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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOU VITT. NO. TKKNTON, FKIDAY AKTKKNOON, FK1WUAKY 14 18SO. lERRORISM IN FLORIDA. Deplorable State of Affairs in Madison County. THE CRIMINALS EEION SUPREME And liw Abiding Citizens Four for Their Threatened with Auaulnatlon bya Mob If froseoutioni Did Not Ceite. In Senate and House. WASHINGTON, Keb attorney gen- eral has seat to the senate in response to senate rcsolu ion of 4th instant copiei of couimnnicatlons between the officials of the United States circuit court, Northern dis- trict of Floilda, aud the depir ment of jus- tice, in md Deceuibji, lbS9 The oorrespoudcuca relates to the election troubles in Madison county, Fla. Marshal Mizell wrote to the attoiaey gen- eral that it was impossible to enforce uny process in Madiion county A possn of six- teen sent out under instructions of the United States attorney was not able to ac- complish nnj thing A political pi isoner was resitted by a mob m Gads len, and another offender was ed from arrest by a mob. They Feared Assassination. The marshal telegraphed the department later that a sufficient could not be or gftnizsd because the men who could be em- ployed were unreliable, because reliable men feared assassination, and because mem- ben of poises could not obtain shelter or aid for themielves or their animals. J N Stripling wrote Nov 9 that the entire tj was terrorized It was impossible to establish the identity or whereabouts of offenders because, basing their opinion on past experiences, the inhabitants did not bo lieve a sufficient force of deputies would be sent to protect them from assfiircmation. Prosecutions Muftt Cease, Or The murder of John Bird had made it as difficult to find witnesses as to arrest crim- inala The immunity allowed law breakers in Madison county had encouraged the crim- inal classes m other counties Judge Swayiie he had been visited by a delegation from Alachma county, headed by J. V. Bhipman, the Republican candidate for govei uor at the lost election, who Implored them Jo cease bringing prcascutlons because D A Barnes, a prominent Republican, had bccu called out of his house by a mob and notified that if there wei e any more prose- cutions he would be murdered Mr Strip- ling recommended that a mtlitaiy company be established in Madiaou county, nnd that large rewards be offered for the ringleaders of tbo mob Dublin E ft R McNatr, C. B McNair, A D Stnnton and William TT Qoodbread Uuder date Nov 13 Mr. 8li ipling informed the attorney general B. C. Sadler, supervisor of registration in Alqchma county, had pleaded guilty to two indictments fui rafusmg to register Pi eminent Republicans had rec- ommended that judgment be postponed to December, 1890 and badler released on bail, with the idea of ultimately suspending judgment, and this lecommendaticm Mr Stripling (in view of tndler s proii Isss) in- dorsed. Totes Thrown Out. Philip Walter, chief rvisor of registra- tion writes, Nov 26 in 700 precincts at least ten persons m each piecmct were kept Off thfl rppisf I-ntinn liqt" nnH that tharj Republican votes were thrown out after they had been cast Under date Nov IS, the attorney general wrote Attorney Stripling that the pro- grAmme for letting off Sadler did not com mend itself to his judgment and that the president concurred in this view To Uphold Election Frauds. The foreman of the giand jury rote to the attorney general Dec. 11 thfit the jiuy was satisfied that a largd organization for the resistance of arrest of any one charged with violating the election laws exited in Madison county and that no ordinary posse cuuld go into the county and effect en ar- rest. The only effectual way would be to tend a mounted posse into the county to re- main there long-enough to acquaint them- mlb, uuJ Ihe ujunnry, and to post reliable men on the borders of the county, and to otter a reward of not less for the arrest of West, Stanton Rufm McNair Accompanying the report a rtatment of expenditures of the circuit court during November and December, 1889, which in- cludes the amount claimed by Marshal Mizell for earned and expends incurred The first comptroller wys it wai impossible from the accounts rendered to deti rmme how much of this amount was earned and expended in the United States circuit court The total expenditure of the conrt was the number to mak u tjj M 11 Thesenate joint resolution i u the people of the United States ol tiazil n tbe adoption of a Republican foim ot go, ernmeut was passed uuannnously Consul eration of the code of rults wus then cceded with An amendment n is ml pud requiring the titles of comm ttee rtpc i ib to be entered m the journal Mi Cai nt n re- ported an amendment to rule 15 (it'at u0 It roll calls) so ns to provide th it nlui tbe n pall a request to record a voto 01 in n< e'ti a pair shall not be entertained unless tht member's name has been noted under clause 8 of the rules Amending the Kuleg Clause 8 is amended so as to read at follows Ou the demand of any mtml ei 01 at the suggestion of the speak i the mimes of members sufficient to make a quoi um n tbe hall of the house, who do not si U bo by the clerk and reccrde 1 m ih journal and reported to the sp aker uitl the names of tbe members voting uud 11 counted and announced in determining tht presence of a quorum to do business Iht amendment was adopted Another amendment, reported by Mr Cannon, providing that executive communi cations and senate bills may be referred tbe speaker to the appropnate committee boing submitted to the house was adopted Mr Crisp (Ga) offtred an amendmem to the clause of the rule providing that IK dilatory motion shall be -entei tamed bj tbe speaker, adding the words but a de mand for the ayes and noes shall not be con sidered dilatory Mr Adartm '111) suggested that as the de maud for tho ayes aud noes was a constitu tional right Vbe words suggested were super erogatoir Mr Crisp letorted that fion experience he had learned tnat no safe-gum i that could be put around the coustitutioi could be considered as a work of superci oga tion Mr Struble (la.) said that while he fol lowed as well as he could the leader of hi side the house, and wbilo he looked w itL suspicion upon amendmeut coining from the Democratic side, he thought thai the Republicans would do wisely to adopi Mr Crisp's amendment Mr Dingley (Mi thought that mibchief might come fiom UK declaration that a demand for the yeas and nays was never dilatory One membei might make the demand, it might bo rt fused, another man might repeat it aud n might again be refused, and so on ad mfln itum Mr. Crisp's amendment was yeao 119, nays, 149 Mr Crisp then, off ro an amendment providing that thespeakei shall not m any case refuse to entertain an appeal from his decision, which afttr some dtecussion was lost yeas, 113, nays I'D The house committee on patents has au thonzed a favorable report on the inter national copyright bill CHICAGO'S FIERCE FIRE Jne Fireman Fatally and Seveial Othen Seilousl? Injured. CHICAGO, Feb 14 Fire m the street comer of the Farewell block caused a loss of and the entire city flie department with difficulty restrained the further spread of the flirnes WoikBros nnd laylor Bros, were burned out. William ballander, of Truck 2, fell from a ladder, striking on his head on the stone pavement He was terribly cut, his skull fractured, and he will probably die John Meyers, of Truck 1, fell with the crashing in of the third floor, and was dragged out unconsoions It is thought that he will re- cov'er Three other firemen were badly cul about the face aud hands by flj ing glass, but not dangerously hurt fL In the WASHINGTON, Feb In the senate a of blllswtio 16fujled tl om COiiimH- tces and placed on the calendar, among them one for the establishment and mainte- nance of Indian industrial schools m Michi- gan and Smith Dakota The bill appropri- ating for a public building at Port- laud, Ore was passed. Consideration of the bill to provide a temporary government for Oklahoma was then resumed, the pend- ing question bains: Mr Plumb's amendment to Include No Man's tand within the teifl- Tho Oklahoma Bill Pitted. Mr. Veit, m supporting the amendmeut, said he agreed with Mr Ingalls to Improved condition ot the five civilised tribes, He had not said, as Mr. Ingalls Intimated, that No Man's Land was a refuge for outlaws; but he astwrled now that so far at the law of property were conce< bed Ho MHO'S Lund was m an anomalous and nnwt- fofatloty condition. And so, indond, was whole Indian territory, with fall luUtttlon to pay the Indians A fair price for Cherokoo outlet, he thought that the best thing that could be done was to add No Man's land to the territoiy of Oklahoma After further discnadou on the amend- ment, a vote tflken mtd it was to: Yeas, 27, nays, 16. Mr. Plnmb offered Uli amendment attaching the Chorokso out- let to Oklahoma for judicial puipoftae, but the amendment' was rejected. Bonu fur- ther foi'idal amendments were to and the bill was passed. In the nouot session the nomination of Daniel Dorchester to be of Indian schools was confirmed without fur- ther debate Mr Sherman, from the committee on for- relations, reported the Russian treaty with the objectionable clause (declaring in Attempt on the life of a czar not a political Offense) eliminated This treaty was recom- niltted to the committoo recently because of objections to th pirliuilnr clause The British extradition treaty was taken op and discuaSqd at ROIAO length Senator Groy made a speech against the provision of the treaty providing extradition for manslaughter and f IF obtaining undei pntences. A number of on this Rubiect were made nnd tbn adjourn il witliouv tailing any onai action rn tho Home 7 Fib 14 hMH was approved, Is the League Bluffing? NEW Feb VValtei Appleton, of the New York League Baseball club, has returned from Klmira To a crowd of newspaper men he hinted that Danny Bichaidson, the famous second base man, would sign a League contract and play in his old position this season. Mr Apple- ton said also that Mike Kelly will sign a League contract within two weeki Among thn Players' league men there is a disposi tion to stamp the whole affair as a piece of league bluffery, designed to work distrust nmoiig the pincers, and thus weaken_their 01 gauTaalTuii Duuuy is as sold as a said one Brotherhood man, "and as fol Mike Kelly, the League magnates cannot touch him League adherents on the other hand declare their firm belief that if Rich- ardson bad not positively signed he had given his word to Mr Appleton to stand by the old club Coal Operators PumRuiiQ, Feb 14 executive com- mittoe of the coal operators of western Pennsylvania met in conference in this city yesterday. The conference was called for the purpose of effecting an arrangement tor a joint conference of operators and miners to arrange a scale for tho year beginning MKYI, 1890. It was agieed that the mine owners of western Pennsylvania would join nlth upumtuis1 eumiulttesB of omer states'" attending a convention to establish a ectle, time and place o( the convention to be "grocd upon later Olson's Broad Challenge. BobA.H, Feb Dlxon, chum- pinn colored bantam weight of Boston, of- fell, to fight any man in the world at 114 give or take a pound, for a side. He will fight Cat McCarthy with skin gloves ten men on a side, for the same Dizon has posted a forfeit of at The Police Oazette office, thin city. from Lotteij. BruAWATKK, Minn Feb 14 The general which has boon going on regard- ing the attempt to engraft the lottery upon North Dakota has driven C F Brigstrong ejaty. He imagines he has prizes ot and respectively, and is a donpsrateeffort to get bogus chect" cashed Brown University Alumni Meet BoSTOK, Feb annual reunion end banquet of Brown University Alumni last night at Young's was attended hy 125 mem- bers, including ez Governor W illiam Boston, who was elected president of the association; President Andrews, of the university, Hona. R. B. Stoddard, Joseph Walker and F. A (Jortell, of Worcester, ex Qovenior Claflin, Jadge Staples, Hon. Nicholas Hathaway, of River, Professor J. M English. A Clergyman a Verdict. Feb the Suit for dxnages brought by Rev A p Mil. ler, a colored clergyman, ,st the Peo- ple's line of Albany and York steam- boats because of his being refused a state- room, the jury gave a verdict for (500. The company claimed that alt the staterooms were engaged n hen Mr Miller applied for one, but the jury was not convinood thnt such was the cose, Montnnn ftpnntnrfl In Oregon. ,Feb H Jonoph A. Batery- D .T William Thointon, W. S Tocher, S G It dd nnd William Porberry, Dpmocrntic m of llm Montana state p nro n B'ikoi says that fhfy win rnnnlnoniuli (I Montana until tho Ipgislntm i n Ij us MHO die. Book Job Work done at iHEREPOrll SUBMIT I ED. 1 he Parnell Conimission Hands Down Its Verdict. FOUGlHUh TOUCHED LIGHTLY. Sir. 11 Txoncrated ID n Mlhl Man- Dnvltt COIUPS in for Considerable ipt-is Stvere- In bplrltlns LONDON Feb 14 rtport of tbe judges couprisiug tbe Parnell special com mission just lai I before tba bt Use of com mons surpi ised nobodv anlis not 1 koly to affoidevua blight digrto of s ti faction to eithei bids IbJ vtry cumpli meut that can be paid to u is to wiy that it fa temp i ate and displays a pilpable at. tempt ou the part ot its f miners to be as fair as thur auti lush bias will permit them to be The Forgeries Lightly Touched The chaiges lire ught against the Parnell- ites, forming the subject matter for the commission's consideration, aje treated ol under sixty nine distinct heads. The most disappointing feature of the document u the treatment of tbe which it was presumed would be exhaustively discussed and unreservedly characterized Instead of seizing the opportunity to Impress the country with desire to be impartial, which the subject afforded, the commission has dismissed the whole matter in precisely 161 words, as entirely unworthy of then consideration, except to condemn the im- position practiced upon The Tunes by the instigators of the forgeries American Newspapers Arraigned. Sixteen pages of tho report, howevtr, ore devcted to arraigning Irish, Irish American and Amencnn uewspapeis for incitomeut of crime in Ireland Each of the accused per sons is deult with sepirat ly, Mr Davitt coming in for the largest share of the com mission's severe judgment which is, per haps, no more than could be expected, since Mi Davitt was more severe in dealing with his accusers aud more outspoken in his opm ions concerning the government, its motives in appointing the commission and its ex pectations from the labors of that body, than any of tbe men who testified or spoke during the sittings. On tbe whole the re- port is generally regarded as a very small return for tbe time, tiouble and expense in cident to the commission's investigation. Ihe Judgment of the CoinmitiMlon. The upsLotof the report, or jvhat mny b  III while, bet. dal j th (.MS i Tor Murder hui at 1 un km 1 11 N H 1-1 II boie and tlio Mul i of Hlrarn Sent lit ton Is boll t bo bill tire 1 d ttttiv s m 1 poll mam i ep e i s ai e ti in0 cr n u H b li vtd, bus b iMth Hi un bavvtelle ab ti bi Ib i 1 11 a leetntly th is its c vi S 11. b uu I I II i t u 1 un 1 and as I II i 1 it V foul u t nin Ut i, i mi u 1 his I n 1 Mu ii the t h I i ist 0 it i and act 11 it not tbe actual n u 1 l r lln d IIIIM itoiy evidi'iito ikt f mur- dtiuiwt osnlii uweiopu 1 s d i 11 b ro and b ne ban ti lued to the s ss n of tbe prisoner Ihuv include u b at d new ear- pent l s ax tu do the kill inland a shovel to dig tho vict n s nt mid n bnnd lump to aid tbe asbis n u In opeiittnns. The cai punt i i I itcliet, w is tl h 1 up out of foal i u I alls Along tho ed0e of the ax ueie stuns and clots eif ble id and s uck t tho Uuidlu a bbie. 1 of 1 uuifin fl bh Tbe mo t d imnmg evid n j of nil is tho hu d at Smart's n Ho I) I i ic a week itist ediitbda) U t sninn In} that Hirniu ilirhtid from then iniatll) h stu Iheie Has bl )td on the cushlone 1 s itt f U buggy, b ood boaktd thu k in bolle at i 1 the buttuw, Hid ou the oilcloth m the I )t torn, antimoie blood (U tho lug ctuimg theollthtb Iheludi itious seem t tbothetrv that bavin, lured Hiriim fi m Bost m by b gin ttlotiams, nut bin at the ti am civ tbe atiuuoon of Feb o the aud diove ofT with him Ilnani was not aeo again, but Ibaac retumel the tame meht alono at U JO In the meantime- ho had dm en toward bprmgvale au 1 st-eii by Farmer linnkm and the daughter, both of whom noticed that he had a companion and that ho had ft buudlo m the back ot bib bug covtred jrith a rul Ur cloth Ihe companion is tuppoied to bo accomplice FOR1Y-ONE WERE SLAIN. Further Particulars of the Si- berian Massacre 01 I II IN IH U IN IOIMI Would n Kot p to Sut The t I xll 4 >f n n 1 lAIls I I llu sil, n I li u tli it t t is up 11 1 11 In 1 n eId hu tut COlllful t it t ui 1 1 t I i utara of i ut n nl and u th in at M tliit Muio Itj vu 11 n iifUr htr i ciotis tro it afur i III iniif to t i of t h r 3 n u n i it f 1 up M m Si 1 v u i n a vu urn of bis M L j (L 1 t su h ati o tucuuuhd tituth soon Paraell party fn America The report re- views the histoi j of the league and declare! that the leaders combined to injure the land lords and drive them out of the couutiy by means of the system of boycotting, thereby being guilty of criminal conspiracy Le Caron and Paruell. Touching the contradictory evidence of Le Caron and Mr Purnellover their interviews in the corridor of tho house of commons in 1881, the commission holds that the balance of probability was in favor of the accuracy of Le Caron. It was clear that Le Caron wrote to Devoytocome to Europe to see Par- nell PainQll denies that he told lie Caron tnat he bad long ceased to hclleve in anything but the force of arms as a relief for Ireland, baring hf> -Unit! on the fact that he never thought so It is not (mposBib'e that in conversing with a supposed revolutionist Mr Parnell ex pirunrl himself in SUP b as to leave the impression that he with those who favored revolution. The American The American conventions are quoted as proving the identity of the sympathy and sentiments ot the Irish leaguers with the physical force party Tho mass of evidence proved that that the league in America since 1883 has been directed by the Clan-jia- Gael and been actiMy engaged in promot- ing the use of dynnmita for thu destruction of life and prop rty in England It is not proved, however, that Mi Parnell knew the position ot the Clan OncI, Press Comments. The Dally News eajs the report of the Parnell contm 1ms vindicated at once the character of t'ie Iriih leaders and the Integrity (f the English bench Three up- right judges, whose pr.ejudnes, if they exist at all, am all ngnimt borne rule, have Bleared public lifn_ot_nn ucly nlniicl Tho lelegrnph is unable to say that the protracted and costly investigation hu borne vert vn'nnWc f n Joins (showmc; tho il tho pie plant and how soon dris it begin to ptut' A Nitvnl SttiRution 1 xpected WASHINGTON Teh private ad viceb leeemd jit th) nnvy depm tmont l' would tbxt the an ival of tbe Ulilttt States sti.im-.bip Ent< i pris in JN w ork fiom Europe tai mil month will be tb signul for somew hat of a sensation in nava tircles, Ihib vessel is u ider tho cominan of Commandtr B H MtOalla whu has tin reputation of bung u si net disciplinarian Hu hai been soma abroad and ib now on bis way home, bearing thtj body of ex Mm ibter Pcnlletou, uho dad m German} Up- ward of sevent) seamen the letters icfen ed to state have d bertcd from time to lime unable to bear wb it consider the tain s harshness, sud tl ere is a rumor of his having struck one man-with Ins swor 1 in lum sjverelj Ensign Klmeaml C hu I Engineer I utwistle aio now under haltlieb for oQ us s awaiting Hi arrival of tiie ship borne when there will b at least two court raartials Kline's off rise, it ib stated, was sletpmg on Udtch and denjmg it Tho of fenst for which I r Pntniatle nassus pendt-d was talking biuk to thocoinnmn br tFn latin ias adinmisteiing n re poof Ihe (fflc in weie havmn a c n vtrsi'i n o the goes, when tie coin mand i tj k occasion t Us language winch led ihe r to lemonstrate tot Ibis be wab luiptiaoned below deck Minors Wish Own Doctor InoNWooD, Mich FeD 14 day shift at tbe Aure ra mine went on a strike at noon and togelhoi with the shift are hold ing a meeting in Pierce's hall Ihetiouble nrisfsovir tllfi artlnn nf Ulokln son, of Ann ra, in discharging two mint physicians and appointing M< Leod It is customar} in the mines of Life Superior to keep a dollar a month out of the wages ol the men, winch goes to'a mmo phjsician The men saj that all thiy nsk is t'ic d illar which is every montli out of their wages and tbe privilege of their own physicians Neiily4iO jE the miners are m attendance at the in etmg It is cur rently reported that If the d or in an extended written address ou the system ng porated in his bill At the conclusion of hit> speech tbe bill was laid over until the fol lowinc dav Mms Sil i 1 1 in 1 10 uint mil tu K r stntlun bj this au fill t nt t hum ntly th iniuncpd tho hi 4i 1 this she nttiattfil u of tho diitttor, M hu thui ap proachcd htr with tho suruo luiult1! ho hail heaped upon h i sifter Tho monstrous ro of tho dirtct >r m having hoi publicly flogged fjllowi 1, and this punishiiitut wus Qtc d by inhuman incidents which I r )b il 1} had nioro to do in driving her to suuik thin tho to which she had been subj ct d Imtj one wei o Killed The in th  Lu iwu that the r utnbfr of killed am unt d to furty one NtvvVuf uirur has ion bo n oirculntod UiKisn mil it his inspire 1 tho Nihilists itli now r Up u hnrning the paitttulnrs and realiz- ing tho unu i rsal prot fct and violent fet-ling iht cus> u 1 UIOUM, tho dispatt h d nn oflit r to r pine thu director and or leicd that aftlual to nport at St Peters- urg Mrs J 1 lieu IciHtcr Ai CTiOSt 14 J Ellen Fos- ttr of tho Worn ns Chiistmn lumper mce unif n ad Ire st I th b o mnitteo on tin alroho ic liquor ti illl la I ot tins puv sig nf the bill intjod n 1 m the bouao b> li Dintf ty t pi i It- Jt i ii commicsion on ih 'iiibj ct of ai 01 li liquoi tratth an i tho bill introdiict d bv Mr Stiuble prohib- iting the transpjrtatun of liquors f i f n aiiysUto ot tli Dntrutcf C lunibu i ito anj ollu i state 01 t nitoi) 1 1 ir in violation of tl 1 iw- tliPiinf L f1 lit ir T-u ashin0t i S i liu f liowod in an it 1 Ir -1) in p[ 'ith n t 1 1 1 t bills J Stcnj n crcl r> t tli U n 1 ni[ PI in o union ud A M PJU H rji nti u tlio National in] utimu union, a sj ko in f ivor of I IS in the mo'.t ItgatH form THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUICE OP OF CALIFORNIA, Combined with the medicinal virtues of plants known to be most beneficial to the human system, fcuming 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 KIDPYS, LIVER AND BOWELS. It is th -most excellent remedy known to CLEANSE THE SYSTEM EfFECTUALLY When one is Pilious or Constipated THAT- PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING 8LIBP, HEALTH ana S FitcNU i H NATURALLY FOLLOW Every one is using it and all are delighted with it ASK YOUR DRUOOIST FOR Peculiar In combimtion, proportion, and prepwatlonL ol Ingredients, Hood's _Saraapa- rllla possesses tire cnratira value of the best known rcmc- 1 1__ tlie rogotnble I IOOC1 O kingdom. Peculiar In its strength ind economy, Ilood's Sirsnparllla Is tlio only medicine of which cm truly he said, One Hundred Doses Ono Dol- lar Peculiar In It? medicinal merits, Hood 3 Sinaparllla accomplishes Clues oitherlo un- knum., _ _ I andhas the title of "Tho grcitest Wood pnrlflerever Pocul'ar fn Its "good name at thoro H mora of Hood's Sarsa- sold In Lowell than ot all other blood purifiers. Peculiar In Its phenomenal record of I sales abroad no other! ever attained so rapidly nor held so steadfastly tho ponfldenco of clashes ot people. Peculiar in tlio brain-work which It represents, Hood s Sarsaparilla com- bines all tho knowledge which modern research _ medlcal science has I O llSCII developed, with miny yeiri practical expcrlcnoo In preparing medicines snio to get only MANUFAWURED ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. KT HEW H f. JUST ARRIVED AT Vv' r, A Grand Amort mint of Very Novelties In Rolf! Try nil drucr1''tfl riroparpd only bjC I HOOD A, Lowell, Mail, Doiea One Dollar KMRROIBKRIKS Among which are entirely row 4e- elgna never >een before, which We hftvejnft received throngh of the largest Importing in New Yo'k We ffutrtntee that no finer nor bet- ter-made Fmbrotderlfi are in the market, and. all, that we are en-bled to cell these bcantlfu new Pamborgs at positively lower prlou than any York retailer is able to offer to TOO, no matter who they are, for we bought for caih, and are Hb e to give surprising baf aim to yon. till and compare onr with any others compare F 8 Notice hereby Rive spe- cial notice that f 11 the old and UmbrellM from 1889, left for covering repairs, moat called for within 30 days from date, or will be told fo 15th. WALUS1, Xlis.ll. i1 WO and p Valtee e1 Oeleb-ated Spring Styles now on Sale. 16 Kiuit BUto IIAMMONI SUCCKSSKUT. SI'KCIAT-ISTS, CAl'AnTfK, KNKUnici-ic WOKKKKS. NO NON-EfWENirAIfl, NO NONSENSE In it. OF TRAILING. fol Ttvhlmf. Aftntlon. It" faotor; Progit he Shorthand Hepartmeiit StrS the Ttiy for skill in SUnov.iphj. RAPID 8 For vidiH BB0TNB J. B-1JSWAWT, BOX Kfl, Tn-uiOB, N. J. 1O and 13 South Qrooue Btiast DONE IN K FIRST-CLASS MANNER, AND AT SHORT NOTICE AND FAIR PRICES, AT THE Trenton Times J O 1 Yinting i Department WASHINGTON MARKET BUILDING, Corner of Front and South "road Streets. OUT 1'OR KAKCAIM We have purchased the store North of us and intend to build on the two lots j ii flic lincsl, Olorc 'in ircnlonl We get rid of oar to do 'h'l, RliADY-MADH t t 1 L it i 11 A MltUCHANl T i i it 10 NOkiU (iRKkNK Sl'RhKi; Advertise, YOUR "WANTS"   

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