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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1887, Trenton, New Jersey V 1372 FRIDAY 1 TWO A MEMORIAL MEETING BOSTON'S MUTUAL ADMIRATION SO CIETY HONORS LONGFELLOW Hy Irt m I rout l heir Own BOSTON J of famous i from wui ut Ha fur he benefit of J 1 he d a of Boston i uf nh figure in clicks about the Hub meat Ing was well Among present att the names making faint HI When the applause which followed the rising of the had J Norton raid and are met e OF TEMPERANCE A Lively Content Iu D vf 1 titr Ala regular meeting of lalot No 44 4 o P held m the rooms tii 1 even lug uu eating Election hold to officers Jor quarter 1 he W tt very heated contest down be two of tbe m the this lal hud de things went ou it came to A KB e waa over or a week Ibe la result of the c W A Butler W A K S M t S Alexander Me K Conduct or Harry lamed Conductor Whallen J O S W P Mrs May era At tbe of tbe task of ciala stirring hes were in order and tbe following brethren part David Kobert L William bins Vienna M J H and Worthy Patriarch Butler Trenton haa the following rep in tbe Grand Division of New Jersey Bros D h 8 Dickinson A J J Hur roughs Wm Thomas Oeo k R I V M K L Smith aud the W P The next quarterly session of the New Jersey Grand Division will be held in the rooms oi tbe Beacon Light No 208 No 12B Mulberry Newark on M Brother ilham is also a rep to the National Dn mi on ot North America which u the highest of tbe order of Sous of Temper ance la composed of elected represent atnes who won tbe highest officia in respects e Orand Divisions Tum division holds lU sessions aad legislative the friend to all Others have a have tin but re in mme lio hiw t thp poet to of the common heart o t nun in There w for to uiti i tors whom part IK of I Jin h mil tr put aim th uf nj And thus comes i ne ho M U tin pit Ql tile w 04 ul of HUM Unit Hf Is I i ii ft Darning interest in t Mmk Tl lor him Mr gu uc a of Mr W ari UP IIN 1 vti n WILS h as She m n w uf ti Britten hj a teacher win IP of rim errors le blun ders the estimate of Ur as a i and humorous writer a ripple uf laughter Mr article contains the following of I be curious made by pupils iu a syy tem of n man the Bible amenable that in mean of being on acid to an orifice the food rocks tn which fossil corn is found a to a eucharist Vm belonging to the FJ idolater a erj idle person a who a goad dinner u tn fun of what can arj one who for a of um jnu u the of an a man who hts pray m publiu ten acres of land Here Jw o IP the luw K indeed Up The it U a ner rw in the also in Democratic now and then Horn are two whoie tUe a writer of plays demagogue a vessel mid liquids Here is one which is stive 1 by the company go round and tne meter zoological aud geological m his mind but not to tongue gone and lot out a couple of which ought rover to hose been divulged in any There are a great donkeys in of tbu boat fossils ore found in Mrs Julia Ward the next authors to entertain tho Bhed she throo poems including her famous or tho Republic and a Co Bev Edward Evorett Hale next entitled The Harvest Mr Bailey was in- Professor and Story of a BaJ Boy the Included by George William Curtis Mr T B Mr w D CoU with Mr James reading af MR to U The amount i tor tbe fund will be Mr Field gave of the Boston Museum of pha Ke bv tlon an u e of and Bnt art tda from tho of the Ana bnrn which are the matt of The fi Fw more w of ioda or other Them tbe without prod n ring benefit NO Of MiTOM be In twi The ftf H H and U of Ibrahim was dft tied la tht Court of Her suit was for 000 which she alleged she bad loaned her in A Bird that n this a gilt loan hut it U hid bteo repaid br both principal and tn tbe which be her in vull m of I er dower or any other r tmi she have hia lie the natural interpretation r the will ano ao t wU to be paid Sy 1 Pr lO To to rn n an T toe the popular M agin ley ill uj jito t rr i 41 creation tn i i tt tt in charming Mar Thp j cr h The great a ular drams bs 1 IIP artistic ever on the stage will amuse at the Opera Tuesday Miss C the tamour Beauty is 8 member of the combination A J aj for I ills to be Lay Judge oi vn place af F Loe The nomination was interred AT ST LOUIS Malno tn the Board of RT is 1 and in A from the of rommen P r of waited on ill and hmi to tho cit The then him to the En a wus f H UVH an him Jjt their Ut After the Blame was to of ex WK pic ered and introduced to the vast by Uai ono hen M r Blame od to the front of the rostrum ho pli j He made a brief chit fly de to local He of Ht as it waS when he WAS n bov when he knew tt npd fts it IH know and of HIP r on netted with its nt and After jo to h hotel and passed the quietly hs the fwi nf SS T Major tho to the vai pointe 1 in various shops of city quit work and were paid off There no 111 feeling on either side in any the The jour Dayman ask Hmt V hfl paid f r a of eight hours after A pi Ll I nnd that all men and boys who have worked nt years be paid Cull wages The master state that they will not to tbe demand Ta April I A frightful accident m Hagle s Three r U M K Starter ant of aland are fatally P to St i be cured but 11 tor to prerent th cruet disease from fastening on by tbe timely nue of a like Dr often yields THE NEW SECRETARY CHARLES S APPOINTED MANNING s SUCCESSOR of the of Cabinet Minister New York State HolUn April 1 H i hll I of V ork has boon appointed uf the treasury and H Muy uf New York assistant of Uu treasury was born at V T his as a cabinet minister him in tin prime life and well fitted for the oner as head of the department uf the His father was for many the attorney the 4 ork an i is one of the eminent men V n k Tho new secretai of the U v as ed his education at at- and Harvard in 1850 being graduated from that with the of the law 1 a bar in ht deputy attorney a in tins first distinguished that in he in Die IX for the an 1 was He ved HI ti in H for an 1 vei tn ii uf Yui lv the i anal ring iw en ing t IIP ti n of O and atu c i n J h f it nnd thou meth I i nj of his term as i a Mr in time his trip ins v ui t T U h Jf on r nl v i Ul ifu fH i Old mil Vurk fro h juu -t fut lasu vi Ueu he returned from Lur tj t that he i N U nsl Mi in I ij is EL umn f ot access f n it hah been Ins since he rame t-o hie been u i alii no what their and ju this respect he shown a marked difTer ence from other of the new t rati on- H is face is round 1 1 a closely clipped black he ing us above the firm mouth while in fae is ihp height built jan I about pounds is a firm beherer m the of equestrian and afternoon at the close of business hours he hw bay roadster and through the suburbs of an appt for dinner Socially he and wile are popular his mansion always thronged dvu the gay season 1 ot the two men whc w Daniel Manning so trusted will to the on tBe of vime tHat the should p nest but when It was found that that could not be there a er department mid U conducted on the line AlatT Mr Manning earnestly that Mr Fail child be made his successor and Uie appointment will be v missed the second comptroller office hw been FALLING BACK ON CARTER A Effort to to CHICAGO April The rumors put afl ml that I have consented to the race foi said Carter W Harrison to a re- porter are wholly baseless No the committee tins waited upon me and all matter occurs not to alter my resolve to retire from office My luat withdrawal was final and Pat it he added that I am bot and will not be a candidate fof mayor A pi bunt of the committee of fifty stated be thought Mr Har rison could be induced to run and that possible would be done to bring him to the front If will the he Mr McAvoy wiJi race for treasurer In the OU BRADFORD Pa April I thp NPW York and Pennsylvania oil fields 150 welK duction of The holes mini tor 42 Compared February thorn la n Of It 133 production x At the close of March tho 69 new 123 old an 1 of 8 and oM with a decline of B drilling welia or A total decrease of S In work under way Thp greatest decline A noticeable at small lion when compared with the new wells Of THh Y M G A Str On Saturday laat the recently brunch ol the uung Men a Chita iau sent out tu the of the i ol tile young I he invitations were accepted aud lawL the clerks re mired to the rooms No it where they were LUI bally welcomed rooms weie t isle ully decorated with ami a scene of marked ton to the L gyrations that were being performed by ou oi building banqueting hall the lui M t A appeared HUI mo tinting whu h wtm the grueling iu arge letters After au hour ol iul CQ u rue the lor them tbe Asot lation Kroi ke with prater Mr the Vice 1 tbt f the tbat tbe a entertainment would bf au to J be of edibles next u literary programme the of waa u by Mr timer who ui h the troubles ol oi Mr low gave a on tbe Brooke the audi euce tbe to co operate with IQ the d work ao Au it Koio Oie rendered bv Mr followed by H solo is ol Long Ago by Air Howard ice then up Mr frank the using or a speech He ed in a maDoer that would doue lo a much older person and proved to ot ability Mr Lee Tb a yt coua and the edit or of the the beat n tbe Mr r b Burroughs played a well encore A by Sir Mott in good and by Mr labor tbt aud Mr D U neat little speech aud a lew re w tie ibc tbe young men to join tbe ibe of r the 11 the dis 1 he o ITKE M C A n tt and I hf oy a amount ot inttihgiu-t of Ql jw p the must bt a atiU j iv tl t s ot in the tbe p ty fi ut 53 w be s prr easing u retc m It is to aoM laMum to tbe tha? enabling the men to spiritual md wauts attended lo Obituary i berson died cf pJe alter an entv two days VV illiam T dibby of Public Schools for Mercer t yesterday bis Iu ton ol consumption Mr Major of Princeton for and served a term as County Sobi Mrs nf the IaK Charles P bmith who wan l ir Clerk of tbe Court died at her home on est State yester day afternoon Smith had been Ben anci for several months Her death was dae to bronchitis and heart John b Noble died in N N of disease ol tbe heart Mr woe fat af most prominent and enterprising ruen and the and front of tbe Jersey Co whose works were In He s elder ID Presbyterian Church and a man of judgment and dia- Ins ibis a few years apo his baa been he was not incapacitated for ordi nary activity He has served bis city and m tha Coupon Council the and of his positions acted for of be represented Mr s children are aJl grown upt the rwing his William now with tbe Trenton The was in year and wili be bo tied from big resi dence in Brooklyn on afternoon at two o'clock Dis has booo to conduct tbe BCI as the deceased stiJl a member of the official board of the Third Chnich Contier presided over tbe e Court thin morn nig aod dealt ont to tbe following George NV ileo a 30 days in jail George ington Charge aame with rhn and related his tron to tbe good nato red me Mayor nn mt bonor as a man I'll never orne before 5 on me heart and there's me ti lohn and him go hy P nr rc not at Ml The o la to inim they sn fa by a bottle of Salvation Oil Price no Rho be than and cold no sooner be for properly Balm tt by ifte bets if nni itao ALL FOOLS S TRENTONIANS MAY LU Tib APRIL I 4 I LEGISLATIVE GOSSIP ntii t 1 f n row u bu t rtu m 1 tu ml is tenant aled lo in ti we art tu all f special dayn 1.0111 ve ol ui r in the h ot iu he are worthy of m the gn it H i or secular nil tbe thought or fa world dud 1011 of the observance ol ami e t an from their itli one exception there is no uh in the calendar vaili which me not its ngm Ami hat til ii d K the out honored to It ia HI range bat know HO ol tbe nea o when we the lo hia of the human Ibe tUele U a certain the be the amount oi n format ion spontaneous aud otherwise bat authors aud iu the 1 browing aside idea tbat on Springs approach mau is soft and plastic and tbat a dav to the ht appropriate at this we tura to dust tomes ior some n the darkness though it must be LOD essed Chat ia lar iu 1708 Apollo thought Ait was that be ween tbe Romans aud tbe Jt Die that in the ot the Imperial City the de wives With thiw laudable purpose n view the of tbe Tiber to Hold games in honor ol the sea god on the first dav ol ned the men and their attend hilst tbe watching the performances Ibe Kocna ail tbe women present and htl iu in Thas were Tooled at if thus the custom 1 here IH a that on lie dav ol which is the ol our by fmm the ark i e the w aters ah I Ins ft i- A mere A-TI theories the i in wb h that trf n u this day with the ace lent mode oi a new year Among UMm peoples nations widely scattered thr earths face it was the custom ID the to unreal evt eon nf M Ihm more so than la our particularly in a and even most is apt to be e 1 to greaf by wonderful manifest a is tbe advent ot 1 H really the beginning of tbe trne new vear after the death of hat that man should com men re days of the past tbe new year was unbend in with and mirth and as thin and similar festivities la-sted we find the octave terminates oa the ot April Long of New laid or tr in- ferred to our nt January and then significance lost Jrom ruind I sic t men forgot the new year in spring auJ the at company ing testn vet as the setting snn twilight eo has tbe new year left us Day the laat faint glimmer of these aid o It an thai this interesting day IH one of the lesta periods of the old rear aod that some of the of the time modified by i are still perpetuated THE It won Id be to enter upon a concerning tbe ot tht day are too common too weH known o sayine this IH the hour when the practical joker rules hi unhappy fellow beings when the sell i used as a trap for tbe unwary Few there are wbo can say they have not been caught folks Teelingn are and people with ties can r ith these mortals bee and that tbe ond soon dawn iney must rti that the world will soon resume its condition and that for only one day of three hundred and sixty tbe tools are masters of tbe situation So Pastor Davis and family will be given a reception this evening by the members o tbe Central M I Church ID the basemen of the church from s to 10 o clock pr Built Go cur A me tre 11 ncl U th l ft a JS Urn OU or or in A r or rtfm t if dnn t VIJT i At price tipon fitting a af A f: often of in A e At ADA frequently entirely A source of is o purulent into the throur Mime Inveterate which In Its torn hna ihp The have ji 7 it tbat JeN H bml ap I 1 inh Inw A ru h baritone i tit v haw the UlttkiLg it f i ot the Court of fai hut M I hna ij f W by Oov HI I It t 11 H 1 1 th t t iy has ap n U i k Uit t ou il 1 lln loi tbe paying ot it is that Uwa 11 was passed D ilu lit n ttf in t e y writer iv MX n the t ti u loi Juat Clerk I ee aud ot ite v I Ji I the penalty ot 101 KJI pool at U o union th irk aid mti tbe Dua ILU nnl to i nominal figure woa tiled in tbe il e yesterday with jut tht s fiy this tiou the a law iti r C battle a to MM tvi the oJ a lur t uder the proposed trf the e aud the ties between Ibt 16 aud for oi oot tlinn 1 he Superintendent 1 tiit w he A Hum r I cut i Lli i I tg t-m C tl county and that iu A Ian had n tur ilit I iht fin Nf v irk I iiett opinion Iu Jast s issue it h ut ui l i nay ot uur bolons The IUA tue 1 oua uJ the hour thia the proceedings tor tune tbe Committee i n cm i i the I Depart i I i itr lined to Governor M r l u i where a i w i- iu 1 hev were 1 I l where l in h kr m 1 ui Alt in his ii 11 i n and he had been in i 1 tn it the waa defeating i J himself He gave i r H T h 11 ma le ita appearance it 11 t i 1 ly the -j I Uj tne membere if T i in wilh the M il t Commerce AKIA R AI K I Ib IU f U f- UF r lered t t K tt U r U I special from 11 n i l I Senator Cameron at f c j i ir vui in tbe river las K LS bv two men wan the The meti fot I v e 1 1 e ul to them ir 1 ui into the stream search waa Mif faer half frozer v i taken irom tbe water to 1 find w n lo mst She di t ily at ft late bourA C r m an to her c in t on the Brooklyn anc ik auine years ago from the etTrds T she has never folly has been o hn Ui rt d rifle feaff not in her right mind Last nigh fo out on the street am o end her at the pi tht A brother committee i n that things An undis fart is Dr Pieron s Medi al I d it tbe powerful liv and br its anc B H action will curs COD uu 1 popular opinion to the r n are t ji to ft diseased condition of lu i r v w Inch work M 01 II 1 m tile om Ail druggists CITY 1 ix c during March d 1 a Bible Reading I j J ft I It r i i ing on to Si MT Iht in M T nur The i Ii the mimic and will an ii nu Tuesday evening next ir r i nf of A ri s n took laat in for the greats in Mamio fllE COMMERCE CORBINS PET SCHEME KIU THE ASSEMBLY Option BU matt tbe Tbe Inter State Commerce ao u the this on second The was by Mr IB tu tbe one jost by modified so aa be applicable to tbe Blate U or ft to tbe and confirmed tbe Hecate whone of office thall te two four and BIX when first and when A short tonu expires be vacancy ifl to be by appoint lor an ft An Tbe apiary ot the i w a Tbe Com- members of tbe legislature And other are to fi oe OQ on by he remry ol State Mr Armstrong opposed the He the United States Intet State Com- tried first and iu before New Jersey to tbe ot a a motion be farther of the ha one that there waa aot time enough left to con- sider the measure as it should be but he ii to up so the could rote it He not that hill Strongly it- the only apparent objection to the aat local law Mr the time had not yet lured for such a law aa the people don't now whether they want it or not He motion Mr mitt mid there was aot a more important now m the hands of the House Mr Beckwith spoke the It called a to regulate commerce he lot it be designated us ft to bother commerce The of country is now in a condition he owing to the National Inter ytate men don t inow what they will have to pay for tation And lawyers will m their of the provisions of the He did not wise to farther upset by pawing Ibis and by Baying that the state bad no right to interfere with the management of railroad MOD9 Armstrong's to postpone for TOW thus killing the effectually benate No fixing the of t 18 in this morning by lowering the Age Mi M and Senator Option were both defeated Mr Debut Mr John K Dupin mil wield the leader e talon in the orchestra at the Opera House this arranged by the new director are aa to I LOWS Tbe Bohemian Tbc B March Urand selection from Martun Irom W J He from Home No the Pennsylvania jm were crowded with free AH held b the officials of the road aad the and of the pi red at mid An old conductor gave it aa opinion tbat ot the people travelling the 1'ennnylvariia had In city of John 9 and Annie i ij JAyc Tbe of the are invited to the funeral fium Ko US avenue on M 1 O at Mercer Born to bloom From room till noon Onr little Went WANT Apply JE w y work Apply at worx Apply of the OMPA TOM COMPANY to xV or Adi BOX 614 city tjf r W fumily tf H to do the Ot 16 -I A T ilfM A D E or lone hed p O anil T south to a to F sou W A Cu South af tne
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