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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               YOU VIII. KO. I'KKNTOX, MONDAY AFTKKNOON, Ji LY 21. 1890. TWO CKNT8 A FATHER'S HEROISM. He Gave His Life to Preseive His Children HURLLI) FHOH HULKOAD 1IUCK TUjjma" Farqulmr Heat-tied little froiu In Front of a Iiuximotlve. ImtJViy! Hliiiwlf dronnrt to Death Beneath the Cruel Wheels, JEH8K} Crj July-jl 'IhomasFarquhir was killed Saturd t) ufUruooa ou the New railroad afWr he had saved the lives of his three children The accident occurred near the West Bergen station of the ruilriuul in the suburbs of Jersey City Mr tarquhar w ho had bocu the day his children crab- bing In the Hatktusack river was Instant- ly killed an i beyond recognition JThe children were thrown down an em- bankment by the father and escaped with several small "bruises each After the last ono a little girl 0 years old had been placed -uiitufilrtnKt-r- cape but was too late 1 he cow catcher of of the locoinutitu struck him antl thrift him up in the air He was dead before the .rain could be stopped A bright Home Denotata Mr Farqubar lived with his wife and four little children in a small cottage at No 15 ale menut Jerst) City He was ns In Hei par kpr in fhp dry [mods store of Sweetser Pembrook Co at No 314 Broadway New "i ork A acation had been, given Jurn by the fiiuiA week ago, and aiace thtn he has spent a great deal of time on the river with his wife and little girls During the warm weather he would either take them crabbing or rowing com Ing home late rn the afternoon Mr Farquhar lauded on the side of the river opposite hit cottage To reach the cottage he was coinpf Hid to cross the New- ark and New ork railroad bridge which spans the rner at that point He took the chydren out of the boat and the party in a jolty mood started the bridge The West Bergen side of the structure had been safely reached and Mr Farqubar was .and go down on the sidewalk when the tram for Newark It Wai a Fatal Pause. The children stopped to look at the tram, and BO engrossed were the) that the express tram from New York approaching on the other track was not noticed The noise made by the other tram drowned the sound of the approaching engine a whistle, -and -Mr did neo it wu within fifteen yards of whcie the pail; At the point where the bridge begmn the slopes down about twelve feet to the level ground There was only one chance to save hta children from, In- atout ilnjith, and even that was a small And desperate one This only chance was to throw the children down thppmhankmpnt- They might sustain the fracture of a limb, but that could not then be helped. Bin Life for His Children Throwing away the basket of crabs he leaped foi ward and seized the two "young Wfelrtldreu, nho otuod rooted to the upot with fright He pitched them over the embankment and they rolled down in safe- ty to the sidewalk below He turned and ptaked up fhe other girl and thiev? the ear two just_as the iron cow- catcher struck him and threw him up in the air He fell back under the wheels and was instantly killed Engineer who was on the ex prww engine had blown his whistle and rung the bell to attract the attention of Mr Farrjnhrir and the children but M they did not leave the track he shutdown the airbrakes and whistled for the brake- men to apply the outside one? It was too late. The tram slipped along the rails with great velocity and in a minute after the party had been sighted Mr Farquhai had proved his heroism and lay dead under the wheels of the bagtrcge ear The Children Slightly Injured. The tram stopped ten yards beyodd the spot where the accident happened, and En gineer Kennedy, followed by all of the train hands And most of the pa-wengers, flocked around the body Gentle hands took it up and carried it to one of the rear cars of the tram and placed It on board Several passengers went down the em- bankment to v, here the children Rat, cry- Ing fn u. thcif brunea Tkcy did not tin derstand what had happened Beyond a wpBiradjarnUinfrdawii the__ steep incline, they were uninjured, but presented a pitiable sight, covered with They were taken on board a passen- ger coach and f he tram put back to West Bergen, where the body was placed in the Waiting roonr ttfjd the children left in charge of the attaches Against Original Package Houses CHAMBEHLAIV, S D July 21 Hsnlsy, of this district, has sustained his temporary injunction closing the original package houses in thi? city The grounds (riven for thp are that the act admitting South Dakota to statehood authorized the enactment of the prohlbi tion clause m the state constitution Such enabling act hav mg bocn passed by con- subsequent to the passage of the m commerce law the prohibition law has received the sanction of congress eupremp court decision does not to South Dikoia Tim bungs up a uew quesTlon, which will he cairlcdup, and which, if sustained, will be of great importance to all of the new states which have adopted prohibition Atl.inH.. jCUy it Myitory grind ATLANTIC Cm N I July "1 the pOBt-rnorUm examination on rhe body ol Joseph McLaujihlin, of Philadelphia, who died in his room m-A here noon lifter he had been struck by a strange man, it was found that there WHS a big clot of hlnorl mirth" ui Vint Mm ilr 4.11 IHIWUCII Absolutely Pure. A of baling powder. Hlgl I t of fn lowering U. 8. QOT WhnM t alUicnuu rmii) uruiie I Me MILS bin 1 t j b L bet n 1 it whilu ut r fen ii g in H Iinl t f el ecu a imn and No airt-sts have bcoj ma le Two rs ut I N "i July ,'1 ibel (li I last fruni iht i lit ts of a n tht he i 1 a bilUttnl UP in the iauetb of a PolibhJivv a light Kdu in! Shaulcj w ib Btubbed n the neck ditrtttg H fiM1' roiuiiquoit buj last Neither of he murderers has been (aptuitd riUef tlerk Uahtt i kw WASHINGTON Julj Jl a! leek er chiof clerk uf tht bureau f n u luatioii y dbpartint nt lie 1 ut h 1 n ht i 5r> Mr Ud cker t i 1 1 t u of fir f tu ,nd hlle 1 the pobiti MI I i hi Id it tl t 11 nt; i death fur more thuu tvsentv d.rs ALMOST A RIOT Sun-lky Bull I'UylTit; Under Dtmoultles Hot li enter n _N Jul> 21 Nearly people giktbucud st Windsor Bciuh ball rounds bundsy to soc the lumbus game At tbt eud of tbe second mnmg a proteHslou of twehe men, headed by JuiUte COJT of Iht tow u [ilexl slowly across tbe KTten sward and tbe spokesman commanded tbat tbe game ceafle In the name of the people of the town and of the state No warrants were pro- duced and tlu Rochester management in quired the source of tbe peoples power A controversj arose and as if b> magic tbe diamond Has filled with pi jph Several of the IrondequolUrs w tre jin tty roughly handled Ijj Uib meji vvlio Hum t intend tbat the sbuuld bt mtertupV od and blows were frequcntlj fcchanged n the JUUrrCiit of rbe tation of Iroudequoiters (onsintedto de part and the) were tled oufTunder the graud st mil I be tw j nines after the game rtpairtd to lustice oj b ollice where thej were form ill} ar rested arid relpa-sed on bail to await tlie action of the grand jury The H AlUered Seized lull -1 I mud states Marshal trowlej has seued barrels of oil that formed a part of tbe ill fated and caused tbe disas- trous exnlosion.1 Ihe seizure was made Urn I I ruled tatutes which i IPS ijaemtlty nf a fine of FJ (XX) or imprisonment fortighteen months for shipping rmhptha or any other hlghl} combustible materul without each package being di tinctl) marked as to its contents Thefollowmct-eleKrim w isstnt the officers of the Oenesee Oil in> at Buffalo The coroner s jurj n jiiest that you appear before them in Chicago day July-M tw KI-VC t-eslmiwiry at in on the vitiitnH suismer Tioga explosion Britain Will Stand Urm WlSMPIG Man Jul) Jl Slaulej Hil) P who was out to look into the Hthring sea question has arrived here after making investigations m British Columbia and He was interviewed here and As to the seal disputes I have made very extensive inquiries into the difficulty and have found that Amer lean sealers are entirely m the wrong, that they are fishing within prohibited limits the Americana ate also taking .Cana- dian boats on their own ground Ihe matter will be settled b} arbitration, but Urcat Britain will take a firm stand and that Camda has her rights An Allertifny Altornf-v'n PlTTMiUitj Julv J Kirsch ner a well known attorne) living in legheii} commlttei stmide Sund 1} by shooting himself through t1 e lit irt Mr tvjrsthner was from an attack jf typhoid fever and this it is thought, together with grier overavounper liroth er s death from the same divise two mouthu cTiiswl Inm to biconie tempo- rarily insane He leaves a widow and two children A Cyclone In lowtu CoisciL BLLFFS la' Jul} Jl cyclone visited Paeiflc Juuction a small town nine teen miles south ol this clt} at an early hour doing consider ible damage to prop- ert} grocerv stor" and feed store were demolished and a passenger coaeli on the Ghk-iigo, Burlington and Quincv road was blown from the track A conductor who was sleeping in the coach was fatally in jured Keyport to Have s Special Election. KPYIXIIIT N 1 31 A special elec- tion will be hill here on July 29 when there will bt vote 1 upon a resolution em powtrTnlftTie inl (if UJWralssfoiiBrii to raise b} special tix the sum of fttX) to be expended for experiment il purposes, in )rder to ascertain whether or not a smt- ible water supply can be secured for the use of the people of tbe town A Warrant for "Tlie Marltie isco, Jul} _'l A warrant is out for the arrest -ol La Blanche the for complieit} in the mentfraud by which the backer of Furlong the foot racer was swindled It is thought La is in hu ago and lhat he will not come back as his saloon license expires in a few days and there is no outlqpk for slugging here eouBlUIn Fretting Hlm.elf to Denth CHU AGO, July 21 Warden Mer rill, of the penitentiary at Joliet, says that Dan Loughlm is the only one of thuCroam murJen rs upon whom confinement seems to risHieai44y, -Hu K fret'lng. JiimsEl It ith He is hut a shadow of his former elf and if a new trial is not granted him before long there will be a funeral or a oufession A in Trouble- N S Tul) S San lers, a teller of the B ink of Scotia, it Woodstock, N B has been arrested i w ith-having absti tcred from- the imds of thebanlca paicel containing Xk. Sanders who is but 21 }ears old IB c to had accompllci s in the r me A Washington Filltor Dead WASHINOTON July Thomas C Morrow for a number of years editor anc proprntorof Thj Sunday died al bis residence in this citv Sunday of in fiammation of the bowtls L.ol Morrow was born in C) RIVIII ago He through tin w ir as sar geant und litutenant and nfttrw ird in the cavalr} service on the frontitr against the Indians Oimiui nifrtia IxiNt 40O Men C Aim) Ttih is n ported that Os man a and his foil rs IWM ro tiiriHiltt lokur Inning lost 401) nun by famuli ai tilths ami li nt, fillliilint Inlllrt; tnahaildnn tbtn rebel I i I-M xpi 111] in Thousands have been relieved of indices tton and lorn of appetite by a single bottle of Ajfr'B HBNPtporllla. The use of this medl- orne, by jiving tone and strength to the as- organs, has made tnnumorable cares of chronic dyipepila. Price SI Worth loabottlo. GU AI EM ALA WAS ROUTED And the San Salvadonans Capt- ured Her Artillery. A Bin LI IN CFM'KUi AMERICA. ttmn tht- Hiu Mr and O Brltm i man OflUeri 8 letltiuii Uejtnttd CliY (H- Mi-uiu Jul> 2} ha3 reached here that thu belligerent republics, bail Saltadot aiH On itenml i which have been at tmorel H points for some tune past, ve filially faced each other in battle arraj Particulars of the engagement are meaner but the report states that the Guatemalan w ere defeated with y leasts Hnd en from the field Their Artillery Captured lUe victorious huii balvadonaiis swept everything before them and captured the artillery of their foes A Fuller Account. YOPH 21 Herald'a nona- spoudent m the Citj of Mexico sends the follow mg to that journal The long threat- ened war baft broken out between Guate- mala and Sj.h idor at cording to official acbices by the new confidential ageiit of the provisional government of Sau Salvador Senor Geronimo Pou who has armed her from San Salvador It be- gan the usual lormallileaof a dec. laratiou of w ar aud for his country Senor Pou claims the first victory vvimi fctiior 1 otT Saya, "Before I lefrsan Sihador said Senor Pou, war thieateiied with Guatemala, and that it has come as soon as it has should not be, a surprise to any one who nndfpstHr (k_thp political RltUfttlonof ihe two republics Sail Salvador has stood upon the defensive Guatemala has chosen to interfere m our domestic politics by trying to put into power a president not our cm n frt e choir, e We sent forces to the frontier to repel auj attempted invasion of SanXihador, awl it appears bj m> tele- grams that they were needed there "Ou thcr-Otlr lust we had well equipped the Rio Pa7 but I be- lieve tnere are now full} 16 000 along the frontier I understand that the Guatemala forces number JO 000 AD Official Account of the Fight. Pou then laid before me from Gen hzeta which in substance are as follow s IN i ut Julj few ttbdeT eomraamr f Gen SaKad jran term ry near Lleoro todaj and were by us Tbe enemy QOOO strong, yesterday invaded Ran Salvador Our forces bravely re- pulwd ca iMDg their complete rout Many pieces of artillery quantities of mnnii Uuu huiitlredt, or stacks of arms were capt- ured b> us I have girpn onium to advance into Guatemala Senor Pou sajs that Gen Villavicencio was bom in San Salvador but his services have been purchased by Guatemala for The Sahadoran army IB armed with Remington rifles, machine and mountain batteries, and is generally well equipped with plenty of money The Sal- vadoran forces are inferior m numbers to those of Guatemala, but Seuor Pon saya that he haa .received advices that disaffec- tion has occurred m the army of Guate- mala and two battalions tave refused to proceed to the frontier, which, he thinks, will the effect of equalizing matters. Senor Pou Nicaragua and Costa Rica will become the allies of San Salvador from the fact that should San Sahador be worsted tynrftd be ftHDOScJ to Guat mala and both the countries above named would be at the mercy of the conqueror Senor Pou received a telegram from Gen Fzeta stating that an alliance had been formed between Guatemala and Honduras, tliat they had declared war against San Sahador Gen Fzeta wires that he has invaded Guatemala and is maching toward the Guatemala capital, opening everywhere a victorious road to it There IB not nor has there been, anarchy in San Salvador said Senor Pou It is thor oughlv, understood by our people that Gen is onh our provisional president and that he w ill not attempt to force him- self upon the republic Can didates are active throughout the country for the position, out il is a good naturec contest "The republic, within Itself, is at entire all the false news paper articles to the contrary is a president of our owu choice, ant! do not propose that an outside power shall interfere in our national affaire Will Guatemala Win? Tt lathe peneral opinion there be war between Guatemala and San Salvador the first named country will be victorious owing to its superior forces Minister DiegUP? emphatically denies that there has It en any dissatisfaction In the army of Guatt mala Released by tbe Bandits. COSSTANTINOPI F July 21 Gerso the chief engineer, and Herr MejoT, the local superintendent of the Ismidt anei Angora rulrwd who were recently capt ured near Ismidt b) brigands and held for_a ransom have been, relpased capture uas made the subject of a note ftddresspd by the ambassadors of Ger many and Austria to Ine porte The tioTe declared that such outrages were of to frequent occurrence m Turkish and insisted that more efficacious nieas urea be taken by the Ottoman government to protect foreigners engaged mUevelop ing Turkish resources Mr anil Mrs O Brlen Entertained LONDON, TuTy 21 Charles E Schwann, Liberal member of parliament for North Manchester, entertained Mr William O'Brwnftnd his bride ntc Raffalo vitth Among tlie guests who w ere as aemblfd to meet Mr and Mrs O'Brlei were Mr and Mrs Gladstone, Right Hon. and Mrs Shaw Lefevre, Mr John Dilloi and Right Hnn Hugh (Mulders, togethei with a number of other scarcely less dis tingmshed men Warned Catholics tn Avoid It Dtini IN July a discourse- at the Armagh cathedral Rev Dr Macn  l s ttei will Uke uj) llu tarill Mil ill k Before it it w ill disp s f I I n li ui appropri iTHni iH w h-it ii 11 itn 1-1 of tl H appropnuti n I tlU but 1 il that this bill can be put thi lit SLII ite iu a and thn muk.i si h. h th it the tantf bill bw- UUn Ihe-rettdiitK tbf 1 ill, it u i 1 ujMm wilUoiisunit the utr na i n general UbtilL by eh ih IILJJ.I ilie, DemueiitK s 1 ol tin sen i that is 1 I) 111 i it-> bavi ut 1 1 iu speet lit 1 ii t IL on the I h le ihe Ucptil h ins j n )se as f u i il le t con line tli r muiiUalutte inn n is During the ueek the nn iu n n ttfL take un U i ouhidtr Hioii r tl I i f used aim mill t nty to tht t 1ml will likeH up rt upon them Inn mi intuue Htpuhl i ins ina> call an i meiis onsitltr tht proposition l 1 the rules so as to peimii the fed il t lection bill to bt tak( n tip The Republic in members f the coin inittee on and i us had the bill under tunsiderLii i during the past week but h made I 11 j with it Ihe iiijtuayerp of tl  u on it audabouhl tKd-v Mieceed IP uut their plan the national bnnknptrv bill will be Ukcn up and d until In ti u vote, will be t iki n ac to tlie urder of the con u uttt, ou rules Ihe appropriations coimi ittte in tends to dispose uf the confciei t rnpi rt nn the Dintri t it Columbia uj j jrution bill at tlu Jn t i pt rtumtN an 1 en to c ill up ihe report 1 h us la> It thit the bill will strmg.y und this i it the elections committee bringing 11; itht r the case nf I n ug Pii it t f nr thf Fourth district or il IM uf Milhr A st 1" ifT from entlt South C ar ma district 1 he L i t t hal merb Hgainit M rg in from M i] pi is also f r aeti >n but as tl t 1 tions lit- nil 11 fit tht nj, member Mi M jrgan, it can be disp sed of in a feu li u- Orlfrinal I1 loqneni UN Jl Hi li ise re surned ttie n-i h rati in of u LM 1 iek age hill Mi U hi bach (N I s ud thit Jjie uf tin urt b i it i It n 1 h uT T n t itlaT >i i jf mi t mi u 1 1 1 i Ud prohibition 1 In re w one 11 n iu Inch the pt ople of Kans u i If wd could t r d of the oriiiind.1 i i k irtt -stores and that i-. n t t i! in I et the oplf d tl U if the set tim of the communiM ii utist tin- t res md it would n )t bt i k bef ire tl -1) i ters I HT I'll TJftTilf Ci i Mr -hi-ew rt-it t t i  from his mother Hi 1 creditor con H nets the Orr Fair drj m Isew ind who ol t uned a judgment of about 000 one of the two judgments on whit.li the c std It jctnif; that the other creditor- utrt slow in secur ing judgments ana th it I quick work ou the part of the Orr tonefrn their chances of securing their shirt, f ilie assets seem to be dubious It appt u -1 hat the Orr Ir air companj bad just I %4 000 worth of goods Hallenbake in t f which rem un unsold On saturd i) nuht the Isew firm replevmpd kfods from the sheriff s possession lliii leave the jui ment still good on the i inamder of the yiopcrty nnd us n ttwml TTO also filed on in f illiam t Servis little is like h t run un for the local creditors Sbme of the litter charge that the whole affair is a j 1 put up_b> the New York firm and tl H is talk of suits being "bronchi it i -tceuictlu prop- erty Hallenbtke 1 rmerlj engaged in the dr> goods busine n Brooklyn Mill Knn TgiUn f Nt-w YORK Julj 21 11 e Press' Wash ington correspondent tt 1 i iphs that in an interview Lnittdblites MirshalRanslcll expressed the opinion 11 President II ir rison fe a candid itt fur i election and ii tendered a nominal] >n w ill accept ihe story publisher! sum unit ago to the tf feet that the presi lent i tt tided to ictnt to private life at the ntluslon of the present term was un nithurizcd Marshal Ransdell sajs Otht i> who enjoy the president scunfiJtntf tl> that it is not necesM irj fin Mr Harriett! to -openly ftimnnuce luniMlt u candid for renommation A su e ml admmistra tion ffnd prosperity in th t mntry are tht two most pott nt uitln i they uige determine whether  llett r f MI tl m mni -iriti r loemU r f llu. ii in f I i I i i A. Vustin t li ktrs h M i 1 i iu 1 V r luti n is i i rt 1 in (la Bui u in u 1 a it is i u I th it a M nt nil 1 ur t ui u u in rt s It tht i fi in t x clt n nt runs i i in t ir pean capital- h las US Hi a 1 u u til It Uian Ix lit t it 1 iu m the t iis i L r at H tii i N 1 t fi m shoiu tu -.h but 1) init t aisle 1 in mil .tit tin LU 1 is 1 ou IH il II niislUn r ant 1 emplujel ut In stibles on pjtst Kiniuv Ntu nk N J t jiiinnttiMl suicide h himaclf He had beeu drink fu h Krrhrml I) I) a noted Meth u 1 1 ind t litor of Iht I hnstiau died at CincinnatiL Julj A) Oliui V 1 uj lor n well u piper iiiiiii is f un 1 dead in his room Simdij at I i- The cause of his death w as art r I c t f UK rphtne, which Mr Tit) lor to >k to bodil) pain DR MALLEY S TRAGIC END The Alleged Slajt i Cramer Klll.d in ,1 i K Juh s[ Lial dispatch received in tins announces tbe death n LU Colo f G Mallev f tint citj ndmg a hor-te (tin 11> 1 L is thrrnui and In itanth kilh 1 Dr M illev was uue of the broth t rs wh charged with the murder of Jciunt (rimer the handsome young ui uh enti cltoSavm Rock, nttn H t nn awomau named Blincli I) i--- of New York and found dead on tht bt at h The 1 U dttr and Ldward then resided in HIMII an 1 ar rested on suspicion of They had been Hi t, )inpnuy with Miss Cramer pnor to her de ith but there was no evidence that ninulted or were panics i i tht iiflrdcr and they were not comicitd less public opinion conde nmed the in and thej sold out their property in jiud away Sirs 1 unil the Marquis NEW K fuh Jl Frank Lesll from-kwopt vesttnliv aftwnoon on the Anchor line ste unship City of Rome Mrs Lcsho looked well indeed "When asked about her rep >rtt d "engagement with the Marquisde Leuville shrngged HM shoulders lo tked nine jc 1 and fin illj imH 'I have not been in irncd and further more, I am not going to marry the mar- quis I am Mrs 1 still and I hope to remain so Book ind Job Printing done at abort at the TBKHTOH TIMBB nfflm in tlie elegant form THE i AAAHVE AND NUIHI i iOu8 juiCe OF THR FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Combined with the medicinal _ of plants known to be most beneficial to fhe human system foiuiing an agreeable and effectne laxative to peima- nently cure Habitual Consti- pation, and the many ills de- pending on a weak or inactive Condition of ttte KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS. It is tl mo'.tcxrpllpntjrcmedy knawjLtO "LEWSE THE SYSTEM When ooe is B hous or Coastipated tn THAT PURE BLOOD, H1NO HEALTH and STRENOTH NATURALLY FOLLOW Ever> one is using it and all are delighted it ASK YOUH DRUGGIST FOR MANUFACTURED ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, _ KY HCW YORK N V. latest Novelties IN LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S Stylish Parasols At almost First Cost Prices, along with a new'arrival of all styles Sun Umbrellas foF ihe hot weather, one of which Sun Umbrel las every lady should have Also a new arrival of new Embroideries and Flouncinps of the very finest material and workmanship at auch prices as are below anything ever hoard of Again, W6 have received another big lot of those beautiful Children's Hats and Caps, for the sale of which wo have euch a wide reputation as thit Go to WalllV for a Child H Hat and it will look twice as handsome Again jost on ao count of thti stylish hat! Just received three cases mpre of our famous Fast olor fi osiery and many Nov eltlos for the vacation time i .1 i r1, OPPOHTE CITY HALL N B Our goods are positively warranted Tory belt. MADE BY SPECIAL PROCESS-THE BEST. !l Cocoa is of bupn tut. as an article ot diet Van II uiUn s h is p nt nun tl sh f tminij jn ptr ties than exist in tht best of other cucuas "BEST A GOES FARTHEST.'1 1 he tissue 1 tin c i D i in is so softene 1 is t i jl it of dijjisti n and at tht, same time the ai in i 'I highh dutlopul SI 0( n Mr 1 ujed the original u itttm (I untl niude la Holland ai J s t U> that no t we a ciualath a (r t i solubility lo taste a 1 u o j a ties ftilo u the world Aak fur AV UuLltv Hand take no I r 0 Umbrella Rtnporium mu.nn' _Oelebrated Spring SLyles now on Hale IIMll'.R, Ifi Wast Rtate IIAn -jiiis MAN Bonght hu of AMFRICAM CLOTHING AND TAILOHING 00., wonld not cartd how mncli wind whittled thiongh hit cntt W. u, cloth..8 BOT. Cbildrta with t BE8I TAIIOR-MAnF CLOTHING At mnch 1 tk.n Philadelphia Our Itkdtn SAMPLE OVf RCOAT8 for worth (13, J14, our HAMrft F BC1T8, for ud Ovwcwta. CLOTHING MADE TO ORHFR. u bwt hooM m iht with, nght along M tl A ivl n 11 i c j ho. 8 (lor. warrni 8t I'KINTTNG DONE IN FIRST-CLASS MANNER, AND AT SHOUT NOTICE AND FAIR PRICES. AT THt '1'rcnton 'limes J O I? 1 Minting i Department WASHINGTON MARKET BUILDING, Corner of Front and South Kroad Streets I The largest variety of mjPEKKINF PRFAM PHOLOT Inhptln flnpfit made In the U a will be found at T.O CAMRKA'S Fine CuiifcCtroncry Store, TRENTOV N J Fancy FrultH Ice ronm Soda Utittr Ice CreHin SodaK Milk Blnikes Idnoniit to (uid_the hetj ihut tan b( Imd and made 1 bese art tticts I'ricts convent entloraU OF TRENTON An ordlnanco for tho paving of Clinton fYom tho aoutborty lino of Hami tott ayenciB to thn huf of Dye Btieot, with granite blocks WhoreasT There -hna boon prostnted te the Common ounul a petition sigmd by the owners of m tro than one in running feet of lo B fronting or bnr np n thnt section of Itnton avenue hort-iitafttr do scribed, for the paving thereof with gra lie blocks The Inhabitans of tho tityof Trenton do ordam Section 1 That Clinton avonuo from the poutherly lino of HRiuiUon avenuo to the northerly lino of Dyustimt bu paved with granite Sec 2 That the whole of sitd work shHll be done under tho of tho Street Committee of Common (ouiu il mid the Stroot f Sec 3 That tho oxponso of HO muc li f i id pavement HS shall bo laid on that pirtof said street as is tho frftiton Horse Railroad ompai y with th< ir railroad tracts i not tho part h< twoon thoir tracks and for a dig antt of throo fin t on either snlo of tho samo nhail be li rno and p-od by the stiid 1 ro tton Horse Railroad nnd tho pxpoi so of th  and with a t rra cot'a pipe of aboutten inchtt insult d ninottr on Ruthtrford avenao, and witii a tt t ta pipe of about fiftro i UK h nisi 11 d nine ter on Marion street to be laid with tho necessary flushing basins man h Its and for house connp< 8 c 3 That to provide for the javrmnt of tho costs and expenses of to said spwer improvement (trtili arts and hot ds shall be issued as pr f n the city ordinance entitled r 1 r itn to provide means for the pfvum nt of )tts and expenses of otnstrm tnu st and drains in this city passed Mar h 2fth 1SSS Passed Common Con mil Inly 11 GEO K Attest President JNO C OWKNS City lerk Approved Jaly 16th, 1890 A A 8KIRM Mayor [Adv'Rfow 7 17 St RFAD THE TIMES   

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