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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOL. VIII. NO. 2395. rKSNTON, TUM8DA.Y AFTKKNOON, AUGUST 19. 1890. TWO CKNT8 LElTERSONTHESlRIKE. What Powderly and Webb Wrote to Each Other ARBITRAI ION H VS IIFtN REFUSED Mr. Webli Sii) the Men Were Not DlS charged Biinii e Ihej Were Knights ol T T'twtlerly'B Plea for a 1MB- paaalonnte Settlement of the Trouble. NLVV ioiK AUL, 19 A ice President Webb hus just m i ii public the correspond ence heivv en Mi PI w derly a.ud himself Mr Powderl) on Saturday wrote Mr Webb stilting that hi expected by Monday to have completed iuto the tausta of the atiike aud he would be glad if an inlxrv lew couldTie al ranged for Hon day morning to discuss the question of ar bitratiou of the differences between ttw company and ith Knights of Labor em ployes Vice President Webb replied, i agreeing to the mterv lew bnt suggesting that as the lepjrts of interviews already had between himself and Messrs Holland, Hayei and Doiiovan hud beoii grossly mU repiisenttel it w mid be best for the In ttmt of all i umerned if the matter which Mr Povvdirl) wished to present were put in wilting t-OHtlerly States His Cane Sunda) Mr Powdirl) wrote Mr Webb that he was (ailed away from the was therefore obliged to commit to paper what he would rather disuifw He was informed that old and faithful ployis- had been summarily dismissed be canst the) were active in the Knights of Lalier that up to the time of their dls- thiv were faithful employes, with good rec jr is 1 he frequency of the du- missals left little room for doubt in the minds of the men that they were all in danger of disch at a moment a notice, and hence tin btrlku Mr Powdefiy cuu tinues Tli wh le question bnges upon tbe discharge of huijta of Ijibor beta ibe they are such If It tan be that thesr men working iujui> to ihtir en plujers rijrht minded mon will say tl ej trialtel as they deserve If they tllHcharffeel f r cause tbe company him everything to gam and nothing to lose from an If they denerteel dismissal from the uerv lie none of us w ill for their reinstate- ment If b wever they were displace d because of their wmiiectiyn vutu K' iglirn r f Tjihnr it gbouli for if it Is 10 be the policy of the cun i .iiiy tbut no members of the Knights of Ijibor tire to be eiil] l-jjexl then a statement to tut eltect clear up all doubu There wUl be notl mt, tlifu to arbitrate bo long as you hold wtrt Tlie Great at Stake 11 he h tt i e-sts of the public and Jf the compoiiy aud r or men lo for self pro- tedi n aie all auulvpd in this contest The L> I tl Ji.u of loibor ir to work fullj in the 1 IIH of e-iucut >nal and legiiilative lef rn It is L >l their policj to enter Hootlly JJKJD itrltves The interests of the pub ic that fn igbt and pfibw iiger truffle, should work BBiootM) of the company require exactly the same tbing aud in addition, such traffic JT ren uuerattvt tbe iutereata of wurkn g i i Ic arc the tame tbe others but tbfl right l oiKttiiiz and udect the; tlou tlif) w to tx-long to is fully dear to them their JK-LUII ar) mu can posbiblf be Here ib an tbe aim of which is w w >rk for educjitioual and calitd up n to defend itfi mfmbers wpoupto tliHir bad worked only in edu cational an i directions Surely we have a right to question why they were His- chaiseJ r act) nmii uo wattei bow bumble U ftj n'-L-t'fl_P -1 Fjj !l( True ihe Tort -Ceutiarand Hudson Biter tnbutarj to the comfort And well bong of HIH c inr mmtj but the commuDity Iflvei to c rj ratuu in question its strength and nealiJi an 1 uf that at least two- thirds are Mjtkmgpejple Arbitrate9 "iou may ft el tt at jou are right the men may feel tl U arc r both are and if in jjiual is to be reached impartial men must arm e at it by hearing both sides and then Tbe n are willing to submit the rase tu such art itrati n and will not able )ou c uHeut to do the If you ill agree u> hul uiit this matter to arbitration we can meet to tbe ditalisaud agree as to tht. ptrti Tht nevsstajvrs n port >ou as r fusing to ad mit tbat arbiti atioii can enter mtu the settlemeot of tin- trouble but j our letter leadb me to believe that) ou wert musquoted I still hope fora speed) termination of the strike through arbltra tlOD nr Keply. On Aug 18 Mr Webb sent the follow ing repl} to Mr Powderlj s letter No one of the persons discharged from the w %kt uf iliib cd i jjuDj plior l" B and re- fcrr r rn n n in anon was discharged betauw he was a tin mber of jour order Tbe imine liuti. snjeii rs of each of said persons re- ported i the liusion supermtendeut or the huperintrn h ut uf thy m live power m each cane good and ui cause for the discharge ot such penouo and lam informed that both Hupri utt- Jfi ts iu> r-i case prior to- thc (lisxbarge auJ facts of such discharge" eu repuiUd to Ihe manage meat of the conipanj thpy were further investigated and HIP nntlc n fit rh t waa proved Refused 1D6 tliKii u UL of il N tuiiipau> do 1101 duoui It consistent with ith c tntmuauce and prosperity in business aud with the discharge of the duties it owes to th( ie  est Shore the Lake Shore, the Michigan Central the Canada southern, the Chicago and Northwestern siou mat me) are ciamtKini, in iepi) tti a question KM to w htthe i tin r itl junte uautetl the sh n f tin e DM ot Albiui) b) the ul tit Inactive agent) Mipei mteti lent Hiss 11 sal 1 Via Imve h le 1 Ml Pmkcit u mil Ills men to guard the pi open of tl e load and the lives of the employes t hivei left the ni ittcr in his han is as a i i icncetl man but we celt mil) il j n u l nance the iwi of liiearms uhn self pro tuition m mils it h n l I Police filial I noulii 1 me tint c lives ttllLZHted bv t't rt e k I s use nf I tint tor Mr Pinliil n mtl in auswtr to m) t i" M nation he handed me his rep n wli I I lost 1 ma letter to Chief 1 il essiires men are uuanlnit us n Hint, that they did not tire until Ktoucd by il e uiiib 1 h" ul' I 'co Is-hed of lauf i It won AJbany when some miscreant flrea u line k at a Pmkerton guard 1 be man re lined tbe blow full in the fate end put- ting his hand up felt blood Examination ihoneel that the end of his nose hid been knocked entirely nvvav and ht-wiHbedh figured for life ihoinas Hattou the Pmkerton man who shot the boy Uwyer wan held for ass mlt in the hrot degree to await the result of the bov s injuries I'hj-mians htey will die A significant Conference liiflMn N Aug If draud Mnstti Workman Powdcrl) accompanied Sec reUry Hajes lift Buffalo lust foi Sew York eit> Messrs fsvveenv anil gent weie on tram bound for Niw ork vshtu tbev mitt Mr Puwderl) in conference at the St Clouel hotel 1 he quarte tin lu a secret confeience before thev lift ind it is bt lieved tint Mr Powltih his i Hired to give tbestnkeintothe 1 u Istif tl t r edera tion of Hailwav I1 unloves thus entling it as a distrnt Knights of I uborconcern but making its influiuce more widespread The Great Blockade at Buffalo The Central s start of non unit n bvvlfZn men was reinfoiied ycsterdav afternoon by a delegation of men from the east It was dunned that all j it-.WO arrived but the strikers said the iiumbei w is grtatl) over estlmaUnl bcores of engines with their fires out and their crews sent home an still sidetracked "near Bailey avenue then being nothing for itiem to d lines of freight cars are on tht side, tricks ,in far is the eye can. leach frven under the in fav jrable circumstances4 it w ill bt st vt ral before the bl ickade tan be lift el Police f om migsioners Stli0' ind hurthjaid state that If the Centi tl brmns one Pinkirtou man to this lit) ill the it) pjhce protec- tion will be withlriwn fi in tbcin Ike railroad officials agree! i t t j bring any Pmkerton men and it is i i ight this will in a great mee-nre riilu thrpjssjfiihty of trouble lietvveen the men anl the torn panv To Hold Hatk Central Coal PITT si t is Pu Vug have been rective 1 at the toxt n si i piling yards of the al'e) to hold all coal billed to points al nu tl e New Central road THE ERICSSON CEREMONIES Roufting Salute s lir the Flag of Sweden T N VctmsSecretary Oi th InHtructiotij to tiie command int of the navyjanl at New Lj> u the occa s on of the embarkation of the reniaitis of ij I i this at 1 of the debt p to f >r tht of f ncsson '-c ren lered us ihe highest ser> L in i in iiniiit of m peril in 1 mxietj i-, dii 1 tli u it tin-, uthcr nn meut ,nc baek liis tohisiiitnc the f of be saluted j tli itit n I ht It, irttiiMitth nr re ISMICI the fol m ti )iii I lie colors of the qua Ii 11 will be i h ilf mast dating the I i ti ii Mm ilc will be hrcd i i t ie in ntor N int ieket during the -i.e of the bud} from the shore to the Unltim i rlu liiltimore ffpfs unrlpr aud pa-is s the itsseis of tbe squadron rli will masthead her colors dis ij tht bwedishi us and fire a national ,ilBjtt (f twttiU c_ne The Baltimore? i meluitely proceed to sea HE SWAM SIXlY MILES. A Plucky American Has Crossed the English Channel FILL I VINTING ON Fill SANDS Bavla Dalton Has Duplicated the Fa- mous Feat of Capt Webb He Swam on Buck ftluile the li-lp In Twenty thiee Hourn aud Twenty Eight MlnuUi. Aug great attempt of the American swimmer Davis Dalton, to swim across the channel re- sulted in his success when he arrived at Folkestone after traversing a distance of miles and being in the water twenty- three hours and twenty eight minutes con tinuously The beach was thronged with people awaiting his landing and there was a small fleet of craft sailing about on the lookout for him There was great enthu BlRXm la the crowd ashore and afloat, and a murmur of genuine sympathy went up when Daltou staggered up thft stand and fell fainting a few from the water's Accompanied by Ocean King Daltou w H accompanied by the lifeboat Ocean King with Capt Dunn and several seaman Dalton s first intention was to start from Lugland but a number of his friends advisid him so strongly to do other wise that he finally conoeuted His course was greatl) increased by the force of the current which carried him far out of his way and more than doubled his- distance, and the strength, of the current weakened him very much Dalton had waited some for the boisterous nea'her to abate, and it being calm yesterday he took ad vantage of it and made the trip thus under perfect climatic conditions He crossed over to France in a lifeboat and m the early evening started oil his great task He Swum on HhTBack There was considerable doubt felt by the public as. to his success but he personally had every confidence in himself declaring that hf would swim on his back enUrely which he did and relied upon leg propul sion for his headway ihus he secured occasional opportuulties for rest more fre- quently than any other mode of swimming would permit He was in the pmk of con ditlon when the swim began, haying been, in training for weeks He did not antiei being able to complete his task in less than twentv tw-o hours so it was not ex pecUsd that the lifeboat would be sighted from the shore until midday Beside the eapUm nml a man to assist and attend on Dalton The Second Man to Do It. The Ocean King was accompanied by a small boat which romng between her and the swimmer served to keep Dalton in communication with those on board About three miles off Hythe Dalton began to exhibit tvinptoms of fatigue and weak- ness hut after taking some stimulants hw struck out vlih renewed vigor As he ap proached r jlkestoue he became much ex hausted b t still he struggled on very pluckilv resting at intervals of three min utes and finally landed, amid tremendous cheering Lvery attention was paid to mm w hen i fsinted, and he was taken to the hotel w here everything was done for him ihe feat is regarded as more won _ dertul than that of the ill fated Capt who was the first to really swim IWCLE Readable SAM S RAILROADS HttitUtlis from tbe lnt  >NJ the avenie. each ton f fieiejit w is 11 it) u ing a tou mileage f .223 11 The table shewing th iquipri ways is espetlull) interesting 20 of whie1 beugeraud r> 1W Hre fieight 1 7708 passenger 1 eu i utives are tittl-1 matic train I hri-r nre 1 t used of which 005 are' in tin pa i service and 854 U31 in the frtlgl 1 mi 23 iW pns5lliner cars find 60 frc _lit tan are flttid with automatic inin 1 mkes- Ihe statistics uf i eldents si that during the v cur c b) tht rt posfeengers have 1 een killed an 1 -1 p, seugeis mj ired this shows that t pas- senger bus bell kllkd m everv 1133 passinge is r in u 1 and one m juied in ivtn U24 passengers The rate of m itallt) in Eugl n vear is ulie assenger killetl b WJ JA carrli 1 in 1 oncpassen0e r 1 Ills il s mi) pel haps bt explained b) i the number of miles Uaveled ptr t in thie countr) much th it laud and also bv tl i fact that rmhvajs ait much better nmnni 1 this louuti) Ofemplojesin the I tilted i have bieu kll ed iud JO JJS mjuit 1 thevear Ihi ti, ins sh vv thu ocinn. for i at I IL In Jill) for evu) i> Ol Ii ilur stawtuont be m i le f il trammel tl at is to si) foi e nginters hrtmeu till i is and Other tr ilnmeil te death occur etnp mel in mj irv for ever Ibe grcss the jeu of rental f in ks v a 1 and te r M Hll 1 ell tilt l v tl leutnl I tr tks vai 1 lull 1 Ij 1 !4J ht e ar- il I r s! ow f 1 ill It sh vvs ere pas- tn es j 1 s-4- 1 lllto irriid r the jiired (u il fac! ket n Lug I i itmu r n, leal men r it tiii mi t 1 W Is 1 ll come fium d 1 icti-ms flnal net mi 1. mted tt milt t n i th it the esst from i l 4i I r IKS8 to 1 1' l earning I ive 1 tflnt m tu IJ> of >-Ui li f I t til tin rt i i p i L in s1 unin? hiT il t il l issi wl e 1st 1 fr I ptr tit in 1 ter tin Vlter tile btVtN PERSONS KILLED Uen Others U ouudt d M tlie i k int. it 11 I i uii in olorudo 1 I II v. u la v. ill Mil liiiela twclvt miles ill I I i that a wietk had 11 tit tctl en I uskn I i surgeons Asptiial lan ul l t at I all the slit I 1 tt ul1 1 I t t i e 1 left f r ll Ml let i 1 i 1 II rt ketl trim nil t t i i e tin lye th it ha 1 M n u i 1 t 1 L it just t e 1 w H irela m the n t II I te ille It is i uUUi env n h w tit a ileut e in le 1 1 ut It Is s i] i se 1 ih e lift I ille 1 t st p the trill intiiuta dullvv H htt 1 1 veil pits us klllttl i it t n in It 1 1 nther i tl tl ilais anw t bt 1 I lined until the let mi ot tin pi i il onnuc tictit CiUurtUnien In Camp Vug Connie tieut ill naldiaitl four regiments an 1 tw iltlaludc mpanies went Into canii f i i wttkut Niaiitie Monday Oiders iss u 1 bv Ijt fmbler about a mouth age liuviel el (hat prtvaLtf would, be allo it small satehel and commissioned of li rs jne small tl link for baggage These iml is wer  M OlX) at i Hrt -300 OOO-fti 1 IWi t-hn Ufb tu the Ibth inst inclusive the local mints purchusud 1T7 uuueis -f he price of sil ver quoted in London four the highest point reached since m' Celebrated Spring Styles now on Bale. Btroot MAN Bonght AND how mnok tha thtt i AMfcRTGA.N CLOTHING hi would not W. tlwl through hu uilt, MM, nd Ohildrto witk BE8I I Al LOR- MADE CLOTHING At mark 1 Pliflcdilprila Oat Indtn SAUpT.E 0 V KTZOOATS for (959, H4, oar flAMPl.E 8UUH, In tor (Mdnn'i KHM BuiU nd Owcecta. ULOiHiNQ MADE TO ORTVFR. fun il t t in tfcj einxLj d nght to tl A M HI A N ft a 3 Cor. warren 81. as A Mo it i FUN ipate Vcting Secre s Ins ordtrLl the ofllfersof the i tuntr Nantutkft at the Brooklyn janl if to participate iith tlKir m the Lnussoa ceremoB- s ou Aiy 2-i DeiKnidter Mas There 'IA7HTON I'll of the itt.-'t t stedfodds held m the history of i Let il flflds Wife iluii held heie Mouda> 1 he ton n n U dtcor iRd with bunt- ing ind huniln Is of people from the sur rounding conntrj came stieaining m all 1 ir Choirs from-all oier the toal regions [iirticipated Ihe Hon George Dela- u lUr Republican nominee for governor, presided over the session lost and natk a brief speech the pith of which was pleasure at the cordial reception tendered inn, the m iLrnilmlp of nA9 4ot-4lly unexpected After the session adjourned he made a brief sptech from the balcony of the hotel in which he said nmong other things that tht object of the party was Irte builot and to put the burden of taxes in c i puratKHis and to take it off the farmer ind laboring linn Tint Shooting at Albany ALDAM Aug ho blockade has not Improved to an j extent since first day of the stnke the men engaged by the railroad are incompetent and over fifty of them left work on Monday, claiming that they nero brought here through nusrepre sentation 1 urthprniore, the road is run but oiu pi i-on other than licrulf knew tht nmg eiiiptj ears haoTcward (oiiltrtnntln i nf tiro safe wlitmii (hi dm I the Combination Sr Lot IS Ang burglar mode a haul ut the residence of Mrs Alary Rothsehilds No iir sriith Bioadwny get- 100 north of piopertv in diamonds in I mnnej Mrs Rotlischilds sajs that through th( as to true the i Absolutely Pure. A cream of tarttr powder High Mt of kll in leavening V. 8. Gor- nt Eeport, August mo nls and money wert placed and that prrriiii her mantA C hni Ic. Dal loll Ballon has disappeared Ho Mint HU Sleeping hr 1 IM is litforo 0 01 lock hdward Haki ngul and sou of a prommuit niiin shot his wife in tht left breast as sht IKJ isletp in bed nt then plain No 1 Pine stret t He then sent a bullet into his own breast Mrs Hake died a iioms later and Hnke is not expicted It is supnosed that 11 ike did thesluntius while tempoiaril} insime (atal Acnldont to an Oiiinihiifl Hll-Mio N Y AIM IH omnibus niimbii of fiom I'llie Hill wa1! lipstt at s i rut toll at oars I instantly killed and Mis lliukholt? ind Mrs win suionslj injured liny all liMcl in this eilv Ayer's Hair Vigor restoreH color aud vi- tality to weak and gray hair Through Its healing and olennsing qualities It prevents the accumulation of dandruff and cures all MWlp diseases The best hair dressing ever made, and by far the most economical BRA1NED WITH PICKS A Fatal tight Among Men Meet Their Death Bn MIM.H iM, Ala Aug 19 fatal fight amoiiji miners otuirred at Johns, twentj eight miles from the citj 1 ifteen or twetit) miners became m a quarrel while at work down m the mine 1 hey dn ided into two factions Out paru of ten came out of the first and wailed at the mouth of the shaft for the others When the second party came out they were attacked by those ground As a niau s head would appear at tlie mouth of the shaft he would be struck w ith a pitk Five men are reported killed or fatally injured 1 he coroner has gone down to investigate the matter So as knowjl no arrests have been made Dr. Lorlmer Resigns CHICAGO, Aug 19 Lonmer pastor of the most prominent Baptist church in this ciU, has tendered his resig nation on actount of ill health, and it is freely predicted that he will never again be able to enter the pulpit The pastor Is now lying %erv ill at his home, where he is receiv ing close medical attendance uf an extremely nervous tern perament and for months has not enjoyed a night's sleep without the use of opiates pverEinre his return from his eastern lecture tour he Bas been growing steadily worse Plttsburg MaohlniBts May Strike. PlTTSBURO Aug ployed in all departments, of the Westing house Company s Anbrane works pre- sented a petition to the company today for nine houra work with ten hours' pay If the demands are not granted the will strike within forty eight houra About men will be affected The machinists in electtical of the mghouse company are now on a strike, and the is in sympathy with the machinists in that department The Girl and the Oil Can. FAT I, RIVER, Moss, Aug Lamareaux, aged frightfully burned while pouring kerosene oil into a stove lie flames reached tbe can aud caused an explosion The girl's dress became ig- nited and her mother, m an tndeavor to quench the flames, had her hands and face badly injured Amanda, it is thought, will die A nig Il.eakor SCRAN TON Pa Aug 19 Delaware, oompuny'fi breaker burned last Loss, About men and hoys are thrown out of employment The, men and mules in the mine at the time the fire be gan were re suied by means of the air shaft and slope 1 Monks Killed BKLGRADI Aug fire occurred at the Mount Athos monastery last night which completely gutted several of the buildings Iwche monks were killed PrMldant BtTlhi'aj WA8HIN1 TON Aug Hut risen will >7 jears old to morrow and he liUmlt to ultbmtif theevout b} nptndhiR- a few it Cape May Point Him will be his last trip to the seashore as it is probable that Mrs Harrison will spend the month of September at Cressen, Pa Ayer's Sarsaparllla, by purifying and en- riching the blood. Improves the appetite, aids the assimilative process, strengthens the nerves and the It Is, therefore the best and most thoroughly reliable alterative that nan be tound (or old or yonng. THE NEWS IN BRIE Condensed Telegrams Gatherer! fi nil l Ions I'l ices Governor Hratkttt h is n tiv the its ignation of th ef Justue vTei in of the Mass ichiisi t ts siipre ne i t t ike ef fet t Atif, Ihi will lameb 1 xe l ves s> (lOJ to the Church home at d his lie Vi I Swift bis books t n are given to H-obart The rest lihrii v ney Afteruihii betjii rest of his est i is Oi to two meets ui 1 i bi 1 in nil kill N w ille 11 v i road whleh ptssts tl i struck a trim in 1 k Ihe design of Vi ill >ewpoit R I h is 1 Robert in 111 lepieoetits the poet si i i papers artmnd hi n Ihe issue of st mtl ir 1 1 the mints during tl t 16 was Ih corresponding pen 1 Parliament ww ,r iivi commission Ihe qm i tamed no f atuies jfsj to' bftpn nrrrtittt mftli nn I Silvtodnr rn t r the latter The briCK muiiifu! ir i that after Vug th ship brick to New rk Jersey Cit) The btatue of 1 U t French ernmnit tt has armed it erected fn s It n a beautiful with pedes al is vrar n vl 1 he i 1 four sides bronze Lafajette s curcer In Ihe. team dt-f town team it th fiist port R I Hie Mon t won had tht j not been I Ihe that h i of Connecticut r un hjus bet n sohed In th hmly nf Mrs MJIU J U ll buried by her husban 1 I bar in the Harden 11 proof that the worn m suit of foul ij ut U u iu Nupoitt n it Mick -t M (infa the L jual Chares i intr f r I sh the rill furni ts TV Ijle of 1 tel the mmitteL It ih ijuok-s an 1 i dolhrs from uidmn Aug during the ist year as 1 Aug 18 bj speech con importance FIFTH ANNUAL _ OANN'ol All Hi VIH ANNUAL r to have decided uld refuse to Brooklju and by the t! I nrted states- -n. It will be M n neiguu and tin cost 1 heirs np ifc mblematit of i 1 the Morris ime at New s would have handle ippetl tl the villagers f a mouth I scovery of ihe u nlierclt lenek L Dun seems to be no ith was the re HIV JO Ye J Both the method and resulta when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver Bowels, cleanses the sys- tem effectually, dispels colds, head- aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Sjrup of Figs is the only remedy_ of its kind ever pro- duced, pleasing to the 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 substances, its many excellent qualifies commend "il to "all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Smip of Figs is for nnle in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading drug- gists Any reliable druggist who may not Imve it uu Laud will pio- cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try It Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SM FRANCISCO CAL. LOUISVIUF, KY NEW YOltf, N Y. The largest variety of SUPERFINE CRKAM CHOCOLATES guaranteed to be the finest made In the U 8 will be found at T.O CAMKKA'S Fine Confectioneiy Store, A Is that Impurity of the 1 1  ll. HOTEL DENVER ATI yrflC Cli IT N J North Carolina avo oetwaeti Atlantic! and Pacific aves Central location good ao commotlatlons at reasonable rates capacity 160 ItNUlB HFNIJRKKSUN, CHA.8 L COPE both of Trenton N J NKSIIAMINY f'AT.T.S SUNDAY CONCERTS. COMMENCING JUNlfl 16, 1890. The finest programme ot music ever oBered tbe public W X1TIS.T. Seventh Kegiment "and. Levy, 3O AJliiBTB 30 the World's Greatest CornetUt, Special Attraction Alio, Wiener's Original Troupe of Alabama Jubilee Special train frtt'X express1, 1 TICKEf8 46 CFNTS. SUFFERERS OF FRROR8 Or Special Diseases, commit Dr. l N Fin F rs eiperl 1M 7 to 10 evenings Pend for book (nealed) containing full partloulara lor home cure, oi chare .il N Fin FENTH ST Phlla Pft Tweffty eiperlenee Hours, 10 A M till P Pend for book (nealed) LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S r At almost First Cost Prices, along with a new arrival of all styles Sun Umbrellas for the hot weather, one of which Sun Umbrel- las every lady should have Also a new arrival of new Embroideries and Flonnolnga of the verj finest notarial and workmanship, at such prieeT all Ste below anything ever heard of Again, we have received another big lot of those beautiful Children's Hats and Caps, for the sale of which we hare such a wide reputation as this Go to Wallls' for a Child s Rat and It will look twice as handsome again just on ac- count of the stylish hat 1 _Jus_t reoelved_three cases more of our furious Fast Color Hosiery and many Kov oltles for the vacation time i i OPPO81IK OlfY HALL. N B. Onr goods are positively very but. Book Job donealsho.; vUcc   

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