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B aking - New Jersey Courier
J00RI1L DEVOTED TO THE LOCAL INTERESTS OF THE SHORE CODRTIES H D THE DEVELOPMEET OF THB RESOURCES OF EAST AID SOUTH JERSEY.
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E S T A B L IS H E D
-B U SIN E SS
TOMS RIVER, NEW JERSEY, THURSDAY. AFTERNOON, JANUARY 22, 1891.
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JOHN H. WELSH,
IMPORTER OF
L B E R X O . M A R T IN .
a
fin e Watches
and Jewelry
A tto rn ey and
S o l ic it o r in
C hancery.
OFFICE OVER THE BANK,
Tom s R iv e r, N . J.
WATCHES.
HOLMES BIRDSALL,
J
M y Fine Watches, both stem and key
winding, warranted to run within two
minutes a year. Silver Hunting
Am erican W atches, stem winding,
from $15.00 to $20.00. A lso, sole
agent for Greenwich street o f the
A t t o r n e y a t L aw ,
M aster a n d E x a m in e r n r C h a n c e r y
N o t a r y P u b l ic .
OFFICE ON MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE
THE OCEAN HOUSE, TOMS RIVER, N . J.
and
A lso, Pin and R in g ; patent granted
August 26th, 1879. Also, a great
variety o f different kinds o f Jewelry
o f the Best Quality. W ould call at­
tention also to a ch oice assortment o f
C ounselor a t L a w a n d
M a s t e r in C h a n c e r y ,
O f f ic e on M a in
S treet,
Tom s R iv er, N. J.
R. LEON
D
DIAMONDS,
Especially selected for my retail trade.
Also have on hand a fine assortment
o f Sterling Spoons and Forks: Also,
keep constantly on hand Rogers’
Treble Plate Spoons and Forks.
Wedding Rings constantantly on
hand; also, made to order in three
hour. time. My
GOBLE,
D E N T IST ,
OFFICE AT UNION HOUSE, MAIN STREET,
TOMS RIVER, N. J.
Office Days—Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Graduate ef Penn. Dental College.
WATCH REPAIRING
1AM U EL
0
. B A IL E Y ,
Is under my own personal super­
vision, as it has been for thirty years.
I would respectfully state that I
am the only dealer in Greenwich
street who keeps no plated jewelry,
and have no connection with any
'oojjsr except osy o'.yji. s i
Dealer In
FRESH, SALT AND SMOKED MEATS,
BUTTER, LARD, MINCEMEAT, ETC., ETO.
AT IAYINQ PRIORS.
Corner Main and Washington streets,
Toms River, N. J.
271 GREENWICH STREET,
ip D W A R D W. SN YD E R ,
I
(Near Murray,) NEW YORK,
F A S H IO N A B L E T A IL O R ,
JOHN H. WELSH.
|COWPERTHWAT EXCHANGE, MAIN STREET.,
TOMS RIVER, N. 3.
H :7~0drments cut and made to order In tho best
gniamier at short notice.
| | J O W A R D D. Y A N S A N T ,
NICHOLS FIR BALSAM AND
ARNICA PLASTERS.
“ O h! papa, I'm so
I
glad you g o t one of
iL, Nichols Fir Balsam and
Arnica Plasters, fo r I
GENERAL
R eal
E state
AND
kuow it will do you so
much good. I will pnt
It on your back. I wish
everybody suffurlngfrom
lame back or Bjde an
cold* on the chest would
these pluMers. They ar«. i nly 1
In su r a n c e O f f ic e ,
Island H eigh ts, N . J .
OUIS P . B O D IN E ,
f
try on# o
cents each.
C i v i l E n g in e e r a n d S u r v e y o r ,
R e a l E s t a t e a n d I n su r a n c e A g e n t ,
N. J.
I s l a n d H e ig h t s ,
Maka in drst-claascoinpaulea at Low rates.
J J L Y S S E S S. G R A N T ,
T o n s o r ia l A r t i s t ,
!
M C H O L S O R IE N T A L B A LM .
The best family medicine in the world for
Cough, Colds, Cramps, Diarrhoea, Heart and
Kidney trouble, Nervousness, etc.
Make
your own cough syrup, take one cop of mol­
l i e s stir in 2 teaspoonful o f Nichols Orien­
tal Balm. It will enre when all others fall.
Sold by dealers Id medicine.
WATER 8TBEET, T0M8 RIVER, N . 3.
ap,Kju every day (except Sunday) from 7:30 a. i
to a p. m .; Saturdays, from 7 a. in. to 1* r
midnight.
f^ y iL L I A M
I
Are you insured
i
I f not go to
SHINN & HOLMAN,
H. W O O D ,
M A IN
S u rveyor an d C i v i l E n g in e e r ,
S T R E E T ,
CEDAP. CREEK, OCEAN CO-
T O M S R IV E R , N .J.,
NEW JERSEY.
A n d g et their rates.
THEY PAY LOSSES PROMPTLY
I J O IIN Y E L L I S ,
C orrespondence solicited.
K lP t l T
BLACKSMITH AND WHEELWRIGHT.
HEPAIIUNG OF ALL KINDS
IN WORKMANLIKE MANNER.
HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY
Burnegat Park. N. J.
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N. D. K E N D A LL .
M. A. P A T T E R S O N ,
C o w p o r t t iw a lt ’ s E x c h a n g e ,
PRACTICAL
TOMS RIVER. S . 1.
School Books,
H AR NESS M AKER,
Paneils, Pons k Pen Holders,
s Water street,
T om s R iv er, N . J.
Note Paper and Envelopes.
Lew Blanks,
OHN Y . M A T H E W S ,
New York 6 Phila. Daily Papers,
woARDiNa, S i l k a n d E x c h a n g e S t a b l e s
Lsteet Seatide Library,
HORSES TAKEN AT LIVKRT.
larouche, Straw-ride and ail kinds o f rigs ready
at »** times.
pffice: J. v , Matthews’ Blacksmith and Wheelright shop, Toms River, N. 3.
S o ..
Sc., Sc.
Subscription received ior paper,
and magazines at publishers rates.
I p i U N K L I N H A R R IS.
A. A. BRUNT,
HA8 ON HAND A T.ABGE AND
| * KLL ASSORTED STOCK OP
---- PSALM IN A„L-----
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS, FLOUR, PEED, AC.
^*ar the Raili&dd, T o n is R iv e r , N j
Kinds of Lumber
And Builders’ Hardware, Nails,
Ready-Mixed
Paints, Glass,
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings,
Brick, Shingles, Lath, Lime,
ment, Mapes’ Manures.
" 'H A S . T. H U D S O N ,
BARBER.
E s t a b l is h e d
1877.
O ppo site t h e O c ean H o u s e .
am-i-L^'Hstactlon is generally given to
cov
vemeni. Ladies Sftontpoelug a speciality, dons
by Mrs. Hudson,
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COAL
WOOD
TOM’S RIVER, N. J.
j
h
W . G. CONRAD,
. m urphy,
S h r e e v e ’s B u il d in g ,
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AND
CHEAT FOE CASH,
A w OFFICES.
Ed w ard
* E ast S t a t e S t r e e t ,
M A L E ! IK ALL KINM OF
T renton.
T UMBF.R, COAL AND WOOD, H A RD
^
B O M A S C. C U R T I S ,
r
ware, Lock*,
Hinge*, Screws, Nails,
Glass, etc., Doors, Sash, Blinds and
Mouldings, Shingles,
A ttorney a n d
Lath, Lime,
ment, Brick, etc., etc.
J Solicitor m
It
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M u t e r in C hnneery
• See t a l Y a ri
Lowest prices
Bay Street,
B a rn e ta t N . J .
PO*l»T FISAS AWT. w. .
U«a
O N T IRONS.
A f I- k i n d s
o f c a r t in g
AT
r
r e a s o n a b l e
^ Trank, carried
for
My wealth ia m o'tea of full many au oro,
Dug from the sacred caverns o f the past;
Stored where the present's quiet light Is cast;
Filed lu the Promise-laud that lies before,
All blent together, all of priceless w< rtn,
All hid Just where the aiubow touches earth.
And Memory, Faith at d Hojie Its guardians
As bolding Love’ s stro ig band I make my way,
Knowing I near a Uttle every day
The one sure goal where, passing o’er the bar,
I find, in all the glow of second birth,
My treasure, where tho rainbow touches earth.
—Waverly Magazine.
P A T E N T IN LAID B R A C E L E T S .
W. C A R M IC H A E L ,
|1
TREA SU R E .
The flowers I planted in the flush of aprlug
Have budded, bloomed aud withered long ago;
The g n ln m y lavish lingers used to throw,
Long since w as reaped for others’ garnering.
Yet I am rioh am id my nature's dearth;
My gold is w here the ralubow tm clios earth.
r a t e s
.
(ie ) c o n e eac
W M . H. FOUST & SON.
M AR BLE C U T T E R S
THE WORLD OF SCIENCE.
A SHORT CHAPTER ON THE
DOINGS
OF BRIGHT PEOPLE.
W onderful E ngineering Skill Displayed la
B u ildin g a Steep Mne-MUe K ailw ay to
Ascend the A p p a ren tly V e rtica l Cliff* of
FJlcn’* P e s k » £ I e c tr lc a l Illum ination.
INCE T H E 0 R gunlzing o f the
M a n 11 o u and
Pike’s Peak Rail­
way Company in
the fall o f 1889 for
the oonstruotion
of a railw ay nine
miles long, from
Manitou to tho
Old Signal Sta­
tion on P ike’s Peak, nearly 1,000 men
have been constantly em ployed.
The
road is built on the Abt system , and, as
regards grades surmounted, la perhaps
the steepest and m ost im portant Abt
line in the w orld. The exact length Is
46,158 feet, o r v ery nearly %% m iles. The
altitude o f its station at Manitou is
6,600fe e t; at tho summit it is 14,200feet
above sea level, the total ascent being
7,609 feet, or an average o f 846 feet per
milo. Tho maximum grade is 25 per cent,
over 22 per cent, of the line having a
grade of from 22% to 25 per cent. Tho
line is tolerably crooked, even for an
adhesion road, and has many sharp
curves. Of straight line th ere is 28,378
feet, and o f curved 18,477 foot, about 39
per cent, o f the line being on curves.
The sharpest curves are 16 degrees, o f
which there are many. The roadbed
foundations are firmly secured, and
further protected and sustained by wide
embankments where ?r
practicable.
There are four iron bridges, tw o ol
twenty feet and tw o o f thirty feet span,
resting on m asonry abutments.
At intervals of 200 to GOOor 1,000 feet,
depending on the grades, anchorages are
made by straps fastened to th e ties and
carried up grade to eyebolts set in solid
blocks o f m asonry. As the w hole track
is tied together, not only by th o spiking,
but by tho extra fastenings o f the rack
rail, It Is thought that these anchorages
will bo am ply sufficient to guard against
tho m ovem ent o f any part down grade.
The rack rails consist of tw o rack bars
sot side by aide in ehtiirs. Esch section
Is eighty inches long and the chairs are
forty inches apart on each second tie,
the rack bars breaking jo in t according
to the usual A bt practice.
Three locom otives on the Abt system
each w eighing twenty-five tons, have
been built fo r tho lino. T ho oub and
boiler are m uoh like those o f any other
steam engine, but the Intricate machin­
ery underneath Is w holly unlike that of
an ordinary locom otive.
The wheels
bearing on the rails are m erely bearing
wheels, not drivers, the plant differing
In this respect from som e other Abt
engines which w ork either b y adhesion
or rack Indifferently. The P ike’s Peak
line being all on rack grades, this double
provision becam e superfluous. The
engine is propelled by three sets o f gear­
ing directly over the center o f the track.
On these are six pinions w ith steel teeth,
which fit in to the tw o rack rails running
along tho center o f tho truck. Tho pro*
polling p ow er is
applied directly to
a drum above tho
two rear pinions.
The front pinions
are moved b y a
connecting rod run­
ning from the Becond one. The brake
apparatus Is especially powerful. On
either side of the pinions Is a corrugated
surlace w hich a steam brako presses
against w ith tremendous force.
The
engine is a lso fitted with hand brakes
and Le Chatelier water brake, by which
the cylinders act as brakes, which Is so
effectively and largely used on mountain
grades. Ono engine will push two care
weighing 42,000 pounds loaded. The
average speed will be five miles an hour.
The curs are not tilted, but the seats
are so arranged as to give the passenger
a level footing. The engine. Instead of
drawing, pushes the cars. The cars can
also bo let down hill independently of
the engine. If nocemary.
From Its Manitou station, the line
runs up apparently vertical cliffs
through Engleman Canon until small but
beautiful
grass-covered
parks are
reached. About 1% m iles from Manitou,
at Artist Gleu, magnificent views nre
obtained o f the surrounding country,
including th e Garden o f the Gods, and
the vast plains stretching east.
Sharp
grades are first encountered on the
second mile from Manitou station. All
work above tim ber lino for 2% miles is
largely In embankment to avoid diffi­
culty from snow. Below tho timber line
It is largely in excavation, as ow ing to
the steepness o f tho mountain aides it
was difficult to build embankments—
Engineering News.
B eautiful Klectrical lilu tn in a tG n .
A branch o f electric lighting to which
attention is being just now directed is
the possibilities which arc opening out
In the way o f the artistic and decorative
use o f small lamps. Fancy designs are
m anufactured in wh.ch the lamps are
Arranged in the form of letters, spelling
words or names, or in the form o f stars,
&c. W ith suitable sw itches the various
parts o f these designs can b e lighted or
t b i n m o f Music.
turned off at will. The effect is Immense­
Lew H utchinson used t o be one of ly Increased by the lamps being made,
Barnum's partners. Lew w as a Chicago where necessary, of different colors red.
ty po. I k n ew him when he held cases blue, violet, green, and amber, and It
on a m orning newspaper here. He would will be readily understood that ths com ­
w ork aii w in ter and go on the road in binations that can be w orked out are
th e spring, tum m er and fall. He was infinite. An admirable adaption o f these
on the d oor o f the ehow or ahead o f It, new design* w as seen recently at the re­
and was one o f the best advance men in ception o f G ov. Hill and others by the
th e business. In the w inter he was al­ Thom as Jefferson Association In Brook­
w ays at his case, and & m ighty good lyn. when the front o f th e new club
printer he was. But if he ev er heard a house was brilliantly lllumiaated with
band playing on the street- he would p u t ' •tars and lines o f many colored light,
on a "sub” rig h t away, for ho couldn't affording th e finest piece o f electrical
stand it to w ork when there was music. illumination ever witnessed.
He said it a lw a ys reminded him o f the
rastenr Is small, pale and limps when
tent and th e o d o r of sawdust. There is
no busbies* w hich takes such a strong he walks.
hold on a m an as the circus business.—
F . C. Barnard gets 115,000 a year fo*
Chicago Tribune.
editing L ondon Punch.
H B C O M E T H NOT.
Heoometh noli Oh, bury day I
The leaden-footed minutes stay
Thrice sixty eeoonde; and u >ttm»
The sun shines only sombre beams.
Their golden sheen all changed to gray.
OL, nephyrs, have ye naught to say,
No message wafted from away.
But this refrain that haunts my dream* i
He oometh not I
The river singing the same lay.
Winds seaward murmuring atway
Of blighted hopes and broken schem es;
Across the waste no beacon gleams;
With tight of love to guide my way.
He oometh not I
A PAIR OF NIECES.
" Y o u oan’t expect me t o support you
In Idleness any lon ger,”
said Mrs.
Ubsdell, a tall, stout w om an with level
black brow s, very red llpn, and a loud
voice.
The woman’s tw o young nieces sat by
tho window, shrinking b ack a s if every
w ord had been a blow. T h e y had been
w ith their aunt a m onth—Just long
enough for the grass to bocom e greoa on
th eir father’s grave and th e crape trim­
m ings on their ’ frocks to g row a little
crum pled and rusty.
" And now," went on the p o r tly dame,
“ It is time for you to d o som ething for
yourselves. I ’m not rich y o u know.” m
“ But we don't know w hat t o do, Aunt
M atilda," said Kate.
“ We are willing to w ork If anyone
w ould show
us h ow ,” murmured
Ginevra.
"G en era l Livingston w a n ts a gover­
ness fo r his granddaughters, six and
seven years old. Music, French and
Latin required. You shall take that
position, Ginevra," said b er aunt.
The taller of the girls changed oolor.
" I don’t know much a b o u t music,”
said she. " Papa taught m s L atin ; hut
I m.quite Ignorant o f French. ”
" Say you know it." said M rs. Ubsdell,
sharply. "A n d do the b e s t you oan.
General Livingston Is a t hom e very
little. Twenty to one he’ll never find It
out. A t all events, I’ve told M iss Jenks,
the housekeeper, that y ou w ill be there
to-m orrow at nine o’clook t o take the
situation."
" B u t Aunt Matilda, w ou ld n ’t that be
acting a lie?" faltered the girl.
" A He, Indeed I" alm ost scream ed Mrs.
Ubsdell, her eyes ablaze w ith anger.
“ How dare you use that w ord to mo,
G inevra Hall? As fo r you, K ate, you are
t o go as companion to M iss Ramona
Ray. She’s deaf as a post, and you've
g ot a good clear voice t o rea d aloud to
her. She’s bad-tempered and exacting;
but it’s the business of you y oung people
to give way to your elders—and any way
y ou have you r living to e a r n ."
The girls looked aghast at each other
when Mrs. Ubsdell left th e room .
“ What shall we do?" asked Kate.
"O b e y , I suppose," sigh ed Ginevra,
" I t is very evident that we are unwel­
com e here. Aunt Ubsdell grudges every
b it of bread wo eat. Oh, Kate, Kate, If
wo could only have died and been burled
with p a p a !"
" W e must do the best w e ca n ," M id
K ite, w ho was dark, w ith so ft, velvety
eyes, and skin as fair and fins grained
as a Bermuda lily. " P erh a ps thlB Miss
R ay is not so bad as w o thin k. I shall
try to be patient."
" A n d I am to enter th e fam ily of an
a ristocrat under false pretenses I " cried
Ginevra.
" I hope 1 shall earn my
sa la ry.”
Ginevra was as unlike as possible t o
her dark-haired sister—a r o s y , dimpled,
childish girl, who scarcely looked her
seventeen years.
Kate looked at her with tender regret.
" T h e idea o f your being a governess?"
exclaim ed she.
“ Or o f your turning la d y ’s compan­
ion !" restorted Genevra. " B u t I do be­
lieve, Kate, we would g o as gypsy for­
tune-tellers, o r take situations as scul­
lery-m aids, t o get out from under Aunt
M atilda's eye."
M iss Ramona Ray w as rather deaf—
there could be no doubt o f that. But
Kute Hall bad a clear, d la tin ct enuncia­
tion, and found little trou b le in making
her hear.
And really, her temper w as not so very
bad, after all.
It was necessary to be v e ry particular
In the care o f her parrot and tha daily
1a lb o f her poodle dog, th e watering o f
her plants, and the prepration of the
rose-cream s and the lily lotion* that the
used for her venerable com plexion.
But she conceived a d ecid ed fancy for
ber now com panion; took her out In the
carriage for a daily drive, and told her
the w hole story of the M exican officer
who had once been engaged t o her, and
w ho went away to Cb a pu l! epee o r som e
o f those four-syllabled p la ces, and mar­
ried a Spanish senora ev en while M iss
Ram ona's wedding cake w m being
baked.
When MJs3 Ramona told tb )s story to
any one, it was a sign o f a very high
favor indeed.
M iss Ramona had only on e relative in
the w orld—a nephew—and he was s^naval
officer. And, as it happened, he oame
home on a visit when K ate Hall bad been
a week with his aunt, bursting Into
the room at twilight, lik e a cheerful
tornado.
" W e ll. Aunt Mona,” said he. "H e r e I
am. G ot your letter at N orfolk. W hat
sort o f a companion have y o u got now ?
Regular old maid, eh? o r a widow In
dyed bombazine and eyeglasses?"
" H u s h , Geoffrey,” said Mis* Ray.
" K a t e , my dear, bring candles. T his
young lady is my com panion at present.
Miss Hall, allow me t o present m y
nephew, Lieutenant R ossm ore."
" Y o u see,” said K ate, l a u g h in g ," !
am neither an old maid n or a widow."
" I ’m sure I beg ten thousand par­
dons !" said the lieutenant, blushing
mahogany color
Meanwhile Ginevra had gone to her
situation at Livingston L arches, where
tw o bloom ing little maidens w ere sitting,
up in the school-room, w ith clean elates
aud spotlessly new school-books, wait­
ing fo r their governess.
M iss Jenka wee on h*nd t o Introduce
the stranger to her new dom ains.
" Y o u ’re rather young m iss," said she.
" and insigniflcant-lookiog for the piece.
MrR. Ubsdell told me—"
" I shah d o ray b est,” sa id GJnevra,
with gentle dignity: " a n d I do bo%
doubt that I shall succeed very w ell."
But Eva and Ella w ere born rebels.
T hey bad conquered governess a fter
governess, and driven her off defeated.
They liked the excitem en t o f it, s a d
did not like to stu d y ; s a d the natural
sequence was that in less than an h oa r
Ginevra Hail was in team .
Eva had Imitated her French accet
w ith s c o rn ; Ella bad miachlevoual
rubbed out the figures o n the elate •
often as Mlsa Hall m ade them. An
when the hour o f noon recreation cam e,
and th e little m utineers rushed ea t t o
play on the lawn, poor G inevra hid
self among the palms li
to wedp without stint.
TOMBSTONES 5 CEMETERY
INCLOSURES.
(,I f a n y th in g the m a t te r? ” s a id a
YOloe.
" O h , I begjrour pardon." M id Ginevra.
reddening to the very root* o f her hair.
** I didn't m ean to be In the way, If you
a r e the gardener, I just b rok e off this one
jlt t le w hite orange blossom , I may keep
" Y o n m ay keep lt -ce rta ln ly ," said a
ta ll, fine looking man, w h o w m trim ­
m in g the superfluous branches from a
m sgnlfloent, w hite-blossom ed daphne,
" I thought, perhaps, y ou had pricked
y o u r fingers o n the great Colorado cactus
a n d hurt yourself. You seemed to be
ory ln g .”
" I t w asn’t the w o t u s." fluttered
O inevrs. " I t was the ohlldren."
" The ch ild ren?"
“ They w on ’t mind," explained Ginev­
r a ; * th ey only laugh at m e, and I don ’t
know w hat to do."
T he stranger opened th e side d oor,
w hich, garlanded over w ith psesion
flow ers, looked on the law n, and exiled
o u t. In stern. Imperative ton es,—
** Children 1"
Eva dropped her croquet mallet, Ella
le ft off m unching strawberries. B oth
obeyed th e newcomer a t on ce.
“ Have you beendlBobeylng this young
lady’ ? ” questioned G inevra's champion.
“ N-no,” faltered Ella.
“ We didn’t
disobey her, we only didn’t do ns she
to ld us.”
“ Very w e ll,” said he. "H ereafter you
w ill be a g ood little class, o r there shall
b e no m ore boating on the river for you,
o r rides o n the cream -colored pon ies;
and nothing but bread and water for din­
ner. Do y ou understand?"
" Yes, s ir ," murmured Ella, meekly.
" Yes, grandpapa,” said Eva, obedi­
ently.
Ginevra looked up In surprise.
" Y o u are not General Livingston?"
said she.
" How d o you know that I am n ot?"
" I —I thought you w ere the gar­
dener."
" I do garden som etim es; but the gar­
dener Js a snuffy old Scotchm an, In a w ig
and a pepper-and-salt su it.”
" But—G eneral L ivingston ia an old
gentlem an, isn't he?"
“ Five and forty—If you oall that old.
I see how it Is,” said th e m aster o f the
house, laughingly. “ You are misled b y
those little sprites callin g me g reod y*pa. m ? ia’- * wire w as a wmow, con ­
siderable old er than m y sslf. Eva and
Ella are her grandchildren, not mine.
T his may explain some o f the Inconsis­
tencies that puzzle you, M ias Hall. And
now , if y ou will resume the charge o f
th e young Turks, I think I can guaran­
tee that th e y shall make you no m ore
trouble.”
He w as right. Eva vras doolie as auy
k itten ; E lla sweeter than an angel. E vi­
dently som e mlraole had been wrought.
“ You s e e ," said Eva, "w hen grand­
papa says a thing, he m eans It.”
" A n d w e are so afraid h e'll send us to
boarding school 1" whispered Ella.
General Livingston cam e in toward
evening t o see that the ohlldren kept
faith, and then Ginevra m ade her oonfes-.
sion to him.
" I have deceived you, sir,” said she.
" I don’t know French a t a ll; but my
aunt told me I must n o t let you know
It.”
And then she told him the sim ple
story of he? bereavement and dopes
dence.
“ And If French Is essential," she
added, " I must go back t o aunt Matilda.
But I couldn't keep on deceiving you,
when you bad been so kind to me.
General Llvlngton sm iled.
“ You are a good little g irl," said he,
“ and w e must try t o dispense with
French for the present."
After this, Gloerva found very little
trouble. The children, wild and w ay­
ward though they had been at first,
became attaobed to her, and were quick
to learn. At the end o f six months Mrs.
Ubsdell cam e to Livingston Larches,
“ G lnerva," said she, ” y ou must strike
for higher salary. E v ery one else Is
doing it ."
“ Oh, Aunt M atilda," orled the girl,
" I can’t.
The term s are too liberal
already. I feel that I am not earning
the m oney I receive."
Mrs. Ubsdell, how ever, insisted.
“ I w ill g o to General L ivingston m y­
s e lf," said she. " T h e s e aristocrats
ca n 't ex p ect to grind ev ery one dow n
Into the earth.”
Poor O iaerva burst Into te a rs; bu t
Mrs. Ubadell w m Implaoablet
Ginevra scarcely dared look General
Livingston In the face when she m et him
In the garden, a couple o f hours later.
H ls face w ore an amused expresalon.
“ Mias H all,” said he, " y o u r aunt has
been kind enough to pay me a v isit."
“ Please don't think th a t I had any­
thing t o do with It," ahe Mid, alm ost
lnaudlbly. “ I am t o o w ell aware that
I am already overpaid."
General Livingston look ed oalm ly at
her.
“ Miss H all." said he, “ I have been
thinking matters over, and I have com e
t o the ooncius'on to dispense with y ou r
services as governess hereafter."
Ginevra involuntarily elasped her
hands; she grew pale.
“ O h," ahe cried, “ m ust I go back to
A uat M atilda? And I w as so happy
here 1**
“ G inevra," said G eneral Livingston,
" I am flve-snd-forty y ears old, and yet
I have been sanguine enough t o hope
that I oan win the love e f a girt o f seven­
teen. I t la for you to decide w hether I
am right o r wrong."
“ For m e ? ”
" I have fallen In lo v e with you,
Gluevra. Tell me—will y ou be my w ife
Instead o f the children’s governess? ”
She sto le one timid g laaos at him. It
was as If some strong, serens archangel
had stoop ed from a celestial clime to ask
her to nM tle under th e shadow o f hls
gleam ing wings. Did he suspect how
long sh e’d seoretly w orshipped him ?
Had he penetrated into th e mysteries o f
her heart? That glance, however, w m a
sufficient answer. He p n t out hls hand
and draw h er to big heart.
“ My d a rling! my ow n d a rlin g !" w as
all that he said.
Ginevra Mail wae standing in the
shadow o f th e tree fe r e s In the conser­
vatory th a t evening w hen the gardener
showed In n young lady. I t was bar sis­
ter.
G inevra," M i d K ate. " Aunt Matilda
hM been t o see me. Burely she has net
•ueoeeded In making y o u discontented
with you r eiU etioa? ”
“ D earest K ate," said Ginevra, “ I am
going t o te ll you a secret. 1 am t o be
General Livingston's w ife next week.
Ok, I am s o thankful th a t I came h ere f
I don't think there ev er was a girt so
happy b efore."
“ E xcep t m e," said K ate. “ I also am
t o b s married to Lieutenant G eoffrey
JBoasaore. And Mies «~*y is s o pleas ed
Aid proud.
And M rs. Ubsdell srrog xtes to herself
all the cred it c f having s ettled her nieces
s c well in life.
“ T h ey ought to be v e ry much obliged
to m e," ehe says, " I f It hadn’t be#* for
me It aovur would have happened "
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THE MibSED ITEM.
T k o Editor** Conauli-ise • W *. ICasy K r r n
I f Hs Dili Gut 11Sooii|)?il N
IIE CITY ED ITO R
was excee llutdy busy.
It had Vajau a (lay of
convontiouB apd visitora and Ms bead
fairly throbbed with
the conscioueness of
th e details he must
l o o k a fte r . T h e
prbsses were making
the butldtag tremble ns they turned out
the Sunday supplements. With coat off,
'he plunged into the m ass of manuscript
nefore him and w as covering It with
cabalistic blue pencil marks at a w on­
derful rote when tb e d o o r of his room
opened. Angry that any one should In­
terrupt him at that busy hour, he
whirled in hls chair t o snap out a repri­
mand.
But a sight o f the v isitor halted him.
A tim id, hrowa-eyed g irl stood ju st In­
side the door, looking beseechingly at
him through the tangled curls that ha lf
covered her tear-stained face. The ring­
lets fell, too, upon a coarse Jacket that
made a thin covering in such a raw and
blustering eveuing as it was outside.
“ Are you the editor m an?" The v oice
was sw eet and plaintive.
“ Y os; what can I do for y o u ?” He
had n ot Intended t o be even civil, but
som ething moved him to tenderness ju st
then.
“ It’s about Jule. D ’you know J u lo?"
"N e v e r heard o f him ," with a sus­
picion o f a laugh draw ing down the corers of tho mustaehed mouth.
"W ell, he’s my brother, an’ he’s been
took up. They said he stole, but ho
didn’t, and I know it. Julo was always
good tor me, an’ ho told mo be didn't
steal tbe mittons—he found ’em.”
"W ou ld n ’t the officers believe h im ?"
The newspaper mau found himself grow ­
ing Interested against his will.
" N o ; an' that’s what I com e ior. You
see they tried him to -d a y an’ th’ ju dg e
said he must go t o t h ’ perform school, o r
som ething liko that. Au’- a n ’ I thought
m ebbeif you knew abou t It you w ouldn’t
put It In tho paper. Juie an' mo is all
alone now. Since mamma went away to
Heaven w e've lived by ournel^,
impure an l run orrannS- an we w as
getting along fine. W e hail a lot saved,
t o o ; almost two dollars. I’ll give it to
you If you won’t print nothin’ about
Jule,” her face clouding as she thought
she saw tho shadow o f u frown ou tho
man's face.
It was not a frown, but an em otion
whloh caused his oyos to grow suspi­
ciously moist,and ho turned away toh ld o
them.
A clinking sound rocalled him, and he
saw the little one’s hands dropping tho
w holo store o f pennies and dimes and
nlckles upon bis desk—the scant savings
o f weoks, or evon porhaps, o f months.
"N o , no, my g irl," ho hftstoned to say,
**take them back. I do r.ot want them .
I will seo that nothing is said about your
b rother."
A sm ile lighted up her wistful face.
“ I am so glad," she exclaimed. “ My
aunt, where I ’ll have to go, now, though
she don ’t like us, always takes your
paper, an' If she don 't knoty what’s hap­
pened to J u le , m obbe she'll bo better to
m * toU* I ettii liolp Jala out.
Ho
always so good ter m e."
The presses were roaring and rattling
•till louder, and, as tho child turned t o
go, she lookod bewildered.
" H o ld on ,” said tho editor, as he
touched an electric bell. ” Here, J oh n ,"
a s a messenger appeared, " take th is lit­
tle girl where she wants to g o—and, say,
get her a good supper a t the restaurant
on the corner—there's a dollar."
Tbe tw o closed th o d oor behind thorn
and went out Into th e night.
“ B e lt an hour lo s t ," ejaculated the
w orker as he turned to hls desk. A re­
porter sent in hls m atter. It was police
court nows. Tho quick blue pencil
flashed across tho m ost Important Item
In the Hat—a precociou sly bad youth
sent to the reform school.
" I t means a scoop, but it may make
ths little thing’s life ea*ler,” thought
the worker, and m oved, som ehow , by
the spirit o f the m om ent, he softened
som e criticism s to appear In the m orn­
ing* and now ready for putting into
typ«. ^
"B ay, Matthews, bow ’d you com o to
m iss th’ best police nFws last n igh t?"
growled tbe managing editor as he came
Into the officethe next day. “ I happened
t o be in the court when It httppenod. Ono
o f the toughest y oung rascals I ever saw
was sent up for a spdll. Won’t do to bo
scooped on such things. They touch u
lesson, you know .”
“ Must havo ovorlookod It,” m uttered
the olty editor, “ som e o f tbo reporters
got in i&te, you knoiv.”
“ Yes. Oh, well, I suppose the w orld
will go on as woll as usual if we didn't
get It.”
The city editor thought it might go a
little better.
E verything A ga tm t Him.
The lute stringency in money m atters
and collapse of banks has shaken the
faith o f the cou n try people In banking
Institutions, and t hey aro In a quandary
as to what to do with their surplus
wealth. In their dilem m a they are in a
position similar to an old Southern
darkey who, on being asked why b e did
not save hls money, replied : “ 'Taint no
use. Onct I gib J edge Handy foah dollahs ter keep fer me, an’ he done lo s ' hit
on er boss race, an’ den I put five doiiabs in m et ole stock in ' au' de rats made
er nest outen de hull lot. So dare ain’t
no use ol er pussin try in ’ ter git rich .’’
A n E x p a n s iv e S m ile .
H ostetter McGinnis—Did you g iv e thfl
bouquet to tbe young lady.
Sam Johnson—Y es, Bah.
D id she smile.
She did, sub.
D id ahe smile pleasantly?
Yes, sah, she sm led jess like I m out it
you gives me half a dollar.—Siftings.
An EpUoda of tha Polio- Geneva.
Policeman X—“ Y ou r name, please?”
De Pell—“ Charles Henderson Hicks
Rhinelander de P ell.”
Policeman X —“ A g e?”
Da Pell—“ Tw enty-tw o.”
Policeman X—“ S ex ?’’
De Pel!—“ I’m a d u d e.”
E n co u ra g e m e n t.
Young Doctor—“ I have never con­
fessed it to anybody, but I feel v er y in­
com petent to take charge of even the
m ost trifling ca se."
Old D octor—" O h , pshaw ! P ractice
makes perfect. Have patients.”
Tha t n a m t r .
“ W hat's the m atter with your choir,
anyhow? They w ere awfully flat this
m orning.”
*' Some orga&ic trouble, I thick. Th*
organist was ra ttled ."—M um ey'e W eek­
ly.
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M. M c C L U B E .
JO SE P H H A C K E R
P H O T O -A R T IS T .
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» are o f s high order.
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B e t w xm h t h e B r id g e s .
T o M s R trs i, K .
OUR TIGER IIUNT.
One m orning, while we w ere in camp
on the B oora r River, In dia, a native
came In a n d reported that a tiger had
aelzed his o x . I t seemed that be had
been driving th e aulmal b e fo re him laden
with a large sa ck o f roots. A s they came
to the river, w hich was hardly a brook
at that sea son o f the year, but ran be­
tween b an k s lined with rocks and
bushes, a t ig e r suddenly leaped out o f a
thicket a n d knocked the o x ever at a
blow. He m u s„ have so -n th e man, but
he paid n o attention to him . Tho na­
tive described the tiger as a large and
powerful anim al, and offered to guide us
to the s p o t and act as <* beater. This
was 7 o ’c lo c k in the m or.in g, and half an
hour alter th e tiger had attacked.
We had o u r breakfast, collected the
beaters, a n d got off an hou r later. We
purposely delayed our g o in g to Jet the
tiger s a tis fy his hunger. A tiger who
has just b egu n a meal can n ot bo faced
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has /use g org ed aimneii. 11e x io ieJ
quietly d o w n to the n eighborhood of tho
tragedy, a n d "C h ris K ree,” as my native
tiger tra ck er had been christened, went
forward a lo n e to make observations.
He soon retu rn ed with th e news that
the tiger h a d disappeared w ith the body
o f the ox, a n d wo moved down to the
water to s e e which way th o trail led.
This case furnished an instance of the
great stren gth o f the dreaded beast.
The ox w eighed fully 700 pounds, and yet
the tiger b a d fastened t o his neck and
dragged h im along over t h e rocks and
gravel fo r a distance of h a lf a mile. He
had then tu rn ed into the lett bank,which
was a th ick et o f willows.
We had no
doubt o f h is being there, anti made our
arrangem ents accordingly. I took a tree
opposite a n d only 200 feet away, while
Capt. W ooten went up th e stroam aud
Major D a v is went down. T h e tiger must
show to th e front, for behind him was a
high bank. When we w ere ready the
beaters m ade a circuit to th o top of this
bank. T h e y had several sheet-iron tor­
pedoes, and it so happoned that the first
one o f th ese dropped in to the thicket
exploded b o near the tiger's head that he
had one e y e blinded by the powder aud
Bhot.
With a r o a r which could be heard a
mile away he bounded ou t o f the thicket
on to a sa n d y spot, and thoro whirled
round end robnd a score o f t-imbn. an yon
have seen a dog do w hen chasing hls
tall. W hen he finally stopped I gave him
a bullet w h ich broke h is right foreshoulder, bu t he went o ff down tho
stream o n th ree legs at a g ood speed. A
beater, w h o supposed my shot had fin­
ished the beast, had sta rted to recross
the stream . He got into th e open to see
the tiger com ing. The b east growled
furiously a n d rose in the a ir for a spring
but the b ea ter took a header into a pool
of water fo u r feet deep, and the tiger
cleared t h e sp ot and passed on to be
keeled o v e r b y the Major. The villagers
soon a ppeared, and after th ey had ascer­
tained t h a t the tiger attacked and id le d
the ox “ w ith o u t just cause or provoca­
tion,” t h e y com m unicated the fact that
there w ere several others living it* the
bed of t h e sam e stream a cou p le of miles
above th e villago. Had w e appeared at
the village and asked a b o u t tigers, we
would h a v e been told that nouehad been
seen or h eard o f for m onths. In the
emfcller v illa g es there is a superstition
against a tta ck in g the tig e r first. Even
after s ev era l people have been carried
off the liv in g hesitate to ca ll for the ser­
vice of t h e white man, b elieving that af­
ter he g o e s away the tig er w ill wreak a
bloody rev en g e. In th is Instance the
tigers had killed two cow s, several
goats, and a boy, and tho villagers de­
cided th a t patience was n o longer a vir­
tue. T h e y exacted a prom ise, however,
that we w ould not leave until tho last
one had b e e n slain.
If the w eather Is cool and cloudy the
tiger m o v e s about b y d a y almost as
freely a s b y night, esp ecially if hungry.
It was n ow so blazing h o t that we had
no idea o f m oving about du ring the day
when it co u ld be helped. W e moved our
headquarters to tbo village, however,
and sent m en up to mark dow n the spots
m ost lik e ly to be the haunts ol the
beasts. T h ey reported close cover on
both s id e s o f the banks, with three or
four sm a ll creeks falliug in to the maiu
stream, each having banks furnishing
good c o v e r , and we therefore decided to
take our stands in the op en . Platform s
were erected in scattered trees between
the river and the village, and a goat tied
t o a stake below. I used the goats for
tiger b a it o n more than tw en ty different
occasions, and never w ith ou t a prick o f
conscience. They seeinod t o know from
the ou tse t that they w ere in peril, and
their a ctio n s often called forth my sym ­
pathies. On one occasion a goat found
a hole d e e p enough to shelter It, and
she sneaked into it and eflrled up, and a
tiger p a sse d within ten fe e t o f her with­
out taking the scent.
It was m oonlight, a fter 9 o'clock, and
ire w ere in our trees w hen the moon
showed o v e r the woods t o light up tbo
field. T h e re was but U ttle wind, and
that w as in my favor. I was smoking
m y pipe and keeping a clo s e watch on
the frin g e o f bushes along the hank,
when I su d den ly saw a full-grow n tiger
stalk o u t in to the m oonlight and alt on
end and g a -o toward th e village. Ha
v b i In a d ire c t line with m e, but too far
off for a sh o t. The goat saw him as scon
as I did, a n d ehe snugged down to the
earth a n d laid her nose o n the ground.
A l t e r a b o u t fire m inutes * second tiger
appeared a female.
T h e two began
rolling o v e r, leaping around, aliasing
each o th e r, and acting exactly as you
hare aeem-Rittens, and tb ie lasted for
ten m inutes. I saw that i f one came m y
way the oth er would, and I got m y
double b arreled ready.
When t h e tigers finally advanced it
was w ith the utm ost caution. T hey
were a b o u t ten feet apart, and they took
advantage o f every bit o f cover and lay
ee flat th a t I sometimes lost them from
sight. B y and by they sat up alm ost
efde b y s id e and sniffed th e air. T hey
were n o t over fifty feet from the tree,
and I le t drive. The m ale dropped stone
dead, b u t the female ran off and got a
bullet fr o m the Captain w hich paralysed
h e r hind legs. W o got down and ran to
h er as sho rolled on tho ground, and
i t to o k a bullet in tho brain to q u iet her.
M y shot had w ounded her slightly.
In some cases where one or tw o tigers
a re killed in a neighborhood all others
w ill leave it fo r a time. Wo had made
su ch a fuss o v e r this pair that the na­
t iv e s felt Bure th e others w ould leave.
W e were Intending to m ove for this
reason, but on th e very night after our
lu ck tw o other tig ers entered the village,
and while one carried off a goat th o other
knocked over t h e head man’s pon y and
to re its throat s o that It bled t o death.
O ur trackers found that th ese tigers
ca m e from th e river, but across an oi l
cotton field on w hich no trees grew to
shelter us. W e watched one n ight in a
deserted cabin, but had no lu ck. The
nex t night w e g o t into a rifle pit, but wo
sa w only a few jackals. W e found we
m ust hunt the tig er out by d ayligh t, and
b o w e went a t i t . The three o f us g ot
in to trees along the bed of the river, and
th e beaters w o re s<»nt up stream to beat
dow n. They had fr rpedoes, firecrackers,
and horns, and the noise was terrific. It
bad scarcely begun when a panther crept
o u t o f the th ick et opposite me. He
w as headed up stream, and I fired itt
such a hurry th a t I only creased him
across the neck. He went off w ith great
bounds, but d id not go m ore than 200
fe e t before he turned into another
th ick et with a backing of rooks. We
called to the beaters to cease th eir noise
anil come a lon g down to the sp ot and
d rop a torpedo. As it exploded a tiger
rushed out, slipped, and fell Into a pool
o f water, aud g ot a bullet from the Cap­
tain. He took cover, however, and he
w as scarcely o u t of sight b efore we
hoard a terrible thrashing and fighting
in the w illows. I t continued fo r a couple
o f minutes, and then tiger and panther
rolled out in to view. Each hud his teeth
fixed into the oth er, and they rolled over
and over and shook each other w ithout
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“ veu at diem un i noon u iop p e i, the
lig'Pi- shot through th:> •heart and the
panther with a bullet in his brain. The
M ajor und Captain both got dow n and,
w ith the beaters, ran to the sp o t. I had
caught my cloth in g in a branch o f the
tree, and it to o k me some tim e to extri­
ca te myself. W hen I was rea dy to de­
scend I looked down to find a tiger under
m y tree. In h is excitement he had not
noticed me, b u t was making to escape
th e others. H olding my gun straight up
and down, I s c u t a buil t through the
t o p o f his head.
The tiger n ever acts twice alike, an .
th e hunter m ust be prepared for all
changes. One day in the G w alior dis­
t rict we reached a small v illa 'e just
after a tiger had carried off a woman
w ho was w ashing clothes on tho bank of
a creek. T h roe other women hud seen
the beast drag h* r away, aud had heard
her screams as sho was can led through
the thickets. I was then in company
w ith one other white man, Col. Purvis ol
a
native
regiment,
stationed at
Ragoogurh. T u e lair of the beast was
known to ho a m ass o f thicket and rock
about a milo u p tho nullah o r creek. He
had been there for soveial w eeks, killing
live stock v ery freely, but had not here­
tofore appeared during the day or at­
tacked any o f tho people. O ur trackers
found the tra il and follow ed it to tho
thicket* but a s a heavy thunder &Un-m
cam e up w e could do nothing further
that day. N ex t morning, how ever, wo
arranged o u r plans. Beyond the thicket
w as a shallow ravine, loading away into
tho thick w o o d s. If disturbed in his lair
the tig^r w ou ld probably m ake off this
w ay. The C olonel selected his tree and
I took another, and the beaters then set
to work to d riv e tho beast back upon us.
It was a hot m orning and It to o k a great
deal of n oise to start him. I finally
caught 6ight o f him as he sneaked into
tho ravine, b u t only got a glance. As
nenr as I co u ld make out he passed mo
under cover o f some bushes, and I called
to the Colonel to look out. li e failed to
soo tho game, however, and w e called in
the boaters aud descended from our
perches. I w en t down to the sp o t whore
I thought I had seen the tig er, and was
standing s till and looking about, when
he suddenly b roke cover from a bush
fcesido me and went off at a gallop, T
had been sta n din g within three feet of
him , and he cou ld have, finished me had
he so desired. Ho took refuge in a mass
o f creepers a t the further end o f the
ravine, and a s he was driven out the
Colonol dropp ed him. He was a fullgrown male, a man-eater, and yet he
showed no m ore spirit than*a cur.
A radical coutrast presented itself a
week later. A calf which had been tied
in a ravine w a s killed aud devoured by a
tiger, and th e markers sent out to find
him located him in a tangle of vines on
the left bank o f a creek. T o approach
his lair we had to ride over a quarter o f
a mile o f o p en ground. The Colonel aud
I were riding an elephant, and the beat
ers were m aking a circuit to get behind
th e game, w hen, without a shot^having
been fired or th o least noise made to dis­
turb him, th o tiger canto charging full
upon us. W o saw him when he broke
cover.. Ilis tocth wefe showing, hlsear9
were laid flat, and it was plain that he
meant m ischief.
Our elephant was a stu rd y young
beast, but n o t experienced. The tiger
roared as he cam e on, and th e elephant
turned broadside on in spite o f all his
mahout cou ld do. His m ovem ent so discoucertod o u r aim that we fired and
missed, and next moment tho tiger
pulled the m ahout to the ground. While
lie was dragging the man off I struck
him with th o barrel of my gun. We saw
him shaking the poor follow o n t ie grass
as the elephant bolted with us. He ran
| for half a m ile before we cou ld Jump
down, and th en we ran b ack t o where
wa had loft th e tiger. He bad killed the
man and retreated to cov er.
N otice
what a change took place in him. The
beaters had scarcely gotten to work
again when h e attempted t o sneak off
liko a fox. Detecting him in this, I fired
and broxe on e of his hind legs. He
sought to skulk in another direction, and
the Colonel b roke his^houJder. He was
now pretty w ell disabled, and we went
up to him w ith ou t fear. W hat did he
do but whine and cry like a pup under
tb© lash., and it was with disgu st tt e tw e
gave him the quietus.
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Y O U C A N G E T 5a N U M B E E S O F T H IS P A P E R F O R
T W O DO LLARS, OR LESS
T H A N 4 eta. A W E E K . C A N T
Y O U AFFORD TH A T FO R
A L L TH E HOM E N E W S ?
T h e S u n d a y trains o v e r the
Southern railroad, are certa in ly a
great convenience.
claim ed that in the nom ina­
tion o f Freeholders no politics is al­
lo w e d to enter. T h a t m ay b e but
the board themselves p erpetrate par­
tisan -acts.
It
is
T h e B o a r d o f Freeholders is now
R ep u b lican , and it behooves every
R ep u b lican member to b e present
at e v e ry m eeting o f the board.
a D em ocratic B oa rd o f Freeholders,
T h e p arty must stop letting this im ­
p ortan t n atte r g o b y default.
I t h a s been th e custom in m any
tow n sh ip s for th e Dem ocrats and
R ep ub lican s, w h en it com es t in e to
n om inate men fo r offices, to g o into
U n io n caucus, an d nominate on ly
on e tick et. T h e D em ocrats craftily
g iv e m ost o f th e sm aller offices to
the R ep ub lican s, w ith many boasts
of generosity, an d tak e the F re e ­
h old er them selves. I t is a b ig gam e
o f b lu ff, very sim ilar to the one the
w h ite man p layed on the Indian.
T h e y w en t gu n n in g and w h en it
cam e tim e to d iv id e th e gam e, there
b ein g on ly a turkey and a buzzard,
the w h ite man s a id : “ you take the
buzzard and I’ll take the turkey or
11 ta k e the tu rk ey an d you take the
b u zzard ." T h e p oor Indian couldn’t
th e point.
A l l that he k n ew
was that white m an didn't say turkey
to h im once. A n d so the Dem ocrats
p aw n o ff on us the buzzard w h en ­
01 n
O I LETTER.
TH E SECO N D W E E K O F TH E
S E S S IO N .
MANY BILLS INTrODUCRD— THE COMM1TTIES THAT SENATOR CHAN MER
AND ASSEMBLYMAN ERNST ARE ON.
Special to the Now Jer«ejr Courier.
T h e second w eek o f th e session
opened on M onday n ig h t.
A m on g
the b ills introduced w e re th e followm g:
M r. E v e rett. F orbids insurance
com panies tojissue p olices on children
under 10 yea rs o f age u n d e r penalty
o f $500 fine.
M r, W in to n . E n ab lin g the gov­
ern in g bodies in any m unicipality
governed b y a com m ission , to e x ­
pend not exceeding $25,000 per
y e a r for h igh w ay im provem ents,
w hen a m ajority o f th e voters ap­
prove.
M r. W erts. M akin g it unlawful
to catch b ro o k trout, ex c ep t from
ev er th ey can.
I f there is a union caucus and the M arch zst to J u ly 15th ; p en alty, ten
D em ocrats w ill n ot g iv e us the F ree­ dollars.
h older, the p roper th in g then is fo r
M r. F o w le r.
R e q u irin g that a
the R ep ub lican s to h old their o w n license be taken out b y persons ship­
caucus and fight it out.
p in g o r forw ardin g fa rm o r other
T h e election o f th e County C le rk , products to com m ission m erch a n ts;
S urrogate and o th e r county officers license fee to b e ten dollars per year.
lo ses m uch o f its im portance i f the
M r. W e r ts (for th e P residen t).
B o a rd o f F reeholders is lost.
T h is P rov id in g that indictm ents for mur­
b oard can g rea tly interfere w ith , and der m ay b e tried by th e quarter ses­
harrass these officials and m ake it sions in counties having a la w judge.
v ery unpleasant for them .
M r. E . C . C ole.
G iv e s County
T h e Dem ocrats h ave been “ w o rk ­ C le rk righ t to issue licen ses without
in g th e Union cau cu s" for years w ith w h ich
no
grouse,
partridge
the sole object o f getting control or other gam e shall b e allo w ed to
o f th e F reeholders.
R epublicans be hunted fo r by non-residents.
throughout the cou n ty, judging from T h a t ten cou n ty gam e com m issioners
recen t expressions from vario u s shall b e appointed by th e Justice o f
sections are just aw ak in g to the the Suprem e Court p resid in g in the
n o t Not a solitary Republican con­
gressman in the entire land was defeated
because he voted for the election b ill; not
a solitary Democrat congressman was
elected at the North because h e opposed
it. Does any right-miaded man suppose
that a majority of the voters in seven
congressional districts in New Jersey
believe in Southern political methods, or
in their future toleration b y the govern­
ment ? No, and we tell those Democra­
tic editors whose heads are light enough
to be turned by an off year victory, won
on other issues, and w h o are raving
about the Republican p arty being so
terribly discredited that its congress ought
to pass the necessary appropriation bills
and then run home like a shot of trem­
bling culprits that, on the principal that
the American people are sane and con­
sistent, they will sustain it in redeeming
the very hrst pledge in the platform upon
which Harrison and a Republican con­
gress were nominated and triumphantly
elected, and in keeping a promise made
in response to their repeated demands
and accepted by them in the solemnity of
a great Presidential struggle, when they
are quite apt to know what they want and
vote as they ought to. Senators should
remember that Benjamin Harrison took
the nomination away from others at
Chicago and carried every Northern state
but two of the smallest at the polls be­
OUR STOCK TAKING
Occurs in the latter part o f the present
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month; and in order to receive stocks our
Junuary Reduction
Sale has been
pushed with vigor. It has been a Grand
Success.
The great cut in prices was
eagerly taken advantage o f by thrifty
buyers; and the delighted multitudes
that have thronged our counters, have
been in themselves the best advertise­
ment we could desire.
W e are offering goods at the very
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lowest prices during this month, with a
view o f further reducing stocks; and it
w ill be to the interest of every one de­
siring to purchase Dry Goods either to
call in person or to write for Samples and
Information.
cause he was known to be in favor of
something more than idle denunciation
of Southern election frauds. They should
remember that he and every Republican
congressman and state legislature like­
wise stood then, and stands to-day, on a
platform the most sacred and conspic­
uous plank of which demands, for the
first time in the recent history of the
party, effective legislation to suppress
them. And they should also remember
that, if they want to advertise the party
in general and themselves in particular,
as pledge breakers and ccwards to
principle, as a party that has lost the
conscience and courage o f its youth, that
has lost the hatred o f injustice and
wrong, the love of liberty, order, and
fair play, the practical political wisdom,
the genius lor statesmanship, the enligh­
tened patriotism, and the fearless leader­
ship, that marked the days o f its early
promise, popularity, and power, if they
want to deal it a blow that only friends
can deal, that will weaken it worse than
a score of Democratic victories, then all
they have to do is to adjourn without
passing an effective federal elections bill.
civisi
STRAWBRIDGE&CLOTHIER
M A R K E T AN D EIG HTS STS.,
J
oseph
G
rover
,
P H IL A D E L P H IA .
N E W STORE. NEW GOODS. AT B . POT­
T E R ’S OLD STAND, WATER STREET
TO M B RIVER, N. J. GROCERIES. AND
PROVISIONS, FL O U R AND FEED ,
C H IL D R E N ’S
YO U TH S’
W * u n d e r s t a n d that o u r Senator
A N D MEN’S C L O T H IN G
and m em ber o f the A ssem b ly were
not present at the opening o f the situation.
county for w h ich such com m ission er
hotel L a kew oo d . T his is an inex­
AT
LOW ER
PRIG E S
is appointed. T erm s to be three
N E W JE R S E Y N EW S.
cusable m istake on the part o f those
years w ith o u t com pensation.
h avin g the disposal o f the invitations.
B ass R iver tow n sh ip in B urlington
THAN A N Y
W HERE
M r. V a n S y c k le .
F o rb id s shoot­
cou n ty has voted a $1,000 license
in g o f q uail for five y e a rs , under
I recommend legislation to pro­
fee.
penalty o f twenty-five dolla rs.
vide fo r the building and maintaining
E L SE IN T O W N .
J ersey C ity w a ter loan bonds, 7
M r. V a n S y c le . G iv e defendants
o f g o o d roads, under a thorough and
S A SH , B L IN D S , D O O R S ,
per cent, due 1904, sold at auction
a j o tw ill.
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and
M
ouldings.
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1 all crim in al cases th e rig h t to at
on j. u tsu a y ac rau,
in g and T u rn in g o f all D e ­
are fo r the benefit, not o n ly o f local
least ten perem ptory ch allen ges.
C a p e M ay cou n ty merchants and
scriptions.
com m unities, but 01’ the entire public,
M r. B urns.
A llo w s a ll counties
Cranberry C r a te s a sp e cialty.
fisherm en say that their recently har­
and the State might reasonably
having no county h o sp ital, to ap ­
vested ice crop m eans a saving o f
N e w B oat.
assist localities *vhich, b y thsir
propriate $2,500 to w a rd s the sup­
$10,000 to them.
Ephraim JRobinson is building a large
action, show a desire to secure such
port o f p rivate hospitals w ith in such
A n effort is b ein g made to abolish
advantages.— Governor A b b ett.
county, such amount to b e applied yacht at his boat yard, on Broad street.
H ats , C a p s , S hoes and D ress G oods , and a finer
turn p ike roads in B urlington county
It is being built for Oscar Brinley, of
tow ards the m aintaining o f county
I t i s an old saying that their is on w h ich toll is ch arged , and have
Cedar Creek.
It is twenty-five fooj
lot
has never been offered in this town
patients.
keel, eleven foot six inch beam and two
n othing sure in this w o rld except a ll roads for the free use o f the trav­
M r. U sher. G ives m arried wom en foot ten inches hold. She is designed
death and taxes, but we th in k there e llin g public.
l ight to dispose and deal w ith their {ior parly business next Summer. Mr.
L in co ln D ivisio n , Sons o f Tern
is a t least one other thing that can be
real estate the same as i f unm arried f Robinson, as soon as this is finished,
counted o n w ith equal certain ty, and p era n ce, o f E liza b e th , one o f the
I
and attaches no liab ility to her hus- will build one lor Mart McCarty, of
U m b r e l l a s , C a n e s and a variety of useful arti­
that is the stomachic cap a city .and oldest organizations o f its kind
Cedar Creek. It will be about the same
band.
unconscionable capacity of the Hud­ N e w Jersey, last w e e k had its silver
dimensions.
cles too numerous to mention.
M r. U sh er.
P ro v id e s that in­
■AS HOW IH STORE
son cou n ty Dem ocracy. J u s t watch anniversary,
A L a r g e and w ell selected stock o f Stoves,
mates o f jails and p rison s shall b«
T h e farmers at Pequannock have
E n te r ta in m e n t P o stp o n e d .
Dress Goods and all sort* of things at prices that
them this W inter.
H e a te rs , R anges, H o lly-w a re o f all kinds.
divided into three c la s s e s ; first,
T in w a r e , W ood an d Iro n Pum ps, S in k s, etc**
b rough t suit again st the Lehigh V a l­
To the Editor o f the New Jereer Courier.!
I t h a s been suggested to us that
will
astonish you.
those
ot
tender
years
and
others,
S
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e
re
having
b
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a
death
in
w
h
ic
h
h
e
offers
at
reducedrates.
“
Q
u
ick
le y R . R . for dam age to their lands
. family o f Prof. John H. Ling, who
S a le s andSm all P ro fits ."
W ashington S t .,
according to grade o f c rim e s .
jI the
T h o m a s G raham , Postm aster at
b y overflow caused b y a dam o f the
n r a b M ain , T O M S R TV ER , N . J .
Senator C ranm er h a s been ap- was to lecture to-morrow evening for the
P oin t Pleasant, w ould m ake an able
com p an y
pointed on the com m ittee on R«vi- j benefit of Burnside Post,
that emer­
m em ber o f the A ssem b ly, from this
A t a revival m eetin g in Randolph
cou n ty. T h ere is no doubt o f i t tow n sh ip , B u rlin gton county, tw o o f sion o f L a w s , R ailroads an d C anals, tainment will have to be postponed'to a
M ilitary , L a b o r and In dustries.
|latpr date o f which
noti« «'i>l •*
H e has got more good common
the deacons b rok e u p the services by
A ssem b lym an Ernst h as been apWiil YOU P1' 35' * ' v' noli“ *°
sense and solid w orth than m ost men q u arrellin g and sh ak in g their fists
, ,
,
this effect and oblige, Yours &c.
A ^ Irons
yo u m eet w ith nowadays.
H e is u n der each others noses. T h e cause pointed on th e fo llo w in g : S in k in g ,
b ashfu l o f course, but if h e really o f th e trouble w a s an altercation over F u n d , W a y s and M ean s.
Com. Post.
M r. L an e m oved th e H ouse J o in t !
w a n ts the nomination, our kn ow ledge
a c o w trade.
i t lead* them all," la the general reply
R esolution N o . 1, protestin g against
o f th e man convinces us th at h e will
T h e Second M eth od ist church o f
o f the so-called F orce ! ®f dru« ,9ts when asked about the merit or
go in w ith such energy an d vigor R a h w a y , has been aw arded $7,500 the rpassage
*
1 ealea of Hood’* Ssraaparllla.
that h e w ill outdistance al’i com pe­ by a com m ission appointed b y the b ill b y C on gress, be p la c e d on the
calendar
for
second
re
a
d
in
g
without
titors.
U n io n county co u rt for its property
reference.
M r. Potts maintained
condem nnd for th e benefit o f the
T h e f o r m a l opening o f that
tliaf the resolution should be a con­
Pen
n
sylvan
ia
railroad.
p rin cely n ew hotel, the L a k ew o o d ,
current and not a jo in t resolution.
B rid g to n is to h a v e the first street
is a n even t o f considerable im portance
M r, L an e held that he h a d intended
ra
ilw
a
y
in
South
J
e
rs
e
y
.
It
is
to
be
DESIGNER AN D CONSTRUCTOR OF
to J e rs e y m en. A s G overn or A bbett
to m ake h is resolution a jo in t one, so
five m iles long, w i t h . five cars, and
says, w e can cordially w elco m e the
that it m ight go on th e statute for
electricity
is
to
b
e
th
e
m
otive
p
o
w
e
r.
p lan tin g o f these millions o f taxable
future reference and th u s show that
F o r several ye a rs the various
-OFIN G R E A T V A R I E T Y A T A T T R A C T I V E P R I C E S
cap ital b y the millionaires o f N ew
N e w Jersey had entered its protest |
A ll Classse* of S A IL IN G A N D S T E A M Y A C H T S
classes o f Prin ceton university have
Y o r k , on Jersey soil.
T h e Lake*
laces, Dress Goods, Handkerchiefs, 1 rimming* o f all kinds, Urge line of
against the vicious b ill. O n motion
o rgan ized orchestras. T h e members
w o o d is the biggest and finest hotel
o f M r. C am p ell the m otio n by M r.
Merino and Muslin Underwear. A full line of Millinery Goods, Hats and Bon­
o f last year’s orch estra have been
in N e w Jersey, or anyw here in the
L an e w a s tabled.
Constructed from the Latest Designs.
nets, trimmed and untrimmed, Feathers, Vslrets and Plashes in great variety.
p racticin g and h av e organized a
cou n try outside o f F lo rid a .
This
u n iversity orchesira on a perm anent
Cloths and Cassimeres, Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, Floor and Table Cloths. Boots
m agnificent structure, supplied with
T H E E L E C T IO N S B IL L .
TOMS RIVER.
NEW JERSEY
b asis. T h e first p u b lic concert w ill
and Shoes, rockery and Woodenware, Stoves and Tinware.
all th e appliances o f m odem civiliza­
b e g iv en at the m orn in g exercises o f T H E DEMOCRATIC T ID A L W A V E WAS
tion, seem s like the product o f some
FINE G R O C E R IE S,
W ash in gton ’s B irth day.
NOT A VERDICT AGAINST IT.
m agician's w and, amidst the sand and
F red rick G riffith , 20 years old, o f To the Editor efthe New Jersey Courier.
G. W. COWPERTHWAIT.
C. B. COWPERTHWAIT
barrens in w hich it is located.—
Sir:— The recent election, whatever it
N o rw o o d , w as sentenced to three
S tate G a zette.
yea rs in State p rison b y Judge L ip - was, cannot be considered a verdict
T h e r e is a world o f truth in the p in cott, T h u rsd a y, for the theft o f a against the house elections bill. Every
state but one that held its election after
fo llo w in g paragraph tak en from h o rse and carriage.
H e hired the
the bill passed the house, but before the
turnout from M r. Jo h n C on klin g, o f
G o v ern o r A bb ett’s m essa g e:
misrepresentations in regard to the tariff
“ W h ile grain farm ing, as such, J e rs e y C ity, on D e c . 3, saying it w a s
bill had had their baleful effect upon (
m ust probably be abandoned in this w an ted by the R e v . D r . B rett, and voters, went Republican b y overwhelm­
Is not merely a superior school on paper, but is in reality
S ta te , N e w Jersey is destined to be, sold it in S p rin g V a lle y for $95.
ing majorities.
If the Masses arc so j
school of exceptional merit. It has brains, energy, expei
C h arles V o g e l an d all the m em bers fiercely opposed to the measure as the
agricu ltu rally, a great m arket garden.
fence, superior teaching ability, and the ambition and skill i
T h e S tate is w ell adapted to raise o f h is fam ily w ere overcom e by coal opposition would have us believe, why j
do the very best work that can be done in its line o f educi
horses, cattle and p o u ltr y ; her g as fum esjtrom the heater, in J ersey did they in Maine roll up majorities untional work. This is an emphatic statement, but it is a faf
T h ey w ere pa railed for their immensity for Speaker
p eop le raise large quantities o f fru it; C it y , Tuesday n ig h t.
Reed and his colleagues who were ‘
Its facilities are distinctly and emphatically first-class. Th
she has important dairy interests; saved b y a friend, w ith whom V o g e l
mainly instrumental in driving it through .
her cranb erry bogs are f a m o u s ; her had arranged to g o hunting W e d ­
English branches, Bookkeeping, Banking, Mathematic
the house, and roll up majorities unparad jacent waters yield y e a r ly food n esd ay. T h is frien d called before alled for their smallness in Vermont,
Penmanship, Stenography and Typewriting are taught b
p roducts o f immense value, em ploy­ d a y lig h t and succeeded in restoring whose senators were responsible lor its
successful specialists, and the highest satisfaction is guarar
in g la rg e numbers o f her citizen s; ev eryb od y to consciousness.
delay in the Senate ? W ill any one who
teed to all. The Principal of this school devotes all his tiffl
T h e Veterans Z ou aves o f E liz a ­ presages disaster to the party if the
her m ining and
tnanufactoring
and energies to the interests ot his pupils, and being a skil
industries are extensive an d import­ b eth W edn esday received from the measure becomes a law, e.n|wer this
ful, conscientious worker, and exacting the same servic
question?
In
view
of
the
fact
that
the
ant, and no State presents more m an agers of the Lin d en race-track
from his teachers, accomplishes the most gratifying result
tide of public sentiment was setting
diversified industries for th e enter­ $200 to help p ay the expenses o f the
Now for bargains in all
Visit the institution and examine the w ork and appointment
heavily toward the party in the early
S outh ern trip o f th e Zouaves.
The
p rise o f her p eop le."
K H
lines at
part of the campaign, after the house
450 distmCt individuals attend this institution as studcnl
“ T h e energy the G o v ern o r has N e w Jersey J o c k e y club has g iv en passed the bill, and was turned away
during the past year.
d isp la yed in advancing the interests th e veterans $250 fo r the same p u r­ only by the most stupendous lying in
Term began Monday, Sept, i , 1890. Send for ot
o f th e agricultural and ru ra l dosses p ose. T h e c h ec k sjw tre sent to G e n . regard to the text and effect of the tariff
handsome Catalogue.
T H O M A S J. S T E W A R T ,
m ust b e commended.
N o w if he D r a k e , the com m ander o f the Z o u ­ bill, it ought to be evident that the defeat
of the party was owing to something else
c o u ld only conceive of som e scheme aves,
Box 5*7, Trenton, N. J.
T h e w ill ol th e late John L a m b , than its grand and heroic determination
w h e re b y the thousands o f acre s that
College Roooms, 10 and 12 South Broad treet.
to
stamp
out
fraud
and
force
at
the
polls,
Preparatory to taking stock ail goods will be sold at a
are ly in g idle in this county could be a w e ll known b ro k e r o f Jersey C it y ,
Morever, the Democracy made no cam­
has been offered fo r probate. I t w a s
u tilized , w e m ight w ell p raise him.
paign against the N8. T h e cheek that
dated in 1873 and devises all o f his
could grossly and willfully Misrepresent
T h e B o a r d o f C h o se n F r e e -. p rop erty to his w ife. M rs. A n astathe tariff and all other Republican legis­
h old ers o f O cean county is n o w m j s;a D om in g. a n eic e o f the testator, lation failed Its orators when they under­
tins control o f the R ep ub lican s, A n j
given notice o f contest.
S h e took before a decent Northern audience
article in another part o f th e paper ; c ia ;m# that the w il l produced is not to attack a measure so evidently aimed
IR F a ll and W inter Styles o f Derbies and kinds
Ready Made Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps,
•hows p u t h o w it stands. ^ T h e relatest one M r . Lam b m ade, at political scoundrelism only. Every
hats. He leads the Trade in Trenton, and you will si
c e n tly incorporated borough o f Beach
estate is v alu ed at $1,000,000. intelligent man knows that the proposed
money by calling on him. Large stock o f canes, umbn
measure cut no figure whatever in the
Haven sent a Republican to the!
------------------Fancy and Staple Dry Goods.
las, etc., all in the latest styles and at the lowest prio
campaign in the West where Democratic
b o .r d -n d
^
rt.
gains were so manifest, and that could it
D S.
th e racancT caused b y the death ot
t— — M n M im e be submitted on its merits to the voters
ST Y L E S.
BIG B A R G A IN S IN R E M N A N T S .
D r . H illia rd g ir t* the R ep u b lican .
» *h«aw a t
e*«Hc! the land the Republicans -reuM carry Sample copies sent tree on ap­
PRICES.
T h i t i . aa it .h oeld e u - t a n w * * ^ - * * *
« n » rk
j A | . cb, a joed every Northern state simply because
plication to any one. Get
L *r
jA^aad dyspepsia : honored men are in the majority there,
Give us a Call.
party
govern,, a
and
there is rafiered, scrofula dared A
d *H
e ith e r p
arty tto
o govern
n d tnere
flfcd
a ll A
A et bad and can vote only one w ay when the
D. C. VAN SC H O IC K -.
F. LIPSCHUETZ,
S U IT S A T $3.50.
J
EDW ARD A.GUL1CK
F. LIPSCHUETZ,
BRICK STORE.
1856.
(J)toneer
QUtoepajrtr
(Bcean
C 0 WPERTHWA 1T EXCHANGE.
1891
COWPERTHWAIT & CO.
Dealer in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
WILLIAM P. KIRK,
YACHTS
C o u n ty .
The STEWART & HAMMOND
Business College
CLEARING
SALE.
SACRIFICE.
c trc u fa *
(ion i n
county
G eorge W- HOTTEL
F
NEWIk
no reason w h y s u c h a r tro e g ty R eas this shotild have
jmbliauj cou nty
ST
* *
” raised whether political
viflamlv shall triumph at the polls or
one and take it home and
show it to your wile.
G W. HOTTEL TRENTON, N. J
'
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ORDKPAHTMEKT,
m 0 LET for h u koep. Nice family hors
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FOREIGH REPORTS.
PARA, S. A.. Jan., 1st.—Arrived schr.
Anna R. Bishop, Rulon, from Now York.
S a v ed m y C h ild ’s Life.
J. 8. Weaver, Secretary Iron Steamboat
Company, New York, says: I wish to say to
the public that I had a child about four years
of age, lying at the point of death with sum­
mer complaint (diarrhoea), the doctor and
ail o f us having given np hope Tbe doctor,
however, advised us to get some of Speer’s
Port Wine, and give her. a little at a tim eMAILS ARRIVE FROM
very little, but o f ten. As a last resort we
New York and Philadelphia, 8.10 A. M.
Philadelphia, Camden, Island Heights, etc 10. did so, and I say that Speer’s Port Wine saved
j. i; A. M., 6.62 P. M.
her life. She Is my only child, I had never
Whitings and Tuckerton, and points between teen Mr. Speer, but with tear* of joy I went
1 11,17 A. M.
and told him that hia wine had saved the
New York and all points north, Forked River, life o f my only child.
| Bridgeton, etc, 11.17 A. M.
New York and all points north of Manchester,
14.08 P.M.
New York and points north o f Manchester 6.41
IP- M.
Silverton and Burrsville, 4.30 P. M „ Tuesday,
|Thursday and Saturday.
Registered mail, 11.17 A.M.
■corrected December 22. 1800.
W. B. SINGLETON, P. M
■
LO C A L
B R E V IT IE S .
The shoe factory resumed business on
‘Tuesday la st.
E. R. Pearsall, of Westfield, N. J.(
■ was here on Sunday.
It is rumored that A. Van Hise is about
|to build a town hall,
Mrs. Lewis Shinn had a stroke o f
|paralysis Friday last.
T H E P R IZ E B A D G E A W A R D E D
S p e c im e n Cases.
M u st C o n tr o l th e
h o ld e r s .
F ree­
Pt . P le a sa n t , Jan . 13 , 1891.
To tho Editor of tbe New Jersey Courier.
W ill you be kind enough to publish
the list o f Chosen Freeholders whose
terms expire this Spring. D on ’ t y ou
think it time that we make an effort to
secure the board this spring,
D over
should elect a Republican and the
HER STORY WAS THE BEST—
vacancy caused by the death o f D r,
W HAT MISS GOWDY THINKS ABOUT
Hilliard, makes it possible to gain one
IT.
from his district.
Berkeley is good
Th e badge that the N ew Je r se y C o u r ­ lighting ground, and our Borough will
i e r offered some time ago to the best probably swing into line.
in e a r n e s t ,
story writer in Ocean county's public
The
Board
of
Freeholders
is Republi­
schools has been won by Miss Ethel
Gowdy. The contest closed last week can by one majority. When the Town­
and Prof, Dillingham, who was to have ship committee of Stafford, which is R enoted as sole judge, called in County publican, appoints a successor to Dr.
Exam iner Tilton, in order that there Hilliard, the Board will be Republican
might not be the least s jspician of parti­ by two majority. Here is how it stands:
B o r o u g h o f B e a c h H a v e n — T h om as
ality. There were a great many scholars
in his own school competing for the Blackman, R.
B e r k e l e y — W illiam Jeffrey, D .
prize and he felt that some one ought to
B r i c k — Charles LeCompt, R.
help him select the winner. The two
D
o v e r — .R. L. Disbrow, D.
gentlemen put their heads together and
E a g l e s w o o d — Joseph B. Cox, D.
decided that the story entitled " A Glimpse
J a c k s o n — E p h ra im P . E m s o n , D .
Into the Future,” was the best.
Now
L a c e y — H o w a r d Jeffrey , R .
none ot the authors names were published
M a n c h e s t e r — Samuel Sutton, D .
andl the only person who knew who
O c e a n — Jacob Birdsall, R.
wrote the stories was the editor o f the
P l u m s t e a d — Walter Cottrell, D .
C o u r ie r , and therefore, this method of
St a f f o r d —
selecting the winner was altogether fair
U n io n — Edmund Bennett, R.
and impartial.
P o i n t P l e a s a n t Be r o u g h — L. D.
It was thought at first that it would be
Vannote, D.
appropriate to have presentation exer­
B a y H e a d B o r o u g h — Jo h n J . F o r ­
cises, but on after thought, this idea was
syth , R .
abandoned and the badge was mailed to
I
sla n d H e ig h t s B orough — John CM iss Gowdy, with explanations as to
what it was for and why it had been Page, R.
presented.
ceived :
L a v a l e t t k B o r o u g h — George A .
Wilt, K.
Republicans, 8 ; Democrats, 7 ; Vac?
R i v e r , Ja n . 15th, 1891.
ancies, 1.
Here is the reply we re­
Toms
M r . Jo h n C l o k e , D e a r S i r :
M any thanks for the beautiful badge
received this evening. Your generosity
in offering a prize and your interest in
the school, I think, has been an inspiration to us all. I feel greatly honored in
receiving it, and am sure that it will give
me a new interest in school work and
help me to bcilcr things in composition.
Yours Sincerely,
ETHEL GOWDY.
S E C R E T S O C IE T IE S .
o d d fellow s’ h o m e .
There was a love feast at the Odd F el­
lows’ Home, near Trenton, on Wednes­
day last.
It was occasioned by the
meeting of the Board of Managers, com­
posed of representative Odd Fellows
from all points in the State, who wanted
to feliciate each other on the completion
of their new building and thank a num­
ber of gentlemen, also invited to be
present, who had donated time and labor
to beatifying or pirformng some service
for the home.
. H. Clifford, New Cassel, Wis.,was trou
bled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism, his
Stomach was disordered, his Liver was affec­
ted to an alarming degree, appetite fell away,
and he was terribly reduced In fleBh and
strength. Three bottles o f Electric Bitters
cured him.
Eeward Shephead, Harr isburg, 111., had a
running sore on his leg o f eight years’ stand­
ing. Used three bottles o f Electric Bitters
and seyen boxes of Bucklen’s Arnica Salve,
and his leg is sound and well. John Speaker,
Catawba, O., had five large Fever sores on his
A dinner was served, the first eaten in
leg, doctors said he was incurable. Oue bot­
tle Electric Bitters and one box Bucklen's ar- the new dining-room, and judging by
hica Salve cured him entirely. Sold at C. B the remarks after it was eaten, never
N e w M a il B a g .
The new mail bag invented by Post­
master Williams, of Long Branch, is
likely to prove a great success. Clay
Woolley has applied for a patent on the
same, having bought an interest in the
new invention.
A description of the
bag was sent to the Scientific American
last week, and on Monday Mr. Wooley
received from the editor of that paper
a photograph o f the mail-bag and a letter
highly commending the same.
The
paper will undoubtedly publish a full
description and cut of the invention.
If the government should take hold of
the matter Messrs. Williams and Woolley
will realize a fortune from their enter­
prise.
P e a n u t Soup.
Take about a quart ot freshly roasted
peanuts ; shell, taking care that none of
their inside brown skin is left on the
nuts. Now pound them thoroughly in a
mortar until the whole forms a cake.
Boil steadily in two quarts of water or a
litllc more if found necessary for four
hours, using for slock, a liambonc and,
if available, the remnants of the last
pair of ducks. Skim off the oi 1and serve
were so many chantiably-disposed peo­
P'P*nff hot. 1 his is said to be a cheap
M A R R IE D ,
ple assembled together. They were, in
and most nourishing soup.
fact,
as
proven,
not
only
by
their
words
Me ULURE-JOHN SON.—At Toms River
Jan. us, by Lev. E. M. Ogden, Mr. Win. I ' but by thei** deeds, veritable good $omA G R E A T W IN T E R H OTEL.
McClure and Miss Sarah R. Johnson, both 0{ aritans.
The Lakewood four horse coach was
| in town on Tuesday.
Toms Rivr r.
Mr. and Mrs. Burr, of Brooklyn,
[spent Sunday in town.
Very O bl.gn g.
T h ere is a tradesm an in this village
w ho occasion a lly g e ts o ff a good thing.
T he fa ct that he is innocent of any
Edgar Decker, son of J. E. Decker, Intent to joke adds fo r ce to his com ical
sayings. The oth er da y a lady oalled at
jipent Sunday last in town.
his place o f b usin ess and a sk ed :
“ H ave y ou sp itto o n s ?”
Chas. T. Patterson, of Philadelphia,
“ E h?” said the m erchant prloking up
|spent a day in town last week.
h is ears.
" Can you show m e a spittoon?” re­
The protracted meetings in the M. E. p ea ted the lady, in a high key.
Echurch are being largely attended.
’ ’ N o ,’’ said the m erchant, "I.-h a v e
n oth in g o f the k in d :” " b u t . he added
William P. Kirk has just completed h osp ita bly , " You can sp it in the coal
|his 14 foot yacht. She’s a beuaty.
h o d ,"
T h e listeners chu ckled audibly, and
The pay train on the Central Rail- the lady sm iled and to o k a hasty depart­
Iroad passed through town on Friday ure.—R ichm ond, M aine, Bee.
Dr. I. C. Schureman, is very ill at his
Presiden.ee on Main street.
I last.
The matron, Julia A . Wert, assisted
b y a number of ladies, served the din­
ner in as satisfactory a manner as could
be wished for. It was a dinner as would
be expected in the home o f any comfor­
tably situated farmer with a good ap­
petite and the means to gratify it.
It
was greatly enjoyed, judging by the way
it was partaken of, and at its completion,
George W. Ilammell, the President of
the Odd Fellows’ Home A ssociation,
addressed those assembled and took o ccasion to thank many of the number for
favors bestowed.
One of the features of the home is an
enclosed veranda with a southern
expasure, heated by steam, that is made
b y the inmates a common sitting room
these days. It is inclosed with glass.
When the home was opened it could
accommodate but ten persons. There
are now twelve inmates, and six persons
have only been awaiting the enlargement
to come there. The capacity since the
enlargement is for forty persons.
Both Mistaken.
T h e tw o men had oooupied the sam e
There was not one letter unclaimed in
sea t in a railw ay coa ch fo r half a day,
Ithe Toms River post office, week ending and th e train had reached Its destina­
■ Jan. 20, 1891.
tion . ” I am in debted to y ou , sir, for an
agreeable conversation that has greatly
Rev. Mr. Cook, of the Presbyterian relieved the m onotony o f a long Journey.
Btkurch, preached in the M. E church M a y I ask you r nam e? ” ** Certainly, my
nam e Is Sullivan.” (Jocosely) “ Not Mr.
Tuesday evening.
Sullivan o f B o s to n ?” “ Yes, I reside In
Jack Grant who has been ill, is able B oston .” " W h a t l N o t----- ’’ (Haughtily)
“ N o, s ir ! I am a co lle g e professor.”
On the 5th ‘instant, Mrs. Henrietta
.0 be out again, and his many friends “ B eg pa rd on . P erm it m e to introduoe
are pleased to see him.
m yself. My nam e is C row ley." (Smil­ Otis came to the home. She is the first
in gly) “ N ot Mr. C row ley o f New York? ”
Rev. E. M. Ogden, pastor of the “ Y es, New York la m y hom e." " W h a t ! woman who ever was admitted to an Odd
Fellow ’s Home. When a man becomes
aptist church, preached in the M. E, N o t ----- " (H otly) “ N o, s ir l I sm the
president o f a bank , e l r ! " (Coldly) infirm, and is a member of a lodge that
church, of this town, on M onday night.
“ .G ood-day, a ir." (F rigidly) " G o o d - belongs to the Odd Fellows’ Home A s­
A large oak tree that has stood for a d a y .” —Arkansaw Traveler.
number of years just the other side of E,
A. Gulick s tin store, was cut down on
Monday.
Itoaa! Pride.
. / ‘ W here are all th e prominent citi­
zens th is m orning?” asked a tourist o f
o f tha Oklahom a H ouse.
Theo. Ford, the Water street tailor, th"e Ilandlord
dunno. p r e sla e ty ," w as the reply.
has put in a new window in his shop ; it “ Y o u see, last night, th e boys took a
is in two pieces. The upper half being hose th ief out t o the tree where th ey
alius hang 'em, an’ lo an’ behold they
colored glass.
fou n d a new com er had cut it down.
Rev. D. C . Cobb, pastor of the Silver- T h e hoaa thief happened t o know w h o
d on e it T hey’re after him, now, the
ton church, preached a very able sermon h oss th ie f leading th e pursuit. He's
^ 2 large and attentive andience in the got a heap o f ioca i pride, even if he
d oes steal. I f th e y ketoh the fellow
h E. church Sunday morning last.
th ey ’ll be apt t o str in g him up an’ turn
List Sunday was a peculiar day. the h oss thief loose. W e air a people
here were as many different kinds of who like t o encou rage piiblic spirit.” —
Colum bus Press.
leather as there were hours in the day,
*nd not one of them agreeable. There
*as snow and then rain and viceversa.
We
lflth— Balled «ohr. William
T O M IS S E T H E L G O W D Y .
n
r
£ r?ri* m™ ' 1?thcalled schr.
Graoe Seymour, Holmes, New Bodferd, 18th.
*rriJ®d sobra. Kate B. Oadsn, Edgell, New
COUNTY EXAMINER TILTON AND
3Shk I f i S 1 *
Southard Prorldeooe
*sf*jr*r ? * * & • A- Holme*, Hluto,
PSON. DILLINGHAM THINK THAT
wd «»erf*tlo »en to teks orders for tbs
work complete In ten volutnss and aold
»b#v® - monthly payments. Costains the
«nrii*of GansraU Grant, Bbemao, Sbaridan
H»neoek, Crawford, McOlallan and Cnstar
nhural tanns* Grandest thing in raean & * t e K 4 T h o S ^ ’4o
P,0,11*n0*L1^ ,
w 0 hara several salesman at w c ~
BBBMUIJi. HUNDRED V s . J.n. 14
clear fifty dollars weekly. Ob as.
Bsllad « t r , J. J. Pharo, Bhaatsl N.ir lork.
* Co., 8 East 14th 8t.. Kew York.
n
N2 2 £ ? I? i
IB-Anrlnd Fsunle
H. itiw srt Laa. N«w Turk. Doth Arrlrud
w n*T —Tueeday morglngon Main or Water •ckr Henry U. Grant Sutpbln, Perth Amboy,
T i s u 'a red s\Tk hankercbief. with white Sailed echr. H o n r d . Willie ,., Bridgeport.
MirVdota. A reward is offered for its reNEWPOBT NEWS Ve. Jen. 17-Selled
•chr, Herman B. Odgen.
S S t o S S i. N. S.ROBERTB.
HARRINGTON, New York 90th. Sailed
or SALE— a Shipman steam boiler, 2U •chr. John Brown. Brown New York.
NEW HAVEN, Jan. 14—-Sailed •chr*.
horse power, with atornizors, oil tank and
.wrvthlnif complete. Will be sold cheap Nellie W. Craig Holme*, Philadelphia
Agnes* Manning Blrdtall, Perth Amboy 15th.
Apply at the COURIER OFFICE.______
Arived achre Hattie V . Aeleey, BrJgga, Nor­
t mRlCYCLES ann bicycles for sale at a liber folk, A. A. Shaw Morgan, do. E. e . fiirdsail
Chamber* do. 18th. Sailed »chr Hattie V.
X ttl discannt on wnolesale cost prled; ^Ap
Kelsey. Brlggi. Norfolk 90th, Bailed *ebr
f ply to NEW JER 8EY COURIER OFFICE.
A. A. 8haw„ Morgan. Norfolk.
BRIDGEPORT. CL, Jan. 14-8ailed *chr.
A POUNDS OF PAPER FOB SALE
D , Chamber*, Green, Philadelphia.
! 5 0 0 AT THI8 OFFICE. Will be sold
CHARLESTON, 8. C., Jan. 19-Arrlved.
cheap by the single pound or larger quantity.
J' bewta, Townsend, Baltimore.
H. «fc T . Blenderman, Row, do. 20th arrived
ANTED.—The people's Building, Loan •chr. Elizabeth A. Balzley, Townsend. Balti­
and Saving Association requires the more.
i MrTice o f a Reliable Man to repreaent them
X a,» ^an* 14—Sailed *chr.
! \aour'place. Thu u a good position for the Ellen Tobin, Hankins, New York,
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 19—Cleared schrs.
I ritriit parly who must be able to famish anez
coptienale references. Write at once to. 9t James G. Beecher, Rnasel, Providence; J. B.
AS D BEEBE, General Mgr., Trenton, N .J Cairing ton, Anderson, Bridgeport. 30, ar­
rived schr. Nellis W . Craig, Bmith, New
ORSALE—The highest grade of Wondoes Haven.
blood phosphate.^ CHEAP.
PERTH AMBOY, Jan. 14—Arrived ichrs
l„p ,,io rto rjrM. . nd ^ a c r g ».iBLDi
Howard H. Han*eom, Holmes, Bermuda
Hundred; Henry H. Grant, Stupbln, New
I ? r-k * u ! 7', arriI ed “ hr- Agnes Manning,
COMPETENT, reliable lady wishes poai Blrcsall to Joad for Portland. Sailed echr.
Henry H. Grant, 8taphln, Norfolk.
tion as house-keeper.
Reference
PROVIDENCE, R. I., Jan. 18th.—Arrived
| dunged.
Addbkss, Reliable , Box
schr. John B. Manning, Blrdaallr sailed
fManasquan, N. J •
schr. John B. Manning, Baltlmere; 19,
sailed schrs. Carrie 8. Hart, Southard, Balti­
| to m jl r i v e r p o s t o e f i c e . more John D, Williams, Curtis, do.
RICHMOND, Va., Jan. 17th—Arrived schr.
MAILS CL OSE FOR
Peter C. Schultz, Lewer, New York.
New York and points north, 7,86 A, m .
SAVANNAH, Ga., Jan. 14th.—Arrived schr.
New York and all points north of Manchester Harriet C. Kerlin, Shaw, Baltimore; 17th.
arrived echr. Sarah D . Fell, Loveland, Port
[ ».55 A. M. 3.06 P. M.
Manchester, Bayvllle, Cedar Creek, Forked Royal.
| River, Waretown, points between Manchester
I ami Bridgeton, 9.66 A. M.
Philadelphia, Washington, Southern and
[ western States, points between Toms River and
[ Camden, Island Heights, Trenton and Southern
l Jersey T.30 A. M. 3.46 P. M.
Points between Seaside Park and Point Plea\ s»nt,8.66 A . M .
Whitings and Tuckerton, and points between,
[ 3.46 P. M.
SUvertonand Bursvllle 8.00 A. M., Tuesday,
‘ Thnrsilarand Saturday.
Registered mail, 9.80 a . M.
HE IESI MOST STORT,
A D octor's L t p m i U * | * a
F air patient—W hat Is the matter w ith
me?
Won. E. O. Chapman, State Superin­
Popular M. D .—L e t m e see your tongue.
F . P .—W ell 1
tendent of public schools, has declared
P . M. D. (a b sen t-m in d ed ly )-! think It
1 at children are not compelled by-laws
needs e good, lon g rest.
Dr otherwise to draw water, haul coal or
F . P .—W hat d o y o u mean, sir !
P . M D —Beg pardon- T mean y»*t
tweep out public schools at the command
seed a good, lon g re s t.—Pittsburg Bul­
m their teacher.
sociation, he is not separated from his
companion of a lifetime, but she may ac­
company him to the home and share his
company during their declining days.
T h e home people do not believe in
separating those whom God has joined
together.
AMERICAN FREEMASONARY.
Recent investigations made by the
Grand Lodge of New Jersey, Free and
Accepted Masons, bring to light facts
which go far toward substantiating the
claim that New Jersey is the "cradle of
American Freemasonary.”
The first
commission for an American organization
w as issued to Daniel Coxe a large prop r it tor o f West Jersey lands. This com­
mission was dated 1730, but there has
been found no record of any lodge being
organized under its provisions.
FORMAL
OPENING ON SATURDAY O F
TH E LAKEWOOD.
The famous new million dollar hotel,
"T h e Lakewood” opened with a banquet
on Saturday evening. The Lakewood is
the largest hotel in New Jersey, and one
of the largest in the country. It is built
o f brick and iron, and is perfect in all
modern conveniences, electric lights,
artesian Jweil water steam heating,
elevators, &c. It is not only the largest
but the finest and altogether most magnificient house in the country, with the
possible exception of one or two at St.
Augustine, in Florida. The furnishing
o f the house is in keeping with the build­
ing. It is; one of the costliest and most
superb character, but pervaded by a
chase simplicity. There is no where any
sign of garish display. Everything is
beautiful and artistic, showing the most
refined taste.
The main building of the hotel has a
frontage of 465 feet, and there is a quarter
of a mile of glass inclosed and steamheated piazzas and sun parlors, embel­
lished with plants and flowers.
A large number oi prominent people
were invited to the opening banquet
Among those present were Governor
Abbett, Hon. B. F. Lee, General
Donnelly, John Moses, J. L. Murphy
and Wm. Cloke, of New Jersey. Among
the distinguished New Yorkers present
were Mayor Grant, Colonel Fellows,
David Bonner, St. Clair McKelway,
Cyrus Edson, H. H. Boycsen, Nothan
and Oscar Strauss, Alex. Hamilton and
scores of others.
The banquet, of course, was a very
fine affair. The causine of the Lakewood
Is under the charge of the late chef at
Delmonico’s. The dining room was a
sight. It is probably the handsomest
hotel dining-room in the country, and
was specially decorated with flowers,
&c., for the occasion. Mr. Thompson,
the Vice-President of the company, pre­
sided, and responses to sentiments were
made by Mayor Grant, Governor Abbett,
St. Clair McKelway, Prof. Pockway,
and Colonel Fellows. These were all
of a high order, and were warmly ap ­
plauded. Governor Abbett, was partic­
ularly felicitious.
He promised the
most cordial hospitality on part of the
State and its citizens towards the invest­
ment o f millions by New York capitalists
in the waste places of New Jersey.
fflg m
Surfman Lewis K . Crane, of Bay
Head station, had an encounter a t the
Inlet on Sunday morning with a seal.
This animal has been seen here several
times, but lias evaded capture.
Keeper Charles D . Stephens, o f Corsons Inlet, desires to express thanks to
Miss Mary Scott B oyd , o! Newberg, N.
Y ., for a quantity o f reading matter
which was received onj^ie 8th inst.
Capt. Joel Ridgway and Alexander S.
Chandler, of Bam egat City station, were
called to New Y o rk on Wednesday to
give testimony in the suit of owners o f the
schooner Francis P. H allockvs. schooner
Vennor.
Last summer Capt. >Vatson Irons’
sloop was damaged while transporting
shad to market. H e received notice on
Wednesday that his case would be
brought up for trial at ten o’clock on
that day. It was impossible for him to
reach New York in time and the case
may-go over.
Capt. John W. Edwards, of Spermaceti
C ove station, received word from the Or­
dinance Department on Monday to get
out of the range o f a 12-inch rifled canon
about to be tested at Sandy Hook.
T h e music of an 8oo- pound cannon ball
whizzing through the air was b y no
means comforting to Capt. Edwards and
his crew.
1•» * *
BAT HAD.
Dr. Mount returned from his trip |o Colon
00 Tnusday.
Novel Set o f D om in os.
Capt. Stephen F . Bills, of this town,
has in his possession, one of the most
novel set of dominos that we have ever
seen. They are m ade from pieces of
twenty-eight different wrecks that hav e
come ashore on the A llan tic coast between
Barnegat Inlet and Point Pleasaat. They
were made by Capt. Charles Tilton, oi
Life Saving Station, No.— . It has taken
him ten years to collect the lot. They
have all been smoothed off very nicely
and the spots put on with red paint.
Th e pieces and the wrecks, they are made
from are as follows : 6-6, Aryshire ; 6-5,
New York ; 6-4, M inerva ; 6-3, M ary C .
Town ; 6-2, James R . Buelly ; 6-1, David
M . Smith ; 6-0, R . Carlos Alberts ; 5-5,
Eliza Jane; 5*4> Clara C. F re y ; 5-3,
James H. E lm e ll; 5-2, Porter; 5.1,
Meditator; 5-0, D avid S. Tollick ; 4-4,
Magdaina; 4-3, Margarette and L u c y ;
4-2, Five Sisters ; 4-1, Martha J. Grang e r; 4-0, George Tonland ; 3-3, L. N.
M cKenzie; 3-2, James Jones ; 3-1,
Albertina; 3-0, M eta ; 2-2, May H aley ;
2-1, Wentz; 2-0, John Sherwood; 1-1,
L . & A. Babcock ; 1-0, A. H. Edwards ;
0-0, Formosa.
We were not able to ascertain the
captains names nor the dates.
The
Eliza Jane was partly owned by Capt.
Bills.
H°.r8crcu R E D
H o o d 's Sarsap arilla
turned to their home In New York City, on
Sunday last.
The.storm and thaw of last Suuday ieft the
streets in a delightful state .o f
mud
and slush. Later on when they froze up they
reminded us forcibly of the fact (hat this life
is full o f ups and downs.
D o es E x p e r i e n c e C o u n t ?
NEWHOM
E
9
./TWOlNffiBWli
*TS*i|Ni!£5T!
»W PW W
M
° U’ N' J* B" at
^
'LeaVe iSATONTOWN.at 6.60 and 10.08 A. x „ and
3.03 p. u . Sundays at 10. r.o a. m .
L a k e w o o d , at 7.35 aud 10.42 a . a. j .sb
and 6.06 p. a . Sundays at 11.90 a . m .
«iu?«nS MANCHESTER, at 7.65 and 11.00 a. m.,
SA8andO .tor.11. Sunday a at 11.88 a . m .
BARNEGAT, at 6.65 and 9.80 a .
2.40
and 6.10 p, it. Sundays. 2.10 p. w
J. H. OLHAU8EN,
G on ’l Sup’t.
II. P. BALDWIN.
U ou’l Pass. Ax
:< n . o w t o P
IS UNIOS SqUASLXY •»<
o s
FO R SALE B Y
sauM.uk.
D AYS
Q U E E N & CO., of Philadelphia.
MORE
w ill send their Specialist on the oyo *
T O T O M S R IV E R ,
rjp H E COLDEST part of winter is yet to come.
Some merchants think the best part of Winter
is passed because the holidays are over.
me.
Not so with
The time to sell goods is all the time.
Acting
on this belief I announce a special Six Days’ Sale of
STORM COATS,
UNDERWEAR,
He will be at the
OCEAN HOUSE,
S o n k M A. M. to 5 P. M., and will make
9* " O CHARGE to examine your eyes. 9
Messrs, qttrew a Co. com bine the skill of
the oculist and the mechanical ability of the
optician it* one person, nnd thus secure to
tnelr patrons unexcelled optical sorvico
without the usual expense. As an oculist
their_ representative correctly determines
the cause o f any eye trouble and prescribes
tne proper treatment and glasses. As aoptic mu be adjusts the glasses prescribeIn such a manner that they w ill be In the
correct position before the eyes, that they
snail not cut or Injure tbe face, and that
they shall present a neat and Inconspicuous
a n d ewt r y pair 0 / olosse* ortUrrrd Is guar­
a n teed b y Queen dS Qo.
C to be
* ----- —
satisfactory.
QUEEN * CO.
P L E N T Y o f other seasonable garments at prices
(hat will insure their speedy sale.
W E D N E S D A Y , J A N . 2 8 , ’9 1.
A R A R E O P P O R T U N IT Y
will thus be offered to those whoso eyes re­
quire attention te have them cared tor.
T h o w x t m ln a t lo n la e n t i r e l y FREE.
CHILDREN’S SUITS,
JACKETS,
Don’ t fail to
drop in and inquire the price of any thing you may
^* 0
. 1111.#, a.nnil
ll n
t l.l
Otmllsta
d O
p tic
ia.n
n s. ,
994 Cl-ESTNUT 8t ., PniLA.
p U B U C SA LE
---- OF—
STOCKS & FARM IMPLEMENTS
want in my line.
The follow .o t stock and farm implements will
ne sold at public sale at ths farm of Enoch
Jonea, situated about half u m lle from Forked
River, on
MORRIS COHEN,
W E D N E S D A Y , J a n . 28th, 1891.
FAM OUS FOR L O W E S T PRICES IN T O W N .
LIVfi STOCK.
One gray horse, good work and driver ;oae bsy
•asre. Use driver and worker; one colt, nlue
months oM ; four Jersey cow s, heavv ia caif. two
hetfer cslfa, Jersey stock; so nice shore.
It does, in ovary line o f business, and es­
pecially in compounding and preparing
medicines. This is illustrated m the great
superiority of Heod’s Sarsaparilla over other
preparations, as shown by tue remarkable
cures it has accomplished.
The head of the firm o f C. I. Hood A Co.
is a thoroughly competent and experienced
pharmacist, having devoted bis whole life to
the study sod actual preparation o f msdicines.
He is also a member ot the Massacbasctts and
American Pharmaceutical Association, and
continues actively devoted to supsprising the
preparation of and managing the business
connected with, Hood's 8arsaparllla.
Hence the superiority and peculiar merit of
Hood's Sarsaparilla is built upon the most
substantial foundation.
In its preparation
then M represented ail the knowledge which
modern research in medical science has
developed, combined with long experience
bralnwork, and experiment
It Is only
nscccfsaiy to give tbii medicine a fair trial to
realize its great curative valne.
ATLANTIC CITY, at 8.06 a . u . t.fO P. M.
hB D BANK, at 0.40 ami 9.66 a . a. 2.66
M d S M p , wr Sundays at 10.40 a . M.
SIX
BAYVILM .
Messrs, Howard and Fiuu Potter will build
two handsome cottages on tbelr lots near tbe
Town Hall In the spring.
Wm. Ellis who was taken suddenly 111 with
ia grippe on Monday last Is improyinK-l
Mrs. Laura Brockaway, has returned home
from a two weeks visit in Newark.
Mrs. Annie Taifhorst, o f Bay View, N. J.,
is visiting friends in this place.
John Allgor has rented part of the Johnson
cottage and will more soon.
Mr. O. Lawrencs has returned from an ex­
tended trip on Long Island.
Miss Jcsiie Allen has been visiting friends
at Forked River,
Mr. BenJ. Irons Is visiting at Sea Bright.
Miss L. L. Lawerence has been visiting
friends at Bay Side, L, 1.
SCROFULA
Mr. Cooper aud fatully^are occupy lag their
aotteffu hero while superintending some
repairs.
M to tltit topmll, lo uw blood,
uUt, V. R. Krrlcksoo u A family have moved ram-jlating in u ,. H u d . ot u>. n«okt |
lute u Portion of Mr. K. B . Chadwick’s
lump, o t iwoUlo^,' M ia
•aosoo painful running sores on the arms,
° f last; which developea ulcers In the
Mr. Julios Foster has a gang o f non at
IMPORTANT 1IAPPMHNGS FAITHFULLY
work ripalriog the talk-beads ami board •jos, oars, or dcjb, often causing blindness or
CHRONICLED-—YOUR FRIENDS AND
doafneos; which is the origin of pimples, canwalks on tha front.
NEIGHBORS— WHAT THE “ COURIER”
Work 00 Mr. J. M. Chadwick's new build- •«rou» growths, or ths many ether nuubtestfr
ttona a n a lly ascribed to ” humors ;•» which,
ng is programing favorably, and the frame Is fastening upon the lungs, causes consumption
KNOWS ABOUT THEM.
already endosaed,
and death- Being the most ancient, it is tho
The orow of the Bay Head Ufa-saving most general of all diseases or affections, for
[We have correspondents tn nearly every town
In Ocean county, and we are almlnt to eatab lien ■tetlon enjoyed a visit from the Rev. J , H. vary tow persons are entirely free from it.
correspondents
in
ovei
*'n
r
y
*town, village and bam- Magee who dined with them on Thursday.
let in the county. If there
are any places not
— —
Ths foundation for the new boarding
represented tn theae columns we won:
would be pleasoti to receive news from the same.r
house is being laid by T. A. Newman, of
Point Pleasant. ,A portion o f tha lumber
bbnnktt ' b mills
By taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, which, by
tho remarkable cures it has accomplished,
Miss Annie Layton fell on the ice and is already on thogronnd.
often when other medicines have failed, has
bruised two o f her teeth one day last week.
BABNAOAT.
proven itself to be a potent and peculiar
Mia* Emma Ad?tns, employed in the
George Peak, our single policeman now medlclno for this disease. Soma o f these
family o f Conover II. Clayton, o f Harmony, wears a uniform.
•wos suro really wonderful- If you suffer from
fell on Wednesday of last wock, as she was
Squire Ktmuor R. Wilis Is convalesclug scrofula, be sure to try Hood’ s Sarsaparilla.
stepping from a farm wagon »ud fractured from his recent attack of typhoid fever.
"
daughterMarywas afflicted with scrof­
her arm.
Manners Lodge, No. 180, F. A. M., elected ulous sore neck fromthetime she was XImonths
Last Sunday was a very bad day for our and installed tbe following officers, for the old till she became six years ot age. Lumps
long distance beaux to turn out. It afforded ensuing year: L. W. Bugbee, W . M .; J. C. formed Ur her neck, and one o f them after
a good opportunity for the girls to utullze Bennett, 8 . W .; E. R. Wills, J. W . ; L. Fox. growing to the size of a pigeon’s egg, became
their second beet youug men who lived near Treasurer; J. a. Storms, Secretary ; R. M. a running sore for over three years, Wegave
by.
Collins, Chaplain JW. H. toast, 8. D .; D. Van bar Hood's Sarsaparilla, when the lamp and
Borne of oa r residents got quite excited Cleaf, J. D.; W . O. Conrad, M. o f C.; W. F- all Indications ot scrofula entirely dii.
appeared, and now ihe seems to be a healthy
cencerniug the opening of the Hotel Lakewood Randolph, M. o f 0.; W. W. Fonst, Tyler. A shlld.'* J. b . Oabule , Nauright. N. J.
last week thinking their presence was indls- collation was served after the installation, of
N.BL Bo sure to get only
penslble on that occasion. Those who were which many partook.
FOURS RIVER.
the most "rattled” were from New Prospect.
With much regret we have to report tbe BoMbyaUdragslits. fl; sixfor #6. Prspandcmly
WABBTOWN.
by O. L HOODA 00., Apothseartss, LowsU, Mas*.
dangerone and sadden iUneas of Mrs. Joseph
Miu Lena Birdaall Is quite 111.
IOO Dote* One Dollar
Parker, wife o f the well known and popular
Miss Katie ylslted oar place last week.
proprietor o f the Layfeyette boose. At lest
Rumor u a ball Is to be given in Red Men's
Hall in the near tntnre. This is pleasant news. account* her condition seemed slightly im- 0 B N T B A L R. B. OF MEW JKHSK1.
pioved.
The roll o f honor of the primary school for
NKW JERSEY SOUTHERN D1VIMION.
Mrs Jane Bunnell met with a painful ac­
the past week Is as follows: Maggie Jones,
cident
last week. By an unlucky step she Throuarh Coaches to New Y ork -R edu ced
Mary Morse, Jole Pradmore and Anthony
Mmtes, 4 ulck Time, w ith but one
sprained her ankle badly.
cnaiiKC ot Caro, to
Bowker.
myhti .b .
Philadelphia.
A "Chowder Bnpper" Is to be glvsn it
Fr. PLEASANT.
Parkers Hall on next Friday evening.
T im e T a b l e In effect D e c e m b e r 1 2 , l g y o ,
Who stole, the turkey ?
Miss Carri* Tilton has returned home from
TRAINS LEAVB TOM8 RIVER
Ask Councilman Lower bis opinion.
her visit to New York.
Edward Lavance has ths foundation up for
r*n°ot1^ J V« YOvK,1Ellza,,eth and Newark, all
With pleasure we sanonnee the advent of s
a* T-8® New York only, ami 10.07 a .
3.16
Mr. William Cnrtls’ new cottage.
and 6.48 r . u . Sundays B.21 p. u .
•on m the family of John Jeffery and one to .J 5 ° ; ARNEGAT, at 8.10 and 11.17 A. M., 4.03
It Is reported that there was a railroad
and M l r . i f . Sundays 11.66 a . a .
’ '
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Andrews.
spotter in town on Thursday of this week.
MANCHESTER, KED
Tbs sapper given test week by the Presby­ BANK
Mr. Albert Moss, of Trenton, was In Point
*■ M- s.“ ' “ «»•**.. *•
Sundays 3 zi p. m.
terians was very successful.
Pleasant on Thursday, looking after his new
For
EATONTOWN,
LONG
We learn that Mr. Stout Parker is much 10.07 A. M.. 8.16 and 6.46 t\ M. ' BRANCH, Ac., at
cottage.
.For ^ATL a NTIC CITY, GLA88BORO, WILworse ogalu. His daughter Mrs. C. Bower,
Harry Dickson is vislllug at Long Branch
v t m i .a^7-!1®A- “ • and if.fiTr. m!
of Point Plaosant U with him.
this week. He expects (0 start for WilkesndLmi1?ttiL
4NDRiver
,’, 1BR,!)OEToN'
Ac->avmbertend
a____
na
and Maurice
Branch, at 7.86
. m. and
HORNEBSTOWK.
bare, Pa., next week.
3.16 P. K.
David
Occdcrham,
of
Trenton,
la
now
visit­
All the ico houses in this community have
a ,^ °L PIIILADE*'PIIIA: vl* W inslow Junction
at 7.35 a . m. and 8.16 p. m.
been filled this season, so there is no prospect ing with Albert E. Barker, o f this place.
RETURNING
Lost Wednesday, Mrs. Robert Black, of
of an ice famine in Point Pleasant next sum­
Cream Ridge, spent the day with her mother .f*®ave NEW YORK, foot of Liberty 8t., N. H..
mer.
„
a
rail,at
4.45
and
8.16 a . m., 1.30and 4.20 p. a.
We are pleased to state that Samuel Max- Miss Hannah Crsnmer.
Sundays at 9.00 A. u.
gg. l.&o
Tbe widow o f Daniel Hopkins had s slight I fJ T J NBWARK. Broiu, 8t>< at g 2a
son had so far recovered from his recent in­
and
4.0S
p.
U.
Sunday
0 05 a . m .
juries as to be able to come down town on stroks o f paralysis on Sunday last. 8bo is
Pier 8 South Wharves,
now much better.
lYodnesday.
Delaware River, st 8.00 a. u „ 4.00 p. m.
NEWS FROM ALL THE TOW NS
B Y SPECIAL CORRES­
PONDENTS.
A Sad B e r e a v e m e n t.
Otis K. Carmichael, eldest son o f I.
W . Carmichael, E sq ., died at the resi­
dence of his parents, on Main street, in
this town on Sunday night last. He was
born April 16, 1868, and consequently
was in the twenty-third year of his age.
W hile at school at the Eastman College
in 1888 at Poughkeepsie N. Y ., of which
he was a graduate, he took a severe
cold, and came home staying all Winter.
In the Fall of 1889 he accepted a respons­
ible position in the ticket office o f the
Pennsylvania Railroad at Philadelphia.
While here he was taken with the La
Grippe which he never got over and it
eventually developed into consumption.
H e was a Christian young man and much
respected in this community: His early
death is a crushing blow to his bereaved
parents, who have the sincere sympathy
o f the community in this the sorest of
earths’ trials.
Th e funeral services,
which took place on Wednesday after­
noon at 2 o'clock, at the residence o f his
parents, were largely attended and were
MANASQUAN.
the occasion of the manifestation of much
The tace» o f the ice meu have a weary luuk
sympathy for the afflicted family. The just now
Bey. J. Lenpple and family spent tbe great­
services were conducted by Rev. R . B.
Stephenson. Six young men,’ friends ot er part o f this week at their old home at Fair
Haven.
the deceased, acted as bearers. Inter­
The Misses Hattie and Jennie Osborn, who
ment was made in Riverside cemetery.
hayo been visiting friends In Manasquan, re­
T h e orginal New Jersey lodge was the
S t John’ s lodge, which was formed at
letin.
New
ark on May 13, 1761. The second
IodaotiTo
Boa*—
tag
'*
^ome °* our street crossings are in a
Pr>’ bad condition, especially the one in l G lbbe—“ K ickshaw Is younger then w as organized at Elizabethtown in 1762.
kin w ife. Isn’t he?”
B-Qnt ° * the residence of
Mrs.Russeti.
Russell,onon D lm m lck—” Y e a ; b u t he doesn't like In 1763 a third lodge was instituted at
Mrs.
Princeton, while in 1767, a fourth re­
am street We iaw a young lady step It know n. H ow d id y en fl«4 It out?"
There ia more Catarrh in this section of the
G lbbe—" F r o m K lokshaw him self.”
ceiv ed its birth at Basking Ridge.
n one of the boards, which was loose,
The Lakewood company owns about country than all other diseases put together
D lm m lck—“ Im p ossib le 1”
T hroughout the Revolutionary w ar the
l"‘1 «ct »" Ufly fall. This should be
Gibbs—" Y e s; he told me that e man
* nntU the last t e w years was supposed to
1000
acres
of
land
around
the
hotel,
and
ttended to.
ought to merry n women six years kin ord er in N ew Jersey was w ell represented
be incurable. For a great many years doc­
Junior."—Judge.
am on g the officers o f the Am erican army, there are between 10 and 20 miles of tors pronounced it a local disease, and
a regular meeting of the Toms
and three o f its members were signers o f forest drives throught the odorous pi nes. prescribed local remedies, and by constantly
- >ci Cornet Band, the following officers
failing te core with local treatment, pronoun­
the National Constitution, namely ; G ov­
Customer (looking at some neckties).
L i f e S a v i n g N o te s.
! re e l e c ^
Pres., Daniel Hoffmire ; —A dollar. Can't yon show me some­ ernor William Patterson D avid Rraarly
ced it incurable. Science has proven catarrh
•ce-Pnes., John B. Cornelius; Secro- thing cheeper?
The new boat wagon from Shark R iver to be a coosUtoUotial disease, and therefore
„
and Jonathan Dayton.
Hall's
Clark. Bat you ha^e always paid H E
station has been transferred to Harvey requires constitutional treatment.
lrys Samuel Williams ; Treas., Ed. E.
Catarrh tnre, manufactured by F. * . Cheney
before, sir.
Cedars
station.
ltteon ; Leader A. J. Grant ; Trustees. ■CuaU>niei.—X
T h e P u lp it e n d t h e S t a g e .
am getting these for m y
A Co- Toledo. Ohio. Is tfwonfy coostftntfona!
Surfman J . V . Sutton, who recently
ph Becker, George S. Bunnell and wife.—Clothierlnnd Furnisher.
Rev. t . M. Shrjat, Pastor Utiled Brsthrsrcure cu the market. It Is taken internally
arT7 T . Hagaman.
Cbarch, Blue Mound. Kan., says: "1 feel it lost his wife and a son, has again been la team from 13 drops to a tesgpocgfci If
a y daty to tell wbst woedert Dr. King’• New called hom e on account o f sickness.
acta directly upon the blood and ancons snrS . Johnson Jones fa* the theatre)— D tteoxcff has dose for ms. 1t j Lasg t ww*
They offer cm Imwdred
Surfman Charles Rundquist, o f Long fac*a at tx*
W k y d ^ t von respond to the mils for
C2ESS.
dona?* for any ease it fails to care. Seed for
ind*
warned
3
iarrs
“ Author?"
TVt
could
Bye
only
a
few
weeks.
I
took
five
bot­
W . Shakespeare Smith—Oh, I only
o t e if K , . *•* W“ f0b*dly b «n *d is the
steamer that was running dangerously
tel stable fire, was shot on Monday.
wrote It. Where are the upholsterer, tles o f Dr. Kings New Discovery and am near the beach.
F. J. CHENEY A C O . , Toledo, O
sound sad wefl. gaining 98 Ibe. in weight...
it ' 'T****—
on Moods? te beBd end the dressmakers, end the i
by Druggists, 75c.
£4 50 h a s been received fro m some o f
Arthar Love, Manager Love’s Fanny Folk*
^ w b a m o n ft a O a k Grove Hotel prop- painter, nnd the «
Combination, writes : "After n thorough trial the Kfc-«ave?r*g cre w s toward a fcn d fo r
Eva. G nat
and convincing enienes. I am confident Dr. tbe purchase o f a testimonial for the j
w tbe recipient of a
-Ummummommummuo.
W
alter
G
irl.Rise's New Discovery for Cownapuen, beus widow o f the late S. S. Cox.
P*rty Saturday
'«■* ail, ami earns when everything ntes fail*.
Gneet-Um m um m om *
C a pt J. H . Mulligan, o f Monmouth
The greatest kindness I m a do a y ™aay
aou rw tbs Has of a
thousand friends Is to urge them to try k. Beach station, reports the loss o f the
" * « - * • u*> tight for tfc.
Waiter Glri. W het did yon say, sir?
spar
buoy from the Shrewsbury Rocks.
yon did. Bring ’em Free trial bottles at C. B. Mathis' Drag Store
to eat off
Notice has been sent to Washington.
A k A * .—Good New s.
k
[VEITS IOCEII MTV,
WAGONS, IMPLEMENTS, ETC,
One light two horse open wsgon, one hors*
carryall wagon, one falling top, one rosd care
two nerse plow and one horse plow, three cultlvt;
tors, one new sell damp hay rake, hoes, seyklesj
etc., sc*, of double work harness, nearly new,
tWm s e ts o t Slugla ha, u cit, ooliats, i/iiJiet,
in te r s t fly nets. Ac. Conditions, under $*o,
sssfe. |«o and over a credit of six months will be
riven on note In hank with g ood approved secur­
ity. Sale to commence st I o ’clock P. M.
W. C. APPLEGATE.
CHARLES McCLEES,
TOMS RIVER, N.J.
E A L E R in hardware, Furniture, Clocks, Car­
D
pets, Oil Cloths, Glassware and Crockery,
Paints, Varnishes, Glass, Oils, Agricultural Imple­
ments, Eertilizers, Seeds.
E U R N IT U R E o f the latest improved styles and
patterns.
Parlor aud dining room suits.
Chamber
suits in black walnut or chestnut, or imitation oak
maple or fancy colors with black walnut trimmings.
C R O C K E R Y , china and glassware, in great vari­
ety, consisting o f dinner, tta and toilet set*.
Car­
peting, mattings and oi! cloths.
P A P E R hanging, a large and splendid assortment
to select tram.
Satin and plain papers of the new­
est designs and patterns,
Picture frames.
notes o r mtenesT.
IN C1IANCMY OF NEW JEKSKY.
T he Queen tuu h er b ox f o r th e present
eeaM n at Govent Gardao a t a cost o f six
guinea* a night.
To Ellin B. Lxabnso and Sana* X. Cc u m an
By virtu* of an order of the Conn of Chancer; ■
of Now Jersey. maue on the day of the date here­
of la a cause wberrtn Mar; JC. brail is eeinuteinant, ami too and other* are defendants, you are
“ Carmen Hi.v* " s a p s t h it “ m enstudy
a woman a« they study t h i tm. o u s t e r ;
bu t th ey do not undar«tend till the day
a fte rw a rd /’
II un nr before Ms twentyflfth day <f Janu -ry oexs, or in default thereof
a*Ml h.fl will he takt-u a* c »i!fes«ed against you.
Th* *ald Mil la fll>d to forroio** a certain mortfaff' made tty th - f t Id Anna M. FWueko- r to the
com.' ainanc. bearing dale ihe t •e.,ty.«f h d*v "f
A unu- i ' igh'een h ml.nl a> -j eighty Dv.- uml
covering'ai d*in hn lownnhip 01 Dortr lu the
County of Oct-Auand elate of N< w
*ud
youin«Kuid E!l*« K. Learned are made a party
defendant necau^e you reu *vereJ a judgment u
the New Jer*e Supreme Court against the Wi>
trsy’s Point Land and Improvement Company by
virtue thereof may have or claim to have uuine
lien upon the premlaea mentioned and describe"
In the Mid bill of complainant, and yon the Mid
Sarah B. Cushman are made a defendant because
yon own or claim to own a portion of Mid raort(r*god premise* and alao because you recovered a
judgment In the New Jersey Supreme Court
against The We*traySi Point Land and Improveincut Company and may by virtue of said jadg-
Some one , ba* >>*eu lut -t vi« w 'ug 1
country bookaeti r In Emcisn-I with an
extended busine***, «u<l i a rued lrom b in i
w hile the la ilea are reading a more
serious line of boohs, A rn old , Fronde,
and Lang, the m en are ta k in g t o novel
reading with a vengeance.
T he German Empress w ears J.-ivksta
g d dresses with a liberal display of
___ J, not only because o f th e ir beauty
b u t she hopes, b y pop u la risin g the
fsehion. to com pel m anufacturers to
g ir o employment to largo num bers of
export needlewomen who a re now un­
em ployed o r w orking for tow wage* at
lesslatrloete work.
Jfsw Turk buys more la ce than any
W e have secured property adjoining our new Store at
oth er city in the world, and there are
•aid to b e scores o f New Y ork ladies Thirteenth and Chestnut streets, and will begin the erection
w hose collections o f lace v a ry in value o f a large building.
In the Spring we shall rem ove our
from 123,000 to $80,000, T he Vanderbilts
possess Isoes which rival th e Prussian business in the Ledger Buildii g to the New Store, which is
and Austrian orown laces a n d are valued
Great Bargains
a t $500,000. The late lire . A s t o r bad s the most centrally located in Philadelphia.
laoe dress that coat $15,000, and another for Men and Boys before removal.
This large stock ol Suits
w as recently sold to an Am erican lad#
and Overcoats will be sold at Great Redu&ion in Prices.
f o r $26, 000,
In the Pocket Magazine fo r 181$ It
w ritten an article purporting to look
forward 600 years, snd g iv in g among s
list o f inventions then to bo completed
1 3 & Chestnut.
' ‘ a machine to im itate th e hum an voioe Gth & Chestnut.
Ledger Building.
New Store.
which w ill be w orked by m achinery in
th e manner o f a barrel organ. I t will be
called the vocal instrument, and w ill b#
used in the oburohea to ren d prayers."
W e have not waited the 500 years, but
the phonograph Is perfected, and though
it has n ot been used to read prayers in
tb e churches, It frequently reproduces
serm ons o f notoriety-loving pareone.
Miss Julia Bapploourt, o f Melbourne,
Australia, three years a go passed the
matriculation examination a t Melbourne
M 4 V mil Lacol Uraccfeu.
U niversity with honors in Greek and
French.
She w as then o n ly sixteen
years old. At tb e last exam ination for
tb e clerical division of tb e V ictoria olvll
service, when 1G7 candidates presented
them selves, Miss B appicourt took tbe
highest marks ever achieved in arith­
----------School o f--------m etic, securing 492 out of a possible GOO.
The ambitious young w om an Is desirous
BUSINESS, SH O R T H A N D
o f taking the M. A. degree, aad It Is
prophesied that she will em ulate Miss
and Typewriting.
B llcesco o f B oum aniasnd becom e the
first woman barrister of h er oountry.
Undoubtedly the most thoroughly equipA band of energetic P arisian ladiss, ped, the largest and most popular Busibeaded by Hmo, As tie ae Yaleayre. have
form ed themselves into a league for tbe ness Training School in New Jersey.
emancipation o f women from tb e differ­ There is no better anywhere.
Its advantage ovei all com ­
ent kinds of eooial thraldom u nder which
petitors is in its Course o f In­
th ey live. Tbe leaguers have declared
struction-Patronage and Pop­
w aragalust the priests because "th e
priest is a mortal adversary o f the im­
ularity— Method and M anage­
provem ent o f the condition o f woman,
m en t-Success o f its Graduates
and that every female w h o abets ths
— Building and Equipment—
abbes is an enem y o f h er se x ." Th#
and Satisfaction to Patrons.
w orthy wife o f an artillery officer has
A course at this College is
been reoently excom m unicated for
the best investment o f time and
founding an undertaking th e ob ject of
m oney, and sure to bring sub.
which le to make the career o f the easleLadleu, etc., arewarsiantial returns.
slastk-al student as pleasant and oom-------- tom. AtUireiu
36th annual session begins
foi-table as possible.
rockton, Maas. Held by
Sejjit. 2d , 1890.
Something o f the natural sim plicity of
Students Hand Book and
the Queen of England's taste may be
known by the plainness of h er attire, fur­
‘ •That Boy o f Ours," sent free
T O M S R I V E R , N . J,
niture, and surroundings, and by all
on application to
m atters connected with her table. A
m enu of the ordinary dinner served up
A. j. RIDER, Principal,
at the royal table contained a soup
which, translated from its high-sound­ Xaionio Temple.
Trenton, N. J
ing French menu, proved t o be simple
old-fashioned hotoh-potoh.
Flsb, en­
(N E W Y O R K . )
trees, only two In number, ohlokon cro­
quettes and collared veal In Jelly, venison
for 1 8 9 1 .
and roast goose, with oom pote of
peaches and ohoeso straw s com pleted
the bill o f faro, which Is equalled in ele­
P R A C T IC A L
gance and variety by hundreds o f dln1 pugDH 1 ct. VOpagpg 4cts.
8 Ol to pages Vct*.
nors sorved every night In New York to
people w ho haven’t even a grandfather,
T IN N E R ,
or, even If they havo, w ouldn’t acknowl­
The Agres3ive Republican Journal of tho
M an u facturer o f T in and
edge him. O n e side table th is daughter
Metropolis.
o f a hundred kings has served h ot and
Sh eet-Iron W a re , T in R oof­
A HEWSPAPER FOR THE MASSES.
cold fow l, tongue, and co ld beef for
ing and S p outin g.
A lso,
viioeu o f h«* ultimo who p te l e t a piaiuot
dealer in S toves, Heaters,
Founded December 1st, 1887.
dinner than the one just described.
SPECIAL BARGAINS
IN CLOTHING.
ftlO T IC K T O ABLEST DEFENDANT*
DISAGREEABLE W OM EN.
C^ALESMETsT
WEEKLY.
C H A S E BROTHERS C OM PAN Y.
R o c h este r N. Y .
R e m a r k a b le H e s c u e .
Mr*. Mtofeool Cnrtsh, FlaisfleM. HL. s a l s
Ike autemont that eke cangkt cold, which artI M o n bet lu g e ; ahe was trsstod Hors
ssoeta by her fsaaUy phystoaa, bet grew
X «k M l h
m
wefl asskeevsr MSB.—Wes
trill boitia of tkk Gnat
WEBT POINT PLEASANT, N. J.
THURSDAY, JANUARY, 29 1891 .
AT 9 O’CLOCK r . M.
All of the Real Estate ot Wild m M. Bennett dec*a-ed, ts follows:
LOT NO. 1 All that property situate north of
the Beaver Dam Creek, adjoining lands of John
L. D«r»e«, Garret D. Bennett, Nelxon Bennett
aud other* being about eighty ae'e* c liaising
" t cleared trucking land, excellent natural cran­
berry iHigs, umi a large quanlty of meadow
s-ily cove ted In o the best of cranberry beg
villi little
little- Iiilw.p
e
with
labor.
muldlng* on «ahl tract w|M be used for st- r*» •or covertwl into a dwelling. There U also
a ytHMI barn
LOT NO 8
||. f.h e two c ruin loir c o t Win H Brinu »t by Riley ,'uljnsoa mid
wile sdJ.iln'Dg pn.in>it> o f sob.ev Herbert and
-m i .I .i'Uhou ai llano '* Corner, v
Point
"lea-ant, N J. ining the pn-perty occupied bv
«i.l dcccasoii at hi* ■! hiu, ct-inp iking a. excei:enf Dwelling Rouse, hj.ru, Run o. Waaoi.
vcxihI to
I PC*led
ftstk k ’
fltere, targe ta ffiw s$t.
D. **• HAVBSS, tdnil d-trafor
Dated Dec 16th I89»i.
1 r'a fee g; 7»
R m x , N. J.
ally enforced, alike In the interest
without discrimination.
F. E. MORSE,
Mansubr’s Okkiob,
Manager.
ISO Broadway, New York,
January lat, 1891.
American Protective League.
No. 181, Trenton Street, Boston, Mass.
RUPTURE.
iUARANTEED
M ONEY W IL L BE REFU N D ED
In every case whore It fidls.
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE,
150 C E N T S .
Br. A . J . Sh erm a n begs to Inform all thost
who sre afflicted with rupture that be has reduc­
ed bis charges for tresuneat In order to give
persons of limited means an opportunity of re­
ceiving his celebrated treatment. Of the tens of
Seat by mail on receipt of price. Bend for
liXQQMSda he has Moated, dating, tjve
lis t o f t e s tim o n ia ls .
je e r s 15 per cent, o l tutm hare been rsuUcg.lty
E, N. J O K N E O N . W abukksbubo .M o
cured, and 90 per cent, although cured, continue
to wear his appliance, and 6 per cent o f them,
althongh nol radically cur-d cured, are safe from
tha danger of strangulated rupture and as oomfortable snd able u> work or exercise as if they
were never ruptured. Hence 'ho afflicted should
lone no time In calling at his office, 2 0 4 , Brandw sy. New Y o r k , snd be relieved tr o m th e
pain and annoyancce of rapture and trasses
Bend stamp for Dr. Sherman’* pamphlet on rup­
ture.
WE EXAMINE EYES FREE!
OCULISTS'
OWNERSFttiEO?
YOU THINK YOUR KYE« ARK COODJ
If you have them examined youwUl nronsb.
find that there Is something wrong will
TH E D IS C O V E R Y
OHMY BACK!
Weu;
Of the partlcul .r Herbs for curing and proven ting
disease by disinfection and dunging the uaturo f Imput e air aa breached in the lungs wo* d is ­
covered over 60 years ago by Aunt R acusl
Spkbk, an old noted uur*e now o v r 88 pears old
who, from her youth up has been the most suc­
cessful nurse known.
She always has and still does go through rain or
shine to freely answer calls from the sick.
It was a labor of love without pay and without
price.
Acnt Rachel has gathered the Herb* and
made and applied tnou*aud.-i of these pad* to
rich and po w, without charge, ond In everylnatance the effect* were wonderful.
The Pad i* nude t>y qutlttdg certain herbs and
medicine In tween flap* o f muslin, and when
worn they are made wet or damp, at frequent
Inte vaia, with a tincture which accompaniesthe
Pad.
TLJstiDcture combining witn ths herb* in the
Pad is absorbed through the pores o f the skin
aud the aroma that arises belore the nostrels
purifies the air you breathe. It is a prevention
and cure.
is a woutlet iui dlaoovwtv. Admen*:
That generally means pun and
suffering. But why suffer? Dr.
Groavenor'a Bell-csp-sic Porons
Plaster will relieve you In one
night, sure.
Send a penny
stamp to Grosvenor & Richards,
Boston, Mass., and learn how to
remove a poroas plaster scientifi­
cally— It will pay you—and don’t
forget that the heat porous plaster
in the world has the picture of a
bell on the
<t t»
called DR. back-cloth,
8olld Gold Speetaclea $ 3.0 0 ; usual price $ 5.00
Steal Spectacles - - .50; usual price 1 .0 0
‘ "‘ oUE;—
* “ *4.0
- -----------Artificial
Eyes *-----Inserted
0 ; usual price 1 0 .0$
M. ZINEMAN& BRO. 1130 S. Ninth St
•OPTICIANS.
IPHILADELPHIA.
Between Cheatnut and Walnut Streets*
"Seeing is Believing.*
B e ll-c a p -s ic ,
O p e n Season.
------ FOR------
C arlyle’s R u den ess.
IN THE
Aunt Rachel Pad Co.,
A. Speer, Pres.
Passaic, N.J
1891.
S
T h e R o c h e s t e r .”
EPPS’ S
COCOA
D RICKETTCOLLEGE
"COMMERCE
n
W*RADAMS
s
raitri' iLAH* fk^e. Aad«i M JJIf..miascs * to., rutTuaa, asu,*.*
KILLER
CURES ALL DISEASES;
TUE G REATEST MEDICINE O F T H E AGE.
T PURIFIES THE BLOOD
DESTROYS MICROBES,
Leave Mannahawkln. 7.98 A. M., It *8.'
and‘».47‘ p. M.
Arrive at Wnftfnga,
r — *.
— 9.06
and 4.18 t. it.
RETURNING
Leave Trenton, 7.41 A. M., 2.68 P M
Leave Wktttngs. 10.10 A. M., B88 P M.
Arrive Barnegat at 10.49 a.
and
"um.hawWn .1 l o . i i "
4
io r u
Arrive Weet Creek at 11,08 a , m . and i n * ■
Arrive at Tuckertos, ll.lt £ * . . tad s S r ■
A m ..« m e m h y , u J
«
ij
im w M B M c * H u e ,, t u r n u
u
m
Hill* l'i>r1iiBr<ki»W.. ■>.
the cause of every disease, and U a wonderful
Ort «», b. Ann. F.er A>
. ••MJno. r.nnn. ToM., Oht*.
K K- K
Leave New York
— . _ . —
,
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it*, inu riudt ib. wwi mmt (It.
P.M. *
home, whenrer Yn. m . BsSBto--T » in « in » s m h f from FI to Book giving history of microbe* and the Microbe
esy.Al! «,r. Wchoir too hew
Killer, FREE.
Aderesa, * L . iuht St., NEW YORK CITY.
' or all 1hr limp. hi(
NOTES, Prom Beach Haven l a n M , , n i„
«•*. F.iiurr ukwntr .OH
U otker Botsi* os Lone Beaca w t ^ ^ lr£ V T:
NLw on*wnodrrful PtnV,
Tonic and Antiseptic.
;rsar
landing, Tom s
C o s t o f E ducating n Nation.
U u derlylng all oilier p u b lic questions,
pressiag, persistent, commanding, j|
the s u b je ct o f education. Important In
every civ ilized nation, it is in America
of param ount interest. In America we
have 12,000.000 ohildren enrolled In thi
public s c h o o ls a lon e; b o w to IncreaM
this attendance, how t o low er absen­
teeism. h ow to waste n o money, no
energy, no tim e, but t o m ake every ef­
fort t o ll ; w hat methods are b est; whs!
studies are essential; w hat iniluenceil
are to b e stim ula ted; how to reach thiB
hearts, th e minds, the consciences ol
these c h ild r e n ; what ideas to put before
them—t h e se are m atters o f most profound con cern .
Our pu blic schools require 317,a
teachers and cost annually $122,155,252.
or did tw o years ago. T hese figure*
sim ply show the m agnitude o f the sys­
tem, and are staggering even to thi
Im agination, but it is to be remember?
that th e United States p en sion list cal
for m ore m oney than th e schools re
celve. T h e future o f th e Bepublic 1
com m itted to these 12,000,000 children
and t o tb e hundreds o f thousands It
private and seotarlan sch ools, to then
and n o t t o one or the oth er o f the polltl
cal parties, to these and n ot to an)
church, n o t to any organization what
ever.—Courier-Journal.
WniA Venturi, the Egerla o f MasrM
has pu blished an Interesting and in parti
derful lamp!” A lamp
am using paper of rem iniscences o f Car­
n usolulely n o n State o f New Jersey
explosive and u n ­
lyle In th e Paternoster R eview . One o
b re a k a b le, which
her stories o f the sage is t o the effect
Five* a e lr n r , s o il,
that a German called upon him one At
brilliant w h ite light
when he was particularly ou t o f sortJ
o f 85 candle power/
S lr d B .
Lawful to K ill . Penalties tor
Rarer and brighter
Infringements. and being admitted to b is den at the to;
then gn« light, softer
nail,
Nov. J to D«c. lfi^Yncf!
•L »OT 00 o f tb e house, was treated v e ry rudoiv
than electric light,
nffled Grouse, Nov. 1 to Deo, is
The " s i le n t a partm ent" w as octagons
mfire cheerful than
thcrl That lamp la
in shape and lined w ith cupboards hav
Woodcock,
| J U l , , t 0 JU,y*'J .
lng d o o r s similar in shape t o the ea
( Oct. 1 to Dec ]
Rail
trance door, and, w hen shut, indis­
Reed
> Sept, 1 to Dec. IB
tinguishable from it. In his hurry to
if
is no smoke, no smell,
Marth Hen
escape from the enraged philosopher,
. .. rJ,
<}p|*.f«l»g, no «w»sHsgi
bing an c f ihe name, no •‘ tantrum*’4 X -tlM D olp . {gSSJt1^?AS*-“ }
the unhappy caller seized tu e nandiesoi
'.m.oysoce of ar.y kind, and it never
some o f th e cupboard d oors b y mistuke,
tJlmir.ini-. Ita founts foil reservoir*) Upland Plover, Ang. 1 to Tec. ib
90 00 and a ctu a lly tore them off.
•"'•J iou,;h •olic l scandcaa hraaa, with cen- Fralre Chicken, Nov. 1 to Dec. 81
S
O
00
- U draft, it is t. »,* o' uti ly u n b r e a k a b le ,
W hen b e had left th e bouse, which
Wood Dock.
Be#'. 1 to D jc. 81
“
B 00
was n e t a v ery long tim e a fter he ha.
) K U Ilo„ro„ M , „
Only f vs years c! I, and over t-.vo million o f European
Partridge
entered it, Mr. Carlyle descended to th
■■■se/"• '/» i u < Jt must be a QOOD lamp to
until
1892
.
26
00
Grouse
drawing room , where his w ife and Mint
u' . Vt tch a t.llir.g success. Indeed it i»,
s n a y com e and tempo m ay go, but
X z v lm e L ls .
V enturi w ere talking, c a d bursting ii
Rochester" shines on forever^ W e rabbit
Nov. 1 to Dec. 16 Inct.
20 00 upon th em in the m ost tra g ic manner,
■nsU; ever a.ooo artistic varieties,—Hanging Giay Squirrel
Nov. I to Dec w
“
*«ooaskod w h at ho hnd done that "Almightj
nnd Ts 'jIo Lamps, Banquet, 8tudy, Vase and Fex Squirrel.
Bept. 1 to Dec, 81
»
n 00
I’ianoLam ps,-every
k in d , in oron
Bronxe,
r y r r j ninn,
n , Porror- Black Squirrel
Sept. 1 to Dec. 81
•«
BOO God sh ou ld send a ----- G erm an all th
-laln, Brass, Nickel and Black Wrought Iron. Deer.
Oct. 81 to Dec. 1, <no.oo and
way fr o m Weimar for b o earthly a
Ask the lamp dealer for It. Look for the
_____
• moo, Imprisonineut
human purpose but to w rench off tb
trade-mark stamp: **Taa Rochest**.” I f he
SH aki.
the rtnuint Rochester snd th* style you
handles o f his cupboard d o o r s !" Tb
" W om an , H e r D is e a s e s a n d T h e i r hasn’t
May lo to Nov. 81 IncL
90 00
want, or if no lump-atore ia near, send to us g > ^
io00ladles Were unable to con trol the!
for frea illustrated catalogue (and reduced Brook Trout April i to July 26 «
T reatment . "
A valuable illustrated price-list), snd we will boa and tend you any
The penalty for irapplug or anarlng any Game, laughter at Mr. Carlyle's fu ry, and, t
Biro* or Animals, at anf time or place, either on his cred it be it said, he realized itsab
lamp safely by express, right to your door.
book o f seventy-two pages sent free, on
- .own pl?ce or on the property of another, surdity and joined In the laugh himseli
U O C U E 9 T E R L A M P C O .,
is f IBfor eacn and every offence.
receipt ol 10 cents, to cover cost ot m ail­
4 3 P ark Place, Mew Yerk .
O H A S . H . B A R N A R D ; S o c ’y
Ih n n /z c lu re rt, a n a t o ll O w iu rt o f R o O u t U r P a t e U
A Governor'll R« Joinder.
ing, etc.
Address, 1*. O. B ox, 1066 _____T h t Larqett L a m p store In the VTarle.
West Jersey Game Protective Society.
G enial Phil MrKtnney, Governor d
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Virginia, is a master o f repartee, as thi
law yers w ith whom be has practical
BOILING WATER OR MILK
know. Several years a go his opponent
In a ca se was one o f th e m ost distin­
guished attorneys in the State, and v
trying t o prove that one o f tb e witneseei
HIRAM* M'lLDINQ.
■ nr«*'t Mid rhrttnnt Si«.,
wag, on a certain occasion, to o drunk M
| PHILADELPHIA.
attend t o business. It w as a scorchln
G R A T E F U L -C O M F O R T IN G .
THE LEADING SCHOOL OP
A ugust day, and B erkeley had taken o
his co a t, vest and colla r, snd had b
shirt op en . Finally, when Berkeley hid
in troduced what ho con sid ered conch
sive evidence of the w itn ess’ drunken­
LABELLED 1.2 LG TINS ONLY.
ness and Inability t o a tten d t o business,
M cK inney said: " O h , pshaw I tbit'1
nothing. A man in that condition coui
'• r a n i n m u u m u .
transact busine.ss." "W H i th e Donna
on th e other side please explain to titf
T s ta k e effect Oct. $ , l i t s
C iu rt when a man U t o o drunk to at­
rridna from BE A CH EATEN, BA RN KG AT CITT
tend to b-.isinese?" naked Berkeley,
ABB PO SITIVE LY CUBED B Y
and TUCKKRTOii to PHILADELPHIA
with hi* bland, sarcastic tone M*
and RKW YORK.
smile. Pointing to R»rkf>1ey ’« open collar,
L»avb p*scii Haven t.aa a m s. c& f . hi
At K inney answered i ** W hen he hMk
bl
* “ PP1*
toy *
T
L«*Te
I'lty. 6.M A. m '. 19.00 M. '
open
his shirt collar t o .sp it over bil
bjnaU(or» 0c .p S L a .
Uare Tuckerton, T09, A, M s 16 P M
Novelty Plaster W orks, Lowell, K esfc
Leave West Creek. T.io, A. M. P
P m
chin.” —Buffalo Express.
7 sia* r.
e so r t
-—
GAME AND FISH
And the beak lamt
t» »sr p*r' of
**•
---- nit. onlvi -
I .B a llr t l S I 'm .,B o x S SO P orllaag,;
utes wals to R. R . station and post
^vA'jOiw'vwg 3,o\s.cu.'oovV.
T ow
aLwauimritifeij i.bw and oeurabii
.
system has boon established and In force
at s number Important points for some time with
advantageous results, both to shippers snd
rsllrosd companies.
Th# territory covered by thin Association is
deflned as follows: To Include all atstiene In
New Jereey and on Staten Island, on all the
railroads parties to this agreement, except sta­
tion! on the line of snd the terrytory south of
Camden A Bnrllngton Connty Railroad snd tho
rnuaueipous
urauen B»ur«au,wu«m
Philadelphia
6 Long Branch
Railroad^whioh •»extends from Camden to Seaside Park. Note .—The
Ton’s River and Barnegat Branch of the G. RR., of N. J , to be included inthla Asseclation.
Delaware, Lakawanna * Weetern Railroad,
Lehigh volley Railroad.
Pennsylvania Railroad.
New York. Susquehanna A Weetern Rslirosd.
New York A Greenwood Lake Railroad,
New York, Lake Krie A Weetern Railroad,
New York A Long Bruch Railroad,
Western Shore Railroad,
--------- Biver
— r Railroad,
Raritan
I.......... .
Baltimore snd Ohio Railroad,
Central Railroad of New Jersey,
Staten la and Rapid Transit Company.
Lebig A Hudson River Railroad.
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TbeNcwJeree* Car Herrlee Aesoclstlos hereh> gtrea notice that os and after Monday, the Sd
day of February, tflSi, atlioi a. s .
to o MisImuiB charge ior the detentioa o^qw rof
dollar Mr car per day. or any fraction thero3 ? UnitKadod v u t U n h o u r e a f t e r
oeins placed in poaition for loading, or unleaded
within fori y-eimt hoars efter irrlval
Tm amount tnne charged la not •ufficientlv to
rooompenae the oompsnlee for the use o f their
care and tracks for warehowe parpomet, M d U
not collect*! as a source of revenue, but to pre­
vent the the nnnecesnery detention of oars, snd
1 •'
U .M U , .1 u . n . .
. Tw 1 ? r. “ r“ **??• “
t e ik io .,
kbs old U w salts tbs oth er day
one of th o old oet m em bers of
d Iansp oils b a r remark od :_•* v
U
the Perry townahlp pig case
. , o o d p w t 01 o n . t ,r m o f court V *
log o o m . u p thK m ch . lu »U o,?irt: i ‘ ''
Tho osoe w a s tried, I believe, bv l ^
ernor W sllsoe, father o t ou r p o « t £ .S 0*
and there w e re o t least tw o S S S f t ^ t
____
. . k .aide,
1* .
D
r* s C o JOf
Uk;
era on .esoh
film
u l^
.'homos W a lp ole woro fa th o osZf
•o far s s M r. Golioy w so
he w so th en in tho full P ow or°o?<S j lS
nown. T h e o s as
tunity fo r t h o die]
roUertea he Infused
It long fu rn ish ed matter o f lsuKhUr .
the bar. Mr. CJolley, how evor,
^
w
—,13
how a bsu rdly droll «----------he m ight b iS i!?
never los t sigh t o f the best interest.01!!;
his client, and certainly n ever W .i-u
of his ow n in the shape o f
fa* .
it was p o s sib le to obtain.
•*
“ The q u estion was about the Identb
o f s • h o s t ,” continued th e l a w y e r s ?
reporter. " T h e w itnesses on ou«r«M
swore It w as a pig in a barnyard, and h.5
never been o u t until it had been nut i*
pen fr o m w bloh It w as taken to l
slaughtered.
The w itnesses on al
thftv
ha* knows
w -■ «»h
other sid e sw oren that
that th
ey had
irom vns
iiw #e it
u. was
waa a suckling
u,
from
th e tim
suckling. £.!!
the great p oin t was the p r o o f o f an
mark. O ne claimant, sustained by oai
set o f w itnesses, said he marked an«*!
of the ehoafc with his Dockntkr.iL, r*.
the cut w a s explained at great length t!
the Jury. ^The other claim ant said th*
mark o n th e ear o f his shoat was torn h!
the teeth o f a dog. It w as at this sta*.
o f the testim on y that a sensation*]
sensation.
feature w as introduced, One witne*!,
having b rou g h t his testim ony to an
citing p oin t, added a clim a x by pullhfi
from h is p ock et a p ick led pig’s
which he declared to be th e ear of thi
shoat in question. This created &grei
uproar in th e court room , as the e9W
of this p ictoria l testim ony upon the jun
cannot b e measured. T h is witness, with
the ear w as, however, measurably %
credited, a n d the case w en t on. Medical
experts w ere called iu t o testify aa to
what t h e difference iu appearance would
be betw een a shoat’s ear cu t with a knlfj
and one torn by the teeth o f a dog. 'jv
experts did n ot agree and the jury dig.
agreed, a n d another tria l was held, the
second Jury disagreeing a s the first had
done. Charges o f perjury w ere made on
each side, and a num ber o f assault and
battery ca se s grew out o f It. The cost*
of litigation were betw een $400 and
on each sid e ."
“ W hat w a s the shoat w orth?”
" A b o u t $1.50, but th e litigants wer«
fighting fo r princip le."—Indianspohi
Journal.
N o Low on tlio Transaction-
In a village in N orm andy a peastft
called at the chem ist’s, purchased a e**
tain d ru g , and went aw ay. The oosJ1
taut to o k up tbe coin wbloh the
tom rr had left on the coun ter, and tow
that in stead o f two francs, tbe price <*
tbe b o ttle , he bed le ft o n ly e ptac*Jj
tw o sous. He quickly reported this ••
o f rob b ery to h is em ployer, whe, after*
m em en t's reflection, answ ered •' ***
We d on ’t make e profit on the tranM*
tion . still, we-don't lo s e b y It 1"
)ENNSYLYflNIfl RAILROAD.
Philadelphia ana Long Brattik D
Tim e T ab le Adopted October 2C
River, 8 miles from LaLewood, 3
SOUTH LAKEWOOD PARK,
J. H . IR O N S ,
Love
in t e r
DMINISTRATORS SALE
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o f the surrounding country.
An
« W r i c to w e r, 200 feet h igh , is c o w
in process o f con suucllo n , and w ill
be b uilt oti th e highest point o f this
pretty v illa g e . E le d r ic sre lights o f
the latest designs w i!! light the p lace
froui its h ig h f e w e r , m aking a m ost
ch arm in g p ictu re, snd an ideal little
W in ter resort.
F o r lot* inquire o f
NOTICE TO ABSEN T D E FE N D A N TS ,
Pursuant to an order of the Orphans' Courlssu.ll December loth. A D.
The sniiscrtbe
— wl.I sell at public auction t llanee’s corner,
W ARE.
^ W
md your flesh
f r y BVLruuH B _
I health, who are all ntos U>-night, andII
Irnndown.ahoula ua' you will sleep welll
md
feel l>ctier for It. If
ISU^Htl^BlTTBBS.
TM aelfstion .1 « n 1. A » 1I«I
of fretiht has t .-un tbs ososa of sertona loss soo
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Estate of Samuil Oakkrson, deceased.
Solicitor i omplalnants.
Toms River. N. J.
Dated December, B.'h, 18lk‘,
pr’s fee,— $-----
Pally end Sunday, one year, fn.no,
Dally and Sunday, # months, $2.8<i.
Dally and 8an,iay, one month, $ 146
Dally only, one year, »S.oo.
Dally only, four month*, $1.00.
Sunday, one year, $9.00.
Weekly Pre**, 0110 year, * 1.00.
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IN CHANCERY OK NEW JERSEY.
TO WKKKB W. CtJLVKB, ANNIK I). ClJLVKK
Uknjarin W kiuut, and J bhckha A. Whioht.
By virtue of an order of the Court of Chancery,
of New Jersey, made on the day of the date here­
of in a cause wherein Win. Cox, John Predmore,
Hr., and Joseph Predmore, Administrators of
Augustus
deceased,
igt------ M. Cox,
----------------- - are com
-----plalnants, and you and others are defendants,
----------------‘-"HI f------------------------------------------you
are required
to appear
aud plead, answer
demur to the complainant's bill oil or belore the
second day of March
next, or in default
thereof said bill will be taken a* confessed
against yon.
The Bald bill Is Died to foreclose a certain mort­
gage bearing date Bept. 16. eighteen hundred
and eighty-eight, and covering lands at Long
Beach City Ocean County, New Jeisey, given
by yon the above named dc/endaats. to the
above named complainants. And you the said
Weeks W. Culver, and Benjamin Wright, are
made defendants because you own said land, or
some part thereof; and yon, Annie I). Culver are
made defendant because you are the wife of said
Weeks W. culver, and as such may claim some
Inchoate right of dower fn said lands; aud you.
Jerusha A. Wright, are made defendant because
you are the wife of Benjamin Wright, and as
such iua\ claim Borne Inchoate right of dower lt\
said lauds.
J, UOLMEB iliULd.VLL,
Solicitor of the complainant,
Dated Dec, V9, 189o.
Toms River, N. J.
Pr’s fee, fio.eo.
5tl5
Withln (he •avh o f all.
The bent and cheape*f Xeienpooer published in America.
Watch Repairing and Jobbing of all kinds.
not then tie weak and
NOTICE TO A BE N T DEFENDANTS,
A Special lloe of low-prlceS, a ibstanlial farcy
O
W A N T E D
IN
LO CA L OR T R A V ELIN G ,
to sell our Nursery Stock
Salary, Expenses and Steady
Employment guaranteed.
BY TH E
RULE TO LIMIT CREDITORS,
IN CHANCERY OE’ NEW JERSEY.
77/o
m ost rem arkable
G ustav A. Muller, Mrs . G abtat A. Mbl ;
iVetyipa/>er
By vl tue of an order of the Court o f Chancery
Success in N e w V rk .
of New Jersey, made ou the day o f the date h i.
of, in a cause wherein Robert N. Valentine,
t u b m a s s is a n a t io n a l n e w s p a p e r
Mnlford 1). Valentine, Janies R. Valentine and
Cheap now*, vulgar *er Ration* and tra*h And Howard Valentine nr-* cuiii|ilaiuants. and you
no place In the column* of the i’re*H.
plead, answer or di-nmr to the bl'l o f said
The l‘re** Huh the lirlahte11 Blitorltl page In piuinanUi, on or befoie the ionilt day o f F cbn u ij
next, or the sau» bill will be taken ss confessed
New York, It Hpui kle* with p< Inta,
against you. The mild bill is tii'ml to foreclose
The Press >undny Edition contains all the good a mortgsge glv®n by .John O’onnnoll to suit)
Robert S'. Valentine, el a *. dated August Both,
thing* of the <1rIIt and Rnnday edition*.
Imniited *!id r lg llfy -e lu lll. On Und* III
For tiioHe who cannot afford the dully «r are eighteen
Ocean Township. Ocean Cuiiuty, 'New Jersey,
prevented by distance from early receiving It. snd you On-tav A Muller are made defendant,
'“■cause you own ssid land*, or some pan Ibereut
The Weekly Is a splendid substitute.
and you, Mrs. Gustav A .Mulier, are made Me
fondant because you are the wife o f said Gustav
A. Muller, and as *uch may, claim some inclioati
AS AN A D V ER TISIK U MEDIUM right
of dower in said lauds,
The^Pre** h** no superior In New York.
J. h o l m e s b u d s a l l ,
goods, suitable for both ecro*.
_ -'linples, IJlotchca.
"(SJwratT
Bores. R ely on
closely cououed in and
lOtfHDB B ittehs ,
the mills and work­ snd
health will folshops; clerks, wlio do
not procure sumclenl
exercise, and nil who Buu-tiuaBurEHsn
are confined In doors,' rill cure Liver Com-B
ahouM 11so fivLPBua lialnt. Don’t be dla-H
Bitters. They will ouraged; It will cureB
Canada and U'xieo.
Application will bo made to tbe next Lcgi*
Is lure to amend the act relating to *viiuc fish
lug in Buruegat bay and its tributaries.
JOHN HANCE.
GEO. W . W E LSH ,
PLATED
Jleanse the vitiated
ilood when you aae
- Impurities bum
00
N
REST FOR THE WEARY.
AND
e r fu lls .
P er Y ea r:
O T IC E .
Woman who wear diam onds w ith ealloo
dresses.
Sneering woman, who sn a p at your
rnormirrom or
clothes, your fam ily and y o u r friends.
W omen who can talk bab y talk to eaoh MITRIS' (UIITM 001UI FiUlLT LIIIMUT
oth er and ktea each o th e r on all oc­
casions.
This you are sure to
T O M S R IV E D , N. J.
Women who gossip, a n d who never
find if you go to the
fall to te ll you disagreeable things aald
o f you.
UHI 0 H BOOSE, TOMS R IV E R , N
Simpering, babyish wom en,
who
haven't brains enough t o know when
W hy ? Because it is
th ey ’re hungry.
u n i c e , homelike,
W om en who wear ra in bow gown* on
tb e street and a whole m illinery store on
quiet place, where
th eir heads.
reasonable rates are
W omen with voices as s w eet as a tur­
tle dove’e 000 in society and Ilka a boss
asked. If you live in
Greenwhich
St.,
com
er
Barclay
St.
saw In the family.
the hot, dusty city and
H ysterical women, w h o b u n t into
NEW YORK,
floods o f tears if you cross them la the
want to stop at a nice
slightest particular.
invites attention of seekers.for
place in a pretty sum­
Beautiful wom en w ho think their
mer resort, drop a
beauty entitles them to a ll o f the earth
W A T C H E S , D IA M O N D S,
and a good share o t the planets.
line to
Worn*® who lug dogs around In their
JEW ELRY,
M. n . I.R W IM ,
arm s when there ere m illions o f mother­
less, homeless children In ik e world.
I'nlon Hon e
T a w R lrrr, X . J.
S IL V E R
HARPER'S PERIODICALS.
... uci LiBiiu. uuuoi uuiu oi umiiniiinm, wiima
the time so limited, will be forever barred of his
or her action therefor against said Administrator.
WILLIAM v<UICKSILL,
Administrator.
Dated Nov. 518, 1890.
Pi’s fee, to.
2miu
Tbe Prei I* the organ of no faction ; pulls no
Wire; lias >animosities to avenge,
nishes and Dye Stuffs. Physicians’ Prescrip
ions Carefully Prepared at all flours.
ittbhs
not assist or cure. It
aud any
ClllCULATlOHkT£&100,000 CGF1SSSAIL!
Shoulder braces, Syringes, Paints, Oils, Var­
piiub
It will cure yon.
uv. uu.ueuu, MCtt/OBCU. lai* III IHtJ cuuniv Ol
ocean, to pre*ent the same, under oath or attlruitulot, to the subscriber, on or before the
Ranges, H ouse-F urnishing
C H A S . 1 . M A T H IS ,
TRUTHS FOB THE SICK,
For {BOW ‘ loathly! T O n i r o m
Ii>&giJLi*mniDrn—
Billon*Spell•dependIfora case where HULB
will
Pursuant to an order of the Surrogate ol the
R o b e rts,
A Judicious Bllcnoa is a lw a ys better
than truth spoken Without charity.
It is, probably, because lo v e m akes the
w orld go round thf.t It m akes so many
peop le s o giddy.
Make all good men your w ell-w ishers;
and then, la the years’ stea d y sifting,
som a of them grow into frien d s. Frieuds
er* the sunshine o f life.
F R O N T STORE,
G old is in favor. There la 's rage for BLU E
gold laoe, gold braid, g old passem ent­
erie, and gold rlobo-is. a Id coins have
M a in S t r e e t , T om s R iv e r .
lo s t none Of the’r worshippers:
Mental worry o r disquiet, arising from
any cause, la tho strongest' agent
*ei
''a g e in g ” men o r wom en. I t l e a n In­
cessant source o f exhaustion t o the vital
forces.
" I t is very sa d,” she m used, " b u t
Charley hasn’t g ot a blt o f royn*nc» T<s*»t
night I said to him, *M y Irlojr,’ and he
turned suddenly, and grow led out, * Mike
Who T "
Mater ; "Q lr ls, wo m usn't w orry your
father about going away t h is summer.
WHOI.BRALB AND RETAIL DEALKR IN
H is finances are extrem ely low , I know.
1 look ed in hie cheque-book yesterday, DRUGS, MEDICINES,
and he had only one cheque le ft."
CHEMICALS & PER*UMERY,
M on e y to a m sn is like w ater to a plant,
on ly useful as long ns it p rom otes and
FANCY TOILET
facilitates grow th—like w a ter in ths
fountain or water in th e tank, keep it
ARTICLES,
flowing, and it b lesses; keep It stagnant,
and it injuree.
TRU SSES
[German Remedy.j
lay of November A. D. one thousand eight naudred and uluetr, netlce 1* hereby given to all
The P ress.
G ood s, F u rn itu re, C utlery,
L a m p s, L a n tern s, G lass­
w are, Q iieen sw are,W oo den
and Iron P u m p s, etc. A ll
orders fo r n ew w o rk , or re­
p airin g ,o r rep airs and bricks
for’ stoves,
stove! heaters, ranges,
e tc ., p ro m p tly attended to.
P lease g iv e m e a call.
TH* CHEAT
HAUFKH’H BAZAR...........................................
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cannmt i s m w iai w numr-
ti
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M'MilY.
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U a r u n Wsbslt ha* never failed to justify
title as a '-Journal <-f Civilisation," and It has
*_ ». a## as with*conktaat regard o eslsrgsd pas*
albilitifi of neefulneoa and a higher ■usdardaff
urtlaue and literary exeeronee. I t ___ ______
touched no Important pSaso o t tho world's pro­
gress and p eaenu a record, equally trustworthy
and 1 .tereatlng.
of the notable
nots: .. events, posaoas.
* «Un*. ofihe
and achievement* of o«r time.
Special supplement* will be continued la 1SSI.
The will be literary, artistic, historical, critical,
to|iogr*phlcu!. or descriptive, as occasion may
demand, and will c,,ut!uue to deserve the hearty
coumeadatloa which ha* been hmewed on
na*t ls*ne* by the pie** and the public. As a
fwmllr J-Tirinl, UAKrsB’B W vzklt will, M here­
tofore. oe edited with a sir let regard for the
qualities that make It a safe and welcome visitor
to every home.
iw IN CHANCBKY O r NEW JSUSKY.
The voluiunes of the B azar begin with the
To Theodore D. W ird, en tries Ward
Ifillvua M. Howe, Jacob P. Howe and Benba L Numbers for Jane and December of each year.
When no time la apeoided, subscription* will
Ward.
begia
with the Number current at the time o f
By virtue of an order of the Court of Chancery
of order.
of vew Jersey, made on the day of the date receipt
Bound volumes of llAKruNa’s Baz a for
hereof, in a cause wherein Chsrlea 11. Dix three
years
back, In neat cloth binding, will tie
lb complainant and you and others are defendsent by mall, postage paid, or br expreta, tree o t
or demur to the bill of said complainant* on — expense (provided tbe freight does not exceed
one
d
-liar
per
volume), for t< no per volume.
before the Win day of Jan. next or the aald bill
Cloth Cases for each volume, suitable for bind­
will be taken a* confessed agalUHt you.
TheatlJ
The*t;J bill (allied to foredoae
foreclose a mortgage ing, will >e sent by mall, postpaid on receipt of
given
by Mary A. Ward to Leulae
Louise A. Page $1 00 each.
Jven br
Remittances should be made by P*8t-offlcc
“ lands
’ id* --------------on
la toe towuehlp of OrIrk la the County
tic-eanandatateof New Jersey, dated tbe third Money Order, or Draft, to avoid chance of loss.
day of May A. D., IMW., and you, Theodora D. Aewtpapert are not to copy this advert'evnent without
Ward, Chaile* Ward, Hellena it. Howe, and the tzyreu miert o f HABriHS A BBOTHBRS.
HAKPERA BROTHERS, N. Y
Bertha L. Ward are made defendants because Address:
you claim to own aald landa or some part thereof
and you Jacob F. Howe are made defendant
r>ecau*e you are the hnaband of.Hehena M. Howe
and may claim a right ot curtcss m part of aald
-A .T j.n t i F L c t o H e l ’ s
laud.
A. C. MARTIN, Solicitor of Complainant,
Tom* Hiver, N. J.
Dated, Nov 16th 1890
I*r’afee, 1?.W
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE
DULY.
vice Association.
IL L U S T R A T E D .
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LEAVE BERKELEY.
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For PatiadelppiA, via Toms River, J
Saturdays only, 8.89 r. *.
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LEAVE POINT PLEABANT
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d Staknn.
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r,t snd RrirlS.H and Blinds:
CEDAR LUMBER.
TRAINS LEAVE TOMB HI* * 1
For esmfles and PkiladeipMa, T.48 e
r . b ., week .«ays,
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For Berkeley, Mondays sad Betsrdaj*
v.-narf t,e* r, s . week dare,
For Island HeigMs, l i f t A
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week
xes aays.
days.
. For Mew York, ?,» Berkeley •«* B
Junction. 1.40 r. ■ „ week days.
For Point Pleasant, sea Girt, Asbnry
Long Branch. Mondays aad Saturdays, K
“ 2 Loop. ■ „ week dare.
For Tsckertoe, v i*w k it& ffs, T I* *•
.Oft r. V . VMk ifawa
i* n t£ * e e n u d fi u a - t
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wre* days 11-48 a!
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only, X K r . u.
AYE PHILADELPHIA
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Toma River, 8AS A. I . , A S ?•
dare.
LEAVE NEW” YORK
M a c h in e S u rfa c e P la n in g .
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31 IK
For Toma Hirer and interanedtaie •
•.!« a . it,, week .lays.
J. SL WOOD,
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