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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VTI1. NO. L CRASHED IN 10 I HE BERG ihe Steamer Ihingvalla's Nar row Escape at Sea. SUEIUVIMO KL MOINTUN Her Cutwater n ai Knocked Oft and He Hows were Badly Smashed lu the Col- Tons of Ke Ome roumltd by Many Icebergs N FW oiik May 27 her stem and smashed off and her stout iroi h c i iibhed in, the alia line steam came into this port yester day from Copenhagen She brought cnbm, twenty four intermediate aud steerage passengers, and they all had oc casiou to be thankful that they were again safe on land instead of at the bottom ol th oceau, a fate the steamer, with all on boai4 narrowly escaped The Thingvalla left Copenhagen on May 6 Like all Danish steamers, the Thing valla fook as direct a course as possible for New York This led her right through the dangerous iceberg region She Ran Into an Iceberg. At 3 o clock in the morning of May 19 v, heu 400 miles east of St Johns N P she ran head on into an iceberg or floe ei feet square, and standing twenty five, feet or more out of the water There was hardly any warning of the impending dun ger, for the lookout Peter Andreas Jor genseu, only saw the berg just before the vessel crashed mto it The Thingvalla car ried no search light, but had the ordinary lights out The weather was hazy Tin captain was aroused by the shock of the collision aud rushed on deck Lookou Jorgenseu said he saw the berg possibly four minutes before the vessel struck Sec ond Officer Jorgensen, who had been for ward tw o minutes before, saw the enormous mass of ice at the same time, and had the lookout's warning sounded befori the second officer gave the order to reversi the engines and go full speed astern Twenty Tons Tumbled Aboard. The Thingvalia was slightly to the left of the center of the big floe, and the ordet to starboard the wheel was given too late Thei steamer's engines had stopped anc begun to back when she was struck, am this, with the fact that her bows ran under an overhanging ledge, was what saved her from being sent to the bottom Had the sides of the berg been perpendicular the bows of the Thingvalla would probablj have boon crushed dowu to her keelson As it was ran fairlj against the icy mass, and Capt Laub reached the deck just in time to see about twenty tons of huge Ice blocks tumble ou the steamer's foiward turtleback He Slept Through It All. Many of the passengers were thrown out of their bertha by the shock, and they be- gan to rush on deck by scores to learn the cause, The captain and officers soon re- stored thpir confidence and the majority vt ent back to berths A few hysterical ones remained ou deck, but both officers and passengers declare theie was at no time a panic on board One man, a cabin passenger, slept soundly until 7 o'clock and he was very much nxtouished to know that a collision had occurred After the collision the Thingvalla backed off a qnai- ter of a mile and lay to She was in lati degs 10 min longitijde 43 degs 80 mm and six big bergs were in sight She (is badly injured On examining his vessel Capt Laub found that she was taking in no -water be- low decks, although her bows, on a level with the top of the turtleback, were crushed inboard a distance of five feet The out- fl ater and stem were both smashed, while the plates of the bows ou oaoh side of the stem were smashed down to within two feet of the water line Sixteen plates were bioken.and in the heavy swell barrels of w iter came in through the hole In her bow sand flooded the forecastle A stout bulkhead of planks was built between the forecastle and the break m the bows, and then Capt Laub had about fifty barrels of tune-it put into the, hole, completely fill in the space between it and the shored up pl.iuking This stopped the water from flopping into the forecmtle He Sank the Gelser. Capt. Laub commnnded the in August, 1888, when, she ran into and sank the Geiser of the same line A large number of the Geiser's passengers were lost A hole extending back twenty-four feet was knocked In the Thlngvalla's bow on the water line in the collision and her captain, after making heroic nfforts to save passengers of the iSeiser, steamed backward mto Halifax, nnmg a schooner attached by hawsers.' for a rudder. Blue and Gray Together, ViCKsnURu, Miss May 27 blue and gray reunion was opened here at noon by a national salute by Warren Light artillery from the court house gioundg and by the chimes of St Paul's church bell, which played many national airs A second salute welcomed the anival of Gen 8 D Lee Among the other notables present are Gov- ernor Stone and Past Commander in-Chief Kountz, of the G A, R, of Toledo, O The streets are filled with visitors, aud nothing could exceed the cordiality existing bo tween the visitors of both aimies. Speaker Uccd'a Mather Burled. POKTT AVD, Me May 27 The funeral of Mrs Matilda Price Reed, mother of Speak- er Heed, took place from the residence of her only daughter, Mrs Elisha W Con- nelly, in this city Monday Hev. Henry A Really, bishop of the diocese Of Maine, ofiieiated The floral tributes were many and beautiful The attendance was con- find to Mrs. Reed's old friends and a few intimates of the family Ihe Interment was m Speaker Hood's lot at Evergreen cemetery The Bunk 81111 doted. National bank remains cloned. C. A. Inoiupson, the cashier, who was eipected on Saturday, reached here Monday moru- ing, accompanied by Ma wife, his eon and Col W E Dor win, one of the bank's direc- tors The opinion stilt tha.t a sat- isfactory settlement of the Affairs of the bank will be reached. The raO.lt of the meiting of the board of directors, held Monday morning, him not boon made pub- lic. TKKNTON, TUK8DAY AlfTtiRNOON, MAY 1890. TWO OK Sixteen Persons BKKITN, May 37 At Alvmsteben, PT..A. sian Saxony, a house surrounded by tho waters of fche prevailing flood resultant from the recent heavy rains became utf del mined and was swept away There were sixteen inmates of the building und all of jthem were drowued I A Ball Flayer Killed. j SAVANNAH, Ga., May 27-Beu Myers (catcher of a colored baseball club, while plajing at Montgomery was struck In the (mouth bj a ball thrown by tho pitcher and Instantly kill' Tho in of ilonn fMnf In hlnort In trnioli morn mpn mo AWdrc Indeed, bnt JVtw nro ireo from )t. Fortunately, however, we have In Aynr the moit potent remedy ever affliction. STANLEY HITS He to of 1 orrt Siillnbu 0111111, LONDON M Ihui ipj i irs m Ih Times a luiKtln ami ".ueistii lutcifiou Mr btanltv m lithe i 11 i he to coiunu nts HI tilth p isse d up HI him b Punie MuiHtu sublime Mmli' deirres th it lit li i-, theltl ill ipm! beutmuiit il luteie-l 111 tin Ui iiminti nent Hevus li th it c 11 an eitmn that ii uiu iln i ot hi-i hands h nn ested then funds in in Un n si hunt the eh irtu of hah is n I h 1 1 Mini r felt sixpence unkss tla e iihu n of til compact ilh del m im ue nuin tamed uud all indie in ms mill nu tli willm n to assist der mans rither than 1 iir.lislinien he his u vised his fra nds to Ijeife thin tcmtmiu limits in Uricu He he su ks no ijn UK! with uthe England beinmiH and k Idh a Ids th it i the demands of (jtimun aie to 1 c con ceded, econoim be b_ making OM.I to that nintn ks a free gif the entire British Vtitinsplu.it In thu event British iineaton a man) shillings is thu hid bteu so eitdi lousl) out of poun Is Mr Stui ley then aostits th it the Oernuiu s; hen i the most vain ibli in Vlnei in H neliile then ii) is Cn i If jou think thiN uu I tttei ada] tt( than Luglish to tin Vliieau nothmghill IK uttdh inelnd ingLgjpt a wuul uf piotest shal you hear from nu Vxcessn e uniiabilitj maj become an i firmity, and the infiimit) of like othci distists ti 1 it cuds ID cliiomc beuihtj A DESPERADO KILLED Torn fiom Ills a snip and Jllddle< RALFicn N C Min---John stiuling liung near Sclinii 111 olnihton count} was feuirounded bj i p im if masked lue-i while on his waj home tied to a tree anc shot to duth tviuitv bullets b uif pu into his bod} He had inude some tine it against u peaceable en Zen ind return ing home from a illustrate s tilil whei he had been to an'-wii to a summons of i peace wan ant His n is ui the w igoi with him Hit mob threw a rope cner hi head, driggeil him out and earned him fa. enough mto the woods to her from being an eje nitneii, to his fate Some time ago in old Ind} r imecl Ceniu 13rowc and her giandson weie foulh murdered m Johnston count} Mrs liioun Star ling's mother lu 1 m iud there founded suspicion that btiuling murdeiei her to get possession of her property Ills He was tried ou the charge of murder but Starling had so tenoiucd the com mnnity that it was impossible to get an' one to testify against him and he was acquitted for wint ol evidence Later on the houses of people who made them selves conspicuous hi tho tnal against him were burned People of the community thought this was btarliugs- work of geance Ihey deteimined to submit to him no longer anil left.hu lifeless body tiec to a tree near his house us related Mr Wlnun on the Tariff lilll. WATEULOO Out Maj 27 his speech here on the Continental Consequences o the McKmley lanff Mi trustus Wi man declared that no event in the whole histoiy of events relating to the two divi sions of the continent w is likely to so seriotistj nffect the trade relations between them as this bills passage- Ihe enforce ment of the agricultural section he laid against Canadian products entering into the United States with two inter vening before the gcneinl parliamentary election which must be held within two years, would be sufiiuent to reverse the en tire fiscal policy of the Dominion and de feat at the polls the existing ioiy party ami put in power a 1 iberil government, with Sir Richard Cartw right, as its chief flntm cial minister Ihe attitude of this new ad ministration, he 3 nd would be in entire harmony with the Lmted States and startle the English government with its policy Is This a tlelon Trnst? ATLAMA, Ga May Georgia and Carolina Melon exchange haa been organ Ized here The owners of nearly all the acres of 1 md planted m melons this J ear are represented 'I he plan is to pur chase control of the entire crop and sell it through ageuts of the exchange in the various cities Atlanta is to Tie the dis tnbutmg poiut Ihe amount to be dis- posed of in each city will be regulated, so that no mnrket will be oveiotocked This year's crop is estimated at cars, valued at She Wants Damages. N Y May 27 -Miss Cairle Wlndolph.of Long Island Git} has brought suit against Herbeit Clancy, of Chicago, for damages m the Kings county supreme court for a breach of promise of marriage The plaintiff that their acquaintance w as formed m Saratoga and the defendant who was wealthy promised to many her He had failed, how ever, to keep his promise and she now seeks redress Shot at Target Practice NEWI-GBT, R I, Miy ,27 William Hackett, of the Marine guard at the United States training station, was accidentally shot at target practice Acting as marker at the target he stepped out just as a marine fired Ihe bullet passed through his body, making a serious and possibly fatal wound His family has been sum moned from Salem, Mass A Big makers' Strike Feared. YORK, May a is likely that a general strike of cigarmakers in this city will occur About 750 hands have already, quit work, and matters are very unsettled An answer from the bosses in regard to the demands of the workers is expected this afternoon If it is unfavorable a general strike will be ordered Shot by a Policeman. MADISON, Ind May 27 Hinds, a policeman, shot and fatally wounded C Antle, on Monday Autle has been paying attention to Hinds' daughter for some time against the wishes of her father He is au estimable young man, and the shooting has provoked intense indignation against tho girl's father Editors Plead Not Guilty. NEW YORK, May 27 John A editor, Julius Chambers, managing editor, and James P Graham, city editor of The World, who were indicted by the grand lury for criminally libeling ex Judge Hil pleaded not guilty to the indictments with leave to withdraw their plea in ten Innciuter will Drop Ont. LANCASW B, Pa, May 27 ihe Lancaster Baseball club has decided to drop out of ho Interstate league after the.present week Tho home patronage has beeu very loor 11 vonr ilralor nonirt you something Jt mpool KootBeerisaskea proper tlilnp Is to flpnd itback He In Rolling mibfltttntcB, because tho iroilt la large unlMren'i Straw Pll IHECOMMIIIEECHOSEN Men Who Will Revise the Con fession of Faith SSl'HKKr IN 1IIJ till KU Many of tho I'rtsbjtt rl ins Do Not the luom ss The Vsstuihl Held at Ditiolt Th Board of Publication JUepoits SAinroc N Muv .7 the Pic bjtcriau asMinblj resolutions were pasbci denouncing tht uteut decision in one o the statts the Bible fr< m tl public schools mi 1 calling upon tin peopl of the church to see that it shall be 10 stored to its true place in our svstem o education 'Ihe Hev Dr How ird Crosb presented the report of the standing con mitteo on publication All the depan menta of the board hav o been pr tspt i ui The business dtpartmeut closed the vtn with net pioflts of 318 which enal li it to pu} ovti to the missiomij fund Ml Although {he sales of bo ksanltiaet were somewhat It ss tlmn.last vcir the salt of ptnodicals meieased Resolutions w tr passed stating tint the board as one of th most nnpi ttant igtuts of home ev tntot ization should be libtUll) poited in PITO iding that the boiud take ml c nsid eratlou the iiclvisabilltv of i the German Spanish and V indin la languages such sabbath school books am papers as mav supply a want in Pie tenan schools Investigating Committee The names of the committee appointee to make an 1m estigation into the found, tionofthetwo reports, almost dnimctn call) opposite in tone and statement o facts that were submitted b} the spc.cn committee and tho business committee o the board of publication, are as follows Alfied J Hard of K Montfort, of Cincinnati, ADI Rin dolph lork George fa Dnipci Louts Retibtn b Smith Uevdund C Maitin New W A Brodii Hoches ter One for All Rices The report of the committee on the freed men as to allowing colored prcsbjttnes t appeal dnectl} to the other board's wa against tho request The report w as talvti up Dr Booth was opposed to dlscninma tion anil thought one presbjtory vvjs i Rooil n% auothei lo place the piesbjtenes in a separate categoij wa uufaii, aud while it was done the manhood of colored people w as impugned and the could not feel at home in the Presb} tcriac church He moved that their request in- granted Ihe vote was taken on Dr Boott amendment and the call of division settled it in the affirmative Ihe vote stood 15C to M5 ami wus taken amid cousideiabl excitement Ihe motion to adopt the ie- poit was earned, the vote being 17U to 1.25 The Deacoueait Question Ihe report on deaconesses was taken from the docket Dr Wartleld thought women who serve the ohurch should have ecclesiastical recognition Dr Parks the women were not asking foi the odice and Dr Van Dyke said that modest women would not accept it Rev Warren, of Culi forma, quoted adveise actiou of previou assemblies and there was no evidence li the Scriptures for the oflice Rev Bonner liked the spirit of the report aud the desire to recoguue the woman officially Dr Crosb} held that the New Testament recog uized deaconesses Dr Van Dyke was sur prised to see such a revolution ai} move ment emanate from where it did He di( not think theie was Scriptural authoilt} said he, "we have enough ou hand m the revision business without under taking other contracts Ihe recommendation to send dow u ov ei tures was adopted, after Dr Mooie had amended that the deaconesses be simply set apart by praj er TUe Committee on Revision The nominating committee announced the committee on revision as follows LSemmaiy H Greene Princeton Thomas H Hastings Union M B KlJdle Alle- gheny, W J Beecher Aubuin E D Morris Tjine HerriLk Johnson McConnell, William Alexander San Francisco College FrnnciB L Patton, Prince ton William C Roberts Lake Forest Pastors W E Moore, Columbus 0 (moderator of assembly) H J Van Dyke Brooklyn Ebe- nezer Erskine Chambersbuig, Pa J T Left- wleh, Baltmioie Md J C Nictols St Louis Mo t R Burkhalter, Cedar Kaplds la M Justice William Strong Washing ton, ex Senator B McMillin St Paul Mmn Judge Alfred Hand, Scranton Pa Emerson E White Cincinnati, 0 Judge Henry B Baylor Huntington Ind Vvlnthrop 8 Oilman, York, Barker Eumere, Trenton N J lUlliam Ernst Coving-ton Ky George Junkm, Philadel phla, Charles R Gharnley, Chicago They will Do the Work. This Is the committee which will do the actual work of revising the confession and will report to the assembly of WH Ihe committee, as named, was accepted by the assembly by unanimous vote Detroit was selected as the place of next meeting 'ihe following committee on co-operation of churches was announced Drs Howard Crosby, Charles L Thompson and Meiers Warner, Van Norden, John C Kennedy and John E Parsons Thepfollowmg com mittee was appointed ou a conseivus creed Drs William E Moore, William H Rob- erts, Howard Crosby, John Dew itt, Francis Brown, B B Wai-field, and Elders E P Durant, Hemy Day aud Robert V Wilson The Democrats will Retort NEWPOKT, B I, May The Demo- cratic legislative caucus decided that the house shall not organize until tho senate him done so, and that if the senate unseats any Democrats the house shall unseat an equal number of Republic-aim from the same ;owus There were about thirteen absen- tees, who will not be bound by the caucus action The Republican senators held a caucus and nominated legislative officers Who It He? RocHESifcR, N Y May 27 -The body of t man apparently 35 years of age has been onnd in the river at Charlotte, 6adly de jomposed There was no clothing on the body except one shoe and stocking A ;old ring on one finger bears the inscrip- -ion in German, "In remembrance of my grand also the Initials "J T." or "J F Over a Dam to Death. LONDON, Ont May 37 boat contain ng four persons was swept over the water worku dam last evening, throwing its occu lanta into the water Two of them, Adam Fohnson and Miss Ida Doherty, a well inowu young society lady, were drowned other two were saved by assistance rom the shore Five Killed by lightning. BERLIN, May 27 -By the falling of a bolt lightning upon a house at Suplinger five Kftson? were killed The ontorinf wrtlgo of n romplnlnf tint .my prove fntnl In a Blight cold which or two of Ayer n Cherry Pectoral mlcbt linve cured nt the commencement It would bo well, therefore, to keep this remedy within much at ail times, THE BASEBALL WORLD itioiml 1 t i i I U I 0 1 2 0 0 k I I i 1 B I u an 1 N II I) 1 0 010 lit 4 t hie in ul I 4 lallei I i s mil Hill i II h rrc r U i if 11 i I nice 1000- 1000 1 1 i) mil I n ci i ill i n account ut ia n 1 001100210- ll I I 1 Ijn 10 Llei luil 11 H H k i I I v lumi 5 Bitlerlcs L ir I li U Ibworthai 1 Dimmer AU 1 liijerrt League It t I 1 1 0 0 S 1 111 0 0 0 5 x I I -I n 11 I I (MR 11 I I I IK 1 I! U lies Itjull in II I 1 I Mil ail 1 h Mil 1 1 Ul I 1 0 il 0 0 0 0 1 i I 1 0 0 0 1 1 II I I I It 10 r i i 1 H I I Bullet u s 1 i ni, I I Ml dlllc Vtle-lldu i 0 0 0 0 I I 111 I 11 I i I Huflalo i 1.11 is i I II i Ball rlea Knell ul MM I I id ou ace-din t o I I s i ooooi'i 10 o J i o i IH 1 ittsUurR 11 Lr II I I k H B lU rien M ir iK a i 1 Lutieill Ulunil Vim tutlon I r I klji 104000000-4 Bi Ins I i klui 11 jlumbus Errors In l 1 i l n Ii Matumore 1 v a I is I IM i jit uud 0 Connor Vll t! i i, n s j tj ut WORLDS FAIR OFFICIALS Hit 1'nsliIiHl Hns Appointed the Com iiussioiu is it I urge MU the president hat mull [ill n ill nun s f the commission us it 1 lu f i the ild s fair as follows 1 13 illn k Massachusetts alter n iti II inv Ingiills M unc 11 m is Pilm i Michigan, alternate film s Olivu Indian i H k i us Miss mi alternate R I Unas- br unk i I a 1 II New niter nil Allen New York 1'ti H Pennsjlvaiiui ul ten ti 1 hii Av lnlfnnt Peiinsjlv mm i 1 Ininui (.eoigia alternate il 1 1 n 1 indsav Keiitin ky r II i 1 Ictus alternate, llturv L Kii li is Mul 1 McDonald California alternate I hi i ins hurkt state of ashington Iii the Distuitof A T Brit u 1 I Hint? Johnson commissioners Alfie 1 Wilson and Di isey Claggett iltei n rti s Hi p -.idint also signed the commis si ins of the vinous state commissioners KI i 1} ippnmtcd bj the goveinors of tin states and terntoriis To the "Hammer Blow W V.SHIM ION Lock vvoid of I'liiliilelplua, appeared before the house committee on nilvvajs and canals un 1 in ide an in favor of a bill appiopiiatiut; to determine the quintitv of tin so called hammer blow of a Ii i Knot iv e driving wheel A joint com niittie of I i inklln Ins-titutt Philadelphia, and tin llailv.aj Master Mielianics asso- uation his asked that the money be ap pioprmtcd A sub eonimitteo consisting of All ssi s McLormiek, Pajuc and Lester (fin w is appointed to investigate the mat- tei A Mi uv engine improv ed in such a iiunnei that tin force of the hammer blow of the wheel, it is claimed, is re- duced to almost nothing, will be run from Washington to Baltimore foi the benefit of the seniiti and house sub committee It is claimed for this engine that it loses no in its pro TISS and does not jolt or spuad the rails and retains a firm hold on the ti at k The Frle Cunal Itivftk tTIf N 27 -'I hi break in the trie final nt W hitcsboro H seventy six feet wide at the top and flftv at the bottom aud is fifteen feet deep lo the Central tracks gieiit damage was done The wrecked i nginc lies m a bank of sand ten feet below Ihe roid bed and is almost en tirely en d by dirt Twelv e freight cars were entirely wrecked One track has been repain d It is thought that the amount of damages will reach 000 W ork on the canal will be pushed rapidly, and it is thought that boats will be running by 1} Amalgamated Axiodatlon H Convention Pnrsurin One week from to- dav the algamntul association will be gin Its annual convention here About 400 di legati s w ill be present Next Friday tin wage committee will hold a meeting to prepare a basis for the scale for next jear AH the lodges hive handed in their suggestions Ihepuddlers will undoubt- edly ask for an advance of fifty cents per ton Gen Miernmn Will Attend. POKTI Me Alay 07 Gen W T Sherman has ni 1 1 ntetl un invitjiUnn Ko Ou re II yon hare made up you mind to buy Hood's Sarsaparllla do not be Induced to take any other. A Boston lady, whose example is worthy imitation, tells her experience below f Ii one store where I went to buy Hood's Sarsiparllla the clerk tried to Induce me buy their own Instead of Hood's; he told me thelr's would last longer, that I might it on ten lo Get days' trial, that if I did not Kite It I need not pay anything, etc. But he could not prevail on me to change. I told him I had taken Hood's Sarsaparllla, knew what It Was, was satisfied with It, and did not want any other When I began taking Hood's I was feeling real miserable irtth dyspepsia, and so weak that at times I could hudly lloocl't, I looked like a penon In consump- tion. Hood's Sarsaparllla -ty) no much good that I wonder at myself sometimes, andmyfriendstrequentlyspeakoflt" MM. A. Tetrace Street, Boston. 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It is tl most excellent remedy known to CLEANSE THE SYSTEM El-fECTUHLLTf hen one is I'llions or Constipated PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP, HEALTH and STRENGTH NATURALLY FOLLOW Every one is using it and all are delighted it ASK YOUR DRUQQI3T FOR I iirj.i.TJA- 'Jb' MANUFACTURED ONLY DY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. FRANCISCO CAL. GENEKAL CONPECTIOJTEEY, ITu'X-i-. -tc. Superfine Cream Chocolates a specialty An immense assortment of factions, Lozen- ges, Drops, Congh Candles, Nat Candies, Car- amels, Mixtures, Penny Goods, Turkish Candies, French Creams, French Glaces, etc. Prices moderate 205 SOUTH BEOAD STEEia, NFXT TO BBOAT) 8TEEET BANK. ANQEM) OAMFRA, The latest novelties out ind Children's fast colored, best quality hose, among which pleue note following famous, absolutely fast dyes The Y. 8 F the Star, the Daisy and Gloria Dye, which chal leoges the whole world for its equal m quality and extremely low prices The reduced prices are and 2Sc and upwards Our next novelty are new styles jnat ont in Children's Hats and Caps, to which we pay especial study, and always had the name of selecting the prettiest, handsomest assortment of Infante' and Children's Caps and Hate. Handsome Hats reduced to 25c and upwards Fans I Fans I Fans! All styles made, along with Buck- les, Poekct-booke, Corset? fine Cam brie Underwear, Ganze Underwear, Bibbons, Gloves of descrip tion, Mitte, Parasols and fine Umbrellas is our grand specialty We keep only the very best made Parasols and Pun Umbrellas, along with Umbrellas, and are dally receiving now styles at lower than truly city prices Look at them Call and be convinced. r i i s i CHY HALL. The Real Rstate, Safe Deposit, 'i rust and Investment Co., w. 8V-A j. -i 8.L.M---j., TKKNTON, N. J Transact! a general banking Allows interest on rub subject to check at sight. Rente boxes of various a'soo In Its flre rargUr proof vaults, the renter eiclnjlvely keeping the key. Acte as igent for collecting for porrhiao or sale of real eitate. tea of eveij dworlptlon, as Administrator, OaudUn, Tius- tee, ete money on mortgage on col- lateial. Agents for Cheque Bank of London. Cheqnoi for sale, good In all parti of the Hulld. HUGH H. HAMUT, HIKBY S. LIIILI, Vice Pi widen t. F. BKIBH, QDMIKE, Hngh H. Barker Gnmmere, Jr., W--n'n A. EoeWing, H. 8. T.lttle, a Heiedlth DioVln-on, Idward Grant Cook, 8 JHl! t N. Boge.i, Buchanan, Owon H. L B. RWon, J. R. d-klll. Kdmvnd 0. Hill, IN THE CITY, napn1 Celebrated Stylen now on Pale mmm, 16 East State We probably give more atten- tion to dressy Suits for Small Hoys than any other house. Our special novelties in Braided Vest charming Blouse Kits, etc., are exceedingly low m price. Miool Suits as low as A. C. Yatcs Co. Oth and Chestnut Streets. 13th and Chesmat Stree a. IHILADKLIHIA TRIMMINGS ANH NOTlCJNs. Grandest of Trlmminge. No Goods, Hosiery, ffltvrj Underwear ever before ehown In city, congisting of almost eveiy thing that gOM to mnVo ap a rtore, inch w Zephyrs, Gorman town Flow, Bibbona Jewoljy, Chenille Ornamouta Funcy Fringe, Tldioa Bnttxmi Cilmps Dollars, Oaffa, Euibro dor1 Felte, Porfu Couila, Brushes, Neil ard L S. LF All the leading mtkei of Including the celebrated 0. P. Genet Feula Waists for radios and Ml s All the moat durable makes of Underwaar for Oenta Children Hair, Uedlcsted Natural Wool and Merino Goods a fall and at prlov'i that will to all 12? N Greene Street. i c 1 i .1 K PROHPHY Al I ENDED TO. 14O PFARIi SrilK.HiT, FOBKKSI.T HAMPTON TBMJOII, N. J. i If _: e. TELEPHONE 433 IJOOK OUT FOR BARGAINS We have purchased the store North oi us [and intend to build on the two lots l lie lincsl Slorc in ircnlon! Wt matt get nd of our stock to do thin, KliADY-MADIi CLOTHING I MERCHANT TAILOltlNG WlT-T, BE J; i Kh> r IIAU J Ills MAN Bought hii ULQl'HlltG r, wonld not s how ranch the wind 
                            

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