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TWELVE ILLEGAL TOWNS.
1&HE SUPREME COURT IfESTROYS the in a ο ver.vmewi s. ' tke Borough Aet of 1878 Declared Un constitutional — A Pretty Women'» Divorce Proceedings — A Debtor's Suicide—Other State News. The Supreme Court of New Jersey, on Thursday last, rendered a decision that will cause one of the heaviest losses to Investors that has occurred in years in this State. Since the incorporation of the borough of Somers Point, about four years ago, some dissatisfied property owners, not desiring the place to be opened to settle ment, have made every effort to break the borough government. After failing several times to secure a decision adverse to the borough, they, through the Attor ney General, entered suit to test the con stitutionality of the act under which it had been incorporated, and on the day named the decision "that Somers Point was illegally incorporated, as the act of 1878 was unconstitutional," was rendered. The effect is that borough alone were to suffer would be not worth mentioning, as they have no indebtedness whatever, but the decision makes void the governments of twelve other boroughs, possibly more, as, in fact, ali those on the entire Sea coast incorporated since the passage of the act are now void and without a government. These are:— Sea Isle City, Oceau City, Avalon, Anglesea, Holly Beach, Wild wood, Cape May Point, South Atlan tic City, Beach Haven, Buroeeat City, Lavalette, Point Pleasant and Atlantic Highland. These boroughs in the aggregate have a bonded indebtness, on account of im provements, etc.,, of nearly a quarter of a million, the Cape May county boroughs alone having out nearly SIOU.OOU, and by this decision these bonds or other evi dences of indebtedness are not worth a dollar. There is virtually no redress whatever. The decision rests upon the one point, "That all special legislation passed since the new Constitution was udopted in 1874, of whatever character, is iileirai." The boroughs will all iiow have to stop any temporary or permanent improve ment. The taxes of the present vear can not be collected, and consequently the governments will be dormant until some legislation can be passed to help these thriving towns by the next Legislature or a reversal of judgment is made by the Court of .Errors and Appeals. Suicide for a Law Suit. While in a despondent state, caused by ill health and business reverses, Peter E. Arrison, a barber and Republican poli tician in the Ninth Ward, Camden, ended his life on Sunday night oy sending a bullet into his brain. When last seen, about ten o'clock Sunday night at the City Prison, he appeared cheerful. He left, as he told Chief of Police Dodd, to go to his home at 588 Clinton street and take some medicine. Instead, he went to his barber shop, 54S South Sixth street, where he was tound about eleven o'clock by William Gar wood, his journeyman barber, Arthur Wingate, Martin Fraud and Charles Welles, who had been informed that the shop had not been opened and that Arri son was not at home. The body was found near the wash stand. In the right hand was clutched a revolver, with one chamber empty. In the cash drawer was found a card, upon which was written the following note:— "fcroodbye, mother, and all hands, and hoping that you will forgive your boy Peter." Then followed memoranda of debts owed by him, which he requested l J paid. The suicide was unmarried, about twenty-nine years of age, and lived v.-;th his mother. It was said that his trouble was occasioned by an action in the District Court and that was to have come up yesterday for ejectment on ac count of failure to pay rent. In the Vice Chancellor's Court, at Cam den, yesterday, Prosecutor Hendrickson, of Mount Holly, attorney for Mrs. Lizzie Jackson, formerly Mrs. Lizzie Raynor, presented affidavits against allowing the petition of Llewellyn B. Jackson, who had applied for the annulment of mar riage on the ground that she was a mar ried woman when he wedded lier, and that she had practiced fraud and decep tion. The application w<is for annulment without alimony or counsel fees. Coun sel for Mr. Jackson presented affidavits to show that William C. Raynor. the first husband, is now a resident of New York. The lady's counsel said that Mrs. Jack son was married to William Raynor at Bennington, Vt. Afterward she dis covered that he had a wife living, and the laws of the state then gave her freedom. When she married Jackson he was cogni zant of these circumstances, and they lived together for three or four years. On Septamber 14, 1888, by consent of her hus band, she visited her father, Lewis Jerome, in Quebec. She received letters from her husband and one from his book keeper, which contained a notice of the sale of the personal effects of his home at Riverton. She immediately returned to Camden, where her husband met her with a kiss, but afterwards informed lier that he would uo longer live with her. Ho secured board at the West Jersey Hotel for her, and afterwards she went No. 234 West Thirty-fifth street, New York city, returning to Camden after ward. Her counsel alleged that Jackson's billheads showed he was conducting branch offices in twenty-two cities in the United States, and was able to support his client. Lawyer Crandall, counsel for Jackson, fought the application, and said his client was poor and unable to pay anything. The lady in the case is one or the hand somest women who ever appeared in the Vice-Chancellor's Court. The Vice-Chan cellor ordered the husband to pay $75 counsel fees and $10 per week pending his euit for annullment. A "Peeping Tom" at Ked Rank. Many of the residents of Red Bank have been considerably frightened lately by seeing α man peering into their houses. The man is of medium height and usually wears a light slouch hat. He visits houses when the men folks are away. Among the houses he has visitée! are those of Dr. Thomas Ridway, Orrin Curry aud Amos S. Borden. He was irightened away each time. Λ xvcwaric lYoniHu's Suicide. The polloe o£ the First precinct, New ark, were informed at five o'clock yester day afternoon that a Mrs. Margaret 1 Flynn, aged fifty years, living at No. !» Academy street, had attempted suicide : by taking strychnine. She was taken to the city hospital in the police ambulance and died at twenty minutes pust eight . o'clock last night. It is said that the woman had been drinking heavily. A QUARRELj\B0UT TRIPE. Batcher Jurgens Convicted of Stabbing Mr*. Keegan. Mrs. Maria Keegan, of this city, made seme tripe stew for her family, from eome tripe she bought of Charles Jurgens, a bucher. of Harrison avenue, some time ago. She believed the tripe to be bad and took tripe stew and all back to the shop and got her money back. "When she lett the store she was struck with a butcher's steel. She caused the arrest of the butcher, claiming sbe had been stabbed. The trial took place in the I Court of General Sessions yesterday, and Mrs. Keegan testified to the above facts, besides saying that the steel went through eight thicknesses of her clothes. She was corroborated by her fifteen year old daughter, who swore that just before her mother was struck with the steel, she heard the butcher's child exclaim:—"Oh, don't, papa." Acting Sergeant McComb, of thelFourth oreclnct, testified that Mrs. Keegan h IPEMRLI IN EU jr~r—1—& Λ «Η1 ^ °F τ"ε Ρ aWORJ<ÎN (ά/ΑΑΙΝ WitltfPearline, he can make his face and hands as white as 'a woman's.' ' . His wife can make his finest linen or coarsest overalls as ' clean and sweet as the linen of a gentleman of leisure. , She can keep the home as ( (lean and sweet as any palace; and more besides, it saves her one-half the time required by 7 ordinary soap ; and by doing away with most of the rubbing it does away with the worst of the wear and tear on the woman, the clothes-*-in fact Pearline makes a paying saving all around; it's econ omical no matter how you look at it. Peddlers and some unscrupulous grocers are offering i imitations which they claim to be Pearline, or 41 the . same as Pearline." IT'S FALSE—they are not, and 159 JAMES ΡΥΙ,Ε, New York. Beware besides are dangerous. brought to the station house the steel in question, and exposed a wound in the small of lier back large enough to put one's finger in. Dr. Wiikinsun said that he examined the wound and it was a third of an inch in deDth. The court here adjourned for recess, and when it recommenced Jurgens was called by Counsellor Noonan for the de fense. He admitted that the woman called with the stewed tripe and said that she attempted to throw it on him, but he warded off the keetle by raising the steel. He swore positively that it did not touch her and that lie did not throw it at her, bat admitted that Mrs. Keegan picked up the steel near the street which he claimed he had not thrown. Albert Fisher, an errand boy employed by Jurgens, corroborated this 'testimony, and that he only raised the steel when wardine off the can of stew that she wanted to throw on him ; that the can knocked the steel from his hand and that it fell at her feet, and she picked it up. I JJohn Miller, another boy, was present at the time and testified to the same facts. Mabel I (Jurgens, the eight-year old daughter who said, " Oh, papa, don't," told the same story, but did not remem ber why she made the exclamation. Sev eral other λνίΐηβεβββ to testify to the de fendant's good character were next called and they all spoke well of him. Counsel then summed up the case and the Court gave it to the Jury, who rendered a ver dict of guilty of atrocious assault and battery. He will be sentenced Friday. Arraignments and Sentences. John Pender was arraigned Saturday in the Court of General Sessions on an in dictment for assault and battery. He pleaded not guilty. Bernard Noonan and Thomas Malîoy, who pleaded guilty of larceny, were each sent to the peniten tiary for three months. Charles Thomas, a colored boy, pleaded guilty of atrocious assault and battery and was sent for six months to Snake Hill, and William John son pleaded not guilty of a like crime. Thomas Burke, who pleaded guilty to larceny, was sent to the same place for six months. For Resisting ail Officer. John Sexton, a 'longshoreman, entered a liquor store on Hiver street, Hoboken, September 23, and raised a row with William Muller and struck him. He chased Muller to the street and was there arrested. A crowd of about 150 men suc ceeded in releasing him. Patrick Heally, John Scott and Sexton were later ar rested, and gave bonds for trial In the Court of General Sessions. Yesterday the case against them for assault and battery, and resistng Policeman Lucks was called. Heally was the only one who was present and the bonds of the two SCOTTS Emulsion Of Pure Cod Liver Oil with Hypophosphites Of Lime and Soda. There are emulsions and emulsions, ' and there is still much skimmed milk which masquerades as cream, Try as they will many manufacturers cannot so disguise their cod liver oil as to make , it palatable to sensitive stomachs. Scott's \ Emulsion of rUltK NORWEGIAN COD ."LIVER OIL, combined with Hypophos Îhitea is almost as palatable as milk. 'or this reason as well as for the fact of the stimulating qualities of the Hypo phosphites, Physicians frequently pre scribe it in cases of CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA, BRONCHITIS and \ CHRONIC COUGH or SEVERE COLD, All Druggists sell it, but be sure you get the genuine, as there are poor imitations. A Skin of Beautv s a Joy Forever DR. T. FELIX GO II11 AUD'S Oriental Craam or Magical Beautifier o Removes Tau, rr> ^ Pimples, Free âr=i k|«. Μ·"» t* . g S·- Patches, Rash S s 8 5 _ and Skin Die· — .ω fa «--< «BftrUdfc·!- J> >^|ei.K!8, and ev· (3 £ ^ 2:3 Λμ· fMrn >ry blpnassh -< » t=s 5 * ®k Jfetfl' im3Ê on beauty.and «=1 α *ΛΡ* rm^w <jetee tion. It has stood the tost of 87 years, a r.d i β so harmless we ta.ste it to be surt· the prepa ration is pro perly made. Accept no counterfeit of similar name* The distlu , , gunned Dr. L. A. Sayer said to a lady of the hauton [a pat ient]:— "As you ladies will use them, J recommend ' Gou rards Cream '' as the least harmful of all the skin preparations." One bottle will last six months, using it every day. Also Poudre Subtile removes superfluous hair without Injury to the skin. FERD. T. HOPKINS, Proprietor, 4S Bond st., run ning through to Main Office, S7 Great Jones st., Ν. Y. For sale by all Druggists aud Fancy Goods Dealers throughout the U. S., Canadas and Europe. Also found in Ν. Y. Cltv at R. II. Maey's, Stern's, F.hrieh's, Ridley's and other Fancy Goods Dealers. tar-Beware of Base imitations. $1,000 Reward for arrest aud proof of any one selling the same. S © p3 Λ LADIES OF JERSEY CITY. Now Is the time to have your Seal Bacques and Garments Repaired and Altered to the Latest Fashions. Best Workmanship Guaranteed. I also have on hand a largo stock of Seal Sacques, Wraps, etc., in the Latest Styles. It will pay you to call ou me aud see my prices. IT. G. HOFFMANN, «rurrler. No. 95}$ Montgomery Street. Jersey City. MADAME PORTER'S COUGH BALSAM. PLEASANT, RELIABLE, , EFFECTUAL. Successfully Used for More Than Fifty Years. Sold by all druggists. RUCKEL & HKNOEL, New York. others were fortified. No direct evidence against Heally was produced, and in his own behalf he absolutely denied the the charge, nevertheless the jury rendered a verdict of guilty of resisting an officer. Letts Proved an Alibi. Albert Letts, of this city, was tried in the Court of Sessions yesterday afternoon on an indictment for assaulting Barbara Whites, of No. 9 Thorna street. It was alleged that the assault was committed in a vacant lot and that the defendant waited there for her, knowing that she must pass. She is a young girl and he a man of fifty years. He proved an alibi and the jury acquitted him. Carried Their Fight Into Court. Frank Conti and Simon Volpe, of First street, had a fight July 18, and Conti was worsted. He cau»ed the arrest of Volpe, who was tried yesterday afternoon in the Court of General Sessians for assault and battery and convicted. 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HENDERSON Manager. TONIGHT AND EVERY EVENING THIS WEEK, Matinees, WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY the success of the season, Cora. Tanner, in her great success, FASCINATION. ORIGINAL CAST, NEW SCENERY, ETC, Special Ladies Matinee, Wednesday, 2 P. M. S I E. IL Sothern ID the highest bidder. CADEMY. 14th St. and Irving Place. Ν. Y SECOND YEAR OP DENMAN THOMPSON. THE OLD HOMESTEAD Evenings at 8. Saturday Matinee at 2, JpALMER'S THEATRE. B'way and Thirtieth St CHARLES WÏNDUAM, MISS MARY MOORE AND THE LONDON CRITERION THEATRE CO. THE CANDIDATE. BIJOU THEATRE. Broadway near Thirtieth St j. w. ROSENQUEST Sole Manager. Matinees Weduesday and Saturday. HALLEN & HART, LATER ON. Gallery, 23.; Reserved, 00-, 75., *1, 81.50. GENERAL ADMISSION 80 CENTS. "pROCTOH'S 23a STREET THEATRE. ANOTHER ENORMOUS OVATION. Bronsou Howard's Great Success. SHENANDOAH. "Better than the Henrietta."—Herald. MATINEES WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS. SEATS SELLING 4 WEEKS IN ADVANCE. HC. MINER'S PEOPLE'S THEATRE. N. Y. • WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY MATINEE. MAUDE GRANGER IN .UPMOST Λ I, IF JE. BROADWAY THEATRE. Corner Forty-ftrat St Evenings at 8. Saturday Matinee at 2. Manager Mr. FRANK W. SANGER r. EDWIN BOOTH, Mme. MODJESKA, HAMLET. 5TH AVENUE THEATRE, Broadway and Twenty eighth street, Ν. Y, EUGENE TOMPKINS Lessee and Manager. WILSON JARRETT, Ben-My-Creo. Regular prices—$1.50, $1, 60c., 25c. Seats ready. STANDARD THEATRE, B'way and 6th ave., Ν. Y D BURLESQUE! POPULAR SUCCESS! Mil. HENRY E. D1XEY. Supported by Mr. Ε. E. Rice's Com pany In THE SEVEN AGES. by Messrs. Gill and_pixey. "Vf IBLO'S, BROADWAY, Ν. Y Mr. Ε. GUmore Lessee and Manager THE EXILES. Two Matinee», Wednesday and Saturday. ClASINO, Broadway and Thirty-nintn st.,'*». Y / MATINEE Saturday at 2. Evening performance at 8.15. THE DRUM MAJOR. Continuous Roof Garden Concert, 7:80 to 12. Admission. 50 cents, including both entertainments. Credit. Credit. piserTharis. Imitators are Many. Leaders are Few. WE ARE THE LARGEST CREDIT HOUSE In the World. longer lime and Easier Terms Than Elsewhere,» FURNITURE, CARPETS, Bedding, Oil Cloths, Mattings, "Window Shades, Clocks, Stoves, Refrigerators, Lamps, <fec., «fee. MEN'S CLOTHING, BOYS' CLOTHING, CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. OVERCOATS. Everything Marked in Plain Figures at Gash Prices. DRY GOODS. Ladles'and Children's Seal Plush Sacques, Jackets Raglans and Newmarkets, HV are shoiving an Elegant Jlssortmeut in these Garments. »Ëll our Ρ L(J 8 H ES nrt' guaranteed pure Eon· don dyed, insuring fast and lasting colors. JLadies should betvare of this, as poor garments are dear at any price. Everything sold on our JVew Credit System, which enables you to buy our goods on YOUR OWN TERMS. Goods Delivered At Once. No Security Required. WEEKLY OR MONTHLY PAYMENTS. Piser & Maris 132 BOWERY, NEW YORK. Entire Building throttgh to Elizabeth Street, near Grand Street. Take Elevator for Different Depart ments. Turner & Bennell, Eu aid Vine Units. ESTAEXjIHIIED S3 YEAne. S3 & 85 NEWARK 1YENUE,J.C. Time Your Watch Bj Stewart's Clock.' Thos. J. Stewart, NEW. ELEGANT STORAGE WAREHOUSE, AND BTAMDIOUTH CARPET CLEANSING WORKS, Erie and Fifth Sts., J. C. TELEPHONE CALL. 180 J. C. The Storage Department accessible by Ele vator and entirely separate from the Carpet Cleansing: Works. A CORDIAL INVITATION Is extend<k1 to all to inspect the most complete facilities, patented In U. S. and Europe, which 20 years' experience (solely in this business) can suggest or money procure, for Cleansing and Renovating Carpe te. RELAYING A SPECIALTY. The Storage Department is constructed on the best New York plan—iron partition^ tightly closed rooms, with lock and key. AU Safeguards Against Fire* Burglar·, Etc. Ν. Y. BRANCH. 1554 Broadway, Telephone Call. 376 89th st., Ν. Y. SEND FOR PAMPHLETS. Elegant vans for transporting goods anywhere. My processes ar» exclusively my own, and I have no connection with any other establishment CLIFTON, N. J., RACES. Everv day this week. Six races, commencing at half past one p.m.; thirty minutes from New York by special trains, via Erie Railroad, direct to Grand stand, leaving foot Chambers street. 11Λ0 a. m., m., 1*30 and l p. m. Foot twenty-third street five minutes earlier. Round trip, including admission to grand stand, $1. Trains leave for New York immediately after races. „ __ C. V. Sass, Bec'y. E. H. Enqeman. Pres't. New jersey jockey club. 11 Racing every day. rain or shlue, at 2o clock, .special trains via Central ÎL R., of N. J., foot of Liberty st., at 1&3Θ, 1, and 1.2». _ .. . ML F. DWYER, President. H. D. McINTYRE, Secretary. BURR BREWING CO LAGER BEER 227 West 18th Street NEW TORK. Ε. RIDLEY £ SONS. GRAND ST., Ν. Y. GRAND ST., Ν. Y ' COVERING ENTIRE BLOCK, COVERING ENTIRE BLOCK, ALLKN TO ORCHARD STREW. ALLEN TO ORCHARD STREET. DRESS GOODS. Handsome Novelty Dress Goods, Stripes, Plaids and Borders, reduced to 49c., 75c., and 93c. yd. Bargain Lot All-Wool Colored Dress Tricots and Sackings, 50-inch wide, 49c. yd.; good value 79c. Dress Tricotine, 36-inch, Navy, Myrtle and Black, 19c. yd.; worth 28c. 36-inch Tartan Plaid Dress Goods, 12^c. yd.; worth 23c. 1,000 pieces Danish Suitings, 43 different shades, suitable for evening wear, 8c. yd. All-Wool Black Henriettas, 4G-inch wide, G4c. yd.; worth 90c. SILKS. 175c. Double warp all silk Surahs, full' 24-inch wide, Cream, Jasper, Light Blue, Medium Brown, Seal YARD. Brown, Light and Dark Navy, BEAL Severes, Gobelin, Cardinal, G,— · VALUE, net and Nile Green J $1.25. RIBBONS. 500 pieces Fancy Ribbons, worth $1.50 to $2.00 yd., CHOICE AT 49e. YARD. 500 pieces Fancy Ribbons, worth 75c. yd. At 25c. yd. 1,000 pieces No. 9 Fancy Ribbons at 5c. yd. Children's Cloth Coats. (ON SECOND FLOOR.) 150 Children's Cloth Coats, stripes, plaids and Eider-down at $1.98 and $2.98, formerly sold at $4 and $5 (ages 1 to 4 years). CLOAKS, SUITS, WBAPS, JACKETS, Long Garments. Large assortment for ladies and misses. 800 Misses' Oretchen Cloaks, fancy stripes and plaids, with cape and belt, size, 4 to 13 years, at $3.75; worth $6. Misses' Fine Tailor-made long Top Coats, plain colors and stripes, 357.90 and $10. Peasant Cloaks, fine imported Cloaking Cloth at $13.75, worth $30. Tailor-made long Top Coats, black, blue and green beaver, silk velvet sleeves, $14.75; worth $23.50. 250 Tailor-made Cloth Jackets, with and with* out vests, $4.90; worth $7. English Seal Plush Jackets, extra fine, $10. Fine Silk Seal Plush Wraps, long fronts, satin lined, deep drop fringe, $14.75; worth $20. FINE FUR TRIMMINGS. Fine black Lynx Trimmings, two-inch wide, 95c.. $1.89, $1.75, 81.95 yd.; three-inch wide, at $1.95. $8.85 and $8.50 yd. Fine natural Beaver Trimmings, 3-inch wide, $8.85, $8.50, $8.76 yd. Fine Alaska Sable Trimmings, 8-inch wide, $1.75, $1.95, $2.50 yd.; 3-inch wide, $8.83, $2.50, $8.75 yd. Fine black and cinnamon Bear Trimmings, $1.95 and $8.50 yd. SEAL· SKINS. Fine Alaska Seal Jackets, $45, $75, $85 and $95. Fine Alaska Seal Coats, $95, $105, $115, $185. Fine Alaska Seal Newmarkets, $195, $285, $845, $8jj (54, 56 and 58-inch long.) Ν. Β.—Our Stores can be Reached fl?om all points on North or Hudson River by taking West Street Horsecars, running along river front to Desbrosses Street; Grand Street Cars starting at this» point pass our doors. EDITAI EIDLEY & SONS, 309, 811, 311** to 331 Grand St. 56 to 68 Allen, 59 to 65 Orohard StΝ. Y EDWARD RIDLEY & SONS, 809, 811, 311% to 381 Grand St. fi« toi» Allen, S9 to GS Orchard St., N.t ·>) Mullins & Co. 121, 123 S lis HEWARK AVENUE, ' | JERSEY CITY. • . THE LARGEST AND MOST RELIABLE CASH OR CREDIT HOUSE IN THE CITY CALL AND SEE OÛR GREAT BARGAINS at prices which cannot fail to attract the attention of every Housekeeper, or those intending to Keep House. We have everything necessary for Household Use, and are offering special inducements in FURNITURE, CROCKERY, CARPETS, GLASSWARE, OIL CLOTHS, LAMPS, BEDDING, CLOCKS, STOVES, WINDOW SHADES RANGES, CORNICES, BABY CARRIAGES, BAR GOODS, &o. We have placed these goods at the very lowest price to make room for a large and elegant assortment of Holiday Goods, which we shall offer next month. CARPETS. Our Carpet Department contains an elegant assortment of INGRAINS, VELVETS, TAPESTRIES AXMINSTERS, BODY BRUSSELS, KIDDERMINSTERS, MOQUETTES, WILTONS &c. all of the Latest Styles and Choicest Patterns. We have also a full line of Rugs, Mats, Stair Cloths, &e, •which are offered far below former prices. CREDIT. To those desiring Credit we make the best terms at the lowest cash , prices, and from the long established reputation of the firm, purchasers are uaranteed that all goods are as represented. MULLINS & CO. N.B.—Horse Cans from Hoboken, Erie and Pennsylvania R. E. Depots pass our Store.