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TIMM I'Oll ACTION.
The borough of South Amboy ha.* suffered enough Indignities at lh< hands of the Public Service Corpora tion in their Indifference to the com plaints made in tho past, but when they bring the citizens of the bor ough. through their mayor and •coun cil, into the courts to prevent, if pos sible, the luying of another track through the borough, simply because (mother company secured a frauchls before they thought of asking for one, the citizens of the borough should not consider it a light of the Central Traction Company , hut a fight of each one of us In the bor ough. If tho money cannot be raised by taxation to keep the Public Ser vice/ from gaining any further con —sions and to let the Central enjoy • rights conceded to them, why, 1 lett ur, by voluntary contribu tions, bear the expense. Don't let us be downed bv tho octopus, ns it is styled in the Citizen. JUSTICE ASKS A QUESTION, .fudge Booraem has caused a post al card circular, notifying the Justices pf the peace of the county that upon psj/the complaint being made of crime s' or disorderly conduct against any ’ person under fourteen years of age, the justice shall not commit them to the county jail. With all due respect to the judge, amt we houo. him for the steps Ik* has taken in the right direction, we would ask. would he be kind enough, either through the press or bv postal, to notify the jus tices of Middlesex what they must do when a boy or girl under fourteen years of age is charged with a crime. We have been told wliat we must not do, now will tho jndge be kind enough to tell ns what we must do. Will tho Home News please cony? a TIISTTCK nv THE PEACE. A LOCAL ITEMS. • Morris Lucid, conductor on tho Raritan River railroad, is confined to “ Ills home with the grip. Mrs. Elmer R. Brown, of George street, was an out-of-town visitor re cently. The purse lost by her, con taining $50, was due to a hole in the pocket of her dress unknown to her. The party finding the same has not yet returned it to her either through dishonesty or inability to learn to whom it belongs. Mrs, Brown will I reward the finder upon returning the same. We hope the finder will re member, do to others as you would have them do to you. Miss S. Coker was a Perth Amboy visitor Saturday afternoon. S. Eisner, of Red Bank, was a visit or in South Amboy Saturday. Mrs. Robert Reamer, of Main street, visited friends in Perth Am boy Saturday. Thomas Kenney, of New Bruns wick, was calling on friends in South Amboy Saturday. Mrs. Charles Carlyle, of Second street, was a Perth Amboy visitor Saturday afternoon. HELP THE POLICE. Steve Shults, a man of Polish ex traction, becoming drunk, was found on the streets in an indecent condi tion by Policeman Monaghan Friday night and was promptly* taken to the lockup, where he was given a hearing by the recorder and fined. Our pol ice endeavor to do their duty when they are backed up by those making complaints. Let us do our duty as \ citizens and help the police force to rid the town of the drunk and disov ' derly element that is so plainly In evidence after each pay day. first gational gank SOUTH AMBOY. N J ORGANIZED MARCH 17th, 1888 Capital .9 50,000 Surplus . 60,000 Undivided Profits. 23,000 Assets . 650,000 On and after March 1st., 1007, will pay interest on Commercial Deposits nt the rate of two per cent per annum on average dally balance of $500 or over payable monthly. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. Interest at the rate of three and one-lmlf per cent, per annum on bal ances of $200 or over payable Janu ary 1st. and July 1st. Deposits made January 10. April 3rd, July 10th and October 3rd, draws Interest from the first day of such months. President—H. C. Perrfcie. Cashier—R. C. Stephenson. Directors—Benjamin F. Howell, Daniel C. Chase, Christian 8traub, Henry Wolf, Harry Perrlre, Rufus Blodgett, J. Baird Perrlne. LOCAL ITEMS. Mrs. McGinnis anil Mir. lbbs, of Newark, were visitors in town (luring the past week. A number of the young folks of South Amboy are anticipating an ex cursion to Keyport to attend a ball to bt> given Friday night. .March 15, by the Ancient Order of Hibernians. ''buries Sprague, the barber, who s taken seriously ill Tuesday with was enabler, ,o secure the ser vices of a barber to carry on the busi ness at his shop lu First street. Charles is slightly better, but is still confined to his home. Miss Mamie Kennedy has secured a situation in Sullivan's confection ery in Broadway. Miss Mae Grover was visiting friends In .laniesburg last week. Charles Bussem. of Sayrevlile, was visiting friends in town the past week. Mrs. Joseph Jackson, of Broadway, is entertaining her niece from Yon kers, X. Y. Mrs. H. West is quite 111 with grip. The store opened by Miss Dorn Mullen, In Broadway, presents a fine appearance as she has a fresh and full stock of articles belonging to the j trade. Miss E. Dayton and I- Uuton were : New York visitors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. James Vandeventer. of Mechaniesvillc, will move into the house occupied by Mr. Gideon Hutch inson, has moved to Long Branch. Mrs. Elmer Hunt and daughter, having made an extended visit with Mr. ami Mrs. William Brown, on Catherine street, have returned to their home. Miss Regina Holton has secured a situation in a millinery establishment in Perth Amboy. William Lambertson, who was ill for some time with grip, has recover ed sufficiently to attend to his busi ness. Miss Lillie West Is suffering with a sprained ankle, caused by failing down the stairs at her jiome. Mrs. Peterson and daughter, of PoihuvlBo otroot wprn visitors nt Perth Amboy Saturday. Miss Edith Bennett, of Bordentown avenue, spent Saturday visiting in Perth Amboy. Mrs. P. Conway and daughter visit ed Perth Amboy Saturday. Miss Marguerite Thomas, of Sec ond street, and Miss Jeanette Morea spent Friday visiting in Perth Am boy. Harry DeGraw spent Saturday in Now York citv. Miss Jeanette Morea visited New York Saturday. Miss Helen M. Miller, of Henry street, spent Wednesday in Keyport. Edward Preston, of Bordentown avenue, has secured a situation in the vaseline works at Perth Amboy Mrs. M. Thompson and Miss Emily Christiansen, of Brooklyn, are visit ing Mr. and Mrs. John Bind, of Max ville, in this borough. Mrs. William Minnick, of Henry street, was a New York visitor the latter part of last week. Mrs. John Conover, of Catherine street, Rpent a day last week visiting friends in New Brunswick. Postmaster DeGraw's bonds have been filed with the postmaster gener al, and his commission has been sign ed by tho President and forwarded to him. This is about the quickest appointment and consummation of an appointment, on record at Washing ton. It is expected that the new post master will he in charge this week. James Rea, of David street, went, Saturday, to bring home his wife from a private sanitarium in New York city, where site underwent a successful operation and has so near ly recovered that the physician does not deem it necessary for her to re main longer. Judge William Birmingham, of Stevens avenue, has been appointed agent for the Standard Insurance Company, of Trenton, in place of the late Bernard Roddy. Judge Mason received, ns a present in memory of the into Bernard Rod dy, four books. While all are worthy of perusal, one on anecdotes of the' civil war is especially Interesting. Thomas Kennedy, of David Btreot, Is ill with the grip. SOUTH AMBOY WANTS. Wanted—A boy. Enquire of G. M. Church, Broadway, South Amboy. 6939-2-28-tf For Rent—Residence of H. E. Mack, corner Main street and Stevens avenue, South Amboy, N. .1. Enquire G. H. Mack, 139 Henry street. 7011-3-4-tf — I III! —I — ■■MW —— ■ I —I I II Ml .— .I. I I ■! ——————— i . 'I ■» '■! ■ .. ■■ ■. W II O M 1> O Y O l' TIIINK IS THE MOST POPULAR GIRL IH THE ACME UNDERWEAR FACTORY? Write her nameo* the line below. Cutout this coupon and send it io M. SEA MON, Secretary, care of The Ache Underwear Factory, So. Amroy. To the young lady in the employ of The Acme Underwear Co., who rjbcoivos the GREATEST NUMBER of votes, will be,awarded with a beautiful 14 KT. GOLD HUNTING CASE WATCH This contest closes Ajpril 15th. Any young lady not now in our employ may join us and be eligible for sume. | V01 E FOR..... . This coupon must be handed in by March 18 i i.".rH amboy aiwB Winner announced May I. ! LUC A I; ITKMB. Thu Bachelors, of the VV. A. A., I gave a delightful dunce on Saturday j night in the club house. The guests | were received in the assembly room i by the hosts. The Dan Tucker was 'among the dances for the evening, i the music being furnished by Taylor, of Elizabeth. There were about a hundred guests present. Mrs. S. IJ. Hinsdale is ill with the grip nt her residence In Barron ave nue. i Mr. and Mrs. E. Ames, of Brook* I lyn, are the guests of Mrs. K. F. Anness. of Green street. | The Salmagundi Society will meet | Tuesday night at the residence of Mrs. S. M. Brewster, in Sewaren. The ladies of the Congregational | church will meet Tuesday afternoon at the residence of Mrs. C. A. BUer, !of Green street. Edward Smith, of Menlo Park, Is the guest of Ills sister, Mrs. G. U. Platt, of Barron avenue. The W. C. T. U. will meet Wednes day afternoon at the residence of Mrs. E. W. Valentine, of Green street. Mr. Percy E. Brown, of New Bruns wick, spent Sunday at his home In East Woodbridge. Mr. George Duulgnn Is spending a few days at Ills home In Green street. Mrs. W. H. Demurest, who hits been ill at her residence. In upper Green street, Is convalescent. Mr. James Bivingood, Jr., of New York, spent Sunday with Mr. P. P. Anness, of Green street. Mr. nud Mrs. Kolaud, of Metuchen, were guests at the dance at the club Saturday night. Mr. Thomas Brown, of East Wood bridge, is slowly recovering from his recent illness. ] PLEASANT PLAINS. | LOCAL ITEMS. The regular monthly meeting of the Aniieitia Association will be held in their rooms tomorrow night. It is expected that a large number of the members will be present as business of importance will be transacted. A large number of the young peo ple from this place attended the bas ketball game in Knights of Pythias hall Saturday night between the team of the K. of P. and St. Peter's, of New Brighton. The Ladies’ Guild, of the Princes Bay chapel, is making preparations for an entertainment to be given in the chapel Thursday, March 21, when they wrlll present "Aunt Jerusha’s Quilling Party." The Princes Bay Social and Tennis Club has already began preparations for the summer season. They will put their grounds in first, class condi tion as soon as weather permits, so as to bo ready for the opening of the season. The regular monthly business meeting of the Women's Christian Temperance Union will lie held in the church tonight. Jacob Finney, of Bloomingdale avenue, is ill at his home with an attack of rheumatism. Mrs. Tillie Potter Is 111 at the home of her son, Milton Potter, in Amboy avenue. Princes Bay. Mrs. M. E. Turner, of Princes Bay, has returned home after a visit with friends in Brooklyn. Mrs. Elsie Latourette is slowly re covering from a recent attack of the grip. Mrs. Harriet Babson has returned to her home, in South Orange, after a visit last week with Mrs. A. W. Browne. Simpson Gildersleeve is slowly re covering from his recent attack of pneumonia. Mrs. George While, of Tompkins ville, formerly of this place, who was bperated upon in the S. R. Smith In firmary about, a week ago, at last re ports, was improving slowly, but is still at that institution. Her many friends here hope for her speedy re covery. She was a former member of the St. Mark's church choir and is well known on this end of the island. Mill 'lien I,OKI- In IVllsvlvlinin. ANNAPOLIS, Mil.. March 11- With the inauguration of ; aiuastic can tests at the Naval acinic ly the mid shipmen's team Inst to l' • team of tile University of Pennsylvania by _’(i points to IS I-”. Huston's Auto Shim Opens. BOSTON. Match'll. The Boston ntt tomoldle show opened here with a rec ord numlier of exhibits and word at tendants'. Airs. Barsrsu 1'liess < liuiupliui. NEW YORK. Man'll 11.—Mrs. S. U. Burgess of St. Louis lias won the wom en's chess championship of the I'nlted ■States. Subscribe for the NE!W8. . ■ I t thue—— Engineers’ List A publication of a special value to all those interested in Engineering, Electrical and Scientific Questions. Published ml Monthly. SINE^J OFFICE Building. 284 ■ HUGUENOT. | TjOCAI, items. An elaborate program is being ar ranged by the teachers and scholars of the Woodrow Sunday school for Easter. Rehearsals will probably be held at the church this week. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Renjamine were the guests of Rev. Isaac Thom as, ia Mountain View, N. J., Inst week. Rev. Mr. Thomas was form erly pastor of the Woodrow M. E. church near here. W. I. Scandlin, of New York city, will deliver the lecture In the Re formed church, in Amboy avenue, to night, under the department of edu cation. He will take for his subject Photoganphy.” it will be illustrat ed by stereoptlcon views. Rev. David .Timor, pastor of the Reformed church, is slowly recover ing from bis recent illness. AMATEUR HOCKEY. Ylclorlu Tea in of Montreal Defeat* New York !>y Fast Play. NEW YORK. March 11.—By 1 I goals In 8 the Victoria llockcy club of Motil real. occupying third place in the senior league, defeated the St. NTchol i ; Skat ing elub. champions of the Amateur Hockey league, in an international hockey match at St. Nicholas skating rink. The play, aside from Hit* first five minutes, was all in St. Nicholas territory, with the Canadian men forc ing the play all the time. The New York tenia was without the services of Souther, the brilliant for ward. who was uunlile to play owing to injuries received a few weeks ago. This necessitated a .change jn the line up. and Marcus went to center, K. fJordon played rover and WagstatT took Marcus' place at left wing. The Canadian defense was made up entirely of the intermediate players, but the forwards were all of the senior seven, and they gave a wonderful ex hibition of hockey and fast skating. The most noticeable feature of their play was the mariner In which they fell back and helped out the defense. The men were so much faster skaters that they could always reach their own goal before the New York men iittu n cnanct* to shoot. I1 offK**ii 1>orw Mini Mini Won. NEW YORK. March 11.—J. Ferdi nand Poggcnhitrg or this city defeated Edward W. Onnlnev of russule, N. .1. the present title holder, hy a score of to 232 in tin* eleventh game of the national amateur billiard championship tournament at the Llederfemnz club. In the tenth game Dr. I«. L. Mlal beat T. Mortimer S. Rolls of Philadelphia iiy a score of "no to 283. * Harvard Beaten at Princeton. PRINCETON, X, J.. March 11. Prlnceton swimmers tightened tlieir hold on the intercollegiate champion ship by defeating Harvard 33 to 20 In a dual meet ami 3 to 1 In water polo and establishing throe intercollegiate records. Chandlers of Princeton was the star performer. t__ Yale I ltd in iiliuiM at Basket Bull. NEW HAVEN. Conu.. March 11.— Yale won the intercollegiate basket l>all ehaiupiimsliip hero hy defeating Harvard in the Inst game of the series hy a score of 27 to 0. Yale played through the league season with only one defeat—at the hands of Columbia. St. Y'olmu at Xevv Orleans. NEW ORLEANS, March 11. — St. Volina won the Pickwick steeplechase j at City park in a common gallop. He | fenced well and. taking a big lead in the first mile, came home some fifteen lengtli before A ra bo‘and Creolin. the only others to finish. Giants Defeated n« Los Viiaeles. 1.08 ANGELES. Cal., March 11. The New York Giants met defeat in an exhibition game with the Los Angeles team. The score was 0 to 2. This was the first defeat the Giants have suffered in an exhibition game in two years. The safe, certain, reliable little pills that do not gripe or sicken are Dade's Little Liver Pills- Best for sick headaches, biliousness and lazy livers. Sold by Sexton's Pharmacy. PORT READING. ( LOCAL ITEMS. Patrick McIntosh had a nice horse sent to him from Ills brother in Phil adelphia. He went to Wood bridge Thursday night and got it, the horse being shipped over the Pennsylvania railroad. He expects to make sDme of the local horsemen speed lively around town this coming summer. He thinks he has something up his sleeve for them. D. O'Reilly is confined to the house on account of his arm. Thomas Gallagher, Miss Anna Lar sen, James Toner and Miss Kittle Cassidy went to the Hippodrome Fri day night. James Murray went to New York Friday afternoon. He expects to bring his cousin here to work. Eugene Bibney was a visitor to Elizabeth Friday night. Percy Cunningham is in town again. He has been working in New . York for the past year and a half. Wilbur Turner will have to get after him as Percy is a good all around ball* player and that's the kind to look after. Mr. Turner expects to make things lively around here in the baseball line this summer. MRS. IMSSOSWAY ENTERTAINED. Mrs. Martha Dlssosway, president of the Riverside Avenue Thimble Club, entertained the club at her home on Thursday last. Mrs. Dissos way is eighty-six years old and there arc not many club in Greater New York that can boast of having so ac ttve a member and president at that age. ILL WITH DIPHTHERIA. Word was received Saturday by Mr. and Mrs. John Cook, of Wood avenue, that their son, William Cook, was ill with diphtheria in Orange, N. J. His sister. Miss Addle Cook, left for that place Saturday afternoon. A telegram was received from her late that night to the effect that lie was sick, but that ho was getting along all right. Gently mdves the bowels and at the same time stops the cough. Bee’s Laxative Cough Syrup. Contains Hon ey and Tar. Xo opiates. Best for Coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough. Satisfaction guaranteed. Chil dren like' it. Mothers indorse it. Sold by Setxon’s Pharmacy. 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The funfcral of Mrs. Martha M. I Peto, sixty-nine years old, win ° | Frederick U. Peto, Sr., who died Hi | day morning after a lingering illn j at ike home of her son, Frederick I. l’eto Jr., in Amboy avenue, Rich ; mond Valley, took place fro,1' ll'|'1 late home at 2:30 o clock .vesterda> | i,u<] was attended by a large nun e , of relatives and friends. A 'I'lnibii of the members of Huguenot Chaptu No. XS, Order Eastern Star, of which she was a membev, attended in a body. Rev. Guy A. Jamieson, rector of tile Church of St. Stephen, official «d and conducted the nervlces at the church which were followed by the floral service of the Eastern Star, conducted by Worthy Patron D. R.j Robbins, assisted by Worthy Motion Mrs Maggie LaForgo. of Huguenot: Chapter. Many floral pieces were re ceived from friends. Huguenot Chap ter sent a large star. She is survived by her husband and son Interment followed in Bethel cemetery. 1. P. Bedell & Son were funeral directors. K. OF C. TO ENTERTAIN. Richmond Council No. 351, Knights of Columbus, will celebrate the anniversary of St. Patrick's Day at their meeting Thursday night. The address of the evening will be delivered by M. F. Conroy, of Man hattan. James Brady, tenor, will render some Irish songs. John J. McKinney will also sing. Master Arthur Foley, of Now Brighton, for merly of tills place, will also render several selections. There will be in strumental music and it is expected to have a bag-piper present. NO SERVICE BAST NIGHT. On account of the storm there was no service at St. Paul’s M. E. church last night. At the morning service Rev. Wilbert Westcott, pastor of Bethel M. E. church, occupied the pulpit and preached an excellent ser mon, in exchange with Rev. Robert A. Brown, who delivered the sermon at Bethel. Each service was marked by a small attendance on account of ihe storm. MAKE OFFICIAL VISIT. R. W. Hubbard R. Yetman, district deputy grand master of the eleventh Masonic district, of the state of New York, will make an official visit to Beacon Light Lodge, New Brighton, at. a stated communication tonight. He will probably be accompanied by several of the members of Huguenot Lodge No. 381, from here. TO AMEND BILL. Several of the teachers of the pub lic school here attended the meeting of the executive committee of the Interborough Association of Women Teachers in Manhattan, Saturday, to consider the final amendments which will be made to the equal pay bill be fore the senate and assembly’s cities committees will be asked to report it. ;. * 3 * ** T ~ LOCAL ITEMS. Tile Women's Christian Temper ance I'nion will hold a food sale in their hall, in Center street, Friday afternoon. Harry Romer, with his family, lias moved from Amboy avenue to Butler avenue. The Totteuville Band will hold a meeting and practice in Mechanic hail tonight. .Tames Androvotte, of Fisher ave nue, has so far recovered as to be able to lie out again. John Walters, of Port Allegancy, Pa., has returned home after a few days visit with friends in town. A. M. Sprague, of Butler avenue, spent yesterday afternoon in Perth Amboy. A meeting of Sfaren Islaud Lodge No. 841, B. P. O. Elks, will bo held at their new club house tonight. Mrs. H. S. Bedell is still ill at her home in Johnson avenue. Captain and Mrs. Oliver Weir, of Wood avenue, have as their guest tbelr nephew, W. Sipple, of Sullivan county, N. Y. Reuben O. Sprague, of Amboy ave nue, who is spending the winter in Brooklyn, visited in town Saturday. Richmond Temple, Pythian Sis ters. will hold their regular meeting in K. of P. hall tonight. Mrs. i nomas Laura nas returned to her home in Manhattan after a visit with Mrs. C. M. Wlnanl, in Amboy avenue. A meeting of Bentley Lodge No. 570, Odd Fellows, will be held in the Lehman hnikliug tonight. Roy Collins, of Amboy avenue, and Edgar Ellis, of Stapleton,' visited friends in Perth Amboy yesterday . Henry Sweet, a baker at Collins bakery in Amboy avenue, is confined to his bed with pneumonia. Abram Cole, of Riverside avenue, who is wintering in Manhattan, was a local visitor last Thursday. Mrs. Fanny L. Fryer, of Riverside avenue, is visiting friends in Manhat tan. Mrs. Oliver Weir has been ill for the past week with a severe cold and sore throat. William Sharrott, of Manhattan, spent yesterday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Sharrott, in Main street. Mr. and Mrs. John Runyon and son spent yesterday with relatives in New Brunswick. A meeting of the local borough hoard will be held at the borough hall. St. G,eorge, at 10:30 o'clock to morrow morning. Several important matters will be brought up at this meeting. Mrs. George M. Totten, of Center street, grand chief of the Pythian Sisters of the state of New York, re turned Saturday night from King ston and Middletown, N. Y., where she made an official visit to the tem ples in those places Thursday and Friday nights. A meeting of the Young People’s Society, of St. Paul's M. E. church, will be held in the chapel tonight at 7:45 o’clock instead of Thursday. A meeting of the board of trustees ot the church will be held' tomorrow ! night. A meeting of the Social Ten will be held at the home of Miss Flossie Dixon, in Brehaut avenue, Friday night. The election of officers will take place and pthor important busi I Losing Flesh? •*. Take VINOL—now? Easy to get it back again. Vinol creates an appetite, makes rich, red blood, strengthens ev^ry organ in the body, — and builds up firm healthy flesh. That’s because Vinol con tains all the medicinal ele ments of cod liver oil, taken from fresh cods’ livers, the useless oil eliminated, tonic iron added. Try it on our guarantee. C. A.'SEXTON. .Druggist, | TOTTEHVILLE. J MH'AIjS WON FAST (JAMK. ' Before an attendance that broke nil records so far this season, In Knights of Pythias hall, in. Amboy avenue, Saturday night, the circle team of Richmond Lodge, Knights of Pythias, defeated tho fast team of St. Peter’s, of New Brighton, in one of tiie hardest contested games this year, hr a g ' e or ! 9 Jo I S A '"icli team laid won one game iieloro, ibis game was the "rubber,” and the local hoys carried oft the honors. The game started off with a rush and was of a whirlwind fashion from start to finish. Both teams were evenly matched. The local team was the first to score and when the first half had finished the score stood 1 to 8 In favor of the K. of P. The features of the game were playing of Mahoney and McCormick, of the St. Peter’s, and Romer and Stephen Brougham, of the K. of P. Romer had four bas kets to his credit. In the second half Bedell was substituted for Schneider. The time of the halves was twenty minutes. The referee was Alfred Fisher. Timekeeper, James bee. Tim fnllmvimr wnn fbo IlnfHITI! ST. PETER'S. K. OP P. VanDam R.F. S. Brougham Mahoney B.F. G. Brougham McCormack C. Romer Hunt B.G. Schwandt McCarthy R. G. Schneider Dancing was held before and after the game. Refreshments of coffee and sandwiches were served to the players after the game. The game next Saturday will be with the Center A. C., of Keyport. The Knights of Pythias team will go to New Dorp tomorrow night, where they will play the"Trinity Five at that place. It is expected that a good crowd will ac company the local team. They will leave here on the 8:05 o'clock train. DEATH RATE BOW HERE. The statistical reports from the Department of Health of the city of New York for the week ending Feb ruary Hi, which have just been pub lished, show that, excepting Queens. Richmond borough 1ms the lowest death rate of any borough in the greater city. During the week end ing on that date there was in this borough twenty-six deaths, forty-one births and sixteen marriages. With the population estimated at 75,420, the death rate was 17.99 per 1,000 of population, as against 18.99 for the same period lust year. Of the deaths, four were due to consumption, four to pneumonia and two to accidents. Three deaths were of infants under live years of ago and eight were of persons over sixty-five years, There were only twenty-six cases of infectious and contagious diseases reported, of which ten were consumptives, nine scarlet fever, six measles and one diphtheretic croup. NEW CASHIER HERE. Howard Watson, who resigned as cashier of the Tottenville National Bank at the meeting of the board of the bank last Wednesday, to accept the position of cashier of the Rich mond Borough National Bank, at Stapleton, entered upon bis now dut ies at that institution this morning. Mr. Watson succeeds William K. Swartz, who resigned from the Rich mond Borough bank to become the assistant secretary of the Home Trust Company of New York. Mr. Watson has been the cashier of the bank here ever since it was organized nearly a year ago, and in that time has made many friends. He will be succeeded by Ira J. Horton, of the Nutional Bank of Philmont, N. Y.. who also entered upon his dutios this morning. CARS DAMAGED. A collision occurred in the local yard of the Staten Island Rapid Transit railroud about 12:50 o'clock Saturday night, which resulted in two of the passenger cars having their platforms and guard rails broken. The accident happened shortly after the train that arrived here at that time was being put up for the night. The train was in charge of Conductor Gerow and Engineer Saunders. The train; which consisted of engine No. 27 and two coaches, was being back ed on a siding in the yard when the rear car crashed into another car of a train that was already on the siding. Both cars were damaged to such an extent that they could not be used. They were taken to the repair shop at Clifton yesterday afternoon. GET BUSINESS MEN TOGETHER. Cornelius G. Kolff, the real eslate boomer of Staten iBland, has iBsuect invitations for an elaborate dinner to a number of bis friends to be held at Streeter’s West 'End hotel, in Main street, Tuesday, March 19. This din ner is given for the purpose of bring ing the business men residents of this end of the island together. Guests from Manhattan and the other side, of the island will be conveyed here on a special train. days' treatment for kidney, troubles nnd rheumatism for Your money refunded if not ’ Plneules contain no alco hol. derange the stomach, tsasy Sold by Sexton's Phar macy 71