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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOL. JX. NO. 2141. I'KENTON, llTUKbDAY AFTKKNOON, OCTOBKK Itf, 1890. TWO CKNTg SPEAKER REEO REPLIES. His Answers to a Number of Democratic Questions THAI WHO VI HI HUO Variout I ostrn ou (lit 1 ti I if Ouentluii put to tin Mm fi i Mtln mil An hi llii I 1 irt >i is M tniu r Protection itn 1 tl I i 1% Mini BUFFALO o t i IK lion Thomas B K L 1 i M i Hi uu lu ict of over J 000 p 11 1 i i M i 1 ill 1 tst Speaker Ktul was i ft U rtti ti m He was escorted t Musj  a Democratic club to tiona I urn HO little Use 1 to respectful frnm tl II i I trly ir the region wUeif tht rnijjt pint of IHJ duties is performed tnat I inclined on account of this itrnarkubU phcn nienon to comply with the renjn st and futtlitr be cause the questions HU q i te c iaj "I he first question H I c jusi kr the McKmlej bill the I should say so A b 11 w nith h is for its ob gect the raining of the wa0es i f the po  tend tl nurnn newspapers the} would luiin th it, mini fucturers of pearl b itt n M iej n 1 to liavt raised the w f tl n men 1 j t on account of the Mr k bi'l shall it [r lit i int, tr i U r f he i Or r Clt e nl and i eu i readh the Mugwui ip iperb An ther question is "If n n higher 1 is U Uiat thp people of >tw have hiuhir th i i pi jt  tlon m whether pr union uiu ts h wages than in a 01 uti und r fret til' That question is in I ih  s t! t the w i LS of Che la burn g man itj l! I rated slates is ff in in at Llit. of the free trade period Lowered I.j tlu. Bill Still another question is (an I state any article w f ich 1 a been 1 in-1 in pi B by the McKinit) r mj tntr tai ilT bill I can spend the oennu doi IE thit I re member pajnu u ird fjr carpet which I c in b tj f jr foct e cents Iron i uU tu L t ket, then steel ones now Mr t-4rli-U- H Dilemma Several ay Mr Cailisle stated a favorite Dfinoc r ILI dilemma thu it is an absurdit} tha n j U ti c in exj lam that the tariff b) m ikiuB 1 ibor higher can make the product of ihat higher paid labor cheaper "It was a hard dile nma thev h id to at1 mil, two weie r and the products of thovc lower I he Dem otrits claim tl t tl t lower ttt caused b> u i and cheap railrf ad transportation causes the linen tlouf it reals on protecti ju Do you suppose sornebod} reached out inL i the dark and drew m the steam eugiiu It was only by alow processes that it wd-s in vented. Take the electric light It was known for flft> years but was nothing but scientific to> B> au.1 by the world got richer and wanted better light than gas, minds were directed toward per electric light 2sow then, the more minds that are directed toward in yentiontho greater possibility of m vention Inventions and Protection "What creates a demand for Inventions? W ny protection, and when you direct minds toward invention you double the chances of getting it In lbS3 Great Britain w as m a condition of depression A royal commission was appointed to exam Ine Into the cause Ihey found that if Great Britain could have got m the same prices for her exports that ahe in 1W3 she could have got more than she uid get The world got Great Britain's products that much cheaper Between 1B73 and 1883 the civilized woild became protected and the whole world were m competition wjth Great Britain, so tbat she had to put the value of her goods down that enormous sum But what's the use of discussing protection? We did discuss that m 1888 and it received ft handsome indorsement, and that in doraement resulted m the Mckinley bill "The first essential to business pros perity is stability of the law man wants permanence m his business cotidi tion, The last seven years have been spent in tariff -agitation Ifc is time- it- ceased or the business interests of the country The world ought to know that the people of 1890 ratify the demands of the people of 1888." Gone to McKinley's Aid Speaker Reed then spoke of theobstnic tion tacticH of the Democrats during the recent session of congress and the neces of a fcdernl election law, and conclud by urging all good Republicans to see to it that the next house of es eball be securely Republican Mi Reed left for Ohio last night where he is to de liver addiusses in Maj McKinley'a dis trlct A "Beautiful Actress Adjudged Immne RICHMOND Va Get Shaw the mmrm I'OWMLIi' Absolutely Pure. 4 .Jiw> of Urtfr bating powder. High Ut Of in olitPfth. U. 8. GOT- i t l n i s i t 1 n I i n 111 ]_f tu i till is fl in II I IHI kill i llj Ul I HlttJ U M I ju 1 d Un il i t Putnam b i 11) 11 Ii 1 ttti l I m n I i t 1 ei i it I r ii i Is tO IjL A Ol 1 H Mr in i M tut l (1( j I) IIM i eg P i n II II i U Iho A u i ruuidt-it 1 I i I 1 t 1 uin IIHIKM! in K inn u m Hi It n Htwh si stl n IHI 1 1 I l )t I the IKJUOI ul (.h 1 Mil i flu eucc vvhui si ul U t -viut i l under the 1 1 u tc t 1 tii 1 i. t t aa beet) twill lu bit e, i THE FIELD INJECTED The Count of I tri I I- t Day at i GM i I O 1 1 1 fLHlLof IJans in 1 In-, i ul i ttU ntirt da> insintint tin I nrl Kl I i i p nued b} tlit. ili mi i I I c rj s iri this MJ t O O U win f UK Iwtlfth, Hem} S am I th 1 t Juhu NHU ton find Vbnt r JJ i i t >f tLe I irst and Uir it 1 1 M 1 HJ an 1 nunn r tt r i i v trt i f f t I r t x i 11 Ihu Lutfj ran lie al -en n ed inlfui! n-.eu] lit) ill of ttie attack aritt tii ixtn.it ni tht s battle ti d I i in th s j mt the Irive nas ct ntiniu i i 1 the lirif of tht t list corps t p J i i road den Doubk 1 1 u in pusi tnjiis tlit i te tl u _, tit, J h t nit c jrps avenue t B utow 4 ki U u it M g (TC.D How ird as nihtiLi toi i 1 in tht Harris burg ro id t t j i At 11 bnakf iv 1 n i 1 tt n sr the start was TI i 1 i tl t nd Aid thirtl dajs fit Id 1 h i U 1 first to the national LUIIL LI lit i iu d at the fojt of tit Kt it i Ot n H M 11s the part) H is pi U Or i I t 1 (Tn i tit C tin tUn lull tl t oi r is ntil zed in 1 tl en tht. In e f m i i jil 1 down tu ul[ I ill 1 mi Dinted out to tin jn t UK j t f iiti st In ret ur t t n tt f 1 mi n load was fallow i> ftra-i t h rthard (jen SickeKmli t, in tl int JI nee the i M Int tlic held in 1 i-. L 1 i 1 I) i t tht sui unit fit 1 i 1 s a[ t L the I ml Ii i 1 t j t jed the set n 1 (i s 1 i t il tin. k i IKII tl i id ind at the HI iiu i 1 1 t f PitKCtt s divibioi uf t ji ft n tht third daj vrni deta ]r iht 1 urj I ttl f 1 1 t! t in Its oftmn vt i 1 i thf pirtv t k swpi tr n ti i 7 o t jtk tit Dukt of Orl t i unit 1 tu k ht il h f ithfr At b o tlotk a it t u is t t 1  will bt the guebts of btit LIIUII at his ir n w ork s SAFE IN FRANCE Messrs Dillon ml O I.t it-n le thutftd b> a Cutte hut I tp< i C in l n O t 1 i rs Dillon U i ntn and Cliir f at v i i tt nuon, and started for JJ ir 1 i-.t t n ne The Manner f i 1 ir I -tape DIBIIN Get liifd lit an a (u int of the est if f Mt i-, ij lion and O linen from it i j iri that the were rowed from IJ til i on t n an i b ar ltd i u 1 t iith awaiting them in tlit oln it, iht) met tial 11 ei tui n tie trip ex cept that Then f t" d i r h tht tl ased 1 ii to i-.t i HI r but uw to the batwei th was if aiidoiu i 1 1 1 in IH I HI 1 t ourg in hut health in 1 s r itulating themseh es on their 1 itk The Pope to S< e Dillon LoM Paris special th it tl t e rested a desire to sut Mt U I n jn it rt i i t< to his with o_l p U of Lim- enck The 144th Sfssion Pi UCL lu ILc one- hu.n dred and fourta innu il s of the easttra s nod of th Htli rmtd church lu the I tilted lie-. L! t ol lest nodical bud) of tht nr ni nati n tn this countrj conitnei fit le 1 to continue Iht unit il s rmon was f i M 1 D D of Lancaster the it t j r s k it Ihis nod embr ices in i and nuinbeis neirl) -oO n oK and n> j iri 1 n Includes 1 PS 1 i t) Inns of othtr st U s all of east tn l centr il IV in h 11 i P its will bt sul in ttt 1 u il i satis futon mcrtdat in tl n. tmbtiahip e ir Knichtu ind I is M I nited IINN Oa Ii I MIH I nsttrs' I'rotectnt uni n t i 1 1 l tt tne last er-< in the f itt  be called out m suppoit tf th Knights of Labor strikers C nimntees of conference between the uni nanltli Knights of I ib jr u pi gramme for an iiid defttisne uthaace which will bt submitte 1 u the various uinns If nipi it Mil sluttljtike etit t LIK m a radical chmgf ot the sit i ai n in i nn a thui Ii IK ui some I el f ii tl t t iganizatioii" one ti tl e the" IIlH Skull is in r.mrt I i Mil N "i Oct In the Lilen trial it was bj the muidered muis wife Mis t Iw irds and bj her son, tint Mrs I i! i b i ,was in expert shot wttli a 1 t was onct ar and ti u d in bum my her faim buildings for the n sui uire Dining ttie tiial L Iwards sh itt i d m nil was othrcd in eMdcnte His wi an 1 daughter weu rco no an 1 tin e u sensation in the K w led t ouit In is Ml the lend ing tiiniintl of th s section are engaged m tho tn il on one side 01 the other >pwtnn H n Filo of M UPS n Ot K PtirjNew ton w lio w ts i i 1 f i Miss OCfiinor of I i tliru and was ronvLi t d to t i (it Ii f iih IK now I 1 Iw i Miss Mm tt ins iq iniiiKl in Bter.Sept 1 f i Schmidt waa wcdltl in nkers N in When Nw ton Mitiolin i i n lie cut a great swell in s nt'tv II f 1 1 ut sdny night, UC> i i and her baby HUtoiifin Hmuioft GoinK Homo NFWIOKT R 1 Oct H lrN NHOIUU ISrrN HIMIONLD Sec taiy N )l imt rnt y Gnnerai WHlri Seii t M ill I i nt littlu inpe- tlllHi (Mnliiuis 1 uiiiH bj Hlx 1 i M JshtiiutouNewi IN i) t It J (ii befoie Justice Milki u In 1 i i i tlic tomb theit IK much u atuu as tu will ben It till ihe n itit and h iv ih dr pt 1 ch ur he but lat h occu pie 1 on tut snpn me 11 nch t am jng tlit names menu jt td in connti ti jn with thin honoiabli tind n ihl uMtion is that of XitoiiH) dem r il Miller to him the maj ritj of pulit U gossips have avsarded the ulace lit but narrowly es edped appoint nieut w hi n the prue was given an 1 this time, it is believed lie u ill cert mil hue confeired him the authoi to wear a flowing silk g un ham H ttllubillty (jie h mi b fileu it h nut bien slow t pi h tl cl inns of then do] and in tn p litiiiuns w h tie not disposed to fau i t mi t1 ink it WMild be good pjhej to ippoint him f  tie jre i in 4 is Mr MilJu ind it ihit t L Miss j in and hindril influ n which will t e %upi ort of N w ill m jrc than out the h untunes of peisc nal ass ici i tijn which are bj the attorney gtneral No ill lx ma le until con R t-s reisseii in D in her for no m m would care t sit on tl P sii[ itine ijer ch bef re be iat ridl c ji hi motion in ule his calling atiu election sure Victims of I nth in I tilth Healing 11 I he Liitishmm ister has trt isn utt 1 to the le wrtin-nt of state a letter from the r Leone mclosiu in fr in the colonial surgeon at tiett( MI Dr I) Pi'mer Ross relative to the of rertdii American missionaries r tha1 plaz-e Dr Ross re pUrts that tht superintendent of tlie pii Air Kingmari ari -i-f-d tliere on Peb 27 1WX) and was fol iwtd in June 13 Mrs Hi un-4 n rk-ml HtlniK-L Jaderg T f I'nct i Gates and Harr e-5 it i-, t it, 1 that up in their arm dl tl 1 t_an t r in n t fashion hoping thui to tne confidence of the natives of Thfm On 9 Mr Kn D: ROBS that two of his part) had died that day Lpon mquin Dr Ross learned that no doctor had be( n 1 to attend the de ceased (Mevscs (_ia e and Harnns) the whole p irt) m faith ai d th it the} had taken no medicine and dud f Dr Ko known x tint tropical if neglected apt t a form among new 1> nrmedwhi e peof le, ordered the bodies to be I me 1 soon as possible and sent the sa i t iry policeman to dism feet the house and destroj all bedding, clothing etc use 1 b} the deceased That officer reported others were sick in the house a fact which the ha 1 not stated On the next da> Air King man. sent for the Inttor to see his wife She was found to be in the last stage of exhaustion from 1 having been ill for nine d and in spite of all that could be done she d ed on the ing of the.llth He Medical Assistance On the preMous Mi Rmgman was found to bt ill but refused to accept med ical assis ance I hat Mr Price who was aKo ill sent for a doctor and con sented to be t iken to the hospital for treatment under which he has recenered On the llth Mr Kinsman though worse, having agai i refused to recenethe doc tor that ge itleman informed him as the missionaries had their action ougi nated a malignant of in Free town, endiMLjermg tht whole community he would ripoit the mattei to the g or isol tte the housp and ise tha the rest of the p it 3 be -ent to Amprica Mr Kmynian then c nsented to be treated Bolel} on the groun 1 th t he did not wish to endanger tne community and waa on Jul} IKK) (oiuakstent The Go-timor Protests Dr Ross 1 Is th it he un that these inten 1 due east ii to the nit rien ll com- In of these ficts and uf the statemeutm Ihe Missi ;n u> HCMCW that anoLhei pn I) of in s- n i tries IH of Siun Leuie cilia atten- tion to the inrttttr jis ihm c unit Ts not suited to those who trust alone to the faith healing and the means placed by Providence at their disposal for the re hef of suffering humanit} and HI such conduct is u danger to the community at large To riicreuse the Corn WASHINGTON (Jet Charles J Murph) of has been appointed special aguit of the department of agn culture in I urope for special duty in re gard to the use umong J- uiopeans of corn and corn pioducts, and to present to Euro peans the aviilability of this ceieal for hu mnn food purposes Si eretfiry Kusk be lieves that n piojci understanding of the edible value of 0111 in its many attractive forms would inciease its use among the people of Europe for this pur- pose wheuiH at piesent its use m confined to cattle fi e ling purposes, with the result that but a ui) small per cent of the crop is exported ol Murphy labored earnest- Ij to secure an Ameiic-an corn exhibit at the Paris exposition and more recently hascondu h 1 n similar exhibit at the In ternation il exptsitnu at Pdmburgh Two I rtifflitH oiiic Tojjotlier Asm VM) Pi O t it ino heavy fci uns running a speed came into (ollisi n at utt ilii on Lohlgh nllt j mill il t tlcrday afternoon, through disif ml of orders on the part of (lie condiu t tr of one Sigmter 1 rank Dementt and Hr ik( men Hurkel Buck ec ker re in jut id, and a number of cars and both engines weie demohslipd Hires' Root Beer IH made from the genuine roots, barks and berries Not like a great many others that are doctored Imitations of It One 25 cent package makes five gallons No trouble to make Oor.sot for Winter. the Hittw. THE NEWS IN HFUEF Conduustil Idigi u it it! ml from OUH I I MIH 1 be I coph s Nati nal t t) i I i ip tal r k f HU PH been author pris n ft r jning tt C i Hudson pas suiuj i tiam v. -Jtate and tl l i k f I Ss I SI! t tlul ii IH ab irk N 1 giand in the had j t us old 1 t Liuel s I tiuia A i t is ariest of Port s j emit n lent pustoihte in with apopiesj 1 is bteu m i 1 st ttes con t 1 1 i that the 1 Lheevpoit f, H of 1 bid H in H lie] 115 f tl ins i i i t I i in f 1M hib 1 M i i 1 it is i uu M ud 1 11 SUPI il tl I 1 H irn M i iwford t I 1 1 l IHHlt till II t jiirj f i I 1115 at K( 1 Bum uf t. UOO lit Ib tl H t Ho IS til I II i tint wifi dli J It ls tnatnent the stco 1 K uie ot a id tlic last is 1 CODH I) I H l H N ol ill im A Booth f c( nstru ti >u of tilt i BiookHi strn-k Ills t i h n IK i i t n 1 i c ti aMin x foilIK 1 ullll tl I I sui filler ll at Ottau i C Doui in ion t1- ti ninciit rtn dutj oil lumber Oct U Muitlercr liucbalt Ib vvut his life He will sell it t II der aud gue the pioceeds t h I (jorgas of Hirrnl Pi was nominated foi I the IJuuocrata of the t uurttenth distrut The Lnited States m nt has notl fied the Italian that hereafter no Italian immigrants vsh der sentence m the courtw of their native country will bo perm tte 1 'o land in America Jack Mr Vuliffe was an pete 1 for causing the death of his wife Katie Hut Me Vuliffe butwis 8 ion dischirs; 1 as. an autopsy proved that this at ress bride had died of valvular disease of the heart Lieut Alpheus Robert trench survivor of the Black H t k war died at Baltimore Oct 1) m the s 1 vearofhis age He was born it 1 itti N Y Ihestalhou MiDoel defeate 1 Allerto in the rice for the OIHJ st ilhou stake at Lexington Kj lime 1 The celebration of tie birthday of Count von Moltke at New ork has been fixed bv the co'nniittee it for Oct In the Metropolitan Of 11 luuse Ihe speakers will be Ga-1 xhurz Lhauucey M Depevv and ilham ilti r Phelps, Ijnited states mmistci to (it-mian; Iwo thousand Cierman sotietus be repre- sented. The creditors of the 11 irr sburg Car comj inv hive pncticil I ltd to grant the of time aski 1 I the dirttt ors in order to c jt kt i contracts an 1 ti Ji the past it Ihe t mipinv b assets _ h exceed Us lilbllit s I' -j I i' U DtHiwtU-R members of both ho i tl Ohio ie_ib lature a plan f ae 10 i _, ee 1 ti[ n which v 11 ulectui 11 f 4 it in n'HU- lw ir jf i ib t fair 11 e 11 in is t j HI power 11 t ljul and app s ie i U s i until next Vpnl wh i m il rs wn be ch sen 1 1 J i! i c John as s ii r n chancellor of tl e K ul -ofPuhu ftl Won 1 d e 1 at I jit Mil sou 11 o t 1 Dr Hum M the.le uh V. ette Oirl .it 1 fourteen }cars bor Mavor Lilt is n 1 vv c. in i til degree ui K i 1 he pen ill is luij i .1 leted t f c L i v in iheeij.ii I k is bentelRe 1 t sonmeut at haid 11 I >ug Island Citv issault in the thu 1 H Crowl Ji ineut for not mon In n t n u i r i nne of not more th ir r b t M in t, i t ra tre s license for the Parl theme u H sievokedon ut >m of the pio luetijii tl eie of Ihe Glemeti ceau so 11 lh 11 lian Knotted Out ivl Oct Meed ham ot 1 u i Lift} Mehan, of ban 1-rancscu liji loughtwith f lntg La-t simng I to k 11) d 3 Sir irilH win Ii did mo n innienso am n t f good It g nemo an i 1 ti and my f id relishia and satisfied tie 01 umg 1 h i I roviously experienced" GK 11 f A 1 i Watertown, Mass Hood's Sarsaparilla S 111) all Ir JI siiforgS Prepared onlj by t I ilool ft Cl) Apothecaries Lowell, Mass 100 Doses One Dollar Wilson 8tokoc Wholenale aim Retail DealerH In beat grades of LV1JIGH AM) BITUMINOUS Anthracite Coal, For Baking Machine Works, Blast Fnrnncte Chain Works, Rolling Mills, Our Jumbo, For Domestic a upfcmlty Cannel Coal, For Open West Va Cumberland Coal, (Ibe Stoken for Htonm and blackninithing, can't b i 4 111 1 mi) i f Both t'ie metlmrl and re- il's I Up I f 13 t lk II It 1> It 1 lilt a'ld lefrpshing to the il ut gently }et o i t t Kilnos Lrrer and is tin M tera effectuill1 i h idles ami ,111 1 n s 1 ib t i il constipation Si rtip c f 1 ics is the only remedy of its kind ever pio duced, pleasing to tlio taste and ac ceptable to the "tomach, in its action and tnib beiifiiicia.1 IIL its effects, prepired 01 h' from the rno-t healthy and afrrcenlile its iiiaiu excellent qualitio coin nei d it to" all and have mule it the mo-t popular reined v kn vvu nip of I irs i-, for sale in 5Dc and 81 bottles 1 01 dru_r gists Any rcl i1 lu i-t vvlir may not have it on hind pro cure it promptly f r anv one nho wishes to try tt, not accept any CALIFORNIA FIG SYRdP CO, SAH FRAtiCISCO C'L K Y t j yinK. N r Creaiii Bahii Cleaimcs tbe Allays Pain and Inflammation, Heals the Sores, Restores the onnofl of and Smell. TRY THE CURE. SJAY-F- A particle IB applied into each nostril and U agreeable Price 30 cents at Brngglsta by mall, registered, 60 cents K, Y BROTHERS W Warren St New York :pcuial Notice. The ladies will find at Walhs' all the late arm als m Woolen Yarns, among which we highly recommend the following famous favorite brands Best imported German Knitting all host iSpauisli Yarn, in all colors, best b.ixonj Wool, all rotors, Knitting Wors- ted, all colors, imported Zephyr and Zephyr Gtrmantown tiuly in vet1} host quality Likewise we call attention to our grand, sViperb stock of Fall and Winter Under- wear, Childrens' Outfits, (Jhil- drens' Cloaks, Coats and Hats and Caps for the Fall wear Veiy latest handsome styles, war- ranted made ot the best materials and superior woikrnanship Fall Kid Gloves, Corsets, fine Muslin Underwear, All new goods. Fine Umbrellas, in endless variety. One lot Jim Gloria Um- brellas, which sell at 50, we are now selling at cost; jes, truly ;ost, only 98c. Call and be convinced w rJ, OPPOSITE OI1Y HAI.L The largest variety of RUPFRFINF TRFAM CHOCOLATES, guaranteed to he the finest made In the U 8 will he found at aNGKT-O CAMERA'S Fine Confectionery Store, SOB SOu J. a B.RO-AI3 TRENTON, K J Fancy Frulta. Cream, Boda Water Toe Jream Bodai, Milk Shakes, Lemonade, Ac on hand, and the bent that can be had and made. Thjto are faotn PrioM conveni- ent lor i Umbrella V 4 FAIL AND WINFER I I INI f Saturday, Aug. 30. COKKFCT A TIMELY WAKNING IIATll-Fi, airoot. Ju MANUFACTURERS S WILI BB ADVANCED Therefore look to your interest and purchase your CARPETS now while the figures are low DELAYS ARE DANGEROUS 1 CHESTNUT ST. PHILADA. T ist of Pucea And you will then see the wisdom of an im- mediate selection Wlltoni, 81 -T> lo S3 '-'5 Moquettea 81 50 Velvets, bent, 81 20 up 3d grade, 1 OO ap Body Brustel, 1 OO ap Tapesti? 5ao up S ply InferntDH 85c and SI 00 Supt-ra all wool, 69c and T5C. UNI AIM UK UNI HOI I All Is tin. intthod upon have alwavs conducted and nude it d but Lisa We propose and do give ever} customer dollar for dollai in Clothing, and invite a comparison in QLALLTY, MAKING, TRIMMINGS AND PRICE with unj other house in or out ot the and teel assured the tiade will he satibfaed cannot he undersold on H'all Ovorcoatu, Capo Overcoats, f i 'c 3 i o iv1 c ic i i AND OVERGOA1S OF ANY DESCRIPTION. ntvv and fresh tor Fall and Winter Fine ClutTnn.; to measure one ot our specialties. Full Dress Suits read) made 39 First Floor and" 39, 41 and 43 Second Floors Sinclair, Vannost Co., EAST STATE STREET. i i r i i ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO Jt' 'X'U.' HO PR ARI. SrKRKT, Hiki-ion TBEHIUH, N J TBI KfHOHS 483 No Ribbon. Dnect Printing. Perfect Alignment. Challenger Co., GENERAL AGENTS, NO 1407 CHE81N0T 8TEFPT, Philadelphia, Pa. FOR CATALOOUF HAD Jills MAN Bought Mm of tht AMPRTOAN OLOTHIKQ AND TAILORING 00., Ill would not how mnia1 tht wUid whmtltd thiongh hm coat Wt an tht Boyv with tht BEBI TAILOR-MADE GLOlHING At 1 Philadelphia pnc 0m ut SA MPI.E OVKROOAT8 for worth {IS onr 8AMPI F SUUS, wtrth ftr H for RUM Panto and Bnita "d Orwell. OLOTHIHH MADE TO ORHFR. R-mtmbtr, tun u tht U t htOM it tht tt wl'S right (long U ttt Ho. 8 Bt II EDWIN FISCHER, Foiuiorly Demonstrator of tlilrj at Ponna. (lounge ol Surgery, Philadelphia. Removed to IXO "El A 6t STA-iwt Next door to Llorary Hall and Postoffloe, Teeth extracted atwolntely palnlora, with- out the use ol gas or ether mlnlHtered Ihe United Ice Companies. Wholesale and B W OOB STATE ASD MONTGOMERY BIB. P O HOT 485, Stations tor delivery of Ice.-North Willow and 100 Hamilton I 8HFFRR15RS OF YOUTHFUL FRRQRH Or SpvalAl DUeMea, oonaalt llr. 889 N iRKNTH Bl Phlla Pa Twenty years' experience Hours 10 A M till S P. M 7 to 10 evenings Bond for book (Healed) containing mil purtionlara lor home cnre, ot J. B. HOBEN8ACK, PHU ADK PA, In Toothful Imp.a- r Book. Bent pt Of iltlUonhuim 8A.M p, a.- ft. M. t p. M,   

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