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FORESTERS' STATE COURT
WZXO.ITHS MAKISO lltlPAIll xloss ton us j\\stiti tio.v. The OlHcer* Who Will llMutate nod tlie Caatllilatp.1 for (Iranà Chief Rullfei'· Xn Masonic Circliee-Noten About Other Societies. / There is much talk among the Hudson county Foresters relative to the coming establishment of the Grand Court of tlie State of New Jersey, which has not yet been perfected, since the American branch I of the order withdrew from the Ancient Order at the recent Minneapolis conven tion, and changed the name from Ancient Order of Foresters to Ancient Order of Foresters of America. Sixty-Uve delegates from Courts in various parts of the state , will meet next Wednesday at· Koche's : Hall and organize the State Court, elect officers aud prepare a State constitution and by-laws. Deputy High Chief Kauger Joseph Mason, of Paterson, will preside. There was much speculation among the Foresters, especially of the local (Courts, as to who will bo elected High Chief Hanger. Several Chief Hangers of the Jersey City Courts are in the field, and are backed strongly by their respective friends, who are making a lively canvass of the varions court» m the interest of their favorites. Tlie most prominent mentioned are Î Chief Hanger J.F. O'Mealia.of Court Jer sey City, and Chief Kauger Joseph Delo, of Court Hudson. Deputy High Chief Hanger Joseph Mason is prominently spokeu of as a candidate for the high office, and the friends of John J. Miui lian, of Court Jersey City, are working like beavers in his interest. P. C. H. Mar tin J. Flynn, of Court Jereey City, is also in the race till the polls close. The event will be one of the most memorable in the annals of New Jersey Forestry, and every Forester in Hud son county is anticipating α great time next Wednesday. The delegates will meet at nine o'clock a. m. The enthusiasm displayed among the locnl Foresters since the American branch withdrew from the domineering control of English officials, has resulted iu nie esi/tiuiisuuicuL υι α, uumuoi \jî iicv» courts ill Jersey City Two more courts are to be instituted next week, making twenty-seven courts iu the county. The Foresters in this State are just boil ing over with excitement. The institu tion of the State Court is the cause. The offices will not go begging. Candidates are numerous and comDinations are talked of. A large number of delegates were at Roche's Hall last night and dis cussed tne situation. There was a de cided difference of opinion regarding the prospects of the candidates. Several new names were nientiond as possible win ners. The Grand Chief Hanger need not bo chosen from the delegates to the Grand Court and the contest is not limited to the members of the State Court. Brother Thomas Herlihy. who will act as deputy supreme secretary, and assist Deputy Supreme Chief Ranger Mason in the organization of the Grand Lodge, is preparing the roll and papers for the meeting. Deputy S. C. R. Mason will ar rive in this city tomorrow evening. He will visit Court Hamilton and will spend the night at the home of P. C. R. Flaherty. The Jersey City delegates to the Grand Court at their meeting yesterday ap pointed the following committee to re ceive the visiting Courts:—Judge Weed, of Court Pavonia, chairman; J. J. Mini han, of Court Jersey City; D. J. Smith, of Court Pride of the Hill; Terence J. Mc Donald, of Court Pride of Jersey City; Johu De Largey, of Court Littlejohn; and John Hart, of Court DamoD. Arrangements were made to receive the outside Courts On next Wednesday. The Governor and Governor-elect and all the city officials have been invited to attend. lioyal Arcanum. Grand Secretary Robert H. Alberts, ο f Hoboken, said the order is increasing rapidly in the State. Several new councils have been iustltuted since the Grand Council met and the reports of all 4_, the councils show improvements, ι West Hoboken Council needs a proper \ meeting place. Their sessions are now ) held in the hook and ladder company's house adjoining the Town Hall. Hoboken Council will give a series of entertainments this season. The first was on last Friday night. It was a success. Greenville Council has made a good start. It will hold its first business ses sion this evening at the Belvedere House Ancient Order of Foresters of America Court Horsimus will be Instituted this evening at Roche's Hall. The Court will hold a special meeting tomorrow night to elect a delegate to the Grand Court. Jacob Elier, Chief Ranger of Court Damon, is an enthusiastic forester and a brainy fellow. His name has been men tioned as a probable officer of the State Court. Court Jersey City will have a ball at Wood's Hall, on Monday, December 16. Court Hudson Initiated six candidates at their last meeting. Court Pavonia added nine members to the roll at the last session. flrti-irt-. "Pnliaarlf» h η a η. cmlrï nnno to the member securing the largest num ber of propositions of candidates who are admitted during the present quarter. The applications are coming in rapidly, as there is an earnest competition for the prize. The hop of Court Hudson was a pleas * ant affair. Court Bergen will have a grand enter tainment at Bergen Hall on December 13. The Conclave will attend the joint recepiionand exhibition drill at Lexing ton Avenue Opera House, New York, on December 3. The number of Court Harsimus will be 7.T40. It will be instituted by Court Jer sey City, No- 7,129. The present member ship of the new court is forty-seven. Brother Martin J. Flynn, of Court Jersey City, will be the Chief Ranger of the new court. Bayonne Lodge worked the Fellowcraft degree ou Thursday night. Jersey City Lodge worked the second degree ou Friday night. Free and Accepted >1 nions. The members of the order in this vicin ity are pleased with the discussion before the Catholic Congress over removing the bau from the masonic fraternity. They are confident that it is only a question of a short time when the church Will realize I the ouje.'ts of the fraternity and with draw its objections. The lodges have degree work. Hiram Lodire will have a communica tion this evening. Century Lodge will meet tomorrow night. Varick Lodge will work the degrees on Wednesday night. On Thursday night the Lodge of the Temple, Zeredetha, Highland aud Amity Lodges will meet Ionic Lodge, of New York, will have a a reception next Friday night. They have invited the Grand Master of this State and 1>. (i. M. Robert Simpson, of this dis trict. An invitation has been extended to the craft and the lodges in this county will be represented. The reception will be held at the German Masonic Temple, No. 2&I East Fifteenth street. The District IiOdge of Instruction will be held at the rooms of Eagle Lodge at Pohlnianu's Hall next Saturday night. The District Deputy will pay official visits to Zeredetlia and Highland Lodges this week. Independent Order of Odd Fellows. Greenville Lodge of Odd Fellows will repeat their entertainment before the sea son ends. Mozart Lodge worked the last degree on two candidates, and have several more to put through the mill. All the lodges have propositions for membership under consideration. Mayor Grasxmann Is hustling. Ancient Order United Workmen. The charter members of the new lodge will meet at the Avenue House next Thursday night to elect officers. The lodge will be instituted on Noveinlter 83. Unique i-iodge will nave their anniversary L celebration this evening at Messier Hall, it will 1)0 an entertainment ;iud η hop. ix'diie jSotr*. The olllccrs of the Junior Temple of Honor were installed last Thursday night at Hnmboblt Hail. The Temple will give un entertainment next Thursday night. Raymond Lodge, Independent Order of Good Templars, will give a series of en tertainments at Humboldt Hall this win ter. Division No. 11, Α. Ο. H., Was well represented at the funeral of John Jtil livan. Henry Wilson Post, G. A. R., has ar ranged to give a lecture at the Taber nacle on November 21. The lodges of tho Sons of IJberty are advancing rapidly. Jaeger Grove, the Union Hill branch of the Order of Druids, is holding a fair at Himion's Hall. Governor-elect Abbett ami Mayor Haynes, of Newark, are ex pected to visit the fair during the wef k. Good Samaritan 24S, C. B. L., will hold a very important meeting this evening. The council, through bad management,, has rendered itself liable to suspension. Lincoln Circle, composed of the Ladies' Auxiliary to the G. A. R., will probably I give another ball and supper before the season ends. That of last Thursday night at Turn Hall was a success in every re spect. Cinclnnatus Lodge will celebrate its twentieth anniversary by an entertain ment and hop at Roche's Hall on Novem ber 26. MR. MINUGH'S INSURED HORSE. It Ww Killed to Knd Ita Snfterincs and a fcutt May Follow, The carcass of a horse lies in the mud on Van Home street, in the Lafayette dis trict, with a leaden pellet from a police man's pistol in his brain. His lamented demise—for there are mourners over the remains—occurred on Saturday last, and was indirectly occasioned by u spinal trouble peculiar to such animals. The despatching of a horse under such circumstances is usually of no especial moment, but this event is an exceptional one. The sequai to it is that legal battles will be instituted to recover the value of the animal, while it has called forth ad verse criticism on certainmethodsadopted by the local branch of Henry Bergli's Humane Society in New York. The horse belonged to one Minugh, a il η υ aeaier witn ua esiaonsnnieut. on riue streot, near Communipaw avenue. It was a stout animal, a good worker, aud was cousidered of some value. There Is a society in New York that insures horse owners against total loss in the event of their animals' death. Mr. Minugh was one of its many subscribers. Saturday morning, while going through Van Horn street, the horse fell aud was unable to rise. It was evident that the animal was suffering, and Richard Onslow, the S. P. C. Λ. agent in this city, was sent for. He went up to Van Horu street, examined the animal and concluded to put It out of misery. The horse was suffering from some suinal troubles, and death wouiu eventually perform the service Onslow was preparing for. Then he learned of the insurance on its life and despite his iirevlous humane determination he put us pistol, already cocked for action, back in his pocket and refused to act. The poor beast lay all day in horrible agony, from sickness and cold until ten o'clock at night, when word was brought to Captain McKalg. He went over to Van Home street with a policeman. Veterin ary Surgeon "Wilson was summoned and he pronounced the horse incurable. Two citizens who were passing, were retained as witnesses and the horse was shot by Policeman Salmou. Minugh objected to the despatching of the animal on the ground that such a death to his animal would deprive him of the insurance on its life. Captain McKaig, his sympathies only with the horse, refused to consider the interests of the company in the mat ter. Minugh will put in his claim today. The insurance company refuses to recog nize claims when the animal's death is occasioned by other causes than sickness or accident, aud it is possible that it will dispute it. In that event the courts will be resorted to. and unless damages are obtained from the company it is likely that CaDtain McKaig will be called on. He says hie action in the matter was due solely to humane interest in the horse; that anyone in authority would havedone likewise, and that he is willing to stand suit Onslow, the S. P. C. Λ. agent, is severe ly criticized for his part of the matter. ERIE BUILDING AND LOAN. A Quarterly lteport—Some Interesting KecomuiQiulaUoiiN. The Erie Buihliug and Loan Association will hold a regular meeting for the pay ment of dues tonight at Booraem Hall, No. 116 Newark avenue. The regular quarterly meeting will be held at the same time. The report of the association for the last quarter is just issued. It shows re ceipts from all sources to be $31,483.59. There were paid out on mortgage loans $19,843.17; to members on notes, 4891; to members on withdrawals, $4,432.50; aud in payment of notes given by the associa tion, £5,174. The profits were £4,250.39, made up of premiums, $2,556.83; flues paid, $400.80; interest paid, $1,011.68, initiation and transfer fees paid $89; un paid fines, $173.10, and unpaid interest, $18.88. Withdrawing shareholders re ceived $98.50 as interest. The association is said to be one of the most successful in the State, the first series, which has been in existence twenty-one months, having made a profit of $5.67 per share. The management, of the association is very conservative. Its secretary in ttie last report or the Bureau of Labor and Statistic» advocated sworn statements bv all associations at stated periods, and he also favors the appoint ment of officers with power to examine the finances of any association at any time, aud the giving to such officers of power to recommend to the Attorney General proceedings to wind up any as sociation not properly managed. " He would have the State bear the expense of these officials, ile also sugeests the advisability of limiting the amount of money which all association may borrow to ten per cent, of the amount of dues actually paid. The officers of the Erie Association:—President, S. H. Horgan: treasurer, John H. Freeman; secretary and solicitor, James R. Bowen; aud chair man of the.Boardof Management, Patrick McArdle. Looked Like an Attempted llurglary. At two o'clock yesterday morning Pa trolman Hilger, while standing in the shade on the west side of Chestnut ave nue, saw a man acting suspiciously on the opposite side of the street. After in specting two or three of the dwellings the man cautiously oponed the gate and en tered the house, No. 25 Chestnut avenue, occupied by Mr. D. L. Davis and family. When he thought the fellow hud been in there a sufficient length of time the police man crossed the street and caught him with knife in hand trying to force a win dow catch. When taken to the Oakland avenue station the man described himself as Olof Andersen, a Norwegian, aged thirty-eight years, and told conflicting stories as to his home in New York. 1-Ie was locked up on a charge of attempted burglary. 1 Carpet· at Auction, The approaching auction sale of car pets, rugs, etc., at Thomas J. Stewart's carpet cleansing works and storage ware house, corner Erie and Fifth streets, will give every one an opportunity to secure a desirable line of these goods at their own price. Auctioneer William J. Rouget has charge of the sale, which will take place Thursday, November 31, at two o'olock. Schubert Glee Club. The first subscription concert of the Schubert Glee Club will be held at the Tabernacle tomorrow evening. An elaborate programme has been prepared and the concert promisee to be a grand success. The club will be assisted by Miss Mathilda Luiuou, the well-kaowu contralto, and the Now York Vhilhar j moulu Club will be represented by the I following musical artists:—Richard Ar nold, violin; Kriedhald Newman, viola; Chartes Newmipn, violinceUo; Kageiie Wiener, flute; Sebastian I.aender, violin, and August Kalkliof, double bass. Mr. Victor Ilaier will act as conductor, and he will be assisted uy George W. Chesley and Mr. Louie K. Dressier, organist. M'DONALI) IS SfcRENE. Tht; Republicans Would Need the State Militia to Onet Him front the Senate. Edward F. McDonald, Senator-elect from Hudson county, went to his home In Harrison by a late train last Saturday night, and a Jersey City News reporter met him. The fact that Stuhr, the Kern fusion candidate, whom he beat by over 8,000 majority, talks of contesting his seat in the State Senate before the Seuate Election Committee mentioned by the reporter. "It won't amount to anything," Mr. McDonald said. "Those fellows feel pretty mucli swollen up by the coming recount, and threaten to do all kinds of big things. The Republicans might be tempted to oust me, but they'll have to call out the militia to unseat me. .1 have the certiiioate of election. That entitles i me to sit. and I guess I'll be able to find u [ place to sit down, 110 matter what the I Senate Committee may do about it. It is I not likely that they will dare to under take to unseat a man who has η majority ot eight thousand to back him, but if they do why I'll stay there. I'd like to see them put me out. They'd make a great man of me by trying anything of that kind." "The main fear is that they may be prompted to unseat you to helD them secure a majority in the next Senate," su trues ted the reporter. "It would not help them in the next Seuate to throw me out of this," was Mr. McDonald's response. "Each Senate is I.. J *1.., .. ,ϊ members, and Ï can content for ray seat before each Senate that sits duriiig the term for whfch I have been elected. If they were to do anything like that this year the Senate would be so overwhelm ingly Democratic next year as to assure me of admission. It wouldn't help them a bit next year to do a crooked piece of work this year." GESKUIttEN VERELNS "HUMOlt." Clever Amateure Amuse a Large Audi ence at Kexnler's. A large German audience occupied Kessler's upper hall last evening to wit ness an excellent musical and dramatic entertaiment given by the Geselligen Verein "Humor," of the Heights. Over tures and selections by Eckert's Orches tra constituted an acceptable preliminary concert, which was followed by the farce "Das Toiletten Geheitnnisz, or "The Secrets of the Toilette," cleverly enacted by Mmes. Weishaupt and Kogzbach and Messrs. M. Meyer and Joseph Wig· hardt. All the characters were well sustained, but Mrs. lioszbacb, as Caroline, rhe Maid, brought down the house by her natural impersonation of her character. Each lady was presented with baskets of beau tiful llovvers. The Schubert trio. Messrs. Valentine Bruckner, Alfred and Charlee Ackerman, with the tumbleroiiicon, guitar anil mandoline, rendered exquis ite music and received a deserved encore. The one-act comedy "Quid pro Quo'' was presented with the cast:—Hanpt inann Maats, Edward Bretz; Marie, his wife, Frau Weishaupt; Friderite, theii daughter, Fran Roebaeli; Dorothe, maid at the Maas, Frau Bretz: Peter, a servant, War Weishaupt; a Monk, Tiieo. Gliedt. At mignigl't a hop was begun and a large company participated, under the direction oi the floor committee:—Ch.-irlet Schurr, Edward Bretz and Charles Seitu, Messrs. D. Feist, W. Weiehaupt and Her man Hope were the Reception Commit tee, and all the arrangements were In charge of Theo. Gliedt, Joseph Wighardl aud M. Meyer. A GRAND CHARITY CONCERT. Two Hundred Voices of tlie Iiasbroucli Glee Club to oing for tlie Hoiuen. A grand vocal and instrumental concerl will be given at the Tabernacle on Thurs day evening, December 19, by the Has brouck Glee Club of two hundred voices, assisted by Mr. Baier, Mr. Zingsheini Mr. Case and Mr. Weenig, the faculty ol the . Hasbrouck School of Music. Mr Weenig will fnrnish his full N. G. or chestra, and the whole programme wii. be under the direction of Mr. Victoi Baier, which insures the success of the entertainment. The entire proceeds are to be equal 1} divided between the Children's Home and the Home of the Homeless, two In stitutions of our city whioh are entirely dependent, in the good they are doing, upon a generous public. Both these or phan homes are in need of money, so thai in patronizing this concert one will nol onlv enjoy a rare musical treat, but wili have the satisfaction of knowing that the dollar he pays for his ticket will go tc benefit some poor child. The Tabernacle will, no doubt, be filled with an uunreeiative audience. Ilobokeii Democritllc Cimfereeu, Thie evening Jersey City Democrat* will confer with Hobokeu brethren tc arrange tor the inauguration oi Governoi Abbett. The Hobôken Committee ol Conference will be Joseph Kemp. W. Talion, P. Bouselet, Joseph Welnthal, H. M. Cook, Police Commissioner Coyle, Tnomas F. Callahau, Councilman Stan ton, It. Hangers, City Clerk McDermott, M. Nelson, James Bollard and Charles Darcey. An Old Lady's Paiuful Accident. Mrs. Williums, an octogenarian, resid ing at No. 288 Fourth street, while on lier way to church last evening, fell ou the sidewalk at the corner of Second street and Jersey avenue and broke her hip. Patrolman McDonough aud a citizen pro cured a rocking chair and carried her in it to her home, where she received surgi cal aid. DASHES ABOUT TOWN. This evening the Andrew Parker As sociation will hold its annual bull at Kessler's Hall. The anniversary of Unique Lodge No. 8s, United Order of Ancient Workmen, will be appropriately celebrated at Kess ler's Hall. The Monmouth Coterie will hold their grand annual ball at Oakland Kink this evening. The Sumner Association of Odd fellows will hold a reception at Cooper Hall on next Thursday evening. The Boston Employees' Association are making elaborate preparations for their opening reception at Teutouia Hall on Weduesduy evening, December 4. Micnael Conuertou, of No. 30 Bright street, was arraigned before Justice Stil siue by Policcmau Levins, who eaid that lie was drunk yesterday and fighting with his wife. The wife did not appear against him, but the Justice sent Conner ton to the Penitentiary for thirty days. James Brown, un οία offender, was sent to tho County Jail this moruing by Jus tice Stilsing. He was chasing a number bovs across a vacant lot when Policeman Levins arrested him. Brown said that the boys annoyed him with a bean shoot er, but the policeman said the boys were some distance from him when he began his attack on them. The annual ball of the Oriole Social Club, will take place on Wednesday night next at Turn Hall. Court Bergen, A. O. F., will give an entertainment at Bergen Hall on the evening of December 12, which will be followed by a hop. The Madrigal Boys, of New York, have beeu engaged for the occasion. The Fisk Dramatic Association will Çive an entertainment in Bergen Hall on hanksgiviug evening. A. Portal Delivery for Nortli Mud h on, There ts an effort being made to have ! mail delivered at Weehawken from the ! Iloboken Post Office. West iloboken and ' ! Guttenberg are also included in tne plan. ! ; If this Is (lone salaries iu all departments I will be increased. ! JSMZA 8CRIBNEK IN COURT AGAIN. The Man Who Volunteered to Look Out I for lier la Sick of the «Job. Eliza Scribner, the young girl who ι some time ago claimed to have been de serted by a man with whom she lived for a while at the Philadelphia Hotel in this city, was before Justice Stilsing this morning. When arrested some time ago she said j she had run away from hor home iu New foundland, N. J., and that while she was ! here she met a man who deceived and de- I eerted her. A gentleman living on Pavonia avenue : took compassion on the girl, and gave her ! a home, l«ast evening the gentleman j came to police headquarters and said that | the girl must "be taken from his home. The first few days that she was there he said that her conduct was all that could be desired, but on Saturday evening a man who, she said, was the man she lived with at the hotel, visited her and i asked her why she did not come out even ings and enjoy herself. Since then, the I gentleman says, he has been able to do I nothing with her. Detective Clos took the eirl to head quarters and kept her in the detention room. In court this morning the detect ive said that he had learned that Eliza was a married woman. The girl volun teered to stay at the stution ana said that she could not tell why she had acted in : the manner complained of. Hie Mother Says He's Worthless. Thomas McDonald, aged eleven years, ! was arraigned before Justice Stilsing this 1 morning upon complaint of John Ham mil, of Fourth street. Mr. Ilainmll ac cused the lad of stealing his oyster barrels ι ami burning them. McDonald's mother said he was a worthless young man. and she wanted him taken care of. Ht was held. l'alma Club Ladies' Xight. Next Thursday evening will be ladies' j night «it the Palma Club. There will be dancing from eight until twelve. Ou Saturday night December 7, the boys will have tu el r stag party, mis promises to ι be a "great" alTair. To Mother*. For upwards of fifty yeaw "Miis. Win s low's ι Soothing Syrup" ha* beeu used by millions of mother* for their children while tetrhintç with never-falling safety and success. It sootheà the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, regulates the bowels, cures wind colic and is the beet remedy for diarrhœa. "Mrs. Winhlow's Soothing 8yri;i*" ttu ι ψ is for sale by druggists in every part οι the world Price twenty-five cents a bottle.*** J OB PRINTING. CHEAPEST! QUICKEST! NEATEST! ALL KINDS OF WORK DONE IN THE MOST FINISHED MAN NER AND AT THE MOST REA SONABLE HATES IN THE JOB DEPARTMENT OF TH E Jersey City News Establishment, BILLHEADS, LETTERHEADS, 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 A ND REPORTS OF TESTIMONY A SPECIALTY. LEAVE YOUR ORDERS AT THE OFFICE OF THE Jersey City News, No. 80 MONTGOMERY STREET [Wtiloii Building], ! JERSEY CITY. 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 ANY STYLE. AN IMMENSE STOCK. AT LOWEST PRICES And war ran tod tlie best lu the market. Our traced ltue rnautols are Gilt, with best Gold Leaf, which lasts forever, and not with Bronze powder or Metal leaf, which soon turns Black, and the Beauty of the Mantel Destroyed. Don't be deceived, bee our mantels before pur chasini: elsewhere. FACTORY AND SHOW ROOMS Address 527 & 529 Grand St., 2 <fc 4 Woodward St., Jersey City, N. J FRANK J. HAKLY, FURNITURE Carpet, Bedding, Oil Cloth and Stove φ WAREHOUSE, ♦ 203 Newark Ave. Three Doore above Jersey Avenue. J. C. BURR BREWING CO. LAGER BEER 227 West 18th Street, ι I WBW -SrOjElU:. / <300D LUCK TO ALL WHO USE THEM. •3EDIC/L SOCIETIES Endorse Them, PHYSICIANS Prescribe Them, EVERYBODY Praises Them, ana DRUGGISTS Sell Them. ft· A. ATCHEB, Prop., Saratoga Springe, H. *. A URGE STOCK __ or — Rugs, Lace Curtains, desks, Rogers' Sifverware, AND OTH£B USEFUL HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES, FOB CASH OR OR TIME. Call auui Eratnlii. Them. GEORGE E. WATSON, 61 Montgomery St. IraiB WILLIAM J. ROUGET, Auctioneer, WILL SELL ON THURSDAY, NOV. 21, AT » P. M.f THOMAS J. STEWART'S Carpet Cleaning Works ANI» Storage Warehouse Cor. KKIK AND FIFTH STS. Jersey City All Grades of CARPETS, RUGS LINING, ETC., All Cleaned and Renovated. CHARLES WOLF'S Jj JL 1 U Ï UillltW, UU^Uj Pecketbcoks, Steamer Chairs, Etc. repairing neatly done, sample cases AND TRUNKS MADE TO OIlDEii. CHARLES WOLF, 58 Cortland! Street, M, Y., COR. GREENWICH. IN SEASON AT Post's fca Food Market, 253 WARREN STREET, Fresh Salmon, Blue Point Oysters, Spanish Muckerel, Rockawav Frogs' Legs, Morris Cove " Lake Baas, Shrewsbury " White Fish, East Kiver " Smelts, Scollops, And All Other Kinds of Fresh Fish in Season. Pure Cod Liver Oil by the Bottle, Pint, Quart or Ga,llon. Telephone Call, 184 B. CH «CHESTER'S ENGLISH Λ penwyroyal pgus. lied Cross l>iamond Briimi. uf Τ ho only reliable pill for sale. $c.fo an ! pill for sale, .'«♦c.i'o nnd sare. Lndk- M awk Dnijrcivt for tu-.. IHu xnond !iri»nd, in r<*d luet»Uieba*es, βειι'.- ' bluurlbocu. Take do other. Scud 4c. _ . (stumps) for particular» and "lielicf i'oi· 1 Ladle*." in letter, by inaU. Jfanut Paper, Chlchcstcr Chemical Co.. Maûleoa t e·, l'hllatla, l'a. CJEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED AT C: the office of the Boom of Street and Water Commissioners ou Monday. November 18. ma», at 10 oViOcfc a. m„ for the work and materials attendant ou tiie building of a NEW POLICE HEADQUARTERS AND FIRST PRE CINCT POiJCIi STATION, in accordance wlth'olans and spccitlcatione on file in the office of .sulci Board. Blank form sol proposal ties can be had by up plying at the office of the Blunk forms οι proposals and agreement of sûre tés can be had by upplving at the office of the Chief Engineer, corner of Jer.*ay aveuuu and Mercer street, ho bidding will Le divided into live sections, as follows:— 1st, Mason work. yd. Plumbing and GasQttiug, etc. 4th, Steam Heating. 5th, Filing and Capping The bidding' for each Item to he individual, and a lump sum uamed for the same, but this will not preclude a bidder from combining all tho items and naming a figure for tho entire work complete, aud if proposals are presented for the entire work complete any one of which is lower than the aggregate sum of the lowest bids for indi vidual items, this Hoard will exercise the privilege of awarding the contract entire,but also reserves the right to reject any or all bids if deemed for ti.e best iin erest or the city so to do. Bids must lie enclosed in sealed envelope-;, en dorsed "Proposals for (item specified) Police Head quarters. etc.," directed to "E. A. Dugan, EtQ* Chairman of Committee ou Public Buildings and Docks,»· and banded to the clerk or the Board In open meeting, when called for In the order of business relating to sealed proposals. No city official will be accepted as surety, nor will a substitution of sureties be allowed. By order of the Boaru of Street ana Water Com missioners. GEORGE T. BOUTON, Clerk. Dated Jersey City, November 11, 1839. Corporation Notice. XJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON THE 4TH day of November, 1889, the Commissioners of Assessment iliea in the office of the Clerk of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners their final assessment map aud report for the construction °f * SEWER IN NEPTUNE AVENUE, from a point <*> feet east of Ocean avenue to Garfield avenue, and the same is now open to public inspec tion iu the office of the Clerk of said Board, And notice is alio given that the following streets or avenues or particular sections thereof arc In cluded iu said assessment: NEPTUNE AVENUE from OCEAN AVENUE to a point about 10O feet west of Garfield avenue. OCEAN AVENUE from GARFIELD AVENUE, about 25 feet north and 25 feet south. And that the 9th day of December, 1889, at 10 o'clock a. in., and the meeting room of the Board of Street ami Water Commissioners, are hereby fixed as the time aud place when and where the Board of Street· aud Water Commissioners will meet to hear, consider and adjudicate upon all objections to said assessment and reuort. AU objections thereto must be preseuted In writ ing. By order of the Board of Street and Water Com missioners. GEORGE T. BOUTON, Clerk. Dated Jersey City, November 8,1839. rpo WHOM IT MAY CONCERN-TAKE NOTICE 1 that I Thomas J.Stewart wlllsell ut public auc* tlon on Thursday, November lil, 188:», at two p. m. to the highest bidder, all carpels end other goods left with me to be stored anu which have »weu in mv possession over one year. According to the frtàtutee in such cases made and provided. THOS. J. STEWART. Wm. J. Bovost, Auctioneer. tlEICIITt I FOR CASH OE CEEDIT. Chinchillas, $6.75. Better Cms, $8.50, The Best, $13 50. Beavers, Meltons, Kerseys, $12.50, $16,50, $18,50. Montagnacs, our exciiisive st|Usf $22.00 The lost Fastidious Can Find what He is Look ing for at Our Store. We draw special attention to the make and fit of onr Overcoats and to the fact that we keep in repair for one year, free of charge, everv carment linno-lif, nf no Cloaks, Plash Sacques, JACKETS, Ktc. In this Department our .issonT.nE.YT is so / .mae, STYLES SO EXCLUSIVE, MATERIALS SO EXCELLENT, .I.V/J» PRICES SO LOW it is no wonder The Cloak Business of this Town IS DONE AT OUR STORE. THE TERMS OF CREDIT will be made to suit the convenience of each customer. Sternberg & Sherman? 36 NEWARK AVE., Opposite Cilv Hall, JERSEY CITY. Time Your Wateli Bj Stewart's Clock.' j Thos. J. Stewart, NEW. KLEGANT STORAGEWAREHOUSE, AND BIAMMOUTH CARPET CLEANSING WORKS, Erie and Filth Sts., J. C. TELETHONE CALL. 105 J. C. The Storage Department accessible by Ele- ! vator and entirely separate from the Carpet Cleansing Works. A CORDIAL· INVITATION is extended to all ι ο 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. All Safeguard* Against Fire, Burglars, ; Etc. Ν. Y. BRANCH. 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 L have no connection with any other establishment. ELEVATED RAILROAD. IiUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES TO ALL I parties interested that the Central Elevated ! Transit Company, a corporation <«f the State of New Jersey, lias illed a petition with the Board of Λ hier men. asking permisinn to locate, construct, , maintain and operate an Elevated Rullroad over ; and alone the following route in Jersey Citv:— ! Commencing ut or near the ferry house of tho Cen- , tral Railroad of New Jersey at Communipawon the Hudson River; the nee ο ^er private property to the easterly end of Johnston avenue; thence wost- ; erly over and nloui; Johnston avenue to and across Grand street to the easterly end of Oswego street; I thence westerly over and along Oswego street to th«* westerly end thereof , thence westerly across ; private property crossing Coraelison avenue. Clif- ; ton place and Summit avenue to the easterly end of Jewitt avenue; thence westerly over and along Jewett avenue to aud across West Side avenue; i together with the right to cross all Intermediate ; streets ana avenues. And thnt saict Board has ap ! oolnted Friday, November 29,1889, at eight p, m., at | the Alderuianlc Chamber in the City Mall as the time and place when and where they will consider ; the said application and hear all ρ artles Interested j therein. Dated November 13,1880. JOHN E. SCOTT, City Clerk. ! SEE THE ARTISTIC EFFECTS WE PRODUCE WITH OUB LOW PRICED GOODS. îî. C. FISK, WALL PAPERS, 138 YORK STREET. Ν OTICE OF SETTLEMENT. ! Notice is hereby given that the account of the ' subscriber, administrator of John W. Morton, j deceased, will be audited and stated oy the Surro gate of *tho County of Hudson, ami reported for settlement on Saturday, the 18th dav of Jauuary, 1*9 Dated November 9, A. D., 1889. ISAAC ROMAINE. XT UUCIS Ο Ft ETTL Κ MEN Τ. Notice is hereby given that the account of the subscriber, administratrix of Leonard Cotton, deceased, willb«audited and stated by the >-urro gave of the County of Hudson, aud reported for ; settlement on Saturday, the 18th day of January, ishu. Dated November 13, A. D.. 1S8'J. MARUARET D. COTTON. S UltllOGA TE'S NOTICES. Notices to Creditor·. Ί\τ 0T1CE TO CREDITORS.—ESTATE OF ADAM R. λ* Dill, deceased. John F. Joline, administrator, with will annexed, of Adam R. Dill, deceased, by order of the surrogata of Hudson covnty.daied Sep tember 2», 1889, hereby Rives notice to the creditors of said decedent to bring iu their debts, de mands ami claims against the estate of said de cedent under oath or affirmation within nine months from the date of said order, or they will b· forever barred of any action therefor against said administrator. JOHN' P. JOLINE N OTICE TO CREDITORS.—Estate of Philip E. J Schmidt deeeaeed—Magdalena Schmidt, execu trix of Philip E. J. Schmidt, deceased, 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 amrma'ion within nine months from the date of paid order, or they will be forever barred of any ac tion therefor against said executrix. MAGDALENA SCHMIDT. Notice to creditors.-estate of ralph Elliott Eager, deceased. — Fanny B. Eager, David S. Uncles and Willie m Brinkerhoff, executors of Ralph Elliot Eager,deceased, by order of the Surro gate of Hudson county, dated September 4. 1889. here by give notice to the creditors of 3aid decedent to bring in their debts, demands and claims against the estate of said decedent, under oath or affirma tion within nine months from the date of said order, or they will be forever barred of any action therefor against said executors. FANNY R EAGER. DAVID S. UNCLES. WILLIAM BRINKERHOFF, \Γ0ΓΓ:ΕΓ Ο CRED1TORS.-ESTATE OF CHARLES 1Λ F. Clark, deceased—Kosa A. Clark, executrix of Chartes F. (. lark, deceased, by order of the Deputy Surrogate of Hudson County, dated August 19, lew. 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 nr affirmation within nine months from the date of raid order, or they will be forever barred of any action therefor against said Executrix. ROSA A. CLARK. Ν JOTÏCE TO CREDITORS. Estate of August Henry Grunthal, deceased, Anna ί-ophia Grunthal, executrix, August Henry Grunthal deceased, by order of the Deputy Surro gate of Hudson county, dated October 11. 188?», 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 oath or affir mation within nine months from the date of said order, or they will be for ever barred of any action rhiTpfm· Air ηΙιικγ snirl i-x«ciit.rlc. ANNA SOPHIA GRUNT HAL·. Notice to creditors—estate of fred eriok William Maurer, deceased; Charlotte Maurer, executrix of Frederick William Maurer, deceased, by order of the Deputy Surrogate or Hudson County, dated September 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 oatfe-or affirma tion within nine mouths from the date of said order, or they will be forever barred of any a©· tiou therefor against said Executrix. CHARLOTTE MAURER. Notice to creditors.-estate of johan Miesner, deceased. Christian Miesner, admin istrator of Johan Miesner, deceased, by order of the Surrogate of Hudson County, dated July 81, 1885», hereby Hives notice to the creditors of said de cedent to bring iu their debts, demands and claims against the estate of said decedent, under oath or affirmation, within nine months from the date of said order, or they will be forever barred of any action therefor against said administrator CHRISTIAN MIESNER. VTOTICE TO CREDITORS.-ESTATE OF JOHN 1Λ Montgomery, deceased, Daniel Black and John Means, Executors of John Montgomery, deceased, by oruer of the Surrogate of Hudson County, dated October 14, 1889, hereby gives notice to the cred itors of sait! decedent to bring in their debts, de mands and claims against the estate of said dece dent, under oath or affirmation, within nine months from the date of said order, or they will be forever barred of any action therefor against said executors. DANIEL BLACK. JOHN MEANS. Notice· of Settlement. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT.—NOTICE IS HEREBY given that the account of the subscriber, Ad ministrator "de bonis non" with will annexed of John S. Tuttle. deceased, will be audited and stated by the Surrogate of the Couuty of Hudson, and re ported for settlement on Saturday, the fourth day of January, 1890. Dated October 81, A. D. 1889. JOHN a VAN SAUN. -VTOTICE OF SETTLEMENT.—NOTICE IS HEREBY ίΛΙ given that the account of tha subscriber, ex ecutrix of John Boyd, deceased, will be audited and stated by the uorrogate of the County of Hudson, and reported for settlement on Saturday, the fourth day of January, 1890. Dated October 19, A. D. 1889. CHARITY BOYD. J^OTICE OF SETTLEMENT. Notice is hereby given that the account of the subscriber, guardian of James Anglesey, a minor, will i>e audited and stated by the Surrogate of the County of Hudson, and reported for settlement on Saturday, the litn day of December next. Dated October 10, A. D.. 1889. PATRICK. CURIUuAX.