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IT WILL BE COMPROMISED.
ΤΠΕ CROSSING WAR BETWEEN Till.
"JPENX8T" AND CENTRAL.
Ami Now Patoreon Han a Peeping Tom
Kxcltement—l>oubts Still About liard'
ner—The Rest of the State 'i News.
Mr. Β. M. Shanley, senior partner of the
firm who are constructing the Waverly
and New York Bay Railroad across the
Newark salt meadows, was seen by a re
porter yesterday and asked if any settle
ment had been arrived at in regard tc
carrying the tracks of the new road over
those of the Central at. Emmett street and
Avenue M, and he replied that there was
nothing to settle, and that it was not in
tended to carry the new road across the
Central track, without ilrst having an
understanding with the authorities of
that road about the matter, and securing
their consent to the same, and Cnief 10»
gilieer Brown had so emphatically ussured
the officers of the Central. Indeed, it
would not be necessary to make the cross
ing yet, as work had been com
menced on the bay front, where
twenty-flve horses and carts and
over fifty men are engaged, and
It would not be necessary to con
nect the tracks at the crossing at Emmett
street and Avenue M until tho tracks
from the bay to the east side of the Cen
tral's tracks are completed. Ho was of
the opinion that before this two miles of
track are completed the executive officers
oi the two roads would have a conference
and that the consent of the Central would
no doubt be obtained. One thing he
could say, and that was that there was no
disposition on the part of the officers of
the new road, and never had been, to un
dertake carrying the tracks over the Cen
tral Without the unqualified consent of
the officers of the latter road. There was
no antagonism whatever on the part of
the new company, and the only evidence
he had that there was any on the part of
the Central was their course in anchoring
two locomotives at the point where the
new company will, in time, ask permis
sion to cross.
Paterson'e Peeping Toms.
The good people residing od that por
tion of Sandy Hill west of Market street,
Paterson, have become alarmed at the
visitations of a number of midnight
prowlers of the "Peeping Tom" extrac
tion. The pranks are not confined to one
particular person, but it is believed that
the neighborhood is terrified by several.
The ongoings of these individuals are
euch as to carry dread to the stoutest
female heart. Their work is done be
tween midnight and two a. m., and con
sists in going from house to house peep
ing in at the blinds wherever the first
story can be easily reached. By some it
is believed that the intruders have small
ladders, by means of which they
climb to second story windows and
gaze into the chamber often occu
pied by a female, frequently scar
ing the occupaut out of her
wits before they leave. In one or two
instances the people In this vicinity re
port that these "Peeping Toms" have
gained access to their apartments in the
dead of night, as they have been frieht
ened from their sleep to behold the form
of a medium sized mau half masked at
their bedside. In every case he has de
camped without leaving any clue what
ever as to his individuality. Nothing has
as yet been missed by the neighbors so
that the conclusion reached at is that he
does not make his visits for the purpose
of stealing. A man named Hardsley,
living on Vroom street, describes one of
the intruders ae being a man of medium
Size, thick set and wearing α heavy blonde
mustache. The description is also verified
by his wife, who claims to have seen him
twice glancing in at the first story win
A Brldgetoii Girl's Suicide.
Liasie Seibert, a wayward Bridgeton
girl οί fifteen, took part of a box ol
"Hough on Rats" about five o'clock
Wednesday afternoon and in tlie eveu
ing went to the Opera House in order tt
meet a young man. The overdose saved
her life, b-ut she was taken violently ill
while in the Opera House and a physician
worked with her all night before pro
nouncing her out of danger.
Lizzie, who has left her home, claims
that she took the poison because of trou
ble with her father. She says that s hi
took so large a quantity because eht
wanted to make a sure thing of it, anr
Intimate· that she may try it again witi
a smaller quantity if she "gets to worry
ing."
Mixing Since Moaday.
Charles Schrencfc, a prosperous Ger
man baker, of Woodbury, has been miss
ing since Monday night, and it is fearec
that he has committed suicide. His wii<
did not let the fact of his disappearanc<
be known until last Wednesday night
when she notified Sheriff Kidgway. I!
was thought that he had drowned him
self, and today the creek has beei
dragged without success. Sheriff Kidg
way also went to Ardmore, Pa., where ι
man answering his description has beer
killed on the Pennsylvania Kailroad.
For Infirm Methodist·.
A meeting of persons Interested in or
ganizing a home for Infirm Methodists ol
Camden county, organized in the Thirc
Street Methopist Episcopal Church yes
terday afternoon and elected the follow
Ing officers:—President, Mrs. Davie
Baird: vice presidents, Mrs. David Erd
man and John Gourley; correspond! nji
secretary, Mrs. Dr. J. S. Haer; reeordiujj
secretary, Miss L. Mayhen; treasurer,
Miss Harriet King.
Still Huntiujf Gardner.
Up to noon today telegrams were re
ceived Indicating that the Democrats
State Committee claim the election ol
John T. French as senator, although Mr
Gardner's plurality is over two huudred
Rnidine Camden Policy Men.
The police of Cnmden yesterday madt
a raid on a policy den at Tenth am
Federal streets, and arrested Harriet
Smith and James Brown, who were founc
in the net of preparing slips for distrl
bntion. The accused furnished 1500 bai
each for trial.
AMUSEMENTS.
New Academy of Musie
FRANK E. HENDERSON Manager.
TONIGHT AND SATURDAY NIGHT.
only performant*»
ERMINIE.
GRAND MATINEE TOMORROW,
. NADJY.
MONDAY. NOV. 11. ONE WEEK, WEDNESDA'
AND SATURDAY MATINEE,
CORA. TANNER
IN
FASCINATION
TRIBUTS. BROADWAY, Ν. 1
JJi Mr. E. GJlmore Lessee and Manage*
THE EMINENT ENGLISH ARTISTS,
WILLIAM TERRISS, MISS WIIILWAP
PRESENTING
ROGER LA HONTE,
or A MAN'S SHADOW.
Adapted toy AugtistLu Daly and Robert Bucbanac
TWO MATINEES,
Wednesday and Saturday.
f" 1AS1NO, BroaUvviiv auiJ 'fhtrty nintij st.. Ν. \
j MATINEE
Saturday at 2. Evening performance at A.UL
THE DRUM MAJOR.
Continuous Roof Garden Concert, 7-30 to 12.
Admission, ft cents, including bottt tnuirtainjiwiuu
ι 11 u W JL-i A*»-' ·"-*
Mullins & Co.
121,133 & 125 MEWAKK AVENUE,
JERSEY CITY.
THE LARGEST AND MOST RELIABLE
CASH OR CREDIT
HOUSE IN THE CITY
CALL AND SEE OUR m j
GREAT BARGAINS
! at, prices which cannot fail to attract the attention of every Housekeeper, or j
j those intending to Keep House.
We have everything necessary for Household Use, and are offering special !
j inducements in
FURNITURE,
CARPETS,
OIL CLOTHS,
BEDDING,
STOVES,
RANGES,
CROCKERY,
GLASSWARE,
LAMPS,
CLOCKS,
WINDOW SHADES·
CORNICES,
BABY CARRIAGES, BAR GOODS, &e.
We have placed these goods at the very lowest price to make room for a
large and elegant assortment of Holiday Goods, which we shall offer next
month.
CARPETS.
Our Carpet Department contains an elegant assortment of «
INGHAIN8, VELVETS,
! TAPESTRIES AXMIN8TERS,
BODY BRUSSELS, KIDDERJONSTEBS,
MOQUETTES, WILTONS &c.
all of the Latest Styles and Choicest Patterns. We have also a full line of
Rugs, Mats, Stair Cloths, &e,
which are offered far below former prices.
CREDIT.
To those desiring Credit we make the best terms at the lowest cash
prices, and from the long established reputation of the firm, purchasers are
guaranteed that all goods are as represented.
MULLINS & CO.
■N.B.—Horse Cars from Hoboken, Erie and Pennsylvania R. R. Depots
pass our Store.
AMUSEMENTS.
^CADEMY. 14th St. and Irving Place, Ν. ï
SECOND YEAR OF
DENMAN THOMPSON.
THE OLD HOMESTEAD
Evenings at 8. Saturday Matinee at 2.
piJLJLEIl'S THEATRE. B'way and Thirtieth SC
CHARLES WYNDHAM,
MISS MARY MOORE
AND THE LONDON
Criterion Theatre Company
DAVID GARRICK.
BIJOU THEATRE. Broadway near Thirtieth St
J. W. Κ OS EX OU EST Solo Manager.
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
HALLEN & HART,
LATER ON.
Gallery, 23.; Reserved, 30., 75., $1, ftl.50.
GENERAL ADMISSION 50 CENTS.
J>RO"CTOR,S 23d STREET THEATRE.
ANOTHER KNORMOU8 OVATION.
Brousou Howard's Great Success.
SHENANDOAH.
"Better thau the Henrietta.**—Herald.
MATINEES WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS.
SEATS SELLING 4 WEEKS IN ADVANCE.
HC. MINER'S PEOPLE'S THEATRE, N.~Y.
. WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY MATINEE.
THE PAYMASTER.
TlfiOADWAY THEATRE. Corner Forty-first St
I) Evening at H. Saturday Matinee at 2.
Manager Mr. FRANK W. SANGER
Mr. EDWIN BOOTH, Mme. MODJESKA,
HAMLET.
5TH AVENUE THEATRE, Broadway and Twenty
eighth street, Ν. Y.
EUGENE TOMPKINS Leasee and Manager.
WILSON BARRETT,
—IN—
Ben-My-Croe.
Regular prices—$1.50, $1, 50c., 25c. Seats ready.
STANDARD THEATRE, ' B*way and Oth a\e.,'$Cf
BURLESQUE! POPULAR SUCCESS!
MR. HKN11Y E. U1XKY.
Supported by Mr. Ε. E. Rice's Company in THE !
SEVEN aGE& by Messrs. Giil and Dlxey.
I
N EW JERSEY JOCKEY CLUB RACES,
ELIZABETH, Ν 3.
SIX RACES TODAY.
Commencing at Two o'clock.
SPECIAL RACE TRAINS, direct to Grand Stand. I
viH Central R. R. of N. J„ from foot of Liberty j
street. New York, at 12?Ό. 1 and ]&).
Round trip tickets, including admission to gratui ;
stand, $1.50,
ÎL F. DWYER, President. !
H. D. McINTYRE, Secretary. 1
CLIFTON, N. J., RACES.
Every day this week. Six races, commencing at
half past one p.m.; thirty minutes from New York
by special trams, via Erie Railroad, direct to Grand
stand, leaving foot Chambers street, 11:80 a. m., 15i
m., 12:30 and 1 p. m. Foot Twenty-third street five
minutes earlier. Round trip, including: admission
to grand stand, $1. Trains leave for New York
immediately after races,
C. V. Sass, hec'y. E. H. Enoemav, Pres't. j
*PO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN-TAKE NOTICE
X that I Thomas J. Stewart wlllsell at public mic
tion on Thursday, No\ ( mber 21,1S&), at two p. m„:
to the highest bidder» all carpets aud other goods
left with me to be stored and which have been la
my possession over one year. According to the
statutes in such cases made and provided.
THOS. J. STEWART.
Wm. J. Rouget, Auctioneer.
Carles wolfs
FOR YOUR
A X U. I UlJllUjMj
Pccketbooks, Steamer Chahs, Etc.
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE. SAMPLE CASES
AND TRUNKS MADE TO ORDER.
CHARLES WOLF,
58 Cortland! Street, N. Y„
COR. GREENWICH.
. 1 ' . . iii ;J , .· 0'- ' ·,
OB PRINTING.
CHEAPEST!
QUICKEST!
NEATEST!
ALL KINDS OF WORK DONE IN
THE MOST FINISHED MAN
NER AND AT THE MOST REA
SONABLE RATES IN THE
JOB DEPARTMENT
OF THE
Jersey
City
News
Eatabli ehment,
BILLHEADS,
LETTERHEADS,
ΛΟΤΕ HEADS.
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
Daft. Electric Light Co.,
116 BROADWAY. Ν. T.
STAÏ10SARÏ ELECTRIC MOTORS. ELECTRIC RAILWAYS
AHD POWER STAT10SS. STORAGE BATTERIES.
GLOCK'S MARKET.
Th· Fftvorit· pluoe for famille* to get
their Groceries Meat· and Profiiioas.'
So, 176 Mercer Street,
IN SEASON
AT
Post's Sea [email protected] Market,
255 WARREN STREET,
Fresh Salmon, Blue Point Oysters,
Spanish Mackerel, Kockuway "
Frogs' Legs, Morris Cove "
Lake Bass, Shrewsbury "
White Fish, Eiist River "
Smelts, Scollops,
And All Other Kinds of Fresh Fish in
Season.
Pure Cod Liver Oil by the Bottle, Pint,
Quart or Gallon.
> Telephone Call, 194 B.
. V.
HORSE BLANKETS
NEVER BEFORE WAS THRRE
SUCH JL SACRIFICE
IN THE PRICE OF HORSE BLANKETS AS THAT NOW
OFFERED BY
J. SCHEIIMBER&EB,.
I HAVE THE
• Largest Stock and Finest Assortment
TO BE FOUND IN THIS VICINITY.
CALL AND CONVINCE YOURSELF.
J. SCHELLENBERGER,
Harness and Garriage Repository,
35 MONTGOMERY STREET.
PAINLESS
ItiPILL
^^MEDicmEllL. A. toa^UlN^aO?
For Weal Stomacb—Isipairefl Digestion—Diserflerefl Liver.
SOLD BY ALL DRUCCISTS.
PRICE 25 CENTS PER BOX.
Prepared only by THOS. BEECHAM, St. Helens, Lancashire, England.
B. F. ALLEN & CO., Sole Agents
For United States, 365 & 367 Canal St., New York.
Who (if your druggist does not keep them) will mail Beecham's
iPills on receipt of price—but inquire first. (Please mention this paper.)
Turner & Bennell,
EBTABIjIBIIED 23 YBAH3.
S3 & 25 NEWARK AVENUE, J.G
MANTELS! MANTELS!
John C. Eox & Sons, \
The leading house for the !
manufacture of all kinds
of SLATE MANTELS.
BEAUTIFUL IN COLOR
EXCELLENT IN FINISH.
MADE IN ANY STYLE.
AN IMMENSE STOCK.
AT LOWEST PRICES.
And warranted the best iu the market.
Onr traced line mantels are Gilt, with best Gold
Leaf, which lasts forever, and not with Bronze
powder or Metal leaf, which soon turns Black, and i
the Beauty of the Mantel Destroyed.
Don't be deceived. See our mantels before pur
chasing elsewhere.
FACTORY AND SHOW ROO MS
Address 527 3b 529 Grand St.,
2 & 4 Woodward St., Jersey City, JJ. J
SEE THE ARTISTIC EFFECTS
AVE PRODUCE WITH OUB
LOW PRICED GOODS.
κ. c.Ifisk.
WALL PAPERS,
138 YORK STREET.
Prof. Loisefirs
Discovery and Training Method
In spite of adulterated imitations which miss the
theory, and practical results of the original, In ;
spin of the grossest misrepresentations by envious
wotUd-be competitors, and ill spite of *'bn£e at- I
tempts to rob" liim of the fruits of his labor (all of
which demonstrate the undoubted superiority and
popularity of his teaching). Prof. Noisette's An of i
Never Forgetting Is recognized today in both Hem
ispheres as marking an Èpoch in Menial Guitare. :
His Prospectus (sent post free) gives opinion» of
people in all parts of the globe win» have actually j
studied his System by corres ponde neé, showing ι
that his System In used only while being -studied, I
not afterwards; that any book can be learned in a
single reading; mind wandering cured. &c. For
Prospectus, Terms end TestJmoB.lals w* +r«w
PftOt. A. JLOISKTTE, No. Fifth
Avenue. Ν. If.
BURR BREWING CO.
LAGER BEER
227 West 18th Street,
new Yonit.
CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH
PENNYROYAL PMLLS.
>;/7 lieti Cress X*iaiut*nd BrautL
The only reliable i»IU for tale. Safe and
ΣΓ ewe. 1,:kHca. λαk vrnsciet for toe Wo
pion<l lirundt *u red πι<;ΐ»Ηίσ1)οχεκ, sea!.,
with blue ribbon. T»kem»«»ther. >'<md<tc.
f*t*ni|>s) tor pnrtiouliirH and " ttollef Jfo?
< |λ41«λ,*' in tattnr, hj wall. Jtam* «taper.
ObfeÛtePtei* CV*»*·?"··1 > *··. ?;c·. Phllada, Pa·
ÎliL'-'J—i1. - J L1L, L X! JL J!!i f JL'Illl'lUlL iL«!g.L .■.■■LLH-J-11··»
_ LAWYE
THOMAS F. NOQJUJS, JR., LAWYER. OPPOSITB
Court Hottlxr. Jersey City Helahts.
Notice to, Fouiicîrymen.
<2 Ε A LED PROPOSALS" WILL ME RECEIVED Γ5Τ
C? the Board of Street rafcd Water Commis
s loners on Monday. November II, 183tt, at :t0
*>Vhick a.m..for iuruishiug and delivering uooutSlX)
lengths of slx-lneh caat-lrou "vatei· pipe In accord
ancë with specifications ou file lu the Office of the
Chief Engineer, where blank forme of bid anu
agreement of sureties inu-'t be obtained.
Proposals must be 'enclosed lu sealed envelopes
endorsed, "Proposals for furnishing cast iron warer
pipe." directed to "Board of Street anil Water
Commissioners," and handed to the clerk of the
Board in <»pen meeting when called for in the order
of business relating to sealed proposals
Bidders most state the price per ton of 2^10 lbs.,
delivered as per apecirtcations.
This Board reserves the right to reject any or ail
tikis If dee mod for the boat interest of the city so
to do.
Ao city official will he Accepted as surely.
Uy order of the jioard of strew t and Water Com
iptesi^aers.
GEO ROE T. BOUTON.
Clerk.
Dated Jersey Cfty, .N'orember 1 1S8SL
. ή8· iii -J: ...-ι
inte Your Watch By part's QocL'
Tlios. J. Stewart,
NEW, ELEGANT
STORAGE WAREHOUSE,
AND
MAMMOUTH
CARPET CLEANSING
WORKS,
Erie and Fifth Sts., J. C.
TELEPHONE CALL. 155 .T. C.
The Storage Department accessible by Ele
rator and entirely separate from the Carpet
Cleansing "Works.
A COiiDlAL INVITATION is extended to
all to inspect the most complete facilities,
patented in U. S. and Europe, which 20 years1
experience (solely in this business) can suggest
Dr money procure, for Cleansing and Renovating
Carpets.
KKLAYING A SPECIALTY.
The Storage Department is constructed on the
best New York plan—iron partitions, tight!}
cioscd rooms, with lock and key.
AU Saicguarrts Against Fire, Burglars
Ν. Y. «RANCH,
1554 Broadway, Telephone Call, 376 39th st., Ν. Y
SEND FOR PAMPHLETS.
Elegant vans for transporting goods anywhere
My processes are exclusively my own, and 1
have no connection with any otner establishment
OOOD LUCK TO ALl
WHO USE THEM.
MEDICAL SOCIETIES
Endorse Τ hem,
PHYSICIANS
Prescribe Them,
EVERYBODY
Praises Them, and
DRUGGISTS
Sell Them.
y. i, ir-QgES. Prop., 8uatog» Bprimgs, Η, 1
AÙRGfSTOGÏ
— ο*
Bugs, Lace Curtains
Clocks,
Rogers' Silverware,
IDS OTHJSK D9BFDL
HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES
FOB
CASH OR ON TIME.
Call and »mli« 'Dmo.
GEORGE E. WATSON,
01 Montgomery St.
j. je. runfiz,
RESTAURANT AND 0IN1NG-R00A
TAULE BOARD, SSUO PB» WEEK.
356 Grove Street, Jersey Citj
XaUe· Seserved Car IacUm
·.;■·. . ν"· ■ "·■. ~·ί , ' 'j ''
CASS OE CEEDIT.
Γ CLOTHING 1
FOR
Men, Youths and Boys,
CLOAKS,
JACKETS AND SUITS
FOR
Ladies and lisses,
The payment of a small part of the amount
of purchase entitles the purchaser to have the
goods delivered at once—the balance to suit the
convenience of the customer, in either weekly or
monthly payments. No security required.
Sternberg & Sherman,
3 β Newark Avenue,
Opposite City Hall, JERSEY CITY
BRANCHES:
249 MARKET STREET, 193 & 196 MAIN STREET
NEWARK. PATTERSON.
Public Notice.
REPORT NO. 45 OF TIIE COMMISSIONERS OP
ADJUSTMENT.
Notice is hereby given that the com
missioners of Adjustment. in and for the city
of Jersey City, atipointed by the Circuit Court of < lie
County of Hudson, under and by virtue of the pro
visions of Chapter CXIi. of the laws of 1836. entitled
"An aet concerning the settlement and collection
of arrearages of unpaid taxes, assess
ments and water rates or water rents
in cities of this State, and Imposing and
levying a tax, assessment and lien in lieu, and in
stead of such arrearage*, and to eu force the pay
ment thereof and to provide for the sale of lands
subjected to future taxation and assessment,"
passed March SO, 1386, have made, certified and
Sled a report of their proceedings relating to and
altectlng delinquent land, described as follows, to
wit;—
Block 825, lot 28 B, Lincoln street
Block 22^, lots 9 ana io, Montieello avenue.
Block 8S, lot 29, Belvidere avenue.
Block 520, lot 2 N, Newark avenue.
Block 681, lot «!>, Kearney avenue.
Block 574. lots 108 and 104, Hopkins avenue.
Block 521, lots ϋ and 8. Sackett street.
Block 521, lot 12, Sackett street.
Block SITk)te 2 end 4. Fiedler street.
Block 51:·/», lots 8 and S, Siedler street.
Block 51TK, lot A, .Siedler street.
Block 6112, lots 58 to 58, Kearney avenue.
Block 642, tot 5, West Side avenue.
Block 642, lots 6. 7, 8, 9 and *0, Went Wide avenue.
Block£15. lot* 4t*y, 4.0 Paterson street
ι Block <46, lot 811. 812 Sherman avenue
Block 847, lot 84 Beach street
Block ;17, lot 1S7 New York avenue
' Block 463, lot K, Pacific avenue
Block 860, lots 40, 42 and 44 Montieello avenue
Block M i, lot 188, New York avenue
, Block 85^, part of lot 45, Montieello avenue
Block 20J, lots 20 to 85 Summit avenue and Howard
place
Block 716, lots 1, 2, and 8, Reservoir avenue
Block ( 40, lots 84 to 88 Larch avenue
Block £32, lots 10 and 11 Palisade avenue
Block 607, plot 2, Boyd aveuue
Block 831, lots B, 9, Beiaiont avenu*»
Block 66?, parts of loib l and 2 Clerk street and
Clareuiont avenue
Block «40, lot lui. Covert street
Block 527, parts of lots 1 and 2, Oakland avenue
Block 528, parts of lots 8 and 4 Favonia avenue
Block 418*6. lot 26, Wcscott ptace
j Block -i87, lot 1, Pacific avenue
ι Block 48S, lots L and Η Pacific avenue
I Block 642. plot2 J. St. Paul's avenue and Dey street
Block 229, lots Iff, 11, Fairmount aveuue
Block 586, lots 1 io 5, Hoboken awnue
Block 56<:, lots 85 to 89. Oakland avenue
Block i;66., lot 6, Hoboken avenue
Block 566b lots 82 and 83 Oakland avenue
Block 122, lotsT and S Tonnele avenue
Block S'.*', lots 28, 28, Emory street
Block 5T-I, lot 43 Beacon avenue
Block 859, lots I and 2 £at>iiskie street
ifloi'k 4 8. lot 12. Conummi&aw aveuue
Jttock nVOi u>, v;ommanip»%v u venue
Block 22'». lot a, Bergen'avenue
Block 477. lot A, Monitor street
Block 681). lots 1 to i. Arlington Avenue
Block 632, lots 54 to 5? Randolph avenue
Block e:32. lot* 62. 63 and 64, Randolph avenue.
Block IK2, lots 05 to 68, Garfield avenue.
Block; 6b2, lots 78 to 76, Garftekl avenue.
Block (>b2, loin 81 to 84, Garfield avenue.
Block t>32, lots 8«. 90 and «1, Garfield avenue.
Block 632, tots 45, 46 to 49, Randolph avenue.
Block «31, lota 23 lo Randolph avenue.
Block G31, lots Si to 35. Randolph avenue.
Block <681, lots'ifî, 17 and 18, Arlington avenue.
Block Ô8&, lots Î. 8, part 9, Grand street.
Btock S89, rant lot 9, Giand street.
Hock 847, lots 2 to 10. Van Home street.
Block SSI, k)t-s 31 to 87, Hallaniay street.
Block 337, lots 2 ί to 25, H ai lad ay street.
Block £87, lots 16 to i9. Grand street. ,
Block 387, lot* 31» and 21, Grand street.
Block 387, lot 22, Grand sl-reft.
Block 884, lots 13 to 17. Whir on street.
Block att, lots 1 to 12, Whiton street.
Block 3555, lots 29 to 46, Wtatlon street.
Block »Λ, lot* 1 to ft, Pacific avenue.
Block 835, lots 0 to 18, Pacific aveu no.
BJLncK 385, lots W to 24, Pacific avenue.
Block 8%, iot24^. Pacific η venue.
Block 335, Iocs 25 to 28, Grand street.
Block !;85, lots 12 to 19. Grand street.
B.'ook 886, lots 1 to 11. Hulladay street.
Block SoK, lore 3» to 35, Pacifie avenue.
block 886, kKs2li to 81. Pacific avenue.
Block $36, lot C, Pacific avenue.
Block 319, lot 414, Bleeker street.
Block 1416, kit 5« Odd Bergen Hoart.
Block 1257, tots 24 and 25, Runjnon avenue.
Block IDS, lot 1, Pairmount avenue.
Block 681, lots 57 to 72, Vandeusen avenue.
Block 448, lot 32, Maple street.
Block 436, lots 3 and 4, Whiton street.
Block 74U, part of lot A, Ogden avenue.
Block 74» ι, lot A 2, Hope street.
Block 874, lots 81, 82 and 83, South street.
Block 1879, lot 1, Old Bergen Road
Block U'SU, lots 4 and ft, Old Bergen Road.
Blmk (i24. lot 26, Bevan street.
Block 418, lots, Presoott Place.
Block 41K» k>t », Park Street
Block 418, lot 5 and 6, Pre.-cott Place.
Block 418, lot 4, Presqott Place.
Block 418. lots 3, 9 and W, Park street.
Block 294, plot B, Eighteenth street. Nineteenth
street and Erki street.'.
Block 251, plot A, Eighteenth street. Nineteenth
street ane ferle street.
Block 261, lot 7, Grove ffcroet. . ·. u
Block 261, lot 8, «rove street.
Block 261, lot 9. Eighteenth street.
Block 27 and 53, lot 2, Broadway.
Block 544, lot Sit). Glendenny avenue.
Block 818, lots 1 untl 2, Pacific avenue.
Block 566, lot 30, Oakland avenue.
Bloek 566, lot Si, Oakland aveuue.
Hock 4ii*. lots 19 to 2i, Van Harne street and
Johnston avenue.
Mt .ck 413. lots 25 to 33, Johnston avenue.
Bloc* :"8's lots 81, 82 and414 Gottaee street.
Block 586, lot 34, roîtage street.
Block 5W, lot S5. Cottage street.
Block 749, lot 7ft Ogden avenue.
Block BiW. lot 8 Central aveuue.
And the said Court has fixed Saturday, the 16th
day of November, 188», at the Court House, In the
city of Jersey City, at ten o'clock in the forenoon,
a» the time stud place /or hearing any objectto ne
that may be made to the assessments, charges and
liens fixed and certified by the Commissioners of
Adjustment ip said report, when and where ail
parties interested therein may be heard.
DEN»IB MCLAUGHLIN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the County of Hudson.
Dated Jersey City, 2i. J.. November 3, 16 S9.
υ...1 hi ι
RAILROADS.
Erl« Railroad Time Table.
r 1MCKET OFFICES—401. 317. 715.957
A Broadway, 158^ Bowery, 1 Bat.
tery place. , Chambers street and
Twenty-third street terries. New
•York:; 3S1 Fulton street. Brooklyn;
107 Broadway, Williamsburg; cor
ner Newark and Hudson streets,
Hoboken. and new station Jersey
_ City, where tiekete and parlor or
sleeping ear reservations and orders for check
ing and transfer of baggage can be obtained.
Trams isuve Jenny City «»<K» as followi
930 α. nt~l>ay Express. Pullman Buffet drawing
room coaches to Buffalo. connect at Hornellarilld
for Jamestown and ChautaiMjua Lake.
8:18 p. m. dally—"Chleago and St. Louis Limited."
A solid Pullman train of day, dining and sleeping:
coaches to Mead ville, Youngstown, Marion and
Chicago without change. Pullman sleeping eoa<ehi»
to Cleveland, Cincinnati and St. Louis. No extra
charge for fast time.
6:18 p. m. daily -Chicago and Grand Trunk Kx
Eress- Solid Pullman train of day and Buffet sleep
ig coaches to Buffalo. Niagara Falls, Hamilton.
London, Lansing, Battle Creek, South Bend and
Chicago without change. Buffet sleeping coach to
Rooheeter, arrtve 7Ά0 a. m.
8Λ0 p. m. dally—CWcago Express. Pullman Buffet
sleeping couches to Elmira, HonaeUsvllle, James
town, Corry, Mead vil le. Youngs tow η, Cincinnati
and Chicago.
Stations on Orange Branch, week days, 9:15 a. nx,
1253, 434 037,71)5, 9:12, ll)tt p. m. Sundays, 94S,
a. m- 142, 4:17, S37, &au, 10:12 p. tn. Additional trains
το Prospect street. E. Orange, Washington street,
Orange, Llewellyn aud Main streets, w. Orange,
Orange, week days, 6:13, 833, 1138 a. so., 232.831,
4:52. 5:19, 5:50, 802. 10AW jx. OU
itutherford and Passée, week days. 4:15, 5:00, 6:12,
7:12, eie, 9:45. 1048 a. m., VMS noon. 1:14 2:02, it)3,
3:50. 430, 450, 5:52, 6:01. 639, 642. 70ό, 744, 903. 1044
p. m., 12:13 midnight. Sundays. 5:00, 83υ, 1043, a. tu.,
12:12 noon, 2OU, 330. 4:18, 530, β:45. 744, 9,15, 10:42 p. m,
l2*J-< midnbrht. Additional trains to Passaic, weok
days, 831. 5:12. 539, «30 p. m. 45,
Patereon, weok days, 4:15. 5Λ), &12. 7:12, 8:06, 9
1043 a. in., 12:13 noon, 1:12, 2iii, Btftt, 931, 8:45, 8
4:12, 43ϋ, 4:43, ΙΛΟ, 512, firj. 5*2. 5:52, «ill. 630, 6W<
6:42, 7:15, 744, ΗΛΟ, 9:15,. 10:43 p. m^ 12:18 mldnig
Sundays, 5.00. 8:30, 1043. 12:12 noon, 200, 330, 4. *
w«n, vmi, «*» tu., i.ii. ii:15, b:*i. -noo, ua/i,
6.0;, 6i87. 7:46. 10:15 p. m.. 1230 midnight. Sundays.
9:1» a. m., 347,6:47. 8:15,10:15 p. ra
il idgewooci and Soffero. weak days. 4:15, 50Q, S 05,
9:45, 10:43 p. m.. 1:12 202, S31. 432, 5:12. 5A1 830, 642,
7:15, 8Λ0, 10:42 o. ra., 12:18 midnight. Sundays, 54W, 8;3U,
10:43 a. xn., 200,4:18 and 6:45 p. na.. 12:13 midnight,
A lun rn vw.iil· Λ λ v.j u.i'. ο m ΙΛΚ Κ··1·\
6U2, 8Λ0 p. mT; Su (Tenu 3:45 p. m. " ' " „ _
Nowburg ana Cornwall, week days, 805.9:20 a. rcu,
£:47, 4:14,5:42 p. m. Sunday», 9-Ά3 a. m„2 α m.
GoShon, week days, 51*4, fM)5, V2Ç, 10:» a. m.. JdJ
8:46,4:45,5:42.7:15. 6<j& p. m. Bund aye, 500, 8:80, *&·
*'&di^^y'we!ak day*, 5:00, 8.Ό5, 10j«la. m,
1:12, 8:18, 5:45, 6:1b. 0:15, Κ50 p.m. ftundays, 500. 8:80,
{)&) u. JU.. 3:18, 6:115, 6:46, 8Λ0 p. m. _ <n
Ft. Jervls week days, 5:00, 805, 950, 10:13 a. m., 1:12.
3:18, Ujlfi. 4:45, 6:18. 7:15, 8:50 p. m. Sundays, 500, 8:30,
aao a. in., 8:18, 6:18,6:46. 850 p. m. ... , „
Warwick, week days, 50M, a. m., 1:12, 4:45, p. m.
Sundays, 8S80 a. ni.
Montgomery, week days, 9:20 a. m, 8:45, 4:15 p. m.
Litiudiivi) 9:20 in. ra.
Kxufees trains arrive at Jersey City from the
W«iC ΒύΟ, 7:40 a. m.. 4ΰδ. 055 p. in.
N'OBTHShv RAILROAD OF NEW JERSEY
Train# leave Jeruey City station. Erie Railway
woek days, tor Englewood. Tonally. Çloeter, spar
kill and Nyack, 62*), ·7:1δ, 858, *1037 and, H:42 a. izk,
1:45. 8:12, 4:14. 5DÔ, ÙM, 0:22. *657. 805, 10:44 P. in..
12.18 midnight. Sundays, 8Î80, *U4« a. m., 1*15 4:14»
7:42*8^7 P. «L
Additional trains to Creekill and way, 6:17» 7:43*
S 57, 857 a. m., and 123S, \'2L 8:12, 6:14, 559 O.in.
**tor Nanuet, spring Valley, Moneey andTallrnaa·.
Nyacfc Express, *4:47.
XT EW YORK AND GREEITWOOD LAKE RAUr
ll way. Trains leave Jersey City station, Erie
K For ^lS^OtL ^15, 8:87, 850, 1123 a. im. 12:141. 1258,
204. 8:27. 35£ 459, 5:27. 657, «S», 7:1*, 827. ltfclïL Usfe
12:16 p.^uu- Sundays, 9:12, a. m., \·Λ2, 4:17, 6:27, 8:U
' Bloom lie Id and Monfcelalr, week days, 6:15, 8:37.
9^U, a. m., 12:16, 2*M. 8^B. 4:42, 45·, 537, ISi, 656.7:12.
8:27.10J2. 12:W p. m. Sundays, Ui2 a. m., 80J, 8:45
p. Ill,
Little Fall! and Intermediate utatlons, week day»,
•:1S, «ifi, Si» a. m.. 12:16 noon, 334 4Ai. «ϋβ, -,M,
SSL CS5. 7J3, BOl. 12:1(1 p. m Sunday* S:13 a. m..
IÏÏ7. 8:45 p. tn. ΪΛ4 p. m„ Saturday» only.
Fompton, week «lay», ΒΛ7, 9*0 a. m., ftfc 4Si, 531.
i:f«, p. m. Sundays, 8:12, liete a. m., 8;17 p. in.
Greenwood Lake and latarmedliue iiuttau, week:
day* *β1. 9ΛΙ a. m.. 1ΛΛ μ. m. Sundays, S;ia, ludi
W.' J. 1UIBPIÎY. ik P. FAKSllCR,
• ^ qentanpt. Ctea'l Paaa. Agt.
^ë%MWoats. ~7
A LL FAltKS RRDUCEDTU STONITfO
-Λ. TON LINE--T he .inside route; Boston, #8; Prov
idence. $2.i5: Worthier «2.W. S te assers leave
New Pier 36, ». R., one block above Canal street, at
4.80 p. m., Sundays excepted.
WELD0N CIGAR STORE
A large assortment of HAVANA and DOMESTIC
CIGARS. Also manufacturer*of
larskm Pices, Casss aid Μϋι
J. C. WENNER, Proprietor.
74 MOSIOOMKBY STREET, J. C.
Kepalrlng «B(l RefltUn^ n^jtad Baillsg in Vu
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