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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey VOL. IX. NO. 9178. I'KKNTON, AFTKKNOON, 1890, TWO CKNTd IS THIS C The Koss Said to Iktii SoUed. HE IS IN JAIL AT BOSTON, lletutius VK (oulldent Jhat He Is Mitslug Chlof l I fsjiution in statiag. that lie ha-s located Chane) HOSH in a Mas clt> Aftrr Stiteeu learn ifter sixteen jears of mjstery, sorrow and detective research H viould the heart of the whole countrj to Know thut Mr Urss and familj will once more welcome to their firesitle the child w ho vvaa fco cr te 11) Muatcheel Irom them whatever inn 1 been the tenijionrv elTectof evil Befoie the i M ilition of this newspaper Ihe hopes to tell ita read tli it the idem fiuitiou is positive a doubt AM will be been in Ihe s detailed stoi) to follow one of In spector livinei trusted men is now with the suspee eel M nutf in in 'Ihe ui I In it about three months Clurus Grant, clerk of the >iew pt li e commissioners, received mfor rnatiou th it nmele his bluoel Ihls solution ol the greatest detective puzzle of the centurv w I i-ptreel in his ear and clainoietl >r investigation He luvestl gated in his inoinentb as the trail grew htitfr and hotter, with feverish haste an 1 Hemeiit It Is the old Mosher Douglas trail and is then fore all the more probable for those vv I o had cognizance of all the circunistanc s subsequent to the Charley Boss abiuctnn never doubted for a mo ment tint and Mrs Mosher kuew wheie Charley Ross was or what be- came of him after tbe killing of Mosher and Douglas, who stole him Being cem vmced in his own mind that he really had found the long lost boy, Mr Grant com municated with Mr Ross, but not directh. In Philadelphia there is a member ol the city council named George W Boyer He is president of the Northern Electric Light company Grant asked hiintotall on Mr Knss anil agk him how he could at this hour identify Charlie. Be Wonts to Be a Stere Brodle. Mr Grant claims to have got the mfor mation that started him on the search from a Ijvery stable man, who in turn had been fold of young Boss1 whereabouts by a young woman named Tate, who lives at No 82 East One Hundred and Eighteenth street, New York city Grant says 'The young woman's brother's name is Willie He is about 18 years of age and for the past four years has been the chief chum of young 'Charlie who is probably, I believe no other than Char lie Ross, 'iour months ago Charlie McChristy began to tell his chum a few little scraps of his history One day he said to Tate 'My name is not McChnsty, nor is it Weatenelt' He said also You can go down to the Astor library and you will see my picture and the picture of my father and of my mother and of the woman I am living with 'What is your name asked 'My name is Charlie Boss that Is my right name, but I don't want it to be known In 1893, when the Chicago World's fair is running, I am going to Chicago to open a saloon and everyboely m the world will come and see ine, just like they come to see Steve Brodie'" Important Llulm 'I discovered that Mrs McChristy lived Bill elt's father After Bill b) Chief Walling to run dowu Mosher and Douglas ester velt was a brother in law of it was discovered that instead of working in with the police, as he was hired to do he continuall) betrayed them to Mosher and Douglas This was proven against him and he was sentenced to hmd labor in Moyaroensing ptlson for seven years but was pardoned before the end of his term Since then Bill has been employed ut the Brooklyn navy yard, anel four mouths ago he dropped dend from lit nrt failure 'It is his father who is living in the same house with Mrs McChristy, Charity's supposed mother She is an old Irish worn in for whom harley has a great deal of affection but lit says she is not his mother Mrs JIcCI risty's first liushaud w is Bill Mosher, w no WHS the pnncipil in ihi> Rmi abduction A oreun of tutor baking powder. High Mt of all In S. Etport, 17, Irfft I 01BU lilt sill I name lln I i wl I n kn wu is Charle-i i will vuiUlhirley s pi u nune is i ls Cliules Brewbter K M Hhat Ho I ciolK I Mti When u lesiii in 1 h til e s i l that he had rinemfeied I r h me and that le u as I il en i i irorn bla home b> or tluee mi n n 111 in dust ers Hit) Citined him 11 n a carnage with Ins si tei In t i to tin q lewtioa what his sisti r s I iime hi- said Her naim was Soph} ul car ritd oft with his brc tl er It, i I ut he had a sib er named iplua, u h H yet alive Ills sister wus released but hi was carrk'd awa} afterw ird He w is confined on a boat for man} u ng long time but IOHL, h did n r know Then he came to will) Mrs Me' hunt} Charlie Mc( lirlit} is fair fn I ui 1 h ts light hair with curls c ustir i O'nn mid his forehead He has wi II s-li II i r ill is ranch more delicate looking than other New York lads brought up in tne name so- cial atmosphere He has an anutbledis position aud is popular his fellows He has been a very good bo} until recently, when by some circumstance he was forced into very bad company In J.ill at Host on McChristy lias worked Charlie hard and ill treated bun and three weeks ago the b disappeared One of his friends got a letter from him about a fortnight ago postmarked Boston post- office as his a idriss He'Htid he had run awa} and that he intended to sta> away He wrote that he had a friend named 'fehanks nick Lame of Harlem "A few da} s ago Willie Tate got an an swer from CJiaihe in which be said that 'bhauks' had Holen a valise, and that the valise waw for an 1 a reward offered, with no questions ask d Shanks' returned the received the reward, while he was seized aud unpris oned and that he would probably be m dieted by the grand jur} w hen it would meet on Dec 1 Inspector Bvrnea todajf sent one of hm men to Bo-rton w ith Tate to see Charley McChnst} Precisely what they will do I do not know THE NEW SIAMESE TWINS A Boy and Dog Grown r ut New York NE.W Yoi K Nov beems to have crowned the remarkable surgical operation of transplanting a bone from a dog to a boy's leg Boj and dog are one Their flesh bas giowii togetl er and thing induates that tbetr bones have be- guu to unite the ojeratlon every precaution has been taken b} Dr A M Phelps to pn-veut any inf rn niou about the patients being given Uj the ubhc Ihe boy ai d the dog were place 1 in a room by themselves on thi- third floor of [he Chant} hospital on Blatkwell s isl uid un 1 nobody has lieen admit ed except Urs I'l elps aud Kelly the nou- surgeons an 1 uur cs and an occasional hie d of Dr Phelps A reporter In encountered a tlemau last ulunt who is almost us well informed about the case as Dr Phelps himself, and he told all he kuew aboutthe bone grafting opera ions "I think I can wfeh he said 'that all of the ind catli ns ire in favor of success in the attempt toengrift a piece of the dog's bone into the leg of the boy Their flesL h is grown together, and unless all signs fall uuion has begun between their bones ihe yentlem in then described the plas ter casts, and said that there was n truth in the assertion that nothing reluble could be learned about the success or failure of the operation until the plaster casts that bind the bo} aud dog together have been removed As a matter of fact the place of jointure betweeu the bones of Johnny GeMnus and the spaniel Vip, reehristened have at all times since the operation been open to the inspection of the suigcuus It would have been fooluardj un informant assured me, to have placed a sjiid plaster cast immediately over the wound m Johnny's leg hen the piaster east was put on, com- pleting the operation, a space between hve and six inches m dia iKier was left open above and surrouu the spot where the piece of the sp iniel s bone had been inserted into Johun} s Cher this open space only linen b t idage-s were placed, which might be aud were removed at will Not a day has passed that Dr Phelpa has not inspected the wound, an 1, if need be the exterior of the connection between bo} and could dressed with out disturbing the plaslerxa-st on Johnny's Jeg, the plaster cast oa cnarK} or the plaster bands that hold their legs firmly together Ihe matter of the aluminum leg was also made veiy clear by this communica- tive genllem in 1 be peg is two inches in length and if the operation is an eutire success it will letiiam in Johnny's leg It was through the medullary canal, or hollow portion of the inch of dog bone, and extends half un iut.lt on eitht-r side. into the ends of Johnny's bone Dr Phelps used the aluminum pi0 in preler euce to ivory, because be it would uot excite the slightest auppuiation, and it has not 1 he purpose of tins peg was to pi event Charity, by muscular twitching, from pulling tbe bony graft from position Probably tbe most ceitam indication of union betweeu the bones, a point on which great stress is always laid b} surgeons, is, the fact that ever since the operation the tempeiatureof both the boy uud the dog have been normal fever indicating that union of broken bones is not progressing favorably Not until the dog's upper forearm is cut away from the boy's leg wi 11-it be known beyond the possibi it} ot u duuut that the canine bone has become amalgamated with the boy's Ihe fact will then be ascer tallied by carefully feeling the places at which the fractures have existed ihe final operation of separating Johnny and Char it) is uot likely to be mmlB foi at least a couple of weeks if the remains in ita gnorl louditiun. In tho caaL of or dinar} frictures tbe splints are usually kept in position for four or Ihe weeks Crimlicd 11 Iiillmi; giife CANTON, O A fr ghtful acci dent happened at tbe Dicbold tfe works yesterday beveral men win moving safes on an overhead i ulroad when the apparatus gave w i} A heavy iron safe came down striking Chailes Sturm, crushing bis head to a pulp and killing him instantly Two other work men, named Glasser and Arnan were serl ously and perhaps fatally injured SUe Lfft Har Child to Dlo GUNS FALLS N li Nov Morehoiise woman employed as domestic In JobiiHhiirg, this county, has been arrested for placing her ipcintl} horn bnhe m au outhcniBe, where It tllid from exposure If every reader could understand what a remedy for oouphs and cnldn Hlron'rongh Core IB, family In this land would talk IU pralnn. Il lades Inert, for thin rensnn, to he the greatest household medicine In the world dot your Ohriitmu Roods I DobWn, the PARNELL IS PERS1STENI. In Vain Gladstone Urges Him to Step Down IIOMt IlUrH HOIK OF PERIL The Stand b; I heir Loader Iu Ilia time of Trouble unil H 111 Ilave Him If the Step Uoute Hull rlftten JOIN Vn Orliiilstone's posi tlun ui il Parnell affair has ut last been oflicmlly nin nnced In a letter written bed ic the n t i ting of the Parnelhtes Mou day tilti latone uiged that Pat nell re sit'n but elcsp te this fact the ParnUhteg urged thi ir leader to still continue at the helm and lie agreed to do so At Mr Gladbtone's request, Mr John Morley coiumuniuitetl to "Mr Paruell a lettei which Mr Gladstone wrote Mr Morky on Monda) In the letter Mr Gladstom Mr Gladstone's Letter "Having arrived at a certain conclusion in reg ird lo the continuance of Mr Par kailership I saw Mr Justin Me Garth) on ainving in and asked him whether I VVIIB likel) to receive from Mr Painell any cemmunicatlon on the sub- ject Mr McCarthy was unable to giv uie auv information I mentioned to him that in Ib7.j after the Phcenix park mur ders Mr Parnell, although totally re moved from any idea of responsibility wrote ma offering to take the Ghiitern Hundreds an offer much to Ins honor bu which I thought It my duty to decline bile dinging to the hope of a commuui cation from Mr Paniell, to whonisoeve addressed, I thjught It necessai) viewing the arrangements for the coinmencemeu of tlie session to-morrow, to acquaint Mr McGartli) with the conclusion at which nad arrived Disartti uus Consequences Predicted.- "Itvvas that notwithstanding the splen did Demies rendered b) Air Parnell to his couutr) his continuance at present ID the leadership woul.1 have consequences disastrous in the highest degree to the tan e of Ireland I think I may be war ranter! in asKing jou so far to expand the conclusions given above as to add tha' ucli continuance would uot only place n nj heart) aud effective friends of the Irish cause in a position of great embar i lament but would render ni) retention )i the leadership of the Liberals based aa it h is been mainly upon the prosecution jf the Irish cause almost a nullity Thia expansion of my views I begged Mr Mc- C trtl to as confidential if he n uud th it Mr Paruell contempl ite 1 spon tincous utiou but I also begged him to u inv viewn known to the Irish party el their toilaj if he should fine Imt Mr Ptruell had uot la contemplation an) steps of the nature indicated Gl idstonp Him Personally I voti in ease Mr McGarthy is i lal le Lo communicate with Mr Paruell, as I uuderst ind that you ma> possibly hue in opening fo morrow through an o he' channel Should v u have such an jprumg, I beg you to make known to Mr Parnell the conclusions stated herein It is leirucil that before the publication of the letter to Mr Morley Mr Gladstone pirs mail) saw Mr Parnell and urged him lo retire It Caused Great Excitement. Ihe publication of the letter caused ureat excite ment in the lobbies last night He Pun llites n formally discussed the mailer iiid dually called a formal meeting 01 o clock Ihe meeting w a? called to order nithr lit Mr Parnell, who was in an ot ir p irt of the hnnsv The situation i lis ii-s-ulatsome length, and another nit uiu was culled for tonight Several Lbti 1 candidates have made written statements c f their intention to withdraw as thev see certain defent if they go before the electors w Bile the alliance witli Wr Painell is maintained They Will Stand by Parnell. Ihe ParuelliUs op nlj that thej mean to stick bj Mr P irnell even if home ru e should be tielivt 1 fifteen years by their action It transpires that during the 0 shea trial the Parnelhtes pledged them selves to continue to support lip Parnell no matter what the result of the trial might be and not to consider the senti ment of the English Liberals Sir Charles Russell M P, speaking to his constituents at Hackney last night said that many Irish members were sad at heart, because of the calamity which hail befalli n the cause He be lieved then wished il at Mr Parne'l should bow his head to tlu storm and recognize that he had infliete 1 a serious wound u on tlie conscience of the people of both coun tues, and had dam iged the cause of Ire- hnd It la Gladstone or Parnell. In a postscript to the letter Mr Glad stone hints q lite plainly that if Mr Par uell was rctaine 1 in lie leadership he (Mr Glidstom) would IV 1 it necessary to re cjnsider his own i ition, as all piobabil itv of li me rule through in his lifetime woull i M disappeared The limes snvs Mi Iii idstone now occupies the most humiliating position conceivable for a trusted chief of a historic party Ihe Daily Ivews, In an article headed Gladstone and Parnell siys "It is with the deeptst sorrow that we put together for probably the last time the tw o names which head this article lint the conjunction, or rabber the contrast, accurately represents as no other collocation of words could, the momentous issue which the Irish people have to decide "We suy the Irish people, because we will not condescend to doubt for a mo ment the attitude of the L'berals in the face of this terrible crisis Unless the Nationalist" reconsider their decision they may resign themselves to th'e indefinite postponement of home rule unless they can obtain it from the lories as the price of n me lingrneefnr-eonicT HOD Mr Par- ni 11 is the least of the s leriflces that the Libirals would nuke for Air Gladstone Whatever happens to the Irish leader, the Liberal parly must be savid Ihe UI iph priiists Mr Gladstone, and MIVS if il be good generalship to bring ilisasttr upon one s own part) Mr Par mil is one of the hnest generals of the nge llie Standard sajs 'If on second thought Mr Parnell derides to temponye, the sting will not be removed from the minds of the I iifillsli homo rulers, and a grievous shock will ho given to what re mains of Mr Parnell t, prestige An Outtinn to Their I piular Befori tin ope nmg of parliament yester da) tho Irish home rulers met Mr Par nell was lonelly cheered as he entered the room A motion that Mr P irnell be re electe 1 chairman (if the Irish parliament- ary pirty was carried unanimously It nunnjiicpl ihiil Mr Pnrnill nrll rpfmn leadership at the express desire of his fol loweis Mr Parnell made an address to tho meeting, in which he thanked his fol lowers for his re eleetion He said it for tho Irish members to decide whethei hnnhnnld lond them If 11 n h l 1 lit' i i i one 01 I i I (I n mv divers f j in HI a 11 i t i I w t 1 1 i I 1 1 i v e w itli li uv i fi puM r life I! li but the temvi 11 il at his coll i 1 sue 1 to Mill utit 7 In-, services mti r ci mmoti em s l 1 i 1 1 nil to res i p s ti n w 1 le! ui hi his alteied r us Hue' st 1 I i 11 inl tilt m tin lun him u the itt i I s 1 tl ell poll I n u ImoilKll Re I 1 .1, I Mr P w r i f ii d t Mr 1 r 1 n su- it i s in bel il Iiel lutl an 1 1 b( tn 11 ve 1 I h i mi mini i I i t it 1 e Hh 1 ie lecled h f the Ii so ut I he inei t n, i t 1 Mr Pir nt II r; a ut tumioKs v or Mr Pin 1 siibsiqlll lit t I e i lectlot te the h ihislup hili f renet with Mr J hn Moikv an 1 -M h irks Russell Uii i d n nit nt bv the m ilist p u Mr P irnell m iv f r a time w uhtlravv fn rliune Mr Parnell also licit! act! mict with Mr Justin MtCarth) Dur the con ferentt r Punell hand 1 lo Mr Me Garth) a h unlle of pip c mtmoranlil r his tftllu tl as sesMt mi chairman of the Ir sh i in I he association st ites ih it if Mi 1 uuHlpcr sists in rettmin_ th public 1 i It r 1 ip of the Irish putv Mr Gl l Iston Mil r fuse- to COUlltin Hue an) ametidim i t the ad dress in 11 plj to the queens s t h alui willirnm 1 tt 1) return to II iv i leu and not app u HI parliament uut 1 ifter thi Ghristj i is he 1 TRENTON HAS ANOTHER MYSTERY A Prettv Tonne; Bride San She> Wai Attacked by a Barglnr THLATUS N J Nov Trenton police ire as mystified over th appear aneeufMr- Lillian Madden aliide of a ftw months who lies unconscious at the house of her father in law, Madden of Hanford street, with several ugly bruises upon her body from the effects of an assault committed by a whom she discovered in her bedchan be-r Monday night as the) were over the KnifTen mur der Ihe )ouuj woman lathe wife of J Ihoinas Madden, an assistant u] i m tend ent of a branch telegraph line out of Jersey City Ihe- young wife is cjutte prett) and among her acquaint ances Stie went up stairs Mondav night and a few moments later tluse below he ird her scream They ru he-d to the reioni and fount! her unconseiou Ur G Bro vn and Di tectives Pilge-r n 1 Lehav were sent f tr Before the) armed tht young woman was in spasms An electru batten w is applied and toward mi she ivcd for a few minutes aud t Id the follt w in., storv As I vv is ibout to enter the i tun she sail I siw a man ripping the cki N ol a i ur of Houses Belore I could call foi aid he deait me a brutal kick m the >-ide and struck me with some blunt mstrn ment iu the 1 n tst At this point iu her recit il tin voun0 wonimlecim unconscious ai 1 r in mis bo Mrs i Iden, vv ho examim d tl t bod) she is hombly bruised Ihe detectives examined the house and f mud topsy turvv Ihe contents of the bureau drawers were scattered about the rooms tnd a closet was found open but no valuables were stolen so far a1- learned, a half of a paving brick was found under Mrs Maddeu's bed It is be lieved this is the instrument i ied in the assault Ihe detectives say the )oung girl is feigning unconsciousness, but Mrs John H He 1 wife of the county collector says she p t--sed the Madden house a few minutes before the assault, and that a stranger who hell a handkerchief to his face disippeared in Maddeu's alle) Ihe detectives sa) there was no way by which the burglar could escipe from the house and old Mr Mad en sijs the front hall door which is never left unlocked, was found opeu A BIG LUMBER CRASH The Potts Salt and Lumber Company t Lmhllltiex 81 DLTKOIT v is intense ex citement >n the street over the failure ol Ibe-Potts s.ili aud lumber company for overfl iliUKj This is the largest torn pui) 111 Mitlinui e wiling neirly the en tire sill a id lumber nterests in Foscoand Oseoda ountics huttcl mortgages for CMCI all tin persmal property of the him llie 1 truest creditor is the Bank of Monti il for u ail) Ihe Do minion b nk s creditor for The me nbers of the firm refuse to talk about the f ulnre Ihe lis aie plicci at 000, but this 11 clu h -.tin rulro id and mill property, which will be hud lo realize on The mill In re cuts iKMUiMXO feet of lumber each se is n which is more than any other mill of sin ilai equipment in the world Ihe attjne) foi the embarrassed firm Siva if tlie creditois will petmlt the busi ntssto be conduit 1 b) the company all will be well for the assets at par value worth twice the amount necessary tt pay off every cent due If however the creelitors insist on seizure anel tin compaii) s propert) should go nt a sacri lice sale the result would be bail Mr Potts has been ill foi s mie time and tht t inbai lahsineiit of the firm is attnbuted te bud management e u the part of those left in charge I' sooittrutlona' ine act I oosl It tanro jure! Of application! Ii remedy like hood j Sanaparllla working itio iilcort ersdicales Chi Impurity wlikh cTiista and promotes tha disease and elTirti n permanent cure Ttiousanrti of po pie UMIfy to the succesi of Hood i HUH as a remedy for catarrh when older prep mtions had failed StufTcd-t p Feeling. "I will I hm hrr-n troubled for ser- years with I! it turihly disease citnirh I t nk Hoods S.impa- rillawlth the I) st n suits Itemed me Ottliat enutlnn U-dropulue 111 my tbri) it, and Ituflul up feding II I 11 nho hiljid my r who li is t-ii n I! for run n s-tito of hiMlth and kidn j ti mlile Mits 3 D. Htfiui mtiittn Houd'c Boldly illdrncKNti f! if rfj Frppnrnel onlj fcfOI tli arlel I owcll Mill 100 Dosos One Dollar The largest variety ol RITPKRFINE CRFAM OHOCOLATKH guaranteed to betheflneit made In the U S will be found at ANGKT.O CAMERA'S Fine Confectionery Store, SOB BO u j. TRENTON, N J. Fancy Ice Cream, Soda water, loo Cream Sedan, Milk Bbakea, Lemonade, always on hand, and the bent that can be bnft Thaia are laota. FIVE MEN WERE KILLED IriLhtful llnvoc of ii rtt ht Johu, N U JuUN N H Iht; must palling tit id nt tl ut i itcuided in this luc till} e killed lie u r} JbuitU hell LI t.d fium I he bud) Jttints liaird sun of Henry BuitCtune s j ciirn Andrew M iik aged -A Michael Lynch thougbt to be fatally injured art- Patrick Ljutb, K 1! aud Peter liar ringtou Ihe boi lets ere old onus aud badl} Big Tunnel Schemes tit ftew Turk N Nov Jb land com iniBaioti has grunted the application of the Hudson River luuuel Railroad company and of the >ew York and Long Island Kailroud compauj for lands under water in the Hudson aud Eabt rivers respectively 'ihia removes the last obstacle m the way for the completion of the tunnels which will connect JSew with Jeraej City and with Long Island City It was said by their representatives here that work on the tunnels will be begun at once Yale Is Discouraged Naw HAVEN, Nov Yale foot- ball team left for ISew York this after- noon They will be quartered at the Murray Hill The team and the college a whole is quite discouraged Iwo of the beit men, Holcomb and will not be able to play Lewis will be subwti tuted for Holcomb and Bliss for ilharna Harve> the regular full back, will proba- bly be able to play on 1 hatiksgivmg day The Fit lit In Honduras. NKWOKIKANS Nov Ihe steamship Breakwater from Puerto Cones brings the uews that buuchtz committed suicide when he found the tide of battle was against him Gen "Butran's ffajutunt and his nuance minister were killed H Alelen Baker, who was reported killed was with Maj h H Burk at the time and is unin- jured Franklin W Hall Convicted Nov jury-in the cafcc rranklm Hull of phiata, Pa charged with aiding Kills F Bar! caahier of the Lincoln National bank uf Lincoln, Lancaster countj in the iient of nearl) 000 brought m a of guilty Sentence was deferred pending a motion for a trial A Itmng Husb.iMd's Suicide. 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Po IB Tho In'Reat and finest ai- sortruent lo be found in the whole Htate Doll heads, WIRS, arms flhoca and doll items of every l ind Dolla that do everything bat tilk at lowor prues thau over Also a grand now stock of vory fine und stylish llmbreMss among which we offer one lot GOOD Gloria, fall MZO Umbiollas with silver handles at only 93c worth Hi 40 in tho city all over Latest Btvlen of Cuba Satchels and Hand BagH, Pocket Books, tidies Bnrenu overs mbcr Rohoa 311k Handkerchiefs ai d Wuffltrs and Iftdien' and gouts' Glovnq of every make Among our Gloves wo carry ;he most dnrablo kids, warranted the b at made in the market Fine Underwear 'amhrir parm nta, oraots Hosiery and many aaoful proaonts arrlv ng now ovory day Children a and Infants O itflta onr 8po oialty Hand knit Xephyr Worsted Goods, careful selected assortment New am vals also in raiases' and children's hats and All oar goods are the very beat obtainable ind pri-os GUARANTEED A OPPOSITE UIl'Y HALT. P 8.-Jait received a lot ATI. ATI K Unfltn for and HOUSEHOLD WOPiDS ALL OVER EUROPE. if s VAN lin- "BEST GOES FARTHEST." Nenv that its m im t in is are drawing the atte nti MI of the AniLtican public t it1 and ever since its u u u n, the iW of all v ill s n be appreciated here as ndi db eliewhue all ovet th 11 1 -Ml thit the man it mur ers request is simplv, out' r rial, or still better ac tnr.ara live test with whativu ther ceitoa it may be then HOUTEN s COCOA itsflf convince ever> one of n, gieat superiority It is bteuisL ot this superiority tint the 1 paper }ft ilth Once tried, us us Lie -otiffj u aaal witk, aad ccmt at >UK ;a t, 8 State. Cor, C1' OF TRENTON An ordiaance authorising the' payment nut of tbe fund u the (Genera! A o Trent u thi said city of Trenton was in id chargeable with the payment of BUHI IHSIII of borungh bonds and of said uaue uf M 1 ot I bonds. And whereas, There has acctimu atnl in said genrral account in the Sink tig r mid of the city of fren'on (created and maintained to pay the bonded obligations of 8-tnl e tv) a fund in excess of the amount requneil for the liquidation of any obligations or fluid city chargeable to said fond n h Mir] lui IB more than sufficient to puy the amount f said borough and Bchool district ho ils Now, therefore, the inhabitants of tho ity of Trenton do ordain Section 1 That the Commissioner of tlu Sinking Fond pay over to tho itp Treasurer, out of the said fni d known ai the General Accoui t In said Sinking rnml the eum of three tlionsand dollars (t i to reimburse him fir the payment of tmid j ipaue of boTongh end school bonds at Ihur maturity, paid out of said general fund as j aforesaid 8rc 2 the payment of faid remain ug issue of school bonds be mado a i ipon Tho balance of mid fond known as tho General Account in said Sinking Hind anil hat the Commissioner of tho said sunn g ?nnd be and he is anthorin 1 t pay out of such fund Bfttd IMDO of Haul s< hou! nds at their maturity reapeotlvdv Sec 3 That all ordlnames and parts it ordinances inconsistent herewith be and bo game are hereby repealed Passed Common (ouncil Novoinb r 18Lh 80 GEO R WHITTAKFR President JNO C OWKNB, City Clerk Approved November Iflth 1890 A A 8KIKM, Mayor [AdT'g fee, 11 21 5 C ITY OF TRENTON NOTICE OF ISTFVT10N TO AQBADF Purnnant to a resolution pass i by 001 mon Council at a meeting held N 7th 1880 noli e is hereM give i that it IB the intention of I ommon mn lit chance the grade of A portion of Glut n avetine, brginning at a point J6t fei in rtlu rh from he north cniblinaof (TUMIWO 1 avenne, measured on he tast cnrh 1 ne tf l liuton avei ue and 150 f ft on the w st urb line and extending northerly a Inta ce of 689 feet, measured on the eaat eurb line ot sa d imton avenne, and 7 te t m i nrod on the west curb line so tha thovame -hall onform to the profile of hit part f Clm- t n avenue made by the Pe Rail road Company dated Novt ntnr 7ih 13SK) and now on file in the office f I U Haven, C ity Surveyor Such persons objecting to ga d ange of grade are requested to appo-ir hfiire om n on Council at their mieti e to I held on lUESCKY EVfcMNO EK h, at 8 o'clock, an i be hear! fo themselves or tiy counsel when thesuhjoit chines up for consideration JNO C OWEN1! C itv Clerk Dated November 10th Mdv'ffoe I 11-111-15 The Real Estate, Safe Deposit, Trust and Investment Co., w ST A j. i jsi ri- 1 or AIT KINDS XT u THK TRKNTON TIMBP JOB PRINTING OFFtOI 1KKNTON N J Transacts a general bankmz business Allows interest on cash deposits subject to rheck at sight, Rente boxes of various afzoa n Ita tire and bnrglar proof vaults, the renter exi lusively iteeping the key Acta 9A agent for collwting rents and for purchase or sale of real estate Executes trusts of ovory description, aa Executor, Administrator Guardian, Trus- tee, etc I oaus money on mortgage and on col- lateral Agents for Cheqno Bank of London. Cheques for sale, good in all parts of the orld HDOH H, HAMIIL, President RKNHY 8 Ln ILI, Vice President, ABA F SRI KM Secretary HABKIR QOMKRK JR., Treasurer Wirrriu O MOOBB, Cashier. DIBHaORfl T N AdamB, Harry Eogors, lames Buftanun, Owen H L B Risdon, J ROaskill, Edmund C Hill, Hngh H Barker Oommere, Esq Bark r Gnmmere, Jr, Waah'n A Boebling, U 8 Little, A Meredith Dickinson, Fdward Grant Cook, will q V.nf 01 A CASK OF THOSE CIIOCOT Made by "Lowney, of Boston, at Broad Street Pharmacy.
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