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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey VOL. VIII. NO. I'KKNTON, 8AIUKDAY AUGUST v. 1890. AlRAITOR'STRAGICEND. Rivas, the Aztec Giant of Sal- vador, Shot Down. HISIKHSDN (JIUkI HU Cuofeclti ilt H tzuta a Sol lit i lu the Stic (.HI i limited by Geii n Hundreds Nbut Dowu Uu in One of the in Jailor i P LA LIHH i u Hhas 111 against pirn i i il defeated l nlaj 1 troops uinltr i L escttpul fr in u i t waa puihin 1 11 1 u i i i miles (jutbidt, tin t> WM si t in 1 1 ii Johtj Maria Jn Imim m s Unt rveta, was tht merit i I Rivas i il last night but ir, 11 i iiboner a few I his morning he ip-jtj waa ex THE EARTHENAWARE SCHEDULE Senate i It i l Maki H n t 1 U Shot Dead The capi- n t-Hiid fenrle nf pnpnUr i [j il i f> Inn Jose Maria lie w i- e, riui uf tip state of Cii7callun K is am is 4 (XX) strong Ever) n ldn r is tu and a fatalist They hate the n ill is If Rivas had been supphe 1 uitn in nkets he could lead man n 1 v, in in uf the mountain and of i in in the war with Guatemala to H t i t r i .ith It is a war of races rather thi i M Ihe jellow A 7 tec the i 1 In Ii in- and Spaniards iTT iml IT nrffvTi reatidlf to abhor tlie dn it n i n A fed as a domes- tic at the reside n eoi llumerlluekingham Bergenson clirnbt 1 in' tht be Iroom octu pied bj hissvuetht irt nv ansof an open window at i i m iml vvhtk the was asleep piling d i 1 utrc jictr knife into her throat lief >u hii letim eould make any outcrj he severed In r head almost com- pletely from the The room b >re tudenceof a most des- perate struggle for life on the part of the poor Kid The floor imd calling were covered with hi and from the po- sition of the b( h it thought the mur t 1 n dragged her ti a eh ur and took her delib- erately across 1 ip ind (unshed his fiendish work b> h her head almost from the bodv Miss Anders n -j-s 1 1 ind finely built Swede Rirl and it w is no t is} task toover come her 1 he mnnh ipr is small in stat- nre, with a repulsn t_ face and is about 30 years old He is un lu irrtst The murdered w is jears old, and tor rrf i i lh C nntry IH a ter in Mont in a An Old V wspippr Man Dead. Mr Daniel P Smith of the niwsdf partmtntof The Tn- qulrer, died list after along 111- HIUM Mr wlrn was a native of Philadelphia w ne of the oldest news- paper men in th r the past flf teen years He ted tht southern army a lieutenant at tin outbreak of the re- bellion, was prmuotcd to a captaincy and_ at the battle of I1 mnkhn r ntd a wound of which his di ttii w is mdiiectly the re ault _ Fntalitit s ut 1 uruse SVRACT.SF N "i 3 dndley Hor ton, a JOUIIK (iittu niiktr took a dose of laudanum fnnn llie i Hcets of which he soon afttrw ird dn I h refusal of his wife to live with him is b luvtdto lie the cause of the suit nlo h n 1 si 4, was pushed into tin t mill lure bj a playmate of about the same age and waa drowned TIiw was II .Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartpr baking powder. High of all in leavening (strength U. B, GOT- WASHIM i f tht, i l jus queatiou in ttit. ruks jf tht s n ilc an 1 askul for its iinnu It tt< t i U i m n I ut on objection fioin tht m i iti i U UIL renolution ent i I hi. (I bill was din us t 1 ttuthtr and on motion from the fm ut t ntitttttie and sulphate of la 1 1 i td on the free list and tht. i it sed SIM ill it hi tiuns 111 the rates fixed in tht ut schedule, but thoj wtrt Mr d.iiLt made a h in which he declared that the w holt t irtlu i u trc stc- tion a to pfi pk u h cl tuned to be tinctured with a sense f humanity tt nkftflc u fltfUiiijlH ttT m of "the rich and ayainat tht, pjjr Mr Plumb made a bitter atta n the sen itt bill particularly on the schedule un It-r discus- sion Ihe whole tendtnt} of he waa to war 1 a red icti n jf prices uf all products of hum in lub.tr lo claim that the tariff had btuj thi s )le or the main fattor in the redix ti n of prices of manufactured goods was to ignore the forces of emulation but as fist as the point wa.s reached w heie r pntts tnight be the manufacture rs L une o d< mamling more duties lu re by the reduction of pru s unyht be bt jppt d Ihe tux on china was a pt r capita tax be- UIIIM; china was used on the t ibles of the rich an3 poor airke He Charged that the potteij rntn of Ohio had entered Into an agn t nn nt with the importers by which wtieto inidethe market When structural b a ma were needed for the state house at J jj and for the Texas state h JUSL th icon Mnuul fight for politic il an! f rpironil id vantage and between the iwo the Vmtncaii people were being crushed and -4T.ou.ad _ Mr Sherman replied to Mr Plumb He ipoke of the dene) )pnn nt of the crocken industry and sal 1 th it it sh mid be ae corded reasoi deui in t to saj, the price of c hnuwtire w LS less than the dutj which it jiud ten jeirs "igo Ihe "bill went a-rote Ur Vest having modified his iniendment io as to make it provide for a rate of 40 per cent on plain china Senator Cjua} introduce 1 in tne senate he following amendintnts to the tariff bill All Millars above No H Dutch tantlard in color shall bt cl issilied b} the Dutch standard of dutj H.S follows All ugars above Id and not above 16 Dutch Laatt irJ in color, in A10 jcr cent per ound All above 16 and not above IJ )nHh dtAnririrrl m pa> ft tUit) f h 10 of a cent per pmud Ml sugars ibuvi, 1st tudard Tifcolofl cent er pound provided that if an jrt dutj hall liereafter be laid upon sugar or mo- s1 am countrv from w hence the une uirf) be nuporte 1 such sug ir or mo- issess so imported sh ill be subject to ut} as provided liw prior to the of this act Xiso an amendment im nsmg a duti of JO per cent al valoiem n nil live anim ils1 not specially pr jvided jr bj this aet, except w ild animals intend 1 for exhibition in collections Heitutihc and educational and n for sale or pront which animals shall admitted free of dut} SHE WAS THE "BEST MAN" Spenner Knocked Her Husband Out til the Fourth Hound ILKtSBAKKE P.l J Judge V nod ward has refused to grint a divorce Henry D Spenner His deposition was at barah, knocked him down, plit h s lip blackened hu and tried to hoke him while asleep 1 ha husband jiouhdfi tm i ins wne ine 'uidant denied the chirge and said her ivb ind was worMiless and let her attend i ill business One daj she challenged in to be a man or get out It was de 1 d to settle the difficult) with hire fists i lie parlor Ihe woman cime out! first st knocking her husband out in the o nth round Mrs bpenner then said Now Iain boss n 1 am going to run the business Spen i mud und sued for divorce Tho irties are well connected It Wan a Double Flopement MsgLFHANNY, Pa Aug 2 lobbs, aged 17 and Annie Hobbs aged 14, tnldreu of Jasper Hobbs, of Ararat, took. neighbor's team during their p irtnts' ab elite and ran away with Geor0e jrnan ud Mjiilie aged IH and IT re pettively The two couples drove to Wind >r and were married Legal stepa iti be taken by Mr Hobbs to regain his IrHrtrcn IJiR Sales of Kreiitzer Sonata NMV Aug he principal effect f Assistant Attorney General Tyner'a re eiit decision that Tolstoi's latest book, Kn will be excluded from he mails was seen jisterdaj in the num TPT nf -green tamml copies of tiie book iaw ked about b> peddlers- Ihe sale of the nok has been mere iscd imnienbtly Three Orphans liittnntly Killed loliONTO, Ont, Aug 2 Pntntk Downey, Pi t district of Cuttaianguseonnly Asstnibljman I S nomiuatel acclamation 1 his makcsthe fourth time tliat Mr U hip nk lias bu n th I n nr 1 "I was troubled with with catarrh for over two years I tried various fremedles and was treated by a number of physicians but re no benefit until I began to take Ayer'n Sftrtiaparllla. A few bottles of thin medicine cured owe M. Hoggs, Hoi man'a Mills, VOLUNTEER THE VIC I OR. In the Race She Left the Puritan Far Astern. A FINE KIN FOR THE GOELtT tl'P The Volunteer Defeated the Puritan by Half an the Merllu Wtw Victorious Tht) GOMOOU Greatly OuUuilM Clara. U I Aug 2 A heavy thun der wind and ram storm that visited thin cltv ihurnda) morning was succeeded by a threatening the postponement of the Goelet cup rate, and it was not until five belli thut the Klectrs left her anchor age having prevlouslv signaled the race. Hie wind strengthened gradually until, astberlectra ueared the starting line at Brenton 8 reef lightship the condition! ietnied fav orable for a start wiA tide more than half ebbed and wind about northeast 1 lie Sow aud Pigs course was the blectra reached atftrt- at six bells boon after the start waa signaltd and the first boat to cross the line was the Clara The Start Ihe prepawtorj gun was fired at 11 32 and the starting signal at 11 42 The Clara wasquicklj passed b) the and Puritau, closely followed by Gracie and THE NEWS Tips IN from the Wires Carefully Culled The will known race hors Ihiqucsne, owned Paul Hacke of Put I urj. dud at Paris Kv Duquisue ha 1 u r L rd of 2 17Ji He was 10 jtarsoW Mr Hacke had refust 1 KHJ for the hois Prltchard tljciniddlewtif.lt chainpiou of ha i either Hilly McCarthy of tr Jack Ucmpbc) thu light to t ik lace la Loudun K B Husk BuiHriutendent f the law rcuce In lusti il s hool has b i huscn to sueieed M irtiu Hialj as Di of tho StatLhjuicM 1 in t Hill, H_l lit latttr waa relliM 1 cm li e unt of al 1 melt) The will of den 1 remon ch was executed AUK II IM lie tutue estate to his w ulow In the suit of ii Alderman 1) 11 akamst John P KM ii in at r the rcslluc uf the "trust f Dugio refused to giant the Keeuan jli lie) and IJo I ground that iuch exdinluatl- esaar) Ihe Unite 1 sti 1 u been ordered out of comuilssi u ut th IHE Katrlna Gossoon waa next about three minutes behind the leader and Cinderella went aiross wine time after the handicap gun The Marguerite and Palmer and sloops Dare the Sea Fox and Merlin were close together 1 he run to mevard Sound lightship waa uneventful that it fore- shadowed the drubbing which the Clara WBS" to fewh e Blotter -timids vl the Gossoon and awoVe the hope that the Thajer boys mifeht keep within her time allow aiice and w m the Goelet cup Kntnna was downing the Gracie while the Merlin led the schooners with Mayflower and Marguerite behind, but outpointing the Merlin and the other schooners the Mar guerite s advantage, how did not bring her among the nine leaders erymuch The three leaders rounded in this order Vol- unteer 2 51, Pun tan 304 Katnna, 3 34 30 On the last leg to Brenton's reef lightship the boats set balloon jibs, topsails and spinakers but there was no race from that out Itwassimplj a Volunteer procession, and the grand old cup defender increased her already good lead on the last fifteen miles winning the Goelet cup in her old time f oi m The Merlin and the Mayflower. The Merlin and Sfa) flower are both in finer shape than last jear, but the same cannot be said of the-Sea Fox, under har new ownership and handling The Mar- guerite siXMTftom her showing- in this race to e hardly been bettered by her alterations but she may meet her friends' expectations later The Merlin's success was fairlj earned, and she deserves the trophy which will decorate her rmnpr R sirtphonrrJ this winter A Summary of the Race Following is a summary of the race Elapsed Correct Name Start Finish Time Time, Palmer II 63 00 Did not flnloh Martin 11 S3 00 5 49 31 5 56 21 5 66 81 Sea Fox 11 68 00 6 11 23 6 18 28 Mayflower II 53 00 60829 6 16 29 99425 Marguerite 11 53 00 Not taken Oenone 11 53 00 Did not finish SLOOPS Volunteer 11 44 00 4 39 49 4 55 49 4 65 49 Puritan 11 45 13 5 03 47 6 18 34 Katrma 11 45 49 5 S4 12 5 88 38 5 87 W Bossoon 11 4C 53 "6 10 18 n W SO Clara 11 43 5J 6 22 12 6 38 fl 08 56 Oracle 11 46 18 0 30 28 6 84 C 81 U Cinderella Did not finiah Dave 11 48 OJ Did not finish Gerry's Distinguished Guests. Among Commodore Gerry's on board tne flagship Electra were Secretary Windom, Sir Julian Pauncefote, Ad- miral G W ataou and officers of the Bellerophon Partridge and Canada, of the British North Atlantic squadron, and Sir John Ross K C B lieutenant general in comro-aud of the Canadian troopa, The Soliuyler Resolutions. The committee appointed by Commodore Gerry to jlraft a set of resolutions on the 3eath of George U Schuyler have reported them They recite his numerous services for the New York Yacht club and express profound sorrow at his demise The reso- lutions are signed by Charles J Paine, James D Smith, Jtlbridge T Gerry, Lath am A Fish and (J 0 Iselin Celman May Yet LONDON, Alig The Times'" Bueiios Ayres special sajs the situation is not im proved The national and other bank" are taking advantage of the law enabling them to postpone cash payments except in the case of the smallest checks It is pos sible thnt the financial crisis may do force of arms failed to accomplish, and force President Celman to resign Editor Against Postmaster. JAMESBURO N J Aug. 2 place la rent asunder by a quarrel between Editor Asa I) Hamnulland Postmaster William Scartdl who has appealed to the law, claiming that the editor used abusive Ian guage to his daughter, Miss Scartell The editor has been arrested Charges are to be sent to Washington against the post- master Forty Men Are Out Moititisunii Pa Aug About forty fimplojes in the factory of the Goodyer Vulcanite Rubber company hero are out on strike on account of a reduction of wages Ayer'a Cathartic Pills are recommended by the bout physicians, became they free from calomel and other injurious druga, being composed of pnrelv vegetable While thorough in their action they stimu- late and strengthen the bowels and Moratory t urn 1 Judge iiutmn of n the is uitncc s has On Ant, 1 in Id Ian wire nlnpped.frL.iu Am lurk to L_ii.4.i_ Henrv of Snsqt11 a in Pa a soldier in tht lite war hits i u uniitcd a peusion of per in )nt.h ai 1 Ud ar rears W rmhter is blind Dr Cyrus rdson of the ht ilth depart meutatNcw ork has issue 1 a circular atatlng that Manutl Uarrutl i j suf fermg from had i bi.cn B student at the Penusyhui i Military acadenn at Imter Pa All the num questions m con ceruing the orld s f nr c atjout bfen settled by the lllini is ure Jack ton parl is (olje used as Sn a tilnry Kmtiti lliclui has t eeu I (il t j_, LS ul uin jf the At- n liu t in ti t- tllee of As- n 1 11 I i) ui 1 practically Hi i leu tla pnsiilent of LS notllu 1 of the, fact t tlu cklb ha-s been ti u alltuugh Mr altt r He itt re i isslble the men a I tu remunerate i il i w li have not )et pillars In turn >f 1 purl" i river an I f tins -ln( ita li 1 ti> lex V IL, li is an 1 ill i s f cater 11 tin seo- i I fur ueri 1 lu m 1 i ar re- is L! ilk lilt Hru s tl it III e ttun in i n iish injured 11 e lists are at U list thief WTcKs earlier than usual and ar lu-l in gr at numlera and nuke tht uim-phm. Mr) offensive with then peculiar 1 r I ell frnm tlu slide I IN Del i Mrs Emily Scanlun it rm tntown Pa was tu- Rtantly killul at Springs Ihursdat afttrnu u tn falling from a tobacco slide Hn littli child who was ,-vrrrlimily liuiU Ball for MtGouegal 'i i k Vui mnali) at River side nem nf 1 urner s tails was vvreckwl i luiioii dLll o dock luot -Qight-wnd Llirce mtn ii.ru supposed to be buried in tiie nuns Fheciuseof the ex plosion is unkii un Ihe mill had been running but a short time Ihemone) loss bp st v ral tli us m 1 dollars Umbrella and TWO OKN'I'B Emporium MURDERER KEMMLER o DOOM lit li! Mpctn I'nson Slit ALIHM N 1 I partincnt i f tl e st iti is Murderer Ki mnili i will p i his crime niU wiek Hun i of a last desj unite irt on I rim trie L _ present it but is tli The elebUt) Ollllt expressed his eonhiUnce tl would be exult eel about e are read} he said move the pi iitnl it Vnliurn de lit tli it I iltj ,f nriein ut i f tin i i tu it ft him i t n Jit I K mnikr i liusilav I i anv linal e, ma) malae 'fte hafdl) expe t mfi j trouble fiom them but inn aft ir pt to replevin the d> HHUIC5S HeiHvt Tl tionsthej can makejiovLJtre limited _ "It is hardly possibk f r them to (jet a stay of exeeuTiuu ora-H junchorf- on nnr reasonable groun K at i 1 ibois corj us is played out Ihis CISL 1 is been through the courts on about ronceivable and the} have been 1 iteu Manifestly the replevin is all th it left and the) will be beaten on that If tl v do replevin the dynamos we can pr m; give bonds as provided by law an 1 j, i with the tlou Warden Durston f prison passed through the c in list night on his way to Neev "ioik a mpauie 1 by the warden of the Chestu Ills peuitentiarv He said he was reach f rthe Kemmler ecutlon, whieli will i c r during Ihe week beginning 4 II electric chatr appliances arc in pus t aUd everjtliliv is readj except the v 1 hewiis taking to New ti i tverepmred His arrangements are c- nplete for gnmg Kemmler a speed) anil i unless death Dr- May hot, Go. N -V u Dr Burtsell the deposed past if the Church of the rived here to take char_ of the new parish to which he Is supji )sed to have been as signed, and the g opinion is that he will not come 1 he Rev Peter Pren dergast, who susceicls bun as pastor of the Epiphany will omcnle m the pulpit lately occupied b) Dr Burls 11 on Suncla) next Dr Prendergdtt wh s a native of Ireland and about 50 ears of is a large and portly gentleman of I n appearance He BUI ved an Hssistant to Burtaell in 1H71 HALIFAX Aug 2 Me dispatch has bcon received b) tht military authorities here confirming tht re[ it that the Grena dier tjuards had bcm culled back. It is understood that this i ill is the result of a consultation held I iween Queen Vic toria and the mlnisii i- The leport of the breaking down of 111 steamer lamir which was the guards is be liev eel to have been nculyan excuse for unlerms trjp return of lht> troop'! The Fighth regiment w ill it is said soon come to Halifax The Washington (tub DiHliinuIi.il __ WASHINGTON, 2 members of The Importance of purifying the blood can- not wlllmnt pUCO blood you cannot good henlth At this season nrirly every one needs a food medlclno to purify vitalize, and enrioh the blood, and Hood s Sarsaparllla IB worthy jour confidence It Is peculiar in that it strengthens and hullcli up the aystcm creates an appetite, and tonea the digestion, while It eradicates disease Give it a trial. Hood's Sarnaparllla is sold by all druggists Prepared by C I Hood Co, Lowell, Mass. 100 Doses One Dollar HATTUR, Both the method and results when fe) rup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshiug to the taste, and acts ently jet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys- tem effectuall) dispels colils head- aches and and cures habitual constipation, fejrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro- duced, pleasing to tlio taste and -ac- ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly "beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable many excellent qualities commend it to all and made it the most popular remeeh known. of is for sale in 50c and 81 bottles bv all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not IIHUB it ort iand pro- cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. FtG 16 Wast r HAD Tills MAN Bought hi" panto of thi AMFRICAN CLOTHING AND TATIORING would not how mack wi-d wtintW thiongh hu Uili. W< clothl-g MM, Boyi wiU tht b t BE8I IAILOR-MADF CLOlHINQ At much li pncw. Oni ciut SAMPLE OVEBOOAT8 for worth f IS, and our 8AMPIP SUITS. wwth .nd tor for CMWnn'g Knu Hnljg OTX5THING MADE TO ORriPR ton IM b_t hoa.i 11. tht l witfc, right ilong to tti A M JA3ST im Tl lliiuunmu vJVfj No. 3 Cor. Warren St. V _ DONS IN A FIRST-CLASS MANNER, AND AT SHORT NOTICE AND FAIR PRICES, AT THt Trenton Times J O I'rinting I Department" WASHINGTON MARKET BUILDING, Comer of Front and South "road Streets. SKN FRANCISCO WUISVILtf, KY HEW YORK, M Y, Latest Novelties CHILDREN'S Stylish Parasols At almost First Cost Prices, along with a new arrival of all stylos 8nn Umbrellas for the hot weather, one of which Snn Umbrel Ian nvpry lady should Tiave Also a new arrival of new Emlroidenes and Financings of the very finest material and workmanship, at snch prices are below anything ever heard of Again, we have received another big lot of those beautiful Children 8 Hats and Caps, for the sale of which wo have auch a wide reputation as thia Go to WallH1 for a Child s Hat and it will handsome again just on ac count of the stylish hat! Just received three cases more of our Bnfflry and Nov eltlos for the vacation time The largest variety of I HNF fill- AM guaruntcel tolethi dneBt made In tlit U will bt fuund tit AITGKKO CAMEKA'S Fine Confectionery Store, 2CB SO U t i-T Fancy Frullfl, Suila Wator, Ice Cream Hodiut Milk Shaken Iimomide Ac alwajson band und the I exit hat can be had and made These au tin tn Prices entlor all rilHR WAHRBH Hf I. J, UFDEGBOVK Propriatorf. PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY AND BOY TBS Trcnlon Watch. i OPPOSITE CITY HALL. N B Oar goods positively warranted _Yory beat. I 01 .111 oi tlic Seone "below, read THK YKIJ.OW SPRING, Now running In paper. The muht reliuble Call and see the large assortment at THK RELIABLE JEWBLEB, 130 Peny Street, Opposite Trinity M JD Ohurob OFfirKiir MKCFIVBB OF 1 iKKNrov.N J July 15th rpHE RIAHVEK OH TAXI'S IIB.KM1Y J[ glvis notlie that i diipili ttp transcript oi luxxunii 18JI9_auil flow re malfilug unpaid has hteu prt piirul "TfTTlt If tho above are not paldatomi lliy names of the dpllnqnentH will he publNhf 1 In two or more of tin dally pipprK jn aeoordamn w lib a reHOtntton t'ommon lounelt July Int. 1KOO namely Rfio'ved, Ihalthd of lales be and Is hereby illndpil to notlfj delln inents that unless paynunwt aro promptly made publication will bi made in two newspapers -ol this oily v ovfcuiutr, Pr s fee, 10] Receiver of Taxes READ THE TRENTON TIMER C ITY OF TRENTON NOTICE OF INTENTION to a rcjolation passed Tiy Com- mon Council Jnly 16th notice is hereby given of the intention of tonituon Council to alter the grade of Lambcirton street in awvnrdance with the plaiis mid -profllc pre- pared hyC C Haven City 8urvevor dated July 1st, 1890, and now on file m his office Such persona objecting to said thango ol grade are requested to appear t tfore onn- cil at their meeting to be held on Tuesday evening, August 6th next at 8 o clock and be beard for themselves or by iou sel, wheu the subject oomoo np for coi sideration. By order of the Common Council. Dated July 17th, 1890 JNO C OWFM City clerk 80] 7 17 15 The Real Estate, Safe Deposit, Trust and Investment Co., TRKKTON N J a general bankmf; basmess Allows intereat on cash deposits, subject to chcc-k at sight Rftnta hnTM of varions in Un firq bnrglu proof vaults, the renter exclusively KouiiUg the ke} Acts as agent for collecting rents ancf for pnrchase or salo of real estate Fiecotea trusts of every description, as F.iecntorj Administrator, Guajdwn, Trui- tee, etc Loans money on mortgage and on col- lateral Agenta for Cheque Bauk of London Cheques for sale, good m all parts of the world. HOOH H. HAMILL, President. HitnsTS Li rn.KjVico President ABA F SKIBU Secretary BARKEB UUHKBE IB, Treasurer WmiAM Q MOORE, Cashier. DIRRCTOBB Hagh H Hnmlll, T N Adams, Barker Gnmmero, Ksq Hairy Rogers, Barknr Jr James Bnchanao, Wash'n A Boebhng, Owen H Looke, H 8 Little, L B Rlsdon, S Meredith Dickinson. J B flask ill Edward Grant Cook, Edmnnd C Hill, William 8. Yard, Albert UUytou. RE AH THE TIMES. JO1 PRiNT AND PROSPERI" I I ING or IVBRY DONE AT SHORT IN FinSt-Cl AT REASONABLE PRICES j i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i 11M Ed JL. Jl pt CM
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