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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               1HJI TB-NTON, WKJJNtfBDAY f Fl. 10. teuton PUSI-ISHED rftr JON IN 1 COR. hROMF ANDS SRC- THiNTON, N. J. 61 rvaireHJB AMD flH 1 -KM I" Delivered by Curriers o 4e   Lbe of the Burrounrtlrj lowua (or Twelve Ceiitaa Week ail Five a Ynar or Flfti ri M juUi I paid Single Iw On DrCFMPFR 10 1890 A SFNS' LF'S DEMAND. Thi Nrwarl 1 urnxl csMs f r an invesli fib aie t ompi el traud Treasury tit i rlniei Is 1- mj nutii tlot-i it niuke Mich a Ii tin rt IIM reason fur it oulsnie uf a low inn tied desire to throw suspicion on polnaal i piHiueiita" Isot one Jl i- u cliimnd I) >ru of a diseased state of political ru iralfe a demand lu peifei t umxonaute with the course of the noera th exceptionally dne business men, and iii thtir hands the interests of the btate flourished instead of suf- fered Or course, the Comptroller and Treasurer would not bj ct to the lir veetigation itself But what they and honest man would regard underlh circumstances, is the insinuation that some- thn g diKreditable if not dishonest would be revealed by such an investl gallon It TIIF weather prophets are to be believed the piece of ice delivered at our doors next will be visible without the aid of a microscipe, THE threats of the Democracy to re peal the new tariff bill as toon as they are map >Mhou to do and the be ief on the part of the peoi le that the-e thread Mill he fully carried out if the Den i cia'ic jarty isguen full power in the near fulure, are respt ntible f r tin m failurts that have recently (Gcumd m ihe business world. Tut t' mb (f Gen Orantwill remain at Kiver-id >e-n rk The House of rest nialiMs to decided yester- daj 1 til dt bate was both lively and interfsiiiKf nveral umisualjj etfrciive epetthii, IK dtlnered on both sides of i lit ijne-t uii Mr Hdwer made an eh quent defence of New York aaaiust tlie diarue of pap-mum} and lack of pullic and uientiot cd some o the uuiifiient (ontnbutlotis which her made in times ol public di-t en ind ejlamitj GHOVFR (11 has just in- formed a S nih I) kiitu friend that he woudl( a J'reH Initial ciiuliiUte in I11'- AMmt Mirrnsiig informaiion this niuvt have been to the said fneud A on i< iAi estimate of the perkoniel (I the in the H irepired by Clerk Mc- Pherv n i-lii thnt of the 177 Repub- lican- in ihe recent House but 53 have been rt turned lo ihe mxt or less than one-third llim v, ill I arely allow oue Repul lican member of former service to a -ta iriing eoinniittoc, of which there are 49 and seven short of givine one trained Republican to a committee Btandmaand select of which there are to There will not be enough all told to give each -ite, torpid liver, pllea ana HOB. 8uleodld for men, women and children jjt, MAll_ "Or 96 luntl rtUfi-wW.--.jl.'.. .IU Kiitertulument A entertaii ment WHS given last at Uuiou Lit) arj Hi II Mi Charlotte A.1 en Hiid the Ireuton Club llie mo writien and reu dered by Al'ei is a bright and account ut rxpeneuee scenery p'ates, events mid im in S i zt-i 1 trjd, iu the touriHt'ri OA u words in tcrruptcd hern ami them h) BOIIHB ituii letl tatiiuH The Z ther Clu i were at ihei beat, showing tareful tiaiuirR nut) study under the leadership ot Dr Jacibi ot Philadelphia who rendered a a 'o with exquisite delicacy ot touch and t-xpreasiun Ji Mil ut 11 la n I wul J-, II 1 u el t 1 1 i w i 1 n I 1 ins' in i I u in a i m u t t that 11 ii i ii e matt i i 11 t I finite i i v n that I m en 1 I time tlut l i s select  e caught on a needle's point and embalmed in such colors and so put to gether Audacious often, but never harsh. The hurrying Occident has only time to ad- mire. Would you see them T hey re worth a pilgrimage just to look at, as you d go to study a master artist's chef d ceuvre Hrices go like this: Embroidered on 24 inches square, 75 and 8 4 square, Embroidered m 18 inches square 24 inchej Equare, f3 27 nches square 50 to 50 4 4 fqnare 19 to 54 sq isre, 6-4 square 120 to 7 4 tquare and 8 4 squari 8 4x9 4 Berl spreads to 84x104 Tuitiah Embroidered Porto res, Moor sh Portieres MOP. Trrkish Covt rs embroidered on Situ 24x11 inches 28i-8iuch.s 24s86imhe' or, Chestnut street front. '1 hree thoughts from the Visses and Children s Over- wear Misies' ctnperl Cloth Newmarket, 14 ai rt 16 year sizes, at tne kind MISHS All-wool Checked Cloth New- marbe s with 14 and 16 year sizai at iho 114 kind Chiidrei 's Plaid loth Oretchen Cloaka 4 10 12-jear sizes, at J550; the kind Values run li-e these in doz ens of things. 'econd floor, hestnnt street, A Special Blanket Unul Christmas we shall sell at jtio a pair Blank ejs that are quick value at An extra fine white Blanket from the famous North Star" Mill One of the best ma' es in the world lor beauty at These are Holiday hints and no mistake Second floor Juniper street side JOHN rilATLOR OPERA HOUSE. A. car Wetlnofldny nnel Haturdav Mmlnees. Com menolng Monday, De ember H MISS ZEFFIE TILBURY. Monday Hoodnmn Blind v I he King fay he -il vnr K Iru 1 hnrwlay I hn I IghtN (J Lou don Friday l h- LUbU I Hid n Haturday _ Two Orphtns Prices 16 25 35 and 60 teuts bealB on tale at Donnelly B 'I1AYLOR OPERA HOUHK NIGHT ONLY MONDAY DEIEMBLK 15TH The Popalar Cumedlani II. SO CT- t- Under the man agemcnt of Daniel Frohman In hla greatest success Useful Cliristmas Gilts. is ready for a big and early holiday trade. Don't wait until the last days, but come now and make your The Maister of Woodbarrow. selections and have them laid aside. Read this list of uso- ful presents. Peats on sale Friday December li at Don. ne ly's furoishlnK store Prlces-ll 75o 50c and 25o warmth and wear. Fvery fibre- warp and filling is of pure, soft downy wool. Per- fect finish Fancy brochi bor- ders in pink blue and red. Each Blan et is bound at both ends, and the pair put up in a neat, strong box In intrinsic value this Blan- ket is the equal of our much taKedof Blani-et that is ta ing so much of happiness and warmth into homes here abou-. Near Women i Waiting Room Doulton Dinner -i pieces) go to jant Sets Fie l arlsbad Dinner Sets in new shapes I JEOPLE'8 THEATER Week commencing December 8 ANOTHER BOOM. TWO GREAT COMPANIES. OLIO AND DRAMA Blonde Hill's Claim, Popular prices 10, 20 and 30 cents Cars waiting after the pcrrormance Fair and Bazaar OF AAKONWILKESKOSl, NO 23, O A R TOR THE BENEFIT OF TTS KFLIKIT FUND AT MASONIP TEMPLE, i I l- i J k- -K< l- il 1Q .j.'Q C5-i? INCLL ADMISSION, 10 OEMS. 23 Valuable Loor Prizes. An In'erestlng Progran ne each evening QOPQEOUS DEC  i Come and an even g th Ihe Old A terans PAl'BONTZE IN. US1RY AJID t 'J2 Trenton Watch. The most reliable watch for the money" Call and see the large assortment at II. I.. ItTUKHTY'O, THE RKI ABI C JEWRI EH, iao Perry Stroot, Opposite Trinity V Ei. Uhuroh. Xmas Presents To f puroh ser nf w or more we will give an 1891 Dfek and Pen Boliier To every purthftner ol worth or mo-p we will give a Peoples Typewriter, worth EXPRESS WAGONS STEAM ENGINES, BICYCLES, TRICYCLES, VELOCIPKDES. Lowest prices Fully guaranteed White Cycle Co, 118 NOBTH BEOAD STREET. 'ItBlSNTON CIT7 BONDS CI I y OF IKENTON, N J TWEN- 1Y YE4E4 PEE CUNT BOND3. CI1Y OF TEE-JTON, N J, TEN PEAR 1 PEli CENT. B ND8. The City Trcaonrer will sell 8t public ou MONDAY, DECE.MBEI? I'iTH at hlj office, at 2 o'cbck P M i 4 per Police Department Real Futate Bonds renominatlon laterent payable aomi- annnally, p i nopal payable twenty yaara from date of bonds (December 15 h, 1890) Also 4 per cent Public School De- partment R-al Estate Bonds, pnncip 1 pay able ten years from dace Interest payable as above bonds will be sold to the highest bidder a ove par, in amounts 10 suit pur- and will be ready for doliveiy on day of sale. CHA8 P BB WN, 12 B Ci y Trea nrer Of black dress silks, mourning goods, colored dress goods, linens, blankets, woolens, lace curtains, and the heavier articles usually kept in dry goods stocks. I have had something to say m all of my advertisements. In this one I be pleased to call your attention to some of the lightei and smaller articles which I have in stock, from which suitable presents for the Christmas giving may be selected Handkerchiefs for men, women and children, m silk and linen, in white, colored and in mourning, in plain, em- broidered and initial Choice perfumery and fine toilet soaps. Kid gloves, m black and cplors and white. Hosiery for women and children, in black and fancy Women's and children's rubber and cloth-covered gossamers Umbrellas in great variety of styles and prices. Ribbons in blacks, whites and colors. Undeiwear for men, women and children. Ruchings, brushes, combs, shields, SMOKING JACKirrs. HOLIDAY NH1CKWH1AK Kath Kobes, Silk Suspenders, Night Kobes, SilK and Cass. Mufflers, Fur Gloves, docket Hooks Umbrellas, Collars and Cuffs, Silk Handkerchiefs, Kid Gloves, Jersey Coats, Rubber Clothing. OVIiRCOATS, SUITS AND TROUMRS, For Men, Boys and Children Underwear and Hosiery "For All." Neckwear and Hand- kerchiefs packed in handsome boxes free. RICHARD A. DONNKLLY, .ti (jood Clothing and Fine Furnishings. OPERA HOUSE STORES AND ADJOINING. N l 3 i i J A l i IOLIDAY GOOIX China, l amps, Glass, Hric-a-Krac hVHR SHOWN IN TKKN1ON. No wise shopper will fail to examine the stock. Kverybody should see what the market affords. CLARK BROS. CO., 123, 125, 127 N. Warren Street. j A iv ao EAST FRONT STREET r-i A TQ u {j c i i i i !L Between Warren and Broad Streets. Jt Oft, B A T S. I have on banel a large line of SkntPS ol all the hpRt mflk R, at the lowest prices, to CIORP out HUH t? r-pedal la called 'o my Lon? Reach Shat -forty miles an hour. uoi 1 1 Affords the very best fucititiets for acquirin practical instruction. The English branches, Book- keeping, Banking, Mathematics, Penmanship, Stenog- raphy and Typewriting are taught in a most superior and satisfactory manner. The teachers are capable, enthusiastic, energetic workers, and are in full sympathy with the principal in his dctci mination to have the Stewart ITammond stand first among the foremost schools of its kind in the country. Progressive methods, successful teaching, superior appointments, these are a few of the distin- guishing characteristics of this school, and the remark- able yearly enrollment of 450 students argues conclu- sively that the pretensions of the institution are not ill-founded. Our success is our best argument, our work our best recommendation, and by the work we do, and by it alone do we wish to be adjudged worthy of patronage. Term begins Monday, September 1, 1890. Enroll at once. For catalogue, Ac., address TH08. J. STEWART. Box 627, Trenton, S. J. College Kooms, 10 
                            

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