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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1887, Trenton, New Jersey                                V. 1372. TRTCNTON. FRIDAY APJttll, 1, 1W7. TWO CKKTlT A MEMORIAL MEETING. BOSTON'S MUTUAL ADMIRATION SO CIETY HONORS LONGFELLOW Favurlto Ftmt onti'li- mrnlefl Hy Adiit Irt m ItfttuI SclrfUoiio I rout l heir Own BOSTON J of Uioimwl famous AJIUI i uuiliorn MjltKtJoua from Ihuir wui ut Ha ikwlon AJusewn fur (he benefit of J memurui.1 1 he leiulingw wettf d) a toniinltteu of Boston i uf nh figure in llUsiary clicks about the Hub llio meat Ing was well uttoridetl Among present att the names making protenmuiis txjlitertxrj faint) HI "theso When the applause which followed the rising of the uirlant had J Ehot Norton raid and are met lie! e 6ON8 OF TEMPERANCE. A Lively Content Iu D vf 1 titr (.jfflciul lionurd Ala regular meeting of Ireotou lalot) No 44 4 o) P held m the IMIOU rooms, tii 1 fcijjpt-raiict? Jtwt even lug uu lut-er eating Election wtut hold to ueture officers Jor tbtf quarter 1 he W tt very heated contest narrowtd down be tweeu two of tbe yyuugewt brotlieru m the dlviBion this yffit lal hud de clarcd things went ou suiootbly uutil it came to A. KB e ecUou waa over (or a week Ibe tollowmg' la result of the c W Jamea A Butler W A Thomiw MarahaJJ, K S lennn M boutb t S Alexander Me Chrtplain, K DUVIBOU Conduct or Harry lamed, Conductor Ihos Whallen J KiJpatn  atieuipltHi of HUM Unit Hf Is I'V Mjll I farttghtorttmt Mfrw-itient. Af! i ullu ii ft !o Darning interest in wmk> t Mmk Tl jwjt lor him Lornn Mr t'l IMI- gu uc a tjtstc of Mr W ari _ onlmllj UP plained ttiut IIN 1 vti n WILS h as She m n M t indeed Up The CtUMs mtmt it U poliLu a sia- ner rw in the liible also in Democratic newspapera now and then Horn are two whoie tUe misfAL rej.uTte3 giarist, a writer of plays, demagogue, a vessel contjnuiug mid liquids Here is one which is stive 1 eroplojrd by the company go round and tne meter" zoological aud geological m his mind, but not to tongue, vhe scholai louooentlj gone and lot out a couple of sorrots which ought rover to hose been divulged in any CUCUJM "There are a great donkeys in ffnrdenf of tbu boat fossils ore found in Mrs. Julia Ward the next oftibe authors to entertain tho iarge-nnd Bhed she throo poems, including her famous "Battto Rj-mn or tho Republic and a Co Loag- fefiow Bev Edward Evorett Hale next entitled "The Harvest _ Mr. IhoimM Bailey was tkon in- Professor Nortoti and 'Story of a BaJ Boy the Included selec- by George William Curtis, Mr T B. AJdrfch, Mr w D. CoU Thonuu H'ggtMon, with Mr James LowtfU'a reading af MR tnbnte to U The amount i tor tbe fund will be M.500 Mr Field gave of the Boston Museum of pha, Ke, Siomaeb DUUU bv hfle, tlon an u e tloufl of (Hewtlon and Bnt ihe art) tda from tho InqhUttr of the Ana htkn- npftTI bnrn, which are the matt of dyijuipiit. The fi B> fitotptfth Fw more offecrire w of ioda. or other Them tbe without prod n ring benefit NO Of MiTOM, be In twi" bynMnre. The Ruftlioc %Ttll _ raqn ftf H Willittm H Uuihnu and TuntsF U eiecutflrw of Ibrahim was dft tied la tht Court of Cbnurery ypg terday Her suit was for 000 which she alleged she bad loaned her in JS62 A Chflncellttr Bird that n nnrertaio wheVber this WIVH a gilt loan hut Rhatewr it, WSIR U hid bteo repaid br hushaod both principal and tn tbe which be her in vull m JPU of I er dower or any other r) tmi Ihit she have Rgainat hia lie tht-s the natural interpretation r the will ano ao dinujiiwed lit-r hi'l viitti t wU to be paid Sy 1 Pr lO ifptt tuUntH To to rn >r n an T t-ven toe the popular M agin ley ill uj jito) t rr i 41 creation tn i ictt i tt tt in Hclasco charming 1-unia Mar Uirtsaom Thp priu j (cr thifr h rtduo-MlTLu -i.> jniT The great a ular drams bs 1 IIP f-xpenrtive iind artistic Hencry ever on the Aioencan stage, will amuse at the Opera Hoaae Alondajr flnd Tuesday Miss Btancbe C urtisse the tamour asaar Beauty is 8 member of the combination A J aj tlndge for BiirHngton. tuommgr nated Beoajah I' ills to be Lay Judge oi Barhngton vn place af Henjarmn F Loe The nomination was interred B.AINE AT ST LOUIS, Malno Tulkn tn the Board of Tnule. RT I-f'i is 1 DJojne and partj art- in A from the chninber of rommen P r msiMtmg of waited on ill Biain< and hmi to tho cit) The cnmmittw then isrnrtM him to the Mortliain En a rerep- "tiun wus hnitl f H UVH( an fioui him Jjt 5f jvijiug their Ut After the refej MUII Blame was to Hwifi of ihe ex chfinee nherc WK) pic ered, and introduced to the vast amlit.nie by Presidont Uai ono. hen M r Blame od to the front of the rostrum ho grewltid lutid uml pli j lajtsti. He made a brief sfewh chit fly de to local subjoctA He sjKike of Ht I-OUH as it waS when he WAS n bov when he knew tt ttpill npd fts it IH know, and of HIP maftors r on netted with its nt and Ifts reiimikh rttrt After fhn sprcrh Blifim jo tunied to h hotel and passed the nfternfXJii quietly Fjist evetilng hs attondo-1 the fwi iimrvcS' nf AtlohiV SS" "T Major Praiicif tho to the vai ious pointe u  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 pJumbers state that they will not to tbe demand Ta April I A frightful accident orcurrftd m Hagle s wnrVs Three r-nii r, U KftHv M. Ootiri K Starter ant, of aland, are fatally Tlioy P to St TtVl i be cured but 11 tor to prerent th cruet disease from fastening ]fnelf on ihe by tbe timely nue of a rprnwly like Dr CoturampWoo often yields to- THE NEW SECRETARY. CHARLES S FAIRCHILO APPOINTED MANNING s SUCCESSOR of the Ittreer of Cabinet Minister New York State HolUn Kulrtihlltl >V April 1 H Ku'r i hll I of >tjw "V ork, has boon appointed rttiiiy uf the treasury and IWJHC H Muy uf New York, assistant wjcretnry of Uu treasury SEOR.fc.fABY FAIBraiLO was born at V. T his >Ji as a cabinet minister ftnds him in tin prime life and well fitted for the oner labor-, as head of the ftnancial department uf the g f V n k Tho new secretai of the U v as ir> ed his education at iKnunary at- Cazenouia, and jntereil Harvard in 1850 being graduated from that JiiBlltution with the of atUmtod the law 1 a bar in ht appoints! deputy attorney a) ttiul in tins first distinguished that in tlietn he in mmated. b} Die IX (.oiuention for the geiit-ral an 1 was He ved HI ti in H for an 1 thej vei e% tn ii uf "Ntjw Yui lv the i anal ring wa> iw en ing t IIP -it ti n of O jvenioi Tildnii and atu mrwial c i huJJv histffitst n J h" f it fnetn nnd thou meth I i tliH nj uatiou of his term as attoi i a Mr 1-airrhiirl in time his ftrirt trip ins v ui t T U h Jf on orMit r nl futuit v i UliV it.ilif Ul ifu) fH -Hw- i tfie Old. atirid mil "VHW Vurk fro h ui- juu -t ihio-b fut HTforiUHtKHi iimu lasu vi Ueu he returned from Lur i> tj t that he i N U nsl Mi in I ij is EL war-1 umn f wwv ot access f n it hah been Ins since he rame t-o axli ijijjTmrthat hie dtkn been u i alii no nifttter what their and ju this respect he hftfi 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 stattire fae is ihp modiuni height jjojrapwUj built jan I woighs about 18T> pounds. bvecreLary FairchUd is a firm beherer m the rticacj of equestrian erercise, and afternoon at the close of business hours he inounU hw i-tout bay roadster "and through the suburbs of i> an appt for dinner Socially he and hu> wile are popular a.nd his. hospiiablp mansion always thronged dvu the gay season 1 ot the two men whc w Daniel Manning so coraplete.v trusted will satisfarUon to the Democrntic gsneTaiiT Tbere -was_a on tBe of vime tHat the aocretftiyship should p nest but when It was found that that could not be there wfti a er department mid U conducted on the line begTin AlatT miig Mr Manning earnestly rucommrndts that Mr Fail child be made his successor and Uie appointment will be grntifjmg Jadgo Mnynnid 'v missed frotti the second comptroller office hw gftrvices been mvai FALLING BACK ON CARTER A Effort to ludnoe 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 whnt occurs, not to alter my resolve to retire from office. My luat withdrawal was final and itmvocabie. Pat it he added, "that I am bot and will not be a candidate fof mayor A pi isiru bunt iiiyUibtrr 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 t-arter will tnfce the he nrlded, Mr McAvoy wiJi Tvrakfl thfl race for treasurer In the OU BRADFORD, Pa., April I thp NPW York and Pennsylvania oil fields 150 welK duction of The drj holes mini tor 42. (Compared February thorn la n dflCreofte Of It WeiiRandtrf4 133 hnliMflftpV production. x At the close of March tho rwonl Rhows 69 new rlpi 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 whore-the-now waltaaf ttte- Xif small prcpoi lion when compared with the new wells Of Febj unry THh Y M G A Ihelr Str On Saturday laat the recently uiguuiied Treuton brunch ol the uung Men a Chita ,iau sent out iuvujtUoba tu the of the Kttlljr Cioamg Atwoi i itiori Iheir preaeute gueaLa ol tile young I he invitations were accepted aud lawL the clerks re mired to the rooms No it rteat htattj atreet, where they were LUI bally welcomed Ihe rooms weie t isle ully decorated with tlugs, ami jlantti, preneutmg a scene of marked ton :rust to the atmospher L gyrations that were being performed by Duiue Naluie ou CiUirinr oi building tfie banqueting hall the lui tiiiin M t. A appeared HUI mo tinting whu h wtm the grueling iu .arge letters After au hour ol iul mtei CQ u rue the gueals ttud meuibern stvl dowu bounieuiiH colUtum piovided lor them tbe Asot lation Kroi ke opeut-U with prater iheu Mr I-rtderuk SiiwU the Vice 1 residejjt tbt f oaj parjy eiprosfng the wirih tbat tbe evaj a entertainment would bf au to aJf J be discubftjori of edibles tauit- next u literary muiiutl programme the Drst of wbith waa u tatioij by Mr timer i'age who ;iepii ui h Uutcb the troubles ol institutiou oi JeiiJUUDg, Mr i.ju low gave a seJtLtiott on tbe buiuiouua Brooke uejct addreased the audi euce, eatreatmg tbe riumg geuerution to co operate with tbern IQ the go  the nianagiug edit or of the StgntJ the beat n tbe btate Mr r u oi oy mt-u -MC a amount ot rnoit inttihgiu-t of Ql aJJ )jw p the appJicaiiL must bt a hnstiuu atiU IUUHI j iv tl t s fiuoi ot in roatxtrsoi (.uaiernink. the tbe ii_ant uiuil p ty fi ut atmniD 53 n-iiQireit w be s "prr easing Cnnstun u retc m bftracter It is to aoM gvtu laMum to tbe buiMmg tha? enabling the men to rbejr spiritual md wauts attended lo Obituary i berson died, cf pJe Mr- entiling alter an illnt-ss o! entv two days. VV illiam T dibby snpenntendent of Public Schools for Mercer t ountv yesterday afterQoouTt bis hoiue Iu ton ol consumption Mr (ijbbr Major of Princeton for and served a term as County Sobi itor Mrs Smrth nf the IaK Charles P bmith who wan l ir titteen Clerk of tbe Snprenie Court died at her home on est State ntreel yester day afternoon Mr? Smith had been Ben ous'y ill__for anci hiiti un--- wtll for several months Her death was dae to bronchitis and heart ftnlfire John b Noble died in N N J3H TrinrwiaVj of disease ol tbe heart Mr woe fat mrmy jcaia af most prominent and enterprising ruen and the and front of tbe Jersey MaDufactnrmg Co whose works were iocaCeiT In ftotilh Tieutun He s luhug elder ID ib? Thtrd Presbyterian Church and w-aa a man of sonud judgment and dia- Lievion Ins itlui >af irora ibis ciiy a few years apo his beaHh baa been faillog, tliongh he was not incapacitated for ordi nary activity He has served bis city and Atitnnt m tha Coupon Council the AiweaibJy and of his positions acted for of wbooa be represented Mr Nohlt s children are aJl grown upt the yoangent rwing his 'William now with tbe Trenton Bank- The (ieccooedT was in year and wili be bo tied from big resi dence in Brooklyn, on Bnnday afternoon at half-past two o'clock Dis Studdtford has booo to conduct tbe BCI vn.cs, as the deceased stiJl a member of the official board of the Third Chnich luatice Contier presided over tbe Pohi e Court thin morn nig aod dealt ont jngl to tbe following prmonern George "NV ileo a 30 days in jail George ington Roacb Charge aame sentenc Totfn with dieoid tsinrtnti h.y'hlH RtHtiifT rhn peachmeot and related his tron to tbe good nato red Jndffe me Mayor -tbe plfgHpd. nn mt bonor as a man I'll never (orne before 5 on me heart and there's me haneL-on ti.' ihft Jnation lohn and him go hy desporA P nr rc rellere4LOT not at Ml The potnH o wstd la to checjt inim ocfere they rcrch sn fa by buyinR a bottle of Salvation Oil Price. 2S 'Cotuplrftclea no ROOHBT Rho be FmuieA than and cold no sooner be ItMQK for ycArs properly deAlcrnate Ely> Balm tt "by ifte bets if nni itao rHKDAYOF ALL FOOLS. S MANV TRENTONIANS MAY HAVF LU Tib APRIL I 4 VVhUI I Nlfch LEGISLATIVE GOSSIP ntii t Kumoro 1 f spaikle n aiimial row u bu t ariHJiigtit rtu m 1) hbiuiug tu ml is ilttt tenant e-lu aled. lo muukiud in ti taauu we art tu all f uoiu special dayn 1.0111 tiit-uii iali ve ol nuaie ui r mtetteclual giau! in the Oiuiv h ot iu he are worthy of obKervtuue nular peiimiri m the >rar gn it H i Jeaiasliuil or secular uisioiy nil tbe ptwsiDg thought or atleutioii fa world Ihe n-se dud petpeuui 1011 of the observance ol tln-se ami cttu ittuhed e t an imtory from their ihe pri5trut. itli one exception there is no da> uh in the calendar vaili which me not cODNtrMant its ngm Ami hat ejEteptiun til ii e-ti d K the out; honored to It ia ludeetl HI range bat slwultl know HO mutb ol tbe nea iourt (o iiidu iduaU when we kuuw the ueoson lo hia poniou of the human t.tf Ibe JeSrt tUele U abuul a certain abkLt the gcxatttr vriLi be the amount oi n format ion spontaneous aud otherwise bat authors aud iu jrenrrjil jtler the atttiit 1 browing aside idea tbat on Springs approach mau vtud is greeu, soft and plastic and tbat a dav to the hum.au sflnid ht appropriate at this seasorj we tura to dust. tomes ior some hgbt n the darkness though it must be LOD essed, Chat p.ucli reaJiag ia lar frtmi iu 1708 Apollo thought tliut Ait I-oolb was denvtrtj Jrwrrt that ueruorable matrimooial tiun be ween tbe Romans aud tbe Sabmep Jt Die that in the embryoti. Htate ot the Imperial City the thereuf de eired 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 Sabiue men and their lanu'ir attend hilst tbe watching the performances Ibe Kocna p'wi ail tbe women present and htl 'iu in d.-i tuatrnuonml hostage-- Thas were the'SJuiuea Tooled at if thus the custom aroct- 1 here IH a ourat that on (lie lirat dav ol tht- briis momb which is the ol our by fmm the ark i e the w aters ah ittd I Ins ft i- A mere irtble A-TI theories the i in wb h wccms that trf n u necting this day with the ace lent mode oi commeDCiDg a new year Among UMm peoples nations widely scattered oier thr earths face it was the custom ID the pwt to unreal evt eon nf M itt-h, Ihm more so than la our prrwent (usforu particularly in a barharoui and even most is apt to be lullut-L e 1 to greaf eitent by uatnral pheuoaieua wonderful atuong manifest a tioo1? is tbe advent ot 1 H really the beginning of tbe trne new vear after the death of hat mnre Idral 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 asuaiJy la-sted eigbt we find the octave terminates oa the nraTday ot April Long cuatonis 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 ities vet as the setting snn twilight eo has tbe 'new year left us FooJs Day the laat faint glimmer of these ffood aid o It w-tfe-us an opiniou adtauied thai this interesting day IH one of the lesta periods of the old uew rear, aod that some of the cnntoms of the time modified by i umstjinoes are still perpetuated THE It won Id be ttsetcss to enter upon a dissertftUQD concerning tbe vastovns ot tht day are too common too weH known (o teqojre eAylaimCTtrn wilboot sayine tljaJL 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 witfr Teelingn are and. people with ties can oufy r. ith Hbat fbolefi these mortals bee and wisb- that tbe ond soon dawn iney must rti illect that the world will soon resume its norraai condition, and that for only one day of three hundred and sixty tbe tools are masters of tbe situation So VMKS 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 SyriMy cur A me tre 11 ncl U) th OGfl l -ll ft a JS Urn OU wllbont or or in A r or rtef-oed rtfm t if dnn t VIJT i At auv price InsUt tipon fitting a HrtAth af A rjitArrh f: often soTitfen'itTve ThttTif PAfeuclf JTO fct] Andhe becomea ohjftoi of hfljtiiit Unre'ulceraUoa in ihe tpongr bonefl A e At ADA frequently entirely rtestroywl A source of dincomfnn is rtrppinft o ihe purulent necretlons into the throur Mime prodnclng Inveterate which In Its torn hna rtoen ihp eicltlng The brttlteni resu.ts wfijcn have ji 7 it ihi-i Euornini tbat Proae- JeN H bml bccu ap I ffiit 1 inh Inw A ru h baritone i tit v haw the bill UlttkiLg tlil it f i nediugrt ot the Court of fai hut M I euuett hna bet-Q ij f W uui lUltv uuuty by Oov HI I It t 11 H 1 mtli .1 th t t ,iy has beeu ap n U i k L< Uit t. uuiiuHlee ou liiiul il 1 lyrutex lln pnviding loi tbe paying ot it is that publKhed ihe Uwa -rnr vnrtinut nlrn 11) iiiuhorfty was passed D ilu lit n ttf in t xt  he A wgiuna, Hum r I cut. i Lli i .njililt- I tg t-m iefd C tl county and that Llerk iu cliauc-iiy A Ian AlcDeruiott had 'n uniuU tur ilit I tustcuvorahip iht fin. Nf v, .irk I iiett opinion uui iiora Iu Jast s issue it h ut ui l i nay ot uur bolons The uele- IUA Jiuia tue Aldstfachusfftls Uif 1 oua uJ the hour thia ioienoon the proceedings tor -'i tune tbe eption Committee i n cm i i the I teuitive Depart i I i itr lined tiJem to Governor M r l u i ulor where a pJeawint i w i- ijJiiigtMi iu 1 hev were 1 I l) nit- Lharuher where l in h kr virc (m 1 ui Alt UerrrjUt aroae 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" --iiiit h 11 thttt ma le ita appearance it 11 Merenuer t i iHMie 1 ly the I'encsrl -j I Uj tne "membere if T i in omipTTance wilh the M il t Commerce AKIA R.AI R AI K Vf-S FH.fcE-1 I Ib IU f U f- UF iherwjse r lered t t. K Atteniptk tt U r  nlLs a.rtt iluiue things An undis puttf! fart is tfint Dr Pieron s doldei Medi (al I )d it tbe powerful liv and br its anc B aeiu H action will curs COD aoiit uu 1 niajwiiea whicn, popular opinion to the r ntrajy n 'iwifhsfaQding, are rtmiuv t ji to ft diseased condition of lu i r v w Inch work M porifler 01 II 1 m tile om pleta Ail druggists CITY 1 ix )c during March d 1 a Bible Reading I j J ibrftrr Lhetn oi ing on to rltv Si MT Iht in M i4 T nur The i B-TS Ii the humoriAt mimic and e'oca will tfK-o an sotertammeTit ii uui nu Tuesday evening next ir r i nf firrCllfcS of StCwfcrd A ri s n tffu took placo laat ftveai in for the greats in Mamio fllE COMMERCE BILL. CORBINS PET SCHEME KIU THE ASSEMBLY >'-'Kl Option BU) matt tbe Tbe Inter State Commerce bill ao u the AKAembly this rnormug on second The bill was iiuroducttl by Mr Jorbm, IB tu tbe one jost by Heiog modified so aa be applicable to tbe Blate. U protlciea or ft Q[ tfrnx) to .ppomled tbe Ooreruor and confirmed >y tbe Hecate, whone of office thall te two, four and BIX yftars when first ap- and when A short tonu expires be vacancy ifl to be fllled by appoint uient lor an ft An Tbe apiary ot the i w a Tbe Com- miiwionere, members of tbe legislature, 'udges And certAiu other ofbuAJB are to rtde fi oe OQ rsilroads, on by he Se o8tponed one that there waa aot time enough left to con- sider the measure as it should be, but he waoted ii to eoiuQ up so the could rote 
                            

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