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CENTUIiYS AND CENTRALS
a rrsB arjERAor; 31 Ann in tu κ
CJIA M f IONS 11 If S Kill U.S.
Th« Hoys from Brown'l Alleys Won by α
Gootl Margin — Pal maN all Knights
Discounted — Hutrllng Cames and
^ Notes—Athletics sud Sports.
Tnd first round of the League series was
7 completed last night with the meeting of
' the Century aud Central clubs. The
teams had their contest at Fuller's alleys,
on Central avenue, where the Centrals
bowl.
The Centurys were in grand form, and
ran up the best score of the series. They
had an average over the 15<> line. Of
course they won.
"We intended giving you the game,''
was the remark of jovial Captain Dobke,
"and you needn't haveexerted yourselves
to the extent that you have. We were
I going to treat you all alike and not dis
criminate. and present each of you with
I a trame. Now we propose to begin to win
games," he added with a happy laugh.
No matter what the result of the cliam
pionshin race will be there is no clul) that
will exceed the Centrals in the amount of
enjoyment extracted from the meetings.
They are in the League solely for a happy
I time and improvement in bowling. They
I are advancing, and moved along steadily
I last night. The pace was set in the first
t frame when they put up 12'J.
They did not change the gait and In
t the tenth frame had just ten times us
* many as the total of the first frame plus
p. two pins.
The Centrals, too, travelled at an oven
pace. They made 157 in the first trame,
a starter for a 1570 game, their total was
lsfJSJ. In the fifth game, the first half,
they had 78J<, aud in the last half they
made 779, a difference of only four pins in
the totals of the first and the last five
frames.
il]0 Lenlr.'lis uuwiei» are uuvv resort
ing to «peed in propelling the ball and
they do not freeze at the foul line and
swing the sphere, but take a short run
before delivering the ball. \Vith a little
more practice they will strike the right
curve. Four of the team were close to
the average. Fuller led with 110 and
Aletzger, Dobke and Prosch were near to
him.
Hanley and Del Orme had a lively go to
reach the lead for the Centuryn. The
former won and made an even 200, four
pins more than Del Orme. Hulse, Mills
and Beiderhase, too, were feeling quite
well and left the sixty line behind them.
The Centurys won by a handsome mar
gin. It is a singular coincidence that two
of the largest scores of the series have
been made against the Centrals, and
shows the effect of confidence.
The Centurys went away with the lead
in the tlrst frame by 28 and set out for a
victory by 280, they won by 270. They
gained in every frame except the sixth
when the Centurys beat them lay 8 points.
The score follows:—
CKNTUKY B. C. I CENTRAL H. C.
Loud .1 (ι 3 isi I oberbeek. 2 1 7 128
Hulse 5 2 3 17*) I Young l 3 6 127
Milt* 4 2 4 16:1 Fuller 2 5 3 l.'.ti
Kerr 1 4 « 1: :: I Evens 1 2 7 lis
G. Dei'Orme.. .3 ο ι 1M ι Metzger 4 ι 5 152
Fish 2 3 5 138 I Hofmann 0 1 9 1UU
Hanley f> 3 2 200 I Dobke 1 5 4 143
How ley 1 2 7 1211 Tahr 2 2 6 131
E. Dei'Orme.. .1 3 0 130 : Weimars 0 1 9 91
Beiderhase....3 4 3 1011 Prosch 2 3 5 1-16
Totals as 35 Î9 1562 i Totals 15 2-1 (11 1292
SCORE BY FRAMES.
Century 157 813 449 617 7S3 921 10*1 1243 14(11 1502
Centrals 129 231 344 4Î0 010 702 879 10UÎ 1148 1292
Averages—Century B. C., 150 210;, Central B. C„
. 129 2-10.
Umpire—Henry Reuter.
Scorers- William Dei'Orme for Centurys, F. Zohn
for Centrals.
Ά" 11 θ .SUΟ KOSft'S ->lg;c»t.
The Sub Rosas had their regular weekly
meeting at Muller's alleys, and it was so
enjoyable that they were still bowling at
one o'clock this morning. They tire en
thusiastic and have a grand time when
they «et together. Several line scores
•were put, up. The result of the deciding
-game of a series between two well
,iT,Eia.tched teams was as follows:—
TEAM SO. 1. I TEAM SO. 2.
J. C. Walsh 187 i P. Daly 147
E. Haynes 153 L. HlcDonough 108
P. Doyle 167 | H. Nelson 15ii
W. Wois ί12Γ [ Ο Edwards .138
T. Nelbon 141 F. Oerrifarny J Où
Total 776 I Total 701
The Boyd* Howl.
The Boyds had a practice bowl at Col
onel Brown's alleys last night, and had
a merry time. The score of the flnal
game was as follows:
team so 1.
Boyd 180
Lynch 156
Maguire 180
Smith 119
654
TEAM SO. 2.
Giele 147
PfiDKSten 154
Hfculey 15'J
Fernune ISO
5K3
Changes in the League Schedule.
Two changes have been made in the
schedule. The game between the Kair
mounts and Independents fixed lor De
cember 34, Christmas Eve, will be rolled
on the previous night, Monday, Decem
ber 23.
The game bet ween the Volunteers and
Centurys scheduled for Friday, Decem
ber 27 will be rolled on the same night as
the other league game, Monday, Decem
ber 28,
The Bankers AVon.
The bowiiug team of Drexel, Morgan &
Co. came to this city last night and met
the All (K) Night team of the Palmas.
The visitors have several of the bowlers
of the Siaten Island A. C. on their team,
and it is a strong combination. They put
up a total of 1506 and easily won.
The All (K)Nights put up 1,439 and
were beaten. The score book was as
promptly fileil away so that it would not
be lost or mislaid, as it was after the
game between the Palma's League team
and the All (K)nights last week.
Klliiiifer Whipped Allen.
Ellinger, o£ this city, the negro kalso
miner who recently donned the mittens
and almost settled Bill Gabig, a few days
ago, met Matt Alleu, a powerful negro,
from the Guttenberg race track. last
night at Boyle's, Hobokou. A gold watch
was offered by Boyle to the man who
made the bbst showing in six rounds. Six
ounce gloves were used. Both are six
feet tall Ellinger weighed ϋΟΟ pounds.
Alien had|the best of it· in the first round.
Iu the second Eiiiuger rushed Allen
and put him to sleep.
Ellinger js ambitious now to meet
Jackson. His backers wnnt him to meet
ismaller fry first to acquire skill and ex
perience. Arrangements are being made
for a match with big Bill Davis, the
champion heavyweight of Pennsylvania,
Strikes, Spares and Break*.
Pop Martin, of the Kiikovvs, is putting
up a big game.
Tompkins of the Hudsons is bowling in
line form and is one of the most reliable
of the team on strange alleys.
Mr. Edward H. Dei Orme has tendered
his resignation as president of the Cen
tury Club and captain of the team. The
■vacancy will be filled at the meeting ol
club next Monday night. .Mr. G. Beider
hase is named for the vacancy.
The Boyd and the Jersey City CluV
will bowl the first of a series of games
at Brown's Alleys next Thursday night.
Both clubs will have out full teams.
The Investigating Committee of tht
League has reported adversely on the ad
mission of one of the men who wanted tt
unite with oue of the clubs. He is t
semi-professional. His name will be re
jected.
The next league game will be bowlec
next Wednesday night, when the Cen
trals will open the second round ou th<
alleys of the Fairmounts.
The ne:;t game of the Amateur Bowl
ing Association will be rolled next Tues
day night, when the Palmas go to Statei
Island. On the following the Oritauii
will bowl on the alleys of the Jersey Citj
Athletic Club.
President Loud and Secretary Hulse
of the Jersey City Amateur Bowling
I«eague, are obliging ollloiala and are al
ways ready to impart iufonuation.
The Tfcutonias will bowl at Henn'3
alleys this evening.
The Humor Club will meet this even
ing at Dramatic Hull.
The Hoboken city officiais who compose
• the Volunteer Club, will bowl at the As
sembly Kooms tllis evening.
The league team of the Volunteers will
practice ut Keeker's Alleys tonight.
The bowling team oi the whet linen will
practice at Brown's alleys tonight.
The bowlers of the Patnrapo A. C. will
toss the balls this evening at Metropoli
tan Hall.
The deciding game of the Jersey City
Athletic Club and the Roseville A. C.
will be bowled at the alleys ot the Orange
A. C. this evening.
The opening game of the Seconds'
League will he rolled tonight at Eliza
beth. jL'he Palrna Club's team will meet
the Seconds of the E. A. C.
The Athletic Arena.
The fair of the AVayne Athletic Club is
a success. The articles are being sold at
low prices aud are selling rapidly. The
books are filling for the several costly
articles to be disposed of by chance.
The Jjorillard D. and A. A. will visit
the AVayne Club's fair in a body tonight
aud do some tall voting for that elegant
banner. The Wayne Club's officers hope
I lie banner will be won by either the Lor
illard, Cables or Hamiltons.
There was a strong odor of witch hazel
at the rooms of the S. A. A. C. last night.
Irvine, Maleney and Thierey, of the
Lorillards, went out for a loug run last
night.
The mascot of the L. D. and A. A. is
now engaged nightly in watching the
board at the Wayne's fair to keep posted
as to how the fight for the banner is pro
gressing.
The Scots will eleA officers next Friday
The Thirteenth Regiment of Brooklyn
will hold a tourney on December 38. Tiie
Scots have entered T. Ambrey iu the one
mile walk and F. Rush in the high jump.
In addition to the candidates named for
the offices at the annual meeting of the
Scots are G. Logan and L. Gruber for
second vice president; M. F. Corcoran, J.
Rumpf, C. Sklilmau and F. Rush for first
lieutenant: F. Rush, M. Corcoran, SV.
Schober and A. Uisliop for second lieu
tenant; C. Skillman, M. Cahill and P.
Cahiil for sergeant-at-arms.
The pool tournament of the Hudson
County Wheelmen has been postponed
until after tlio fair.
The Scots had not been officially noti
fied that Cnhill's entry had been rejected.
Pat. Cahill's friends say he was shut ont
because he owns a bull dog aud met a
man named McGinty at the rooms of the
N. Y. A. C., where he expected protec
tion.
THE CITY'S SOCIAL EVENTS.
A Reception at .the Home oi Mr. anil
Mrs. Chesley.
Mr. and Mrs. William P. Cliesley gave
a reception and dance last night in honor
of Miss Jennie Campbell, of New Found
land, who will remain with them during
the winter. Their handsome residence
on Clinton avenue was decorated with
exquisite 3kill and taste. Tall palms and
pretty blossoms filled the alcoves and con
cealed the mantels and fireplaces.
Mrs. Cheslev wore a rich gown of gar
net satin and silver brocade: her orna
ments were diamonds. Receiving with
her were Miss Campbell and Miss*Carrie
Chesley, both of whom wore gowns of
black lace. There was fine music, and a
aance followed the reception. Supper
was served by Morrow & Day.
Among the guests were Dr. and Mrs.
Opdyke, I)r. and Mrs. Bull, Mr. aud Mrs.
>1. C. Nichols, Mr. aud Mrs. Wilkie, Mr.
ηTirl Mihj T. H DrPRslftr. Mr «nH Mrs
Moulton, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bonnet, Mr.
and Mrs. F. D. Rcilly, Mr. and
Mrs. Finley, of Mouutclair, Mr.
and Mrs. Lyle, Miss Emma Weaver,
Dr. Cliarles Opdyke, Harry Scott, Miss
Liilie Scott, \Tictor Meyer, Miss Dora
Meyer, Edward Grant, Miss Mabel Grant,
ThomasjBumsted, Miss Liilie Bnmsted,
Henry " Butler, Miss Rachael
Butler, Mr, Leigli, Miss Maud
Sargent, Fred Dock wood, Miss Dock wood,
Clarence Detwiller, Miss Detwiller,
Cna'les Pimly, Miss Fannie Grossman,
Shaler Carrington, Miss Grnce Carring
ton, John Morrow, Miss Lottie Morrow,
Dr. II. A. Benedict, Miss Benedict, C. B.
Allison, Miss Hulderman, W. E. Leary,
P. H. Davis, B. A. Havvley, Arnos Haw
ley, George Sheldon, Howard E. Hall, H.
C. Morse, C. Morse, William Robertson,
Frank Malialieu, \V. H. Sutton, Jr., J.
Q. Svme, William Browning, Hurry
Nichols, Walter Westcott, Miss Sargent,
David Dodds, Miss Jackson, Jessie
Smith, Miss Alice Gilford, Miss Hattie
Morrison, Mrs. Clark Robert:· qq, Miss
Jessie Van Winkle, Miss Lulu Hamilton,
Miss Annie Wickham, Miss Maggie Ste
vens, Miss M. Doremus, Miss EmiuaPost,
Miss Miuuie Hughes. Miss Emma
Hughes, Mist Clara VVhinyates, Miss Jen
nie Whiuyates, Miss Blanche Taylor,
Miss M. Hidden, Miss A. Hidden, Miss I·'.
Hidden, Miss Alice Johnson, Miss Mamie
Coilerd, Miss Agues Collerd, Miss Susie
Miller, Miss Marion Butler, Misa Nettie
Hellerinan, Miss Jessie Perlee.
The Assembly.
The Assembly were delightfully enter
tained by Miss Fleming last night at her
home. No. S3 Grand street. Many of the
members were present and the evening
was an enjoyable one. Kine music tor
dancing was under the direction of Pro
fessor trimmer.
Among those present were:—Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Gratten, Mr. ami Mrs.
Throckmorton, Dr. and Mrs. Uerrie, Mr.
and Mrs. Godley, Mr. and Mrs Dav. Mr.
and Mrs. John Herbert, Miss Frankie
Sieele, Misses Annie and Nellie Post, Miss
Mamie Abbeti, Miss irma Headden, Miss
Lillian PearsaiL Miss Mamie Coudict,
Miss Jennie Caille, Miss Annie Hetlier
ington, Miss Minnie Bumstcd, Miss
Mamie Black, -John Heuddeu, William
Post, Leon Abbett, Jr., Matthew Jenk
Sns, William oeuKiua, ^unuiiui v» imam
Heppenheimer, William Vidai. Colonel
\V. F. Abbettand Willard Caiter.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Browning celebrat
ed the anniversary of their marriage last
night by giving a dance at their residence
on Fifth street. A large number oi
guests were present, and the uiany amuse
ments greatly enjoyed. Excellent music
was provided by Cranmer, and supper
was served at midnight.
Λ Surprise for Miss Bergman.
Wednesday night, Miss Lena Bergheim,
at lier home, corner of Chestnut and
Newark avenues, was the recipient of a
surprise from a large company of friend?.
Her parents had been informed of the
proposed reception, and during her tem
porary absence, the parlors were bril
liantly illuminated in anticipation of the
eveut. The company took possession,
aud proceeded to make Miss Bergiitioi
and themselves happy. Songs, music,
recitations, dancing were supplemented
by a supper, and the night was well
used up when the party broke up.
The large company included VV. Berg
heim and Miss B. Stotler, W. Meyer and
Miss Meyer, Mr. Vosbruck and Miss T.
Gavenitxh, 'Γ. Murray aud Miss Maggie
Freund, Mr. Ortelle aud sister, R Abel
and Miss C. Buck, Mr. Shepard and Miss
Lizzie Mattfield, Mr. and Miss Wickner,
W. H. Freund and Miss J. Van Bearer,
\V. Williams aud Miss L. Gavenisch, E.
Heritage aud Miss Heritage, Mr. Brui.
nasoltz aud Miss Lizzie McLean, George
Herzog, Miss Annie Freund, T. Winch
ing and Miss Tillie Griffith, Mr. ai:d
Mrs. H. Stelthe, Mr. and Mrs. Hoeracli.
H. Goodrich aud Misa Mary Bergheim,
Louis Iierglieim and Miss Lydia Buch,
and others.
* Mrs. aiul Miss ltetlle llt'Coive.
The second of a set of receptions which
Mrs. J. D. Bedle and Miss Bedie are hav
ing at their home on Jersey aveuue on
each Thursday of this month, was held
yesterday. The first was a brillhine
uiîair. and was the debut of Miss Bedle
into the social world.
ïesierday the reception was an inform
1 al one and many «ιι<·«($ were present,
j Kpceiviny: with Mis- Bertie wan Mia)· Tate
I of N'orth Carolina alia Mist Brinkernoff.
j Mr*. Bed)» looktu very handsome in a
; «own liiade by \\ < rth while she wts at
Paris this summer.
ι I; was composed of black silk net, rich
! ly trimmed about the nlain skill with
: three row» of gold. The low-cut bodice
j was made of the Hold and net. Mis.
I Bedle wore diamond ornaments, except a
j pretty brooche, a butterfly in design,
formed of topazes, which she purchased
at the Paris Exposition. lu lier hair was
an aigrette of yellow ostrich, and the
dainty «loves and lovely roses sho carried
were of the same hue.
The grown of Miss Bedle was of white
embroidered tulle with a satin stripe.
A broad sash of white brocaded ribbon
was prettily draped over the skirt. The
low cut waist was like the skirt. Mi-s
Bedle, who is a pretty bloude, looked
charming.
Miss Tate appeared in an empire gown
of pink brocade, very becoming to her
Southern beauty, and Mis'» Brinkerhoff,
a pretty blonde, wore white mull, trim
med with moire ribbons.
The house was profusely decorated with
roses, palms and festoons of smilax.
There was excellent music and refresh
ments were served by Purcell.
THE VEHDICf HURTS IJOTII·
Mies .Sullivan Secures a Uoomerang Con
viction .Against Her Lore.
After the recess of the Court of General
Sessions yesterday, Dr. Taylor returned
to court. He understood that Miss Sulli
van in her case against Lockwood, in
tended to make a charge against him or
connect his name in an unpleasant man
ner with the case.
% Pt .. .. 1. „ 1... .1 i. .HC..1 Λ ! » _ Λ ,,„*{!
she had finished her first testimony, in
which she did not mention his name, and
having no idea that she would be re
called he went away. As soon as he
learned that she had made accusations
against him he hastened to the Courf
House and went on the stand and denied
positively that anything about malprac
tice had been said to him by either Miss
Sullivan or Lockwood at his office or else
where, or that he had ever offered to be a
party to it.
This concluded the evidence and ex
.ludge Hoffman began his address to the
jnrv on behalf of Lockwood. Ex-Judge
Hoffman is always eloquent and yester
day he was up to his standard. The Pros
ecutor made an earnest appeal for the
State.
The Jury were out three-fourths of an
hour and rendered a verdict of guilty on
the second count in the indictment.
The extreme penannlty is ;?14 line and
imprisonment for six months.
A SLI31 KIND OP OASF.
He Thinks tlie Conductor Fuelled Htm,
but Isn't Sure.
Nathan Hagan, of Second street, ap
peared in Justice Stilsing's Court this
morning and complained against Con
ductor Apperton, of a Hudson City car.
[lagan's head was bandaged and his
face was severely bruised and scratched.
He testiiied ou the stand that he was on
.his way home from work Wednesday
evening and asked the conductor to stop
the car at the intersection of Newark av
enue and Brunswiok street.
The conductor, he said, refused to do
so, and a few hot words passed between
them. He said that the conductor
shoved him off the platform; that he fell
and was badly hurt.
The conductor declared that he did not
shove him, and as no witnesses were pres
ent, Justice Stilsing adjourned Hie case
till next Tuesday morning.
Hogan could not swear positively that
the couductor shoved him, but was told
by a boy whose uame and address he
failed to obtain.
-NOT ONE OF TU h FINEST NOW.
Caught Stealing the Clothing of Jlis
Little Son.
Thomas Connelly, at one time a police
man in this city, and who recently served
a term in State's prison for stealing a roll
of cloth, was remanded by Justice Stil
sing this morning for breaking and enter
ing his wife's home at No. Henderson
street and stealing therefrom his boy's
suit of clothes.
.Mrs. Connelly appeared in court and
told the judge that she had been separ
ated from lier husband for a number of
years; that she wanted nothing to do
with him. She had not seen him for a
long while. He broke into her kitchen
door yesterday during lier absence, and
she caught him going out with the bundle
of clothes.
ACCISE» in A CHILD.
Thomas Lawfton Taken Into Custody for
Assault.
Thomas Lawson, a mason, living at No.
448 Grand street, was held by Justice
Lowy this morning in the suui of 81,(KX
to appear before the tirand Jury to an
swer the charge of attempting to inde
centiy assault Josie Brodle, a pretty
twelve-year-old daughter of Timothy
Brotlle, living ill the same house.
The uirl's father Complained to Justicc
Langdou and Policeman Dillaway was
sent in search of the offender.
Lawson, who is a married man, wit!
two children, une of whom is a twelvi
year-old boy, gave himself up to Justici
Lowy yesterday
Ungrateful John Itlchter.
John Richter was tried m the Court o;
Special Sessions this moiuiug ou a cliargt
of threatening to shoot his daughtor-in
law Pauline, nil·. Richter denied tht
charge, and said that some time ago h<
had conveyed his property to his sou, anc
was dependant on him for support. Tht
Court suspended sentence, and sternly
told the sou that lie must care for hi:
father, or the Court would put the matte
in the hands ot a lawyer.
The fair of the Church of the Ascen
siou at Kessler's Hall was in full am
successful blast last night. The ladie
anticipate a throng of visitors am
patrons this evening and a buccessfu
ending of their fair.
STIIEKT AND WATEtt COMMISSIONERS.
OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS.
Regular niecimq 01 the Board of Street and Wate
Commissioners. held on Monday, Nov. 11,1839, at l
o'clock a. m.
Present—Pi-esHont Somer3 and Commlss onei
Ou;.*aaarul Van Keureo.
Absent—None.
Ueading of the minutes of regular meeting hei
November i, JfcSO, and adjourned regular mceui
be d November β, 188V, was dispensé» wjttiu and. ο
motion, were approved ne engrossed,
PRESENTATION Off PETITIONS AND COMMUNS Ci
TÏUNS.
From G. P.Howell and otht-rs, asking that a brida
Ρ tone cross walk be laid opposite Avenue Bous
near live Corners; Catharine Doberty, in relation ι
condition of sewer in Kail road .avenue. Keceiva
and referred to the Committee on Street* an
Sewers.
From Joseph Watson and others, requesting thi
John B. Cottam be appointed inspector on improvi
ment of Van iiu.n Street, from Communipaw Αν»
nue to Newark ami New York Railroad: Maigrir»
Throckmorton, requesting permission to iav a pr
vate drain Irom h«r prouorcy m Kutherford Avenu
to sewer in Tonnele Avenue. Kecéived and roierrc
to the Committee on Streets and Sewers, with powe
OFFICIAL COMMUNICATIONS.
Prom Thomas W. Leake, inspector. report in jt cot
dition of Passaic Water, iiecoived andreierrert ι
the Committee on Assessments and Exienaions.
Prom the Board 01 Finance, transmuting resoli
tIons passed by said Tjoard at Us meeting held No1
(î, 1880, and approved by the Mayor the same day.
llt'Hoived, That the lollowlug resolution, aoopte
by the Board 01 Street and Water Commissioners, ι
>n it.:
ordering paid the following c:afms: Argus Co
and $18 10; b . P. Woodcock, $22 03: Jet em la
Curtis. $00 80; Dour c & Co.. liewes Λ Pnilhi
Ironworks, fiîOrt G:>: (i arret Haley, fii6 »J6; Jerse
Ciiy Hernia, $2 10: Argus, &ÎU 80; John MeCarthf
4 ISO, H80 nnd fiso; Wm. Gorrm, $07 *0: ltobei
JDoiifthea, #13 50 and Siée c «fc Condict. $26
W'rtshourn Bros.. <.9 1G and $i 13; Tnoroas Falloi
$41 04.
Be and is hereby concurred in by the Board <
Finaece.
kf solved, That the following resolution adopted t
fhe Boara or street ;>nd Water ComuilfcSioufit*, ι
wit :
Awarding contract to O'Donneil <fe ormsby ior tl:
improvement oi Cook street, between iioLouen an
Ν '\vark avenues.
Be and ι* hereby concurred in by ine Board <
Finance.
u eoived. That the following resolution adopte
bv the Board oi Street and Water Cuu.iu.bsioners. ι
wiu . . ...
ΛΛν\«ί_—. α^Γ-d to 1 -or tbe
împior..ai'.i-^ -ripw· ·*#-»-» c-r.vrcr; τ.-arron an·
Va» Voift streets.
De h.ai »- hereby concurred id bj the Itoard ο
ι l· iuiànoc.
litceived :.r.rt ordered hl'd
RKPOKT8 O* CHUEP EN C IX1ITÎ.
Ί lie Cluei ι ngiûcer retx/rtvu certificates in favor
j of Wil am Kramer, Jr., ίοτ $1,600, on account of cen
tract No. W7. K· Isa te MeUovern, $600, un ai-cosnt υ
contract Να i>Ui Τ ub. C'a ta: lag . ι $ουυ, on account
j et contract No. 640; John M. shannon $U8'.> on uc
: count 01 eoauact No. ·1'»1; P. J. Condon, *4.600, on
' i>c<vuniu. can ira lî. N'o. 662. H m· ûvcJ and referre..
te the Cotnraiuec on Stre.asano Sewtre.
, Frum tl»e nam». officer.
ι Ίο tbe iiiao. able Uo.rd of Sireot una Water Con!- j
ι ι®:.*)', of» urn;
tkijti*»iA n—i no'.Ost οί ccmp'.s.'inj the 1:Λpr »vi>- I
an.ni or academy Street. at tlie "Fumt ol h&cu*." is
»vac tum«ud eltiht uunuml and fifty doilar> i
iiujii»; ûi«j v)l ii.tfbway. from \»aido Avenue au>i
j iatei-scruti^ Acaocmy .-art et .;t the point in .n.ioncu
| above, shoula be vaouiea, it not done already. Vae
ι lmuovement. will remove Ms ol.i roa ι at tins point
ana tû!3 is a question tint must b·: settled.
Jicap.etru.fy yours,
V· W, Ucggles, Chief i.ntriLcer.
Received and reiored to th~· committee o· tho
Wlioie an.l Corporation CoUuaei.
PKESENTA'IION O* CLAIMS.
The following eut· m» were pr<«fceim«i
Phi ip b. Alar tin. $**o and îkîôj 70; Jam· 3 P. Hail,
ÎJU^SOaml tU3 66; A. Kantrowicb, r+'J; estate OJ
Lenare, $1 4M, Thos. Harrington, f&io 00; Δ. W
Cramer, $120; Απ/us Co., $87 15, |J0, fjj5 1^5 75_
|ΐ^ί $o, $7 8o, i7 lift, ίΐ 00. 50 and
25; iienry Byrne, «U54; harny Coyle.
$60; _ UuJvui .bras' A; Iron Works, $420
una $4'-co. Luke KiluulT, $170 2U: John Nolan,
$.129 50, è'.C ana i;'l; George K. Saiith. *17 uOs J.
£*;neu»nt;ciger, $119 89 a ou $9.» 46; John Kiernun,
$j87 δΟ. $ii'/2 uî, $0-< OU, 5î;»0 uud ^10: also pay-roile
retMU'ini; yavea streets, hu·, ou^nieeis. tlre
nie u, coa: yasberç, etc.. Kûl Je ville god iiîiili ? ervice,
I-VÛ5 M MDuJthH? water pipe, $ζ,\)ιύ kb; luying
w..ter pipe, 76; reputruiy water eaieb,
$l,yiy 60; ι ei/airti>i; over water upe, ;iû: labor·
ers «in inet^ts. o4; jopait> on HiCLcnsacK
meadowy. *.l&'4 60. a'.i Uctober, 1^89. Keceiveu «uà^
re.erred to tueir appropriate committee*.
RKPOn Γ8 OF STANDING COMMITTEES.
The Committee on Streets and Sewers reported on
certificates oi chief engineer in favor of W illiam
Kramer, Jr., for 81,ô«>0. on account of contract No.
637; Kei^s 6i McC/overn, tô'X) on account «»f contract
No. 643; 1 nomas Cavauaeh, $600 on aci:ount or con
tract No. ό4ίί; J. M. Shaun >n, ft)80 on account of con
tract No. 601; Patrick J. Condon, $4,600 ou rit count of
contract No. 652; also tho following ciatms: James P.
llali, $113 68 and $<ίβ 70: John M. Snannon, $140 12;
Joun Kteiuan, ?450 <18 and $2/00; Joseph Donahue,
$u<-0anu $126 82; Den.s Byrnes, >«;o 76 nnd $66 15,
$46 an.i $37 46; Wasuourn Kro3„ $7 60; James Der
mony, $87 60 and $04 75; Tuoinas Hoim«*a, $00 60;
Wosui t Μ,.. o-»m illl .(!. nn,lVI, ο,.,.,.. ·1
Nolan, $291 20; Si. Brad/, $40; Van Kcurca & Son,
$3*8; F. T. Ktnaflcr, *78: John P. Murray Co., *41 7 (J
«ηα $39 00; Mir nail Muilery, êXSS 15; Dttgan <te Fltz
simons, *L7 00; 1 bornas L. Maxwell, Sr*iu; Thomas
Campbell, $102; i*nilid Muiqooii. $69; John W. Kel
eey. *177; Argus CO., $22 50. $12, $0 75. $0, *4 00. *4 50,
k 50, %■· 75; Sunday Morning News, $lo. $7, $/~. (0,
»C. *6, *6, $5 50. #5, fr',; Thonms J. O'Br.cn. $110;
Anurew Kttrick, $19 5o; Jonn Drain, $15u; a.so pay
roll repairing paved streets, *.10.695 83, October
1880, at; correct. ï'ue rnpprt was accepted.
Tnc Committee on pumping and Kesorvoirs re
ported on the claims or John P. M u ira ν Co.,
#210 2d, *161 83, $1<ί9 08 1102 auo $6i 70; John
Small, *178; James McDonald, $8 CO; Noonan & Ma·
guire, *18 50; Fred. Aland 1er, 85; M. J. Car Spring
ana Kuooer Co., *74 82; J. Scheiieobercer. $3 50;
Vanderbeelc <fc bon, $94 04; James Warner, $51 :>7
also pay rolls, engineers, firemen, coal passera, etc,
at BeUcvllie and nigh S&pvioe, $3,^(15 84; lepairsat
Hackensack meadows. $152 50, October, 1889, cor
rect, The report was aceopred.
ThcCoiumicL.ec on Assessmeets and Extensions re
ported on ciaims ο ι J. scbeiienbergor, $32 15; Na
tional Meter Co., *397'; Dtiya ι <fc Fit?,situons, $30 38,
$26 84; Joseph Seals, $20; Dutr^n &> Pittsirndfis.
$81 92, $11, $79 05; Steele & Conflict, *174 09; James
l1'. Soihers, *182; Dodge ic Co., $0 <>4: John A. Vili
*75 86; 11. 1). Woo l «fc Co., $2. 9; Dod„e & Co., *30
John LiirKtns, $261, $76 00, Argus Co., *57, *28 50
,John P. Murray Co.. $90 00, $50 si, $7 31; Prulip Ε
Martin, *210. 570 40, *67 fll, $10 55; John P. Murraj
io., $47 47; \v ni. L<. Coagrove, $56 70; John Kiernan
363 50, $$U, $25 35; also Pay rolls, repairing watei
ριρο,$2,9ι6 25; laying water pipe. $2,885 75; repair
mg water. «aies, *1,343 ."0; repairing over watei
pipe, $348 -0; laborers on m. ters, *293 04, all October
1881.. us correct. The report was accepted.
The Committee on Pubi c Buildings and Docks re
pone ι ou the claims of W. W. Edwards, $7u, and Ai
gus Co. *7 8υ as con*, ct.
ihe report was accepted.
OPENING OP SEALED PROPOSALS.
Proposals lor about 5<»u lengths of 6-inch cast iroi
water pipes, as per specifications, five (5) in numbei
were orusented as lollows : For ea.t una every gri-si
ton of 2,240 lbs., K. D. Wood & Co., $29 40; John Fox
%27 35; toe MeNeal Pipe und Foundry Co., *27 70
Thos. J. MeKenna, $26 70; Warren Foundry Λ
Machine Co., $26 70.
Received and referred to the Comm ttee on As
scssments and Extensions, and the Clerk directed U
return certified checks to it. D. Wood oi Co. and tin
McNeat P/pe auo Foundry Co. (See subsequent reso
lution awarding contract).
Proposais tor carpenter work on Police Headquar
ters. and First Proc.ncL Police Station having beer
tailed ior and only one bid presented, me Clerk was
directed to return ail υ ds received and readvertist
tor proposals tor one week.
MOTION'S AND ItESOLUTION'S.
The Comm.ttee on Streets and sewers presented
the following:
Resolved, That th?. sums hereinafter mentioned be
paid to the persons named respectively lor service?
rendered us ;oremen, etc., on paved streets, for the
montn ending October .>1, 1889, amounting in thf
aggregate to *10.600 83.
Kesolvea, Tnat the work unaer contract No. 510.
for the improvement, οι Griffith street, l'rdm Centrai
avenue to Milton avenu.·, by Henry &Mciiivney, con
tractors, be and the same is hereo.v aecepteu a- cum·
p.etea. ana the wholo matter of the said improve
meuù be and is hereby referred to the Commissioners
or Assessment to be proceeded with according to law.
Resolved, Tnat one improvement, certificate
tni· ilft.'M >»o ilrawti in litvnr r»i" W... ff...»
Jr., tor work done and materials furnished on account'
ot contract .No. 5o7, tor improvement ot Summit
avenue, from Soutn street to Paterson street.
Ilesolved, ihut one. improvement certificate fot
$500 be drawn in lavoroi Keiss & Mc Govern for worn
done and materials furnished on account of contract
No. 543; for improvement of Terrace avenue rrom
Reserve avenue to Lincoln strc t.
Resolved, That one· improvement certiticatc foi
»5GU bo drawn in favor or Thomas C'avanutrh, foi
*'orκ don · ana materials tarnished on account oi
oniract No, 546. lor construction of scwor in cam
triage avenue, from a point 120 feet north of Griffith
street to Hutton stre»t.
Kesolveu, Tout $080 be paid to John M. Shannon on
account ot contract No. 551, for repavmg Monticello
avenu» from Belmont avenue to Fairmount avenue.
Vhxrtga special street account.
Resolved, thnt $4.500 be paid to Patrick ,Γ. Condon
account of contract No. 55". for repairing Montgom
ery street from Jersey avenue to Colgate street.
Charge special street account.
Hcsblvcd. Tnat *4*9 b ; paid to Phiiin Muldoon for
25 days services vs inspector on improvement of Za
briskio Street, fr-rm Nelson Avenue ro Western Ave
nue, in month of September, 188'.»; $1/7 to Jiftu W
Kela- y. «or 59 days services us inspector on sewer m
Laid'aw Avenue, rrom Central Avenue to Summit
Avenue, 2f> days in August, ^·» days In September
an.11(1 da»ys in Octob.r, i860; fCO to Thomas h. Max
wcJ, for 20 («ays srrviccs as inspector on <mprove
men t of Beacon Avenue, iroin Oakland Avenue to
Palisade avenue, in month o. September, !8b0: $102
to TnomuB Campbell, for 34 days services as ins Dec tor
on scwor on Za briskio street, 19 days in September
and 15 days In monui of October, 1880. All to oe
cnarged to the several improvements.
!le»olvefl. That the following: sums be paid to the
Argus Co. for advertising Improvements, all to ne
charged to the several improvements: SRJ tor print
ing posters tor saw.r in Piivonia Avenue, from
Pennsylvania Ualiroad to Newark Avenue; 50 for
printing: posters for vacation of portion ot Her gen
Point pjanaroad; Î4 50 for princiug posters for im
provement or Van Horue Street, from Communipaw
aveaue to Newark & New York Fiai road; SO for
printing posters for improvement of Grove Street,
from Grand Street to Newark Avenue; $4 50 for
SrLntfcurr posters for sewer In Sussex Street, from
rooMeStreet t^i liuuson Street; $22 50 for neiring
on v&c:iti<*u of portion of Barge η Point PlankroaJ.
Resolved, Ti ;:f tuo following sums be paid the
Sunday Morning News lor advertising improve
ments. all to bo charged to tne several imorovx
nieiits: $ΰ for beariug ou sewer in Sussex Street,
iroui Greene Str eet lo Hudson street; $5 50 lor pro
posa/s lor improvement of NeytUne Avenue, from
Garde Id to Ocean avenues; ?β lor proposals ror lm
provem nr. of Waahmrton Street, irom Graaa' to
Montgomery streets: $0 for proposals for Improve
ment o' Union Street, from Ocean to Arlington * ve
nais: ÎC for prooosais for improve manr. of Van
Home Street, from Jouuaton Avenue to Maple
St ret1. ; $0 tor proposals for improvement οΓ Greeno
Street, fro ei Essex to Grund streets; ;-7 for hearing
on improvement or Van Borne Street, from Cominu
nipaw Avenue ιο NewarK and Ν. Y. it. R.: $7 for
hearing on improvement of Grove Street, from
Grand Street io Newark Avenue; 410 for hearing on
sewér in Pavouia Avenue, from P. K. It to Newark
Avenue. „ .
Resolved. That $27 00 be paid to John Kiernan for
lumber. CUume special Appropriation for box sewer
in Monmouth Street, between Railroad Avenue and
secoua nu ecu
Resolved, That by an i with the concurrence of th.·
Board of Finance. Lh·..· ckrgoftns board be and is
hereby directed ιο advertise J or proposals fer clean
ing ih« streets and removi au the nsnes ana garbage
therefrom tcr the eusutng year. In accordance w.th
specifications for the same, ay prepared by the Chiel
Engineer.
Resolved, That. 868 TO Ik· paid to James P. Hall for
ftftad. $113 tfSto James P. lfaJi for sundries. 8140 Γ*
so Jehu M. feUiiiiuon, for Beitrtan bocks, $150 48 to
John Kiernau iur lumber lor Montgomery Street,
tirwlce, ΐΐΰδ «2 to Jcseuli Donohuo for block's, 855 45
to Dome Byrnes fo· repairs «ο steps. Mountain Roail,
;<{7 15 lo D. nia Byrnes Tor r< pairs, Webster Avenue,
$»!£> ;o Don's Byrnes for reoan-s corner Bowers Street
and New York Avenue, $08 75 to Den>s Byrnes fot
lepair.?, iloboucn Ave.vue, $7 50 to Washburn Br. s
for sand, ï87 50 to Juntos Dennody for setting bridg
si one m October, lfcfoi); $04 75 to James Denned / for
swung bridge atone in September, 1880; 930 50 to
Trios. Holmes for repairing too;s; ■ 88 to Wood <v
Mena^hίϋν »ant?r!i*,otc., *153 to fclenrv Byrnes for uco
ot home ami ctu'i, i:i'Jl 80 t John Nolan tor sand. $40
to JM. Brady tor vs·· of horse*. $343 to Van Keuren &
Son for R.sbsis, ¥78 to i·'. T. Kclabâr for shove, s. $39 60
to ./Oho P. Murray Co. for picks, etc.; $41 7o to John
P. Murray Co. ror i-ho wis. *288 15 to Michael Mui
K*ry for returning wail. liouoken avcuuc-ς $$7 50 to
Dne&n & if * amnions for b'O/ms, flflO to John Drain
lor carting "broken stone. frCOOto Joseph Dononue rot
broken stone. £5 to Sunday Morning News for adver
ua.iigror proposals fer rep» ν .ng Montgomery street,
from Jersey AVrt.-us to Colgate Savot, all to be
charged to special street account.
Res drefl. Tna.: by and with the concurrence of tho
Bo*ru cf Fmanc;·, tne following oid claims of tua
Board o! Public Works, be paid, to wit.: $1» 50 to
Andrew Ktitrick loruwot boras and cart, iu March,
1880; $105 to Thos. J. O'Brien for 3 receivers, charge
r; construction act 1887 ind '88
Tn>: îoregomg were each auopted by the ioi towing
rci ·. »,:i the call lor the arcs and uavs:
Ayes-PrrsideiitSomera and Commissioners Dugai
end Van Keureu.
Is" aye—None.
The C mmlttee on Pumping and Reservoirs pre
•opted the following:
Resolrsrt. That by and with the concurrence ol th«
Board oj Finance, the sum hereinafter mentioned tx
paid to the persons named respectively tor servie?»
rendered as engineers, tire men, coal passers, »nc.
emplovi'd at BelJcville and H gh Service, for montl
ending October 31.1889. amounting In tne aggreeau
to 83,205 8i.
Resoiveo, Toat by and with the concurrence ol
the Board of Finance, the sums hereinafter men
tioned be ixud to the persons named respectively
for services rendered rena rlnv, main on HacUen
kick meauows, for month ending October 81. 1830
amounting in the aggregate to $152 54·.
Resolved, That $18183. $01 70 anil $*!15 15 be p i'<
to John P. Murrav Co., fo»· supplies: $102 to John Ρ
Murray Co.. for valve*; $1'*9 Oito John P. Murra\
Co , iorejupplte?; $178 to John Small, lor sut»nartn<
ftjvmg; |i>4 :*7 to James Warner, for feed; $8 05 u
James McDonald for repair· η a wacons: $18 50U
Noonan A McGu re, for blackeaittn work; $8 85 t<
Fred. M nd.'e.r, for repairing harness $7i 82 to N. J
C tr Spring and Rubber Co., Or valves; îM50toJ
SchelJeiW:ei « ί·, lorwluiw» Ç94 0* to Valid jrbecc Λ
Sen·*, lor lumber,
The foregoing >^ere each adopted oy the loUowmi
voie, on the call for the aves nudnays:
Ayes—Presid-rnt S^uiers and Commissioners Du^tu
V Utui^ eu.
ïaiEffii:
special. Academy of Music, mmi.
FRANK E. H KNDKBSOX,
Manager.
THE PLAYERS—
Mrs. Edwin Clifford.
Misa Marie 3Ia<l; on
31 Isa Annie Porter»
Miss Alice Lane,
Julia Peak© Blaisdell,
THREE—NIGHTS—THREE
AND
WEDNESDAY MATINEE,
COMMENCING
Monday, December 16
THE PLAYERS:—
Mr. Charles Jehllnger,
Mr. Sedley Brown,
Mr. Edwin Clifford·
Mr. Daniel .farett,
Mr. J. A. Holland,
MARIE HUBERT FROHMAN,
APPROPRIATE
SCENERY.
MAGNIFICENT
COSTUMES,
CHARMING
MUSIC.
IN A GRA.ND DOUBLE BILL
False Charms!
A BRILLIANT COMEDY,
AND THE BEAUTIFUL POETIC IDYL
EACH PERFORMANCE
UNDER THE
PERSONAL
SUPERVISION OF
Mr.
Gustave Frohman·
KING RENE'S DAUGHTER.
Thursday, Friday. Saturday Matinee and Night, Dec. 19, 20 and til,
J. ΊΖ.. EMM "ET
îTays—'Xctie.
The Committee on Assessment and Extensions
oresented the tollowlner:
Itesolveq, That br and with tbe concurrence of th<j
Board or Finance, the· sums hereinafter mentioned
03 paid to the persons named, respectively, for 9f,r·
vi<es rendered ! euainns water pipe for t he montr
erdina October 81st, 1889, amounting in the agsru
prate to 12,91 (J 25.
liesoived, That bv and with the concurrence of th«
Bonro of Flnance.the sums h-remaUer m ïntioned b*
paid to (he persons named respeccive/y fer servien
rendered laying water mpe for month ending Oeio
ber 31st, 1889. amounting m the augrcgate t<
ti.885 75.
Resolved, That by and witn the concurrence of the
Board of Finance, the sums hereinafter mentioned
ec paid to persons named lespective!y for services
renfler tl repairing water gates for month endlnj
October 31st, 1889, amounting in the aggregate tt
$1,343 50.
Resolved, That by and with the concurrence of th«
Hoard of Finance, the sums hi-remaft?r mciitie*eu
be paid to tue persons named respectively for ser
vices rendered as laborers υιι meters, for tne mollit
endinar Ο tober 31,1889, amounting in the aggregate
to ί2·).°» 54.
October 11, 0:21 p. m., still.—Owner. John Bush
man; occupants, several families; 159 Steuben
Street; rrame tenement; loss, slight: cause, lam ι
explosion.
uctoDcr 12. 2:03 p. m.. still—Owner, F. Stevens,
agent; occupant, John Burns; 2?A\4 :?ixth Street
frame dwelling; loss, slight; cause, defective
rhimney.
October 14. 3:08 p. m„ box 81—Owners and occu
pants, Pennsylvania Railroad: foot Exchange Place
s tea m radiator; loss, slight; cause, bursting o. stean
pipe.
October 18, 3:10 a.m.. box 01—Owner and occupant,
Η. H. Snyder; 140 Whiton Street: frame stable: Jos'
on stock. *100; on buiinintr, 1535: insurance on s^onk,
none; on building, $535: cause, un Known.
October 24, ϋ:1*5 a. m., box 52—Owner and occupant,
T. F. Noonan; 43 Van Winkle Street; rrame dwell
ing; loss slight; cause, spark trom chimney.
October 25, 4:57 p. m., box 5—Owner ana occupant,
Win. Brown, 42 and 44 Hudson Street: ericii
(machine) shop; loss slight; cause, trie:Ion ot machin
ery.
October 27, .12:08 a. m., box 57—Owners and occu
pants, Pacific Avenue, ooposfte Biainhal': rrarai
(stove) foundry; loss on stock. $8,850; on building
$5.?2i; insurance on stock, 88,859; on building, $5;72l
cause, unknown.
occupant·, several tamilies; 357 Thud Street; rrumc
dwelling; lots slight; cause.defective flue.
October 00. 11:30 a. m., still—Owner, dare. K. Sur·
ber; occupants, M. Mulry and others; 176 Newark
Aveuue; brick store anil dwell inc. lose eo slock, $101;
υη building. $15: insurance on stock. $101; on build
inr, $15; cause, upsetting of stove.
October 31, 7:05p. m.. box 4—Owner, Michael Coyle:
occupants, s venu families; 50 Susses Street, frame
ten· meat; ioss slight; cause unknown.
Total loss in October, fifteen thousand three hun
dred and eighty-one dollars <*15,38i»; total HUHjranc*
paid in October, llftren thousand three hundred an·^
eighty-one dollars ($15,383); total number of alarms
fourteen (14); total number of bell alarms, seven .71
Resolved, That by anu with the concurrence orrna
Board of Finance, the sums hereinafter xnentlonee
be paid to the persons named, respectively, for ser
vices rendered reoatring over water ρ pa for the
month ending Ociooer 31, 1889, amounting iu
the aggregate to $348 25.
Resolved. That by and with the concurrence οΓ the
Board or Finance the contract tor furnishing ana
delivering about 500 lengths of C-inch cast iron water
pipe, be and is hereby awarded to "Warren Foundry
■nd Machine Co.,at the nnce named tn thfir pro
rnsals. viz.: $20 70 p< r gross ton of 2,240 oounds, that
eing the lowest old received, and tnat the Corpora
tion Attorney be requested to prepare and have
executed the necessary contract for the same
Resolved, That $50 be paid to John Kieraan; tor
lumber; frt.l 50 to John Klernau, for lumber; $25 35
to John Kiernan, for lu9bei;$50 70 to Wm. Cos
grove, for pumps.
Resolved, That $40 55 be OR id to Philip TS. Martin,
for repair» at ofiice. $210 to Philip Martin, for
pig lead; $6? 01 to Philip E. Martin, for setting me
ters; $70 4ft to Philip Li. Martin, for repa-rs to me
nace; $79 06. $81 02. $11. $26 84 and $30 38 to Dutzan
if Fitsiimons. for fpert: $75 80 to John A. Vill, for
repairing harness, etc.. $22 15 to J. Sclieileneerger.
for harness supplies; $397 to National Meter Co.. tor
meters; $01 to .iohn Larktns. for repavintr. $7«i 50 to
John Laroins, for repavme; $50 Si to John P. Mur
ray Co.. for paints, etc ; $47 47 to John P. Murray
Co., for picks, etc.; $00 60 to John P. Murray Co., for
tools: $7 3.1 to Johp P. Murray Co., for kerosene oil;
$67 to the Λivus Co., for stationery; *9 75 to the.
Argus Co., for pay-roll hearts; $38 50 to the Argus
Co , for lirtntinu bill heads; $3 75 lo the Argus Co.,
for cutting pads; $20 t,o Joseph Seals, street sprinlt
line; $0 01 to Dodge & Co., for lumber; $30 to Dodge
& Co., for aimoor; $200 to ri. D. Wooa .t Co., tor
valves; $174 0U to Steele & Condict, for recall's, etc,;
$182 to James F. -omcrs, for truck hire.
'» he forugoiue were e.ich adopted by the following
rote, on thecal! lor the ayes and nays:
Aves—President Somers ana Commissioners Dugan
anil Van Kourcu.
Mays—None.
The Committee on Public Buildings and Docks
presented the following:
Resolved, That $75 be paid to W. \Y. Kdwards for
services as inspector on public school building No.
22, in month ot September, 1889, charge appropria
tion school 22.
Resolved. That $7 80 be paid to the Argus Co. for
advertising for proposals tor engine house No. I,
charge aupropnution for engine house No. 1.
The foregoing were eacn aaopted by the îollowing
vote, ou the call for the ayes and navs:
A vos —President Soin ers and Commissioners Dugai
and Van Keuren.
Nays—Noue.
on motion of Commissioner Duiran, the Boarn
ι t .ok a recess of five minutes. On reassembling all th.
I members of the Hoard were present.
MISCITLLAXEOUÔ BUSINESS.
I Rv Pr^sdilnnt Snm»rn
Heeoived, Tnat itae chief engineer be instructed Cf
'•repare an estimate or the cost ot a stand pipe ui
High Service and suomlt it to tHis board at the nexi
meeting.
Adopted by the following vote, on the call tor th<
ayt?s and nays:
A yes—President Somers and Commissioner:
Dugan and Van Kcuron.
Nays—None.
My Corn m las oner Dntianr
Kcsolved, That the Hoard of Finance be and ii
hercuy requested to direct the comntroller to plac<
the sum of $1,ΰ8ιί 77 to the creditor the salary ac
count of this board lor the current fiscal year.
Adopted by tne following votfa, on the call for the
ayes and navs:
Ayes—President Somers and Commissioners DugaT
and Van Iveureu.
Navs—None.
Un motion of Commissioner Vnn Ketiren, the Bo art
adiournad. GEO, T. BOUTON. ClerU.
sealskin;
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JACKETS, DOLMANS,
AND NEWMARKETS
j Largest assortment, perfect fitting. Gooi
j goods at low prices. Fnll line of MUFFS
j CAPES, SCARFS. TRIMMINGS, CAPS. GLOVES
ROBES AND RUGS.
! Don't buy until y u have examlnod the style, qttal
ity and prices of my Seal Garments.
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5th Ave■ & 45th Street.
AND
14 W. 14th Stieet
\KW YORK CITY.
T -,. τ - ' ,<·.····ΤΓ ». r» Λ TÎ>
. or dtWïiÊY CITY.
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GarmeutM Kepalrcd aud Altered to the Late*
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have i»n baud a largr stock of Seat Sacques. Wrapi
etc.. In the Latest Styles'. U will pay you to call ο
nie aud see my price*
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4 No. '·£& Moutgoiuerv Street. Jersey City.
r
Α Μ Γ SEMEN TS.
NEW ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
FRANK E. HENDERSON, - ManaKcr.
IPeople Turned Awaj
Ml Bl 11 for the Want
\βUUI or Room.
LAST THREE PERFORMANCES
W. J. SC ANLAN
IN
Rflyles Arson.
GRAISD MATINE Κ SATURDAY.
HC. MINER'S PEOPLE'S THEATRE, Ν. Y.
. WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY MATINEE.
CORA TANNER
FASCINATION.
5TH AVENUE THEATRE, Broadway and Twenty
eighth street Ν. Y,
EUGENE TOMPKINS Leasee and Manager
WILSON BARRETT,
-IN
THE SIL VER KING.9
j Regular prices—$1.50, si, 50c., 25c. Seats ready.
BROADWAY THEATRE. Corner Forty-first S
Evenings at 8. Saturday Matinee at 2.
Manager Mr. FRANK W. SANtiEI
Mr. EDWIN BOOTH, Mme. MODJESKA,
FOOLS REVENGE
DONNA MANNA
CCASINO, Broadway and Tlilrty-ninth st., Ν. Y
J MATINEE
Katiir/Jn-U· at ο Kvenincr iiflrformancR at 8.15.
ERMINIE.
Continuous Roof Garden Concert- 7:30 to 12.
Admission, 50 cents. including both entertainment
! CTANDARD THEATRE, B'way and Gth ave., N.1
k? BURLESQUE! POPULAR SUCCESS!
MR. HENRY £. DLXEY.
ι Supported by Mr. Ε. E. Rice's Com pany In TH
j SEVEN AGES, by Messrs. Glil and Dixey.
I jpKUCTOK'S'"«ίαSTJ^ET"THEATRE.
ANOTHER ENORMOUS OVATION.
Broneon Howard's Great Success.
SHENANDOAH
"Better than the Henrietta."·—Herald.
MATINEES WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS.
SEATS BELLING 4 WEEKS IN ADV WCK
NIBLO'S. BROADWAY, N.
Mr. E. Gilmore Lessee and Manage
KAJANKA.
Two Matinees, Wednesday and Saturday.
i T>IJOU THEATRE. Broauway near Thirtieth S
! 15 J. W. ROSENQUEST Sole Manage
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
Λ HR. iSS ,;/O.Vfâ ΕΎί
ι
Gallery. 25.; Reserved, 50., 75.. $1, $1.50.
GENERAL ADMISSION 50 CENTS.
^CADEMY. 34tn St. und Irving Place, N.
SECOND YEAR OF
DE MM AX THOMPSON.
THE OLD H 0M EST E AI
Evenings et 3. Saturday Matinee at 2,
TJALMER'S THEATRE. B'way and Thirtieth S
CHARLES WYNDUAM. MISS MARÏ MOOR
AND THE
LONDON CRITERION THEATRE CO.
WILD OATS
-AND
TRYING IT ON.
KII1I πν.Γ'. j ilη·ιιικ
NEW JERSEY JOCKEY CLUB.
SIX RACES TODAY. AT '2 P. M.
SPECI AL RACE TRAINS, via Central R. R. of N.
foot Liberty «*t., at 12-30, 1 and 1:2). Round tr
tickets, including admission to Grand S rand, SI.S
H. D. McIktyre. Sec. M. 1 . DWYER, Pres.
THE MUSICAL EVENT OF THE SEASON.
THE HASFROUOK INSTITUTE GLEE CLUB, a
slsted by Rudolph Zlngsbeira, Henry Liueoln Ca
aud Wernig's full orchestra. under the direotic
of Blr. Victor Baler. will give a
.2 «K.1.V» COJVCER'j
In the Tabernacle,
THURSDAY EVENING, DEO. 19.
The entire proceeds to be divided equally b
tween the Children's Home and the House of tl
Homeless.
TSCKETS, ONE DOLLAR.
For sale by Harrison, Ewald, Studeuts <
tho Institue anil at the Door.
,/. IVIJLiMJER,
! RESTAURANT AND DiNING-RGON
TABLE BOARD. $3.50 PER WEEK.
356 Grove Street, Jersey Citj
j Tables Reserved for Ladles
■ I Corporation Notice.
NOTIt Ε IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE CO
missloners of Assessment for Jersey City w
- ! meet a·' their office In the building occupied by ti
j Hoard of Street and Water Commissioners, at tl
! corner of Mercer street and Jersey Avenue. Jersi
ι ! Oily, X. J., on Tuesday the "44tli day of Decern be
, 18H), at nine o'clock u. m.. to appraise the value
> j land to be xaken for opening Herbert Place fro
Newark a\enue to Cottage street, ac which tin
j and place all parties interested may appear and ι
heard.
JAMES HUNT, ; Commissione
JAMES TUMILTY. of
JAMES N. Davis, Ν Assessments,
Dated Jersey City. N. J.. December 1ϋ, 1S3U.
Grand Streef Ν. Y.
jOPEN EVENINGS,

: Christmas Gifts.
TOYS! DOLLS!
GAMES! BOOKS!
GENUINE DIAMOND AND SOLID
GOLD JEWELRY, CLOCKS,
BRONZES, &c.
STERLING AND SILVER-PLATED
WARE, CUTLERY, POCKET SCIS
SORS, RAZORS, POCKET KNIVES,
• CARVING SETS, Κ STIVES AND
FORKS—ALL BEST MAKES. PIC
TURES AND PICTURE-FRAMES,BEV
ELLED MIRRORS, CATHEDRAL AND
VESTABULE TRANSPARENCIES.
UMBKtLLAS
For the Holidays.
SPECIAL LOT.
" MUCH BELOW RKOVLAB PRICES

20-inch Gloria UMBRELLAS, fancy
handles, paragon frames, at il.00.
ae-iuch Fine Gloria UMBRELLAS,
gold and silver crook handles, paragon
frames, at $1.35.
* Silk UMBRKLLAS, fancy silver ban
■ dies, paragon frames, worth fully fci.OO,
! at $1.75.
Large lot silk UMBRELLAS, natural,
j silver and gold handles, paragon frames,
. best finished, $2.25.
Fine assortment better grades from
1 $3.00 to $12.50.
Fino assortment gents' gold-head
. CANES.
Boys' Clothing.
) Boys' cape OVERCOATS, ages 4 to 12
years. $2.50.
Γ Boys' SUITS, ages 4 to 13, at Si.00.
g Boys' long pants SUITS, all wool, at
$5.00.
Boys. Si piece Knee-Pants SUITS, ages 10 to 15,
! at $UU0.
Boys'. Youths' and Men'sCAPE OVERCOATS,
arge assortments.
. MENS SUITS.
Men's All-wool SUITS' at $0.00.
Men's All-Wool Chinchilla OVERCOATS, $0.00
g At Our Furniture Store,
289 GKANU ST.
PARLOR TABLES, PARLOR SUITS and odd
/ pieces. PEDESTALS, RACKS, CABINETS,
STOOLS, Childrens Hitçh and Low CHAIRS and
ROCKERS
Smyrna RUGS and MATS, choice patterns, larg*
variety.
SPECIAL DISCOUNT
To Sunday-Schools and Fairs
U I
Ν. II.— HOLIDAY GOODS PURCHASED
I NOW, STORED F HE Κ OF C'tiAKOK
ρ ; UNTIL· DEC. 18.
! EDWARD RIDLEY & SONS,
309, 311, 311 1-2 to 321 Orand St.
»- ι
e J 56 to 08 Allen, 59 to 65 Orchard St., N.Y
SENSIBLE
HOLIDAY PRESENTS
FINE SILK HATS,
FINE DERBYS,
SEAL and PLUSH GAPS,
SiLK UMBRELLAS, ftc.
ALWAYS THE BEST GOODS AT
MUUEBATK PRICKS.
WM. WARD,
Ko. 68 M0NT60MERV ST.
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