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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               J YOU VIII. NO. I'KKNTON, THUH8DAY AUTKKNOON, JUNK 5, 1890. TWO CKN'18 VIC I IMS OF A CYCLONE. A Nebraska I own Wiped Out of Existence 'lENRIIIlK VM> MVM INJUIED II 1 (iiuh in tlu 1'liue Th it 1 stalled itliinl Irnuj to OIJL 01 More m (he List Is Mlraou ill IS! M Neb June i This town of four Di me hundre 1 inhabitants was laid waste a lone which struck it about 8.WVU He irl) el cry house in tow n w s demolished and nothing re mains hut i mass ctf luins aud roofless walls peisons were killed and Q score or nn re injuietl Ibe wind wiis accompanied by a deluge of run and a stunning fusillade of bail Almost before the frightened Inhabitants had time to realise the nature of their mis fortune thev found themselves in the street aud their houses reduced to a shape less miss of nuns Ihe business part oi the town is nothing but a pile of kindling wood not one store being left standing Ever) lu the hamlet is in ruins, onlv- i M ills remaining and these without1 toofs 1 he scenes enacted after the wind had subsided tie bcvond description In ever) house in toun somibod) was either killed orwouultd V hospital is at once mi provided in a loofless barn and the dead and wounded were taken there The killed and injured aie The Klllinl and Injured. John Miller Child of J Bromscy 'ft ife nnd child of Isaac Denner Child of Mr Chapin two inembeis of Ml Shaw s family ife nnd child of -Mr Minke Mi Minke s hired man, name unknown Mr Shaw f uher of Tohu Shaw, is miss did is supposed to have been killed A Brumsev broken arm Mis J A Bnimsej and two the wife and familv of Mr Ctitsliaw Mrs M M ilhiims an unknown emigrant, who was taken up and dashed against an ele- vators side will die Nellie Dorsey Mr and Mrs John Miller Alexander Miller and Ins entire fumilv.Dr Moore, Mr and Mrs keisir Mr uml Mrb J H Babcock and then thiee children Willie Chapiu, P M and I C Colbj H N Cook W illie Heath Mrs lliomas Mrs Charles Miller and Mrs Ch ipm Isa ic Pinner Mr and Mrs W illi inison, Professor McDermott, R D Logun and manj others Eight are said to bo iiiortalh wounded lieiglit Cars luisted Like Empfy Boxes The B and M depot was destroyed and tclcantph iv lies are down Freight cars vveie bloun and twisted about as though they were imptv paper The prairie around is strewn with dead hogs and frig iiei s of buildings Ihe exact extent of ti su mi in the surrounding countv is not ki vn it U is writing The Russian set- tit i fit so ith of here is destiojed, also the i et- of Hiini Morrison, D Chicken i HI il Kni h Mnetv hogs anel one horse feunil in ugiocerj cellar It v h niscs are left m the extreme vv t n part of the v but thev are ni t v ndons and doors and their con i u it sriUcieti broadcast over the I i Ml II c cars standing on the rail i i it iv we ie blown away except one Mil stuck which wiis blovvn with- t l n mi the ti ick, to ork, a distance i n e inih s M ill I  Iowa i i 1 with heavy rains i s i nimht (j teat damage was m I I n i n s vti il towns in Pottawat- t i nut Mi squito creek, which 1 1 null tht towns suddenly over t l i I nils At Underwood about i HSU' n res were w recked, and as n i i MI -i Hiideud homeless Five i les ii v in 1 1' it i ut of town traversed by 1 1 i 1 ii MI mil Rock Island roads is i mi hid iiiidtr htteen feet of water No sv tie iost but there were many very i 11 ow ipes by residents of the flooded i icN At eston the creek over- and tht otv was flooded to a depth ei i t- ftet throughout Thirteen houses wer v ru t cd inel hftv more or less dam- 1 W iter flooded the town of Persia ti elect Ihe creek at this point was one a id a half miles wide and the current ton.: Tour houses were wrecked No ti mis ire running on the Milwaukee and Island roads The about Ad ur was the worst ever known tlftte iiimf'iwis of and cattle were drowiied or kilU.il In lightning, and one Blclhun was lost Troops Ordered Out. lot K, Neb June 5 9 30 yesterday r apt Lundeen received a message fnm Governor Thajer ordering him to re- pi 1 1 eomp inj A to the mayor of York }l i (i lunis ordered the company to Bta Ishnw, whew it will remain on duty till oruer is bronsht out of. the chaos which now mgns thereAThe injured have been 1 mm e 1 to ork bjTtpecial train ilu rtlief pnrtv vvltjeh left for Bradshaw V> tdm-sdaj night arrived here yesterday Ihe party found it scene of honor that w irds tinnot pwraj There was not a bnilding fit for omipancy, every oneljeing roolless On account of the ram, fires for cookm" could not be built There is tha utmost need for immediate and efficient relief m the shape of food and shelter A Newspaper Ilnlliling Struck. Nnv YORK, Tune Atiout 940 last a thunderbolt broke just over The Commeicial A'lvertisor building at the southwest corner of Nassau and Fulton slit etc, sending a column of flame dowu t le corn r of the building, across Nassau street and sinking the Site pnmp just in of the Raub building The building wis not d imaged Killed by Lightning. Cuio Mull June Four farmers while cleaning n horse were struck by liioil.nng Ihe two killed were Edward Goofichild and V> ilbain Holmes The in- jured were Matthtw Ringle and S N laggett The injured men w ill recover THE NEWS IN BRIEF Irish flum the Carefully Culleil J Tf Ibiirlu nf J limber Whvland Co whtilesale writers New dud -udilinh f "puplcxj Ihtlmtcl Piesl jlirmns in sr-sit n at Buffalo pttition the president fi i a ill- tlnet aiknuuli nt if hr st as the Mil re me i tilt i t t I he Mat] n in the thaukb ing pi lanuttlun Beinartl Heinv a life convict in the Juliet (Ills i pi s n fell dead fiom JO) ou tint Inthi Itnienc) he w oultl leu lea-ed i u Oi t iber 1h 00e) soiereigns much to the surprise of turfmen who ha 1 considered Surcfoot a sure winner the odds bi ing 2 to 1 on the favorite Li Nord was second and Orwel third Surefoot finished a head behinc Orwell The his issued a ukise ordering the ahmdonnuut of Russusauti lewish policy foi one 5 ear 'ihe tri il of thirt) three brigands has begun at Higona It'll) 1 ich is charge( with wiggles lie murder and robber) fnc thousand children took part in the annti il Sunda) school parade at Brook lyn Max ludd, of St Louis, defeated J W Show liter of K> at the foimer place thirebj winning the chess championship of the L lilted States THE DANCE OF DEATH Terrible Seem In a Hull llooiu, Caused 05 1- Lamps BFRLIN June During the progress of a ball at Arnstadt i chandelier containing a number of filled with petroleum fell to the flooi in the midst of a crowd of dancers ihe b m[ s exploded scattering the burning oil over the terrified men and women m that pirt of the hall and a hor Tible scene ensued Shrieking women with their garments blazing, ran in all dnections defying the efforts of friends to extinguish the flames and many vv ere thrown with violence born of despeiation to the floor, and held while their binning clothing was teirn from them 'Iwo ladies ran into the open air and were burned to death before pursuing friends could overtake and relieve them Thirteen others were seriously burned, and it it> ihoueht that some of them cannot survive their injuries Ttie Mohonk Conference. LAKF MOHONK N June the negro confeience tht follow ing officers were elected President, R B Hajes Ohio sec retarj Rev A H Bradford, New Jersey, treasurer, D L C Earner, New York The organization is known as the Mohonk Conferene e for the W elfare ducation and Chriptianization of the Colored People of the United States Among the speakers yesterday afternoon were ex President Hajes, Judge Tourgee President Games, Eastman College of Ponghkeepsie and Professor Hutchmson, Buldle university All of the speakers referred to the neces- sity of industrial education as a means for the development of the negro character The convention will lemam m session to- day aud ta mot row The Arcnnuin MILWAUKLF, Wis, June 5 thir teenth annual session of the feupreme council of the Rojal Arcanum of the United States and Canada convened in this city jesterdav Supreme Regent Hon L R Watts, of Virginia, presiding The report of the supreme secretary showed a membership of 97 an increase of during the p lit year ihe uniformed rank paraded in the afternoon, and a grand re- ception and concert was tendered the visit- ors at Schhtz paik in the evening Krnploj erg Refuse Arbitration. June planing mill Owuers have sent a letter to the state board of arbitration, which convened here to settle the mill hands strike, stating that they have nothing which they desire to ar- bitrate, as they are firmly determined not to grant any part of the demands made by their emploj es 1 lie strike situation is nn changed, nearly 850 men being out and hopeful of winning Dismembered by a Train. SV.KACISE, N Y, June Hop- pin started from Jamesville yesterday to see Torepaugh's circus While walking on the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western railroad tracks he was struck by an engine and killed Both anus and both legs were cutoff 'Ihe engine was throwu down an embankment Engineer Ross and his fire- man jumped and saved themselves Matnn'a Democratic Candidate. AUGISTA, Me June 5 W Hill, of Exeter, the Democratic nominee for goveinor, is 6fl jears old He is extensively Interested in farming and is a director in the Maine Central and other railroad com- panies He WRS a member of the legis- lature in 1679 and a state senator in 1882 Will Probably LOM Hmitl. NKH June 5 W G Comatock, assistant in chemistiy at Yale, while experimenting m the laboratory at the scientific school, burned his hand with a preparation, the heat of which is reck- oned at 500 (legs Fahrenheit The hand will probably have to be amputated A Fast Ho.se Killed. PLAIM IFI D, N J, June 5 a se vere storm here last evening an eloctrlo light HIM was knocked down and struck and kilUd a fast horse owned by John Uh i- Ilei which was being driven In from the orpnnfi arc ntroiifztbenortby tho me of Av T n f horrv Tectornl itinlM-ol No Imitation is as good US the tawyern, nlj rt-rn, nctorn nnel public speakers Hlrci1 Root Beer. Some dealers flnd thin preparation tho mont pflectlve rem., recommend Imitations for the larger profits for irritation and weakness oc the throat they yield What a delicious drink Hires' and lungs, and for all affections of the vocal, Boot Beer Packages make. EMPLOYED I ODD MURDER A Conspiracy Which Excites Newcastle FIFUtN rOU A LIIE That Is the Prlte Mrs Kimlolph Was VVillinB to Pay to Huve Hanker P FolU 'Removed lives Heard the Ilargaln r w c Pa June 5 great sen sationvvas created here yesterday by the arrest of Mrs Randolph, who is charged with having conspired to murder Bankei P lolti Ihe woman who is beat known as. Mis McGinty, a business of illegal medical practice, aiid, after car- rv ing on her nefarious trade for tvv elve oi fifteen years she was finally convicted and sentenced to tno 5 ears in the penitentiary When she vv as released, three j ears ago, she started a little store in the suburb known as Rhmetowu on the west side, and that was her occupation when ar rebteel Samuel Kissinger is a well known char acter He was sent to penitentiary about fourteen jears ago for being impli cateel m the >esbit robber} near Mount Jackson A fewjeirsago he purchased the McKmlej faun und now runs a milk dairy She tinted a Man of Neive ilham P Toto is president of the First National bnuk About a month ago Mrs McGinty cautiously approached Kissinger and told him there was big money in a Job she had on hand providing he had-nerve enough to do the work She finally told him he was to make away with Mr Foltz The next morning Kissiuger came over to town for the purpose of telling of the oc currence to William M Brown Mr Foltz's brother in law Mr Brown was absent from Wie city and feeling that he must, as he SUNS tell somebody, he disclosed the matter to Dr John McKiHley not rev eal ing however the name of Mrs McGinty Mr McKmley advised him to go direct to Foltz and acquaint him of the conversa- tion He did so but Mr Foltj treated the matter as a trifling joke, and Kissinger re- fused to tell him the name of the person desirous of having him mnrdereel The matter worried Mr Foltz more than hs cared to admit however, and he went to Mayor Brow n and employed him and De- tectiv e Marshall to probe the thing Detectives Heard Bargain. Detectiv es Marshall and Brown went to work 'I hey first found that person wishing to employ Kissinger was the Me Ginty woman In order to bring out de- velopments they had Kissinger stand in with them and at the time negotiate with Mrs Mctjinty for the commission of the crime eral meetings w ere had by appointment, and at each of these Marshall and Brown were hidden in the room and heard the conversation The last rendezvous was on Monday night, when final arrangements were made for the killing The price of the Job was flnallv fixed at 500 and Mrs McGinty, who had intimated all along that a third person was furnishing the money, said she would be ready to pay it over in ten days In none of the arrangements did she npaert that she had any vengeance to wreak upon Mr Foltz The details of this bargain were beard by both Marshall and Brown, who not ten feet ay from the speakefs She Sajs It Was a Joke A warrant was issued by Mayor Brown charging Mrs McGinty with conspiracy, and the arrest was made by Detective Marshall Vr hen arrested and confronted with the enormity of the crime, she laughed at the idei of there being any harm in tended She said she was drawing Kiss inger on to see how far he would go and that she only mentioned Foltz because his was the first name that popped into her head She laughed at the idea that she was m earnast when offering Kissinger the bribe For three weeks the detectiv es have shadowed the McGinty house day and night m the hope of finding the mysterious third person What they learned they are not yet ready to divulge 1 he arrest has caused more excitement than anything that has happened here m years, and all other matters have given way to a discussion of the conspiracy Many theories are ad vanced, the most prevalent one being that the McGmty woman is either an imbecile, a crank, or else desired to put Kissinger to a test She has employed John G Me- Conahay as her attorney, and, if thought necessary, the plea of insanity will be set up The woman is 65 years old, and wnf a cook on the Erie canal thirty years ago THE BASEBALL WORLD Busi il lla- 1 i k M (I I I i o i o o o o i s 1 rk 14 B st j limit 1 1 1- 9 0 4 I in 1 it an 1 Miir( 1} 0251 0 0 2 i 1 i 1' 6 i Ui klyn Halt 1 r ru r, mid vlttml Hill r n ill I. 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I I) ilTnl Milk Muul mil I ill U (I ic tin V (levplnil Ha InU llui ni, Clue ino I Uiuli ami Ii )le Bill tlv uii 040030 002000 n PlttsburK K Baturits II Attinduei 00100) 000010 10 Clevplan 1 i 1 C Ball r tsnlilUte ut 00 CI-" 0 1 t lirers Kute alii) 41. 000-4 000 I 4 hnors Uiirsli u 1 liinm U Niitloiml League In IS( llnlik r u sonsi I II MHIM -Ii it river 1 v 1 hi tinned skill Idrntilii I n nn Blot hi is I in HIII) and harlt I 4 in 1 i vi irs risputlvt h 1 I'ktr i -In irntenr Ii "in I in tin i[ II nj. t 11 hkilt 11 in I tu hatM whit h il us ui i f llontl the i iv 1 1 in u th Nnip it barracks vver g 1 i l, I IPI.I Priiimrtliinn linn HIP stuke In   During u dis pute 1 i K tinf ud ef Uus plait was liavi IK de Hoiighton s wife Iltnighltm in. jrtfrretl and Kmnford beat his 1 nuns out with a handspike Hum ford has been ant -ted Rcntmiln itid for a Ninth Term SriiiMinn Ills June 5 Thlr teeuth Di-liiel convention reuominutt d M Spritiger for run gress b) acclamation, for bn n "th Urui V s, Iluus) Demolished (insiiii In linn r Vcjelone passed m nr this phii i je-tirday afternoon A school li ISF three miles south was struck tin sttum mil nnplett ly demolished Ihe tint lit i Miss Mar) Smith was badly injui ul nuil in npil fatally injured Miss Smith nuiv p -silih reeovir Several farm hmtstsiuu! ninieiotis out buildings were bltm n 1 he number of people in- jured is est nn iti 1 at t t nt) The IntlijM (nmpHiiya latent Move Niw OniVNs June Shattuck, of al H noliei in the house that he 1- ith mtr timed bill providing fjfthc sul i i n It tht eh t tors of the stall an in i) linent the constitution by inseltlliK Hit! in in irtlcle on levees, schi ils 11 it It is )_ net il slllll U tl I I an 1 lotteries n !i isti d I hat this is s in i Ii Mi i bill some- Fired by the BBLVIDFRE, N J Tune 5 very severe thunder storm, with high wind, occurred last evening Lightning struck the War- ren bouse stables, and they were destroyed by flre, together with several other build ingw Ixw, Killed hi a Lightning Flash. PARK! SotiND, Ont June 5 a thunder stoim here last night the house of Joseph Mi bee was ntmok by lightning is 111 le lessie MeUet, m Killed by Exploding Metal PITTSBUBO, June afternoon a converting vessel at the Allegheny Besee- mer Steel works was upset and the out- pouring metal exploded by coming in con- tact with the wet bottom of the pit Four men working near burned, one, George Dales, fatally, another, Thomas Holland, probably fatally, and two, John Sagers and Martin Peters, seriously in jured The fuel pit man is said to have caused tlm accident by tipping the ladle too soon Fort n no Will Hake Legal Fight. NEW YORK, T Thomas Fortune, the well knowu colored editor, was refused a glass of beer in Trainer's saloon last night, and becoming noisy, was ejected and arrested He bail, and says he will sue Tramor undewthe civil rights act Mr Trainor claims that the refusal to sell a drink to Foitune was due to the fact that the man waa Intoxicated, and had no reference to his color. Mr. Hngiard'i Protcit. Lou DON, June H Rider Haggard, writing to an American publishing com- pany protesting against their mutilation of his novel says "Since the American legislature has hoisted the black flag it would be Quixotic not to flail there- under, but it would be courteous to pre- serve the reputation of foreign authors The Marquis Gets Three Monthi. PAMS, June 5 trial of the Marquis de Mores and the others attested with him for connection with the May day disorders ended in their conviction. The marquis was sentenced to three months' imprison- ment and the Anarchist Vallee to month in prison A Hundred Cattle Killed. Four DODGE, la, June 5 fast stock train on the Illinois Central railroad was completely wrecked by a washout near Axkley Mare than 100 head of cattle were killed TIM train men escaped uninjured. lent to Asylum, BOSTON, June J Holland, the Harvard student who stole bicycles, boots, Ac from the college buildings, has boon adjudged insane nnd sent to an asylum daughter was preatly troubled with Scromln, and nt ono time it wni feared she would loie her nlffht Ayer's Hnimpnrllla has completely restored hor health, and her eyes are an well anever. with nota trace of ncrorala In her.jatem." 0. King, KllUnjly, Conn. 5 1 0 0 1 3 1 S i-H llcli I) 000000006 1 is hits toliuulms 10 T ledo 0 krrorn Chnil ilk 1 I I 1 Hulerlcs Gastrigtil an I'M nn r Smith nud it I i -M le- I ns lilt 000010001-5 St I in- 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 b hit- L  5 St I nuis 9 I-11 rs I ill vill St I ms liuterios Kuinsej ai 1 VIuii) n 1 liret an t At Syrun-t3 bjracu-i ealli dat cud of iecoud Inning nn iiecoinit ul raiu Atlantic At Jirspj id-Jenny (Ut 15 Vtllmlnnton 10 Ha o I its J IBP) (it) 15 m Hi 1 tnrs Jcr-tl t) ilniiiiKUju H IJuttur ie- Tim rani Vliijhs and Cor iran At Haifa N w Haicn 3 Ni-uark 1 Ba-in hit- N n 4 Nt 5 Lirors Mav i 1 i ItatLeiles Horuerand i 1 Sul n in mil Duff) ircfster I Baltlmnrt 6 1 K W IP -l i a Ilafiimre. 7 Irrors r -ttr Billini re 4 Haiti rieb Burns and d ill naw inian an 1 r wnsen 1 it Ilattf rl Jlartfjrrt 4 Wammigton 1 Be.-t hits Ilaitf ii 8 Vi ashlugtt n 1 Lrrors Hartf ird 1 a Batteries Stall and Moore Li it aud Nlcholaii Preslij terlana Agalant Secret Socletlefl June the Reformed Preslii teiian church synod a report con deniiiingseirit societies wax debuted 'Ihe onlv objettion made was that it was not str )iig t noiixh and after Dr II H licorge, of Be tier I ills i'a Kev N R Johnson, of 0 ikl Hid C il and others had urged more decisive action, the report was adopted and a committee appointed to draft resolutions fuither militating the sense of the sv nod T A II of Ii presented the report on' IhtSabbith Professor I) B Willeon, ofAlleghtii) Pa the report on Domestic Missions and Kev J C K Milhgan the report on Sustt nt ition and Church Erec tion t lilted I'resbytirlanB Adjourn Bin lime Ihe liuttd Presby terian gt ntral assi mbly wonntl up itsbusi ness 5estcrduy und took its final adjourn inent at the conclusion of the afternoon session 1 he Rev George D Matthews, oi London I1 nglaud, delivered an Interesting address m behalf of the Pan Presbyterian alliance, and the fiafternal greetings of the Reformed chinch were convejed by the Rev Dr lalbot W Chambers of the Sab- bath Reform union 'Iho following appro prntions vveie made for the current year io htopt, WbWJO India, Home children, 300, miscellaneous, A Slunx Indian Graduate BOSTON June 5 class of 166 students recuved degries at the Boston university (Methodist) Saturdaj Among the grad nates in me die me w is Charles Alexander Eastnmu a bioux Indian, whose original name was Oluyesa, signifying a runner He was born in I8b2 on the Sioux reserva tion His father was the son of one of the Sioux chiefs and joined in the bioux out' 1m ak of 18ftJ He was wounded, captured and condemned to be hanged, but was re pnev ed by President Lincoln ArnantM nnd Hervlnns In Battle June bloody flght be tween Ainauts and Servians has taken place on the Si rv fan frontier The Otto- man nnd Servian governments have tele graphed ciders for an inquiry iuto the affair 'Ihe is informed that the Arn mts killed fifteen and wounded thirtj five t nristmns, robbed the dead and violated the women Peculiar In combination, proportion, and preparation of ingredients, Hood's Barsapa- rilla possesses the curative value of the best known rcme- 1 1 _ JI _ dies of the vegetable IIOOU Vk.ln.gdom. Peculnr In Its strength and economy, Hood's Barsipirllli is the only medicine of which can In ly I e said, One Hundred Doses One Dol- I w Peculiar In Its medicinal merits, Hood's Sanjap.irilla accomplishes cures hitherto un- known, the title of "The greatest blood purifier ever discovered Peculiar In lt( "good at there is more of Hood's parllla sold In Lowell than of other blood pnrluers. Peculiar In Its phenomenal f i -j-Wlestbroaa vCilllclrpreparatlon record of no other ever attained so rapidly nor so steadfastly the confidence of an clmses of people. Peculiar In the ulilch It rejuesents, Hood's BarsapariUs, com- bines all the knowledge which modem research f _ ln science has I V I lOCII dereloped, with many years practical experience In preparing medicines. Be sun to jet only Hood's Sarsapftrii.a Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar baking powder High- est of all in leavening strength U 8 Gov- ernment Eeport, Angnst 17, 1889 CAMERA'S GENERAL IONEET, iT U to. Superfine Cream Chocolates a specialty An immense assortment of Cachons, Lozen- ges, Drops, Congh Candies, Nut Candles, Car- amels, Mutntes, Fenny Goods, Turkish Candies, French reams, French Glaces, etc Prices moderate 205 SOUTH BEOAD STEEjtr, NEXT TO BEOAD bTEEET BANK ANGFT.O CAMERA, PBOP. l be latest novelties ont in and Children s fast-colored, boot quality hose, among which pleaee note following famftns, absolutely fast dyes The T S F the Star, the Daisy and Gloria Dye, which chal- lenges the whole world for equal in qnality and extremely low prices 'Ihe reduced prices are 20 und 25c and upwards Onr next novelty are new styles Jnst out in Children's Hats and Caps, to which we pay especial study, and always had the name of selecting assortment of Infants' and Children's Caps and Handsome Hata reduced to 2Bc. and upwards Fans I Fans 1 Fans I All styles made, along with Bnck- lea, Pocket-books, Corsets fine Cam brio Underwear, Ganze Underwear, Ribbons, Gloves of every deacrlp- tion, Mitts, Parasols and fine Umbrellas it oar grand specially. We only the veiy beat made Parieols and fan Umbrellas, along with Umbrellas, and are daily receiving new styles lower than truly city prices Look at them Call and be convinced. DEHI5Y IN THE CITY, ._i jc Youinann' Celebrated Stylee now on Sale IHllililNS, IIATl 15 State Stioot. HAD "Jills MAN Bought bit tht AMERICAN AND TAIIOKINO 00, wonld not how mnch wind whutltd thioagh hin clothing tht Mtn, Boyi und Childm itith tht hut TAILOR-MADE CLOIHIN6 At mnch tkia pnc" Oar giijt Itkdtn HAMPI.F OVERCOATS for 99, worth oar BAMPf.F yuillS, worth for Httdqautat for Knu BoiU md CLOTHING MADE It) OKDEK. P-mtmbtr, oan it tkt but htutt in coantxy dfl nltb, wuit nght to J A JN STKAVAltT IHJ8INKS8 8 KMl Cor. warren 8t HAMMOND T- COM- Rquipt YOUNG LADIES GFNllFMhH br IMMKnlAfK HEBVIOK in COtJN UNO-BOOM KJJUCATOKS, AKE CAPAKT.K, NO SMAl'lEHINO, NO NON-E88ENTIAM, NO NON8FN82 in its COURHi, OF TRAINING Modern Methods, 8nccMaful TiKhmg, Individnil Attention, Satis- factory Program, The Shorthand Department Offers the very best facilities for acquiring (kill to Stnography RAPID AND PHOGREfif Morning, AfUrnoon H'lHM BFOIN8 01- ad. address THOMAfl J Pninuu-Ar., Box N. J IO mid 12 fonth Greene Street. LOOK OUT FOR MRGAW We have purchased the store North of us and intend to build on the two lots I lie liticsl Sloro in ircnlon! Wt must rid of our stock to do thin, tbtnfon, RHADY-MADIi CLOTHING! i j l v I i c 1 i i: i MERCHANT BB 8r-A.uOHj.MKnii. OPPOSllJs ClrV HALL. The Real Estate, Safe Deposit, l rust and Investment Co., 1KKNTON, K. J. a general banking bnslnaj. Allows interest on deposits, subject to check sight Bents boxes of various sizes In Its flre and burglar proof vaults, the renter exclusively keeping the key. M for collecting rente for pnrchuo or sale of real estate Kiecntos traits of every description, Gnardlin, TiuS- Lotus money on mortgage on col- Agents for Cheque Bank of London. Cheques for sale, good in pirte of (he world. HUSH H. HAMILL, PiwIdMit HIKBT 8. LIITLC, Vice President, A8A F. BKtBM, SCereUry. GDHKBK, JB., Trewurer. WIIT.IAV G. MOOKC, OtAhler. Hugh H. IOO One boltar T N. rc, Jr., WMh'n A. Eoebllng, Owen H. Lixike, H, 8. L a BMon, 8 Meiedlth Dicklnmn, J. B C -kill. Idwftrd Oook, IMmnnd 0. Hill, 1 1> ?JON, io NOR UI GRHKNK SlRKFl of Trimmings, No- f-nej Goods. Hosieij. over before unowu In of almost ereij- inch u Ztphjis, Battens, Gimps, Onm, Wmbrolderlw, FtJ1- Powders. Perfume, Tooth ANn I All the of Co.. Including the oelebnted a P. Co. it for HVv. All the matt for 1-V n. Qi OmeV Nitanl Wool vd Goods T l .no, and "N. lU-oad II i1 Y Advcrlisc YOUK" WANTS" IN 1'HS   

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  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
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