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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               union VOL. VIII. NO. 2330. rRBNTON, MONDAY AFTERNOON, JUNK 2, J8UO. l1 WO CKN'i'B IHE CENSUS OF 1890. The Army of Enumerators Have Started to Work PR I I YV N 1 K  iust He O I i ii it vl i I UIIL 11 t in i hinery l ct nsiis ff t i is i nt in n all the I mtt 1 "it ites f i It IM plight-1 is ditiousl) d j t iipfimu! iktit PmUt anttci pitts i t's Htmiis to his olhtt that the irk f t i UNI-, in bt D tued upon a id i 1 ti 1 wit I M a least nahlt period Ul tic pi e imm irj in itters bt eu a tii_i 1 bl un s enumerators i i i 1 HI to tl t ir duties and all that r i i to done H to collect the data u n it hi-. KUI dec ulid shall b  'ore 1 mtn but the su I n bt r aeld uspoisihle foi their i i Ii u> ied t) 11 to their dtscre t iid IK hnm to inttrftre th it r 1 It s kn) MI that ap p lut n nts of this ind ait feu y n ttluni Must lie It is r )t antiopated thit much tiouble 11 c experienced in obtaining tins. rs t >t stions th it art to be b t IL refusa s ue mei, ith they w ill b i once lepurU 1 find steps t iken to en fur the law Ih supeuutein'ent is not am disuetion in the matter but it IB madeol ii_, upon hnti to repoit each an 1 per- n who fails to complj with the leq memcnts of the to the proper petsuiib who will nstitute pros edition ist tsie Molatois of it andthej become liable to A fin of It is thought th t home trouble will be experienced in securing tnswtis to. the in quit IPS regarding mortgages as well as those conct imntf special information in n lation to dise ise abo it w Inch physicians have recently gutu opmi >ns and declined to furnish t exceptions will be made iu ptopjundinjr the questions or harsh measines row ed to in enfuiung the law but here it becomes plain that the pro i-ii jus of the 1 iw are intention illy being viul i e 1 then the parties so offending will be (ailed upon to take the tonnequences Assistant Chief Clerk Wardle, of Mr Porter s office his gone to New York city, to watch the beginning of operations there and m Brooklyn, where the population ce isus will disclose more th in two million peopk In Senate and House AsiiiMjTON June 2 senate today restimt d tht suspended biher debate Set) it rs Udnch and Sherman are book 1 I jr long and is a great n nn ofi nr sen LOIS desire to bpheird no Ii m to t L d mle c in he d It is hkelj t i bi n- tndedtnce or twice during the K lo pmnit tl r discussion of bills from th u i uftee on ippiopuations ii tn mst, thesihei bill agreed upon In Hit I> publican caucus of the house will disbi i' during the week in crmmittee of tlu I 11 e bill will be o iUed up prob- ahh i Uedtusday and the rest of the ft K. be consumed in debating it It must b stated that the bill will be Ui on before the end of the week 'i i m  No hist Third street, climbed u i a chair yesterday to water to a b I he (age was hanging by an open M n lo hile reaching up to the cage tl f o} lost his balanr-e and fell out of the wim.ou In his descent to the basement htstiuek an iron railing which evtuids around the b-ibcment area One of th J non pointed pickets passed through In-. lert arm cl ise to tho shoulder, and as 1) fr.ll tlie of Ins body tore the aim fioi i its so ket Ihe irm remained hang- II 'toi'ie pike and the mangled boy fell n to tlu His death IB almost Conltln t Stiind Rebuke. Nl OPK June 2 Mahone, a cltil n fit cafe of H B Kirk Co com- milti 1 suiei le at his home, No 133 West IHHIII tijhtli street yesterday, by firing t vo hots in i a 3i-cahber revolver into hn i t nil1 Young Mahone who i h ]t w (lowed mother, came of n-'je i. sw week and celebrated the event SitJnftiy by spending his entire week's sili'ry When he got home yesterday his mntnpi rtpi01 ed him, and he locked him- 8i It in his room m apparent dejection a' d 1 illed himself Abducted by Her Father. BI.OOKWN, June Annie Clark culled at police headquarters and reported (hut -her I yerti old daughter Kitbie-had- bten ibituU'd A strange man had picked up tin thild while Bhe was playing in front ol the house and carried her off The man is support d to be the child's father, who has been sep iraeed from his wife for some time He w as arrested several months ago for trying to steal the girl A Mllllonilre'H Sulflde. MABIMIU VI11, June 2 O C Browu, the millionaire banker, was found dead in his barn yesterday afternoon with two bullets through his head aud a pistol by his suit, Iwu ing committed suicide while temporarily insane The Mine triuafe. WlLkJimmir, Pa, Jnno fire bossi s at the Stanton mine, operated by the Leih'h and Wilkoobtirre Coal company, reported the mine so full of gas OB to be unsafe. Work was ordered suspended for r -J. daughter wai greatly troubled with Berorala, and at one time It was feared ihe would lose her light. Ayer's Saraaparllla has completely restored ber health, and her eyes are as well as ever, with of soromia in her O. King, Killingijr, Conn. THE NEWS IN BRItF Fiesli I i ps IMIMI the CareTull} ulli I Ihp   i a llulf 1 i tin ti Satin a siil i rtr in liun N Mithael IM 1 is I mud ti a tiisp Ht was isliipint pi i i tlie lirt broke out Alabima tl in its nininitid the f til IOWIIIL, tltltl 1 i L, i n r 11 in is (j Jonts mi in ii s ut i) U rrt n (if Cl u i lit n M is 1) lui ue ot Pein treasiiiii 1 nn I t il s ol Mint ointn n inl AN I M nun i f Jatk son SIIJRI it iidtnt ot illation, J b Hams t f Joseph IIn 1) o shot in the neck at 1'a N J b> ataielt'as hunter He ill n Albert AV in 14 IredKioll foie man ml Hit n in P a laborei weie throw i fr nn a hind t ir it Mi nieo Junction "Vi is and thi w heels pissed them Ihe bin w is iiisiantlj killed and the others fiit ill) jun 1( d 'Iheodore tit tninulltr a weilthy ranchman nt 11 sin i wastikeu from his lanth s tuiittd with keiosene and binned t) dt i'h No clew to the fiends- C Rtdnii n 1 in aei mint uas thrown from his biill ion at skokuinish Wash and instautl) kill il IheOMipr ut il b ink resuiatd busl ness Mon John 111 h 1 with if th fun Is if tin Lutheran Orph in I0t (if U nn int t n is amsttd batiudu (n tiniiiltiiit il his busintss paitners w 1 o illi ,til t lat hi h t dt frauded the (inn of dui in itm_ and alter ing cheers s II n Ibul Afire it Middld'nr if tii luitst bull im0s in the cit} and Mwo people tie homelesi The annn   will sail foi Lurnpe (in tlit1 THE BASEBALL WORLD i o i o o o i niio T Iclo alj ai 1 1 o i- e oop-'i 10 Trron Ca-snj and 1 000 1 0030003 Bro  and Toj Rannaj nnd Mumau At in Isoi Bciich Rochester Louisville 8 Base hits 5 L >uisulle 7 f rrors Rochester 2 I u suh 0 Butteries, tletson Cal iu and McK ough At Colun bui Coluubtib f 03.0080 0-14 Athletic v i i) J 0 0 5 0 Base (_ In nh is jfi -Uhletic 11 Knora Columbus V U ti Batteries Gastnght W idner and uonur McMahou and Robmsou All uitic Assotiatnin At Neuuk-Ni. Wilmington E Base bits, Newaik P n 12 Lirors New ark S W liming i M B-ittcrits bullivan and Childs Buckle v W llmiiif, At Frastma S Citv 13 Hartford 10 Babe hits Jersey ]6 Hartford 10 Errors 0 Hirtford 0 Batteries Turnei and M u phj nil lei lan and Hodgenmn Si Hiding of tho Clubs Clubs Boston Brooklyn New Yoin Chicago W J .1 11 .1 1) r n lr) 14 I U LI V( LF Uib-i tnt> I luludelp a 16 I Otntll U 16 L PCt I! itfnlo 000 4.9 345 N Gluts tt L I Ct lubs W L P Ct Pbliadf pa .0 U NPW Brookljn U o B ton Cincinnati is t i 1 Chicago 15 !4 its AMI I K N Clubs 1 f 'i Ai 10 l foiedo 1016 15 17 10 17 9 Jl Athletic Rocliestir 21 H 0 s (_ L. P Ct 14 18 uubns 15 19 441 14 19 4SH 8 28 260 Louisville 18 14 smcuse St. Louis 17 16 o iBro klju ATLVNTK ASSOt rATION Clubs W I I' t I Clubs W L P Ct, N Haven 19 H HiWashton 10 14 633 15 7 IS I iscvUty 1210 49 Baltimore H 9 Ob Hartford 8 19 Newark 1712 iliiunst, n 424 143 His ictlin Drad RocinsTHi June On Iriday, near Addison Steube i county, Fmmet Crane shot Mrs frah Penv a married woman tht mother of foui children, be cause she refused to nmpt his attentions as a lover and go and with him Crane has been pajmg attention to Mrs Perry for some time ind on Thursd 15 she forbade him to come to her home anymore On Friday he went to Mrs Peri) s house and tried to gtt into the place hut Mrs Peny saw him coming md locked the door He kicked on the door for some tune, and at last she opened it and ordered him off the premises, when he pulled a revolver aud bliot her Shelned until Saturdaj, when she died Crane wns airested and taken to Bath to aw ait the action of the grand jury A Vtnnlit be Koscuer LOBPH His Life CnicAfio, June 2 i Smith, 3) years of age, engaged in the dressmaking business, became despondent owing to reverses in busine-ss, and committed suicide by jump- ing into the lake from Fullerton avenue pier A younpc man name unknown, leaped 1OTS the water and Ttti mpled to save her, but after sw imminp i nhoit dis tance he was seen to throw up his hands aud disappear It is supposed he was with cramps Bollevril to Have Committed Suicide. WILKFSII M'.iiF, Pa June 2 who shot himself Friday be- cause his wife would not admit him to her home, escaped from the hospital Saturday night while the nuisea were temporarily nbsent from the room He 'IBS not been (ouml since and it is thought that he Jumped into the river and wrifc drowned Four Utinilred Resume A8IH AND, Pa June 2 -The Readlng'i Monitor "olheiy opened today after five months idleness Four hundred persons areemph'Vd The situation at the Bait mine is nut hanged The extent of the fire in the woiKinirs is still unknown. The vocal organs are strengthened by the nse of Ayer'ft Cherry Pectoral Clergyman, lawyers, Ringers, actors and public Jlnrt thin preparation the most effective rem- edy for Irritation and of the throat and Inngj, ftnd for all afTbctloni of the voml IHE NEWS OF EUROPE. The Compensation Bill in the British Parliament OI'l'OSIIHO 10 Illf Thfl Mutiny of Protest to In Hjdi Park on Sutiirilii} t.ext Othei Hi UK of Giutlul Intorobt from OMT thf On in LliM N Inn 2 the prestnt sessi n if parliamont is quiti well ad that bod) is to be tonfn nttd f. i toda) s Bitting began the faint st hil in (if t le inng aw tht u w hit h has 1_ p wauls ol Jim pul lu bills and stores of pri e been mtiodueetl and of thebi tnlj ten have passttl since the niiiL, i f the session Hit re is a stioug indication that the gov eminent is al ik) in regard to the tompen satliia bill intl onh Mr Gosoheu is under stood to be dt tt rmmed to push it to the end 1 he I nn ni t ipcrsnowuduso the to drop the mea-sure, and the Ii n J iiirnals are advocating reconsid eration and modification of the bill before the oecurrente of the temperance mass meeting ealltd in Saturday to piottst against it Ibis movement l! grow ing to propi rtions aud the meeting promises, to be one of the largest and m ist enthusiastic public gatherings held in London for man) >ears Tho arfare Agalnht the Pleasure In addition to these signs of hot warfare against the ineasme there a higmfltant movemintin opposition to it within the ranks of the guv eminent part) Several strong supporters of the government have forniall) intimated to the nnnistr) that while supporting the second reading of the bill the) will if the mtasiire is proceeded with bt obliged to ofler and advocate ex tensive a muniments m committee The whole tout of the reprtsentations thin made points to the abandonment of the IIKMSUK as the simplest w i) out of the diftunltv but uptothepiesent Liisehen remains obtlui ate and speaks to his friend6 privittlv as if the govtrnment were de termitud to procei d with the bill at all Is In this respett the views of Mr Gosi IK n are at v an nice w ith th )se of Mr Kitchie who is not smguine as to the prac ticabiiit) of passing the me isllre, after the IK e gamed on the licensing clauses of the loe il government bill In fact Mr Gosi hen st mils almost alone in his faith m the prosptcts of the hill The Jiench Fisheries Quarrel. PAKIS nine i bill has been deposited in the tht nbir bat ked by the ministers ol finance marine and eommeice extending the lislnng boiintj until June, 1911 Ihtpnainble complains of the aggrava tion of the difficulties of the French usher men b> Newfoundland s restrictive legisla- tion and declares that the national inter ests will be impciiled unless the present situation is maintained Deput) Ddloncle will propose an amendment that the bill ought to be framed in such language as to compel the New founders to accept the ar rangement between England and France International Congieyatioual Council. LONDCA Tune Congregational bnion of Euglnnd and Wales has resolved to summon an international council ol Congreg tionalists to meet m London during the (list half of Julj 1R91 and tc consist of about 800 members, 100 for Eng land 100 for the bnited States of America and 100 for ales, Ireland Scotland and the colonies The council is to be of a de- liberative eharactei Swept by a Hurricane SOFIA, June A huiiicane swept over Sofia yesterday, completely leveling the buildings m the north part of the city and wrecking many structures m other por- tions Meven soldiers were killed and sev eral injured The number of civilians killed or injured Is not yet ascei tamed The p( cuniary damage to the palace will reach fciOO 000 German Interests in Africa ZANZIBAR June from the French missionaries at tgajda under the daU. of March 6 btato that Mwanga was in complete possession of the kingdom Kale- ma having been defeated and routed Dr Peters who has been King Mvvanga's sworn friend and adviser, has secured treaties and monopolies in fav or of the Germans Heaume the winner PAPIS June 2 race for the Jockey olub prize, run yesterday, was won by fieaume, Mirabeau was second, and Fitz- rojal third Twelve horses entered and ten ran Count Herbert Bismarck to wed. LONDON, June dispatch to Chronicle from Paris Bays Count Herbert Bismarck Is engaged to many the eldest daughter of Lady Dudley Knocked Out In Two Mlnutefl EL PASO, Tex June 2 Hearld, of St Paul, and Tom Standard of this city fought just over the Mexico line near here early yesterday morn ing Standard led with a right bander on Hearld s side and cleverly dodged two blow s but Hearld then caught him in the neck with a swinging right hand blow and knocked him sill) Standard failed to re- spond to the call of time, and the fight waa given to Hearld Time two minutes and ton seconds Hearld weighed and Standard 143 pounds Several hundred spectators went from this city by special Southern Pacific tram to see the fight Standard has a great reputation in southwest as a hard hitter The Wettern Bakeij Trust. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind Juno 2 ol incorporation of the largest company evei organized in Indiana were filed Saturday It is the L'niletT States BaMng company, which will do a baking business in thit state The company represents a consoh dntion of the baking firms in western Penn Ohio Michigan and Indiana Ihe headtjuarttrH will be located at Rich mond Ind Each In m takes stock to value of its plant It is expected that company will be ablt to control the baking business in the west as the New England have along the coast Charged nlth Infanticide. EBIF, Pa. June bodies of two babes which had bcon born alive were found in a grass plot on the outskirts ol the city by the authorities, and circum stances led to the arrest of Mrs William Abell, a young German woman The evi dence against the woman Is so strong that she has been held for a hearing The woman is good looking and hag always borne a good reputation It Is false! No Imitation Is at good as the gtmnlne Hires' Root Beer. Borne dealers recommend Imitations for the larger profits they yield. What a delicious drink Hires' Root Seer VINtLAND EXCITED Ml- 1 I In I, ullli n I l I I..... Hi r H r-lianil I linn 1 1 s i 11 is i 1 i an nil I s i f iii i of Din I (i 1 i I 11 n si IHIL, ii i n ail i 1 11 llii 11 i t I i t u d at 1 i 11 i 1 st M i i a lit iirniL t 11 Mil 1 s tw i s is v i i md il i 1 I s s n in 1 iw M Lsuill I n t 1 i! h u u I hi in 1 I It n t f 1 t i 1 It s 1 unit I [lit I i I I I 11 (II IVV HL II Ht tl I t I I I III I t( p Is I I i Illl-l HI 1 t V I I 1 I 1 t 111 11 tt I I 1 I h nil tl llii Ii i as In w i w iv nil ur i u I I. i f i I II i i I tin i ip iw fi i I il an 1 n it to In I u I i I K it to a phvsieian If Ii i i i 1 M 1 1 Ii is bten i iiitnl sin i I i r in 1 i fust s t i SH l hin_ t t n i jtt m agartl ti tl nioipliu "1 1 In Hhu prii( iml fur hei sill s t time w it i slit wassuflir in h i t MI1 "'r bus! an 1 v isitt 1 itii i i i j ul and tht re w as quite a H I j nit H 1 nr talk w il-li I pi i I u 1 n I init Hit lie said lit ill 1 at I I I ul to kill him Mr 1 nek 1 I i-. 11 i marritd to this (his set inrti at i I Hi is 65 and Ins wift is 4 i i 11 She came to luelaiiil flolu i Nnxil hv an I-x I onvlct Nrw i ilk June 2 David Harrttt a v i t was standing on pier 5i 1 ist i 1m ist leady to jump into llii m I i i 1 en 1 Ins llh because he could nit j_ t ik Hirrett was musing hi si 1ml s i Id liarles O Connor w i I'l itlir was fishing on the I i lull n u tin vsatti Barrett jumped tlttr tit b win is m a dangerous a I M i n a eaiialli at and the pier II i- 1 n s i 1 id i n ler the boat b) the ui e t tlin huielt niched him Bar ii t t ijit lit clothing with his l i tb an I v i i with him to the end of tht I k tn v w n nsdied Hi th were i t 1 I u n u 1 s ital Bain It tuld I1 st i i 1 hi ma h he had tnid ti in i I i 11 tin n tent di ith of Ins in il 11 Ii( s i i 1 L 1 1 made up his nnnd 1 si i i il i II i i sttal lit lean til il i ii is u i ile serving ati n N in i n 1 ut no one woul 1 i j 1 i kilt vv the v UIIL, III i i he hub lestuetl ttn ]itis ns U ill V. hi I in ui H Itiithday, i n lln 1 tut 1 Ii i s i bntli I i i iv sit i m A Ii ui i t u 1 i f i s little (i tt on Mist nnniltt i of Iny f 11 t K HI 1 i J i pu u t 1 i quit t little inn NI I i ti llu inimt i s i) of Iiu I il ii i et is not ablet ijiu II u u M il In tin unit; lit en i r till 1 it him t hj H iiumbti of ht( i i i t Is V i nun tin 1 idles and gentle in i i l ol lnn't isoll Ron II l 11 i ir 1 wife MM John II mison t t ill n s in 1 Di Uuinel linnton, I it-> I 1 jl In0eiboll was the prm (ipal i t The poet is growing Mi) f i le and he feels tl at he not Inc nn ch 1 ingLi Ur Buck, his biog rapht i -j f n -.a good deal of time with him as 1 j othti old friends Poet hid 11 i h is made his w ill, w Inch Is aald to he a (.u i nis document .No one but himsi It mtl Ii s old i i iuid Lawyer Har nttt 1 ncms its e mteuts The ast Piinrtpal Lewis. H s June 2 ihe autopsy on the b j 1 uf ntle Paul Geblmul who was allej, i i f di d m conse inence of t pi eu 1 Pnmipal J G i iij rt im nue school, has been niudt Ur Ko] ut the physician leudur Lewis insists that the b( (iic 1 tJiifit noniii and that i ud nt i UK to do with his death Mcd c il I iiiui will pobubly re- port toilit) Jit anpiitulas: siting that pULiimotiu 11 pi i lujis the cm se of the boj s diatli 1 N t ut biliLved that Mr Lewis w ib I; llu p jusil h Ihe Stiikiiit; Italian Laborers. c N J June2 ing Itrtli i i an t !i holding the two work trams it 1 Kum It la sud they will be paid oil tndji} 11 which they will pre-j I1 r tun t  leit to bu> more bhjui in ill iiij t be u.udt to airent them bet OIL pt> Lieut it is tho they will make truub'u for UK sheriff Public palh) is with tin Italians Small us au Educator. Of DI-S I tai June Sam bmall tne noted soutlieiu has been el cud president of the Mtthodist in this city He will move his family here and make Ogden his future home 11m IK cessitates severing his con- utetinn h tin southern Methodist con teieiice ind afhliatmg with the northern Munodisti x Thompson Dead. Pot i N June ihomis n m of the most prominent is of tins (itj, died suddenly jester daj ii i i lountt) residence at New Ham buig ut hi ut il st ist Mr Thompson iep resulted this di ti tin congress iu 1837-8, and was one ot tin hrst truBtees of Vasgar college lie was bl }tars of (Jure If you have made up your mind to buy Hood's Sarsaparilla do not bo Induced to take any other A Boston lady, whose example Is worthy Imitation, t( 11? her experience below In one store where I went to buy Hood's Bampirilh ffie cletR tried to Iri3ucb me buy their own instead of Hood's he told me tholr's would last longer, that I might take It on ten 10 Get days' trial, that If I did not like It I need not piy anything, etc, But he could not prevail on me to change I told him I had taken Hood's Sarsaparilla, knew what It was, waj satisfied with It, and did not wint any other When I began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla I was feeling real miserable with dyspepsia, and so weik that at times I could hardly stand. I looked like a person In consump- tion. Hood's Sarsaparllla did me so much good that I wonder at myself sometimes, and my friends frequently speak of It MBS. ELI t A. Gorir, 61 Terrace Street, Boston. Sold by all druggUti fl.atxforfS Praparedonl? by 0 I HOOD A CO ApothecwrlM, towcll, 100 Poses One Dollar THi I iti (Ml I 1 I tin O ill I 1 I I i uit III i ui n t 1 IIM ii i n i 1 i til nit i Is fill i 1 n_ i i i f 1 t n m i it t n l ll t f i i u 11 i, ik 1 i i ill n i t t u ii m i 1 t n i i t 11 t i i n i 11 11 lli iiu tin i t n iki _ in i M-, un Ii r Hi l 1 iu i 1 in i i nn II n 1 r ill! 1 i- s f 1 i i 11 L, i> i nh I M U M I I t Ul 1 ll 1 N 111 1 1- i 11 nil in 4 nit ll i i t nf tin I H t 1 M t i M 11 t i url inti i ft i iti 11 j i 11 ut ui [t SH i 1 In r iMitnt n tin must tn l nitt i i nit 1st iti inn tit 1 ut it 1 i h t Ii jii i i nn 1 t s i! 1 1 In s< h i r si i an i ill Ii i imam t s I lit I1 I 1 m 11 1 t t i ii t thur nun Ii i K fii f ni i ui n t t nbs< nc_e ol Mtu 1 nil n t tin fi ruitur il 11 1 t t f i S il t 11 _ 1 at I i r plm "Ii n vi j n i unm liU i t u i I I I M CUI 111 lilt H Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar baking powder High est of all in leavening strtuKth U 8 Gov eminent Repoit, August 17, 188U ANGKT.O CAMKKA'S QENBEAL XONFECTIONEEY, Jr 'ii CTX orS, 1ST u tc. Superfine Cream Chocolates a specialty An immense assortment of achous, Lozen- ges, Drops, Coogh Candies, Nut Candles, Car iimels, Mixtu es Penny Goods Turkish Candies, French reams, Glaces, etc Prices moderate 205 80U1H BEOAD STREET, NEXT TO BEOAD 6TEEET BANK ANOELO CAMEEA, Paop The latest novelties out in Ladies' and Children s fast colored, liest quality hoee am ng which note fol'owlpg famouti ahaolutely fastdyis TheYSF the Star, the Palsy ind Gloria I'yo wlnih leLges the whole world for its tqnal in quality and extremely low prices The reduced prices are 10, 12 lri 20 and 25c and upwards Our next novelty are new styles just out in Children 8 Hats and Caps, to which we pay especial study, and always had the rame of selecting the prettiest, lipndsomfBt assortment of Infante' and Children a Caps and Hats Handsome Hats reduced to 25c and upwards Fans I Fans! Fans! All styles made along with Buck- les, books Corsets fine Cam brie Underwear Underwear, Bibbons GlovtB of every descrip tion, Hilts, Parasols xnd fine Umbrellas is our grand apec ally We only the ve'y beat madn Parcels and Umbrellns along with Umbrellas snd are daily 'efemiig new styles at lower than truly city prices Look at them Call and be convinced OPPOSITE CITY HALL. The Real Estate, Safe Deposit, Trust and Investment Co., W.STA.J." STJJ-J1.T, N. J Transacts a general banking business. Allows Interest on cash deposits, subject to check at sight Bents boxes of various e ?es in its flre and burglar proof vaults, the renter exclusively keeping the key Acts as agent for collecting rents and for purchase or sale of real estate. Executes trusts of every description, u Execntor, Administrator, OnardUn, Tras etc money on mortgage and on col- lateral. Agents for Cheque Bank of London. Cheques for sale, good In all parts of the HUGH H. HA MILL, Prudent, HIHBY 8 LITTLE, Vice ABA F SKIBM, Secretary BAEKKK OUHKRK, JB., Treunrer WIIIIAM O MOOBB, Cashier. Hagh H. Hunlll, T N. Arlams, Ksq, Vofcera, Gam mere, Jr, Jamee Bach an an t Eoebling, Owen H. Looke. H. 5. Tattle. L B. Dickinson, J. B. Owkill. XdfiArd Grant Cook, Edmund 0. Hill. Albert dfcjton. The Fimous COCOT of Europe. The Coming One of America. Van Iloutrn's h fer i rnon if the flesh fomiing tltmrnts f M ih in is jljtdiiiuj b) the best processes of other IP itiuf.u mrers. VANlhllHN'SClllJOA GOES FARTHEST." Dot tors ind iniUstsof tin st standing all over the world, ti tins iimn< nse s.iving, and by VAN Hou- UN spti i il pii c  20 Similar Cut-Downs in Youths' and Children's DepartiMent. 'Tho season n 0111 st M k i-, lartco and are bound to move it Tins Hah ill mteiist all It enables }ou to get the best Cloth- ing in I'lnladLliiliid at jmns than aske'd tor low grades. MAI 4444 Olh and Chestnut Bt. (Ledger Building) 13th and Chestnut St. HlKMi. pGYPriAN COTTON, AMKKICAN CIIAT.TJS, M Cr.OTlI ANii fKNANG 1 J GINGHAMS AKU. Til K f'OUK KKPRKSKNT- ATlVR COTTON IJRKSS FAKRICS OF TllK WOKI-D. Their designs, colorings and finish are unsur- passed. Being light in weight, very dressy and exceptionally stylish, they are especially desirable for warm weather wear. This morning we exhibit very full varieties of these goods, which are confined exclusively to our house, and extend to you a cordial invitation to examine them. EGYPTIAN COTTON The conqueror rf every rival Tho peerlis' the nneqialed, the unapproachcd cotton dress fabric of the world, only 15c a Yard Handsomer designs, rrfort beautiful eclor blendlngs and richer effect} have never been shown iu cotton good? 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