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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               EUK1BON >HOILD REID THF, BY 11 AH I K, Santa Clara KKUINS SATUKIJAY. 1 he Was Twice Given m the House MtMitlU Slltiik pr Us appi il que-aiui u nays Canu Becknith and Milbuu Mixed I in a S( ene_3ir Cdnn n of VSH1M 1 N V lllC ll at 11 n in I it t ih i bers in tht 1 1 n L i su un 1 u 1 tK n ll t lard I ill 1 1 i Mr Mus n COUSUMH t UR rleied the on a UK tiuii t 1 -.I. it I fui i uml r ih( 1 tit. uidingof the j un al in f II n i li u j all t lit t a and itaj M.ICS t ikui 1 i 1 n sisttd upon ai 1 t, r in IT r ll nn au hour At c i lu-i n Mr P (Me mined 1 ai ltd the i i is i lit u tlifii on Mr u of i rut nit ei 1 i 1 f nK 1 to c ou r !I call1- Mr 1 iriKr N Y imik a loug spet ch to kill t ime Me the ATiir lath Mr ML U f lluu 1 linn a speech li Mi C n n in 11 ug a pnniLnt on Mr Cannon b [riutr Vu rt4- n ustd b} Eu in h s rqh interprttnl bouse as il_ ir u 1 u 1 with some npj nisi nn 1 tin re ui in sf iiiUy gr-cut  l g r ula uu i ij ItS tion f order Mr McAdoo shouted t Mr CRIIU m 11 ju ca i allord to let that go on the rec t indulge in 1 lacl gu irdiMn it h m uu to it, w ith a btubk jockey 1 h it is jour size I iu ill} Mr ret e ippeikd from the deusi n anil the ckrk proceeded tu tall the n 11 on sustaining the decision of tht During the roll Mr _t_nmnib down the ajsk near which Mr Tannin was bitting tk clart-d that It Mr Cannons famih weu m tht galltrj he would not nttertd the wordb he Imd His (Mason si faniih was m the gallery and he not sit tarael) by and hear them m BUlUd A lilou Struck Some gtntk in  that the he w is pished but before ait} thing more serious occurred the storm broke out in au ither qu irter Mr taking occasion Uj defend Mr Cfiution s action aroused the ire of Mr Beckwitb J Hot words wtre he guttnand Mr Ikrkw ith struck Mr list n I riei N se both men and Iln all) 1 tli in Democrat w is on his ftet tl enjoying the spLe tacle of the quarrel Mr Ltiloc that the! t us.e should adopt tht London prut- m t, rules It nnin> minutt s beftrt r lei vias restored and It required a us w itl iing of the spe ik bef re the cltrk cuiiltl pr ceed with tht roll call I he dttihi u of the chair sustainetl 1U3 78 Mr tain n Fxpl .liift Mr Cannon ma k il ng ex] htnation to that his renmi k hat! not bten made ID a vulgar sense and that the ulgar con Btruction put it is forced and UD natural He then ma k in elaborate urgu ment m favor >f the of the lard bill He haul il t bill M is m such pjsition that unless it was la In'-deM unanimous consent no ot bt r R tould be taken Tip mid so far re hp u t-un crruetl Tia other Irtufiti'wrsh jirrcf" hv rfiis Tiill barf been killed r pasv d The journal waa 1 t Tu Arrtttit Mr McAdoo KUCII tninuteB in Winch lo reph Mr tnnou He said that the iftuth man H tx] lanation was Ingenious an 1 ur t i gt in t us an 1 that be had not purged himself nf in Mr annon re] lie 1 that he could add nothing to w 1 it he tin 1 na d He dinclaim ed am M ui n n to use language Finallj the In is< adojjted the resolution offered bj Mr lirosiun for the arrest of dmcuiig the Borgeant at arme to telegraph nt mtrnbern and revoking of aljHt net excej t th HC granted on account of illness Ihe house then ad Journed ID the NeiiHfp Aug -In the senate Mr Plumb h res lull n to pr hibit the of 1 eiii or ni tl HI miu w H g uas dis and finall) ref< rr  Mr Mt Pt n Mt n Uj for I) uojd HI 1 manufactures Of wot d u 1 K h f i nallj wt nt Mr npf kt- ii f r nf ro ij rt fil trade w itti ith i H an t >nn tries a_ad m i lacmj, I indu g tnlne on tbe frpp list Hr said tin pii tmn Minrts ta il( n toff 1000, 000 anmmlU and tl n Hiiufa tuirofbind ing twine in tl is toui was in the hands of u ctmbiuti i I u ,s ulunUntl) to tjtkt ir f f If I n the to bacoo sd I in t M up Mr ance B amendme t t rt I i tt d tn haf Huftibi f i ir em nf not f t 11 j i j nt I to 7T ll hten n d u k tr jxr pound othu an (ji hi t-. n jutcd 1 UlUlh il h f Mr ai i u I i 1 IL uld ui ii 1 scd i t I N ebt <_! u a- u bug t-vti 1 not uu nu did i ut ki 1 n ntli tiuu b lueri i i 1 (.atilt ftud ut L ra I ill I i li 1 atLb THE KH1LHY NARDS AFFAIR 6e  r 11 i tl L hi use hether, tiie c muuUxilid 01 I oLau. ia crtas I fcrc it tl s u 1 at this time is or is nit inten hit I t tl t approaching congressi r H! t u i i in Maine rather than to b et t ti ibhc intcrtsts lu rti h t 11 tl c secret a rj tliat _thi8 gu st i II u u th.L depirtnipnt tc ui its i t in undertaking tlie pait iliru rks nl tliib i 1 ice and at this tnnt Ihe st iteiucuts if facts alreadj gnen sh that as the are the sibjtftof in jiury all urgcntlj bj the tMgeouesof the semct and four ha 1 been speualU directed b> congrtbs As t( to the time apj jintcd to do th" work hich to be coluci dent with tin approach of i coiiKrcssioual election tht tourst of legist itiou ed any work 11 Ei re Juh 1, timl the local climate is h that it would been sheer 11 tin part of the dep irt ment to postponed it until the mid die of September lu leu t f the character of the lutcrrotator) m h the house m di rect terms asks tlu hi 11 of ant dermrtment whether he has 01 h is not been juiltj of a gross abuse of ill public admlulstrati u I deem It proper in terms cqimlh diroet to dinj thit the contemplattd uutl H ut f such in creased force at the n n j >ard Is intended .0 affect the appr election m Maine rather than the public Inter ests or th it aii> lucicibe of force at au> time has been or will be made b} the department un kr pnsent admmlstra ;lon for the purpise of influerfting an ap Broaching eleiiioti or f r the purpose of electing or dcfe it ng auj particular candi date and I h e the honor to add that the ,y department u bile pursuing steadily s yohcj dobs tioc propose that the pto- af public by -nml bj law its cnarge shall be nterrupffd or 1 b> the occurrence of an election cr that it shall be deterred from tii e perf rm mee (f what it beliefs Lo be Its dutj im feat that unjust and unfounded susj i i ns call in question the motnes of its ittan THE TOURNAMENT CLOSED ihy AMiuiorH nt tlu I tat of tho L K ires MAC Viir, he League of Ameneuu hit Inn u iciation e annual meet came to i cl< st ehiesday with a programme of ruts whieh w is marred bj a soft track o< i isi )iu d 1 1 ij night s inHIe i pbell auU "ollrei cracka did not start on me Mint of tlm hf tnu k Laurie and ilhs the 1 ughsh riders had a pneumatic tm wtie 1 w hielruas H winner the sift track Banker borrowed it for the mile tliampionslup race and the other t iuUstunts at ouro withdrew, glviuK htni a walk Ihe racing board decldtd-that pnenutlR tire all right I Tini'- it i tlu r i 1 C hie rider, met w ith il (kf its he results are as follows One Mile ifety four A Palmer Ilunilteu Out first, J W Leautt i O set nd lime 8m 39 One Mile Hindu ip fifttui B Bo MJ in ktic club (130 yards tlrst leit II IIH Clucago (110 suOud iiaiL uuJJUlejs One MiU Ithiee minute J ilhs New York r-ln i 1 lii t Lr A Banker, u 1 J me Siu Itf ii-id 1 uu w ik Uhletie. club, 1 UllL 111 t. Ii flve st n l i Athltti el i Pltlcl 1 UILI Milt D liuuk first (walk ui Cue Mill lei c An I M itj 1 thon) Htcun i 1 i Jm (J-j Half Mill O[ ui H E 1 aune Nt rk Athletic olub, first J Hiil M u h ittan Athletic club, second liuu In Oue-half Mile Ui nine C M Murpl Nt Athletic club, nrst A Ni w Jersey Ath leticcluh sec id linn 1m M 4 5s One quarter of i Mil tea starters 1 dassh r New lork. Ath le-Uc club first li br 1 iune second, lime 40 8 f set i Is JMM Mile on Lhauipioimhip two starters t I Vnlloii) N H Vau Sickleu btcoud I i J-j n iy 4-5s Une Mile ian Ii m n four n and Merrill of Boston first (TUSS er in 1 Banker New Athleiit tlul seeoud lime 3m 1 5s I tain HILL N Chicago three New rk men j i ihlie rode _ Iumvtrn Win Ifip Hiid Olthena of Chi mt HDL in f Lumsden s tint (iitUn-. t. nd and thud 1 uidi in 1 L iKue of liamj itslnj two I an 1 M M irph) first, Bt rs ai 1 H II ilutihms second llllll I 111 )S -4 I r< (fjit 1 ruin 1 iiRiiirptl I'l A l iMi N s serious atci 1 ut r 1 i tl 0 iwnre and HudsMi i ;i I b nt time mihs Mouth of Port H tun )i n About 250 fm of the Irn k to tht depth of fifty f ft mitt i 1 lu( Iho lake the same distant fn t irnin inn into the smkii 1 i v. I HI t ked kn giuier Allrt I M ifl 1 I n I I Ui h gs broken and n In I r B t in i lirnkunaii Mi Farrell w n 1 I u t trains are 1 It w 11 t ikt to re pair tl o tun L I h w as built on a qui k sand 11 1 Whon u MAM MarrlfN HlKTroiibh khiK Sif r n imtttft 1 KI t In suet m. with Mr TK f Otih Mt Irni u h n th his 1 ndt nftir th< w 1 1 i x 11 i 1 i r 111 aw tlu w 11 the t ij h i i 1 thr i 11 Isi 1 un 1 Miuwl it u t i b mt( km Hint, w 1 i xt em u Mr M n N bore n u i h 1 1 n Ti IT LS bhg( I I t u] in i ni ik  1 n 1 1 1 th< 1 n U Kr' "i i  rt tune tin oistei spat u ill h 11 e att lebed itsi If t J t! shell surface in 1 become i isil le to th n il e 1 tl In i M u 01 tu J the i uiu iiill be eniuffhtihecl in ed t thulids I lie 1 tl l I el it! s on the older stock m the f ilk ind then tke it liaritst Tr_mnm., it tins time of the u ir the 11 h le f tee of ste liners if, 1111 titkle tin euminin encmi Hie aic tikin up in lire called 01 er, all tke st irs drills mil n inkles picked out bl han 1 and the tistiis if rut reidl for maiktt ire put buck on neu Oisters M 11 ta muketiblo size in tl ice >r foui 11 us but this is determined 1} ot home consumption ptopli i ri fpr ilirr i m st r tl in can i picmes an 1 as a uile tlu 1 itter are diumi in the m uter of bleed Ihe bound Piintissba} shreiisburi Iliritm nier in 1 other IM 11 known pceuhir to tke lo ctliti but the11 met i most fuoredisthe -liluu P int ser 1 oistfia, g.ru lirgpli biought from Viryim and pi inted in the great beds on the Jtrsi i Connecticut and i iiekjniiliirnsdf bushels eientuallj find then na> to the Neiv ork mirkets If ion 11 tnt to I if L upon a hi ely scene, contumid the speaker usit the great rlier A barge is about lutl feet k ng and 40 feet II and is connecte 1 11 ith the bank by a inoi ible pi itform th it rises and tallb Mith the tide Ihe i vster openers sit around the nails taking tlu ir suppl; from baskets of e muted o steis ind opening them with adiUmt) an 1 rupi lit) that is, surprising to one 11 ho his neierst n the operation Ihe men ire paid bl the t lions mil and expoit mil open (i MI icti-thousand daj s nu st ib othusiitik the ojster and it is sul jf th iiomin openers in rairHaien t jnn that ttix) can keep a shell flunk in the in ill the time and throu an oister from the p >mt of a knife through L knoth ile or into the mouth of a person foui fett distant i pailful la openi I it is t iken t) me corner the con tents pi un d into a (.ig uuic tl i colander and tin 11 itn i n 1 j me ill md to dram oif 1 lie} ue thin 11 ash 1 in fresh water and pi nit d diretth into i tub for ship ,ment Ihtse tie si nt ill oier the couutrj San rrineisco tikin, t lem bl carloads, Mil waukti Clncin) Kinsis Citj Detroit St I olils an 1 (th r distiibutmg p jintb ab sorbing thim ds in Uuvt quantitiis troth opi ntil and in tin shell e dnide the ojsttis into thru L.I idi and culls Ihe hrst me us 1 tofn the next for rtstauiiint stms ml the third for churth fin ovfiter ,H rs g< )d many li, tl k th it ixti i liiip.e ijblcra me neee-ssuil) the best but I prefer the small SCI NF Al TUP MslM I 1 S uius t i tnnt ntnt H ultnattd i is i h ipUtttt thnn an old one just IIB i in v, tin kin is more tendei than an ol 1 htn Hnw 1 in tn n irt fortign rs are i t t nuntioni 1 in the bn it li I IIP tpnd foi in attune flnnn 1 n if dipj i 1 inRsolu tlnn f i f pi i r an 1 I kn w f f no foreunn variety thst i imls my of 0111 t ui Man) attempts' i 1 u n madi t tin od the Aiiurit m Vsltr on the olid   Is an 1 making Still tin I s) in irl 11 at rim izejj us t l lu i i t f i h i is mils t f bush and the dt man 1 to be Tho old (A[ t nn tr in wt nt int it dis-inr tatlonr n sholl Irnli t-unialh O ho said whin kt j t in t h O 111 nl II e 1 n t onthtir la kn md f jjun an uusi nal RprinkhriK will hn t tlirat tin i ml i f n weok than if uitt n as ni is t lit an fr  Hhould ulmi i j I i n tlim I i U in emit r t i lih w thi in t ik in tin ir >w n JUKI lun st ou MB folh the shape of the woed until it has formed aim st a complete eli h Hert. is another s[ ecimeii m which the elbtel eieof a bea spider, a bt rt fcioss a lobstei crab and bhrimi and a ventrtl le seaieuger ol the bea btrange to bai 11 hen 1 obtained the ni ndestti[ t both the s[ i ler and his neigh b r ueie alue Here is another sample- u maiine iiedding between a clam and OJSUM In fact thtrn is no end of the cun us attachments tl at are formed at the t tt rn of the st i -Vn interesting 1 j et is au oyster in its momicnej seen through a ml roscopewhen it is ini isibleaa a hi mt thing to the naked 1 tait palpitating tut regularly as the p n lulum of tt clock Oistirs always u themsehtR on their left side The shell IB tlrat fol med over the tip then beneath Ihe muscles fastening the hiaheto Hi tied Dually shrink, and the eistcr Is then of Imj itaace Speaking of museled in blvahea, it is a fact not generally known that if you han die a hard Uamtenderl) it will yield to the knife with but little pressure, but drop it ina bapket where there are flve huudred other clams and even muscle in the flve hundred will instanth contract a re- sistance that sometimes compels you to break rtM shell In ituext cltuis "Soft t-lams dou t ruoi e but slum her contentedly in their beds of muu until the fisherman wauts his chowder or his bait, hard or round clama, however, pos seas the faculty of sinking themselves in the sand having a kind of foot or feeler with which they dig their way down "Ihe mussel is also another curious den Izeii Df the sea, and like tEe oyster, at tarhes itself to-all torts of substances mid assumes the most singular shapes and clusters They should be eaten m the au tunin the spawning season being in the spring when, if Ihey are likely to produce u cutaneous eruption Like cer- tain kinds of oysters however, they are thej produce fine pearls About tu enty years ago there was a gen eral pearl hunt iu many parts of the United States which resulted in the find ing of a number of rich specimens In a mus'spl pearl was found in New Jer- sey near Salem mere than an inch in diameter, and was afterii ird sold in Paris for 000 The pearl mussel has long been famous for the beautiful excretion found -in Jts- shell, w fiK.lt 19 -much used for ornamental purposes A SEASIDE RESTAURANT Ihe to the ojster, is one of the most palatable of sea fruit' Among the crusaning knights jou may remember, its shell used to H orn as a badge The scallop of America isfound along the Long Island shore and the entire eastern coast The best, however, mmo frnm RViotte Isl- and and are taken to thp Ttostnn rpnrlfot In their habits thij are like wild geese groups it night there maybe mds of bushels on one side of a chan nil three ci four hundred feet wide, and the m n rning jou find one, not l straggler left behind trans jiHntul J_o t UL opposite shore In moUQg. the) open tin shell and expel the waitr mlundei ihe circumstances their speed i-, si mUlung remarkable Winy tl ink they are too wch for ordi- nan tit in, but when scallops are ste-w ed inj ilj seasoned white sauce thej form i li h lu fora king rtm 11 went ditp into bl i ihuhr 1 n and, like all of his clats knen T look what he talked about in tli m t i ipnned stjk, but its repeti tion in 1 tul require another chap ter rtLIi G Di FOXTAINE Few children can be Induced to takp physic without u stiuggle, find no drugs are ext remely nauseating Ayer s Pills, on the contrary, being sugar coated are eagerlj swallowed by thelittlp nnpn and are, therefore the-favorlte famll} medicine pllY CF TEENTON. LICEiNSE APPLICATIONS The following named persons having filed applications for license with the City Clerk, according to law, dne notice Is hereby given that the said applications will be considered at the next ixeeting, of the Board of Excise, uu 8KFTBMBEE 10, 1890 FIBST WAED. Dilts, W D, renewal, retail, 119 and 121 East State street WARD. Cobine, John A., renewal, retail 154 North Willow street Buckley William J renewal, retail 4fl West Hauover street. Conry Michael, renewal, retail, 005 South oUool Klemnur Jacob, renewal, retail, 163 South B oad street Social Turn Verein, renewal, retail 160 South Broad street, Carney James renewal, retail 288 North Clinton avtuuo Curnmiugs Mrs A. F., renewal, retail 71 Tyrrell avenue Jsuios, transfer from JoliB Tynan, Aid North Clinton Fallou, Martin renewal, retail 332 Carroll street SIXTH WABD Kelly Owen, renewal, retail cor Centre and Lalor streets McUrath, Edwsrd, renewal, retail, 801 Lambertou Tobui, William renewal, retail, 662 Second street SEVENTH Cole, Thomas renewal, retail 731 Prince- ton avenue, Kerns Meyer renewal, wholesale 122 Bose street Prince, Joseph renewal, retail 731 Prince ton avenue NINTH Duff Thomas transfer from Wm. Lovett, 800 bouth hnton avenue TENTH Cantwtll James, renewal, retail, 228 Koebling avouuo ELEVENTH WABD 1 lynn, Jamofi, renewal, retail 82 Jersey street POOL APPTTCATIONS. THIRD WABD. Millington, E B 1308onth Broad street FOUBTH Huff, F M All South WarfAD atroot riilH WABD Smith William North Broad street SEVENTH WABD. Simmons John Jr 13 Tucker street ILRVKNrH WABD Oropp, Charles cor Adeline and Elm streets JNO 0 OWKN8, City Clerk .J 8-27-3 98 iPUO. -4 TUAN 1 L IOKLD HER IliVLHI 1 r I tuffir d fruru b 1 in as u I r 11 d affi ti i t kn d r tl ut rut l ul t 4 fdlllcr ntinidi u wuith t no i jr (irup ibli IL 'D  MANHOOD tollr Rntond How lo ml. ortrhraWttk IMlKVELOPtDOROAtStriDTSOl BODI. ioluttr unruilnft IIOttB [n a flijv nt'illlrrr n ierlptlte 1) b, rijiltnirlcm nod prooft ERIE MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO. N. V. renton Watch. The most reliable watch for the money. Call and see the large assortment at THF RWIUmW JKWKIKU, 120 Periy Street Opposite Trinity M K Ohuroh J. 6. HOBEN8AGK, Second, PHIA, PA, The leading specinllit In Tonihfnl Impiu- Hencs. Young men contemplating tnirrlige Aend for Taiiroble STedloal Jloofe. Bnni on receipt of 2c stamp CoimdlUUon honrs 8 A M Mil J P, M from 6PM until 9 P X nicw.it rn PnrdaT" Conversation Between Two Young Overheard on the Street. Maggie it too bad, I worked all week to pay tor my crayon that I had copied and It le no good Where did yon have your crayon copied? Maggie Philadelphia. lAioy I had UH eletwt crayon port. Kit made by subscribing for a publication, which contains new and serial stories, departments of science and Information wit and humor, ladles' and children's latest fashion plates and sheet music, and the publication coste onl-' m aggie Lucy, where did yon get it so nice and cbeapT Tell me and I will go, too. Lncy go, and everybody can go and examine the work, which is executed In the highest style of the art, and so easily to be bad, only by paying ten cento per week for the publication, which yon can get at f HARRY FEIQLBON'B, 144 Perry street. Trenton. Tne Keal t state, Safe Deposit, Trust and Investment Co., w ST A i.fa X, 1HKNTON, N. 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Car to Phila- delphia, daily (01 Plttsbnrg Chicago ftncln- and 8t IffliUr dully except fcturdiT for and Toledo 9.60 p m Pacific K- urrau, with Pullman Vestl bnle Sleeping Can, dally for Pltuburg, Chicago and Toledo, except Sataroiy for Clevr> land, 8t Lonli, and Cincinnati Kiprcus leaves Philadelphia at 4 p m. dally lor C nclnnttl St. Pullman Voatlbule Bleeping Oar to Cincinnati and St Louis Passenger coach to Colnmbus, and Dining New York to Al and Columbus to St Connecting train leavet Trenton at 2.45 p. m weekdays J HOI noon Bnndays For Baltimore Washington South i.27 6.63.7 00, 7 66, 9 Parloi Can, 1186 a m .X2.2J 8 r, (CoagrwmionpJ Umltei) knd Dining Oars, 4 6 85 and 10 47 p in Ou Bnnday, 111 S3 7 M 10.10 a m (O ugnwionil Limited Riurrai Parlor and Dicing Cars, 4.42.) 635, 10 47 p m For Baltimore only, 2 45 and 960p m For points on Chwuipeake 4 Ohio Railway and Cincinnati Sleepers, blniog Car, and Coachel m dally For Philadelphia, (Broad J J7 7 48 00 9 28 10 10 10 10 mmitod B prtna, Parlor Care, 11 36) a m, llSO, 153 2.28, lit, 3.87 4 28, tig, 617, 885' O'ndll47p.m Sunday trains, a 5 63, 7 t 9 1 and 1148 a m 6.19 6 86 7 47, 8 8 r and 10 47 p, m Aooom 9 8U, m 1241118 a.50. i.tx, sar JWTTQ 12.01, 6 08, 7 00, 8 80 and 9 05 p m For Kenilngton, 130, 7 00, 8 00, 9 00, 9 30 and 11.47 a.m, 1240, 118 260 843 'i 28. w) Bu'idi; VikluE 9 29 a. Ul U 01 5 C3 7 00 n D For dmden, e 46, 7 41 9 11 ai l w 168, 7 oo and 9 56 p m. Snndajs' For New l ii6 5 0 6 Si 6 2i 7.46, 9 10, M 08 11 60 a. m 12 12 37 C Fxpresa Parlor ITS t >s 320 4.10, 4.4U DUO, I JJ, I M, 710, t Vn> 10 p m Bnnoays l J6, 4 20, 5 f o JO Ji 10JT7 a m 1.87, 3.28, 4.10, E 7 J. lit t 03 Aooum 9.87 a. m 6 06 p. m Snndijt 1.87 a. n, For Boston, without chunge, 10 47 a m week days, 7 80 p m, daily connection ti made Bt Broad S et Btatt a Philadelphia, with treinj (or Ms unk CJD inohockon. NonLiWt'i Phcpiu c 'olo- towii, Be-fllng, Hemburt, t o.d lota mniiftte polnte. and flt (jeiiiani forpoluU ou the Senasntow! a i For BrooklTO, N. Y, throagii triirn oo-inea. at Jersey City with boau of afrbrdlng direct uansfer u> tnd jru Ft s avoiding le twlafr t -tirrijj aon New York city. For .Newirk 1 41 11 Ul j ill 449 7 00, 7 (f, 10 48 r ir Oj c 4.20 t m W i m For Newark only 5 80 a m to, 2 M s 20 p. m Snnday, 80, 10 37 a m For UP 7 j, 4 f? n U 5, 4 10, 4 49, 6 05, 7 8n %a 10 58 m a ,_ day, 1.8o, 6 00 g jj SB i il a i J) For nrtncotoj 10, io 12.17 dally texcept Snnday for f.iton, Belvidere 7 48, 9 05 J 1 00, 6 00 and 8 00 p m Sunday 8 00 p m For ouly, r55i p- m weefe days Jfor Iimtxmvlilj 7 48 9 1 0 S 40, 5 00 664an4800p m Sunday 8 00 p m For Fluminfftxm, 9 Oo a m 1 00 and 00 p m pinept 3uodi.y. for ButrMo Buie 8 03 p. m dally For it, ll as a m 1 22, 2.68, 4 M, 6 JO, 6 38 7.00 and I Slinoa; 160, a. m, 4.10 aud 9.10 p. n For Highblown. and sonm Am Day, by way of 41 a m. 414 p. m.. Highhiioiru only, 6 88 p m Jirtiaabarg For am 12. 5, and 6.60 p, m via Monmouth Junction Bnnday, ftnd 9.20 a m For MS. 7 41 AI n u8 m i" O) ml Fui Oape May, 7 41 a. rn, ana J.53 p tu ton lay m For Sea City and Ooota oily 7 41 a m and 1f% p. m Snnday 6 60 a m for Atitntto Olty, e.45 a, m 1 m 317 (with througb Parlor Car and Day p.m. m For 00, 7 46, 9 20 a m 12 '5, i 39, 4 36, fl.06 and 5 60 p m Via MonrroVtn JanctiOn, Snnday, 5 00 and 9 20 a m For Browns MIIIKIU the-Flnes, a.m, 6.10 p m dally fi VI a m For a and 817 p. m, dally, except Sunday For Beach Haven anl Barnegat City, 7 41 a m 2 53 and 8 17 p m w_eek dayj For Long Branca atid stations on New York Long Branch KaIlroad-6 00, 7 20 a m., 12 85, 8 39 4.20 4 and 5 06 p. m, Saturday only 6 50 p m Sunday, 5 00, 9 211 a m For Sea Girt only, 6 60 p. m week days jraOM ainnKf BIATIOH. For flslvldere, 4o 7 a m 1 Oo, 5.05 and 8 05 p m.duly 8 06 p. m. For Rpfton Heek dHya. lor BnBalo, BnCei hleepar, p m flaily. For Flemlngton, 910 a. m I 05 and 5 05 p m dally, exceft Snnday, For 7 6J and 910 a m 1 05, 8 46, 59 and 805 p m Sunday, 8 05 p m FHOM BOUlli rBSHTOK For PhlixlBlplila rtroel) 632, 9 a m, 6 and 9 09 p m Sunday lr-lni, u OS, 5 DO, 8 32 and 907 p m. Foi Kenrrington 6 OS, 8 02, 9 82, U.4V a, m., 11.12, 252, and 8 82 p. m On Snn day, 12.08 6 06 p. m For Nun York, 1 m, 7 37 8 68, 9 a. m and L17, 8 18, 4.IB, 46, 7 22, 8 51 and ll gu p. m, On flnnd'y, 1M 8 86 m 3 13 .1 B, FKOU BROAD BTHKKt, Kot 43, 10 I m 1 2 65 416, 757 p m Saturdays only, 52J p m. Un Bnndays, 52, U 62 a, m and 412 9 12_p m. For fflgnatown, Jnnesburg and South Amboy, 7 48 a m aud 116 p m dai'y, eioept Sunday For mghtrtown only 610 p E> only, 124 p IT daily, except Sunday For Browns Mills lu tne Pines, 7 a m. and 2 65 p m Saturday only, 5 2i p m San- day 6 52 a m For Tnokerton, 7.44 a 13, (ad 35) f, m, daily, AYOept Sunday For Beanh Ravan and Baroegat Olty, 7.48 m and 2 55 p. m., week days For tlokew ana raruiet information Inqnlieat SUtlon Ticket omoe. tablM be procured al 0Mb fl The Horse Failroad u. will M" "xl deliver to anil tr rtv Uoia and orders to be left at mintim Station, u on niserent OHA8.B.PUQH, J R VvOUD, Manages. Gen Passenger Agent JOS. OEAWFOBI) Snpt N Y Dlv F WOLOOTT JACKSON, Gen Snpt. U B B ofN J Dlv. i N 'i-' i, N Q OF ATX AT THK TRKNTON TTMKS JOB   

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