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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               Wttnltn VOL. VHL .NO. 2383. A DIVE DOWN lODEAiH. Lu II An Imitator of Brodie Near Boston Killed HIS rvni ii "I- Churlia Mc< illji u dlun 111 i Ueiith fi 'in liu Mn S 1'tO MET oil. M.I) (.111111 Oil) 1 IllllgCti tU it thu Atlantic Ilosl s 4 rilicul 1 l i anil if i dlf, I 1 I J I ll[ fort rti ill I in 1 utnn ti 1 l advertising Inn If bridge r of l an fur i in id li has niadi s i ml j i bit In itjit ill sii uiuplc of dm f i I In r nmn JuiH BUG l 1 c f iut ruty I I u 1 Mi affrij, is I il Mive liro f 1 fin mi 1 the at 1 illi M'< niTiey i i1 ks auci us l In liamploD ila JiUuuptid to gtl itniiinit Kiodlt He s fr in a 11 in mttiLstiuK a rn rs and one the r IT sa 1 n ]M llltt' tliadlati moljt mi 1 n 'i in LSI lit should provi hiinsill i ML I making a rtallj high jump Tin I li-l Iiiinp sn. ti st fn si diMi'td a frutn a Jinn k n int'-whirf at the Lust ii lurv it i In i f suciit) in Hit Tirrci mi uf tt higi crowd, but durtUL, the im f K this jump wiii sut i--fulh m i li 1 iftetn nun utes afti ru n I _i rs qi n in J oil the acene an 1 1 in n It 1 an Mt( all 11 -m n m ltd that tht jump jiist m ill uisii tliiiiR for a man ol utrveand 1 a latt Kill I'llll I I I i i Icir. 1 II L I n l t, ll I Is 11 til 1 I Iti-vt i liu t i 1 i I I l H t I III rKKNTONT MONDAY AJfTKKNOQN, AUGUBT 1, 1890. IHE DYNAMO IS READY. TWO CKNTS Kemmler's Electrocution Will Probably Thursday IAL1S A FlfcNDISH CONFESSION N L VV 1 1 1 J 1 Ml Borjtit. n l fished h w n v 1 l U 1 t III llll THE NEvVS Tips HIP IN Bl 1 ttlrli ii I iw iin museum men i ii it j r< 11 dtd to the -1 ip int-- w here e i hut tlio water at a An th rj Dm i wulk DU Mc( atlrtj K _ r and jour c 11 sj Atlantic u IMJ it pair of diHiUiii  was asked how b< i Ir liulh sal 1 It a a dead HUNK to mike a jump no matter how if a m tn hn only the utrw All u %c l t iu is to kttp your fct t I r n 1 I t 1 er AT riuug at thi, u 1 M( w is shown the pi u e it i i nful glance he miked in i i Mi w em up a bit II it" tl it lirxliis limit but it's an di with mi Iheu quieklj thn w n a-i h all t lolhtt but a close fit t MIL, i air f tr nit's and his shoes "he 1 "iTf OuEIT at the lop h j t 1 1 it a m merit to make the roim all n ii t n us bow Uj his friends beneath ind then lauurhed mto space fchnf tl r i r} ih( air ffcLt forpmoflt until perhiq i iKl t of the water Then his bod) Mn m t i en UIIH i 1 i- t t nuuibei f i w IK N wlur Hi i prentii t u tl numln r f sti i niLlit wl i I cortt 1 t H til of the vtru t-> i kn u i i Nl Ull >tl 1 n. K drew i rt 1 i n f It re h t r v. >it 11 ut himself H td 1 He M l i-'t M ire h HI i him on her i i n nliiii v r i i H i t i n i -.tr 1 li (v f ul ii f r f i tt tl t n 'is Ir n w i i UTIIU f i I I u R ut I ir 1 t he i i u nai i d v 1 in 1 111 1 I th it h ill f I l I i ut il i p lid MOST APPETIZING EASILY DIGESTED VAN llou UN'S ton "BEST GOES FARTHEST." r J use i t i n I nit p n. iili-d In If ollnDd, and U to-du) I o! Ill niimr rom Imltutlani hi f let I Nfcpn r o t w 1> that rtj th r 1 tn t i n Lnmo ItieH I-ITK i Hklll. 1 Darnuuiri an epnlt mlc of if tiftv hivu Hies baie fimtttwiiio -r 1 N N i i 1 1 le i I pw nd i I m I 1 "If ix-mi il i I tl t ll- -1-1 ilu ibl. l n.u Stolen V u, 4 1 L Maver who i-lungtjii avenue, had 1 r n -lu worth of tlllu ii1 u -i ill amount of cash n th -t eks will be stopped Klllfd u llnislliiK I uiery Wheel IUn V! iu 4 ri arks dines aged VIHIS (in 1 i 11 u i ii 1 vi nt, killed in Mtj is Hi tin- i mi faeti rj b> the in tnun wlnil one of the pieces fnuui i g hii skull V Sh> 1 iln.i Is Oeorgpe. Aiu 4 rlv il Inn I'nmific rue has kipt himself nlii'il Ouh n e Ins he bet u spin in pnl h an lilt nh ible lee t rt tin j iriol VR-line Emporium t j In ut in in ft I i MUllU 11 h M 3 m, T 1 ft the PL i-t 1 Hi lu 1 aud tl t ft hat si it N f I l _ was piu 1 i pher lh( i rhat I1 i h 1 in i 1! 4 I) i i i t it I i l i i fl M --si i i i at i n 1 r tn- Mt t iu engineer of northbound unl fat e cut ptM il rierk, leg broken 1 w 11 .he A Xew upjrt a passenger named Anherhoft Conductor MrD jn iid of the southbound irftln, IIH and hi-, inmneyi tigieed to side track at duthrie thiee miles north of the w reek but he unit to sleep and did not waktftill 'he ti un-' struck Johil lilford, brother of Post il U rk lilford, culled on "the sheriff to uit t M 0 maid saving, "I wiUkilLhim joudou t Both engines are almost totalh le is ure also several of the ihe loss will be To Buveutfc Hnn M i si 4 the reading of an ollui il nott fiom the Amer loan i Liloiat i n of 1 ib  IS eurs old, was Irr wned w bile b thing ut M irk Rock The u of thehou'-e i n 1 li he 1 in him m a d pi biuild VM.IC 11 leiu If F 1 i III 111 t I (r J UK. II Mv U t in i li n him iiul i ut ,m BI 1 M Hi f W B? I H HI' M I T Davis of children and a lnr 1 t went for a sul in 1. off W est Island I) u i w wheu the b in -ti him overbf ar 1 it! i broken Davi-in ini-u ing to save 1- 1 1 c drowned mil ul L i dren Ihe b j lies h n four ft H I _4 ___( VI If. tint-d 1 ratts h Uti Jib tile I At tea km ckii t, L that it ilh tude IM r iim: lie il hii en reuiun.il H A "N( u i i Fi{ [s( o bun J r nit IM o in idt Tukrs R Spin -t Die new cruiser a pn lirmnnrj trml PUW'I II Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar bftfeiug powder. High Wt of all In leavening ntreugth. U. 8. Go7- Beport, AnBuflt 17, HW, Johnnie Pbiyeti with M itches Hi' V o 4 U hilt 4 e-ir old John- inr Kriult r in itrhis in 1 Hfitlitr ham in tlie of intl lit- M.L hie Lu Ihe huj, and like tin h irn was tin tic 1 into a tl lining luiuit Jiliu It ittsii i tf 1 to but s'unibled an 1 ftll HIM! the fl urns burned linn to a umkr Ihe hit Rprt-ad to the adjoining and btfjrt it piit nit SLMTU dwellings v tie df-trr }ed tutil of Poisoners Hi Aug Btfone, (ind I mil) negrix." h bten put in jnil puisoning Joe lulli-, fainll} of r n in tfrom whom tie dead and ti rt f more of me 'Ihey'pnt i it pi MI on nit it and H mr mttnikrl for 1 1 f intih to eat I Hoi ne i I it K M t 1 illis ci jp Hounc is abright nnlfitt ini )L us old and a preacher OIK iHvIllc H Hiirghtis Arrested li IKIti aitested litre for robbing the j st H of A I) N ifon nt Gliders N "i on of April 11 He and his imls not jet 1 ttn rapt und 4H( niLit about CMK) w )ttli JOH He be taken back to t-rlovers- sille PAKli has ti (iphti from IVfusbuiy RIJ that a dj minute undd tin ifulroad btatlott fvt Kasik ihis pla< t H on tho mute to bo taktn Fm- p-roi illi nu of Russian trip on his coming llnv laborers1 sli tki li noarh n IK liLd its di 1 S( Ht( nnan r poi tt d at a UK d in of tho union hist (hi! all In! lomU en lm 1 mwl Un1 t (mitt-s ptr h ur dt man k 1 on Jul) 1 u (H l 4 illi hand hi tM c ni HI )_, r i f 1 1 t Iii 1 r intfc r i n un w ti i u an h i i d wit h Hi diibi MK nt of ah uit tfl s fni U h IH In i n lu Id in t- (UK) ti i 1 1 i tn il That distent ion of tlipstonint h mnny people feel after (nllnK nun IH due to liu proper mnfltlcfttlon of tbo food In most cases It Indicates a weakness of thedlgemlvp. organs, the beat remedy for IB one of Ayer's Pills, lo be taken after dinner Fish, the condemned murderer who occu- pies the cell next to him Fish is an expert banjo player and 18 allowed to keep the Instrument in ms cell and to play on it at his will Kemmler seemed to a good appetite and ate three hearty meals He appeared to be in good spirits COLORED MEN PROTEST. The MuUInu StHiiley   brought from Punhandlp and Gieen 1'ox and tills tad has greuflj'enrageUThe owneFs of native ottle munnere killed two davs ago in a dispute over the matter and inort blondihi'd is almost certain bo far about 1 UUO head of cattle have died IIH i niHuftos at DallRvllle. N AIIR about 8 o'cloi k Sundaj morning an unoccupied building on St stieot was by fire inlc tin ro the depart input nrelved word that tin papi r nulls wi re on fire I lie large two stor> building be longing to tin1 lomjmnv Inirni'd to the ground loss j. IV) 000 insurance If i? bUtiud win nf inundiaiy origin Tlin Wlfn T.inlr I unjiifiiim. N "S. Aug 4 wifo of Alilirman f hilslnpliu Shodir of this city, way found dejul ut hi r home last evt ning She hud tnkin a dose of laudanum, but wliithir fiom aiiidint or otherwise is not yet know n The vIolRBltndeB of climate are trying to most constitutions, especially to people nnv inn Impure blood For all mieh (and they constitute the malorlty) the best safeguard Ayer B aarsuparllla, the use of which cleanses the blood and strengthens and invigorates the BY! tem. Did He I) BlDDLFOKD Me V I- year old daughter of T was drowned in tin. i noon Tht bodj wa-> i hour of miiu by Cit} Marshal 1 nb u. nahan's hist uujit t Tier's Tlie clnl within sight of tht. in' have beta found wh tt-t n that Monna hariTthrew thc-TTiTn tl Driver--------- Mary, the 7 tm Monn iliaTi after i iid w ithm an i is entertai ne o caused Mi n the coro was drowned and witncs He Fired 01 K, Alltf bartender at the i nnn r Elizabeth fhn w out of In-- s tl night 1 u i but Ginarder fell n t Mela, of No 1 il lad was unable to ur I owing to 1 i bartender and the 11 i 1300 fui Uml Two Mm tut ill LOLlKTITIF Kj and Heim H night b> Al 11 i about awoinmi with w 1 ing and Hush was1 i suddenh drt w a knifi 1 but Hush th slushed them Bo-scu-nh rtrover Hum n f Broome aiu I" hn Ginarder itc ou featuid i i in the gutti r 1 named yu 1 street aiui tht in tho 1 nubs Mines, but th i wero hi.Ul in Duff' I it ill} cut lli hree qiifitrelei I nsh was walk angernl H t othei tworan am ue-itlie-r cat DlBiittrous HoinlH in llttov Au0' I l he rain fill h t three ms nn DieccdenteJ All the floodtt! Pd-iilur in cimbinil n rip nil i ill of i T r 1H i issi ssi s (lie i in il 1 uvvii nine v e pe t 1 1 1 c I icnliir in ilsstn iiLth sir-, inilustl iih l H, u n lir In ilnr iu iM inlK iir 1 1 proportlim, ind IIiTotI s Birs l- v line of the hi it 'o cf "I0 3 ki n gclnm 1 economi IIuoiH (tncofvU i hen: 1 Doies i D I ml merits 11 ml hilln itn 1111 Tlio pro it ilisoi J u ill u Tt home is i 1 mill s 11 In T I lond J rrcord rf a nn othrr I itt iinpil r M ulfmtly thn cinf 1 or ptopu i diinm ti It II( 11 lilnof all tho km i I t 1 lood purifier iti good n vim i of Hood's i Hi in of Til otlir: i in Its phrnnim n i srli noo Ins will nnny f IO Mv nor In lil of ill ch tii will, l Sirnptrllli com n which moiler n" dl< devplopcil jricll il eipprlnue I ypir preparing modicini s I! sine to L.I t only Hood's Garsaparilla Sold h; nil ilniBBl'l" f Propsroil 01 1 byC I HOOD A CO Apollii'rnrles, Ixlwoll, Muni IOO Doses One Dollar Youmana' Oelebrated Spring Styles now on Sale IIAllEH, 15 Past- Qrate -rfsf- 5oth the method and results when Sviup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant .n J lefreshmg to the and acts )et piomptly on the and cli.tn-es thp era efieitualh, di-pd- tultls, hcad- ies and and ouitb habitual of 1'igs is the onh remedy of us kind ever pro- luce 1, plei-ing to the tasto and ae- upulile to the stomach, piompt lu ts action and truly beneficial in its eflccK prepared only from the mobt ualthy and agreeable substances its main (jtiilities commend it to all and hue made it the most populir Hiiicdv known. Suiip of j3 for salp in 50c and 81 buttles In" all leading ;i-t- Any reliable druggist nho imj not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly fjr any one who hes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIfORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRAHCISCO C4L, LOUISVILLE AT W YORK, H Y Latest Novelties AND CHILDREN'S Stylish I'arasob At almost First Cost Prices, along with a new arrival of all styles Sun Umbrellas for" tho hot weather, cue of which Snn Umbrul las every lady should have Abo S "f rmt rnlrlnnra ami Fiouncings of tho very finest material anil workmanship at 8Ui.li prices as aro bolow anj thing ever hoard of Again, wo have rcteived another big lot of those beaut ful C hildrcn s Hats and Capi, fot the ssb of -which we haye eucb a wido reputation as tlm Oj to Walht' for a Cbild s Hat and it will look twice as hamUonl) again jnst on ac- count of tht stylish hat' Juit nceived throe tales more of our famous rant Color Hosiery fttwl oltles for the vacation time 'J1IIS MAN Ronght hii of AMERICAN CLOlHlNQ A'NR TAILOKING 00, ht would not v 5 how much thi wind whutltd thronnh h "f S We clothing tht Mu, Boyi ChJt'raa with i, TAILOR-MADE At ranch Our SAMPI.F OVEKCXJAT'i (or tad dor wo .h U.i for for Chlldrtn's Knii BuiU end Ovtrconto. MADE TO Ktmambtr, tun u tk< beat honn m rtLstry dt-l witk, right along to tl A IVT ii M Q j Bo 8 Cor, 4 vv IMiTN'I'ING DONE IN A FIRST-CLASS MANNER, AND Al SHORl NOTICE AND FALRJWES. AT THt 'I'rcnton __ Times J o IVinting 3cpartmcnt WASHING 1 UN MAkK.fi.1 BUILDING, Corner of Front and South "road Streets.f Tin largest variety ol Mil HvFINf I JAM UlOtdl Kiiarantu I loin Hi tlncst mule In tin I I- will! i lolin I at ANGKLO CAMRRA'S Fine Confectionery Store, CITY HALL. N B gooda are positively very best 1 01 .111 i ion ol tlio i ne hhovvti rc.ul I Kb Ml N N I Jruits I e I n un S i I i V lid i Iu Criiim Silns Milk shikiH 1 i nun i li I aluai inn ban 1 mil I hi I isl 111 it i in bat and ma le lailx In is inviul out lor al! rilUE 30 nunTH WARHKH TttmilflJt, H. 1 (TPDEGH'JYb ft PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY AND BI V TUB THK YKUOW SPRING, Now ruuuliiff In paper. Trenton Watch. The most reliable vvntrli for the money tall and nee til" aimnrtim nl at lUOKHIY'S, THE KFI.IAHI E JFWn VV 120 Peny Street, Opposite Trinity M H Ohuroh (IFl-llf IF HK I KK I K 1 lltNl IV S I Illlj I'il I 1 H) riillF Iti l I Fit 01- I HI III "1 1 n ill i thai n il rlpl nrperminal lux i ol an I in I nun re nmlnlni! I h 11 I n l r in I uml II ilm iiliiive.arujlul nulial oiu III nnnios ol I lir ill Mn )iii nix IT i I n' INhi I in I in more of Ib lilH I ip Ina eorltuni vslib H renolullm IH.II il I onini in lonnill Inly 1st IH'KI muni Iv "A mftiilTlniHhn H I "l nf-'luxrt lie anil IM In rehv illr i li I to nolilv ill li i ]in nlH Hull noliss un iromilU iniulo publication wl 1 lie Hindi In two ol thin oltj li l (Wl KIliN llrn foe KiiO] Ilee. Ivn ol OF TBENTON NOTICE OF INTLNTION Pursuant to a resolution bv Com mou Uouui 11 July 15th nnti i is liu tbj" given of tho intention of iiiiinn (iiinril to alter the grade of lanibutin street 11 Heeurdaiiii) wlih the pUiii an 1 [iillli parod liy C C Haven (it; vty r, luted July 1st, 18'K) and now in lili in IIH ofhce Sueh pertous objiilmx to h injjn of grade are requested to an i ir 1 1 f ro otiti ell at their meeting to Ii hi 11 on Inoiday evening, August 5th next Ht s i ilo k and he heard for theniselvis or b} i u tin subject comes tip "for eonsniiratim _Hy order of tho oiniiioli oun il Dated fuly 17th, 1890 OVVJi.Nh, itv clerk 71715 The Real Estate, Safe Deposit, Trust and Investment Co., READ THE TRENTON TIMFA y BT A j.. TRKNTON, N J Transacts R general hanking HIISMIMB Allows interest on rjwhdeposits suhjnct U) check at sight Eonta boxca of vanoas in it1? tiro and burglar proof vaults, the router keeping the key Acts as agent for collecting ronU and for purchase or sale of real ostato Executes truata of over; destnption, u Exorator, Adminiatrator, Guardian, toe, oto Loans money ou mortgage aud on col lateral Agenta for Choqno Hank of I ondon, for sale, good in all parts of the world, HUGH H. HVMILL, President HKNRY S LITTIK Vicn Pr sulont AHA F SKIRU Hoorotary BARKKB UOMBRP Ja, Iiownror WILLIAM MOOBE Cashier DIUEtTORS Htifth H HamHl, 1 Adaww- Barker Qammere, Harry Conors Barker Oammore, Jr lames Bm hanin, Waah'n A Booblmg, Owen H Locke, H M Little, TJ n KlsAou S Meredith Dickinson. J B Qaskill, Edward Cook, C Hill, 8. Yard, Albert Clayton READ THE   

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