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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               YOU VIII. NO. 9371. TKKNTON, TJIUK8DAY AFTKRNOOK, JoLY 1890, TWO CKN'lO HER BODY IDENllFIED. Another Act in the Tragedy _ at New York. THE (IGVUHJt UIIiL'S SLAVfcES, Aunta n Dlsloterrvdj A Foul mjrtom KxHUiluntloa X'rovvl That Hi! Dtitth UH Brought Aboul In a Criminal 'Manner NpWiotk luh 24 doubt as identitj of Annu lion Iw in w ho wus foullj dont to death in tiie house of BaiinieShaw No 117 fast Oue Hundred and Twenty- fifth strict with Jane-U ilbnr whose death cortifkdUj was b) Ur McGoiiegal, and who was interred iu the stranger1! ground at bt Mithui I s cemetery by Un dortakcr Mcrritt, was set at rest yesterday when an autopsy was held and tbe body oi the dead-girl was fully identified by Mrs, George Halllday Annie a slater, and ui her companion One More Lnfortuuata C lit Jllflt rj Conway Ti nkms n m lied the receiving vault m thetemeter) Ihe body lay in a poor, Btamod pine shell Beneath it WM the paK-hnurk cotton quilt in wrrtcli II was wrapped when Ijr McGouegul c-H-nleJ it in the silence of the night from Fanull Shaw's house to his gig Cover there wal none not an effort of any kind, even foi nc) nakc had been heart less Hretclus who bustled thlx one mart unfortunate to her Tiie fact once BO beautiful, was shock lug u> lack- up m It Bwnllen and as bUck as ebon) where, hen and there irtreclark blue spots to reudaj it still more hideous Ihe body wal scantily clad and plainly showed the hasty manner in which the undertaker prepared it for burial The Body Identified The autopsy Ur Conway announced that dearii was to pelvic septic pan touitis, and that there was evidence of m strUmental interference There no sign of disease iu the lungs or heart 01 brain Then came the saddest scene of all Along one of came two woman, one in a dark hat and jayket and iirk bliu dress the other m a stylishly mode, well fitting garment of spotted browu mater The one was Mrs George Halhday, the other Sadie Traphatfen With them was identify the body of the dead girl Mra. Halllday weeping bitterl) was supported np the knoll to the slab on which the body kilat blackened, swollen was enough Ihe living picture not effaced from the sister's hftart, and sht cned out Oh, it is she it is she1 It Is Annie! Oh Annie, Annie' What will my" fatbel "You fully identify asked the cor- oner "Oh, yes 563 yes, its sobbed the dead girl s sorrow stricken sister Recognized by a Companion. Then she w as led aw ay and Sadie Trap- hagen adv anced to look on the face of dead. Sadie, with her auburn hair c'u'e- full} arranged and her eyco bright, did not shed a tear, but she at once recognized on tW thniody of her dead comrade The Doctor Is M..... Sadie afterward told a reporter thM Annie acknowledged her condition to her and told her she had been to Dr McGoae- gal, and he had her to take a room Mrs Halllday said "Oo. 1 told Annie she would not come to a good end ri she did not take my ice, but I never thought it would be as bad an end as this. Tf the law does not avenge Annie I will myself, or somebody for me ihe body later on was remterred in grave 51, range 15, plot 1, of the strangers' corner Cornelius Merritt the undertaker, held m H 000 bail as a witness yesterday by Justice Power m Hut-lcm police court, and admitted his part in the affair Dr McGonegal s colored servant, William Davidson, acknowledged having fuulsted in the removal of the and was held in 500 as an accessor) after the fact doctor himself will not talk Tried to Kill the Print. PLYJIOUH, Pa, July recent trouble connected with the St Mary's Po- lish Catholic church culminated Wednes- day in an attempt on the life of the priest. BrtJohn Braddock called at the parsonage and requcbted an interview with the KeV Anthony bimonski He was conducted into the study where after a lengthy ar- gument, he produced a and threatened that if any money was de- manded of him for church purposes or that if he should be put out of the chn'ch for refusing to donate moncyr ho would kill the priest, and threateningly pointed the weapon at him Father Simonski quickly summoned aid, but the man os caped Later in the day Braddock was an bated, taken before Burgess Roberts and held until he could furnish sureties in the sum of Hie Head Shot Off. TEXVUKANA, Julj The body of Sam Btone, of m the adjoining county of Lnfajtttt Ark, with the head shot off, was brought here yesterday and buried Dr Chisholm Sam btone and a man named Cabmnes went to the saloon of Jake Stojie, a brother of Sam After drmkmg Lauinnes-tuld that "wished to see, htm mutely Ail four rvoufr to a back rooMi and there the three others drew oh ei H and bc-iun beating Chisholm with them 1 mall) the) let him go Going to his house tit obt uncd a shotgun and on his returning to the saloon met Sam Stone He fired. a-nipt-onf s he "1 completely shot from tiie >tvr Nwnitn OleniateB PORTLAND Me lulv H town of Sweden, founded by Swedes brought to this country by Hon W W Thomas, Jr the new mmiM r tf s rn 1 vi t tbcn Aboolutely rure. A oreim of turtrr baV Ing ponder, High Mt of all In leavening itrangth. TJ. 8. QOT- t Ankut iiciuig a.s t immiss tier i r u st t of Mtuiif cc If d IN twtiti t h aarv J s h> ;j; ;ni citizens iu the ifttrn n tin t u cuti cert in the cvtnii ut PHILADELPHIA, July 24 H r Goshorn left this city last for New orlc where he and ex Governor NlcCor mack wili meet the or! 1 s fair cornmit- and give their 'pi ns as to what should conntttute the powers and lnnittV- tions of thecxccutne committee fore leaving Gen Goshorn RHI 1 that he would not acoopt and ha4 f thf director generalship of the jliunbianex position Gen G JShorn 1 ihe jpm Ion that it two- mainly agricultural b cause foreign na Uoii8 must incur grt, it expanse to to Chicago at alt Flnanciilh 1m thought the Chicago fair would be ft success Oovernnr Sinter in-iaw Fiopes BOSTON July J4 V il from Narra gansett Pier says that C lw 1 ilut eed a very pretty young woman bister to ernor Spratfue s wife an J who had been visiting there, eljpfd with Howard S Laton tfljnn who had there about six weeks attending to some elcctri cal engineering Thecotiplt dr to Kings too, where thty were married In tbe Mr Clark the Baptist mm ster oa a mar ftge and that of the bride A r the caremonj they returne 1 to the p er Mrs Eaton mforme, 1 Mrs hpra0nc of the _GjlYernor ed Faron and knowing that tit brfdewas under a-ge and doubting t-Atju bemj? of age informed thf tlj it in-, m image was illegal as the cons nt of mwrdmns and parents had ti75t brt.ii oHt tint I the at t and fjiton at his pi ice Sprague IB to e the marriage aunuled on account of its A Mysterious Shooting CAMDFN, V J July S4 shooting occurred here laat Ihree pistol shots were m the lumber yard opposite Van Oner's funnturo n anufact- or) at Delaware avenue and Federal street A moment inter A wMl areised UIAII 4ljQ.tll "SO years old stngijtred ftcro-n -the htreet and fell on the steps of the sure lie stated that he ha I shot himself No clew could be obta ned to the mans identity last HP is evidentU a pei sc T of refine- ment His wounds will fatal Depew Mc( tt Gladstone LONDOX July -34 (ronriiid agent for tbe phnnopranh railed w ilh Mr Depew todiyon Mr Ciladstonr and presented tbe Grand   his Aineucan ad mirers Mr Depew addfd an eloquent tribute of hia own wherefrum thp siaiettuiaii may perhaps pnn in or itory, as the Prince of dies has ac- cordmg to bis own admisfalun withered inspiration for after dinner bpeeches from Mr Depew s book Sporting Notes from Jiuffalo. July 24 ihe Lne county club offers 500 for T i Blanche ind young Mitchell to here, since the Fr sco contest is probably off Ibis is a larger offer than was made by tbe Men s Gjmnastic Club, of New Orleans lack Dcmp-iy whoisuowin Jtnffilo an munces his willingness to meet led Prtich the huglish middle we gnt, before ie -lub for a purse A Telegiaph Company's Officers. RrvERJUNCTION July The following directors were chosen at the annual meeting of stockholders of tne Telegraph company OiLLti.T T Eckert, C A Tinker, H H Rochester of New 1 Koche and H C Sherman, of Boston R J Kin> uall, of West Itandolph, Vt and G W Smith and H E Tinker of White Rher Junction, Vt The directors elected Nor- vm Green president, T 1 kckert and C. 4. linker for the executue comnnttee, ind R. H Rochester secretaiy and treas- urer FataUttea at Duluth's Uegatta DUITH Mmn July the pi o   for sometime past been the mnnbers of that chinch Fiommesun ajipt uanui it looks as if the mm wtre onliliuM at all, and It is not nt all cert tun that tht) member1- nf tin f ithollc church The evils resulting from bnbltnal cosllve- are many and Herlonn; hut the npenf Mt IHE BEHRING SEA ROW. A Digest of the Correspondence Given to Confess JUMS1HI SVLISBLHY PUOIISTS. He Vehemently to the Seizure 0f British Seal I irates and Quote! fioit- deoU lyier and Ailnrus Iu of Volition in the DUpute "U ASHiv ION July official cor- IK y between the secrttary of state and the government concerning the Bthrmg hia controversy has been sub- mitted t) congress by the president. 3-hc letters of Sooretary Blame and the presi- dent are inerel) fonual The former states that the corresp mdeiice is still m progress Ihe correspondence transmitted Is from Aug 2, IHBy to July 19. Ihe first letter, is fr >in Mr EMwardeSt first secretary of theJBritiBh legation at Washington, to Mr BLuue m which the secretaire afaU Is Informed that repeated rumors have reached htr majesty's government that _cruisers have stopped. Bearcbed and even seized British vessels ta Behring sea outside ihe Uufee milo Hinit Mr Ldw ardes further states that the Maj- of balibbury desired him to ask that stringent instructions be sent lo United btatcs olliceru to preveut the possibility of such taking place Tn conclu- sion Mr Edwardesaajs Force Can but Hinder a Settlement. Tho Vnrqnlft of SdUsbury decree to wy that Sir Juliau will be preparra on bla retun to whlngton In the autumn to rtlR- the whole question and her majesty s goy- ernmeot w hb u> joint out to the United governineor LbuL u t an but be hia dered by any measures of force which mny be reported lo by UmtoJ Call Off Tour Cntterat In a letter to Mr Edwardes Mr Blame states that the Lnited States government desires to the umiur seUloU on a basis honorable to both nations Tn thii letter Mr Blame says that in the opmiou of the president the points at isaue be- tween thf two governments are capable of prompt adjustment on a basis hoiiorabl to both On Sept 12 Mr Edwardes again addressed a note to Secretary Blaine urg- ing an answer to the request that strmgeut be sent to Alaska to the probability of seizures of British stups in Behring sea He stated also that tha British government were earnestly infj tbe repl> of the bnited States on this subject as the recent reporui u{ seizures were ca iMDg much excitement, both in England and Canada. Heplyiag to this on Sept 14 btcretarj Blame said he iose'1 that Ldwardcs' mention of the that wouJd proceed to a full dwusaion of the question dfttr his arrival in October re- moved all necessity of a preliminary corre- bpondence touching ui IWiJB Lnjnst and Misleading; Referring more lo thp question of which you repeat the dfthire of your government for QQ fcm VT I honor to that a categorical response would have been and btui IB inii to Ibis government and miBleiidrnj; t the verumentof her It ww theref ie the judgment of the president that the whole sublet could more wisely be re. toandfd to the formal dUcUBSiou so near at baud which her majesty's government pro- posed d to which the government of thi Ijiilwid Stateo LAB Cordially auxjntwl I to add iliat any instructions sept to Behring sea ai the time of your original request upon Aug would have failed to rpjwtj thosi W u o the departure of of tbt United States Lord Sallebmj Protests. On Oct 2 a note from the Marquis ot Sahsburs to Mr Edwardes was handed to Sec re tan Blame In it ha says Ht-r mijebty government are fully sensible of yalue whj b trill attach 10 an international me nt in respect to It and her majesty g sentative will be furnished with tUe Biructiotig ID CAXO tbe becreiary of t-taw thould be willing to enter upon the discusbion Tn fttii ther note of the same date, from the marquis to Mr Edwardea and commu- nicated to_becretary Blaine, the Marquuof Salisbury referring to the seizures of tha Black Diamond and the Triumph main- tains thpt from affidavits and reports far- niahed by the governor general of Can these vessels were seized at a distance from far m excess of the limit of maritime jurisdiction which any nation could claim by intenmtional law In the casps of Caro- line, Onward and Thornton, seized in the summer of 1887, Secretary Bayard had communicated unofficially awmrance that no further seizures of this character should take place pending the discufwion of the questions InVotveu atiift Her majesty e government much regreti to find that this understanding had not boon carried forward Into the president year, and that inbtruc- tions hare been issued to cruisers of the United States to seise fintuh vessels flsfclngror soft's in Behring sea outside the limit of territorial waters. The grounds upon wbieh these violent measures have been taken have not boon tc her niajeb j n governmeut, and still remain un explained But in view of tbe unexpected re- the seizures of which her gov eminent have previously complaiued. It is mv dutj to protest against these and to state that in the opiujoo of ber majesty s government they are unqualified by international law Secretary Blaioe's DefeHser The next letter in the correspondence, and the first one from Mr. Blame to Sir Julian Pauncefote on the subject, is dated Jan 23 ItfK) In this letter the secretary defends tbe acts complained of by the Brit- ish following grounds That tho C vessels arreafed In the toa 1" punutit 11 Itself con ra bonos jjursmt which oi neceswity involves a serious and permanent in jury to rights of the government and the people oi the United states That the fisheries had boon In the undisturbed possession and under the exclusive control-o( Russia frc m thf Jr y until the cession ol Alaska to the United btatttt in and toat from thin date onvvard until 1880 they had aluo re- malnnd In the undisturbed possession of United States government That it IB a fact now hetd bnyond dental or doubt that- oC ReaJfl In tbe open sea rapidly lenrls tfl the extinction of the species ood that there fore nations not possessing tho territory upon whh.li eeale can_iucreRse their numbnra by natural gi ou th should refrain from the slaughter of thorn, iu the open SAO, fliiNBla s Ilightfl Are Uncle Sam's Rights, Mr Bliiine further maintained that the liw of the find the liberty which it con fers do not justify nets which are Informal in ttumMjIvts and winch inevitably lead to results against the mterestfl and against the welfare of mankn d, and he proceed! to justify tho forcible romstanco of the United States by the necessity of defending, not only t lieir own traditional and long established fights hut also the rights of good moruls and of good govern mente the worI4- ovor HA denlarea that while th i United will not withhold from nation the privileges which they was part of the Russian empire, they are not disposed to exercise in the possession acquired from Hunsia try leas power or Thou Bands liave been relieved of Indiges- tion and loss nf nppelllp bv a bottle of e thun wire willing t> owle to the iniM i ml u nmiLUt of Hussia when its so g tlie weert tin i i a mnttr proj us finui tl t 1 t 1 f, v i i m U i iup l I aitioii uf the sun L r un 1 I i ou the Ititida tu <1 in t ilt.ii jl which the SUM fi i n tu i conceded to K us 11 On i ct It llau Paumtfutt lit t tet u !o lufi rm him thut tl L were willing lit jam HiiHsm in rt newt d i i u ilium fu tlemt-tit of tiuv r-y A letttr from the Manjuii of writing under d ity m MiO f plj to t 1! i ne H It rui t IH also me u I Iu this thi n i pljlog to tlu h the 4 of tin (.iiluuliuti u justified f ibt fact that tlu i m K p nauit that ib iu iti bonus in rts stcUn ti uble Salisbury P tsuleiit 1 First whether the d I ID ert mi i a is uf tt o optu btu pyint of uf intt, 11 t ual m f i fenw; L i I u b s u i uu 1 E'- er if PU t b U ea t tUii fa  J t distinctly ItttiS Ij Ii U Miska UHVS I Ju IU um I iry, I r ti i i sbcoud u 1 u u i II L >s iluttly t offr ackri v. i aiid search a I on poea on to ha> tl i nation tune >f Uin the Hiifiia f MI liier I iv dv f T daieJ I-tb th j rlct r i -ingle ex an> -ftUl r u tin I f fur a tits u of iMfi. I ual is beeu tw very r hid any pretext yutaide il LP Jurisdiction the i urfiint of R ale m tlie opo whatever orLtiniotat has never pred p r ic> b} anv d stato N ir Uu u-d S uit, 1 f. nc e fnr i the kll ine of fur j iracv tl i Ian would Uiih tune jjatlfif 1 them p offeuseh against n la c H thp re s n cit QiLX L nU rial j mud t u f ih 1 1 nited itt-tbe ca of the ntavp trade a prn t j to de- as i_ u i iu al Ing hlch I j ta of lal in .ilf of Ihe [10 f 1 i.able her L. an i i efote UK u to wed awld his U> i( ithorren r of arresting l another country is xercisfd out) ternational aa 1 no CUUL Kl UWfd-lttnl J.( 1J 111 ill 1 Of ITl respect wh h Mr ii nut 1 urns on I United bUit s m tr 1 t seal hunt L, John Quint} Qa 1 ing to the alkged exclu> mon opoly of Uu'-M i I ;rd baliaburj saj1- AfU-r ItuMjta at ihe imtaute ot il H 1 s an Auittricau Fur con pan? claimed in -u tbe ur of commerce whaling an 1 Us n fr m BahrlDg straim to first e u rth luiltuie anli) t fnh pr hibitffl a i r f ves- B'-L-) frcni 1 in on tli LLUWU and l 1 waters. 1 it aloj j tu- Adams wr te aa ft I ws t the 1 it uter la HtKhU 11 luitxJ mit no pirt of c a HIP tin r gatl n ri ft IJ rff-ct and 1 BtAQt ei ti T tl L earl st tn Lh" wb e i x n f ih S tli 11 otily 10 th pi u the rnu r jui i i fidhing thu r i l i u tt Ing fur btJtn c ui in N i> "h v theLniud >-taiPs I Tl rs v r K exclusive j n f U pea LU r t r k L I L. f h hv I i te 1 S a sta   tbo proportion which would BUSJ nft what Lord Snhs TJtJfy dobcribtd TTY "tos-t ttte-wttutuw dtj- itructiou of a industry w Iu a later note he t! ut if it is impos Bible by legal action British ships from in this fiskmg-for a acoson the buiLL3_ government would be satisfied wit! a simple prtcla mation requesting a HI, t sion On June ii4 Mr Pauncefole, tif Tngthfrhtst-fUC' ttons given United si it to seize British sealers forw ir 1 1 Lord Salisbury's formal protest which iUs that the Brit- ish iiu amicable ad JiiblimjuL of the qu si i ut issue, but that it cannot admit tin right of the bnited States on Us uiotion to re strict the navigation of Behrmjf sea, and adds The undorsignel is in quenco instructed formally to pr itest ich Interference and to declare that her lit t i me mujost> 8 gt v ernmuit hold thi K of United btttl-es fur the consequencw trary to the efctabhst i 1 puciples of mtorna tional law A BrltUh i p ittltton ,ne 27 Mr Pi in fotft nfnr fisheries seaaon is there would be IH observance on Maktfs tho lives i f many people miserable, causing distress illur eating sour E( nmrli, iick lieadiche. lioirtlrarn, loss of appetite, a f alutj all gono Reling had coated tmifiiic md Irrogulirlty ot After not Rpt np" of ltstlf _ rcqiilrM pareful attintlnn, Eating; anlj a remtdy like d i Siminrllli which wts eently, yetclllrir nil) It tonci tho stormt Ii regulates tlio diges- tion, ereatei i p id ap Sick petite, tnnlilies licjdiplic, j u and refreiliei tlio mind I hivo been troubled with dyspepsia I had but llttlo aprxtito and whit I did eat dHtressed mo, or did mo nearr- ontlnR t DUrn wmildlnvn afaiit nr tin d all gone feeling, as though I bad n t eaten anything My troiil lo aggrnvated liy my builneRfl painting last sprint; I saparllh, which (111 mo an Stomach Immense amount tf gn d It tno an 'niipetlle, and my d relished nnd sitlsnrd tho craving I had irnlonsly experienced" GKOBOB A TAOK atortown, Mass Hood's Sarsaparilla SoMbj all rtrngftlitu 81 Propurod only bj C I HOOD CO Apothecaries IOO Doses One Dollar u it) lii it h t c ist ami tl li i f i t t tl I i t i t II mj tu Hilt BntiMi Till ji s in tin, ai i m 11 V f i i IL rt ct 11 HI H it a Ju i. xt u lv> i i t i i i I K i 1 -.ui u ilt tail ii i s- t tl 1 i i> H i r Itlg till i Uu, 1 tl tl l I L 14- 1 fi is ui itntillv l ikt i j tt it in l r I he (insin. I tie! t (In n il i i i iUi Hail r il> 1 i la i i it Mr U tn I'aini 1 i L ii li-  a fall of c ml at the Florence collier? in PitUton Plebot sr la-borur v, is kilUd Patrick Kttfe n miner vyhich mav rtsull in his dt it 1 oi t n wit-. f tmlle Long the African Ion r ih in I at rown Point N t M M 11 ic a Haiumond Hie att irm of New Jersey haa decukd th it tlie elocti HI of Sept 30 uu constitiitu n il amendmmt mu-st be con ducted b> the ehcti n uflictrs alrcadj 10 oflice and irrf M (if the requirements of the ballot reform law Cornelius and Charles A Oicott were hela bj Judge Hopper nt Paterson N J to answer to A charge f assault uud bat- terv upon the latter a w ife Secretary Blame made his first Mait to the H iltimt re at Jiar Julj Ai jm] rer enHfl a uf M vtntotn Alfred L Curtiss a R ilesman and tollutnr for i cigir mnnufac tunr in N is arrested at chariot d em f 1 frc in Ins Ihe Chicago stock jards sjndicate haa nexotmtions for the purrhaae of tl., National btock jards at St Louis, the lui m M n.k jm Is at Joseph, Mo th ttrdsat C ity and it looki as though tlie sj u licate is to be the most gigantic corporation In America, Book ind Job Printing done at the TicflTOH offico. Presents in the n 1 AXAT1VE AND NUTRITIOUS JUICE FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Ccnvbvned with the medicinal urtues of phnts known to be most beneficial to the human sjbtem, forming an agreeable and effective laxative to peiuia- nentlj cure Habitual Consti- pation and the many ills de- pending on a weak or inactive :ondition of UIP BOWELS. It js tJ most excelltnt remedy known to UHNSE THE SYSTEM EfFECTUALLY Vt hen one is Bilious or ConstLpatcd O-TH AT PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP, HEALTH ana STRENGTH NATUKAU.Y FOLLOW Ex crj one is using it and all are delighted with it ASK YOUR ORUQOIST FOR I'll C I A MANUFACTUnED ONUY BV CALIFORNIA HG SYKUP CO FRAHCISCO, CAL. KY new row N Latest-Novelties IN LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S Sly lisfi Parasols At almost First Cost Prices, along frith new arrival of aHatytoHSun UmbroUas for he but wuaLliei, one of which Ban Umbrel- las every lady should have Also a new arrival of new Emtroiderfes and FlonncmtTR of tho vory finest material and workmanship at such prlcoi aa are below any thing ever hoard of Again, wo havo recoived another big lot of those boautif il hildron s Hata and for the saloof which wo have such a wide reputation as thn Go to Wallii for a Child s Hat and it will look twice RB handsome agalu just on ao- cotint of the Htylish hat I Just roceivcd throo casea more of our muun Faat Cotoi liminji mniij NOT oltles for tho vacation time i f OPPOSITE CITY HALL. N B Onr goods Torj bMI. UNLIKE TEA COFFEE-GOOD FOR THE NERVES. Hit claims of (ocoi as a iibtful article of diet are steadily winning MI I niik ti i and tuffee it is not only a stitmil int but i n un sin t, in 1 it has the great advantage of having no imc U tit us Iknct. it is adapted to general use The stiuug may t ike it with pleasure, dad the weak with impunity VAN h 1 1 N'sC "BEST GOES FARTHEST." TujriuoJ lenTei no Injnrlom effucti on J n rY i u ItiMn I 1 t f r t at u all pftrU of tha world this I i IL a i.tutiirarnUea m. clli il mrn In.ccud of teik and coffee othei cocvi" urcliuculiitt-v lur sillily fo> ctilldrvn or uad Tills MAN Bought hi> pmnta of the AMERICAN AND TAILOKTNG OO., would not il how mnck wlsd whittled thiongh tht BE8I IAILOR-MADE At much i-iii prfc Oni g. t ItMlin loil-y u. SAMPLE OVRROOAm fk IM9L worth (13, .nd ..d ou R HU< wcrth for fui Okildrta't KIM nita .nd OLOTHINS IO irjtb, ml right Along to A M 11 M i f A No. 8 DONE IN FIRST-CLASS MANNER. AMD AI SHORl NO I ICE AND FAIR PRICES, AT THt Trenton Timcb J O il l Minting )cpartmcnt WASHINGTON MARKET BUILDING, Corner of Front and South Kroad Strcctaj The largest variety of '-UPEIWINF M CHOCOLATES guaranteed to betlic flnest made In the U 8 will bo found ut ANGKT.O CAMERA'S Fine Confectionery Store, 2CB SO u JL M A 3 TRENTON N J Fancy Fruits, Hoda Ice Crnum Hilda" I pinnn idi vajfionhaud und th  hsl H R bo rrom attendtil to PATBON1ZH HOME INDUSTRY AND BUY THE Trenton Watch The raost reliable wakli for Ihe money Call and nee tbo lurgo assortment at Tl.T.. KICK Hi Y'3, THE HKLIAIU.K .IKWKI.fcK. 120 Perry Street Opposite rlnlty M H Ohuion TlUNION N I Jill) 1-ilh IU) ri'Ilh OI III HI BY I (jlvt H i (it H t 111 il dup 1 11 ti u N rlpt of pprnnnal t s ol HI lls-sl u in rp malning unptll ti IH I 11 i i r I ui 1 I tho altove are nol nql 1 HI t II nun s of the dellnqiif i IN will IH ill Mint I h r moreof Hit lillj IH Inn t )r Inn t nt h a resolution J I ounnon (.Min il Julj lilt IKHfl niiiiHli Riso'leil I hat (Iin KiriK r of I n s I o and IR In M I I In u 1 t deli llml ironinlb urn lo publlcallon will lit nuuli In two nt trit 01 tills Clti K (IVI HTOV [I'rs fee Hpuminf IHXPS OF TEKNTON. NOTICE OF INTT5NHON Pursuant to a resolntlon bj mou Coancil July 15th, notfoe Is givtnof of Common ConnJl tn altet the grade, of 1 amberton jtreet la acco'dtDce with the plans and profile pt4 pared by C C Haven City Suivevor, dfttoi July 1st 1SSO, and DOW on file in bla Such pertons objecting to uid change of grade are re queaied to appear teforatoQft- ci! at their U> bo hold on evening, August 5th nnt at 8 o'clock an) be t card for themaelveH or by con the enbjeot cnmes ap for coi sideration. By order of the Common Coancil. Dated July 17th, 1800 J NO. C OWENS, City olerk. [Pr't foco. 60J 7-17 IS The Real Estate, Safe Deposit, Trust and TBKNTON, N. 3 Transacts a general banking basin- Allows interest on deposits, subject to chcok at Bight Eents boxes of various slica In tu fin bnrglar proof vattlto, the renter keeping the key Acta as agent for collecting rente fdr pnrchaso or sale of real estate Fiecntos traita of every defiurlptiou, Eiocnkii, Administrator, OnardUn, READ THE TRFNTON _ _ _ Loans money on mortgage "id on col- lateral AganU for Cheque Bank of London, Cheques for sale, good in all of world. HUGH H. HAMILL, President HKNBV S Lu H.E, Vice President. ASA F SKI EM Secretary BABKKB UTTMBBK I W Ii 'i AM Q MOOBE, Cashier. DIBXCTOB8. Hngh H T N Barker Gimmare, Han; Bark r Onmmero, Jr, Jamas Wash's A Eoehling, Owen U H 8 Little, L B Rladon, 8 Meredith Dickinson, J R. fteklll, Cook, Edmnnd 0 Hill, Yard. Albert Clayl READ THK or   

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