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THE NEWS OF HOBOKEN,
CHARLES V. H'ARCT AEPOIXTEL ASSISTANT CITY CLERK. Farewell to Jlrewer Hauck and HP Friends Who Sailed on the Aller The Honrs Made a Hreat llally in the Bowling: Tournament. The Board of Council met Iasi night. Only seven members vert present, for Councilman Maloney’s place has not been filled. Bids were received for the painting of the from of the City Hall and for the building of a brick sewer on Adams street. They were referred to the proper com mittees. Mr. August Bente, who had been appointed a Tax Commissioner for the Third ward, declined the honor. His resignation was accepted. A number of property holders along Second street applied to have the street im proved. Mrs. L. (ileidner applied to have $2 erroneously paid for poll tax returned. The matter was referred to the proper committee. Mayor Grassmann returned without his approval the resolution appointing Charles V. D’Arcy assistant clerk in the City Clerk's office. He recom mended" that an ordinance be intro duced making the appointment of an assistant clerk lawful. The ordinance passed its second and third readings. The report of the Collector of Rev enue was read, showing that since February 1 he had collected $25,000, which had been paid over to the City Treasurer. Mr. A. W. Thomas was appointed Tax Commissioner for the Third ward in place of Mr. August Bente, who declined the appointment. A letter was read from Corporation Attorney Minturn asking that he be nvnnoA/1 fi«Arn onn/lirur in nnv ranni'tfi He had just received a telegram an nouncing the death of his brother, John, who had gone to South Caro lina for the benefit of his health. A resolution was adopted granting the widow of the late Councilman Thomas Miller the sum of $1(K) for a quarter’s salary. Chairman Erlenkoet ter voted in the negative. The sum of $3e0 was divided be tween five organizations for the proper observance of Decoration Day. On the motion of Councilman Londri gan it was decided that the City Clerk write to the Trustees of the Hoboken Cemetery, requesting them to notify the chairman of the Council of the dates of their meetings in order that lie might attend them on behalf of the city. After recess Charles V. D’Arcy was appointed Assistant City Clerk, and the ordinances for the appointment of a Board of Health and others were laid over. _ The Hours Braced Up. The fourth game of the tournament was bowled on the alleys at Odd Fel lows’ Hall last night. The bowling was much better than m any of the previous games, and much to the sur prise of all present the Hours, by far the weakest team, got away from the two clubs it played with and won both games. The Spartans, the strongest club, got badly beaten, except in the game with the Fremonts. The follow ing are the scores:— FREMONT. (SPARTANS. Osterman.151 Garresou.180 Gerken.109 Harrass.143 Kuncken.148 Kuempel.190 Entrup.155 Kuncken.106 / Winkelmann.211 Steljes.158 Meyer.192 Keller.193 Total.1026 Total.1036 FREMONT. HOURS. Osterman.113 Giles.164 Gerken. 183 Sullivan.138 Kuncken.145 Bradley ......162 Entrup.189 Hauler. 199 Winkelmann.157 Grady .157 Meyer.203 Obreiter.179 Total. 990 Total.999 HOURS. SPARTANS. Giles.179 Garresou.181 Sullivan.175 Harrass.121 Bradley.178 Kuempel.182 Hauler......163 Kuncken.179 Grady.158 Steljes.210 Obreiter.237 Keller.152 Total.1090 Total.1025 The scorer was C. Geils and the referee Grestler. The next game will be played on Thursday night. They Sailed Away on the Aller. .fiuouL nve nunureu menus oi j/eter Hauck, Fred Opperman, John Oelger, arid Heinrich Dreise were at Meyer’s Hotel last night. They were there to take leave of the four gentlemen, who all sailed on the North German Lloyd steamship Aller this morning, at six o’clock. A collation was spread. The Joel Parker Association, of Newark, three hundred strong were present, and paraded to the Hotel with a band of music. The following prominent persons were also present:—May or Haynes and Collector Klotz, of Newark; George Ehret, of New York; Georsre Ruppert, of New York; Mr. Collins, Judge Mueller, George Hauck, of Rondout; Clerk Pursell, of Newark; County Clerk Dennis McLaughlin, Sheriff Davis, ex-Hheriff Heintze, Assembly men Feeney, Farrell, McDermit and Heppenheimer; Aldermen Mansfield, Lavres, Rice, Wallace and Tovery, of Newark; Alderman Kern, Mike G. Harrell and Sheriff Brown. Mr. Hauck is the millionaire brewer of Harrison, who lias just sold his business to an English syndicate, and the other three gentlemen who sail with him have arrangements pending with the same syndicate for the pur chase of their breweries. Mr. Hauck’s wife and daughter go with him. Drank a Gallon of Whisky. From the statements of the captain of the canal boat “City of Troy,” it appears that Theaddy Kilcullen,’ the wheelman, who was drowned on Mon day night, had drank nearly a gallon of wliiskv from a tin nail Hp wi>o violent that it took five men to force him into the pilot house and one man had to be kept in charge of him. With maniacal strength Killcullen rushed for the door and burst it right off its hinges. He staggered through the opening and fell overboard. A line ■was thrown to him, but he was too drunk to know its purpose and he sank. He leaves a wife and family at Al bany. Hoboken Briefs* Mr. Rudolph Schoenfeld and Miss Bella Ritter, the daughter of the well known jeweler, will be married during the last week of this month. Miss Carrie Busch, of No. 124 Hud son street, is entertaining Miss Ida Meyer, of St. Nicholas avenue, New York, but formerly of Hoboken. The Children of Mary, of St. Joseph's parish, gave their first dra matic entertainment at the new Italian Church, corner of Third and Jefferson streets, last night. Baron Schmieter sailed for Germany on the Eider yesterday. Senator Otten and Judge Nolan, both of Brooklyn, were at the pier to bid him good bye. The wife and daughter of William Kaufruann, proprietor of the Hudson County Journal, wer.e on the burned Hamburg steamer Rugia. There are no fears for their safety, as the passen gens were taken off without mishap. NEWS OF NORTH HUDSON. Sale of the Dickey Property in Gutten berg---American Mechanics. The large tract of land in Gutten berg, known as the Dickey property, has been sold. Ross & Samford have bought, the water front of over five hundred feet for $40,000. The rest of the estate was purchased by Captain James H. Symes, the lumber merchant. The price be paid was $7,000, and he is now taking steps to regain that and reap a profitable advance on his in vestment. His intention is to divide the property into some three hundred lots and then sell it at public auction. The property has been already sur I veyed and will be auctioned within the coming month. It is said that Mr. Symes will erect a dancing pavil ion on the grounds, and also treat the good citizens of Guttenberg to a barbecue. If Mr. Symes lias not been too ex travagant in his hopes, the estate will bring $100 a lot, or $30,000. Order of American Mechanics. Tile Ancient Order of American Mechanics tried to augment its num bers and introduce its principles into North Hudson by holding a mass meeting at Ruth's Hall last evening. Several of the more prominent offi cers of the New Jersey branch ad dressed the meeting and explained in simple and concise language the bene fits of their insurance system. They were very successful in im pressing the audience, and are expect ing great results from the meeting. Ellsworth Post Inspected. The old veterans of Ellsworth Post, G. A. R., of Union Hill, marched and countermarched up and down Odd Fellows’ Hali, last evening. The Post was inspected by visiting Grand Army men from Van Houten and Zabriskie Posts. After the inspection the old soldiers sat down to a substantial col lation, and passed the rest of the even ing in spinning yarns of the late un pleasantness. North Hudson Notes. The members of the First Battalion, Germania Schuetzen Bund, completed their arrangements for their annual parade on Pflngst Monday, at Engel breclits Hall, last evening. Mr. Will iam Raven, of Union Hill, will carry the Bund’s colors. Justice Schneurigerhas been elected a delegate to the convention to be held at Trenton by the representatives from the different lodges of Odd Fel lows who favor the support of a home for the shelter of needy brothers. The Justice will represent 'Jackson Lodge, No. 125. The Friendship Club will sail for the Fishing Banks during the first week in June. The big E. A. Stevens has been chartered, and the fifty members who will go are buying ail the bait and line to be found in North T-I On Memorial Day the Helvia Turn Yerein will shoot and dance at Floral Park, when $200 in prizes will be dis tributed to the successful marksmen. Monday, May 27, will be a red letter day in the history of Guttenburg Com pany, G. S. B. The wives and sweet hearts of the gallant Schuetzens in tend presenting them with a stand of colors. After the presentation the young folks will dance. Mrs. Philip Herbold died at her resi dence, Hudson street, Union Hill, last evening, in her sixty-fifth year. Mrs. Herbold had resided for years in the town, and many friends will mourn her decease. The West New York Board of Coun cil met in special session last evening to appoint a Recorder for the town ship. Justice Louis Hannstein was chosen without opposition, and ac cepted the office. This evening the regular bi-monthly meeting of the Board will be held. Work Good in the Building Trades. President Keeshen called the Build ing Trades’ Council to order last even ing at eight o’clock sharp. Every organization was represented, and ere' dentials of delegates from the Bay onne Carpenters’ Union were received When Secretary Moran called for re' ports of the state of trade the unvarv mg response was “good.” It was stated that other organizations in 1 Bayonne would probably be repre sented at the next meeting. The Council transacted nothing but rou tine business, such as the auditing of the expenses of the mass meeting, etc., and adjourned. "Winfield S. Weed Association. The Winfield S. Weed Association organized last night in the office of the Judge and elected Frank McCon nln, president. It was decided to give a picnic at Caledonia Park, during July. _ Graylieail. iu a Breach of Promise. Galena, IU., May 15, 1889.—Louisa Lehrman, a widow of seventy years, re siding in West Galena, brought suit yes terday in the Circuit Court against Sam uel Cunningham, a wealthy and eccentric bachelor of this city, who has also reached the age of three score and ten, to recover damages in the sum of $10,000 for breach of promise of marriage. -. The Yellow Garter. From the Sun. The very latest and funniest whim is the wearing of the yellow garter. Just one garter, not two, you under stand, and it must be worn just above the left knee. The other stocking may be wrinkled disconsolately over the shoe top or be fastened in place by any one or all of the mysterious de vices known only to the initiated, but the left one is held firmly by a band of yellow silk elastic, with a ribbon rosette of the same shade, and the cor rect and proper thing is to wear it night and dav for six months. The yellow garter’s origin is shrouded in murky uncertainty, but its significance is known to every girl who possesses it, and this is its charm:—Any girl who wears a vellow garter above her knee is sure to be en gaged in less than six months. The garter must be given to her by a friend, she must not make or buy it, and it has never been known to fail of its purpose but once, and the owner was wearing it on the wrong extremity, or rather the right one instead of the left. Just wherein lies its potency belongs to the ethics of the esoterics of girl hood, but the girls all wear them. The slim slips of girls who want to be en gaged just for fun, though they aren’t half old enough to be married; the bright, clever girls, as sweet and spicy and wholesome as carnations, who have a career before them, and say they wouldn’t marry the best man in the world; the hopeless girls that have tried everything else, you know, and are accustomed to failures; the sweet hearted, womanly girls, who are wait ing like Marianna in the moated grange and sighing because “He cometh not,” and the naughty, witch ing girls, who could marry every fel low in the market if they were not so sort of bewildering that no one quite dares ask them, and the shy girls, who hide the yellow band from their very best friends, and think of it when they say their prayers, all waiting for some brave knight of the garter to help them solve the problem concern ing the success or failure of the time honored institution which is causing so much controversy at present—all wear the yellow garter. TRADE O.A ObTBA The Choicest Tea Ever Offered. PERFECTLY PURE. A MOST DELICIOUS BEVERAGE. $ TRY IT. Ton will never im any other. Quality never varies. It is the Highest Grade Leaf, picked from the best plantations and guaranteed absolutely pure and free from all adulterations or coloring matter. The packages are hermetically sealed and warranted full weight. It is more ecou* omlcal in use than the lower grades. Oriental & Occidental Tea Co., L’t’d:, Head Office, 35 Burling Slip, New YorTc. - - '• tX » FOR SALE BY: Henrv L. Rugge. Jersey City ; D. R. Mertlns, Jersey City; Chas. H. Wood, Jersey City; E. H. Kromer, Jersey City ; J. H. Smyth’s Son, Jersey City ; George Gloek, Jersey City; Beck Bros., Jersey City ; P. C. Rltcher & Co., Jersev City; John Doscher, Jersey City; Louis L. Fluke, Jersey City ; John C. Batjer, Jersey City ; Ryer Bros., Jersev City; J. H. Van Doren & Co.. Jersey City; John T. Tise. Jersey City; Fred. Druhnie , Jersev City. D. Jachens, Jersey City Heights; Finck Bros.. Jersey City Heights; Chas. Grafer. JerseyCity Heights; Henry RoHrs, Jersey City Heights; G. \V. Lelmed, Jersey City Heights. \Y. Ed. Wehnke. Town Of Union. •Our American Homes and How to Furnish Them FURNITURE. Selling goods of a thoroughly reliable j •quality and at the smallest possible: • profit Is the system followed by this; | Firm. • Exceptional inducements offered this month in all lines of Furniture, We make a specialty of Furnishing Cottages and Summer Homes. R. J. HORNER & CO., Furniture Makers and Importers, 61, 63 and 65 West 23d Si, NEW YORK. _ AMUSEMENTS. NEW ACADEMY OF MUSIC.” WILLIAM HENDERSON, Proprietor. EVERYNICHT THIS WEEK Matinee Saturday. HARRY LACY and the STILL- ALARM. by Joseph Arthur. NEXT WEEK, MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, J. C. STEWART’S FAT MEN’S CLUB. THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. Edward Harrigan. H.R. JACOBS' HOBOKEN THEATRE Commencing Monday, May 13, 18>c9, Admission—10c. Reserved Seats—20c., 30c., 50c. Nq Higher. Summer Season Inaugurated with Grand Double Bill. Attractions Unexcelled. Prices Reduced. Tonight, Tuesday and Wednesday, The Frank I. Frayne Combination, in “SI SLOCUM,” Introducing the Celebrated ,Travelling Menagerie, and Including the Performing Mon arch of the Forest, Rob’t G. Ingersoll, The Largest Lion in Captivity. The street parade every day starts at 11 a. nv Don’t miss It. _____ Academy. four weeks sbc., soc CADEMY. MORE. 75c.. $1 Gilmore & Tompkins.Proprietors and Managers. DENMAN -0--—A DENMAN THOMPSON. | mnl THOMPSON. r —j Wednesday and Saturday Matinees. Seats ready to April 30. NmL°u _ 50c MR. E. G. GILMORE, I Reserved Seats. Lessee and Manager. I Orchestra Circle. I Balcony. A NODLE SON. Leonard Grover’s New Piay. Wednesday Matinee at 2. Grand opera house. Take the Erie Ferry /oot of Pavonia avenue. Reserved Seats, Orchestra Circle and Balcony, 50o. Wednesday Matinee. Saturday Matinee. HENRY E. DIXEY A 9 A I) O NIS. Wf ANTED—TWO LADIES AS PARTNERS BY A > ▼ well known comedian, author and vocalist, to bring out the most beautiful act ever seen on the vaudeville stage. Must be ftrst-elass singers. Ad dress Comedian, Jersey Citv News office J. E. WMEBEB, RESTAURANT AND DINING-ROOM. TABLE BOARD. *3.50 PER WEEK. 356 Grove Street, Jersey City. Tables Reserved for Ladles. HENRY HAASE, Practical Boot and Shoe Maker. A 86 SHOE, made to order, my specialty. 93 Montgomery St., J. C. My own make constantly on hand. Repairing promptly attended to. 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 55c. 8Qc. Superfine Ingrain. 45c. 60c. Tapestry Brussels. 55c. 75c. Tapestry Brussels . 65c. 90c. Body Brussels. ©1.05 SI.25. Velvet. SI.OO SI.25. Axminster. SI. 15 SI.50. Royal Wilton.. SI.50 S2.25. ALSO, CHINA MATTINGS IN GREAT VARIETY. LINOLEUM, RUGS, &C„ AT VERT 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, 40 m 42 WEST FOURTEENTH STREET, HEW YORK. We Solicit Your 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 HALL. 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 business. Previous owner was offered $8,0U0, but I will sell It for $5,250-HALF CASH. This is a very great bargain, or might build to suit 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 Fairmount avenue lots left, 107 feet by 20. making near a full city lot aud a half; ONLY $450. These lots will be very valuable as soon as the new elevated road Is built and the Montgomery street cars run down to West Side avenue, which is ex pected this Spring; also on the line of the new Boule vard, which la soon to be laid out and completed. EASY TERMS FROM D. E. CLEARY, Eltnill ni Sun Sis, JERSEY CITY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE WATER RENTS FOR THE YEAR 1889=90 Will be due and payable at the office of the Regis trar of Water works, corner Jersey aveuue and Mercer street, on the First Day of May, 1889. PENALTIES For non-payment will be added as follows:— On All Rents Remaining Unpaid on the 1st day of July following:—1 per cent. On the 1st day of September:— 2 per cent. And on the 1st day of November:— 3 per cent. Interest at the rate of 7 per cent, per annum will be added to all Rents Remaining Unpaid ON THE 20th Day of December Following. Water Rents for 1889-90 will not be received from property In arrears until such arrears are paid. MARTIN FINCK, Clerk. , JERSEY CITY, April 80, 1889. ♦-FOR.-* Pure Wines and Liquors CALL AT LEWIS FISCHER’S, 109 Newark Ave., Wholesale Liquor Dealer Monogram Whiskey, Full Quarts, One Dollar per Bottle. & SURE CURE T Hammel’s Hair Balsam, THE EXTRACT OF SAOE. Is a Bure cure for Dandruff and Scurf — a sure pre ventative against the Falling and Turning of the Hair. Sure Cure for Baldness! and the Finest Hair Dressing in the market. SOLD AT J. HAMMEL’S, 15 Exchange Place (Taylor’s Hotel). FRANK J. HANLY, FURNITURE Carpet, Bedding, Oil Cloth and Stove 0— WAREHOUSE,-$ 203 Newark Ave., _Three Doors above Jersey Avenue. J. C. GBOCEBIBS, BTC. _ CLOCK’S MARKET, The Favorite place for families to get their Groceries* Meats and Provisions.’ No, 176 Mercer Street, SHERIFJF^SSAJLE. 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. Thus. J. Coglan vs. John O’Keefe. On contract. Fi. Fa., etc. Returnable May 7th, A. D., 1S89. 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. G. Wolbert’s Real Estate and Auction Rooms, No. 47 Montgomery street, THuJsDAY?nthe 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 feot ou 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 and Bramhall avenues; thence (1) southerly along the westerly line of Ocean street one hundred (1U0) feet: thence (2) westerlv on a course parallel with Bramhall avenue one hundred and twenty-five (125) feet; thence (3; northerly parallel with Ocean street one hundred (luO) feet to the southerly Hue 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. CHERlFF’S SALE-HUDSON COMMON PLEAS O COURT. On Docketed Judgment. Robert A. McKnight vs. John Phillips and Henry W ulpern. FI. fa., Ac. Returnable September Term. A. D.. 1889. Wallis, Edward & Bumstead, Attorneys. Bv virtue of the above stated writ to me directed and delivered, I have levied upon and shall sell bv public vendue at F. G. Wolbert’s Real Estate and Auction Rooms, No. 47 Montgomery Street, Jersey City, on _ THURSDAY, the Thirteenth day of June next at two o’clock in the afternoon, all the right, title and estate of the above named defendants, John Phillips und Henry Wulperu, In and to all the fol lowing described land and premises, with the appurtenances, that is to snv, All that tract or parcel of land and premises here inafter particularly described, situate, lying and being In tho city of Jersey City, In the county of Hudson and Stato of New Jersey, which upon a certain map. entitled, “Map of property belonging to E. B. Wakeinau, situated in the Third ward of Jersey City, Is known and distinguished as lot num bered twenty-one (21) in block numbered two (2), said lot fronting on the northerly side of !$outh Eighth street (now First street) and being twenty (20) feet wide In front and rear, and eighty reet deep on each side, all as laid down on said map, which is on file In the office of the Register of Hudson county. Being the same premises conveyed to tbe said Mary F. Ehrlng by John Muller by deed dated April 19th, 1880, and recorded In book 343 of Deeds for Hudson county, on page 478, etc. Dated April 2., 1 . R0BERT DAVIS, Sheriff. SHERIFF’S- SALE.-HUDSON COMMON PLEAS COURT. On Docketed Judgment James Bolton vs. James Burns et ux. FI. fa., etc. Returnable 4th Tuesday February, 1889. H. Traphagen, 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. G. Wolbert’s Real Estate and Auction Rooms. No. 47 Montgomery street. Jersey Clt,i’h°URSDAY, the Thirteenth day of June next, at two o’clock In the afternoon, all the right, title and estate of the above named defendants, James Burns et ux., in and to all the following described land and premises, with the appurtenances, that is t0AHythat piece, parcel or lot of land and premises, situate, lying and being in Jersey City, in the county of Hudson and State of New Jersey, bounded and described as follows:—Commencing on the southerly side of York street at a point distant about thirty feet In an easterly direction from the southeasterly corner of York and Washington street; thence (1) running southerly and at right angles to York street fifty-one feet to lands now or formerly of Mrs. F. S. Headeu; thence (2) running easterly along lands ! now or formerly owned by Mrs. F. S. Hedden, and parallel with York street fifteen feet more or less; thence (3) northerly aud at right angles to York street fifty-one feet to the southerly side of York street; thence (4) westerly along the southerly side of York street fifteen feel more or less to the pluOe of beginning, being the most westerly one half of the premises conveyed by John H. Broas, and Eve nla F., his wife, to Samuel Dare, by deed dated April 28th, 18U>. Recorded in office of Clerk of Hud son county, In Liber 71) of Deeds for said county, pages 57U, etc. Dated April 27, 188ft, R0BERT DAVIS. Sheriff, j & ) THE LARGE AUCTION SALE OF OVER 50 PIECES OF Valuable Real Estate, Both Improved and Unimproved, in all sections of Jersey City, will take place in the WELDON BUILDING SALESROOM, ON i i r l v 11 /T_ weanesaay, iviay AT 2 O’CLOCK P. M. Surveys and Maps have been made by Messrs. Earle & Har rison, and all titles will be guaranteed by the NEW JERSEY TITLE GUARANTEE AND TRUST CO., and a policy given to each purchaser, free of expense. Among the pieces to be sold are the following:— 260, 262, 264, and 266 NEWARK AVENUE, formerly owned by the late Owen T. W. McDonald. This property is being thoroughly repaired inside and out, and will pay handsomely as a permanent investment. SSJ31 BARROW STREET, 254 BARROW STREET, And the Two Houses on the rear of the Blot. 600 PALISADE AVENUE. SIS MONTICELLO AVENUE. S30, S3S, 234 AND S36 BERGEN AVENUE. 608 GARFIELD AVENUE. SO HARRISON AVENUE. SO6 AND SOS GRAND STREET. S STATE STREET. 6SS GRAND STREET. CHOICE BUILDINC LOTS on Wayne street, Bergen avenue, Virginia avenue. Prospect street, Culver avenue. Grand street, Oswego street, Fairmount avenue, and 5 LOTS on the NORTHERLY side of Bay street, between Wash ington and Greene streets, suitable for a factory. This sale will be conducted in the same manner that the JAMES McLAUGHLIN ESTATE sale was, and no “by-bidding” will be allowed. In every instance the owners have positively agreed to allow the property to go to the highest bidder, REGARDLESS OF THE PRICE IT MAY BRING ; in fact, a large number of the parcels belong to various Estates, Trustees and Heirs, and the orders to sell are positive. For maps and Particulars apply to LEWIS E. WOOD, Auctioneer, S3 Montgomery street. EMMONS & CRONAN, 59 Montgomery street, or to EMMONS & CO., 488 Communipaw avenue. JP LUMBERS. _ M. A. SHANAHAN, Practical Plumber, Sanitary Work a Specialty. 515 Grove Street, Jersey City. All orders prom ptly attended to. M. 3P. MOStitlT JPlumber and Gan Fitter, 553 Grove Street, J. C. 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. DON NELLY, PRACTICAL PLUMBER AND GAS FITTER Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. 2BB Washington Street, J. C. Estimates Furnished. all Work Guaranteed 3P. 33. MARTIN, Practical Sanitary Plumber AND STEAM FITTER HEATERS AND RANGES A SPECIALTY. 189 Montgomery St., Jersey City HIGHEST PRICE PAID! OLD BOOKS MAGAZINES AND LIBRARIES BOUGHTI 13. Scarboro, 94 Montgomery St., J. C. New books supplied at a liberal discount from pur chasers’ prices. Call or send for bargain catalogue of Ttt pages; free to all on application. H. & J. STELLING, 31 MONTGOMERY STREET. (STELLING BUILDING.) FINE WINES AND OLD WHISKIES, Fine Ales, Best Brands of Imported and Domestic Cigars. Rochester Beer on Dranght anl in Bottles GEORGE W. LAB AW, ARCHITECT! ROOMS 92 AND 93 WELDON BUILDING, 76 Montgomery Street. ■'llll'M—a—BiBBUl '-"T. n.1'1.11. • “> LIFE-LIKE PHOTOGRAPHS BY COSTELLO, 588 Newark Avenue, Oppositk Copbt House. Jersey City., WM. H. MILLER, FlorisT, LATE OF THE JERSEY CITY FLORAL DEPOT, 335 Barrow Street, near NewarK Avenue. ARTISTIC FLORAL DESIGNS. Handsome Funeral Work a specialty. All kinds of seeds and plants. The choicest o£ Flowers ut mod erate prices. Fresh Flowers dally. ___ DENTISTS. __ IS THE TIME TO HAVE DEFECTIVE TEETH EXTRACTED WITH PURE, FRESH GAS WITHOUT CHARGE PREPARATORY TO HAVING OTHER MADE. 25c. Extracting. 25c. 50c. With Gas. 50c. T ELEGANT FULL GUM RUBBER SETS, | ^$5, $8, $10 AND UP.I E. F. HANKS GIVES HIS WHOLE TIME AND PER SONAL ATTENTION TO HIS JERSEY CITY OFFICE. A YOUNG LADY.WHO SPEAKS GER MAN, IN ATTENDANCE AT EACH OFFICE. E. F. HANKS, ❖- DDBEIITTIST,-«> ITork and Grave Streets. THE HANKS CO., DENTISTS, C. A. DAVIS, Manager 203 Sixth Avenue, N. Y. HANKS BROS., DENTISTS, J. C. HANKS, Manager, Broad and Market 8ts» Newark, N. J. ■J^OTICE TO CONTRACTORS. r> Sealed proposals win be received by the Board of Public Works on Monday morning, Mav 20, 1889, at 10 o’clock, for the Construction of a i?r?!«iHuJa2n}>rl**8w.ave*' from a P0l“t 120 feet north of Griffith st, to Hutlon st., in accordance wilh plana and specifications on file in the office of the Chief Engineer, corner of Jersey avenue and Mercer street, where blank forms of bid and agreement of sureties must be obtained. Estimate of quantities About 620 lineal feet 24 Inch sewer (oval brick). About 3 new receiving basins. About 20 cubic yards of concrete. About 400 cubic yards of rock excavation. workingda>^mpletl0n °* contract> seventy-five (75) The making of the above Improvement and award of the contract therefor will be subject to the remon stVance of the owners of the property liable to more than one-half of the assessment tnerefor. ro .JaZJZZa*?' b? enclosed In sealed envelopes, endorsed Proposals for building sewer *irt Cambridge avo, from Griffith st. to Hutton at.™ PVb,lll! Works, ana nanaed ^ Clerk of the Board lu opeu meeting whan proplJsSu.111 thS °rder °f bU8ineSi* minting Unsealed No city official will be received as surety Thotoart reserves the right to reject any and aU bids If deemed for the best Interest of the city so to By order of the Board of Public Works. Dated Jersey City. May “m™ FWCK- a»b ^OTICE TO CONTRACTORS. D,mHle<\JProP0,al8 ?;111 Ve received by the Board of Puhlio Worts on Monday nioruina v&v yi ikvo ut 10 o'clock, for the Improvement of ’ y ' ’ at QRimTH STREET, from Central avenue to Milton avenue in accord. SS£®<rfltho Chfjf'v *P*l®eatlon« on die In the of. Chief Engineer, corner Jersey avenua S5?J!^ftr«#treet;.w,ler® blank forms J bid and Climate of quantUles:- be obtained Abou; *i!SJjRWc yards of earth excavation. About 200 cubic yards of rock excavation. AhUnt n WO ablc yards 8aud or ffravel filling, square yards of stoue paving. About 2,200 lineal feet new curb stone. About ^5 square yards repaving. About lup lineal feet reset curb stone. About J«> square feet relald bridge stone. b*) square foot reiald flogging. About 8o lineal feot cribbing. About 2 basin beads reset. About 8 manhole heads reset to grade, lnifday** oompletton ot contract seventy (TO) work y be making of the above improvement and award of the contract therefor wilf be subject to th« J? I monstrance of the owners of the property liable to tuore than one-half of the assessment therefor pnH^S*ouUS be1euelosed in sealed envelopes, ^udorsed, Proposals for Improvement of Griffith street, from Central avenue to Summit avanu* ” ssf toVtec« & SXSStlu ““ ord*r of bu*™* No city official will be accepted as surety. The Board reserves the right to reject anv or all “ do deemedIor lku be,t Interest of the^mty^o By order of the Board of Public Work* Jersey City, Slay 6,1389. *LASTIi( Clark.