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   The Daily Times (Newspaper) - July 9, 1881, New Brunswick, New Jersey                                NEW SATURDAY JULY PRICE THREE FWPF F P p p F r F P F F P PPPPP P P P P P P oooco O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O ooooo 8 B 8 8 B B88888 8 B B 8 B B B 88888 NH K N H N N H K N N N N N s N N NN ZEEEKJffi E B BHBBB i B B B B B B B B B B BRBBB K E K KKBEEK B K B B B B B B B B B B SSH8S 8 8 f P B 8 8 BS8888 8 B B B B B B BSHBB GBMF Silk 37 Church Now REDUCTIONS iN STRAW LISLE THBEA0 Ribbons and Millinery DURING THE MONTHS OF JULY AND n j HUTI il HI II 11 HUTIH I HKKB OOOOII R HO UII K KU H BBBR n iln R no i n KO oil B B OOOOII nleo u assortment oi Gents and Childrens Summer Underwear a full jVaeortmont of and Gents Hosiery JVow Yorlc 1rlooa coal cooking Hiovo or The rtluvtrt linve Iro Any bunur iuiy bu uucj iiti 10 of gaa jnr hu yo minuLcH are H The Gas Cooking Stove Eoablts hfiusfVuepcrB to do their Juring the warm mouihe at at eacpense thiiu by jiuy other kind of while at the same time the heavy coal fire of a etove or range in and the lionae is cooler and muru Ihi ovyn will be JViund perfect in its tillier for baking roiisliiig a tur key or ol fur genirul warming as I lit etovou will Heat nnd will do any work that may be rciiBonfitily cxpoeUfl of an ordinary in one to buMiciB to tho iitikpondiintly the and consumes from B to ut a coat uf Jroin 2 inI 12 cents per hour each llicnsnt for either tncnl which may ra BUSlMEtl T H Q RlE NW O 0 Opposite I Manning 4 Oysters and AND Olders promptly tUlivKreil in nny pert of RYUO SON bloru wr H K i K b V k i ft III rial from to 1 1 The priccn vary Irom tl to uiimbyr ol Stoves havo been in daily use in tbiw city have HiUinfataorily purforincd Alt that is Tiie fsttttk JLitxl Cas wince tho Summer of and elaimwl lor A variuty of Hun JOial Xietort Oae Cooking Sloven can buHuiii tho oil ice of the aas and will be furninhcd at about their Tlie o Hotting tlitm up will bo made free of charging only lor the ninteiial required to wet iuy2iim QJIN N Hoporlnt on ESTABLISHED NEW CAFE NEW 51 CHURCH FORMERLY Ladies1 and Bents Refreshment Rooms 37 Church Fans ol all from 8c Sntamer Shawls for from 60e Beit assortment ol all klndi end qualities of from 20c dozen and Ladles Portmonalei and Shawl Paper and Linen Collars for Also regular assortment ot Cents Famishing j Best men t of Notions in the at 1 37 Church STRAWBERRY ICE WATER ICES OF 1LI A FULL LIKE OF WHITWIAN B ATTENTJON GIVEN TO WEDDINGS AND Ice Creafi at Wholesale anfl Retail VOORHEES VAN Jewelers and HAVE A JfULL LINE Or NEW AND RECANT GOODS tlie Fine Gold and Silver Rich ELG1NWATCHES Imported and American Sterling Si lyei ware and SilyerPlated LiBOEST STOCK SPECTACLES and EYECLASSES TO BE JTOUND ANrWIIEKE IN THE Gold Pencils and Conversation Tubes for tUo Hair Jewelry Hade to Diamonds a knl OHUONOMETttUa Carofnllv Itppilrccl ftnil KjJilltM to ould and pa CLUUKH JKUKLRV U tnJ KUml VINE WATOHKB knl OHUONOMETttUa C JEWELER 31 Church OItEUB GBEAT BAUQA1HS IH Jewelry Neck Sterling Sil Bilver Plated Spectacles PAHSONS 15 CHURCH Are pleased to state to their many friends that they were neve so well prepared to fit and suit them as SERGE and KID TOP FRENCH and CUEACOAKID FEENCH HEEL and SPANISH ARCH COMMON SENSE and SOLID Broad Sole and suitable for it walking SUMMIT and WAGNER OPERA TOE and MENS BUTTON LACK with French and English Toe thi new Toulhpick All iYom or tlieisost Xloxiutallonfor Goo RIM MM A NN N H IT Nit H OOH M M M M AA N K N K H H II N N N Q U M M M M A A N H N N H M U MMMMAANNNNHNIINNNQ K1MMMAAAN NNN HnllHNHOGa MMMMA AN N N M H It UA AN NNN aoa 8i5 88B8 OOO H A LAitGE STOCK AT REDUCED PRICES Every description of Dining Bed room and Kitchen Furniture in ALL COLORS and DESIGNS wellselected and extensive stock of Walnut and As and Painted Bedroom Parlor Furniture of our own Manufacture IN Tire LATEST 226 BURNET WiiiANlKD AS lit all Its bran oli on promptly Attended to and JIWELHY M4IJE TO At the Old o 17 PEACE Summer Summer CHURCH THE TIMKB FEINTING Commerce New N K W A 11II D N 8 W 1 O K I N EX AM CLOTHING MEROHANT TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT At 23 PEACE ThlftlH thnplaca to net your HKADVMADH weU mado nn4 at tbo IX W Mens and Boys Clothing Of ALL KINDS CUSTOM INVICQRATOR Dnly Vegetatfc Compound tliat acts directly upon the and cures Liver Jaun Cos Itassists di strengthens tlie regulatesthe purifies the A Book sent 162 L FOR BALE BY ALL ibe moat to and our Hift very iUrC No one OKU Would call imttlonlarattentlou to tho CLOTHIHO MAHE TO OUDKH fnun a HANDHOME niiJ A9SOBTWD flTOOIt of OiBHIMKHE In MOHT FAH1I1O NAULIi WKLL MADK and Ho troul a a iwly lX1 ndjolnlng Bchnelderl Jowolrj NEW TliD IB tbo Topnlai Edition of t Revised NewTestament IT SELLS THE FASTEST fit OatiibrltlH net for llnofor PBUO ltd Bcatirnoy in nimnutoed by three rcllfcbte bed 1 utli thli Oroftt lioyleloii We lake hi certifying to Sing It IB every let IHd izod liythefolloi UocHiiie Itooiilst pkotohci Of lliB AiLlnnnl i Notice IhetoHiluiouy of loading In Una UindlL0 Jolm iiioiitl IOIUT riomUtlio ill ill j ooitour witu Vt I beHoro U to tie perfect UUmnurvol of American PrlmM Without red cdg mallid on of vrUu wliure wo Iia4a QQ Vflnlt IIV feliviwipk IfflftlKBI lad AGENTS WANTED ftltimTTj mahlnH tri ffll pur mlllioni want OlUflt No til to AdOroii IfUUUAUl fVaUheilnal other eilliioiia oonuin Important tllitorjr Orott UBiUlon limtt Uigf workdu And OAh dllll1 IUOMITLV AUOUT OOPIMS PEll JolO4w I We Mean Cure I id Can JProvo What we i TTO MUSIC 33 AlTLmiiy ianos and Organs for and To lMioft and GryntiH Tunftil anil Mutical and struction Hook B ly JACOB ish and Oyster polltoOlty Hay Sgal one door bolow f MADIUOE BH UAV UVUTEUU oousiautly on t lj OjatcrBOpoiifld any partof the city free uf d delivere ttul 6ly Mechanical Office Ilootu Hftil oriat nuoL ao Bouquet fap SASDfORD ASD DKLKYAS ore George and Albany streeti 1EW M KUMMKH STYLES KYNOLDS CUNNINGHAM KlAiflNH OCR ufta lor IfKoiif Hiilla tor In Itie most fnhlonabJe The Custom Departmem 18 ALWAYS JARRARD GOS Cigar Manufactory OUTLET Jurnet Now J Wo arc uow niaiiHf jointing sud liftiiil lor ealo 3IGA11S OF EVERY SIZE AND FROM CLEAR SEED TO TURK HAVANA ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED Bmokera sud oro luvltoil to oiamineij JARRARD CO PARASOLS n fine con BiTINAB and Also Japanese UMBRELLAS In great Just ft fluo Mat VALISliS ami SAIOil LADIES aENTd1 UUBBElt CIUCDLAUH and IlirntiolH and Umbrellas ro 7 CHURCH Dye works IS DENNIS low proparci to ilo tvlng piirchsaedj tho lutei ii tho Novelty Dyo WorkH it tho flhortoiU n BORBEH T ii RAIUTAN IronFoundry WATER Ilotwoen BoiiLQfBot and IB now to txoeuto any onlora uhlnerj or miscellaneous Iran testing At tbft or the office ol Frolt of to any i CARTERS LITTLE LIVEfPILLS pation and promote relieve dlsirtss from too hearty correct Disorders uf tli licgulato tlio They dcj Rn this ty taking Juat onu Ut tie pill at a They nro purely do not dr iro as ncnrlf na 1L h jjOnMLIefGrn oreent by CARTCR MEDICINE NEW BAKERY CONFECTIONERY 47 Church Recep tions and Evening Parties UKNiSIIKU WITH BEQOIHITK 4 SUOUTCiiT Fancy Creams aisd Ices UBEES ATTENDED TO IN CITY OS as mi mi Oil AND ilKLIAULE HII fiBST ASSORTMENT OF fSUL PAM1LY OnOOBRIBB IN HBW Jaot riicelved HUB lot ot THE BEST TEAS for the money in Extra Choice A of FRESH CANNED of DRIEtT yTail lo Miy pnrlortha olty fret ranirs apBOlv China and Japan EnaflparteraatlOJBonietStreel TJMDKR GnEKIlH Stoelzel Krcii on llHid fnlljlm of Btftiiilaril GROCERIESr which wo arc offering to Ibe publlo at tltn VERff LOWEST casU Tho very lwit Sugars aud Spices BIB ID be lia 1 It Ilila homo l FUilli RIH FltUtJli anywhere Alfo K nclcctllDOOf tlio bent Not bat gon la way they carve it upon the tombitoifci at Dead The difttirenee between a Lover and a husband is thnt the ormerie a treas ure and the latter is a Have you read the now version Boxtoti Have you read tho old Tins who would net live aU wray nhouM go to Russia and be a Uzar ho would have his desire It dofiH seem that unmarried ladies in the tthatly side of thirty ought to feel comfortable on warm but u to one they An actor will tell you it doesot hurt to let youretili fall on the but ii you try it you will getupdequ ly imprcMed with tho belief that the actor IB a Try Andtr said his with ing I saw you com ing out of a saloon this my replied tbe heartless ls you wouldnt haw your husband staying in a saloon all would you ylie 1 had wucli a horrid dream last you think it waB fr He Dont ny Im She I dreamt that you going to akc QIC to the boat race1 this lust fancy A rubberheaded has been n vented by a misguided The Albany Evening Journal remarks hat everybody who has sat dewiiiu oaco and risen in wrath knows that he head of a tack ia not tho end which needs improvement with a rub ier Cruelty o The proprietor of an oyster lays tlm Pawluckefc man oi the Provi dence was astounded daring the hint rain by the entrance into his iHtabliBhinent oi a resolute lit tle who was lugging and tag ging at a threebushel basket filled lieauingfull of long Ho sat iho basket at the proprietor with a shook his fists and shouted This must never happen sir I What demanded thb bewildered these clams have stood out for more than a hallhour in the drench ing rain 1 held an umbrella over their until I could stand it no Look at heads and ladies among them at wearing lownecked dreeseH Have you the 6rst instincts ot a gentleman about you Put your ear down to tho and Imteu to the wild wail of matchless sorrow that proceeds there Ironi t heir inconsolable clamor lor ii I may be pardoned the appar ent jocoseness oi the But it dont hurt clams to ba out the argued the I declare it does I said the fiery I know the nature of a Birl am conscious that there arc chords n their malelp that vibrate exquis tely to violent I know tha ecret sorrow1 of a saith tho poet That means clams culling or help from the mighty Glams Their aliairs got t a low and then clam bank clam bank goes and there is othing left for tho clams to do but to titter away their Ah poor thingtt J mingle my tears nth Both of us have grit ut fate is too hard upon I shall low resume my station across the and watch that your needless nflictiouupou claras be uot The proprietor stood aghast for ft and then entered into asol rnn promiao that he would hereafter leal with all future coming clams in a lumano and with a conaciun lioua regard lor their comfort aud ThiHfltory does not any help in telling its The experience of gentleman referred to has a large number of parallels I think I may be excused for a lit Jo show of pride in Haying that I knew when to quit WaH an an elevated train carried them So you used to eh1 1 Yes i was on tho street for seven Made your i made and lost money the same BB the At one time I could that isnt so bad lor a man who vent nto Wall street with only in his And yon knew when to quit Ye8r And that was That was when I bad enough left to pay my faro to Klmira and hire 11 buy Lo carry ray satchel to my father inlaws was tho Wo Imvo alao constantly In atoro ft largo aisortraeiil of Orockery which we givo pijrohiaer of TeanuJ We invite thn ptibllo to gLvo ui cull flikmtnn our itonk boloro Itig Uuroonntry oordlnlly la vlloii la give a Ktif bTOETZEL BEO B   

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