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CENTRAL'S FIRST VICTORY
They Defeated the Lafayette»— Palma's Eeadpin Tourney Rowling Notes, 'Rah, for the Centrale. They broke the ice last night. Ihe weather had been un usually mild, just the time when the ice cutter has a soft snap. The Hudson City boys were like the ice cutter. Their victims was the Lafayette Club's team, who were really glad that lnck was against them for the Hudson City boys were so happy over their conquest. It was the first occasion they have had to celebrate a victory and they did it in a jolly manner in which the vanquished were invited to join. They accepted, for the Lafayettes are us fond of fun as the Centrals. President Weimar wore his sweelest smile, and apologizing grace fully to the guests for winning, remarked that in future the Centrals would hold similar receptions at home when they entertained League clubs. The contest took place on the Central Club's alleys. The home club was in grand shape. Five of the team left the average line behind them. Reuter had the best score. He landed on the bulls eye every trip. Two bad splits alone pre vented him from making ten credits and a two hundred score. He got six strikes and two spares, and made a score of 175. Metzger, too, was in bowling mood. He struck a few bridges, but went to the sixty notch. Weimar pursued him close ly. He stopped at IS", which was two in advance of C. Zahn and five better than Evans. i\oc one οι me team iroze ou me wruug side of the centuary line and the two smallest scores were in the twenty block. The Lafayette boys could not guage the alleys. The best total oti tlieir side was after Deel's name and he was the only man who went over the average mark. He put up 15Ï. Bob Smith remarked that it was rather early after Christmas for the club to do its prettiest. The team was without the valuable services of Captain Jones nnd Morris Cohen. Had they bowleu, the result would not have been different, as the Centrals had a margin of 137 pins. The home team made a glorious start. They piled up strikes and spares in a way that astonished their adversaries and the large audience. They closed their first frame with a total of 17o. The Lafayettes had 182, which gave the Centrals a lead of 38. They kept in front until the end. When the half of the game was com pleted the Centrals had the command by 87 pins, and continued at a good pace and closed with an average of 14S. The Lafayettes began with 182, and their average was about that, as they put up 1311-2. The sonrft follows^— CENTRAL Β. C. J. Young. C. Zahu C. Weimar .. F. Jahr F. Zahn F. HolTinan. H. Reuter Λν. Κ vans G. Metzger .. F. Fuller 2 4 4 5 4 G LAFATKTTR Β. C. R. Smitn 2 1 7 J. Seilhelmer.. 1 3 6 A. Seilhelmer. 1 J. Bremau 2 W. Waller.. J. Luscti — H. Mills W. Baxter.. H. Dulls.... R. Kirk land Totale 2G 29 45 1452 | Totals 11 83 36 1315 SCORE BY FRAMES. Central B. C...170 80S 414 559 711» 882 9T5 1126 13U2 14Γ.2 Lafayette B. C.132 251 S:>4 492 082 Î74 907 1U2J 11*4 1313 Umpire—Gus Ronnebergers. Scorer—George Oberbeok. BOWLING AT THE HEAD PIN. Successful Opening: of the Palma Club's Tournament. The head pin tournament of the Palma Club opened auspiciously last night, and the Bowling Committee who were in charge were elated. The committee's object is to give the bowlers practice at the head pin and get them to roll a ball that will go a trifle off the very heart of the alley. It is the style of bowling that tells most in the average on foroign alleys, as it is the bowler who throws a ourve ball that fluctuates greatest in his score, and just when he is wanted to put up a fair total he drops heavily in the mud, prob ably after having sent up a two hundred score the night before. The committee has offered as an induce ment five pretty prizes. They did not an ticipate many entries last night, as events of that kind, like an engine, move slowly at the start. Steam will be up in a night or two and the alleys will be crowded with bowlers eager to get at the pins. Last night two hundred tickets were issued, showing that that number of trials were made. Each competitor bowls six balls, but as soon as he misses the head pin he begins anew, knowing that it is merely a waste of time to con tinue, as the scores now recorded shut out any contestant from a prospect of a prize who does not get well up in the fifties There were many disappointments last night, which amused the audience and demonstrated the uncertainty of the game. Several times bowlers had made five good frames and then missed the head pin on the sixth ball. Jim Clarke made five strikes 011 one occasion and the ball seemed obedient. It was slightly con trary on the sixth throw and missed the head pin by a hair. Four alleys were in use last evening, Nos. 1,2, Sand 0. The bowlers alternate driving the first ball down one alley and the next down the adjoining alley. Only twenty-six of the scores were re corded, which is a fair proportion iu the head given came with only six balls. Many of the cracks were present, but did not take part. They will be heard from later, as the tourney lasts eigtit nights. It is predicted that several com plete scores of strikes will be made before til θ OÇUipcllHWU CUUB. inu υι tue WU testants last night were only one pin short of the highest possible score. The scores that were recorded are as follows:— Κ S Jordan 10 10 10 it 10 .10—59 J Clark !0 9 10 ■ 10 10 10—511 j' Hathaway, Jr., 8 » 10 10 10 10—57. ' W Ε Eldridge 10 .S 10 10 JO 0—57* A Ε Vultee 10 9 » 10 10 U—57 J. Clarke 10 » 9 10 10 <1—57 W. E. Eldridge 9 10 10 » !i !t—50 A. E. Vultee 10 10 10 0 7 10—50 Ueo. Browu 0 10 8 10 U 10—50 Α. Ε Vultee 9 10 » II 8 10-55 P. 8. Carter 9 10 0 10 9 «_» W. Et Ε Id ridge 10 10 11 9 Ν 11-55 L. Betteher 10 10 10 8 II 8—55 h. Bettdier ■> 0 10 9 10 8-55 C, F. Heoderson 0 8 9 10 9 10—55 J. F. Rich 9 9 10 7 10 10-55 P- 8. Carter' 9 10 7 10 9 0-54 S- llathawav Jr 10 9 8 9 10 8-54 L. Bettehm- 8 10 9 10 II 8—54 L. Betteher 9 10 9 10 8 8-54 W. Κ Kluridee 9 10 8 10 8 9—54 George Brown 10 10 10 5 10 11-64 Λ. E. Vultee 8 10 10 8 8 11—53 L. Betteher 9 8 9 9 9 9—53 S. Hathaway, j,· 10 10 8 8 9 7—5',! L. Betteher a 8 « 9 10 8—53 The tournament will be resumed to night: The Association Averages. - The two Jersey City clubs lead in the race for the championship of the Amateur Bowling Association. Interesting figures are appended showing the standing of each club, the number of games won and lost, the highest totals at home and abroad and the average, Hi so the ten players who lead in t he averages. The position of the clubs Hollows:— CI.l'B. WON. LOST. HOME. AVERAGE, Palma 3 1 l;«uS'"i.jijc 1,550 J. C. A. C.....3 1 1.BSJ 1,401) 1,544 Elizabeth A-C- Β,,ϋ J,5jiu 1,501 1,548 Oritani F. CS-Λ Si· si,«so i,4&) 1,510 Β. I. Λ. C.....0 .»·■ 1,517 1,450 · ),5M The individual bywJers who lead are:— Player. _,C'uh. game*. .Highest. Av'ige Dudley Elizabeth :j §n lso.t»6 Turnbull Eiizabejiw.,. 4 ϋοΐ 17lW|0 Warner Elizabeth— 4 lm 175. a5 Hathaway... l'alma A 4 181 170.7® Davis Jersey City.. 4 jd:î J09.75 Storm .Oiltaiil 4 xVm 1GS.75 Marshall Orltanl 3 lliS.oO Lutz Palma 4 aoii 107 00 Carter Palma 4 174! lwl.iû Olmsted Jersey City.. 4 ioo\ ltiO.OO Nameless' Teams Practlce\ Teams No». 1 and 3 of the NiStneless I Bowling Club enjoyed a few hours prac tice at Metropolitan Hall last eveniug. The bowling was excellent, and DeKay and Hill made line scores. The result of the contest was an follows:— TEAK SO. 1. TEMM NO. 2. H. Herman 1ST I Holden 1«* K. DeKay 109 | u. Kemcr Ιβΐ Ε. Burr 181 | W. Herman 15·'· J. Hill 183 I Jackson Total cro| Total 055 B. A. Clone Game. A series of match games were rolled last night at Mnller's alleys. Cummings and Smith composed one pair and Mulier the other. Nine games were bowled and the odd game went to the two Ms. The scoro of tiie closest game was as follows:— 8. S. B. S. I 8. 9. B. S. Cummings a β ·.' 170 ; Martin ί a 2 106 Smith 2 7 1 1ÎS I Mulier 3 5 * Ι"δ Totals 4 13 3 342| Totals...5 11 4 341 Strike», Spare» ami Breaks. The Boyds and the New Jerseys will bowl for supremacy on Becker's alleys, Tuesday evening, January 14. The Klikows have swapped nights with the Hudsons next. week. The Klikows will bowl January 2. The electric glims now furnish the illumination on the Palma alleys. It is a vast improvement over the gas jets. The Hudsons and Americas, ot Newark, will bowl their return game at Muller's alleys next Monday night. The Klikows and Hudson» will bowl their handicap game at Muller's either on the second or third Tuesday in Janu ary. The Klikows will be allowed tocarry the lino live feet nearer the pins. The next League game will be rolled on Monday night wheu the Independents visit the Centurys at Brown's alleys. The Volunteers bowl at Becker's to night, Teutonias at Henn's, Humors at Freudenberger's, Fullers at Fuller's, Hudson County Wheelmen at Brown's, and the Pamrapo A. C. at Metropolitan Hall. Tommy Cummings rolled twenty-five frames without a break last night. CHRISTMAS SOCIALS. A BrJllIftut Holiday Reception at tiov. Hedle'e House. Mrs. J. D. Bedle and Miss Bedle held the last of the receptions thoy have been giving on Thursdays of this month, yes terday, at their residence on Jersey ave nue. The reception was quite informal and most delightful and the many guests who called were charmingly entertained. Receiving with Mrs. Iiedle was Mrs. J. D. Bedle, Jr., and Miss Bedle was as sisted by Miss Tate, of North Carolina, and Miss Briukerhoif. Mrs. Bedle wore an elegant gown of Point de Esprit, trimmed with black ribbons. A pretty bunch of yellow roses added a dainty finish to the rich costume. Mrs. J. I). Bedle, Jr., appeared in a gown of pearl crepe dc chine, trimmed elaborately with velvet ot a darker shade. Her llowers were violets. The gown in which Miss Bedle looked very sweet and charming was white figured laae , with loops of satin ribbon decorating it. Miss Tate looked pretty in an Empire gown of pink, and Miss Brinkerhoff wore white crcpc dc Chine aud white roses. Boughs of holiy aud evergreens, prettily mingled with roses, decorated the. drawing room and gave it a bright, Christmas appearance. Mistletoe hung from the chandeliers and was a confiant source of merriment. In the dining room, where the exquisitely arranged and bountit'ullv snreuri tjililf was under the direction of Purcell, bright caudlebras «ave forth a soft and pretty light that fell with charming effect upon the green decorations. Amoncc the guests were:—Mrs. Judge Knapp, Mrs. Judge Depue, Mies Depue, Mrs. Edwin A. Stevens, of Castle Point; Judge and Mrs. Garretson, Miss Zabris kie, Judge and Mrs. Dixon, Miss Dixon, Warren Dixon, Mr. and Mrs. Traphagan, Miss l'raphagan, Mrs. B. A. Watson, Miss Watson, Mrs. Henry Dusenbery, Airs. G. P. Perkins, Miss Per kins, W. Chidester, Jr., Miss Post, Miss C. L. Post, Misses Fiemming, Mrs. Judge Beach, Misses George Gilford, Misses Underwood, Judge Abel I. Smith, Miss Dora Smith, Mrs. W. A. Durrie, Jr., Mrs. W. E. Grattan, Mrs. Le Cato, Mrs. N. D. Wortendyke, Mrs. Davey, Mrs. Peter Donald, Mrs. Donald, of New York; Mrs. Illingworth, Miss Illingworth, Mrs. J. E. Hulshizer, Austin Huls hizer, Mrs. Jacob Anderson, Miss Acken, Mrs. J. I). Taylor, Misses Taylor, Charles H. Hastings, Ex-Mayor and Mrs. Gilbert Collins, Miss Olmsted, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. C. Young, Miss Jennie Cable, William T. Vidal, Mr. and Mrs. W. A Lewis, Mrs. George Miller, Miss Miller, Mrs. Edward Linn, M ss Hetheriugton, Mrs. James Wilkinson, Miss Wilkinson, Miss Thompson, Otto Crouse, Mr. anil Mrs. J F. Ward, Percy C. Ward, Mr. Fisher, Miss Du Mont, of Canada. Miss Ellie Lutkins, Mrs. G. W. Case and Mrs. Charles Ridgeway. Euchre at Mrs. Vamlerbeck's. Mr. and Mrs. Vanderbeck gave a euchre party at their residence, No. 181 Merer street, last night. The eifiiir was quite informal and was most delightful. Durit g the early part of the evening euchre wa.. played and pretty prizes were presented those who were fortunate to be winners. Supper was served by Morrow & Day. and was followed by daucing. Among the guests were Governor-elect Abbett, Mrs. Dodd, Judge aud Mrs. Dixon, Judge aud Mrs. Beach, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ε. I'. C. Young, Mr. aud Mrs. Linn, Mr. and Mrs. Godley, W. E. Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. Sherrill, Mr. and Mrs. Barnes, Miss Brodhead, Miss Van Winkle, Mr. aud Mrs. Henry Traphageu and Mr. and λ r Λ Christmas-at-Home. Mrs. Theodore Parker gave a pleasant dinner party on Christmas at her home on Krie street, at which about fifteen quests were present. The event was most enjoyable and the occasion was en livened by some Hue music. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Horace Farrier, Captain Farrier, Mr. and Mrs William Brown, Mr. and Mrs. William Bush and Mrs. A. L. Hurdle. Mrs. Fleming's Christmas Party. Mrs. .Fleming gave a Christmas family party on Christmas night at her resi dence, No. 82 Grand street. The house was tastefully decorated with holly and evergreens, and everything was in keep inc with the day. Games of all kinds were pluyed and then there were music and dancing. The music was under the direction of Prof. Cran mer. Liberty ï.odite's Annual Visitation. The annual visitation and election of officers of Liberty Lodge was held in Bernitt's Hall, Hoboken, last evening. The following officers were elected:—R. J. Moore, past protector; J. W. Mehl, protector: Katie Seltenreiçh. chaplain: Tillie Sina, guide; F. Kaufman, trea« urer; T. Hatfield, recordlhg secretary; F. L·. Biihr, financial secretary; Henry Glasshof, guardsman; C. Kussell, sen tinel; trustees, Rufus Brown, L. H. Bel loft' and F. Sinn. After the oifkers were electod the company adjourned to the hall where an informal reception was held. The com jwiny was entertained l>y R. J. Moore, M. j; Cannon and Joe Kettell and a pleasant evening spent. A Woodlawn Avenue Sewer, The residents of the Woodlawn avenue section, are clamoring for a sewer. A petition calling for the same is now in the hands of the proper authorities, and the residents of the non-seweraged district sincerely hope that it be immediately acted upon. A sewer is certainly needed in the locality in questien, for at present there is no s y «tern of drainage in use, leaving the sewerage to sink into the ground. STREET AND WATER (05! MISSION EUS. OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS. Adjourned regular meeting of tu* Board or Street ma Water CommiMtoaerri. held on Thursday, November 21,1889. atio o'c ocx u. m. Present.—Pr< si lent Som-rs. Absent—Commlss on«rs Duganand Van Keuren. Ther« being no quorum presant, the president declared the ooara adjouruea. GKO. T. BOUTON, clerk. Special meeting or the Board of Street and Waîer Commissioner*, held on Friday, November 22, 1889 (it 1) o'clock i. m. Present—President Somera and Comjalasione.s Du'/an and Van Keuren. Absent—N»>ne. The meeting was held In accordance with the fol lowing cal·, which waa read by th clerk: Jersey Cit v, Nov. 21, 1889. G*>o. T. Bouton, clerk: Dear sir—You wile please eall a special meeting of this board for ïridav, 22J lust., ai 9 o'clock a. m., for tlic t ransaction of general ou«lne% Vouis, Ac.. C. J. soxb'RS. president. REPORTS OF (UTEF ENGINEER. The chlet engineer reported certificates In favor of W. II. & i·'. W. Cane, for $3,320, final on contract No 508: Thomas K**liy, 400. final on contract No. 5U9 Thorn sa Harrtugton, ftiS i 70. final on contract No. 547. llecdvei and referred to their appropriate jomm.-rte^e. REPORTS OF STANDING COMMUTEES. The committee on sir et s and sc-wcr* reported ou certificate of chi?f engiuce: . in raver of Thomas Ilamr.tfton, for $083 70, ttnalon contract No. &l7, as . correti. The report was accepted. The committee on public buudlngs and dacics re ported on certificates of chief engineer le favor of w.H.SK.W, Cane tor $3,320. final on contract No. 5υ8; Thomas Kellv, $4,400, final on contract Να &09, as correct. The report wan accepted. MOTIONS AND RESOLUTIONS, The committee on streets and sevran prsstnteA Ihe following: Resoivel, That the woric under contract No. 6479 tor the repavlug of Grin ι Street, from Palrmo mt w*mio to Woodward Street, by T~oma* Marrintfton oc QJj.i tuu &ame ia uerouj «cixpusu . * completed. Resolved, That $Π83 70bo paid to Thomas Harring ton, oeing naal on account or contract So. 647, l'or repmnar Grand Street irom Fuirmount Avnue to Woodward Street, charge special street account. The foregoing were eacn adopted by the ι olio wine vote, on the call for the ayes and nava: Aves—President Somers and Commissioners Dngan ind Van Keuren. Nays—None. The committee on public buildings and docks presented tbe following: Resoivc.1, That the work und* r contract No. 509, for the mas'in worlc on school house No. 22, on Ma^la ilav Street, Tnos. Kelly, conti-actor. b.? and the same is hereby accepcea as completed. Resolved. That $4,400 be paid to Thos. Kelly, final on account of concraci. No. 509, for mason worK on cchool hoes.· No. 2ii, on Halladay Stree., cha ge ap propriation school No 22. Received, That $3.32J be paid to W. H. and P. W. >'ane, b/ing final on acc untot contract No. 508, tor carpenter work on school No. 2J, m Hsliaday Street, charge appropriation school No. 22. The foregoing were each auopted by the following vote, on the cm II lor tne aves and nays: Aves—President Sombre and Commissioners Dusan «T.rt Vr.t. U , ιιιφη Nays—None. Ou motion ot Commissioner Van Keuren, the Board adjourned. GEO, T. BOUTON, clerk. Regular meeting of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners, held on Mondav, Nov. 25, 1889, at 10 D'ciock a. m. Present—Pr.sident Somers and Commissioners Dugaa and Van Keuren. Arjiient—Noae. Rending o? the minutes of rejrular meeting held November 21, 1889, adjourned regdlar meeting he d November 21, and special meeting heid Novemoer22, 1889, was dispensed witu. and, on motion, were ap proved us engrossed. PRESENTATION OF PETITIONS AND COMMUNICA TIONS. From F. W. Mitchell and others for the opening of ι street to be caiieu·Herbert Place; Kdwin Manners, η relation ι ο condition of sewer in First Street; W. Π. Ρ ddle. superintendent, requesting permission co I'opave Washington Street, from tue property or the Central Rnl.'road or N../., to the Lehigh Valley Rail .•oad; the Fourth District Property Holders Asaocia tioa, requesting that a bu khemi be placed at the corner of South Street ana Wobiter Avenue; Thos. F. Dug» η and Patrick Kyan, petitioning lor mason's licenses. Received anu reierred to the committee on lare ts ana sewers. From M. H. Hemmey, requesting permission to b-iilda pr.vute sewer In (Jnion Street. Received and referred to the committee on streets and sewers, with power. From Charles Wagner, pctitioninc fora piumber's Ilconse. Received and referred to the committee on assessments and extensions. From Micnaei Cur!ey, in relation to his contract or sewer m Summit Avenue. Received and referred to the committee or the whole. OFFICIAL COMMUNICATIONS. From the clerk of tae ooard: To the Hon. the Boari or Street and Water Commis sioners: Gentlemen—I bee leave to report that the commis· sioneis or assessment filed with me on the 19th Inst, preliminary sketches us follows: For improvement or Neptune Avenue, from Ocean Avenue to Garfield a venu»; ror improvement oi Van Home Street, from .Johuslon Avenue to Maple Stree:; Imprjvement of Union Street, from Ocean Avenue to Arlington Avenue; ai3o flna. map and re port for improvement of JaoKson Avenue, from New ark and New York Jtiai load to Fulton Avenue. Respect ruily su omit ted, Geo. T. Bouton, clerk. Received and ordered filed. REPORTS OF CHIEF ENGINEER. The chief ι ngineer vapored tuTtiUcaies In favor of Denis Byrnes tor $5D0, on account of contract No. 405; Patrick T. Plunirett, S500 oti account or contract No. 525; Wm. Kramer, $1.000 on account of contract 0.529; Michael Curiey. #1,000 on account oi con trac No. 584: Wm. Kramer, Jr., $1,500 on account of contract No. 537; ThomasCogun, <500 ou account oi' contract No. 541; Samuel Overton, $1.0f0 on re cdunt of contract No. 545; Thomas Oavarmgh, $ύ00 on account of contract No. 540; Heiuy <ft McGivncy, 82,000 on account of contract No. 550; P. .J. Coudon, 63.800 on account of contract No. 65ϋ. Received and referred to tne comm teen on streets and sewers. DuifHBWTiTTnv (iK nr.AtMs. JohnMcCrea, *57; Wm. H. Coyne. S4.07 71; J°?08Q Donohue, Jr., $171; Thomas Holmes, $13 50; l·. T, feclffir, tuii 40, $100 85 and 870 04; Philip K. MartmT $«J1 A anil 815 81; John P. Murray Co., 1320» Wm. McCarthy. $54: J. M. Leonard, *108 50: National llcter Oo.,$08 50; Frank McDermott, $78 20; Argus Co., SIS; James N. Davis, $130; Albert Datas, $0 50 and $15 50; W. W. Ko wards, #81 nnd $00; Kvening Journal Association, $8 ). *27 50, $27 50, $25, $25, $25, Î22 50, teg 50, $17 50, $17 50, $10 40. $0 50 and $(3 00-, «mes Hunt, $100; Jersey City Herala, $0 50, $d, $5 60, $6, $5. $5, $1 50, $4. $4 and $3; Thomas L. Maxwell, *4 60; Rudolph W. Sailer. $304 40; Anthony P.Smith, $440; James Tumulty, $ΐ9υ; L. H. Broome, $400 and $100; also pay-rolls—commissioners and clerks, $740 08: water registrar, etc., $2.031 08; superintendents etc., $803 33; engineering bureau. $1,025; all November, 1880. Received and referred lo their appropriate committees, RlfPOBTS or STANDING COMMITTEES. The committee on s'rests and sewers reported oa certificates of Chief Piugineer in favor a' Demi Byrnes. $£00, on account of contract No. 405: Patrlcli T. Piunkett. $600, on account 01 contract No. 525* Wm. Kramer, $1,000. ou account or contract No. 529| Mich, vu Curlev. Si.000. ou account of contract No. 684; Wm. Kramer, Jr., $1 50 », ou account of cou rac* No. 637; Thorns s Cog >n. $500, ou account of contract No. 541; Samuel Overton, $l,0i;0, on account of con tract No. 645; Thomas Cavanaqru. $5C0. on account 01 contract No. 54β; Henry A McOtvney. $2,000, on ac count of contract No. 550; P. J. Condon, $d,800, on account of c «tract No. 552: and on the toilowiti» claims: Sunday Momuur News. $1: A r if us Company, $30 830, $2/ 50, 9'C2 60, f2 i 50. $7 25, $4 50, $4 50 and Ϊ4 50: Conrad R*lehon t>eck?r, $30; A. M. Stem âc Co., *260; Patrick M. Scot', $5; Jam-îs P. Hum, $71 00; Dents Bvrnes, $120, ne correct; aJso on anp.ication of P. W. Mitcn^il and others tor tue opening of a street to he cal 1 d Herbert Place, favorably. The report was accepted. Resolved, That the following sums be paid to the Argus Co., tor advertising improvements, all charged to tno irauroveinents: $27 50 for proposals for sewer In Charles Street, from Summit Avenue to abou: AGO feet oast: Ï2250 tor hearing on sewer m Congres* Street, from Dur ham Avenu ■ to Peai·ce Avenue; $4 50 tor j>osvers tor the same; $30 ;or hearing on Improvement ot Astor Place, from Summit Avenue to Westside Avenue; $150 for posters for th? same; $30 for proposals for the Improvement oi Wulow Court, from Newark Avenue to Pavonia Avenue; $22 60 f*r Hearing ·>η iew»r in Neutune Avenue, from Ocean Avenue to riarfloid Avenue; *4 60 10;· posters for the seme: 13 62 for printing 250 postal cards for Jackson Av oue murovement; $2 63 for printing 25'J postal cards for Jackson Avenue opening, from Myrtle Avenue to Fulton Avenue. RosolveM, That $1 ba paid to Sunday Moral**g News, for advertising vacation of α portion cf tho i) d Jersey City and Bergen Point Plankroad, chargu impiovement. Resolve J, That $15 be paid to Conrad I^ichen beckerfor services as commissioner of assreemrnt an Preacott Plac 1 oponln (, charge Improvement: 115 to Conrad Reichenbecicer, for services as com· mlsaioner οι* assessment for sewer m Richard Street, from Gardeid Avenue to New York Bay. Resoived, rh> t$250 be paid to A. M. Stein & Co , for 1 horse; $5 u> Patrick M. Scot', for aba· on streets; $74 00 to James P. Hall, for sand; $120 to DeniM Byrnes, for tilling, charge to soeciai strait ac count. ▼ Thnt V»v nnrt with thi» onnmwnnPB nf be board of finance, the report or the com mittee on streets and sewers, upon the peti ; on In writing oî Prank W. Mitchell and other», presented to this board on the £5ui dav of Novemb r. 1880, .or the ripening of ;i street, to be called Herbert P.a-e, from Cottue Street to Newark Avenue, ba am· rhe Earn θ is heroin· accepte ι by tnis board, which iiereoy declares that it favors sai ·. petition, imd the same is hereby n;· fi ned to me comm eaioners oî assessment anil ill! chief engineer, ne being a di creet surveyor not in terested m said improvement, to be proceeded vvi.b according 10 law. The foregoing were each aloprod bv the following το e, on the call for tho aves and nays: Λ y ps—President Ôouiere ana Commissioners Dugan end Van Keuren. Nayt—none. The c mmiotee cn pumping and reservoirs pre sented the following: Iteeoive f, Tha; $35 10bo paid to the United Gas Improvement Co., ror ".as at high s îrvico, month of OctobM·, 1889; $480 to John McCarthy, ror carting a. »d tr turning cooi; 1-43 00 to Theo tore Sm;t:i & Bro., tor •suppi osât.hiifu service; Ϋ104 63 to Theodore Smith fc B<o., for tlaugcs at Heilevi.ie; $17 OU ιο Vauder heeJi & Son, tor lumbar at high service. Adopted uy tne ioilowmg vott, ou the call for the %yes ami navs: „ . _ Ayes— President Somers and Commissioners Dugan Van Keuron. >1*7» — Nr.Ufi. UBPORT8 OF STANDING COMMTTTEBfc. The committee on concurrent resolutions reporte'!, recommending that tae following resolutions d j cou jurro.1 in t. Ordering paid tne'following oay-rolls; Pump ing anl res rVoirs. Thomas Mackin. ln«h service, October, 1889, 51; pumping and resorvo rs, carpen |0ra, masons, &c\, Believihe. October, 1880, fi,119 90j assessments and extensions, repairing water · iv»e, October, 1889, $£.910 2€>; assessments and ext ensions, laying water pin -, October, 1889, $2,885 75; assess ments and extensions, repairing water gat κ, &c.. $1.313 50; pumping and reservoirs, repairing mams Dn meadows, October, 1889, $102 50: assessments and extensions, repairing over water pip&s, October·, 1S89, $ιί18 25; assessments ano extensions, laborers on meurs, October. 1889. #803 51. 2. Ordering-paid f02 50 to G. W. Phillips for tbr e mont&e serv.ccs as chemist. 3. Authorizing the purchase of two lO-ineU meters. 1. A ware in g contruçt to floury & AIcGivuey tor sewer on Sussex Street, from Greene to Hudson Scree's. 5. Awarding contract to P. L.rteehill Tor Improve ment of Van Home Street, from Commumpaw Avenue to Ν. & Ν. V. It. Κ. 0. Awarding contract to Henry Bvrne for sewer in Pavonia Avenue, from P. K. tt. cut to Newark Avenue?. 7. Authorizing the improvement of Snerman Ave nue, between South and «lower streets. 8. Autno' izmg the imprjvem Hit or Danforth Ave nue, from Ocean Avenue *.o Ojd Bergen Road. 8. Authorising the Improvement of Linden Avenue from Gar Held Avenue to oid Β ;rg η Road. •9 Auiïmmm ooaetrucww oX « «ewer on ! Nmtn r.troct oetwecn «ranswicx ahû GdfifBontti ! hlreetA. 10. Orderttwr pain certiin claims. Tue avcs and nays ftavma been called npon each o? the aoove resolutions, therefore was received and the resolution» adopted unanimously. The committees on salaries and claims reported rrcommendincr the drawing of v> arranta upon th<i city treasurer in payment of salaries of tax comm s sioncrs and cieriss. extra clerks of the city co lector Or the month A October, 1880. when due, and the regular monthly pay roll lor October. 1889. when ôue. The ayes and nave having been cat led on each th'j above resolutions, the reports were received arid th»·. resolutions adopted unanimously. The Committee on Printhig, stationery and Suu plies reported, i©commencing the payment or the claim of J. W. Harrison of $J;;0, for r>ostairc stamps. The ayes and nays having been cal led on the acove resolution, the report was received and the resolu tion unaiumous'.y adopted. MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS. Bv Mr. Ikleletein: Rêsoivel, That in accordance with the provisions of chapter J27. of the laws oi 188U, the city collector be una is hereby directed to assume on and alter ι Jan. 1, 1890, the collection and reception or ad water rents or water rates, and ail other moneys nun the city for the sale or use of water, toeether wuhail fl:ies and penalties and permit fees that mav in inrure ac rue to the city and now paid into the olDc· or uie water registrar. Resolved, That the clerk of this board i<« hereby directed to notify the c;ty collector and til* wat r r» iristrar of th" passasre of the above resolution, and ro further notify the water registrar and the Mreefc and water commissioners, as c ustodians of the water < le partaient, that aJi pay m'nU due said dopartuient ! will, «η and after January 1,1890.become payable nt I the office of tne city coller-tor. and at no other place. ! Resolved, That the en ν elector is further di rected to have prepared proper books for recording ! all moneys received by him to the credit oi the water department, nnd to notify said department, daily, of ' s «α receipts îu detail. Resolved. That the water rigl»t:-ar be and is hereby j requested to turn over ail records o; his office to the ! <;.ty collector, taking a urooer receipt for the same. ! Resolved, That the water registrar shall continue i to ramain in charge of tne water odice a fie.· its i transfer to the city hall, until further notice, and superintend tne making ont of water buis, and de I posit the same with the city collector ror collection. Resolved. That all rnles now governing the water department shall continue in force until changea by resolution of this board. By Mr. ICdelstein: Resolved, Ί hat a committee of one be appointed, with power to make arrangements, and tne neces sary provisions for the transfer of tne water deoart ment from tne office of the board oi street and wafer commissioners to tlio city hall, m accordance with résolut on adopted by the board of nuance, Noveni emb;jr 23. 1889. Tne ayes and navs having been called on each of th4* above resolutions tney were unanimously a',riPted. The committee on assessment* and extension! presented tne iouowmg: Resolved, That tne sums hereinafter menf ioned be paid to the persons named, respectively, for services tendered as commissioners and clerks tor month of November, 3889, amounting to $749 98, when flue. Resolved, That bv and with the concurrence of th< board of flnanon, the suras hereinafter m mtloned bs paid to the persons named respectively lor service* rendered as water registrar aud employee in watai department "or month »-ndlntr November 30,1889. «mounting m ihe aegregate to $2,084 98, whei» due* Resolved, That by und witn the concurrence of the board of finance, the sums hereinafter mentioned be paid to persons named lespectively for eervices tenuer^d as superintendents, etc., for the month end· ing November 30,» 1889. amount lug in the aggre gate to *898 38, wnen due. Resolved. That $fl be paid to John P. Murray Co., for office baskets; $38 70 to John P. Murray Co., for jute packmcr; $34 04 to Jchn P. Mut ray Co., for tunciries: $25 to John P. Muiray Co., for shovelsj $21 50 to Mary Finley, for salt hay; $461 29 to Na tional Meter Co., for meters; $10 50 to Henry Simp ion, for puttlrg πι glass; $29 to A. Kantrowich, foi grazing, etc.; $3 75 to United Gas Improvement Co,, rorgasat pine yard; $7 86 to United Gas Improve ment, Co , gas for office; $4 50 to United Gas Imorove· mont Co., for gas at stable; *71 50 to Albert Daczjoi stationery and supplies; $225 and $225 to A. M. Stem k, Co., for horses. The foroKOtng were each adopted by the followine vote, on tne can for the ayes and nays: Ayes—President Somers and Commissioners Dupan »nn Van Keuren. Nays—None. The committee on public buildings and docks pre· Rented the following· Whereas. This board has accent ed as complete public school building No. 22. situate on Hallade j Etreet: therefore Resolved, That said building be and is hcrebj turned over to the board of directors of education, for the use and purpose for which it was erected. Resolved, That $100 be pain to George Β re m mer, for soi view as wharfinger, ior inontn ending Nov 30,1889. charge Morgan Screetdock. Resolved, That Jo be paid to Sunday Moraine News, for advertising proposals for police head, quarters, charge appropriation for «aid builditig $150 to the Sunday Morning News, for advert isinν proposals for plumbing work for engine Co. No. 1 charge appropriation for this building. The foregoing wore each adopted by the following vote, on the eaJ> tor the ayes and nays: Ayes — President Somers and ComaRtoioncrt Dugan uud Van Keureu. Nays—.None. The committee on engineering aud survey ore eented tne roi lowing: Resolved, l'hat the sums hereinafter mentioned bt paid to the persons name*) respectively, ior service! rendered as engmee.. surveyor, etc., r r the nionti of November, 1«89, amounting to $1,025, when due. Adopto:t bv the following vote on the call tor tht aves and navs: Aves — President somers and Commissioner! Ducan and Van Kcuren. Nays—None. on mot.on of Commissioner Dug in, the board ad journed. GEO. T. BOUTON, ciork. I Adjourned regular meet'ng of the Board of Street and Water Com mission era, held on Wednesday, Nov. 27,1889, at 10 o'clock a. m. Present—President Somers. Aba nt—Comm'stfloners Dugan and Van Keuren. There belue no quorum present, the president de clared the Board adjourned. GEO. T. BOUTON. Clerk. Regu'ar looting of the Board ot Street and WateT Commissi oners, lield on Monday, Dec. 2, 1S89, at 16 o'clock a.m. Present—President isomers and Commissioner Van .Keuren. Absent—Comm ssioner Duaan. Heading or th° minutes of regular meeting held Nov. 25, and adiourned reculai- meeting beiu Nov 27, ISSi), was diapause ! with, and, on motion, were aporoved oe - η grosse ». PRESENTATION OP PETITIONS AND COMMUNICA TIONS. From Fritz Meyer and others, requesting that JTul·· to ι Avenue, betwean Ocean aud Bergen ave uea, tx repaired; Andrew Ca*suly and others, requesting t hat the sewer in Colgate, Second and Third strecrt be repaired. Received and referred to tne com» mitcee on streets and sewers. OFFICIAL COMMUNICATIONS. From the cuv clerk, trans antf ne coy ν of present ' went, made by grand jurv. in relation to the Ravint ! Road sewer. Received and referrod to me comm'fc· ! tee on streets and sewers m conjunction with tly | ςοτιχν ίΐϊοη counsel. j from tne noarn o: nuance, transmitting resom I .tons passed by said b-jard at its meeting neld No ι rt«mb r 2'i, and approved by thi mayor Novembei cO. J 889. Resolved, Thar the following resolution adopted by roc boori of street and water commissioners NovembT 18, 1889. to wit: Auteorizing the purchase of two ten-mch mrtcrs. Fie ana is hereDy concurred in by tne baara or finance. Resolved, That tne following resolution adopted by the beard or street and water eornuiîeyiouers, No vember 18. to wit: Authorizing the improvement ot Linden Avenue, fr,xm uarflela Ave:uie ro oi · Bergen Road. Be ana Is hereby concurred in by the board jf finance. , Resolve:!, That the following resolution, adopted by the boa.id or street and water commissioners, November 18. t-> wit.· Au honzimr the Improvemen oj' D.m'orth Avenue, from Ocean Avenue to Old Bergen Road. Be ano is hereoy uoncurrej m by the board of finance. Resolved. That the following resolution, adoct d ι oy the board of street and water commissioners, October 21. to wil: Author.r/ine the improvement ot Sherman Avenue, oetween South and Bowers streets. I Bo ana is Héreoy concurred m by the board of i inance. I Resolved. That the following resolution, adopted bv -ûe board of street and water commissioners ι October 21,1889, to wit: j Authorizing tne construction of a sewer in Ninth Street, between Bruuswlc'; ana Monmouth streets, j Be and is hereby concurred in bv the board of I finance. i Resolved, Τhat the following resolution adopted by I the board or street and water commissioners. No ! vember 18, 1889. town: j Awarding contract to P. L. Re-hill for Improve ί m *nt of Vaii Rorno Street, from Communipaw Ave ; nue to Newark ana N. Y. R. R.. Be and is hereby concurred in by the board of finance. ! tintn \rati Thot Hm Cfillntrir»» — - - by tue board of street and water commissioners, No vetnbei 18,1889, to wit: Aw; rdmg contract to Denis Byrnr s, for sewer in Pa von ta Avenue, from P. R. K. eut to Newark Ave nue. Be and is hereby concurred m by the board of fl·· — HeeoTven. Tbat tne 'oilowing resolution anon tu by the beard of street and water commissioners, No vember 18, to wl : Awarding contract to Henry & McGivney, for sewer m Sussex Street, from Greene to Hudson •treots. Be and is hereby concunvd m by the board or Krsolved, That the following resolution adouted bv th3 board of street and water commissioners, to Wit: Ordering paid the following pay-roils, repairing Water pipe, «2.916 25; laving w iter pipe, «2,885 75; repairing water gates, $1.348 50; repairing mains ο ι no1 clows, 8152 50. r· pairing over water pipe, $343 25; abofers on met.rs, $293 54; Thos. Macktn, niga ser ies, $o4; carpenter*, masons. etc.. «1,449 99, ail Oc >b r, 1889. Bo and is hereby concurred in by tne board of nance. Resolved, That the following resolution, adopted / tne noarct of street and and water commissioners .ovember 18, to wit: Or it ring paid $62 50 to G. W. C. Phillips, for three lontbs services as eh m st. Be and is hereby concurred in by the board of liesoivca, that tho following resolution, adopted by te board of street and water commissioners, to wit: Ordering paid the following claims; William iP. Cos ove, «56 Î0: John Kicruan. «16, «63 50 and *>36; F. WooioocK, «22; Wood φ Jbeuagh, «31 5^; J. Sehi u ab rger, *05 45 and «110 89; George K. Smith, 7 60: Phil ρ £. Martin. «41 ' and «04 57; lingo ocU, «-"Ό; Jainps McDonat i, *31 89 and «8 lO; John . Hurray Co., «41 81, «18 45 an 1 «203 38; tiaivm russ and Iron Worics, £i20 and *420; Dr. W. lmond, «2ο 65; Hartley Covle, «50; -Joiin BarMey, Î750; James Warner. S5437; R. D.· Wood & Co.. «2uûf •nn A. Viil, «75 80; Vanaeroeek & hons. «9i 84» iui.8 K. Somcrs, «182; John Small. «178; J. Sclieiien· agcr, «33 15 and >2 50; Joscpn Sea is. *80; st ele Λ indict, $174 On; National M -tor Co., $397; NoOmtn <9 sGmri*. «i8 60; N. J. Car Soring an I Kubb'.r Co.. Λ U0». P.o.t UonHlfi· Sll tin· Ταηιο-. — -.J ~ ox. fBvuJ, c*/ ■*! ttmi «jvoj; t'UUKC OC I.O., 1ίΛΜ'.·«1 64; John Laï Klns, «61 ana «76 50; Argus Cb„ 457, 75. |38 6j and «S 75. * Κι- ana is neveoy concurred in by the bo:ud οι nancH. i'rora the same coard, transmitting resolution? »assed Nov. 27 anj approved by tne mayor Nov. 29, 889. Kcsoived, Tnatthe following resolutions, adoptort »v the boaru of street and water com.uiseioners, November 4. 1889. to wii: Authorizing toe improvement οΓ Hopkins Avenue, >e .ween Centraland Summ.t avenues. Be an l Is hereby concurred lu by tlie bo.-.rci ol lu a nee. Resolved. That the following resolution, adopted av the board of street and water comin.ssioners, No» 7ctnber 18, 1889, to wit: \ Order ng pau the following claims, yisc: Argua Co., lia 7a- tai îû&nu «87 éJk. - au."< is^erGIFV concurred in by the board of Inane*. Keaotved, That tne following resolution, adopted by tue board of street una water commis louera, No verabtr li, 1830, to wit: Awarding contract to Warren foundry & Maculae Co. for abcmt 600 lengths 01 β-inch cast-iron water plf& and i« hereby concurred in by the board ot finance. Resolved. That the fo2;owmg resolution adopted by tl»e board of street ana water commissioners, No /cmber 2G, 188V, to wii: Ordering oayment of the following pay-rolls, vis: inperlntendent. etc, f8ft> 3«; water registrar, etc., 98; both November, 188U. Be and is hereby concurred m by the board oi (inane?. Resolved, That tne street and wat r romm'ss-onera .» requested toapooint a practical builuer to super 1:1 tenu the erection und completion of the new polffc-i headquarters building, as suggested by his honor, the mayor, before this board concurs in tne contract Tor said building. Resolved, Tnat no concurrent claims for supDlies Turnibhed 1 he street and water commissioners, bear, ing dato later than >oveinh*r .10, 1889, will be ap. oroved or concurred in by the board of Λ nance, un less said supplies are turnlahed and procured upon requisitions concurred in bvthis board. Keeotved, That all improvement certificates to bi issued on account oi contracts tor street and sewer improvements hercatrer to be awarded shall bear interest at, me rate of çer cent. por annum. Resolved, Tnat acou/f)i this resolution be for· warded to the board of street and water commis· nioners and the chier engineer. Received and or· ilered filed. PHXSSXTATIO.N OF CLAIMS. The following Claims were srevntod: AreUM Co., two 85, $ a» 75, $00 05. $24 80, S15, 810 10, jio and $8 50; T. C. brown & Van Anjrlon, $4 86; Georne T. Bouton, $00; John heaver, $32 50? Dngan & Filzsimons. $11 and $1β 80; John Fox, $486 0K; "Wtn. Harris, *33 50: Thomas Harrington, Î14; M. O'Gready, $ί0> αηη $100; Wood & Menach. 22 V». $18 18una $4 CO; Β. It. W orthi acton, Ϊ251 54; Denis Byrnes, $l£2; .Twenh W. Griffin, $120: P*trica Hylaml, $120 50; Patrick Sberry, $07 50; Patrick Ktautcm, $*4; Thorn** S. Nelson, 82; John Bartiey. $00: Wm. Duffv. $0»; Pbillio E. ftlarun, $302 21 and *li!5 25; Noonan <fc Macnire, $111 "5 and $24 9(* Htoeie & Condict. $117 45. $178 45 and $80 17; J. U B ue flfone Co., $121 84; Uobert. Donsh η». $24; Join l\ Murray Co.. f$5 20: Janus Halter, $119 Wi; (has, A. l<oe, *60; Sunday Mornmg News. $«, *6, $β. $6. $5, $5. $1, $4, kl, $4, $S 50. fi 50 and $8; H. P. Tratnor, $81 and $12; Miciiaei P. White, $12«; J. F. Kllroy $30. Heceired anu referred to their appropriate committees. On motion of Commissioner Van Keuren. the ruiei were at tnis stw suspenaed in order that the pnvi. lege ot the floor might he extended to a committee ol tliird district résidants, who desirea to adarese to* hoard on the mattr of the lack ot outlet oi th< Fourth and becond streets sewers, and the slcknesl attendant thereon, and after listening to Messrs Quimby, O'Callaghan. McCabe and Kcanian it was on motion ot Commissioner Van Keuron. agreed tha.' this board.in conjunction with a committee to ι* appointed oy said citizen», confer wifb the board oi finance at their next meeting, on Saturuay, Decern ι ber 7, 1889. in order that some means may be devise^ : to srrant the relleî asted for. On motion of Commissioner Van Keuren. thfl board adjourned to meet on Thursday, December % ! L&89. at 10 o'clock a. m. GEO. T. BOUTON, clerk. J OB PRINTING. CHEAPEST! QUICKEST! NEATEST! 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R.'.LftQAO AVE Piivy Vault», Sinks and Cesspools Emptied and ί Disinfected, in all porta of Hudson County, prompt and cheap. * ixEOMGE W. LAB Λ W, ARCHITECT! KOOMS 92 AND 93 WELDON KU1LDIN(* 76 Montgomery Street Daft Electric Light Co., 115 BROADWAY, ». X. TATIOSABY ELECTRIC MOTORS. ELECTRIC RAILWAYS AHD POIEH STATIONS. STORAGE BATTERIES. / CASH OE Special CREDIT. Sale. TO SELL OUT OUR WINTER STOCK We Hare Greatly Reduced the Prices of OVERCOATS FOR MEN AND YOUTHS. OUR TERMS OF CREDIT MAKE IT EAST FOR EVERT* ONE TO OBTAIN Durable and Stylish Clothing AT VERY LOW PRICES. » Weekly or Monthly Payments WILL BE TAKEN, STERNBERG & SHERMAN 36 Newark Avenue. I . TAX APPEALS, · NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ALL· Appeals from Tax Valuations AS FIXED BY THE TAX COMMISSIONERS OF JERSEY CITY MUST BE FILED WITH THIS BOARD ON OR BEFORE , Dec. 31st, 1889, AT THEIR OFFICE IN THE CITY HALL. Given in pursuance of resolution of this Board. Beard of Commissioners of Appeals, DAVID W. LAWRENCE, Prest. J as, E. Connolly, Clerk. IN SEASON AT Post's Sea Food Market, 255 WARREN STREET, I Fresh Salmon, Blue Point Oysters, I Spanish Mackerel. Bockawav " ] Frogs'Lege, Morris Cove " I Lake Bass, Shrewsbury " ! White Fish, East River " Smelts, Scollops, Ami All Other Kinds ot Fresh Fish in I Season. Pure Corl Liver Oil by the Bottie. Pint, ; Quart or Gallon. Telephone Call, 134 B. JAMES P. HALL, DEALER IN Brick, Lie, Cernent M, PLASTER. HAIR, SAND, FIRE BRICK. OHIO DRAIN PIPE, and every description of MASONS' MATERIALS. AGENT FOR CABOT'S MORTAR COLORS AND CARTERET PRESSED BRICK. PRICES QUOTED ON APPLICATION. office and ) Sotiib Cove, Foot ol Henderson Street, varus, i Foot of St. Pauls Avenue. Téléphone Call FRANK J. HANLY, FURNITURE Carpet, Bedding, Oil Cloth and Stove Φ WAREHOUSE, ♦ 203 Newark Ave. Three Doors above Jersey Avenue. J. C. WmLDôr^ARSTôi^ A large assortment ot HAVANA and DOMESTIC CIGARS. Also manufacturers of Meersclani Pipes, Canes and Umbrellas. J. C. WENNER, Proprietor. I 74 MONTGOMERY STRKKT, .1. C. ! Repairing and Refitting Pipes aùd Boiling in Wax attended to. BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE, A. WALTER'S Jewelry Establishment, .18 .Vfv ll Vff? A JFi., and see the Wonderful Display of Ο I Α Μ Ο Ν D S, JEWELRY, I WATCHES, CLOCKS AND 81L VERWARE, which are offered ut the Lowest Prices, FOR HOLIDAY PRESENTS DECORATORS. C. F. KLUGE, DECORATION Plain House Painting, MURAL PAINTING, FINE PAPER HANGINGS, STAINED GLASS· 123 Erie Street, JERSEY CITY, N. J. Ml. Β. FMJVKE, DECORATOR FOR Ballrooms, Fairs, Picnics, Etc. OFFICE, S64 JERSEY AVENUE. DR. OWEN'S ELECTRIC-BELT AND SUSPENSORY. £"""Μτ ii· !SI' Jmprwd Juif ΙΟ, 1MI. ïnlVAlAhS* -« 1ί lieu matte CoMrunm. '» l.uBtUse, fieamlaH -^· Nm··»· Debility, Co·» Λ IIvcmm, kidney 1*4»' »·»«·. NtrvodMiMfc • ictl 'l remhlluff, β KthnuiltoH, IMaeiM· cauaed bv ln4e«ereAt A if#-, Mirrkd or Mm* le Llfr. K.UaÎ Uii.iug to tiie nmub or ceuil· ι kiiu β I Kent to responsible partie· ·· 84» day* trial. Try ι |>iir of Dr. Owen'· Electric la· sole*, Priée #1 per pair· alto »u ELECTRIC TKI'*é ΛΝΙ· BELT COM ΚΙΝΕΙ». Send 8c. p,««Kt fur free IHm *«ί2Γ;»Α2ΐ?» ' Opeu m all tin·», da;·. ulihumni Sand»»·. 82β BROADWAY, NIW YORK CITY. »Οβ N. BROADWAY. 8T.JLOUI8· »· Corporation Notice. Notice is hereby given that the co* missiouers of Assessment for Jersey City will meet at their office lu the building occupied by th# Board of Street and Water Commlseioners, at tJU corner of Mercer street and Jeraey Avenue. Jersey City, N. J., ou Tuesday the 24th day of December. at nine o'clock a. m.. to appraise the value ol lamt to be taken for opening Herbert Place from Newark avenue to Cottage ft tree t, at which time and place all parties interested may appearand b· heard. JAMES HUNT, ; Commissi oners JAMES TU MILT Y. of JAMES N. DAVIS, S Asses.'Uieau. Dated Jersey City, N. J„ December 18, IS»».