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NO. 20'S BRICKS
Contractor English Asks the Board of Education to Hurry the Manu facturers. SOBSTITOTE FOR BILL SO. 197 Commissioners of Public In struction Want Delega tes to Reorganization Convention. The Board of Education held a meet ing last evening, but whether it was an adjourned or a special meeting was a matter of doubt. Director Lewis con tended that a minority of the board as represented by less than a quorum, which met last meeting night, had no right or authority to adjourn to any specified time, as that would he transacting business, which less than a quorum cannot do, but must simply adjourn, and if this was a special meeting proper notices had not been sent to the members. President Mulvaney explained that the minority did simply adjourn and that he himself specified the time thus practically, he said, calling a special meeting. No further objection was made and the busi ness proceeded. A communication was received from the Commissioners of Public Instruction re questing the appointment by the board of three delegates ot attend a convention to be held in Jersey City, to be called by Wm. S. Stuhr to consider the advisability of drafting a bill as a sub stitute for Senate Bill No. 197, providing for the reorganization of the public school system. _ , On motion of Director Barker, President Mulvaney was authorized to appoint three delegates and said he would at an early designations of Miss Marie Bernsdorf, teacher of seventh grade in School No. s>, and Mr. J. P. Towne as teacher in No. 2, evening school, were accepted. A communlcatlono was received from Kichard English, contractor for the erec tion of new school building No. 20, stating that the bricks for the front of said build ing as ordered by the board, were ordered from the agent of the manufacturers on December 13 and were to be delivered on the Monday following, but they have not been received yet. He has, he says, ex hausted every means to secure their delivery without success and he now asks the board! to assist him in order that he may not delay in the work. The matter was referred to the committee on new No. 20 School. Notice was received from the Board of Finance of the appropriating to the credit of the Board of Education $4,793.24, for the payment of the architect, super vising engineer and Inspector of new school building No. 20. Superintendent Snyder reported that the Primary Department of No. 4 School, was closed on Tuesday, owing to an accident to one of the boilers, preventing proper heating of the class rooms. Warrants were ordered drawn in favor of George B. Swain, treasurer of the Teachers’ Retirement Fund, for $415.02, for the months of October and November, and $224.46 for the month of December, 1899, being the one per cent due the re tirement fund for those months. Leave of absence for the month of January was granted to Miss Kate Gregory, of No. 2 School, and for two weeks to Miss Isabella A Scott, of No. 7 School, on account of sickness. x Practice Classes in No. 13 School were ordered discontinued and two practice classes established in School No. 25. Miss Jennie Owens was transferred from No. 6 School to No. 25 and appointed critic teacher in the Training School, at an annual salary of $132. The appropriation for Janitors’ supplies was ordered apportioned among the dif ferent schools according to the quantities required. Earl L. Cushman was appointed assist ant teacher in the Evening Central School to succeed Miss Margaret E. Hewitt, resigned, and Miss Meta Ters teggs was appointed to the same grade, vice 'Mr. W. Patterson Atkinson, resigned, and Elena P. Nearing. F. J. Gfohrer and James W. Davidson were also appointed assistant teachers in the same school. These are not new teachers, having been In service since early in the season, but they were not before formally appointed. Director Egbert called up his amend ment to the rules offered at the previous meeting providing for the closing of the /(schools on extremely stormy days at 12:15 o’clock, and read a leter from a parent commending his action and asking the board to endorse it. After some discus sion President Mulvaney ruled it must He over until a regular meeting in accord ance with the rules of the board. A motion was made by Director Lewis Instructing the clerk to notify all princi pals to exercise great care in making out the payrolls in order to have them exact. This is owing to three pay warrants hav ing been made out in duplicate through the transfer of teachers from one school to another. The City Clerk was notified to cancel the dupUeate warrants. TRY GRAIN-O! 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TasteQood. Do Good, NoTerSlcken, Weaken,orGrlpe.lCc, ’ .JOo Write for free sample, and booklet on health. Address Sterling Remedy Company. Chicago, Montreal, Row York. 32*a KEEP YOliR BLOOD CLEAN SCHOOL HO. 14. Parents Implore Director Birdsall to Secure an Addition. Director Walter K. Birdsall. of the Board of Education, who has hvade sev eral ineffectual attempts to bring the at tention of the Board of Education to the crowded condition of Public School No. 14 on Union street, has again been approach ed by residents of that section, and ur gently requested to lay the matter before the Board. The residents claim that not another school in the city is in the same condition. Lack, of room, they say, de prives their children of about one-half of the educational advantages which they are justly entitled to and should get. The residents are protesting most vig orously against the laxity of the Board of Education in dealing with this matter, and say that the work of erecting a new addition should have been advanced by this time. ' Director Birdsall has promised parents of school children that he will make an other effort to induce the Board to take immediate action on the plans now in hand for the new building. Mr. Birdsall wishes to have the plans complete in all their details to insure the erection of the structure as soon as the weather permits. It is hoped that this matter will be dis cussed at the next meeting of the Board and definite action taken. Providing the work is started in the early spring the building can be completed by the end of vacation time. The building will be erected on the plot adjoining the east side of the present school, and will cost approximateiiy $40,000. It will be three stories high, of red brick, and when completed will be a plain and substantial building, with a seating capacity of about 800. There will be four teen class rooms, which will be fitted' up with all modern educational facilities. The class rooms of School No. 14 are stuffy and In many cases the children are CHHnpelled to sit three in a seat, a fact which inconveniences both pupils and teachers. The present educational results, the parents claim, are far from satisfac tory There is a room on the third floor, which was formerly a staircase Since this was converted into a. scnooi room, pupils have been crowded in, to the detriment of their health. Parents are also displeased with tne half-day session system, which has caused much harsh criticism of the Board of Ed ucation for failing to provide proper school accommodations Pird^n'l Mayor Hoos has promised Mr. Birasau to assist him in'furthering the new school project, and it is probable that the matter will soon be settled. ACCIDENTS ON HAMBURG PIERS. Longshoremen Blame the Company for Carelessness. Longshoremen, coal passers and other laborers employed on the Hoboken piers of the Hamburg-American Steamship Company, are talking of the unusually large number of accidents the men have met with lately. An accident on these piers is beginning to be looked upon as a daily occurrence. Hardly a week goes by without a half dozen or more workmen being taken from the wharfs to the hos pital with broken limbs, crushed skulls or other injuries. Within the past six mopths a half dozen of the accidents re ported have resulted fatally. The men say the company does not take the proper precautions to guard against the accidents. In many cases they are due to careless foremen and in more io needless hurry and confused orders, they claim. It is a singular fact that the majority of the men meeting with mis haps necessitation lengthy release from work are those in needy circumstances or with large families to support. A call on the city's poormaster for assistance always follow an accident on. the Ham burg piers. _ It is time the company puts a stop to this thing by employing competent fore men or taking other measures ot insure the safety of their employes, said one longshoreman yesterday:—"The accidents are becoming too many of late to go un regarded." SCOTS’ LAST CLAN BATTLE. A Memorial Cross Will Mark the Spot at Altinarlach. A memorial cross which has been erect ed at Altinarlach, about two miles from Wick, with the object of commemorating an. encounter between the Sinclairs and the Campbells, claimed by Caithnessians as "the last clan battle in Scotland," has Just been formally unveiled, says the "Pali Mall Gazette.” The particular en gagement thus commemorated took place in July, 1680, in connection with a con test for the earldom of Caithness. The rival claimants were George Sinclair, of Keiss, and Sir John Campbell, of Gletl orchy, afterward earl of Breadalbane. Sir John Campbell was supported by a band of 700 Argyle Highlanders, and Sin clair, of Keiss, had 400 followers. A fierce fight took place at Altinarlach, in which the Campbells vanquished their opponents. The slaughter was so terrible that it is said "the victors crossed the Altinarlach burn dry shad” on the bodies of the Sinclairs. The earldom of Caith ness, however, was subsequently settled by Parliament on Sinclair, of Keiss, so that Sir John Campbell’s bloody victory brought him no material advantage. But it is a mistake to speak df the en gagement between the Sinclairs and the Campbells as the last clan battle fought in Scotland. That distinction, such as it is. belongs to an encounter of a later date. “The last considerable clan battle which was fought In Scotland” was, as Sir Walter Scott had pointed out, that which took place in 1689 at Mullroy. in the parish of Kilmonivaig, In Invernesshire, when the Macdonalds, of Keppoch, fought and de feated the Macintoshes. The matter in dispute was the ownership of Glen Roy. Macintosh, of Roy. held a charter from the Crown, but Coll Macdonald, of Kep poch, had In his favor the nine points of the law which proverbially go with own ership. In his own expressive phrase, he held the la'nds, "not by a sheep’s skin, but by the swojd.” Like most clan battles, the fight which‘occurred at Mullroy was a fierce one. ..Much bravery was shown on both sides. But fate was against the Mac intoshes. They were routed and Glen Rov was taker} prisoner. He was afterward released, and he then appealed to the privy council. BURKE'S TRIAL OVER. *' f V ■.>*'$3 The Jury Was Considering the Verdict When “The News” Went to Press. The testimony in the trial of Frank j Burke for the murder of William J. Coffey, of No. 47 Van Winkle street, was •all in when the Oyer and Terminer Court adjourned yesterday afternoon, and this morning's session was occupied with the summing up of counsel. Ex-Judge Wm. T. Hoffman summed up for the defence 'and argued for nearly two hours. He was followed by (Prosecutor Erwin for the State. | Justice Dipplncott charged' the jury this afternoon and the jury was still considering iiheir verdict at the time of going to press. Mrs. Mary McCarthy was the first wit- , neas after recess yesterday. She testified that Coffey boarded with her at 'No. 47 j Van Winkle street. All the witness knew about the shooting was that after Coffey . went out to the yard about 10 P. M. on j June 22, she (heard three pistol shots and , a few minutes afterward Coffey came in and told her that he was shot. Cornelius McCarthy, a son of the pre vious witness, testified' to the same facts. Dr. Walter B. Sl'avin, of the City Hos pital, testified that he and Dr. Da Coinp e attended Coffey when (he was first brought to the institution. Dr. Da Compte ex tracted the bullet from Coffey’s abdomen. The bullet had not lacerated the intes tines. Dr. McGill performed the operation of flushing the puss from Coffey's stomach. Coffey was nearly convalescent when he insisted on leaving tihe hospital on August 10. When he returned a week later peritonitis had set in and he died in an hour. County Physician Converge testified that peritonitis was the immediate cause of death. After Coffey left ..the hospital he h'ad an attack of pleurisy and the cough ing strained his stomach and resulted in peritonitis. Burke testified in his own behalf that he shot Coffey in self-defence. Coffey had attacked him with a shovel and struck him three times. He did not intend to shoot Coffey and had r.o idea that he could shoot him, as he thought the revolver was loaded with blank cartridges. In answer to a question from Judge Hoffman Prosecutor Erwin said that he would ask for a verdict of murder in the second degree. SCHUETZEN COMPANY OFFICERS. Hudson City Schuetzen Company, last night, installed its new officers and elect ed a number of new members. The com pany meets at Diederkranz Hall. The new officers installed are:—John Weber, captain; F. Pfleger, first lieutenant; Au gust Black, second lieutenant; Charles Dutz, shooting master; Charles Henkel, orderly sergeant; H. Ehlers and Antone Glaum, flag carriers; Theodore Schmidt, financial secretary; William Rhinehardt, treasurer; Gustav F. Pfleger, trustee. The new members elected were Frank Rhinehardt, John Dindner, D. Clemenz, F. Volk, W. Miller, John Schilling, Will iam H. Meyer and William Wesselmann. MR. JOLPKE'S FAST TROTTER. Herman J. Jolpke is a familiar figure on the Boulevard these fine day3 behind his trotter, James S. It is said he can : go his mile in 2:1214. It is said that Mr. ! Jolpke is anxious to arrange a race with Martin Schindler's fast trotter. CHIEF MURPHY IMPROVES. i Chief Murphy’s condition continues to ■ improve. All danger is over. He is rap idly gaining strength. CITY NEWS NOTES. A lighted match dropped on a lounge in the hpartments of William Dane, on the top floor of the frame dwelling, No. 2S1 Sixth street, shortly after six o'clock ; yesterday afternpon. The fire was ex tinguished by members of No. 5 Engine Company. The damage was slight. BOARD OF POLICE tOJIHIAl | IOXER9 [Official Proceedings.} $190; Fergus T. Kelaher, $169.45; Henry ; Schumacher, $35; J. H. Keim, $34.50; Wm. j Dugan, $43.50; Ernest Sietas, $30.60; Thos. Finnerty, $15.30; Michael Kearney, $11.50; D. J. Smith, $30.60; Owen McLaughlin, $17.60; S. A. Majer, $12; Wood & Menagh, $4.45; N. Y. & N. J. Telephone Co., $2.84 and $127.50; R. H. Weaver, $19.25; T. C. Brown & Van Anglen Co., $8.70; F J. Kloes, $28.05; James Coyle, $27.50; J. C. Electric Light Co., $15; Albert Datz, $12; The J. C. News, $4. Committee on General Claims, 1899 and 1900:— Greenville Coal & Ice Co., $186.23 and $99- A. M. Henry, $38; J. F. Hauck, $23.75, $47.50 and $38; T. J. Cullum, 34S.50; J. H. Keim. $27; James Farrell, $106,20: Peter McArdle, $104.10; C. Bolt wood, $452.90 and $8 54- P. J. Kloes, $58.10; Chas. Kuhn, $30; A L. Steele, $70.25; John A. Vill, $231.25; Brush & Alberts, $71; Samuel Brewster, $8 50; Vanderbeek & Sons, $92.11; Fergus T. Kelaher. $149.43; Charles Munaing, $30 94 and $41.45; David G. Allen. $73.32; Fergus T. Kelaher, $47.49; Richard Krae mer, $30.50; Peter Jocham, $295.10; Cyrus Rhe’lms, $200. Committee on Hospital and Dispensa ries, 1899 and 1900:— B L. Finke, $277.09 and $71.09; Herm. Grimm. $219.08; Thos. C. 'Cross. ?25.68; Borden's Condensed Milk Co., $62.50; Mac key Young & Co., $157.50; Vanderbeek & Sons, $4.19; T. C. Brown & Van Anglen Co., $46.S9; Samuel Brewster, $9.50; Hugh O Raw, $36; Joseph Doran, $28.50. Committee on Hospital and Dispensaries, 1898-1899:— The Peter Barrett Manufacturing Co., $490 ' MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS. By Commissioner Walter and adopted:— Resolved, That on and after January, 1900, meals to prisoners in cells shall not exceed ten (10) cents per meal. By Commissioner Walter and adopted:— Resolved, That Sergeant Thomas Tor mey, Patrolmen Peter Lowery, Second Precinct and Abram Van Derzee, Second Precinct, be ordered to appear before the Medical Examining Board to be examined as to their physical ability to perform the work of their office. Motion by Commissioner Walter and adopted:— That when we adjourn It be subject to the call of the chair. On motion adjourned. G. P. ROBINSON. __ Clerk. BOARD OF ALDERIRKN. [■sSuipaaaojR repBJO] Regular meeting of the Board of Aider men at the Assembly Chamber, City Hall, Tuesday. December 26, 1899. The roll was called at 8:50 o’clock P. M. Present—'President Mld-lige and Aider men Oaln-on, Farrell, Fitchl, Howeth, Maxwell, McBride, Muller, M-urphy, Rit ter, Stell and White. Absent—Aldermen Barr, Bedle, Cole, Cooksor.. Decker, Dlttmar, Ehrhart, Kln kead, Loth, Menge, Perry, Price and War ren Less than a quorum, being present the Board adjourned. MICHAEL J. O’DONNELL, City Clerk. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT — NOTICE IS hereby given that the final account of the subscriber, administrator of estate of Annie C. O'Neill, deceased, will be audited and stated by the Surrogate of the County of Hudson, and reported for settlement on Friday, the 22d day of December next. Dated November 15th, A. D. 1S99. BICHARD J. O’NETT-T. _ amusements Academy of Music PRICES REDUCES. A Good Reserved Seat for SOt. This Week, Matinees Wednesday and Saturday, LOUIS MANN CLARA UPMAN m sin,1;, iimm NEXT WEEK. CHARLES FROHMAN'S CO. In “Bicausu Site Loved Him Se.” January 1»—Chauncey Olcott. Bon Ton Theatre ALL THIS WSEK. AMERICA’S GREATEST VAUDEVILLE STARS, PRICES.;.....10 TO SO Cemts BIJOU THEATRE, f# MAY IKWIli«3g IN SISTER MARY. "TJiS h.CNitY ID LOAN AT SIX i on Furniture, Pianos and PER CENT. all Kinds of Household INTEREST. 1 Goods. You have the use -—-o of the money and goods and can pay it back In weekly or monthly payments. Easy payment reduces the prin cipal and Interest. C. J. 1GOE, Room 1. 47 Montgomery Street. Jersey City. Hudson Tel. No. 114._ tioticj of fipplicauoai tor Liuise Notice is hereby given, as required by Chap ter 75 of the Laws of 1892, that application has been made to the Board of Aldermen of Jersey City by the following named' persons for Licenses to sell Spirituous. ■ \'inous, Malt and Brewed Liquors, at*? the following named places In Jersey City:— Heston rants, SIXTH WARD. Michael McLaughlin, 477 Communlpaw ave nue; residence, 15 Summit avenue. ELEVENTH WARD. George Henkel, 311 Palisade avenue; resi dence, 311 Palisade avenue. Ihm cal T*v«»rxi Transfers. FIRST WARD. Frank M. Case, 240 Washington street; resi dence, 240 Washington street. Reiinaravtt Trnvsfars. FIRST WARD. Charles Fischer, 213 Washington street; resi dence, 213 Washington street. TENTH WARD. Hugh J. Callahan, 350 St. Paul’s avenue; residence, 163 Railroad avenue. ELEVENTH WARD. John J. Kuntz, 98 Webster avenue; resi dence, 98 Webster avenue. By order of the Board of- Aldermen. M. J. O’DONNELL, City Clerk. City Clerk’s office, Jersey City, January 4, 1900. NEW FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY—NOTICE TO Contractors. Sealed proposals will be received by the Tiustees of the Free Public. Library of the City of Jersey City, on Friday, January 5th, 1900, at eight o’clock P. M-, at their office, in the Free Public Library, 239 Washington street, Jersey City, N. J., for the installation of the tubes, outlet boxes and panel boxes complete, ready for the reception of the wires, panel boards, cutouts, switches, telephone cables, electric clocks, etc.; the same being a com plete system of conduit, in accordance with the plans and specifications for which bids were received on December 13th. 1893, and required in the New Library Building. All bids for work and material must be in accordance with the plans and specifications for the same on file in the office of the said Trustees, where blank forms of bid and agree ment of sureties may be obtained, and copies 1 of plans and specifications consulted by the bidders. * For the better convenience of intending bid ders, duplicate sets of plans and specifications have also been placed on file as follows:— At the office of the Architects, Messrs. BNte and Bacon, 1U Fifth avenue, New York City, and at the office of the Electrical Engineer, Mr. C. O. Mailloux, 150 Nassau street, New York City. Proposals must be inclosed In sealed en velopes, endorsed “Proposals for Conduit Work,” directed to the “Tru^tee3^of the Jersey City Free Public Library," and handed to the President of said Trustees, in open meeting, at the time and place aforesaid when called for by the said President. The bonds required to be furnished on the proposals and on subsequent contract if award ed are those of a responsible surety company authorized by law to do business in the State of New Jersey. The saiu Trustees reserve the right to reject any and .all bids if by so doing the best inter est of the said Trustees and the New Free Public Library building may be conserved. By order of the Trustees of the Free Public Library of Jersey City. ^ ^ GORDON, President. IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY. To Mary A. Buck:— By virtue of an order of the Court of Chancery of New Jersey, made on lit* day of the date hereof, In a cause where in Simon E, Bernhelmer and Josephine Schmid partners, trading as Bernhelmer & Schmid, are complainants and you are defendant, you are required to appear, plead, answer or demur to the bill of said complainant, on or before the twen tv-fourth day of January next, or the said : bill will be taken as confessed against vou The said bill Is filed to foreclose a mortgage on land In Jersey City, Hud son County, New Jersey, given by Will iam Buck to Simon E. Bernhelmer and Josephine Schmid, partners, trading as Bernhelmer * Schmid, dated July IStfr. 1895 and you ars made a defendant be cause you are one of the owners of the said mortgaged premises Dated November 2M, 1SH HUDSPETH * PU8TER, Solicitors for Complainant, 259 Washington Street, Jereey City, N. J. IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY. To William George Goodwin:— By virtue of an order of the Court of Chancery of New Jersey, made on the day of the date hereof, in a cause wherein Fanny Goodwin fs petitioner and you are defendant, you are required to appear, plead, answer or demur to the petition of said petitioner on or before nineteenth day of February, A. D. 1990, or that in default thereof, such decree will be made against you as the Chan cellor shall think equitable and Just. The said petition Is fried against you for a divorce from the bonds of matrl mDated December 18th, 1899. HUDSPETH * PUSTER, Solicitors for Petitioner, 259 Washington Street, Jersey City, N. J. IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY. To Joseph Shields:— By virtue of an order of the Court of Chancery of New Jersey, made on the day of the date hereof, wherein Margaret Shields is petitioner and you are defend ant you are required to appear and an swer the petitioner’s petition on or be fore the seventeenth day of January next, or in default such decree will be taken against you as the Chancellor shall think equitable and Just, The said petition Is filed against you for a divorce from the bonds of matrimony. Dated November HA«»bTTg Solicitor of Petitioner, 1 Montgomery Street, Jersey City, N. J, STATE OF NEW JERSEY—HUDSON COUN TY CIRCUIT COURT. Julius Palm, pltff., v. J. Frad Beerbower, deft. In attachment—On contract—Notice. Notice Is hereby given that a writ of at tachment was issued out of the Hudson Coun ty Circuit Court, State of New Jersey, against the rights and credits, moneys and effects, goods and chattels, lands and tenements of J. Fred Beerbower, an absent debtor, at the suit of Julius Palm, for tha sum of one hun dred and seventy-nine dollars and seven cents, returnable on October 27th, 1699, has been served and duly executed, and was returned October 14th, 1899, by the Sheriff of said County of Hudson. . . JOHN G. FISHER, Clerk. JOHN S. McMASTER, Atty. bated December 11, 1899. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT — NOTICE IS hereby given that the account of the sub scribers, trustees of the estate of Freeman A. Smith, deceased, will be audited and Halted by the Surrogate of the County of Hudson and repotted for settlement on Friday, the 3d day of November next. Dated Sept. 26th, A. D. 1199. HATTIE C, SMITH, JOHN SCOTT, ROBERT D. MILLER. CQM&QBATZON NOTICE CORPORATION^UTIcfer^ Nbtic«ria. hereby given that on tine 11th day £*■ JV*yL 1899, application was nvtde to the Board oj Street -and Water Com mission era by ^won^nclffer and others for the WIDENING AND IMPROVEMENT OF FERRY STREET. J™**6® ^I,8a4* avenue and a point 10* feet s£SSk*« '^wl.ero 22Z •a,Id petition and„ *Jth n,aP acJjmpanytng Sion* of Chaptefd289 of£o,lHnaTly to the Provl' <n the following o£ «* «“• of the" wefteriy ^ine* of jSft* \hc lnteraect,OI> aQtpoTn"heard "ZnV fiT* Jf "«*»■ *«*» line of saS tot :y,J?°?* °"1 ,west*r'y Point belne ihl feet «» a point, said . lot 410a- fromhtherb.ihWe*tfrIy corner o( MJd ! to the present £Jmntin£ easterly parallel aSF--w JOT ?Tnf g* erly al!n^th e wLterh? ,,hcnc5 runnlnK «"“>» nue 25 frot tn *£?*Hy Jlne of Palisade ave ?&• ^bSuvS**.'VTsu'iirss i0Tli1(,tendbCk 734’ 'aty '*to9 <md "»6^ybk?€r »H y “d',"«£ da^ of"January ■&*“ £hit ,<» ‘he 2ad s§®k»33#» to be assess©!?1"JS."1*'andT%1the Probaile amount thereby Property speciality beneflted mereDy. tbe real estate to be takfn for mid token V«dendamith awarda for aTal °re,tote ♦?***!! sustained, and the same Of n,2Y of1! t0public Inspection In the office ihe Clerk of- said Board. The property to be assessed for said nm ^rietllWMe?il£ws"i lmprovement may be de from Centos!;™ CENTRAL AVENUE, from a point about 33 feet north af Manhat o^Ferry “streeta P°‘nt al“Ul 965-6>«t south - _ , FERRY STREET, from Central to Palisade avenues. Ravine avenue, frora AWjett street to a point about 12o fset west of Webster avenue. SHERMAN AVENUE, ) £™“ F,er,7 street to a point about 125 feet north of Manhattan avenue WHP.STER AVENUE, from 616 feet south of Ferry strict to a point about 425 feet north of Forryl street NEW YORK AVENUE, I from Ferry street to a point about) 425 feet north thereof. . _ PALISADE avenue. from Ravine avenue to a point aboui 425 feet north of Ferry street. PALISADE AVENUE, \ on the west side, from Ravine aveciue to a point about 250 feet north of Ferry street, and on the east side from Wood place to* a point about 400 feet north thereof. \ And that In accordance with the provisions of the Act above cited the 23d day of Janu ary. 1900. at two o’clock P. M., And the Assembly Chamber of the City Hall ax#-., here by fixed as the time and place when and where the Board of Street and Water Com missioners will meet to hear ail parties' Inter ested in said application and all remonstrance# against the said proposed Improvement or\mat ters In connection therewith that may be> pre sented in writing. By order of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners. GEO. T. BOUTON. • Clerk. Dated Jersey City, Janpary 4, 1900. 'V CORPORATION NOTICE. ^ . Nptice Is hereby given that on the 2d day. of January, 1900, the Commissioners of A*-\ sessmynt Iliad in .the office of the Clerk of' the Board of Street and Water Commission ers their final assessment map and report ■tQZ. 'the IMPROVEMENT OF NORTH STREET, from Centra! tc- Summit avenues, in accord ance with pstitlon previously presented to 1 said Board bn the 1 sit dav.of Augus\ 1899; and conformably tc the provisions of Chapter1 217 of the Laws of 1S95, and the same is now . open to public inspection in the office of the Clerk of said Board. .. iV •;>. .• Ana notice is also given that the following streets or Avenues or particular sections there of are included in said assessment, namely:— NORTH STREET, from Summit to Central avenues. SUMMIT AVENUE, on the southeast side, from North street to a point about 25 feet northwest thereof. CBNTRA L AVENUE. on the northwest side from North street to points about 25 feet northeast and 2S feet southwest thereof. .■ . .. . And that in accordance with the provisions of the Act fibove cited, the 16th day of Janu ary, 1COO, jit two o’clock P. M.. and the Assembly Chamber of the City HaH are here by fixed as the time and place when and where the Board of Street and Water Com missioners w-ill meet to hear all parties Inter ested in said application and all remonstrances against the said proposed improvement that may be presented in writing. By order of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners. GEO. T. BOUTON, Clerk. Dated Jersey City, January 4, 1900. CORPORATION NOTICE. Notiee is hereby given that on the Id day of January, 1900. the Commissioners of Aseess meit filed in the office of the Clerk of the Board of Street and Water •Commissioners their final assessment map and report for the IMPROVEMENT OF CLAREMONT AVENUE, from Bergen avenue to Hudson Boulevard, in accordance wfth petltkwi previously presented to said Board on the 16th day of October, 1896, and conformably to the provisions of Chapter 117 of the Laws of 1196. 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 there of are Included In said assessment, namely:— CLAREMONT AVENUE, from Hudson Boulevard to Bergen avenue. BERGEN AVENUE. on the northwest side from Claremont avenue to points about 17.44 feet northeast and 50 feet southwest thereof. And that In accordance with the provisions of the Act. above cited the 16th day. of Janu ary, I860, at -two o’clock P. M., and the As sembly Chamber of the City Hall are hereby fixed as the time and place when and where the Board of Street ana Water Commissioners will meet to hear All parties interested In said application and all remonstrances against the said proposed improvement that may be pre sented in writing. By order of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners. GEO. T. BOUTON, Clerk. Dated Jersey City, January 4, 1900. CORPORATION NOTICE. Notice 4s hereby ffiven that on the 2d day of January, 1900, the Commissioners of Assess ment filed In the office of the Clerk of the Board of Street and Water Oouimissionere their final assessment map and report for the IMPROVEMENT OF VIRGINIA AVENUE, between Bergen and West Side avenues, In accordance with petition prevlouely presented to said Board, 18th day of July, 1899, and conformably to the provisions of Chapter 217 of the Lawe of 1895, and the same is 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 there of are included in sold assessment, namely:— VIRGINIA AVENUE, from West Side to Bergen avenues. WEST SIDE AVENUE, on the southeast elds, from Virginia avenue tc points about 76.41 feet northeast and 25.64 feet southwest thereof. BERGEN AVENUE. on the northwest Aide from Virginia avenue to points about 88.56 feet northeast and 24.9 feet southwest thereof. And that in accordance with the provisions of the Act above cited the 16th day of Janu ary, 1900, at two o’clock P. M . and the As sembly Chamber of the City Hall are hereby fixed as the time and place when and where the Board of Street and Water Commissioners will meet to hear all parties Interested In said application and all remonstrances against the said proposed improvement that may be pre sented in writing, By order of the Board of Street and Water Commissioner*, __ GEO. T. BOUTON, Clerk. Dated Jersey City, January 4, 1900. NOTICE .QF SETTLEMENT-NOTICE IS hereby given that the account of the sub scriber, administratrix of John B. Bruns, deceased, will be audited and stated by the Surrogate of the County of Hudson, and re ported for settlement on Friday, the 16th day of December next. Dated.' November S, A, D. 1899. __ MARY BRUNS. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT — NOTICE IS hereby given that the account of the sub scriber, guardian of James McKlnstry, a minor, will be audited and stated by the Sur rogate of the County of Hudson, and reported tor settlement on Friday, the 29th day of De cember next. Dated November J7, A. D. 1899. MAN L. ROWE. TO CHARLES CAHRENTeR, ANNA CAR peuter, hie wife; Nettie Carpenter, Miry E. Bartholomew, .Robert J». Bartholomew, ter hueband, u>i<t~8amue! Aller:— ; f Ton are hereby notified that at a pubtle »al* made by the City Collector of Jersey CRy, on the 25th dajt of October, 1194. The Mayor and Aldermen tjf Jersey CUy purchased for the eum of two hundred jfnd elxty-alne dollars and twenty-nine ceota ALL the land and real es tate altuate In 'Jersey City, In the County of Hudson and State of New Jersey, fronting on Rock street, which’ M laid down anil designat ed as lots 25 and 2t, & block number 127, upon an assessment ijiap annexed to a report num ber IS, made by the' '‘Commissioners ■A Ad justment” appointed "in and for said City by the Circuit Court of \thef County of Hudson, a certlfled copy of which report and map was tiled to the office of the City Collector of Jersey City, on' tho 5th day of January. 1S9S. said report and map and said sals being made pursuant to the provision* of an act of the Legislature of New Jercey. passed March Mth, 1281, entitled'— "An Act concerning the settlement and collection of .arrearage* of unpaid taxes, assessments and .water rates or watex rants In cities o# this State, and im posing and levying a tax. assessmant and lien In lieu and Instead of such arrearages, and to enforce the payment thereof, and to provide for the sale of lands subjected to future taxation and assessment." And the several supplements thereto. And you are further notified that you appear to have an. estate or Interest in ■aid land and' real estate, and unless the ■aid land and real estate, shall be re deemed, as provided In said acts, before the expiration of Six months from and alter the service hereof, a deed for the ■ama will be given conveying to The Mayor and Aldermen rof Jersey City, the fee simple of said land and real estate according • to the provisions of the said act Dated Jersey City. N. Z. October 14th, 1899. the mayor And alBermen of jer sey CITY. E. HOOS, (Seal.) » Mayor. Attest- . M. O’DONNELL, E . T >■ City Clerk. (Sale No. 4558.) TO SUSIE LEE CHADDOCK, WIDOW; Helen Isable Chaddbcif, Infant; Belle C. Murch, Infant; Gilbert -Collins, executor and truatee under the w£ll William H. Chad dock, deceased; John Van Horne, Jr.; Pat rick Keeley and Bridget Keeley, his wife:— You are hereby, notified that at a public sale made by the'City Collector of Jersey City, on the 6th day of October, 1896, The Mayor and Aldermen of Jerfpy'fClty purchased for the sum of thirty dol(ars and two cents ALL the land and real estate situate in Jersey City, in the Cdunty of Hudson and State of New Jersey, frontlngi on Clendenny avenue, which is laid down apd designated as lots 14 and 16, in block number 547—1749, upon an assessment map annexed to a report number 101, made by the '^Commissioners of Adjust ment” appointed in and/fpr. said City by the Circuit Court of the County . erf Hudson, a certified copy of which . report and map was filed in the office, of..the .City Collector of Jersey City, on the 3rd. d%y of September, 1895, said report and , map and said sale being made pursuant to the provislofis of an act of the Legislature of New Jesftey, passed March 30th, 1886, entitled:— ' “An Act concerning the settlement and col lection of arrearage* Of .unpaid taxes, as sessments and water rates or water rents in cities of this State,. and imposing and levying a tax,, eases*m«nt and lien in lieu and inetead .of such arrearages, and to en force the payment thereof, and to provide for the 6alo of (a^ds .subjected to future taxation and assessment.” And the several supplements thereto. And you are further notified that you appear to have an estate or interest, in said land and real estate, and unless the said land and real esLate shall be redeemed, 'as provided in said acts, before the.expiration of six months from and after the service h«$eof, a deed for the >aame will be given conveying to The Mayor and Aldermen of Jerse/ City, the fee simple of: said land- and real estate, according to the provisions of the said act. Dated Jersey City, N. J., December 23, 1899. THE MAYOR AND ALDERMEN OF JER SEY' CITY. fi. HOOS, (Beal.) Mayor. •Attest- M; J.' O'DONNELL. City Clerk. (Sale No. 6659.) __ X kj %£+ v .a." i •MRB. (jrKK hardt Reisehtty. his wife: Carl Struver:— You are hereby that at a public sale made by the City Collector- ,of Jersey City, on the 16th day of April, 1893, f purdnaisipd £or the sum of three huii’dr’ed and ninety-Yhnisf - dollars and ten cents ALL the land and real estate situate in Jersey City; • in the County of Hudson end State of New Jersey, fronting ; on .South street, which -is laid down and desig- i nated as lot 70* In block number 874, upon an assessment map annexed-to a report number ; 91, made by the "Commissioners of Adjust- ! menf'' appointed in and for said City by the ; Circuit Court of the County of Hudson, a cer- ; tifted copy of which report and map was filed in the office of the Collector of Jersey City, on the 12th • day -of' April, M93, said re port and map and said sale being made pur suant to the provisions .of .an. Act of the Legis lature of New Jersey, passed March 89th, 1880, entitled:— “An Act concerning the settlement and coilec tion of arrearages qf unpaid taxes, assess ments and water rates or water rents in pities of this State, and imposing and levy ing a tax, assessment and lien in lieu and instead of such arrearages, apd to enforce the payment thereof* and to provide for the sale of lands 'subjected to future taxation and assessment.” i. ; And the several ,suv^*ements thereto. And you are further* notified that you appear to have an estate or interest in said land and real estate, and unless the said land and real •state shall be redeemed, a* provided in said acts, before the expirat-fon of six months from and after the service hereof, a deed for the same will be given conveying to the purchaser the fee simple of said land and real estate according to the provisions of the said acts. Dated Jersey CityrXN, J., September 21, 1*99. PBJTER W. BECKMANN, Purchaser. RANDOLPH PERKINS. Attorney for Purchaser. (Sale NX. ftB.) HUDSON COUNTY CIRCUIT‘COURT. Benjamin AH.man, trading an B. Altman A Company, plaintiffs, y4 Ada £, Atkins, de fendant. • In attachment—On contract. Notice is hereby glvfcn that a writ of at tachment, issued out «f the Hudson County Circuit Court, against the rights and. credits, moneys and effects, goads and chattels, lands and tenements of Ada' Er Aftfkins, an absent debtor, at the suit* Of Benjamin Altman, trad ing as B. Altman A Company, for the sum of eighty-nine dollars and forty-elghf cents, re turnable on the twenty»ievehth day of Novem ber, eighteen hundred' aftd‘ ninety-nine, has been served and , duly executed, and was re turned on the lfth day of November, A. D. 1199, by the Sheriff of the County of Hudson. Dated December * 29th, * 1899. ; JOHN G. FISHER, Clerk. FRANK P. MoDERMOTT,, Attorney, 259 Washington y., Jersey City. IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY. Between Eliza Gilkinpoh ■ ft" al., complain ants, and Jennie Steiner et al., defendants. On bill for partition and decree for sale. The sale of the lands and premises in the above stated cause stands adjourned until Thursday, the eleventh day of January, 1900, at two o'clock -in the*afternoon, on the said premises. No. 104 . Maple street, La fayette, Jersey City, New Jersey. Dated' January 4th, 1900.. WILLIAM B. GILLMORE, Special Master in Chancery. NOTICE TO CREDITORS — ESTATE OP HUGH P. SHERIDAN, dcctaa.d; Tber««« A. S. Sheridan. admJni.tratril of Huh P. Shtrl dan, dec*aE«d, by ord.f »t| th« Surrofat. of Hudson County, ddted October 4th, 1199, hereby gives notice to the creditors of said decedent to bring in their' debts, -demands and claims against the estate of said dbeedent, under oath or affirmation, wRhln nine months from the date of said order, or. they will be forever barred of any action therefor against said administratrix. THERESA A. S. SHjjpfp&T 'Strain, Vitality, Jatlool. MULLINS l SONS The Grreat . . . Furniture Store. CASH IF YOU LIKE IT. CREDIT IF DESIRED. BlDEBOAnnS. We are especially well supplied m with Sideboards, finished in y k|| golden oak, making a swell ap- fj 111 pearance. Some as low as.UIVU CARPETS AND LINOLEUMS. Velvet Carpets, good assort ment of patterns, in designs for rooms, halls or stairs, worth at least $1.15 per.yard, at... Good Tapestry Brussels Car pets, nice bright patterns, wear guaranteed, regularly sold at 75c. per yard. ■ Pull yard wide Ingrains, new fall designs, light and dark grounds, regular price 49c. per yard. DINING ROOM CHUR. Cane Seat, no. Spindle Back. OsC DINING ROOM FURNITURE. High Back Dining Room Chairs, brace arm, golden oak finish, value 61,50, Dining Tables, full 6-foot, good solid legs, well made, worth 65.00, Q IC Oak Rockers, also mahogany finished rockers. In variety of styles, all highly polished and strongly made, wood or cobbler seats. The price on these rockers at exclusive dealers is from 62.50 J nf to 63.25 each. Ii30 Good couches, covered with handaoma materials, full size, well and n Aa strongly made. Ui30 ' 1 CANE-SEAT ROCKER, large a°°. eoir>fortable, made to last, at the price of. COBBLER-SEAT ROCKER. CHILDREN’S ROCKERS. WOMEN’S WRITING DESK in Oak and Mahogany finish, A AQ the *5 kind.. fclSO CHUM CLOSETS. «sr»ss. and sides; the correct shape; I # Kli the twenty-five dollar kind... ■ ■ ■IflfX MULLINS & SONS \ " - ~! " \ Newark Avenue and Grove Street, JERSEY CITY. RAILROADS._ Pennsylvania KAILKOAD. THE CAMMED RA1LWAY0F AMERICA I IN EFFECT NOVEMBER 19, 1899. Trains leave Jersey City as foiiowa;— FOR THE WEST. 8 16 A. M., Fast Mail, limited to two Buffet Parlor Cars, daily to Pittsburg, connecting there for Chicago. (No coaches to Pittsburg.) y-44 M., Fast Line, with Vestibule Parlor Car daily for Pittsburg. mu A M., the celebrated Pennsylvania Limited, the pioneer of this class of the ser vice, composed exclusively of Pullmaa \esti huie* Compartment, Sleeping, Dining, Observa Uo* SdSmokin* Cars, lighted by etatlonarjr movable electric lights, dally for *itts Chicago, Cleveland, Indianapolis. Louls fit Louis. Cincinnati and Toledo. vlifi p Chicago and St. Louis Express Vestibule Sleeping and Dining Cars, daily "i,StV Louis and Chicago. Through Bl«piu* Str6 for ^Louisville (via Cincinnati) and L*‘ 4lanal»lis. Express, with Veltlbuls -.«•« r- “ys a“iy to Pittsburg and Chicago. £££«*<»** Philadelphia, and Pittsburg to C«'rf*P M.. Southwestern Express. Sleeping .JfiDinine cars dally to Cincinnati. Nashville, Cincinnati, Akron and 81. Louis. V.t. i M Pacific Express, Pullman Sleep ■ ^"'pittsburg. Connects for Chicago ? n.^^nd Cleveland except Saturday. Daily KnMVlllb. T«nn.. via Shenandoah Valle, M Mall and Express, Pullman Bullet .ilfe^n^wr^ek^ya^^o3^^ SHtSwS* ™NGTON AND THE w> uimnr* W’ashington and the South at , (Dining Car), 11.14 (Dining 8.I0, 8.44, Jv w 14 2.32 (3.44 Congressional Car) A. **•’._' cars and Pennsylvania Rail LlmAteDiXe Car)” 45 4.45 (Dining Car),5.14 r°»d Pj cfr) and 9.44 P. M. and 12.30 night. Simday S.44 9.14, 11.14 (DiningCar) A.M., 9“ “i1?;1congressional Limited Parlor Cars 114 <*;“$?£,* Railroad Dining Car) S 45 “•hi Car). 5.14 (Dining Car), and 9.44 P^M.^nd 12.S0 night. Por_ Baltimore only, 1.15 Pi M. we'yoRy PHILADELPHIA. _ fur Philadelphia, C.33. 7.44, 7.45, 8.1a, Express or cl014 Pennsylvania Limited), *■44’ 14 (Dining Car) A. M. ; 12.15. 1.14, I®:** *"5 3 1? J.45, 4.14. 4.44. 4.45, 5.14, 6.14 U5- ,*”• Car), 2-14, 8.16, 9.14. 9.44 P. (Flnl and12-29 night. Sunday, 6.34. • L 914 - 9.44 10.14 Pennsylvania ?'til I ted) ’ 10.19, 11.14 (Dining Car) A. 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