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THE OLDEST POTTER.
.4 TETERA V OF ΤΠΑΤ INDUSTRY It I ES Iy TRESTOX. iToho S. McCully, Whose A"ce»ton Brought the Art to This Country—A Fire and a Shooting Case in Camden. Trenton, Dec. 16, 1889.—The death of John S. McCully, Trenton's oldest native citizen, about nine o'clock Saturday evening, was no surprise to his friends. He had been very weak for several days, and his death was expected every minute. He resided with Mrs. Catharine Tilton, on East Hanover street, and he was in great dread that she should die before him and leave him without a home. Mrs. Tilton died on .Friday night, a strange coincidence. She was seventy-one years of age. He had lived with Mrs. Tilton for years. Had Mr. McCully lived until February 5 lie would have been ninety-one years of age. yet he was very active and up to within two weeks previous to his death lie could be seen walking about the streets without any sign of undue feeble ness. The McCullys were probably among the first potters in the United States and the deceased w;is doubtless the oldest living potter. Mr. McCully's great unclo. Joseph McCully, built a pottery op posite the Philadelphia, and Heading depot and operated it for several Years. The father of the deceased cauie to Trenton from Philadelphia in 1872, to live with his uncle, and he learned the pottery business and built a pottery on Warren street on the site of Bishop O'Farrell's residence, in 1810. Ho died in 1858, and hi.s son, the deceased, continued t.»,ρ linrt.henware was all that was made at that time. Mr. McCully re tired from active business in 1868. He was active in politicsand au organizer of party measures and stood among the leaders of the old Whig party in the .State for many years. For nine, years— from 1839 to 1849—he was State Prison In spector, and from 1849 to 1853 he served as Postmaster of Trenton. He cast his lirst vote for James Muuroe in 18Î20, when he ran a second time for President. Mr. McCuily remembered Trenton when it was only a village with but two little potteries. He was fond of telling reminiscenses of the olden time and his conversation was always interesting. He lived in Trenton all his life and was the only survivor of his own generation. His wife, Margaret Ann Herbert, (lied in February, 18CB, leaving no children. Mr. McCully was inclined to the persuasion of Friends, though not a member of an" church. He led an exemplary life and was highly respected by all who knew him. He leaves a considerable fortune to his heirs. Λ Strange Identification, TRENTON, Dec. 10, 1889.—The man who was drowned in the canal near the American Saw Company's Works, and was lying in the morgue nearly all of last week, was identitied on Saturday as Michael McDonnell, who was a flagman at Tullytown. McDonnell had been an inmate of St. Francis Hospital because of some spinal trouble, and left the institu tion last Monday and had not been seen since. John Bannon, one of the regular patients, was sent over on Saturday to see if the body could be that of Mc Donnell, and he at once identi fied it not alone by the features, but by other characteristics. He started out from the hospital for α walk early Mon day morning, but. his absence for the day was not particularly noticed, as it was thought he might have gone to visit his cousin, a Borqentown lady. The Penn sylvania Railroad paymaster called at the hospital with McDonnall's regular pay, Tuesday, and not finding him there returned agaiu Saturday. It was then that suspicion was aroused as to McDon nall's whereabouts, resulting in the dis covery at the morgue. The hospital authorities will probably take charge of the remains. Mayers Wan a Bad Old Soldier. Camden, Dec. 16, 1889.—Edward May ers, of No. 1100 Emma street, who at tempted suicide Saturday night by shoot ing himself in the head, occupied a cell in the Camden Prison last night. The bul let wound was found to be very slight. His wife informed Lieutenant Stehr that she had given him $1 to purchase gro ceries, but instead he bought driuk. When the policeman entered the house he grasped the weapon from Mayers' hand as he was endeavoring to shoot his wife. Mayers is a pensioner from Holland, hav ing received three wounds while serving in India. He has been despondent over the death of two children. A Camden Fire. Camden", X. J., Dec. 1G, 1889.—A fire •which broke out shortly after midnight Sunday destroyed eighteen boat houses located on the river front, together with their contents. The loss which falls principally on the Keystone Canoe Club is estimated at il,000. The sawmill of Wilson Ernst, was also burned entirely. Loss, #1,000. KILLED JÎÏ THE FAST EXPRESS. Fatal Accident «in the Pennsylvania Rond tant Night. The fast express on the Pennsylvania Railroad, which leaves Philadelphia a^ twelve minutes past eight for Xew York, ran into a wagon containing four men at Tacony. Pa., Saturday night. The wagon was smashed to picces and the horse killed. Three of the men were killed outright and the fourth was terribly cut about the body and head and will certainly die. The train was delayed one hour, during ■which time the bodies were picked up and taken to the depot. The names of the men were not learned by the train hands. Fair of Hudson County Wheelmen. To call attention to the fair of the Hud" eon County Wheelmen, which is to be opened at the club rooms, No. 555 Cora m uni paw avenue, Tuesday evening, De cember 17, the committee has issued the "Hudson County Wheelmen" of twenty eight pages. It contains a complete his tory of the club, with a report of its rides and thoir incidents, incb ding the seven days' tour to Lake George last summer. The "Wheelman" is flilad with interest ing matter and numerous advertisements, and is a pretty fair index ot the character of the rair. The Wheelmen are making extensive preparations to entertain their friends, and the fair, which will last until next Saturday night, will be one of the best achievements of the club. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. Official Record of Last Week'* Tranefeis and Mortgage*. TRANSFERS. JERSEY CITY. Jacob Weart to Frances M. Callo, lot 3, blk 246, map Thomas Well wood $2,500 Thomas Laugh ran et ux to Willard C. Fiek, lot 22, map Plumer, Cadmus & Jes sup 1 "Willard C. Fisk to Allen L. McDermott, same as above 1 George W. Flaacke et ux to James B. Vreaenburgh, lot 3, map John E. Pose, 3-50.100 acres und ^ 50 game to same, und y2, e s Hackensack river, where int divie A. P. Newkirk— 846 James C. Lindsay et ux to Bryan Smith, η s Wayne st, 50 ft w of Barrow st, 25x100 3,200 John Brady to Philip Tumulty, s s Brarn hall ave, 350 ft e of Sackett et, 31x100.... 3,625 Cornelius Van Home et ux to Mary E Gibson, w s West Side ave, 120.4.4-5 s of Marion pi, 20x100 500 George Bonnger to Franz Klosterman, w s Webster ave, 165 ft s of Bowers st, 25x100 5,650 JEx'rs Margaret Le Comte to Timothy Donovan, lots 3 and 4, blk N, map adj Reservoir, J. O., 50x157 430 James Yeaudie to John W. Bissell, s s Union st. 240.8$·$ η of Bergen ave. 50x156. 1 John W. Bissell to Theresa C. Yeandie, same as above 1 Martin Wolken to Nikolans Leidner, lot 3, plot 5, blk », map £. 0. Brumhali, 26x100. 2,200 Same to Francis Frank, lot 2, plot 5, blk 9, map E. C. Bran ilia U ^00 George Berthel et ux to Frederick W. Hoppe, lot 32), Washington Village L'd Ass'n, 25x100 2,900 Dickinson Van Vorst to Owen Farley, lot 17, blk 409 asst, map J. C * Same to Daniel E. Uleary, lot 12, blk 209, asst map J. C 1 Same to Michael Driscoll, lot 18, blk 209, asst map J. C 1 Same to T. J. McLoughlin, lot 22, blk 209, aest map J. C 1 Harris C. Hambin et ux to John Shea et . ux. s w s Prosked Reserve, map Geo. H. ! Harrington 1,<00 I Samuel C. Mount et ux to Charles S. John son et ux, η w s Jackson ave, 100 ft η e of Woodlawn ave 50x100 Goorgine V. Gould to William Gurney, η e 8 Woodlawn ave 120 ft, s e of Jackson ave, 25x100 200 Spencer M. Rice to Frederick Greaves, s e s Summit ave. 174, β 3-4 s of Wescott ave 32x183 5,000 Hyman Sonn et ux to John L. Witt, s s 4th st. 100 ft w of Coles st, 4,000 j Ellen Harrinffton to Johu J. Harrington, lot 7. blk 188, map J. M. Cornellson 1 Willdie F. Gibson et ux to William G. Bnmsted, η w s Monitor st. 100 ft η e of Lafayetteet — — Helen Cadmus to Thomas Hill, lots 34 and 35, blk 4S, map S. W. Smith, ea Λ)χ100. . 3,500 J Kate Magrath to Bertha Gliedt, lot 10. blk | 5, map Hespe & Weber, 25x104.70 550 Bertha Gleidt to Johanne Filgram, same ^ ι as above 550 | Stephen Sedelineler to Hillric J. Bonn, s s Ravine road, 100 ft w of Webster ave, 50x 100 5,500 I Joseph Reisnaner et ux to Geo. H. Will iamson. Jr, s s Ûtb st, 183 ft e of Coles st, 0Oxl(i4 3.600 I John M. Stewart to Lucy M. Aldrich, ses Halladay st, 200 ft s w of Lafayette st, 2ύχ«4 2,000 August Collins to F. Schopraan, inside Northern R. R., 25 ft from s ο cor lot Har Burdett 250 Emma 31. Leugfelt to Frances H. Lengfelt, lot 77, blk 9, map C. Van Vorst, 23xi00.. Julia van Vorst to James C. Lindsay, u s Wayne st, 50 ft w of Barrow st, 25x100.. 3,200 Jacob -Veart et ux to Frances M. Callo, lot 30, blk 2, map Jno. Gilbert, ea 25x101 1,500 ι Hobokcn Ld and Irnnt Co to heirs of Mary S. Tleel, η s 5th st, 95 ft \v of Bloomfield St. 23x1 1 Frederick N. Eberhard et ux to Antonio Vezzelti. lot 18, blk 38. Coster map 1,250 Hoboken Ld and Irapt Co to Robert Doug las, η s Washington st, 99.6 η of 9th st, 21.6x75 9,000 Catharine C. Agatz, widow and ext of Frederick Agatz, to Annie Zimmermann, e s Meadow st, 160 l't s of 2d st 4,000 Emily E. Popple to Henry Barnickel, lot 11, blk 2ϋ, map Cost-cr 400 BAYONNE, Catharine Mead to Kate A. Knapp, η s W 44th st, 106 ft e of Ave C, 75x100 1,275 Prudence Grey to James Rollston, e cor Ave D and Ε 34th st, 50x100 2,500 Bayonne Rowing and Athletic Asso to P. Grey, same as above 1,500 William G. Bumsted to Joachim Ο. H. Baas, lot 23, bit M, map J. B. Close, 25x 100 500 Edward E. Van Buekirk to Sarah Sisser, η s East 23d st, 347.37 ft w of Ave D, 25x 125.66 2,500 Rose Frank to Ellie A. Brady, η s West 12th st, 210 ft w of Ave C, 25x100 250 Edmund Isbills to Clara K. Eyre, ses Ave C, 65 ft η e of Bayonne ave, 25x100 3,600 KEARNEY. Fillmore Condit et ux to Robert F. Lord, w κ Windsor st, 100 ft η of Berlin st, 51.69x100.77 285 Mary O'Connor to The American Ins Co, e s 4th st. 75 ft s of Daris st, 25x100 450 Ella W. Gillean to Annie Stark, w s Jerola mon st, 200 ft w of Cammeyer st, 25x100. 250 Jolm R. Vanderveer et ux to Mary .J Mackie, lots 42 and 43, map No 3, Ν J I, d Co 1 Lena Zahner to Joseph Parker, Jr, lot 32. blk 12, map No 3, Ν J L'd Co 1 James Connors et ux to John H. Hunter, s s Cammeyer st, 250 ft e of Kearney ave, 77x26 2,000 Fillmore Condit et ux to John Brady, η s Halstead st, 75 ft η of Lynwood ave, 75x100 600 Elizabeth Prentice to Caroline Lackey, e s Linpoln ave, 50 ft s of I'd of General Kearnej', 25x90 591 HARRISON. Christian Rusk to Daniel Erskiue, s s Will iam st. 200 ft e of 4th st, 25x100 200 Enterprise Temple, No. 25, Templars of Honor and Temperance, to William T. Howe, s w cor 3d st and Warren st, 75x 100 1 WEST HOBOKEN. Barbara Krebs to Nicholas Rau, η s Malone st. at s e β Ids Ν. Rau, 50x290 2,600 Adolph Heidenreich to John Wickham, lots 95 to 100,100 B. 95 B, 125 and 139, map Hight Pt Ld Ass'n 7oO Hoboken Land and Impt Co to Gustave Schrnidt, s s Jane st, 100 ft e of Spring st, 25x100 475 ΓΝΙΟΝ. Louis Becker to Charles Becker, lots 729 and 730, blk 3, inap North Hoboken 2,000 NORTH BERGEN. John Eggors et «χ to Johaun C. H. Hoef fler, lot 20, blk E, map Secaucus.. 1 James H. Symes et ux to John Vogi. lots 135 and 136, blk 4, map James H. Symes 500 Martin Koehler to Emanuel Michel, lot 9, map H. F. Maackens & Co., 25x100 115 Herman Walker to Leopold Weis, lot 0. blk 1, map Herman Walker 400 Herman Walker to Joseph Stadler. lot 72, blk 1, map Herman Walker. 25x100 350 GDTTENBERQ. Jacob Quartlander to John Narr, lot 461. blk 26, map Guttenberg 125 J-jseph C. Hulse to Herman Walker, lots 1,19J and 1,200, blk 6, map Guttenberg, pa 25x100 75 Magdaleua Schweyer to same, lots 559 and 560, blk 19, map Guttenberg 50 Herman Walker et ux to Moritz Weisser, lot 1,279 and 1,280, blk 3, map Gutten berg 300 Rudolph Banngartner to John Reiclien bach. lot 749, blk 2Λ map Guttenberg.... 1 MORTGAGES. HARRISON. Elizabeth Condon to People's B. and L. Assn, w s 2d st, 200 ft η of Smith st, ins. 1,500 William T. Howe to People's B. and L. Assil, s w cor 3d and Warren sts, ins 1,400 Daniel Erskine to same, 8 s William st, 200 fteof 4th st, ins 1,600 KEARNEY. Joseph Parker, Jr, to J. Cusler, η e cor Park ave and Passaic ave, 5 yrs 1,300 James Bums to People's Β & L Asso, s e cor Woodlawn ave and Oak st, iust 900 John Summer to Equity Β & L Asso, η s Locust ave, 152 ft w of Kearney ave. iust 2,500 Vnnie Stark to People's Β & L Asso, w s Jerolaman st, 200 ft η of Cammeyer st, iust 1,300 Frederick J. Gibsou to II. G. Eilshemius e s Beach st, 270 ft e of Laurel ave 3 yrs. 416 MORTGAGES. JERSEY OITY. Vunie Vickers to Improved Ld & Loan Ass, η e s Boyd ave, 150 ft η w of Bergen ave, lus C00 kViliiam W. Farrier to W, G. Bumstead, lot. «53 and 65, blk 32, asst map, 5 yrs 15,000 >aine to same, same property, 1 yr. 5,000 Same to W. D. Edwards, same property, 5 yrs— 15,000 3y T. Huntemann to M. Foster, w s Pali sade ave, 51 ft η of Madisou ave, 5 yrs... 5,000 tVilliain H. Hutbris to Howard. B. L. Ass. η s Wiley st, 99 ft e of Tonnele ave, Ins. 2,800 lerman Castens to tt. J. Von Cleff, s s Lincoln st, 106ft w of Central ave. 1 yrs 3,000 Jacob Peir to Provident Ins for Ravines, e s Grove st. 25 ft η of 11th st, 2 yrs 5,200 Louise D. F. Roche to Jonn L. Keiler, lots J, A,, \J I, v/Micuium 15«, iUU-\ JSO, 1 yr 2,000 Lizzie J. Nevin to North Hudson Co Β and L Ass'n. η ε Bowers st, 3a? ft w of Cen ' tral ave, ins 6,000 Ezra K. Sequin· to Star 31 Β & L Ass'n, η s Communipaw ave, 50 ft w of Halladay st, ins 1,000 Uharles S. Johnson to S. C. Mount, lots 5 and β. blk 6, map Samuel Mount, ins— 310 Charles Stretz to Elizabeth Semler, lot 6, blk 7. map Baldwin & Gilchrist, 1 yr 250 John L. Wicht to J. IT. W. Bowe. s s 4th st, 100 ft w of Coles st, 5 yrs 3,000 Same to II. Sonu, same property, 2 y re.... ι,ϋΟΟ Mary McNally to Bergen Ld and Impt Co., s è cor Ocean and Claremont ave, 11 yrs 14,100 ilosa Frey to same, w s Ocean ave, 79.14 s of Bostwick ave, 11 yrs 4,230 rhomas Hill to Geo. R. McKenzie, lots 32 and 33, blk 48, map S. W. Smith, 3 yrs... 6,000 Eleanor F. Morris to Mutual Life Ins Co, shore Newark bay and adjg R from Ber gen Pt to Greenville, 1 yr 10,000 Peter McCloskey to J. H. Browning, lot 20, blk 807, map Mary E. Sisson, 3 yrs.. 200 Christian H. Waterman to North Hudson Co Β and L Assn, lot 5, blk 33, map W. B. Ogden,ins 200 Michael J. McConville to Hudson Mutual Β and L Assn, s s St Paul's ave, 248 w of Ν Y and Erie R R, ins 4,000 NORTH UERGEN. h.nne Kelly to Elizabeth Muller, lot 214, map H. F. Maackens & Co. 4 yrs 1,100 Peter Hanlon to Mount Morris Co-op Β & L Asso, s w cor ld Morgeamah Ber tholf, ins 2,500 Heinrietta G. Thomas to C. H. Murray, 2Hj acres, on Dally Town Road and dey la Peter Sip, 2 yrs BOO WEST ΗΟΒΟΚΚΝ. Valentine Collin to F. R. Kenkelm, lots 1 and 2, plot Β 2, map A. H. Demofct, 2 yrs 1,000 Emit E. Zumiber to Louise Zumiber, e s Palisade ave, 7.8}$ η of Paterson ave, 4 yrs 1,000 Leon J. Mohn to J. Rubsatn, e s Spring st, 105 ft s of Malone st, 5 yrs 5,000 Ludovic Tripault to F. Schopman, lots 3 and 4. blk C 1, map Demott & Bloodgood 1 yr 400 ^ HOBOIiEN. \nnie A. Ziiefierma» to C. T. Straus, e s Park ave, Tu6 ft s of 2d st, 1 yr 2,200 jiovanni Lenzi to Hoboken Β & L Ass'n, lot 33, blk 48, map Coster, ins 3,tl00 GUTTENBERG. jvveu White to J. Fugerer, lots 34ϋ and 317 map Gut te η berg. 2yrs 3Λ Konrad Esperrer to Kir tie Emmerick. lots 1.310 and 1,311, blk 5, map Guttenberg, 5yrs....l » 40( Β A YON NE. Herman D. Winters to Mary E. Combe, e s, Ave D, 50 ft η of Cadmus st. l yr 50C Henry L. Meyer to Centreville Β and L Ass'n, b s W 27th st, 100 ft 8 w of Ave D, itis 4,000 Kate A. Knapp to I. Cadmus, η s W 44th st, 105 ft e of Ave C, 5 yrs 2,00(1 AMUSEMENTS. NEW AGADEMY OF MUSIC. FRANK E. HENDERSON, - - 31anager. TONIGHT, TUESDAY AND WEDNES DAY EVENINGS, MATINEE WEDNESDAY, MARIE HUBERT FROHMAN, Supported by an Excellent Company in a Bril liant Double Bill, KING RENE'S DAUGHTER and FALSE CHARMS, under the direction of Mr. Gustave Frohman. THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, ΜΛΤ1ΝΚΚ SATURDAY, J. K. EMMET, In his Great and Latest Success, UNCLE JOE, OR FRITZ IN A MADHOUSE. Car Load of Scenery. Plinlimmon, the $5,000 Dog; the Largest and Handsomest Dog in the World. Eutire New Songs. The Matinee on Saturday, for J. K. EMMET, will be at Regular Night Prices. HC. MINER'S PEOPLE'S THEATRE, Ν. Y. . WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY MATINEE. "Ji HOWIJL PASS." Ôin Λΐΐιηυα ιπγ-λιûc<, «un »"ou»j eitfhth street, Ν. Y, EUGENE TOMPKINS Lessee and Manager. MARIE WAINWRIGHT IN A MAGNIFICENT PRODUCTION OF " TWELFTH JYIGHT» Regular prices—$1.50, $1, 50c.. 25c. Seats ready. Broadway theatre, comer Forty-am st Evenings at 8. Saturday Matinee at 2. Manager Mr. FRANK W. SANGER Handsomest and safest Theatre in the World. ENGAGEMENT OF GEORGE EDWAHDES'S London Gaiety Theatre Company. FAUST UP TO DATE. ΙϋΟ PEOPLE ON THE STAGE. , C1ASINO. Broadway and Thirty-ninth st., Ν. Y. j MATINEE Saturday at 2. Evening performance at 8. ERMINIE. CTANDARD THEATRE, B'way and 6th ave.. Ν. Y Ο BURLESQUE! POPULAR SUCCESS! MR. HENRY E. D1XEY. Supported bv Mr. Ε. E. Rice's Com pany in THE SEVEN AGES, by Messrs. Glil and Dixey. J>ROCTOR'S 23d STREET THEATRE. ANOTHER ENORMOUS OVATION. Brouson Howard's Great Success. SHENANDOAH. "Better than the Henrietta."—Herald. MATINEES WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS. SEATS SELLING « WEEKS IN ADVANCE. -\T IBLO'S. BROADWAY, Ν. Y iy Mr. E. Gilmore Lessee and Manager KAJANKA. Two Matinees. Wednesday and Saturday. B—ÏJOU THEATRE. Broadway near Thirtieth 8t J. W. KOSENQUEST Sole Manager. Matinees Wednesday and Saturday. .1 Btis.sss jtroJTKEir. Gallerv. 25.; Reserved, 50., T3., SI, #1.50. GENERAL ADMISSION 50 CENTS. CADEMY. 14th St. and Irving Place, N. f SECOND YEAR OF DENMAN THOMPSON. THE OLD HOMESTEAD Evenings at 8. Saturday Matinee at 2, jpALMER'S THEATRE. B'way and Thirtieth «Γ KING RICHARD III. .11 Κ. JfIJiNSFIEZ.1» AND HIS COMPANY. THE MUSICAL EVENT OF THE SEASON. THE HASBROUCK INSTITUTE GLEE CLUB, as sisted by Rudolph Zingsheim, Henry Lincoln Case ind Wernig's full orchestra: under the direction >f Mr. Victor Eaier, will give a Λ GRAJYn CONCERT III the Tabernacle, THURSDAY EVENING, DEC. 19. The entire proceeds to be divided equally be· ween the Children's Home and the House of the lonieless. TICKETS, ONE DOLLAR. For sale by Harrison, Ewald, Students of the Institue and at the Door. NEW JERSEY JOCKEY CLUB. SIX RACES TODAY. AT 2 P. M. SPECIAL RACE TRAINS, via Central R. R. of N.J cot Liberty *t., at 12-30. 1 and 1 -3f). Round trip lekets, includiug admission to Qrand Stand, $1.50. H. D. MclNTYRfc:, Sec. M. K. DVVYER. Pres. NOTICE. rbe Bar and Supper Room Privileges or the Ball of the P. H. O'NEILL ASSOCIATION ο be held at Wood's New Hall on Wednesday ivening, January 15, 1830, will be sold at PUBLIC AUCTION on WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 8, at 8 o'clock, at the room· of the Association, No | y Newark avenue. COMMITTEE OF ASSOCIATION. j Corporation Notice. N otice is hereby given that on the sth day of December, 1889. the Commissioners of Assessment and Chief Engineer tiled in the office of he Clerk of the Board or Street and Water Com· iiisslonern their final assessment map ana schedule or the opening and extension of WILLOW COURT. rom Its present southerly terminus to PAVONIA AVENUE. The land taken for said opening and extension nay be described as follows:—Beginning at a point in the northerly aide of Pavonia avenue, about ι·!·) 7 f.ut oaat t\t ftnmmlf. nvoniio· th.nno oaut.i.iu ilong the uortberly side of Pavonia avenue, about 5 feet; thence uorth about 138 i'eet to tbe present I outherly terminal line of Willow Court: thence vesterly alon« said present southerly terminal line >C Willow Court, about 52 feet; thence southerly ibout 133 feet to the point or pluce of beginning. The land to be assessed for said improvement nav be described as follows:—All the property roiating on the following named streets or aven ues or particular section thereof, to wit:— SUMMIT AVENUE, rom a point about 103.2 fe©t north of PA VON IΛ AVENUE. ,o a point about 135.1 feet south of MAGNOLIA AVENUE. WILLOW COURf, PAVONIA AVENUE, NEWARK AVENUE. MAGNOLIA AVEtfUB. iron! a point about 87.85 feet east of SU M M IT AVENUE. o a point about 71.59 feet west of said avenue. PAVONIA AVENUE m the south side, about 4S2.2 feet east, and 854 feet (vest of SUMMIT AVENUE. PAVONIA AVENUE. m the north side, from a point about 260 feet east j WILLOW COURT, ο a point about 40U feet west of HOMESTEAD PLACE. NEWARK AVENUE. >n the south side, about 318.8 feet east and 336.4 feet ; vest of WILLOW COURT NEWARK AVENUE, >n the north side from OAKLAND AVENUE, ;o a point about 807.9 feet west of COOK STREET. LOTT STREET. from WILLOW COURT. ,ο a point about 260 feet west thereof And that the 13th day of January, 1890. at ten o'clock a. m., and the meeting room of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners are hereby fixed is the time and place when and where the Board of ; street and Water Commissioners will meet to hear md consider objections to said final assessment nap and schedule. All objections to the same must be presented in .vriting By order of the Board of Street and Water Com missioner*. GEORGE T. BOUTON. Clerk. Dated Jersey City, December 18,1389. ! ι ries. SEAL SKIN. BUY OF THE MANUFACTURER. SEALSKIN SACQUES, JACKETS, DOLMANS, AND NEWMARKETS, Largest assortment, perfect fitting-. Good goods ac low prices. Fnll line of MUFFS, CAPES, SCARFS. TRIMMINGS. CAPS. GLOVES ROBES AND RUGS. Don't buy until y^tt hare examined the style, qual ity and prices of my Seal Garments. HENRY SIEDE, 5th Ave. & 45th Street. AND 14 W. 14th Sheet. NEW YORK CITY. ESTABLISHED 4P YEARS ' LADIES OF JERSEY CITY. : I Now Is the time to have your Seal Sacques aud j Garments Repaired and Altered to the Latest Fashions. Best Workmanship Guaranteed. I also have on hand a large stock or Seal Sacque». Wrap·, etc., in the Latest Styles, it will pay you to call on me and &ee my prices. F. G. HOFF3IANN, Furrier. No. 95Î4 Montgomery Street. Jersey City. SENSIBLE HOLIDAY PRESENTS FINE SILK HATS, FINE DERBYS, SEAL and PLUSH CAPS, SILK UMBRELLAS, &c. ALWAYS THE BEST GOODS AT MODERATE PRICES. WM. WARD, No. 68 MONTGOMERY 8T. _STJBAMBOAJT^ A LL FARES REDUCED VIA STONING •Λ. TON LINE—The Inside route; Boston, $3: Prov idence, $2. »5; Worcester, $2.50. Steamers Rhode Island and Massachusetts leave New Pier 36, N. R., one block above Canal street, at 4.30 p. m., Sunday· excepted. CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PENNYROYAL PILLS. Ked Cross Diamond Brand. The only reliable pill for .tale. Safe and lore. Ladten* sunk Araefltt for the Μα anond Brand, le red meullic bom, teal. ' with blue ribbon. Tahenoether. Send4e. (lUmps) for particulars and "Relief for I Ludtea." ** hJ «aalL Paver. Chichester CheaticalCo., Mudieoa 8a··Phliada* Pa Corporation Notice. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON THE 9TH day of December, 1889, the Commissioners of Assessment filed in the office of the Clerk of ihe Board of Street and Water Commissioners their final assessment, map and report for the improve ment of GRIFFITH STREET from CENTRAL AVENUE to the easterly line of MILTON AVENUE, bv paving, etc.. and the same 1s now open to public inspection in the office of the Clerk of said Board. And notice is also given that the following streets or avenues or particular sections thereof are in cluded in said assessment:-?· GRIFFITH STREET CENTRAI, AVENUE to MILTON AVENUE. SUMMIT AVENUE from GRIFFITH STREET, to a point about 25 feet north and 25 feet south : thereof. CENTRAL AVENUE from GRIFFITH STREET, to a point about 25 feet north and 35 feet south thereof. And that tne I3th day of January. 1800, at ten o'clock a. m-, and the meeting room of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners, are hereby ttxed ; sis the time and place when and where the Board of I Street and Water Commissioners will meet to hear, consider and adjudicate upon all objections to said assessment and report. All objections thereto must be presented In writ ing. By order of the Board of Street and Water Com mlsseioners. GEORGE T. BOUTON Clerk Dated Jersey City, December 13,1889. Corporation Notice. Notice is hereby given that on the , 21st day of October. 1889. application was made to the Board of Street and Water Commissioners by W. F. Rouse and others for tne construction of a j 24-inch oval Brick Sewer in CHHARLES STREET, from SUMMIT AVENUE to a point 460 feet east thereof, lm the following manner, viz.: Of suitable dimensions and In accord ance with the established plan of sewerage, to § ether with all the necessary manholes, receiving aslns and appartenances. Notice is also given that ôn the 9th day of Decem ber, 1*89, the Commissioners of Assessment riled with the Board of Street and Water Commissioners their preliminary sketch showing what property will probably be assessed and the probable amount of benefit to each lot or parcel of land, also the probable amount of assessment per foot of front- ! age for the said improvement, and the same is now open to public inspection in the office of the Clerk or the Board or Street and Water Commissioners. And notice is also given that the following streets or avenues or particular sections thereof are in cluded in saia assessment, namelv:— CHARLES STREET. from SUMMIT AVENUE to a point about 475 feet east thereof. 1 And that on the 13th day of January, 1889, at 10 o'clock a, m.. and the meeting room of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners are hereby fixed as the time and place when and where the Board of Street and Water Commissioners will meet to hear parties interested in said application and all ^remonstrances against the said improvement that may be presented in writing. By order of the Board or Street and Water Com missioners. GEORGE T. BOUTON, Clerk. Dated Jersey City, December 13.1SS9. Corporation Notice. Notice is hereby given that on the ?τη I day of October, 1889, application was made to the Board of Street and Water Commissioners by John R. Halladay and others for the improve ment of WILLOW COURT, betweee the saving at NEWARK AVENUE and the crosawalfc at the intersection of WILLOW COURT and τ> a vnvτ a a VBvna In the following: manner. including all Intersec tion»:— To have the street- for the full width thereof, graded to the established grade by excavating or filling the same to the established grade. To save new twenty-inch curb set on either aide thereof. To have the present curb reset and new twenty inch curb set where necessary. To have new blue stoue flagging four feet wide laid on either sidewalk. To have ihe present flagging relaid and new flag ging laid wheie necessary. To have the carriage way paved with Belgian block pavement. To have the present bridge stone crosswalks re laid and uew bridge stone laid where necessary. And all the work that η» ay be necessary to pro vide for the flow of the surface water and to com plete the imniOVeineut in a good and substantial manner. "*· '.· >oclce is also given that on the 9th dav of De cember. 1389-. the Commlt-sionejrs of Assessment flted witn the Board of 8treet and Water commissioners their preliminary sketch, showing what property will probably be assessed and the probable amount of benefit to each lot or parcel of laud, also the probable amount of assessment per foot of front age for the said improvement and the same is now open to public inspection in the office of the clerk or the Board of Street and Water Commissioners. And notice is also given that the following stieets or avenues or particular sections thereof are In eluded in said assessment, viz.-— WILLOW COURT. from NEWARK AVENUE to PAVONIA AVENUE; NEWARK AVENUE, on the south side, aoout 20 feet east and 22 feet west of ,v· WILLOW COURT; Ρ AVON LA AVENUE on the north side, about 85 feet east and 19.47 feet west of WILLOW COURT. And that the 13th day of January. 1890, at lu o'clock a. m.t and the meeting room or tne Board of street and Water Commissioners, are hereby txed as the time and place when and where the Board of Street and Water Commissioners will meet to hear partie» Interested in said application, and all remonstrance* against the said improve ment that may be presented in writing. By oruer et tbe Board of Street ana Water Com missioners. GEORGE T. BOUTON, Clerk. Dated Jersey City, December 13th, 1889. Ε. RIDLEY. 1 mm STREET, £ Y. OPEN EVENINGS. mm street, ι y. OPEN EVENINGS. GRAND STREET, I YJ OPEN EVENINGS. f! HRISTMIS CM - i'W TOYS! TOYS! Block and Card Games, Spelling Games,Auto uatic Calculators, Toy Banks, Ten Pins, Dumb Sells, Parlor Bagatelle, Steam Locomotives, vith track, tender and cars; improved upright Steam Engines, Wooden Horses on platforms, Animals on Bottoms, Butcher Shops, Grocery stores, Doll Houses and Parlors, Warehouses md Stables, Woolly Dogs, Sheep, Rabbits and 2ats; Skin-covered animals in unbroken assort nent. Box Toys, Villages, Poultry and Farm Yards, sheep Folds, Noah's Arks, Horses with Dump }arts. Horses with Wagons, Goats with Wagons, jainted and ash body Wagons, Wheelbarrows, rrucks and Barouches with drivers, Blackboards. Toy cooking Stoves, cooking and kitchen itensils, Dolls1 Cradles, Dolls'Chamber Sets, tolls' Chairs and Dolls' Carriages. Drums, Sleighs, Skates. The "Raymond" Double Speed Skates, easiest idjusted. Drums, all sizes, Guns, Swords, Caps, Bugles, >tc. Stacks of Sleighs, Sleds, Bicycles, Tricycles, iobby Horses, Wagons, etc. Accordéons from $1 to $6. SPECIAL—500 large Ac cordéons, always have sold "or $5, at $3.79. Ν FACT EVKltY TOT MANUFACTURE!) To be found in our large and varied stock, 'rices the lowest. Every article sold from tock and not by sample. DOLLS! DOLLS!! Great Assortment. Many Thousands. DOLLS, in ALL sizes, DRESSED AND UN >RESSED. Dolls that cry and call •'mamma" and "papa," )o!ls with flowing hair and pretty teeth, at all •rices. ΓΗΚΕΕ SPECIALS. Double Jointed Dolls, showing TEETH, flowing air, 98c.; worth $1.25. 20 1-2-inch Double Jointed Dolls, moving eyes nd showing teeth, at $1.19; elsewhere $1.59. Extra quality Double Jointed Dolls, with hand nitted worsted Tam O'Shanter hat, showing eeth. flowing hair, pretty face, at $1.25; worth ally $1.75. Men's fancy Suspenders: in glass boxes, at 50c. nd 75c. each. Men's embroidered Satin Suspenders, all col re, at $1.15, $1.50, $2.25, $2.50 and $3.50 per pair. Men's Neckwear—Silk Knot Scarfs and Four l-Hand Ties ; choice patterns, 39c. Silk Knot Scarfs, iu fancy boxes, 50c. each. Silk Knot and Puff Scarfs, in fancy boxes, 69 nd98c. each. ψ musss SHIRTS. FANCY NIGHT ROBES. Jersey Coats, Cardigan Jackets. Collars and ufifs, Half Hose Underwear, Men's Silk Hand' erchiefs, Silk and Merino Mufflers, Boys' Wind er Ties and Bows. SLIPPERS. Men's Imitation Alligator Slippers, Opera ancl Iverett styles, wine and olive, $1 pair up. Men's Tan and Maroon Goat Shippers, patent rather trimmed, $1.50 pair. Men's Genuine Alligator Slippers; colors, to r >ise, russet, black and brown, $3.50 a pair. IIQUB FURNITURE STORE 289 &RAND STREET. Fancy Hookers, Carpet, jpteed and Rattan ' ockers, Fancy Chairs, Centre and Parlor ables, Pedestals, Standing Music Cabinets, arlor Cabinets. Fancy Pieces—odd pieces, Parlor, Bedroom nd Dining-room Suites. Children's Rockers and Chairs. SMYRNA RUGS AND MATS. ΜΘΕ ΑΧΟ TARIE» ASSORTMENT. Carpets and Oil Cloths, Coir and Sheep Skin Lata, low prices, good values, desirable goods. Books, Books Special lot Books at special prices. 200 copies Blue Jackets, large cloth bound volume, usually sold at $1.50; our price 75c. 500 vols. Gilt Edge POets, best edition, red lined; regular $1.25 book at 39c. 500 coprçs Frank Leslie's Christmas Box, regu lar price $1.00, 25c. vol. 250 copies Dore Bible Gallery (best edition), large 8vo., fully illustrated, 05c. The Bells Two Beautifully Illustrated Gift Books at exception and ally low prices, Aro,,nJ 2Se. vol. the Cross. 1,000 regular 50c. Illustrated Calendars, 10c. each. 1,000 Writing Tablets, with pen, ink and paper, 25c. each. Large lot of Plush Boxes, with writing paper, at 33c. ; better grades at 69c. and $1.00. Christmas Cards and Novelties Gold Pens and Pencils and Ink Stands at sta tionery counter, second floor. JEWELRY. ELEGANT ASSORTMENT. Watches, Diamonds, Rings, Bracelets—all with solid gold mountings. Bronzes, Clocks, etc. Special lot Bronze Pitchers, $1.87 pair. 50 handsome Bronze Clocks, with figure, at $13.50. A NEW IMPORTATION. [ Cut Silver and Real Garnet Jewelry, latest de signs. many exclusively our own. Gold and Silver Thimbles, Chains, Bangles, Cuff Buttons, Lockets, Charms, Bibpins, Lace pins. BEST MAKES—LARGE VARIETY. FANS. CHOICE LOT HOLIDAY FANS. Very low prices. Handsome Satin and Feather Tip Fans plain and painted, 50c., 75c. and %\t Beautiful Gauze Fans, white and colored, $1.25, $1.75 and $2.50. Extra Fine Gauze Fans, Embroidered and Hand painted Effects, $4, $5 to $8.50. Finest Grades Real Lace and Long Ostrich Fans Pearl and Tortoise Handles, $10, $15 to $45, Choice Collection Opera Glasses, Gold Eye Glasses and Spectacles, Hair Ornaments, Neck- : laces, etc. LEATHER GOODS. Special Lots Ladies'1 Pocketbooks at 25c. and 45c. each, worth double. Finer grades in Seal, Russia and Grain Calf Trimmed, Sterling Silver. Complete Assortment Albums, Work Boxes, Glove and Handkerchief Sets, Jewel Cases* Music Rolls, Wallets, Cigar Cases, Meerschaum Goods, Bead Purses, Chatalaine Bags, &c. UMBRELLAS & CANES (SECOND FtOOR), TO SUIT EVERYONE AT VERT MOD ERATE PRICES. ART ROOM. (SECOND FLOOR.) Bevelled Mirrors, all styles, various sizes, 19c. to $2fl. x Photographs, Etchings, Steel Engravings, Pho togravures, new styles, 25c. to $23. Pastels, framed In Steel, Silver and Gold, $1 up. Photo Frames, all sizes and styles, 25c. and up. FLOOR AND TABLE EASELS. Order» for Framing Pictures Given Special Attention. MOULDINGS WARRANTED. TOILETS AND PERFUMERY, Plush Cases, with Comb and Brush Sets, white, *mber or oxidized. Every grade from our spe cial box, $1.25, to finer grades up to $25.00. Manicure and Shaving Sets of every descrip tion. * f Perfumery Novelties at 5c., 10c.* Baskets and Boxes tilled with (choice Candies' 25c. to 50c. Ε Τ AS ί Ladies' Embroidered Initial. Fat Up in ÏTancy Boxes, 1-S Dozen lii Each Box. '· ,2* Ladies'embroidered initial linen hemstitched, m Vz doz. in fancy boxes, at $.1. $2.50 box. ^ Ladies' linen lieqpnled, J>li$iti ^rhité, 14 doz. in fancy box, 43c. ànd 80$ box. Ladies' plain white linen hemstitched, )4 doz· in fancy box, 65c., 7Cc,, $1, $1.25, $1.50, #1.75,$* ■box. , Ladies' hemstitched, colored borders, in book shape, box at 62c., box of y2 doz. MEN'S EJIBBOIDERKO INITIAL·, ifcfcKr GANT BOXES; 1-3 DOZ. IN I VCB. Men's Linen, Fine Embroidered Initial., doz. in fancy box, at $1.38, $1.75, $$.05'box. Men's Plain White Linen, hemmed, doz. itjj pretty box, 75c., 85c.. 90c., $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 box? Men's Hemstitched Plain White Linen, ChoFee| boxes. $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, $2.25, $3.00, $3.25J box. Children's Handkerchiefs, V ' · ; m ft Children's Hemstitched, colored borders, doz. in book box, 30c. the box. Children's Fancy Borders, in choice boxes, 50c and 70c. the box of ^ doz. Children's Hemstitched, Plain White and Colored Borders, fie., 12c. and 15c. each. Boys' Hemmed, Colored Borders, at 4$£c., 7c.» 9c. and 10c. each. Real Lace Handkerchiefs, Choice Selection Real Lace Handkerchiefs, from 45c., 50c., 75c., 80c., $1.00, $1.25, $1.75, $2,25, $2.75, $3.50, $4.00, $5.00, $0.00 to $40.00 each. Various makes and styles imitation LaCe Hand" kerchiefs, 0, 9, 15, 25, 35, 45 cents each. SILK HANDKERCHIEFS^ AND SILK MUFFLEfe Men's Cream Silk Mufflers, 50c., 65c., 85c., $1, $1.25 $1.38, $2.50, $1.75, $3, $2.50 to $5 each. Special lot Colored Satin Brocaded Handker chiefs, 50c, each; good value. Our Stock in Japanese SILK HANDKERCHIEFS j without doubt the largest, T>est assorted and lowest prices for same quality in either city. w. * These goods in plain and fancy borders and β Ψ embroidered (ladies1 and men's). LACE CURIilHS. Nottingham, Guipure. Irish Polnti Cluny, s-VC.-O £·· '· Antique and Brussels. Lace Bed Sets. Nottingham. Antique & Gluny Large assortment Lace Lambrequins, white ο ecru, various sizes, at 23c., 35p., 45c., 50c., 63c,. 75c., 85c., $1, $1.36, $1.50, $8 each. PORTIERES. Turcoman Portieres, fancy dados, $1.50, $1.75; $2.00 pair. f pvs*»- 1 Portiere Curtains, handsome Chenille dados, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50; $4,00 pair» ' ; j}" < Τν||Λ Chenille Portieres, all leading colors, $5.50, $6.00, and $7.50 pair. u ^ Vienna Chenille Gitfatfigs'. rich designs, $4.95, $6.00, $7.50, J9.00, 8^0.50, $13ΚΚ>,' 815.00, $18.00 pair. ,·' : ' ·ί '-.A PIANO AND TABLE COVERS. ι ■ Silk Plush Stand and Table Covers, hand somely trimmed, 25c., 38c.,50c.,65e:, 75c., $1.00 to $6.50 each 5 .. , Plush Table Scarfs, haetl em'oroid&red, $8.15 8965, $3.00, 8'i.S0, $4.00. ·> Plush upright shape Piaho Carers, $4.00, $4.75, $5.00, 86.00, $6.50, $7.50, $8,00, $0.00 each. Fine Cloth Table Cwveni, silk embroidered 0-4 at $1.15, $1.25, *1.88, $f.05, $2.50, $3.00, $4.0 each; r-4 at $8.50, $2.75, $3.00, $3.60 $4.00, 85.00. 8-4 at 83.00, $4.00, $4.50, 85.00. $5.50, $6.00. Fine Cloth Piano Covers, silk embroidered, scolloped edge at $3.75, $4.50, $5.25, $6.00, $7.00, $7.75, $8.50, 89.50, $11.00, 813.00, $15.00 each. Chenille Table Covers, Hew colqrinsp aijd do signs, at $1.85, $1.75, $2.25, l$2.76, $3.75 and $1.50 each, 1. T^7"'· : Ί Γ Raw Silk, Tapestry Fringe^, Table Go ν arm. All Sizes and Prices. Ν. Β. Our Stores can be reached from all points on North of Hudson River oy taking West Street Horsecars, running along rîveti' front to Ûesbrçtèjsea Street; Grand Street Oars starting at this point pass ο tir dpors. I . I MAI RIDLEY HÎNS, SO», 311, 311 1-2 to 3»1 Grand St. EDWARD RIDLEY & SONS, S09, 311, 311 1-2 to 321 Grand St. β to 08 A lieu, 59 to 65 Orchard St., N.Y. j 56 to 68 Allen, 59 to 65 Orchard St., N. Y j 56 to 68 Allen, 59 to 65 Orchard St·· N.Y MUM RIDLEY ft SONS, « 309, 311, 311 1-3 to 331 Grand St.