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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               L> VOU VJ11. NO. 2419. TRENTON, 1HUK8DAY AFTKRNOON, JANUARY 23 TWO A MURDEROUS NOBLEMAN A Dissolute Russian Scion Shoots His Sweetheart Ut LOUD IIHI, Silt III H M IHII.M of li Kurk 11 um eU In a Toik Trmimilt House liiillltirul Gill Klllld the I ..Hi Shi Kiel Not toi i OUR Jan niui 1 i coniniiiu 1 in tin-, e lime btin itt n led b} c 11 c uinst'inces1 combining so stlntifjoiv the luniiuitu timl tiMgK as tlmt nluch j.'sUi I u0ht ieath t a St nt n stieot t lament h HIS 1 lit mm leiei a ung Russian u I uma i of lUU and s iLldl mS flueuce in his native cit) ot Moscow and hi1, Mt-tuu v beautiful joung fellow Louuti y woman who had lejected his puffers ul marriage and theieby incuried his j usy and nngei The weapon nlueli he effected bib uis a Russian ume chambered He Is t Russian tn Mi ot ARsaulted SYKACCSr, N Y Jan ff, yomu men have been arrested chaiged with toai i.nttmg the assault on Sexton George Ogden, of tho Dnnforth Congregational church, at the church door on Sunday even it g Ogden did not appear at the eTJimmu tiou of the boy, and it was said that he was prostrated with fear of the exposuie of some of hia criminal practices The oxann nation was postponed until nextSatuidiy when some startling exposures are expected It is feared that Ogden will lose his mind before the examination Ogden's story of his being assaulted has bocn pi en f a K- dnvernor Bulkely on the War Puth HARTFORD, Conn Jan 33 Bulkely has asked for tho resignation of Bug Ueu. Chailes P. Graham, of Middle- town, on account of his approval of the i e cei rusiguations of the officers of the First Col Cone, Lieut. Col Thompson and Maj Smith, of this oily, are dishonora tilv discharged for insubordination, and Ciipts Newton and Uchultze are also dis- n issed Sjrncnae and the Association N Y, Jan U3 is ataoit understanding between George K linizer, of this and President Zach Phelps, of the American nmjociation, that Syracuse is to have three or four days longer in which to luihish the bond. Frftier formally tele- graphic! Prcoidont Pholpo yostordoy, and it is pretty well understood a favorable answer will be received. A Keceptlon to Ooveriior Htll. A i HAM i, Juu Puil gne its annual reception to Governor Hill ni.il the state officers and the legislators last evening. About 500 guests, including the judges ft the court of appeals, Judge Ar- UOIIT, David Dudley Field, Willuim Arkell, ex-Senator Arkell and Col E P hhrpard, attended A tils Wtie Work) Burned. ST Louis, Jan. JS building of tho Freeman Wire and Iron works Jn East Bt LOUM bos been gutted by flre A large amount of valuable and patterns was destroyed Loss, insurance, WO.OOO. The nrm will rebuild at once. About 100 men throivn out of Work by the flre Dufur Tlirooii by a Sled WEST RANDOLPH, Vt, Jan M Dnfur, the WAK kfn% M er'a sled ami thro w u on head, badly cut and br used Hnrnbncher Whips Daly. Nuw YonK, Jnn 23 Hornbacher Eddie Daly, of Pi ovidence, fought thirty rounds Noi ton's Point yeaUrday, Daly finally being knocked out. NEWS IN BRIEF Fusli llui li m tin Wlivi tuisfull) C ulhil J I I I h pie u of Plattsburg N Y has be u u u ted of murder in the first dt et t >i I u I h w in 1 abcn a eai ago At lln I 1 n Pa Juun U biui h a du i et d of luiuor to men of know i n niit i ato habits w is seiiten ed to pa} it i e e t t >00 an 1 und TL, thref utntlb) l n iiLb-jiimeuL m t! p Loniitj jul Mis 1 u ril 1 i f LI beth N J ha I i 1 1 s i mi 3 tin u h iti e i li i tl i i 1 1 tu suit t h it ul 1 e n t li I t n 111 1 i 1 I h of Vis 111 11 ilm s u is f u i I h n i p ii U in a p 1 f b! n I in t bae' i h if he t in M ejunc bin I t H I 1 tl t I s I n u n toil tt li. d i c 1 s I i tn u I his 1 1 u w 1 1 el i i It igi i I i s i s b n i i he i I i th s m ill n 111 t I H 1 S nt i i ml uit ul 1 un tin i in t i c f Elms B N vs il I i i I' i 1 oid com pi i) t H v i s i i mjmies ie in 1 while a p s i n d f ndauts 1 i Uni 1 a i i I I f 6 I) 1 l 1 O i tii ai s lumbus eiiib n 1 I I o s 'M f ndon Out h 11 HL.I It I with t'i lir oklj hi otii 10 t m i son III. it I I I ibell left ii OK) foi it i 111 I i in i I n oiu Mass >s ni toi I 1 i d S i I o life nil i h s Men tie I Si unit 1 T l n MlithnnI nn f ne of the tw i trust is it HIP w tltln Ie nom t ck U is de-id An t xi 1 si n of s w j mas m a house in sh nil 1 tl 1 i I II I J tin Slip in d sucith injiilp 1 leu theia 1 hi not n us Fi li turf ungii H n bette 1 u n as Jnbilet h s been amstul ul Nice li i f a check 111 F, is 1 ilii i I i f limotln in est 1 sn nth sin t Ai w York as lut ned Jnn loss Th soi if W 01 Ids fan committee consists 1 1 MP i- lawin Hen dricls Si an '1 i stiwart Jacobs (_h ise an ill w i 1h BIUA Jun 2 re g Halm an I Louis Jjhusjn Ni k 1 1 at> bridge null worewoikirip, n it esilw between River Bulk and Dim John on s foot was caught the timli i. lln. Clucago pas seiiger tiam pun ilnn0 and Johnsou e deavoieel to eYt K ito bis 1 ot To his li-maj he found t nnpossil 1 I he sltua tion was rapidl) b niiug dang rous-, and Hahn lent Ins eiFoits in the att nipt to ie lease the Ltd foot All then fffoitsw re in vim ind Ji hnson begged Hahn to jin p and SUM- hnntclf Hahn steadfastly refused and lieio cally continued hisendenoih to help Johnson The trnm struck ban while he vuis thus engaged fehnsonsl s cut off at knee and Hahn was piol ul Iv fatally inniied Tlip 1 i nn Jumi i in ioik. Vw Jun bchiebni who while iieip from Min- neapolis for eTtrmlitun to Bavaria, where he murdered his- step on und the boy s granel- favhir, jumped fro n a Main near Batma, N andeseiixd but wits found the next day in a faun house at I. en In has arrived here and ws 'gi il in jail lo awut the sailing of a stei mpi lor liimien He was but mjuitd by his ju i p Boston Fire BosreiN Jnn J The lumoer and plan ing null on tin sii r owntel by J F Paul C in 1 o upi I by that firm and tthpr o 1 v 01 firms was 1 Hilled atioi t 1 n in 1 b th  iiclci lilt elstnct A H San >er s 0 HalniHj I M lame H Sipanm Jhmm IwartU Knocked Out Ni i K s Jan speci il to The I li Ite fiom (_t ihop N M says that Jimmv Pihvarils, chtinpion middleweight ol u no, Kit el el lit b) Me- Span on ihamiyion T? jght of New M xie t lin sday Ih hght, which was i i >-l M pn in trd onl) yix rounds h me i w l P se %eiplv punished nmliimil solil P l rsM i ni O J in Scioto VulK} luilnail sod yestprday The imilliel, mil estate anil flxtiuin were dis pos d of to J B Co, of ev, Yoi1 for rolling stock to flfiiiinfeldl, of Niw York, for F b 1 is tho flate foi confirmation of the sile A Pilot's Si L IL is, Jan Rev Father Grant, fi r thejean iss stant pries-t at 8t Pat- nek s lim Ii, East bt Louis, died suddenly He ha 1 ji st i e i bi atid mass and gone to his room Hi  c lie 1 to the- United States steamer Mich- gnu was inorrted last night on board the Umleel States receiving ship Wabash to Misa fnnuie, eidpst daughter of Capt Carpenter, of the ah ish A distinguished company of jjni sts w ituesstd the ceremony Tlip InfliiPiirit llndllnn. Jan. faculty of Vienna are greatly agitated over the discoveiy cf tho bacillus of influenza by Drs Maximilian and Adolphe JoIIes, bnctei lan labora- tory of the geneinl hospital The bacillus has a cassock shaped head, And has been nnmed the "bishop bat illi HmidUli NcwHik Boys. fsiwAKk, N J, Jan 23 Angela Maielio, an Italian girl aged 17, was pick- ing coal1 at the dumps, three boys stole up behind her find set flre to her clothing She wns hon iblj bin ned, and will probably die from her mjtii ies. The police have no clew to the perpetrators of the outrage A Ulg'ier Marlile Tariff Desired. .Inn 9tt At thft flAml-Annn- meeting of the Wholesale and Retail Marble Dealers' assentation of New England and the provinces, resolutions were adopted urg- ing n higher tariff on marble Charles H bho don, of Rutland, Vt was appointed chairman of a committee lo present the rnao- lulioii U) the and means committal) A VERY SERIOUS REPORT. I he Death of the Pope Re- ported in Rome The Stoiy, Be It or Fake U tpread in the Eternal Tin Newt d by lear Gf neral I'reston at New 01 k YUHK Juu JJ AtaUegiam to The Herald from Hume Ihtre is u wide- Spread rumor that the pope u dead Tbii appears to been caused by nn unusual nd uulooked for' anaouucoment that he if mperfLCt lienlth nud has received several shops >o News iu New Ymk A lepuitci uitled at thy of the rec- tor of thi cathuhul last night but was told that uo word hid leached New 01 k about the dtath of th pope Disc red 1 ted by Vicar Geuet al Pi eston In the absence of Arcnbihhop Corngan Mgr Pi estdn icar geiiei al, is in hnrge of the It wab at hisr Bileiuethat DO dispittch Juu 1 (.tune from RJIU that day, and tho in ns of the death of his holmes was not credittd IN SENATE AND HOUSE News of IUe from the National Cupital Jau The senate dis- cussed fuither thy bill providing for a census of farm moitgagth and rtpoitel it back to the committee Mr Ullu desiring to e the mfoi matiuu pioposel, oxpiossed his belief that it vsouid not be of sufficient value to justify the expense and dt laj Re- sponding to Mi Vest's i emails, fib lellei remarked that agricultural dopitfaMon was not peculiar to the United Mates It pre- va'lod m all the (ountnes of the world, except A rtcent pai hamentarys inquii y had show n that the Bi fni mera had within twelve years, sunk more than half their capital After some debate the bill was, on Mr lellers motion, recommitted to the census committee by a vote of -b to Ihe senate then passed othei bills, the following Tor thi lelief of the Vene- zuela Steam i rausportation company of New (A claim tor three bteamers seized by belligeients in 1S71 For the pre- sentation of badges bo tho ofliceib and men of the Gieel) relief expedition The senate committee on quadu-Cdiiten mal has rcceutd the speech of Chauucny M Depow Alt of the speeches aie now on file, and the committee will hold a meeting when Senator w ho has jubt returned to the city, shall call them together In ttxe secret session of the senate the seal of secrecy was removed from the Samoan treaty, signed at Berlin, June 14, 1889, by the plenipotentiaries of the United btates, Germany and Great Bi itain I he treaty boon published heretofoie In the house the Oklahoma town site entry bill and Mr btewai t's bill providing for the erection ot thi ee national prisons w ere James Gr Blame, Ji has been appointed to be the of the committee on foreign affairs of the house bj Congressman R R Hitt, of Illinois, churnnfln ot the committee 1 he salai y ib 190 a year OQB fochofield addressed the sub-commit too on fortifications of the house oppropria tione committee on the annual foi bill the manufacture of steel guns 1 he Smith Jackson contested election case from the Fouith W-est Virginia- district wai discussid bj the full elections committee Party lines weie stiictly drawn in the test vote, and it announced that two reports frould be made to the house, the Republicans favoiing Mr bmith and the Ilyrnocrata Mi- Jack son Ihe ways nnd means committee considered the McKmlty customs administration bill and made au amendment to it piovmg that where an appeal shall be made from the classification of aiticles imported, the goods shall be held at the custom house until the appeal is detei mined Presidential Postmasters WASHINGTON, Jan president hat sent to the senate the following nomina- tions Postmasters New York Mrs Mai y L Leonard, Now Lebanon, A B Wcotcott, Carthage, W H Westfield, R J Hunt, Trumansburg, C E Palmer, Sche- nectady, "W R Page, Olean, E A McAl pin, bmg Sing H F Tarbox, Batavia Pennsylvajii i David Kitzmiller, Gettys- burg, A J Frick, Danville, Louis. Zeigler Dubois, W E Thompson, McKeesport, Cobmson, Monongahela City, L P Haas Northumberland He Drank Carbolic Acid for Beer. Rim N J Jan 23 -Charles Ma- gee, postmaster at Holmdel, died yesterday fiOiiithu tffucLa uf tdlbuHu at, id which ho drank Saturday afternoon Mr Magee was returning from Newport on the day named, when he stopped at the Town house kept b> his brother, Galirrett He asked the servant girl for something to drink. He was given a bottle of acid, which the girl mistook for beer Mr Magee soon became unconscious find remained so until he died He was a prominent Republican politiciAn and re ceived the postofHce appointment last spring He was 00 years of age, and leaVes a widow and several children they Drove Nails Into the Graves. ARRE, Pa Jan 23 reigned nt Pl> mouth yesterday Martin the Polish leader, who was placed in jail under heavy bail, was released with another of his countrymen The Lithna nUrt, who burled his two children in thiT cemetery, asked the court to interfere, Wilkes and the Polish faction have threat- ened to disinter the bodies, and throw them into the street Yesterday afternoon the Lithuniana wont to tho cemetery and drove nails into the giavesof the two bodies in- terred, but did not disinter the bodies A Bottle Blowers' Strike Imminent. FinSBURO, Jan 23 A general strike v! the gieen bottle blowers employed iu thi? city and throughout the entire western dis tnct is threatened The blowers have been working oh eastern molds for several weeki without knowing It In doing tr is work they have unknowingly afwisted manu- facturers m their contest with tljo eastern blowers, who are now on a stiike Iu c any of the manufuctuiers inakt that the work of filling ea Urn oideis must continue, a strike will declared until the eastern molders are removed fiom the factories. Carried to Soft and Drowned. NxwSMiHNA, Jan. 23 Charles N. Moi i la, of Cincinnati, 0 was coining down Halifax river in his canoe he at- tempted to cross an inlet The tide carried him out to sea, the canoe capsized and Mor- ris was drowned Tha bodjr hu tint boon recovered A Canadian Member Unseated. OUAWA, Out, Jan The supreme court has nffli mod thn decision of tho lower court undenting Mr Cottf, momb r of pnili 1111 nl foi Holdimnml, on account of brt[ tint ptti J of his 1 o from Itttthop Kyun n Vt tloii Hiti M fun J Ihe Im uh I K it 1 1 1 s i obsh n and p IU un it und uifh aie piomihid before tin. ti ul U 14 ttled A cuumuttto appoint 1 t t-tst to the bihltop ugaiust tho latlar witei wire told that the paiish hid no right to dictate to Ih chinch ies, and must obey iht oidtrs of the i pas rtga (U the disposal of pit sts 1 ht 1'u i-h have 1 a iimmftsto dtchu that the.} bull loz d and i i nud t has bom to dt ra> tin t xpensis of u u tub suit i U nu to pi tit against j in t. ctum 1 he congrt gatum the tumble to Tilth i Pita-i, pi-t t t Si Stmislau (.huu h fiom which thi S' t n ton stttdtd tut aib Hulliilo H IH- niiitst Ml il-t. t I i i Y o Jan R M 1 i t i I cha gtd witli bt in 3 i M Mi J uutz on tilt i s ntati n> i i ho hi i tittd in 01 i t In in ti i tu rtttbc Uio iiioiit on 1 ii[ Mi 1ms ut t tile t tUo lei V Idit iiuil tas i fi iu 1 n thi. j ni l f il pMstoi nt coining tt li lit dul) M i 01 It h >p 11 1 him Ml ioi ti box (it th inns al 1 btival, foi whuh lit, ineutd i lit tiiliuat ouutot upp u-s ihc okh tontitn.toi Detlo li i-> 1 K J in tt n ii i jus i k H 1 In t hutch trustcts will n to letii mil e w hat option to mil f the past i Miowlnfj in tin VN 1 UVM is o Jan Jo It began HU w del in the Sitrias in t! nn 1 he railroad (.fhomls th in is tho worst tliLy t vei UK. un 1 I ut txpii ss ability to bleak til bl k ihepd-i up; i tjauiat in gttint i[ pi ob ilil} gi t t hi out h to ban 1 i UK s 1 his w ill a c load f 1 01 1 and t ruins will not get thi ou h i M i 1 IH iiuMiibjis of tin n li 1 -Vtlif na nn company 1 th unht t i i in I i It yi L on i bide ti in L nt Sha Hun ut h i it wuv up tht inuuiitam b n IK tu 1 tbt unnnit c n theSierid-i 1 In safe I iUl ounU S  nitlt jack l of Jchnson City Lo) d is fuliilu '-hot Shot ting then became nu und S n i iff tiosl y noislj wiuudf 1 Ihe distuibaiu Wti tiuul qii It 1 ard age was d tut f to his bt nig lynched A huictssTul 1 Shining Mass Jan Ihe opua tivt-. ol the Ik ui nc null have received a divi lend un i i thi profit scheuu IL s fiom Uss than tl to j fur six mouth-, I 11 nn has given gen nil satis faction among the employes, and hu-. it i luimid t itistd closer personal intoiest in the weltiuo ot tV null, an 1 ted n bittei perfonned This is tht hi t t n n ill in the country to a 1 j t tl t P in It r CnmtBHlon (uneelfd I u ID i Jan spec ml cable U The that the itional govern ntnt has canceled the in ssiou f rois pu pound on rubhti gnuitul "recently tn tli Mcica itile t mpui} i hi nit- rcli ints that tl L__H iucattou. by the Para gtneinment of tli piuclunl of i ul h r xp >i Us is Iu to a pi test ma Ie I Stt it t uy Bl unt to tht lii zilmn il rnnient i 1 b f Be i b il L JIakea the lives of many people miserable, c uising distress alter eating, Bour ituraacb, bkk licidache, losa of appetite, 2. t ilnt, all gone feeling, bad taste, coated _. and TTrtguUrlty Distress the bowels Dyspepsia doe? After not Ket wel1 0( u requires careful attention, eating anj a like Hoods s iisaparllla, which acts gently, jitcffltlLutly It tones the stomach, regnlites tlie diges- tion, creates a good ap- petite, banishes headache, and refreshes the mind Headache 1 I have been troubled with dyspepsia I li but little appetite, and wti it I did eat Up.0 distressed me, or did me K "ttle 600d AttCr bum would have a faint or tired, ill gone feeling, as though I had not eaten an j thing My trouble was aggravated by my business, painting. Last Sour sprine I took Hood's Bar- siparllla, which did me an Stomach immense amount of good It gave me an ippetlte, and my food relished and satisfied the craving I had previously experienced." f.ronc.E A PAGE, Watertown Mass Hood's uarsaparilla Sold ill druggists Jl, six for {5 Prepared only by I HOOD 4 CO Apothecaries Lowell, IOO Doses One Dollar JUST ARRIVED AT A i i 1', A Grand Assortment of Very Latest Novelties in HAMBUHiSS, JMBROIDERIES Among which are entirely new de- signs never seen before, which we have just received through several of the largest importing hcnae4 In New To'k, We Kiianntee that no finer nor bet- Embroideries are In the market, and; above all, that we are to fell these bcantifn1 now Hambnrgs at positively lower prices lhan any New York retailer Is able to offer to jon, no matter who they ftre, for we Donght them for are ab e to give surprising bargains to yon. Gall and compare onr Embroideries with any otheri and compare prleei. F. 8. Notice We hereby give spe- cial notice (bat all the old TJmbrelUs from 1889, left here for covering and repairs, mnit be railed for within 30 from thli date, or will be told for Jauaarjr IBlh, WAI.US', City THE I AXATIVE A D r U r KITlOUS JUICC r FIGS OF CALIhORNIA, Coiubintd with 'lie me (lit mil of j 1 i'its kiuwii to be most btiittn-iil to HIL hinmii s'sskii terming an nnd finlue 1 to tnna 1.11 re Ilabilinl C Mi pation and lln. in i K dc peiuhiKT on T w ik 01 conditron ot the KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS. Ill tl n n t cxirlknt rtmn y known to 'LHHSE WE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY Vltuon or Constipated PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP, HEALTH and STRENGTH NATURALLY rOLLOW one is using it all are delighted with it ASK YOUR DRUGGIST TOR MANUFAC TUReO ONLY JY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO CAL n i. H. HBASI EY, OOUNSFLOR-AT-LA W 143 Ean' state Btrent, N. J FDWIN FISCBFK I-I HM removed to 216 8TBFKT, neit door to Library Hall JOHN H. COUNSFI.OR-AT-T.A W, EST JII BuiLrme, corner Warren Btreeti I AW fJiVi.Hl T Saff Dept nil z-ifi TTP.I o Build to WMI P f' t, T-ra-io, TAXPAYERS The Kecelver of Tc-xes ht reby gives notice thai a Transcript of the Taxes for Ihe year 1889 now remaining unpaid, is being prepared and in twenty days afer its comp'elloa will be pub llshcd B V RICHARDS Receiver of Taiea The old DE BOARDMAN is not dead HTTB the uiiiy Doctor of thatr that ever lived in Trenton OFFICE 10 WRST FEONT w ANMIRO A CBOOR, DHIKR8 Heaters, Han see and Hardwire Generally. LUCAS MXET) PAIN IS (All, 8HADFH) JJ. BOHARKK, fine Boot and Shoe Maker, UUSTOM WQKK A SFECTATlY. topalrtng ot AU done In the Beet Manner 188 Broad Stroot, Trenton. M.M TOORHKbg, id Children's and Bangs cut f juried Halr-Drewln; >nd Shampooing Koami, 210 N QRKKKB TTBKiri, luKNTOH, N. J. MftTinfliclurer of ry deaoilptlon of Ori SAMUEL J. KEIIT Will be pleased to cfll upon any one wanting DPON BUILDINGS, GOODS OR STOCK Address, 113 East State Street. there Is not now nor bas tnere ever been u rare cored ag DiuKiNHON's MEDICINES Twontr years' experience, The Huwt mate sVlllml componnilna; "BAUAIi OF for Congnii, ColdH, Cronp and "FEVBB AND AQl'S AND MAI AK1A "PERUVIAN BARK the .treat ippellier and strecgthener Twenty-on< IKY THRM 1 1 KO. W. Corner State and warren M 1KKNTON, H, J. 1'be Bye a Specially PEERLESS DTE8 AMIAMHB4, 96 NORTH WAHRRt? TttkRiOH, Bt. J, J. 6, HOBENSHGK, PA. The Irdlng ipeolallit in Tonthfnl Im denoe. Young men m... tend for Book, runt (Xn-ulfUyr.houa UU2 P.M., P.M.------------ Umbrella and Valise IN TBl? tllY, x 3. YOfcK 6UN HAT, 53 00, 60 and 00 T 11 16 State Btitvet. S! TJKWAKT YOUNG LADIES GENIT.FMEN for IMMEDIATE SEKVIOE in COUNilNO BOOM U'8 AKK KKI KN C H: n mi U CATOKS, SPKCIAT4STS, CAFAHT.K, WOKKKKS. NO SMATTERING, NO NO NONSW9E in ite COURSE OF TRAINING Modern Method" hmg. Indmdnil AtUntioa, iy The Shorthand Department Offei the very hent facilities for in Stenography. RAPID AND SUCCESSFUL GUARANTEED Morning, Afternooii Evtnfng Oluw in Shorthand BEGINS MONUAF SEPT 2d 1HOMAS J 8TEWAHT, Box 527, TBBJ.IOK, N T 10 and 12 flonth Groero Htroot LOOK OUT FOR BARGAINS We have purchased the store North of us and intend to build on the two lots I he lincsi in Iron Ion! We mast get ml of onr sto k to du this, tbeicfore, CLOTIIINU! c i MElJCIIANl lAH.OHINU BE to NORTH GREENK SlREKT. IMUN'I'TNG DONE IN A FIRST-CLASS MANNER, AND AT SHORT NOTICE AND FAIR PRICES, AT THE Trenton Times C) lYiiiting i Department WASHINGTON MARKET BUILDING, Corner of Front and South "road Streets. Advertise YOUR "WANTS" IK THI TIMKS.   

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