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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               imtn. VOU VIII. NO. 9390, WKDNRBDAY AFTKKNOON, AUGUST IK. 1890. TWO OMNTS IHE SlRIKE A rAlLUKE All Trams Nearly on Time a New York. KNIGHTS AUt CONFIDENT STILL But verjtliing Si to luditate Tha TiutlU Shoitly Uoxume Its Norma Condition Ceuliul Ilallroad En glneers and J n Will tuiitluu Mw 'tcjuiv Aug Higns "N it until further notice' ar btlll but the oHtctalB say tha all f night will be received today Th police fuc still un K'laid within the depo A meeting uf tin. knight of La DOT Tram alllheloctl ummbhf s and niau> in th viciiut} w us hi Id w ith closed doon 'J. tioinati GarTntj pi and over 6t were present. Much interest ceu tend m Mafitcr orknian to _he would evplaiu the letter alleged havw txioii wiiiU.n bj Juim Vnnr IHC-I nf Apfll M Let in (t nUiUsHitriii d< mtd tin MUhnrshij) of the letter, an brandtd it   apparent delaj i forrrnfra: contUtswn is bpraime we are noi waiting bv that bod> Mr ntatul thai no conference had bee had with Mr Powderlj A of conf thm Mr Lee aud th declared to the entire con trol ot ill urb in th< hands of their execa tiv. otlnA.rs A resolution was adopted b L  opinion M; trip to Detroit has nothing to do with the strike T "in going to attend the meeting of tTie executive boacd OL the knights, the date of which was fixed last convention of tfie Ijibor, and it would be held, strike or ao strike I tin not expect that the New York Central wlllcoine before the board. lhe following telegram has been receiv- ed by Mr L J general agent o the passengi r department, from Mr G H Darnels, gcnnnl agent of thi New York Central and Hudson River rail road strike has ended in a complete victory for this companj All passenger trains arfr- lunning on schedule time, with no inter ruption to our traffic Uv midnight tonight we expect to begin the regular movement of freight from FJWI Jiitffalo-" saul- Malony All we will huvutcrdo Is to hook on to a trani it out We wULno to send freight out regularly, how until tlie De Witt jards are clear The> are small, and like the Buffalo pas- wngeT depot can be ver> readilj blocked The strikers claim they have not yel plajed their best trump curd They say have nearlj 200 men out here and thai the rout feels their absence, no mat- ter what Superintendent Harrows sajs Others who pretend to known, say thatb) tomouow nylit the whole strike will have either collapsed, or that the men in the other departments of the roac will be out it East Buffalo there isi not much trouble in handling the freight, perishable Kxufe being falcen cyTTfr 1blr >o I retght at Albany ALBAM, X Y, Aufe 13 trams are verj nearl> on time but no freight of an) account has been moved and noue at all in West Albany From-appear- ances it would seem that the road officials t re for some reason afraid to take any trains of freight through or out of West Albany The firemen are at work as yet, but the knights leaders declare they are only awaitmg their call J he road people 9ay fchttfc febo strike in over, but thf of Latinr mcii say that they itre stronger than ever The road ofhcials are making active preparations at West Albany for an ticipated strife __ 1 he men are in session and are consults ing with the firemen, and engineers A knight said last night that two thirds of the engineers and firemen are Knights of Labor men "and all we would have to do is to call them out and stop traflic We are tirnply running our campaign to suit our- RelvPB As long as the freight does not move we are satisfied that we have the best of it In Peril from a Wild Engine. 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BOYSINRIUEAl BOSTON I he Greatest Parade the Hub- ites Ever Saw Rr.MHUI) THE PRFSIHhNT. tlit) Marching Here Six Hours lit racing the Stand ut Copley Square ftiatureii of MIL Great b A U union frattitlt nt HttrrUon'u h BUM IN H 1 be parade uf the Gruuel nn of the Kepublu 1 uesdtiy afteinuun WHS the moat imposing demou stration of the kmd setii in this ut} The stieets filled with marching thousand'- who tramped on until earl) in thtoMnuie, At 1 10 a squad of mounted polu c, in i mediate T> ful lowed Com- mander m ehief Alger aud staff, made their appeal ince ou Adaiun square The staff were receueel ou tho staiiU by (mu Butler aud others Hardly bad ht taken his position on the res lew mg the head of the procession tame in   Hdlford Ad miral rardi Got ernor and Staff uf ermunt Hon William McKm ley, Hou abot Lodge, Gen Uauiel Sickles, H, of Rhode Island, Barshow of Vermont, aud other prominent people Sr irceij had the appl tuse which greeted the presidential party subsided when the   11 ran "tiofr fjom here iny deep sense if gratitu I- f( r all the evidences }f which hav been showed me during m> brief lay Iii Boston The president of the T nited Itates MI he may have born Irat to the liv-r his alwajs found in tbn citizen hip of Mai-wu husetts stanch supporter of tho Jnlon s cniisiituhna (Applause U has occurred thnt ho hna called upon this great com for support that it has not been ror !iallj and bravely rendered In pnnttip trhirh- M have eeon to-lny of the rs of tho repimeius or the or and m thK unmuinLfiiL paiaTlcuf he Sons of Veterans corning on now to Utke Hie In. eivU Jife and Ui stand, as hey n erp in their day aa arks the nation s defense vie st eti iKiiifKent eUdence of what Massnc liuRetti ns done in l( ft of the Union and of the nd in Mi men sure prom ten of nlmt hewoulldr If the exigenciti sbniild call pon i t her blood In of the Juion u cardlftll> thank for our n 'ti  of the Republic a flflR nnd foi the conntitutlnn nd that tlim inn> inure to us in Roclal family AfU r the mldrpRs the prenidenr and pinboM if tho cabinet, with Admiral hemi'li id st iff, retired, and proceeded o the reripnun at Mechanics' building, nt 35 p n Much injury U done by the use of Irrlta- ing, griping compoundH tftken as pnrKA- iven In Ayer'H Pllli the patient hufl a mild ut effective eathartlc, but can be confidently eoommendfld alike for the most delicate fttienU M well us the raont robust i DELAWARE DEMOCRA" MEET 1 1 .1 (lov t i nor of the DOM DL) M nl H Ste veus c ha i in in nf the IK tn t it stmo central mm it u t uilled tlit i t in inn tn ordt r H tin l nit House} il I afUrnu n in i lopti s h s, n tt-inpui m i h ui ntan I hei I f it ut t nttir) of Hn irtl inoiintt tl tin st nnd it 1 'h pi it form ii unannnoi t i 1 i-, s M th n no I Hamh ft 1 i t i n nmm iiatnl !v hi 1 H ot K nt .-HIHM all I i it ill w IH also i i! n 1111 nan i tti K( imlds T LI d i n tht hi t ill and tla t i 1 mi an upi u ot i] plunge Hey i i i n> and I i to tli p n i in--11 uu i f p ir de Dnunct s in 1 pi st-> Kinl bill i h in  strnetitl 11 tn t f t i j i 1 n_, and tht nij 1( 'IH nt it TII In i i 1 i bunic u ult un will r b unii H r mm i a ui Ur r u! 11 ft a mult tlit de p'  Htul I i I' _ M it tlie pi ti m im it a-nl t t n pi it t asatit pi i I upon f, fruit ui 1 t ibl s iddin n to tlii i if j teiu PC- t 1 icton coii'Iition rf the -t ire hi u _l_l< niMi in i tiuc to i Del ire in 'It cnlanin '1 it na tion il p ir Inch has f jj 1 ji tt tlu fuliilinthl ti tli i i (mtl frye e-ou 1 ML pctjplc ami for the pi-uplt un li 11 t iLilioni of the n p ii lnans Mett. I NT' C ll Ug 1 H( _pubhcan n nominate or IfeuTen iur irrt thief uj the sujtrtnip f ourt u issouate justices and the reniiin lei slate ticket is in session In ic (_ oiui n in Mui and Col Markh un in t1 cont-est mts for the Kiibeimitori nmatn n lexaH Deni'M i ii- i i omention j IS Dimo cratic COIIM i in s here 200 deleg Ues nd as main spu tators pit nt i i ti nier ment notice pi nn t 1 he j 1 m dt nouncis tin 't H 1 and T! c Kderd ele'tions In 1 ill n inds sepn itc rul A CHICAGO SHOT A Newspapt i 'I ui I itully the Oo'-pmh i m His Hom n h i i-ruedat Innis lie is rcponul tn U iiiulmg undti iu as sunud n inn in It h ne a jidVpoit from the Itali in L >M i i n It is staUd that a dcsiiL to in i i .n cst Ut ihtheuLson for Ins tniii n n o ii o o i i Ht n i 0 II U 100x4 Kti .11 I) I r r-  an 1 Mar JUIRS ai d At st L( St L UN A 150401 i .1 BrcoJdjn u 0 1 J 0 0 0 0- 4 13 LSI hHi S( ,1 Ur k MJ Lcrurs St I ins a Br-okhn tj Hituu Hut uu i VtltiiitU Ntw Hutu W liming n Has hits Hiutu 2 liiji-, Nt 1 iliiniiKl HI 4 Batttries ehile ttud (.oitoran U! in i 1 1- 1 iniun ti Haltunure 9 BPTJ hltn U tutiuii 9 rrors nou 4 Hiltininrc i Batteries Baktr and Dah and Koons It, rimml to Iiiflirt 13 Patrick tairelly maimed of the Auiern an "News company, ind two i 1 hi-- tUrks beloie the jiitind in 1 1 to "a "eh it of selling imiiioiul b KS 1 he unupliiint is nmde tin nt of tht. '-.o fortlit t nforce ineiit of the Lriinin the book's the s ile of w hl  Uu.-p< li.l ti AS llouiitv Br i un h .olublll.j or le.b.tu, mlnK I. flfty Ihe wh 1 al llw HI n, .ufun 1 an i mnjared Lureest m the world lor vs UUITE-) i take no other 37 and Vallne Emporium liESl UERHY IN THE You mans' Celebrated Spring Styles now on Sale. 15 Hteat Street. IIAn THIS MAN Btoght hii pmnta of AMERICAN UUXTHINQ TAILORrNO CO., h. would not bow much wind whutltd thiongh W  A Is that impurity of tli blood which produces unsightly lumps or swellings In the neck, which ciuscs ruiimiig sores on tho anui, legs, or feet, win li develops ulcers in tlm eyes, eats, or ftcrr bVrnhn ti-or deatness, whlrli Is tlm origin of pimj (i, c ui winch, listen Ing upon the lungs, dimca consunipi n and death It Is tho most indent ofalljiis and vei y few persons aro entirely free Iruni It How Can f I It Be IJ By taking Ifond t Sarsaparllla, wlilch, hy the remarkiblo cures It has accomplished, has proven itself ti> bo a potent and peetiliir medicine for this dlieiso. If you suffer from acrofula, try II ids "Every spring my aha cfinflrpri hivo been troulilod wiili wiofisia, my llttlo boy, three years old a torrllile mifferer r MI jptlng_ho wit ono mass of son s from headtofeet" Wo iTTtooKHood and all huo hern cured of the scrofula My llttlo boy Is entirely free from sores, ind ill four of my children look bright and heillhy W. B ATHFHTOV ]'niilo City, N .1 Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold hy rrnpirnlonly bj e I HOOD A I O, Apotheurtei, Lowell Mans. IOO Doses One Dollar Both the method and results -when Syrup 6T Figs is is plcaaaat aud refi-BuLtug to taste, and acts gently jet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the SJB- tem effectually, dispels colds, head- aches flnd feveis and cures habitual constipation. of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro- duced, pleasing to the taste and ac- 10 ife ulomiich, prompt iii its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy know n. 8_> nip of Figs is for sale in 50c and" 81 bottles by all leading drug- gists. Any reliable druggist who -may net have it- cm hand will cure it promptly for any one" who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. FRANCISCO CAL. touisnue, KY NEW ronie, N f. An ordiuHrce roDcerniDg the duties and ci inpeiiaatioii of the Police Justices The Inhabit u ts of tlio ity of Trenton do _prdam Section 1 lhat henafter there fiiidf bo three daily Cessions uf the Polite Court the Justici holding c i urt bhall hold two actions iii the I-iif-t I'OIILO PrectUL Station one at 8 o'c o k in the morning and other at 7 o clock in the and at the Second rrecunt PoliLp Station at 2 o'chck m the after ncou See 2 That (fldi of the Folito Jfutiurs TliettiiH to purchase bent Rplnctod coal IH in Bummer Wlntrrmonths thetrailo IB pushing buH (news the roal company In haste to get out pro- {JiitlHflo not prepare as when not no busy We arc making n upooiii! thin Summer to Ret the best roal thnt grows, and (Jf Urrr tlio bent shapd noHRlblo ome and see the wtooh order for Winter PHONE 147. ftnrvtirRAi annilfil SftrtrjMf oilt. dollars, payable monthly by drawn in the usual manner Sec 1 Th t all ordnances and parts of ordinan eta lutomistuit hero with ho and. the same are hereby repiakd, Passtd Common ouncil August 1890 GhO B WHIT TAKES Attest President JNO C OWENB CtrvCIertf App ovod 7th, 1890 A A g fee I H S5 OP TRENTON PROPOSALS FOR THE CONMTRU TON OF A SEW Hi OV WEST STATE .NO ,21 riio Common out cil of thp nty of Tren ton in the State of Now will re ceive, nt thtir meeting to lo hod in the City Utt 1 t f said city, on 3UES1DAY, AUGUST Him 1B90, At eiflht o'c1 ook in tht Btalpd ro posals for tbo fonstrur i n of a sewor in West State s rtet btnunirg at Crtlhoun street, whtK tho samn wi I connect with sewer No I, now built- to that paint and running westerly through West State stroftt foradistan oof about 2 foot Tho ehid seworwitl bo tonstimtol with about 1 HIS fret of lr> nn Ii terra (otti pipe, and about 535 fot 1 1 f 10 in< h terra otta pijio, Witfi 9 man holes and 1 iUi'-hinn biBin, with the branches for future inaing, inlets house connti tions snd with other necessary ap- pa tenanted Plans and Bpocifications, with a draft of (he tontrtut AiuLfif thu bonds required to_ be SIGH at the oflftceof tho Engineer, at No 18 West btato stroot, fren ton, N f on and aft r SngrSE T2fh Eflcli proposfll mnat bo nisdo OD blank form, which will bo furnished by the City f lork, and must ho a  of vannna alzea m Itsjlre and bnrglar proof vanlta, the renter exclusively keeping the key. Acta aa agent for collecting rents and for purchase or sale of real estate Executes trusts of every description, as Eiecutor, Administrator, Guardian, Trus- tee, etc Loans money on mortgage and on col- late ral. Agente for Cheque Bank of London. Cheques for sale, good in all parts of the world. HDOH H. HAMILL, President, HENBY 8 LlnLE, Vice President. ABA F. SKIEM, Secretary BAEKEB JB Treasurer WILLIAM O MOOSE, Cashier DIEECTOB8. Hugh H. T N Adams, Barker Oummere, Knq Harry Barker Gnmmere, Jr James Buchanan, Wash'n A Boeblmg, Owen H Locke, H. 8. Little, L B Bisdon, 4. Meredith Dickinson, J R, Haskill, Edward Grant Cook, Edmund C Hill, Wllli.mS Tatd, Albert C'Uyton SUFFEBEB9 OF YOUTHFUL EBROBfl Or Special consult 129 V FrFTFFNTH ST Phllft., Twenty jfATH experience Honrn 10 A M til! 1 P. M 7 to 10 Hend for booh (sealed) containing (nil particulars (or homo cure, tree of charge   

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