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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1888, Trenton, New Jersey ip U TO THE PUBLIC VOL VI NO 1813 TRENTON AFTERNOON 8 TWO Passed A Motion to Reconsider Now Uncle i Discussion II VI I 1 H 10 UK nt Which I i 1 1 i ill f L lit ilh Aul i n ii ii i i lo h him so ex It semite and lui up by a which ni ting was i I j m in ti uts i i 1 fr m he II nh ial mf ima t tit of tho lii s i m Mil t 1 it I SL t lead as L i ha i I in positive In il ll N ina 1 1 tbi second pust li iu li -i not Mr h il i ill urgt J tho passage i if it i a 11 11 i Ij i lit 1 P 1 at tj find with t I M i oi L far LU It 1 ii t o ly tht i L1 m t I ttL tti t u n m this Vt 1 o tin h ur agreed upon v IB on tl t 1 ill Mi the fi I ut tl Shall i v i is 1 1 s i il the ty 11 the fore gu tf on i Senators t 1 with M I nut Berry lii K publicans I tilt was n i ors m 11 -i m re 30 The i nays 3 Ison of Iowa i i al ji s Sherman i i t 1 to 1 1 to as ti m pi i ling h tfl t until the in u that bt n j ctel ti n lo t i n l Ih til u i t m ift r Mi J ITri M to i t i i tl f it tl i i i i tl at Inn tht I nn ul 1 tune effect i i II 1 1 t hum then the i t 1 O i this 11 pool t tl t i i n is n pent 1 i in l t tli fl ur and ear I Ii lii i i's motion Ho l n Ij mill this measure 11 m v It was 1 11 ab s and if i t il tu in the fact of the v 1 li mi th president t ll is Mill pulling it 11 a1 online t ial i i uib man said Mr lint advantage 1 vi lit tht principles i tti m of nations I1 1 tho null m to recon t i i lit 1 Mr i i 1 fut that the BBS 1 1 ill i h i motion if la Hi d bv Chum would ti na u 1 tti ual pui pose of 1 i v tli Ho was i Mi s residing as B air 9 motion as showed quo um V I tli foul sen U i i i a it All L 111 i 1 t o ju t taken on Ins motion tu i c iii 1 i indicated the 1 of tl si n il ami to with it M A vote w is t il n a o i 1 uid a thu 1 Jimo on tils motion til isi i i 1 ut each time there 111 s h m a ju i u n o ed Ou the last ot tli T I s no were Blau Hi i it jii it H ai R toher nip ill n 1 n t J n i mast of the Dem ou at s v t i v Ihi fi lends of the d th i in of fui ther efforts to end m it in 1 tl e senate adjourned tul Mt n 1 tho passed but will th i i lo its passage pending DISCUSSING THE RETALIATION The Hull i Another Day to the Sul I ro mid Con T Sept time of the houe w is dm t 1 to discussion of tho u 1 i I V will be taken on thp to lay it 1 n m Mi Nutting of n nl criticized the lent t n t using th eiven him mo it uid Canadian disci ui st cm voxels pass mg L lian c inaK The American government lit sul was to blame for the presanl d flit s Ii I nd upon Eng ho i the history of nations Showed it nft u t saft to on English Ht su 1 it th Mills became a law 1 uu 1 lave by her n 11 mill u e m this country what bio hi 1 i ima lit to accomplish by u Mi Hli if M n insisted that the pie il t In 1 u t been del elict in not th i i on him by the Ian 1 1 till nn of II publicans that the lint lui u pu ill tin M said it 1 Im b i m v 11 I 11 taste for the lout tr i f t tint a t 11 that it M 1 r i on he i ait of c ingress to it p I it vi I i tho p wjr to re- iv v lu goods of tli in i nt win i our en 7 ns wi I I i ul i j an 1 Mr L n ion of I h s it il nn older 1 v tin pii 1 nl on Marth U tho r ho r taliation im t sto as a port ot entry foi go lq in h I to show that tbe president di 1 u it a tha time consider the twenty ninth unite aln Now Mr C tho nt holds that t 1 sintt Ml in Muni oti that the p os dint no i hns out power to iJl tl it is no Mi of Mi Ingm thought the proposed remol noti 1 je ao the in of tin aul in tho Ui n b of tho transit of i i t i ugh that This woult 1 n t t it but would daniago the lud Canada mutu Mi Connor it Illinois tion bo ap I ist the em of president of the of d the ot fit west as an appi pi late new t j Ran 1 t y tho t aniu n ana liau an 1 il th i an lot out tin leal oil uleis the of the east d ud 1 Hu m passing tli till not to thehan Is uf I I ImL all future pit si louts Don t Ilo ibt Them n S pt s Vssi taut of Hu s sni th it 1 siu no to tlu s nt that has been a i lot In antoil gr wing out ot the ti ible N itli ng L in t e MI 1 as tt tht dt tails of th atf i i 1 t it 1 li 1 but tut Ii tiling him hapi nit 1 b f H and are likely to en again a ton is a platt tt t a i m sul a It art Hit ale i irnia bit and n hen 1 I the 1 ant at Units uill in t s an 1 create a i lot Thir an f n I- thora most of them at Shanghai ami the ilk Sept H t irro of Iho Herald hs as foi Ions ial U the f and to the an am abk to that the the s ib still undei n It has not t eon r as yui i 1 Minister tt U that the is still u 1 r ration an 1 from th itt pel I It ai u that tht qu st in of at the il I Sept 8 report vf commissioner of education shont that tho to the luring tho ear nere 1 bOO volumes and pamphlets The collet tion nu 21 anl pamphlets Millions of children at tend tht i schools some time luring tla ear an 1 of 8 OOt 0110 iu average attendant e Tin have male than other paits of tho country Census of in Cauton tt TON bepi H I he last report re at the state of Air ur I St ites consul at Canlon that 81 of which number 37 were anl reside 1 at that time anl i men and n omen and n m for the TON Sipt light ho ise boat 1 has liten notified that the boiler and t houses at Hook for supplying the elt light buoys in Sidney b channel 011 harbor have completed be put 111 operation tho part of September Hills iv bept president has to tho house without approval private pension bills granting In Mrs Mrs C T Maphet Catherine John Charles Nen haul and Rus sel L Mr Mills to lake the Stump W Sept ab ut a Representative Mills mil go to to talk tariff m to the people an 1 from he will go to Indiana to take the stump To Build s Sept of the has formally an aided the con tract for tho Brooklyn to Bernard Gallagher foi AND YET SHE TALKS OF WAR Canada 8 Poor Military Ing and I OTT A Sept 8 Smee her formation In tie has expended only ufiS on hei organisation Ac to the last annual leport of the minister of the total strength was men namely field 1 110 artillery 2 en 17 col etc last year while the total fallen off percent since 1873 By the Dominion militia aet the military forte consists of all male inhabitants betn ten tho ages of 18 and SO or disqualified This includes both v o and v e forces The active serv ice is made up of volunteers w ho enlist for a tei m of three years while tbe reserve is enrolled without performing drill and is available only m case of a general call to arms Repeated efforts have been made to have the active force modern weapons of wai but of the old is still retained to Sue the President for Libel CHICAGO News special from Washington jon Bionne of Indiana a petition n tha house next Monday Iho petition prajs for power to sue the president tor hbel and is tho work Of Mrs is championing the cause of Mary Ann Dougherty whose pension the president vetoed on the that she was a disreputable charac ter having been arrested timos Mrs Dougherty denies the charge and has had the facts investigated by Mrs Smith for tho Woman's union Mrs Smith says that she made a personal eh of the records of the police court of this city where these are said to have been made and only uno instance B a Mai y Ann Dougheity had been ai rested This waa twenty ago and she thinks therefore that Mrs Dougherty has a good for n SAN FRANCISCO Sept 8 latest Ha watlan report of tho finance committee on the expense of the state f uno ral of tbe princess The report shows that the funeral was taken advantage of to all an opportunity to fling money broadcast The total expenditure was about twice what it should have been and tha orders were given by King personally Some of the items were bona and some the result of collusion Among the for this remarkable yero suite of clothes for men and boys shirts 740 hats and 887 dresses and a vast quantity of underwear costing in all A Hattle with Slave LONDON Sept 8 the reported fight with slive Capt Lugard of tho lakes expedition received bullets m both arms nnd in tho chost He pro greasing favorably and intended to ask the government to send guns to enab o him to GO the expedition His of men Their with the slave dealers waa of a desperate character and lasted throe hours whon thoy were com palled to retire the strong Arab ada Capt Lugard that the Por are ass sting the Arabs The is still to great danger In the combination proportion and preparation of IU Ingredients Hood's aecom cures where other preparations entirely roil Peculiar In ts good name at home which li a tower of peculiar In the phenomenal sales It Hood B U the nmt successful medicine for the blood giving strength cr lOOk CROPS DAMAGED BY FROST Yellow Jack Rapidly ing His Roll of Victims SI UN VM S I Nine -U 1 r i itt 1 of lit I 1 1 1 A I lie it Hold in Other louns J r I- lln s S 11 II 1 Of f I 1 j 01 tod dm t 1 ur Ii tin s an 1 inl t i bi t cum s h uiH n 01 Hit 1 atlis r Or i n H pt in nent Ii st m I jj ul u Mid Gin M A it n Mis ol i 1 V Mis n Mis H thp thirl of die Dr b t l ol bat Is i Miss VUu i t th Sinn r Sou ing Mac hint liii ift i tlu cl 1 Iho infant cf Mis Iff h 1 tut it is wild not of 11 tli lift nuth i and children Ii the dusL UL uid ont lutal to d ito bht tti arc fl MI H A I ot the stato I i ik -in 1 chairman tlie o i sit itati in f the LI itmn H uoik 1 in since the outl L ik f tl L f is als among tht k i- J J Di A z ml V U Ji are Thu th i npw t an M Hit Hum mei K jb tii n s f C and daughter H i T f 1 L LUI a 1 k N i la at tho o inent Mi jtl j n mile OKU L ol ji I Mirth i is t I t n Ii HI Sa i H 1 Miss H pkm t John ikler J isj L i N J Ki 1 ju CaniL Smith J I M k m jn a b jy H Ku Cai i it Jim son L ir rie Hastings Paul n Mi 11 leif Ru 10 Thomas Vltri I Sj i k tu of George W tf t Mii I Mrs ilt in 1 Iren Mrs U ih 1 kn hanier Katt k 11 I mm f u U ill iim I Hit li u Mi k i J Biannon frt i ge 1 n J 1 T 1 Km a t 1 I tii H T I VI he I i i ik U 1 J n nit Lew H L nis M s J 1 lams A committee of tlu Lit i ai m was t m to Camp fhe reports that j allow is it McClenny Ha thirty milts at leu ate Mc is tin s at of Baker with a population of about Three 01 four 1 there In this city the committee on tion has completed thu census and rej it tbe total remaining population as M 577 Of these it is expected 01 i UUU will leave In a or depopulation of the city ib impossible anl it is feared hundreds of lives will be lost frost kills the disease Pho If tips 01 n n nl nut in number at win rt loading lumber k for an increase m to 0 per daj thinking that the quarantine would prevent the f labor fiom abroad lo ers stou 1 firm and organized a ation Isearl 100 bi from the but woie fi Jin then u the strikers A mob of ly 103 men threatened a serious riot Tho ties were awed aul the called on for troops The Fernan iina and Ocala companies out and the two latter were seat to the bcone of the trouble Order was restored when the ar lived The leader named fifty others were ariesto I fined and the and four were fine 1 from to each Seven more lemand d for a and the remain discharged Two Towns with Duarn N C Sept of North Carolina has hed Di Nial Mitchell at that tho towns of Murphy and will i el low fever to enter their products HI Forwards Assistance S C Five hundred dollars to Jacksonv ille by the Howard association city council will hold a special meeting to-day to take action upon Jacksonville s appeal for aid Savannah's Contribution Sept S Savannah Flor Ida and Western has con to the Jacksonville fever sufferers Tho President's Veto ST LOLIS Sept Judge has rendered an important decision in tho United States court on the presidents powers fen 3 ears aso an ex mayor of city Howe was appoints 1 an Inlian agent and his bond was signed by B Allen and Col J 0 in the sum of Mr Howe became In trouble and he was PMed on his bond and judgment secured by the government for tho full amount A was then in congress to aid the bondsmen in escaping the liability It passed both and was submitted to id Hi held it ten days and then sont it btu k out his It faile 1 to i each the speaker's desk until the day and the friends of tho it a Tho court holds that it Is no a law and that tho nee of som 3 k should not deprive the president of his veto A Fossilized Head Pa Sept W F Horn of this place has in his a head of a being very hko tlw hum in being of today The foi matton of the ace almost perfect It was found ago in Ferry comity near Gibson T Hoek embed led in sandstone Mr Horn has token a piaster of io and it to tho Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadel phm to obtain an opinion about it Attachment Sept 8 Howell Jowott Co secured an attachment tho Chicago Lumber company of this city for The company is said to havd worth of lumber here BAD THE IF TOD Uh to keep potted on tbe Political i of ft Nm I lu 1 d U t I M S I t t fi TL ul ki u h at tl s ts 11 l H 1 tl n K il 1 A I i ti s n usl i I 11 1 tl s i -t n t n i a u j I 1 ll l tti i i Hit f Ml UL I 11 1 111 i I 111 I IT 1 Mi U U M S 1 i tl lat 1 i i 11 i j i t u i t ll 1 si IS 1 tl tl II It tl L I t II I U III I Is t I tl I 1 1 s II tl 1 11 10 tl 1 I tl 1 t J I tl t ill I 111 111 1 I ill I II I 111 11 1 I It ll I I Ul 1 t 1 I Is 1 11 I n i a I 1 tl it tl 1 un I II t II it 111 1 I I 1 I s ll l I ll 1 in I 1 in ill in JIH nun t ll inn j Ml Ma s Hit i I inn In is i ij i I I tl fi t t 1 t i tl in l t a I I H it i I HI I Mil l I Mi S 1 1 s K 1 it Ii n I t i in tl i t in i ul f I I in i t nil nl it in 1 t I i J in h it s ti u 1 I J li t in iu s s U its fi ni HU 1 U I 11 s I II I stilt si UK nil Itll 1 1 i m 1 1 1 t fell nn I t 1 i lit r If t 1 at i in tht iu tl it i ill h u is f u us 1 culls 11 it 1 it tli isi i I il 1 11 ii UP HILL AND DOWN HILL Spt hit TIJ t lit tho New 1 tht 1 Hun to tin Nl i K s t s in I n t i ro i a n t tli i i u i iti n u Mi Hill f jr 1 I Is 1 I 1 it I I LI In 11 n nht th 1 ill I Ii 1 1 Jtl H 1 lib un 1 1 si 1 1 A n i iJ tlw u-i 1 n s n i O i il I l tn It riti Viis n 1 I M 1 I i tt 1 I uis I t tg II i I i in i 1 v iUt il I un I 11 in ll ulst i i i S Inn 1 i in I Di id Hi n 1 mill hn I Is i i i l ui Mill 1 it n nn 1 th hist sj i h 1 II JUI I V 111 Jl II I f I Ills l tlJ 1 IL Mi 1 tl i i i 1 i t nu 1 hu H ti us II i 1 1 n tuil ul it un 1 tin lis till ii 1 1 nth r u 1 t i us fin Hill Mr I ill un a n s anl this mile tl II II in n L 11 l II sp ik r n t i 1 in i 1 i 1 t x uad om rn ill in 11 Kin in ill K mil HI n i in in tout an I H t I I tin I it t au lion s on til 1 fhis ill li 4 in tj for Henn r u K i n in i u I h r n 1 I 1 1 1 s n h in 1 111 i k u ij 11 the i nu I f luis is hi ai pair 1 tut when IK 1 ai 1 his h st tj T Hill thei H u a tu in il u of in e 1 Ii is i 1 1 1 Us a 1 1 Clonus Mi I kn u 1 i i i Hul f l 1 is t jf II t 1 ial HIL t i u 1 Mi Ge igo lull pj k 1 t u It at a 1 i f p e Hi thL hall were ftr thL s t makinn Mr t asked if i 1 i LO n jt bipi sen el jut the police nu 1 i th to cheLk the list ul rs Mr dil tho best he could and an iu nt s In of the which H 11 hat OL 1 U bun Mi G ha 1 Walter I onan tuel something wai too is nea of con n Hill Has then read I though tin vote us on n on the side The meeting then a Ij jtn no 1 GHOULS FRIGHTENED OFF Vn nipt t i Ste il M s 11 ith lit lls u Possible ST I tis Has made to i ib tht grave of Maxnell the Pu lei i 1 1 m this Ih t th fact thut Sh vim has 1 1 witth Max gi no rj at i of a Ills eini i is unknown t him an 1 his to kh tl tho grave vaitl and Sb v in seeing firL 1 his nlns them away to a lu waiting near by and li dly t low to the would be has left a spade and a coil of t p on tht el man ships Tonya PARIS Sept limps publishes a troni at tin landing of the ei s of tht man assisted by tlie sultan tronp noie ex hange 1 an 1 1 H o of th CT nuns Its 1 Ci war s Hal longa the landed at Pongani and droM the ani into tho bush f AraU we t killed The ex in is intense tent from the of the Gei man Afi lea company Ohio Has C ipn Now O Sept Th Uhn White Caps as the bun 1 that tai iel ju 1 ft Mis a fen nights s- y lo the V n w jmen running s lu it t up at out e the tit tho same wuv The also u 1 tho of a to take w and stop selling 1 or his satoon bo cleaned out that if they do usit hia place they will with 1 Stpt The national of stall m ii elected the following foi t- dmt H O bmith of N H ork vice doit Joseph I ctu h of Cincinnati secret iry of In Minn II of N J con In S L A hdge of ii d oiko pel of O nah i Ni i oit Has s lerte 1 tho plat o foi li il 1 ng nt xt Thn I inji I I dors to 1 William ar at 1 Inj thp municipal au s anil militai j Dm at once we it to tti K i tho inin in ers Hill he Tho North tho report that an increase in t le naval will bo made in connection Hie to buill tt L the No tti sea an 1 the Baltic rft Sopt S entered the Mil Ire 1 Oatman at M Wood land pai If and tl her destroyed or aw ly oil paintings and frames valued nt A Mis man's t from its valuable frame was found in n bain with the words Wo leave you thin face written across tho back w ith charcoal job printing to the office f Thus Said Mr Barnum After Visiting the Old Roman 10 MM VK U NLH Utk 10 lit In His All Ilia 11 is jt nl lv i I I ill is Niu HI S slept 1 il t i f inn ion au i Has vl 111 s n an 1 11 mill i it hi i i Mi 1 Inn man ate a ti al I ist ml thin i a of n 1 ill till n halite I m his i lorn and litl 1 1 is man led daughters Mis Ml n n k ol I 1 and C les 111 Inn in 1 Hill I 1 aul nt tl lu him I h lui land he sm k I i mii nnl mth Di mil Ins s i tl m that In nl the natural feeling if 111 s i m s the H is all an 1 he sat up the part of th lin K f p isom to pay ttiL ild Demount though most of them U sent up their them HOI e Hou IV H Burnett of J Barton K 5 t State C I 3 Iwin ot ex Senator of ex Lieutenant in r y F of nn J B Du Lancey Mar Hon Hilt hn s S hen 11 Governor I it n 11 N w J PX Senator Hausum Cai 1 Senator U II Mm tha nx Senator Barnum I he id re O Cook Similar M Butler of houth l J Ukei Deshler Welsh of Ohio Ht n Ii lull lilt us Nast and Mr an I Mi C of Mi Has one ot the to see hi n 11 H is it the ho el waiting at an ail h ui aul auxi ms and Ul at i until h mi from the Ol I hui ms all light ho said UTa f ILI 1 mot the foot oe the stalls iom Nast with Mi fur fu G teu minutes ami St 1 who had tailed to sympa in oil personal was at me u 1 stins Half a 1 i man anl ill 1 un 1 him bright and cheerful and le Koine the d ha 1 than anything 11 i In the noon Belmout called an 1 I to Mr an invitation inuL i ut thu ilit Mi Ihm man but upon the athi e of Hi gava it up later in thu with Mr and his sjn n the Ut 1110 n Chan men and the Newark committee that Mr man would speak there as au id Ho HI 1 to to this evening on tht IL al tiam which leaves Jeisey at d 0 iu Col private car The oar willb at Newark while Mr 1 hui man at the Bellevue avenue nuk it will be attached to a auti the leave for home foi his western Judge fhurman said day that he should sist on and a speech In New York Li of Ohio sp nt half au hour with him last night leav mg about and half au hour later tha old gentleman retired Mi Bookwalt i 1 here is no reason Mi Thurman should not speak to row night Ht is all l ight and a kably and well preserved man He waa ft ling i en bi ight to night aud smoked a as we talked iht only callers admitted last open m0 weio Col Bi ice and Mr Barnum I r Funeral hep final ments for tho funeral of Lester Wallack are being c om by Manager Palmer and Moss The sei vices will be held at the Chun hoi tho ation on Mon daj at 10 Jam Gen Laurie HAI S Sept 8 courts have Ueu member for Shel 111 the commons for bj his agents He Has tile Papers B il Sept 8 Rt Rev P Janssens has at Natchez the pontifical brief appointing him archbishop of Now Orleans CONDENSED NEWS The New York and Boston baseball clubs were given an ovation while passing through Buffalo on way west Manager has promised each of the New Yorks silk tiles if they win thro i out of the four games at Chi ago and he promised the same to of Bo tons and the accompanying vf the Bostons Lwu games at Chicago nephew of Edward Ev once principal of an academy at Pa is now a hostler at the Washington house Pa York baseball reporters and known actors p ayed a game of ball at the Polo grounds for the benefit of Carl the minstrel at Philadelphia The game netted nearly and private sub purse to A boiler at mill at Little FalLt wrecking the mill and killing two boys I otta has purchased the Grand Opera bouse at St Paul Tho lush Catholic Benevolent union has 1 to hy over unt 1 next year the sition to strike tho word from the of tho org Iron the absconding cashier of the Hills lale Savings bank of Detroit sailed for Europe on the Parisian on Wednesday undor tho name of Frank Abbott at Newton N J robbed of SI 300 in postage stamps and money Hai net B is dangerously ill home in Sag Harbor is no hope for recovery Hill of the Paul anil Manitoba railroad made his daugh ter a wedding present of a check foi The Washington ney is about to because public is not and has no attractions for him A shock of earthquake shook up City of Mexico Thursday night but did nt TO has the newest things in hits r Fll for Fall U IA perfect food for in fevers sick headache in and for Infanta I food in I lint 1 Inn 1 tin d saio tl o Dem t it i f 1 1 1 in In tin r n in n tj will n t snail hi n tin I nt tl i ti ik 1 1 it SUMMARY OF THE i I 15 11 1 mien t s I Lon tht of n i 1 in i i ei anl aiin 1 hei i n 1 in un 1 I I l m nori k i tl it I ii In h i I a bat kii in 1 thu 1 tt n i H f tt r i ing 01 L t Ii 1 1 tli M u Im i i i n nors i 1 i l h ni t Teenier in Hull il hit the il mant madi th nn u n ill s ii l s At India aj oils i I Ne Y irk HIK I I i apj N s jit Lir In 1 0 u J Shi ml ii k k I anl Brown At Lining C Ii 1 1 1 I l 1 H tin 1 I i j 0 u B stj 1 t 1 III I is I l 1 Mil l l 1 an Ik IK Hnl 1 l I i n inn of i un U isln ig n ta in sip nil on of rani st I uis gun in 1 on aci nut of i am At Bri 1 k s I Hits i I ill Brooklyn l 1 mil Clark in 1 nn I un Clu eland f uno on of 1 i I Hits 1 7 knn a L 1 I ill Hiv rd an 1 K I nism in nnd At Loud 5 Hits A 4 J Bitt nes o an Insl jw an i calls 1 at lid of inning n account of run At i at us Sj rat use 1 lOcliosto- 4 1 K i S l luster I Bishop aid Collision on the Koad Sept On the Umago ington and at 1 a Grange i through freight clashed into the rear of a v itching way freight wiecking cars and a one Rut ias vj ihi b lo le item Mo flagman anl the tin eight the was 1 in two Sll Crews Rescued In lln Heir SAN FRAVIS Stpt TU utter Bear rip Us the the barks M try and Susan I h nix and Fleet ing and the schooners Jane nay and Inn ear Point Pai i ow 1 hu Boar res tied the crews Jon knowu in M IIP it Dealers Minn s The gram and n mli use I admit ing wheat dam per lent by to glade as No 1 hard 1 Ins decision lins c a sinisation im thn dealers who g that it will hurt the sale 1 1 Minnesota w heat All Sept I he special says Iho Id trial has I ist to IK lose all the pi is mis being quitted retuinul to Thus th fam nis i iso that ations b U est an 1 kj Another I In CHIC MO Sept S A bomb s and an inch and n quai ter in diameter tid supposed to contain was in tho rear of the nt the cor u r of av and street nat It was to the central lation for Foreign silk Sept silk weavers II rn oil here on the strain r G and at Castle ardon They claim hat they were sout by on tho thei side who ari on a strike and who paid hen passage Then weio taken o Pel hips Ilo tjn a Substitute Tl one thing that invents If f om going to wai with ina li immediately It is his fear nf pesky guns Philadelphia Press of Scrofula Scrofula Is more thin any other disease It Insidious in and Itself In running sores r bolls swellings Joints sore eyes etc Hood expels all trace of scrofula from the blood leaving It pure enriched ind I wiS severely afflicted v ith scrofula and over a year had two running sores on my neck Took five bottles Hood's and cured C E Lowell Miss C A Arnold Arnold Me had scrofulous sores for seven years spring and fall Hood's alt by Impure blood It is readily cured by Hood s tho great blood William Spies O suffered greatly from erysipelas and salt rheum Caused by handling At times his hands would crack open bleed Ho tried various without aid finally took Hood's and now I am entirely well My son had salt rheum on lila hands and on the calves of his legs Ho took Hood's and Is entirely cured J B Mt Vernon Ohio Mood's Hospital NEW m W have been using Lactated Fool f r I in u tu of dyspepsia nit i of t r 11 and with children anil in all It h rt 1 admirably We would gladly ram ml Ii ni easily digested mid 11 cable to the patient I 8 M D House Surg in Now Asylum Ml N Y n v r I i in our IQ v IM r i VIM of 1 I ii ui I I rt Ilk hire i 11 11 ant t I hi taste It SP 1 i d il Ir n Ui have In our brand i it u n r I M ot Mt Hraneh The Palatable Nutritious and Digestible Food TUB AND MOOT FOOD ISO Meals for an Infant for prepared si I Ii pu t im Nutrition of Infants an 1 I n Ii K fn i on application WELIS RICHARDSON 4 CO EMPORIUM FAIL ALL THR COLORS Hate a Specialty BOYS and GIRLS LADIES RIDING CAPS Campaign caps all kinds H FAST STATE TRENTON N J EDUCATION i i v i i iJ W A l i FULLY APPRECIATED BY AN Nf PUBLIC enrolled dining thp ist ad jjl twice in this Nan Ames counted THIS GREAT SUCCESS gives PI t t n s tj superiority THE FACT 18 this school his a wide nil M i n me 111 this special line of work has brains energy and in t service and lers it to every student THE OF DUE in Bu king Mt and Institutions of this and other the superior worth of onr Academic and Short Hand IN your name School Begins Monday September 3 Tor Catalogue College Journal Specimens of Penmanship THOS J Box 627 Trenton N J E 10 and 12 8 GREEN 0 o 0 We have made a general and sweeping reduction ID the prices of our assortment of MEN'S BOYS AND N S JUNG We believe in doing business in a progressive manner Therefore it is our intention to make thinga lively m elegant establishment in spite oj the present dull season We are not after profits this time of the year we want to demonstrate to you how low real good Clothing can to sold We offer at present A Suit of Clothes at A Suit of Clothes at A Suit of Clothes at 500 Men's Summer Coats at 250 formerly 500 250 Cheviot Pantaloons at 50 formerly And so on onr entire splendid assortment of Men s Boys and Clothing A perfect fit and an artistically made garment guaranteed Clothing 9 SOUTH STREET ABOVE TUB GREENE M E AT THE No 28 WAST STATE Consisting of Fine Diamonds Gold and Silver Watched Clocks of every tion Opera Glasses Gold ami canes Rohd Silver and Plated Ware Gold and Eye Glasses L tw Fins Binds Gents Pins Seals and a articles too to mention fnr desire o Lui d up a largo trade by fair and honest Baling Our aim h to secure your trade by selling the best Men's and Children's at the lowest living prices We recommend nothing that we do not feel confident will wear to your entire satisfaction It is only by the fairest we can secure your confidence We are not seeking for big profits but for a large tradt on small profits and to give you a full dollar's worth of goods for every dollar you spend with us We desire to make the acquaintance of the people of Trenton and the surrounding country and to sell the best and most stylish Clothing in the city Our expenses are low and we can afford to sell low Being manufacturers of the best Clothing we are enabled to sell at lower prices than houses that have to buy of the wholesaler We carry the finest for dress also business and working We cany a stock of to suit all in style and prices Come and see ns at the American Clothing Company's No 3 State street Font Kichey Building comer State limit
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