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0. MATTERS INJWRTH HUDSON.
No Further Steps to Be Taken in the School dlatter at Present. S' The Weehawken school matter re A mains in abeyance, as the Trustees f want to obtain a legal opinion as to whether the steps they have already • wtaken are lawful. The next meeting (will bo held on the call of the chair, and it is expected to take place next Thursday evening. Breamed of a Blot. The Hoboken News yesterday pub lished a story of an alleged riot at the Weehawken ferry, in which it said knives and pistols were used. Judge Seymour said that it was prob ably based on the fact that he lined two men $10 for being disorderly per sons, but he knew nothing about a riot. The police book in the Weehawken station house shows distinctly that the men were only drunk and disorderly. f Candidates for Recorder. The new Council of West Hoboken will have for one of its first duties the appointment of Recorder, to fill the vacancy caused by the expiration of the term of Recorder Gravatt. Among the candidates are ex-Sheriff Rein hardt, who has been a J ustice of the I Peace for many years in the neighbor hood, Edward Ryerson and Daniel Hanley. To Be Whotded in a Barron*. Philip Muendel, the Guttenberg hotel keeper, agreed with Arthur Mehnke that if the Republicans were elected to wheel him around the town in a wheelbarrow. The bet lias not been paid yet, but the townsfolk are looking- forward to their fun yet. North Hudson Notes. The Newark Dramatic Association will play “Hazel Kirke” at St. Mary’s Hall, West Hoboken, on Wednesday evening next. The association is com posed of young amateur actors. The estate Of the late Jacob Geayer was sold 'at auction by Mr. C. A. Tis sot, of Hoboken, on AVednesdav last. Bidding was spirited and good prices were obtained. A confirmation class will bo held by the Rev. Mr. ShopDe at St. John’s Lutheran Church, Union Hill, tomor row afternoon. HE PAINTED HOBOKEN RED. Now Kulin Is Unable to Prove Who Rob t bed Him During the Proceeding. Justice Seymour’s little office in Hoboken was crowded yesterday after noon by waiters subpoenaed in the case of Franz Anno Kuhn, who ac cused Julius Nelson of entering into a conspiracy to rob him of $02. Kuhn told his story with great volubility. He came from Canada to Hobokeri last week intending to take passage on the Bremen steamer. In his pocket he had $50 in Canadian i bank notes and $12 in American money. Wishing to see the town Anno’Kuhn strolled into Hudson Hall and drank a few glasses of beer. An acquaintance took him thence to Nel son’s Hall, where his new friend intro duced him to some of the women in the place. Alter this Franz’s recollection is a little confused. But the fact that his nu?ney was gone was very forcibly im pressed upon him when Nelson, the proprietor, demanded the price of the drinks. These were the facts out of which Counsellor Leonard tried to make his case. Lack of sufficient evidence de terred Justice Seymore from deciding j the case one way or the other. Nelson, and Kenney, his barkeeper, | have been bailed, but the case is as good as quashed. Hoboken Notea. Carl Grimm’s attempt to paint Ho boken a lurid crimson last evening, was a dismal failure. His- wife had no sympathy with him, and Policeman Siebert put him under lock and key for safe keeping. The new exit from the “L” road at Hoboken ferry has greatly facilitated ' the travel on the road. The Hoboken Dramatic Association will reorganize shortly with the old members and on a firmer basis than ever before. The association will play in Jacobs’ in the fall. The Commencement exercises of the Academy of the Sacred Heart will be held at Jacobs’ Theatre this year. Work Is advancing rapidly on the new building of the Hoboken Land Improvement Company at the ferry. Rounseville Williams, the leader of Jacobs’ orchestra, is busily engaged m arranging a grand medley overture of national airs for Inauguration week. The body of Lieutenant Von Hen gel, who committed suicide in Busch’s Hotel yesterday afternoon, is still there unclaimed. The letters to his friends were mailed unopened. FLAMES DISCOVERED IN TIME. The Pennsylvania Depot Threatened with Destruction by Fire. The Pennsylvania Railroad depot in this city had a narrow escape from destruc tion tty Are this morning. Policeman Flannelly was passing the supply room of the Pullman Palace Car Company shortly after three o’clock,when fhe discovered a fire in the room. The firemen quickly got at work, and in a short time had the ftames confined to the room in which they were discovered. After an hour’s hard work the fire was * extinguished. The damage is estimated j at $1,000. A large quantity of wines and liquors were stored in the room. The prompt and f effective work of the Fire Department is all that prevented the fire from spreading to the whole building. The Old Foundry Mission. A supper was given to the converts at Old Foundry Mission last night. About one hundred and fifty sat down to the well loaded table. C. R. Drake, the superintendent, presided. Among the guests were some of the oldest converts, Including S. R. Wallace, A. D. Hillver and W. Crolvens, of Lafayette, hiiss Alice Johnston, assisted by Miss Crolivts, Miss Fisher and Mrs. Hillyer, sang sev eral solos. Mrs. Beebe, Kinney and Mrs. Robert Raper were the ladies who took < are of the guests. Tomorrow services will be as follows:— At seven a. in., Consecration meeting; at two p. m., Sunday school; at fonrp. m., preaching by J. Winant; at eight p. m!, preachiug by S. Barry, the once famous actor. The mission is on a sound standing now and is doing good work nightly. Mr. Thomas Hill, the founder, has made arrangements for having the place lighted by gas hereafter. Forester’s in Conclave. ■ Enterprise Conclave, No. 88, Knights of I Sherwood Forest, mot last night in Coop K er’s Hall in quarterly meeting. There was a large attendance of Sir Knights. A B communication was received from the ■ Supreme Conclave, ordering the election H of delegates to the convention of Sir Knights, to be heldin Minneapolis, Minn., in August next. The delegates will be elected In .Tune. An invitation was received from Catar act Conclave, of Paterson, to attend its picnic on Pflngster Monday, June 10. The invitation was accepted,' and the Sir Knights will attend in a body. After the meeting the Sir Knights were drilled by Commander John Hart. Drills will be con tinued on the second meeting night of each month. _ CHIIiDKEN HAVE A BAZAAR, Pretty Scenes Cast Kven lug at the Park llcforinect Church. A pretty sight was witnessed by visitors to the Park Reformed Church last night. A children’s bazaar was In progress and the Sunday school room was filled w ith merry children. The little people had charge of everything and they managed to make the affair a success. There were several tables covered with fancy articles of all descriptions; a candy table, a boys’ table and a table in charge of members of the Infant Class. The children in charge were:—Annie Lough ran, May Ward, Lnwez Perry, Rita Gray, Jessie Perry, Charles Dunie, Frank Wiley, Frank Grattan, Percy Steele, Frank White, Willie Garrettson, Edna Sweet, Floe Dnrkee, Addie Steele, Georgie Horstman and Mabel Smith. The tots were:—Dolly Sweet, Cenie Wild, Tottie Perry and Edith Jacobson. Tomorrow In the Churches. The Rev. John L. Scudder will preach at the Tabernacle Church, corner York and Henderson streets, in the morning upon “The Demands of the Age Upon the Ministry.” His evening topic will be ‘Gardening for Pleasure and Profit.” There will be services in the Bergen Re formed Church at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m., as usual. The pastor, the Rev. Cornelius Brett, will preach. At St. Paul’s M. E. Church, on Third street, the Rev. D. Halleron, pastor, there will be a communion service and recep tion of members at 10.30 a. m., service of song and prayer at 4 p. m., and preaching by the pastor at 7.30 p. m. Photographers Organize. The Jersey City Camera Club was or ganized at No. 40 Jewett avenue Thurs day evening. The following officers were elected:—A. Miller, president; W. Scott, vice-president; E. Malliet, secretary and treasurer. The clutf purposes to engage romns in the Weldon Building. It was formed to enable the members to perfect themselves in the photograph art. Any amateur wishing to become a member should address the secretary, E. Malliet, 76 Montgomery street. Rroker Mitchell Dead. E. P. Mitchell, who had been a member of the New York Stock Exchange since November 10, 1881, died last night at his residence in New York city. He Cometh Not, She Said. She is waiting in the darkness, she is waiting by the door, and she hears the sad sea moaning as it beats the sandy shore; and she hears the night bird crying, and the wailing of the trees, and upon her fevered forehead gently blows the southern breeze; but in vain she stands and listens for the coming of the one, who to her is prince and hero, who is brighter than the sun. Close the door, oh weeping lady, close the door and weep alone, to the sighing of the branches, to the ocean’s sullen moan; to the screaming of the night-bird, to the sobbing of the rain, as it falls like tears from heaven, plashing on the window pane. Let your eyes in is nigni do riversana your hair a mourning veil, let your soul float out to heaven in a wild, despair ing wail; for the footsteps of your hero do not echo on the shore, and to night you'll never see him, though you're waiting by the door; and you will not hear the music of the voice you love so well, you will only hear the moaning of the ocean's restless swell. Close the door, oh weeping lady, look no more for him you love, better look for home and comfort to the sombre sky above; to your side your love and hero all your watching cannot win, for he tried to paint the eity and the peelers ran him in.—Ne braska State Journal. The Hill Was Good. “Will you vote for my bill?” in quired the lobbyist of the legislator. “No, sir,” replied the latter; “your bill is a swindle.” “Why, man, you must have the wrong bill in mind. 1 mean this $3t) bill.” “Well, this appears to be a good bill,” said the legislator, after examin ing it critically, “i'll vote for it, of course. ”—Puck. P. H. HANLEY Is Chief IN TIIE FURIITURE and CARPET business in this city, as of course you known in his wigwam hangs the scalps of competitors. He became Chief by LEADING EVERYBODY in the quality of his goods, in moderation of his prices, and Easy Terms. Always the Best Goods, Always the Lowest Prices, — AT — P.H. HANLEY’S 41 Newark Avenue, JERSEY CITY. Ul!1 MB"_l-.L-ii1.1.--*11- JLJ-JLXi People’s Restaurant, 134 Montgomery Street. CHAS. BUNGARD, PROP. Meals ot all Hoars. The Cheapest in the City. Table Board $3 per week. Regular Dinner, aue. V-v •• v; i . .. <L. CALIFORNIA. ' PORT WINE - - - $2.00 and $3.00 per Cal. ANGELICA WINE. 82.00 per Cal. MUSCATEL WINE - 92.00 per Cal. , MADEIRA WINE. 92.00 per Cal. SWEET CATAWBA, $1.50 per Cal.; In BottlesflOc. Each. ZINFENDEL CLARET .... $4.00Doz. REISLINC WHITE WINE .... 84.00 Doz. CUTEDEL “ “ • 84.75 Doz. TUMEEJcllEinniLL, Grocers and "Wine Merchants, 23 & 25 NEWARK AVENUE, J. C. WARRUWS SALES. Auction Sales of Real Estate By JOSEPH WARREN, Auctioneer. MONDAY, April 15. -Elegant corner store, flat and vacant property, on the southwest corner of Grove st. and Pavonia ave. TUESDAY, April 16.—One of the handsomest pieces of property on the Height**, on the southwest corner of Bramhall and Ocean avcs., with private resi dence, stable, carriage house, etc., being in rise 1UU feet on Ocean av. aud 115feet on Bramhallav. WEDNESDAY, April 17-Three rimy and cellar double touement house, No. 19 Brunswick st. THURSDAY, April IS.—Three story and basement brick private residence, No. 211 Fourth st. MONDAY, April 22.—Four story aud basement brick tenement house, aud also a three story and cellar houae, No. 1S6 Wayne st. TUESDAY, April 23.—Administrators’ sale of three two storv and cellar houses, Nos. 297, 29?Ai And 299 New York ave. WEDNESDAY, April 24.—Private residence, with lot 28x116, No. 200 Pacific ave. AH the above sales will take place on the days | named, and at two o’clock p. ml, on the premises. For i all particulars enquire of JOSEPH WARREN, | Auctioneer; Office, No, 331 Grove st., Jersey City. jCijvguiiip comer swjre, fiat arm » Property at Public Auction. JOSEPH WARREN, Auctioneer, WILL SELL ON MONDAY, APRIL 15, 1889, at 2 p. m., on the premises, the Four-Stop and Cellar Doille Flat House, 33 feet front and 57 feet deep, NO. 491 GROVE STREET. And also Houses and Lots Nos. 493 and 495 Grove Street, ALSO TWO VACANT ROTS FRONTING ON PAVONIA AVENUE. This is decidedly the greatest opportunity offered for speculators, ana also for investment. Nothing Its equal in the city f’ot all particulars enquire or JOSEPH WARREN, Auctioneer, _No. 331 GROVE STREET. JERSEY CITY. JOSEPH WARREN, Auctioneer, WILL SELL ON TUESDAY, APRID 16, 1889, at 2 p. m., on the premises, Dae of tie Handsomest Pieces of Property ON THE HEIGHTS, located on the southwest corner of Bramhall and Ocean Avenues, having a froutage of 115 feet on Bramhall avenue and 1U0 feet on Ocean avenue, with the buildings thereon, consisting of a private residence with four teen rooms and conservatory; also an elegant stable 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 ON WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1889, at 2 p. m., on the premises, the 3-story and cellar Double Tenement Hrase& Lot, 25X70, NO. 19 BRUNSWICK STREET, next to the corner of Bright street. House has 22 rooms, water on every floor Terms eusy 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 THURSDAY, APRIL 18, At 2 p. in., on the premises, the 3- Story and Basement Bnci Private Resilience, with lot 100 feet in depth, NO. 211 FOURTH STREET, Between Grove and Erie streets. Terms easy and sale positive to the highest bidder. For all particu lars enquire, of JOSEPH WaRREN, Auctioneer. Office, 331 Grove street._ JOSEPH WARREN, Auctioneer, WILL SELL ON FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1889, at 2 p. m., on the premises, the 4- STORY, WITH STORE, TENEMENT HOUSE AND LOT, No. 75 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, 331 Grove Street JOSEPH WARREN, Auctioneer, wru. SELL os MONDAY, APRIL 22d,l889 at 2 p. m., on the premises, the 4-Story aid Basement Brick Tenement House aid 3-Sto r aid Cellar Frame House, 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 ah Grove street. EX E CU TORS’ SAL E. THREE PRIVATE HOUSES, On New York Avenue. JOSEPH WARREN, Auctioneer, WILL SELL ON TI JSSIMr, .1pril 88, At 2 p. m. on the premises, the three 2-story and cellar private residence Nos. 297, 297 1-2 & 299 New York ive. Terms easy and sale positive to the highest bidder, For all particulars onouire of JOSEPH WARREN. Auctioneer, 8S1 Grove street._ JOSEPH WARREN, Auctioneer, II 1UJJ ObliU V., Wednesday, April 24, At 2 P. m. on the premises, the two-story and base ment private brick residence and lot, 28x116, NO. 208 PACIFIC AVENUE House contains 20 rooms, all improvements, etc. Terms easy and sale positive to the highest bidder. For all particulars inquire of JOSEPH WARREN; Anctloheer, office 381 Grove street._ •JOSEPH WARREN, Auctioneer, WILL HELL OK 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 23x100, Ho. 485 GROVE STREET, between Fifth and Sixth streets, Jersey City. Terms Easy and Sale Positive to the Highest SKkter. For uli particulars, enquire of JOSEPH WARREN, Auctioneer, SSI Grove street, Jersey City. Carpets. NEW Spring Styles. We invite inspection of one of the most complete stocks of Carpets ever shown, in all the various qualities and newest popu lar styles and colorings. » The prices at which these goods are offered have never been so low; it is not unreasonable, therefore, to expect an advance will shortly take place. PRICE LIST, SPRING, 1889. Wiltons, from $1.30 per yd. Moquettes, from $1.23 per yd. Velvets, from $l.oo per yd. Body Brussels, from goc. per yd. Tapestry Brussels, 30c. per yd. Ingrains, from 43c. per yd. China Matting (40 yds), $5.00. Linoleum, from 73c. per yd. Oil Cloth, from 33c. per yd. Art Squares, Mats and Rugs at Equally Low Prices We solicit your patronage, and suggest an early selection. Country Orders Promptly Exeeuted. JOHN & JAMES DOBSON, Manufacturers, 40 and 4<2 West 14th St., NE?W YORK. NOTICE. City Clerk's Office, ) City Hall, Bayonne, N. J., V , March 26th, 1&)9. ) Sealed Proposals Will be received by the Council of the City of Bayonne until TUESDAY, APRIL I6TH, 1889, at 8 o’clock p. ra., For the sale to the City for its SINKING! FUNDS the folk)wing 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 proposals. By order of the Council, W. C. HAMILTON, .. CttyCtortb BLFMBEBS. M. A. SHANAHAN, Practical Plumber, Sanitary YVmit u SpecUiity. 515 Grove Street, Jersey City. _All orders promptly attended to._ M. 3P. MOStikK Plumber and Gas Fitter, 553 Grove Street, J. C. Estimates for all work cheerfully given and orders promptly attended to. Repairs for stoves and ranges furnished. Also 1*0018, lenders, etc. made and repaired. PETER T. DONNELLY, PRACTICAL PLUMBER Affl) GAS FITTER. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. 2B3 Washington Street, J. G. Estimates Furnished. All Work Guaranteed BP. 361. MA-XtriBST, Practical Sanitary Plumber AND STEAM FITTER. HEATERS Aid) RANGES A SPECIALTY. 189 Montgomery St., Jersey City. ^N CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY. Between Janies Murray and Timothy Murray, Coni plain ants, and Dennis Murray, Thomas Murray ami Cornelius Murray, Defendants. On bill ror partition. By virtue of a final docree of the Court of Chan cery of New Jersey, made in the above-entitled cause and lieariug date the twenty-ninth day of March, in the year eighteen hundred and eighty niue, 1 shall offer for sale at public vendue, at my office in the Weldou Building, No. 76 Montgomery street, Jersey City, New Jersey, on WEDNESDAY, the Eighth day of May next, at two o'clock in the afternoon, all (hat certain lot, tract or parcel of land and premises situate, lying and being in the City of Jersey City, in the County of Hudson and state of New Jersey, bounded and described as follows, viz.>—•Beginning at a point in the line drawn parallel with North Fifth (now Thirteenth) street and distant one hundred (100) feet southerly therefrom, ami one hundred (iu» feet westerly from Prospect (now Henderson) street: thence running easterly along said line parallel with North Fifth street thirty-six (36) feet to an alleyway of eight (8) feet lu width, extending to North Mfth street; (hence northerly along said alleyway forty-five (45) feet to another alleyway of five (5) feet in width, running westerly parallel to North Fifth street; thgnce westerly along tpc line of said alleyway last mentioned thirty-six (!») feet; thence southerly parallel, with Prospect street forty.-ttve (45) feet to the point or place of begin ning/ Together with all and singular the heredita ments anti appurtenance* to the said premises be ofiging or In any way appertaining. EDWARD 15. GILLMORE, Special Master in Chancery of New Jersey. Dated April 2d, 18W, I ■.. .. —.. j Wm. Peter’s Lager Beer. Palisade Brewery, UNION HILL, N. J. —,.. I... | Ml, , M Food for tie lillioii, AT POST'S MARKET, 155 Warren Street, Bet. Montgomery and York streets. The only first-class Market In the city where yon can get all kinds of Sea Food. We have all brands of Oysters. Pure Cod Liver Oil, by the bottle, pint, quart or gallon. Orders bv Telephone promptly at tended to. Telephone Call :»a. SEE THE ARTISTIC EFFECTS WE PRODUCE WITH OUR LOW PRICED GOODS. H. C.FISK, WALL PAPERS, 138 YORK STREET. 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 tyro stores, suitable for butcher, grocer or any other business. Previous owner was offered $8*000, but I will sell it for $5,259-HALF CASH. This Is a very great bargain, or might build to suit tcnaut and give a long lease. * Are going like Hot cakes an 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 Falrmotmt avenue lots left, 107 fteet by 20, making near a full city lot aud a half; These lots will be very valuable as soon as the new elevated road is built and the Montgomery street cars ruu down to West Side avenue, which is ex pected this Spring; also on the line of the new Boule vard, which Is soon to be laid out aud completed. EASY TERMS FROM D. E. CLEARY, EM aii Grove Sis, JERSEY CITY. GO TO Killen’s Restaurant 64 Montgomery Street, WHERE YOU CAN GET The Best Meal at the Lowest Price. MRS. J. HABERT, 436 Grove Street, J. C. New and Second Hand FURNITURE SILVERWARE, STOVES AND RANGES SOLD AND REPAIRED. BRICKS AND GRATES FURNISHED AT SHORTEST NOTICE. Daft Electric Light Co., 115 BROADWAY, N. Y. STATIONERY, ELECTRIC MOTORS, ELECTRIC RAILWAYS AID POWER STATIONS, STORA&E BATTERIES. AUCTIONEER, Justice of the Peace, Notary Public, Commissioner of Deeds and Ileal Kstate Agent. Offiee, 237 Newark Av., J. C. JJUDSON COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT. Horace B. Rawson and 1 Geoiiok S. Rawso.n, Partners, I Action on contract v. | on attachment. William Russell. J Notice is hereby given that a writ of attachment at the suit of Horace B. Rawson and George S. Raw debtor, for the sum of seveuty-five dollars, issued out of the Hudson County Circuit Court on the fifteenth day of March, lbSD, returnable and returned iuto Court, duly exeeutod by the Sheri) f of Hudson county, on the second day of April, lsny. UKNNiS McLaIiGliLIN, Clerk. Wm B. Gillmore. Attorney. Dissolution of co-partnership. — to whom It may concent;—Take no; ice that the co partnership heretofore subsisting between Samuel C. smith and John Smith, as S. Of. Smith & Bro., has i this itay dteolvetf. All debts of said partnership to date will be paid i by said Samuel C. smith,.aua.all bBIs owing to said I firm will be collected by him. Samuel 0. Smith will continue the business lately ! conducted by sold co-partnership at tl © same place, j No. yu Newark avenue, Jersey City, 2$ti J. S. C. SMITH. | Dated Jersey City, 2fw J., April C, i«x>. 1 A Rare Treat, 1 »»»»»♦» Sunday Morning News. . THE REGULAR SUNDAY EDITION GF THE : 'l N ow Appears in a N ew Share. EIGHT PAGES Full of Spicy and Interesting Articles by Special 'Writers from all over the World. Price, Three Cents. ■ * .. . rdmmniriffi ‘‘'^•5^*. , IT CONTAINS: ^ All the Social Events of the City. ♦♦»»♦♦»»»♦ National, State and City Politics; Cable and Telegraph Dispatches. ♦♦♦♦♦♦<♦♦♦ State Hews by Special Corres pondents. Trenton Legislation Magnified for the People. Bill Hye’s Latest Agonies. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Good Stories by Well-Known Authors. Short Special Stories, Witty Par agraphs.