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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey VOL. VIII. NO. NO FEDERATION STRIKE. Bad News for the Knights from Terre Haute, MB. POW DHU MILL UlttBFCL He Address in uthuiiastlt Heeling ftt Albunj and Kouiidly Scores druiid Arthttt of the Bi hood of Lo to mo- tive I t deration Manifesto. liHiu livLiL, IntL, 4J Ihe eratiun mui uill iiut be tallttl out The striin. Tnntioir TIVILS at 5 15 du) ullunuun und the council adjourned nine die I ho f allotting dispatch was at Oiii-L WHt to bidiid MahUr orkmuu Puw. derl> tiit Kuights of Labor, at Albany, N V The Dispatch to Fow-derly TbL burjreir i OULU! lj >uroed thtb Ltticfully all IW tails tin, Hie result of our (iellbera- Cluusiu liui uitfht b dispaUhut which It la hoped will meet y m aipuval Ihe comintltoe uuammouH lu ID locoiug four proposition and proiKWiULio i uf ihfc 1 executive board aDd rjjost earnestly hype Unit ibe ngbt of which you are the ohaiupiou iu MJWgreat cuuUict on York may finally an 1 powerfully i P BAUQBNT President A SBEHAW Secretary. The Irde rat Ion's Manifesto 1-he foUowmg moalfodto wua uiaued bj the supreme count il of the Lulled Order of llallwaj To ill I-ibor MBS AKD Ba On the night of AUH 2a be-Kuu uu New ui k Outral and Hud- sou Knar railroad jlvmg ab ml H.OOO men ID employ of the iwid r ad h j were member! of a organization known U SnljhU of Labur The n set forth bj Mr Ponderh chief executive of the order bi summarized UM f UOKB The peremptory of between flftv ami men i it t t u 1 i au-1 hurt hw I i it r URKNTON, TUK8DAY AFTERNOON, AUttUSL1 26. 1890. BEl RAYED BY A FRIEND. A Fugitive Murderer Captured rgui and rernuutl tneii and render th giving anj rtt. lot the road but tusefl its were unavailing Mr Powrlerly comprflieTiuInK tue puipow of Walter third vie prusllent of tbe panv to make war up n the Kulflhta of Labor 4nd ultimately ui 111 all labor organ zallous repre- Sentf 1 on hl3 r( ad KoURht a conference with eujjreme council of the bulled Order of Railway Employes The request of Mr Pov-derlv was granted to tin extent that four members of council anfl rlnef executive ofllieieaerSnomiiw him in the rltj jf Buflal vlx F P Sargent, grand ron-ster f th Brotuerhoi il of Locomotive Firemen mil I re-ll ut f Ihe supreme council George U H chief of the Brother- hood of Rjlhinj Coodu tors anil vice president of the rune council S F Wtlkeosou grand mosUr j! the BrHbiThcoi of Kail road Firemen and Fratk y (irai d of ihe SwiU.1. men s Mutual asbOiiati n Altheeonf. re nee th Mr Powderly at But lalo the mi-mb of the t, iprenw council became CM tint tl m lain ot the road by every ratijn of fair au 1 hjnorabl- treatment of labor orgai liatioim should niett Mr Powtlerlj end adopt nno Jua i lau t jr the adjustment of tbe grievance of tbe striking employes TaU coniluxi n tmuntt Wen reached the members of the suprejne coi rul m ncponse to the of Sir P viaerv eitenlej their j urney to tne cl y ot New lork to HffiiJ buch ul t Ttii la Ihulr to bring ab jut s settlement between V, niter W il t) third vice presi lent of tbe com puny that fll ml having full authority In all matters 11 i ilm U) strike and T Fovi derly ge e u n usler wirkmau of the Knights of Labor haul K the rity to negotiate such arrangements an 11 d tbe dlbi lite An havliji been secured Mr Pow- sougLl KI havwihe discharged -men heard In thetr n defeu e In the prebeuce of Mr Webb and himself This v-as a fair and honorable set- tlement of the trouble but was refused on part of Mr W ebb Tbe member! of the suprernt council while In Buffalo and the city of New York had ample opi jrtumties to thoroughly Inform themselves up n all c Deeming the (tribe Tne} aud b ard both Fides appreciated tie gravitv of tHe situation and impending consequences to laborirgii' deeiiied it advisable to con- vene the supreme c junell for deliberation and In response to the older ol F P bargent, Idem of the supreme council that body was con- vened in the cil) of Terre Ind on Salur dav Aug and remained in session until nooa on Mondaj The Council Report. In making their report to the council, members who to Sew cinter with Mr Povvd rj found all tl e statements made by 1 im fnllv e i r b rated bv the facts In an inter- view Mr 1H> ref is d to entertain anj lion looking for a settlement of the difficulty He would n t arbitrate any question nor any erplauation or c ucession whatever with regard 11 the disci argetl erapl ires He claimed thengltto discharge emiloyta at will without seeking eTplanat jn or gn Ing t the victims ot hta uU urn 1 lia-OOH for Rptinn He would inaungn his rond to suit himself with- out refirence to any rights rmlmed b> Ita em- ployes or an) rights claimed bv labor organic tl mi to interftre in the matter to protect their men bers council having heard the state- of Its m inberwh had visited i Un i u yu-iu uf aaeirtammir the true eoa ditiou of affairs exhaustively discussed every luipoitautpr positlt u and arrived at OS fillovvb Their Cuiicltnions. the position of the Knights of IJihM as set f rth by T Powderly and the general executive board of the Knights of Labor mMto with our unqualified approval Second-That the course pursued by H Waltw W ebb toward Mr Powderly Mid the Knlgbta at tjibor notwIthntawllDZ bin dpclaiatlons to eontmry eTtecMidpuipoii' labor organizations on the Kt w ork Ueutfal and Hudson ftlv-er railroad as nas tlone by AUBtH Coibln ou the Philadelphia and Reading Third-Thai the pjllej of H Walter Webb Is despotic to an extent that outiages every prin- ciple of American cltizimhlp and If generally adopted vvoull if utbiee Vmeri workingmen to the legiad d e mdltion of serfs Fourth-That II Walkr WeWi hy tire employ mnnt of Pmkerton thieves tbiigi null murderers, vile wielding from the slums and brothels ot New York and other uties to kill worklngmen because thej rlaiel to piotest against his and stnke for their rights is guilty of a crlmo of such enoi mit) as vv ill associate to the name of II WatfeT Webo forever with those dirsssd in a little brief authsiiti, have their money t secuie powei to degrade their fellow men 1 That the efToits nov. being put foith by II Walter Webb to deilroy the Knl-i 1 it I e N "r rk atii Hu v M Htvef ititiiudi ti i cii> i i 1 tl al s a la in the t raiment uf altt eUij in tin b nve a nnttrr of pubttt- L uceru that he mn v, th lu j u t> dwciur f) i Ueuwn an i h n r Icrr-rs without m or rxili it u v for htbtoulutt Ji if th fact U at the cor wl 'til i ns a t rat Ls a tiling triatr t b> In tl f wl Ich the meu ht- 1-k.s t 1 a ice which, once uill bill f cuJpLTiiLltifi t j tl e tutr 0? lit JL Ills u Hi tit .1 ihe f it er mllllouv he rrpr w 11 t to i e utul in (is )f 1 Is In f th f i ig fuLt- U> bnng the strilti to 1 tljn In thm gmt-raltxpr i n >f of the tttli n of tl e_Ki ta uf th-- of_ Vioe Incident, b in as uut-quivocall) t-on detnued The p rj rat f n tj for workmgmtn the uctn H f aut ratlt. pcwer) a hearing and t p aiding the Kolgbts of r to theatiike tx aclose upon pilnciples jf right and j intict They Cannot Strike In this the council met with failure owing to the autocratic attiiuJ f il It now becomes netessarj f >r the supreme council to BO> (hat owing to the fact that tl P order of the of Labor h D tarn rubtrof Fed- eiatlon of Railway Ernrh) s the laws of the supreme council do not p n it its ne U) aid tl Ktnghts of Labor an 1 its ludbllit> to participate in thfi etnke is now known and appreciated by Mr Referring to the A th r me council re- latlng to strlkfs the matt t u y presented an follrntfl In the Hrht p ace if the ni mben of It ul [telvvltb aljuilebeei l_un trtbut is vuru plentiful Ibe meeting tbeu brjke up Preulileiit W ebb Opinion NFW'iuUK Aug Presl dent when asked last night what he thought of the actlou of the supreme ouucil of the United Order of Hallway knipluves at 1 erre Hiulte said It was the only wise course to take Iheie was no principle Involved lu which they oould be interested i he entire trouble was local n charaitur and had nothing whatever to do with orguuiied labor Whether the Knights jf Lubor will now tako further Itepi, will niiike but little difference There ire H few kuighta in the employ of (he New Toii Leutial DIRECTOR LEECH EXPLAINS an liiteKxtlug Phase of the New Silver Loluage Law WABHiMjios Aug of the Mint I eeeh BUVB there seerus to be a gen enil misipprehenslon as to the operations of the ut-w sliver law m cane the price of should advance to paiity with gold It BUB been hn nays, "thatlasuoh the governoient will cease buying, while otl era hold that we will theu have free coinage If silver should reach Its old parity the government mould continue to buy 1 SMJ.OOO ounces a, month (ar ju much thereof ae might offered) under the pro- visions of the present law "Ihe new law not provide that pur phases shall oease when sliver reaches par Ity hut that the government shall not pay at New York THLBUUUI I10RKOH RK U I H) it illi il lh i n f i PhllllpHen the Dane Shi 1 Hotly to imeilca lu I Imi I a. prehiniKtl by I uHtuui H'l 1-1 II: from all Insult NhVV "l I k, 1 I was c nun ttnl at Cope il last sj It VMIS m idi mutihited bodj of the v packed in lime in a btates- appi useia utoica i I 'n irder Denmark vl nthe viafeund tie I mtw.1 citv an 1 to some flctitlo i i tin ar v mil ma 1 a gritv read by the local L. 11 i; lltee In failure to btaln tfact on the chief eiecutivf offlcfr f thf1 laving the ance is called au 1 in cjn t tionwith the committee seeks to an ical 1) adjust the diOr encea If failure Mill attends the eff itsloadjist tbe troublf then the supreu e c niLil convened at headquarters of tfap ruilroal fQ mis, with whom a conference Is r j tM at 1 ita Influence is exerted to obtain ut alike Just t j all If failure --till f II s cff is to remote the cause of compUIn! and t4re wiucll b> a- imAnhnQUS vQj-e les _the gn to be of inch gravity as to JiMifv a ntrl P it j rimj ti) jrdeied m whuh event tl n enil r rs of the ous orjramzaii us en 1 1 ei i the rrad where the exi 1 conductor t and !U.iuii" 1 -HijaQctuti tUeli i k, In uoiiLlusl n Mipn-m ui cl places tij n it-i high apprecialiju of th' mat Hows of the 'B it 1-alxr employe 1 r the New C ntraland Hud on River rallr al m to maintain ipiltieiLle sa Hiais the News Au? M United rep r -cut live showed Grind Work u in Piwtlerly the atch fr m Terre ilautt saj ing that the strike wcinia not be rltn 1 bv the federation Mr Powderly u 1 that it wns the first intimation he had livid of Mich action but declined to ik siijlng that it vvi uld not be pollcj for n to make no.) comments' upon it until lemllv notified He did not stem to be iv much sin pi or Allen at the suit, but went to hu supper in good i iti Local labor lea however jl etl ver) gluui and trrfilcirtly ver} the cotm- i Hajes sniii IX the dispatch t ue it means a single handed fight, with he knights doing the fighting and the I er irganlzations aiding rtn incially A Monster Mass Meeting monster mass meeting of striking em VPS vvns held at the Academv of Music s m Jit Edward J Lee presiding On wpre all the. members of the in 1 bo ly, includmg Mr Powderly Air tiles D vlln was named as chairman In lijiij, speech Mr Powderly advocated tth fttion in speech and aetloa He said n f men could be found than those of D. A. 4fi and loticey had been, asked to iv e the men brought up and examined icf ire the leaders Mts. That wni refused, and it hat they were nrunk and IncapubU He id 'oiinrt one In tn enty of the discharged uen who wni gniliv of any chnrga One u in h id been tvrentj seven years In the ompiinv B employ vras not charged vith any crime Ha referred to the state jud of meiliation and arbitration and Hid upon them to commence an Invest! iti m Cbief Arthur Scored Mr P nvdpilv. then asked if any member if thr liiothcrhood of Lticomotive Engl- i pnscnt If there was one, he p ikt to bliii niul he railed upon that i h r 11 nrriiy themselves on the ilde of i 01 ilispitt their unworthy chief It is not until P M took charge hit tilth n fftiiouq were mado ibhc The older must soon show Its hnnil dtspito its bulled thief He ex lined that the lita ling strike nat not n mist of vv ith the tuxmeers for llu KniKhts hid not oulj Kt pt thiirhindi iff but bilped them Hit- pntial road was refusing fielgbt althoiii b K wan tho law of tin state that ihoy s'l mid take all freight off rid Tho'nw ihntild disictid tntl inslend of out the milltiu the road for rufnsinu to do its tlutv Ht hoped the) would pervvtie In tin ir work untl go on as they hnve done despite othtr refusal to bplp _ Anil Plnkirtoil Mr Powderlj wns ehoi rtii1 vonfironsiy He then offered the following Re olved That it is the ensi of this meermp that the Introduction of Pinliei ton m i grams that is to say the market value of the pure silver in the silver dollar would be exactly equal to the face value of thg coin 60 that the government could lose nothing bj continuing to buj at that which the law contemplates "While this would not be free coinage and in the absence of further legislation there is no prov isiou for free coinage it would be practically free coinage for 000 ounces of silver a month that in, we would receive from depositors 000 ounces of silver und give them for it amount of monsy which 4500000 ounces would make in coin Ql course the government could not paj in excess of that rate, because if It did the value of the sih er m the silver dollar would be greater than Its value as a coin, which would a los ing Mondav the directors of the mint pur chased 460000 ounces of silver bullion at the following prices KQ 000 at 1 195, 100, 000 ounces at 11974 loO 000 ounces at 11975 Ons million and twenty thousand ounces offered The Pig Iron PHILADILPHIA Aug week's Bulletin of the American Iron and Steel Association will say V> e present in this another notable advance in the pro- duction of pig iron In the United 'Hates The total production of pig iron in this cijuutr) in the fliot eiv. months of was net tons or 4 015 837 gross tons increase of 7X net tons over the pro rincrlnn in the monthaof 1680 when we produced 4 net tons tacb im portnnt pig iron producing state shared in the increased production in the first half of 1B90 over the last hall of 18K) except Michigan and Tennessee but Michigan made more pig-iron ia the first half of this jenrtban in the first half_aJ 1889 The pro- portion of Pennsylvania in the total pro- duction m the last half of 1889 was 49 per cent, Ohio, 14 AJabinm 9.5 per cent Illinois, 7 2 per cent In the first half of ISM) the proportion of Pennsylvania was 49 i Ohio 13 2 per cent, Alabama per and Illinois 0 8 per Walked to Their Death. Aug mjsterysur rounding death of John J Hopkins, whose body w-i found floating In the waters of Mill river was cleared up last by the finding of the body of James Callahan, the Branford man who with him when he was last seen alive It was found beneath the tin bridge, nearly 4 nitle ff o u w here Hopkins body came to -surface In all probability the. menr "tor leaving the saloon of William Rose on Grand avenue, started to walk to the Cedar Hin station and attempted to take the short cut acroas the tin bridge, which to a dangerous plaoe for a sober man and L t I) alb I I t V I I If tj 1th Its lltll ts U Is I II 1 II 1 ll It lj k tl is I I I In si ut 1 ii tbt r i It I 1 til III Ills st 1 I 1 s 1 i 1 1 1 tli H sts I wl )lli tkele J_ i n i I i b i I _rettt il Ihillltv in t Vb it was ill nuts P an 1 H i 1 lU ii the bitter frt m Uttaw i wn 1 inn 1 t Until irlhtlt BittYi'l win tut nil h i Is in 1 lu th alien tl slight bun 1 1 Mil. mi m wusbi hi i m 1 ill It the and f leu LN THE CITY, Youmaca OelebTited Spring Stylea uow on Sale DUBBIN'S. 1 IIMTF-H, ill ip Ane m irt aln l lj Mstbli at th intuit and b> it 1 ft r the siason 11 t passed of nnc means Ibe alls uf this crime of which Phillips n is n iswl ure briefrj as foil jws One U Mijir vva; large film at Co[ habit on m "occasionH t hums of uinnev on his IK s was known tu out Adolf I 1 jsin I mid to His He ith One nifeht Phllllpsi u luv l i 1 Mevir into a room at his hotel to bavin Irmk and a guod time generally Ilm 1 e uufortu nate was strangled n lls mutllat ed remuius pa h itf-e In t t 1 r ins rni e lit then f 1 ivhen-- aiul-ta Copeiliwn vlert lie n eh UK 1 "i 1 ifs i I' culifts ell the i nil Jei if triel al] i Ui 1 in xne u 1 an n s u i IM U m Urtnvctl b-J u Ft HI, U t1 e tu (t the mm 1 son n w 11 utii lei nt t 11 No M Iii enwleh strepf w opt i H i sit t He cli i i- t' I i kiowi and Mivu imimitelv bavv I'll lli[ In tin tit' jester! iv u n 3 in i said Is n v ur nntm I i n Its is tl e i nisi Ad If Plillllpsrn 1 >0 llflel Jaet b" ui otiie i ked at the mm closely, in 1 'is ht i bi imt i jnv nit that he vv w irom t- nun Adt-4-f Phillip rpse vv as l trv jn a 1 for 1 1 111] sen 1 t th ll. tO e 1 up I l il p' i I! w is 1 t 1 t i 1 he I list Da} t vi r M N i 1 1 ikllu "I pr ntml II 1 t lit w II i I iblv Kave on V. edm s 1 iv f i i si i ii Mr anil Airs Mi Kit vv l 1 g tu 11 i n w s rn 1 )iui au 1 Mis H ir r s i u i tl t tbtrs will o nss n Uih tut il vvn I w is In0h totliv tit 1 resi 1 nt intend tbt vvatei and reiiminttl some tin t The Melt IiiMM itlini Denoiinoetl I M u -0 Ihe tra have takt n n hill tve r f tl i ntsaget 'the me it inspeitnn I ill nt n tu renew the clun r an i i st rl an I if Hit ntvv nltlslllp Is tliTirunrrrl Tt iiututwlst an 1 in is ilte i t to for e i rt It Is itilnn 1 th it tin tl n i n le I for will nut Hi us si ista t iv and the preth tkn is in idi tl at bud le will iirtiunlj foil w Two htilkir? In I rouble NLW KK Aug 1 rank lit llv a striking coml ict r anil Muhicl tit) u nell auothei striker were held f r tr il for an assault t innittel Ir laj un Clarence Hn] t >u ml lint K Oers re sputivclj an eu, n tr anj n swit Iniiiin emploje 1 b) the New Unlrul I ill road. 16 State Stroot. IIAn THIS MAN liongkt pinti of tht AMVRICAN OLOTHINQ TAILORING CO, wonld not h.v. how nini'li tht wind whittltd thiongh hu Ws clothing tht Boyi >nd CKildri" nith t is TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING Vt much Amu Oui gi I OVEKCOATi far 9.99, rorth US, oni 8AMPL 8UUT3, noitK VH, ftr for Okildnn'i Sniti OLOgPHING M iOB TO OKDFK Ktmtmbtr, u tht htnt he 11 tht ,-Baitrj tt with, right nloa, to U-t 3 Hait State, Cor, St Bojri' Fin' ftrtw 2Sc and We 'hf I'att r ll el sen the murduct cointuuinc itcd t hotel one of w b 11 the authurmeb at Ii When Plnllipsi office yebtcr 11> 1 0 Beirne vv hi q i antecedento H urer ot clieuni s nected with-tb in tin" i tin and remiiuetl b i i the mur 1 r that he-it 1 said that hi b n Adolf Phtmp-m told that he lo k v The Murtleier I After Philhi st sane it wan rum i monej had bin i lease and have I llns fuet In pe I le al i ut the iHled the storj to _c the 1 it barge llle 1 bet ire dell 1 bun s to bis I ula m inufact I Tommy Kelly, Jack McAullffe, Denny Costlian, Jaok Dempsey and Jimmy Car Thro. Men Silled. MULLEV, Neb, Ang fulght trains collided here, killing persons and seriously injuring several others Westbound freight had side- tracked lu allow easthouqd train to pass The switch man was unable to close the switch The oncoming train WAR signaled, hut could not be stopped The killed are John Sey mour, section boss, Mvrtle Wllgut, passen ger, and an unknown tramp In the car where the tramp was killed thirteen men were stealing a Tide The car wat smashed to atoms, one man killed and ilx badly hurt A Cotton Convention ATLANTA Ga Aug Gor don has c illed a convention of the govern orsoffllltho cotton states, to meet here Sopt lu TlIT contention was asked fui by the Georgia Stnte Vlliance in session here last week I acli govoinor m to appoint six delegates each cotton state seven represent al IMS The convention will con aider the mutter of direct trade with Liver pool ami ijuistions relating to weights, measures fi eights and the handling of cotton Jounmlist Iliown made Happy BtKFMo N Ang Albert C Drown one of the associate editors of The I xpress of this city, amf a well known mnrEiml here Ifiot ovon ing to Miss Ciirolmt Lord Miss Oxnard, of Detroit w as nun 1 of honor and Edward Marshall, of New groomsman Mr and Mrs Drown left for the east 1m mediately after the ceremony A perfect complexion, free from pimple or blemish, Is very rarely seen, few people have perfectly pure blood Antiiet. all disfiguring eruption" are easily removed by the use of Ayer'sSarnaparllla. Try It and yonr friends with the result i h is also been i n Is business lid i ui v irs u He knew about stleuuotlslv denied i -in rifimil to He. ifir n'wirifevir tt 1 he 4t-HS bten iiiticli [iki him I velv Itlentifietl In en adj in i it a Urge sum of I to secure his re i tmliferred to tins countrv Jacobs n tiMided at the office that Jie t v e identified Phil'ip Bill an tho ill Hi n mi in btirid he st u il i l 'if deft et in Phil lips-en sspi b wl fining the prisoner ako had It i- not i 1 1 elj thercfire thnt this Is Phillip- 'I munlcrerof Meyer If such shotill H tit case It must have taken somi p iwiif 1 ifluence to hiivc se cured bis reliasi fi i the. Insane iivluiu where he lu'1' liane'-1 Ihe Phillip sen at the bar, ll shows no of insanity ivln h i- il it tho only thing In his favor Hit I "lice authorities will hold Philhi i prisoner peiidmj an inquiry To I'rotrit Iv tilt old Mtn. VSIIIM TUN a repoit mitted to the hi I v Mr Caldwell of Ohio on the sil l itc bill prepared bj the committee i t r ilwajsand canals for the protection if rihoad employes It is stated that the IJ t of the bill Is to re quire those usnu r n l nd cars In the work of mterstfite tonm ru to equip the cars with such safety will not requln trait i n to go between the cars to ci ii] 1 -1 of tuiini, iia it IH uuw tho genii il i do itsultniK m much scrn i 1 nces Tronton Ilytfoian TCO Co. WATKR. Both the method and results -when Sjnip of is taken; it is pleasant and Fefreskmg to the taitp, nnd_nrffl gently yet promptly on the Kitlueja, Liver and Bowels, cleaiiaes the tern efiettualh, dispels colds liead- aches and and cine? hibitual coustipation. Sjrup of Figs 13 the only remedy of Us kind ever pro dueed, pleasing to the taste and ac- -eeptalile to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beueTicial in its effects, prepared only- from the most" healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and made it the most populir remeth known. rup of Fijs is for sale in 50c and 81 bottles all leading gists Any reliable druggist may not have it on hand pro cure it promptly for-any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept auy substitute. 'CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAH FRANCISCO CAL LOUISVILLE KY HEW YORK, fi Y Iht Invent variety of f Mr AM UKK ULATE.S guaranteed to be the finest m ule In the U 8, vv 111 be found at ANGKT.O CAMERA'S Fine Confectionery Store, 2CE SOU J. ill bt prepared on and after AUGUST J-'O S l- T.T_. Plir HOC COHMD fancy Fruits. Ice ream Soila Water Ice Cream Sodas Milk Shakes 11 nionn le alwftjBonhaud and the best that lan bi bad and These are lactn 1 rices couvenl pntforall Latest-Novelties LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S Stylish r the blood mil II Sarsipirllli Is worthy your conflilenrp It Is pecullir In tint It mil hiilldsup tho system crcitcs an apiietite, and times the digestion, while It entlloitcs disrasi Give It a trl il Hood s Simpirllla Is sold by-ill rlniRglsls Freparcd by C I Hood Co Lowell, Mass. 100 Doses One Dollar At almost first Coat Prlcea along witli new arrival of all atylos Sun Umbrellas for the hot weather, one of wliith San Umhrel IBS every Iftiiy should have Also a new arrival of ntw Enil roldonoa and FlouncmKH of the very tinoat material and workmanslni surh prices aa arc bolow HiiytlniiK over hoard of Again, wo have rerolvotl another big lot of those beautiful hllilren s Hats und Cnpn, for the sain of which wo have such n wide roritltation aa thij Go to WallU for a C hilil s Hat and it will look twioo M ImnilBtiino again jnat on count of the stylish hat1 Jnat rotelved throo eaiofl more of our famous 1 Hat Color Unitary and many Nov oltlea for the tucation tlmo f OPPOSITE (ITY HALL N B Onr goods poaltlvely TBijr boit. FROM DISTII.I.KD WATKR. AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES In quantities ot one ton of more, 50 cents per cwt. In quantities of not less than 300 Ibs., 60 cents per cwt. lUH WEItilll HUMAN ru Delivered on platform at our works, corner Lam'ierton and Lalor streets. 1 his ice is tree liom all impurities of vegetable or nimal matters, as it is made onlx. of condensed and distilled pure water We also guaiantce our Hygeia Ice to be 25 per cent better in every respect and by lar the most economical tor use. Address all communications, I1. O. nox Iflcphonc Uall No. UNO ii N I I N G ft IT OF EVERY DESCRIPOfl% DOME AT "siHOHI- NOTICE _ AT REASONABLE PRICES TIMEu ,'KlN F
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