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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey WKUNNSDAir AVIrlltNfJUtt. 10 1HE FINANCIAL CRISIS. A Boston Clothing Firm Fails for Nearly UOUIIOMIM, 11.031 U lUU'r Mm. Mllll. in. An tn lluute ti> Amis! In RrllevluK the Mruln Lutont meuta lu Fulluitj uf George W malfi Co. at Muadvllle, 1'u. BC-T Mm ur, i I er L 1 f> In 1 1 f n 1, III are 1 1 en the ere i 1 I i liil It is I Dt-u 10, hiiuBu, Bur- "l l NL tin el [iiu., iiierehmits of i i in uSe mi l I nil 11 1 I of the i N ii rml I n k an 1 Jonatl n A. i i t are the as M i Uur failure i u 1 i II l the el tl nig i P. i i tl Ii italh 1 appened about i ll at 11 e lime of the full 1 I1 t o and R Gaitl anil vv a-, caused partly in at 1 bv the niouej I u it n hut the liabilities pn babh be a meeting of II t luler 81 000 OOO, hnvever that the llablll tie-, ar un i r OOOWW Mr h it nc h is been in business for v u 1 he und his house have held a I ruik in the business coramu 1 e linn r ite 1 hv Bra Ktreet'H at con i M mi the time of the failure if Pitter 1 tn ell C o tbe llabll itles to be C7UOIIOO nnd the asset-nurU JluPeHiiK) It generally expeited thev would fail then, as their paper lui 1 been placed wholly through Pitter 1 i vi II o Mr Lovell is the son in Ian of Mr 1 he firm i< made up of Charles H in Burdett, A. b J M Burns and James Ran kiti end has lung been an important house in the trade branches in several west- ern cities Tlie Failure MEUAIHF Pa I) c Ihestatement uf the if the Delumater bank is not vatisfn nrv mid es no Kreat dejfree of hope to 1 11 tors It is said a warrant has issi eil for the arrest of Victor M n'e-i late c.i-luer of the bank and a bn hi-r of Wallace Delamater, he bei clvoixed aecepniig the money of di pi si if irl ujkug hours and with tin full knowledge tl al the assignment w as to be annomieeii IB less (han twenty- four t o irs State Ir Mirer Henrj K Borer arrived iniheeiiv vt-sUnlitv residence propmv is uirth f 10000, while vke liusn ess block in which the broken bank ib located c i-t JlOUOOO at Stuke. PmiMiH-'Hii DC 10-A special dis pateh from a staff correspondent of The wlio left (his city in company with Sta e Ireasu er B n er for Meadville says 'Mite Ii iMin r I' l SellKtor TulkB. After th I'lparture of the state treasurer Senator Delainater said regarding the cause ol the 'allure r, or to the election my po- s staiiid Ihe storj thst ou? i ik 1 ne tun continued for il e elimon, and we were iMi Mir troubles when the bouetim liticrtl eium i bank is u ten dus Titi just Ir ci ish c inn ihc n d cuisi nf the difficulty lies with me it 1 1 i h in thi> campalKn- to put up tfiuuo VMI i two otlur men m order to keiptii Ph ulilphia tmance company in coi d u i ah. r the of benator Mac i iriant In uld Ii 1 1 10 that I had to pay MII tin i tec wh oh 1 imd indorsed foi Mail ul u i, an I Hit) (ell due just bo- foie tlie el ctijn I was also forced to raise lrir_c sums of i iom t meet the de m mas in the ban k fr mi people who were withdra >n ttn bt en th ai 1 vl eil 1 4- L. n les tl. '1 il nun lo America. i H' tj il 11" tbe amount 1 1 i "rt n in Kuropc this rk Niriilv all of this t i.jps-tic wl ich t. Id will tend very i the mint'} btrmgeuc) I 1111 l MCIlt if which WHS "lie the i ids f ir money t i i irter per cent and lu f r i i i] ir in i mw except fear I it i l i., I'ah-iti On Suurdiiy i UK un unit ol tl.VX) r 1 I j s or lera were v- 1 tiens J.JOD IKlO, August i 000 lo M that horse could beat In a match race any trotting horse that stands ID the world. SANIAL BARRED OUT Tn. FtxttiHtlon ui Adult thv Soclallit labor Purly DtTHutT Mich Dec the con veutlou of the American Federation of Labor the special coninnttei appointed to BXMinli e ihe tre Ii i HaN of Luclell Sauial, frutii the Leuttjil Labor of New city rocuuinitndud tht) cordial accoptAUce of the fraternal expresslonv proffered by the bociuliat Labor party through Mr banlal aiid declared that tha hopae aupiruiionu of the Socialist and Labor unionist arw similar lUe com- mittee held that the American Federation of Labor is commuted against the intro- ductii u of mailers political and religious, aud [lint it could not legallj admit tha Kttlahst I aborparU to representation and shut door in Ihci lace of other political z itiotm 1 aie rei ommeniled that the credi nti ils pn si ntt i Mr Banlal from the Central 1 eder itiou of Labor be return eii that the action of President m refnsuiK that bo ly a charter as lei accord with the constitution of the American fe leration and should be aftliined b> the convention that the aetiou of the ejcet-u tive committee In refusing to return to the Central fe leration its charter affirmed, as that bod} virtually ceaseel to exist tbe charter was surrendered, that the con veution, while declining to admit repre- sentatives from the Socialist Labor party, at the same time declares itself tolerant of all phases of the reform and that it would bar no delegate on account of his individual political or religious be- liefs. Delegate Morgan presented a motion, which was seconded, providing that DO action be taken on the report of the com- mittee, that the report be published In full iogether with the statements of Prw ident Gombers and Lucieu Sanial, and re- ferred to the boellea represented in the con vention, n hich tihail consider the matter thoroughly and instruct their delegates to the next convention as to what course they shall pursue in anticipation of Its auain being brought up at that time Mr Morgan made a brief addreas lu support ot his motion, hut it was voted down A resolution was then offered rejecting tbe report of the committee and admitting tbe petition of tbe Central Federation of T bor for a charter be allowed, aud that Sanial be given a seat in the convention. Ihe latter part of this motion was ruled out of order by tbe president, who called J J Daly to the chair, aud taking the floor offered to the convention his statement of the affair which until this time he had persistently refused to make. His offer was A poll vote re- sulted in eighty delegates casting votes for the adoption of the committee's report, while twenty delegates nith a total of 535 votes cast them negatively The report was declared adopted, and the American Federation of 1-abor had taken iLs stand upon tbe socialistic elements' en- trance into its organization AUGUST BELMONT'S WILL Employes Remembered, bat Not a Charitable HrijnusU NEW YORK, Dec Belmont'g will has been filed It names Walther Luttgen of Linden, N J and Perry Bel- mout as executors, and provides that all the decedent's horses used for racing or breeding shall be sold, together with the racine establishments and olher property connected with raeing All his employes who been with him five yean or more get a bequest equaling their lespectivesal- aries An exception 38 made in the case of Allen Cole, a favorite employe, who gets tlu 000 His partner, Waltber Luttgen, gets Caroline Slidell Belmont, bis widow receives all household furni- ture, plate, books, paintings, statuary, wines and other articles of use, ornament or curiosity In both his city residence and bis Newport country house All horses not used in racing or breed- ing and c images are to be sold at her death except, however, the family por- traits, port rail s of the queen of Holland, marble bust of his wife aud marble bust of Commodore Perrj and the statuetes of his daughter, Jennie, and his son, Oliver, which are to be distributed among his children His widow is also given the residence and the house, No 111 Fifth avenue, for life. At her death they revert to the re- siduary estate Securities U) the amount of producing income of 000, are to be held in trust for his wife, the lucome to be paid to her At her death tbe securities are to be concerted and divided among bis three sons, Perry, Au- gust and Oliver Hazard and tbe Issue then lumg of his daughter, Frederlka. The hitter also gets the income of in bonds, amounting to a year. Her issue takes the principal at her death Mr Belmont does not make s single be- quest to charitable purposes Perry geta an income of from a trust fund of JX in securities Perry can dispose of the principal by the will The Peacemaker Wai Killed. BAY Cm Mich Dec, 10 1 o'clock James Crosbie, an engineer who boards In West Bay City, shot and killed Matthew 0 Shea, a bartender at the Portland hon Crosbie Was drunk and pulled a pistol on a man named Martin, when O'Shea sprang from behind the bar to prevent the and received a bullet through tbe heart and another through the right lung was arrested He he fired to frighten the crowd, and had no In- tention of killlng-an WHERE THIEVES CANNOT ENTER. Interior of a Safe Deposit Confidence. "So you think it would be nn wwy matter for up bank burglar to Into our vaultaf Raid president of a depfri't company C-ome ui with me and see for yourself Bae k thi ough tho office ho led the repm through an iron lattice work partition, thence Into tho stone walled iron lined uv closure anil this is how it lexjked The cellmps vviUls and floors of the uuni- Dartmcnts ai o all linwl with tho hoavlwt rail- road iron tho alternato pieces being inverted so as to piObont a Bohd mass without any in- toihticos Heavy running In earh di rection bind tho whole flrml> together, mat Ing tho six KiiKt. Impregnable Surrounding this Iron frame are hcavj of btono, cement and brick. Thw strui tui o is a shell and protecting cover for the different lion money boxes, which contain more shekels and pmsu-rs than I" CE-S.IW live] dreamed of Each of tho safes is built in the) most approved tiro and burglnr proof M vie Tho vv alls aro double, the Inner shell be ing of alternate layers of hard and soft Rtflt'l cae h ouo and a half inches in thick ue-ss inaJcmg a shi 11 alwut three mchoa thick. 1 Between tho outc'r aud inner walh is au nlr mclios thick, in liou of the Bio proof jMuldmg of plnxtor reinent and salts ordinal ll) tLsod. Tho outer wall is i ompose-d of la} e of iron about two inches thick flu ro aro two to safe, one for tho inner wall and tho other for tho outer shell Tho oeitrr door has a double comblnn tion look and nlio a tuno lock. The latter will not allow the Kafo to be opened even If tbo lombmation be Lnowu until after the time limit shall hav u expired The time lock will not allow tho safe to be opened between the hour of closing m tho evening and the tn i of ojioninj tho building tho next day ith all tbeso president ufil thnt tbo will rkify all tho cflorU of world, tho lli-Ji and the devil to hunt and anproprljato SiiAitri t 44 4 rl TOYiV the TCMB" tut. hue, all then There the Tens are bi itfhtiii'SB and ure Little and Big fur Kompinir und Studious Gills, including Gruul Ponderous Elephants and Frisky Squirrels Bleating bhcep, Mooing Cows and Caparisoned Horses in moving cavalcades, and Soldiers in camp and out upon aarades Trains dashing over hill and dale, iind Knights of Uld in tlitir unnoi of mml Little th.it liap und jump a' the turning )t a ku.und the Fumiiibt Men ami Worm-ii that did -LI Iron and tin and tronir tnr Curious, Little Bins who nisiht that tin handle IH made Then :here aie Fire Lnmnes, Locomntned and Cars :orfre'ght, Jingling Bills and Frolieboine Mon going around at a great rate And Horns, and Swords, and Drums, Bugles and Fifes, arid Miniature Gunboats, manned by Bane dunueis eager for stnte; Little Trinkets in Rubber, Wood and BniPB, besides hundreds of Pietty Tilings in China and Qluse. Curious Puzzlea, Teupms, Tops and Balls, and Building Blocks in colors gay, and Tiddledy Winks, the most popular game of the day. Then there are Pleasing Books for Boys and Gir's of everv age, Lite Like Dolls from over the sea, and thousands upon thousands of scintillating trinkets for the Chriht mas Tree But the mo-t humorous thing ot all in th s collection galore is a Mich nm al llonke) that gallops the floor Up in Ins dirninutne back there sits a Jovial Clow n in the ei est of clothe% wl'h streaks of blight paint all his face and nose. We ehow the mo t wonderful assortment of Dolls ever exh in this city and at p ices as never bnea seeu before qiehtad 2m Bisque h ail and closing ryes 50 fi How men "My fellow menv like a satire, You I so allow Here, tn my home bince childhood- Yet more than a stranger now l Pardon Not w holly a stranger, For I have a vv ifo and child That woman has w ept for tw o long years, And yet last night she smiledl Suiued as I leaped from the plfltfoi iu f tho midnight train All that 11 now was that smil of herfl, And our babe In my 01 again! Back from a tw o i cars But I have thought the hole thing through A hint of it came when the bars swung bacL, And I looked straight up In the. blue Of the blessed skies with my hat off Oho r a wife and ehild woman has wept for two long years, And j et last night bhe smiled I Vvhitcomb fuley in Chicago Ledger a Widow He gazed around tho cheerful and comfort able looking apartment Then, addressing the widow ho "Your husband 3 been dead over a ypAr nowT sho answered, a gentle sigh, "over a year "I remember reading his he said, "and I thought that it contained a mis- statement of facts "A mfiistatement of factsP' "Yes, it Kflid that he bpd gone to a better home. In my opinion it would be impossibh) for him to find a more cheerful, a more com- fortable, and, w ith you in it, a more chiv ui- ing and desirable homo thin this The widow smiled sweetly, then he popped and was accepted Courier Bow the Pages Make Money. The pages at the Capitol have so perfected the science of securing the autogiaphs of numbers thnt nn energetic boy on tho door- keeper's paj roll can get the nnmesof from 100 to 150 members per dav, depending somewhat upon the character of tho business that at the time is occupying the attention of the house. If the matter under is of a charac- ter that occupies general attention, the auto- graph flend cannot ply his nefarious calling, because the members will not pel mit them selves to be interrupted If, however tha enterprising page out on a day devoted to pi ivate measures or disti ict legU'lfUion, or something else in which tho statesmen take no interest or have no concern, ho will wind up with half tho members of the house on- rolled Post Washlncton as tin Angler. men mny be interested in thouu ex- tracts from Washington's diary for 17b7i "Monday, UOth Julj In company with Vfr Gouverneur Morris, went into the neighbor- hood of the Valley Forgo, to a Widow Moore's a at whose house wo lodged "Tuesday 81st July Before breakfast I rode to tho Valley Forgo, and over tho w bole cantonment and winks of tho Ameiican aiiuyin tho winter of 1778, aud on my re- turn to tho ulow Mi ore s found Mr and Mm. Robei t Morris, Spent tuo day fishing lodged at tho sarno place Mi l Went up to Trenton AdvorlisinK It It said will sell anything, this U true in a meisuro, but for staying merit la tho test FxtcnBlve advertising may sell anything where It Is i ew or unknown, but after II into general use, it Is judged to its worth The continued itflady K'Owlh of Swift'i ll the best Dvielenoe ol lU It Is most popul" where it Is kuoirn. Eveij bottle sold, nlU t-m oUien Evtry one that ttkei It l ernes IU friend, U to their acquaintances, on Blood -id Bkln ailed free Co., AU-nf-, Qk on u party YIT ana iwra. Muiris mid Mr 0 uvcrnear Morns. Tn the evening fish3d Tbe Empress of Japan Tho London Modu of Fashion says that tbe Fmpress of Japan us at the head of a poi f ul ement f or lettering the condition of the women of that country She estab- lished a college for women at Tokio, under the management of a committee of EurojXAti and Ameiican women The stflnijprd of edu- cation is very low, especially in the counluj disU icts, and it is hoped that this college will o a aluable aid in l nising the women of Japan to a higher In el In one of tho elon hospitals there are now thiee Japanese ladles n ho aro going tnrougb their training as nurses, with the intention of returning to their own country when qualified and teach ing their countijwomen Detioit .Free Press The Samoan Islands. consists of a group of four in tho Pacific ocean about as far from the Sandw icu klinds as tho latter oro from San Francisco and about miles to the north cast of Aus ralia Tho names of the four islands are Ijpolu, Apolima and Ma- couo, with a popuiatim, in of 200 ijneis mosth Americans, Englishmen aud Germans, nnd 000 natives, and with an 01 ca of square miles These Hnnrts are tho dominating power m that part of the Pac fiv. occin anil the center of commerce, Thet aiou tho I.no with all Amei lean com- mc u th Vu Zealand and Australia Detroit I o Press A M ive for n Single Meal. i Di i It is bcllevel that Oi mm I) _n h uhelkailer, is being fur ii n u f i _i i n an 1 linn u ution from Jeeldah mil 01 her ports in exchange for laves A slave if sold for a single meal ui the inieiui ot Soudan, where famine SUFFERERS OF Ti Or 1JTFUL EEEORS fes oonnilt Dr. 8X9 N Plrj KKNTH 81 years' experience H M 7 to 10 evenings, f coot unlng hill partic lieu ol 'in Pa Twenty 1UA M till 8 P. r book (sealed) lor home cure, The iwdlng ipecl> it 'a Yonng men wnd for medical Book. Rcn p, oninlution boun A Ji 111 1 r, H., it U nntil 9 P It to GOLDEN SPECIFY It can be flrcn ID top of eoffee or tea. or ID artt ici of food, without tha triowledBe oT the patient, Ii aecessary It IB ab-nlotely mad wfU effect i Tflrrnanent and BpoedyonrB. whether the patient IB moderate drinker alconallowrtcfc IT NF'i EH PAnA It operawe BO quietly and with snob car the patient no lB his complete n-fo.. ntlofl U 48 book of frea w- DBUOOI8T, Hanover Rin K 6. v n H. W COUNSELOR-AT-TAW, 143 Efst State Street, Tzanton, N. J, JOHN H BACKE8, COUN8JSLOE-AT-IAW, Font A Bltcnle Bnlldlnc, conier State Wai.en si.eeta, T AW OFFIUK8, H, 111 Mate Btrflot, Trenton, M. i. JOHN CAMINADE, AriOBNEY-AT-T.AW, 187 KABT STATE 8HWT. TKJWTON, N. J. AI.HAMBKA 25 NOKTH WARRHN TEBKlOB, N, J, .HiTTP, Pwprlrto.. The old DE BOARHMAN u not dead He u the only doctor of that name that ever lived in Trenton, 40 WKXI FEOBT G OJTIO I UODKS 1 EO F APPLEQAJJS, OEADCATB OPritlAN, Corner State and WfttrftB SUeetfl 9 A. M. (Font A Rlchey Building.) 4 P. M. 1BBNTOH, N J. The Eye a Spena'ty. A CEOOK DEALIM Ol Heaters, Bsngea and Hardware MIXED PAINTS (ATI. Broad and JUSl A CASE OF THOSE O1 -'S, Made b; of Boston, at Rroad Street Phannacy. Ihe Real Palate, Safe Deposit, Trust and Investment Co., W.UJ.AX I, N. J. Ti-niota a general banking bnslnnn. Aliens Interest on deposits, subject to ohecV right. Rents boxes of various In Ita fire burglar proof vtulte, the renter exqlnalyely keeping the kej Aub u agent for collecting rcnta and for or sale of r.'-al estate. Kxecntee truota of every daocrlptlon, u reODtor, AdmlninUator, Qnarrilan, Trus- tee, etc. mone. on mortgage and on ool- Utenl. for Cheque Bank of Lond ,u Cheques for good in all parU of the World. HTJOB H, IT Ann T, Piwident. HUH BY S. Vice President. F BKIBH, QPMKBK, JB., Treaaarer, Wn.iTAU Q MOOEI, Owhlar, T N. Adams, Hany Sobers, James Bnohanan, Onen U Locke, L B RIsdon, Hugh H Hamlll, Barker Onmmere.taq Gdmmere, Jr., A Eoebllng, H 8 I.lttle, 8. Uoiedith Dicklnnon, a Oaakill, Gnnt Cook, Edmnnd C Hill, William 8 Tard AlWt Clapton PERSONAL AND PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO PAT ENTS, CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS, INTERFERENCES AND ALL OTHER CAUSES. STODDART 613 615 7th Street, N. W [Opposite U 8. Patent WASHINGTON. D C WE tXAMINE EYES 'vc otjiclnl) hmti III1LTM itdfIDOlloC Klfftrlc rell iMtullr, to lit w _ OCUUSTS' 'ORKRSFIllfD. YOU THINK EYES ARE COODI Wyou We thifui examined you will prolmMy flnd that there Is something wrong with them and that will bo a great help to you "DIA which are mule onlybyut, anel recommended by lend Ing Oculists a.i the best nldstodeferlhc vftlon Solid Gold Bpeetacles (3.00) imml prior 8B.OO Steel Speutaclei UMial I .no Artinnatfyeilnstuta] usual price 10 oo HZIHEMAHABRO.I1303. Ninth 8t (PHILADELPHIA. ind Walnut Sh SAVE. ri he intermediate profits and purchase your Clothing from i i i i i i L i i i who are manufacturers for the retail trade. or Cutaway ,'rrck Us, In beautiful mixtures, plain fabrics. Fit, wear and quality guaranteed. isMnf? i )opartmont. We will continue to sell the bargains we advertised last week. SMOKING JACKKTS IIO MI JAYS. 'l HUB and i'lirnislicrs. South Broad anH Front Sts. I Opening of Holiday Croods. Call and ace HAVE ALSO NOW A ULL LINE OF NEW AND DFJJIEABLE UNDEEWKAB FOB the Fall for Ladi's, Gems' Children Natural Wool, Scarlet Hedlctttil, White and Merino, one thi.d wA one- half wool all wool, heavy weight, medium weight Also ribbed goods, whlcn are BO popular, from 25c. np. HOSIEHV All the new styles, both Fast Black colors The boat Fast .nj fanry color In the city for 85o GLOVE- In Silk Caihruere d Eld. Enitllng Tarag, Germantown Wools, Zephyrs, Knitting Crochet Silkn in all colon. New Gimps, Fringes, Steel Trimmings, 1-v-yi, Tiding, Goods, Felta, China HANnKEBcaiEFS ihe stock of Handkerchiefs IB Urge and cirefally selected. In All the leading The Fenia Waist C. P. v 4 33 and 125 North Broad Street. READ THK Tt.unM, with VMM duly for PltBburg, C BAnROAO 1HK QTtKA. IHUDK TTNB AND tlFUlIII 81 MAR, ROUiK. On and after November 21, Von, im leave Trenton u followi enmroN si 10 29 a. m. Fut T.lne wlu, Parlor Sleeping Out, dsjly for PiUsbnrg, Oolnmbni, ana St. lonli, ex oept Saturday for Ohlc-ffO and Toledo. 9.06 p, ra, WnterU With Pnllman Vea tlbnle Bleepiau On md Dining Ou to Phila delphla, (or FlltaborK Oblngo, Ctacin nau and Bt dallv Hxcent Rotnriltv Toledo, Buffalo, Rochester and Nilgua Fall! 1 60 B B> Tt bnle Sleeping Can, Toledo, eicept Saturday for cleve Imnd. Ht. Lcnln, Ohlfijo and Olndnnttl vnfl leave. Philadelphia at 4 25 p m. dally lor Wnclnnul at. Pullman Tettlbnin Hieeplng Ot to Clnclnnnu and Bt Louis, Pamenger coach te Oolnmbns, Dining Oai New York to Ai toonA and Colnmboj to 8t Lonli, Connecting n at 2 45 p, m week-dayginr 11 48 a, m. Snndays. 'oi niiumore Wwhlugton asfl aie Sonth, K.e.S, 765, 9 10.10, (Limited Kipinr, par. lor can and dining car, U8S a, 687, Sxprou Parlor and and Dining 4 1 39 p. m On Bnnday, l.fl, t and I. m (Oon- gromlonal Llinl" Pulor ind Dining oanj, 4 10.47 m only, 2 45 am) 9 60 Sunday, 9 50 p m. Cor points uu a uuiu Cincinnati, Sleepers. Dining Oar, and Ootoh< hrongh. 6 88 p. rot Philadelphia, (Broad ilroet) 2.27, 668 00 9 28 9 28 I" n (Limited e. preu, parlor ovra and dining car, a, ID USD, l.w 24% 169 HIV, 685 7.85, 6.05, S.'ili ana lO 47 p, D Snnday i37, 29 and 11.48 I. m 5.19 Srt' i I" 47 p, m tooom. 7.00, 8 00, 11 47 m.; 13.49 1 18 J.KI WO, 8 SO, 9 07 p. m. flil'd'f 13.01 B.08, 7.00, 8 80 and OB T n" For Oamden, and m 122 4 14, 6 Hi, 7 J M p. ra Bnndays m., 410, 808 p. ffl. Cor New York (Kiprctij i. 6 JO, 5 80, t 10, 10 08, 11 50 I. m., 12 17 ted and dining car, 1 55 l, 4 49 i W 7 80 7 40 9 OS 10.60 p. m. Sundays, 1 Vi, 4 605, 4 10, 20, 80, 7 40, 8 02, 02 p in 7.10, 987 a. m, 5C6 p m, Bnndtyg, m For Boston, without change, 10 16 p m. week days, and 7 SO m elall; inte tonnerutu n aut- Hroid Rlreet Btat vl h trainn for unk. Cor Nnrristown, Phipnixnlle, FotU towu, Beading, HamoDrj, PotUville and lutei mediate poinie. SoruiP.ntowU Jnnotloi forpolnti on the fleimantown and OhniLUD Hlllbrannh, For Brooklyn, N T all through tnlu oonon Jeney OWj with of "Broollju irvne, Airect tramfer to and no" Ftilto. double and Jifent n New Totk olty. ror Bli-beth and Kewark, 7.10, 7.45, a m; un, isn, 4.10, 4W, 7.00 7 4n un 10.60 m. 0" Runn-' 420 B87 a m., 1.87, 410 620, 740 and For Newark only. 6 80 ra 1147, 1.66, t.V, p. m. Sunday, 10 87 a, m. fuiP.hw.y, i 7.10, 1917, 4.10, .6.06. 7 80 and 10.BO p. m. On Su for Buffalo, Rleviier, 8.00 Opposite City Market. day. IJffi, 6.00 and 9.S7 m.; 8.20 and Princeton 7JO, 7.U, 91H. a, II.' 1117, 1.87 8.06, MO 7.00 p. ra
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