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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1889, Trenton, New Jersey                                VOL. VII. NO. TKKNTON, TUESDAY AFTUKNOON, MARCH TWO AMYSltRYOFTHEOCEAN Hdb Hie Cuubeivd Gone to the Bottom' 01 S101MIS U MA I I li t i 1 ii nn (in lilt t.luntlj 1 I I I I tin OIliitM uf Ihl.  f mi Sht is luo m Sam i la Cues U inn, i In in in i 0 n I u I ift ___ I'll 11 sin has nti f in u nb___ 11 n0 tl n i n m L u 1 kui haidt t i I i nt th sh ui t a IM Iv ab tul tl T u u i tl it 1 tho sluj 1 n ti (j h I rckha t ruinnl fi n I a] t I H I Hi I tl u 11 m m 1( 1 Salt) i il) ing Us I di t t J iumn tli it liti muhin rv un ill III If 1 an 1 that liu sails hr 1 I in nvv n Sh h 11 h is! 1 h i n i s li w ui v m ill that 1 u i in liti i m allt IM i 1 l ti 1 I I l Is flip Vmtit It- inn H n i m hit HI 1 ns 4t, (dead liti il 1 tU v 1 ami put al nt to hfi as. islan L lut aua> Vt m.lit a st nil sd m mil tin iliaiit Uit th lak m h i li ul led nlitl n iv itiiuedit ut slight A V IHl if ItsHat'I U n 1 I lit 11] dm m tl day hj tho BiitMi vUmushi) Honda fl inliot vvn, which uus nlviun linn IM th t> (f Vlcxnuliui IhcHon da s 1 n i i its sfoiim ueathoi Mai h ftll 1 I ll l f 11 iccf i a spd a niantit.) ti us stniL, mamly i Intch t nil i 1 it) e A.lexan h 11 1 a 1 tl t ULUt a i 0 nl n tl e samt ulnl ton mil l i s 1 Ohtb pissi 1 the p j i 1 i 1 u ith the itu s (i tin s] i L j 1 1 tliL s ujpci1- b i ulii ii (ojij anionvvaj uith th li 1 i 1 1 1 ind the top b 11 Tht ill Hi ad uhltt, ton "p n I to th d ti us n tht Conseiva, but tin wt 1 n 1 not b 1 to hti as lit! mil ui is noil ml w JUld sunk Iht U ts on tie >uun m uln h th ui k lu bcui seen in1 the n s I 1 t 1 th it mil) have t 11111 1 1 it jn tli It h ul i tint til) a smDU VLSS 1 hai m t uit i a 1 nt If the nsena has tom lu 1 j has i itamH ic i sh j N H l (m i s( upt from Dentil ll Hi) N J Mm h b Fiank Pi i ba o 111 s n (f Di J B p obasco bad a nai u film death at tht dtp )t of the I nti il Uuhoal of 'Nmv Jerse) in this city list Sun Uy afttln on Iht young man wisdCMng tht nctuollr ut tracks in-froirt- tl tU anl passengu depots while an ti nt as 1 u (d to di pjse of a freight tiam i tin si lu mil Hack He onlj ban th it ti in in I di 1 not notice a Philadelphia s mi i0 mpdl) ton aid bun Ihe fi ielit tin n "us making btich an upioai that tU COllH llOt b h ai 1 Tlit t, >f th latter uas, bow evti >n tlit dint in I ho saw the >om mm be ullwl nidt npn tlm whktle urn; li basto bcimed dized, an 1 1 mnn -v ibk u thctiackfu stvtral sec oml 11 i h navo cue long leap and lell Inn tn ml tho arms f a frie id as, the st n i ant t i c uloi g bix feet from him Ni u Law Makers AID Mnuh g MIIIOI ha- ittu n d to th (us i nib without aj proval Jii Mis bbi'l nhich p iposed t extend th3 pi M us 1 the Mneial ugistiation at t for titli s tint it should apph to tii" town of Filkill Duc'i s citmtv vtr Co0g hall mti 1 tl i I 1 m th s< iat puvi that anv i ii i iti tii oigamzed foi chantablt) re liljions 1 li i 11 v btiontific 01 pin j s n lixl irojKity to tbe extent of and that in computing the value ot ue i ptpnty no mcreasi. except from 114 itn m nts snail be taken into account Ihu busin ss of Ih session was of an mum poitmit biiaitd _ __ Di   gun )estci iav afternoon m the hall ol the Union Squ ue li ink build ng iho flijt gun t ncluded n is in by raubenhaus the nchmin wh defi .ile 1 MeLood, chani pion of L rtiuula, m tht cntieth niovo 1 line of game,  5 seconds It was bt illiant gurae In tin tuenty netoutl move B ackburne sacrificed his ;uc n an I aunonmed mate in four nioveq H si beat 1'olUik of Dublin, whore d lit the t it ilinnva One or Wilier1! Care will h it Fretted by by MUPDCRFD HIS STFPM01HER Tin I, ml I. Mini of ;i lil -t perati jii of N wfjuud hi 1 ami all gi-aiittni un tu it exj at tlit en 1 t tbe )tui Ibt fi blnh s. us i vv il n t Ic0m until the lutterjait t Maic'i an! tb i uis no I 1 mh the jifiir-v ot the turrent jtar nun tin ti nn s tentimuitne 1 L, tiutit n u t in in kUbb with (he Ntufoun Ham 11 i nt an 1 Ixtliueie d bit is t 1 un nn lilt t at f Pusilent Hui iis i s m s i I feu i imal toncliibion uas ai i I it 1 n t wtamt i notblnu; nnii H n tt tli 0 inmeat and did n >t m imat an) i n ual (f t le bti allied lelutnns Pht t, mne t tititfo o tame to the tontlusim iU m n tit uith the Neuf unllaii to coutmue modub t >t the nt with u lew to the u i) j lesumption of ntbo liti n t an) dt He is found on tbe jait ot th in I 000 a year 'Nearly ill f this n i c jul 1 h be 11 s.ivol unlei in t noimcal r oit tb LI lint of tun c mpau> I as 1 eon ttmb 1 anc Flank luil t n the suet in Ihuc alaununiliei nf otlitr 1 Ilit-rrs. I11 tho tut i m us (11 nt n i n ar 0} fllOajiar bus belied t i i) tbc m mnv d un Jhe Fall stukt >ALLRl Hi AIuss Mauh f imiic larger nuni ei of lo ms a e innnnrg than at any time since the btg nnine of the weavers' Kti ike Tbe Union lep its gains, the Dm fee claims- moi tl an ut tin) time since the btiik( 1 and most of tin other mills und ut ted y have a Hig 1) in tieasod number of i u i s m m ti n In til nearly i 000 of thi 1 j n u L mu iwll i 1 iillgb ap eaiel at the I1 nit i 1 loon s, bnt tb iraeL i ins 1 1 011 up until tu ncu ibU cnittci i >ms appl eel f r w )i k About thn tv fiv rl toe Pocass t mill weavers went to tU n i yesterday tiwoik but the t of a number of sti i s- al it t i place caused them to ihmg tb n n I A bout 5 000 weavers iitten It d thu ma m t it g at the i ark yesterdi j aud v i tc 1 u a i uiouily to coutmue the stiike Itheumatisin We doubt If tliere H or can be, a specific remedy tor rlieunntism, but thousands who have suffered its pilns have been greatly ben- efited by Hoc d s Sirsaparllla. If you hire failed to find relief try this grcit remedy. "I was afflkjod ivfth twenty years Previous to 18831 found no rellel, but grew worse ind at one time wts almost help- less Hood's Sirsipinlli did me more good than all the other medicine I ever bad H T BALCOK, Shirley Village, Moss "I had rheumatism three yenn and got no rellel till I took Hood's Sarsipirillo, It has great things for me I root mmend It to others" LFWISBtniBANK Hood's Sarsaparllla Is characterized by three peculiarities lit, the combination of remedial agents; 2d, the proportion, 3d, the procesi of securing the active medicinal qualities. The result Is a medicine of unusuil strength, effecting cures hitherto unknowu. Bend for book containing eviuenco, Hood s Samnarllla up my system, purities my Wood sli irpens my appetite, and seems to make me over J r THOMPSON, Jieglster of Deeds, Lowell, Mass Hood'i SiriiparllH beats all others, ind b worth its A right in cold" I BAKBINQTOK, 130 Bant btrctt, New York City. Hood's uarsaparilla 8oM by all druggists six for 15. oily by C I JJOOD CO, Lowell, MMH. IOO Doses One PEItl'lt BIEt i These twin (Mucuses cruise untold suffering Doctors admit that they are dlillcult to ur nts IdUe 3 ttlery Cdi KJU L s r HIIT eii'ly t tr 1 tt )rst coots ot rhiun U m ml it. tliTlnt; boui troubl J with rhi umatlbi utt hi 1 lit aud toot lot the jwrs I was almostuinWtt irnuhil and was ofttu loiiiiucil to my bed tor at a time 1 Ubtd onlj OQL but- tle ot lalne'b Lelcrj Com pound and perfoctlj cured. I cm uoiv (m ip around ind tulas os> a 11 ANK C AUOLI Eureka, Nevada. ILOO SIT for i Mnmmoth testimonial paper [rtL Props Buibngton Gne flutter nnd Colon tlan any Ujet 1 t i and 1 ma" Killt 1 I H fix M lib Ih ujiM b line I i ti mi ll i i the t ll) I V er M u N it nil i ml K i i iv it -nt i h n J t n I t i l 1 i n an l c kllit 1 S j i ml n 1 n K! ne t th ihu n u i ill it the t MIL mils of th j in ilm I u 11 ua t! lit UIL 1 is V i j il< I1 t -s h 1 bt n i la lull t l iino t IL uat tl r un fi i i1 t I ft l l li 1 I 1C I Ollt (In 1 I ll 1 111 I1 s M r 1 ill II1 1 1 ill c i t I i I 1 i 1 tt t i it t t it t i u I i t i L j nnn i !i I 111 1 t nla 1 i st I 1 t i I I 1 sin isi i t, I IJ 1 ni n i at the 1 is if I 1 n l t v 1 I H" 1 1 t 1 1 U a i lllicl oil HlH I ni- 1 Hi TLH "V Mil 1 i rrwl t II 11 n 11 t t i II t tic. V "i ll I 1 1 I del 1 i i i i n i t i g His h m in i t i 1 li m 1 i sj 1 L t h n K L ii _ i 1 i 3 1 tl t T I t t n I was the i le I ill 1 f n 1Q, That Tired Feeling Afflicts nearly every one in the Spring The tern having become accustomed to the brmiiiK air of Wlnier is weakened bv tbe warm   of the chaDglnc season and readily 5 ell's toa'lacUs of disease Hood s Harsaparllla U jus. the medi cine needed It tones aud builds up every pait of the body and also expels all impurities from tbe blood Try It this season Money makes money when deposited with tbe Trust Company at three per cent interest, payable on demand Open Satur day evenings, for deposits, from 7 to 9 o'clooV 26 and 28 Went State street Spring SlylnSilk a TlMtoi P luesuier (.omiotmrt His bwnac.od 11' n f Hi i Mtwo> iirUhavtsuf ft lit tut I lit duttordfur il l ir m I hiu taicn n t ti s ol tli t mijomiil and am H I o 11 li t I a 1 urj gnitclul I jo i HAS u f rnH (AutmlVillage ft uclcry Compound I Lau 1 it ail} iftlt tw.1 ucute rtu.umd.ti. it in I u ill llu 1 no rdl r until I J iiit s mpuuuft bis 1 otth a ol t I 11 tllclut I um uutt aired ot rhuimttl tt i' 1 s. StMtLL S) Cornish N IL fleets i asting Cures. pnlnGSi" tltrj CouipounclhisperfoiiuedmnTiy other turesus m nelous as of tut< rs si nt to ml ndiir ss PI iisaut to take doebiiotell l irtt bit illadlt, anuentlro- U t IL i thikl i au tike if Ust ut s ui iua louder i 1th rheumatism or utur Lii r in pnn Lactati 1 food are Healthy, llaipj Hearty 11 u Unequakd. I JILL HEADS, LMTFR HKAD8, STATEMENTS POS1KRB UKOUl AUH, 4C, AT 1 KB TIMS? JOB tOTiRTMKNT will piy the above reward for any cose of Livor (omplalDt Dyspepsia, Headache In d i 0 ui broideries are the newest fantj They are chaste and handsome and nave taken beyotid all expeUa tion We bought largely of them, and still have a full assortment, but they will assuredly be scarce 'Ihere hasn't been enough manufactured to supply the demand, and the manufacturer's bauds are already empty 22 27 and 45-inch HEMSTITCHED EMBROIDERED FLOUNCINGS Swiss and Nainsook, BOc to iosca Drapery Nats. 46-inch, at 25, il 50, 75 and and a variety of Novelties from to 50 The prices of these goods have ad- vanced from 10 to 23 per rent but ours are all continued at opening prices. Chantilly Flouncings. 45 inch, at H 25, S8 and "GLORIOSA." S4, S8 e you seen (Ho riosa is a Bummer novelty for dresses Plain but very rich Ma- terial, Silk and Wool Comes in lus trous Metallic Grays, Browns, Mix- ed Shades and Hair-line Stripes Delicate and silky looks as though a-breath-would soil it, but it won't Even rain doesn't e a spot upon it Some ladies tell us they have tried washing it, and it comes out "glonosa Meta- phorically it's light as a feather a whole dress pattern only weighs 1, pounds Welcome news for August eather isn't It" New Dress Fabrics. The finest in the coun- them That's what we go abroad for, and all our Winter Bargain Weeding was made to make room for them Plaids Checks and Bordures in splendid assortment Look in and see A "Stir "in the Silk Market Our Silks are stirring lively Full linpsof Novelties have come Bor- dures Colorn and Combinations remarkable 'Ihe storj of the gathering gone abroad, and numbers have come to look at them. This is still the hilk market Certain popular 13lack Silks have dropped In price because of a lot we purchased from a manufacturer going into liquida- tion At present rate another week will finish them Parasols. Novelties in Parasols in unison with New Dress Fabrics Checks, Plaids, Stripes, all the colors Ante-Easter showing A Bargain.1 i Men's 50 cent Teck Scarfs for 37jc. These are entirely new, perfect and good es the "best GrlANVMii- l'. CO. Successors to COOPER CONARD, MAHKKl ANiJ SOMLTHING Ni.W FOR onoinv Uakt r and HOILTKV AMI TBNU1I.R Fully g nieul t-A for sale by C V HIM, Rutheilord Avenue and etrttt N J UMBRELLA EMPORIUM til Ladks aild Children 8 Hair and tut and curled Hair Dressing ann shampooing Hoonm 210 N GEEKNE STliEKT THENTON.N J MannfactUKr of every description of Oma menwi Hair CnmbnigBMaie Lp PMC KS Low POPULAR BAKERS, CBRAM ROOMS AMD OON- No U N QRKFNB BIKTKT, TKKNTON, N J Wedrtlng Oake of kinds, orna- mented. Fancy In laige yarldtj. Finest quality of Cream, Vienna, Graham other varieties of Bread, made out ot the flieet brands ol flour, ICB CRFAM that hu no superior ConfeLUoci pure, whiimnng fine chocolntoe The beet cent Ko. 834, fff n. CURED HI.OATKH8I co.'s mm, WASHINGTON MARKFT, Greene Street Side The Real Estate, Safe Deposit, Trust and Investment Co., NOB. 26 and 28 West State Street, TBEJ- TON, N J BANKING DBPiRTttKM Money received on deposit m largo or small sums subject to check Three per i Urcst allowed on balauc a Mouey loaned on mortgage and other aptiovfd collateral secur ty Open from 9 A Vf to 3 P M and on Saturday eveun gi frow 7 to 9 o c ock JOHN MOSES Treasurer. Q MOOBE Cashier SAFE DEPOSIT DtPMlTMENT Deeds, Mortgages Bonls Jewelry, Dia moncls Silverware, Laces and othsr articles of value received for safe keeping, at a very moderate charge Banks are not responsible for articles left for safe keeping, Safe De posit Companies are Small safes for rent in oar Burglar Proof Vault ASA aKlleV, Secretary and Vault Keeper TRCSl DEPABTMITVT. This Company is authorized by law to act SB Assignee, Beceiver, Agent, Executor, Ad mmistrator, Gnardmn and as Surety in all the Courts of New Jersey E H MURPHY, Vice President and Trust Officer. JOHN President. Mctiinlcy Co. Special Bargains for 'Buyers. yards plaid and striped, double width, in the new colorings, only 43c per yard yards in beautitnl stripes, only 25t, per yard 750 yards Black Silk Chan til la and Omp nre Lwe Flonncmgs tho quality yon can have for 98c the 75 quality yru ran haye for per yard, the quality you can have for per yard, the 7i qual- ity yon can have for per vard, the quality yon can have for }2 75 per yardr In Our MllHnery Department You will find the most select and largest variety to select from, bulh in TEIMMED AND 0NTRIMMED HATS, BONNETS, EIBBON8, TIPS, FLOWERS, LACES, AND AT.L THE UTIWT NOVELTIES Boat value in Henriettas in the) City In the new Spring shades The 39c quality for 30c the49c quality for 40c the 62J" quality for 49c the 75c quality for the 87io quality for 75c the 25 quality for 98c yards French and American Sateens in the new colorings, lOc loc 25c and npwards GOO Spring Jackets, Jersey Coats, Silk and Beaded Wraps, at our usual low prices Hunburg Flouncing, Needle Work and Edgings, in kll widths and qualities, at very low pi We are still selling our 6 4 Dress Cloths at 49c 6 000 yards Drca Cloth, In plain and plaid, it 25c 35c 39c 49o per yard Big in Black Cashmeres and Hen- Kid Oloveo, 811k Gloves and Mitts, Corsets and Underwear in Great Variety. Y CO., t Stftte Blwat, I'BBMIXJN, N. J. SPRING S1YLT.8 Younians' Derbies For Spring Wear, IN CORRECT SHAPES AND COLORS NOW firi Youmans Silk OF TIIK New prtng Htylo3, BEST HACS MADE THE HAlTbB. I he I- inest Gooda for Everybody, THE K Stats Street, Trenton, CONBIBTINQ J, FINE D1AMOHU8, UKJLU AND SILVER WATCHPS TEENCII AND A AN CLOCKS, GOLD SPEoTAUJS AND EYE ULAbsES GOLD AM5 SILVU! HFADED CANliS ANDTJMBEELLAS, KNIVFS FOBK8 AND BOTID SILVFR AND PLAftD WAEE, ic. Prices Always 25 PER CUNT. LOWER thau Elsewhere, BUSINESS EDUCATION. TIJH! OF THE .U W A T. l A TvT BUSINESS COMJiGi FULLY APPRKCIATED BY AN INTELLIGLN during the fi.< uohod yus j j j twice in thn enrollment) THIS QKEAT SUCCESS gives apeual omphiais to oar da 101 to no THE FACT IS, tiiia scbool has a wido 11 viot a ful oxpon ncr i r j educational work, has brains, euofgy aud believes m cousi- e itun dc'3 it to every stndont THE SUCCESS OF OUR GEADUATLS m the M roji u ufacturing Inatitufciona of thia and other cities dtiiiou'itra ea the Oi{ n.r THREE DISTINCT DEPART MLNTrS-Coi irneicial, THOROUGH INSfRUCTION GUAKA'U EACH Enroll your name immedi toly School Terui Begins Mjuday, Septembar J For Catalogue College SpeeimonR of Penmanship, ad Iress TUOS J. S 3WART, Box 527, ROOMS, 10 and 12 8. (4REENE fil PBRCALIi SHIRTS! lull nreSvS Shirts w. u i M FUHNIUIIEU. II KOK'IH GKKKNK ST., BAUMGARTNKR'S FOR iO-nAY. Besides the great variety of new staffs in plain colors and novelties in Dress Ooods, we call your attention to two I nit J I A 1 l l A A i Bargain Nun.her One FORTY PIECES OP SILK-FINISHED HENRIETTAS, Full 46 luchea wide, in twelve colors Black, Brown Mahogany, Reseda Olive, (ardiual, Navy, Gen d'Arme, Qobehn, Myrtle, Slate, Mode Goods worth-fully OUR PRICE ONLY SOj. (coating oulj 34 for a full dress) Bargain Number Two FORTY PIECES OF ENGLISH SEROE, Yard wide, twilvo above The goods never sold at lew than g'jo OCR PRICE ONLY (Only for a dress) OUR "HORTEN3E" BLACK HENRIETTAS The best values at the prices of any goods offered Full 48 inches wide Tn Jet Medium Bine Black. At 79o, 89o and 93o, Fine as any shown at 89c 98c and SPRING JACKETS. HEADED WRAPS. THE FINEST LINE OF SPRING JACKIH'S IN THIS CITY for Yonng and Misson, Jackets for Lwge People and Small, Jersey JwVeta, Cloth Jseketa, Fancy Jwketi Pricei, 93 to for a fine one BEADED wfiAPS Anaortment, the Neweit Styles, the Lowest Prices N loi s 17 19 -i-t State Street, SFAFLRI SFAFLRI   

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