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NEWS OF NORTH HUDSON.
It'i a Nice Town Hull Tlicy Have In Union Hill The most miserable apology for a Town Hall in the State is that at Union Hill. It is on the corner of Lewis street and Palisade avenue. The ground floor is used as an engine house by the Fire Department, and the top floor is occupied by the jani tor, and is used as a court room and Council Chamber, Attention lias been repeatedly drawn to the insecurity of the building, but so far no action lias been taken to remedy the evil. Prisoners are locked up in the bell tower. The place i^pot lit for such a purpose, for it is an insecure,* not to say uncomfortable lodging fora night. The ltoor of the main building is rot ten, and so are the roof joists, and it is only a question of time when some assemblage of citizens, more crowded than usual, finds the building tum bling about its ears. West Hoboken, which had far more commodious premises, has gone to the expense of building a line brick ball, the internal fittings of which will be really hand some. Even Weeliawken and West |Uew York, little townships that <lo not J need pretentious buildings in which to ^transact their public business, have ^headquarters, elegant in comparison BBS with Union Hill’s ramshackle old shed. The fault lies with the ultra econ , \ omical ratepayers, who have only just become aroused to the fact that the J|P building is a disgrace to the town and a l menace to the lives and limbs of people , S who are compelled to use it. It is said f ;; that plans for a new hall are in pro 1 gress, but nobody seems to know any : tiling about the matter. *A General Ratification. A citizens’ meeting was held last evening at Ruth’s Hall for a general and somewhat promiscuous ratifi cation of the five tickets in the field this year. Mr. F. C. Traske was in ' the "chair. Democrats and republi cans alike were present, and the pro ceedings passed off in a most orderly manner. As the five tickets are all in favor of Patrick Henry, John Merritt and ex-Freeholder Rudolph Freeh— the only difference being in the minor offices—the scenes round the polling stations will not be very exciting. North Hudson Notes. The AVeehawken Town Council met fj last night, but transacted no business owing to the absence of Simon Nelly i who was at Trenton. The Eintracht Singing Society, of Union Hill, had a rehearsal at AVaas’ ] Casino last night. They practiced j some difficult music. Otto Nienaoer, a republican, is in the race for Councilman in the demo ; cratic town of AVeehawken. Nearly half of the appropriations of f taxes in Union Hill are used for the § school. The total is $23,000, of which i r the Board of Education requires $10 000 HOBOKEN NEWS. f They Made It Up In Court—Bartender Wltler Arrested* Mrs. Wilson Newberry, of Hoboken, I told Recorder McDonough yesterday f that she had received but $10 from her husband during the past four months. Finding this sum totally inadequate to the maintenance of the household, she had caused her husband’s arrest for non-support. Newberry is not overburdened with 1 money at any time, and when he has a little he is prone to spend it with | “the boys” in a manner which con tributes nothing to the comfort of his family. So the case came into court yesterday, and there was much legal wrangling and little apparent prospect of domestic peaee. But the natural impulses of human nature were at work, and while Lawyer William Daly was arguing for the defendant, and Lawyer Clement Leonard for the plaintiff, the husband and wife exchanged melancholy glances from opposite sides of the room. Enough evidence was presented to 1 convince the Recorder that Mrs. New berry’s complaint was just, but his rulings were so unsatisfactory to Mr. & Daly that he left the court room, if While the dispute was thus getting worse oeiore me law n was ueiug amicably settled in a higher court. Newberry and his wife had approached each other, at first w'ith reluctance, then with tears; and finally they em braced affectionately, with promises of less provocation on the one side and more forbearance on the other. The Recorder, however, was nof convinced, and he put Newberry under bonds to pay his wife $4 a week for her support. Hoboken Notes. Xavier Witler, alias Baker, for merly the bartender at Bnde’s hotel, on Fifth street, w'as arrested last even ing on the charge of having run away with $038 entrusted to him by John Kreisser, who was a guest at the hotel March 14. Witler has been missing p since that time. Kate Kirk, of No. 109 Adam street, has a temper, and when Grocer Nick Angus, of Fifth street, refused to trust her for groceries, Kate invested in s cobblestone and smashed his store window. Angus had Kate arrested and held for trial. The Hugo Alsberg Association will have a merry time at its annual enter tainment and ball Wednesday even ing, April 24. The Police Commissioners had tot much interest in the outcome of the | election to meet last evening. Com i misioner Coyle was the oidy one whe put in an appearance, and so the f Board did not meet for want of t quorum. I The Board of Council will hold t special session this evening. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. Official Record of Ioust Week’* Transfer! and Mortgages. TRANSFERS. OBUSEY CITY. John McGlade to Patrick Clark, n s Bay *t, 135 ft w of Henderson at, -10x100. $0,7fK Siegfried Hainmersohlag et ux to George Poilerton, lota 18 ana li), block l, map North Waveriy. each 25x100. j.g# George Vrecland to Hugh Douglas, a s Newark av, 300 ft w of Smith at, 25x100.. : Ex’rg of George Vreeland to same, same as above. 1,75< Marv E. Stevens and husband to Rector B. Fish, lots 55 and 37. map White and Wakeninn, block B, eftcb 25x100 . ] Rector B, Fish to George A. Stevens, *ame as above. 1 Provident In* for Savings to Annia Vicke»*a, n e* Boyd av, 150 ft n w of Bergen av, Samuil... oa Frederick A. Fowl et ux to Simon Henry, beginning BO ft from X e oqr Jefferson av 8 mm Columbia st, SBxlttl.0. other uonaklvr. atlona anti. 1 Susan I* Broom* to Joint Huep*. e a Mon mouth »t, B0 ft s of Booth 4th sit, 115x100.. 3,fix Daniel K. Cleary ot. tlx to Oeorg* V, Musel man, lot SO, block S43, malt Mary K, Slsaoii. OBt St. Domott Vreeland «t ux to Thomas H. Ersklue. lot 8, hloek C, map Henry H. Vreeland. l.WK Bnmuel Sterling to Henry NHhett,»a Union it, 1UJ.SH w of Bergen av, 30x150., tkK VISIT raai< BIHS OTOffiBU 83 Montgomery $t, Jers ALL NEW, FKE Peter Hauck et ux to Philip Schmitt, lots 78 and 79, block 25, map Marion B. Oo., each 18.9x109.. 2.000 A<1 in of Matthew Armstrong to Mary Van Nostrand, u e cor of Uarneld ave and Ids of New York Bay Cemetery, 880.12x179.. 9.000 Assignee of same to same, same as above.. 750 Matthew Van Winkle to same, same as second above.. J ,500 Assignee of N. Armstrong to same, same ns third above. 750 Ex'rs Emma Van Winkle to same, same as fourth above. 10 Elizabeth F. Phillips to Catharine M. Broeser, s side 5th st, other 158.4 w of Coles st, 10.8x95. 1,840 John Scherer et ux to Michael N. Foster, w s Jefferson st, 850 ft n of Purge ave, 25x100...: 200 Daniel E. Cleary etux to Minnie Davie, s side Virginia ave 170.33 w of Jackson ave, 23.08x08.79. 1,900 W. F. Williams to Mary E. Maloney, n 8 Grand st. 285.00 e of Bramhall ave. 5,000 Robert Higson et ux to Hugh Douglass, ss Pavonia ave 50 ft e of Provost st, 25x75.. 1 Alice M. Simpson to Jurgen H. Wollbrock, lots 25 and 26, Block 8, now map Clare mont, 50x100. 4,800 Gdn of Oscar C. Boegler to same, same as above . 1,200 Exrs of IV --rillc H. Gillett to Jerome I). (511 lctt. n w s Pacific ave, 32 ft s w of Maple st, 84.7x100 . 4,500 Emil H. P. Mehl et ux to John A. Schaeffer, Jr., ns Hutton st, 137 ft e of Summit ave. 18.9x100. 3,575 David W. Lawrence et ux to Charles W. Mueller, n w cor of Newark and Tonnele aves, 25x91.1. 1,900 Robert Madiue et ux to Henry T. Fitzell, lot 28, block A, map adj Reservoir. 1.759 George Vreeland et ux to Edward F. C. Young, map George Vreoland, 1.344-3 acres; also Fowler's map. Greenville H, block 1,600, n by C. P. Vreelaud, e by New York Bay, s by Henry Vreeland. w by Morris Canal shore lands under water... .160,000 Jurgen II. Wellbrock et ux to Ferdinand Boegler, lot 25x26. block 8, new map Claremont, each 60x125..t 1 HOBOKEN. Willis T. Wild, exrs of Sarah E. Wild, to Henrietta Gerndt. w s Meadow st, 193.8 ft s of 2d st, 18.9x95.$3,500 Ann Hourigan to Margaret Dwyer, lot 22, block 62, map Coster, 25x100. 2,500 Frederick W, Postboff to Eliza, Landregnn, w s Clinton st, 200 ftn of 5th st, 50x100,.. 5,000 WEST HOBOKEN. jtienry u. ;rrenerie et ux to Fenpo sair darim, n w cor Deinott st and Mont gomery st, 50x100... 1,200 Jacob G. Bebus, to Lucien P. Druck, s s Union st, 100 ft, w of Spring street, 25x100... 600 Joseph F. Decker,et ux to W. Wheeler, \v s Summit ave, 75 ft s of Savage st, 25.18x100. 500 Heirs of W. Macau ley to F. Frambaek, Jr.. lots 159, 101,163, 165; map Ed Du Bois. 3,500 HARRISON. Francis S. Bragaw, et ux to Adolf J. Hor mark, e s John st, 50 ft n of Latham st, 25x97.75 . 550 KEARNEY. Edward M.Voorhees,et uxto John A.McKay, w s Oak st, 115 31.100 ft n of Johnston av, 25x100. 400 BAYONNE. Emma Van Busbirk to John H. Browning, n e side West Fortieth st, 302.26 n w of Ave A, 25x100. 75 MORTGAGES. JERSEY CITY. Phillip Schmitt to P. Hauck, lots 78x79, block 25, map Marion B. Co, 1 yr.$1,100 John W. Boyce toP. S. Van Winkle,trustee, n s Oak st, 290 ft w of Ocean av. 1 yr. 400 Willdic F. Gibson to N. J. Title Guarantee and Trust Co, e s Commiuiipaw av, 90 ft e of Pine st, instl. 3,000 Same to J. J. Hughes, e s Communipaw av, 96 ft e of Pine st, 1 yr. 1,800 Jno. D. Betels to Anna M. Grosklaus, n e s Chestnut av, 190.31 ft s e of New Bergen road, ft yrs. 3,000 Peter Kelly to Phcenix L. and B. Associa tion, n e s Fairmount ave, 290 ft s e of Britton st; ins. 1,400 Henry W. Osbahr to Agnes Van Horn, lot 28, block 19, map Lafayette, 1 yr. 500 S. A. Craig to Lalavctte Mutual B. & L. As sociation, s w s Kearney av, 180 f t s e of Bergen ave, instal...... . 3,200 Joseph H. Rudiger to Katharine Maas, u w cor Sherman ave and Bowers st, 5 yrs.... 3,000 John Malone to Exrs R. B. Earle, n s Four teenth st, 100 ft w of Provost st, 3 yrs_ 5,000 Adelheid Trimpf to Exrs Catherine M. Mei berg, e s Sherman ave, 275 ft u of Bowers st, 1 yr. 1.500 P. J. Eagan to C. S. Lier, s s Jefferson ave, 150 ft w of Columbia st, 1 yr. 2,500 HOBOKEN. Margaret Dwyer to J. C. Brane, lot 22, block 02, map Coster, 3 yrs. 2.200 Henrietta Gernott to Hoboken Bank for Savings. \v a Meadow st, 193 ft s of Sec ond st, § yrs.. 1,000 Patrick Clark to W. C. Lutkins. n s Bay st, 135 ft west of Henderson st, 3 vrs. 2,750 James A. Degman to Phcenix L. & B. As sociation, s w s Claremont ave, 100 ft u w of Arlington ave, instal. 2.000 Same to same, same property, instal. 1,000 Henry Steinbueli to G. L. Gerdts, lots 20, 30 to 32, block 32, map W. B. Ogden, 1 yr... 2,500 Eliza Laundrigan to New Jersey Title Guarantee Co, lots 25 and 2ti, map Cos ter Est, block 71, instal. 5.000 An Old Nurse for Children.—Don't fail to procure MRS. WINSLOW’S SOOTHING SYRUP lor children teething. No mother who has ever tried it will consent to let her child pass through this critical period without the aid of this invalu able preparation. Gives rest to the mother and relief and health to the child. Cures wind colic diarrhoea, and regulates the bowels. Twenty live cents a bottle. *»* HIGHEST PRICE PAID! OLD BOOKS MAGAZINES AND LIBRARIES BOUGHT! 3. Scarboro, 94 Montgomery St., J. C. New books supplied at a liberal discount from pur chasers’ prices. Call or send for bargain catalogue of 76 pages; free to all ou application. MRS. J. HABERT, 436 Grove Street, J. C. New and Second Hand FTJRUriXTJRE SILVERWARE, STOVES AND RANGES SOLD AND REPAIRED. ERICKS ANI) GRATES FURNISHED AT SHORTEST NOTICE. GO TO Killen’s Restaurant 64 Montgomery Street, WHERE YOU CAN GET The Best Meal at the Lowest Price. MOSER, POSTER SON, SCAVENOE RS. OFFICES: iiiiinisi, 2iu:ij)M (Privy Vault), Sink) ami CeupauH Emptied and DMufartad. In all part) of Hudilou County, prou.pl and vUaup, CONTINUATION OF THE GRAND AUCTION SALE AT No- 12 East i4th Street, New York. BIG SLAUGHTER SALE OF OYER $250,000 WORTH OF FINE BRIC-A-BRAC, SILVERWARE AND FANCY GOODS, CONSISTING OF Bohemian Glassware, Majolica, Parian Marble, Lava, Terra Cotta Busts, Figures, Silver Knives, Forks, Spoons, Castors, Cake Baskets, Butter Dishes, Pickle Castors, &c. SALES AT 10:30 A. M. & 2 P. M. EACH DAY UNTIL, THE ENTIRE STOCK IS SOLD. REMEMBER THE PLACE, No. 12 East 14th St., New York. CHAS. A. FLETCHER, Auctioneer. AUCTION SALES. JOSEPH WARREN, Auctioneer WILL SELL ON Wednesday, April 24, At 2 p. m. on the premises, the two-story und base ment private brick residence and lot 2SX116, NQ.20S PACIFIC &YENUE House contains 20 rooms, nil improvements, etc. Terms easy and sale positive to the highest bidder. For all particulars inquire of JOSEPH WARREN; Auctioneer, office 381 Grove street.__ JOSEPH WARREN, Auctioneer, WILL SELL ON WEDNESDAY, APRIU 17, 1889, at 2 p. m., on the premises, the 8-story and cellar Double Tenement House & Lot, 26x70, NO. 19 BRUNSWICK STREET, next to the corner of Bright street. House has 22 rooms, water on every iloor Terms easy and sale positive to the highest bidder. For ail particulars enquire of JOSEPH WARREN, Auctioneer, 331 Groye Street, Jersey City._ JOSEPH WARREN, Auctioneer, WILL SELL ON WEDNESDAY, April 10, 1889, at 2 p. m., on the premises, the ELEGANT 3-STORY, BASEMENT AND SUB-CEL LAR, BRICK AND Brownstone Front Mouse, with all modern Improvements, on the northeast corner of Variek and York Streets. Terms very easy and sale positive to the highest bidder. For all particulars enquire of JOSEPH WARREN, Anctioneer. Office 381 Grove St._ JOSEPH WARREN,'Auctioneer, WILL SELL OX THURSDAY, April 11, 1889, at 2 P. M. on the premises, TWO FULL LOTS, kuown as Nos. 121 and 123 RAILROAD AVENUE JERSEY CITY, with an elegant, substantial Brick Factory building on lot 123; also a two story building in the rear of lot, and on lot No. 121 there is a bath house; ground is high and dry, and is located between Grove and Barrow streets, on Railroad avenue. Terms of sale easy and sale positive to the highest bidders. For all particulars enquire of JOSEPH WARREN. Auctioneer, 331 Grove street._ JOSEPH WARREN, Auctioneer, will ssll os MONDAY, APRIL 22d,l889 at 2 p. m., oil the premises, the 4-Story and Basement Brick Tenement House and 3-Story and Cellar Frame Honse, WITH LOT, 25x100, No. 186 WAYNE STREET, JERSEY CITY. Streets paved and sewered, etc. Terms easy and sale positive to the highest bidder. For all particulars enquire of JOSEPH WARREN, Auctioneer, Office 331 (4rove street. EXECUTORS’ SALE.” THREE PRIVATE HOUSES, On New York Avenue. JOSEPH WARREN, Auctioneer, W I LL SELL ON Tl'E&n.lV, April 33, At 2 p. m. on the premises, the three 2-story and cellar private residence Nos. 297,287 1-2 & 299 New York Ave. Terms easy and sale positive to the highest bidder, For all particulars enquire of JOSEPH WARREN. Avietionccr, 331 drove street. ___ JOSEPH WARREN, Auctioneer, WILL SELL ON THURSDAY, APRIL 18, At 2 p. m., on the premises, the 3-Story and Basement Brick Private Residence with lot 100 feet iu depth, NO. 211 FOURTH STREET, Between Grove aud Erie streets. Terms easy nnd sale positive to t he highest bidder. For all particu lnrs enquire of JOSEPH WARREN, Auctioneer. Office, 331 Grove street. _ Elegant Corner Store, Fiat and Vacant Property at Public Auction. JOSEPH WARREN, Auctioneer, WILL fOOJL ON MONDAY, APRIL 15, 1889, at 2 p. m., on the promises, the Four-Story and Cellar Doaile Flat House, S3 feet front and fit feet deep, NO. 491 €i HO VS STREET. Atul also Houses aud Lott Nos. 493 and 495 Grove, Street, ALSO TWO VACANT LOTS FRONTING ON PAVONIA AVKNCK. Thl» Is dcoldrdly tiu'greatt'.tupimrtuulty offered for .ttmilotora, •ml kIm> for lurMtimmt. Nothing Ua eauul In I ho fit} FOr all iwrUcilUr. •s<ftihn of JOsKPll WAHRKN, Aurtiunoor, Ro, Stt GROVE STREET. JERSEY CITY. JOSEPH WARREN, Auctioneer, WILL SELL OS TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1889, at 2 p. in., on the premises, One of fie fiaidsoiest Pieces of Property ON THE HKIGHTS, located on the southwest corner of Bramhall and Ocean Avenues, having a frontage of 115 feet on Bramhall avenue and 100 feet on Ocean uvenue, with the build lug* thereon, consisting of a private residence with four teen rooms and conservatory; also un elegant stable 1 and carriage house, and a new building with store, fronting on Ocean Avenue. This property cannot be surpassed for location, the beauty of its surround ings, etc., in any part of Jersey City. Street cars to Jersey City ferry pass the property every few min utes. For maps and all particulars enquire of JOSEPH WARREN, Auctioneer, No. 331 Grove Street, Jersey City. JOSEPH WARREN, Auctioneer, WILL SELL OS THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1889, at 2 p.m. on the premises, the 4-STORY, WITH STORE, TENEMENT HOUSE and large extension in the rear, and lot 25x103, No. 435 GROVE STREET, between Fifth and Sixth streets, Jersey City. 'Perms Easy and Sale Positive to the Highest Bidder. For all particulars, enquire of JOSEPH WARREN, Auctioneer. 331 Grove street, Jersey City. JOSEPH WARREN, Auctioneer, WILL SELL ON FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1889, t at 2 p. ra., on the premises, the 4-STORY, WITH STORE, TENEMENT HOUSE AND LOT, No. 73 Coles street, between 4th and 5th Streets, Jersey City. Streets paved and sewered. Terms easy and sale positive to the highest bidder. For all particulars, enquire of JOSEPH WARREN, Auctioneer. :fli Grove Street' Iphaetons, buggies, Surreys, Carts, Etc. SHAFFER’S, 390 Palisade Ave., J. C. Heights. Also, some Second-Hand ones on hand. C. M. CLERIHEW, ERIE GOAL YARD Cor. Twelfth and Henderson Sts. Telephone 243. Sea Foofl for k Mila, AT POST'S MARKET, 155 Warren Street, Bet. Montgomery and York streets. The only first-class Market in the city where you can get afl kinds of Sea Food. We have all brands of Oysters. Pure Cod Liver Oil. by the bottle, pint, quart or gallon. Orders by 't elephone promptly at tended to. Telephone Coll -ifiA, SEE THE ARTISTIC EFFECTS WE PRODUCE WITH OUR LOW PRICED GOODS. C- FTSK, WALL PAPERS, 138 YORK STREET. GEOMGE W. LAB AW, ARCHITECT! ROOMS U2 AND 93 WELDON BUILDING, 70 Montgomery Street. JJUDSON COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT. Horace B. Rawson ami ) Gf.o rue 6. Rawsos, Partners, I Action ou contract v. ( on attachment. Willi am KmifiL J Notice is hereby given that a writ of attachment at the suit of Horace B. Iiawsou and George S. Raw sou, partners in business as H. B. Rawwm it CoM against the rights and credits, monm and effects. Sootls and chattels of William Russell, a non-resident ebtor, for the sum of seventy•ttvedouars, issued out of the Hudson County Circuit Court ou the fifteenth day of March, lte®, returnable and returned into Court, duly executed by the Sheriff of Hudson county, ou the second day of April, 1&®. DENNIS McLAUGHLIN, Clerk. Wm B. gillmork. Attornoy. Dissolution of uupaktnershu*. - to whom It bitty couch ra:—TaWe tot Ice that the co ! partnership hetvu foie subsisting between Samuel | C\ 1 mlth mid John Smith, at S, G. Smith & Bro., has this day dissolved. All debts* f said portion-snip to date will be paid by tald Famucl 0. Smith, and oil bills owing to sold i Ann will be collected by him. Samuel C. Smith will oonUuud the business lately conducted bF *ttld c*y partnership at ti a same place, 1 No. ?U Newark avenue, Jw»dy CUy, N. j. i Dated J«noy CUy, N. J*. April «, 183*. 2STOXXCE. ITity Clftik's Office, ) City Hall. Hayoxx*, N. J.f> March Nith. 1889. ) Sealed Proposals Will be received by the Council of the City of Bayouue until TUESDAY, APRIL I6TH, 1889, at 8 o’clock p. rn., For the sale to the City for it* SINKING FUNDS the following Bonds, viz.:— $20,000.00 Tax Bonds and $10,000.00 City of Bay onne 20-Year Bonds. The City reserves the right to reject any or all proposal*. By order of the Council, W, C. HAMILTON, City Clerk. "W■ ■■■"» I I m mi ■ _ILiiliiHiggg PLUMBERS. M. A. SHANAHAN, Practical Plumber, Sanitary Work a Specialty. 515 Grove Street, Jersey City. AH orders promptly attended to, M. 3P.~M03Rii.Tsr Plumber tiutl Gas Fitter, 553 Grove Street, J. G. Estimates for all work cheerfully given and orders promptly attended to. , . , Repairs for stoves and ranges furnished. Also roofs, leaders, etc. made and repaired. PETER T. DONNELLY, PRACTICAL PLUMBER AHD. GAS FITTER, Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. 293 Washington Street, J. C. Estimates Furnished. All Work Guaranteed _ 3P. 3S. MA3RTI3Sr, Practical Sanitary Plumber AND STEAM FITTER. BEATERS ASD RANGES A SPECIALTY. 189 Montgomery St., Jersey City. GROCERIES, ETC. TAYLOB’S MILiTaNI) CREAM, 493 Grove Street. (Dairy Farm, Florida, Orange County, N. Y.) Dairy Milk, from String Valley, N. Y., received every day by express at 6 P. M. MARIE RIDGE DAIRY. (A. E. SLOCKBOWER) i Headquarters for PURE ORANGE COUNTV MILK AND CREAM, Fine Creamery Butter, Fresh Country Eggs, Etc,, 256 WARREN ST., J. C. Wm. Peter’s Lager Beer. ONION HILL, N. J. | Cheap Lots! Cheap Lots! VALUABLE CORNER LOT, 45 feet on York street by 40 on Henderson. Best stand In the city for a double flat, with two stores, suitable for butcher, grocer or any other busiuess. Previous owner was offered $$,UU0, but I will sell it for $5,250-HALF GASH. This is a very great bargain, or might build to salt tenant and give a long lease. Lots! Lots! Are going like hot cakes on Manning avenue, AT $650 EACH. I have only a few left. Intending purchasers had better hurry up, as they will be worth double shortly. Also, a few of the Fairmouut avenue lots left, 10* feet by 20, making near a full elty lot aud a half; ONLY $450. These lots will be very valuable as soon as the new elevated road is built and the Montgomery street cars run down to West Side avenue, which Is ex pected this Spring; also on the Hue of the uew Boule vard, which is soon to be laid out aud completed. EASY TK11MS FROM D. E. CLEARY, i Mi aiii Grove Sts., JERSEY CITY. Daft Electric Light Co., 115 BJUOAI>WAY, jc. Y. STATIONERY, ELECTRIC MOTORS, ELECTRIC RAILWAYS AND POWER STATIONS. STORARF. BAWF.RTFA A Rare Treat. ■ »««»* *»«» i Sunday Morning News. THE REGULAR SUNDAY EDITION OF THE N ow Appears in a N ew Shape. EIGHT PAGES Full of Spicy and Interesting Articles by Special Writers from all over the World. i m Price, Three Cents. IT CONTAINS: All the Social Events of the City. 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