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If AIDING HOBOKEN'S POOR.
* “YOCNG REAVERS’* GATHER A HARVEST EOR CHARITY’S SAKE. Their Enjoyable Entertainment at the First M. E. Church Was a Success—A Wedding with No Change of Name— Hoboken Notes. One of those pleasant social gather ings of young people, so much en joyed by the little ones and amazingly . relished by the silver crowned pilgrims I of life’s journey, took place at the ; First Methodist Church last evening. | The “Young Reapers” is the name given to a Sunday school class of girls f who meet also during the week and ! are joined by all their young friends, ; without regard to denomination. They ; are under the charge of Mrs. Sanmel McCain, who is also president of the E Ladies’ Auxiliary of the Young Men’s l Christian Association and is always active in the cause of charity. Last night, the “Young Reapers” held an entertainment and fancy mg goods bazaar for the purpose of rais ing money for the Hoboken poor and to increase the fund of the Sunday School Missionary Society. They fitted up the basement of the church W with tables and fancy booths and pre- j sented a good display of fancy articles fashioned by their own dainty little fingers, and sweetmeats and edibles to tempt the most fastidious palate. In addition to all this they treated j their guests to a musical and literary ; programme of unusual merit. Misses : Hortense Morris and Lilly Barenberg gave an instrumental duet and Bertie Whlldin played a piano solo. Allie Angus and Miss Mabie McCullacli re cited: Addie Lamb and Carrie Pitts performed a piano duet, and Misses M. Pettigrew and L. Clark sang a duet. A chorus was sung by the full | class. Miss Lizzie Labell had charge of the I confectionery table, assisted by Edith Whitney and Madge Barnes. The cake tables were presided over by Mrs. William McCullough, Edith 1 Small, Carrie Garrbrandt, Lida Bow ditch and Florence White; the pond $ table by Mrs. C. M. Davis, Jessie Mau I® sell, Ettie Townley, Mabel Yeaton, Minnie Hess and lsiva Davis. Fancy articles were sold by Mrs. C. L. Pitts, Eva Mather, Ida Rowell. Georgina Pustkuchen, Carrie Pitts, Ada Lamb, Dora Mather, Allie Angers, Florence ® Barnes, Bertie Whildin and Ella Rus I sell. Mrs. Dr. Atwell dispensed fruits and flowers. The fishing pond was in 1 charge of Misses Emma Hilbert, Jennie Rouse and Nellie Lay, and grab bags were in the hands of Mamie 8 Francis, Mabel McCullough and Flor m ence Barnes. At Rebecca’s Well Mabel M Francis and Florence Barnes, two \ bright-eyed little brunettes in blue I and red costumes, dispensed lemonade fe to the thirsty. She Dirt Not Change Her Name. Miss Augusta Smith, daughter of Mr. Charles Smith, of No. 24 Tenth street, was married to Mr. Louis Smith at her father’s residence on Wednesday evening, by Rev. W. Prt’Tmd. Mr. Arno Leonardt, of Philadelphia, acted as groomsman, and Miss Bertie Schneider, of Hobo ken, as the bridesmaid. A recaption was held immediately after the ceremony at Naeglei’s Hotel. Among those who witnessed the cere mony and attended the reception were Water Commissioner and Mrs. L. Pfeiffer, Mr. and Mrs. Hemmerlein, Mr. and Mrs. C. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Kichner, Mrs. Paulina Smith, Mr. Smith, of Brooklyn; Mr. and Mrs. Julius Lambert, Mr. and Mrs. W. Lambert, Mr. and Mrs. Burkhardt, of New York. Toasts were proposed by Messrs. C. Smith, F. Eichner, Lam bert, Leonardt and others. Hoboken Briefs. Ex-Foreman J. D. Applegate is a candidate for Chief Engineer of the _ Fire Department. Ha was foreman of II Engine Company No. 1 for three suc ' cessive terms, and has been a member of the department for twelve years. He will be opposed by ex-Ohief Joseph Kemp, of Hook and Ladder No. 2. The Republican City Executive Committee meet tonight at Yon Claim’s, No. 117 Washington street, for the purpose of calling city and H ward conventions. The Rev. Richard B. Post, of Orange, N. J., will deliver the eighth 5 of a series of Lenten lectures at Trin f ity P. E. Church. The friends of Charles B. Rudolphy, the outgoing Commissioner of the Water Board, want to elect him as School Trustee, to represent the First ward “Mr. Rudolphy is a cultured gentleman,” said a prominent citizen t, to me. “He has always manifested a j|L deep interest In every movement per I tabling to the intellectual welfare of i* the city. He would be a desirable |9| member of the Board of Education.” •« The Second National Bank of Jersey 1 City yesterday handed over to Treas :>p urer Smith, of Hoboken, the $840 in m payment of Improvement Certift cate No. 1,123, which was forged by |i|: Mansell. Wiu iUWtUJg Ul lilts J3UU.ru of Water Commissioners held last evening, the contract for sprinkling the streets was awarded to H. H. Bennett. A communication was received from the Hackensack Water Company, showing a balance due from U the Board of $10,800. The payment \ of $5,000 was ordered on account. The * salaries and claims for the month of : March amounted to $563, which were ordered paid. James Tomlinson, a planer at Gaha gan’s planing mills, on Adams street, had the four lingers on hfs right hand cut off yesterday afternoon with a circular saw. He has been employed in the mill for the past ten years, and was a, steady and industrious work man. The accident, even after the wounds are healed, will incapacitate II him for his special line of work; and | he has a large family of children to support. Mills & Arnot are putting In some if of the latest improved stonecutting ;jy machinery In their marble yards, in f Willow street, between Eleventh and Twelfth streets. The mission attached to the German r M. B. Church on Garden street and located on Bergenline avenue, in Union Hill, is in a flourishing con dition, and the pastor, the Rev. G. Geb lein, hopes to form it into an indepen dent, self-sustaining church. Fmtnent Commander R. H. Living ston, Judge McDonough, Dr. Taylor, George HensclikeJ, J. E. W. Kux>er, Frank Parker, C. F. Smith, Capt. Hodges and H. A. Porset, members of Pilgrim Commandery, K. of T., visited Clinton Commandery, No. 19, of Brooklyn, on Wednesday night, to „ witness the conferring of the Order of the Temple degree. They were hand somely entertained, and Eminent Commander Livington in a speech invited the Pilgrim Commandery to MAX STABLER & GO. Have Moved their Entire Spring Stock from their Branch Store, 8th ave., corner 40th st., to thoir Main Store, BROADWAY, CORNER GRAND ST., NEW YORK We must dispose of SI00,000 worth of the Finest Spring Clothing, which MUST BE SOLD IMMEDIATELY and TURNED INTO CASH. This GRAND STOCK will be SACRIFICED, and will give Early Buyers a CHANCE to PURCHASE the Finest Spring Suit or Overcoat at WHAT THE MATERIAL COST. A BOLD SACRIFICE. Q i /?£ Will buy Men’s All-Wool Melton njJrriUtJ Overcoats, Worth 910.00 (2*0 AA Will buy Men’s Silk-Faced Che ^O.uv viqt and Cassimere Overcoats, worth 920.00. _ (3*10 / Wk Will buy Men’s Fine Imported ffilUiUU Cassimere and Cheviot Suits, worth 920. _ (2*11 (kn Will buy Men’s Fine Imported Corkscrew Prince "Albert Suits, worth 925.00. (S»7 Oa Will buy Men’s Fine Blue Flan $itJJ nel Suits, worth 915.00. (?♦/* r A Wilt buy -Men’s Fine Cassimere qpl/tJU Suits, worth 912.00. WE WILL CLOSE OUT 5,000 Men’s All-Wool Pants, worth 93.00, 94.00 and 96.00, for $1.90, $2.35, ana $3.00 We will dispose of millions of Men’s and Boys’ Hats during this Sale. OUC. Will buy Boys’ Cadet Caps, worth JO 75c. C(?c. Will buy Men’s Derby Hats, worth JO 91.50. CM in Will bny Men’s Berby Hats, worth fjplJi/ #3.00. _ WE have placed in the back part of our store 900 Fine Imported Suits and Overcoats, consisting of the very highest I grade of Cassimeres, Cheviots, Wide Wales, Corkscrews, Kerseys, &c., silk faced, silk-lined and satin-lined, and marked down in two grades, $15.00 and $18.00 They cannot be matched elsewhere for less than #30.00, #35.00 and #40.00._ MOTHERS, you can save just ONE-HALF the price by purchasing your Hoys* or Children’s Clothing from ns.__ CM Oh Buys Children’s Fine Wool Knits, voic'd ‘‘Piaited aud Plain Blouses,” worth #4.00, __ Cj4) Buys Children’s All Wool Che vlot and Cassimere Blouse Knits, worth *0.00. ___ C‘4 Oh Buys Boys’ All-Wool Cassimere Suits-Bong Pants—worth #9.00; and Thousands of Bargains in Men’s, Boys’ and Children’s Fine Suits and Overcoats will be slaughtered at this GREAT CONSOLIDATED SACRIFICING SALE OF MAX STABLER & CO., BROADWAY, CORNER BRAND STREET. return the visit, which the members, or at least a delegation of them, prom ised to do some time next month. Hoboken Lodge No. 85, F. and A. M., worked the Feliowcraft degree upon two candidates last evening. At the residence of Miss Tillie A. McKensie, on Bloomfield street, a branch of the King’s Daughters’ organization was formed Wednesday afternoon, with nine active members, who are pledged in accordance with the rules of the society to do all the good they can at all times and wher ever they can. Miss Tillie McKensie was elected president and Miss Annie Miller, of Brooklyn, will next W'eek ad dress the members with a view' to plan benevolent work. The Century Club Won, The bowling match between the Crescent and Century Bowling Clubs, on the alleys at Colonel Brown’s, last night was very interesting. The scores made were good, and the Cen turys won the victory. The following is the score:— CESTUBYS. | CBESCEETS. S.S. B. Sc.l S.S. B. Sc. Loud. 6 3 1 2M'Belderhase. 5 4 l m Halt,. 3 1 6 MftWalUee. 3 2 5 133 Mills. S 5 2 167’Stoue, A. D.... 1 2 7 114 Lynch. 2 3 5 147,Evertson. 4 4 2 171 Converse. 2 3 5 137 j Cohn. 2 3 5 136 Newkirk. . 1 3 6 l24 Clark. 2 4 4 152 Feruane. 1 8 6 127iMeyer. 4 2 4 153 Kerr. 5 1 4 176 Curran. 3 2 5 155 W. DelOrme... 2 6 2 171 Fish. 5 3 2 190 E. DelOrma... 6 3 1 2lliBowly. 4 0 6 137 Totals.31 31 S 16061 Total!.33 26 41 1535 -» - — li'nivinivnitil Pnnnlm Arnnaoil. Residents of Englewood are much concerned over a report that the management of tire Northern Rail road of New Jersey are preparing an elaborate time table for the summer, which contemplates two daily express trains each way between New York and Nyack, with no intermediate stops. This proposed step is especially annoying, because, according to pas senger and freight returns, it is claimed Englewood contributes more to the support of the road than any other place on the line. The rumor seems to be so well founded that pub lic resentment in Englewood is aroused to the point of laying plans for a branch road from Englewood to Gran ton, a distance of six miles, there to connect with the New York, Susque hanna and Western Road. It is said that Englewood trains could be run on the Susquehanna tracks, and could proceed without stop to the Pennsyl vania station in Jersey City. Such road, its projectors predict, would at once become a formidable rival to the Northern for Englewood business. Something move definite is likely to be heard of it when the Northern’s new time tables come out. Assessments Reduced. The Commissioners of Appeal met last night and reduced assessments as fol lows:— JI. Fahrendorff, $500. Jno. P. Romaine, $160. Isaac Romaine, $100. 8. S. Southard. $100. Caarlotta A. Barnes, J. C. Moore, $500. $100. B. C!. Owens, $500. Chas. P. Knoeller, $500. J. D. Romaine, $4,000. A. Romaine. $1,000. J. J. Van Horn, $280. John A. Holey. $500. C. K. Cupon, $8,800. (.'has. Q.VanBuren,$500. W. E. Fitzgibbons. $800. Caroline Scarry, $300. Jno. RidelL $300. J. R. Romaine, $5.1150. P. .Dalton, $200, Sam’l W. Stilsing, $500. J. B. Parks. $500. H. B. Mohn, $1,200. 8. White, $500. SEE THE ARTISTIC EFFECTS WE PRODUCE WITH OUR LOW PRICED GOODS. 1ST. C. FISK, WALL PAPERS, 138 YORK STREET. J^OTICE TO CONTRACTORS. “"sealed proposals will l>a received by tho Board of Public Works ou Monday morning, April 13,1833, at ,0 o'clock, tor from MonmuuJkstraet^jj. SXBEETi in accordance with plans and snecifleatious on file in tho office of tho Chief Engineer, corner Jersey aveuue and Mercer street, where blank forma of hid and agreement of surety must be obtained. Estimate of quantities • About ax) cubic yurda earth excavatiou. About 800 cubic yards saud or gravel filling. About MOo square yards ntouc paviug. Abuut 2»H) lineal feet new curb stone. About 500 square feet new flagging. About SJf» square yards repay tug. About 000 liUcal feet reset curb stone. About 50 square feet relaid bridge stone. About lttti square feet retold flagging. About SO lineal feet cribbing. Time for completion of contraot, forty(40) working ^oclty official will be accepted as surety. The making of tho above improvement and award of contract therefor will he subject," to tha re monstrftuco of the owners of the property liable to more than one-half of the assessment therefor. Proposals must bo enclosed in sealed envelopes, endorsed. “Proposals for Improvement of Eighth stroot*” dirccbHi to the Board of Public Works and handed to the Clerk of the Board hi opeu meet ing, when called for in the order of business relating to sealed proposals. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids If deemed for the beat interest of the city so to do. By order ot tbe Board of Public Works. waRTIn ri.stK, Clark. JKiuar citv, March SI. 1880. CORPORATION NOTICES QORPORATION NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that on the 23d day of May, i 1887, application was made to the Board of Public Works by P. L. Rehil and others for the IMPROVEMENT OF HALLADAY STREET from Communipaw avenue to the northerly side of the light of way of the Newark and New York Rail road, in the following manner, including all inter sections:— To have the street to the full width thereof graded l to the established grade by excavating or filling the same where necessary. To have new 20-inch curb set on each side; to have new blue stone flagging 4 ! feet wide laid on each sidewalk; to have new bridge stone crosswalks 4 feet wide lakl at ell intersections, and to do all other work that may be necessary to provide for the flow of surface water and to com | plete the improvement in a good and substantial manner. Notice is also given that on the 29th day of August, I 1887, the Commissioners of Assessment 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 land, also the probable amount of assess ment per foot of frontage for the 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 that the following streets or avenues or particular sections thereof, are ! included in said assessment, namely:— HALLADAY STREET, from the right of way of the Newark & N. Y. R. R. to Communipaw Ave. And that the 15th day of April, 1889, 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, i By order of the Board of Public Works, MARTIN FINCK. Dated, Jersey City, March 18, 1889. I QORPORATION NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that on the 27th day of August, 1388. application was made to the Board of Public Works by F. W. Bussing aud others for the construction of a 15-inch vitrified pipe sewer in HOOKER AVENUE, from a point about 50 feet easterly from OCEAN AVENUE, | to and connect with the sewer now built in AVENUE B, aud in accordance with the established plan of sewerage, together with all the necessary manholes, receiving basins and appurtenances. Notice is also given that ou the 28d day of March, 1889. the Commissioners of Assessments filed with the Board of Public Works their preliminary sketch, showing what property will be probably assessed, and the probable amount of benefit to each lot or par cel of laud; also the probable amount of assessment per foot of frontage for the said improvement, and the same is now open to public inspection in the office of the Clerk of the Board of Public Works; aud notice is also given that the following street or avenue, or particular sections thereof, are included In said assessment, namely:—Hooker avenue, on the west side, from a point 83 feet north of Avenue E, to Ocean avenue; Hooker avenue, on the east side, from a point 97 feet north of Avenue E, to Oceau avenue; Ocean Avenue, on the south side, from a point 52 feet west of Pearsall avenue, to a point 75 feet west of Hooker avenue; Garfield avenue, from a point 25feet west of Pearsall avenue, to a point 25 feet west of Hooker avenue. And that the 29th day of April, 1889, at 10 o’clock A. M., aud the meeting room of the Board of Public Works are hereby fixed os the time aud place when und 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 m writing. By order of the Board of Public Works, MARTIN FINCK, Clerk. Jersey City, N. J., March 26,1S&). QORPOEATION NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that ou the 20th day of August, 18>&, application was made to the Board of Public Works by K, O'Connor and others for the IMPROVEMENT OF TERRACE AVENUE, from the northerly side of Reserve avenue to the southerly side of Lincoln street, in the foLlowiug manner, including all intersections, viz:— The street to be graded to the established grade for the full width thereof. To have blue stone flagging 4 feet in width laid on both aides thereof. To have blue stone bridge cross walks laid at nil intersect ions, and to do sal other work necessary to complete the improvement in a good and substantial manner. Notice is also given that on the 21d day of March, 1889, the Commissioners of Assessments 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 the said improvement, aud tlii? same is now open to public inspection in the office of the Clerk of the Board of Public Works. Aud notice (4 al*o given that the following street or avenue, or particular section thereof are included In said assessment, namely TERRACE AVENUE, from Reserve avenue to Lincoln street. ZABRIBKIE STREET, from a point 100 feet west of Terrace avenue to a point MX) foet cast of Terrace avenue. RESERVE AVENUE, on the north side, from Terrace avenue, 100 feet westerly. Ann that the 28th day of April, 1889. 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 iu said application, and all remonstrances agaiust the said improvement that may be presented iu writing. By order of the Board of Public Works. MARTIN FINCK, Clerk. .Tkrskv City. March 26. 1889. J^OTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed proposals will be received by the Board of Public Works on Monday morning, April 15th, 18®, at 10 o’clock, for the construction of a 24-INCH OVAL BRICK SEWER IN ZABRISKIE from CENTRAL AVENUE to a point 115 feet ea*t of SUMMIT AVENUE, in accordance with plans and specifications on file iu the office of the Chief Engineer, corner of Jer sey avenue and Mercer street, where blank forms of bid and agreement of suretltM* must be obtaiued. Estimate of Quantities:— About CIO lineal feet 24-luch sewer (oval brick). About 20 cubic yards concrete. About ICO cubic yards rock excavation. Time for completion of contract, one hundred and twenty (120) working flays. The making of the above improvement and award of the contract therefor will be subject to the re monstrance of the owners of the property liable to more than one-half of the assessment therefor. No olty official will be accepted as surety. Proposals must be inclosed in sealed envelopes, endorsed, "Proposals for Bower In Zubriskie street,’' directed to the Board of Public Works and handed to tho Clerk of the Board in open meeting when culled for in the order of business relating to scaled proposals, , , , The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids If deemed for tho best liltereat of the city so to do. By order of the Board of Public Works. MARTIN F1NCK. Clerk. Jersey City, March 27,1889. AN ORDINANCE FOR THE RELIEF OF WILLIAM C. Newell In construction of bay windows in building No. 315 Thirteenth street. Tho Mayor and Aldermen of Jersey City do ordain os follows; Buenos 1. That. William C. Newell shall be, and ho is hereby granted permission to construct and main tain bay windows upon each floor of building owned by him at No. 215 Thirteenth street, which windows may extend three W fret beyond tho bulldiug Hue of Thirteenth street, any ordinance to the contrury notwithstanding: the work to be done under the supervision of tho Inspector of Buddings. Passed March 22, 1SS9. JOHN E. SCOTT. City Clerk. R. 8. JORDAN, President, . . „ . _ pro tempore. Approved March 27,18®. ORESTES CLEVELAND, % Mayor. ——- - T Ko k Sale One Upright Boiler and . * . Smokestack, ONE VERTICAL FIVE HORSE POWER ENGINE, 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 ot Job Fonts . .i.„, ...... - ■ i-...... This is a rare oppor tunity for a Weekly or Country Newspaper to secure a good outfit at moderate cost. Address, The Jersey City Hews Co., HO. 80 MONTGOMERY ST„ JERSEY CITY, C. M. CLERIHEW. ERIE GOAL YARD Cor. Twelfth and Henderson Sts. Telephone 248. DWYER S ORCHESTRA. Music Furnished for Picnics Balls, Sociables, Etc. BRASS BANDS A SPECIALTY AO. 1 MEHCSJt ST., J. C. Try 91.flO and 99.00 I/,idles' and Gents Shoes, til all styles, as good as sold elsewhere for 99.00 and 93.00. ALL GOODS WARRANTED. ID- S\illi vra.ix, MONTGOMERY STREET, near cor. Washington, 20 NEWARK AVENUE, and 238 NEWARK AVENUE, cor. Coles Street. GO TO Killen’s Restaurant 64 Montgomery Street, WHERE YOU CAN GET The Best Meal at the lowest Price. MOSER, POSTER SON, SCAVE NGER S. OFFICES: 58 MONTGOMERY ST., 217 RAiJUABAVE Privy Vaults, Sink* and Cetispoolft Emptied and Dlsiufected, in all porta of Hudaon County, prompt and cheap. DETECTIVES Wanted In every county. Shrewd men to act under instruction* iu our eccret •erviqe. Experience not becoMary,. Thu International Detective, the official paper of thclturouu,coutaiu* exact likeneaaea ofcnin in ala wanted, and for whoso capture largo reward* arooffered. Send 2c. stamp fur particular*. Addre**, Grar.naa Detective BureauCo.44Arcad6,Clncinnati,G. PEERLESS BYES Oou>if Dawaure* I HAIR PRESSING._| ~ a suHE ctjrSe i ~ j Hammel’s Hair Balsam, THE EXTRACT OF SAGE. Isa sure cure for Dandruff and Scurf —a sure pre ventative against the Vailing 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). Mmk. Libaire Importer, Designer and Manufacturer of all i kinds of Human Hair Goods. LADIES’ HAIR DRESSING, SHAMPOOING AND HAIR CUTTING, HAIR JEWELRY MADE TO ORDER 389 GROVE ST, AND 195 THIRD ST,, i C, Wigs for Mftwjnersdes. BUSINESS CARDS. J. E. WMEBER, RESTAURANT AND DINING-ROOM. TABLE BOARD, *3.50 PER WEEK. 356 Grove Street, Jersey City. _Tables Reserved for Ladles._ H.& J.STELLING, 31 MONTGOMERY STREET. (STKLLING BUILDING.) FINE WINES AND OLD WHISKIES, Flue Ales, Best Brands of Imported and Domestic Cigars. Master Beer oa Draailt and in Bottles HENR Y HAASE, Practical Boot and 8hoe Maker. A *6 SHOE, mode to order, my specialty. 93 Montgomery St., J. C. My own make constantly on hand. Repairing promptly attended to. _ n'SE t.I.i.n JMEEEJY, AUCTIONEER, Justice of the Peace, Notary Public, Commissioner of Deeds and Real Estate Agent. Offiee, 237 Newark Av., J. C. 3P. 33. MARTIJSr, Practical Sanitary Plumber AND STEAM FITTER. HEATERS AND RAISES A SPECIALTY. 189 Montgomery St., Jersey City. COJ^OBATION^OTICES ^CORPORATION NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the Commissioners of Assessment win meet at their office, in the building occupied by the Board of Public Works, at the corner of Mercer street and Jersey avenue, Jersey City. N. J., ou Tuesday, the second day of April, 188#, at ten o’clock a. m., to appraise the value of the land and real estate to be acquired for the construction MAIN SEWER, beginning at a poiut on the easterly side of Garfield avenue, at the Intersection of the westerly side of Richard street, thence running southerly along the centre line of Richard 6trect and the centre line of Richard street produced to a poiut about 830 feet south of the centre line of the Central Railroad of New Jersey, thence southerly in a straight line or course to lands under water in New York Bay owned by the State of New Jersey, at a jHjint distant 2$ feet east of the division line between property owned by the heirs of Richard Vreelaud ami the Morris A Cummings Dredging Company. The lands to be taken for the const ruction or said sewer being a strip of land (JO feet wide and about 1,900 feet long, of which the line above described Is the centre line. Said Commissioners will also ap praise the damage which any owner of such real es tate,or of any Interest therein,may sustain by reason of such improvement, and will then and there hear all parties Interested in said improvement who de sire to be heard before them on the value of the land to be taken and the damage which any of the owner* of such lands or of any interest therein may sustain by reason of such improvement, W. W. RUOGLES, Chief Engineer. Jersey City, N. J., March 22, im HERBERT STOUT. CONRAD REICHENBECHER, JAMES HUNT, Commissioners of Assessment. OTICB TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed proposals will be received by the Board of Public Works ou Monday morn lug, April 8,1889, at teu o’clock, for the improvement of BEACON AVENUE. from OAKLAND AVENUE PALISADE AVENUE. in accordance with plans and specifications on file in the office of the Chief Engineer, corner Jersey a v enue ami Mercer street, where blank forms of bid and Agreement Of sureties must be obtained. Estimate of quantities:— About 2.5QU cubic yards earth excavation. About 1.10 cubic yards rock excavation. About 100 cubic yards earth filling. About 1.000 cubic yards scud or gravel filling. About 4,#tf) square yards stone paving. About two lineal feet new curb stone. About 000 square feel new bridge stone. About 25 square yards repaving. About 1,700 lineal feet reset curb stone. About 00 square feet relald bridge stone. About 100 square feet relaid flaggiug. About 40 lineal feet cribbing. Time for completion of contract, seventy (70) work ing days. No city officlat will be accepted as surety. 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 oue-half of the assessment therefor. Proposals must be inclosed in sealed envelopes, endorsed:—“Proposals for improvement of Beacon avenue, Oakland avenue and Palisade avenue.” directed to the Board of Public Works, and handed to the Clerk of the Board in open meeting when called for in the order of business relating to sealed ' ^rT Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids if deometl for the best interest of the city so to do. Bv order of the Board of Public Works. _] _ _ MARTIN PINCK, Clerk. ■J^OTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed proposals will be received by the Board of Publie Works ou Monday morning. April 8th, 1889, at 10 o’clock, for the Construction of a 34 inch oval brick sewer in Summit ave. from Newark ave. to St. Paul’s ave., in ac eordauce wilh plans and specifications on file iu the office or the Chief Engineer, corner of Jersey avenue and Mercer street, where blank forms of bid aud Estimate of quantities :— About M} lineal feet 24 inch oval brick sower. J About 6 new receiving basins. About 35 cubic yards concrete. \ About H# cubic yards of rock excavation. v Time for completion of contract, one hundred (100) working days. No city official will bo accepted as surety. 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 tlmu one half of the assessment therefor. Proposals must be euelo»e<l in sealed envelopes, endorsed “ Proposals for building sewer in Summit ®ve„ St. Paul’s to Newark aves.," directed to the Board of Public Works, and handed to the Clerk of the Board in open meeting, when called for in the order of business relating to sealed proposals. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids If deemed for the best interest of the city so to do. By order of the Board of Public Works. MARTIN FINCK. Clerk. Dated Jersey City, March 30, 1883. J^OTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Scaled proposals will be received by the Board of Works on Mouday morning, April 1, 1883, at 10 o’clock, for the improvement of BALDWIN AVENUE, from NEWARK AVENUE HIGH STREET, in accordance with plaus 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 sureties must be obtained Estimate or quantities:— About 2.ou) cubic yards of earth excavation. About 800 cubic yards of rock excavation. About BOO cubic yards of earth filling. About l.tittt cubic yards of sand or gravel filling. About 5,000 square yards stone paving. About 2,800 liweul feet of new curb stone. About 1U) square feet of new bridge stone. About 25 square yards of repaving. About 990 lineal feet of reset curb stone. About 200 square teet of relaid bridge stone. About 150 lineal feet of cribbing. About 2 receiving basins. About 1Q0 lineal feet or 12-inch vitrified pipe. Time for completion of contract, oue hundred and i fifty (150) working days. Tne making of the above improvement and award . of the contract therefor 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 bo enclosed In sealed envelopes, I endorsed "Proposals for Improvement of Baldwin avenue/' directed to the Hoard of Public Works, aud handed to the Clerk of the Board iu open meeting, j when called for iu tho order of business relatiug to settled proposals. No city official will be received as surety. The Board reserves the right to reject a all bids if deemed to the best interest of th so to do. By order of the Board of Public Works. „ MARTIN FINCK, Clerk. Dated Jersey City, March 15, 1S39. A Rare Treat. .««•«« r» X * * * ♦ * Sunday Morning News. THE REGULAR SUNDAY EDITION OF THE N o'w Appears in a New Shape. 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