiiy witness saw m Sawtelle's loom clothing luhbcisaud congress shoes, which wcie iinered with leddish mud That da} Isaac and Marion nent away Orl the following Monday IBHIIC called ngiun and said he was looking for hia btothi r, n ha I left Boi-ton Uednesday, and asked if he hud bun inquired for Juc b I'tmin if ('H at t alii, testified that on link lav 11 b 4 while on his fathei s woi d lor a mm whom he recog- nised as Sin 111 p drove up in i top buggy and mquiitd as to who owned the lota iiiuuud then Ibis took place about twenty rods horn the spot whuu Hiram 's'nvt H 's h id) HUH ift d hy the cups were over their facei All were cut down after twenty ml tltes. Ihe uecks of all were broken Of tl e fuur ludmns Pierrt Paul al 1 Ll See were the most bloodthirsty lrej did not murlci foi plundt r, aud how man) they h iv e ki Ud 18 not ktiowu Iheir one oiject was to (.ratify a b ludtuirsty 1 ne I f hevvl te ra e 1 he utbcers knew uf mm v crimis the e Indians hud commit- ted bu il proof w is wanting Pe ice llile Ind Us vvoull not ttbti} i hem uud the uhdnls couhl >ul> wait in i 1 ihe Ii dins suu il 1 ujcnly e minit s ne ac bo th >t eunv ictiuu wuuld be cer tain Murdfr (if the La Sec b i li in is t n the banks of the Jocku liver in the llathead reservation Pmr Pul Li bee and four youux li ns h i.l retuined one eveuma from i hunt iu trip 1 hat morniui; Paul looked thimuiitheral m door and saw two miners i oking breakfast He propos I to kll" lliein, and La- bee consented ivvo shota out a id bu h wl te men fell dead ihe bu us weie thr vv n into th Jocko j ver Luder threats of death tbe four Iiu'iaiib who sivv tl e tr me kept the secret trm nths but dunn, the summt r of 1888 It) (1 ie 1 toTtTstlt) if sine of protection ndllevfi u uf Musjnli lettinedtmt 1 and Paul wen carousing at Ra i 'e, ten i Jtijliaqs and the vhites 1 ik nij a pjsse of ten men he istetie 1 l ere but the murderers had fled Ii next ifieruuuu wurd came to the s mil that Li See and Paul had beeu s en ue ir D n can a statin i on the reser v ttiun twenty mi es west of Ravalfl tn 1 i f p my -narrow 1} escaped n ill ilu u in an amhysh bjon the bIT TING A btui Ituit BULLS DtATH llecl> in i deaths 1 lona jle ttiat an) mum 1 VV I s Ills s i m t HUB like Uiv i 15 i in 1 il it tl in Ktartlfnff FromUed LONDON Dec Pirnellites are said to have some startling reveiat uns in store as to the efforts of their auta f uists to raise money from the r 1 iberals It lb claimed f-ubMnntlnliv tl at sevtial thousii d pounus have beeu coutril uted hy wealthy Luulishinen lo cm; uu the anti Parneil campaign and th it but f r this assistance t he anti Pirut lutes wuuld be un ible to keep m the fi H At the time of the sejaration from Ptrnell the amount at the disp js tl of tbe Met irtliy tea was about a thi usautl j in N and this sum bus been very laruelv n i n-asetl by contributions since theu 1 he Paruell ites claim that the money does not come from Irel ind Advicisfrum Tipperary ami f rt m F 1 carragh, in Donegal, state that the plan of cimpalgn tenants who cave up then farms at the de-sire of tin Nation tl k tgue feel the situation bitterly unnv uf them believing that the ciuse 01 hunie rule is an I with it any pros] t ct of agrarian mipl except the pieaeut government Ihe fun Is for tiie use of the tenants ate either tied up or p nd oat very stintedly and u we niers are cnroii'-dued by the situation to take up he tl null ued larms In not a few instaiie s the ten nits nad an interest yrealer th n thrft of the round owners in the prr fiom which they suffered thi-m-'-lves i t tt d -aud now it all t-eems to hf sicrilice 1 so many of them declaie The is so bitter hat a correspondent writes that it would be dangerous for some of the mt infers of purhament who luilueed the ten mis to j un the plan to go auiuni; these estates st night pioipr'ion The National league brand i the Island f Jeroey has adopted anti Punell resulu nous IJavItt and the Liuie sttiry DtBLIN, Dec Michael Dmtt in a telegram del vmg that lime vv is thrown at Purnell at C ist ecomer on Mun 1 ly last, says that the truth is he wns [eltedwith flour md mud by thewumenai 1 ulrls of the place Ihe lime Kuy ho idds, is Parnell's latent disgust ng to evoke sympathy and divert pi ople's minds fiom the real Archb shop publishes a slateu ent that the story printed in United Iieland as to what took place in the Inbt u ei ting of the ehap- ter of the Dublin diocese is a shameful fabrication Ihe titan )f the tl tpter has also written a euniplt te den i il of the stoi v which was to the effitt that the Parnell matter was discussed bv the ineetn g and that it was decided, in v lew of il t d v isiou of opinion among the 1 uty on tin sul jei t to refrain from t ikiugecelesiastlcal action lu the premises 1 he Granart1 -1 nf t or gmrduins has advised Mr Paruell to ttmpunrily retire Canon Codj asserts thnt mud, not lime, as stated by Mr ParneH'b fiieuels, was thiown in that gentleman s face Confidence ill Parnoll YORK Dec union was fairly well filled last with mi mbers of the Irish National league of thm city and sympnthirers with Mr Rtinell Rebo lutions expressing confidence in the lead ership of Mr Farueir were unanimously adopted and a cable_Ta n expressing tbe sentiments of the meeting vraa sent to Mr Parnell Champ igno liitt NfW YORK Dec 211 1 he company own ing sttnmsbip Li L linni( La Companie (Tcnoialt) linns Atlantiqiu, has begun suit lUiuiHt tin blcnmslnp Lisbon elise to recover 000 for the damage resulting from a (ollision between the twi steamers Die 6, in the Nairnvs It i claimed I a Chni ipngno lad tin light o way aud the Lisbonense did nut uivo way Hull Rodnrnl PHlLADhLFHIV De( iiO I il bill George F Vvoik dunged wil i (onspimry which it is alleged rtsiiltt 1 mthcwrtck ing of tbe Bunk of Ann lie i ami the lean Life Insurance ronipinn Iin li n re duced by Tud.ro Reed from S 0 Him tn J12 500 on application of the pi sinil sioun sel expects to obtain bondbtuei today Murderer Rcllwnro IlAUTroRD Conn, Dei jury i: tho case of llnzen Bellvvarp, of dlastoi: hury t barged wilh tht niurbi uf Fran' E Mlnir of Enst Haitfonl Julv 1890 retuiiud a veidlct last night of ,-inlty ti mur ler in the set ond degree 1 ht pnsun er w is sentenced to impin-oi mtnt f ir lift d thit his men were at Kav te egrap d to for fifty itriff b nil 11 iiifii Un the thirl with this large force ie reeonnoltred tie thllket w eiere l v eie supposed to be biu not an In wh) eon d b" suspected veu rr fripiicisuip for tbe muraers After thlbheir h th shtrlff uave up the chase 1 IIU'IAIK iftt-r Ones H r 11 w is sue ie let! by Huston as lue'i-ttir Vva.s determined to get IR niu d reis Several uoud Indians v ie t I tu rs 1st in capturing La ull nil n 1 thev proved true Laily i 1 me list the) told the sheriff that the in n It rtrs w-trc w th Chief Olneab kuown s lii_ Knife and the head of the Kooteuai tnl e i i 1 t mt wo uther murderers, Ant- v nd Piscale wire mere also Hllbtou .teimiu Itohivo the murderers or else ei cerate Chief Olneas nil he consented the niest of the Indians He captured c chief with a posse in the light, and ftirallhoure ride a powwow was held, n l ti e thief pledged hnrsccf to deliver e murderers He kept h s word TliK Crimp of tntlej- was a Kootenu In linn a self ufesbed mur lerer ami was one of those iveretl vvten Li See anl Pierre 'aul were Antley w is of a u tv of voting biuks en rou e tu i sun tnee at T ib iccu PI nus 1 he second day 's iirnev was flnlshti' at creek in U-h ulatnuitj b lortly after nightfall n j u ig In l ins J -icu.vcri-jlJ.htt a party f wl He men were camped further dowu r ui Xniley piuposed to kill them I'tvvo uf thi ludi'iis LlHle John aud me joined him Ihey went- to the hue men s ian p and isked for f od, neliwasr aX'lvMven hen fifty yards .vnv Antle) siifle broke the silence and woof the miners tell one dead and the ther wuiin I I he third vv lute man ran, tut was -hi t b} bio me while LltleJohu 1 ed ihe ol e wo in ib 1 h> A itlev s shot I h( effects ol the vv hue men vvt re burned nut night and the In li nib danced around he fire in fiendish ulee Next morning the t lit s vv ere pi tee i on horses ami taken nlte mi es t j a patch of dense timber A ,ilc of tli nil vend u as pi eet nverthem il set on fire 1 iv i yiuug ludmns saw hi the mur lei nil I repoi tett it to the offi rs In March Little John and si me were iintsted in the Flathead ouutry lascite Mew for Plunder Past lie is tbe only one of the f( ur mur lereis h u rai i ytstcrday vho murdered i u i Itr A b ie of mm rs entered Mint ril lull cmntry from 1885 to 1889 vvb vvt e never he u 1 of again Piscale is one of theludiius who vvatchel the n ,nt un trails gun in hand to capture i j out! t that came in his way J M Dunn went fi in I la Grove In to Post 1 II I 1 tl j H hid mom y and was in cilehilh illh He decide 1 to go luto n Is mil piosp ei llshor huut Iht thud ilu) out he vv is seen by a pros pectoi ridiiiL, with PuscaU 1 hat w is the ist seen of Dunn alive His hones were found buried under bruken boughs and .eks neai Angel Hill In telling of this uidtr Past il said be h id told Duuu he w is going hack, and stopptd his horse Duuu hade him good by ami on away Pabcale shot him in tbe buck killing him He tot k Diiini s ho sis and turned them out with Ins own band on the lestrvatlon Pascal hidbri-gt 1 of other minders, but the pristcution was bisetl on the Dunn n in Icr C h d Glut is admits that there lire other mi nit it rs in tht tribe but he says they w ill give no fiirlbet trouble II is believed thi cxeciuio s 11 mike it safe lor a white innti to tnivel a one litreiftti in wtsttrn M ntnnn Ihe c tptiiro and ex- mli n of iluse foui Indians cost tho (omit) each No Trouble Approhi nrlotl TON Die 01 the Intlitn bureau today re ctlvttla dispit h fiom Agent Ronan, at Missoiil.1 Mou si) nig th it no trouble it hen letl on account of the Hanging of ibi f HI Indians of the Flatht ad reser viitlon He savs the hetter clnss of the Indians on that restivatiuu Italian that tht eonihinniil mt u had n fair ti ml and that tin1 pi Winers wire guilt} uf murder 11m Tit unrtr Short LIMOIN N b DC mvestiga tion into tin- at ei tints nf (nrl Korth, treasure! of Pitico cninlv nvnaled a shortage in tin c nnlv fin ds of ?14 000 lit out Vnv PrilolBll HlbVIVM K S I) Dtc I Is n w elumeil thnt bittiug L i HUH mur lend in eoll bit od Cup (.inn i I the ElO h eav hy whu vv us w I ll ll Is 1 it vv ellt ut in su] p 11 t e I i m let siys i lint I hi I nil in I 1 ike Bull 1 I a ihe ic.encv t t 1 u 1 b mum i 11 v i was Jtaluus f the lattel s 1 i i met us a cl lef n il nl) tu of i I Ul HV .11 r 1 d uu 1 l ui vttl men I i un tu sli ut h i lil i nn, (jlliiu 3 e it Bull Hei 1 t the 1 idian 1 v n I Ittl Dull s h use pent 1 I 1 I a 1 tunimtnce 1 luidiug the w n i I t r h s airist Sitting Bull anti 1 one a 1 id uf U were the t i th hoise _Sittm, Hull cuijrfV 1 Ii Ii e buy lame to the door u of alirm uu seeing the hous bv l ulic lit ou sot iier er Bull Uutd with) ut i moine aud befoie nuv itsistmeewn at b ttmu B II 11 i I 1 pi r i imineillali I) ovi the left wnssti gemi_' le m nuue 1 t i ih ivv his revu vt r mil fire i ne shot I lit 1 ill t, the I ull t lo IKIUO m Bull lit' -ittmu' Bull fell about ii t i v iv from t> a il )t i His horse v s t i near the buuse an 1 Retl I il vv jumped upuu it and flew to I s u h the uewh tlmt 1 i I tiihllltl Cruvvf t tl t b v was next k I d aud he fell ttr ss the bxlv uf his fat r Ihe (om at was theu bind to hand Anting Bull s euruged fulLovvu-s risju_ up (rum the biush like m igic 1 it f w si is were fired Guns were clubbed liistoekb were slntteied tu splinters an L elan Is bully bent Ihe Indian pel s n foul d themselves handicap] ed in d s i In fu e lu BuM's deserted huise le iv u_ ul lit fuur of their f vv u dead ami i ie of th hosiilcs i eluding the old chief bhurilv after the troops appeared ou t' e bccue and Ihe hobtllts hastily letieated A BIG STRIKE THREATENED About 16000 Mmtri, May Soon He ailed Out. 7 Pa Dee miners ct nv t mi jn n 1 pie I a resolutiun demand n g hflv teiitb per net ton, the i ice now I aid being lift) cents per gtubs i n istugi nto effect Ian I an In ihe le maud is no t in] hid with bv the n it tors the 16000 miners 1 by the conviiii n ire tu be c died out n u c The It n I vv ji k seale as a i >J It 1 bv the August (..invention Ins beeu referrul to the uu omin_' executive board! in net Ihty aN dpin mil that the cl k vv Jit mill an 1 nl! ull er issessineiits I e lei tin nuh the oiiiiHiv etnets the election i f district oflicers the convention will adjouru Sli t In v Ho Suliltl, III m INI I N ItNcru N M 0 t L p i i il r t 1 tl e i i n i I il hull l slit h luselt with SULI ul Ht i t Ht e inn tie 1 Ihe in t In the hi til all r and mtningto- wient tho ryviiivti Ir uu him Mis t nibs his muther in law anl I M liak i w 11 I th shot Dviltw s si 11 in t h 1 t hie 1st a d is p lalall) vvt u t 1 Hike! w is si i Ittl ui 'bi UH" 1 l tit tl si v 1 art ul III'- It w is w i II I v n tl i rij, l I u 1 I I aw iv U t i IUL UbSlLjUe I Us ll t I j oil ll U' i tn ul es mil J can e r BLIills D J Afi l n uu I lli i in m 1 n mill mt 11 r own _ l j dt is i in e 1 let I s s i llslv Bu u -t .MS 1 m u i I Iti liu Hi. illetl JO V iv ts frt in I i ITtet th tt B tion iss 1 I nnn P isha from Uu illt Mt d llisit t f or e nun that 1 in i s i ll i i i It 1 tl i 11 all ns He als t l ,rs ll nt net m in euitl nice with 1 nl v I i luin afti r l mi is His t s t r 11 11 i N v a i si il un 1 t n vv i t t uu ni H l in K th Us llmiiter Phi BERLIN Dee 1 .ss r Koch visile 1 the inn slci Mi Pile p jes tertiuv I r iht u i se ul Inn ht vv imp ssiblt il is in v it v t f Ihe in iss i f let tils mltele0imsie elvtdfiiuilAnieriea tu depnt ll m hs nile tuuiveuut tht unly to h s] tals He intrusted a phml of tl t hinphlt Mr Piielps whovvlll seuel it tu UIH uf U e leading medical mstl tutes m A n r L i T i i i i i' i 15 EAST STATE STREET. HIK STYT.HI I) Hilt I? YR. SML Tl SEAL CAPS, H A V S. MV? A SFKCIAT.'Y IXJND N D lllenls i n usui ly till r innii s lurtlid tl make the t ts that reet nt in sli have not in i iv v tnuce of Mr i 1 Grladst lie vv ill b of this inui ll -Mr i _ r L lei i Gladstone's m re tbau in f l he states- mi 1 propose 11 ti n t u! the fact h 1 in ral parly IK 1 ihe impor alltv Mr uld uu the Absolutely Pure. A cream of tanu baking powder. Hffh of al 1 in leavening P, B, rerr O'iy No poloonouH druj _____... renvdy hns eve been dlcoovt so pure and dual 1 bnpking up hacking cough or oold used In compounding Htrffl ouyh uro are maalcal Terry 8 Funertil N EW H I- N U rpni tmn of Maj Gtn fu 1 Ii ut lem tl t, t ik r uf Ft rt r cr" p! teed in Uieir 1 i t rf'tnih P'l 4 r 1J atttr in Ilu ICHS w t rt. lit 1 1 at U e horiiL of tli (it u rt'-t.Ll her J fur tiie n embers of tlit- f unih ouh 11 e rt.ni uns w ere then trm i rt 1 to the L n 1 c i n re h ou the drctn 1 ut the publU U o i lo L.QZ Ui> n tl L fiice of tl e UcfHst_d ami tlti pi U t ice-i b gi n bv HLV Mr 1 11 _ i pastor of I'cchurLh us-iste 1 b> Dr Newu n th Duni _ tin mmu t guns ji o 1 u d tiit fi al ir i bell in tin c hall t )1 d 1 of theu'j i nuiL j rt- ent in n 1 o h i-ra tils l ne niemb of Admiril t ote po'-t Afur tit- txeni-is the n main> wi-rt li lusf r d t t lie (jr r tt IJLTL tht n t. i m nt k plact. In tt- rdtu CL th tht v> uf tlie tl eie i p tup K i uu i i j i s tl roce---! H WHJ t tilt tllll lit btHltIS Wtlt r ft i th o 1 i _jn mt lne hun >r in IK.HU rs d 11 u HLQM li ilursniri dC U r -o 1 I i utf i M t (j i n i "5 K in Ju Iuli i C I1 II it r 1 mtli ID 1 lem of tl i I i Plwke uud u U Us Amo prt-sent d ju i n r Hu kcl i> an 1 3t ift, Lui Li 1 f HU 1 st tt t the bLLOixl regiment an 1 be tti i J H II iw lej itton Hill DHL A) 1 IIL house L in niittet on miuil tlTai! e p it tht fiui-li tuuclu to tht n u i itppi pn it ion till Ihe bill, tti c ui u rl I 10 piiatu HJ. rt i it it L t U i U 0-0 in run n I tr UUOOUO ih m H nte_s J.1 t- M b L i n tt t tl TI the bill n ad no prm ISL in fu neTv t. 4 but tin. ft 1 torn in trie a j r ftrtliLC isiiuttiou jf n tnpk stt c 1 Od LfUlht l f 7 10 IS, tO L )M 42 TjO OUO it. hunt arm i nt ni An in ten tinj. itc-m ni the bill i-i tur tqupnitui uiul nrms fnr il unlit la HI ai i ni Otrij lulu qpr putt 1 for tht [uip at. Ai U r i i tii m i ittun of U i i i t v f t IK ii i u tui ke t u n the p n in i i arnioi 000 UUO n[ pr mekelulelo n nieut of Auuri mx N.it Killed MAbSIION 0 I) Ihe niiinle if dend in the lie 1 mi 1 ij ike 1 i i il ru id w leek it lit 1 r h is be n UK i iset! I y tw o, makinr the t inl numhei of f tt ti tiissix Iheadditi ni onesvMit I maid and his wife >f Mini It i O i weie mcirroetl) it ported as Li i nnr I A i dman nn 1 I ouisa Piuer It was tlst il s I lint Ih br it lit r and i li v( i m s w t rt as II ni> nntl (arm H 1 uf shi In county Ills ni Miuirer "No um hasM! bt cu ablt tits fallish Tlirnbntitv nf the uuknuunrl art w Milan 1 hi otheis wiunded art doin ICtutli wits nrrt ntetl at f I oinhi mi nt He b pr jpert) to his h i Ism Uoorga N. PaoKer, 630 and 638 i folk HI t t hargo s Mil IH 1 over his HOB. BSD renj Btreet, opposlto Kwing ilreet. Belli fiothing but Upper Le- high Bed Aih TAltrmer Aah tonfttnjt! i C fitlatt It r appltrafi u i II rtmoilv II e 1 working tlin Impurity vvhl li r Aliease and Thousands of i of Hood s n s' 1 Stuff I i "I will I 1 yeiri vvli 4lnea.se citiri rllla with tin v of that conl n up It toother whrr tn ol htalth anil 1 i l I li i t i )urea ?T looai -onitu i inrllln h ct> I erlili T ej I promotps iinnent cura, G to the qucctts i remedy for lit ni had laUtd. troubled for itr- 11 ly ills H s Simipa- LH It cured ma I i my throat and i nl so helped my f rr nm tltiwn hie Mill 5. a by fi >arsapdrillu Propnrtsd only ilei Lonoll ioo Velocipedes, 100 Tucycles, 100 Kicycles, 100 F-xpr-ss Wagons, AND A FUuL LINE OF STEAM ENGINES. 1 vi i h fire liu) 1 K i year toucan save moue> hy calling ou u lereeat lower tuau elsewnere Away. akndar and Pen Holder, O 8- purchaw Typewriter, ij SoO purchase I I 118 N. BROAD STREET, TRENTON, N J. cl and L l let In i' v, i i Vs ami t 1 f n til al i i t> i runplv ci H, Kiud pio 1 j It isii y to tlie tast" and ai t i' h to tho i nil jiKinipt i a tion ind hentf 11! in itj ts, pir] d ii mi the m i an 1 viei il le uue- it n cl't nt ill1 s c in IH d i' 'o all an 1 1 in i le, it tho lui l ul u n ui n t- i p 01 1 is i h ile in 50 ami SI b ttits 1 11 le i ing iin jTi-ts. An) itln'V dm _ist vl may not it in L ind will pr cure it pn in illy f i a one flights to tr) it not am substitute. CALIFORNIA HG Sfh'P CO. SAN C'L LOUISVILLE Kf Y N Y CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES Waliis' Fancy Store. NO CHRISTMAS tins 3 ear will be complete with- out a present. 1RUE HAPPINESS is found m giving not ic- ceivmg If jou call m the store we will show you man} thmgb suitable foi Chiistmas presents. Rlegaut Black >SilUs laek Dress Goods. Plain and fancy colored Dress Goods, Supenor Blankets, ComKutb and Quilts. Choice. Table Lmeus and Towels. Great vanety m Handkerchiefs. Toilet Soaps and Pt rtiinie.i.i. __ __ Umbrellas, Gossamers and Skills. Kid Gloves, Brushes, Ruchmgs, etc. FOK THIS WEEK J.OST h We hwve jnut i i i i Butchers, Restaurants, Grocers, Hoteh, t- tc All hlnilsof Meat Rarki. Hloihn liii I CounterH, Bulcliers on s !i U> bread and c heene a en h iili ui i Oyster Countern 1 HJB eto The Monitor Hand Cart, ALL 8UL3 Manatootured by C.V. HILT., (.OR LA FA-iETTE AND WILIOW Part of Qreea A Kennedy's saw Mill TRLfTfON, N J Grand Opening of Holiday Goods. Call and see them r AI tin I l Wh le l t A rl 1 I I tridi 1 1 s iil Mu ii i i u Al i r hi i 1 eno IOO D sea One Dollar reftiv d a prfliul stock of hiautifnl with all tho lateit tvlia lui die n nlvrr, niekel and oirved i atural Rtii k-i for adieu and gentle m n H'RO f rt-ihiolehi ilr n from 40i OOe to the fli po (Is n adi, at 18 A fini) Ol't la I ml rrlla silvir handle wo foil n w at which aro sold all tho city at tl 40 We have only SO l loft, ao call at onco before they aro clo od out A fipn-Harjgou r ramo Gloria, DOLLS. Wo are nv r 25 yofiis In the doll trade and never before hud meh a prand hiock ot do la n w Ameruan, i-reuih, English mid H rn an dronaod or p am in an ond loss whl h wo bought bi f TO tho advance in pn is, and mil truly at present cost Al o doll lists, shoes, etc I 'I I OPPOSJ1K CITY HALL The iRruext variety ol HUPFRFINF TRFAM ATRH Kiminulut t lu luitrnjfluimt made In the U H will be found at ANGKT.O CAMRKA'S Fine Confectionery Store, S2OE SOU J. A D TRENTON N J FdltU, t'rfum Water, Ice Cream Milk Shakes, hand and the lientlhatcan be had and made. Thsno ure ent lor w i 11 tin niwsljllB loth 1 t W faiiLV LL} jr lu- thi i itv t QlOVt I i Suk aihmon HI 1 Ki do 11 ant mil Wools 1 (4m pH r mines s'teol Iiinini (hi i silks HAV'iKEK H Thn st i k c f an! In all tho Inn lui mikoi 1 DESIRABLE I-OB 1 I hlldren Natural Wool, Scarlet M.diluted, t half wool all wool heavyweight meiium i "o popular, from 25c up nek and colors The boat Fast Black and riuan Knitting Yftrna, Saxony Tnrus boat n ng and t'rochet Silks in all colors Sew Laces, Tidlee, Uoods, Felts, flushes, r hlefs la Inrge and onrefully selectud-. Fturn Waiat C P Corset. 23 erd 125 North Broad Street. Opposite City Market. s, I1 1 i HAH 'Jills MAN h" tko AMERICAN CLOTHING (XX, ht would not havt how unch wild whutltd thiongh bin coat Uila. W. rlothi.g Bojl aid Ciaildr" with bwt BLHT TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING mnch Un th" prtciT. Onr grwt to-day SAMpl.R OVKROOAT8 tn UJ 8AMPI.K 8UIT8, n.rtii r Q .-d fa 19.99. HtadnnarMli tu ami Hnit. OI-OTHING MADi, TO OHDF11 U but IM tU U right U tl rfo. 3 MHRCHVU or   

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