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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               treition titled. VOU VIII. NO. I'RKNTON, TUKSDAY AKTKRNOON, JULY 2J. 1890. TWO DULUTH'S BIG REGAl FA. Gaudaur and M'Kay Win the Double Race MANY I VttOtS (HUSttLN CONTEST Hoimer and leemtr Wore Second, and Teu Fjck Third, and Hanlnn And Wise 1 mirth IIuiilibuiK Will Succeed Jersey Ity In tlit Atluutlo Association. Mum luh J-J I he first day of the great Dulnth Suj nor n Oatta has proved a success- and witnessed by thousands of peo- ple from all parts of the tountrj, who early -Ju the afteruoou began to move to the scene of the con tests uky and air and water more kindly disposed toward a great aquatic event There was ft slight rippta   ing them scv eral the turn and the fact that the Lur 4ines and the Duluths fouled the judges have decided that the race must be rowed over again The junior di lib e ruff grand fi7zleand was won by BIX boat lengths b y t h e M Catlm club of Chicago, the Minnesota representatives- being ht-cond The. Iqst Wf of the turn "was nt> race at all, as the Calling were ten lengths m the lead, pull Ing very little life while Wright, of the Minneaotas, was so tired that he could not feather Jus ears The Lurlmes stopped rowing three-eighths of a mile from the finish Cathus time 10m The Great Profenilonal Contest The great profession il double proved as gland a contest as Minnesota ever wit- nessed It was 4 iQ v. heu the four great profession il of the country got into position for the two mile struggle, in which the winning crew was to get SI 000, the second crew and the third Gaudaur and Mckiy were nearest the leemer and Hosmer next, Hanlan and Wise nev't, and Hainin and Ten Eyck It toeit some them to get a' proper start Teenier s crew, much to the amusement of the erevvd taking water five times in anticipition of the pistol shot When the shot wis finallj flred, all the crews dipped their oars in the water as if they were one mau In an instant the powerful stroke of Gaudaur and McKay told and they forged ahead of Teemer and Hosmer, now a quarter, now a half, and now a full length A fllost Exoiting Struggle From the start the wna mnqf exciting The followed one an other quite closely m their order from the shore Gauelaur and Me k'ay were pull ing 43 strokes to the minute Teemer and Hosmer, 36 Hanlan and WiseSti, Hamm and Ten live k 37 14ie first -mnHn by Gaudaur and McKay A second later Hosmer and leemer followed then Hamm n-nd Tea and finallj Han Ian and Wise On the hnmpgtwtfb boat -gotrinto Turner's water Half way to the- finiBh the press boat was passed, when Gaudaur and McKay led Hosmer and Teemer by three lengths The latter kept three fourths of a length ahead of Hamm and Ten Fj ck, who kept the same distance ahead of tlio ioronto crew Gaudaur's orew shot across tiie line amid screeching of whistles, about foui lengths ahead Hanlan OAI-B. The effort of the list tvv o crews to pasa Hosmer were uu luullng but weie almost crowned with success for there was only a quarter of a length betueen Teemer and Hamm, and also between Hamm and Han Ifln   Nfw YORK Inly M -The Atlantic rato -i i ir ri ,IH, ii" I I 1 I 1'UWHLH Absolutely Pure. A cream of tnttfr be) ing ponder. High t t of In Im-vening itumgth U. 8, OOT- IkbiMnt Bcport, Anvuit 17, ime. evening i ne lull IIIQ L! i a i HIL Btuted Btltim IL bv U f i i n iJuruit, Huittud piuxj I 111 tuk b S irult New Houi liuru ham, llumi0ton J i h Sunn us ml L. A Van IV imp Jr 1 P Sullivuu, aud s u pr Barnlo It was aim i te 1 th tl t he Krsty Cht) club hnd bien disbini it imd tin ip plitutlun for membership uf lac llama burg club was accepted It w ill take the pliicc of tho JwM.y ttj olub but s mie cl will have tu be in idc MI sched ule An a me dmtut to Hit L. institution was adopted providing th it w h ti tho regnlir umpire frits to uppi ir nml the captain of the club 1 ills tu n mie one before the game captain uf tlio home Uiim shall name thrive men from which uutuber the visitiu-, L q 11 n cm choose If he fails to th n tm (up tain of tho homo Uam tJi ul select oue of them IN LABORS FIELD Pittsburgh JJJg Htilke Setll.d Other In. ttrestiliu Industrial Pn iSBLKG Jul} 23 eouimitw of em- ployes, tha sinking pudcllars of Jones Laugh 1 in a American Iron works aud a committee of that him held a coiiLCTeuee which a special iurt.. "ienr was reached satisfactory to botn sides and" tho puddWra wU4 reUirtt- to work day Five hundred were effected tjy the strike NEW Pa July The black smiths, boilmmakers and helpers of J F Withcrow's uorkj loot uciimi; prc LDtod a demand for nine houra will quit work bdturday if the request js not grant- ed Ihtre are 190 n eu involved Julj cljak cutters have decided thdt thcv would gu tj at oncf Ihe contractors are w u irij, to see w hat be douy b} the cutter-, and opera tors ThTy will decide tod i> whctner they will itdiid- by the or eutterb Ihe aud have not jet been ablt to agree on jf a setLlerneut uf the strike BlMjH N he htj the) ClllUut pa} thO prices demanded by the strikers but are ready to gut employment to tlusewho will work at the old rates J he mum facturers have been guaranteed j i tecti m b> the police m case of any disturbance by the btrikers. iiosios Jul) Jj five cloakru ik era empJojed b> Da> i tl! ih m have Struek fui higher i tm Btnko prned persons ol Ihe _otnkers are members uf the unuii and claim th it smaller compensation ii m this shop than in an> other in Boston Li Mass Jul, Ihe of the colorers at Weber t> fuetorj has been ad justed Mr renewed his o tier of thirty seveu and one h cents per dozen aud U c uf _i_he men accepted the turns aud returned to work. NEWS IN BRIEF Fresh from Hie Wires Carefully Called The body of Miss Julia Butcher was found near Danburj Conn It is supposed was -hut mj on- velopes the affair The Buffalo Plavers League club will be reorganized Jack Roue will It deposed aw manager and plaj er it ib sai 1 Rev Iiovvlaud, pastor of flie KpiscopaT cfeurch m Passaic J been sued for divorce by his wife Anna C HowlanU Ihe corapl iint alleges cruelty Donovan, 12 jears of age, of 168 street, Brooklyn, fell from a hammock in the yard ana" dkd a few ram utes later from concussion of the brain and hhock b Senator Hale of indorses Mr Blame H views on the tmiff bill Ihe phvsiciaus attending Mr Stanley report that he has entirely recovered from hit recent Illness The secretary of the navy has designated C ipt Richard Meade to represent the navy department ou the board m ch irge of gov- ernment exhibits at the World s f ur Local Appraisers Organize M w Ihe local appraisers nf ttiP portt of the couutrj met nere in quarterlj session Representatives were present 33 follows Gen L A. of Boston W Jr of Philadelphia, C J Kursner, of Bilti'tiore R Is Pier- son, of Chicago U C Brace of Cleve- Und A S Badger, of :sew Orleans and Manuel C Cooper, of this city Ihe fol- Innmg officers were elected 'Mr Cooper, cliairman R M Pierson, vice president, Gen Dodge, recorder, and Mr Karsner, secretary I he day's session was consumed in the work of organization and n a discussion of the_scope ne brought before the body A Wilmington Sensttlon Del Jul} J" Democratic member of the city ounul from the Tenth ward, is publicly charged with two attempts at felonious as- ilt on a respectable young lady -of thia ntv Mr Spukej is a bottler of beer and soft drinks, and attempted the crime when Iphvenng bottled beer at her father's reat- luice Her familj demand tint he leave the or suffer the full extent of the law It was fuialjj_agreed to allow linn to re- main in the citj prowded that he resign Ins s( it in the council A member of the fim'ly holds Ins resignation to present to the council The affair has Created a sen- sition _ __ Ilrntiil Murder of a Nepro DEIAAAS. July Apauial from Pu is Tex to The Democr it Kivea in iiecuint of_a, biutal ot aiu groin the Red river country 4 party" of white men went to the house of An h a hard working and called him to the door When he made his appe nance a from Winchesters, shotguns and pistols was poured into him H( was shot in a places one bullet cutting his topgue in two He was alive last night hut lie cannot possibly live No rutson is known for the shooting except that IIP had luul a difficulty willi some vv Into 3 a short time ago The Harrinnns In the Surf CAPF MAI POINT, N J July 23 -Presi dent Harrison Russell Harrison and little Ben Harrison Mckte took an ocean b ith >csterdiiy at tho house Quito a number of people wit- nessed the presidential party in the water Last evening Pn sident and Mrs Harnson f nUrtamed Mr George W Bojdnnd wife, Philadelphia at dinner Ihe president started for Washington at 9 o'clock this morning Two FlFeH al Slnntim, STAN TON, Del, July the Stan ton woolen jam mill, operated by II C zcr Brother, was btirned Monday Loss 000 One hundred and rifty hands aro out of empHjiiiLiil I ne also thp cotton milN ol I dvun J -ranston Ihe firo onginatod in OIK of the curds in tho carding room loss insurance unknown The evils resulting from hnbltrml contlvp- neofl are many and nerlouR, but the of harph.draatlc purRHtlvep In quite RBdanger ID Ayer's however, the patient a mild but eflccilve nperteot, fluperlor to nil eipeclally lor family use, j MEXICO TAKES A HAND. She Has Become the Ally of San Salvador. CMLE SlPFOUr DESIItED. Intent Adrlcei fruui the Seat of the Ceu- tral Auit.rltan Thirty tie Between Salvador tmd OuatemaJa, NrW July cipher sable dispatehes recen ed in this city jesttrdaj full) confirmed the account of the bittle the Guatemalan and San hihad jr forces Ihe Guatemalan forces under the command of Gen Fuen tes wore encamped a little to tha south ward and eastward of Chalchuapa, upon the Salvador frontier A special aid has. been sent by Gen i uantea to con- Fey dispatches from the Guatemalan gov- erntwnt to Gen the provisional presideut of ban Salvador, requesting him tu Kive hn consentto the ratification of the ujiuu of tho five republics on iiext at ipgucigiiTpi, j.ht fflpit.M of Honduras Gen Declines to Ratify. The proposed compact for a union of tha five republics was agreed upon by the del- egates from each country in October, 1889, subject to a general promulgation of the treat} of union on Sept 15, 1890, which date is the anniversary of republicanism lu Ceutril America Gen Ezeta received the disp itches and replied 'San Salvador IB a sovereign btate and knows how to act without the interference or intervention of any other power, be it great or ninall Still m deference to her sister republic, it most (ourteoiihlv >et firmly declines to re- ceive instructions from Guatemala Guttt- ident then and now declared himself dic- tator, and nuther President Barillas nor his gAernrneut would brook the inter- ference of any other nation as to his ac- tions '-an Salvador is onl> parsing that tran-sitorv statt, through which Guatemala liLgmning; of Hostilities t. San-Sarrva- dor, am onl> following in the footsteps of President B in lias and I don t that he need c jrnpUin of w hat he himself has done and f  telegraph the move- ments of the Anna forces, which were sent to repulse the Guatemalans Thirty or Forty Killed The Guatemalans were not-expecting W receive much, if any resistance on the part of S-ilvadorans and were taken completely by surprise and retreated beyond the borders of their own territory Onlv thirty or foil) orjyounded Salvador troops did not follow up their advantage aa the} had received instruc- tions only to preserve the integrity of their own territory It is said that in view of this defeat Guatemalan troops are advancing aa rem- Camilo Aharez himself, the aspirant for presid utial honors in San Salvador, bask- ing under the protection of Guatemala, A Five Haiided Game. Simultaneous with the movement of Gen Aharxz the Honduras troops are march- ing on fow ird Cojutepeque, near the fron- tier of Guatemala, Honduras and San Sal- vador Honduras baa declared herself the all) of Guatemala, and will undertake her support whatever may happen Nicaruigu i and Costa Kica will lend San Salvador their aid. Their reason for so doing is that if Guatemala and Honduras once obtained political control over San Salvador there is no knowing how aoon these three last named countries may make a combined effort against the other two, m order to force them into a union which, is distasteful _ Will Take A- Mexico has concentrated her troops on the Guatemalan frontier, m the state of Chiapas under thejcommand of freni and Flores Orders were issued by the Mexican minister of war to these troops to mvade the Guatemalan territory in case ushould mvutlfr that of San Sal- vador The most men, fully armed and equipped that Guatemala can place in the Geld is {roja-4-VW to 1) 000 Honduras about Srin SilVudor from 8 000 to while Managua, and Costa Rira can jointly make a showing of from 15 000 to 16 000 Appe to Uncle Sam Gen Ezela has just dispatched a special envo) to the bmted States with a mani- festo of what he intend" as his programme toward the pt >j le of San" Srcivador Gunte- maln has cabled her minister to the United hVUps hft i? now in Juwope, to refcum-fttr once to Vv ashuiKton Guaiemila yull ako L make an appe il to the bnited States for the piottctiuu as Mexican L interference A Plot in Ruotios Ayros BUFNOS ATI 8 July 23 inKthf -tleniH-lft of the- semi-offieial news papers that a plot against the government hud been discovered, several armv officers have been arrested for complicity in a con to overthrow the present rulers of the republic As a measure of precaution against the plotters guards have been sta tioned about all the government buildings Two Men Fatally Hurt CrNTUVm July Two miners mime 1 n spectircly John Lipinski and Mitlmtl Cossilock emplojed at the Logan colhu} wen cmight in a fall of eoal Mon dftv Iji pi nsk i has HI nee died and the death of Cossilock 11 momentarily ex pected Ho ruptured the Pirkpocket nimo N Y Inly H Penj, of C old bpring had his potket picked of [3 000 Mondav, evening He oatight Edwin Kelly of New York in the act, and after a Bhuitchnsotnptnrerl hK man KeTTy was committed to await the action of the giand jury "AKniiInn In Ireltnd July 22 official rojwrt on 'agrarian outrngofl in Ireland during the last quarter gives the number of such oc Jurrences as 125 ThonpnndR have hrrn relieved nf Indlgoii tlon fltid lopRnf pnpetltpbv a Mnple ol Avers mrpnpnrllla. The tife of ihln medl cine bv glvlnp tone and utrrnpih (o ftlmllathe orgnni, has made innumerable of chronic djapeprta. Price fl Worm a bottle THE TARIFF BILL AGAIN [t Comet L i> wt In lh n that that n ist was put on for tl t saki f levenue It was mrnj U an nist m f pr >t( ticm run ma 1 fin 1 deu loped nit i se uf prohil iti m He procee I t j quett tit c jnsiderabU from itt UK tit b} Mr M of New IK bt-fi re the bnatieL coninuttte One of I IT to a queitiun Mr ance as the d Hy on certain cheap ffibncs of n to be increased fiom dlj mi 75 p T it, to about 100 per cent was I sii] f it was to make the poor consumer p t ice us much for his mjocls as the weUtis euiihuuier f t i for He also trad an in d bv Mr Wornll from the aunttcil lej r( >f iK-fjf of tlift treasurer of the Arhntr >LI u ill> juiunn facturers of cotton warps ni luur md men a dr> KooUs to the effect, tli u f >r t hist twenty jturs the of uiv idends h id bu n a little ovt r U per cent, and that the j refits of the 1 st three times a.s as th of the pre- codmt Mr spoke of tie m diamond presented byAndn inugie to ej s I he farmers f the Luited States lifsul had paid for ib it liamoud 10 OCXJ timta over in the jears bj an avenge dutv f Cf nt on evirv article of HIM ui 1 st el that the} UM 1 an 1 by paving UK i 1 rates of r ulroad frt inlit made net the i on steel and iron r t and roll stock lor the farunr it 1 tit piud f )i all If the pending bill 1 L in e a law tney would have an I to p-iv on ir m and steel from Js .-1 pi_r cent t j 51 75 per cent itn oil the- free Mr nor hees said in annual reven i v uoo (XX) ab hbljcd but other sc 1 i ucr( is eTTTuties fu tTie imount of y j if the bou itv of two cents a n 1 on the s pro lu d in the Lnitt i iUs should result (as its friends it 1 lunthe prodiK n in of H I tin mi 'Mrr I lu re then ac  mvcfatigatiiife the 1 M n here rendered a verdict utommen.mg that J C Bright of BuftU pre-ident of the Gtjuesep Ort it Bright of Philadelphia vice lent and Aloruo N Belford of this and treas- urer of tho b" 1 Id for the mur der of the tweutj four M t the gtourid that thtv wilfully Ytelated the Taw, and in so doitu uised the death of the men Ihe jurj f in her censured the Union Steamboat c m mj, to which the Tioga belonged for cir iiiess m receiv ing freight that might well n. witii out first inspecting il cases The> also 1 f i L uil M spt i Qi this city have his dutif- enlarged as to enable him to appreln. 1 rsons shipping explosive oils IIL iwsof the Luited States The coroner will it i notifj the state s attorney u the jurv and a special-grand jurrw 11 I Let return indirfmpnts- t jMrtiep ihen requisitions will be in i on ihe governors of Pennsjhinia and for the ar rest and delivery of the men to the state of Illinois A Fill Thuf fi in Buffalo BOSTON July police here on notice from Bulfilj hive arrested a wo- man giving the n jf Mary ilson, who is wanted in Bulf il j for robbing the houoo of J 0 Millar 1 tirce truuk-T With miscellane >us i i tbles worth OJO arrived here from R c i sLer N bun daj MTsl s if an oxpresainan for them, but the poliu h 11 told the company nut to give them up Miss Wilson thpu. camo in person an 1 trrested lieu accused of stealing tie Contents of the trunks she broke d y n 111 confessed She will be retained tn i; ill do Mniiy Odd Fellow-, Will Be There CHICVGO July JJ ive preparations are miking for the tr mil parade and cautouineiit of the Oil i Hows aiid Pa.tri archs Miliuint which 1 _'ms here Aug 3 ,nd continues om wcik Tifty thousand Old Fellows inclu in 1JOUU uniformed Patriarchs Militant, w 11 be here It is expected to be the lu_ t secret socittv, meeting ever held. 11 lies aggregating 000 in cash will I L i ir led Exception ally low rmlroacl it t ivty froto all points and nun} strangers will take adv uuiube (tf t ip.tr piUtlng BAITIMCUJE IUL International Fraternal Alliim vv i letendant in an action in court heie nMmg the misip propriation of ?7J uu) 1 u association BUI IK b l i n i b li itiLu wlieli lits I 11 1 Iho bubiuesa U ma i h in i i l i i 1 fn te 1 b> Charles H Lin i ut it i-, t hac tl lean 1 i t I ily mttrs of ttie as 11 Ui l V rk injunc tlon w la 1 til a ht armg nut fur t unnlngl! uu t H iffulo Pil i Jul M imi_ r Huffiu tou of tiu PaUi h Iplii i ijl club has rt t tst 1 r( to the B ill il 1'lu n 1 in ie eiut Ihe transft r ii m i le ith ut finaiiLi il con b nig to strengthen the liiilTulj iii uutiiughaiu pitch in tdnts 11) s i V lirnfU B il.T 1 PlltMH N Inl the explo sion of u tlnf-.! iiMelnnc boiler on the funiif Jn t Moi tu n nits east o thN itj Vi h LirKM_tr and Kill 1 tnd Andrew Mehan fut and duugeroualj iujuied Tin II Got BAH h w W ihe safe In GutiL btore waa blow n open bv Sunday night 1 hree lollctt wrt-i Crtiin and May i hilj 33 Friends o O'Brien Muurt the con tapoudeut upon whom i m l rain drew a piato the other d h ne been trying to i mince the lexis rtji s it to apologize A letter retractility tin anptrsions cast by Cram upon Mocn s tharacterwas todai handed to the nmr -m m and his signa ture thereto re t u t 1 (runs reply w an oath ailing that he meant to ctst n r Hection on M ore s ancestry Vttht M IH time hf t re the manuscript obits It is umlerst thit Moore has hroiuh i fr n 1 suit an jtlur It tier gu Grain tho ill uf ap 1 n I en tie repU will lepend it 1 "t Hi r a i s rt to wtmptnswill fuiU V pi ilui LS of the two men Lu Lia-ir anelher hostile in U >th aiestud to be crack .hot-i an 1 ti l i meeting IIU ul II Iv ,nu Home rl il I lU J Ihf wife uf Tin rfcu ul If L i luj. 4 m ir-Stl mi Cil i-, cumin ilh a stranger on it ir 1 u 1 lit Hooking if tci ard gtiA tra-titrscrrjit -on -of her ant which iiuswen 1 that of Claicnce a traveling s tit Mnan Hnr busban 1 st ir d in p an 1 lust even ing H s te im urn ed it Haze It on where wife is st HI m in tie denies th it he e iminnt 1 thn mirier bit haasurrcn lere 1 him-, If u the authuriUfj Indian Timlin Helajeil at Carllale CAM IMF Pa Tuh to the failure of -s to pass the appropria tion bills i bo nt pupils of the In dmn ti ilh h 1 win hive the course ot Inc prescnbcc bv flu government are still dehnedhere at the transpnrr ition totlieii homes on the in us How ever it IH th that some arrangement will he mile In L ipt Pratt manager of the school f r tin ir departure soou Book and Job at the TBEKTOH Tncn office The Importance of purifying tho blood can- not be without pure Mood you c innot enjoy pood health At this season neuly every one needs a good medicine to purifj vitalize, and enrich the blood, and Hood S imparllla Is worthy your confidence It li peculiar In that It strengthens and bulldi up Hie system, creates an appetite, and tones tl e digestion, while It eradicates disease Olveltatrlil Hood's Sarsaparllla Is nold by all drugglstn Prepared by 0 I Hood Co, Lowell, Masj. 100 Doses One Dollar ents in tl e n o e ccint form THE I AXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUICE OP TUB FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Combined wi'li the medicinal Mitues of plants known to be most benefiual to the human s) stem forming an agreeable am] pffeitivp 1-i-vitnp to penna- nentlj cuie Habitual Consti- _ pending on a weak or inactive ondition ol tne KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS. It is tl most excellent remedy known to THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY ti of Csbslipaled s 1 T PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP, HEALTH and STRENGTH NATURALLY FOLLOW cry one is using it and all aie delighted with it ASK YOUR DRUQQ1ST FOR MANUFACTURED ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. f AC v YORK N t. Latest Novelties IN LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S Slylisli Parasols At almost Firfit Cost Prices, along with a new arrival of all styles Sun Umbrellas for he hot weather, one of which Son Umbrel- las every lady should have Also a new arrival of new Emt r older lea and FIonncinirB of tho vmy finest material and workmanship at snch pricoa aa aro aelow anything ever heard of Again, we have rpcoived another big lot of those beaut f il hlldrau's Hats and "or the saloof which we havo such A wide reputation as this Go to WallK for Child's Hat and it will ook twice as handsomo again jast on ac- oount of the stylish hat! Just received three caflea more of onr famous Fast Color f and many Nov- elties for tho vacation time i i i j 1, OPPOSITE CI1Y HALL N B Oar goods are positively warranted very boat. Umbrella and "5KST IN THE U1TK, YoumanB' Oelebrated Spring i R'v'A0 nrm' nn Qn.lo IB Bought hli pcntenf tfat AMKRICAN AND TAITORINO 00., h. would not how murk wuij th.ongh his S cJothiB8 "d wltk Uu U t BF8I TAILOR-MADE CLOlllINQ At U.i tk.n pncu. Oar t Itrdui hwlmy ut 8AMPI.I? OVERCOATS for worth onr SAMPI E 8UHA worth .Bd for for Ohildrtn'i Knu P.nta CLOTHING MADE TO OKDFR. onn a U> honii tk. M ..d lUil-N'-W DONE IH A FIRST-CLASS MAHNER, AND Al SHORT NOTICE AND FAIR PRICES, AT THt Trenton Times J O Printing i Department WASHINGTON MARKET BUILDING, Corner of Front and South Hroad Streets! The lareest varletv of tl UNF fKFAM CHOCOLATED guaranteed lo belhe flueet made In the U S will Le found at ANfVKT.O -CAMKKA'S Fine Confectionery Store, ace sou AM 1HENTOV N J Fancy Fruits Ue ream Sorta Water, Ice Cream Mlth Slmkes 1 emnnf Ue aluajson hand and the i cst that can U had and made Jhese art, lacts I rices conveni- ent lor all ptITY OF TKKNTON An ordinance the paving hnton avenue from the southerly linn f Hannl ton avenue to the m rihtrty lino uf grauTte blocSfl Whereas, There been presented to he Common louuul a p  e doue under the snp of tho Street otuuiUtee of C oojuioii Council and the Street Coinmisiiuuar (Sec 3 That iho expense of so tutu h fa id pavemei t us shall Rb TanT ou tiiat pat of strict as is oicupiuct bp tho (itntun i Jorse Eailr atf T uiupa y wuh ttu ir lailroad Tacks aud for iTia antoof fhruo font on nther Bide of tho PHUJO at a I be b rno and t id by tho H- H I f ton Jlnrin 1 fiilxoad xjtupany and the xpo HO of ibu tttaindtr pave i mi shall bo aaao seil MI the ota aud panels of lai ris b i ttilo I i hereby 'rovMedT that no lot or parcel P d whrttl )e a Bfisacd grehtor amount o tho actual bunt-fit whi ti Q mil b i ror ived sach lot or patLttl f land from t ho uinrovomont, tbat tlm ex tsi of said ipeiiBO over j nd above the aggregate mount of assessable btn flis if aoj t a iaH IQ boruo by the ity at la ge and pa cUn he niannf-r pro-Mdrjri by law Passed Common t ouucil July IStb 1890 Ui.0 K WUiflAKI K Attest Prom lent JNO f1 OWENH Citv Clork Approved Ju y loth, 1890 A A BiURM Mayor [Adv'jr foe, 10 1 7 17 5 OF 1HKNTON An ordinance to authorize the construction of a sewer (No. 22) on Eatherf rd and Marian street a d ro provide ror (fie Whereas, Notice has been duly given by the Lily Clerk of the Intention of "Common Council of the d v of Trento to cause the sewer hereinafter described nbe eoi Ftructtd and whereas the paid clerk haa reported in writing to Common OQDCI! thai uo object- ion to the construction of said sewer hv born preaen ed to him Ihe Inhabitants of the City of Trenton do ordain Section 1 That there shall constructed In The cltyoTTre'wn prTtnint 11 tbe provisions of the net of tf e Legmlft- ture of New Jpracy, entitled 'An ordinance _   fortho paymout of the and czpm aes of ooMRtroc log B wer, icpproveatmt and bo ds shall bi itwotd as pmv d d fir ny the ciry ordinance entitled An nidi ance to i rovidn mians for the payme it of and ti4.pt u HUH of o drains lu this plumed March 84th, j888, Common Council July 15, 1890 GEO B Attest President. JifO C OWEKB, City Clerk Approved July 18th, 1890 A A. 8KIBM, Mayor, [Adv'jr fow, 19 90 7-17-54 RFAD THE AflJ PROSPER JO I! DONE AT SHORT NOTICi, IN STYLC, AT REASONABLE PRICES i l l i i i i i i i i i I' itiNT .1   

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$9.95

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Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 10 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 155+ 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!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ 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 155+ 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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