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FAIRMOUNT'S FIRST FALL.
they huh λ lir tui·:
CIXTIKY'K ΙίΛβΤ Τ I! AM.
Tike VanqiilMifil Cluli Still T<«u(ls In the
t^ajjue it ace—Spartans Mvunip tlie
Fremonte— Meeting of the Wayne
.Athletic Club—Howling and Hpurtlii^.
Tho Fairmounts experienced their llrst.
defeat last Bight in the Jersey City Ama
teur Lertgue competition/ The victors*
M'ere the clever CenturyS, who were at
hotne and determined not to be van
quished on their own alleys, even if their
opponents had won twice on strange
alleys.
It was a jolly, noisy (ame, with shout
iug, twirling of rackets and tooting of
horns. Brown's Court House Alleys was
the battlefield and the space reserved for
spectators was absolutely packed.
The visit tag team had done some prac
tising on the alleys duilng the week, but
they failed to master all the Wrinkles,
If Iheto are any on the alleys, as they
put up a aiucn smaller game than usual,
their average just grazed the quarter of
a century mark.
Four οί their team stopped in the teens,
two in the twenty bluok, three in the
thirties, and only one jumped ever the
average line.
The Centwjs had out their full team.
Bowley and H an ley were in bowling
mood and rolled up in the sixties. Fish
and Ed Del Orne hit the average. Fgur
of the team finished in the thirty station,
one fell to the teens, and Miller just
passed the century post.
The home team went for the lead at the
start, and when the first frame closed
had It by two dozen, In the secoml frame
they pulled together and went further
away from their rivals. It was evident
that the Fairmounts were not in playing
form, as the balls could not get the pins
aimed at, and they had many bad splits.
The Ceuturys glided steadily away, and
at the fifth frame had a lead of 152, a
heavy handicap for the visitors to over
come.
At the half way station the Ceuturys
had almost a fifteen hundred game and
tlie Fairmounts a twelve hundred game.
The latter is strong in playing an up hill
game and they were not discouraged by
the long lead of their opponents. They
showed a decided improvement in the
last half and the total of their last five
frames exceeded that o£ tlie first five by
115 pins. The Fairmounts fell away and
did not* maintain the early pace as they
droppeu by 54 pius in the last half from
the figures of the fifth frame. They,
however, kept close to the visitors who
made a net gain of only seventeen in the
The FdlrniouBte began to cut down tha
advantage of the Centurys iu the sixth
frame. They reduced it then to 131, and
continued the cut until the eighth frame,
when it was 4)5. Iu the ninth the Cen
turys gained two pins. They wound up
strong, and in the tenth gained 08 pins,
giving thom t,he victory by 135 points.
The clubs cheered each other at the
close, and the Fairniounts remarked at
their departure: '· \Y"e will have to return
the compliment wheu you call at our
alleys." They probably will, as It has
often been demonstrated that the home
club has a decided advantage.
The score follow»:—
CESTl'BT b. r. ! r,UK>iO:'NT B. c.
s. s. n. a. I s. s. p.. a.
Loud 15 4 139 I Murray (I .'! 7 118
Beiderhase... 0 6 5 131 | Wheelliuin 2 1 7 114
G. .Del Orme.. 1 4 5 135 [ Sehweinitz... 4 2 4 157
Kerr 14 5 114 j Sterling 2 3 5 131
Miller 1 1 8 105 j Orimm, 0 4 (i 122
Hauitty 2 0 2 105 | Dohrmau 2 3 5 135
Hr.lse 2 2 0 105 | ilamjal) 1 2 7 111
Bovvjey 4 2 4 1001 Holsteiu 1 4 5 123
t U η S 8 4 J5o ! Herring 1 4 3 117
£. I)el Orme. v 2 i 4 1511 Kernel* 1 3 0 181
Totals IT 36 47 1331 i Totals 14 39 57 130»
scons by vbames.
Century a (J...144 SH <36 SS4 K4 S4-I 956 10SS 1259 lWI
falrniuttui 1λ O.lllO 3« «t 4.» ft! 11» 847 MS ltti 1JM
AveraReB— Ceutury fl. C., 131» 4-10; Fairmouut B. C„
125» IU.
Umpire—James Lyncri.
Slieieis—CHariça K. lUauvQlt for tlio Cçutury B. C.,
and David Oroeu ior the feulrmouut B. O.
Glad Spartans; Sad Tremonts.
Jersey City and lloboken were well
~*-..jepresented ut Potneroy's alleys at New
York last night, where the national bowl
ing tournament is iu progress. The at
traction was the meeting of the Spartans
and Fremonts, of HoboKen. Both clubs
had a large following, us the players are
popular iu this section, as several of them
belong to the Jersey City clubs as well as
being members of the Hoboken clubs.
Leuly, who rolls with the Fremouts, and
Kuncken, who bowls with the Spartans,
are both members of the Hudson», of this
city.
The Spartans, who rolled in poor luck a
few days agb and were twice defeated,
sent their average up to 500 last night by
winning two games. The Fremouts met
with two reverses. The third club who
played was the MaulmUan.
Tne scores follow:*
SPARTANS.
w. Garrison 1Î3
W. Bosthman 179
A, Mathey 170
A. Kellér 153
L. Kuricken 174
FREMONTS.
D. Winkleman 158
F. Bendy ι ..141
H. Emvup ,..103
C. Mayer 18Ô
J. Leuly 150
Total Μθ| Total 794
Umpire—G. Scliraitt, Empire Club. Time of
gam*-57 minutes
The Manhattans and Fremont» fol
lowed. The farmer tpok the lead in the
second frame, and held It the end, win
ning by 107 pins. Score:—
FREMONT8.
D. Winkleman 139
F. Bender 135
H. Entrap 153
Ç. Meyer 171
MANHATTANS.
S. Croinpton
L. Field
H. Carr
H. NaetUipg
A. Fk?ld
.105
. 147
.103
.159
am
J. Leuiy, 151
738
Time of
Total «40 I Total,,.,,..
Umpire—L. Kahlsdorr, Spartan Club.
game—55 minutes.
The third game, between the Manhat
tans and Spartans, came next, and caused
much enthusiasm by the stubbornaess of
of the contest. The result was in doubt
until the last frame was played, when a
numbev of nicely placed strikes and
spares by the Spartan boys gave them the
game by 81 pins. The score:—
MANHATTANS.
SPARTANS.
Garrison
Bosthman
Mathey
Keller
L. Kuacken
.153
,193
.345
.107
.151
S. Crornpton.
k. Field
H. Carr
H. Naetbing ...
A. Field
..147
..173
.. KH)
..14U
..133
75>8
Time of
Total 809 j Total
Umpire—G. Soil mitt, Empire Club.
game, 50 minutes.
Big Average for Eighteen Bowlers.
The Klikows had a merry antf large
crowd at Muller'a alleys last night. Ex
cellent scores were made in the several
practice games and the members are so
elated a t the tine, steady bowling that
they propose arranging a series of games
with the Hudsons. the crack club of the
alleys. The score of the last KfW which
follows shows an average of 160 3-9 for
Team No, 2 and 154 3-i) for Team No. 1, an
average ο t J57 5-i « for the eighteen
bowlers:—
TEAM Np. 1,
F. PjjQftes...., —
Dr. Diamond
T. Ramsey 161
S. Powles 155
lier. Miller...,,j 1H0
Henry Miller 173
G. Mat news ....181
O. S. Fackert 134
J. Werriug...14?
Total
i VtM >**>·
.18(1 P. Maoii'
. lfà i M. Rotfe
J. Piebes
ML. Curly
A. Demorost . .·
A. Hqwêîl.,...,
F. Baiirbier ...
W. Dor se y ...
Fred- ^lulley. ·
Total
.13S0
..,154
...1ÔJ
...170
. .150
..105
...1H2
...130
...150
...15»
...1442
Strikes, Spares and Break·.
President Lomil and Secretary Hulse of
the League prepared η list of estimates
of the totals thai would be marie by the
Century's bowlers last night. They both
guessed well.
The Fairmounts still lead in the League
race.
The Board of Directors of the Jersey
City Amateur Bowling League will meet
at Holstein'e, Bergen and Fairmount
avenues, ou Saturday night at 8 o'clock
to apportion the prize» and qppoiut a
committee to select the tropliics.
David Green, one of 'he umpires ap
painted for the Fairmouttts1 home cames·,
has resigned, liis successor is Nelson
Campbell.
"For Uore" was facetiously written on
the big soore sheet ol the Fairmount-Cen
tury game lust ni^lit.
A league game will be roled tonight at
Metropolitan Hull, Greenville. The In
depeiident is Iho home club and its
guest* will bo tliu Centrals. The latter
will make the trip in a tally-ho and will
stop at the heady uartere of the Century
Club to take abonni President Ivoilo.
The Centrals are u happy bund and they
will Have a royal time tonight.
The Jersey city Athletic Club's bowlers
will <10 to Staren Island tonight to meet
the Aaeociatioti team ot that club. A
goodly number will go with them. The
Jersey Citys are confident of doing the
trick.
A quille 1u the Wheelmen's Bowling
League tourney will be roliral tonight, on
the alleys of the King s County wheel
men. The visiting leant will be the At
lantas of Newark.
The t hird teams 01· juniors of the Jersey
Citv Athletic Club and Palma Club will
roll their initial game of α series this
evening 011 llie Palma alleys,
A team has to iiit a big average to win
u game in the Pomeroy tournament.
The Ifudsons will hurl the balia at Mul
let's alleys this evening.
At Heuu's tonight the Umpires will
have their go.
The Gariields bowl this evening at
Dramatic Hall.
The Turtles' Friendship Club will have
a pleasant meeting at Brown's alleys
this evening.
The New Jerseys wiil tackle the pins at
Becker's this evening.
TJie Von Gelircps will polish Holstein's
tonight.
tteflçetors should be placed on the »lleys
at Metropolitan Hall and Fuller's alleys.
The pins are iu the dark.
Leagues will be numerous next season.
From present indications bowling will
be the national winter game.
The Berkçlesy's alleys lire well patron
ized. The club will ha\e a good team
next season.
Where, oh where are the Pinknights?
Clerk Boyd's Team Won.
At the close of the njeetiug of the Free
holders yesterday η party adjourned to
Col, Brown's cottage, where a bowling
match was arranged for a wine supper,
fhe rival teams were selected by Free
holder Boyle and Clerk John Boyd.
When tlie tenth frame opened Billie
Cook, like the Arab, folded nis tent and
started to silently steal away. He had
an important engagement he suddenly
recollected.
His departure was noticed aud the
game was interrupted while the players,
who had resolved themselves into a Com
mittee on Escort, started out and called
back the absent player. A happy time
followed the game.
The score was as follows:—
BOYI.E'8 TEAM. ÎBOVD'S TïAM.
A. Buy le 137 I J. Boyd 145
F. kiniinerly 180 | J. Noonan·, 1&Ï
T. ItcDonough 1 IT I G. Bovrly . KS
W. Cook 101 i D. Palrson 1ST
J. Daly ,.U« | A. Bruygomanu 91
Total 577! Total <M4
Sporting; Notes.
Messrs. John Ortiiet) and Thomas Mc
Ardle, of the New Jersey Yacht Club,
have purchased from Mr. George C. Ever
ett the cabin cat Henry Gray. The Gray
was built in 1IJ84 by A. Marshall, and as
an open cat developed great speed.
Jimmy Lynch denies that he is back
ing Hugh Boyle, and there is no founda
tiou for the rumor that so far as he is
concerned that Boyle and Chappie Moran
will meet.
Cal McCarthy declares he is willing to
meet Nolan again for a purse ot $1,000 to
S'2,500. the larger sum preferred. Cal has
sent a challenge to Keunard, the St. Paul
kid, offering to meet him before the Buf
falo Athletic Club for a purse of $1,000,
and lias notified the Athletio Club.
McCarthy, of Philadelphia, and Cos
tello, of St. Louis, will have a six-round
contest at Boyle's, lloboken, tomorrow
night.
Neither Joe or Jim Keilly or Billy Wild
will play with the New Jersey Athletic
Club baseball nine next season. These
players are now negotiating with the
S ta ten Island Athletic Club, and if satis
factory arrangements can be made will
become members of that club's nine next
season.
The CusUiug-Gibbuo's (iaht will take
place before the end of this weeK.
A despatch from San Francisco today
says Jack Oemnsey and Billy McCarthy,
of Australia, have signed articles to
fight for a purse oi *1,800, offered
by the California Athletic Club and the
middle .veiglit championship of the
world, Both men have posted a forfeit
of $iS0. The light is to come of the latter
part of January and each man is to
weigh in at 154 pounds.
The Orchard club of New York lias
accepted the challenge of the Spartans
to roll s series of games. The match
arises from the recent defeat of the
Spartans by the Orchards in the Pomeroy
tournament. The match will be bowled
after the close pf the tourpey.
The handsome banner to be presented
to the club polling the largest number of
votes at the fair of the Wayne A. C. is on
exhibition in the large window of
Marshall & Ball's clothing sture. The
banner is of white silk with a fringe of
gold.
AMONG T11H ATHLETES.
.Meeting of the Wnype club and Notes of
Otlier Oriiani/.Htions.
The Wayne Athletic Club met at their
rooms last night. The members were
astonished at the change that h an been
wrought. The copimittee had begun to
make preparations for the iair, and the
walls were partially covered with bunt
iuu tastefully arranged.
President Bushiield occupied the chair
aud William H. Berrlgan was appointed
(emiiorary secretary. He was Inter
elected permanent secretary, as the office
was declared vaeaut under the rules, as
Secretary Conway had absented himself
from three consecutive meetings. He
has been unable to attend owing to
business.
Favorable reports were presented by
tlie Investigating Committee, #ιη| John
Gaifney, Philip OarrlgaU, James Doyle
Charles Dubois and Dennis Quirk were
elccted as members.
ι A report was presented ol the perform
ance u£ the club's runuiug team at the
road run of the Mohican Athletic Club on
Thanksgiving Day.
The handieapper baa not dealt kindly
with them, yet Flaherty claims the
novice medal. It was nlioecd that the
man who received the priae routed hie
weary feet by a ride on a horse car during
the run, and after his rest went out aud
just beat Flaherty home.
A uroteet has been entered and Cap
tain O'Brien was instructed to attend to
the protest and if posstVilç secure the
medal for the rightful claimant.
The Fair Committee reported progress
aud predicted that the event would be a
mammoth success.
The mascotte of the Lorillard D. and A.
A. wreuohed his ankle, but expects to be
in the hunt in a few days.
The shooting tournament of the Ivorll
lards will begin on December 17.
It has four bannerets with the colors
of the leading athletic associations, all of
whom will compete for the pretty prize.
A pretty cruzy quilt, to be disposed of at
the fair", is also on exhibition in the win
dow,
Cahill, Kenny and the other stars failed
to appear at the tournament of the Star
Athletic Club at Ι>οηκ Island City last
night. The Stars are resting for the
meeting of the Amateur Athletic Union.
The entries for the boxing and wrest
ling tournament of the Amateur Athletic
Union will dose u«xt Saturday. The
tourucy will be held at the Metropolitan
Opera House, New York,on December la
Y. M. C. A. Notes.
The Board ot Directors will meet at
eight o'elpck this evening aptl the liible
Class will inqet at the b«m<t hour.
Friday evening, December 6, an illus
trated lecture on Alaska will be given by
Mr. C. C. Hine, of Newark, In the Wayne
Street Reformed Church. The lecture
will be given under the auspice* u( the
Ladles' Auxiliary to the Y. M. C. A.
Credit. Credit.
RISER A HAMS,
Imitators are Many. Leaders are Few.
WE ARE THE
LARGEST CREDIT HOUSE
In tlie World.
Longer Time and Easier Terms Than Elsewhere,
FURNITURE, CARPETS,
Bedding, Oil Cloths,
Mattings, Window Shades,
Clocks, Stoves,
Refrigerators, Lamps, &c., &c.
MEN'S CLOTHING, BOYS' CLOTHINC,
CHILDREN'S CLOTHINC.
OVERCOATS.
Everything Marked in Plain Figures at Gash Prices.
DRY GOODS.
Ladies'and Children's Seal Plush Sacques, Jackets
Raglans and Newmarkets,
IV V" are shotring an Elegant ,1ssortmeul in these
Garments, mill our PLUSHES «« guaranteed pure Lon
don dyed. insuring fast and. lasting colors. Ladies
should beware of this, as poor garments are dear at
any priée.
Everything sold on our JWie Credit System, which
enables you to buy our goods on
YOUR OWN TERMS.
Goods Delivered it Once. No Security Required.
WEEKLY OR MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
Piser & Haris
132 Bowery, New York.
Entire iSnUding through to Elizabeth Street, near
Grand Street. Take Elevator tor iPM'erent Depart
meats,
IN AID OF fcT. FRANCIS.
The Tasty Little Fair of Three Little
M ai dû from Softool,
Through the commendable efforts of
three young ladies, Misa Lizzie O'Neill,
Miss Katie McCormack and Miss Maggie
Norton, a fair was opened last, evening to
raise funds for the benefit of St, Frances
Hospital.
A short while ago these "three y on η κ
maidens just from school" conceived the
notion of assisting the Sisters of St.
t'liincis in their mighty efforts to erect
the stupenduous and magnificent hos
pital facing Hamilton Park.
They visited various stores in Jersey
City and solicited a great many useful
and fnucy articles. The kind-hearted
merchants, ever ready to assist in a noble
charity, responded liberally.
Then the young maidens secured from
Heal Kstate Agent Charles Lavere the
free use of the parlors of the vacant
dwelling at No. tf35 Grand street and
decorated them with Hags, bunting and
Chinese lanterns. Several tables wore
nrovided and tastefully dressed, and
stocked with the many pretty things col
lected from the stores. They have two
refreshment tables where Ice cream, cake,
confectionery and fruit are served in
abundance by a number of pretty young
ladies and misses. All the tnoles are very
attractive.
Miss ΙΑ/.tie O'Neill is a blooming Re
ljeeca and dispenses lemonade from a
picturesquely surrounded well. Miss
Katie McCormack has charge of t he fancy
tables, and Mine Minnie McHugh twirls
the wheel of fortue. Miss Maggie Norton
and Miss Sadie «.'lark are in charge of the
refreshments, and are assisted by a num
ber of pretty young misses, whose bright
l'a'-es, framed in wealth of brown and
golden hair, loud additional charm to u
rather enchanting scene.
The youug assistants are Miss Mamie
Hopkins, Miss Minnie McHugh, Miss
Belle Gillespie, Miss Giissie Manchet,
Miss lripe McCormack aud Miss Sadie
Mi'. P. H. MoCloakey. the piano mover,
kindly furnished the young indies with a
piano, whose musical tones sweetly harm
onize with the continuai buzz of conver
sation and the silvery la ghter of the
youQK maidens, who arc la high «lee over
the anticipated sticcess of the affuir,
whlcli will be continued all the week.
Some of the contributors are Fancy
Goods Dealer Fitzpatrick, vases, lamps,
china dishes, ûtç,; Druggist flank, per
fumery; Shoe Dealer Cumasky, fancy
slippers lu variety; Hoos & Schulta, jiic
tnrea; Mr. Hundley, «enta' smoking set;
Hatter Schaelfer, variety of fancy caps;
Druggist Gesst'll, boxes of perfumed
soap; Clothier George \V. Clerihew, boys'
suit of clothes; Mrs. O'Keefe, plush al
bum; Jeweller Kochat, silver knife, fork
and spoaa in plush covered case; Coal
Det^er James isomers, half ton of coal;
Assemblyipau elect Michael Mulloue, #5.
Mrs. Hawthorne and Druggist Welsh are
also among the contributors.
Willie Jiqrau is the doorkeeper.
At St. rami's Church,
The second ofthe course ol free enter
tpinin«nts and lçotures now being held
in St, Paul's M, K. Church, Third street,
was weJJ attatided last, night. The course
is uuder the management of the Kine's
Dnnghters aud the i'astor'e Helpers, and
so tar is proving a great success.
A short address was made by Mr.
J&mef Prankliu and a prayer was
; offered by the pastor, the Rev. Daniel
H aileron. A beautiful piece was suug by
ι » uuitvtette composed of Messrs. Harvey
■ Hart and William Hummer and the
1 Misse* Minnie JBeebe and Agues Meeks,
and flue piano solos were played by
Misses Madge Halleron mid Cornell.
Mrs. Eva Smith Rud Mis* Minnie Beebe
sang a duett, and Mr#. Arthur Young
sang a solo nnd the entertainment was
! wound up by a harmonica solo by Mr.
ι Hauatt.
A very interesting lecture an "Hygeine"
i was delivered by Mrs. Dr. Brigga. of this
{ city, in which she gave some good ad
| vice touching the laws of healt h.
TOUTING FOR I1IS ]lilGHTS.
: The Luckiest) Potlre Court Prisoner witli
tlu* lii-ow or a llomftn Suoutor.
I Frank Weiss, of No. 211 Railroad ave
nue, was au interesting German prisoner
< u Justice gtileing's court this înoruiug.
: He is a stout built geutlemau with the
brow of η Koinau senator. A red
I bandana partially covered a bloody
wound on the side oi his statesman
like headpiece.
Joseph Hartmann, of the same address,
j swore that Wetus had been dispossed the
day before yesterday and the property
which adorned his apartments, even his
uon-dutiful wife, had disappeared.
Several female tenants testified that
Weiss forcibly eutered his apartments
and raised such a racket that a policemau
had to bo called in and when he resisted
arrest the policeman hit him with his
club.
Weiss stated in broken (ttjrmnu that he
was drunk. He had paid up his reut and
j didn't want to be put out without suili
' cient notice. He hadn't seen his wife for
: several days.
"So help me Shimmeny, Shudge, isli
> dese d—η voomen vats sets lis graey
somedimes. I vas ouiy liding for mine
righds and dot ovicer dere, ho vacked me
over mine head till it feels ash big as dot
stove."
Weiss was remanded.
Corpornl Fiiiilsliiueut.
To the Kdttor of the Jersey Citlf ù'ews:—
Will you kindly correct a alight mis- |
understanding of your reporter in un in
terview with me, published in y ester- ι
day's News, iu relation to corpftral pun- j
ishmeut iu the schools!·
1 nm reported as having said:—"It (the
law prohibiting corporal punishment) lias
not been fully observed here. I'raotically
it is a dead letter."
What I did say, or meaut to say, is that
the law prohibiting corporal puuishment
was not fully observed here before the
time the lîoard of Education adopted the
rule forbidding it in the Schools of this
cit. v.
Practically it is a dead letter iu the
State. Respectfully yours,
KuWAliD KKU.V.
Jersey City. Dec. 3.188».
A Hon .Sinking .Society.
This eveuiug the Arlou Singing Society
of the Heights will give a grand instru
mental and vocal concert iu the winter
gamlen of Kessler's Hall, Herr William
Groesehcl will direct the vocal choruses
aud the large orchestra will be in charge
of Prof. Carl Itehm, late band master ut
West Point. Mrs. l<eua Luckstone
Myers, mezaosoprano; Mr. Clinton Elder,
! tenor; Mr. Emil Cramni, violinist, and
the chorus of the Brooklyn Saeugerbund
I will take part in the eoucert, which will
ι be followed by daucing.
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BRIGHT 1ΤΙΊ1Λ
Honor Lints of the Classes In St. Peter's
Parochial School.
The roll of houor for St. Peter's Paro
chial School, Jersey City, for November,
i is as follows:—
UKAMMAR DEPARTMENT.
First Grade — Mamie Norton, Bessy
Smith and Katie Norton.
Second Grade—Thomas Kelly, Mark
Sullivan and MaKKie Sheridan.
Third Grade—James Mauion, Edward
Salmon, Esther Harness, Martha O'Brien,
Nellie Walsh, Aunie McLean and Annie
Rlnn.
Fourth Grade—John Seward, Thomas
Grifflu and John Smith,
Fifth Grade — James Griffin, James
Kelly, Nellie Smith and Jennie Jones.
Sixth Grade—Joseph O'Brien, Joseph
Larking, Joseph 'White, Johu Brady,
'i'nomas Hanlon, Walter Ryan, John l)or
ris. Edward Collins, Lizzie Nelson aud
Miunie Sheehan.
Seventh Grade—Authony De Bonis,
James Mulligwi aud Thomas Heal v.
riilMAlîV DEPAKTMEXT.
First Grade—John Gallagher, Mary
Kennedy, Bridget Nevin, Mary Furey
aud Cecilia Battel.
Second Grade—Mary Fag an, Ellen Bar
rett and Katie Burgess.
Third Grade—John Waters, .Joseph
Whelau, Jeunie Meegan. Mary Griffin,
Jennie Sheehau aud Jusephine Anglecy.
Fourth Grade—Joseph McGurr, l'eter
Cassidyand Joseph Bradley.
Fifth Grade—John ZoMuski, JThomas
Quirk, Joseph Mazzoni, Edward Plialau,
Agues Turner, Addie Ready and Lizzie
Hackett.
Sixth Grade—Freddie Locke. Joseph
Gaffnoy, Anthony Smith, ljlian Browne
aud Katie Smith.
Seventh Grade—Johu Donnelly. Tiios.
Kelly, Siujon Unlaw, Ireua Bradley, Mary
Dooley and Nettie Bender.
Eighth Grade—Thos. Geraghty, Frank
Madrisco, Raymond Buckley, -Mary Fin
uerty, Klttie Bieauan and Lilian Bradley.
St. Antlrew's AmilTerearjr.
Under çhe auspices of St. Andrew's
•Society of Νaw Jersey a strand anni
versary concert was held in the Scotch
Presbjrteviau Church last evening.
The Courtney Ladies' Quartette, under
the direction of Mrs. lionise Gage Court
ney, a quartette of charming singers con
sisting of Miss Eleanor Beelie, first
soprano; Miss Ida C. Hm ring, second
soprano; Miss Alice 8. Lincoln, tirst alto,
and Mrs. A. C. Taylor, second alto, sang
sweetly a number of songs, and Mr.
Hobert Patton nlayed skillfully several
violin solos. Superb vocal solos and
duets were rendered by members of the
quartette, who were accompanied by
Mrs. Robinson. Mr. Frank Coghill and
Mr. Viccor Harris. A large audience en
joyed the musical treat.
The Hev. David B. Mitchell opened the
entertainment with one of his character
istic addresses^
Λ llt'okeii Ley;.
Patrick Swoeuy, a driver, living at Xo.
4iil Marion street, had his left leg broken
I last night while stealing a vide on a I'eun
; sylvania freight train across the mead
ows. He was seui to St. Francis' iios
! pital.
[SCOTT'S
Fmulsiow
Of Pure Cod Liver Oil with
Hypophosphites
Of Lime and Soda.
There are smnlswns and etuulslonsf
I and there is still much skimmed milk
; which maaQMerwdes as cyetim. Try a»
they will nuiuy wuntt facta revs cannot J
ho disynise their cod liter oil as to make J
ι it palatable to semrttirc *totna<%hs. Shntt*S ,
ICmutsion of VVICK XOHWEUiAX COD
hi VKtt OIL, combined with ilypophn»
phiU* U ai mot* *** paimtuble as milk.
1'or this reason as well as for the fact
of the tftlmnlaHng qualifiée of the Hhju»
phosphite#, Physician# fwqaentty pre
tcribv it in oases of
CONSUMPTION,
SCitOFULA, JiKQ.yCBITiS and j
cHuoyiç νου au «r nnnsjujs vota !
! All Druggists fell if, iw«i be sure ye.· yet S
j the y ermine, as> there are §>*#r imitutiono. j
A LARGE STOCK
— or —
Rugs, Laee Curtains,
Clocks,
Rogers' Silverware,
AJiD OTHIE VlCtDI.
HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES,
torn
CASH OR ON TIME.
C*U κ! InalM Tim.
CEORCE E. WATSON, {
•1 Hoitconm St.
MANTELS! MANTELS!
John C, Fox & Sons,
The leading house for the j
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 beet la the merfcet.
Our traced line niautele arc Gilt, with beat Oold 1
Leaf, which last* forever, and not with Bronze ι
powder or Metal leaf, which soon turns Black, and :
the Beauty of the Mantel Destroyed.
t)on't be deceived. 5>ee our mauiele before pur
chasing aise wham
FACTORY AND SHOW ROOMS
Address 527 & 529 Grand St.,
2 & 4 Woodward St., jersey City, N. J
MALUET BROS.
(C'resceat Jewelry Store),
MAKERS AND IMPORTERS OP
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry
end OPTICAL GOODS,
76 Montgomery St., Jersey City, N. J.
Personal attention given to all prescription*.
.MARCUS HIOeiNBOfHAM, OCULIST.
BURR BREWING CO.
LAGER BEER
227 West 18 th Street,
WBW YORK.
Daft Electric Light Co.,
116 BKOAOWAI, N. X.
ÎATIOÏARÏ ELECTRIC MOTORS. ELECTRIC RAIL!ATS
AIE POTEE STATIOIS. STORAfiE BATTERIES.
GEORGE W. LAB AW,
ARCHITECT!
KUOHS 93 AND « WKLDON BUILDING
76 Montgomery Street
Corporation Notice.
\TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ONT THE 30TH
1Λ <lav of September. application wan made
to the Board of street and Water Commissioners
by Peter Henderson and others for the
IMPROVEMENT OF UNION STREET,
between the easterly line of
OCEAN AVENUE
and the westerly curb line of
ARLINGTON AVENUE
in the following manner, including all intersec'
tione·—
ίο have the street for the full width thereof
graded to the established «rade by excavating or
filling the same to the established grade.
To nave new aJlnoh curb set on each side there
of.
To have tlje present curb reset and new 20-inch
curb set where necessary.
To have new blue stone flagging four feet wide
laid ou both sidewalks.
To have the present flagging re laid and new flag
ging laid where necessary.
To have the carriageway paved with Belgian
block pavement.
To have now bridge stone otosswalks laid.
To have the present bridge stone crosswalks re
laid and new bridge stone laid where neeessary.
And all other work done that may he ueeessary
to provide for the flow of the surface water und to
complete the improvement in a good and sub*tau
tial manner.
.Notice Is also given that on the 19th day Of Novem
ber, 186», the Commissioner* of Asmesmeut filed with
the Board of Street aud Water Commissioners their
preliminary sketch, shew lug what property will
probably be assessed ttnd the probable amount of
benefit to each lot or parcelof land, aiao the probable
amount of assesmenl per foot of frontage for the
I said improvement, and the same is now open to
public inspection in the oflU-e of the Clerk of the
' Board of street und Wuter Commissioner·*.
And notice is also given that the foliow|ug street»
or avenues or particular sections thereof ure in
eluded in said assessment. namelv:—
UNION STREET,
from
OCEAN AVENUE
ARLINGTON AVENUE;
OCEAN AVENUE,
from
UNION STREET
about 30 feet east and 2t> feet west:
CL.EÛI STREET.
UNION STREET
about feet poet and 2".i>feor west.
And that the ;a*th day of December. ISSA at ten
o'clock u. in., aud the meeting room of flie lV»afri of
street apd Water comniiselOkers are Hereby Hxed
as tlif. time and place when aud where tee Hoard <*r
hilai't and Water Commissioners will meet to hear
parti©* interested in «aid application and all re
monstrances axuiu*t the said improvement that
may be presented in writing.
By order of the board of Street and Water Cotu
miilloufra.
Ο EORGK T. BOUTON,
Clerk.
Dated Jersey City. November 29. lSStf.
Corporation Notice.
N otice is hekeby giv«n that on the wth
day of November, 188!», the Com misai ο no re of
Assessment llied lu the oftic* οΓ the Clerk of the
lloard of Street and Water Commissioners their final
assessment map auu report lor the improvement of
JACKSON AVENUE
from the
NEWARK AND NEW YORK R. K,
to
ÇTLTON AVENUE.
by grading, curbing, flagulng, bridging and paving
the gutter with Belgian ο lock pavement, and the
same is now open to publie inspection lu the oWce
or the Clerk of said Hoard.
\nd notice is alio κ!veu that the following streets
or avenues or particular sections thereof are in
eluded in said assessment:
Jackson avenue from Newark and New York R.
R. to Walker avenue
Virginia avenue from .Jackson avenue to a point
about Wfl feet east thereof
Ege avenue from Jackson avenue, about 375 feet
east and IU2 feet west
Kearuoy avenue from Jackson avenue, about 2ÏÛ
feet east and 4G1.4 feet went
Orient avenue from Jackson avenue, about 211.47
feet east aud 44i feet west
t'larcrauni avenue from Jackson avenue, about
SÎ2.2Î (cet east and 412.85 feet west
Grant avenue from Jackson avenue, about 2Ί3
feet east ami 400 feet west
Mvrtle aveu ne from Jackson avenue, about 373
feet ea*t aud 3J5 feet west
Hoetwiek avenue from Jackson avenue, about 226
teet east and Û5U feet weat
Hidwell avenue from Jackson avenue, about 3u0
feet east aud 2Û4.H feefc west
btegiuan street from Jackson avenue, about 2AU8
feet east and feet west
Dwight street from Jackson aveuue. about 241.70
feet east aud 272. &"> feet west
Kuiton aveu'ie from Jackson avenue, about £15
feet east aud iîfâfeet west
Woodlawn avenue from Jack&ou avenue, aoout
245 feet east and 2A> feet west
Walker avenue from the centre line of Jacksoa
; uvenne. if produced through, about 27U feet east
and 24'» feet west
Hart street from Kearney avenue to Ego avenue
And that the %'th <la.v <»f December, 18Si>, at 10
I o'clock a. m* aud the meeting room of the Hoard of
Street and Water Commissioners, are hereby fixed
as the time and place when and where the Board of
Street aud Water (Yuumibsloner* will meet to hear,
consider aud adjudicate upon nil objections to said
assessment and reuort.
All objections thereto must bo presented in writ
jlui& order of the Board of Street and Water Com
missaioners.
GEORGE T. BOUTON Clerk,
I Dated Jersey City» November JJy, 1&&
A SURE
PROTECTION
AGAINST
December
Weather.
THE MILD WEATHER ot
the last few weeks ie at an
end, and now we may expect
Winter in earnest
OUR LADIES need not worry,
nor need they depend on
their worn Garments of last
Winter, even if their purses
are light
WE DISPLAY a magnificent
assortment of L A DIΕ 8*
CLOAKS, NEWMARKETS
and JACKETS, in Plush and
other seasonable materials,
which can be had by the
payment of a small portion
of the price at time of pur
chase.
THE FIRM, by its clever meth
od of Credit, delivers the
goods at once, allowing the
purchaser to wear them
while paying for them.
THERE IS SOMETHING very
novel iu the plan, consider
ing the confidential aud quiet
way their business is trans
acted and the very moder
ate prices asked.
■ · ' V.'
GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING is
sold by the firm in the
same advantageous way.
HASH or QBED1T
ι
υυοο oooo
Sherman,
HE NEWARK AVE.,
JERSEY CITY.
Opposite City HalL

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