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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1884, Trenton, New Jersey II NO Iiditfon LIGHT IME PETITION TO GO BEFORE COUNCIL LUt of Trenton Who the of the Pending 4 to he Deferred Council will to-night take action or unfavorable on the pending light ordinance and friends are it mwt sow come up on Tf it a dangerous let it bo they say and if it w to be a let Council pass the ordinance A fight will be made against wots they too will delay action If amendment adopted ware must for another About the only point on there is yai ible tool for amendment that touching of the poles The opponents of ordinance will urge that the rights of property should be carefully guarded hut in the a provision that all nMk shall he the Supervision of Street and Strict That would to insure the of private property Gently if city officials to their A STRONG The ordinance will come before Council backed op by a strong petition for its signed by leading who are shrewd enough to know whether ordinance will benefit or injure Trenton is a full list of the signers whose apeak for themselves William Dolton Co Jos Ashton Son K Wilson J H Wilson Co Co Richard A Donnelly Co Dunham G W Son C Hill McGinley Co Philip P pater Chap Stake an Alexander Dunn Mangold A D P J Cornell Co A V N R Ivins Alpaugh Thompson Stoll Dye A K A Manning Charles Johnson J TT Co J H Wood Delaware Ice Jrr Hancock F S Katzenbach Jl Co Boy Owen Arthur Schwartz J C Clayton C fioa George P Co J J Boyle Brewer Chas Bechtel John lor Joo Union Pottery Co Henry T Cook Conard K Woodruff Jr A Wellington Henry Wood pr E B B Packer Joseph Rice Albert Clayton Bros f- B John ton Co B Hunt Dippolt Smith Treas Lock and Hardware John B THE EXCISE It is thought that the supplement to the will not come np for action this ing Tne to delay a final vote here also apparent When the ordinance wa- inferred back to committee at the laat Ing this be for the purpose in that been Thomas of the said to a reporter that tho ordinance ban not boon iota hU bands There is no expectation that it will be reported this even before introduction will ite going over for another meeting as an cannot be passed the same it it amended There are hints thrown ou in that the Washington Hal 4 who had the ordinance themselves delaying action on it the sale of beer at balls goos on without pr license and all ti ipe Don't Quite Out o the County JaU Jan 3 -A daring attempt at jail delivery ww mode on night which cleverly thwarted by Jailer the inmates are Sheeny Levi f Welsh and Skinny About 10.30 o'clock the jailer heard a noise f theorist floor of the jail and off his shoes he quietly ascended a lil only by of the jail lit he had left burning w oat Tne jailer remained on the for a minutes and Of lantern flatbed on In in followed by the corridor with bis made their nay 41 did ia the jailer -I fiction the that th w the had opened to IB ft few more the r to the t of a few floor of r N and to the The of Miw Kate J Hill as in the Academy Street School the election of a new teacher by the chool Board last After two ballots Cook chosen Tne Committee a Discipline reported the following ions and transfers in consequence of Mis O F well to bo to the third floor in the Academy Street School to have charge of the oom Miss 0 B to be he fifth grade vice Mrs Kiwell ilias to bo to grade vice Mise promoted Annette Hanna to be promoted to the Miss Wiggins Mill lorence Dickinson to bo promoted to tbe grade vice Mias promoted C M Fackenthal to be transferred to Hanover street vice Miss M F Wiggins Miss Sallie to be promoted to hird grade and transferred to Union Street Mias Louisa Abel to be promoted to grade yce Mian OH is promoted Ida Fairbrother to be assigned to first rade Bellevue Avenue School Anna Gribbin to be assigned to first jrade Rose Street School The report WAS and subsequently tbe following report was also Mrs to fourth grade K J Hill Miss CaDis Rose street Miss Rowland promoted to third grade Union street Ida Blake to second grade Market 7 Mua Ma Fairbrother first grade Centre street Miss russie Cook Bellevue avenue The changes vill not take effect till the beginning of the next school Superintendent Shepherd reported a balance f 94 The report from the High School tbe roll to be 69 The number in the other schools south t the creek and north of the creek Bills amounting to were On motion of Trustee the Committee were Directed to investigate the subject of drawing in the schools some having been made in reference to system in vogue A V Stoiy that Be Bead with Interest 1 w Force of PHILADELPHIA Jan 4 John B Stewart an old Columbus arrived in from Pittsburgh reaching the Broad Station about 8 o'clock in the le went to a neighboring restaurant where ne obtained breakfast and then returned to e depot with the intention of continuing his j to Newark whither he was bound for the purpose of some property As he stood in the depot waiting the ol the train a took up a position near him The latter was approached by a man wearing a blue uniform who said Your and the are ready for removal to This remark attracted the attention of art who inquired of stranger if ho in Newark replied the owner of the corpse Then you must know said tbe the name of whom he was to sec relative to tbe purchase of the property Oh responded the stranger he lives near my fatore Well I want for flight spoke up the man in uniform The stranger handed him a check for on tbe Fido National Bank New but the man io uniform returned the paper with the that he I'd mil have Change for So large a draft Turning to the farmer the stranger ex- that he nan in of having the body pf a near relative whi bad died away ft home removed to Newark for burial Just loan me to pay the freight charges and you can retain this security until we reach Ne when will pay you handsomely for your With said the unsophisticated man Ohio he banded over the mone and accepted tbe draft Then the trio took seats in the train bu the swindlers soon eluded the of farmer and quietly left the car Stewart at tempted to find them failing in sud denly dawned upon him that he had been A Bit M County Clerk of Hnnterdon county juat recorded a mortgage made by th Bankers and Merchants Telegraph to the Loan and Trust th amount of which is or a cent gold bearing bond It covers n the book M wind N w clear wind 30.58 A furious at Buffalo Gen Giant U itill confined to his bed China ordered two torpedo boate river is rising Nil and in Canada uel News on this Other Subjects Samuel Bayard Stafford retired to the of his farm i Pi inoe George county Dryland to prepare a of tbe gi eat family and if still more clearly he identity He that the British to bo fied that he bw old and that it still inds proof accumulating of royal blood in his He makes no claim for but ra his Sarah Smith de from King tbe Third He fa that this was kept a secret till he let it out under the of friends ng the late jollification in New York Even mw he reputation as an American patriot when her regal descent is made ic But facts are fact and the truth must elling her of her blue blood AH to the Samuel Bayard says he in his a slip from the late Chancellor of he English Exchequer testifying that it ia the flag of the Bon Horn me Richard Another item gft interest chiefly because there is no likelihood of the music reaching Trenton is that Samuel Bayard intends ng the Winter to amuse neighboring farmers with the song of Paul Jones fight he has composed and which he refrained from singing in New Yort In Prince George the police regulations are patriot and only surviving member of the Stafford family promises to send THK TIMES a portrait of himself with iat plume frock and flag as exhibited in New York some ago IN talks of selling her State railroads and offer to bur U from 10 to 30 shock of earthquake M- more of the in the The of Colonel lit ji ted Vi ta gone of the Third BY HE POPE ig to Threatened Leo if CouHnued to Support Dispatches By Associated to THI LONDON 4 The Koine correspondent Port says that the Pope's secretary Boccali opened a letter from America to containing Fenian threats against the Pope should he continue to support England against the national cause in Ireland letter alio states the protection which the Italian gives the Pope who is now the only sovereign from dynamite will be no avail against the operations of the Fenians The Pope is warned that there are priests whom he is hound to receive who will obtain access to his presence and who will sustain the cause of the Irish against oppression Meeting of the Representatives of union League of Professionals A private session of the Union league of Professional Bane al Bingham Honse yesterday afternoon Four clubs were represented by the following tes Felix I W C Soddens Rich mond Va and Dr G D of Baltimore Md J T West and Joseph Simmons of Wilmington and W S Miller of Reading Pa W C Seddens pre- sided and H H Diddlebock of Philadelphia acted as The meeting an- to begin at 12 M but it was nearly 3 o'clock when it was called to order the de- y being due to the of delegates from other clubs expected For this same reason the session very and at about five o'clock was till to-day several of the delegates taking trains for cities which are thought desirable as members of the for the of ob- information the prospects of clubs being organized there Five clubs are not enough and strenuous efforts will be made to the number to eight to be located inside an imaginary line between New York City Pa anc Richmond Va President McKnight of the American present during the informed the delegates that a majority of the American clubs have signed pledges the rule recently passed relating to the inter- changing of games with clubs ao far as the Baltimore Club is concerned thus permitting that club to play with team L Hobbles Other Things Mr and Mrs Nat C Goodwin and the root of the Weathersby produced their and dramatic so called there is about hobbies in it in tbe Opera night The audience was not aG large as it might have been but was very appreciative The old favorites who compose the company acted all their wonted vivacity of face form and language Mitt Goodwin brilliant and was encored at every available opportunity Mr Goodwin's tions or celebrated actors were received uproariously To morrow evening in the Central Baptist Church the Frey Concert Company give one of their entertainments They have been meeting with gieat recently in other New as Boston The press of the latter them The performances of Fry and her daughters on the cornet end other are said to bo very fine John K Owens and company play Cooke's Corners at the Opera House morrow evening by No 10 Spartacus Tvodge No 10 of night installed the following officers D G C by P C Kemp of Pennsylvania and P C of performing the P C Thomas C C S W Keller V C J L Wm Davenport M P A Spracklin R K of R and 8 W M Disbrow M at A E H Hurgood I G J D M Campbell W Davenport Z Taylor Representative to Grand Chas Alternate J DOTS Injured Several boys while on Canal street Princeton yesterday on a low ft carriage which going in opposite tion were about their heads ana Three of Kl Rogers Mony Kane Will Hurley a critical Sunday School of the Clinton A wane Baptist Church held iti Christies There H long of And in the little ou did Afterward and no end of good things A World's in tn THE January i A meeting held at Grand Hotel last evening to make ar- for holding a World's Fair in this city in 1887 It was the most influential ever held on the Pacific coast Governor and read letters from the Pacific delegation in Congress promising their support It was resolved to provide a guarantee fund of and when this is obtained to petition and the State Legislature for ations The feeling was strong and unanimous to out the project Near Perth Amboy By Associated to THS ELIZABETH January 4 A freight train on the Lehigh Valley Railroad weal bound was in collision this morning with a Pennsylvania Railroad passenger train east bound at Valley Junction near Perth Amboy Both locomotives were wrecked and several cars broken Nobody was seriously injured The Lehigh Valley flagman is reported at fault v A New Book by Queen Victoria By Associated to THE LONDON Jan 4 The announces that a new book has been written by Queen toria entitled More Leaves from the Journal of in the Highlands from 1862 to 1882 Copies have already been presented to a few privileged persons Cook v at Court ago of stealing HV where he tic BMt u ii V Persons Charged with Murder By Press to THE TIMRS ST Jan 4 Over thirty arrests have made of persons believed to have had connection with the murder of Lieutenant Colonel Pennsy -ad Reading Glaring at VacK Other LE Pa January 4 A corps of Reading engineers arrived here night and yesterday morning began work It is believed their plans are to locale lines to obstruct the Penns railroad from entering the town If the Pennsylvania docs come into town it must do so through the gap on the south Both sides of tuis gap are occupied by the Reading railroad double tracks while between are the river and path The Reading corps ran lines the gap for a connecting link between the two branches of the road thus making another obstruction In the afternoon ever a surveying corps the direction of J in the interests of the proposed Pottsville and railroad which is under the patronage ostensibly of the located UneT point be low the gap through it and from one end of Coal street to the other Tbe repair shops of the Philadelphia and Reading Coal and Iron Company are located on both sides of Coal street which is one of only three streets on which a rival company can enter town road street being occupied almost entirely by the Philadelphia and Reading road and Centre tbe business street of the town two engineer corps watched each other but no hostile demonstrations yet curred A white woodcock and a Crow January 3 A taxidermist of city is preparing a woodcock that recently shot by Milo M Main of North Stonington in tbe southeastern part of the county it is supposed to be the only one ever taken in this State Nelson Reynolds of AX Successors win select Governor Abbett during three yews term of will have the disposal of the following 1884 A lay Judge of the Conrt of Priors and Appeals in the place of Judge Kirk two Commissioners of Pilotage in the place of Thomas S Negus and Robert Simonson a of luxation in the A M one member of tbr State Board of Health vice Ezra M two managers of the Trenton Lunatic Asylum vice Caleb 8 Green and S Cannon seven of the State Normal and Model Schools vice Charles S John Benj Williamson Thomas Wm H Steele J M Hows and Bennington F two Trustees of the State Industrial School for Girls vice Samuel A Unison and two of the Reform Boys Allinson and Na than T Stratton Lay Judges of the Conrt of Common Pleas for the following counties one for Burlington Bergen Cape May Cumberland Gloucester Hudson Hnnterdon Morris Ocean Salem Somerset Union and Warren Prosecutors of the Pleas for the following Camden and Somerset 1884 A Judge of the Com I of and Appeals in the place of Judge Cole a sor to Chief Justice two of the the place of James Wilson and Joseph l7 three Commissioners of Pilotage in the place of T Robinson Warren Pitney Curtis and Samuel R Tobey one member of the State Board of Health K A two Mana- gers of the Asylum to succeed Augustus W Cutler and Samuel S Clarke two Managers of the Trenton Asylum to ceed Samuel M Kamill and Joseph H Bruer two of the Reform School for to succeed George B Swain and Nathaniel S Rue Judges for the counties of Mercer Middlesex nnd Monmouth vutore foi the counties of Bergen Burlington Gloucester Morris and Salem 1886 A Clerk in Chancery to succeed Geo S a Judge of the Court of and Appeals in place of Judge Green one of the State Board of Health vice K S Atwater of the Morristown Asylum to succeed James S Green and Hiram C Clarke two Managers of the Trenton Asylum to succeed William Khner and ter TAW Judges for the counties of Hunterdon and Sussex A Lay for Atlantic county Prosecutors for the counties of Hunterdon Union and Warren Inspector of Child Labor vice Lawrence T Fell Besides the foregoing the Governor point successors to Quartermaster General Perrine and Adjutant General Stryker viding they send in their resignations they are supposed to do at the beginning of the Governor's term of office ABOUT THK LOTS OF MERRY MAKING ON THE the Is work of Jack Fruit T Jack Frost was busy last At TU o'clock he had driven the ey AJ reliable thermometer tw far as 28 as the hours sped away the temperature more and chilling This moving and the Lady Pond were oof MI A with a thick coating on which the tint id skater might venture in security wards noon the rays of the sun which warmly had the glassy am free of creek somewhat but the Lady Pond av firm as ever The few feet of water ia canal are of course thoroughly frown the skating here is the safest of all bers of boys and youths were oat on steel runners this morning The State stieet down to Baylor spot This section was literally covered early this afternoon On crook no one out ftr but gliding leisurely shore where is shallow No accidents bave been A number of yonng ladies were noon carrying on to the Lady Pond or tbe canal If the gather con- skaters are hopeful of excellent sport to-morrow and perhaps day J Drunkards do Not the TOAD The opinion seems to be prevalent your said Judge in v Abram Howard a colored youth at to-day that when become in- and demand liquor saloon keeper he must give it ot yoo may re venge yourself by destroying his property It you revenged on by breaking a window of Purcell's ance in and I desire to opinion you and your about the rights of property Vour ir- tence is six months in the County James Niles who broke a window at Mitchell's on Warren street below State was sentenced to the same institution for two months i Fin COURT is visiting in Westerly near Where the bird was shot says that he saw a white Woodcock in Wisconsin more than 40 ago At Clark's Falls R I a perfectly white seen ma nock of ones by several of the villages in the outsit ir la of the village the other day Another one was seen in Voluntown last week by P of plage It alone Mr approached it to see what sort of a bird it WM It uttered an unmistakable caw and flew He says that it was as white ss a goow to Pay a Cash NEW YORK Jan 3 There WM strong advance in Reading to-day on the supposition that Mr Gowen had fully arranged to pay a cash dividend and that the annual report would indicate that the company in a Tery prosperous condition There is some about the expediency of paying the bat the died within the Ust week The of Two Felly who go to Jail Page Patrick Dugan were tried in Special Sessions to-day on a charge of stealing from the phia and Reading Railroad Beasley prosecuted and Lawyer Polk defended The offence occurred on the evening of Decem berlOth The rubber lay in a bag on freight depot platform and belonged to a rubber company According to the story of Switchman Fred the prisoners tore open the bag and were canning the goods Page was halted He pieces of rubber under each aim Dugan was too far ahead to be stopped but was arrested by Special Officer Barber at the honse of Michael Meyer with whom he and Page boarded Philip a junk dealer bought a hundred and fitty pounds of rubber from Meyer the day after the theft Meyer said it had not been Both Page and Dugan when put on tbe stand denied that they bad seen each other all the evening the rubber was stolen Dugan who stands about five feet high said I was never before court or squire I'm forty and over in the country and can give as good a character as any other poor man He knowledged that he was in the railroad yard but saw no rubber Page also had never boon in i old He was intoxicated evening in question having drunk at of a pensioner who received his pension the same day Mi- chael Meyer who is bail for receiving stolen goods admitted that be sold the rubber but didn't know who brought it to his yard or who don't the proceeds of the sale however went to pay the board of Page and Both prisoners were convicted and sentenced to jail the former for two and tbe latter six months Bright and for Distinguished A visit to the Senate and L bers at tbe State to-day showed thing in and about these legislative halls in readiness for the reception of tbe la era New of cheerful colors bw laid in borh apartments M in tbe bies and private rooms adjoining The have been oiled and look like new Tne of different Assembly men tbe beats they will occupy the session from the glass in the roiling overhead AQ to the below looks bright freeh viting The watchful eyes of Janitor r and Mrs Meeley not allowed a nook nor corner to escape the scrutiny of brush iJ It Tbe police an M tod a Hungarian ho MM on tbe it iet The fellow an to death md and all until in the a country of A ho to HIA told tor he Vi nd he ox tt1 it A Pi to 1 January 4 For the Middle Atlantic States fair slightly on Friday followed on Saturday by light local shows and colder weather Saturday night variable winds in the and shifting to northwesterly during Saturday ing followed in Southern portions by falling barometer Before me of The Board of Trade held an meeting at the rooms on fowt State evening and discussed several portance Among them was the rf sewerage in A I read inviting the Board in com w bodies to send a to be held at Washington w -t 15th instant for the of National Bankrupt Act pending in Judge Buchanan and Bennington GtH selected to represent Trenton to ray the Judge Nixon in the United Court to day refused a motion of the ants to introduce new evidence in tbe John Illingworth and Patrick Doyle i T H Spaulding The state of Cg been already heard Francis of for the defense appeared for the and J C Clayton The denied because the A ere nn to pay the coste of the The revival tarries in the Central M E Church continue very Joel Parker of a fine team of to Wm Dolton There will be music at St John's Fair in lor Room this evening The next of the Board of Freeholders will be on of coining week nir doll at J 8 store by ticket No HI hold by Mrs J i of Perry a booth Vitsk is la lookup tc be this evening for petition of in the public niu be In the School building t W B KM been the dels MM M B Charch to the Uy north V t it and that wuth Of the ewk tn f II In School New went into 1st on the Pennsylvania Railroad govi the issue of tickets for if children The rate was reduced to cent oil the monthly ticket and to age removed in the regulations of are pursuing courses in elementary to rate A monthly ticket rate AI for a single mile at for true and for three for a the present of the City District room U ft brought in by Constable It the worldly of young man against to recover tbe amount of a b opting to Mary J of aro to be sold in a or t u Bradford for 46 the Philadelphia hM that he for re election at the Mr Bradford b of Dii They ent Ay
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