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   Daily Times, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1893, New Brunswick, New Jersey                                subscribers will confer a favor on this office reporting fcttjr irregularities in the deliFery of their matter an every Go Phoenix Park for ice cream and a cool Jnl5 3t Monagban Concert black cheviot worth Star 11 Peace m27lm f5 FOR coats and vests worth Star 11 Peace m27lm FOB choice groceries go to Whit corner of Church and Spring m3ly for light all wool cassimere were Star 11 Peace in27lm JCBT go down aud see what a flue enter tainment is given every evening at Monaghau for childrens all wool cassimere worth 11 Peace m27lm BE sure you see the two stars over the Our only store in New Star 11 Peace m27lm KUHNS celebrated cigars for sale at corner of George and New Ja7ly BRANCH Patricks VHU meet on Monday night to transact very important MORE attractions and accommodations than ever at Monaghan Concert Gar Albany THIS week we sell the greatest bargains ever offered in New Star It Peace m27lm FOR shop Easton avenue with ice butcher blocks and En quire at 419 George THE best five cent cigar in the city is the Flsr Del at George 379 George Parker ja7ly 4 THE best horses and vehicles for hire by 22 and 25 Bayard Horses sold or the juvenile suits we are selling at and Light and dark all hand Star 11 Peace m27lm lamp and electric light fixtures and all bronze and plated work handsomely reno vated at the New Jersey Lamp and Bronze Works See i FOR black dress pants worth Star 11 Peace m27lm FOR artistic bronze work the New Jersey Lamp and Bronze works is the Varied and beautiful candela brae and electric fixtures a i and all who need Iron or steel for any or who desire house furnishing call on Philip i 6 and 7 Peace THE Second Reformed and First Presby terian Churches propose making an excur sion tpf Riverside on the on the steamer Sylvan on June ASK for and smoke the Imperial the best 10 cent cigar sold in New Bruns Manufactured at Harrys Imperial Cigar 386 George New Bruns THE members of the Highland Park Church last evening enjoyed a strawberry festival at the residence of Charles First A general good time was indulged None Russells yard Where is of French and Schuyler you you save money you buy THE fine formerly a under Zimmermans has been entirely refitted and renovated and opened ap a temperance billiard and pool room under the direction of Peter Zimmerman PHILIP at his new factory and 62 Albany Is turning out his popular Grand Opera and Colombo 10 cent and his Henry Royal Prince and Pointer 5 cent the best In the mar ma6ly LONDON LIVERPOOL CLOTHING STORE 2 Hiram street and 306 Burnet You are Invited to call and examine our spring line of Mens B jys and Childrens also keep a fine line of gents furnishing HOBTONS creamhas no The only place In the where it can be obtained iresh every day from New York is at corner George and New Always on hand in quart and Individual bricks of all flavors with Try the cele brated Neapolitan m2 4m To THE for merly with Professor at 916 New has opened an estab lishment at 24 Schureman In this where she Is prepared to execute all orders at short notice and reasonable French system of cutting and ju5 CALL at 2 Hiram street and 806 Burnet opposite Strongs and examine our large stock of I will give you a few prices to show you how cheap we are Black cheviot double only cheviot aiugle fine dress all from to READING matter on every REALTY How Much Local Real tate is Es THE BASIS OF OUR Triennial Work of the days Longr List of Properties and Their The real estate valuations upon which the assessment in this city is based is made every three years by the board of valuers consisting of three persons appointed by the city This year the valuers appointed were James Toole and They completed their valuation a few days Under an act of the passed last all church parsonage property is ex empt to the amount of LEE 15915696 Samuel Conrad 106108 AbYam Charles Robert I4i Robert Mason Michael 700 700 75 Mary 375 24 26 25 23 21 1715 76 86 88 8892 140 116 182 136 142144 184 192 16 18 2022 24 5 1113 17 25 33 57 59 61 67 75 77 99 103 145 WASHINGTON A Local Benevolent Organization Elects Its Washington Association a recently organized Benevolent held a meeting last at which the following officers were elected Joseph Kiessling vice presi dent Stoetzel recording John Haver financial Alexander De Hart John Eaton George Thomas Hart jnrtde Andrew Gebhart outside John Although a youthful society the associa tion now numbers over 70 Five new members were initiated last among them William who made a brief but interesting The objects of the association are fraternal and It is in a prosperous condi tion Base The ground hands of Jaueway Carpen ders challenge the winners in the game of base ball between the color mixers and ma chine printers of the same factory to play a game for a Edward Button is captain of the ground Perth Amfooy The second annual picnic of Court Am Ancient Order of Foresters of of will be held in Pattersons that Good music will be in attendance and excel Jent refreshments A Bo bust The attention of the Board of Health IB called to an obnoxious odor that prevails near the corner Spring and Church The neighboring and passers by complain of the nuisance and request 4fcat it be attended A New John of this will be or dalned as a Catholic priest at Lambertville Jh the 24th wd he will bis mans at the Church of the Sacred Uja 183 185 165 213 Aaron Charles Bayard Kirkpatrick Amelia Van Nest 175 160 160 320 140 140 200 100 100 Heirs Jacob Jeptha Cheeseman LIBERTY John Trustees Nishe Emeth of Samuel Heirs Clayton Elenore Van Andrew Ten Sarah Adison Electric Co Addis Clarence Frank Heirs John Ambrose Riverions Martha John Sarah Miles Peter Charles Van Nuis William Louise Robert Robert Amelia George William 875 Henry 875 William Robert and WilliamHan nah 750 Heirs George 400 Mary Susan 775 Elizabeth lot 1 Peter Van Abraham Samuel Austin Bornt Warren Henry Janeway Grover Lucy Julia Ann Peter John Heirs William Simpson and Millard Alice Alrojra William Otto Elizabeth Hendricks Lavina Vllet Margaret Bertha Mary Vanderbllt Mary Mary 25 Charles and Marie DZa Josephine Lillie 925 James 475 700 725 Catharine Florence William George 800 Jacob Edgar Heirs Garnet Mary and Garetta Catharine Latham 750 Latham Mary Henry John Blair and First Bap tist 200 Mary Margaret 650 Church Shlloh John v Mary Andrew 800 FItz Randolph Heirs Theodore Frederick 300 Ander trus tee 300 Estate George 800 Estate William Parsons 400 Josia 75 75 400 400 H 400 390 Equitable Life Insurance LOUIS Nicholas Meserole Robert Mary John Daniel McCormick Patrick Meagher Commencement Week Exercises College June baccalaureate ser mon by the Edward pas tor of the 48th street and Fifth New York city in the First Reformed Church at June day exercises in Klrkpatrick at 3 Glee Club concert In the Opera at 8 June meet ing of the Board of at 10 Annual meeting of the In Klrk patrick at 10 Address be fore the by the Honorable Daniel class of of in Kirkpatrlck at 12 AM Sub ject Dumb Here and Necessity for a broader education to sup press and prevent cruelty to them Alumni in Wfnants at Exhibition by Rutgers Corps on the athletic at The Junior in the Opera at 8 June 21 One hundred and TwentySeventh Annual in the Opera at The pro cession of Under graduates and friends of the College will form in front of The Presidents the Fine Arts from 4 until 7 DAT Metier Henry Presentation of David Townley Ellis Woodruff Address to Isaac Van Hee Presentation of Frank The programme for the Class Day cises in Kirpatrick Chapel on Monday after noon of Commencement jireek is now These exercises always prove the most inter esting feature of the Commencement festiv The exercises in tlie chapel are On the campus San ford Planting Richard Storms Ivy Robert Merrill Pipe Daniel McLaury Address to Harry Charles President of the class THE Important Meeting of the Trustees Yes The trustees of the Monument Association met yesterday afternoon in the office of the Norfolk and New Brunswick Hosiery Com President Hoagland in the and Runyon acting as secretary pro Car Litterst and Fred Weigel were Van agent of the Smith Granite was present and proposed to furnish a sub base of red West erly which would prove a good con trast to the fine hammered white eranite of the It would show a face rough quar with a hammered and would be made in four pieces and cost It would be nine feet square and 18 inches On motion of Runyon the subject was postponed until an adjourned On motion of Colonel a written order was given the Smith Granite Company to erect and as soon as the monument in accordance with the terms of the dated May On motion of Hoag Newell and Carpender were appointed a committee to suggest names of battles and an inscription to go on the monument and report at the next The treasurer repented on Newell and committee on reported tbat estimates for cop would be ready for the next An adjournment was had until Monday June at the office of the New Brunswick Fire Insurance Regular Monthly Session of the Local Union Comptou Secretary Brookfleld JQye the Meeting at at 8 It will take about 365 feet of fencing or coping to inclose Monument It is now stated that the monument will be up and ready for dedication about No vember THE HELME The Ceremony was Imposing and Very Largely The funeral of the late George Helme took place yesterday at 11 from his late residence at The services were conducted by Bishop Scarborough and rector of the Episcopal Church at and Richard all In full Episcopal Miss Louise of New was the isolo There were many beautiful floral offer The factory buildings of the George Helme Company were draped in mourn At the conclusion of the services six of the employees carried the castet out of the luxuriously furnished summer residence of their followed by the honorary Cream a lifelong friend of Helme Joseph Charles George Stratford exSenator William of Jersey City Colonel Lemuel of William Bissett and William of Interment was made in the family Fernwood Fully fifteen hundred people from the neighborhood and from New Jersey New York and other places at tended the Anna Van Equalization of To the Editor of the TIMKS DEAK am glad to see that the TIMES Is agitating the equalization of taxes in Middlesex Previous to the ap pointment of the commission of valuation many of us thought that the assessment of our city should be as it would prove a positive benefit to us and decrease our How vain was that for while our valuation was made the town ships did not increase their and the result our taxes were no We pay an increased State and school and we get less money for our schools than Please keep up this ael tatlou and do it without aud yon will please AN OLD Lively Base A great game of base ball was played yes terday afternoon on the grounds adjoining James Neilsons between teams supplied by Peter McGovern and Wil liam Tlfe game was roost interest ing and some ludicrous mis takes were McGoverns team won by a score of 22 to thereby securing a keg of beer and a box of George Jacques made the most remarkable hit of the He struck the ball so hard tbat it could not be and It is generally believed that he knocked it off the edge of the In spite of threatening about thirty young people went from this city last evening to attend the local union meetingof the at v Is Pogson and after the song opened the meeting with some witty The Scripture was read and prayer offered by Mason also made a The first speaker of the evenlhgjwas of Rutgers His topic Y and upojp Let us first Tinderstand what is meant bymissions and missionary When we hear those words we think at once of something away out on our frontiers or else far beyond the but this is not The word mission comes from the perfect of the Latin verb and to A missionary is one There are two words in the Bible tied together with inseparable and they and The moment you ac cept the first you get the and you are a missionary BOO in your own house or to thousands in foreign The speaker then told of the great need in mission and closed by telling what the could do for The first was to pray the second was txrwork for and study about missions and to consecrate ourselves more entirely to Jesus and his ser After a Miss of Belvi State secretary of the was introduced and spoke upon Steadfast dess in Christian She said When Jacob called his sons together to bless he said to i unstable as water thou shalt not There are many Reubens in the world I once knew of a having been stirred up by a moved that the church hold two prayer meetings instead of but he found some time after that one meeting a week was one too Steadfastness means something but it is not a fixedness that will not admit of It is rather that of the railroad train fixed to the We can find4n the Bible many examples of these whose steadfast purpose would fit them for work as com The speaker then went on to show these Mirianij the sister of an example for the lookout committee King for the prayer meeting and so cial committees Daniel and his three com for the temperance committee Queen for the calling committee for the music committee for the relief and Samuel for the junior The speaker then spoke to the younger after which she closed with beautiful story of an invalid in the time of to show that God workers for greater things than The address was a fine one and joyed by Aftec Pogson the meetingwas SCHOOL Woodbridge is Wrought Up Over the Dis missal ol Five There seems to be trouble at Woodbridge over the dismissal of a number of school The following article on the sub ject appeared in the New York World this morning The village Middlesex Is the action of Princi pal Gamble in the dismissal of five school Miss Elizabeth Miss Ada Miss Charlotte Miss and Misa Eleanor Three teachers were two of Miss Middleton and Miss stand by their Jfitlfls is outspoken inei 4ennnclatrofO of what she claims to be manner in which the teachers have been The citizens have taken up the cause of the teachers and demand that the Board of Trustees give them a The board Is composed of Charles Berry and Marcus They refuse to discuss the The dismissed teachers have been in charge of the school several A public indignation meeting has been called for Monday Gamble has beenin less than a His iris are not in accordance with those of the Investigation this morning showed that the facts are essentially as told the The matter is taking on The five diBehBTged are well cultivated incF thoroughly competent so far as One of Miss Elizabeth is well known in this having for a num ber of years taught in the Livingston Ave nue High which position she re signed about two years They moved in the best society of Wood and the matter of their dismissal has been warmly taken up by the ladies of the who are determined to make a fight of On the othar hand the board of trustees is composed of well known business well and of as high a grade of tion as any board in the many although they will give no reason for the dismissal of the It is not believed that the board acted upon any recommendation of Gamble without giving the teachers a but were influenced by the results of indeperidentj Both sides have a and It is more than likely that there will be a con test 7 At any rate It Is certain that there will be a great deal ofbitterness may be the result of the effort to reinstate the Judge Bice Declares Hift Intention of Breaking Up Speak June the Court of this Judge Bice adjuinjatered prisoners who prisoners were given State as their cases seemed W demand that examples bemade o stole a kettle and other articles from the residence of William JRtytr Was sentenced to State Theprop erty has been In giving this sen tence Judge Rice declared of making Middlesex county hot for sneak he was ready to ad jnjDJIsterthe maximum penalty for every case of thieving brought to his Charles Reed was given three mouths in the ffe jfe theman who broke into John VanAFsdales stable oh Water street and stole a pair of rubber George who drew a revolver on SamueJfeGJark wlten him off bad In giyjn 18 was given one day in jail without for stealing a razor valued at from Application was made by the parents of KejUjraoflV OjUSouih to have her sent ijSrthe Reform School as an incor rigible As the girl is over sixteen years of age this could not be al though it was proven that the girl is in the habit of running the streetsand cannot be controlled fey her Judge Rice in formed the parents that the only course to be taken was to have the girl imprisoned il she her waywardness As she could not be sent to the Reforo School she was Court then M1LLTOWN New Brunswictt 4 Remodel Evaiis The residence of John at more beautiful than For some weeks past is has been in the hands of has beeuentirely remodelled and The alterations in the house were made by carpentet Daniel of this and have much improved the A front porch hasbeen while the interior has been The paper hanging was done under the special direction of workmen Janeway this paper Is of the best quality made by this well known is be the finest job of paper hanging ever done in the The residence of Evans is now one of the most beautiful in the and reflects credit on the taste of its owner and the skill of the artisans employed to carry out her v BOARD OF How to Spend the Sabbath P NOTICES OF LOCAL and Evening Meet and Subjects of A Meet ing that Did not Owing to the absence of a quorum there was no meeting of the Board of Trade last night for the regular monthly though it was before President Me Curdy de clared an The time in the mean time was pasaed away discussing the success ful efforts of the TIMBS in procuring the neces sary funds for the erection of the Soldiers and1 Sailors Monument and efforts of the same paper to securethe equallzstion of taxes between the city and county atihe meeting were William John The only reporter present iraff1 T A NICE Sunday School Reception of PHinttu The Pitman Sunday School Union last night good time at the residence of 357 George An excellent literary programme was as follows John Whitehead Vocal solo Miss Ltda Opie solo Misa Alma Iredell MiSs Dflia Otrtcatt Vocal solo Edwin Reid Harmonica solo Charles Sidell Alms Iredell Piano solo Minnie Welsh MiBs Virgie Byrne Cigarviolin Edwin Beid Vocal solo Charles Bogan John GiUiland After the entertainment a sumptuous sup per was provided by the charming First Baptist Pog Services at and Sermons by the Morning Rest for Tired Evening Treating Sab bath school at the First Church at 2 and at MemorlalChapel at Tues day eveningat regular church prayer meeting 1 hursday evening at prayer meeting Friday evening at prayer and praise service at Memorial All are invited to these Pitman corner of George and Oliver pas Preaching by the pastor at m Influence and At the pastor will preachto New Brunswick Childrens ser mon at the morning Epworth League meeting for prayer and praise at First Presbyterian corner of George and Paterson Knox will preach at There will be no evening Sabbath School has been changed from afternoon to oclock in the Knox will deliver the anniversary address at Hope Mission Sunday school in the First Reformed Pock Prayers in chapel at 10 sermon with five minute talk to children Sabbath school Christian Endeavor baccalaureate sermon by of New York The public is cor dially First Lip will preach on Sabbath Take This Child Away and Nurse It for and I Will Give Thee Thy Evening by The Fifth Special sing Ing by the and all will be made wel A gospel tempeiance meeting1 will be held in the Peoples Mission Sunday at 4 under the auspices of the of the James will make the Good All are Christ corner 6T Neilson and Church Morning at Sunday evening song All are cordially Highland Park Thomp Sunday services at Sunday School at Prayer Tuesday evening at 8 Sacred Heart corner of Throop avenue and Suydam Mul Services 8 and gunday 2 Benediction The of Highland and the of the Fourth Relormed Church of this will exchange pulpits tomorrow Ebenezer Baptist corner of Lee avenue and Comstock Sunday services and The The following meetings will be held in the Peoples 145 Neilson street This at gospel meeting at Bible class at open air meeting at ship building Burnet street at 4 meeting under auspices of gospel meet short Meetings each evening during the week at Tuesday afternoon at meeting for girls and boys Wednes day afternoon at Bible reading Friday afternoon at meeting for Free reading room open every week day from 9 All seats All are Rascality of the Husband of a Woman Well Known A divorce granted to Agnes in the other was the cul mination and termination of the un happy marital 4Ife of Miss Agnes Miss who was married to a Plain ifleld man named Alexander in Brook nineyears was well known in this Shei was of a wealthy furniture was a petite a a cultured a charming After the the couple left for Pu Last while on a visit to rela tives In New Wiley heard stories concerning her which led to her re turn to She had no trouble in securing proof led to the granting of a Since then her husband has circulated all sorts of rumors concerning her even going so fir as tomake the statement that he had never married Such stories never be believed by her friends In this and other who know her as a splendid honorable and My father died a year ago and did not leave much she said last When Wiley my father was very and Be supposed that he would receive money with When Wiley found out that no money with me be from one week after we were a systematic course of He frequently chased me out of otir home with a and would not take me into During January of this year he frequently beat on one occasion I only escaped from him by leaving the house during the When my father died and left me no prop my husbands cruelty He married me for my money and connections in this aud when force of circumstances went against ray father I believe he tried to get rid of Wiley formerly lived in aud was known is this city as a LATEST BULLETIN PRESS The Icelandic Ship 6ff the CONEY I Death and Injury in a Rail road OF THE A Mean Man wlio Worked the Sympathy Dodge in Good It has just transpired that our town was visited a few days ago by a swindler who proved to be an expert at the He produced a circular purporting to be a sub scription list the benefit of a James who was alleged to have fallen and broken his ribs while at work for Carpenter He gulled a number of people and received subscriptions to the amount of Among those from whom he received money towards the supposed assistance of a poor unfortu nate were William Rust Sons and John S The fellow is now in jail for doing the trick at where he went after fleecing our local Bankers York Firemen Parade The Telegraphers Bunker Hill THE The Icelandic Ship Arrived Off the Uattery NEW June old time Ice landic ship Viking arrived off City Island shortly after noon She was saluted by the steamer and about one oclock pro ceeded up to the where an immense crowd of spectators was assembled to CONEY ISLAND One Fireman Killed aud Four Fatally NEW June block of six frame shell buildings at Coney Island was burned this One fireman was killed and four more are said to be fatally Two women are FATAL A Train Runs Away on the Adiron of In the Valley Vil June Fisher had a valuable cow died last George Servlss had a very sick horse cpme off the New Brunswick on Wednesday evening Say re Fisher have another new team of James OBrien will take care of It Is rumored that a few of the boys will enjoy themselves race this eve Do not forget the Knights of Pythias fes tival this Miss Addie Cover was in town last TAX Afraid of James Foley and Edward Hefferty had a quarrel Thursday In which it appears Hefferty threatened to harm Foley at some future Foley brooded over this until yesterday afternoon when be swore out a for Hefferty X arrest on a charge of Heffertywas arrested last night by and gave bail before Recorder the com is the man who jumped on and terribly kicked a fellow at the steamboat dock last summer Meeting of Common Councils Committee tbe The committee recently appointed by Common Council to take steps to secure a raising of the property valuations in the townships to a just proportion of those in New held a meeting last evening in the office of Mayor James Vau Opinions in reference to the methods to be followed were heard from different persons informed on the including Mayor Van City Attorney Tax Valuer Florence an i City Treasurer James Pennsylvanias Popular Route to the Summer On June the Pennsylvania Railroad Company will reestablish its popu lar transfer service between Jersey City and pier North connecting with boats of the Iron Steamboat and at the low rates of former The commodious steamber Victor has been secured for this service during the comrng and will largely Increased accommodations over those provided The em ployment of a larger boat is necessitated by the yearly Increasing travel to Coney Island by this Connection will be made by all boats of Company up to connection will be made with boats leaving Coney Island up to IS IT MINNICS Probable Identification of a Body Fonnd in the East The TIMES of last night published a letter purporting to come from Deputy Coroner of New York in which was described a body that had been found in the East and in ts were found letter headsof The description respect with that of Harry of South and book keeper atfthe Reform He left New BruuswicMfor New York on Thurs day Bis father has gone to New York to view the Up to noon today he had not The clothes described itr the note coincided exactly with those worn by Min ME June Adiron dack and Lawrence express train which left New York last night got beyond control in coming down a mountain and collided with an engine at Maltene The result was a terrible smash up and many were badly Some of those in the sleeper were fatal June morning there was a ruu on Matthewson bankers and they failed for The Financial Disasters of the Fast NEW June failures the past week have numbered 313 in the United States against 153 last and 34 in Canada against 26 last 64 of the failures in the United States being of firms likely to have over but only one was of the larger class as respects amount of week the total number of failures inthe United States and Canada was and the previous week 175 100 100 100 100 laaac John 100 Minnie 200 Woodbridge Strong 400 Thomas 200 Thomas Samuel y825 and Philip Continued ou Fourth Welcome the Comlue and Speed the Fart ing Eucy Traverse is recovering from her Ill i George Lupton has purchased a fine new row William of is visiting hia Jennie of Handy Charles of the Postal office has removed his family to this and will reside in the Torrance Flat on Albany Cards are out announcing the marriage John of James to Miss Teresa of Neilsou in Churcb on tlie Wheelmen Two exceedingly tired but happy bicy arrived home this city yesterday They were George Helm and Dixon Theyiftveffetxtened from an enjoyable trip tf Ocean Red Long West End aria other points of interest on the Jersey On the return Cunning ham met with an accident near He ran his bicycle over some nails punctured his The thaj he was compelled to walk machine instead of riding He and the machine came home by Foot Foot notes are usually in tech nical writings 40 explain difficult word or passage the in the stock to which tfiese foot fuptake a look at other If Jfoa want anything to the line of shoes call op him be fitted His Lncfcy June 16 must be the lucky day of William of Handy Yesterday his home was visited by a bright little boy weighing 14 Two years ago on the same date and hour there came a little Jones is wondering whether two years from present date it willbe Maas of ficiated Hospital Aid The annual meeting ofr the Hospital Aid Association will beheld on the afternoon of Tuesday at at the Wells Memorial Every should make it a point to be in addition to the of officers other business of importance will be Private Manager of the Telephone ex change is erecting a closet in the front office at so that customers will be able to telephone without being heard by any person intie office and without disturbed by the notae of the traffic on Church The picnic of Branches 2 and Alliance which was to have today ai Artesian Spring has been postponed uottt next owing JO the laelemeney of the The same attractions will be observed next Saturday intended The present Bible class in the parlor tonight at 8 Short prayer service at close of A cordial Invitation Is extended to all young men to come and take part in these The mens meeting at 4 will be in charge of who will give a short talk on Good Seats Cpme To all who come we say What an Advertiser Who says advertising in the TIMES dbnt pay no one The Atlantic Pa cific Company know that the TISIES Is the best paper to advertise The manager said reporter this morning that owing to his in the TIMES he was almost ex hausted because of the extraordinary run he had on This statement Is as the manager of the Tea will tell HEROIC NEW June has been de cided to award the Bennett and Stephenson merit medals for 1891 and 1892 today at Riverside THe former Is in recogni tion of the most conspicuous act of bravery amoug members of the uniformed fire de partment force the latter for the company commander whose management and disci pline is most The parade made a very fine appearance and was reviewed by the city THE PAlR The Worlds Fair Will be Open on Sun June Justice Fuller and associates today decided in favor of keeping the Worlds Fair open on SOCIAL and James Neilson Entertain Friends at and James Neilson entertained a number of guests last evening at their beau tiful on George A number of college students and mem bers of the faculty were with all the society peoplVof New Refresh ments were served by a New York Wreck of a Another accident occurred at the Albany street bridge early this The der rick on the second arch from the draw bridge by some mysterious manner fell and broke about two feetflroai the The mast fell into the wfres of the Postal Telegraph Com pany and caused considerable damage and no little Card of the wish to express our thanks to the Metropolitan Insurance Com for the prompt payment of the insur ance on the life of Daniel TIMOTHY MABT Why this Hole The andMetuehen Weekly News The excavation for the Lakes parish has What fa wrong with the parish I It is proposed to bury it As recorded at the central office of th6 New Jersey Weather Experi ment this The following record shows the highest and lowest temperature recorded In comparison with the corresponding date of last also the amount of precipitation June I June I i incb warmer cloudy Sun warmer fair Serions A CQtnbtnatlon of trouble has befallen Martin of formerly of this who as exclusively in the was seriously injured while at his work by the explosion of a large bottle of Since this accident his three children have contracted the scarlet fever and are not expected to is him self badly hurt and his physician says it is a question as to whetherie will recover his He and his family have the sincere sympathy ofall who knew Goingfor the Sexton John of the First Reformed is busily engaged pro tecting the ivy that surrounds the frpto the The have built hundreds of nests there and every hour some mote sparrows see the light of The other morning he despoiled many nests and obtained his hat of Johns hat is a iyz so the number of eggs may be He also got a double band full of young Does any one want sparrow pie Wagon Butchet Frank M and George Wesner have been having their wagons re paired and repainted by John Castner and ol Spring The result Is very The grocery wagon of Suydam hag BUNKER HILL June anniversary of the battle of Bunker Hill is to be celebrated today in Charleston by a pageant which will eclipse all previous demonstrations Of this The patriotic sentiment will be because this is the fiftieth anniver sary of the dedication of the Bunker Hill LIGHTNING June Loufs tele graphers have arranged a fast sending and receiving tournament to be held at Enter tainment Exposition beginning at 10 The matter be sent will be taken from the newspapers of tomorrow THE SCOTCH June meeting of the Royal Scotch Clans of America will begin here The session will last three and there will be present delegates from clans from 260 cities in the United States and THAT tired feeling has had bui littler chance to get in its fine work this THOMAS June by FothergilU Church Of Holy George Walter Thou to Mabel Aracrt June loved wife of Geofcze Smihf aged 39 Belativea and friends are Invited to attend funeral frm her late residence on Mondavi at and from Johaa German Cat New at 9 been artistically painted by George Smith in a style which shows that this kind of work can be done aswell in New Brunswick as anywhere Sacred Heart The annual cotnmencement of the Sacred Heart Parochial School will take place in the school hall on 27th There are seven graduates and the exercises will be A surprise party was tendered Miss Lillie at her residence in Franklin last oi young people from this eity were in Odd AttentioiiL New Brnnswiefc I E observe Jane as Mr mortem oy resolution of the Soverrfgn Grand Lo the United The of Helvetia and aO solotirnJn Fe Iowa are respeeffnlly invited to meet 1 lodge on SUNDAY ETENING BE and attend the pervioer At theKtman when the wilt preach suitable to the Yours in L PETlfiit JOBDTT Recording Hospital AM The annual meeting of Hospital Aid Ai   

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