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SPORTS AND
SPORTSMEN
Griffin Field Club Won a
Baseball Game From
Suffers Athletic
Club. I
NEWS OF 1 WHEELMEN
Jftrogrammes at Many Tracks
—Tennis Championship
Association Football
—Notes.
Arrayed in their new uniforms, the
Griffin Field Club baseball nine visited
the Suffers Athletic Ctlib at their home
and the two played the second game of
the season, Sunday afternoon. A large
crowd was on hand to watch the contest
and they enjoyed it very much. The
game was one of the most interesting
that has* been played in this county be
tween amateur teams this season. The
Griffin players showed superior batting
•biiity and in fact had something the
best of it at every turn, but they won by
one run with a very small score. The
pitching of Hayes and Laughlin was the
feature of the game. The score:—
GRIFFIN F. C.
R. H. P.O. E.
Farrell, cf . 110 0
Kelly, If . 0 10 0
Loughlin, ss .0 1 2 0
Reidy, rf . 0 0 0 0
Newark, 2b . 0 2 1 0
McIntyre, 3b .0 1 f- ! 1
Verbout, lb . 1 2 ' 10 0
Hayes, p . 12 3 0
Maher, c . 1 1 2 0
Loughlin, p . 0 0 0 0
Total .4 11 21 1
SUFFERS A. C.
R. H. P.O. E.
Hunter, rf .0 1 0 0
O’Brien. If . 10 10
Black, ss . 113 2
Condy, cf .. 0 0 0 0
Brock. 3b . 0 1 I'll
Blifflng, c . 0 0 2 1
Bingo, lb . 0 0 8 0
Frits, 2b . 12 2 0
Devert, p . 0 0 4 0
Total . 3 5 21 4
Sriffin F. C.2 1 0 1 0 0 0-4
Suffers A. C.-.0 1 0 0 0 1 1—3
John McGraw’s Baltimore American
League team will play the Hoboken Club
next Sunday at St. George's Cricket
Grounds, Hoboken. The game should
prove an interesting one, as the Hobo
kens gave the Boston American Leaguers
a good fight last Sunday.
news ofIhTwheelmen
Rain Spoils Sport—Pro
grammes for Asbury,
Manhattan and Vails
burg Tracks.
ytain interrupted a splendid programme
’ or bicycles races at the Stadium yester
day afternoon. It was the second day
of the two weeks' meet of the best ama
teur and professional riders in the coun
ty, under the auspices of the Pan-Ameri
tan Exhibition and the National Cycling
Association. The flyers had covered
:welve and a half miles in the one-hour ;
jnpaced amateur championship when the
rain began to fall, rendering the track so
slippery that it was dangerous to con
tinue.
The distance was covered in twenty-nine
gninutes. The judges stopped the race, and
the remaining thirty-one minutes will be
finished today. The winner of the most
laps up to the time the race wast stopped
was George Wiley of Troy.
Great interest was taken in the one
third mile national amateur championship
event, and the feeling among the riders
ran high. Four men still were in the
semi-finals yesterday. -Marcus Hurley of
New York defeated F. A. Moore of Deer
Park, Ont„ in a loafing contest, their
time being 1:06 2-5. The summaries:—
Quarter-Mile National Amateur Cham
pionship—First Grand Semi-Final—Won by
Marcus Hurley, New York A. C.: J. T.
Ingraham, Chelsea, Maes., second. Time—
0:42.
Second Grand Semi-Final—Won by F.
!H. Denny, (Buffalo; Luce Downing, San
Jose, Cal., second. Time—0:32 2-5.
Final—Won by Marcus Hurley; F. H.
Denny, second. Time—0:34 3-5.
One-third Mile National Amateur Cham
pionship-First Grand Semi-Final—Won by
Marcus Hurley, New York; F. A. Moore,
Deer Park, Ont., second. Time—1:06 2-5.
Second Grand Semi-Final—Won by F.
H. Denny, Buffalo; J. T. Ingraham,
Chelsea, second. Time—0:46.
So many or the riders wno were pre
vented from completing last Sunday’s
Veterans' century run, by accidents to
their wheels and tires in the storm that
raged for three hours at midday, have
expressed their disappointment at their
failure, through no fault of their own, to
win one of the much admired Jeweled
medals awarded to all who linished. and
requested another opportunity to ride for
It, that It has been decided to repeat the
run next Sunday, starting from Bedford
Rest, Brooklyn, at 7 A. M.
All who entered for last Sunday’s big
event and failed to qualify for medals,
will be permitted to ride next Sunday
without re-entering, by using the badges
originally issued to them. In addition,
any rider who has not entered and now
wishes to take part In the run, may en
ter any day this week with C. P. Stau
bach, No. 25 West Forty-second street,
Manhattan, New York City, or at thp
start next Sunday morning from six to
.eight A M. The run will bo all in one di
vision, unless the number of new entries
is so great as to make it necessary tc
add a 7:30 A. M. division. Captain Stau
baeb and a corps of experienced pace
makers will lead the riders over the same
course used last Sunday at the customer*
twelve miles an hour pace. Medals will
be readv at the finish for all who qualify.
One of the biggest novelties ever Intro
duced on the cycle path will be the fea
ture at Manhattan Beach next Saturday
afternoon. Manager Brady has arranged
a series of heat races between the lead
ing pace followers, and as races of this
description are new In this locality, they
will likely attract wldesperad attention.
Champion Harry Elkes and Jimmy Mi
chael will ride three heats of one. three
and five miles behind pace, while Bobby
Walthour and “Major” Taylor will also
compete against each other in races of
a like distance and description.
No matter who wins the first or second
trials, all three heats will be run off In
each race, malting six heats in all. As
all four riders are in magnificent form at
present, tile results of these races will
be problematical In the ex'.reme. Taylor
has always been known as a remarkably
fast sprinter either behind a motor or
unpaced, and his mile record of 1.18 Is
still the talk of the cycling world. In
meeting Waltliour he is going against
one of the best pace followers in America
and this pair should furnish an exciting
series of races.
Michael is confident he can defeat Elkes
in short distance events and bases his
confidence on his performance at the
Beach last Saturday afternoon when he
rode the first mile in 1.30 and the second
in 1.31, establishing two new world’s com
petitive records. Besides the paced races
Saturday's programme includes the
Grand Circuit Championship Meet of the
N. C. A., and it is Brady’s intention to
make it another “two shows in one” af
fair.
Ben Munroe, Tom Eek's new racing
star, who recently broke the world's com
petition record for five miles, will have a
more pretentious task than any he has.
yet assumed next Sunday at the Vails
burg board track, when he engages in a
twenty-mile struggle against Arthur
Ross. Roes Is the diminutive Jerseyma'n
who gave Floyd MacFarland, the big
Californian, the race of his life at Vails
burg, June 22 last. He is riding in beau
tiful form at present, and as he always
races best on wooden tracks he can be
expected to push Munroe every inch of
the Journey. In fact there is so little to
choose between the men - that the race
has already provoked interest of an un
usual character.
ine..re vviu ue pruiesrozuzzaz ouu c
sprint races to fill out the programme, a
five-mile handicap and an unlimited pro
fessional pursuit race being the feature®.
Entries cloee tomorrow with Fred W.
Voigt, P. O. box 45, Newark.
A new factor in the competition for the
Grand Circuit championship of the N. C.
A. has appeared in the person of Ivor
Lawson, who recently returned from Aus
tralia, where he won the one mile cham
pionship. Lawson defeated ‘Major”
Taylor and Frank Kramer at Syracuse
the other night, die ie one of the biggest
surprises of the year. He seems at home
in any kind of a race no matter whether
his opponents loaf, manoeuvre, jockey or
cut out a fast gait from the start. Kramer
and Taylor are the leaders in the cham
pionship table in the way of points and
thereby have a 'big advantage over the
new arrival, but Lawson i® liable to over
take the two leaders before long. He
poesesses a remarkable spurt, and in his
race with Kramer outsprinted the Jersey
ite in a way that made all the spectators
look aghast. Kramer ha? always been
considered one of the strongest “finish
ers” in America, and it was not thought
there was a rider on the circuit who
could outride him the way Lawson did
Lawson will start at the big champion
ship meet to be held at Asbury Park to
morrow and will have as opponent® .Tay
lor, Kimble, Kramer, Fenn, Fisher, Wil
son, Freeman, McFarland, Leander and a
score of other crack sprinters. The paced
events in which Harry Elkes, Jimmy
.Michael and others will take part is com
manding considerable attention and will
help make up the biggest day’s eport ever
given in New Jersey. The meet is being
personally looked after by William A.
Brady, who is sparing no expense to make
it a success. _
WHITMAN AND STEVENS.
Will Form Pair in Lawn Tennis
Championship Tourna
ment.
Long Island championship lawn tennis
tournament on the courts of the Meadow
Club began yesterday. The national
champion, Malcolm Douglas Whitman,
Ollie Campbell, a former national title
holder; William A. Larned, the veteran;
William J. Clothier, the Pennsylvania
champion; Edwin P. Larned, the Prince
ton champion,' and Richard Stevens and
R. L. Childs of Yale are among the best
men in the field. R. D. Little and F. D.
Alexander, the Princeton pony team and
winners of the Western doubles cham
pionship at Chicago, withdrew, and will
do but little practice before the Newport
meeting next week. A woman's doubles
and mixed doubles have been tdded to
the programme.
The courts were swept by a strong
easterly breeze, which made it almost im
possible for the players to work their best
strokes with any degree of certainty. An
additional discomfort was a drizzling
l-fain, which made the ball sodden and bal.
bounds resulted. Despite these drawbacks
a large and fashionable gallery was pres
ent to witness the opening matches. The
drawings for the men’s championship sin
gles were as follows:—
W. J. Clothier, Philadelphia, vs. Theo
dore R. Pell, New York; Charles F.
Watson, Jr., Orange, vs. C. T. Richard
son, New York; E. P. Larned, Summit,
vs. J. W. Lee, New York; Beals C.
Wright, Boston, vs. Stewart Walter, New
York Richard Stevens, Hoboken, vs. C.
L. Childs, Boston: Guy Pheips Dodge,
New York, vs. W. P. Bladgden, New
York; Quy P. Sncw, New York, vs. Will
iam A. Larned, Summit: Robert Le Roy,
New York, vs. Ford Huntington, New
York.
Malcolm D. Whitman withdrew from
the singles at the last moment. He will
play in the doubles paired witn Richard
Stevens, with whom he practiced this
morning. Whitman signified his willing
ness to participate in the handicap sin
gles and such an event is being arranged.
Bob Wrenn and George Wrenn sent mes
sages early this morning that they would
be unable to play here.
PHILADELPHIA BEATEN
Wanderers of Halifax Outplayed
Quaker Cricketers in Extra Game.
The Wanderers of Halifax won the re
turn cricket match with the Belmont
eleven of Philadelphia yesterday. It was
not one of the prearranged series, but
was put on to till In the vacant day
caused by the unexpected brevity of the
first match. When stumps were drawn
for the day the score stood 115 to 104 In
favor of the Wanderers. The latter won
the toss and went in first, but they did
not face the bowling of King and Gra
ham, as on the opening day, for these
men were taking a rest, and the Phila
delphians’ bowling was entrusted to Bur
rows, Cos.tes, McAllister and Keenan.
The last two named were the most suc
cessful, McAllister taking four wickets
for forty-five runs, and Keenan four for
thirty-five. Henry went In first for Wan
derers and was the sixth man out, his
score having run up well by timely hit
ting to fifty.
The Philadelphians started their inning
with King and Coates defending the
wickets. The latter was stumped with
only two to his credit. Hurdkch came
next and he put together forty-seven in
a vigorous manner. Burrows made the
second highest score for the visitors, his
nineteen having been made in correct
style. He seemed to be well set when
he was smartly caught and bowled by
Smith from a very hard hit. The visitors
will play the Garrison eleven tomorrow.
FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP
Association Teams to Meet at Buffalo
--American* to Play Canadians.
The Association football championships
will be decided in the Stadium, at Buffalo,
on September 2, 3, 4 and 5. There will be
an American series and a Canadian
series. Each team will play every other
team, the winner of the American series
to play the winner of the Canadian series.
The entries are as follows:—American
teams—World's Fair Association Football
team, St. I.ouis; Fall River Football Club,
Fail River, Mass.; Pawtucket Football
team, Pawtucket, R. I.; P. E. Warfflein,
first and second teams, Trenton. Cana
dian teams—Galt Football team, Galt,
Ont.; Seaforth Hurons, Seaforth, Ont.;
Gore Vale Football team, Toronto, Ont.
EXCURSIONS
ERIE RAILIIOAD.IZIIIy.
SHOHOLA GLEN,
107 miles from New York. 1,000 Feet Above
the Sea.
The most magnificent scenery on the con
tinent. Excellent fishing in the waters of the
beautiful Delaware River.
. $1.00 ROUND TRIP $1.00
Express trains leave Jersey City at 9.15 and
9.45 A. M., returning leave Shohola 3.30 P. M.
and 6.00 P. M.
GREENWOOD LAKE GLENS,
$1.00 ROUND TRIP $1.00
Including Good Dinner, $1.50. Special Express
train leaves Jersey CPy at 10.00 A. M. Choice
of two express trains, returning leave Green
wood Lake Glens. 5.00 P. M. or 7.00 P. M.
On Purity.
People will walk a
dozen blocks to have a
prescription put up by
a druggist of reputa
tion. Many people
find It to their inter
est to use a whiskey
with an enduring rep
utation like
CROW
RYE
If bought at a respect
able store they are
sure of having the
best money will buy.
GOLD M!EDAL AWARDED PARIS, 1900.
H. B. KIRK & CC.
SOLE BOTTLER8.
DN" £2 \A/ "ST*
6PECIAL MASTER’S feALE.
In Chancery of New Jersey.
Between William F. Armstrong, complainant,
and John J. Armstrong et al., defendants.
On bill for partition and decree for sale.
Abraham Van Horn, solicitor of complainant.
By virtue of a decree of the Court of Chan
cery of New Jersey made in the above entitled
cause and dated July 8th, 1901, I, John S.
MoMaster, one of the. Special Masters of said
court, will expose for sale and sell at public
vendue to the highest bidder on
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4th, 1901,
on the several premises hereinafter described
and at the following hours on said day of
sale:—
At 1 P. M.—No. 818 Grand Street, Jersey City,
N. J., known as the first tract below.
At 2 P. M.—No. 141 Railroad Avenue, Jersey
City, N. J., known as the second tract below.
At 3 P. M.—No. 302 Fourth Street, Jersey
City, N. J., known as the third tract below.
First Tract.—All that certain tract of land
and premises situate in Jersey City, in the
County of Hudson and State of New Jersey,
known and distinguished as lot numbered thirty
in Block numbered one hundred as the same
is laid down and described on a certain map
on file in the office of the Register of said
county, entitled “Property of J. M. Barrows.
Bergen, Hudson County, N. J., 1867,” and
bounded and described as follow's:—
Beginning at a point on the northerly gide
of Grand street distant one hundred and fifty
four and fifteen one hundredths feet easterly
from the corner formed by the intersection
of the northerly line of Grand street with the
easterly line of Bramhall avenue; running
thence (1) northerly ajid at right angles to
Grand street one hundred feet; thence (2)
easterly and parallel with Grand street eigh
teen feet nine inches; thence (3) southerly and
at right angles with Grand street one hundred
feet to the northerly line of Grand street;
thence (4) westerly along the northerly side of
Grand street eighteen feet nine inches to the
point of beginning.
Being the same premises conveyed to William
Armstrong by Thomas J. Armstrong and wife'
by deed dated May 22d, 1876, and recorded in
the Hudson County Register’s office in Book
297 of Deeds for said county, on pages 609, &c.
Second Tract.—All that certain tract of land
and premises situate in the city, county and
State aforesaid, which may be particularly de
scribed as:—
Beginning at a point distant fifty feet from
the southeasterly corner of Barrow street and
Railroad avenue, thence running (1) southerly
at right angles to Railroad avenue fifty feet;
thence (2) easterly and parallel with Railroad
avenue sixteen feet eight inches; thence (3)
northerly parallel with the line first run fifty
feet to Railroad avenue; and thence (4) west
erly along the southerly line of said avenue
sixteen feet eight inches to the point of be
ginning.
Being the same premises conveyed to William
Armstrong by John Reinhardt, Sheriff, by deed
dated July 9th, A. D. 1874, and recorded in said
Register’s office in Book 273 of Deeds
for said county on pages 243, &c.
Third Tract.—All that certain tract of land
and premises situate in the city, county and
State aforesaid, and described as follow’s:—
Beginning at a point in the northerly side
of Fourth street distant twenty feet westerly
from the northwest corner of said street and
Coles street; being the centre of a party wall
between the brick store, adjoining the premises
conveyed, easterly thereto, and the house on
the lot conveyed; thence running (1) northerly
and parallel with Coles street, to, through and
beyond said party wall, seventy-five feet;
thence (2) westerly parallel with Fourth street
sixteen feet one and four-fifths inches; thence
(3) southerly parallel w’ith Coles street to,
through and beyond the centre of a party
wall standing partly on the premises conveyed
and partly on the premises next adjoining
westerly thereto seventy-five feet to Fourth
street; thence (4) easterly along the northerly
line of said street sixteen feet one and four
fifths inches to the point of beginning.
Being the same premises conveyed to William
Armstrong by the First National Bank of Jer
sey City, a corporation, &c., by deed dated
August 25th, 1877, and recorded in said Re
gister’s office in Book *315 of Deeds for said
county on pages 108, &c.
Including the estate and interest in dower of
the defendant, Annie Armstrong, widow' of
William Armstrong, deceased, in the said prem
ises. and including also the inchoate rights of
curtesy, of Diedrich PInkenell, husband of
Jane PInkenell, of the defendant George Rick
erich, husband of Margaret F. Rickerlch; and
of John H. Guntrum, husband of Mary A.
Guntrum, if any they or either of them have,
in the respective shares or estates of their
wives, respectively, together with all and.
singular the hereditaments and appurtenances
to the said premises belonging, or in anywise
appertaining.
Dated Aug. 1, 1901.
JOHN S. McMASTER,
Special Master in Chancery of New Jersey.
No. 1 Exchange place,
Jersey City, N. J.
IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY.
To Linda Bronson Combes and Richard Car
man Combes.
By virtue of an order of the Court of Chan
cery of New Jersey, made on the twenty-sixth
day of July Instant, in 'a cause wherein the
First National Bank of Easton, Pennsylvania,
is complainant, and you. the said Linda Bronson
Combes and Richard Carman Combes and
others are defendants, you are required to ap
pear, plead; answer or demur to the bill of said
complainant, on or before the third day pf
September next, or the said bill of complaint
will be taken as confessed against you.
The said bill is filed to foreclose a certain
mortgage made and given by Richard Carman
Combes (now deceased) to said complainant,
dated January fourth, eighteen hundred and
ninety-four, on lands situate in the City of
Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey, and
you and each of you are made defendants in
said cause because you are devisees mentioned
in or referred to in the last will and testament
of said Richard Carman Combes, deceased, and
as such devisees claim or may 'claim to have
some interest or estate in said mortgaged
premises.
Dated Jersey City, New Jersey, July 26th,
1901.
GEORGE T. WERTS.
Solicitor of Complainant,
Fuller Building,
ttod Montgomery street Jersey City, N. J.
Men’s and Boys’
Tfegligee Shirts
at Actually Less Than Half Price!
Successful shirt manufacturers, like retailers, never
carry over goods from one season to another because
styles are liable to change, because the room they occupy
is needed for the new season’s goods and for many other
good reasons. As the selling season approaches its end
manufacturers having unsold stock are willing to part
with it at almost any price the retailer is willing to
offer. For these reasons and in this way we secured the
other day the entire stock of
97/adras and IPercale Tfegligee Shirts
of one of the largest makers of good shirts in America.
The assortment is immence and includes
Pleated fronts, with detached cuffs;
Plain fronts, with 2 collars and cuffs;
Plain fronts, with collar and cuffs attached;
Plain fronts, with detached cuffs;
in short, almost any color or make of shirt any man
could wish for.
The sizes run from 12 to 20, so that every man can
be sure of a fit.
The real values of the shirts ranged from o Q
75c. to $1.00. Come and take your pick for but O s*
Some “End of the Season” Price Reductions on
Women's Stylish Shirt Waists.
Three fourths of our entire remaining un
sold stock has been carefully assorted, and will
be displayed ready for sale tomorrow morning
on special tables throughout the Shirt Waist
Department at prices that cannot fail to tempt.
As quantities are limited don’t delay your pur
chase if you would not be disappointed. Here
are the offerings:
1,000 WOMEN’S SHIRT WAISTS, reduced from 75c. and $1.00 nc
to ^
1,000 WOMEN’S SHIRT WAISTS, reduced from $1.25 andfi.so gg
1,000 WOMAN’S SHIRT WAISTS, reduced fron $2.25 and j jg
$2.75 lo *
500 WOMEN’S SHIRT WAISTS, reduced from f « n/i
$3.00, $4.00, $5.00 and $6.00 to OC
Tj/ie !/}eadi/~ to ~ 111 ear Skirt Section
will continue to-morrow (Thursday) the special
stock reduction sale of
dfiyh~ Class Wash Shirts,
made of exquisitely embroidered lawns, organdies and dimities, re
cently on sale at from $10.00 to $25.00 each, at 3.90 and 7.50
50 of the dfiyhest Class Skirts,
made of taffeta, crepe de chine, net and various imported materials,
including Skirts for evening wear; formerly and quite recently on sale
at from $45.00 to $125.00 each; to be closed ^ . on 7 c
out at the amazingly low price of J / »%J U / O
Tfemo $1,00 Corsets for 50c•
For comfort, style and durability the
“Nemo” Corsets have few equals—no superiors.
The special lot we offer for to-morrow at half
price are made of fine Batiste, reinforced top
and bottom to prevent bones and steels from
cutting through, girdle effect with long hip,
the very latest and most approved model.
IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY.
To Emily Howe Hitchcock, Individually and
as executrix, and Charles N. Vilas, executor
of Hiram Hitchcock, deceased.
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 James L.
Ogden and Isaac C. Ogden, Jr., trustees for the
share of.Laura V. White, under the will of
James L. Ogden, deceased, are complainants,
and you are defendants, you are required to
appear, plead, answer’ or demur to the bill of
said complainants, on or before the ninth day
of September next, or in default thereof the
said bill will be taken as confessed against you.
The said bill is filed to foreclose a mortgage
given by Hiram Hitchcock (widower) to said
complainants, dated April 24, 1899, on lands in
Jersey City, New Jersey; and you Emily Howe
Hitchcock are made defendant because you are
sole devisee under and executrix of the will of
Hiram Hitchcock, deceased; who in his life
time was the owner of said premises, and you
Charles N. Vilas, are made defendant because
you are executor of the will of said Hiram
Hitchcock, deceased.
Dated July 8th, 1901.
WALLIS, EDWARDS & BUMSTED.
Office and Post Office address. No. 1 Exchange
place, Jersey City, N. J.
IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY.
To Emily Howe Hitchcock, individually and
as executrix, and Charles N. Vilas, executor
of Hiram Hitchcock, deceased.
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 Nancy C. R.
Collerd is complainant, and you are defendants,
you are required to appear, plead, answer or
demur to the bill of said complainant, on or
before the ninth day of September next, or
in default thereof the said bill will be taken
as confessed against you.
The said bill is filed to foreclose a mortgage
given by Hiram Hitchcock to William Frost,
dated April 26, 1890, on lands in Jersey City,
New Jersey; and you Emily Howe Hitchcock
are made defendant because you are the sole
devisee under and executrix of the last will
of said Hiram Hitchcock, deceased, who in his
lifetime was the owner of said premises, and
you Charles N. Vilas are made defendant be
cause you are executor of the will of said
Hiram Hitchcock, deceased.
Dated July 8th, 1901.
WALLIS, EDWARDS Sc BUMSTED,
Office and Post Office address, No. 1 Exchange
place, Jersey City. N, J.
IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY.
In re Furniss Estate.
$100 reward for discovery of legal proceed'ngs
or any Indenture, appointing Solon Humphreys,
dec., or his executors, Grace L. or Louise E.
Furniss, Hetty M. Furhlss or another, guardian
of the undersigned, or trustee of his estate as
that held for an insane minor or ward in
Chancery.
Also $500 reward tP ahy attorney securing
the arrest,and conviction of parties concerned
in production of certain certificates in lunacy
obtained by Hetty McFarland Furniss, 1885, vs.
the undersigned, or submitting papers as de
scribed or sworn above statements prejudicial
to the sanity of the onrterslBmed, to anv court.
WILLIAM F. FURNISS.
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT. — NOTICE IS
hereby given that the account of the eub
Bcriber, administratrix of estate of Gumpert
Bamuel, deceased, will be audited and stated
by the Surrogate of the County of Hudaon
and reported for settlement on Friday, the
S3d day of March next.
Dated FefcruaiY 14. VQL
,
Jte* ; - WtSIflSrc -■? ■>% /
TO WILLIAM II. NEILSON AND ALFRED
Neilson, individually and as executors of the
wiil of William H. Neilson, deceased; Anna
A. Neilson, wife of William H. Neilson;
Anna F. Neilson, wife of Alfred Neilson;
Middleton S. Burrill, individually and as
executor of the will of Frederick Neilson,
■ deceased; Emily N. Burrill, wife of Middle
ton £>. Burrill; Mary I. Neilson, widow; Mary
1. Kemp; Arthur Kemp, her husband; Jules
B. Neilson; Kathleen G. Neilson; Annie P.
R. Neilson, widow; Raymond P. R. Neilson,
infant; Louis Neilson, infant; Carol It.
Neilson, infant; Alexander S. Neilson, in
fant; Frederick Neilson, infant; Caroline K.
Voss; ' William Voss, her husband; Julia
Himely; Henry A. Himely, her husband;
Rosalie N. Hinckley; Samuel P. Hinckley,
her husband; Emi.’y Ondeidonk, individually
and as executrix of the will of Emily Neil
pon, ‘deceased; Elizabeth C. Messinger,
I widow; Catharine B. Neilson, widow; Amy
, Neilson, widow; Anthony B. Neilson, Isa.
. oella Neilson: his wife; Edward N. Neilson;
James H. Neilson; Louisa Neilson, his wife;
Louisa Neilson, wiuow; Ernest F. Neilson;
Frances Neilson, ms wife; Helen N. Neil
son; chanes K. Beekmau, trustee; Eliza
M. Bosworth Murray; Frederick T. Murray,
her husband; Mabel T. Murray, infant;
Philip Bosworth:—
You are hereby notified that at a public sale
made by the City Collector of Jersey City,
on the 16th day of October, 1891. The Mayor
and Aldermen of Jersey City purchased for
the sum of one hundred and thirty-nine dollars
and sixty cents ALL the land and real estate
situate in Jersey City, in the County of Hud
son and State of New Jersey, fronting dn
Pavonia avenue, which is laid down and deslg
nated as lots 1 and 2, in block number 449,
upon an assessment map annexed to a report
number 68 made by the “Commissioners of Ad
justment appointed in and for said city by
the Circuit Court of Cie County of Hudson,
a certified copy of which report and map was
filed in the office of the City Collector off Jer
sey City, on the 12th day of January, 1891,
said report and map and said sale being made
pursuant to the provisions of an act of the
Legislature of New Jersey, passed March 30th,
1886, entitled:—
"An Act concerning the aettlement and 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 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 after the service hereof, a deed for the
same will be given conveying to the Mayor and
Aldermen of Jersey City, the fee simple of
said land and real estate according to the
provisions of the said act.
Dated March 14. 1901.
THE MAYOR AND ALDERMEN OP JERSEY
CITY.
E. HOOS.
(Seal.) * Mayor.
Attest:— M. J. O’DONNELL.
City Clerk.
(Sal* No. 2211.)
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT.—NOTICE IS
hereby given that the final account of the
subscriber, administrator of the estate of
Honora Coz^ens or Cousins, deceased.» will be
audited and stated by the Surrogate of the
County of Hudson, and reported for settlem&it
cm Friday, the 19th day of July next.
Dated June 13tb, A. D. 1901.
THOMAS S', niaar
LEGAL NOTICES
TO HEi^N A. iioLiilNa aNJi jiDWAKU
A. Hollins. Individually ajifl as executors and
trustees under the will of Gusiavus A. Rol
lins, dec'd; Jessie Rollins, wife of Edward
A. Rollins, Florence I. Gray, Charles O.
Gray, her husband; Georgs W. Poucher.
Rollins Poucher, Timothy Poucher, Edward
A. Poucher, infant; John L. Rollins, Eva
Rollins, his wife; Caroline L. Rollins. Kate
MoBurney, William A. McBurney, her hus
band; Robert Wynkoop, Isabella Wynkoop,
his wife; Frank Wynkoop, Maggie P. Wyn
koop, his wife; Helen A. Thurston Louis
Thurston, her husband; Fannie E. Halsey,
Frank A. Halsey, her husband; Helen M.
Rollins, widow; Frank H. Rollins, Emma
Rollins, his wife; Wentworth Rollins. Mar
mina D’Orsay, widow; Claire Howe, Henry
V. Howe, her husband, and Marie Rollins:—
You are hereby notified that at a pubhc
•ale made by the City Collector of Jersey
City, on the 14th day of April 189(1, I pur
chased for the sum of one hundred and eigh
teen dc liars and fifty cents ALL the land
and real estate situate in Jersey City, in tbe
County of Hudson and State of New Jersey,
fronting on Newkirk street, which is laid down
and designated as lot 13. In block number 126,
upon an assessment map annexed to a report
number 86. made by “Commissioners of Ad
justment” appointed In and for said city by
the Circuit Court of the County of Hudson. *
certified copy of which report and map was
filed in the office of the City Collector of
Jersey City, on the 5th day of January, 1833,
said report and map and said sale being made
pursuant to the provisions of an act of the
Legislature of New Jersey, passed March 30th,
1886. entitled:—
•♦An Act concerning the settlement and collec
tion of arrearages of unpaid taxes, assess
ments and water rate or water rents m
cities of this State, and Imposing and
levying a tax, assessment and lieu 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 ar»- runner notified that you ap
pear 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 act, before the expiration of six months
from and after the service hereof, a deed for
the same will be given conveying to the pur
chaser the fee simple of said land and real
estate, according to the provisions of the said
act.
Dated Jersey City. N. J., September 1st
1900.
W. W. WHITLEY,
Purchaser.
The New Jersey Title Guarantee & Trust Co.,
Attorney and Agent for Purchaser, Jersey
City, N. J.
TO MARIANNA A. OGDEN. ANDREW H.
Green, Edwin H. Sheldon, William E. Strong
and William O. Wheeler, individually and as
executors of William B. Ogden, deceased, and
the heirs, devisees and personal representa
tives of them and each of them.
You are hereby notified that at a public sale
made by the City Collector of Jersey City, on
the sixth day of October, eighteen hundred and
ninety-six, I purchased for the sum of Dinety
dollars and ninety-three cents, ALL the !ai*d
and real estate situate in Jersey City, in the
County of Hudson and State of New Jersey,
fronting on Sherman avenue, which is laid"
down and designated as lot thirty-three, in
block number seven hundred and sixty-four,
upon an assessment map annexed to a report
number one hundred and two, 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 twenty
fifth day of November, eighteen hundred and
ninety-five, said report and map and said sale
being made pursuant to the provisions of an
act of the Legislature of New Jersey, passed
March thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty
dix, entitled:—
“An Act concerning the settlement and col
lection of arrearages of unpaid taxes, as
sessments 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.” j
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 said
acts, before the expiration of six months from
and after service hereof, a deed for the same
will be given conveying to the purchaser the
fee simple of said land and real estate accord
ing to the provision of the said acts.
Dated Jersey City, May 13th, 1901.
FRANCIS W. MITCHELL.
Purchaser.
WALLIS, EDWARDS & BUMSTED.
Attorneys,
1 Exchange place, Jersey City, N. J.
_(Sale No. 7.079.)_
RECEIVER'S SALE.
The undersigned, Receiver appointed by
the Court of Chancery, will sell by public
auction on the premises, on Wednesday,
the 31st day of July, 1901, at 2 P. M., the
following described premises, situated on
New Jersey Railroad avenue, in the Town
of Harrison, in the County of Hudson and
State of New Jersey:—
Beginning in the southerly line of Rail
road avenue or New Jersey Railroad ave
nue at a point therein distant westerly
200 feet from the southwesterly corner of
the same and Fifth street; thence running
southerly and parallel With Fourth street
200 feet to the northerly line of Middlesex
street; thence running westerly and along
the said northerly line of Middlesex street
75 feet, and which said point is distant 225
feet easterly from Fourth street: thence
running northerly and parallel with said
Fourth street 200 feet to the southerly line
of Railroad avenue, or New Jersey Rail
road avenue, and which said point is 225
feet easterly from said Fourth street, and
thence running easterly and along said
'southerly line of Railroad avenue, or New
Jersey Railroad avenue 75 feet to the
point or place of beginning.
Together with the factory building
thereon, constructed of corrugated iron
and glass, 200 feet in length by 75 feet in
width, near the Harrison station of the
Pennsylvania Railroad and close to the
tracks of the Pennsylvania and Delaware,
Lackawanna and Western Railroads.
GEORGE M. KEASBEY,
Receiver.
Rooms 737-739" Prudential Building, New
ark. N. J.
July 1st, 1901,
Xo x j3U.kjuR SCOTT, Cxi.-vXkDi^S A. PUK*
cell Charles Sohngen, Alexander M. Curtia,
Charles A. Stadler, Charles M. Warner, Robert
Nunnemacher. Adolph C. Zinn, Theodore L.
Hansen. E. R. Chapman and David D. Wesch
ler:—
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 Aaron Apple
ton is complainant and you and others are
defendants, you are required to appear, plead,
demur or answer to the complaincnt’s bill
on or before the fifth day of June next, or
that in default thereof such decree will be
made against you as the Chancellor shall think
equitable and lust.
The said bill is filed by the said complainant
praying that an account may be taken of the
surplus of net profits, if any, of the American
Malting Company, between the eleventh day
of October, eighteen hundred and ninety-seven,
and the fifteenth day of October, one thousand
eight hundred and ninety-nine, when four
quarterly dividends of one and three-quarter
per cent, each were illegally declared by the
Board of Directors, of which you and others
were members, and paid to the stockholders,
both common and preferred, when the surplus
or net profits did not warrant the same.
Also, that an account may be taken of the
amount and time each of said dividends so
declared and paid, and that you and each of
you may be decreed to pay to the American
Malting Company any excess of said dividends
so paid over and above the actual surplus
or net profits of said company at the time re
spectively that each dividend was declared and
paid.
Dated April 4, 1901.
J. HERBERT POTTS.
Solicitor of Complainant.
No. 1 Montgomery Street,
Jersey City, N. J.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS—ESTATE OF
James Crawford, deceased; William S.
Rowland, administrator of James Craw
ford, deceased; by order of the Deputy
Surrogate of Hudson County, dated March
30, 1901, hereby gives, notice to the credi
tors of said decedent to bring in their
debts, demands and claims against the
estate of said decedent under oath or
affirmation, within nine months from the
date of said order, or they will be forever
barred of any action therefor against said
administrator.
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT—NOTICE
is hereby given that the final account
of the subscriber, executor of the will of
Catharine McBride, deceased, will be
audited and stated by the Surrogate of
the County of Hudson, and reported for
settlement on Friday, the 21st day of
June next.
Dated May 14, A. D. 1901.
RICHARD MORGAN.
JOHN A. DENNIN, Proctor.
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT-NOTICE
is hereby given that the final account
of the subscriber, administrator of the
estate of Clara Brandenburg, deceased,
will be audited and stated by the Sur
rogate of the County of Hudson, and re
ported for settlement on Friday, the 31st
day of May next.
Relieves Kidney
& Bladder
Blfk troubles at cnee.
AujUl Cures in „
48 Hours all
IfkMVd.xsim&s
W i ill lIV Each Capsule /"*>.
Hoars the name—LM!DVj
”lieware of useless v—^
counterfeit!.
MULLINS k SONS.,
Newark Ave. and grave St.
Family Sewing Machine
THE $60.00 KIND ELSEWHERE
HERE AT
" 520.00 "
MADE BY
CASS OB, CREDIT.
Mullins I Sons,,
NEWARK AVENUE AND GROVE STREET.
liAILIiOA DS.
Pennsylvania
RAILROAD.
THE STANDARD RAILWA£ OF AMERICA
IN EFFECT JUNE 29, 1901.
Trains leave Jersey City as follow*;-*
fcutt TUai .WJtitfCW
S.16 A. M. dally, Fast Mail, limited to two
Buffet Farlor Cars, Jersey City to Pittsburg*
bleeping Car Pittsbura to Chicago. vNj
coaches to Pittsburg.)
9.44 A. M., daily, Fast Line, with Buffet
Parlor Car for Pittsburg. Puilmau bleeping
Car Pittsburg to Cleveland.
10.14 A. M., daily, the celebrated Pennsyl
vania Limited, the pioneer of this class of ths
service, composed exclusively of Pullman Ves
tibule Compartment, bleepiug, Dining, Observ
ation, and Smoking Cars, lighted by stationary
and movable electric lights, for Pittsburg.
Chicago, Cleveland, Toledo, Indianapolis.
Louisville, St. Louis and Cincinnati.
2.14 P. id.. daily, Chicago and St. Louis Ex
press, with Vestibule Sleeping and Dining
Cars to St., Louis aad Chicago. Connects for
Toledo. Xli’-JUEh Sleeping Car lo Louis
1 ville (Via Cincinnati).
6.13 P. M.. daily, St. Louis Express for
Pittsburg, Columbus, Indianapolis, Louisville
and St. Louis. Puilmau Sleeping Car to Jjfc.
6 1o*P. M.» dally. Western Express, with Ves
tibule Sleeping Cars, to Pittsburg and Chicago.
For Toledo, except Saturday.. Dining Car.
3.14 P. xi., daily. Pacific Express, Pullman
Sleeping Car to Pittsbuxg and Chicago. Con
nects for Cleveland, except Saturday. Daily for
Knoxville, Tenn.. via Shenandoah Valley
Route. * _
5.44 P. M., daily, Cleveland and Cin
cinnati lixpress. Pullman Vestibule
Sleeping Cars to Pittsburg, Cleveland and
Nashville tvia Cincinnati and Louisville).
H Ilt?mdke. Washington and the
south.
For Baltimore. Washington and the South at
S 19 8.44 9.15. 10.32 (Dining Car). 11.14 (Dining )
Car) A il.; 1.14, 1.15, 2.32 (3.44 Con
aressioiial Limited, Parlor Cars and Penn
sylvania Kaih'uad Dining Car), 3.L, 4.4o (Din- |
lug car), 5.14 (Dining Car) and 9.44 P. hi. and j
12 30 night. On Sunday, S.44, 9.1a. 11.14 (Dmina ,
Car) \ M., 1.14, 1.15 (3.44 Congressional
Limited Parlor Cars and Pennsyl- I
vania Railroad Dining Car). 3.45. 4.45 (Dining
Car) 5 H (Dining Car), and 9.44 P. M. and
^Southern Railway—Express, 3.45, 4.43 !
p M . 12.30 night daily. _
Norfolk and Western Railway.-For
Memphis anti New Orleans, 3.45 P. M. j
^Atlantic Coast Line.-Express. 9.15 A. M.
° Cliesf peakm'& Oliio Railway.—S.15 A. M.
tan Limited. 1.15 P. M. daily. Express. 12.S0
A- M‘ daUl.;01t PHILADELPHIA.
Ft .ress for Philadelphia, (1.33. 7.44, 7.45. 8.15,
«« 9 15 9.44 (10.14 Pennsylvania Limited).
10 32 and 11.14 (Dining Car) A ll.; 12 15, 1.14.
?°;f 232 3 13, 3.45. 4.13. 4.44, 4.45. 5.14 and 6.13
mnine Car . 615 (D.ning Car), 8.14. S.44,
0 u 9 44 P. M. and 12.30 niebt. Sunday,
c 34 8 44 9.15. 9.44 (10.14 Pennsylvania
Limited).’ 10.16, 11.14 (Dining Car) A. M.
1 14 115. 2.14 (Dining Car). 1 45, 4.13. 4.45,.
(Dining Car). 5.14 (Dining Car), 6.13 (Din.
fn* Car). 6.15 (Dining Car). 8 14. 8.44, 9.14.
i 44 P M. and 12.30 night. Accommoda
don. 11.15 A. M., U2 and 715 P. M. w*ek
,,ovs, Sundays, s>.1j and «.lo P. M.
For Atlantic Clt*\ 12.30. 7.44 and 11.14 A. M,
l‘» 15 1.14, 2.32 P. M. (10.13 A. M. and 3.14 P.
M ’through Vestibuled Trains, Buffet Parlor
t'ars Passenger Coach, and Combined Coach)
week-days; 10.32 A, M. Saturdays only, and
Vo 30 6.34 and 8.12 (through vestibule Train
Pullman Parlor Smoking Car, Pullman Parlor
rnrs Pennsylvania Railroad Dining Car and
roaches) A. M., and 1.14 P. M. Sundays.
For Atlantic City via Delaware River Bridge
Rome 12.30, 7.44 A. M., 12.15, 2.32 and 5.14 P. M.
week days; 12.30,. 6.34, 11,14 A. M„ and 5.14
p M. Sundavs.
For Cape May. 12.30. 11.14 (Saturdays only)
A. M., 1.15 and 2.32 P. M. week days; 12.30 A.
M. Sundays.
For Dong Branch. Asbury Park, Ocean Grove.
Point Pleasant and intermediate stations, via
Rahway, 4.00, 9.14 A. M., 12.34, 1.32 (Saturdays
only), 2.44, 3.23, 3.52, 4.32. 5.23. and 7.11 P. M.
On Sunday, S.28 and 10.00 A. M.. 5.2S 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 and to hotels and
residences.
J. B. HUTCHINSON, J. H. WOOD.
Oea’l Manager. Qen’l Passenscr Aeant
RAILROADS,
WEST-SHORE
“RAILROAD =s
FICTURESQUE LINE OF TRAVEL lO THU
NORTH AND WEST.
the Niagara falls route.
Trains leave Franklin street (North River)
station. New York, as follows, and tifuea
minutes later from foot W. 42d street, N. K.
lerminal station at Weehawken, N. J., can
De reached via trains of N. J. J. Rd., leaving
Fenn. R. R. Depot at Jersey City:—
3:lo A. M. daily for Haverstraw, West Point,
Cornwall, Newburgh, Kingston and Albany.
< :10 A. M. daily, Albany and M mtreal.
A* 9:40 A. M. daily, Rip Van Winkle Flyer for
Catskill Mountain points.
I 10:30 A. M. daily, except Sunday, Saratoga and
Buffalo Express for Catskill Mountains, Lake
George and Mohawk Valley points, Utioa and
| Buffalo.
• B. 11:20 A. M. daily, except Sunday, for
Cranston’s, West Point, Kingston, New Paltz,
Lakes Mohonk and Minnewaska, Catskill
Mountains.
j C. 12:45 P. XL dailfc-, except Sundays, Catskill
Mountain Express.
; 1:00 P. M., Chicago Express, dally.
2:25 P. M., Continental Limited, daily, for
Albany, Utica, Syracuse, Rochester,
Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Cleveland, Detroit,
Chicago and St. Louis. Arrives Chicago anl
St. Louis next afternoon. Dining Car at
! tached.
D. 3:25 P. M. daily, Ulster Express for Catskill
Mountains.
D. 3:45 P. M. daily, except Sunday, for Con
gers, Cranston’s, West Point, Cornwall, New
burgh and intermediate stations to Albany.'
6:20 P. M. (6:30 P. M. W. 42d st.), Chicago
and St. Louis Limited, daily, for Montreal,
East Utica, Syracuse, Rochester. Buf
falo, Niagara Falls, Toronto, Detroit,
Cleveland, Chicago and St. Louis.
7:45 P. M. ‘daily, except Sunday, for Ea«t
Utica, Syracuse. Rochester, Buffalo,
Niagara Falls, Hamilton, Toronto, De
troit and St. Louis.
9:20 P. M. (9:30 P. M. W. 42d st.) daily for
Albany, Syracuse, Rochester, Buffalo, Niag
ara Falls, Toronto, Detroit, Cleveland and
Chicago.
A, B, C, D—Leaves Brooklyn Annex:—A, +9:15
A. M.: B, +10:45 A. M.; C. +12:10 P. M.; D.
+3:06 P. M. Jersey City, P. R. R. Station: —
A, +9:45* A. M.; B, +11:20 A. M.; C, +12:50
P. M.: D, +3:35 P. M.
Haverstraw Locals:—h6:45 A. M.; +2:25, *4:20
(W. 42d st. 4:30 P. M.), +5:00 P M., +5:20
(W. 42d st. 5:30 P. M.), +6:00, +7:45, ||10:00
and *11:30 P. M.
Newburgh Locals:—*8:20, *10:00 A. M.; *1:00,
+4:45, *6:20 P. M. (6:30 W. 42d st.).
Kingston Local:—hi:00 P. M.
•Dallv. IJSuftdays only. +Except Sunday.
Pullman Sleeping Cars for Albany, Utica,
Syracuse, Roch^ter. Buffalo, Niagara Falls,
Detroit, Cleveland and Chicago on through
trains.
WestCOtt S express cucu* inrougn to
destination. For Cab or Carriage, ’phone 900,
38th.
For tickets, time-tables, parlor and sleeping
car accommodations or information apply
offices:—Brooklyn. Nos. 338, 343. 726 Fulton
street: Annex Office, foot of Fulton street;
New York City: Nos. 113, 413, 671 and 121«
Broadway; No. 133 West One Hundred and
Twenty-fifth street, and at stations.
C. F. LAMBERT, Gen’l Passenger Agent.
Room 202. Transit Building, 7 E. Forty-seconl
street. New York.
LEHICSH VALLEY
Trains arrive and depart from P. R. K. Station,
t Dally except Sunday. Other train, dally,
i . l.r.. v Citv Arrive Jerwy City
Tickets and Pullman accommodalloua at Peunayfc
vanla Railroad Station.
I ARIPQ-Who Have Used Them
LnU I tO Reoommend as the BEST .
Bit. HMG'8 . I
S tar C row u Brand
PENNYROYAL PILLS. .
.pu.wuiaK i:u uanger. no pam.
twl lor rear* by leading .peri altata. Hundred. ofteKU
Euomais. A trial will convince you of their intrinsic vaiuA
»vSEE^*0"- ,ca eenta tor uDnpia and
book. Al. Drnggi.t. orby mad $1.50 boa.
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