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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey YOU VTl'l. NO. 9331. CKMNTON, FKIDAY AHM'KKNOON, JUJJK 6, 1890, TWO CKN'i'B CHICAGO GREE I S DEPEW And Depew Booms the World's Fair Scheme iiu, iititoic CIUMJ 000 il to an Kn tertuliiiug by "Our Chauucoy on thr le it oilel s I mr I m le Saiu a Mm i vlilc txhlblt ut Farls CHH r nit Six thousi id Chicago md Msite is assembled in Vu dit riuui list listen to Chuuucey M DipLN u ho tldiM-itd an ael Ire-ss upon the Loiiiuirf, uiiel s1 f ur under the auspices of the PhiL i0 I'ltss club Stanlej W attr Iqo prt-sident of the Press tlub introduced Major Cre itr who m turn introduced Dr Deptw Lund and long continued cheer the famous New Yorker as he slipped to the front of the platfoim Here aie few the salient points of Mr speech J mrtmlism and the Fair 'The question w Inch has. been assigned to me bj committee la the 'World 8 P in aud the suceiss or the failure of git it elite: t pi ISL Hill lip dependent in a xreat imasuie upon the which is taktn of it bj the press ind the countrj If tlieie be not a general agreement among ni sp ipei'b of the lepubhc as to the uirieter and extent of this exhibition and suppoit which it should receive it had better be abandoned at tho start Bidden here to speak upon the World a fair, m on utw I may appear as the captne chained to the chariot wheels ol the con.jHcror for the purpose of gracing his triumph but a broader and more gener oils conception is, that after a healthy and fuendlj in airy as to location we aie now ull equall) earnest and enthusiastic for a phenomenal success id to tho World. Ihe mat expinsion of our own me ins of inter communication and our f muhar knowledge of part of our own countrj have led us to believe that the world ippreciatcs us in equal measure w ith our estimate of ourselves But this is only the utlermce of the Fouith of July orator and the d cam of the schoolboy Our his al i lent disappe ired from the seas, our, freight is cirnei in foreign vessels our navy is i mjih ind the lesources of our diplomacy are wholly unequal to the task of teaching the intelligence of foreign lauds Exhibitions in tho Past. "Our firbt exhibition in New York in 18o3 was nnuaged by a priv ate corporation and not properly supported by the govern mint, M is opened by the president of the Tjnited States and closed by the sheriff of the eountj Foreign exhibits were seized for iti> obligations and Horace Grreeley, one of its managers, was imprisoned m Pans for its debts Our second exhibition, the centennial one of 187B at Philadelphia, was ev crj thing that a city and stite and the in telhgent endeavor of pitriotic citizens could ere ite, but it lacked the cordial co- operation of the government to make it all thit it might have been The grandest and most satisfactory display of the pro- duets ind the uv ilization 01 the world ever gathered was the exhibition in Pansduring the 1 ist summer V Miserable Showing at Paris. It w as oulj vv hen an American came to the limited space but partly iilled, as- signed to the Tjmted States, and saw how utterly mideqiwte was the exhibit as a ri'pieseut Uiou or ev en a suggestion of our ineenu nt and achievements in the arts, in mechanics in industries and inventions, that with the blood mantling his cheeks with mortification he felt that our credit and our reputation, could only be estab- lished imoiig tr idmg and commercial peo- ples bj an exhibition m America, the most majestic and couiprehensu e, and an im nation to the nations and tribes of the e irth so hobp t ible and importunate to them all within the boundaries of our tair i he Columbus quadri centennial celebiation will be the only one within recorded time m which all the world can coidullj and fr iternally unite It is not to that the two eve its to Inch today owes its advanced position are the introduction of Christian. ity and the discovery of Ajnenea Columbus the Heroic Crank "Columbus staudb deservedly at the head of that" most useful band of men the he roil cranks in histoiy The persistent en thusfobt w horn one generation despises M a lunatic with one idea, succeeding; ones otlen worship as a benefactor The ragged nav igator at the gate of the palace of Cas- tile and Aragon outranks in fame and beneficent endeavor all the kings and states- men aud soldiers, not only of his own peuod, but also of those which have come alter Following the hues of his own great conception, this celebration in his honor is not an empty pageant of music and artil of baiinus and processions tat a gath- eimg ot the same representatives of the in- duliti H s of mankind for the purpose of en- lara'U the liberties promoting the peace, improving the condition and broadening tue intelligence of a race An Eloquent In conclusion Mr Depew said "Let this international fair be held, let the 400th an- Jiiverb iry of the discovery of America by Columbus be celebrated, let it be com memoritul by an industrial exhibition grinder m extent and volume than any even been before, let the Old World know what their children have done in the New, let the stars and stripes float from every roof and turret and flagstaff, let the bands nunouuee the opening and closing of the fair each day with the inspiring strains of oui national anthem, and we will separate from this grand communion, more deeper than ever before with the that the m oudest title on earth is thut of American citizen A Coffin Trust Is tbe latest. KOTIII sihR, N Y June 6 are in progiess looking to the conaolidatiou of a numlier of the leading casket nmnu f ictorn s, one of which is that ot the Stein Manuf itturing this city me ciipitil stock will be The firms tu it will be icpresented have works in Kocncoter Oneida, New York, Hoboken, Boston and Chicago The properties are now bi appraised, and it is that the consolidation will soon be ef fectcd Mr Flali to Mr PlatU Nnv yoiik, Inuo i, Fish, Jr., opens, v upon Hon homns C Plntt in a lettei to 1 he nl and f denounc ing Mi Plntt i action and tlmt of the Re puliheii' ,tatc tnmuitreo m .rending Messrs j ish in 1 Uiblw out of tho piity 'Ilu kit i aruiscu Air I'l itt of miking riiils h i innnvlitll md of oth i r THE BASEBALL WORLD. 1'laj era League. At Nmv 01 k- Hew Yjrk 30002420 Brooklj-n 00010120V1 BOSH hits York 9 Brooklyu 14 Eirora New Ysrk J Bro Mvn 0 Batteries Lulugaad LwiiiK li) and Dal) Attendance -.Hoy At lliililili Plillnl i 0 0 t 0 1 0 2 0 Boiton Bust hits 11 ilu If Iplnu 13 15 )slou 8 Errors liosuu 4 Butteries aud Mi Kabouiue and Keilt> Atteniiauie 1 toll At Clevelau Tl B (Tu 1 called at the eud of tl e s t_uu I 01 ticituut of ruin At Chicago Pittbliurc OOJ04000 6-1. Base hits Ct K P 1 itthburg U Errors ft I itt i irg 1 Haturits aud GulMii an 1 Qumn Ulcml nice National League At New "iork 000100001 Boston 0 J 2 0 1 0 Base hits New 8 B ston 15 Eirora New b Bustou 1 BiLtcnis Welch aud Buckley NichoU aid Briuuett AtLuudauce 4U9 At Pliiludelplila- Pbiladtlpli a Brool IMI Viw hits Pliiladililili Id Biouklyb 6 Er rora j Bioiklju 1 Batteries Qleasoil ai d L eiuenta Lovettaiid btallmg At U-uda i e 1 JJ At Chicago Cleveland t called at the eud ol the thud uu aicuuut ot ram At l'itf-u irg Fjttibiui; Cuicmuuti J310JOOO 1_ S hub 1 tt Inuj, 1 Urn, unatl 9 1 riors G Cincnmati 4 Bitterns faillinttl aud Rlnnt said Hai i Auiorliau Vssoclutiou. At Brooklj u- Brooklju RochektLr 0 0 0 0 1 0 Base hits liioilliu h Kjchister i Eirora Biookljn 9 Kocheiler 4 Batteries Matti more ail 1 Boueih MeLiUiie aud Hair At Columbus i Toledo Base hits Columbus 8 T lulo 6 Errors Columbus 3 ToL lu 1 batteiiLs buiilh m d Sa0e U i Iner aud O Couuor At Lou 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 S St Louis 01 1 Base hits I! bt LJUH 14 Errors Louisville 4 St IAJUIS j Meakiu and Hvau aud Muuyou 4t Sjlacuse J Athletic 0001001 Base hits bjracuse, 11 Uhletic 10 irrors Syracuse j Batteries Cosev aud OEourke McMiliuu aud K b usou Atlantic Association At b 5 Base hits II ilmuigtjjn y Lnois New aik 8 Wilmington 2 Battenes Miller anil Duffy btom and Corcoran At Neiv Haven 5 Jersey City, 10 Base hits New Haveu 6 Jersey City Errors New Haven 8 Jerse) City 5 Batteries Qlllllandand Uoffoid McUenmtt ami Murphy At reester 10 Haitford 6 Base hits Woie'stor 11, Hartfmd S Errors Worcester 8 Haitford J Batteries Winkleman and Moore btnfford and Wilson A lirldgepoit Embezzler. BnmoEPOKi, Conn June 6 A of embezzlement which occurred several months since by which several prominent residents of lurubull aim sm rounding towns lost large amounts of money has just come to light 1 he alleged embezzler is Bollin Beers, son of Legraud D Beers, a young lawyer of much promiss doing bus.1 ness in Budgeport Several months ago Mr Beers v rated his home and secured a large amout of money from his brother and sister, two wealthy neighbors, Miles and Flhott Beardslcy, Rev C G Adams, pro- prietor of Ihe Church Record, m South port, and others, representing that he would invest it in mortgages m Brooklyn paying large div ideuds It is expected that his will reach nearly 000 Llliott and Miles Beardsley, it is said, were victimized to the extent of and the others in amounts ranging from to It is thought Beers has gone to Canada- The Conference. RONDOUT, N Y June 6 the Mahonk Negro conference H G Houghton, of Bos ton, read numerous letters and telegrams of regret from prominent men in different sections of the countpj The discussion of the home life of the negro in the blaok belt of the south was opened by Miss Emerson, secietary of the bureau of Worn en's Work of the American Missionary so- ciety She was followed by President Woodworth, of Pourgaloo university of Mississippi, Rev Dr Pitree, of Washing- ton, and others The discussion was very spirited and led to questions of education for the southern negro Resolutions on the subject were presented by John Jay, of New York, and under the rules were re- ferred Hon W T Hams, United States commissioner of education, and Hev Lyman Abbott also spoke The closing session w ill be held today The Bryn Maitr'a Commencement, PHILADELPHIA June 6 The 134th an nual commencement of the University of Pennsylvania was held m the Academy of Music here yesterday Degrees were con- ferred upon the graduates of the depart- ments of arts, sciences, philosophy, law, medicine, dental surgery and veterinary medtcme Commencement exercises were also held at Biyn Mawr college (for at Bryn Mawr, Pa. The graduating class, which includes ladies from all parts of the counliy, was addressed by Professor Ora Remsen, aHmg president of Johns Hopkins university Wants the Reward. ST Louis, June 6 A new complication has arisen in the case of Mansfield King, the Denver bank robber Governor Fran- cis has honored the requisition asked by the governor of Colorado, but Sheriff Do- genbach, of St Louis county, has not flehv- ered King to the Denver officers, and it is said he refuses to do so until thp reward of offered by the Denver bank has been paid King is under indictment for horse stealing and therefore in the custody of the court His trial is set for Friday next A Strike Declared Off. BOSTON, June strike at J P, Squire Co 's pork packing establishment at East Cambridge, which was inaugurated April 19, has been practically declared off Leaders have admitted that the strike hiw failed and are willing to be hired as in dividuals on the old basis Mr Squire In an interview said "The policy of the firm remains unchanged and such men ai ore satisfactoiy will be hired needed." Striken win. Nmv YORK, June A The tin and sheet iron workers and roofers on strike in Brooklyu are giadually gfcining their point eight hours, union men and union wages. Only about fifty men are now out, and they mil doubtless be taken back soon Congressman Tttrgney Renomtnftted. Hoi DRN, Mo June 6 John C Tarsney, in congress from the Fifth MiHiouii district, wan nominated by the niociatic convention to ancceed himself The v or 1 01 i i j USB of Av t i i Ir- i I ot tntiiulr Satisfactory Uut Is Much Better Than No Bill at All June 6 Mckinlej pro- voked one of the most spirited dehi tes of the session when he reported from the com mittee on rules a resolution providing that the house should proceed at once to con sider the silv er bill agreed upon Wednesday night aud that the previous question should be ordeied at 3p m One hundred and tvvent) voted to make the silver bill the special oidei aud 117 against it Messrs Anderson, Bartine, Connell Dchaveu, Featheratone, Funston, Kelly, Morrow, Hermann and lownbcud (Colo) voted with the democrats m the negative Mr Blount was beaten on a motion for rocou sideration by a vote of to 118 The pending bill was then read, aftei which Mr Conger ofli red_the caucus bill as a sub- stitute It vv as discussed at considerable length but no vote was reached The cau- cus bill is as follow s Be it enacted etc that the secretary of the treasury is heieby directed to purchase from time to time silver bullion to the ag gregate amount of 000 worth of flue silv er in each month, at the market price thereof not exceeding for 371 and .25-100 grams of pure silver and to issue in pny ment for such purchases of silver bullion treasury notes of the United States to be prepared by the oeeretai y of the treasury in such form and of buchdenomimtions not less than nor more than 000 as he may prescribe, and a sum sufficient to carry mto effect the prov isions of this act le hereby appropriated out of anj money in the treasurj not otherw ise appropriated t Redeemable in Coin Sec the treasury notes issued m accordance w ith the prov isions of this act sbnll be redeemable on demand in com at the treasuij ot the United States, or at the office of any assistant treasurer of the United States, and when so redeemed may be reissued, but no greater or less amount of such notes shall be outstanding at any time thun the cost of the silver bullion then held in the tr asury purchased by such notes and such treasuiy notes shall be a legal tender in paj incut of all debts, public and private, except where otherwise expressly stipulated in the contract, and shall be receivable for customs, taxes, and all public dues and when so leceived may be reissued and notes when held by any national banking association may be counted as a part of its lawful reserve Provided, that upon demand of the holder of any of the treasury notes herein pro- vided for the secretary of the treasury may at his discretion and under such reg ulations as he shall prescribe exchange for such notes an amount of silver bullion which shall be equal in value at the mar ket price thereof on the day of exchange to the amount of such notes presented Tho Coinage Clause. feec 3 lhat the secretary of the treasury shall coin such portion of the silver bullion purchased under the provisions of this act as may be necessary to provide for the ro demption of the treasuiy notes herein pro- vided for and any gain or seigniorage aris- ing from such coinage shall be accounted tor and paid into the treasuiy Sec 5 That so much of the act of Feb 28, 1878 entitled "An act to authorize the coinage of the standard silver dollar and to restore its legal tender character" as re quires the monthly purchase and coinage of the same into silver dollars of not less than 000 000 nor more than worth of silver bullion is hereby repealed Sec 0 lhat whenever the market pnce of silver is determined in pursuance of sec tion 1 of this act is one dollar for 871 25 grains of pure silver, it shall be lawful tor the ow ner of any silver bullion to deposit the same at any coinage mint of the United States to be coined into standard silver dollars for his benefit, as provided m the act of Jan National Bank Balances. Sec upon the passage of this act the balances standing with the treasurer of the United States to the respective cred- its of national banks for deposits made to redeem the circulating notes of such banks, and all deposits thereafter received for like purpose, shall be covered into the trmsury as a miscellaneous receipt, and the tren-i- urer of the United States shall redeem from the general cash in the treasury the circulating notes of said which may come into his possession subject to redemp- tion, and upon the certificate of the comp- troller of tho currency that such notes have been received by him and that they have boen destroyed, and no new notes will be is- sued in their place, reimbursement of their amount shall be made to the treasurer, un- der such regulations as the secretary of the treasury may prescribe, from an appropria- tion hereby created, to be known as Na tional bank notes redemption but the provisions of this act shall not ap ply to the deposits received under section 8 of tbe act of June requiring every national bank to keep in lawful money with the treasurer of the United States a sum equal to 5 per cent of its circulation, to be held and used for the redemption of its circulating notes, and the balance re- maining of the deposits so covered shall, at the close of each month, be reported on the monthly public debt statement as debt of tbe United States bearing no interest Section 8 provides that the act shall take effect thirty days from and after its passage Proposed Mr McComas (Md) njoved to amend the substitute by adding to section 6 the words "and the of silver bullion nhall be suspended while it in being so deposited for coinage Mr Taylor (Ills) offered an amendment to the original bill providing that if the net amount of silver bullion re- ceived shall be less than m any mouth; the uecietaiy of the Ueauiuy shall on tto mcceeding month purchase a suffi- cient amount to supply the deficiency Mr O'Donnell (Mich moved to amend the amendment by striking out and inserting This exhausted all the amendments which cnn be offered undgr. the rules, and, although Mr Bland was on his feet demanding recognition, he was ignored by the speaker A Compromise Bill. Mr Conger (la) said that all general legislation must of necessity be a sort of compromise So the bill before the house was not entirely satisfactoiy to every one It was not such a bill as would be drawn by the gentleman from Massachusetts (Mr Walker) or by the gentleman from Mis Bourt (Mr Bland) It wns not entirely isfaidory to himself Ho believed that tho bill first icpoitfd vvns the best But tin i Wfui tho 1 ill_uhieh thomaionh b IKVIJ] d i T n tinnlil 1 i-lth Pri ilnl-1 1 in fpo ril rho vvonMh n i hi nc 1IH IIIR oomplftoH rfHoinl health nnd hni eyes nro as well MS ever, with not a tranoof Rcrotula In her system Kids, Kllllngly, Oonn would impiovetno pn nt status aud m iki i 1 uu si n li in tin din tion tho g vnmii HI luht to I u Id vl tXKMKKI tui u i (Us to our 11 ulntii n tvtivviii I In j would ilium li iti 1) mt in il t M inse tht tutarj must f i t lie I ullion vvitli thts n tu and with in thinj, ilw I nilei tl 1 tin i t in must pa} fn ll I ill! m in 11 IH n li md I ndi i tl i i si I 1 IN t i nil i f silvi r pun 1 i u til I be npi s nt I in pupir elini! i n Mi MeUH Mi (Illi) spoku li fiv r if ttu fin c in i i of iihtr Un 1 r tin m ins bill In siil tlie si tetcry f tl tuns urv loul 1 t ion h with the i i 1 n t IIH mi i tl t i 11 iti ui more t! in 1 o Ki OOOivuu soini silver svnl it t nld presint I OOtlillllounusotsih it tin si i rituv tbe In-t in nth and i IM m ti s tliinloH Iti ul 1 then rttmu Hie n tis1 andttke mt th silur and th II vv 11114 month it-, imp s nt itssllvir could c tntiiiue tioin month to in nth and from j t ar to j i ir MUir in the Seimti AYASIIIM 11 s lime Ihsuick ad drissing tin suwti bill said thit In tit p nun if thi with wlmhhe nas tonvusint niiu tentlmoftin agriuiltm il popuhtiou anil of thi iiitt 111 gent ind vv f liners win p s d to tin fice of the w ills silvel In tin 1 illtul Mntis he lilt n Shu man vvh f 11 M 1 mil I lie huheVi 1 thut tuisiiM n [is lustil in silver btilh n wotill bt H sif( a substitute fnrptpir mom v as u il 1 bi ion 1 He did n >t fin to it t th se notis tvuy saiuti n and v line Hut the t'liited States could Confer WEST POINT EXERCISES The lliinjr ill of thi Sen Coast Bllttirj a Smctss N June was the h iltt tdu ot UK present s-prin., Ihcsputit is i rs inspc tid the treisimrs ofliu md disbmsiiiL, dipirtment when si 11 1 t fi id tunthing H ttisfiu i lu i iniin iti jns f the tlnsses in n t nal mil plnlosopln and in i In in e an 1 umm n ulso took 1 in und i tbe >f the board Ihe mi ml is of the cl ISMS acquitted them wihes n lit iblj llun i mi the it event of the d ij Ihe IHHU 'lull of the sia battei) 1 IIL linn w is from a p mt on the nvcl side to the tiitT known is Grown a distinct of J 10) and JIO feet Col I M Wilson su] irmtin lent of the academy jtrsinillj dimtcl tlitsi exercises Ihe t 11 hu_i> punted pitch of white upjnihi si le of thi did ihe guns were in mi i i It} the c idefs i f the second el iss comman U 1 b chiefs i f d t ichincnts from the fust 11 ixs and th it thin m tiksmanshlp was r i 1 wi the frequemv with whiili the piojutilts could biMin striking tin t und sen hug fragments of iv lull p unte 1 l k flvms( 1 hue re two 15-indi smooth bores 11 und sohl shot three s inch coiiviile 1 iille firing W) pound solid bhot, and 113 m h Hi pound mortal th i i i ii n in 11 i 11 ID Is nil nil us i If il tint Hi ill i t six it 1 is il nt Tin e nllinj m II.M nt.n- II, ,ul I in I 1 1 Pirrine- dielintln (nl it il I pneu mom i 11 i K t i K 1 st i ite, dienm stinei.s II i Hi HIM in i f the Ciiit- llllk nun I l i h li is suit tu n e I i 111 I M I in mtlnimti f >r 11 I li t i in 1 is it mt tune 11 1 _ t Inn it Absolutely Pure. A cr am of tartar baking powder High eat of all m leavening stiougth 8 Qov ernir ont Report August THE AMERICAN H.ank and Insurance GUARANTEE CO. HlOME OFIK 1 I ASH ASSETS NEWARK N J, 00, EDvVAHD SlIIIfKHAUS, PHFSIDENT J VICE PKBSIDENT WILLIAM S( HLEK1 H THPASURKB JA11L3 1 CONNELLY, MANAOKE THE AMEBU AN HANK AND INSURANCE OUAEANrEE e OM1 ANY ISSUES CEB- TIFICATKS GUAEANTEEINQ DKPOSITOBS AGAINST LOSS THEOUOH FAILUBIM OF NATIONAL, STATE OB 8AVINO8 BANKS, TBUST COMPANIES ANNUAL RATES OF PREMIUM 81 00 guarantees Deposits not exceeding 8300 81 50 guarantees Deposits not exceeding 8500 82 oO guarantees Deposits not exceeding Clark i BOAED OF TKADE BOOMS, TEEN TON The latest novelties out in Ladies' ind Children's fast colored, best quality hose, among which please note following famous, absolutely fast dyes The Y 8 F the Star, the Daisy and Gloria Dye, which lengea the whole world for ita equal in quality and extremely low prices f ho reduced prices are aud 26c and upwards Onr nexf novelty are new styles just ont in Children's Hats and Caps, to which we pay especial study, and always had tho name of selecting the prettiest, handsomest assortment of Infants' and Children's Caps and Hats Handsome Hats reduced to 25c and upwards Fans I Fans 1 Fans! All styles made, along with Buck- les, Poiket hooka Corsets fine Cam brie Underwear, Underwear, Hlbbons, of every descrip tion, Mitts, Parasols nnd fine Umbrellas is our grand specialty We keep only the Very best maeiyvParnsols and Sun Umbrellas, alongVith and at lowaMSan truly city prices Look at them Call and be convinced. J i, OPPOSITE CIIY HALL The Real Estate, Safe Deposit, l rust and Investment Co., ise -w- SPA j. _i TRENTON, N. J Transacts a general tanking basin vj Allows interest on subject to eheck at sight of various s'zos in It) flre and inrglar proof the renter keeping the key Acts as agent for collecting rents for pnrrhvo or sale of real estate. Kreentoo traits of every description, u FTecutor, Administrator, Gniidian, TrOJ- eto Loans money on mortgage on col- lateral. Agents for Cheque Bank of Cheques for good in all parts of the HCOH H. HAMIH, H m BY 8 Vice President. ASA F. Snittu, BABKEB QDHSBK, Sn.. Treuurer. G. Elugh H. T K. Adates, SarkerGnmrniira, Han> Vogus, Sarker Jr, rVash'n A Roebllng, Otteu H. H 8 Little, t> B. Hitdon, 8 Meredith Dickinson. J B. Edward Grant Owk, Kdmnnd 0. Hill, MOST APPETIZING EASILY DIGESTED. TH si thtir cocoa easy of eligesti.n ml 1 ps in th highest degree its delicious .u in i It in i Unit tl sli former, fifty per cent greater th in thr of "BEST GOES FARTHEST." W Tl N s ov e c n mult pjiirnt, il In Holland, unit ll to-day better and moro miyoreh, Inillullon. Intact (II ujmit- 1 rl r, 1, t, (Joco. ,q i.ln thin Imenl.ii-. i I I I l, ill ,1 i itntiv, ..le in the wrd 1IEK. 53 Celebrated Spring Styles now on Sale State SLroob STKWART HAMMOND li'S AKK KiiUCATOKS, OF- 8FN H A Ifl, NO NONSENSE in ltg OP TRAINING Modern M.thod., SnoctMful IndiTidti.l Attention Progrtflr. The Shorthand I Jepartinent Terjr HUL if IB oAortOBna. ikill in Moving, RAPID AND 2d. J 81EWART, Box M, Ti 1O 12 Sonth Greene Street. H, N. J. Nl W ALL 1890 STYLES AT SURPRISING PRICES. Not only 1890 styles, but the summer's favorite fancies, and a big slice out of every price some tut right in two FANCY bURAH PARASOLS at each Made to sell at 50. FANCY and PLAIiN HURAH PARASOLS at f2 50 each Made to FANCY HURAH PARASOLS at each Made to sell for ?4 and 50 each FANCY and PLAITs bURAH PARASOLS at 50 each Made to sell at ECRU SPANISH LAcE-COVLRED PARASOLS at each Made to sell at ALL LESS I HAN OF MAKING. 75 Dozen LADIFS' PURE SILK LACE MIT8, Black and Colors, at 12jc. a pair Reduced from 25n and 37Jc. PLAIN CREAM CASHMERE JERSEYS at 50 each. Eeduced from 50 CREAM CASHMERE JERSEYS, Braided, at each. Reduced 14 CREAM CASHMERE FULL 50each. Reducodfromtf These three lots of Jerseys are the flues quality of Caihmere, made In the BEST possible manner and are guaranteed perfect-fitting. GltANVIIir It. IIMNIG ft, CO. Successors to Cooper Conard, MARKET STREET, TWELfiH, ANU display of Trimminn, No- j Ooods, Hodery. ever before MIOWB in of almoct every- Ben to make up a Hut-oN Chenills K-IOJ f ring ft, Vll.rf, Oailk, Itmbnl MU Por O, ft, Tootb i AH rf OO.M a P. Oouu -tr for T ..4 m AH ll ..V, of foi T-IV a >ta dttpriei -I" G. 0. i ioo, 120 "N. liroad Rj YUUK "WANTS" rriMKS. ;