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VANDERBIIXS BONANZA.
Kursing the Millions of the Tulane
Estate—Other State Sews.
In the Mercer court, yesterday morn
ing, John F. Hagermnn, of Princeton,
made a motion for a decree of distribu
tion in the Paul Tulane estate on behalf
of his client, Lewis Batls, of Alabama.
George O. Vandcrbilt, as administrator
of the estate, objected to the motion, lie
showed that the estate was being settled
up as fast as was advantageous to the
heirs. He said he had shown Mr. Hager
anan everything connected with the case,
and only" asked that he be allowed to
collect the moneys due without pushing
the mortgagors too severely. He had nu
agreement with the heirs, he said, giv
ing him that power because, in foreclos
ing all the mortgages in question, they
would lose a great deal of money.
Air. Hagerman denied that Mr. Vander
bilt had any such power from his client.
He asserted that though Mr. Vanderbilt
had been three years settling up the estate
nothing had been done until the last three
months. Mr. Hagerman was going on to
eay that things were likely to drag on for
three more years when Mr. Vanderbilt
interrupted him by stating that he could
facilitate matters by paying to the admin
istrators the amount due the estate ou the
notes, due bills and checks he had given
Paul Tulane for money loaned him by
Tulane.
Mr. Hagerman became very angry and
declared that counsel was making this a
personal matter. He said if Mr. Vander
bilt claimed he owed the estate he would
bring in a bill that would counterbalance
that once over.
The motion made by Mr. Hagerman
was overruled with costs and the latter
took an appeal.
Λ Ghastly Find in a Wood.
The body of a man named August
Davis was fount! in a wood near Fair
view, Delrain township, in Burlington
county, on Sunday by several boys. It
was ttrst thought he had been foully
dealt with, but upon examination α bottle
labeled laudanum w»s found in hie
pocket, which indicated that he had died
by his own hand. On his person was also
found a pawn ticket for a gold watch.
The body was removed to Riverside, the
Coroner's jury rendering a verdict of
death by poison administered by himself.
Λ. Urklffflton Company rtmoarrasecu.
An attachment was issued in New York
yesterday against the Eastlake Woollen
Company, of Bridgeton, N. J., for $."!5,000
άη favor of James Whiting, and Deputy
(Sheriff Calhoun attached some goods in
transit at Pier 8, North River. The com
pany was reorganized four years ago, and
claimed to have a capital of$4ti,000.
LAST NIGHT'S DANCES.
<The Cables, aa<l Our Own, and the
Adonis Hold Successful Halle.
The Cable Athletic Association ball at
■Oakland Rink last evening drew a great
■throng. The hall was beautifully deco
rated.
The grand march contained one hun
dred and forty-two couples, and was led
Hoy George P. McCormack and M1ss Mc
Dermott, followed by William Donnigan,
Alderman P.H. Connolly, Daniel Hawkes
and wife. P. Mclnerney and wife. John
Heffman, Cal McCarthy and Lucy Good,
ichaelEgan.PurceFleming, Ed. Connolly
ichael O'Grady, Frank Williams and
Lizzie Theodore, Thomas Burke and Miss
iBurke, Michael Hudnut and Mrs. Con
nors, P. Sheridan and Mary Sheehan,
John Nichols and sister, Thos. Donnigan
land Miss Davie, Geo. Woods and wife,
.Jas. Hughes and Miss M. Sweeney, Win.
Kent and Katie Lynch, John Burton, D.
iSuilivan, Dennis Hayes, Jas. Lyons
■and Miss M. McMahon, B. McMahon
And Annie Curley, Thomas Sexton,
J. A. Mahoney and sister, P. Hayes and
Miss M. Hartwell, J. Geraghty and Lillie
■Kaiser, James Curley and Miss S. Mc
tMahon, John Cotter and sister, John
Tooraey and Jesie English, Arthur J.
"Egan, E. J. Murphy and Katie Ilearn,
D. Fleming and Mies H. Buckley, Jas.
ÛMcMahon and Miss M. Donovan John
isweney and Miss C. Mui-phy, W. T.
awkes and wife, John Donnelly and
iss S. McKenna, Mr. Stringer and wife,
•Thomas Battersby and wife, Tim Curtin,
John Dvvyer, Martin Kelly and Lizzie
\I)aly, James Morton, John Manning,
William Qmnn, T. Minahan and
•wife, John Ryan and wife,
William Longhead and wife,
P. Buckley and wife, William Cleary and
siiter, Phil Brady and sister, T. Fian
nagan and Bister, D. Kelleher, J. Haley
ana sister, P. M. Sands and lady, J. Mc
Carthy, James McGuire and sister, P.
Keen and wife, M. Toomey and wife,
John Thomas, Daniel Cahilï and sister,
T. Copinger, R. Godfrey, M. King, T.
Malone and Misr M. Coffey, M. Muse and
sister, J. Purcell and Mrs. Sheehan,
Frank Young, Henry Tanzey and Maggie
Ryan, John Cannon, M. Kelly and Miss
M. Reehil, T. Kelly and Miss N.
Rogan, John Sweeny and Miss Clark,
Mascott Willie Kirby, P. Flyuu and
Bister, Assemblyman J. F. Kolly, P. F.
McMahon and Annie Uoran, Delia
Coney, Alice Sheridan, D. Carroll and
Annie Whitney and Mr. Russell and
wife.
"OUR UNION'S" STAG TARTY.
There Was a Big Crowd in the Club
Rooms Last Might.
The club rooms of the familiar dram
atic and literary association, "Our
Union," on Central Avenue, were occu
pied by a happy company, consisting of
the members and a number of gentlemen
guests assembled to celebrate the so
ciety's fifth anniversary. The tables con
tained an abundant supply of solid and
liquid refreshments, and the members
were evidently determined to make the
event a notable one in the history of the
society.
Mr. P. J. O'Connell, officiated as toast
master, and after an opening address by
President William H. Dean, the follow
ing order of exercises was presented:—
Toast, "Our Union," responded to by
P. J. Median: song. S. P. Meehan; reci
tation, W. V. O'Connell; toast, "Our
Guests," V. L. Figarrotta: song, M. Doran;
toast, "Literary Associations." H. A.
Pinckney; recitation, W. H. Dean; toast,
"Our Officers," M. H. Carr; song, J.
Costley; toast, "The Church," W. V.
■O'Connell; song, V. R. Figarrotta; toast,
""Kindred Societies," J. A. Butler; recita
tion, H. A. Pinckney: toast, "The Press,"
J. J. Nevin; toast, "Our Country," R. J.
Allen; toast, "Our City," J. W. Jack
.away; recitation, J. Smith; toast. "The
Ladies," F. J. McCoy; toast, "Our Hon
orary Men: bers," W. P. Evans.
Letters of regret were received from
(Surrogate O'Ncii, W. C. Ileppenheimer,
Dr. Kissam, of Brooklyn, and Fathers
» Bogan and Brennan.
The Catholic Young Men's Association
<was represented by T. L. Leddy. J. Dur
•vey, T. Keenan, T. Cagney, M. McGiver
and A. Corbitt. Messrs. Moran and Con
nors represented the St. Joseph's Lycoum,
and Messrs. M. Walsh, P. Dunn, J. Man
sion, A. Rochester, W. Ulrich, H. Schall
and Dr. Nevine were among the guests.
All the toasts were drunk standing and
the celebration occupied the best
hours of the night.
Til» Adoule Pleasure Clul>.
The Adonis Pleasure Club entertained
last evening at Bergen Hall. This is a
young but influential band of handsome
Lafayette young men, organized for the
purposes of enlivening dull times in that
district.
The affair was the first under their
auspices and their friends turned out in
force. The programme consisted of
every feature of terpsicliorean art,
from a Donnybrook break down to a
Saratoga lancers. There were twenty
four numbers on the bill.
Among those present were.—John
Adams and Miss Minnie Moloney, who
I
Wonder
and Satisfaction
will be your experience
when you first try Pearl
ine. You'll wonder at its
miraculous cleansing—
time—-labor-saving proper
ties. Wonder why you had
not discovered the truth before.
You'll be satisfied that all the
good things you have read or
heard of Pearline are true—if
you've heard bad, you'll be satis
fied'twasfalse. There'shundreds
ot uses tor rearline be
side the laundry and
house-cleaning—for
washing dishes, china,
glassware, silver,straw
hats, felt hats, bead
trimmings, marble,
bronzes, oil paintings,
carpets ; in lact, everything in the house, Irom top to bot
tom—all that's washable—will be far more satisfactory
because of the liberal use of Pearline. It is harmless.
ΤΠΧ Peddlers and some unscrupulous grocers are offering
Τ Τf~\ imitations which they claim to be Pearline, or "the
1 Jv / VV ill V—' same as Pearline." IT'S FALSE—they are not, and
besides are dangerous. '5» Pearline is manufactured only by JAMES PYlE, New York.
led the first march; Frank Van Leu veil
and Mary G'iers, leaders of the second;
Joseph Roland and -Mary Barry,
John Barry and Miss B. Goeghan,
Thomas Tuers and sisters, Mr.
Nelson and Nellie Killen, John
Reilly and Annie Killen, Michael Mc
Dermott and Katie Coatigan, William
Devine and Annie Reilly, James
Devine and Mary Gaze, Joseph
Hall and Nellie Chadwick, Joseph
Ronin and NelUe Finley. Joseph Hall
and Mary Jersosky, Mr. and Mrs. Will
iam T. Gieger, Mr. and Mrs. S. T.
Coasley and so many more that my
pencil has given out trying to record
them.
The officers of the association are:—
John Adams, president, and Frank Van
Leuven, vice president, floor manager
and assistant respectively at last night's
reception: Thomas Tuers, treasurer;
Joseph Ronin, financial secretary, and
Patrick Sweeney, recording secretary.
Last evening's olftcials were:
Committee of Arrangements—John
Barry chairman, J. F. Rotian, F. E. Van
Leuven, J. D. Blair, T. A. Tuer.
Floor Committee — Arthur Keenan,
Chas. McNichols.
Reception Committee — John Barry
chairman, Simon Barno, Michal McDer
mott, James Blair, Joseph Ronan, Patrick
Sweeney, Thomas Tuers.
The title of "Adonis" was voted to Joe
Hall, he being considered the hand
somest gentleman present,
Our Own socials.
Our Own Social Club tipped the light
fantastic at the Avenue House last even
ing. In the throne: were Ε. V. Collins
and Kate Keuney, J. King and Miss H.
Huughton, Julius Koch and Anna Ru
dolf, E. Bock, E. King, T. Glennon and
sister. W. Guise and Miss M. Collins,
J. Cruise and Miss M. Glennon,
J. Alttrotter. J. Noonan and Miss M.
Mason, T. Stapleton and Miss S. Mason
J. Doran, T. King, J. Gill and Miss A.
Solden, J. Whelihan and sister. D. Brain,
ard and wife, T. Cumery and wife, E,
Smita, T. Colsky, C. Allain, C. Nelson,
M. Whelau, Miss N. G'elbrun. \V. Scadil
nian and wife, Thomas Walker and Mary
Clark, P. J. Sullivan, J. Groffer and wife
and daughter, Prof. J. W. Reynolds and
wife, H. Dubeck and wife. C. Laid and
Kitty IJennessy and E. Allaire and Lizzie
Nolan.
THE HOME CIRCLE.
Reception and Dramatic Entertainment
at Keller's.
The sixth annual invitation reception
and entertainment of the Home Circle
Mutual Benelit Association, a well
known association of the Heights, oc
curred last night at Kessler's Hall, and a
company of 600 ladies and gentlemen oc
cupied the upper hall aud witnessed the
excellent entertainment presented.
The officers of the association are:—
President, Robert J. McMullan; vice
president, F. C. Keissling; treasurer, C.
W. Meeker; secretary, A. A. Franck;
medical examiner, Dr. J. L. Nevin.
The Reception Committee consisted of
I
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I the Brightest Medical Mind»
ia the vorld, as UBed by tbcw in
tbe Hospital· of London, tarie,
Berlin and Vienna.
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Ton ΟΚΠ3
PISEABS.
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Cold, Catarrhal Deafness.
Ko. 2—Coughs, Colds, Bronchi tie, Asth
ma, Consumption. Δ feerleeeKemedy.
Wo. 3—Rheumatiem, Gout.
Wo. 4—Liver & Kidneye,Dyapepaia,In
digestion, Const·]pation, Brights Disease.
Wo. «—Pever and Ague, Dumb Ague,
Malaria, Neuralgia.
Wo. β—Female Weakness, Irregulari
ties, Whites. A Golden ltemedjr.
Wo. 7—A Perfect Tonic, which plvea
Health, Form and Fullness, Clear Com
plexion, Good Blood and lots of it.
Wo. β- Wervou» Debility.Loss of Power
Impotence, an incomparable remedy.
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to five ρ
peeoripti
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permanent relief ALWAYS.
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and is so
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Accept no
counterfeit of
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The d1st in·
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A. Sayer said to a lady of the hauton [a patient]:—
"As you ladies icill use them, J recommend ' Gou
rai d s Cream1 as the least harmful of all the
skin preparation#." One bottle will last six
months, using it every day. Also Poudre Subtile
removes superfluous hair without Injury to the
skin.
FERD. T. HOPKINS, Proprietor. 48 Bond st., run
ning fhrough to Main Office, 37 Great Jones st., Ν. Y,
For sale by all Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers
throughout the U. S., Canadas and Europe. Also
found in Ν. Y. Citv at R. H. Macy's, stern's,
Ehrich's, Ridley's and other Fancy Goods Dealers.
PF-Beware of Base imitations. $1,000 Reward for
arrest and proof of any on· selling the same.
LA W Υ Ε US.
THOMAS r. BOON AN, JR., LAWYER. OPPOSITE
Court Houm, Jerawr City Height*.
MADAME PORTER'S
COUGH BALSAM.
PLEASANT, RELIABLE, EFFECTUAL.
^"Successfully Used for More Thau Fifty Years.
Sold by all druggists. KUCKEL & HEN DEL, New York
Louis Bornemann, M. P. Merseles, A. S.
Hisiiiof, Ε. Van Houteu, William P. Hol
liugshead, C. T. Stork, Ν. Ε. Drake, S. P.
Yoe ftnd G. P. Robinsou.
The entertainment consisted of Baker's
military comedy drama, In three acts, of
"Our Comrades," with this cast:—
Royal Manning, our comrade
Mr. Charles H. Houston.
Matt Minson, a trump..Mr. Oliver G. Mildenberg
Simon S Lone, "Nothing shabby about him," with
soug— Mr. Daniel w. Quinu.
Marcus Graves, a light hearted drummer
Mr. Arthur X). Taylor.
May Manning, Koy's wife.. Miss Isabella Chester
Bessie Bradley, her protege, betrothed to Mar
eus Miss Grace Milton.
Nancy Nipper, in love w ith Simon
Miss Nellie Jesty.
The several characters were well sus
tained and the audience rewarded the
actors' efforts by frequent and liberal ap
plause. At the conclusion of the dramatic
presentation the chairs were removed and
a large company soon engaged in a well
arranged hop. The dancing was directed
by Otto J. Meyer, assisted Dy C. T. Stork
and a floor committee headed by Calvin
Peck.
Prominent in the company were Mr.
and Mrs. M. P. Merseles, Mr. and Mrs. C.
T. Stork, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Franck, Mr.
and Mr«. Otto J. Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Stork, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Heim, Mr. and
.Mrs. George McEwan, Mr. and Mrs. Laus
Granert, Mr. and Mrs.WalterjMeeker,Mr.
and Mrs. W. E. Gregory, Dr. and Mrs. J.
L. Nevin, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. lianne,
Calvin Peck and Miss Peck, Mr. and Mrs.
George Vredenbergh, Mr. and Mrs. E.
Van Houten, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Watson,
Colonel G. P. Robinson and family, Mr.
and Mrs. R. Rufrecht, Prank Kurd and
Miss Clock, Alexander Hurd and Miss
Conrad, Geoege 1. Jewell and Miss
Mills, W.E.Cliapman and Miss Chapman,
J. G. Pittman, wife and daughter, Dr.
and Mrs. John R. Henry, Mr. and Mrs.
E. A. Wadlow, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Bornemann, Mr. and Mrs. W. Brett, Mr.
and Mrs. C. H. Conrad, Mr. and Mrs.
Alex. Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bates
and Miss Bates, Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Roselle, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kneggs
and others.
AMUSEMENTS.
NEW ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
FRANK E. HENDERSON, - - Manager.
TONIGHT AND EVERY NIGHT THIS WEEK
MATINEES WEDNESDAY
AND SATURDAY.
MONROE AND RICE,
in Their Great Musical Comedy,
MY AUNT BRIDGET.
NEW MUSIC, SONGS AND DANCES.
y EXT WEEK.
W. J. SCANLAH;
HO. MINER'S PEOPLE'S THEATRE, Ν. Y.
. WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY MATINEE.
CORA TANNER
FASCINATION.
5TII AVENUE THEATRE, Broadway and Twenty
eighth street, Ν. Y,
EUGENE TOMPKINS Lessee aud Manager.
WILSON BARRETT,
-IN
"THE SILVER KING."
Regular prices—$1.50, <1, 50c., 85c. Seats ready.
BROADWAY THEATRE. Corner Forty-llrst St
Evenings at 8. Saturday Matinee at 2.
Manager Mr. FRANK W. KANOEH
Mr. EDWIN BOOTH, Mme. MODJESKA,
FOOLS REVENGE
- AND
DONNA ΏΙΑΝΝΑ.
CCASINO, Broadway and Thirty-ninth su, Ν. Y
; MATINEE
Saturday at 2. Evening performance at 8.15.
ERMINIE.
Continuous Roof Garden Concert 7:30 to 12.
Admission. SO cents, including both entertainment».
STANDARD THEATRE. B'way and 6th ave., Ν. Y
burlesque: popular success.'
MR. HENRY E. D1XKY.
Supported by Mr. Ε. E. Rice's Com pany in THE
BJsVkN AGES, by Messrs. Giil and Dixey.
IBLO'S. BROADWAY, Ν. Y
Mr. E. Gilmore Lessee and Manager
KAJANKA.
Two Matinees, Wednesday and Saturday.
BIJOU THEATRE. Broadway near Thirtieth St
J. W. KOSENOUEST Sole Manager.
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
Λ ΈΜΛΗΗ Jit OJYKE IT.
Gallery, 25.; Reserved, 50.. 75., $1, $1.50.
GENERAL ADMISSION 30 CENTS.
JJROCTOR'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.
^CADEMY. 14th St. and Irving Place, Ν. Y
SECOND YEAR OF
DENMAN THOMPSON.
THE OLD HOMESTEAD
Evenings at 8. Saturday Matinee at 2,
SALMER'S THEATRE. B'way and Thirtieth St
ARLES WÏNDHAM, MISS MARÏ MOORE
AND THE
LONDON CRITERION THEATRE CO.
WILD OATS
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TRYING IT ON.
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181, 123 ί 125 NEWARK iïïNDE, J. 0.
EVERYTHING FOR HOUSEKEEPING.
T1,e ïrS», Cash or Credit Hou*· "b'X,
For the next thirty days we have made SWEEPING REDUCTIONS in
all our goods. Puiiphasers can rely on securing
Genuine Bargains,
and tvill here iind an elegai\t assortment of useful and ornamental Household
Goods, the very best articles for
HOLIDAY PRESENTS.
, It will pay anyone to call and examine our extensive stock.
Kl ! IIMTUIÎE.
PABLOR SUITS.
elegant patterns in Tapestry, Plush or Brocatelle, #315 to #300
RECEPTION CHAIRS,
of excellent design and finish, #4 to
EASY CHAIRS in variety, - #7" to «45
FANCY ROCKERS,
in Plush, Reed, Rattan or Leather, &S to #40
FANCY TABLES, in Cherry, Oak or Walnut, && to SSÎÎO
PILLAR EXTENSION TABLES,
Oak or Walnut, «5« to $75
besides a full line of
Bookcases, Desks, Music Racks, Easels, Mantel Cabinets, Mirrors
Wardrobes, Chamber Suits, Folding Beds, Bedding, Lounges,
Sideboards, Rocking Chairs, Baby Carriages,
Stoves, Clocks, Glassware, Λ.Ο.,
all marked down to prices lower than ever.
CARPETS.
Our Carpets consist of the largest and most select assortment in the State.
Note the prices:—
Ingrains, Good Quality, - 35c. to *1.00
Tapestries, Genuine, · 50c. to ei. 10
Velvets, Handsome, · - Sl.00 to SI.50
Rugs, Mats, Ac.
I Body Brussels,
^est Makers, SI.00 to 81.30
j Moquettes, Fine Patterns, SI.US to S1.60
I Wiltons, Choice, - - 81.25 to SI.75 '
All these are FIRST-CLASS GOODS from the Best Makers, and GUARAN
TEED in every respect. The prices are better value for the same quality of
goods than those offered by any other house in the trade.
OUR SPECIAL· HOLIDAY STOCK
will be found suitable for Christmas and New Year's Presents for Children of
all ages, and at prices within the reach of all. The stock consists of
Velocipedes, Dolls, Carriages, Cradles, Sleighs,
Hobby Horses, Drums, Tool Chests, Shooflys,
Desks, Tables, Chairs, Pianos, &e., &e.
CREDIT.
We make the very best terms to those desiring credit, and purchasers
cannot fail to find everything satisfactory.
All Goods are Guaranteed as Represented.
MULLINS & CO.
Horse Cars from Hoboken, Erie and Pennsylvania Railroad Depots reach
ι our store.
ÇiLIFTON Ν. J.t RACKS.
Every day this week. Six races, commencing at
half past one p. m.; thirty minutes from New York
by special trains, via Erie Railroad, direct to Grand
stand, leaving foot Chambers street, 11:80 a. m^ 12
in., 12:Su and 1 p. m. and live minutes earlier, foot
Τ wen ty - tii iras tree t. AN EXTRA SPECIAL TRAIN
leaves Chambers street at 1.30: 23d 'street;, 1.25,
ARRIVING AT TRACK IN TIME FOR FIVE RACES.
Round trip, Including admission to prand stand, $1.
Trains leave for New York Immediately after races.
C. V. S ass, Sec'y. G. H. Ekoeman. Pres't.
STEAMBOATS.
Κ IX FARES REDUCED VIA STONING
Ol TON LINE—The inside route; Boston, $8: Prov
idence, $2.J5; Worcester, $2.50. Steamers Rhode
Island and Massachusetts leave New Pier86, N. R.,
one block above Canal street, at 4.30 p. in., Sundays
excepted.
Public Notice.
REPORT NO. 47 OP THE COMMISSIONERS OP
ADJUSTMENT.
Notice is hereby given that the com
mlssioners of Adjustment, in and for the city
of Jersey City, appointed by the Circuit Court of the
County of Hudson, under and by virtue of the pro
visions of Chapter CXII. of the law· of 1886, entitled
"An act concerning the settlement and collection
of arrearage· of unpaid taxes, assess
ments and water rates or water rents
in cities of this State, and imposing and
levying a tax, assessment and lien in lieu, and ln
steud of such arrearages, and to ea force the pay
ment thereof and to provide for the sale of lands
subjected to future taxation and assessment,"
passed March 80, 1886, have made, certified and
filed a report of their proceedings relating to and
anecting dellnauent land, described as follows, to i
wit:—
llluck 6*21, lots 51 and 52, Hoadley avenue
Block 324, lot2, Pavonla avenue
Block Stfi?, lot 25. Wayne street
Block 74fc, lot 258, Webster avenue
Block 412, lot D, Bergen avenue.
B1ockb324 and 525, lot 15, Summit avenue
Block 447. lot M, Whltdn street
Block 861, lot 3, triangle 9, Zabriekie street
Block 861, lot 4, triangle 9, Zabrlskie street
Block 706, lot22, Jefferson avenue
Block ^47, lot A, Grand street
Block 347, lot B, Grand street
Blocks IT.·! und 13311, lot» 8, », 10, li, 12, Dwlght street !
Blocks IS;» and 1930, lots IS, It, IS, 16, 17 a lid 18, !
Dwight aveuue
Blocks 18Λ and 1380, lots 19, 20, 21,22 and 28, Dwlght
avenue
Blocks 1829 and 1330, lots 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29 and 30,
Dwlght avenue
Blocks 1329 and 1330, lots 31, 32, 83, U. 35, 36 and 37,
Dwight avenue
Blocks 1329 and 1880, lots 38, 39, 40, 41, 42 and 43, 1
Dwight avenue
Blocks 1329 and 1380, lots 44, 45, 46 and 47, Dwight
a ν Anno
Blocs: 132», lois 'JO, 4Ï ana uwips aveuue
Block 1826, lots 90 and 91, D wight avenue
Bloc Κ 938, lots 4 aud 6, Tonnele avenue
Block 12Ϊ2, lots 9. 10. 11 and 12, Cato^venue
Block 1272, lots 18, 14, 15, 16,1? and 18, Cator avenue
Block: 1272, lots 19 aud 20, Danforth avenue
Block 1272, lots 28, 24, 25 and 26. Danforth avenue
Block 1272, lots 27 and 28, Danforth avenue
Block 1278, lots 141 and 14vî, T^rhuue avenue .
Bloc* 1273. lots 148and 144, Terhune avenue
Block 1274. lots 116 and 117, McAdoo avenue
Block 1274, lots 118, 119 and 120, McAdoo avenue !
Block. 427, lolt 7, Wayne street
Block 510W, lot In, Randolph avenue
Block 524, lot A, Pavonia avenue
Block 1331, lots 5, 6 and 7. Dwij/ht avenue
Block 1331, lots 8, 9.10 and 11, Dwijrht avenue
Block 4t»), lots 28, 29 and SO, Lafayette street.
Block 460, lot 27, Lafayette street.
Blocks 100 and 192, west 2-8 of lot 50, Montgomery
street.
Block 123, lot 21, Idaho avenue
Block 122, lot 22. Idaho avenue
Block 122, lots 23 and 24, Idaho avenue
Block 712, part of lot 1, near Hoboken avenue V
Block 712, part of lot 1, Hoboken avenue
Block 401, Dlot A, Hoboken avenue
Block 402, plot B. Hoboken avenue
Block 69, lot 43, York street
Block 69, lots 44 ana 45, York street
Block 101, lots Τ and 58, Grand street
Block 61, lots 1ft and 17, Harrison avenue
Block 708, lots 8 and 4, Palisade avenue
Block 7i>l, lots 27, 28 and 2S, Jeiferson avenue
Block 701. part of lot 26, Jefferson avenue,
Block 1383, lots 1 to 21, Fifty-third street.
Block 1383. lots 22 toû9, Avenue C.
Block 1883, lots SO to 47, Fifty-second street
Block 1390, lot 20, Ocean avenue.
Block 1390, lots l, 2 and 3, Avenue D.
Block 1390, lots 4,5 and 6, Fifty-second street.
Block 1390, lots 8 and 9, Fift}-second street
Block 1390, lots 12, 14, 16 and 18, Fifty-second street
Block 1390, lots 7, 9,11 and 13. Thompson avenue
Block 1890, lots 15 aud 17, Fifty-third street
Block 1390, lot 19, Ocean tfvenue
Block 349. lot 87, State street
Blocks J888 and 1890, plot A. Fifty-third street.
Block 283, lot 208, Grand street
Block 818, lots 511, 512, 518, Congress street
Block 813, part of lot 514, Congress street
Block 461, lot 26 and part of 27, Pine street
Block 836 and 837, plot C, Van Horn street
Block 337, lot X. Halladay street
Block 836, plot D, Canal street
Block 336. plot a, Pacific avenue
Block 386, plot B, Oyster Creek
Block 885, plot E. Pacific avenue
And the said Court has tixect Saturday, the 14th
day of December. 1889, at the Court House, in the
city of Jersey City, at ten o'clock in the forenoon,
as the time and place for hearing any objections
that may be made to the assessments, charges and
liens fixed and certified by the Commissioners of
Adjustment in said reeort, when and where all
parties interested therein may be heard.
DENNIS MCLAUGHLIN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the County of Hudson.
Dated Jersey City, N. J.. November 80, 1S39.
RAILROADS.
Erf· Balirond Time Table.
Φ'ΓΙΟΚΕΤ OFF1CES-401. 317. 713.957
X Broadway, 153Jtf Bowery, 1 Bat
tery place. Chambers street and
Twenty-third street ferries, New
York; 831 Fulton street, Brooklyn;
107 Broadway, Williamsburg; cor
ner Newark and Hudson streets.
Hoboken. and new station Jersey
City, where ticket· and parlor or
•lMPlBff oar reservations and orders for check
ing and transfer of baggage can be obtained.
Trains leave Jersey City station as follow*
9:20 a. m.—Day Express. Pullman Buffet drawing
room coaches to buffalo, connect at Horneiis ville
for Jamestown and Chautauqua Lake/
3:18 p. m. dally—"Chicago and St. Louis Limited."
Λ solid Pullman train of day, dining and sleeping
coaches to Meadville, Youngstown, Marion and
Chicago without change. Pullman sleeping coaches
to Cleveland, Cincinnati and St. Louli. No extra
charge for fast time.
6:13 p. m. dally—Chicago and Grand Trunk Ex
Îtress. Solid Pullman train of day and Buffet sleep
□g coaches to Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Hamilton.
Loudon, Lansing, Battle Creek, South Bend and
Chicago without change. Buffet sleeping coach to
Rochester, arrive 7uS0 a. m.
850 p. m. daily—Chicago Express. Pullman Buffet
sleeping coaches to Elmlra, Hornellsvllle, James
town, Corry, Meadville, Youngstown, Cincinnati
and Chicago.
Stations on Orange Branch, week days, 9:15 a. m.,
1258, 432, 627, 705, 9:12, 11:45 p. m. Sundays, 9j45,
a. m.. 1:42, 4:17, 637, 8:30, 10:12 p. m. Additional trains
to Prospect street, E. Orange, Washington street,
Orange, Llewellyn and Main streets. W. Orange,
Orange, week days, G:15, 8:23, 1133 a. m., 232.327.
452, 5:19, 550, 8:12. lOOO p. m.
Rutherford and Passaic, week days. 4:15. 5:00, 6:12,
7:12, 805, 9:45, 10:43 a. m., 12:12 noon, 1:14 202, 303,
850. 420, 450, S52, 601. 6:29, 6:42. 7:15. 7Λ4. 9:15, 10:42,
p. m., 12:13 midnight. Sundays. 5:00, 8-30, 10.-43, a. m,
12:12 noon, 2.00, 3-20. 4:13, 5:20, 6:45, 7:44, 9.15, 10:42 p. m„
12:13 midniarht. Additional trains to Passaic, week
days, 821. 5:12, 529, 6:20 p. m.
Paterson, week days, 4:15, 500, 6:12, 7:12, 806, 9:41
10:43 a. m.. 12:12 noon, 1:12, 202, 80S, 3:21, 3:45, 8:50,
4:12, 420, 4:45, 450, 5:12, 5:29. 5:42, 552, 6:01, 620, 62»,
6:42. 7:15, 7:44. 150, 9:15. 10:43 p. m„ 12:13 midnight.
Sundays. 500, 830, 10:43. 12:12 noon, 200, 330, 4;U
530, 6:45, 7:44, 850, 9:15. 10:42 p. m., 12:13 midnight.
Newark and Paterson via Newark, week days. 558,
654, SOT 10:20, 11:45 a. m., 1.14, 2:15, 3:47.435. 507. 537,
607, 6:37. 7:46. 10:15 d. m.. 12:20 midnight. Sundays.
9:lo a. m., 3:47, 6:47. 8:15, 10:15 p. m.
Ridge wood and Suffera. week days. 4:15. 500, 805.
945, 10:4a p. m.. 1:12 202, 831. 4:12. 5:12, 5:42. 6:20. 6:42,
7:15, 850,10:42 p. m.. 12:13 midnight Sundays, 500, 8:30,
10:43 a. m., 4:13 and 6:45 p. m., 12:13 midnight,
Also to Ridgewood. week days. 8:45 a. m., 4:45, 5:33,
New burg ana Cornwall, week days. 8.06, 920 a. m
Warwick, week days, 5,-Oft 8:20 a. m., 1:12, 4:45, p. m.
Sundays, 8:30 a. m.
Montgomery, week days, 950 a. m.a 8:45, 4:45 p. m.
Sundays, 930 a. m.
Express trains arrive at Jersey City from the
West, 650, 7:40 a. m., 455, 955 p. m.
N"~ ORTHERN RAILROAD OF NEW JERSEY
Trains leave Jersey City station, Erie Railway
week days, for Englewood. Tenafly, Closter, Spar
kill and Nyack, 5:30,"7:15, 8:30, *1037 and 11:42 a. m,
1:45. 8:42, 4:14. 5:05, 5:44. 6:22. *657, 8:15, 10:44 p. m.,
12.18 midnight. Sundays, 8^ *9.47 a. m., 1:45 4:14,
7:42 *8.27 p. m.
Additional trains \p Creaklll and way, 6:17, 7:43*
ε57, 957 a. m., and 12:33. 122. 3:12, 5:14, 5:59 d. m.
•For Nanuet, Spring Valley, Monsey andTallmans.
Nyack Express, *4:47.
ψ EST SHORE RAILROAD.
N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R. CO., Lessee.
Trains leave West Forty-second street station. New
York, as follows, and twenty minutes earlier from
foot of Jay street, N. R.: \,
Chicago. Detroit, London, Hamilton, «9.55 a. m. and
•6 16, *8.15 p. m. St Louis, *5.15, 8.15 p. m.
Toronto, +9.55 a. m. and +9.15, ♦8.15 p. m.
Montreal, Canada East, *5.15 p. m.
Niagara Fall*, Syracuse, IJtlea and principal inter
mediate stations, 8.15, *9.55 a. m. ana *5.55, *8.15 p.
m. (ana all.30 a. m. for Utica only).
Kingston, Saugertles, Catskill, Albany, 3.15, *7.15,
*9.25, all,80 a. m„ s4.UO. *5.15. *8.15 p. m.
Newburg, *10.15 a. m., 1.15, 4.15, 5.85, *6.25, *11.45 p. m.
Haveretraw, 8.25 a. m., 2.45, 8.45 p. m.
Elegant sleeping cars for Buffalo, Niagara Falls,
Toronto. Detroit, Chicago and St. LouIh.
♦Daily. +Dally except Saturday·. Other trains
daily except Sunday, a, s. Leave Jersey City, P.
R. R, Station at all.20 a. m., 83.40 p. m.; Hoboken,
West Shore Station, all.26 a. m., s3.46 p. in.
For tickets, time tables or information, apply at
offices:—Brooklyn, No. 883 Washington street, No.
726 Fulton street, Annex office, foot of Fulton st.;
New York City, Nos 271,363, 7S5 and 942 Broadway.
153j£ Bowery, 12 Park place, 68 West One Hunfirea
and Twenty-fifth street and West Shore stations,
foot of West Forty second street and foot of Jay
Street, N. R.
Weatcott's Express calls for and cheeks baggage
from hotels and residences.
C. E. LAMBERT,
General Passenger Agent, No. 5 Vanderbilt avenue,
New York.
a,W.· J. MURPHY,
Gen'l Supt.
Ε. RIDLEY 4 SONS.
GRAND ST., Ν. Y.
COVERING ENTIRE BLOCK,
ALLKN TO ORCHARD STREET.
GRAND ST., Ν. Y.
COVEBING ENTIRE BLOCK.
ALLEN TO ORCHARD STREET.
CHÊISTIAS GIFTS
Come and See.
NO STOCK SO URGE, NO STOCK SO VARIED
»
TOYS, DOLLS, GAMES.
THESE IS NOTHING IN A MECHANICAL· TOT OK A WOODEN. TIN, PEWTER'
OB IKON TOY, BUT WHAT CAN BE FOUNO IN OUB DISPLAY.
Wagons, Carte, Sleighs, Velocipedes, Bicycles, Tricycles, Rocking Horses,
&c. ; all sizes and prices.
Hundreds ofnewgames, Parlor Targets and Guns, Musical Instruments, Sea.
DOLLS ! DOLLS ! DOLLS !
In great numbers. In fact, many thousands, from the small baby (loll to
the largest and finest bisque dolls, and for each doll a completed outfit can be
had, Dolls furnishings in large variety.
JEWELRY, DIAMONDS.
Diamond Rings, Ear-drops, Pins, Bracelets, solid gold and silver Watches^
American and Swiss movements, solid gold and silver jewelry of every descrip"
tion.
Clocks, Bronzes, Fans, Opera Glasses, gold-rim Eye Glasses and Spectacles,
Sterling Silver and Silver-Plated Ware.
Plush Cases containing Manicure, Comb and Bruhe Sets, Fancy Perfumery
Boxes, Baskets and Novelties, every style and size.
Albums, Work Boxes, Jewel Cases, Glove and Handkerchief Boxes, Pocket
Books, Card Cases, Wallets, Meerschaum Goods, Chatelaine Bags, &c., &c.
BOOKS. BOOKS. BOOKS.
(SKCOND FLUOR.) (SECOND FLOOR.) (SECOND FLOOR.)
Books in Board, Cloth and fine bindings, for all ages, from toy books
with colored illustrations for the little ones to board cover books for youth
and miss, up to standard works for adults.
Books to Suit Everyone!
Christmas Cards, Booklets and Novelties.
Paper in plush boxes, Writing Tablets, Gold and Silver Pens and Pencils,
Desk Slates, Chip Boxes, Phammaton Novelties, &c.
UMBRELLAS AND CANES.
Oil Second Floor.
Gold and Silver Head Umbrellas and Canes. Choice selection of designs
in all grades.
"THE RIDLEY GUARANTEE" Silk Umbrellasare warranted for 2 years
SUBSTANTIAL PRESENTS. LARGE ASSORTMENTS.
The display of Holiday Goods does not necessitate any change' whatever
in any of our 85 departments.
HOSIERY.
1,000 doz. ladies' wool hose, bought with a big
discount from som· of the largest manufactories
in the country.
Lot 1 at 19c. pair; worth 25 to 29.
Lot 2 at 25c. pair; worth 83 to 39.
Lot 3 at 35c. pair; worth 50c.
N. B.-rAmong these good· are black, navy,
seal, wine, natural, electric, tan and new brown
and gray mixed, some ribbed, others plain.
IEFS FUMISHIM.
Men's heavy Winter Undershirts and Drawers,
gray, brown and fancy ribbed, 49c. each.
Men's Cashmere Shirts and Drawers, light and
dark brown and fancy striped, 69c. each.
Men's natural color and earners1 hair wool
Undershirts, double back and front, with draw
ers to match, 98c. each.
Men's heavy dark blue mixed Shirts and Draw·
ets, 39c. each.
HALF HOSE.
Men's cashmere wool Half Hose, ITc. and 28c.
pair.
Men's English fancy stripe Half Hose, 16c. pair.
Men's Enxllsh super stout cotton, merino and
wool Half Hose, 15c. pair.
SATIN AND GKOS GKAIN
RIBBONS.
ALL COLORS.
Nos. 2. 4, 5, 7, 9, la.
4c. yd. 7c. 8c. 10c. 13c. 15c.
No. 16, Two toned colored satin Ribbons, 29c.
yd.
Full line colored Velvet Ribbons, satin back.
«11 widths.
GLOVES.
Boys' and Girl»1 two top lined Gloves, patent
button, 75c. pair.
Boys' and Girls' fur top Gloves, knife spring
fastener, 94c. pair.
Boys' and Girls1 plain top Gloves, 2 patent but
tons, at $1 pair.
Ladies' fur top Gloves, knife spring fastener,
at $1.50 and up.
Men's fur top lined Gloves, $1 and $1.50 and
upwards.
Men's plain top, fleece lined gloves, at $1, $1.25
and $1.50 pair up.
Buck Gloves for policemen, 98c. and up.
Buck Gloves for truckmen and car drivers, at
65c. pair.
Ringwood, Cloth, Cashmere and Jersey Glove·.
FURS."
ALASKA SEAL GARMENTS.
STYLE AND FIT GUARANTEED.
Newmarkets, $195, $225 and $250.
Sacques and Coats, $95, $115, $125 and $145.
Jackets, $45, $75 and $95.
Black Astracahn Capes, $5.98, $9 and $10.
Black French Coney Capes, $4.50 and $U.
Mink Capes, $15, $18 and $25.
Black Martin Capes, $20 and $25.
Monkey Capes, $20 and $25.
1 lot doilble baud Seal Gaps, $1.95, worth $4.50
Muffs, Boas, Robes and Trimmings.
SIXTY-THREE PIECES
B. PRIESTLY & CO.'s
BLACK SILK WARP
HENRIETTAS,
58c. Yard..
GrOod Value at 8O0.
Ν. Β.—Holiday Good· «elected now stored free of charge until December 18.
Ν. B.—Our Stores can be Reached from all points on North or
Hudson Hiver by taking West Street Horsecars, running along
river front to Desbrosses Street; Grand Street Cars starting at this
point pass our doors.
EDff ABD RIDLEY & BONS, |
'· ' '■ ' ·.«· u ■ - {
30Θ, 311, 311 1-S to 321 Grand St.
se to OS Allen, 09 to 66 Orckitrd St., N.Y.
EDWARD RIDLEY & SONS,
309, 311, 311 1-8 to 881 Grand St.
; γ ' » »4 . '·!„·}
00 to 68 Allen, β» to 63 Orchard St., Ν.Ϊ.

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