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A SERVANT TN Α Ή A TOKXJC FAMILY FATALLY BUJINEJ). A Laborer Killed by a Locomotive—1Tli€ News of. a Day in liay«nue—An Inter esting Concert by the Ileethoven Tocal Quartette—Society Events. A female domestic employed by George W. Van Tine, No. 12 East Thirty-third street, Rayonne, vas fatally burned early this morning. She was engaged in making a fire in the furnace of the dwelling, when the strong draught drew her skirts to ward the blaze in the grate. Tlit next moment her clothing was all aflame. Her screams aroused Mr. Van Tine's family, but before assistance could be given her, the blaze consumed liei clothing. At latest reports slio \ras still alive and the Bayonne police had not obtained her name. The Beethoven Quartette Concert. The Beethoven Vocal Quartette, comprising Miss Harriet W. Ameniwn, soprano; Miss Cora Green, alto: David 1). Crispin, tenor, and Charles E. Goldbeck, basso and organist, gave an excellent vocal and instrumental concert last evening in the First Reformed Church oi Bayonne, Miss Amen nan and Mr. Col_ beck opened the programme witli Handel's "Largo," as an organ and piano duet. The quartette sang Gar ret's part song, "Oh, My Love's Like a Red, Red Rose," Pinsuti's part song, "Spring Song·," and Abt's port song, "Woodbird." Miss Amer man rendered Becker's sglo, "Spring Tide," and performed the overture tc "Martha" on the piano. With Mr. Crispin she sang Parry's duet, "A, B, C." Moir's "Best of All," and "'Tie but a Little Faded Flower'' were sung by Mr. Crispin. Mr. Colbeck rendered Mozart's Sixtli Sonata and Handel's "Harmonious Blacksmith" on the organ, and closed the programme with a fantasia ol popular àirs. The audience numbered about three hundred lovers of good music. RAYONNE NOTES. Social Nevrs, and tlie Interesting Hap penings of a Day. Misses Sarah and Annie Schuyler, of ' Avenue A, Bergen Point, are the guests of Dr. anil Mrs. Nicholas Mur ray Butler, of New York city. Major J. M. Taylor lifts moved liis family into the handsome large villa on Avenue D, Bergen Point, formerly occupied by the family of Elijah R. Craft. Schpbl Trustee Edward Smith can have, if he wants it, the Democratic nomination from the Third Ward. The raemhçs of the Pain raj ι ο Ath letic Club are making preparations for giving a minstrel entertainment in their clubhouse. At the forthcoming Democratic primary in the Fourth Ward the Young Men's Democratic Club will support Liquor Dealear Patrick Nugent for the School Trusteeship nomination. The Bayonne Citizens' League held another star-chamber conclave last evening in Magner's Hall at Centre ville. Constable Thomas Whalen, an effi cient member of the Court House con tingent·, has been endorsed by the Young Men's Democratic Club of the Fourth Ward for a renomination. Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Hopper, of Avenue E, this city, have returned home from a visit to kinsfolk in Washington, D. C. Miss Minnie Lawrence, of Yonkers, Ν. Y., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Barton, of Avenue D, Ber gen Point. "Every Day Life in State Prison" was the subject of an interesting lecture delivered last evening in the clubhouse of the Pamrapo Athletic Club, by Prof. Thomas' Elgar, of Point Chautauqua, Ν. Y. An old shed standing on the Newark Bay shore, at the foot of West Twen ty-third street, and containing $150 worth of nets belonging to Amos Har rison, a Centreville shad fisherman, was burned to the ground last night. The origin of the fire is unknown, and the gossips of the section ascribe it to incendiaries. The entire loss is esti mated at $300. Among: the Young Christians. The lust· entertainment of the Y. M. C. A. winter course will be held at the Sec ond Presbyterian Church this evening. The New York University Glee Club, who will entertain this evening's audience, is highly spoken of by the New York press, and the indications are that the entertain ment will be one of the most enjoyable of the course. Secretary Lucas, of the Y. M. C. Α., left this morning for Bridgeton, N. J., to attend the State Convention. The regular meeting of th% Y. M. C. A. Literary Society will be held in the parlor in the Y. M. C. A. rooms tomorrow even ing. Professor Clark will lead the next Sun day afternoon meeting in the Y. if. C. A. Tmrlm· Arab» for Barnuiu's. The Red Star steamship, Penland, arrived at her pier in this city y ester day morning, with twenty Arabs on board, for Barnuin's circus. The Ori ental» were dressed in the garb of their native desert and attracted much at tention. They were met on the wharf by an agent oi Mr. JBarnum, and taken to New Yorlc. In addition to these the Penland brought over 30 cabin and 500 sterage passengers. Menhehner'e High Hat Brigade. Arrangements have been completed for the Mersheitner's High Hat Bri gade Social Session, to take place at Meyer's Hotel, on the Heights, Satur day evening. The affair promises to be a great success. Among the prom inent singers who will help to enter tain the guests are Mr. Dan Quinn, Eddie Gorman and his quartette, and Mr. George Heck. Mine Host Meyer is making elaborate preparations for the reception. A Live and Fearless Newspaper. The Jersey Cftv News seems aware of tht? fact that there is need in Hudson county of a live and fearless newspaper-. At. any rate it does not remain silent, when fraud is to be con demned.—Canulen Iktily Telegraph. An Olv Nursb fur Childiuk.-- Don't fail to procure' 1'IiS. WIXSLOW'S SOOTHING SYHUI' for children teething. No mother who has ever tried it will 'consent to let her child pass through tliis critical period without the aid of this invalu able preparation. Gives rest fo the mother and reliet and health to the child. Cures wind colic, diarrhœa, and regelates the bowels. "Seventy five cents a bottle. THE COUNTY DIVIDE. Continued from first paye. our protests. Wo don't want to Interfere with Sheriff Davis. Det him obtain his fees from Jersey City. We can set up for ourselves. ,Jind gx'L.on by, ourselves. To est i maiethe tUid of gxMVaKàftce'We have to sulimit to, just look at the bridge to be built, by the Free holders over the Passaic River at a cost of $200,000. Before it is through with, it will cost half a million, and when it is built, it is of no benefit to any one on this side of the river except the Clark Thread Mills. Jersey City has more power than we, but this will be taken as a protest and cause her citizens to look out. The Board of freeholders and Board of Works are in dicted, but they move the wheels of the courts and every avenue to justice. Does it not strike you a.s wrong that every ap proach to justice should be in the hands of the people who dominate over us, so that we have no chance? Let us sever all con nection. Let us get clear away from Jersey City." NORTH BERGEN HEARD FROM. Charles Pinnell, chairman of the North Bergen Council, was the next speaker. He went into figures bv which he attempted to prove thai Hoboken and North Hudson paid the expenses of the entire county. Ex-Director of the Board of Freeholders Shinzel was noticed in the audience» by the chairman, and was called upon for enlightenment. He refused to mount the platform. Colonel E. A. Stevens arose amid cheers, and made a few remarks. He said that he had read Fagan's bill and considered that it needed several amendments. He was in doubt whether the bill in its pres ent shape would pass. Julius Schlatter, president of the Hobo ken Innkeepers' Protective Association, said: "X have watched the proceeding of the county and the management of the city of Hoboken. Since we have been connected with Jersey City weliave been in a state of chaos. The northern part of this county has absolutely 110 voice in the management of county aifairs. The city of Hoboken is liable for bonds issued by the county, and we want some return for the money we have expended. From Hoboken to Gut teuberg vVe have a water front far more valuable than that of Jersey City. But that city gets a proportion of the benefit nf it. " He went on to say that the northern side of the county had less pauperism and crime than Jersey City, and that the county institutions were not used in the proportion in which they were paid for. "The railroads will work against us," he went on, "because they have not been mulcted in their fair proportion of the county taxes." Counsellor \V. S. Stuhr was introduced as a gentleman who was so honest that he resigned a lucrative position in the Board of Freeholders because he had no chance to earn his salary. In a brief address h.e remarked that all Hoboken desired was lair representation. He was convinced that that could not bo obtained and that the only alternative was separation. He said that Ilobolcen's share of the county tax was $158,000, which at five per cent, represented a capital of #3,000,000. It would not cost anywhere near that sum to build county institutions and run the government Mr. Brice, of West Hoboken, nearly wept when he described the ill-usage to which Hoboken had been subjected at the hands of her sister city. He exhorted the taxpayers to put. aside party and to stand together in their grand endeavor aud they would assuredly pass the separation bill through with liymg colors. MAYOR RUH KICKS. Mayor Ruh, of Union Hill, was noticed in the crowd aud invited to sj>eak. He mounted the platform with a jaunty air, and started in to considerably startle his auditors. He said:—"I am much in doubt as to whether Assemblyman Fagan's bill will be adopted in its present form. North Hudson will not help to push it forward unless some notice is taken of our claims. All the county institutions, it appiyirs. axe to be in Iloboken, and North Hudson gets nothing. It is all very well to get our support under promises, but after a time North Hudson will be in just the same po sition as Hoboken is at the present time with regard to Jersey City. No repre sentation and no voice in county affairs. That bill must be altered or it does not go." Mr. Rabe rose excitedly and moved that a committee of live from each ward in Hoboken be appointed to. confer with a committee representing North Hudson, for the purpose of making an amendment to the original bill. The chairman wished to be allowed until today to make the appointments. JOHN EEID'S BOMBSHELL. He Opposes the Division .Scheme on the Ground of ItH Extravagance. School Trustee John Reid was next called on the platform. He started in by saying:—"I am not in favor of the division of Hudson county becauge too much money hu« been spent already, and we have far 100 much at stake to risk it by severing our connection. The best thing to do is to attempt to reform the present abuses, and I am certain we can succeed if we show the Jersey City politi cians that we are in earnest and not to be trifled with. If we make a strong kick we will gain our point. The very men who are agitating for a new county are the very same men who have placed the noose around our necks. I am not in favor of letting go our grip upon^he county, and if we select men we can rely on to repre sent us we shall come out ahead, and obtain our proper share of representation. "Go 111 and flght the ring, and let us stand by our rights. You will remember that a country road was proposed and voted for by a large majority ot Huboken taxpayers. If I had said a word against it to any of you present, you would have abused me. I ask you now, of what earthly use is that road to us ? Yet it has to be paid for and you were in favor it. With regard to political pickings you might just as well pay the Sheriff's and Surrogate's fees in Jersey City as in #Hoboken. They have to be paid. Your cry of extravagance and criminal negligence on the part of those who are in charge of county funds is all nonsense. We send men whom we sup pose to be honest to represent us iu the County Boards, but wben they have been there a few weeks they are as deeply In volved in ring crookedness as the Je'rsey City men." When Mr. Reid concluded his remarks he was heartily cheered. The vice-presi dents 011 the platform were entirely dis concerted. · Mr. Schlatter hurtedly proposed a reso lution approving the action of Assembly man Fagan, which was carried amid much uproar. Ex-Senator Rabe and Counsellor Stuhr were very excited and tried to reply to Mr. Reid, but the row was so great that they coula not be heard. Hoboken Chit Cliut. A meeting of tlie Directors of the Y. M. C. A. was held last night. The reports of the various committees were read. No business of importance was transacted. The -members of Engine Company No. 1 met last, night to arrange for the funeral of their deceased member, Paul Cabodil, and nominate two members to act as pall be arers. The H'iboken Widows' and Orphans' Ftmd willmeet at Hook and Ladder Com pany No. Ι ,ί tomorrow night, when busi ness of importance will be transacted. The Thomas Blackburn Association have established offices at No. 85 Clinton street. The Irish dinner, to lie held at Naegeli's Hotel on Monday evening, will surpass anything given by the same body in Ho bofcen before. •Judge Nelson married Virgo Hoyler and Miss Julia Petersen at his office on Wed nesday evening. Miss Petersen is a re markably pretty blOmle. Air. Emil Bluhm lute arranged a grand ball to take place ai Bolinert's Hall on Monday evening. ι 80ΜΕΤΗΓΝΌ NKW IX CAIIPETS. "If there le nothing new under the sun" there eel tainly Is "under the feet/' ut least no say John an James Dobson, the well-known Carpet monufactui ere, and they ought to know. This season's produi tlons are «o large and varied that the firm abov mentioned hare been compelled to devote anothe floor of their Immense establishment to the demand of their growluetaslivwh 1υ1 aJU, Th« moNct*trttoliifJ<hoTfcWy shown this sprngi Is chinchilla carpeting,an especially heavy weave,wit a long, soft pile. For every design a bordering i shown to match. Some Turkish designs in dull ric j tint « and Indian patterns In metallic blues, are pat ! tieularly handsome. In Moquettes and Wilton j there is a variety <>f entirely new patterns, and th I coloring is notably artistic. The same attraction j pervade every line of Carpets, lie they high cost ο ; medium priced; indeed, the line of medium cos I goods seeing particularly desirable just now as th ; quantity is so large and varied. And then rugs, mal ι tings, oil cloths, mats and other kinds of floor covet iuue, can aleo be obtained just as well from this firm I whose large «tore at Nos. 40 and 42 West Fourteentl ; street, New York, is so convenient of access to al ί out of town shoppers. ♦*» ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS ST. PATRICK'S DAY. Procession and Lino of March of The Aueient Oi der of Hibernians, of Hudson county, Monday March 18,188»:— The procession will move at 12 m. sharp In the fol lowlug order:—Police escort, Grand Marshal am aides. First Section—Hibernian Rifles, Company A, Car tain Thomas Graham; Company B, Captain Patrlcl Devine, with Prof. McGrath's Sllhtary Baud: Mai shal Keron Murray; Div. No. 1, Marshal John Flaviu Aide, James Daley. Second Section—Div. No. 2, with St. Mary's Cadeti of Hoboken; Marshal, James Dillon: Aide, Jame Wren». Div. No. 3, Marshal, Laurence Sutton; Aide James Moore. Third Section—Div. No. 4, with Weber's Corne Band; Marshal, James W. Burke; Aide, John CorrI gan. Div.No. 5, Marshal, Thomas Crane. Div. No t>, Marshal, Edward Luby. Fourth Section—Div. No. 7, with Van Houtei Post Fife and Drum Corps: Marshal, James McKer uau; Aide, Daniel C. Hawkes. Div. No. 8, and Mar shal, John Sheehan. Fifth Section—Div. No. 9, with Liberty Corne .Band, of South Amboy; Matshal, John guirk; Aide Daniel Regan. Sixth Sectiok—Div. No. 11, with Dwyer*s Baud Marshal, James Fitzpatrlek; Aide, Thomas Fury Div. No. IS, with McCarthy's Fife and Drum Corp? of New York: Marshal. R. J. Murphy; Aide, Patrlcl Mouahan. Div. No. 14, Marshal, Patrick Brady. Div No. 15, Marshal, James Flannigan; Aide, Thoma Egan. Seventh Section.—Div. No. 17, with Bayne's 69ti Regiment Baud. Marshal, Patrick Dillon. Aidi Charles McGee. The following gentlemen have been elected spec lal aides to the Grand Marshal and will be respecte* accordingly Bernard Farrell, Owen McNally, Wfl liam Travers, John O'Briey, John Meauy. Michae Farrell, John Tierney. Assemble at St. John's Hall at 10.30, a. m. Righ will rest on Grand street : from Grand to Warren, t< Essex, to Washington, to Montgomery, to Newarl avenue, to Henderson street, to Pavouia avenue, tc East Hamilton Place, to Ninth, down Ninth to Grove to Fifteenth street, down Fifteenth to Henderson Into Newark street, Hoboken, te» Washington street to Fifth street, to Willow avenue, to Firstfetreet, t< Monroe street,· to Hoboken avenue, to Five.Corners Summit avenue to Sipp avenue, to Bergen avenue, U Mouticello avenue, to Bramhall avenue, to Grant street, to Jersey avenue, to Hamilton Square, then to l»e reviewed oy the Grand Marshal ana Aides. All Special Aides aie requested to report to th< Grand Marshal at No. 344 Second street, at 10 a. m. sharp, on morning of the parade. OWEN CARROLL, Grand Marshal. WILLIAM BARRY, First Aide. THOMAS LENAHAN. Second Aide. MEN'S $3.00 SHOES. Our S3.00 Calf Shoes for IVler lead, the -world. We carry ar Immense stoelc of them In al widths and sizes. We havt them In Button, Congress and Lace. Waukenphast or régulai lai»t. Plain Toe, Tipped or Com· mon sense. Try them. Every pair "war ranted. F. H. Tasker. Ninety-six Montgomery Street, Below Warren St., Jersey City, N. J Φ— 3FO3R.— Φ Pure Wines and Liquors CALL AT LEWIS FISCHER'S, 109 Newark Ave., Wholesale Liquor Dealer Monogram Whiskey; Full Quarts, One Dollar per Bottle James S. Euwin. John L. Kellei ERWIN & KELLEE, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law COE. MONTGOMERY AND WASHINGTON STS., JERSEY CITY. Weldon Building, Rooms G9, 70 and 71 R. H. WEAVER, MANUFACTURER OP ΕΞΞ FLAGS ΞΞ of all nationalities. Horse, Truck and Wagon Covers, DANCING CRASH FOR HIRE. 26 and 28 Gregory Street, J. C, mrsTj. habert 436 Grove Street, J. G. New and Second Hand FURNITURE SILVERWARE, STOVES AND RANGES SOLD AND REPAIRED. BRICKS AND GRATES FURNISHED AT _SHORTEST NOTICE. HIGHEST rlllCE PAID! OLD BOOKS MAGAZINES UNO LIBRARIES BOUGHT! 3. Scarboro, 94 Montgomery St., J. Ç. New book» supplied at a liberal discount from pur chasers' price?. Call or send for bargain .«ataloffiuj of «ϋ pages; tree to ail ou application. DETEÛTÏVES ΛΥ anted in erery county. Shrr-,vd men to act undei instructions iu our eoeret per», ice. Experience nol necessary.. The International Detective, the oiHcia fa per of theBuieau,contHin9 exact likenesses of crlm· rials wanted, and for Whoie capture large rewardi areoi»reU. .Send 2c. atauip for particular». Address Sranwn Det«ctlv« Bur«auOa.4*Arcade.Cinclnnstl,0 BARGAINS! BARGAINS! I Comfortable House on Stuyvesant Avenue, 7 rooms and cellar, Only $1,500. β kJÉOO I Good House on Crawford Street, three apartipents, 4 rooms in each, in good order. Rare enunee for a man that wants to rent ont two floors and • occupy one. Rente for $21 per month. $2,300. House 111 Broadway, Marion, opposite the new Elec tric Company's works. PHce, $1,300. I am now building SIX HOUSES on the north side of Seventh Street,west of Brunswick: size of lot, lfixS by loi» ; house 10x3 by fiO; three stories high with cellar • 5 rooms on each two upper floors, 4 rooms on lower floor, to be all finished in the bent possible manner. ■ These will be the biggest bargains ever offered in I Jersey Citv for an fjivestmeçt or ocenpaney, as you . can rent, if you wish, two good floors and live in one yourself. This property will rapidly increase in value: jPrice, Only $3,500 Each. Ready for inspection March 80. LOTS! LOTS! LOTS! GREAT BARGAINS! I have 10 lots left on Manning avenue, half block from Grand street care; about 20 minutes' walk from the ferry; good solid ground, and a great many good houses going up in the vicinity : Only #650 Bach. ; Worth SI,OOO. Also, Lots on Fairmount Ave., Jersey City Heights, 20 feet wide by 107 feet deep; country and city com bined ; good solid, dry ground ; very healthy : horse ears pass Fairmount Ave. and near the Montgomery Street cars. $450 Each. Will be worth double shortly. Easy terms for any of the above property, If you wish it. For any information In regard to any of the above 1 properties, Inquire of the owner, D. E. CLEARY, Eleventh and Grove Streets. CORPORA TIONJS'OTICES TyOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Scaled proposals will be received by the Board of Public works on Monday morning, March 11, 188U, at 10 o'clock, for the Improvement of TERRACE AVENUE, from the northerly side of RESERVE AVENUE to the southerly Kkle of LINCOLN STREET, in accordance with plans and suecifleatlons on file in the office of the Chief Engineer, corner Jersey avenue and Mercer street, where blank forms of bid and agreement of surety must be obtained. Estimate of quantities · About yards of earth excavation. Abont SO cubic yards of rock excavation. About 1,(KX> cubic yards of earth tilling. About 180 cubic yards of sand or gravel filling. About 225 square feet new bridge .stone. About 7,850 square feet new flagging. About 900 lineal feet of 12-inch vitrified pipe. Time for completion of contract, forty (40) working making of the above improvement and award of the contract therefor will i>e subject to the re monstrance of the owners of the property liable to more than one-half of the assessment therefor. Proposals must be enclosed in sealed envelopes, endorsed " Proposals for the improvement of Ter race avenue," directed to the Board of Public Works and handed to the Clerk of the Board In open meet ing, when called for in the order of business relating to sealed proposals. No city official will be received as surety. By order of the Board of Public Works. MARTIN FINCK, Clerk. Dated Jersey City, Feb. 2% 1889. Ν OTICE TO CONTRARCTOS. Sealed proposals will bo reeeivod by the Board of Public Works on Monday morning, March 11th, 1889, at 10 o'clock, for the IMPROVEMENT OF SUMMIT AVENUE, between South street and Paterson avenue, in ac cordance wllh plans and specifications on file In the oflice of the Chief Engineer, corner of Jersey avenue and Mercer street, where blank forms of bid and agreement of surety must be obtained. Estimate of quantities : About 6.8U0 cubic yards of earth excavation. About 8,800 cubic yards of sand on gravel filling. About »,»*) square yards of stone paving. About 5.5U0 liueal feet new curb stone. About 4,11)0 square feet new bridge stone. About SO square yards re-paving. About 1D0 lineal feet re-set curb stone. About square feefcre-lnld bridge atone. About «X) lineal feet cribbing. Time for completion of contract, one hundred and twenty (14·) working days. The making of the above improvement and award of the contract tlievefor will be subject to the re monstrance of the owners of the property liable to more than one-half of the assessment therefor. Proposals must be enclosed in sealed envelopes, endorsed "Proposal for improvement of Summit avenue, between South street and Paterson avenue," directed to the board of Public Works, and handed to the Clerk of the Bojird iti open meeting, when called for in the order of business relating to sealed proposals. No city official will be received as surety. By order of the Board of Public Works. MARTIN FINCK, Clerk. Dated Jersey City, N. J., Feb. 25, 188b. OTÎCË TO CONTRACTORS. Nc Sealed proposals will be received by the Board of Public Works on Monday morning, March 11th, 1889, at 10 o'clock, for the construction of a SEWER IN HOOKER AVENUE, from a point 50 feet east of Ocean avenue to and connecting with the sewer in Avenue E, in accord ance with plans and specifications on file in the office of the Chief Engineer, corner Jersey avenue and Mercer street, where blank forms of bid and agreement of surety must be obtained. Estimate of quantities: About 1,280 IineaL feet of 15-inch vitrified pipe sewer. About 8 new receiving basins. About 80 cubic yards concrete. About 700 cubic yards of rock excavation. Time for completion of contract, one hundred and twenty-five (126) working days. The making of the above improvement and award of the contract therefor will be subject to the remon strance of the owners of the property liable to more than one-half of the assessment therefor. Proposals must be enclosed in sealed envelopes, endorsed " Proposals for constructing sewer in Hooker avenue," directed to the Board of Publi Works and handed to the Clerk of the Board in open meeting, when called for in the order of business relating to sealed proposals. No city official will be received as surety. By order of the Board of Public Works. MARTIN FINCK, Clerk. Dated Jersey City, Feb. 25. ISH'J. Corporation roi ice. Notice is hereby given that on the 20th day of August, 1S88. application was made to the Board of Public Works i>y H. Newman and others for the IMPROVEMENT OF ZAHRISKIE STREET, from Nelson avenue to Western avenue, in the fol lowing manner, including all intersections To have the street for the full width thereof graded to the established grade by excavating or till ing to thé established grade; to have new 20 inch curb set on each side; to have new Hugging, 4 feet wide, laid on each side; to have the carnage way paved with Belgian block pavement; to have oridge stone crosswalks laid where necessary, and do all other work that may be necessary to provide for the flow of surface water and complete the improvement in a good and substantial manner. Notice Is also given that on the 28th day of January, 38^S, the Commissioners of Aseessments filed with the Board of Public Works their preliminary sketch, showing what property will probably be assessed, and the probable amount of benefit to each lot or parcel of laud, also the probable amount of assess ment per foot of frontage for tlie said improvement, and the same is now open to public inspection in the office of the Clerk of the Board of Public Works. And notice is also given that the following street in said assessment, namely : ZA0H1SHIB STItEET, from Nelson Avenue, to western Avenue : • COLUMBIA AVENUE, from a point 275 feet north of Zabriskie Street to a Zabriskie Street. GERMANIA AVENUE, from a point 2lS feet north of Zabriskie Street to a point 100 feet south of Zabriskie Street. TERRACE AVENUE. from a point 803 feet north of Zabriskie Street to a point 218 feet south of Zabriskie Street. WESTERN AVENUE, from a point 245 feet north of Zabriakle Street to a point 243 feet south of Zabriskie Street. Ami that the 11th day of Mareh, )889, at 10 o'clock, A. M., and the meeting room of the Board of Public Works, are hereby fixed as the time and place when and where the Board of Public Works will meet to hear parties interested in said application, and all remonstrances against the said» improvement that may be presented in writing. By order of the Board of Publie Works. MARTIN F1NCK, Clerk. Dated Jersey City, Feb. 2v>, 1S88. ^ 10RP0RATI0N NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that on the 28th day of Jan mirv. 1SS9, the Commissioners of Assessment* and the*Chief Engineer filed in the oftice of the Clerk of the Board of Public Works their map and report for the CHANGE OF GRADE OP MONTGOMERY STREET, from Bergen Avenue to West Side Avenue. Attcl that the 11th day of March, 1881». at 10 o'clock a. in., and the meeting room of the Board of Public Works, are hereby fixed u* the time fcnd place when and where the Board of Public Works will meet to hear and consider any objections to said report or to the Improvement that may bo presented In writing. By order of the Board of Public Works. .· - MARTIN FINCK, Clerk. ^DatedJer^yClt^^^uaiTl^l3^^^^^^^^ Ï X> WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: JBe it known that I, John O'Reilly, am engaged in the manufacture of aud sale of inlnera! waters and other beverages, in the city of Jersey City, County of Hudson aud State of New Jersey, and having to use and using bottles and syphons in my said busi ness, in which my said mineral waters and other beverages are- put up for sale, aud in accordance with the statute in such ease made and provided, 1 do hereby certify that my bottles and syphons are made of glass, having impressed upon the surface of such bottles the name, letters, figures and words, to wit: Excelsior Bottling Works, «yi> <ft «ill Newark avc.. Jersey City (monogram), Ε. B. W., and this bottle uot to be sold; syphons, with the words John O'Reilly, Jersey City, trade mark registered, and the form of a harp etched on the glass. Witness my hand this 20th day of February, in the year oi our Lord one thousand elf ht h and red aud eighty*!»* JOHN O'REILLY. * Public Notice. REPORT No. 33 OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF ADJUSTMENT. XTOTICîS IS HEREBY OTVF.N THAT THE COMMIS 1™ rJi<l>»htJvw4itr-iD ana for-tfie city of Jersey City, a ppol η ted by the Circuit Court of the county of Hudâon, tinder ami by virtue of the pro vision* or Chapter CXII. of the Laws of ism;, enti tled "Au Act concerning the settlement and collec tion of arrearages of unpaid taxes, assessments and water rates or water rent»: in cities of this State, and imposing and levying u tax assessment aud lieu in Jk-n and Instead of such Mtteturuge*, and to enforce the payment thereof, and to provide for the sale of lands subjected to future taxation and assessment," passed March :i», 1SH8, have made, certified and filed a report of their proceedings, relating to and affect ing delinquent laud, described as follows, to wit: Block 285, lot A, Erie street. Block 285, lot B. Erie street. Block 9*5, lot· F, Ninth street. Block 514, lot B, Brainhall avenue. Block 280-282, lots .'X. 4<i, West Side avenue. Block 785, part of lots 21, 22, Congress street. Block 788, k»ts 47, 48, 49. So, Webster avenue. Block 785, lots 45, 46, W ebster avenue. Block 1,007, plot 6, Morris caual. Block 228, Ιοί 17, Grove street. Block 228, lots 18,19, Grove street. Block 22S, lots 9,10,11,12, Twentieth street. Block 228, lots 18,14,15,16, Twentieth street. Block 1,917, plot 2, Morris canal. Block 290, lot 2, Erie street. Block 524, lot 1, Pavoula avenue. Block 782, lot 2Ô9, Hancock avenue. Block 732, lot 210 Hancock avenue. Block f)I8, lot 2*', Kkilhnau avenue. Block 400, lots 3, 4, and part of O, Pine street. Block 284, part of lots 6, 7 and 8, Fairmount avenue. Block 734, lot 58, Manhartan avenue. Block 893, lots 11 to 11, Durham avenue. Block 201, lots Κ and L, Pavonia avenue. Block 1,4/1, lots 1 and 2, Ocean avenue. Block 1,272, lot 22, Danforth avenue. *'.· 'V. >UV| <uv IW, «J/H V V» ivra WU W W9) «en York aveuue and South street. Block 1Γ1, lot R, Bay street. Block 526, lot 22, Newark avenue. H look 356, lot 29, Ninth street. Block 329, lot 2 and part of 3, Duncan avenue. Block 565, lot 27, Laid law avenue. Block 525, lots 4 and 3, Newark avenue. Block 631, lots 13 and 14, Arlington avenue. Block 975, parts of lots 1 and lu. yuincy street, Block 1,512, plot D, Morris Canal, Centrai Railroad of New Jersey and New York Bay. Block 1,458, lot Dl, Ocean avenue. Block 1,353, lot D2, Ocean avenue. Block 1,353, lot D3, Warner street. Block 1,353, lot Dl, Wade street. Block 62, lots 7, 8,9, 50 to 52, Harrison avenue. Block Ml, lots 1, 2, 3, 3W and 4, Bergen avenue. Block 660, lots 36 to 46. Orient avenue. Block 302, Grand street. Block 703, lots 13,14 and part of 12, Laidlaw avenue. Block 24, lots 21 and 22, West Side avenue. Block 515, parts of lots 30,31,32 and 33, Monticello avenue. Block 2S3, lots 2 and 90, Bergen and Monticello ave nues. Block 303, Grand street. Block 060, lots 5 to 32, Orient avenue. Block 660, lots 33, 34 and 35, Orient avenue. Block 706, lots 36 to 56, Orient avenue. Block ilh>, lots 24 to 33, Orient avenue. Block 131, lots 1 to 11 and 1Γ to 27, Wayne street and Academy street. Block 817, lot 439, Bleeeker street. Block 490,lot 1, Coinmunipaw avenue. Block 490, lot 3, Commtiulpaw avenue. Block 706, parts of lots 16 and 17, Waverly street. Block 661, lot 44, Ege avenue. Block 490, lot 4, Communipaw avenue. Block 698, lota 12 and 3, Garfield avenue. Block 693, lots 4 and 5, Randolph avenue. Block 698, lota 10-11, Garfield avenue. Block 750, lots 135 to 138, Ogden avenue. Block 750, lots 57 to 60, Mountain road. Blocks 704 and 711, ftlots 3 and 2, Palisade avenue. Block 699, lot 3, Arlington avenue. Block 699, lot 12, Randolph avenue. Block 589, lots 12,13, ll.Newark avenue and Cottage street. And the said Court has fixed Saturday, the twenty third day of March, eighteen hundred and eighty - nine, at the Court House, in the city of Jersey City, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, as the time and place for hearing any objections that may be made to the assessments, charges and liens fixed aud certified by the Commissioners of Adjustment, in said report, when and where all parties interested therein may be heard. Dated Jep.seγ City, N. J., March 9, 1889. dennis Mclaughlin, Clerk of the Circuit Court of the County of Hudson. SHERIFF'S SALE. SHERIFF'S SALE-IN CHANCERY OF NEW Ο JERSEY. Between Garret E. Winants, complainant, and William C. Traphagen and Caroline R., his wife, et als., defendants. Fi. fa., for sale of mortgaged.premises. Returnable May Term. 1889. Luther S. Elmer, Solicitor. By virtue of the above stated writ to me directed and delivered, I shall sell by public vendue at F. G. Wolbert's Real Estate and Auction Rooms, No. 47 Montgomery Street, Jersey City, ou THURSDAY, THE ELEVENTH DAY OF APRIL, A.D.. 1889, at two o'clock in the afternoon, all the following described land and premises with the appurtenances, being the same described In said writ, tnat is to say : All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land and premises, together with the four-story brick house thereon erected, situate, lying and being in Jersey City. Hudson County, State of New Jersey, and which, on a map of Jersey City made by R. C. Bacot> Civil Engineer and Surveyor, A.D., 1861, is known and designated as parts of lots twenty-eight (28) and twenty-nine ( 29 ), block two hundred and seventeen (217 ) aud more particularly described as follows : Begiuniug at a point on the southerly side of Tenth street, distant one hundred and seventy-eight (178) feet seven and one-half inches (7H») easterly from the southeasterly corner of Grove and Tenth streets ; and from thence running southerly parallel with Grove street to, through and beyond a party wall, standing partly on the premises hereby conveyed and partly on the premises next adjoining, westerly thereto one Jiundred (100) feet, thence easterly and parallel with Tenth street twenty-six ( 26 ) feet four aud a quarter (4J4) inches; thence northerly and parallel with the line first run to, through and beyond a party wall standing partly on the premises hereby conveyed, and partly on the premises next adjoin ing, easterly thereto one hundred ( 1U) ) feet to the southerly aide of Tenth street ; thence westerly and along the southerly side of Tenth street twenty-six ( 2ti ) feet · four and one-quarter ( ) Inches tô the point or place of beginning. Secondly.—Also, all that other certain lot, piece or parcel of laud and premises, with the four-story brick dwelling house thereon erected, situate, lying aud being in Jersey City aforesaid, and which, on the aforesaid map of Jersey City, made by R. C. Bacot, A. D., 1861, is known and designated as part of lot fifteen (15), in block one hundred and eighty-two ( 182 ), and more particularly described as follows : Beginning at a point on the northerly side of Ninth street, distant one hundred and forty ( 140) feet east erly from the northeasterly corner or said Ninth and Henderson streets, and from thence running north erly and parallel with Henderson street to, through and beyond a party wall, standing partly on the premises hereby conveyed, aud partly on the prem ise.-! next adjoining, westerly thereto one hundred ( 100 ) feet; thence easterly and parallel with Ninth street twenty (20) feet; thence southerly aud par allel with the line first run to, through aud bevond a partv wall, standing partly on the premises hereby conveved, and partly on the premises next adjoin ing, easterly thereto one hundred (100) feet to the northerly side of Ninth street, thence westerly and along the northerly side of Ninth street twenty (20) feet to the point or place of beginning. Dated March 2d, 1881). HO BERT DAVIS, Sheriff. h ilERIFF'» «AW^-ΙΛ CHANCERY OF NEW • JERSEY. Between Garret Ε. Wintuits, complainant, and William C. Trapliage» and Caroline R., his wife, and Harry Traphageu, administrator, &c., of H. M. Trap hageu, dec., defendants. Ια. fa., l'or sale of mortgaged premises. Returnable May Term, A.i)., 1889. Luther S. Elmer, solicitor. Bv virtue of the above stated writ to me directed and delivered, I shall sell by public vendue at F. G. Wolbert's Real Estate and Auction Rooms, No. 17 Montgomery street, Jersey City, on THURSDAY, the eleventh day of April, A. D., 18», at two o'clock in the afternoon, all the following described land and premises with the appurte nances, being the same described in said writ, that is to say: All those two certain lots, pieces or parcel* of land and premises, situate, lying and being iu Jersey City, in the County of Hudson, and State or New Jersey, and which upon the I official map of Jersey City, made by R. C. Bacot, City surveyor, A. D., 1861, are known and de signated as lots one (1) and two (2) on block two hundred and thirteen (218), and may be described as follows: Beginning at the southwesterly corner of Hender son and Seventh streets, from thenee running west erly along the southerly line of Seventh street one hundred and one feet, eleven and one-eighth Inches ( 101 ft. II1-8 in.); thenee southerly and parallel with Henderson street (or nearly so) fifty l'eet three and five-eighth inches (50 ft. 35-8 In.); thenee easterly and parallel, or nearly so with Seventh street, one hun dred and one feet eleven and one half iuches (101 ft. li 1-2 in.) to the westerly side of Henderson street; thence northerly along Henderson street fifty feet and seven Inches (50 ft. 7 In.) to the point or place of b«USîarch2,18S9. ROBERT DAVIS. Sheriff. rpHE PROVIDENT INSTITUTION FOR SAVINGS .1 in Jersey City. JBBtfEY City, N. J., February 19. 1889 The following is a correct list of all deposits exceeding $50.00, which have been unclaimed for teu (10) years and over: John C. Dows, 66.32; C. C. Martin dale, 98.07; John Coyle, 8,744,(15; Mary MeDermott, 65.89; Win. G. Alger, 88.69; George Kropr, 88.08; K. Free, 74.40; JnO. H. Lyon et al, 103.87; Bridget Smith, K3.51; Geo. Sinclair, 8,806.<8; Mary Welsh, 118.5?; Sosan Paulmier, 210.57 ; Thomas Mc.Gowen, 142.15; Jacob Wilhelm, 70.56; Eliza Doyle, 67.58: Josephine Hay, 82.71; Gustav Meinkc, 88.79: Isaac Phillips, 60.51; Campbell, 1,873,12; Malcolm Gihnore, 72.45; ç't Richaidt^l62.84; Henrietta Ernst,71.08; Cath'O O'Connor, 1927.tW; Ilenry C.Eddy and Joseph Wilson, 134.26; Edward Lynch, 368.61; Caroline F. Brown, 79.1»; F. -and E, McAneny, 78.09; Jacob liurter 129.ίί; Annie. Harrison, 71.95; Cat lin Whelan, 260,18; William Simpson, 487.79; Henry Rleherlck, (57.27; Clara Patterson, 749.32; Mary Morrison, 87.U0: Jno. J. Waunerg, d'n, 319.63; Wnt, Clemîushaw, 696.U0; Mary and H. Brown, 590.51; Pat'k and Mary Doling, &45.14; Mary Powers, 208,17; Jno. J. Chandler, 51.12; Ann Reilly, 159.8!); lienj. Rossil, WKî.Oà; Jno. A. Faleouer and Jaue Kemp, Trs.. 986.72; Patrick aud Ellen Fly un, 723.64; Michael Connelly, 128.88: Peter Browneli, 18.\8*î Mary A. Carney, 314.29; William Johnson, 61.74; Fou nle Gilchrist, 852.13; Harvey Shepherd, tr.. S0.^9j James Strahen, 158.85; Timothy Dinnehea. 1.098.45; Charles B. Garducr and Charles Gemmekev. 69,10; John Tabern, 75,1»; Ellen Dimond, tr., 16S,iiy; William Donaldson, 82.8φ Michael S. Kleruan, 101.86; Patrick Siueran, 1S2.78; William H. Day, tr., 203,08; Julia Ryan, 119.24; Annie Miller, tr., 161.31; John Roe. 1,025.58: AnUio Miller, tr.. 161.81. li. W. KINGSLAND, JR„ Treasurer. ÎiL'--.- JLÎ-UJJILWÛÎ1!· J'AI ΛΤΙ Χ G. Frank A. Bergstrom. S. Join Gastafsoa, Practical Mouse Painting A SPECIALTY. 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