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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               T YOU VIII. -NO. 2860. INlO A FIERY FURNACE. A Daiiiig Search for Bodies at Dunbar. 'f ATE Dr1 THE MiNBKS KNOWN Lo.t A BOY'S HEROISM. Hif Whllo EnilrRTorinK tu TRKKTON, WJCDNK3DAY AVTKKNOON, J 2. 1890, 110CHOSE [HEIRLEADER. TWO CMNl'B it. Were lluriii'd to Death In the Vol- oauic Ilcurt the Farm Bill Mine. vine L rails uiul Were Font'' but No Hod its. Fa., hope of recov- ering the bodies of the dead miners has boeu -abandoned. The burning mine may nut yield up its awful mystery (or years. The thirty-one victims met death in one graud funeral pyre. It is fairly well es- tablished that they met their fate in the slope, whlllrer they bad rushed after the implosion, and there their ashes are now supposed to be. Wheu the mine was pierced .-ttlft.a.UnOBplii'.ri! waaJViunrt fcn.pnn. teln al per cent, of fire dump aa well M much smoke. -Thet impossibility of any one living in such a run be imagined when it is known thut five-sixths of 1 per cent, of Ore damp will kill a human being who breathes of it. The Client for the Bodlefc The first rescuing" party returned nearly discouraged. They had been unable to flnd any trace of the JSn. The smoke was overpowering. v At o'clock the second exploring party formed and started down into the pit OB Ite last mission. The confidence of the men had been shaken by the first failure aud they canie-l Lhuiu (social Cuffiua. ___ At the foot of the manicay aline of sentries was formed. Inspector Frank Knighley, Hugh Dolan arid Robert Watehorn, sec.. tarj of the United Mine Worsers, were BO- lecTtft to invade the realm where death had held sway for many days. A Search. Tying the life lines about their they plunged into the abyss, facing a MA. ecus death to save their humble comrades' bodies. These JKere tne_only three who en- tered the mine. The air was heavy and the smoke thk-K, but ujul.l be bicatbedV For 900 feet Hipse thrpfl men climbed. over gob piles and through vacant rooma. _Not "one "sound, of life rewarded them. They then reached the first joom, where'-Dan Smith and Jack Mitchell- had worked. It was vacant. The men then entered the drain room. It was that the victims would be founcTfiere hud- dled in a group. This was the room the rescuing-party had Every nook and cranny was to find some clew of the workers. The eearch was fruitless. _ Allve_After the BiBlflllott. The men had lived -aftf- the explosion and bad gathered up all their belongings before they hud started for the of the earth. There were no messages show- ing that the men had expected -to escape. With sinking hearts the trio started for the lowest part of the mine, where the butt heading is located. The journey was ac- complished under the most trying circum- stances. here the -dinner bucket of -Patrick Devlin was found. Beside It lay bin blue blouse. The miner had been wit- ing bis -luncheon when the accident oc- cnifijd. He. bad thrown the bread back in- the pa'l, closed the lid and rusbed-to his death. In the passage leading to the room was found the body of u'mnle. It had been burst by the -gases of decomposition. It had lized'after the explosion, but not many hours. The searchers left a chalk line on the wall and returned. They than started In a- jvniv direction. The Deadly Fire Damp The length of the signal line had eipirwV Tying their end to a post the thrdSi started down towards the main place where the flre was raging. They proceeded slowly. Keighley was in advance, Doran next, and Watchorn brought up the rear, clinging to Doran. When oithin a few feet the flre and thirty feet of where the men lay thny encounteredJlredamp. The llgM4in their lamps flickered and died out. They .IJ.H! In UUI ilnrkiiHii struggling lor tOalE breath. Turning, the men started to IB trace their steps. On and on theysjaggeied out of the polluted air into the air that contained some oxygen. On and on into, total darkness they ran, Doran guiding Watchorn in their course almost by In- itinct. The End of the Ferllotu Talk. After losing their way several times In stygian gloom the exhausted men at last ..Across waste the odor of burning human flesh sa- luted their nostrils. Then, and not thon, did thiu dauntless trio forsake all hope. n-Uaced their aUps to the la JiaJldjoining _room .they found the bucket and blouse of Jack Mitchell. It contained his dinner. His pick" and shovels lay at the face of the coal. He had dropped them and hurried with his companions for the slope. The three rescuers had traveled over two miles through the Hill Farm mine. Five work- ing rooms aud nine places had been visit- Tu somr places they uaaVlo crawl on their stomachs over falls and piles of gob. Every where the air was foul. By night the spots which .they visited will be a rag- Ing fire. The men could do no more. With sinking hearts they slowly muds their way back to the Mahoning mine _____ _____ _______ _____ _ Cool Work Thin. MONTGOMERY, Ala., July A dispatch from' Tallahassee, Fla., says that four ne- groes, armed with shotguns, surrounded "E. 'White, near that drove off the employes, set fire to the milt 'aolTslboit gufuil arouud till 11 was de- stroyed. Then they escaped. M-ddli. ____ BALTIMORE, July 2. Capt. Hamilton Murrell, K. D., and Mary Cottman McCor- mick were mnrried Tuesday in Grace church by the Pev. Arthur C. Powell. Im- mediately after tho services in the church Cft.pt, and Mrs. Mvrell started on their bridal tour. PATEHSON, N. J., July Thirtoeu-year- old Johnny' Sullivan made a heroic etFort to-save" his 4-year-old brothar, Poter, in the Passaic river at Putorson yesterday, but both sank to th'eir'death _iu the presence of their two little waters. -Johnny Sullivan was a bright eyed, good looking lud, who fook a lively in brother aud sisters. Yesterday afternoon ho tuok them out on the rivur in a rowboat. Johuuy was hard at work at the oars and wns pull- ins across the middle of the river when hiv ncreHinwL .into the water. Like a flash Johnny droppi-d the oars, threw oft his Ifappd uvei'lmard where little brother Bad gone down. The boy dived and lu a few came to the.surfm-e with Peter. With one hand he-field his brother arid with the other he kept I'floft "Help! help! the boy cried, while the frenzied slsCen added their cries to of struggljiig brother. The Democratic Convention Opened at Scranton, Pa. THE WLHKHNA'iOUIAL Hoil. K. II. Cm Tlie tjatfiiri form, luclorh tlon unil MANY "HEADS _ is brotlw, and nmuln a brave rt to reach the boat. The screams of the heard on the n'lore, two IIWD in a boat struck out for the mid- dle of the rlvf r. They pulled with all the speed of the of despair. The men were Hearing tho spot when the otrcngth of the heroic lad gave out and he aud his brother to their death. One of the men dove and brought up the children, but both Johnny's, left arm was still clasped around bts little body, while the riyht arm was lifted above his head, just as it was when his sisters last looked -upon him, -Therfc A pathetic scene the two dead and two living children were taken to their parents' borne in this city. Too little brothers were still clasped to- gether ae WB; brvii-Msd -man softly told the father and mother the fate of their heroic boy Johnny. or Temporary Dl'l-Iaren for Bullut Clevelainl's AdiulnUtra- .incen yuayttmi." July state convent inn called, to order in the Academy of -MuMc in tlmTCity at noon to- day by ChiiU'mitn Ktsner, of state com- mittee. Hon. K TV Coxe, the Luzerne millionaire, made temporary chair- man. A Diftut of the rlutform. The pint form which was debated and adopted declares for ballot reform and in- a conbtitutiimnl toivveiition be called" to bring about the desired result; clamors for tariff reform, aud asks for LAOS IIUi-l HI, -h. i ,l in-, di niton ,1 n -The t-onlliel 1 K a V .m ork' cs and tin- p' .ll.v h' 1 1 1 1 Ml by yreaL .1 u: .1 .1 1 th-.. Th..'i-'l, U.I- 1 il uiii -Jiv u! llu- il.'i-d W itll sticks. i.d i in. n ,.n a cuivable injured. In the M..J. 'J Ch.il'les I' ame so iVld tl' i1 I -.ill-Mi 1 IM- I'.ll k Nal from York. U In-n i ha- 1 th-'V iv. -re imn; _ pi, I'an owd'aud 1 '.10> 'l'n '..I to ir-ri- 1 a'lK d' ;.l 11 a Me, k f, under the ru-ii of a! IT 1 mi.1 hi- had .Mr 1 'acker bou nuirtwl ;nv I.N .-iran. -fur plv THE NEWS Frelh IN BRIEF. IH1WUEI1 from wires Carefully Called. _Hon. Phillip Sydney Post, Republican congressman for the Tenth Illinois district, been by acclamation. The ibp TlHTalf pensions and'postofflce appropriation bill.sT and the .joint resolution providing tem- porarily for the expenditures of the gov- ernment. He also appointed Spencer P. Gracie, of Massachusetts, marshal of the consular court-of-the United States at Foo Chow, China. Dr. .J._A-. "divi.ne was accused of stealing while ing" strong boxes In South Boston, has been discharged for lack of General Superintendent J. M. Phillips, of the Lehlfih aud Wllkesbarre CoaT com- pany, charged with criminal negligence in connection with the disaster at Xot- tlngham mine, where eight men lost their lives, has been discharged from custody, the court holding that the evidence did not show such negligence as would conntitute criminal negligence. Tammany hall's tribute 'the memory of the late Vice President Hendiicks at Indianapolis WAJ> a wreath of Jacqueminot roses fmir feet in diameter. agreement has been signed by Gen. von Caprivi and Dr. Krauel on the part of Germany, and Sir Edward Malet and Sir Percy Anderson on behalf of England. More than three-fourths of the capital stock of the new distillery which the Wholesale Liquor Dealers' association are to build has been subscriled, and it is out that the distillery will be in operation within a year. Thornau Bailey AMrich has resigned as editor of' The Atlantic Monthly and is suc- ceeded by Horace E. Scudder. A PLAN FOR EDUCATION. The Blair Jilll Favorably Imported to PoUftB. itfASHl.s'OTOS, .July O'Donnell, chairman of the house committee cdiiuitiiMJ, iii (If housua report recommending of the bill introduced In tae Mr. Cheat- ham (N. C.) to aid in the establishment iind temporary support of common schools, better known as Blair educational bill. 3Hr. O'Dopn'Jl, after referring to the 'act that a similar bill hud been passed by he senate three times and that not one of he numerous educational bills introduced n tbe house had even been reported back rom the committee, goes on to disciWthe 61 country, arid quotes statistics to show he proportion of illiterate to the Tn.conclrmmn t.hp report oayo: 'Commendable progress has been madejn nnny spctionsTn tfie ivay of educational ncouragement: it remains for the nation 0 give that heip needed. To withhold aid 'low, to use the xvordn of a distinguished hinkerof the be to surren- well cultivated field, leaving the gar- lered crop to decay.' In his report Mr. J'Donnell states that several members of he committac reoetved the right teoffer iineudincule ur oppose the passage of the bill. The BrlilCo Bandit Shot. NEWBI'RO, N. Y., July 2. John Levsen, au ex-police officer, last night Shot and probably fatally wounded George, alias captain of tho notorious bridge bandits, and a nephew of Marshal Sarvis, of this city. Levsen was entodatnls tea table when Sarvis passed y with some companions and entered a acantrlot. There a reward of for he arrest of Sarvis, and Lersen wanted it. As lie the fluid ftarvlii Hrawa revnl-_ ver and fired. returned tbe flre and A -fk'zpn nt. 1 lower ifnos, but none of them me ocrhjus. Slir- vis vtea struck in the hand, and another bullet entered his back near the spinal col- umn. The latter wound will probably prove mortal, and the coroner has taken iis ante-mortem statement. Levsen has iieen placed under arrest pending the re- fnlta of Snrvis' wounds; The Enterprise In Commission. BROOKLYX, N. Y., July 2.-Tho United States ship Enterprise, which went out of cpminlssion at the Brooklyn navy yard shortly after the trial by court martial of CuiiiuiimiUrr McCalla was has since been getting a thorough over- hauling, went into commission again Tuesday afternoon. Commodore George H. Converse is to hava charge of her, and Lieut, f W. Nichols will be her executive officer. Anotl.or Tlly nl Scuttle. PonTLAUD1, Oio., .lulj S. been received here that a disastrous flre Is raging in Seattle and that the Tacoma flre depart- ment has been called upon for aid. The flro is in the business portion of tho city, nnd it is said that at leastndozen buildings have alrend." hnr'iM ROIIEBT E. PATT1SON. -local tax reform in order that taxes collect- ed for municipal and township purposes may be equalized; demands, the execution of the law re-quiring the surplus in the to Ixs or United States bonds; indorses the adminis- tration of such a policy with regard to the coinage of silver as will keep both gold and silver in circu- lation, or treasury-notes redeemable in the same; denounces unequal apportionment of congressional districts_and insists that... the voters of tlie stato shall be allowed to make their apportionments. The closing plank in the platform is a denunciation ol what is called Quayism. _ What They Claim. The Pattison people claim 800 votes, and concede to Wallace. 114, classifying fifty- three delegates as doubtfol. Tbe Wallace, people claim 195 votes, conceding] 129 to Pattison, and placing 43 column. Of the doubtful votes 10 from York are for Black, 9 from Lancaster are for Hensel, and from Lehigh are for Robert E. Wright. Senator "Wallace was never more con- fident than he U now, and he Rays-he-wiU be nominated. Ttir-troveriior Pattison is alsolhe embodiment of confidence. The people' wEb surround" Pattison-sbare his A Deapm-ati, I'uii unit I.o LONUOV, .hily i.' tbeitrikinx gii" Leeds was char.tct tiou on the part   rr Tin' nrrlr-1' tlie mob fell li.ii-k troops. _ evenlv diviilcd between tlie soldi. ilici1- men (inJ ricitiTs. hurt is a magistrate, who was struck on the head with u stone. When the blucklcK-, whose employment by the gas company nave rise to the disorder, found that 'their work would be dangerous ;w well as tali'jriuua, they jBlHel'nie btriBrs. x Labor Notes. ST. LOITIH, July -At n of tlie of the railroads involved in the platform strike in East St. Louis it was flually decided tu it out if it t.lkcs all summer. In the meantime, the nifrchatits are suffering. They nly V fieight by sending across the river fur it themselves. There are very few men em- ployed in the strikers' places. Pa., Jill) The laborers' In the Delaware colliery have strurk against a reduction in their wages of eighteen cents per day, which the miners proposed to make. They were receiving per day. -Four-hufldrud mcn-and bov'i arc nnVctcd by the strike ALLEXTOWV, Pa., July The rod mill of the Iowa Barb Wire works has been shut down on account of difficulty with the men. who want the company to placejlie mill under the Amalgamated ot Iron and Steel Workers. NEW Yoi'.K, July Tbe American Boiler Manufacturers'. association is its first annual convention here. The report of Secretary Douthelt, of Allegheny City, Pa., showed that the organization was in a condition Tlie rc-purt uf the" committee on uniformity start. inspcc lion laws brought out the Tact that only three states have regular" inspection laws. Jt was derided -to ask Chief Engineer Ma- gee, U. S. X., and United States Boiler In- spectors Starbuck, Duniont and McMftsten to confer with tlie committee for the pur- pose of devising a plan of general uniform supervision. I'lTTMirwsr-July Att- of- the- boiler makers, hL-irtismiths ami helpers employed in the boiler shops in Pittsburg and Alle- gheny, except in ttie two shops of James Reese and one. sliop.nf Dougherty Mor- rison, went out (-n a strike Tuesday. ty shops are closed aud about em- ployes idle. They demand a nine hour day with teti hours' pav. The iron aud steel manufact- urers have signed _the western amalga- mated scale. A few slight changes were made. II ,11 hip I n il '.Mr I'. dollar furdc ll an-1-.lt'll I'! V.llllllH'l' --iirlcill of lI'lll. al- d but il.lKK) on n UK I to niliary ex and C 1-' H.-ll. l ht'ir loiix the ti.iiik. i an and will pav Us dlar UNLIKE TEA COFFEE-GOOD FOR THE NERVES. The claims oFcocoa as a useful article are steadily winning recognition. Unlike tea and coffee, it is not only a stiniiilant but a nourisher-; and it tuis the great advantage It'avtflg nu narcotic' Hence it is adapted to general use. The- strong may take it with pleasure, and the weak with impunity. "BEST GOES FARTHEST." HOCTEN'S tn---., aiwars leaves no injunoua effects on the nervous HI Hteui. It ia no wonder, tfifr-furi', that in all parU of the world, this Coooa is recommended by riiedtcul men Initeud of tea nod coffee or otbei for ditlly by children or hale and rick, rlcb aad pour. "Larifeit oale in the world. Ask fur Viy HOTTTEN'S and no other, 66 1'rcsrnt1- in the clepant form THEi.AXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUICE _c.c TUB FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Combined wi'h the medicinal plants known ta be most IjtiieSdul to the human systeirfT forming an agreeable anci pcmia- "._nenUy__cure. JHabilual Consti-. pation, and the-many ills de- pending on a weak or inactive condition of tiif KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS. 1LEANSE THE SYSTEM ErfECTUAWt PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP, HEALTH and STRENGTH NATURALLY FOLLOW. one-is using it aud all are delighted with it. ASK 1 OUR DRUQQI3T FOR .vfXAN Celebrated Spring now on Rale. 16 Bast EX-SEX ATOK WALLACE. confidence, but some of Mr. Wallace's lieutenants admit that the fight is very close and very much in doubt. One of Mr. Wallace's most ardent snjn-. kititiy4tmt he ator would win, but it would be necessary for him to make a carabination with Hen- sel, Black and Bright, ta do.sn Hn wii also that it would be necessary for ace win the contests which friends have made. The Credentials Committee. The mpn that they will have at least thirty members of the committee on credentials, or ten more than a majority. They claim six from Philadelphia and three from Allegheny, and these are now conceded hy.the .JYallaOB Wait ace men say that it-is so closethat it IS'tfn- possible to predict who will control the- committee, although they think Wallace will. "I'attlsun and HIack" Again. There is a great deal of talk about the old ticket of Pnttison and black over. uKaiu. riutfrotl imd Block, had confer- ence yesterday, and it is said the ex-gov- ernor will get York's delegates after they leave, Black. The Wallace men talk of Robert E. Wright, of'LehiRh.Jor lieuten- FIVE YEARS. AT HARD LAEOR. That Was Cmliler Vau TOI.KDO, O., July H. Vaii.Hoe.- seri, casliier of ITie Toledo Nutinnal bank, was convicted on June 20 of perjury in con- nection with a shortage of about has been setitenoediri the district United States court to five years at hard labor in the Ohio state penitentiary. MlNXKAl'ous, Minn., July MOKOI U" A Is that Impurity of the blood vliieh produces unsightly lumps or swellings in 'the necki which causes running sores on "the arms, legs, or feet; which develops ulcers in tha eyes, ears, or nose, often causing blindness or dealnessj which Is the origin of pimples, can- cerous growths, or which, fasten- Ini tho conaumption deatli. It Is the most ancient of aUjliseases, and very few persons are entirely free from it. How Can It Be By taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, which, by tHe remarkable cures It has accomplished, has proven itself to be a potent and peculiar TOHjlclne for this disease. If you suffer from MANUf-AUTUHtUUNLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. totnSVIlLE. Kf IfW YORK. N. 1. OFFICE TRENTON, I1AI3 MAN "of ToHofi Ynn are hereby directed to enforce Chap- ter 14, Section 174, of the city ordinances against all persons violating its provisions excepting on July 3d, 4th and 5th. ordinance reads as follows: SECTION 174 That if any persons shall flre. discharge, or let off any gun, pistol, sqnib, or other fire-work within this city, within two-hundred yards of any dwelling- house, stable or any other building, every such person or persons BO offending, and be- ing thereof duly convicted, shall forfeit and pay for every such oifense the sum of five dollars; provided, that nothing herein shall be conBtrued'topr'veutthefiriugof Military salutis without any of the public streete, lanes or alleys of this city on any public A. i, 8KIEM, [Pi's fee, Mayor. Bought his of thl AJIFJUCAN AMD TAIUJKING CO., would not rartd ranch wind whistled thiongh his Wi art clothing Bovt and ChildrM with tho BEST TAILOR-MADE CLOIHING At much 1m lli.o prick. Onr giUt Indui ui 8A MPT.R OVKROOAT8 for warth iud. onr HA MPIJ5 SOITBr w.rth tnd for (9.89. far Okildnn'i and Bnito CLOTHING MADE TO OBDKR. enn ii tlii but hon- ikt U witk, right along tl AM rfo 3 Cor. warran St. go'rernor. It is said thnt WrigEt'is Absolutely ruro. A lutim of ponder. High ul of In stiength. TJ. 8. Got- Etyoil, August 17, ISO, ___ ready to give Lehigh's delegates to the mluiu for hla support for the second place. If this is done it -will rather upset the calculations ol John E. of 1'hiliidiilphla, who has been an ufflonrvt'llfliUifeiurtn; BnatviuS BXpecM to be Wallace's candidate for lieutenant governor. A PleaHlng Incident. A plejising incident occurred Monday. Ex-Postninsl er llarrity and Sheriff Krumb- hnar, the rcnl leaders of the Pattisou cam- paign, cnllecl on ex-Senator Wallace at his rooms. They were received with the most marked courtesy and good feeling. Mr. Wallace assured them that he should take off his coat nnd give the ticket his most hearty support, no mutter who was nomi' nated, anil Messrs. llarrlty and Krumb- haar assured him of. the same loyalty if he was the nominee. Another Gettysburg Monument. GKTTYSHUIHI, 2.-The IMth New York Volunteer regiment unveiled a monument, n rough granite shaft, jin the northeastern part of the__town_Tuesday. Col.JXJi. AUsil. of >i V Hon. G'.'d. Whipple and Col. Warner made speeches. IltNlinp I.ougliiln Serloiittly 111. BBOOKI.TN, .Inly 2. Loughlin, of this rtly, is seriously ill with pleurisy, there grave fenrs as to the remit. No matter what may be'the Ills yon bear from Indigestion a dose of Ayer's Cathartic Pills will you without question. Just tr them once and be assured; they have mno worse dyspeptics cured You'll flnd them nice and amply worth the price. "Every spring my wife and children have been troubled with scrofula, my little boy, years old, being a terrlblo sufferer. T "t spring, he was one jnas.i ol from.. to f ccL Wo alHook rKwd'o Sdrsapanllaf all have been-eired of the scrofula. My Httye boy Is entirely free fpim sores, and all four of my children look bright and healthy." W. B. ATHKHTOS, PaBSiio City, N. J. flood's Sarsaparilla Sold by druggists. Preparedonly by 8.L HOOD 4 CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass. 100 Doses One Dollar The latest novelties out in Ladies' >nd Children's fast-colored, best quality hose, among which please note following famous, absolutely fast dyes: TheY. S Fu the Star, the _ GENERAL .CONFEUTIONEBY, Cream a specialty. AD immense fuwortmont of Cachona, LoKen- Drops, Congh Candies, Nut Candies, Car- mels, Mixtures, Penny Turkish Condles, French reams, French Glaces, etc. Prices moderate, SOUTH BROAD STBfJfl', NEXT TO _______ BBOAD STBRKl'-BANEr ANGELO CAMERA, PROP. The highest court in the the ladieo Bay our Jumbo for size and preparation beats them all. Our small stove for Baltimore Hciitorsis the thing. Onr stove and egg for collar heaters hard, hot and lusting. Try a ton of onr NO. 2 CHESTNUT. EGO AND STOVE FOB BAK'NG A SPECIALTY. Broken Egg, Pen, Buckwheat and Soft Coals for manufacturing purposes on hand, Kjock and Kindling Wood to suit the trade. Wilson Stokes lerges the whole world for its equal in quality and extremely low prices. Tbo Jbduued pricea aru 10, 12, 15, "20 nnd 2Bc. ann upwards. i new out in Uhildren's riaft and Caps, to which we pay especial study, and always had the name of selecting t.hp prettiest, hnndsomeot assortment of ID fun ta' and Children's Caps and _.Hsts. _. Handsome Hats reduced to 25c. and upwards. Fans I Fans! Fans! All stylos made, along with Bnck- les, Poi ket-books, Corsets fine Cam- bric Underwear, Gauze Underwear, Ribbons, of every descrip- tion. Mitts, Parasols flue Umbrellas Is our grand specialty. We keep only the very best mado Parasols and Run Umbrellas, along with Umbrellas, anu are daily receiving now styles at lower than truly city prices. Look "at them. LOOK OUTi'OR BARGAINS "4 We-have purchased the store North of us and intend to build on the two lots liic lincsl Store in I run Ion! mnit rid of oar itont to do thu, aOTHINC i. L J i O 'N i i i i IN) c 1 c J c x 3 l v i MKUCUANT TAIUJHING BB The Real Estate, Safe Deposit, Trust and Investment Co., TRRNTON, N. J. Trangacts a general banking business. Allows Interest on cash deposits, subject to che.ck Bents boxes of various s'nea In ltd flre und proof vaults, the renter exclusively keeping tho key. Acts us agent for collocting rents and for purchase or sale of real estate. Executes trusts of every description, M Executor, Administrator, UnardUn, Trus- tee, etc. Loana money on mortgage and on col- latcrnl. Agents for Cheque Bank of London. Cheques for sale, good in all parts of the world. __ _ _____ _ _ HUOH H. HAMir.t, President. HENRY H. LITTLE, Vice President. ASA F. SKIRM, Secretary. BABKKR JB., Treasurer. WILLIAM 0. MOOBB, Cashier. DIRECTORS. Hugh H. Hamlll, T N. AcUmn, Barker Gnmmere, 1 Barker Gummern, Jr., E STREET, NORTH STKWAKT MAMOTONO; i. :i GENTI.KMKN in IMMEDIATE 8F.RVIOE In (bt OOUNT1NO BOOM. ITS AKK RpUCATOKS, TlC WOKKKKS. NO SMATl'ERTNG, NO NON-ESSENTIAL, NO NONSKNSE in Ito CODRHi. OF TKAINING. Mod.rn Mtthodi, Snocwafnl TtMhiog, iBdiyidn.l AtUntion, Sitii- fiotory Frogriji. The Shorthand Department Barker Onmmere, Esq., Harry Boners, James Buchanan, WssE'H A. Eoebling, Owen H. Locke, H. 8. Little, L. B. RtsdOn, 8. Meredith Dickinson. J. B. Ouklll. Edward Grant Oook, Edmund 0. Hill, S. Yard, Albert U'ayton, Offcn the very facilitiN for acqairing (kill in SUnyiiphj. RAPID AND SUCCESSFUL PROQBRR8 aUABANTRF.D. Honing, Afttrnoon and Ev.niag 01- Shorthand. 2d. THOMAS J. STEWART, Pniifou'Ar, Box 687, 1 10 and 12 Oroone Strcot, Advertise YOUK AV...   

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