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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               Vin. NO. IN SENA IE AND HOUSE. Butler's F migration Scheme Occupies the Senate's Time. THE WORLD'S FAIR IN THE HOUSE. TllKNTON, JANUARY 17 1890. TWO A Llit of Names Confirmed by the Senate to Serve Uncle Motion for a Special worltTa Fair Committee to Reconsider. WASHINGTON, the usual morning routine business yesterday the sen- ate took up the bill introduced by Senator Butler on Dec. 12 to provide for emigration of persona of color from the southern states, >uid Mr. Butler made a long speech iu sup- port erf the bill. Messrs. Hoar and Blair spoke in opposition to the bill, whicl) finally went over without action, and the senate went into executive session. The following nominations were con- firmed: Civil Service Commissioners Theodore Roosevelt, of New York, and Hugh S. Thompson, of .South Carolina. Solicitor of Internal Revenue Alphonso Hart, of Ohio. United States Judges Augustus J. Ricks, Northern district of Ohio; Alonzo J, Edger- ton, South Dakota. Chief Justices, Territorial Supreme Courts James H. Bentty, of Idaho; Wilh'sVandt Venter, of Wyoming. United States Attorneyo William B. Ster- ling, ilUriel of South Dakota; Fremont Wood, district of Idnho. Pontmaaters Appointed. Among a long list of postmasters confirm- ed were the following: Connecticut S. It Montgomery, Bristol; W. B. Hall, Walling- ford; J. C. TTinney, Hartford; M. Drew, Ansonla; Henry Hurst, Merlden. New York E. Bassler, Middleburg; L. L. Han- chett, Jamestown; J. W. Day, Waterloo; G. L. Tubbs, Hoi nellsville. Pennsylvania J. D. Crawford, Baiuhart's Mills; A. Glenn, Sfindy T'alra; J. Tl Carothers, Wilkinsburgj T. M Ford, BnorpsvUle; H P. McKnlip, Lcochburg; W. J. Neyman, Grove City. Discussing the World's Fair. The time of the house was almost entirely taken up in dlRcnining a resolution reported by Mr. McTf Inley, from the committee on i providing for the appointment of a special World's fair committee of thirteen to report within three days a plan by which the house can determine the site of the pro- posed fair, and mbsequently to report a bill providing for the fair. Mr. Cannon as the minority ol the committee on rules, reported a substitute resolution instructing the committee on foreign affairs to report to the bouse a method of selecting the locality of the World's fair. First, whether the fair shall be held east or west of the A lleghany moun- tains; and, second, the selection of the place for the location of the and after the location has been decided by the house, that the committee report a bill providing for a World's f in 1892 at the place se- lected by the bonno. A long discussion fol- lowed in which a score or more of repre- sentatives took part. Mr. JHitt, chairman of the foreigu affairs committee, favored the substitute, and said if the house would decide upon the site the committee could, within twenty-four hours, report a plan for the fair which would be satisfactory to tho bouse. r. Vote on Cannon's Substitute. After extended rliwiiRsion Mr. Cannon mod'ted hiB resolulfcn by otriWng out the clause requiring the vote to be titan on 'ocaUng Hie-fair onri or west of the Afle- ghames. A vote was taken on Mr. Cannon's substitute as modified and it was yeas, 140; nays, 142. Mr. Springer, rising to a of privilege, said that he hod kept a close tall; of the vote and hi" tally did not agree with the official tfllly. He asked for a recount ATecnnnt reversed former result and the substitute Bgi-ood to 137; 134. Then much confusion ensued as to the next step to be taken in parliamentary proceed- ing. Many members contended that the next vote should. he on Uw-MnlTinioy resolution as amended by the substitution of the Cannon resolution, bat the held otherwise and stated that the vote was upon substituting the majority resolu- tion, as nmendsd, for the original resolution. The vote was watched with intense interest, and when it was known at the end of the roll call that the resolution hnd boon de- feated by a tie vote, Mr. Springer, yho had voted in the changed his vote to the negative In order to be able to move a reconsideration. The substitute was rejected yeas, 138; nays, Mr. Springer moved to reconsider and Mr. McXinley moved to lay that motion on the table, pending which the honw at adjourned. Jack Dempgey Ve7j 111. ANuBCO, Jan. 17. Jack Dempnny'a taken a serious turn, and it is feared ha is in the Brut stages of con- sumption. The Nonp-reil has been suffering from a severe cold for several days, and there Is no doubt now but what fight with McCarthy nil! have to be postponed and perhaps off. He now weighs only 134 pounds, twenty pounds Icta fats flghtiug has boon In poor health erer his fight with Blanche, find it is Blgued thitt his defeat is obinfly re- for present condltioli. Senator Allison Benomlnated. MOIHBS, Jan. joint cau- cus of the Republican membein of the honm mid senate met night. Eveij member was present except three, who are sick, and they sent proxies. William B. Allison WAI to succeed himself in the United senite upon theflinlballot Hero. Mired the vote of every member prcoont Mteuty-elght in Thin injures ;_ by a majority of throe. Arbitrating Tnclr BOSTON, state board of arbi- tration opeued a hearing oa the differ? enccs between the striking tanner and thnlr employers in Wotxiru. Both reque.t the board to cue prine Hrt for all the factories included in the oowoiation. The board recutiiouiuded the return of such strikers aa remain out prid- ing its decision, and adjourned until Mon- day. Thn Prlrnt Gets New Trial. RALKHIH, N. C., Jap, supreme court ftloil nn opinion in the notable capital of ex-Friost Boyle, who was sentenced to death for rnpn upon Geneva Whitaker, a young girl who was an organist In church. Thr. opinion M by Chief JuoUoe MvUlam and ft Jlnyln a now trial. OUR COLORED BROTHERS. A Facetious Resolution Calling for Appropriation of CHICAGO, Jan. yesterday's morn- ing session of the A fro-AmericAn convention tho following officers were elected: 1'resident, W. A Pledger, Georgia; vice presidents, J. A. Brackett, Massachusetts; J. H. Davis, New York; DvHurd, Pennsyl- vania; A. Manning, W. L. Martin, Ohio; J. W. Alalone, Iowa; 8. B. Roll, Wis- consin; S. P. Russell, Missouri; A. 8. Bab- lu-tt, Nebraska; T. T. Simmons, District of Columbia; J. Q. Adams, Minnesota; E. W. Moore, Illinois, and one from each of the other states represented. becretary, J, H. Pelhani, Missouri; neslst- ant secretary, H C. Smith; chaplain, Rev A. Johnson. The newly elected president was escorted to the chair, aud made a speech upon the negro question. Just before adjournment H. C. C. Ash- wood, of New York, introduced the follow- ing preamble and resolution: Where as. The predominance ot Afro- A raerlcans in the suites of Alabama, South Carolina, Louisi- ana aud other southern states makes the situa- tion painful and uncomfortable for the small minority of white fellow citizens there residing; therefore, Bmolvecl, Tlmt we do petition the honorable congress of ;he United States to make an appro- priation or to furnish the unhappy white citizens of tliese states who muy desire W settle elsewhere in other and more favored states, free from Afro-American majorities, the to do BO. Senators Morgan, of Alabnma; Hampton, of South Carolina, aud Gibson, of Louisiana, are recommended as the "Moseses to lead the unhappy people out of the states of their misfortune." The rules were suspended, and the pream- ble n.nd resolution were unanimously paused and ordered sent to Washington. Bencher's Successor Installed. BBOOKT.TN, Jan exercises pre- iminary to the installation of Rev. Dr. Lymnri Abbott as pastor of Plymouth churcl took place yesterday in the, Sunday school hall of the church. Rev. Dr. Richard R Storrs, of Brooklyn, who was invited to at- tend as an honorary member, was not pres ent, and sent no letter of regret. A number of prominent clergymen were pres- ent. Dr. Abbott read a statement setting forth hia religious views. Atiteclosa her of delegates propounded questions, to which the doctor replied. The installa- tion services proper were held in the church in. the evening. Rev. Dr. R. R. Meredith made the ordination and installation pray ers. Addresses were made by Rev. Dr, Phillips Brooks, of Boston: Dr. Alexander McKenzie, of Cambridge, and Dr. A.' H. Bradford, of Montclair, N. J. Not a Prohibition Movement. CHICAGO, Jan. National Worn- ans' Christian Temperance union has issued a circular to the non-seceding White Rib- boners of Iowa, instructing them to eleci officers in place of the seceders, and continue their work as heretofore, waiting for the organization of the Iowa Womnns' Christian Temperance union. The circular says that the Womans' Christian Temperance union is intact and that the National Womans' Christian Tempernnce union has always been organically non-partisan, and loyalty to that organization does_not.jneaji must indorse the Prohibition party. I HE FLOOD COMMISSION. 1 he Report of Its Work Given to the Public. A (50 ANNUITY FOR ORPHANS. Nearly Tlu-ee Millions of PollarH Received and Expended for tint Conemttugh Tal- ley S40.000 Uonpltal to Be at Johnstown. FBII-ADELPHIA, Jan. Johnstowu flood relief commission met here yesterday. Governor Benrur presided. The proceedings were m secret. After tlie it waflap- nounced that arrangements had boon per- fected with the Girard Insurance Annu- ity and Trust company for the administration of an annuity fuiid wheruby the children under 10 years of age, orphaned by the Cons-, maugh flood, will each receive aauually until they reach the age of IB. The sum appropriated for this purpose is It was decided to nppropriate for the erection of a hospital at Johnstowu, and for hospital purposes in VViUiamsport. Paid to the Wiilown. The secretary's report showed that 1M women widowed by the flood had been paid and they will be paid more for their children in annual payments vary- ing aa to the number and ages of the chil. dreii. The report estimates the number ol .drowned by the flood in the Cone- maugh valley at bodies recovered, identified, unidentified, missing, The unclaimed dead, num- bering 741, were collected' and buried in Grand View cemetery. The Financial Report. The financial report of the secretary is as follows: Amount received by Governor Beaver at Harrisburg from all parts of the world, received from Phila- delphia committee, New York committee, Pittsburg commit- tee, total, The expenditures have been as follows: Appropriated and expended at Johnstowu, expended in other parts of the state, distributed as specially directed by donors, office ex- penses at Harrisburg, general ex- penses, first payment to orphans, total, Cash on deposit at Harrisburg, cash undistributed, deposited in Johnstown, total cash on deposit, IPSK amount appropriated to other parts of the state, net amount unapplied, From this should be deducted the amount now appropriated (including sundry claims ordered 342.65, leaving an unexpended balance in the hands of the commission of DOWN AN EMBANKMENT. Mlrai-llloUM Kscape from Death of it Car Load of PftflseiiKcrM. SALT LAKE, Utah, Jan. 17. An accident occurred on the Wyoming division of tin' Union Pacific, which, though serious, might havo resulted in terrible loss of life had the train been running at full speed. The train was drawn by two engines, and had slacked up on approaching the east switch of Hampton, sixty miles east of Evans- ton. Tho engines passed safely over the switch. In doing so, however, they spread the switch rail, and the express anil baggage carsund the first class coach wpro thrown down an embankment, where they turned over and were smashed. There were six care in bound train, and tne passengers in the rear conches turned out to help rescuing the injured. Their names are MiRs Abbie Coolidge, Evanston, slightly cut; Z. H, Graham, Ogden, neck bruised; Mrs. James Kranz, Des Moines, cljest bruised: John McChnled, leg broken; George Mclntnuh, conductor, hands and head slightly cut A. Rock Springs, head and shoulders bruised John Robinson, Long Pine, Neb., shoulder log injured; Domingo Stringer, Rod: jSprings, head bruised; Charles Tobin, Xen Washington, 0., leg hurt aud hand sprained two children of Charles Wachenfltts, flesh wouuds and cut about the head and face. HE STOLE FROM THE TREASURY. Teller Jackson, After Yearg of wandering, fieturns and Is Arrested. NEW YORK, Jan. Brooks, of the Professor Honey NEW HAVEN, Jan. 17. Fredericck R. Honey, who for some years past has been the instructor in mechanical drawing at Yale Scientific school, has been removed from his position, Professor Brush announc- ing thnt Professors Richards and would fill the vacancy. dismissal one of the worst quarrels which has oeeurrod among the members of Yale's faculty for some time. Mr. Honey ordered freshmen to purchase their drawing instruments of a firm in this city, but instead they purchased them from a junior who canvassed their class for a Philadelphia flini Mr, Honey then announced he would mark the students absent if they used the instruments. Upon this the board of directors stepped in and told Mr. Honey that he must retract. He would not do so and was dismissed. The Feeling Against England. LISBON, Jan. men belonging fo the Royal Marine corps have boon ar- rested fur participating in an Anti-English demonstration. It is understood that a British squadron will shortly take a position in the Tugus. The Portuguese merchants are meditating a concerted boycott of Eng- land by refusing to receive English money. Protecting on HuBlneffs Grounds. LISBON, Jan. English com- mercial houses in Lisbon and Oporto art! preparing a protest against the ultimatum of tliu British government declaring that tliey regard the dispatch of English men-of- war to Portuguese waters as injurious to Ihuir business. THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUIOK FIGS OF CALIFORNIA. Combined with the medicinal virtues of plants known to be most bencDcial to the human system, forming an agreeable and effective laxative to perma- nently cure Habitual Consti- pation, and the many ills de- pending on a weak or inactive condition of the KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS. It is excellent remedy known to CLEANSE THE SYSTEM En-ECTUALLY When one is Bilious or Constipated THA r PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP, MEALTH and STRENGTH NATURALLY FOLLOW. Every one is using it and all are delighted with it. ftSK YOOH DRUGGIST FOfl Umbrella and XORK 8UN 60 and 83.0O. STKWAUT MANUFACTURED ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAH FRANCISCO, CAL, LOUISVILLE. new YORK, N, i. YOUNG LADIES SERVIOK in tht COUNTING BOOM.; U'S 10 State BUoot. IIAMMONH I AKE H. BBA8T.KX, OOUN8KIX3E-AT-T.A W, 143 Slate Street, Trenton, N. J. I Makes the lives of many people miserable, United States secret service, yesterday cap dlstress Mel eatln SOUJ. stomacn tared Henry H. jaying.l loss ol appetite, teller at the United States sub-treasury who to, {eeU bad taat coated Parke's Conviction Creates Surprise. LONDON, Jan. verdict in the case earl of Euston against Editor Parke, which gives the journalist a year in prison, astounds everybody, though upon a strict interpretation of the laws relating to libel it is doubtful that the jury could have found otherwise. It is perfectly plain, however, that Mr dpfpRt, discomfiture ore dMe to his inability to produce reputabJe witnesses.. The result of the trial has nc effect upon the main issue, however, and the popular belief in Euston's giiilt remains as strong es ever. Poisoned the Ship's Crew. BALTIMDRH, Jan. steamsHip Earn- dale, Capt. W, H. Carter, arrived from with tbesteward, Walker, inTrons, charged with attempting to poison the ship's crew and officers. On Monday last he ac- knowledged to the second mate to have put a, bottu-otjalnp-into tho food.- Taitbrmtlic day he wrote a long -letter to the captain, telling how he had poisoned the and pleaded excessive drinking as the Cause. He told the assistant steward on1 Monday that hn had poisoned tho food for the stWuJ officer, John Leddon, for an old grudge. All the poisoned officers and hands have fully recovered. Arrested for Non-payment of GLEXB FALLS, N.Y., Jan 17. UnderSborifl Rccd, ol Warren county, put under arrest recently one James Patterson, a member bi the Citizens' Corps, N. 8. S. N. Y., of Glen! Falls, for the non-payuienc of fines and dues. The warrant of arrest was the rc-sult of a court martial recently held here. After some discussion the case was adjourned un- til tbe 21st inst.. Mr. Patterson is now in the custody of the officers. Much interest will be taken in the case by the National guardsmen of tbe state, will settle whether an enlistment in the state military service means something more than a service at. the option of the private. A DeKpondent Terrible Crime, FABIBAULT, Minn Jan. 17, Yesterday a horrible tragedy occurred at Cannon lake, about five miles from here. Mrs. McNeil, the wife of a prosperous farmer, in a fit of despondency, shot her three children, qged respectively 4 and 2 years and 3 weeks old, forced .another daughter, aged (i years, to drink carbolic acid and then took a dose herself. She and her daughter may recover. Despondency, owing to recent Illness, is the causa. She said she "pected to die and could not bear'the thoughts of leaving her children behind, i Unlillltlen. Atsets, ALBANY, Jan R. Pierson, at sole survivor of the broker and banking fl< of H R Pierson Son, made a general as- signment for tbe benefit of crcdltaf late yesterday afternoon to Robert C. Pi-uyu, of this -ity, Liabilities, an-sts, QUO. References were made to the amount of Of. this amonnt a note for Is held by the Commercial of Alhony, and the balance in funds held by hi" late father, Chancellor Pierson, as receiver for number of insurance companies. Senator Dying. COLUMBUS, 0., '17. T. Q. of Cleruiount county, who been ill for several days with puenm.jnlo, became much Woma yesterday re coveiy Is doubtful He is 70 ysars old a cousin of tbe late Gen. Grant stole from the funds under his charge in October, Jackson was arrested at tbe Allman house, Fourth avenue and Tenth street, where he had been "making a night of it" with a party of men and women. He strenuously insisted that the detectives bad made a mistake, at his name was M. J. Hill. He was soon iden- tified, however, and then made a confeswion, declaring that Uis ruin was caused by a woman He has bad two wives, and has bom divorced from one. One of would not say caused him to become B criminal. A f ter taking the money he fled to Glasgow, where he led a dWpated life. He 5 now broken in health and without funds. He it the son of a highly esteemed leader in mis- sionary work, and up to the time of hta de- falcation was much thought of by bin busi- ness associates and moved in the best sociaL circles. He was remanded without bail foi emniinRtion Jan. 20. Jackson says he returned here hoping to liable to earn a living.under _his iwsnmed name. He was betrayed by a former friend in the sub-trMsury, to whom he had sent a note inviting him to call at the Curb's ConBdence In Parnell. CORK, a meeting of the board of giiardiana a resolution was introduced eiprnnning full confidence in Mr. Parnell. Dr. Tanner, member of parliament for MM- Cork, in a speech in lavor of the resolution, took ocowion to accuse Mr. Smith Barry, Conservative member of parliament for Huntingdon, who was present, of having attempted to exterminate his in order to obtain tbe title of Lord Barrymore. Tbe accusation created great excitement And a scene of disorder ensued, during which the chairman left the chair. Tbe mayor of Cork assumed the chair restored order, rfhen tbe resolution was adopted unani- mously. Gen. Malione Escapes Indictment. PKTKBSBCBQ, Jan. the night of Nov. 5, it will be remembered, H P. Harrison, who was taking part in a Demo- cratic jollification, was shot while pawing the residence of den. Mahone. Yesterday afteuuoou the indictment agnlusl Muhone was sent before tho grand jury. It charged Gen. Mabone with maliciously shooting H. P. RuiTisbn. night the grund jury reported that they bad failed to find a true bill against Mahone, and the prosecution was itismls-ed. The Stranded Steamer. NEW LONDON, Conn., Jan. steam- er City of-Worcester is still on Bartlett's Roof. It is understood that the pnmpg nsed are not of sufficient power, and others have boon telegraphed for from New York. They arrive before Saturday, and the Hunger to the vessel is hourly increasing. The wreckers are still confident of floating the (tciiiibi, nevertheless. To Provide for Injured workmtut. BRUBHKT.H; Jan. the Belgian parlia- ment Y Bocmaert, minister of finance, In- troduced a bill commemorating tbe jubilee of King Leopold by do voting to relief f and for receiving Injuries while in performance of their duties. Clark Indicted. Niw YORK, Jan. grand Jury yos terday afternoon handed In an indictment Maj. Hancock Clark, of the Souttarn society, who fired three pistol shota at Wilton Randolph, a fellow member, a few evenings ago. tongue, and irregularity of Dl8tr688 the bowels. Dyspepsia does After not Bet we" ltse11- II _ requires careful attention, Eating and a remedy like Hood's Barsaparllla, which acts gently, yet efficiently. It tones the stomach, regulates the diges- tion, creates a good ap- petite, banishes headache, and refreshes the mind, 71 1 Tfave been troubled with dyspepsia. I had but little appetite, and what I did eat _ i distressed me, or did me if "ttle After eatlng DUm would have a faint or tired, all-gone feeling, as though I had not eaten anything. My trouble was aggravated by my business, painting. Last Sour spring I took Hood's Bar- c. u .aaparin.v which did me an StOttiacn Immense amount of good. It gave me an appetite, and my food relished and satisfied the craving I had previously experienced." GKOIWE JL PAnjsF wjtertovm, Mara. I K. EDWIN FISCHER, Baa removed to 416 EAST STATS 8TEEET, next door to Library Hall. JOHN R. BACK1X, W, NO 8MATXJSRING, NO NON-ESSEM 1'IAr.H, NO NONSKNHE In Ito OOUUSE OF TRAINING. Modern TrnMig, Individn.l faotoiy Progw-.. The Shorthand Department Offers the very beat facilities for acquiring skill in RAPID AND SUCCESSFUL PKOQREaS GDARANtKED, Mo.uing, AfUrnoon and Er.ning in BEK1INS For Oatalogae, addi THOMAS J. HTEwAKT, PKIIICIPAL, Box Bit, N. J. 10 and 19 South Greene fOESI EICHBI BDH.DIR8, corner Bute and Warren Streets. AW I lood's Sarsaparilla Sold by nil druggists. 01; six for 83. Prepared only' by C. I ROOD CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, MMI. IOO DOBOS One "allar r r UPDEQROVKi l'H.-VJS, Proprtetoia, The old DB. BOABDMAN is not dead t fffl w ever llvd in Trenton. OmcB 40 WRST FBOHT AHHlSO UBOOK, DSAr.inu Q) Reateis, Binges and Generally. LCOAH' WTTtCIJ PAIN-IB (AM nd Coutre SUseH, E. Ssle IXiponH Trust Co 28 8WCW, Trenton, N, J. AT.HAMHRA, 38 NOETH WARRBN TURK row, s, 3. name ScotlnntVn fi? EDINBURGH, Jan. n. over the Firth of For! opened with elaborate f --rmo 4, when the Prince of the utructuro by driving Hir. ln nt, formally JSrltlnh Fleet In jSAKziflMi, Ailrniral 1'r .n with tho wlroli Hi'itiih East African n foa, arrived hero t Fonr Killed hj Blast, Tenn., Jan. meu were killed and several others badly wound- ed by tho premature of a blast at a camp near Johnson City, on the Atlantic railroad, yesterday, William Davis, of Knoxville, was one of the killed. nopnrtmnnt In Belgium. 'i-t: .Inn, Belgian govern- TIT upon formation of fl j J'll'.r ilcn-n-lmimt, to vrlifch nil I niTcctiug omploycTs and employee will be I referred. JUST ARRIVED AT L' A Grand of Very Latest Novelties in 1MBROIDKRII8 Banqueting the Explorer. CAJBO, M Stanley was entertained at a banquet by the khedive last evening. All of the Egyptian minister! and many native offlciajs were product, The Duty of RoMBy Jan. encyclical lettei issued by the poprt Wrdnrsflay is published. It insist'? that, it i': the duty of Catholics to follow the pip-il ilootrines with ntnoluta faith, and condpintm those who profgs? CathollciBm while crilblslng the nets ojohe churches. Among which are entirely new de- Blgua never seen before, whinh we Just received throngh several of the Ingest importing houses in New York. We guarantee that no finer nor het- ter-mule Embroideries are in tbe market, and, above all, that we Me enibled to tell these beautiful new at positively lower any New York retailer 18 able to offer to yon, no matter who they are, for we bought theiu for are able to give surprMng bargains to you. Call and compare oar Embroideries with any othori and oouipmre prirci. P. 8. Notice. olal notice that all the old Parasols Umbrellas from 1880, left bere for coreiing and most be called for within 30 dayi froui this dale, or -III fee sold foi 15th. WALI1S', JJ. Fine hoot and Shoe UUSlOM gepulrlng of All done In the Beit Manner 183 Broad Street, Trenton. m. VOOBHK.KX, Hair "H Children's and OQt ourled. -ing BlSKKl', IkKNTON, N, J. of ry dwOtlpUon of menhti nut. OomMnxi Made Up. PBIOM J. EKI.I.T LOOK OUT l-OR BARGAINS We have purchased the store North of us and intend to build on the two lots I he I incs t Store to I rwiton We most get rid of onr stock to do this, therefore, L J 'ON Mc WlT.T_. BH Will be pleased to upon any one wanting GOODS OR BTOUH. 113 East State Street. ISO. F, PEERLESS it J. B. IIOBEN8ACK, PA, tri Yonlhful fmniU- denon. Tonne men contnmpUMnf iwnd fi- Medleal Book. Oijt OO receipt of 2o. "tamp. Oofculr-ttonhons Ull a P. M., from P. M P. Oumer Slate warren SUreeW, 1' At M' M'd Bnllllin8f') U I'KICHTON, N. J. Bye a Spoomlty. OF TRENTON. Notice of intention to Construct North An- sanpink Intercepting Sower. Pniauant to a resolution of Common Coun- cil, n December 24th, notice is Hereby given that it is tbe intention of Common Council to bnild a sewer, beginning at Frout Greene (now South Broad) streets, at the northerly end of that portion of tbe said north Aminplnk Intercepting sewer con- structed nnder ordinance of Common Coun- cil, July 12th, 1887, running nly through Frent otroet a db'-nce of about foot to point in Front slieet at or tbe wJHerly line of tbe lands of the Delaware and canal; thence north ten.': inds of the said DeUw.ii and Canal Coiupany, a distance of about 166 feet, to point In Hast atrost. opposite Grand erly through avenue the I'ndi of the I r Co-netery Company a dlstonee of about 660 feet to a point in South Clinton arcane; northerly through'said South Clinton avmne, a dU- tvnoe of about 71 feet to a point oupcslte Tard avenue; tbrtuoe t thioBgh Taid ktmne, a of about 618 feet, to the My end of uld Yard in ce with the genet J p'-" of adopted tbe oily. penons as nay object to the eon- of the said sewer are 10 NQRTII GRKKNK DONE IS A FIRST-CLASS MmRt AND AT SHORi KOTICf AHD FAIR PRICES, AT THE Trenton onorbefoie the MtKdayof to the Oily Clerk, at his in the dly JNO.O.OWKK8, Oily Clerk. DateA llth, J o l Minting Department WASHINGTON MARKET BUILDING, i Corner of Kront and South i-rcad Streets. YOUR "WAN'i'S1 -IK THE 'I'IMKS.   

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