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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey (Kreitfon VOL. VIII. NO. ?385. IKKNTON, W WON KB DAY AlfTKRNOON, 6. 1890, TWO CKN'1'8 The Fatal (uncut luloaslied at Lust. KEMMLER ELECTROCUTED. Auburn s I on if Dilund Iti ii 1 iiaetid The Fatal Ilutton Prison fixlm n Fluid from tht Ita MK-ion us Pressed ut Auburn ll the Deadly Electric Accomplished I V Sudden Stiffening of the IMuuleiei t ranir a Convulsive Bhodder und illluin Kt-iniuler, Slayer of an Grim r e> Murk Quicker Thun Thoiiglit of Dwoiuvd III the I'rfgcm CtslL AL-B' X ferred tin ti uti the murdtitr f at Auljuin A ig long de- ij) of ilhain Kuniuler, I illit igler occurred ti todaj in the presence of IIOLSF WTIH f- M! I 1'E.r W ItD the ru for out the luitial euf )ntnitut of Vw H new lueLLud uf tpitdl j uTjisfamfnt E F of ork, assisted by E A. KreiRt r of hrtd charge of the apparitu-, I- U Mack, of the AssoclaUd Pns-' and deorge Grantham Bain of tht L Prfss attended the execution in tht capiutyof witnp'wes The warden stated f gentlemen that they were niMtfd rot u.4 press representa- tives but ns His Thne Hid Come The first iutimdion (liaf KemmTer re- ceived of hi4- appro doom was when the two chipiains "i ates and Hough ton, entered his 11 tlii-i morning and told him his hour had conie The doomed ipAn s face pile from long conflneineat, aesumed a more pha-stly hue, but With an effort he inurmiired that he was ready Ihe two lers1- nun knelt with the doomed man for ftw moments and prayed UK d rintxitht brightly execution then thrown open Kemmler It-i >ut Ihe chair is not over four stej s fjoin the door In all, Kemmler did i ot to Uike steps from the bed in the iron cage where he has altpt for the last fourteen to the fatal chair Krccutlnn Although Ktmniler s face was deathly pale he made the journej to the death chair with comp iritue firmness and sank down in his sLit ardeu Durston and his assibtint-t quickl) bound the doomed m in to the chair his ejes were blindfolded -intl the apparatus was con nected with his <-kull in i spine All was In readiness and the spectators were not kept in The signal was given the niurderei s bod) stiffened, a alight shudder ran through it and quick- er than thought the deddl} current had illiam Ktinmlcrs before his Maker the was taken from_ chair it WHS cold, A few hours after the execution the re mains were taken to the dissecting room and the autopsy was held The results cannot be learned at this writing The Witnesses Piesent, In addition to the newspaper men men tioned who witnessed the execution were Dr Charles F McDonald of New York, chairman of the lunacj commission, Dr George F of New York, editor 0( Dr A P Snnfh, wick the father of tht tkctruAl pvprnHnc bill, Dr E fell Dr C M Daniels Dr Charles fowler of Buffalo Dr W L Jenkins depute <ornntr of New "York Dr LOUIH Rach, tr} of the state board of health of Albam Dr< J :seHia, of Al bany Dr Uenrj A Argue, of Corning, Tracj C Becker ofBuffilo Robert Dun lap, of New Distrnt Attorney Quim by of Buffalo who had charge of the mur in Rnffil r K Hunt ley, of an electrician Dr1? T K fennth, J M Jenkins and H E Allison of Auburn Ihe three otlu TR ot the t went} six witnesses were the prison chaplains and a guard Before the- AUBLRN N Auu 6 7 o'clock last evening, the hour announced for the con- ference of the witnesses Warden Durston went to the prison in compan} with Elec- tricians BarneB and Huntley geotifc in the i muu nt( n H! pared ull t u for the work Dr tl k 1 that Dr Ddiin 1 h i I 1 tti i 1 i) i t ml work on thi aul j aid !h Sj tind Dr M as ist anU th the un h 1-1 m U a Dr i jul 1 ui ikt- u s[ il r ition of tht tissue H i-> s iftr, U 1 aUo that Dr JenkiiiH of Ni "ii-il te r the nutops} with tin rra un u (i with u huh. to take the tein[ u it UK I ll e rt mains50 ah to he sure that de ith r before the surg ni s knife s used Ihe law n quires that [he aim shall Uike p ace i turned i it el I it tint be tHerpreted to iiuan in a U rit time AH as the tempt i it nt jf tin m in is below the point t re lift t. in e nUnm t j "exist the operatiotiTni bet u, u th iT explodes tht idea th it s t It tiatllhat if the electric sli ek dilnjlktll him the surgeon b knife >uld They Mill said Dr Diniel then is no ne cessrty for performing tin r tti i dir el I) after the shot k his bt n u ImiiiNtt red t here wouid be p-nl i if is hktl> that st il he urs will intervene between the time the man is killed and the time of the aiit The of tht Current I been asked M fun sail Dr -xmtlnutk whethtrtht 1 atli be instjiiiUineoui 1 his is di jit n k i i n 1 it }ou are pleased to ttnn in-t intfine u-- ou SK} that the w ht n tl t stio k f 2. ft 11 to the rent is 1 000 times a-gre it that H it will 'nuel at the rate of 2-jG (JfKJ f it n n 1 There will bt: no g Uf re Kernmler put in the charr 1 TtimK TTidl is not the record correspondent IS rfr spuliilble fn the following lilalne has won Prtsident Harrison has been geuer all) commiAd of the practical wisdom of his chief beirttarj a rtciprocitj programma and is pn paring a message on the sub- jeit It was not an easy task tojf Mr Blame found Unit the opponents of his views had literallj saturated the presukiit with thur urguiuents, both political and commercial Mr Blame was fully pre- pared to answer the political objectlonn "He show ed the president tanr the entire Be'iiou-nUc prust of the country, by its httsti in indorsing him, had placid itself in a position wlni h stopped It from denonuc Ing reuprout) with I atm America, even though it became a h illng factor in the Republican policy ihis stroke was so trulj Blainptjue that it amused the presi- dent The House Opposition "Mr Blame then dwelt upon the siguifl canee of the indorsement which the new policy was receiving throughout the south, and to cap this ph we of the argument he pointed to the prompt approval of the Francisco chamber of commerce the likely to develop in the house wa.s referred to, Mr Blame's ejes snapped irari-be tlc'clnrtd almost petu- lantli thdt he would attend to that, or words to that effort that he regarded the opposition as unimportant But Mr Harrison s ammunition was not exhausted He then sprung the commer cial ol jertir ns w Inch had been tabulated and cirtfulh prepared for him Bethought he had Mr liuiiema tight box but the astute ri tar; thenplajed his great card, J jlm anamaker Mr Called In The World then says that Mr ana- maker took pirt m the conference and warinlj supported Mr Blamt- s arguments The'U orld continues Ihe result was that President Harrison became a proseljte Ihe change cannot be spoken of as a con beciuseMr Hainsonhad leanings _some features _Mr JBlaine a policj as outlined m Ifr HateTs amend meut to the tariff bill in which Mr Blame's handiwork is boldly apparent The presi- western man and Mr Blame looks to the west and south for the sup- port of his policj Gen Grubb's Part In tne AUlUr The orld states that Mr Harrison wired Gen E Burd ij-rubb knowing that he was in the protected mduQ trlet and manufacture" of New Jersey and Penusjhdnn and therefore presumably against Mr Blame s policy, with the intent to have him answer Mr arguments rmi? reciprocity But Gen Grubb promptlv declared himself aan firm believer m Mr Blame s policy, destroyed that coup de theatre He was absolutely enthusiastic about Mr Blame's policy Mr Blalne Happj IN THE BASEBALL WORLD I lujem Biso I Ui m, i l fin 11 i li i At I In ml Uevolai 1 r I K 1 .1 (_ Z.ii HUT M i i Ihe uUu J ui 0- 8 0- 8 i I I s IlltL rl tl i 0 0 1 0 1 4 i I .11. AtC 1 Colimilm Athli ti Btiso H is Colin I n 4 I H At 1 i f. lir kUu L< HIM 1 lla-M 11 Bro< klyn 4 B Mr U ToleJ Toll-do Omre R IJlrr Ji i i by a scoie AtSt L St Li un S) racu.be Base 1 its Byraeus Slur] In K Of I ll au VhSO< I I t, 0 1 0001 11 i 11 r ui it 10 u. at I X i[ til I) MORE S LAWb A inn t i i n 11 t) I i I II I u i i DELICIOUS STRENGTHENING TO THE NERVES 1 P i 11 lu f r 1 it 1 n t n uiish 1 M It ui i i IIH i is tti t i[ n the n p i n biirv J Uiilnu 1 I I itkind Hms] n tun ui I burgti Mill In b i w i ork Ihe capita! stt tk Is flO OH 1 i ltd for KiUOUUm It is u tU roal which will i t live n t 1 iu will be tomiiHiMfd within <i lie r md ins SfTOnrhlrtseir near 11 t n 11n re it tnuu s w iilfllit Penns 1 niuiilrjid It cr SSLI ill n in 1 runs uu the Ltl i_i r to the Pocono mount ims thtntt t r u Islmrg then up tht Delaware vill I inMiIford to Port Iiriis Vi, nJiLiL. it cuniiLfts with the 1 lie railroad It 11 lit, <t coal aul pass will pn b ibh be burled ii the prison burial 1 jt ru i-iuh avenue 1 his Is a desolate p itch bounded nthe north bv 11 rt Hnl cemett on the ist and bj the j r ertv nd on the north bv r Kenim ei s eoflln wis m ide in the prison shops i vend months ago interest was adilid to the situation n rumor that tarlts Kemmlfr tbe jiother of the condemned man has re "promised to give reciprocity, with some Blight molificatious which are not yet formulated his support and to address a special message to congress on the sub- ject at an early daj Mr Blalne received this intelligence without a shade of sur- prise If the president stands by his promise the rctulmg of that special mes- sage will mark the happiest hour any sec- retary of has known since the repub- lic began" Ihe states that Gen Grubb is anxious to succeed Mr AdairrB-as minister to Brazil THE Fresh Tips NEWS IN BRIEF. rarefnlly POWilLIt Absolutely Pure, _A of tartpr baking powder, High eft of til in leavening U. 8. QOT- 17, KW. THk lived to come here and claim his brother s immediately after the exi cution and tore the lOulcLiold an au ips3 Heretofore the relatives of Kemm- r have held themselves aloof from him id taken no more interest m his condi n apparentl} than if he were a stranger mm i hiiles Kemmlpr does demand his dVj Hie Ian, it is believed, will uphold in IT such a demand in made and com u I with it will Ire n sad blow to the ivsiimns who are probably attracted it from a desire to stndj the efficts of clei trie shock upon a human body thau rom mire nitlositj His I ant of Life Kemmltr spent his last rtiy quietly No was given him of his impending loom His friend the Kov Di Hough on (UMompanied bj tlie chaplain of the iriion, vimted him n id spent tho greater >art of an hour with him At KpTiimlei'fl eqneJit both of them were with him a pait of the night Tire Were Dlownod NFW Aug stt imship City of Diilllw from Central Vmerica ro- lorts that apt Rawlt> of the schooner lostph P Macheta of Isew Orleans loid niK off Guatemala utre in ft mil 4wmt boimtl to the schooner with the commandant the judge of the port and two unknown pt rsons and two nub boat- men persons in all when it cap during a Kijuall All were drowned except the two C aribs Kawlejn body w m rwovered KiiRniii mill the Trno ill pnrtmsnt ot has httn inftirmed b} the Ameri oan lt_atioii at St 1'tttiihnrg that tho rumor of w holt suit (xpulsionof lows from Russia is milouinlt d The vicissitudes of climate are trjinK to most especially to people hav Ing Impure blood For nil men (and they constitute tbe malorlty) the bent safeguard IR Ayer's Sarsnparllla, the use of which cleanses the blood and strengthens and Invigorates the system. from the Wires Culled. Governor Hill has appointed Frank L Norton, of Delhi, a member of the New York state board of pharmacy to succeed Charles K Brown, whose term of office la about to expire haa nttnchrrt his signature to the World's fair bill The bill has an emergency clause attached to It and will take effect at once It is stated upon good authority that Senator-elect m S Brioe has bought The Indianapolis Sentinel The sale, it Is said, was made weeks ago 1 he revenue cutter Wmona, for service at New berne N C, has boon launch- ed at ilmmEton N C The Btuckholdeis of the Postal TaoiQi, Telegraph company re elected the followingilirettors- Tohn W Mackay, W, C an Home Sir Ueorge Stephen, C R, Hosmer, Richard V Day, Albert B Chand- ler Hector De Castro and G S Ward Ihe Republican state, committee of Con- necticut e decided to call a convention at New en, Sept 17 Burnett Coyle, of Brooklyn, N Y, a fireman on the steamer Francis was er- come b} the heat and died in a few hours A judgment for baa been entered at New ork against Ferdinand Ward In of Elihu Splcer Jr in default It la based on a note for 120 000, dated July 11, 1884 The summons wassetvud an Ward May 8 last at Ossming, Webtchester coun ty, but he failed to appear The official rough count of the census bureau the population of Philadel- phia to be 1 is an increase during the ten years of or 33 84 per cent A Chic igo corporation has secured con trol of the Sew Haven Baking company Ihepurchiwe was m the interest of the-Crnplren trust _ Licensing Inspector Rae, of Minneapolis, charged with the embezzlement of tiO 000, was arrested at Montreal Quo He has wahed extradition proceedings Ihe cnroni i s jury in the case of Green, who killed his wife's paramour, Ahrcns, near r harltston S C returned a of justifiable homu ide J E Tjgert of Philadelphia, has made an assignment President tho Argentine re- pnblu has ri signed Ho has been suc- ceeded by the president, Dr Pelle- grini Queen Victoria narrowly escaped a seri ous accident win le on her way to witness the evolutions, of tlm nqtmdrnn Itisrumoied that Mexico, jointly with Nicaragua Honduras and Costa Rica, has Sahador i provisional govern- ment and that this will end trouble in Central Amen i ThatdiBtentlon of the stomach which many people f( el after eating may be dne to 1m proper mastication of the food, but Inmost eases, It Indicates a weakness oft he digestive the best remedy for whleh Is one of Ayer's Pills, to be taken after dinner Naval Officers in ,r ice TI N Aug i, it William R Rush mil Fnsign Mil ng K Ejre have bee i di t iched from f Boston aud ease- id f i J-s e former f l jtu rank and dutj on reB'U ir jiav aud the lat ter from rank and duM a half pav the squddron of omi n was in Bra7ilian -waters thixp two i 111 i- m directjiola tion of the ship s r il iTvmafned on shore over night with jut j i mission Yellow fever at that tune w revalent in Brazil and they incurred tl r K of catching the disease which mi0ht I t senousl} affect ed the rest of the CH" rortundtelv now ever nothing seru u Allowed but the prompt and severe n of the depart meut shows how the offense is regarded He Stabbed the hamberniaids NORTH -UJAVI- Mis V.ug tiauk Tiffanj of the Hrm I liffany Brothers knitted gooiK niinuT i nrers of Benning tyu, Vlr, anil tt Qtt T! 1 'he Mutibion stabbed and sevtnU Rosanna Cam aged 21 and C in e Halbey H chambermai is em[ 1 1 in the house last evening TifUnj wl is believed to be insane seemed aturahard struggle and just as ht w is il t to spring from T window He is i n uned man and the father of two tl il Irt i The Injuries of Robanna Cam art 1 u rous and she la in a critical conditi n No motive appears U'f )_ivlm-h e been the result of au tin i iiollable outburst of madness Pleading for ttu tfiirlem River 'ioiiK jmptroller Mjers sent a letter to I i 1 States Senator Frje relative to ihe i t ou of the Semite committee in sink u ut of the rner and harbor bill the it i of SSW 000 wlildi passed the h mse of i nscntatives for the improtemeut ollli !I rlem Aftti giv ing his re isoi s w i should be made- ll Senator Frje to n 1 of the measuie so that tion will be m ule t the appropri it ton comptri lltr asks ufluentc m bthulf h qnate appropria iplete tiie work He llmclertMl II JOIIFT Ills U murdeied Tji oim Ivi ing him for Ji si j li I' had forbidden to v t I man met Dot kin 1 nT Wrong Mini -Herbert i lutsdaj nu-tak kendoiff win m hn i daughter j Ih hisdiuuhter it died r mghU man came upon the miin w mhesuppoc I i is Doi kendorfl w ith i ukturntd >n 1 ui dij and deliberati 1 plunged a kn I in the hilt under Ki s left shoul ler was taken into custody Sure If you have mule up >our mind to bty Hood's Saib ipinllail M nt be Induced to t il-o anyother A n lily, whose cximilc Is worthy Imitation, t 1 s In r CTpcrlpnro In ono store w) i r 1 wont to buy 11 ids Sarsapanlli the cleik tried to liiduu i oluy their own Instead of II (1 s, liotolilinothi li s would last longer, tint I might tike Hint n lo Oct days' trial, that if I ill 1 not like it 1 need n it pay anything, etc H it ho could nit pr v ill on mo to ch mpn I t Id him I Ind t iH n Hood's SarsipinlU knew whit it w 11 w is sitiifled with It in I I d not wint iny i II r When I begin liking Hoods Sirs ip mil L T was frellng rell m serihlo with and BO weak tint it times I conhl liirdly llood'u stand I looked like i person in consump- tion Hood s Siriipirilli (lid me so niu h Rood that I wonder it mysdf gnmitimii and my friends frequently speak of II Mas Elii A GOFF 61 Tempo Strtct, II ist n Ouroaparilla fl nliforflS by C I HOOD 4 CO Apothocarloi low o 1 nly H n 11 in i u u i i in 11 in i i UHui n i (.it n ti StUisl ,11 II Ihe I i II lii s HIU 1 M h r 111 III t lll> lu ll U A p ill n f tl it s il U 1 Mr M n tv is 1 t i 11 t s 1 si l! 1 II si us I ll I ll I 1> of 1 d m ilitl s in tin Oil) I III Ills II jixdjHi in (ui IH ii J qUi tes i rinilii il slat Kriat iHimin r ot ur sts of Inn imen lu bin 1-Fi-iteiM.u 1 ji utU ji state. Utul miltllrip tl lavvM 1 ot the teinilitlit in excluding hmesa Imiinurants It pi iposes to make the tumtftx liisi u iiuleliiiite ami therefore ]inictle j ti niaiit nt Ihe coiumittee lull eve hides all Chinese from 1 u I m, in the I lilted States except thoseieis s 1 ih i ledlted to the L lilted States a> 11 msttrs plenipotentiary or other ill] 1 mil i piesentatives consul geutriils riv il u HI it. mmcrrial agents indudll L, th r Ih tisof tho Chinese or other gmnim nts tiavtling upon the business if th it _i tu nineiit with their bod) an 1 h IM h st mints Ihe visit ing of Ihinisc mini wlietlier for tht purp >si f truislt only or otherwise Ih dbsoliitt t 1 Sect! in 1U lirects that hereafter no stlte or L nit i "it il s ourt shall a lunt C innese to citizenship aji 1 repeals all laws con flicting w ith t Chinese u iw in the bnittd Mitts aul who mav at anytime lien alt i ut Ir m the L mte 1 11 itt s is will is ill who art n >tv m tht I uitt 1 IK t i 1't siibj i i i nil tht 11 vi suns ttndtl n- I i Jlill nuns an 1 jtuil ties of the ict Dlshout it M ill C U rk ClIK ti H in s a mill 1 Ik 1 n n m., bi ttvi en tl Is t I) d i 1 St Louis ou tht hu an 1 ion nil road li is 11 in since silnd m ru in., win ii hi legist re 1 it the I ni u del ll in L us iml is b het ul to have st jit n regtstire I m ul m ittcr taiuel at J tlim lui minutes after the trim s arnv il in IiJtiis H ims was missed am thus f ir n >t itrut f Iilm has 1 tin (ITS cuvilil A. p udi which c ntunitl teretl m ul ttris I uu 1 un U r pile if s u ks in the t u It full bt u cut from end to end an 1 ill if its e uteiits taki n Two mn Sliot IJoitn HMini lev f V, ibb- mil Inn lucker two prom in nl wire shot down on the pul 1 i ui Muu 1 it evening bj Ii hi -iin tins Ii ai 1 lin 1 Ivell) Constable st U s w is shit t trough tlie head am the i uis i t t Mi i n k( r vvafe i in led of uia'hmi; ct n Ittion About seven shot wen In 1 In tin itement tl dt pn vail: the r m t I 1 i sh otmg taunot as jet bi lent funi Mi w is a candi ditt f rshenil if I itu( i cuiiutj IOC Doses One Dollar Tinth: tlie mpfhnrl and reBiilts when S} nip of Figs is taken; it is pleaami arid refreshing to the taste, and acL gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the f_ tern effectually, colds, head aches and and cures habitua constipation. Sjrup of Figa IB the only lemeily of its kind ever pro ducedf pleasbg to tnste -ac ceptahle to the stomach, prompt n its action and truly beneficial m its etlects, piepared only from the mos healthy and agreeable it many excellent quililji i Lommeui to all and have made it the mos popular known. of is for sale in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading drug gists Any reliable druggist may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one wh wishes to try it. Do not accept an; substitute. CALIFORNIA'FIG SYRUP co. SKN FRANCISCO CAL. IOUISVILLC AT YORK, N Y. JUMIHI. Thetlmp to purr liana bpst nel( ctpd c( al U in Knmnipr Winter months the trade in bus In ens the oonl company In hjintfl to t out pro- diu IH do not prepare ns wbpn not 10 busy We nrp milking ft wpp-clal i fTort thtH Humnipr to got tlie bent ooal tlmt ows and drllver It In gro Ihc poflfl and nee tne sUi and order for Winter PHONE 147. "BEST GOES FARTHEST' It sti i ill! s is none othi r Ii q ti eftt Us in 1 is i lU I l n r tht. in >st ippr i i IIOl I t O V 1 Thr.iriinirm It with pit lauit nad Mil w clothing Boyi ud nltk tht but BE8I TAILOR-MADE CLOFHING At ranch IMS pnces OTU grut worth onr 6AMPLE 8UIT8.' _worth Jil2, for for Cniljj.u't HulU ud CLOTHING MADfi TO OKUFK Ktmtmtxr, oan u tkt bust m tkt con u try M witk, comt right to ttt A M in iiiiuuinnu i Cor. gf. Ho. 8 Advertise llu I utest v nrlel v i 1 1101 O! 1-s {in iriuiti i i to t tin Ilnest miiile In tin I s will I i I nn I at ANGKT.O CAMERA'S Fine Confectionery Store, 2CE I KPN I ON N J Fancv Fiults IK n im s< la it r'Tce Cream sodas Milk shakis I i mou nil li alwav s i n li in 1 uu! tl i besl that i un 1 1 liaci anet male lliesetir laitu 1 rkes i nvelil ent loi all ril 16 WARS.FJ; lf, H. J n j''8tort. PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY AND Bl Y THE Trenton Watch. The most relliU It ftleh for tlit n om (allundHK th Juiat. (iHHortinc n lilGKHiY'n, TUB KFL'AHLK JfWFLEP. 120 Periy Street, Opposite Trinity M K Church THK mm SPRING, r.'iiTiinir In tlifs paper. READ THE TRENTON IIMTO YOUR IN THE TKKNTQN TIMK8. The Real Estate, Safe Deposit, Trust and Investment Co., 3O a-" d S3 W STATE STSIEIET, TRENTON N J Transacts a general banking business Allows interest on deposits subject to check at aiglit _ boxes of various size1) m its Sre and burglar proof Tsnlta, the renter exclusively keeping the key Acts as agent for collecting rents and for purchase or sale of real estat< Fiecntes trusts of every descrii tion, as Fiecutor, Administrator, buardmn Trus- tee, etc Loans money on mortgage and on col lateral Agents for Cheque Bank of London, neqnBo fui n< ttVB world. HCOH H. HAMILL, President HENRYS LIIILE, President ASA F SKIBM Secretary BABKKR GDMTCRE, JB, Treaaurer WiniAM G MOOBE, Cashier DIBECTOE8 HnghH H.mill, T N Adams Harry Rigera, Duikul UUuiultjio, Ji JAUIUU Btuhailtu, Waeh'n A Eoebhng, Owen H Locke, H 8-Little, L B Kialon H Meredith Ilickinson, J k Uaskill Edward Grant Cook, Edmund Hill, S. Tud, Albert tliytun Latest Novelties IN LADIES', MISSFS AND CHILDREN'S olylish I'arasols At almost First Cost Pnro" nlnng with a now arrival of all stylos Sun I broil as for tho liot weather, one of whii.li bnn Lmbrel laa every lady should Also a new arrival of in rinbroidenos and Flounoings of tho very tin eat material and workmanship, at such pmod as aro below anything ovm liunid uf wo ropotved ftRAthor big lot of those beautiful hildreii s Hats an 1 (.apa, for the sale of which wo have sm h A wido reputation aa thia Go to WftlHV for a Child s Hat and it will look twice aa handsome jnst on ac count of the stylish hat' Just received throo moro of our famous Fast Color Hosiery an 1 many Nov oltloa for tho vacation timo i i i j OPPOSITE CITY N B Onr goods pmitively warranted very beat lave rrho "TIMH1S" oont to your Addrooa.

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