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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey VIII. NO. TKFNTON. APKIL 9 1890. TWO SWEPT BY THE CYCLONE. Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Colorado Shaken Up SEYEUAL I'rOFLh HF11F KILLED. Thirty Ynims Women Buried In the of uji litibiollu I uc ory at Nor- O Kllli-il mid Severn! In- stinck by Lightning I CLEVELAND, Apnl 8 cyclone struck Norwalk, O, it ut o o school was raised and damag d Jl WO hheds and chimneys were blown way At Mount lemsue lira I" red Eberlem, of Finzei was instantly killed by lightning M hich pccompanied the cycloue Killed bv the Lightning. FOKT WAYAE, Ind April 9 terrific thunder storm gw over the city and sev- eral buildings were struck, but not much dnmngod MI'S Ida Miller, aged 20, while standing in the doorway cf her fa ther'sstore, on feouth Callioun stieet, was struck by lightning nnd kill 'd Her mother was stunned. A Uuveling man, name un- known, who bad just entered the store, was struck rnd seriously injured. He is now at St. Joe hospital Pioplietsteiwn All Right Tha i cpoi Is of tbe Piophetstown cyclone were greatly exaggerated. The only dam age done by the wind was the blowing down of a grain elevator, the unroofing of the Burlington lailway depot and tho destruc- tion of a few cribs aud sheds A few per- sons weie injured, but none of them seri- ously A string or fourteen ears were blown out from a siding to the mam track, for thi eo miles witb brakes set THE CHURCH AND THE NEGRO Houses Wrecked at Charlotte. CHARLOTTE Mich., April terrific cyclone pissed over the northorn port of the citj yesterday The heaviest loss was to the Richaidson Mill company, the roof being torn oS tha main building, entailing a loos of II jor Packard's barn was torn to atoms. A wing to Mr Barhat's residence was wrenched from the mam part and lifted into an adjoining lot. The house of Dr Robecrans was dislocated Trcou were up- rooted and many small buildings were car- ried away The Cyclone at Denver. DENVHR, April 9 most terrific wind stoi m for many years passed over this oily ycstei Jaj M mj houses were unroofed, and the walls of several buildings in the course of erection ware blown dowu. No one "as injure 1 "CRAZY KELLY'S" CRIME Without Causa He Shootl Down a Med- ford (Win Society Belle. MEDFOHD, Wig., April man named Wi. ard Williams, nicknamed "Crnry Kel- went to the house of Judge Clinton 'J xtoi, of this city, and addressing Miss Maf Pntcbard, a niece of Mrs Textor, pnid Vre you Maggie Pritohardf She slid, Then he said, "You must nnd druwing n revolver fired at MissFritch- nr 1, killing her instantly The man then Eliot himself He is still tliva, but will Illegibly die. ho feelmz against Williams is so great that it is safe to say that he would not have live in hour had he not sbot himself. Miss 1'iiicnrd was one ot the leading young so- ci ty bjlles of this village and a favorite, Tun caiisj of the tragedy is not knowu ei- c t that it be due to insanity In FitoviDENut, B I., April9 Cranutonand Jiiuiestowu elected Republican reprcoenta- yesterday, North SmlthBeld and Vfcst (in o iwich failed to elect TJnder the stitut tha present representative ovtr, but there are reports from both tqwns ttiat an enehaver will be made to hold an- other town meeting. If the sitting repre- sentative holds over, the legislature will stand- Republicans, 52, Democrats, 47, Wltlj nine to ba elected from The Republicans will then noo4 to elect two to control the grand committee, while the Democrats need eight to accomplish the result Hilled bj the Old Colony. BCWTON, April 9 B. Marsh, an oil merchant of this city, was run over and killed by an Old Colony train last evening He was 83 yean old and a ton of erAUUr- mon Marsh, of Cambridge Woftd Vf.nt to Ou >N, N Y April 8 Rev. John D. Wood, tho alttged: bigamist, been sent to jail in d fault of bail Mann, of Bllffilo, irov'iprof Ms second wife, refused to go (n h B bond inpnrchsslngmeaiclneadoiVt Son and only tteng i AyerstMratpiulllalm Mr years, and to-day it Is. In tnrn ere: a trinmphant proof of toiu ernliig Education Adopted hv the TH E (inference NEW YORK, April 9 4t the last day s session of the New York Methodist Episco- pal confeitnee the R J lines B Chadwick corresponding secretory of the Froedman's Aid and bouthern Educational society, of- fered for adoption this resolution 'Ihe colored ran. in the iouth with their inherited tendencies of superstition and the long, dreary history ot iguoi ance, thnftlessness and slaveiy are entitled t education to the fullest moral and intellectual development, first as human beings with individual re- sponsibility and immortiil souls for whom Christ died aud, s coud, as citizens and voters in a representative republic The resolutions go on to saj that despite the efforts of the south aui educational aid received from congress and from i envious and philanthropic sources tlhterency is in- creasing at the south un.1 that the school demand cannot be met by her resources. The resolutions call on congress to take promptly such steps as their constitutional powers would permit and t'ueir wisdom sug- gest to continue to all such states as would accept the same the national aid to which the northern and westei n state s have boon so largely indebted during the past century in the founding and maintaining of common schools and in en igl toning and stimulating the educational spirit of the states. It was decided to semi the resolutions, which were adopted to United btates Senator Evurta, A suppli mentary report the amuse- ments of the present day denouncing danc- ing, card playing and the theatres was adopted. There was considerable excite- ment manifested in the conference when the committee appointed to consider the case of Rev C W McPherson, of Peeks- kill, who had been charged with "breach of itn lounced that its report was ready Mr McPherson was accused of hav- ing failed to pay his aged father per year on condition that his father remain away (100 miles) from the son The father is a man whose character is not above re- proach Mr McPhorton was found guilty, first, failed to keep his contract with hih father and, second guilty of im- prudent and unchristian conduct in failing to keep his natural and acknowledged obli gallons, thcicby violating the fifth com- mandment Dr Mcbrewalso said that Mr McPherson had been ctiibuied in a recent session by the bishop Ho stud that it IB understoo 1 Mr McFherson's (ration desire him to continue their pastor The afternoon session was largely devoted to the liquoi question 1 he majority report of the committee en temperance, in favor of prohibition, aud tbe minority report, which merely condemned licence, were discnssed.- Substitutes of v ai lous forms were also de- bated Finally all these were dropped and the resoluti H idopted by the conference of 1888 was agnui adopted It opposes hcense or taxation to regulate the liquor traffic because such methods msilrc tho continuance of the evil Lhrietians are advised not to Decontrolled by pirty organizations man aged in the inter st of the liquor traffic Voiuntaiy total abstinence is the true ground ot personal ance, and legal prohibition of the liquor traffic la the duty of the government A resolution was also adopted petitioning the New York state leglalatute to submit the question of constitutional prohibition to popular vote The Conference at Brooklyn NEW YORK, April 9 New York East Methodist Episcopal conference continued its session m Brooklyn A supplementary report was read from the conference claim- ants committee btating that the receipts ex- ceeded those of any pievious year, and the claimants would receive an increased allow- ance Gi rfflu rend a report upon the Methodist B ok Concern and also deal- ing with the condition of the Methodist re- ligious papers Dr Pullman expressed his regret that personalities had appeared in the columns of The Christian Advocate Dr Buckle} T th" editor, denied the truth of thin He said that before DUWishing personal matter to any pastor he gave him an oppor- tunity to set himself right before the publi- cation AGAINST DEALING IN FUTURES. PHELANWANlSlOFIGHl He Requests Satisfaction of Editor John W. Fleming. tlltlLLMir Ml i I lie -.tim b out >f tit cou 110 to JUIIN M sup Re- The Butterwurth Hill Favorably ported to the House. WASHINGTON, April Chairman Fun- ston, of the house committoo on agriculture, has submitted a report recotoiioading the passage of the Butterworth bill to prevent dealings m options imd futures by imposing special taxes ou dealers in them The report is signed by the full committoo It IB stated in the i epoi t that the bill is intended to apply to that class of transactions conducted in the bucket shops and grain pits of the country known as "pats aad including the whole range of more speculative gam- bling m farm products. "It does not affect sfiys the raport, "any legiti- mate trader or dealer in farm staples. It sotks to and does impose an internal revenue tax upon those dealers in grain, corn, cotton and pink who as a rule never eoe, own or handle a ptik or pound of the articles they sell It app les to dealers whose transactions have tho least possible reference to the sup- ply, and still less reference to the demand for consumption, who are not concerned whether the harvests are blighted or boun- tiful The bill which m terms affects trAnnao- tioua for future delivery which are innocent m tuemse ves and do no harm to any one, is yot to roach that of specu- lators only who sail what they do not owa, with no purpose or Intent, near or remote, to deliver what they sell, who require little capital or stock m trade, and yet who sell m tli buck t shops and pits of the United StiUs every thirty days more wheat than IB grown in the whole world in one year, thus In gteat measure destroying legitimate trade and driving merchants and traders engage 1 therein from the fluid, and forcing tht pric of farm products below the cost of production, rendering the calling of the farmer unprofitable aud degrading toil The commi' too oCTora an tmendmentto the bill providing that the act shall not apply to any contracts or agreements for the fut- ure delivery of any of the articles men- tioned In the bill made with the United States or any state, county or municipality, nor to the contracts or mad) by farmers for the sale and delivery of any of these articles in actual course of production by farmers at the time of making the con- tract The oommittoe adds that it has no doubt of the constitutionality of the measure, x Against Bill. NEW ORLEANS, April 9 Cotton KT- ohange has protested the Butter- worth bill Two at Cincinnati. CINCINNATI, 0, April ft The body of M unknown mnn was found (n Burnct woodj at 1 o'clock with a pistol bell in his bead. He was about 00 Old, weHdifck-d, a let'or rddiessed to A f 19 W_6 Eighth street, wns found in his pocket At 3 p m n man nimcd Ed Whittftker, aga4 35, of 15 I Ninth street, committed fttl- cida tyuittnp-hmthroat No cause assigned- nyjnn -Milngand -nfl by HPoHihig and healing the Cough (Jure ritei prompf nlltf lew, ?5 cents. A Newspaper Controversy hioh Stirred lp Bad Blood lu Editor Refuses to 1 Ight and Scores His Would-be Opponent In Ills Paper NASHVILLF Tenn April 9 John M Fleming, editor of The Knoxville Daily Sen ttuel, has received a challenge from James Phelau, owner of The Memphis Daily Ava lanche, and rtpieseutativo in congress from the Tenth dis'nct of Tennessee Editor Fleming has refused to accept the challenge, and exactly what further steps, if any, Con- gressman Phelan maj take are not known Editor Fleming instead of sending his ac- knowledgment of the receipt of the commu nication by wire, by which agency it was transmitted to him, published it in The Sen- tinel, and it is the principal theme of con versation Mr Pliolan's challenge came by telegraph from V> aahmgtou last Sunday, and was as follows The Challenge JWHINOTOV 6 To John M Fleming Kn xvilk lean When I wrote jou lr m I bud not seen youi letter to Tin M n jdus i runl You are a liar a toward uu 1 a s HIII I 1 I w ill await your message hero and coine to k t to ar range preliminarily JAMES I HELAX fl Editor Fleming H Reply. Editor Fleming wrote his reply which ap- peared in Ihe Bentmel last evening Heasks Congressman Phelan to consider in what a grotesque position he has placed himself, and then says "You hold a seat in congress from a dis- trict of Tennessee You have assumed to become a teacher of the childi en of the state, as a historian in the public schools You ought to know and are presumed to know the constitutional and legal penalties against giving and sending or accepting a challenge to fight a duel You ought to know that in ajmost oven possible aspect of the business ftisafelonv unishable by imprisonment in the penitr-ntiary "Your telegram to me, if it means any thing more than mad raving is a challenge by construction and in contemplation The interpretation most charitable to you is that the message you would await from me would be agreement on my part to join you in ar- rangement in the otherwise should you havtj contemplated Doming to Knoxville to arrange Not Worthy of Being Challenged. Assuring Congressman Phelan that there is no evasion desired in the matter, Editor Fleming says in the course of his reply I would insist that you had bettti explain' yourself You begin with coarse denuncia- tions, which, if true and yuu are stopped from denying them would exclude me from recognition bj a gentleman, and therefore not worthy b) your own charges of being challenged Furthermore, my observation has usuall} been that tlie denunciation fol lows the refusal to accept a challenge In- asmuch as I had you guilty of what m retaliation you chiigo upon me I am in olined to think the authorities m tho duello would tell you it wit, 30111 dut} to havt, de- manded tho sitihfuctiun usual among gentle men I nurcly cull youi attention to those points toshjw how ridiculous youhfive made yourself evtn as a protended duellist Opinion of tlte Puel "But I take no advantage of evtn this In times past t'u men who have especially commanded mj a 'm int[ i were th 3f> whn had the com l tr i t with contempt the demand of the duellist wl il) n cognizing and insisting upon the i of s If I wou d hav lo n recently to find that jou had hvel ilk so little lenru mg as not to knowu that the birbar ous role in which you have s en fit to dis play ytuibi If no lingers to give re- spectabi ity amonn even tint weaker class that once it chivalrous'to make even a bloodle s f xhtbition of metk coinage on the so called field of honoi A fl Roy I have treated your warlike message as se- riously as its ludicious character peimitted. Indeod, 1 am pretty well persuaded that you have bteii a spo led hoy flattered into a delusive assumption of soraebort of personal superiontv, a nustoitune which oftentimes follows too htil spanking and too much petting It rtqu r fe o i etunes a rude back- M 1 oi MHtimu H Htory a i i 1 htlun is one of tlie Jung f the house, aud a {Mjpuiai i hi i Homing isab >ut tmnty i i ut I i ii luu nud ti i g d m Journalism Ho M n I was at out lime hUtte. i 01 public liibti uct o i i he a n of thestoiy is ub f llowa r bad no advance sheets b jok appeared Fleming leucvved it sniugely m his papei aael not e ite it w ith criticising the book peisoual j attacked its mthor Ihenewsp per qu irrel which ensued causil tho issuance! of the Ati Indian (hopped to Pieces Vi ifA 1 T Apnl U has reached here of tho biutal murder of Charles Good ,11 a Cri-ek lueiian residing Ih ctim "us chopped to p ces es hu lay giieiing lu the house with his family about h m unit IK umt-taiices point to his wife as tueiei[ tiat i of the ci line Goodwin hud jf lute I e0 ie i is the minimum Hnges, while jUu uis get an advance of five cents at ilia aguotneiit u to last for two >ei is an t i 1 future) disputes are to he set tl TT1 ut I riti ttion M i Iti lleoted Cm Apil ne munldpal elcoti u like the eamtuinii that precedui it Ha nui kt I I git ut f xe item nt Tlio iscljs Accoi ling tj the best estimates Mayoi Oiistcs Uevelnti 1 m) has beeu n e 1 e 1 bj avwr 2 000 nmj i U ov t U 01 gu f1 1 iictn (Ii p} Ih 11 ib loans gain t ildaim n withaehan e of tHouore i untl SuiurttliH WUB with him about! MUKMi (nil (iui securities Uiouginj to tin. Ink It is i yst known whetlui Kimbi 1 is uli ti 1 laultor tho bank uKuiiimr n univ in tho tity ittst evening A lutttu Ii H ju boeu rtcoivid by Mi i kimbaU rioni M n treal which had been suit a I L Ihe postmaster at Moutruil to be rein ul 1 I y him to orcester 1 lu poslin ut i in lorh d this fact intlumvil p tljus B >il ing Kmiball s scheme to btaiu u gi 1 stm L on thu otilcur-i wh art) on hit) tr u k Kin ball is a popular }oung man tin un 1 Eancif r his Ht Beimird d gs takniK piizca at all dog shovvti Ho leaves behind him a wife and young childi en. "Ayer'i Vigor IB B most excellent prepara- tion (br the bair. I apeak ot U experience. Ito tue the mowlh of new and it and soft The Vigor Is a rare owe for W. Bowen, Editor Wn. qnlrer, McArtiur, Ohio TNM CNOICKVI H. H- SHKf.r.itnilKKGBK, Trenton, M. J, tuOS, w. JOhrffiON, w. H, CRISP, 0. W. 8JTKAUHT.IN, Presents n the most elegant form THE l AXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUIOE OFTHB FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Combined with the medicinal Mrtues of plants known to be most beneficial to the human system, forming an agreeable and effective laxative to perma- nently cure Habitual Consti- pation, and the inanj ills de- pending on a weak or inactive :onditton of the KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS. Itis tl most excellent remedy known to "LEWSE THE SYSTEM EfFECTUALLY When one is Bilious or Constipated SO THAT PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING 8LIIP, WEALTH and STRENGTH NATUrWUYFOlLnw. Every one is using it and all are delighted with it ASK YOUR DRUQQIdl FOR J Makes the lives of mnny people miserable, causing distress after eating sour stomach, sick headache, heartburn, loss of appetite, a faint, all gone" feeling, bad taste, coated _ tongue, and irregnlnrlty of Dl8tre88 the bowels Dyspepsia doei Aft6r not 8e' we" Itself. It f requires careful attention, Eating anlj a remedy like Hoods Barsaparilla which acts gently, yet efficiently It tones the stomach, regulates the diges- tion, creates a good ap- petite banishes headache, aud refreshes the mind I have been troubled with dyspepsia I hid but little appetite, and what I did eat distressed me, or did me if t0011 Dlirn would have a faint or tired, all gone feeling, as though I bad not eaten anything My trouble was aggravated by my business, painting Tist ftonr spring I took Hood s Bar- saparllla, which did me an StOiliaCn Immense amount of good It gave me an appetite, and my food relished aud satisfied the craving I had previously experienced." GKORQK A. PAGE, Watertown, Mass Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all drnggliti Prepared only byC I HOOD ft CO, IOO Doses One Dollar tc. HOUSEHOLD WORDS ALL OVER EUROPE. "BEST GOES FARTHEST." N w th it its manufac turers are drawing the attention of K tit in public to this Jirst since its invention, l f ill e >.is it will SDJTI be appreciated here as well iiK shin ill iver the world All that the manufactur- rs n i si is si nplv one truil, or still better, a compara- list with uhdtivtr other cocoa it may be, then VAN Hoi i r s s COLO If will convince every one of its grent siipinoiiiv It is b( c uise of this superiority that the I iifflish p ip( i 11 ilth sijs "Once tried, always used." I nil'SMl ft I (Te VAN HOUTEN S COCOA, 1 1 refreshing and mrarublnf [W Uiiibrella and GENERAL CONt ECM 10NEET, IT u Bnperflne Cream Chocolates a specialty An Immense ixaartmerrt of Cachons, Lozen- ges, Drops, Cough Candies, Nut Candies Car- kmels, Mixtures, Penny Goods, Turkish f'andlM, French Creams, French QIaces, etc. Prices moderate SOUTH BROAD STEEbl, NEXT TO BEOAD bTBEET BANK ANGELO CAMERA, Paop Celebrated Spring Styles now on Sa'e. NIW A i ARK ABBIVINQ AT MANUFAUIUREO ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. FRANCISCO, CAL, KY NEW YORK H 1. WAUJS' FANCY STORK among which are new styles of Fine Hosiery and light Fancy Under- wear. OUT Hosiery a absolutely free of dye stuffs, which is very dan- to the wearer of inferior gtadea of Departments for Men's furnishing Goods will be opened this week at both stores. Ihese Departments will be conducted on the policy that has made our Clothing famous the best style for the least money. A f VATKQ A. U TO STKWAKT 1 and Chestnut 1 13th and Chestnut TTAMMOND Eqaipg YOUNG LADICS BFRVIOE in OOUJSl'Hfa BOOM in AKK SUCCKSSKUT. kuUCATOKS, We wsiiunt oar goods to give positive ntiefnotioD, both in quality and price. We have received a complete lute of Tnfanta' Goods, at fine Clonks, Kobes and Drtaaea. Everything for infante' wear. Kid Gloves our specialty, in the very beat grades made. Bring yonr fine Parasols and Silk Um- brellu now for coverings before the rush begins, to them all ready in time Goto A. i NO SMArrjEHTNG, NO, NO HONMBNHU In Iti OF TRAINING. ModMu Mtthodn, Af-fltio.., Progran. The Shorthand Department Ofien) the very beat facilitUt for acquiring ikill In HUCCEH8I- UL 01- -2 Shorthand. AiW-'Va RAVin AND -id BHOmS THOMAR J. HlMiWART, BOI ftft, N. J. 1O la Sooth plRTB nitorioi them lo ud Bi BUvm. Hwtrle tn ..t Fell or wo rorfilt K OT In CMk BELT ud SuyOHrr Coaptete l> ud-p Worn euei tv Cared ID three monthi Setled pfrpblet frn. j. K, 3. if, HOLT, jr., JOnn A. BOUULTZ ft BltO., W 1' t. 3. RICHARDS, THO9. Br AOH.WOOD, WAT.TKH Fiftiu, T. LAW8HB, lo. STORK. OPKW1TKW1I H4I.L. fill I OF An ordinance to authorize the issuing of bondl to provide for the payment of the expenses of piving Evring street from 8'ate olijet to CTOSJ street, Thespeciflo vessment made by the Board of City Asiooaois on lands ben- efited by the paving of 'EwinR street from State street to Cross street amounts to the gnm of five thousand nine bnndred ninety-five dollars and twenty-one cents The of the City of Trenton do J, B. II06EN8AGK, PA. The denoe. Mod lot receipt of ipeciallut ta You'rirnl men contemplating Medical Book, sent an hours 8A.M. on 9nndaTa. CO., 618 7th St., WASHINOTOK, D. C. Successful practice before the scvera Goverument Departments during the last twelve years, enables us to all Claims to the best advantage. Ap- plications lor Pension, Increase of Pen lion, Bounty, Pay, Ac., promptly at- tended to. WRAPS FOB EASIER. Have you made your selec tion We have a most pleas ing variety. We are showing a large line of JacVets, both plain and jaunty, at prices ranging froiu to oo Then we have those stylish and convenient shoulder capes, cloth, lace, beaded, New shapes and styles not shown last week. We have t jld you about our Peasant Cloaks, made of English waterproof serge, a most useful garment for wet weather dry weather and tra eling. One of these will prove a very satisfactory investment. The children have been well looked after in our prepara- tions for the spring trade We are prelty well satisfied that you will find you want for them in our stocVx KUNSMAN, Section 1. Thut the Treasurer of this citv issue bonds in the corporate of the city to an amount not exceeding tbe ram ol five nine hundred and ninety-five dollars and twenty-one cents payable in ten years from the date thereof, with interest at the rate of four per centum per annum, payable seml-an- Sec. 2. 1'hat said bonds shall be sealed with the city foal, slgued by the Mayor and the and attested by the City Clerk; they shall have interest coupons at- tached, the deliver; of which to the City shall be a sufficient voucher to him for the pvuient of the thereon specified, and tbe faith of the city is hereby pledged for tbe ledemption of said bonds Sec 3 lhat laid bonds shall not be sold at tax than their par value, and the prtcoods theieof shall bt app'ied by the City Treasu- rer to the payment of tbe costs and expenses of paving Ewlng stieet from State street to Crow street, and to no other purpose Bee. 4. That said bonds shall be of the de- nomination of one hundred dollars or multi- ples thereof. Sec, 6. Th-t said bonds, to the amount of four thouwnd, eight hundred and fifty-eight dollars and twtnty-one cents being the "nonnt of i vnmenton lands as "ble for the peculiar benefits received by improvement) shall be paid from moneys received from such v? the one thousand one hun- dred vd tnlrty-sevrn dollars shall be TJtlUi vd paid by and to that end a sum eqri'l to the yearly inteiut and one- tenth of principal of nid remainder shall levied ich ywratthe time the other In thla ally are levied, nntll said bonrll inall be folly paid; and all of nld prlBclttl asaiore annually Mid to the OommLiionert of the Sinking Fund, to be exclusively applied to tbe liquidation of bonds. Common Oonnnil April 1st, 1890. P. 0. OV8WOH, AM I: President. JHQ. C. 0 k Oily HAD JIII5J MAN Bought hi. AND TAHOR1KG 00, hi how mnnh thsbi 1 BE8I IA1LOR-MADE GLOIliP At much 1 worth d i worth f ia, H for OMM. j p.-to --1 OlXXCtflNQ "Ang xO hrwi -3 A lll Ifo. 8 Sttte, Oor. 8.. ALL ORMM PROMPTLY AmNMD TO. TklMMINGM ANii Bo- Mana, Gvona, Hoaieiy. CrUrVAli and Undorwiar iver befo.e inoiid la thtfdly, of almoit evexy- trilng (hat to make up a store, as Jiephyrt, Ftl C I All m.V n jf i AH r An Till i Ral Wool of and Medicated and Me.ino VWytoall. I N. Greene S ;