JACKSON THEIR CHOICE.
£7IE REFUltLICAN COUNTY CON
VENTION AT NEWARK TODA T.
Tliβ Democrats Held Their Primaries
liant Night—Drowned at Cape May
Kane Nominated by the Republicans
—Other State New».
The Essex County Republicans are
holding their County Convention for
the nomination of a candidate for
Surrogate and for Director at Large,
at Newark, this afternoon, The
friends of Joseph L. Munn and Schuy
ler B. Jackson fought out the battle
for the Republican nomination for
Surrogate at the primaries, Monday
night, and Jackson won the victory.
Delegates were elected everywhere
oxcept in the Fourteenth and Fif
teenth wards. Mr. Munn did not
succeed so well in the townships aiul
Orange as it had been expected that he
would. His lines were badly broken
there. Anyhow, Orange with its six
teen votes is almost solid for Jackson.
In the Fourth ward Jackson's ticket
■won by a majority of nineteen votes
after a hard light. County Clerk
Samuel Λ. Smith, took off his coat
for Munn in the Sixth, and the result
is that in that ward most of the dele
gates are for the East Orange can
didate. Mr. Munn has his own town
ehip solid and a good sprinkling of
votes in the Thirteenth ward districts,
but in most of the other wards of the
city he was beaten. Both the Four
teenth and Fifteenth wards last night
i'leeted solid Jackson delegations.
In the convention this afternoon
Jackson will have 170 out of the 2(30
votes. He is a brother of Superin
tendent F. Wolcott Jackson of the
Pennsylvania Railroad, and was one
Speaker of the House of Assembly.
The only known candidate for the
nomination of Freeholder-at-Large is
.Wesley Van Gieson, of Montciair.
e Democrats held their county
ries last night. The indications
at Warren N. Trusdell will be
ominee for Surrogate.
Uroivned at Capo May.
ries M. Reeves, aged twenty-one J
rs, son of John N. Reeves, post. |
ter of Cape May Point and Win.
rorson also ot Cape May Point, were
out in a boat endeavoring to set their
net yesterday morning, when the boat
drifted into the "rips." They endeav
ored to turn the boat around, wlieu a
large wave rolled over and filled it,
causing it to sink. Corson got on the
bottom of the boat, but Reeves at- j
tempted to reach shore by swimming,
and being weighted with heavy boots
and coat sank and was drowned.
He "Coiiieitlee*' With Crowned Heart».
The Cauiden County Court of Com
mon pleas yesterday granted seven
teen liquor licenses for the county.
Among those granted was one to J.
Snyder at the Merchantville Driving |
Park. A remonstrance signed by 278
persons was presented against Mr.
Snyder's petition. Judge traunt said
lie coincided with the views of jurists
and crowned heads of Europe that the
indiscriminate sale of liquor is the best
preventive of intemperance. He (lid
not look on the saloon as a menace to I
good government. The Judge lives j
Mr. Kane» of Ballot Reform Fame.
D. M. Kane, author of the Kane
Ballot» Reform bill, which was de
feated last winter in the Legislature,
and who was nominated last week as j
»n Independent candidate for Assern
uiy in «ιθ xnira district 01 Middlesex,
■was nominated yesterday by the Re
publicans. Mr. Kane was defeated in
the Democratic Convention.
The Annie Oreen Caie.
The Annie Green mystery at Kear
ney is now a thing of the past. De
• tective Ward has recovered the watch
and chain, which were turned over to
him on Monday night by a young man
•who found them in the bushes in the
rear of Mr. Green's house. The de
tective lias thus far recovered $34.50
of the $00 -which Annio started out
with. The detective will claim the
reward of $250 offered by Mr. Green.
Λ Falal Fall.
Jeremiah Gree, a mason, while at
work on a three-story building which
is in course of erection on Boyden
street, near Orange, in Newark, fell
from the roof yesterday afternoon and
receivad severe cuts about the head.
Hia left leg was broken and he re
ceived internal injuries. He was
taken to St. Michael's Hospital. No
hopes are entertained for his recovery.
It is promised that by the first <lay of
next mouth a train will be run through
from Philadelphia via Bethlehem, Pa., to
Huston over the I'oughkeepsie bridge
ami the new bridae just completed across
the Delaware at Portland.
The biggest locomotive in the country
is on the Erie road. It· has six drivers,
five feet eight inches in diameter, weighs
130,400 pounds and measures fifty-two
feet four iuches on the track, tender ex
The Central Railroad employes will
hold their annual ball in the Academy of
Music, Newark, on November 37.
Conductor Philip Van Arsdale, of the
îïewark and New York road, is credited
with forty-three years of service.
Hi θ υ., 1j. & νν. uauroau nremen will
hold their annual ball this year on De
cember 17 at Odd Fellows' Hall, Hobo
Conductor Martin Kase has taken per
manent charge of passenger trains 171
and 172 between Hoboken and Washing
ton, N. J.
Conductor Howard J. Stanley, of South
Orange, has obtained a three-months'
leave of absence from the Delaware, Lack
awanna and Western Railroad, and will
go at once to Denver, Col. Mr. Stanley's
health has not been of the best of late,
and his trip West will be made in the
hope of Improving it.
Mike Doyle (M. and E.) is keeping up
his record as the boas ticket seller. Thus
far he has disposed of about 250 tickets
for the brakemen's ball, which taices
place in the Roseville Rink on Novem
The Erie'e new drawbridge over the
HackensacK is under way. ft will be 142
The conductors' room at the Erie R. R.
depot, is an interesting place to visit dur
ing the day time. Here the conductors
awaiting their trains, while away the
time with jokes, recitals of railway ex
periences. and domino playing. I dropped
into the room this morning und founif an
Interesting quartette engaged in deftly
manipulating the dominoes, and cracking
iokes at each other's expense. They were
35. O. Harding, a veteran who runs the
Ulster Co. Express; Ixm. Bradley, of the
Bergen Co. Express; Bill Davenport,
another vet, who has charge of the
Orange Co. Express, and Oscar Slade. of
the fast St. Louis Express. They played
ii game at express rate for the edification
of Detective Jack Brown, who ie learning
The Erie R. R. Co. has arranged for a
pleasant excursion to and from Rochester
and Niagara Kalis, at greatly reduced
rates. A special train will leave Jersey
' lay, Nov. 8, at 6:18 p. m. This
Look & Livepl Clttii Co.,
FOR 4: IÎOXJRS
Tonight, From 6 to ΙΟ Ρ; M.
NOTiCE-ln order to Keep our
store crowded in the evenings
during our great Special Sale of
Men's and Boys' Overcoats, Suits
and Pants, we will offer 5 Great
Bargains, from G to 10 P. M., only.
Bargain ITo- 1
2,ο©ο noiw Mi>virr
WIA'TJEMC SUITS, 4 to 13
y car η, uieU made and sold
at $4.00 a Suit. Our price
this ercningr trill he
$1.00 Per Suit.
a r„ m f» .H AM/,,
i \ > _
Sa.rgra.in ISTo. 2
TJfcree Thousand BOY'S' OVERCOATS, worth
four and five dollars each, «cifl go tonight for
From, β ίο ΙΟ I*. <tf., only.
Bargain ΓΤο. 3
ΤΜ,·β Thousand ISOl'S* WJÇ.U'V SCHOOL·
I*»WTS, usually sold at one dollar per poir, idii
he sold at
15c. Per Pair.
from G ίο ΙΟ J*, .ff.
JBarg-ain No. 4„
S.OOO »?/A.rS 1ί/;.Ι»·1· OVERCOATS for
From 6 to 10 J*. ·ΉΓ.
Bargain JNFo- S.
2,000 JtTEJV'S „f IjIj WOOL CJiL\~CitILL*i
OJTLRCOJiTS, lined with Heavy Cloth, T'elvet Col
lars, sold at #12.00. Tonight thetj go at
From β to 10 J*. Jfl. -
3vr^\.is:33 sro mistake.
London & Liverpool Clothing Co.,
86 & 88 BOWERY, COR. HESTER STREET, NEW YORK.
will give the excursionists ail opportun
ity of visiting the Falls, or Rochester,
without encroaching; upon their business
time. Return tickets will be good on any
regular train up to and including Thurs
day, Nov. 5. The fair to and from Niagara
Falls is fixed at -Î8.50, and to and from
Rochester at #7.
BUILDING TRADES' C0DSC1L
Little of Interest l>une at tbeir Regular
Meeting? Last Night.
Last night's meeting of the Building
Trades' Council was poorly attended and
little business was done. In the absence
of the president, Frank R. Vreeland, of
Camenters' Union No. 48t> (Bayonne)
took the chair.
Encouraging reports as to the state of
trade among carpenters, painters and
tinsmiths were received. Just at present
the tinsmiths cannot find men enough
for the rush of work, and advertisements
in the daily papers have appeared offer
ing $4 a day for competent workmen at
this branch of the trade. Secretary
James F. Moran stated that as this pros
perous state, of things would only prevail
a comparatively short time, tinsmiths in
the country towns did not consider It
worth their while to come on here.
In his report from the Central Trades'
Assembly a delegate said that he had
made inquiries but could not discover a
housesmiths' uniou in the county.
Some discussion followed upon the ad
visability of the bricklayers' and plas
terers' unions being represented in the
Council. Quite recently in New York the
bricklayers had been beaten in a strike,
and in the eventof any trouble in Hudson
county the bricklayers' unions would find
it to their advantacre to be in the Council
with the other trades.
The secretary was instructed to com·
muuicate with the bricklayers' and plas
terers' unions, advising them to scud dele
gates to the Council.
Caught ail XMght Pound Bass.
Bass lishing in the Bayou no section has
never been better, and the anglers who
daily frequent Newark Bay and the Kills
are rewarded with big catches. The
catch of the season was, however, made
on Monday by Captain Ivuntz, keeper of
the Newark Bay light-house. That
Island, and saying to his wife, "I am
going to catch a few fish for supper," cast
his hook overboard, having on it bat an
ordinary angle worm. In a few minutes
he felt ft "bite,'' and pulling in his line
saw dangling therefrom a larger bass
than had been seen in that neighborhood
for some time. Mr. Kuntu jumped into a
boat and rowed over to the Shore House,
where he excitedly demanded a scale.
When the bass was placed thereon it was
found to weigh eight pounds and aine
ounces. The "beauty" was allowed to
remain at the Shore House for some time,
where it was the admiration of the many
patrous. Mine host Munn secured the
head, which he is now exhibiting. 1c
weighs exactly two pounds.
George Stewart, aged sis years, living
at No. 6 Reservoir place, Newark, and
John Quinan, aged thirteen years, were
playing with a revolver last night which
went off and the bullet struck young
Stewart on the left side of the head, in
flicting a severe scalp wound. He was at
tended by a physician, who sewed up the
wound, after which the lad was quite
comfortable. Quinan was arrested and
locked up at the Secoud precinct, but
Mrs. Stewart was not disposed to make a
charge against him, and Justice Van
Ness discharged him.
The Sllnhakua Kuchre Club.
The Minkafeua Euchre Club met last
night at the residence of Mrs. Reid, No.
41 Columbia place. Kuchre, music and
dancing made the evening a uleasant
oue. Pretty prizes were given those for
tunate enough to win them. Supper was
served at eleven o'clock. Among those
present were Mr. and Mrs. Ci. F. Mc
Aueny, Mr. aud Mrs. Morse, Mr. and Mrs.
Hay, Mr. and Mrs. Outwater, Mr. and
Mrs. John Williams, Mr. and Mrs. James
Williams, Mr. aiid Mrs. Mitchell, Mr.
and Mrs. Detwiller, Mr. and Mrs, Mor
ton, Mr. and Mrs. Saybolt, Mrs. Carey,
and Mr. Jardine.
New Âcaâemy of iustc.
WM. HENDERSON Proprietor.
TONIGHT, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THUliS
DAY EVENINGS, MATINEE WEDNESDAY,
In α New and Original Comedy, in Three Acts,
bv George H. Jessop. Esq., entitled
22 SECOND FLOOR.
A MODERN COMEDY OF ERRORS. Presented
with the full personnel of Miss Pixley'sCompany.
The Music is new, popular and catchy, by Harry
Braham, and the songs are all new and written
especially for Mi as i'ixley iu this production, ami,
whether as the dashing society laily or as the bur
i lesque actress in her dual role, she sinus and
! dances and pleases alike in music and comedy.
I FRIDAY and SATURDAY EVENINGS and SATUR
DAY MATINEE, Last Performances,
The JDeacou's MPmugliter.
R. JACOBS' HOBOKEN THEATRE.
Extra Special Attraction, commencing Sunday
October 27. 1889. with matinee. Grand limite·! en
sagement the Incomparable Opera Boulie Prima
Brighter in gems of melody and grander in scenic
effects than ever before presented.
Seats now on sale. Regular prices.
NIBLO'S. BROADWAY. Ν. Y
Mr. E. Gllmore Lessee and Manager
THE EMINENT ENGLISH ARTISTS,
WILLIAM TERRISS, MISS NilLLWAR
liOGEll LA HONTE.
or A MAN'S SHADOW.
Adapted by Augustin Daly and Robert Buchanan
Wednesday and Saturday.
pALMEIVS THEATRE. B'way and Thirtieth St
Farewell Tour of the World's Greatest Traged Ian
under the direction of Mr. A. M. Palmer.
Monday Niglit, Oct. 21. first time GLADÏATOR
Wednesday Night, Oct. 23 OTHELLO
Friday Night, Oct. 25 GLADL\TOR
Saturday Matinee. Oct. 2tf SAMSON
Mouday Night, Oct. 2S OTHELLO
Wednesday Night, Oct. 30, last time GLADIATOR
Thursday night, Oct. 31, last time SAMSON
Saturday Matiuee, Nov. 2, Msftime OTHELLO
V Theatre closed except on above dates.
Box office open daily 9 a. m. to 9 p. in.
JpIlOCTOR'S 23d STREET Τ Η ΕATRET
ANOTHER ENOllMOUS OVATION.
Bronson Howard's Great Success.
"Better than the Henrietta."—Herald.
MATINEES WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS.
SKATS ShliMHU 4 IJS AliVAritfi.
5TH AYENÛÏTf ÏÏEATÏÏK, Ilrnn.lway aniTfy/'euty
eighLh street, S. Y,
EUGENE TOMPKINS Leueee and Manager.
ME. AND MRS. KENDAL.
"THE IRON MASTER."
Regular prices—&L50, $1. 50c.. 85c. Seats ready.
OADEMY. 1-liU St. and Irving Place, N. Î
SECOND YEAR OF
THE OLD HOMESTEAD
Evenings at8. Saturday Matinee at 2,
HC. MINER'S PEOPLE'S THEATRE. Χ. Y.
. WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY MATINEE.
TÏASINO. Broadway and Thirty-ninth at.. Ν. Y
Saturday ot 2. Evening performance at 8.15»
THE DRUM MAJOR.
Continuous Roof Gardon Coucert, 7;30 to 12.
Admission. SOcents, including both entertainments.
«ROADWAY THEATRE. Corner Forty flrnt St
Jt> Evenings at 8. Saturday Matinee at 2.
Manager Mr. FRANK W. SANGER·
Mr. EDWIN BOOTH, Mme. MODJESKA,
In BMwer's Masterpiece,
E1JÔU THEATRE. Broadway, near Tftlrcijcn st
J. W. ROSENOUEST Sole Manager
Matinees Wednesday and Saturdav.
STAR SPECIALTY CO.
Gallery, 2.x; Reserved, ΓΛ, 75., $1, Shift,
GENERAL ADMISSION 50 CENTS.
OTANDARD THEATRE, B'way and 6th *ve.
Ο BURLESQUE! POPULaFTsUCCBSSI
MB. HENRY E. BilKY.
Supported by Mr. Ε. E. Rice'· C»*pany la THE
SEVEN AGES, by Meters. Qlil and W*«y·
When you appear on the street with an elegant Overcoat
bought so cheaply of
MARSHALL & BALL ">.
Where everyone should go, you will create a startling effect
upon the "Chappies," who are almost dying with envy because
they did not buy of us. We can show you a line of OVERCOATS
that will surprise you.
OVERCOATS AT «8.
In Oxford Mixed, Diagonals and Fur Beavers.
OVERCOATS AT $IO.
In Oxford Mixed and Blue Kerseys and Chinchillas.
OVERCOATS AT $12.
We show an elegant line of Blue, Black and Brown Kerseys(
Worsteds and Fur Beavers.
OVERCOATS AT ©15.
Here we show the most elegant coats in the City, and give
you many varieties to select from.
OVERCOATS AT S!8.
At this price we show you overcoats in Fancy Worsteds, Fur
Beavers and Kerseys, pll colors.
OVERCOATS AT $1.50 TO $10.
For Children Boys and Youths, in all the new goods and
Our Styles are the Latest, and our Goods are made and
trimmed in a style known only to ourselves. Remember»
OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST to be found, and we have
the Finest Fitting Garments In the City.
WAftSïïAT.T. & BALL
58 and 60 Newark Aire.
♦ FOR ♦
109 Ν ewark Ave..
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Full Quarts, One Dollar per Bottle.
'Furniture & Carpet'
L 71 Newnrk Ave., Jersey City, ^
J 67 Washington Street,
M»t. D. Λ 2Sth St.»
^ 8 ATOM.NE.
100 Baby Carriages
SHERIFF'S SALE—IN CHANCERY OF NEW JER
Between the Provident Institution for Savings In
Jersey City, complainant, and Charles L. Smith et
I a*., defendants.
; Fi. fa., for mortgaged premises.
Returnable October Term. 1339.
Earle Insley. Solicitor.
By virtue of the above stated writ to me directed
and delivered I shall sell bv public vendue at F. G.
Woloert's Real Estate and Auction Rooms. No. 47
Montgomery street, Jersey City, on
THURSDAY, the Fourteenth day of November, A.
at two o'clock in the afternoon, all the following
described land ana premises, with the appurten
ances. being the same described in said writ, that Is
Firet--Ail that certain plot of land and premises
situate, lying and being in t he City of Bergen afore
said (now Jersey City). Hud ton county, New Jersey,
and on the soutnerly side of Briukerhoff street, und
on a certain map of property at Wontlcello and
Colden, town of Bergen, Hudson county, New Jer
sey, dated March 3, 1859, and duly tiled lu the Hud
son County Clerk's (now Register's) ofWce, Is known
and distinguished as lot numbered forty-two (42)
and the westerly half part of lot numbered forty
four (44) in BlocKleitered "A" and described as fol
' Iowh, vix.:—Beginning at a point on the south
erly side of Brinkerhoff street, distant two hundred
and twenty-nine feet and four tenths ('229 4-10) from
the westerly Hue of Moutloello avenue, and run
ning from thence southerly and at right angles to
Briukerhoff street one hundied (100) feet; thence
westerly and parallel with Briukerhoff street thir
ty-seven feet, six iuche* (H? ft. Gin,); thencu north
erly and at right angles to Brinkerhoff street one
hundred (10)) feet to theaoutherly Hide of the same;
thence easterly and along the southerly side there
of thirty-seven feet, six Inches (ST ft. 6 in.) to the
place of beginning. Being the same premises which
were convèyed to George W. Gardner by George
Hastings and wife by deed dated April 29, 1867,
and recorded in the Hudson County Clerk's (now
Register's) office, in Liber 149 of deeds on pages 172,
Λ 111 th.» nlAf Af lnnrl nmrl rauni
i»e» situated in Jersey City. Hudson County. New
jersey, commencing at a point in the northeast
erly lino of Harrison avenue (formerly lianKlin
street) where the northwesterly Une of lot number
fifty-nine (59) in Block A, us shown on a map enti
tled "Mapof Property at Moncicello and ('olden,
Town or Bergen, Hudson County, New Jersey,
March l, 1859," intersects the northeasterly line of
said Harrison avenue; thence running northeast
erly along the northwesterly Hue of laid lot num
ber fifty-nine <5U) one hundred and nine (109) feet
more or less to tho northeasterly line of said lot;
thence southeasterly along the northeasterly
Hue of lots number fifty-nine (59) and fifty-eight
(58) as shown on said map fifty (50) teet to the south
easterly line of lot number fifty-eight (58); thence
southwesterly along the southeasterly line of said
lot number fifty-eight (58) to a point distant along
the line of said lot eighty-two feet five inches (34 ft
5 in) from the northeasterly line of Harri.on ave ι
nue; thence northwesterly parallel with the north- '
easterly line of Harrlsou avenue twenty two (Λί) !
feet; thence southwesterly and parallel with the
southeasterly Hue of said lot number fifty-eight (58) J
eighty-two feet five inches (82 ft. 5 In.) to the north- !
easterly side of said Harrison avenue; thence north
westerly along said Harrison avenue twenty-eight >
(2H) feet to the point of beginning.
Dated October 5, 1889.
ROBERT DAVIS, Sheriff.
T\JOTICR TO PLUMBERS.
Sealed proposals will be received at the oifloe
of the Board of Street and Water Commtsioner on
Monday, October 111, iS8tf. at 10 o'clock h. m., tor the
plumbing work contemplated in new building to be
used by Engine Company No. 1. in nocordsnce with
amended specifications for the same on file in the
office of L. H. Broome, architect. No. 4Î Mougoniery
street·. Jersey City ,
Proposals must be enclosed In sealed euvf,lopes,
endorsed "Proposals for plumbing work for Engine
house No. 1." directed to "E. A. Dugan, Esq.. Chair
mau of Committee on Public Buildings and Docks,"
and handed to the Clerk of the Board in open meet
ing, when called tor in the order of business relat
ing to sealed proposa's.
No city official will be accepted as surety.
This Board reserves the right to reject any or
all bids if deemed for tho best interest of the city so ;
By order of the Board of Street and Water Com· |
GEORGE T. BOUTON. Clerk. I
Dated Jersey City, October Η, ίβΓ
HIGHEST PRICE PAIDI
OLD BOOKS MAGAZINES AND LIBRARIES
94 Montgomery St., J. C.
Hew book· supplied at a liberal dleooont trompai
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S UltROGA TE'S NOTICES.
Notice· to Creditor·»
Notice to creditors-estate of arthur I
S. Athow, deceit *cd—Char lotto E. Athow,
Executrix of Arthur S. Athow, deceased,
by order of the Deputy Surrogate of Hud
eon County, dated August jj, 1 «89 hereby
give8 notice to the creditors of said decedent to
Bring in their debts, demands aud claims against
the estate of said decedent, under oath or affirma
tion. within nine mouths from the date of said
order, or they will be forever barred of any action
therefor against said executrix.
CHARLOTTE E. ATnOW.
Claims to be presented to the Executrix at her
residence, No. 108 Glen wood avenue. Jersey City,
-\T OTICE TO CREDITORS.—ESTATE OP ADAM R.
Dill, deceased. John F. Joliue, administrator, ι
with will annexed, of Adam It. Dili, deceased, by
order of the nurro«;atd of Hudson covnty,dated Sep
tember 25. 1889, hereby jfives uotiee to the creditor#
of Haid decodent to brin» lu their debts, de
mands and ciaims against the estate of said de
cedent under oath or affirmation within nine
months from the date of said order, or they will be
forever barred of any action therefor against »aid
administrator. JOHN F. JOLINK
Notice to creditors.-estate of ralph
Elliott Eager, deceased. — Fanny B. Eager, j
David 8. Uncles aud Wiliiain BrlukerhoiT. executors
of Ralph Elliot Eager,deceased, by order of the Surro·
Ε ate or Hudson county, dated September 4. 1889. here
y give notice to the creditors of said decedent to !
briug 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 «gainst said executors.
FANNY Κ EAGER.
DAVID S. UNCLES.
OTICE TO CREDITORS.
^Fstate of August Henry Grunthal, deceased, Anna
Sophia Grunthal, executrix, August Henry
Grunthal deceased, by order of the Deputy Surro
gate of Hudsoa county, dated October 11, lift», here
by gives notice to the creditors of said decedent to
bring In their debts, demands and claims against
the estate of said decedent, under oatth or affir
mation within nine mouths from the date of said
order, or they will be for ever birred of any action
therefor against said executrir.
ANNA SOPHIA GRUNTHAL.
-]V OTICE TO CREDITORS. — ESTATE OF MARY
xS A. Rouey,deceased.— Nancy A. Ronfcy, executrix
of Mary A. Roney. deceased, by order of the Sur
rogate of Hudsoa county, dated July 18, 188».
herebv gives 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 uine months from the date of said order,
or they will be forever barred of any action therefor
against said executrix.
NANCY A WONF.v
NOrCCET Ο C RED1TORS.—ESTATE OF CHARLES
F. Clark, deceased—Rosa A. Clark, executrix
of Chartes Γ. ulark, deceased, by order of the
deputy fturrogate σι nuaaon ι-ouniy, oaten August
19, 1889. hereby ci ν ne notice to the creditors of said
decedent to bring in their debts, demande and
claims against the estate of said decedent, under ι
oath or affirmation within nine months from the ;
date of said order, or they will be Iforever barred
of any action therefor against said Executrix.
ROSA A. CLARK.
fcJOTICE TO CREDITORS.-Estate of Philip E. J
L% Schmidt deceased—Magdalena Schmidt, ex ecu
trix of Philip E. J. Schmidt, deceanod, by
order of the Deputy Surrogate of Hudson
county, dated August 21, 1889, hereby gives ]
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'Ion within nine months from the date of
raid order, or they will be forever barred of any ac
tion therefor against said executrix.
Notice to oreditors.-estate of fred
erick William Mail rev, deceased; Charlotte
Maurer, executrix of Frederick William Maurer.
deceased, by order of the Deputy Surrogate or
Hudson County, dated Septeml>er 9, 1889, hereby
give notice to the creditors of said décédant to
bring In their debts, demands and clams 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 ac
tion therefor against said Executrix.
Notices of Settlement.
XTOTICE OF SETTLEMENT.—Notice Is hereby
θΛ given that the final account of the subscribers,
administrators of Abram B. Vreeland, deceased,
will be audited and .stated by the Surrogate of
the county of Hudson, and reported for settle
ment on Saturday, the 2d day or November next.
Dated A ugust 2d, Λ. D. 1889.
GUSSIE FORM AN,
Notice of settlement.-notice is hereby
given that the account ot the subscriber, ad
ministrator of Eloise M. Gedney, deceased, will be
audited and stated by the Surrogate of the County
of Hudson, aud reported for settlement on Satur
day. the 16th day or November next.
Dated September 12, A. D. 18891
JOHN W. HECK.
^OTICE OF SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that the account of the
subscriber, guardian of James Anglesey, a minor, ,
will bo audited and stated by the Surrogate of the I
County of Hudson, and reported for settlement on
Saturday, the Htn day of December next.
Dated October 10, A. D., J88Û
TVT Ο TICK TO ABSENT DEFEN DAN T.—IN OH AN
I> eery of New Jersey.
To Belle C. Crowell:—
By virtue of an order of tbe Court of Chancery of !
New Jersey made on the day of the date hereof. In i
a cause where Gustavus Crowell la petitioner, and
you are defendant, you are required to appear and
answer to the petition of said tietltioner on or be
fore the twenty-first day of November uext, nr.* the .
said petition will be taken as confessed aguiuat |
The said petition is filed against you for a divorce
from the bond of matrimony. ^ ^
Solicitor of petitioner.
Address, No. 7Î6 Broad street,
Newark, New Jersey, ι
Dated September 2% 1MB.
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REPORT NO. 43 OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE COM
missioners of Adjustment In and for the city
of Jersey· City, appointed by the Circuit Courtof
Hudson county, under and by viitue of th· provi
sions of Chapter CXII. of the Lu we of 1*86. entitled
"An act concerning the settlement and collection of
arrearages or unpaid taxes, asHossments and water
rates or water rents in cities of this state, and im
posing and levying a tax, assessment and
lien in lieu and Instead of such arrearages,
and to enforce the payment thereof, and to provide
for the sale of lands subjected to future taxation
and assessment," passed March 8)), 1886, have made,
certiiled and nied a report of their proceedings re
lating to and affecting delinquent land situated
within the following described boundaries:—North
WEST SIDE AVENUE,
and west by the
and more particularly described as follows, to
Blocks 108 to 113 and 148 to 199, plot 1.001, West Sid·
Block 187, lot 12, Ο lean avenue
Block 187, lots Hi, 88 ana 39. Belvedere avenue
Block» 136 10.1(37, plot l.DUJ, Hackensuek River
Blocks 172 to 181, plot 1,W3 A, Hackensack River
Blocks 9»» u> lu» and 156 to 167, plot 1,002. Hacaea
Blocks 165 to 1?2, plot 1,004, Haokensack River
Blocks lti-t to 1?2, plot 1,U05, Duncan avenue
Blocks 169 to 172, plot 1,007, Duncan avenue
Blocks 169 to 172, plot 1,UX>, Hackensack River
Blocks i ,ϋ to 175, plot 1,008. Duncan avenue
Blocks 175, 176. 177, plot 1,009» Duncan avenue
Blocks 175, 176, 1Î7, plot 1,011, Duncan avenue
Blooks 175, 176, 17Γ, plot 1,012 Duncan avenue
Blocks 173 to 178, plot 1,018, west of West Side at··
Block 178, plot 1,014, Stockton and Butler avenue
Block 179, plot 1,015, Harvey and Stockton avenu·
Block ISO, lots 1 to 4. 45 to 48. 5 to 10, 39 to 44 Harvey
a venue, Marcy avenue and Duncan avenue
Block 181, lots 1 to 4, 45 to 48, 5 to 10, 89 to 44, Dua
can avenue, Wlimont avenue and Marcy avenu·
Block 188, plot !*98. Duuoaa avenue
Block 18.S, plot W>, Duncan avenue
Rlnclr 1H:< !» <1 hnnomiuvoniiA
Bloc κ 18S, lots 15, 46, 47, Duncan avenue
Block 183, lots 29 to 44, Freeman avenue
Block 183, lofs 5 to 3U, Pluinfield avenu»
Block 183, lots 26, 27, 38, Freeman avenue
Block 185, lots 21, 22, 23. Plain tie 1(1 avenue
Block lt>6, lota 21 to 24, Bel vider» avenue
Block 187, lots 10,11, Clean avenue
Block 187, lot 17, Oleau avenue
Block 188, lota 21 to 28. Oican avenno
Blocks r ;5 to 387, and 889 to 396, plot 1018, west Of
Weat. side avenue
Blocks 258 to 262. and 877 to SSI, plotjlOt», west of
West Side avenue
Blocks 8Wo and 397. plot 1019A, west of West Side
Blocks 397 to 406, plot 1020, west of WestlSlde ave
Blocks 388 to 898, plot 1031, Communipaw ave
Block 388, lota ▲ 5 and Β 6, west of West Side ave
Block 389, lote A 4 and Β 6, weat of Weat aide ave
Blocks 391, S93, 893, lota A 2. A S, Β 3 and Β 4, west of
West Side avenue
Blucks 894. 893, lots Β 1 and Β 2, west of W eat Side
Block 8S8, lot C 5, west of West Side avenue
Block S-W. lot C 4, west of West Side aveu.u*
Block, 890 lot C 8, west of West Side avenue
Block 899, lot C 2, west of West Side avenue
Block 893, lot C 1, west of Weat Side avenue
Blocks 803, 894, 395, plot 1023, west of West Side
Blocks 242 toJftO, plot 1024, west of Weat Side ave
Blocks 254 to 265» plot 1025, west of Weat Side ave
Blocks 254 to 2G5, plot 1026, west of West Side ave
Blocks 242 to 253, plot 1026A, west of West Side ave
Blocks 387 to 393, plot 996, west of West Side ave
Blocks 391; ο S83, plot 993. west of West Side ave
Block *87, lota 18 and 19, Olean avenue
Bioctta 893, 694. plot 998, west of Weat Side av#
Blocks 883 to 398, plot 991, west of West Side ave
Blocks 365, 866, 867. plot 1016A. west of Weat Side
Blocks 367 to 373. and 397 to 406, plot 1016, undi
vided & Weat Side avenue
Blocks 367 to 378, anil 397 to 406, plot 1016. undi
vided West Side avenue
Blocks 367 to 373, and 397 to 406, plot 1016, undivided
V. West Side avenue
Blocks 375 and 396, plot 1,017 A, undivided ^i, weal
of West Side avenue
Blocks 878 to 375 and 396 to 898, plot 1,017, undivided
U, weat of Weat Side avenue
Blocks 873 to 875 and 3d6 to 398, plot 1,017, undivided
V, west of West aide avenue
Blocks 875 and 8^6, plot 1,017 A, undivided hi*west of
West Bide avenue
Blocks 878 to 875 and 896 to 89β, plot 1.017, undivided
WL west of West Side avenue
Blocks 373 to 3b5, plot 1,080, undivided Jtf, weat of
West Side avenae
Block* 8Î3 to 885, plot 1,030, uudlvlded f4, weat of
West Side avenue
Block 179, lot 1,015 A, Harvey and Stockton ave
And the said Court bas fixed Saturday, the aecond
day of November, lt>&', at the Court House, in the
city of Jersey City, at ten o'clock in the forenoon,
OA the tune and place for hearing any objections
that may be made to the assessments, charges and
liens fixed and certified by the Commissioners of
Adjustment in Raid report, when and .where all
parties interested therein may be heard.
dknnh Mc laughlin,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the County of Hudson.
Dated Jur »ay City, N. J., October 5. 1839.
LADIES OF JERSEY CITY.
Now la the time to have your Seal Sacquea and
Garments Repaired and Altered to the Latest
Fashions. Best Workmanshln Guaranteed. I also
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etc., In the I.atfst Styles. It will pay you to call on
me and see my prides.
F. G. rfoPPMAXN, Furrier.
Ko. MM Montgomery 8tr.it, Urmj (My.
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