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SII CLDBS WILL STICK.
The Atlantic Association to Continue the Sea son with a New Schedule. OUR CITY MAY HAVE A NEW CLUB. Yesterday’s Games and the Rec ords—The Bay Ridges Beat Brooklyn’s Bon Tons—Gossip of the Clubs. A long business session of the Atlanti c Baseball Association was held yesterday afternoon and last evening at Taylor’s Hotel, this city. The fact that the usual big crowd of baseball managers, umpires, players and cranks was not present at the gathering, and that it attracted few Jer seyltes to the lobby of the hotel, shows that it encompassed but little interest for the general and local public. Aside from those connected with the six clubs remaining in the Association and several newspaper men, no one dropped in to enquire what the session accomplished. At the outset representa tives were present from all the clubs save Hartford, whose delegate arrived during the evening session. Notice was received of the Jersey City Club’s disbandment, and the club’s $500 guarantee was ordered forfeited. Some talk regarding the formation of a new club followed, but nothing definite was gleaned from the conversation, auci no application for the vacated franchise was made. , The widespread rumors that the Wilkes barre Club was on the verge of disband ment occasioned considerable talk, but the representative of the club settled all doubts concerning the matter by averring that the club would last the season out. Owing to the poor home support the club had been compelled to sell some of its best men and retrench in other ways. Its team is, however, still strong. The club is now being managed by M. H. Berguu dcr, one of the directors. Secretary Braden announced that the Association will live the season out, even if the Wilkesbarre Club does disband. The other clubs are in a condition that will enable them to finish the sched ule. The treasurer’s report was satisfac tory, and it showed that the balance re maining in the treasury will more than liquidate any future expenditures and all Aiif.otondinff r* I films Manager Benham, of the Worcester club, reported that be had signed “Snapper” Bang, Jersey City's lightning shortstop. It was also said that Jack Hiland would find an engagement with the Rochester club, and Patsey If riel would soon sign with the London club, from which he has received a good offer. Joe Uerharclt’s reported engagement to go to the Louisville club was not confirmed. Following a recess for supper the matter of revising the schedule was taken up and a lively fight developed. The representatives wrestled over the subject until long after midnight and even then they could not agree. Finally they ad journed in disgust after arranging for its revision by a committee comprising Messrs. Trott. of Newark; Muuslee, of New Haven, and Benham, of Worcester. The vote on the revision will be taken by ^The New England clubs will carry out the present schedule until the report of the committee is approved, as the disband ment of the Jersey City Club does not ma terially interfere with them just at pres ent. Tlie Newark and Wilkesbarre Clubs’ representatives arranged for a series of games between the dubs. Three of the games will be at Wilkesbarre and three at Newark. _ Yesterday'* Championship Games. National League.—At Washington—Washing ton. 5: New York. 1. At Pittsburg—Chicago, 5; Pittsburg, 1. At Boston-Boston, IS: Philadelphia, 0. At Cleveland—Cleveland, 1; Indianapolis, 5. American Association.—At Brooklyn—Louis ville vs. Brooklyn, rain. At Philadelphia—Ath letic, 3; St. Louis, 0; game called owing to rain at end of two innings. At Baltimore—Baltimore, 6; Kansas City, 0. At Columbus—Columbus, 4; Cincinnati, 3. Atlantic Association.—At Lowell—Hartford vs Lowell, rain. At Wilkesbarre— Newark vs. Wilkesbarre, rain. At Worcester—New Haven vs. Worcester, rain. International League.—At Toronto—Toronto, 3- London, 1. At Rochester—Rochester, 5; De troit. S. At Buffalo-Buffalo, 14: Hamilton, 2. At Syracuse—Syracuse, 8; Toledo, 3. Tomorrow's Games. National League.—Philadelphia at New York, Boston at Washington, Indianapolis at Pitts burg, Cleveland at Chicago. American Association.—Louisville at Brook lyn, St, Louis at Philadelphia, Kansas City at. Baltimore. Atlantic Association. -Hartford at W orces ter. New liaveu at Lowell, Newark at WUkes baire. _ Standing of the Clubs. The results of yesterday’s champion ship games were rather uneventful, no changes being worked thereby in the rank of the clubs In any of the fonr big liennant races. In the National league contest Boston again gained ground uoon New York, and Chicago moved closer to the pair tied for third place. In the Americuu Association competition Baltimore strengthened her nold upon third place, and Columbus lessened the gap between her and Kansas City. The Atlantic Association clubs held their own through an off day for all. Detroit’s lead in the International League race was again lessened by Syracuse. To ronto and Rochester bettered their records, while Toledo continued its down hill gait. The records are appended:— NATIONAL LEAGUE. CLCB& W. L. PCT. i CLUES. W. L. PCT. Boston .4# 85 .688 ! Chicago.40 SO . 5*Hi Now York_44 29 .0(I8| Pittsburg.81 45 . 407 Philadelphia..43 31 .55S Indianapolis..28 48 .388 Cleveland_43 34 .558 I Washington.. 83 47 . 328 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. CLUBS. W. L. PCT. I CLUBS. W. L. PCT. St Louis.57 27 . 878 Cincinnati-45.87 . 548 Brooklyn.51 '■’8 . 845 I Kansas City..31 48 .392 Baltimore_48 34 . 575 ] Columbus .....II 52 . 372 Athletic.42 33 . 300 1 Louisville ....IS 83 . 231 ATLANTIC ASSOCIATION. CLUBS. W. L. PCT. 1 CLUBS. W. L. PCT. Wilke star re. 32 19 .827 | Hartford .... 32 29 .524 •Jersey City. Al 28 . 589 1 Lowell. 24 85 . 400 Newark. 35 27 . 561 ; New Haven.. 23 35 . 390 Worcester... S3 28 .540 1‘Easton. 10 20 . 277 • Disbanded. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE. CLUBS. W. L. PCT. 1 CLUBS. W. L. PCT. Detroit.41 21 .081 i Toledo.31 32 .493 Syracuse.43 *5 .332 | London.28 87 . 430 Toronto.34 29 .539 I Buffalo.87 12 .391 Rochester....35 33 .513 t Hamilton ....84 43 .358 VICTORIOUS BAY RIDGES. They Whitewash tho Bou Tons, Crack Amateurs of Brooklyn. Fully one thousand spectators saw the Bay Ridge Baseball Club, of this city, shut out the Bon Tons, of Brooklyn, on Sunday afternoon on the grounds of t'ue victorious club. As the teams are about the best aggregations of their class in their respective localities they put up a came that was both interesting and ex citing Until the seventh inning neither club was able to get a man around the circuit. The visitors made an admirable effort to score in their fourth inning, and came nearer then to getting in a run than at any other time during the game. Murray made ft safe hit, and was advanced a base by a passed ball. Dugan also made a hit, and Murray wus put out while trying to score Dugan was canght napping soon afterwards Gardiner got his base on balls, and Curry made a clean hit, but vva» caught in an attempt to purloin Sejn the seventh inning the local clubs 4id some good stick work and base run ning, thereby succeeding in getting two men ncrosg the plate. After Murphy had filed out to Hayes, Carroll made a dandy two-bagger. The hit was duplicated by Monahan and Car roll tallied. Monnliau immediately stole third and scored on a wild pitch by Job sou. The eighth inning for the Hay Hidges was productive of another run. Million was hit by a pitched ball and he stole sec ond and third. A drive for three bases by Linehan sent, him home. As Kelly struck out, and McDermott did not beat the ball to first, Liuebau was stranded. The score follows Pay Ridges.0 0 0 0 0 0 8 1 0—8 Don Tons.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 GOSSIP OFTHK CLUBS. Sayings and Doings of Hudson County’s 1 Sporting Fraternity. There is a scheme on foot, headed by Messrs. Shepard und Brinkerhoff, to give a grand open tennis tournament in Hud son county. They are desirous of having all the clubs of the county represented. If the secretaries of the various tenuis clubs will send their names and addresses to H. H. Brinkerhoff, Jr., president of the Jersey City Lawn Tennis Club, at No. 180 Vroorn street, this city, they will hear more in regard to the tournament. Secretary Van Winkle, of the Dauntless Yacht Club of this city, recently pur chased a handsome racing yacht from parties up the Hudson. He has named the craft “Ketch Up.” The Cornet Baseball Club, of Centre ville, wishes to receive challenges from the CentreviUe Athletic Club and the American Beseball Club, of CentreviUe. It is the intenttion of the Jersey City Yacht Club members to make their thir ty-first annual regatta a notable affair in yachting circles. The various commit tees are working earnestly in behulf of the organization, and by the time fixed for the regatta they intend to have every thing in firstrciass shape. It will occur on Saturday, August 10, and any yacht may enter whose owner is a member of some organized yachting association. Val | liable prizes will be awarded the winner in every class. With a party of friends aboard, Coun sellor Norman L. Rowe lias been cruising since Saturday along the Shrewsbury in the sloop yacht Willie and Charlie, of the Pavonia Yacht Club’s fleet. The Regatta Committee of the Daunt less YachtClub, this city, have fixed upon Sunday, August 25, as the date for their monthly cruise and chowder, which will take place at Clifton, S. I. Ex-Comuio dore John Bolen is perfecting excellent arrangements for this affair, and it prom ises to eclipse all others. oouiu oi me most prominent atmetes in Hudson county, who live on the Heights, arc contemplating the organization of a | new athletic club. They intend to get I the use of Caledonian Park for training I purposes, and a committee lias already been appointed to interview Mr. Fahey, i tile proprietor of the place, in regard to securing the large barn at the southwest , corner of the park for a club house. Among the leading projectors of the new i organization are Messrs. Vandermost, ( Maloney, Irving and McCoy. The yachts Phantom, Avalon, II. H. Holmes, Squall, Avon, Christine and Waeordah, of the Pavouin Yacht Chib’s [ fleet, have been entered by their respee ; tive owners in the Jersey City Yacht Clnb’s annual regatta. Tlie Association of Merry Anglers, of Greenville, is holding its annual outing at Forked River, Barnegat Bay. Some three dozen enthusiastic fishermen com prise the party. Any athlete", not a member of the Scot tish-American Athletic Club, can secure the privilege of training on that organiza tion’s grounds by paying a monthly fee of fifty cents to Edward Olosterman, cap tain of the club. F. C. Pnffer, of the New Jersey Ath letic Club, won the 220 yards hurdle race yesterday afternoon in 28.3-5 seconds at the Foresters’ athletic games in Brook lyn. He also was second, Zach A. Cooper, who has joined the N. J. a. C., in the running high jump, clearing five feet one inch. Several of the prominent running broad jumpers of the New Jersey Athletic Club, among whom are E. E. Barnes and \V. E. Neumann, are wondering whether the officers of their organization will lay a clay jumping path in place of leaving it rougli grass, as it is now. These men have spoken to a reporter about it several times and they do not understand their club’s seeming indifference. Many athletes from the Young Men’s Christian Association of Jersey City are now training nightly on the Scottish American Athletic Club’s grounds. Through the efforts of Secretary James E. Sullivan the Amateur Athletic Union has reinstated J. Vandermost, a crack runner of this city. Some excellent swimmers have been entered for the Amateur Athletic Union’s championships by the New Jersey Ath letic Club. After an absence of about a vear Frank Dolan, an old member of the Scottfsh Ameriean Athletic Club, has begun train ing for the organization’s fall games. Hughey Boyle, the bantam of New Jer sey, is nnxious to complete the arrange ments for the much talked of light be tween himself and Chappie Moran, of this city, before the Troy Crib Club. Moran’s friends say that Boyle is out of the question because he has no backing. The recent reports circulated as to William Kenny, of the New Jersey Ath letic Club, intending to go in training shortly for a go with Rocap, the 115-pound amateur champion, is not so. Kenny says lie has given up all hopes of ever meeting Rocap, as the lattei is not inclined to fight, on account of a responsible posi tion which he holds in Philadelphia. Kenny has begun training for a 'cross-country running, and will also take part in the different amateur boxing tonruaments during the fall and winter, but he will never ugain make a proposi tion to light Rocap. if the Philadelphia people are willing, this coming fall or winter, to make a match, Kenny will cer tainly nccept the challenge. While running in the 220 yards roce at the printers’ gomes last Saturday after noon, K. E. Barnes, of the New Jersey Athletic Club, badly injured his instep. Thu track is only 220 yards around, which necessitates rather shap turns, and Barnes thinks it was in negotiating one ol these that the strain was done. It may lay him on the Blielf lor a considerable time, for only a ijest will cure such things. Anglers are having great sport just now at Atlantic City. The fish never ran larger or more numerous. Chappie Moran is considerably incensed over the-manner in which his name lias been used by several faking aspirants for notoriety. He says that the statement that he was not at the Illustrated A'c/os office on Monday. July 15, ready to make a mutch with any of the 105-ponnd men who have any backlugls not true. He was there with Prof. Billy Hart, from one o’clock to three in the after noon, and not a man appeared who wanted to fight. Chappie re turned to Jersey City, after askiug Mr. Lumley to send him word if any one came around to fight, and he would come over at once, He lias heard nothing since, hut about every other day some new 105 pounder comes out in print just hanker ing for a fight with him. None of them will post a forfeit, however, and none seem to have any backing. Most of thorn want to fight before the Troy Crib Club for a purse of $500. The Troy Crib Club, however,is not hanging up purses for bum fights. Chappie is very anxious to get on a match with any man of his weight in the world, he says, and he will make it for 8500 a side, or for a purse if anyone wants to hang it up, but lie can’t hung t up himself. If any oue of the meu who say they want to fight him will give him any reasonable notice he will meet him at auy time or place named. If he can’t come himself his backer will be on hand. Moran says lie is looking for money, not notoriety, as most of liis challengers are. A Pleasant Party at tile Scats' Club. There was a very pleasant party at the Scots’ Young Men’s clubrooms, No. 54 Montgomery street, last Friday evening. The party was held In honor of the seven teenth birthday of Mr. Charles B. Jordan. There was singing, story telling and, in 1 OTTR STOCK OF Clocks, Bronzes, Silverware, Figures, Gold-Headed Canes, Silk Umbrellas, Itf SELLING VERY RAPIDLY WITH THE LARGE DISCOUNT OP 20 PER CENT., BUT WE HAVE ADDED NEW GOODS THAT WE ARE ALSO DISPOSING OF AT THE SAME 20 PER CENT. DISCOUNT. BE SURE TO CALL ON US BEFORE WE MAKE OUR ALTERATIONS THIS IS A RARE CHANCE-ONLY ONCE IN 15 OR 30 YEARS. EVERY ARTICLE GUARANTEED. 73 MONTGOMERY STREET, .Year Washington, JERSEY CITY fact, a good time In general. The young gentleman received the congratulations of his many friends, who all wished him many and happy years to come. A few of those who composed the merry party were Charles Fields and Joseph Mills, of Brooklyn; Frank Cox, of Englewood; Joseph Jordan, of Pbiladel Shia; H. A. Rendle and D. N. Irving, of ewark; S. E. Smith, Robert Holmes, James Kinlin, William Cook. Janies Court, John Ryan, Charles Fox, Charles Ward, Louis Bulloch, George Gritliu, Thomas Scott and Sydney Jordan. Experience Tenches. From the New York Weekly. Small Boy—Pa, what is the differ ence between a pessimist and an op timist? Pa—Well, let me see if I can illus trate. You know I am often discour aged, and things don’t look to me ns if they’d ever go right. Well, at such times I can be said to be a pessimist. But years ago, when I was a young man, everything was bright and rosy, and I was always hopeful. Then I was an optimist. How, my son, can you understand the difference be tween a pessimist and an optimist? Small Boy—Oh, yes; .one is married and the other isn’t. A mitigated Retraction. From Texas Siftings. First Doctor—You have been spread ing the report that I have poisoned several people in this town. I want you to take it back. Second Doctor—Certainly, I don’t hesitate to say that there are several people in this town whom you have not yet poisoned. Hope you are satis fied now. Deserved a Pension. From Munsey's Weekly. “You say you fought all through the war, but I can’t find your name on any of the enlistment rolls.” “I know it. I wasn’t enlisted. I fought with my wife.” ^here’s Jim OR, The Orange Diamond, BY M. Bathurst Deane. THE NINTH OR OUR SERIES OR jjHSl BY EMINENT AUTHORS, WILL A.F>Ir>E£.A.R Next Sunday. HEIDI! II TIE NEXT ISSUE Of TIE Sunday Morning News. Price, 3 Cents, Order It in Advance From Your Newsdealer to Prevent Disappointment. N. B.—Back Numbers containing these Excellent Stories enu be obtained at Hie office of The Je&sky City News. No. SO Montgomery Street. They will aff ord excellent summer muling. A LARGE STOCK — OF Rugs, Lace Curtains, Clocks, Rogers’ Silverware, AMD OTHEK CSEFCL HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES, FOB CASH OR ON TIME. Call and Examine Them. CEORCE E. WATSON, 01 Montgomery St, WHY LEAVE THE CITY -FOR When an Extensive Variety of these goods ean be found at J. SCEEUMBERfiER’S Harness and Carriaje Repository, 85 Montgomery St. Every Carriage of Superior Workmanship and Warranted. 69 NEWARK AVEr THE 69 NEWARK AYE. Star Clothing Conpany, MEN’S, BOYS’ AND CHILDREN’S FINE CLOTHING Ready Made and to Order, CASH or CREDIT, at Cash Prices. LADIES’ CLOAKS, WRAPS and DRESS GOODS. Separate and Exclusive Ladies’ Department. A CALL EARNESTLY SOLICITED. WE MANUFACTURE ALL OUR OWN GOODS. Owing to the increase in our Clothing Department we were compelled to get rid of our Hat Department to make room for a New and Full Line of Summer Clothing. ! -BQX For Billons and Nervous Disorders, Such as Wind and Pain In t**, Fulness, and Swelllngaftcr Metis. 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These are “ zacts " admitted by thousands, in all classes of society, and one of ihe best guaran tee;; to the Nervous cud Debilitated 13 that BEECHAM’S PILLS HAVE THE LARGEST SALE UF ANY PATENT MEDICINE IN THE WORLD. Full directions with each Box. Prepared only by THOS. EBECHAM, St. Helens, Lancashire, England. fold by Druggists umeraUy, B, JF. ALLEN & CO., 3G6 and 367 Canal St., New York, Sole Agents for the United States, who. (if your druggist does not keep them,) WTLXJMAIL BEECH AM'S PILLS ON RECEIPT OF PRICE 25 CENTS A BOX. - II ■ i m I J11LMA11 ■ »1>L—UJMBUgg■BLI 'JU_HLL_ J JLUL1 MASTER’S SALE.—IN CHANCERY OF NEW Jersey. Between Cornelius Duncan and others, complain ants, and Cornelius Duncan, Jr., auil others* de fendants. On bill for partition and decree for sale, Collins A Cerbiu. solicitors. By virtue of a decree of the Court of Chancery of New Jersey, made and died in tho above cause on tlic twentieth day of June, eighteen hundred aud eighty nine, by which it was among other things or dered, judged and decreed that all aud singular the premises mentioned in the bill of complaint In suld cause and therein described, together with all ami singular the hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining, be told at public vendue to the highest bidder, in I the presence and under the direction of the sub scrlber. one of the Special Masters of said Court of Cham cry. I, Isaac Romaine, Special Master as afore said, shall expose to sale at public vendue, to the highost bidder, on Thursday, the fifteenth day of August next [isftfL at two o'clock in the after noun, at my oft’.cc [Weldon Build lug, fourth floor, room 57). No. 10 Montgomery street, Jersey City. All that certain lot of land and premises situate lying und being in Jersey City, in the County or Hudson, and rtute of New Jorsey, which on a map of the farm of Cornelius Van Yorst, made for him by Joseph F. Bridges, of New York, June, A. D., isgfj, amfllied in tlieoiJlceof the Clerk [now regis ter) of the County of Hudson, April 24, l$4., is known ana distinguished as lot numbered twenty-nine [»], iu block li umbered forty three^(4;:), being twenty five feet wide lit front and rear, by one hundred feet deep throughout, and fronting on the cast side of JERSEY STREET, COW .TEES'RY AVENUE, as laid down on >-uid map, together with all and singular the hereditaments and appurtenances to the said premises belonging or in uny wise apper t“'Ill“t' ISAAC ROMAINE, Special Master in Chancery. J. Ml. 1 VIJL MS MUZ, RESTAURANT AND DINING-ROOM. TABLE BOARD. »S.» PER WEEK. 356 Grove Street, Jersey City. Tables Reserved for Ladles GLOCK’S MARKET, The Favorite place for families to get their Groceries* Meats and Provisions. No. 176 Mercer Street, HENRY "hAASE, " Practical Boot and 8hoe Makar. A $0 SHOE, made to order, my specialty, 93 Montgomery St., J. C, Sy own make constantly' on hand, epalrlng promptly attended to» Corporation Notice. X* OT1CE TO CONTRACTORS. - SEALED PRO 1y posals will bo received at the office of tho Board of Street ami Water Commissioners, on Monday, August 5, 188S, at 10 o'clock a. m.. for the ' IMPROVEMENT OF IIALLAPAY STREET, front Oomnmnlpaw avenue to Johnston avenue, in accordance with plans and specifications on file in the office of the Chief Engineer, corner or Jersey avenue aud Mercer street, where blank forms of bid and agreement of sureties must be obtained. ESTIMATE OK QUANTITIES. About 1,830 cubic yards of earth excavation. About :ilO cubic yards of earth tilling. About wo cubic yards of sand or gravel filling. About 4,01X1 square yards of stone paving. About 1.8U0lineal foot of curbstone. I About 220 sque-e feet of bridge stone. ! About IUW> square feet of /lagging. ! About 80 square yards of re-paving. | About i,02t) lineal feet of ro set curb stone. About 4.(Mi square Ieot of re-laid flagging. ! About 00 lineal feet of cribbing. About two receiving basins to be reset, j About four manholes to be reset, i Time allowed for the completion of the work, one I hundred working days. i The making of the above improvement ami award . of the contract therefor will lie subject to the re monstrance of the owners of the property liable to more than one-half the assessment therefor. Proposals must t>e enclosed in sealed envel opes, endorsed “Proposals for improvement of Hallu (lav street." directed to "E. A. Dugan, Esq . Chairman of Committee on Streets and Sewers,'"and handed to the Clerk of the Board In open meeting when culled for In tho order of business relating to sealed pro posals. No city official will be accepted as surety. The attention of bidders is especially called to Section 1:4 of the “New Charter of 1880, under the terms whereof no contract shall be binding upon tho city until the bondsmen offered bv the con tractor have boon approved by the Board of Finnuce, the President of said Board having power to examine the proposed bondsmen under outn. By order of tho Board of Street and Water Com missioners. GEORGE T. BOUTON, Clerk. Dated Jersey City, N. J.. July ID. 13S8. SI MMER RESORTS._ THE ST. CLOUD 213 FIRST AVENUE, ASBURY PARK, fourth house from the ocean. fcgTNew Management, Excellent Table aud Light aud Airy Rooms. MRS. M. LEWIS. ... ......... . . I, C. C. FRANK & CO., | STOCK BROKERS Weldon Building, Room 2, Jersey City. STOCKS, GRAIN AND OIL. Bought aud sold on margin. Private wire® to xork aud Chicago. CASH OR CREDIT. Special Sale B FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS Mullins & Co., 121,123,12S Newark tone, J. C. TO REDUCE Our Immense Stock OF Carpets, Furniture, Bedding, J Lace Curtains, Cornices, Oilcloths, Blankets, Clocks, Relrigerators, Baby Carriages, Stoves, Ranges, &c., <k TO MAKE ROOM FOR FALL GOODS, WE HAVE REDUCED EVERY ARTICLE 25 PERCENT, This is a Great Inducement for Housekeepers to Purchase at the Present Time. CASH OR CREDIT. MULLINS & CO. i2l, 123, 125 Newark knee, J, C, Turner & Bennell, Grocers aM Wine lercbants. ESTABIilSIIED 23 VEAUB. S3 & 25 NEWARK AYENTTE, J.C. CONFECTIONERY. STONE. HOME-MADE CANDIES Always Press. Pire Cannes a Specialty. 75 Montgomery Street. Large reduction to Schools and Fairs. ' WILFRED 6. LAWRENCE, MANUFACTURING AND WHOLESALE Confectioner, No. 291 First Street, JUNCTION NEWARK AVENUE. Dealer in New and Second-Hand Show Coses, Glass Jars. Scales, etc M. A. SHANAHAN, Practical Plumber, Sanitary Work a Specialty. 515 Grove Street, Jersey City. All orders promptly attended to. MC. 3P. MORAN Plumber and Gas Fitter, I 503 Grove Street, J. C. Efitirontes for all work cheerfully given and orders ' promptly attended to. , V J Repairs for stoves und ranges furnished. Also roofs, leaders, etc. made and repaired. 3P. 33. Mik3R.TIN,~ Practical Sanitary Plumber; and steam fitter. HEATERS AND RANGES A SPECIALTY. 189 Montgomery St., Jersey City PETER T. DONNELLY, PRACTICAL PLUMBER UNO GAS FITTER. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. 288 Washington Street, J. C. Estimates Furnished All Work Guaranteed hT&T^t elSnE" 31 MONTGOMERY STREET. (STELLING BUILDING.) FINE WINES AND OLD WHISKIES, Fine Alea, Best Bran da of Imported and Domestic Cigars. Rocteter Beer on Dranskt and in Bottles HIGHEST PRICE PAID! OLD BOOKS MAGAZINES UNO LIBRARIES BOUGHTI 13. Scarboro, 04 Montgomery St., J. C. New books supplied at a liberal discount from par chasers’ prices. Call or send for bargain catalogue ol *6 paces; free to ail on application. 100 Baby Carriages, $2.00 UPWARD. MOSER, PUSTER, SOmT SCAVE N G EC RS. OFFICES: 58 MONTGOMERY ST., 21? RilAOIkD WE Privy Vaults, Sinks and Cesspools Emptied and Disinfected, iu oil ports of Hudson County, prompt and cheap. ordinance Kor the relief of H.G. Bid well In construction of a buv window iu building, northwest corner Brara hall and Madison avenues. The Mayor and Aldermen of Jersey City do ordain us follows:— ...... . t Section I. That H. G. Btdweil shall be, aDd he li hereby granted permission to construct and main tain a buy window upon the first floor of building owned by him at the northwest corner of Bramhall and Madison avenues, which may extend beyond the building line of Bramhall avenue three feet, uuy ordinance to the contrary notwithstanding, the work to lie done under the supervision of the In spector of Buildings. Passed July 2S. 1 __ „ Jous E. Scott, CHARES W. ALLEN, City Clerk. President Approved July 2t>, 1889, p CHANCERY OP NEW JERSEY. To John Gaynor:— „ _ .. • % By virtue of an order of the Court of Chancenr of New Jersey, made on the day of the date hereof. In a cause wherein James Coyle Is complainant, and you and another are defendants, you arc required to appear, plead, answer, or demur to the bill Of said complainant, on or before the thirtieth day of July uext, or the said bill will be taken as confessed "VhrSJdbtll l« Bled ro foreclow a mortgage given bv John Covle to Edmund C. Bramhall, dated Divember teuth, eighteen hundred and sixty elghk on lands In the city or Jersey City (that part thereof formeriv called Hudson City). In the county of Hud son and'state aforosaid, and you. John Gaynor, Are made a deromlunt iu said cause, because you hold a mortgage on said lumls subsequent and subject to said first mortgage. THUS. F. NOONAN. JR.. Solicitor, Jersey City, New Jersey. Dated May 28.18B9. _tjgjj ORDINANCE- _ For the relief of Mary L. Kenney In construct!®* of buy windows In building No. 270 Sixth street The Mayor and Aldermen of Jersey City do ordnln us follows: - \ Suction l.—That Mary L. Kenney shall be, and she is hereby granted permission to conatruot and maintain bav windows upon first, second, third and fourth fl.>ors of building owned by her at No. JfW sixth ktieet, which window nrny extend two [tj feet tour T4] laches beyond the building line of Sixth street, uuy ordluunce to the contrary notwith standing. the work to be done under the super vision of toe Inspector of Building*. Passed July‘28, 188*J. J oils E. SCOTT. CHAA W. ALLEN, City Clerk. President. Approved So. l**.0RESTM CUWj^