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FOOT UP BILLIONS $28,667,189,968 Written .in 1907 by Companies Doing Business in This State. rn.v Telegraph to the Star.] TRENTON, April 23.—Th# report of Commissioner David O. Watkins, of tha department of bonking and insurants*, phoning the condition nnd operation of companies engaged in tire and marine insurance winch have authority to <lo business in this .State, has been sub mitted to Governor Fort. Two domestic mutual Ore companies have been inoor . porated during the year. They are the Merchants’, of Woodbury, and the Sea board, of Atlantic City. The report In cludes returns made by 176 corporation*, of which eleven are domestic stock. Are and marine companies, twenty-four do mestic mutual tire companies. 106 stock, fire Rnd marine and three mutual fire companies of other Stales, and thirty two stock, fire and marine companies of foreign countries doing business in this State, through t'nited States branches. The combined capital stock of all the institutions, except the domestic mutual fire companies, on December 31. last was $69,660,854; admitted assets. $413,661,369. Exclusive of capital stock, the liabilities Ndi* iQft inQ- cumin? celpts from fire insurance premiums ag gregated $240,987,199: fire losses paid, $111,8(8,035. Marine Insurance premiums received aggregated $11,882,384; losses paid. $7,168,404. Remittances by foreign companies to their homo offices were $6,949,928 in ex cess of amounts received therefrom, contrasted with an excess of receipts of $47,221,477 in the previous year, due to the exigencies of the Pan Francisco conflagration. The income from all sources amounted to $275,300,545, and exceeded the gross disbursements by $45,930,941, whereas in 1906 tho margin uss only $852,850. Payments for com mission, salaries, etc., were $72,059,784. Dividends to stockholders aggregated $7,726,369. In ilie fire insurance branch the total insurance written was $28,667,189,968 and incurred losses $110,690,468. The ratio. of losses incurred to risks written was 39-100 per cent. Tho insurance in force at tile close of 1907 aggregated $34,285. 263,631. and the average date of pre mium was $1.17. Tlte fire insurance business transacted In New- Jersey in 1907 was: Risks writ ten. $944,305,284: premium receipts, *9,081,411; losses incurred, *3,113,245. The pec cent, iff losses incurred to premiums received was 34.38. Adding the figures of the domestic mutual companies gives 1he following aggregates as to business done in (ills Ptate during the year: Fire, risks written, $964,835,285; cash pre miums received, $9,206,547: contingent premiums (notes) of domestic mutual companies, $753,567; losses paid, $3,476, 832; losses incurred, $3,255,748. FATHER OF FOUR LONG MISSING. Mrs. Webster W. Benjamin, of 372 Davis avenue, Arlinglon, lias asked the Xsartiy police to locate her husband. She says he has been missing for six months. Two days after his disappears •nee she says ho wrote her saying he isrould "end all.” • The woman has applied to the poor and alms department of Arlington for assistance. She lias four children rang ing from six weeks to five years. s ORGANIZED LABOR PROTEST MEETING Organized labor of Essex County will hold 'a protest massmeetlng at Ml ‘ chel’B Hall. 66 South Orange avenue, tonight. The Rev. Dr. E. A. Wasson, Joseph R. Buchanan and Herman B. Walker will be the principal speakers. I Mi-'.. -UJ-..1— POLICE BUDGET IS $746,355 Of This Sum, as Estimated for 1908, $696,975 Is for Salaries. i The estimated expenses for the police department for 3903, according to the budget indorsed by the board yesterday, will be *746,355. Some of the Items are: Salaries, *696,975; chief's expenses, *4, 000, end *3,000 for a motor patrol wagon. President William Harrigan presented a gold, a silver and a bronze medal, re spectively, to Patrolmen Bruns, of the Fourth Precinct; Rommheis, of the First, and Fischer, of the Fourth, for skill with the revolver shown In the recent shoot. Three patrolmen were up for trial be fore the board, and the cases against each were dismissed. They were: Pa trolmen Clienoweth and Mullor, of the Third Precinct, and Joseph J. McGuire, of the Fifth It was decided that the best time for the ceremony of turning over the new First Precinct station house to the po lice department by the public buildings department would be at 10:30 p. m. next Monday, -when It Is to be formally opened. FUNERAL BENEFIT ASSOCIATION. The Rnntial convention of the Essex Funeral Benefit Association will be held In the rooina of Adams Council, 103 Market street, at 2 o'clock this aft mioon. After the convention a banquet will be held at Do Jianqe's. ELAM WILL. [By Telegraph to the fitar.l RAHWAY, April 23—Elam Will, 06 years old, died this morning at his iiome, 63 Oliver street. He leaves a wife and one son. The funeral will take place on Saturday morning from the Northampton Cemetery Chapel, Easton, Fa. DEATHS. BAUER—April 22, 1908, Christina B., widow of John Joseph Bauer, nged 61 years, 234 Cleveland avenue, Harrison. BAUERNEBL—On Thursday, April 23, 1908, Regina Bauernebl (nee Wein mann), aged 46 years*1 month 18 days, beloved wife of August Bauernebl, sr. Relatives and friends, also the New ark Turner Ladies’ Society, are re spectfully invited to attend the fu neral on Sunday. April 26, at 2 p. rn., from her late residence, 430 Eigh teenth avenue. Interment in Wood land Cemetery. BEESLEY—At Los Angeles, Cal., April 15, 1908, In the 28th year of his age, Charles H. Beesley, adopted son of Mrs. MJbry Oakes Pierson. Funeral from his late home, 269 North Arlington avenue. East Or ange. Saturday, April 26, at 2:30 p. m. Relatives and friends are kindly Invited to attend. Interment at Bloomfield Cemetery. BOWERS—On Tuesday, April 22, 1908, Rev. Nicholas Bowers, pastor of the Stirling Presbyterian Church. DARLISON—At Orange, N. J., April 22, 3908, Mary, wife of Charles Darlison, in her 60th year. DAVIS—On April 21, 1908, Charles Davis, in Ills 38th year, 10J9 Spring field avenue, Irvington. DEESLEY—At Loa Angeles, Cal., on April 15, 1908, in the 28th year of his age. Charles H. Deesley, adopted son of Mrs. Mary Oakes Pierson, of 288 South Eighth street. DUPRE—On Monday, April 20, 1908, at his late residence, 338 South Orange avenue, Ludwig, beloved husband of Mary Dupre (nee Hoehl), aged El years 6 months and 20 days. DURNING—Suddenly, at Montclair, on I Monday, April 20, 1901, Patrick, be loved husband of Elizabeth Durnlng. GEHL—On Thursday, April 23, 190s, Solomon, widower of the lata Helen Gehl (nee Wundoehl) and father of Philip, Sadie, Gertrude, Irving and William Gehl, at the'age of 60 years. Relatives and friends, also the of ficers and members of the Israel K. IT. V. and Congregation Anshe Israel, are kindly Invited to attend the fu neral from his late residence, 42 Ran kin street, at 2 p. m. this (Friday) afternoon. Interment In the Cemetery of the Israel IC. U. V., Twentieth street. Please omit flowers. GUNNING—On April 22, 1908. Michael, son of the late Terrence and Mary Gunning. Relatives and friends, also the members of the Holy Name Society, are invited to attend the funeral from his late residence, 63 Quitman street, on Saturday, April 26. at 8 a. m., to St. Columba’s Church, where a Sol emn High Mass of Requiem will bo offered for the repose of his soul. In terment In the Cemetery of the Holy Sepulchre. HEFFERON—On April 22. 1908, James Hefferon. MULLER—On Wednesday, April 22. 1908, Augusta, beloved wife of George Muller, aged 38 years 10 months 9 days. Relatives and friends of the fam ily, also societies of which deceased wns a member, and John F. Morse Lodge 183, I. O. O. F., of Orange, N. J„ are kindly Invited to attend the funeral from her late residence, 13 Sixteenth avenue, on Friday, April 24, 1908, at 3 o’clock p. m. Interment in Rosedale Cemetery. NEUMANN—Suddenly, at Joplin, Mo., on Monday, April 20. 1908, Emil, be loved husband of Gussle Neumann (nee Wise), aged 43 years. OWENS—On April 22, 1903, Helen, be loved daughter of Joseph and Mary Owens (nee Cadmus), aged 6 years and 6 months. Kla—un April -u, Jims, August, ueiovea ■ husband of Jessie Rlx (nee Stryker), aged 59 years, at his late residence, 349 Johnson avenue. Parkview. SCHLAPFER—On Tuesday, April 22, J908, at his late residence, No. 101 Clifton avenue. Conrad Schlapfer, be loved husband of Carrie Schlapfer (nee Hoeland), aged 65 years. Notice of funeral hereafter. SHIELDS—On Wednesday, April 22, 1908, Francis Shields, beloved husband of Mary Shields (nee' Smith), of 24 Union street. SMITH—At Johnstown, Pa., on April 21, 1908, Mary, youngest daughter of the late Bernard and Annie Smith (nee Fitzsimmons). STUETZ—On April 23. 1908, at tho home of his parents, 384 Hunterdon street, Martin A., beloved son of Charles and Jacobina Stuetz. TAETZSCH-On April 22, 1908, Mar garet Tactzsch (nee Kilpatrick), be loved wife.of Charles C. Taetzsch, of 199 Morris avenue. 1 FLORISTS. H. C. STROBEt.L & BRO.. FLORISTS. Floral designs and emblems tastefully ar ranged at ehort notice. Telephone 990. 783 BROAD ST., NEAR MARKET ST. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. 8MITH~& 8MITH, (Successors to J. A. TiOgan) UNDERTAKERS AND RMBALMNRS. Fine Livery. * Tel. 128. M4 Broad at. WILLIAM F. MULLIN, Funeral Director. 228 LAFAYBTTB ST.. NEWARK, N. J. Telephone 770, Newark. Accommodations for receiving bodies arul holding of funeral services. Livery and board ing stable, 233 High st.: telephone 285. Branch Brook. Private livery work a specialty. CEMETERIES. ^ OLBN RIDGE CEMETERY^ Franklin ave.. Bloomfield, N. ,T.; office, Scheuer building: tel. 4088-R. Newark, and 7B8-J. Bloomfield; single graves, 812; plots from M5 up. CEMETERY MEMORIALS. MONAHAN ATONE CO., Dealers In Granite and Marble. Headstones. Monuments & Mausoleums Erected. Also contractors for nil kinds of stone work for buildings. Yard and works, Plum Pt. lane. Tel. connection. ITILL.'.. ■- ■— ?, The Dime” Safety Razor The “Dime” Safety Razor, f6r which we are the sole Newark agents, is the original low cost safety razor. If you pay more you buy no better. It shaves as well as any $5.00 razor and will last a lifetime. We have sold thousands of them to date, and every one seems to be giving perfect satisfaction. A modern safety razor built upon prac tical, common sense lines—retailed at a small margin of profit, and guaranteed as fully as though priced at ten times the ___ , . amount. \ Guarantee Quality If, after following directions carefully, The same quality of Sheffield steel is you find your first shave unsatisfactory used in “Dime Safety Razor” blades as you are at liberty to return the razor you wil1 Cnd in lhe ,fl0st expensive razor. ; - «•«<- «.«. sysss* isas ,h' -* Extra Blades The “Slanting” Stroke Extra blades for the Dime Safety Razor The cleverly designed guard allows t.ie maybe obtained at our store anytime ConiDlete in Mctfll “slanting" stroke, which makes shading at the rate of 3 for 10c. Each blade is R /v niaj easy. The whole razor is delightfully good for as many shaves as can be had DOX Wltn Une DlaU6. light, “handy and successful. 7 Nostrop from any safety blade. __^^ping or honing necessary. 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FRESH FRUITS I CANNED GOODS BAKERY CRACKERS [ CHEESE | FRESH VEGETABLES. r*»i» M«im ih iq4» Calif. iVaeJi®*, Sun- OQr* pound CAKE 4A. vanilla Wafers American Chiese, mild or Fresh Asparagus,bunch20b » rSMW&KV* KM,4": 10c iSSJKSui 1 Iflc ** *.•*<* K;s '»”• F,; Ttble ApplM.te.4Wc “R™ .‘LTTl.^E Igc W" IOC fo'C^VS'' J »,„« ‘T S,lss “ffi. Sc.S. 3 for IOC Fancy Bananas, dor....lfic California.. *d°°* ™S„; Pound lb•••••••••;• New PoUtoeS) qiurt ,0c French ren», can.,, i #*_ sponge Cake, Nut I t. Broken Sugar Wafers, Domestic Swiss Cheese, sorine Oniens ) is e _ r cake, I5c lb.18c ib.»oc f 2 for 5c non cftotx, can.... CwG LAPJjEf'f? I flft Fruit Crackers, lb_12c Limburger, lb.22c ■ ■ ■ 3 lb- ISr Jb " u«c. a CocoamitMacar-ns.lb 18c Roquefort, lb.40c | Florida Tomatoes, qt. 10c | Cn«tce Bro8,;' Blue AXT ”r|*t?onftn1h'clly.4C Egg Biscuits, lb.1«c UfiSnster, lb. ,22c \ tl'rrrr.-7“ r Label Soups, can.. ZUC Crullers, Prop cakes, I Salted Pretzels,special Ib.Hc Old English Dairy, lb..24e Yin Fradi ^MtuhtM-rigc n* t Sweet Wrinkled Ear- I On Assorted Cakes, do*. I UG Cocoa Wafers lb llic Pine Ancle each. ..40c NewBermudaOnIons,qt.lOc Fresh Strawberries, qt..loc iy June Pbbb, can... I ZC chocolate Eclair* a for... Ac r,» .Fancy Spinach, half peck 12c Cape Cod Cranes, qt.. 15c Honey L>ewS'tn8h,can, ia« Charlotte RuwB, 3 for. .. 10c Fig-Bars, lb.......... 1 «2c Gorganzoll, lb. 120 Stainpgwlth l lb. “TfS** 70 Stamp* with I lb. ers", _ toSUmpH sill llti. Art- 30 Stam with 1 lb. O £T _ 3?J^iMnp® wlth 1 lb' O t* Schener’s TEAS, lb.. f UC SehAuer’s TEAS, lb.. O O C Scheuef’S TEAS, »b.. 4UC Schetier's TEAS, lb.. OOC Coffee. OtC °“”F"a“!1“"35c '““SSS'felo® ”=25c *M8r.r.200 •fcSgjgll&S 29ch€f?a,a!.:T25l^a«aif,^i.oo ■tgoae-ariao BARGAINS 1--- w K N 11 FISH BROAD STREET STORE BARGAINS Salt Mackerel, each. 7c ««—■——n n ■)■■ m ———■————*p—■ Octagon Soap, cake. 4o Dutch Cleanser. 8c FANCY WHITE HALIBUT SfEAKS | 8 « |U sSiwi'BoiSdHam''.Tidl'h^2 Large Bottle Olives.15c KENNEBEC SAL.MOS STEAKS. l*frC ID Rolled Oats elta for. ’ Hr. Royalton Jams.15c 1 - * New English Walnuts. lh!!,.TSc 3 lbs. Fancv Rice.20e Shad Roe, cut from fancy AC- I Frost Fish.7o Cod Fish to Boll, lb.7e Swift * Courtney's Matches. 4o ramnbpll’s'Souns leans for 25c Delaware Shad. Z3C Long Island Eels, lb.10o Flounders, lb.. .7e Threads or Codfish. 4<: r . . 2, f i“u Fancy Large Delaware fiX* salmon, whole fish, lb.10« Fresh Herring, lb..6o Scaled Herring, box.ISc Evaporated Apples, lb.I*5C ROE SHAD ‘.... nllC Largo Dela ware Buck Shad.. 3 7o Fresh Haddock, lb.9o Kit Salt Mackerel.1.95 New Layer Figs, lb.12c Blue Fish, lb . sc | Weak Fish, lb.7o Scallops, quart.liOo Milliner Herring, keg.73c 12c WINES AND LIQUORS, Retailed at Wholesale Price*. riyino.uh~"t , BEERS . Ballantino’s Malt, dot. 1.10 5'-vear-°ld Rock WHISKEY. California PORT, Bfes6Yd I W&r.y^'.,: Cr*lZr Mor'e ee^Cogliac iOO and . ™LRr_. Scheuer-s Monogram, full SHERRY, CLARET Tom crin.. mm „ Hauck’s.< aa Burgundy Wine,gal.) I Og Silver Wedding «UART quart...70c per gallon, 1.25; full Ginger* “ < (LI Fahwt n*er,Baiian-1 Sauterne (Dobson)—60c Holland Gin.... j "■ U newar’a scotch... V QCA Best California Port* Brandy. J1 - | ttne’g, •»##of 9 doz 1.011 Nlersteiner (Imported).-89c Jama,ca Hum - I ^ \ ®MU Sherry, Angelica, Ca “S2S53K BV ”"j37do®ufi, 2P*4e G®"1 S.al Champagne, oid Appi,. f J 70o tawba, Muscatel, To Martini ?a*e. Lawson, I 15 BXtrt dry, quart.... |.<)0 Kummel. 1 W HennesBy'a 3-Star kay, per gallon, 1. ,5; Cocktails. ; Wilson Co. hot’* ■ ■ ■ W fluffy’* Appi* iulfio, qt..35c Blackberry.... Cogngc.1.40 full quart, 50c. Lmm—J——... II — A SPECIAL REAL ESTATE EDITION OF THE STARS WILL BE PUBLISHED TUESDAY NEXT, APRIL 28,1908 This Special Edition will appear both morning and evening and will‘contain the greatest number of the choicest offerings ever published in any newspaper in New Jersey. There will be countless bargains to interest all classes of purchasers and speculators. It will particularly con tain many unheard-of opportunities for the wage earners and bn the easiest of terms. Send your advertisements in now for space in this edition. Look for This Special Edition. Ask for It. Get It and Make Money L.__J RAISING DUCK ON BOTTLE. [By Telegraph to tha Star.] VINELAND, April 23—Chief of Po ice Nickerson says he is bringing up in the bottle a wild duck recently latched by a hen, because the gosling iroke its bill and the iawr prohibits dlling wild ducks at this season. There’s a Hold=up or you in buying cheap paint—it svill ehip, peel and crack off luickly and you not only losethe :ost of material but the labor of mttiugit on. DEVOE’8 LEAD and ZINC PAINT “stays put” because it’s •ightly made of the best known ngredients and costs least in he long run by these “staying” liialltles. J. J. Hockenjos Co. 520 Broad St.. Newark, N. J. [victor «d EDISON PHONOGRAPHS, RECORDS, ETC. Complete Stock at the NEWARK BRANCH, CORNER NEW AND HALSEY Open Wednesday and Saturday Eyenings. CASH OR CREDIT. Douglas Phoiwgr^h^CkMii^t)^| \ ... \ A.;.V Desks Office Furniture In great variety o! Style and Prlca W. B. WOOD CO. 27 Academy St. Agents for Globe-Wernleke Co. CITY ADVERTISEMENTS, OFFICE OF THB BOARD OF KXCISRCOM M18SIONERS OF THE CITY OF NEWARK. City Hall, April 23. 1908. The following is the list of name*, residences and places of business of persons making ap plication to th* board for the granting of licenses to sell spirituous, vinous, malt or brewed liquors and not heretofore published according to law, to wit: Name. Place of Business. Residence. WH OL13S AI ,E—REN EW AI,. Doremus Store Co., 182 Oarside st..Same place NEW A PPLICATION—BOTTLERS’ LICENSES. Commercial Bottling Co., 331 Commerce at.. 158 North Canal st. Edwin H. Stolz, 852 So. Orange av..Same place R ETA 11BBN E WALS. George Khemann, 171 W. Kinney st.Rame place Ferdinand Ruth, 223 Washington at. 75 South Tenth at. Cornelius Reilly, 400 Market st.Same place John J. Griffin. 457 Broad at........Same place Herman Kcheu. 126 Avon av.Same place David Goldberg. 105 Prince st...H5 Broome st Herman Knoller, 569-571 South Orange av.. Same place Morris Heller, 3 Springfield av.Same place Leopold Dagsing. 324 Springfield av..Same place Harry Mate. 179 Spruce st.Same place Lorenzo Clnerro, 88 Fourteenth ay. .Same place Simon Rosenstein, 651 Springfield av. 597 Orange st. Joseph Schneider, 28 Shipman st — Same place Samuel Mann, 11-18 River st.Same place retaVi^-sinoi.k transfer, Morris Sternberg, 27% Bowery st.681 Market st. RETAIL—DOUBLE TRANSFERS. Fred Kyser. 104 Tlchenor st.Same place Elmer F. Benninger, 46 Montgomery st... Same place RICHARD MILLER. President pro tem. JAMES F. CONNELLY. City Clerk. LEGAL notices. TO WILLIAM aT HABIG— By virtue of an order of the Court of Chan cery of New Jersey, made on the day of the date hereof, In a retain cause wherein Ethel May Liable: la petltldher. and you, William A. Hablg, are defendant, you are required to ap pear and plead, answer or demur to petition er's petition on or before the twenty-eighth day of May next, or, In default thereof, such decree will be taken against you as the Chan cellor shall think equitable and just. The object of sAia suit Is to obtain a decree •of divorce, dissolving the marriage between you and the said petitioner. Dated March 27th lfiM. DAVIS A LiASTlNGS. Solicitors for Petitioner. P. O. address, 15 Exchange place, Jersey City, N. J. apr3,10,17,24.31___ RECEIVERS SALK. RttCBtVBR’8 SALE OF MASON'S MATE RIALS. A rare chance for manon builders and con tractors. The entiiro stock of the New Jersey Brick and Supply CO., consisting of lath, plaster, lime, cement, sand. brick, plain and orna mental. concrete blocks, flue piping, etc., will be sold at private sain on tho pram teas, «W Frellnghuysen Sv«„ Newark, N. J. Sale begins Friday. April 24, at 9 o'clock, and continues from day to day till stock is disposed of. This steak must be sold regard less of cost and value. Terms cash. EGBERT J. TAk<N, Feceivar. 4 SEALED PROPOPSALS. NEW JERSEY^BTA'r^ HOSPITAlT MORRIS PLAINS, WARDEN’S OFFICE. April 15. 1908. Notice is hereby given 'that scaled bids will be received by the committee on purchases and supplies of the board of managers of the New Jersey State Hospital, at Morris Plains, until 12 o’clock noon on Thursday, May 7, 190S, when said bids will be received and publicly opened and read by said committee, and tho contract awarded to the lowest responsible bidder, for furnishing the articles named below, in euch quantities, but not less than the quantity stated, and at such times from May 14. 1908, to August 14, 3908. as may be directed by the warden, and all articles furnished will be sub ject to a rigid inspection and a full compliance with the standard will be exacted of the con tractor. Prices to include delivery at Morris Plains. Proposals must be addressed to the committee on purchases and supplies of the board of man agers of tha N«w Jersey State Hospital at Morris Plains; must bear the Indorsement, "Proposals for supplies,” and must be deliv ered at the warden’s office beforo twelve o’clock noon on Thursday. May 7, 1901. Pro posals received after that time will not be opened. All contracts pursuant to this advertisement will go into effect May 14. 1908, and unless re voked for cause will expire (August 14. 3908. All proposals must be made and all contracts executed With the understanding and obliga tion that the articles furnished shall be in all respects equal to the standard established and samples submitted by the warden, and that all articles not up to the standard be at any time furnished or articles ordered be not furnished at the required time the contracts may be re voked and the defective articles may be re turned at the expense of the contractor, who shall also be liable for all additional expenses Incurred in the purchase of proper supplies. Per Per 3 week.Months. 1. Sugar, granulated, standard fine, lbs. 2.500 33.000 2. Sugar, light C, lbs.3,050 14.000 ii. Syrup, pure sugar, gals. 25 350 4. Molasses, New Orleans, kettle rendered, gals. 25 350 K. Beans, pea. prime. 750 P.SOO 6. Beans, jirna, dried. Ibs. 300 3,900 7. Cheese, full cream, lbs. 373 4.900 8. Cornmeal. granulated, yellow', lbs. 550 7,200 9. Hominy, lbs. 200 2.600 30. Oatmeal. Rolled Avena, lbs... 240 7.020 11. Peas, Scotch, green, dried, lbs. 250 3.300 12. Peas, yellow, split, lbs. so 780 18. Rice, choice Carolina, lbs.,*... 700 9,100 14. Tabln salt, sacks. 3 40 15. Sapolio. cakes, gross.. 1 13 lli. Soap, brotvn, laundry, 64-lb. <‘«kes . 800 30,400 17. Soap, white. Ivory or equal, cakes . 400 6,200 18. Tea. Foo-Chow, good quality, lbs. .. 250 3.300 19. Royal Baking Powder, lbs. 65 845 20. Barl*y. NO. 3. lbs. 60 780 21. Bon Ami, cakes. 12 156 22. Borax, powdered, lbs. 15 200 23. Candles. 6s. Stearic Acid. lbs. 3 39 24. Baker’s chocolate, lbs. 12 356 25. Cornstarch, Duryea’s or equal, .•. 45 600 26. Currant jelly, 6-lb. Jars, best quality, lbs. 40 820 27. Leipon extract, best quality, . Pints . 3 40 28. Macaroni, domestic, broken. lb«. .’. 325 3.6ft0 29. Matches, sotety, Vulcan, gross 2 26 30. Mustard, Gulden's No. 6 or equal, bottles . an 20s «• a. H. Macaroni, imported, . lbs... 2 28 32. Pepper, pure black, ground, lbs. jo 260 33. Potash, Babbitt's, cans. ... 4S 34. Stove Polish. Enamel 1 tie. liquid, caiiB . 6 72 3o. Vanilla Extract, best quality, pints . 2 24 3G. Vermicelli, imported, lbs. 2 24 37. Sugar, powdered, lbs. 300 38. Sugkr. cut loaf. Jh*. 800 32. Assorted Fruit, No. 3 com mercial tins, extra standard quality, as follows: 2 doz. Bartlett Pears, 2 doz. Lemon Cling Peaches. 2 doz. Ifigr Plums. 2 doz. Cherries. 2 S1|ced Pineapples, doz. 10 130 40. Evaporated Poaches, Califor nia. best grade, unpealed, « 50-lb. cases Iba. 500 8,300 41. Evaporated Apples, ring but, best quality, sotir, 50-lb. rases, lbs. 500 8.500 42. Prunes, beet grade, r.0-80, Cmll fornia. 50-lb. boxes, lbs. 500 8,500 43. Corn, canned. No. 2 commer cial tins, quality equal to best Maine corn, dOz. 10 130 44. Peas, canned. No. 2 commer cial tine, standard quality. . doz. . 10 130 45.400 bole. Flour, spring wheat. In sacks. 140 lbs., must be equal to Ceresota. Gold Medal. Atlas. Winnebago. . 40Q 800 4b. Native Beeves, weight 700 to *00 lbs., 6 to 8 carcasaes per week for three months as or dered. 47. Lard, pure, lbs. 350 4 fil)0 48. Mutton, good quality, iba.1.880 10.500 40. Lambs, yearlings, lbs. 200 2 500 60. Ham, regular smoked. 10 to 12 »i. htm ' «. Corned’ 3°° 8'*°° cans, can, . jo 5^1 53. Bally Pork, flrat quality, i.bla. } 2S 64. Codfish, hast bonslass, 4U-Ib. boxes, lbs. 300 4 qoq r*o- Mackerel, choice No, 2 bbls... 2 ’ sg 68. English bloaters, smoked, lbs. 800 #H)0 Bacon, best boneless, ibs. 100 1.300 68. Chicken or fowl, hair uf each, lbs.a.;. soo 7 soo Must be of good grade or Will not be accepted and must not be frozen, 50. Rutter, special creamery tare 10 lbs. each tub, 1 lb. _ extra for soakege. L800 24 000 80. Rgtf*. fresh gathered, can died, dog.. i.ogo 13,tOO Per per 3 month.months. 61. Counterpane*, whits a* per sample, 78-inch wide, do*.'... | 18 62. Drillings. extra heavy, tin- . 1 bleached, ST-inch as sample. ,.*. *.*oc A SEALED PROPOPS A LS. * 63. Gingham, Bates’n Seersucker, 2.400 yds.; Palmer Seer sucker. 1,200 yds.; Amos keag Gingham, 1,200 yds.; Red Seal. 1,200 yds. MM 0,001 (Half number of yards to be striped, one-fourth num ber of yards broken plaids, one-fourth number of yards checks.) 64. Muslin, 4-4 bleached Utica or equal, yds. 4W 1,201 » 86. Muslin, 4-4 brown Pled mant as sample or equal, yds. *. 400 1,201 66. Muslin, 6r4 bleached PIqout or equal, yds. 2M 801 67. Muslin, 42-Unch bleached Pl quot or equal, yds. 600 1,601 68. Mercerized Napkins, size 24* 24. doz.16 51 69. Table Oilcloth, white, 47 inch, yds. 90 271 70. Sheets, bleached Plquot, 54x 00 600 1,50® 71. Toweling, buck as sample, yds. 1,200 3,600 72. Ticking, A. C. A., 32-inch, yds . 300 900 73/Washing Powder equal to sample, lbs., per week, 1,000. 4.000 13.000 74. Chip Soap, lbs. 6,300 75. Wyandotte Washing Soda, lbs, ... 6,500 76. Japan Wax, lbs. jr,0 *• 77. Wheat. Starch, lbs... 400 78. Cornstarch, lbs. 400 79. Chloride of Lime, lbs. 280 80. Acetic Acid, carboys.... ... 9 81. Bluing, lbs. 5 (AH goods to grade up to sample shown.) 82. Buckwheat, best Scranton (Coal) or equal, tons. 3,;.no M. Range Coal, tons. 250 84. Westmoreland (Gas Coal), tons . 400 85. American Wilton Velvet, light. colors (equal to sample shown), the patterns to be selected by the warden, Car pet, yds.-.. 400 86. Carpet Border, yds. 800 87. Carpet, Ingrain, best quality (like sample shown), yds. ... 600 88. Carpet Lining (like sample submitted). naU>B. 5 89. Knitted Cotton Pads, S4*74x% inches . 400 90. Carpet Sw’eepers, Bissell’s Cyco Bearing, nickel finish or equal, doz. 2 91. 1,200 bushels Oats, No. 2 White oats, native, Chicago inspec tion. 92. 60 tons Cornmeal. 93. 20 tons Bran, spring wheat, flakey. (To be delivered as ordered.) 94. 20 tons Dried Brewers’ Grains. * 95. 20 tons Molasses Feed. (To be delivered as ordered.) 98. Coffee, blended, roasted, whole bean, lbs. .. 1.000 97. Coffee, Rio, roasted, whole bean. lbs. .. 1,000 (To be delivered as ordered.) Each bidder must accompany his bid with cash or a certified check, payable to bidder’s order and properly indorsed, for at least ten per centum of the amount of his bid, the suc cessful bidder must execute within ten days a contract Or agreement for tne furnishing of the above articles, and must furnish a bond to the State of New Jersey in double the amount of his bid, with satisfactory security, conditioned for the faithful performance of hi® contract. The successful bidder, by the terms of the contract to be executed by him, will he re quired to furnlph any article above enumerated In excess of the amount called for in this ad vertisement at the same price as enumerated in his bid and under the same conditions as set forth in the contract to be executed by him. GEORGE W. JAGLE, .JOHN A. M’BRIDE. P. .T. RYAN. JOHN C. EISELE, Committee on Supplied RAILROADS. _ NEW JERSEY CENTRAL Corrected to January 80, 1*08. ' FOR NEW YORK. Train* leave Broad and Ferry Street Station*: 6:18. 6:60, 6:20. 6:40, 7:00, 7:16, 7:30, 7:46, 8:00, 8:18, S.30. 8:46, 0:00. 9:35, 9:30, 9:4S. 10:00, 10;W, 10:40, 11:06. 11:38, 11:40 a. m.; 18:00 n.; 18:30, 1:00. 1:30, 2:00, 2:30. 3:00, 8:30. 4:00, 4:30, 6:09, 6:30, 6:60, 6:10, 0:20, 8:80. 0:16, 7:00, 7:10, 7:30. 7:86, 8.-30, 8:55. 9:66. 10:40. 11:20 p. m.: 13:01 n,JK.htv 1:50 *• m- Sunday*, 7:00, 7:86, 8:00, 8:25, »:S0, 0:36, 10:00, 10:30, H:00, 11:30 a. m.; 18 M n.; 12,31, 1:00, 1:30. 2:00, 2:30, 8:00, 8:80, 4:00, 4:30, 6:00, 6:26, 6:00, 0:10, 7:00, 8:00, S:K, 8:86 *!». 101*0, 10:80, 11:00 p. m.; 12:01 m.i 1:60 a. m. For Elizabeth and Plainfield, 0:12, 6:50, 7:56, 8:86, 8:66, 11:30 a, m.i 18:60, 1:18, 1:86, 8:86. 3:36, 4:26, 6:20, (:&. 6:13. 7:46. 8:48. 9:30, 11:60 P. m. tiundaya. 7:10. 9:06. 9:66, 10:66. 11:65 J*:W- l:«' *:W- 7:*. »i«0. 9:15. 10:45 p. m. • For Uaaton, Bethlehem, Allentown and Mauch Chunk (6:60 to Uaaton). 9:36 a. m.: Jill* 4:25 (5:38 to Uaaton) p. m. Sundaya, 32:i5, 4:5;". 6:30 p. m. For Wllkeebarre and Scranton, 8:35 a. m • ; 4:25 o. m. Sundays, 4:66 p. m. For r.rth Amboy, 6:12, 8:38, 8:58, tliBa a. m.; 1:18, 1:88. 3:38, 4:2$, 5:3*. 8:13, 8:48. 11M p. m. Sundaya. 7:10, 8:08, 11:88 a. m.: 8:58, 8:44 ! P- m. i For Red Bank, Tjonar Branch. Asbury Park (etc.. 9:36 (9:81 Red Ank only). 11:30 a m* 4.25, 6.88, 6.IS 9:46. 11:60 p. iti. Sundave «c.pt A.bury Park <7:10 Red Bank only), 9:t* m*. " m' °B'd For Lakewood, 9:W a. m. (18:60 Saturday* a.*m..<*i:B5 °my>' * w pgr, a E0r,T?Dton *na Philadelphia. 6:18, 7:65, 9-38 ••45, 8:45, 11 :60 p, m. Sundays 7-in' *•2’ 31:RR *■ m * 1?'-55, 1:56* 8 B:30‘ °8:«. 7:85, 8:40. 9; 16. 10:*5 «17!»2r Baltimore and Washington, 7,Sg a rr mms®®**'*** Telephone $808. '