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THE INAUGURAL BALI,
TSBlfTOlf'S DEMOCRATIC LEAGUE ALREADT PREPARING FOR IT. & Scandal at a Gloucester Funeral—Λ Colored λΥ ο ni n τι Outraged anù ->1 il r dereil-Other Νβηι of tlie State. The Democratic League of Trenton is making preparations for a grand in lugural ball on the evening of January 11, at Masonic Hall. It will be a non partisan affair, and will be conducted on > grand scale. Governor Abbett has con tented to be present, and Governor Ereen and his wife. An invitation will be extended to General Grubb. Λ large number of prominent men of the State will be present, including tho Presidents of large Democratic organizations of Newark, Jersey City and Camden, all of whom have been invited. Colonel Thomas Chambers, President of the Yeung Men's Republican Club, of Trenton, will also be among the invited guests. The following are the ladies who have consented te net as patronesses:—Mrs. General Striker, Mrs. Judge John H. Stewart, Mrs. General Robert F. btock ton, Mrs. Chief Justice Beasley, Mrs. J. H. Blackwell, Mrs. Benjamin F. I*e, Mrs. General Oliphant, Mrs. Bishop Scarborough, Mrs. Richard A. Donnelly, Mrs. Robert F. Stockton, Jr. Airs, Or. W. W. L. Phillips, Mrs. Judge Van Sycle, Mrs. Frame Lalor. Mrs. Governor Greene, Mrs. John A. Hail. There will be twenty in all. The music will be furnished by Pro fessor Dupin's orchestra. The tickets *vill be $5, including supper for a lady and gentleman. The supper will be «erred at the State Street House, which will be connected with the Masonic Hall With a canopy. The dancing programme will be a beautiful seuvenir which can he preserved as a memento of the occasion. Two Wives at Dr. Gardiner's Funeral· A skeleton has been found in the fam ily closet of the late Dr. Walter Gnrdiner, who was buried from his residence on Monmouth street, Gloucester City, Thurs Tiie residents of that placed had looked upon the late physician uud his wife as a devoted couple. The Doctor had resided there for a number of years and had se cured an excelleut practice, his services being sought by the prominent residents. At the funeral· there were develop ments which astouuded those present, and set the tongues of residents awag giug. While the mourners were assem bled around the bier, a handsomely dressed woman entered, with a bright thirteen-year-old boy. She startled those in the room by announcing that slie was the wife of the deceased, and would look after the funeral arrangements. This was objected to by Mrs. Gardiner, who demanded her reason for such presump tion. She anueunced that she had been wedded to the deceased years ago, and had not been separated by leg.·» 1 proceed ings. The scene that followed created a couimoation. A compromise was effected, and both women accompanied the body to the burial grounds in Gloucester county Mrs. Gardiner, who Is occupying the house at Gloucester City, declined to have anything to say about the singular turn the case had taken, but was positive that tbe deceased had secured α divorce from his first wife before her marriage with him. Relatives of the family said last night that the Doctor's first wife was the widow of the late Dr. Richmond, of Millville; that.the coupleliveiitocether for some years when divorce proceedings were instituted, and they believed se cured through K. S. Clymer, k lawyer of "Woodbury. The present Mrs. Gardiner was former ly a Miss Ludwig, and resided at Potts town, Pa. Tbe lady from Jlautua has impressed a determination to claim an Interest in the estate. A Brutal Murder iu Millville. Mrs. Annie Borden, an elderly colored widow, living alone about two miles above Millville, on the Malaga road, was foully murdered Friday night in her humble home. The mutilated body was found about nine o'clock yesterday morn ing. Mrs. Agustie Riddle bad engaged "Black Ann," as she is commonly called, to wash for her, and when she failed to appear at the appointed time Mrs. Kiddle mads au investigation. Upon entering the house Mrs. Kiddie was terrified at be holding the colored woman lyiuir oo the floor in a pool of blood. A post-mortem examination was made by Dr. H. B. Little <it Vinsland, and Dr. H. A. Storkly, of Philadelphia, when it was found that she had been the victim of a liendish assault, which had resulted fatally. An inquest ■was held which was adjourned until to day. Suspicion pointed strongly to John Knox, a bad character, who recently came from Glassboro to work iu 'Γ. (J. Wheaton's glass factory, and he was ar rested and locked up in jail for the hear ing today. Knox made a partial confession to Wil liam Lutu and John Myers. His hand was covered with blood, which is consid ered a strung point against him. A Democratic Club House lit Trenton. The Democratic League, of Trenton,has determined to purchase a line building and establish a club house as a headquar ters for the Democrats of the county, and also for those in different parts of the Btate who desire to be connected with a Democratic organization in the capital City. They already have iu view two or three buildings centrally located and will determine definitely upon one of them in the near future. The League has been very prosperous of late ami its member ship lias increased from thirty-five, the charter members, until it now has a roll of ninety-five. Increasing Ilavnes»' Salary. At the meeting of the Newark Com mon Council last evening Alderman Johnson offered an ordinance that the salary of the mayor be hereafter 44,500 a year, to be paid in enual monthly pay ments, and that this compensation be paid from September 1, 1881. On the suspension of the rules this was read twice and ordered to its third read ing at the next meeting. ME. M'GRATfl'B OPINION. Bow He Makes It Out That Director llruggeiuaiin Has a Vote. The opinion submitted by Counsellor John Λ. MeGrath to the Board of Free holders Thursday, on the question of Director Bruggemann's right to vote, •was an exhaustive one. Hisintlmation is that Ills knowledge of tiie origin aud history as well as the object of the stat ute reorganizing the Board assists him to construe au act, which lie says was hastily drafted and unceremoniously mangled in the way of amendment. In Teaching his couciusiou that Mr. Brugge maun has the right to vote Mr. MeGrath construes the whole act together. "This then biingtj us,1' he says, "to the consideration uf the act itself; the first Section of which reads as follows:— That from aiiU after the llrst day of Oeeembcr Bczi thn Board or Olios*η Freeholders in coun ties «£ tii.- br.-t cifws jn tbis State shall consist of one Choqua Freeholder from each As&eaiety dis trict of a .10* county. A hasty and inconsiderate reading e'f this section would s^ein to lead one to the conclusion that, the Board referred to (should be regarded as such, without any reference to organization, head or con trolling force of a given number of in dividual», each one representing a dis trict separate and distinct from everv other of the ten districts slated Whereas, upon due consideration and reflection, it. ■will be apparent to the most casual ob server that "ft Board" cannot from the very nature t»f things be tiiuscoiusf ituticd, but'must coueist of the aggregate of the mi tubers, duly collected and orgauized into one compact Board or body, with a governing or controlling hea«l—to wit, a presiding officer, to guide and determine [he results arising from the joint or other notion of the component parte of I the body referred to. The correctness of the proposition just stated Is, it seeme to me, so self-evident that the citution of the authority which might be invoked to sustain it nil!, at once, be conceded as being unwholly nec essary under the circumstances. This lack of provision for the proper and necessary formation or ornanization of the Board mentioned, which appears above, lends us to refer to some subse quent part of the act lor the missing link, and that purpose we are obliged to have ι reference to the second soction of the act, which reads:— That from and after the first day of December next tberu shall be a I>irertor-at-Larze of said Board, to be chosen and electe 1 at larga from the whole of sucb canuty; said Director-at-Larira shall be the presiding oliicer of said Board, and perform all the duties of a presiduiK officer, ex cepting that the canding committees of said Board shall be appointed by the members of sali Board. "In this latter section we find the needed provision to supplv the aforementioned missing link Both sections then must be taken, read and construed together, to render complete the machinery needed to make the Board contemplated hy the first section." Then he proceeds to argue that oue of his rights as a member of the Board is to vote on pending questions. "I take it to be almost self-evident," he continues, "that no such guards aud '■ pleuges as η guarantee for honest dis charge of duty would be exuetsd from the occupant of this office, if he was not in tended to be a component aud integral part of the corporation and board pre scribed by the act, instead of a mere figure-nead, designed more for ornament than use, which would be the effect pro duced. "1 am, therefore, all but forced to the conclusion thattliegener.il purpose of the act was to make him a constituent part, namely, a member of the Board and cor poration aforesaid, and, if this deduction or conclusion be correct, it necessarily follows, as of course, that he is entitled to vote on all questions, like other mem bers." THE CHlLDKKN'iS HOMfc. Money Is Flowing In . But There Is Yet a Shortage In'the Fniuls. The December meeting of the trustees of the Children's Home took place Thurs day afternoon at the First National Bank. Present were Messrs. Turner, oiirnets, Perkins, Ridgeway, Young. Cowles, C'arnes and Walker. After the usual routine of business was transacted the treasurer's report was presented, which showed as received since the October, meeting some £2,1)00:— from Johnstown dividends turned over... $240 From regular subscriptions 1.000 From the ladies' branch 305 ! And from partie· to whom circulars were addressed. 1,400 'J.945 These receipts enabled the treasurer to pay all bills presented and have a balance in the treasury of about il,000. This Is ap plied to the $1,400 uote due at the First Nationnl Bank, leaving the Home still in the drag of back indebtedness $400, and current, expenses about $400 per month, or Î100 to be "met everv week of the whole year. The report ot the Committee of Confer ence with the Ladies' Board led to a lengthy debate, and a committee of Messrs. Carnes, Young and Walker were appointed te meet the ladies at anytime and further talk over their respective in terests. The Hasbrouck Glee Club propose to give a tirst-class glee club and orchestral concert Thursday evening, December 19, the entire proceeds ef which will be divided equally between the Children's Home and the Home for the Homeless. This will give our citizens a first-class opportunity to combine charity with en tertainment to themselves. ί A NEW TREATMENT. 1 Bufferere are not generally aware that! these diseases are contagiou β, or that they | are duo to the presence of living para Bites in the lining membrane of the nose and eustachian tubes. Microscopic re search. however, has proved this to bp a fact, and the result of this discovery is that α simple remedy has been discovered which permanently cures the most aggra vated cases of these distressing diseases by afew simple applications xna.de( two weeks apart) by the patient at homo. A pamph let explaining this new treatment is sent free by A. 11. Dixon & Son, 8ί>7 and 330 West King Btreet, Toronto, Canada. Acknowledgments for Christ's Hospital. I The chaplain thankfully acknowledges the following donation! during the past week.—C. M, M. J. R. and F. D. S., $2 each; J. R. and C. R. H., |5 each; C. L. and H. R. I., 75 cents; J. W. Α., crockery, $10; A. P. Fish, $1; E. S., repainting and relettering ambulance, |50. He asks for $500 each quarter, from November 15, to wards current expenses. Received since November 15, $116.25. Cou tri but ions or pledges may be sent to the Rev. B. R. Phelps, Christ Hospital, Palisade avenue. m An Kvenlnf; in Alaska. Mr. C. C. Hine, of Newark, last evening told a large and interested audience at the Wayne Street Reformed Church, what lie knew about Alaska, illustrating the lecture with plenty of stereoptican views. Mr. Hine jouraeyed all through that part of the country, and owes much of his success last evening to an amateur photographic outfit that he carried wittt bim ou liis journey. A very pleasant evening was spent. A Skin of Beautv is a Joy Forever DR. T. FELIX COCRAUD'S Orienta! Cream or Magical Baautifisr Removes Tan, l'impie», Frec kles. Moth Patches, Raah am» skiu Dis » eu sea, and ev ery blemsah ou beauty.and defies detec tion. It has stood the test of 37 years, and is so harmless \*e faite it to be sure the prena ration is pro perly made. Accept no counterfeit of similar same* The distin guished Dr. 1. Λ. Saver said to a lady of the hatiton [a patient}: ".4s you ladies iciît uxc them, i recommend ' Gou yard's Cream ' us the least harmful of all the sktn preparatioyiti." Oae bottle will last six months, using it ever ν day. Also Foudre Subtile removes superfluous hair without injury to the skin. f'EKl). T. HOPKIXS, Proprietor. 43 Bond 'et., run uiug through lo Maiu Office, 37 Great Jones st.. Ν.y. For sale bv all Dr^gfiistsand F*noy Oo.kIs Dealers throughout the, U.S., ranaJas and Europe. Also found lu Ν. V. CJr» at Η. Β. Macy's, Stern's, Ehrit-h's. Ridjey's and other Ftuicy Goods Dealers tar-Beware of Base imitations. $1.«00 Reward for arrest and proof of any one belling the same. * 2 ο Si f-> MADAME PORTER'S mm mlsm. PLEASANT, RELIABLE, EFFECTUAL. .H^-Successfully Used lor More Thau Fiity Years, gold'by ali.druKBists. KUCKEL & HKfi&litl.New Yor Academy of Music, FRANK E. HENDERSON. ΜΐΠΐΐΐΓ. ONE WEEK COMMENCING Monday, December 9, MATINEES, WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, - ' THE REPRESENTATIVE IRISH COMEDIAN, W. J. SCANLAN, É 4 Έ> EE K-A-BOO," Under tlie Management of AUGUSTUS PITOU, in his Successful Irish Comedy-Drama, « MYLES AROON." Endorsed by Press and Public as the Greatest Irish Comedy-Drama Ever Written. fiCIHUlïiit SBHCS "fou and I, Love," "My Maggie," Scanian's Swing Song, AND THE EVER POPULAR "PEEK-A-BOO." AMUSEMENTS. NEW ACADEMY OF fêUSIC. FRANK E. HENDERSON. - Manager. TONIGHT, LAST PERFORMANCE, mo\k ok and if /a·:. iu the sidesplitting musical eomedv, MY AUNT BRIDGET One laugh from the beginning to the end. HC. MINER'S PEOPLE S THEATRE. Ν. Y. • WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY MATINEE. CORA TANNER FASCINATION. 5TH AVENUE THEATRE, Broadway and Twenty eighth street. Ν. Y. EUGENE TOMPKINS Lessee and Manager. WILSON BARRETT, -IN "THE SILVER KING." Regular prices—$1.50, $1, 50c., 25c. Seats ready. BROADWAY THEATRE. Corner Forty-first St Evenings at 8. Saturday Matinee at i. Manager Mr. FRANK W. SANGER Mr. EDWIN BOOTH, Mme.lDJESKA, FOOLS REVENGE -AND DONNAOIA ΝΝΑ1 CiASINO, Broadway and Thirty-ninth st., Ν. Y ; MATINEE Saturday at 2. Evening performance at 8.13. ERMINIE. Continuous Roof Garden Concert 7:30 to 12. Admission. R· cents. including both entertainments. STANDARD THEATRE, B'wav and fith ave.. Ν. Y Ο BURLESQUE! POPULAR SUCCESS.' Mil, HENRY E. D1XET. Supported by Mr. Ε. E. Rice's Com pany in THE SEVEN AGES, by Messrs. Giil and Dixey. NIBLO'S. BROADWAY, Ν. Y Mr. E. Gilmore Lesaee aad Manager K.AJ Two Matinees, Wednesday and Saturday. IJOTJ THEATRE. Broadway near Thirtieth St J. W. KOSKNQUEST Sole Manager. Matinées Wednesday and Saturuay. .# SSK.1SS JfiOJYBiEir. Gallery. 25.; Reserved, 50., 75., $1, $1.30i GENERAL ADMISSION 50 CENTS. JJROCTOR'S 23<1 STREET THEATRE. ANOTHER ENORMOUS OVATION. Broneon Howard's Great Success. SHENANDOAH, "lîetter than the Henrietta."—Herald. MATINEES WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS. SEATS SELLING 4 WEEKS IN ADVANCE. CADEM Y. 14tb St. Ληί Irvtnî Ρ&οΐ». Y SECOND YEAR OP DENMAN THOMPSON, THE OLD HOMESTEAD Evenings at 8. Saturday Matinee a£2. Ρ enings ALMER'S THEATRE. B'way and Thirtieth St CHARLES WYNDBAM, MISS MARY MOtiJtK AN'D THE LONDON CRITilhlON THEATRE CO. WILD OATS -AND TRYING IT ON. • /CLIFTON (N. J.) RACES.-EVERY DAY THIS Kj week.—Six races, commaucing at 1:30 P. M. Thirty minutes from New York by special trains, via Erie Railroad. direct to Grand stand, leaving foot Chambers street. 11-50 A. M. 12 31., 12:&>, I P. M., and live minutes earlier, foot 23d st. AN EXTRA SPECIAL TRAIN leaves Chambers St. at l.ijti·, 23d st.. 1:25, arriving at track In time for live races. Round trip, Including admission »o grand *taud, $>. Trams leave for NewVork immediately after >acc·. Monday. December It), INT h" EPI I) HANDICAP. Purse. SI,000. One mile. And Great Τ we-mile Kace. C. V. SASS, Sec y. G. H. ENGEMAN, Pres't. NEW JERSEY JOCKEY CLUB. SIX RACES TODAY. AT 3 P. M. SPECIAL RACE TRAINS, via Central R. R. of Ν. .T foot Liberty -t., at. 12-30. 1 and 1:3). Round trip tickets, including admission to Grand Stand, $1. H. D. MclSTYltE, Sec. M F. DWYER, Pres. NOTICE. DEMOCRATS OF THE SECOND ASSEMBLY DISTRICT 8TII ami 11TH PMfiCIXCTS. Hew Primary Eleotien FOH A Mener etMuson Co. Deiccratic Committee,! WILL BE HELD Wsflnesflay Evening Dec. 11 8TH PKKCIXCT—658 Grand Street. 11 Til PKKC1XCT- 415 Pacific Avenue. Hours 7:30 to 9 o'clock. By order the EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. ROBERT DAVIS, Chairman. . James Hennessey. Secretary. ♦ FOR ♦ Pure Wines and Liquors [ CALL AT Lewis Fischer's 109 Newark Ave., ! Wholesale Liquor Dealer ! Monogram W HISKEY Fuit Quarts, One Dollar per Bottle. NOTICE. HUDSON COUNTY ARMORY BONDS. By virtue of a resolution of the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Hudson, in the Statp of New Jersey, passed at a meeting: held MONDAY, DECEMBER 2, 188», JSOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT SEALED BIDS, OR PROPOSALS, will be received and opened at a meeting of said Board, to be held in their meeting room, at the Hudson County Court House, in Jersey City on Thursday, December 19,1889, at three o'clock in the afternoon of that day, fer the Sale of BiisH Bonds of the said County of Hudson, to be issued by the said Board for the Loan of $85,000 ordered to be made by said Board, by the reso lution above referred to. All bids and proposals must be sealed and en dorsed. "Proposals, for Hudson County Loan," and presented to the Board at their meeting at 8 o'clock in the day aforesaid, and before the opening of any bids. The bonds are to be issued in denominations of SI,GOO each, and to run for a term and redeem* $5,(00, redeemable January 1, 1891. $5.0i)0, redeemable January 1, 1892. So,(XX), redeemable January 1, 1893. 85,000, redeemable January 1, lii®4. $5,000, redeemable January 1. 1805. To bear Interest at the rate of not exceeding three Ci) per centum per annum, intercut paya ble semi-annually, and are issued under an act of the Legislature of the State of New Jersey, entitled "An act to provide fqtr tbe purchase or sites for and the erection ànd equipment of armories in cities of the first and second class, ι and making appropriations therefor, and to provide for the taking *f real estate for such sites by commission in case the same cannot be purchased by agreement,1' approved March as, ltm Bids or proposals may be made for the whole or any part oi said loan. This Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids, if deemed for the best interests of the .connty. By. order of the Board. JOHN BOYD. Clerk. MANTELS! MANTELS! John C. Fox & Sons, The leading house for the manufacture of all kinds of SLATE MANTELS. BEAUTIFUL IN COLOR EXCELLENT IN FINISH. MADE IN ANY STYLE. AN IMMENSE STOCK. AT LOWEST PRICES And warranted the best im the market. ι Our traced line mantels are Gilt, with best Gold Leaf, which lasts forever, and not with Bronx· , powder or Metal leaf, which soon turns Black, and i the Beauty of the Maniel Destroyed. Don't be deceived. See our mantels before pur ι chasing elsewhere. FACTORY AND SHOW ROOMS Address 527 k 529 Grand St, 2 & 4 Woodward St.. Jersey City, N. J FRANK J. MANLY, FURNITURE Carpet, Bedding, Oil Cloth and Stove WAREHOUSE, ♦ 203 Newark Ave. Three Doors above Jersey Avenue, J. C. HIGHEST PRICK PAID OLD BOOKS MINES UNO IBRAR1ES BOUGHTl 3. Scarboro, 94 Montgomery St., J. C. New books supplied At * liberal discount from par es. Call or send for bargain catalogue chasers' prices. of 71 pases; free to all on application. I WELDON CIGAR STORE A largo assortment of IT A VAN A and DOMESTIC ClUARS. Alfio manttfacturereof ι Me&rjcliaiii Pipes, Canes aM DBïreM J. C. WENNER, Proprietor. 74 MONTGOMERY 8TBEKÏ, J. C. Repairing and Reûtting ripes aud Boiling in Wax attended to. PETER T.DONNELLY,~ PRACTICAL PLUMBER UNO GAS FITTEft Sanitary Plumbing α Specialty. 2BB Washington Street, J. G. E WBITK ï0HMI8BÏD ALL· WOKK OCARAOTHI : — HERIl'F'S SALE.-IS CHANCERY OP NEW I m J J·., r*o α. ι. I Between Francis P. Gautier, Complainant, an< I Sarah Ann Bonykamper, et als., Defendants. Fi. Fa., For sale of Lands·. Returnable February Term, 1890. Colline <fc Corbin, Solicitors. Βλ· virtue of the above stated writ to me directet and delivered, 1shall sell by public vendue at * ii. Wolbert's Kea I Estate and Auction Rooms, No 4? MeutBomorv street. Jersey City, on THimaI)A y, the second bay of ^January, A. JD 1S90 at two o'clork ip the afternoon «I the follow I η ; «escribed ihii.I aud premise* with the appurtec : anees, being the same described In said writ, tha Is to say:— ι All that certain traci of land and premises, situ ; ate. lying aud beiag lu the City or Jersey Clt.v, 1» the ( ounty of Hudson, aud state of New Beginning at the most easterly cori.er of said iani! ! wbrre the line uivlding said· lot from meadow, no\ • or late otI>. E. audi. B. Culver, strikes the wee side of the Morris canal; theuve running (1) alon the line of 'Silver north forty degrees tweuty-tw minute· west thirteen*hundred and thirteen fef I and six one hundredths of afoot to tbeHackeusao river; thence Γ.1) west aloug the Hacfcfensack rive , fifty-eight feet and seveuiy-ftve one-hUudredtbs of I foot to ihe line of lot B; thence (3) southerlv thirtj i eight degrees seventeen minuteseast thirteen hua Ί dred ana sixty-eight feet and eighty -one one-hunc , rèths of a foot to the Morris canal: thence (4)northej ly twenty six degrees thirty-eight minutes cat ; along the Morris canal eighty two feet and thirtee J one hundredths ot a foot; thence (δ) Biorthei l ι thirty two degrees and fifty-eiflfht minutes east sti aioug the Morris canal twenty seven feet aud nlnet i one hundredths of a foot, to the ulaee of beginnlnj ; containing twoacrea and £©ur hundied and flft I oi^ " ~ ~ re. Dated November Z>, 18W R9BERÏ DAVK, Sheriff. \ A LARGE STOCK! — Of— i ■ ■ ! Rugs, Lace Curtains,! Clocks, Rogers' Silverware, AMD OTQIR VflKfDIt HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES, | rot GASH OR ON TIME. C»li ui !»■!■» Tkta. CEORGE E. WATSON, si aiuteuui; st. MALLIET BROS. (Crescemt Jewelry StoreV MAKERS AND IMPORTERS OP Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry end OPTICAL GOODS, 7β Montgomery St., Jersey City, N. J. Personal attention given to all prescriptions. MARCUS HIGGI.NFIUTHAM, OflUMST. BURR BREWING GO. LAGER BEER 227 West 18th Street, HJ3E1W YOHK. DWYER'S ORCHSTRA. Music Furnished fop Picnics Balls, Sociables, Etc. BRASS BANDS A SPECIALTY | AO. 7 MXMCM* ex., jr. a. THOS. F- DWVSH, · - Te.der. RAILROADS. Eri· Railroad Tim· Tabl·. 'PICKET OFFICES—401, 817. 713. «67 jL Broadway, 153V$ Bowery, 1 Bat tery i»lace. Chamber» street and Twenty-third street ferries. New York; 881 Pulton street, Brooklyn; 107 Broadway, Williamsburg; cor ner Newark and Hudson streets. Hoboken. and new station Jersey City, where ticket* nnd parlor or slMDlBf ear reservations and orders for check ing ana transfer of baggage can }>e obtained. Trains learo Jersey City station aa follow* 8:20 a. m.—Day Exprewe. Pullman Buffet drawing room coaches to Buffalo, connect at Hornellsvilie for Jamestown and Chautauqua Lake. 8:18 ρ m. dally—"Chicago and St. Louie Limited." A solid Pullman train -or day, dining nnd sleeping coaches to Mead ville. Youngs town, Marlon ana Chicago without change. Pullman sleeplngcoachtes to Cleveland, Cincinnati and St. Louis. Ho extra charge for fast time. 8:18 p. m. daily—Chicago and Grand Trunk Ex press. Solid Pullman train of day and Buffet sleep ing coaches to Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Hamilton. London, Lansing, Buttle Creek. South Bend and Chicago without change. Buffet sleeping coach to Rochester, arrive 7:» a. m. |£0 p. m. ually—Chicago Express. Pullman Buffet sleeping coaches to Elmlra, Hornellsvilie, James town, Corry, Mead ville, Youugstown, Cincinnati and Chicago. Stations on Orange Branoh. week days, 9:15 a. m., 12Λ8, 4*4, 6:27, 7:05, 8:12, 11:45 p. m. Sundays, 3:45, a. m.. 1.42, 4:17, 8:37, 8:30, 10:12 p. m. Additional trains to Prospect street, Κ Oraqge, Washington street, Orange. Llewellyn and Main streets. W. Orauge, Orange, week days, 8:15, 833, 11M8 a. m., 232.827, 4S2. 6:19. 6Λ^ 8:12. 1βΛ*> p. m. _ Rutherford and Passaic, week days. 4:15. 5Λ0, 802. 7Û2, 81)5, 9A\ 10:43 a. m., 12:12 neon, 1:12. 2:02, 3.1», ««It Λ.»\ A.Vi f.«) MM éi.oa klï T-1X 7-LL «-IS 11141 p. no.. 12:18 mWulghu Sunday·. 5.O0, 6:30. 10:43, a. m., 12:12 noon, 2OD, 830. 4:13, 530, 645, 7:44. 9,15, 10:42 p. rau, ttd* midnlsrht. Addition»! trains to Passaic, weak days, 3:31. 5:12, 5 38. 630 p. m. Sundays, 5:00. 8Û0, 10:48, U:h noon, 2:00, 330, 1;U 53υ, 6:45, 7:44, 8:33, 9:15, 10:43 p. m.. 12:13 midnight. Newark and Paterson via Newark, week days, 5:54 6S4, 8:0?, 10:20, 11:43 a m.. 1.14, 3:15, 8:47, 4S* 507. 53Î 6.<rr, 637. i:46. 10:15 d. m.. 1230 midnight. Sunday*, sad a. m., 3:47, 6:47. 8:16. 10:10 p. m. Kldeewood and Suffern. wee* date. 4:16. 5:00, 8:03. 9-45, 10:4* p. m.. 1:12 2:02, 321. 4:12. 5:12. 5:42. 830. 6:42, ' :15. 8:50,10:42 p. m.. 12:18 midnight Sundays, 5Λ0, 8:30, 10:43 a. m., 2:00, 4:13 and 6:45 p. m., 12:13 midnight» Also to Eldgewood, week days, 8:45 a. m„ 4:45, 5:35* 6:13,8:50 p. m.; Suffern. 345 ». m. New burg ana Cornwall, week days, 8.Ό6, 929 a. ra., £:47, 4:14, 642 p. m. Sundays, 930 a, m.,. 2 p.m. Goshen, week days, 5<X5, 8:06, 9:20, 10:43 a. m., 1:12, 845, 4:45, 5:42. 7:15. BJOp. m. Sundays, 5.00, 8:30, 93ft a. m.. 6:45,8:50 p. m. Mlddletown, wee* days. 5ΛΒ, 8KB, 930.1043 a. mM 1:12. 8:18, 3:4% 6:18. 6:45, 8:30 ρ,ιη. Sundays, 51)0, ·:», eaoa. m., 3:18, 6:18, 6:43, 8:50 p. m. Pt. Jervls, week days. 5:00, 8JÛ5. 930, 10:18 a. m., 1:1% 5:18, 845, 4:45. 6:18, 7:15, 8:50 p. m. Sundays, 5.00,I3<X $20 a. m., 3:18, 6:18,6:45. 8:50 p. nj. Warwick, week days, 5:01), 920 a m., 1:12, 4:45, p. ra. Sundays, 8:30 a. m. Montgomery, week days, &20 a m., 345, 445 p. m. Sundays, 9:30 a. m. Express train» arrive at Jersey City from the West, 6.-50, 740 a. m., 465, 9:35 p. m. Northern railroad of new jersey Trains leave Jersey City statioh, Erie Railway I week days, for EnglewoodL Tenafly, Closter, Sp»r kill and Nyack, *7:15, 8:OT, *1037 and 11:42 a m., j 145, 3:42, 4:14. 5.1)6, 544, 6«J. *6:57, 8:15, 1044 p. m.. I 12.18 midnight. Sundays, 8:83, *9.4· a. m., 1:45 4:14, 742*8.27 p. m. Additional trains to Cretkiil and way, 6:17, 7:45, ! 6:57, 9Λ7 a m.. and 12-.83. 152. 3:12, 5:14, 5:30 p. in. I *For Nanuec, Spring Valley, Monsey and Tallmans. Nyack Express, *4:47. NEW YORK AND GREENWOOD LAKE RAlJLr way. Trains leave Jersey City station, Erie Railway, as follows:— For Arlington. 6:15, 8:87. 9:30, 11:93 a mM 12:16. 13Λ3, 2Λ4, 827. 8-52. 4:59, 537, 5Λι, 635. 7:12, 837, 10:12. 11:45, 32:16 p. m. Sundays 9:12, a. m.. 1:42, 4:17, 637, 8:17, 845, 10:12 p. m. Β loom field and Montclalr, week days, 6:1* 8:3Z, 9:30, a m., 12:16, 2:04, 802. 4:42, 459, 537, 557, 6:86. 7:14. 837, 10:12. 12:16 p. η». Sundays, 9:12 a nu, »:ϊϊ, 648 P"Little Falls and intermediate stations, week days, 6:15, 8:87, 9:30 a. m., 13:16 noon, 3:33, 4:42, 439, 537, 6:57, 635, 7:12, 837. 12:16 p. m Sundays, 9:12 a m, 8:17, 8:45 p. m. 204 p. m., Saturdays only. Pompton, week days, 857. 9;30a m„ 442, 459,537, 6:35, p. m. Sundays. 0:12,10:15 a. m., 8;17 p. ra. Greenwood Lake and intermediate station week days, 8:87. 9A) a m., 442, p. m. Sundays, 9:13, 10:15, *'w: J. MURPHY. L. P. FARMER.^ _ w EST 8H0RË"RAILK0AD. Ν. Y. C. at H. Κ. It. ft. CO., Leasee. Trains leave West Forty:second street station. New York, us follows, and twenty minutes earlier from foot of Jay street, Ν. K.: Chicago, Detroit, London, Hamilton, *9.55 a. m. and *5 18, *8.15 p. m. St. Louis, *5.15. 8.15 p. m. Toronto, +9.55 a. in. and +9.IS, *8.15 p. m. Montreal, Canada East, *5.15 p. ni. Niagara Falls, Syracuse, Utica and princlnnl inter mediate stations, 3.15, *9.55 a. m. ana *5.55, *β.15 p. m. (una all.*) a. in. for Utica only). Kingston, Saugerties. Catsklll, Albany, 3.15, *7.15, *9.25, a 11,8a a. m„ S4.U0. *5J5, *A15 p. m. Newburg, Ί0.15 > ra., 1.15. 4.15,5.35, **25, *11.45 p. m. Huvnrstraw, 8.25 a. in., 2.45, 8.43 p. ui. Elegant sleeping cars for Buftalo, Niagara Falls, Tor ou to, Detroit, Chicago and St. Louis. *Balty. +Dally except Saturday·. , Other trains dally except Sunday, a. ft. Leave Jersey City, p. R. K. station at all.20 o. in., sa»4M p. in.; Hobokeo, Wear. Shore station, a 11.at» a. m.. *8.48 p. m. For tickets, time mbles or information, apply at \ offices: -Bt ooklvn, No. 338 Washington street. No. 1 738 Fniton street, Annex office, root of )·ΊιΗοη st,j j ?*ew York city, Nos. 371,343, 785 and 942 Broadway, 153# Bowery, 12 Park place, 68 West One Hundred antf Twenty-fifth street and West fchore stations, foot of West Forty-second street and foot of Jay i street, Ν. E. . Westi-otr* Express callsior and checks baggage : from hotels and residences. I C. E. LAMBERT, ) General Passenger Agent, No. 5 Vanderbilt avenue, Wew York. STEAMBOATS. π " ! A LL I'ARKS REDUCED VIA STONING A τ TON LINE-The lnslitc rout·: Boa too, »S: Pro v. : Idenoe, «ί.Λ; Worceeler, «S.SU. Steamer, Khod· * j laiaud and MaaaactiiuetHi lea»· saw Pier at, Ν. K„ one block above Canal »tre«t, at «.SO >. ni.. Sunday· excepted. Mullins & Co. 121,123 Sl 125 NEWARK AVENUE, J. C. EVERYTHING FOR HOUSEKEEPING The Largest and pnal. 4+ House in the Most Reliable ΟΓ Ι^ΓΘίΙΙΧ United States. For the nest thirty days we have made SWEEPING REDUCTIONS in all our poods. Purchasers can rely on securing Genuine bargains, and will here find an elegant assortment of useful and ornamental Household Goods, the very best articles tor HOLIDAY PRESENTS. It will pay anyone to call and examine our extensive stock. FURNITURE. PARLOR SUITS. elegant patterns in Tapestry, Plush or Brocatelle, $35 to 03OO RECEPTION CHATRS, of excellent design and finish, to SfcSO EASY CHAIRS in variety, to #46 FANCY HOCfeEUS. in Plush, Reed, Rattan or Leather, 85 te 04O FANCY TABLES, in Cherry, Oak or Walnut, to *30 MILLAR ÊX1ÎEN8ION TABLES. Oak or Walnut, SO to $75 besides a full line of Bookcases, Desks,. Music Racks, Easels, Mantel Cabinets, Mirrors Wardrobes, Chamber Suits, Folding Bed·, Bedding, Lounges, Sideboards, Rocking Chair·, Baby Carriages, Stoves, Clocks, Classware, &c., all marked down to prices lower than ever. CARPETS. Our Carpets consist of the largest and most select assortment in the Stat·' Note the prices:— Ingrains, Good Quality, - 33c. t® ei.oo Body Brussels, Tapestries, Genuin·, OOc. toSl. 1» Best Makers, ·1.00 to ·1.30 Velvets, Handsome, - - βΙ.ΟΟ to «1.60 NlequetteS, Fine Patterns, ·1.«» to βΙ.ΟΟ Rugs, Mats, Ac. Wiltons, Choice, - ei.se to ·ι.Τ6 All these are FIRST-CLASS ÇrOOPS from the Best Makers, and GUARAN - TEE1) in every respect. Th· prices are better value for the same quality of goods than those offered by any other house in the trade. jj OUR SPECIAL· HOLIDAY STOCK ~ will be found suitable for Christmas and New Year's Presents for Children all ages, and at prices within the reach of all. The stock consiste of Velocipedes, Dolls, Carriages, Cradles, Sleighs, Hobty Horses, Drums, Tool Chests, Shooflys, Desks, Tables, Chairs, Pianos, &e., &e. CREDIT. We make the very best terms to those desiring credit, and purchaser· cannot fail to find everything satisfactory. All Goods are Guaranteed as Represented. MULLINS & CO. Horse Cars from Hoboken, Erie and Pennsylvania Railroad Depots reach our store. · NOTICE TO Dealers and Merchants. * . Proposals for Groceries. Butter,Dry Goods,Hosiery Notions, Hardware, lime and Cement; Meat, Milk, Eggs, Shoes, Points and Oile, Woodeaware, Teas, Vegetables, Tobacco, Prorlsione, Coal, Lumber, Flour,Feed and other supplies for the usa of County Institutions and County Jail will be received by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Hudson at their regular meeting. THURSDAY, DEC. 19, 1889, at three o'clock p. m., at which time there will be opened the proposals for furnishln* and delivering at the County Storeroom, Snake Hill and County all , Groceries, Drjr Goods, Hosiery, Notions. Hard ware. Lime and Cement, Meat, Milk. Eggs. Shoes, Palate and Oils, Woodenware, Teas, Vegetables ToDacco, Provisions, Coal, Lumber, Flour, Feed and other supplies, the delivery of which shall be free to the County. Bidders can obtain information of all supplies required upon application to the Clerk of the Board next to the Court House, on or after December 12, who will have printed detailed lists of supplies. Contracts for all supplies to date from award and terminate November 30,1890. Proposals to be on forms obtained of the Clerk, with guarantee bonds attaohed and to be eealed and endorsed with tho name of tlae bidder and na ture of supplies. Noueotner will be received. Samples of goods required can also be seen at the office of the Board. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bidSlf deemed for the best Interest of the Coanty. By order of the Board, JOHN BOYD, CLERK. I R. H. WEAVER, lUNDTACTURBit 0» AWNINGS, I ^FLAGSb , Cl *11 Utt«HUU«i Horse, Truck and Wagon Covers. TENTS FOB H1RS. I 26 and 28 Gregory Street, J. C _ LAWYERS. ΤΗΟΚΛ* F. KOOJUJr, }tL, ilLwrn. OTPUUTJ Cwft Αψα»». '«W Cltr H.lchsa. J! OB PRINTING. * » CHEAPEST! QUICKEST! NEATEST! 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