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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               011 VOU VIII. NO. 2118. DION BUUCICAUI T OF AD tiovc was but n i ma u pnn s l i l i i L DKMI HomtLuilt there i I he Great Playwright's Life Drama Is Over PNFl MOM I Hit FATAL MALADY. The. Long uiiil Iteraarkable Career of Hun tthu "Kip nn Winkle" ''Lundin The Ilttwii' aud it Score uf OOitsi I'luyi. Ntw Vpt Bouilcault, actor diamatHt and lltterati ur, died at Inn hcjine In eat tiftj-flfth street about r> 15 jeRUrda) afternoon aged 08 jears Hit dntet cause of his diath was pneumo- nia Hi ujis attended in Ins last illness by Dr Delafleld, of No II Went 1 w e n t y ninth street Mr Bouci c a u 11 had beeljj verj mclc for more? than a jear He s u fl e r e d from heart trouble and in August last he tailed on Dr Del afield wlioTraw once that it was only a question of uuLCiCALLi a short time when this malady would prove fatal, and Mr Boucicault Inmsdf recognized the fact that he was a doomed man In spite of his phjslciau's advice last week he journeyed to Dal j 8 thc-ater where Sol Smith Kussell was per fin mmg his play A severe attack of heart dim use ensued, and he was compelled to km e the theatre Last Saturday he went to the Madison Square theatre to make prc paratlons for continuing his bohool of It was raininff in torrents and he caught a ti rrible cold Pneumonia set in and r ndi d his remarkable career The last per son he recognized was his wife, profession- ill v known as Louise Ihorndyke Mr Career I hi rp can be no doubt that in the death of Dion Boucicault the light of a great and wonderfully veuatile genius has gone out A must dramatist, and-an actor ul protean talents, it is idle to den> to liimucault the measure of his deserving Mr Boucicault was born in Dublm, Dec 1S2J His father was a refugee from h runce and his mother a Dublin woma.n He not over 16 years old when he be in to attract attention by the spirited wnj in which he played Irish roles A lighter foot, a more tuneful voice and a more cafcliy "humdr "hao! "nolT'slruck tfie piovinoe In many a year A Great Hit at Eighteen He was still A stripling uheu he isbed the world with London the plaj abmeall others, unless it be "The with winch his name will Ije associated in the future W ell might lie speak the familiar verse, "1 ou d scarce xpect one of my when Charles hhnt a blushing youth of 18 before the curtain He was greeted with wild cheers, aud scored a great tn u in ph. 'ihere is no doubt that Boucicault was helped in the writing of London As- surance" by the suggestions of John lirougham, but that generous fallow gave honest credit to Boucicault as the real au thor to whom credit for it belonged Hli Mi trlmonlal Tronulen. The success of 'London Assurance" 1 rought Boucicault to London He was borne up of success He was attached to the Princess' theatre under r ontract w ith Charles Keane, who gav e him a year to adapt-Prench plays "Lotus XI was one of the plajs which he wrote under this coutract and it was played with success by Keane and Ellen Tree in 1856 On the death of his first wife he married Miss Agnes Robertson, the adopt daughter of Mrs Charles Kean Six children were the result of this marriage, it ended in disaster He was accused of and beating her, and m the pro- ceedings for divbrce which she brought she made terrible charges against charges which he denied with tears Before his family skeleton was aired Boucicault was everywhere hailed as a prince among good fellows He spent his moiiej hkeirlurd He as- witty, sociable and attractive, and as a conversationalist he had few equals His marital troubles estranged many of his friends HU Plays. Boiicicatilt himself eonld not name all Hie plays which had corne from his pen, but he once gave a list of those which have survived aud it is as follows London "Used Up 'Irish Heiress Old Heads and Young "Love and The Willow Love m a "Corsican 1 aust and 'Louis Jiinet "Life of an 1 btieets of New "Jessie "Octoroon "Jeannie Rawn "Arra na "How Loved 'Hunted "Long otukt "Flying "Af- ter 'Kip Van "Lost at Foul "Dnd4y O "Forbidden "The Jilt" and "The Tale of a the last of which was re- centlj produced by Sol Smith Russell 'J hese thirty five plays were performed on an average 1W nighM each by their first ruu, exclusive oT teVlvgH KIRtTepraduc- tionfi, making about nights It has In eu calculated that during the last twenty e ears there has not been a single night on which someone of the immense reper toire of this dramatist has not bsen plaved tithir in the United States, Gieat Butain ILU Auhtralin. It is estimated that the pub lie have paid to sue his plajs ncted An indefatigable frtudent, a hard and qulik worker Who lover! Ini work better th in any recroation, a h-ud hitter and gcneious forguer, a man who knew human mil ure through and through and vvhn could catch it on bib and burnish i in his imrriitMble acting n ron not likelj to bi another THE BASEBALL WORLD At Nen >otli 1 11- Br I 1) n Hi i lull N 1 ik i I-vu l 1 11 1 i 0 1 i 1 0 l rk 1. Ii II u I 1 i llellill a i I L! uluiil 0 0 1 u 7 0 0 0 II 1 Base tub. (iii'lni I 1" IilMnn. Ifvelaul 1 I ni. H Hat in and Hum liti Haul ivi d yumu National Louguu At I I BKO i 0 1 3 0 0 moiiuull 0 U II I) 1 U 11 HH UlU Cliii.nK 8 L1 t liimi.0 1 LiuuuiiaLl d Batlei Klttililg Multuny and Ktfeiuiii hi cun 1 3- 1 8 1 1 10 4 0 5 J 0 0 8 1 1- rrori I ui_) and rKKNTON, AFTERNOON, ARRESTED IN IRELAND. Messrs O Bnen and Taken to Jail Dillon THEY DIED K, le FOR LOVE I "..u. tl im MM HI SADE A to Htiak I tho Trip to limrltu and jit O Iliitud Cain- Huveiul 1- o America. i 6 0 0 0 I ID nti II In n nii bteln Hutch I Ki euau nil L m i i ill 0 Ba-M- I Its Chimir t> II i I .XI Camiunit-i j JJalL tna >n an 1 an Atlautou U (hxhltiUluii K levclanl IlUslurK 1 10 IU lln Cl velaud 10 Pitlnhurg Errors 1'utsburff 8 fiattenea Yotmg and K rm I tullijjs itud iKoii. The attendance follons I'laj ere' 'i i rk J Olen ind 1 OOU Atlantic Ansorlrttion L 1> IM.HUIJ Ixbau n fi uai k 0 hits I K) ai n 10 New Ji 'J Lrrora Lebauf n u N (tirk 4 B biuith urid MtCiiitrey HiiJ Mini Harrisbutg 5 >ew Haveo 1 Busr-in t, Harrisburg 5 Nen Ilaveo C Errors II irrisbuifj i liaveo 1 Biilteiles Cux buuiiiieii and Jenuiugrt Gillitatid aud Hofford NEW ers one die HII didn t w int t her en tt d a just bt t n MI i aa nt n ti it Ing then st t room al tl w! in iin 11 n i u a  IH to be untten for and Harmon aud Bdruitt to hold about the sauic position that h( now occu of a sort of companion to the champion will recehe a guarantee and per ceillage of tile profits 'I went} four weeks uill be bpftit In Australia and tin colonltb andtHc-nt) six weeks lu K inland Jlhej Sin Kranci8Cf> 1 next i he fauccebb of B picseut seems to induced him to definitely abandon the A Big lialliuacl Consulldlitlun. Sept Piltsburg, iiiLinnati, Chicago aud bt Kali IN coutpdtiy lias been formed bj the cou itioii of the Pittaburg, Cincinnati and it Louis railroad compan} the Chicago -51 and Plttslnirg H ulroad company, the Jeffersonvllle, Mmilsun and Indianap olis Ilailrojwl compan} and the Cincinnati ind Richmond Railroad company The huts heretofore operated b> these com pjnics on and after Ot 1 1890, be t] ited b) the new organization Ihe >il jvuug oflicera were elected George B president, office Philadelphia, J N McCnllouuh, first vice president, office i'ntsburg James McCrea, second vice pr ii k lit, oiTice Pittbburg Thomas D -1 i third president and comp trouii ifict. Pittsburg John E Davidson, r. tsuti r nffice F-itLsuurg, S U Liggett, tn ar> olhce Pittsburg Stephen W I He secretary, Philadelphia, Ji.-  Rayson wao was r> the money, all from New York, s HI tested here on the charge of at> e ipln to swindle the bookmakers who p I 'a es in the-Horthern portion of the 111. BS Monte by tap ins the telegraph wires They all gave hur i its from Xew York, and nt i ni itcd that they were in the employ of u ties The operators say they IV JMl 1 "0 plt- (lar, Imoman and ic womnn ifoO A house was rented on cnth street, northwest about ten squares mm where the pool rooms are located, Siit f r the bungling work of the lineman n I ippnii; the wrong wires, a big haul on Ii lioo .makers would doubtless have ecu nnule I r ipoHKil Print Cloth Curtailment. Pl.'iMDFM t R I, Sept print "1) h mum facturers have about decided to i inU with lall River manufacturers and in ul production shutting down for ivtj unurs dining October huch action led as necessaiy, as with the print iji'th i idustry 111 its present condition, seems la [Be ouly effectual (MI; of remedyiu8 ulTaiia Providence inufai Hirers may agree with Fall River in n ufauurcrs not to sell 84's for less than 1 16 cents, but no decision has yet boon eiclieil on this point Xo-lltt CuuiitAd -hy PnllffAmATi Nhtt Sept Grant has itaktttr to the police commissioners i Ii -uu the report of the health board i i i ui ing tiie woik of the federal census i i 11 in tins city The mayor says it such MM i inline ration as the board of utltli suggests is, in his judgment, neces i) for the purposes statistics Hud I her i ublic matters and asks that a suffl iput number of policemen be detailed to pi ike n complete count of the population Cintnil Stilknrs Want Work. IMW bept was a rush j' of Lubor strikers to the Grand liMidal depot yesterday, the executive uniiid of District Assembly No hav ingfoimiill) declared the strike oft Gen inl Mi] irnitenclent Voorhees told the nun thit the road was well manned at prtseiit mid that all he could do for them to take thi'lr namis aa applicants for and refer them to the division super inteiiilentR M  has been served with a Rum nions and complaint at the instance of his wife, founsily Kitty Blnnchnrd, who al leges that her husband has not supported hei m thtce years Mis Raukiu does not seek a divoiee, but moldy demands that her husband shall support her Btieet Car Strike In Salt Lake City SAIT LAKF, Utah, Sept general strike has been inaugurated on the electric street oar and lines of this city. Ooorgti N. Picker, Nofl. 330 and 588 Pouj street, opposite Ewlng nothing but Upper Le- ttish Ash White Anh I-AlghOoil. Ttfik Mr I'lLinell MIIJ to I oMx N Si pt Ul Iht sudden ai rest of the Irish lea ers Vi llllain 0 Lirleu anfi Jolin Dillon just before thetl dcpaiture fur Amerua gnes rise to a of speeulat) IH as to the which has Inspired the tu enter upon this new crusade against Nationalism r rom w ill infoi med sources however, we learn that the if which lias caused such surprise to the public is the result of pressure btoujiht to beat upou the govern meut by the Irish lones lio feared that Mr O'Brien was arranging a campaign against socr il large estates similar to the one so successfully carried out on the Siulth 13ai i y lands at 'ijupmmy Barry's gttittt enables depopulation of his domains, but there are many cases m w Inch such an exodus would mean ruin to the landlords Mr O Biuu nis also credited with the inteutunof utilizing the distress caused bj thi i ntato blight us a means of stirnng up feeling against the landlord sjstem, which would bt charged with the respousi- bihtj lorkeipuig the people too poor to accumulate the few pounds required to help them through an occasional bad season To Present tlie Tour The suggestion to nip these schemes in the bud by a wholesale jailing of Mr O'Brien and his frrcnde, on general charges of technical violation of tin law, came fiom the Dublin castle authori- ties, but as readilj acquiesced by becre- tarj Balfour Doubtless a desire to pre- vent the proposed American tour of O'Brien aud others had its weight among the It iding to the arrests, but this Is not believed to have been the principal incentiv t Mr O Brien s tup through America and Canada did not have sufficient effect to justlf} anv great apprehensions Nationallnts Are >ot Discouraged. The Nationalists are not at all dismayed by the new turn of events, m fact, they arealread) cl mmug that their cause will be all the si on account of a renewal of LngUncl's proverbial tactics of persecu tion confldentlv predict that Amer lean liberality nil) be greatly "stimulated b} wlmt Las occurri-d If this is realize d the government ma> find that In attempt in ii M rankle thp league it has succLtdetl m tu It ficfeh strength and a longer 'ease of Itfe The consensus of imperial opinion as gathered in the tiubs aud other resorts ieems to be that the govirnment has entered upon a course in which experience shows that there is little prestige to be gained Parnell May Come over Mr Parnell has been counting upon great results from the proposed American stump- ing tour as he is nervously anxious to tiuve a large fund raised for the importaut elections of WJl and it is thought possible that he will go to the states aud deliver a series of appeals himself if Messrs O'Bnen, Dillon and others are kept at home The Government a Charges. The charges on which Mr Dillon and Mr 0 Brien were arrested are conspiracy and inciting the tenants on Sisith Barry's estate not to paj their rents Mr Dillon's arrest was made at Ballybrack He was at once hurried under strong guard and with the utmost secrecy, to the railway station Mr 0 Rnen s arrest was made at the Glengariff hotel in the presence of Mrs O'Brien Ihe charges against Mr O'Brien are based on speeches made by him at Limerick and Tipperary, in which, it is al- leged, he advised his auditors not to pay rent. Warrants for Others. arrants have been issued for the arrest of Messrs Sheedv and Condon, members of the house of commons, Mr Patrick O'Brien and Rev David Humphreys of Tlpperarj and Air Dalton Ihe Parnellites anticipate a general raid following tod iv's arrests with a view to suppressing tlie league, and Mr Parnell has arranged for an early meeting of his followers m London Messrs I P O'Cbu nor and James J O'Kelly will probably take the berths on the Teutonic engaged for Messrs O Brien and Dillon ist i 1 1 ui i n th bit wlmli 1 himself TCI Purrli HI WH K t tai. iltu It N Hi Ut 1 th N illi ml Ih i iki 11 1 tin i road stati n un Ii i seems to 1 i 1 ill tion of tl rl lh( a tnss wns i tnllie H rived hi le from pi i., ju i ilk r lis n the vin tcr llie man w i who hal In in I'll itc 1 ill 1 1 ertivon aitist an I eluin her I i i i- Eniili H ssi is oulv 19 i i I n thi 1 liana tl t in tbite i i 1 made IHILH-S sht Hist n K i tl n k eh w is then mulled I i I 1 Hi He g A a divorce aud hill n 1 i _ alone for n vein in a IP t-r n i East Iwtlfth street Sinn M H s-i las! arrival inNiw nktl t 1 id Inn muehtogtther He ia her tiki suitor Mine ktniile H -.1, r. uiul.lat.r i, -kliowtv lil and Hambuiv u pupu lar writer of novelettes aL-i i 01 tlis biiame very ambitious tint I er v in, daughter should marry well lit 11 hovTever was crazv to goon tht tut mil did so before she was IT t 11 Mil made a quick success in lul t jimmle parts in liirlni ind vv hen we'it in 11 in ]-vS7 he engagtil her for i st i sou in New ork Just afterootlotk Rich time up the ps of the elev ate 1 station HI 1 will) tt the south end of the plitf 1111 litkul Chopper! hvard Baitou s iu Inl k up at the tlin 1 window of the 1 u- He was drei-sed with great cure U> ut i qti irtci after J tin J item in heirl tn ant turned r nmd to look at the n in He vvtis inalovvvoi'utos ni (iieintht window above him Ihe er me was that of avvoiuin Both sj Ii uirii estlv but t for tlie gatein in t i over hear 1 hen tht man restc i c i t hand 01 the tie wind v irjpp his head in, Ins (ll- an i st 1 in II n less Im nediii ul) t tie w i- the mulll soun 1 of a plslui si ot It stem Itie im from thebuu-e All in t niuiidiiteh alter war 1 tlitrt was i 1 ml report man s i tne man s i I fall Hi had a new -Ncilibei ituihcr in h s hind and a hole m his ttm, U a littli higher thdli tile ear to be dead The gateman shouted an H! n ni and toln of the other pis ol shot he h 11 huir 1 Mr Knnrrn to .Miss .llus- s ro nil tin door of wh i h was fuiiuiTopin Ihe felli lay upon h i bi 1 U 1 A in w revolver Ii) beside hei The lirfjl Si t Ii 1 btLH- vvritmi, 1 the table is cuverel wit! lutti written in t i it fi m land The girl hi rsi If a slit U) 11] n htr whit bed vv is nnu 1 m i vvi ite m_i t di decked wit Ii la e I nder her I ul tlun WEUs a red sp t on litl vvhil u 1 n nhne ll u bulltt 1 ud n 11 1 In her white rob a spru if leliuti p pmnt 1 Ai i liei b i u '-j le i a fine white h in i r lilef II i bulltt hii passed thruiiKli it v tai i was found n her room win h 1 ul cuduitly come vv tl the haudkuihuf It coiitul ed but a it i words w ritten m Kitlis Ii presented her with this handkerchief bi dewed bv my teals From letters left-Id thfr girl she hail dt termued to die be uise of the oppositioi of her parents to litr had uiged Koch to die with her Ciinslitiitional Convention FRANKFORT K) a tlie t -titutional couven J9. 1890. and Northern M V special fioui Mil iinu I' >st the Chi H 1 M I' ml 1ms t tit Milvv Hiikie an 1 t i i 1 t'mt thi ill il "ill i tr I iv A fun that n l_ht gobble the i 1 11 M i lire an entrante ill 1 i Ihe main rt H 1 1 1 it lots (lei l U 1 1 h I i let is s u 1 tt bi u V im n TWO OWN! 8 special i t fi in fl of abi u of u I I I 1 III 1 11 1 HI K' tY C ULL. O VV i Vn lit ii i N nil. s'O I 1 ill tuv.li i u. r l II ii tiias nt 1 ilso taken Hints l tfte  oiibiif tht aud esuiptd f I V hi (Hu IS in 1 afu r -i iltil jL t'lt ulJlLuro WHS ij taiti an Arkh was Rniei i IB swum ashuro I ift) es were rescued ]VIr Dillon Interviewed DUBLIN Sept 19 an interview after his arrest Mr Dillon said that he was mys- tified as to the object of the government unless it were to prevent Mr 0 Brien and himself and others from proceeding to America He was certain, however, that the American friends of Ireland would not in any event withhold needed support from the unfortunate tenants on the Tipperary and other estates The Ttnju'it and-nrbitrary action of the- government would injure the opponents of the tenants' rights more than a dozen pub- lic meetings He called attention to the coincidence of Father Conway denouncing him and his colleagues from the altar In the Tipperary church at the very moment when the warrants of arrest werA haing drawn, and appealed to the people to say whether tins could have been merely acci- dental or w hether ]it did not indicate col lusion betmiMi rtitam members of the priesthood and the Tory enemies of Ire- land He hud satisfied himself that all re ports of dissension in the ranlA of the Na fionallstTvvere unfounded He had traced these muhcious atones to a drunken ren- egade member of parliament The Nation ahsts w ere stronger todaj than ever before, and would onlv be more firmly united on account of the ariests Mrs O Hi inn lit with Him. TIPIII 19 -Mr O'Brien and his wift ni nv td hero at 9 o'clock last even ing Ihe publu lamps had been left un hglitdl in 01 Ii i to dis( ourago anv gather of the j( pit but many citizens met thepaiM nt th station, or cheered them asthij nssdl thi (High the streets Canon Cahill mi 1 other friends visited them at the housi where they were taken Mr OBriin is now in fairly good health and run Mnnd prison life better than he could his last stvetc experience of that kind Mr Dillon however, is quite delicate B th ol them expect that they will bt fordd to serve the maximum term of six months A lioj'n Ilmflblc Death, _ Q, -y_ Npt- At firm, nf CharlisHi n >'Is In the town of Allejany, Thnrs In i b n n nneil Kalnor fell into the cylimlti f u si mi tlmshltg machine and was inst inth ui IIIH! to THO Killed by a Cjcloue Minn T9 An At lautu, (1 i sptnal to Ihe Tribune, sajs A cjclone uccuirf d last four south of M inning la Two ptrsuns are reported kilkd and a number injured Ihe damage will bt Sunol tinil Ouj Trot. imi O stpt U' the Drivmt park Iinu suiml trotted a mile in 2 1 i'4 rfiii' w is itut the aame in J U 1 In ti itk WHS heavy Mine i iiitciulent Davis Shot. of thn e d tion coinimtt t short ur i nouoced his SLI i four m number these are thofee ol ington chairman to Ii h the report of the ruk-- Un-. was done in i usident an I i mnuttees, twenty int most important of e ttt m George Wash officers for the etate at large In 1 I-- De Haven, chair man, on the judirurj department, Judge T H Hmes chtiirnuin revision of con stitution Benj iunu Birkhead, chaiiman corporations, S H iluk-> ohairman Gov emor Buckner ullfirni. i suuifica.nt resolu tion in view of the Louibiana lottery fight He proposes to forbid die issuing of any letter} yrant oran> piiMlege to sell lotter} tickets aud to withdraw privileges pre viously Oifi Germain i Brnm '-i-it 11 from n 7ib n i i pioclainatiiin poi n 1 has been poiti 1 II was one of Ihe in i lire belli.! coiitinn 1 hope of cteiiln ill German) is ill i hitherto to rcli i l i ing and i she reserves thi 11 i inent tn furtlipi i lr I i ut Schmidt Ihi i U deui U th it 11 _' the slave ti ifhi vs that the up il f ilsehoods whii 1 1 i uuilatul in tl i i ling n0alust t 11 1 to contitiiu i post slav e Inn 11114 111 es MI 't I hi propu n Perth ir In c< mltinition, proportion, and pn ii itun of 1 tits, Hood s Bimpv r PI IM i tho mi itivovilueof the best Ic kingdom 1 rin its str ind Hood s s i tiilliMlii i nH iiiullclneof wliirhcin i j 1 1 viiil On Hundred Doses One Di 1 in rrc nil trln Its itsainrilUi in in] known lidml merits, IlooiU s cures hitherto un i i h til.'of rtio R i blood purifier ever disuvcrccl luilnr Ht "good name it home Ii of Hood's Sarso. I iii'li s lil In I H tlian of all oilier i od purifiers 11 ulnr in Its phenomenal no others CCUI ir itlun iv or tit lined so npldly nor held in ti ul sty tlio confilinco of all rHssot of I'ci nil u 11 the brain work which Sirsap-irilli n Igo whkh modern Ji imdicil 1 O llSCIf developtil, yeiri iricticil experience In Bo sine to get only Hood's Sarsaparilla "tolilbyallrtnipRhN fl slxforgl Prepared only byC I MOOD X, LCI A] itlicnrlon, lowoll IOO Doses One Dollar The largest variety of MTJPKRF1NE TRFAM CHOCOLATES Rimrnntwil tohelhcflnent made in the II H will be found at ANGKT.O CAMKKA'S Fine Confectionery Store, H rtprisents, II 1 Inn 1 tho Ki r e s o u c h science Ii is vuth miny yeir< propailng mcdkn aos sou A M TBRNTON, N. J Good for young and old Wo know of no hotter Ionic for the svstem than Hires'Im OOUBa on proved Root Beer 1 IB dfllolom. offorvcw-1 aiwfty< on snd ihe best that can bo haJ pent, sparkling, appetizing and a helper of Bre iaot8. oonvenl- temperanee Sold everywhere. entfortll Fancy Frultfl. Toe Cream, Bod a Water, Ice Cream Sodaa, Milk Shakes, Lemonade, A' Itnn tempt is ma k 1 1- ate Dr K D I) thi t tna C o il ton side fouiti t n iniki shot ni the iuht Oi the 1 11114 Stpt 19 at- i to jpei mtemltnt ol s nniif M at hite s flit-ie He 1 i tlit bullet PLIH iuoun.; 11 Hup posed tn strikt a n UK tht n shot and wert fut if Hid fn in a piutraUei (urn lutttrs Kevolvern i 1 III III i row In us ai il Mt ity lannllt 11 i s ii ru i nttt rs an UMt I Hul is lllevi i- u i nth killi 1 Mine ml n r, I Truln k( it Iiidltted ALIUNT "5 pt 19 -I lie grind jurv a Iroj hut inilK ted C tin Bnctt unii Het_ under st< tion h 5 of thi pi mil i U i ing them with a switt h tw milcsTibi w w i wreiked U vaid tlnit C ordnil n in Klernan s t is s wcie cunsi kred and as n eMdence mist them_uas found tht} wi hp ilisf liwr oil Both t'ie riotli (1 mil lesnlts -wlic I I i f I lo H t iLlli; It IS i 1 utif-lii ip; to tlie ta-te "il lie' i ill) }ct piompt1} o'l tlio I u.i a -I tl- c1 s (lie -v 1 1 cfli i tlll'l cll'-pl.'s (olil 11 U i nml ami cnns lii'iilii! i i] ill n. if Figs is th 01 h runpil? of its kind liRcil, h i ing to the taste and Cipt le to the stomach, piompt i 1111011 find tuily beneficial in ii prepared 01 ly Jrom the mo- hntithy and agreeable r main excellent qualities commend lu .ill ami have iniiclc it tlio moo popular n Ln< n. S  08c Call and lie coinnued I OPICWITK CITY MADE BY SPECIAL PROCESS--THE BEST. Cocoa ib of biipiLMK is an article of diet Van Himten s h is jntv ptr trnt more ttesh-torming proper- ties than exist in tht be st of other cocoas VAN lion 1 1 N'K (I "BEST GOES FARTHEST." The tissue of tin. c i i bum ib so softened as to it of an 1 at tht same time, the aroma is highU lop< 
                            

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