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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey -iriiipw? VOL. VIII. NO. 2108. PKKNTON, TIlvKSDAY APTKKNOON, BKPrKMJiKU 1, 1890. TWO CKNT8 A QUAKER CITY HORROR. Three Women Burned to Death in Philadelphia OLD H inn's vr HEROISM the lout Hoi lift In an Attcmjit to Save Her Ail ipttil 1> tighter and KecoviT) of the II Uruukbn Son s Terrible H n i t, Pun Mil II I t 4 H) the explosion or fulling of w il ull 1 i n] from the hands of Ittr ill unkeu sou a vv j n her adopted daughter and hermeee 1 their lives at Iso 1 5U4 Germantowu avenue jesterday, of the IKjd I he names of the deml are Mrs Sarah Mclntjn agcdt> JCHIS Mamie Melntjre her adopted daughter aged 10 j ears and Agnes her nieee 17 years 3 o'clock tfie bodies TiadTjceu taken out lit the, b irnmg An hour be- fore when bnb Oiut or I ell of the Tenth district came down d rmantown avenue thbrsi ac tin signs of lire He hud stopped in frojat of the little clothing Hturo luuiu a light ri cvmig about inside and he peered thiough the of the door He s iw Mrs Mclntyre and her sou Charles who was apparently prep for bed Suddeulj the light was gone, as if bl jvv n out The Cry of Fire A moment 1 iter a red fell upon the glass and the cry of 1 ire rang out Gimrlcs Mclntjrc from the foot of the stairway came uut tirel Mother1 Ihe girls he screamed On the see nl U jor of No 1 5O2 nett door lived Mrs Mary Kelly and her two children She had been awakened b) the crash tif a lamp in the room of Charles Mclntjrc and set about rous ing tfau occupants of the houses Above her on the third floor was Mrs Z egeufuss am' her faimlj of four There vv is an exit fro n the rear of thistijuse down which these Uvo families passed to the ground A Heroic Uomann Sacrifice. Before leaving the house Mrs JveHy and a mm named Patrick Hagan saw Mrs Melntjre come down to the second floor Her son siw her also before he made his rush for the street The old lady remained, however but a moment The smoke was becoming dense but the childien were iluve m danger As fast as her aged limbs could take her she climbed the stairs to the third floor In attempt- ing save the glrlb she heroicall) sacrl flri 1 lirrltfu, Iitflftoen m tie explosion of the lamp the worst work of tht. (ire had b en accomplished and the firemen s task was comparatively easy Recovery of the Bodies hen the third story was clear of smoke and the flame, extinguished a ladder was hoisted Assistant Engineer Baxter and loretnau Andrews, of Engine 29 led a part) of firemen into the building sooner h id the engineer put his head in the rnom HI rl rimed his lantern than he saw a bod) stretched upon the floor Ben ling overitrhe Ijcheld Mis Melutjio in her night dress badly burned about the face and upper part of the bod) A little further between the two beds in the room, upon their backs dead weie Agues Lugue and Mamie Mclntyre Agnes was partly dressed Her face and body were sadly marr 11) the flames and she laj bent almost double with her hands cleiiuhtjd as if in fearful agony A Drunkard's Grief Mamie, 10 vpira old wns like her mother, In her night and her bo 1) as well as her hedd was frightfully burned When Melntjre learned for the first time of his fearful ber iv ement lie vv ept and then acted like a ni i nac H iw the fire originated is not known Melntjre m whose rfuin it does not appear to know BY ARBITRATION i Thai All Future Differences Between Pan- Americun Niitions Will Settled Sept he president has Bent to the house a letter from the secre tarj of state accomp inied by reports adopt- ed b) the I'm Ameiiean congress relating to tht subject of international arbitration Secretary Blame in his letter bays the act of congress approved Mi.) '1A 1888 au- thf rized the president to invite the several rther governments r America to join the Lnited States in a nference for the pur pose of discussi ind recommending for adoption some plan of arbitration for the settlement of disagreements and disputes that may hereafter arise between them In pursuince of this invitation the confer- en e he si) s, adopted three reports a definite plan o; arbitral ion for the settlement of differences bitween the American nations the adoption o: a snnil ir plan by the nations of Lurope Hi that the right of con quest e uld not bo recognised by the Amor loan nations In his letter of transmittal the presiden' that the ratification of the treaties contemplated by these repoits will cousti tute one of the happiest and most bopefu Incidents in the history of the western hemisphere _ __ Cancelling Isatuiallzatlon Papers BIDDFFORD Me Sept Ihe aldermen we revisuyj thja.check lists, and have so fa stricken from the lists twent) five name of persons who hold papo: issued b) the municipal court Over 90 more persons have been summoned to sho cause vvhj their pipeis sh ill not be can celled Shot by an ITuknovvu Mtt.) liFILTFONTF Pa Sipt 4 unknow ma.ii shot Harry aterhoUse, an Lnglisl man about 5X1 years old here ednesd i duimg nn altercation iterhouse die in about an hour The miiiflcrer was ar rented but refused to his name H is n sti anger in the pi ice IT WILL CAUSE A FLUTTER John VVurd and the Alleged Hnitlior hootl Ulou AlutilKUtn itlon WASIIIM IUN Sept 4 John ar I tip tain of the Plivers I club, has arriv hert fium I hlladelplila, while hi attt n lid the meet f tlie base ball inaiiafetri the Lulled Piess dispatch which aiparid to foru ha low the consohdatio i of the Ann 11 between tire Iea0ue and asuociatiau II c proposition for ill interchange of games betw en the two oiganuations after the close of the chain piGunliip season w is it is said defeated b) the vote of the Baltimore club 1 lie Play era' le igue was represented at thecjnfer ence by President Al Johnsjn of Cleve- land Secretary Hruuell and John M Ward President Phelps C Von dtr Vhe and Treasurer V> Intuker of the Athletic flub repiesented the association theother clubs being represented by proxy I he LOU f in nee was called at the bulges tion of the Plajers league and certain propositions were mad The Plajers are slid to be desirous of forming an offensive ind defensive alliance with the association but that is a position the association dele atcs refuted to entertain It was then uggested that there be an interchange of anies after the regular season and that iet with some favor but when it ame to vote it was defeated bj Hre ballot of the altimore club which Is sal 1 to be con by Charles Byrne of Brooklyn NEWS IN BRIEF IHE VIEWS OFVERMONl. Mr Edmunds Says His State Is Against Reciprocity MrKS GIT BrMHT. SENATOR QUAY ATTACKED Oil In Ittuubll Abtolutely Pure. A creum of baVlng powder. Hlg Mt of in 8. Go 4whn ..Sden owiensed TelegraraH Gitliered from ous Places A mob siirrounled the Lnited States Cation in Uuatem ila Lit) shouting Death to Yankees but nude no attempt o injure Minister cammed home New York Central officials one witness for the Knights of Labor nd adjourned till Fndav HmtMt.ll h is suit his submission to ie propag in la wlieh is now consider H is enough H a soap manufacturer of J ended a spree by commits ng suicide in Gees hotel at New 0 S Campbell defeated H Mocum r at for the tennis t liam v.menci Hoinrt uiIHiIlde LfaledCaMii rtu 1 IljelsOll in tilt eliaui lonsbip doubles Mr O Brien has been rvcl nth a writ in the action fi r libel brought gainst him bj Lord Rt turns' from 5Vi out of I 002 townships n uk insisuheKiglelDem (forgovernor mthi Bimp_ two v tars ago If the same ratios intinues s majority will reach (.1IOJ Dr M Gljlin sivs it is not true that he l t i tl Henr) George single nv moss e d Border After adopting 1 it firm the national coufcreuce ad ed sine d e nb') man Mullone's declarations i l n 'rt sMnan Me nfNewJerse) nt of I nchburg i and that e li ts tin it line la home there f r three >r ft iir jure is authoritative1) d ined bj h t 1 1 ir of a paper in that cit) whoBijs Mr h us i l Ljuthburg n -t lha i ihr e times in as mauj tllli nig i his wife s parents live there o the Tunnels Completion Mf M M Que Sept 1 Ihe n ef the lailroal tunnel under the St Liar river between barnia Ont and Port Termoiit s Legislator GUes His Views on an Important Stm ator rvaita on Shipping and Mr Criticism W ATO I si, lot. 4 the senate a resolution tLTtrtl 1) Mr Call declaring the sht ting f f den Hurruudia an insult to the Amwieiui f! ig iuts referred tfl a com mittee Iht tarlft bill was taken up and the sugar a hednle diseussed Extended speeches n liie j, neml sirtjjfcL of pi jlec- tlon were n lie b) Messrs oor bees and Oni) session to speeches on the bill Mr Fillnonds Against Itectproctty When the tai iff bill was taken the under Mr Edmunds addressed the senate Com Ing to the question of reciprocity Mr munds rt called the histor) and the practi cal optr injurious as he claimed, to this of the Canadian reciprocity treatv of Ib54 <v He spt ke of the reduction of the duty on coffee dttntsa pound m and stated on the authoiitj of the American minister to Brazil tl at as soon as that reduction was kuuwu at Rio Janeiro the price of Coffee there was put up 3 cents a pound The same thing occurred he said two "years afttiward when coffee was put on the free list I xpenence has shown from that da) to this that the American con sumer had profited nothing whatever from the taking off of that duty But on the other hand the United had lost nearly ?1 <0 000 000 which 't would have re- ceived from the dutj on Brazilian alone The Stand of Ana practical farmer and farmer s son he thought that the farmers in the region wheie he In e 1 ii ere not extremely hungrj and that he as one of their es should gj into an) thing of that kind now If the dut) of i cents a pound were now taken off of sugar he did not believe that the price of sugar would fall 3 cents a pound. It would be apt to turn out as The Hitlt i VV, Kln of an tan s MI t The hmn: passed bill to refill il LI anting of leases nt Hot bpnuis Ark bill for a bridge t r ss Jie bavammh bv tht dtorpiaand AUanticrail roal Ihe I ut u Hieckinn tisuwas taken up 111 1 liseussed with s it aeri Dtouv but with ut action Mr the chair Mr Berlin S J argui J in favor of the uns tinj, (Mr Breekiinulgi dtpietu th issas fiinatiou f n c iiccnti l ure as an insult to the hoi nounced senitonil collrlesj leged that it h 11 become a stt- nostrils and a I v word in the n the honest i inu us ot fhe laiifi a cloak behind which ignorant gaut wealth ean purchase its w n< V, V agent r shot t Hi llOUB Ilf un f I I U He C 411 1 them tei ?td me is Hi de in I al 1 in the fall n ik s 1 an P coffee had turue 1 out He did not vv ant to be led int i putting sugar on the free list on what he believed to be the fallacious and illusive idea that because sugar was now 2 cents i pound cheaper in London than m i-orJu it. tSen- be the, same price in both places But even if the wholesale price of sugar did fall b) means of the removal of the duty the price at the grocer's would not fall The Reciprocity He Does Favor hen he looked at auj Central Amei lean or South American state he thought that any one hundred average people in North America during the last ear con sumedniorc of the products merchandise toon and i lothhig. that go to make up the aud uud happlucji of man kind thuii an) one thousand average pco pie in the Central or South American states Ih refore, the expectation of the United Stites being able to dispose or a large increase of its products there was, m his opinion one of the greatest lllu sions that brilliant men or sober states men had latel) fallen did not mean b) thai however that he laut willing and glal to tr) it on the plan of receiving am of the products of those countries which the Lnited States did not produce and giving to them products which the) did not produce Mr. Morgin'a Reciprocity Amendment Mr Morgan next spoke in support of the amendment heretofore proposed bj him as a substitute for Mr Aldnch s reeiprocit) amendment It provides for a duty of 8 per cent ad v alorem on corn wheat rye barle) hay straw potatoes, cotton, live domestic animals aud on asses, mules and horses nnd that when such articles are exported a premium of 3 per cent shall bo paid on their value to the owner He opposed the reeiprocit) amend ments and slid the effects of them would ie a surrender to Great Britain, because they would applj to sugar molasses hides and coffee all of which were largely pro ir and then hide its cowardlj hea 1 111 n d the shameless protection of vuh tie pistol li iji llit 1 k it i Urmn h i suit vrith Hi n us i >n spuudent will t U Tin lit I liulra Ilvliiv N State llief lein iciaLiuu ra rs _at tllli Intelst lie fun were well t( ntesteil Capt iters vs on tl e met f r stalhenb who had never 1 tatctl I) His bent tlmrn is 8sl{ Ihe nuisei) stakes wert won b) Sunshade Paul in lint Him il'j Ihe race for btalliens with mt reel r Is better than 8 80 was won h> Sunrise Patchen best time, 3 26 To Aibltiate the Brick Boycott. Ntvv bept 4 invitation of the state b lard of mediation and arbitration the board of walking delegates of tG> building trades met the former last night nn 1 i tri d to submit the question of the brick htjiott A similar invitation was sent to the manufacturers association who replied that the matter would be given attention Chicago Carpenters Win. Sept 4 1 he carpenters'strike inaugurated 1 uesdav is to all appearances alread) ended At the headquarters of strike committee of the carpenters council it was stated that fiillv men had re- turned tow ork at the rate of pay and denial ded and that not over 600 men now idle on account of the strike Presidential WASHINGTON Sept president has sent to the senate the following nomlna tions John Ross of the District of Columbia to be commissioner of the Dis- trict of Columbia vice I G Hlne resigned James Bradv Jr of Massachusetts to be ollector of-t-UKtotns-for thn d strict of-Tall Uver Mass Umbrella inri VR.H-IO Hmporlnm FALL AND WINTER C 3 I J-i i N I 'N C 3 Saturday, Aug. 30. CORRECT STYIKS. IIMli- 15 Stwte Street. I1AI) Bought nil tht AMFRTCAN CLOTHlNGI AND 00., would not how wind through hu clothing Okildni witk del i u bee i is and bi u m his s it and ii i i puritv ji i IIIL the hi up 1 H i i fn m i ai-.c 1 w it i inMinv he 1 lein u d in L siiould i the i v I l ihe I 11 lied 1 iti of US ar rive Huron Mich is looked upon by the Grand duced in British colonies n k railroad officials as the greatest ntein iti >nul event that has taken place n v iis r laborate preparations are being i It to m ke tlie lormal opening or me ibttn uicin link between Canada and the t i itt 1 bt nes the occasion of a grand dem list-nun I ver) effort will be made to 11 e the rt public represented by President Hi nsi n and as many members of the can leave Washington will bo represented by Lord of Preston, and Sir lohn Mac I n ild "Hid his cabinet, and the governors jl tht lifferent states in the Lnionwill Us b i iv ited to participate Piime Recent "Worsted MnvnuD Mass Sept was plei ant weather and a fast trat k for the -e i M 1 dnj'b rices of the circuit meeting it Hampden park Belle Hamhn and lustina were driven a mile to beat then recor 1 but a break after reaching the half nile spoiled what promised to lower it ho mile w is done In y 18 Mambrmo u 1 beat Prince Regent for the -H imiidi 11 thft2 22-Bhis Tie limenaK.il" 218 2 1T% and 2 20 He Killed Ills Successful Rival N Y Sept (_ il tt has Ijeen assassinated near Ferns t b) Alphouz Shackett, who crept up to C ollttt s house and without warning e 11 t ed ttie contents of a shotgun into Go! I tt s head Shackett was arrested shortly ft i and Ins examination began today ha lilt was n rejected suitor of Mrs Col lets and he BVV oie vengeance against Col lett who successfully wooed the lady Hi vinv Pa Sept 4 almost nude boih of a joung woman, apparently about J" )ears of age the features much distort i 1 w is found m the Schuylkill canal dam, BIV i tl miles below last evening It is believed that the skull is fractured Ihe woman n mt known City officials a t making in investigation The body lias the ce of being m the water o' h nst ton din The Lutheran Cli lutnnqua l NVAii Md Sept 4 The fifth annual reunion of the Lutherans of Mary! mil Virginia West Vnginla, mm aud Pistnct of Columbia attracted 20000 visitors to this place Special trams ar rived from points and the reunion proves IX) be a great success Special religious ex ercisis followed and tho Lutheran Chan tauqua was organized Several addresses were ni.de b) prominent delegates and officers of various societies, elected Views of Messrs oorhees and Evarts Mr Voorhees said the tariff bill was full of nuggets of gold for the manufacturers, but was agbaiteu of fiulfc the poor man as the tree that was cursed by the saviour Most of Mr Voorhees speech was devoted to a vivid and picturesque denunciation of the McKmley bill as the anti Christ of all preceding legislation Mr Evarts next addressed the senate He deplored the downfall of American commerce Lnder the weak and wicked policy of navigation and trade no steamers started from American ports, and no steamers of American build and owner under the American flaz penetrated into any foreign ports Ever) effort to ex tend foreign trade that had been made b) the Republican party had been ridiculed and denounced and had fmled_soiely from Democratic opposition Mr Evarts nent on to speak of the various reelprocit) amendments and to criticise them as being -objectionable the favored nat ion clause of international treaties He con eluded b) saving: 'Make jour tariff as thaite right JLot others swkotaoiw as they think right And when )oil rt ach as England has reiched, the position that you can devour the substance of other na tlons better b) fwe trade than you can pro serve your own substance by protection, then change )otir laws Senator Gray Takefl the Floor Mr Gray said the bill had Issue 1 from the house of representatives with the in dorsement of a great but its leadeis ana guides, who had attempted to scale the frigid Alpine heights of ambition had found their followers lagging far behind and were now seeking (properly enough) to reform their tlms-oti n hj irer -plane niitl to meet the demand everywhere comingup for a freer and larger commerce and for a greater measure of exemption from tion He c miplimented Mr Hale on his amendment which meant nothing less than absolute flee trade throughout the western htnnsphere from the Arcticocean to Cape Hoi n mi hiding Cuba, Poito Rico and (if necessary) Canada Mr Hale c nrei tc 1 the statement as to Canada mil sail that ho had never had any intuition if imlulmg that countr) 'Then said Mi u our proposition is onl) lesstomp In IISIVP less promlsin and less statesmanlike than I had sup posed A Toiing I'l.ll UxvnnriT Asm 1U I'M if N I are M Cloveribile UvuusofilKt of Phil idel phia wasdrowni Ion I) tin upsetting of ins canoe in pond, Spring Lake 11 ach iri li ill I now a 1 )nest to re I c uise one who i i f ises to seek 1 can and that 1 leader of mv r tfbiiji vrrruld know vv liether he chairman of committee are i tlat the) have i ch ractcr and and I do know charges Matt it and ntither k opportunit) chaises I do I tibliean leader 1 ait) at whose I1 them as in sit) or he oweil "t aside fruui its lone either and u i Hi mi hul 1 1 u in the e t ul ich I 1 "I i, I is s self mi i ih m an 1 11101 t i out t with crmiis and m s 1 menu if kiiilu In Vju1 1 1 iv e been Ull lei 11 1 Is 3t ite mtie 1 01 i him the fullest i puulshn i it This u m is a Kc( i if i remain silent Is it ju main in mj se it silt is accused of crimes for vintiic ition is a K Republican the n e party Neither ileeel permit me to do so I 1 the charges ma le u the national Kepub i true OF false out I du k been made b) journ u- standing af-iln and n that in the face of tl Quay has rein uue i sought nor attcn 11 it to vmdic ite himself f know that is a bu ll he owed it to th L.P t head he w is either t t famiesor to prove t i If to tint pirtj lj si leadership He lias n )t for this I denounce him 'The Kcpui lican ut umot afford to follow the le id of a I r lei criminal He has failed to jn tifv hi n elf, and though opportunit) and amp e tune have been given bin he reman s lent His silence under such cireumst i itis is the confession of guilt A.n he u iral I m in does not long dally when his bun i issailed tnn Inry T J if) ttlR hoi innocence a id lie st in Is i convicted cnrn inal before the b u i f I it lie opinion Un dersuch iircum-t 11 should be driven from the lie id rf a pain whose verv life his presence mi] nK The Republican party has done en ub for its pretendet leader Let him re lele-ited to the rear It is no r i q ttsii n of his vindica tion, it is now u q i tiou of the life of the party itself Jeiiie} Meet. AsBUitY PAliiv N I Npt 4 Iho sur vivors of the Iwentv t nth Isew Jersev volunteers hold the lit t rt union since the civil waratKeyport in the armory of the RariUli guuidn Geu S Stryker of the New hr National guard delivered an oration Gin John C Pat- terson Maj lames 11 I IndgeWheeler Rev H G Smith 11 1 rechold Senator Henr) M Nivm I 1 mnd Wihou aud William C f I i nkljn also spnk. ftfe tlie 1 utitenrTetil Georg' Waling I the N v York polni He has pfi Few oh lldren can be Induced to take physio without a straggle, and no drugs are extremely nauseating Ayer's rilln, on the contrary, being snear coated, are by I he little ones, and are, blumnnolo His cheap Themother likes It thfl j It keeps her boys at home Hires'Root Beer The gormandizer likes it because It Is fine The workman likes it beovuRe It qnonphen his thirst, enriches his blood and Btrenethens le the vet i ins it il fc IIr the old re Tim nl wu i irch th it 11 tcdct i Ired veterans o tint' i'o Sure H you have rnide up jour mind to buy Hood's Sarsaparlll id i t bo induced to tuko any other A Hosti n 111) whose example is worthy Imitation It Hi IK r experience below In one store win ro 1 Vi cut to buy llooil Sarsaparilla the clerk trli cl to imluce me buy their own instead o( II oli lietoldmplliflr 3 would last longer, thit I might take It on ten 10 Cct days' trial, that K I did not like It I nee I not pay anything, etc But ho could not pievill on me to cnange I t< Id him I hid taken Hood's Barsaparllla know whit it wii, vv is satisfied with it, anil ill l not want any other When I begin tikliiR Hood's Simpinlh I was feeling reil mhorilile with djspopsli, and so weak thit it times I could hardly llood'u ntftnd I porsfin In consump- tion Hoods cjarsipirllla did mo so nun h good that I wonder it myself somotlmrt and my friends frequently speik of It Mns ELLA A GOFF, 61 Tt rrico Street, Hoitt n Oaroaparilla Hold by nil f 1 flli for Prnparod only bj C I HOOD ft CO Apothocarlei. Lowoll Mam 100 Doses One Dollar Both the method and results when bj rup of figs is taken; it is pleasaSt and refreshing to tlie taste, and acts gently jet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sjs- tem effectually, dispels colds, head- aches and and cures habitual of Pigs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro- duced, pleasing to the taste and ac- ceptable to the stomach, prompt m its action and truly beneficial m its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the moat popular remedy known bv rup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading drug giats Any reliable -druggist who may not have it on hand will pro- cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAH FRAHCISCO CAL, LOUISVILLE, KY HEW YORK, H r. The lament variety of SUPERFINE CHFAM CUOUOLAfB.1 Buarontocil tobothoflimt made in the U S will be found at ANGKT.O CAMERA'S Fine Confectionery Store, BJ..RK3EX, TRENTON, N J fancy Fruits. Ice Cream Soda Water Ice Cream Sodas Milk Shakes Lemonade Ac. always on band and the best that can be bad and made These are facts Prices convent ent lor all Special Notice. Tlie l.uliea will find at all tlie late arrivals in Woolen Yarns, among which wo Ingbl) recommend the following famous kvoiite brands Best impoi ted German Knitting all best Spanish Yarn, in all tolois, best Saxony Wool, all colors, Knitting Wors- ted, all i.olon. inipoi ted Zephyr and Zephyr Goununtown only in von bMt Likewise we call attention to 0111 ato< k of Fall and Wmtci Under wiai, Cliildruin Outfits, Clnl dri-iin' Cloaks, Coats and Hats nnd Caps loi tht Fall wear Vu) latest handsome, stjlts, wai ranted made of the best materials and superior w nikmanthip Fall Kid Glous, oisets, fine Miielm Ilndeiweai, At cU All new goods Fhie TTnibielhiH, cnrHess One lot fine Gloria Um biellas, whith sell at we are now selling at eost, }ts, tiulj eost, onl) 98c Call and be coin UK eel OPPOSITE CITY 6 EH I TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING At much li Philadelphia pncir. Oni glut Itkdart SAMPLF OVKROOAT8 for worth our BAMPT.r' SullW, vronh (14, for for Tfftt Md SaiU CLOTH ING MADE TO Ofil'FR. tan II Ix t hon-; u, Ud A 1 Trontcm light along K I C 1 A TSf 11 9 Rtatu HOT WArren Ico Co. FROM WATKR. Will be prepared on and after AUGUST 90, i'O FROM DISTII.T.HIJ WATKR. AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES In quantises of one ton or more, 50 cents per cwt. In quantities of not less than 300 Ibs., 60 cents per cwt. I Ul I WUGIIl tiUAl tAN m Delivered on platform at our works, corner Lamberton and Later streets. This ice is tree from all impurities of vegetable or annual matters, as it is made only of condensed and distilled pure water. We also guarantee our Hygeia Ice to be 25 per cent, better in every respect and by far the most economical for use. Address all communications, (X rolephonc Call No. one 100 the stock of w WINDOW or Prices lower than In Philadelphia or New York Fvery machine fully guaranteed of dlfftrent machines free WHITE CYCLE CO., BROAD 118 NORTH BTnEHTl 1KENTON, N J There u not now nor hu there over neau u M DHJKiNPON'S MHiniOINBS. Twenty experience The Ones! mate thp mont skillful oowponnrtlng "BALSAM OF BONHSm for onghii, Colds, Oonp and Althrni, FKVKR AND AGUE AND MAI ARTA (JUHR. 'PKKUVIAN DARK the kuuetlnr and ilrflnirthener Twenty-one JKV THKM, Broad Stroot Fhannacy. A lOo. BTIUK. FOB 60. The Ohdwlnff Qnm that ii made A Bimnd, tt J- 1- 'fcs, nd Marhst Bt. SUFFERERS OF YOUlHFUL EHROBfl Or Speolftl oonRnlt ,i Dr. I 339 N FInKFNTH Phlla Pa Twenty years experience Hours 10 A M till 1 p M 7 to 10 Pend for book (waled) containing (all particulars (or (raw, tree of

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