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THE WAYNE WOHKERS
THEY Hmio) -l.V AXTHUHIABTIC meeting last irioiiT. Headquarters Enlaced and the Club Arrangea for » i'i»lr— Strikes from the Bowling Alleys--9o«ne Score·—General Sporting Notes. Upward and onward is the motto of the Wayne Athletic Cl-ab. The club had a spirited meeting laet night at the Avenue House. Siity were present. The Committee on Rooms reported tha* they had engaged the two large rooms in the building on Newark, opposite Pali" eade avenue, the building erected by Wil liam Broeser a dozen years ago. It has not been occupied for a year or more. The rooms are large and will allord ample space for the athletes for practice and a re ception room for those who do not train. The club has not a heavy cash box but they intend to have one and to hand somely furnish their headquarters. To raise the needful they last night decided to hold a fair at their headquarters as early as practicable. A Committee of arrangements was appointed and re quested to begin work at once. The committee couvened after the meeting and decided that the opening night of the fair would be December 9. The com mittee are enthusiastic and confident of success. It was concluded to issue the tickets at once. The club will take possession of their headquurters on November 1. They ad journed to meet on the first Monday in next mouth. The Committee 011 Rooms will furnish the place before the meeting is held. DOWN WENT THE PLN& Scores Made By Bowling Clubs In Practise Games Last Nlglit. The Hudsons, one of the strongest if this county, met at Muller's Alltys last night. The members believe that tliej can knock down pina faster than any organization in Hudson, and are anxious to receive challenges. At their bowl last night tliey put their line at the head of the alley, seventy-five feet from the head pin. This only gave them a few feet run and cramped them somewhat. Yet they put up big figures. The winning team had an average of 170 l-β and the losing team was not quite ten points less. The ecores of the first game were as follows:— leuly's team. muller's team. J. Leluy 190 F. Muller 1S( T. J. Cummiugs 108 J. Muller 20* C. Meyer 102 H. Miller ....lift F. Evans 167 J. Smith...... 17·; F. Casey.. 157 J. Piebes 1(15 Κ Piebes 155 C. Clark 16s Total 999 Total 1,055 The Empire boys were α lively lot of bowlers at Henn's alleys last night. They bowled to a zither musical accompani ment and had lots of fun. A match be tween two teams was warmly contested. Borneman 137 Biuga 177 Butler 147 Collerd 112 Elbins 13» Heritage 148 Hanua 172 Jones 123 Taylor ^ 142 Thompson 129 Kato * 147 E. Klein 183 Lange I7t -Moger 181 OgUen IOC Eeuther. 171 Keharfenherg 1<M Duke 107 Troll 1* Von Sehwinetz lot Total .' 1420 ι Total 104; The Ladies' Friendship Club had theii pleasant weekly meeting on the alleys at Brown's Cottage last night. The score of the first game follows:— Ringle ...177 Heintze 17! Gallery 103 Steltnian 14; Frank 148 ill'» Gallery 15Ï Mrs. Ringle 121 Mrs. Frank 131 Total 009! Total 61( The Scots' Proposed Tonrnamnut. President Regan, Secretary Young and several members of the Committee on Games of the Scottish-American AJhletie Club had a conference last night concern ing the big boxing and wrestling tourna ment, to be given under the auspices ol the club in a few weeks. The committee intends making it the finest affair of ite kind ever giveu in this county and will offer strong inducements to amateurs to compete. The secretary was directed to notify the members of the committee to attend α meeting when definite ar rangements will be made and the date for the tourney fixed- It will probably be either in the latter part of November oi C(U ι J iil JUVVVUIUV.*. Λ. ^VM'Vtuux ·--■ was authorized to consult the lessees ol the Oakland Kink. The Belvedere Club will roll their re turn game this evening at Becker's alleys, Jackson avenue, with the Phœnix Club of Harlem. The latter won the tirst game, which was bowled at Mott Haver last week. The Pin Knights will have a special meeting at Muller's alleys on Friday night. Who will tread on the tails of the Hud son Club's coat? Carey, of the Pin Knights, is a great bowler and can beat the world at wiping out records. Leuly sends the ball down the alley gracefully and accurately. Jack Smith curves the ball from eithei Bide of the alley. Casey pitches the ball, but he gets there just the same. When Frank Muller drops the ball It does not stop until it strikes the cushion. The clubs that will bowl tonight are the Bergens at Henn's alleys, Pamrapos at Metropolitan Hall, the Wednesday nights at Freudenbergers, the Centre Hills at Fuller's and the Belvideres against the Phoenix at Becker's. The Local Athletes. A Fresh Air Club has been started by members of the Scottish-American A. C. A dozen members are in It. They start every Sunday morning on a tramp across the country returning in time lor dinner. lt;will undoubtedly be made a clutf alfalr and the entire club will take a Sabbath morning walk and stiarpeu their appe tites for the noonday meal. One thing that will be accomplished by the cluu walk will be that it will tend to make the club members retire early Saturday nights to be iu condition for the tramp. Captain 'Γ. F. O'Brien, of the Wayne A. C., has invited all the runners of the club to meet him at the rooms of the Daunt less Athletic Club, Newark avenue, oppo site Palisade avenue, on Friday night next. They will take a cross country run and the Captain will then select the team iltj wnx Quecu iu uuo wjuoo vuuuiij iuu uvi the championship of the city to be given under the auspices o£ the Lorillard De bating anil Athletic Association ou Elec tion clay. Captain O'Brien is positive that ho will pick the winning team and the winners of the special prizes, notwithstanding the fact that his team will only have a few days for training. baiters, Irvine and Hodnet, of the Loril lards, were out for a long spin last night. They covered the ground at a hot pace. Sporting: Notée. Concert of the Valencia Boat Clnb tills evening. The Marion Rifle Club of Hoboken· and our own club of Newark, will Bave the first of their series of matches at Hoilbeck's Hall, Hoboken, tonight. They are the two best rifle clubs lu the State. Cal McCarthy denies the story tlï t he has been matched ta again fight Johnny Murphy, of Boston. He is willing If the purse is $1,Γ*Χ>. As Uixou Is anxious tii meet McCarthy the latter has guaranteed a purse of $500 if Dixon will come to New York or Jersev City and fight. Cal McCarthy is billed for the beueflt entertainment to be given to Frauk "White next Monday night. Charles Walton, of New York, will at tempt next Saturday night to defeat five roller skaters In a five mile go. Ho will skate the whole distance and his oppo nents will have a relay race—that is, each In turn will skate one mile. The five again si him will be G. Look wood, Walter Greene, I. Packe, Thomas Longfield and I. Martin. The Hudson County Wheelmen will take part in the lantern parade at Eliza beth on Saturday night. Mike Tiernan's admirers at Trenton are making arrangements to en tertain him at a banquet. It will take place week alter er next. Tiernau is a quiet, modest fellow and is averse to these re ceptions but on this occasion he wants to be there to greet his numerous friends. His home is at Trenton, and he graduated from the 'Jersey City Club to the New York Giants. The entire New York team will be invited to the banquet. gossip ofThe turf., Plans of Racing Clubs and What the Horses Are Doing. The New Linden Park Blood Horse As sociation has not very favorable weather for Its inaugural day's sport this after noon. And this is to be regretted, as all the arrangements are perfect and well advanced, the track in excellent condi tion, and the programme received is the best one any club has had since the sum mer season ended. That New Jersey will have plenty of racing this winter was again elucidated yesterday when the Dwyer Brothers offi cially announced that after the regularly announced meetings at the tracks of the New Jersey Jockey Club and Linden Park Association, racing would be given at the former place every Monday, Wednesday mid Friday as long as tlie weather continued favorable. The action of the club is in part influenced by the fact that Clifton has been racing on those days while the New Jersey Jockey Club meeting has been in progress. About six weeks ago the managers of three of the New Jersey race tracks, the New Jersey Jockey Club, Linden Park, and Hudson County Jockey Club met and agreed on dates that should not clash. Clifton, however, refused to enter the couterence, and insisted on claiming its old dates of last season. This action has brought about the rumpus, and further nlnuliinfr its ovnopfx/l The Hudson County Jockey Club will begin its meeting on Tuesday, November 19, continuing every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday throughout the season. As this club lias made room for the new ventures, it is not expected tlieir claimed dates will be taken, unless Clifton decides so to do, and there is a current rumor to that effect. The Hudson Connty Jockey Club (old Guttenberg) has an attractive programme, offering £3,200 in added money the first day of the season. The principal event that day is as follows:— The Okolona Handicap, one milo and a six teenth; purse gt.500, of which $300 to second and $100 to third. Entrance 810; horses not declared to pay $10 additional; entrance money to be equally divided between seeond and third horses. The jockey riding the winner to receive $250, and the rider of the second horse $50 In addition to the above. Entries to close Saturday, November 10, at ten p. m. ; weights announced Monday, November IS, at ten a. m. ; declarations to be made throutch entry box by eleven o'clock same day. The racing of the New Jersey Jockey Club was enjoyed by a large crowd yes terday, and there were several noticeable things for kickers to remember. In the tirst placo Cracksman, bv his race, showed his defeat of Saturday not to have been true form. The colt was yesterday in the best condition and beat Reporter and Laviuia Belle with ease. Now that Guy Gray liai ceased to be a maiden he should win one or two good races. That of yesterday shows him to have improved, and he was up to a finish. In most of the two-year old company now running the Dwyer Brothers' Sir John is just now invincible. Ciisaway 11. allowed a good race, but under severe punishment. Were he to meet Kiijg Crab and Defaulter today or tomorrow both would meet him. Vivid showed herself very near a race, and Mr. Clarke's Pnnzle is on the im proving list. Newbnrg seems to be off, and Gentleman Jockey Lloyd's female apostle, St. Mary did not at all come near the form shown by her stable brothers, St. John and St. Luke. TWO TICKETS LN THE THIRD. A Republican Split that Will Give the District to the Democrats. The row in the Third district Republi can camp has assumed great proportions. Postmaster Dickinson, claiming to be Chairman of the District Executive Com mittee, called a primary at No. 436 Grove street for tomorrow evening, to elect delegates to the Assembly and Freeholder Conventions. Ex-Alderman Marinus, who also claims the chairmanship of the Central Associa tion, and is backed by the John Watts Association, took time by the forelock and called a called a primary for the same purpose, to be held last evening at the John Watts Association rooms, No. C49 Jersey avenue. That primary was held last eveuiug, and 3S0 votes were H-.1 rm ίν,Λ following ticket:— Assembly Delegates—S. C. Baldwin, Jacob Van Winkle, H, Smellie, J. Diederich, L. H. Mariuus, Conrad Reichenbecker, A. F. Smith, Edward WaluiKley. James Martin, John Mitchell, Alfred Howard, Lewis X). Cassel, Charles W. Stretcher. William Keuny, Herman Brautlgiln und Louis I>. Kolter. Freeholder Delegates—Conrad Reichenbecker, Charles W. Pearson, John Callery, John Cogan, Christian Ruby, William Bnrlow, T. R. McDon nell, Robert McOully, James B. Niblett, Ells worth Purcell, Silas C. Baldwin, John Cody, I-I. Smellie, Henry Gocha, Edward KeDny, Henry Turner. The Third District Republican Asso ciation, of which Fred Payne is president. i repudiates the action of last evening and claims that it will be ignored by the County Committee and a majority of the Republicans of the district. The other primary will be held tomorrow evening at No. 435 Grove street, and it is certain that two Republican tickets for Assem blyman and Freeholder will be put In the Held. The 1'Almu'M Entertainment. The Palmas inaugurated the regular entertainment season at the club house last evening. Over six hundred ladies and gentlemen crowded the big gymna sium, which was beautified by big Amer ican and club flags. A multitude of prominent people were present. A very entertaining programme was presented. Maud Morgan, the harpist, gave several pretty selections, Carrie Hun-King, a charming vocalist, sang prettily; Bessie H. Mecklain's saxophoue solo, with her father's harp accornpani ! ruent, was very well received, while J. .1. j Hayes, an elocutionist of much merit, contributed to the entertainment. Adolf Close was accompanist. An admission fee of il was charged, and for the inoueys ι received free entertainment* will be held j at the club house during the winter. Yesterday afternoon Sexton Joseph Defers discovered Michael Eagan, a laborer liviug on Sixteenth street, en deavoring to bury a stillborn child in the consecrated ground of the old St. Peter's Cemetery without a permit. The little body was in a common cigar box. Kagau was driven from the cemetery, bub the sexton afterward discovered that be had buried the box just outside the cemetery fence and caused his arrest, by Policeman Farrell, for violating the health rule by burying a body without a permit, The;box was due up ana the body taken in charge by the County Physician. Kagan was iguoraut of the health rule ami had no intention, evidently,of wrong doing. He was discharged this morning Henry Berlin 1» the Hocond, The Second District Democratic Con vention was held last night at Friend's Hall, No, 08 Essex street. The Con vention was called to order by Committee man Oeorge W. Shaw. The Convention elected Patrick Couder as chairman aud ί John O'Donnell as secretary. The names of Alderman Hanck aud Henry Hyrnes were submitted as the caddidate for member of Assembly. The mme of the ; former was withdrawn aud Byrnes was ' unanimously numluated. He accepted ; I the nomination in a neat speech. A col lation followed. The Freeholders' Convention renomin ated Michael Hennessey for Freeholder. MRS. RYAN'S SAD PATE. She l>ied Alone and Unattended—Valu able Papers Missing;. Mrs. Ann Ryan, aged sixty-eight years· was found dead in her bed at Newark avenue, corner of Sixth street, at four o'clock yesterday afternoon. She had not been attended by a physician. The body was removed to her son's residence, No. ,13 Front street, and the county physician was notiiffed. Her bank book and some insurance εaners were missing when sought for by ei· son, William Ryan, and Mrs. Hannah McMahon, of No. 343 Newark avenue, was suspected of appropriating them. Ryan made complaint and caused her arrest. She became so ill with asthma at the station house as to render her re moval to the City Hospital necessary, and she was unable to appear for examination this morning. CLOSING A SUMMER HOTEL TIio Careful Preparations That Are made for tUe Winter Siege. Along about the first of September the guests are quartered on the lower floors Then, with the top floor clear, the em ployees begin in the hall and take, up the carpets, which are carefully cleaued, dusted with camphor, rolled up and stowed in a room by themselves. The coverlids, blankets, sheets and pil low cases from the bedrooms are next gathered and carried to the laundry. The pillows and mattresses are hung over the head and footboards so that they will air, and the carpets are taken up and doubled back over, so that the under surface only are exposed to the light. From the upper floor the employees go down to the next, and so on. After the bedding is cared for the scrub women give every piece of wood work a cleaning. Of course this goes on above while the work of attending bedding and carpets is done below. Last of all, the table linen is sent to th e laundry, and there is a grand rouudup, an inventory. A very large number of napkins is reported missing. Some people ansent mimteaiy put. mem in men pockets. Waiters have been known to substitute them for hosiery. The crock ery and the silver are washed, counted und stored away. When the bedding gets through the hands of the counter it is stored away also. The blankets are sewed up in the linen, making big moth proof baies. In the dining room the tables and chairs are piled up three deep while the room is scrubbed, and are left there during the winter. The benches on the verandas are gathered in close ranks. The tables and chairs from the veranda go into the din ing room. When the scrubbing is done come the plumbers and carpenters. The plumbers go very carefully over the house, and clean out the pipes and traps. The water and gas are disconnected. The traps when cleaued are tilled with salt to purify thein and keep the air out. The carpenters go down into the cellar. They find there a stack of boards just where they left them last spring. The boards are all marked, and each board has a placo somewhere about the verandas, which are all boarded iu. The Steel Pen Trade. The steel pou trade at Birmingham is reported as buoyant, the average weekly production exceeding 100,000 gross, some thing that would give an aggregate an nual product of 1,198,086,000 steel pens In her Majesty's stationery office, one year, the consumption of steel pens was about two millions, as against half a mill ion of quill ones. In the London clubs the proportion of quill pens used is larger than that in the Government offices.— Detroit Free Press. To Mother·*» For upwards of fifty years "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup" has been used by millions of mother· for their children while teething with never-failing safety and success, it soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, regulates the bowels, cures wiud colic and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. "Mrs. Winslow's Soothixg Syrup" is for sale by druggists in every part of the world Price twenty-five cents a bottle.***· & SU£t3K CTJ3R.3KT Hammers Hair Balsam, THE EXTRACT OF SAGE. Is ft sure cure for Dandruff and Scurf—ft sure pre ventative against the Falling and Turning of the Hair. Sure Cure for Baldness I and the Hnest Hair Dressing in the inarfcet. SOLD AT J. HAMMEL'S, 1 Κ Fv <~(ττ a Tcr/iw Ρτ.αγιγ ίΦο Wλ+· FRANK ϋ. HANLY, FURNITURE Carpet, Bedding, Oil Cloth and Stove ♦ WAREHOUSE, ♦ 203 Newark Ave. Three Doors above Jersey Aveuue. J. C. .GEORGE W. LAB AW, ARCHITECT! KOCMS 92 AND 93 WJCLDON BUILDING 76 M ontgomery Street STONE. HOME-MADE CANDIES Always Frcâ Pure Cailles a Specialty. 75 Montgomery Street. Large reduction to Schools and Fairs. H.& J. STELLING, » MONTGOMERY STRûJiX. (STKLLING BUILDING. FINE WINES AND OLD WHISKIES, tine AImi Beat Brands of Imported and Domestic Clear·. KotMer Beer on Draiiglit anl in Bottle» WELDON CIGAR STORE A largo assortment of HAVANA and DOMESTIC CIGARS. Also manufacturer·of Meerscbaum Pipes, Canes and UnhrtM J. C. WENNER, Proprietor. 74 M ON Τβ Ο at Κ II Y 8TREKT, J. C. Repairing and ReAttlug Pipes and Boiling In Wax an ended to. J. C. WiMjBEK, RESTAURANT AND DINING-ROOM. Τ ill Li. HO Attn «UU 1'KK WKiUC. 366 Grove Street, Jersey City. Table· KmbttmI (or L»<11<» PETER T. DONNELLY, PRACTICAL PLUMBER AND GAS FITTEft Sanitary Plumbing a SpeoiaUy. SCB Washington Street, J. Û. KttUTW rVKSUUUU· ALL Wou UUAHUKT·· Β Jï OB PRINTING. CHEAPEST! QUICKEST! NEATEST! ALL KINDS OF WORK DONE IN i THE MOST FINISHED MAN NER AND AT THE MOST REA SONABLE RATES IN THE JOB DEPARTMENT OF THE Jersey City News Establishment, BILLHEADS, LK'XTKKHEADS, NOTEHEADS, BUSINESS CARDS, VISITING CARDS, TICKETS, INVITATIONS, CIRCULARS, HANDBILLS, POSTERS and LEGAL PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION TURN ED OUT IN THE BEST STYLE AND AT SHORT NOTICE. BRIEFS, CASES ON APPEAL AND REPORTS OF TESTIMONY A SPECIALTY. LEAVE YOUR ORDERS AT THE ' OFFICE OF THE Jersey City News, 1.80 MONTGOMERY STREET [Wcldon Building], JERSEY CITY. Mice to Bite and Contractors· CEALED proposals will be recetved at the office of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners on Monday. October 28, 1889, at 10 o'ciock; a. m„ for the work and materials attendant on the building contemplated as a NEW POLICE HEADQUARTERS AND FIRST PRE CINCT POLICE STATION, in accordance with plans and specifications on file in the ortlce of L. H. Brown, Architect, No. 47 Mont gomery street, Jersey City, where specific Informa tion may be obtained. Blank forms of proposals and agreement of sure ties can be had at by applying the office of the Chief Engineer, corner of Jersey avenue and Mercer street. Ί he bidding will be divided into five sectlous, as follows:— 1st, Mason work. 2d. Carpenter work. :>d, Plumbing and Gasûtting.^etc. •Ith, Steam Heating. 5th, Piling aud Capping. The biddlug for each item to be individual, and the lump sum named for the same, but tbis will not preclude a bidder from combining all the items and naming a figure for the entire work complete. Bids must be enclosed In sealed envelopes, en dorsed "Proposals for (Item specified) Police Head quarters, etc.," directed to "E. A. Dugan, Esq.. Chairman of Committee on Public Building and Docks," and handed to tue clerk of the Board in open meeting, when called for in the order of business relating to sealed proposals. This Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids il' deemed for the beet interest of the city so to do. No city official will be accepted as surety, nor will a substitution of sureties be allowed. By order of the Boarc; of Street ana Water Com missioners. GEORGE T. BOUTON, Clerk. Dated Jersey City, October 17,1880. Corporation Notice. Notice is hereby given that on the eighth day of April, 1889, application was made to the Board of Public Works by (Jarret G. Vreelaud for the vacatiou of a portion of the old Jersey City and Bergen Point Plank Road, in ac cordance with a sketch accompany lug said petition. That said petition subsequently came into the hands of the Committee on Streets and Sewers of tbe Board of street and Water Commissioders (said Board being tbe legal successors or the late Hoard of Public Works), and was on October 14, 1889, re ported on favorably by them. 1 UU 1UUU VW uo » uvnn.v* 1UHJ w ui .iwnuvru no *»/« lows:— All that portion of the old Jersey City and Bergen Boiut Plank Road lying between the northerly side of Garfield avenue ana the line of tho property bo· longing to the estate of the late James Cuirle, de censed. And that Monday, the ISh day of November 18S9, atlt^n o'clock a. m., and the meeting room or tiie Board of Street and Water Cummissioucrs are hereby fixed as the time aud place when and where tho Board of Street and Water Commissioners will meet to hear parties interested in said application aud all re u onstrauces ugninst the said proposed vacation that may l>e presented in writing. All objections thereio must be presented in writing. By order of the Board of Street and W ater Com missioners. GEORGE T. BOlTTON, Clerk. Dated Jersey City, Octobor 17, 1889. SHERIFF'S SALE — IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY. Between John Mullins, complainant, and John Keefe et ale., defendants. F1 Fa., for sale of mortgaged premises. Returnable October Term, 18a9. Collins & Corlln, Solicitors. By virtue of tho above stated writ to me directed and delivered. I shall sell by public vendue, at F. G. Wolbert's Real Estate ami Auction Rooms, No. 4T Montgomery street, Jersey City, on THURSDAY, the Seventh day of November, A. D. 1869, at two o'clock in the afternoon,«all the following described land and premises with the appurtenances, being the same as described iu said writ, that is to say: All that lot of land and premises situate, lying and being in Jersey City, in the county of Hudson and State of New Jersey, and which on a map entitled "Map of Sherwood, Hudson County, N. J.," made by Clerk & Bacot, City Surveyors, filed In the Hudson County Register's office, is known as lot numbered fifty-seven (57) Ocean street (now Ocean avenue), and described as follows:—Begin ning at the southwesterly corner of Ocean street (now Ocean avenue) and Bramhall avenue uud run ning thence il) southerly along the westerly line <»f ocean street (now Ocean avenue) oue hundred feet (liei ft.); thence i2) wes crly in a course parallel with Bramhall avenue one hundred and twenty-five feet *125 ft.); thence  northerly parallel ν ith Ocean street (now Oceau avenue J one hundred feet [lin ft.] to the southerly lino of Bramhall avenue; theuec  easterly along tho southerly line of Bram hall avenue one hundred and twenty-five feet to the place of beginning, excepting aud reserving so much of acid lot as was taken by the municipal au thorities tor the widening of Ocean avenue (form erly called Ocean street) being a strip about ten feet wide. Bated September 28,1889. M ASTEK'S SA lJE. - IN CHANCERY OF NEW — Jersey. Between l'iiomas C. Smart, complainant, and Am brose \v. Ellis and wife ami others, defendants. On bill for parution, decree for sale. Oeorge Van Horu, solicitor. liy virtue of an order of the Court of Chancery of New Jersey, made lu the above cause, and hied October niuth, eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, direct Ing a sale of ull and singular the premises mentioned and described In said bill of complaint, I Khali sell at public vendue, to the highest bidder, on WEDNESDAY, the thirteenth day of November next (18SIH. At two o'clock tu the afternoon, on that part of the premises hereinafter described, designated as lot number tweniy four (24) and known as street num ber eighty six (Sti) Tuer» avenue.tnear Vroom street.) Jersey City, In such portions as to mo uiuv seem most for the interest of the parties. All'those eerfcau lot»;, tracts, pieces or partiels of laud aud premises, situate, lying and beii gin Jer sey City, In the County of Hudson aud State of New Jersey, and which, on a oertain map on file lu the Ke;,'lster'M Ofttee of said count)·, entitled "Map of property belonging to the estate of Martin Lewis, deoea^H!, situated In Jersey city, Hudson County. New Jersey." ate kuown und designated as lots numbered seven t?j aud seven α (ΓΔ), ten (10), eleven (11), twenty three (£>). twenty-four (ϋ> and twenty four Λ CM A\twenty ftvetJS). tv.eaty »lx(2<jA twenty seven tfî) and twenty-eight (Λ0, as laid down on said map. Including the Inchoate rights of dower of all the d^feudauta named in said decree, as having tuch rights In said premises or In any part, or share thereof. M «ether with all and singular the u ne Κπ-nts, hereditament» ami appurtenauce* thereunto belonging or in\auy wise ap^ruduJu.^^^ f | κ y Special uL»tcr lu Chanceiy of New Jtrwey I October li. litatueuts ι t" lu ν wl lal HWr j , 1KW.\ Henry Albers, JERSEY CITY WINE -ROOM Ttnported WtHes, JLiqwrr» and Segarst. fO MONTGOMERY ST., <Weldoi BHiill© JERSEY CITY. RETURN OF THE OYSTER. They are fine this season and the ί ilace to (et them is at 'ost's Sea food Market, ίο. 255 WARREN STREET, between | lontgomery and York streets. Order >y telephone promptly attended to telephone call 134 B. i.CLT_Q CHARLES WOLF'S FOR YOUR Ms, Travelling Bags PoGketbooks, Steamer Chairs, Etc. LEPAIRING NEATLY DONE. SAMPLE CASES AND TRUNKS MADE TO ORDER. CHARLES WOLF, 58 Gortlandt Street, Ν. Y„ COR. GREENWICH. Public Notice IEPORT NO. 40 OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF Notice is hereby given that the com misslouers of Adjustment. In and for the city >f Jersey City, appointed by the Circuit Court of the bounty of Hudson, under and by virtue of the pro t isions of Chapter CXII. of the laws of 1846, entitled 'An act concern lag the .settlement and collection >f arrearage· of unpaid taxes, assess ments and water rates or water rente in cities of this State, and imposing and levying a tax, assessment- and lien in lieu, and in stead of such arrearages, and to e » force the pay aient thereof and to provide for the sale of lands subjected to future taxation and assessment," passed March 3UL 1888, have made, certified and lied a report of their proceedings relating to and iffeetlug delinquent land, situated within the fol lowing described ljoundarles:—North by ind more particularly described as follows, to Block 275, lot 0, Newark avenae Block 275, lot 5, Newark avenue Bloc Κ 275, lot 1H, First street Block *270, lot F1, Jersey avenue Block 27Γ», lot Ο 1, Second street Block 2Î6, lot 1». First street Block 276. lot F 1, Second street Biook 276b lot O. First street Block 276, lot Κ 1. Second street Block 276, lot T, First street Block 27H, lot C 1, Jersey avenue Block 277, lot 27, Third street Block 277. lot 5, Erie and Second streets Block 277, lots 9 aud it), Erie and Second streets Block 277, lots 6,7 and f. Erie and Second streets Bloc κ 278, lot V, Jersey avenue Slock 2IS, lot D, Erie street Block 278, lot W, Jersey avenue Block 278, lot 18, Jersey avenue Block 274, part of lot 17. Jersey avenue Block 2i8, lot P, Jersey avenue Block 278, lots X and 28, Erie street Block 278, lot Η, Third street Block 279, lots U ana L. Fourth street Block 279, lot R, Fourth street Block 279, lots Ο 1 and Ν 1, Fifth street Block 2?.». lots M 1 and L 1, Fifth street Block :118. lot A, Jersey avenue Block #18, lot C, First street Block 313, lot B, Jersey avenue Block 8!3, lot 2i>, Second street. Block 818, lot D, First street Block 313, lots 28 and 29. Second street Block 318, lot S3, Second street Block 318, lot G, First street Block 313, lot 14, Newurk avenue Block 814, lot C, Second street Block 314, lot O, Third street Block 314, lot y, Second street Block 314, lot X, Third street Block814, lot .^Jersey arenui Block 314, lots H and J. Third street Block 314, lots Ρ and R, Third street Block 315, Alley. Jersey avenue Block «15, lot C 1, Fourth street Block 310. lot A 1, Fourth street Block 316, lot Β 1. Coles street Block 816, lot F 1, Coles street Block 316. lot Ο 1, Fifth street ADJUSTMENT. east by touth by ind west by SIXTH STREET, ERIE STREET, NEWARK AVENUE BRUNSWICK STREET; prit:— Bloc»: 310, Alley, Jersey avenue Block 851', lois 1 and 3. Newark avenue Block 951. lot 7, Colt·» street Block a>l, lots aud 21, Third street Block 851, lot 81, Third street Block 851, Alley, Monmouth street Block 85V, tot. Z, l'ourtii street Block 850, Alley. Monmouth street Block 852, part of lot 4, Coles street lUock 852, lot W, Monmouth street Block ;V<j, lot N, Thud street Block 85v, lot 27, Fourth street Block Sti, lot H 1, Fourth street Block 352, lot U, Third street Block wo, parts of lots 17 to 30 Fourth street Block 858, lot lv, Monmoutu street Block 858. lots s and 1 Monmouth street Block 853, Alley, Moumouth street Block 858, lot 26, Fifth sireet Block 380, lot 8, Third street Block :187, lot 18, Monmouth street Block 387, lot 12, Third street Block 387, lots 3 and 4. Newark avenue Block 887, part of lot 2, Newark avenue Block 887, part of lot 2, Fourth street Block 887, lot :*>, Fourth street Block 387, lot 28 and 21, Fourth street Block 8ίι, rear part of lot s 5 and 6, Monmouth street Block 883, lot J l, Brunswick street Block 888, lot V, Fourth street Block 3S8, lot D 1, Fourth street Block ;*88, lot 21. Brunswick street lUock 8-8, lot Ν 1, Fifth street Block 888, lot Ν Moumouth street Block 888, lot Ο 1, Fifth street Block 388, lots Ζ 1 it ml R 1, Fifth street Block 888, Jot X 1, Fifth street Block 388. lot i£, Monmouth street Block !itf8, Alley, Monmouth street Block 883, loi 16, Fourth street Block 8S3, lot Κ 1, Fifth street Block 2*», lot X, Jersey avenue Block 2Hii, lots A and B, sixth street Block 28'·», 1«>: lv 1, Jersey avenue Block 28»>. lots Λ 1 aud 1> 1. Jersey avenue Block 280, l"t «8, Sixth street Block 280, lot C 1. Jersey avenue Block 280. part of lot 31, Sixth street itlock 28t', bare of lot 29, sixth street Block lot Z, Jersey avenue Block Î117, lots Β and C, Jersey avenue Block 817, lot Si, Fifth street Block 317, lot I>. Fifth street Block 317, lot S, Fifth street Bloc k 817. lot X. Coles street Block 317. lot Z, Sixth street Block 31Ϊ, lot 26. Sixth street Block 31 lot D u Sixth street Block 317. lot Κ 1, Sixth street Block 317, lot F 1. Coles street Block :;i7, lot 5, Jersey avenue Block 31Î, Alley, Jersey avenue Block 354, lot C, Coles street Block lot 6, Cole.* street Block 3M, lot Z. Sixth strict Block 3ô4, lot J, Colt's» street Block 354. lot F, Coles street Block 354. part of lot 2, Monmouth street Block 354. lot F l, sixth street Block ijM. lots A 1. Β 1 and C l. Sixth street BloelC 864, lots D 1 and Ε 1, Sixth street Block-M, lot 13, Fifth street Block 354, lots Zi, 27 and 3S, sixth street Block «54, lots <î9. !»J and 31 Sixth street Block 354, lot &», Monmouth street Block 854, lot £3. Sixth street Block aft*, part of lot 17 and all of 18, Fifth street}J Block ;5U, lot 1, Monmouth street Block S», lots A and B. Monmouth street Block »«>, lot 2, Honmouth street Block «<!>. rear part of lots 5. Monmouth street Blook sa», lot 1>, Monmouth street Block 339. lots Η and 21, l lfth street Block S*». lots l'.i and 2Ϊ. Urnnswlek street Block 880, lots à) and 23, Bruusu ick street Block a&y, lot 24. Brunswick street Block 38»» lot* 2· and eixth street Block 3S9, lot* 27 ami ;8. sixth street Block -89, lot 2D. Sixth street Blook S8U. lots and 31, Sixth streei Block Stt. lot £2, sixih street Block hsy. lot 4. Monmouth street Block 38:», lot 2i, Brunswick street Block 380, lot J, Fifth street Block 38s>, lots Κ 1 and Β I. Fifth street; Block «U, lot C 1. Firth street Block 3*#, lots 14 and 15, Fifth street Aud the said Court hasAxod Saturday, the second dav of November. ISS'J, at the Couri House. In the citV of Jersey City, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, s s the time and place for hearing any objections that tiïay be made to the assessment.*, charges and lieu* η \ed and certified by the Commissioners of Adjustment, la **i<l report, when ana where all partie.·, Interested ".erelu mav be heard. DEN Us McLACtiUUN, Clerk of the Circuit Court of the County of Hudson. Dated Jersey City. N. J., October 5» 18S). 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A COKDIAL INVITATION is extended to all to inspect the most complete facilities, patented in U. S. and Europe, which 20 years' experience (solely in this business) can suggest or money procure, for Cleansing and Renovating Carpets. BELAYING A SPECIALTY. The Storage Department is constructed on the I best New York plan—iron partitions, tightly ! closed rooms, with lock and key. All Safeguards Against Fire, Burglars, 1 Etc. N. Y. HBANCH, 1554 Broadway, Telephone Call. 876 39th st., Ν. Y. , SEND FOR PAMPHLETS. Elegant vans for transporting goods anywhere. My processes are exclusively my own, and I 1 have no connection with any other establishment. ALARGESTOGK — OF — Rugs, Lace Curtains, Clocks, Rogers' Silverware, AND OTHER USEFUL HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES, FOE CASH OR est TIME. Call and Kxw.mlu· Them. CE©R©E E. WATSON, 51 Montgomery St· R. H. WEAVER, MANUFACTURER Oif es, l·1 LA-GS^i of all nationalities. Horse, Truck and Wagon Covers. TENTS FOR HIRE. 26 and 28 Gregory Street, J. C ι. im ',i '.r.xÎwrrffrι . nr. ·ιΐ|ΐ .wijij»·» BURR BREWING CO. LMSiER BEER. 227 West 18 th Street, asrXIXW YOIIIC. I M 1—^—■ 0CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH penwyroyal pills, Red Croe» Diamond Brand. The only reliable pill tor sale. Safe nnd ran». Ladle·» usk l/ruggifti for tue Ole fcu ο ml Krand, iu rod luovaUic boxee, seal, vhh biuoribboa. Tukeaoatlier. S«ua4e» (stamps) tor particular* and "Reltof for Ladle··1y* <n letter, by malL A'ame /toper, i Chlchcater©hemic aiCu.. HuUlsiuu 6c·»PhiiadmPfc RAILROADS^ Erie Railroad Tim· Tabl·» Ticket offices-40i. sit. 713.957 Broadway, 153*4 Bowery, l Bat· tery place. Chambers street and Twenty-third street ferries, New York: 331 Fulton street, Brooklyn; 107 Broadway, Williamsburg:; cor ner Newark and Hudson streets, Hoboken. and new station Jersey City, where ticket· and parlor or sleeping car reservations and orders for check ing and transfer of baggage can be obtained ^ Trains leave Jersey City station as foliow 9:20 a. m.—Day Express. Pullman Buffet drawing room coaches to Buffalo, connect at HornelisvlUe for Jamestown and Chautauqua Lake. 8:18 p. m. daily—"Chicago and St. I>ouis Limited.** A solid Pullman train of day, dining and sleeping coaches to Mead ville, Youngstown, Marlon ana Chicago without change. Pullman sleeping coache· to Cleveland, Cincinnati and 8t. Louis. No extra charge for fast time. _ _ 6:13 p. m. daily—Chicago and Grand Trunk Ex cess. Solid Pullman train of day and Buffet sleep ,_g coaches to Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Hamilton. London, Lansing; Battle Creek, South Bend and Chicago without change. Buffet sleeping coach to Rochoster, arrive 7:00 a. m. _ „ ^ 850 p. m. daily—Chicago Express. Pullman Buffet sleeping coaches to Elmira, Hornells ville, James town, Corry, Head ville, Youngstown. Cincinnati and Chicago. Stations on Orange Branch, week days, 9:15 a. m, 1253, 422, 657, 705, 9:12, 11:46 p. m. Sundays, 9:49* a. m.. 1:42, 4:17, 6:27, 8:30, 10:12 p. m. Additional train· to Prospect street, E. Orange, Washington street, Orange, Llewellyn and Main streets, w. Orange Orange, week days, 6:15, 823, 1123 a. m., 222.32X 452, 5:19. 550, 8:12. 1000 p. m. Rutherford aud Passaic, week days. 4:15, 5:00, 6:13, 7:12, 8:05, 9:45, 10:43 a. m., 12:12 noon, 1:12. 2.02, 303, 350, 4:20,450, 552. 6301, 629. 6:42.705. 7:44, 9:15, 10:42, p. m., 12:13 midnight. Sundays. 5:00, 8.30, 10:43, a. nu, 12:12 noon, 200, 320. 4:13, 5:20, 6:45, 7:44, V5» 1U:4a P· »·■ 12:13 mldnlfrht. Additional trains to Passaic. week IS days, S21. 5:12.529, 620 p. m. Paterson, week days, 4:15, 5:00, 6:12, 7:12, 803, 9:45, 10:43 a. m., 12:12 noon, 1:12, 203, 308, 3:21, 8:45, 35<* 4:12, 420, 4:45, 450, 5:12, 529, 5:42, 552. 601, 620, 62·, 6:42, 7:15, 7:44, 850, 9:15. 10:43 p. m., 12:13 midnight. Sundays. 500. 8:30, 10;43, 12:12 noon, 2.00. 320, 4JJk 52*J, 6:15, 7:44, 850, 9:15. 10;42 p. m., 12:18 midnight. Newark and Paterson via Newark, week days, 654, 3:07, 10:20, 11:45 a. m., 1.14. 2:15, 3:47. 455, 507, 5:37, 607, 6^37. <:46. 10:15 d. m.. 12:20 midnight. Sundaya 8:15 n, m., 3:47,6:47. 8:15, 10:15 p. m. Kldgewood ana Suffern, week days. 4:15, 5DO, 806, 9:45, 10:13 p. m.. 1:12 2KB, 321. 4:12. 5:12. 5*2. 620, 6:42, 7:15, 850,10:42 p. m.. 12:13 midnight. Sunuays, 5.00, 8sH 10:43 a. m., 2:00, iûli and 6:45 p. m., 12:13 midnight» Also to Ridgewood, week days. 8:45 a. m., 4:45, 5:3ά* 6:12,850 p. m.; Suffern. 8:45 p. in. New burg ana Cornwall, week days, 8.-05. 920 a. m» E:47, 4:14, 5:42 p. m. Sundays, 920 a. m., 2 p. m. (Joshen, week days, 500, 805, 920, 10:43 a. m., 1:12, 3:45, 4:45, 5:42. 7:15, 8:50 p. m. Sundays. 5.00, 820, 92Ût =i-nn q-otl kms λ m . 1:12, 8:18, 8:45, 6:18, 6:45, 8:50 p.m. Sundays, *$0. 9Ά) a. m., 3:18, 6:18, 6:45, SâO p. m, Pt. Jervis, week days, 5:00, 8:05, 9:20,10:13 a. m., 1:13, 8:18, 8:45, 4:45, 6:18, 7:15, 8:50 p. m. Sundays, 5U0, 8:801 9:20 a. m., 3:18, 6:18. 6:45. 850 p. m. Warwick, week day», ô.-oo, 9:20 a. m., 1:12, 4:45, p. n. Sundays, 8:39 a. m. Montgomery, week days, 9:20 a. m„ 8:45, 4.-45 p. m. Sundays, 9:2ϋ a. m. Express traîna arrive at Jersey City from tΛα West» 650, 7:40 a. m., 455, 955 p. m. VTORTHERN RAILROAD OF NEW JER8EY XI Trains leave Jersey City station, Erie Railway 1:45. 3:12, 4:14. 5:05, 5:44, 6Hi. *657, 8:15, 10:44 p. m., 12.1S midnight. Sundays, 8:88, *9.4? a. m., 1:45 4:14, "t-A'i *8.27 p. m. Additional trains to Creskill and way, 6:17. 7:46, 657. 957 a. m., and I2:i«. 123. 8:12, 5:14, 5:59 D. m. 'For Nanuet, Spring Valley, Monsey and Tallman·. Nyack Express, *4:47. "VfEW YORK AND GREENWOOD LAKE RAIL· i.N way. Trains leave Jersey City station, Erie Railway, as follows:— For Arlington, 6:15, 8:87, 9:30. 11:23 a. m., 12:16. 125% 2«. 327, 35Î 459, «3? 5:57, 6:25, 7:12, 827, 10:12, 11:« 12:16 p. m. Sundays, 9:12, a. m., 1:42; 4:17, H:i7, 8:17, 8:40. 10:12 p. ra. Bloomflelrt anil Montelalr, week day», 6:15, 3ϊΠ, 9:30, c. m., 12:16, 2301, 8^2. 4:42, 459, 527. 5 57. 6:35, 7:11 827. 10:12. 12:16 p. m. Sundays, 9:12 a. m., 8:17, ' "Little Falls and Intermediate stations, weak day·, 6:15, 837, 9S10 a. ni., 12:16 noon, 852, 4:42. 459, 5:27, 557, 6S0. 7:12, 827, 12:16 p. m Sundays, 9:12 a. in. S:17, 8:45 p. m. 2:04 p. in.. Saturday» only. pompton, week days, S:S7( 9;80 a. m„ 4:42, ΙΛ9,527, 6®, p. m. Sundays, 9:12,10:15 a. m„ 8;17p. m. Greenwood Lake and intermediate stations, waul days, 6:37. 9:20 a. m., -1:42, il m. Sunday* 9:13, 10:14 °'W.· J. MURPHY, L. P. FARMER, Geu'lSupt Uen'l Pas·. Aft, STEAMBOATS. A LL FARES REDUCED VIA STONING xi- TON LINK-The Inside route; Boston, (8: Prov idence. *2.3; Worcester «Mo. Steamers leav· New Pier 86, Ν. B.. one block above Canal street, at 5 p. in., Sundays excepted. SEE THE ARTISTIC EFFECTS WE PRODUCE WITH OUB LOW PRICED GOODS. H. c.Ifisk. WALL PAPERS, 138 YORK STREET. Daft Electric Light Co., lis BROADWAY. ». 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