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U ts GROCERY - New Jersey Courier
EVERYBODY READS IT :: THE COURIER IS THE HOME NEWSPAPER OF OCEAN COUNTY :: IT GIVES ALL THE NEW S
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E S T A B L IS H E D 1850.
Empire Shoe Store ON VOORHEES’ RACK
C. MARTIN.
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Toms River, N. J., Thursday Afternoon, April 18, 1895.
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SOLIOZTOB IX O b AMOEBY.
Cor, Greenwich A Dey Sts., New York.
OFFIOB OYKB THE BAXX,
Toms RiYer, N. J. Has a Special Sale of Ladies’ and
Gent.’s Hand made Shoes for $1.90,
wide and narrow toes. In order to
r HOLMES BIRDSALL,
accommodate onr customers when
•
A t t o b h iy a t L a w ,
ordering shoes we will purchase any
M a b t e b a n d E x a m in e r i n C h a n c ery
other goods desired, a t the lowest
AND NOTABY POBLIO.
prices. Best care and prompt atten­
O F F IC E ON MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE
tion to all orders received by mail.
THE OCEAN HOUSE, TOMS RIV0R, N. J .
N. D. K endall
W. CARMICHAEL,
I
C ounselor
M a ster
at
in
L
aw
B a s k s ,: S ta tio n e r y : and
F a n c y : H oods
an d
C h ancery,
Jewulty, Sllvuifwar?, Silver NcveRteei
Toms River, N. J. New York and Philadelphia Morning
and Evening Papers.
Subcriptions received for papers and
T AW OFFICES.
magazines at publishers’rates.
Orders for Jewelry or Silverware not
^
EDWARD H. MURPHY,
in stock will receive careful at­
S h r e e v e ’s B u il d i n g ,
tention.
O f f ic e
on
M a in f i s m u r r ,
'P o s t B H I c b B la r e
No. 280 BROADWAY, N E W YORK.
W . G. CDNRiLIl
R LEON GOBLE,
D
DBALB& IN ALL KINDS OP
DENTIST,
T U M B ER , C O A L AND W O O D , H A R D
OFFICE AT UNION HOUSE, MAIN STREET,
TOMS RIVER. N. J .
«*Woe Days—Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
T e c t a extracted without pain by A nesthetic
a p p lle t to gums.
L'
ware,
L ocks,
H inges, Screws, Nails,
b lass, e tc ., Doors, S ash, Blinds and
M ouldings, Shingles, L a th , Lim e, Ce­
j^ O S T E E N WALTON,
C o n tra cto r
of
P
m ent, B rick, etc., etc.
Lowest prices
Office a n d Y a rd o n B a y S t r e e t ,
l a s t e r in g and
B a rn e e a t N. J.
B r ic k - L a y in g .
R ep airin g n e a tly and p ro m p tly done. All
w ork g u aran tee d . Estim ates o r advice given
w‘t b pleasure.
Address,
TOMS R IV E R . N. J .
iL u m a D k ’s Y a r d
O p p o site R a ilro ad D epot, T o m s River*
J^ O B E R T STREBLAU,
Watchmaker
and
L
U M B E R , COAL, LIME,
J eweler,
T te p iirlu g of W atches, Jew elry , Spectacles,
etc ., a Specialty.
Main Street, near Water, Toms River
Sash ami Blinds.
Blacksmith’s
Also,
Coal.
At
lowest prices for cash.
A PATTERSON,
Al
Cement and Brick, Doors,
PRACTICAL
For a New and
HARNESS MAKER,
VanHi se Building, Washington St.,
Toms River, N. J
Gilt-Edged Class of Goods
jp
You should visit
U t s GROCERY
Y. VEEDER.
(F o rm erly VanHise & Son)
Blacksmith
and
W heelwright S hops Main & Washington Sts., Toms River
A full line of High Grade
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Provisions, Flour, Feed, Etc.
PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES
A ll work prom ptly attended to in first
class style. W ater street, Tom s River.
S u c c e ss o r to V eedeb & E
C
vebnham
HAS. T. HUDSON,
BARBER.
T
E stablished 1877.
O pposite the O cean H ouse.
W here S atisfaction is generally given to oil cus­
to m ers. Ladles’ Shampooing a specialty, done
bv Mrs. Hudson.
eeth
E
P
x t r a c t e d w it h o u t
a in
G e o .T . C r o o k
D E N T IS T
N e w * Notet From Near-by.
PRESBYTERYSAY“NO”
Ocean Grove now has th e free postal d e­
livery system .
C A N N O T L E T H IM P R E A C H .
D ID H E PA Y F O R H IS J O B ?
The ML Holly F air dates a re October 7th to
l lth , inclusive.
The Rev. Mr. W iddem er'* Trouble
M ora Queer D oings by the Board
W. H. V oorhees has resumed charge of the
Continues.
of Arbitration.
Bay H ead bakery.
A n ational bank for B elinar is prophesied
A
F
o
m
e
r
R
r
s
U c n t o f T o m s R iv e r D e­
P l e a s u r e T rip * fo r F o r d ’s E m p lo y e * P a i d
for the n e a r future.
p o s e d f r o m t h e A s b u ry P a r k P re s b y ­
f o r b y t h e s t a t e — C o u n ty C le r k s o n
The public school a t WbitiDgs closed for
te ria n c h u rc h .
t h e S ta n d .
the term on F riday.
Residents of T ouib River will recall the Rev.
T re n to n , April 12—T oday was th e first day
S tation ag e n t John R. Hall of Bay IIead>
Howard T . W lddem er, who w ith his lath er,
th a t any Ocean county m en had appeared was stunned by a thunderbolt last week.
Rev. E. 8. W lddem er and th eir tw o families,
before th e Voorhees *• Lexow " com m ittee, aod
Long Branch is to have a new telephone
occupied the hoilse on Main s tre e t just below
ex-C ounty Clerk C. B, M athis an d the present
service w ith an annual rental tee o f $24.
Riverside cem etery, during th e sum m er of
C lerk A. C. B. Havens were the tw o witnesses
At Red B ank, the scheme of m aking tram ps 1888. Mr. W lddem er had a t th a t tim e recently
from Tom s River. All ihe other C ounty Clerks
and recent lucum beots of th a t office were also work on the street seems to o perate success­ reeigued o r been deposed from an Episcopal
fully.
church Iu P hiladelphia ; aud left here to take
sum m oned from the other counties,
W ork has been begun on Ibe new dorm itory th e pastorale of a C ongregational church iu
l a 1880, the m ethod of paying Suprem e
C ourt judges in fees was changed to th a t of a and kitchen a t Peddle Institute, H ighblow n. Brooklyn. F rom Brooklyn h e w ent to New­
a rk . whvire he joined the N ew ark Presbytery
fixed salary . As th e salary was paid by the I t will co st $26 000.
Slate. Ibe law intended th a t the contestants in
A new Life-saving station, sim ilar to the one and last sum m er lie was called to tile pastor­
civil suits and the county in crim inal cases, recently hullt a t Sperm aceti Cove, Is to be a te of the F irst Presbyterian ch u rch a t Asbury
P ark , afte r th e death of Rev. F ra n k Chandler,
should pay the State the sam e fees as h ereto ­ erected a t S pring Lake.
fore w ent to the justice. Counsellor Corbiu
B urglars have been o perating extensively D. D.
B ut the cloud th at haB heretofore overhung
explained this fact and read the recent Comp* about Asbury P ark and Long B ranch, railroad
Mr. W lddem er’s bright prospects, still over­
tro lle r’s report, showing th a t rnauy of the depots being frequently visited.
shadow s w hat should be a b rillia n t career i
C lerk's had failed to m ake re tu rn s o f tdese
T w e n ty \>arre\% o\ \\eTr\ng wV w a
V*,
nod y l lbc luceOjjtf u l ihe M om nouih Preebyfa a * , a d d le # lb .il th e y ba d cubed Ib e C lerk >
quite a com m on occurrence w ith C harles Scui-) tery a t C raubury last week, h e was deposed
together to get suggestions in this m atter,
thorp, a t the M antolokiog bridge.
from the church pulpit, and Rev. G. McClellan
ab o u t which there was so m uch a p p a re n t m is­
Miss May Lukens found the baud and fore­ of Lakewood, sent to fill the vacancy.
understanding.
Iu 1888, wheu Mr. W iddem er was rector of
T hese fees, the counsellor added, were part arm of a woman upon the beach a t Uarnegat
th e Church o f th e Beloved Disciple in Philadel­
of th e legitim ate income of th e S late. I t was City. I t was buried by the Life-saving uieu.
P ennsylvania R ailroad officials expect to phia, formal charges were b ro u g h t against
th e duty of the Com ptroller to furnish blanks
and notify the Clerks to forw aid the am ounts have th e ir branch from Burlington to Mount him . accusing him of im m orality and violation
due w ithin ton days afte r each term of court. Holly operated by electricity on the trolley of th e canon o f the P ro testan t Episcopal
church eulltled " of M arriage and Divorce."
W hile there was no penalty prescribed if the system by th e first of June.
C lerks failed In their duty, y e t he thought such
B enjam in M. H artshorne, o f A tlantic High­ T hese charges w ere based on th e fact th a t he
a failure was clearly ah im peachable if not land, lo st chickens continually until be set two m arried again a fte r securing a divorce from
indictable offense.
traps. The trap s netted two ca ts,th ree hawks, his first wife.
Jr was alleged th a t he m arried Miss Josephine
M r. M athis, who was C lerk ol Ocean county one opossum , and two red fo*es.
DodBou of A lbany, in 18Y1, th a t subsequently,
iu the interim of 1887-88, between the death of
Cham pion Zim merm an is going to be written
p ap e rs of m utual agreem ent of separation were
Ju d g e Jam es and the election of S enator
up In S crib n er's Magazine. He w ent to New
executed. A fterw ard he sued for divorce on
Havens, testified th a t he had no knowledge
York an d bad his pictures tak e n in various
th e ground o f his wife’s desertion,
no
tlnit these fens were to be collected and paid
racing poses (o illustrate the article.
answ er bc|ug m ade to the suit th e divorce was
over to the State and th a t in fa c t very fpw
P ro p rieto r A. R. Johnson o f the Bluffs hotel g ra o te d . I t was further alleged th a t after ob­
practicing lawyers paid up their co u rt fees;
th a t be bad received no notification from the a t Bay H ead, is looking forw ard to a large taining a divorce he m arried Miss Ju lia DeC om ptroller till three years afte r his term of season a t tffat resort, basing his belief upon W ill, his fo rm e r wife sli|l being alive, which
w as against the laws governing clergym en of
office had ex p ire d ; th at he then w rote the the advance applications to r room s,
T here are fifty three women iu the m er­ th e P ro testan t Episcopal church.
C om ptroller tc let him know how he could
A t his tria l before an ecclesiastial court the
ascertain the am ount due the S tate during his cantile business in ’B urlington county, and,
term sb clerk, and he would rem it a t once. am ong sixteen failures th at have taken place Rev, Mr. W iddem er denied th a t he had dis­
in
the
la
s
t
(tyo
years,
none
w
ere
by
the
gentler
obeyed the canQp o r Violated hi* oidluatlou
But he added th a t be bad not yet found out.
vows, and contended that the agreem ent of hiB
Mr. Havens was the second Witness. He sex.
also testified th at he had received no notification
A careful estim ate by a statistician pats the first wife was u o t lutended as a waiver of his
from C om ptroller Heppenheitner till ho bad num ber of vastrauts in the U nited States at rig h t to divorce.
Bishop W hittaker, on .Tune 23, 1888, on the
been three years in office.
40,000. T he cost of each to the country is
" T h a t waa a clear violation o f law In the $3 33 a week or #8 000,000 a year. So much evidence, deplfluff th a t fiP wqa g u ilty on ail of
C om ptroller’s office," said Mr. Corbin.
th e charges, and suspended him from duty aB u
for tram p s |
Mr. lla v e o s added th a t the instruction
P atrick B irm ingham was flued fifty dollars re cto r aud from all exercise ot th e offices of the
blanks were very indefinite and th a t any and costs, la s t week by the M onm outh courts, m inistry uutil his relations w ith his second
atte m p t to obtain Inform ation from C om p­ for selling liquor illegally ia Howell township. wife ceased, providing the suspension Bhould
tro lle r Heppeubelm er o r bis counsel, Leon He was before the Ocean courts last December n o t continue longer than five yearsAbbett, J r ., resulted in even m ore ponfqs|on
T he Rey. Mr. Widdemer decided not to give
on ffie 5uqie t-harun.
np hl6 wife, and on June 22, 1888, resigned his
H e had been referred to three laws, and ip
Lyttleton W hite has been m aking arrange­
each of them the fee6 were different, ranging
p asto ra te of the Church of th e Beloved Dis­
ments w ith the B rigantine trolley com pany to
from SO cents to $1.50 for th e sam e services.
ciple, and in th e fojlqwjng Npvpm her severed
coupect w ith bis steam er whUffi fie Jofijflds tn
O ther county clerks told practioally of the
h |s rpppeclion w ith the Episcopal church.
run betw een Beach Haven and Brigantine
6am e condition of affairs and of the trouble
I t Is understood th at It is because of the testi­
Beach th is summer.
they bad in collecting fees from a ce rtain class
m ony given in this church trial, and furnished
The G eorge Pearce Com pany, m akers of th e P resbytery o f Monmouth by Bishop W hitof law yers.
bicycle lam ps and saddles, is doing an ex­ ta x e r of the Episcopal diocese of Philadelphia,
T J ia f A r b it r a t io n H o a rd A g a in .
tensive m anufacturing business a t Freehold. th a t they have taken their ground against Ins
T he S tate Board of A rbitration aod its
About ^5 hands are em ployed. Over 1,200 occupying a p u lp it Id their juriB<Jic(|Qn, The
peculiar v/ay of doiDg busiuess, nam e in for
lamps alone were shipped last weektrouble threatens to cause a s p ilt in the Asbury
an o th e r scoring, i t was shown from their
John W anam aker amassed a fortune by tell­ P ark church, w here a large m inority uphold
m inutes th at the Stale paid for a telephone
ing
people
who
wanted
things
where
they
the action of the Presbytery, b u t where the
which w as put iu chaiim an M cDonnell’s
residence: th a t though th e Q u a rter Mat-ier could be found. He say s: “ if you w ant to do m ajority seem s to cling to Mr. Widdemer,
claim ing th a t he is a much persecute^ m8R>
business
you
m
ust
let
the
people
know
It.
General furnished them with a telegraph
fran k , y e t the bills for despalubes which went Standing: advertisem ents, when changed fre­
quently,
arc
better
and
cheaper
than
reading
free u nder this frank were paid to the board
In Fraternal Circles.
notices. They look m ore substantial, and are
as expenses by the 8tale.
A nother fact deduced from th eir m inutes business like, and inspire confidence.”
The program for the n ex t session o t the
V O L U M E 45—N U M B E R 29
P O IN T P L E A S A N T .
The New York & Long B ranch R ailroad
Company la p u ttin g In a new draw on th e
M anosquan river bridge a t this place, and also
driving pilin g along the entire south side o f
the structure.
I t Is announced th a t a tallyho will be ru n
regularly from P leasure Bay to this place aud
return du rin g the com ing summer.
T he suit o f Georgo C. Newbury, the M anasqunn builder, ag a in st Mesdames Cham piin aud
M orford, th e ow ners of the Leighton hotel a t
this resort — postponed for th e term a t th e
couuty co u rts) was to recover $4000 which N ew­
bury claim s h as been held back. The ow ners
say the hotel la not up to th e ppeclficatious,
while N ew bury insists th a t th e building is O.
K. and a dispute between architect aud builder
is th e real ground o f the trouble.
Rev. D. M oore and family were tendered a
reception a t th e M. E . parsonage on last
T hursday evening. The new pastor Is well
liked.
J . M. C haiey has moved to our lowu from
New E gypt to ca rry ou a m ilk route, w ith th e
Cream R idge dairy farm s as a base of supply.
He is a b ro th er to Holmes Chafey, our re sta u rauteur, and will have a m ilk depot in th e
Hendrickson building.
Rev. W. L. Cuuulngham , D. D „ of o u r
' P resbyterian church, delivered the sorinon be­
fore the M onm outh Presbytery a t C raubury
last week.
B orough Council meets every Monday even­
ing to deliberate over the needs of o u r borough
and plans for Its advancem ent.
Special E aste r m usic was rendered In o u r
churches ou S uuday last,
D. Cohen celebrated the Jew ish F east of th e
P assover by closlug Ills store.
W illiam C. C loke, R iparian Com m issioner,
has moved in to bis sum mer cottage on O cean
The dan c in g cla-s reception comes off on
tom orrow —F r i d a y - oveulug ; and a rare social
event is anticipated,
M ickle C onover have placed a new steam
euglne in th eir sash and blind factory.
Summ er co ttag ers are m aking m any im p ro v e­
m ents to th eir hom es h e re ; and w ith th e ndw
houses th a t a re going up, o u r builders a re
fairly busy.
L ast w eek lightning struck the b atb ln g
pavilion a t th e Beacon hotel.
M ANCH ESTER.
Old residents here are glad th a t the T orrey
tra c t—which for m ore than fifty years has been
in the possession o f the T orrey fam ily—w as
bid in by a T o rrey , Mr. W iiliam A. T o rrey
w ho purchased it for bis wife, E lizabeth C.
T orrey, Mr, T orrey Intends to m ake M an­
chester bis legal residence and devote him self,
n o t only to the Interest of M anchester, b u t
also to th a t of the county. I t was th is Mr.
T orrey w hose indefatigable energies w e re so
successfully devoted to the const ruction of tbe
New Jersey S outhern R ailro ad ; aud Ocean
county i* indebted to him fo r tbe results o f
this enterprise. W e predict th a t M anchester
will a t ouce feel the effects of his u n tirin g
vigor and iudom itable will.
The congregation of the M. E. church gave
tb elr p asto r, th e Rev. Mr. Conover, a donation
last W ednesday evening. T here were throe
large clothes baskets filled with groceries and
provisions o f all kinds.
W iiliam Jeu k in s, an em ploye of the m achine
shop, ran a piece o t steel in his thum b about
ten days ago. D r. Brouwer took It o u t ; but
blood poison s e t In and he died on W ednesday.
F uneral services were held a t the house ou
S aturday m o rn in g ; th e rem ains being tak e n
to B rooklyn on the 10 30 train and in terred in
Greenwood cem etery,
C harles H a rt of New B ritain, Conn., is visit­
ing bis brother-in-law , John W alow right.
Fred S u tto n has a new C rescent wheel.
Anton H einzcr h as p u t up new slgus iu fro n t
of bis barber shop.
McCallloq Bros, have painted th eir m eat
m arket and nut up u Une new sign.
Mr. J . W. W aiuw rlght has put a new fence
in front of h e r Union avenue cottage occupied
by Jos, Alloway, Jr.
T he PresbyterlBD and Methodist eburebel
held E aste r services w ilh a p p ro p riate ranslc
and singing. T be churches were handsom ely
decorated w ith Easter lilies and o th er flowers.
GLAD EASTER DAY!
LAKEW O O D.
Boys and g irls a re bringing bunches o f
S E R V IC E S A T O U R C H U R C H E S th e fra g ra n t arbutus and th e beautiful pixey to
town.
Com m itteem an A. S. L arrabeo b a t m ade
Specially Arranged M u s ic and g re a t im provem ents In tb e ap pearance o f
C
lifton
avenne, w hich by tb e w ay is now one
B right Flowers.
of tb e principal streets o f tb e tow n.
Miss Id a N ew m an, d a u g h te r-o f C la rk A.
Tim w orld takes up y o u t ch a n t sublim e—
N ew m an, w on th e recent D em orcst m edal
,l The L o id Is risen 1" The n ig h t of fear
coutest, w ith Miss M ary S hearm an a close
H as passed aw ay, and heaven draw n near.
second.
W e b re ath e tbo a ir of th a t blest clim e
T he S aturday m atches a t th e G olf lin k s fo r
A t Eaetei- lime.
____ — L u cy L arcom . the c a p offered by Messrs. C onverse a n d K e rr,
a ttra c ts considerable atten tio n am ong society
M e th o d is t E p is c o p a l.
folk.
Tbo E a s te r sermon w as preached Sunday
A p ap e r sale—w here all th e artic le s offered
m orning by Roy. W. J , A bbott of A sbury P ark, were m ade o t p ap e r—was a novel affa ir a t Mrs.
w ho chose as his text, "C o m e Bee the place M orey’s on W ednesday o f la s t w e e k ; a n d
whore th e Lord lay ." —M att.28:6. (M r. Abbott netted a n e a t sum for a w orthy ch a rity .
was one of th e pastors of th e Tom s R iver cir­
E aste r w as Indeed a gladsom e d ay am ong
cuit iu I860, when Dr. E . H . S tokes was the o n r church-going people. E specially a ttra ctiv e
senior p re ach e r? anil a num ber o f th e older m usic »nd floral 'd ecorations w ere am ong tb e
socmharu o t ih e church louiid la hlui an old features of th e day u t each o f o u r ch u rch es.
friend.) E aste r music was furnished by a
T he Tim es aud Jo u rn a l suggests th a t Lakedouble q u a rte t choir, T h e chancel was decor­ wood lowubhip secure an election fo r a $2000
ated w ith lilies and o th er bloom ing house license fee. I t is a good Idea. As th in g s
plants.
stand a t present, no one b a t o a r th ree larg e
A t th e 8abbath-6chool, each scholar was re ­ hotels can secure a hotel liceusp—th e s tro n g
mem bered w ith a chocolate E a s te r egg.
rem onstrances th a t can be obtained In this
Tbe Suiiday-school’s E aste r fete to o k place tow n ag a in st a saloon license Invariably cru sh ­
in the ev ening, wben the follow ing program ing such an application in tb e courts—and
was rendered, th e S uperintendent, W. 8. th ere is no reason w hy th e y . sh o u ld n 't pay
Roberts, p re sid in g :
$2000 apiece into th e tow nship treasury in ­
Orgau voluntary.
stead of m erely a nom inal fee o f $150 as a t
Siuglng, G loria P atri.
present. $6000 would be a big re lie f to o u r
Apostles’ C reed, In concert.
tax p a y ers If deducted from tie r p re sen t tow n­
S inging, '* T he m orning light Is breaking."
ship tax , o r It would adm it of mftuy Im prove­
S cripture reading, M att. 28:1-10.
m ents If added to our p resen t budget.
Binging, " C hrist tbe Lord is risen agaiu."
T he pupils of the Lakew ood H e ig h ts boys’
R ecitation, " W here the E aste r lilies grow ," Bchool und of Miss F arrin g to n ’s y o ung lad ies’
MIsb J u lia Bmllli.
sch o o l—th e O aks—have been onjoying th e ir
Binging, " Seekiug fo r Jesus."
E a s te r vacation.
P rayer, p asto r A. M. N o rth .
Officers have been elected by th e C h ristia n
R ecitations, “ C om forting E aste r bells,' E ndeavor society of th e P resb y teria n church
Lydia P ltte n g e r; " J o y of E a s te r,” Miss Anna as follow s: MIbs H . E . Sm ith, p re sid e n t; G .
M. Harvey.
A. H a rre r, vice-president; Miss A. B. F re e ­
Binging, “ 8bephcrd lead u s."
m an, recording s e c re ta ry ; Mrs. H . S. Sim ons,
R ecitations, " E a s te r m o rn in g ," B ertha 8. corresponding s e c re ta ry ; Miss t . K eener,
G ro v er; " M ary a t th e tom b,” Miss Lillie trea su rer.
Adams."
A d ra g h u n t last F rid a y afte rn o o n s tarte d
Binging, “ G athering out o f tea rs."
from M acBean’s and ended w ith In th e con­
Address by W. J . Abbott.
fines of y o u r tow n, crossing some p re tty rough
Responsive S cripture reading.
pieces of country in its course. M any carriag es
Binging, "C o ro n atio n ."
tbo tallyhos, and num erous cycliBts enjoyed
P re s b y te r ia n C h u rc h .
w atching the s p o rt from the road, in th e
Beautiful displays o f potted (lowers bore neighborhood of w hich tb e scent wa# laid.
Rev. C. H . M cClellan, p asto r o f o u r P resby­
evidence to th e E aster s p irit w hich indeed dif­
fused itself throughout the w hole d ay . M orn- te ria n church, preached a t th e F irs t PreBbyte rla u church of A sbury P a rk , on S uuday
tug services were aB follow s:
evening last.
O rgan voluntary.
E d ito r S t. C lair M cK elway of tho B rooklyn
Doxology.
E agie, was a recent arriv a l.
Invocation by pastor.
H llury A. H erbert of A labam a, S ecretary of
Autbem , " C hrist the Lord is risen to d ay."
the Navy, has been stopping a t th e L aurel in
S cripture reading.
th
e
Pines.
E aster anthem by choir.
Since th e death of G eorge C upples ( a yonng
P ray e r.
ca rp e n te r w ho died a fo rtn ig h t a g o leaving a
Hym n No. 150.
Seruiou by Rev. J . J . C o a le ; " The re su r­ w ife aud six sm all ch ild ren ) th re e of th e
rection o f C h ris t."
children have followed th eir fa th e r, being
tak e n off by m alignant sca rlet fever.
8olo, by M iss P alm er.
Hym n, No. 158.
The evening services were :
J A C K S O N T O W N S H IP .
O rgan volantary.
Hym n, N o. 160.
H a rry A pplegct Is p u ttin g new m achinery
S cripture readlug.
and c irc u lar saw s in his B ennett Mills saw
P ray e r.
mill.
Anthem by choir.
Joseph M iller moved on his farm n e a r H olSerm on, " C o m e see th« place w here the m anville last T hursday.
L ard la y ."
W illiam A pplegate will till th e C ook farm
Solo, by M iss B urcbard.
th e com ing season.
Hym n No. 1(M.
Am os A pplegate will m ove on hla fa th e r's
place a t H arm ony.
A t th e B a p tis t C h u rc h
Rev. J . A. Lum ley preached an excellent
The m orning services were as fo llo w s:
“ P raise G od from whom a ll blessings flow." serm on a t H arm ony on Sunday.
C o w p erth w eit* Exchange,Toms River
P. W . E lm er has ag a in gone in to m ercantile
R esponsive reading, Psalm U1V.
LYSSES S. GRANT,
Nitrous Oxide Gas administered. Am
business a t C la rk sb u rg on a larg e scale,
Singing, G loria P atri.
also sole proprietor for Ocean County w»s th a t the Board held a special meeting at The follow ing officers were elected by the Sovereign Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows, which
Allen Aum acit of C assville has a new bicycle.
P ray e r by p a s to r; followed by hym n by
T renton each week during the session of the Point P leasant Gospel T em pcranco C lub: is to convene a(. Atlantic URy, Septem ber 10lb
T o n s o r ia l A r t i s t ,
of the new local anseethetic
W illiam Sm ith, an old fa rm er o f S m itbbnrg,
choir an d congregation.
L egislature—presumably to lobby against any President, Jam es H ayeps; vlce-jjresliJeqL John to y is t next, h as been com pleted by tbe chair­
died a t llig b tsto w n on S unday, A pril 7th,from
Serm
on
by
Rev.
J
o
h
n
S
cott,
from
M
ark
16:0
WATER STREET, TOMS RIVER, N. J.
Green,
Jo
s.
W.
Flem
lug
aod
Jo
h
n
L.
S
cu
llb
o
rp
;
m an of the Executive com m ittee, William II
m easure which m ight term inute their official
"O D O N T U N D E R ”
—" Y a Beek Jesus o f N a zareth , w hich was blood poisoning. F uneral took place on A pril
existence—each m eeting costing th e Slate $100 secretary, F ran k W ilson; assistant secretary, Iszard of Cam den, and Is as lollows
•Open every day (except Sunday) from T.SO a. hi,
that i: applied to the gums for pain­ in p e r diems and expenses.
U th . Iu tcrm cn t in M analapan cem etery.
crucified i be Is risen ; be is not h ere."
Fred C o o k ; treasurer, W illiam J . C ook; On the S unday previous to the opening
'to 9 p. m.\ Saturdays, from T a. m. to is midnight.
less extraction. Write for testimonials.
Anthem by choir—offertory—" C h is t is risen."
A ro u n d J a c k s o n Jim * .
Evidence of a circum stantial but very dam ­ m arshals, D. W. Johnson and E . B. H ankins; session special services will be held in the
Siuglng
by
choir
and
congregation.
Isaae Dolbow Is Im proving in health very
aging n atu re was presented to show th at Louis pargeapls, Abram Havens and G eorge Hurley ; P rotestant Episcopal church to be conducted
E V I B llI N L E Y ,
A
t
th
e
evening
service,
P
asto
r
8cott
preached
APPLY TO
slowly.
stew
ard,
Jam
es
BHavens.
by Grand C haplain J . W. V enable of Kentucky.
D. Robertson of Frenchtow n, w ho was ap ­
from th e them e " T h e atonem ent of C h ris t;"
Mrs. A. Snow of C ranbnry, n as been sp en d ­
On Monday, Meptember 10th, th ere will be a
pointed on the board by Qov. Abbett a t the in­
BARBER,
and the serm on was followed by th e baptism of ing a few days with h e r sister, M rs. P . H .
A Happy W edding.
reception to the officers and mem bers of the
stance of the then S enator from Hunterdon,
three candidates for m em bership In tb o cb o rc b . Dawes.
W ABKTOW N. N. J ,
Shop in Btnk Building, Main Street,
Sovereign G rand Lodge m the paviillou. The
W illiam H. M artin, had since bis appointm ent
R e y n o ld s --G a rre tt.
The church w as tastefu lly d ecked with
If you desire Life, Fire, or Marine paid M arlin a proportion o f bis salary for gel­
Mr. and Mrs. J , P. R eynolds w ere tendered a
addresses of welcome will be m ade by his ex­
Toms Itiver, N. J.
profusion o f palm s, flowering and foliage serenade by th e w ashboiler band on F rid ay
Last T hursday afternoon, a t 2 30 o'clock, at cellency G overnor Geort,^ T. W erts ; pis H onor
tffi&ving, Hair Cutting m latest fashions, wham- Insurance, or wiBh to buy good ling him th e position. Both the S enator and
plants ; and the new ly organized choir led m evening last.
BARNEGAT.
l>ooing,Mustache Dyeing. Ladles' Hair Trimming country real estate.
Waretown is bis protege of course denied th is, b a t neither the residence of John P- Reynolds a t Jacksons Franklin P- S loy, M ayor of A tlantic City ;
a specialty.
O ur public school pupils will s e t o u t a n u m ­
one of the most attractive and healthy would explain why o r how the S late checks Mills, th a t gentlem an was united In m arriage Jo h n H. G riffith, Grand M asterof New Jersey ; Last W ednesday Inaugurated our first day of singing. * t . J o s e p h B . C . C h u r c h .
ber o f shrubs and trees o n A rbor D a y .
villages along the Jersey shore and paying Robertson for his services cam e to be to Mrs. M ary G a rre tt of Tom s R iver. Rev. Jam es M abon, Grand P atriarch , and Mrs. tem perance iu this tow n. W e are now “ dry.
O A M U EL O. BAILEY,
J . A. Lum ley, pastor of the H arm ony M. E. Sarah D utcher, President of Rnbekah Associ­
F a th e r McCullough o f Lakew ood, conducted
endorsed
to
M
artin
and
cashed
by
him
in
cottages or other desirable property
I t is an experim ent, true, and it rem ains y et to the E aster services on Sunday m o rn in g last.
charge, perform ed the cerem ony.
A large
•k-J
Dealer In
can be pnrehaaed or rented for low various distant and out of the way places, when num ber of friends of both bride and groom ation. T h iy will be responded {o by J . W. be seen w hether it will be a benefit o r a d e­ The ch u rch was decorated w ith E aste r lilies
TUCKERTO N.
G rand SJre of the Sovereign Grand
FRESH, SALT AND SMOKED MEATS,
prices and easy terms. My insurance M arlin is himself president qf a bank in were p resen t to witness the joyous a f fa ii; and Stebhtns,
trim ent. We s t a l l under good auspices, for and o th e r flowers and the congregation w as as
Lodge. On T uesday there w ill a parade a t 12
F renchtow n.
P rincipal Colvin of o u r high school, w ill
jbUTTER, LARD, MINCEMEAT, ETC., ETC
business was established in 1871 and
also assisted in dem olishing an abundant and o'clock, and in the eventDg o f tb e same day a the m echanic and laboring men m form me large as th e edifice coold well hold.
introduce a decided innovation th is spring In
H o w F o rd '* E m p lo y e* T r a v e l e d .
AT LIVING PRICES.
th a t m ore w ork is in progress than fo r som e­
The Mutual Life Ins. Co. of New York
toothsom e w edding repast.
reunion of the pu»t (jrand R epresentatives will
th e w ay of a g ra d u atin g class, w ith diplom as
C ounsellor Corbin brought evidence to show
Corner M*tu and Washington Streets,
tim e past.
is the best life insurance in the world.
The bride was tbe recipient of m any valuable be held. Rcbckah Day will be celebrated on
A m o n g O ur C hurches.
show ing the w ork accom plished by th e pu p ils.
Toms River. N. J .
th a t the Slate bonse em ployes were In the
Tbe M ullen house has opened u nder M
presents, one of them being a check for a W ednesday, when a com plim entary reception
O u r prin cip a l has p roven an excellent in stru c­
C h r i s t (R p la e o p a l) C h u r c h .
h ab it of traveling abont the S tale on m ilitary
goodly snm . After the congratulations had will be tendered tbe officers and members, Hugh Irelan d 's control as a tem perance house,
T J OWAP.D D. VamSANT,
tran sp o rta tio n orders, issned by the Q uarter
1st S unday after Easter, A pril 21. H oly to r,u n tirin g in bis z e a l ; and tb e new tow nship
. . « D W A i i D W. SNYDER,
been show ered upon the happy pair, daintily their wives and friends. TRe session will be and In connection therew ith they will ru n an
M aster General at the o rder of Gov. Abbett.
com m union a l 7.30 a . it., m atins, lita n y , and school law has given valuable assistance to th e
11
REAL ESTATE,
prepared boxes containing slices of the huge Iffe first one ever held in New Jersey by the oyster an a Ice creatn re sta u ran t, w ith the
serm on a t 10 30.
S unday-school a t 2 30. system of graded schools, w ith a ce n tral hig h
These bills wero for tran sp o rtatio n to Sea
usual auxiliaries o f candy and fruit.
FASHIONABLE TAILOR,
Sovereign G rand Lodge.
school, In onr tow nship.
171 Broadway (1st Floor), New York G irt, Asbury Park, M anunka C hunk and other w edding cake, were passed around.
The W om an's C hristian Tem perance Union Evensong a t 7.30. A ttention is called to the
Tbe
groom
Is
one
o
f
tbe
well
know
n
c
h
a
r­
OOWPERTHWAIT EXCHANGE. MAIN STREET.,
Sam uel C. Headley, th e v eteran boatb u lld er,
Mrs. G. 8 . W yckoff of Fialootow n, b a t resum m er resorts and ranged over the four
change In th e hour ot evensong which will be
Also, Island Heights, N. J.
acters o f Ocean county. Over four score years oeived an appointm ent as D eputy N ational will hold th eir C ounty convention h ere on
TOMS RIVER, N J .
held d u rin g the ip rin g and sum m er m onths a t h as p u t to g eth er a fine y a c h t for W ill C a rh a rt.
Properly of all kind* sold on commission. Send y ears of 1800 84, am ounting to the sum of
Friday, Apr!) 26,
R oy Austin has entered the bicycle business
• • “ Garments cu t and madj to order In the beat written description with terms and lowest price. $365.30. Custodian Bunnell in bis year of qf age, ffe Is as bale apd robust, as erect io Councilor fur New Jersey, to represent tbe
7.30 o’clock Instead of a t 4.00 as h ith erto .
C
harles
L
.
W
entsell,
ag
e
n
t
of
(be
C
entral
form a n d vigorous in action, as m any a man of National Board io all m atters w ith the S late
Exchanging of country for city property a special­
m an n e r at short notice
service bad only used such an o rder once.
St. M ary's Guild will m eet a t th e residence in P hiladelphia,
ty. Give me & call.
R ailroad here, has resigned, and w ill he
h ardly m ore than half his years. Tbe bride is Council, D aughters of Liberty.
V erily, ih e w ay o f the leg islato r is h a r d !
An individual named C haries G agg was one
of
Mrs
E
.
K.
Linen
on
M
onday
afternoon
succeeded today, by Alvah E . Collins o f tb it
a buxom English widow who for several years
W hen tbe law w as passed forbidding the ta k in g ,
g A M U E L a TAYLOR,
o f the favored ones in Ibe Issuing o f these
Sheriff F . M. Chambers, H a rry M Bunnell town. We shall m ist " HIIF and bis deep bass April 22, a t 2.80 o'clock.
A L x r |e V a r ie ty o l
past h a s lived a t Toms River, w here she bac
selling
o r buying of clam s one and a h a lf
passes. Gagg comes into celebrity for th e first
At th e a n n u a l parish election held In tbe
made m any friends. We join the numerous Ephraim W. P otter and C harles K. A pplegate voice.
Inches In d iam eter o r under, It w as th o u g h t to
time- f t was explained to the com m ittee th at
PLUMBING,
C ards are out announcing the w edding of ebnrch on F.**ter T uesday th e follow ing W a r­
friends of both bride and groom in wishing were initiated in M agnolia C ouncil, No 101, J r .
suit
all
p
a r tie s ; but now som e o f th e elam m ers
(luring Ibe time when the D em ocratic S enators
O. V . A. M , qq Monday olgrft.
M's* H a rriet R. V anNote to C apt, R obert W. dens and Vestrym en were nnam m onsiy elected
B ^ d te a m aad H o t W ater H eating. P articular
the® m any happy ye»r* togetherw ere conspiring to steal ibe Legislature, Gagg
to serve for tbe entiling y e a r : W ardens, J o h n insist th a t it has killed th e m ost profitable p a r t
Laurel C ouncil, No. 96, J r . O . U. A. M. B ennett on April 24th.
attention paid to out of tow n work.
o f th eir business, as tb e sm all clam s had th e
perform ed a signal p a rty service.
Under
Mrs. K a te fred m o re is learning to rid e a P. H aines, Edw in K. Linen ; V estrym en, J . I.
of Lakewood, initialed five new mem bers la s t
A Governm ent Boat H o u i*.
'
LAKEWOOD, N. J.
O thers asse rt th a t som e
Instruction by B. J . F o rd , G agg crawled
Jo h nson, D r. Rem L. Disbrow, C aleb F alk ln - readiest m ark e t.
F riday n ight and have 14 m ore candidates to r new M onarch wheel.
species o f bay clam s do not grow o y e r the size
through a fire place in the Blatp bonse, f t W IU 1»e R u il t b y t b e I.lfe -* « y lq * H er- th is Friday,
bnrgh,
W
illiam
F
.
M
ott,
K
cw
ln
H
.
Berry.
Misses K ate Storm s, Lizzie Newbury, Prodie
proscribed.
Window Shades, etc., at Low Prices w riggled his way nnder (he flsoring until he
A t the orcraniaiilon o f tbe vestry, Mr. Caleb
view a t M o n m o u th l e a c h .
F. STEPHENSON
T be J n n io r American M echanics s t P oint N ew bury a n d George C. W arren, ) r ., w ere
A flag stone pavem ent bas been laid in f r o n t
can De found at
reached the ventilator of the Senate President's
F sik in b o rg h was elected trea so rer and Mr.
Seated bids were rrceivtd last week a . Mon­ P le asan t recently gave a very enjoyable oyster borne from school for E aste r Among o th e r
o f Red M en's ball by F ry e r A Son, o u r lo c a l
room , w here the Republican Senator* bad a
Edwin II. B erry secretary.
visitors
here
we
noticed
Miss
H
annle
E
.
PredL E O P O L D W IS S M A C H ’S
m outh Beach by John Miller, superintendent sap p er a t tb e A rnold house in th at town.
S pecialist in H ouse H eatisg
stone
cutters.
conference, aod ovei beard their plans, which
The R ecto r desires in Ibis w ay to g ratefolly
roore o f C hester. Pa.* Hal Moon, C harles
W a te r
9 t . T o m a
R iv e r
o f tbe construction departm ent of the life sav­
T be M issionary society of th e M. E . Sunday^
be reported to Ford- This .-onictnptibie service
STEAM, HOT WATER,WARM AIR
Helfriob, Miss (SaUie Soper and F ischer acknow ledge the receipt th ro u g h th e m ail of
ing service, for the erection o f a government
H
e
r
e
’s
■
l
i
t
s
a
U
s
n
!
ffjff*Yonr a tten tio n is invited to my new branch w as rew arded io part with unlim ited passes at
D alrym ple and wife o f P hilad elp h ia; J o s . R one d o llar from an anonym ous g iv er fo r the school bas elected R ev.Jam es B u rn s .p re s id e n t;
L akewood, N. J.
of M usical Instrum ents, S trings and Outfiia th e expense of the Slate. T he disclosure is in boat bouse, 110 fee) long by 4Q feet wide, to
Last fail a T om s River p a rty gave a fam ily Newton and wife, of W oodbury ; and G eorge building fond,
G eorgs I. R opper, s e c re ta ry ; B enjam in H .
post ab o q t $5100
C rcfby, trea su rer.
horse to W. J . Cook wRb th e understanding T . C ranm er and wife, o f T renton.
p erfect keeping with what preceded i t in the
E V C orrespondence Solicited.
F irst B aptist.
Tbe new boot boose, when com pleted, will th a t tbe horse should be retu rn ed to them
investigation.
The C hristian Endeavor p ra y e r m eeting n ex t
build and repair aii ibe boat* for tbe life sav­ when be was done with U. T h is spring C ook
8nnday
evening
will
be
led
by
Miss
Je
n
n
ie
M A N N A H A W K IN .
A f te r t h e P r i n t i n g B e a l s .
DAVISON A MILLAR,
W EST CREEK.
ing statio n s between M aine and F lo rid a —L jn g w as sick aod sent word to th e parties th a t b e
Hnlse ; topic, " On g u ard —o v s r w h a t t How F*
T he question of the S tate p rio tieg was again B ranch Record.
con id co t la k e ca re of the an im al, and stated
- N e h 4: A 88.
The
e
n
te
ru iu m e n t given by tb e public sch o o l
J
.
B.
Cox
has
a
new
team
of
horses
which
looked Into aod some of the facte relative to
VETERINARY
th a t if they com e and pay him fo r the horse'i be bought o f H om er Bros, a t New E gypt.
A class fo r th e study of ih e B ible has been on tb e tenth >ost. w as pronounced a gra n d ra c W r e c k a g e f r e m t h e H a v e r h ill.
big jobe, which were given o a t to favored
SURGEONS and DENTISTS
keep d arin g th e w inter they m ight have tbe
cess
by
all
w ho atten d e d It. T b e p ro g ram
organised
u
nder
the
leadership
of
A.
C.
B.
Rev. J . A. M arstella of o n r Baptist church,
firms w ithout bids, were shown up. Germ an
W reckage, supposed to be from tbe City of
b o n e , otherw ise be would sell It. After w a it­ recently attended the funeral of a b ro th e r la H areas, an d meets every W ednesday evening consisted o f dialogoes, recitations, ta b le a u s ,
o n c e , Bergen'* Stable. L A K K W M B , N . J .
prin ter* seem to have been the fa r o i l tea la H averhill (w hich w*« thought to have sunk off
Amo A r l t R I P A I R .
ing fo e r weeks and getting no reply, be sold V irginia.
In the C hristian Kodeavnr m m ? o f th e church. interspersed w ith music, both vocal aa d lnj ihia, th e p r t a » charged in som e ii
From F oundation B rick, Lime aod
B arnegat d a rin g the M arch g ale ) bos come
Cali* by m ail o r telegraph promptly attended to.
| being exorbitant.
th e horse to O scar Johnson. Lost week th e
A very enjoyable tim e was bad a t tb e P o v e rtj sira m e e la i. T be school k n
S pecial E aste r services w ere held in both the
C em ent to Finishing T ouch of P aint.
ashore a l B arnegat. Tbe crew a i tbe Cape
Tom s R iver parties came an d took the horse M ethodist and B aptist charebes
Cedar a n d Oak B oat Boards, Spar*,
Party giveii by th e C. E society la s t Thursday A rbor Day, aod an InteresU ag progrv
May pilot-boat Edm onds picked np recently,
H er Heal Hom e.
F
aint.
V
arnish
and
N
ails,
from
Johnson
w
ho
is
o
at
p
robably
the
p
rice
*
be looked for.
ILLIAM H. WOOD,
Eugene Cam m higz c f P srk ertc w n . w ho shot eT«nR»g.
The M anasqaan D em ocrat s a y s : T h e girl forty m iles northeast of tbe F ive F athom Banks paid lo r it —P oint P k a ta n l Beacon.
P m k y te rta a .
We understand th a t Ibe young people o f th e
aw ay his kneecap while out o a the bay gn o n in g
C O A L
A N D
W O O D .
w ho has keen collecting money la A sbary P erk light vessel, a boxed piano, m arked F . W.
PrMcSilBg ob 8.W ..U , n o r n i o , u M.30,
some w eeas ago, is stiff im proving.
F ive life preservers,
C I V I L E N G IN E E R .
Feiictac, Dtmto Flpe, rtrtfflam, Be.
the false pretense th a t Hts W ars to , K ey W e a .
top'-:. “
aerteua.
T h e d e w Jerw er I .
m em ia th e n e a r future. Look o u t for farther
5*
o j Ksxxr
te TLt OSS U , *•**"*>'
- —?se e? t!tz
TOM S B iY Z S . : : s.
Sabbath school a t 11.45 a . m .
L an ok a ,
H aw j
A > ■ ■ ■ ! C | N e a r W a i ti n g s .
D ates back to 1837. when h w as divided from ’
i New s * y p L s e e need t b e ! bill, w ere also
C hristian Endeavor p ra y er m e e tin g a t 6 80
H enlitt, u estim able voa*g
«■
Of U M i.
A delay ia th e 10 38 tram from P hiladelphia
th e P hiladelphia conference. T here were then
w ko k •
of th e ** *------------ topic, " O n g u a r d -o v e r w h a t ? How ?"
• l preachers aod 18 200 m em bers. The con­ oo the P . R . R. w as Um Innocent cause o f a r .
_ i o flv s in Cowpertswalt 1
P reach is * os S abbath evening a t 7 30. topic,
■, oa Tuesday* aad
L e u e is sffitrestei to tfce follow ing persons ference grew steadily in nam bers and w ealth eoffisiai o c the C entral R ailroad last T hursday
"
S
in
n
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them , collided w ith the freight.
p a tro n a g e o f la*t y e a r, and will F i t t i n g W i n d m i l l* n rw rtn rt O r d e r * I s e e k , sera* s s £ sk sstd er. tx*A tm mom n mb M r. Lessflng.
Mw* M yrow has r saiga ad a s organ k t aad
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M ss M ay Teeter baa been elected t© if f the
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HIS WAKDEEIHOS.
TIm Fugitive C huckles Over th e Fact That
H e Was In H ew York C ity for Nearly
T w o Days, an d E ven Conversed with a
P o lic e m ay.
W ef .iia w k e n , N . J . , A p r il 17.- A f t e r
five d a y s a n d a fe w h o u rs of d e a rly bought
lib e rty O liver C u r t l a P e rry , th e d a rin g
t r a i n robber, w h o escaped w ith fo u r others
fr o m t h e M a tte a w ito In s a n e a s y lu m la s t
W e d n e s d a y n i g h t, w a s c a p tu re d y ester­
d a y , a n d is n o w a p ris o n e r in tb o H udson
c o u n ty ja il a w a itin g a re q u is itio n fo r his
re m o v a l to th e N e w Y ork in s titu tio n .
P e r r y w as c a p tu re d by D e te ctiv e E d w a rd
C liffo rd , o f th e W e s t S h o re ro a d , a n d P o
llc e tn a n B e rn a rd M cA leese,of W eehnw ken.
H o w a s s ta n d in g n e a r a b o n fire , w ith
sovoral o th e r tr a m p s , os th e officers ap ­
p ro a ch ed , a n d s t a r t e d to r a n , b u t w as soon
I n accordance with the United Slate* Portal
Law s, all papers vHU *se continued until ordered
stopped. An ortler to stop the pa j ter must be o v e rta k e n . W h e n c a lle d b y n a m e h e de­
accompanied with all arrearage, otherwise the n ie d h is id e n tity , d e c la rin g t h a t h is nam e
w a s J o h n M a rtin . S oon a f te r C h ie f K elly
order wiU not be i xognU ed.
a rriv e d , how ever, h e a d m itte d t h a t ho was
th e m u c h h u n te d fu g itiv e .
ADVERTISING RATES.
H e w as ta k e n b e fo re J u s tic e T ie r, w ho
o o m m ltte d h im to a w a it re q u is itio n . A
T ransient advbrtibiminth . —Twelve lines
(one loch space,) is cents one Insertion. Bach fe w m in u te s a f te r h e w as se n t aw a y Keeper
additional Insertion, 2* cents.
J a m e s Coyle, o f t h e M a tte a w a n asylum ,
Bpbinbw Cards.—One inch space, *8,00 a year, a rriv e d on a t r a i n fro m N e w b u rg h , w here
each additional inch, f6-00.
ho w a s on th e h u n t o f P e rry . C oyle 1b the
G inbbal Advertising . — Oar rates will be k e e p e r w ho c a p tu re d M cG uire a n d O 'D on­
made known upon application a t this offlee n e ll la s t week.
either personally or by letter.
A s h o rt tim e a f te r h e h ad confessed to
Lioa l Adyxrtibxxits.—At rates allowed by
law.
C h ie f K elly th e re p o rte rs w e re a d m itte d
Cent*a-Word Advertisements.—On local page to see P e rry . T h e l a t t e r w a s b ro u g h t out
one cent a word (or each Insertion. The popular of h is cell, a n d s a t o n th e sill o f a heavily
local advertising scheme
lw*yred,’w to 'tcw wb.Ua U<* bold K \ S > sp o k e very iu te U ig e h tly ," a n d sh ow ed no
Entered at the Post Office at Toms River s ig n s o f In s a n ity . A fte r d e ta ilin g th e
as second-class m ail matter.
m a n n e r of th e ir escape from t h e asy lu m ,
a s alre a d y p u b lish e d , P e rr y to ld of his
TO M S RIVF.R, N. J.
w a n d erin g s. H e s a id :
" I reached t h e g ro u n d first, a n d as we
Thursday Afternoon, April 18, 1895. h a d m a d e no a g r e e m e n t as to w lia t direc­
tio n w e w o u ld t a k e I s ta rte d to ru n . I t
w a s th e n 10 o’clo c k , a n d one o f th e o u t­
sid e g u a rd s c a lle d m e to h a lt, a n d o f course
I d i d n o t. T h e n ho slckcd th e d o g on me,
b u t I knew too m u c h for h im , ns I sicked
th e d o g on a n o th e r fellow w h o w as ru n ­
^ ^ d v e r t i s i n g . . . n i n g ah e ad of m o. T h a t n i g h t I tram p e d
a l l th ro u g h t h e P oeknkill m o u n ta in s
a lo n e , a n d I w n s g u id e d by th e e a s t star.
" I reached N o w Y o rk on S a tu rd a y n ig h t
s t. I t was a b o u t m id n ig h t. I spoke to
Is ever regarded by the la
a n u m b e r of p o lic e m e n , an d , a lth o u g h this
w a s ris k y w o rk , y o u k n o w a follow lias
public as evidence of
g o t to m ake a b lu ff so m etim e s. M y feet
tro u b le d mo v e ry m u c h , a s th e y wore all
c u t a n d bruised. 1 ask e d o n e policem an
w hore J e r ry M c C a u le y ’s m iss io n w as, on
W a t e r street. T b e officer d ire c te d m e, b u t
And it never fails to I t w a s a long w a y eff, a n d I w a lk e d there.
h , w h a t a r o a s t,” said ho, sm ilin g ,
win both the confidence " f o" Or th
e N ew Y o r k police. I w a s there
n
e
a
rly
tw o days, a n d th e y d id n o t know
and Trade of the public
It. W h e n I g o t t o th e m iss io n house I
w a s given a n ic k e l a n d a c a rd to th e
C h a m b e rs S tr e e t h o s p ita l. A t th e hospital
a d o c to r p u t som o v a s e lin e on m y sore feet.
W h e n I left th e h o s p ita l I t w a s 11:30 on
S u n d a y m o rn in g .”
More Fish in theVoorhees Net.
P e rr y th en t o l d o f ills g o in g to Jersey
L l f r k H u lm e o f t h e N t a t f T r e a s u r e r * C ity on M onday m o rn in g , a n d o f b egging
In t h a t city, T h a t n ig h t ho w a lk e d all
O fRre, f'o n fe s s ru .
n ig h t, am i in th o m o rn in g w a s a ttra c te d
T renton, April 13—The sensation before the b y th o tru m p s ’ c a m p flro, w h e re lie was
c
a p tu re d .
Voorhecs committee today woa the testimony
P e r r y h ad n o p ris o n c lo th e s o n when
of Joseph L. Hulme, a well known Burlington
c a p tu re d . Ho re fu s e d to to ll w h o re ho re ­
connty Republican, who has been chief clerk in ceived a ch a n g e o f clo th in g .
the State Treasurer's office for nine years past,
holding over daring m e Democratic adminis­
M in is te r l»n L o m e I n v e s t i g a t i n g .
tration of George H. G ray, ostensibly because
W A8HJNOTON, A p ril 18.—H onor M urauga,
of his Intim ate know ledge of the winkings of th o S p an ish m in is te r , received a dispatch
the office. Holme adm itted th a t during the fr o m Honor do L o m e, tho n ew m in is te r to
four years beginning In November of 1890 and th o U n ited S ta te s , n o w at, H a v a n a , s ta tin g
t h a t h e w ould u rriv o In W a s h in g to n A pril
continuing till last fall, be had collected three
2Ti. D e L om e's a r r i v a l a t H a v a n a m ark s
per cent on the deposits of State moneys In t h e o p en in g of .S p ain ’s official In q u iry Into
various B urlington county banks. He said be th o A lllatica In c id e n t. Honor d e Lom e has
bad received from $2000 to #3000 per year In a lre a d y visited G u a n ta n a m o a n d S an tiag o
this way ; th a t the Stale T reasurer knew noth d e C u b a , b u t a t H a v a n a ho w ill see tho
5ng about the tra n s a c tio n s ; but ihut be took co m m a n d e r of t h e S p a n is h g u n b o a t which
th e money und used It to keep up his own fired on tho A llla tic a an d tho o th e r parties
political fences in Burlington county. He said h a v in g in fo rm a tio n on th o s u b je c t.
PERSISTENT
..Business Energy..
A WORD to the wise, etc.
tbo cashiers of the banks were ull persona)
friends of bis ; and th at the bunks were glad to
pay him the percentage for the exercise of bis
pull in securing the deposits. Officers of the
various banks were placed on the stand and
adm itted the paym ents ; though claim ing they
thought the money paid Huluie w ent Into the
State T reasury. The am ounts adm itted to have
been paid however were several times Hulme's
m odest #3000 or #3000.
I t Is hardly necessary te state th at flulm e's
story about beiug the only one concerned In
this steal Is not guucrully believed. The ques
lion »;o frequently asked, " llo w did Joe Hulme
hold his job under the Abhcit regim e ?" Is uow
believed to be answ ered. The peculations did
not begin till November, 1800,when the Abbott
M cD erm ott Riug bad begun to build up their
m achine by cutting off every offlee holder who
was not supporting the King, and by squeezing
every possible puuuy Into the Ring’s pockets.
I t was also within a few days after the election
of a Legislature, D em ocratic in both branches,
whom everyone knew would oust Treasurer
Toffey for a Ring Democrat. I t Is hardly
within the range of credibility th a t an astule
politician like Hulme, knowing th at his official
chief was about to be succeeded by a Democrat
and th a t a horde of the •• faithful " would We
clamoring for bis own position, would dare
seize upon th a t mom ent to begin a system of
blackmail.
However the Investigation should be pushed
to its furthest limits ; and all good citizens will
unite in the demand th a t not one of the guilty
—no m atter w hat his position or his p arty —
should escape punishm ent.
R ev . J e f f e r s o n l,rw l« B u rie d .
J u s tic e J a c k s o n Itenriy fo r Duty.
N a siiv il i .k , A p r il 18.—I n a published
In te rv ie w A s s o c ia te J u s tic e H ow ell K.
J a c k s o n , of th o U n ite d S ta te s suprem e
c o u r t, says: " I w r o te a few d a y s since to
th e chief Ju stic e , sim p ly e x p re ssin g my
w illin g n e ss to g o to W a s h in g to n an d m ake
a lu ll bench in ense tho c o u rt (iocidon a re­
h e a rin g of th o in c o m e ta x cases a t this
te rm of th e c o u r t. I havo h e a rd n o th in g
sin c e th e n .” J u d g e J a c k s o n Is Im proving
a n d gro w in g s tr o n g e r doily, a n d expects
t o go to W a s h in g to n w hen th e c o u r t meets
In O ctober.
________________
H eld U p In Ilro a d D a y lig h t.
B rid g eto n ,N . J . , A p ril 18.—T w o m asked
m e n , In broad d a y lig h t, h e ld u p W a lte r
C rease and J o s e p h C arm e n a n il robbed
th e m o f |5 . T h e y w e re d riv in g a lo n g th e
o u ts k ir ts of to w n . T ho ro b b e rs em erged
fro m a tb lo k et, ju m p e d In t h e i r wagon,
a n d w ith re v o lv e rs n t th e ir h e a d s robbed
t hem . J o h n H a rm o n , N ico d em u s Brown,
J o h n B row n a n d J o h n A lliso n , colored,
a re u n d e r a rre s t its th e h ig h w a y m e n who
hnvo been h o ld in g u p ped e strian s.
P a r k T h e a tre .
N ext week will be tbe last w eek of the i
son a t tbe P ark T beatre. C anary &. Lederer’a
" Tbe Twentieth Century G irl” will be tho bill.
I t Is a burlesque following a sto ry concerning
a girl wbo apes masculine w ays and is nomi­
nated for C ongress by a politician. This
young lady b as a guardian w ho wants to
m arry her. H e decidedly objects to men’s
clothes and to politics for wom en. So to ra re
th is " g irl bachelor” of her folly, b e transform s
him self Into a " boy spinster.” T be drollery
capable of being injected into tb e roles of these
uoiqoe characters can be seen a t a glance, and
magnificence in tb e way of sceneaand costumes
accom panied by songs and d ance, interpreted
by a very nnm erons company, tb e amount of
enjoym ent to be gotten In such an entertain­
m en t crdnot be m easured. At tb e end of tbia
engagem ent, M anager Howe will end bis
ten u re ot tbe theatre, and friends of the
m anagem ent intend making a dem onstration
on Saturday n ight, the 27ih Inst,
CEDAR RUN.
The Jennings property was sold on Tuesday
o f th is week a t c u t rates.
W. 8. C ranm er At Bro. this week sold one
sew ing m achine and one bicycle.
M rs May C ranm er, Mrs. E. B Hpragoe and
Miss Mary L. C onklin are on tbe sick list.
A special E aster service was observed In the
church last Sabbath evening.
Levi Cranm er is bnlldlng a large workshop.
Henry Smith h as moved here from Barnegat,
N otice.
Why can yon buy your g ra n ite monuments
and headstones fo r less m otey a t Wm. Pahr’s
gra n ite and m arble works at T om s River, than
yo?i can elsew here?
/iccaatv I buy (he American g ra n ite direct of
o n r New E ngland quarries and tbe foreign
graD ite direct from Aberdeen, Scotland, and
n o t of wholesale dealers as m any do.
Every job is w arranted strictly first class In
m aterial and w orkm anship, if otherw ise, don’t
pay for It.
Mad F a t e a t th e M prlng P o e t.
U nto the editor’s room be went,
lie
An Interview, a word or tw o—
lie
cam e
down
stairs
I t May D o a s Much to r You.
Mr. Fred Miller, of Irving, III. writes th at
he tiad a Severe Kidney trouble fo r many jears,
w ith severe pains in his hack and also that his
bladder was affected. He tried m any so called
K idney cures hut without Buy good result.
About a a y ea r ago he began use of Elec­
tric Bitters and found relief a t once. Electric
B itters Is especially adapted to cu re o f all Kid­
ney and Liver troubles and often gives instant
relief. One trial will prove o u r statement.
Price only 50c for large bottle. At C.lJ.M ailils’
D rug Store.
M cC lu re's M a g a z in e .
Tw enty three portraits of P rince BiHtnarek,
presenting him a t every Im portant epoch of
his life for six ty years, from 1834, when he
was a student a t Gottingen, 18 years of age,
down to the present lime, w ill appear In
McClure's M agazine for May,
F re e d o m on S hipboard.
“ T h ere is it freedom o f m a n n e r and ac­
tio n am o n g o ce an Ktoiunship ac q u ain tan ce s
w h ic h a lm o s t ta k e s tho b re a th aw ay from
a person w h o lm d never before m ad e a long
J o u rn e y on o n e o f I lie b ig p ala ce passenger
b o a ts ,” wild a P h ila d e lp h ia n J u s t back
fro m u d e lig h t fu l M e d iterran e an trip .
“ L o t m o r e la t e a little In c id e n t. I was
s i tt i n g in th e xuloon ca b in o n o m orning.
T h e re w ere se v e ra l o th ers In t h e handsom e
a p a rtm e n t, a m o n g them th o p re sid e n t of
a w e ll k n o w n local in s u ra n c e com pany
a n d a r i g h t good lo o k in g y o u n g society
w o m a n from N ew Y ork. T h e Insurance
m a n was about, 45 o r 50 y e a rs old, halo
a m i hearty. H e w as s i tt i n g on a lo n g
c o u c h a s h o r t d is ta n c e fro m th e young
indy. They h a d m et for th e firs t tim e on
i t h e trip . Wo w e re all given a n am u sin g
! s u rp ris e liy th e g e n tle m a n re fe rre d to loud
iy e x c la im in g ,‘H ow 1 w o u ld lik e to kiss
a p re tty g i r l ! ' 'O h , do kiss m o !’ whs th e
p ro m p t re jo in d e r of th e N e w Y ork girl.
, A n d lie did In su ch a th o ro u g h w ay th a t
w o a ll saw a n d h eard it. T h e n ho went
I o n In th e m o st m a tte r of foot s ty le to say,
‘N ow , I w o u ld lik e to havo a good h u g .'
I A n d tho sa m e you n g lady coyly nestled
u p to him , a n d ho h u gged h e r In a m an
Dor flint w a s e v id e n tly satisfac to ry to
b o th .
" E verybody la u g h e d h e a rtily , h u t w h a t
seem ed th e s tra n g e s t part to m e th ere w as
out a w trd o f com m ent n lto u t th e stran g e
n e u m m e o .” — P h ila d e lp h ia R ecord.
DEATHS.
W13I1MYEK—At Toms River. April 12, 18115,
Mary, daughter of Paul aud Am elia Wishuiyer
Itu m ed t o D e ath In H e r lied.
of New York, aged fl months.
PITTSBURG, A p r il 18.—M rs. M ary Mc­
LONGSTREET—At Sea Side P a rk . April 12,
C o rm ick , a w id o w o f 00 years, w a s burned
t o d e a th a t h e r h o m o on th e S o u th Hide. 1895. Mary N., daughter of John I), and Asubah
Interm ent at
I n som e u n k n o w n m a n n e r a la m p was l.ongstrcet, aged ten year*.
u p s e t in th e room w h e re M rs. M cC orm ick W aretowu.
w a s sleeping, a n il 1>eforo as sistan ce reached
GRANT—At Tom s River, A pril 15. 1895,
h e r sh e was b u rn e d to d eath .
Rebecca, wife of Alfred G rant and daughter of
Hudson Branson, aged 26 years.
M any B u rg la rie s In W illiam sp o rt,
JEN K IN S—At Manchester, N. J , April 10,
W il l ia m s p o r t , P a ., A pril 18 —Six b u rg ­
la rie s wore c o m m itte d in th is c ity an d six 1805 william Jenkins. 8 r., sged 03 years.
FRENCH—At Tuckertoo, the Infant child of
In J e rs e y S hore T u e s d a y n ig h t. T h e postoffice at S o u th W illia m s p o rt w a s also rob- J . C . French.
I hhL B ig h t m e n hnvo been a rre s te d for
BROWN—At T uckertoo, April 5, 1895, Mis*
•he burglaries.
Lydia Ella Brown.
The funeral of Rev. Jefferson Lewis, D. D.f
the oldest member of the New Jersey Confer­
No T ro u h la F e a re d a t N ica rag u a
ence, took place a t South Amboy on Monday.
W a sh ing to n , A p r il 18.- S o fa r as th e
T he funeral services were In charge of Pre­ s ta le d e p a rtm e n t k n o w s G r e a t B ritain
siding Elder Rev. W. P. C . Strickland. The ha* n o t rejected N ic a ra g u a ’s proposition,
S cripture ieaoou was read by Rev. Geo. Reed, m a d e in an sw e r t o th e B ritis h u ltim a tu m ,
Presiding Elder of the Trenton D is tric t; the t o s u b m it th e c la im s for in d e m n ity to a r­
hym ns were announced by Rev. Milton Kelyea b itra tio n . T h e B ritiflh em b a ssy a n d th e
and Rev. Mr. Abbott, and prayer was offered N ic a ra g u a n le g a tio n h ere a re a ls o w ith ­
by Rev. Willis Reeves. Addresses were made o u t In fo rm atio n o n th is p o in t, alth o u g h
th e y havo ta k e n ste p s t o a s c e rta in the
by Rev. Thomas H anlon, D. D., Rev. R. J. t r u t h . I t Is s till believ e d h ere t h a t Great
Andrews, Rev. E. H. Stokes and Rev. J . B. B rita in w ill n o t a r t h a stily in th o m atter,
Haloes. The services a t tbe grave were coo* a n d a t th e s ta te d e p a rtm e n t th e re Is an
ducted by Rev. J . G. Edw ards, o th e r clergy­ Im pression t h a t n o serious tro u b le w ill en ­
men present included Revs. 8. C. C battin and sue.
W illiam Margernm.
Oil T akes a D ow nw ard J u m p .
PlTTSBl'BG, A p r il 18 —T h e b re a k In th e
P u r i t a n s o n B i t S leeves.
o il m a rk e t c a m e a t 2:30 y e ste rd a y afte r­
noon, a n d It d e s c e n d e d u p o n th e P itts b u rg
The old records of tb e town of Dedham
Mass., shows th a t as early as 1659 the author­ ex c h an g e lik e a t h u n d e r s to rm . T he m a r­
k e t h a d boen h o v e r in g a b o u t 2.62 a ll th e
ities found it necessary to pass laws regulating
a fte rn o o n , b n t a t 8:30 th e s lu m p began,
the size of siecTes. i his is tbe way Ibe curious a n d in a s h o rt t i m e i t ho d g o n e fn v n 2
old paper reads : " And be it further enacted, t o 2 10 T his w a s w ith in a few m inute*
th a t hereafter no person whatsoever shall of clo sin g tim e , a n d it ra llied «even points,
m ake a garm ent for women o r any other sex, c lo sin g a t 2.17. S im ila r re p o rts ca m e from
w itb sleeves m ore than half an ell wide in tbe a ll o th e r sections.
widest part, and so proportioned for the bigger
A B roken H e a rte d G irl’s Salcido.
o r sm aller persons. And for the present
P o t t st ill r , P * . A pril in —M s rv Bren
reform ation of im m oderate great sleeves, aud
s in g e r, th e 80-y e a r o ld d a u g h te r of S quire
some other superfluities, which may easily be A u g u s tu s N B re n s in g e r o f A nehy S ta ­
redressed w ithout m uch prejndlc* o r spoil of tio n , S o u th M a n h e im to w n s h ip , disap­
garm ents, it is ordered," etc.
p o in te d In love, c o m m itte d suicide by
h a n g in g h erself i n th e w oodshed. She
w as to have been m a rr ie d la s t S atu rd ay to
S p a ld in g 's A t h le tic l i b r a r y .
H a rry A u lcn b o c h , b u t ou F rid a y h e m et
O ut today, is devoted to " P ractical Ball h e r a n d declared h e w o n ld n o t m arry
Playing ' The book Is w ritten by A rthar A
r*w M jri*aata'* i a w o e n u w C hairm an.
I r r t z . the
Coach te ike U o im s n v
H A B R IS irne. A p r il 18- T h e s ta te TVmof Pennsylvania and m an ag rr of the Philadel­
phia League Clah. Mr. Irw in, as every one o e ra tie co m m itte e m e t h ere yesterd ay to
T h ere w e re only six
know*.
one of th e beet coaches m this •e le c t a c h a irm a n
■eclsoTk of the country, and his w ork with the a b se n te es o u t o f e ig h ty -n in e c o m m itte e­
m en . T he re s u lt w a s a o o m p lete victory
University of PeoBsylm c in team has caused fo r th e friend* o f M r. H a rrity . R o b ert E.
widespread attention. T h is book is especially W r ig h t bein g c h o r e a c h a irm a n w ith o u t
adapted for colleges, am ateurs and semi-pro
fewiouai*. and, in tac t, the professional will
find in it some vainable advice. Tbe book is
M a r ta # Mtefcap*.
baodsom ei; iiiostrated » k n n a i very u k r
c Carleston. Apr!! 17 Schooner Centennial.
piem rea. showing ja s t bow to boid tbe bat. Somers, which left here for New York April 7,
bow batteries should w ork and bow to field: » l t t • W f o o i l u t e . eso .B 5 .errd I r u j
and b r a s s ? water logged and was
bow t s pmy a m , ■eeoed and third bare. ta d gale*
toBBdowd m IS* 13U,. is i n . 3d ios
a c h a rie r i s fisKenu I t atec gives very good TfcC M KBfc BBd i f * . W M . , ^ , 5 SS s c h o o l ,
f r o . New T o r i to r P erm sadvice m reiauoQ to team -w ork, and am ateurs AlssisJ*
d is s . w e srt p ric e d oC C StrV M m A , s t w sbssli c e r t if y Lave a co*jy of Oils bock la s s m . T s e , w em trsm ferrsd i s 1 ts g «sd
b r o t f t t here.
PUlIiADBI.PlIIt.MOHDAT, A pril 15, 1895.
8PRIN6 DRE88 8TUFF8
A congress of nations, or o f
nation’s loom wit — counter
after counter piled fu ll; shelves
a-bulgeand boxes still coming.
W e ’ve never planned so lav­
ishly; we’ve never had such
throngs o f you a-btiying.
It’s pleasant working for
such a constituency— and new
possibilities open for us and
for you. It’s an injustice to
yourselves if you miss enjoy­
ing the most comprehensive
collection ofDress Goods ever
made under a retailer’s rooi;
and there isn’t a weak spot
from the modest cotton to the
most exclusive elegance.
A word or so o f the stuffs:
50 inch Fancy Cheviots,
50c and 60-.
We took all tbe maker bad when money
couiited fo r m ore ibau good* with him
They’re e x a ct copies of th e popolar Eng­
lish C heviots that a re so fashionable
for tailor-m ade gowns, 26 style'-- and
color m ixes. Including greens, browns,
grays and bines. W hat you've known
at 75c and 50c are 50c and 60c.
4$ inch jFrenc/i
Kerseymere, 50c.
Similar in weave to the old tim e De Beige,
hut better m ade: firmer, heavier, with
a more pronounced tw ill; 13 French
blues. T he sort you'd e x p e c t to pay 75c
a yard for.
45 inch Taffeta Melange, 50c.
French m ad e ; weight su ita b le for entire
Summer w e a r, Id soft co lo r m ixtures of
Tans, g ra y s, browns a n d navy blues.
The quality m eant to sell a t 75c.
Silk-mixed Stripe Sailing, 50c.
strode
MARRIAGES.
H K V N m .ua << \KHK IT -At .l.ckeon Mill,.
April 11, 1895, by Rev. J. A. Lumley, John
!’. Reynolds and M rs M try G a rre tt of Toms
River.
PATTERSON -H O R N E R —At Jackson Mill-.
April 10, 1895, by Rev. J . A. Lumley, Wm.
Patterson of C a rr’s Tavern and Miss Mary
H orner of Holm anville.
W HITE —H<»RNEK—At Jackson Mills.April
14. 1895, by Rev. J . A. Lumley .Jam es White of
Pleasant Grove, aud Nellie J. H orner of Hoimanville
KOCI1—PEIG N E —At the residence of the
bride In New York city, Feb. 22. 1805, by Rev.
F ran ris J S netder, Mr. Hugo Koch of New
York city and M n . Althea Peigne of Forked
River.
N O T IC E .
Notice Is hereby given th a t tbe annual
m eeting of the stockholders of tb e Turkerton
and Long beach Building. Land and Improve
m em Association for the election of nine
directors, will be held at the nffiee of H. A.
D rake. Esq.. No. 127. Market St . Camden. N
J . on Tbunday. the ninth day o f May, 1895.
i t l? ( 6 o 'c ! o t k r m .
T . T . P a n r.
Secretary.
N O T IC E ,
I# hereby *1* m that the annual roratinf of ttu>
storkftoM rn
tire Tw krttoa Railroad Co. (li»ited) wil! he held at the offlee of H. A. Drake.
fT !!*r*r* r x n t u C t s d e N . J .. oa taaroday, the »th day of May.
at 1* o’clock boob.
fo r u e rie c u n a of atae directors, aad for other
T. T. P«ic«,
Secretary.
MEETING FOR THE
hxaminatioD of Teachers
UTOTTCl *• *e-ef>y gtvea the* there vryn he a
XM BseettBft cf ta e C a a a ty Rm m <af Kxmbb.
later* of ore** C m n , for »%*
cosdidoie* for Teachers’ i i n i l —m . u. the P»oa - »-* > -• ° ----- * ----- m R t w An
■ T » tT 3 a M 4 .im .
9 •* * a. « . F re t, second aad Third
1 X . bOKiS,
lo am y tapensteadeet.
MARINE NEWS.
SSEtoititffltthtr’a.
Twelve choice styles or im ported SilkStripe S uitings that at a short distance
look like goods coKting fit 1 50 a yard.
Tans, g ra y s , browns and navy blues.
The quality meant to sell a t 75c.
46 inch Surah Serge, 50c.
(Juality the name as you paid us 75c a yard
for a sh o rt time ago ; m ade from high
grade wool, woven w ith fine twill,
and finished as perfectly as goods costing
three lime* the price. Hliown In 25
colorings, including all new and staple
shades.
46 inch Whipcord Serge, 500.
Made In F iance. There's a prom inent
twill In the weave; 10 choice colorings
and quality same as sold a t 7-5c but a
few tnonlh ago.
CHECK8 AND PLAIDS
A whole department *for
them alone— none too many to
meet your demands, for the
dainty cris-cros stuffs grow in
favorevery day— checks,shep­
herd’s plaids. Over 150 sorts
and combinations are shown.
50c to if 1.25 a yard.
Shepherd Checks at 50c.
All the well known color combinations
and many new ones, in half-color tones,
lu tw o-color and beige colorings;
some tw enty designs ;
38
luebewide.
Shepherd Checks at 75c.
Quality you would lake to be $ I ; in fancy
color checks ; 22 combinations. Among
the staples are navy blue and w hile,
brown and while, black and white.green
and white, g arnet and w hite, 45 Inches
wide.
Small Fancy Woven
Checks at 7 5c.
Some sixty different w eaves and color
plays In w hich most of the rainbow
Huts are woven Into both woof and
w arp; variety euough to please every
taste.
Lilliputian c h e e k s ;
bigger
checks; saw-tooth aud star-fish de­
signs.
BLACK GREPONS
W e find 300 styles none too
many to keep you in touch
with all the mill-men have con­
jured in this wanted fabric.
And we have to watch on both
sides of the ocean to be sure
o f our claim to lack nothing
worthy. There are hosts o f
the cheaper sorts; there are
more of the exclusive sorts
here than anywhere else. 75c
to $5 a yard.
THE M0VEMERT8 OF OCEAR
COUNTY VE88EL8.
Medicine
Is a n e c essity because t h e to n ic o f w in te r
a ir is g o n e, a n d m ilder w e a th e r, in cre ase d
m o istu re , ac cu m u lated im p u ritie s in th e
blood a n d d e b ilita te d c o n d itio n o f th e
body, o p e n th e way for t h a t tire d fe elin g ,
nervous tro u b le s , an d o t h e r ills . T h e
sk in , m u c o u s m em brane a n d th e v ario u s
organs s tr iv e in vain t o re lie v e t h e im ­
p u re c u r r e n t o f life. T h e y all w elcom e
H
ood’s
a rsa ^ p a r illa
Purifies
The Blood
Hood’s Pills
The weavers play bold
tricks on the eyesight, for
iyou’il take these newest crepes
to be wool— if you don't get
too close. Pretty for evening
wear; good for outing dresses.
c-ram
pink
butter
tnalae
light blue
cardinal
black
I The beauty is all in the
weave; no embossing to come
out at first dampening. 15c.
BABY CARRIAGES
even $100 if
nothing can be too fine lor the
household pet. and you want
the carriage made to order.
W e see to it that every dollar
spent brings you an unusual
dollar,s worth of carriage.
St) les are limited only by your
needs— all sorts.
Jo h n W
anam aker.
NOTICE
The Sale o f 49 Building Lots
ol the estate of Edward Allen,
deceased.situateatToms R i v e r
stands adjourned til! S a t u r d a y ,
April 2o ,i« 9 5 ,a t t o'clock p . m .
sh arp .
J o h n - E. A l l e n ,
m
family cathartic/ "'ie!***
PIA\TfK0RG
A
X
SA
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1
1 . 1 IN U O
.SEW IN G M A C H IS E S
We never h a d a larger stock. Call
see ',bem in the fancy wood.
Organs 5 , 6 , 7 and
octave, just
handsome. We sell them for about
20 different raannfactnrera. Having
been in the trade for about 23 years,
we are well prepared to give you
advice or instructions respecting the
goods we handle. New organs as
low as $36. All goods guaranteed.
and
EDWARD IRONS
T o m s d i v e r , N. J .
N e w P ric e $ 1 0 O
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HARTFORD B ic y c le s ,
JOSEPH GROVER
at his W ater Street Grocery Store, Tom s River
NOTICE OF APPLICATION.
This is W here it is
This is Why it is
This is W hat it is for
m aty'
r M M tate 79th dev s?April,
WfUJAM C. T 4jrBO«iS:c€
Agent for
General Manager.
The Aerm otor Co.’s
Steel Tower
WIND
MILLS
X X Q u a lity X X
PRICE $30.00.
Tanks, Etc.
Plumbing, Steam
tittiDg, Well dril­
ling a specialty.
Buggies, Carriage.?, Carts, Traps and
all Wheel’d Vehicles.
300 Farm and Contractors’ W a g o n s
and Carts on hand.
MILLER-KNOBLOCK
WAGON COMPANY’S
F am ous Street, R ace T ra c k , L aw n. Cem etery
a n d M anure S p re a d e r S p rin k le rs
ail g ra d e s a n d q u a litie s .
In o u r sto re.
P o p u la r prices.
36 W ARREN S T R E E T ,
N E W Y O R K C IT Y .
Near r.tto.uwAT. Citv H all and P ort
o ffic e ,
orom ptly attended to.
BLUE
Are Your Children
As Well Dressed
FRONT
f ^ O r d e r s solicited by mail and pro m p t attem ipn given,
—
Soled and heeled (nail worn)
Arc their hats as fashionable, their
Men’s 65c.; Ladies’ 50c.
suits as becoming, their shoes as
Hand Sewed, Men’s $ 1.00.
comfortable, as if they came from
All work guaranteed A No. 1.
where Children’s styles originate,
and Children’s Clothing is the ex­ FULL STOCK BOOTS & SHOES
clusive business ?
Always on hand ; prices to
suit hard times. Also, made
to order, best material, finest
workmanship, prices right.
It is a mistake to suppose that if
they did, they would consequently
cost more.
On the contrary a great deal of the
Children's Ck thing sold by us is
inexpensive, the style th e r e is
about it adding nothing whatever
to the cost.
I
JOS ALSHEIMER
W .L .D o u g la s
$3 sh o e
BEST&CO
.•3 S P F M C M /U M M W
♦ 1 5 ? POLICE.3 S O U * .
6o aad fa W est
Tw eaty-third St,
New York.
$ 1.7, .
M I S S C , $ i .go.
i t
x m tn
b e c a u s e th e
ttCST S«IC!> the
only hand-sewed
•h o e advertised
•n d told for $ 3 ;
th e 1 2 shoe ia
KAK&WtOCCSffl, ws-
They f iv e the b a t v a ta e lu rtk .
t-a a .
.
r a v W 4 « r rrnf lt au ttt a „ii7n«7
T iS
oetavrt vofrnnea S
of j about
* « ’« ®ode of finest Calf-afc'n. I
W omen's, Mioses end Children**, 1
•ftb stsiseE -sa g n U . AH styieo, I
^
^ T r a d e M ark and Pries on aole. J
lO ftf B r
a iv e a , N .
.W C R K iN ttr *
EXTRA FlN E- **sg .* L ? B S Y S S s n S g l
•L A D IE S *
fi»g<2.8jT .» ____
i e s f P0 " 8 0 ^
F A R R O W ’S
Over Owe MHHm People w ear t f a
L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
ITLITARI ENCYCLOPEDIA, W.
AH o a r s h o e s a r e e q u a lly a
•auaSed Swstyle t=JdsmLaiiy. f
A . C. H IR S C H ,
STO RE
Main Street, Toms River
for the money you are already
SHOES REPAIRED
paying lor their clothes ?
Wall Skri
k Islf
y o u t h s '.
Also D e a le r in Tin
aDd S heet Iro n Ware,
Stoves, a n d Heaters,
Ranges, C utlery, Gl&s,
w a r e , Quecnsw are,
F n rn itu re, Tinroofi ng,
etc. All orders for
new w ork, o r repair
ing,co# tin g s or bricks
for stoves, ranges, etc.
Please give m e a call.
Hard Times!
As They M ight be
MO
t o m s
T h o m a s R o b er ts
D A Y W A G O N CO.
JoBiuh F. Day,
1 $3.00
FOR
___ _ . .
This is W hat it is
The greatest agent e ’er was sent
m t O T ir n i « i i i it k i n g i v e * h
tim
For cure of human ailment
i v HulHcrlner who claims to be tenant in com­
Is M athis’ Family Liniment.
mon of the equal undivided one third part, of all
the land aud real estate whereof Adeline Buzov
died seized, to w it: the same land and real estate
conveyed by Charles R. Jam es to Adeline Buzby
by deed dated the sixth day of July A. D. 1889,
In every household quite ennten;
and recorded In the Ocean County C lerk’s Office,
To accept all blessings to mankind sent.
In Book 166 of Deeds, page 363, etc. Situate at
You’ll Hud this Mathis’ Uuiiueut.
Whitings, in the township of Manchester, In the
County of Ocean and State o! New Jersey. Eliza
R. Buzby. a minor over the age of fourteen years,
and Alrred A. Buzby, a minor under the age of
fourteen years, being each entitled to the equal
Mathis’ Qua’ter-Do;iar Family Liniment Is
undivided one-third part thereof. And whereas
finding its way Into every household on the
Andrew Buzby was the husband of Adeline Huzbv
face of the Globe! IIM t O K , it Is the best
in her life tlme.atul by virtue thereof has an estate
Liniment on the maiket. Of the hundreds and
by curtesy In the said land and re d estate
thousands
of bottles used, not one word has
Notice is also hereby given that in case com­
been
said against it, but all Is praise.
missioners are appointed by the said court for the
purpose aforesaid, and In case said commissioners
so appointed should report to said court that they
cannot divide said lands and real estate at the
t*rm at which this application Is made, then upon
For the speedy Relief aud Cure of Rheumatism
the coming In of salt! report the subscriber will
Neuralgia, Bruises, Spialns, Headache.Tooth­
make application for the sale of such lands and
ache. stiff Joints, burns, ScaidB, Cuts,Frosted
real estate free and discharged *>f said estate by
Feet, Sore Throat, Kwe lings. Cramps, or pain
ourtesy.
m any part ol the body; and n a e d I n t e r n a l l y
And notice is hereby further given that a t tne
i n Indigestion, Heart-Burn, Dlarrhtea, Dys­
time and place aforesaid of the application for the
entery, cram ps, Pains, Colds, etc.
appointment of commissioners, application will
be made to appoint a guardian adfitem for the S o ld by A ll D e a le r s In M edtelne. P rice,
minors heretofore named In this notice.
2 5 CTM. A HOTTLK.
M. FLORENCE HLIMM.
1 $ 2.00
W einM dij, the 15th d*y of May.
B o s to n
N ew Y o rk
C hicago
S a n F r a n c is c o
P r o v id e n c e
B u ffa lo
The above Line o f Unequalled W heels for sale by
A J e a lo u s Lover’s D ouble C rim e.
C l e v e l a n d , A p ril 18 — A le x a n d e r T u rk ,
23 yea rs of age. called a t th e re sid e n ce of
h is sw e e th e a rt. M iss J u l i a F a llo n , a n d
fired th re e s h o ts in to h e r b o d y a n d th e n
tu r n e d th e w e ap o n u p o n h im se lf. T h e
m u rd e r a n d su icid e w e re b o th c o m m itte d
w ith o u t w itn esses. D e ath c a m e to each
in s ta n tly . J e a lo u s y Is su p p o se d to be th e
cause o f th e tra g e d y .
m r v r i r B M R FK F.i i y CTTKX, That by
virtue of a warrant tam ed t>» a arm a
Brauuoa, oee of the Janices o t the Peace ;n and
T->T the fo u n t? of ocean, to make the taxes as.
•eared in the year 1W4. ,n tbe TosHiship nf p i „to.
•red la ■»« county on unimproved and nntenanred
lands an 1 on laid* tenanted by persons not the
inwfui proprietors who are ohaMe to pay the
taxes of the said proprietors respective It, the
suswertber will on
BRANCH STOKES i
C a ta lo g u e
o f th e s e f a m o u s
w h e e ls fr e e at
a n y C o lu m b ia
A g e n c y , o r w il l
b e m a ile d fo r
tw o a -c e u t
s ta m p s .
M ill W o rk e rs G et a n In c re a s e .
P ro videnc e , A p ril 18.—T h e firs t b re ak
of P ro v id e n c e m a n u fa c tu re rs w a s n-.ode
yesterd ay , w h e n th e D y e rv ille c o tto n m ills
an n o u n c e d a 5 p e r cent, in c re a s e In wages.
T h is w ill p re v e n t th e o p e ra tiv e s from
jo in in g th e O lneyville m o v e m e n t. T h is
•Q tion w as ta k e n a f te r a c o n s u lta tio n be­
tw e e n a co m m itte e o f th e o p e ra tiv e s an d
S u p e rin te n d e n t M ow ry, of th e m ills.
■ o r r , 1 1 .0 0 .
best, $80 $60.
A n A rt
T lie F u l l E x t e n t o f t h e L a w .
CKUSfiEH’S , S f .2 * .
next
$50 lo r B oys’ an d Q irls’ s iz e s .
L a n c a st e r , P a ., A p ril 18.—M. L. Del­
lin g e r plea d ed g u ilty to d is s e m in a tin g ob­
scene lite r a tu r e am o n g m in o rs a n d to
p rin tin g th e sam e. I n p a s s in g sen ten c e,
th e c o u r t s a id to D e llin g e r t h a t th e p u n ­
is h m e n t pro v id ed by th e la w w a s in a d e ­
q u a te for th e g re a t crim e c o m m itte d , a n d
h e w as sorry he co u ld n o t im p o se a m o re
■evere p u n is h m e n t. T h e c o u r t th e n sen ­
te n c ed D e llin g er to th o E a s te rn p e n ite n ­
tia ry for th re e y e a rs a n d to p a y 8100 fine.
Public Sale of Timber.
m
On the steering-head of eve iy Columbia bicy­
cle of this year’s make that name-plate appears.
It is unique, handsome, and indicates much—
satisfaction and highest enjoyment to the rider.
No other bicycle has ever equalled a Columbia.
No other bicycle ever shall Equal a Columbia.
The greatest bicycle factory in the world says so.
P re s id e n t C leveland’s F o rtu n e .
W a sh in g to n , A p ril 16.—T h o officers of
th e in te rn a l re v e n u e b u re a u w ill n o t re ­
veal th e fig u re s In P re s id e n t C le v e la n d 's
incom e. T h e y aro p ro h ib ite d b y law from
d iv u lg in g th e m , b u t i t is le a rn e d on th e
very h ig h e s t a u th o rity t h a t th e y disprove
th o a sse rtio n s re c e n tly t h a t t b e p re s id e n t
w a s a m illio n a ire . H is to ta l in c o m e o u t­
sid e o f h is s a la r y a s p re s id e n t d o es n o t ex ­
ceed 820,000 p e r a n n u m , I t is said. H is
to ta l w e a lth is s a id by b e s t a u t h o r i t y to be
o n ly 8250.000.
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P h il a d e l p h ia , A p ril 18.—T h e s u it o f
cx-M ayor S m ith a g a in s t T h e T im e s for
lib el re ach e d a c lim a x y e s te rd a y , w hen
C olonel M cC lu re in s tr u c te d h is counsel,
P . F . R o th e rm e l a n d J a m e s H . S h ak es­
peare, to w ith d ra w from th e case. H e h ad
pre v io u sly m a d e a n a p p lic a tio n to th e
c o u r t t h a t a ju r o r be w ith d r a w n a n d th e
caso c o n tin u e d fo r th is te rm , b u t th o a p ­
p lic a tio n w a s o v e rru le d by J u d g e G ordon.
T h e caso w e n t on fo r th e p la in tiff, a n d
a f te r a h a lf h o u r’s d e lib e ra tio n th e j u r y
g av e th o p la in tiff a v e rd ic t fo r 845,000.
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to a s s is t N a tu r e a t th i s tim e w h e n sh e
m ost n ee d s h e lp , to p u r i f y th e blood, to n e
and s tr e n g th e n th e l a b o r in g o rg a n s a n d
build u p t h e nerves.
" I w as in a ru n d o w n co n d itio n . I
was weak a n d nervous a n d could n o t e a t
a n y th in g . I begau t a k i n g H ood’s S arsa­
parilla a n d before I h ad fin is h e d th e first
Black Crcpon, with m ohair strip es; three b o ttle I c o u ld see a c h a n g e fo r th e b e tte r.
styles of strip e aud a p lain crinkle, 38
I kept on t a k i n g it an d 1 a m now so t h a t
Inch. ?Ac a yard.
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can e a t h e a r tily and c a n d o m y w o rk .”
Black Crepon*. wiih single and plastered
mohair strip e s ; small silk figures and M bs . J o h n W . P e a c h e y , A llow ay, N . J .
fancy w«k»I and mobalr-and-wool crin­
kles ; 18 s ty le s ; 40 inches; fi 1 a yard.
Black C repons. some 20 styles In stripes,
figures and ripples, all-wool, tnohair-andwool, and silk-and-w oo!; 40 inch. fit.25
a yard
Black Crepons. 15 styles of silk figured.
Black C repons, 15 styles of silk figured,
" I have t a k e n tw o b o ttle s of H o o d ’s
mohair striped, rippled and crin k le d ;
40 and 45 inches, f t 50 a yard.
S arsa p arilla a n d find m y s e lf cu red o f a
disngreeable h u m o r.” M is s M . E . B l a t h Kr w ic k , B lu e A nchor, N e w Jersey .
COTTON CREPE
THE WAB IN CHINA EN6E0.
Chines* Grant. Bwacplng Concession* to
th e Jnpnneee Conquerors.
L ondon , A p ril 16.—A. d is p a tc h fro m
S h a n g h a i oaya t h a t LI H u n g C h a n g ’s souln law te le g ra p h s t h a t a p ea ce co n v e n tio n
w a s sig n ed a t S h im o n o se k l y e s te rd a y bjr
th e p le n ip o te n tia rie s o f C h in a a n d J a p a n .
W IO O N K B * .
F o llo w in g a r e th e te rm s o f th e c o n v e n tio n :
A J Bentley. Inman, N Y; aid npr 14 far Va
T h e in d ep e n d en ce o f C o re a ; J a p a n re ta in s
Adeline Townaend,Cranmer,New York; aid tp r 14
th e places sh e h a s c o n q u e re d ; J a p a n s h a ll
for Va
A C Lyona, Meers, arr Bermuda Hundred apr 14
a ls o re ta in t h e t e rr ito r y e a s t o f th e L iao
Asenaih A Ubaw, Morgan, a r r Newport News apr riv e r ; th e I s la n d o f F o rm o s a is ceded p er­
m a n e n tly t o J a p a n ; p a y m e n t o f a n In ­
A B Howe, Carte, arr Phlla a p r 17
ague* Maun lug, II j era, arr Phil* apr 11
d e m n ity o f 1150,000,000; a n offensive a n d
Bern A Van Brunt, Pearce, New York; aid april 15 defen siv e allia n c e .
for Boston
T ie n t s in , A p ril 18.—J a p a n ’* o c c u p a tio n
Blanche Hopkins, Davis, arr Aahepoo ap r IS
o f P o r t A r th u r Is te m p o ra ry , th u s s e c u r­
ca m e L Godfrey, arr Phils april 17
Caiviu B O rcutt, Pearce, Pula; cld apr l« for in g C h in a 's in te g rity on th e m a in la n d o f
Boston
A s ia a f te r a te rm o f years, a n d a v o id in g
Cassis F Bronson, Bennett. P hils; aid aprl! 15 for th e p o s s ib ility o f E u ro p e a n in te rv e n tio n .
Boston
L ondon , A p ril 18.—A d is p a tc h t o T h e
C G Cranmer, Mathis, Norfolk; aid apr IS for-----Cbas 8 Valentine, Thompson, arr savannah apr It T im e s fro m H o n g K o n g s a y s i t is re p o rte d
Dora Matthews, Brown, arr Brunswick Oa apr 17 t h a t th e cession by C h .n a o f tb e Is la n d o f
Dora Allison, Rose. Richmond; aid apr is for Phils F o rm o s a to J a p a n d issatisfies th e B ritis h
Bva B Douglass, Thompson, Boston; sld apr i t th e re . T h e d is p a tc h ad d s t h a t t h e C hinese
for Newport News
Brastus WIrnau, Harris, arr Norfolk anr 16
, so ld ie rs th re a te n t o k ill t h e i r c o m m a n d ­
e rs i f th e is la n d is ceded.
Kdwm It K ira, Lowery, arr Scotland Va apr 16
B B Birdaail, Lamaou. New London; nw aprl! 17
A d is p a tc h fro m V ie n n a s a y s i t is u n ­
for Phi la
u s u a l to c o m b in e a tre a ty o f p ea ce w ith a
Blin City. Falkinbnrg, arr Phils apr 17
tre a ty o f a llia n c e , a u d i t Is p ro b a b le , th e re ­
Edith Oicott, Wsrreu, arr Providence apr 17
fore, th a t a se p a ra te t r e a ty , n o t d e s tin e d
Faunr H Htewarr.Lane, arr N Y apr 16
Fanny Tracy, Tilton, at anchor in roads Portress fo r p u b lic a tio n , h a s b ee n s ig n e d b y th e
Monroe apr 15
J a p a n e s e a n d C hinese re p re s e n ta tiv e s .
F A T Lupton, I/ongatreet, a rr N Y apr 13
W h e th e r o r n o t th is tre a ty ta k e s th e fo rm
Oracle I) Buchanan, Green, passed Nct»ka apr 17
o f a n offensive a n d defen siv e a llia n c e m a t­
Baltimore for Portemoatn
George B Vreeland, Phtla; cld apr 16 for Rich­ te r s little , s in c e i t is k n o w n t h a t U H u n g
mond
C h a n g h a s a lw a y s w a n te d t o op en his
H L Blalght, Tayler, Pfifla; aid apr 17 for Norfolk s lu m b e rin g c o u n try to E u ro p e a n c iv iliza­
Henry Hutton. Peirce, arr Baltimore april 17
Hsttie V Kelsey, ttulon, are Norfolk apr 16
i tio n . I t is n o t lik e ly t h a t h e w o u ld le t
s lip such a n o p p o rtu n ity o f d o in g so w ith
Harry Landed, Crowley, are Norfolk apr 16
Howard H Hanacoru, Holmes, New London; aid , th e a id of th e Ja p a n e s e .
apr 16 Allyn’s Point for Phiia; arr 17
Henry Parker, cranmer, are New Haven apr 15 I A d is p a tc h to T h e D a ily N e w s fro m B er­
Henry 8 Little, Bailey, Phlla; sld apr 17 for Port­ l i n says T b e N a tio n a l Z e itu n g d ec lare s
land
t h a t a ll m tlo n s in te re s te d In c o m m erce in
Herman B Ogden, Lewis, Providence; sld april 15
C h in a m u s t lose no t im e i n p ro te c tin g
for Phlla
Helen Hasbrouck, Bprjgue, Bermuda Hundred; t h e i r in te re s ts a g a in s t a t r e a t y w h ich w ill
%Yi aptYi th lo t'ftvi
com plete! v p a ra ly z e E u ro p e a n c o m p e titio n
i t a. - ihtsaueccana, foe, arc A'orfatk sprit I t
f a s agrtinut J a p a n . T h e d is p a tc h a d d s t h a t
.John R Halllday, are N Y apr 16
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Job H Jackson, hprague.arr Newport News anr 16 a l l th e p ap e rs ag re e t h a t i n r e g a rd to th e
te rr ito r ia l concessions R u s s ia h a s th e firs t
I V Clifford, Mills, Norfolk; aid for N Y april 11
John B vanning, Sprague,New Bedfordmld a.,r l# v o i c e . ___________________
for Phlla; arr i7
J Holmes BirUaall, Blrdsal), Phlla; cld for Boston
• BATTLE IN OKLAHOMA.
apr ltj
James H Parker, arr Charleston apr 15
F ac tio n a l P o litic a l Difference* R esu lt in
J C Woodhull, Townsend, a rr Darien apr 16
James D Dewei, Curtis, Newport News aid apr 17
B lo o d sh e d —Six K illed .
for Boston
GOTIIRIE, O. T ., A p ril IS .—C n u rie rs j u s t
Jos J Pharo, Taylor, N Y; sld april 14 for Va
John B i-arrington.Anderson.N Y; Hid april 14 for a rriv e d h ere fro m T ish o m in g o , th e c a p ita l
Phlla
Jessie 0 Leach, Smith, are Bermuda Hundred apr o f th e C h ic k asa w n a tio n , r e p o r t t h a t a
b u ttle is ra g in g betw een G o v e rn o r M oseley
J B VanDusen, Lear, arr Richmond apr is
a n d 200 in s u rre c tio n is ts . S ix people have
James B Ogden, Dothlday, Baltimore; Hid apr 12 b e e n k ille d a n d e ig h t w o u n d e d , so th e re ­
for Fall River
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James O Beecher. Smith, s rr Providence april 18 I p o rt says, a n d th e g re a te s t e x c ite m e n t pre­
John H Platr, French, arr Phiia apr 11
v ails. T h e c a u se of th e t r o u b le is d u e to
King Philip, Blake, sld from Hampton Roads apr b a d p o litic a l blood, w h ich h a s lo n g p er­
18 for Portsmouth
v aded th e C h ic k asa w s e a t o f g o v e rn m e n t,
Kate B Ogden, Bdgell,PhlIa;cId april 11 for Provl- a n d h a s e x is te d since tb e le g is la tu re ig ­
deuce
n o re d W illis B ro w n , C h arle s B ro w n a n d
Lydia II Roper, Cranmer, arr Norfolk apr 16
N o a h M cG ill, w h o c la im e d to h av e been
Laura c Anderson, Potter, arr Norfolk apr 17
Lydia B Cowperthwalt, arr New London apr 13
d u ly elected sh eriffs of th o n a tio n , a lle g ­
Lyman M Law, Blake, arr Norfolk apr 11
in g t h a t th o le g is la tu re d id n o t have
Marjory Brown,Osborn, arr Newport News apr 17 a u th o rity t o re je c t th e ir c la im s to s u c h of­
Mary Manning. Burr, arr Phlla apr 13
fices.
•Manle Saunders, Phlla; cld apr 12 for Richmond
O n T u esd a y m o rn in g G o v e rn o r M oseley
NelHon K Newbury,King, arr Charleston april 16
Nellie W Craig. Holmes, Portland Me; sld apr 17 issued o rd e rs to a ll sheriffs, c o n s ta b le s a n d
for coal p-jtt
d e p u tie s t h r o u g h o u t th e n a tio n to re p o rt
O H Brown. Brown, arr Phlla apr 12
t o h im a t once w ith a r m s . W h e n th e
P K Hhultz, Lowery, arr Richmond apr 13
officers g a th e re d a ro u n d th e h o u s e 200 en ­
P T Barnum, Blake, arr Phlla april 17
Percy Birdaail, Holmes, Portland; cld april 11 for ra g e d m e n , h e a d e d by M cG ill a n d th e
Phlla
B ro w n b ro th e rs , ru s h e d fro m a d jo in in g
h o u ses, a n d a d ea d ly r i o t follow ed. T he
n am e s of th e d e a d au d w o u n d e d c o u ld n o t
Stephen J Fookn, Cranmer, a rr Phlla apr 17
bo a s c e rta in e d b y th e c o u rie rs , o w in g to
Stephen Bennett, Anderson, Annapolis, N 8; cld
th o g re a t e x c ite m e n t w h ich p revailed.
apr 12 for Cardenas
G overnor M oseley a n d h is official re tin u e
Sunlight, Ureeu, Phiia; cld anr 16 for Salem
8 H Thorp, Pearce, arr Fall H irer spr 13
escaped by ru s h in g to h o m e s o n th o o u t­
Twiiigni, Preumore, arr Phlla ao r 17
s k irts of th e to w n . M oseley h a s c a lle d a
Three Marys, Birdsail. Portland; sld anr 17 for special session o f th e le g is la tu re to ta k e
Brunswick Ga
Teua A Cotton, Cramner, Darien; cld apr 15 for a c tio n . T is h o m in g o is n o w in a te rrib le
Phlla
s ta te o f e x c ite m e n t, a n d w h ite people are
fleeing. A n o th e r lig h t is lo o k ed fo r a t a n y
m o m en t.
VanName A King, arr New Haven sprll 16
Viking. Dotlildav. Newport News- aid anr 14 for
W e alth y A narchist* E v a d in g Law .
Fall River
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W a sh in g t o n , A p ril 18.— T h e in te rn a l
William 11 Kenzei, Soper, arr N Y apr 16
William M Wilson, air Noifoik apr 16
re v e n u e officials po sitiv e ly d e c lin e to m a k e
W W Converse. Peck worth, New London; sld apr p u b lic a n y s ta te m e n t in r e g a rd to incom e
18 for I’nlla; arr IT
t a x r e tu r n s o r to a n s w e r a n y q u e s tio n s re ­
W D Hilton, Horner, Norfolk; sld apr 13 for N Y
William H Baliev, Lane, arr Boston april 12
l a tin g th e re to . I t is le a rn e d t h a t th e re a l
Wilson A Hunting, Scotland; sld apr 12 for N Y
c a u se of th is re tic en ce is th e g r e a t n u m b e r
Zaccheus Sherman, Chambers,arr Norfolk april 12 o f b lu n d e rs m a d e by th e c o lle c to rs in th e ir
M TKAM Eita,
te lo g m p h ic re p o rts. W h o is b la m e a b le fo r
Ycmassee, Robinson,Phlla;cld april 13 for Charles- th is s ta te of th in g s is n o t s ta te d , b u t th e
r e s u lt is t h a t fro m w h a t h a s been received
n o in te llig e n t e s tim a te ca n y e t b e giv en of
th o n u m b e r o r a m o u n t of th e r e tu r n s filed
w ith th e collectors. I t is u n d o u b te d ly tru e
t h a t a la rg e p erc e n ta g e o f th o n u m b e r of
p erso n s s u b je c t to th e la w h av o m a d e no
r e tu r n a t a ll, a n d in co n se q u en ce th e
officials see a h e a d of th e m a v a s t a m o u n t
o f litig a tio n a n d tro u b le .
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TOMS R IV K H , M. J .
Taarsday Afternoon, April 18, 1895.
C en t-a -W o rd Colum n
PERSONALS.
Interesting T a lk of Your Friends T H E S E S S IO N IS N O W E N D E D
Miss LUlie Adams Is visiting her oncle, John
Fischer.
Sidney Irons was home from Jersey City
A t the title iwlimtea, A d a . are accepted in thU over E uster.
co lu m n a t the rate o f a cent a word f o r each
M rs. P an l Smock returned to W ilm ington,
in sertio n Fifteen to o r d t or under, 15 oenis. D el., on Saturday last.
Miss Alice Longstreet was home from Point
J10R SALE. A farm a t Bayvtlle. N. J. is
’ a c re s ; Ttf cranberry bog; 7# fine tillable P leasant over Easter.
land; floe apple o rc h a rd ; a good tw o story
bouse. 8 room s; barn, e tc . The cranberry crops
Mias O lga B urchard of P hiladelphia, spent
of 1894 netted f5fl0. F or fall particulars enquire
E aster a t Mrs. G autier's.
of JOS. T . MEAD A HON, Rahway, N. J .
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H i g h e s t O f a i t iri l e a v e n i n g X’bW iih— L i t « i t U i S . G o v 't R e p o r t
OUR COUNTY COURTS.
Four Qo to State Priion -• Check
Forgers Only Fined.
O n L a s t T h u r s d a y A f te rn e o n .
*' N o cause for action," was the verdict on
T bnrsday afternoon last In the Suprem e Court
case o f Speck vs. Speck. An ac count of the
testim ony io this case was given lu last week's
issue.
T he ap/.eal case of David H. Clayton of
W aretow n ye. Lydia H. P a lm e r; A. 0 . M artin
for ap p u lia u t; was decided lu favor of Clayton
through the non-appearance o f the appellee.
I t w as first tried before Squire Low a t Toms
R iv e r; aud grew o u t of the selling of Clayton s
butcher business a t Forked R iver to Palmers.
This reverses the Judgm ent of th e co u rt below.
T h e u n r e s t c r a f t B u il t a t T o m * B i t e r
i n B u y Y e a ra .
The schooner yac h t Helene, w as launched
a t W illiam P . K irk ’s boat yard yesterday after­
noon.
Tbe wedges had been driven, tbe
blocks knocked aw ay and a t 4 4 0 r . m , she
glided gracefully down the w ays tow ard the
w ater. As she began (o m ove. Miss Alid a
Bhiou (w ho by th e way was th e first of her sex
to step upon the deck of the c ra ft) struck th e
bow w ith a bottle of wine and christened the
yacht “ lielen e ." The neck of the bottle w as
tied w ith red, w hile and tfiue ribbon, and Miss
Shiun wore a corsage bouquet of carnation*.
Several hundred people gathered to see the
la u n c h ; and the river banks were thronged
w ith spectators.
T he yac h t Helene was designed by A. Cary
Sm ith, Who is rated as tbe best designer of
schooners in A m erica. She Is a center board
craft, m easuring 63 feet 6 inches over a l l ; 45
feet on w ater lin e ; 4 feet 6 inches draught.
The best m aterial entered luto h e r construction
—bent fram es with copper fastenings through­
o u t; p lankiug of yellow pine and riveted w ith
copper rivets; deck of w hite pine, fastened
with galvanized heavy screws. Niue tons ot
lead were used iu her keel, c a st iu one solid
m ass, ju s t as it now lays. H e r centerboard
m easures 12x8 feet and the bottom surfaces are
encased in heavy brass sheeting.
T he craft is finished iu w hite and gold. H er
rail and bard wood trim m ings are of polished
m ahogany, w hile h e r cablu is f,Dished in the
sam e m anner. She has two state rooms, one
for th e ow ner and one for bis guests. Beveledged p late glass m irrors are fitted in the
state room doors. The toilet room is a m arvel
of convenience and is luxuriously fitted with
Tennessee m arble wash stands. There is a
com m odious galley and roomy quarters for
der crew oC (dree iu td e forecastle. M t, rvii k o
force of ship carpenters have been engaged on
her since December 20lh, last.
Saw yer o t New F ork, furnishes her sails ;
Cornish A Co. of B rooklyn, the s p a r s ; R ail &
H u rib u rto f Brooklyn, supplied the iron w ork.
W. N. Taylor of P hiladelphia, will supply aud
p u t up her wire rig g in g ; and afte r th a t is
com pleted, she will be sailed around to P h ila ­
delphia.
Commodore F rancis Shuuk Brown, of the
Philadelphia Y acht Club, h er ow uer, is also
the ow uer ot tb e iarnous schooner yacht
Schem er.” He is a thorough yachtsm an aud
has adm iringly watched tbe construction of
bis c ra ft irom week to w eek. She will be
sailed by C apt. Tom linson, a Delaware salt,
who has been here for some tim e.
Among tbe y a c h t’s furnishings is a small
brass breech-loading cannon. H er cbinaw are
was m ade especially for her in E ngland, and
hears h er Sag on each piece.
M r. K irk is building for h er a yaw l, 12 feet
long, m ahogany finished aud cArvel built, of
a unique and modern design.
Baking
Powder
ABSOLUTELY P U R E
A WEEK’S NEWS CONDENSED
C o w p erth w ait E x ch an g e
1 89 5
We Always Give You
NEW JER SEY 'S_PR IN TIN G BILLS.
Carpets
R ival H o u se s r a i d to ReTraln f r o m r u t ­
F rid a y , A p ril Iff.
t in g lu B ids.
T h e L cxm v police in v e s tig a tio n a t N e w
T r k n To k , A p ril 17.—T h e s e n a te In v e s ti­
Y o r k c o s t th e s t a t o 107,484.10.
g a tin g c o m m itte e h e a rin g y e s te rd a y w a s
G. W . (Jowperthwalt and d aughter spent
O ver h a lf a fo o t o f s n o w fe ll i n d iffe re n t dev o te d to th e q u e s tio n o f s ta te p r i n t i n g ,
RES.s GOODS of all Kinds, NotlonB, Musllna,
p a r ts of W is c o n s in y e s te rd a y .
I>'and
Cambrlca-new Spring Goods a t COO BN'S Tuesday in Philadelphia.
w nioh w a s u n d e r c o n s id e ra tio n w h e n th e
A b ill p e r m ittin g m isc e g e n a tio n w a s c o m m itte e a d jo u rn o d l a s t F rid a y . O tto
O lto Luhrsaud “ R elleck” K eller of Hoboken
RY COAL. Ours a r e noder cover; consumer
v etoed by G o v e rn o r H o lc o m b , o f N e b ra s k a . H e in z w a s re c a llo d to th o s ta n d . H e t e s ­
D doesn’t pay tor w a te r. All coals screened. spent Snuday a t the Riverside house.
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W illia m J a c k s o n , w h o p o iso n ed hi* tified t h a t L a w y e r F r a n k M o D e rm o tt, w h o
Mrs. Edgar Clayton is visiting friends at
w ife, w as y e s te rd a y s e n te n c e d a t G roenup, a p p e a re d a s h is c o u n s e l o u F rid a y , h a d
H ighlands of N avesink and Belford.
n o t b e e n em p lo y e d t o so net, a n d t h a t M c­
K y ., to n in e ty -n in e y e a rs ’ Im p ris o n m e n t.
A t th e feed m ill o f G ilb e rt S. H tlle rm a n D e rm o tt h a d re n d e re d h is firm n o aerviue
P ro f. J . H. Colvin, principal of th e Tuckerex c ep t t o g o t t h r o u g h th o l e g is la tu r e a
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w a s so b ad ly sca ld e d b y a n e x p lo d in g b ill, fo r w h ic h ho c h a rg e d $2,095.
The grand Jury returned into co u rt on
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Thursday afternoon, having found 18 true bills
ITM est In the end. A . A. BRANT, sole agent phia, visiting bis fa th e r, Edward Irons.
I n a n e n c o u n te r o n t h e B troet a t C o v in g - fa ilu r e t o b id fo r p r i n t i n g s ta te r e p o r ts In
of Indictm ent, an d were discharged for the
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R ev. and Mrs. H ollis of T re n to n , were term .
Io n , K y .,.S ta te S e n a to r W illia m G oebel G e rm an i n 1893, s a id h e re fra in e d f r o m
s h o t a n d kille d J o h n L . S a n d fo rd , c a s h ie r. d o in g so i n c o n s id e r a tio n o f $500, re co lv ed
OHEN has Just returned from the city and has guests of Judge C. B. M athis over S unday.
Prisoners were bt ought into co u rt a t
fro m J o h n L . K u s e r, w h o go t th e c o n tra c t.
C received his new S pring Goods.
S a n d fo rd fired first.
Elw ood R. Davis le ft town y esterday to take different times from Thursday till Tuesday to
M r. H o in z s w o re t h a t ho a f te rw a rd s re ­
S a tu rd a y , A p ril 13.
VENING PAPER8. Why wait till morulng, a position in C ram p’s shipyard, P hiladelphia. plead to indictm ents.
tu rn e d t o K u s e r $250 o f th is m oney beonuse
when you oan get all the news th e evening
C a rl S h a w , t r e a s u r e r o f B la in e c o u n ty , K u se r c o m p la in e d t h a t h e h a d n o t g o t a l l
before in th e papers served by William C. Doxseyf
F rid ay evening a t 7 30 o'clock, before
Miss May Snyder returned from a lengthy
O. T ., Is In J a il, c h a rg e d w i t h s te a lin g th e w o r k h e e x p e c te d t o u n d e r h is b id .
Visit a t Palm yra, N. J . , on Thursday afternoon Ju d g es Mathis and Otis, H arry Thom as, who
17,000 c o u n ty fu n d s .
C h a rle s S . R o b in s o n , o f P rin c e to n , w h o
was indicted a t th e December term for assault
last
A 12-yoar-old n e g ro g irl, a s e r v a n t i n th e b id lo w o n t w o re p o r ts I n 1893 te s tifie d t h a t
fa m ily o f J . L . C ra w fo rd , a t H ic k o ry F la t , he w ith d r e w h is b id s a n d t h a t h e g o t th e
Mr. William Young of Keyport, Is now act­ and b attery upon M rs. Lavina, w ife o f Dlllou
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ford a n d a 10-year-old s o n m a y die.
plea of not guilty and plead non vutt. Sentence
a t t h e h ig h e r p ric e o f sevonty-slx o e n ts, G . W . C O W P E R T H W A IT
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store.
J o h n K elso, w h o le d th e r i o t a t th e his b id h a v i n g b e e n forty-five c e n ts , a n d
was suspended and the prisouer discharged.
C ap t. Elias B urr o f the schoouer Mary
P r a t t m in es, u e a r B ir m in g h a m , A la ., l a s t th n t h e g o t $500 i n c o n s id e ra tio n o f g iv in g
W e d n e s d a y ’s Q u ic k W o r k .
M anning, spent E aste r Sunday a t his Sllverion
fa ll, w h e n n d e p u ty s h e riff a n d fo u r n o g ro up th e o t h e r b id of fifty-five conts. E d i t o r
On W ednesday m orning Judge VanSyckel
m in e rs w e re k ille d , w a s s e n te n c e d t o o u e K r a u tto r .o f th e N e w a r k D e utsohe Z e ltu n g .
BIRDS ALL & SON’S. home.
y o n r's im p ris o n m e n t.
te s tifie d t h a t th e s a m e y e a r K u s e r p a id
‘ M r, loho Hawam an spent E aster w ith r • J
*he ,ul1 bench o f Lay Jud«eB w ere pre8eDl
about au \towr aud a half w ound uu the.
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crim iual business o f the term.
B ergen county,
th e c r im in a l in s a n e h o s p ita l a t M a tte w a n ,
A L a c e y T o w n s h ip C ase
. Children’s Shoes a t COHEN’*.
Red Bank S tandard : Mrs. D ora Chadwick
N. Y. F o u r of th e m e n hasro bee n re c a p ­
DOINGS IN NEW JERSEY.
WaB the first one tile d . Edw ard B ritton, a
tu re d , b u t P e rr y is s t il l a t larg e .
Im ley, of Cedar C reek, has been spending a
young man who bad ju st about reached bis
M onday, A p r il 15.
few d ay s iu town.
T r e n t o n , A p r il 18.— G o v e rn o r W o r ts
m ajo rity , was brought up for assault and
A r t h u r A. Z im m e rm a n , th e n o te d cy ­ h as s ig n e d th e b i l l p a sse d by th o r e c e n t
Miss Nellie Irons, daughter of R audolph
b attery ou JameB M iller ou tbe n ig h t of March
c lis t, w a s m a rrie d a t T ro y , N . Y ., la s t le g is la tu re m a k i n g L in c o ln 's b i r th d a y ,
Iro n s o f Lakewood, is visiting M iss Clara
29th last. B ritton adm itted th a t bu was
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R obbins on Dayton avenue.
tion, (SO) Address, F . B. OoX.WeBt Creek.N.J.
“ fe e in g good" from the effects o f liquor and
A n g u s G ilb ert, 24 y e a rs o ld , is u n d e r a r ­ g o v e rn o r h a s s ix te e n b ills y e t in h is h a n d s ,
Miss Lizzie Gulick, who has been spending tbe evidence w ent to show th a t he whb also
re s t a t B o sto n , c h a rg e d w ith o u tr a g in g u p o n w h ic h h e h a s ta k e n n o a c tio n .
several delightful m ouths iu New England,
a n d m u r d e r in g 8-year-old A lic e S te rlin g .
ORANGE, N . J . , A p r il 17.—R o b e r t A .
ac tin g bad." O n accoum of bis youth and
' etc.—new stock—a t COUE.N’8.
We are showing fo r this Season an unusually attractive stock
retu rn ed home ou F rid ay last.
M rs. H o u g h to n a n d h e r th ro e c h ild re n , H a llid a y , t h e v illa g e t re a s u re r o f S o u th
its being blB first offence, he w as sentenced
of New Goods— New Spring Styles in every Department.
OUBLE GROUND, fine, white Nova Scotia
ag e d 0, 8 a n d 10, w ore b u r n e d t o d e a th in O ran g o , h a s beou m is s in g for tw o w eeks.
Mr. and Mrs. J . A. H arriogton o f Jersey to pay a fine o f $1.00 and costs.
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An elegant line of Men’s Neckwear.
Latest Style Nats
tw o n ty y e a rs , a n d I t is believed h is v illa g e
N . D.
spent th e Easter holiday with Mrs. Borden
P atrick B irm ingham plead n o t guilty to an
and Caps. New Styles Men’s, Youths’ and Boys’ Clothing.
J a m e s W . S c o tt, p u b lis h e r o f th e C h i­ a c c o u n ts n ro a ll r i g h t . H a llld a y w a s g e n ­
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Our stock of Dry Goods is fu ll— Choice and Seasonable
U nited States S enator W-illiam J . Sewell, w ith seliiug beer w ithout a license iu Lakein g P o s t, died s u d d e n ly o f a p o p le x y a t a
ORANGE, A p r il 16.—Georgo E . S e a m a n
OR SALE—A turbine water wheel nearly new
Inquire of CHARLES WAINRIGHT,Diamond with his wife and daughter, have sailed for w ood. B irm ingham ’s counsel, A. 0 . M artin,
Goods. An Elegant Line of Ladies’ Capes,from $2 up.
N e w Y o r k hotel.
died s u d d e n ly t h i s m o rn in g o f f a tt y d e g e n ­
Mills, Toms River.
E urope on the steam ship New York for a three asked the quashing of tbe indictm ent first on
T h e bodies o f M in n ie W illia m s a n d e r a tio n of th e h o a r t. H e w as o n e o f th o
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the ground of typographical errorB in the in­
u e l B a p tis t c h u rc h a t S n n F ra n c is c o . B o th Ho w e ig h e d 489 p o u n d s . M r. S e a m a n w a s
R alph B. Gowdy, w ho ha9 been ill for a dictm ent, and dually upou the ground th at tbe
h a d been c*t.rugod a n d m u rd e r e d , a n d b o rn i n S o u th O r a n g e i n 1840. H e leavos
fo rtn ig h t past, had recovered sufficiently on s tatu te under w hich tbe indictm ent was found
A call is respectfully solicited and satisfaction guaranteed at
th e re is a s tr o n g case a g a i n s t W . H . T . a w ife a n d th ro e c h ild re n . H o w a a a w a r
Friday last to leave for Red Bank with Mr. did not include the selling of beer as an offence.
B jir a n t. a y o u n g m e d ic a l s t u d e n t a n d v e te ra n .
and M rs. Fred B. Gowdy for a few days.
In order that th e court m ight consider the
p r o m in e n t c h u r c h o fficial, w h o w a s a r ­
M a y ’s L a n d in g , N . J . , A p ril 18.—F r e d
S h o rt Pithy B its o< Hom e News.
re s te d .
G o n d o ra , F o s p e lio a n d P o to r Q u a rd in o ,
New York W o rld : E x-Senator F red C. la tte r point, B irm ingham was bonnd over in
T uesday, A p r il 16.
th o t h r e e I t a l i a n s w h o w e re a r re s to d for
M arsh, ol Union county, Is about to turn $200 ball to ap p ear a t tbe Septem ber term .
T u lip tim e.
T h re o b ig m ills a t-D a n io ls o n v llle , K y ., a n a lle g e d a t t e m p t a t t r a i n w r e c k in g on
I n s a n e A s y lu m B a t h e r T h a n J a i l .
yachtsm an. He has bought a handsom e craft,
F O R K E D R IV E R .
h a v e v o lu n ta rily lu o ro aso d th e w a g e s of th o C a m d e n a n d A t l a n t i c ra ilr o a d i n F e b ­
Bumblebees buzz.
which be will soon sail iu the w aters o f BarneIn the case of M ary Kruger, indicted for a s ­
t h e i r w o rk m o n .
r u a r y l a s t , w e re p u t o n t r i a l h e r e y e s te r­
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s a u lt aud b attery upon her m other, Caroline
A le x a n d e r W ilk ie , c a s h ie r fo r a co m ­ day. T h e j u r y , n fto r fo u r h o u rs ’ d e lib e r a ­
A th in g of beauty ( ? ) —Robbins cove and Us
G erald Carm ichael, P, R. R. telegraph W ifzel, Prosecutor Middleton announced, tifat school w orkers was held in tbe Methodist m iss io n ho u se in T o ro n to , h a s d isa p p e a re d . tio n , a c q u i tt e d a l l o f th e m .
surroundings.
o p erato r a t Delair, N. J ., has ch arg e of the be had her exam ined as to h er sanity by Drs. church on Tuesday evening and resulted In the S o h a s $40,000 of h is e m p lo y e rs ’ m o n ey .
CAPE M a y , A p r il 15.—T h e W e s t C apo
form ation of a tow nship organization. Speak­
P re s id e n t C le v e la n d roviow od th o E m a n ­ M ay b o a r d o f t r a d e w a s o rg a n iz e d la s t INSURE WITH HIM AND YOU ARE ALW AYS PROTECTED
D aniel Becker of t h e Democrat staff, has a Tom s River station during the absence of E. C. Disbrow an d I. C. Scburem an, and thqt
G eorge Cross, who w ith Mrs. Cross, is visiting these physicians pronounced h er m entally un­ ers for the evening were Rev. 8. G. Webb, c ip a tio n d ay p a ra d o a t W a s h in g to n fro m w e ek b y th o e le c tio n o f J . L. L a n d is , as
new M onarch cycle.
sound because of organic changes in the brain, P resident o f Ocean C ounty Sunday-Rchool th e n o r t h p o rtico o f th e W h ite H ouge th is p re s id e n t; M a jo r G eorgo H . R e e v e s, vlco
Lakew ood turnouts a r e golting to be more In T reuton.
Association and th e S ta le S ecretary, Rev. E, fo ren o o n .
p re s id e n t; M a y o r G eorge, s e c re ta ry , a n d
Adolph Ballschinidt of New York, who and also wholly Irresponsible for her acts
frequent visitors these s p riu g days.
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One-half of the
D r. J . E d w a rd Loe is o n t r i a l a t N e w T a x R e o o lv o r E n o s E d m u n d s , t re a s u re r .
when nervously excited. An o rd e r for her M. Ferguson. T he officers elected for Lacey
The sm all boys are now engaged in eeling at recently purchased and moved upon the Hill
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Brown ; 1st Vice President, Mrs. Tlllie Bun­
visit to Brooklyn la s t Thursday and brought gra n te d .
m a lp ra c tic e ,
w h o re t h e i r m a ll n o w oomoa. T h e y h a v e
nell ; 2d vice-president, Mrs. Lida Penn ; Rec.
A local dentist Insists th a t bis business is one
T h e C r a n m e r B oy* F in e d QIAO E a c h .
w ith him a bride.
750 in h a b i t a n t s .
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treasurer, Judson
of the " from hand to m outb ” variety.
i n th o case o f T h e o d o re L a m b e rt, co n ­
G eorge Horace Cranm er and Ashbrook
B o r d e n t o w n , A p r il 15. — R o v . A lle n
M rs. Lydia Irons has returned from a visit
Groff. T be m eeting was well attended and the
H e ad rick Irons is m ak in g im provem ents to
to Elizabeth, where she went on S atu rd ay last C ranm er, the tw o M ayelta youths who were interest in Sunday-school w ork appears to be d e m n e d to d e a th fo r m u r d e r in C a m d e n , T h o m p s o n , b e t t e r k n o w n ns “ U n c le A lle n
Jus M ain street hom e; a ls o panning It.
N . J . , a n d G o v o rn o r W e r ts w ill s e t a d a y T h o m p s o n ,” w h o , i f ho lives t o se e T u e s ­
to visit h er sou, Longetreet Irons, who has been indicted for passing forged checks upon the grow ing.
fo r t h e h a n g in g .
It’s the Oldest; insures
d a y , M a y 21, w i l l bo 99 y e a rs o f nge,
G o v e rn o r Werts h a s signed the bill makiDg in th e hospital a t th a t place for over four Tonis Riyer and Tuckerton b an k s—a full ac­
C apt. Joseph Holm es visited your town
W ednesday. A p ril 17.
p re a c h e d i n t h e F i r s t M e th o d ist E p is c o p a l
Lincoln’* Birthday, F eb . 12th, a legal holiday. weeks suffering from an attack of appendicitis, count o f which appeared in the C o u r i e r of a
you Right; Pays Losses
du rin g court week.
J o h n M oQ ua'.d, th e w e ll k n o w n b ra o - c h u ro h y e s te r d a y , i n th o ab se n ce, o n a c ­
F reeholders Blrdsall and Carr of th e Public (or w hich an operation was perform ed. few weeks ago—pleud guilty. I . W, Carmi­
We are giad to h ea r th a t G eorge D itton of b a ll u m p ire , d ie d i n C h ic a g o la s t n ig h t, c o u n t o f s ic k n e s s , o f Rov. W illia m W a l­
Promptly, and Never Lets
B uildings commute o, w ere iu town ou Tues­ Tbe patient is progressing favorably, but it chael. their counsel, presented a petition L aooka is recovering irom iris severe burns.
to n , i t s p a s to r. T o d a y M r. T h o m p s o n hod
a f te r a b rie f illn e ss.
will probably be tw o weeks a t lea st before he signed by 125 residents of M ayetta and viciulty,
day.
your Policy R U N OUT.
E x-C ongroB sm an C h a rle s H . M a n s u r , h is p h o to g r a p h t a k o n w h ile s t a n d i n g in
H ow ard A pplegate, onr butcher, has p u r­
ask in g the leniency of the court on the cul­
d e p u ty c o m p tro lle r o f th o c u r re n c y , d ie d th o p u l p i t o f t h a t ch u ro h .
A ntrim VauHise h as changed the site of the is able to leave the hospital.
chased a fine gray horse.
p rits because of th e ir youth, th eir iam illcs and
N e w a r k , N . J , A p r il 1 2 . - J u s t a s S h e r­
barn b a c k of his business block on W ashington
D r. B lake drives a fast horse and rides a i n W a s h in g to n , a g e d 00.
th eir previous good records. R ev. E . Mount
I n t h e m u n ic ip a l e le c tio n a t R o c k fo rd , iff L o h lb a o k , o f E s s e x c o u n ty , w a s a b o u t
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w heel th a t m akes records.
COTTAGES FOR SALE AND TO RENT
to p la c e th e d e a th w a tc h o n H e n r y K o h l,
of th e M annahaw kin M. E. ch u rc h made a
Theodore Predm oie has reinrued home from I lls ., w h ic h w a s b e tw e e n th o A . P . A . a n d
The C entral R ailroad o f New Jersey has de­
C h r i s t i a n E n d e a v o r e r s w ill F o r m a sim ilar plea. T be court gave th e lads some F lorida, afte r being absent for six m onths th e lllK*ral e le m e n t, th o A . P . A . w a s de­ o o n fin ed h e ro u n d e r se n te n c e to b e h a n g e d
clared a quarterly dividend of 1 # p e r cent.,
fo
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close
vote.
excellent advioe a n d fined each $100 and costs
C o u n ty O r g a n i z a t i o n .
w ith Mr. P ierre Loriilard.
payable May lBt.
T ho w e av ers a n d s p in n o rs o f th o m llla a t nol, ho rocelvod w o r d fro m G o v e rn o r
—am ounting to about $135 each — after the
A meeting of delegates from the various C.
The M. E . Sunday-school celebrated E aster N o r th Y a ssa lb o ro , M e., w h o a tru o k on W o rts a t T r e n t o n t h a t ho h a d g r a n to d tho
M ercury stood a t 24° last Friday m orning
paym ent of which they were released.
on Monday afternoon in a grove n ea r E no’a M o n d ay , h a v e r e tu r n e d to w o rk , t h e i r de­ c o n d e m n e d m a n a re p rie v e o f f o u r w ocks
and a o eighth of an in ch of ice form ed. Last E societies of Ocean county will be held in the
F r o m C o u n ty J a i l t o S t a l e P rf»rm .
Riverside house.
B aptist church on Saturday next, u nder tbe
m a n d fo r a 10 p e r c e n t, in c re a s e i n w a g es d a t i n g fr o m A p r il 18, i n o rd e r to g iv e h is
n ight f t reached 25°.
ALL THE NEWS IS IN THE COURIER—NOWHERE ELSE
c o u n s e l t im e to a p p e a l fo r c o m m u ta tio n .
C harles Jackson, alias W hite (colored) and
auspices of the B aptist and P resbyterian
G ra n t Bunnell has been spending a few h a v in g been g ra n te d .
“ A ddle ** Howland, “ the sand pum p m an.” societies of this to w n ,to form a county organi­ J o h n E- Claytou, tw o young men who neither weeks a t home.
P lU LU rsB V R G , N . J ., A p ril 13 —C h a rle s
C olonel J a m e s E lv e rso n ,
b u s in e s s
moves today to T re n to n , where he w ill engage z a tio n . Lawyer E ugene V annote of Long a re m uch if any oyer 31, will spend 2 years in
A- G. W ilbert, jr., has taken charge of the m a n a g e r of th e P h ila d e lp h ia I n q u i r e r a n d B o liln stc in , a m o ld o r a t W a r r e n P ip e
in th e fish business.
B ranch, the D istrict Secretary, will have the S late Prison. T hese young men were both sen­ schooner J , J . W ard, ow ing to the Illness of a m om h e r of G o v o rn o r H a s tin g s ’ sta ff,w a a f o u n d r y , t h i s o ity , m o t w i t h a t e r r i b le
m a rr ie d in N e w Y o r k t o M iss E le a n o r d e a th . W h ile h e w a s a s s is tin g t o p o u r a
Jarnus M. P uttetof Burrsvllle, who served in organization in ch a rg e. Services w ill beheld tenced to three m onths in the county ja il for C apt. E . Vancleaf.
to n o f m o l te n i r o n In to a m o ld t h e c h a in
M ayo, th e o p era s in g e r.
C om pany D, 9th N. J . V ols., has been granted a t 10.30 a . m and 1.30 r . m . S hort devotional m inor offences la s t September. W hen released
Joseph N u tt of New E gypt, has been spend­
h o ld in g t h e la d lo b ro k e a n d S o h in s te iu
T h u rsd a y , A p r il IS .
an in cre ase of pension.
services in charge o f Rev. J . J . C oale of the in December, they had hardly been ou t a week, ing a few days here am ong his friends.
R u s s e ll Sago, th o b a n k e r , is s e rio u s ly ill w a s j e r k e d i n t o a p it, w ith th o liq u id
Alex Brin ley, K eeper of Cedar C reek Life­ Tom s River Presbyterian and 8 .G. Webb ot the before they burglarized a cigar store a t Seven
T heodore P redm ore’s new house on Caldwell a t ills hom o in N e w Y o rk .
m e ta l o n to p of h im . H is eyes w e re b u r nod
saving 8tatiou, moved yesterday to his new New G retna P resbyterian church, will be held S ta rs. They w ere indicted on th is charge and avenue is nearing com pletion.
S e c re ta ry C a rlis le w ill ad d re s s th e s o u n d o u t a u d h is le g s a n d h a n d s w e re a lm o s t
s ev e red f r o m th e b o d y . H o d ie d i n a w fu l
a t the beginning of each session. Addresses also on the ch arg e of attem pting to break j a i l ;
Lnpton Bros, of M ataw an, have been erect­ m o n ey c o n v e n tio n a t M e m p h is M ay 23.
borne in Cedar Creek village.
a g o n y a n h o u r a f te rw a rd s .
G eorge H. Holman h as laid a piece o f flag­ will be made by Rev. John Scott o f th is town, aud plead guilty to both indictm ents. The ing m onum ents in the cem etery a t Good Luck.
T h o T h ird b rig a d e o f P e n n s y lv a n ia m il­
M a y ’s L a n d in g , A p r il 15.—A t t o d a y ’s
co u rt sentenced them to tw o y ears eaob in
Rev.
O.
W.
W
right
o
f
Barnegat,
Rev.
W.
G.
Miss
Llxxie,
d
aughter
of
W.
8.
P
a
rk
e
r,
a
i t i a w ill e n c a m p a t M t. G re tn a , A u g . 3
ging in fro n t of his in su ran c e office in th e Vansessio
n o f t h e A t l a n t l o c o u n ty c o u r ts th e
W edem eyer of Lakewood, and o th ers. There S ta te prison on th e first offence and one year student a t the T renton N orm al school, is t o 10.
HDe b lo ck , let the good work go on.
firs t o f t h e th re o c r im in a l l ib e l s u its
on the second, the two terms to run concur­ spending the E aster holidays a t home.
are eleven societies in tbe county.
E x -G o v e rn o r F lt z h u g h Leo h a s b e e n a p ­
Daffodills, myrtle, violets, arbutus, pixya
g
a
i
n
s t H o s lo tt a n d M uollor, e d ito r s of th e
re n tly .
p o in te d by th e p re s id e n t a s c o llo c to r o f i n ­
A t l a n t l o C ity J o u r n a l , w a s t r ie d . T h o
are am o n g the bea u tifu l hostages s p rin g now
t e r n a l re v en u o fo r th o S ix th d i s tr i c t of
c e d /TiT g r o v e .
A B a d B oy B u r g l a r .
c
o
m
p
la in a n t w a s R o y a l R o b in s o n , a col­
W ARETOW N.
offers fo r the safe co m in g of summer.
V irg in ia .
ore d p o lice offleor.
M an y w itn e s s e s w ore
Andrew F ulton, who gave h is age as 10,
All Glasses of Sailing and Steam Yachts Constructed from the
Jo sep h E. W ilbur is rebuilding his o u tb u ild ­
“ D y n a m ite ” J . W . H ic k s , th e b o g u s
T he supper to have been given to n ig h t by
was indicted and plead guilty to breakiug and
Rev. Mr. C lark had a narrow escape the p rie s t w ho ussiilled C a th o lic is m a n d w as e x a m in e d b y e a c h sid e, a n d J u d g e R eed
Latest Designs. Spars for sale in the rough or Smehed in
the L adies Aid S ociety of the P resbyterian ings and putting his fences and hedges in good
entering the cottages of E. H M urphy and Dr, o th e r day. He was driving hom e from Forked ja ile d a t P in o B lu ff, A r k ., fo r p ro f a n ity , d e liv e re d a l e n g t h y c h a rg e to t h e j u r y de­
church has been postponed till fu rth e r notice. o rd e r.
firat-class manner. Yachte for Sale or to Hire. Pure Manilla
T ay lo r ana the Catholic C hildren's Home at R iver, w here be had attended an Epw orth w a s re le ase d on p a y in g $100 a n d co s ts a n d f in in g la w . A f te r tw o n ty m i n u te s ’ d e lib ­
Mr.
Pohl
has
b
uilt
a
new
grocery
store
on
e
r
a
tio
n
th
o
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y
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Hope. Crockett's Spar Varnish. Best Copper Paints. White
R. A A. W. B orden, the Shrew sbury con­
P o iu t Pleasaut. F o r a lad of his years, Fulton League meeting the nig h t before and was up p ro m is in g to lea v e to w n .
g u ilty .
Lead, Oils, Mixed Paints, Etc. I sell and nae only The Best.
trac to rs. are m ak in g rapid progress with S quau avenue, w here he is prepared for can show a bad record. It cam e out In court late, so he indulged in a com fortable snooze
B r id g e t o n , N . J . , A p ril 18.—T h e o d o re
business.
B ernard Haiuer’s W ashington street cottage.
th a t be boasted of beglnuiog his career as a in bis carriage as his faithful horse, P rince, STOCK AND PRODUCE MARKETS. S tr a t t o n , a n e n g in e e r on th o W e s t J e r s e y
M iss Sarah E . W ilbur has returned from
Hon. Adolph E rnst h a s widened th e road to
th ief a t the age of 8 years, aod th a t he intend­ jogged along.
He was aroused from bis C losing Q uotation* o f th * N*w Y o rk a n d ra ilr o a d , w a s d r i v i n g w ith h i s w ife to
B rooklyn, where she has been visiting for
r h lln d e lp h la K xchangp*.
his Lien street residence and sodded th e ter­
ed to follow tbe “ profession ” all his life. He peaceful slumbers a t tbe ra ilroad crossing juet
t h e ir h o m o in t h i s c ity la s t n i g h t w h e n
som etim e.
N rw Y ork , A pril 17.—T here w as no in d ic a ­ th e y w e re h e ld u p o n a lo n ely ro a d b y tw o
race. adding greatly to the appearance or bis
spent three y ears in the.lam esburg Reform above W aretown by the shrieking w histle of
Miss Etfie Applegate and her bro lb er, Connie,
tion
a
t
th
e
opening of business on the Stock Ex- m a s k e d m e n , w i t h re volvers. M rs. S t r a t ­
school, from w hich place he ra n aw ay nine tbe freight locom otive. T he good old parson
p ro p e rty .
•h
an
g
e
today
of
tho
stre
n
g
th
and
buoyancy
visited Philadelphia last week.
different times. Tbe court seuteuced him to was very much alive In an instant. C alling which were subsequently infused Into the to n sc re a m e d , b u t w a s sile n c e d b y th e
P ink coated fox h u n te rs and fleet tooted
W illiam I. A pplegate of Asbury P a rk , spent
tw o years iu S ta te Prison on each of the three o u t to “ P rince" the intelligent anim al ■peculation. Tho g en eral m a rk e t becam e h i g h w a y m a n ’s t h r e a t s to m u r d e r her.
hounds m ade an agreea b le diversion on our last Friday night w ith Peter C. Applegate.
T h e y t h e n re lie v e d S tr a tto n of h i s w a tc h
indictm ents, sentences to run concurrently ; (fortunately not frightened by the engine) strong afte r 10:15 o'clock, and th e m a rk e t
streets la s t Friday a fte rn o o n —from Lakewood,
a n d $40, a n d fled. T h e police o f t h i s p lac e
O u r teacher is arranging a program for
closed buoyant. Closing bids:
and the youth replied “ T hank y o u ."
sp ra n g across the trac k , and took him self and Lehigh V alley..... 31% W . N. Y. A P a — 7% w e re n o tifie d a n d a s e a rc h in g p a r t y w as
o f c o a r s e .
A rbor day. He is very popular w ith bis pupils.
m aster to a place of safety. The train only P en n sy lv an ia...... 52 E rie ......................... 10% o rg a n iz e d to lo o k f o r th e ro b b e rs.
D a n g ero u s W hen D ru n k .
E . Perrine has a new barn com pleted on the
An a s h e r in one o f o u r churches in sists that
W o o d b u r y , A p r il 15.—T h e b o d y of
Jo h n Shay plead guilty to three indictm ents missed them by a few feet. C onductor C lay­ R e a d in g ............... 14% I).. L. A W ......... ...100%
the increased size o f ladles' sleeves, has de­ site w here his old b arn was burned a short
8 t. P a u l ................59% W e st S hore............ —
for assault ana b attery committed a t Whitings ton rem arked th a t “ dom inie C lark cam e near Lehigh NaV......... 40 N. Y. C e n tra l........ 0R% F r a n k H a m m o n d , a colored m a n , w aa
creased the seating capacity of th e church tim e ago. Arthur Johnson was the builder.
fo u n d y e s te r d a y flo a tin g ?n th e c r e e k n e a r
Miss Hettie Pobl is visiting in Philadelphia. ag a in st George G allantry P eter A pplegate and going to his M p p y home th a t tim e." Mr. N. Y. & N. E ....... 38 L ake E rie & VV. .. 19%
nearly one-fifth.
B rid g e p o rt. H o h a d been e m p lo y e d by
Ju d g e Jam es E. Otis. Shay ordinarily is quiet C lark says he does n o t in lend to be caught New Jersey Cen. 95 Del. & H u d so n ...-120%
A new steel vessel fo r the S tandard OH Com­
C a p ta in J o h n T o o l, w h o r u n s a b a r g e b e­
enough, but was d ruD k a t the tim e, and Is said napping ag ain . A t th e sam e lim e he thanks
W. C. T. U. Convention.
G e n e ra l M ark ets.
pany w as launched yesterday a t th e Crescent
tw e e n S w e d e s b o ro a n d P h ila d e lp h ia . T h e
the
Lord
for
ibe
preservation
of
his
life.
to have endangered the lives of bystanders In
Pim.AiiBT.PHiA. A pril 17.—F lo u r firm ; w in ­ fa e t t h a t th o m a n h a d $20 w ith h i m w h e n
shipyard, E hzabethport, of which Jo h n P.
We have most rem arkable w eather for April, te r superfine. $2313.15: do. ex tra s. $2.200)2.40: h e le f t t h e b a r g e , w h ile o n ly a fe w c e n ts
K e v . A n n a S h a w W i l l b e t h e P r i n c i p a l his druuked rage. He was given one year in
K irk is superintendent.
S p eak e r.
S ta le prison. H e is also a com parative youth. easterly winds prevailing w ith cold nights and No. 2 w inter fam ily, $2.40^2.50; P ennsylvania w e re f o u n d o n th o b o d y , h as a r o u s e d bus
Mr*. Jam as H. L ew is is putting up a small
m ornings. Last Tuesday n ight looked very toller, straight, $!.R.V^2.*ii; w estern w in ter p ic io n s o f fo u l p la y , a n d th e ca se is b e in g
C u tt i n g T l m b r r C ase* .
T he sem i-annnai convention of the Ocean
Clear. $2.fl0®2.75. W h eat d u ll, w eaker, w ith
s tru c tu re on the n o rth side of the Union house
S. SECOND ST;.
storm y, and it seemed m ore like snow than •l% c.bid and 63%c.asked for A pril. Corn quiet, in v e s tig a te d . T h e bo d y , w h ich w a s b u rie d
county W. C. T . U . will be held at B arnegat on
R alph Clayton plead not guilty to a charge
*on M ain rtreet. G ossip says th a t it will be
ram , b at on W ednesday m orning the son shone easier, w ith 50c. bid and 50%e. asked fo r A pril. y e s te rd a y , w ill b e e x h u m e d e n d c lo s e ly ex STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS
F rid ay of next w eek, 27tb Inst. Rev. Anna o f cutting Umber aod gave bail him self in tbe
[PHILADELPHIA
O ats dull, lower, w ith 3<ic. bid an d 8S%c. • m in e d .
occupied as a Chinese laundry.
brightly with cold and penetrating winds.
W
O
RK
.
.
.
.
Closed
.Sundays
S haw , one of the m ost sloqnent of female plat­ sum of $200 to appear "or trial a t the Septem­
T r e n t o n , A p r il 17 — A n d re w R o alefs,
Wyckoff Letts has a bad carbuncle on tbe asked for April. H ay steady; good to choice
Sheriff Chambers th is morning to o k Charles form speakers, will address the evening meet­
tim othy, $i3®13..V). .leef firm . P o rk firm .
b er term.
back of his neck b n t he is very p atien t and Lard d u n ; w estern steam . $7.30; city, $6.02%. o f Qio G a rfie ld N a tio n a l b a n k , o f N ew
J a c k so n and John E Clayton to T re n to n , and ing. Beside the routine work of the convention,
D avid Hand was indicted for a sim ilar
Y
o
rk , w h o w a s i n j u r e d in th e H a c k e n B a tte r steady: w estern d airy , ft^l3% c.: do.
says it does not pain him mneh.
K eeper Patterson o f th e State prison, will care th ere will be addresses by tbe county president,
•a c k m e a d o w s r a ilr o a d ac c id e n t i n J a n u ­
offence at the December te rm ; but owing to
Mrs. Angnstus C am bnrn has returned hom e cream ery, 12<t30c.; do. fa cto ry , 8^1 lu.; El- a ry , 1894, y e s te r d a y recovered a v e r d ic t in
for them during the n e x t two years.
PRO PR IETO RS OF
Mrs. Parsons of Island Heights, Mrs. O. W. an erro r in tbe nam e of the person owning tbe
gins, 20c.; Im itation cream ery. 9QUc.; N»w
W illiam Fahr did a good piece of work on W rig h t of B arnegat, and Mrs. Bradley of land, tbe m atter was brought ag a in before the from .Jersey City, w here she has been m aking York d airy. Kk^lOc.; do. cream ery. 20o.; P en n ­ th e U n i t e d S ta te s c o u r t of $7,500 a g a in s t
h er children a plea sa n t visit.
sylvania cream ery, p rin ts, w holesale lots, th e D e la w a re , L a c k a w a n n a a n d W e s te rn
8. 8 . A nm acks W ashinglou stree t sidew alk, Tuckerton.
p re sen t grand ju ry . No bill was found and
tic .; cream ery tubs, e x tra , 21o.; do. prints, c o m p a n y . H e s u e d f o r $10,000. M rs. L il­
*h,PPed by
o r w a te r to ail p a rts of tb e co u n try , on ab o rt n o tice, a t low est cash
where th e smooth flagging and n e a t curbing
choice. 21^23c.; fa ir to good. l»(i*2#r.: Job­ lia n C laj-k, o f B a s k in g R idge, N . J . t w h o „ .
tb e Prosecutor entered a nolle pros, m the
B R O O K V IL L E .
W E ST CREEK.
are an obj act lesson to other pro p e rty owners.
bing. l*^28c. Cheese q u iet: New York large.
S lS h r M T O E T r o i ^ ' f S T s a i S S a S ' * ” d
n t e o for
form er indictm ent.
T%t®ll%c.; sm all. 9®ll% c.; p a r t aklm s, »®7o.; •u e d fo r $50,000 fo r th e loss o f h e r h u s ­
Jac o b Miller, hie son Arthur, M onroe Irons,
F o r f e it e d IM» B ond*.
W
A re n .
M arvin E. Jones o f Atlantic C ity is spend­
Mrs. Lacy Hand spent Monday w ith h er sis­ full skims, l^ i% c . Eggs firm ; New York and b a n d , w h o w a s k ille d in th e sa m e a c c id e n t,
- mB. B.AT*"
T o m s R iv e r , N. J .
E dw ard and Zack H a n k in s, together w ith two
g o t a v e r d ic t o f $8,000.
Pennsylvania.
Die.
;
w
estern
fresh,
12%o.;
Prosecutor
M
iddleton
declared
the
bonds
of
ing a few days h e re w ith friends.
ter, Mrs. H. A. C ranm er.
•o uthern, H % a l2%o.
team s, e u rle d od F rid a y lor O radel, near
S o m e r v il l e , N . J ., A p ril lft.—L a t h e r
M rs. M. E. B ishop has removed to Ware- Leyi Goff, and C harles Rogers and John Goff,
J . A. Estlow has moved over from Wells
M a r tin , w h o h a s a fa rm n e a r t h i s piaoe,
H ackensack, Bergen county, w here M r. Miller
L ive S tock M arkets.
tow n and the W est C reek hotel is closed for bis bondsmen, forfeited. Goff gave $200 bail Mills in tbe house form erly occupied by Mr.
h a d h i s b a r n b u rn e d la s t n ig h t a n d fo u r
has a jo b of grading.
N
ew
Y
o rk . A pril 17.—Beeves closed low er
before
a
Jacksoa
township
justice
to
appear
for
Van
B
rant.
th e present.
all ro u n d ; native steers, poor to good, 94.mA v a lu a b le h o rs e s w e re lo st. F o u rte e n
T he Christian E od o av o r Society o f the
Misses Lizzie T ilton and F lo ra W illiis are tria l a t this term of m o o rt; but failed to
Mrs. J a n e Penn spent M onday w ith her 1.10; Texans, $4
oxen and stags. $3 <t b lo o d ed a n im a ls w e re in th e s t a l l s w h e n
P resbyterian church w ill entertain tb e Epworth visiting friends in A tlantic City.
m aterialize.
dau g h te r. Mrs. A m anda Cranm er.
# 40; b alls, $2.05^5; d ry cows, $1.5ftj|4. Calves th e fire w a s d isco v ered , a n d th e y w e re all
Large and Complete Assortment at
League of tbe M E . church an d th e C. E.
T h e petit j a r o r t were discharged for tbe
W illiam H. Rulon has been aw arded the
Miss Minnie Morey is spending some day* in flail. low er: poor to prin. veals. $3^3. Sheep re s c u e d b y th e m e n . B u t a f te r b e in g
Steady; lam bs firm : unshorn sheep, poor to t u r n e d loose th e y b ec am e craze d b y fe ar,
society o f me B ap tist church on Thursday co n tra ct by the tow nship com m ittee to rai
term and co u rt adjourned till Wednesday, B arnegat.
•rim e . $4^5.30; clipped do., |3 $ M 4 ; anahorn a n d d e s p ite th e e ffo rts of tb e m e n f i r e o f J
EPH
GROVER
S W ATER STREET STORE, TOMS RIVER
evening of Bext w eek.
May 1st.
the gra d e or tbe landing road one foot.
Joaeph W alton and fam ily spent Sunday lam bs, common to choice. $4.-YV$A: clipped
th e m p lu n g e d i n t o th e flam e s a g a in .
flo.. •3.75'D.VM. Hogs higher a t $V85/5$5.05.
R ev. J . A. M arstella has returned from West
w ith his brother, J . Nelson Conch.
H e n ry R. Wilis’ team became restive on
l a t h e O r p h a n s C o u rt
E ast L ib e r t t . P a..A p ril 17.- C attle steady; A m o n g th e s e horse* w m a f a v o r ite of
M onday, and made a to n r of Main s tre e t with V irg in ia where be has been to attend tbe
Em m or Q nick s p en t W ednesday and Thurs­
An order to show cause was granted in tbe
prim e. $5.r<dA.2T,; good.$5.i0j|5.6b; bails, stags M rs. M a r tin . W h e n she saw i t e n t e r tkctbe b ite in their tee th . After sm ashing a fence fu n e ral of his brother.
e state of George Johnson, C harles A. Johnson day ir« Bnrliogton.
and cows,$9jL4.30. Hogs steady; P hiladelphia*, b u r n i n g b u i l d in g s h e p u sh ed t h e cro w d
C apt. M. M. W illiis of this place, is about to adm inistrator.
W illiam Cham berlain aod fam ily have moved iv a s a .v to ; com m on to fa ir Yorker*. $5 1.V3 as id e a n d ru s h e d th ro u g h th e fiam ea a f te r
and a flower lret!is a t tbe Unioo house, bowHss now in store s large and well selected stock of Stoves.
l i » ; roughs.
5 ‘. Sheep inactive; ex tra , It. A f te r a fierce s tru g g le , in w h ic h sh e
open a fish m arket in Atlantic City.
ever, th ey settled d ow n to everyday w ork.
F in a l accounts o f John C. P rice, assignee of over into town from Lacey.
4.40D4-00; fa ir to good. $2.*>®4 *V, com m on to ■res s e v e re ly b u rn e d th e b r a r e w o m a n s u e
Hesters, Ranges, Hollow-ware of all kinds,Tin-wsre,Wood A d
Mrs. Jennie D a o la p Is spending sem e days fa ir lam bs, $£*#.
H ezekiah B row n, and of W. S. Steelman,
iron Pumps, Sinks, etc., which he offer* gt reduced
r s r C rw e lty t o a l s r » * .
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adm inistrator o f C atherine Gifford, deceased, w ith h e r brother. P ostm aster J . N. Couch.
School Notts“ Qjuck Sales and Smell Profits.”
Joseph A. R iley o f Lakewood, waa arrested w ere passed upon.
Mrs. J . H. Collins aod fam ily retained home
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on a w arrant issued by ’Squire Lilli bridge last
W ashinotoh S t ., k b a i M a ih .
TOM S R IV E R , N . f.
Insolvent ord e rs to sell w ere granted one day last week afte r a few days spent with
M onthly review th is week.
Ahonf H and's RerwenerllU—it r r m t s
v - f t i i g fffB ? ?.
T o . i o n * i l .b e , r o o m a r e p m i ti e in . <*or».
«* m
**“ *'• M ichael M urphy, adm inistrator of Michael M is. Rebecca S a t t u t j .
a* m ercery will ra rely destroy tbe k o m of bnm or and c r >tes good hum or. A b a ttle for
.t a e l . * lo r irb o r D . J .
!•'<■> o f U k e . o o . , e t o w ta * blB
o C unningham , deceased, and Jam es B. Cranm er,
w d 's S arsaparilla vlgeroasly
Tfc« L a k c w a e d H l M t r e i e .
smell zed com pletely derange tbe whole system blood in wh*
Tbe schools ol L ' d Ioc , Ceder G roee end to e b o m . Rile? n — ille g a l, hired e h o r n of edraH hstrator of Isaiah B. Cram
T be perform ance o f th e Lakewood M inetreis when entering U through tbe n a r o s e rarfoees. fights, and it a .jw a y a r irt or Sobs la expelling
O o - d y d b tric l, h e r e e o o M le d » u k e p erl in j F o ste r to d rier to M snrheeler ; end Tower
O rders were issued fixing tim e o f reports of
foal
taints.nod
giving
tbe rltai field tbe quality
n s r s iu s E ifm n s s n c u u s n
the A rbor D s, p r e e n s s t T o m R i m , April r l e i m tl.it he oreH oeded, o m d ro te ,_ b e e t sales of R obert W . Morris, adm inistrator of a t W ardell h all o a Toreday event** was Such articles ebosld never be need except on
360,
eod neglected to feed the shim s). When J o h n H. M orris, deceased, and o f David L. worthy of a larg e r bo o ee; aod showed no h a le prescription* from reputable phyticaos, as tbe and q u an tity of p erfect health. I t c a re t scrotal*,
T be officers of tb e d e b e tm . society for t h . rnken before 'SRelre Sp">*l .1 lm h e e p od. C layton, adm inistrator of M ary J . easier, ta le e t on the p a r t o f the Lakewood yontbs. dam age they will do 1* ten fold to tbe good yon
Mnsic. which was furnished by th e Lakewood ean possibly derive from them . Hnll’s Catarrh
deceased, s p e s J u ly let, next.
e c c i i . . . I r m l i s e s j t . p n r i d r e t : L-e!!* Riley g m * * » » • " <“ » »
H ood's Pills s e t w f i * . yet p ro m p tly M fl
Cowpsrthwsit Exchst!g8,Tcffis R y »
i orrtseetra, w m one o f the chief fe a ts re* o f the Core m aun factored by F . J . Cheney A C®., efficiently o a tb e bow els sad H rer. *5e.
l a the contest over tbe aooofatm ent of
Graxratt. vic£ p re s id e n t; Cka*. tiW k rw n see- eosirt.
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ad m in istrato r o f th e estate of J o h n I Webb, *
» m etre! perform ance w as of Toledo. O .. cootaina no m ercury, and ia token
re ta ry ; Lena F o rd , c r itic : Ju d g es: Norman
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T hev tell of a * » « of t**eb*n—the first for R oger* of M accheeter.
local color ia their gaga end jo k e .
thas mweews n rf a c e s o f tbe system la bn j leg B all's
T he h o t salve fa th*
f« r- j^ P—
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1865—eiayaff « • M<**day * New O n t t t be­
a d d ts g much to th eir fen and effective***!
*m m , U leers, 9 a h S b c s s , fe v e r S a r a , Tatter!
ik a rh F*ferw*iir (JOT B M P m ~
l a *• Resolved th a t the s s s w h o ****
B e a r ha d m
tw een the WekssBee of tfeat pheee »w4 the
The MBetcg. dancing and a coopk
fSrees j by ? J- Cbswey A Co. Tcettmosta?* free.
b o w an d flods that, d in n e r h » * ready
T h a t Lepton B rothers a t th eir M ataw an, Key- w ere well received by tbs asdieaee.
M onitor* e t Egg Hnaffer City fo r s
I C r to M by Drwggiato, p r l « 75e. pee w -uV .jSklo
m ore
for c w f r t a t e i than tb e
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Asske-j vavds carry the iargent
twfeieee iasisg* *«S eight*
w ho h a s dm aer re a d y asd tbe
=s b *». headtsooe* -o d fence* ir
Adet!Using is the key to saccjss-tf rigUiy 1
f 11L,rJ?!-,,.
Hood's & raa p artB a gives g re a t b
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and la tbe right sort of power. Kvervbefl?! perfect
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The Best G roceries
Value M illinery
D ry Goods
B oots, S hoes
T able W are
for Your
Money
COWPERT11\V A IT & 00.
Our Spring line of Shoes all complete
w e l c o m e Ts p r in g !
Goodby to dull and dreary W inter
Prices to Suit the Times I
French Millinery
A. C. H IR S C H ’S
Agency for Demorest’s $19.50 Sewing Machine
HOLMAN’S
Insurance Agency
at Toms River, Mew Jersey
WHY
A SURE THING
EACH WEEK
WILLIAM P. KIRK,
YACHTS
DESIGNER AND CONSTRUCTOR OF
TOMS RIVER
NEW JERSEY
YOU WILL REALIZE THAT "THEY LIVE
WELL WHO LIVE CLEANLY,”
IF YOU USE
S A P O L IO
Photographs ■ H. E. LOYEJOY
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A Y R E S
B R O T H E R S ,
TOMS RIVER BRICK WORKS,
FINEST GROCERIES
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REV. I. W. HILL.
AN EASTER JUBILEE.
la better than tha sickest patient In the
hospital.
B R IA R P I P E
GIVEN AWAY
A s t o th a Soul.
B u t a s t o o u r s o u l, vy» w ill c ro s s rig h t
Pnator Methodist church. Accord, N. Y. DR. TALMAGE PREACHES ON THE o ver, n o t w a itin g fo r obsequies, Independ­
e n t o f o b itu a ry , In to a s ta te in e v e ry way
■ays cancerous diseases can he eared.
RESURRECTION.
b e tte r , w ith w id e r room a n d v e lo c ities 1«>
Accord , N . Y.—Under the old school m eth­
-t\T H E V f ^
y o n d c o m p u ta tio n , t h e d u lle s t o f u* into
od It was believed that any disease of cancerous E M te r I s Q ueen o t th e Nabbwtha a n d H olds
np& nkm sldp w i t h th o very
sp irits
grow th could never be cured. T he surgeon's
t n t n c l r very l»est m oods, In th o very best
l a n # r H a n d t h e K ey to A ll t h e Como
knife was resorted to, but was sure to break
to rlea l a C h rlsto n d o m —T ho L ife A fte r ro o m o f th o u n iv erse , th o fo u r w i lls fu r­
p io n e e k
op ocean co. out again.
n is h e d n n d pnnelod a n d plcturixl a n d glorlD e ath .
fleil w ith a ll th e s p len d o rs th a t th o Infinite
Since the discovery of Dr. Kennedy's Favor­
tSud in n il ag e s 1ms lsten aid e t o Invent.
ite Remedy a ll th is has been changed—th e
TOMS EIVEE POST OFFICE.
N ew Y o r k , A p r il 14.—B ev. I>r. T al
action of F avorite Remedy upon the system nuigo prom loHl Iw U o Uxluy i n N o w Y ork V icto ry !
MAILS CLOSE) FOB
T h is view, o f course, m ak e s I t o f b u t lit­
leaves
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Mew York and points north, o.fto a . M.
tl e im p o rta n c e w lie th c r wo a re c re m a te d or
New York and all points north ct Manchester seeds of disease are expelled and lost health P re s b y te ria n c h u r c h —on b o th occaMon* sepulttm »d. I f th e la tte r lit d u s t to dust,
9.65 A. M. 9.46 and B.SS P. to.
restored.
A
notable
ease
of
the
efficacy
of
Dr.
to
crow
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th o fo rm e r is a sh e s t o ashes. I f a n y pre­
Manchester, Bajrvule, Cedar Creek, Forked
River, Wuretown, nolnta between Manchester David K ennedy's Favorite Remedy Is that of w an on th o w n b je c t o f “ Knitter .Tnbiloo,” fe r in c in e ra tio n , le t th em have I t w ith o u t
and Bridgeton, 0.60 A M.
Philadelphia, Washington, Southern and the Rev. I. W. Hill of this town. Some years tho te x t b e lli* ta k e n fro m I C o rin th ia n s c a ric a tu re . T h e w o rld m ay b ec o m e so
Western States, points between Toms River and ago he was suffering with cancer of long stand­ xv, f>4,“ D e a th Issw aJlO w ed up in v ic to ry .” c ro w d ed tlia t c re m a tio n m ay ho u n iv e rsa l­
Camden, island Heights, Trenton and southern ing, on his lip, and finally concluded to have It
A lx iu t 1.801 K iw ter m o rn I non have ly a d o p te d by la w a s w ell a s b y general
Jersey 7.95 A. M. s 49 P. M.
Points between Seaside Park and Point P lea­ removed, In speaking of his case Paator Hill w ak en ed th o e a rth . I n F ranco to r tiireo co n se n t. M any o f th o m ig h tie s t n n d best
o f e a r th h av e g o n e th ro u g h ti ll s process.
sant, 0.86 A. M.
said : “ About three weeks previous to having c e n tu rie s th o a lm a n a c s m ad e th o y e a r be­ T h o u s a n d s a n d te n s of th o u s a n d s o f H od’s
W hltlr-....... *
the operation performed, I purchased Dr. g in n t E a s te r u n t i l C h arle s I X m a d e tho
8.48 P. J
(hlld re n have b ee n crem ated. P . P . Bliss
Hllverton and Burrsvllie 8.00 A. M. dally.
Kennedy’s F avorite Remedy and continued y e a r b e g in n t .Tan. J. I n th o to w e r of a n d w ife, th e e v a n g e lis t slng('rs, crem ated
Registered mail, 9,so a . M.
taking U for some tim e after the cancer w as Ijo n d o n th e r e in a ro y a l jmy ro ll of E dw ard b y a c c id e n t a t A sh ta h itln b r id g e ; J o h n
MAILS AltRl VB FROM
removed. Ten long years have passed then l, o n w h ich t h e re is a n e n try o f eig h tee n R o g ers, c re m a te d h y p<>rs<'cutiou; I^at inter
i d R idley, c re m a te d n t O x fo rd ; P o th in u s
New York and Phlladelpnfa, 8.08 A. M.
and no trace o f the ngly thing has returned. pence fo r 400 co lo re d a n d p ic tu re d K n ster
Philadelphia, Camden, Island Heights, etc.,
eggs, w ith w h ic h th o people sjiorted. In a n d B lo n d in a , a slave, a n d A le x a n d e r, a
I
speak with knowledge In the highest term s of
10.81 A, M., 6.84 P. M.
KuHHin slaves w e re foil a n d e lm s w ore dig- p h y sician , a n d t h e i r com rades, crem ated
W bltlugs and Tackerton, and points between Dr. Kennedy's Favorite Remedy as being able
trih u to d o n E a s te r.
a t t h e o rd e r of M a rc u s A u re liu s . A t least
n .o t a . m .
ukes ixture
New York and all points north, Forked R iver, to cure the troubles for which it Is prepared ”
E cc lesiastical c o u n c ils m e t a t P o n tu s , 100.000 o f C h ris t's d isciples c re m a te d , and
Bridgeton, etc, ll.OT A. M.
One o f our local physicians said, lu explain­ n t G aul, n t R om e, a t A chaia, to d e c id e tho th c ro c a n lie n o d o u h t n lx tu t th e re s u rre c tio n
New York and all point* north of Manchester,
ing the dem and for Dr. Kennedy a Favorite p n rtic u ia r d ay , a n d a f te r a con tro v e rsy o f t h e i r 1todies. I f th e w orld la s t s a s m uch
4.18 p. M.
New York and points north of Manchester M 3 Remedy: “ I t acts as a nerve and blood food, m o re a n im a te d t h a n g ra cio u s div ided it, lo n g e r a s i t hus a lre a d y been b u i l t, thoro
P.M .
and to my know ledge It has m ade many p er­ n n d n o w t h r o u g h a ll C h riste n d o m in p erh a p s m ay
n o room fo r th e la rg e acre­
Hllverton and Burrsvllie, 4. 80 P, M„ daily.
m anent cures o f Nervous Debility, Nleeplese- to m e w a y th e firs t S u n d a y a f te r th e full a g e s e t a p a rt i> r r e s tin g places, h u t tlia t
Registered mail, 11.07 A.M.
nees, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism and of the sick­ m oon w hich h a p p e n s upon o r n e x t a f te r t im e h as n o t com e. P le n ty o f ro o m yet, no anA tom lst o r p h ysiologist h as o v e r been
EDMUND W. MAKOLT, P. M.
ab le to to ll w h a t th e y a rc good fo r. P e r­
ness pecolAr to women, where Other treatm ents M arch 21 ‘s filled w ith E a s te r rejo icin g .
Corrected, October 18,1804.
a n d th e ra c e n e e d n o t pass t h a t b rid g e of h a p s th ey a r e tlio fo u n d a tio n o f t h e re s u r­
have failed. F or headaches, and the run down
condition, one often suffers with, Iherels noth­ T h e royal c o u r t o f th e S a b b a th s is m ade fire u n til i t com es t o It. T he m o s t o f us re c tio n body, w o r th n o th in g t o ,u s In th is
tip
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ifty
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a
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princes
in
th
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ro
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p re fe r th e old w ay. B u t w h e th e r o u t of sta te , to bo in d isp e n sa b ly v a lu a b le i n th e
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
ing else so good.”
al household, h u t E a s te r is queen. S he n a t u r a l d is in te g r a tio n o r c r e m a tio n wo
P E N N S Y L V A N IA R A ILB V A D ,
w e ars a ric h e r d ia d e m an d sw ays a m ore s h a ll g e t t h a t lu m in o u s , b u o y a n t, g lad ­ n e x t sta te . T h e J e w is h ra b b is a p p e a r to
jew eled scepter, a n d in h e r sm ile n a tio n s som e, tra n s c e n d n n t, m ag n ific e n t, in ex p lic­ h av e h ad a h i n t o f th is s u g g e s tio n w hen
S H E R I F F ’S S A L E .
P h il a d e l p h i a a n d L o n g B ra n c h D iv is io n ,
th e y said that, i n t h e h u m an f r a m e th(*re
a re Irra d ia te d . W e weleom o th is q u ee n ly a b le s tr u c tu r e c a lle d t h e re s u rre c tio n body,
T im e T a b l e A d o p te d o e t . IS , I 8 « 4 ,
day, h o ld in g h ig h u p in h e r r i g h t h a n d y o u w ill have It, I w ill havo it. I say to w a s a sm a ll h o n e w h ic h was to h e t h e basis
th e w renched off h o lt of C h ris t's s e p u lch e r y o u to d ay , as P a u l s a id to A g rip p a , “ Why o f t h e re s u rre c tio n IkhI v . That, t o w have
TRAINS LEAVE TOM8 RIVER
Issued out of the Court of Chancery of the
t e n a dolwAon. B u t th is tilin g is ce rtain
For Camden and Philadelphia, 7.48 a. k ., 4 ob State of New Jersey snd to me dir oted. I will sell a n d .h o ld in g h ig h u p In h e r left h a n d tho s h o u ld St I jc th o u g h t a th in g tocrrdlM o — t (.0 GhvisMati h>k .11 lists of o u r d a y have
%t yoMui teodtta oh
key to a ll th e ce m eterie s In C hristendom .
r, U. »ri'k 'Imjts,
w ith y o u t h a t Gcal should..v»Vw ilo r fleadr” fo u n d o u t t h a t t h e r e a r e tw o o r t h r e e s u p e r­
For Berkeley, 10,80 A. a ., week days.
My t e x t Is a n eja c u la tio n . I t Is spun
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TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 1805,
flu itie s of th o b o d y t h a t are s o m e th in g glo­
For Island Heights, 10.80 a . a „ 6.64 r . a . week
o u t o f h a lle lu ia h s . P a u l w ro te r i g h t on flies, h ig h e r t h a n t h e eagle flies, w lm t is it
days.
rio u sly su g g e stiv e o f a n o th e r state*.
At the Hotel of cowdrlck A Cook, In the village
For New York, via Berkeley and Bay Head of Toms River, In the County of Ocean and state in Id s a r g u m e n t a b o u t tho re s u rre c tio n m a d e o ff D rops o f w a te r from th o H u d ­
I called a t m y fr ie n d ’s house o n e s u m ­
Junction, 10 no a. a ., week days.
a
n
d
observed
a
ll
th
o
law
s
of
logic,
b
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other
of New Jersey, between the hours of 10 a . and 6
For Point Pleasant, Sea Girt, Asbury Park and o'clock p. m. on said uay, the following described w h e n h e c a m e t o w r ite tho w ords o f tho d ro p s from a s t a g n a n t pool o u t o n N ew ark m e r day. I fo u n d th e y ard a ll p ile d up
Long Branch, 10.30 a. a ., week days.
w ith ru b b is h o f c a rp e n te r's a n d m as o n 's
real estate:
te x t h is fingers a n d h is p en a n d t h e p a rc h ­ flats. U p y o n d e r th e re , e m b o d ied i n a
For Tuckerton, Beach Haven and Harm-gat
w o rk . T h e d o o r w as off. T h e p lu m b e rs
City, via Whitings, 7.48 a . a ., and 4 06 v. a ., week
All the tracts or parcels of land and premises, m e n t on w h ich ho w r o te to o k fire, a n d ho c lo u d , a n d th e s u n k in d le s it. I f God can
hm l to rn u p tu e floor. The ro o f w a s bein g
days.
hereinafter particularly described, situate, lying crie d o u t, “ D e ath Is sw allow ed u p in v ic­
and being in the Township of Jackson, in the to r y ! ” I t is a d re a d fu l sight, t o soo a n m a k e su ch a l u s tr o u s clo u d o u t o f w a te r lifte d In cu p o la . A ll tho p ic tu re s were
LEAVE BERKELEY
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county of Ocean and State of New Jersey,
For New York. 11.10 a. a . week days.
gone, a n d th o p a p e r han g e rs w e re d o in g
No I. Beginning at a red oak sapling- marked a r m y ro u ted a n d flying. T hey s c a tte r ov- a n d fetched fro m m ile s aw ay, c a n he not
For Island Heights and Toms River, 8.01 r . a .
t h e i r w ork. A ll th e m odern im p ro v e m e n ts
on four sides with a blaze and one notch above and iry tliln g v a lu a b le o n th e tra c k .
U nweek Jays.
one below each blaze, being the uorUieasi. corner w hoelod a rtillo ry . H o o f of horse on b re a s t t A n s p o r t th e fr a g m e n ts o f a h u m a n body w ont b e in g In tro d u c e d Into t h a t d w e llin g .
fro m th e e a rth , a n d o u t o f th e m b u ild a T h e re w as n o t a room In th e h o u s e fit to
LEAVE POINT PLEASANT
of land belonging to Joseph Hires and Klistia
For Toms River, Berkeley and way points, Morris, that was formerly Peter Barber's; thence o f w o u n d e d a n d d y in g m an . Y ou have r a d ia n t body? C a n n o t God, w h o owes all liv e In a t t h a t tim e , a lth o u g h a m o n th be­
0.46 p, a . week days.
1 north seventy-three degrees west, twenty-two road o f th e F re n c h fa llin g back from Se­ th o m a te r ia l o u t o f w h ich hones a n d imtsfore, w h e n I v isite d t h a t house, e v e ry th in g
chains; 1hence 0 south thirty degrees west, twen­ d a n , o r N a p o le o n 's tr a c k o f 1)0,000 corpses
LEAVE PHILADELPHIA
clo n n d flesh o re m ad e , s e t th e m u p again
ty-seven chains; 8 south eighty-eight degrees and
For Toms River, 8.30 a. a ., 4.00 r . a . week forty-live m luutes east, twenty-four chains ami in th e s n o w b a n k s o f R u ssia , o r o f th o flvo i f th e y hav o fa lle n ? I f a m a n u fa c tu re r of w at. so b e a u tifu l I co u ld n o t h a v e s u g g e s t­
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seventy links; 4 north thirty degrees east, twenty k in g s tu m b lin g o v e r th e rocks o f Ile th o ra n telescopes d ro p a telescope on th e floor, find ed a n im p ro v em en t. My frie n d h a d gono
LEAVE NEW YORK
chains to the place of beginning. Containing w ith th o ir arm ie s, w h ile th o h a ils to rm s of i t b re a k s , c a n h e n o t m en d it a g a in so you w ith h is fa m ily t o th e Holy L a n d , expect­
For Toms River and Intermediate sutlona, at
in g t o com e b a c k a t th e end o f s ix m o n th s,
stilct measure
icepllng aud reserving out of h eaven a n d th o sw o rd s o f J o s h u a 's hosts c a n seo th o u g h it? A n d if God d rops the w h e n th e b u ild in g w a s to ho d o n e. A nd,
19 l o r . a., week days.
the above described tract of land a thirl? l
s tr u c k th e m w ith t h e ir fury. B u t in m y h u m a n eye in to t h e d u s t, tho eye w h ich he
J . R. WOOD,
WILSON BROWN,
Is known as “The Red Tavern Tract,” t e x t Is a w o rse d isco m fitu re. I t see m s t h a t o rig in a lly fa sh io n e d , c a n ho n o t re s to re It? o h , w h a t w a s h is joy w han, a t th o e n d of
(Jen. Paaa. Agt.
Superintendent tract,which
formerly “ Barber’s lav e rn ," now belonging to
s ix m o n th s, lie r e tu r n e d , and th e o ld house
a blac k g ia n t proposed to co n q u e r th o A ye, if th e m a n u f a c tu r e r o f th e telescope,
Michael Krrlckson.
w a s en la rg e d a n d im proved a n d glorified.
No 3. Beginning at a. stone, planted for a e a rth . H e g a th e re d for id s h o s t a ll th e by n ch a n g e o f t h e g lass a n d a ch a n g e of
Q E N T R A L B . B . O F NE W J E B M I .
corner, distant one chain and fifty links west irom ac h es a n d p a in s a n d m alad ie s a n d d is te m ­ focus, c a n m a k e a b e tte r glass tita n th a t T h a t is y o u r bo d y . I t looks w e ll now.
A ll th e room s filled w ith h e a lth , a n d wo
N K W J E K S B Y IfO I/TM B B N D IV IS IO N . the main road leading from Samuel Reynolds to p ers an d epidem ics o f tho ages. Ho m a rc h ­
w h ic h w a s o rig in a lly c o n s tru c te d a n d ac­ co u ld h a rd ly m a k e a su ggestion. B u t a ft­
as Id Barber’s tavern, also distant eight chains and
A n t h r a c i t e F o a l u s e d e x c lu siv e ly , I n s u r ­ thirty links on a course north forty-live deg ees ed thorn d o w n , d r illin g thorn In t h e n o r th - t u a l l y im p ro v e it, d o you n o t t h i n k tho e r a w h ile y o u r so u l w ill g o to th o H oly
and thirty minutes west from a white oak tree m H t w in d a m id th o slu sh o f tem p ests. Ho fn s h lo n o r o f th o h u m a n eye m a y im prove
in g (C lea n lin e ss a n d c o m fo r t.
L a n d , a n d w h ile y o u are gono th o old
standing at said Barber’s old ice house aud about, th re w u p b a rric a d e s o f gra v e m o u n d . H o
i t s s i g h t a n d m u ltip ly th e n a tu r a l eye hy h o u s e of y o u r ta b e rn a c le w ill ho en tire ly
links souih of the said tavern door;
T h r o u g h C o a c h e s t o N ew Y ork—B e d u e e i seventy-live
thence running 1 north one degree and thirty p itc h e d te n t o f c h a rn e l house. .Some of th e th o u s a n d fo ld a d d itio n a l fo rces of th e re c o n s tru c te d fro m c o llar to a ttic . Every
B a t e s , q u i c k T i m e , w ith b u t o n e
minutes west, twenty-four chains; 9 south eighty- th o troops m a rc h e d w ith slow trea d , co m ­ re s u rre c tio n eye?
n e rv e , m u scle a n d h o n e a n d tis s u e a n d
eight. degrees and thirty minutes west, thirteen m a n d e d by c o n s u m p tio n s ; som e in d o u b le
c h a n g e o t C a r a , t o P h ila d e lp h ia .
YVlif I* tli« R e s u rre c tio n In c red ib le?
chains; a south one degree and thirty minutes
a r to r y m u s t h e h a u le d over, a n d th o old
east, twenty-four chains; 4 north fllghty-elght de­ q u ic k , com m an d e d by pn eu m o n ias. S om e
T im e T a b l e In e ir e c t Dec. 3 , H I M .
“ W hy s h o u ld It, b e th o u g h t w i t h you an s tru c tu re w ill bo b u rn ish ed a n d ad o rn ed
grees aud thirty minutes east., thirteen chains to ho took by lo n g bosiegom ent o f evil h a b it
the place of beginning. Containing thirty-one a n d som e by one s tro k e o f th o b a ttle ax in c re d ib le th i n g t h a t G od s h o u ld ra ise the a n d raised a n d cupoiucd and e n la rg e d , and
TRAINS LEAVE TOMS RIVER
For NEW YORK, Elizabeth and Newark, all acres and twenty hundredths of sn acre, str ut o f ca su alty . W ith b o n y h a n d h e im undod d e a d f" T ilin g s a ll a ro u n d us s u g g e s t it. | n il th e im p ro v em en ts o f heaven in tro d u ce d ,
O u t o f w lm t grew u l l th ese flow ers? O ut a n d y o u w ill m o v e in t o i t on re s u rre c tio n
rail, a t 7.08 and iu.08 a . a „ ».(« and o.ao p . a . measure.
3. Beginning at the third corner of a tract n t th o doors of h o s p ita ls a n d s ic k ro o m s
For BAKNEUAT, a t s.ut and 11.07 a. a . 4,18 ofNo.
thirty-one acres and twenty-hundredths of an a n d w on u ll th o v icto ries in a ll to o g re a t o f t h e m old a n d e a r th . R esu rrecte d . Res- j d ay . “ F o r w e k n o w th a t, i f o u r e a rth ly
and 7.01 r. a .
acre,
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For LAKEWOOD, MANCHKKTKK, RED August, 1HIIU, recorded In Hook H, 16, page 08. now b attlefie ld s o f a ll th e live c o n tin e n ts. F o r­ itrrented.’ T ho r a d ia n t b u tte rfly , whore ; h o u s e o f th is ta b e rn a c le w ere dissolved, wo
d i d i t com e from ? T h e lo ath so m e catcrp ll- I h a v e a b u ild in g o f God, a house n o t m ado
BANK, etc., T.iw, 10.08, a . m. 8,09, and s.on r.a .
to John Hyers; thence I north thirty- w a rd , m an 'll, th e c o n q u e ro r o f conquerors,
For KATONTOWN, LONG nRANCH, etc,, bcluiiKlog
Uve degrees west, sixteen chains mid twenty a n d a ll th e g e n e ra ls a n d co m m an d e rs in la r. Thai; a lb a tr o s s tlia t s m ite s th e tom- I w ith h ands, e te rn a l in th e h e a v e n s .” Oh,
7.03 and H'.OS a. a ., 3.03 and 8.60 r, m.
p e s t w ith I t s w in g , w h e re d id It co m e from? j w h a t a d ay w h e n ixidy a n d s o u l m eet
0 west sixteen chains sml eighty links-, a
For ATLANTIC C ITY, GLASSBORO, WIL- itnkfl;
chief,
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south twenty degrees west, eight chains aud fifty
A senseless sh ell. N e a r B ergerac, Franco, ' a g a in 1 T hey a r e very fond o f e a c h o th er.
LI AM8TOWN, etc,, at 7.03 a. a . and 8.08 p. a.
links; 4 south sixty-three degrees east, twenty- ftu ltan s a n d c z a rs d ro p u n d e r th o fe et of in a C eltic to m b , u n d e r a b lock, wero
For VINELAND, BRIDGETON, etc., Cumber­ two
D id y o u r body o v er havo a p a in a u d y o u r
and flfty links; 8 south twenty degrees h is w a r ch a rg er.
land and Maurice River Braucii, at I.oh a . a . and west,chains
fo u n d flow er seeds t h a t h ad b e e n buried so u l n o t r e e c h o it? Or, c h a n g in g tho
thirty-eight chains; 8 north clghty-three de­
8.08 p. a .
T h e llls c k G ian t’s Foe.
and twenty mluutes east, thirty-seven
2.000 years. T h e e x p lo re r to o k th o flower q u e stio n , d id y o u r soul ever h av e a n y tr o u ­
For PHILADELPHIA, via Winslow Junction, grees
halns; 7 north nine degrees wcst.thlrteen chultu
B u t on o C hristm uH n ig h t h is a n ta g o n is t seed a n d p la n te d it., a n d it. c a m e up, it b le a n d y o u r b o d y n o t sy m p ath ize w i t h it,
at 7.08 a. a . and cos r . a .
south eighty-eight degrees arul thiity minim
RETURNING
west, thirteen chains; 9 north one degree and w a s h o rn . A s m o s t o f th e p lag u e s a n d bloom ed in bliioboll a n d heMotroi>e. Two g ro w in g w o n a n d w e a k u n d er tlio d ep ress­
Leave NEW YORK, foot of Liberty 8 t„ N. K. thirty minutes west, twenty-four chains to the sicknesses a n d d e sp o tism s canto o u t o f tho th o u s a n d years a g o b u ried , y et resurrected. i n g influence? O r d id y o u r soul e v e r havo
via all rail,at 4.no and 8.15 a. a., 1.46and 4.40 p. a. place of beginning. Coutalmng one hundred aud c a s t i t w as a p p ro p ria te that, th o n ew co n ­ A tra v e le r says ho fo u n d in a m u m m y p it ' a g lad n e ss b u t y o u r body celeb ra te d i t w ith
Leave NEWARK, Broad St., at 8.00 a . a ., 1.86 live 80-KSi acres, strict measures.
No. 4. Beginning at the third nnrnar of a tract q u e ro r s h o u ld com e o u t o f th e sam e q u a r ­ in E gypt, g a rd e n poos t h a t h ad Ijcoii buried k in d le d ey e a n d cheek and c la s tic step?
and 4.40 v. a .
Leave PHILADELPHIA, Pier hSouth Wharves of ffitr-four acres,returned u» Andrew Bell on the te r, P o w er is g iv en h im to a w a k e n all th o ro 8,000 y e a rs ag o . H o liro u g lit th e m out, S u re ly Gcal n e v e r In ten d e d tw o s u c h good
14th dav of August, 18U4, recorded lu Book 8. 18 th o fa lle n o f a l l th o ce n tu ries a n d o f all n n d o n J u n o 4, 1844, ho p lan ted th e m , an d fr ie n d s to bo very, lo n g separated. A u d so
Delaware River, at 8.80 a . m, and 4.16 p . m.
Leave ATLANTIC CITY, at 8.16 a. a . 4.00 p. a . psgn «07, called •• Perrlne’s wood lot;" thence 1 la n d s a n d m a rs h a l thorn a g a in st th o blo ck i n 80 d ay s th ey s p r a n g up. B u rle d 8,000
w h e n tho w o rld ’s la s t E a s te r m o rn in g sh all
Leave RED BANK, a t 8.4(1 and 0.46 a. a . 0.67 north lift v-ntne degrees and llfieen minutes east,
thirteen chains and tru links; 0 east eight chains g ia n t. F ie ld s h a v e a lre ad y been w on, h u t yea rs, y e t re s u rre c te d .
com e th o soul w ill descend, cry in g , “ W here
and 6.60 r. a .
Leave LONG BRANCH, n . J . 8., a t 8.07 ano and elghty-IInkB; 8 mirth fourtesn chains aud liftv th e la s t d ay w ill see th e decisive b a ttle .
" W h y sh o u ld it. b o th o u g h t a th i n g In- is m y body?" a n d th e body w ill ascend,
links; 4 south eighty-three degrees and thirty0.86 a. m., 0.0s and s.ao p. a .
••ight minutes west, twenty chains and ten links; W hen C h ris t ahull lead fort h Id s tw o b r i ­ rre d lb lo w ith yo u t h a t God s h o u ld raise ra y in g , “ W here is m y soul?” a n d t h e L ord
Leave KATONTOWN,at 6.50 and 0.55 a,
n north twenty degrees and fifteen minutes east, gades, th o b rig a d e o f th o risen dea d a n d t h e d ea d ?" W hom d id a ll th is s ilk come o f t h e re s u rre c tio n w ill b rin g t h e m to ­
8.07 and 6.63 r . m.
Leave LAKEWOOD, a t 7.40 and 10.98 a. M. 8.40 thirty-eight chains; 8 south eighty eight degrees th e b rig ad e o f th e ce lestia l host, 1h e blac k f r o m - - t h e s ilk t h a t a d o rn s y o u r persons g e th e r, an d I t w ill bo n p o rfe c t s o u l i n a
west, two chains; 7 south twenty degrees and
and «.08 r. a .
ilurty-nlne minutes west, flfty chain"; 8 south g ian t, w ill fa ll b ack , nnd th o b rig ad e from a n d y o u r hom es? I n tlio hollow o f a staff p e rfe c t lxxly, in tro d u c e d by a p e rfe c t C h rist
Leavo MANCHESTER, a t 7.66 and 10.80
forty degrees ami thirty-nine minutes cast, ten th o riv e n sep u lch e rs w ill ta k e h im front a G reek m issio n a ry b ro u g h t from C h in a to in to u p erfec t h ea v en . V ictory!
4.00 and fl.4fl r. a.
Leave UARNEGAT, a t 8.85and 9.80 a.
».B« chains tit the place of teglimlitg. Containing b e n e a th , a n d th o b rig a d e of d escending E u ro p e th o p ro g e n ito rs o f th o s e w orm s
T h ey F e » r a F u tu r e Life.
thirty-live acres and elghty-tliree hundredths of Im m o rta ls w ill ta k e h im from above, and th at, now su p p ly th o s ilk m a rk e ts o f m an y
and e.in r . a.
an aero, strict measure.
O n ly th e h ad d isap p ro v e of th o re s u rre c ­
. H.OLHAUSEN,
H. P. BALDWIN,
The four above deaorlbed tracts, containing In “ d e a th sh all bo sw allow ed up In v ic to ry .” n a tio n s . T ho p a g e a n try o f b a n n e re d h ost
Gen’l Bupt.
Gen'l Pass. Agt. the aggregate, ono hundred and ulnety-two and T ho old b ra g g a rt t h a t th rea ten ed th e con­ n iiil th o lu x u rio u s artic le * o f co m m ercial tio n . A c ru e l h e a th e n w a rrio r h e a rd Mr.
seventy-one hundredths of an acre, more 01 less. q u e s t a n d d e m o litio n o f th e p la n e t h as Jest e m p o riu m b la z in g o u t from th e s ilk w o rm s 1 M offat, th e m issio n a ry , preach a b o u t th e
re s u rre c tio n , a n d b e s a id to th o m iss io n ­
UCKEBTON HAIL, HO AD.
Belted as U»e properly of Deborah A. dowdy h is th ro n e, inis lo s t h is scepter, bus lo st A n d w lto sh a ll b e s u rp ris e d if o u t o f th is
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and Lillie Gowdy, defendants, and taken lu exe­ Id s palace, h a s lo s t h is prestige, a m i th e in s ig n ific a n t e a rth ly life o u r b o d ies un fo ld ary , “ W ill m y f a th e r ris e in th e l a s t d ay ?”
I n e f fe c t O c t. 15, im V4.
cution at the suit of William Cox, complainant, o n e w ord w r itte n o v e r all th e g ate s of
“ Y e s ,” said th e m issionary. “ W ill a l l tlio
in fo s o m e th in g w o r th y o f th e c o m in g e te r­ dea d i n b a ttle rlso ?” said tho c r u e l c h ie f­
and to lie sold by
Trains from BEACH HAVEN and TUCKERTON
FRANK M. C1UMHERB, Sheriff. mmiRiiloum nn d c a taco m b a n d necropolis, n ity . P u t s ilv e r i n t o d ilu te d n ite r, nn d it
to NEW YORK, TRENTON and
J. Iloi.usa Hi hum li., Solicitor.
on cenotaph n n d sarcophagus, on th« dissolves. I s th o s ilv e r gone fo rev er? No. ta in . “ Y e s,” s a h l th o m issionary. “ T h e n ,"
PHILADELPHIA.
Dated March 03 twin.
(Pr’s fee, gia.M.
lonely c a irn of th o a re tle explorer a n d on P u t in som e p ieces o f coppor, a n d th o sil­ ra id t h e w a rrio r, “ le t m o b o a r n o m ore
Leave Tackerton, 7.<»s. a. m. s . ib, r. u.
th o ca ta fa lq u e o f g r e a t ca th ed ra l, w r itte n v e r re ap p ea rs. I f o n o foroo dissolves, a n ­ fth o u t th e re s u rre c tio n day. T h e re c a n ho
Leave West Creek, 7.<'6 a. M. 0.0a r. 11.
n o re su rre c tio n , th e re sh all ho n o re s u rre c ­
in
ca p ita ls o f aznli<a a n d e a lla lily, w ritte n o th e r force re o rg an iz es.
Leave Mannahawkin, 7.93 a. m„ 3.411 p. m.
tio n . I h a v e s la in th o u san d s i n b a ttle .
S H E R I F F 'S S A L E .
in m u sic al cadence, w r itte n In doxology
Leave Barucgal, 7.34 a. m„ and 8.67 r. n .
“ W hy sh o u ld it Iks th o u g h t a t h i n g in ­ W ill th e y rise?” A h , th e re w ill lie m ore
Arrive at Whitings, n.u* *.
and 4.93 r . u.
o f g ro a t assem blages, w r itte n o n tho cred ib le w ith y o u t h a t G od s h o u ld ra is e the
Arrive at New York 10.80 and 0.85 r. n „ C. U.
t o t Iso on t h a t d « y t h a n those w a n t to sco
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Arrive at New York 11.4-0 a. m., 7.93 p. m. P. R.K.
Y V IK T I'K o p a w h i t o p p i . p a ..
C oronal w ord, em bannerod c ra w le d last, a u t u m n feebler a n d feebler, w hose crim e s hav o n e v e r been re p e n te d of.
Arrive at Trenton lo.tw a. m., 6.48 r, 0., P. it. it.
Issued out of the Court of Chancery of the “ v icto ry .”
Arrive at Philadelphia 0.40 a. m., 6.&0 r. u.
state of New Jersey aud to me directed, I will sell w ord, npocalyptto w ord, chief w ord of « n d th e n stopped. T hey h av e ta k e n He B u t fo r all o th e rs w h o allow ed C h ris t to
at public vendue on
RETURNING
trlu m p h u l a rc h u n d e r w hich oonquoror* food; th e y w a p t n o p e. They lie d o rm a n t bo t h e ir p ard o n a n d Rfo and re s u rre c tio n it
re tu rn . V ictory! W ord sh o u ted a t O ul- a n d Insensible, b u t soon (ho s m ith w ind Will In’ a d ay o f victory. Tho t h u n d e r s of
TUESDAY, MAY 14, 1895,
lodeu and J ia la k la v a a n d H lonhciin, a t Will blow th o re s u rre c tio n tru m p e t, and tlio la s t day w ill l>c th e salvo t h a t g re ets
Leave New York, (P. R. R.) 1.00 P. m.
At Ihe Hotel of Cowdrick A O <ok. In the village
yo u in to h arb o r. T h e lig h tn in g s w ill lie
Leave Trenton, 7.4t a. m ., 0.53 p. u.
of Toms River, lu the County of ocean and Wale M eglddo an d Holforlno, a t M arathon, th o a i r nnd th e e a r th w ill lw* full o f them .
Leave Philadelphia (P . It. It.) at 3.30 a. u . and of New Jersey, between the hours of 10 x. and 5 w h e re th e A th e n ia n s drove l«u'k th e Ik) y o u n o t th in k t h a t God can d o a s m uch o n ly th o to rch e s o f triu m p h a l procession
4.00 P. m.
o'clock p. M. on said dav, the following described M odes; tit P o itiers, w hore C harles M artel fo r o u r bodies ps h e does for t h e w asps, m a rc h in g do w n t o e sc o rt you h o m e, Tlio
Leave Whitings, 10.10 a. m., n.ss r. m.
real estato:
b ro k e t he ra n k s o f th e Hariu'cns; at, Hal- a n d t h e sp id ers, p u d (h e s tm lls f f i d * b u r n i n g w o rld s fla s h in g th ro u g h im m e n ­
Leave B arnegai, 10.40 a. m., and #.to p. u.
A11 that farm trac t of land and premises r.nnLeave Mannahawkin, lo.AB a. m„ and 8.01 p. M slstlng of two parcels on which William U. Kmler, a m li, w here T h em tsto o l;* in th e g re a t sen m o r n in g a t h a lf jm st 4 o'clock t h e r e w as a s ity w ill bo th e ro o k o ts c e le b ra tin g y o u r
o e ro n a tio n o n th ro n e s , when* yo u w ill re ig n
Leave West Creek, 11.00 a, m., and 8.80 p. m.
fight, oonfounded tiie P ersian s, am t a t th e
deceased, resided at the Mine of his death,
Arrive at Tuckerton, 11,19 A. u., and 8.40 p. v . whereof lie d i d seized In fee situate, ly in g ..... d o o r o f th e e a s te rn c a v ern of chiseled rock re s u rre c tio n . O u t o f th o n ig h t, th o day. fo rev er an d fo rev er a n d forever. W h ere Is
I n a few w eeks t h e r e w ill ho a re s u rre c tio n
JOHN C. PRICK,
C. M. HEADLEY,
being on (he south side of the road leading fr. m
d e a th ? W h a t h a v e wo to do w ith d ea th ?
Bupt.
G. P. A F. Agt.
Mount Holly to Monmouth Court House, partly in W here C h ris t c a m e o u t th ro u g h a recess i n a l l o u r g ard en s. Why n o t so m e d ay a A s y o u r re u n ite d body nnd soul s w in g off
the township of Upper Freehold, in the County of a n d th ro ttle d th e k in g o f te rro rs a n d p u t re s u rre c tio n a m id a l l th e graves? Fact
Monmouth and partly In the township of Pliim- h im iwu-k in th o n ic h e from w hich th e ce­ a n d a n o n th e re a r e in sta n ce s o f m e n and from th is p la n e t o n t h a t Inst day y o u w ill
p F .N H E K T O N 4k HIUHTMTUHN B . B stead, in the County of Ocean, In (he State of
s»*e dee p gushes a l l u p a n d dow n t h e h ills,
New Jersey, and according to the title papers le s tia l co n q u e ro r h a d j u s t em erged. Aim , w o m e n e n tra n c e d . A tra n c e is d e a th , fol­ deep g ash e s a ll th ro u g h th e v alley s, a n d
T hoU nicn T r a n sp o rta tio n Co., Lessees.
w h e n tho ja w s n f (h e ea ste rn innusoli'uin low ed hy re s u rre c tio n a f te r a fe w days.
bounded sad described as follows:
beginning ai a water oak at the hea i of a small to o k dow n th e b lo ck g ia n t “ d e a th w as T o ta l suspension o f m e n ta l p ow er a n d vol­ th ey w ill Ixi th e e m p tie d graves, t h e y w ill
T im e T a b ic In E ffect O ct. 15, IB iM .
gully and corner to Richard sexton's land running sw allow ed u p in v ic to ry !"
|x; t h e alm ndoned sepulchers, w i t h ro u g h
u n t a r y ac tio n .
(t| north twenty-eight degrees, west one chain
g ro u n d tossed on e ith e r side o f th e m , a n d
TRAINS LEAVE NEW EGYPT.
I proclaim tho nlm litio n of death. T ho
Sii*p*n<l<*d A nim ation.
fifty links to a stone; thence (0) north atxty.flve
slabs
w ill lie u n ev e n on tho r e n t h illo c k s,
For Philadelphia, 7.58 and 11.is a m, 7.61 p u. degrees thirty minutes west three chains'nttv- old an ta g o n is t Is d riv e n h ic k in to m y th o l­
R ev. W illiam T e n n e n t, a great e v a n g e l­ Rnd th e re w ill b e f a l l e n m o n u m e n ts a n d
Sundays 7.08 a m.
ntne links to a atone in she Monmnuife road; o g y w ith a ll th o loro aisiut, S ty g ia n fe rry
is t o f th e la«t g e n e ra tio n , of w h o m Dr. cenotaphs, a n d t h e n fo r th e first ti m o y n u
For Toms River, 7.68 and i i . ib a n.
thence (3) along said road south sixty-four do.
For New York, 8.97 a . m.
groea and thirty minutes west thl ty-two chains a n d C haron w ith o a r a n d boat. Wo sh a ll A raltllutU l A In la n d e r, » m an fa r fro m 1>eforty-Uve links to Crosswick Creek; thence (t) up hav o no m orn to d o w ith d e a th tita n \v« ln g .s e n tim e n ta l, w ro te In n«*st. eu lo g istic w ill a p p re c ia te th o fu ll e x h ila r a tio n o f th e
RETURNING.
tex t, ” IJe w ill sw n ilo w u p d e a th I n v ic­
asm creek the seveial courses tncreof to an elm
Leave Philadelphia, 8.80 a v, 19.80 and 4.00 p a . tree In Hamuel Sexton’s line; theuce(6) along ss d h av e w it it th o c lo a k ro o m n t a g o v ern o r’s te rm s — Rev. W illiam T e n n a n t see m e d to tory. ' ’
Sundays 6.00 p m.
line north three degrees east thirteen chain* o r p re s id e n t's loveo. Wo stop gt suuhehN tk- fiio. H is s p ir it see m e d to havo d ep a rted .
Hail tho Lord of earth and hea v en !
Leave Toms Klver, 8.58 r h .
sixty-four links to a stone; (a) north eighty-four rootn am i leave in c h a rg e of tho s erv an t P eo p le can to in d a y a f te r day a n d said:
P raise to T hee by both lx- given;
Liave New York, 4.80 and M0 p. m.
degreet east forty-seven chains and flf'y link* to
Theo we greet trium phant kow,
_ „
WM B l'K T ls, superintendent a Slone corner to Richard Sexton’s; thence (T) o u r overcoat, o u r oversliuos, o u r o u tw a rd " H e Is dead. Jl<* is d e n d !" B u t tlio soul
W. 8. CHAPBT, Oen l Passenger A Freight Agent. north one degree oast three chain* any four linns apptuvl, tluit. w e m ay n o t \w inq^ahal in re tu r n e d , a n d W U Hani T en n e n t liv ed t«
B ail tho n-sum -ction Thou I
to a stone; <s> north clghtr-sia degrees west th e b rilliant, ro u n d o f th e d ra w in g room
w r ite o u t ex p e rien c es o f w hat he h a d seen
twenty chairs and flfty links to a pin oak; 0 north Well, m y friends, w h e n wo go o u t o f th is w h ile h is soul w a s g one. It m ay b e found
( IH E * 4 P E tU K A OHIO BOI'TR.
A N eglected Study.
sixty-nine degrees thirty wtuulca west two chain* w orld, w e a re g o in g t o n k in g ’s b an q u e t,
so m e tim e t h a t w h a t is caIIihI su<qN>ml«Hl
flfty link* k> a water oak; (lit) north sixty-four
T h irty odd y e a rs a g o Yale, th o co lle g e J
W e s t a n d M onth v i a W a s h in g to n . D, C. degrees west seven chains seventy-one link* io a n d to a re cep tio n o f m onarch*, nnd at th e a n im a tio n , o r oo n u d o sc state, is brief
k
n
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best,
w h ile i t h a d p lenty o f te a c h e rs
ihe plsce of beginning. Containing fifty-seven d o o r of th o to m b w o leave th o clo a k of flesh d e a th , g iv in g th e so u l a n ex c u rsio n Into
The F. 7 . V., a solid train of Pullman vestibule acres and twenty perch, more or less
o f theology, L o tin ,G rc c k nnd m a th e m a tic s
sleepers, dining ear and dally coaehea. New
Also one other trs ri of Ued, suuaie as afore­ am i tho w ra p p in g s w ith w hich »ve ;tuu>t tlu i h e n e x t w orld, fro m w ideh it cotiH * i w k a n d a fa ir su p p ly in physical science, had
York to Cinelanau and Louisville, via. Washing­ said, hatted and hounded as follows;
s to rm s of th e w orld. A t th e close o f u u r » - a fu rlo u g h o f a few h ours g ra n te d from
ton, without extra fare. I,are New York n j
beginning at a slake by tn ash bash in the edge e a rth ly re ception, u n d e r tits b ru s h nnd t h e conflict of life fo w h le h It m u st re tu rn . n<*t. o n e w hoso s p ec ia lty w as eco n o m ic s or
Pennsylvania Railroad, 5 r. m.; Trenton. 8 88 r. of ihe i 'ro**wick Creek coiner io the above tract
h is to ry o r ev e n a lan g u a g e |p w h ic h a n y
Philadelphia, 7.so p. a.; arrives Cincinnati, formerly Hamuei Euley's land; thenc- ii) along b ro o m of th e p o rte r, t h e coat o r h a t m ay
|) o not th is w a k in g up of m e n from
8 P. a. next day ; Louisville, 9 iB; 81, Louts, T.0T •aid Rmlcy's line mmih arventT-three degrees b e h a n d e d t o n s b e t t e r th a n w h e n w e re tr a n c e nnd th is w a k in g up o f g ra in s b u rie d p*odern c o n trib u tio n s t o econom ics o r h is ­
to ry hr.vo lx v n m ad e— not even t h e lan
next morning, giving dlreci connections to point* west twenty-one chains to a stone; (0) south artv- stgm«d it, a n d tlie clo a k o f h u m a n ity w ill
beyond. Cincinnati expreaa.dailv, except Sunday, slx degrees v w t twenty-four ehaius along said fin ally lw re t tin te d to u s im proved a n d 8.000 y m r* ago m a k e It easier f»«* y o u tc gunge o f A d a m H m ith, th ough o f c o u rse
believe tlia t y o u r body am i m ine, a f te r D m w e co u ld h av e s tu d ie d h im if w e h a d luul
leaves New York, « a. n ; Philadelphia. 10.WVA. KmIcy * line tn a white oak; (B) souih nine oegrec*
a .; Washington, 9 p . a .; arriving si Clncinuati at west twelve chain* along aaid Kmby** line to b rig h te n e d an d puriti««l a n d glorified. You Va c a tio n o f tlH* g ra v e, sh all rouse n o d rally
7.60 a . a. an.l St. Louis 6.8m p. n. next day.
.Samuel Rogers’ line; (41 along said Huger*’ line a n d 1 do not w a n t o u r Uxllos re tu rm a l to th o u g h then* lie H.(SMI year* b etw e en out t h e rh a n ee, a n d 1 lm -ntion th e la c k o f a
Flrtt-cls»» limited rates from Toms River to »ou:n seventeen decree* east sixteen *«« ,>nep ro fesso r of E n g lis h m erely a s th ro w in g
Cincinnati.gift; IxMimvtile, IS.00St. Louis, 901 an : hsif chains io a stake corner to WtilUm H Rmiey u s a* they an* tnlw . We w a n t to get rid of last lin iltli a n d th e s o u n d in g of th e arch lig h t on th e g e n e ra l s itu a tio n . H u t w e
San Francisco. *87.00. Through tickets and bag- sn.t Rogers’ land; (5) south thirty degrees h. . ; *11 th e ir w eaknesses, a n d a ll tlielrsiM cepti
•n g id lc revciile? p h y s io lo g is t* te ll u s th at, jtad n o chance t o s tu d y A dam 8 m i t h or
g s p checks a t all prltv tpal Pennsylvania R /R. ■Ion* h i i Kiuiej ■ one near twenty-ihree chain* b liitle s to fat igut>. a n d a ll th e ir slow ness of
cmces. For further Information, maps *ud time to a water o at mamting by Shingle knn: (6) down lucom otion. T h e y w ill h e p u t th ro u g h a w h ile th e nu s t o f o u r bodies arc b u i l t w ith a n y o th e r re a l econom ist.
eucli w o n d e rfu l w o n o m y th a t w e c a n sjuire
tables, write Frank McConnell, Passenger Agent the said creek the sever*; cour-r* thereof to the
E v e n M ill, th o u g h h e w a a t h e a c k n o w l­
•89 Broadway, N Y.
place of beginning containing by an es<muiion two ch e m istry o f m il n n d heat an d cold nnd n o th in g , am i tlw Ins* o f a fin g e r i< a e d g e d a u th o rity o n th e science u n t i l n.-arliu&dfed and lorty-nve acre* more or l**a Being AiangiiiK sw siiH i, o u t o{ w hich <«*i w ill AltMirami*. a *h| th e in ju ry o f a to e jo in t
ly a score o f y ears later, was clos«d t o us.
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now a s th o l»ndy «»f ttte p w iis t .m d i p u a r v n t h useli-^s oh v sicu l n n m trati. and H e w a s an ‘in fid e l.” as, th e scon*of years
la te r, u u , ; e ix v r, w hose “ £ tu d y o f t o
In EffrM © cl. 15. 1M04.
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STATIONS.
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" H ow | « r u r e a l l m In n t s e a * r * ."
B iology" th e t h e n p o <idcnt ru le d o u t o f
Trams.
Trains.
S o n sc h o la r whoso sp e c ia lty
•Wrapt* (vppjj
o . x y vist . '' No In- t h e oouise.
Leave
Arrive
( hamrry on f, re< io*are m .i smle of s«i<] »rrmiw< I S ru rro u a —M otsuirr: Intense tu-Slatxn<| sttnf. >rn* i m edvrae rr* o tret
ra re * ,*ttrT. rctrir*. W.A3 G reek, a n d la te r in te rn a :io n a i law.
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6.05 10.53
Mannahawkin
7.15 AH
ion at the
*Bd nirer*<r. boaomiog very sore. S w ivH rs xrr*( healing and curative powers are possessed econom ics fro m a co m p ilatio n t h a t 1 o ften
Jefen<lsots. and taken in execution
th« I m g :
A4« 11.13 Barnrgat City Junction i.«» 8.17
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DateJ
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B arret" ; City
6.15
. . . . 11.04
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— 11.81
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— 17.36 Nortu Bearn Haven
__ 1.55
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prtrate praettee and for over thirty rears hr rbe n om ics. h u t th ey nevert heless in c lu d e in va­
. . . . 11.83
Beach Haven
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IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY.
a
special care for the dlae
fr* o f p o p u la r o p in io n , a n d they n a tu ra lly
I. A. LEE, Gen. Manager.
To Bertha S. Shiver* and isaar S hlrsn
O N I.Y
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) 9 f a i a r r h . lE# w * a , OeU te the Erad .« } tn * wln<kiw
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Estate of Abtfan McKetvey, «ere*Be.t
; P*rt| defradaot because yon are the present
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ment, and to get it you must make the
stomach and bowels digest your food;
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Dr. D eane’s
Dyspepsia Pills.
are for. One after each meal, and the
most stubborn case of Dyspepsia (and
that is everything) will disappear White
wrappers if constipated, yellow if not.
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DR. J . A DEANE CO..
Kingaton, New York.
NATIVE PRINCES IN INDIA.
N e a rly Seven H u n d red o f T h em —Grrafc S tic­
k le r* F o r E ttq o e tte e n d Home V ery R ic h .
T h o se E a s t In d ia n p rin c e s w ith stra n g e ,
h ig h s o u n d in g title s w h o v is it th is c ity
fro m tim e to tim e a r e seld o m o r n ev e r
a m o n g th e re a lly im p o rta n t n a tiv e ru le r s
o f B r itis h In d ia . T h ere a ro n e a rly 700 n a ­
tiv e sta te s, a n d o f th e s e a b o u t 200 a r e o f
so m e Im portance, th o u g h t h e n u m b e r o f
th o s e t h a t c u t a n y c o n sid erab le fig u re i n
t h e p o litic s o f B ritis h I n d i a Is m u ch s m a l­
le r a n d o f those t h a t h a v e la rg e pow ers
s m a lle r s till. I t m ay h e re called how ,
w h e n C olonel N ew com e s u d d e n ly ap p eared
in a L o n d o n d ra w in g room w h e re a d u s k y
n a b o b w a s co m p lac en tly re ceiv in g th e h o m ­
a g e o f th e com p a n y , th e e a s te rn p rin ce ,
re c o g n iz in g a m a n w h o h a d s c a n t respect
fo r h is p re te n sio n s a t hom e, a t once d ro p ­
ped h is a irs a n d m ade a v ery h u m b le bow
to th o o ld soldier. I t is so w ith n a tiv e I n ­
d i a n p rin c e s of th e s m a lle r s o r t s till. T h ey
a r e n o t g re a tly re g ard e d a t hom e by th o
E n g lis h , th o u g h th o B ritis h g o v e rn m e n t
a c co rd s th e m a s o rt o f official respect. T h e
p rin c e s a re g re a t s tic k le rs fo r th is official
r e c o g n itio n a n d a re je a lo u s of a s in g le e x ­
t r a g u n accorded to ono o f th e ir o w n n u m ­
ber. S om e p rin ce s a r o tutlu te d b y t h e
B ritis h w ith i l gu n s, \»th(«*s w ith 13, o tto
era w ith 19, a n d th e n iz a m o f T iaidarabad,
w h o ru le s 11,500,000 p eople a n d h a s a n i n ­
co m e o f a b o u t $20,0.00,000, is, alo n g w ith
a fe w o th e rs honored w ith 21 g u n s. A
few o f th e p rin c e s h a v e o n e o r tw o e x t r a
g u n s a s a special perso n al d is tin c tio n . A ll
th e s e tilin g s m u s t h e k n o w n b y th e a rm y
a n d n a v y co m m an d e rs of t h e B ritis h a r ­
m y i n In d ia , a n d a neg le cted n a tiv e p rin c e
Is a v ery a n g ry m an .
T h o title s, w h ich s o u n d s o stran g e , a re
sim p le e n o u g h w hen tra n s la te d . R a ja h
m e a n s k in g a n d m a h a ra ja h g re a t k in g .
S om e o f th e m ore im p o rta n t princes h e a r
t h i s l a t t e r title . T h ere a r e p le n ty o f r a ­
ja h s w i t h little te rrito ry , less incom e a n d
n o pow er. N a w ah Is a n o th e r fo rm o f n a ­
bob, a u d th o w o rd m ea n s a d ep u ty go v ­
e rn o r.
U n d e r th e M ogul em p ire th e re
w e re viceroys a n d u n d e r th e m nabobs, o r
n a w a b s. T h e t itle w as so m etim e s conferred
w ith o u t te rr ito r y upon d is tin g u is h e d Mo­
h am m e d a n s . N iza m m ea n s re g u la to r, o r
g o v ern o r. T he t i tl e is h e re d ita ry in th e
fa m ily o f tlio n a tiv e ru le rs o f H u id arah ad .
T h e h is to ric t itle n izarn u l m u lk m ea n s
m e re ly re g u la to r o f th e s ta te . I t goes b a c k
t o 1713. M ah a ran e e is th e t i tl e o f a m a ­
h a r a j a h ’s w ife a n d ra n ee of a r a ja h ’s w ife.
B e g u m m ea n s la d y o r p rin ce ss a n d is th o
fe m in in e of th o t i tl e bey.
O no n a tiv e
s ta te o f I n d ia lias prospered fo r som e g e n ­
e r a tio n s u n d e r fem ale ru le rs . T ho nm harajH h • o f B arodft hears th e t i tl e o f g a lk w a r, v a rio u sly spelled, lite ra lly m e a n in g
co w h erd . T h ere a re b esides th e title s of
m aim rao , m o, m ir, m alm raw al a n d o th ers.
N o n e o th e r o f th e n a tiv e p rin ce s a p ­
p ro a c h e s i n w e a lth a n d p o w e r th e n lza m
o f H a id a ru b u d , th o u g h sev e ral of th e m
h av o Incom es of fro m $500,000 t o $8,000,000 a n d ru le fro m 2,000,000 to 8,500,000
people. S om e t h a t a r e ho n o re d w ith 11
g n u s h a v e on ly $15,000 o r $20,000 a y e a r
a n d r u le h u t a few th o u s a n d people. Tho
n u m b e r o f g u n s la n o t d ep e n d e n t u p o n a
p rin c e ’s incom e o r n u m b e r o f subjects.
T h o c o u r t of a n ativ e p rin c e is a placo o f
ta w d r y splendor, s w a rm in g w ith serv ­
a n ts . T ho p rim e m in is te r o f th e p rin ce
Is o fte n a m a n of m u ch p o litic a l a stu te n e ss
a n d c u rio u sly en ough so m etim e s of h ig h e r
c a s te th a n h is m aster, fo r a p rin c e is n o t
n e c e ssa rily a m a n o f very h ig h caste.
T h ere a ro som e c u rio u s offices in a n a tiv e
c o u rt. F o r Instance, w h e n th e m a h a ra ja h
o f T ra v a n c a r, a m a n o f e n o rm o u s incom e,
v is ite d B o m b a y som e y ea rs a g o h e b ro u g h t
w ith h im n o t o n ly ills p rim e m in is te r, fa ­
m o u s a s a d ip lo m a tis t, b u t a s w ell tw o
n a u tc h g irls, a n d th e se d an c ers w ero
th o u g h t so pre cio u s t h a t th e y w ero th o
p ro p e rty o f tlio sta te . T h e m a h a ra ja h took
a g re a t house in a fa sh io n a b le p a r t o f th o
c ity a n d u sed to give n a u tc h dances fo r
th o a m u s e m e n t o f h is E u ro p e a n a c q u a in t­
a n c e s,— N ew Y o rk S u n .
Dives.
I t 13 a p u z z lin g m a tte r t o fin d n o m e n ­
tio n I n th o B ible o f a w ell k n o w n B ible
c h a ra c te r. I t m ak e s o n e w o n d e r how such
a n a m e ca m e to h e so g e n e ra lly fa m iliar,
w ith n o b asis o f fnet. b e n e a th it. A K e n ­
's tu c k y re a d e r a s k s fo r In fo rm a tio n on such
a p o in t. H o says;
“ W ill y o u please o b lig e m o n n d p erhaps
m a n y m o re w ho havo boen m isin fo rm ed
In y o u n g e r d ays w h y th o n a m o ‘D ives' is
g iv en t o t h o ‘c e rta in r ic h m a n ’ In L u k e
xvl, 10-31? H is n a m e is n o t g iv en in th e
B ible. I hav o boon so m e w h a t stirre d u p
j a b o u t th is nam e, fo r s o m a n y m in iste rs
1 c a ll h im ‘D ives.’ W here d o th e y g e t th e ir
| kno w led g e ?”
“ D iv es” Is n o t a p ro p e r n o u n . I t is
' sim p ly th o L a tin w ord fo r “ r ic h ,” nnd in
i th o t e x t o f th o V u lg ate , o r Irf»tin B ible,
i t a p p e a rs w h e re th e m a n ’s n a m e m ig h t
hav o licen. I t is h a r d ly t o lie w ondered a t
t h a t th o s e w h o w e re te llin g th e story
w a n te d t o d e s ig n a te t h e tw o jie rs o n s hy
p erso n al nam es. Indeed It h a s been s u g ­
gested t h a t th e te rm “ L a z a r u s ” also w as
In te n d e d r a th e r ns a d ese rip tio n th a n a s a
p erso n al nam e. “ L az n ru a” w as a co m ­
m o n a b b re v ia tio n o f “ E l-oxcr," m e a n in g
“ G od helps. ” T h e p arab le re p re s e n ts tw o
m en —o n e w h o fe lt th a t ho could help him re lf a n d th o o th e r w h o h ad to depend on
G od t o h elp h im . I t w o u ld b e q u ite n u t
u ra l, therefore, to p ersonify th e s e tw o c h a r­
acter* a f te r th e m a n n e r o f B u n y a n 's “ P il ­
g rim ’g P rogress. ” as, say, M r. H e lp H im ­
self n n d M r. L eft t o G od to H e lp . A s early
as C h a u c e r th e tw o n a m e s a p p e a r over
a g a in s t e a ch o ilie r in E n g lis h as L az ar
a n d D ives, ” a n d “ D ives” w a s a fa m ilia r
c h a ra c te r in th e o ld “ m y s te ry ” plays. | P h ila d e lp h ia S u n d a y School Tim es.
A WILLIAM MORRIS COURTSHIP.
H ow G olds* W a lter M et a F air L ady nnd
th e T alk T ha* F ollow ed.
“ T h o W orld B ey o n d th o W o o d ,” W il­
lia m M o rris’ l a t e s t c o n trib u tio n t o lite ra ­
tu re , c o n ta in s a m o n g o th e r s to r ie s one
a b o u t a c e rta in G o ld e n W alter, w h o th ric e
sa w a m y s te rio u s lady, u n u tte ra b ly b e a u ­
tifu l, a n d a t l a s t m a d e h e r a c q u a in ta n c e .
T h o episode Is d e sc rib ed In th e fo llo w in g
c u r io u s la n g u a g e :
“ A f te r ho h a d g o n e aw h ile a n d w h e n an
th e s u m m e r m o rn w a s a t Its b r i g h t e s t he
s a w a little w ay a h e a d a gray ro c k ris in g
u p fro m a m id s t o f a rin g of o a k tre e s , so
bo tu rn e d t h i th e r stra ig h tw a y , fo r i n th is
1 p la in la n d h e h a d see n no rocks h ereto fo re ,
1a n d a s he w e n t h e saw th a t t h e r e w a s a
fo u n ta in g u s h in g o u t from u n d e r t h e rock
w h ich ra n th cu o o in a fa ir l i tt l e s tre a m .
A n d w h e n ho h a d th e rock a n d th o fo u n ­
t a i n a n d th o s tre a m cle ar before h i m , lo, a
ch ild o f A d a m s i t t i n g beside th e f o u n ta in
u n d e r th e sh a d o w o f th e rock. H e d re w a
l i tt l e h ig h e r a n d t h e n he saw t h a t i t w a s a
w o m an cla d in g re e n lik e th e s w a rd w h e re­
o n sh e lay . S h e w a s p lay in g w i t h th e
w e llin g o u t o f t h e w ater, a n d s h e had
tru s s e d u p h e r sleev es to th e s h o u ld e r t h a t
sh e m ig h t t h r u s t h e r bare a r m s th e re in .
H e r shoes of b la c k le a th e r lay o n t h e g ra ss
b esid e her, a n d h e r fe e t a n d legs y e t sh o n e
w ith th e b rook. B e lik e am id st t h e s p la s h ­
in g a n d c la tte r o f t h e w ater, s h e d i d n o t
h e a r h im d r a w in g n igh, so t h a t h e w as
close t o h e r b e fo re sh e lifted u p h e r face
a n d sa w h im , a n d h e beheld h e r t h a t I t
w a s th e m a id e n o f th e th rice see n p a g e a n t.
S h e re d d en ed w h e n sh e saw h im a n d h as­
t i ly covered u p h e r leg s w ith h e r g o w n s k i r t
a n d d re w d o w n t h e sleeves over h e r a rm s ,
b u t o th erw ise s t ir r e d not. A s fo r h im , h e
sto o d s till, s t r i v i n g t o speak t o h e r, b u t
n o w o rd m ig h t h e b r i n g out, a n d h is h e a rt
b e a t sorely. B u t t h e m aiden s p a k e t o h im
in a clear, sw e et voice, w herein w a s now
n o tro u b le : T h o u a r t an alien, a r t th o u
n o t, fo r I h a v e n o t see thee before? Yea,
h e said , I a m a n a lie n . W ilt t h o u b e good
>.<» u*o? S h e said, A n d w hy not?*'
T h e n W a lte r to ld ab o u t h is a d v e n tu re s
o n d iv e rs in te r e s tin g occasions, a f t e r w h ich
th e y o u n g w om an s a id :
“ S om e th o u g h t h a t h token h o ld o f m e,
a n d I k n o w i t n o t. M ay happen i n a l ittle
w h ile I sh a ll k n o w w h a t tro u b le s me.
N o w I bid th e e d e p a rt from m e a little ,
a n d I w ill a b id e h ero, an d w hen th o u com i ost l>uc‘k n n-jl) e lfb e r bo { h u t 1 Ju n o
fo u n d i t o u t o r n o t, a n d in e ith e r case I
w ill te ll th ee . S h e sp o k e ea rn e s tly t o h im ,
h u t ho said, H o w l o n g sh all I a b id e ft way?
H e r fa ce w a s tro u b le d as she a n s w e re d
h im , F o r n o lo n g w h ile . H e sm ile d o n her
a n d tu rn e d a w a y a n d w e n t a sp ac e t o th e
o th e r sid e o f th e o a k trees, w hence s h e w as
s till w ith in ey e sh o t. T here h e a b o d e u n ­
t i l th e tim e see m e d lo n g to h im , h u t ho
schooled h im se lf a u d forlxiro, fo r h e said,
L e s t s h e send m e aw ay ag ain . S o he
a b id e d u n t i l a g a in t h e tim e see m e d lo n g
to h im , a n d s h e c a lle d not to h im , b u t
once a g a in ho fo rb o re t o go. T h e n a t last
lie arose, a n d h is h e a r t beat, a n d h e t r e m ­
bled, a n d h e w a lk e d back ag a in speedily,
a n d c a m e t o t h e m aid en , w ho w a s s t il l
s ta n d in g hy th e ro c k o f th e s p rin g , h e r
a r m s h a n g in g d o w n , her eyes d o w n c a s t.
S h e looked u p a t h im os h e drew n ig h , a n d
h e r fa ce ch a n g e d w i t h co g irn e ss n s she
s a id : I a m g la d t h o u a r t co m e b ac k ,
th o u g h I t ho n o l o n g w h ile sin c e t h y d e­
p a r tu r e (sootli t o say i t was scarce h a l f a n
h o u r i n nil). N e v erth ele ss I h a v e been
th i n k in g m a n y t h in g s , and th e re o f I w ill
now to ll th ee . H o s a id : M aiden, th o ro is
a r iv e r b e tw ix t u s, th o u g h i t lie n o b ig
ono. S h a ll I n o t s trid e over an d c o m e to
thee, t h a t w o m a y s i t dow n t o g e th e r sid e
b y sid e on th e g re e n g rass? Nay, s h e said,
n o t y et. T a r ry a w h ile ti ll I hirvo to ld th e e
o f m a tte rs . I m u s t now tell th e e o f m y
th o u g h ts In o rd e r. H e r color w e n t nn d
ca m e now , a n d s h e p la ite d tlio fo ld s o f her
go w n w ith re stle ss fingers. A t last s h e s a i d :
N ow , th o firs t t h i n g is this, t h a t th o u g h
th o u h a s seen m o firs t only w ith in th is
h o u r, th o u h a s t r a t th in e h e a rt u p o n m e to
h av e m o fo r th y speech friend a n d th y
d a r lin g . A n d i f t h i s be n o t so th e n Is a il
m y speech, yea, a n d a l l m y hope, c o m e to
a n e n d a to n c o . O h , yea, said W a lte r, even
so i t is, h u t h o w t h o u h a s t fo u n d t h i s o u t
I w o t n o t, sin c e n o w fo r tho firs t tim e I
say i t t h a t th o u a r t Indeed m y lo v e, a n d
to y d ea r, n n d m y d a r lin g . H ush, s h e said ,
h u s h , le s t th o w o o d have cars, a n d th y
speech is loud. A b id e , and I s h a ll toil
th e e h o w I k n o w It. W hether t h is , th y
lovo, s h a ll l a s t I w o t n o t nor d o s t th o u .
B u t s u r e is m y h o p e t h a t i t m ay h e so, for
I also, th o u g h I t b e scarce a n h o u r si nee
I s e t eyes on th ee , h a v e c a st m in e ey e s on
th e e to h av e th e o fo r m y love, a u d m y
d a r lin g , a n d m y sp ee ch friend. A n d t h i s
is h o w I w o t t h a t th o u lovest m e , m y
f r ie n d .”
O not >e deceived.
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This bran<id of W hite Lead
is still made by the “ Old Dutch”
process of slow :orrosion. I t is a
standard brand
Strictly Pure
W hite L ead
The recommendation of
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to you by youi merchant is an
evidence of his reliability, as he can
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and bogus White Lead and make a
larger profit. Many short-sighted
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