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Clothes or cleaning house with ordinary soap is like rolling a heavy stone up hill ; it takes main strength and a good deal of it. \ The same work done with Pearline is like V rolling the stone down hill—it's easy ; V quick; true; goes right to ' ^ the mark ; and with very little labor. All dirt must go before PEARLINE. It robs woman's hardest work of its drudgery—(a praiseworthy theft, b; *■1* ......Λ Τ U Λ Λ « « Λ .-.*·! Λ.·» II-. /"Ι ΛΛΓΙ J' - # "V '-.^ ^ does it not hurt the hands, clothes or paint? We tell you it don't—but we are interested (as well as you)—so ask your friends who use it ; you'll find most of them do; the annual consumption is equal to about three packages a year for every family in the land. But better yet—get a package (it costs but a few pennies, and every grocer keeps it), and try it for yourself— your gain will be larger than ours. Peddlers and some unscrupulous grocers are offering imitations which they claim to be Pearline, or " the same as Pearline." IT'S FALSE—they are not, and Besides are dangerous. r?G Τ \ Λ-T> j — ο Beware Mullins <fe Co. 121,123 ί 125 NEWARK AVENUE, JERSEY C1TW THE LARGEST AND MOST RELIABLE CASH OR CREDIT HOUSE IN THE CITY , CALL AND SEE OUR GREAT BARGAINS at prices which cannot fail to attract the attention of every Housekeeper, or those intending to Keep House. We have everything necessary for Household Use, and are offering special inducements in THE GOVERNOR RECEIVED THE JEFFERSON CI.VTt EXTERTAIS Ml M AT NEWARK. Conspicuous Men from all Orer tlie State l'reseat — The Kill 1 road Hrakcmen Have a Danre at Roseville—Othei Newi of the State. The elegant home of the Jeffersonian Club on West Park street, Newark, was alive with clubmen and their friends in evening attire last night. The event was the reception tendered Goveruor-elect Abbett. By the time Governor-elect Ab bett arrived the rooms were crowded. The Governor was met at the door by a committee consisting of Dr. J. T. Wrightson. Dr. A. K. Baldwin, Julian G. Olds, 8. J. Macdonald and Charles F. Schneider. Mr. Abbett was accompanied by his sons, JLeon Abbett, Jr.' and Will iam F. Abbett. Governor Green and his son and private secretary followed soon after. After shaking hands with the committee the two Governors wore es corted up stairs to the parlors, where the most of the members were awaiting his arrival. Governor Abbett was greeted with cheers, and was put through an immedi ate process of hand-shakiuc. Subse quently leaning on. the arm of James Smith, Jr., ne was escorted to the supper room, where Caterer Turner, for whom "Turner's otation" on the Erie Road was named, had spread a toothsome lunch. With the throng of live hundred well known Essex County Democrats mingled a few guests from other sections of the the State. Among those in attendance besides the two Governors and their sons were Generals Plume and Dudley S. Steele, Mayor ttaynes, juuge jvenuy, George K. Gray. William H. Brown, Micliael T. Barrett, State Librarian Colonel Henry Hamilton, Colonel Rich ard 1). Donnelly, Prosecutors William R. Wilson and Gourley, Assemblymen Klotz, Trier, Schroth, Kalisch, Timmer, Labor Inspector Fell, Secretary of State Henry C. Kelsey, "Abey" Noar, Congress mau Fowler, "Éck" Moore, Barney Ford. Colonel G. Β. M. Harvey, Austin Mc Gregor, Peter Hauck, Gottfried Krueger, Edward Balbach, Jr., John B. Dusenberry, Freehold er De .longe, Judge Kirkpatrick, Judge Butner, of Orange; Charles Sny der, J. N. Arbuckle, Dr. A. G. Vogt, S. J. Meeker, Frederick Lehman, Thomas J. McGrath, P. Dewyer, Theodore English Tax Commissioner Lowey, Charles F. Thome and David C. Dodd, of Orange; Alderman Denipsey, ex-Assemblvman Reynolds, Auditor ltunyon, Dr. H. H. Baldwin, Samuel Kalisch, Charles Lyons, Oscar Bonnett, Albert Spaeth, J. Renuie Smith, E. S. Meudels, ex-Commissioner Marjh, Paul Buchanan, Fire Commis sioner Banuen and Fire Commissioner De Vousney. The Plaintiff Admitted It All. In the prosecution of Editor Clifton W. Taylenre, of the Long Branch News, for criminal libel, yesterday, interesting de velopments were made. The alleged libel was contained in a newspaper article in sinuating that Dr. John V. Pernberton, a reputable physician of Long Branch for ten years past, was a jail bird who had jumped his bail on four indictments for false pretenses in Baltimore in 1879. Tay leure was formerly the business confi dante and business manager of the late Frank Chanfrau. The editor is also an executor of Chanfrau's will, and the paper he now holds under a lease was Bought for him by the actor's widow. It was not long before a bitter personal Iee'.lug was engendered between Dr. Pernberton and Editor Tayleure, which at last brought them to blows iu the News editorial room, aud Tayleure, who is older than his antagonist, was badly beaten and obliged to take to liis bed. Siuce then there has been bitter warfare be tweeu the two. City Marshal Lannan, of Baltimore, identified Dr. Pernberton as the man who was arrested in Westminster, Md., in 1879 ■under the name of John Prince, charged with obtaining goods under false pre tences in Baltimore. Subsequently four indictments were found against him on similar charges. Dr. Pernberton testified that he had done business under differdnt names in the places stated above, aud admitted that the statements of Alarshal Lannnn were true. On cross-examination he fur ther admitted that he had doue business in New York as John Pemberton and John Prince Pemberton; also that he was in a general commission buslnessin Phila delphia at Second and Market streets as J. P. Pemberton, ond further that in Bal tinore lie adopted the name of John Prince, by which he was also known dur ing the two years he did a general shoe business iu Westminster. He denied that he had jumped bail in Baltimore, claim ing that the indictments had been '•set tled," and that he left that .pity by the consent of his counsel and his bondsman, now dead. Railroad Brakemeii Dance, The Roseville rink at Koseville pre sented a gay appearance last night. It was the event of the third annual ball of the Brotherhood of Railroad Brakemen. The interior was artistically decorated with flags and bunting, hung with rail road lanterns, and at one end of the great hall appeared two large engine head lights, which threw a glare of light, over the merry dancers and added brilliancy to the occasion. The floor was in charge of Harry A. Day, assisted by Eugene Rush; Floor Committee, J. B. Hart, A. Ungarman, George W. Smith, A. Sehroetler, David Pill and Edward Shelbe; Reception Com mittee, M. S. Boyle, William Snyder, Willinm H. Bowen, Edward Horning and T. M. Condit. The Committee on Arrangements were:—James C. Green halgli, M. S. Bovle, Eugene Rush, Edward Horning, William H. Boweu, 'Theodore M. Condit, William Snyder, Joseph Van Iderstine and John B. Hart. Among some of the well known ladies and gentlemen present were Β. E. Chapin. Henrv M. Doremus aud wife, James Molïatt, A1 Barnes aud wife, Conductor A. E. Vandever, wife aud daughter, Gustavus Reed and lady, James Livingston and lady, H. H. Holï man, wife aud daughter. Conductor Jolm Long and wife, Past Master J. J. Jule. William Connelly, Mayor Hay nés, M. T. Barret, Leonard Kalisch, Daniel Hueson, Charles Fridenburg, of Newton, N. J.; George Wallace and party, from Scran ton, Pa.; Miss McCormick, Miss Trout and Mrs. A. E. Gottschalk. At midnight au elegant supper was partaken of. Afterward dancing continued until the woe small hours, when every one de parted to their respective homes highly pleased. RAILROAD NOTES. It is reported in Atlantic City that the Tlrûot. .Toruev Hailrn«H Γηηιηηηυ -i*rill i»> the near future, build a mud bank six feet high, nine feet wide at the bottom and three on top, across the meadows on the north side of their track, for the pur pose of protecting the roadbed against high tides. There will be several sluice ways where the creeks now flow beneath the tracks. Trains have resumed running ou the new time table between Seabright and Highland Beach on the Central Railroad. Tliey have been off since the cyclone, ■which tore up the tracks for a long dis tance. The Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad Company has been receiving numerous complaints from the brakemen and conductors of the breaking of win dows by stones, especially along the Bloomiield branch. The company has offered a reward of $100 for the arrest and conviction of any one caught throwing stones at the cars. Commuters on the Erie Railroad have become accustomed to rush past the ferry master on the Pavonia Ferry with a nod, and if asked to show their tickets have done so with very ill grace. It was hinted to the company that many fares were lost iu this way, and an order has been issued that every commuter must show his ticket at the ferry pate at every trip. 'Che We office building of the Central Railroad at the corner of West and Liberty streets. New York, ts fairly started, and spiles are all driven and the first course of hush foundation stones of granite are nearly all in place. There will be no sub-cellar to thisbuilding, be cause the present excavation is below tide water, and a constant stream trickles through it and keep a steam pump busy. The building will be ten stories high. The Central has changed the names of some of its stations, and also established some new ones. Port Monmouth will hereafter be known as Port Monmouth Shore. There will be a new station called Hondrickson's, two and three-quarter miles south of Farmingdale, on the New Jersey Southern. Squankum'Will be dis continued. The Central Railroad has put the fin ishing touch to its fourth track from Bound Brook to Elizabeth. The track was begun at Elizabeth and Bound Brook at the same time, and the two sections were connected at Grant avenue, Plain field, yesterday. The completion of the work at Greenville will finish the fourth track from Elizabeth to Jersey City. The Central Railroad is running freight nnrl nr.nl truinrt from Phillinshurer and Belvidere, over the Pennsylvania and thence over the Lehigh and Hudson River Road to the Poughkeepsie Bridge. The Pennsylvania will lay double tracks from Phillipsburg to accommodate the Cen tral's trains. Trains on the Orange, Greenwood Lake and Newark branches will not ruu be tween .Jersey City and Newark until five p. in. Sunday. This delay is caused by the placing of a new iron draw bridge across the Hackensack River. .NEW JERSEY'S STONE AGE. Interesting Holies Unearthed in a Tren ton Cutting. A Trenton despatch says that attention was directed last week by Dr. Wright, at the opening lecture of the course before the New York Academy of Anthropology, to important recent discoveries of paleo lithic implements by Br. C. C. Abbott, of this city. As no account of these discov eries has yet been published, Br. Abbott was requested to state the facts, which he did as follows:— A few days ago he noticed that the Pennsylvania Railroad was making fresh cuttinsrs iu the village of Morrisvllle. op posite Trenton. One of these cuttings was through a knoll of Trenton gravel 12 feet deep and 300 feet long. Anticipat ing that paleoliths would lie found, he re quested Mr. Ernest Volk to watch for uiem as the work proceeded, preferring that the discoveries should be made by another iu order to refute any suspi cion as to their genuineness. When the workmen had reached nearly the entire depth of the cutting Mr. Volk found imbedded in the gravel a fine paleolith of argillite, about twelve feet below the surface. It was one of those chipped stones, rudely shaped to give a jagged cutting edge, which are characteristic of the earliest industry of pre-glacial man. Ten feet higher than the paleolith and about two feet below the surface Mr. Volk found a level where chipped instruments had been made by Indians, of course, much later, and the chips were left thrown about. Br. F. W. Putnam, of Cambridge, was telegraphed l'or and arrived before the objects were removed. He pro nounced them genuine. Photographs were taken and tney were transported to the Peabody Museum at Cambridge. Paleoliths wore also discovered in the bed of the river within fifty feet of tho cutting and about two feet lower, show ing that they belong to the same geologi cal period. One of these was found by B. G. Brintou, the well-known anthro pologist of Philadelphia. The river stones resemble the others except that fhev 5ir« «mnnfhpr hpinir wntm· uni'n Tho present chaiiuel of the river is a rocky one and the course has been changed within a few hundred years. The discoveries are regarded by all antho pologists as iraportaut and conclusive evidence of the genuineness of Dr. Ab bott's numerous curious discoveries, which lie bas not heretofore been able to , authenticate by such rigorous verili cation. l'recautiou. Sweet Girl—"Oh, this is so sudden. You must uive me time to reflect—a week at least." Fond Lover—"Certainly. Even if he should accept tonight it would take about a week to get au engagement ring made." Sweet Girl—"Um—perhaps you'd bet ter take the measure of my finger now, George.— Nciv York Weekly. IncoiiMldcratu Girl. "No, George," she muttered, as the miserable youth knelt in a passionate frenzy at her feet, "I can never be your.' "Well, Clara," lie answered bitterly, as he rose quickly, "you might at least have told me so before and saved me from bag ging these trousers."—CloWer and Fur nisher. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL parties Interested that the Central Elevated Transit Company, a corporation of tho State of New Jersey, has tiled a petition with ihe Board of Aldermen, asking permision to locate, construct, main tain and operate un Elevated Railroad over and along the following route in Jersey City:— Commencing at or near the ferry house of the Cen tral Railroad of New Jersey at ( omtnunlpaw on the Hudson River; thenceo^er private property to the easterly end of Johnston avenue; thence west erly over and alon^ Johnston avenue to and across Ο rand street to the easterly end of Oswego street; theuee westerly ovi>rand along Oswego street to the westerly end thereof; thence westerly across private property crossing Coruelison avenue, (lif ton place and Summit avenue to the easterly end of Jewitt avenue: thence westerly over and along Jewett avenue to aud across West 8lde avenue; together with the right to cross all Intermediate streets and avenues. And that sain Board has ap pointed Friday, November 2i>, 1889, at eight n. m., at the Aldermanlc Chamber in the City Hall as the time and place when and where they will consider t he said application and hear all ρ arties interested therein. Dated November 13,1389. JOHN E. SCOTT, City Clerk. AMUSEMENTS. nM|μη givk only on 10 jiokk pek kAM Γ formance at the Vf b ACADEMY OF MUSIC, Frank E. Henderson, Manager. Of the Charming and Beautiful Artist, Cora Tapper, in FASCINATION. New Academy of Music. FRANK E. HENDERSON, - - Manager. MONDAY, OCT. 18, ONE WEEK. Matinees Wednesday acd Saturday, The Popular Young; Comedian, MR, E, H, SOTHERN And his own Comedy Company, under the direction of Mr. Daniel Frohman, in his original success, ΤΙΙϋΞ Silliest Bidder TVio antviû f.Tnollanf Pamnontr aa annaara/l in Mr. Sothern's three months' engage ment just ended at the Lyceum Theatre, New York. NIBLO'S, BROADWAY, Ν. Y Mr. E. Gilmore Lessee and Manager THE EXILES. Two Matinees, Wednesday and Saturday. ^CADEMY. 14th St. and Irving Place, ST. Y SECOND YEAR OP DENMAN THOMPSON. THE OLD HOMESTEAD Evenings at 8. Saturday Matinee at 2, JJALMER'S THEATRE. B'way and Thirtieth St CHARLES WYNDHAM, MISS MARY MOORE AND THE LONDON CRITERION THEATRE CO. the cji.vnm.fiTE. BIJOU THEATRE. Broadway near Thirtieth St J. W. H08ENQUEST Sole Manager. Matinees Wednesday and Saturday. HALLEN & HART, LATER ON. Gallery, 25.; Reserved, 50., 75., $1, $1.50. GENERAL ADMISSION 50 CENTS. pROCTOR'S 23d STREET THEATRE. ANOTHER KNORMOU8 OVATION. Bronson Howard's Great Success. SHENANDOAH. "Better than the Henrietta."—Herald. MATINEES WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS. SEATS SELLING 4 WEEKS IN ADVANCE. HC. MINER'S PEOPLE'S THEATRE, Ν. Y. • WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY MATINEE. MAUDE GRANGER IN .ÊEJflOST Λ EMFE. BROADWAY THEATRE. Corner Forty nret St Evening» at 8. Saturday Matinee at 2. Manager Mr. FRANK W. SANGER Mi'. EDWIN BOOTH. MnJIODMA, HAMLET. r ΤΗ AVENUE THEATRE, Broadway and Twenty Ο eighth street, Ν. Y. EUGENE TOMPKINS Leasee and Manager. WILSON BARRETT, -IN— Bon-My-Creo. Regular prices—$1.50, $1, 50c., 35o. Seats ready. CTANPAIU) THEATRE, B'way and 6th ave., Ν. Y BURLESQUE! POPULAR SUCCESS! MR. 1I1SNRY Κ. BIXEY. Supported by Mr. Ε. E. Rice's Com pany In THE SEVEN λ ! J ES, by Miners. Oiil and Dixey. (CASINO, Broadway and Thirty-ninth st., Ν. Y J MATINEE Saturday at 2. Evening performance at 8.15. THE DRUM MAJOR. Continuous Roof Oarden Concert 7t:s> to lX Admission. 50 cents, including Ixuh Hudson County Jockey Club. CUTTENBERG, N. J. NEW MILE TRACK. OPENING DAY, TUESDAY, NOV. 19, 1889, and continuing every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday throughout the season. First race at 1.4U p. m. Take Uobokeu Elevated Road direct to track. _ S. WHITEHEAD, Secretary. CLIFTON, N. J., RACES. Every day thl· week. Six races, commencing at half past one p. in.; thirty minutes from New York uyn|iw— - . stand. leaving foot Chambers street, 11:30 a. m., 12 m., 1&9U and l p. ni. Foot Twenty-third street five minutes earlier. Hound trip, Including admission to grand .stand, $1. Trains leave for New York immediately after races. C. V. SABH.See y. Ε. H. Knoeman, Pres't. New jersey jockey clur Racing every day, rain or shine, at 3o'clock. Special trains via Central R. R., of N. J., foot of Liberty st., at 12.80, 1, and 1.3u. M. F. DWTER, Prestdent. H. D. MclNTYRE, Secretary. CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PENNYROYAL NILS. Ked Cross lllumond Brand. Tbe only reliable pill for sale. Safe *nd serf. Ladiee, Mk Ihncflat for tac l»l*. m»n<l Bruni» Ια red tnctallloboxee, «ealv with blue ribbon. Take ·ο «ther. Sen J 4c. (itauipti) lor tiarttanlari »ui " Relief for Lad it ft," in letter, by inaiL A'ame t'm.pvr. ChieuosterChcaslcniCo., Mad!seat Sc.. t'hllada,F&h \ A full line of Fall and Winter OVERCOATINGS to order, guaranteed fast colore, $ 1 5.00. SUITS TO ORDER, $15.00 TROUSERS to order, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00, $5.50 and $6.00. JACOBS BROS., 220 BROADWAY. Opposite Post Office; 1 1255 BROADWAY, Corner 31st St.; j NEW YORK. 152 and 154 BOWERY, Corner Broome St., ' A LARGE STOCK — o* Rugs, Lace Curtains, Clocks, Rogers' Silverware, AND OTHER USEFUL . HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES, FOB CASH OR ON TIME. ; Call ud Btimln Dun. CEORCE E. WATSON, 61 Montgomery St. Time Your Watch Bj Stewart's Clock.' Thos. J. Stewart, NEW, ELEGANT STORAGE WAREHOUSE, AND MAMMOUTH CARPET CLEANSING WORKS, ÏÏvÎa nnrl fifth Si+a 1 P. TELEPHONE CALL. 155 ,T. C. The Storage Department accessible by Ele vator and entirely separate from the Carpet Cleansing Works. A COUDIAL 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. RELAYING A SPECIALTY. The Storage Department is constructed on the best New York plan—iron partitions, tightly closed rooms, with lock and key. AH Safeguards Against Fire, Burglars, Etc. Ν. Y. BRANCH. 1654 Broadway, Telephone Call, 376 39th st., Ν. Y. SEND FOR PAMPHLETS. Elegant vans for transporting goods anywhere. My processes are exclusively my own, and I have no connection with any other establishment. MANTELS! MANTELS! John C. Fox & Sons, The leading house for the manufacture of all kinds of SLATE MANTELS. BEAUTIFUL IN COLOR. EXCELLENT IN FINISH. MADE IN AN V STYLE. AN IMMENSE STOCK. AT LOWEST PRICES And warranted the bent in th^market. Our traced line mantels are Gilt, with best Gold Leaf, which lasts forever, and not with Bronze powder or Metal leaf, which soon turns Black, aud the Beauty of the Mantel Destroyed. Don't be deceived. See our mantels before, pur chasing elsewhere. FACTORY AND SHOW ROOMS Address 527 & 529 Grand St., 2 it 4 Woodward St., Jersey City, N. J CARPETS JIT AUCTION, WILLIAM J. ROUGET, Auctioneer, WILL 8ELL ON THURSDAY, NOV. 21, AT 2 P. HI., AT THOMAS J. STEWART'S Carpet Cleaning Works AND Storage Warehouse Cor. KRIK AND FIFTH STS. Jersey City All Grades of CAR PETS, RUGS LINING, ETC., All Cleaned and Renovated. BURR BREWING CO. LAGER 227 West 18th Street, MBW YORK. PETER T. DONNELLY, PRACTICAL PLUMBER AND GAS FITTER Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. 2BB Washington Street, J. G Ε STUL1TS8 Furnishκχ> all Work Quarante· ο rv».-»rrWr---rr. . · J. £. (I7ÎJS/ K, RESTAURANT AND DINING-ROOM. TABLE BOABtt iiSJ PER WEEK. J 356 Grove Street, Jersey City. I Tablée Heurred tat Ladles LAWYERS. ___· ΓρΗΟΜΑβ Τ. HOOHAS, JR^ LAWyitR.' ΟΡΡΟβΙΤ» i Court Houm, Jenej city Beictau. BEER ONTO. 24! H Sunday Morning News Novelettes. NDIAN VENGEANCE, The Story of a Dusky Princess, HOW OWAISSA WAS DOUBLY WOOED AND WON. By MRS. G. F. GERRY. The Sunday Morning News has tin© largest circulation Irx Hud· 3on County. ta. PRICE, 3 CENTS. SOOD LUCK TO ALL, WHO USE THEM. medical societies Endorse Them» PHYSICIANS Prescribe Them, EVERYBODY Praises Them, and DRUGGISTS Sell Them· S, 4. ATOHER, Prop., Saratof* Sprltg», X. I. CO TO CHARLES WOLF'S lj XXUV VUiUJ<3 JL/UÛ'J} Pocketbooks, Steamer Chairs, Etc. REPAIRING neatly done, sample cases AND TRUNKS MADE TO ORDER. CHARLES WOLF, 58 Cortlandt Street, Ν. Y., COR. GREENWICH. SEE THE ARTISTIC EFFECTS WE PRODUCE WITH OUB LOW PRICED COODS. ΈΪ. c.nsK WALL PAPERS, 138 YORK STREET. & SU3R.3E CUStaST Hmmel's Hair Balsam, THE EXTRACT OF SAGE. la a iuk cure for Dandruff and Scurf -a sur· pr» Tentative «fallut the Falling and Turain* of tb· Hair. Sure Cuire for Baldness I »&o the Fiueec Hair Dressto* in tho nuu-fcac. BOLD AT J. HAMMEL'S, 1 &ËXCBABQB Ρ lack (Taylor's Hot· r/Λ FURNITURE, CROCKERY, CARPETS, GLASSWARE, OIL CLOTHS, LAMPS, BEDDING, CLOCKS, STOVES, WINDOW SHADES RANGES, " CORNICES, BABY CARRIAGES, BAR GOODS, &c. 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 INGRAINS, VELVETS, TAPESTRIES AXMIN8TERS, BODY BRUSSELS, KIDDERMINSTERS, MOQUETTES, WILTONS «See. 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 uaranteed that all goods are as represented. MULLINS & CO. N.B.—Horse Cars from Hoboken, Erie and Pennsylvania K. R. Depots pass our Store. Q VANQUISHES Pat. May 1 and THE NIAGARA Gas Burner wins the prize. It embodies the principle of the famous ROCHESTER LAMP, and is applicable to any gas fixture. Rochester BR WARREN ST. ELECTRICITY Auk. 14* 1889. Perfect w Combustion ^Yields a FLOOD OF LIGHT, soft, steady and beautiful. Agents_W anted. We have 1,800 varie ties of ROCHESTER LAMPS. Lamp Co., HEW YORK. PATENT I =8=>fj§> champion TAXES 1889. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THE Taxes of M are Now Due and payable at the office of the CITY COLLECTOR, in the CITY HALL. UPON ALL TAXES PAID PRIOR TO 20th day of December Neil INTEREST AT THE RATE OP 12 PERCENT. PER AM WILL BE DEDUCTEI from the time of payment to that date. IF NOT PAID UNTIL AFTER 20th day of December, INTEREST AT THE RATE OF 10 PER CENT. PER AMI WILL BE COLLECTE! to date of payment OFFICE OPEN FROM Ο A. M. TO 4 P. M PATRICK H. O'NEILL, City Collector. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN-TAKE NOTICJ that I Thomas J. Stewart wlllsell at puhlto uuc tion on Thursday, November 21,188at two p. m. to the highest bidder, all carpets and other good left with me to be stored and which have been li my possession over one year. According to th< statute· lu such cases made and provided. THOS. J. STEWART. Wm. J. Rovqet, Auctioneer. THOMPSON'S FINE Candies, Chocolates and Bon-Bons Are made Fresh Dally, and of the Purest aad Beet Materials. WBOLESALi: AND RETAIL. No. 56 NEWARK AVENUE. Corporation Notice. Notice is hereby given that on the ira day of November, \m, the Commissioners of Assessment fllod In the office of the Clerk of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners their final assessment map and report for the IMPROVEMENT OF ASTOR PLACE, from SUMMIT AVENUE MONTICELLO AVENUE, by grading, curbing, flagging, relaying flags, laying bridge stone, crosswalks ana paving with Belgiau block pavement, and the same Is now open to pub lic inspection in the office of the Clerk of said Board. And notice is also given that the following etreet· or avenues or particular sections thereof are in cluded in said assessment:— ASTOR PLACE, from SUMMIT AVENUE MONTICELLO AVENUS; CRESCENT AVENUE, from ASTOR PLACE about 101.3 feet east and 122.4* feet west; MONTICELLO AVENUE, (on the south side) from ASTOR PLACE, about 97.66 feet east and 128 feet west; PARK STREET. from ASTOR PLACE to a point about to.jhî reel west tnereor; SUMMIT AVENUE, (on the north side) from ASTOR PLACE. about 95.85 feet southwest and 12L42 feet northeast. And that tne 9th tiny of December, 1889, at tern o'clock a. m., and the meeting room of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners are hereby tlaced as the time and place when and where tne Board of Street and Water Commissioners will meet to bear, consider and adjudicate upon all objections to said assessment and report. All objections thereto must b* presented it writ n$y order of the Board of Street and Water Com missioners. GEORGK T. BOUTON, Clerk. Dated Jersey City. November 8.1889. SHERIFF'S SALE—IN CHANCERY OF NEW JER SEY. Between Constantino Jaser, complainant, aad Charles Miller et ux. et als., defendants. FL fa., for sale of mortgaged premises. Returnable February Term, 1890. Henry Puster. solicitor. By virtue of the above stated writ, to me directed and delivered, I shall eell by public vendue at F. G, Wolbert's Real Estate and Auction Rooms, No. 4Γ Montgomery street, Jersey City, on THURSDAY, the Fifth day of December. A. D. 1889. at two o'clock in the afternoon, all the following described land and premises, with the appurten ances, being the same described In said writ, that is to say:— AU that tract or parcel of land and premises, here· inufter particularly described, situate, lying and being in th· City of Jersey City fformerly Green ville), In the County of Hudson and State of New Jersey, which la known aud distinguished on a •Map of Property Belonging to E. A. Bramhal! and I. W. Dwight, Greenville. Jersey City, N. J.," made by L W. Soper A Co., civil engineer· and surveyors, July, 1818, as lot numbered eighty-nine (89), in block numbered five (5), as laid (lowu on .said map, whioh Is to be filed In the office of the Clerk of the County of Hudson, said lot fronts on the northerly side of Dwlght avenue, as laid down on said map, and 1· twenty (&i) feet in width in front and rear and one hundred and two and one-tenth (11» 1-10) feet in depth on each side, being the same premises conveyed to said parties of the first part by the second part, by deed be&riug even data rrlth said mortgage. Dated October 28,189». ROBERT DAVIS, Sheriff.