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NO MUSIC FOR HOBOm.
ST. PATRICK CAN SEE BUT NOT HEAR THE Ρ Alt AO Ε IN JUS HONOR. Mayor Grass ni an Will Not Allow the Procession to March on Sunday to the Sound of Music, and the Α. Ο. H. Is Mad. Mayor Grassman is placed in a peculiar position through the action of the Council on the question of the Irish parade to be held in Hoboken on Sunday. Very heavy pressure has been brought to bear on Mr. Grassman by the church people to prohibit the parade, or to nave it adjourned until Monday. In order to satisfy both parties as nearly as possible, the Mayor will allow" the parade to take place, but has prohibited music. The members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians are much disappointed by his action, and promise to remember at election time the way he is treating them. He is placed in an awkward position and cannot get out of it without offending either the one side or the other. It is said by persons who claim to know that it is a scheme put up by the Council to work against the Mayor in the spring election, as he has crossed them several times lately. Funny Finance in ϋοιιοκβη. The Hoboken Council made α blun der which might have made trouble in the resolution of March 5, authorizing the treasurer to issue a promissory note to the Second National Bank for the loan of $45,000. The money is re quired to pay the damages assessed for the opening of River street. Citv Treasurer James Smith was afraid to do as he was ordered, be cause he knew of no law allowing; him to. He would have to obtain the loan oh his own signature as City Treasurer, and did not like to • do this. Corporation Attorney Minturn gave an opinion that the Council had power to govern the city finances in an ν way they pleased through the City Treasurer as an in termediary. He considered a promis sory not a negotiable bond which might get into the hands of some party than the Second National Bank, and " that the Treasurer would be liable. The opinion quoted is the case of Thomas against the city of Rich mond, which was decided by the Supreme Court of the United States. In that case the city issued negoti able notes, which were circulated as currency. Tha owners of some of the notes wished to realize on them. The Court decided that they were void and contrary to public polyjy. Upon the strength of the opinion Mr. Smith had a resolution drawn up and passed at the last meeting of the. Council, in which the word "note" was changed to "warrants," which ■were to be signed by the Mayor and ■ tne (Jommittee on .finance. I saw Mr. Smith at his office yester day and he told me that he did not L want to make himself personally liable for the amount to be borrowed, and H for that reason would not have H followed the first resolution, even I if the Commissioners objected to H rectify its mistake. He also said that lie wished to consult the committee as to whether the issuance of a bond was necessary. The city has a balance of H, $G3,000 in the Second National Bank S independent of other deposits. The $45.000 could be drawn from the bank H and still leave a balance. From the bank they receive interest - ' at the rate of three per cent., while on the loan they will have to pay five. By that means the city would save two per cent, interest on the transaction. "It is against the banking law," said Mr. Smith, "for a bank to lend more than one-tenth of its capital. The capital of the Second National Bank is only about £120,000, so that they could not have advanced $45,000 on a promissory note had the matter not been stopped and rectified by the Council.1' St. Joseph's Lyceum. The newly organized literary and debating society connected with St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church held a meeting last night. The first busi ness transacted was the election of a corresponding secretary, which posi tion was not filled at the last meeting. The general selection was John Powers. A set of by-laws to govern the club was next adopted, and a com ■ mittee was appointed to look after suitable quarters. It is intended to hire as large a place as possible, in order that the different branches of the society may be kept separate. One room will be used as a reading and smoking room, and a large hall will be arranged for a well equipped gymnasium. The division will be ar ranged so that the whole place can be t hrown open for large gatherings, such as public debates and dances. Twenty new members were admitted last night, which brings the member ship roll up to sixty. In future the name of the organization will be the "St. Joseph's Lyceum." Mr. Burke Talks Temperance. The Rev. Robert Eminett Burke, of Phillipsburg, vice president of the New Jersey Total Abstinence Union, gave an interesting lecture in the lec ture room of the Church of Our Lady of Grace last night. In the coarse of his remarks he depicted the gradual rise of the temperance cause and said that he was looking forward to the day when New Jersey as a State, and inore especially the city of Hoboken, •would be a prohibition stronghold. He pointed out the evils of drinking and uttered a tirade against the sellers of liquors. Delegations of temperance societies from Newark, New York, Jersey City and Brooklyn paraded the streets with music before tlie meeting began. A large athletic club will shortly be organized in Hoboken, the object of ■which is to amalgamate all the smaller clubs into one, to be called the Ho boken Athletic Club. . The promoters are several members of the Scottish American Athletic Club who live in Hoboken. Every person applying for membership will be tested as to strength, and those not reaching the desired standard will be barred out. The object of this action is to obtain a Reputation for having good men. The Empire Base Ball and Athletic Club will [.rive a ball at Kroebel's Hnll, on Saturday evening. The officers for the occasion are George B. Brown, president; P. A. Cruroy, vice presi dent; Joseph Kemp, recording secre tary; John J. McGrath, financial secretary; John J. Dempsey, treasurer; and C. C. Walker, sergeant-at-arms. The sermon at Trinity Church last night was preached by the Rev. Rich ard M. Hayden. V Charles Kuenlen, the ex-saloon peeper, was taken to Mo; Plains on Hoboken Notée. ! Tuesday afternoon. His mind is un balanced, but his friends hope soon to have him among them again. The Andrew Cullen Association will dance at Odd Fellows' Hall next Mon day. Chief Wielig, of the Fire Depart ment, does not seek re-election. He says that lie will retire in favor of good order. A mass meeting will be held tonight at Odd Fellows' Hall, to discuss the division of the county. The Benevolent, Order of Elks met last night. The Hoard of Erin, Λ. Ο. H., will parade through the county on Mon day, March 18. Mr. and Mrs. Mngee have returned from their visit to Washington. TJie Jacksonian Club of the Third Ward met last night. They are out to endorse the straight Democratic nom inations. The aspirants for political offices were hustling about yesterday. The rivalry between Beonig, Boncïlit and Weinthal. of the First Ward, is very keen. From the present outlook Weinthal will probably obtain the Democratic nomination. Frank McDonough will have no op position for Recorder in the spring elections unless somebody springs into the field at the last moment. John Reid has been on the School Board for several years and is looking for another term. The Hoboken Innkeepers1 Protective Association will meet tomorrow after noon at Philibert and Geayer's Assem bly Rooms, No. 73 Hudson street. ΒΛΥΟΝΝΕ NOTES. Under the direction of the Young Peoples' Aid Society of the First Re formed Church, a concert will be given this evening in that edifice. Tomorrow evening the Young Ladies' Society of the First Presbyterian Church at Bergen Point will give an oyster supper in the lecture room of the edifice in aid of the church build ing fund. Commander in Chief George W. Marks will be present at the encamp ment to be held tomorrow evening by Custer Post, No. G, Sons of Veterans. One recruit will be mustered as a com rade of the post. Messrs. George A. Squier, Frank M. Brown and E. Walter Snyder have presented the Newark Bay Boat Club with a handsome inlaid card table. Through subscription the club has also secured a beautiful chess table. The members of Hudson Fire Asso ciation are jubilant because they have entirely liquidated the debt which re mained upon their steam fire engine. At Tuesday evening's meeting of Bayonne Building and Loan Associa tion, No. 2, $7,500 in cash was received by Secretary Jacob H. Johnston; $8,800 was loaned at a premium of twenty cents per share, as follows:— Thomas P. Swift, $3,400; Kobert Benny, $3,400; Alexander T. Blair, $2,000. Goethe Lodge, No. 208, I. O. O. F., conferred the first and second degrees upon two candidates last evening. Professor Ford, the popular humor ist and elocutionist, will give an enter tainment on Friday evening, March 22, in the Monroe Memorial M. E. Church, at Panirapo. A social reception will be held under the auspices of the Ladies' Aid Society of the Mattison M. E. Church on Fri day evening, March 22, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Huxley, No. 43 East Thirty-second street. The ladies connected with the re cently organized German Catholic Church are making preparations for holding a fancy fair and bazaar. Kayonne Jfoiiticai straws. School Trustee John H. Donohoe was endorsed as a candidate last even ing by the Young Men's Democratic Club of the Fourth ward. Assistant Postmaster Bartholomew R. Cahill says he is not an aspirant for the Councilmanic honors of the Fourth ward at the forthcoming char ter election. Άβ Fourth Ward Regular Demo cratic Club has given Councilman Nicholas Carroll an endorsement for a renomination. Jacob H. Johnston ho-s published a card stating that he does not aspire for the Democratic nomination for Cuncilman in the First ward. The Fifth Ward Republican Associ ation has chosen the following officers : —President, George F. Schmidt; vice president, Herman Klein; secretary and treasurer, Christian J. Schmidt; delegates to the Rayonne City Repub lican Association, George F. Schmidt, Frank A. Lamal and Frederick J. Schmidt. City Clerk Hamilton has notified the Boards of Registry of the several wards to meet on Tuesday, April 2, from 1 a. m. until 8 p. m. The Republicans of the Third Ward will renominate Councilman William Sanford. In the Fourth ward there will be a lively fight between Councilman Nicholas Carroll and School Trustee John H. Donohue for the Democratic primary nomination for Councilman.^ Miss Salome Boas, of Reading, Pa., is the guest of Miss Bruen, or West Eighth street, Bergen Point. Dr. Joseph Ε. Salter, of Centre street, Pamrapo, has returned from his trip through Northern New York. Miss Kate D. Wilson, Principal of the Primary Department of Public School No. 5, was married several days ago at her home on Lord avenue, Ber gen Point, to George H. Baldwin, of White Plains, Ν. Y. Rev. Dr. Henry "VV. P. Jones, pastor of the First Pres byterian Church, officiated. Miss Ada M. Low was bridesmaid, and Mr. Thompson, of White Plains, was the bridegroom's best man. The young couple will make their home at White Plains when they return from their wedding tour. George D. Barney, son of General Nathan Barney, formerly of Bergen Point, graduated last evening from the Long Island College Hospital as presi dent of the class of 1889. Miss Louise Brunner, of Avenue D, Centreville, is visiting friends in Balti more, Md. Rev. Mr. Hall, of Jersey City, has taken pastoral charge of Calvary P. E. Church at Pamrapo. Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Youells, of Avenue D, Pamrapo, were recently guests at a reception given by Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Vreeland, of Greenville. George A. Manwaring, of Avenue A, this city, and his bride, formerly Miss Jennie Leidy, have returned from their wedding tour to Washington, Balti more and Richmond. PHOSPHATE HEALTH BAKING POWDER. The great Brain, Bone and Blood Food. Children cannot be healthy without it, 1.Λ1. 1-i V JJAVVU ■ AMUSEMENTS. H. R. JACOBS' Hoboken Theatre. All Street Cars Pass the Door. Two Minutes' Walk from Elevated R. R. SPLENDID PERFORMANCES AT POPULAR PRICES. •Monday, •ittarch 11,1880, and during the week. MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. The Peer of all Romantic Dramas, "HOODMAN BLIND," with its wealth of wonderful mechanical scenic effects. Original Cast, Powerful Company. Don't Fall to see the Thames Embankment Scene, and rescue from the River Thames. NIBL0S· ΊΓ 50 a MR. E. G. GILMORE, I Reserved Seats. Lessee and Manager. j Orchestra Circle. Balcony. Herman, the«s§teton· D'Alvini. Wednesday Matinee at 2. . TyjINER'S PEOPLE'S THEATRE. ..Tups- 1 MRS, LAN6TRY1 Mon..Tues day,Wed'y Thursday Friday, As You Like It Saturday Matinee, Lady of Lyons. Eve., LadyClanc'thy. MACBET Academy. 25c., 50c. C-V.DE M Y 75C., $1. Gilmore A Tompkins proprietors and Managers. DENMAN φ φ PENMAN THOMPSON. I THE QLD THOMPSON. Η—Ο—M—Ε—S—T Wednesday and Saturday Matinees. Seats ready to April 3U. ' Gi RAND OPERA HOUSE. Γ Take the Erie Ferry, foot of Pavonia avenue. Reserved Seats, Orchestra Circle and Balcony, 5Qe. Wednesday Matinee. Saturday Matinee. " Held By the Enemy." HARRIGAN'S park theatre. EDWARD HARRIGAN Proprietor M. W. HANLEY Manager ' THE O'REGANS. THE O'REGANS. MR. EDWARD HARRIGAN'S TRULY NATURAL CHARACTER ACTING IN . Dave Brahani and his Popular Orchestra. WEDNESDAY—-MATINEE SATURDAY. Public Notice. REPORT No. 28 OP THE COMMISSIONERS OF ADJUSTMENT. Notice is hereby given that the "com missionersof Adjustment," iuand for the city of Jersey City, appointed by the Circuit Court of the County of Hudson under and by virtue of the pro visoes of Chapter CXII of the Laws of 18,%, entitled, "An act concerning the settlement of arrearages of unpaid taxes, assessments and water rates or water rents in cities of this State and Imposing and levying a tax, assessment and lien in lieu and instead of such arrearages and to enforce the payment thereof, and to provide for the sale of lamb subjected to future taxation and assessment." passed March 30, 1886, have made, certifie i and filed a report of their proceedings relating to and affecting delinquent laud, situated within the folio wing described bound aries; North by Newark avenue, Railroad avenue and Pearl street. West by Barrow street, from New ark avenue to Morris Canal, South by the Morris Canal from Barrow street to Washington street. East by Washington street from the Morris Canal to Grand street, south by Grand street from Wash ington street to the exterior line for Piers, and East by the exterior line for Piers from Grand street to Pearl street, and more particularly described, to wit: Block 7, lots 17 and 18, Exchange place and York Block 7, lot 14, Hudson street. Block 7, lot 5, Exchange place. Block Si, lots 6, 8,10,12,14,1(5 and 18, Grand Btreet. Block 37, lot A, Greene street. Block 37, lot D, Grand street. Block 37, lots 21 and 23, Greene street. Block 37, lot F, Grand street. Block 37, lot E, Grand street. Block 38, lot B, York street. Block 38, lots C and D, Greene street. Block 37, lot 13, Montgomery street. Block 38, lots 19 and 20, Montgomery street. Block 38, lot 31, Montgomery street. Block 38, lots 1 and 3, Montgomery street. Block 60, lot 38, York street. Block 69, lot 43, York street. Block 69, lot 45, York street. Block 69, lot 34, Grand street. Block 69, lot 44, Grand street. Block 70, lots 40 and 42, York street. Block 70, lot 61, Washington street. Block 70, lot N, Greene street. Block 70, lot 29, Montgomery street. Block 71, lot 83, Washington street. Block 71, lots C and D, Montgomery street. Block 71, lot 46, Montgomery street. Block 71, lot 38, Montgomery street. Block 71, lot 36, Montgomery street. Block 71. lot part of B, Montgomery street. Block 97, lot G. Warren street. Block 97, Lot E. Warren street. Block 98, lots 49, 58 and 55, Morris street. Block 99, lots C, G and H. Washington street. Block 99, lots 52, 54 and 5o, Morris street. Block 99. lot S, Grand street. • Block 100, lot 57, Grand street. Block ΐϋο, lots 42 and 52, alternate, Washington Birecu Block 100, lots 56 and 64, Sussex street. Block 11)0, lot A, Grand street. Block 102, lot 53, Montgomery street. Block 102, lot R, York street. Block 102, lot T. York street. Block 102, lot Μ, Washington street. Block 103, lots 68 and 70, Montgomery street· Block 103, lota G and 53, Plymouth street. Block 103, lot N, Washington street. Block 104, lot A, Warren street. Block 130, lots A and G, Essex street. Block ISO, lot J, Warren street. Block 130, lot L, Dudley street. Block 130, lot H, Warren street. Block 130, lots B, 80,85, 87 and >1, Dudley street. Block 131, lots 95, 97, 99,101 and 103 Morris street. Block 131, lot 104, Essex street. Block 131, lots 84, 88, 92, C, and J, Essex street. Block 131, lots Ε and 82. Essex street. Block 131, lot B, Warren street. Block 132, lot 86, Morris street. Block 182, lot H, Sussex street. Block 133, lots Al, Fl, Gl and Ml, Grand street. Block 134, lot rear part of E, York street. Block 134, lots H, It and 72, Warren street. Block 135, lot 6, Gregory street. Block 135, lots 1, 2 and S, York street. Block 136, lot 1, Montgomery street. Block 136, lots 2 and 3, Gregory street. Block 136, lots 4 and 5, Gregory street. Block 136, lot part of 6 Montgomery street. Block 136)4, lots 2 and 5, Montgomery street. — . .g ........ j <■*-··· Block Ι3β«, lot part of 11 Montgomery street. Block 136HJ, lot gore, Montgomery street and New ark avenue. Block 136*$, lot 6 Newark avenue. Block 136, lot 4, Newark avenue. Block 137, lots 40 to 45, Wa-iren street. Block 137, lots D, Ε and F, Railroad avenue. Block 164, lot 2, van Vorst street. Block 164, lot 1, Van Vorst street. Block 165, lots 3, 6 and 7, Van Vorst street. Block 165, lots 111, 113,113,117, and IWSusaex street. Block 166, lots 23, 24 and 120 Sussex street. Block 166, lots 3, 9, Ε and N, Grand street. Block 167, lots 4 and 7, Grand street. Block 168, lots 73,77 and 79, Montgomery «tree*. Block 168, lot 106, York street. Block 168, lots D and 108. York street. Block 169, lots 8 and 9, Montgomery street. Block 170, lots A, F and G, Gregory street. Block 170, lot part of B, Gregory street. Block 1TO, lots 88, 52 and 56, Newark av. Block 198, lots 18 and 19, Grand streets. Block 199, lots K1 and SI, Grand street. Block 199, lots Rl, Tl, G3 and H2, Grand street Block 199, lots Al and Bl, Grove street. Block 199, lot r, ïorx street. Block lift», lot C, Henderson street Block 200, lot 75, Montgomery street. Block 200, lots 78 and 79, Grove street. Block 200, lots LI, Hi and Z. York street. Block 200, lots A, Β and D, Henderson street. Block 201, lota Η and K, Grove street. Block 201, lot S, Montgomery street. Block 201, lot D, Henderso street. Block 201, lot E, Henderson street Block 202, lots D, Ε and F, Wayne street. Block 202, lot J, Grove street. Block 202, lot S, Mercer street. Block 202, lots Τ, V, W and X, Mercer street. Block 203, lota F, G, H, 5, 6 and 8, Wayne street. Block 203, lot 29. Grove street. Block 233, lota 193,195, 198, 199, 201,204 and 205, Grand street. Djutn. «<>·.», ιυιβ «j, «un Λ| wmuu biicoi. Block 238, lota 210 and 212 B, Grand street. Block 233, lot part of 213, Canal street. Block 233, lot part of 215, Canal street. Block 233, lota part of 215 and all of 216, Canal street. Block 233, lota 217, 218, 220, 221, 222, 231 and 234, Canal street. Block 233, lot rear part of 234, Barrow street. Lot '233, lota 223 ana 229, Canal street. Block 231, lota 178, 179 and 180 Grand street. Block 234. lots 1S2 and 186, Grand street. Block 285, lot E, York street. Block 235, lots A and B, Barrow street. Block 235. lots 161,162 and 163, Bright street. Block 230, lot Ol, Bright street. Block 235, lot part of Pi, Bright street. Block 235, lot Jl, Bright Street, Block 236, lots G, Κ, M and 18, Montgomery street. Block 236, lot part of Bl, Barrow street. Block 238, lot part of D, Barrow street. Block 236, lota Ρ and Q, Grove street. Block 236, lot Z, York street. Block 237, lots J and part of H, Mercer street. Block 237, lot C, Barrow street. Block 237, lots L, M, Q and 81, Montgomery street. Block 237, lot 25, Grove street. Block 238, lot R, Grove street. Block 238, lots 39 and V, Mercer street. Block 23$, lots T, 8 and 14, Wayne street. Block 2sy, lots 27, 81, 85, 36, 48, 26 and part of 25, Wayne street. Block 239, lots D, 9 and 10, Railroad avenue. Block 239, lots 28 and 30, Wayne street. Block 240, lot E, Barrow street. Block 240, lot S, Newark avenue. Block 239, lot part of 6, Railroad avenue. Block 8, lot 23, Λ34, Greene street. Block 8, lota 1G, 18, 20, 'ti and 24 Montgomery street. Block 8, lots Α, Β, K. L, Exchange place. Block 8, lots 1 to 5 odd, Pearl street. Bloc k 8, lots 69 to 72«nd A, Pearl street. Block 101, lots Τ and 58, Grand street. Block 101, lot 55, York stroet. Block 8, lots 5 to 17. Pearl street. And the said Court has fixed Saturday, the thirtieth 1 day of March, eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, at the Court House, lu the city of Jersey City, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon, ns the time and place for hearing any objections that may be made to the as sessments, charges aud liens llxed and certified by the "Commissioners of Adjustment," in said report, when and where all parties interested therein may be heard. Bated Jersey City, N. J» March 2d, 1888. Dennis Mclaughlin, a of the County ol Hnusou. Cleric of the Circuit Court of t A Rare Collection ! "EVERY COUNTRY REPRESENTED." TÏÏMEEMEIIELL, PURVEYORS OF Fine Groceries Wines and Cigars. Jersey City and Morristcnam. ESTABLISHED 20 YEARS. THE TU 11 F. HUDSON COUNTY RACING ASSOCIATION, GUTTENBERG, N. J. Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Take car to Union Hill from Hobofcen Ferry, direct to track without change. First race at 2 o'clock. Admission 50 cents. Rain or Shine. 8. WHITEHEAD, Secretary. LAWYERS. T^^omajT^fT *νοονανΓ "iÏawy ε rT~~^OPPOSITE Court House, Jersey City Heights. BUSINESS CARDS. People's Restaurant, 134 Montgomery Street. SMS. BUN6ARD, PROP. Meals ot all Hours. . The Cheapest In the City. Table Board $3 per week. Regular Dinner, 20c. GO TO Killen's Restaurant 64 Montgomery Street, WHERE YOU CAN GET The Best Meal at the Lowest Price. j. ε. imiïK/f, RESTAURANT AND DINING-ROOM.. TABLE BOARD, $3.50 PER WEEK. i 356 Grove Street, Jersey City. Tables Reserved for Ladies. H. & J. STELLING, 31 MONTGOMERY STREET. (STELLING BUILDING.) FINE WINES AND OLD WHISKIES, Fine Alee, Best Brands of Imported and Domestic Cigars. Rochester Beer on Draught and In Bottles DO YOU .WANT TO KNOW WHERE YOU CAN get Fine Custom Shoes made to order from choicest Brands of French Calf cheaper than any other place In this city? If you do, call on ANTON SKAWTZB, 131 Montgomery St., Jersey City, and he will convince you that havhig all the latest Improved machinery, and making his own uppers, he is the man you are looking for. Machine or hand-made Shoes promptly repaired at Low Prices. 200 SEVENTH ST., near GROVE. Corsets Made to Order That will not break on Hips. Perfect Fit guaranteed from $2 up. Also a fine line of my own make, 75c. up. Corsets for Stout Ladles a specialty. jrrns. jt. l,oseL·, CORSET MANUFACTURER. Lady Canvassers Wanted. HENRY HA AS JE, Practical Boot and Shoe Maker. A $6 SHOE, made to order, my specialty. 93 Montgomery St., J. C. My own make constantly on band. Repairing promptly attended to. LIFE-UKE^HOTOeRAPHS BY COSTELLO, 588 Newark Avenue, Opposite Court House, Jersey City. H'11/il.l.tf AJLJjEJV, AUCTIONEER, Justice of the Peace, Notary Public, Commissioner of Deeds and Ileal Estate Agent. Offiee, 237 Newark Av., J. C. MOSER, PUSTER SON, Scavengers. OFFICES: SS MOHTGOWERY ST., 21T RAILROAD AVE Privy Vaults, Sinks and Cesspools Emptied and Disinfected, in all parts of Hudson County, prompt and cheap. C. M. CLERIHEW, ERIE COAL YARD Cor. Twelfth and Henderson Sts. Telephone 243. GEORGE W. LAB A W, ARCHITECT! ROOMS 92 AND 93 WELDON BUILDING, 76 Montgomery Street. d¥ye¥sjorchestrî~ Music Funishei fo Picn ics, Balls, Sociables, Etc. BRÂSS BANDS A SPECIALTY KO. 7 MERCER ST., «Γ. C. HOa F. DWYER. - Leader. 3P. 3EL MABRTIIT, Practical Sanitary Plumber AND STEAM FITTER. HEATERS AND RANGES A SPECIALTY; 189 Montgomery St., Jersey City. M. 3P. MORAN, Plumber and, Gas Fitter, 558 Grove Street, J. C. Estimates for all work cheerfully given and orders promptly attended to. Repairs for stoves and ranges furn&bed. Also roofs, leaders, etc., made and repaired. ri . JL : · For Sale One Upright Boiler and Smokestack. ONE VERTICAL FIVE HORSE POWER ENGINE, : * I Belting, Shafting «—and Piping. Seven Compositors' Stands and Frames; Fifty-Six Cases, a News paper Dress of Brevier and Nonpareil Type. ALL IN GOOD ORDER. Also, a good assortment of Job Fonts This is a rare oppor tunity for a Weekly or Country Ν ewspaper to secure a good outfit at moderate cost. Address, * The Jersey City News Co., HO. 80 MONTGOMERY ST., JERSEY CITY. CONFECTIONER Y. STONE) HOME-MADE CANDIES Always FresL Pure Candies a Specialty. 75 Montgomery Street. Large reduction to Schools and Fairs. WILFRED G. LAWRENCE, MANUFACTURING AND WHOLESALE Confectioner, No. 291 First Street, JUNCTION NEWARK AVENUE. Dealer in New and Second-Hand Show Cases, Glass Jars, Scales,.etc. PLUMBERS. M. A. SHANAHAN, Practicai. Plumber, Sanitary Work a Specialty. 515 Grove Street, Jersey City. All orders promptly attended to. Try *1.50 and 92.00 Ladle*' and Gents Shoes, in all styles, as good as sold elsewhere for $8.00 and #3.00, ALL GOODS WARRANTED. ID. Sullitran, MONTGOMERY STREXFT, near cor. Washington, 2l> NEWARK AVENUE, and 228 NEWARK AVENUE, cor. Coles Street. CASH OR CREDIT. * * > * ** * * » HOUSEKEEPERS ATTENTION! >QOOO O OOOOOOOOOOOOQQS050000 » » * ■SÎaêTo e ο ο o~ëο ο ο ό£ FURNITURE, CARPETS, cο ο g 0000000000000000000000° 00 οοοοοοροοοο ρο δ ο ο a. Oil-Cloths, Mattings, Bedding, Stoves, Ranges, Clocks, Crockery, Glassware) REFRIGERATORS, BABY CARRIAGES, Etc., Etc., Etc. ΙΨΗΙΙ be sold for the next 30 DAYS at per cent, legs than present prices, in order to make room far SPRIJYG STOCK. Ml goods are sold on strictly Cash Basis. Special Terms of Credit will be given to all parties who may desire it, without extra charge. » ****** *~» MULLINS & CO. 4 121,123 AND 125 NEWARK AVENUE, J. C. The Horse Cars from Hoboken, Erie Railway and Pennsylvania Depots pass our door. Changed Hands, The undersigned begs leave to Inform his many friends and patrons that he has assumed charge of the above well known Qoopers* Hi all, —with— BALL, LODGE AND DRILL ROOMS ATTACHED. The Best of all kinds of Refreshments. NOW READY FOR EN GAGEMENTS. A. A. NEWMANN. PETER T. DONNELLY, PRACTICAL PLUMBER AND GAS FITTER. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. 288 Washington Street, J. C. Estimates Furnished. All Work Guaranteed Wm. Peter's Lager Beer. . ·». Palisade Brewary< ONION HILL. N. J. H Alii DRESSING. &. SU3R.3S CTJ3&KT Hammel's Hair Balsam, THE EXTRACT OF SAGE. Is a sure cure for Dandruff and Scurf — a sure pre ventative against the Falling and Turning of the Hair. Sure Cure for Baldness ! and the Finest Hair Dressing In the market. SOLD AT J. HAMMEL'S, 15 Exchange Place (Taylor's Hotel). Mme. Libaire Importer, Designer and Manufacturer of all kinds of Human Hair Goods. LADIES' HAIE DRESSING, SHAMPOOING AND HAIR CUTTING, HAIR JEWELRY MADE TO ORDER. 399 GROVE ST, AND 19S THIRD ST., U Wigs for Masquerades* COSTUMES, MASKS AND WIGS JWm AT Mme. GLliNmNNJÙS, j 83 Montgomery Street, Opkte tills Office y GROCERIES, ETC. TAYLOR'S MILK AND CREAli 493 Grove Street. (Dairy Farm, Florida, Orange County, Ν. Y.) Dairy Milk, from Spring Valley, Ν. Y.. received every day by express at C P. M. MAPLE RIDGE DAIRY. (A. E. SLOCKBOWER) Headquarters for PURE ORANGE COUNTY MILK AND CREAM, Fine Creamery Butter, Fresh Country Eggs, Etc., 236 WARREN ST., J. C. JOHN DUST, —Dealer In— Beef, Veal, Mutton» LAMB AND PORK, POULTRY, VEGETABLES, ETC. 263 Grand St., near Grove. R. H. WEAVER, MANUFACTURER OF AWNINGS, •Ξ· F" LAGS tH of all nationalities. Horse, Truck and Wagon Covers. DANCING CRASH FOR HIRE. 26 and 28 Gregory Street, J. C. WM.'H. MILLER, KlorisT, LATB OP THE JERSEY^ CITY FLORAL DEPOT, 335 Barrow street, near Newark Avenue. ARTISTIC FLORAL DESIGNS. Handsome Funeral Work a specialty. All kinds ot seeds and plants. The choicest of Flowers at mod erate prices. Fresh Flowers dally. Hudson common* pleas court.-franciso. Meehan vs. William Burke. On Docketed Judgment. Fi. Fa., Ac. Returnable April Term, 1889. Bowen and Deuntn, Attorneys. By virtue of the above stated writ to me directed and delivered, I have levied upon and shall sell by public vendue at F. G. Wolbert's Real Estate and Auction Rooms, 47 Montgomery Street, Jersey City, on THURSDAY, the Twenty-first day of March next, at two o'clock In the afternoon, all the right, tlcle and estate of the above named defendant, William Burke, in and to all the following described land and premises, with the apurtenauces, that 1» to SBIil that certain lot, piece or parcel of land, situate, lying and being in Jersey City, in the County of Hudson and State of New Jersey, being known and designated as lot numbered fifteen (15), in block numbered one hundred and sixteen (116), and colored green on a certain map on file iu the office of the Register of the County of Hudson, showing the par tition of the land at Pavoniu. in said Jersey City, among the heirs of John B. Coles, deceased, said lot being bounded and described as follows:— Beginning at a point on the northerly side of Fif teenth street, disiunt one hundred and, twenty-five feet easterly from the northeasterly coitaer of Heu derson street and said Fifteenth street; thence run ning northerly and parallel with Henderson street one hundred feet; thence easterly and parallel with Fifteenth street twenty-five feçt; thence southerly and parallel with Henderson street one hundred feet to the northerly line of Fifteenth street: thence westerly along the said northerly line of Fifteenth . street twenty-live feet to the point or place of begin. Ding. Dhted February ftb, 1889. ROBERT DAVIS, Sheriff. - îrtfiw'·' ιϊπΙιΜμΓ λ ι ·, ; -