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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1889, Trenton, New Jersey                                -T-i- in I I I I' I I J ST.... By Cai.len, xt Cinti a Week. YOU VII. NO. 19 16. THE SHOULD D8K i i i TO M II BUYING TKKNTON, TUK8DAY JANUARY 15. 1889. TWO OKNTS HARRISON IS PRESIDENT. Flectoral Oolleges Cast Formal Vote. the HABRISON. 283; CLfcVFLAND, 168. Bcenei ami Ii   iitu In the Varloul Col- lively Time In New and Where the Act Will Be Played The electoral colleges of tha various states metyestwlay and foimally cast their bal lote, the rcsu ts of which are summarized in the follow ing table DEMOCRATIC STATES wus nos< n m ssengef to carry the returns ot tin v tu to SAILM Jau 1 1 he presidential electors of Uitgjn met in the governor's office cast tl e r for Harrison andTSTorton. L U r niton of Astoria, was chosen moo HARRISON MAY TALK NOW But Will He? Is the Interest- ing Question My Hack! REPI RU AN STATES Cahform i Colora lu Illlu u India Io K Maiue MaswiLh isHH Michi an illnms ta Nebraska a New Hampshire New Ohio Oregon Pennsihama Rhode Island Veimiml Wisconsin 8 Alabama a CODDCetieut 15 Delaware 18 Fl rida Georgia b Kentucky 14 Lotilt.1 ma 18 Mar} land 5 Missouri Vorth Carolina. uth Carolina unehSee Texas Virginia. West la 11 for Cleveland and TZiui iriau 109 For Harrison and JHorton WASIUNOTOV Jan 15-In the senate Jlr Hoar introduced a concurrent resolution for the counting of the votes for pres deut and vice president which was referred to the committee on privileges and It provides that thu two houses of iholl assemble in the hall of the house of re- presentatives on Wednesday, Feb 18 next, at 1 o clock 111 the afternoon, that the presl dent of the senate shall be the presiding officer, that two persons be appointed tollers on tho part of the senate and two on the part of the house to make a list of the votes and to rep it thu result to the presi- dent of the senate who is to announce the Btate of the vote aud the persons that thit shall be deem 1 a declaration Of the pcrfcous elected resident and vice president if the United States and shall be entered on the journals of the two houses. AI BANT, Jan electoral college met in tho an I Willmm H Seward as president of the college Mr Seward headed the Republican ticket but polled the smallest number o( votes. The ceremony of preparing and depositing ballots occupied an h( ur before the city was notified ttiatNew "iuika thirty-six votes bu6u oast for Harrison and Morton by the boom ing of the old cannon Thurlow which also fired the when William Hemy HamMU was elected president The electors then designated Jamei S T Strana- han, the otlier eli ctor at laige who received the second lowest number of votes, to cariy the returns to Washington INDIANAPOLIS, Jan 15 electoral col lege of Indiana met in the ball of the new house of repi essntatives. The flooi and gal lenes were packed with spectators. After the ballot the announcouientr that Harrison and Morton received the fifteen votes of Indiana was received with hearty applause. It was decided by lot that William L. Pen- field of the Twelfth district, would bear the official vote to Washington. The electors visited Qua Harrison in the afternoon. MADISON, Jan 15 electoral college met at the executive office and cast eleven ballots for Harrison and, Morton John Fm- ney, of Wauhaca was chosen mnssenger Liiu if ROCK, Jan 15 seven electors of this state met in tho govei nor s ofllce, cast tbrfr votes for Cievfland and Thurman, and elected John M Hai roll of Hot hprmgs, as messenger JACKSON Jan 15 presidential elect- ors met and cast tiie vote of Mississippi for Ctoelaidand Thin man W A. Henry, of The Hural 1 was named as messenger to eai i y the ote to afchington. JEFJERSIN t_m Jan electoral college of M s 01111 met m tlie office of. the secretary cf stnte an 1 cho e John T Will- lams of Mil n its charman The list was thin called an 1 the bi-Ueun votes of the col- lege weie iast for Grover Cleveland and Allen U Thurman Joseph L. of Webutei county, was elected messenger DBS MOINES Jan 15 the electoral col'eg at the capitol a number of distinnuKlie 1 lovians were present as specta- among them the state officers, Father t F Clni s n and Chairman Beardsley Ibotlirten votes formally cist for Haiiisjn un I M 01 ton After a recess the matt i f h  I ng of electors. ea h ui j i n read ho anm an 1 said "4 cost nij vote fri rvraidntof the United r-latfs for bei'ajim Harrison, of Indiana at tne MI e tine depositing In a 111 lot box held out to him r. conimittea, a typewritten ballot. By the foruialkv fourteun for Lev! f Morton Tor vice president Joooph W Hill was selected to cany-the vote to Washington COLCMBOS Jan electors com- prising the Ohio electoral college met here at tbe governor's office and Ohio's twenty three rotes for Harrison and Morton Hun. Toland Jojies, of the Eighth district, wai elected mpUMUgcr to carry the official to Washington, and Hon J P act as messenger and present the returns to the district United States judge The elect- ors a 1 left for Indianapolis to call on the CON un, Jaa 15 electoral college met at the Btate house and their votos for tiro Republican ticket Frolenck A Robinson, of Littletowu, w" chos n messenger AtGUSTA, Jan Electoral of Main; met here and cast Ijhe vote of state for H rnson and Jtiirtoii Samuel W Campboll was c hoseu meosonger HAPRISBURO, Jan 15-Ihe electoral eol- legis n_et here and cast thirty votes for H.K. Hnd Morton. Mr Newmyer, of Fayette, appointed messenger to convey the i L turns to Washington HARIKOPD, Jan 15 -Tho Electoral college of Cotinw t cut mot at the capital at noon. ThiHon A E Burr was electel chain.mn and P J Dwjcr was appointed Thesbt bahote of the college were cart for Grover Clevelai d for president and Allen 0. Thurman for vice president Charles L. _ of Middletown. obeson m eenger to Washington AUSTIN Jan Democratic collego met here with "H and quietly cast the vote H D ItAihuoii, Of Tulano, Bell county, irai etotod I-IIANKFORT Jan. The electoral col lege if Kentucky met hi the court room ol the court of appeals in thin city and tli ir thirteen votes for Grover Cleveland for piesilent aud Alleu O Thurmiin for vice pi esi lent. DtNVEK Jan. The presidential elect- i of Colorado cast their votei, for Harrison an 1 M >i ton. Jan The presidential e ectjrs- ot t lorida their votes for Cleve- Itui 1 and 1 uurumu. Jan 15 electoral college m t here and cast the vote cf the state tor Harrison and Morton. M 16 electoral college com tued at noon yesterday and Wisconsin i elevt n votes wer for Benjamin Harri son aud Levi F Morton, Oeu Fairehild declined to go to Washington as messenger IDLSCK Jan 15 The electoral col lege ni t at Bi istol and elected D Russell lirown as chairman vote of thj state was rant in dueforiu for Harrison and Mor ton Christopher Rhodes was chosen mes s ngcr AXNAPOLIS, Jan 15 The electoral col lege of Maryland met here and cast ite eight vuus for Cleveland and Thurman for lei t mid vice president of the United An VNTA, Jan 15 Ihe twelve electors last tlicir ballots for Cleveland for president ai d 1 hurman for vice president Col. B Hi bertti of Sparta, was selected as the messenger ru Jan. 15 The electoral col kei t r the state of Kentucky met in the cap t )1 building, the entire number being present Ihe thirteen votes were counted loi C eveland and Thurman, and John R. Collier was elected messenger Jan. 15 C F Johnson, Hubert Hill and W 1 Records met here c-tt-4 their votes for Cleveland and Thurman, anil a[ pointed Samuel Bacon, of BATON ROUGE, Jan 15 Louisiana el ct 01 al college met in the governor's par lors The electors cast their ballots for Cerelandand Thui" an A E O'Snlllvan, ol La fcourehe, will carry the vote to Wash mg on NASHVILITC, Jan 15. The presidential t i uirs. met in the guvtuuors office with illicit S Marks as chairman Aftei casting tho state s votes for Cleveland and Thurman ba loti ig tor messenger began On the third ballot Dr H M Hearn, M o, ot C aunon county, was xlocted. COLUMBIA, Jan. 15 state electoral college assembled here and cast its votes toi C eveland and Thurman J J Lucas of Dai lington was chosen messenger CHAKI I'STON, Jau The Democratic pi esi lential electors met, cast est Virginia's six electoral votes for Cleveland and Ihur niaii aud appointed L. L. Newman mfwen gi r to bear the vote to Washuigton. RICHMOND, Jpn The electoral col- lege ot Virginia mat and cast the vote of the state foi Cleveland andThucnan Car- ter Gla-ss, of Lynchburg, was appointed mes- HoMPELTim, Jaa electoral col- lege ot V ermont met here and rant the vote of the state lor Harrison and Morton. H C Wilson was chosen messenger MONTGOMERY, Jan presidential electors met at the state house hare and forma ly cast the ten of tbe state for Cleveland and Thurman for and vice piesirlent Ed Meredith, of Greene eountj was elected mawonger Mitchell Blatant as Ever NEW YORK, Jan 15 Mitchflll and TTilrain had a conference with Ricl aid TT Fox The result of the conference was not made puhhc, Kilrain received a, dispatch from Boston say- ing that his mother was dying He left for Baltimore with the intention of talcing hia wire to his mother's bedside. No effort was ma le to appoint a referee or to deposit the final in his mutch- with John L. Sulli- van Mitchell is loud in his denunciation ot his treatment by the press. He absolutely reluscs to meet Dempsey in the ring with the big fellows at New Orleans, and alludes to Uempsey m the Hirst contemptuous Mitchell w ill sail for Eng and in the Britanmq ou Wedn silay neit He will return in week" ti ne to train Kilram Mitchell U positive that Snllivcn will never meet lain in the img Smallpox Scare at Sjrucuie SYRACUSE, N Y, Jan Dean a convict, died at the penitentiary from smallpox, and his death practically mai us the end of the plague In city, llieie are still patients at the pest house, but tney are in a convalescent state, and will pro! ably be in a condition to discharge by the end of the weak At the penitential y there is not now a even of jupecteu smallpox, but the quarantine placed on the institution a couple of weeks ago will, as a precautionary nwmre, be maintained for a fortnight longer There wu nearly 100 at the prison whose jrms ha expired, but none of will be 1 berated until after the raising of quarantine A Father's BKAVKB, Pa., Jan William a farmer near 0, shot Dick Ftuivtt, a wall t-ionii rural politician, of bouth Beaver A or more ago Perrott betrayed rtanghtsi-, and it uae trouble 1 Brer that Perrctt did not right the wrong Meeting Perrott with a rule, he fired at him wound is not ooriona. Grant Monnment NKW 15 w LeiJrnn, Renwick, Professor vVilllftm Ware, George B Post, Proffwnr 8 Wolff "lid James E. Ware have boon selected by executive coinmittoo of the Mo aR4ociation as a boanl of U to award prizes for the five boot for a monu- ment submitted to the aooclatioa Snlolde of a gohuol Teacher. i ti, Ills., Jaa a hlgbly respectable young lady, in a public school here, committed suicide by drowning In Black river Her body found. She was the daughter of R. Walker, a uier writer. inianity to HE STILL HAS MANY CALLERS. Rival New York Delegation! Meet at nil Home He Sew Hovey Inaugurated. A Humor That Will Intereit Depew InuiANAPOLis Jan 15 A. P and Private Ira J Chase were duly Inaugur- ated govern u and lieutenant govwilOT respectively Fi esi Harrison was Interested spectator at the inaugural ceremonies, with Mrs. Harriaon attended the Inguration ball The latter was a brilliant cial event and nut enjoyed by thou- sands of society people from thia other It Is believed here that the various electoral collegia having met and formally elected n Harrison president, he will now be more free r to act and speak ai V O rach- AS a life- A. P HOVBY iong lawyer and .Inct consli uctlonist of legal forms he not regarded hi n self as president until Bnally chosen by theekctors Thatbeing done, it is thought he will vety soon per-.nt the country to know his cabinet Meanwhile he is not i He Mr John F Plummer of New York, just been here on the invitation of the dont elect, and Mr Arthur B Bateman, of New York, accidentally dropped in at the same time Both of these gentlemen are well known m New York as not alto- gether unfriendly to W arner 'Sillier M' Flunimer saj s he didn't tome for anything, find Bateman says he tnme to help Plnmmer. They had a pleasant iffteiview with Gen. Harrison in which they gave free eiproo sion of their preference for Mr Miller An- other party of New Yorkers came in the in- terest of Mr Platt This delegation con- sstad of btate Senator Arkpll J A SUeicher, of Albany, W J Aikell of New York, and Gillam the cancatui ist on Judge. 1 Bey had an interview with Gtu Harrison, and talked up their man in regulation style. Ex Congressman John S. ise insisted np to the moment of his ing here that hii visit was purely accidental but it is known that he uttered some premeditated remarks concerning the appointment ot Mahone to a cabinet position. Col Walter Evans, of Kentucky, formerly commissioner of inter- nal revenue has been invited h re by Gen, Harrison presumably to confer m regard to Kentucky patronage Among other visitors were B D of Republican City, J W Dolan, of fndianola, and G L Taw of Lincoln, Neb They are the foi (.runners of a delegation from that state, VI j nuiug Dakota, Kanwvr Bud Colo- rado to G-en. Harrison to select a west- ern man for the interior department. He n ill be asked to choose one who has liberal views regarding homestead settlers. That poor back 13 held responsible for more than its share of the sufferings of mankind If your dog bites a nvn who kicks it, do you blame the dog On Ihe same principle the kidneys utter their protest resulting constipation These force them system of the poisons which are the blood Then the sufferer says the eased Not but they will Ihe blood punned, and the constipation af kidney troubles, and Fame s Celery against nervousness, impure blood, and to do extraordinary work in nddmg the result of effete matter retimed in the back achcst- the kidncyo are dis- be unless the nerves are strengthened, removed These are the causes Compound removes them quickly With Its tonic, punfymg, and rfect, it strengthens the weak kidneys, making it infallible in Curing all diseases of the nerves and kid- neys If your hopes of cure have not been realized, Uy Fame's Celery Com pound, it gives peifeet health to all who complain of poor backs Pfue fl 00. Soi n BY DRUGGISTS SBND HJR ITISSTRA.TEP PAPtR. WKT.T.S, KlCIIAfcnSON CO., Froprietors, BURLINGTON, VERMONT. NEW YORK LEGISLATURE Fraternal Greeting from Iriih n P'f. Many Bllll Introduced. A THA NY, Jan Governor Jones presented the following commumca tion in the senate and on motion of betiator Murphy it n as ordered to be printed m the records HOUBK OP Cosnio> 8 I LONDON July 22 i-st f have the honor to inform you that at t meeting of the Irish parliamentary partj held on June Mr Parnell presiding the following resolution unanimously passed and as secre- taries df that party we beg to request tl at you will be good enough to commumcale the sanie to the legislature of the state of y rk We have the honor to be, sir your obedi nt s rvauts 0 C NNOR, M P DON-IL AV M P HENRY CAMIBKU, To the President of the Senate of the bl of New York The resolution is as follows That we desire to convey to thp 1 latureof the state of New York the VTpi i i of our appreciation of and indebtedness for Ji u public iud i-benient of the caiuse of th In h people by the i eception aceorded our repi t .ula. live, Sir Thomas Esmoude and that so 1  upon the good will of the legislature of Yoi k in our struggle to regain them number were introduced in eluding one to compel the marnmg of pack- ages adulterated or imitation' where such IB the fact, appropriating 000 for anninial aohool at Jamaica, Queens county, fcllowtpg towns and villages to contrar-t with water works companies. In opening the sewion of the assembly with prayer Oaplarn Farrar prayed that the members be guided from above and that the influences of lobbyists m t not prevail Messrs. Saiton Curtis, Ainaworth Batch- eller, Moffltt, Mead, Martin, Longley and Creamer were appointed as the house com- mittee on memorial services for Gen. Sheri- dan A large nnmber of bills of lonal interest were introduced otn. Gould's Funeral. Hiw TOKK, Jan. 15 funeral o Gould takes place to-morrow momlug at B SO from the house 679 Fifth avenue, J. R. Parton, of the West Presbyterian church, will officiate assisted by Rev Dr Tei i v, of the Dutch Reformed church. Tin .v. v will be very simple, aud those of the Episcopal church. A few liyn ii" wdl be s ing by tho let of Dr PaTton's church. There will Jbe no eulogy p-U bemoio, Di Ten; vrlllieadtut committal service. The Intel uient at Wood- will place later at the convenience of the family. OF 1KENTON An ordinance to lay out open exten siuu of Tyler from Uudwn itrMt to Chestnut avenae The Inhabitants of the city of Trenton do ordaiu Section 1 That a street, afjy fcot wide, to be called Tyler street, be Uid got and opened bet wen Hudson street Chntnut avenue, beginning eMterlj of Hudspn olieot, at hue fifty fa t In length, between a point distant four hundred feet soul herly from the southerly side of avenue and a point four hunzted and. fifty feet south erly from xaid avenue, and extending thence eastward ly, in the ahprtest moet direct course between parallel lines, the same width (fifty from Hndton street to Chestnut avenue bee 2 That the lands required for sajd Tyler street are hereby Uken approprl attd for that Passed Common Council v 4th, 1889 F C OVFHTON, Attest President pro tem. C OWEUB, City Clerk Approved JantuiJ 10th, It 89. FRANK A Mayor [Adv'g fee, j 1 11 5t '1 he Real 1 Safe Deposit, Trust AND PHILADELPHIA AND READING. in Jan electoral here, Hoa A M aominafairl Glover Cleveland for piwidunt, revived eleven votos and wai declared .got tba college. ,8, J. Allen 0 Tbu. t  uor tl. jt hut arrived at JJfai wn Cilj 09 a The 1m) with hoavj r-fn was or show, the In anrter taw. Monef HlKln P for the Hancock il-rted (t In bint, not since baon frv- DcteutlT WHAT DOES MR DEPEW 8AYt A Political Rumor from Baltimore of Great Importance to Him BAITIMOBK, Jan is some quiet talk going on between a select few to the effect that Mr Samuel Spencer ex president of the Baltimore and Ohio road, will in a fow months bo plaood in a position in eveiy way equal to the one he vacated last month, m short, that he is to be president of the New York Central Railroad company This will come about through the ment by President-elect Harrison of Mr Chauncey M Depew to a cabinet or to some important miMion abroad, which would make the position of president of the New York Central vacant Mr. Spencer has the bactmg of all the big banking con corns which helped the Baltimore and Ohio out of its recent financial difficulties, and it is fcnown that the Vanderbilts have a very high opinion of Mr- Spancer The relations between Mwi-g. Depew and Spencer aie of the wai uest character, and when the lattei quit the service of Baltimore and Ohio Mr Depew eiprftswxi the opinion that Mr Spencer was one of the gieatest laJroad men ot the age. His I Ife Hangi on Her word BlBMINQHiM, Ala., Jon Pratt Mines, near here, Saturday, an unknown negro outraged Mrs. in a lonely Spot near the minee, and killed her little boy, who was with her. Since then the white population of thu region baa boon in a state of great excitement, and parties have boon searching for the u imlnal Many negroes arrested on suspicion hare boon taken be- fore Mrs. Kellnm, but nntil yesterday Has answered in every "not the man." Yesterday, when one wai bl ought in, she cried out in honor, "Take him away; he ts the man" On partially recovering her calmness, however, she some un- certainty, and at her requml the lynching was postponed, when she nil! loon at the man, and if she fully Identifies htm as the guilty one hia fate la oAalod. Mean. the excitanumt and the con- tinue MaMaofidtetu Candkratei BOSTON, Jan Republicans and the of the state legislature held caitcujos to nominate a United States senator The Republicans renominated Senator Hoar unanimously by acclamation. The Democrats took two ballots, the second resulting m Oen Collins' nomination, which was made uuammotise New Bank (or Bethlehem WASHINGTON, Jan- comptroller ot the currency authorlied the Flint Bank of Bethlehem, Pa, to commence bnri- with a capital of CONDENSED NEWS. Cotterill, the prudent of the Eleulrlo Sugar company, has "gain fruUi Hpw York, and it is rumored he ha> gone to Canada. Mrs. Friend Howard are at Windsor, William opened the landtag with and made a spoeoh, ia which   minion, in their annual report, declare thepruuoi vatlon of what ii left of the forest dependu upon the ouuiplete stop. puje of railway bniHlng In region. say that railroad" an not needed for commercial -purpe4A% and that the forest la to u a i t for invalids, as a vator of water suyyly and at a niodt of ollmate, to nothing of it> value u of recreation, the state if amply junHfled in prohibiting further ment of it by The the polu y of the pant In disposing of (or practically no consideration. They ad- vige an annual appropriation for baying back some of the most important thus sq.ianderel. They urge that the bounty for the culture of truoo be extended to cover foi ust trooa. Bold, bnt -faL BfiKA, N T Jan. 15 C. N Cnnnhlg- htra, "gent in thit city of the Mutual Life company, p.- -jintec! a foi Kad or New York draft to the Farmers and 18, Care for the Children Children feel the debility of the changing seasons, even more than adults, and they lie- come cross, peevish, and uncontrollable The blood should beeleansed and the system Invigorated by the use of Hood's Sarsaparilla, Spring my two chflaren were vacci- nated Soon they broke all out with run, nlng sores, so dreadful I thought I should lose them. Hood s Sarsaparilla cured them com- pletely; and they have been healthy ever aince I do feel that Hood's Sarsaparilla saved my children to me" 0. L. THOMPSON, west Warren, Mass Purify the'Mood Hood's BaTOtparina It i-haracterizec bT three peculiarities 1st, the comMnotion 01 remedial agents; M.thepropo.Hon, 3d the procew of scouring tfie active medic to 0 qualities. strength, effecting cores hitherto unknown. Send for book containing additional eviuence. "Hood's Sarsaparilli tones up my system. purifies my blood, sharpens my appetite and seems to mike me over J P THOMPSOU Eeglster of Deeds, Lowell, Mass. "Hood's Sirslpirilla all others, 11 is worth Its ureightineoid "I 130 Bant Street, New iforkOty. Hood's ttarsaparilla Sold by druggists six for Man o ly by 0.1. HOOD St CO, Lowell, Maw 1OO Doses One Dollar. THIS GKEAT SUCCESS gives special nmphasia to oar claims to superiority THE FACT 18, this school has a wide and sncceaaful experience in this special line of educational work, has brains, energy and "kill, bfllleves in conscientious service and len- ders it to every student THE SUCCESS OF DUB GRADUATES in the leading Banking, Mercantile and Mm- ufacturmg Institutions of this and other cities demonstrates the superior worth of om THRFE DISTINO'l DEPARTMENTS Commercial, Academic and Short Hind, THOROUGH INSTRUCTION GUARANTEED IN EACH Enroll your name immediately School Term Begins Monday, September 3. For Catalogue College Journal, Specimens of Penmunnhip, aAdriw! i'HQS J. STBwATVF, Box 627, Trenton, N. J. COLLTCGrE ROOMS, 10 and 12 8. GRTCEZSifi ST. I he I ruilo or Honest Advcrlioing. Remember, oar Great Bargain Sale of Clothing has brought thousands of ens omtn to oar store, and all go away well plwued Ton never saw first-class CLOTHING FOB MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S WEA.R sold so low. We are going tomers in this Great Bargain Sale STORM OVERCOATS, worth for 913. STORM COATS, worth and for and DKE83 OVERCOAW, worth f 13, and for OUR G BE A F LEADER, the Overcoat. Remem- ber, we must sell worth of Clothing by January 15th, and yon can reap the benefit of this Great Sale a gain to yon, a loss to ns, bnt it must be done Oar Great Bargain m Panto, from np to OUR GREAT LEADFRS, DRESS SUITS ONLY See oar big advertisement in Monday's and Friday's TIMKS Come and thi Great BaraamH we have for yon, at tbe AMERICAN CLOTHING Co. j State Street, i door I last of Warren. "IT CLOTfHNG MADE TO OnnEfi. The New Singer Automatic, (Mi gle Tbe New Singer vibrator. The New Singer OaciHptor. LO ON EAST MOSI'HIT THE Singer Manufac. Co., No. 107 K. STAIE IKKflTOF, H. I GENUINE BARGAINS llth, 1889 We have just opened the largest and finest stock of the latest designs In Embrold FOB 1880. in1 VON Select yonr Goods from a Fnll Stock, go to Tl 'I T.AHOB DOUBLE BI'ORB, I' I' O m 125 Nortr, Greene Street. Almost everything sold ont before the New Tear, and now we have New Goods arriv- ing daily. HAMBURG EDGINGS, TORCHON LAUL9, COTiON TRTMMINQ8, ONY WOOL, OERMANTOWN WOOL (the boat ZEPHYE8 AND KNITT1HQ yAENS, HOSIERY, GLOVES AND UNDFRWEAE wll at your owu price Any old stock we have on hand AGRliATCLIiARINCSALIi has increased her ai my by to men. Surah Bernhardt has broken her to play in R >me, Admiral Kimherly hu orde.-J ttpractxxltn the stumer Trenton to, Stan S American interests there. It ip edited tiie Vandalla, Mohican and will ioon be ordered to .'ollow The line of of every de of Pirtgi-mnfes in the oily. >t al ,r _._ Mechanics' bank ift Saturday for anrl it was paid without hesitation. Not having sufficient currency on hand, a cei 11- fled check was given. Cunningham took the 'check to the Chemnng Canal bank and changed it for a draft on New York. Thta betook toBmghamton and had it canhed, leaving town immed'-taly aftei ward. Kai uiers and Mechanics' hunk dlnovui ed that the draft was wortoN" and put detoellvei on the cane Cunningham WM ai 1-u.ted evening in Hoboken, with nearly all money on his penoa A Prlmt SUM an Arehblihop, BOSTON, Jan 15 The of Manrlcci 8. R a ftttdt, uga'nut Ai-phblshnp John J Willianls, of the Boston diocoso, came before the lull bench of the inpreme judicial court on the plaintiff1! exceptions. The decision ruoorrsd. Thla an tionof tort against the defendant to recoter foir an a leged luspuidon. of tJw plaintiff from bis pi lestly fnnutloni In Saptember, 1883, while acting at gt, church, foibufu. for the lomoval of the plaintiff TifIting a bor of 111 hi Made in Fine Cambric and Muslin, most caiefn'ly selected for this to which we Invite Special attention We offe onr new at pricu which ran not be nndc.sold anywhere, DO matter where yon go We are too long experienoad In thie branch of t.wie, well afford to give nner better goodi for the tame money u lofrrior goods art sold Fia ine and be convinced We alra hare a g..nd anlval of fine Moslm and Cambtle UNDER Which, we fnlly to be of a raperior flntah a nraally sold, whleh ii warranted made to satiifaetlon A CO, Annual clearing ont to, couimcnct Monday, Jannn; 7th. The balance of our Cloak stock, regardlo. t of cot, in order make room for large of domestic goods. Blank-eta And 10 I BUnkeU, 75c, "id 10-4Blinketi fonner price, 11-4 furuier price, 12 4 Blankets, 50, former piloe, <6. Table T.inenn and AT itiC5Hi M Yard-ttlde Bleached Hnnlin, 6, 7, 6 and 9o Yard-wide Unbleached Hoslln, 6, 6, 7 and So. a yard. 10 4 Sheeting Muslin, 18 20 and SSc Table Linens, 18, 20 and 26c foruier price, 25and35c Tuble Li ens 30 40c fWmer price, Table Linens, 50 and OOc foiuier price, 61 and Tc. 50 doion Linen And will of our Winter Stock Arr CU'l' IN 'I'WO. in the ClotMng and .eoriveo1 Entirely new at price- which an nronble to buyers. H., Spftdtl good la Bti One more of than good 40 inch, U 25o 25 40-inch Bi Cloth" at 80c. 60 Dim Clotht, hi plaids, 39o wurlh GOo. HenrWIU Cloth-, 49, flij and )bc.avard. Bargains In GloT' UVlKCOAl-alllAM I'lllCL WARM AT A 3ACRIFICK To Ont of tbe Winter Stock prariotu to our Grvd flying Opening. Ton can got a handev-e H-' or Bonnet now for little Honey. We are for Oil 0 i JOSIiHI RICK SON,   

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$9.95

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Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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