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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               ftfrenimi IX. NO. 9177. UKBNTON, TUKSDAY AUTKKNOON, NOVdMBKK 25, 1890. TWO BANKER BELMONI DEAD. Pneumonia Ends a Long and Remarkable Career THE IIM-1UL AKIUM.lMrMS. A Brief but dmprrliemlte Sketch of the Neil Who Wm an I Iniuiilor, I'ulltkluii, Turf- niuii nml loafer of line Arts 86 The funeral sen- ices over the runains of the late August Beltnont wlio died of pneumonia at his Fifth avenue residence Nov will be held ut the Church of the Asceuaiou on featurddj lifter which the body will be taken to Newport for interment August Belmont has been an active character in financial circles for four decades He was bom in 1S18 on his father's farm in the Rhenish Palatine near Frankfort Ger man> He received a thorough commer cial and ifter finish mi, K full c ur e of studies he was sent to inukfiit where nt the of 15 he en tele 1 a pi u meui banking house as an olliiebn In is. t voiinu Belmont was sent to Naplm the Rothschilds had large flnanciai trinsictions the papal and bourbon He was then almost a lad 1 ut so coin meed were Ins empl in lin- ability as a careful and inti lucent financier that they mtrostad him with this delicate mission Hlw BeiiioTul to America. Ill 1WT Mr Belmont came to this city and leutal a ill ofhte in street from Mr Gerard and in those limited quarters In I u 1 the foundation of a house w hieli h is since bee me one of the wealth lest itnd most 1 norable in the financial JnlMl GOBMll Kfiitnl (or Aiisln i in this cit> He served H tl ix Mlirn f i jear-. and only re luiqiusbed office actoiMit-of his hjmi itlues with the Huu.iirians In 18o3 he api united American minister to AlGl-T BELMONT Holland and his services m that capacity are recurded as unexceptional Vt hen 33 years of he met the then famous beauty MissPeny daughter of Commo- dore Pen j the hero of Lake Erie After a short courtship the} were married A Gieat Art Collector In 1850 Mr Belmont then m a position togratifj his inclination for the flue arts bought a collection of old Dutch and Spanish paintings for which he quietlj laid down 0 000 These paintings, how ever form but a small minority of the col lection which he has since accumulated His graceful and daring horsemanship can be added to hifj other and numerous complishments Although all his life he was chiefly devoted to financial affairs, he was never concerned in the malicious pro- fessional manipulation of the stock and money markets Hii Duel with William Barnard One of the most sennntional events of Mr Belmont's life was his duel with Will iam Hayward of South Carolina, near Elkton, Md Aug 26 1841 Hayward a brother stated at the time that Belmont's Intimacy with a lady had been resented by Hayward, and the former Laving spoken ot the latter in terms not particularly complimentary, Hayward had struck Belmont, whereupon the latter had challenged him to mortal combat A gentleman named T nke acted as second to Belmont and a Mr Purdy served Hay ward in a similar capacity Ai riving upon the ground, the principals were placed by their seconds, and upon the first round Mr Belmont was shot in the hip One fire it seems, was sufficient to appease the wounded feelings of these chivalrous gen tlemen, and Mr was borne bleed ing to his cairlage At the time it was lupposed that he was mortally wonnded A Stauch Democrat. In politics Mr Belmont WM a stanch Democrat, and was the friend and intimate of Hon Sumuel J Tilden, Senator Bayard, Congressman Randall and other leading lights of the Democracy Mr Belmont weighed about 100 pounds, was dark com plexioned aud slightly bald he had spark ling dark, eyes and iron gray whiskers The mansion is at No 109 Fifth avenue, and with its artistic possessions is valued at He was the New York repre- sentative of the great Rothschilds' bank Ing IfOUSe, which has a capital of (foOO 000, 000 His annual income from the stocks bonds and government securities owned by him was fcXW.OOO, and he had other re sources Mr Belmont leaves a wife and four surviving children, who will succeed to his enormous wealth Hii only daugh ter is the wife of Q b HonI ind Hm sous are Perry BeTnroflf Oliver" Tklmont and August Belmont Jr His Racing Career Since 1807 August Belimut his been a prommeut figure in lacing nnd breeding circles During the euilj days of Jtiome his horses Muni nf Honor, freman King flslier (rl i 1 II III i r. _ I'UWiiLi. .Nellie James mite s in I oil eis all but swept the b ai t at u Al Itibylou L. I the bicclun fun esi iblishtd by August Bel inout si in to turnout winners with gieat ienulaiitv Hut its sandy soil was sun c MX f uud not so well alaptcd to niisiuL. racers is Ken tuck j a blue ti ass rife n anil Mr Hilmoiit bought a 1 faun i e u 1 ex i n w he installed bt Hlaise J 1 s Dei o; winner imported al a stilt i'otcv mac, the tutunty winner m a son of St Blaise A DEADLY POWDER EXPLOSION Two Men Killed and Several Others Badly Injured at New Yoik YORK Nov Ki lour Italians were blonu up by the unexpected cjplosiou of giant i owder cartridges m an excavation at Slxt) third street and lenth avenne aftefnoon Two of them Sled within half an hour at the U isivilt hos- pital Ihe other two are 1 hurt but mav recover The four were Curl Derott, 277 Mott street head and hands injured Raphaello Kota 284 Mott street head and hands hurt Joseph Mott street, horribly mangled dead Carmen Purod Mott street crushed into a shapeless mass, dead The men were a cellar on the lot on the southwest corner of Sixty third street and bloving out the rock with dynamite cartr hat set them off w ill never be known A terrible ci ish was heard an 1 Matthew Barney anil 1 h jmas Reillv two Irnl men i who were working in a narrow slit between blasted rocks in the strict in front of the lot felt the ground treml le under them Rushing out the} saw the cellar excavation strewn with the mangled Italians and the wrecked blood bespittered dn tier paih mingled with torn clothing aud shr els of human flesh Ihe rags tint still covered the bodies of the Italians were al laze A rock or something had gone throng Jo- seph Diago s bod> perfontmg the lung Hours after their removal shrpds of their flesh were picked up in the excivatlon MUR6ER ENDS A QUARREL A Blacksmith ShootH HU Ytlfe ami Then Himself BITLEK Pa Nov An unhappy marriage was ended in a double triced) Bt Glade Run jesUrday af crn on ior more than twentj five years Birnev Brell and his wife have lived together and the history of their married life lias been one of unceasing quarrels which Uhiillyend ed in Brell shamefully beating Ins wife Yesterday afternoon one of their quar rels ended by Brell shooting, his wife and then blowiug his own brains out with a revolver Mrs Brell is still alive but she cannot recover Brell w is a blacksmith about 00 j ears of age auu has alwajs had a bad reputation Asked for a Receiver Ntw Nov 2o was stated and not denied at the company s office that the Oregon improv cmeut cr mpany would to- "dayapplj Joseph Simon appoint ed a receiver It 13 also s'jited that the m terest due Dec 1 will not be pud 1 be president of the cotnp my, Hijah -smith is siitl to be senouslj ill lue pr pcrties controlled bj the c mpauy con prise the Pacific Mall cte imsllll couipai 3 opci it- ingfive lines ou the northern P cific cc ist, several railroads and a jynount nf coal lauds and real eitate At tne rl )ie of the last fiscal year the comianya liabih ties amounted to >ffset on the balance sheet bj an equ il a n Hint of assets Since then the compjuj has au thonzed aud executed a consoli Uted mortgage of 000 000 of which jU 000 were reserved to retire prior issu s aud the prefeired stock It is stated that the com panj is solvent but owing tu the condition of the mone) market the officers deem it best for all interests to have a receiver ap- pointed Col I, MiBuliij; PHILADELPHIA Nov Col John R Baker, a well known stock operator who lived at Devon, Pa, is missing He is known to have been heavilv interested in the stock of the Aavif ation com pany, which within the past few weeks has greatly depreciated in value Col Baker received a telegram at Devon and upon reading it is said to have fainted 1 hurst'ay morning he left home, ostensibly for Philadelphia, and has not since been seen or heard of Col Baker is und rstood to have been the organizer and chief holderof a large block of Lehieh Navigation It is naiH that worth of Bakers paper is. helil bj various institutions, but his assets, may possibly cover this indebtedness Thirty Hours In a Ills Isov 25 States Deputy Marshal Hobart was bring ing a prisoner named Fillmore Maisou to this city on a midnight tram jumped from the tram near Springfield junction while Hobart was plaving cards Maxson was uot seen i0iuu until yester daj afternoon when somt tiamps found him in a ditch, where he had fallen uncoil scions He had been lyinc, there tbirt) hours He was brought to this citv and placed m St Johns hospital He will probably die He bad been indicted at Cairo for perjurj, aud was being brought here for trial Foiger Smith s Speedy Trial NEW Nov II Smith, broker church deacon aud forger, through whose recent fraudulent practices the firm of Mills, Hobcson Smith brokers was ruined Tvas placed on tual at 4 13 v ester day afternoon and at exactly 5 o clock the jury rendered a verdict of duilty aa charged in the indictment It was prob- ably the briefest trial ever held here The presentment of the case occupied but ten minutes, and only four witnesses were ex ammed Smith made no deft nse Judge granted a lyof Sentence until Dec 8 The maximum sentence uurtnr the law is ten years' impusoumcut Father IgnatitiH' License Revoked PROVIOPNOE, Nov Uislup Clarke has issued the following revocation of the license given to Father Ignatius the Au gllcan monk I hereby icvoke the h censo given the Rev I Leister Ligne, to officiate m toe churclus of t lie diocese of Rhode Island, inismu h as tl is license was given under ft mis ippn I i iision of his position in the hutch of I i and without an intelligent un 1 i t imluig of his practices and docirlnrs I'lttsbuie txcifte PlTTSDtRO, wholesale liquor dealers of the I irst and second wards weie unestcd last night chniged with selling liquor without aim use leu gave bail m the sum of 000 inch for a. hearing before a police magistrate next Wednesday In Invor of AdmlltliiR Women LTNH Mass Nov Ilic I1 church, known as The Mothirof Ni England Methodism has voted .ill to !4 in favor I admitting women into the general con fei Mice If ever? reader could understand what a remedy for coughs and colds Hires Tonirh Cnre is, every family In this land would talk Itspralse Ii la destined, for this resson to he the greatest household medicine in the world. WILL PARNELL RESIGN? 1 oday Will Probably Decide 1 hat Grave Question. THh DtLHEUtD She Aftka Parliamentary Aid for the Fa lue Sufferers I Ireland aud Says That ait Irish Local Government Bill May Be Introduced Uuilug the Section LONDON Nov tvery one is on the qu vive today and the developments ol the next tvvtntv four hours will without doubt have great effect upon Ireland's fuluic Pirhament was opened this morning ai 1 every one is watching to see what Mr Painell's course will be Itwaa stated last evt umg upon excellent author itj tli it at the meeting of Nationalist members of the houFe of commons to be held today Mr Parnell will announce his retirement from the leadership of the Irish party "A Jonah ou Boaid Mr Davitt m a speech last said he believed that Mr Paruell would prove himself a greater patriot than his enemies believed him to be by taking a course that would minimize the danger of autonomy for Ireland 1 he Star the leading home rule paper in Kugland sajs it has reliable informa tion tliat Mr Parnell will retire from the leadership of the Irish Nationalists The New a tells Mr Parnell that the move- ment for home rule in Ireland cannot be earned to a successful issue if lie continues in the leadership of the part j The News says The Irish vessel as struck a rock just as she was entering the harbor She can easih be floated but she has a Jonah on board The Liberals do not bear ilj will but Mr Parnell must see that this treat sacrifice is Mr Gladstone Non Committal It is said that at the meeting of the Par- uelhte members Mr Paroell s policv which wa-s recentl} announced will be discussed and will be embodied in amendments which will be moved during the week to the address in reply to the queen's speech opening parliament Ihese amendments will rise to long debates in the house of commons Ihe precise scope and char- acter of the attack to be made upon the will be settled at the meeting Mr G'adstone will say nothing as to the course he will follow in regard to Mr Par nell s leadership of the Irish party until he has held a consultation with his It is learned that after the verdict had been rendered m the late O Shea divorce case tie Conservatives held a private confer encp at the Cat Iton club and unanimously decided that parliament should be imme- diately dissolved The Irish Members Are Sensitive. The Press association understands that Mr Parnell will abide by the decision of the Nationalist meeting in regard to the leadership of the Irish partj It also learns that several of Mr Parnell 9 followers intimated prlvatelv that the Irish uise n ill best be serv ed by his retirement There is some dantei of disorderly scenes m the coming of the house of com mons if an} reference is made to Mr Par nell s position Ihe Irish members are verv much excited and say they will keenly resent any references to their leader, and if anj allusions are made they will be taken advant ige of as occasion for retalia- tory charges against others Ihe speaker, it is undeistood will sternly repress any attempt to drag in the Parnell case unless in the form of a regular motion, on which a vote can be taken The Queen s Speech Read. LONDON Nov queen's speech, was lead at the opening of parlia- ment tod 13 is of unusual brevity After leferpnre 10 tjglands friendly foreign re- lations the speech alludes to the negotii lions w ith Portugal relative to Africa and with I al> concerning Fa.it Africa aa not vet briught to a successful conclusion A temporary arrangement with Portugal re- the fahire river aud waterways in fc be interior paves the way for an eventful tt-eaty The hope is expressed that the ne- gotiations now progressing with France concerning the Newfoundland fisheries soon lead to a satisfactory settlement, and the promise is made that the papers relating to the matter will be laid before parliament at an early date A Plea for Famine Sufferers. The queen next alludes to the threatened potato famine In the west of Ireland Her majesty expresses regret at the existing condition of affairs and says she trusts that-measures will be taken to mitigate the people s distress The speech further sajs that bills will be introduced relative to land purchase in Ireland, tithes, assmted education aud reform of private bill legis lalion for bcotland, and extension of local government in England If the work of the session permits a bill relative to local government in Ireland will also be intro- duced Twenty Miners Killed CAKISBvn Nov 2o Ihe lopi river is flooded Four budges aud all the shops at Altou and have been carried away nnd tne gas and water pipes de- stroyed The Anna pit of the Bruex Mining com pany nt Tschansch was flooded and col InpMcl Iwenty miners lost their lives For the last three days hurricanes have been reported throughout Austria with avalanches and floods in the mountain regions 1 he nv ers are rising everywhere Thurnmn Elected President u LF Ky Nov 25 -At the session of the Ammcan association President Znch Phelps, who had been given a com plmientnry re election, insisted on his res iguation being aacepted Hon A W llmrrnan Jr of Columbus, O was then elected piesident Iho following commit- tees were appointed Schedule committee Syracuse and Rochester Board of Louisville Balli more and Rochester Playing rules com mittoc (olunibus Svricuse and Louis ville imanco committee President Phil PR Toledo and Rochester clubs Board of A W Thur man of Columbus Hon Zach Phelps, of limsvillc nnd Hon John J O Neill, of St Louis 4 Suit to Itxoovor I I fly Million Del Nov Carrie I akin Hflbirt hakin Miss Catharine and Mrs Dusl ano Clavvard, of this city in conjum t in ith about thirty rela tivesin New iikand Philadelphia, have instituted suit in the 1 KK Nov t thir (f the f t t. Iribh nnrUis VUi n I trkm an 1 O Htien at Manchtstpr inland w is 1 bj the Irish N i, nihsts at jtr I nioi: hall last i i_hl C i ect I jhi: H tellowa prisilel i he i 1 Ire'-s   ind the attending phjsician saja that she will die Ihe suicide wis the jnniipi fi.iirc in i in Halhbterv ille, c uutv in vvlicl d ilarmt attempt made to r 1 uiel mincer j. man n ime Baker, who w i-, s id to i huge sun of monev in his house 1 he worn in game his confi lence aud while he was sleepm. off a debauch she pnlle 1 the nipple off hi- revolver Bikers house was set on fire and while he was seekli to effect an es cape robbers euteie 1 nil 1 ransacke 1 tin lower floors Baker saw them and at tempted to fire at them but his revolver was useless He e c ipe 1 and sent one 01 the nieu to the penitenti iry but the worn an was acquitted I I ur ItnslnoiB CHIOASO Nov i S. lei tthy meeting ol the joint comn i the national com miSHion and the local directory was heir: with n v lew of deter 111111114; the much _putfit quest ion of jun lietiou in the man ageuient of the fan The report of the committee which will be presented at to lav s meeting if the t ational commifl sion will that the local board of di rectors concede the njj t of the national commission to contul the foreign anc other exhibits and in older to prevent furtlur (lisa reenient between the two bodies it recommends the appointment ol a rercrence c nimittee The national com m SMI n 1ms id pti 1 the report of the com mlttet i n i u K It! c mmends bronze medils mil cutificitis n stead of money piemiums A Desjjnr ae Hattle In the Dark PHIL i run N v 'ttilham H Pun i .U i ci 1 re 1 ind Richard Corsey h s boirler also colored quarreled last night fhev fin Uh c ime to blows in the course of which th I imp in the room was overturned leaving the place in darkness V ternble dud followed and when the police appeared up in the scene Penning ton was found lvinK on the floor almost cut to pieces Hi will die One of Corsey's e irs was severed from his held and he was otherwise cut and bruised Razor! th weapons used during the terrible "f IP in the dark CAtAKRh if foniHnitlona' me aot ft local and fliertfora U cannot Dt mrod locat applications It requires fonstltutlonal remedy like Hood s Samparllla which working through the blooit eradicates Impurity which caincs and promotes thft disease and effects ft permanent cure Thousinds of ppc i le testify to the success ot Hoods as a remedy for catarrh when otlur prci uitionj had failed. Stuffed-l'p Feeling. "I will say I hivo boon troubled for sev- years with tint teirlhly dlsagrceabK illieaae catairli I took Hoods Simpa- rillawlth the very I st i inlts It cured me of that continual dropi In my throat and up feeling It Ins iho cd my fflothpi who Imi taken It f state of hi alth and kl In y tr ulile MRS S D. HFATII Putnam Conn oarsaparilla rviRditi Jl ilzfordt Preparedonlr 1 11 rarloi Ixiwel] Mul. IOO Doses One Dollar The lament variety ol BUl'ERPINE CREAM OHOCOLATKS jrnaranteed tobethe flnest made In the U B will be found at ANGKT.Q CAMKKA'S Fine Confectionery Store, SOS SOu J.i-1 ETJOvMJ Bj.JP T, TRKNTON, N J Fanoy Ice Cream, Soda Water, lot CreAm Rodas, Milk Bhakes, Lemonade, tc always on hand, and the best that can be made, Tbtie are Prltw oooveul- lie Stole OOO In I wo Moutht KASHAS _> tor somo list an it on f the affairs of the Midland Mercantile i ipinj ha.4 been going ou ihc coiiiiiiii} was ort, only two montl s a0 It la that time there has I een a si uaM of over UOO 1 he luv estimation uun t oil se. to C harles Comstock U c bilsli ess n ai aud he went to his h n e on uod s farm aud took a dose of Ian 1 uinni dj ngjesterday afternoon drover C leivUnd tt Fr t rty Uentrttyed BLrHl N v I re stnitel m the village of Akron ub ut no u MX build inks with m of thur contents wore burned One bmWiug waa torn tlovv prevent further spiead f the lire Ibeloss is estimated at sf-T OOU One of the build infes des roj ed w as ow ued b} drov er Oleve laud Hltt Seat to Be Contested RoChboiU) Ills Nov 25 -Congressman Hitt has been serve 1 with a notice that hu seat would be contested Mr H tt has re- tained illiam Lathrop, of this city as his attoruej m the case Seimtor Pugti s I xcltine MOMGOMIRY Ala Nov The Dem ocratlc senatorial caucus adj jurued at 10 o clock last nifchtnftcr taking the tiveuty flfth ballot which resulted as follows Pugh Seaj 25 Kolb 37 On the twenty lourth billot lacked seven votes of a majority Iheopposition forces coBibmeii against him and forced an adjournment leaving Pugh within nine votes of a nomination Against Separate Schools, MINNEAPOLIS Minn Nov 25 Win nlpeg (Man special to I he Journal says "Ihe most important judgmeutever given in Manitoba lias just been delivered by Judge Killam against the celebrated ap- peal of the Roman Catholics from an act passed bj the last legislature abolishing separate schools Ihe will be ap pealed to Lnglaud as the Catholics will not be satisfied until a decision is ob tamed there Auother Candidate for the Fatal thalr NEW Nov Martin U Ixippj was last ni lit conv icte 1 of the murder of his wife which oirmel >u lulj 4 list He will be senten el n I n !av I >ppv who was a worth ess fi 1 a quar rel with hiswift which uilinin He i in hit seiyiuii i pair of sciss rs and stal bmg her lit the 1 re ist defense was that she took her own life More Monej for Iiflandn Cailne AIUMS Miss Nov T P 0 Conm r M P addi ssid a 1 irge aud enthusiastic meetiui; it O Id 1 ellovvs hall last niL.ht About (KXi was raised am] Mr O L jiinor ressi 1 1 is tl links to the peoj le f i tlcir CI 113 Pievi us to the i 1 1 n_ then is i 1 irBe proces 1 1 f Ii ish s i ti s Both the method and results when i rup of Figs 13 taken; it is pleasant and n freshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and cleanses the BJS tern effectually, head idles and fevers and cines habitual c uibtipation. 6) nip of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro- duced, pleasing to the taste and ac- ceptable to the stomach, prompt in Us action and truly beneficial m its effects, prepared from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remeily known up of Figs is for sale in 50c and 61 bottles by all leading drug gists 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. SAN FRAKC1SCO CHL, KY new rtmr, r WA.....M'. To IB Dolls The Urgent and finest m urtment to be fonnd in tiro whole State Doll heads, armn shoos and doll Items of every I ind Dolls that do everything but tilk, at lower prices than over Alfio a grand new ctocK of very fluo and ityllsh Umbrellas among which we offer one lot GOOD Gloria fnll eire Umbrellas with silver handles, at only 98o worth in the city all over Latest alNkn of Ctba', Satrhols anil Hand Bags, Pocket Books, i idles Bnrrnu overs, Slnmber Boboo Bilk Handkerchiefs and Mufflers, and ladles and gents Glovds of every make Among our Gloves we carry the most durable kids warranted the b st made in the market Fine Underwear Caml rlc parro nts Corsets Hosiery and many useful presents arriving now every rt.y Chlldrons and Infants' 0 itSts our spe olalty Hand knit 7ephyr Worsted Goods, onreful, selected assortment New arri vals also in misses' and children's hati and caps, late t styles AH our goods are the very best obtainable and prl-ix GUARAN 1EKD P received a lot Black AIL RTIK Mufflers for ladles and i i t i ii i i i i vi. 15 EAST STATE STREET WINTHIII STYI.H! nwilJiYtf. SEAL TURBANS, SEAL CAPS, SI-AT T. o "V i- S, M t- A v Ot T o V H S. YOUMAN'S HATS A SFKCIALTY. MIL KI V BRO1 HERS 66 Wuren 8t. Ni-w Turk. Price 60 IdFI' IIAIll'INH On and QualiU. nlib t think ot jiutting an Overcoat or on our couiitLTs that neitl) and well in idt Tliat 18 the fouutlat on ot urtaL bosuiesa, aud Miia SLO.--UII the Cl thitit; tor Men and Boji thtaper iiiul bitter than A, 6th Chestnut. 13th Chestnut. (I edger Building Store WUTTINQ MACIIINHI. No Ribbon. Direct Printing. Perfect Alignment Challenger Co., GENERAL AOENTS NO 1407 CH (5X1 NUT 8TBKET Philadelphia, fa SEND FOR CATALOQUF HAD MAN Boogit hu AMPRIOAN CLOTHING AND TAILORING JO., would aoi carid how mnrh wmrl whiitltd through COR! V nrt clothing Boyi witk btit Ml TAILOR-WADE GDIrilNQ 6AM 'LE OVEKOOA i'S for worth U13, aid ou iMl'LE worth (ii aid 99 for Pants and BniU Oviicwh CLOTHING iliJE fO ta A M KlIUMi 0 So. 8 BUte. Cor. W DONE IN A FIRST-CLASS MANNER, AND AT SHORT NOTICE AND FAIR PRICES, AT THt Trenton 'limes J O i'rinting )cpartmcnt WASHINGTON MARKET BUILDING, Coiner of Front and South Kroad Streets. JUSI IH' A CASK OF THOSE Made by Lowney, of Boston at J. B. HOBEN8ACK, QOC PHUADBIPHIA PA. Aflvcrlisc The ifieolitlit In Tonthful Impra- lenoe Tonng men oontvuiplatlng tend for Modioml Book, Sent on receipt of oualtaUon houn s A H HUP II U mull DP M YOUR "WANTS" IN TIMK8,   

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