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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOT- VIII. NO. IN SENAiE AND HOUSE. Mr. Turpie Urges Immediate Recognition of Brazil THE KrH BILL And the Members of Congress ho Suf- hj Slliott'a Defalcation Must the Loss Meas of ht to WASHINGTON Ib 111 the senate yes- terdaj uttor ioutine business, Mr Morgana resolution recognizing the United States of Brazi la a f i ee Independent and sovereign state was tal c n up aud Mr Turpie proceeded to address tho senate in its support He said tbat he favored the immediate recognition of Biani, and was quite willing that i should declare today (asa part of thtt ihtei national common law of tho three Amtrieus) tunt uo European power shall m. terfere in mi} pai t of this hemispuu e to re- store the ippiistntiitivuof monaich) or em piro 01 t> [incut tlic establishment of a repeill but Hint nuv such mtoifereiice KOU 1 ei ..aidr-d as an act unfriendly to tlio Li i 1 Stutos and ncul 1 bo nrSLsttd by all the. means necessary to oflect its fiustia tion Tho tin e had come when tlie existence and authority of the republic of Bnml could be no longei contrenerted by words It could be runt! ovei ted only by war Mr lurpie contrasted the piesent delaj the promptness of Pi Grant m recoirniz ing Fi ance in 1870 He hoped that the recog nition of Brazil would come soon enough to be of value and of real significance The resolution went over without action. t The senate then passed a number of senate bills, among them the following Eelatmg to homestoud entries m Indian territoiy, settling i claim of Missouri for money paid to militia since April IbSj for budging the Missouri iivei within one mile of the mouth of the Kansas er appro- priating for a hall of records m Washington The senate then went into secret sebsion, and at 4 30 adjoui ned Of Interest to Veterans Among other bills mti odeiced in the sen- ate were the following By Mr grant pensions of a month to soldiers and sailois suffering from anchylosis of the hip joint, or dependent father or mother of a dead soldier or sailor who servtd thrcj months honorably At- torneys may make a maximum chaige of 110 for prosecuting any claim under this act Senator Davis repoitcd senate bill 389 in troduced bj him last month with amend ments As ameudei1 it is the dependent pen sion bill unanimously agreed to by the com- mittee on pensions It provides foi tht pen- sioning at a month of all persons who served throe months or more in the military or naval service, and weie honorably dis charged, and are now dependent and in- capacitated, not through their own vicious habits, for labor Provision is made also for pensioning the widow or children The Rtlftsjan 1- Ttrprlftlnn Treaty Tn the seel et session of the senate the Rus extradition treaty was under considera tion. During the discussion a great deal of Opposition to the clause prov idmg for the ex tradition of political oifmmtila developed, and aft ei a short debate the senate i ecom- mitted the treaty to the committee on for relations The calendai ut uuobjected nominations was then taken up and a num- ber of confirmations were made The Refunding BUI Defeated. The house, resumed conmdei afaon- of the report of the Silcott investigating commit- tee, and Mr Stewart made an argument to prove fchat the sergeant-at-arms was a dis- bursing officer of the house Mr Dates followed in the same vein He said that there was no express law creating the office of disbursing agent, but it was not necessaiy, he said, to write under the picture of a horse the Inscription, "This is a horse Mr Catchmgs of Mississippi, argued m favor of the majority i eport Mr Herbert, of Alabama, said that the house had no right to pass upon a claim m which m 'ni-traoh Intel est, aud he believed that the matter should be re- ferred to the court of claims, as proposed by Mr Hemphill Mr Morgan, of Mississippi, Mr McRae, of Arkansas, and Mr Payson, of Illinois argued in favor of the majority report 1 he vote was then taken on the Hemphill bill (as a substitute for the majority permitting members to sue m the court of claima It was 136 nays, A motion to reconsider was promptly ta- bled and the vote recurred on ordering the majority bill (appropriating to re- fund members for their lost salaries) to be engi ossod and a third time This hav- ing been done, Mi Bland demanded the reading of the engrossed bill, but the speaker held that under general parliamentary law was not necessary The vote was taken on the bill and it was defeated yeas, 126, nays, 142 A motion to reconsider and a motion to lay that motion on the table were entered, and then, at e 05, the house adjourned THF SPORTS IN FOR M. .11 ill loon Donovan, Olaaij and Butli r H III Doubtloi Extradited N Jan Governor Hill lias cle i ltd ,iie Mississippi requisition cases Hoi eve k h'H warrant for Johnson Haid nij, an I U nkch but decides that the other ou Donovan Murphy Cleary and H itl r must be taken to Mississlpt i pi uuce f Governui LOWIJ lequi i t L unscl for Johi son Hai ng anil W il h hi d affidavits with lor Hill sh i t a tluym 110 maunei aided or u! t 1 th pUnfUjht but weio simply wit s lien 1 one of them being moid} a 11 w p ij 01 uespondent of Ihe Dull) Nti silt Ihe Police bazette, and Lrov em i Hill icvokes tho wairant for then nri stenlj temporal il) however as helms f luaid d the affidavits to (jrovernor Low ry submitting the innttei foi the latter t c jiistderatl in vvhethu in tlie light of the e alhduv its ho desiris to still msist upjti the extraditnn of [aitics If Governor Lowij aftel cc multati m with tbe prose- cuting att >i no thinks that John on Haid ing and Wnkelv in he ccmvi ted not with standing II fj stittcl Hi tbelF then (rove ui i II 11 %v ill c ulei their sun en der and until then the matter leinams in abejanco and {la tins aie tcnipoianly disrhuiL, 1 und th thei live sun ndered itk Tin K) Hie supenoi court grintal a vvnt ct hab use rpus which will be aifeUid lndiij Huil ised but tho men were alljnrd ti lemain in the cus- tody of In pe t i IJ} i ncs until 1 i iday CONVICTS AS LAUNDRYMEN Labor Circles Jxclted Krcause They will He I'ut to Work Am AM Jaii 11 is excitement in labor cncles in this city over the fact that it has become known that tho Albany pern tentiary will put the convicts at work in a prison laun Irj A contract was made some months ago w ith Howard Paddock a former attache of the penitentiary The contract is to run for three years from Jan. 15 1890 It calls the employment of male convicts only and the minimum number to be ernploj ed under its provision is 100 men the maximum is 1W Mr Paddock is to provide all the sillied labor necessaiy for the working of the laundry and furnish his own plant Now work exclusively is to be laundried an 1 tbat to consist of shirts only A clause in contract gives tho peniten tiaiy commission the power to rescind it at the expnatic u of one year from its date, if the earnings ,f the convicts do not average flftj cents p i dav each The contract, ae it is impossible under tho piesent law to let out the work of theconvictfata dally rate of wages is mnde on the basis of so many cents per 1 n The lant is valued it 000 and will be icady m two weeks The greater pai t of the woi k is to come from New lork city Presiluit Bowling of the New state assembly says that imme- diate steps will be taken to repeal the pres ent law A Sdit Contest MAYS I AM IN N J Jan excitement [mulls in every section of this county orci th strife fir the county seat Pcasantville it. v. iking haid It is ru more 1 the K a lmn llnluuv company lileial cir is- ot cash if the buildings are uectel on then line eith r m Pleasantvll t_ or llaiboi Ut) While Pleasantvi le has been secretly at w ik t5 win the prize Harboi (it) omes cut luldly and elf is free lands uii 1 UOO in ca h foi the honn (f b m' tho count) cat Mm s I inlii iis hope ti kill the mattoi m the lesislitme 01 to build a lin (frailioid toEonmtl iviti the Healing and Cum leu and Atlantic raihoads in Egg Harbor Cit) in ci 1 r to shut oft tho claims- of Pie saut villc s supTioi lailr U accommodations TJBKJNTON, mUKSDAY AFTKKNOON, JANUAKY 1890. WALKER BLAIKE DEAD.' Sudden 1 ermmation ofa Bright Lift. Full of Pioniise HE W Utlin 01 I'NH MOMA. I'BK ill, and 111- the Ujint, Huu Hrciitlud Ills I ,s( Ilrotheis Mere at Ho line! Sketch of His W1LKL1C BI ot cfisrespect to Piof West Virginia', Contest. CHAHrnsTou, W Va., Jan 16 confer- ence was held last night between Judge Fleming, his counsel, the Democratic mem- bers of the legislature and other prominent members of the party, at which it was de- cided that no caucus should be held to de- cide upon the Democratic plan of action in the gubernatorial contest It was the opin- ion of all present tbat the matter should be considered as a judicial, not as a political question, that a caucus would only lay the party open to adverse criticism Tue Republican members view the matter in the same light, although it was rumored that they would Bum's Maniac LAWKKNUE, M.i.jM, Charles Host, aged 88, a Uerinnn tailor, committed suicide in a cell at toe police station here yesterday by banging himself with a handkerchief Became to the station Tuesday evening suffering from delirium tremens, and asked for protection from men who he imagined were following him about He leaves a widow Judge John Logan Dead. PoKtr AND, Ore Jan lt> John Loo Lo- gan, of the Idaho supreme court, died at Lewlston, Idaho, yesterday, at the age of 41 years. He was born in Balem, Va., and his widow is a daughter of Hon Randolph He was practicing law in Hew judge in March, 1888. Attempt to tvr.ck a Train. Avon, Mas. 16 An attempt m-de yesterday to Wreck the train leaving Boston at noon for Fall River Ties were placed across the track between here and Montello, probably by tramps, but the engi- neer discovered the obstluction in time Col Clark Declines. Nnv YOJJK, Jan Kmmons Clnrk 1ms deilmed the-appointment of streotclonn ing commissioner Mr Colu-'an vacated Tlie Witt" .NEW HAM N Jan 10 The boiid of dircc tors of tie Shi (held Scientific school last night aske 1 Pi ofe sol H >ne} to rescind the 01 dei ho mndo to tliestu lulls c )nccruing the pu-chaSL ci scientific aipaiatus This the proftssrn i fused to do and tho dn ct irs jntnmert him tint the policy of thf college rpquned another man in his place It is said that theplofessor will teudei hit Kwguati u today aud that one of the assist antprnfesMis will take the class The stu dents feel jubilant ovti their success but the faculty have taken measures an) Honey The HiMihill Lockout FKiiii L Muss Jan Ib is no change m the condition of the labor rrnnhlpj Both sides ore as determined as evei al though the they would like to go to work if tho liffjiences could be hon orably a ljusted Piosldiut Gaidurer of tho Manufactui rs association, denies the rumor he combination is weakening, or that thui e is any probability of their yielding to tbe sti iltmg shoemakers The workmen are also flim They claim that higher wages are paid elsewhere than at Haverhill und they want a committee of business men to mvc tigate, aud report If their claim is not coi rect 1 or the New State Prison Al BANT Jan id comimtte appoint- ed to elect a sito for the new state prison hinde 1 m its repoitto the legislature this morning Tho committee will recommend that the village of Schohane be selected as tho place foi the new state prison Other fa voi ably considered are Jonesburg, Columbia county, Woodstock, Ulster coun t) and Monticollo, Sullivan county The Grip Dying Ont ki-w YOIIK, Jan The mortality re- turns for the twonh four hours ending at noon stei day furnish ground for the hope that tho epidemic has done its worst in this cily Ytstndays figures show a decrease of 9 from Tuesday's record, and are 77 be- hind the phenomenal death returns of Wednesday, ago, which footed up Denies tho Strike Beport YOUK, Jan 16 Superin- tendent Toucey, of the New York Central null cad, says that uu uuliue has been re- cen cd by the management of any trouble or discontent among the engineers and firemen ou tlio portion of the road between New York and Syracuse, as reported in the dis- patches. No grievance is known to exist, and no strike 19 expected Advocating Shorter Bonn. PHII ADBLPHIA, Jan A large mass meeting of carpenters, at which other trades were also represented, adopted resolutions favoring a reduction in hours, an increase in pay and tho abolition of piece work The meeting was called in the eight hour agitation recommended by the Inter- national Workingmen's congress at Paris last summei A sain at Flood Height. JOHNSTOWN, Pa Jan If) waters in the Com maugh river and Stoney Creek are again at flood height, The Cambria City bridge is in danger of being swept away The lower part of Millville, near the stone bridge, it again ilnder water and the occu- pants of of the honana are movlnu out Mr Fowilerlr Still ill. Sen Pa Jan. 10 Powderly is sick abed, and will not be formally still placed under arrest until is able to ap- pear in com t and give bull in the Callaghtn mattoi Public Honored bj G irlleld WASHIM T IN Jan Ib alktr Blame, the eldest son of becretary of btate Blame, and sohciterof the state depait lent died atkqcl ek last of acute pneurno ma aged his death bed were Secretaiy Blame Mis Blaim his brothers, Emmoue and J unes and Miss D idge President and Mrs Hni risjn arrived just before the eud aino Ihe} were followed almost unmediuU'ly ty ito Piesultut Mor- ton, Secretary Rusk Secretary U indom and members of the cabinet aud benator and Mrs Hale lo them Mr Emmous Blame told the M 1 story Mr Blame was taken ill with a cold at his office in the state department lost Friday morning and was so much indisposed that he er came to his ofllce after wards At first it was thought that he ha 1 only the prevailing influen za but his cold de- veloped into pneu nionia which rap- idly became worse He was not how ever thought to be in a critical condl tion until yester ilaj morning when his sym ptoms would not yield to treatment Deirmg last night hew is lelinous and all day he re mained m the same condition except for a shoi t time this morning w hen he appeared slightly better and conscious for a brief time, Tho impiovement however was but temporary His fever mci eased, his breath Ing became more labored and at 3 o clock in the afternoon for the flist time his family seemed to realize his extreme critical condl tion A consultation of physicians was held at 4 o clock and it was then decided that the patient n u, past medical aid He con- tinued to sink gradually, after remaining unconscious for nearly twenty four hours, when the end came Tho nriangomcnts for his funaial will bs today Walker Blame was graduated from Yale college m ISTIi and stud} ing law received his diploma from Columbia college New York in 18-s In 13S1, while den daifleld was on his death bed he bent for Walker Blaine and appointed him third assistant secretai y of state saying that he appreciated his ability and desired to show it After solving in this capacity for nearly a year he was d on the Alabama claims com mission where he served with credit from 1882 to 188o On the-adveat of the present administration he was appointed solicitor of the statedepm tment a position which he has also fllled with great ciodit and ability Mr Blame was of fiank and genia1 dispo- sition, a mail of magnetism and ability and was personally popular with all with whom he came in contact Rnpmljy Or m business mutters Ruined His Aged Father RONDOIT Y Jan 10 extent of the forgeries of Lockwood, of Shipan, is far greater than wassupposed Dispatches received from various sections of the Cats- kills, where Lockwood has been doing busi- ness, greatly increaseb the amount It is thought that his entire liabilities of nearly ai e for money borrowed on forged commercial-paper The First National bank of this place and several business men were mulcted by Locknood Ihe hank so cured an assignment of j.12 000 m life insur- ance policies, a quit claim on a farm deed and a se-ond mortgage on some poisonal property One of the woist features of Jjoskwoods crims m tha ruination of hm- aged father whose name he so extensively used No criminal action has yet been taken against Lockwood, who is still confined to bis bed His sickness is not regarded as eenous It is said that he has spent a good deal uf money m buying lottery ticket! End of the Sharon-Hill Case SAN FRANCISCO Jan 16 Judge Shatter, in tho superior court, rendered a decision m the Sharon case which virtually ends that famous litigation The principal point in the present controversy was on a demurer to the answer made by the Sharon heirs. Tn this answer they incorporated the decree of the United States circuit court, by which the alleged mainage contract between Will- iam Sharon and Sarah Althoa Hill was de- clared a forgery and ordered canceled Judged Shaftei held that this decree of the United States court was in force in all courts, aud that the contract has no legal existence He ordered the Sharon case post- poned mdeflnately Indiana Coal Miners CHICAGO, Jan 16 The Indiana Coal Miners' association at its annual meeting in Terre Haute decided to take no action in re- gard to the Biazil mining troubles. Presi- dent Penn was asked what he thought of the action of the Brazil block coal operators who have given notice that no scale of prices fired in convention will be recognized He said "We intended to make no scale at this convention There will be a scale made at Columbus next week which they will be compelled to pay .To 8nttln for ftnotooo. NKW YORK Jan 16 Hilton, ex- judge and ex confidential manager for the late Alexander T Stewart, is going to sur- render to the contesting heirs in order W stop all further legal proceedings, i ne tfinus of the compromise not yot boon made public, but enough is knonu to justify the assertion that an amicable ad- justment of tho great contest has been ar rived at Sent Dp 01 a Vagrant. BUFFALO, N Y Jan 1C two prize fighters, Ike Farrell and Sam Straum, who were hi rested as vagrants, were arraigned before Justice Feldman yesterday. Farrell was sent to the penitentiary for ten days and Strauss nas discharged, having proved that he had a house here BrntHll? Treated In Colombia. NEW YORK, Jnn of the crew of the American schooner Julien, seised for alleged smuggling by the Colombian gunboat La Popa, have arrived herei state that they were brutally treated by tkat.. ELEVEN WORKMEN INJURED By a llurutlng Boiler on Ull jiy to the Hospital NEW BHK HTON Pa Jan Ib late aftcinjon tho boiler of tho btcnm ih lei used b) the 1 ittsbuig and 1 ako Lriu ft ulna) c mpin) in eicavatniB at 1 allst n Pa txplc lc 1 with such folct that pieces wcic bloun acrcss tho mer and irnen mt< tho ground a quarter of a mile iwaj Besides, tin regular 1 )od in nm auit, the machine a iiuuib r c f It ilians und "ondutter aud the engineer of tram No 1 were sitting in a tool car back uf the shovel All weie mole or less injured The only man killed was rinnois Uesloy of Plttbburg lonairer of boileis and eu gines. He had both legs broken was badly mangled and died on his way to the hos pital The injuied are John Anders )u shghtlj injured utoiit the head Cranuimu hnd face slightly binned Martin Dickey of Fallston 1 irnecl about the hands and face James 1 urnier slightly huit lam (illftlu engineer head eut James Hoopei fireman of la face burned an 1 aim broken William Mock burned alnnt the face Wilhan Morgin shghth uiiurfd V, illiam Rice bruised and burned btewart, injured aloiit the hcnd 1 nt-rick Sullivan laborer fuco and head I ui ned and hand bruised on duetor of tho 1 tram, burned about the face two unknown Italian laborers faces an 1 ej ts b n nt 1 The 1 c il< i si emed to he in good condition and the gauge indicated forty pounds of steam 1 1 e cause of the explosion has n t been determined but the machmerj has been in use foi many years Ihe tool uii caught fire and two barrels of oil stone I th rom increased tho desti no- tion All tho windows m the vicinity wi re broken and tie demolished Dr Mo- ll onncll if tins flaco tieated the injure 1 oftei nine thi y nere sent to the cbt I cnn hosi ital at Pittshurg 1 Ui Miulnjiiredbj u Bollrr fcxnloHlun Nnv I urov la Jan 10 I oil i ol i sie n she used on the Pittsbui ai 1 I aki I i i i tilway at Iiallston explu led yes till) lift mo n Ben J uiii i Jackson were fatally injured lui 1 i 1 1 11 1 iyes were moie or less senoush 1 urt TWO Vail He THE I AXATIVE AND FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Combined vuth tlie. ni diciuil cf kiinun to lie most litnciuiil to the. human S) in ible and c. t criti i curt H ibitinl Consti pition incl the. m ills de ptnclinif on i ik ir inactue condition of the KIDNEYS, LIVER flfJD BOWELS. 1' i c t ell nt rimed) known to "LEKNSE 7HESYSTCM EFFECTUALLY hen o c P or Couil pjtcd PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP, HEALTH nnd STRENGTH NATURALLY FOLLOW one is Using it ind ill are ddighkd it ASK YOUR DRUGG ST FOR r J V MANUFACTURED ONLY DY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO tatllS I LIE rr AFIV YOtf N 1. Special YORK SUN 00, 6O and 83 00 STKWAK iiusiNs: HAT'll-lt, 15 state Stroot. TTAMMOND 1 Hundred Thrown Out of Work Pa, Jan 16 at th H ui y Cl iv shaft, the largest mine of th K lint, oal ana Iron company emploj uif, 1 MX) i en was suspended indefinitely last eveinii0 No reason is ossigued for the-stop- otu i than tho absolute stagnation ol the oal Hade I uther Marsh Resigns. ISEwYciKK Jan. 16 R Marsh the well known lawyer, has resigned from tho tu n i ks commission and Adrian H Johiii i i hi en appointed in his place Mi Maibh has tal on very little part in publi- fciuce the Debar affair occurred H. BEdSLET, COUNSELOK-AT-LAW, 143 Stato Street, fronton, N. J. US ARK OF Sf fcCIAMSTS, NO NONSKM3E in It. COURSE Ind1Tidn.l Atttntion, Satw- The Shorthand Department I R. FI1WIN FISCHKB Pro H ir m ci mhination, proportion, and fuj 11 il n of Hooet's Sirsipv nHi ji ssesscs the curative value of the best 1 noun re me I olt3 the vctet il le I IOOQ O kingdom l'( cuh ir m its strength and economy, Hood s STI pii ill i K the only UK Jiclne of which cm tn Ij he sa il One Hundred Doses One Dol Inr In its nieUlcin il merits, Hood s Sarsiparllh jeconmlishcs cures hitherto un- known the title of The greatest blood purlfler ever channeled-" Peculiar lit its "good- inmo at home, there is more of n od s Sarsa- parllla sold In lowell than of all other blood i tinders Peculiar lu its phenomenal record of i -ij _ salesabroad no other I CCU 1 1 Ol preparation ittilned so rapidly nor held so steadfistly the confidence of all classes of people Peculiar in the brain-work which it represents, Hood s Sarsaparilla com- bines all the knowledge which modern research ln medical science has IO I ijCIT developed, nlthjnanj; years practical eiperience in preparing medicines Be sure to get only Hood's darsaparilla Sold by all druggists Prepared only bye, I HOOD CO, Apothecaries, Lowoll, Mais. 100 Doses One Dollar JU8T ABBlVtD AX Has removed to 210 EAST STATE STREET next door to Library Hull I OHM H. BACHES, COUNSELOB-A T-LA w, FOBST A RICHBT BLILDINS comer fatate and Warrcu litrceta T" AW OFFICES MJWAK.O I HPJu Fi Roftl Sate Deposit nod TruHt Go BuUd nj; 48 Went i fit Tfonicn, N J AIHASIBKA, ifi HOB1H WARRE1 niESTOS, M J. ril DPDBC54OVU A The old Da BOAEDMAN is not dead He the onljr Doctor of thai name that ever lived in Irenton OFFICB 40 WEST FBONT STEBB-I. J.JURM BEGINS MONDAY, For Catalogue, THOMAS J STEWAKT, PRIHWPAL, Box H. K. 10 and 12 South Ore-one Street. 3d. T ANNlhO OKOOK, DBAL2E8 Gl Heater 3, Ranges and Generally. Hp-rdware MTXKI) PATHTa (All HHAD 8) Broad "ncl I I A Grand Assortment of Very Latest Novelties in IIAMDUKGS, i-MBROIDERIJS Among which are entirely new de- signs never seen before, which we have received throngb several of the largest importing houses in New York. We guarantee that no finer nor bet- ter made Embroideries are in the market, and, above all, that we ate enabled to sell these beantifo' new FamhnTga at positively lower prices than any New York leUller ia able to offer to yon, no matter who they are, for we bought them for h, and are able to give surprising bargains to yon, Call and compare our Embroideries withy any others and Miuipare pri-es P. S We hereby give see clol notice that oil the old Parasols and Umbrellas from 1689, left here for covering and repairs, most be called for within 30 days fmm date, or will be Bold for charges January 15th WAUJS', City JJ. t Fine Ttoot and Shoe Maker, CUSTOM WOBK A Repairing of All Kinds 'lone In the Boat Manner 183 Broad Stroot, fronton. M. VOORHKKg, iln.lr Artiste "id Children e and cat and OOIled. Hair Droning and Shampooing Boonm, 310 N GRKKKB BiEKKi, TRffHTON, H J. HannbcUrer of ij description of Oma. mental Halt Oomhlnjn MadB np Pinm L1AMUEL J. KELLY U Will be pleased to call upon any one wanting OUT FOR BARGAINS We have purchased the store North and intend to build on the two lots ihe lincst Store in Iron Ion! We must get rid of our ntock to do thin, therefore, RliADY-MADIi aOTIIING! J i i M Me TAVLOHING UPON GOODS OB STOUH. Addrem, 113 Enut dtate street V. GEADUAiJb. Orl-lCI HOUKfl Cornor State nnd warren (font and Rlrhey Building) Flye a Specialty. (9A H. TO UP. M JOHl'H'll N'ORIH GREKNK SrREEl. C ,ITY OF TRENTON their the Flood CommlMlon. PHiLArau-HtA, Jun 16-The commission again today and will discuss the erection ol staunch bridges, the erection of a hospital anil the arrangementa with the Girard Trust company for estab- lishing an orphans' annuity fund, by which all orphans by the flood will receive a year until IB years of age The co balance is PEERLESS DYES J, B, HOBEN8ACK, PHII.ADKf.PHIA, PA. The IfJXllnn ipenlalltt In Touthfgl Implu. dcnc-o Yonni; men r-'ii'i-a Kurt far BaiNt Dint Ob .eoelptofSc Hump. if. till 2 P, M from 8 1. II. nnffl p. IT Notice of Intention to Construct North As sanpmk Intercepting Sewer, Pursuant to a reso ntion of Common Coun- cil, panned Lioccmhcr xtlb, notice Is hereby given that it is tbe intention of Common Council to build a sewor, beginning at Front and Oreenn (now South Broad) si riots, at the northerly end of that portion of the said north Assunpink intercepting sewer con- structed under ordinance of Common Coun- cil, passed July 12th, 1867, and running ewt- erly Frent distance of about feet to point In Front street at or near the westerly line of the lands of the Delaware and EarUad canal, thence north- MKterly tcivss lands of the said Delaware Canal Cuutpany, a distance of about 165 feet, to a point in Fast Onal street, opposite avenue; thenoeerit- erly through Grand avenue and acre the lands of the Mercer Ctmieterj Company distance of about 000 feet to a point in South Clinton avenue, thence northerly through said South Clinton avenue, a dis- tance of about 71 feet to a point opposite Yard avenue, thence eaMftrly through Yard avenue, a distance of about 812 feet, to ihe M'terly end of said Yard avenue, In accord- ance with the general plan of sewers adopted by the cily. Such persons u may object to tht eon- alruction of the said sewer are hereby re- vuwtod to prwtnt their objections In writing, on or before the 24th day ot Jannar., 1890, to the City Clerk, at his office in the City H-11. Dated Urt, OF DONB IN A FIRST-CLASS MHNER, AND AT SHOUT HOTICS AND FAIR PRICES. AT THE Trenton Times J o l; 1 "rinting Department WASHINGTON MARKST BUM D1NQ, Corner of Front and South "ro-d Streets. Advertise I YOUR "WANTS IN TIMES.   

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