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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               rettfon VOU VIII. NO. 5 WHERE I HE FUNDS WEN I The Flood Finance Committee at Johnstown Criticised. AUDITING HIS OWN ACCOUNTS. A New lull! Haft That of the JDU.B41 27 Money Received Only too Meut IJlreetly to Relief of the I lootl Sufferers. NEW "Vnitk Julj apieial to The Newport llemll fiom Johnstown, Pa., sajs I sptnt stvu il hours rnday exam- ining the books and at of the Johns- town Hood tniHiiie tommittee and the fig- ures here presented are the hrat that have ever been pnntid of the Receipts and ex- "pendltuu s oFtlus eommittee Ihe finance committee vms on the morning lullunnig the flood, and the first coutrlbu lions for the sufferers were received by It. As at tirbt constituted it consisted of seven men coiiui etetl with the banking institu- tions of the town, but it was afterward I ineu will not 10 npu m i i i l' tl of idleness w 11 pr li.il i i silt Ihe muu denuind eleven lulu-, I 1 i Un hours work, and the emplo) Mienl nh if union men Fatal (Jimrrel of lleputj SAVASNUI L.U J H J and Jolni (j H mis I i in 1 iimrshnis wtre fill ills Allmnue ploiilo at Di tmhalu lni kiry in 1 si m-. tkputv shot at a 1 uiueis er Od is the re- sult of u mum 1 M i lamil) illin Clediy and hit father both bh who re- turned the fin fiUll) wi un In, juug Clear) Old tluirj who had tine re vohers on his peitioii whtth lit had emp tied, was arrested b) the shit 11 TKKNTON, BAl'UKDAY AFTKKNOON, JULY 2G. 1890. TARIFF BILL ELOQUENCE. TWO CKNTfl A IHKtriu 1- i BlOOMslil IK Pi JlIU Blon of ,jas occimi 1 ill tl i i 111 Brothers building i n I iv i .la I'uittd anil i i a shoit u ne th "f m fti( ing wu.4 m an 1 t-ntli NEWS IN BRIEF Jfrtfth Tlpf fr'J'f1 Coflert At the investigation of the i evplo it M ijer i t.1 ml ml 1- dtsti Curofullj i ing dis- aster on Luke Pepm it was that Ii03 persona were on the sUaintr lot nional bankers were dioivuctl James B, Scott was maile dictator he changed the compltMJii eif the -whole committee and made Jiiinci McMillan and C'juw Elder, two leading Cambria Iron company men, president and secretary, respecttvelv Funds flowed into this eommittee freely for a Jew il ivu, but ou the organization of the state tlood eouimisslon most of money was sent there The Amounts Received and Paid Out. All told this committee has received IS it) %il -T Of this IN 050 was paid out in the a head distribution aud this the oulj part of the fund that was applied directly to the relief of the people Of the remainder about 000 waa expended by the various committees clerk hire and in- cidental expenses including ?10 863 05 paid to the lire tlepaitinent and 5SW 11 paid in the first few davs for removing the de bris anuTde id "bodies, aud which was after- ward charged to the state, but no settle- ment of this account bj the state has been made and tho prospects are not good that It will ever be There is >et in the hands of the committee about most of wliKb the committee lutends to apply to building bridges the Committee Is Criticised. Tl pi f inn nt tins in much of this money for the fire depart- ment, and especially for building bridges, has severelj criticised the which is stemiuglv well tllat it dOesirot go to the relief of the need) but, instead is adding to the wealth of the holders and men of means bv relieving them of taxes, the benefit of which they will solely enjoy 'I hla commit t aples, has abused her husband ictuza Poll- don editor of Crlsteforo Cjlonbo an Italian pubhtht-d til Nev> lulk, of He siya the charge is false as the woman who bears his name in this city is not his legal wife A private telegram from Belgrade savs that ex king Milan of Servia, thinking his divorce to be quite absolute, has al- ready contracted a second maniaje with a ver} rich voung American ladv ac- quaintance he made last winter in Puns A Jiew paper asserts that the town of ayne, Pa waa overlooked bv the cen- sus enumerators, and therefore has no place in the IV 01193 Ivania Mr Gladstone celebrated the fiftv first anniversary of his wedding Julv 25 Ihe bill for the cession of Heligoland passed the second reading in the house of To Curtail Print tloth Production. RnER, Mass July 26 the re- sult of a letter received from Bosttfn by the mill men mill treasurers representing all but three or four concerns met to con- sider the curtailment of print cloth pro- duction Ihe letter stated that the mills m Lowell Dover and several oilier places agree to curtail Their produc tion providing Fall River consented to jom Ihe movement origi- nated with the Cochcco mills and was pri marilj intended to include only print cloth mills but the treasurer of one mill manufacturing "fancies says that if a general shut down takes place here all the mills will follow the lead All the treasur- ers present at the meeting iiifuuiitlly agreed to the proposition contained m tno letti r, which is to shut down during the last week in August A meeting will soon be held to take definite action BxtrajKd by Hcoiitu GtnuK July 30 Dotatlt of the killnu of Pashlatch, the Apiche renegade ivnd eonv let, and the wounding of Saves iml i ipture of Curley have just been re- el ved Irpre Ihese Apaches belonged to Kid s band and hive been out No vember when they were in the gang that murdered Sheriff Reynolds 'I hey out- wittidthe soldiers, but were betrayed by three Apache scouts who pretended to friendly then fell upon thpm though wounded, escaped, but the cavalry are hoLon his track Gen Mile-, is now on the ground and determined to w ipe out all the renegades The Mysterious Savannah S Ga July 20 investiga- tion by the coroner's jury of the blowing up of Billiard s boarding house in which Gils Roble, Mat Locklme and Mrs Billiard were killed resulticl m the remit ring of a verdict that the disaster was the result of an explosion Iv some unknown mj Maxwell, the negro ook arrested ou guspK ion of having nected with tho explosion h is IreWi re- leased Evidence was found inthiMltbris of the wrecked building wlneh militates that nitro-glycpnne had liocn used as a HIM llmlv Found in R Room NiWAnK N f Inlj 1 lit tltaibody of Mftrlin lilwki'U'tmvHlt was found in a room of the house i1 Simerset strett where it had been Ijlog for two days T be deceased committnl mimdeby taking poiso i He hud been by family troubles Theevili rMultlnff from rmbltiifll costtve- nsoi are many and serious; but the nuo of barab, draitlo pnrgalivp" IB quite ssdnnger- not be unimportant to extend It to the European continent Senator McPherson_Speaks. At the conclusion of Mr Vance s speech Mr Plumb sud he would like the finance committee to bay whH the effect of the bill on the revenue would be He would not enter upon a discussion of the bill until he knew that Mr McPherson "aid that the newspapers were full of the statement that the Repub lican senators did not intend to defend the bill If it could not be defended it could not be pa-sipd He moved, therefore (m order to expedite business; that the bill be recommitted to the committee on flaance with instructions te report at the wirliest practical moment "a bill to reduce the revenue aud to equalize duties on imports orrthe bails that the average rate of duty should not exceed tha average ad valorem war tariff rate of 1864 Mr McPherson spoke of the expenditure of money by the Republican party in the last campaign the nf ing bill who contributed to the campaign fund was a pious citizen of Pennsylvania who hud since been rewarded with a cab- inet ofliee He contended that the manu- facturers onlj were benefited by the pend- ing bill, though the Republican party had always claimed to be the friend of labor He would vote ample protection to Amer- ican labor but the labor cost o[ the articles one-half thfl.ampjiut.Qt the duty paid Questions fur the New Jersey Senator. Mr Sherman, criticising Mr McPher- son's remark about tha average of 36 b9 under the law of 1864, said that it waa made upon all goods dutiable and undutia- ble, and that only 10 or 15 per cent of im- ported goods were on the free list Under the pending bill 00 were-on Vtts free hat ami the av erage on goods dutiable and undutmble would be only 17 or 18 per cent Mr Allison asked if Mr McPherson was willing to have the duty on earthen- ware and glassware reduced 15 per cent below the pending bill Mr McPherson said he w ould be w illing to have it reduced in rent Allison said that if the senator from New Jersey would move that reduction he would be found m sympathy with it Mr Allison went through other schedules, and asked if the senator from Jersey wanted the rates on them re- duced or mere ised to 88 per cent A very .strong pressure had been brought to bear from >ew Jersey, he said, fo have the duty on pearl buttons largely increased. A Flftj Million Dollar Denoit Prophesied. Mr P.umb expressed grave doubts-as to the effect of the bill on the Fnum rating the expenditures for the cur- reutje.ir he said the applications under the dependent pension bill would probably reach iSOO 000 within a year He expressed a belief that there might be a deficit of 000 000 next year. He thought that that possibility hadbcou overlooked in flawing the bill He gave notice that he would offer to the bill to increase tb.8 revenue from other sources He would never vote for a bill that he thought would be a cowardlv evasion of the duty imposed on the senate to provide adequate means tameet the expenses of the .governmen.t_ He would propose a duty on incomes, he would propose an increased tax on alcoholic and he would prnpnsfl nmnndmflnta that would prevent the formation of trusto Mr McPherBOn's Motion Attacked. Mr Aldnch expressed the opmion that Mr Mt Phersou was not serious in his mo- tion, and remarked that if it were carried out into law the effect would be to increase the rev enue bj 000 over the amount that would be produced by the pending bill In order to show the manifest ab- surditv of Mr McPheraon's proposition, he said th.it if sugar were taken from the free list aud put ou the dutiable list at 10 per cent, the average ad valorem rate on duti able gootls would be reduced per cent In reply to a question of Mr Oor- ham's Mr Aldnch said that if the importa- tions for the fiscal year were to the same amount as for the last fiscal year the rev- enue under the pending bill would be re- duced about He could not give the figures as to the expenditures Of course members of the finance committee did not propose by any legislation to re- duce the rev enues below the expenditures After some furthcrdiscussion and with- out action on Mr McPherson's motion, which is pending the senate adjourned On motion of Mr Hoar the federal elec tiou bill was referred to the committee on privileges and elections A atiil rxploRion of Varnish PHIJ v Tiilj barrel of var nish t last evening In the cellar of the range mil he works of J Reyn- olds So ,1 hirtet nth autl Filbert streets James 1 esteott was badly burned and dietl within a few hours" Thfi file which foliowtd the explosion caused a damage of (1 TO to the building It is notknownnow what ciunpd the explosion Govcintir Hill Appoints a Judge. A] Inly Hill has ap- pointed lion (.eorgeS Wood, of Platts burg to bt judge of Clinton county, tn tin1 place mnde vacant by resignation of Hon s Alonro Kdlogg who has boon nonunittd by the Republicans of the Frurth judn ml district for the supreme court jndgeshlp Thonnands have been relieved of indiges- tion and loss of by a ulngle bottle of Ayer's t-arBapartlla The tine of this medl cine, by giving tone and strength to the as- organs, ban made Innnmerable Prlofl Worth of Hostoii, >liuilly Dia- 1'luiitlfcr BOSTON lul) i, dual set li inent was made I ridav in (it nf then st u mpli Gated UISLS cvt i ti btfoi OIL state courts In I" 'I IMI %Mi sui of Boston an in-line umUl u uu 1 un hhip dlid an vill 1 u (XX) and a will vvluUi eJ..iUuii _L la weru left out in lluiiold. luttir uwtistvuV the will an i illia'n T -t, mis, of t tiLttwith the U i Ho anuouncid tint the >r i i h r than Btanl 11 nlist had paid h tl 000 vvhlih sum lit dulled amui he four mtciUuts i Diving I i hiscvvu Bcrvius I itir Ileul) tulk'i t of the ejulestants 'nulled that Steu icluallv rcceivul DUD and tud appr i i all 1 the other tW Ki 1 1 his "W n use Fuller then hr iimlit suit U tlicnrcult court and i bum ed judgment i his bhare of the mi ncv Hi di t get the mune) hiwtui t jr Stevens i_ht tie case at even 1' u'li it last g lino m solventj sainiul 1 Ider and n being appuintid bmce th it time tl i ise I mil oiiis i b in in jail six inontl s foi fl ill 1 uei t v lliee of real estni Ihp hn- supreme louit tl i --iipLriiir rt t e in solvency ill tlm linn, shire while in i inineiit iinin f in sel his been imp] Jc 1 rTi luv the linluius fnendrt came to h s rcluf ilia! il lit was ended tin ivmenttoil i-, Alices of a large aim tint it m me) uus being released from jull rtUtiniuishe Catholics at Btwtoit July Jo Ihe i ap- pointed at tin lust congress i f i i Htlio- lie lalt) of Vnivnia to decldf tie ter of future i hell u I meeting u! tin irkpr house ,1 i Li Mor- gan Uix of irk presi io 1 Ihe fol lowing prosem ops Irclin 1 It r 1 in I insets i 1 I Uitr, and Bish >i i rokv Maes u i i il ling and Rev le rM I I alitor nia 1 horn is B presi 1 t cf the C ithrhc unii n f B iston, w us nt b) invltatl n Ihe -i -m n vva- li 1 closed d irs 11 d 1 isti 1 three n the meetnu (i Ij i n n d it vv IT 1 in 1 that tie comni tn h 1 1 diudel i I 11 the next cunvf MI i n in Chieigo n Ihe arrangeinen i fi r this conv cull i Mrf- left I 11 I L ill of the sm kch iu w hit h i v n An It rh h in 1 i i lust Novemb i I i tl mint Ht H st f tl nsti 1 In ll s CIM 1 11 Lllsu nh h 1 11 s UHIF t" lit Irr. J th Jil illiam 1[ hla the i a thud interest 1 1 t. uiint Curl 1 t i j t in n iu tto 11 ni in jv eru it SM 1 teen ar i s i] 11 Marie t 1 h T n fi nut! Lhihlli-ll -J HliJ, 11 H iri old, m- rT elums hero to lo nlc t pi tut t in ifil tnre the lain phor s ibsliiut Mi fill )wi 1 him tj thu eitv an 1 afi i a st inu strett scene ob ta Uf 1 hi-, air M II t lints silpp rting her an 1 his tu i th 1 Iren bj hei ft r twtnl) ;t irs lilt limit thu nit legally nitriu 1 lit sijait is tn lUeinpt at black mitt which Inii bri tu 1 threo times before she deelaieb him n sane Mis nitott N the (hlltlien N F lul) Jj Chancellor Ma.ill Ne v h-i-, tlcLidcl that Mr- 1 uiuj Ole tt wife of Charles A Oleutt sh ill the euit i of her two) >nti4 eltiltUv n wbj lull bit u taken awav br hi t It ap- peared tint the siniot Mr- 01 ott objected to her s m s wife 1 he impression seems to be thai tin tw j mot hi r in laws have In terfertiHflrinmrh !tlrtlfp yormg lottple, who will pi ibil h agree to lue together again with u UK ir terference Roger y D let Roger Q Mills i boviottnix if the i uarpn in alnit a Boyeott. _ t interview on the nh suggested by 1 he a cnninilttiiT O Brien tu ba appjmte 1 I) ii iLxpoi ts Inipi i fuiv Jti t ports from the 1 lilted S ates n It ist ilf 1 in v t IH i u i HH .0" tl m Jui i si In i Jum p ibt wire i it 1 tt 4 4 ing the pist I il vt. ir t it- i June utinst -r tie 1 -U, k L, J7i i rts t tl it I H i the lllll I lit I mted I'urlug ii _r mts i in the iu the [ireee-ling lisLiil wi during the p i-l u ir i W5 i-in t Ml I preceding li-t il vi ir Duinu 4JjtilU immig-iits unfed in fatjtes 41 n> in Ji m the past h-idl J1J came to tins intrj unit 4 preceding h-e il ve ir _ Tlie> Object Iiidut i n NFVV Juiv New Liikhtnd Icltphone e n L inj ob- tained from Jti DellllllK i temporars Injunction rcstr uniug tin N rih Construction onpiin.of I utsburg from erecting the plant of the NN indsor Locks (Conn Electric eoi uij Ihe ob jtvt sougl t-by the telepjiutir-e-ompaiij is to prevent trouble from in 1 iced currents, which would be caused In the prtrvhmtj of the electric light w ires t the telephone wires The case will be argued here ou the first Monday in September Clark li llotcl.Kiii Dead. NEW YciKK Julv Jo Clark B Hotch kiss, the organizer of tht I trict telegrapn and messenger serv ice -v-u n in this city, died H from eon- i nption at Paul Smith's, in the idiron 1 Mr Hotch kiss was born in Aubni NT Y some forty two years ago iiul w is for mauj years maniger of a cible u npany -Tlm Order ut t.t Indetl. WILKESIURRF, Pa Jiv Le high Vallej Coil r n] i u i-sued an order last Monday that null f ither notice all its collieries would w i on half time The order was rescin le 1 r riday morning, and the vinous mum w 11 continue to work on full time er 1000 miners are emplojedbj the companv Atlanta t nstitiui n an 1 indorsed by Gen Gordon Ute ft n t (nil becomes law, sajs It wonltl not t lie a loll} but a criminal filh to attempt sin h a project It would injure us as m n h as the north ami tht1 nit i hints autl I usiness men of smith shonl I t imp out and dfnonnieit I Imsmiss nun in Dlllas si i n on the sllbjett vvllh one evteptiou nlunes this view Tlu C ivt !n at Wtlkeslmrre I i luv Some o( the faniV s h I nt ir the eiive in w hit h 111 unt 1 1 is! t ilnesdav are bit om mi; alarmt landliiv i n m need moving tTieir Inn-fh hi prrnitls lo nnotht r [mrt of the town Ihetivt ippt irs I i be extend m0 ant! i- now ov t r tvvt ft tt tit ep The Jerso 1 emiioi ante Move I'i Julv 91 VII the olll nils along the It rst entral nilr j id e been notine 1 h) thoctinpinv that the etnplovt s muht ali-t un fiom the u-e of nit mug liquors bull when on ,1111 oil tlutv on piun of thsml-sal 'I he order has created coustcination am the men I Nivv lulh Juh J John L SrfHtvun ton on his w iv to Htnipsteid L I mer rt-itlente of Uune-an B Celebrated Spring IIATTHR, 1R Tibvnt KM> 'Jills MAN tin sum Harrisuti, where he ill stud) his part in the naw pUj Hi winch he propuocs to Btar tfi's Minister Dnaglass Returns Nnv loiik, 7uly 36 Douglass, Fluted St ULS n inisfpr to Hnyti ha-s ar. nv_cdonthc Dutch steamer 1'rince ibreder- Tek mm Foit auPnce Book Job Printing done at short TITO 1 it i Julv J years of age was strm k liter Roch, 10 In a tram on the Long Island riilrmlat Buf falo avenues aud die I Elward Wlntelioii-i and killed himself nt rtly afterward irs of shot home, 87 Hall Btreet Despontlenej vvj fie cause A Child t li iji hoil Mass., J V nartlv con structed building in nh h seven children had taken refuge f 11 mm was blown down lust evening bum i- the children in the rums Sadie M i il aged 14 was killed, and Katie f.nih s ghtlj injured The others escaped uiiii 1 ne'd They Mint 1 I >v Ball N "i luh Jb Sheriff Hodg srn has issued a prot 1 un n ion warning the baseball phuers nt t t i v I lie the laws, and staling th it I r-wortlrl insist upon its enlcrieuipnt f the recent de eisiorr tf the case in the Ilalu m >pi) Ihe RnceB SARATOV v i Jul) 26-Ihe raors herewert iitistiionetl on iipcoiint of rain Theentnts wt ic tlttlai d tiff SCKOI IH A Ja that Impurity of the 1 1 t which produces unsightly lumps or In the neck, which causes running i i on the arms, legs, or feet, which dntl ]3 ulcers in tho eyes, ears, or nose, often r lining hlindnosa or deafness, which is the orli, n of pimplts cm cerous growths, or hum TS which, f istcn Ing upon the lungi, c ius( s consumption and death It is the moit vu n nt of all and very few persons aro tntlrely frefc fiom it By taking Hood 9 Sarsaparllla, which, tiy remarkable cures it tin accomplished, has proven Itself to bo a potent and pertill-ir medicine for thli disc-no If you suffer from icrofula, try Hood s Sirsiparllla "Every spring my children liars been troubled with norofiili, my littlo boy, three years old, lielnR a terrible sultcrer spring he 11 nr of sores trom bead to feet. We all took Hood s Sarsaparilh, and all have been cured of tho scrofula Mr little bojr Is entirely f n B from soren, and all four of my children look bright and healthy B ATUSBTON, Tiss ilc City, N J. Mood's Sarsaparilla Sold bj all drUBBiiti fl Prepared only by 8 I HOOD A CON Lowell, Uatk IOO Doses One Dollar ems in the no t elcgint torm THE t AXATIVE AMD NUTR1TIUU8 JUICE OF THE FIGS OF CAUFORNIA, Combined with the medicinal urtuts of plants known to be most beneficial to the human foiming an agreeable and enxctne hxatue tn perma- cure Habitual Consti- pation, and the man> ills de- pending on a weak or inactive rendition of tlie KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS. It is tl most excellent remedy Icnown to THZSYSTfM frfEGmUY hen ont is H lions or Constipated J THAT PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP, HEALTH and STRENGTH NATURALLY FOLLOW en one is using it and all are delighted it ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR MANUFACTURED ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. FRANCISCO, DAL. KY NCW YORK H. 1. latest Novelties IN LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S Slylish Parasols Atalmoflt First Cost Prices, along with now arrival of all stylos Ran Umbrellas for the hot weather, one of which Snn Umbrel las every lady should have Also a new arrival of new and FlounciiiRS of tho voiy finest material and workmanship, at snch prices afl arc bolow anytliinj; ovor hoard of Airaln, wo have rccolved another bin lot of those beautiful Children's Hats and Capn, for tho flals of which wo have Bach a wide reputation as tbia Go to Wallii' for a Child's Hat and it will look twico as handsome again jnst on ac- count of the stylish hat I Jast received three canes more of onr famous Fast Color B osiory and many NOT eltlos for the vacation time XV I J OPPOSITE CITY HALL. N B Oar goods are pojltlvely warranted Bonght hil panto of AMFRICAN AND TAILORING CO., he would not have bow the wind whutled thioujih hin tailt, Wt ire clothing the Boyt and C'hildr.n Uubtit BE8I TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING At mnrh 1 priew. Onr giul Uadert are 8AMPT.P OVKROOAT8 for worth fl2, and and our 8AMPI.F STJllH werth 13 and for 00 foi KnM and BniU and OYeiwuti. CLOTHING MADE TO OROFU. eon ii the hentt ia the U "d oeme nght along A M in 10 i HO. 8 Oar. warren St. rKTNTlNG DONK IN K FIRST-CLASS MANNER, AND AT SHORl NOTICE AND FAIR PRICES, AT THt Trenton Times J O 1 Minting )epartmcnt ----------WASHINGTON MKRKET BUItDINO-, Corner of Front and South Kroad Streets. Tbclare. t ".-letvof 1 HI LBOCULATEs lobellu llnebt made in the I s will bt found tit ANGKT.O CAMERA'S Fine Confectionery Store, TBFXTON N J Fancy Fruits, lie ream Soda Water, Ice Cream Sodiif, Milk Shakes Icmonule always-on nand-iuid tin- bent carriietiad and made These an lints I rices couvenl ent lor all riiHE 96 NOEIH WARRKS B. J UfDEGBOVti A PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY Trenton Watch. The most rellnble watch for the money Call and nee the large aHsortment at II. I.. THE RELIABLE JEWELER, 120 Perry Street, Opposite 1 rlnlty M a Church OFFITKOJ-RKCFIVKH np TVXHS 1 'iRKKiuH N J Julylilli 11110 rplll KHMVKtt Oh HHIFHY 1 nolli e ihat iluplistp tliuisirlpt of personal taxiHol ISSN and IHSDiuul now re malnins unpaid bus lii_i n [npiirul find if the above aie not imld at iime Un ininits of the iltllnqmntH will he published In Ivvo or more of Un dully pupirH In auordani e wl h a resolution piu-m.il Common (.011111.11 July 1800 nainil) Jtfio'vrtl, llwlthe of TnTra he and IH hi rehj din ti d to nntlfv delliuiueuts that unltss piivmin H are prompllv nuide publication will bi madt In two newspapers ol this citv F OVFUTON [Pr's fee, W] Ilect Ivor of faxes READ THE TRENTON TIMER OF TBKNTON NOTICE OF INTENTION Pursuant to rtaolntion passed by Com- mon Council July I'lth, notice is heteby givtnof the inten l n of ouimon (ounul to alter the grade of 1 ambertou street in nci'Oirianrft Wlt-h thn plans Rnd profile pie- hy C C Haven City MU veiur, dated Jrrly 1st 1890, and now on file in his ofhee Such per on a objectirg to said ihauge of grade are requested to appear i tforo i oan- cil their mentlng to lieTieln on ruw3ay evening, Aognat 6th next at S n clock and be beard for themselves or by tou si 1, when the subject onmes up for cot aidoiation By order of the Common Council. Dated July 17th, 1890 JNO C City clerk [Pi's 80] t 7 17 15 The Real Estate, Safe Deposit, 'I rust and Investment Co., 2Q .X, 4 2S w ST A. j. ja. S i TRKNTON, N J hftnbmg hnsinftsfl Allows interest on ouh deposits, subject to check at sight. Beota. various sizes in its fire and burglar proof vanlts, the router exclusively keeping the key Acts u agent for collecting rents and for purchase or sale of real estate trusts of every description, as Eiecntor, Administrator, Gaardun, Trus- tee, etc LoiMia money ou ami on col lateral. Agenti tor Cheqne Bank of London, Cheques for sale, good m all parts of the world. HUGH H, HAHILL, President HINEY 8 LITTLE, Vice President. AHA. F RiriRM. iSflrretaiy BABKKB UCHEEE JE, Treasurer WHTIAM Q MooaK, Cashier DIRECTORS. Hugh H Hamlll, Barker Gnmmere, Ksq Barker Gummere, Jr, Wash'n A Boenling, H S Little, 8. Meredith Dickinson, Edward Ormnt Cook, 8 T N Adams, Harry koyers, JA nes Buchauan, Oweu H Locke, L B Bisduii, J B Haskill, Edmund C Hill, Albert CUyton READ THE TIMES. r n i N i AND f f, r Or EVERY DONE AT SHORT NOTICI, STYLE, AT REASONABLE PRICES MINT   

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