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ABBETT'S REAL MAJORITY.
THE TOT AT* VOTE OF THE STATE OFFICIALLY FOOTED VP. The Prohibition Vote Less Tlian 7,000— Assembly Candidates Λνΐιο Received Over 1,000 Majority Each—Other State News. The previously published reports of the official returns of the late election have been imperfect. The full returns on file In Secretary of State Kelsey's office in Trenton show Abbett's plurality to be 14,262. The total vote was:—Abbett, 138, 410; Grubb, 128,148; La Monte, 6,858. Aobett's majority is the highest since Parker's in 1862, and within five huDdred of that. The total vote is about 50,000 more than in 1886, and 35,000 less than in 1888. The Prohibition vote in 1888 was 7,149, showing a decrease this year of a bouc three hundred. The Republicans re-elected Senators Gardner, Kue and Cranmer. and Assem blymen Hudson, Harris, Cole, Chesmau, Price, West, Norris, Ward, Voorhees and Ulrich (10). The Democrats returned Senator Werts and Assemblymen l)e Ronde, Trier, Kallsch, Heppen heimer, Fagau. Martin,Trimmer, Schroth, Naughright., Klotz, Bale, Marsh and Hoover (13). Messrs. Hutchingson and Potts, Republicans, have been former members of the Assembly, making a total of twenty-five old members of the two «ortîoa οnrl ViïMnrrînc thirtV-flve TieW to the halls οf legislation. Twelve Assemblymen received over 1,000 majority each, the heaviest being the Camden, First, Republican, by 2,606; Passaic, First, 2,291 Republican; Hudson, Second, 1,834 Democratic; Kssex, Tenth, 1,719 Republican; Essex, Third, 1,699 Re publican; Hudson. First, 1,689 Demo crat; Hudson, Seventh. 1,347 Demo cratic; Mercer; First, 1,114 Republican; Monmouth, First, 1,100 Democratic; Bur lington, Third, 1,093 Republican. Warren, Second, 1,077 Democratic; Hudson, Fourth, 1,065 Democratic. A Disappointed Undertaker. On Saturday there appeared in several papers a statement that James McLaugh lin, of Orange, had been drowned in the Hudson River while on his way to New burg. The author of the story was J. Brown, of No. 418 Bank street, who as serted that he jumped overboard to help McLaughlin, but he could lend no assist ance. At present the story seems to be a clean cut fake. On Saturday afternoon the supposed dead man walked into his father's house well and sound and said that he was in Doddtown when he was supposed to be in the water. In the mean time Undertaker Thomas Dowd had driveu to New York with an order for McLaughlin's carcass, which was sup posed to be in a morgue on Twenty-sixth street. He failed to tlnd it. The Court of Error». The November term of the Court of Errors and Appeals opened at Trenton this morning. There are forty-fourcasesonthe list. Opinions will be read tomorrow morning in a large number of cases. The most most important of the local cases on the list for the next term are:— Fannie L. Dinwiddie Smith, Exr,, &c., v. The Mayor and Aldermen of Jersey City. W. R. Barricklo; Robert S. Hud speth. The Point Breeze Ferry and Improve ment Compauy and Daniel T. Bragaw, et al., Ex'rs. Collins & Corbin; C. H. Wi n fleld. Selecting Hie Own Successor. * Before preaching his sermon yesterday morning in Trinity Church, Newark. Rev. J. Sanders Reed made an address to his congregation. He said he sincerely hoped that by one week from next Sunday the vestrymen would have made their selec tion as to who would be their pastor. He hoped the vestrymen and congregation would act in unison. He said he knew it was not customary, but he should like to make the selection for them. It is said that he favors Rev. Dr. Curry, of Phila delphia, and that he has already been called. The Waverly and Ν. Y. Road IKnjoined. The blockade on the Newark & Eliza uclu luau iitia ueeu icmuvou. xuc lwu , locomotives which tne Central Kailroad Slaced on the tract at the point on the 'ewark Meadows, where the Waverly & New York Bay railroad desired to cross have been removed, but there is a bigger obstruction still in the way. It is au in junction procured by the Central Com pany. That the new road will eventually cross the mosquito road is beyond doubt, and the crossing will be made at grade. AGAINST THE L ROAD. The Second Session of Protest Held at Mr. Slefke'g Office. About a dozen and a half gentlemen, presumably property owners along Jewett, Johnstone and Kairmount ave nues, held their second session of protest against the proposed elevated railway along those thoroughfares at J. J. Siefke's office, corner of Jewett and Sum mit avenues, Saturday evening. Inasmuch as circulars of invitation had been issued I supposed the meeting was to have been public. "What paper do you represent?" said a florid faced gen tieman to me when he saw me approach the secretary and ask for some prç limiuary information. "The Jersey City News," I replied. "Well, you can't attend this meeting. That paper is too bitter against the op position to the elevated road," or words to that effect. "Is the refusal to allow me to remain a matter of newspaper prejudice?" I asked. "No, sir," chimed in another gentle man. "We don't want any reporters present. At the proper time we will give you whatever information we may deem lit to make public." "Excuse me for asking the question, gentleman, but why should a matter of general public importance be transacted in secret. You have issued a public cir cular," and I produced the said circular. "Are you not willing that other inter ested property holders shall know what was transacted here tonight?" There was a dead silence for several moments, which was finally broken by one of the gentlemen sitting near by, who a march on us in secret, and we've got to light them in the dark with their own weapons." Then I asked if they were willing to give me a list of the names of those who attended. This was strenuously objected to. "Will you co-operate with the Jewett heirs in their protest to be submitted to the Board of Aldermen next Tuesday eve ning?" I next ventured. "This is entirely a separate matter. We have nothing to do with the protest of the Jewett heirs," was the answer. "You may state," continued my in formant, "that we are mainly poor men who have worked hard for a home of our own on Jewett avenue,and are not willing to have our little all lessened in value and ourselves ridden over by a rich corpora tion. We are not opposed to public im provements. We are in favor of an ele vated road from the river to the brow of the hill, and continuation this side the hill by a surface cable road." "There is not one of us who objects to the elevated railroad clear through if we are properly compensated—and— At this moment another gentlemen ap proached, and taking me by the arm asked if I had not secured enough in formation of a secret meeting, and politely requested me to retire, as the meeting was about to be called. Knlght-Lenhaueer. At the home of her parents, at No. «2 Academy street, Miss Nana Lenhauser was married Saturday to Mr. Alonzo Knight, of New York. The bride was charmingly attired in an electric bine silk and carried a boqnet. The groom was dressed in the regulation evening dress. The Rev. \V. Eakins, of Simpson Church, officiated in α graceful manner, and the occasion was as nappy a one as a marriage should l>e. Miss Voelker was bridesmaid and Mr. Pugh attended the groom. Among the others who were present at the reception were:—Mrs. Washburn, Mrs. Gibbon, Miss K. (Jurran, Miss Chambers, Mrs. Chambers, Mrs. Grellet, Misses K. and A. Chichester, .Miss Morris, Mr. Blender aud Miss Blender. The young couple will pass their honey moon in the South. RAI LROAD NOTES. Complaints are frequent among pas sengers by the Erie Railroad of unneces sary detention in the passage way lead ing from the enrs to the ferry, on their arrival at the depot in this city. They say they are kept in the enclosure until the ferry bell rings, and then the gates are opened and a wild rush for the boat ensues, with many missing the latter. Train boys on the Erie Railroad seem to be in hard luck these days. I'assengers are not liberal in purchasing the wares; the kids' commissions are,in consequence, very small, and the boys are soon bank rupt and have to look for something else to iio. REAL ESTATii TRANSACTIONS. Official Record of Last Week's Trauefem nnrl IHnvtirao-Aa. JERSEY CITY. Francis M. Davenport to Eliza G. Ban nard, lot80, Map Sherwood, 25x100 $1 Adolph Miller ro Cbarles Hill, w s Webster ave, 215 ft s of Bowers st, lot 25x100 4,450 Emilie Hespe to F. ^..Pfiester, lots 528 and 29 blk b, map C. Hespe, ea 25x10:.) 550 Joseph Hentsch to Babetta Schmitt, lot 15, bk A, map C.Hespe ... . 400 Elizabeth Loesch to David D. Cawley, 1 s w s Oak st, 135.4 e of Jackson av, 17x 100 2,240 Same to same, s s Oak st, 99 ft e of Jack son ave 2^240 Samuel S. Ellis to Joseph N. Wheelihan, e 1-2, lot 46, map R. Van Reyper.... 1,200 Ex of John Levy, et al by shef to Lewis Fischer, s s Newark av, 88.6 west of R R ave, 39.4x88 11,121 David M. Demarest to Henry M. T. Beek man, s e cor Jersey av and First st, 25x 42 2,200 Lewis Levy to same, same as above 1 H. M. T. Beekman to Lewis Fischer, s s Newark ave, 83.6 ft w of Railroad ave, 39.4x88 1,900 Elizabeth N. Coles to Michael T. Connolly, lot 26, blk 112, Coles map 1,000 Same to same, lot 27, blk 112, Coles map.. 1,000 William G. Bu rusted to Lawrence Broder ick, η cor Monitor and Lafayette sts, J lOx 112 3,300 Hubert Eggler et ux to Bridget O'Neill, s s Sussex st, 166.6 ft w of Warren st, 22x100 4,100 John F. Schmidt et ux to Martin Morrissey, s s 7th st, 16.4 ft e of Monmouth st, 50x1(5.4 2,200 Exr William Fairchild to Jennie F. Ben dict, e s Erie st. 37.9 ft η of 8th st, I8xî5. 4,500 Exr Anna E. Miller to John Anderson et al, lots 31 and 21, blk 209, asst map J C.. 6,335 Fritz Posser et ux to Geo H. Theissenger, lot 56, bk 7, map Baldwin & Gilchrist— 5,000 Ex Anna E. Muller to James F. O'Neill, lot 29, bk 209, asst map J C 2,640 Same to Helen Somers, lot 24, bk 209, same map 6,300 Nicholas G. Vreeland to Thomas Hanne gan, lot 15, bk 504, map N. G. Vreeland, 20x69 1 Thomas Hannegan to John L. Keller, same as above 1 John L. Keller to Thomas Hannegan, same as above 1 WEST ΗΟΒΟΚΕΧ. Delia A. Scott to Peter Baker, lot 63, map E. Du Bois 800 Peter Bauman et ux to Charles Troppler, lot 23, bk 114, map Jacob Hunter 3,000 Lungi Tagliabil et ux to Adolfo Parentine, s s Paterson ave, 125 f t w of West st, 25x 100 3,300 UNION TOWNSHIP. James H. Seymour to Catherine Metzinger, lot 261, bk 8, Map J. H. Symes 750 ΗΟΒΟΚΕΝ. John G. Hilliard to Harry E Anzer, s si 7th st. 55.8 w of Washington st., 19.4x46. 4,900 Hoboken Land & Impt Co. to John Run ton. e s Bloomfield st., 288 1-2 s of 11th st, 19 1-2 x75 6,686.19 Julia F. sschuhardt to Chas. A. Barnickle, s w cor of Paterson av and Jackson st, Same to same, θ s Adams st. 100 ft η of 7th Samuel B. Dodd et ux to Annie S. Engels, ο s Bloomfleld st, 65 ft η of 6th et, 18x75.. 5,9 Minna Buttlar to Andrew Lebert, w s Clin ton st, 100 ft η of 1st at. 50x100 17,8 BAYOKNE. Irwin Cadmus, et ux to Jane Ely, s w s east 25 ft, 425 ft s e of Ave D, 25x145 5i Helen Cadmus to Charlotte Kline, s w s e 25th st, 150 ft s e of Ave D, 85x148 4 John Van Buskirk to Bergen Neck R'way Co, int c of prop belonging R'hvy of 2 pt and e of small creek, being divis sd Jno Van Buskirk and Peter C. Doremus, 0,004-1,000 acres 85,000 I Luther Van Buskirk, et ux, to James W. · Elsworth, s cor Ave A and 89th st, 41 χ Hiram M. Burch. et ux, to Francis L. Sha fer, beg cor Silver st and Bergen Pt PI Rd 4,2 Frank Duter to John J. Meyers, η e si 24th st, 125 ft η w of Ave B, 150x81.78 John J. Meyers, et ux. to Nathalia Drex ter, same as above Katherine V. R. Imbrie to W. Henny, s s w Thirteenth st, 200 ft e of Ave B, 50x100 2 Same to Catherine Tliomsey, η s North st, 182-10 η of Linden st 3 HARRISON. Adam Gilbert to J F. Leonhard, e s Lot 1 Map for Staals, S. Morris, 44x150 Robert Fleming et ux to Mary A LjTich \v s John st. at η e cor lot 12 Map Williams & Arrowsmith 2 Mary A Lynch to Margaret Fleming, same as above 2 KEARNEY. Dwight Β Fuller et ux to William H Brown, e s Chestnut st, 400 ft s of Oak wood ave... 3 GDTTENBERG. Daniel H. Whilliam et ux to Matthiaj Klein, Lot 82 Bk 34 Map Guttenberg 1 Matthias Klein to William Bell, same as above 1 MORTGAGES. JERSEY CITY. Mary M. Morse to Elemetine K. Corbin, s ο s Pine st, 109 ft s w of Communipaw ave, 1 yr 2 Robert P. Young to E. VV. Kingsland, exr, ses Clerk st, 805 ft s w of Bramhall ave, 2 yrs 2 David D. Cawly to Lafayette Μ Β & L Ass, s s Oak st, 99.8 ft e of Jackson ave, ins.. 3,0 Edward Wiegel to Hudson City Savings Bk. lot 52, map Davey & Carpeuter, 1 yr 8 Lawrence Broderick to W. G. Bumsted, η cor Lafayette and Monitor sts, 1 yr 1,5 Same to same, η w s Monitor stT 18 ft η e of Larayette st, 1 yr 1,5 Same to same, η w s Monitor st, 34.5 η e of Lafayette st, 1 yr i,s Same to same, η w s Monitor st, 50.10 η e of Lafayette st, 1 yr 1,$ Same to same, η w s Monitor st, 07.3 η e of Lafayette st, 1 yr ],< Same to same, η w s Monitor st, 83.8 η e of Lafayette st, 1 yr.. 1,$ Same to same, η e s Lafayette st, 80 ft η w s Monitor st, 1 yr lfi Same to same, η e s Lafayttae, 96 ft η w of Monitor st, 1 yr 1,200 I Marten Morrissey to J. F. Schmidt, s s Seventh st. 16.4 e of Monmouth st. 5 yrs. 1,( James Corcoran to Aune Ross, η s η Eighth st, 150 ft w of Prospect, 9 yrs— J Martin Morrissey to J. F. Schmidt, s s Seventh st, 16.4 e of Monmouth st, 3 yrs. 1 William McCarthy to W.'II. Parmby, lots 38 and 34, blk 2, man Jno. Gilbert, 1 yr.. ι Edward E. Van Name to J. H. Smith, lot 185, map Jno. A. Lewis, 2 yrs I Τ Γ frt ι ι Vsirxfhvnc η «r s Pacific ave, 87 ft, η of Brarrihall, 4 yrs. 2,000 George F. Tliiesinger to F. Posser, lot 56, blk 7, map Baldwin & Gilchrist. 2 yrs 1,000 l Felix Miller to Letitia J. Van Duser, lot 54, blk 7, map Baldwin & Gilohcist, 4 yrs— 2,000 Michael Gavin to C. G. Vreelaml, lots 28 and 29, blk 343, map M. E. Sisson, 5 yrs.. 5,000 Thomas Hannegan to Phoenix Β & L Assn, plot 15, blk 504, map N. G. Vreeland, inst. 1,200 WEST ΗΟΒΟΚΕΝ. Peter Baker to A. Dertlinger, lot 63, map Du Bois prop, 1 yr 1,000 Adolfo Parentine to L. Tagliabul, s s Pat erson ave, 125 ft w of West st, 2 jrrs 1,600 Chas Troppler to P. Bauman, lot 23, bk 114, map Jacob Hunter, ins— 8,000 Benoit Fonolt to 31. Leone, s si Demott st, and η e si Paterson Pk Rd. 1 yr 1,200 ΗΟΒΟΚΕΝ. Henry Somers to Mutual Life Ins Co, e s Clinton st, 50 ft s of 1st st, 1 yr 10,000 Jane A. Brown to Hoboken Bank for Sav ings. w s Bioomfleld st, 62 ft β of 12th st, 3 yrs 3,500 NORTH BERGSN. Charles J. Bott to P. Hoffman, lot 34, map Jos Danielson, 3 y re 5,000 KEARNEY. William H Brown to Kearney B. & L. Ass, e s Chestnut st, 400 ft β of Oakwood av, ins 1,400 ί Daft Electric Light Co., llfi BROADWAY, Ν. T. TATHMRY ELECTRIC MOTORS. ELECTRIC RAILWAYS AID FOYER STATIONS. STORAGE BATTERIES. AMUSEMENTS. NEW ACADEMY OF MUSIC. FRANK E. HENDERSON, - · Manager. MONDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1889 One Week, Matinees Wednesday and Saturday, the Popular Young Comedian, MR. E. H. SOTHERN, And his own Comedy Cora puny, under the direction of Mr. Daniel Frouman, in hie original success, THE HICHEST BIDDER. The same Excellent Company as appeared in Mr. ί-othem's three months' engage ment Just ended at the Lyceum Theatre, New York. Next Week, Oliver Byron in Across tie Comment NIBLO'S, BROADWAY, Ν. Τ Mr. E. Gllmore Lessee and Manager THE EXILES. Two Matinees, Wednesday and Saturday. ^CADEMY. 14th St. and Irving Place, Ν. 1 SECOND YEAR OF DENMAN THOMPSON. THE OLD HOMESTEAD Evenings at 8. Saturday Matinee at 2. jL>ALMER'S THEATRE. B'way and Thirtieth St CHARLES WÏNDHAM, MISS MARY MOORE AND THE LONDON CRITERION THEATRE CO. THE CAJYOIMKÊTE. BIJOU THEATRE. Broadway near Thirtieth St J. W. KOSENQU EST Sole Manager. Matinees Wednesday and Saturday. M ESTAYER-ΥΛ UGH N, THE TOURISTS. Gallery, 25.; Reserved, 50.. 75., $1, $1.50. GENERAL ADMISSION 50 CENTS. J>ROCTOR'S 2Sd STREET THEATRE. ANOTHER ENORMOUS 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 FER JVC L· IFF. Broadway theatre, corner Forty-nrst st Evenings at & Saturday Matinee at 2. Manager Mr. FRANK W. SANGER Mr. EDWIN BOOTH,· Mme.MûDJESKA, MACBETH. CiASINO, Broadway and Thlrty-nintn st., Ν. Y ) MATINEE Saturday at 2. Evening performance at 8.15. THE DRUM MAJOR. Continuous Roof Garden Concert 7:30 to 12. Admission, 50cents, including both entertainments. 5TH AVENUE THEATRE, Broadway and Twenty eighth street, Ν. Y. EUGENE TOMPKINS Lessee and Manager. WILSON BARRETT, -IN Claudian. Regular prices—$1.50, $1, 50c., 25c. Seat·» ready. Ο TANDARD THEATRE, B'way and 6th ave., Ν. Y Ο BURLESQUE! POPULAR SUCCESS! MR. HENRY E. D1XEY. Supported by Mr. Ε. E. Rice's Company in THE SEVEN AGES, by Messrs. Gill and Dixey. Hudson County Jockey Club. CUTTENBERC, Ν. «I. NEW MILE TRACK. OPENING DAY, TUESDAY, NOV. 19, I88i). and continuing every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday throughout the season. First race at 1.40 p. m. Take Hoboken Elevated Road direct to track. S. WHITEHEAD. Secretary. QLIFTON N. J., RACES. Every day this week. Six races, commencing at half past one p. m.; thirty minutes from New York by Kpeeial trains, via Erie Railroad, direct to Grand stand, leaving foot Chambers street, 1130 a. m. 12 m., 12:80 and 1 p. m. and five minutes earlier, foot Twenty-thirds treet. Round trip including admission to grand stand, $1. Trains leave for New York immediately after races. C. V. Sass, Sec y. Ε. H. Exoeman, Pres't. -■ltttw tpdcpv Tr»ruj"FV ητττη il ELIZABETH Ν. J. RACING TODAY AT 2 P. M. Special trams via Central R. R., of N. J., foot of Liberty st., at 12.30, 1, and 1.20. M. F. DWYER, President, H. D. McINTYRE, Secretary. I UB S, FURS. Buy of the Manufacturer. Sealskin Garments, Capes, Muffs, Scarfs and Boas, GENT'S FURS. IjARGEST ASSORTMENT, LOWEST PRICES ALL THE NEWEST STYLES. HENRY SIEDE, FURRIER, 14 W. 14th St.eet. AND 5th Ave. & 45th Street. NEW YORK. ESTABLISHED *iO YEARS, Send for Catalogue. LADIES OF JERSEY CITY. Now is the time to have your Seal Sacques and Garments Repaired and Altered to the Latest Fashions. Host Workmanship Guaranteed. 1 also have on hand a large stock of Seal Sacques, Wraps, etc., in the Latest Styles. It will pay you to call on me and see my prices. F. G. HOFFMANN, Furrier. No. 95^ Montgomery Street, Jersey City. A SXT3R3S CXJ3Et3EÏf Hammel's Hair Balsam, THE EXTRACT OF SAGE. Isa sure cure for Dandruff and Scurf—a but· pre ventative against the Falling and Turning of the Hair. Sure Cure for Baldness I and the finest Hair Dressing in the market. SOLD AT J. HAMMEL'S, 1 DExchan8k Place (Taylor's Hot» ^ETER T. DOwTnELLY, MUIIAL PLUMBtH ftNU Mb till tit Sanitary Plumbing α Specialty. 2BB Washington Street, J. G. Ε BT1MATK6 FUR.N [SUKD ALL WORK UDlunU Ε J. JE. WMLBER, RESTAURANT AND DINING-ROOM. TABLE BOARD. $&5U PER WEEK. 356 Grove Street, Jersey City. Tables Reserved for Ladles "PARTNERSHIP NOTICE - DlSSOLUTION.-Th< X partnership heretofore existing between Francis S. Emmons, Edward F. Emmons and Cor nelius J. Oronan. as Emmons &. Cronan, lias beei dissolved by reasou of the Illness of Francis S Emmons. The business will be continued by th< remaining partners under the same firm name. EMMoNS A CRONAN. No. 5y Montgomery street, Jersey City, Ν J. November, 18, 1883. PARTNERTH1P NOTICE - DISSOLUTION.-Th partnership heretofore existing betweei Francis S. Emmons and Edward F. Emmons, a Emmons & Company, has been dissolved by reasoi of the illness of Francis S. Emmons. The busines will be continued by Edward F. Emmons aui Simeon Rowland, Jr., who have this day formed ι partnership under the same firm uame. EMMONS & COMPANY. No. 488 Communipaw avenue, Jersey city. N. J. November, 18,18S9. / Mullins & Co. 121,123 S 125 NEWARK AVENUE, JERSEY CITY. 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, oi those intending to Keep House. Wq liQi'n ûnn»wéliïnff ηοΛϋβϋΟΜί fΛΡ Pmiaohnlfl TTao nnrl Arn nfferini? snecia! inducements in FURNITURE, CABPKTH, OIL CLOTHS, BEDDING, STOVES, liANGES, CRO CKEBY, GLASSWARE, LAMPS, CLOCKS, WINDOW SHADES CORNICES, BABY CARRIAGES, BAR GOODS, &o, We have placed these goods at the very lowest price to make room for e large and elegant assortment of Holiday Goods, which we shall offer next Tii/vnt.h CARPETS. Our Carpet Department contains an elegant assortment of INGRAINS. VELVETS, TAPESTRIES AXMIN8TEBS, BODY BRUSSELS, KIDDERMINSTERS, MOQUETTES, · WILTONS &o. 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 ari uaranteed that all goods are as represented. MULLINS & CO. N.B.—Horse Cars from Hoboken, Erie and Pennsylvania K. R. Depots pass our Store. TAXES 1889. NOTICE IS HERKBY GIVEN, THAT THE Taxes of 1889 are Now Don and payable at the office of the CITY .COLLECTOR, in the CITY HALL. UPON ALL TAXES PAID PRIOR TO 20th day of December Next INTEREST AT THE RATE OF 12PERCENT.PERΑΠ WILL B£DEDUCTED from the time of payment to that date. IF NOT PAID UNTIL AFTER 20th day of December, INTERE8T AT THE RATE OF 10 PER CENT. PER AMI WILL BE COLLECTED to date of payment. OFFICE OPEN FROM 9 Λ. M. TO 4 P. M. PATRICK H. O'NEILL, City Collector. gHERIFFS SALE-HUDSON CIRCUIT COURT Thomas J. Stewart vs. William Buddenbaum. In Case. Fi. Fa., etc. Returnable Fourth Tuesday July, 1839. Vredenburgh & Garrettson, Attorneys. By virtue of rhe above stated writ to me directed and delivered. I have levied upon, and shall sell by public vendue at F. G. Wolbert's Real Instate and Auction Rooms, No. 47 Montgomery street, Jersey City, on THURSDAY, the Fifth day of December next, at two o'clock in the afternoon, all the right, title and estate of the above named defendant. William Buddenbuum, in uad to all the following described land and premises, with the the appurtenauccs, that that is to say: All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land and premises, situate, lying and belncç in Jersey City, in the County of Hudson, und State of New Jersoy, lu block numbered two hundred and twenty-four [;£24j as said lot is laid out on a certain map made bv Joseph F. Maugin, entitled "A map of tnat part of I the Town of Jersey commonly called Aharslmus,' ηι«α in tue uens umuo υι mo vuuuvj u> A. D. 1804, which said lot Is now known as lot nam, ber ten  in said blot-Jc. Beginning on the northerly side of Fourth street [formerly known as South Firth or Gilbert street], at a point distant one hundred and twenty-five feet westerly from the north westerly corner of said street and ^Ontario or Coles street; thence running northerly parallel with Coles street ninety five feet to a certain passageway of ten foet in width running through tue middle of said block parallel with and equi-distaut from Fourth and Fifth Htreet; thence westerly aud paraHel with Fourth street twenty-five [2f»] feet; thence southerly parallel wiih Coles street ninety-five [95J feet to Fourth street; thence easterly along the northerly side of Fourth street twenty-five l»J feet to the place of begin Together with the one-half of said passageway which adjoins the rear of said lot. the use of the Kaid passageway being expressly reserved for pub lic aud urivate sewering, aqueduct and general draining purpose», and also for the private u«e of the owners or occupante of said block, which said passageway is subject to the regulation of the city authorities. ^ . .... . „ . The buildings to be erected on said block to be set back not le.*s than ten  feet from the northerly side of Fourth street. l*ted October ». 1439. kobert DAVISi sh(,r|fr SHERIFF'S SALE—IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY. Between the Provident Institution for Savings In Jersey City, complainant, and George W. Fergu son et al., defendants. Fi. fa„ for sale of mortgaged premises. Returnable February Term, 1390. Farl Inslev, Solicitor, By virtue of the above stated writ to me directed and delivered I shall sell by public vendue at F. G. Wolbert's Real Estate and Auction Rooms, No. 47 Montgomery Street, Jersey City, on THURSDAY, the Nineteenth day of December, A. D. law. at two o'clock in the afternoon, a» I the following dtiserioed laud and uremics with the appurten ances. being the same" described in said writ, that is to say.— All that certain piece or parcel of land and prem ises situate in the Fifth Ward of .Jersey City, in the County of Hudson and State of New Jersey, and thus described:—Beginning at a point on the north erly side of .sixth date South Third) street, distant one hundred (10(1) feet westerly from the north westerly corner of Erie and Sixth streets; thence running (1) northerly parallel with Erie street one hundred (100) feet; thence (2) westerly paraHel with Sixth stfeet twentv-five <!ît») feet; thence (ΰ) south erly parallel with fcrie street one hundred (1U0) feet to the northerly side of Sixth street; thence (J) east erly along the northerly side of said last named street twenty-five (25) feet to the place of beginning. Dated November 9,1889. ROBERT DAVIS, Sheriff. MOSER, PUSTER, SON, Scavengers. OFFICES: 58 MONTGOMERY STM 21] RAiLflOJU) Ml Privy Vaults, Sinks and Cesspools Emptied an< Disinfected. In all parts of Hudson County, promp and obeap. RAILROADS. Krl· Κ ail road Tim· Tabl·. 'PICKET OFFICES—401, 317. 713.95 X Broadway. 158*$ Bowery, 1 Bal tery place. Chambers street an» Twenty third street ferries, Nei York; 83l Fulton street, iirooklyr 107 Broadway, Williamsburg; coi ner Newark and Hudson street· Hoboken. and new station Jerse City, where tickets and parlor c tloeping ear reservations and orders for check ittg and transfer of baguage can be obtained. Trams leave Jersey City station as follow* 9:20 a. m.—Day Express. Pullman Buffet drawln room coaches to Buffalo. connect at Hornellsvlil for Jamestown and Chautauqua Lake. 8:18 p. m. daily—"Chicago and St. Louis Limited. A solid Pullman train or day, dining and sleepln coaches to Mead ville, Youngstown, Mgrlon an Chicago without change. Pullman sleepinrcoachc to Cleveland, Cincinnati and St. Louis. No extri charge for fast time. 6:18 p. m. daily-Chicago and Qrand Trunk Ej press. Solid Pullman train of day and Buffet sleej ing coaches to Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Hamlltoi London, Lansing, Battle Creek, South Bend an Chicago without change. Buffet sleeping coach t Rochester, arrive 750 a. m. 8:50 p. m. daily—Chicago Express. Pullman Buffi sleeping coaches to Elmlra, Hornellsville, Jame town, Corry, Mead ville, Youngstown. Clnclnna and Chicago. Stations on Orange Branch, week days, 9:15 a. m 1258, 422, 6:27, 7:05, 9:12, 11:45 p. m. Sundays, 9:41 a.m.. 1:42, 4:17, 6:27, 8:30, 10:12p. m. Additional train to Prospect streec, E. Orange, Washington stree Orange, Llewellyn and Main streets. W. Orang Orange, week days, 6:15, 8:23, 1123 a. m., 222.3:2 462. 5:19, 550. 8:12. lOOO p. m. Rutherford und Passatc, week days. 4:15, 500, 6:1 7:12, 8:05, 9:45, 10:43 a. m., 12:12 noon, 1:13. 2302, 30 8:5»». 420, 450, 552. I·.01. 6.49. 6:42. 7:15. 7:44. 9:15, 10:4 p. m.. 12:13 midnight. Sundays. 500, 850, 10:43, a. m 12:12 noon, 200. «5». 4:18, 520, 6:45. 7:44, 9.15, 10:42 p. m 12:1^ midnierht. Additional trains to Passaic, wee «lays. 3:21. 5:22. is* ·;2υ p. m. Paterson, week days, 4:15, 500, 6:12, 7:12, 85·% 9:1' 10:43 a. m., 12:12 noon, 1:12, 208, 303, 3:21, 3:45, 3Λ 4:12, 4:20, 4:46, 450, 5:12, 5:», 5:42, 552. 601, 6:3), 63 6:42. 7:15, 7:44, b50, 9:15. 10:43 p. m., 12:13 mldnlgh Sundays, 500. 850, 10:43, 12:12 noon, 200, 3:20, 4.1 520, 6:45, 7:44, 853, 9:15, 10:42 p. in., 12:13 midnight. Newark and Paterson via Newark, week days. 55 654, 307. 10:20, 11:45 a. m., 1.14. 2:15, 8:47. 455. 507. 55 607, 657. 7:46. 10:15 d. πι.. 12:20 midnight. Sunday 8:lo a. m., 3:47,6:47. 8:15, 10:15 p. m. Iiidgewood and Suffern, week days. 4:15, 500, 80 9:45, 10:4.3 p. m.. 1:12 20>. 351. 4:12. 5:12, 5:42. 620. 6:4 7:15. 850,10:42 p. m.. 12:13 midnight. Sundays, 501», 85 10:43 a- m.. 200. 4:13 and 6:45 t>. m.. 12:13 mtdnigh Also ιο ttidgewcod. wee κ days, o:«> u. hi.. i;'*a, 9» 6:12,8:5ϋ p. m.; Suffer a. 3:45 d. m. Newburg ana Cornwall, week days, 8:05, 9:20 a. ta £:47, 4:14, 5:42 p. m Sundays, 9:vi0 a. m., 2 p. m. Goshen, week days, 5.1X1, 8:05. 9:20, 10:43 a. m., 1:1 3:45, 4:45, 5:42. 7:15, B30p. ra. Sundays, 5:00, 8:30, 9:2 a. m.. 6:45,830 p. in. Middletown, weefc days. 5:00, 8.05, 9:20, 10:43 a. in 1:12. 3:18, 8:45, 6:18. »i:45, 8:50 p.m. Sundays, 51)0, 8i 9:20 a. in.. 3:18, 6:18, 6:45, 85)p.m. Pt. Jervia, week days, 5.Όυ, 80S, 950, 10:lSa. ra., 1:1 3:18, 8)45. 4:45, 6:18, 7:15. 8:50 p. m. Sundays, 530, 8:3 9:20 a. m., 3:18. 6:18. 6:45. 830 p. m. Warwick, week days, 5.00, 9:20 a. m., 1:12, 4:45, p. β Sundays. 8:30 a. m. Montgomery, week days, 930 a. m.. 3:45, 4:45 p. η Sundays, 9:20 a. m. Express trains arrive at Jersey City from tl West, 630y 7:40 a. m„ 435. 9:55 p. ML KORTHERN RAILROAD" OF NEW JERSE Trains leave Jersey City station, Erie Rallwi week days, for Engiewood, Tenafly, Closter, Spa kill and Ν yack, 5:30, *7:15, 833, *102? and 11:42 a. it 1:45. 3:12. 4:14. 5.05, 5:44, 622. *637, 8:15, 10:44 p. m 12.18 midnight. Sundays, 8-33, «9.47 a. m., 1:43 4:1 7:42 *8.27 p. m. Additional trains to Creskill and way, 6:17, l:i 837, 9:57 a. m., aud 1233, 122. 3:12, 5:14, 5:59 p. m. •For Nanuet, Spring Valley, Monaey andTailman Nyack Express. *4:47. NEW YORK AND GREENWOOD LAKE RAli way. Trains leave Jersey City station, Er Railway, as follows:— For Arlington, 6:15, 8:37, 930, 11:28 a. m., 12:18. 12:! 2.04, 327. 3-βίί, 459. 5:27, 5:57. 635, 7:12, 837, 10:12, lia 12:16 p. m. Sundays, 9:12, a. m., 1:4% 4;17, 6:27, 8:1 8*6.10:12 p. ra. Bloomfield and Mon to lair, week days, 6:15, 8:i 930, a. m., 12:16, 204, 3;52. 4*2. 4*9. 5:27, 537, 6:35. 7Λ 837.10:12. 12:16 p. m. Sundays, 9:12 a. in., 847, 3: p. m. Little Falls and Intermediate stations, week daj 6:15, 8:37, 9:30 a. m., 12:16 noon, 832, 4:42. 4:59, 5S 337. 635. 7:12, 827. 12:16 p. m Sunday·, 902 a. η 8:17, 8:45 p. m. 204 p. m., Saturdays only. Pompton, week tfays. 8:87, 9;30 a. m., 4.42, 439,5d 635, p. m. Sundays, 9:12,10:15 a. m., 8;17p. m. Greenwood Lake and intermediate stations, we« days, 837. 930 a. m.. 4:42, p. m. Sundays, 9:18, 10:: J. MURPHY. L. P. FARMER, Gen'l Supt Gen'l Pass. Aft JTEAMBOATS. FARES REUCCKD VIA STONIW TON LINE—The inside route; Boston. $3: Pre ideno·, 92.25: Worcester, $2.90. Steamers Rho island and Masaachusetts leave New Pier 36, Ν. 1 one block above Canal street, at 430 p. m., sunda excepted. A Li A τ< Ε. RIDLEY 4 SONS. GRAND ST., Ν. Y. COVERING ENTIRE BLOCK, ALLEN TO ORCHARD STREET. ! grand' st., ν. y. 1 COVERING ENTIRE BLOCK, i ALLEN TO ORCHARD STRKKT. GOOD BARGAINS For is ffeeï Tiroigloit M Entire Eslalstoit WRAPS, JACKETS, Costumes, Ulsters. Newmarkets and Peasant Cloaks. Large Assortment. ACKNOWLEDGED LOW PRICES. Fine all wool Beaver Cloth Peasant Cloaks, trimmed gimp and fringe; also Roman stripes, at 916.60; worth $24.00. Seal Plush Wraps, long fronts, satin lined, seal ornaments, heavy drop fringe, all sizes to 46 inch Bust, at $14.75; worth $20.00. English Seal Plush Long Top Coate, satin lined, tailor finish, $85.00. Ladies1 Newmarkets, good cloth, double breasted, phrfts in back, at $6.90. Misses' good Cloth Gretchen Coats, double breasted, cape and belt, ages 4 to 12 years, at $3.75; worth $6.00. Misses1 fine Ulsters, Newmarkets and Long Top Coats, plain colors, plaids and stripes, $6.90, $8.00, $10.00 to $30.00. Ladies' Extra Fine Seal Plush Jackets, satin lined, coat back, at $10.00. CHILDREN'S COATS ANI> DRESSES. (Second Floor—by Elevator.) DRESS GOODS. 40-Inch Serge Suitings, beautiful aille border», all color», 37JÎC. yd., worth 750. Double width all wool stripes and plaids, all colors, 87JÎC. yd., worth 59c. 116-yard wide Cloth Plaids, new patterns, 'to., worth $1.25. wide imported Ladies' Cloth·, all plain colors, 84c. yd. ; excellent values. FLANNELS. All-wooJ fancy plaid Flannels for Wrapper» and Dresses, at 87c. yd. Large assortment all wool Fancy Skirt pat terns, at 03c., $1.5» and $1.39 each. Plain color Eider-downs, at 87^c. yd. "F and C" Twilled all wool Flannel, red, blu· and gray, at 87^c. yd. CHINA. English printed Dinner Sets, blue or browa (llâ pieces), $7.98 the set; elsewhere $9.99. English Porcelain white Dinner 8ets (1S5 pieces,) at $18.85: reduced from $18.85. American Porcelain Dinner Sets, flnely decor Children's Cloth Coats, stripes, checks ana eider downs, at $1.98 and $2.98 Cages 1 to 4 years). Children's all wool Flannel Dresses, ages 1 to 4 years, ?"9c. and 98c. HOSIERY. LADIES' CASHΑΙΚΚΕ HOSE. One lot blaeksonly 19c, pair. Splendid lot black and colored, with full regu lar feet and ribbed top, at 25c. pair. Children's black Cashmere Hose, sizes 5 to 6>£, at 17c. ; sizes 7 to 8^, at 19c. pair. PLUSHES. 400 pieces fancy Silk Plushes, all colore, in cluding the new shades, Eiffel Red, Cuban, Prune, Lizard, etc., 83c. yd.; worth $1.00. 682 pieces handsome quality Silk Plush, 67c. ; different shades, also black, 94c.,rworth $1.50. 67 pieces imported colored Moire Silks, 58c., reduced from $1.00. Men's Walking Glnves Men's Kid Gloves, with Rutty Clasps, 98c. pair. Men's Kid Gloves, Foster Hook, $1 pair. Our "841" Dogskin glove, at $1.50 pair, Fisk, Clark & Flagg Kid Gloves, J1.89 pair. MEN'S LINED Dog Skin GcIottgs 2 Patent Clasps at 1.25 and $1.50 pair. Complete line Men's Buckskin and Woolen Gloves. firm " v J Fine China Dinner Sets, elaborately decorated (J00 pieces), only $17.98, worth fully $25; Extra large Meat and Turkey Dishes, square shape, good quality, at 43c., at 30c., worth double. Japanese Egg Shell China, Tea and after dinner Cups and Saucers, 25c. each, worth 60c. China Fish Sets, square shape, appropriately decorated (87 pieces), including bone dishes, complete, only $9.95. Wine Seta, Bohemian Glass Decanter, Bril liantine Tray, and 13 glasses, 58c. the Set. 7 LAMPS. ' Am Excellant Bargain Solid brass Plane Lamps, patent extension fitted with 14-inch parasol shades and holder; duplex burner and chimney complete, at $7.93, same as sold elsewhere at $18.00. Cat and Owl Fancy Lamps, with candle holder complete, only 28c. Ν. B.-Uur stores can De neauucu u-v*»» — r or Hudson River by taking West Street Horsecars, running along river front to Desbrosses Street; Grand Street Cars starting at this ! point pass our doors. EDWARD RIDLEY & SORS, Ι t 309, SU, 3X1^ to 3«1 Grand SU ï 56 to 68 Allen, 50 to 65 OroU»r<l StΝ. Τ EDWARD RIDLEY k SONS, 800, 811, 311H to 391 Grand St. i 50 to 68 Allen, 59 to 65 Orchard St., N.T Turner & Bennell, EBTABLiIBHED 88 TBARS· 88 & 85 NEWARK AYENTJE, J.C. SHERIFF'S SALE - IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY. , . Between Stephen B. Vreeland, complainant, ana Louisa M. Cable et al., defendants. Fl, fa., for sale of mortgaged premises. Returnable February Term, IS*). Wa 11 is, Κd ward & Bumsted, Solicitors. Bv virtue of the above stated writ to me directed and delivered, I shall sell by public vendue at F. G. Wolbert'· Real Estate and Auction Room·, No. 47 Montgomery street, on THURSDAY, the Fifth Day of December. A. D. 1839, at two o'clock iu the afternoou, all the following described land and premise*, with the appurteu aucea, beiug the same described in bald writ, that is to say:— All those certain lots, tracts or DarceLs of laud, situate, lying ami being in .Jersey City. Hudson countv, New Jersey, aud which on a certain map on fileTu the office of the Register of said county, eu titled "Slap of Lafayette, one mile from Jersey City Ferry Co., N. J., and known and designated as lots numbered eight (8), nine (V), ten (10), eleven (11) and twelve (12). in block numbered one (l), and may bo more particularly described as follows:— Beginning at a point formed by the intersection of the southwesterly Une of Lafayette street with the southeasterly line of line street; thence run ning southwesterly along the southeasterly line of Pine street one hundred aud fifty feet; thence ( ) southeasterly parallel with Lafayette street aud alon^ the division line between lois seven anil eight, block one on the aforesaid map, eighty-Ave feet, more or less, to the line of lands formerly of Cornelius Garrabrant ; thence CO northeasterly along said line of Gnrrabrant and the rear line of eight and nine and the easterly line of lot twelve, block one, ou the aforesaid m*n, one hundred and (ifχ/ feet, more or! ess, to the southwesterly line of Lara ve ι te street; thence (4) northwesterly along the southwesterly line of Lafayette street eighty-five feet and four Inches, more or less, to the point ο place of beginning. Together with all the boilers, engines, shafting, machinery, washing Implements aud fixtures Γη and upon ssld premises connected with the laundry business now carried on upon the premises. Dated October 28,188*. ROBERT PAVgk ♦ —FOR ♦ Pure Wines and Liquors CAM. AT Lewie Fischer's, 109 Newark Ave, Wholesale Liquor Dealer Monogram Whiskey, Full Quarts, One Dollar per Bottlt. LAWYERS. rp HOm.8 ». VoONAJi. JK.. LAW YJUt. ΟΡΡΟβίΤΙ X Court Hon·» Jan·)' Citr HolelM·.