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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1887, Trenton, New Jersey                                VOL. V. NO. 1303. TUKSDAY AK'i GOV. flBKKN'S VISITORS. OP THE A. M. E. CONFER- ENCE CALL ON OUR EXECUTIVE "t. Joammiint 4lurk lij Members. With devotional and the preparatory routine A F Confcr'ibce opened moming niith day's Ion In lit Zion Church, on street. B Off, a young wan, w-- tben elected to anxniHog to rule, ibe Book report made and the name w-n received by the Uonfel-nce. Boflkntown w-- meeting of the Wectonl College, which will i in October. The Qiuuiittoc on AppoHionmont re purted. Mr Newton eieo'-d T.e -orer ihe matter of appoillcnment having bi-m krooght forward Trentot. will pay twenty seven dollars in the fond. At half-p-tt ten the members of the Conference proceeded In a body to rcipecli to Gowiuor in fhamhtm Upon their arrival FMAf Yewnm inted Pi cf Br'Umore, to Tben the Blabub pi-X-ntod hi? colleague, the FT H. Tamer, of Georgia, who in ttiiu introdnced Elder fne latter, ID a fluwit of hla ffelluw AaikK.o-and the object of work. TuK Governor Grun, la ana members of Conferfmon, I am ti uly glad to meet JOB to I balding poaitnju that I do is OtA of the State anil an indlVidnal, to to yon my with yon in your to oat your oiling It u ni.uw- .-'j- to to yoo, fc, canoe your Urea are a ffint yon ap- thu fart that yon in the, noblaat work that is to human to be in the g'w'y of God d the ef you and the ef you I'hia I connider the noblot work in whirh we if" be to we OOr 11 Ynn in thin we, M ap- umiotc the thrt you il Ing yon are I glad to you all vd to form with the Govtiuor and withdrew, -Tdis jvjlon of has bica of to ioi mfmbfs Mnih the rtsclU of noble vffurU will be rurmbt ra deii-rt fiv- city filing that they Hare not ia ILe ing appoiDtnietiiB ai of gnlng to O. A "tn ifl, G. A f'li >EI _ J. v Pianja MMAI( f f J T. DIOOB, J. T B Cuff J Q Mowbray H H J TRENTON'S FIRE SERVICE. number or tha Several ui SoparinteDdent of the Fire A form Chan C Drake has hi' reriaed list of flre al..iu 'allograph stationn ID the city 'liiey an as follows 3 111 City Hall 4 1111 State and Canal sts 6 11111 Union Engine House 0 Illlll Willow and Spring sts 7 1111111. Call.onn.t B D g B 8 11111111 Prospect st and Bellevue ave 12 1 II N J Steel and Iron Works 13 1-111 Delaware Engine House, 14. 11111 Ragle Rnglne House 16 l-lllll Hose Mouse 16. 1 Illlll Market and Jankaou Bit 17-1-llllUl Fruutand StuVktOQ sU 81 11 I Wai. oo and Facto. T ato S3 11 ill State and Willow Sts 11 1111 Pennington ave and Warren st 11-11111 America How Hoose. 26 11-111111 Clinton and Perrlne 27 11 1111111 Brunswick ave Roae st. 31 IU I Roeblings' Wire Mill 111 11 Centre and Tending 41 1U11 WIIlots M'f'g Co, Brunswick avenue. 42. 111111. Crescent Co. Allen st. and avlloy 43 1111-11L Groenwood Pnttary Co 51 11111 1 Term Cotta Works, Third and Davies sta Hill 11 Hamilton Bobber Co, Mlllham I1ie In the JUorongu are Snat- be.cd -nd located this way BOX LOC4TIOH 34 111 llll Clinton st. aad Hamilton ave 35 HI I1I11 Chestnut ave and Kemp st 36 111 Illlll Borough Ball 87 111-1111111 Joffurxio and Clinton TWO SUDDEN DEATHS SBCOBD j Station, Flmheih Station, Bergen, P-hway. 'XHiKr> Hew Brunawick, Branch, A-bnry Fark, Rocky Hni, Talr Harm, Nav Fl.ihold, Diifrsic, Allentowu, A fticf, ftti-dtt L 81 Lit K i Pennington, Princeton, A 8 w N D W H. TlOuual, Prt- If. U Dent. J R Prlnra David ByaiJ J. 0. Ayler fi. H Johnaqn firm G Camdea, Woodbmy, Uannt Holly, Si JIB Salem, O. H. WitUn J T. t F. F Smith f. A V JbVS'y I, W. O. C John Wbit.ker J. H. fin Halleyrille, May, OouidtOwn, _ J. H. Mo.'gan M O T. WaM.s B n. Coleuian W, M Wat-in a way- an Pierce J. H. W A M J. Right Mr Yeotum, who so isw, _ _ ft 111 aa of Mount Zton. An this '-a4 -T- SlB I wish publicly and y.atcfhlly in the yitleniay of the of T. the oolleoUo their feetival Friday I 'I that Sum ;f xf for tea of for ai W'V OfJtt It only vPoHs.m-1! Qo-v In Stmaeta TJx William DourrJW, of No 609 I "bertOD street, was taken ill Satnr evening mth a fever mglit he was dehnons About eleven o'clock he out of his bed, secoied a lump, esnapei flv... tha and walk" d through t.om luii in his nether gaoimoato. Tho k man was to fall to the side- walk by two young men and tbej to hb They lifted him np "n y RVnmrdr for npariy thi.lj Hia ___WHO MUST PAY An Salt far to tha Cltj DUtrlet Coart. Hill was the dafrnrlant canu tried in the City District Conrt, before Rirhard Miller, of Camden, this morning The plaintiffi were Michael George P Rnyer I VI Bprinj-JIitl Uad a built. -IJio work by CooUvjtor "-rber, and tha price w-- to have twsn (rinn ana koyer Wurknd Ou the building mwhani'A, and they bring snjt to recover Barber to flniah his onnU.ct and Hill to ploy another eon tractor to hia On July 19H) v, a Rill for -monnt dne htm for and Foyer   tbe bnilding James BnctTao'i who appca.ed for the that Hill justified in securing himself {rum lo.- oefoie the plaintiffs were paid. Ibe Court decisinn in unler to allow the attotuiyi to 8ubn.it authori- ties JRRSKY CITY UH) OUT THE CUBAN GIANTS DEFEAT MANAQt POWERS' PET TEAM KNtQHTS OF MALTA of tha O- -4 C In To-u.u..un and rhftitfrlay 1'ie Gran O..-maMiuy of the United will aa In annnal cjnTOcation in the of St. John's Ob-imandari, Nd. Q, eoruer of and et itiwln- A dele- U to be tran-vted, notf bly In the and tho con- 'JHe Conimandfltj will be enfntained b; the Kntghte, --iHi.t ia Tha Phflvull... of Canton City, Patrlarrhi Mili'-nt, inspected by Com- K. Hurt, at tisir aftro., ou State streat, at nooa to-Aay. After the b -Jed by Winner's TIE taey tMk the U-in, for Philadelphia The Oantyv will this after- Inth. dadiojtorv of tbe Or- t- of the Grand Mo. 1. Tko tented a jaia How tm w-lmf Good a. With Oulj Seven B'tun Ibe Cuban Giants covered tbemaelv with glory on the ball field yesterda afternoon by vanquishing Manager' Palsy Powers' crack Jersey Ci ty team Tbe was the prettiest played in Trenton th season, and was by nearly on thousand apeotatora. Both trama playet good hall, but the Oianta excelled in bat ting, fluidtng and i The hitter were in fine shape and only made throe errors in the nine tunings Whyte and Thomas were the- bom club's battery The former was at his best and is credited with striking ontaevi men Thomas rendered htm ATiwtlent as- sistance behind tbe bat, he not having panned ball the young Trentonian twirled the leather sphere for tbe visitors He has an etfeCfclTft Htdivftry and iadesti to become a crack player He stj uct ou eti 0 laotff and but due ern.r Cur coran, his catcher, ably supported him Tbe Cubans shut ont the Hudson county boys for air conaecutive Tn th seventh a couple of short hita and eirors by Harrison and G allowed the Tisitom to score two they should no have made It was this way Heifer reached the first bng on a fumble by Har rison, the Cubans' short stop He ad Danced to second on Corcoran's single sm reached home on McCabe'a hit bal thai fell in the right field Corcoran thrown out by I'homao nn be was tempting to steal to third McCabe scorti the second and laat run on C Wlllia overthrow to Fiy at first Hnatoo. struck out and was canght out on hoby fly After this the Jorooy City fdlled tn score The borne team opened the first act by some heavy and BDOiU.ful bitting Sup- plemented by bad errors by Huston ate bhefier they were enabled to score thne rnui. They drew blanks m the second a.ic third, bat ntADpged to make their fourth and Jaat run in the fourth Holmes hn safely, purloined two bases aod crossed the home plate while G Williams was being thrown nnt at drat Tie ItaltuieS the game COnainted ol Whyte stopping a red-hot liner from U bat and throwing tbe latter oul at first, Harrison's beautiful thrco barrel to the center garden and G Williams catch, of a difficult high liner and his clever throw home, tbe hitter feat he-ding Off Fnel ta he was in the act touching the plate. In the seventh Tdng stopped a diffl. nit fly hall and m  ropreaentfng the sontlicra heirs gave notice of appoal to the Prerogative Court "one of the sojithero of the.rle- millionaire were present The Court then appointed Mr Vander Hit administrator pendfnte lite of the per al He will prepare and 61e a days. SWORN IN laa Mo.tli i Kaiol Preparing The Morns and ESSPT Arbitrators, Judges John F Dilloo and F W were worn in to-day by Justice Vansyckel, in he presence of Governor Green Attorney jMielar StocttoB "Birkiif tx GoTeruor Bedle, Ex-Judge Hoffman and The arbitrators will proceed at once to i IT When the testimony is all takon jnnaal win be permitted to make arpn meiibi aod the arbitrators will render decision Fr-Qov ernor Bedle, the railroad company, ei- his confidence in the arbitrators and says there is no doubt of a j net result To-Nlfht'! urenl. Ihe entertainment to be given by the Choml TTnmn this evening, t the Opera House, promises to be a i-nd succma. The Union will render progi.mme of a varied character, Mma Henrietta Bcebc the soprano, of New York, and Wii- H tun, tenor, of the Boston )pera Company, will assist, as will "ollmer, tne Philadelphia viol Bootblaek Ag-lmt 'aiiis, the colored pedestrian, has 9? tfie of i him three ibe race willteke un Monday 1 tie course mil be rom the corner of West State street and "tcrhngVi alley, ont West State to the pper Delaware hlirlpfl, Ihrnngh ille to the lower hridKc and np "Warren to the starting point Hai iV bicker ia willing to lay odds on his man What life Miner. Want. RO April The Na- i.ibly, of Labor hnW te ftnnnal eojlvantmn at ua Jn A The executive board now consiirts of five elected for a and much action ito dealings Mth local juUsha.arlM.il. It -HI be proponed at the convention fhpt only three Of he elected by OM- n.bly anithirt each let nioct IndnnU IE with in their nwn Hy the minws wunid harp at members of board would be thoronKuly acqyminlfld n Ith wantou lac Kooney hiotno Aprfl Sa Mma BJmhnntt be- her engagement at the Columbia OUSe was Only half fllleJ, and tha not at Bernhardtt was very aj-iMJe, but even she conM ot ronae an mdlfferant audience into giving anything liVe hearty welcome. Al'BII- 96, 188i. THKNKW YORK SENATE RENEWS THE FIQHT WlrH GOV. HILL OVER NOMINATIONS Twtt M on Table n Vjrnlclng Tile Uoutenaut Halloa Mot U.-.. Ilnca Tlghllj Urawn. AIBANT, April Ihe iow4 ever congregated within the f tin atu cliHiuWi in tbw history of thu NLW ik Iejrinlaturt was present night in unti idon of a re< ui renoe of the 8t ones eim last Friday I'unnincnt Boiitty Itulies the families of leading citixeiiM in th men mid ys were putked Ilk aardines m the men a gallery When th Govemor Hill H uxretttry C 1 Klctj who hi boon in waiting cinue forward tothethalr man B desk with a vetoed bill in his hand drewfiuni the blue envelope con talmng executive nominations Hepnxooded, slowly and distinctly to read the whlcli Tonnally withdrew the lioimnatluns o. Messrs and Rogers for com miKKU nnra rvnomiiKiiud Buckboo and Armstrong It made n conuimiit This ia the flroL time a ernor 8 message hna yoLfl ropd to the senate by a private secre- tary It was to with great atten- tion Mr Murphy moved to go into open execu- tive session ou the nominations Mr Pitts objected saying there was doubt whether the nominations were legally before frliA acnate The uiie objection was sufficient to ovcj i ulc Mr Mui }jhy 8 uiuUuu Mr thon pinned to tflble the messago- Cai i ied 18 to 10 It was a pai vote The journal of FVida v was then read It no mention of the ei uor s mes- sage Mr Murphy to in fhp jnm na a unit of the that the pm ate secre- y had appeared with a and that the pudding officer had read the af ter the clerk had refused to read it Mr Murphy s motinn tmhodied the full text of mr-wage of Friday Mr Pitts asked whj it was desired to niuend the Journal _ Mr Murphy said because the rules made governor s receivabhe at an} tun uiii un he rMrt Qtill a hico iage was coming The lieutenant gmeiuor tad no J IfcL Uj mlui i upt UiB roll uor to road anything not before the senaU. Mr aairi meesape i the senate and the lieutenant gavm-nnr "1 no right to diRpooo of it at his pleasure Mr Fagan that annators not reCOg bjr the out of order Frirtay Mrtffii-s. CoKKeshall and Smith op- pcixi tie motion, nsing the name argument as Mr Pitfa The mouon to amend the journal was rejected by a party vote 11 1M Thr Leu approved by the same vote Mr PltU moved that the mmaage ot Frirtay be received and rmd. Mr Mliqihj maile rhe point nt urilor that this action hnd almady boon tubon The chair BUgtampH Xlint Ol order Mr PltU aj.prnled to tho The house ovo., uled the chnir by a ty Tha munxge of Friday was Mr 't'ltls said the of now and of Friday differ! ao tuuch that both should Friday's was Inid on tlto with nlghi-s ana tSe >te adjourned until to-day A BATCH OF VETOES. Which Governor NKW YOBK April 36. A man giving tSa of was ai and identified as tha Of Mai, FiUjjBlHct at Summit N J Snnrtny_ afternoon people are so wortad up r waa a dift- tion to try law, but the offlceia got to KH.mhoth befoie the ciuwdconld i -ijre any plan The April 26. The city tnMsury as em-tchad to the eilent of 000, by tbe (mjujunt of peltunal (nrm to that tnonnt by thA of fche yinba, In compliance with a receut decision  making m Troy stopped. Both sides he.. nudci-sUmd the situation fully There is th host of feeling between the manufacturersanc the men but h is Tfi m in the determination to bj Llieii respective associations. About WO molders are by the shu down The Crew Probably Safe PORTLAND Me April 36 schooner Parker M Hooper of tailed ft Havana for Feb 2R and hug not been hoard from Hinr-p A is fron Almeria Spam signed by Capt Hark wholwlongs in Camden This the tears for the safet> of The' probably taken off the schovuer an. nod to Atmei la CONDENSED NEWS. It is mmorod that the lion "W llllam Usb of Indiana is on tha lecture form The leath of the NPM k i iiLiw I- i hocn n. rasioned tn lioirt disease and not I} poison ing as at fii-st It 11. rtx-d ttiat the Kmghti of I.atx i hoen rtirr< ted I Oraeral Master W nrk tnan Pow not to support thp molders who are on strike The trip of the- new I mtod htater cruiser Boston has boon put off until Jum ThA. -nffifMAlii nf tJiA Bllffajo Mate Inxutt arechai-ijwi with brutality The Anarchists in Chiraco t the com luu n to meet in secret hereafter AIwiuT 6< UK) been hliemteil n Brazil since or nearly one-half th number then registered VresiHpnt Weland hna promlrwxl to the meeting of of Hie Am j the uUiiriMc m June if poaaiule. Thp nvpT nt Montreal OTJ the nsr U is by tjiat tfae Rnghsh are filling their markets with cotton cood oil sold under tha name of olive oil In IttaO tLe sLieet In New Y it city rained ,411 S48 paasenpera. In this numlier had incrnanod to I At being an aveiage annnaj Increana In round numbers, of AI 000 000 lirfges at tho Onlcr vt OHrl Follows in New are in a 'hich hnj am. n ir to the terms of office of their officers, Dl Th. HH E BMl'lpMOIl has [wuttorute of Haptist churrh "Naw en ibe and woattai church in Conneuticbt CITY NOTES Saturday will be opinion day in the Court of r rrors and Appeals John Multop ha3 boon elected Pits dent nt :he f'lwin 8 Mitchell Social Clnb D E Coe of this citv has boon }ateol for a machine to mate worsted Miss ROM Coghlan a Irish jig Is one of the most delightful and wholesome thmga on the stage TbeQFmd-Committeo of Lodge of Odd Fellows will moot in thia city at 11 A M to-monuw Ejanibci fui the new branch of the City Kollway has ai rived aad Is piled on Perry itreei Work will be commenced luimed itely The Nights of Plmwure Society will hold its hi weekly mcctiug in new i-ootn ipposite Wash ngton Markot, this eveomg A lull attendance is Captain Edward Oawley of JJo. n treet, was buned thhi morning from 8t iary s diod RDddcralv asi week in New York Postmaster Moore will visit Washington a few days to attend to the matter of the of Ewing'a He is doing all in his power to further a hatter state of kings and to give the suburban town in- tensed a c jmmixiation Sheriff Brown of Ewiei eoanty brought hree convicts to the State Prison yaotorday "heir names, offences and of sentence 'f re Frederick Van Winkle and Blchard 'aa Uew entering and itxaling two years 'hnmas R Gouiding asaultand battery wo years I r-iher be a kilUn and than Kit all nil) i ben one little botthj of SalTttinp OU nld take me aentleand well WouldatTou4" CbuKhk. or lult-ifuu i f Se thn" 61 bFO' Inhca will Ss b. Dr Ball's Cough Sjrup. It hat cured irtft H to roar f lend and A itner, a that U waterproof antool looking g mer, a well fiUm Aif ana flneh a (fluflaner nt hare in Circular, snd with Sou l HWICK'S CVivBitATjow  hnl nvl Sffie is not to e bilMind Piles leg and jaw bone 1 tli rnispn unded about the head. Not ti 1 t I PI m pr Flunk ilh father of thp boy who ca.ia.xl the pTptost in severely tiurned about the tml _ __ rg Wilhs iged 6 vears, left log 1 s.-( T mps nnp of thp pjtperimenters, hnd h inrl broken and illiam Turner hajhte t 1 l-iwn iff .3 THE I IUih DISASTER. jwwTTy TJarnqged by a Dutch Steamer I NT i 1 is loanied thut in nr nhiohthe Gei u.an bark i} t Hill from Oalvtjstou for Bre- n liilwi DutJ'h steamer P Cttl n i fi] r fr t that bbe waa obliged to return to Dover with a Married Man. "Cornelia A Kuiffln lui u k i K 7irJ ai ftnrt A. i 1-uir r ft Mnidletuwn suddenly eipped, Rlrtpnwr IB n mart i man and leases a wife nnH fulif Inllnn liphiud him in noorty iMiinhiij; the her mother him to tine in and Vim left h tine ostensibly to go to thn di (linker R hut it u wild she mei SHnnnr mth left ou nn Ene train for the Tfcfri. tvntrtlif a a. SH ar hnif when her faithlcoo Only Thirty -IT Per Cent, if thoao wJa.o dipXrom rnnRnrnptfcdi inlnrit he diwase In all other it most either contractotl thronfch or, V- to the new theoi; of m ram tea received directly from others u nfertious disease But in either Dr Golden Medical is a remedy for the diSAfuus in its taprs It s delay that IB If you re tionhled with of I1 h Jo n nt h PBI to to ign remedy at once. Ti uth die aMinnallyr rutn i gkc ing coueha and coldf, n to COD umpuon or other of the when b; tha HtnAly of single boiUe of Dr WUU' i of WiM bo-5 f K green old age AT T filirft fnr nnlp n Try ft hnftlo anA ynfl Ortr tnced Hold by all or Wm F t Co S3 John atreet New York Children H and boya Spring a-yle T.M188 WANT COLUMN. THE TR-.MIOH Wmt is best medium in thf city for juuii Jbnouo. an A -Sewers on Pants wanted. W oar FA  W u. w- id Tucker tifwU, city RfHT-A Aaiabhed hu- J Short or long nbcd MM wllh modnM M ilDVSK, TrcmoB P o, NEWSPAPER   

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