Trenton Times, January 4, 1884

Trenton Times

January 04, 1884

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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 tbe. roll to be .69. The number in the other schools south t' the creek and north of the creek, Bills amounting to were or- orcd On motion of Trustee. FJHs, the ijook Committee were Directed" to investigate the subject of drawing in the schools, some plamt having been made in reference to system in, vogue. A VJSRJC OOOIi V Stoiy that Be Bead with Interest 1 w. Force, of PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 4. John B. Stewart, an old Columbus, arrived in nd were about their heads ana bodiaa. Three of Kl Rogers, Mony Kane Will Hurley, a critical conditiou. OU11 I'ne 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 tfftlr in 188T. 3y Amortated PTPM tn THE T'VW, January i. A meeting held at Grand Hotel last evening to make ar- range-uents for holding a World's Fair in this city in 1887. It was the most influential ever held on the Pacific coast. Governor Stonenian preside! 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 Congieft? and the State Legislature for appropri- 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 Presg to THE LONDON, Jan. 4. The Athenxum announces that a new book has been written by Queen Vic- toria entitled, "More Leaves from the Journal of T.ife in the Highlands, from 1862 to 1882." Copies have already been presented to a few privileged persons. Chtrlei Cook v at Mjjswr Court ago of stealing HV where he mldU Ac- t'O tic BMt lmttt %fi u ii V Persons Charged with, Murder. By Aiwociated Press to THE TIMRS. ST. PKTEitsBUBG, Jan. 4. Over thirty arrests have foeeu made of persons believed to have had connection with the murder of Lieutenant Colonel Pennsy -ad Reading Glaring at VacK Other. POTTSVTT LE, Pa., January 4. A corps of Reading" f.ulroad engineers arrived here Wed- nesday night, and yesterday morning began work. It is believed their plans are to locale lines to obstruct the Penns; Ivania 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, cana1 and tow- path. The Reading corps yesteiday ran lines the gap for a connecting link between the two branches of the road, thus making another obstruction. In the afternoon, how- ever, a surveying corps, nnder the direction of C01.-A. J. in the interests of the proposed .Pottsville and Mabanoy railroad, which is under the patronage ostensibly of the T.ehigh'-YaUcy, located UneT from'a 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, Rail- road street being occupied almost entirely by the Philadelphia and Reading road, and Centre street-is tbe business street of the town. Jl'he two engineer corps watched each other clooely, but no hostile demonstrations Ijave yet oc- curred. A white woodcock and a '.Vhlte Crow. NOEWICH, January 3. A taxidermist of city is preparing a nnlk-white 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 wuose Successors Gove.aor win select. Governor Abbett, during three yews' term of ofllce, will have the disposal of the following patronage: 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 Cornniioaioner of Rjtlroad 'luxation in the A, M. Keynoldt; one member of tbr State Board of Health vice Ezra M. two managers of the Trenton Lunatic Asylum vice Caleb 8. Green and Garrlt S. Cannon; seven Tmstecs of the State Normal and Model Schools vice Charles S. F-lnjer, John MacLeant Benj. Williamson, Thomas Wm. H, Steele, J. M. Hows and Bennington F. Ran- two Trustees of the State Industrial School for Girls vice Samuel A Unison and Jer- emjah 0'Rourke_; two of the Reform Schooljbr Boys vice_Sajuuel Allinson and Na than T. Stratton; Lay Judges of the Conrt of Common Pleas, eam old. He was intoxicated evening in question, having drunk at (ib% exponoo of a pensioner who received his pension the same day. Mi- chael Meyer, who is nnder 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 Fresb for Distinguished A visit to the Senate and A-wembly L.. bers at tbe State Houao to-day showed every- thing in and about these legislative halls tofci in readiness for the reception of tbe la era, New caipetj of cheerful colors bw laid in borh apartments, y. nil! be this evening. for petition of titohen in the public niu be In the Wlgh School building t W B. KM been elsotoi the dels MM Jhrtd jShiet M. B. Charch to the Uy CoofiriDM lnjt> '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 ;