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SPORTSMEN Booless Bowling Trio Won Two Series From Friend ships and Eagles. INDOOR RECORDS BROKEN Hoboken Skater Beat Big Field—Class A Billiards— Baseball. The New Jersey Club won the cham pionship of the North Hudson League, which has just closed, by a margin o' four games. West Hobeken, Okolona and Unions were tied for second. The rec ords :— Club. Won. Lost. High. New Jersey . 24 6 987 West Hoboken .20 10 1018 Ok ...-a . 20 10 950 Uni . 20 10 893 Palisade .19 11 940 Castle Point .19 11 1024 Clio . 18 12 899 Alpine .. ^ . 7 23 898 Wuverly . 7 23 849 Berkeley . 6 24 773 Arthur „ . 4 26 863 Scores of men averaging 160 or over:— Name. Club. Games. High. Coffman, New Jersey. 30 234 Eastmead, West Hoboken. 30 236 Suhr, Palisade . 27 223 Mittlesdorf, Castle Point.11 237 Lawrence, New Jersey.,. 27 216 Dickson, ^V’est Hoboken. 24 226 Schopman, Okolona . 30 206 Buck, New Jersey. 27 223 Hosinger, West Hoboken. 20 204 Kennel, West Hoboken. 27 212 Luehs, Arthur . 6 186 G. Buchtenkirk, Clio. 18 224 O. Eppel, Castle Point .21 223 Kolb, New Jersey . 27 245 Pope, Castle Point . 27 195 Walker, Union . 27 213 Keekheisen, Alpine . 18 200 Brown, Arthur . IS 212 Furstvnfeld, Union . 24 203 Hasbrouck, Castle Point. 27 210 Barnes, New Jersey .11 196 Martin, Palisade . 30 226 Protin, Okolona . 30 235 Meyerdiercks, Okolona . 27 213 Schneider, Arthur . 18 200 Herig, West Hoboken . 6 200 Nestler, Palisade . 30 223 V. Werner, Okolona. 3 172 J. Buchtenkirk, Clio . 22 206 Frehner, Alpine . 12 202 Schamburg, Palisade .27 196 Tasch, Clio . 24 210 Keller, New Jersey .IS 18S Knower, Union .14 186 Two victories rewarded the Dooless trio In their efforts at Wood’s Hall alleys in the three-men team league. They over came the efforts of the Friendships and Eagles after hard struggles. The scores: FIRST SERIES—FIRST GAME. DOOLESS. Strike. Spare. Score. Anmann ..4 2 151 Uhl .2 6 161 Perlmutter _.1 5 148 Total . 7 13 460 FRIENDSHIP. Strike. Spare. Score. Flugge .. .. .2 4 148 Holier.3 3 159 Duls . 1 6 150 Totals .. . 6 7 455 SECOND GAME. Strike. Spare. Score. Anmann .. .2 5 148 Uni .3 3 150 i'erlmutter.2 7 176 Totals . 7 16 474 FRIENDSHIP. Strike. Spare. Score. nugge .3 3 153 Holler „ .4 4 177 Duls .a 2 125 Total . 9 7 465 SECOND SERIES—FIRST GAME. FRIENDSHIP. Strike. Spare. Score. Flugge .. .. .2 5 167 Holler .2 5 156 Duls . 3 7 200 Total . 7 17 623 EAGLE. Strike. Spare. Score. Hussa.1 4 130 Barr .. .. .. ..1 3 130 Ruggles .3 4 158 Total .-.5 11 418 SECOND GAME—FRIENDSHIP. Strike. Spare. Score. Flugge.3 5 176 Holler .2 1 116 lluls.1 _5 147 Total... 6 11 439 EAGLE. Strike. Spare. Score. Hussa .1 7 159 Barr .. .. .. 0 7 154 Ruggles .3 4 164 Total . 4 18 477 THIRD GAME. Strike. Spare. Score. Flugge.3 4 Ml Holler .2 3 133 Duls . 7 3 233 Total .12 10 627 EAGLE. Strike. Spare. Score. Hussa .3 4 173 Barr .. .. . 1 4 136 Ruggles .1 6 155 Total . 5 14 464 THIRD SERIES-FIRST GAME. DOOLESS. Strike. Spare. Score. Apmann .2 5 169 Uhl .3 3 156 Perlmutter .5 2 169 Total .10 10 484 EAGLE. Strike. Spare. Score. Hussa .1 6 155 Barr .1 7 16o Ruggle3 .3 4 160 Total .5 17 480 SECOND GAME—DOOLESS. Strike. Spare. Score. ] Apmann .4 Uhl . 4 3 3* Perlmutter .2 5 151 Total .. ..10 11 483 EAGLE. Strike. Spare. Score. Hussa .1 5 136 Barr .1 6 144 Buggies .2 4 15S Total .. •• ........... 4 15 437 The Newark A. C. five sustained a triple defeat in the Athletic League at the hands of the 'New York A. C. bowlers at the latter's alleys last night. The scores:— FIRST GAME. New York A. C.—Breen, 175; Booth, 176; Klingelhoffer, 179; Arnold, 198; Clute, 161. ^Newark’ A. C.—Badger, 128; Halsey, 180; Austin, 131; Millar, 191; Olozga, 168. Total, 798. SECOND GAME. ■New York A. C.—Breen. 186; Booth, 189; A REMEDY FOR THE GRIPPE A remedy recommended for patients afflicted with the Grippe is KEMP'S BALSAM, which is especially adapted for the throat and lungs. D6n't wait for the first symptoms of the disease; get a bot tle today and keep It fer use the moment It is needed. If neglected the grippe has a tendency to bring on pneumonia. KEMP’S BALSAM prevents this by keep ing the cough loose and the lungs free trom inflammation. All druggists cell KEMP’S BALSAM at 25c. aad Me, ; Klingelh-dlTer, 203; Arnold, 16i; Clute, 185. | Tota., 927. ; Newark A. C.—Badger, 209: Halsey,* 189; Austin, 1SS, Millar, 159; Olozaga, 163. Total, 908. THIRD GAME. New York A. C.—Breen, 180; Booth, 176; Klingelhoffer, 154; Arnold, 193; Clute, 170. Total, 873. Newark A. C.-Badger, 186; Halsey, 172; Austin, 170; Millar, 155; Olozaga, 187. Total, 870. The roll off for the tie for .the cham pionship of the North Side League at Plump’s alleys last night resulted in fa vor of the Knickerbockers. The scores:— FIRST GAME. Knickerbocker—La Forest, 158; Geisler, 193; Snyder, 157; Meyer, 173; Lehrbach, 154. Total, 835. Morris Wheelmen—MacDonald, 178; Schwager, 140; O'Neil, 141; Briggs, 133; Tompson, 144. Total, 736. SECOND GAME. Knickerbocker—La Forest, 189; Geisler, 154; Snyder, 170; Meyer, 180; Lehrbach, 196. Total, SS9. Morris , Wheelmen—MacDonald, 106; Schwager, 183; O’Neil, 158; Briggs, 192; Tompson, 200. Total, 899. THIRD GAME. Knickerbocker—La Forest, 187; Geisler, 134; Snyder, 202; Meyer, 182; Lehrbach, 18b; Total, 893. Morris Wheelmen—MacDonald, 160; Schwager, 175; O'Neil, 153; Briggs, 225; Tompson, 169. Total, 882. The postponed series between the Belvi deres, Phoenix and Corinthians, which was played at Thum & Kahlsdorf's alley* lust night, completed the Harlem League tournament. First prize was won by the Belvideres; second and third a tie between the Empires and Knickerbockers; fourth, Lotus; fifth and sixth, a tie between the Corinthians and Standards; seventh, Mor ris; eighth, Phoenix. Individual prizes— First, Lehrbach; second, MftcDonald; third, W. Gerdes; fourth, Helles; fifth. Linden. The scores: FIRST GAME. Phoenix—Moynahan, 172; McLean. 176; Church, 174; Gross, 155; Ciute, 176. Total, 853. Belvldere—Pearse, 191; Hunken, 175; Rehbein, 222; Lockwood, 199; Helles, 19U. Total, 986. SECOND GAME. Phoenix—Moynahan, 186; McLean, 200; Church, 173; Gross, 158; Ciute, 13S. Total, 855. Corinthian—Smith, 158; Reese, 146; Hol den, 200; Zollinger, 157; Schaeffer, 203. Total, S64. THIRD GAME. Belvidere—Pearse, 202; Hunken, 169; Rehbein 192; Lockwood, 189; Helies, 173. Total, 925. Corinthian—Smith, 180; Reese, 178; Hol den, 183; Zollinger, ISO; Schaeffer, 191. Total, 912. CONKLIN BEAT M’KEE. Philadelphian Too Slow in Class A Billard Tournament for Chicago Crack. J. B. C. McKee, of Philadelphia, and C. F. Conklin, of Chicago, were the players last night in the second game of the Class A 14-inch balk-line billiard tournament for amateurs in the Knickerbocker Athlete Club. The game was won by Conklin by a score of 400 to 287. The steadiness with which he conducted his soirees with the globes was largely responsible for Conk lin’s victory-. But he had a close call, as McKee made a strong finish. Conklin has been seen here before, and his plodding but determined style of play was more or less familiar to the spectators. McKee is a graceful player, with a clean, free stroke, but, yike his opponent, has no great amount of speed. McKee was the first to get away and i beat Conklin into the second century. He had no more than turned, however, before the Chicagoan swept by him with a break of 48 gathered laboriously, the balls trav eling over a considerable portion of the emerald expanse. Failure to touch the first ball on a thin but simple carom ended the run. Two innings later Conklin plucked another bouquet of 48—his posit ion work being better this' time—and again missed the easiest sort of a chance. The Philadelphia player meanwhile had been shy of lucrative sessions at the ta ble and lost ground at nearly " every seance. Carelessness paritally was to blame. It was a profitable period for Conklin, and a yield of 10 on the twenty first inning sent him into his third string with McKee at 156. Conklin averaged more than 12 for his second hundred. After his second lapse of form, McKee’s twenty-sixth inning was profitable and entertaining. He made thirty clean cut quickly garnished points, interspersed with some neat cushion carom counts, but was still forty-nine behind. When Mc Kee had 212, Conklin had 259. Conklin S06, McKee 251, was the tally when the leader caromed into nis final string. Conklin went out at his fifty-third inning. THREE NEW RECORDS. Figures for Indoor Mile, Quarter and Forty Yards'Dash Changed. A series of Indoor games were held yes terday at Columbia University gymnas ium, and resulted in the breaking of three Columbia records for the indoor track, the mile, quarter mile and 40-yard dash respectively. The competitors were out in largo numbers and some good finishes resulted. W. R. Morley, captain of the 1900 foot ball eleven, was one of the competitors in the 40-yard dash, but was not placed. Harold H. Weekes, the Columbia half back, entered in the shot-put and secured second place. The quarter mile run was captured by J. A. McAnerney in 53 seconds, clipping 3 1-5 seconds off the old record, held by G. C. Atkins. C. A. Baker won the mile in the record time of 4 minutes 47 sec onds for the track, while Earle, a prom ising freshman, finished the 40-yard dash in 5 seconds after starting two feet back of the mark. The summary:— Forty-Yard Dash—Won by W. P. S. Earle, J. F. Thompson second, F. V. M. Schimper third, time, 5s. 440-Yard Run—Won by J. A. McAnerney O. M. Bishop second, C. B. Marshall third! time, 53s. One-Mile Run—Won by C. A. Baker, A. Sciiwitzer second, C. L. Sharps third, time 4m. 47s. High Jump—Won by A. H. Boehm, 6 feet 6Vi inches; R. Hamilton, 5 feet 4 inches, second; B. Ernst third, 5 feet 3 inches. Putting Sixteen-Pound Shot—Won by R. B. Johnston with a put of 39 feet; H. H. Weekes, second, with a put of 36 feet 9 inches; S. P. Nash,' third, with 36 feet S inches. Pole Vault—Won by E. Whitaker, with a vault of 9 feet 3 inches; J. B. Smith, Jr., second, from scratch, with 9 feet 6 inches and A. Whitaker, third, with 9 feet. BASEBALLCHAUENGES. Favorites Want Gams With Colum bia A. C. and Woodward F, C. The Favorite A. C., of Newark, would like to close its schedule for 1901 with uni formed teams 17 to IS years of age willing to play for a side bet on Sundays and holiday*. The following teams are pre CURES WEAK MEN FREE Send Name and Address Today—You Gan Have it Free and Be Strong and Vigorous for Life. IN3UKES LOVE AND A HAPPY HOME, L. W. KNAPP, M. D. How any man may quickly cure himseit after years of suffering from sexual weak ness, lost vitality, varicocele, etc. Simply send your name and address to Dr. L. W. Knapp, 2441 Hull Bldg., Detroit, Mich., and he will gladly send the free receipt with full directions so that any man may easily cure himself at home. This is cer tainly a most generous offer and the fol lowing extracts taken from his daily mail show what men think of his generosity:— “Dear Sir—Please accept my sincere thanks for yours of recent date. I have given your treatment a thorough test and the benefit has been extraordinary. It has completely braced me up. I am just as vigorous as when a boy and you can not realize how happy I am." “Dear Sir—Your method worked beauti fully. Results were exactly what I need ed. Strength and vigor have completely returned and enlargement is entirely satisfactory.” “Dear Sir—Yours was received and I had no trouble in making use of the receipt as directed and can truthfully say it is a boon to weak men. I am greatly im proved in size, strength and vigor.” All correspondence is strictly confi dential, mailed in plain, sealed envelope. The receipt is free for the asking and he wants every man .to have it. ferred:—'Bedfords of Yorkville, Elysian F. C. of Hoboken, Woodward F. C. of Jersey City, Elmore A. C. of Astoria, Comet A. C. of Long Island City, Columbia A. C. of Jersey City, Seaside A. C. of Stapleton, S. I.; Clover A. C. of New York, St. John’s A. A. and Prospect F. C. of The Bronx, Millbrooks of Newark, Ellwoods of New York, Clover A. C. of Brooklyn, Priscil las, Superba B. B. C. of Brooklyn, May flowers of the Catholic Protectory, Elair A. C. of Newark and Tiger A. C. of Tre mont. The Favorites also would like to hear from W. Feldtmann, manager of the Monarch A. C. of Brooklyn, in regard to the challenge sent to him. The Favorites will open their season with the Red Cross A. C. of Brooklyn on April 14. Address J. A. Curran, No. 214 Lafayette street, Newark. The Clover A. C„ formerly the Orient F. C. of Brooklyn, would like to hear from a strong infielder, a pitcher and a catcher willing to play on Saturdays and holidays at Prospect Park, and would like to book games with the Tigers, Clintons. Moni tors, Avon A. C., Hastings B. B. C., Ell woods, Superba B. B. C. of St. (Mark’s avenue, Brooklyn; Cedars, Red Cross, Acorns, Inwoods, Colonials, Decaturs and teams of like strength. Address Howard C. Evans, P. O. box 1,163, New York City. LETTS A WINNER. Hoboken Skater Disposes of a Big Field in One Mile Handicap. Frank Letts, Hoboken’s star skater, was in prime form last night when he started in lh,e one mile handicap at the Claiemont Rink. He easily won from the big field of starters and received a great ovation from the large crowd of specta tors. Le Roy See, of the New York Athletic Club, met Harry P. McDonald of the Hef fley School Athletic Association of Brook lyn, in their long anticipated match race. See won the toss and selected the half mile race first for the opening contest, al of three of which were in the pursuit style. See won easily by forty yeards. In the half mile race that followed McDon ald won. They tosed for choice of decid ing race and See again won. He made it a mile and won by ten yards. TO SARAH C. LEWIS,’ WILLIAM K. LEWIS, her husband; Auin Louisa Culver, Delos B. Culver, her husband; Franklin J. Mallory, individually and as surviving executor of will of Janies Mallory, dec'd, and Cordelia C. Mallory, his wife; Harriet R. Hobbs, widow; Emily V. Smith, William H. Smith, her hus band, and Th'e Hud&on Connecting: Rail way Company. You are hereby notified that at a public sale made by the City Collector of Jersey City, on the 36th day of April, 1892, The Mayor and Aldermen of Jersey City purchased for the sum of seventy-six dollars and ninety-two cents ALL the land and real estate situate in Jersey City, in the County of Hudson and State of New Jersey, fronting on Yale avenue, which Is laid down and designated as lots 22 and 23, in block number 656, upon an assessment map annexed to a report number 69, made by the “Commissioners of Adjustment” appointed in and for said City by the Circuit Court of the County of Hudson, a certified copy of which report and map was filed in the office of the City Collector of Jersey City, on the 14th day of April, 1891, 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 30ch, 18SG, entitled ad acc concerning me settlement ana col lection of arrearages of unpaid taxes, as sessments and water rates or water rents In cities of this State, and imposing and levying a tax, assessment and lien in lieu and instead of such arrearages, and to en force 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 sa.d land and real estate, and unless the said land and real estate shall be redeemed, as provided in said acts, before the expiration of six months from and after the service hereof, a deed for the game will be given conveying to The Mayor and Aldermen of Jerkey City, the fee simple of said land and real estate, according to the provisions of the said act. Dated Jersey City, N. J., January 10th, 1001. THE MAYOR AND ALDERMEN OP JER SEY; CITY. E. HOGS, (Seal.) Mayor. Attest- M. J. O’DONNELL, City Clerk. (gale No 2759.) NOTICE IS HERBY GIVEN THAT~A writ of attachment at the suit of Schaefer & Sons Malting Company (a cor poration) against the rights and credits, moneys and effects, goods and chattels, lands and tenements, of Philip Adler, a non-resident debtor, for the sum of two thousand dollars, issued out of the Hud son County Circuit Court, on the twenty fourth day of November, nineteen hun dred, and was returned into court, duly executed by the Sheriff of the County of Hudson on the 26th day of November, nineteen hundred. Dated December 17th, 1900. MAURICE J. STACK, Clerk LINDLY M. GERRIJOX. ^ . .. • > A M USJEMJEJSTS. ACADEMYOFMUSie FRANK E. HENDERSON.Manager Price—15c. to 75c. Matinees, 15c. to 50c. Even’gs at 8:10; Wed. and Sat. mat. at 2:10 Oil TOE SUWANEE RIVER Next week—“Near the Throne.” Bon Ton Theatre ALL THIS WEEK, THE Gay Morning Glories. PRICES. 10 TO 50 CENTS [WATCHES Air AND \|R DIAMONDS, ijpld $i DOWN-WEEKLY PAYMENTS AMERICAN WATCHES, ladies' and gent’s sizes, plain and fancy engraved eases; WALTHAM, ELGIN, NEW' YORK STANDARD and SETH THOMAS MAKES. Every one guaranteed SOLID 14-KARAT GOLD, stiffened and warrant ed for 20 YEARS' ACTUAL SERVICE. Can be returned within one year if un satisfactory. BEAUTIFUL DIAMOND RINGS, pure white and very brilliant, ladies' 'and gent's styles guaranteed SOL ID 14-KARAT GOLD hand made mount ings. "Full value allowed within one year." These watches and diamonds are never sold for less than $45.00 by any in stallment house. This month we will sell them lor $15 EACH. A payment of $1 DOWN AND $1 WEEKLY' PAYMENTS will secure them. You will never have this chance again. KEENE'S WATCH STORE. 140 FULTON ST., NEW YORK (near Nassau St.). Hours 8 A. M. to 6 P. M. WATCHES CLEANED OR MAIN SPRING, $1. Hotica of Application for Licenses 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 persona for Licenses to sell Spirituous, Vinous, Malt and Brewed Liquors, at the following named places In Jersey City:— Restaurants. FIRST WARD. Henry Lutjen, 1 Provost street; resi dence, 82 Morris street. FOURTH WARD. Alexander Graham, 211 Montgomery street; residence, 218 York street. FIFTH WARD. Diedalo Bacearo, 341 Newark avenue; residence, 341 Newark avenue. Daniel Carlos, 432 Second street; resi dence, 255 Provost street. EIGHTH WARD. Herman Brauer, 684 Ocean avenue; residence, 172 Monticello avenue. TWELFTH WARD. Henry Rabe, 49 Paterson street; resi dence, 37 Manhattan avenue. Wholesale Dealers. SEVENTH WARD. Henry F. Drewes, 118 Danforth avenue; residence, 102 Harrison avenue. Beer Bottlers. THIRD WARD. Herz Brothers, 176 Newark avenue; resi dence, 176 Newark avenue. Restaurant Transfers. FIRST WARD. Wm. Connor, 54 Essex street; residence, 54 Essex street. SECOND WARD. Anton J. Turski, 116 Pavonia avenue; residence, 116 Pavonia avenue. Theodore Link, .322 Ninth street; resi dence, 322 Ninth street. FOURTH WARD. Harry Sherman, 276 Grand street; resi dence, 80 Jefferson street, Hoboken. /■ ‘ SIXTH WARD. August Grandjean, 219 Pacific avenue; residence, 213 Pacific avenue. EIGHTH WARD. William Ashmore, 56 Kearny avenue; residence, 56 Kearny avenue. ELEVENTH WARD. James Dunne, 73 Hancock avenue; resi dence, 171 Webster avenue. TWELFTH WARD. Filippo Taborelli, 1205 Summit avenue; residence, 1205 Summit avenue. William J. Barr, 601 Palisade avenue; residence, 601 Palisade avenUe. By order of the Board of Aldermen. M. J. O’DONNELiL, City Clerk. City Clerk's Office, Jersey City, N. J., February 7, 1901. NOTICE TO CREDITORS—ESTATE OF William Bush, deceased; Louise Bush, administratrix of William Bush, deceased; by order of the Surrogate of Hudson County, dated October 19th, 1900. hereby * Commercial Trust Company or Mew Jessex 55 Montgomery Street, (Temporary Office.) CAPITAL AND SURPLUS. $1,000,000. JOHN W. HARDENBERGH. President. GEORGE W. YOUNG. I t ROBERT & ROSS, f Vice-Presidents. OSCAR L. GUBELMAN, Sec’y and Treas. INTEREST PAID ON CHECK ACCOUNTS. Loans money on Bond and Mortgage and Approved Securities. Executes orders for the purchase and sale of investment Securities Acts as Trustee, Transfer Agent and Registrar for Corporations. As Administrator, Guardian and Trustee for Individuals. _CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. FORTHENEWYEAR i£ you have been drinking mongrel whiskeys this year, of course you are not feeling well. Turn Over a New Leaf. Drink only OLD GROW RYE It Is a atraight Ken tucky Hand-Made Sour Mash Whiskey, and 1» pure and wholeaome. Gold Medal awarded at Paris Exposition, 1900. for quality. H. B. KIRK & CO. WINV MEwCHAWTg. TV. Y. hye Uiasstib rr^G THIS WEEK our opticians will examine your eyes and sell you a pair of our $2.50 gold spring eyeglasses for $1, and glee you a gold plated eyeglass chain with a safety hook, also . leather case, “absolutely free.” It’s a $3.50 outfit for $1. Spectacles at the same price. KEENE’S OPTICAL COMPANY, s 140 PULTON ST., NEW YORK. (Near Nassau street.) _Hours 8 A. M. to 6 P. M. MONEY TO LOAN. IF YOU I on Furniture. Pl caN'T CALL, i anos and all kinds WRITE US!| of Household -- Goods. You have ’he use of the money and goods and can pay it back in weekly or monthly pay ments. Easy payment reduces the prin cipal and interest. C. J. IGOE, Room 1, 47 Montgomery Street, Jersey City. Hud son Tel. No. 114. TO FRKDKR.LCK *1. LAiMtAdix^, Lancaster, ilia,wife; Asa N. Lancaster, Laura Lancaster, his wife; Cyrus R. Sargent and Frank H. Webster, individually and as ex ecutors under the will of Horace Webster, dec’d; Kate W. Sargent, wife of Cyrus R. Sargent; Minnie W. Gove, Charles A. Gove, her husband, and Horace Webster:— You are hereby notified that at a public ■ale made by the City Collector of Jersey City, on the 6th day of October, 1856, The Mayor and Aldermen of Jersey City purchased for the sum of eighty-one dollars and thirty-six cents ALL the land and real estate situate In Jersey City, in the^County of Hudson and 6tate of New Jersey, fronting on Pavonia ave nue, which Is laid down and designated as lots 11 and 12, in block number 66—1611, upon an assessment map annexed to d report num ber 101, made by the “Com»iissioner» of Ad justment” appointed in and for said City by the Circuit Court of the County of Hudson a certified copy of which report and map wv. filed in the office of the City Collector of Jersey City, on the 3d day of September, 1895, said report and map and said sale being made pur- i ■uant to the provisions of an act of the Leg islature of New Jersey, passed March 30th, 1886, entitled:— “An Act concerning tne settlement ana coi*. lection cf arrearages of unpaid taxes, as sessments and water rates or water rents in cities of this State, and imposing amd levying a tax, assessment and lien In lieu and instead of such arrearages, »nd to en force the payment thereof, and to provids for the sale of lands subjected co future taxation and assessment.” And the several supplements thereto. And you are Turtner notified that yon 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 said acts, before the expiration of six months from and aftei the service hereof, a deed for th« 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 City, N. J., August 3d. 1900. FRANK JONES. Assierr*®e of Purchaser. (Sale No. «954.) CORPORATION NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that on the 29th day of January, 1901, the Commissioners of Assess ment 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 CONGRESS STREET, from Summit avenue to Hudson Boulevard, in accordance with petition previously presented to said Board on the 17th day of January, 1900, and conformably to the provisions of Chapter 217 of the Laws 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 thereof are included in said assessment, namely:— CONGRESS STREET, from Hudson Boulevard to Summit avenue. HUDSON BOULEVARD, on the east side, from Congress street tb points about 28.8 feet north and south thereof. SUMMIT AVENUE, on the west side, from Congress street to points 25 feet north thereof. And that in accordance with the provisions of the Act above cited, the 11th day of Febru ary, 1901, at 2 o’clock P. M., and the Assembly 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, consider and adjudicate upon all objections to the confirmation of said final assessment map and report that may be pres ented in writing. ■ . By order of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners. WM. A. TOLSON, Clerk Pro Tem. Dated Jersey City, February 1, 1901. IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY. To Albert E. Miller:— By virtue of an order of the Court of Chancery of New Jersey, made on the day of the date hereof, In a matter wherein Carrie Jessie Miller is petitioner, you are required to appear and answer the said petition on or before the sixth day of March next, or in default thereof such order or decree will be made on such petition as the Chancellor shall think equitable and just. The said petition Is filed praying the order or decree of the Court that the pe titioner during the separation between herself and you, her husband, and the continuation of your neglect and refusal to support her, may sell, convey, mort gage or lease any interest, estate or right in any real property of the title to which she is seized, except such as may have come to her by gift through or from you, her said husband, in the same man ner and with like effect as if she were sole and unmarried. MCDERMOTT & FISK, Solicitors for Petitioner, 243 Washington Street, Jersey City, N. J. ^DatedFebniarytjlSOh^^^^^^^^^^ IN CHANCERY OP NEW JERSEY. To Henry Bacon. By virtue of an order of the Court of Chan cery of New Jersey, made on the day of the date hereof. In a cause wherein Mary D. Bacon is petitioner and you are defendant, you are required to appear and answer to the petit ioner's petition on or before the first day of April next, or that in default thereof such de cree will be made against you as the Chancel lor shall think equitable and Just. The said petition is filed against you for a divorce from the bond of matrimony. Dated January 31, 1901. J. HERBERT POTTS, Solicitor of Petitioner, ~ ’aragfe „ i,tMgsiafe,., tv r- ■ -H- m CORPORATION NOTICE SSrici^TO^CONTRACTORS.'™-" Sealed proposals will be received by the Board of Street and Water Commissioners, on Monday, February 11, 1901, at 2 o’clock P. M., in the Assembly Chamber of the City Hall, for the IMPROVEMENT OF FRElMOiNT STREET, from Montgomery street to Academy etreet. Said improvement to be made conformably the provisions of Chapter 217 of the Laws of 1895, and in accordance with specifications on file in the o.ffice of the Clerk of said Board. Blank forms of bid and agreement of sure ties must be obtained at the office of the Chief Engineer. City Hall, Jersey City. N. J. ESTIMATE OF QUANTITIES. 100% Standard of Cost. About 425 cubic yards of earth excavation, per cubic yard ..... $.10 i About 5 cubic yards of rock excavation, per cubic yard ... 2.00 About 735 cubic yards of earth filling, per cubic yard ....'. 30 About 456 cubic yards of sand filling, per cubic yard . 1.15 About 1,850 square yards of belgian pav ing, per square yard . 1.25 About 975 lineal feet of curbstone, per lineal foot .65 About 660 square feet of bridgestone, peT square foot .. 45 About 3,645 square feet of flagging, per square foot . 15 About 120 squaj*e yards of repaving, per square yard . 30 About 350 lineal feet of reset and dressed curbstone, per lineal foot.20 About 300 square feet of relaid and dressed bridgestone, per square foot.05 About 1,330 square feet of relaid and dressed flagstone, per square foot.02 About 3 receiving basin heads to be reset, eacn . 5.00 About 4 manhole heads to be reset, each.. 2.00 About 2 new receiving basins and connec tions complete, at . 85.00 About 1 new manhole head complete, at.. 25.00 About 3 water gate boxes to be reset, each . 2.00 Time allowed for the completion of the work, 50 working days. The making of the above improvement and award of the contract therefor will be sub ject to the remonstrance of the owners of the property liable to more than one-half the as sessment therefor on the basis of preliminary sketch. Proposals must be enclosed in sealed en velopes, endorsed ‘‘Proosals for the Improve ment of Fremont Street,” directed to “Mr. James S. Nolan, Chairman of the Committee on Streets and Sewers,” and handed to the Clerk of the Board in open meeting when called for in the order of business relating to sealed pro posals. The bonds required to be furnished on pro posals (and a possible subsequent contract) are those of some surety company authorized to do business in the State of New Jersey. Bidders must state a single fixed percentage ! of the hundred per cent, standard above quoted for which they will furnish all materials and ! do all the work comprehended in specifications, j and if final award of contract be made the per cent, so stated will form the basis upon which payment will be made for all items. The Board may, under the provisions of the act above cited, exercise its right to reject any or all proposals. The attention of bidders is especially called to Section 7, Chapter 134 of the Laws of 1891, under the terms whereof no contract shall be binding upon the city or become effective or operative until the bonds offered by the con tractor have been approved as to sufficiency by this Board and as to form by the Corpora tion Counsel, the President of this Board hav ing the power to examine the proposed bonds men under oath. By order of the Board of Street and V'ater Commissioners. GEO. T. BOUTON, Clerk. Dated Jersey City, February 1, 1901. CORPORATION NOTICE, Notice is hereby given that on the 16th day 1 of October, 1900, application was made to the Board of Street and Water Commissioners oy John A. Sheppard and others for the IMPROVEMENT OF TENTH STREET, from Erie street to Jersey avenue (excepting that portion which is now paved). Said improvement to be made conformably to the provisions of Chapter 217 of the Law? of 1895 and in the following manner, including all intersections:— To have the street for the full width thereof graded to the established grade by excavating or filling to the established grade. To have the present cuhb reset and new 20-inch curb set where necessary. To have the present flagging relaid and new flagging laid where necessary. To have the carriageway paved with Belgian pavement. To have new bridgestone crosswalks laid. To have the present bridgestoae crosswalks relaid and new bridgestone laid where neces sary. And all other work done that may be neces sary to provide for the flow of the surface water and to complete the Improvement in a good and substantial manner. Notice is also given that on the 29th day of January, 1901, the Commissioners of Assess ment'filed in the office of the ■ Clerk of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners their preliminary map for said Improvement, showing the probable total cost of the con templated improvement and the probable amount to be assessed on property specially benefited thereby, and the same is now open to public inspection In the office of the Clexa of said Board. And notice Is also given that the fallowing streets or avenues or particular sections there of are included in said, assessment, namely:— TENTH STREET, from Jersey avenue to Erie street. JERSEY AVENUE, on the east side, from Tenth street to points 50 feet north and 25 feet south thereof. ERIE STREET. on the west side, from Tenth street to a point 25 feet north thereof. And that in accordance with the provisions of the Act above cited, the 11th day of Febru ary, 1901, at 2 o’clock P. M., and the As sembly Chamber of the City Hall are hereby fixed as ihe 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 saidr proposed improvement that may be pre sented in writing. By order of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners. GEORGE T. BOUTON. Clerk. Dated Jersey City, February 1, 1901. CORPORATION NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that on the 29th day of January. 1901, the Commissioners of Assessment 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 UNION STREET, from Garfield avenue to Arlington ave nue, in accordance with petition previous ly presented to said Board on the 8th day of May, 1900, and conformably to the pro visions of Chapter 217 of the Laws of 1895, and the same la now open to public in spection in the office of the Clerk of said Board. And notice le also given that the fol lowing streets or avenues or particular sections thereof are included in said as sessment, namely:— UNION STREET, from Arlington avenue to Garfield ave nue. ARLINGTON AVENUE, on the southeast side, from Union street to points 28.16 feet northeast and 25.02 feet southwest thereof, RANDOLPH AVENUE, from the Newark and N. Y. R. R. to a point 230.44 feet northeast of Union street. GARFIELD AVENUE, on the northwest side from Union street to points 25.02 feet northeast and 25.57 feet southwest thereof. And that in accordance with the pro visions of the Act above cited, the 11th day of February, 1901, at 2 o’clock P. M., and the Assembly 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, consider and adjudicate up on all objections to the confirmation of said final assessment map and report that may be presented in writing. ,JJy order of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners. WM. A. TOLSON. "Clerk pro tem. Dated Jersey, Ctty. Feb. 1, 1901. AN easy way to FURNISH A HOME. INVESTIGATE_ OUR CREDIT PLAN High back cane seat chair j the comfortable kind Golden Oak finish. 98o. Cooking Range nickle trimmings—Bright and attractive. _7-50 PARLOR SUIT PARLOR SUIT, 5 pieces, Mahoganized frame upholstered in Damask,. SB22.oO Card Table in Oak with Strong Shelf 39c. .. Clock strike hour and half hour cathedral gong fancy shape 4.50 - Mullins & Sons NEWARK AVENUE and GROVE STREET, HA1 JLJi OAUS. Pennsylvania RAILROAD. iHE STANDARD ilAhWAl OF AMERICA IN EFFECT JANUARY 14, 1901. Trains leave Jersey City as follows:— - FOR THE WEST. S.16 A. M. daily, Fast Mail, limited to two Buffet Parlor Cars, Jersey City to Pittsburg. Steeping Car Pittsburg to Chicago. (Wo j coacnes to Pittsburg.) 8.44 A. M., daily. Fast Line, with Buffet Parlor Car for Pittsburg. Pullman Sleeping >^ar Pittsburg to Cleveland. 10.14 A. M., daily, tne celebrated Pennsyl- j vania Limited, the pioneer of this class of the . service, composed exclusively of Pullman Ves- ; ubuie Compartment, Sleeping, Dining, Observ ation, and Smoking Cars, lighted by stationary and movable electric lights, for Pittsburg. Chicago, Cleveland, Toieuo, Indianapolis, Louisville, St. Louis and Cincinnati. 2.14 P. M., daily, Chicago and at. Louis Ex press, with Vestibule sleeping and Dining Cars to St. Louis and Chicago. Connects for Toledo. Through Sleeping Car to Louis vilie (via Cincinnati). 6.13 P. M., daily, St. Louis Express for Pittsburg, Colugnbus, Indianapolis, Louisville and St. Louis. Pullman Sleeping Car to St. I Louis. 6.15 P. M., daily, Western Express, with Ves tibule Sleeping Cars, to Pittsburg and Chicago. For Toledo, except Saturday. Dining Car. 8.14 P. M.. daily, Pacific Express, Pullman Sleeping Car to Pittsburg anu Chicago. Con nects for Cleveland, except Saturday. Daily for Knoxville. Tenn., via Shenandoah Valley Route. 8.44 P. M., dally, Cleveland and Cincinnati Express. Pullman Ve'stibuie Sleeping Cars to Pittsburg, Cleveland and Cincinnati. Dining Car. BALTIMORE, WASHINGTON AND THE SOUTH. For Baltimore, Washington and the South at 8.15, 8.44, 9.16. 10-32 (Dining Car), 11.14 (Dining Car) A. 54.; 1.14. L16 (.Dining Car), 2.32 (3.44 Congressional Limited, Parlors Cars and Penn sylvania Railroad Dining Car), 3.45, 4.45 (Din ing Car), 5.14 (Dining Car) and 9.44 P. M. and 12 30 night. On Sunday, 8.44, 9.15, 11.14 (Dining Car) A. M., 1.14. 1.15 (.Dining Car), (.,.44 Con gressional Limited, Parlor Cars and Pennsyl vania Railroad Dining Car), 3.45, 4.45 (Dining Car), 5.14 (Dining Car), and 9.44 P. M. and 12.30 night. _ .. _ Southern Railway—r turtua Limited, 1.00 P. M. week days. Express 3.45, 4.45 P. M., 12 30 night daily, Norfolk and Western Railway — For Memphis and New Orleans, 3.45 P. M. ^Atlantic Coast Line—Florida Special, 2 33 P. M. week days. Express 9.15 A. M. a!nd 9 44 P. M. daily. Chesapeake and Ohio Railway—g.15 a. M. week days and 5.14 P. M. dally. Seaboard Air Lane—Florida and Metro politan Limited, 1.15 P. M. daily. Ex press 12.30 A. M. daily. P FOR PHILADELPHIA. Express for Philadelphia. 6.33. 7.44, 7.43. 8.15. c 44 9 15. 9-44 <1014 Pennsylvania Limited), 10 32 and 11.14 (Dining Car) A M.; 12 15, 1.14, 1 15 2.32, 3.13, 3.4a>,4.12. 4.44, 4.4 a, a. 14-and 6.13 (Dining Car), 6.1a (D.ning Oar), 8.14, S.44, 9 14 9 44 P. M. and 12.30 night. Sunday, 6 34’ 8.44, 9.15, 9.44 ■ (10.14 Pennsylvania Limited), 10.16, 11.14 (D.ning Car) A. M. 114 1.15, 2.14 (Dining Car). 3.45, 4.13, 4.45, (Dining Car). 5.14 (Dining Car), 6.13 (Din lne Car), 6.15 (Dining Car), 814 8.44, 9.14. 9 P M. and 12.30 night. Accommoda tion, 11.15 A. M., 4 52 and 7.15 P. M. week davs Sundays, 5.1a and (.la P. M. Far Atlantic City, 12.30 and 11.14 A. \f.. 1.14. 2 32 P M. (10.13 A.M. ar.d 3.14 P.M. thiough Vestihuled Trains, Buffet Parlors Cars, Pas»en ... Coach, and Combined Coach) week-days, and 12.3# and 6.34 A. M. Sundays. For Atlantic City via Delaware River Bridge Route, 6.33 A. M. and 4 45 P M. week day's; 6 34 A. M. and 4.4a P.. M. Sundays. For Cape May, 12.39 a. M., 1.15 P. M. week days- 12.30 A. M. Sundays. For Long Branch, Asbury Park, Ocean Grove, Point Pleasant and intermediate stations, vit Rahway. 9.16 A. M., 1.02, 3.52 and 5.33 P. M. On Sunday 10 A. M., 5.28 P. M. (Stop at Interlaken for Asbury Park or Ocean Grove on Sunday.) „ The New York Transfer Company will call for and check baggage from ar.d to hotels and residences. _ J. B. HUTCHINSON, J. R, WOOD, Gen'l Manager. Oen'l Passenger Ageut _BAILEOAOS. WEST-rSMORE -RAILROAD™ PICTURESQUE LIKE OF TRAVEL TO TU\ KuKia AND WEST. THE NIAGARA FALLS ROUTE. 'Trains leave Franklin street (North River* station, New Vera, as follows, ana mieeft inmates iater from tout Yv'. 42u »u«et, N. K» Terminal station at Wsehawxea, N. J., caa be lexcned via tram* ot N. J. J. Rd., ieavrng Beiur. .R. R. at Jersey City:— Aila A. xi. daily for Haverstraw, West Point, Cornwall, Newburgh, Kingston and Albany. 7:10 A. M. daily. Albany and Montreal. 11:20 A. AI. daily, except Sunday, i’©» Cranston’s, West Point, Kingston, New Paltz, Baxes Alohouk and Alixmewaska. Catsaul Mountains, Albany, Saratoga aad Bak* Beorge and Uuca. Pariar Car U Al bany. f Jlj-W 3?' ?•> Chicago Express, daily. * * At’’ Continentai Limited, dally, -o* -d-loany. East Utica, Syracuse, Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Cleveland, Detroit. Chicago and St. Bonis. Arrives Chicago anc| St. L*ouis next ai'iemooa. Dining Car at* tached. D. 3:46 P. M. daily, except Sunday, for Com gera, Cranston’s, West Point. Cornwall, New* „ £xUr£.n a?d intermediate *tations to Albany. 6:20 P M. :3d P. M. W. 42d st.), Chicago and St. Louis Limited, daily, for Montreal, Utica, Syracuse, Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Toronto. Detroit, Cleveland, Chicago and St. Louis 3:00 P. M. daily, except Sunday, for Utica, Syracuse. Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, o.“a7}Ut?”’ Toronto, Detroit and St. BeuU. B.2U P. AJ.^ (9:20 P. M. W. 42d st.) daily fer Albany, Syracuse, Rochester. Buffalo, Nias* aia I'aUs, Toronto, Detroit, Cleveland aad Chicago, E\ Brooklyn Annex:—B. 1!:4S A. il., D, 2:45 P. YI. Jersey City, P.R.S. Statiun:—B, U:20 A. it; D, *:35 P. M. Haverstraw Locals: -1-6:45 A. M.; -1-2:25, •4:20 (YV. 42d st. 4:30‘p. MJ “o:2<> (Yv! *)• 5.:30 P. M.J, -|-6:00, -|-7:25, l[16:«l and •11:30 P. M. N?,w™urgh Locals: -|-8:30, *10:09 A. if.; *1:00, -|-o:00, *6:20 P. M. (6:30 YV. 42d »L» Kingston Local: -|-1:00 P. M. •Daily. ilSunuays on!v. -|-Except Sunday. Pullman Sleeping Oars tor Ai'oxny. Utica. Syracuse, Rochester, Buffalo. Niagara Falls. train'll1' CIevelaai1 and Chicago on through Westeott’e Express check baggage threurh to destination. For Cab or Carriage ’phone 9W, 83 th. For tickets, time-tables, parlor and sleeping car accommodations >r Information antiy offices: Brooklyn, Nos. 33S, 343, 72* Fulton street; Annex Office foot of Fulton ,,,rr— New York City: Nos. 113. 339. 971 and 1*11 Broadway. No. 133 West One Hundred and Twenty-rtfth street, and at stations. C. E. LAI.fRRRT Gen’I Passenger Agent Grand Central Station, New YerK. LEHIGH VALLEY Trains arrive and depart from P. R. R. Statio*. + Dally except Sunday. Other trains dally, a Sunday leaves 5.29 P. M. • Leave Jersey City Arrive Jersey City 7 34 am.Easton Local. 8.36 a m 8 35 am ..Buffalo and Western hx press.. 9.16 a X +12 44 p M BLACK DIAMOND EXPRESS- +9.56 P X 1.05 PxMauch Chunk & Hazleton Local+10.48 a y +4 22 p m Wilkes-Barre and Scranton Exp. tl 01 r v aj.33 pm.Mauch Chunk Local. 4.1V p ' .C+eneva and Ithaca Local. +5.38 p 6.24 p x Chicago & Toronto Vestibule Rxp. 8.08 p y 8.15 pm... EXPOSITION EXPRESS .... 1.88 A • *9.15 p x Ithaca, Buffalo and Western Exp.^ 1.38 a m Pullman Cars on all express trains, j SOUTH PLAINFIELD and BOUND BROOK locals, dally except Sunvlay: 9.58 A. M . 4,88, 6.SS and9 45 P. M. Tfckers and Pullman accommodations at PennsyL ! vania Railroad Station. i. 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