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' THE NEWS OF HOBOKEN.
Mr. William Porter Entertains Some l’n
expected Guests.
The residence of William Porter,
No. 147 Bloomfield street, was be
sieged last night. It was a surprise
party arranged by some of his New
York friends. The parlors were
thrown open, the guests trooped in,
and there was music, singing, danc
ing and games. A good supper came
later.
The Committee of Arrangements
were Miss Hattie Britten, Miss Nellie
Porter, Miss Alice Babington, Miss
Lillie Haeey, and Miss Kate Riley.
Among the* guests were Miss Julia
Brennan, Miss Maggie Gleason, Miss
Kate Finken, Miss Lizzie Gueless, Miss
Lottie Bohempen, Miss May Koln,
Miss Annie Kurlin, Miss Mamie Dares,
Miss Louisa Spiers, Miss Mamie Kelly,
Mr. William Robinson, Mr. John
Fleecy, Mr. William iPorter, Mr. P.
Porter, Mr. W. Guilen, Mr. John
Rearnan, Mr. John Brittan, Mr.
R. Peters, Mr. Henry Peters. Mr.
Dennis Reardon, Mr. Andrew Brady
and Mr. Charles Robinson.
• y Active Oarsmen.
The Aetive Boat Club held a meet
ing in the boathouse last night and
elected the following officers for the
cqpaing season:—President, J. H.
Sehroeder; vice-president, J. E. Gun
kel; recording secretary, F. C. Luehrs;
financial secretary, Max Sckalscha:
treasure/, H. Fayen ; captain, W.
Hayter; lieutenant, H. Kraatz. The
treasurer’s report was read, which
proves that the club is in a good
financial condition.
The Firemen'. Convention.
The Firemen s Convention to nomi
nate a Chief and Assistant Chief for
the department will be held on Mon
day night. The election will take
place May 14. For Chief Engineer the
candidates are ex-Chief Kemp and
John D. Applegate, of Hoboken En
gine Company No. 1. For Assistant
Chief the following seek nomina
tion:—J. S. Hourigan, of Excelsior En
gine Company No. 2; N. Johnson, of
Liberty Hose, and J. Harrigan, of Ste
vens Hose. _
The Bowler’s Schedule.
The following schedule has been
arranged for the bowling tournament,
which will take place at Odd Fellows’
Hall, May 7:—
Mav 7, Hour vs. Young Men; Hours
vs. Hremont; Young Men vs. Fre
mont.
May 9, Spartan vs. Hawthorne;
Hour vs. Spartan; Hour vs. Haw
thorne.
May 11, Young Men vs. Spartan;
Young Men vs. Hawthorne; Spartan
vs. Hawthorne.
i May 14,-Fremont vs. Spartan; Spar
tan vs. Hour; Fremont vs, Hour.
May 16, Freemont vs. Hawthorne,
Fremont vs. Young Men; Hawthorne
vs. Young Men.
May 18, Young Men vs. Hour; Spar
tan vs. Young Men; Spartan vs. Fre
mont.
May 21, Hawthorne vs. Fremont;
Hawthorne vs. Hour.
Marshal Bernhardt’s Eagle Eye.
United States Marshal Bernhardt
has a sharp eye for crooks. The
steamship “Fulda,” of the North Ger
man Lloyd line, sailed for Bremen
from her dock in Hoboken this morn
ing and carried a large number of pas
sengers.
James Wilson, of No. 261 East 128th
street, New York, was also tliere. Mr.
Wilson is a well known crook and
Bernhardt had his eye on him. After
walking aimlessly along the dock two
or three times Wilson commenced
operations by getting his knife out
and cutting a big hole in a leather
valine and extracting some of its
contents. His actions after that were
of a very suspicious nature and when
Wilson had appropriated to himself
11 1 i __1.1 i_li
i iiy t.wxik’w vs*. vuw v^i utiv tiu T v uvi o
■which was lying on the dock, Bern
hardt-arrested him.
Recorder McDonough committed
him lor trial.
Hobolcen Briefs.
The Board of Education will organ
ize on Wednesday night, and the
Council at a session to be held in the
afternoon.
Tlie Hoboken Pishing Club will
have a run to City Island on Wednes
day next.
The amount paid to the Water Com
pany for the past year was $95,007.63.
The Council will hold a special meet
ing tonight.
The members of Trinity Church will
go to Iona Island for their annual ex
cursion, June 24. They have char
tered the steamer Long Branch.
The death rate in Hoboken last
month was unusually high, being 29.2
deaths to every 1,000 inhabitants.
There were 105 deaths, and the rate
was based on an estimated population
of'43.097. In the First ward there
were 23; Second ward, 12; Third ward
and St. Mary’s Hospital, 42; Fourth
ward 28.
Mr. August Hannibal and Miss Ber
tha Timken will be married at the
residence of ex-Mayor Timken, May
16. The Rev. D}\ Freund will offi
ciate,
The position of Poormaster Miller is
safe. However the caucus of the
Council is made up it is, said that he
will be reappointed.
The body of the man found drowned
at the foot of the Sixth street coal
dock was buried yesterday without
having been identified.
Arthur Seitz, Samuel A. Besson,
Thomas F. Hatfield, Edwin J. Kerr,
and Charles B. Riidolphy, will meet
tonight at the residence of Mr. Seitz,
No. 393 Park avenue, iorthe purpose
of forming a chess club.
Hoboken Council, No. 99, Royal
Arcanum, meets tonight at Odd Fel
lows’ Hall.
Advance Lodge, No. 84, A. O. U. W.,
met last night in the Masonic Rooms
at Odd Fellows’Hall. This is one of
the clubs that is getting a big member
ship at a rapid rate.
The third and most successful night
of Madame Jurisch’B fair for the
benefit of Christ Hospital was last
evening. Odd Fellows’ Hall was
crowded.
The annual inspection of Company
B, Captain Synles, took place last
night and many went to see it. Tney
made a very satisfactory showing.
William Eneke, a youth seventeen
years of age, was arrested on the com
plaint of Philip Hexamer for wilfully
breaking a buggy. The boy was un
der the influence of liquor and broke
the spokes with a baseball bat.
Confirmation services will be held
tomorrow . morning at the German
Evangelical Church. The Rev. Dr.
Freund will preach in the morning,
after which the candidates will be
confirmed.
Louis Borner, who has for some
time been the proprietor of Borner’s
Hall, No. 228 First street, is giving up
business, and will give a reception to
his friends tonight at the hall.
THE NEWS OF BAYONNE
Odd Fellows Give a Reception and Make
It a Success.
The members of Bayonne Lodge
No. 206, I. O. O. F., gave a reception
to their mothers, wives, sisters, daugh
ters and sweethearts in Arcanum
Hall, at Bayonne, last evening. Dele
gations from Greenwich Lodge No. 40,
of Brooklvn, and Mount Vernon
Lodge No. 176, of Bayonne, were also
in attendance.
Addresses were made by Captain
Frank C. Ludey, Captain George
Winehell and Messrs. G. Tinsdale,
Morgan Thomas, James Marks, Will
iam Milton, James Beardsley, John
Strowbridge, N. G., of Greenwich
Lodge, and William Reycraft, V. G.,
of Greenwich Lodge. Philip Beards
ley and Misses Jennie Marks and Jen
nie Ludey recited several selections,
Miss Frances Gilbert performed
upon the pianoforte, Messrs.
William G. Luce and H.
Mortimer Clark sang a number of
serio-comic songs, and Captain Win
ched delivered a humorous address.
After the merriment a banquet was
served. The event was under the
direction of a committee consisting of
Captain Winched, chairman; James
Beardsley, William G. Luce. James
Patton and H. Mortimer Clark.
Bayonettes.
During the past week, August
Mahnken, of Avenue D, has been en
tertaining his brother, Henry Mahn
ken, of Baltimore, Md.
Announcement has been made of the
engagement of Miss Julia Gardner,
daughter of Editor and Mrs. Edward
Gardner, of the Bayonne Times, to
Louis Muller, of West Fifth street and
Avenue C, Bergen point.
Mrs. Nathaniel C. Walker, of
Charleston, 8. C., is a guest of her
parents, City Clerk and Mrs. William
C. Hamilton, of Avenue C.
Edward Griffin, popularly known as
“Ned Walbron,” and Miss Phoebe
Rollston, daughter of Freeholder
James Rollston, were married several
days ago in New York city. Only the
immediate relatives of the young
couple attended the ceremony.
Mrs. Cornelia Ward, of No. 76 Ave
nue D, Bergen Point, has been extend
ing courtesies to her brother, the
Rev. John N. Simonson, of Chrisfield,
Md., and his son.
The Rev. J. M. Davis, of Jersey
City, will conduct the services to be
held tomorrow in the Bergen Point
Baptist Church.
Under the auspices of the Coral
lidam Society a musical recital will be
given on Friday evening, May 10, in
the lecture room'of the Bergen Point
Reformed Church.
Next Tuesday evening the Pamrapo
Bowling Club’s first team will bowl a
team from the Lafayette Bowling
Club, of Jersey City, on the latter’s
alleys, for an oyster and wine supper.
Miss Irene Amsburg, of New Haven,
Ct., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles
8. Graham, of Bergen Point.
A VICTIM TO HIS HONESTY.
James Gouldman’s Queer Adventure
with a Fiv© Dollar Gold Piece.
James Gouldman, of New York, was ar
raigned before Justice Stiising this morn
ing upon a charge of disorderly conduct.
Gouldman is in the employ of the Union
News Company to sell papers, candies,
etc., on the trains of the New Jersey Cen
tral railroad. Yesterday afternoon he
went through a train and sold an emi
grant twenty cents worth of candy, for
which he received in payment what he
supposed to be a $2.50 gold piece and he
gave the emigrant $2.30 change. When
e came to make his returns he found
the piece was of the value of $5. He sug
fested that a telegram be sent to the con
uctor of the train at Bound Brook
directing him to give the emigrant $2.60.
This morning, when Gouldman started
to go to work, Special Policeman Burke
ordered him to keep oft the trains until,
as he said, the company could investigate
thn rrnlrl niunu ti>Qnoor.HAn
Gouldman remonstrated at such treat
ment, and Burke arrested him. The Jus
tice paroled him.
Junk Dealers Organize Slowly.
The junk dealers of this city have con
cluded to form an association, and a pre
liminary gathering was held at Germania
Hall, First street, last night. Few were
present, and no move was made toward
the desired end. A meeting will becalled
inafew days. Those who are interested in
the matter are James McCann, Peter
Rooney, Dennis McGee, Michael O’Brien,
Louis Cintie, Peter Mcllroy, Louis Eislen,
Jumes Devlin, Billy Hallesy, Philip Calla
ghan, F. W. Zeiger, Dennis Sullivan. Den
nis O’Grady, D. D. Sullivan.
O’Reilly’s Excelsior Oat Tonic. The best
nerve anil brain tonic in the world. Motels,
druggists, grocers and saloons sell it, or send to
the manufacturers for it. 339 and 831 Newark
uve., Jersey City.*.*
THE NEW JERSEY
TITLE, GUARANTEE UNO TRUST CO.
Makes searches ahd guarantees titles for one cost.
Particulars at my office, 55 Montgomery st.
FRANK STEVENS, Auctioneer,
Partial List of Property
♦ To be sold
AT PUBLIC AUCTION
BY FRINK BYEVENS,
Office 55 Montgomery st.,
ON
THURSDAY, MAY 16, ’89,
at 2 o’clock p. m., sharp, at the
JERSEY CITY REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.
No. 47 Montgomery st.
Real [state, Stocks and Bonds
AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
Stock List made up prior to Monday, May 18.
EXECUTOR’S SALE.
By order of H. Louderbough, Executor, Estate of
John McEIdery, deceased, of
VACANT LOTS ON VIRGINIA AVE., NORTH AND
SOUTH SIDE. WEST OF BERGEN AVE., 25x187,
AND 25x147, MORE OR LESS'EACH.
Street is graded, curbed and guttered, also water
and gas. Convenient to horse and steam cars. Easy
terms.
AT AUCTION.
BY ORDER PF DEVISEE UNDER WILL OF H. B.
MAHN. DECEASED.
BUSINESS OR FACTORY PROPERTY.
70 AND 72 HUDSON ST., EAST SIDE!,
Between Grand and Sussex streets, on a part of the
old copper works of Thomas Gannon, deceased
Tlie river front, two two-story Brick Buildings, lots
and buildings 23x100 feet each. All improvements
in street. Easy terms.
AT AUCTION.
Two Frame Dwelling properties and two lots, plot
45 feet 5 In.x95, more or less.
88 and 83 Jefferson ave., south westeslv side,between
Oakland and Central aves.
Street is graded, sewered, curbed, guttered and
flagged; convenient to horse cars and elevated rail
road. A great burgain for cash.
AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
Kaps aud particular, of Tel. call 33.
IK AN K STEVENS, 00 Montgomery St.
We Solicit Ifour Trade,
and can assure you that you will not meet with
better treatment anywhere than we will give you.
OUR EXTENSIVE STOCK OF
FURNITURE, CARPETS
AND
Housefurnishing Goods
offers the largest facility for choice, both in goods
and grades, and is in all respects representative of
the best the markets offer.
PRICES LOW.
TERMS VERY EASY
this season, and if we suit you in other things, as
we surely can, price won’t stand in your way.
Come and talk to us.
P. H. HANLEY,
41 Newark Avenue,
NEXT TO CITY HAUL.
FURNITURE
TWELVE SHOW ROOMS.
We sell Furniture of relia
ble quality only, and present
an unequalled assortment
of the latest home and for*
eign productions, suitable
for both city and country
homes. All goods marked at
moderate prices and in plain
figures.
R. J. HORNER & CO.,
Furniture Makers and Importers,
61, 63 and 65 West 23d St.,
NEW YORK.
_ AMUSEMENTS. ~
NEW ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
WILLIAM HENDERSON, Proprietor.
TONIGHT, LAST PERFORMANCE
Mrs. JAMES BROWN POTTER,
Romeo and Juliet.
NEXT WEEK-Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
Matinee Wednesday,
LOST The Thrilling Comedy Drama,
IN AVAST RIVER OF REAL WATER.
NEW
JVAV* AN ACTUAL STEAMBOAT
YORK Running at Full Speed.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
_MAGGIE MITCHELL.
H.R. Jacobs’ HobokenTheatre
Last Performances of the Grand Centennial
Attraction,
TONIGHT AND TOMORROW,
MATINEE AND EVENING SUNDAY,
MAY 5, 1889,
KATE PURSSELL,
and her Strong Company of Dramatic and Musical
Artists.
NEXT WEEK,
J. XX. WAXiIjIOK
and His Celebrated ACTING HORSES.
Academy. 23c., soc.
CADEMY. 75c., $1.
Gilmore & Tompkixs.Proprietors and Managers.
DENMAN A-4 DENMAN
THOMPSON. T THE 0Ld ^ THOMPSON.
^ H—O—fl-E-S-T—E-A—D. £
Wednesday and Saturday Matinees. Seats ready
to April A).__
-NIBLOS. _ 50c
MR. E. O. GILMORE. I Reserved Seats.
Lessee and Manager. Orchestra Circle.
1 Balcony.
Centennial Week,
. “ZIG-ZAG.”
Wednesday Matinee at 2.
Grand opera house.
Take the Erie Ferry .foot of Pavonla avenue.
Reserved Seats, Orchestra Circle and Balcony, 50c.
Wednesday Matinee. Saturday Matinee.
CLARA MORRIS.
VITANTED—TWO LADIES AS PARTNERS BY A
well known comedian, author aud vocalist, to
bring out the most beautiful act ever seen on the
vaudeville stage. Must be first-class singers. Ad
dresa Comedian, Jersey City News office
THE TURF.
HUDSON COUNTY RACING ASSOCIATION,
GUTTENBERG, N. J.
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Take car
to Union Hill from Hoboken Ferry, direct to track
without change. First race atl.3U o'clock. Admission
50 cents. Ralu or Shine.
S. WHITEHEAD, Secretary.
^LIFTON, N. J., RACES.
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY.
Special trains Erie R. R., foot of Chambers street.
N. Y.. 11.30, 12, 12.30 and 1 p. m. 23rd street five
minutes earlier.
James McGowan, Sec. Q. H. ENQEMAN, Pres.
BASEBALL, OAKLAND PARK.
MONDAY, MAY 6th,
NEW HAVEN vs. JERSEY CITY.
Game Called 4 p. m. Admission, 25c.
Ladles Free.
rpo WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.—PURSUANT TO
X the provisions of an act of ifae Legislature of
the State of New Jersey, entitled, "An act to author
ize persons to change their names," approved Feb
ruary twenty-fourth, in the year eighteen hundred
and seveuty-six, notice Is hereby given that I shall
apply to the Circuit Court of the county of Hudson,
at tue Court House, iu Jersey City, iu the State or
New Jersey, on Saturday, the eighteenth day of May
next, at ten o’clock In the forenoon, or as soon
thereafter as I can be heard, for au order to author
ize me to assume another name, to wit, the name of
Eleanor B. GlfTord.
NELLIE B. GIFFORD,
by
Geobue Gifford,
her next friend.
No. 297 Bergen avenue. Jersey City, N. J.
—Dated^prlHth^BS^i—__
JJUDSON COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT.
Horace B. Rawson and ")
George 9. Rawsox, Partners, I Action on contract
v. f on attachment.
William Russell. J
Notice Is hereby given that a writ of attachment
at the suit of Horace P. Kawson and George 9. Raw
son, partners iu business as H. B. Rawson A Co.,
against the rights and credits, moneys and effects,
goods and chattels of William Russell, anon-resident
debtor, for the sum of seventy-live dollars. Issued out
of the Hudson County Circuit Court on the fifteenth
day of March, 1BS9, returnable and returned Into
Court, duly executed by the Sheriff of Hudson
coumr. ou th. “ Clerk.
Wm B. Gillmore, Attorney.
1 .
IT IS GREATLY TO YOUR INTEREST
To examine at once and make an early selection from the
large line of bargains we are offering.
Per Yd. Worth.
All-Wool Ingrains.at 66c. 80c.
Superfine Ingrain. 46c. 60c.
Tapestry Brussels. 66c. 75c.
Tapestry Brussels. 66c. 90c.
Body Brussels. $1.06 $1.26.
Velvet. $1.00 $1.26.
Axminster. 81.16 81.60.
Royal Wilton. . SI.60 ©2.25.
ALSO, CHINA MATTINGS IN GREAT VARIETY, LINOLEUM, RUGS, &C., AT VERY LOW PRICES
Our special sales have always attracted a large number of buyers from all parts
of the city and country. This is the largest quantity and finest line of patterns we
have ever offered at retail at such LOW DOWN PRICES. Being the product of
our own factories, we warrant every carpet as represented. OUR NEW PATTERNS
FOR THIS SEASON embrace many Choice Novelties and New Colorings suitable to
present style of furnishing.
JOHN & JAMES DOBSON
MANUFACTURERS,
401X0 42 WEST FOURTEENTH STREET, NEW TORN.
THE
SUNDAY
MORNING
NEWS!
WILL CONTAIN
TOMORROW
A Full Report of the
Arpiit Dp Die CDarier
Question
Before the Supreme Court at
Trenton; besides all the other
LOCAL, TELEGRAPHIC
AND FOREIGN.
AMONG THE SPECIAL FEA
TURES OF THE DAY
WILL BE
Bill Nye’s Latest Agony,
The Wild Huntsman’s Bride,
An Attractive Story;
Centennial Poetry,
A Collection of the Various
Lyrics of the Great Cele
bration;
Actors and Actresses,
All the Theatrical Gossip of
the Day;
Fashion Notes,
For Men and Women;
Personal Gossip,
Pictures of Washington Life.
Social News
OK JERSEY CITY.
i
Racing, Baseball
and Athletics.
Horses Worth Backing,
Jersey City News Selec
tions; Also,
The Baseball Scorebook Cou
pon,
Entitling every reader to a gift
of the Jersey City News Baseball
Schedule and Scorebook, the
most convenient and useful
present ever offered to the lovers
of the National Game.
-THE
SUNDAYMORNING NEWS
Price, 8 Cent*.
ORDER IT FROM YOUR
NEWSDEALER TODAY.
^GROCERIES, ETC.
GLOCK'S MARKET,
The Favorite place for families to get
their Groceries, Meats and Provisions,'
No, 176 Mercer Street,
R. H.WE AVERT
MANUFACTURER OF
AWNINGS,
^FLAGSs
of all nationalities.
Horse, Truck and Wagon Covers.
DANCING CRASH FOR HIRE.
26 and 28 Gregory Street, J. C.
SEE THE ARTISTIC EFFECTS
WE PRODUCE WITH OUR
LOW PRICED GOODS.
H. C.HSK,
WALL PAPERS,
138 YORK STREET.
J. E. WTEBEIl,
RESTAURANT AND DINING-ROOM.
TABLE BOARD, *3.50 PER WEEK.
356 Grove Street, Jersey City.
—„■■■ ,,, Tables |^>rve^^<^|||||M||MMM
asm m asA a ■aes a* a m m
A LAnuc olUUA
- OF
Rugs, Lace Curtains,
Clocks,
Rogers’ Silverware,
AND OTHER USEFUL
HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES,
FOR
CASH OR ON TIME.
Call and Examine Them.
GEORGE E. WATSON,
51 Montgomery St.
NOTICE ISTIIEREBY GIVEN
THAT THE
WATER RENTS
FOR THE YEAR
1889=90
Will be due and payable at the office of the Regis
trar of Water Works, corner Jersey avenue
and Mercer street, ou the
First Day of May, 1889.
PENALTIES
For non-payment will be added as follows:—
On All Rents Remaining Unpaid on the
1st day of July following:—1 per cent.
On the 1st day of September:—
2 per cent.
And on the 1st day of November:—
3 per cent.
Interest at the rate of 7 per cent, per annum will
be added to all
Rents Remaining Unpaid
ON THE
20th Day of December Following.
Water Rents for 1889-90
will not be received from property in arrears
until such arrears are paid.
MARTIN FINCK, Clerk*
JERSEY CITY. April SO, 1S39.__
Sea Foofl for the Mill,
AT
POST'S MARKET,
155 Warren Street,
Bet. Montgomery and York streets.
The only first class Market In the city where you
can get all kinds of Sea Food. W e have all brands of
Oysters. Pure Cod Liver Oil, by the bottle, pint,
quart or gallon. Orders by Telephone promptly at
e ruled to. Telephone
HENRY HAASE,
Practical Boot and 8hoe Maker.
A t* SHOE, made to order, roy ipeclaUy.
93 Montgomery St., J. C.
My own make constantly on hand.
DWYER’S ORCHESTRA.
Mdsic Furnished for Picnics
Balls, Sociables, Etc.
brass bands a specialty
NO. 7 MERCER SI., J. C.
BOS. r. DWYER, .... • Deader
CASH OR CREDIT.
SPRING OPENING
OP
Furniture, Carpets, £c.
MULLINS & CO.
l!l ( 123 lewart lit , Jtrse, Cit,.
Owning the Property we Occupy,
AND HAVING
UNLIMITED CAPITAL,
We are determined to ^
Lead the Market, Sell Cheaper, ,
And Give Better Terms of Credit J
THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN AMERICA.
All parties are respectfully invited to make us a visit of inspection, price
our goods in the various departments of our establishment, and they may rest
assured of being politely waited on, whether they purchase or not.
OUR STOCK CONSISTS OP
Furniture, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Matting, Bedding,
Stoves, Ranges, Baby Carriages, Refriger
ators, Lamps, Crockery, China,
Glassware,- Clocks, etc.
The stock has been specially prepared for the Spring Trade. Every ta«t«
can be gratified and every style found in profusion.
The Garpet Department
contains an elegant assortment of Axminsters, Moquettes, Wiltons, Velvets, —
Body Brussels, Tapestries of the latest styles and Choicest Patterns, with
Superb Borders to match.
Also a full line of Ingrain Carpets, Smyrna and Turkish Rugs, Linoleum,
CREDIT GIVEN at CASH PRICES.
MULLINS & CO.
CALIFORNIA.
PORT WINE ... $2.00 and $3.00 per Gal.
ANGELICA WINE.$2.00 per Gal.
MUSCATEL WINE - $2.00 per Gal.
MADEIRA WINE. 82.00 per Cal.
SWEET CATAWBA, $1.50 per Cal.; In Bottles50c. Each. «.
ZINFENDEL CLARET ... - $4.0COoz.
REISLING WHITE WINE ... - 84.00 Doz.
GUTEDEL “ “ - ■ 84.75 Doz.
TDMBfi’&BBlJSLL, '
Grocers and Wine Merchants,
23 & 25 NEWARK AVENUE, J. C.
_ SHERIFF’S SALE.
SHERIFF'S SALE—HUDSON CIRCUIT COURT.
John H. Keeney and Everett W. Keeney, part
ner, etc., vs. John O’Keefe, builder, and Bridget
O’Keefe, owner.
On Contract. On Mechanic’s Lien.
FI. fa., etc.
Returnable first Tuesday, April, 1839.
Bowen and Dennin, Attorneys.
SHERIFF’S SALE-HUDSON CIRCUIT COURT.
0 Thos. J. Cogian vs. John O’Keefe.
On contract.
Fi. Fa., etc.
Returnable May 7th, A. D„ 1889.
M. T. Newbold, Attorney.
By virtue of the above stated writ to me directed
and delivered, I have levied upon and shall sell
by public vendue at F. Q. Wolbert’s Real Estate
and Auction Rooms, No. 47 Montgomery street,
Jersey City, on
THURSDAY, the twenty-third day of May next
at two o’clock In the afternoon, all the right,
title and estate of the above named defendants,
John O’Keefe and Bridget O’Keefe, In and to all the
following described laud and premises, with the ap
purtenances, that is to say:-—
The two story frame apartment house twenty-five
feet by forty feet on a lot of land or curtilage situ
ate in the City of Jersey, in the county of
Hudson, and State of New Jersey, and more par
ticularly described as follows:—Beginning at the
southwesterly corner of Ocean anti Bramhall
avenues; thence (1) southerly along the westerly line
of Ocean street one hundred (100) feet: thence (2)
westerly on a course parallel with Bramhall avenue
one hundred and twenty-five (125) feet; thence (3)
northerly parallel with Ocean street one hundred
(100) feet to the southerly line of Bramhall avenue;
thence (4) easterly along the southerly line of Bram
hall avenue one hundred and twenty-five (125) feet
to the place of beginning.
Dated April 13, 1889.
ROBERT DAVIS, Sheriff.
SHERIFF’S SALE-IN CHANCERY OF NEW JER
SEY.
Between Elizabeth A. Bramhall, complainant, and
William Ely Bramhall et alM defendants.
Fi fa., for sale of mortgaged premises.
Returnable February Term, 1889.
Collins and Corbin, solicitors.
By virtue of the above stated writ to me dLected
ana delivered, I shall sell by public vendue at F. G.
Wolbert’s Real Estate and Auction Rooms, No. 47
Montgomery street, Jersey City, on
THURSDAY, the Ninth day of May, A. I>. 1889,
at two o’clock in the afternoon, all the following de
scribed laud and premises with the appurtenances,
being the same described in said writ, that is to
Baiil the following described lots, pieces or parcels
of land and premises, situate, lying and being in
Jersey City, in the County of Hudson and State of
New Jersey, which are known and distinguished on
a “map of property belonging to E. A. Bramhall and
J. W. Dwight, Greenville, Jersey City, N. J.,” made
by J. W. Soper & Co., civil engineers and surveyors,
July, 1873, as lots numbered twenty-three (23),
twenty-four (24), twenty-five (25), twenty-six (26),
tweuty-seven (27), twenty eight (28), twenty-nine (29),
thirty (30), thirty-one (31), thirty-two (32), thirty-three
(331. thirty-four (34), thirty five (33), thirty-six (86),
thirty-seven (87), thirty-eight (88), thirty-nine <39),
forty (40), forty-one (41), forty-two (42), forty-three
(43), forty-four (44), forty-five (45), forty-six (46). forty
seven (4i), forty eight (48), forty nine (49), Arty (50)
fifty-one (51), fifty-two (52), fifty-three (33), fifty-four
(54), fifty-five (55), fifty-six (56), flfty-seveu (57), fifty
eight (58), flfty uiue (59). sixty (60), sixty-oue (61).
sixty-two (62), sixty-three (03), sixty-four (64), sixty
five (65), sixty-six (66), sixty-seven (67), sixty eight
(68), sixty-nine (lv), seventy (70), seventy-one (71), and
,.ivan»tr.turn nn hlnnlr fi VA IU lulrl
ucwn on said map.
Dated March 80th, 1889.
ROBERT DAVIS. Sheriff.
QHKKlt'K’S BALE.—NEW JERSEY SUPREME
O OOUHT. , , ,
Aaron j . Bach al v§, George Handel.
On Contract.
M. fa., itc.
Retnrnaoie June Terpi, 1889.
R. B. Seymour. Attorney.
By virtue of the above stated writ, to me directed
ana delivered I have levied upon and shall sell by
public vendue at P. G. Wolbert’s Real Estate and
Auction Rooms, No. 47 Montgomery street, Jersey
City, on
THURSDAY, the sixteenth day of May next,
at two o’clock in the afternoon, all the fight, title
and estate of the above named defendant, George
Handel, In and to ail the following described land
and premises, with the appurtenances, that is to
8aj£il that certain lot of land and premises situate,
lying and belug in Jersey City, In the county of
Hudson and State of New Jersey, and which on a
map of Jersey City, Hudson county. New Jersey,
made by A. Clerk and R. C. Baeot, City Surveyor.
1848. Is designated as lot numbered seventy-one [71]
on York street in block number forty-four [44] being
twenty-five feet [25 ft.] wide in front and rear ana
one hundred feet deep on each side.
Being the same premises conveyed to George
Handel by Caroline Doremus by deed dated Sept.
1, 1883, and recorded in the Hudson Co. Register’s
Office, in Book 409, page 116, etc.
Dated April 6th, 1 . ROBERT DAVIS sheriff.
LAWYERS.
T' HOMAS F. NOONAN. JR., LAWYER. OPPOSITE
Court House, Jersey City Height*.
HENRY F. BARNING,
Carriage, Wagon and Pictorial Sign Painter.
155 Pavonia Avenue, J. C.
New Carriages; also, Second hand Wagons and
Carriages bought, sold or exchanged.
Express Wagons Painted at the lowest rates.
JOHN DUST,
—Dealer in
Beef, Veal, Mutton,
❖-o
lamb and pork, poultry,
VEGETABLES, ETC.
6
263 Grand St., near Grove.
CORPORATION NOTICES
CORPORATION NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that on the 17th day of De
cember, 1888, application was made to the Board of
Public Works by Henry Meyer and others for the
IMPROVEMENT OF SUMMIT AVENUE
between South street and Paterson avenue (or Se
caucus road), in the following manner, Including
all intersections:—
To have the street for th efull width thereof graded
to the established grade by excavating or filling the
same to the established grade
To have new 20-inch curb set on either side
thereof.
To have the present curb reset and new 20-inch
curb set where necessary.
To have the carriage way paved with Belgian ~ ,
block pavement. ; >
To have new bridge-stone crosswalks laid. ^
And all other work that may be necessary for the
now of the surface water and to complete the im
provemeut iu a good and substantial manner. • 0
vfnthato? the 19th °f April
1889. the Commissioners of Assessment filed their
8ketch showing what property will
probably be assessed and tne probable amount of
benefit to each lot or parcel of land, also the prob
able amount of assessment per foot of frontage for
^eK?,a‘dii»n»,ro*rem?nt; and tne same Is now open to
f f l,hu offlt;e ot.thv Clerk of the
*hnr Public Works; and notice is also given
}“®£ following street or avenue or particu- 1
ifamely^* thereof> are included iu said assessment, tj
mad niIJa^VENUECfrom South street to Secaucus 1 1
road.or Paterson aveuue. 5:*a |
BLEECKER STREET and Paterson street from H
“VeUUe “ polnt 158 teet west °r aSS J
CONGRESS STREET, on the »outh side, from Pas- 'i*
Mlo avenue to a point 158 feet west of Summit »vj ,
CONGRESS STREET, on the north aide from .
Seet'weai'oT'sXnUtavSnS? to u'polut 158
Sm“mU«venuTeKEET'fr0ma POl°t 350 ,ee* «“*<*
m^CRTH STREET, from a point 356foet eastof Sum
ttvenue?UUe l° a p0,Ut **feet
IRVING STREET, from a point 856 feet east of
Summit avenue to a nolnt ivr d
•venue. ---
I f POPLAR STREET. Grace street and
•treet, from n point 337 feeteuetofSummltfSSXS
to a point 125 ffeet west of Suimnlt .irSS?"
uolnt 273 feet mUtof Sum
S5r* kud the meetiug room the Board of Public
88 the time aud place when
and where the Board of Public Works will meet to
roimmm^frieg lutt‘re®ted ih said application, aud all
mLy Ke^eflXitting‘,aid UuprOVWn€nt th*‘
By order of the Board of Public Works,
Dated, Jersey City. Apr.® PINCK’ '
J^OTICK TO FOUNDRYMEN.
of New Jersey *
4{**J}* ?2! }en^£8 of 6 ineh cast iron water Dine
o«n jen*$^8 ** -inch cast irou water nine 4
'nffth8 10-inch cast iron waterline
ggp&SSadk J
22a p^sxin the °rder °f «^n& I
££„el& °2Jclal wU1 >» received u surety
By order of the Boerd of Public Work*.
Dated Jereey City, May jfiss.™ clerk
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