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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VITI. NO. 9300. TKKNTON, MOVDAY AFKIL 28, 1890. TWO OKNT0 THE DYNAMO IS READY. Will Electricity End Mur- derei Keuuuler's Life? WARDEN DIKMlUN AL03E KNOWS. t Ine First Victim of New Virfc's New Death I Penalty Will Recelie Uie Fatal Rhnek Some Time This Vit ek Preparations for a Noted Execution AlButs N Y, April 28 -Will it be TUBS. 1 ly morning or Wednesday morning thnt the fiery forte that has accidentally destioyed so miny persons legally dis- patch its first -victim" This is the ques- tion that is on the lips of nearly every per- son in Auburn today Keepers and guards in the prison hear the question asked con tinimllv "When'" Yet only one man can thnt question And he is silent Warden Dumton has a peculiar faculty of keeping his business to himnelf But there is one man who apparently does not caro Kemmler Kimmler Shows No Fear. Sitting in his cell, catching occasional glimpses of com icts passing his window, the condemiK d man eats with a hearty ap- petite, studies his Bible, chats with bin guardsmen and whistles and sings his favorite song, "Call Me Back Again His face shows no sijn of fear He re- cently to Mr Dnrston "You have been kind to me and I shall try to make your work easy He Has the Autograph Fever. During the past tw o weeks he has wiltten nearly a thousand of his autograph cards, on which, in strikingly neat characters, with a few ornamental flourishes, is "Will lam Kemmler Auburn N Y Apnl, 1890" Kemmler n %er lost faith that he would get a new trial until he was taken to Buffalo to be resentenced He seems well aware of the interest Tils case is excit- ing and wishes the cards he has written to be en to all who want them So strong is the autograph fever upon him that he will undoubtedly wiite cards up to the houfrhe leaves his cell to walk to the death chair Spiritual Adviser. Could he live nntil May 6 he would be 81 years of age Some day this week he will die At what hour? Probably between 3 and 7 in the morning Kemmler's spiritual adviser, Dr Houston, visited him Sunday conducted Uiw usual sei ices Kemmler was very attentive He brought his rug and knelt at the chaplain s side Kemmler's dinner, on a large platter, was brought in by a convict A little later Mrs Durston sent down the ice cream and cucumbers ghe had promised him The Murderer's Only Friends. Kemmler gets only ordinary fare There are no flowers to adorn his room, no delica- cies from ouUide sentimentalists In fact, he is treated as prisoner who, outside of his keepers ana the warden's family, has not a friend m the world No syinpatVintio letters are sent from Philadelphia, where he betrayed the wife of his best friend no anxious inquiries come from he brutally hacked her to pieces His only fnends during the whole trial have been the alteiuating electrical current system companies, whose only object was to defnat the scheme of a rival organization Prepatations for the Execution. Extensive preparations are being made for the transmibsion of the details of the execution by the telegraph companies 'ihe Western Union has fourteen special opera- tors here who, with the regular force, will be able to send out 100 000 words in foul hours' time Many scientific experts will be present The prison gates will be closely guarded until after the execution. Only authorized persons will be allowed to enter and even then they will be closely watched Warden Durston has issued tickets to those to be admfWed, and the utmost caution will be used to frum geUingin A Qneer Complication1. A queer complication arisen which maj-d !a> the execution until Salurdny Ariong the persons invited to be present i re William Henry Smith, general man- ager of the Associated Press, and Walter Phillips, of the United Press, -who were to represent the newspapers V r Smith does not want to come and has asked to be per- mitted to send a substitute This request Warden Dnrston positively refuses to grant, and says further that if Mr Smith does not come Mr ahn.U not be present, nor stall either of thvui send substitutes It has also boon discov- ered that there is no provision in the law binding jurors, witnesses, assistants or olliera to AiJciecj as to the detail! Of edition They may be prosecuted, However, for a misdemeanor if they Mmwingly tell the devils for publication The Dtmlli Wnifnul Piepared. At the execution no cap will be placed rver the condemned man's face, and every Ion of the muscles will be plainly p en by the jury The physicians will hold a post-mortem over_the body, and any mirks caused by the electricity will be carefully noted After erainlnntlon the 'uJdy will be deposited in a rough box par- tially filled nith quicklime, and buried within the prison walls Were It buried outside it is almost certain the body wonM I? stolen by medical or cnriotijj- fekers The death is all prepared and nothing but the wurdcu's cuiuntAnd gfAiiJs between Kemmler and instant death He will probably be informed to- iliiy by the warden of the exact of execution State Electrician Harold P Brown will remain in the djnanio room, a thousand yards away from the scene of death, anddo nothing .icept to see tb-t the Is kept running smoothly Warden Dnrston will himself turn on the death THE BASEBALL WORLD Amerltjn Annuciutiuil At TADlsnUe 1 Toledo Bnae hits Hi I1 lolido 8 Frrora LonlxvUle i, lileJ) U Haiti i t thin and RJATI, CuHhtuan and Sage At Fhltodelphia- Athletlo 100108000-8 Syracuse 010000008-8 Pose hits Athletic 8 Syi flense 6 Errors Athletic 8 Sjracus.0, 2 Batteries Price and Ointz Casey aud Brlggs At Brooklyn Rochester J00120 0101-6 Bmwhits Brooklyn 5 Rochester 6 Errors Brooklyn 3 llxli sUr 4 Unite je Tuolo aud Toy Callihau aud MiKiough AtSt Louis- Bt LoulH 34210320 0-14 Columbus 000100000-1 Base tilts 8t Louis 17 Columbus 4 rrrora St. 3, Columbus, 3 Battejies Stivetta Rarle, Goati iglit and Bly Attendance How the Clubs Stand. PI AY MIS' LEAGUE Clubs. Buffalo Chicago Boston Fhjladelp a W L.PCt Uubs New lii ooklj u PitlsbuiK .levelau 1 NATIONAL LFWJUE 600 500 Clubs W L Pbiladelpa 3 1 Bditon 4 2 Ptttaburg i H Cincinnati 3 2 PCt lib' nubs eland Lliitajio 600 New'iork 00" 1 W L PCt 2 3 400 3 41X1 J 8 400 1 4 200 W L PCt S 400 2 3 2 4 333 1 8 260 Clubs. Rochester Louisville Athletic St. Brooklj n AMERICAN ASSOCIATION W L. P Ct Clubs W L PCt 5 2 5 2 4 2 4 3 Columbus 714 Syracuse (16" Brooklj n 571 Toledo 333 881) 143 ATLANTIC AUTOMATION Cluhn W L PCt Clubs W L PCt Newaik i 1 tT50 W ashlngton a J 600 Worcester 8 1 7aO Baltimore 28 600 Hartford 8 1 7W Vew Haven 13 a 0 Jersey Cily 22 500 0 4 000 The Plttlbnrc Magnates' Alleged Retreat CHICAGO, Brunell.of the Players'league stated that the Chicago club of the Plaj era' league would make no move to meet that of the National league in transferring the Pittsburg club from Pittsburg and opening its season here next Tuesday It is amusing though he says, "to see t it Pittbburg team of the National league, whose officials were the loudest for a conflict of dates, go on record as the first to dodge us, and run away from its owu towu to do it Pittsburg i retreat, in my opinion, only points to a gener-il oue all along the old League s line Our schedule WM made to stay, and will stay, no matter what the old League does That Buffalo League Ramor. BurrAlo, N Y, April report that Washington capitalists are negotiating with Buffalo Plajers' league backers to ob- tain possession of the Pla> ers league team is denied here Shh e said last night "We have not reeened or made any propo- sition to ashmpton baseball men tending to the transfer of our club Such a nun e has not been thought of We are in the Players' league to stay and stay we will Will the Magnates Gobble Plttsbnrg? PliiSBCRG, April Chicago, com mencing Tuesday, the Pittsburg National League club n ill tiy its pi lyers Against the Chicago National League club in eight games At the end of tbis time it is re ported the best of the Pittsburg players will be sold to Chicago aud the remainder of the club v, ill be transferred to Indian apolls, with the Pittsburg franchise M'CANN'S LITTLE BOMB. He A Alliance ST JOSFPH, Mo April 28 ihe Farm- ers' alliance hag undertaken a gigantic scheme to advance the price of wheat A large elevator Is to be liullt for the fariueu who are_members of the alliance, and the wheat tfe to "remain stored uiitU it can gold at a bushel In order to tide over the farmers who have their wheat thus stored, a new bank is to be established St Josiuh with a capital of the money will b5 limned to Vury low rate of interest Application ir'V be uiude for a charter this week Georgia tnnrlH All Right. ATLANTA, April 28 Gates, 'inowpaou nnd McCoimick, who have been here inquiring into alleged ifregitlar prrtc ttccs in United States courts, find that prisoners are fiequently surrendered by iKBidfimen, putting the expense Of trans- portation upon the government JJut this abuse cinnot be remedied txctpt lij a change in tho Inw lleyond this there Is no fault found with the courts of this dig- trict The conimttce go Mob lo from here to fllll dr H h In I k i I i Cnri- f tr iik i nil harmlpis it handy to (Oiiqufi croup, whooping cough ami other pulmonary iron- bill OnlySBoenti Hakes Grave Statements Concerning Grant and Croker. Nuw April a sensation was caused at the Fassett state senate com mittco's Investigation when Partick H McCann took the witness stand Mr Me Cann is the brother in law of Richard Croker, the Tammany leader Through that connection he became possessed of the alleged information which was extorted from him With great reluctance Mr Me Cairn testified that somewhere about the end of 1884 Richard Croker raised to bnbe members of the board of aWrtmflSj who were expected to vote for Grunt's confUiuation as commissioner of public works Grant did not get the ap- pointment Mr McCann also testified that Grant after ne became sheriff paid Mr Croker m installments The money in each Instance was Inclosed in an en- velope to Mr Croker's little daughter, i lossy With money, ac- to Ml1 McCain.'s Stoiy, Richard Croker paid for the Jouse m which his wife now lives Mr McCann also testified that since the investigation was started Leicester Holme, MayUr Grant's private secretary, had made urgent appeals to Mrs Croker to leave the to Germany and remain there while estimation lasted, offering to pay all her expenses meanwhile Mr Mc- Capn ajw Holme had made JujbstnTirially the same proposition to Dr Btwknmu, the family physician of Mrg Crofcer, who was cognizant of the damag- ing facts concerning Croker's relations with Grant Mayor Grunt emphatically denies the witness' story In an interview he said "TLls story is the most nllanuus thing I ever said the mayor angilly "It certainly emanated from a diseased brain, for there is not oue iota of truth in it To tell the truth, this statement appears so ridiculous that I hesitate about making an In vitivt ol fjJn facts, how- ever, I feel called upon to pronounce the whole statement a malicious falsehood and made of nholc McCnnn is said to be angry because he cUims to have been frozen out of the bt Vincent restaurant lease in Centril park by Mayor Grant and "Dick" Croker A New York paper received ths fol- lowing cablegram- Wiuhinitif, April tl McCnnn's story is false Would not believe Mm under oath He la a blackmailer RH.HARD CROUCH. Mrs Richard Croker and her children left the Lincoln hotel early yesterday moiii- ing Neither pioprietor Dunn nor any of hW employes knew where she hnfl gone She hnd boon living at the Lincoln for sev- eral wefik'i, having left her home on Mount Miiuis avenue because one of her servants sick with scarlet fever i A Cvrpie round. WATERBUBT, Conn April 28 body 25 old nm found Sunday near the edgfi of a small porid oil the fardi 'of Hobart Wcltone, In the suburbs' of Wa- torbury life body vtv swoHnn And features distorted beyond recognition Tne medical examiner nays the woman Jim benn dead a month Foul play is ed A Ijriolioat Kittiled. C Pa., Apnl ihe Cam- bria Iron company lockout at the Wbeelar ailMoriell coUtf plants has otsn sett'letf nnd tlipflOftworKCW will reiume work to- day Tlieutsi of the forwhoao r  Bo un tht IOMON April 21 meitn t.s held tountla} bj labur atun-- at which the KU it 111 tht 1 iborwi i d advent of the inomtntuus 1 n is di cursed aud pint s Imallj Ml tied lor n Sundaj s dc is Ihe men in nil the trades elum To be n n fident of tin success of theuioMimut I r tliortir hours and tbej are ceitanilj en thusiastic enough to indicate that their cnutuUu e is not assumed Ihe chief fiat uus of nevt 'iundaj's piugrnmnu i number of imposing pioeessions f mini bers of tbe n >us trades aud sul seqm at uionstii m iss meetings Ihe police jio fiss not to be at all afiaid of disttirli auci but tbij ire piopirlj every pree uition tut evptrieiue or fort Slight can sugKist to guard accident 01 untowaid HH ulent provoke tiouble A Rein to 1 awful Isnemblug K The general dispositiennn tbe pait of tin Rtltlionties is to fue uin to tlu JHOJ U in tlie matter of ful usst HI 1 movement through tbe struts ami u tt inteiftre unless it becomes absolutely m t e j to do so It is to be rcgiette 1 th ateonling to advices from othei (apita s the authorities of the lontmeutiil eonnti les seem to take a different v lew of their dutu and are inclined to pHce restrictions on people TV huh may prove so us to e mse disorder where otherwise would pass off peacefullj Then is no denjlng that the general feeling out Furope is oue of um piiuess and appre Lension, and evervbodj wishes the 1st of Ma) were past The Irish Railway Strike. The Irish railway strike situation is be i worse rather than better Labor disturbances m Irelaud, like social disor s in that country, seem to issunie a more bitter aspect than similar affairs in most other countries, and it is not improbable that serious trouble will occur befoie the lire sent difficulty is settled Ihe railwaj directors have detcimined to take advantage of the legal rights pos sensed by them and have begun prosi.cn tions agumst the signalmen who left the companies' employ vv ithout the formal no tite required bj law aud there is little doubt that the men will be made to suftei "i-verelv for their hasty action Michael Davitt's Advice The American mail tram was one hour late in reaching Queenstowu Sunday Sev eiil lailwav dnectors and seven cltiks fi >m the Dublin offices of the railw ij i umied the tram and had charge of the mull The clerks can led the mail aboard thi T mbnu the regular employes for that purpose having joined the strikers The Lmlnia was but very slightly delayed in sailing Anchael Davitt, m an address to the strikers in Phoenix park, advised them to submit their grievances to arbitration He condemned the action of the signalmen in quitting work without giving notice ami without affording opportunity for negotia tions Stanley Beaches London. LONDON, Stanlej arrived here there was an immense concourse of 'people inside and outside the station and he was given a most enthusiastic greeting The Duke of Abercorn, Baroness Burdett Coutts nnd a large number of other fnends of the explorer were awaiting to welcomt him '1 he baroness presented Mr with a bouquet He entered the carnag of the baroness and drov e off w ith her 1 ho hour of Mr Stanley's amval at Dover was d 55 o'clock Disgraceful confusion prs vailed on the pier when the boat landed owing to mismanagement by tbe locil authorities Fifty reporters were present and tlitj came near having a conflict with the police, owing to tfceir defiance of certain orders which the reporters regarded as nnwar ranted A number of Mr Stanley's friends, among them being Mr theAmerican consul general. Gen. Sir Gtaruet Wolseley, and Rustem Pasha, the Turkish ambas sador, nnd others of prominence were un able to get aboard the steamer which brought Mr Stanley The authorities of Dover presented an address to Mr Stanlej He replied with a few words of thanks They Defaced Boolunger'ft Placards PARIS April 28 municipalelections Suuday passed off quietly. The police de- facedtthe placards which represented the candidacy of Gen Bonlanger and the DUD d'Orleans 'Twelve Republicans were elect- ed Fifty-nine reballots will be necessary Of these the voting yesterday favored the Republ'cans in forty two cases, the Bou langists in thirteencasesand the Conserva tives in four cases Eleven Bonn a work. BERLIN, April 28 National Zeitung spates that the government's labor bill fixes the maximum1 duration of women's -w'oA at eleven hours a day Seattle'! Belief Funds Stolen. SEA uLE, Wash April local sen HOUSEHOLD WORDS ALL OVER EUROPE. "BEST GOES FARTHEST." Now that its manufacturers are drawing the atttntion of the American public to st since its invLiition, the bist of all will soon be appreciated here as well as elbewheie all over the world All that the manufactur- ers request is simply one trial, or, still better, a compara- tive test with whatever other cocoa it may be, thoii VAV HOUTEN'S COCOA itself will convince every one of its great superiority It is because of this superiority that the English paper sav.s "Once tried, always used the evil conutintly VAN HOUrEN 8 OOOOA winch refreshing nourishing [U siition vvai caused lure by the mis[ t nsion from dutv of secntary McCoonil v if the relief committee which ha.s m dmitfo uinnming of the funds Unntidto Seattle iftcr the June tire. It 1" claimed that MdCoimbs bas embezzled a portion of the funds ami affidavits to that t fleet wele filed ut a joint meeting of the inuj or and relief committee A MaKoiilo Defaulter SPRIMHIID O Apnl John M Carey, a leading high m tlu order of Mas hn J 0 Brlen the noted Republic in U U r m the Elightb Assemblj district died April 27 at Coney Island nlieie lit lias been ill for some turn putt i'i )'l Mr OHriinbad been a povvn in local nd indirectly in state and national pohtu s for man) jears the only publii oHuc nf msiqueiue that he had held was tli it of chief of the bureau of elections He vv is n native of this cltj and WHS 48 j CUIK of age- Ihe I Jiirt IiiHiiKree bTK i N 'i I lie jnrj in tin Frost du'ue case it 1 iluskl laikd t( igui ml ifU r 1 (lit f n t> houi1- wt tt dis h UK s I eight to fo'it U i I liu itnT Mr I r isi BEN IS t OW DDF. Ten per rent discount ou all bills paid on or before April 30th OHAa A BFTD, Treasurer ANGKT.O CAMRKA'S OENEEAL CONFECTIONFE7, iT U tc. Superfine Cream Chocolates a specialty An immense asxortment of factious, Lozen ges Drops, Cough Candies, Nut Candies Car Hinds Miitu 03, Penny Ooods Turkish Candlea, French C. reama, French Olaces, etc Prices moderate 205 SOUTH BEOAD STEEil, NEXT TO BEOAD 6TEEET BANK ANGELO OAMEEA Paop HI y l TBE CITY, Oeleb-ated B now on J.--T- Spring IIA'lTI'K, 16 Bast State Kcv Dr OEC McCabe more familisrly known M 'Chaplain McCabe who travel" from one end of tho land to the other in the Interest of missions, writee to Mr Shoppell, the Architect as follows 'Ton are filling tbe land with beautiful homea I soo them Your plans are all yon claim for them The cheapest houses may be beauti- fully aud tastefully built Hundreds of similar letters tt Mr Shoppell's office. ABOVE I) R. EDWIN FISCHER, Cure 11 you np jonr to buy Hood's" do no: be Induced to take any other. A Boston lady, whose emmple Is wutihy imitation, tells bar experience below In one store where-1! went to buj Hood's SarsapvUla the clerk tried to Induce me boy hetoldmetbelr's would longer; that I take it on ten 10 days' trial; that U I did not like It I need not pay unjUiii.g, But he eoiU M prevail on me to change. I told him I bad token Hood's Barsaparilla, knew what it irxi, was satisfied with It, and did not want other, wnen I began taking Hood's Sarsaparllla I Hit feeling real miserable with dyiptfjiia, M that at times I could hardly Hood's Itwrt I looked llkn t person In comurap- Hon. Hood's BarsipirllH did mo much good that I wonder it myself sometimes, iff-, ItTTi A GOFF, f) ffrnoo Street, Boston. Presents in the mo1 THE i AXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JL FIGS CF CALIFORNIA, Combined with fhe nitdicmal virtues of plants knew n to be most beneficial to the human system, forming an agreeible and effective laxative to pei ina- nently cure Habitual Consti- pation, and the utam ills de- pending on a weak or inactive :ondition of the KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS. ft is tl most ftxcellent remedy known to "i PAUSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY When one is Bilious or Constipated ao THAT- PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP, and NATURA' Y f OILOW Every one is usingjt and all are delighted with it ASK YOUR ORUOaiBT FOR Formerly Demonstrator of Operative Den- tlslij Ht Penna College of Dental Surgery, I hlladelphla. Best equipped Dental Office In tbe State Crown and Bridge Work Artificial Teeth ou ALUMINUM con Inooni gum BriJge work Alumlnnm at greatly reduced prices Teeth Extracted Successfully Without pain and without the use of gas, etner, culoiulorm etc Removed to 216 EAST STA'fU Next door to Library Hull and Post omne I C 1 IXJ SPECIAL DISPBN8BB OF KRKK. Hergner lingers PREMIUM mm. Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars A, 108 AND 110 NOETE BBOAD STEEET Ojr> OPPO'llE CITY HALL ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. FRtNCISOO, CM Kt YOPf I V- K not noi rare as Twenty oiuerlenoe. The ri.it, the nunt sknifal componnAing. M OF BON (WEI, for Ooldt, Croup and "FEVKK AND AGUB AMI) VAIlARIA t pKhUVlAN BAEK the Twenty-one TlHFM Out your Sprin rG f Aco lags IOO Doses Dollar The People'! Bolldlng, Lou aid Savings Atigclailon of Treitoi.. (BOAR" OF TRADE BUIT.TIIRO March snb- dirlbed tot. Offlcvra Edwin Fitzgeofije, A A Bklriu, 1st Vice Pres F C Hill, Sd Vice Pres, Locke, Treau, B. W Moore, Sec; B B Hntchlnson, Att'y Directors G Moore, V. E Oeoi-ge W Weber, Frederick B Yard, Fred Hananer OWN A HOME I when yon can get money to bny, or brilW a bonne for lew 3% per cent, and pay It book monthly the sameuyoo now pay rent t Also those wlihlng to Invest from II to HOD per month will find this Association has thebmt known plan Sharw ft month mature In five yean Motored value 1100 No back dues Jnlrt at any time Interert 19 percent, per yeSr. For printed matter giving full In- npon or addfWI E. W MOORE, Secretary Space Ho, 8, Board of Trade 180 State street, Trentuu, N. J C. r. MERCHANI No 0 South Ssrond Tskrs plvnre In infounlng many patrons that hr> him aeunred 'aihl qnvku at 9 SOUTH WARHKNT Bldicii.1, nxtond SOOT tnfl hw on hand line of mltabte fcr and t of kinds. 'C, P. BARWT8, f O r Ol if WABBKr) fijTmilfr, Forvacrtj of 180 Korth Greene Bbrtt T. 3 BEAD BELOW The above pottage contains nine rooms, and coats to build to according to finish Large view of it floor plans, full description, dimensions, estimates, etc, are found in the Porfolio of Houses See below Mr Shoppell has a full liat of Clwuifled Designs (estimates most help nl aids ever devised for the intending builder Every design is beantifally printed on plate paper (srze of page lOJxH with fnll descriptions, floor plans, dlmenaioni. estimates etc Each set or class" is inclosed in a handsome cloth Portfolio, as follows Portfolio of H 000 Housei, 30 deslgui, Price ft 6000 SO "2 of 81 Houses io deslgni '1500 2000 2500 W TOW) 32 3500 Price 82 2 2 2 a ooo 28 "3 22 "2 21 "2 stables ID a first Portfolio contains that cost as low as J500 8800 J700 and 8800 Any 3 of the above Portfolios for any 7 for tbe complete set (12) for Pamphlet of specimen pages, 5Cc large bound volume, containing over 200 selected the Portfolios of various costs, returnable if not satlnfacturj. Address B W SHOPPELL, Architect, 63 Broadway, New Tork. Mention this paper I IAIN'I We control the Parasol trade of Trenton, and we fnlly guarantee that onr Parasols and Umbrellas ore made of the very boat material obtainable, and also of tbe finest workniannhlp. All of onr goods at pilcea Which cannot be beaten in the large cities nor any whe-e elae. Also opened a beautiful stock of fine Kid Gloves in all shades and iriws, warranted for their durability, to [ether with a fall line of Bilk and Lisle Oluvee Hltts, Children's Lace Caps, Cor eetl, Fine Hosleij, Under Garments, Laces d T Goods, Tidies, Notions, etc, etc OF If KNrOH An ordinance to authorize tbe construction of a sewer (No 18) in East Hanover street, and to provide for the payment of the cost thereof. Notice hw been duly given of intention of Common Council of tbe city of Trenton to cause the s wer hereinafter de- aciibed to be constructed, therefore, Ihe of the dty of Trenton do ordain: Section 1 That there sha'l bo conit noted in the city of Trenton, nnder and pnnnant to the provisions of the act of the Legislature of New Jersey entitled "An act to anthorize cities to conitrnct sewers and drains and to provide for the payment of the cost approved March 8th, 1882, and the MTeral supplements thereto, a lateral sewer (No. beginning af a point in Hanover street opposite be line between tbe "National Ho- telproperty" and "Dolton's and run- ning thence through East Hanover ntreet, a distance of about one hundred and eighty feet, Greene Flreet, and there to connect with the Green street sewer Sue. 2. That laid ecwcr shall be construc- ted in accordance nlth the general plan and of sewerage adopted by ordinance ON i JAY HAS iiKCOMK KNOWN HKJKK AS SIT.K DAY, ANii IN ACCOKMANCrc WITH OUK CUS'lOM WK ANNOUNCE SKVKKAT- IMfOKTANT ATTRACTIONS. Ihe fabrics presented for consideration have been gleaned, under the most favorable price-circumstances, from the best marts ot the world. Ihey are staunch and worthy advocates of our low-price and high-quality principle, and represent values that cannot be found elsewhere. April loth, 1886, with i terra OAtta r ipe of shout eight inches dl meter, to be laid with the flushing basins, man- holes and branches for house connections See. 3, That to provide for the payment of the costs and expenses of constructing said sewer, improvement coHiflcatei and bonds be issued, provided for by the city ordinance entitled "An ordinance to provide means for the payment of the coots and ei- penwt of oonotruoting sewers and dralm in this pawtd 20th, 1888 P- J Common Council April 16th, 1890. F.C.OVEBTON, Jwo. C. Clly Clerk. Approved April 19th, 1890 A, A BK1RM, THETlilMliA80M OF GUINEi'S BLACK SILK AT 03c. a Yard Ought to find buyers to day, espe- cially as the regular price elsewhere IB The name Galnet is synonymous of every excellence known to the silk world, and those Who want silk" cannot go wrong In (electing the weavlngs of this famous maker. WHIi'R CHINA SIT.K Having obtained a very rare bargain from One of the prominent importing houses of thli country, we make such piie-sas have never boon (eon before. DRESS LENGlHS Of 16i to 19 yards shall go to-day, and to- flay only, for _ f Each. U his price barely represents the cost of im- portation PRINTED SILKS In odd lots, are worthy the attention of prudent buyer, because the price to- dftv ls ranch below what it ahoald be, 25o. a Yard t Yes, that's the figure, and if yon desire a goodly atwrluitut from which to ae lections, be here bright >nd sa'ly. A NRW ARRIVAL In the Silk Department last week created a flatter of excitement became of Its wtnaoma SURAH I5c. yd. PRNANG ZEPHYR 't a consp'taous amoug the Cot- on Goods for Bummer wear. Being ightly wuvnn, and elegant in color bind- ings, it is destined to mi, which It closely' resemblw 82 Inches Wide, 2Bc. a yard. A Beach Kobe of this beautiful m.W, with paruol and jannij cap to FIi' Quality and luw price made subsonlemt to the m-Ws there shonld b J no hesitancy In having dn til niAj-ntde. Our hive aecompli'hed that feat and here is the ti.clt Suits, to T5 dap and Moh-'i, to E.ery wit thoiaogh, work and we. SILK GRENADINES Of ittillng   to the nnifui1" price of AbiOlntely tllk, rt and only a Hmltad GKKAT i BARGAIN A manifaotarer desired money mnnh moie hla goods, cofuwquently 111- nppwranoe. "LACK It here in all Its gloiy. 88 Inches Wide only OOc. a Sr-d. we doubt veo maeb. whether It be matched where for a J. 1 10, U 14-bntton lengths aetn-lly worth 16, 18 nn1 button which have regularly 8H, are on (xtf this mnr- Suede Kid, in desirahli 1'MOIHH, .fc'.A..   

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Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

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Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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