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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1884, Trenton, New Jersey II. WHOMfl NO, Iirst Iiditfon. tfLWCTEIC LIGHT. IME PETITION TO GO BEFORE COUNCIL T4Af LUt of Trenton Who the PaaHitge of the Pending Or- VltHMY AKTtiltNOOrV, JANUAKY 4, J884. TJkely to he Deferred. Council will to-night take action, or unfavorable, on the pending elec- light ordinance. tflioe, and friends are deter- it mwt sow come up on Tf it a dangerous nieasnre let it bo they say, and if it w to be a <-iipiuTciiieut let Council pass the ordinance. A fight will be made against (wots, Iwcamw they, too, will delay action. If amendment adopted it: ware must go-over for another mect- About the only point on whiQh there is yai ible tool" for amendment that touching jcection of the poles. The opponents of ordinance will urge that the rights of property should be carefully guarded, hut in the ordinanc.e_is a provision that all nMk shall he undnr the Supervision of Street CooiuiiltPe and Strict That would to insure the pro- tection of public.and private property Gently if thoce city officials tnie to their Uurt. 'A STRONG PEiittON. The ordinance will come before Council backed op by a strong petition for its pawage. signed by leading bniinev n-en, 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, Wiriey K. Wilson, J. H. Wilson Co., Co., Richard A. Donnelly Co., 'Btudder Dunham, G. W. Son, Tttoa. C. Hill, McGinley Co., Philip P. pater, Chap. Stake' "an, Alexander Dunn, Mangold, A. D. Sam'l Dictin P. Kgtzenbach, J. Cornell Co., A. V. If-Wr-g, N. R. Ivins, Alpaugh Thompson, Stoll, T.ce, Diviaon Dye, A. K. A Manning, Charles Johnson, J. TT Ctapler Co., J. H. Wood Delaware Ice Jrr. Hancock, F. S. Katzenbach Jl Co., Boy Owen, Arthur Schwartz, Sorphos, J. C. Clayton, C. Ribsa-n fioa, George P. Co., J. J. Boyle, Brci, Brewer, Chas. Bechtel, John Tay- lor, Joo Naav, Union Pottery Co. (Henry T Cook, Titns Conard, K. Woodruff, Jr., A. Wellington, Henry Wood (pr. E. B. B. Packer, Joseph Rice, Albert Clayton, Bros., f-. B. Eiadon, John MOSPS, ton tfooleu Co. B. Hunt, Utinrlif Dippolt, Mosets Pot- JoKTM. Smith (Treas. 1'renton Lock and Hardware John B. Breuuan. THE "EXCISE SUPPJWCMKNT. It is thought that the supplement to the will not come np for action this even- ing. Tne purpJue to delay a final vote here also apparent. When the ordinance wa-, inferred back to committee at the laat meet- Ing this be for the purpose h-g in that dimrtion been Chftirnian Thomas, of the Ordi- Conuuittoe, said to a reporter that tho ordinance ban not boon iota hU bands. There is no expectation that it will be reported this even dooi-oonie before introduction will neccs ite going over for another meeting, as an cannot be passed the same it it amended. There are hints thrown ou in oer'pin qnarteis that the Washington Hal 4 JCUtion, who had the ordinance intro- dooad, themselves delaying action on it the sale of beer at balls goos on without roHtraint pr license, and all padiei ti ipe pnnifthtnent. Don't Quite Out o the County JaU. Jan. 3 -A daring attempt at jail delivery ww mode on Tucoday night, which cleverly thwarted by Jailer Jontery the inmates are "Sheeny" Levi, f, "Jonsw" Welsh and Skinny About 10.30 o'clock the jailer heard a noise f
'1-tjh. icitwii north V t it, and that wuth Of the ewk, tn f II Keductlon In School Ttekits, New regulation! went into effjct 1st on the Pennsylvania Railroad, govi the (issue of co'imiutation- tickets for if children. The rate was reduced to cent, oil the monthly ticket and' strictiou to age removed in the regulations, peisons of are pursuing courses in elementary, ojr ftil jrULko vntitUd to rate. A monthly ticket rate AI lished for a single mile at for true and for three l-rntik for a Voard the present ebjeoU of the City District Con.t room U ft brought in by Constable It the worldly powsaeions of Thaaddlt young man against iwiod to recover tbe amount of a b opting to Mary J. Voorhsso, Chambeinburg. I1ie conteoto of aro to be sold in a or t u. :txT. Bradford, for 46 the Philadelphia hM RDDOunald that he for re election at the Mr. Bradford b Bc-ird of Dii They ent Ay
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