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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOL. VIII. XO. A MYSiFlllOUS GIFT. Something that Confounds the Best Philosophical Experts. THE SICK ARE CURED AND TBE SCEPTIC LEFT TO WONDER. Some of (he Marvels of the Polypathic Medical Institute of Boston. THE TKENTON BRANCH E8TABII8HED FOB THE REST OF JUNE. The Opening June 16th at the American House Parlors. Consultation, KTamtoatlon, Advice Ireatment for the M oath Entirely Free. OUI LAW BURROWS'WORK An Express Messenger as a 1 arget. Used TKKNTON, WKDNKODAY AKTKKNOON, JUNU 11. 1890. A FUNNEi SHAPED CLOUD TWO CNTNT18 For the purpose of extending their already world-wide popularity, the POLYPATH1G MF UK Al- INHTnU I b, of 2 East Brookllne street, Boston, will send their chief consults Ing physician, Ohannlng A Holt, M D to tbeli Trenton branch, the American House, commencing June 16, and every day tnere alter lor the balance of the month, where he will give to all those who deHlre such exam- ludlhm, advice and treatment as may be In- dicated In each Individual case, entirely Iree of charge, thus giving sufferers from all fonrs of chronic diseases personal attention, and thereby all the advantages of this new HI stein, wblch has worked such marvelous cures In Boston and vlclnltj Although the time and expense to In giving this free treatment will cost us So.OOO, yet we feel that tbe number we shall treat will be so-large, the cures we shall make so varied, the good we shall do will cover so large field, that the advertisement will be double what could be obtained with the expenditure of 810 000 In an> other way We also bope to bring to the notlteofall Invalids our Elegant Sanitarium, as well ah our special system of practice All ask In return is that every patient treatf d will appoint themselves a committee of one to state to all their friends tae results obtained In their individual cases by the pathio System. We earnestly Invite you to come, see and examine for youree f our institution, appll ances, advantages and success In curing chronic diseases, Have a mind of your own, do not listen to or heed the counsel of scepti cat friends, or jealous physicians, who know nothing of us, or our system of treatment or meani of cure, yet wbo never lose an oppor- tunity to misrepresent and endeavor to prejudice people against us. We are respon- sible to you for what we represent, and If you come and visit us and fina that we have mis- represented particular our Institution, advonlages or success, we 'will promptly re- fund to you all expenses of your trip We court honebt, sincere Investigation, have no fceerets, and are only too glad to show all in- terested and candid people what we are doing (or suffering humanity Read our last year's report and see If you know of an institute or body of physicians with an experience equal to ours In our specialty Look at the figures' Our last year's work. What the Polypathic physi- cians have achieved the past year. The fol- lowing is a brief synopsis ot the cases which have been successfully treated bv the Poly- patbic physicians during the year commenc- ing January 1, 1889 and ending January 1, 1890. This does not include applicants for treaty ment who were pronounced by Ihem Incura- ble, or whose cases were taken only.as patients requested, wltli a view to their partial relief, but Is an accurate record, transcribed trom their books, of cures actually performed, guaranteed absolutely and implicitly correct m every particular. Chronic Catarrh, 1984 Incipient Consumption, 880 Chronic Bronchitis, 60S Chronic IHarrbcea, 179 Neuralgia Nervous Prostration, 631 Diabetes, Incipient Bright's Disease, 88 Tape Worms removed, l'H Epilepsy or Fits, 370 Children relieved of Stomach and Pin Worms, 230 Tumors, 108 Dropsy, without operation, 107 Diseases of a delicate nature, 1420 iiineased Bone, 211 Hip Disease, 78 Deafness, 867 Polypus In isnr, 69 Heart Disease, 221 Bladder Disorders, 880 Hemorrhoids or Piles, 790 Chronic Rheumatism, 1097 Obstinate Constipation, 608 Diseases of Women, 1920 Operations for Cataract of Eye, 10 Granulation of Lids, 82 Cross Eyes Corrected, 84 Miscellaneous Eye Troubles, 205 Operations for Cancer, 200 Sciatica, 80 Partial Paralysis, absolute cure, 17 Cephalalgia, 81 Fistula, 208 Skin Disease, 68 Asthma, 802 Liver Complaint, 704 Miscellaneous Kidney Troubles, 179 Bcrofula, 288 Gravel, 97 'J hroat Disorders, 18 Miscellaneous disorders, hard to classify, 1060 Mak Ing an average number of cases treated successfully per week the past year, This record, which Is open to the Inspection of all Interested, speaks lor Itself The year last past has been the most successful of the 16 years of our experience, but 1890 bids fair to outrank all Its predecessors. We court Inves- tigation, and are satisfied to have our claims stand or fall on their own merits. Polypathic Medical Institute, Occupying Entire Block, Cor. E. Brookllne and Washington Sts., TORTIUED IU 1KAIN KOHUEUS. Six Miuskul liumllts Wreik an Jxprens Train In AiKaunas and Secure About I'assi usi Intimidated ulth "ft inchi the uiits. TFX Jtiut tram No 1 of the I ouis Arkiinsas aud Texas railroad b> six masked Jobbers two milf south of here at 12 o'clock Ilie train ditched at Hay- woods sultih throwing the brtltch The temUr nud cars left the track, and au unknown tramp who was stealing a ride in front of the express car was mstanti} killed A Fight with the Mensenger. The robbers attacked the express car, but the messinger repulsed them with a vollcj from his mchester but hit none of the robbers 1'hey returned the flre viith interest and finally after threats of cremating the uieshengei in the oar he surrendered rlhc safe was the robbers sccuied about flO.noo Neolin, the expuss messenger, and tbe fireman and enginur m the woods by the roe-bus aud tied to tieeo ToitiiKMl in Kevenge The} tbpii fclmt the mes.'iiinicer in the hand, the arm uid shot one of his ears off torevcinjc tlunisihps for Ins resistance, and threatened ik lib to all tlneelfthey resisted tl uu robber All this time tin pa-mucrs vu'ie uievented assist nice by one of the robbus who guanlul tin in with a Win Chester Vftci the rnbbeis lode it was au hour befoie tlie- filightened passengers rescued the tiai.i men ind tbe alarm lloro of Itube Billions' Wolk Two posses are nov, hunting the robbers, but no tl iciJ of them h is been found The leader of the g nig is supposed to be Rube Burrow MX Hours the Start. The bindits had just siv hours' start of the sheritt anil Ins who are1 now out hunting the lobbiis ut no trace of them htt-s been found Ibeuason whj the leader of the gang is supposed to be the celebrated Rube Bnnowsis bu nise this particular road has spent thousands of doll trs hunt- lug him and he has threatened to be re venged A large reward will be offered by the ex- press comp uij for Hie capture of the rob- bers Stoppt d by a "Winchester. "When the tl mi went into the ditch Con- ductoi V B bnojci ran foi ward to iscer tain the e uise He was ordered to halt He flashed a 1 intern on the nun who gave the command oul) "to find a Winchester muzzle in iiont of him The conductor was verv quiet after he leaitied the cause of the tiouble Where More Physicians mre Zuiployed, More Capital Invested, Hare Trotted, More tares Hade Than by any slmllsr Institution or body of Physicians In America., TRENTON BRANCH, AMERICAN HOUSE, Where consultation', examination, advice and treatment will be given free during the balance of the month. Hours-10 A M. to8P M. All offices ot the Polypathic Institute closed on Sunday, and the last day In Trenton will be Monday, Jane 30th. Class Day at Vassar. POUOHKFFPSIE, N Y June 11 class day exercises of Vaainr college took place Tuesdaj Miss Hale, of Chicago, was manlm! of the day, Miss Borgman, of Penn Yan, class orator; Mlsi Smith, of Lansing, Mich lns'bormn, Miss Patterson, of Chicnsjo, class promoter, and Misg Kelly, of Allegheny, Pa tree orator. Srone to Secretary Tilalne. LONDON, Junq 11 The Standard protests strongly against Mr Blame's sending cruisers to Behrmg sea, It says: "If he to employ force wrongfully against British subjects or property, force will lie employed on our side The gravest condition of affairs may arise from his heedless and intemperate action of Veterans wllkeibarre. WlLKFSBABnE, Pa, June 400 Sona of Veterans from all parts of the state havu arrived here to attend the tenth nual encampment of the order, which con- venes today The Empwor Ii 111. BFRI IN, June 11 German la confined to bod with nettle rath. Cadets Who Stand Well. POIN r, Y June 11 stand- ing of the men in the first and second classes has been announced The first five in each gi ido wi-ie First Romwell, of Ohio, Golden Buggies Xeb aska appointed by the pres ident Charlis Keller, New York Herbert Deakj ne, Uclaw ire, Edgar Jartwnu, Penn- sylvania Ifeller, New York Alfred C Men Hat, Ohio, James Hamilton Massachusetts, Ruggles, Dea kjne Ordnance ami Keller, Bromwell Hamilton, Deakjne Keller Clint C Hearn, Texas William O Johnson, Kentucky, Buggies Second and 'Ex- perimental S Sewell, Tennessee Charles P Echols, Alabama Spencer tosbj, Mar} land, appointed by the president James F Mclndoe, Maiy- land, Jay T Morrow, Pennsylvania Chem- istry, Mineralogy and Geology Cosby, Mclndoe, Monow and Echols Select Knights at Sjiac'uae. SiHACLfet N Y June twelfth annual sission of the New York Select Knights, AOL W have opened here Laige diligallons are present from all parts ot the state The report of Grand Commander Peter Shannon, of Rochester, showed the legion to be in good financial condition Endowments and graded as- sessments were the principal topic ot dis- cussion Theie was a parade of the uni formed knights this afternoon, and a com- petitive drill between Buffalo Legion No 2, and Legion of Rochester Six Hovs Crushed. OBH.UN, 0 June 11 students of Oberlin college, who were assisting In drawing the Obeihn college bnseball team about the c j in a parade, foil to the ground, and were run over by a band wagon, which contained thirty-five per- sons The horses could not be checked until after the heavy vehicle bad passed prostrate bojs B A Williams, John Ellis and O J Luthia are so badly Injured that it is feared they cannot sur- vive Grand Rapids in the League. GRAND BAPIUS, Mich June 11 tary White, of the International Baseball league, and Managifi Leadly, of the Detroit club, met the directors of the Grand Rapids club '1 hey offered the Grand Rapids man- angement Buffaloes place in the Inter- national league free of cost The offer was accepted and Grand Baplds will Michigan league and join the International at once The Land Bill LoN'DON, June 11 cabinet, by a ma- jority vote, has decided to shelve the Irish land purchase bill The minority, headed by Mr Balfour, were in favor o' sacrificing some other measure, but yielded to the inevitable The ministrj is confident that the other government bills will be passed without unneccssnrj delay Seven Rounds Enough NORVVAIK, Conn June 11 Thomas Took, of Norwalk, Tuesday morning knocked out Henry- Reynolds, of New Haven, m sev en rounds The men fonght 'at 135 pounds, under the Queensbeny rules Two hundred sporting men from Bridge- port, New Haven and Branford were pres- ent The K. of Growing. PHiLADiLpniA, June 11 Ihiring the tour weeks ending June 7 charters were Igtued to sixty new assemblies of the Knights of Labor, and fourteen locaU were reorganized and reinstated. Fatuity Injured tvhlle Hunting. ELMIBA, N Y, June 11-Mr H R. Guinnep, a leading dry goods merchant, was hunting Tuesday hen his HUB burst and he was injured so badly that will die. His skull was fractured A RIG RANKING RC-HEMF The Company "Will a Capital ol PHILADEI PHIA, June 11 Wharton Bar ker has announced that the undertaking which he began last December of orgainz ing a banking compauj under the English liabilitv act had been consummated I hi new companj will haife a capital of fia, onlj one half of which la to called in now Olhtes will be situated ID London Paris, Berlin Philadelphia Ihe Vmerican diiettors are Whartou Bniker who the Investment Company of PTnlailelphia and the Fmanci Companj of Peunsj Ivania, E P president of the Lelngh Valley railroad Thomas M King, vice president of tin Baltimore and Ohio, George De B Keim, president of the Philadelphia and Reading Coal and Iron company, Henry C Gibson a leading capitalist of this citv, John H Converse of the Baldwin Locomotlvi works William Brockle, president of thi lovestment Company of Philadelphia, Charlemagne Tower, Jr James Bement, of Bemeut Dougherty, and Simon B Fleischer TWO WERE KILLED Fatal Collision en the St. Louis, Keoknt and Northweitern. HANNIBAL Mo June train collided with a freight train on thi St Louis Keokuk and Northw estern on i curve about tw elve miles south of here and twelv e cars w ere w recked The killed were, Nekon Berry, fireman, scalded to death. Taj lor, Arthur fireman, scalded to death. The injured are Fitzpatrick engineer, slightly in jured by jumping Lemons, conductor, Injured In ternallv Tucker brakeman seriously hurt An error of 1 ram Dispatcher Davidson, said to be Ins first in twelve jears, caused the wreck He at once resigned Bids for the New War WASniNOTo. June 11 Proposals to build the three new vessels prov ided forbj congress were opened at the nav y depart- ment There were only three bidders foi the building of armored cruiser No 2 tons the limit for which in 000 The bids were as follows Union Iron w orks of San Francisco, accord ing to the tlepai tment's plans and speeifl cations and according to theii own plan Cramp Sons, oi Philadelphia, on department plans, 000, thoir ovv n plans, The Ris don Iron and Loeomothe works of San Francisco made only oue bid that on department s plan, at Only one bid was received for the building of the protoctiveTumser No 8, the limit being The Union Iron works of San Francisco propose to build the vessel on the department's plans and specification! for aud on their own plan foi For practice vessel, the gov ernment's limit for which Is S-3W) 000, two bids were received F W Wheeler Co of est Bay Citj, Mich will build the ves sel on the department's plans for and Samuel L Moore, Sons Co Eliza- beth, N J on the department k plans foi Neither company offered a bid foi this vessel on their own plan I he Destruction It Caused in ar Illinois 1 own A OIU VI DIMVIfcH KH'OliriD. lie Town >f liunimhmi S Culimc llii' Ilimtliiff "f WHS lltanl I our I of I i-Mins Killed. Ill 1 t l.v W I ml Num Jtllll I cloud i mihon at 1 III I IK IinniJ, 1 i UK i W r K i 111-. Ill M i n a 11 in iimuil in II In tliu 1 n. I'c C oullltloll 1 M li T 111 in ill W ll I H II IP HI I If! lit [In t ill I ill ii i uu n n ISM i mi K I sj Hal It isi I n I al i n 111 l Hi U In n hi u us h itul jlfti i In IIIK sti u k h in tm M ii H liloUili all stviielii putalt I of his u i aim li all 1 tint liilliijuiitM tt i 1 1 In it lire siiutll i i The Bar Mills' Scale. PlTTSBimo, Pa June 11 Amnlga mnteil association considered the seals governing bar mills The base, seventy cents per ton on a two cent card, was fli med The qualifying clauses on extras were then taken up for discussion Tin price for puddling in eastern mills hai been adv anced from 13 SO to per ton This means that the eastern workers will demand a general increase of pay approxl mating 15 per cent The position taken by the Amalgamation association is that the raw materials do not cost 38 per cent more than is paid by western manufaciv urers, yet the east has enjoyed the advan tage of 38 per cent in its favor for labor There are about 186 mills in the east. There seems to exist a feeling that tht eastern manufacturers will resist the pay- ment of the proposed advance Two More Goulds Arrested. ALBANY. June 11 A Gould ind Albert L Gould, brothers of the two othei bank conspirators, were arrested last night upon a similar charge, making four broth era and a brother-m-law now in custody. Albert Gould was bailed in leas than twenty minutes by his father in-law, a wealthy malster Becorder Gould is yetin custody, having been unable to obtain bonds Each bond is in the sum of and security amounting to It hi said the bank books are nearly compiled and that three more arrests will be made by the United Stales authorities They are Edward L. Taylor, Theo Ramsdell, Jr and Miss Elise Engel A Bold Diamond Robbei; in Chicago. CHICAGO, June II man entered Shroud Torrey's jeweli y store lost evening and said he would like to look at diamonds A clerk brought a tray of the finest stonei for his inspection After some talk customer took up three large stones, valued at and saying, "These will suit rushed out and mingled with the crowd Several clerks started on the run for him, but the man got away with his plunder Mian Helen Blackmar Married. SpRiNQFlEin, Mass June mar nage of Miss Helen O, daughter of John Blackmar, late Prohibition candirtnte foi governor, occurred at the family residence lust evening, the groom being Dr Georgi F Poole, of Cleveland, 0. Dr Poole is a graduate of the Springfield School foi Christian Workers Over the Falls. NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y., June 11 an- known man jumped off Goat Island brldgi last evening and swam to the brink of the American falls, where he disappeared. H  feet J inches 1 hi others ills qiialiliul Ionian vvjn the running high jump lut Tinihes, O sulluan was si i ond and Dixiiiux third Abbott failed to qu ihh fir the third time and therefuii1 was disqiuiJilied from ftntlier cotnpitition In tin ssii vards walk then wen hut i i oinpi titors, Jordan and Dewinix 1 lie foitnir won in ins 1 f> DLMMIIV did not quahf thnw thi K) pi und h nnmer ys el 7 inches disqualified for this nt wlmli in ule tlnee failures on his purl thus dil mini? him 'Ilns liftonlj O bulliMin und lonl in to compete Jordan won the pole vault with 8 feet 6 inches next and tin n the 1 S) yards hurdle race in 17 sicun K Sullivan threw the 56 pound weight .Ti feet winning th it event In the running >iro 11 jump .lordon won with A jump ot 19'eitlincli Hi also won the oue null race and w is declared the chunpion am iteur athlete of the United statis kit in seoied 41 points to 0 bullivan s W UIIIIilIU Ml I, 11 Milll LuM Jinn (lllnin thi Iri'h paiiiut and Mile Kitlliwtih wi IB married hi it totlaj 1 lit bm'i ittenttl a numbei of vvcddiut; gifis some of wlnthuit verj In Ultlful and 1 hf admirers of Mr O Hut n iintl hi rself the ladles ot Dublin piisentul htr with an elabtiliite sit of bed und (aide linen of the tun st qual and the la In sol Cork and Ktnmaiu have sent cxquisiu specimeno of Imp work MADE BY SPECIAL PROCESS--THE BEST. 'it is lit r mi n I, i rtatn e as in artnle of diet. ''i fn nt more llfsh forming proper- Van I limit n s h is tn s than i in Uu as nt more llfsh i tht r COL" is VANllUHUN'HCOGOA Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar baking powder. High- est of all in leavening strength 8 Gov- ernment Eeport, August ANGKT.O CAMERA'S GENERAL CONFECTIONERY, .fr i O, IT U Superfine Cream Chocolates a specialty. An immense mwertmeut of Cachons, Lozen- ges, brops, Cough Candies, Nut Candies, Car- amels, Mixtntes, Penny Goods, Turkish Tandien, French CreamBKFrenchJjlace'S, etc. Prices moderate 205 SOUTH BBOAD STREET, NEXT TO BROAD STREET BANK. ANGELO CAMERA, THE AMERICAN Hank and Insurance GUARANTEE CO. FARTHEST. 1 so Sdftf-ned as to Youinans' Celebrated Spring Styles now on Bale. IIATTl'-H, 16 'Rant State Street. STKWAKT HAMMOND n HOME OFFirF CASH ASSETS NEWARK, N J llir -.liull W.is I-riiltinil N Juiu 11 "pirited horse attaclu 1 to a lontmning Miss Belle Mitdull d u ot Mivor Mitch ell, and IK r sister in 1 nv, Mis Ldvvard V Mitchell bet line frightened ind ran away, and in turning a corner the vtlncle was upsuty throwing the out Miss Mitchells liuid struck H unbstone, and her skull was liattured shi cannot sur vive Mrs Mitchell was badly but not fatallj injured .Miss Mitchell was to have been maim d soon to Dr Erie, Pa Mis Mitchell had just n turned from htr wirtfli'i tup EDvVAIiD 8CHICKHAUS, PKHSIDENT HBNIfi J YAlts, VKK PRKSIDKNT WILIIAM SCHEEREK, TKFASURKU JAME8 F MANAOEE THE AMEBK AN BANK At.D INSUBANCB OUAEANTKK COMPANY I8SUKH CSB- TJPICATIfS GUARANTEEING DEPOSITOBS AGAINST L088 THBOLOH FAILUBKH OF NATIONAL, STATE OB SAVINGS BANKS, OB TRUST COMPANIES. ANNUAL RATES OF PREMIUM. 00 guarantees Deposits not exceeding 8300 II.60 guarantees Deposits not exceeding guarantees Deposits not exceeding Clark Barley, fcnaipt YOUNG LADIEH and GENT7 HEBVIOE in tht COUNTING-HOOM 11-0 far TMMKnTArE AKK KXPKKIKNCKU KIlUCATOKS, SUCCK-SSFUT. SFKCIAMSTS, CAFART.R, KNRKQKTIC WOKKKKS. NO SMATTERING, NO NON -ESSENTIALS, NO NONSKNHE in OF TRAINING Modarn flncc ful Ttvhing, Indmdn.l Attention, fictorv Prograw. The Shorthand 1 Department OfTera the very bent farilitiw for ncqninng ikill in SUiojjiiphj. AND BUCUH.88FUL PKOGHEK" Morning, Afternoon 01- in Shorthand. BOARD OF TRADE BOOMS, TRENTON BEGINS MONDAx, SHIHT. 2d. ftddrtM THOMAS J 8TEWAKT, Pmituu-Ar, Box 627, nw, N. J. 1O anil 12 Boath Greene Street, HAKIM i 4 t I- Pronlur in combination, proportion, and of Ingredients, Hoods Sarsapa- nll i tl e curative value of the best known reme- _ M_ dies of the TCgetililo I IOOCI Sklngdom. I'cctiliir In Us -.tn iifcth aiid eciiiiomy, Hood's Sirsii> irllli is the only medicine of which can tri ly be One Hundred Doses One Dol- hr" Ttculiar in its medicinal merits, Hood's birsapirllla accomplishes cures hitherto un- known, IllClitse 11 the title of The greitest blood purifier ever discovered" Tecullar In "good name at Is more of Hood's Sarsa- parilla sold In Lowell than of all other Wood purifiers. Peculiar In Its phenomenal record of i i; _ sales abroad no other I CvU 11 preparation ever attained so rapidly nor held so steadfastly the confidence of all classes of people. Peculiar In the brain-work which it represents, Hood s Sarsaparilla com- bines all the knowledge which modern research science his I O II3CII developed, with many years practical experience in preparing medicines. Be sure to get only Hood's Oarsaparilla SoMbyalldruKglstj. yi.silfprSS- byC I HOOD CO, Apothecaries, lunell, IOO Doses Ona Dollar The highest conit In the land the ladies- say our NO STORK IN THIS CITY A GKKATER VARIKTY Ob1 SUMMKK GOOi JS Til AN OUKS. One thing certain, no establishment can give greater or fuller values for a similar amount of money. Ihe biggest dollar's worth of goods is here. The best quali- ties are here. The best service is here, as well as everything else conducive to pleasant shopping in Summer weather. Lunch in our cool Cafe. LADIES' MUSLIN Jumbo "For a longtime I had no restless at nlRiit nnd very much debilitated. After trklne; two bottles of my strength and appetite returned, and my health wns completely M. N. Y. A box of Over's pills ims saved many a (It ofBlckncflB. when a remedy doce not happen to be within reach people are liable to neglect slight and, of course. If serious Ill- ness follow! they have to suffer the eonio- quenwi. "AiUtohinttme _venlne." for preparation beats them all. Our small stove for Baltimore Heaters Is the thing. Oar stove and egg fcr cellar heaters hard, hot and lusting Try a ton of our NO. 2 CHESTNUT. EG9 AND STOVE FOB BAKING A SPECIAL! Y. Broken Egg, Pea, Knckwheat and Soft Coals for manufacturing pnipoion alwiyt on hand. "lock and Kindling Wood to suit the trade. Wiloon tHokoo The latest novelties ont in Ladies' ind Children's fast-colored, best quality hose, among which please note following famous, absolutely faat dyes The T. 8 F., the Star, the Daisy and Gloria Dye, which chal- the whole world for ita f in quality and eztremely low prices The reduced prices are 20 fLnd 25c and upwards Cur next novelty are new styles just out in Children's Hats and Caps, to which we pay especial study, and always had the name of Delecting the prettiest, handsomest assortment of Infanta' and Children's Caps and Hats Handsome Hata reduced to 25c. and upwards. Fans 1 Fans J Fans! All styles made, along with Buck- les, Poi ket-books, Corsets fine Cam- brio Underwear, Gauze Undeiwear, BibboDS, Gloves of every descrip- tion, Mitte, Parasols and Umbrellas is our specialty. We keep only the very best made Parasols aud t-nn Umbrellas, along with Umbrellas, and are daily receiving new styles at lower than truly city prices Look at them. Call and be convinced. j -J OPPOSITE CITY HALL. The Real Estate, Safe Deposit, Trust and Investment Co., w. 8T> J-- -T, TKKNTON, N. J Transacts a general banking bnslnO'H, Allows Interest on cvh (abject to at tight. Bento bozei of various In Its flre and burglar proof vanlte, the renter exclusively ksoping the key. ai agent for collecting and for pnrahue or sale of real forecnitu of ever; deeerlptlon, as F.Tecutor, Administrator, Gnanli'i, Ttui- money on mortgage on col- lateral. Agent! for Cheque Rank of London. Cheques for tale, good in all parti of the UHlll 00 NIGHT GOWNS These garments start at UH low prteof 75c and ascend in easy a, accord ing to quality and finish to each 75C Habhard yoke trimmed with Hamburg arid edging Pnte wo "hon six styles The favorite is trtimuid with wheel embrolde ed and edging SIJDI ar in g< ritral (hararter, but more beautifully ernb llisl cd Six rows of linen lace across ftout of yoke aud lace tnmmiog on ruck and sletves CHEMISES Hamburg trimmed yoke, 50c. each. Extra flue trimming, "'ic each Five styles at OO ca h, with either lace or Hamburg trimming, DRAWERS Good muslin, 11 tucks and Hamburg edging, OOo. Five styles, with prettier trimming, 75c Finn cambric, with 10 tucks, trimmed with Valenciennes lace 3 inches wilo OOc. A better quality, trimmed with the now Van Dyke Point Embroidery, 25 FULL LINES Of White Blouses, Dressing Sacques and Colored Skirts 'Ihc Coolest Dress Fabric, (WHAN CO 1 1 ON 150. a yard. ENGLISH DECORATED Dinner and Tea Sets comprising the great- est worth we have ever shown. The Dinner bet is exquisitely decorated in three distinct styles, and contains 112 pieces. for Complete Set. Nothing of a similar character has over boon seen at UJM price The Tea Set includes 5d pieces, decorated, is marked at the unheard-of price of The decorations in both instances are what is known as the underglazed, ACCORDION PLEA I ING Is a work m which we excel. There is an art in itfl proper execution, which we dis- covered some time ago. Our price for the boat work is 25c. a Yard. The most delicately colored fabrics are not injured In aoy way by our process. HOW TO PKEPAEE THK WORK. Cnt the goods with the grain, sew the widths together, leaving one seam open, press opcu all seams before turning the hem. If too rnurh trouble we'll do the sewing for you for Per Skirt. PORCH CHAIRS For seaside or country homes. The hand- somest and largest variety ever nhowO. Conspicuous mmong the amortiuent are two remarkable values at and 25 Each. Comfortable backs, wide arms, and actly snch chairs aa one delights to sit tn when lounging away the Summer months. Extraordinary Values in HCOH H. HIHBT 8. Li 11 LI, Prwldent. F. SKIBM, GnuiBi, JB.. urer. H Q. MOOBB, Hugh H. H-mlll, T N. Hkij Onmmere, Jr., Jamet Wvb'n A. Boebllng, Owen H. H.8. Wttle, J. B d--kfll, SdmnndC. Hill, No. ia, lac. 1 AMI) I i-.T.f TU.A, No. 16, 140. of Trimmings, Goodi, OtoTet ever before nhorfn In this dli, ooiui'UnK of everj- ihlng thit to make UP I WnqrTidl But tons, Gimpt, 0.1 I and All the of Gu .1 01 f. CUM All d of Woo) Merino 000' liroadSt,   

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