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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOT- vi n. NO. A BASEBALL SENSAHON 1 he American Association to Be Reorganized BElAlLSOr lilt ALLrGrU DIAL. Tbo Biooklju Vlhletic Ilul I i mure- Wash- ington Indl inupulls St Louia and De- tiolt TtaiUK to Compose the New Asso- ciation NEW March 2t> special to The World from Columbus 0 Buys A base- ball sensation bas just leaked out that is calculated to sni the American and At- lantic fiom end to end. Presi- dent is supposed to be working on the scheme, which was divulged to a reporter last night by a gentleman who stands high and is well known in baseball circles In brief the scheme is as follows hat the Scheme Is "Syracuse Rochester and lolt do ale to be dropped fiom the American and Baltimore Wllliesign trim the Atlantic association The American association will then be com posod as follows Brookl} n Athletic Baltt more and Washington m the east and Co- lumbus, Indianapolis, St Louu and Detroit in the west President Pbelps is to buy the Louisville franchise foi 000 and turn It over to Detioit "Syracuse and Rochester were admitted to the Ameru an association free, and with the understanding that they would surrender their franchises whenever requested, pro- vided they were paid for whatever player! the association decided to take A Serious Blow "The reporter s informant said he did not much care whether the deal went through or not That it is being woi ked upon there Is no doubt f he clubb in New York state will probably wake up and do a little hustling themselves It would be a serious blow to them to be forced out of the Amen cnn association after the outlay they have made Baltimore appears to be a certainty THE NEW TREATY The British Extradition Memure to Go into htlHif April 4 WASHIMJTON March X Ear nson bas issued a proclamation announcing that the n< Bntis-h extradition tieaty will go into effect ten days bwice, or on April 4 By the tel ma of the new treaty pro- claimed the tenth or extradition article of the treaty of 1843 between Gi eat Britain and the United States is amended and extended so as to embrace a number of crimes not mentioned in the original treaty The added list includes manslaughter, counterfeiting, embezzlement fraud by bailee, banker or agent, perjury rape, burglary, piracy, re volt or tonspuacy on board thip and crimes against the laws of both countries for the suppression of slavery or slave ti ading The treaty further provides that a fugi tive criminal shall not be surrendered if the offense in respect of which his surrender is demanded be one of a political character, or if he proves that the requisition for his surrender has in fact boon made with a to try or punish him for an offense of a political character No surren- dered under the amended treaty shall be iriable or tried or be punished for any po litical crime or offense, or for any act con nected therewith, committed previous to his extradition nor shall he be triable or be tried for any crime or offense committed prior to his extradition other than the of- fense for which he was surrendered until he shall have an opportunity of returning to the counti j f i om which he was surrendered. To Change Mnsnachuaetts' Libel Law. BOSTON, March 26 house committee on the judiciary gave a hearing on various petitions and orders looking to a change in the law of libel, particularly as applied to newspapers. Many papers in Boston and its vicinity were represented Counsel for the petitioners presented a bill which pro- vided that in civil suits for libel a prompt retraction or apology made upon notice from the party injured may be cited to re- but the presumption of malice A num her of editors and others were heard, gen- erally in support of the bill Papers pro- testing against the passage of the bill signed by 240 remonsti ants were presented, and the committee was addressed by counsel against Its passage The committee took the mut- ter under advisement A faoKAge lor Luckleo Benwell. NIAGARA FALLS, Out, March 26 package about a foot long, four inches wide and two inches thick has just arrived by mail addressed "F C Benwell, Niagara Falls, Ont From Cheltenham, England." It is said to contain photographs and pho- grnph hangers. Information has boon re- ceived from Rev Mi Pelley, of Saffron Walden, England, father of young DougUa; R. Pelley, who figured so conspicuously in the Birchell preliminary emmination, stat- ing that he has boon in communication with different people in England who have hud business dealings with Birchelltnnd all have cause to regret that they ever had anythine to do with him 6 Fatal Fall from a Church. LAWRENCE, Mass., March ner, Dolphice Renault and Michael Mulvey, painters, while at work on the Bodwell Street Methodist Episcopal church, were thrown to the ground by the breaking of staging Gardner was killed and Mulvey and Renault badly injured The two latter are now at the hospital Gardner was mar- ried. Fanny Davenport a Fail. BUFFALO, March 28 Fanny Daven- poit was unable to appear at the Academy last night During the performance of Tosca" Monday evening Miss Davenport ac- cidentally fell heavily upon the itage, sus- taining painful though not serious injuries Her physician says she willbe ablatoappoar in a Hay or two She Cul Her Own Throat. PAWTULKET, R t, March Maria Lightly, aged S3, wife of William Lightly, living in Fauntame street, this city, was found dead In her house by her husband at noon with her throat cut She had com- mitted suicide while he was away at work. No cause is assigned for the act Laiterl on Strike. BBCH.HTOV, Mass March 26 last- era In the employ of James Means ft Co Bare struck by order of the Lasters1 union men claim that the work required upon certain new grade of buff shoos the union rotes, and it is impoMible to m.ke a fair day i pay A HlRUhlndef. Flftr Tear Sentence. SAN Alarch Chuck, the uotoiioiii has been sen' ten'eJ to n ii'ir i in.nl for ml ing i 1rk The vegetable kingdom is the only souioe from which the Ingicdlonts of Hlre'i Cough an obtained, bence no fear of hai-ihig thamoet del- ascents L'RKNTON. WMllNKHUAY AFTKKNOON. MAKC'H 1880. TWO THE SAXTON BILL Governor Hill a from Albany AIBANY, Mare.li Hill has sent to the a communication in which he commends the objects whii_h the Baztou ballot reform bill professta to ac complish but expresses his belief that the bill Is not constitutional and refuses to sign It in its present condition Ho rec that a joint leso ution be aised by the leg islatuie rthputfull) nqutsting the court of apptals tm 1 second divisions) to con vent at tht ir earliest possible tonvuinuce for jmi pose of examining this measuie and eij their opinions informally as to the constitutionally ot tho piovioiona thereof The goveiuor intnuatts thit ho will ap- prove the bill if the court of ap[ tills declares it constitutional The senate and assembly both sent the communication to their lespective judlciarj committees by nai ty votes. In the senate Sen itoi Hawkins spoke against tile Jamaica bay fish bill which he chaiacterized as un invasion of home rule Mr Stadlei sold that the people of Long Island the bill with the exception of eight men, who by their nets strovins the hsuiiig m Jamnici 1 nv The newspnp tho state also f tho bill Mr Hawkins domed that the flbh caught in Jamaica biy were used ai feitiluers The bill was f ir a few against against poor fish is a natural food of men, and the ca ch snould not be regu ated in the proposed manner Nets ary not set for menhaden m Jamaica bay He s] oke long and eai ntstly on the matter Mr U Lonuor slid that lrj 000 p had petitioned for the bill Mr Hawkins said that Commissioner Blackford held that fashing with hues was not improved by prohibiting nets in Karitan bay Mr htndler stated that the flsh commis- sion favoied the bill The bill was ordered to a third leading VIOLENT DEATHS GALORE The Grim Deri ruyei B Ilnrvcut in March ji Quite a number of accidents and shooting ore urrnd within two days ciusmg the loss ot i num bei of Uiai les Swauson was thiown Irom a lunawaj cui down an in lin m the Goveinor mmo and killed On tht same afteriuou Chules Hart working in the doctnda mine on A pan mountain was struck in the back bv a pitsit, rf 10 causing injuries from which he died Both leave families At Trmiel 11 John McDcrm tt we i king m the Forbes eoal mine was killed b) the tall ing of ii rock At Idaho Sprmhs young Olson was kicked in thi be id by a 1 orse and Ins skull fractutel He will probably die John PJend and John Pognn quarreled in a saloon at Crested Butte and I o0na was shot dead At Coloi a Jo Spring tw o I b nn mod Rv an and Fold goe, into auifflculty Kjau stint k Ford on the head with u club fracturing his skull He cannot i oc At Gleuwood rings Matthsw Kellogg, a prominent ranchman of Rifl Creek went to Rifle station in company with a hned man named Davis The} becime mtc xic ited had a quarrel, but letiirued home at night, when the quarrel was losumed and the} camo to blow s Dav-is w as getting the worst of the fight, when ho drew a kuifo ami it into Keliogjj's mfl cling a teirible wound, from which he cannot recover Davis has been arrested At Durango, Coio, J P Archden, a prominent citizen while ill with typhoid fevei, arose fiom hi-, bed and fell, striking his head, cans ng injuries from which he died shortly after At Gieely Geo g C Freem in w hose par- ents live m Milwaukee blew his biams out Cause uuitquite 1 love In this utj Casper Peppermyer, of Bur hngton, la was killed while attempting to stop a runaway team A Pan-American Honetniv Scheme WASHINGTOV March '6 report from a raajont) of the committee on monetary comtntiou has been presented m the Pan American congress The is signed by Delegates Mexia Alfonso, Silva and Zelays Messrs Oooiidge jnd Estee, delegates from the United States, submitted o minority r-port The majonty recom mended thit an International American Moue ary union be established, that ai a basis for this union an international silver coin be issued which shall be a legal tender in the counti represented in this conference, that to Rive full effect to this recommenda- tion there shall meet m Washington a com Mission composed of one delegate from each nation which shall determine the quantity, value and proportion of the international com and its relation to gold that this com- mission moot m Washington In a years time or less after the final adjournment of this convmtion Florence NlghtlngHlc'H Allilootlon OXADO, Mich March 20 Florence Night- ingale, a 1? year-old farmer's daughter, went to the pump from the rear door of the house when two men seized, gagged and carried her off They failed to get her into a car rlage and ran with her through the town, she struggling furiously In the back part of the town she broke away from her captors and fell into Farmer Black's doorway, the door being opened Just as a man ran up to seize her bhe had been tied and gagged and morphine administered to stupify her The marshal and posse subsequently cap- tured three men unknown here, who are be- lieved to be the abductors They are in jail She Wanted to See a Funeral. WASHINGTON, March Jennie Page, a colored girl 14 years old, is m jail at Rock- ville, Md on a charge of assault with in- tent to kill Jennie put arsenic on the bread and molasses which she gave to the three children of her mistress, the wife of a farmer named Theodore Smith Bhe said that she Sad never seen a dead person and that she was anxious to witness a fnneral It is thought that the girl is Physicians hope to save the lives of two of the children Governor Beaver's Proclamation. HABRISBUKO, Pa, March Governor Beaver bus issued a proclamation calling Ihe attention of tho manufacturers of Penn sylvania to tho international exhibition to be held on the Island of Jamaica in Jan- uary, 1891, under the auspices of the gov eminent of that Island Tariff Reduction In the liny Stutc. BOSTON, March 26 resolution favor ing a reduction of the duties upon Iron ore, coal, coke, scrap iron, etc, has been ad verseily repotted by the housa committee on federal relations The Democratic mi- nority of the committee dissent from committees report Fatally Injured by a Horse FALL RIVER, Mass March iW Alfred Bordon was throwjLfrom his horse and hid his leg broken The horse than ran over Miss- Crime 11 CM, pausing it inal In When Macbeth Ironically asked, "Canetthon minister to a mini ho little knew that mankind would ore day bo blessed with -Avert IQ pnrttjlng the blood this ni teimitoto ONE YEAR FUR I HER OFF. 1 he World's Fair Postponed Until 1893. THE BILL PASSED IN THE HOUSE. Several Amendment! Made to the Meal- Belden'H Fiery At- tack on Chicago'! Financial Hacking Not a Dollar Shown Thus Far, He Said. WASHIHGTCV, March W the house Mr Candler (Mass called up the World's fail bill The bill was read and Mr Candler, in behalf of the committee, offered an amend ment providing that the commission shall appoint a board of lady managers, of such number and to perform auoh duties as may be prescribed by the and thi board may appoint one or more members ol all committees authorized to award prlsei for exhibits whioh may be produced in whol  the members from New York for the guarantee they had promised, nnd lo and behold they produced a paper marked "exhibit A Ihe first name on it was B 8t John, and the amount mentioned Mr Sprfnger had told him that the amount had boon promised at a meeting of railroad men. They had not yet subscribed That was the way that subscription started out. Exhibit B, with more names, promised a subscription of 000 On the back was a memorandum without a name on it promis- ing In regard to this memorandum he bad boon told that the subscription book was too bulky to bring to Washington. Not a dollar of subscription had been shown nor a single security offered Some Guarantee Should Be Shown. Mr Belden proceeded to argue that before the bill passed Chicago should be compelled to show some guarantee that the subscrip- tions could be raised He claimed that he was a better friend of a successful fair by Inciting on provisions to Sicure it than the men who stood in the house and said. "We will flT it up bye and and he gave no- tice that at the proper time he would move to recommit the bill, with instructions to re- port it back when a guarautee of be seeVed by the citizens of Chicago, Mr Chandler's amendment postponing the fair until 1893 was adopted without division. Air Cummlngs for Chicago. Mr, Cummmgs (N T.) said some month" ngo he appealed in the house for fair play towards New York, and now be appealed to the bouse for fair play towards Chicago. New York had fair play in the house, but loot the fair through treachery in her owu ranks. There was a Benedict Arnold in New York He closed by saying that he believed he would honor himielf, his city, hla state and his country by stand ing by Chicago and doing all he could to make the fair a success Mr Flower (N. Y) favored recommitting the bill and make Chicago show her subscription Hut Mr Belden then offered bin motion to recommit, but it was defeated without a division The bill was then 20Z; nays, 49 A FATAL WRECK. Man Burned to Death and Seven Injured. Hici KNA, Mon March 26 By a wreck on the Nor them Pacific near Noxon, one life was lost and four persons injured. The cars took fire, and all were burned except two slsepm a Express Manager Miles was caught in the wreck, and before assistance could reach him he was burned to death The In- jured are Mrs S H Cox, North Vaklma, bound for Memphis, Mo A, Crock- ett, postal clerk; MmCarrie Davis, Seattle; Mn Lillie Davis, Seattle, J H Richardn, Randall, 8. D J. W. Woodom, Dayton, Wash J P Zahn, Washington The train was tbeesst bound express The engine went through a culvert, the baggage and two emigrant cars and class coach went into the ditch, tipped over and were completely but lied up None of the injuries are of a very serious nature. Knocked Out In One Bonncl. Or HAN, N Y, March prize %ht occurred here last night for between 8 B Anderson, champion of Luzerne county, Pa., and Tom McCarthy, of Woburu, Mam In the first round McCarthy struck his op- ponent on the neck and knocked him sense He did not recover in ten minutes. The fight awarded to McCarthy Presidential Nominations. WASHINGTON, March president has sent to the senate the following nomi- nations: Pay Director T H Looker to.be chief of the bureau of provisions and cloth- ing, and paymaster general in the navy, with rank of commodore, and several mi- nor naval nominations. Be Fell Beneath the TOT O, March 26 Huddle- brink, conductor on tho like Shore road, fell twtween two cars while fn motion id the fai-ds and was run over and killed, the body being terribly mangled, For the care of coins nnrt nil dorRiiRe- ments of the respiratory orgftns, nn other meal- Cine so reliable as Ayer's Cherry Pectoral It relieves the uthnitlo and oonsnmpUve, even In of end saved In- THE ANTI-TRUST BILL Spirited mm tlu T u Vm nilnii nil Vclc.pt' I WASIIIV i Much tl I h btnate passed tht I ill c i IIIIL, foi a >j ee i il invi s tlgatu n I the tl nulustr> f 1 lu Sherm m tint tl -it I ill waatl i uj ami Mi (n i i i U a sp e h in situ n to it on civ In nil k rou n Is 11 HIU! that the un 11 I it ft lei I V Mi It wou! 1 11 u il li tile iiiproliali i f c u senat i but f i tli factthattl i itttticn protilbitc I tic senate CIIL.II 1 in c t ix meaviiic 11 m 111 i tird to the j ich committee Ih 1 bat was- continued nt s in II i tl n 11 refer (1 be it n >eis 1 's An amen lin nt 11 j b 1 In M 1 agree 1 t is -it n ijs Mr SluMimii t) an i t tl first section t ic Mint, to It thi foil u i is which halb n steel Iv t i ge PIOM I 1 that tl is net shall t U n n struod Ui ap( Ij arran n i nt aL.ru ment 01 c ml mat n! n I t mil with a i t lest tht luiilti f hours of the n 1 h i i it HIC 11 is i th n n i t i n nt aHi nt ass >c i nt i m ei ml mat i 1111 t is s engaged in h i ultui f i h in m., tli pile t U i iillniatci b i tic ultui ill pi lu t The am n in nt l tt Mr Infills araenlnitnt alining n! leallngs in futm s andipliejns w ts aLCKPell Mi (ike then offeiel his am n 1 n it iisistmg of einl new secti i t tl h II n 1 made a ipt el in sii] ttofit 1 th it the 1 ills f Mi Mum mind Mi I u in nt re nix on stitntional ant isps without a sting Air Hoagan s inn 111m nit makes it unlan fill t i create ei tit any jesti u tl us in tm le t limit i lit tl MI 01 tc IMC i eis or reelu the n fni handis-e 11 c in mothti s t pi i] tition in in i chan Use pi lu cr o mixlities, to Itx a standiiid i Hgm wlu 1} tlu price of artl le c mm 1 mi him lise or pr luet mtnlelfisil t b in am win e ti I to neat a liu nonjl> in the m un t i Int saleoi Inns p 11 iti n f i su 111 1 to t nttM int any i wl shall bin 1 others oi th ms s i t t mannlartiirc sell or tri it h ntic lei u a eomnuin st n i bywlilchth shall aglet kce sii h uttclefoi tians pert-it m it a fix d i _i 1 utt 1 n by w hi h th j shall t i pi lr of sue h ai tic! s i as t lie lu i mcstl le tt1 1 c m pc-litl n Mi n 1 ti strike jilt all ofthulllltx ptth an I limit of Mi In galls 01 his n 1 ih] 1 as nays 10 Ml 1 n 11 ih oiilj man to b th of just noi Sullniiii sal 1 that if Ih Call forma Ati 1 tic !uh r anyntturrhil will put up a t nisi c i in fcti u fi ;ht h t o n Jarksc n an 1 hlms 11 h wilt n t linn in n battl loi th eliampic) islup lie hut can what the gl b u b) 1 MIL, is th cm within the res nctuus of the Sulllv u continual I will not un ler anv cncu nstanci s fight a ring bittl again Hereafter all matches must confoim to tho aw In ha 1 nough of this illegal 1 usintss I've sj itn arlyall 1 won in tin Missisippi fjght clear of the law bullivan siuel it costs a great leal to train for a fight and h 1ms spent moiotlifn ordi nary purses amount t before fie was ready to enter the ring He consiel is his time worth something and mil demon 1 at least f JO 000 foi a light He is in a fairly good condition now anJ three montl s i so would be ample time for him to train in Ho said he had bcui taking care of himself lately, and it woulclut take a very long tune to harden bib muscles bulhvan c ncluded as follows "If the match is al ranged I shall tram as never before for I am satisfied that Jack- son will be no mean opponent ami I must be in first ciass condition to w n I am now willing to negotiate with the California Athletic club I couldn't do anything about the match while my sentence was hanging over me I think that is settle 1 and if the club officers want me to flnht Jacl sin in their rooms I should now like t hiar from Service Tension 1JI11. March 2tf Ihe house com- mittee on invalid p'nsions has authorised a favorable re p jrt on the bill pi for a pension seivice for soldiers ot the rebellion and then widows- The bill authoiizes the secretary of the intuior to lace on the pension roll the name of an) c flic pr or en- listed man of f J y jars of a e or over, or who shall theicafter reach tint age, who has served ninety s or moi c in the army, navy, or marine corps of tho I mted States during the war of the mil has re- ceived an honoiablo discharge Pensions gianted under this net are to be paid at the rate of per mouth from tjie date of ap plication to continue during the life of the pensioner The bill also for the payment of this pension to the widow of any officer or soltliei who has died or who may hereaftoi die during her widowhood, and in case of tho death of the widow, leav ing a child under the ago of 16 years, the pension is to be paid to such child or chil dren llnrrlinn Vlalta CHAHANOOOA, Tenn March Harriium and uarty arm ed in this citv at 8 me Importance of purifying the blood not be overestimated, for without pure blood cannot enjoy good health. At this nearly every one noods a good medicine to purify, vitalize, enrich the Wood, and Hood's Sarsaparllla is worthy your confldSnce. It Is pconliar In It strengthens and builds up the system, createi an appetite, and tones the digestion, while It cridlrates disease. Give It a trial. Hood's Sirsaparllla Is sold by all Prepved by 0.1. Hood Co, Lowell, M IOO (rotas One Pollar u K lr j clot k. an i in i the battleli I MouiiUun u i M tar was nit i 1 It i taken lo th t f 1 boon as an i 1 11 taia an 1 lit- t ti v i t 1 I the pm Iti t iht ilmtd at thi t I villt N I aruuu t tli 1) L tltULU 1 1 H, n in 1 e> King ac f (_ I i k in i I jkout II n sp cial tl titiin and t m m tain as 1 the mouu muck nj jjtd n is bold lu us 1 h party tu 1 tl L lai i_ n i I W le ft f r el an 1 ese )I Ud il> f 1 a ling 1 1 t lie lilt Itltl JlltlUKtOMll S I UtH MlUDltl UN nn Maii.li i iheiesl dents ol 1 tin n I nne a 1 unlet in the BUburt b e I t tl I e 11 i e l e 11 I to the select in n t st n i 1111 Tp it t the dam at 11 11 w pc n i t li j n t c t era 1J.5 acres and il dam I 11) tutthinh rorty or fifty fimiliis In the hill w lelow the dam ten 1 iti y am in c iiHlitut fcai of tlotlblt I 1st lull) an I Satmelay night the) tat ii[ ail feiuing tho dam w ou 1 g i i) 111 II nmtiMiil in ii i II i MI 1 jurj e nine nitt j 11 I s i n tit 11 1 I "i 1 III tij, i i s nt nent to I l 1 I l I it tl I i II s cfflce I e 1 tl l e s H I Ii t 1 ho city an 1 a s a t 1 u n I Ii prt seut- ment state tl ti' Ii that lit sheriff of N w lie nil i l i a n L, a 1 e xj cuses ast smts in i it i tt is la nuintouui i f m i tin tl i i t It tlot lares th t il e sh i is ,u 1 h is Inn cor mi t tl nt I i tl u s f ing sitne i ta i i si t nt w Hh 111 la I n sty tl t l s th s I ax In nllced and tl 1 11 c h is t ten i s ituted Ih I i t "l th In i II II hiih leeu mil t mi v s i ult t nt, ai 1 tl jui 11 11 i 1 tlia h it tin in L tin t II a s 1 i I n w jth a sahu s i t ible1 4. itui It its 1 imh i s[ onsi bllltles shrill) 1 I ,1 I. M ill II, sign itk Mai b h II Mail and Ei prt ss, s u iicmai 111 al s nice it was leaintl It e this alteln n that Sheriff Biacki lit Ii al d wn, uitntally as wtllasp vsitalh It m the mmu source It was lealn 1 leliuitt thit tlit sheriff will p situ h i SILII 1 is fll lal pisition despit tlit i it to tlj eentrtiiy He ma) i s i e hi e i n n tins j omt until Fnela) next wh n tl moti n to set asiele tho diet lender d n Sun lay morning will be mndv an I funded fittt hls-mindis mailt up tc t n ler his resignation and it will bo m ide i nl he as soon as en uimstances permit Hub, s of ii PHILMIMIIIA Very Rev tftchohs ilw II at g n e 1 of tho archcli cts I 1 I il i Mj h i w i )e stcrday invested with is i t s 1 i nk lisa men slgnor of the I i t lank e i 1 mi tit prelate of Ihe p >pe s h u n 1, t which linmty he was lecentlj uist 1 I 1 po L o I ho r vices wore con tncto 1 at thp e hure h of St Philip dc Nen und the sacrtcl edillce was crowded with priests ant otees of ths -b jr t, Presents in tltc most elegant form THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUIOE OP FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Combined with the medicinal virtues of plants known to be inost beneficial to the human system, forming an agreeable and effective laxative to peima- nently cure Habitual Consti- pation, and the many ills de- pending on a weak or inactive condition of the KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS. It is tt. most excellent remedy known to CLEANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY When one is Bilious or Constipated PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING SLIEP, HEALTH and STRENGTH NATURAU.Y FOLLOW Every one is using it and all are delighted with it ASK YOUR DRUQQIST FOR MANUFACTURED ONLY DY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. nv nrti n Y. ARK ARRIVING AT WALUS' FANCY rvr day, among which are new of Fine Hftiieiy and light Fancy Under- wear. Oar Hosier; is abeolntely fiae of dye Mnffe, which i> geroai to the wearer of Inferior gradtt of Hoeiery. We warrant oar goods to give positive MtiafactioD, both in quality and price. We have received a complete line of Infante' bloods, u fine Cloaks, Bobea Dromes. Everything for infants' wjar. Corcete und Kid Gloves our in the very best grades made. Bring yonr fine Parasols Silk Um- brellas now for ooTeringfl before -the begins, to hare them all ready in time. Goto Umbrella and Vallne Hii IN THE UI1Y, rtians' Celebrated Spring Styles now on Sale IIAl Tl'- IB State Staoot. DELICIOUS, STRENGTHENING TO THE NERVES Tea and coffee cheer but do not nourish They even leave an injurious effect upon the nervous system. Indeed there is ne beverage like GOES FARTHEST." It stimulates and nourishes as none other leaves no bad effects and is a flesh former of the most approved once tnril always mud Thr itronx may take It with plfu.ure- unel Ihe- weiik with Impunity The fuelling of tea und cuflTt e are obvliitt il by lu me, unil nervous are re. lleved und urt vfittttl to tin- lulu In the world A8KFOH HOtVIr VN AMITAKI >OOrilFR M A Chance to Secure a Bargain. For short time only before the Spiing Opening we will sell a number of rolls, of good patterns of C J 1 v i l I- A At the following pncea VelyetB, Tappitry Brunels, 55c. Thoeo are laat season n patterns and genuine bargains 80S and 811 CHESTNUT SmEEfi, PHir A. viprinj) fivcrcoiius. This season our styles intrude on the exclusiventss ot the finest merchant tailoring and force thtmselves into popuUr tavor b) their moderate cist. A Coat that doesn't lack one of the fashionable details at A good, neaj; Coat as low as A. C. YATHS CO., SIXTH AND CHFJJiNUT SlKKK.i'S, rmitrEENTH AND CHESIMJI i MAN Bought hta of AMFRTQAN AND TAILORING 00, not how much wM whintltd hij wt art clothing with BhSl I Al LOR- MADE CLOHIINQ At much 1 prist OtuKmt 1 HA VPI.R 6 v fTKOOArfl worth Jia, "id oar 8AUFf.W HUIJH! IT- Praia >id Orvrawto CLOTHING It) win ii t d wl'V rjghi ,iong 4, wo R State. Cor. 8f. LOOK OUT 1'OR BARGAINS We have purchased the store North of us and intend to build on the two lots l lie linc-sl lUore in irenlon! rid of our (took to do KliADY-MADH CLOTHING! I L J I I 1 I I I j t j t i I MERCHANT 10 NOKill   

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Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

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  • Access to Over 155+ 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!
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ 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 155+ 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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