OCR Interpretation

Rockland County times weekly. (Haverstraw, N.Y.) 1889-current, March 10, 1894, Image 1

Image and text provided by Southeastern New York Library Resources Council

Persistent link: http://nyshistoricnewspapers.org/lccn/sn83031499/1894-03-10/ed-1/seq-1/

Thumbnail for 1
1 ROCKLAND COUNTY ) vol.. V, WO. 24. HAVER3TRAW, *T. \ST. MAR. 10, 1894. PHICSS 7ZVS UMMvH, GARNERVILLE DOINGS Spicy Local Riiadinos fou a Hivb op Woukehs in Oob SISTETI V'ttil-AGB. Mrs. K«v Brownsou, of Alice street,, is reported quite sick. Tbe iufaut obilrl of Gtorge Bill i reported oil the sic.h lint. Wm. Campbell, of Passaic, was ii; town Tuesday vit»i> in« relative**. Prof. Wilson wpb busy surveying property at Mead--' coruer Friday. Miss Alice Smith lias returned honit; from the New Pabz Normal college. Miss Cora Taylor, of Alice street, bin- resigned her position in the factory. James Nevius is having hie hotel at Meads' corner beautified by a coat 01 paint. A goodly number of infants are to b;> baptised uu Easter Sunday in Trinity cburcb. Mrs. George Baisley is still very ill and slight hopes are entertained for hei recoveiy. Arthur Wick, of Poufrhkeepsie. wa» the guest ol Mist Lizzie Taylor uu Sun- ay last. Mr, Foot, aud Wife, of Brooklyn, art guests at tbe bom*; of Mrs. David Bum*- uu Riinapn avenu ?. Mrt. Patrick He.'ter has been visiting lier daughter Mrs. D, Dunn, of Jersey City, the past week. Ttiero will he a r.flW for a gold watch at the Prospeot House tonight for tin benefit of Larry Serviu. We uio pleased to chronicle thut Min. .Tuwos iiargreuves who has beeu critl «»lly ill is rapidly convalescent. Joseph l'ak(4 is prepared to do ul kinds o gardening, pruiuiug, graliing, etc. See ad. in another column. The bori-e sale held ou Thursday last at the Garuerville House was well pal- tonizdil by the people ol this place. We learn that Mr. Dohson and famih of Cbniob street contemplate moving to Tarry lowu the fi<st pari of April. The home of John Hargrenves o. Church street, who 'irigbteued on Sun- day iasi by the apoearai.ee of a joung daughter. t We learn that Thomas Burke and »>! wife will move to Meads' corner Aprii Ist, where he intends opening a store at bis old B'.and. Willi\ Foster, while at work Fridat in the starch room, bad hia right, baut> severely injured by it being caught ii the stretoher. **>Vo learn that Peter Shaw, at pifsani domiciled at the Prospeot Bouse, will act as catcher for ti.e Garnerville Base Ball Cli.b the coming season. The cuoir of Tuoity church iu thi> place are practicing their Easter uiusi< and the same hide lair to surpass au.\ - tbiug ever rendered in said oburcti. The young ladies belonging to Triu ity Church mat at the Tectory on Thursday evening to orgau'Ze a society to be known as (he \Daugbteis i.f tb> King,\ Mr. John Drummoud and Miss Lizzt» Garland were married last Saturday evening at the parsonage of the Centra' Presbyterian aburub by Rev. A. S Fieeuian, D. D. A new baseball nine has been organ- ized in Garnervillt called tbe the Mm. Flowers, aud they Kill come out in full bloom iu the spring- Their names am; positions are at full >w«: M. Craven, p ; W. Oaaluy, o.; F. G uduer, lb.; A. Tur ner, 20.; J. Buignw, 3b. ;L Belli, ss ; J. Mullen, r. f,; J. Mattoy, c. f.;C. Biuuie, 1. f. William Ushhu, Managei Mr. Editor. ? Dear sir: ?Iu re spouse to the arneln wbion uppearvd ii your last week's issue ol tbe Times e beautiful lot of baoeball Irash, wniel, was wholly unknown to me uud without a wotd of troth. 1 send you a written copy of u letter, or lather Mr. Gardner's upology which I received yesterday. A a means of vindicating myself 1 kindly ask you to publish it. West Haverstbaw, N. Y. Dtar Peroy:?\l will now write to yon aud ask you to accept an apology from uie for a dirty and mean act which ap peared lu the Suit aud ask jou by all menus to accept it. I Know you have fouud it out, aud there is no reason why you suoulu not be mud. 1 have not Hint to explain what iu b go! tuto we, but ooniri over to Girling & Match's tonight aud I will explain it io you. I wrote it and Aloute sent it an which you are aware of. Be over to- morrow night sure, aud I ask you not to meution it to uooody till I see you uuU I beg for you to accept, uud be good frieuiis once more.\ Your FiiHud, Wvubimt Gaiidneu, JII. P. 8. Bo over sum tonight. lu conclusiou 1 beg to suy that if Mr. Gatduer would devote mere time to his boots aud cultivate purer language, aud desist fiom foiging people's sigUb- tuiesto \fa. gus articles\ for uewspapers thin viciuity would hold hint iu belter esteem. Sign. d, I'titot Bums, Wlu H»veisiraw. N. Y March 8, 1894. HAD NO RIGHT. Tomkina Covb, H, y., Mar. 8,1894.! Editor Times.?Sir:?Will you kiudly answer ibe following nuu«tiou iu your paper this week. Wave tbe inepeotora of eleotiou »t our town meeting the iigbtto allow voter* that have the uhm of their lunula and their eyes to take other voteia iuto the booth with them to Hi Ihtir ballots aa there was oou«iden.ble of thia kind of work doue iu thin towu on ? l-o iou .lav? bTOK* POINTKU. Tbe iusprotors hud n» right to allow a voter au> assistance who was not phvxioully iucapauiiated whiob waa not the ouae where tuu voter bad the use of hie bands and oouid see. tbetefor tbe bad qo tight, fiprroit BROKE HIS LEG Master Michael McGnvern, son of Mrs. Bartholomew McGovern, was lilaying around the West Haverstra* Depot of the West Shore Railroad with som« companions on Wednesday after- noon when no O & W. nual train stopped for water, voting McGovern, wi b a number of o<hers, boarded the 'rain intending to taku a ride a short listauce down tlio road anil then boiitd i train back But the lailn bad not con- sulted the conductor o' the train, who iniule no ntoim as the trniu was panning Harrington Park S'ation and was run? 'ling rapidly the litis became uneuHt iind jumped oil'. Young M«Gover». who was the last to jump, lost his bal- ance at (1 fell llpon bis left Kg, which <vui> Htill in a very weak condition, bh it vas broken last Fall iu lading from a I'.rick kiln on his brother's brickyard Seeing that be was unable to arise l'l> companions hastened to his astdstanc aud discovered lhnt his bg was fmo cured in three places, one of the fraotnres occurring in the same place as tli tlier one. The lad was taken to the railroad stntion, uud afterwards brought 'o th:s village on a passenger train aud removed to bis home. Several phy- sicians were summoned, who eipret\u25ba fears that the boy's leg will have to be amputated. RALEIGH TO RESUME. It is expected that the freight boif Raleigh will coratncnce making bei daily trips to N>-w York city, Hastings, Dobbs Ferry, Nyack and this villagt tarly next weok (in all probability on Monday) leaving N>-w York Irom pie» IG, foot of WeHt Teu b street at 2 ?'clock p in , and Satuidays at 1 o'clock This will be a boon to numbers of mi-r itbaiits who can reoeive goods ou tbe veiling of the day shipped from the oily. WE WANT ONE ALSO. Tbe Garuablc fire alarm system iti use in a number of largo, cities is ou exhibition iu Jackson Engine House ii Nyack. Tbe Fire Commissioners am liremen in general areprtssiug the mai er in the interest, ol tl e depurtnien ?tud the people, .It is now believed that ibis system will be adopted. SPRING VALLEY. Mr. William Miller is happy now ?since he became the fither of a daugb ter. A* usual, the whole Democratic ticket >n Glurkstowu is elec.ed by pood ma jorities Air. Theodore J3. Bohr baa Hold th» \lerebauth' Hotel property to Mr. Wm 3olinieder. The regular meeting of the Board of nMiioation bun beao postponed to uexi Monday evening. Mrs. Euler is about having a new roof tint on her hotel. Mr. John Mahoue\ ?:as the contract. Mr. Patrick J Treacei lias exchange liw house and lot on Propped Hill foi Brooklyn property. Messrs. Deßuun and Demurest lihv< laid in u largo stock of wull paper uud uudow shades for lUe spring trade. Mr. J. H. Ahi-unis is selling out his stock of groceries at cost Mr. Abrann- will continue iu the hardware business. The Farmers' Institute in Odd Fel- lowa Hull was «t ll attended at eaoL levsiou by thu farmers throughout the country. Mr. B. F. Hiilery lias void bis bourn ?mil lot formerly owned by Vliss Ga'ha ?ine Gurcae on Maiu street to Mr. JohD Dunn of New York. Wliy dot't some fnterprifirg party put up foil or a dczHn houses to rent tor $12 to $14 a mouth? It ought to be 4 good investment, aa there ill uot a house to rent in this village. B<iney Hi ffm in has rented the Geo Demurest building, and will open ? barber shop iu the near (uturo. Barney in u popular young mail and a good bar ber, aud we with him every success. The Payne property south of this village has been sold to T. Jackson of Long Island by T. B. Bohr; also the property known as ihe Mrs. Termer's Place owned by I!\ A. Un dgnrJ to D. J. Dickson of New York, The mauy Iriende of Christiau D. Eukersou will regret to hear of bis severe illness. Mr. Eckeiuou contracted a severe cold several weeks ago which has developed into pluro-pue.umouia, aud at this writiug is very low. Mr. Thomas T. W .rren, ouo of our : oMest and must highly respecti d eiti- zeus, died last Tnursda.v illuming altir ,an tllne-H ot si v< ral months. Mr War- I teu was mi honored member of the Re- formed Church, and leuves two sous, : Et'ttstus O and Augustus E. The funeral will tike pluun to morrow. He ; was about 79 Veiirs of uge. Theßumiipo town eh otious paused c 0 very quietly Tuesday. Bring a boauti j ful day a pretty large vot*< was polled, although i' the roads but been in a j better aonditioii u larg-r vote would no ' doubt have been o.'Sl. Pr >m the lito-t figures that We can get. the iudioatl'ius are tliut the whole U\publieau ticket IN elected i>v mj u nit s ranging from 3D to 250. Tim vote as to whether we wouUl go buck '0 the old system of three cumin issiiiuers of highways iu stepil of one was carrinl in favor there- of. as »us ulsu the ijinstiou on paying! tl'e bill of J. Myers Taylor, a former I highway PLANS FOR A NEW JAIL PRESENTED TO THE SUPER VISORS ON SATURDAY L\ST- THE BOARD DECI DED TO TAKE NO DEFINITE ACTION AT PRE- SENT?MR. FALLON'S REMARKS. The Ilocklaud County Board of Super, visors held a mee.ing at. the Court House, New City, on Saturday after- noon last. All the members were pre- sent except Mr. Penny, >1 Stony Point. Iheeaily part of the session wad oc- cupied iu making out warrants for those to whom the couuty was indebted, and the amouuts aggregated a laigo mm. During the afternoon tee committee iicelitly appointed to obtain plans anil -pecifioatmiis for Hie pioponed addition to the Couuty Jail buildings, reporled aud pteneuted a setol plaus hau sotuely ilrawu by Mr Onailesl. Springsteen, architect, of tnis village. These plaus. accompanied by speci- tlca ions, Were exatuined by the B.mri), \u25a0 lid by a number uf luturrsted citi/.-mf *ho were preeeut, and ull prououncen them complete and artistic. Thu plans provide for an adaitiou to the westsidt .J the original building. The size ol the new structure, according to thr plaui, will be i'i in-i by 35 feet 8 inches, tud two stories high. The part that it- uow nsidasthe tnlirejiii, still, if the plaus are carried out, be devoted en- lirely to the female department. The addition will provide twenty cells, all for males. The building, of course. it> ?u bd of brick, constiuutuJ iu the best possible manner. Tbe committee reported I hut Iht woik of carpenters. maKous, plumb rs. ,ittlnteu, etc , on the all Itrioil' would Mat 98 0(1(1, aud the ceils Wuhld con? onsid mbly more. It is estiiliat d ilia- \u25a0<e entire exueuse will be rioa«ly'#22,- 000. .' V, - Mr. Fallon, of a very timely anJ judicious, spftjbti botu iu regard to tbe uud vue proposition to people be question of lemoving tlie county Hllldmgs He said he believed (he re t>ort should be received, but. that no 'urtker action should lie taken »t pre sent. \We do not know,\ said he, \u25a0'that »uy of us will be returned to the Board -titer the eieoiiou mgt Tuesday, aud it does not seem right for us at this meet- ing to saddle upon our successors, who- ?oever they may be, a large del.t for th< county to pay. Iu regard to tbe re of the county buildings, 1 canuoi sen ibut there is auy notion lor us to \u25a0 ake now. As tbe matter lu s 'Mine to is in the form of a presentment fttun he Grand Jury, {. confess that itcarms some weight with it, aud we are bound ogive it oijr moral consideration; a' ue same time it oairiea uu legal weigtit. or the only action ue are legully bound o notice is a petition coming fiom the . eople, signed by them, aud uamiug the place to wbtcb it is desired to re move tbe buildings. This ba< not beei lone. The action taken by tbe twi political oonve.ii toils, both about alike iii tone, carry no weight with them, aud I will stale that I opposed the oue pass ?:d by my own oouyoution. Ido not Miink that action taken iu that way ih eight or has auv foifie. So iu the face of all the fapts, I do uot see how we can legally act in the matter, and I simply move to reoeive the report of the com mittee ou plaus aud speoiUcatious.'' The motion Was carried and the meet- iug adjourned. A PLEASANT PARTY. A happy surprise party was giveu to Vliss Rlioda Bedford at her home ou Broadway last Wedntsday evening. A urge number of frieuds participated ii, the festivities of the ocoat-iou, aud Mis.- Bedford's great surprise was oue of the uotable features of the evening. A violin and harp furnished delightful music, and willing feet danced uutil a short time before the golden streaks of early sunrise appeared in the eastern \u25a0lorizon. Tbe march was lad by a Haver- straw lady and a geutleman from Stony Poiut, both at tbe begiuniug of the lancing aud at supper time. Tbe sup per was a most delicious oue. Among those preseut wore the Misses May Rose, Graoe Treadway, Auua Rose, Susie Lawrence, Hattie Lawreuoe, Carrie Rose, Muigrel liuapp, Graoe Rose, tud tbe Messrs. Goldt-uiiib, Frauk Roee, Archibald Rose, Fred. J. Ossuian, Burchurd Rose, Fled, K>esler, J. Wilde, aud M. J, Bropliy, of Stone Poiut; the Misses Carrie Weyaut, Mai Weyaut, Eva Frejfogle, Emma Bai- tine, Gertie Mhsiiu, May Bryant, Ida Cuuklin, Ltz/.ie BludVelt, Grace Bryanl, Laura Suedeker, Carrie McKsnzie, the Wessrs. Lee Hclyiu, Joe Flyun, Seeley Redner, Henry Frey'ogle, Willie Spriugsteeu, George Bryant, George vlrlviu, Harry Biauvelt, E l win Sneu- eker, aud others, of Haverstraw. MONSEY. Al. Hum wo ml ia digging a cellar op- posite the residence ol W. 0. A. Murphy lor New York parties The Globe litquu will build a hand some building ou the site of the present towu bouse iu tbe uear future. Mnssrs. Eiler Sherwood and 11. H. Browu have bought out the general ?tore of Levi Hberwoort, auil will take possession about April 1. The fuueral service l ) of Mrs Alvin Johm-on were held iu the Viola Huptiat (Jburob lust Hunday. Mrs, Joliuhou wun well kuowu in this community, and leyve* h husband and o t child to mouru he. deiuiae. The interment was at the Viola Cemetery. ANOTHER FIRE. A fire, the origiu of whiob there eau bo no queatiou, took place in the houte owned by Mra Peter MoEvoy ou Jeffer- aouatreet, Tbefinuea were discovered ?boat 11 p. m., but were promptly sub dued by J-rttdjr VVurreu -Hose Company. THIELLS. Miss Esther Kuqpp has a new type- writer. Mr. John Gallagher has three child- ren lying eiok with tbe measels. It is rumored that there is to be ? wedding here in the near future. Rone's children are recover- ing from an attack of the measels. Miss Maggie Knapp attended church last Sunday for the first in a long time. Mrs. Ricliael Hammond baa returced home, looking much better than when she left Mr. Charles Conklin has got a new horse, aud is ready to match any other steed in Baveratraw. William Thorpe is just alive, and his death is expected every moment from thut fatal diseaso, consumption. Tbe Beaver Pond dootor and the Willow Grove lawyer have got some- what confns-d over a case of clepto- tnauia. Z bnlon Rose is making some im- provements to bis'store iu order to have better facilities for tbe uost-otßoe. He lias sent for a new cabiuet, and intends to have things iu Qrst class order. TOMKINS COVE. Mrs. Sarah Odell is dangerously ill, with uo hopes of her recovery. Mr. and Mrs. James H. L»ut were presented with a young democrat on election day. Sir. and Mrs Wm. Fowler welcomed a little daughter to their home during tbe past week. Tbe many fri'tds of Mrs. Michael K-arney will regret to learn of her serious illness, Tbe reporter did not fall out side the brt ic twurks for the simple reason that >ve were uot in it. This is the season of the year when !be old ben try's to get out au early edition of Spring chicken. The new steamiioat uow being built it tbe yard '.if Roderwond is uow well uudevway. Thirty meu being employed, For the first thue in four years' the 'eportar failed to oouueot with the Times?last week. Jt was all owing to politioul excitement, Some tweuty of our young men left this place ou Wednesday for a sea faring life. Ttieir absence from this little namlet brings to our mind Goldsmith's deserted village. Two young *bsu of this place pro- cured a pair o<.«4yuxi»t{ «<luvos,. which looked as if tht y bad been in many idoody encounters. Black eyes are now all the rage. Mr. and Mrs. Alouzo Bibcock have 'be entire sympathy of friends and \u25a0eigbbors iu their iiotir of affliction. Their little daughter uged 2 years, and (i months d*d on Tuesday. \ The Irish People hi America \ is che fcubjeot of Father Smith's great leo- ure at Grass/ Poiut. Prof liebu s ?rcbestra aud a grand chorus have been rtugagej aud will render au Irish con- cert. The various branohes of the Ancient Jrder of Hibernians all over the couuty will not forget t|)e St. Patrick's Day leiebiatiou at Ht. Joseph's ohtirob, ulrassy Poiut on the 18th. It is adver- tised iu another column. The sweeping defeat of the Demo- crat ticket ou Tuesday was a surprise to all concerned. Eugoue Reilley being tbe ou|y oue on tbe tic-feet elected Mr. Alex. Rose will look to interest of the town us supervisor for the next '?wo years by a mi j uity of 29 votes. Mr. Anthony Z pp will give bonds as -oad commissioner for the coming year. Uis opponents Messrs. Hazard and Coniiell will be fcund at the old stand. Mr. Riohard Ridtiruiond as assessor till try to have tbe assessment so low that it will cause all to say \ I do wish collector Dauiel Lynch wonld call.\ Vlr. Alonz > Dykens us overseer of the poor, pledged himself us follows: The poor I want with wo always?the re- porter amoug the number. STONY POINT. Tbe Democrats of tbis place dis- tinguished themselves lust Tuesday by sleeting the entire Reptiblioun ticket with very few exceptions. Tbe peop'e of Grasi-y L'oint tbis year, such us they uover weru before, will be treated to a grand ce'ebratiou of St. Patrick's Day ou tbe 18th, An Irish couoei t aud lecture are advertised in another column. The Fourth Conference was held last Saturday evening in the Stony Po nt M. E. Church. Rey. J. B. Faulks was preseu*, aud preached at the B|iu- ?lay morning service from St. John, 17th chap., 18th verse. A collection wus also taken up for the beuetit of Home aud Foreigu Missions. At a meetiug of the Epsworth League of the a ouy Point M. E Cliuroh ou last Friday evening the following ollicers were elected for one ye r: Pre»i- dent, J. Fowler; First Vice-pnaident, St, B, Caret; Second do., Matthew Hiird; Third do , L ly M Holt; Fourth do., Jcunie Baliortl; Secretary, George B Hastings; Treasurer, Carl Blume; Oigtuist, Jennie Bollard; Assistant do,, Miutie Rose. GRASSY POINT. Every fii«nd of Ireland will surely go lo hear B«v. Dr. Smith. He ia one of the moat 1.-arnml and eloquent Hoholiirs of ouriliy, aud hia treatment of the great Hiitijeot \ The Iriah in America,\ on the evvniug of the 18th at St. Joaeph'a uhuroh, Granny Foinl, will be looked forward to interest, FELTER ELECTED So i* Smith and Redmond Too. The election in Haverstraw proved ? very grout surprise to the ao-cslled political talent iu this torn a, and list ?gain demonstrated that a united Demo* oraoy with a straight ticket are sure winner*. The election waa peaceful and orderly throughout. The reoent con- viction of over-zealon* elecion worker* iu some of the large oitiea haviug it* effeot, as the ISO foet line- marks were strictly observed. but the conviction of the iuapeotora teemed to have no effeot ao far as the tncpeotora at the town election were concerned. The intpec- tora of election after the cloaing of the polla excluded every one eio pt the regularly appointed watcher*, and pro- ceeded to oouut the votes, a* the can- vas* progressed it was very evident that the contest waa likely to prove a oloae one. At the conclusion of the tirst oonnt (he olerka auuounccd that Joaiab Felter Had been elected by nearly 800 plur- ality. John Smith was eleoted Towu Olerk by 13, Redmond by 91, Edward 8. Annese by 0, and William H. fiaoou uy !). Alter canvassing the vote tb» total result waa diocovoMd lo be short o( the pull lint, and reoonut demand- ed by Mr. Breunau, which waa accord tugly done, wheu it wa« discovered that (lie entire Democratic ticket was eu- (itled to 10 voten more than it had received. U pou learmuK this the Demo- uratic walulieis aiemauoed ttiat the in xpectora «o«nt the v>A9s a* iliey had been cart, as it w«» noticed that uum iuna at vote* bad beeu mi for E. 8 Auuess and Edward Auuess, while the peraou uouuuated was Edw rds 8 Aunesa, aud only the votes bearing thai name could have been legally counted I'uw was also the oa«e iu the vote foi Assessor, as ttiere Were many votes oats for William Bacon allien were eouuted (or William 11. Bsoou. With all this, After the votes had been reoonuted several times, it was fonud that Patrick Breunan wm eluctoi Assessor and Valeutiun SiocK Collector by one vote. 1'iiis was reached early on Weduesdaj oioruiug, aud was fonud to tally exactl) with the vote cast, aud to spy that tht people were surprised is io put it mild ly wheu it was learurd ou WeJuesday .ibout uoou time that the Board of Iu ipectors bad ooiif nired an attorney and asked the following ni&mi.teant'qttostiou: \Should Huy towu ballots Ow oniud it> che excise box, what shaff We do with them?\ To luske a loug acory short, (wo town bailout were touqd iu the excise bu«, aud strange to say the two ballots bore the u antes of Auuess foi Collector aud Raauu tor Assessor, thus, according to the Board of Iuspeotors, electiug Messrs. Uacou aud Auness. 1'ue resolutions submitted were all car tied by large majorities. The followiun is tue btateuieut as made by 'he iuspec- tors; SIl'BUVISOH. Josittlt Potter, t(. A l> 738 John M. linshrouck. I. it. AT. D. 444 Dunne P. K na|>{>, Pro 43 Bin ttk 8 Total 1,227 TOWN U.RKR,. Henry P. Dorl, 11 400 John Smith, I) 482 George O. Bedford, 1. It K9 John Oleiiry, T, I) 146 Warreu Kingsluml, Pro..,, 42 Blank 6 Tot Hi 1,220 JI'S'fH'l'. UK TIIK I'KACK. j John l>. Christie, U 49 T. Fergus ltudnioiid, H. A T. 11. ft(Ml Thoiuiw But,lei', Pro 42 Blank iff Total ' 1,227 ASSESSOR. Willimii II. Bacon, R. A* I. R.... .\>0(1 Patrick Hreiiiuui, I) 499 William Bonnet, T. It 171 Wallace K. (iairistui, Pro 49 Blank Total 1,227 cou.kctou. Kihvardfi S. Aniiess, U. & I. it.. \>90 Valentine Stock, U. AT. I> ;'iS9 Prank It. Case, Pro 42 Blank 6 Total 1,227 OVBHSEBR 01' TIIK t'OOIt. George H. Wuyjmt, R. St T. I>.. H0.\» Poiei 1 Dil l mini, I> 419 Louis it, Maekey, I. H 9tl William Preeitian, Pro t'.l Blank Ill Total 1,227 l'O.UMISSI(l\Ktt Or HIMIIWAYS. George O. Tuj lor, R. A T. R.... .\>7«j Zuchurlith T. Allison, l> 421 William E. Brooks, T. I> 192 William II Wtildron, Pro 16 Blank 10 Tat a 1 1,047 ('(IN.HTAHI.l-.il. Prank Bell 1197 Owen Fcetiey 600 W'illiuiu II. bprmgsteiul 645 Christum Spissinger 123 (JOOI'KO E. Allison 194 Charles E. Balieock 5«7 Joseph Freick .V.ii Philip A. PoX -.r>7 Williuni B. Llvticy >17 Samuel llutchiiis 1 (Kt John Hudson 4.» Joseph Wood 16 Edward McElroy 4f» Berkley M. Duryuft 12 Anuitia Davies 4H Total 5,9381 OAME CONSTABLE. August Wel<e 9 r )4 John J. Rose J2l Joseph Kelly 44 Total 1,01)9 * INSPECTORS or ELECTION. Dist. No. 1 ?F. Radford Johnson 565 George H. Burma 562 t Osotti 1 Wood Gil George Springsteen 615 John Ferguson 44 John Christie 43 Blank 14 ___ Total 2,454 Dist. No. 2? George O. Taylor 561 William Ecroyd 566 Edward Schm'ohl 616 Miehael Burke 613 I'erry E. Demurest 44 Clmrles Bradbury 45 Blank <j Total 2,454 Dist. No. 3? William E. Ltinn 566 Wllford G. Floyd 565 James Kevins 612 William .Springsteen 611 Blank 100 Total 2,454 Dist. No. 4- William B. Llvscy 566 Roscoe Clulds 557 Thomas F. Gurran 614 Patrick M. Moitisbcv 612 \ 105 Total 2,454 Dist. No. 5? Franks. Allison 559 Jaium Gourley 563 Charles H. Zundel 620 William Tiorney 616 Harvey F. Johnson 45 Stephen Johnson 44 Blank 7 Total 2,454 Dist. No. 6? Goorge O. Bedford 438 Uemaii M. Purdy 565 Luke SegrilT ' 616 William V. Cieary 617 Sumn&l W. Bubcock 45 William H. Lane 44 Blank..! 129 Total 2,454 Dist. No. 7? Charles I. Springsteen 563 Stephen J. Doßiinn 564 Thomas Foley 615 Dentou F. Luke 621 Goorge M. Barnhart 45 George DeWiif 44 Blank 2 Total 2,454 EXCISE COMMISSIONER. Henry Rembe, R 364 Daniel O. Springsteen, D. AT. D. 317 William C. Bull, 1. II 109 Nh veil P. Jones, Pro 99 Total 889 la Stony Pat at. SUPERVISOR. Alexander Rose. 316 Fred. W. Peiiuv 287 Blank \ 28 Total 631 TOWN CLERK. Edward A. Thompson 315 Prank Hoyt 41 Blank 255 ! Total 611 JUSTICE OK THE PEACE. ttherrjian A. Barren 279 Kagene Reltlv 304 William F. Holt 28 Blank 10 Total 621 OOMMattIONEII OK HIGHWAYS. Anthony Zlpp 298 John Canuell 228 Daniel Hazard 95 Blank 16 Tot ul 637 ASSESSOR. Rlclinrd B. Bodormond 325 Felix Clancy 269 Joint I'. LinkleUer 33 Blank 4 Total 631 COLLECTOR. Daniel f.vneh 325 John J. fli'tml 267 Nelson I'hillips 32 Blank 7 1! Total 631 r OVERSEER OK THE POOR. Aloniso Dykens 377 Matthew DeCainp 220 i William 1. Owens 32 Blauk 2 t '>, Total 631 In Clarkstown the entire Democratic - ticket wan elect* d, Joseph DeNoyella lining el< eted Super*isor over William Button liy 88 plurality. 7 Id Orangetowu (tie whole Democratic li ticket, Willi oue exception, *m alecUd. A PLEASANT VISIT. Tweuty-flve representative# ol Hie ! National Woman'* Suffrage Auooiation viditml the Natioual Capital Iml, beaded by Httnau U Autbouy, Rev. Auua Shaw ami ohertt, ami were given a hearing by Hip Bonae Judioiary Commit tie, lour ol wboae mpmliera lintened to tbeir request. In tbe Heuata'a marble rooiu, they were received and given an audi i euoe by Veuatora Hoar, Waloott, B'aok- burn aud Hill, of tbe Senate Committee I*V Woman 1 '? Sqdfaye Union ttifaiL ST. PATRICK'S DAY. The Grand Cvxemution Which wru take Place hn thb Eiturrama ** Grabs* Pom. An event ol great interest to the people of this vicinity will oflenr at Bt. Joseph's eliurcb, Grassy Point on tb* 18th of this month. Rev. John Talbot Suiitb, the author of many works of profound learning, nnd one of tbe fore- most pulpit orators of our days, baa iieen invited to deliver his great leo'ar* \The Irian People in Araartea\ lliat. the title of his discourse ia one of alisor.ling interest to every Irish haart, it is unn-cessary for us to state. bn» we wish to expro«M a hope that not ouly every Irishman and woman who lihb the great deur old laud *t, ataHa, but, also their shamrock fiienda throughout, this town and county-will be present to honor the da>. Tbe oc- casion and the distinguished lecturer, >tn Irish concert, also will totm not the loust important part of the festivities, and Piof R'-'bu and bis entire orchestia \u25a0if this viliHge have also been engaged. Altogether Grasxy Point will nunrsa for tlie first lime ia ninny yeats u flttintf celebration of St:, Patrick's Dmv, »nd oue which will lobg bo remembered. We ure sure our renders will not forget the 18 b and \The Irish in America.\ CHIEF ELECTED. At a meeting of the Hoversiraw Fira Department hold in the Corporation rooms lust night. Mr. George Mardorf was elected Chief Eugineer of the Huverstruw Fito Department. Mr. Mardoif, us Treasurer of the Bosnt of Eugineers, read a statement showing ti ut $58 i.'7 was received from in»uranoa companies the psst year. After the 'decti m the department was iuvited to tbe roms of General Wiirreti Hoai Company, where u pleasant evening wn« \u25a0pent. The election for assistants >? It I he belli on the first m«eiiug night of 'lie different companies iu April Each compuuy will elect one representative. ALDERMANIC MEETING. 'l'lie Board of Trustees held their first \u25a0MurcU meeting, hikl i>j all probability the las! meeting of the present Board oa Weduesday evening, All the membn \u25a0 were present. After Oleik Furm tii had read the minutes of the preceding meet- ing the meaning of the several con- sultations which Were belug luld bv ?n-veral of the members before Preside) t Z'tudt I called the meetiug to order Ife- oame nppjrctit. After the minutes wer» read by the cleik the motion to adopt lie minutes an read started the b.ill rolling. At the lust meeting < t ilio Hoard resolutions were adopted ip propriating SI,OOO for the purchase of rtre honr, 8500 per annum lor a Polio* Jus ice, and 3500 for extra police. The resolutions were reeouKidered and the following propositions substituted: Ap oropriaiiou for ts'ra police abolished, 850 for te ui of Police Justice snb- tiiuted instead of 8500 per am nm, ami 4500 instead of 81,000 appropriated tor lie purcha>e of tie hose. A'ter the toregoiug riotn-dderatious mi-re made (he minutes were adopted, the follow- ing bills were allowed uud ordered paid: John 8 Schreeder, 815; E eotrio Liiglit 8263 CO; Insurance. 812 £5; H P. Johnson, 8164; G. G Allison, John H Warner, L 'ilia Stock, Benjamin b\ Guruee, Jacob V. Smith, IV-er Scatter, as jurors in the Rockland street oiise, at 812 each; Henry Wagner 8230 A bill of T. Muguire & Son for 868 20. which was for swelled brie'* a 1 82 75 per i\l was allowed at the rate of 82 50, although Aldermen Fox and Gourlev made a strong tight to pay the lii'l at 'he amount o aimed, A comuiiinic tiou irom Mr. Urotiaell agreeing to r« ceiv« payment for I is bill at a rediotioti of 5 omit* p. r oart. load was i j-ctrd hv ? lix i\imo voti as the Magutre bill. A communication from C li. Van- leiibnrgh was received askiin lliat »n sempt tiremmi's certificate l>e granted him whs returned as the application must be made through the hoatd of engineers. Messrs. McOauley a> <1 VVneeler were instrue'ed to procure all injunction against the Ecliei'uona for further eucroaohment upon ltoukland street. I pou motion the primary for the purpose of nominating village ottlo-rs was ordeed to be held in ill Opera House on Wednesday afternoon, Much 14 h, and the election in the Corpora (ion Rooms on Tuesday atternoon, March 20th, from 1 p. in. io sunset. Police Justice liitohelder rendered his report,showing that he r coived 857 in tineH. The report was in tacked b»- Alderman McCuhe as no mention hud lit Mii made ol the Doran tine. Alter much wrunglinglhe report whs adopted. Permission v'um granted George Amher to trect a two stoiy livtne dwell- ing house upon the lot ou the corner of tiiidsnii and Fairmonnt avenue Tie following resolution offered by Alderman MrKenzie, was adopted: Whkkeas, Hv a vote of Ilia electors of the Town of Hxverstraw, it has been decided that the sum of $1,700 tie raised by the t. wii ol Haverstr>w for the purpose ol joining with the Corpor- ation in the joint use of iheCori oration aud said town. Now therefor*, Jiesotved That the question millions ieg the trusters to make such a trai sicr to tiie town of Haverstiaw as notv In* agreed upon that u vote be taken at our annutd Corpmation electiou lo lie held ou Tuesday. March 20th. A BIRTHDAY PARTY. Mr. aud Mrn> L'ppnmu Stork «»«!\u25a0?- brateil Hie fiftieth birthday til Vtf. > S'ork at tlu'ir reßiilenre ou llrna-lwa» on Sunday afr.prm«ou, March 4 the giK-etrt prpHPi.t went Mr. unit Mi». Hiuison aud Mr. I S'ork, of HnCVrn; . MisM Fannie Stork aud Mi-n L\iiora ! flirNOf, of N«w York city; Mr Mat In I Riplmui, of Itrooklyu; ami Hie Mppsih, ' Alirani and Buujiiniu Simeon, nl I'm r, JmviH Aiuoiir tbe many pleutiiitf lea- i tare* ol the ultemoou wai> a recitation . by Mr. lUpltuo) aud a VQ«al tolv b] I BiraoUt ' WOMAN SUFFERAGIS TS TO MEET. Meetings arc to be held in the Opera House on Friday and Saturday after- noons mi l evenings, March 16 aud 17 nuder the auspices of the New York State Wmuiiu H ~'lunge As»ociations' Constitutional A mend ment Campaign < Joaimittee. Rev Anna Shaw will speal Friday evening, Marcli 10. and Susan H. Anthony will speak on Saturday rtVening, March 17 I' is also very pro nablu that. Misn Aiit'.ouy will also spear ?in Sunday. Alarcn 18. GREAT MUI3IC OFFEK. Suud us the iinines and addreaaeH of three or more pt>rforrct>ra oo the piauo ur urguu together with eight acuta in poatnge and wu will mail you oue oopy popular mu->ic monthly, coutaioing ten pieouM, full nlient ointtio, couHiatiug of popular Hnngß, waliasßH, uiarohea eto., arranged for I lie piauo iiud organ. Ad dreHn; Popular Mimiu Monthly, luditiintpolia, Ind

xml | txt