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Staten Island independent. (Staten Island [N.Y.]) 1893-189?, December 18, 1894, Image 1

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liKCKMBEn U, 1894. ,l „l,r. FI.VAXCIAI, . Ilnu /Mm .iir.\—Do . Ii.iil Mir.'lil I lilnlulny • • I., Ililiili irry lllllc J11..I ivflM' IJnnurrlri' ' linl l-i.il III Willi slm-i, ClIllHill, Siii'iilili mill I'riilllii, r, II. IMJAI.I.'l. I'llHiniKNT II. 1:,i\l,i:x.\M)l:lt. vii •riiKiiiiiilii-: 11. iiiiiKmiitH. II i;. Ali-xiiiiiliT.' <r. .1. K'i.Tlmiil Fill s 11)0,00(1 0 0 .'>0,000 0 0 lllll^' F. l(IHV!.«ll. •nilvnl t'l. i'lliniili iinii Iirjiiiii,'!;, Jr., V ViiikCIi'iirlri),' lli jlili.o isltorj. ST.\1'I.I;T(I: iirst i s !•! nr.-iiiil.l I OFFICIAL DI Complelolis t o f Connh - IiiKO Ofliccra. givi„„ dress iM d IpcaHo n o f oIBli^v • COONT V OFFiiii^ CiH.'ily JtidKc mill Stir StnilH!iis.--sll» l a sunom., mso liall Jloiidnys, Nc, i,ri„i:,f, - - Tiicsilaya, lilcUmonil WcUoiS,™i„'?S I p.^m. oni™ at. nicluiicincl raSI,\\* DUtrlct Attoriiov—T w pi,..' •Sliarp ovoniie, Po a lUoUmMa • i-.lir-K. SI. Muii„ . court house iih Cll!rI(_,Ioli3f 1, ' lllclimonil. • Ci.iiiijy Tr,.un„r«r—.M. S Ttni,;' moi.il luruiilte, TompkUisMiir . t^'HllllllHKlliiier-Iiiii„ • . « llcc, HIcIimona icrnico, rool. o, lElilli rltrlitou Klu -lie pletoii^ S iry p. Sliplctog \•-\.•'.EoSij l :aiili I'i'liiiK i ^'(>'l'l('^:^ iliouao. limm coil' iiuiirj iiieeu ,„ l-i.l.ci, C.,„„|,|„„,..„^ ' Iv. oniiro, stjiuoa No. Miilli r, ili;up„.oi;. llulii .MUIIIim,lii»iiKi! 11, Villi iril.HilllpWoiiiS Clerliitr aiiiuoaa poilee Iioaril, II .Mill QlllI II KiYVlCK III. r tlir I Sali i Tii s il'lt.-. (iiJuiliiUiiif s 0 id Nn. Caslkinn >11.-. •.•jv i.r III!- U'itl fii( t IM-trict oil Jijlh . iSy.l , ••u llrkliNin , I i;u V. frntii {I n I ni' . H(\rv wlu III' ;|||||<-|| to all I'ill- I t. T llm l (Int.;. i)l':.\Nfs Iinin.-A.v , • Ihill. N\ ..I .Iiiiiii ANI> t.Moorw;. a iiS CitTK, I», V lit- •l-I^'ll ILLAO K OFW « NmiTHKiKi,i» Ji. vmi.Niime, Dcnuudk oi lioaiii, wuufc iu Toii^. •ailclilzfcii mciiiu J.Slianfit,l'orc ]ui otor o f XjixuH-iMiu I r the- I'ooi-,J. D. ; t ICichiiiiMxl Uoiird of T i>ri;sl(Iuiii.; u . N. !)„„),g' )r, W. Wlii'cJor, H. Urowii. Jr. -.1 of Jr4-iil«.—.Emu IvK;, Abnili:im WiilsJi, (JuntiUP, W^ I>arn.;ll. Sociiftary, uimilcaM. 1 i:cT, Dr, K T. .Mai tJinlalo:i . Mil IV, J M CARTijrros ;ir«l—Diuilel Campbell, CuyterTi -I II;.,\ i.'|-|\M> lap iiii..li-l.\ II.-iir> A I.AIHK SlliilMT. Kny. !lui-k;.Tuiiii •ioir»ir-«;nR: rhlfcJTUL-sduyofc IH.KTOWN Vlti •cuDi-, etiorlca J: • Micimfsi:Mc<3ttlc«-: iry Inspector. Mcfu^vfsal village hall. \ \Vi yoirriiKiRLD itounl-Natlmulel MnrsU.D.T. ml Clerk of Boarder Heal liUr k'HI) ii«t(-i) Poor—WIUJi n wianTiELD iJoiinl—Abmra cole. ... —™ I xuir, J . J . Dlhsoswuy. S. A. JMw^ lluai'd or HealUi, same ns Town BoSw Clfr h mat Clork of Bounl oCUei^ imhlsoii, Totlcuvlll. C«it]<>cliir—iTsuiitiS Ln .1.^1 LI^S KOn CHILLS AND MALARIA, •i.-liiiM., iiiiii,,..,!. nil.,, •jr. rlii ™ .CNFlJ-riilnNT l.ir iviiiflla iiii, mill flllllH. U.-i ITIIIHII Illlltll'. Tllll.M.l,^ ,1. JiiJllllIlI.VV. Illi HUI-I.I, w. II. llliNlillAI. .MIlJN'r lIMIKItr.miN.J A.MI K.IIIIAUtlXU . IIMilil (I IKMiAUIKI.S- I'OliXKII.S , S . I . onic'd AiIiln.H,s: Ilii.wvlllc, N. Y . EX.aXES AND nOrLEB^ B. W. Payne & .IKWKIiIlV . c 4 'Tirrc IlKNIvDICT.\ imly r«'n.'\r oiin r aii<l CiifT nut- • lH\l'loiiff III llloHainmul iionm tlio SSi'SrSfll^iS'tS!!; t^olil, hUvlt nna I v\s put ou luiy Cllj,'.' lalli'tl' ifiilil. Hl.'i'vn lauit... ;tr.Ni:i)iOTiii«»M..iKwi:LKiis. Hri.ii.lwuy .t Ciirtlniitlt St., N. Y. Mai\utartnn'.l fur tli.; trwlo hy KNOS im-IIAUt)St»N .t CO.. ••1 Miilil.i ' Mttml (nr CJrcailiiM. (This llollQr and EnRlno innv be seen U 1h INUBI'KSDKNT oniCf. .TilO.paO--™ <liuMy apiw d w allow any wuo..;M DspecC lliom.) I Kc w Yor k omce , - 4Ir ] FACTORY, Elmln, N. NCPAcrnjiKns ( vertical, iforlzontal, CorUss, and ^ I ENGnpi VorUcal, llortzoDtaJ, StaU BOILE] ' Contmctore .ror coiopleitftStedaitH nil pun)OHe£:-trcauirlnff stoaclsinm^'^ mmi KLiffl) DECEMBER-18. 1894. SS'S fursisiiisg goods. Snow Tet! But everything suitable the Hoiidaj^s at EG- |RT'S. Bx)ecial line of Gloves; lekwear, Handkerchiefs I Boxes, Mufflers, Um- ella-s, Hats and Caps, ir.ake train to Tomp- nsville. JBBET'S DjMPKINSVILLB. lYELlSFOHClira ocal Dealers Have all Styles of Presents. ^AT T O PURCHAS E AN D WHER E T O GE T IT. >lc r.if u Girt-i—11 Li m inizi Jus t lU-ii. i>in» Tni<1c CiLsey,. I'Tk, .1. K. u'CJnuly. 'I'..w n Colh-iiJc.r .>r T.-ixfts-KoIlx Hal I>v<-I - o f I'.H.r—!•% II. Jloirutr, Toi N«!w Iti-lslUoii Itourd <»r TruMteos- lapponccker, nrac waitl; Davlil WlUt ^ S ward; Edwui-U IlrJcc, Iblr.t * \ \ roll nil word: Joscpii II . iMamv. nu h wura^; •• SlcCuJie, Slxui ward. .losi.pii FotherHtori. irc ;Tl iiioaih.- til—.•Mij.'^i MmstueiU, K.I . .MllltT. AAckrfdri. riieo-. iloru M. Wulhur, hvalcli oillL-er. Siinftaiylnimcfc^'' [jjrs; .luliu .Mi)iTJs.jii, Frank lani I the IJist week or mor e a grea t -- UK liHVf been 'wonderinpt wba t wonlcl II snitaljl \ CliriFtnms present. I t : inu.iiu'h to ar«u e tha t -hT e are ;uik1 an d one thit.KS wliicU woul d 1 nice to olTcr as a holida y ^ift , bu t u-m-nilly ask vonrself whic h on e wil l an d h.>w miiu h .vill i t cost? Tt is inse of IXDKl'KNUEXT tO smOOth diGiculty. :ha t itha s grow u to he a dut y to give a t Irisnim s is a fact whic h perhar J pi.. tthi x ;nl of worriineu t to u Kruiit man y tin s Mone y lia.s heeii scarce for a lon g an d the elToct of the hard time s has s.-verelv felt. However, i f it be a l,y jiv- this season to present Kifts to >se dear to us, it is onei o whic h a vaa ilxT take fjreat pleasnre ao d the ! :hase mone y can he found . Th e love .. .}vree\l»e»irt for who m he -.vill den y irtHlf sev-::wl-hrxiirleir1h crder that , hi be ab./lo afford to giv e he r som' toke n of liis atEectlon. Th e gir l whi v-es tha t al l tha t is good in msiscnlin- centered purchjise iroods. iL E . (JreenJil d of ;p6rt Richmon d started i n the aw goods bnsiness in l^and th e firm o f U Greeu- ild & Son * hav e no w three Spacious stores i n Por t Richmond , on e forib e sa-le of dr y goods , on e for th e sale of l^mitur e ao d one for th e sale of carpets. .They huve-aiso a hnmc h store o n Castleton ave- nue . WestBrighlon . All thatth e puzzled shopper needs t o do t o learmvho t to hn y ia to cast a glanc e a t thei r s^o w Windows. There yo u wil l see jus t the thin e you were lookin c for. They hav e a -Very large varietvofstotkandaresellin g a t astound- in g lo w prices. The y offer plush , silver mounte d ulbum a a t .prices rangiug;ri-om 75 cents to §5: n^anicnre sets, fro m 50 cents ip; fancy wor k boxes fro m np ; hand- onie Christma s cards fro m one cent up ; handkerchiefs-ver y UesirnUle «i£ts-rfrom tfOL UD to S1.50 each; al l kind s of per- fume s fro m 5 cents to$LS5 a bottle. They have a ful l lin e of jewu-Iry Jit al l pnct« , md also almos t every style of hai r pm cji.ses, silver backe.l comb s anci brnsbes. These good s hav e been purchased for the holida y trad e an d mas', be sold, hence th e great cn t i n Qgures. Tha t yo u will no t regret payin g a visit t o Greemval d & Son is Ji foregone conclusion. Thei r prices hav e al l been reduced for you r con- venience. Giv e the m a call. Bo«)t»> Slioe.H an d SUppers. I f yo u wis h to give a present whic h wil l be useful an d sen.-icealile, wha t is nicer n a goo d pai r of shoes or slippers? Suc h gift « canno t fai l to meet wit h appre- ..Ation. At Foggin' s shoe empormm . Por t Kichmond , can be foun d a large an d One assortmen t of ladies' an d gentleme n .s slippers, articles whic h ^vill serve wel l as holida y gifts. Th e followin g list i s wort h careful perusal: Fo r gentlemen — ucDUloe allUjalor Opera sllppei-S- v* ; ™ BrownDougola CoUimbian Maroon Goat opera and Everett slippers 51 ^ ^ Embroidered opera slipper \ E\-erett supper.. Imported Alligator \ - Fo r Ladies — . ur bound \ Quilted \ Embroidered opera \ Felt dippers, Xelt soles I'ateut leather vamp sandals Dou t faiItJ>2S k to see.- - six butto n ladies' shoe, d pair of whic h cost bu t SI.75. Men's, boys'an d yCUvu S ec.\ King boots an d ladies' an d misses', pebbel- coa t leg boots, al l o f whic h are line d wit h lamb' s wool. H e sells men' s lamb' s wool soles, 33 cents a pair; ladies', 25 cents; mi.sses', 18 cents. Thi s is th e place t o bu y :;:mmousense presents, an d yo u mak e i t a joint t o giv e somethin g serviceable to hose wh o are nea r an d deftr t o you. tensive an d he offers bacon fo r 12 cents ^ - ha m for-iO an d 12 1-2 cente a poond . H e makes, i t a poin t t o giv e bet- Jewelr y Belm v I t there I s th e BliRhtest iloub t i n joar miui l a s to >^hatt o ba y for « Ghristmijs present i t wil l be wel l wort h yoa r whiU to eiill an IE Scwai tit. th e praetleal watch- make r am i jewele r .who has. a fine store i n th e Griffith huildiiiB , Por t BiohaioiKl. KiiiSS. wateh..s; eioeks aid P\\ - mak e very pretty presents, an d oC these artSes he hi^'a fal l line. Hi s prices hav e all been reduced t o stilt th e time s an d yo u shoul d pay hi m a visit before yo a CO to Ne w Yorls for yon r jewelry. He Jells solid sol d riuits forTocent e -nd up- ward , an d -olid gol d seurf pin s forSl . Ex- line his stock. jUS-nCE S MUS T SHO W TH E BUS|. NES S THE Y Dp. complet e Kocorda Mos t B e JMa<le o t A U Ptti »llc BanInessaad .^eyMust B e Open, t o tlio PnWIo-Pawe r o r OoistoWe s to Be Limited— Two GoodBUls . Tw o importan t bill s to govern th e ad- mlliSBtration of pu r local erlmina l comt e ndjtopntan end to th e abases whic h baS i so lon g existed hav e been P;^Pare d ndSubmitte d t o ABsemhlyina n CoaK l THE FIREMAN. Theaunaa i meetin g of Xiauar a engn u compan y No . 5 wa s held Thursda y even- S?mid elected Frederic k Kindt , foreman: .loh n -iValsh, .assistant: Frederic k Bryan t •hief engineer; l.oni s Kind t an d -4. Sliv^ assistants; Ghas.' Watt , secretary; K . D . Aininwal i reeordin s secretary; Charles Baieler . treasurer; Rober t McEneanerj- Wnd -n-illiani McEneauery , stoker s Joh n Smeider, .steward, an d Willia m Keboe, assistant; Leslie Andrew s am i Henry-4.p- jlebauin , trustees. Lyman' s boat shed at Clifto n was ^nslted by lire for the thir d tim e Frida y evening. ?>rompt wor k on th e par t of th e firemen prevented th e flames fro m snrcaduis. . 1.15 . 1.15 ,1.50 and 1.T5 - Englis h Tlie fire wl ifor the first I Th e regul fire represeo departmen t w Phili p Me n candiilat e for vater fire del >f Nc p ised r lire of I II som isrlu atStapleto n m e Foday night , r meetin g of the board itivBsoftb e EdK i as held Frida y evening, it'er of Tompkinsviil e is .. ^hief engineer of theEdge - ...rtment. He is a membe r igine compan y No . B. fo r aa'e^l' y totrodnction iu th e comin g fiSembly . Th e bill s wil l eitplain the m selves. The y follow : jnSTICES TO KEEP OltlMIXAI. DOCKETS. AKiACT t o provide fo r th e keepin g of arilbckecbyiasticesofthepea^o f P~ - C«ding s ha d i n crimina l action s an d '^.inll proceedings, includin g cases T^t'°p£ple of ph e Stat e of Ner f York , represented i n th e senate an d assembl y d o enact as follows^. &tion l . Ever y iostice of th e peace ,h^'fkeep- a docket whic h shal l be fnr- nisKedt n himby th e tow n c erk of th e tow n i n whic h h e shal l reside an d m whic h h e shal l forthwit h eater correctly fallminntes-ofai l bnsiness don e before bim.a s suc h justice nu d lUJ a coar t ot special iesaions i n crimina l actions an d i n Siminal proceedings an d incladin g coaea S felony; said docket shal l he designated \Jaitic e Crimina l Docket \ an d shal l b e a t al l time s open for inspection to th e public ; such docket shal l h e an d remai n the prooerty of th e tow n of th e .residence of eichjustice . an d a t th e iKtpiration or sooner determinatio n o f th e ter m o f ofHce of such justic e shal l h o promptl y hande d over t o his successor: Th e minute s i n •very such docket shal l state th e na n it th e witnesses sworn an d thei r plac e i'ot li . ;eral gi: I'ractleal Cbarity. ag o Miss JIa i several' .Itowdics .Boiijarfa e Jewelr y Store. Th e gan g whic h infests th e neiBh^^ hood o f fie old-W-estBrlBhtbn feiiT doc k a a very ha d one, an d almos t every -we^ leveral complaiut s at e hear d cpnceniiiiB wime of its members . < . - ,-.. Sataida y night Michael- Appleton . an d William Brown , bot h yoan g men of d^ prave d habit s ind member s ot th e do^ oauK . dran k considerable Jiijaot. an d l a Srder t o end th e evenin g wit h th e accom- plishmea t o f som e senaatlpmU decided t o enrich themselvf a b y bnrg^ Iziu B J . 1.1. Beeman' s jewelry store on^h e terrSce. The y brok e th e bi g sho w wmdo w an d helped themselves t o th e articl e whic h th e jewele r had-failed t o pu t int o ^'plummim Salllva n caagh t th e me n I p the ne t o f robbmi ? th e place an d arrest them . The y were taken^hefor e Jas«ce I,aiigton,an d thei r case wi U g o before t h \^heesttiit o f thei r booty amounte d to abou t SlOO wort h of riugs , watche s an d scarf Dins, mos t o t -which were -found i n their possession. Th e sidewal k i n fron t o( th e store wa s strew n -ivith trinkets, which , in Iheir excitement, the y ha d dropped. Concernin g th e gan g Mr . Beema n raid t o ISDETESDESI: - ' . ..v . .•The\ ban d of tough s o t whic h th e ar- rested thieves ar e member s l a a very ba d The y loung e abou t th e coal yar d an d th e ol d dock, an d ar e the-worst kin d ot a niisance. The y anno y u s everyday , an d m r complaiut s agains t the m hav e been of lo avai l The y are a pac k o t losj- loafers. I t seems t o m e tha t a numbe r o l the m voul d d o anything-^ve n get mt o jaU—l u jrder t o keep fro m working. \ . •JSTEW \UNbBR^.SJB^ J . CHARLE S MERCHANT . - •rit—(jeiii-jfe hraudr. stupleton lleefiir „ r Tuxes—ramis GIllSOn^,^^ lit j-iiiii.—James H. Leslnuige,'Etn^^ •r Itoaril o f Triistcpii—AupiB^ lii^ii ward;aileliaeisie«silre, i I .M. .luliiiHloiie. mini miraiPlilUp;! II waril; lleiirj- uekerbullaeii,;n . CiilIIiis,elL'i-I.-;,M. CaUlli;-.tl wli;k, eiiKIiiet-r. Iteymflr-mwUilrf jnil TaeijiliiyH or eacu mouthr\\ t .Santa Cli it on the twi ill jus t ima g lo will hav e lis nt..\-t Tiie •-or those wh ,-e, IXDEl'ENI offer. , ..ill certainly ill -.vpres.sing ber regard by e nea t an d nsefni article line ten tiuiKs above its ilonor's sake. The n ho w 5 there wh o wil l see t o It s will pay thei r hom e a ry.lifth iliiyof December? Fanc y \Books Machines, MiUliierV. Th e bolida v 'shopper pan find man y litable articles a t D . if . Simonso n s dr.v goods store, a place know n t o every girl an d woma n i n an d aboni. Por t Richmond . Th e novelties whic h h e is offering are really .too aumeron.s _to mention.. . l u h^ sbo w window s are displayed man y thing s whic h attrac t th e feminin e eye, an d an y person wh o wishes to pla y th e role of Sau- u i Clau a shoul d visit thi s wel l equippe d ston.. Hi s prices are lo w an d h e baa al l Llities of goods. Etc. e'the myriad s of onie surprise f day! I arc puzzle d as to KST has som e iof o eblldr Iht r pa- vba t to mat i nlai ISiO . Oil Kiisy Terms. I Hard o &\Calvert ot Por t Richmon d hav. f-i large variety o f the very best bicycles ii the m.arket. A bike is jus t th e thin ( wlilcb everybodv wants—young , old, mal e ir female. I t is a present whic b woul d brin g Joy fo an y heart. Why no t bu y a ClUiinbla ? I t is the best wheel In th e .vorld Do no t say yon canno t afTord to bu y I\\'\™ 'erm s so easy tha t bicycles are placed I n [the reach of all . Th e Columbi a costs bu t illKl an d you will onl y hav e t o pa y ^ I'lovvn Th e balanc e ma y be pai d i n ' itlily payment s of SIO each. Th e pop- Hartfor d bicycle ha s been reduced t o Th e first paymen t wil l beS!5. an d i.,,^ balance In monthl y Instalhnent s o f S0.50 each. Th e list price ot th e WIzarf wheel is SIIO. .\t th e first paymen t SM 1 will be asked an d th e balanc e wil l bo pay- lablc i n ten monthl y installment s ot S5 teach There i s anothe r grad e of th e Wiz - ard whic h is sold forSI-W. Althong h th installmen t pla n costs mor e tha n th e cash purchase, a rebste of flfty cents IS allowe d nn al l payment s whic h are pai d promptl y and the purchase r can thu s save 55 on th e price of a bicycle. No w d o not. say yo u lire too poor to bu y a bike. Aren' t th e terms very ea-sy? liard o & Calverts' salesroom is i n th e Grimt h building . Por t Richmond . Inspect thei r stock. Clirlstiiins Tree XrliiiirilnB». Dolls, Etc . Everybod y I n Por t Richmon d know s where Appleton' s store is-besi.le th e post oHlce I t wa s there tha t yo u droppe d i n durin g th e summe r month s t o treat your- self to som e deliclons ice crea m o r spi^k - lingsod a water. Thi s yonn g man' s irin- doiv i s neatl y decorated wit h al l th e trini- ining s neces-sary tor a Christma s tree. He lliaalarg e line of eandiu-iat «rprisingl y lo w nrices an d sells America n mixe d for 12 ceLt , a pound ; Frenc h mixed , «cente a pound , an d his special mixture , whic h i s worth'2 5 cents a ponud , costs bnt-15.; He offers a splendi d variety o t choice candir a fa t 20 cents a pound . .Hi s speaalt y a t [present is pop corn.\ ; It\ wa s prepared-in TO.V.S. r,andies. Tree Ilecoratlons. i t woul d soun d od d t o ask if yo u •here Fran k P . Grimsbaw' s large confec- tionery is, wouldn' t it? Eve n th e small- est chil d i n Por t Richmon d could lead fon t o it. And hasn' t h e a n enonnou s Itoc k of goods! Fiv e baudre d Sant a Clauses coul d no t deplete his store. But his bi g trad e necessibites n u mimejis e stock. Som e of his prices follow ; \ eloc- ipedes, ia: larg e express wagon s (iron axles), 51 .6!1; drums , from 20 cents t o 61 .00 each; sleighs, beauties, IW cents, Bo cente. SI an d 51.2.1 each; whoelbarrows. 2., cents an d 50 cents each; lltti e wagon s onl y 10 cents each; tool chests, 22 t o 89 cen K ^ foldin g desks, 78 cents ^ch; doll 25 t o SO cents each; banilsomel y boun o books. 24 cents eaeb; horn s 5 cents, each. H e also ha s a hirg e hu e ot prett y dolls hobb y horses, blackboard s an d almos t ry thin g one could thin k o . Ho is fa- fo r hi s fine candies, an d h e ha s all varrin g i n priced from 10 t o 40 S^Stpouml H e hL marke d his prices dow n t o sui t th e times , an d if yo u enter his store yo n wil l leave i t wit h a lergc bundl e tinder you r arm , for his articles are so temptingl y chea p tha t yo u \'Uno t hel p bu t buy . Pa y him a -visit by al l means . ^ Gate's an d laile th e painful , dis- Tba't tbeFe-wers jlKErSin g Jtamilies livin g withi n a tew blocks of thS U ffi St-inleton wu o were destitute of even t u ta r -st necessities of life. Thei r hejirts were touched wit h sympath y an d swelled, wit h charity The v set abou t arrangin g some pla n to relievo th e sufferings of heir neighbors. A numbe r of other youn g wome b were enlisted an d th e mat- ler wiis discussed, an d i t wius determine d 1 a bazar. Th e pla n wa s broached t o Mr . D . T. Cornell, whose heart an d lian d are alway s open t o the poor, an d h e uav e th e youn g wome n permission t o hol d thei r baza r i n his. handsome_rea l .jatiite ;,Dico o n \Wate r strljet~S6rplelonf\an d there i t wil l be held:,on .Thursday, e inc . Th e youn g wome n wen t t o \orl ^ mtb a wil l an d the y hav e been bighl y successful i n obtainin g a large variety of articles, both useful an d ornamental , especially adapte d to th e holida y trade , whic h the y wil l be enabled to sell a t very lo w prices—If the purchasers wan t lo w nrices unde r such circumstances. The pretty goods wil l sho w to fine effect i n .he handsom e office, an d the cbaraiin E vouu g wome n wil l ad d to th e attraction . K,li,l\ny shoppers shoul d al l visit th e bazar. There wil l be bau d painte d placques, dolls an d other work s of art, Lbe wor k ot th e youn g wome n them- selves. Jluc h of th e success of th e under- MSidence; I f in a city, th e street andhons i onmber , an d I f i n o villag e or towTi, thi nam e of th e .street, road o r highway . Section 2. Any justice of tlie peiice whi. sbiill willfull y fail to mak e an d enter i n suc h docket forthwit h th e entri^ b y thi s act required to be mad e o r t o exhibi t such docket whe n reasonably required shal l be guilt y ot a misdemeano r an d shal l upo n conviction, i n additio n to th e punishmen t \provided b y la w for- a misde- fTHSimor. forfeit his office. A N AC-T limitin g th e powers of con- .faMeTl B crimina l actions an d proceed- Ss i n thS-Sounty ot Richmon d an d ex- tendin g th e \ f th e police force ot saiiTiouuty . \i^ Thepeopl e of th e state of NewsJ;\' ^ represented i n th e senate an d ossein B^T do enact OS folio,,!. . \ Section 1. No process, precepts, ortleras warrant s or commitment s ill .any crinl-, ina l ai-tion or crimina l prqceediug^siial l herjatte r he,:djrected;^gdi^^ tlcein'th e county^ ot Eiqhmona. torany . constable o f «d county ; andt-.ev^ . coij: stable o f saidi\county.is herebyipr^lbite d fro m executins. th e Slime, bu t eve^ , suc h processVprecept, order, .wa™nt.au d com- mitmen t shal l hereafter be directed, is- sued an d delivered t o an y of th e member s of th e police force o t Kichmon d count y wh o ar e hereby invested with th e sam e powers no w possessed by th e constables of saidconnt y I n crimina l proceeding, i n rela'tlou thereto. - - i . Section 2. Al l acts an d part s o t acta inconsistent.with.thisat t ore hereby re- ^sSona. TlJis act shoir tak e effect immediately . ..ikin g i- For t Wndswo t an d makin g ni cnred 11 box a t air . Harrigo u \Notoriety. \ ii contain s live SI lumber s a t 25 10 T ub s Molli e Griffin ot th . who , besides collecting an y pretty articles, has se- I-larrlgau's theoter, wher e 's latest an d best play , , bein g ployed. Th e bo x ...t.. i,iiil wil l be disposed by jhance. Don' t for- Creet, 1 id place, Thnrs'day eve No . aing. Wate i Jlr . presen t i s po p i - mvu . . a . Alban y an d is sweetened .wlth reiU- hone y -not inolnases. It is rolled int o halt o whic h cost bu t on e cen t each an d ar e extr a fine. He ha s all . kind s .of toys,: t^ruita,- •nuts, an d Ohristnin s ..books. He,<hiw;_.a numbe r o f dolls, full y dressed,-aad -he .sells the m for 49 cents.each:. Jfon qugh ^ it o see th e ai r giu i he sdlstor.9 9 cKUtej im d ith e handsom e crDisets ^whichRO/for^TO d 198 ciinta each.- Mr . Appletou-'scryearice; i crea m for talis, paitir a audlte^ptiquamd ' is/ilway a ptepated\ suPPly.lt at^^tt notice. When looking.; .for,--Chrlrfm^ . , goods do'no t AJbuit ^ I \When a store has\ bee'u ratahliflh^; foP r- I qnartir\ of a oentury. Aiid liM.caWedm ^ 1 first class f^d o daring that: si^cefl' tit must certainly bo a raliahlej^jto -1 J' Dolls, Skates, Banks , Games. When yo u BO t o Burge r & Och s for anythin g yo u are sure of settin g it^ The y see m t o hav e everyiraaginabl e thin g i n thei r larg e an d extensive worerooms - ,vithou t doub t th e largest o n Stote n Isl- and , an d wit h hu t fe w equal s anywhere. I t i s a concern whic h Por t Bichraon d may feel prou d t o DOssoss. The y hav e tw o spacious building s whic h are a t present fairl y jammed , wit h Christma s goods. The y hav e as ffne a d a.ssortraent o f skates i on e coul d wish t o see. N o Christma s tree i s complet e withou t a t least on e pa^ of skates, ind these articles are so very cLaT ai Burge r Ocb s tha t almos t anyon e , can afford, to bu y several ipalr. The y hav e clu b state s for 39 cents, nicar f platid , 75 cents; Eirls'.skatea, very u»t. m Sents. AmouB thousand s o f otherarticl M the y hov e beautifull y dressed dolls. ..3 cents: dolls' toilet licto. 5 cents: p i . wor k box, 23 cents; .UTiting desl» . =3 cents frui t shape d banks , 5 cents each; elegan t sil k attire d doll , 99!cent3: doll s ot a^.ua - Mons. 25 cent8;;a : little, gir l i n Wuc.^ ients ; decoratied.cup an d saucer, 5 ceuM , hand painte d placques, ,,25 centa; 'El's. 45 cents an d upward; : jumping 3 'iCks. lu ceits r thre e game s in.,one hoi. -5 ^^^ It woul d b e utterly, Imposslhl a t o '=»uui=i> at o tieir man y desitable ar t clcs au d tta best thin g t o d o i s t o cal l a t th e store Sself ,Md. if, joii/ion't see \wta t yo u S as k fo r it . ThS U-he sur e hav e The Play's the Thing . Edmund Russell' s .second recital rell attende d a t Hote l Castleton Frida y evening , th e audienc e bein g largely compoasd of women , wh o showei l great interest an d pleasur e i n th e story of S^i^Ue White Cowl. \ To-nigh t the Gree k nln v \Ion. \ wil l hav e it s first production- it t he Germa n clu b hhl l i n Stapleton . an d th e Louse wil l be tested t o its ful l seatinB capacity by a n audienc e ivbicb wil l be mad e u p o f society people. No suc h elab- orate\ arrangement s hav e ev^ been made for a local productio n an d th e stag e set- ting s wil l be beautifu l an d orlistic to th e hlBhestdeBree. Th e amateurs , are' letter perfect i n their parts, an d ui^er thu. direction ot -Messrs. Russel l ,,ano Fesser a smoot h an d delIghtful_performauce, , ^ certal Ein U Or^m Rciatal . Th e fifth orga n recital i n th e thir d series vill be give n b y .Tames C. Crahtre e i n th e Imdall Memoria l churc h o n Thursda y afternoon. Mr . Grabtree wil l by.Mrs.. Ferrel Baker . Mpranq . Th e ,prO: gra m follows: . „ Christmas onertorlum..: - Leounena foSSS^ suepbeMs,\Glorla l a Exwlsls, Pastor. • , , ale.Adoniuoa.) . Secoathiuou B hlBh note suggesOng tlioGlUcl- ' Ing\ Stiir.) . ' -'Let tbe3rigfit seraphim,\ . . .(Sai^n>.:..HaJiflel MiB. Boker.\ • \ - \Adeste T-ldelesr.... .-..>.GrlB0tt \Slumber Song\. -..'.:Footq i.^'HaUeiujah\ .. .-v-V': IT IS T>OW& AT LAST AN D P. J. DUNN IS ASSESSO R FO R TH E TOWN O F MIDDLETOWN . I t Keaidre d 13D Ballots t o D o Hie Bosb i andtU o AiiLoIutiuent was JIad o WlU.ou t aVot e to Spare—Now the Boar d Can D o Some of Uie County's Baalnoss. Afte r t!WO mot e sessions of dilly-dallying an d fak e ballots, th e boar d o f appoint- men t finally ended th e lon g agon y ra Saturda y afternoo n b y .appointin g Piei^ .1. Dnnn as'assessor for Middletow u to succeed himself , an d thi s afternoon th e taird of supervisors wil l tak e u p th e de- laved count y work , whic h ha s accumu - lated unti l there i s a vas t amount ot..aii kind s tha t must , be,completed- betoreth e id of th e year. -, \ - , Th e hoard metragai n I n tte Edgewale r Villag e hal l onFridayaft^oqu an d . - i-golng -per^^fiSS ; vioUs'TuwHu^i.^.-,-,-., , , Fbttjisi i 'biUdtei - i^ult,'and o u :mdtion\ of'.Suiiervl! -Name lidjburamen t .was -t^eu: irda y mornin g a t 10:30. - ,.- When TJie boar d convened ..^baturqay norning \everybddy^ected.the - uen t woul d be mad e without-delaj^ . bu t th e sam e tiresom e taictlos, were\ employed.. Th e first ballo t resulted as : folloiys: Samue l Anderson , 1; .L. M. Jotinstane ; 1: P . j: J)uuu,-,l;- S . ,T ; Wyuaut. J ; .JumM Burke , l ; .Tames : Allen , a, an d Wan^ Anothe r ballo t -was taken , an d -anothet, an d another.:,lintU, 114 , ballqtj-.had been cast. Supervisor Tan Name-her e move d tha t arecess'otl b ininufe s be ttt^, ,vvMch wascarried. . -The membiO T p? idjourne d t o th^B inne r ioo m an d ^Mld^^ abl e caucusin g wa s dona:;;: At:l:M th e board -recouvenedi-and.,25 more . boUqt s were cast. m.aWn g 189,ii.:»lUOu.th e l«t ballot PiOTc.X-llunn,receive d .fouyot^ md wasdechire d elected.- Thelwardtha, Idjourne d i^h^tgaattern^ Man^itls No t a PoUUca l Amiolntmenl^ ; \EoUOciaas^Sorpt^ed i '-; - ; Ai -w ^ iiu^d^t^; th e anhqnucement''.-^, of : th6= appointmen t of J. Charles Mar-;.;^,' ^ant as unde r sherill,., mad e .in ISDEPEK- ; ijENT Friday , cieate d .considerable o f a.,.-, flurry , amon g th e politlclaus. ! and. , pC, ,,- course, there wa s som e adverse critiotom , - .;, because\ the; appointee-is no t knojv n to politics; hut th e appotatment.apP\ ™ to ., hointheliii e o f a hig h staud^ ot re- - form . Th e mii u wa s chosen solely,on nC:, ,;- coun t o f hi s fltdeis for. th< tuition. : jTne : position ol under , sherift is i m impprton t She, an'd itrneeda.amau.pbMe^edo t many- Kgh qualitlea.; Th e uiide r sheriff, mor e ; tha n th e sheriU'or uuybqd y ebe, cqmes in,:- contact: wit h the-prisoiiers, an d pntienqe,' , kindness, considerataon an d firmneM nra S^Sired : Mr , Harchanys,-the ^ happ y . , pSsessor of al l these. quoUdes , an d a t th e ,,- Sam e tim e h e i s a man o f marke d raecu-.;, tive ability , vvhirdi ^ \'\JyU? JS,;: : position. Mi. Daile y ha s offered the: positio n t o a numbe r .of politi^l worke ™ , - wh o poMessed mot e o r less of these qual^ ties, bu t I n each cose i t wa s declini^ . .Be-; SSdetehniuW t o flnd \ iT adapte d to th e requirement s o f the office, .. he tto wen t outjldoo f politic , .in search. i Ot a desirable man . He wa s no t Pc^n-;.; allyacquain.te a ivith Mr . Marchaqt,.,ba t ih e lStei.-:va s highly , recommended , t o , him b y a larg e numbero f InttueuMal citt- , znhs an d al l inquiry , \ivoa decidedly I n , to-vo'r of Mr . Marchaut , so h e WM a^ pointe d andwill enter upo n his duties, , wit h th e sherill o n Januar y 1; Th e appointment , ia directly i n lin e irtt h th e aim s a t Bood government , an d ha s Sv^^t siftistaotion to all- WoBa f»tc.>. Ste d i n Obtiiining a hig h ol^ of .officiate an d wh o kno w Mr . Marchimt . All , leel confident tha t wit h tw o Biioh uHl\. ! andreUabl e me n i n charg e th e \Ue^a office wUl have-one o f th e best admlnb^ . trationsinlt s history. . ; Mr . Marchau t wa s hor n i n Bookland , M^e. au d is 40.years old. . At a n early fgZe wen t t o Boston , i n whic h city an d iS Immediat e -rfiiiiity htt resided nntU , four veata ago , whe n h e moved to. Ne w Y^k Hb now . lives a t Por t Richmond, ; an d ha s bei n a\ resident o f thi s count y for,, 18months . : - . ' • ' m J MBI J\^' CB^Bl.'ra: itABCgA^.\'; 'I'olleimttU-Ii^uraA.byaTrWn : Patrolma n Horatio;:ibuh B o f .Cliftqii voa seriously injure d d t Sout h .B^ch Poultry'' TSI and r alt^ -isit Isirt every bub her th it keeps a flrst dlSsMbiotpoultryandallkindsofmeata ibnt Eugene S Devlin is not the man to ieV>aJiythiug ot a,i Inferior trade Peiv lipS-that is v\hy^he does such a large ISSiL Ot coime th e prices o f meat ; iSnttnaally«nctuate.butevouB O eme^u liSesj'oramotai.moati s ex- Frida y evenin g by.falliUB troiu was-t/yiiig to\ boanV whU e It,, wos iu.,^- tion.. He- jtimpe d o n th e rea r plaUoim t lost hi s hold , fell; au d wa s draggeduloU g •l,.. .»„Ho n Tiliitform.: striklnB, hls-.iead; agains t th e .iron guard , rail . .H e -was pTck i 1 p unconsciou s Hi s hea d w^ ii'i'lly cu t an d h e Avas -.otherwlse?biuisedi Young vfna rembved-to hi8'.home;:imd: gt:, fude- i by th e police. Surgeon, •who,,,,ea.ld tha t bi s sk dl l wiispiobably-:fr a,etyefe;.,ijj S. I B . X Offlcers. A me«ting:,o t -the „ew- Riipi d lTtausit-'Serryscompauy,-w,ra hel d Thursda y eveuln g > Th e dit«otoi i were qhosen:,-Thomas, M. A1 xand c s>ha a i d James Sloan , j of! Baltimore : J. Fran k Emmons audi..Mb^ S\ Boardiriaiii of State n Islana...au4.ThqKi F'lltva u Samuel.Tbomas ,iHo w \ au d Sainue l B-' Iiawreucei-.iJ l . :ele6ted th e tdlBwih g offlcers-^Ihoma^ King- ; preadeut ; CHowardiCarrpTlj president : Fran k S . Ganno n ager:'- William : Keatgeu^s--,-.^ EtLward Curry . .treasUMl^,^?^,;: ^ - OiTItormon.Eloot Phe Princess Bay Ojater Planter* isolatio n ha s elected.tbe^Tlovriug,omoi Gaptai n John'''Van;Wykjipreaidenti]He) -Liitonrette;treasnrer;:>-.^iiya ^ af ai Secretary. A.\ G.\:Mkrcher..jT' ^ Israe l Butle r and . Jme-t.— soprano solo.. T-imtasle:.....:;. Soprano Solo... Pastorale i n A,- Chorus Shot\nt»Coiored \-liast Satnfda'yeveiiinK: Edw^^^ j t Por t mchinond' sa w two-.colqred, me n walkin g qaitB\CTny:alq.nB aske d them\\\it , they.'wer e dqtog . ar^cako walk\. Tlie ypung.iseu.on e of: wlpm,™:^ . Alber t Jones,'did;not.pa y anr.attento^^^ th e auery-.'Btlt cqntiuuei .on;,;a3 ibt-au-swei:'ho, would; : Idqw^t t but : HerBrea.;mveral-Bhiqts.;^^^^ resdenceofD LAapmwall o n S t Pau^B . aVenue..Stapletoni:-^dfty i CHUKCH. NEWS. .The-elcoti-bSotewliS;S'd;«^^^ Wilser aridvGeotBC.-tAbrai^'.fwererSr^. elMte d elders;; -A':!,; ScUwaTj wereie-electod.'Saj.d.Bqb ^ TheiubileVofSta:<uktf»„S.tmday-Bchoql liistweek-i -The-' aPPorntWli t .iyas no^^^^ hiiisiiudSme-Mlel'ya s thii|result>,;3^1iat, tact\; it didjiot:.reqDl.re,,mueh effort!—.CMf-;- -Mi; Balley;lBarned;liow,weU, he waa 1 :aa'ii'4TttypartIonlat-,to-iaiithepl t .;Stit6ulBland;:-&! rhly:\ Those preaeu jialber t I-ibbie,-Berry AVIna .^ruw\ , Smio BrownfiHatti e Gallo^y'-Am.a Si 2Jan d Aspinwal l Tillle'-AsBln™ 11 - veil AnSi^Hilll -^J 1 KtBU-i a \bejooMlnirteJJ »yeius'one:pfrt fBtamlneriSr-

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