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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               J YOU VIII. NO. 23 3. A YOUNG GIRL'S MURDER. Remarkable Story of a. Pretty I ypewnter's Death IMLKKtl) IMJiK 1 f ALSE NAME. to utli lij u Dot tur null Curried to uu I ndt rt ikei n sji at Two O clock til MI.TIJ trrests ID Cou- neetloll wlltl till Clime Mtt'iilK Iiil V riding U[ ii in i! xttt i li 1111 a few days ovuheaid 4 of i com i rsation be- tween two nt ti lain lu become convinced Ui it i tc uitiful )uunggirl had been done to d ut nil her bod} Spmltd away Ik f Him 1 up th clew and uiieartht dauTiuktbleiiijiii 1 ht crime wan that of in i t tice aTydthpYittim. was Aumw Go dvMu ii-.l uulsqiiic. girl cif. ill, who died Juh I- un lt.i the hauls of Dr H x bile ti mpurarj Mrs Dr it carried the dead Ur w n thru fights of Starrs nt 2 o-eloHcm 11 ntiuj jilted it in niKl (Irene it to tlie under taking establishment off- Mcrutt it was the next d burud in Michael's cemttei} in Abljim as the hod> of Jane Wilbur lu order t tmr up the crime both Mdjnncsal inrt I ndt-rtaker Mer nit made a 11 lit uitill'ati, of death, gjing so far as to d tte it a prior to the uuforUiuatc gill s liuuh All tut parties implicated art i arrest A lifmutlful Girl Mid Courae Antiie Goodwin was alwavs a hatidsome Kjjlt- ptiss  Bhc was 1H )t of aye she bigau to pass man) ait} fr m h Hue and af this time shi IIK t (-'is Harrison whose father is a wt-ihlii builder (it No "U es-t One Hundred and Iwtutieth streu Har rihon was, jouug and not particularly good looking but ae had pi nts of mone} and a smooth tongut Amue s >ou began to wear handsomer el'tiling an 1 Jewclr) than her salary d and lit r p trents remcm strati 1 with her for the nun laiit} of her conduct bhe left home and her condition became such that with Har rison a c >nsent sin. t tiled Dr McGoneg-ftf, of No One Huulrcd siHTTwen street wh se rcptu in u uulaK till practices is well He is of age, ha-s been arrtsted twice for similar offenses and ba.s been wati bed closel) by the police fora long tune the fcnd icff Eight das', later Aunie died at No 10T Ea-st One fifth street, m a flat kej t I v Mrj Piinn) n wa.iher woman sliewint thtre Mrs Shaw sava at Dr Mcd IK A ri quest and remained there until she Htmson had never been near her during all this time, and no one was iKMde the dtathoed but hbaw Albert llairts, a 10 boy, wlio witlithe w isherwoman w is sent fir Dr M i.onit.il who armed at 4 o clock lhat i all rin) t In sal 1 as his little cies nhtten d through his bushy 111 uixu.1 to her sad take her to her friends V u keep quiet and I will htr lati 1 ut it willbtf verj You teepThi' flooTsTTut and Juu t say thing to ailvb lip iient ta s undertaking establishment at No .204 hast One Hun dred and Twenty third strut and asked Merrill if he could a poor girl whom he thought would die that Memtt demurred at first hut he finall) consented to do the j >b for the be taken to his establishment that bj McGone- Kal Al-S 11 "n Mi vt the flit, hastily bundle i the bodj into a ragged qmlt, graspid it in his long skinny arms, and tottered with it down the four long flights of htairx Albert Hams nent with him to open tbe street door Gl mcmg up and down the deserted street MtGonegal enw that ill v carried his ghaxtl) loa'l arross the to hia two wheeled illiam DiMdson, a rnlnfpj m iu w Lo w orkb for Merritt, helped him to lift the ungainly bundle upon the seat of the and held it while the doctor mounted beside it Burled in "Jane Wllbar A dim light burned in ilerntts little shop as the doctor and his loud drew softly up In front of it Davidson was there be- fore him and helped him lift the horrible 1mu lilt bhup It duuiyei into A pLaitc pin b still w rapped in Mrs Shaw s quilt aft possible on Bnn day the coffin was placed in a cheap hearse and driven to fet Michael s cemetery in Astoria Otilj Merrill and Davidson ac- companied it, and oen the} did not stay to see-auythmg than the coffin low ered into the narrow grave A few clods fell upon the box as tbey tuTned awaj Thus it caiiie -ibmit ttrat-jifetty Anme Goodwin, who died on her 21st birthday, is buried in a quiet coi ner of bt Michael's as Jane Wilbur aged 29 A KeiniirknMp Death Certificate Then Dr MtGr meal issued the follow ing of d' Jane Wilbur married, salcswom in died July 11, at No 239 East One Bundled and Lighth street Cause of death rheumatism of tha heart Jane ilbur d r of John and Sarah Wilbur of hiiigl tnd Kenided in this couu try four }tars in New city an( county one jcar Harlem "courT (tea Mrs Bhiw injlOODO bail eai h and the) were sent to prison (.us II irrmon gav ball and wan released He tlainiH no to have known the girls whereibout until he he ird i f her de ith after his ar rest Later in the dav Morntt and David son weream itcci a-it 1 1 aip- She <.avo tin WIml 't lit it it w us 1 i idav uudtr Lolontt M tin nd an autjps) bt 11 Hint I'tilde Until AI.SI1N lex Jul} mall tvvinlv t i a XH in u ill t tl it 1 t U 1 In u u ifi tvso lau ist niKlit li a i I ml i llkd ud luill'-i m-ot-at-iwi V ll irol I ill Ul d nii inl bs mil 'sun ii 'b i limpid with I ttl s I 1 Us 11 It I uu 1 It IV-Ul, Wl I -I t III I I I LH ar I tu bt ic Dailns M iki i II (j HOI. i3 111! Ill, I i l UM e t-iniifi rubbe 1 tht I i i i KJ l iu i-b ui i Hllllfs Itll lltUlt-l JWU f LUMS lol tl UUJ I 1 I Uf tilt PLANNING FOR THE FAIR ul P 1 Profit In th the OuaKi I julj_ 5! I itlcr at tht eulifcTt m Id oetweeu bers of the spe d_ tunjimlti t A it mruTTaT Columbian fxpusif on witb he membtrsof the fiuan t rr imtuHeeof- .he i intt iijnal txjxsni-m )i tuiiit tn :pars ago in tin? citr (TIM I VV Palmar .bjuiinau uf the uati nil HUUHSSI n ml IhumasH Dirhlisnn i t wire ith all tin memt is )f thi committee ol wlih.li Iu Ig Ji i Me imc of HeutucVv is cininn in Ihe i'hil idt mbt rs (f th mittu ml wen- juvt-eiii f sides thp run v or in lu 1 I ii Ii 11 K 1 ra lohu Uaird M Ivi in uf 1 lie ledger I bom is n Ihjtn is otrn n AHHMR Little (I muiiW Hid lie r L Heel I bonus II Un Jit nuts Kulib and P A VS VV itluer wl i, also a member of the spteiil lunnuitut Ihe jonfereuce w is opi tied bj McKen ale w ho stated what the tomunttee would like ttj know FlfsT said he wrshuiil 1 h> i iu k the different ml I le w that were before von wh'u hrst took action in regard tu the c iitiiiinil also the original pi ills tint wen if! pled Hid alanlunid t ul wi sh ill like ur suggestions is ti tie jlin iu 1 if the evpositi n in Clm lu i un 1 the ot aliv uoltl ll is th it w mid bestlltable what ju think sli mid be the puwtrs and duties i f tln_ diret tur J uurtb trfatrsbrn I f tTit ers and duties of the t oiumiuet nd gi IK rail) HI} s i_j, tidis tl at vo' may tie pleased to m ike Uur I jecL is t make use of v mr i i I v mr ideas which weut so f ir tu maki I'lnlidtl phia s centennial Uoii a shining sue, Mr Cochnne followed Julg McKeniie Hid sketched tin siu.es ions tl I U) i je tuthe committal 11.1 week Dr 11 ilej vv as one uf the m nt v il i ible mem beis of the eente inn i1 eomiuis i ITT; ont Imtd the hlstor) f tin si i n in this iitv and told how mo was riis 1 litre 1} mdiMdual subsirip i us of V10 e icl. ind the worliw is c irrit I uu tfitrttl npb iu success U hen asked as (o the duties uf he director general be He should prepare ntsforal. the work invite arcliitfits t submit plan' of buildings to bt erect 1 nid make al preparations- fur His.talUi IU kxhib- (s He should of course e w ISP f uun lors in the executive comuutee un whosi itlv ice he mlghi ich Ite t ii. ful in the sc It- iiuu uf i'Hir d ret t jr i il __ him with all these important 'K utrs tfTat should" a to tmn The executive bok regular meetings t> which the director central shuuld r purrall that he had dune r inti tided ti do If tlie i nutiiittie. think untie direct ir gemril bis 1 ut anUbmg rai i Im ir} thev sbou d n t i i lo it but mph IlKlst UA 1 It mi at ting -you will prevent mv uipear n ci oi troubli for unless the d rt' tur ap- eirs tu have full an 1 absjlite contra illusion will arise and ruinous The J ig Iron Suppi} Piitt <.MI i iin Jul} -I the. report n t Iron ana "sf 11 issuelat on i us that the uu nit it of ill MII Is of pig in held for sale the manufacturers o i i agents un hine 30 amjiiuteet to net tons: tir gross tons This m mireast ol 'f, gross terns siute in 1 Compirt I with tut unsold stock. the quantity re rted on June 3ft has. decreased 162 9S4 n -s tons In addition to the quantity o jig iron held b) the makers or then agents U Iuiie30 the Aliitlien, IlOll GtuiJgiS irrint cumpain reiifirts W oOU gross tonn u 1 h added to thu tons in u t bands makes a total nf 405 -TO tuns o s bl iron lliii la less than H three 11 ks supply at the present rate of con auiptmn in this country ac uliiif thi wurlil to meet him in a inaUh fo 10K1 a side and a gold me lal in the fol m lug 10 and 13 pouin i iniucrs, throwing 5b ponmN long an1 -1 and 14 i id bitih jumps hop step and jump lute uul kick utltiug with pole, three stand nil, J imps 1IX) jard run 120 jaril hurill i u c mil running hop, step and jump Hlnconnlnn l'i Ticket inly PruJrtiii have uouiiiiat (1 Dr ill Llairt for KOMruir ft r lieuteuau (Hiruor K NtthiKiit uf Milwaukee ir secrttary of st ite Inhuson o st Croix couut> fur tnasuiti Kobtr of lelfersi n for attoim KI tieral I 1 Kiiukculeu uf O-ihUsir I1 iintcndiut, Henry bumm r oi (Jut i_; une, for riuiiuud" roniiiiifiioner I lilack of Hlchlanii C utt r Itr lusiiranc i mluissionir Audrtw Ptterstn tf dret! mutj _ __ _ __ (Ish llilnlr hi Tliollsinil Ht Pa luh I lit f 11 fniiiu fishing being (itpleltd of nearh all of its fish by ft tnjsUnolts discisc lliousiuls uf dtai bass wt ighiug from one half t i In (irjr und are lioatiiix upon thn w itxi s stltfn co lied up iu drifts Its t rnlliolli Milt F.TfTffiuJ-iilj aim nli-ufirent of the (atholii arcfTbisli ips d ill'l mil st itos is ui i r igii ss in tins i it to 11} Ih illlt is I tlu I atholic I HIM isiu I VV i_sh holding a UK it tin st-mui urj al irdlnal (.lUlHins pm Biding Tiie e-vlla resuHlnn frojrt ImWtnal costlve- neRS are many and nerlous, but tlie nxo of barnh, drastic purgatlveB qnlte M danger oai In Ayer'pi Pills, however, tbe patient bn mild out effective upcrlent, to TRKNTON, Y CYCLONE AND FIRE Seven Victims of a Gale m the West. UtKNUJ II CINCINNATI. AFTERNOON, JbLY 1890. TWO CKNTO NEWb Fresh f c m IN tli Mill.I BRIEF C it trull; n g i uoi ment of a hi) Ovet FU-TpUolu tfl >oitli Drtkota anil MiuntButa Did Gital Ofl from lu a lol.it.npi nt lliiute HIH t Mitx N U July 3J A passed nil the lurtlieni poitiou of this couuty hout J p in Ihcit were smn per oiis klllel Dt tails from the u clone are iieagtr Hit oul} thing learned is that he st riu stiuck Huncu Llillord and il si ig about miles northwest iflluitir lu tht.southt.iu portion of Irall and in th n )ithem part of Lass county t was a tearing acroaa he count r} eliiig bui au4destroy- ng ci s lUe Outright Five persons were killed outright ana a uau his wife jprobably fatally injured icar Clifford VV UeB luaueh are pi (rated and particulars will be late, as repoi lets must dm e a number of milea to tlib telegraph station A hail pstorm lin did. (uusidnrable, damage to cropg about twelve miles south )f .fcargo Tito Dead at Marshall. MAI HML Minn Jul} cyclone occum 1 near Ghent tniles west of jerc II. re were two persons killed and several injured A Tenement Houne Horror Civ INS luh A3 f our story tene- tHeut house OT-'XIT 44 irast ttoiit street, was by fire at II oMock last night 1 he farst floor was oceujned by Simon M uces a sect ud store, aud in this part of the building the flames were nrst discovered Minces lived m the (ill story with his Ihe fire spread rapl ily and cut off the escape ol Mmces hislu year old.suuiiarrj andanun- know woman supposed to be Mrs Mitacea Tlirte Detwl untl Three Injured Ihe bjdies were recovered and taken to tho morgue Ihi-ee persons were badly burned before the} were rescued Their names are Nick; Haman, Mary K'nuuoier- and Eva Mulcts A ParnlTtio Suffocated w.K, Julv 23 started m the five-stoi} tenement house at 1157 Third avenue, eve-niiig the teuants es caped Mrs Mackie aged who the top Mttvk-ie was- 1 and unable to help herself and was sullocatcd beiure a-ssutanee could reach ht r .two firemen were overcome by smoke and were taken to the Presbyterian THAT BATTLE ON THE ISTHMUS Keportu from tlie I fontler State That Over HJindred Were Killed. LA LlBHTAU bahador Jul} 13 The latest iruui the frontier cuufliuiR the reports lu respect to the of Salvador over the foic.es of Guatemala iu the battle of Julv IT 4 UOU strong, invaded balvaJor Ihe killed numbered over 4H with many vfounded Thirty refugees fi im balvadoi ainuug them Gen. Munterrosa have given themselves np to the bahddoriaus den illa.v icencio, a feaivadorian Jraitor, attacked the Saiva- dorian forces Jul} 18 aud vvasHefeated. Guatemala the warfare with- out a ekcla.ra.tion of war Mau) cafaes of rifles shipped from San Jraucisco for the bahador government have been sufced aboard the Pacific rnflil steamship bv It is believed den Fabio Moran, who was aboard the steamship, and who IB nn aspiraut for the presidency ot bavador, acted aa au luforuier to Guatemala, Anxiety in Argentine. city agitatttl luesda} nu couocquenxn n' the discovei} of the plot to overthrow the gov- ernment Ihe place is garrisoned by troops auci 3IKXI armed policemen. The bourse is demoralized ihe trial of the conspirators against the government it proceeding Ihe feeling of alarm is sub- siding Will Be the Funeral Ship? WASHINGTON Julv 33 Secretary Tracy still under consideration the assigu- Frederic H i 1 n t tht w 11 law him of l i u h it IhutUia Wl from a ttadellt) h rM n u M J and rcceiud i 1 ij n bin legs was biukeu iu lie was juild A thiif has bun am slid in chliiroftuniiij, ami lobninj worn n di tmonds Hit il uu bill t svsteni with salisfa le ills at do I I wu In s a I t I v a r u ll t i isid b} li mar I n i I aw a) i f a I I Ihe a tl tt the sou U if tit f re bill depieiatul b> sintlmu seuat i hi t Hi al limits of tht Ji I' rtl in 1 M' an John 1 Uv 11 1" vtius old v on tin hi i I with ll I i tt end wlupbv NIa-' n a u a dad irf trmiuvum vl the. bruii has bten arrtste j hiules H Smith ttmii 'i 111 the Hall 1 tek and Safu eonijui v com- mitted SIIH di I v shooting hm a tht tlTOrt nt Vevv "iiTik B Vrtt-hirtH i. to tluthuu. i wfut urcrs of li istoti are hnautial i I ar FJVU! ibilltius (WO, n n lial as bets W-'OHO Flreiui-n Unit it PlTTSUlH. Julv -i lai woolen maoufacturiiiLj t-t tfiUshmlnt i 1 I ralltj, ilarton iS_ n Idvir avenue City wits tliuM totall) distrov i iv file last lin fire is ot ki own origin tirr-mm nsehausen H st men Hortz MiUher an 1 Biebo vv r i lined under a filling brick fall 11 v were LUjckli >ut tnd sent to tht li I heir injuries are senoud -iti uku conipanv ei isid manufacturiiu last fall and iiad rem velthc greater ptrt if their UNLIKE TEA COFFEE-GOOD FOR THE NERVES. 1 In 11 urns i u is i useful aiuUe of diet are steadily inrtttig trxnrrmtum L niiki tea and cotfet. It is nut only a stun il mt but i IK u usher, and it has the gre it advantage of no IHK u tftus. Hentt it adapted to general use 1 he sti mij ina) take it with pleasure, and the weak u ith. impumt} Ikl f the- L t s luel It te 1 ar n i u Una utal U> tht U 1 ks i n pt 4 U me I the tleve ill tnidued to the li ssiun as an evi n of us action m HS a. t ha- lt tit w ill be one of "BEST GOES FARTHEST." l !FS -i L 1 o fa ways used J n mjurioua on i It la n 1 I f t at in all of the world tra a 4 rt ovo men tied by nieitltiii nit n Instead of tea and coffee oifaet or iur ilnity b> childrea or hale und nnd poor I ttrteat eiile in [1 r J V k for AN HotTTEN saud nu ytA" 69 Umbrella and Emporium n Tins tit) The Striking f Nh" thw 1 1 ik UUCllHIUfll 1 OMT liniopti it in I front t f MM tr f S ami U u'l ui u Out uf tht v. 11 ud t kinakers liie situation of ik was virtually L, A Hants 0? in I il rs gitliered in f i li uxe on Broad ivwk umm ui them being nlb but afl r a few and thritiu ung attitudes splkd policemen il 1 riottis arrested Hutd Mu UK 1 ombs It J -ttoik Loss i i i ItHtirv fr Imh M I ml lu Herself in niile Vt Jhf FH -v III! Julv a uian n u it >u 1 Ht Heurj i It m men s i >ih to stt 1 ludi ujdpuli-i un H tn J alker i-. tn t to Uin she tlaimss tu li 1 1 aiids from iu Ii-tiULisw- jf true! trt unu ut ind '-IRLLL 1 htr t j tin-, ut> 1 1 fniiak ailirt 1 her t 11 she stok H m tl (iftit be beat lu tl t m tn reloinn t Alleged M 4.n Mrs 1 1 le U> Mrs i btitt L, i last uil tfiu uht LUUIIL i Nin_ It U tn> %M rt u i i h a _, i nh 11 ,ili il u ith m i i i 11 Ut I th it r-- tl i i t. b i i t nut s f i tli Ib it- h 1 i f i i 1 irt I, Of i few uiuu N t il (Juarrel v I -Joseph M s ui uni ile of a TT) llai til n stu 11 was t in- u th killed J} a lUluw boarder ua-iiitd Nl U 1 is L isiillctz i carpet til J b u t n 11 in a drunk t n ijii in I bit hi t 1 u I osiiht I lu i ki lit nit V it s abdomen i Its) i iti rtsstu the iiiuidern was am S.IKI Hi- limltl Him Cheap s-ii J il} -1-i loliti H in b i.s bi ulit suit in the sum of f r si in I illi i n 11 i li tun ihiiL, s tli it wlnlt sji Uuiu at nrd unssiniin in i Dun inn bin I Tin V al t I n i 0 t [li H 1 hi In I i i 11 r n_M II n I i-t it Unn in pnlilislu d i I U. _I (01 tw i I llusaii I i hafP' dubs Kun PI r li I i ih JS-lIu VtUntic tib innulhti t ist aftu 1 t i son L inn from 1 in im t> Vw Ue-dfirdw us pi sintid to tht )ai_htH list ntid to tht runs the cruise 1 iv. irdeil to the Ana A Train Hoj Lnder tile Conn 'ul} -'J i jimm Ljuu aged lo v ears t 1 jitchea ter N i an 1 ,is ti t t 1 o} on Book and Job the Colsolidated rt id w uj tin n under I Rt the THKHTOK office the wheels TVhihr "Utt-trmi tmc tu boa.rd ti am in this 1m 1 a Ifcg cut uft and collar bout broken It is feared that his mjujjts will prove f ual Viftffoltt to the Eye BOSTON, Jul} J3 nt u comet discov ereij by-Cogfeiawajj observe I Mundaj night at the Harvard c Ji mitory b} Mr endeli Its position w i- l j hours 29 min- utes, Cambridge me in l i i right asceu sion, 9 hours IJ I miuute declination, 43 degrees 23 mmutes Ihe comet Is nut V151- thp nflked Mr Qua} on the Ll PniSBLliO Jul) -j I with a reporter senntut think the federal uhu ui tion BUI an interview 1 1) said he did lull would pass to convey the remains of >n to Sweden, but U IB believed that an order will tie" issued in a da} or so He favors the Philadel phia anrl believes that her maiJen voyage could nut be more useCul or patriotic than call} the-reniaina-of-thve-gveat inveator It is probable, however, that the Philadel pinia cannot be put m proper condition for a voyage, and that tlie Haiti more will be selected O'Boylfc Free HAimoRD, Corn Jul} ,23 W O'Bojle was fined S100 a short time ago for insurance m a fonmn company no authutity Irom the insurance commissioner He gave notice of appeal, but bung unable to bonds was sent to jail to work out his fine He made application for a writ of habeas corpus on the ground that he could not be sent to sprif -nmcriar gpiiMwee; tat tttnytffihT homli After hearing argument on the -writ" JucTge WlHtrim 10 favor of O Miner's AssalluntH Captured HARTFORD July The assailants of Frank Aimer in East Hart fordon Monday were captutofV last _ evening bj Officer Enuls, Hartford, and bhenti Moore, of East Hartfor 1 They are named Belhvare and thorn as Gol- den, bottli of Glostonbury and both mar ned JAllwnro confeBRed that he did the shooting but to tho charge of assault with intent to kill both men pleaded not guilty w pre ought to the jail in this city Mintr is dead the senate without a ch in the rules KR saidjlie Demogidts n lid talk and nil buster so as to actuii ou the bill ad Increasing the 1- inures, DKWEB Colo Juh Ueorge L Sop ns, the supervisor ot announced that the population ot 0 and sub- urbs was 1-ib I8f in inert iseover hia for mer figures of 7 UUU ilie rtsult of the re- canvass by the a L inuiittee BLOiiMtlun i i luh Maiulff Hostetter, the 10 M r Id daughter ot Frank Hostetter f I has com Do ttmday night aftei having seen IILT IOMM de >rge Boyer Miss Hostetter purchistd a I ttleof laudanum and took the fatal ilruijit Jealousj is supposed to bu n tin. i.ause_of A Big; Beat 1 state I NEVIPOKI Jul} of New York, has pui Brewer estate, foot ul I the cliffs for abnit largest sale ever in i V is one of the finest m 11 Biunuitl SILVER S riiff of Rochester of Castile vv is dnnv i Unchecked VVTOM lex, July Smallpox isipnlimu jilonK tbe Mexican side of tho bordi r Pn Vegras ptr cent of th( ilnt ion has affei (til and tRe pi roen if falvhU bus bein ury high In New Lniwlolbtro upward of two hunilrpil people stntken with the [liHuiw Ih Mcxicnni have takon no pre cam Ions against itfi and ip many of thci r smaller ton ns it is raging unchecked Ho Iivnped niul MATS 1 AMITNO N J Inly frank May H Landing jail from AllnntTt l Ity for thirty -dayi, wao btiiiK Imitiyht here T and while the tram was m motion Pleasantville, d dtf an 1 osrjiped from the He has not itf been ThonRnniiR have been relieved of Indigos tlon and Ions of nrpetlte by n wlnple I oltle ot Aypr'K The upeof thlR medl cine by Elvlnar lone and strength to the as- slmtuiivf orgnnn, had made Innumerable cures of chlronlo Price H Wortfi ti a bottle cramps niinning His bodj t al at Newport. H M Bioufcs, ised the Gardner llevue avenue, ou (.100 This is the i and the estate uty Untiling I ily iW -1 red B Rev B ihll 1 while out but lung u is taken w ith not yet been re AND NUTRITIOUS JUIOE -THS- FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Combined the medicinal MUULS of planb known to be benefitnl to the human furrmng an agreeable and (.ffn-tne laxatue to penna- Mire "Hibjtual Consti- pation and the man} ills de- pending on a or inactive ondition of UIP KIDfWS, LIVER UNO BOWELS. It iui excellent remedy known to JUaihpoe s Disf it OuOHts Mi I LxPresi dent CltMliiul I. U diliier ami wifa anil Joe IifFur- in an I ivifi arrnid at Mashpci wliLii tin v will remain through the pri sent K Tcntl ir in i pi) u in n i f u r hi stlii mi it i IN 1 ml! i i th i h I mid (In II I ittllllr III Its n 11, proportion, and Is, Hood 9 Siri ij i- viluoot tho hist sir ntJh i'l econoinv Iliods Ilrlnodlvvli In in d Poiei o II 1 iml merits II ul s (nris Mtlififn tin Ibis known tliotitlrif rim pr it I 11 >od purhVrocr illsr 11 red Junliir in Hi "good inmo it hdine tlirri is in ni of Hood s Sirsv pirllH sold In I II Hi m of ill otliir Wood piniflin 1 ulur In Its phciiomiml ri-rord of no otlii-rJ CCUIICli jireinritlim cior ill ilnod w ri[ Idly nor luld vi slfidhslly Uin cinddiro of 111 cl isios ol ptople Ti i nil ir In Iho ir TEpitvnli, II "I' -wm- blnei all tlio kii wliiluP which modern resrlrch I Rclenrn his I O I devi v.lth rniny years prictloil expprli nco hi preparing medlcln i Bo nine to got only Hood's Sarsaparilla SoMbyRlldriiRplBtfl nfsforfi Prepnrodonly byC I HOOHACO Apothocarloa, Lowell, Doses One Dollar one is Bl 01 s or Coosupated PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP, HEALTH and STRENGTH NATURALLY FOLLOW one is vising it and all are delighted it ASK YOUR DRUOQIST FOR f j -v i i TT l I MANUFACTURED ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. FRANCISCO, (Ml, KY new VORK 1. Latest Novelties LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S Stylish Pi At almost First Cost Prices, along with 8 now arrival of all stylos Sun Umbrellas for the hot weuthor, one of whioh Sun Umbrel- las every lady should have Also ft new arrival of new EmVrolderiea and FlouuuiiKs nf the very finest material nnd wnrkmannhip, at snob prices M are anything over hoard of Apain, we have received another big lot of those beautiful hildron'a Hats and Cap', for tho galo of which wo have such a wide reputation an thin Go to Wallii for a Child s Uat and it will look twice as handsome again jast on ao count of the styliah hat! Tuftt rrcetted three niou uf uirr famous Fast olor II and many Nov oltlea for the vacation time 1 OPPOSITE CITY HALL N B Our goodu positively IM THE Ulllf, Soring A'XI 16 Raat 'Jills MAN Bonght bin of AMERICAN AND TAILORING 00., ht would not how much tht wind whittled thiongh hu W. irt clothi-g iht Bon witk b nd oar HA worth nd 114, fox J9.99. Saita Ovwotiata. CLOTHING TO UkDFK. ton a Ut bMt in "M dffl with, aid OWHI right A N ho, 3 Cor. 8t Co- I MONTI NO DONK IN A FIRST-CLASS MANNER, AND AT SHORT HOTICE AND FAIR PRICES, AT THt 1'rcnton '1'imcs J O 1 Minting )cpartmcnt WASHINGTON MARKET BUILDING, Corner "of ironi and Souih The largest variety of HUPtliFIN F C BJ AM CHOCOLATES guaniuteeil lobe tin finest _ U 8 will bejimna at ANGKT.O CAMERA'S Fine Confectionery Store, 2OS SOuT N J ?anrj Fruits Ire ri am so la Wntir lie Cream Mmliw Milk Minium liiniinuic iiUuyaon hunt! tinii tin io.t'1 1' and made lliese art liutu I rktH entlorall TOHN H HANDY, ODOEI EHS FXC AND IOHHINO PrlvTeR cleaned inn amli-iiill 1 lieuce liior HA Wt -fi KMT AlIonieruleRiittllliuri laci will be pronijitly attended to WORK PATHON1ZB HOME INDUSTRY Trenton Watch The most reliable watch for the monej Cixli and nee Hie {urge HHRortniei t nL H. F.. lUCKHiY'B, THE BBLIAHUK JFWKLKK, 190 Perry Ptreet Opposite 1 rlnlty M, R Chujoh OlTK KI f i K I vtis I IHKNIUN N J I I ri'IIF UKUVKK l" I III HI 'H 1 jtlvps null.n thill lilt I Hi tlumllU of pernonal I IB.MIII I Issll in I now re nminlMR unpitil bin inn lit-ltin I and II tho iibovpfuf nit i nil at m thi IIIIIIIPHOI ttllt JlClilKlULUlS Hill I I I 111 I WO Or more of tho il ill} ill rH III mei i Ipil Ht ll n resolution I iimi I I uiiiinun (inuull July lnt 1WW nuini U Jffiatvtd. Ihat HIP Ken tupr-of flml Iw in rrl'V dlrii It I to notlfi ilplf n jnentu llmt unlrHn IIIIMUIII N un irimitU miido publlrnttoit wlillif mailylntivo upem ol thin oltj IT HiriiN ITr a ff (OJ KentMTuf luxeR BEAD THE TEENiON TIMES. OF OF INTENTION. Pursuant to a resolution paused by Com- mon Council July 15th, notice it hereby given of the Intention of Common Cbnnim to alter the grade of Lambertoa street in uoowdince with the plans and profile pre- pared hy C C Haven City Survevor, dated July 1st, 18SO, now on file in his Such persons olyecticg to said change ot grade are requested to appear l efore t can- al at their tn hn held on Tuesday ovemng, Angast 5th next at 8 o'clock and bo heard for themselves or by cou gel, thr sabject oomes np for coi sideration By order of Ihe Common lUmnciI. Dated July 17th, 1890 JNO C OWENS, City clerk 7-17 IK The Real Estate, Safe Deposit, Trust and Investment Co., ST A i T, TRENTON N J Transacts a general banking business Allows interest on cMtt dopualte, to tjcheck al: sight Boots boxes of various sizes in ita fire and burglar proof vaults, the renter exclnptlvsly keeping the key Arts as agent for collecting rents for purchase or sale of real estate Ezeontea trusts of every description, u Exocntor, Administrator, (Juardfan, tee, etc Loans money OB mortgage and on col- lateral Agents for Cheque Bank of London beqnea for Bale, good in all parts of world. Hcaa H, HAMIII., President. HKNKY 8 LIKIK, Vice Proaident. ASA F SKIBM Secretary RARKKR (Auttmit JB, Treasurer Wii r IAM G Moosi, Cashier DIBICTOBg. HtighH Hamlll, T N Aflnnpi, Barker Onmmere, Esq Harry Rogers, Baiknr Qummern Jt Jivmee Wwh'n A Boebllng, Owen H 41 8 Little, I- P M Merediih Dickinson. J B. (Jaaklll, Fdwaid Grant Cook, Edmnnd C Hill, William 8 Yard, Albert liUyton. 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