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GOOD WORK DOXE A T THE ODD FEL LOWS’ DOME.’, The Coining National Convention of the A. O. H.—Jersey City Court the Third In the State in Size.—Items From a Number of Local Secret Societies. The Odd Fellows’ Home at Trenton is an ornament to the order in this State, and, although less than five years old, has proved a shelter to a number of the members. The idea first started among the members of Columbia Lodge, of Hoboken, whose delegates brought the matter before the Grand Lodge at the session of 1884. Mayor Grassman, of Hoboken, who was then the grand master, appointed a committee, who drafted a constitu tion and by-laws for the government of the proposed Home, and they com pleted their work to the entire satis faction of the Grand Lodge. A charter was secured and the Odd Fellows Home was made a separate and dis tinct body. A fine old mansion was secured on Pennington avenue. Tren ton, surrounded by nine acres of land, all for the sum of $8,500, and the Home was started on April 1. 1887. The next thing to do was to induce the lodges of the State to become members of the association, with only fair success at first; but now ♦hoc.-, are sixtv lodees and five encampments. At the present there nre nine inmates in the Home. I he lodges that became members of the Association contribute toward the support of the institution, which en titles them to send members to it’s shelter. The Home is under the supervision of a Board of Managers who manage it with great success. One of the members of the Board, W. H. Allen, P. G., of this city, has been an active worker in the cause from the beginning. Mr. Allen is a member of Jersey City Lodge and also Grand Conductor of the Grand Lodge, and is one of the best known Odd Fellows. He has been superintendent of the Hudson River Ice Co. for some years. The other members of the Board live in other parts of the State. Among the more prominent lodge members in this city who work in the interest of the Home are:—Fire Com ► missioner S. D. Mills, of Monticello Lodge; R. T. Richards, of Farnsworth Lodge; Henry Puster, of Lincoln Lodge, and Joseph Eltringhnm, of Onward Lodge. The National Convention of the A. O. H. of the United States will meet in Tammany Hall, New York, on Tuesday, May 14. The delegates from the county of Hudson are William Sheridan, national delegate; Owen Carroll, county delegate; Will iam Burke, financial secretary; Martin Geer, recording secretary; James Car roll, treasurer. Delegates—Division No. 1, Thomas Cox; Division No. 2, Owen Mullins; Division No. 3, James Cleary; Division No. 4, Dominick Reynolds; Division No. 5, John Davey; Division No. 6, John Connelly; Division No. 8, John O’Brien; Division No. 9, Patrick J. Lillis; Division No. 11, John McGinnis; Division No. 13, Patrick Kane; Division No. 14, Pat rick Connors; Division No. 15, Janies Flanagan; Division No. 16, Miles Ferick; Division No. 17, Martin Cas i sidy; Division No. 19, James Culley; Division No. 20, Bernard Kellaher. Mr. Martin Flynn, a prominent Forester, is expected home about the 10th inst. third in size in the United States. There are 425 members now in good standing. There is considerable rivalry among the members of Court Paulus Hook, A. O. F., as to who will secure the gold medal to be presented to the brother who brings in the largest num mer of members. Pastmaster Kelly is said to be one | of the most zealous workers in Court Hamilton, A. O. F. The members of Court Grove, A. O. F., had a sort of love feast at the close of the last business meeting. Among the guests were Chief Ranger Gregouious and P. C. R’s Cullen and La Pont, of Court Hoboken. Each one made a speech, and P. C. R. La Pont touched on the color question. He seconded Chief Ranger Crotty in his remarks upon that subject. During the past quarter thirty new Courts of Foresters have been insti tuted in the United States, and during the year, 164. The endowment fund is |j well supported by the |order in gen eral, but should be looked into by each member. During the past, year $11,726.75 has been pam out in death claims. It only costs a member from $5 to $15 per year, according to age. Those courts of the Foresters’ who ■wish to make amendments to the gen eral laws should send the proposed amendments at once to the High Court at Minneapolis, there to be filed in readiness for the next session of the High Court in August. At the last meeting of Court Em v mett, A. O. F., twenty-five members were received, who intend to become charter members of a new court, which some of them think of christening Court Centennial, in honor of the late centennial demonstrations. A love feast is to held at the room of Court Astley this evening. Chief Ranger Crissy will perform the song and dance act. A fine musical and literary enter tainment will be given by Woodland Lodge, Knights of Pythias, at their castle hall, Fairmount avenue, next Friday night. Some of the best talent in the city has been secured. Charles E. Gline, the organist of the lodge, will have charge of the music. Palestine Division, Uniform Rank, Knights of Pythias, feel very proud > of the prominent position which they occupied in the Centennial parade oil Wednesday. They were at the head p of Division A. At the recent Masonic jubilee, held K in New York, two of our local celeb rities covered themselves with glory at the musical and literary entertain ment, held at Beethoven Hall, under the auspices of Columbia Lodge, No. 484, F. and A. M. Mr. Maurice H. Marks recited “Spartacus” with fine effect, and Mr. George F. Higgins sang in his usual fine style “Wrecked and Saved.” As an encore he sang “Christmas Cake.” Both are lodge i“ men and well known among those P who attend entertainments in this city. A large party, mostly composed of Foresters, met at the residence of Chief Ranger J. Thomas De Rancey, BL of Court Jersey City, last Monday K. evening, to attend a birthday party given by Mrs. Taylor. The rooms were handsomely decorated with flow ers, and the evening was spent in a very pleasant manner. Among the fuests were Mr. and Mrs. Snyder, Ir. and Mrs. Flint, Mrs. Pauling,’and the Misses Pauling, Miss Burns, of Staten Island; Miss Maggie-Mather, of New York; MissL. Bradley, Miss May De Rancey, Mr. and Mrs. J. Kelley, Miss Holland, Mr. W. Reardon, Miss Heft, Mr. J. Creighton, Miss A. Cood, Mrs. Brown, Mr. E. Fitzgerald, Master Eddie De Rancey, and Mr. Peter Daley. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. Official Record of Last "Week’s Transfers and Mortgages. SALES. JERSEY CITY. Agnes S. Morrell to William Blank, lot 37, ! map John Morrell, 25x115.68.••••••• Bernard Knapp to Henry G. Weimer, lot 10, ! map John Smith, 25x87. G,000 Louis A. Noble to Magdalena Grece, n s Manhattan ave, 170 ft w of Summit ave, . 5<5 William H. Lewis to Richard Morris, s w s Centre st, 152.5 s e of Old Road st, 107x .. <0 Peter W. Wittpenn et ux to George Werner, lot 211, map Mount Pleasant. 3,900 Jacob Van Horne et ux to Maiy M. Keller, n w s Pacific ave, 350 ft s w of Commum* paw ave, 25x200.• • • • • — • *» Patrick Kelly et ux to Sisters of Charity or St. Elizabeth, Madison, s e cor Erie and Ninth sts, 40x50.6,000 Nathaniel Orr et ux to Amelia Nicoll, lots 45 and 46. map adj Reservoir. <5 Mary E. Bulkley to Joseph B. See et ux, e s Bramhall av, 33 ft e Clerk st, 54x104 . 200 Alvoni R. Allen et ux to unaries r. wm;i hausen. e s Madison av, 100 ft n of Brain hall av, 20x100 .;•••••• - ••• 1 Gottfield Polster et ux to Philip Weil backer, lot 73, map Van Vorst Hgts. 1,100 Samuel McBurney et ux to Catharine A. Pope, w s Hudson av, 159 ft n of Fairview av, 25x134.. • • • --•• Frank J. Matthews et ux to John Farrell, e s Coles st. 75 ft s of Thirteenth st, 25x .. Theodore Macknet et ux to Annie Dodd, n s Sussex st, 200 ft e Van Vorst, 16x100.. 1 Karl F. Baerwolf et ux to Gustav Kutshin ski, w s Columbia av, 543.0 n of Bleecker st, 24.8x100. ........ 170 Same to F. W. Kutshinski, w s Columbia st. 74 ft e of Bleecker st. 170 William H. Haymes et ux to John Boyce, s s Railroad av, 66.8 ft e of Barrow st, 16.8x50. 1 Emma M. Loyd to James W Whelan, n s Fifth st. 24.8 ft w of Monmouth st, 12.4x50 1,225 Frank J. Matthews et ux to Nathan B. Mc Kinney, n s Eighth st, 125 ft e of Bruns wick st, 12.6x100. 2,000 Mary Condon to Philip Tumulty, s w cor York and Monmouth sts, 16.8x60. 4,300 Joseph Sullivan et ux to John McManus, n s 8th st, 150 ft w of Monmouth st, 25x100 . 6,000 Mbit Doyle, etal by Mast to Henry Klaus, n e cor 11th and Grove st, 25x52.11. 10,000 Exctr of William Elsworth to Robert Elliott, e s Prescott pi. 231.80 ft n of West Grove st, 10x100.90. 240 Eugene Elsworth to same, same as above.. 1 E. H. Nichols et ux to John H. Cunning ham, n w s Freeman av, 340 ft n e of Duncan av, 40x100. 220 Dolly Clark to Henry Hohorst, s s York st, 2lf.8 ft w of Grove st, 16.6x100. 4,000 William Lees to Frances Lees, lots 4, 19, 20, 35, blk F, 20, blk E, map Jane Anderson.. 1,200 Same to same, pts plots 7, map Jane Vree laud. COO Louis A. Noble to Anthony W. Crane, n s Monticello av, 195 ft w of Summit av, 25x137.3 . 550 Same to Patrick Hackett, n s Manhattan av, 220 ft w of Summit av, 25x136. 550 Daniel E. Cleary et ux to Joseph W. Mac intosh, s s Fairmouut av, 20 ft from dividing li, lots 16 and 17, map Lundrine & Decker, 20x167 . 850 Catharine M. Hoagland to Patrick J. Hogan, Jr, n s 4th st, 210 ft w of Jersey av, 20x100. 6,000 Charles A. DeWitt et ux to Fanny D. Hil lier, lots 5 and 6, map Lafayette, each 25x 100. 10,000 E. H. Nichols et ux to Patrick W. Flen ning, n e s Duncan av, 40 ft s e of Plain field av, 20x100... 200 John C. Crane et ux to Sophia Mailers, lots 95 and 96, map Johnsonville, each 25x100 . 6,500 Margaret McNamara to William Forth et ux, e s Franklin st, 800 ft s of Congress st, 75x100. 1,800 Albert Von Bothemer et ux to Adolph Rapp, lots 18 and 19, blk 3, map North Waverly, 25x100. 1 Adolph Rapp et ux to Maria Von Bothemer, same as above. 1 Fanny Walton to Patrick Flynn, lot 19, blk 843, map Mary E. Sisson. 1,100 Peter Smith to Thomas Roche, lot 16, blk 156, map Jersey City. 44 HARRISON. 0 William H. Craig et ux to Elizabeth David son, e s 5th st, 271.9 ft n of Warren st, 25x1:30.5. 800 John Bouyd, Jr, et ux to Henry Nevins, w s 4th st, 75 ft n of William st, 25x100. 1,700 Bernard M. Shanley et ux to William Mc n_.. „ will!_ (VIA .. i.l. 25x100. 450 UNION. Trus of Stephen C. Burdett to W. W. Mills, s e si Bergen Line av, with s w si W. W. Niles, 200x207. 1,250 Louis Becker et ux to August Horn, lot 347, map North Hoboken. 1,200 Carl Struver to Fred Framback, Jr., lots 550,551, 552, blk'34, map North Hoboken, e 25x100. 100 GUTTENBERG. Ernst D. Bode to Annie W. Meyer, lots 221 and 225, map Guttenberg, blk 28. 700 Honora Crowin to J. J. Crowin, lot 971, blk ^15, map Guttenberg. 600 BAYONNE. William Westcott et ux to Frederick Titus, s w s of 54th st,160 ft w of Avenue C; 25x 100.. Igo Reinhardt to Daniel J. Murray, s e s of Avenue C, 29 ft s w of Wett 25th st; 23x 100. 1 Daniel J. Murray to Kate Reinhardt, same. 1 Dewitt Van Buskirk to H. M. Brush, w s of Avenue D, 48 ft w of West 31st; 26x100.. 1 H. M. Brush to D. W. Van Buskirk, w s of Avenue D, 48 ft w. of West 31st st; 26x100. 1 HOBOKEN. Gaurdian of Maud Kissan to Maude Kis sam, lot 11, buildings 3, map Geayer <£ Butts; 25x100.. 1 Maud Kissam to Samuel E. Renner, same as above. 1,750 Samuel E. Renner to Ludwig Fuss, same as above.. 200 Hoboken Land and Improvement Com pany to Jane A. Brown, w s Bloomfield st, 62 ft s of Twelfth st, 18x100. 1,980 Heury A. Tewsbury to Hoboken I .and aud Improvement Company, lots 5 to 9, 17 to 21, block 91, Coster map. 500 Georgianua L. Heekslier to H. A. Tewks bury, lots 27 to 30, block 48, 5 to 19, 17 to 21, book 91, Coster map. 900 WEST HOBOKEN. Theodore Kircligesneret ux to Jane Vsitch, s s Stevens st, 163.78 w of Clinton av, 25x100 . 3,000 Levi White et ux to F. Sehopman, s g Hoboken st, 150 ft w of Bergenwood av, 25x100. 1,000 MORTGAGES. JERSEY CITY. Peter Weisert to Catharina Augustin, lot 8 to 11, block 1, map E. C. Bramhall; 1 year. 400 Herman Soloman to Joseph Rubsan, s s Lincoln st 181 ft w of Montgomery st; 3 years.). 700 Leslie A. Brown to Lineolu Building and Loan Association, nes Duncan av, 20 ft se of dean av; instal). 2,000 Adalina Heintz to exrs of * C. G. Sisson, s s Newark av. where e s Court House grounds intersect; 3 years. 3,500 Michael W. Schuessler to C. Brown, lot 12, block 6, map Gould & Morrell; 1 year.... 900 Sophia M. M. Allers to J. C. Brane, lots 95, and 90, map Johnsonville; 5 years. 3,000 Frederick W. Kutschunski to H. Tietjen, w s Columbia av, 494 n of Bleeker st; 3 years. 600 Gustave Kutschunski to H. Tietjen, w s Columbia st, 543.6 n of Bleeker st; 3 years. COO i nomas nocne 10 r. numu, ioi xo, oxock 150, map Jersey City 1871; 1 year. 800 Sisters of Charity of St. Elizabeth to exrs of C. G. Sisson, s e cor Erie st and Ninth st; 3 years.). 2,000 William Blank to Agnes S. Morrell, lot 37, map John Morrell; 1 year. 800 Patrick J. Hogan to Hudson City Mutual Building and Loan Association, n s Fourth st, 210 ft \v of Jersey av; ins. 7,000 Bartholmaus Abber to J. Dreher, w s of Tonnole av, and s s of lands of G. Hart wick; 3 years. 400 Magdalena Grece to L. W. Noble, n s of Manhattan av, 170 ftw of Summit av; 1 y**-;. 250 Bernard O'Neill to Provident Institute for Savings, s w s of Britton av, 150 ft n w of Oceanst;lyr. 700 William T. Corwin to John Matthew’, lot 16, mapMonticeHo& Golden; 5 yrs. 1,500 Cornelius Breslin to F Schmidt, 8 s of 15th st, 200 ft e of Jersey av; 8 yrs. 1 000 Nicholas Hosinger to Yonopent Segelkin. lots 52 and 53, block 5; insti. aoo Samuel McGinness to Howard B & L Ass lot 10, map E. B. Wakeman. ’ 8 000 Frank J. Carpenter to executors of Eliza-1 ’ both A. Edge, lots 34 and 35, map South Lafayette, 1 year. 3 000 Nathan B. McKinney to Anne Ross, n s 8th ’ st, 125 fte of Brunswick st, 2 years. 800 Philip Tumulty to P. J. Condon, s w- cor York and Monmouth st, 1 year. 2 000 Heniy Klaus to Now’ Jersey Title Guarantee & Trust Co, n e cor Grove and 11th sts instal. .L.’ 0 500 Francis W. Coles to Carrie Cooper, s s 4th * st, -00 ft e of Jersey av, 8 years. 2,000 JLXXCj tl X ■__ ^ .. Mil —■"■ggB KEARNEY. Margaret Burgess to Mary H. Mershon. e s Sheridan av, 100 ft n e of Clayton av, 1 yr. 21 Elizabeth M. Deaney to exct of J. N. Tuttle, s s Johnston av, 307.63 ft e of John 9t, 1 yr. 1*5< HARRISON. Jordan H. Christmas to adm. J. McLaugh lin, s w s Harrison av at div si, lots 2 anu 3, instal... M2 UNION. August Horn to C. Lussen, lot 347, bk 11, man North Hoboken, 3 years. 1»K Charles Reichardt to Henrietta Shield, lots 212, bk 26. map North Hoboken, 3 years.. 1,0C Ida Eichholz to H. Wolff, lots 7 and 8, bk 3, map C. Van Vorst, 5 years.• • • Mc Daniel P. Westervelt to A. Bogert, e s Ho boken and Hackensack turnpike, 3 years, l,0t Franz Nebbing to Charles F. Ruh, n e cor Bergen Line ave and Jefferson st, 3 years, 3,00 GUTTENBERQ. Edward Dunn to J. Crossley, lots 325, 326 and 327, map Guttenberg, 2years—.... 6,25 Michael Neisen to J. Knupper, lots 662 to 664, bk 24, map Guttenberg, 3 years. 3o HOBOKEN. Minna Raab to Henrietta Chesebrough, w s Bloomfield st, 68 ft n of Fifth st, 3 yrs,... 3,. 5 Oscar Frommel to Hoboken B. and L. Ass’n. w s Bloomfield st, 325 ft n of Eighth st, inst. 6,80 Dennis McLaughlin to G. Vreeland, s e cor Washington and Eighth st, 97x110, 1 yr.. 25,00 Margaret Cordes to F. Muller, lots 2 and 9, bk 3, map Coster, ins. 35< NORTH BERGEN. W. P. Golder to Eleanor E. Sell, lots 50 and 51, map Glahnvelle, 5 yrs. 1,70 BAYONNE. Sarah J. Ashton to Security B. and L.Assn, n e s Fifty-first st, 275 ft s e of Avenue C, .... Ellen M. Close to Mechanics' Trust Co, s w West Twenty-second st, 110 n w of Ave nue C, 1 yr. l,50i BOYS HELD FOR BURGLARY. They Are Charged with Cutting Holes it Store Windows and Stealing Shoes. Byron Delmore, of No. 141 Ninth street and Joseph Manion, of No. 145 Ninth street, two hard looking boys aged fifteen years, were committed for trial by .Tustict Stilsing this morning on a charge ol burglary. While' Policeman Barry was passing through Eighth street at an early houi this morning he saw two boys loitering on the corner of Henderson street in front oi a liquor store. At his approach Manion ran away. While the policeman was questioning Delmore he noticed that a pane of glass in the store had been cut out. This fact, together with the unsatisfactory answers of the boy, led the policeman to arrest him. At the Grove street station a glass cut ter was found upon the boy and he was locked up. Some time afterward Police man McGurk found a pane of glass cui out of the window of Benjamin Wald stein’s shoe and clothing house, at No. 511 Henderson street. The policeman got Mr. Waldstein to make an examination of tht premises, and the discovery was madt that thirteen pairs of shoes had been taken out of the window. From information received the officers went to Manion’s house, and found thal young hopeful therewith a new pair oi shoes, which were identified by Waldstein as his property. The house was ther searched, and the other missing shoes were found concealed on the premises. The boys declared this morning thal they hod found the snoes in a hallway. A Teunysonlan Breed. [From the Burlington Free Press.] Blobson—Do your hens belong tc the Maud breed, Popinjay? Popin.jav—No, sir; they are Leg horns. Why do you think they be longed to the Maud breed—ha, ha! Blobson—Because they are all the time coming into my garden. AMUSEMENTS. _ NEW ACADEMY OF MUSIC, WILLIAM HENDERSON, Proprietor. Tonight, Tuesday and Wednesday GRAND MATINEE WEDNESDAY. The Thrilling Realistic Comedy Drama LOST IN NEW YORK. AVast River of Real Water. An Actual Steamboat, RUNNING AT FULL, SPEED, A GREAT PLAT AND A GREAT CAST THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY •May 9, 10 and 11, GRAND SATURDAY MATINEE. America's Favorite Artiste, MAGGIE MITCHELL, Supported by Mr. Charles Abbott. AN INSTANTANEOUS SUCCESS, RAY, Written Expressly for Maggie Mitchell by C. WALLACE WALTERS. SPECIAL CAST. SPECIAL SCENERY NEXT WEEK, STiiiii alarm:. H. R. JACOBS’ Hoboken Theatre One Week, Commencing May 6, 1889, Engagement Extraordinary and Farewell Tour of MR. JAMES H. WALLICK. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday ant Wednesday Matinee, The Beautiful Equestrian Romance, THE CATTLE KING, Introducing In each performance the most wondei ful of all ACTING HORSES, CHARGER, RAIDER, JIM AND TEXAS ftCIUmuaiT Ul lUO ntl-n Ult pn iuifsqut! UUU 8t*Ul« tional play, _THE BANDIT KING._ Academy. jsc., 30c CADEMY. 75c., $1 Gilmore & Tompkins.Proprietors and Managers DENMAN $-$ DENMAN THOMPSON. THE 0LD l THOMPSON. ^ H—O-M—E—&-T—E-A—P. ^ Wednesday and Saturday Matinees. Seats read: to April 80. N1BL0'S- _ 50c MR. E. G. GILMORE, I Reserved Seats Lessee and Manager. Orchestra Circle I Balcony “ZIG-ZA a.” _Wednesday Matinee at 2. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. Take the Erie Ferry foot of Pa von la avenue. Reserved Seats, Orchestra Circle and Balcony, 50c Wednesday Matinee. Saturday Matinee. HENRY C. DIXEY AS AD OX IS. Vl/ANTED-TWO LADIES AS PARTNERS BY } \ v well known comedian, author and vocalist, U bring out the most beautiful act ever seen on th< vaudeville stage. Must be flrst-claas singers. Ad THE TURF. _ WON COUNTY RACING ASSOCIATION, GUTTENBERG, N. J. Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Take cai to Union Hill from Hoboken Ferry, direct to trad without change. First race at 1.30 o’clock. Admlssiot 50 cents. Rain or Shine. S. WHITEHEAD, Secretary. ^ILIFTON, 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 flv< minutes earlier. James McGowan. Sec. Q. H. ENGEMAN, Pres. BASEBALL, OAKLAND PARI TUESDAY, MAY 7th, NEW HAVENS vs. JERSEY CITY, Game Called 4 p. m. Admission, 25c Ladies Free. WEDNESDAY-~NEWARKS. RIDLEY S’, GRAND STREET, NEW YORK. 5 ) - Straw Goods. ) ) _ ; Largest Stock and Assortment in the City, : Without Question, i a__ Large Leghorn Flats. For Ladles, new Fresh Goods, at 45c. andJ55c. each. Extra Fine Super Finish Leghorn Flats at $1.35, $1.43, up to $4.95, choicest style. Fine Colored Leghorn Hats for Misses and Chil dren. New, Choice Shapes and Colors, Including Block, at 95c, $1.19 and $1.25. Fine English Milan Hats and Bonnets, in Black White and Colors. Latest Shapes for Ladies and Misses, 95c., $1.19 and $1.25. Fancy Straw Hats and Bonnets for Ladles and Misses, New Combinations, New Shapes, New Col ors , at 34c., 45c, and 65c. TOQUES, TURBANS. ROUND HATS, Trimmed Latest Styles in Lace, Fancy Straw, Straw and Lace Combination, Leghorn, Neapolitan Chip. Also Embroidered Silk, Cashmere and Lace Crowns, All Colors, at $3.75. $4.50, $5.00 $3.50, $6.00. Cashmere, $4.93, $5.50, $6.75, $7.50, $8.00. LACE HATS AND B0NNET8. Ladles’ Black and colored lace Hats and Bonnets trimmed and untrimmed, all the latest shapes and designs of Trimming. Large display in our Millinery parlors. Misses’ and children’s fully Trimmed School Hatsf all colors, plain aud fancy bands at 48c., 65c., 85c. 95c. each. Children’s Sailor Hats with Band, 23c., 29c. and 33c Misses’ and Children’s fine Millinery a specialty. Misses’ stylish Trimmed Hats, with Ribbon Bow* Daisy Bud Wreath, and velvet fold, all colors, different designs of Trimmings at $2.98. IMPORTED PATTERN. Hats and Bonnets Very choice styles, Fine Goods, unique designs, at prices less than cost of Importation. INFANTS’ HATS AND CAPS* Infants’ Straw and Cloth Tam O’Shanter Hats. EDWiRD RIDLEY & SONS 300, 311, 311J4 to 331 Grand St. 56 to 68 Allen, 59 to 65 Orchard St. "" M - I We Solicit Your Trade, and can assure you that you will not meet with better treatment anywhere than we will give you. OCR 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 ol the best the markets offer. PRICES LOW. TERMS VERY EASY this season, and if we suit you In other things, a* we surely can, price won’t stand in your way. Come and talk to us. P. H. HANLEY, 41 Newark Avenue, ! _NEXT TO CITY HAtt, LIFE-LIKE PH0T0SRAPH8 BY COSTELLO, 888 Newark Avenue, errosrra Court House, Jesskt Cut. LADIES* AND MISSES' SUITS, WRAPS, JACKETS. Fine tailor made Jackets with Vests and without, in Diagonals, Whip Cord and Kersey Cloths, Black and all colors, at $8.90, $4.90, $6.90; were $6.00 to $12.00. Ladles’ Jet Wraps, trimmed Lace and Ornaments^ $4.95 and $6.75. Fine Imported Wraps, Trimmed, Cut, Jet or Cord, $15.00; worth $20.00. All-wool PTannel Cloth Suits, full draped, $6.90; worth $10.00. MISSES' CONFIRMATION SUITS. Swiss, Lawn, Nun’s Veilings and Cashmeres. Misses’ White Lawn Suits, Trimmed Embroidery, ages ten to eighteen years, at $3.90 and $5.50. Misses’ Tailor-made Cloth Jackets, ages twelve to eighteen, at $2.90 and $3.90. Misses’ Reefer Jackets, in Blue and Red, with Anchors, at $1.33, $1.75, $2.50 to $5.00. - Misses’ Sailor Suits, trimmed Braid, in Blue, Red and Gray, $3.50. PRINTED INDIA SILKS. All Silk, at 33>$c., 39c., 68c. and 98c. yd. Trimming Silks, Many Novelties. Infants’ and Boys' Straw Steamer Caps. Infants’ Straw and Cloth Jockey Caps. Infants’ Straw Sntlnr Rata. Infants’ Straw and Cloth Combination Hats. FRENCH FLOWERS. Wreaths In large assortments. Long Sprays and fine materials of every description. SILK RIBBONS. Every color and width in Fancy Ribbons, Satin Edge Ribbon!, Moire and Gros Grain Ribbons. LACES, TRIMMINGS, ORNAMENTS. PARASOLS. All the novelties In Surah, .Faille, Gros Grain, Plaids and Stripe Parasols, long and short handles; at all prices. Sun Umbrellas, complete lines, long and short handles, all grades. Fans, Fans, Fans. Fine assortment. DRESS GOODS. Silk and woo Plaids, plain goods to match in all combinations, 88-inch wide at 88c. yard, actually worth 65c.; very cheap. Figured Sateens, new design, 6>£c. yard. Regular shilling quality. EDWARD RIDLEY & SONS 300, 311, 311% to 321 Grand St. 56 to 68 Allen, 50 to 65 Orchard St. CONFECTIONERY. HOME-MADE CANDIES Always FredL Pure Candies a Specialty. 7S Montgomery Street. Large reduction to Schools aud Fairs. WILFRED 6. LAWRENCE, MANUFACTURING and WHOLESALE Confectioner, No. 291 First Street, JUNCTION NEWARK AVENUE. Dealer in New and Second-Hand Show Cases, Glass Jars. Scales, etc MOSER, PUSTER SON, Scavengers. OFFICES: 58 MONTGOMERY ST., 21T RAILROAD AYE Privy Vaults, Sinks and Cesspools Emptied and Disinfected. In all parts of Hudson County, prompt and cheap. HIGHEST PRICE PAID t OLD BOOKS MAGAZINES AND LIBRARIES BOUGHTI 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. rpo WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.-PURSUANT TO A the provisions of au act of the 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 aud seventy-six, notice is hereby given that I shall apply to the Circuit Court of the county of Hudson, at the Court House, in Jersey City, in the State of 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 lieard, for au order to author ize me to assume another name, to wit, the name of Eleanor B. Gifford. NELLIE B. GIFFORD, by Georg* Gifford, her next friend. No. 297 Bergen avenue. Jersey City, N. J. Dated April 9th. m CASH OR CREDIT. SPRING OPENING OF Furniture, Carpets, Ac. MULLINS & CO. I!l & I!! Itiarllie, Jersey tit,. Owning the Property we Occupy, i AND HAVING UNLIMITED CAPITAL, We are determined to Lead the Market, Sell Cheaper, And Give Better Terms of Credit 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, eta The stock has been specially prepared for the Spring Trade. Every tasts can be gratified and every style found in profusion. The Carpet 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, etc. CREDIT GIVEN at CASH PRICES. MULLINS^ & CO. CALIFORNIA. PORT WINE - $2.00 and $3.00 per Gal* ANGELICA WINE ----- $2.00 per Cal. MUSCATEL WINE - - - - $2.00 per Gal. MADEIRA WINE.$2.00 per Cal. SWEET CATAWBA, $ 1.60 per Gal.; In Bottles 60c. Each. ZINFENDEL CLARET - $4.00Doz. REISLINC WHITE WINE - - $4.00 Doz. CUTEDEL “ “ - - - - $4.75 Doz. TTJMEE~&BEIOrELI, Grocers and TSTine Merchants, 23 & 25 NEWARK AVENUE, J. C. A/A^i.T JL JLKJ -A. KJ • -™^NOW=l— IS THE TIME TO HAVE DEFECTIVE TEETH EXTRACTED WITH PURE, FRESH GASmiTCHK PREPARATORY TO HAVING OTHER MADE. 25c. Extracting. 25c. 50c. With Gas. 50c. <•>-♦ ELEGANT FULL GUM RUBBER SETS, I #5, $8, #10 AND UP. ---<S> E. F. HANKS GIVES HIS WHOLE TIME AND PER SONAL ATTENTION TO HIS JERSEY CITY OFFICE. A YOUNG LADY, WHO SPEAKS UER MAN, IN ATTENDANCE AT EACH OFFICE. ♦-— DDSUTTIST, York and Grove Streets. THE HANKS CO., DENTISTS, C. A. DAVIS, Manager 203 Sixth Avenue, N. Y. HANKS BROS., DENTISTS, J. C. HANKS, Manager, Broad and Market Sts., Newark. N. J. A LARGE STOCK -OF Rugs, Lace Curtains, Clocks, Regers’ Silverware, ANt> OTHER USEFUL HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES, FOB CASH OR ON TIME. Call and Examine Them. CEORCE E. WATSON, 51 Montgomery St. T'k tt Tirr' a irrn x\. 11. vv £jA V J_j1\; MANUFACTURER OF AWNINGS, ~ F LAGS — 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 OUK LOW PRICED COODS. H. C.FISK, WALL PAPERS, 138 YORK STREET. Si Wlrle ill, 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 or Oysters. Pure Cod Liver Oil, by the bottle, pint, quart or gallon. Orders by Telephone promptly at ended to. Telephone Call 36a. ' J. E. WIJLBEMt, RESTAURANT AND DININ6-R00M. TABLE BOARD, *3.50 PER WEEK. 356 Grove Street, Jersey City. Tables Reserved for Ladles. IIEXRY HAASE, Practical Boot and Shoe Maker. A $C SHOE, made to order, my specialty. 93 Montgomery St., J. C. My own make constantly on hand. “DWYER’S ORCHESTRA. Music Furnished for Picnics Balls, Sociables, Etc. BRASS BANDS A SPECIALTY A'O. 7 MERCER ST., jr. C. _HOS, F, DWYER. , Leafl^, ^JtOVEUIES, ETC. GLOCK’S MARKET, The Favorite place for fainiliee to get their Groceries, Meats and Provisions.' No, 176 Mercer Street, JOHN~DUST, —Dealer la— Beef, V eal, Mutton, ♦--- » LAMB AND PORE. POULTRY VEGETABLES, ETC. ❖____ , 263 Grand St., near Grove*