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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               I H U'lER IV ult 11> id t the i l n- T she bustle th it fulhmed f furniture au I i t fscape through tb i hmu' fiiliU Strlk Ii sM lams that she re- i Ural on hilf an i _K HS in 1 tnt llUitu n h 11 turue f r CM A in tht soil h t ind us nmnj in it be vuit up to its pre the track re- e but the hiatus re- UiiLOversd It {JaiiLed right n 1 t) extern! like a t ill-slant road lo the h i fill the great wheat in lu h she was shut off A i f brtiitj i-n way a i' her She drtMv back tn ut '-tair, anl perhaps her n Mu 1 -runt ion A volet bo 1 i i-h tit once recognized jri 1 lai calmness t JKI iu there miss the inventor i eat riuch ou ho seback, and fir He had just ridden out M f ic -siunt of the chasm 'But M.I i to got siid bluntl J im up I reckoned t at t e split might be deeper but in t s 1 r id n the rnck outcrop theie th in i tnt- adobe hut I found it so it i- f he might ilert mttlh i d "i et '-ht noth 1 a in )inf nt 1 i mis: hiu bu'ii badly t fimtiu i i up there be- 11 i 11C d 1! i 1 id to bneflv and f Ih I i- i t fright- U kn it -3 au t-aith He gent in in, II 1 n 1 k, 1 t u i't ul thit 'uas ause It i id re -all i, p SL. it 8 u ibodj r 11 lu the unlonked t that s the tl ing that UiT1 tht-ti i r i uifte that i Q it illv 1-5 -cmi s, startled f r-L tht bin 1 eh t-cl I illiii t c qu ike he ui'. y H ar str ti _ Ilk that I i, nalh t xptct f r it ai-var b UiturifTi u ti m i MK f t i i If 11 Ii ult ire! nngrilj 1 1 t h it vo i i 1 A 1 it tlur affair 'The T, 1 -I f HI t ittd ic uith t IT in well M Didn t i n tj it IM c u No suit tj.il IU a way I eii t n 1 D t 'Will tl li f iter has n I-M tl c uu pltt h I hit -whit 1 in here f >r Ihe uajor sent f r m it 'Anhir, tint taut t l 1 It v. i1- hK tui ti t 1 k at her wonder ingh If i 1 miird> it means ruin for th rinth le sail seriomU He w heek 1 his h ji nodded gravely and tr ttt 1 11 Maj H n of the life blood f th raiiL.li j fly-shed across hersuddeulj bit kntw n thing of ur the v  j p 1 the 1 115 summer dr ih guessed that thi Ire, t f il i tl j i ike had struck at the li pern r li it. pttpk whim oalj a h JUT iu> ihc had been proud to 1 ne un lei lug goodness of w L.- t ichtl Slnuld she let fi it not really, ih a in-.li ler-tan ill in i irh a mnmentf illi it 1 j IH n.l> t i i 11 i been tu evj.mm -i i so Impor tm f i htr frith her until momenta after betwi She turn 1 tho hous L t t nun --1 i 1m I r an 1 i i i bu.n tif i boeu attentirtn- legiaus feoaiu idl i ers m su. i i to the M. Lmil i! ah uit J i_ gentl nn i pen jr t i tl cj" her u i formn! 1  aud }et un BO dcpr M ITke tosu tl K t for he woul n t 71 i n c Ji r- I v. ra I i 1 mi beforo t i- -h luj iln m in el I the admiring uu men elerka and col i tnfU h i aud of pro i hi i s an 1 stock brok l Sit l 1 t i f ber but LU der'-Uin 1 h In her n irralla A pink fl i i tlie n v symp ill i ti arms But it s M 1 In awure jf U an Inst i i' t n wait in filth jiivii lij it 1 1 BY FRANCIS BRET HARTE tpyrJght All rights reserved 11 h t -t si a flatter 11 L, 111 i e w a.s in t --ti i i _ t i f tint trust m 1) i i i 1 i i i- she 111 full a n i tht, dis 1 u 1 l i 1 t 1 It l htr father )i i lu f m the fih light i th i 4 in Mrs t i i t hut right r htr new con _hu i of a busi c r knd ttgumst f t actioo I uUar and 1 _, m t onsider 1 n i ti 1113 The i MI unt and embar i ul i h t 1 limiting Kmlle's i nt iiuta, and was i t rpieted b} the oth Ji 1 her conscience bj t 11 mlidcnee of her in ij run the first op ppr m ni u f i M r-M h n t 1 ith t1 i i t lilt' i Httil III- n 1 iM i t II it dtli_ n n t tl l t tunu Ih i t il i1 11 ho rand U i i i of pleisiug aa U ti n ys t think _ an-i not bolug f n t K) wt cr-Pitl) 8U n th t to I n i notice T i out ring or n rhnrsclflah af i t uf tin ulgftr mkuu miterial .a 1 She fi It {tht would ILC n )t hei father t n to htj not to the il with 1 ml who w jiildun i I L j i it s m  i if i rn k. t thtwtj k( it irnf uts f s ml p ittmK a l l K r achul i f r ishiDg Km 1 Iph H t i I u it! ii( she s t i 1 with it t i vpi ik f i t nt r hhi. ould i 1 Iph told h r But i i in 1 A I l i tlit '.n 1 read 3 i 1 w erf 11 an in su sent IK right n 1 i your u A tcvi ho tijTio and K K t 1 il il i t ir f t n r i. He hwal i r IK H As ou k< i u is w ulnig lf-jf iU li and all 1 ui rt on i IK 1 I h p  She was about tjj cxplai-H why-, when it occuired to lir th it Mis Randolph had onl} en him as ppusstd of the telegrmn iiu 1 that she would be betraying her or again t tk i si 'es In this partisan dnidtd h 11 ie U h s me hesitation she at la.st ilhuUHMhi icculent to the ar tesiati dl The in ij r di 1 n >t a.sk her how she had heard of it it was a bad business, he tin u0ut b it it muht nut be a total loss Thowiitti ni n b en onl} diverted by the sh k in 1 lit foimd again at a low t r k 11 MIS urn lateral fissure He had suit hniiif lorn ei tr at the wheat ranch who was uhiiu up these things with in-- im nti that was his opini MI "N 1 jm is not a well digger, but u was K mrilU known that he had "loc ittd (me or two and had long ago ad- vised tht 11] jf th it flow by a second imriug in o ise f ju-tt such an emergency ht hil asked h.ow the young lady MBit or w is ml Jioped she had not boon a] irmed th t irthijuake Rote ft it In is U hit w LS in it singular with an unex- pected an 1 it rumtd to her, ildiculous pleasuic ilth utjli outwardlj she appeared it tlit complet-ely And bhe li ui in intuition of so easily jlac it d If this man thought by peifumt i} ch to her Gu make up for his clow nishness to her ha was mistaken let him eco it he t illc 1 to morrow She quickly turned the rei and em- 1 imv is will call m some if tin t w it Is r itei w itchts at once Hut the in ij( r like in im other well man igt 1 husbinds wli i uc liumortdly out i t t t-t-ifii i iti 11 s itishiUA of pros pei n IM 1 TI i UK i uf so irr .ulver- fin 1 it tlu pi isput of obliged t i L. iii 1 t i ithful struggle had ie ill 1 s t f tin i uUpenihute of tint 1 tn d He 1 ki 1 up and qmetl} Baid If his ii 1 ihi i-. irt. is clear aud satis- fi t MII 11 w is tht; were todaj I sh ill trtainh ti t i secure his services 1 hen I tan t s I would prefer the watti wiuh lit at It would not repre- jcnt d thh 'f micj boru who have thems ilh uncuil and dis- agree bit t i us I am afr tld Tosephiue, we have not tried t j maki oursthes particularly agree- able t them -iiil the major If that i ui onh be done bj admitting their I prefer should remain unchil Onl} kt it be understood major, that if} ou chome to take this Tom, tht to mend >our well jou will at least kft p him there while he is on the propei t} Itli A hat ret irt major would kept up tins miugil discuwsion, already boginnint, t) be aw k ward to tho discreet tkn wuTjxH-H w-as-suddenly stop} cd In a bulkf h m the rosebud lips of the mgtiimus Vdele Whj lie s er} handsome when his face Is cle ui and his hands are small and not at all hard And he doesn't tMk Iftnst bit or comiuon JChtrt isttM a dead silence, "And pray wheie did ou s( him, and what do >ou know ab< ut his h asked Mm Ran dolph, lu her in it desiccated voice "Or has the UIKJ u resented you to I ''tinnldn't be "No but huiitate 1 the young girl, withaurt un m uisc hko audacity, "vfhen you sent me to ufutr Miss Mallorj I came up to him just after he haxl spoken to her and he st ippo 1 to iwk me how we all w LIT and if Misjs Mallurj were really Erighteno 1 tb d aftt s all An 1 who taught to converse with comim n stnuigm and shake hands with Lkeiu, eoiitinuetl Mrs llandolph with nar- rowing lips m unm i but I thought if Miss Mallorj wh is a uing could aptak to him so could I w ho am nut out yet We w nn t dis iis4 thin any further present s ud Mrs R mdoLph stlfnyr as tha major ailed grinih at R< se "The earth- quake se i w ilk il ui t no oue euulcl think it i wLshtd fathu uut hti> that bht mi0ht home f hti uu i km to talk to >et bhe kntu n t whit to to turn if he wete here she wiUJtul sume _ mptitluzb with IILF ftoJmgs-or rather, ptrh ips some UUL lu tumbat anil ridicult the uneasiness that had lute !y come1 tr her Slit knew w hat her fu ther would su> DJ w int to go ur do }ou want to ataj hcie" Do like these or du }uu uutf bhe reiucmbercd :ht uie ur glowing and euthubinijtic ueuunu sht had written him of hei rt an i felt herself blushifig hut uld he t limit of Mrb Riindolph a JH ning aud answering the nildn t he find out from the m ij n if .ht had garbled the Kenst of his disp Vw i} tu the right, lu the midst uf tht lisi mt and held tl i u i" ht suue intermittent stai w hn h hkt n ing breathing thing seemed to dilatt m glowing respiration and which sht had it t n the first night of her fit nt s '01 ge It must be noailj light now The poor fellow had been up all night] or Ise stealing thkfjirL} march uu the da} She recalled Adele s suddtn cul if him The first iidturil smile that had .unit? Lo lit i lips MiiLf thet 11 th jii iki. 1 l ke .ip her restraint and si tit lu i b ick nore like her old self tohn ctuth But she had not proceeded fai tow ud the tent wheu she heard the sound of low votetw approaching her It WUH the major and his wife, who, like hetself hid cu leutlj been unable to sleep andweie up jetunts V new instinct of secrctnuuss, which she felt was parti} thy effect of her irtihcial surroundings cfiecked her first jji3tinct to cali to tHem, uid hhe Irew back deeper m the shadow to let .hem pass But to her great discomtltme he major in a conversation il itoppexl directly in front of her "iou are wrong, I tell you, a thousand umswumg The girl 13 simpl} upset bj his earthquake It's a great pit) her at hi r didu t come instead of Vnd, bj rather than hear an} moie jf this 111 send for him myself said the najor, inaneuergeticbutsuppresaed And the girl won't thank you and ou'llbeafool for your pains 'returned Mrs Randolph with dry persisteiicj "But according to jour own ideis of jropntt} Mallory ought to be the nrst one and by me too Not m this case Of courst befuie ictual engagement is on you can speak of .mile's attentions But suppose Mnllory has other iuppose he declines the The man 3 no fool "Thank }ou' But for that re-uson e mubt Listen to me, major, if he doesn't are to please his daughter for her own uke hew ill to do so for the bake of ecenc} Yes, I tell jou she has thorough y compromised enough if t is known, to spoil am other engage iient her father may make Why Adele' The day of the earthquake she ab olutelj had the audacitv to send him nut f the room upstairs into your stud} for ier fan, and then follow him up there J.one'_ The knew it _ I knew it, orTwas In "her room at the" time with 'ather Antonio The earthquake m ule it lam to Decline Mr Mallorywill think twice about it e does that What s s there There was a sudden rustle in the bushes .ke the pass ige of some frightened amm il nnd then nil woe itill agtin TO BE COHIINUBD. HE POLHICAI WQRID. Ipeaker Reed Warmly Wel- comed at Boston. HIS VIEWS ON NATIONAL AFFAIRS A Few Allusions to Hh Attitude in the House of Repi esentatlves Cairoll S. Page, Republican, Elected Governor of at Saratoga. BOSTON, Sept Thomas B, leed, who w on his way to Maine to par- ioipate in the political campaign in that tate, addressed a large audience last night n Faueuil hall Mr Reed was given a ousmg welcome Mr Reed expressed the reception givp" him, ajmg it was a great satisfaction to any man to know that the people of the United states were behind his associates and him ?he strength of a nation was the strength if her united people What terrified the wrong doers was a nation of good men 3e said that all progress was over the ruins of old, institutions It was amazing o notice the history of the house of repiti- icntatives and of congress, to see how in detail was carried out the principle that when things were to be done the Repub- ican party did them The men were en renched behind the use and wont of their ives, and being so eutrenched fought des wrately against any one who undertook o inaugurate needed innovations Con- tinuing he said The Surplus Question. "The great struggle which has boon made >y the Democratic house of representatnes jottis has beau uot to be oeoiutuiii-al lu the expenditures of the but to :ut down the sum total of appropriations rhey-huvc been gtrhing way t-o 3ile up the surplus, not merely by taxa tion, but b> parsimoin in their action in ;he expenditure of monej So long as they could point to the clogging of business which resulted from the storing of money m the treasury they seemed htippj but now they are lashowniK that the surplus has disappeared 'Ihej are unable x> be contented either with a surplus or without one Ihere m no doubt but that :he expenditures of tho are ftboufe to (tpprotuh its receipts, but any man would make a nmtake if that it was in anj waj a result of extnna game or carelessness with the public mrm oy that a dollar has been appropi lated by either which dues upon il the stamp of the necessities of the em roent and nobodj who does not carefully coumder tins matter (au the righteous action of the Republic in party in the house and senate and how much cost them to m a trno and proper htnw Alteu'pd Trrrvum RnldH 'There has IMIMI ertist uieut broad cast of this surplus, and human nice and want has been set to trj and get hei to mnnej out of tin trtimui) for other than public purposes t ut not one of the1 schemes has been All the ex pendittire 1ms bt en h imate just an. proper c shall t luntlj our in come We shall nlso nduce taxation t< the extent of in addition there t-o One gn Ht tlemotit of (Xpendituro n pension legislation which is not under stood in Now England nnd the chnractp of it is not full} npprot In no othe subject can any man me tho greatness am thought thut ia in l grent republic AVitli un tho woldier i comparatively content with he ha received and with what H prommtfi hm in the near future rfRut in the west theie exists ft different ff-oliug "TheupBtoriPS about ft surplus have emolument to man in the set vice have hud to meet not merelj the contention of those w ho ate parsimonious and not willing to il wluit was fall tL the boldieis but those w ho w lulled to do s i h thuigb us ith the i lesent tl the Kovernuu nt u mp smbk with it an 1 nun U is with those th ii tin Republican p M apples witli the and sttlvts H it h that measiui f j istict w Inch s n is f actt i lo the w h 1 it pic of the COUULTJ The siUn Oiiestion i tl H postoihu dt i ut ml due net. 1 ul meitdbe t he nttcssities uf th reqmiLtl u Iditiona wt i p HC t gn it to tht L pit Such is i' i yiow th (t lit i mitrj wt n 1) Wiis saftl} e ti nsut all qiuxii m Una wpnit On If Pitific coff-t i 1 m 'lit i s) i s In K w is a will n and that tht n h u 1 be open t tit fiti coinagt 11 il he sih er in the ill the oth i I i I HI was a ie i i it le feai on the p u t I tn in ot u paits of tht ijuntn f t should I nothing whi )i w ti i L.I Id out f tin coutitr} an 1 i it n metalism ni i 1 wei plant Ih i MI t litis been MM i i h owing totht I cti n of a nieint i f confess fu ni tin ite of Massacl lhat s has beLii whiyh be mliQK siUir siftl} to j u tJthe tli s i untrv 1 he loss of i iitcultt' n will It n id t up and tht n L iluliun of tin uu itn t 111[ ted t-o its t-4 mads i HI illation growi at t e iatt of tw u 1 nil millions in a ind Us eiieul it on neitases m a still attr ratio Hi DtfeiuU UU Itill lion ULIIIJ CU 't Lotlgu followed Mr itul whom he t n ni glow tti m lieu miiir the f 1 i n cite ti oil1- i I imid should uitiiiiUo it tli billot -box and rf a Itallot Is nt-1 f ifl the Tioith It is i It in the sou! 1 it is- right even w lit re A e hut wu'-std i bill that follows the ilmn ballot 1 ill tnd has no force but he-foice behind tm bill IlepublK HH Ht Saratoga. S VH VlooA N Sept 4 Ihe New State L UMK f Republican Clubs is its n tmal intttmg A pop il n m ibS meet i ii innounced for this with l i Juliu M Iliuitton of Nebi isku, ex V i ant Postmaster tl John b n ot Iowa, aud Heiiij abnt Lodge as sj t iktrs ihe executive L minitUt of the National oIRepuhkLu 11 April 21 is the datt for ihe next annutl con ention at Ciucm ititi Hepresentatiou H 0 be the same is last delegates it large from e it i st iU and two from each 'onnrcssional district having Republican inba Ciiuoll S I'itfc fur Go-vfinur. BlRLINCrTON Vpt hundred .ml t wus t (ilLt T 77j Biighun I) m Ijh41 all oth r- If mnjoritj 13 The sum in IBSb giv D llumhuu (Rep 3 t 01 Shurtlett I) in ill 108 niajont} f i Ji II t U pn'.nc ins then icduted m ij nt re due to the fact th if this is an off ir Balm' Allays Pain and leak the Sores, Restores tbe e-Hu. of and Srnell. THE CUKE. A particle IB applied Into nonlfll and IB agreeable Price 50 cents at by mall, 60 cents. ELY BROTHERS, 56 Warren St, New York. liAYLOR OPERA HOUSE FRIDAY AND SA'IUEDAY, 8EPT 5 AND 6. A Noable Event, "PAUL Steete Mackaye's Picturesque, Romantic, Thrllllnc Drama. Realistic, Living Tab- leaux of the stormy times during the Reign of Terror, with anu a strong company 50 and 76o Sale of seats com- mences VS ednesday at Donnelly's. MOONLIGHT EXCURSION. THE PRET1K TITTLE STKAMKK KUMAKTII Can be engaged by private parties for DAY OK MOONT.TQHT EXCURSIONS Down the river to BOUUFMOWN, BRISTOL OR BU.lt- T.tNGTON. Apply at office, 180 Kast State street, or at Cliff Street harf. NKSHAMINY SUNDAY CONCERTS. COMMENCING JUNE 16, 1800. The flneflt progiRmmeof miiRlp evftr oflftrwl the public o ooooooo Jri'S Seventh Hand. oooooooo 3O 3O I evy, tbe Yl ot-ld'a Greatest Cornetlst, a Speetel Attraction Also, Wiener's OrlglDiilTroupe of Alabama Jubilee Special train 9.48 A M express, 1 80 P. M. way trtln, 2.10 P M EXCURSION TIOKKT8 UJSST8. 1NJ 't J RKCIFKOCITY GBF.A.T Sept. 8, II, OFFICES, EDWABD H MUEBHY, 11 State Bti-pct, Trenton, N. J. BOAKDM y  i iifl no Mtrtuiy, J Arsenic or HI v ]n 11" 111 i vtr It bund- lit t ril I h I i I il aid 1 H i f-H.iti.ri c t o U [i ii f IT L fr I l! !l t i to i u t VI i, uliir r r I 1 1) m 1 I J? w n I tni mil I ho Cod That Helps lo Cure i ho Oolil. The disagreeable COD LIVER OIL is dissipated m FFnULSION Of Pure Cod LKer Oil with HYPOPHOSPHITE8 JXTSTD SODA.. The patient suffering from CONSUMPTION, tOlt.ll, COLD, OR DlhEASLS, may take the remedy with as much satlsfa tlon as he would takw milk Physicians are preBirlb lug it Ills a perfect emulnlim. and a wonderful flesh producer. raKt no other H. BIT API ITT, COUNSELOK AT-U47V, Its Street, Trenton, It. ,l, OBr' S. BACKUS, OEOT T -U W, Hr BOTIDINO eerier Pt WcrreuStrob.r The United Ice Coaipanies. Wholesale f J 11, Retail. OFFICE B W COK 81ATEANUMON100MEKY BIS P O Box 6J9 lELKi-HONE 435 Stations for delivery Willow street, opposite Bunk and 100 Hamilton ave. PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY AND BUY THB Trenton Watch. 1 he niobt reliable watch for the money Call and see the large aBBortmentat II. THE BEI, ABLE JfcWKIKB, 120 Peny Street, Opposite Trinity M H Church WNHOODl hobmt, Boblo S JUM fully lo tntim kni KtnttitlfT rrum 60 ".talnti d linlga TTHUtbenl HOBtNSACK, SOS PA. The leading specialist n Youthful Tmprn- lenoo Young men oouwmplating marriage for Ttftlnable Medlettl Book. Sent on receipt of 2c s'Jrnp Oommltatlon honn 8 A. M till 2 P, M., from 6PM until 9PM Oloaod on Itnrdiym. The Real Estate, Safe Deposit, Trust and Investment Co., S.9 and SB w ST A j. STU T, JlKEHTOrf, N J TransactB a general banking bnsinruM Allows interest on rash deposits, subject to check at Bight Bents boxes of various aizes in ite fire and burglar proof the muter exclusively keeping the key. Acts as agent for collecting rents and for purchase or sale of real estate. Fiecntes trusts of every description, u Fxecntor, Administrator, Quardian, Trus- tee, etc Loans money on mortgage and on col- lateral Agents for Cheque Bank of London. Cheques for Bale, good in all parts of the world. HUGH H, HAMirf Tresidnnt. HENBY 8 Ln ILE, Vice President. ABA F SKIEM, Secretary BAEKEB QUMEEE, JB Treasurer. r HIT ATFTAMRRA 25 NOBIU WAKBKH BliUSKi, N J DIRKC1OBS. Hugh H Hamill, T N. Adams, Barker Qnmmoro, Enq Hau> Powers, Rarkfr Qnmmerf, Jr., Jamos Bnchanan, A Eoebluig, Owen H. Locke, H 8. T.lttle, L B. Bisdon, MoioJith Dickinson, J B. Gagkill, Edward Grant Cook, Edmund C. Hill, WilKam B Yard Albert Clayton TTPDKGROVr? IiBTTf, Propiletors r AHXXrtS UitOOK, Heaters, Binges Rid H HI''I Broort and TO3N N. ADAMS, ilVIL ENGINEER AND 8UEVEYOE, 214 8OU1H WARHEN STRFKT. Plans drawn, quantities calculated, surveys made in city or country V. APPEGATE, GRADUATE Comer (9 A M. (Fornl Klohey C 1) _ TRXNTON, J. J, i'he TRJye a Specialty. R. EDWIN FISCHER, Demonstrator of Operative Den- n' Dental Surgery, Philadelphia, Removed to Next door to Library Hall and PostofBce. Teeth extracted absolutely painless, with- out the use ol gas or ether administered also NOTICK.-E8TATK OF PHILIP 8MIIH, DECH-A8BD Notice is hereby given that an order dated the day ot August, A D one thousand eight mndred and ninety, has been made by the Sur- rogate of the county of Mercer, upon the appU cation Of thfi HnhHprlherfi, pxeontorfl of Pntlip Imith, late of the county of Mercer, deceased, directing the creditois of said decedent to bring in their debts, demands and claims against tbe MtRte_of_sal4 decedent, nndor oath or ,'oi to the subscribers witntn nine muuthn fioiu he date of said order, or they will be forever aarred from any action therefor against the executors. M1CHABL JOHN M SMITH, Executors New Jersey Sfa'e Normal and Model Schools, Trenton, Fall urm will O  AK Ml H from the effect! of youthful errors, loitinanhood, 1 will a treatise Uealedj ooiiUining full pvilonlftrt for homo oare, FREEof charga A medial worV read by etery Who U fiorroux and dtbllitftted Atldi CO., Peosioo d Clak Mtoit ys, 615 7th St., WABHiNoiW, D. C. Successful before ihp 3overmneiit Dtpdrtmi.nt't during the ast twelye en ibltfi ustu ptnibuitc ill Claims to tlio Lf-t adv ml i- Ap- ill Claims to tlio Lf-t adv ml if-Z plications lor 1'eiismn, Imrc i-L.Ll Ion, Bounty, Pay, Ac., j rumpus at ended to. nO FEE I.AIM IS "Mi f OF TRENTON. >-9PBby that itjsjlss in- dention of Common Council to change the grade of the following streets, pursuant to i resolution passed August 19th, 1890. A portion of Centre street, beginning at the southerly curb line of Ferry street, and thence extending northerly, crossing said Fenj street three hundred and seventy- three feet (373) measured along the easterly cnrb line of said Centre street, and four hundred foot (400) luPMured along the we3t- erly cnrb line of said Centre street Also a portion of C ooper street, beginning at the westerly curb line of Centre street, and northwesterly two hundred and fifty-three feet (253) measured along the westerly cnrb line of eaid Cooper street, and one hundred and ninety-two feet aluug the easterly curb lino of said Cooper street Also of a portion of the curb on the north- erly side of Ferr> street, beginning at a point distant fifty feet southwesterly from the point of intersection of the northerly curb line of Ferry street with the westerly cnrb line of Centre street, and extending from said beginning point fidrtheUalielly along the northerly curb line of said Ferry street, crossing Centre street, one hundred and forty nine and one-half feet to a point in the northerly curb line of said Jerry street, distant fifty foot (60) north- easterly from the point of interseo ion of the northerly cnrb line of Ferry street with the easterly curb Una of Centre street. All of said changes of giadea to be made in strict conformity with the profile of each of .said streets between the points named, dated August 18th, 1890, made by C. C. Haven, City Surveyor, aud now on file In bis office. All persons objecting to said changes of grade, or any of them, are requested to ap- pear before Common Council, at their meet- Ing to he held on Tuesday evening, Sep- tember 2d 1890, at 8 o'i look, and be heard for themselves, or by counsel, when the sub- ject comes up for consideration. By order of the Common Council. JNO. C. OWENS, City Clerk. Dated August 19th, 1600. 8-20-15 Book and Job Printing done at short at the TBXHiOir TIMU IKUNi LINK AND rjNTTSU STA'F MAIL BOUIJI, On and after Jnne Trenton M followa rllNTON RTRKJ7I W. Hi) 1029 m Line wit Pnllman Veitlbii e Failor Bleeping Cars, dtllr lor OolnmbnB aniJ 8t. Louis, dilly ex- oept Batarda; for and Toledo 8.06 p m Western Hrprofls. with fn im- Ubnle Bleeplie Care and blnine f ar to Plilla- delpala, tor Pittobnr? Cincin- nati and 8t Lonln daily erceot Satnrdty for OlerfiiBTjd and Toledo, 9.60 r Padflo Riprese, with Pullmin Vest) bole Sleeping Care, dally for J'ltubarg, tlilcsgo md Toledo, itmty sttnrdiy For neve- Iftnn, 8t and Cincinnati Espre IP i fr Pollndelphla at ra. dally tor C IxjiTts; Pnllmitn VesUoule SleeplLz ar to CinHnnati and St fiwagi.' WSM h ColnmbuH, and Dining ('si Nevr York to A toonn Colambui to Bt ixmlfl CXii nbctinj train leavea Trenton at 2.i5 p. m dn j 12.01 noon Bundap For Baltimore, tlie Poutb.Jc" 6.68.700, ed Parloi Oara, II 06 a m..) 2 'Cuugresslon 'Jroited Parlor aad Din n., i 11 885 and 1141 p m. On 7.6C and 10 10 a ra (Convrtj.] tnal ed Rzprom Parlor and Dining Cere 442) 10 47 p m. For Baltimore only, 2 4rj and 850p m For polnta on Chfwipeake Ohio uri i Sleepers. Dining and Ooattic- tbzongh, 6.35 p m.. dally. For Philadelphia (Broad 2 i7 10, 10 10 (limited n. prow, Parlor a-s, 11 W) a m W 10, 152 223, .4o If! 4 ffl, 464, 517, 655, S'tt, OiodllMTp. m Snr day tialas, 3.37, 6 W, 9 28, u S and 11 48 ra 6.19 7.47, 8 (i i H y) and 10 47 p. m 9 3U, 114i a. ji U 4) 1 18. iaa BW, p B Mn5 H 08, 80 and 9 OS p m For 80, 7 00, 8 V 100, SO itid 11 a.m., 1240. 1 18. 2.60 a, eaJ y rt Sunday m., U01 6 08 mid 00 p m. JTOi 6 ib, 7 41 26 and II p _n i u. a S3, 4 14. 6 20 I 00 9 'j6 p, 3 nt f 6 1160a.m., 410, 910 p m For New i 60 4. A r t- 7.46, 9 60 a m 12 1 1. (L Lltea Paraor 8 W, 7.00, 730, FIL 1C 4 p m Sundays, j Ju 10XI m., 1.87, 3.48, i.K', 6 jj, 903p K. m., 6 UD p, u For BuiUju, wlthuul d Kngo, 10.47 a m p Oloftn oonneetiou ui made at Broad i Phtladelrh'a, with trains for Mr ay i j ibohoeken. Phmn town, Pottsville and Inter- polnta, and at Qeiii JnncJuU foipnintii on the aad Che tnct Rllfbi-noh, For Brooklyn, N. Y., an througu trains t> at City with boats of 'Brooklyn Annex, Direct transfer to and from Fid .05 avoiding donble ferrt-ge and jonrasy Heir York city. For and Newark. ISo 12J, 7 1o 7 11.08 a m., 12 U, U7, 410, 443 oOj, o> 7.00, 7.40, 9.02, 10 48 p m. On 8m a L (.20 and tjSl a. m., l.fc, 6 JO, -LT1 9.02 p m For Newark only, 5 30 a. m 2.28, 3 20 p. m Bnnday, o 30, 10 37 a m For P-hway, IM-, o ou, 'i xU, 41) am '2 If, 4.10, 449, 5.06, 7.SO >nd 1058 p m CuSa. (lar, 1.86, 5.00 "id I 87 a, ra ..27, 410 6.20 inu For Princeton 710, 9.10, v.r i T 1215 and 7 00 p ra dally eicept gnnday. For BelTldere, 7 48, 9 Oj 1 00, 6.00 and 8 00 p. m Bn nday, 8 (Xt p m Fui only, p m For 7 48 905 a, 10 340, 500 5.64 and 8.00 p. m Bnnday, 8 00 p m Iror a.m., 100 and 500 p.m. Sunday. for through Bnffet Sleeper 8 00 p m For BoMxntuwU, e 41, 9 11.08 a m 1 21, 3.68, 6 6 88 7.UO S.i Btimlaj 4.50, "-5U a. m., 4.10 -nfl e.io p. m. For Highutowu, jaineebnrg and eoatn 6J-, 03, b7 way of Burilentovru 7.41 a m. 11 u p. m, Bunoay a m ForOape ex tnniay foi Sw "n1 7 41 a m and p, m Hntidft; 6 60 a m roc Olty, e.ti) m., 1'i., through Parlor Car Day C I-. 10. Sunday 6.50 a m For 00, 7 9 20 a m 13 W, 4 ,6, 605 560 p. m via Jnnution Sunday, 5 00 9 20 a. m For Bronus lu the-WiiLS 711, m 2.6d, 3 17, 0.4) p m daily, buuday b J ra or a ana 6 17 p 01 daily, except Sunday. For Beach Haven and Barnegat City, 7 41 a m 2.53 and 8 17 p m week days For tang stations ou New York and Lonj 00, 7.15, a.OJ a m., u 8 4 and 6 06 p. m. Saturday ouly 5 50 p m. Snnday, 6.00. 9 ij a. m For eea Girt only, p. m week days JTHOH B-iRKK-i BiAIlON. For Belvldere, 7 6i, 910 a m 1 06, 6 05 and 8.05 p. m dally, 8 05 p. m. For Kiuton only. 5.59 p m week days Smyrii" 'orJBniiiiio, mrotign xiutii' 8 05 p, m dally. For a. m 105 and 5 05 p. m., daily, Snnoay. For lAmberWllo 7.6J and 910 a 05, 
                            

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