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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               IX. NO. 2506. I'KKNTON, WKDNKBDAY AUTKKNOON, 31, 1890. TWO UNCLE SAM'S BIG LOSS. Ihe Victory Over Big Foot's Band a Dear One. TffEISHMX SOLDIERS KILLED. At Luast Out) Hundred of the Indian! iVere SU1" In Infiirlatetl Troopers Anothei Hut lie Urportml iu Uhlch Over Thirl} H .-111, Bravei Kit the Dust. WASHINGTON Dec Gen Scho field has reeeued the following telegram from Gen MiUs dated Hermosa S D, _Jpec 30 'Col I 01 s> the sajs sixty two dead Indian mun were counted on the plain the atutnpt was made to disarm Big Foot s bind and where the fight began on other parts of the ground were eighteen men 'Ihesedo not include those killed in ravines where dead warriors were seen bnt not counted Six were brought in badly wounded and six others were with a party of tw enty three men and women which Capt Jackson had to abandon when attacked bj about loO Brule Indians from the agency II.it Few Alive and Unhurt 4 11ns accounts comments Gen Brooke, 'fornimt) two men killed, and leavel but few alive and unhurt Ihe women and children broke for the hills when the fight commenced, and comparatively few of them were hurt and few brought in Thirty nine are here of which number twenty-one are wounded Had it not been for the attacks by the Brules an accurate Account would have been made, but the ravines vvere not searched afterward. I think this shows very little apprehension from Big Foot's band in the future A party of forty is reported as held by the scouts at the head of Mexican creek 1 hese consist of all sizes, and the cavalry from Rosebud will bring them in if it is true A Wholesome LeBtton to the Slonv "These Indians Gen Miles, un dcr Big Foot were among the most des cerate Theie were tlnrtv eight of the re- mainder of the Cheyenne river aud thirty that broke away from Hump's following when he took his band and the Sitting Bull Indians to Fort Bennett making in all nc irly 160 warriors Before leaving their campi on the Cheyenne river they up their harness, mutilated their wagons aud started south for the Bad lander evidently not to return, bnt to go to war Troops were placed between them aud the Bad Lai ds, and they never suc- ceeded in j miing the hostiles there All their movements were intercepted, and tbur severe loss at the hands of the Seventh Cavalry ma) be a wholesome lessbn to the other Sioux. Twenty-five Killed. Medical Director Bache telegraphs Sur geon General Sutherland from Piue ai ency, under date of Dec 30, as follows "I repjrt during an engagement with Indiantt nlteen miles from here, and during adesuliorv lire on this the follow lug casulilies Wallace, twenty five men of Seventh cavalrv ind one Indi an scout Killed, Lieut Sev eutbcHviilr) Lieut Hivvthorue, S coud artillery and thiii) men wounded This includes two men of second Infantry- Many wounds are Hospital Stew ard Pollock killed Havealso about thirty wounded ludiani, men, women and chil dren Three Hunched In.limn Killed. Additional lulurm aiou concerning the battle between bovertiimut truops aud in Burgent Indians wasleeeived at tlie Indian bureau (rum Indi in Ageut of the Pine anei e) who telegraphed to Commissioner Morgan as follows On KIPC creek while the soldiers were disaruiiiiB Big toot aud his baud af ter their sunendei i light look place, which resulted in the klliliu- of about 300 Indians atfd several of including Capt Wallace, vuth a numbei wounded lwo Strike and his part) w ho vv ere on W hlte Clay creek, just below Red Cloud's house, opened hre on. the agency from the hill tops opposite the boarding school, wound ing two soldiers The police opened hre killing two of lwo Strike's Indians and wounding others Two Strike and his band have retreated in a northwesterly direction from the aud it is sup- posed Be is trying to make his way hack to the Bad Lauds Thus far the Pine Ridge Tndiafts have taken no active part m the matter Kicking Bear and Two Strike and his band hav e beeu, and are' ing, an active part in the disturbance Commissioner Mor0an sent the dispatch to Secretary Noble who immediately look it to the president Thirty-three Indiana Fell. MINNEAPOLIS Minn Dec Jour nal'a Ruuhville special says "A scatter fog ore at long rauge vv as kept up most ol Tuesday night between lwo Strike's band from the heights northwest of the agency 1 the lioops Ibis commenced upon the arrival of a Ninth cavalry troop from Col Henrj'i command in the Had I mds. The casualties thus far reported are one killed aud one wounded At 4 a. m an attempt was made by lwo Strike's baud to capture the Seventh cav- alry's supply tram returning from the scene of the battle at ouuded Knee Upon heating the shots the troops made a dash, routed the reds and killed thirty three of them In response to the signal lights sent up liuu heds of settlers took refuge here in the chinches and court room ihe leniamsof Capt Wallace have arrived aud will be forwarded to For! Robinson jj_ A General Skirmish In OMAHA, Neb Dec 31 Is exasper meaner fiom the seat of war Dis patches to the army headquarters state that a general skumisli ift in progress be- tween the hostiles and the troops anc police It is leared that a portion of the frienillii'B will piove treacheious and join the hostiles further Details of the First BattU. PlNEKlUfh 1 PDWI'I H Absolutely Pure. A >AMn> "t btklng Mt Of ill iB H. Aiiut 17, IIP, battle n l 1 i K LT k w is blojd i leran nuie IL iih s l ntlelntupoit'i nullc iteel 1 In i si kin is i le killed uu thirl) lue VM le uuiu lie 1 V ail) lot Indians khli'ieites LiuMliuiitliit swept d jvvn ti mthchut rles tlie Lnited S us tiuo; s 1 he u am ei lu ts buil tliiiul l[ un then CILHOIS stn ll befoie III U111 h laklUL. tne n I  l I w n so in u s il llels in il- ail) I o It it Inn ju u i id tl e In llan wain Vi i i i i II lull eneiu ben I b) r l w mil ll I sis ill 1 s] a ul IL kJi-n d u i 1 bruver) that i u It be ll eq i I A So.ire of Snliln Ii II 1 hi f st si w of i st HILL was in idi jen tlL In hi s ii ir le 1 ti surren der tljfir irn I 1 been el kre 1 t Lime b) LIIII s mil disuint i) thret ot tl e first -q u ei mej i ward displayed their M j hiti side therefuie or lere 1 a I turbulent of A ind K tinops lo search tl e tepits and take away nil found ihe- i rder roused all the latent f> rtis of the redskin nature Probibl) they fean d that the) would be shot down wltl out mercy as snin as they were made liefcnsi IHSS W Hh desperate braver) the 1.30 Indians (nine 1 upon their roe and found a frightful voile) upon the soldiers that were Dithered eluselv about the tepees Ihe soldiers weie lompletely surprised Ihe) had not expectc I resist- ance in the face of such overwhelming odds Ihey hud come so neir to the tents and were gaiheicd so closetrtogether that the first volley swept down before it a score of the brave men A Deadly Keturn Fire. 1 he soldiers, ma Identd at the sight of their falling conn ilu h mil) awaited the command, and m a moment the whole front was a sheet of tire 1 hrouch this horrible curtain single Indi ms could be seen but after the lirst discharge from the carbines of the troopeis there were few of them left The) fell on all sides like gram in the course of the sc) the. Indians and soldiers lay together and, wounded, fought on the ground Ihe wounded Indians seemed possessed of the courage of dev ils From tl e w here they had fallen they continued to fire until their ammunition was gone or until killed Tjy the soldiers Not a Live Indian in Sjght. It was a war of extermination with the troopers lactics were almost al ai loued About the only tactics was to kill while it could be done wherever an Indian could be seen Down into the creek and up over the bare hills in j v ere followed bv artil ler) and musk tr) lire and lor several minutes the went on until not a live Indian was in faiLjht More than ninety Indians were killed by the deadly lire from the Il< chkiss gnus and the un erring aim of the holdiers But w hen the -moke cleared aw a) it wa.s feu d thu the firing of the re Iskms ha i beeu onhade- gree less ialicr traacife M J Craft, a Catholic pi es who had hurried to the front to lend i s sen m settling the difficulties on the t eld with a mortal wound in the THE NEWS IN BRIEF Condensed Gathered at Ban' dam from Places The president has signed the commis sion of Heur) B Brown of Miehuin as associate justice of the supreme court of 'he United A number of people were senonsl) In jured b) falling walls it i hre in Burling ton, la which did 00 d cm i-e Chancellor Mcdili his appointed ex Baikalovv receiver of the firm ol Nightingale Bros silk manufacturers, of Patersou N J 1 he 9 )ear old "on of Baron von berg Austrian consul at New Oileans was run over aud killed by a horse car in that city The spinners of the Clark Ihread com pany in Kearney and Newark were notified that unless they applied for work at the gates of the mills without further delay their services would be no longer required Ihe spinners, generall) refused to return to work Ihe Scotch railway strikers begin to show unmistakable signs of weakening owing to the number of desertions fron their ranks The companies h ive changec their tactics, aud instead of instituting a virtual lockout the men they are offering every inducement to individuals to resume their former places Governor Hill has accepted the resigna tion of Gen Amasa J Parker, of the Ihiri brigade of the National Guard, and ap pointed in his stead Brig Gen Robert Shaw Oliver, of Albany John J Reed, who was indicted for mls- plac.ng the 'cabbage" switch on the New York Central and Hudson River railroai near Greeubush during the big stuke, was jcntcnced to seven jeara imprisonment Thbmas L. Cain and Arthur Buett, under the same indictment, pleaded guilty Buetl was sentenced to Clinton prison for two years and Cam to three years and eight months Now Yofrk FaruierR Meet. UTICA, N Y Dec 31 fiist annnai meeting of the New State Farmers league was held in this in )esterday President Edgar Kuapp and Secretary H S Corwm resigned, bnt their resignations were referred to the executive committee Their reports were not accepted, as they were said to be incomplete and incompre- hensive 'Ihe retiring vice president was quite openly censured for his work during the past week The officers elected for the ensuing ear are President, 1 homas Arm strong, of Piattsburg, vice presidents, T E Hicks, Washington county, J V Henry Knott, Ulster couuty, and George Hatfield, Onejda county, lecturer, N G Spaulding, Renssalaer county, secretary, F E Dow ley Onondaga county, treasurer, A, M, Uhl, Dutches? county A Biutr lauflCH TIONESTA, Pa Dec 31 Clnnngton HUH county, Edward S Shippen, member of the Him of Shippen Brothers lumber dealers, shot and instantly killed J W bay, one of ihe of. tlm dm Btu] blood war engendered by Say coming t< work late and being sharply reprimanded by Mr. Shippen. Say worked till noon and then went to the firm's office and de manded his money In settling accounts the dispute was renewed, during which the murdered man struck Shippen Mr Shippen claims the shooting was done in self defense, and that he only fired when he thought his life was in danger Shippen is in jail Say leaves a widow and a family of small children Colobrute. NEW YOUK, Dec 31 Hnrlem Dem ocratic club eelebratul the late Democratic victories by n banquet at ils club house laht night A number of gqesta wore piesint Speeches were made by Hons George Ramos Ashbi 1 1" Filch Amos J CummiiiKS, William L Brown and John R Fellows, ot New York, Henton McMil Ian, of Tennessee, William D ol Indiana, and Governoi Abbett of New Jersey. Why not, when yon have k cold, take a remedy that yon can depend upon to mire yonf Hire's fomKh dyaboTe othert, It hu onred a larger _ otker oough ERIN'S LEADERS CONFER. Parnell and O'Brien Hold a Secret Session. THtY ON U001) ItHUS. Little Known us lo What Wlis Adoui piloted liut thu Were Con ducted In a Animated Manner The Conference Will Be KttNiimed Later BOIL IAI blliMti Dec 31 Pai uell ace mi[ amed bv Messrs Johu Red ifloud Kedmond Kenny and Clancy -nil of whom- lie lueeubna uf the Brm-ih J house of commons Mr Scull) the de- feated candidate of the Parnellltes at North kilkenuj and Mr Bjrne editor ol Iheiieemaua Journal landtd here yes terday afternoon from the Folkestone boat Messrs O Bi leu and Gill had already ar rued here from Pans and the conference between the Irish leaders took place at the Hotel tlu 1 uvre liter seemed on Good Terms. Mi 1J ii nell looked well in health when he 1 LU le 1 here, though his was still b induced Shortly after 1 lulling Mr Paruell went to the Hotel du Louvre where he eventually met Mr "William 0 Buen Messrs Parnell and O Bnen then retired to a private room, which had been ennaged by telegraph and the two leaders lemaiued m conference for about half an hour At the expiration of that time Mr Parnell and Mr O'Brien had luncheon totether seeming to be on very good termfl Laconic and Non Committal The conference was conducted in a very animated manner Mau) telegrams were sent during the da) to London by both Messib Pai uell and 0 Bnen Air Paruell and his friends went to London today, and Messrs O Bnen and Gill will depart foi Parib I he only official announcement was the follow mg Messrs Parnefl and O'Brien met here Tuesday Ihev had a prolonged conver satlou which will be resumed m a few dajs Naturally there is considerable speculation as to what took place at the conference but little or nothing is actually knowu at concerning the arrange- ment discussed LUCKLESS LUC1NDA POTTER She Capsized Off liarnegat and Seven oJ Her Crew Perished PiULiDririilt, Dec Ihe schooner A IJ Laumun which has just arrived here Charles the sole survivor of the crew of the schooner Lu cinda C Potter from Boston for Norfolk which cc nslsted of eight men Ihe Potter capsized Suuday noon off Barnegat and five men were drowned 1 hf rHptnin Tiul l.hfl Iwo remaining faulors game i a lodgment on a portion of the vessel s house, but two of them, one the captain died from exposure hen the Lainson found the wreck Sundaj night and sent a bo it to take off the men the captain was still alive but died half an hour after bunts taken on board the rescu liiti vessel was scarcely more than alive but soon got over the t fleets of his exposure Governor Hill s Message Dec 31 G vernorHill'sannual message to the legislature has been sent to the state printer It will be more 1 ius th in usual and will treat in a large measuie with the stereotyped matter that has been the suhj ct of comment in the last three ears Ihe governor will com mend the w  end cannot bo far off LOtSOON BIO FIRL Two Kxte GeorgA N. Parker, Hoi. 580 uid 612 itrset, opposite Kwlng ft. oat, nothing but La- ugh Bad Aih wnfu Aih T-VdbGpl. tot Iliuiutl'iiiH Cant leut 1 ons of ouci ty LOMI N I) e 31 Ihe inu h lit used London In I i ide did s me i eit 1 t able at ster laj s 11 i Q i en le toria nn I 1 hints stieUs Ihe Oftht (len-arlniptr IM iiiohtU vn t deftctne mil i t n and uith the suit nil] ii i d a] J tr it us the n n nil i i I m iki at ad u n L, in t i i till n l h the Ntw lk lej irimeut v. atorm J i I tl n was in pi nd it tilt es the men uert aim st bhu i d b> tin sleet in> of the nun bull} fr u Ulid U 1 feared th U m burnt caaes ti and r1- will have to be amputated 1 lit t t il IDS wasii'OHOO Ihe 1 ibs to R 1 r rt' was (XfO lien sto( f furs ua Tarned at- Oflu- Hall tie it el totally dtstrojed and the remain lei dam aged While a large portion ot the fire bnnade was occupied m battling with the fir in Queen Victoria street another conflagration was racing in the subutb of Hackuej sixteen engines being u'ed in the attempt to subdue L Ihe property destroyed m this locality was the woiks of Carless Cipel and Leonat beuzolme re fluers and naphtha distill Ihtrewere gallons of spirits st red in tanks and underneath the building while the fire was in progress several of these ex ploded with great force, i ijuring a num ber of persons and terrors ug the popula tlon of the vicinity Ihe shock of the ex ploblon was plainly felt aM p bs is v ery heavy The Central t Ne v Koad ALBANY Dec 31 scheme the Central railroad to have their trjiil road to the north from Utica and thus cul off the revenue of the Rune and 0_densburg road has. developed Ar tides of incorporation of 'he M hawk and St Lawrence Haihoad compau) have been filed with the secretary of si ate 1 he cap- ital stock is placed at ind the road ib 17o miles long, running liom Utica to a point at or near Gouverueui in the county of M Lawieuce T lere are   i iv and tl at the eon tractors acknowledge the liability and will indemnity the government against loss Brntality to an Age I Woman NEWHuiN Conn Iheoclect- men of the town of may find themselves in trouble in i few iHjs On Sunday thej sent to the New pital a town patient C iroime Mtramble, 59 biifftritirj ftom a broken hip and bed sores on hei bick Ihe unfortu nate woman was transferred m a beach wagon in which there was nothing re sembhng a bed I he distance la twenty eight miles, and as the woman hail little protection from the cold both legs were frozen before she reached the hospital and she was in a dving condition btie died yesterday Coroner Mix will make an in vestigation and will find that death was caused from exposure follow ing the action of Woodbury s selectman Boarded by Train Robbers COIATMBIS Ind Dec 31 hen train No 18 south bound from Chicago to Louis- ville, reached Seventh street station 111 this city three stringers boarded it and went through the dav coach 'Throw up your hands' they cried to the passengers As the coach was full ofladies who were local passengers but little attention wis paid to them trank Burton an Indianapolis trav elms man, attempted to shnw i t u i 1 1 ti i u r bl t 1 I M i i I H t I u I st i it un nl 1 1 1 1 1 i u I 1 1 e I I I 1 I 111 i ii l I 1 1 I I ouil iki t i rubbtis ti t me 901 Jliiui, Attttott U ctnno' 67 local Vfllektioni I' enalrei r OQintutlOQAl Maedy like Hood! "thloh, wtrklng through 11 e bl 1 eradloitei whith ciu-'es and promotei the and rf'i'ti i periiiRnfDl Tkoiuands of pr f> to the suocfii Hood's nl a RS a remedy for when olhei t n p rations had filitd. BtufTod-t p Feeling. "1 win tsjr I In bpp-i troubled forirr- yinn t t t rrll catarrh I m s Hood i wltli the v t n IU It cured contln i ii dr nl In my throat, and itnffid up feilliiR U I n TKO helped my who t i r run ittU kulth ami Hi v tr ul.io Mm B. Futn i n (ram i i-> f "f Udbyilldni r- i r r ps Prepsreaontf IT 0 I HOOD A I e i- les M-M. IOO D so- Ono Dollar THE LARGEST and MOST ELEGANT LINE OF CONKKCTIONKKY JT-O.K, -x- L i JJ i Will be found at New Confectionery, NEXT DOOR TO BROAD 8TRKFT NATIONAL BANK The lareent and most e! Rant I Inn off amly a liable for prosenta incln IIOK tho famous McDnnaUI stl er Box o! HoHtnn New }oik B O S Chocolates and Hon BOHR will be found ai prloos from 2.10 up toT'ic for one pound box don' le price for double None as fine nnd cheap In the oily andv Toys t nd Mtxlurei atreuuoed rates Come and sef before von buy Wish ng you a Mf-rry DirlatmnH and a ery Happy New Year with poiketo full ol oney, I remain your moat obedient 0er Angelo Camera, WUTH BROAD iTRBld1, TKENTON I v f 1 1 I l I n i 1 1! i 1 _, t I 111 i I lv L I ll l II I l 1 I I 1 I 1 i 1 1 t I I I l I I I N 'I k 1 II nil i M I h I j l i i i i I ilu 1 is 1 I I HI! 11 Ihl.i- M n Ho 1 I'll M d i f u II 11 II lie ill kn 1 l h an i i[ u nth rttui u nrt Ii m tl n in s i k tin i liking on t he Ntw 1 1 t ill lit] iiks in t his i in vt ppmg tut ol" lit if an appn u 1 ing engine ilketl in d nt of tl e last mail tiain com n L, lit tthi ui 1 all wt le struck ind uistuilh killed ihtu bodies so ter nbly n i ijtd that ttxej nere-btarccly rcc le 1 T It Petemoii Dead PiiiLAin IIHU Die 41 Iheophilus B Petersi n the wtll publisher and boikseller ill il Die 30 at his resilience In this Ihe immelmte cause of his letth is I t irt (Use ibe He had not, honcur ltdiin KO 1 health for a vear, and hill) tn c nfine 1 to the house for the past lime wuks l e t Ht i Nepliew CIIK II il M s Jotrmlt the Hint of 1 MII v Hi uin who found dead mlisstl tint Miller mil Polk streets 1 is m i It n nftisi n a th it she hictl the sh >i th it killed her nephew Hit) had a quuiel over money matters blie claims th it made an attack on hei and that she shot hiui m self defense j xoVA r f t3 i Vr 'h tiio rut'iKid ft d le tilts i up f I is t i1 i n, u is u I d n u tiling to the r id act illy o i t'la Ki Lu r a'ld Bort1 c'i in   eaid ch uge of now, thorofjre, Tho Inha) ttants of the City of Trenton do hereby ordain SKC 1 That tho grade of a portion of Clin- ton aveuuf beginning at A point one ban drcd sixty fonr feot northerly from the north cmb line'f Ore nwood avonno mens nred on the eastcurh Hi e of (iinion aven e and one hundred and fifty fuit on thu west curb line find txte ding nnrthi rly a du taiico of six hnndr d at d eigl ty OIIP f et, on ihe east curb lint of said Clln ton avenue, and teven hundred a d three fert, messure I on tho weut (urb I no thereof _bn and Jl e sflme is htrcby changed, and_ ia established BO HR to roiifuim to profile of that part of f I in on avenne made by the Pen? aylvrinia Railroad oinpa iyr dnterl N vcmterTth, 1H90 and now on fllo in the (ihceot C C Havun (ity Sumyor and th PcnniThaiiia R ilroad Company are to en ct a new iron bridge over their tracks on H.ne of I Clinton avenuo, In RCC rdance with the Plan No sdb mitttd herewith provided the Poi nnylvmia Ratlroad tmpany lesato nf tho Ua ted Now Rallnadaid (anal Con pany, shall wi hui thirty days nftor the pai ftge therf of fi e a sattfifact ry hnnd, with (ho aatd City bolicitor f r tho fai hful performii ico of he at rot uir-nts bofon ran tionrd indtmnifying the 8ftid city of I renton against alt claims for dnmn cs aria ng from pad (hanges of grade wh ch can boenfnicod against thu said citj by a it, nnd tbat this rdtimnco shall not go i i to (flV  the best processes of Other maiiuf u tmeib "BEST GOES FARTHEST." Doctors and in sK f tk 1 is' tst standing .ill over the world, u i t i t'is i m isi suing and b> VAN Hot> 11 M s spii i i! pi cess i 11 l s t attained 4 CjTV AV Hit slit 1 pots SSGB the croit of loi oiipT s ut tsj o N ler ther fore t 1st In all parU of-Uiow-p t tn t-t n i mm ii arft tl tnftenn and cuflt i or r ,i IB nr ch 11 f i tlullj by chlldrea or J hale nnd ilcU, rich unil uour k( i s 4 nd Uike n i i i v i -j i i 15 EAST STATE STREEl. Winter Gtylo SEAL TURBANS, SEAL CAPS, YOUMAN'S HATS A WiilTING MAOJIINK No Ribbon. Direct Printing. Perfect Alignment E. Challenger Co., OKNKRAl. NO 1407 CUT TNUT oTR Fh'lR-lflphla PB FOR I AT VI OG1 X v X f l Restaurants, Grocers, Hotels, Etc. Ul kin In of Vent Raokt. Bench Uiuiitert. Bulel  l LV Asn BILLOW ol.. 1'irtof Green 4 Kenned i Mill, TELNIOV, N 1 riUS MAN I'o 'ut hif of AMKR1 'AfJ ULOIHIN8 AND rvULOK.Na O, worn I no, how ifiaufe the vad htatled thu igh oMt W' sn ad t wltk the btsj BbT SLifHINa At inocb Ph ex" Oni g> t Tort! Jl i and f 14, Md onr t i.MF .R SUiili nvittt Jl i (ind 14, jr for C udrta'i tsd OvwcOKh. CLOTHL G It) 12 Keiuambei I u tke wt inn im wlii, SMrae ngl alt g 1HAVE NOWAiULL LINC OF NFW AN DESlEiBLE UNlJhEWfiAR FOI tht rail trade, for Ludith UCH miHhiiri tn Wool White and Morino one tin 1 w ol inn-hall wool all wool heavy >veigbr, mwllnW weight Also riblied whnh arr BO ular, from 25c up tho new hoih lilacc nd colors boat l-ast fanrv color HOBO In tho CIMF ft r In Silk Cashmoio f d Kill i ruian Kiilttli g Pai ly arnii, t 1 Germantown Wools Fijhyis Knit up find Croc I et Silka in H I co n (JiBips fringes feteel Trimin i 1 lidiea, Staijped Goods Felt Chiraf-llks HANDKEEl HIEF8 The stock of nhii -xli! ifi i large and curofnlly st eote all the leadm? mhkii5 Tuo rorrn Waist t P Corset, t t-v 13 and 125 North Broad Street Opposite City N arket, Tho fltewart Hammond KUSINESS GUI 1 1 til Aflonla the best itities tor acquiring thorough, uruUical nibtriitl inn Hie English brunches, J3ook- liankiiiir, Miitl unutics, Penmauship, iiieiiog- rnpfi} nnd ure taught m a most saperior and aatiRtiiLtdrj niiuinor The teaihers nro CHJ iblo, enthusiastic, energitic workc rs, and are m full with the pnncipii in his determination fl> luuo tho btewart Hamrnond stiuid first umonir tlie lure most schools of its kind m the country Progtisine inethnds, successful teaching, superior uji[ ointimnt'', are a few oi the distin- guishing cnaracteriRti s ol tins school, and the remark- able jeiulj enrollment ol 4 SO students argues conclu- snt'ly tliat tho pretensions ot the institution are not ill founded Oui success is our boat argument, onr work our bent recommendation, and bj the work we do, and by it alone do we wish to be adjudgi d of patronage. Term begins Monday, faiprombi r 1, 1890. Enroll at once lor catttlogui', address J ISTBWATtr, Ui'x 527, Trenton, N. J. College Rooms, 10 and ia S. Hroad Street .An. mm.   

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