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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey -'IMBU TKH.VTON BKFJKMKKU 16. 1890; FALLING SICKNESS AND ST. VITUS DANCE Epileptic aud O her Fits Cured For >ear> H cure lor epilepM aud other fit caused bv disease of the hat- been so us ht It Is now conceded b> phj slcians drugging uud the people that the long neede> hah I et n found in Dr Oreene's >er which h.tis, b> (urlun thousands o uiit s, thttl Ills an absolute epecifl' for these terrible uervuuh complaints Jit i a harmlei-s egt table and a sure am positive cure for all nenous dlbeaaes Al keep It at per bottle Mj BOU had bitn troubled with epilepsy of appetite, aud had uo ambition to do thing Alter tr> ing eral remedies ht took Dr Orient s and I can trulj r-a> iti at M htm a tun I uy 1 he flts h i ho vfuaif uriui and hf evu uinj jtrttd fuiilth It IB the best :uedicine 1 t used and alter tr> lug others J find It haa no equal MR bCHL 70 West Fort} third New 'i ork city QjiBjpjke'i! Xerrurft the Most Wooftirful Remedy Etm DUuwvered." Mj wife harah K Dill, was paraljzed three yeari ago and was in a low condition She had cons unions corning on at the same time erj month hit h were so ere that we expected that she would never come out of some of them Mine that time she under the tnatineni for la mouths ol a first- dass phjMuan who became discouraged, and finall> allowed her to ube Dr Greene's Nervura which -he bis been taking ever since ntit r had (i t nnulwon ur any symptoms oi un sht. Uej tn usuHj this med- icine bhe gaining in health and strength and i- le to be about the house and jard and do vmie light work. J consider Dr Greeue s the most wonderful -remedy that was nt-r-di-jCovereUr JOHN C DILL, Old Bridge Madison Township, Middlesex county, N.J. Dr Greene, ol .io U Fourteenth street, New York, iu dc-un ertr, in the famous spe cialint In the cure of nervous and chronic diseases The doctor has devoted special at- tention to the treatment of all forms of chrome drakes through letter correspond- ence, and will mail his opinion and advice In anj cahe free of charge. The per fectiou of this sjstem renders a complete cure almost assured, as his success in treat- ment by correspondence is wonderful and unequaled bend lor sjmptom blank to nil out or write him about jour case M. OOUNSRLOK AT 143 Trpntfin, V. J. JO M H tit li K. FOKST EJCHCI BuiLDLse, corner ftate I AW OFFICKS, EDWAED H. MUEBHY, 111 East State Street, Trenton, N. J. old DE. BO A RDM AN is II tht only nrwtai of tkit erir lived in Tnntos. OFFICB 40 WUST FBONT STRBIT rpHE Ai.HAMnna. 25 NOKTH WABREN BTBKKT, N. J. UPDEGROVE LEriS, Proprietors. e CRUOKi J Heaters, Ranges and GenerH'ly. MIJtKP PAUTW (Al I nnd Cantre L> E EMOVAL. i 'Jri. VV IT .T -I A IIAtt "Fn >O. 12.3 STA1K STREET. Next Uofjr to former residence. TO3N N. ADAMS, CIVIL ENOINFFR AND 8UEVEYOE, 214 SOl'TH %S AKKLN STRtET Plans drawn Quantities calculated, surreys made In city or counlrj r. APPEOATE, QKADUATE OPTIOIAK. Comer State and warren f A Mt (Fonlt Md BnlMInc TSKITON, J. J, HODM liiero It not cow tiftr me Tno sure an DttJKlNSON'H Twenty years' The finest mftU> rlata the most BkltimrroiVSaniiriif OF for 'ought, Cronp FKVKR AND ANI) MAI ARIA OURK." "PEEnVlAN BARK the tppettier and Ftreir.'thencr Twentr-oo; other kfnfls 1 KT i n The United Ice Companies. Wholesale and ReUl1- B W TOR PIAfl AMI MONTGOMERY ST8 P O BOX 6.W IFI.FI'HONH 415 BtAtlnnBfnr ildUin nf lit -North Willow Street, Buik Hnd lllO ave. tV-L 1'rlcen lowrr thnn in PhlladdphlH or New "iork Fverj fulH Catalogue of niftchines IVee WHITE co., BEOAD 11B NORTH f-TRKFT TRENTON. N.J. BEAD THE TRENTON TIMES CONTAINS ALL THE NEWS. HEAD THE TRENTON TIMES IIHA.IT'S DELIGHT "By YiouisL1 opyright. All rlghth J Tli ill) iss 1 t'i in s I tin UMlight fill ml M ii_u l u I 1 sit siluit dlt Hi II 11 1 II i n i 1 l_i i 11 li is s i i 1, ,1 in ilun.o f i 11 ii ing thus uisu t n d 1 u h n. il him i If lii- 1 is 1 m I kin_ I M k is ui lift Hit III I 1 i Ills t I 1 UJiuIl US i sinous siispui us i HI not pli is mi i m H it >t thin I did uot spt ik to MU_IM( took nnaimai M nit i tin dirkiitss DOAOU km si siil uln h is tip und u Inch si i d n tin- littli- pl.ufoim and iik 1 n u 1 is Hit tlouiK had light fm1 n t 11 i utliiii 1 uunst the Ihe iisin, u 1 nistkil in the tree ps and n an mi d to IK that ue had been it lit mil il. uuUJ-lu of tt nh i linlit Hind up anil burned tU id h d'T in the distatiLe "That I saiil "must be a lamp, and a mil pmriilh lii-ttikeiis a house Dou't u 1 i In M th.it d reitlun is 'up'' It .aim out of tlied.it kness like a slg nl uisuued the gul, 'and there is intlinu for us todo but to go to It We inn .t plunge into daikness woine ;uidi- off the boards and went nirih along u path, which was not dull nil to keep, so trodden was it We oon discwered, as our ejes grew actus umed to the tl irkness that we were going hrough a small woods, and when after a me we came out of itwe foundapathway f boards, so narrow that we could not dbtfast, but it gave us comfort, mak ng us sure that we ivereon the right road Lnci so after a tune we tame to tne light, ,nd behold, it was the hotel to which we lad rioen HO aguel) directed The house vasasmall wooden affair, not nd smellmg of tobacco, but the only mokt-r WNH a woman, who sat by a 1th a pipe m her mouth When we en ered the open door she looked up, stared moment and then called, Wliethir this, w as the goddess or not we Id not know, hut there was no answer 'he w oman then knocked the ashes out of ier pipe into the sanded box in which the tove stood, and giving her voice a higher Itch, screamed again, "Libertyl" This ocation w as more successful, and a thin, ale haired }outh strolled into the room 'he womnn nodded toward us The boy ooketl at and 'hiirwnole race lied, and indeed I do not believe his yes had rested on anything so fair as bis girl in her dark dress, fired and silent, landing there "Wfl WPrP tolfl QfllH T l'thnf H0 CO'lM e lodging here, and we should also like omcsttpper" "Sit said and he at once iisappeared Rut snip by slrlp on Bn nld wooden settle, and it was not many min- tes before Margaret's hand stole into line I looked at her with apprehension, nd to my surprise she said clearly and "I am not afraid I am only hungry The w oman looked at her "Is she jour daughter'" she asked "My I piomptly answered dopsri r said she, and here was again silence w hat seemed to us a erj long time man looking like a Presbjfcerian clergj nan iu ammei's clothes came in, aud m us turn staled at us, gave a little nod, aiid ie went out Then the w oman arose, took wo plates from a closet, two cups aud aucers and began to prepare a table for is She spread no cloth, and she put the lacou and potatoes, which she fried to jether, upon our plates, dispensing with he formahtv of a meat The coffee ot she pulled forw ard, poured some water n what was already in it aud let it boil he put bread and butter and some pickled ripe on the table and bade us come and at And it was not ill flavored to us he coffee w as flat and bitter, and neither ne of us would have ordered fried bacon rom a bill of fare, but it was all hot and were so in need of food, having had othing to eit binco a hasty noon meal, thftnttre umtrishiuuvt comfort- ng and helpful Then w hen we had finished thewoman ghted two and we arose and fol- ooms on the other side of the hall After ie had loft ux we sat down and talked Now that we were m Tiger Hill we had o idea what to do ur where to turn But e agreed th it w e had best be silent, and i) nothing of Jack until we knew what wo should saj, and to whom we should say it "In the in n-nintr, said I, "we will see ie plate and learn something of the peo- e 1 hi re must be Home one in authority ere, and some one w ho has some sense of aw. ihe verv gossip may tell us where ack is and jimtwhat has happened In lie meantime we have tome because I arn nterested in the mines, aud you are my ipce as indeed dc ir hild, from this mo mint jou rnnst be And Margaret, taming over, took my and and kissed it, but I drew It avvav aud aid it on her pretty head, and prayed to 3od that she might in this adventure be ept from jiarrn and And indeed it was but a few hours after bat there was mulof an instant answer 0 this prajer I hft4 been asWp nhmit rm hour uddenly I awaktntil It seemed to me hat something had happened to arouse ia, hutevervthmgwaspeifi-otly still The tare I heard an owl loot and tin i rj of a lonelv i niket I was list falling off to ski'p again when the er> skits siemul rent bv a woman's The sound was not in the house, t was far off and In the open air, but I in itantlv it was Margaret's voice Out of bed I spraug mid into her room. which was unptv and her clothing vvns (one On a ihiir lij the bed stood her "Ittle 1 and a fin toiltt articles It ook me but a moment to fling on mv .lothes ami flash out of the silent, dark lotist- and htrt and tht re I ran, trvlng to ind some token of In r but I did not call :ior speak I am not voung hut I am strong I hint ix en a man of temperate, Htlilitu habits ami I have the use of n bod) su fed in height well knit, ivdlk'pt antlwbtn I tarried fewer )eftrn 1 askul not lung of mv stu ngth or endur anie that I tlitl not git Hut at this- mo- mniit I thought of IK It her strength nor nkn.ss but 1 sptd mi, im lining to find mv pniioiis i h irgt I fell dovyi, I ran intii Lri-cs. J Iwui- Wntfrrl our slums bin nothing tnffled me, and mv spud was littlt brnkin Then as I ran llMuinii aw in t s nniU Imirtiiulate nl most iiiimlibli whuh win those of the human til-inn and 1 knew I must be near a camp of some Kind Silt nth taut loiish mw I went, listen ing and following tin sminds which grtw more and ilisiimt and not Intol ligibli when ixpntitiK It 1 slid dtnlj i aim upon i that made inj heart almost stou beatluu' HO ImrrlrU] J in. n in tin light of a flu stood Mai gan t in tin tnttiof SOIIH tin oi tilttin JI'I hdt was goni hi i .1 w n an 1 i sluw 1 w is fasti lad about lit] piiiioniiu In' "ins Hut ntvu snv la gul m in. thiuiiiighlv angiv than shi mid nt v 1 1 i f ht ud a mole hitkous j m than thist nun spokt totut h othti I saw tint sht had btin biought to tin intiatice of a mint and that not tui ofl vsticsome tub, ami sbetls Foituniteh 1 w as back In the shadow of the locks and I stood still, waiting to bee what would happen and what I iinild do At the moment I was poweiless todo mine thin pieserve m) own fuedom It was tvidtnt that Margin-it undtistoo.las littlt .Lslthtl what the nun said, but she hi Id hirst If with an erett, ttnst, an in which theic more tempei than ftai Just then th_t cltnt ol_ who_ had iiispetttd us lailiti in the night came out of the sht tls and when he perceived the plight into -ninth Margartt had been brought he went hasnl) to her, and with out a second unfasfenetl the shawl and futd htr "I do not known hat they this Hav t thev hint v ou Margaret hi Id out her white round wrists on wlm h tin re vveie red lines "The) know so little of Vmeritan said sht 'that thtv thought this would frighten mi' enough for he returned "without anj such tieatment I have no expectation of being said she "andifvou tomm mil this band von have, let me tell vou, sir, a pietioils set of rascals under )ou uud not be he replied "It will pay vou better to be honest, and tell me w ho sent you here "Surely )ou know all I can tUl vou' Whole is the w oman of the house in w Inch w i lodged' I suppose she is your actom plice AVheu she tailed me out of 1115 room and asked me if I had friend here I was flank and told her Ask her if jou want to know "Softei softer, mv dtai he said "You look vsrj prttt) whtn vou scold, but oil's better be uglier and wistr is the woman' asked Margaret "bhe has gout home to lock your uncle in his room, to keep him from taking cold in the night air Margaret turned her htad awaj, as though she meant tosav-shew as done with him I adortd htr for her tourage, but I ardentlv tlesi ltd she might not anger him But he truittd her as though sht was a t from w hith I soon gathered th it the) sus ptdul us of btiug spies lu the emplox of the owneis of tin mines, and that she had tome withnu to diveit suspicion from our ob- jett It appeued to me that thev hurl foiintltd all tins on some confused story to whith tht man tomtantl) alluded, but to wlnth Margira had of tourse uo clew. And I also understood that the) had laid a ;rap of somt kind to get Margaret away by Ueisi.lt, hoping to wring a confession from ner, and that tht woman of the house had issistt 1 them The girl answered boldly inough, and finally said lhat we were fiiuiidh of Mi Lewis, and had come to be of ust to him When this was translated to tht nun who nevtr moved then eyes fiom the fates of the two speakers, they brutall) laughed, and she for the (list time lost hti ptifett command of herself Iht ie one little man who wore a fur cap, and To his knowledge of Knghsh bv otc isionall) crying out "Ty- rant si u e Push ahead When he heard thi n line of Lewis he shrugged his shouldtis iud gave an idiotic jump into the ai It was as much as I could do not to go o it and shake the little monster, but I hat! btnsc t n nigh to keep silent and quiet Ytt n w is h nd the hardest level did '1 he) bullied Margaret, they tried to ttrnfj her into a tonfessiom as the) gitw moii uiiil more touv meed that she was b idling them Ihe) mistook her iniiotenu for assin nice, her tourage for obstinao but tht) did not touch her Ihtn Mai g net suddenlv drew her shawl closti around her shoulders "I am she snd "and I am tired I wish you would h iv t more wood thrown on the fire and giv e me a seat b) it The little mftn, when tins was lianslated, made a reply that wits in ttim tmuulated to -hei, aud it was that the) would make up the fire and give her a seat in the middle of it The dieadful brutality of this made her check pule not a W0rd, but tnraod and w alked to the fire and sat down on the trunk of a fallen tree, which was evidently drawn thei e for a seat For u moment her wholebodv relaxed, and she looked as if she could bear no more She put out her hands to the now low fire, but in a mo- ment lest ed her head on her hand like a tired child Then she drew herself to- gether, looked up and did the most aston ishing thing She btgau to to sing in a clear, swett, tlnilhug volte, which with pas-jloualc nittution. If an angel fiom heaven had alighted, and in his diuzling attire had stood nndsUthB men could uut-4um arrived in irttrr to tire time of the law going in'o inflation ind that no good u-asoii the time dunng w Inch Midi guotlsL.ni it-ina n in bond without ntntofdiitv A copy of the resolutions was stnt to the senate and of itpie icnt itivts Munn for Cential Strikers AHUM Vpt 10-Secretary Havts, f' .he Knights of Labor, has arrived in this :it) from Vw He had with him a arge bum ol money, but said that lie was lot at hbutv, to say how ninth Last night night the money was distiilmtid One man d umed to have received and another said that each man had lift i en Cars Wrecked. Conn, Sept Ib freight rain on tht New York, New Haven and lartford milrnaii was" wiecked about a nile south of Berlin shortly after 9 o'clock ast night No one is reported as killed or njured Fifteen cars weie piled in a heap 1 tfiu k i vvere fcmu WtR HEALTII. For 25 years I suffered from boils, cryMpplag anil other blood affections, taking during that time great quantities of rllrTLrLUt medicines with- oit pying mo eny perceptible relief Mends ladnrtfl mi in try nd 8 00 p. m. Hnnday, 8 00 p m For only, 6.61 p. m., week days For 9.U5 1-1 1 Oj, 5.64 and 8.00 p. m. .Sunday, 8 00 p ji for a.m., 100 and 500 p.m. except for Buffalo, tnrongh Bnffbt dlcsper 8.00 p, XQ, Fpt Bordsntowuj.46.7 41, A m 1.22, a.58 4.U. W J.iW and 9.65 s. n, 6.60, n.W a. m., 4.10 "id 9.10 p. m. Foi HlghUtown, Jonesburg and ttonth Amboy, by of a. m. and 4J4 p, ni HlvlitAUiwit only, p, TK 1. Or. .iKj, Foi JameBDnig, 7.46, a. m., 12. 5, 4 36 and 5.50 p. m rift Monmoath Jnnctlon San- day, 9.20 a. m. For it. Hoiiy. 7 tna 8tt" aj a m Foi Cape MIT, 7.41 a. m. p. m. Fni ea Isle CUy i 7 41 a m 263p.m. Foi Afntio City, 6.46 a. m !6i will Day p. in, bunday 630 a m. Foi 9 20 a. m., 4 do, und 6.60 p. "i via Monmouth Junction. Sun day a. m. Foi Browns ullls-ln-the-Plnes, a. m., p m., dally Hnnday 6 j j a, m for a. m., 2.53 p. m. dally, ex- cept Snnday. for doaoh Haven-anil Barnegat Oltj, 7 41 a m 2 53 p. m., week days. Toi LOOK Branch and stations on New York and Long Hrnnoh JiAiiroad 7.46, O.JO a m., 12 36, 4.20 4 35 p. m. Bunday, 9.20 a. m. For Sea (Wit only, 5.60 p. m., week days. FKOH WARRKN Bl'KKlfi' bTATIC" For BelTidere, 4o.. a. m., 1 05, 6.05 and 8.05 p. Sunday, 8 05 p. m. For Evton only, 539 p. m., week days. for BnrralQ, Lnrongh BnAdt dieppcr n, m __ _ For 9.10 m., 1.05 5.05 p. m., Aallv, Snnrlay, FOI TlmbeitVlUO T.tii and 9.10 a. m 1.05, 3.45, 8 06 p. m. Sunday, 805p m. rBOH aouiu. Foi Philadelphia (BtOaO 6.32, 7 02, 8 02, 9 89, 11-49 a. m 3.M, and 9.09 p. m, It-ina, ]il-08i H
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