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NEWS OF THE STATE.
AN ARRAY OF ITEMS OF INTEREST everywhere. Camden Had Sunday Cara Yesterday for the First Tiroe-A Boy with Two Step-parents--The Coming State Con vcntions. The street cars of Camden ran for the first time on Sunday yesterday and were well filled on every trip. The directors on Friday decided to run four cars on Fifth street, their main line, to Kaighns b, venue, where connections were made with the South second street line to Centreville, where two cars carried the transfer passengers. It was experimental, but it proved very satisfactory. The company decided some time ago to run their cars on Sunday, but oojections were made by the ministers of the several churches, and resolutions passed con demning the project, which were handed to the directors at their next meeting. As the company was busy extending its sys- , tem, and was not in a position at that time to go ahead with this intended new departure, they received the resolutions and deposited them in a pigeon-hole in the desk and awaited the time when they would be prepared to start. The people seemed well pleased at the staud the com pany had taken and expressed the wish : that the full number of cars would be Slaced on the various lines at an early ate. _ j Drowned in Newark Bay. Otto Kunzel, aged thirty-seven years, a married man, the father of five children t and living at No. 349 Plane street, New ‘ ark, left his home on Saturday noon for 1 tne purpose of going fishing. He walked to K roll’s boathouse, adjoining the J Central Railroad bridge, and hired a boat, and at three o'clock left the boat house and rowed out beyond the dyke. About seven o’clock his boat was found adrift. It contained his lunch, which . was untouched, Iris hat. fishing tackle and coat. In tho bottom of , the boat there was also found *8 In bills. Tlie boat was taken to Kroll’s, and at twenty minutes past twelve , o’clock Saturday night a man, much the worse for liquor, reported the affair to ‘ Lieutenant W a ill bo Id at Police Headquar ters. He could hardly be understood, and . but little confidence was placed in his Btory. Last night, however, the case was re ported at the Third Precinct by some one . who was sent by Kroll.f The police will investigate the affair this morning. ( There is a doubt whether Kunzel was really drowned on account of the money being found in the bottom of the boat. ] The man was a leather worker and was employed in P. A. Smith’s leather factory on Halsey street. Die Misery of Having Two Step-Parents. The Trenton police last night cared for t a little boy who tells a pitiful tale. He is a pale-faced, delicate little fellow, and looks not over ten years of age. He says 1 that he is thirteen, and lie talks like a boy ( much older. He lips been at the police 1 station three times before, and always tells the same straightforward story. f He says that his home is at Milltown. a small place not far from New Brunswick. J He has a stepfather and stepmother. His lather died first, and his mother married again. Then she died and his steDfather 1 remarried. The boy’s step-parents have driven him from home, and he has been i forced to travel about, and get subsistence in the best way possible. He has tried to get something to do, hut his small size interferes with his success. The poor lit- 1 tie fellow does not know what to do, though he seems williug to do anything, j He tells his story in a cold, dry tone, as though he had lost all leeling. . Camden Barber Shops Closed. Camden citizens who failed to get ! Shaved Saturday were compelled to go unshaven yesterday. Nearly all the bar" hers complied with the resolution to close their places of business yesterday. The • detective employed by the association made a report against only one violator, ! Philip Botts, whose place of business is at ' No. 632 North Front street. At the meet ing of the barbers to be held tonight this case and all others that may be reported will be brought up and the Prosecuting Committee will be empowered to make , test cases of them in the courts of law. Pour Tracks Through Trenton. ■ In order to consummate its scheme of running four tracks through Treuton to complete a four-track road from New j York to Philadelphia, agents of that company have been negotiating with i Sroperty owners on the north side of ;ridge street, east of Union and the ( south side of Bridge street, west of War ren. It is said that a new station will be built, and that its location will be ‘ changed to the east side of Union on Bridge. _ j Mr. Balbach Improving. The friends of Mr. Balbach are greatly ] encouraged by the improvement in his condition. Mr. Balbach is now able to I sit up and with a little assistance move around the room. On account of his ad- , vanced age, he being now eighty-six, it was feared that the attuck would prove 3 fatal, but the favorable change has given his family great hopes. The State Conventions. September 17th or 19th will be the date of the Republican Scute Convention. That will be either the Tuesday or the „ Thursday of the week following the week of the Democratic State Convention. The State Liquor dealers will hold a conven- 5 tion at Camden on the same day on which the Democratic Convention assembles. , llocbllng Doesn’t Own It. j Judge Woodruff, the counsel of the Trenton Horse Railroad Company, denies the truth of the rumor to the effect that the Roeblings had secured the con- ( trolling interest in that corporation, and that this would assure the withdrawal ■ from the management of Managing l)i- 1 rector Perrine. _ Opening the Free Library. The Free Public Library, of Newark •will be formally opened to the citizens oil ‘ September 16. About twenty thousand books have been placed and the work of cataloguing them is progressing rapidly. < REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. j (Official Record of Last Week's Transfers * and Mortgages. 4 TRANSFERS. JERSEY CITY. Oeorge J. Taylor to Michael Garvin, lots 25 and 29, blk 343, Mary E. Sisson.$1,000 , David Henderson to Emma Clifton, lot 1 and 2, blk 208, map D. Henderson. 1,300 Exrs W. B. Ogden to Louis Wengle, n. e. 4 cor Bowers st and Cambridge ave, 23x 100. . 1,550 Exrs Peter J. J. Lignat to Thomas Cogan, < s w s Linden ave, where s e Methodist Church intersects same. 4,450 Fxrs Busan Anderson to Conrad Mezger, s w 8 Neptuue ave, 493.52, s e of Bergen ave, 85x118.61. 325 Murtny M. Gonville et ux to First German Evaug Church, lot B, Bacot's map 1801, blk 345, 25x100. 2,800 SUvingston Gifford et ux to John H Law less, n s Astor pi, 145.77 e. of Crescent ave, 14x100 . 3,000 < Fre d M. Porrett et al by Shf to Adolph Walter, trustee, 8 s Jersey City and Bergen Pt pi road, at n cor plot 11, map R. Vreeland . 75 Fred M. Porrett et al to German Pioneer Verein, same property. 0,500 Kmilie E. Hussa to Louise Hussa, s 8 Hague st, 50 ft w of boundary, E1 F l... 1 Louise Hussa to Alberte Orentor, some as above. 335 Louise Hussa to Flaven Strobins, s s Hague st, 80 f t w of div side, between F1 and E 1. 35x100. 825 Charles Wedeineyer to H. Bock, lot 50, map Centre Hill. 3,500 William G. Bumstead et ux to Lizzie A. t Throckmorton, s s Glen wood ave, 66.0 ft i eof E, plot5, map Carnes Young and Anness.•. 650 JCxr of B. B. Sherman to J. O’Neill, s 8 Lincoln st. 100 ft w of Milton ave. 440 Emma K. Baker to Jo*. Godfrey, lots 8®. 54, blk 2, map ‘James Baker and other ^ 3cUn of Charles G. Baker to same, und one half of same as above.. • • 600 lustave S. Baker to same, und one-half of same as above. 600 Emma A. Hamel to John Gehm, s s Academy st, in n cor Id, William Knapp. C,500 E. H. Nichols to John H. Cunningham, s e s Delaware ave, 120 ft n e < f Duncan ave 300 J. Gienstein to P. Hayes, w s Coles st, 20 ft s of Tenth st, fcixlOO. ■•••••••*••: J. H. Browning to Mary J. Ryan, lot 50, bk 339, map Mary E. Sisson.. • *00 Jane Lamb to Herman Wackeman, lot 38, bk 96, map Vandcrbeck Mills.•••••• 80O James Anderson to Antonio Fro lor, lot li, blk 2, map E. B Wakerman. 1,<00 Exrs Jeremiah W.Dwight to Alfred Sieger, lots 37 and 88, blk 2, map Hudson tw Terrace Co, Und ^. 800 Exrs Jennie McU Fish to same, same as above.. — .. 800 inua M. De Mott to William Gopsill. n w s Crescent ave, 100 ft n o of Astor pi, .. 1.800 Wiliam Gopsill to Franklin Brooks, same as above. 1,800 Effingham H. Nichols et ux to Edward R. Downing, s e s Belvidere ave, 120 n e of Duncan ave. 20x100. 200 rames Wilkinson etuxtoGeo.Wilkinson.se s Bergen ave, where inters divis James Wilkinson and Emma L. Toffey.17,000 Joseph O’Toole et ux to William Holtz, w s Western ave, 325 ft s of Lincoln st, 25x100. 175 tichard G. Sip et al to John Grundy s 8 e cor Newkirk and Dick st, 47.80x93.79— 1,050 Lllanby Thompson et ux to Frank Stevens. lots 9 to 14, blk 2, map John Brinkerhoff 2,500 i. McFerran by Sheriff to Mary McFerran, 8 s Tenth st, 100 w of Jersey ave— • •. • 185 lame to same, same property. 1 Villiam E. Bramhail et ux to Edward Russ, lots 1,2 and 3, map E. C. Bramhail blk E.. 1,100 'ranees M. Bostwick to Alice W. Pierce, 8 e s Clerk st, 50 ft s w of Myrtle ave, 25x100 . 600 dletta C. Thomas to Bridget Meaney. lot 17, map C. Hespe. 800 lame to Margaret Farrell, lot 8, map C. Hespe. 800 tenjamin Randall to Michael Connolly, pt of lots 1 to 4, blk 396, s s Twelfth st... 150 lannah Rapp et al to Anna Muller, s 8 Boyd ave, 252.8 e of West Side ave, 168x75. 1,000 Ldm August Ingwersen to John H. Cro nan, w s Jersey ave, 60 ft n of Fifth at, 25x100. 6,000 oseph W. Roy et al to John H. Kenny, e s Randolph ave, 100 ft n of Cartaret ave, 50x150. 3,300 )aniel E. Cleary to Catharine Herbert, n s Seventh st, 116.8 w of Brunswick st, 16.8x100. 3,200 dletta C. Thomas to Charles H. Canefleld, lot 4, map C. Weber, 50x45.9. 500 idolph Walter, trus, to German Pioneer Verein, s s Jersey City and B Pt PI Rd. at n cor, plot H, map R. Vreeland. 75 kdolph Muller to S. Waeht, w s Webster ave, 190 8 of Bowers st. 5,400 ohn M. Jones to Charles Martiu, s a Sip ave. 149.50 e of Tonnele ave. 800 ohn Mnsterson et ux to llonora Hertehy, e s Grove st, 75 ft n of Eleventh st, 25x 100.. 7,075 leorge P. Howell to John Magmar, n s Newark ave, on — ea Jackson, formerly Newhamer. 1 •orenzo A. Boyd to Charles W. Alien, n s Magnolia ave, 100 ft w of Baldwin ave, 50x101.1. 1 .dm of August Ingwersen to Marie Tnmimrcon « u Mtnnn nv» mu] c c Tnirwor. sen pi, 29.97x77.41... 4,000 8ECAUCU8. mthony Engelbrecfrt to Casper Engel brecht, plots 1 and 2, map Casper Engel breelit, Paterson Plk Rd. 1 BAYONNE. 'eresa M. F. Close to Kate Bell, lot 29, blk G, map J. B. Close.. 450 eldon I). Bennett et ux to Charles Still man, s e 8 Avenue D, 50 ft n e of Thirty seventh st. 20x100 . 550 arah E. Schuyler to Thomas Moody, n e s \Vest Twelfth st, w of Avenue C, 25x100.. 1,000 .ucinda M. Reed to Amalie Von tier Luke, s w s East Forty-fifth st, 100 ft n w of Avenue E, 50x100 . 2,GOO [atharine V. R. Imbrie to Catharine Mur phy, s w s West Twelfth st, 150 ft s e of Avenue B. 125 V’illiam Currie to Exrs James Currie, n w s Avenue A, 50 ft s w Of Fifty-third st, 25x 100. 100 NORTH BERGEN. ’rank Lorch et ux to Otto Habisch, lot 91, map H. F, Moackeus <fc Co, w s Polk st, 25x100 . 100 Lobert Grey to Mary Knolle, lot 88, map H. VonGlahn. 350 idam Siegfried et ux to George F. Rouguet, lot 8, blk A, map Adam Siegfried, Town ship North Bergen. 300 lame to Cesar Colinet, lot 5i\ blk A, same map. 300 GUTTENBERG. Elizabeth Holzhausen to August Horn, lots 664 and 665, map Guttenberg. 2,300 HOBOKEN. Lugust Seitz et ux to Charles Wilte, e s Jefferson st, 100 ft s of Second st, 25x100 25 ;harles Wilte to John Me* z, same as above 5,800 loboken Land and Improvement Co. to Patrick Cook, beginning on line West Clinton st and 100 ft o thereof, and 150 n of Third st, 25x29 . 350 Lndrew J. 131ackburn to Andrew Black burn, w s Jefferson st, 125 ft n of Ferry st, 25x100. 1,500 largaret Mullin et al by Shff to Admr Michael Campion, lot 83, blk 78, Coster map, w s Grand st. 800 V’illiam J. Yerna to Samuel B. Dodd, e s Bloomfield at, 65 ft n of 6th st, 18.4x75.... 4,682 Lliee C'revier to John Merry, lots 3 to 11, blk 143, Coster map. 2,100 d) rah am Lyon et al by Shff to Daniel Mc Pherson, e s Willow st, 176 ft s of 3d st, 25x100 . 500 august Moller et ux to Bernard McKevitt, lot 6, blk 43, Coster map, 25x100 . 700 Charles H. Berrman to Oscar Frommel, lots 1 to 17, blk 67, map Coster. 1,725 WEST HOBOKEN. Lichard Westlake to Ellis T. Jones, e s Elm st in u w cor ld H. G. Eiishemius, 200.16x V-iT.eH. 1,800 loboken Ld & Irapt Co to Otto Schultz, s s Dodd st, 100 ft w of Clinton ave, 75.67x 100..... 1,425 Ixrs of Maria Berry to Mat.thew Leary, lot 5, blk C 6-3, map De Mott & Bloodgood, 25x100. 2,000 largaret McCredee to Macpherson Smith, e s Old Bergen road at s w cor of lot 26, map Thomas Busman, 67x165. 1 V’illiam G. Kenny to Catharine Mullally, lot 35, map West Hoboken Ld Assn. 1 'ritz Walllmike et ux to Charles O. Rich ards, lot 9, plot F6, map share F, De Mott Homestead farm. 500 HARRISON. oseph H. Tierney to Mary Tierney, w s 3d st, 125 ft s of William st, 25x100. 1 ohu L. Tierney to Mary Tierney, same as above. 1 hoirias W. Tierney, same, same as above.. 1 ames J. Bradley et ux to Honora Condon, n e cor Warren and Fifth sts, 25x97 . 900 KEARNEY. arah Dunn et al to Alicia Dunn, © si Sec ond st, 25 ft s of land John Williams, 25x100. i ieorge H. Hardy to Walter Oliver, n si Clayton ave, 25 ft w of Jonn st. 25x100.. 500 Smil H. Fuller, iud and ex to W. Nels Jan sen, e si jvearney ave, lKts.gu s or Oak wood ave,251.30x116. 2,200 MORTGAGES. JERSEY CITY. reorge Wilkinson to James Wilkinson, s e s Bergen ave, where inters div, George • Wilkinson and Emma L. Toffey, 5 yrs?. $14 000 'rank Stevens to A. Thompson, lots 9 to 14^ ’ blk 2, John Brinkerhoff, 1 yr.1,750 Robert W. Philips to the New Jersey Title Guarantee and Trust Co., s e si Huiladay st, 150 ft s w of Bramhali ave. ins. 1 000 ohn Lagomarsino to R. Simpson, lots 7*i ’ and 16, blk 1,422, map Henry R. Vroeland, 3 yrs. 1000 dice W. Pierce to Frances M. Bostwiek, s 0 si Clerk st, 50 ft 8 w of Myrtle ave; 5 yrs.. COO Jharles P. Henry to C. Kern, lot 19, blk 1, map J. Montgomery; 5 yrs. 1,000 ‘eter A. Kern to K. Kern, lot 41, map ^Washington Village Land Ass;5 yrs. 1 000 leorge Meluerney to A. B. Dayton, s si of Bowers st, 125 ft wr Milton ave; 3 yrs_ 175 Libert Pattkie or Pittke to Hudson City Mutual B. and L. Association, w s ival est st, 175 ft n of Broadway, ins. 1 000 ohn H. Cronan to Mutual Life Ins. Co., w si Jersey ave, 50 ft 11 of Fifth st; 1 yr.... 3,500 ohn H. Kenny to J. P. Northrop, e s Ran dolph ave, 100 feet n of Cartaret ave; ins.. 2,300 Alexander Stuart to Hudson City Savings Bank, lots 18 and 15, map Town of Hud son Land Ass'n; 1 yr—. 300 leorge Beck to Ijifayette M B & L Ass’n, lot 13, blk 66, man Richard Sip; inst. 1 800 lluryj. Ryan to J. H. Browning, lot 56, blk 339, map Mary E. Sisson; 8 years. 600 Villiam Wiseman to Provident Institution for Savings, u s Wayne st, 125 ft w of Barrow st; 1 yr. 1000 Fulia Beck to J. Loerver, lots 31 and 82, blk 4, map Hudson City Terrace Co; 2 yrs 2 000 1. L. Furey to Howard B & L Asso, n 0 * cor 17th and Grove sts; inst. 1 00Q leorge H. Klute to J. O’Shea, s s Beacon * ave, 496 ft 1 in w of Palisade ave; 3 yrs . 1 000 dary Seoly to Hudson City Savings Bank, s w b Cottage st, 708 ft 3 in w of Summit ave; 1 yr.. 800 Bridget Egan to W. G. Bumsted, s s Bright st.In li James Jackson; 3 yrs.. 3 000 rohn Christman to W. E. Bramhali, s s * lot 7, mapE. C. Bramhali; 3 yrs. 500 dichael Rooney to Star Mutual B & L Asso, lot4, bike, map E. B. Wakeman; inst. 1 goo Dlolphus II. Steinbecker to William R ’ Dumond, trus, n e s Gregory st, 100 ft n w of Washington place; 1 yr. 4 000 •'rank Frenery to Madison B and L Ass’n* * e a Jackson ave, 80 ft 11 of Ege ave, inst-. 8 000 ,'atharine Herbert to D. E. Cleary, n s ' Seventh si, 116 w of Brunswick st, 8*yrs 400 ^ouiso T. Perrine to ex of Isaac W. Eng land, n s Linden ave, 42 ft w of Bergen ave, H yrs.. Marie Ingwersen to Sarah Sweeney, » e s Storm ave and Ingwersen pi, 8 yrs. 1.1(X Theresia Klaus to S. Ghissman, lot 53, blk 28, map W. B. Ogden, 2 yrs.•• • • ** Same to C. Ilagemeyer, same property, 3 yrs... i»oOC Joseph Biermer to H. Koenig, n s Clinton ave, 150 ft e of land of Gottlib Herbst, 2 yrs. Jane Vreeland to ex of H. W. Davis, s s Ocean ave. 30 ft w of plot C» map Richard Vreeland, 5 yrs.,•••••• 2,oOC Peter W. Lougbran to O. Heikel, lot 19, blk 6. map Chelsea. 3 yrs.... ........... WX Hugh Dugan to Provident Inst for Savings, lot 19, blk 123, map John Van Vorst, 1 yr 9,00C Henry Bock to J. B. Beck, lot 50, map Centre Hill, 3 yrs... ... German Pioneer Verein to ex Margaret Porrett, s s J C and B Pt PI Rd, at n cor, plot H, map R. Vreeland, 1 yr...... ..... 1,50< Tkoinas Harrington to trus of W. H. Linn, s s Church st, 100 ft e of Tuers ave, 3 yrs. lt«X RolHirt A. Scott to Enterprise B and L Ass'n, w s West Side ave, 75 ft n of Marion pi, inst.. •_• • • E. Cairie Hellier to Lafayette Mutual B and L Ass'n, n s Maple st, 108 w °* Q John H. Lawless to L. Gifford, n s Astor pi, 145 ft e of Crescent ave, 5 yrs..... 1,5(X Same to same,same property, 3 yrs....... 1.00C Samuel Wacht to C. Petre, vv s Webster ave, 190 ft s of Bowers st, 3 yrs... 1.50C John J. Fallon to Elizabeth A. Fallon, lot 11, blk 4, map Jersey City, 5 yrs. 1.20C NORTH BERGEN. August Horn to Elizabeth Holzhausen, lots 604 and 665, map West New York, 5 yrs.. 1,30C BAYONNE. Charles Stillman to J. Douglas, s e s Ave nue D, 50 ft n e of Thirty-seventh st, 1 yr. 44C Marie C. Sleesman to I. Cadmus, s vs- s West Twenty-first st, 100 ft s e of Avenue B, 3 yrs. 2,450 Elizabeth Hall to W. Brookins, n s Cottage st, 150 ft e of Orient st, 5 yrs. 1.000 KEARNEY. William W. Chase to A. G. JenDings, n s 31 id land ave, 425 ft e of Grand ave, 6 yrs 3,500 Maria A.Kent to Mary L. Gray, s s Latham st, 100 w of Fifth st, 1 yr. 200 Elizabeth M. Riordan to Firemen's Ins.Co., n w cor Third st and Latham st, 1 yr- 2,200 Mary Neston to J. Spear, e s Grant ave. 318 ft s of Sherman ave, 1 yr. 2,300 HOBOKEN, Louis Finke to Hoboken Bank for Savings, lot 24, blk 30, Coster map; 1 yr. 5,500 John May to C. Witte, e si Jefferson st, 100 ft s of Second st ;5yrs. 3,800 Bernard McKevett to A. Moller, lot 5, blk •13, Coster map; 1 yr. 700 Catharine Gerke to G. Schamboch. e s Gar den st, 201.10 ft w of Eighth st; 3 yrs- 1,000 James Murray to Hoboken Bank for Sav ings, lots 5 and 6, blk 1, Coster map; 1 yr 11,000 HARRISON. Edward J. Garrigan to People's B & L Assn, w s Patterson st, 132 rt n of Hamil ton st, inst. 800 Ilonora Condon to Owen McCabe, n e cor Warren and 5th st . 2,500 WEST HOBOKEN. Winfred Bowles to People's B & L Assn, s s William st, 175 ft vv of 4th st, inst. 200 Adam Bauman to W. Schaefer, lot 16, map Mrs. R. Van Drehbe, 3 yrs. COO Otto Schultz to Provident Ins. for Savings, vv s Dodd st. 125 61.100 ft n w from Clin ton ave, 1 yr. 2,500 Same to same, s w s Dodd st, 100 ft n w from Clinton ave, 1 yr. 1,500 GUTTENBERG. Selina Dondorf to J. Quart land, lots 763 and 764, blk 22, map Gutteuberg, 3 yrs. 1,000 Novelette 1.11. Sunday Morning News Series. PTE I I -IN- 1 1 AibusH The Story of a Girl’s Stratagem and its U nexpected Con sequences. BY M. A. MAKINS. READ IT IN THE NEXT ISSUE OP THE Sunday Morning News. Price, 3 Cents. Order It In Advance From Your Newsdealer to Prevent Disappointment. N. B.—Back Numbers contoInina: these Excellent Stories can be obtained at the office of Tiik Jersey City News, No. 80 Montgomery Street. They will afford excellent summer reading. ■1 11 ! .1 "LIB-SgHfl.'!.!■■■■■■ ” ..’T,'.gg jl MV8EMJENTS. FOJ RT HAV E NUEPA vlu 0 N, 13TH STREET AND 4TII AVENUE, NEW YORK* Week commencing August 12. NEW FEATURES—NEW FACES. 20 STARS. MISS VIOLA RIVERS, Principal Equestrienne. GEORGE CARON, Grotesque Clown. WM. ROLLINS, Principal Jester. DAN O'BRIEN, Champion Double Somersault Leaper of the World. T. S. LEANDER, One-Armed Musical Wonder. J, C. MULLINS, Champion Backward Jumper; has beaten all records. VIOLA RIVERS, in a Beautiful Act of Equitation upon 8 Horses. ■ WILLIE SIEGRIEST and GEO. CARON, In a Ro mantic Brother’s Act. FRED MENDOZA. Our Popular Ring Master. Marvelous Exhibition by MARRETTA MEYER Queen of the High Wire. | Thelwhole to conclude with our New Departure A POPULAR OPERATIC CONCERT. HALF PRICE ADMISSION. Performance Every Afternoon and Evening. Take Broadway or Fourth avenue cars. From Hoboken. Fourteenth and Christopher, street lines direct to Fourth avenue. T>ALM£R’S THEATRE. B’way and Thirtieth St. X COOLED BY TONS OF ICE. McCAULL OPERA COMPANY IN CLOVER Wednesday, August 14, lOOth Performance. Evenings at 8. Saturday Matinee at 2. BROADWAY THEATRE. Corner Forty-first St Evening* at 8. Saturday Matinee at 2. Manager.Mr. FRANK W. SANGER. FRANCIS WILSON AND COMPANY, _THE 00LAH. BIJOU THEATRE. Broadway, near Thirtieth St J. W. ROSENQUEST.Sole Managei Matinees Wednesday and Saturday. SUCCESS. SUCCESS. The new Farce Comedy, by Will R. Wilson and Julius A. Lewis, The Lion and the Lamb. New Scenery and Effects. A Strong Cast. Gallery, 25c. Reserved, 50c., 75c., $1 and $K50. v\r anted—ladies desirous of joining oi M taking part with an Amateur Dramatic Boci \ ety. Address Dramatic, News cilice. E. RIDLEY t SONS. COVERING ENTIRE BLOCK, GRAND STREET, | FROM ALLEN TO ORCHARD ST., N. Y. COVERING ENTIRE BLOCK, BRAND STREET, FROM ALLEN TO ORCHARD ST., N, Y. During August Throughout Entire Establishment. Alt this Season's Goods. JYew anti Fresh. Large Assortments. WE QUOTE A FEW BARGAINS. — Dress Goods. Double width Mohair Brilliantine in ten differ ent shades of brown and gray mixtures, at 29c. yd.; reduced from 60c. Stripe Serge Suitings, all the leading Fall colors; splendid value, 37J£c. yd. 200 pieces Crinkled Seersuckers, 3^c. yd. New Fall Novelty Dress Goods, Jacquard and Persian effects. 300 Pieces Moleskin-Plush. ALL NEW FALL COLORS, 33c. YARD. JERSEYS. Ladies' Fine Egyptian Cloth Jerseys. Navy blue, garnet, dark and medium brown, tan and black, handsomely braided, front and back At 43c.; Reduced From 98c. Ladies' Fine All-Wool Jerseys, coat back, at 66c.; former price, $1.18 (blacks only). Misses’ All-Wool Jerseys, seal brown, dark green and black, plain and coat backs, size 20 to 30 inches, at 39c.; has been 78c. Misses' All-Wool Jersey Blouses, sizes 24 to 32 inch, all colors, at 98c. Children’s All-Wool Jerseys, sizes 20 to23 inch., blacks only, at 25c.; reduced from 49c. Ladies’ Russet Goat Oxford Ties, 3] styles, Common Sense, Box Toes, j High Heels and Narrow Toes, \ with toe caps, sizes 2*6 to 7; well j worth $2.00; reduced to.J A PAIR. 500 Pair Infants’ Tan Goat and Dongola Button Shoes, sizes 1 to 6, at 49c. pair; reduced from 75e# Misses’ Canvas Shoes, both lace and button, heels and spring heels, sizes 13, 13*6, 1. 1*6 and 2, at 73c. pair; have been $1.25 and $1.50. Misses’ Slippers, fine Curocoa and Dongola Kid, Opera ana Common Sense lasts, size 11 to 2, at 49c. pair; worth double. EMBROIDERIES. 6,500 yds. Colored Edgings, 1*6 to 6 inches wide, at 4%c., 9%c., l\%c. and 19c. yard. 22-inch White Swiss and Cambric Flouncings at 21c. and 31c, yard. 45-inch Cambric Flouncings at 43c. yard; worth $1. Special. 45-inch Swiss Skirtings, handsome lines, large assortments, at all prices. 500 DOZEN Side Plaited Lace Collars At 10c. and 14c. Each. EDWARD RIDLEYS SONS, l 309, 311, 311*6 to 331 Grand St. 56 to 68 Allen, 59 to 65 Orchard St. N. B.—Our Stores can be R or Hudson River by taking West river front to Desbrosses Street; C point pass our doors. LACE CURTAINS CLEARING BALANCE OF THIS SPRING'S IMPORTATION. At §1.00 pair; reduced from $1.75. At $1.50 pair; reduced from 82.50. At $2.50 pair; reduced from $4.60. At $3.50 pair: reduced from $5.50. BLANKETS. Sale Continued. All New Goods. Latest Borders and Lowest Prices in City. HANDKERCHIEFS. I I 500 dozen Ladies’ All-Linen Hemstitched Plain White Handkerchiefs, 2-inch hems, at 1194c., 1894c. each. LESS THAN HALF VALUE. Full line Valenciennes Lace Handkerchiefs, lawn centres, at He. each. 300 dozen Ladies’ Colored Border Handker chiefs at 8c. each. readies’ Colored and White Hemstitched Em broidered Handkerchiefs at 8c. and 9c. each. Men’s All-Linen Henuned Handkerchiefs at j 794c. each. 10,000 YARDS FANCY RIBBONS I No. 16 and 22 widths, various patterns. 18c. yd.; I j wortn wc. MUSLIN UNDERWEAR SALE CONTINUED. We quote a few of the Bargains. 50 dozen Children’s Gingham and Striped Seer sucker Dresses, 24c. 25 dozen Children’s extra fine French Gingham Dresses at 76c. 100 dozen Ladies’ White Lawn Aprons, large size, with tucks, at 17c. 50 dozen Ladies’ Muslin Drawers, cluster tucks and embroidery, at 39c. 50 dozen Ladies’ Muslin Chemise, tucked and embroidered yoke and insertion. 39c. 50 dozen Ladies’ Fine Muslin Drawers, cluster tucks and deep embroidery, 46c. 50 dozen Ladies Fine Muslin Chemises, pompa dour and pointed yoke, tucks, embroidery and insertion, 46c. Ladies’ Fine White Lawn Dressing Sacques, 89c., #1.15, #1.69 and $2.10 (all reduced ). HOSIERY. Ladies’ Brown Balbriggan Hose, regular made and French feet, at 11c. pair. Ladies regular made fast black Hose at 15c. pair. Ladies' black and colored Hose, 25c. pair. Ladies’ Fine Jersey Fitting Ribbed Vests at 21c. each; worth 38c. Children's Gossamer Shirts, sizes 1C to 34 inch, at 18c. each. EDWARD RIDLEY & SONS, 300, 311, 311^ to 321 Grand St. | 50 to €8 Allen, 50 to 05 Orchard St. eached from all points on North Street Horsecars, running along Irand Street Cars starting at this CfOOD LUCK TO ALL WHO USB THEM. MEDICAL SOCIETIES Endorse Thera, PHYSICIANS Prescribe Them, EVERYBODY Praises Them, and DRUGGISTS Sell Them. I, 4, IIUJHER, Prop., Baratoga Spring*, H. 1. .C. C. FRANK & CO., STOCK BROKERS Weldon Building, Boom*, Jersey City. STOCKS, GRAIN AN1> OIL. Bought and sold on margin. Private wires to New York aud Chicago. MOSER, POSTER, SON, Scavengers. OFFICES: , 58 MONTGOMERY ST., 211RMOME ; Privy Vaults, Sinks and resspoolaEmptleJ and I Disinfected, in ail parts of Hudson County, ifompt and cheap, '' _ CONFECTIONERY. STONE. HOME-MADE CANDIES Always Fresh. Pup Caudles a Specialty. 78 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 Case* Glass Jan. Scales, etc SUMMER RESORTS. the^stTciToud 213 FIRST AVENUE, ASBURY PARK, FOURTH HOUSE FROM THE OCEAN QjrNew Management, Excellent Table and Light and Airy Rooms. MRS. M. LEWIS. SUMMER FOOD Post's Sea Food Market 255 W ARREN ST. SOFT SHELL CRABS, STRIPED BASS, LITTLE NECK CLAMS, PORCHES. BLUE POINT OYSTERS, HALIBUT. SEA BASS. PICKLED LITTLE NECK CLAMS, SHAD ROES. PICKLED OYSTERS. KINO FISH, PICKLED MUS8EIA And all other Summer Flah. We have a regular Deep Water Summer Ovster Orders by Telephone Call promptly attended to Telephone Call, 1M & A LARGE STOCK - OF Rugs, Lace Curtains, Clocks, Rogers’ Silverware, AND OTHER USEFUL HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES, FOE GASH OR ON TIME. Call and Examine Them. CEORCE E. WATSON, 61 Montgomery St. Morrow Day & Co., BAKERS & CATERERS, lee Cream and Fra it Ices in Variety. Bricks to Carry Home. BE ST A LEANT, 7 A.31. TILL 11 B.Itf. Morrow, Day St Co.’s Hotel, Ocean Grove, N. J., Opens June 27. R. H. WEAVER, MANUFACTURER OF AWNINGS, eFLAGSs of all nationalities. Horse, Truck and Wagon Covers. TENTS FOR HIRED. 26 and 28 Gregory Street, J. C. 100 Baby Carriages, $2.00 XJ3PWA3RX>. CHARLES WOLF, MANUFACTURER OF Traveling Bags, Trunks, Steamer Chairs and Leather Novelties. Goods made to order. Repairing neatly done. 58 CORTLANDT STREET, Corner Greenwich Street,NEW YORK __RAILROADS._ Brio Railroad Tim© Table. 'TICKET OFF1CES-401. 317. 713.957 X Broadway. 153^ Bowery, 1 Bat tery place. Chambers street and . Twenty third street ferries. New bYork: 331 Fulton street. Brooklyn; 107 Broadway, Williamsburg; cor F uer Newark and Hudson streets. Hoboken, and new station Jersey w- City, where tickets and parlor or sleeping car reservations and orders for check ing and transfer of baggage can be obtained. Trains leave Jersey City station as follows 9:20 a. m.—Day Express. Pullman Buffet drawing room coaches to Buffalo, connect at Hornellsville for Jamestown and Chautauqua Lake. 3:18 p. m. dally—“Chicago and St. Louis Limited. A solid Pullman train of day, dining anti sleeping coaches to Meadville, Youngstown, Marion and Chicago without change. Pullman sleeping coaches to Cleveland, Cincinnati and St. Louis. No extra charge for fast time. _ _ . _ 6 :18 p. m. daily—Chicago and Grand Trunk Ex press. Solid Pullman train of day and Buffet sleep ing coaches to Buffalo. Niagara I* alls, Hamilton, London, Lansing, Battle Creek, South bend and j Chicago without change. Buffet sleeping coach to Rochester, arrive 7:;1U a. in. . R:5h n. m. daily—Chicago Express. Pullman Buffet sleeping coacnes to nmnra, nwu«u.>u*, town, Corry, MeadvlUe, Youngstown. Cincinnati Stations on Orange Branch, week days, 9:15 a. m, 12*3. 432, 627, 7:05, 9:14 11:45 p. m. Sundays, 9:45, a. m.. 1:44 4:17, 827, BaJO, 10:12 p. m. Additional trains to prospect street, K. Orange, Washington street, Orange. LlewcUyn and Slain streets. W. Orange, Orange, week days, 6:15, 823, 1123 a. m., 222,827. 4*2. 5:19, 6*11,8:11 10U) p. m. Rutherford and Passaic, week days, 4:15, 5:00, 6:12, 7:12, 8*6, 9:45, 10:43 a. m„ 12:12 noon. 1:12. **«, »*«, 3:50. 420,4*0, 5*2, 6*11,629, 6:42. i:15, 7:44 . 9:15, 10:42, p. 12:13 midnight. Sundays. 54)0. 820.10:4.1, a. m„ 12:12 noon, 2*X>, 320. 4:13, 5:20, 6:45. 7:44, 9,15, 10:42 p. m., 12:13 midnight. Additional trains to Passaic, week ““paufr^mwief'd^iS; 5*10,6:12. 7:12. Bffl 9 45, 10:43 a. m.. 12:12 noon, 1:12, 2:02, 331, 8:45, 350, 4:12, 4:20, 4:45, 450, 5:12, 5:29. 5:42, 552, 6*>1, 6:A>, 630, 6:42, 7:15, 7:44, 8:50, 9:15. 10:43 p. m., 12:13 midnight. Sundays, 5:00. 8*U, 10:48. 12:12 noon. 2:00. 3:20. 4.13, 530, 6:45, 7:44, 850, 9:15, 10:42 p. m., 12:13 midnight* Newark and Paterson via Newark, week days. 5:o8, 654,8.4)7, 10:20, 11:45 a. m„ 1.14,2:15, 3:47. 4*5. 54)7. 5*7, 64)7. 6*7. 7:46. 10:15 u. m.. 1230 midnight. Sundays, 9:15 a. m., 3:47,6:47. 8:15, 10:13 p. m. Ridgewood and Suffern, week days. 4n5, 54)0, 8:05, 9*5, 10:43 p. m.. 1:12 2.02, 331. 4:12. 5:12. 5:42. 630, 6:42, 7tl5, 850,10:42 p. m„ 12:13 midnight. Sundays, 54)0, 8*0, 10:43 a. m., 200, 4:13 and 6:45 p. m., 12:13 midnight, Also to Ridgewood, week days, 8:45 a. m., 4*j, 5*5, 6:12,850 p. m.; Suffern. 3:45 p. m. New burg and Cornwall, week days, 84X5. 930 a. m., 3i47, 4:14, 5:42 p. m. Sundays, 930 a. m., 2 p. m. Goshen, week days, 54)0, 8:05, 930,10:43 a. m., 1:12, 3*5, 4:45^5:4^7:15, 8:50 p. m. Sundays, 500, 8*0, 9:20, a'Micidi^’own,P week days. 54X), 806, 930, 10:43 a. m., 1 12, 3:18, 8:45, 6:18. 6:45, 8 50 p.m. Sunday’s, 500, 8*0. 930 a. m., 3:13, 6:18, 6:45, 8:50 p. m. A „ Pt. Jervis, week days, 5.00, 84)5, 930, 10:18 a. m.f 1:12, 3:18, 3*5. 4:45, 6:18, 7:15, 850 p. m. Sunaays, 54)0, 8*0, 930 a. ill., 3:18, 6:18,6:45. 8:50 p. m. Warwick, week days, 54X\ 930 a. m., 1:12, 4*3, p. m. S^ontgmneix week days, 930 a. m.. 8:45, 4:45 p. m. Sundays, 931) a. m. __ _ Express trains arrive at Jersey City from the West, 6*0, 7:60 a. m„ 4*5, 9*5 p, m, Northern railroad of new jersey Trains leave Jersey City station, Erie Railway week days, for Englewood, Tenafty, Closter, Spar kill anil Nyack. 5*0, *7:15, 8*8, •10SJJ amt 11:42 a. m.. 1-45. 8:12, 4:14. 5116, 5:44, 6122. •6*7, 8:15, 10:44 p. m., 12.18 midnight. Sundays, 8*3, *9.47 a. m.. 1:45 4:14, ' ^Additional trains to Creaklll and way, 6:17, 7:45, 8*7, 9*7 a. m., and 12*8, 138. &14 5:14, 6*9 u. m. •For Nanuet, Spring Valley, Monsey and Tollmans. Nyack Express, 44:47. NEW YORK AND GREENWOOD LAKE RAIL way. Trains leave Jersey City station, Erie KSorWA5,ilMmmT-ijT837,9*41, 11:23a. m„ 12:16. 12*3, 2*1, 8:27. 8*3, 4:59, 531, 5,4 6*5, 7:12, 837, 10:12, 1145, 12:16 Sundays, 9:12, a. m, 1:42, 4:17, 637,8:14, * ViloomifekPand Montclair, week days, 8:15, 8*?, 9&K*.tt/l2:16, 2KM, 3*2, 4:42, 4:59, 5:27, 5*7. 6*5. 7:12. 837, 10:12. 12:16 p. m. Sundays, 9:13 a. m., 8:17, 8:41 Littie Fails and Intermediate stations, week days, 6:15, 8*7, 9*0 a. in., 12:16 noon, 8*2, 4:42. 4*9. 537, 5.-57, 6*5, 7:12, 837. 12:16 p. m Sundays,, 9:12 a. m„ 8:17, 8:45 p. ni. 21)4 p. ra., Saturdays only. Pompton, week uays. 8*7, U;30 a. m., 4:42, 4*0,537, 6*5. p. m. Sundays, 9:12,10:15 a m., «;1« p. m. Greenwood Lake and intermediate stations, week days, 8*7. 9*0 a. in., 4*2, p. m. Sundays, 9:13, 10:15, MORPHY,^ FARMER^ • f‘ STEAMBOATS. > l. X Y., , „ 'Wf Line 8:10, 9:10 a. m., and half hourly (Sundays 30 minutes) until 9.4Q, and at 1020 p. m. Returning, leave Sea Beach Palaee, Coney Island, at 722, 822, 922,10:22 a. m., and half hourly (Sunday every 20 minutes)until 9:52, and at 10:82and 11:12 p.m Excursion Tickets, / (I Gents. To the Sea in 41) Minutes. ROCKAWAY BEACH. Wonderful Attractions TWO EXHIBITIONS DAILY AT 2 AND ISO P. M. by a World-Renowned French Athlete, who will lump from a tower 150 feet In height In front of steam boat landing. GRAND REPUBLIC and CRYSTAL WAVE land at the Sea Side Dock, dlreotly in view of the per formauce- | Jewell's West 22d st. West 10th st. Pier 6, N. R. Dock. 8.40 A. M. 83 I A. M. I 9.1;i A. M. 9.85 A. M. 10.00 a. a. 10.15 A. M. I 10.35 a. m. 11.00 a.m. 3p. X. 1.40 P.IL I 1.55 P.M. 2.15 P.M. Returning from Rockaway 11.80 A. M„ 5, and 6 p. M. Brooklyn Annex from Jersey City 8.5j a. m„ 10.85 A. m. and 1.55 p. m. Tickets for sale on all Elevated Ropds. FARE, FOB BOUND TRIP, 50 CENTS. SOUTH BEACH, OCEAN SIDE. STATEN ISLAND. NEW DAY RESORT-FINEST ON THE COAST. STEAMER KLIZA HANCOX. FROM DEY STREET WHARF (near Cortlandt and Barclay streets), 10BU, 1130; 130, 8:80, 530. 730. RETURNING, LEAVES BEACH, 12:15, 230, 430, 630; 63°' FARE, ONLY 15 CENTS ONE WAY. Extra trip, when travel demands, at 10-A) p. m. Rate for Excursion Parties. Dey street nler. PROVIDENCE LINK FOB BOSTON, PROVIDENCE, WORCESTER, and all points East Most direct route for WHITE MOUN TAIN POINTS. Limited White Mountain Express, with parlor ears, leaving direct from steamers wharf for Fabyans and intermediate points. Steamers CONNECTICUT and MASSACHUSF-TT8 leave Pier 29 N. K„ foot of Warren street, at 530 n m dally, except Sunday, connecting at wharf with express train for Boston. Tickets and state rooms secured at principal ticket offices In Now York and Brooklyn; at all offices New York Trans fer Company, who will call for and check baggage from hotels or residences, Send to P. O Box 3,011 for Excursion Book, which will be mailed free. CTONINGTON LINK FOR BOSTON, O PROVIDENCE, Narragannett ..Pier, and Watoh Hill.—Steamers RHODE ISLAND and NAR raGANSETT leave new Pier 36 N.R.,one block above Canal stpet, at 530 p. m. dally, except Sunday. • Tickets ana staterooms secured at principal ticket offices In New York and Brooklyn, and at all offices orNew Y'ork Transfer Company, who will call for and check baggage from hotels and residences. Send to P. O. Box 8,011 for Excursion Book. YOUR CHOICE FOR 8HOHOLA 31 bqqb GLEN — GREENWOOD d“earsoVrcVeaves “* WEDNESDAY, 930 a. m. LAKE SUNDAY, 9:45 a. m. Returning, leaves Shohola, EXCURSIONS, Ci,> Greenwood Lake train leaves HiY Hilvx Jersey City, Erie depot, Wednesday WEDNESDAY, 9:30 a. m. aT SUNDAY, 10:15 a. m., 2:15 p. m. Sunday. Returning train leaves Wed nesdays, 5:40 p. m.; Sundays, 4:55 and 7 p. in. WM. H. MILLER, LATE OF THE JERSEY CITY FLORAL DEPOX 335 Barrow street, near Newark Arenne. ARTISTIC FLORAL DESIGNS. Handsome Funeral Work a specialty. All klndsol seeds and plants. The choicest of Flowers at mod* •rate prices. Freah Flowers daily._ ,r. GLOCK’S MARKET, ' - - : The Favorite place for families to [st their Groceries, meats and Provisions.' No, 176 Mercer Street, JOHN DUST, S * 4. 0 —Dealer In— Beef* Veal, Mutton, ; 269 Grand St., near Grove,