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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VI IT. NO. EXPLOSION IN A SCHOOL Serious Results of an Fxperi- ment in Chemistry. NITRO-dlACElUNE SHOOTEKS DIE. A Fatal Blow Up In the Peuiuylvanla Oil Begloni by Which Two Men Perished, Men Killed While Waiting Near Snubnry, Fa. T.KXIXGTON, TH came to the public school here this afternoon by which the instructor had hia eyes blow-out and a score of pupils received injuries. That the calamity was not further angmnnted by the panic is something short ,of marvelous. Among the most seriously injured are: A Lint of tbe Injured. Barnard, Hutlle, aged W, injuries to breast from flying Iron; dangerously cut. DSWSOD, VIII, seriously cut. natsenfiHar, Will, seriously injured. Jess, Professor J., Instructor, houibly burned, light lost; will probably die. Cora, 10, compound fracture of leg. Longstaff, Aon, seriously injured. HerrQl, Bertie, aged 20, compound fiacture of leg nnd severed artery; likely to die. AJfJ'rtKNOON, JANUAKY 29, 1890. SHORTSTOP WARD WINS, the Stevenson, Russell, injuries to leg and terribly bruited. Preparing for the Experiment. Professor J. Jess, the principal of the school, culled the In chemistiy together shortly before 3 o'clock. The wjisoom- posed of the older boys girls of the in- with the girls in the majority. They bed entered on the study of gases, they were full of anticipation, for the in- structor hml promised 'them several experi- ments with Oijgen. The generator was a gas pipe eight inches long and two in diame- ter, and apparently calculated to resist an ordinary of the It Is said to have boon in use for years, and probably this might explain the catastrophe that followed, A Frightful Explosion. preparation had boon com- pleted, Principal caused the chemical wtion. to had just turned to- wards the apparatus to illustrate a state- ment, an explosion, like the bursting of ft mighty bomb, occurred. The room was filled with flying fragments of iron splinters. The windows were shivered into a thousand following the short silence there came the gronna and shrieks of the wounded and the cries of the panic stricken. A Panic Kngued. Those who could ran for the exits, and children in the other portions of tht building, hearing the explosion and feeling the building tremble, were beyond the con- trol of the teachers, joined in the rush for the odter air. The teachers were helpless to the rush, and there wore many bruised and torn in the battle. Fire Follows the Report. ___The force ot the drove pieces oi the pipe through the brick walls and tht room was filled with steam A piece of the iron bad boon blown through a can of gaso- line, which ignited and sprang into a great sheet flame. Fortunately the fire wa> promptly extinguished. Itja'as fonnd that Professor Jess was howibly burned abonl the face, head, and aims. His siglil is lost forever and it is probable that ho wil .never live to regi ot the calamity. The nwd most serious was that oi Bertie Merrill. who haa a compound fracture of the leg ouri BO artei.y severed. Jle is-also likely to dU'. Terror Btricken The room was full of bleeding scholars. some.prcistrated by their injuries nnd other? through fright. Hundreds of terrified parent; and friends flofted terror stricken to tin plane, and many fainted as they beheld theu mutilated and terribly injured children cov ered with blood and surrounded by wreck- age. Allot the injured ones were carried tt. theirhomca and.surgi'-fllaid snmmouedfroni Bloon-ington. The is attributed by some of the teachers to impure chemicals, A Preliminary Injunction Refused NEW YOBK, Jan. O'Brien handed down Ms opinion in the supreme court refusing to grant the New York Base- ball club a preliminary injunction restrain- ing John M Ward from playing with any other than the frew York club. The judge inwsted tliat a speedy trial of the case should be held. BOSTON, Jan. regard to the Phila- delphia dispatch printed bere, stating that Kilroy was to be transferred from the Bos- ton to the Philadelphia Brotherhood club, Director Hart says; "Kilroy has signed to play hero in 16W, and wu are going to keep him if possible.1' At a meeting of the New Eiigland Baseball league hero t he committee on membership reported favorably upon the application of Providence, and that club was admitted to the League. A committee consisting ot A. W. Lang, of Hartford; D. A. Sullivan, of Lowell, and E. S. Pierce, of Worcester, was appointed to attend the meeting of the arbi- tration in New York today. Pn-rSBuno, Jan. telegram to The Times from Fred Carroll, whom Hanlon sent to St. Louis, says: "Have signed Robinson for Pittsburg Players' league and Brennan for Cleveland Players' league, Laavo for Kansus City to sigu Burns for Pittsburg Players' league." CT.CTELAKD, Jan. the short- stop under contract with the Cleveland League club, has announced that ho would return to the Brotherhood. The new; cre- ated a local sensation, as he bns been ex- pelled from the Brotherhood. The compli- cation of matters is expected to make some trouble. Al Johnson, president of the Brotherhood club, announces publicly that he will get Beatin, also under contract with the Cleveland League club, to join his or- ganization. PHOVIDEXCE, Jan. Providence Baseball club has leased for eighteen months from March 1 the Eagle street ball grounds. The stockholders will organize at once, elect a manager anil engage players. Professor Phelpg nu Negro Suffrage. CHABLKSTON, B. C., Jan. Professor Austin Phelps, of Andover, Muss., writes Editor Hemphill, of The Charleston News and Courier, thanking .him for the courtesy and cBiidor of his criticisms some re- marks by Professor Pholps hi regard to Mr. Grady's Boston speech. Professor Phelps goes on to say that he never believed in negro suffrage. Ho says Speaker Sunnier never committed a graver blunder than in drawiug the act which legalized it. It was not statesmanship, but desperation. It was a blow in the face of nature, and nature always reveuges such blowa We are sure, in such an encounter, to get tho worst of it, e are suffering from it now, and will suffer more. It may cost more blood than the civil war did. The thinking of the south have the sympathy of every thinking man at the north. Fifty years ago Professor Mnsos Stuart, of Andover seminary, a per- sonal friend of Calhoun, foresaw tbe pres- ent deadlock, nnd told Professor Phelps he saw no solution but tho surrender of two or three states to exclusive possession of the colored race. concludes Professor Pbelps, UI have never been able to see that Christianity cannot make two colors in pro- lific races live peacefully together, as nature adjusts colorS-in the rainbow." Smith Beats Bowers. SAN FBAKOJSCO, Jnn Bowers, of London, weight 358 pounds, was knocked Out in tiia tout Ih round by Billy Smith, the Australinn, weight 100 pounds, at the Occi- dental club rooms. Frank Glover was referee. In the first round Smith received two stonuch blows. In the second Bowers was hard hit four times and ran around the ring to escape. In the third the fighting was heavy on both sides. In the fourth Smith landed Ueavity on Bowers' head. Bowers to the floor nnd refused to rise nntil time wasjip. He theji jumped up.sud-_ dfinly and knocked his second down as be approached him. The audience was very indiguant over Bowers' quitting, >md hooted vigorously. The fight was for loser to take EXECUTIONS IN BRAZIL. Forty Sailors Die for the De- posed TKEASON PUNISHED BY DEATH, They Cried w Long Vive the and Died the Next and English Vemeli Defiantly Fly the Flag of the Empire at Rio. NEW TOBK, Jan. Officer Chase, of the steamship La Place, just arrived from Rio Janeiro, tells a story regarding the sensational conduct of the Brazilian government authorities toward the subjects who have expressed their loyalty to the exiled monarch. "Irtjng Live tbe Emperor." "Shortly before we he sf'd, "the police were instructed4o arrest all persons uttering treasonable sentiments. As com. plimentary allusions to Com Pedro under this head tho police did not have long to wait. A party of forty sailors employed on different Brazilian men-of-war having imbibed freely one night started out for a atroll around thedoQka They gave vent to their feelings by shouting In chorus 'Long live the emperor.' Their'Last Act of "Almost Instantly they were surronnded, seized and after a desperate struggle locked up. Thfcf-act of treason was their last, for before daylight every man was executed, some put to death, so I was informed, by having their thrifts cuts. Trouble with Foreigners. new government finds considerable difficulty in having ite edicts obeyed by foreigners who are within the borders. Only a Hay or two before we left Rio an Austrian corvette sailed into the harbor flying at its foremast the old flag of the empire. Signals were at once made to the Austrian to lower the objectionable piece of bunting. The or- ders being ignored, the signal was hoisted informing the offending vessel to leave the port at once. Her promptness in putting out to sea did not prepare the authorities for what followed. The Anntrlan's Defiance. "A few hours later the corvette returned with every gun unmasked and the old Hag still gayly floating from her foremast After soiling around tbe harbor for a couple of days, having by that time convinced the authorities that she did not care a rap either for them or their signals, she put out to sea. A Saucy English Ship. "A npther incident of a like nature occurred at about the same time. An English vessel was lying in the port of Rio flying the impe- rial enrigu as well as her own national flag. On being sigimled to lower the flag of the empire'she answered by hauling dowuthe discusstou tavorlng and disfavoring solution followed. At the nfteruooii sestiou the resolution in regard to shortening the hours of a day's work was passed by a vote of 51 to 45. The question of lieu law und sub-contraction was next taken up, nnd George Prnssant, of Chicago, read a paper on it. The President to Vigil Now York. VVASUiNQTOrJ, Jan. Harri- son has decided to go to New York next next week to attend the judicial centenary to be celebrated there. Ho and the attorney general, Secretary Tracy nud hecretary Noble will leave Washiugtou at o'clock Monday afternoon on bohrd of a special train, reaching New York that eveniaig. There will be a large number of senators and representatives same train, besides the members of the supremo court, who will go over in a body. The presideut will return by Tuesday night. ii ii The President's HecepUon. WASHINUTON, Jan. W. president and Mrs. Harrison, assisted by Mrs. Morton and the ladies of the cabiuet, gave a reception to the members of cougrtt-'S mul tbe judiciary at the Whito House lust uight. The recep- tion parlors ot tbe mansion and the large east rocui were crowded duriug tbe recep- tion hours to their utmost capacity with the congressional delegations, the judiciary and their lady companions. He Died for a Dark-eyed Seuorlta. BAN ANTONIO, Tex., Jan. the Nor- ris ranch, IS ieves Quiutaro was murdered by Manuel Ortaga. A dark-eyed senorita was woed by them both. She was unable to decide between them and suggested tliat they fight a duel with stilettos. To this the men agreed, but Ortaga laid in ambush and shot his rival, killing him instantly. The murderer escaped. LouiTBbery'a Defalcation 847.350.S3. NEW YORK, Jan. Van Cott makes the official announcement tliat the defalcation of tbe Inte Cashier Louiif-- bery amounts as follows: De- ficiency in cash balance, de flciency in postage stamps, envelopes, cards etc., f deficiency in advances of sal aries and other items of account current advances on requisitions, amount due employes from funds on ham and not paid, Total, KnlflUs Meet at Pittston. WILKESBABRK, Pa., Jan. Therruiirter- ly meeting D. A. 16, K. of L., at Pittston, adopted resolutions favoring the Australian system, ami advising members of tile order to cease traffic with foreign peddlers. The sentiment of tbe mooting wag favorable to tho formation of au anthracite district asseiubly covering all the anthracite coal- fieUs of Pennsylvania. Iielogates were jireseut representing over organized workers iu tbe Knights of Labor. TWO vaii--XJ Present! in the mo.t r levant form THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUICE OK FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Combined with the medicinal virtues of planjs -known to be most beneficial to the human system, ibtuiing an agreeable and effective laxative to peiiua- nently cure Habitual Consti- pation, and the many ills de- pending on a weak or inactive condition of the KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS. It excellent remedy known to UfMSE THE SYSTEM El-fECTUtLLY When one is Bilious or Constipated THAT- PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP, HEALTH and STRENGTH NATURALLY FOLLOW. Every one is using it and all are delighted with it. ASK YOUR DRUOOIST FOR H KW 82.0O, 92. SO MANUFACTURED ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, KV "FW YORK. N, f. Equip PSRV YOuSG T.ADiWj UE in tht OOUHTiNG AKlC GEMTi'KlfKN TUVKIlTATf! KiJUCA'1-OKS, rather dilapidated and weather beaten Brit- inn flag and replacing it with a new one which had never before boon unfurled. The Brazilians took the hint, and when we sailed (.he was still lying at her wharf with both flags flying." THE NEWS Fresb Tips IN BRIEF. use of chemicals. Three Men Killed Near mnburjr, Pa. SuMSDBT, Pa. Jim gang of Ital- innii, Pnlnn and who were em ployed in widening the roadbed of the Shu- mokin, Snnbury pnd Lewisburg railroad, yesterday set three blasts Mid then retired to await the eiplosiofc For some nnex- plained reason only two of the blasts ploded. The men did not know this, how- ever, nnd had to their work when the third blast and they were hurled in all directions. One of, tbe men killed, four fatally injured and a dozen more or low injured, tbe re- covery of two of them being doubtful.   explosion at the Standard Oil at Hnnters Point yesterday afternoon, five of oil were The loss is from to 000. The reports tbat several workmen had been killed were unfounded. No one was injured. The dense smoke caused by the burning oil t.sated greet consWiintion in the neigborhood, but the fire was at gotten under control Two Glycerine Shooters Killed. BRADFORD, Pa., Jan, H, McHenvy nnd Alexander Carmen were blown up by nitre-glycerine while .preparing to toipedo a well south of this city. Both men were blown to pieces They were old shooters. The remains of two vic- tims of the glycerine or- dinary pails of unrecognizable human flesh brought to this city Wat night. Mrs. Leslie Carter Will Star. NKW YORK, Jan. Leslie Carter has at length finally determined to go upon the have been signed in the office of Howe by which she agrees to star under the meut of E. D. Price. Aunngemisnto boon for the debut of Mrs. Carter in this city in September next Bfie will appear In a society drama and will by a very powerful company. _._ _ _____________ "Itcilrty" Jnry Dllaffem. Jan. After being out nearly ttt-rtity-flvo hours the jury announced its mobility to decide whether or not James nlins Bni-ry the man who cut thetlironti of nnd robbed the aged Kelly listers in little cnndy store on Jan. 8. Tho jury iilo.'linrgert and Barry's ball of wns rontfnnoil. Tho A Soar Hullofuuto.--------- Jan. 29. -Andrew Weav- er, 05 years of age, was found murdered in frout of the house of his daughter-in-law, Piette about three miles from Co- buiii, this county. There was a large knife wound between the ribs and penetrating the heart. -Fietto Weaver, Jones Auman and his mother, Mrs. Anman, were arrested and taken before justice Garthoff, who com- mitted Fiette as the murderess and the Anmans as accessories. They were brought to jail here. There.had been quarreling be- tween Weaver and. hi" daughter-in-law at different tinies, and she had been heard to say that she would lritl him if she got the chance. Mourning Browning's Death. BOSTON. Jan. Browning nonfflty held memorial exercises for the late Robert Browning in King's chapel. Eav. F. Q. Peabody offered prayer, and Eev. Charles C. Everett delivered a touching ad die's. Poems by K. W. Gilder and C. P. Crunch followed, and Rev. Phillips Brooks pro- nounced a benediction. Letters were read from Professor Charles Eliot Morton, Charles Dudley Warner, George William Curtis and others. fight, dpwu fo wired from c. until Fob. Husband and Wife Both Guilty. Niiw YOBK, Jan. the suit of Capt Frank Harrison, of the Thirteenth regiment, N. G., 8. N. Y, for divorce from Me nife, Nellie Harrises, iu which she interposed a cross suit for, divorce from the captain, each charging the other with adultery, the jury found both parties guilty of adultery; Tho case now gom to Mm special for judgment on the findings of fact. It is prob- able that neither party will be granted a di v ui ue, both being adjudged equally guilty. Anarchist Most Free Again. NEW YORK, Jan The argument on the Jolumn Most writ of coi pus was held in tho private room of the supreme court Presiding Justice Van Brunt gianted a mo- for pending fch9 of appeals. He fixed the on wlrfnh Most may be liberated at Mrs. Hoff- man attached her name to the new bond nnd Most went back to his business, at Hulett's Landing. GI.KHS FAi.tfl, N. Y, Jan, number of Hnletl's Landing b.oen recently entered by burglars. Among them are ttoose of Frederick Condit, of Profi- dencej R. I. James arid T. KitcheH, of New- ark, N. J., and C. O. Kimball, of New York city. Rewards of t'100 are offered for tbe detection of the thieves. Ment. Wright an EmlicMiev. WASHINGTON, Jan. WilliamD. Wright, lately in charge of tho xignnl sei vice coast tolifrrapb- lines in New England, Is missing. An examination of his money ao- comils shows hinvft.-dcJfAHltGr, tQ ,vtlP amount Gmiy_ stopped nil pay. duo the liputonnnt, find asks tho assistance of tho aut.horil i-'s to npp roliond Hie fugitive. from the wires Culled. Dudley Murphy, a leading citizen of Clear water, Kan., was shot in the back by Dr. Straum, a prominent physician of tho town. Mnrjihy was coming out of a drug and Stranm was concealed In 8 stairway and shot him as he passed. Murphy had accused the doctor of intimnuy with his wife. The Congregational church at Dnnven Center, Masa, has boon burned. The loss i< and the insurance The church was an historic one, being the sue- of the ancient Salem village parish in which the witchcraft troubles began Pastor Emit, the Buffalo minister, accused of fraudulent practices, has been dismissed by his congregation. In Jersey City, William O. Nelson (Rep.) was declared elected at the election last -NiwomVr twd of holders of Hudson county which him bocn held by "William Pali-son (Dem.) James Gilbert, formerly a museum giant, and now a private watchman in Bcranton, fa., is to be married publicly to a Salvation Army woman who is four feet six inches tall. The December statenwnt of the New York, Lake Krie and Western 'railroad shows: Net evenings, inciease over December, 1889, Net eai uings, October to December, over samn period 1888, Adam Forepaugh's will gives half the tes- tator's property to the widow and half to the son, after providing (or the support ol testator's father during his life. --TJie estate Is valued at about In a quarrel over the Cronin case in a Chicago saloon, Police Captain_Bchuettler shot Robert Gibbona in the shoulder. The wound is not a f atM one. Banker Citman, of Philadelphia, had hii life Insured for John Canvin, one of the oldest pilots in the New York service, was knocked over- from the American barkentine Ed- ward Gushing by a lurch of tbe vessel off the Highlands on Jan 29 last and. drowued. Mrs, Sarah BMnbridge Hayes, only sur- viving daughter of Commodore Bftinbridge, who commanded the frigate Constitution in tbe fight with the Gueriere in the war of 1813, died of at No. 73 Wesl Twelfth street, New York, Jan. 28. Mrs. Hayes was bom at Perth Amboy in 1804, A Kluge, of New York, undertook to Binnggle through the mails from Germany a Urge quantity of ribbons marked "John Wananuker, costumcr, Philadelphia." Fred Johnson, of South Bristol, N. Y., is charged with having murdered his wife fid burned his residence to conceal the crime, Johnson ij supposed to be in Catiafa. Eastern Shooters Win. CINCINNATI, Jan. eastern and western Uams of the champion trap shooters' combination shot their second match at the Cincinnati Baseball park before an audience of people. The eastern team was successful, winning by a score of 186 to 176. Defalcation Fait] Up. FATEBSON, N. J., Jan. John and Ver- aon Royle, father and brother of Edwin the defaulting seureturyof the board of education, nave scut the board u check cowiiif; the nmoimt of the dnfnlcntion, Protection. PARIS, Jan. The liiireius of tlio cliani- ber of d-'puties ypattjrilay reeled a tariff commUtio. Tho debater winch linvs taken piace in tlio various bmvaiih imlieat'.' that f. nmj rity of lire in favor c' Tpccial 1 1HAUNOBX H. HEASLEI, A W, 148 StaM Street, Trenton, N. 3. NO SMA'frJCRTOG, NO OF TRAINING. Modem Progi; J. HO NON8KNBJS fnl Teeing, IWIN JflSCHEH, i i Hut removed to 216 HAST STATE STREET, next door to Library Hull, fOHN H. OOUSBBOOB-AT-T. A w FOBST A RHIHBT BmLDiue, comer State Waireii Streets. f AW HIJWARn H. Safe Dcppslt and Trurt Do The Shorthand Department Offers the but fvrlHtd for acquiring in Bttnoiciphy. HflFUL Moving, AftttMCd in Shorthand. For Ca'f IOBM, tddi RAPID and Ev J. UrEWATcT, PiUMOIPAt, Box Kft, N. J, 10 mn4 13 Bomtb Orecne Decorating and Art School No 14O SOUTH BROAD STKwft'T, N. J. a Went Bute Butit. Trenton, N. J HAIR ON Makes the lives of many people miserable, causing distress after eating, sour stomach, sick headache, loss of feeiiiig, Bad taste, coated tongue, and irregularity Of Distress theburfels. Dyspepsias After not Bet well of Itself. It i requires careful attention, bating ana a remedy like Hood's Sarsaparllla, which acts gently, yet efficiently. It tones the stomach, regulates the diges- tion, creates a good ap- Sick petite, banishes hesxlache, u and refieshes the mlnrt Meaaacne I have been troubled with dyspepsia. I had but little auuetito, and what I did eat distressed me, or did me Httle good. After eating I would have faint or tired, all-gone feeling, as (hough I had not eaten anything. My trouble was aggravated by my business, painting. Last gAiif spring I took Hood's Sar- i_ saparillaV which did (no an STOIHBCn immense amonnt of good. It gave me an appetite, and my food relished and satisfied the crating 1 had previously experienced." GEOBOE FAQS, Watertown, Mass. Hood's SoWbyalldniKgl'ti. J5. Prepared onlj by C. I. HOOD A CO., Apothectrlei, Lowell, IOO Doses One Dollar On Gentlemen's chocks above tbe beard line, between the eyebrows, moles, warts, redness of the now, etc., destroyed forever, without or near, by the Electric Needle Operation, by Da. TH08. D, 1826 FHii.4. Dn.rHil. rnrftnlMHm. free. tO nil who come-from a flintanco, The old DE. BOARDMAN ii not dead I He is tbe only Doctor of that name that ever lived in Trenton. OFFICE 10 WKST Generally. PAIHTS {AM. JJ, 80HAKBK, jfine Boot Shoe UUSTOM WOUTT A of All dnnn In the But 188 Street, Trenton. AMCKI. .J, KH.1.I.T will be plr-nd to noon any one wanang for lADto Pritta w'" awarded threa Civs 1, Fine fcu best Diawlng fw (Vt, 2, for the b, sign of Decotttlye Art Subject, f6; at Open even flay. TDITIOK, 96 per nsr Crayon, Pastel Drawing, Oil and Water-Color Painting. Drawing from the Cast and Still Life also, Thorough Instructions' in Designing for and PRACTICAL ART. GOOD3 OB 113 SUeet. U not now not h" erei sore cures u JUST ARB1VKQ IAl'1 0 the lluishcis in'tlio Ilirinlngham rolling mill Work and the mill will close. Tbe j R I Death la the DBnvKrt, Colo., Jsn., infer tion received here it tbut tbe second exploring expedition to survey a railroad line through the Grind canyon of Colorado like the first met with a ac- cident. The following letter, dated Tuba City, Ariz., Jan. 21, addr.v-ed toT.JS. C. Hinckley, has boon received from F. Kims, of the expedition; "I was badly in jured in Marble canyon three ago am] nearly killed. My right leg was crashed from the knee to the foot, and I think three of the other men were killed. I have been cine; Binca then, so they tell me. I nm now on my way to Denver for treatment, but am without money or railcoad ticket, and want you to telegraph me f 150 immediately to Window, I will take the cars." the flint expedition went down the canyon Jan. '25, 1869, under commnnd of Frank M. Brown. The party were upset in the rapids and Browu and two men were drowned.' The survivors returned here, nnd the second under command of Robert Stftnton, nhlef .wont out Nov, I A Assortment of Noveltlee in KMBKOIDKKlKS (7-< ST. Afl tin. If- I l- niul ecntive committee that tho association does not favor any reduction of hours of labor of Among which we entirely de- signs never lean before, whlflh we have just 'received tnrongh Mvenl of the largest ImpviUng hon Tork. Wo guarantee th-t no Oner nor bet- ter-made Embroideries in the market, dl, we ennbled to tell thei? new Hsmbnrgi lower prices than any New Tork ireHler U able to offer to you, no who they are, for we bought the- fot ure ab'e to give snrptlllng to yon. Call and compare onr F.mbroioends i with anyothen and P.S. Notice. We hereby give spe- cial notice that all the old and Umbrellas frtia 1000, left bite for covering and refira, must te nithln 80 hoa tkta date, -or will be sold 15th. WAI.LISV City XJall. Twenty etperienco. The ikllllul oomponndlng. "Bi'flAM r." for CoMi, Onjnp t FKVJIlt AND AStTlt AND MAlTA PitftUVlAN BARK and Other TKY TH Ktf. lTAUTA WJ. W, I.ODK OUT FOR We have purchased the store North of us and intend to build on the two lots I ho lincsl Store in Ircnlon! our itofk to do thin, RHADY- MADIi CF.OTIIING! and Orrici .W. ft A. A K a H, I, V, J. i j .j, i i i If MKltCHAN'r .TAU j. B. IIOBEN8ACK, C-d PA. In WH t F. H. 9 1. 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