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TWO CLOSE LEAGl/E GAMES
THE FA1R1UO VXTS AND THE LATA Γ
ETTES SCORE A VICTORY.
Falma'g Pretty Play at Elizabeth—They
Capture the First Championship Con
test—liergene Win at Newark—Kifle
raen an<l Atbletcn.
It was a great night for lhe Jersey City.
Amateur Bowling League. Two games
ware rolled and both attracted a large
and enthusiastic audience. A delightful
feature of both meetings was the jolly
good feeling that prevailed and the fair
ness of the spectators, who applauded
every good play. They did not lack op
portunity, as clever shots were numer
ous. At the conclusion of the games the
bowlers gave rousing checrs for each
ether and united in three and a tiger for
the league.
The contests were witnessed by a good
ly number of members of other clubs in
tne League. The opposing teams last
night were the Independents, who played
against the Fairmounts, and the Cen
trals, who met the Lafayettes. In both
instances the home teams won, but they
had a stiff light to capture the victory.
INDEPENDENTS VS. FAIRMOUNTS.
The Independents and Fairmounts had
each won a victory and neither had suf
fered a defeat when they began their
battle at Holsteln's alleys, corner of Fair
mount and Bergen avenues, where the
Fairmounts bowl regularly. The home
team took the lead at the end of the iirst
frame by eighteen pine.
They increased it by eight In the next
frame and advanced it by eighteen in the
third frame. They lost a little in the
next frame, but retained a lead of thirty.
The Independents cut this down to
UHOUVJ-llTV tu VU V •••'UW ■· „ .
perb work the ionic club seut their lead
up to sixty-seven in the following frame.
The Independents gained Ave in the next
frame, but their pretty work was done in
the eighth frame, where they increased
their total by 171, and secured the lead by
8 pins. They did not have the advanttge
long as the Fairmounts piled up strikes
and spares, and when the ninth frame
closed had tacked on 181 and recovered the
lead.
The Independents put up a good game.
They added 161, which left them lifteen
behind. This was not a large gap and
the game was in doubt. The Greenville
boys lost their grip on the last frame, and
the defiant pins would not fall for them.
They could only add 111. TUe Fairmounts
got the ball in the right spot and sent up
their figures by 154. This cave them the
game by sixty pins.
The score follows:—
INDEPENDENTS.
8. 8.
BIschop 2 2
Jackson 1 8
Krantz 5 2
Vreeiand 2 4
Oeo.'JD ilo way.. 1 4
God'y Dlloway.l 2
Smith 1 4
Hauser 2 2
Herig 2 4
Schlaltman —2 4
I FAIRMOUNTS.
S. ι 8. 8. B.
r&i Flngge ........4 .0 «
125 Koes 1 2 7
170 I Grimm 1 8 β
1341 Sterling ι 4 5
133 I Hannah 2 6 i
114 I Koeruing 1 2 7
134 I Dohrmau 1 6
141
119
136
184
1ϋ2
106
156
129 j HolfcteiÛ.. !.. '4' 2 4 161
152 ι Herrlag 2 4 4 142
154 I Iieimers 2 6
2 17
Total ,,..w 19 81 SO 1873J Total....19 35 46 1433
SCORE BY FRAMES.
Fairmounts... 144 287 445 531 707 871 992 1098 1279 1433.
Independent·. 126 £61 401 551 632 804 930 1101 1262 1373.
Umpire—David Greene.
Scorers—J. D. Casse les. Fairmount Β. C.; W. G.
Herrman. Independent B, C.
AMATEUR BOW LI NU ASSOCIATION.
Pal man Put Up a Grand Game and Win
at Elizabeth.
The Palma Club's bowling team played
their first game tills season in the cham
pionship series of the Amateur Bowling
Association.
They went to Elizabeth and encoun
tered the crack team of the Athletic Club
of that city.
They started with the determination of
winning, and every man felt, like Arnold
f . Winklereid, that on his arm depended
victory. It required a stiff game to win,
and the Paliiias "got thai·" by a large
majority. Jordan and Lutz came precious
near reducing the pins to powder. Clarke
and Hathaway, too, pegged the pins in
fine style.
Carter kept on the right side and
Jeanne and Bloomsburg moved along the
average line. Rich and Behrens fell be
low the line, and Gallagher was the only
one of the ten who could rarely find the
centre of the allev, an unusual circum
stance, BB Gallagher is on the list of relia
ble bowlers. His score was not quite so
low as Pond and Sanders of the
Elizabeth team who were the only two
of the ten who did not reach fair or good
figures. The vanquished team had an
average of 151 and a fraction and the vic
torious Paimus excelled it by almos
thirteen points.
The score of the game follows:—
ELIZABETH A, C.
Fleming 3 4 its
Pond 3 1 Τ lia
Sanders 2 0 8 101)
Price
Warner
Tutt
Dimock....
Duncan
Heilner—
Turn bull..
ΓΑΙ.ΜΑ A. C.
Gallagher.... *1 % ?" ftr
Bloomsburg. 2 4 4 150
Jeaune 0 7 8 152
Rich 1 4 5 134
Hathaway ..514 181
Benrens 2 2 6 132
Jordan 5 4 1 20»
Lutz 5 5 0 209
Cjwrke.. ».. . 4 4 2 189
Carter. 2 6 2 168
Total· 27 39 34 1641 I Totals..
ECORfc BY FRAMES.
Palma A. C..159 306 454 663 830 1011 1168 1825 1502 1641
Elizab ' th A.C. 125 807 443 601 752 8Λ 1064 l2l4 1870 1514
Averages—Palma A. C, 161 M0; Elizabeth A, C,,
151.2-ΰ. Umpire—J. B. Turner, Elizabeth A. C.
Scorers-Frank K. Baldwin for the Palnia A. C. and
L. A. Buzby for the Elizabeth A. (J, Time of game
Two hours and twenty minutes,
Centrals at Lafayette.
The Central Club had a happy time
. .52 173
. 4 4 2 183
.2 8 5 141
. 1 8 1 177
.3 4 3 15»
.2 3 5 140
. 0 6 4 14!)
. 22 as 40 1514
even if they were not successful in put
ting a stroke in the won column. They
Journeyed from and to their headquar
ters ou Central avenue, and the tally-ho
trip was enjoyed. They met with a cor
dial reception on their arrival at Smith's
alleys ou Halliday street, where the
Lafayettes bowl, and were made to feel
that they were with friends.
The audience treated fairly, and when
the boys from old Hudson City secured a
Jong lead and it was thought they could
not lose, the onlookers applauded their
excellent bowling.
The Centrals put up β much better
game than they did in their initial con
test in the championship series. In the
first half it looked as if the Centrals
would attain an average of 160. They
had the Lafayettes in the fifth game by
fifty-four pins. The Centrals had held
the lead from the second frame, when
they obtained a margin of five.
Luck changed and the Hudson City
boys fell away in their scoring. The ball
would curve at the wrong time or it
would plow thropgh the heart of the pins
leaving splits and bridges.
Mauy difficult shots were made but the
breaks were abundant. Dobke .and C.
Zahn were the only mon on the team who
were able to put the sphere where they
wanted it to go. «
The Lafayettes,made a rattling go in
the sixth game and made a gain of sixty
seven, which gave them the lead by thir
teen pins. They continued putting up a
good game and improved their advan
tage. Miles contributed heavily aS he
made three consecutive strikes and fol
lowed these with a spare. Joges also
kept his frames open· and IJuls'trotted
along with tlieni. This encouraged tbe
Lafayette boys, and they went et the pins
in vigorous style.
Despite ïhè reverse the Centrals con
tinued to bowl" on good "naturally ahd
smiled at the obstinhcy tyf' the pins.
Dobke laughed when defeat was certalti
and said, "WeH, we will wlu one game
before the season ends?/· The Lafayettes
wou by 101 ρiACi I ■ ' Η > ·
The score:—
Ι.ΛΚΑΥΚΓΤΓ.Κ Ç,
8. S. H. S.
H. Duls t ί S Ml
J. Sellhelmer.,2 4 4 183
H. Mill·* . 4 2 4 US
R. Kirkland. ..3 8 4 163
W. Waller 2 3 4 127
R. Smith 4 0 6 145
A, Seilheimer.O 4 6 120
W. Baxter 8 4 3 iW
M. Cohen 2 2 6 13*
W. Jonee 2 ϋ 2 l«t
CENTRAL K. C.
•VlJ. 8. 8. B. Hjy
C. weimar 8 1 6 127
F. f lof man... .1 8 6 121
F. Zahn 2 4 4 144
A. Dan beck.. .·) 4 6 128
F. Sahn 2 1 7 WW
C. Zahn ; 5 0 5 ltiî
W. Renter 1 3 6 181
T». Metier—2 2 0 182
G. Dobke 8 3 4 ItiU
G. OlXh'beck. ..1 S 4 152
Totals 20 2ti 54 18ΰ8
SCORE BY Fît AMES.
tlC 169 29$ 5T8 7* JW7 1034 1118 III· Utt
Totals 25 82 43 14G9
C. η. C 143 803 480 680 783 894 1010 1127 1251 1368
, Averages—l>afuyette Β. Ç., 116 9-10; Central B. C.,
1 m 4-3.
Umpire—WilliA*n S. Evan*.
Scorers—A. Dtrtnte, for Contrai Q. C.; J. G. Robin
son, for Lafayette a α
JEKSEÏCITÏm NEWAKK.
The Bergen* Deieat tlie Pastimes on the
I.utter'» Alleys.
Well done, BergeQS. They went to
Newark last uight and met tho strong
Pastimes on the Montgomery alleys. The
Bergons had their best tertm and with
one exception they made fine scores.
The exception was Bandy, who appears to
be unlucky In match games on strange
alleys, for at home he rolls np large fig
ures.
His shortage was covered by Earle, who
went as far above the average as Bundy
fell below it. He made the remarkable
total of 204. He had but one break, and
put down seven strikes.
The Bergeus started to win at the open
ing. They gathered a lead of 17 in the
first frame and kept up tho good work
until the-close, when they were SI ahead.
Tho Pastimes made a plucky fight and
were only eighteen behind at the eighth
frame. "Then they fell back. In the ninth
frame they were forty-seven to the bad
and went further back in the last frame.
The score of the game follows:—
BERGEN B. C.
8. 8, Β. B.
Wilson 8 3 3 IMS
Mount...» 2 5 4 148
Redgrave 3 2 5 144
Heintze 1 6 8 155
Ruempler—Π 2 3 161
Gallery .3 4 3 i71
Atkinson ; 5 4 151
0'l>onnell 4 3 2 172
Bundy 1 2 7 116
Earle :...7 2 1 204
Totals 29 36 35 1587
PASTIME B. C.
S. 8» B. S.
Christopher...3 6 2 10'J
Lipps «î 1 8 191
Davis 0 5 5 127
Lof tus ...1 4 5 133
Andross 2 5 3 163
Boyle 2 1 7 121
Young 2 4 4 142
Frlsbfe 1 4 5 142
Ellison 3 3 4 157
liointyre 3 3 4 159 t
Totals 23 36 42 1506
SCORE BY FKAME8.
Bergen B. C..172 363 571 642 782 933 1090 1244 1418 1387
PastlmeB.C. .155 3J8 446 593 7& 874 l048 12.'6 1366 1506
Averages—Bergen B. C., 138 7-10; Pastimô B. CM
130 8-5.
Umpire—Mr. Sullivan.
Scorer*-Messrs, Reagrave and Dennlson.
A. A. U. Tpurney.
, The Amateur AtUletic Upion will have
the third unnual boxinu and wrestling I
tournament for the annual championship
of the United States at' the Metropolitan
Opera House on Thursday evening, De- |
cember 19. TUe events are as touows:—
BoJting—Bantam weight, 105 pounds;
feather weight, 115 pounds; light weight,
185 pounds; middle weight, 158 pounds.
Wrestling—Ban tâm weight, 105 pounds;
feather weight, 115 pounds; light weight,
185 pounds; middle weight, 158 pounds.
Eutries must be made with J. E. Sulli
van, secretary, and must be accompanied
by an entrance fee of 12. Entries close
positively December 7. The A. A. U.
standard championship medais will be
awarded to first and second In each event.
The preliminaries will be held in private
on December 16. Notice of place will be
given hereafter. The committee reserve
right to reject any entry, and announce
tliat entries will only be received from
members of recoguized amateur athletic
clubs in good amateur standing.
The committee consists of J. E. Sul
livan; P. A. C., Chairman; W. Storm, M.
A. C.; F. Gerow, A. A. C.; B. C. Wil
liams, Ν. Y. A. C.; F. W. Janssen, S. I.
A. C.; Dr. Dowling, Oraugo Α. Α.; Ed
ward Milliiran. A. C. S. N.;. Howard
Perry, C. A. C. Gold and silver medals
have been presented by Mr. Thomas H.
Downing for a special 125 pound boxing
class. The Secretary's address is P. O.
box No. Oil, New York City.
Teutonia's Night.
The Teetouias had a practice bowl at
Henn's alleys last night. Its members
nor only have an enjoyable time when
they meet, but they are putting up good
ligures,» line gain on the «cores at the
opening of the seasan. Last night the
tStai average of both teams exceeded the
150 mark. The score of the first game
was as follows:—
TEAM "NO. 1 I TEAM NO. 2.
Buncke 190 > Dohrman 180
Bpljreus 159 ! Rul&nd ItiS
Kclialben 130 j Steltinunnn 157
Steinberger 135 I Klussmiu 118
Gruber 149 1 Henn 193
Franz 131 I Vill 10a
Total «08 | Total .9i0
The Athletio Arena,
The cross-county run of the Lorillard
D. and A. A. for elub members, will be a
handicap event. The entries will close
next Tuesday. The course has not been
selected yet.
The long range shooting tournament of
the Ijorillards will take plaoe ubout De
cember 2.
The Lorillarde are making preparations
for a theatre party and supper on Christ
mas eve.
The runners of the Lorillards had a
long journey last night. They went down
to Constable Hook. The goers were W.
Farrell, Joe H xlnett, T. F. Maloney, J.
Moran, Frank Hiordnn and the mascot,
young Connolly The mascatte will
devclope into a fine runner. He now
manages to get home with the early
birds.
The Scots will have a club hart and
hound chase on Thanksgiving day. The
entries will close on Saturday night.
The building Committee of the Scots
are working hard, and names are being
rapidly appended to the script subscrip
tion list. From present indications
the club will be able to erect a house to
cost fifteen to twenty thousand dollars.
E. Kochford, of the JScots, will enter the
105 pound wrestling class in the A. A. U.
tournament.
President Ketfttu's Opinion.
President Regan, of the S. A. A. C.,
does uot believe that the report is true
that Cahill is to be debarred from taki ug
part in amateur tournaments. He stated
last evening that he had conversed with
members of the committee and the com
plaint against Cahill had uot appeared to
prove his allegations although repeatedly
requested to do so. In regard
to the alleged enmity of Secretary
Sullivan to the Scots he said that Mr.
Sullivan aim me ciuo ait; now ou goou
terms, and the secretary gave them a
complimentary notice In the last issue of
the Sporting Times.
Mr. Regan is satisfied that it is all
smoke and ne Are. Despite his rosy view
the circular of the A. A. U„ issued today,
shows that the committee intends to re
jeet the eutry of any man under the slight;
est cloud.
Strikes, Spares ami lireakx.
President Arthur V. Loud, of the
Jersev City Amateur Dowling League,
attends the games of the League. He
saw the Fairmount's score their victory
last night.
Ex-Assemblyman James Stevens and
Ex-Police Sergeant Mike Simmons were
among the enthusiastic spectators who
witnessed the Central-Lafayette game.
They were happy—the Lafayettel won.
The crowds are growing at the League
games.
The Spartans, of Hoboken, were de
feated twice last night in the Pomeroy
tourney games. The Empires defeated
them by 8:27 to 813, and the Orchards
vanquished them by a score of i)'f) to 900.
It was the first appearance of the Spar
tans, and a large delegation of Hoboken
it-es were disappointed at the results.
The Palmas had a large delegation to
whoop it up for them at Elizabeth last
night.
The next league game will be rolled to
morrow night. The Centurys will bowl
at Becker's alleys against the Volunteers.
It promises to be a close and exciting con
test, as both, clubs are well matched.
The Jersey City Athletic Çlub's alleys
will be packed next-Wednesday night.
The teams of the Jersey City A. C. aud
Che Palmas will meet.
The Sub Hosas will hit it up tonight at
Mnller's alleys. ,,
TUu Boyds will meet tonight at
Brown's alter»· "
The SoctatjjBs wiH peg the head pin
Becker's alieya this evening. ,
TBe.Oeutratj» wljl practiçe this, evening
at Fitller's ftlleys.
It Is Orion's night at Frendenberarers.
The Pamrapos bowl at Metropolitan
Hall this evening.
To Mother·.
For upwards of titty years "Mrs. WisstoWo
I Soothixu Syrup" lias beeu used by million·, ot
mother* for their children while teething with
i never-falllns nufety and Munies*, it soothe* the
child, soften» the gum». ullays all pain. regulates
the bow t'ls. .'Urea wind colli) aad Is the best remedy
for diarrhea. "Mtw. WuntLAiw's SotirHisu S y li Li
is fur «ale by druiglstt lu every put of cue world
?ric« tweusyflve cents» Luttl«.V
CRAIG—Mckenzie.
• j#
A Brilliant Wedding at the
Scotch Presbyterian
Church.
Many guests filled the Scotch Presby
teriau Church last night to attend the
wedding of Miss Isabelle McKenzie,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George R. Mc
Kenzie, and Dr. Burdette P. Craig.
This was one of the most Interesting
events which has occurred for some time
in social circles here, and has been long
anticipated. The church was tastefully
decorated with ferns, palms and ever
greens. The altar was almost hidden by
the tall palms and flowering plants,
which were grouped about it, and smilax
entwined the chandeliers and festooned
the church.
At eight o'clock the bridal party entered
the church. The march was sung by a
double Quartette from Trinity choir,.New
York. The procession was led by the
ushers, James Craig, Alexander Mc
Kenzie, George Bowley,. Dr. James Hoff
man, Dr. Bond and Dr. Loom.β.
The maid of honor, Miss Rebecca M c
Kenzie, came next, and was followed by
the brideemaids, Misses Eilie and May
Craig and Misses An-nie and Lillie Rouse.
Then came two little flower girls, Bockie
and Cathrie McKenzie, who carried bas
kets of pretty blèssoms. The bride, with
her father, followed these.
The bridegroom, attended by Charles
Stelle, met tho party at the altar.
THE BHIDK'S.GOWN.
The bride wore an elegant gown of
white velvet. On the left side of the
front was a handsome spray embroidered
in chrystal and opal beads. The bodice
was V-shaped back and front, and was
edged around with Valenciennes lace, a
deep flounce of whidK was also on the in
side of the train, about an inch of it
showing. The sleeves, gathered high on
the shoulders, came only to the elbow. A
long tulle veil, fastened by a cluster of
white velvet forget-me-nots, fell in soft
folds about her. Her ornaments were a
medalion, diamonds and opals, the gift of
the bridegroom, and diamond ear-rings,
her mother's gift. She carried a bunch
nf whitp rncpltuHd
The ceremony was performed by Rev.
David Mitchell.
THE RECEPTION.
A reception followed at the residence of
the bride,s parents, No. 40 Mercer street,
at which many friemls were present and
congratulated Dr. and Mrs. Craig. The
bride presented to her bridesmaids and
maids of honor, as a souvenir, a white
pansy set, with diamonds. Dr. Craig's gift
to the ushers and his best man was a gold
wishbone, set with diamonds.
The floral decorations throughout the
house were profuse and superb. The
mantels and Are-places were entirely con
cealed by ferns and chrysanthemums and
tall palms and smilax were arranged most
artistically. At eleven o'clock Dr. and
Mrs. Craig departed for a trip through
Florida ana other Southern States.
Telegrams containing congratulations
were received from all parts of the world.
The presents were handsome and costly.
THE GUESTS.
Among the guests were:—Governor
elect Abbett, Mrs. Dodd, Miss Mamie
Abbett, Colonel W. F. Abbett, Leon
Abbett, Jr., Dr. and Mrs. Lutkins, Dr.
Varick, Dr. Hoffman, Dr. Bond, Dr. and
Mrs. Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Easton, Mr.
and Airs. James Stone, Mr. and Mrs.
Waldron, Miss Waldron, Dr. and Mrs.
Dickinson, Dr. and Mrs. Vandy,
Major and Mrs. Pangborn, ex-Gover
nor and Mrs. Bedle, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph D. Bedle, Jr., Bennington
Bedle, Thomas Bedle, the Rev. N. Aflin,
W. R. Appleby, Mr. and Mrs. George An
drews, Dr. John Aspell, Mr. ana Mrs.
Aymar, Miss Bedell, the Rtjv. and Mrs.
Cornelius Brett, Mr. and Mrs. Bliss,
Misses Susie and Lottie Bliss, Mr. and
Mrs. Kidder, William Chicester, Mr. and
Mrs. Campbell, Miss Campbell, the Rev.
and Mrs. Alexander McKelvey, Judge
and Mrs. Dîxod, Miss Dixon, Air.
Warren Dixon, Dr. and Mrs. Dur
rie, Mr. and Mrs. Evans, Dr. Edge,
the Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Fisher, of
Orange, Dr. Gordon, Dr. and Mr». Gray,
Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Hall, Miss
Anna Hotheringtou, Mr. and Mrs, Van
Zant, Edward Hance, Mr. and Mrs. Ross
Proctor, W. Proctor, David Mitchell,
Mrs. Nichols, Miss Nichols, Mr and
Mrs. Mattock, Benjamin Van Dyke,
Misa Maggie Van Dyke, Mr. and
Mrs. Plimley, Miss Plimley, Mr. and
Mrs. Randall, Μτ. and Mrs. Row
land, Miss May Rowland, Miss
Marzolf, Charles Evans, Mr. and
Mrs. G. E. Rowland, Mr. Shaw
Mr. and Mrs. C. Shaw. Mr. and Mrs. Sher
rill, George Sherrill, Mr. and Mrs. Steele,
Miss Steele, Dr. Steele, Miss Addie Negus,
Mr. and Mrs.· Sylvester? Mr. and Mr. Van
Auglen, Mr. and Mrs. Vidal, Miss Vidal,
William Vidal, Dr. Vreelaud, Dr.
and Mrs. James Wilkinson, Miss
Mamie Wilkinson, Dr. and Mrs.
George Wilkinson Mr. and Mrs.
Purdy, Dr. Waiter Wilkinson, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Watson, Mr. and Mrs. John
Ewing, Mr. and Mrs. Elkin, Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. James
McKenzie, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McKenzie,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward McKenzie, Miss
Mamie McKenzie, Mrs. Kidd, Miss Kidd,
George Kidd, Mr. and Mrs. H. Pettitt,
Mr. and Mrs. G. Pettitt, Miss
Jessio Craig, Walter Pettitt, Miss
Pettitt, Mr. and Mrs. Ditmar, Mr. and
Mrs. Stone, Miss Stone, Mr. and Mrs.
MeCallum, Harvey McCallum, Miss Mar
garet McKuight, William House, E.
Mead, Mr. and Airs. Mayer, Miss Owens.
Miss Swinton, Dr. Van Etin and Mr. and
and Mrs. John Young.
ΚIΝ Κ Ε Λ D - ,\I Λ Τ II Ε W 8,
Joseph's Cliurcli.
St. Joseph's was the scene of a pretty
wedding last night when Miss Katie
Mathews and James J. Kinkead wore
married. The bridal party entered the
church α little after seven. Miss Sadie
Meaney was n>aid of honor and
Miss Alyda Lynch was bridesmaid. The
bridegroom was attended by Dennis
Meaney. Father Kinkead, a brother of
the bridegroom, came from Defiance,
Ohio, to perform the marriage ceremony.
The bride looked very pretty in a hand
some traveling gown of grey broadcloth,
richly trimmed with grey velvet and Per
sian trimming. She wore a stylish hat to
match the gown aud carried a bunch of
roses. After the ceremony a retention to
the relatives of the bride and bridegroom
was held at the residence of the bride's
mother, Mrs. Katherine Mathews, No.
528 Pavonia avenue. After supper had
been served by Morrow & Day, Mr. aud
Mrs. Kinkead departed for a trip through
the South.
They will visit Washington, Baltimore
and other places of interest. Some of
those present were Mr. and Mrs. T. C.
Kinkead, Mr. and Mrs. T. Meaney, Hugh
Hughes, James O'Keefe, Miss Ο Keefe,
Frank O'Keefe. Mr. and Mrs. M. Meaney,
Father Kinkead, John Sheridan, Mr.
and Mrs. O'Shea, Miss Nellie Lynch,
James Lynch and Ambrose Lynch,
Mrs. Bellew, of Tuckahoe, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Bellew, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Wil
liamson, Joseph Silk, Katie Bellew, Mr.
and Mrs. John Mullane, of East Orange,
Misses Kllie and Maggie Thompson,
Misses Mary and Annie Braderlck.
CATARRH.
Catarrhal De»fnw»-Hay Fever—A New
Home Treameut.
Sufferers ara not generally aware that these
diseases are contagious, or that they are due to
the presence of living parasites in the lining
memlbrane of the nose and eustachian tubes.
Microscopic research, however, has «roved this
to be a fact, and the result of this discovery is
that a simple remedy has been formulated where
by catarrh, catarrhal deafness and hay fever are
permanently cured in from one to three simple
applications made at home by the patient ouee
in two weeks.
Ν. B.—This treatment is not a snuff or an oint
ment; both have been discarded by reputable
physicians as injurious. Δ pamphlet explaining
this new treatment is sent on receipt of ten
ceqts by A. H. Dixon & «on, Nos. 337 and 3sU
West King street, Toronto, Canada.—Christian
Adr<»cate.
.Sufferers from Catarrhal troubles should care
ully read the above.
Credit. Credit.
PISER &
Imitators are Many. Leaders are Few.
WE ARE THE
LARGEST CREDIT HOUSE
In tlae World.
longer Time and Easier Terms Than Elsewhere,
FURNITURE, CARPETS,
Bedding, Oil Cloths,
Mattings, Window Shades,
Clocks, Stoires,
Refrigerators, Lamps, «fee., &c.
MEN'S CLOTHING, BOYS' CLOTHING,
CHiLDREN'S CLOTHiNG.
OVERCOATS.
Everything Marked in Plain Figures at Gash Prices.
DRY GOODS.
Ladies'and Children's Seal Plush Sacques jackets
Raglans and Newmarkets,
IIV are shotting an Elegant Assortment in these
Garments, .ill our PLUSHES «»'« guaranteed pure hon
tlon dyed,, insuring fast and lasting rolors. Mj tidies
should beware of this, as poor garments are dear at
any price.
Everything sold on our Λ'«ι» Credit System, which
enables you to buy our goods on
ITOXJR OWN TERMS
Goods Delivered Ai Once. Ko Security Squired.
WEEKLY OR MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
Piser <& Haris
f 32 Bowery, lew York.
Entire Building through to Elizabeth Street, near
Grand Street. Take Elevator for Different Depart
ments.
♦ ÏO3R *
Pure Wines
and Liquors
CALL AT
Lewis Fischer's,
109 Ν ewark Ave..
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Monogram
W HISKEY,
Full Quarts, One Dollar per Bottle.
[OB PRINTING.
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CHEAPEST!
QUICKEST!
NEATEST!
ALL KINDS OF WORK DONE IN
THE MOST FINISHED MAN
NER AND AT THE MOST REA
SONABLE RATES IN THE
JOB DEPARTiEHT
OF THE
Jersey
City
News Eatabllahment,
RITjÎjITF! a tir
A SXJ3R3E CXJ3R3ET
Hammers Hair Balsam,
THE EXTRACT OF SAQK
Is β »ure cure for Dandruff and Scurf—a sure pre
ventative against the Falling and
Turning of the Hair.
Sure Cure for Baldness I
ana the ilueet Hair Dresalng in the marJcoc.
SOLO AT
J. HAMMEL'S,
IBExchahsk Place (Taylor's Hote
MALLIET BROS.
(Crescent Jewelry Store),
MAKERS AND IMPORTERS OK
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry
arid OPTICAL GOODS,
76 Montgomery St., Joraey City, N. J.
Personal attention given to all prescriptions.
MARCUS H KK! IX BOTH AM, OHUMST.
PETER T. DONNELLY,
PRACTICAL PLUMBER AND GAS FITTER.
Sanitary Plumbing a SveeUMy.
266 Washington Street, J. G
Ε βΤΙΜΛΤΧβ I' URNISHEU ALL WORK QUARANTfiK I
· ·—~ · T· ·" r-.-TTr.·.! ■ :una>.-Ji
J. JE. iriLBffi.
RE8TAURANT AND DINING-ROOM.
TABLE BOAKD. «8.9U PEK WEEK.
356 Grove Street, Jersey City.
*atlea Reserved for Ladla*
/
LETTERHEADS,
NOTKHKADS.
BUSINESS CARDS,
VISITING CARDS,
TICKETS,
INVITATIONS,
CIRCULARS,
HANDBILLS,
POSTERS and
LEGAL PR8NTIKG
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION TURN
ED OUT IN THE BEST STYLE
AND AT SHORT NOTICE. .
BRIEFS, CASES ON APPEAL AND
REPORTS OF TESTIMONY A
SPECIALTY.
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS AT THE
OFFICE OF THF
Jersey City News,
I Ho. 80 MONTGOMERY STREET [Mh BÉikig],
JERSEY CITY
BY PURCHASING ON Κ OF
SCHELLENBERdER'S
EIiE&ANT
Of which he has an excellent assortment, also
HORSE BLANKETS
Of all Grades, from the Cheapest to the Best. The quality and price
of my goods will compare with any other house In the
Trade. C'ome and see me.
J. SCHELLENBERGER,
Harness and Carriage Repository,
85 MONTGOMERY STREET, J. C.
For Bilious and Nervous Disorders, such as Wind and Pain In tha Stomach. Sick Headache, Gldetnes*,
Fulness, and Swelling after Meals, Dizziness and Drowsiness, Cold Chills, Flushings of Heat. Lose ol
Appetite, Shortness of Breath, Ccstlvenes. Scurvy, Blotches on the Skin, Disturbed Sleep, Frightful
Dreams, and all Nervous and Trembling Sensations, &e. THE FIRST DOSE WILL GIVE RELIEF IN
TWENTY MINUTES. This is no fiction. Every sufferer is earnestly invited to try one Box of the*
tills, and the\t trill beachnowledgcdto be a Wonderful 3TedMne.-"Worth asfuineaabox."
BEECHAM'SPILW, taken as directed, will quickly restorefemaleatocomplete health. For·
WEAK STOMACH; IMPAIRED DIGESTION; DISORDERED LIVER;
they ACT LIKE MAGIC:—a four doses wilt work wonders upon the Vital Organs : Strengthening
the muscular System ; restoring long-lost Complexion; bringing back the keen ease of appetite,
and arousing with the ROSEBLD OF HEALTH the Dhole physical rnerxrjf ofthe human frame.
These are " lacts " admitted by thousands, in all classes of society, end one of the best guaian·
tees to the Nervous and Debilitated ia that BEECHAM'S PILLS HAi/E THE LARGEST SALE OF Mit
PATENT MEDICINE IN THE WORLD, Full directions with each Box
Prepared only by 'JCHOS. EBECH.MI, St. Helena, Lancashire. England·
Fold fry Dmggitts generally. B. F. ALLEN & CO., 365 and 367 Canal St., New York, Sola
Agents for the United States, toho. (if y oui· druggist doeâ not keep them,)
WILL MAIL BEECHAM'S PILLS ON RECEIPT OF PRICE 25 CENTS A BOX.
λ tp-si
±urner es .oeimeii,
ESTAI3XjISIIEX) S3 "STBARS.
23 & 25 NEWARK AVENUE, J. C.
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 warranted the best In the market.
Our traced line mantels are ( Jilt, 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
chasing elsewhere.
FACTORY AND SHOW ROOMS
Address 527 & 529 Grand St.,
2 £· 4 Woodward St., Jersey City, N. J
S2JL2
CHARLES WOLFS
FOR YOUR
Ms, Travel! Bum,
Pscketbooks, Steamer Chairs, Etc.
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE. SAMPLE CASES !
AND TRUNKS MADE TO ORDER.
CHARLES WOLF,
58 Corilandt Street, Ν. Y.,
COR. GREENWICH.
r?OOD LUCK TO ALL·
WHO USE THEM.
MEDICAL SOCIETIES
Endorse Ttiem,
PHYSICIANS
Prescribe Thera,
EVERYBODY
Praises Them, and
DRUGGISTS
Sell Them.
f. â. ATflgER. Prop., Saratoga Spring H· T.
A LARGËSTOCK
— OW —
Rugs, Lase Curtains,
Olocks,
Rogers' Silverware,
AND OTHER UBKFUL
HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES,
FOB
GASH OR OH TIME.
Call and IwiBlm Than·.
CEORGE E. WATSON,
61 Montgomery St.
SEE THE ARTISTIC EFFECTS
WE PRODUCE WITH OUB
LOW PRICED GOODS.
H. C- FISK
WALL PAPERS,
138 YOBK S Τ HE ET.
SHERIFF'S SALE - IN CHANCERY OF NEW
JERSEY.
Between Stephen B. Vreel and, complainant, and
Louisa M. Cable et, al., defendants.
Fj. la., for sale of mortgaged premises.
Returnable February Term, istfo.
Wallls, Edward & Bumated. solicitors.
By virtue of the above stated writ to me directed
and delivered, I shall Bell by public vendue at F. G. I
Wolbert'B Real Estât» and Auction Rooms, No. 47
Montgomery street, on
THURSDAY, the Fifth Day of December, A. D. 1839,
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 sfty:—
All those certain lots, tracts or uaroels of land,
situate. lying aud being in Jersey City. Hudson
county, New Jersey, and which on a certain map on
file in the office of the Register of said county, en
titled "Map of Lafayette, one mile from Jersey City
Ferry Co., N. J., and known and designated as lots
numbered eight {*), nine (9). ten <10), eleven (11) and
twelve (12), in block numbered one (I), and may be
more particularly described as follows:—
Beginning at a point formed by tlie intersection
of the southwesterly line of Lafayette street with
the southeasterly line of Hue street; thence run
ning southwesterly along the southeasterly line of
Pine street one hundred and fifty feet; thence ( )
southeasterly parallel with Lafayette street and
Along the divTiioli line between lots, seven and
eight, block one on the aforesaid map, eighty-live
feet, "more or lees, to the lino of lauds formerly of
Cornelius uarWxbrant ; thence (■';) northeasterly
along said line of Uurrabrant and ihe rear line of
eight aud nine and the easterly line or lot twelve,
block one, on the aforesaid map, one hundred and
fifty gpet, more'ori ess, to the southwesterly line of
Laiayettç street»; thence (1) itorthwesterly along the
. southwostv-rly line of Lafayette street çighty-flve
i feet and'lour inches, more or less, to the point ο
I place of beginning.
Toother with all the boilers, engine*, shafting,
machinery, washing implement# ami fixtures in
I and upon said premises connected with the iaundry
i business now carried on upon the premises.
• Dated October 29, ISS'J.
ROBERT DAVIS,
Sheriff.
BURR BREWING CÔ!
227 West 18th Street,
VOSIK.
CARPETS AT AUCTION.
WILLIAM J. ROUGET, Auctioneer,
WILL SELL ON
THURSDAY, NOV. 31, AT 2 P.
AT
THOMAS J. STEWART'S
Carpet Cleaning Works
AND
Storage Warehouse
Cor. ERIK AND FIFTH STS. Jersey City
All Grades of CARPETS, RUGS
LINING, ETC.,
All Cleaned and Renovated.
IIVATEO RAILROAD,
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN* TO ALL
parties interested that the Central Elevated
Transit Company, ft corporation ot the State of
New Jersey. ha3 filed a petition with the Board of
Aldermen, asking permision to locate, construct,
maintain and operate an Elevated Railroad over
and along? the following route in Jersey City:-—
f'ommenoiQK at or near the fetry house of the Cea
tral Railroad of New Jersey at ι ornmunipaw ou
the Hudson Itiver; thence ο» er private propeity to
the easterly end of Johnston avenue; thence west
erly over and alomc Johnston avenue to and across
Grand street to the easterly end of Oswego street;
thence westerly over and along Oswego street 10
the westerly end thereof; thence westerly across
private property crossing CorUeiison avenue. Clif
ton place and Summit avenue to the easterly end of
Jewitt avenue; thence westerly over and along
Jewett avenue to and across west aide aveuue;
together with the light to cross all intermediate
streets and avenues. And that ^aiu Board has sp
uoiuted Friday, Noveinlier ^9, 1889, at eight, p. m.. at
the Aldermanie Chamber in the City Hall as the
time and place when and where they will consider
the said application and hear all parties interested
therein.
Dated November 13; 1SS9.
JOHN E. SCOTT,
City Clerk.

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