The Daily Times from New Brunswick, New Jersey on October 21, 1899 · Page 8
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New Brunswick, New Jersey
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Saturday, October 21, 1899
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tHK T1ME8 8WIf VR V ». J., SATURDAY, v 31 CHIH GOEE RETURNS. Back From a Year's to China. Trip Chin (3 nee, the popular Chinaman, e we>l known laundry is in the Bart]. building, this city, returned today ifm n a year's trip abroad. He was given 41 hearty reception by his friends in New ITork last night and the local Chinamen will eDtrrt.ain him this evening. Chin Guee left this city about a year Ago and went by direct route to China. He made his headquarters while in his Bat vn I .rid a Hong Kong and from •there male trips to various Chinese cities *nd io*ns, visiting his relatives and frieo^ This was his first visit home in many j^are. Tut Chinaman was delighted with his trip at.d brought back with him any nnnjber of souvenirs which he will distribute among his friends. He started on the return voyage from fiong Kong on September 1 and Handed in this country on October 2. In hie trip across the continent Jie made stops at Seattle, St. 'Paul, Minneapolis and Chicago. He 'thinks Uncle Sam's country is a big one. Last night he was royally welcomed 'back home again by his New York friend. They gave him a grand reception. He will ah o be given a reception by his local '"brethren. BIG FIRE AT METUCHEN The Spear Mansion at "Upland* " Burned to the Ground This morning. M KITCHEN, Oct, 21— The beautiful ,'jnansjoo occupied by E Holden Spear, -•at Uplands Farm, a mile from this village, was discovered to be on fire this raoming The prompt response of Eagle Hook and Ladd> r and Washington Hose <C5onapanies enabled the firemen to save -a preat deal of the valuable furniture •"with which the hou^e was filled, but even 'With thic, tbe loss was great, as tbe house rwas emirely destroyed. The oewa of the location "of the fire the greatest excitement in Meas there are very few in this /place but have delightful recollections of hospitality that has been dispensed so lavish a hand, at Uplands by Mr. .fes. Spear. "fire started in one of the upper - oi the house, and is supposed to jFv'V-D caused by a defective flue. It •d "down Steadily, attacking room ream of the big mansion. Even •cthe Jsiate dining room, built at the end •<of tbe boose two years ago, and superbly ^appointed did not escape, although the ilirtmen devoted especial effort to saving rir. Tne loss will amount to about $25,000. .All of the family escaped, and sucoeede< nn saving a large quantity of their cloth SOUTH RIVER NEWS SOUTH RIVEB, us Martin has Oct. 21 — Captain returned to his hoi his boat, the Sandy Hook, being Oaid op for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Jam's Fee, of Carteret -we rejoicing over the arrival of a new M Mies Alice Hatter is visiting her sister "Mrs. James Fee, at Carteret. A party of young folks had- a ver; time at the home of Miss Flor Levinson. A. Edgar opened his first kiln o at his new factory and he ia great)j 3>le*»ed with it He will not lose on brick, and can sell them faster than they <ean 'be made. Services at the usual time in tb <cbur<-iie8 tomorrow. All are welcome The donation at the Baptist Church -*rill be Tuesday, Oct. 31, in the babe taneot of the church. T. A. Eeison's moving war pictures --will be shown at Citizen's Hall, on Main cstreet, Friday, Oct. 27, for the benefit of *he Methodist Sunday School. Artmis- «*OD 10 and 20 cents. ZID. PEOPLE YOU KNOW 'erconal Itemn of luter*nt ConorntnfC Some of Them. Mrs. Deiner, of Mill town, is visiting Mrs. Gorky, of Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. M. Ev'McGrath have returned from their honeymoon trip, and are now occupying their residence in thi« city. Miss Ka*ie Tioe, of Cripple Creek, 3ol., is vim ting her brother. Henry Tice, he well known fl irist, at his home on George's Road Mr. aod Mrs. James Taylor and, of Camden, are the guests of Rev. and Mrs. W. R. Weddcrspoon, at the parsonage, on Bayard street. Mrs. H. E. Lewis entertained at her 294 George street, on Friday even- ng. About 25 of her friends were pre sent. Music and dancing were the features ot ihe evening. Great Special Sale Of the New Brunswick Meat Market on Saturday : „ Chuck roast, Tie; Jersey pork roast, 7o ; pork chops, 3 Ibs., 25c ; sausage, b»., 25o; prime rib roast, . 9 to He; leg lamb, lOo; lib roast, 9 to lie ; leg of mutton, 8.]o >reaet of mutton, 4c ; fresh hams, 80 prime sirloin steak. 14c; prime porter louse steak, 15c ; salt pork, 6}c ; best lugar cured hams, 10A« ; onions, 25c a Basket ; sweet potatoes 25c a basket round potatoes, 20c a basket ; large heads of cabbage, 2c WOLFF & FREEDMAN, 270 Burnet street. Telephone call, 635. aul8-2t Goodwill Visits Kagle Council About 25 members of Goodwill Coun- il No. 32, Jr. O U. A. M , went to Spotswpod last evening where they visited Ea«:le "Council. The party left here about 7 o'clock io two stages. The initiation team accompanied them and nitiated six candidates. The visit was a most pleasant, one. Speeches were made and refreshments enj >yed. Brunswick Cafe Alleys. The Brunswick Cafe alleys will open on Tuesday evening with the first match game this season, the Brunswick Cafe playing the Somersets, of Somerville. Wednesday evening they t^Bl p'ay the I rlaritan A's on tbe Brunswick Cafe alleys I Lfi HANGED HiMjfer Aged Farmer Had to Dr* to ME. Ludovice, aged se wall kn'owq farmer io Mid" committed suicide some night by banging hi: rafter in a woodshed in hie house at West D night the man retired earjy, ,as usual. During some rime in the'ni^tit, ^jowever, he got up and went to the washed without arousing any of the family! and there deliberately ended his own : -Vlife He formed a noose of a short pieiei of rope and threw one end over a tiail in the rafter. He was compelled fcij draw his legs up slightly in order to stranKle to death. -f$v.; Just before 5 o'clock thia fiaorning his son found the body hanging JUinp from the rafter. Dr. Wbitford^Q|!|few Market, ;who was summoned, saul that life had been extinct for some timer County Physician Carroll, of Dayton, was notified^ Ludovice bad been in ill health and melancholy at times. THE WEATHER.' The following record shoWB^tlie highest and lowest temperature recorded yesterday, in comparison with the correspond- iog date of last year; also the amount t>i precipitation. As recorded at the central office of the New Jersey Weather Service, State Ex- oeriment Station, this mty. Oct. 18. 1898. i Oct. 18,18»9. Highest 7001 Highest..„, 6C.O Lowest 520 .Lowest..... 47.0 Rainfall 0.61 i Rainfall ' SATUBDAT, OCT. 31. ' Weather at noon—Fair. Temperature at nojn—46 OFFICIAL. FORECAST. O. S. Department of Agriculture, Weather Bureau. • ^ WASHINGTON, B.C., Oct. 21 Indications—Fair with heavy frost ton ght ; Sunday fair with rising temperature. . ^ CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE. y.Du SCO J MINIATURE ALMANAC Sunday, Oct. 22, 18»9. Rises.. 6.:8 ». m. I Sun Sets..-. 51: p. tn •ill. BRUNSWICK CASH GROCERY. .., • - • — . .. - l - •;,- i-^tttr;/ • ''..t-O.'s,^" ' three .became fast friends before tbe steamer reached this country. They became BO well'acquainted that the second wife invited Milts Caldwell, as she then was, and her mother op to her home. They accepted the invitation and spent several da} s with Mr. and Mrs. Vogpohl. During this visit the infatuation be* tween Mr. Vogpohl and Miss Caldwell became quite noticeable. Thev were otten in each other's .company and apparently fell iu love on sight. It resulted the second wife claims in Miss Caktwett running away with her bus- band. ' . . t She says Mrs. Caldwell-Vogel is an actress and that her true name is not Caldwell but that she assumed that name while on the stage. She knew that her husband was living with her. The brother-in-law says be saw his brother two weeks ago and that he and Mrs. Vogpohl were thoroughly acquainted with his relations at Bound Brook. Mrs. Vogpohl was much surprised to find out that Mrs. Caldwell-Vogel denied knowing her. She thought she would say differently when they met. She intimated that she had helped her in a pecuniary manner during her stage career but would say little about the matter upon the advice of her counsel. Prosecutor Walsh said the mother of Mrs. Caldwell-Vogel wfcs perfectly oogni zant of tbe fact, that Voget tad a wife iving in New York. He had received otters from her stating that her daughter and Vogel were in love and that they de- ired to get married. Tbe mother asked f there was any barrier in the way which would prevent them from' beoom ng man and wife, aod he informed her that the man Was already married. The wife had not seen Vogel since last April. Mrs. 'Caldwell Vogel claims she IB the iegal wife of Vogel and so informed Undertaker Dooley today. She! was very much put out because the Under- :aker had not brought tbe remains to the louse this morning. She wants to have the funeral tomorrow afternoon. '' undertaker had qnTPe a '' argument this morning oy«r the 'ain#aHd ; owing%> mpfteaifcHftib the tDack>r the uWtieY- 1 King Block, Has Placed on Sale a^ce, ait, it again,—maldjig \ffefi' pric3 small in order to 0UJ*. patrons;.—cutting off an^dge or profit to insure you a _ r vatvie; Our purpose is to gee these new goods into the outstretphed hands of appreciative customers. You will find the pricts right and the goods right. TJ '/> Special Sale for Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday Df thi^ week. Canned Goods are advancing, so how is the time to New peas, lOc can, 1.00 doz New tomatoes lOc can New corn, lOc can, 1.00 doz String beans, lOc can Large can tomato sotfp, can lOc dam chowder, can Fine asparagus tips, can 18c Qt., can Bauer kraut. Large bottle sauce, Milks, 3 cans f or 3 large lamp chimneys, lOc Large bottle pickles, 26c Huy ley's cocoa, box 25c Dunham's cocoanut, box Ib pkge washing powjder, 12c Gloss soap, cake OUR XXXX PURE GOLD Ml* flESOTA FLOUR. 00 doz j< lOc !> lOc ) lOc •V 21C 9c A. J, $4.40 barrel; 2.25 cwt; 58c for GOOD FAMILY FLOUR. 2. 10 cwt; 55c for 24£ Ibs. 6EBHARDT & CO., Cor, Albany Ibs. Netlson Sts New Brunswick, Telephone 592. funeral of JHr». Welsh . Tbe funeral of the late Mrs. A. O. "Wete'i, widow of William B. Welsh, beld from her late residence, on Seventy-sixth street, New York, afternoon. Tbe services were and wer-$ conducted by Rev. Mr. •CJorot-11, rector of the Episcopal Church, ;at Sputswood. Daring the tervicee a <qnartette choir from this city, led by Professor Wilmot, and including Misses Hx>uit« and Helen Deahler, sang a selection. Tbe interment was made in the •family plot at Greenwood. Undertaker CPoweison Lad charge of the funeral. Vlebmann's Bee Hlv«. Ureat attractions in fall goods. Extra "Siigb qnality at very low prices. Hosiery »nd ttnderwear for ladies, gents and chil- •>dten. Infants' wear, everything a fond mother can wish for darling baby. Corset* and corset waists for camlort and •durability we have all tbe best makes. Our Utopia knitting yarns, German town 'wools and Barony are well known for •Jhigl quality and full weight as the very fcet>t in the market. Novelties in stamped «ood?, drapings, Battenberg aod art work taaaierial. Every department i^ full of -good things. Our aim is to give your dollar a larger purchasing power than else•where. Viehmann's Bee Hive, 18 and 50 Ohurch street. ti • •*•» A f*t>p«li»r Pbuau- KUUMU Over ;,o Vears, Almost every piano sold in thib viciu- aty cumes from the Big Hauo Co., - 'Mathushek &. Bon." If you intend to a piaoo, you certainly want one as good ae your neighbor's. Al- cuoet all your neighbors have "M and C" jriuiofi. No~ one denies the super- iorHjof tiw aelebrattxl Mafchuahek Fall Opening of the Famo»« Mllllnerjr. No prettier hate, either trimmed or untrimmed, have ever been displayed than those we are showing at our opening, which will take place from Wednesday to Saturday of this week. You are invited to call and inspect our line. Remember you are not compelled to buy, B. GALLAGHER, Proprietor of the Famous, 87 Church street. oet2-tf The Meeting* at Mllllowii. The revival services in the Methodist Cburch this week have been of a remarkable character. Tbe congregations have been large and increasing each evening, and the spiritual tone of the meetings bas been deepened at each service. Miss Kubardt, of Memphis, Tenn , will be present on Sunday and during next week and more successful meetings and deeper interest are looked for. N OTICE TO CREDITORS — Elizabeth Tindell, executrix of William TLn- dell, deceased, by direction of the Surrogate of tae County of Middlesex, hereby rive notlse to the creditor* of tbe «ald William Tiadell to bring In their debte, demands aud claims against the estate of the said decedent, under oath or affirmation, within nine months from tills date, or they will be forever barred of any action theretor avitnat tbe said executrix. ELIZABETH TINDELL. Executrix. Dated July :H. 1899. OTICK TO CREDITORS- Peter Cortelyon and Frederick Welgel, executors of Elizabeth Brokaw. deceaeed, by direction of the'Sorrj- ga e of the county of Middlesex, hereby give notice to tbe creditors of tae Bald Elizabeth Brokaw to bring U) their debte, demands and claims against tbe estate of tbe said decedent, un-ier oath or ^affirmation, within nine months from tnie date, or t eV will be forever barred of any action there for|agalnst the said executors. PETEB OOKTRLYOU, PJiKDBRlCE. WB1GBL, Executors. Dated September e, 1B9&. uept U —Au p^raou* cuuucrucu ma, m*t. uo- Uce that the •aboerlbeie, admuiJ0tr«ton ex.. of James McKahon deceased, Intend to eibioit their account to the Judge of th* O'twan*' Court foi the county of Mlddieeex. Tieaday, Sept 26, 1899, In :heieno of September, II», for •euleaent aoA *Uow utoa; the aame beinx •r ti MdJted and stated tar the 8anro*»u BLLBB HcXABOH, KJWARD a HAYis, Rocky Hill Entertalued. J. Stanley Joyce the well known hamorist entertained the Forester's, of of Rocky Hill, at Voorhees Hall last evening and his new budget of witticisms and songs made a great hit. The Hart's gave the musical numbers of the pro- gramme and also played for a two hour dance for the members and their lady frieads 50 Ladies' Jackets, » • '. They belong to former season's, but at the J following prices are Worthy of your inspection. FORMERLY $5,00 to 850. 9.00 to 1500. 2.00. 3.00. \ \ 1500 to 25.00 I 450. s K. J. Duncan & Co. • *•>"'- • • See STILLMAN'S ADDeuncement in Monday's Paper of Sterling Silverware .."Jl—. CARLON—In this city, «n Friday, Oot 20 1899, Marj, wife of ibe late Patrick Oar 76 years. Relatives aud friends are respectfully 1 yitet to attend tbe faner.l from her late residence, 8 Stone s reer, on Monlay morning, at 1) 30 and a St. Pe:e '« Church at 10 o'clock. DOYLE—In this city, "n Thursday. Oct. 19, 1 99. Patrick D.^yle, »n hie 70th year Relatives and Jriend* are res pec tf at'end tue tuners' from ihe lesldence in-lsw, James Ho twicK, 128 Albany Btiefet, on' Monday momiug. at 8.3u, and at Sc..Peter's Church at 9 o'clock. DEHART—In this city Oct. 31, 1899, Nancy, widow or Anthony Oeflart. Relatives and friends are respectifnlly in. vited to attend tue funeral from the residence of her son William Quick, 209 Hamilton street, on Monday afternoon at C~ 80 o'clock. Stands Alone. Oar line of Clothing for Fall alone. The garments are made ia a style that insures their popularly. They are of excellence material and are tarefully cut and fitted to perfect models. At these prices they permit a saving over Bpeoially tailored garments, but give you a pride in their appearance. taker* could malfe no pr'dmi*es\- ; She claims rf^fe%s n8 ^bis New York woman and that shelcnew aer husband ^aS 1 'formerly married bat that he had been divorced. She Has torn up her marriage oertifi-ate and has no written proof of her marriage. ' c ! Shfr bis hired Prosecutor Pungan of Somerset county and Alva Clark to look after her interests < She proposes having the body and property left by her husband and the first wife is equally strong in her purpose as Mrs. Caldwell Vogel is. The matter was in 1 his situation this afternoon when the conference was held at the undertaker's office The chief-, undertaker and lawyer, conferred with Prosecutor Voorhees soon after their arrival as to the best course to pursue ia the matter.' ' •••.<••*"•' •'-• ' "• • ; Later Mrs. Y^gpohl and her' brother- in-law joined in the conference. They made a demadd for the 868 fountfbn the' body, the g-old watch and ring, and papers. " l ' • Prosecutor Voorbees at the confereface was employed to assist Lawyer Walsh on behalf ot Mrs. Vogel. It has been decided to bury the body in this city and amusements are being made to get a plot in Evergreen Cemetery. At 4 o'clock the second wife bad not seen the remains of her husband. Vogel was a contractor and has a tract of land in Connecticut valued at $1,800. When Mrs. Caldwell-Vogel left his honue in July, 1898, he made frequent trips away from home and met her in New York. In April he deserted his first wife. Prosecutor Voorhees notified Mrs. Caldwell-Vogel this afternoon that the body would be buried jn this city. It is expected she will ocme here and may make an attempt to get the body. Mrs Caldwell,the mother; had 'ccovered from her in Junes this morning ao that she was dismissed from the hospital. She left there for Bound Brook shortly b fo e noon. NOT AT MRS. PEISOH'S Iu the TIMES last night it was stated that Mrs. Vogel and Mis. Caldwell, while in this city, stayed at Mrs Frisch's baardibg house, on George street. This was an error., They were never at her olaoe. The story gained currency from the fact that Vogel was seen talking to Mrs. Frit-ch. He had gone to the house to see if tbe women were there. Finding they were not, he asked to be direot.-d to Bayard street. Mrs. Frisoh gave him the necessary directions, and he left That is all the connection that Mrs. Frisoh's place had with the tragedy. The statement is made in justice to her, Harried lln Scotland. Mrs. Michael Leary received a telegram today announcing the safe arrival and marriage of her daughter. Miss Lizzie Leary, to John Kerwin, at Glasgow. Scotland. Mr. Kerwin was formerly superintendent of construction ot the Brunswick Traction Company. The bride was a popular young woman, of this city, with a large circle of friends. Has Yonr Hat Got This Trade Mark 4 r . CHURCH STREET. -Is to be found »t- MANNING RROS;, «. oi 08 ' DeskS| ia Mtth °8 aD y. Golden Oak, Birds Eye Maple from $10.00 up to 921.00* ' • Ladies' Desks, in cheaper grade from $3.50 np to 810.00 Fancy Booking Ohaiirs from 2.75 up to 913.50. Morris Chairs from 8100 np to $16.00. Conches from &L 00 up to $22.00. ideboards from $11.00 np to $45.00. Before yon bny visit MANNING BROS, 284-286 5urnct Street. fe20-tf THE SECRET OF SUCCESS Best of goods, lowest prices, desire and determination to please, and above all to have the very latest and newest goods to be found in the market ' Has come so prominently before the New Brunswick public. Most compltte line of| HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE In the city. We invite your inspection of our beautiful couches chairs, tables, bed Room Suits, Parlor Suits. ' L. GALLEN, 32, and 36 Peace St. oll-tf ,1 -^ •\i f( THIS SALE KNOCKS THEM ALL. • • f . • ' '. Great Special Sale at the V Corner Hamilton and Guilden Sts., FRIDAY, SATURDAY & Compare Our Prices With Others. ! 16o, aOc, 28c, 3po Ib I", "260 .50 Coffee at Best family'flour, bbL Best family flour, 24 1 4.1bs. 3 Ib. package prepared flour, Best sugar cured bams, Best California hams, .„, ...• Fresh, eggs, , .22 ^weet potatoes, ba&jbt, Brpdnifl, . 20 to 25 . .09 Best Creamery Butter, Ib. '

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