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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOL. VIII. NO. 2380. L'KKNTON, rllUBSDAY AUTKKNOON, JULY Ml. 1890. TWO CKNTB SENECA FALLS AFLAME. The Loss Will Reach One Mill- ion of Dollars. 01 BlILWIMiS IN ASHES. TUB Hie That Devastated a Thriving City In Empire State Only S100000 Insiirame Fifty In Suioke SV.HUI-I N Jul> J1 -Ihethrivmg Milage of Senna I ills the chief town of Seneca count) is v isiu.il by a moat dis- astrous (i nil Wednesday and the aggregate lossis will foot up about 000, 000 Ihe lire stirted in thi Pew building, against the end ion of which three or four j ears ago an euuest protest v, as made on the ground that it was a fire trap and such it proved itse.f In lesii than fifteen min- utes the entire Pcvv block was one mnsa of flames 1 he 1 re q uckly spread to the ad jacenttniMlugS and beToietBe afi the fire department seven stores werecom- pletelv cuv elope 1 bv the II lines and the Uecame u i 1 l 11 against th n h t N II I out and smith mil dial t under the w he Is Anotbtr Vtl well kll jwn aitn pi hie tin 1 r i 1 un fcfitlO Miss Hall s ivs si i photo 'raplis HI islu H and stuck the [iHi i i wbih making tin h u to costume She fui, I but s >in letuined n cath ill th t the il i 1 at MI for _, i ler) irt tlu it dtcss vl III (l II I I i) i i i II U irilf-i 1 II him I ill u i iu li tr} fioui Ctll BltllX I 1 II I Quick a builuer s that nn inn Ie in i fion on i oml ti n i li u l and Like ch u then, W m t mine t t England tlnce jcirs ig THE WICKED TWIN CITIES Suporlntemlt-ut Purlei SI I mil imd AllnneapollH Mint Knounted Jul> il S nator 1) IMI- f vvjiu lids. been njji seining the Into est of Paul in tlic ci IISIIM niro is again it the c nsiis olli c an 1 verKJ ter lire was bi v olid huiiirin control rho flre- meu responded q uckly and worked nobly, but foi i time it In ked as If their efforts would be unavailing The IJurned District. T hi re was qu te a strong breeze blowing from the southwest and the flames sjon leapt 1 the Hod.; house and the Opera house bl M k About 3 p m the firemen obtained control of the fire but not until tin flames had Inked upeverj inflammable tiling in that district Ihe burned braid- ings VM r< the ban Isomest in the village and uiUucU.d.tlie.-P!  M Hall's ugar manufactcrj and Kellogg's livery (.table t, LHpless The Empire State Telephone office was entirely cleflned out together with the Western Union Telegraph-office During the of the fire a member of steam er company No J was knocked down by fl nosepipe and his leg was broken me origin of the fire is unknown Allmnv Will Not Protest. ALBANY lul} M special meet- ing of the Bo ml of 1 ride of this city re- lused by a huge %ote a proposition that a committee of one be appointed to visit Washington together with similar dele- gations from Boston, Buttalo 8o4 GHwrgn for the purpou; of -urging on our represent itues the necessity of mai- ing such altei itinn in the barley clause of the McKmlij tariff bill as shall afford rea- sonable pi ote  tola) will hive ID Itttei su s, Mr Porter said ti lav th it ti ncjint woull posit take p i i m 1 J h Nt l'iul   beautiful whlta Bqnailron insisting of the Chicago, At- lanta and lioston, is at anchor In the Hud sou riser after a nine months' absence from the L niteil States and a cruise of 17000 niihs Ihe squadron when it left thin 11 rt on Nov 18 1889, consisted of four vessels the Chicago, Atlanta Boston and Ihe lorktowns machinery was deranged and she was ordered home in May 1 he Chicago is the biggest handsomest but not the fastest, of the three cttuscjjt _She Is of the and on her Admiral Walker tiM his h'rtli) nrteis The admiral says hB has seen much more arduous service than on the cruise from which he has just re- turned Arttuljul Wslfcer Tolkt. e had a most harmonious and, I think, successful he said We have in- spired the ii it ions of Europe with the be- lief that we are not altogether a back num- ber as a m irme power and we have deuiou- strated that our cruisers, although they cannot be compared with many of the cruisers abroad are for their 8i7e splendid sea boats and can makS prellj good time "I cannot speak too highly of thehospit- SblcTand friendly wayiu which wo viem trtatfd bj thernghsh French and Span- ish people e were recognized as the representatives of a rich and powerful country and every facility was extended to us to inspect the ships of those nations in whose ports our squadron stopped We examined all the big and little ships of luglanl'lidii spnm and Italy and the result of oia ol s ations is the conviction that the Lrited states is a good way be- hind m the naval procession Ihe navy of Enfclau 1 and the navy of France are magnificent The Navies of Europe. The French ships are kept in excellent condition and the discipline is admirable. I saw their latest cruisers, some of which are not unlike the Chicago m general ap- pearance b it the) are able to steam more than nine en knots per hour, while OUT THE BASEBALL WORLD At Buffalo Buftal. 001 Leugue 00 1409-5 Buftilo 8 Phllalflll a BurTill) 7 Itilul UalU-r Hadil ek micj Ma k Knell and Hal At Utm 008000 Bo.loti 10000 Bi.su hlls Uavfluml 9 m d 1 U bin li Batteries I ButclUTf Kil iliiif and buiill) All 1 e u. 0 1 0 0 J 0 1 0 0 0 1 I I c-ii, H Br ohl> II klji ll UK and KlllhloH 0 0 0- J t, 0- 4 t rrun 1 B IMI ttud I till Br Ilu-e C 1 i t tarred AC lltlsl; New lurk IMUtmri, S 0 4 K and ooooo 888101 1 Hlsbuii, l> Nevi T n puu.biu Batt- 1 eld u J b u id game Flit burn OOOOO NCK ik 3430 Base h Ik I Ittsl ore 1- Puubiri, Now ik U Battir Fiel 1" Craue und L luh National I eufflle 1 I Bro kljn rn. viail 1 ir ry liTiii aut 0 tr-V-1 0 a 0 Lnuk! 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I S I t 11 H i L as i K ,wm I oth 1 >i n fv i uuigriier f tushburu uh M s-, tin kmaii how to as seuud with cramp and V K 1 n n Mm ii ii ie I f tl) I 'k v ountr> and vv h h is I he 1 l s( 1 I oad In that c ipaeiu It ll: ve vi ars w as sti u 1 1 v the. n ss at Hi i If i I Iu' 'i a illrd H dl I u lhl llg an 1 stel 1 e 1 ft( in his em u tiont of the tr u jlneer Killed I -JohT H Mull, nglneers In the I by ttsburg call 1 Lst twpnt} mtted ex 1 instantly i i 1 com tie 1 rutly The Mtti.il itfi Oil Out of 1 Ittsburg I'll IM I l lulj U 1 he nixt si ries gillnts si I i Itilul at l'itt-1 uig twien the Jittsbur, Nati nil Huue club and the I n un it 1 1 1 Imago Nation ll I e II.IH ilubs have been transferred to .he lattei nil aa tl e ca is Poor p itiouaire is given 0 II 0 000 Tc Bitte 1 0- 6 0 7 r rr rs I s ami 0 1 1 x- G 1 n rs Syrac 11 L 0 K urkf fU SP At New Bro Dolumt us Bass In s 1 Uv Brooklvn I Do) Ie f ail 1 i B ai 1 Us 10301 n S 2 1 s linn' I all i c um r IWUI Absolutely Pure. A crentn of baling powder. of in livening ilnngth. U. otl, kvgiM 17, Hlg Conliei !i r f mrvt irs wefein t 1 issui to tl e I'l nit i i Mum e npltlVlini il 1 elope eompHii) ot Hirtfud, I Jim Ihe id of these (Oinp mies la edfjn the num irof envelopes an 1 wr q p s dur g -the 1 LSI year ,im untrd t, be- g Ss> less tliim tl e i -i it uirrispolid numbers in 1 km 's at tin [in i s in tne nseut contract nnde in ISM) With an llovvance of an annual mere ise. of 12 per ent in the qumtltiis tt 1 re mired the urn in cost for tin f ur j cars of the onti-itt term will imoiint to over 54 (WO omp ml with L inn i st itis is bv far tin 1 inner c f-M imped tnvn ps f anv nation iithcvvoril ird i f jiw Oiin OUU having teen ealle 1 foi during thi ist jear Fapenn ikt rs Meet SV.P N lillv 1 Tile twelfth annual i ouvention of the in P ipi r makers assouition w is held it the drm 1 moil hotel Presilint of jiringfleld Mass The eom nittee on mcreised faeiliti s for the ex mit tmdo appoint' r re[ ntirl through the II )ii irmi Millt i th it eon it its present session would mi Ic nbt edlj pass a subsidy or bounl> law thdt would greatlj increase shipping facilities etc Ihe committee on uuduv iln Uiong on imports of paper m ide a report that owing to the p issage of new customs regu ationsbythe present longiess no further action In the premises was neccssnrj Ihe 'ollowmg named genth men weie elected ofBcefs Of the association for tho ensuing jetr lion W illiam A Russell of Boston, Miss presidint, Osiar S diet nh af ot leld Mass tiecsurcr 1 Barker, of Boston, Mass seeretai} I light Ii Sorry NtvvIlVM-N ,Iul) 31 Sanin 1A Flight, of Hamdi i ciuarnled with one of his Held hands and struck him several blows and discharged him Ihe laborer told Flight, Mint he vv mid m-iivc him sorry that ho had struck him Vn hour later i light sjiewjjaru, 40 bj TO fiet, WAS m flames It burned to the gionncl with worth of hay, vvoitb of wheat, severil sleighs WIL.OIIS etc 1 lie burn waponlj completed n few wu ks RL.O and cost f2 I he total loss is Flight secured officers to si ir h for the Taun hand Tin? Tie bus not yet IK en Caught Ihrep fatal Attidtnt" Nrvv YoiiK, Till) 11 Velum Dirnhiimoi a I.e-nnan, jcaia old, was killed hj n rapid trans t triln in the (It f t vard at famaicii L I Stephen Si h me i I years old, a flagman on the Longlslm limlroad, struck bj a tram on tin rond in Pi )ok and fatally injured Pitmk I' gors nged in was dioHnul while bulling in Little Neek baj ill N.n ltll.ll Jnlv 11 M ittl i vv a carpenter whilt it i ime by the bi at ml 'lit I in a fi vv nnnilles i Iu wroud cast w i Ib it of Mit lia 1 O pi i- aged a Hus um who li ppt diad in the do >r v s I n Atlantic Abbocliiti 11 i KToT-wrl uBttm Ilaven 6 Base hils Wu hi gt n J N II >-n 3 shiiiKl.on 6 Ntw H Bitl r- Dai icl ai 11 d 11" D mi an 1 At 1 liar f 2 Base hits w Immet u Hart I bnors Wilmington Harlford 3 F tcrleh Ander sou an 1 f r oran St ub ai 1 M tl u 3 1 Bwc hits Hirnsl n 5 Fimr, NPI- i Harrlsburg 0 I) TICS beracl a I Chllds Lux and Ihe European navies are ahead of us in many things 1hey have a system of elec trie lifeht squadron signals which makes it possible foi a fleet to receive, answer and obey orders with wonderful quickness All the orders at night are made by three red and three white lights set perpendlcu Thi lights are flashed by an opera- tor at a kc b mrd placed out of the reach of danger Of course three red and three s s, pptihlc of many com tnnatnus jnd any order may be conveyed by them Big Battle Shlpi. I waa much pleased with the heavy battk ships It is foolish to nay they are too cumberstone to be of service as fighting si l- si7p anitonnage are necessary f jr battle ships Congress might as well ask us to pull ourseWes up by our LOST as to make first class armored FOURTEEN" WtKL LUb I battle ships out of craft whose tonnage is limited to b 000 and draught to seventeen feet I be Italian gov ernment hasn't made a mistake in building the Italia, Lepanto and Dtiillo Thi "f fnpt. .Howell. 1 Concerning the, episode mth Capt How ill, muelrTEat has been said about It has been quite untrue Capt Howell 18 in command of his ship, and is, as he always was one of the most efficient officers in the serv ice 1 he t ilk about a court of inquiry la all rublii.lt llrrn will be ancT there is no ueed for one tlced that there was considerable careless ness about the Atlanta, commanded by Capt Howell The purpose of the expeidi tion was to make the crews as efficient as it was humanly possible to do I called Capt Howell s attention to the trouble and he said he would remedy it I had occa sion to once again remonstrate with the captain and then came the crowning dlffl- 0 1 r-13 Priors I li} and .wiipd While Milling ii- Y 31-Harry "Van KucKll 13 vvas drowned here while lislm L, It is supposed that he was sunstru k H I fill from the wharf His bodj ha-) Belief Work at Lawrence Mass Julj distri- bution of I u nils tur tlu relief of the BUffLrcre his commenced several lamtHM ijf trmpiTimh- limmed Tho mtlitU have been relieved from duty and loeiihtv is i. lar h 1 only by a detail of police 1 wi Iv e thous uid dollars has boon hofar raisul h re an 1 tlie committee lee l-htnieci sity of t ailing for Hmmnllftte from other eints I iwrenee has always been ojit n luirtid m similar eases and thinks she can lairlj ask tor succor at this Lime Ihe Scind Jiaptwt church raisid for I) diou Lutler, whose huiue vviu rium 1 killed, Iheh melt ss are bi "g eonifortablj plo videi lortemporinh (onnettieut lachtamen OtTended Conn .lulv Cedar Point luht elub sailed its second of the season eduesdaj Ihe Rival of Greenwich won m the tiist class, the tern, of Bridge-pint in the second, and the Hival, otsmguuek m the third Ihe Newport hejejaa their annual cruise had Wtfan inviution to participate m the regatta but the entire squulroiiof thirtj ewsels sailed eastward just as the start was to be made leason for this action is unknown but Led ir Point aebt elub people regard it as an atliont espeuall} as thej had benu it sjine puns to entutaiu its guests Ihe ja ItsmeiiKive H hip lest night at the 11 ti 1 stunk} m Illj; (.tin Dons HH Jacket, N lulv 31 the gun f u t rv ol the uei v lie t arseiu 1 the work ot p i uku i n the gun n >w being i n ruuel his In i n si accom plished un ler tin diieclun it 9apt Biuff Nine m nths will be rifiuirtsl to complpte tin e i ml the w III ll eomplclil w 11 wfuli hft} two toils have a range of ten r t e mil s an i be a We to hurl I tile t 1 lino i im Is Oalebrated Spring o on "ale IIMTi-ri, Seven More H iv at I m BAITIMOUE Julj ji crowd of husy se in 1 i irons and hooks were m tut uf M nl on the river for hotln s bodies were recov en d Been Retoveied re Vll day long a with grapplmu' .lung the watt rs dli- Mi r victims vevin Ihej are Hircv Kopp, Lena 1 ill tinggs, Ruth Mrs S pliu 1 if Mrs Li Grenzer Ihe bodies weu in a badly decomp i el idition and pn 'II1 ince Tllt of the faees and othtr i of Ihuir budi s had been n 11 i ihs. llnvvven recognized mamlj Iv ineir cTothes ami jewelry It now seems tTi u tl total milliner of persons who lost their es by the disaster is fourteen In nil lit to those known or supposed to h iv li n drowned and killed itisprohilh tl it death will soon claim two other viLtim IB IIAn mis MAN Bought r-nta.f (ht AMFRTCAN OLOTUlNfl AND TAHX3RING 00, would not h.T. how mno> wild whiitltd thioagh hig bdlt, clothl-g tht >-d Ckildun wllk btSl TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING At math pncw Oui gmi 8AMPI.R OVERCOATS far worth our SAMPLE SUlllS, wtrtk fU for (9.09. Smta OROFR. Ramimbn, C4nmlij to dt-1 wi'k, >-d MADE TO ll hOOM Ik right along to lATSf Ho. 8 lut SUte, Cor. OF DONE IN A FIRST-CLASS MANNER, AND AI SHORT HOTICE AND FAIR PMCFS, AT Trenton "I troubled with with catarrh for over two years I tried various remedies nnd wan treawd by ft number of phyfllclans hut re- ceived no oeneflt until I beKBn to take Aver n Barnftoarllla. A few bottles of thin medicine on.ed H. Boggn, Holman'i Hills, K.O, -uitr Capt. Howell's Sospenslon. "It was while at Toulon, where we expected to be on our best behavior TV e were executing an evolution and the At- lanta did not alone fail to perform it prop- erly, but practically ruined the effective- ness of the whole movement At the con- clusion of the evolutions Jf suspended Capt Hovv ell He wrote to the navy department seeking rep iration The letters and papers in this appeal were sent b> him to me and without a word of ooniT" T sent them to Washing ton The authontiis there replied to Capt Howell saving that upon his own presen tutioB of tin. circiimaUnces of the case I had acted within my authority I reinstated Capt Howell In command of the Atlanta an 1 he has since then proved himself to be again what he certainly al wajs was except on the occasions 1 men tion, an admirable commander There is no probability of a court of inquiry being ftppolnwd, ss satdr honwiao the department is already acquainted with the circumstances of the case upon Capt Howell s st Ite ment Three of the men on the squadron died during the trip Belle Billon" wins LOVDOV, July 31 llm trial of the action for divorce brought by V scount Dunlo against Ins wife, who previous to her mar nage was a singer in the London music halls known as Belle ID which Wprthheimer was named as co- Trspondmt has ended A verdict for the defendant waaiendercd 1 he court granted the cost the action- against Viscou-nt Dunlo A v ast crowd gathered about the couit house awaiting the verdict, and when Lady Dunlo made her appearance after the verdict wits announced she was greeted with loud cheirs Dunlmr Widows Bring Salt. UNIOMOVVV Pa July 11 three wi tows nmved in town Wednes- daj anelentirt.il suits against the Dunbar lurnaie c unpanv for damages for the death of thi ir husbands in the Hill Farm mine 1 he amount of damages claimed la not known but will bo uniform Swopt to Tlulr Death VII-NSA till) 31 country hns been inundated by the river which bus overflowed its banks. Many lions s nkii< the line of tho river have been swt pt away and the occupanta drovvnid 1 he railway station at Bischof- schofen is Moo led Ayer'n Cathartic Pills nrc recommended by tho bent physicians, becnane they are free from dilorapland otherlnjurlons composed of pnreh vegetable While thorough in their action they ntlmn late and strengthen the bowels and secretory at the point of deith aDandoned Ibesi wil fatalities to A Big thu i CHICvGO Julv n 1 vho are now Ij me, hope having been I jwcll the hot cf started about o'clock last 'lie lumber jar Is Just north of the river Fanntd bv i 1 rapidly, ovti before it was sub hi 1 exceed fJOO.OOO t yards and Iit7simn i ing companj are am i The fire de itrojul i i freight cais belongiiu Railroad eompanv I i 1 hundred fee t of d ji ks li of the Chicag i v it sprt id i arlj fortj acres Ihe total loss will i Co s lumbi r t ornell s Uredg i lie heav list loners 1 1- "W rth "f the Noithvvesttrn v burned sevn d orched and dam Times J 6 1 Minting WASHINGTON MARKET BUILDING, Corner of Front and South nroad Streets. aged several vessils h 114 in the light house slip and bi 11} damaged tin light house Three Persons Drowned Mid lulj dull lake resort a sailboat t ntainmg euht peo pto-c-apsieed, fwvwi uin-ic-suied, but ,Mrs Roswell Strong of II mer aged Jt viars was drowned Mum 'uly 11 I wis TNashburn alcniliiu ivilennineei of th s city was drownod al Lake Miumliiiki Sure It you have made up your mind to buy Hood's Sanaparllla do uot bo Induced to Uko any otner. ABostl n 11 "huso ex inij Iu is worthy Imitation, ti Hi IIT experience below Intone store win rp 1 wont to buy He c d Sarsaparllla the clerk tried to Induce me bnj their own Instead of Hindi, hetoldim tlie-lr i would last longer, tint I might take It mi ten Both tho methml ami results -when S) rup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the and acts gently yet on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the tem effectually, dispels colds, head- aches and and cures habitual constipation. 6) rup of Figa is the only remedy of its kind ever pro dticed, pleasing to the taste and UL- ceptahle to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeahle substances, ita many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular reined) known. of Figa is for sale in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading drug gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro- cure it promptly any one who wishes to try it. Do nyt accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAH FRANCISCO CKL LOUISVILLE, KI HEW YORK, f. Latest Novelties LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S The largest varletv of MUrtKFINP CRf AM CHOI guarantied to uethe finest niadelntluL will H founu ill CAMERA'S Fine Confectionery Store, TRKNTON N J Fancy fruits Ice f ream, Soila W atpr, Ice Cream Miida" Mllh Shaken 1 emnniidt alwavson liauil an 1 tin 1 eat that can bi hiul and made llnsean I rloes n nvenl ent lor all T AT RAM U ROBlli J urDEGKOVM Froj-rlston PA.TPOU1ZH HOME INDUSTRY AND Bl T THE 10 Get days' trial, that If 1 did not like It I need m t pay anything, etc But he could not prcv nl on me to change I told him I had liken Hood's Sarsaparllla know whit It was vv is satisfied with It, and Jiil not want any other When I begin tiklnn Hood i Sarsiparill i I was feeling rcil miserable with and so weak that at times I could hardly Ilookeit llku it-person4n rousiimp- tion Hood's Sarsiparilla did mo so nun h good that I wonder at myself and my friends froqurntly speik of IL M ns ELI i A. Oorr, 61 Torrico Street, noston Trenton Watch. Th6 uiOkt icllablo vvutcli for tho mou' y C all and see the large assortmi nt at TBK BBLlABltE ilBWKI BR, 120 Perry Street, Opposite Trinity M B Churoh (IFFICKOF RFCFIVKH OF TAXK1! IHKNroN N J July 15th 1300 1 Stylish P oaparilla Boldby fcll drttKKl'ta 01 III for ft Prapured nnly 0 I HOOD CO Apolhootrlei, Lowell, Mao IOO Doses One Dollar At almost First Cost Prices, along With f now arrival of all styles 8nn Umbrellas for tho hot weather, one of which Snn Umbrel- las every lady should have Also a new arrival of new Embroideries and FlouncmKB of tho very finest material and workmanship, at such prices as are below anything over heard of Apam, we have received another big lot of those beautiful Children's Hats and Caps, for the sale of which wo havo such a wide reputation as this Go to for a Child's Hat and It will look twice as handsome again on ac- count of tho stylish hat I JuBt received throe ea'jes more of onr famous Fast Color Hosiery and many Nov cities for the vacation time W OPPOSITE CITY HALL. N B Onr goods are positively very bMt. riillr RbCHVEK Or" TAXI s( HHtHtY 1 gives notice that dup li ate trans rlpt of personal tuxes of 18S8 and 1H81) and now re malnlng unpaid him binn prepared and ll the above are not paltl at once the names of the delinquents Will be imbllshe I til two or more of the dally papers Iu accordance wl h a resolution pahnod t ommon louuoll July 1st, 1800 namely Reso'wd, Ihattbn laita he and Is hereby It d to notify dclln nienU that unleRH pav men art' promptly made publication will be made In two newspapers WH.1...W Kr0VFRTOS, [Pr H feo Jfi hO] Receiver of Taxes READ THE THENTON pixy OF TRFNION NOTICE OF INTENTION Pursnant to a resolution passed by Com- mon Council Joly 15th, notice is hereby Z4VW1 of of ooHnoa Comifll to alter the grade of I amberton streel In -11 wi t h the plans and profile pre- pared by C C Haven City vevor, dated July 1st, 1890, now on file in Ins eifiea 9ach peri-ons objecting to said thange grade are requested to appear i efore onn- cil at their mooting to be held on Tuesday evening, August 5th next atHoclock and be heard for themselves or by cou sel, when the subject comes up for coi sideratton By order of the Common Coancil. Dated Jnly 17th, 1880 JNO C OWFNS, City elerk 19 60] 7-17 15 The Real Estate, Safe Deposit, Trust and Investment Co., sa.-nd.ae w- TRENTON, N J a general banking bnsmesa Allowa Intcinat on deposits subject to chock at sight Rente boxes of variona sices m its fire and bnrglar proof vanlts, the renter exclusively AcU u agent for collecting rents aid for pnrchaoo or sale of real estate RTeonten trnnta of every description, aa Administrator, tee, etc Loans money on mortgage and on eol- lateral. Agents for Cheqne Bank of Cheqaea for tale, good m all parts of world. HnoH H. HAMIT r, President.__ H irt BY 8 I T-I i LI, Vioa President ABA F SK.IBK, Secretary BABKKB ODMKEE .IE Troaanror W n HAM O MooRI, Caahior Haghfi Hamlll, T N Adams, Barker Gnmmere, Harry Gummere, Jr, Jamee Bnchauaa, Wash'n A Roebllng, Owen U H a Little, L B Eisdon 8. Meiedlth Dickinson, J B. Gaskill, Grant Cook, Edmund C Hill, WllU'm g Yard. Albert l.'layton THE TIMKS. TIMFK AND PROSPER I I ING ''i''' or tytRY CONE AT SHORT NOTICI, IN FIRS1 ClAiS STYLE AT REASONABLE PRICEB 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 L It I NT oil   

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