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jNOTKERVlCTORY
Jersey City Team Scores
i Easily in the Game
* With Montreal,
NEWARK LOST TO PROVIDEliftf
Buffalo-Baltimore Game a
.Tie — Rain in Toronto
—Clubs’ Standing.
The home team scored an easy victory
(Bt We?t Side Park yesterday, shutting
out the visitors and piling up eleven runs.
eBan’s all found work was the feature
of the gam*. •' The score follows:—
’ ______ JERSEY^ CITY.
"" r R. H. O. A. E.
Clement, If. 1 2 0 0 0
Bean, ..2 3 1 4 0
Halligan, cf. 0 2 2 0 0
Cassidy, la........ 1 1 II j 0
McCormick, rf.2 1 3 1 0
Doolin, 2b.1 1 1 2 0
iWoods, 3b..2, 1 0 Jh 1
McManus, ..1 1 8 “ ®
Dillon, .. 0 0 0 0 0
^Theilman, p. ••••••• 1 0 1 4 0
Totals.'. ....11 12 27 12 1
MONTREAL.
R. H. O. A. E.
Grey, cf.» 0 1 0 0 0
Keliaekey. rf.0 1 2 0 0
Chancy, lb.0 0 14 0 0
Connaughton, ss.... 0 1 1 4 1
Brennan, .....0 0 2 3 1
Howe 3b.-,0 1 2 2 1
Schroeder. If....... 0 0 1 0 0
Sheehan; 2b.';.0 12 4 1
Wahler, p.0 0 0 4 2
< Totals............ 0 5 24 17 6
Jt- jersey City.... • 05211002 —11
Montreal. 00000000 0— 0
v'r - First base on errors—Jersey City, 4;
•*>IMfetjtreal, t- .Left on bases—Jersey City,
“fE Montreal, 8. First base on balls—
Off Thielman, 3; off Wahler, 5. Struck
out—By- Thielman, 8: by Wahler, 2.
Two-base hit—Halligan. Sacrific* hits—
Hfclligaa, Cassidv, McCormick. Woods,
McManus, Clancy. Sheehan, Schroeder.
StojMi bakes—Bean (3), Cassidy, Mc
Cormick, Woods McManus. Double
- plays—Theilman, Bean and Caswidv;
McCormick and Cassidy. Hit by pitcher
—By Theilman, 1. Umpire—Mr. Brown.
Time of game—1 hour and 55 minutes.
Attendance—-000.
Newark met defeat at the' hands of
Providence, the score being 3 to 2. In
Buffalo, the Bisons and the Orioles
fought for nine innings without either
side scoring a run. The Toronto-Roches
ter game was prevented by rain.
The standing of the clubs in the League
follows:— __
W. L. P.C.
Jersey City.. 74 30 .712
Buffalo................ . 68 29 .(01
Toronto. .••••••••••••• • 59 42 .584
Newark. 62 45 .579
Baltimore. 56 45 .5o4
Montreal. . 31 (2 .301
ochester....... 31 74 .295
Providence... 30 74 .288.
GAMES SCHEDULE© FOR TODAY.
Montreal in Jersey City.
Providence in Newark.
Rochester in Toronto.
. Baltimore in Buffalo.
♦ EXCURSIONS.
ERIERAILROAD SUNDAY
SHOHOLA GLEN „ .
197 miles from New York. 1,000 best
Above the Sea.
The most magnificent scenery on the
continent. Excellent fishing in the waters
of the beautiful Delaware River.
$1.00 ROUNJ^TRIP $1.00
Express trains leave Jersey City at
9.16 and 9.46 A. M., returning’leave Sho
hola 3.80P. M. and 5.00 P. M.
GREENWOOD LAKE GLENS
$1.00 ROUND TRIP $100
Special Express train leaves Jersey
City at 10.00 A\M. Choice of two ex
press tenins, returning leave Greenwood
like Glens 5.00 P. M. or 7'.00 F M.
A
TO DOUGALP MadDONALD. JANE MacKEN
die. Peter MaoKenzie, her husband, Mary
Ballantihe, Thomas Ballantihe, her-husband;
Edward P. MacDonald, Mary Ann MacDon
ald, his wife; Archibald MaclJkmald, Eliza
beth MacDonald, Donald A. MacDonald, her
husband;'John Sheddon, William J. Sheddpn,
infant; Alexander Sheddon, infant. ‘ »
You ape, hereby notified that at a public sale
ro^de. by th!e City..Collector of jersey OKy, on
the Jfith day of October, 1892, the Mayor and
Alderfnton of Jersey City purchased for the sum
of eight dollars and thirty-five cents all the
land and real estate situate in Jersey City, in
the1. County of .Hudson and State of New Jer
sey* fronting on John street, which is laid
down and designated as lot 63 In block number
1181 upon an assessment map annexed to a re
port number 72 made py the “Commissioners
of /V&ustment” appointed In and for said City
by -tbs Circuit Court or the County of Hudson,
a certified copy of which report and map was
filed in the office of the City Collector of Jer
sey City on the 16th day of July, 1891, said
report and map and Said sale being made pur
suant to the provisions of an act of the Legis
lature of New Jersey, passed March 30th, 1886,
entitled
“An Act concerning the settlement and collec
tion of arrearages of unpaid taxes, asses
ments and water rates or water rents in
cities of this State, and imposing and levy
ing a tax. assessment 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 said land and
real estate, and unless the said land and real
estate shall be redeemed, as provided in euM
acts, before the expiration of six months from
and after the service hereof, a deed for the
same will be given conveying to the Maygr
and Aldermen of Jersey City, the fee simple
of said land and real estate according to Die
provisions of the said act.
Dated Jersey City, N. J., July 30, 1903.
THE MAYOR AND ALDERMEN OF JERSEY
CITY.
M. M. FIAGAN,
Mayor.
Attest:—. M. J, O’ DONNELL,
City Clerk.
(Sale No. 3308.)
CERTIFICATE OF FILING OF CONSENT BY
STOCKHOLDERS TO DISSOLUTION.
To all to whom these presents may com«.
Greeting:—
Whereas, It appears to any satisfaction, by
duly authenticated record of the proceedings
for the voluntary dissolution thereof deposited
, in my office, that the Enterprise Mining Com.
.. J>any, a corporation of this State, whose prfci
.... .elrial office is sifdated at No. , 83 MontgomeSey
, atriset, in the Cfty oE,Jersey City, Countyjfef
„ , f. Hudson, State dr Nev Jersey (New JeriSly
Title Guarantee '& Trust Co. being the agept
therein and in charge thereof, upon whom pro
cess may be served), has complied with the re
quirements of “An Act concerning corporations
(Revision of 1896),” preliminary to the issuing
of this certificate that such consent has been
filed.
Now, therefore, I, S. D. Dickinson, Secretary
of State, of the 5tate of New Jersey, d« here
by certify that ihe said corporation, did, on
the Twenty-second day of April, 1903, file in my
office a duly executed and attested consent in
writing to the dissolution of said Corporation,
executed by more than two thirds in interest
of the stockholders thereof, which said certifi
cates and the record of the proceedings afore
said are now on file in my said office as pro
vided by law.
In testimony whereof, I have hereto set
my hand and affixed by official seal,
(Seal.) at Trenton, this Twenty-second day
of April, A. D. one thousand nine hun
dredand three.
' S. D. DICKINSON.
j,..-. . frecretar*: ct State. ,
Gal - Cora Solvent
The King of Spring Medicines
is this Great New Blood Pur
» ifier.
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EST MEDICINE
Cal-cura, Solvent, Dr. ‘Kennedy’s
medicine, is unquestionably the Cr
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the blood as a flood of water cleanses a
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shine sweeten a foul room. What soap
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cura Solvent does for the filth in the
body—in the tissues, the lungs, the liver
the kidneys and the blood. It expels the
humors and impurities which makes us
all feel so dull, heavy and tired in the
spring. It leaves our bodies clean, heal
thy and safe against the complaints of
summer. You may use it with implicit
confidence.
Dr. Kennedy said of it: “Y regard Cal
cura Solvent as the crowning achieve
ment of my life. It will not disappoint.”
Remember: Only one Dr. David Ken
nedy ever lived in Rondout, City of
Kingston, N. Y., and the name of his
new and latest medicine is Cal-Cnra Sol
vent All druggists. $1.00 a bottle or
six for $5.00.
FREE SAMPLE OFFER
You can obtain a free sample bottle of
Dr. Kennedy’s wonderful new medicine,
1 Cal-cura Solvent, also a free pamphlet
on the treatment of various diseases,
containing much valuable medical advice
and information by simply addressing a
letter or postal to the Cal-cura Oo., Ken
nedy row, Rondout, N. Y.
NEW PERFECTION RECORDS
HIAWATHA, MR. BLUEBEARD
ON THE BEACH,
NANCY BROVfN CAKEWALK.
TALKING MACHINES,
CASH OR CREDIT
J. J. DOYLE’S
152 Montgomery- St.J.C
PUREST
OLDEST, BEST
OLD
CROW
RYE
Sold only in onr bot
tles by all dealers.
H. B. KIRK & CO.,
SOLE BOTTLERS,
NEW YORK.
SPECIAL MASTER’S SALE.
Between Annie Carswell, et al.t complain
ants, and Edwin T. Carswell, et 01., defend
ants.
On Bill for Partition and Decree for Sale.
Crouse & Perkins, Solicitors of Complainants.
By virtue of a decree of the Court of Chan
cery of New Jersey, made in the above entitled
cause, and dated July 6, 1903, I, Pierre F. Cook,
one of the Special Masters of said Court, shall
expose to sale at public vendue to the highest
bidder, on
THURSDAY, August 20, 1903,
at the hour of Two o’clock in the afternoon of
said day, art the office of the subscriber,
Pierre F. Cook, 1 Exchange place, Jersey
City, N. J.
All that certain lot of land and premises
situate in Jersey City, Hudson Cdunty, New
Jersey. Beginning at a point in the northerly
line of South Fifth street (now Fourth street),
distant sixty feet westerly from the westerly
line of Erie street; thence running (1) northerly
at right angles to South Fifth (now Fourth)
street, seventy-five feet, thence (2) westerly
parallel with South Fifth (now Fourth) street
twenty feet, thence (3) southerly at right angle®
to South Fifth (now Fourth) street, seventy
five feet to the line of South Fifth (now
, Fourth) street, thence (4) easterly along .said
' line twenty feet to the point or place of be- '
ginning; including the estate and Interest in
dower of the complainant Mary Ann Carswell,
widow of Thomas Carswell, deoeased, and of
the defendant Emma D. Carswell, widow of
Robert Carswell in the premises, and Including 1
also the inchoate right of dower of the com- !
plainants Sarah Carswell, Catharine Carswell, i
and Mary E. Carswell, wives of George Allen !
Carswell, Theodore Van Norden Carswell and ]
james j?-. e>ii. respectively; ana mc.udiiig
also the Inchoate right of dower of the defend- !
ants Celia Carswell, Jennie V. Carswell and i
Mary B. Carswell, wives of Edwin Thomas
Carswell, Robert F. Carswell and Ira A. Cars
well respectively, together with all and stngu- ;
lar the hereditaments and appurtenances to the
premises belonging, or in any wise appertain
ing.
Dated July 21, 1903. j
PIERRE F. COOK,
Special Master in Chancery
of New Jersey, *’T '
t v j 1 Exchange place, ’
... ! v .K $ Jersey City, N. J.
NOTICE.—WHEREAS. KATIE WEISS, DE
ceased, in her lifetime, made a contract
In writing, still unfulfilled, for the sale to
Bmilie Schroeder of the property known as
No. 614 Jefferson ■. place, in the Town of Union,
Hudson County, N. J., and which Is described
as being lot number twelve (12) in Block num
ber three (&) on a map entitled, “Map of th®
property belonging to J. Geayer and T. Butts,
situate at the Town of Union, N. J.,“ and
filed in the Clerk’s (now Register’s) office of
Hudson County.
Notice is hereby given that I will apply
to the Orphans’ Court of the County of Hud
son. to be held at the Court House in Jersey
City, on the eleventh *»ay of September, next,
at the hour of ten o’clock in the forenoon,
for the fulfillment of contract according
to law.
Dated July 7, 1903.
JOSEPH WEISS.
Administrator of W«I*s, tlersmed.
/* V*" \
The Boards of Registry and Election in and
for each Election District of the County of
Hudson will meet for the purpose of making
a. Registration \of Voters on the days and be
ftwuea the Itours following, viz.:
= IN THE
Cities of Jersey City, Heiwken
and Bayonne
-ON
Tuesday, Sept. 8,1903
from one 'clock in the afternoon to nine
o’clock In the evening, on
Tuesday, Oct. 6,1903
from one 'clock in the afternoot* to nine
o’clock in the evening; and on
Tuesday, Oct. 20,1903
from one 'clock in the afternoon to nine
o’clock in the evening,
—IN THE— f
TOWN OF HARRISON,
BOROUGH OF EAST NEWARK,
TOWN OF KEARNY, '
TOWN OF WEST HOBOKEN,
TOWNSHIP OF WHEEHAWKtN
TOWN OF UNION,
TOWN OF WEST NEW YORK
TOWN OF CUTTENBERC,
TOWNSHIP OFNORTHBERGEN
AND
BOROUGH OF SEOAUGUS
-ON—
Tuesday, Sept. 1,1903
at ten o’clock In the forenoon (for house-to
house canvass); on
Tuesday,-Sept. 8,1903
from one ’clock in the afternoon to nine
o'clock in the evening, and on
Tuesday, Oct. 27,1903
from one o’clock in the afternoon to nine
o’clock in the evening.
And also that a Pri
mary Election of Dele
gates to Conventions of
political parties and for
making nominations,
will be held in each
Election District in the
County on the eighth
day of September, 1903,
between the hours of
1 o’clock P. M., and
9 o’clock P. M., at the
place of registry in
each district.
The following is a description of the bound
ary lines of each Election District In the City
of Jersey City, and the place of meeting of
the Board of Registry and Election in each
Election District therein:—
FIRST WARD.
FIRST DISTRICT, 41 Vi Greene street:—
East by the Hudson River from New York
Bay to Sussex street; north by Sussex street
from New York Bay to Greene street, to Mor
ris street, to Washington street; west by
Washington street frbm Morris street to New
York Bay; south by New York Bay and Hud
son River.
SECOND DISTRICT, 76 Greene street:—'
East by Hudson River from Sussex street to
Grand street; north by Grand street from Hud
son River to Washington street; west by Wash
ington street from Grand street to Morris
street; south by Mprris street from Washington
to Greene street, to Sussex street, to the Hud
son River.
THIRD DISTRICT. 74 York Streep—
East by the Hudson River from Grand street
to Third street; north by Third street from
Hudson River to Washington street; west by
Washington street from Third street to Grand
street; south by Grand street from Washington
street to the Hudson River.
FOURTH DISTRICT. 198 Bay street:—
East by Washington street from Bay street
to Third street; north by Third street from
Washington street to Grove street; west by
Grove street from Third street to Bay street;
south by Bay street from Grove street to
Washington street.
FIFTH DISTRICT, 338 Henderson street:—
East by Washington street from Pearl street
to Bay street; north by Bay street from Wash
ington street -to Grove street; west by Grove
street from Bay street to Railroad avenue;
south by Pennsylvania Raiload from Grove
street to Pearl street, to Washington street.
SIXTH DISTRICT, 274 Warren street:—
East by Washington street from York street
to Pearl street; north by Pearl street from
Washington street to Pennsylvania Railroad,
to Henderson street; west by Henderson street
from Pennsylvania Railroad to York street;
south by York street from Henderson street to
Washington street. #
SEVENTH DISTRICT, Truck House, Grand
and Van Vorst streets:—
Bast by Washington street from Sussex street
to York street; north by York street from
Washington street to Henderson street; west
by Henderson street from York street to Sus
sex street; south by Sussex street from Hen
derson street to Washington street.
EIGHTH DISTRICT, 134 Morris street:—
Bast by Washington street and Washington
street produced from New York Bay to Sus
sex street; north by Sussex street from Wash
ington street to Henderson street; west by
Henderson strftet and Henderson street produced _
from Sussex street to New YOrk Bay; soutn
by New York Bay from Henderson street pro
I duced to Washington street produced.
■SECOND WARD.
FIRST DISTRICT. 483 Grove street:—
East by Henderson street from Seventh street
tx> Pavonia avenue; north by Pavonia avenue
from Henderson street to Erie street; west by
Erie street from Pavonia avenue to Seventh
street; south by Seventh street from Erie
street to Henderson street.
SECOND DISTRICT, 141 Pavonia avenue:—
East by the Hudson River from Seventh
street to Tenth street; north by Tenth street
from the Hudson River to Henderson street:
west by Henderson street from Tenth street
to "Seventh street; south by Seventh street from
Henderson street to the Hudson River.
THIRD DISTRICT, 504prove street:—*
East by Henderson street from Pavonia ave
nue to Tenth stnwft; north, by Tenth street
from Henderson s*feet to Jersey avenue; west
by Jersey ayenue^from Tenth street to Eighth
street; eanm by Eighth street from Jersey ave
nue to Ene-^treet, 60 Pavonia avenue, to Hen
derson street. &■
FOURTH DISTRICT. 564 Grove street:—
Bast by the Hudson River from Tenth street
to Sixteenth street produced; north by Six
teenth street produced and Sixteenth street
fronA, Hudson River to Grove street; west by
Grove' street from Sixteenth street to Tenth
street ;\south by Tenth street from Grove street
to the Hudson River.
•FIFTH DISTRICT. 641 Grove street:—
Bast by the Hudson River from Sixteenth
street produced to Hoboken City Line; north
by the Hoboken City Line from Hudson River
to Hoboken avenue to Jersey avenue; west by
Jersey avenue from Hoboken avenue to Six
teenth street; south by Sixteenth street and
Sixteenth street easterly produced from Jersey
avenue to the Hudson River.
SIXTH DISTRICT, 587 Grove street:—
East by Grove street from Thirteenth street
to Sixteenth street;- north by Sixteenth street
from Grove street to Jersey avenue; west by
Jew Avccue from Sixteenth street to Thir

Jersey avenue from Thirteenth street to Tenth
street; sou till by Tenth street froth Jersey ave
nue to Grove street. i
NINTH DISTRICT. 180 Coles street
East by Jersey avenue from Eighth street
to Tenth street; north by Tenth street from
Jersey avenue to Coles street; weft by Coles
street from Tenth street to Eighth street;
south by Eighth street from Coles street to
Jersey ’avenue.
street to New Jersey Junction Railroad; west
by New Jersey Junction Railroad from Tenth
street to Pavonia avenue; south by Pavonia
avenue from New Jersey Jtmctioff^ailroad to
Monmouth street, to Eighth street, to Coles
street.
THIRD WARD.
FIRST DISTRICT. 349 Grove Street
East by Grove street from Railroad avenue
to Third street; north by Third street from
Grove street to Erie street; west by Erie street
from Third street to Newark avenue, and by
Barrow steet from Newark avenue to Railroad
avenue; south by Railroad avenue from Bar?
row street to Grove street.
SECOND DISTRICT, '438 Grove street:—
East by Hudson River frufn Third street pro
duced to Seventh street produced: north by J
Seventh street from Hudeon River to Grove
street; west by Grove street from Seventh
street to Third street; south by Third street
from Grove street to Hudson River.
THIRD DISTRICT. 439 Grove street:—
East by Grove street from Third street to
Seventh street; north by Seventh street from
Grove street to Erie street; weet by Erie street
from Seventh street to Third street; south by
Third street from Erie street to Grove street.
FOURTH DISTRICT, 195% Newark avenue:—
East by Barrow street from Railroad ave
nue to 'Newark avenue, and by Erie street
from Newark avenue to Fourth street; north by
Fourth street from Erie street to Jersey ave
nue; west by Jersey avenue from Fourth/ street
to Railroad avenue; south by Railroad avenue
from Jersey avenue to Barrow street.
FIFTH DISTRICT. 246 Sixth street :—
East by Erie street from Fourth street to
Eighth street; north by Eighth street from
•Erie street to Jersey avenue; west by Jersey
avenue from Eighth street to Fourth street;
south by Fourth street ffom Jersey avenue to
Erie street.
SIXTH DISTRICT, 315 Second street:—
East by Jersey avenue from Railroad avenue
to Fourth street; north by Fourth street from
Jersey avenue to Coles street; west by Coles
street from Fourth street to Railroad avenue;
south by Railroad avenue from Coles streM. to
Jersey avenue.
SEVENTH DISTRICT, 304 Fifth street
East by Jersey avenue from Fourth street to
Eighth street; north by Eighth street from
Jersey avenue to Coles street; west by Coles
street from Eighth street to Fourth street;
south by Fourth street from Coles street to
Jersey avenue.
EIGHTH DISTRICT, 326 First street;
East by Coles street from Railroad avenue to
Fourth street; north by Fourth street from
Coles street to Monmouth street;*west by Mon
mouth street from Fourth street to Railroad
avenue; south by Railroad avenue from Mon
mouth street to Coles street.
NINTH DISTRICT. 126 Coles street:—
East by Coles street from Fourth street to
Eighth street; north by Eighth street from
Coles street to Monmouth street; west by Mon
mouh street from Eighth street to Fourth
street; south by Fourth street from Monmouth
street to Coles street.
FOURTH WARD.
FIRST DISTRICT. 265 Grove street:—
Bast by Henderson street .from Grand street
to Montgomery street; north by Montgomery
street from Henderson street to Barrow etreet;
west by Barrow street from Montgomery street
to Grand street; south by Grand street from
Barrow street to Henderson street.
SECOND DISTRICT, 293 Grove street:—
East by Henderson street from Montgomery
•street to Railroad avenue; north by Railroad
avenue from Henderson street to Barrow street;
west by Barrow street from Railroad avenue
to Montgomery street; south by Montgomery
street from Barrow street to Henderson street.
THIRD DISTRICT. 392 Grand street:—
East by Barrow street from Grand street to
Railroad avenue; north by Railroad avenue
from Barrow street to Jersey avenue; west, by
Jersey avenue from Railroad avenue to Grand
street; south by Grand street from Jersey ave
nue to Barrow street.
FOURTH DISTRICT, 138 Wayne street:
East by Jersey avenue from York street to 1
Railroad avenue; north by Railroad avenue
from Jersey avenue to Variek street; west by
Variek street from Railroad avenue to York
street; soutji by York street from Variek street
to Jersey avenue.
FIFTH DISTRICT, 347 Variek street:—
East by Variek street from York street to
Railroad avenue; north by Railroad .avenue
from Variek street to Monmouth street; west
by Monmouth street from Railroad avenue to
York street; south by York street from Mon
mouth street to Variek street.
SIXTH DISTRICT, 272 Variek street:— „
East by Jersey avenue from Grand street to
York street; north by York street from Jersey
avenue to Monmouth street; west by Mon
mouth" street from York street to Grand street;
south by Grand street from Monmouth street
to Jersey avenue.
SEVENTH DISTRICT. 275 Grand street:—
East by Henderson street produoed and Hen
derson street from Johnston avenue to Grand
street; north by Grand street from Henderson
street to Monmouth street; west by Mon
mouth street'from Grand street to the Morris
Canal, to Jersey avenue, to Johnston avenue;
south by Johnston avenue from Jersey aVenue
to Henderson street produced.
FIFTH WARD.
FIRST DISTRICT, 197 Brunswick street:—
East by Monmouth street from Sixth street
to Pavonia avenue; north by Pavonia avenue
from Monmouth street to the New Jersey junc
tion Railroad; west By the New Jersey Junc
tion Railroad from Pavonia avenue to New
ark avenue, to Sixth street; south by Sixth
street from Newark avenue to Monmouth
street.
SECOND DISTRICT, 111 Brunswick street:—
East by Brunswick street from Railroad ave
nue to Newark avenue; north by Newark ave
nue from Brunswick street to the New Jersey
Junction Railroad; west by the New JSrsey
Junction Railroad from Newark avenue to Rail
road avenue; south by Railroad avenue from
the New Jersey Junction Railroad to Bruns
wick street.
THIRD DISTRICT, 330 Third street:—
East by Monmouth street from Newark ave
nue to Sixth street; north bjt Sixth street from
Monmouth street to Newark aVenue; west and
south by Newark avenue from Sixth street to
Monmouth street.
FOURTH DISTRICT, 271 Newark avenue-—
East by Monmouth street from Railroad ave
nue to Newark avenue; north by Newark ave
nue from Monmouth-street to Brunswick street
west by Brunswick street from Newark avenue
to Railroad avenue; south by Railroad avenue
from Brunswick etreet to Mohmouth street.
FIFTH DIS'rP.IGT. 295 Railroad avenue:—*
East by Monmouth street from Montgomery
street to Railroad avenue; north by Railroad
avenue from Monmouth street to Cblgate
stre^ west by Colgate street from Railroad
avenue to Montgomery street; south by Mont
gomery street frqtn Colgate street to Mon
mouth street. ■
SIXTH DISTRICT, 270% Wayne street!**”
East by Colgate street from Montgomery
street to Railroad avenue; north by Railroad
avenue and Academy street from Colgate
street to Comelison avenue; west by Cbrnel
ison avenue from Academy street to Mont
gomery street; south by Montgomery street
from Comelison avenue to Colgate street
SEVENTH DISTRICT, 391 Montgomery
street:— t
East by Monmouth atreet from Bright street
to Montgomery street; north >y Montgomery
street from Monmouth street to the National
Docks Railway; weft by the National Docks
Railway from Montgomery street to Marsh
street; south by Marsh and Bright streets from
the National Docks Railway , to Monmouth
street.
EIGHTH ‘DISTRICT, 13 Brunswick street :—
East by Monmouth street from Morris Canal
to Bright street; north by Bright and Marsh
streets from Monmouth street to the National
Docks Railway; west by the National "bocks
Railway from Marsh street to the Morris
Canal; south by the Morris \Canal from the
National Docks shth WAM1',“W‘h B,r*et>
FIRST DISTRICT. 708 Grand street:
East by the National Dock* Rallwav from
Grand street to Montgomery street; mirth by
Montgomery street from the NgtlonJB * Docks
Railway to CorneUsan avenue; west by Cor
nellson avenue from Montgomery street to
Summit avenue, to Communlpaw avenue; south
by Communlpaw avenue from Summit avenue
to the Morris canal, to Bluhop street? to Srt
street, to the National Dock* RaMway
SECOND DISTRICT, 669 Grand strMC
East by the National Dtwks Railway from
the Morris Canal to Grand Street • north hv
Grand street from the National Docite Railway
to Bishop street; west by Bishop street from
Grand street to the Morris Oannl Muth bv?^
Morris Canal from Bishop street MOhe Nat!
ional Docks Railway. lne wat*
THIRD DISTRICT, 39S Johnston avenue-—
by Pacific avenue ftSS CommunVpIw
aSSnue to the Morris- Canal: north and west
Wt the Corns Canal . from t.cdflc awhu^
Commumpaw avenuer south by ComnsumLw
a"v-ny,c?EIn, o1°,rrJ?.<>IlaJ t0 Pacific avimfe?
East^bv JJ“n*Ion avenusi—
street, iroin Communlpaw ave
nue to die Nationa k# Raflwav.
National^ Docks, from r Pin*
Pacific JSvenue ;1 Pacific avi. „
Nation* Docks - to Comm uni
nue; soikh by paw avenue
cic avenue to
„ FIFTH DI9- , 316 Communlpaw r
Bast by Henderson, street produced from New
York Bay to Johnston avenu*; north by John
ston avenue from Henderson street “ d
to Jersey avenue, to Morris Cam a
tlonal Docks Railway; west by Nat '
Railway from Morris Canal to Pin
Communlpaw avenue; south by Oi
avenue from T*lue street to New Y
SIXTH DISTRICT. 217^ Pine St
East by New York Bay from C .
avenue produced to Communlpaw ,,
duced; north by Commutilpaw &,,
New York Bay to Pacific avenue; wi
clflc avenue from Communlpaw av<
ven Paint avenue; south bf Caven
nue from Bergen a venues to Westside avenue;
west by Westside avenue from Falrmount ave
nue to Belmont avenue; couth by Belmont ave
nue from Westside avenue to Bergen uvenue.
nue and Caven Point avenue produced, from
Pacific avenue to New York Bay.
SEVENTH DISTRICT, 372 Bramtoall ave
.nue:— "
East by Pacific avenue from Caven Point
avenue to Communlp&w avenue; north by-Com
muni paw avenue from Pacific avenue to Mor
ris Canal; west by Morris Chnal from Coni
m uni paw avenue to Caven Point 'avenue; south
by Caven Point avenue from Morris Canal to
Pacific avenue.
EIGHTH DISTRICT, 982 Garfield avenue:—
East by the Morris Canal from Caven Point
avenue to Communip&w avenue; north Com
munlpow avemje from the Morris Canal to
Arlington avenue; west by Arlington avenue
from Communip&w avenue to Claremont ave
nue; south by Claremont avenue from Arling
ton avenue to Garfield avenue, to Caven Pdint
avenue, to Morrie Canal.
SEVENTH WARD.
FIRST DISTRICT. 66 Ocean avenue
East by New York Bay from the southerly
boundary of Jersey City to Brown place pro
duced; northi by Brown place produced and
Brown place1 from New York Bay to Garfield
avenue, to Neptune avenue to Newark Bay;
west by Newark Bay from Neptune avenue to
the southerly boundary of Jersey City; south
by the southerly boundary of Jersey City, from
Newark Bay to New York Bay.
SECOND DISTRICT. 114 Ooean avenue:—
Eiaat by New York Bay from Brown plaafe
produced to Linden avenue produced; north by
Linden avenue produced and Linden avenue
from New York Bay to Old Bergen ‘Road; west
by Old Bergen Road from Linden avenue to
Neptune avenue; south by Neptune avenue
from Old Bergen Road to Garfield avenue, to
Brown place, and Brown place produced to
New York Bay.
THIBp DISTRICT, 22 Greenville avenue:
East by Old Bergen Road from Neptune ave
nue to Linden avenue; north by Linden avenue
and Linden avenue produced from Old Bergen
Road to Newark Bay; west by Newark Bay
from Linden avenue produced to Neptune ave
nue; south by Neptune avenue from Newark
Bay to Old Bergen Road.
FOURTH DISTRICT, 266 Old Bergen Road:—
East by New York Bay from Linden avenue
produced to Chapel avenue produced; north by
•Chapel avenue produced and Chapel avenue
from New York Bay to Ocean avenue, to Wade
avenue, to Hudson Boulevard; west by Hudson
Boulevard from Wade avenue to Old Bergen
•Road to Linden avenue; south by Linden ave
nue and Linden avenue produced from Old Ber
gen Road to New York Bay.
FIFTH DISTRICT, 323 Old Bergen Road:—
East by Old Bergen Road from Linden ave
nue to Hudson Boulevard, to Stevens avenue;
by Stevens avenue and Stevens avenue
produced from Hudson Boulevard to Newark
Bay; west by Newark Bay from Stevens ave
nue produced to Linden avenue produced;
south by Linden avenue and Linden avenue
produced from Newark Bay to Old Bergen
Road.
SIXTH DISTRICT, 145 Woodlawn avenue:—
Bfst York Bay from Chapel avenue
produced to Richard street produced; north by
Richard street produced and Richard street
from New York Bay to Garfield avenue, to
JMilton avenue and Fulton avenue produced to
Newark Bay; west by Newark Bay from Ful
ton avenue produced to Stevens avenue pro
duced; south by Stevens avenue produced and
Btevens avenue from Newark Bay to Hudson
Boulevard, to Wade avenue, to Ocean avenue,
to Chapel avenue and Chapel avenue produced
to New York Bay.
seventh DISTRICT, 458 Ocean avenue:—
Z. York Bay from 'Richard street
produced to Bidwell avenue produced; north by
Bidwell avenue produced and Bidwell avenue
from New York Bay to Bergen .avenue to Cul
ver avenue produced to Weetside to Rowland
. produced and Rowland street to Mor
na canal, to line of the Newark and New
York Railroad, to Newark Bay; west by New
ark Bay from Newark and New York Railroad
to Fulton avenue produced; south by Fulton
avenue produced and Firtton avenue from New
ark Bay to Garfield avenue, to Richard street,
P^uced to New York Bay.
EIGHTH DISTRICT, 91 Bay view avenue:—
East by New York Bay from Bidwell ave
nue produced to Caven Point avenue produced;
north by Caven Point avenue produced
c*yen Point avenue from New York Bay
to Garfield avenue, to Claremont avenue, to
Ocean avenue, to Myrtle avenue to Bergen
avenue; west by Bergen avenue from Myrtle
avenue to Bidwell avenue; south by BidweU
avenue and Bidwell avenue produced from Ber
gen avenue to New York Bay.
EIGHTH WARD.
FIRST DISTRICT, 62 HaTrison avenue
East by Summit avenue from Oommunlpaw
avenue to Belmont avenue; north by Belmont
avenue from Summit avenue to Monticello ave
nue; west by Monticello avenue from Belmont
avenue to Oommunlpaw avenue; south by Com
munipaw avenue from Monticello avenue to
Summit avenue.
SECOND DISTRICT, 519 Bergen avenue
r East by Monticello avenue from Communi
paw avenue to Belmont avenue; north by Bel
mont avenue from Monticello avenue to the
Hackensack River; west by the Hackensack
River from Belmont avenue to Communipaw
by Communipaw avenue from
th£./?*Sken3a'ck River to Monticello avenue.
THIRD DISTRICT, 545 Communipaw ave
nue:—
Egst by Ocean avenue from Atlantic street
to Bramhall avenue, to Grand street, to Ar
lington avenue, to Communipaw avenue; north
by-Comm unipaw avenue from Arlington avenue
to Jackson avenue; west by Jackson avenue
from Communipaw avenue to Atlantic street;
south by Atlantic street from Jackson avenue
to Ocean avenue.
FOURTH DISTRICT, 45Q Bergen avenue—
* ~^st - J®«kson avenue from Atlantic street
to Communipaw avenue; north by Communipaw
avenue from Jhckson avenue to Hudson Boule
vard; west by Hudson Boulevard frbm Com
munipaw avenue to Clendenny avenue; south
by Clendenny avenue from Hudson Boulevard
to Bergen aveivue, to Atlantic street, to Jack
son avenue.
FIFTH DISTRICT, 82 Clendenny avenue—
East by Bergen avenue from Boyd avenue to
Clendenny avenue; north by Clendenny avenue
from Bergen avenue to Hudson Boulevard to
Commurflpaw avenue, to Hackensack River;
west by Hackensack River from Communipaw
avenue to Boyd avenue produced; south by
Boyd avenue produced and Boyd avenue from
Hackensack River to Bergen avenue
SIXTH DISTRICT, 686 Ocean avenue:_
East by Arlington avenue from Claremont
avenue to Grand street; north by Grand street
from Arlington avenue to Bramtiall avenue
west by Ocean avenue from Bramhall avenue
to Claremont avenue; south by Claremont ave
nue from Ocean avenue to Arlington avenue
SEVENTH DISTRICT, 438 Jackson avenue:
East by Ocean avenue from Forrest street to
Atlantic street; north by Atlantic street from
Ocean avenue to Bergen avenue; west by Ber
gen, avenue from Atlantic street to Forrest
street; south by Forrest street from Bergen
avenue to Ocean avenue.
EIGHTH DISTRICT, 416 Jaokson avenue:—
East by Ocean avenue from Kearney avenue
to Forrest street; north by Forrest street from
Ocean avenue to Bergen aveque; west by Ber
gen avenue from Forrest street to Kearney
avenue; south by Kearney avenue from Ber
gen avenue to Ocean avenue.
NINTH DISTRICT, 73 Kearney avenue:—
Esujt by Ocean avenue from Myrtle avenue
to Kearney avenue; north by Kearney avenue
from Ocean avenue to Bergen avenue; west
by Bergen avenue from Kearney avenue to
Myrtle avenue; south toy Mrytle avenue from
Bergen avenue to Ocean avenue.
TENTH DISTRICT, 468 Westeide avenue:—
East by Bergen avenue from Newark and
New York Railroad to Boyd avenue; north by
Boyd avenue and Boyd avenue produced from
Bergen avenue to Hapkensack River; west by
Hackensack River from Boyd avenue produced
to Newark and New York Railroad; south by
Newark and New York Railroad from Hacken
sack River to Bergen avenue.
ELEVENTH DISTRICT, 358 Westside ave
nue:—
East by Bergen avenue from Culver avenue
produced to Newark and New York Railroad
north by Newark and New York Railroad from
Bergen avenue to Morris Canal; west by Mor
ris Canal from Newark and New York Rail
road to Rowland street; south by Rowland
street and Railroad street produced from Mor
ris Canal to Westslde avenue, to Culver ave
nue and Culver avenue produced to Bergen ave
nue.
NINTH WARD.
FIRST DISTRICT, 184 Montlcello avenue*
East by Cornellson avenue from Summit ave
nue to Falrmount avenue; north by Falrmount
avenue from Cornellson avenue to Bergen ave
nue; west by Bergen avenue from Falrmount
avenue to Brtmont avenue; south by Belmont
avenue from Bergen avenue to Summit ave
nue, to Cornellson avenue.
SECOND DISTRICT, 673 Montgomery
street
-East by Summit avenue frem Falrmount
avenue to Mercer street; north by Mercer
street from Summit avenue to Bergen avenue;
west by Bergen avenue from Mercer street to
Falrmount avenue; south by Falrmount ave
nue from Bergen to Summit avenue.
THIRD DISTRICT, 648 Montgomery street:—
East by CorneUeon avenue from Falrmount
avenue to Mercer street; north by Mercer street
from Cornellson avenue *to Summit avenue
west by Summit avenue from Mercer street
to Fatrmount avenue; south by Falrmount ave
nue from Summit avenue to Cernellson ave
nue. .* -
FOURTH DISTRICT, 4M Mercer street!
East by Cornellson avenue from Mercer street
to Academy street; north by Academy street
from Cornellson avenue to Bergen avenue; west
by Bergen avenue from Academy street 1 to
Mercer street; south by Mercer street from
Bergen avenue to Cornellson avenue,
FIFTH DISTRICT, 387 Summit avenue:—
East by Summit avenue from Academy street
to Pennsylvania Railroad Cut; nerth by Penn
sylvania Railroad Cut from Summit avenue to
Tonnele avenue; west by Tonnele avenue from
Pennsylvania Railroad cut to Garrison ave
nue, to Sip avenue; south by sip avenue from
Garrison avenue to Tonnele avenue, to Acad
emy strobt, to Summit avenue. ®
SIXTH DISTRICT, 13; Stuyvesant'Svenue:—
,/ East V Bergen avenue from FalMount ave
nue to “Acadetny street; north by Academy
street. Tonnele avenue and Sip avenue from
Bergen avenue to Hudson Boulevard; west by
Hudson Boulevard from Sip avenue to Fair
mount avenue; south by Falrmount avenue
from Hudson Boulevard to Bergen avenue,
SEVENTH DISTRICT, 806 Westslde ave
nue:—
East by Hudson Boulevard from Falrmount
avenue to sip avenue; north by Sip avenue
from Hudson Boulevard to Westslde avenue;
west by Westslde avenue from Sip avenue to
Falrmount avenue: south by Falrmount ave
nue from Weatstde avenue to Hudson Boule
v&rd.
EIGHTH DISTRICT, 2536 Boulevard ave
nue:— A
East by Bergen avjMue from Belmont avenue
to Fatrmount avtnus; north by Falrmount avt
NINTH DISTRICT, 787 Weatalde avenue
Efcat bv Westside avenue from Belmont ave
nue to Sip avenue; north by Sip avenue from
Westalde avenue to Hackensack Elver; west
of Hackensack River from Sip avenue to Bel
mont avenue; south by Belmont avenue from
Hackensack Elver to Wtsuije avenue.
" TENTH WARD.
FIRST DISTRICT, 382 Summit avenue:—
Bast by old right 6f way of the Pennsylvania
Railroad from Academy street to Baldwin ave
nue; north by Pennsylvania Railroad Cut from
Baldwin avenue to Summit avenue; w^st by
Summit avenue from Pennsylvania Railroad
Cut to Academy street; south by Academy
street from Summit avenue to Cornelison ave
nue,-to old right of way of Pennsylvania Rail
road.
SECOND DISTRICT. 543 Newark avenue:
East by the New Jersey Junction Railroad
from Railroad avenue to Newark avenue;
north by Newark avenue from New Jersey
Junction Railroad to Baldwin Avenue; west by
Baldwin avenue from Newark avenue to old
right of way of - Pennsylvania Railroad to
Academy street; eqfcfn by Academy street from
old right of way et Pennsylvania Railroad to
th£ Jer»«y Junction Railroad.
THIRD DISTRICT, 667 Newark avenue :
_®*st by Baldwin avenue from Pennsylvania
Railroad Cut to Newark avenue; north by
Newark avenue from Baldwin avenue to Sum
mit avenue; west by Summit avenue from
Newark avenue to Pennsylvania Railroad Cut;
south by Pennsylvania Railroad Cut from Sumr
mix avenue to Baldwin avenue.
FOURTH DISTRICT. 699 Newark avenue:—
East bj^ Summit Avenue from Pennsylvania
Railroad Cut to Newark avenue; north by New
ark avenue from Summit avenue io Tonnele
avenue; west by Tonnele avenue from Newark
avenue to the Pennsylvania Railroad Cut; south
by Pennsylvania Railroad Cut from Tonnele
to Summit avenue.
FIFTH DISTRICT. 7W Newark avenue
East by the Hudson Boulevard from Newark
avenue to Hopkins avenue; north by Hopkina
avenue from Hudson BoulevardRo Tonnele ave
nue, west by Tonnele avenue from Hopkina
avenue to Newark avenue; south by Newark
avenue from Tonnele avenue to the Hudson
nouievard.
SIXTH DISTRICT. 6M, Newark avenue:—
„,“a8t ,by, Summit avenue from Newark ave
to Laldlaw avenue; north by Laldlaw ave
nue from Summit avenue to Collard street, to
Beacon avenue, to Hudson Boulevard; west by
Hudson Boulevard from Beacon avenue to
Newark avenue; south by Newark avenue from
Hudson Bohlevard to 8ununit avenue
SEVENTH DISTRIct/mH Montrose ave
nue:—
w.F**1 m Summit avenue from Laldlaw ave
nue to Manhattan avenue; north by Manhat- ;
tan avenue from Summit avenue to the west
boundary of Jersey City; weet by the
westerly boundary of Jersey City from Man
hattan avenue produced to the Morris and Es
»fi>™,r?ad: ”2uth by th* Morris and Essex
Railroad from the westerly boundary of Jersey
“ ‘yioTmmele avenue, to Hopklns avenuei
H,ud8on Boulevard, to 'Beacon avenue,
t0 Collard street, to Laldlaw avenue, to Sum
mix avenue.
EIGHTH DISTRICT, 322 St. Paul's ave
Ea« by Tonnele avenue from Newark ave
P“'ethetMorrl, and Eesax Railroad: north
hy the Mort-is and Essex Railroad from Ton
?i?le avei?ue to the Hackensack River; west by
the Hackensack River from the Morris and
If38** Railroad to Newark avenue; south by
Newark avenue from the Hackensack River to
ionnele avenue.
NINTH DISTRICT, 21 Marlon place;—
East by Garrison avenue from Sip avenue to
Tonnele avenue, to Newark avenue; north by
Newark avenue from Tonnele avenue to the
R^6".8aCk ?,lver: we*‘ *>y the Hackensack
""•f J Newark avenue to Sip avenue;
south by Sip avenue from the Hackensack Riv
er to Garrison avenue.
ELEVENTH WARD
FIRST Dismi^. . Oakland avenue:—
O6 Ne* Jer««y Junctloh Railroad
. av_e"u'\ t0 Thirteenth street;
by Thirteenth street from New Jersey
Junction Railroad’to Hoboken avenue, to Sum
2' j_ a''enue; . by Newark avenue from
road^ 1 nu<W° N*w Junction Rali
«ECOND DISTRICT, S3 St. Paul's avenue
street t„byT„w0b°$en avenue Thirteenth
street to Jefferson avenue produced; north by
nfte'rf D nve1ue bfft'wcd from Hoboken ave
D^et0, Pali,ude avenue, to Laldlaw avenue, to
Baldwin avenue, to Hopkins avenue, to Oak
w™etaVenue: west ,by, Oakland avenue from
Hopkins avenue to Hoboken avenue; south by
Hoboken avenue from Oakland avenue to Thlr
teeiwn street.
“STRICT, 134 St. Paul's avenue:
„ by Oakland avenue from Hoboken ave
' ,fr^.OPt^St.ayenu,: north by Hopkins ave
{lZ a0ak,ah<1 avenue to Summit avenue;
ro ' avenue from Hopkins avenue
“ '!o*k'11 avenue; South by Hoboken avenue
fr2S?r Oakland avenue.
90 Central avenue:—
by Ba-ldwln avenue from Hopkins ave
nue to Laldlaw avenue; north by Laldlaw ave
yy.'tatBaltFvvdn avenue to Summit avenue;
we^ by Summit avenue from Laldlaw avenue
to Hopkins avenue; south by Hopbine avenue
avenue to Baldwin avenue.
166 Oakland avenue:—
Elast by Hoboken avehue from Jefferson ave
InUMhPwUCpd t0a Proap*cl produced;
north by Prospect street produced and Pros
pect street from Hob<d|en avenue to Central
avenue, to Manhattan avenue, to Summit ave
nue; west by Summit pvenue from Manhattan
avenue to Laid law avenue; south byLaldlaw
avenue from Summit avenue to Palisade ave
*'•»**•> and Jefferson avenue
produced to Hoboken avenue.
SIXTH DrSTRI^rr. 26 Llneau place:
. ,®a*f by Hoboken avenue and Eastern City
line from Prospect street produced to New
York avenue; north by New York avenue frt>m
Eastern City line to Ravine avenue and Ra
vine avenue produced to Central avenue; west
by Central avenue "from Ravine avenue pro
duced to Prospect Street; south by Prospect
street and Prospect street produced from Cen
tralavcnue to Hoboken avenue.
SEVENTH DlfirpRICT, fa Franklin street
East by Eastern City Line from New York
avenue to Fhtnklln street; north by Franklin
street from Eastern City Line to Central ave
W.est Rby, Central avenue from Franklin
streat to Ravine avenue produced; south bv
Ravine avenue produced and Ravine avenue
city Linetra aV"nU* t0 N,w Tork avenue, to
EIGHTH DISTRICT, 48 Griffith street
Bast by the Easterly City Line from Frank
lln street to South street; north by South street
from City Line to. New York avenue; west by
New York avenue from South street to Frank
lin street; south by Franklin Mrest from New
Y?TK avenue to the Easterly City Line
NINTH DISTRICT1, 7B Sherman avenue;—
Elast by New York avenue from Franklin
street to Griffith street; north by Griffith street
from New York avenue to Hancock avenue
to Hutton street, to Central avenue; west by
Central avenue from Hutton street to Frank
lin street; south by Franklin strew from Cen
tral avenue to New York avenue
TENTH DISTRICT. 187 Webster avenue
East by New York avenue from Griffith
street to South street; north by South street
from New York ayenue to Hancock avenue
"eftby Hancock avenue from South street to
Griffith street; south by Griffith street from
Hancock avenue to New York avenue
BIJBVEfNTH DISTRICT, 77 Griffith street ■
East by Hancock avenue from Hutton street
to South street; north by South street from
Hancock avenue to Central avenue; west by
Central avenue from South street to Hutton
street; south by Hutton street from Central
avenue to Hancock avenue.
TWELFTH WARD.
r IRST DTSTRId, 33 Congress street*—
East and north by city Line from South
street to Webster avenue; west by Webster
avenue from the Northern City Line to South
street; south by South street from Webster
avenue to Eastern City Line.
SECOND DISTRICT, 95 Congress street :
East by Webster avenue from South street to
Northern City Line; north by Northern City
Line from Webster avenue to Central avenue
west by Central avenue from Northern City
Line to South street; south by South street
from Central avenue to Webster avenue
THIRD DISTRICT. 1168 Summit avenue:-'
, ESf5t_ily Central avenue from Irving street
to Northern City Line; north by Northern City
Line from Central avenue to Hudson Boule
vard; west by Hudson Boulevard from North
ern City Line to Irving street; south by Irving
street from Hudson Boulevard to Central ave
nue, I
FOURTH DISTRICT. 467 Central avenue
Bast by Central avenue from Bleeeker street
to Irving street; north by Irving street from
Central avenue to Hudson Boulevard; west by
Hudson Boulevard from Irving street to
Bleeeker street; south by Bleeeker street from
Hudson Boulevard to Central avenue.
FIFTH DISTRICT, 411 Central avenue;—
East by Central avenue from Charles street
to Bleeeker street; north by Bleeeker street
from Central avenue to Hudson Boulevard;
west by Hudson Boulevard from Bleeeker
street to Charles street; south by Charles
street from Hudson Boulevard to Central ave
nue.
SIXTH DISTRICT, 345 Central avenue—
East by Central avenue from Lincoln street
to Charles street; north by Charles street from
Central avenue to Hudson Boulevard; west by
Hudson Boulevard from Charles street to Lin
coln etreet; south by Linooln street from Hud
son Boulevard to Central avenue.
SEVENTH DISTRICT. Ml Griffith street:
Eiaet by Central avanue from Zabrlskle
street to Linooln afreet; north by Linooln street
from Central avenue to Hudson Boulevard;
west by Hudbon Boulevard from Lincoln street
to Zabrlskle street! south by Zabrlakle street
from Hudson Boulevard to Central avenue.
EIGHTH DISTRICT, 897 Central avenue:—
Bast by Central avenue from Manhattan ave
nue to Zabrlskle efreets north by Zabrlskle
street from Central avenue to Hudeon Boule
vard; west by Hudson Boulevard from Za-brls
kle Street to Manhattan avenue; south by Man
hattan avenue -from Hudson Boulevard to Cen
tra! avenue.
NINTH DISTRICT. 341 Germania avei)ue:—
Bast by Hudson -Boulevard from Manhattan
avenue to Bleeeker etreet; north by Bleeeker
street and Bleeeker street produced from Hud
son Boulevard to the westerly boundary of
Jersey City; west by the westerly boundary
of Jersey City from Bleeeker etreet produced
to Manhattan avanue produced; south by Man
hattan avenue produced and Manhattan ave
nue from the westerly boundary of Jersey City
to the Hudson Boulevard. /
TENTH DISTRICT, 1|S Oraham street:
East by Hudson Boulevard from Bleeeker
street to Northern CUV Line; north by North
ern City Line from Hudson Boulevard to West
ern City Line: wew by Western City Line from
Northern City LIU# to Bleeeker street produc
ed; south by Bleeeker street produced and
Bleeeker street from Western City Line to
Hudson Boulevard. .
By order of thp County Board of Elections
for Hudson County.
n- J*r ftrc* a&nuM,
ROBERT west, Beerwwjr.
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5 Hole
Kitchen
Range
7.50
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CHiffoniers
GOLDEN OAK FINISH, five deep drawers with
locks, brass pulls, made of good A Ell
seasoned stock, well finished... VaWlI
SOLID OAK POLISH, with bevel plat^ mirror;
base has swell front, formerly A A A
12.00, for. WiiUlf'
MAHOGANY VENEERED, with bevel French
plate mirror; base serpen- QE A A
tine front, worth 35.00 for. £Vatlll
BED ROOM SUIT. *
BED-ROOM SUIT, three pieces, consisting of Bed, 4
Dresser and Wash Siand, neatly constructed. 1
It is extra low-priced-^ i M "I tZ 1
..14.10 \
SIDEBOARDS.
SIDEBOARDS, plain solid oak, fancy carved top,
shaped uprights, three drawers, one lined for sil
ver, French plate pjirror bev- ' III QC
eled. Worth 17.50. Special. . I UiftiV
SIDEBOARDS, solid oak, highly polished swell
front, top drawers, fancy shaped uprights,
French plate mirror, beveled. I A
Worth 22.25. Special.1. I Oi I 0
AXMINSTER RUG, Alexander Smith make, choic
est pattern, heavy pile, durable, Oriental and
floral designs, value 2.75. Special " A QQ
price. . »-.. IiVO
Newark Ave. and Grove St, Jersey City.
RAILROADS.
Pennsylvania
RAILROAD,
THESTAHDARD RAILROAD OF AMERICA
IN EFFECT MAY 24. 1903.
Trains leave jersey City as follows:—
\ - J
toe the wJsst.^
1.16 A. M. FAST MAIL.—Parlor, Sleeping and
Dining Cars. For Chicago, Indianapolis aad
Louisville. „ ..
10.14 A. M. ST. LOUIS LIMITED.—Pullman
Sleeping, Smoking and Observation Cara.
Cincinnati, Indian apo::&, St. Louis. Dining
Car.
10.43 A. M. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED.—
Pullman, Sleeping, Dining, Smoking, and Ob
servation Compartment Cars. For Chicago.
Cleveland* Toledo and Detroit.
114 P. M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EX
PRESS,—For Toledo, Nashville (via Cincin
nati and Louisville), Indianapolis, Chicago
St. Louis. Dining Car. _ ,,
116 P, M. CHICAQO LIMITED.—Pullman
Sleeping, Smoking and Observation Cars.
For Chicago, Toledo and Cleveland. Dining
Car. *
6.13 P. M. ST. LOUIS EXPRESS.—For Pitts
burg, Cincinnati. Indianapolis, Louisville, Su
Louis. Dining Car. For Gary, W. Va. (via
Shenandoah Valley Route).
6.16 P. M. WESTERN EXPRESS.—For Chi
sago. For Toledo, except Saturday. Dining
Car.
1.14 P. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS.—For Pltt*
burg and Chicago. For Knoxville, dally, via
Shenandoah Valley Route. Connects for
Cleveland, except Saturday._
8.44 P. M. CLEVELAND AND CINCINNATI
BXFiRESS.— For Pittsburg, Cleveland. Cin
cinnati. Indianapolis and St. Lpuia.
BALTIMORE! WASHINGTON AND THE
SOUTH.
rx>r D&iumorc, nuuiuswu »*iu uwutu «•»
8.15, 8.44, 9.45 (Dining Car), 10.8* (Dining Car).
11.14 (Dining Car) A. M.; 1.14 (Dining Car).
1.15, 2.32 (3.44, Congressional Limited, Parlor \
Cara and Pennsylvania Railroad Dining Car),
145 (Dining Car). 4.45 (Dining Car). MS (Din
ing Car), and 9.44 P. M. and 12tl0 nliht. On
Sunday, 8.44, 9.45 (Dining Car). 11.14 (Dining
Car) A. M.. 1.14 (Dining Car), 1.16 (3.44 Con
gressional Limited Parlor Cars and Pennsyl
vania Railroad Dining Car), 146 (Dining Car).
4.45 (Dining Car). 6.45 (Dining Car), and 9.44
P. M. and 12.30 night.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY.— Express. 146. 4.45
P. M., 12.30 night daily.
NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAILWAY —
For Memphis and New Orleans, 3.45 P. M.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE. — Express 9.45 j
A. M. and 9.44 P. M. dally. .
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY.—8.15
X. M. weekdays, and 5 26 P. M. daily. „
SEABOARD AIR LINE.—Express. 1130 A.M.
and 1.16 >. M. dally.
FOR PHILADELPHIA. . „
Exprea lor Philadelphia. 6.24. 7.44. 7.46, 11*.
116. s 44, 9.16, 9.45, 10.14 (St. Louis Limited.
Dining 6ar). 10.32 (Dining Car), 10A3 (Penn
sylvania Limited), and 11.14 (Dining Car)
A. M7; 12.16, 1.14 (Dining Car), 1.16. 2.14 (Din
ing Car). 2.32. 3.13. 3.46 (Dining Car). 4.13.
4.44, 4 46* (Dining Car), 513, 5.16 (Chicago Lim
ited. Dining Car). 526. 6.13 (Dining Car). 4.15
(Dining Car), 7.14, 8.14, 8.44, 314, 344 P. M.,
and 1230 night. Sunday. 6.28. 8.16. 8.44. 9.46,
10.14 (St. Louis Limited, Dining Car), 10.15,
10 43 (Pennsylvania Limited), 11.14 (Dining
Car) A M , 1 14 (Dining Car). 1.15. 214 (Dining
Carl 245 (Dining Car). 4.13. 4.45 (Dirtlng Car).
616 (Chicago Limited, Dining Car), 525 (Din
ing Car)7*513 (Dining Car), 8.16 (Dining Car).
I 14 8 44. 9.14. 9.44. P. M. and 12.30 night.
Accommodation. 11.16 A. M. and L16 P. M.
weekdays. Sundays, 5.29 and 7.15 P. M.
For Atlantic City, 1230 and 11.14 A. M.
Ill 28 R, M. (10.13 A. M. and 3.14 P. M.
through Vestlbuled Trains. Buffet Parlor Cars,
Passenger Coach and Combined Coach) week
days; 10.92 A. M. Saturdays only, and 12.30.
6'26 and 8.12 (through Vestlbuled Train, with
Pullman Parlor, Dining and Smoking Cara
and wide Vestlbuled Coaches) A. M. Sundays.
For Atlantic City via Delaware River Bridge
Route. 7.44 A. M. and 6.12 P. M. weekdays;
1.9* A. M. and 4.48 P. M. Sundays.
For Cape May. 1230 A. M. and 1.15 P. M..
10.33 (Saturdays only) weekdays; 12.3* A. M.
Sundays.
For Long Branch. Asbury Park, Ocean
Grove, Point Pleasant and Intermediate sta
tions. via Rahway. 4.00. 9.14 A. M.. 12.34. * 44.
1.52. 4.32 and 5.23 P. M. On Sundays, 10.00
A. M., 6.16 P. H. (Stop a* Interlaken for
Asbury Park or Ocean Grove on Sunday.)
The New York Transfer Company will call
for and check baggage from and to hotels and
residences.
W. W. ATTBRBURY, J. R. WOOD,
Gen'l Manager. Pase'r Traffic Manager.
QBO. W, BOYD, General Passenger Agent.
railroads.
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vvjLis i-«-c5fiOR£
=RAILROAD= •
PICTURESQUE LINE OP TRAVEL TO THJ|
1
NORTH AND WEST.
THE NIAGARA PALLS ROUTE.
„T,r,alns ieava Franklin street (North Rivei»
station, New York, as follows, and filteen
minutes later from foot W. 4Jd street, N. Y.
Terminal station at Weehawken, N. J„ can bo
reached via trains of N. J. J, Rd.. leaving I
II- depot at Jersey City:—
*•" A- daily. lor Haveratraw, West Point. 1
Cornwall Newburgh, Kingston and Albany! I
•*l® A* M* daily, Albany and intermediate I
stations.
A. 9.40 A. M. daily, Catakill Mountain Ex- ^
press.
B*~ 11?° A. M. flAlly, except Sunday, for
I Cranstona, West Point. Kingston, New Paltz,
Lakes Mohonk and Minnewaaka, Catakill
Mountains, Albany and Utica.
w“kfe Ply“r.d*Uy- 'XC#Bt Sunday' ** Vaa
J-®? P, M-. Chicago Express, daily.
2,?.kP' , Continental Limited, dally, foe
Albany, Utica, Syracuse, Rochester. Buffalo,
Niagara Palls, Cleveland, Detroit, Chicago
and St. Louis. Arrive Chicago and 8t. Louis
next afternoon. Dining oar attached at
Kingston.
D- 2> P- M-. dally, except Sunday. Ulstee
Express to Catakill Mountains.
D. 3.46 P. M. daily, except, Sunday, for Con
gers, CranstOns, West Point, Comwail, New
_‘>ur£h ?nd Intermediate stations to Albany, am*
6.00 P. M., Chicago and St. Louis Limited#
dally, for Montreal, Eaet Utica, Syracuse,
Rochester, Buffalo. Niagara Palls. Toronto?
Detroit. Cleveland, Chicago and St. Lou la
5.00 P. M. dally, except Sunday, for East '
Utica. Syracuse, Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara
Palls, Hamilton, Toronto, Detroit and St-' _
Louis.
A, B, C, D. Leaves Brooklyn Annex:—
A. -J- 9.16 A. M.; B. -1-19. A»(A. M. a., j
C. -f- 12.10 P. M.: D. -I- 2.46 P. M. , 7~$
Jersey City. P. R. R. station:—
A. -I- 9.47 A. M.; B. 11.19 A. M.
C. 12.60 P. M.; D. -I- 3.36 P. M.
Haveratraw Locals: -N 6.45 A. M.; 2.23,
•4.20 (W. 42d st. A30 P. &L>, P. M., -I- 8.201
W. 42d st.. 6.80 P. M.). -|» 6.40. -|- *.0G. *9.09
1110.00 and *11.35 P. 6».
Newburgh Loeals:-*S.20 A. M„ •10.00 A. K.
-I- 12.15 P. M., *4.46 P. M., *6.40 P. M.
Kingston Local:—*1.N> P. M.
•Dally. HSundaya only. -|-Except Sunday.
Pullman Sleeping Cars for Albany, Utica,
Syracuse. Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara Falls,
Detroit, Cleveland and Chicago on through
trains.
Westcott's Express checks baggage through
to destination. For cab or carriage, 'phone
900, 28th.
For tickets, time-tables, parlor and sleeping
car accommodations or information apply at
offices:—Brooklyn, Nds. SS8. 343, 726 Fulton
street; Annex office, foot of Pulton street;
New York City, Nos. 187, 369, *71, 1M6 Broad
way; No. 183 West One Hundred and Twenty
fifth street, and at stations.
A. H. SMITH., General Suet.
C. E. LAMBBffr. Gen'l Passenger Agent.
Room 204. Transit Building, 7 B. Forty-second
street, Ne»f York.
ta Hire PR- LaFRANCO’a
ADIES »fS.VtMDPow£5
combination. Used by 200.060 women. Price
l‘£»»*r«aco1fcCo!^R sat" s2sk
CDER1TORS OF JAMES D. TUTTLE. DE.
ceased, are. by oder of tbe Surrogate ol
Hudson County, dated April 4, 1908, upon app.t*
cation of the subscriber, notified to bring la
their debts, demands and claims against hit
estate within nine months from above date.
DAVID P. CHRISTIE, Administrator.
Present claims to Vredesburgh, Wall & Yu
Winkle, 1 Exchange place, serssy City. W. J,
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