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THE BOAT-HOUSE BATTLE. !
Α ΛΌΤΗΛΛ CT.AIHA NX A1'Ρ Ε AJI» TO COMPLICATE MATTEJtf. Ht Declares the Columbia Atliletle Cltib, Not the Oempwyii, Own the Property —A Hip Bowling Scoro — A Prize Fight—Other Sport·. The battle for the boat house being waged by the Aotlve and the Roeedale Boat clubs of Hoboken is further compli cated. A cloud is now thrown over the title of the Dempsuy Brothers, The Dempseys had two boat house» at Edgewater. One was a commodious and good home, the other small and not well finished. The Dempseys offered them for sule. The Actives and Rosedales eutered i into negotiations and made satisfactory terms. Ifiach suppoeed it had purchased the boat house; neither wanted the small one. The Actives were wise enough to have the dimension* of the building mentioned in their bill of sale. After the settlement had been made with the Dempseys the two clubs began their dispute, and the Dempseys insisted that the Rosedales had purohased the small building. The agents of the Rosedales maintain that they did not meutiou the small building in tneir trans actions, and they were contracting for the large building, and this was distinctly understood by the sellers. The buildings were erected by the Co lumbia Athletic Club of Edgewater. The athletic club, It seems, did not formally dissolve, but died through lack of in terest. Whether the remnant of the or ganization sold the house to the Demp seys, or they took possession because the club had died ana the house haa been abandoned, or it wan seised by them for arrearages of rent, could not be learned last night. The ;Dempseys, however, claim that they were the rightful owners when they signed the bill of sale. They are un doubtedly shrewd men, as their trans actions with the Hoboken clvbs clearly prove. Another claimant has appeared in W. Grevel. wtio was superintendent of the Columbia Athletic Club. He has notified the two clubs who claim the house that he has an interest in the building and means to nrotect hie interest. He said in his letter:— "Please take notice that the Messrs Dempsey Brothers, of Pleasant Valley, N. J , have no title to either of the boat houses recently sold by them and now in dispute between your esteemed selves. I am interested in said boat houses to the extent of $50, and us a member of the Columbia Athletic Club, of Edgewater, Bergen county, N, J,, out of whose treasury the houses in question were bought, I will certainly protect my in terests as against anyone unlawfully claiming possession of said houses on title given by the said Messrs. DemDsey." U*It may appear on the face of the demand that all Grevel asks for is that the amount he invested be X'efunded and his objection would cease. If he ie reim bursed then all the other members of the defunct Columbia Club would in time make their demand, and it would prove a costly investment for the boat club which Anally gets possession. The claim of fxrevel will undoubtedly influence the lawyers when the claims of the rival boat clubs are submitted to the court. It would be unpleasant after the hot fight and bad blood that has been en gendered for the rival clubs to find that they had engaged in a war for nothing and that the house belonged to the Columbia Athletic Club and not to the Dempsey Brothers. ON THE ALliEÏS. Big Bowling By β New Club—The League Meeting. The Hudson County Amateur Bowling League met at Odd Fellows' Hall, Ho boken, last night. All the delegates were present. No applications were received ' and the League will proceed with the six clubs. The schedule was not arranged, but will be at the next meeting, which will be held at the same place next Thurs day night, when any clubs wishing to enter will have their propositions consid ered before the schedule for the tourna ment is adopted. A committee consist ing of one representative from each club in the League was appointed to prepare the list of games, places and dates. It November. The Sub Rosa Club was organized last night at Muller's alleys on Newark ave nue. The officers chosen were:—Edward Haines, president; Peter Doyle, treasurer; M. J. O'Mara, secretary, and Thomas Quirk, captain. The club is limited to twenty members and only four vacancies remain. On the list are P. H. O'Neill, J. P. Keeney, Dr. W. H. Dimouu, Charles McNally, G. Garrettsou, .T. C. Walsh, C. O'Donuell, Harry Marks, Thomas Mc Donough, Thomas Nelson, William Pur cell aiid P. H. Daly. They had their initial bowl last night and made some extraordinary stores. O'Mara, Doyle, Garrettsou, Quirk and McDonoutfh got up to the two hundred mark in every game. Many brilliant shots were made. McNally and Walsh distinguished them selves by an exhibition ot curving the ball as cleverly as a linger billiardist or a professional baseball twirler. In the games McNally bowled with his left hand aud thus handicapped himself to make the score as near as possible with his man on the opposite side. The contest was so exciting that several large wagers were made, aud after the club bowling had finished a match game was rolled. O'Mara won, with Doyle a close second and McDonough a good third. The club is so enthusiastic over the skill of its players that it will at its next meet ing consider the advisability of entering the League. McNally suggested that at the close of the season the boys ought to astonish Europe by making a tour and meeting all comers. The score of their iirst game, furnished by the official scorer, was as follows:— O'Mara - 198 ! McDonoitfrh 196 Haiues 175 | Garrettson 180 Doyle 184 I Nelson 170 Walsh 203 I McNally 810 Quirk 192 ι Marks 199 Jjaly 204 ι Pursell ]% Total 1,158 I Total.. 1,157 The John Boyd Bowling Club opened season at Brown's Court House ul leys last night, and the bowierg were out lu force. These officer» were elected:— President, L. H. Giele; vice-president, Charles A. Pflngsten; secretary and treasurer, James Lynch; captain, John Boyd. A match between two teams gave this result:— Hanley l"i| ! Olele 100 Huintze Burke Farnane 14» Simon W Mc-Guire ISO Boyd 155 Pfingsten 1G0 Koonaa 140 Brown 140 Fario 130 935 885 The election was followed by a oollation prepared by Coionel Brown. The club will meet every Thursdav evening at the same place. The Pin Knights bowl at -Mailer's to night. The Volunteers bowl at the Assembly Booms this evening. The Humor Bowling Club will elect officers for the ensuing year at Freuden berger's alleys this evening. Tomorrow ex-President Henry A. Gaede •will give the Jolly bowlers an outing in the form of a tallv-ho. The club will leave Dramatic Hall, South street, at one p. m. in Alurrer's mammoth stage, accom panied by a band of music, and will ride to Steuzil's Park, where they will dine nnd spend the afternoon in bowling. On their return to the Hill in the evening they will "paint the town," and the citi zens will welcome them with fireworks 1 and colored flres. A meeting will be held at Brown's Cot tage tonight to organize a league for the Heights. The Tuesday Ν ice ht Club has organized at Fuller's new alleys. No. 33a Central avenue, with these officers:—President, John Doscher; secretory, F, W. Kuoh J_ii._uJ»ajui(.ijii_iuLl_..· III! I . lnnch; treasurer and captain, Adam G. Smith. Trotting At West Side. The first of the séries of meetings of the West Side Driving Park Association closed yesterday at the track foot of Duncan avenue. It was a success. A large sum of money changed hands on the trot of the 2:45 class. On Wednesday three heats wore trotted and Prince Medium, Dare MucKle and Grovgr each won m heat, Beyina; opened almost eveu. The Prince was a slight favorite, as his time was better by three seconds than that of the others, MucKle became the favorite after the first heat trotted yes terday, the fourth In the race, as he went under the wire first, with the Prince second. The Prince then warmed up and trotted the next two lits&ts without a skip and won easily. The pacing race was completed and MeGee's Magnet caught the heats straight A match trot followed and Keach's Gov ernment was an easy winner. The summaries follow:— Jsjmkv City Driving Park, Jersey City, N. J„ Oct· 2.—First rase.-Purse «jUO: M5 class; trotUnt"· J. Pomalne's b. s. Prince Medium, by Paris; Demarefit 2 2 1 2 1 1 F. II. Keach's b. g. Dave Muclcle, by deorge Wilkes; owner. 3 I 2 1 2 2 R. Dennlng's b. s. Urover; Churchill. .1 5 4 5 4 3 Joe Alatrulre'g b. g. M mtague: owner. 5 3 5 3 Sr.o £lbert Klpp's br. m. Maria K.; short 4 4 3 4 5r.o S, Brewster's b. g. ti. H. R.; Jarvlsi.. 7 7 6 6 6r.o R. T. Churchill's blk. m. Nellie Brewster; Brewster 6 6 7 7 7r.o Tlmè-2:4ek. 2:46, 2:13, 2:44M. 2:40, 2:42Ji Same Day and Track.—Match; 930(1; pacing. J. F. MeGee's b. g. Magnet; Fowler 2 ill J. Robinson's b. g. uraud Sec: Demarest... 1 2 2 2 Tline-2:41!4, 2MU, 2:44, 2:44. Same Day and Tbauk.— Match, $ώυι trotting, mile and repeat. F. M. keach's blk.g. Government; Owfcer 1 1 J. Uobluson's b. g. Jim llraham: Demarest 2 3 Time, 2:40. 236K. THE BALL t'lAVERS. Jersey City Will Have ■« Club In Ne*t Year's Atlantic Association. The Atlantic Association will exist next year and Jersey City will undoubt edly have a club in the Association. It will have to be a good one to keep pace with the others, as the five clubs that finished the season have reserved their best players. Counsellor James N. Bradon and others are now engaged in making preparations to organize a club, but if our patriotic and well to do citizens do not aid them by investing in the stock the scheme will fail and Jersey City, with its population of 200,000, will not be represented in the professional arena, and its rival. Newark, the second city in the State, will have a team; and such smaller cities as Lowell, New Haven, Worcester and Hartford will support clubs. lu fact, the directors of the New Haven Club are anxious to enter the American Association. The Atlantic Association teams have reservod the following play ers:— Hartford—George E. Winkelman, T. W. Forster, A. L. Moore, Eueene Derby, T. F. υ uonneu, η. w. juyncii, James say, jonn al. Henry, John Hanfliboe. Lowell—Henry M. Burns, M. E. Murpby, L. B. Guinasso. William F. Sullivan, Lester German, Robert Hamilton, J. O'Brien, Frank L. Day, Τ, J. Sliinneek, J. M. Burke, George H. Staltz. Thomas Dwyer. Newark—J. Sullivan, M. E. Duffy, H. Doom», William Sullivan, R. Miller, N. L. Baker, James Field, G. McDermott. J. Hayes, L. Smith, William Johnson, M. Mansell, John Coogan. New Haven—John J. Burdock, L. N. Schoe neck, J. McKee, Thomas Corcoran, John Cor coran, D. J. Lally, Charles Brady, John A. Doran, W. F. Horner, Thomas Cabill, L. A. Gil land, Herman Pritz, H. A. Knowlton. Worcester—James A. Cudworth, W. J. Cam pion, John Meister, Charles Jones, George A. Wilson, Edmund Terrien, James Stafford, Jesse Burkett. The clerks and coopers of the White Star dock, New York, had a lovely game at Oakland Park yesterday. Both sides batted freely and piled up an unheard of number of runs:—Coopers, 47, Clerks, 27. The players and their friends repaired to Fied Chapin's saloon and celebrated the event for a couple of hours at the clerks' expense. 1 believe that Abbett would be elected by a handsome majority even should no canvas be made.—John R. Mc Pherson. Hudson County Wheelmen. The Hudson County Wheelmen had a short business meeting last night Noth ing of importance was done. The mem bers inspected their new quarters and congratulated the committee for the ex cellent taste displayed in selecting the furniture and carpets and the tasteful decorations. The club started today for Spring Val ley to have a meet at the Rockland County Fair. The hour set for the de parture was the 1:15 train this afternoon. This would only have allowed them time to reach the fair grounds in time to begin their races. This was discussed last night, and it was concluded to leave on the eight o'clock train this morning. About thirty started from the club house at half-past seven and followed the street car con taining their wives and sweethearts to the Brie depot, reaching it in time to make the early train. They will have a jolly time. The wheel men will return tonight. Several mem bers were talking of returning to the city on wheel. The roads are not in the best condition, and as they will have to travel in the dark their home run will probably be abandoned. That Pennant Race. The New Yorks and the Bostons both won yesterday and the Giants hold their advantage of two points. The records of the clubs are: NATIONAL LEAGUE. CLUBS. w. L. TOT. ; CI.UU3. W. L. PCT. New York....81 « .658 : Cleveland 81 7l> .4116 Philadelphia..03 02 .504 i Indianapolis ..57 7'5 .432 Chicago 65 05 .500 i Washington...41 81 .3315 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. CLUBS. W. L. PCT. j CLUBS. W. L. PCT. Brooklyn 8" 41 .080 ! Cincinnati ....09 61 .581 St. Louts. ...H3 44 .654 ! Columbus 55 75 .428 Athletic 70 54 .565 ! Kansas City..58 76 .411 Baltimore —08 57 .544 i Louisville.."..20 103 .202 Yesterday's Championship Games. National League.— At Cleveland— New York, 0; Cleveland, 0. At Pittsburg—Boston, 7: Pitts burg, 2. At Indianapolis—Indianapolis, 9: Wash ington. 0. At Chicago—Philadelphia, 5; Chicago, 5 (a tie). American association.—At Brooklyn—Brook lyn, 17; Athletics, 0. At fit. Louis -St Louis, 7; Kansas City, 5. At Baltimore—Baltimore, 11; Columbus, 3. At Cincinnati—Cincinnati, 14; Louisville, 3. Games Today. National League.—New York at Cleveland; Boston at Pittsburg; Philadelphia at Chicago; Washington at Indianapolis. American Association—Columbus at Balti more, Louisville at Cincinnati. i.Williams "Whips Philips. George Williams, of this city, anil Joe Philips, of New York, lightweight pugil ists, met at π sporting resort in West Chester county yesterday and fought to a finish. They weighed "128 pounds each. In the first round Philips got in a swinger and sent Williams to the floor. The latter was up quickly and rushed Philips. He got in several hard blows. They fought liercely until the ninth round when Philips planted a swinger on Williams' head und knocked him down. It was thought a knock-out blow, and Philips dropped his guard. Like a Hash Williams revived, and before the aston ished Philips could raise his arms Wil liams was at him. Williams landed on Philips' neck and the latter went down in a heap, and was down when the teu sec onds expired. The fight was given to William·. It is a mistake to suppose that Jack Dempsey has lost the title of champion middle weight because of his defeat by La Blanche. He and La Blanche fought ut catch weights and the victor was sev eral pounds over the limit of the middle weight. Sporting: Notes. Fred Quimby, of the Jersey City Heights (Jtub, who won the champions' medal at the tournament last week, at tended the shoot at Baltimore, and in three of the four events yesterday killed every bird. Penrose and Cannon, of the New Jersey State Shooting Association, did well. Morris, of Rutgers; Farmer, of Seton Hall; Negus, of Williams, and Lamarche will play with the Haabronck Football Team this season. It is rumored that the New Jersey Yacht Club will have to move from the Elysian Fields. They will probably locate at Guttenberg if compelled to vacate. The Cable Athletic Club had a parade and house warming last night. They had a merry time at their headquarters, cor ner of Erie and Thirteenth Btreets. The annual competetlve shoot of Com pany F, Fourth Regiment, will take place next Thursday at Marion. This afternoon the New Jersey Athletic Club will play the Bnyonne Rowing and Athletic Association on the Avenue A grounds, Bergen Point. The game will be preceded by bicycle races. Hie Scottish-American Athletic Club will hold a regular meeting this evening. The Philadelphia. Chib has offered St. Louis ten thousand dollars for the release of ComUkey. OUR FIRST WATER. Introduced Tlilrty-five Years Ago Yester day—A Quaint Programme. Yesterday was the thirty-flfth anniver sary of the introduction of water into Jer sey City. The event was celebrated October 3, 1854, with muoh pomp and ceremony, if one may judge from the quaint little handbill John Owen Rouse, who was one of the aids in the procession, S'ifteea in the hands of a Jersey CITY 'ews reporter today. It is well worth reprinting. Here it is:— PROGRAMME OF THK FIRST ANNUAL PARADE OF THK JKltSEY CITY FIRE DEPARTMENT. IN CONNECTION WITH THE Celebration of the Introduction of the Passaic Water into Jersey City. Ou Tuesday, October the 3d, 1854. Chief Engineer, S. A. French, Marshal j of the Fire Department. Ass't. Engineer, R. Λ. McCleary | Alderman Wm. White, j-Aids. Mr. J. O. Rouse, ) The bands will be at the Ferry at 9 j o'clock, under the direction of Mr. J. O. Rouse. The line will commence forming at 10 o'clock on Grand street, right rest ing on Warren. The invited guests will take the extreme right of the Jersey City Fire Departmeut, in the following order: No. 1 Hose, of New York City " 14 Engine " " " " 20 do. " " " « 2, dQ .. .. jy d() .. ·. " 34 do. " 38 da '· " " " 44 Hose '* 49 do. " " Jersey City Fire Department, Jersey City Baud, Trustees of the Fire Department Fund, No. 1 Ensile, No. 1 Hose Carriage, Teral's Band, No. 1 Hook and Ladder, No. 2 Engine, No. 2 Hoso Carriage, Newark Baud, No. 2 Hook and Ladder, No. 3 Eugine, No. 3 Hose Carriage, Whitworttt's Band, No. 4 Engine, No. 4 Hose Carriage, No. 5 Engine. At the time of forming the line, the bands will proceed to the Houses of the different Compauies having the right of tne sub-divisions, and escort them into the line. S. A. French, Chief Engineer of Fire Department The Iuvited Guests of Different Com panies. No.20 Eng. of Ν. Y. City .Guests of No. 1 Eng. ·· 21 No. 2 " » jjy .. « .. « No 3 « " 84 " No. 4 " " 38 " " " " No. 5 " ·' 14 " " " " No. lHose " 49 Hose " " " No. 2 do. " 1 do. No. 4 do. ·' 44 do. " " " No. 2 H. & L. WHEËLER---HECK. The Lafayette M. K. Church Crowded with Wedding Guents. A wedding with many guests was cele brated last night in the Lafayette M. E. Church, when Miss Maggie Heck and Mr. W. R. Wheeler, superintendent of the Lafayette M. E. Sunday school, were mar ried. The church held a great throng when the bridal party entered at half past seven o'clock. The bride walked with the bridegroom and was preceded by the ushers, Mr. Richard Hillier, Mr. Charles Mead, Mr. Fred Benson and Mr. Frank SDengeman. There were no bridesmaids. The bride wore a travelling gown of gray Henrietta ciuiu, ijiuumeii wilii ν tti ν «υ. ι II υ two· juony was performed by the Rev. P. G. Blight, immediately after which Mr. and .Mrs. Wheeler departed for a trip to Washington and Baltimore. When they return they will reside on Communipaw avenue. Soma of those present were:—Mr. and I Mrs. John Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Hillier, Air. and Mrs. John W. Heck, Mr. and Mrs. H. Klingenberg, Miss Minnie Kiingenberg, Mr. and Mrs. George Hillier, Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Spenceman, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harustead, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Crowen, Mrs. J. Hillier, Mr. and Mrs. Oakley, Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clark, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Seguine, Misses Seguine, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Allison, Miss Alii- | sou, Mr. aud Mrs. Booth, Miss Ella Booth, Mr. and Mrs. Howell, Mr. and Mrs. Rel yea, Mr. anu Mrs. Mead, Mr. Samuel Cos- | Ï;rove, Miss Sadie Culver, Mrs. P. G. llight, Mr. and Mrs. Small, Mr. aud Mrs. Case, Mr. aud Mrs. Perry, Miss Maud | Hillier, Mr. aud Mrs. Teesdale, Mr. and Mrs. Camming:, Mr. and Sirs. Field, Mr. and Mrs. Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Dickinson. I believe that Abbett toould be elected by a handsome majority even should no canvass be made.—John 11. Mc PHKHiSON. _ Oysters and Music. The Ladies' Social Circle of the North Baptist Church gave an oyster supper in the Sunday school rooms last evening which was well patronized and netted a neat little sum for the treasury of the circle. The ladies in charge of the aiTair were Miss Maggie Wood, Mrs. S. D. Mar tin, Mrs. Wright, Mrs. Mosher, Mrs. Edward Green, Mrs. Brahn, Mrs. Ellen-: dorf, Mrs. S. W. Morrison, Mrs. Nichol son, Mrs. Van Winkle, Mrs. Tice, Mrs. Anthony and Mrs. Cochraue. Miss Mamie Wagner played a piano solo, Miss | Mosher recited cleverly and Master Artie j Mosher was encored for his violin solo. He was accompanied by Prof. Inwright. To Mothers, For upwards of fifty years "Mps. Wi.vrlow's Soothing Syrup" lias been used by millions of mothers for their children while teething with never-failing safety and success. It soothes the child, softens the g unis, allay* all pain, regulates the bowels, cures wind coliu and is the best remedy for diarrhœa. "Mus. Winslow'r Soothing Syklt*' is for sale by druggists In every part Of the world. Price twenty-five cents a bottle.*»* K OTICE TO ABSENT DEFENDANT.—IN CHAN cery of New Jersey. To Belle C, Crowell: By virtue of an order of the Court of Chancery of New Jersey made on the day of the date hereof, In a cause where Gustavus Crowell is petitioner, and you are defendant, you are required to appear aud answer to the petition of said petitioner on or be fore the twenty first day of November next, or the said petition will be taken as confessed against you. The said petition is filed against you for a divorce from the bond of matrimonv. EDWIN A DIX. Solicitor of peticiooer. Address, No. Τ7β Broad street, Newark, New Jersey, ! Dated Seotember '& 18Si, I NOVELETTE No. 18. A HERO OF PEACE. HE DEFEATS A SOLDIER OF THE ASHANTEE WAR IN THE STRUGGLE FOR A HEART. BY THEODORE GIFT. §ee THE NEXT ISbUE OF THE Sunday Morning News. Price, 3 Cent·. Order It In Advance From Your Newsdealer to Prevent Disappointment. W. B.—Back Number» containing these Excellent Btorieo can be obtained at theoffioeof ThkJkrsby City News, Να HJ Montgomery Street. Β THE TIME TO HAVE DEFECTIVE TEETH EXTRACTED WITH PURE, FRESH GcAS 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. Φ- ■ ■ Φ fi. F. HANKS GIVES HIS WHOLE TIME AND PER SONAL ATTENTION TO IilS JERSEY CITY OFFICE. A YOUNG LADY, WHO SPEAKS GER MAN. IN ATTENDANCE AT EACH OFFICE. E. F. HANKS, ♦ DDEHTIST, Φ York and drove Streets. THE HANKS CO., DENTISTS, C. A. DAVIS, Manages 203 Sixth Anna* & T. BANKS BROS., DENTISTS, J. C. RANKS, Manager, Broad and Harket Sts. Newark. N, J. A Skin of Beauty Is a Joy Forever. I)R. T. FELIX GOURAUD'8 Oriental Cream or Magical Baautifier ~~ " Removes Tan, Pimples. Frec kles, Moth Patehes, Rash aud Skin Dis eases, aud ev ery blemssh OD.beautv.and defies detec tion. it has stood the test of 37 years, and fe so harmless we taste It to be sure the pre pa ration is pro perly made. Acccpt no counterfeit of similar name* The distin guished Dr. L. A, Sayer said to a lady of the havtoii fa patlent];— "As you ladies will use them. J recommend ' Gou rards Cream ' an the least harmful of all the skin preparations." One bottle will last six months, using it every day. Also Poudre Subtile removes superfluous hair without Injury to the skin. FERD. T. HOPKINS, Proprietor, 48 Bond st., run ning through to Main Office, 37 Great Jones st.. Ν.Y. For sale by all Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers throughout the U. S., Canadas aucl Europe. Also found in Ν. Y. Cltv at R. H. Macy's, Stern's, Ehrioh's, Ridley's and other Fancy Goods Dealers, pr"Deware of Base imitations. $1,000 Reward for arrest and proof of any one selling the same. S 3 * fj PQ A DWYER'S ORCHESTRA. Music Furnished for Picnics Balls, Sociables, Etc. BRASS BANDS A SPECIALTY no. 7 MMBCMJt nr., jr. 0. TOEE. r. DWVEB. · - - · Lead» JOHN DUST, —Dealer In— Beef, V eal, Mutton, r LAMB AND PORK. POULTRY, VEGETABLES. ETC. 263 Grand St.. near Grove. J. E~ WllLBEMt, RESTAURAIT AND DININ6-RG0M. TABLE BOARD. $3.30 PER WEEK. 356 Grove Street, Jersey City. Table· Reserved fer Ladle* PETER T. DONNELLY, PRACTICAL PLUMBER AND GAS FITTEa Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. 2BB Washington Street, J. C. 1TIMATE8 Fua.NI» ALL WOJUC GUARANTEED 5?^··.·^ iâPiea?* 1 RECEIVER'S NOTICE—ABIiAM Q. GARRETSoN Receiver of the New Jersey Lighterage Com, puny, by order of the Court of Chancery of New Jersey, hero by gives notice to the creditors of the New Jersey Lighterage Company, uu insolvent cor poration of the State of New Jersey, to present to nlm at his ofllce, No. 1 Exchange Place, in Jersey City, N. J., under oath or affirmation, their several claims ana demands against the said corporation within four mouths from the 2*lh day of August, A. D. 1889, or they will bo forever excluded from the benefit of such dividends as may thereafter be J made and declared by said court upon the proceeds of the effects of said corporation. Jersey City, N. J., August ί», 1889. A. <J. GARRETSON, Receiver. ^N ORDINANCE. For the relief of Joseph Crawford in construction of a bay window in builiing southwest corner Jer sey avenue and Sixth street. The Mayor and Aldermen of Jersey City do ordaiu as follows:— Section 1. That Joseph Crawford shall be, and he is hereby granted permission to construct and maintaiu a bay window upon the first floor of buildiug southwest corner of Jersey avenue and sixth street, which window may extend three (3) feet six (6) inches l>eyond the buildiug lino of Jersey avenue, any ordinance to the contrary notwith standing, the work to be done under the super vision or the Inspector of ltuildiDgs. Passed September 21, 18*.·. CHARLES W. ALLEN, foils E. Scott. President. City Clerk. Approved September 2Γ», 18»». ORESTES CLEVELAND, Mayor. A Ν ORDINANCE, To authorize the Jersey City and Bergen Railroad Company to use electric motors as the propelling power of its cars. The Mayor and Aldermen of Jersey City do ordain as follower Section 1. That the Jersey City and Bergen Rail road are hereby authorized to use electric motor as the propelling power of its cars. Section '3. That ail ordinances and parts of ordi nal noes in conflict herewith arc hereby repealed. Passed September 24, S CHARLES W. ALLEN, John E. Scott. President. City Clerfc Approved September 26,1889. ORESTES CLEVELAND, Mayor. \ 'Time ïoor Watch Bj Stewart's Clock." Thos. J.Stewart, NEW, ELEGANT STORAGE WAREHOUSE, AND MAN MOUTH CIBPEICLUHSIIIC WORKS) Eric and Fifth Sts., J. C. TELEPHONE CALL. IBS J. C. The Storage Department accessible by Ele vator and entirely separate from the Carpet Cleansing Works. A CORDIAL INVITATION Is extended to all to inspect the most complete facilities, patented in U. 8. and Europe, which 20 years' experience (solely in this business) çan suggest or money procure, for Cleansing and Renovating Carpets. RELAYING A SPECIALTY. The Storage Deparjment Is constructed on the best New York plan—iron partitions, tightly closed rooms, with lock and key. All Safeguards Against Fire, Burglars, Etc. Ν. T, URANCH 1B54 Broadway, Telephone Call. 876 89th st., Ν. Y. SEND FOR PAMPHLETS. Elegant vans for transporting goods anywhere. My processes are exclusively my own, and I have no connection with any other establishment. CO το CHARLES WOLF'S FOB YOUR Pocketbooks. Steamer Chairs, Etc. REPAIRING NEATLY DONE. SAMPLE CASES AND TRUNKS MADE TO ORDER. CHARLES WOLF, 58 Cortlandt Street, Ν. Y., COR. GREENWICH. Try 91.00 and 92.00 Ladl··* and Gents Shoes, In all styles, a# good as sold elsewhere for 18.00 and 93.00. ALL GOODS WARRANTED. ID. Sullivan, MONTGOMERY STREET, near eor. Washington. 3U NEWARK AVENUE, and 328 NEWARK AVENUE, cor. Coles Street. WELDON CIGAR STORE A large assortment of HAVANA and DOMESTIC CIGARS. Also manufacturer*of MeersDlaiua Pipes, Canes and Umbrellas. J. C. WENNER, Proprietor. 74 MONTGOMERY STREET, J. C. Repairing and Refitting Pipes and Boiling In Wax attended to. SURROGATE'S NOTICES. Notices to Creditors· Notice to creditors-estate of arthur | S. At how, deceased—Charlotte E. Athow, Executrix of Arthur S. Athow, deceased, by order of the Deputy Surrogate of Hud eon County, dated August 12. 1889 nereby elves notice to the creditors of said decedent to bring in their debts, demands and claims against the estate of said decedent, under oath or affirma tion, within nine months from the date of said order, or they will be forever barred of any action therefor against said executrix. CHARLOTTE E. ATHOW. Claims to be presented to the Executrix at her residence, No. 108 Glenwood avenue, Jersey City, N. J. Ν~ OTICE TO CREDITORS.—ESTATE OP RALPH Elliott Eager, deceased. — Fanny B. Eager, David S. Uncles and William BrinkerhoiT, executors of Ralph Elliot Eager,deceased, by order of the Sum* Eate of Hudson county, dated September 4.1889.here y give notice to the creditors of said decedent to bring in their debts, demands and claims against the estate of said decedent, under oath or affirma tion within nine months from the date of said order, or they will be forever barred of any action therefor against said executors. FANNY B. EAGER. DAVID S. UNCLES. WILLIAM BRINKERHOFF. Notice to creditors.—estate of john h. Bahrenburg, deceased.—Gesehe Bahrenburg, Claus H. Bahrenburg and John Bahrenburg, execu tors of John H. Bahrenburg. deceased, by order of the Deputy Surrogate of Hudson county, dated July 23, 1889, hereby gives notice to tne credi- : tors of said decedent to briny: in their debts, de mands and claims against the estate of said dece ι dent, under oath or affirmation within nine months from the date of said order, or they will be forever ; barred of any action therefor against said ex· < ecutors. GESCHE BAHRENBURG, CLAUS H. BAHRENBURG* j JOHN BAHRENBURG. j ΟΓί , El'llC RED1T0K8.-KHTATE OP CHARLES F. Clark, deceased—Rosa A. Clark, exocutrlx 1 of Charies F. Clark, deceased, by order of the Deputy Surrogate of Hudson County, dated August ! 19, 1889. hereby gives notice to the creditors of said decedent to bring In their debts, demands aud claims against the estate of said decedent, under oath or affirmation within nine months from the date of said order, or they will be "forever barred of any action therefor against said Executrix. ROSA A. CLARK. ! N otice to creditors.—Estate of Philip e. j ί Schmidt deceased—Magdaleua Schmidt, execu trix of Philip E. J. Schmidt, deceased, by ! order of the Deputy Surrogate of Hudson 1 county, dated August 21, 1889, hereby gives notice to the creditors of said decedent to bring in their debts, demands and claims against tho estate of said decedent, under oath or affirmation within nine months from tho date of said order, or they will be forever barred of any ac tion therefor against said executrix. MAGDALENA SCHMIDT. VTOTICB TO CREDITORS.—ESTATE OF FRED· li erlck William Maurer, dec-eased; Charlotte Maurer, executrix of Frederick William Maurer. deceased, by order of the Deputy Surrogate of Hudson County, dated September 9, 18*$, nereby give notice to the creditors of said décédant to ι the estate of said decedent, under oatli or aitirma tlan within nine months from the date of said order, or they will be forever barred of any ac tion therefor against said Executrix. CHARLOTTE MAURER, ÔTICK TO CREDITORS. Nc Estate of Bernard Conlon or Conley, deceased. John McKenna, administrator of Bernard Conlon or Conley. deceased, by order of the Surrogate of Hudson county, dated June 28, 1889. hereby gives no· tioc to the creditors of said decedent to bring in their debt**, demanda and claims agalnRt the estate of said decedent, under oath or aflirmation within nine months from the date of said order, or they will be forever barred of anyactlon therefor against said administrator. JOHN McKENNA. fVI U I iCfe. OHEiUToHë.—ÛS'i'ATE OF HINRY Jl\ Duderstadt, deceased.—Johanna Duderstadt, executrix, of henry Duderstadt, deceased, by order of the Surrogate or Hudson county, dated August 8, 1S89, hereby gives notice to the creditors or said decedent to bring In their debts, demands and claims against the estate of said decedent, under oath or affirmation within nlue months from the date of said order, or they will »>e for ever barred of any action therefor against said executrix. JOHANNA DUDERSTADT. J^OTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of John W, Harper, Deceased. Richard T. Battersbee. administrator of John W. Harper, deceased, by order of the Surrogate of Hud son county, dated June it. 1881». hereby gives no tice to the creditors of said decedent to bring In their debts, demands and claims against the es tate of said decedent, under oath or affirmation within nine months from the date of said order, or they will l>o forever barred of any action therefor ego Inst said administrator. RICHARD T. BATTKRSBEK. \1 υ'ΠΟΚ TO CKfcDlTORS.—ESTATE OF JOHAN 1> Miesner. deceased. Christian Miesner. admlu istrator of Jonun Melener, aoeeasea, by order of the Surrogate of Hudson Coudty, dated July 31, 1S89, hereby gives notice to the creditors of said dece dent to Bring in their debts, demands and claims against the estate of said decedent, under oath or affirmation within nine months from the date of said order, or they will be forever barred of any action therefor against said administrator. CHRISTIAN MIESNER. ÎJOTICE TO CREDITORS. — ESTATE OF MARY I 1 A. Roney,deceased.-Nancy A. Roney, executrix of Mary A. Rouey, deceased, by order of the Sur rogate of Hudson county, dated July 18, 1883. hereby gives notice to the creditors of said decedent to bring in their debts, demands and claims against ι the estate of said decedent, under oeth or affirma- I tlon within nine months from the date of said order, I or they will be forever barred of any action therefor against said executrix. 1 ΝΑΝΟΥ A BONWv Notices of Settlement. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT.—Notice Is hereby given that the flnal account of the subscribers, administrators of Abram B. Vrcelaud, deceased, will be audited and stated by the surrogate of the county of Hudson, and reported for settle ment ou Saturday, the 3d day of November next. Dated August 1W, Α. D. 188*. G U SSI Ε FORMA Ν. ARCHER lORMiVt. Ν OT1CE OF SETTLEMENT. Notice is hereby given that the flnal account of the subscriber, executor of Ann M. Lynch, deceased, will be audited aud stated by the Surrogate of the County of Hudson, and reported for settlement on Saturday, the iieth day of October next. Dated, August IS, A, D. 18«>. HENRY HORACE LYNCH. TOTICE OF SETTLEMKNT.-NÔTICEIsHÊRÊB"Y II glveu that the accouut of tiie subscriber, ex ecutor of Susau McliON'cru. deceased, will be audited aud stated by the Surrogate of the County of lludsou and renorfed for settlement on Satur dav the 19th day or October uext. lJujd August 15, A. D., 188'J. PATRICK McGOVERN. XTOTICS OF SEITLBMENT.-liOTICB IS ifÊREBY XV given that the account or the subscriber, ad ministrator of Elolse M. Oedney, deceased, will be audited and stated by the Surrogate of the County of Hudson, and reported for settlement on Satur day, the ltith day of November uoxt. fated September Ù, A, D. lift. JOHN W. HECK. CASH OR_CREDIT. 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HORSE BLANKETS NEVER BEFORE WAS THERE SXJCH IL SACRIFICE IN THE PRICE OF HORSE BLANKETS AS THAT NOW OFFERED BY J. SCHELLEIiBEEGEBi. I HAVE THE Largest Stock and Finest Assortment TO BE FOUND IN THIS VICINITY. CALL AND CONVINCE YOURSELF. J. SCHELLËNBERGER, Harness and Garriage Repository, 85 MONTGOMERY STREET. Turner & Bennell, ytwi1 A TÎT.TWiFr-nTÎ es YEii.ua. S3 & 25 NEWARK AYENUE, J.C. RETURN OF THE OYSTER. [ They are fine this season and the place to yet them is at Post's Sea Feed Market, No. 255 WAIUÎEN STRKKT, between Montgomery ami York streets. Order by telephone promptly attended to Telephone call 134 B. HIGHEST PRICE PAID! OLD BOOKS MAGAZINES ADO LIBRARIES | BOUGHTI H. Scarboro, Θ4 Montgomery St., J. C. New books supplied at a liberal disco un; from pur j cbaaera' prices. Call or send for bargain catalogue ! of 76 pages; free to all on uppUoatlon. GEORGE W. LAB AW, ARCHITECT! ROOMS tit AND 93 WKLDON BUILDING, 76 Montgomery Street. GLOCK'S MARKET, The FftTorlte place for families to gat their Groceries· Meats and Provisions. Ko. 176 Mercer Street, ♦ FOR ♦ Pure Wines and Liquors CALL AT Lewis Fischer's, 109 Ν ewark Ave. Wholesale Liquor Dealer Monogram Whiskey, Full Quarts, One Dollar per Bottle. R. H. WEAVER, HANUi'ACTDKKR 0» AWNINGS, ^ Κ LAGS i-is of Ail uationelltiee. Horse, Truck and Wagon Covert. TENTS FOR HIR& 26 and 28 Gregory Street J. C