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WOMAN’S
WORLD.
A good woman of the staunch orthodox
1 lev ''IK SunXty dinner question
for herself years ngu by telling her boys
that as they* had n cold luncheon tit
school every week day it would not hurt :
them to cat one on Sunday, ways Mrs.
Mary L. tVyatt in the "American Kitchen
Magazine..I’heu when lin y became j
men and had .thfir hoi •linnets every
oilier day it would not hurt them to cal
cold ones on Sunday, nnd in this way she
was relieved of tic care of getting hot
Sunday dinners.
‘•But in these days of hurry and go.
the Sunday dinner has come to be the
social rallying point of the family for the
week. In many homes, on no other day
can ■ the members of the family linger
around the home table. It has. therefore,
become a problem:-to* make Sunday a
happy, homelike day, and yet a day of
rest for the 'housemother The question
does not apply here to homes where do
mestics are kept, but to the larger num
ber of hou-eholds where no servants are
employed, and where the members of the
family are attendants at some church
service In the morning.
"In a recent gathering of housewives
and mothers this subject was deemed of
enough importance to discuss, and the
facts and suggestions gained were of as
sistance to some of the younger women
who found the dinner problem perplexing.
On comparing experiences It was found
tnat the methods employed were much
the same, and that many details of the
dinner conld be arranged the day before,!
or ou Sunday morning. The dinner hour
was almost invariably found to be two
o'clock, as some members of the families
attended the Bible school after the morn-.
Ing service.
"Three of the menus presented by the
housewives are here given:—
Prlcaseed Chicken.
Canned Peas. Mashed Potatoes.
Pickled Peaches. Bread.
Squash and Berry’ Pie.
Cheese. Nuts. - Oranges.
Roast Chicken. Dressing, Gravy.
Boiled Potatoes. Squash.. Turnip.
Cranberry Jelly. j r Ms—
White Bread. <5rown E. A
Pickles. Lettuce.
Coffee Jelly with Whipped Cream.
Nuts. Raisins.
Coffee or Tea.
Tomato Bisque, or a Clear Soup.
Corried Tongue.
Mashed Potato. Squash.
Canned Corn. Pickled Cauliflower.
Floating Island.
Cake. Oranges. Bananas.
Coffee.
"By wise planning and partial cooking
on Saturday each of these dinners can
be easily prepared while the potatoes are
boiling. The cream can be whipped/ the
lettuce washed and the Vegetables, pre
pared before going to church.
"Served with cheerfulness and courtesy,
these easily prepared dinners may give as
much satisfaction as if fourteen courses
had been served. The old adage is as true
as ever, ‘Enough Is as good as a feast.’ ”
* ■ *
The fad of flower breakfasts, which
threatened to become a popular form of
entertainment in London, to said to
have failed- of popular approval among
the society people.
For three season? a certain set has been
trying to make them go.
The first season they were popular, the
next less so. and the past season hardiy
were heard' of.
These breakfasts consisted of dishes
made entirely of flowers. Salads made
from the blossoms of the nasturtium al
ternated with caper jelly and myrtle
flower soup at these repasts. Usually the
flowers of a peculiar speeies of pumpkin
vine constituted the principal d-’eh.
They were yellow in color, fleshy, and
about the size of a sliver dollar.
These eflible blossoms were picked be
fore the petals were fully opened, baked
or Slewed in fresh milk and flavored with
cloves, which, as every one knows or
should know, are the unexpanded flowers
of an evergreen plaht growing in the East
Indian archipelago.
The feast was finished off with a
plentiful supply of candled rose leave*,
violets, etc.
It was an extremely aesthetic sort of
meal, but not filling enough to meet with
popular approval. After one of these
breakfasts the guests generally went out
and got something to eat. w
Dinners of sauces have met with more
favor than the flower breakfasts and are
not infrequently given by epicures search
ing for new gastronomic sensations.
One of the most successful of these
■nuce dinners was given by a member of
a swell London club not long ago.
The soup was represented 'by gravy
sauce, and in lieu of fish, oyster and
lobster sauces were handed around. Then
came egg snuce nnd bread sauce, anil for
dessert there was brandy sauce. This last
course Is probably what saved the lives
of the guests and host, for all survived
and pronounced the dinner a success.
It really seems as If the giver of the
dinner should have Included- in his bill
of fare Worcestershire, tomato catsup
and tabasco. .
A dinner was given at the Hotel Cecil
'in London the other day at which every
thing served began with “c.”
There were clear soup, chicken, chops,
claret, champagne, -coffee, cutlets, car
rots, custards, champignons, curry cur
rant's and cucumbers-, beeldes many more
articles of food, the names of which be
gan SJth. "<W$- / ■ — - .
• *
The sleeve goes it own sweet way.
adopting all sorts of conceits, keeping
hardly a moment to the same outline.
Now it Is biggest at this point, now at
that; nothing seems definite or fixed r>v
rule or rote. The immense boufTanteHe oi
^the elbow and forearm is considered sti.l
the thing. So is the perfectly close long
sleeve if one chooses to favor it with
one’s notice. Of equal chic is the cell
sleeve, the bishop, or the drooping cun
»nd mee tiounce of the Louis XV. Aston
ishing. however, uj^pite’ of pup receptive
attitude toward the fashions at this per-,
iod of the ycar. is the appearance .on a
number of Autumn gowks of the sleeve
big ifl tnc top and clpseyfront ,thg elbow^to
SOME FOOUSH PEOPLE
Allow a cough to run until Jt gets beyond the
reach of mwUclne. They often nay, Ob,
will wear away.” but In most case* It will.
™'r “m away. Could they be Induced to
tre the saceeawful medicine called Kemp a
aSasrAsf-Mssgvjrsi£
the hand. Tt appears in its prettiest form,
softly fulled into the shoulder, pouching
ai the elbow, here it is gathered into the
uong e!oSe foreuim. Some of tin- gowns
that the ^! >, ve are as follows. fr>m
the hands ol the best designers In Paris:—
blin k panne afternoon gown bas a hip
yoke laid ,r» groups <»f ♦neirellng tucks.
l>loi tiffs. groups df verMctfi tucks de
scend liule way down the kkiri. Tie
bodice has *11 lucked yoke separated from
a tucked blouse by bands of gold brocad
ed galloon of ancient design. The belt .
and straight wide band doWn the front
that form a Vest of black taffeta em
broidered in black silk in Chinese pattern
The sleeve has a few little vertical tucks |
at the shoulder and a looseness that
pouches Into a long, tight forearm of
white satin. banded with stitched straps
of blacjt panne. The lapels, immensely
daring and pointed, and rolling, are Jl j
white satin striped with black. For ha*
imagine a broad black velvet encircled s
with bias folds of whPe satin, and draped |
with a voluminous .white lace scarf, with j
dangling ends.
* * *
It very often happens in setting in order
the winter wairdrobe of the little daughter j
that certain change* become necessary. ;
The “best dress“ of last season, which
was worn to. church and on other cere-J
monial occasions, is not now’ in it* first ,
freshness, but with certain alterations
will do well for a school dre5*> or after- j
noon gown. The first thing done is to
take off the trimmings, unless they hap
pen to be row’s of black velvet ribbon,
and sometimes even in that case. It is
evident that our little maid must not go |
to school in an over-trimmed gown. That
at. once would mark her as not knowing <
the convenances. At fashionable schools
for little girl* feeing runs high cn such a
matter. If you watch the children pour
out at recess you will notice -how’ suitably
and sensibly thejr are dressed'. They are
well shod and wear handsome boots and
stockings which, of course, are v cable
beneath the short frock.
Their school dresses may be made of
expensive qualities of serge ir cheviot or
Scotch pi aiding, but the iflttle gowns are
piain. Trimmings are eschewed- on school
gown*, or when they are permitted it is in
small measure, just to give a becoming
air to the little frocks.
Good taste prescribes a simple and ap
propriate dress for little girls, and in
school hours this Is a plain sailor” or
other such suitable model. The akirt and
coat model and flannel blouse is also a
favorite.
^ *
Last winter’s jackets are eyed askance
because of the absence of the sleeves.
These were worn tolerably close fitting
last season, and so are considered de
mode nowadays. “Old customers' privi
lege is exerted now to hasten the furrier
and tailor in their task of widening
sleeves, particularly near the cuffs, so as
to make them modish enough to pass
muster. The- increase of wrist measure
ment is out of all proportion, but it gives
the fashionable pagoda shape. No one
pretends that open and wide mouthed
coat sleeves are as warm as closed. Fur
linings and fur facing do much to keep
off cold. Nevertheless the wintry blasts
will creep up these flowing sleeves and
chill you to the bone, unless the sleeve
is invisibly closed, making the openings
only continuous a fetv inches from the
end. Even a drum muff, in which you
bury your arms almost to the elbow, can
not protect your arms from cold unless
the pagoda sleeves are partly closed in
side of the enormous folds. The changes
in outside garments are all in the nature
of extensions. If you do not wish pa
goda sleeves, at least, set on outside cuffs
at the wrist. The cuffs are extremely
full and are gathered like bag ruffles.
. * .
While it is undoubtedly true that silk
and satin brocades, Lyons woven mate
lasses and other costly and elegant fig
ured materials are to be among thp domi
nant modes for elaborate evening dress,
it does not mean that the old style,
stand-alone qualities aTe to be revived,
for this is far from being the case. The
soft, clinging brocades are of the richest
quality and purest silk, but they are emi
nently dainty and feminine, with a fasci
nating grace, a wondrous lustre and an
artistic melange of pastel of more pro
nounced Oriental colors; but there re
mains a total absence of any sort of stiff
or wiry effect in any of the latest French
weaves.
• * *
Many sntins, velvets, cloths of every de
scription, especially the light tints, are
most artistically contrived in braidings,
stitchings. appliques and openwork, and
form a highly desirable range of mer
chandise strongly intrenched in the'good
favor of the most fashionable wearers of
Europe and America. Many short Louis
XIV. coats in silk brocade will be worn,
but this has more to do with the ultra
demand and particularly shows the trend
of fashion rather than the expression of
demand.
* * *
Winter coats are made up guiltless of
the central back seam, which can be a
disfigure rpefit ’ to the figure. If the
physique is imperfect in any way and the
middle seam is stretched to right or left,
the effect is to show off any imperfec
tions, and call attention to one’s defects.
Tile middle back form df a jacket or coat
is cut in one, witty a doubled fold. This
avoids bringing a line straight up and
down between the shoulders.
w •
Velveteens and corduroys for skirts and
suits show increased strength as the sea
son advances, and epeclally is the demand
for wide-ribbed corduroys in marine
green, mode and tan shades very great.
A beautiful shade of palest corn color
and another of cameo pink are showing
among the new evening gloves of glace
and undressed kid
• * •
Steel and black is combined frequently
with good effect this year. In some of the
smart frocks the dots of velvet which
make a gpod trimming for so many
things are set upon a lace or net foun
dation, and encircled with beads, black
and steel alternating. Lint* of black and
s|eel beads' are to be seen in other oombl
rtktions on stocks.
• * * ' -
Copper 1s more In favor for .decorative
purposes. Framee. door-plates* brackets,
and dinner table mounts are all turned
out in this metal which , with its Warm,
glowing tones, -seems specially suitable
for the winter season. .
NEW LAWMAKERS
Young Men Will Predomi
nate in Both Branches
of Next Legislature,
STRAMGE FACES IS BOTH HOOSES
Lawyers Are Numerous as
Usual But There Are
Many Merchants.
[Special to "The jersey City News.”l
TRENTON,- Nov. 12, 1S01.— Jtf the organi
zation of the 126th session of the New Jer
sey legislature there will , be- thirty nev
members ussig'ned to scats and initiated
into tlic m.vsjciies of law-making. Of the
a iowijiakcis iwyiity-six are in the'
lloi-a, of Assembly and four in the Se:i
ute. Jr the upper House three former
members. Wakelee of. Bergen, Hudspeth
of Hudson and Hutchinson of Mercer, re
turn for second terms. In the House Hun
terdon and Warren lose a member each
by last year's apportionment, and Hudson
and Passaic gain one each.
The now Senators are Edward S. Lee.
who succeeds.Senator Lewis Evans from
Atlantic; Bloomlleid H. Minch, the neir
to Edward C. Stokes's seat, from Cumber
land; Jacob W. Welsh of Morris, who
succeeds .JIahlon Pitney, and George L
Shinn of Ooean. A1I are Republicans
In Lite Senate the political complexion is
tlie tame as last year, while in tlic lower
House the Democrats lose two In Warren
and one in Hunterdon, and again one ir.
Hudson, while the Republicans gain one
in Warren and one in Passaic, making the
total Republican majority two greater
than last year.
The average age of the members of the
upper House is forty-nine years. Senator
Nathan Haines of Burlington, who Is
only two years under the allotted three
score-and ten, continues to be the father
of the Senate, while its youngest member
is Senator Edmund E. Wakelee, of Ber
gen, who has just turned thirty-two. Ot
the twenty-one Senators, nine are lawyers
eight merchants and the other four in
clude a farmer. « rrtsmifor’nr“-. a bank- ]
er and en oysterman.
Young men predominate in the new As
sembly to an even greate.r extent than
usual. There are a dozen young states
men of thirty years or lees, and only ten
who have reached the halfvcentury mark.
The" average age of t-he sixty Assembly
men is less than thirty-seven years.
Henry W. Hoagland. bf Somerset, who Is
sixty-five years oM. is again the oldest
member, with Judge William T. Hoffman-,
the new Monmouth member, second and
seven years behind. Raymond Groves,
the Middlesex boy of twenty-four, whose
six feet Of stalwart manhood seemed out
of proportion with his age, and h.s desig
nation as the house baby last year, does
not return, and Hudson county claims the
youngest member.
Classified by occupations, the new As
sembly ehotvs the following:—Merchants,
five: newspaper man, three; coal dealers,
two; farmers, eight; lawyers, eighteen;
brokers, two; theatrical manager, one;
brick dealer, one; real estate, dealers, two; |
expressmen, two; salesmen, two; plumb
ers, two; manufacturers, three; builder,
one: contractor, one; grocer, one; drug
gist, one; collector, one; physician, one;
ice dealer, one. Two of the new members
appear from their records to have held
public office all their lives, and cannot be
classified except as politicians.
Two men will be greatly missed in
the Senate this yea*. Mahlon Pitney,
of 'Morris, who presided over the delibera
tions of the upper house last year. By
accepting an appointment to the Supreme
Court bench, Where he will take his seat
next week. Mr. Pitney retires temporarily
from political activity, but there are many
who look for his reappearance in State
politics at a later day. Senator Edward
C. Stokes, the other retiring member of
the “House of Lords,’’ hae been in the
Legislature for a dozen years or so, and
has probably had more to do with for
mulating legislation in the last four or
five years than any other man in that
body. The recent Cliahgee In the school
laws have been directly due to Mr.
Stokes, and his knowledge of State
finances has probably exceeded that of
any other man in the Legislature As
chairman of (fie Appropriations commit
tee he has been a power in the making
of the annual appropriation bill. and.{he
payment o# a pprtlbn of the school tape
from the treasury surplus was in large I
measure due lo his1 influence. Mr. Stokes
is now clerk in chancery, and, despite his
retirement from the Senate, there is little
question that his advice and counsel
will have much weight this year in shap
ing legislation along lines to which he ha3
given particular attention, notably the
school laws, finances and the oyster in
dustry. As vice-chairman-of the Repub
lican State Committee, iMr. Stokes was
prominent in the recent campaign, until
his health Became affected, and he was
compelled to moderate his ^activities. He.
has been mentioned already in connec
tion with the Chberniitofigi . jipm.in.atian
for 19i>4.
George b. Shinn, who succeeds George
Greely Smith as the Senator from Ocean,
is a business man with diverse Interests
in his own country. Where he Is known
as a hustler. His home Is at New Egypt,
and. despite Ala numerous business inter
ests, he has fdund some time tp devote to
politics. For six years he was county col
lector. As long ago as last April Mr.
Shinn announced himself a candidate for
Senator', and, despite the big Republican
majority in Ocean, he did not take any
chances on his election, bilt conducted an
energetic canvass that lasted up to elec
tion day. Senator Shiftn Is largely inte
ested in cranberry bogs in his county, ai
[ is alsb a director in the Hightstown h
Ilona! Bank, and president n
Egypt Canning C'ompi
Egypt Water Company
Bloomflel
land Sennt
and
who was »
informed 0
to make a
The new
Welsh, ser
lature a f<
known
era! large i
milk and
Valley, and
! of this
MRS. HULDA JAKEMAN
Wife of President Jakemaa of
Elders of the Mormon Church,
Salt Luke City, Utah, Recom
mends Lydia E. Pinkham’s
Vegetable Compound For Wo* |
man’s Periodic Pains.
“Drab Mrs. Puts ham : —Before 14
knew of Lydia E. Pinkbam’s Ver- i
etablo Compound 1 dreaded the
approach of the time for, my menstrual g
period, as it Would mean a couple of
MRS. HTTLDA JAXEMAN.
days in bed with intense pain and suf
fering. I was under the-physicians,,
care fot^over a year without any relief,
when my attentictn was called to l>ydia
E. Pink ream’s Vegetable Compound by
several of-our Mormon women who
had been cured through its use. <
X began its systematic use and im
proved gradually in health, and after
the use of six bottles my health was
completely restored, and for Over two
years I have had neither ashe or pain.
You have a truly wonderful remedy for
women. Very sincerely yours, Mbs.
Hui.da .Takemait, SaltLalteCity,Utah,”
—$5000 forfeit if above teetimonlal it eat genuine.
Just as surely as Mrs. Jake
niaii was cured just so surely will
Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable
Compound cure every woman
suffering from any form of fe
male ills.
Mrs. Pinkham advises sick wo
men free. Address, Lynn, Mass.
lawyer. Is the new member from Cumber
land, succeeding Jesse S. Steelman, who
has gone back to glassbloWtng, in which
he is said tp be as proficient as In law
making. Mr. Miller is city solicitor of
Millville and borough solicitor of Vine
land. He makes his home at the latter
place.
NEW LAWYERS
Attorneys and Counsellors Ad
mitted From Hudson
County.
' .. ; ' i,. , o
[Special to "The Jersey City N*w».’’l
TRENTON, Nov. 12, 1901.—The examina
tion of attorneys and counselors were con
cluded yesterday and as a consequence
the names of thirty-one attorneys were
added to-the roll- of-the bee- while-eigh
teen attorneys deceived degrees as coun
selors. The manner in which" the exami
nations were conducted has caused consid
erable dissatisfaction, some of tho many
who were turned down having protested
that they .Should have passed
The Supreme Court was appealed- to,
and as a consequence' the C0tif[ will toddy
examine three candidates who .were turn
ed down on their written examination by
the examiners. The three who corhe be
fore the court today Sire Harry ^.' Ham
ilton' of Jersey City. John Bishop of New
Riunswlck and Joseph H. Powell of
Bridgeton.
The Hudson county men admitted to the
bar are:—Ralph B. Corbift. Jersey City:
Elmer H. Oeran, Jersey City; Frederick
K, Hopkins, Hoboken: Joseph Kahrs, Ho
boken.
The Hudson county men Who received
counselors’ degrees were: Frank W, Hast
ings, Jersey City: Alfred K. Hoe. Jersey
City , James K. Pyle, Jersey City.
i.n. -—
BOARD OF ALDERMEN.
' (Official Proceeding*.'
Regular meeting of the Board of Alder
men, held at the Assembly Chamber, City
Hall, Tuesday, October 22, 1901. - ••
The roll was called at 0.15 o clock P. M.
Present—President Midlige and Aider
men Calnon, Cole, - Cookson, Dittmar,
Ftehtl, Howeth, Lyons, MaiXwell, Mc
Bride, Muller. Wall and White.
Absent—Aldefmen Barr, Erhart. Far
rell, Green, Loth, Menge, Brice, Ritter,
Stell and Warrln. , ■ ,
The minutes of the regular meeting of
the 8th inst. were approved as printed in
manual form on motion.ofi Alderman
Calnon.
PRESENTATION OF PETITIONS, ETC.
Petitions, etc., were presented, received
and disposed of as follows:— .
Application .of Dents 3. Farrington for
transfer to him of restaurant license No.
96. at 122 Coles street.
Referred to Committee on Excise.
Applications for three restaurant and
seven transfers of restaurant licenses.
(See reports subsequently made.)
Referred to Committee oh Excise.
Applications for five peddler, (1) one
junlt and two hand organ licenses.
(See reports subsequently made.)
Referred to Committee on Trade Li
censes.
PRESENTATION OF CLAIMS.
Claims were presented, received and
dlsnosed of as follows:—
Of Wm. G. Howeth, $36,75.
Referred to Committee on .Alms,
Of Hudson County Gas Co., $3.52.
Referred to-Committee on Baths And
Armories.
Of Joseph Locge, $27,
Referred to Committee on District
Courts.
Of Edward Kenny, $120; Charles
A. Schindier, Jr.. $487.50,
Referred to .Committee on Elections.
Of Jeisey City News, $13 and $8, and E.
A. Vreeland. $35,10. * *- -.
Referred to Committee On Printing,
Stationery and Supplies, ,
OFFICERS’ COMMUNICATIONS.
The City Clerk presented a proof of
publication 4n the Jersey City News of
notice mf application for three restaur
ant and eight transfers of restaurant li
censes. from October IT to 22, 1901, and
the saine was ordered filed.
The inspector of Buildings repotted six
(6) applications for permission to erect
frame buildings, 1
(See report subsequently made.) *
Referred to the Committee oh Laws and
Ordinances. ■
On motion of Alderman Calnon the
Board took a recess for five, minutes.;
On reassembling the Board proceeded
REPORTS OF STANDING •.qOMMlT-;
The Committee on Excise reirntted the'
following. resolutions an applications re,
ferrea to. said committee at this meet
resolved, That licenses be granted to
the following named to Keep regtaurwhts.
where splritous vinous, malt a«4 bfawed
liquor*- .may he sold ,*t ;the |oUpWlng
named places in Jersey City;—,;., yti?
Wllllatn H. Hooker, 63 Newark avenue,
Jqhn iHimps, -S3 Essex 'Stfeet,' First
Wftra.
| George Schulze, lid* Sherman avenue.
Eleventh Ward. * V? 4 »(.f
ReeolvCd, Tliat the following described
restaurant licenses be transferred:—
No. 11, James* J. Lenah&h to Buta &
Dliker, at; 445 Palisade avenue, Eleventh
Ward. , '
Nb. 831, Thomao O'Reilly to Henry
Straifg, Ai 195 Montgomery street, Fourth
Ward. 1 , '
No. 841, P. T. Sweeny; to Michael Pinto,
at 344 First street.- Fifth Ward.
\i
t fo':« Wes ("Side uve- i
» reports w< e received,
eyreSofutWn.- WeJ-c adapted 1>y the
. wjng .vole, BjLXtU and nays having
been ordered and taken-:—
Yeas—All the member* present, thirteen
(13) Irt number.
„ The Opm-mlttee orr Imw« and Ordinances*
^reported the following resolution on pe
titions heretofore referred:—
Resolved, That the Building Inspector
Is hereby authorized to issue permit* for
the erection. Or esetensfon of the following
described h«iidirtts,< vlz.:
, etraMeR K. "BeBe>‘, 3-story frame. 30x61
land 3g fee.t high, at 512 Summit avenue.
S Johh •NetS9#u«WS«tE frame. -20X0. and
<-35 feet high, at 28 Park street.
.'Perdy H. F. Fielding. 2-story frame ex
tension, 18x16 and 22 feet high, at 27 Gard
ner avenue. , •
; James Lee & Qo;, 2-story frame, 50x150
and 3ti feet high, on lots 27 to 30, street
Nos. '348 tO 2o4 Monmouth street, block
341. « .,
M. wriRibann, 2-*tdry frame, 25x45 and
22 feet high, on lots 18 to 15, Summit ave
nue, Block 1,914.
£. Simon, 3-Story .frame extension, 25x
45 and tfcl high, at 37S Summit avenue.
, GSiaHes K. ffendley, 1-stofy frame. Jjr.
• 12. and,,1.4 feet high,.at ,3*4 Bower street.
The. reports .were reeeiwzd. , . ,
The-fesbltrtlaiisrwerh adopted by She fol
JoWing vi)te,-4hd yeas, and nays Having
beta Ordered and taken:— • .
Yeasr—All the mentors present, thirteen
(13) MTTnrhtjer.' ' J<- 1 J
The Conuflttteo o* Trade Licenses re
ported,the following resolutions on je'J
tlons referred to said commiueekat this
"'Resolved, That licenses to peddle goods,
wares and .merchandise In Jersey City oe
Issued,bX ths Mayor'And CUty Clerk under
the corporate seal of .. the city to George
PfetffanbOrgCr, "SSrhCst Heickenbcrger, G.
VV. Coppell, S. J. Campbell and Thomas
E. Dolim. ... , . . - ...
Kegdived. That a license to keep a junk
shop at lie Brunswick street in the Fifto
TVard at Jersey City, be issued by the
Mayor and ,Ctt.v Clerk under the corporaac
tieft 1 of the' city to Rosallno Trielno.
Resolved, That a license to’play upon a
hand organ or. piano from house to house
be issued by the Mayor and City Clerk
under the .corporate seal of the city to
Rpcco Dtmacchlc- and Frank Ghezzi.
The reports were received and the reso
lution adopted. '
AUDITING OF CLAIMS BY RESOLU
TION.
The following resolutions wore reportea
by committees in payment of claims
heretofore referred:—
■By Committee on Alms:—.
Resolved, That the following claims be
paid:*"
$13 to George H. Bunnell, for burial of
outdoor pour to October 8,-1961.
$31.75 to Drury Brew*., for groceries for.
outdoor poor, to October *8, 1901.
$21.15'to J. A; Dust, for meat-for out
door poor, ,to October 8, 1901.
$21.75 to 'Si. Kelly; for groceries for out
door poor, to October 7, 1901.
382.50 to M. A. Kennedy, for groceries
for ouidobr feobr. to October 7, .19-01.
$58i?5-‘to .1. .McGtrtlinfess. for, groceries'
for outdoor poor, to October 7. 1901.
$53.75 to James McLaughlin, for grocer
ies foroutdoor- poor, to October 7, 1901.
$32.75 "fo Edward Perl-berg, for shoes
for outdoor poor, to October 8, 1901.
$25.75._to E. Ruf, for groceries for out
door poor; - to- October 8. 1901.
$150 to G. W. Smith, for boarding horses
of Overseer-of the P-por, June 1 to Sep
tember 1. 1801.-' ■ . * • -
$50.25 to James Sullivan, for shoes for
outdoor poor, to October 7, 1901.
$1.20 fb iN.'Y. & N. J. Tel. Co;, for tolls
at office of Overeeer-of the Poor, June 1
to September 1, 1901.
By Committee on District Courts:—
Resolved, That therfljim of $27 be paid
to Joseph Locke for services as Constable
at Second District Court, October, 190L
'By Committee on Elections:—
Resolved,- That the following claims be
paid:— _ „
$300 and $201.12 to Albert; Datz Co., for
pnnUlig and stationery for registry and
election, November, 1901.
$150 to Charie* A. Schindler, Jr„ for 15
registry cffsfGsii l >■ .. »
By Committee on Laws and Ordinances:
Resolved, That the sum of $50 be paid
to EdW&rtf Kelly. incidental expenses
as Inspector of BtUJdings, for July, Au
gust and September; 1901.. 1
By Committee on Printing, Stationery
and Supplies:— ’ . ,
Resolved, Thah the; following claims be
to Albert Datz Co., for-one license
book for City Cierk’s ofttce. - ■
J21't<i- j-. W: Greene, for three cushions
for dty tjleilf’s office. 1,
S.06 t6 N. Y, and N. J. Telephone Co.,
for toll at Cltyt Clerk’s office, .June, July
and August, 1901.
The” resolutions Were adopted by the
followitig vote, the yeas and nays hav
ing been ordered and taken;—
Yens—All. the members present, thirteen
03) in .number- u .
MiSCBHilaANEOUS BUSINESS.
Thfc foWoWing peftohation was offered by
AlderiWap Wall:— ; -
Resolved, That- the Honorable Board of
Finance be requested to-direct the City
Comptroller to -transfer to general claims
account;’ ULQO-’Ol. the unexpended balance
now in . the appropriations to the credit
of tbit Roytd ijl 'Aldermen for the fiscal
year ending November 30, MM, of the fol
tlW S3:
Court Claims. $21.70; printing, Stationery
and Supplies, $337.39; also the sum of $50*1
for t£m Committee'.on Elections to said
general .account,, ' ... > ,.,tk ,
The resolution was adopted by the fol
lowing vote; the yeas and nays having
been ordered And taken:—
Al;> the members present, thirteen
(13) In-number. - - •
oh nfottuh df‘ Alderman Calnon the
Board tliSti adiourned.
MICHAEL J. O’DONNELL,
City Clerk.
__1- - .1 ■ -
•ft) OliORGE H. HARRINGTON, CARRIE ,T.
HUfrihgiuit. his ‘wife;-John J. Maim, Esther
Malta his wife; Marik Bremer, wldoW; John
• BcliaKeY, Henry B.- Schaffer, Sophia Scnaffer.
His «!;’ John Schaffer, Mary Schaffer, his
wife I-Mary lx Hawaii. William Hawaii, her
husbttriBi WlHKm Coyne, Delia Caulfield,
WlttKmC an 1 risld, Muuy. Hanley, James Han
ker, her husbaird;, Maggie Hand, August
Hund,'. her Husband; Kate Mauss. William
Mauss, her-hUsband; . Julia fehyne, Henry
Khyne; her huspsn.H Annie Keener, Georgo
Kernsr.her husband; John Coyne William
Coyne. Edward Coyne, Thomas COyne, Lott'.v
Coyne, hU Wile; Francis Coyne, John Ber
mlnkltMtv James BerhiUigham, infant; Rich
ard. C. WashbuPn, ‘George W. Washburn,
Jotm T. Washtrtrrn; • partners trading as
Washburn" Broiit Horace R. Hacker, Daniel
B.~ Beadleston and Woerx Empire
Brewing Company of; N. Y. and the State of
You' arc hereby noUlied that at a public sals
Blade fej‘ Cb« City. CollectAr of Jersey City, on
the 24in day ’of1 April, 1*94. The Mayor and
Aldermen of Jersey Oily purchased for the
suin Sirislsty-eigltt .dollars'.and eighty-seven
cants ALL the land and real estate situate In
Jersey City, ih- the . County of Hudson and
Slate orYxe* Jersey, fronting on Terry Alley,
which Is, laid, down and designated as lot; 15,
lii block uumbat 622, uPqn an assessment map
annexed Id a" repol-l nUtftber 35. made by the
••Commissioners of Adjustment” appointed in
and for Said CitY bY kite Circuit Court of the
County-nf Hudson, a certified copy of which
report-,ind ,map was Bled In the office of the
City Cd!recto .if Jersey City. on the SOth day
of August. .1592, said report and map and said
sale being made pursuant to the provisions
of an act ;of the Legislature rtf New Jersey,
passed Mapch 39th, 1326. entitled:—
•"An Artt rtrtncemiiig kid Settlement and collec
tion" of arrearages of Unpaid taxes, assess
ments artd - water rate* or water rents in
CffittLVf'Itrld'B.taie, and imposing and levy
ing Kiasf.asaeSsnient and lien in lien and
iHsUadot ssrth Arrearages, and to enforce
the onymenCtKefeof, and "to' provide for the
sale' of lands subjected to future taxation
'• and assessment.? s •••;. ■
And the several •UoDlements thereto.
And YOU «r* ktlfthef notified that you appear
to pave an "estate 6f interest in suld land and
real estate, and unless We maid land and real
estate Shall he r«u*6med, AS provided In said
acts, brtfirfs, Ih*: expiration of six months from
aftd after'the StPvlMr; Hereof, a deed for th.
same will be .given Conveying to; The Mayor
and Aldermen’fcf'Jefsev. the fee simple of said
land and, real estate according to the provisions
of the said actt *•
Dated jersey City, N, J., May 27th, 1WH _ -
THE MAYOR (AND ALDERMEN OF JERSEY
OtTl. 'si*
tv - .;• — E. HOOS.
Attastr-r Mayor.
C i T ” fv.i: Mt. J. O'DONNELL.
*..wC t • ' City Clerk.
<Sal* No. ArtS.l
New Jersey fit)* etnanaftt^e * Trust Company
;„ij i, ,i‘Y 11 1—, J
soinf* C &RED¥tORSi^ESTATE'. OF
LAVfNIA. DAVIS, deceased: Albert R. Davis,
edRiinMtmntr at tiviBTiY »|vi*, deceased, by
order of the nemRyVSu.rnjjtntf rtf Hudson
hereby Elves no
tlce t.Vb»}ie ipretStmiimr.Mtd aecedent to bring
t» their dents, demands and claims against the
estate «*«til' deeetUWrt, lihfler rtith or affirma
tion,.Within mine ihrtntha iltgom- tire date of
M ■ssstssjssss^
y , i ALBERT R. DAVIS.
-„ „ .u ■■.Vr-sf"-, ^r-—
NOTICI .SBTtLiSAIENT-NOTJCE, _1S
LEGAL NOTICES
vv AiAfeiwi ' it. NjgJtLrffUA. AND ALfUitD
Neilauu, ujulyiduallj am* aa-fxecuwrs of tli
Will of Whiiam Hi IfcUboiti} ueotfasad; Ann*
A. NMpto,: wife pf Willem tSfcJU" Neilaon;
Anna J*. .N’eilaan. wife- of Alfred Nsiiso:;;
Middleton 8. Lurriii, individually and ae
. ,axe.attti«u,.af.v,4he-.^B*4*-af Frederic* NfM*an>
deceased* Emily Nr lWfltl. ift df Middle
ton ,S. Burrill; Mary I. Neilaon. widow] Mary
j. Kemp], Arthur Ksm« iwy husband; Jules
B. Neilaon* .Kathleen a, Neilaon; Annie P.
R. Neiison, widow; Raymond P. It. Nellson,
infant: Louis Neijson, infant; Carol K.
Netlion* Infant; Alexander S. Neilaon, In
fant; breoerick Neilaon. infant; Caroline K.
XV**'. '' *iW?W Voss, her husband; Julia
Himely; Henry A. Himely. her husband:
Rosalie NV- Hinckley; Samuel P. Hinckley,
her husbapd; Kmliy Ondefdonk*. Individually
and as executrix of the will of Emily Netl
6on, deceased; Elizabeth O. Measlttger.
widjW; Catharine b, n>rsou. widow; Amy
Nsllaon, t Widow; Anthony B. Neilson. Isa
bella Neilaon, his wife; Edward N. Neilaon;
James H. Nenson; Louisa Neilson, hfs wife;
Louisa Nellsou. widow; Ernest F. Netlson;
Frances Neiiso!i, his wife; Helen N. NeU
son; Charles K. Beckman, trustee;' Eliza
M. Boswortli Murray; Frederick T. Murray,
har husband; Mabei T. Murray, infant;
Philip Bosworth.;-’
You are <icreoy notified that at a public sa1 ft
made by the City Collector of Jersey City,
on tb« 16th, day of October, l*n*, The M*y°r
and Aldermen of Jersey City, purchased for the
sum or One hundred and five dollars and
forty-six cents ALL the land and real estate
situate in Jersey City, In the County of find*
son and State of Nfew Jersey, fronting oh Pa
vonla aventte, Whi.ch is laid down and desig
nated as lot Z inr'block. number 449 upon an
assessment map annexed to a report number
t* made by die "Commissioners of Adjust*
riienf appointed In and tot said city by; cha
Circuit. Court of $«e County of Hudson, *
certi#ea copy of gaiich report and map -wa-i
llleu in the office of Lhe City Collector of
Jersey City, «n the 1201 day of January. 1891,
6&id repoi*| and. map,And said sale being mads
pursuant to t»t* previsions of an act of the
Legiblature^of New Jersey, passed March lOib,
ltSU. entitled;—
••Ah ace concerning two settlement and col
lection of arrearages of unpaid taxes, aa
sesaisjenta artd water rates or water rents
in citfeg of this State, and Imposing and
levying a tax, assessment anid then in lieu
ana instead of such arrearages, and to en
force tnift payment thereof, and to provide
for the sale of lauds subjected to future
taxation and assessment,"
And the several supplement* thereto.
And you are further notified that you Appear
f.O have on estate or interest in said land and
/eal 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 b*~glveh 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 OF JERSEY
CITY.
= • J E. HOOS.
(Seal.) Mayes.
Attest:— M. J. O’DONNELL,
City Clerk.
(Sn’e No. 2*12. j.
TO CLAUS 1L E. PCHROEDHR. EMiLIE
M. A. Sehroeder, his wile; The Ger
mania Savings Bank of Jersey City:—
You are hereby notified that at a public
sale made by tiie City Collector ttf Jersey
City, on ,the 23d day of May, 1899, I pur
chased for the sum of eighty-six dollars
end fifty-nine centn ALL the lend and
real estate situated in Jersey City, in the
County of HUBsM* und :'iste oi her Jer
sey, frantmg on Academy street, which
isdaid-down and designated rs ioi AfSe),
lo Mock number 1,886 (1*4). upon Fovrler’s
Official Assessment Map of Jersey City,
1884, said sale being made pursuant to the
provisions of . an act of the Legislature of
^ew Jersey, passed March 30th. 1886, en
"sn act .concerning the ««ttlement and
collection of arrearages of unpaid
taxes, assessments and water rates or
water rents In cities of this State, and
Imposing and levying a tax, assess
ment and lien In lieu and instead of
such arrearages, ana 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 runner notified that you
appear to have an estate or interest in
■aid land and real estate, and unless the
said land and real estate shall be re*
deemed, as provided in said acts, before
the expiration oi six months from and
after the date of service hereof, a deed
for the same vyiU be given conveying to
me, tbe purchaser, the fee simple of eaid
land end real estate, according to the
Pt>ated "j ersey** C1 tyFebruary 3d.
lieu.
JOHN T. DTLION,
Purchaser.
CROUSE & PERKINS,
Attorneys.
fCert. No. 5.386.)
TO HELEN A- HOLLINS AND EDWARD
A Rollins, individually ana as executors and
trustees under the will of Gustavus A. Rol
lins, dMTdi Jessie Rollins, wife of Edward
A, Roillna, Florence I. Gray, Charles O.
Gray, her husband; George W. Poucher,
Rollins Poucher, Timothy Poucher. Edward
A. Poucher, infant; John L. Rollins, Eva
Rollins, his wife; Caroline I- Rollins, Kate
McBurney, William A. McBurney, her hus
band; Robert tVynkoop, Isabella Wywkoop,
fils wife; Frank Wyhkoop, Maggie P. Wyn
koop, his Wife; Helen A. Thurston. Lou's
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
inina D’Orsay. widow; Claire Howe. Henry
V. Howe, her husband, and Marie Rollins:—
You are hereby notified that at a public
■ale made by the City Collector of Jersey
City, on the Hth day of April, 1898. I pur
chased for the sum of one hundred and eigh
teen dr liars and fifty cents ALL the i«nd
and real estate situate In Jersey City, In tba
County of Hudson and State of New Jersey,
fronting on Newkirk street, which Is laid down
and designated as lot 23. In block number U8.
upon an assessment map annexed to a report
number 86. made by ’’Commissioners of Ad
’ustment” appointed in and for said city by
the Circuit Court of the County of Hudson. -
certified copy of’which report and map was
Hied in the Office of the City Collector of
jersey City, on the 5th day of January, 110.!,
sgid report ahd map and said sale lielng made
pursuant to tile provisions of an act of the
Legislature of New Jersey, passed March 26:b.
HA entitled?-* ‘ . ' V.
••An Act concerning .‘hi* settlement and collec
tion of abreai*4g*ai of unpaid '-axes, «sites
.. meats and water, rate or water rente in
cities of this State, And Imposing and
levying a tax, assessment and Hen In lieu
and tSStead of such arrearages, and to en
force the payment (hereof, and to provii:*
tot the sale of lands subjected to future
taxation and assessment.”
And thb several supplements thereto.
And yoh arc vunner notified that you ap
pear to have an eetat-y or Interest In said lend
and real estate, and unless the said land ana
real estate Shalt be redeemed, as provided hi
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 rekl
estate, according to. the provisions of the said
»ct.
dated Jersey City, N. J.. September 1st.
im~ ‘ W. W. WHITLEY,
Purchaser.
Tfifb Jersey Title Guarantee * Trust Co..
Attorney and Agent for Purchaser. Jersey
City, N. J. '
TO SARAH MOORE 3CHEITT, JOHN
Schiitt, her husband; Mary Moore,
Annie Maddoek, Thomas Maddoek. her
husband; Billie Moore, Eida E. Moore,
Maggie Koch, Simon Koch, her hus
band; Katie Noonan, Thomas Nonnah,
her husband; John KennftU, Dudley G.
Gautier, executor of the will of Joslah
H; Gautier, dec'd; The Board of Chosen
Freeholders of Hudson County, N. J,;
Elizabeth Carey, widow; Elia Carey,
Elizabeth Carey, Thomas Carey, Ueor
gine F. Bennett, Robert Carey, next 0£
kin of Thomas Carey, dee’d; John Nor
mah, and Jacob Clark:—
You are hereby notified that at a pub
lic sale made by the City Collector of
Jersey City, on the 8th day of October.
1885 The Mayor and Aldermen of Jersey
City purchased for the sum of two hun
dred and thirty-two dollars and sixty
seven cents ALL the land and real estate
Situate in Jersey City, In the County of
Hudson and State of New Jersey, front
ing on Bergen avenue, which is laid (lawn
and designated as lot 59, In block num
ber 1379. upon an assessment map gr.
Sexed to. a report number 85., made by
ie "Commissioners of Adjustment” ap
Dointed In and for said city by the Cir
cuit Cou“t of the county- of Hudson, a
certified copy of which report and map
Whs filed in the office of the City Collec
tor of Jersey City, on tn« 3rd day of
January, 1881, said report and map ami
said sale being made pursuant to tire
provisions of an act ot tne Legislature
of New Jersey, passed March 30th, ISM,
Xnfltled'
"At Act concrrnin* the eetUemtnt ana. coi
tion of orrearajee of ttopalrt
monte and water raw* «* rent* to
cities of this State, and impoouui and levy
ing a tali aooeasroent and Men in Men and
Instead of such arrearage?, and to eulorct
the payment' thereof, end to provide .fat
tbo sAl» ot land, eubjec.ed to future taxa
tion unit assessment
the several supplements thereto.
And you are further nouatd that you ap
sear to how .an estate or interval in auui tv*.u
and rest estate, eml unlee* the eaW Hn,1 Hi.d
real estate ahull’ be redeemed, as provided In
Said seta, before the expiration of atx months
nom attd after th« seme* lureof, a deed,dor
the earns wlli be «lveo eonveylna to The Mayor
’ ABd Aldermen of Jersey City, the fee simple
of SK.it land ami real estate sccordlns to the
arovlsleos of the raid Set.
jDated Jersey City, N. J„ March 20, 1301.
TKrT : VUU AJttl AUNEMBN. tit Jiiro
BET Cll't.
k.
Atteet— M. I, O-DOKNKLuf"’
LEGAL NOVICE
STSiSJHutj- Hynimuiim’ds" carrie"*.
Unifies*-.*,- t|i« *i(»j t. Jdaiin, J^nUwr
Aiahn, his wife; Maria Bremer, widow; John
Schaikt-r, Henry B. .SchaiSer; ffcjpftSk Trchaffift,
his wife; John tfchafCer; "Mary Schaffer, his
■.Vlfar;,r-ijbusw L.- LuMtall, ; ty'MMkflfe- LawalL bar
liujiirirjtl; Will la u» Obyne, Delia Caulfield,
William Caulfield, Mary Haaley,- James Han
ley, lifer, husband; Maggie Hund. August
Hund,- ftfir husband; J£a>e Maliss, William
Mauas, Her husband; Julia iShyne. Henry
dti>i’. . bft husband; Anni£ Keinrr, v4e*.*rite
Kfer.ner her husband; John Coyne, William
Coyne. Edward Coyne, Thomas Coen*., Louie
Coyne, hj* wife; Francis CpynJ, John B>it
i/wngrhahi, Jafnes DerrniDshatr, infant; Rich
ard ~tS. Washburn, George W. Washburn,
John T. * Washburn, partr.e;?# trading as
Washburn Bros., Horace it. Hacker, Dante!
K. Oleary, IJoa.i lest on and Worrz Empire
IMrewing Company of N. Y. and the State of
Now Jersey.
You ave hereby notified that at!a public sile
hlatle by tne City CoUfector of JeiAfey." City, ©ft
the 24tb dky of April. 1894, JTh*‘ Mayor and
Aide nut-ft »f Jersey City purchased for the sum
ef fofgyvtfiab dollars and eighty-on© cents ALL
the land aud reel estate situate in Jersey City,
in the County of Hudson and 8tate of New
Jersey, fronting on Terry Alley, which Is laid
down and designated as loft Vk in blocltmuih
her €22, tipon ari assessment map Annexed to a
report number 85, made by the “Coirnn'sslon
ers ef Adjustment” appointed In and for said
City by the Circuit Court of the County »,f
Hudfcon, a certified copy of which report nftd
map was filed In the office of the City Col*
| lector Of Jersey City, on the 20th day nf August.
P©2, skid report and map and hdfif ftafo* b-ifig
toad* pursuant to the provisions of ail act of
the Leglsldjur* of New. Jersey, passed March
S€th. 15*86. entitled
“Aft Act concerning the settlement and codee
tipii Of arrearage;.'' of unpaid tajtes, assessr
mentft and water rates hr water rent* in
eitiee o/ this State, and ini poking awd levy*
iug a lax, assessment and pen 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 w
Ana the several supplements thereto.
And you art rupther notified that ytm appear
to have an estate of Interest fn said land and
real estate, and unless the aabi land and real :
estate ahkir be redeemed, a«f. provided In said
act*, bewMje the expiration of six months from 1
and aXte^jtlie service hereof, a de°d for ib»
same Ail^be given conveying to The May^,- ;
and Aldermen of Jersey City the fee simple of j
said land and real estate according to the pro- -
visions of the said act.
Dated Jersey City. N. J.; May 27th, 1901.
THE MAYOR AND ALDERMEN OF JERSEY
CITY.
E. HOOS.
Atte*t:— Mayor.
M. J. O’DONNELL.
City 'Clerk.
-V fSale No. 4.483.)
New Jersey Title Guarantor & Trust Company
MASTER'S SALE OF LAND—IN CHANCERY
of NpW Jersey.
Between Mary Louise Murphy et als., com
plainants, and James F. McKigney et aJs., de
fendant*.
On Bill for Partition. Decree of Sale.
John F. Marion, Solicitor.
By virtue of an order made in the above erir
titled caurfe, dated October 8th, 1901, I, Charies
J. Roe. one of the Special Masters in Chancery
of the State of New Jersey, will sell at public
vendue to the highest bidder, on
THURSDAY, the twentv-first day of Novem
ber, 1901,
between the hours of 12 and 2 o’clock in the
afternoon., on the premises, at No. 130 Railroad
ayenye, Jersey City, the lands and premise*
mentioned In said decree, particularly described
co' folio* vs:—
,Bsgin'iing^s.t the northerly line oi Rsuro
avehd.® ' wh^r<=> the divMoft tti»“ oetweeh lot?
airfab**:" fdurrern and fifteen in blocK nnvnkH
IMsty-eighi,. on a map of .property oe^r-ging
to fhe late Cornelius Van Vorst, now deceased,
Intersects 'said northerly line of Railroad ave
nue; tftence running a^ong said division line
northerly at, right angles with the said Rail
road avenue about fifty-one feet and eight
inches, be the same more or less, to a corney
in said division line; thence continuing along
said division line at right angles with Newark
avenue about twenty-four feet and eight inches,
be the same more or less, to the line of a lot
of land now or late of Doctor Gardner; thence
northerly parallel with Newark avenue sixteen
feet eight Inches; thence southerly at right
angles with' Newark avenue about twenty-four
feet and eight inches, be the same more or less;
thence .southerly parallel with said division line
fifty-five feet to the southerly line of Railroad
avenue; tbence easterly along the northerly
ling of Railroad avenue sixteen feet and eight
ihchea to tbs place of beginning. Being a part
of said lot number fifteen in said block number
thirty-eight; including the inchoate right of
dower or. the defendant, Ellen McKigney, wife
of said James F. McKigney; Including also
the inehoate right of dower of the defendant,
Mary E. McKigney, wife of said John E. Mc
Kigney, and including the inchoate right of
dower of the defendant, Elisabeth McKigney*
wife bf'iidd Thomas McKigney, and including
the inchoate right of dower of the defendant.
Margaret McKigney, wife of .said William Mc
Klgndy, ’ ^eluding the curtesy of one of the i
said defendants, B. John Anchor, and Including
the curtesy of the said defendant, John H. j
Murphy; together, with all and singular the
hereditaments ana appurtenances to the said
premises belonging or in any wise appertain- j
mg.'
Conditions made known on day of sale.
Dated October Hth, 1901.
CHARLES J. ROE.
Special Master in Chancery.
N<££8£J$ Off SETTLEMENT.—NOTICE 13
hereby given that the final account of the
subscribers, executors of the Wil! ‘"of Hugh
Keenan, deceased, will be audited and stated
by the Surrogate of the County of Hudson, and
reported for settlement on Friday, the 4th day
or October next.
Dated August 29, A. D. 1901. <
TO itOR&AN A. DATTON. JR.. AND MRS. 1
ttapgan A. Dayton, Jr.. Henry Hoerech and ,
Simon WeekeHe. Charles Adams, tenants:—
You are hereby notified that at a public sale
made by the City Collector of Jersey City, on
the 11th day of October. 1S92. the Mayor and
Aldermen of Jersey City purchased for the
sum of two hundred and thirty-four dollars
and 'fffty-rtlne cents ALL the land and real
estate slftiate in Jersey City, in the County
of JJudaon and State of New Jersey, fronting
Oh Seaman avenue. Which is laid down and
designated as lot 60 in block number 639 upon
an assessment map annexed to a report number
72, made by the “Commissioners of Adjust
Trent” 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 af
Jersey 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. 1883,
**An^Act concerning the settlement and col*
lecttffc of arrearages of ufcpa.d taxes, as
sesstisents end water rates or water rents
in cities or this State, ar.d imposing and
levying a tax, assessment and Uen in lieu
and matekO of such arrearages, and to en
force the payment thereof, and to provi ’e
TOr thfe gale of lands subjected to future
taxation and avseiwnieht.’*
And the several supplements thereto.
And yo~ are rurtner notified that you appear
to have an estate or interest in said land and
real estate, and unless the said land aod reaS
estate shall be redeeuied. as provided m satd
sots, before the expiration of six months from
and after the service hereof, a deed for the
game • will--.he given conveying to The Mayor
and /’{jertnea of Jersey City, the fee simple
of said latid and real estate according to the
pMttfhfogwaf *be «aid act.
Dated Jersey City, N. J.. January 34. 2NL
■iSeTm'AXOl't AND ALDEKMEN OF JED*
mt city. 2
S. HOOK
(Seat) Mayor,
Attest— M. 3. O’DONNELL.
City Clerk.
(Sale No. 3088.)
New Jersey Title Guarantee and Trust Oom
-■ •' . ;_Phny.
yo JULIA CLAESSON, OCT A V1A E LEU REN
Claessoh, his wire; Wradel Maacluuo, Leonid
Maachino, his wife; Margaret Sehmaie,
widow; Maria J. Harris, widow; John S.
Harris. Minnie L. Harris, Ub wife; Mary
E. Toffey, Jghh J. Toffey. her husband;
Emma L. Toffey, William V. Toffey, her
| husband; Margaret A. Throckmorton, yvWow;
Elica J. Sip, widow; Etmna L. Aviles,
widows .Daniel Van Winkle, Emma Van
Winkle, his .wifei Peter S. Van Winkle,
Catalina Van Winkle, his wife; Mary J. Van.
\\ .Okie, widow; Edward Van Winkle, Sams
Van Winkle, his wife; Lavina Brigham.
Aldermen of Jersey City purchased for tha
sum .While' thousand one hundred and forty
two dollars and sixty-seven cents ALL the
iind and reai estate situate in Jersey City.
In tha County of Hudson and State of Hew
Jersey., fronting on Tonneie avenue, w hi civ is
laid doSvh' arid designated as lot 34 in block
number 948 upon an assessment map annexed
to’ 4 report .number 88, made by the ‘ "Commis
sioners* of Adjustment” appointed in and for
said gity by the Circuit Court of ihe County of
Hddson; It certified copy of which report and
map wfcar filed m the office of the City Col
lector of Jersey City, on the 1st day of March.
1863, rtfafie pursuant to the provisions of
ab let of the Legislature of New Jersey,
pasnifi Mtrbh 30th. 1881, entitled:—
“Alt Act Concerning the settlement and col
lection of arrearages or unpaid taxes, as*
easements ar.d water rates or water rents
ln cll»* of this State, and imposing and
levying a tax, assessment and Hen in lieu
ana instead of such arrearages, and to en
force the payment thereof, and to provide
fot the sale or lands subjected to future
taxation uml assessment.”
And the'JeVera i supplements thereto.
And yoal«*e runner hotified that you appea*
to have AiRestau* or interest in said land and
r**al estate? and unless the said land and real
estate shall be redeemed, as provided in said
acts, before the expiration of six months frcrrt
and *ttef tha service thereof,a deed Cor the
seme 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 Jersey City, N. J.\ April J, 1901.
tii^maydR and aldermen or jersey
(Seal.) ’ E. HOO&.
Attest:— Mayor.
a II. J. O’DONNELL.
:: City Clerk.
fSale No. I,167.>
NQXrCR- **0 CRKDITORS-KSl'ATK Oi?
Christine Ruppet. deceased; Anna Ruppet.
executrix vf Christine Kuppol, deceased; by
‘order of the Deputy Surrey to of Hudson
County, duted July is, i»oi, hereby ytves notice
u> 4he creditor* ot said decedent U» brio* In
itfftfr dPhl.M. demands and cliUtns uyulast th^
estate ot said decedent, under'oath or affirma
Hon. 'SulhW tffho months from the date of suit?
order. t*p they will lw» forever barred of any
action therefor against said executrix.
■ *«- AMNT 4. ttCPPKt.
COR1*OltATJOX XOTlCH
cpSpokStjo?? NOTIcTr..
Notice ir herdby glvTrt nmt db tne toy
of August, 19ot, application was made to the
Board «f ‘Street aj.nl Water CommisRionerR by
ft. A. Adams and others fof the
lMPUOJfRMKNT pr BROADWAY,
between Wrtgfu avenue arid \yest side of Da*e«
aVPptii'.
S&id improvement to be made conformably
lo the provisions of Chapter 217 of the Lawi
of 1X9,>, and in the following manner Including
all inlcte^etioo?:
. Tb. have tJje street for the ^ull width thereof
graded to the established g: «*>: by excavating
or filling^he same to the e»iM dished grawJo.
To' new 20-inch curb g *t on each side
: he | ft if.
T<» have,the present curb reset and new 20
Ttich tttri> : ffiif-t-r nf<?ess»fV.
To ifcrve the gtfpers one*c4i side -fieved with
stone paving to a width of 30 Inches.
To have new blue atone flagging. 4 feet wide,
laid on earh sjdetfraiK.
Tf> have the present flagging relaid add new
flagging Tabl v/here “hMsTOiy. J
To have new bridge sLone crosawaiks laid.
To have the present bridge atone crosswalks
reljlid and tve w bf idffe si one laid where acces
sary."
And all other work done that may be neces
sary to provide' for the flow of the surface
wate'f and to ttrmpiete' the improvement- In a
Shod and substantial manner.
Notice Is * 1*0 -given iha? on lue 4lb day
<»f NuVcmlief. Wi, fire <“.-r:wibi?»H««ers of As*
geasnigriL filed in the office Of the -Clerk **f the
Board of Street find Water C*«muiia»»i‘»nerH iheir
preliminary rigfajt for Raid improvt-nc-nt, show
ffi£ the prObablo' total cant «*f *hfb eofUempLued
h$pEOVe$ftent, and the probable a mou nt to be
agspased bn property spccl&fiy benefited there
by, and the aarno 4s how drum m paMk in
apectioh in the office of pie clerk of said
Board.
And notice is also given-that the following
streets or avenues or particular sec lions- thereof
are included in t»*'M a**es-;n*ht, namely:—
BROADWAY.
from Wright, &vepuR to a, pem i l<» feet weak
of Dales avenue*
HALES AVENTE.
on vfie east side from Broadway to Us southerly
terminus, and on the west side from Broadway
to » ]wdn* about 2*4 feet south- thereof.
WALLAS AVENUE.
from a pofnt about feet north of Broadway
to it*r aoutherly terminus.
, AmL tha.t in acvordaiMO with the provision*
of the" Act above cited the 19th day of Novem
ber, 1901. at 2 o'clock P. M,, and the Assembly
c’iianyber of t foe City-Hall ure: hereby fixed a*
the time and pldt-e when and where the Board
of Rtfeet- and Water Corntnis-doners frill m*»’
to hear ajl parties interested in said awdieadon
and all remonstrances against the said pro-*
posed irtiptWenaexit that may be presented in
writing.
By i>njer of the Board of Street and Water
Commissioners.
GEORGE T. BOUTON,
Clerk.
Dated Jersey city. November 9, 1JWW.
CORPORATION NOTICE.
Notice U hereby given that on the 9th day
of July, i‘W], application was made to the
Hoard of Street and Water Commissioners by
Antonio Boori and others for the *
IMPROVEMENT OF MERSELBS STREET,
between Newark avenue and Third street.
Said improvement to he made conformably
to the provisions of Chapter 217 of the La,’*'*
of 1895, stnd in fh*. foliowfng rr,sn -<?v"’«Q’h9
b !1 ini®»se.-^ione;—
To J'lS-ye Tor .h* TuI’ wtoT i; there©!,
btdewai*. i<k the
%rivbji^hed,gratis, ov,«m*w^ o h ling the
lame to Hie established graa®^'
To have new 20-tnch curb set on tho <iuiise£i?
$ide thereof.
To hgyfc the present curb reset and new' 20
Rtfeb curb set-W'here necessary on the easterly
side of street.
To have the gutters on each side paved with
stone paving to a width of 36 inches.
To have new blue stone flagging. 4 feat wide,
laid on the easterly side of street.
To have the present flagging relaid and new
flashing laid where, necessary on the easterly
side.
To have new bridge stone crosswalks laid.
To have the present bridge stone. crosswalk*
| relaid and new bridge stone 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.
And notice id also given that on the 4th day
of November, 1901, the Commissioners of As
sessment filed in the office of the Clerk of the
Board of Street and Water Commissioners
I 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 oysn
to public Inspection In the office of the Clerk
of said Board.
And notice is also given that the following
streets or avenues or particular sections there
of are included m said assessment, namely:—
MfcRSELES STREET.
on the easterly side from Third street to New
ark aVenue.
FOURTH STREET,
from Merseles street to points about on the
south side .257 feet and on the north .side 165
feet east thereof.
NEWARK AVENUE,
on the south side from Merseles street to mt'
point 25 feet east thereof. '
And that in accordance with the provisions
of the Aut above cited the 19th day of-ljovem
f her, idol, at 2 o’clock F. M., and the Assembly
Chamber of the City Hall are hereby fixed as
the time and place when and where the Board
of Street ahd Water Commissioners will meet
to hear all parties interested In said applica
tion and all remonstrances against the said
proposed improvement that may be presented
in writing.
By order of the Board of Street and Water
Commissioners.
GEORGE T. BOUTON.
Clerk.
Dated Jersey City, November 8, 1901.
CORPORATION NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that on the Sth day
; of August, 1901, ^application was made to ths
Board of Street and Water Commissioners by
Henry Gibbs and others for the construction
of a
SEWER IN ttcADOO AVENUE,
from Hudson Boulevard to Spring street; in
Spring street, from McAdoo avenue to connect
with the main sewer at Terhune avenue
Said sewer to be built conformably to the
provisions of Chapter 217 of the Laws of 1895,
and Vn accordance with the established plan
of sewerage, together with all the necessary
manholes, receiving basins and appurtenances.
Notice is also given that on the 4th day of
November, 1901. the Commissioners of Assess
ment filed in the office of the Clerk of the
Board of-Street and Water Commissioners-Ihelr
preliminary map for said improvement, show
ing the probable total cost pf the contemplated
improvement ahd the probable ambunt to be
assessed on property specially benefited thereby,
and the same is now open to public inspection
in the office of the Clerk of said Board.
And notice is also given that the following
streets or avenues or particular sections there
of are included in said assessment, namely:—
MeADOO AVENUE.
froth Spring street to Hudson Boulevard.
SPRING STREET.
from McAdoo avenue to Terhune avenue.
TERHUNE AVENUE.
on the easterly side from Spring street to a
point 25 feet south thereof.
FOWLER AVENUE.
from McAd°o avei\ue to a point about 357.41
feet east thereof.
HUDSON BOULEVARD,
on the north side from a point 77.7 feet weft
Of McAdoo avenue to Stevens avenue.
Aril that in Accordance with, the provision*
of the Act above «jied the 19th .day of Novem
ber. 1901, at 2 o’clock P. M., ahd the Assembly
Chamber of the City Hall are hereby fl*ed as
the .Utne and place wlvm ami where the Board
of Street and Water Commissioners will meet
to hear all parties interested in said applies
tion and all remonstrances agafnst the said
proposed improvement that may be presented
in writing.
By oiider of the Board of Street ami Water
Cotom issione-rs.
GEORGE T; BOUTON.
Clerk.
Dated Jersey City. November 8. 1901.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals will be received by th*
Board of Education on Thursday, November
14? TM1. at. 9 o'clock P. M.. for t*e
SALE AND toWVAL QF THE BUILDING
KM)WN AS PUBLIC SCITtUM, NO. 2,
situate on Erie street, m accordance with th*
plans and specifications for the same .on file
in th* oJTicf of the Supervising Architect.
John T, Rpwlahd. Jr., ;5T> Montgomery street,
where biaTTR -^wn of bid and agreement of
surety must he obtained?
Proposal* must be enclosed in sealed en
velopes, endorsed ‘‘Proposals for the sale and
removal of Public School No. *1” directed ro
•‘Mr. Johflr H. Ward, Uha Irman- School No. 2.”
and handed to the Clerk m opeiy meeting when
called for in the order of business .relating to
sealed proposal?.
A isurety company wU*. only be aet*»pted a*
surety.
Tl\|e Bbard reserves the right to reject any
or all blits tf by So dothg the*best Interests of
the eUy -may -he conserved.
Uv order of the "Board of Education*
JOHN n. WfAER
Commit te*.
JAMBS T. WISEMAN,
Clerk.
* L .-UKfi.. J-11 """P'-.R?1".'! 1 1*
HUO-SOxN COUNTY ORPHANS* COURT.
In the'matter of the application of Basin*
Dommergu* for; Peace to odypt Jul«s Arthui
Vidg:.
Notice fs hereby given dba.t by order of the
said Count the • petition *n Rosinu Pomgiergu*
was this day 41 lad. wUb the Clerk of said
Court praying loove to adopt Jules Arthut
Voigt, a minor cUtlJ, by virtue of the pro
visions of “A* Act providing for the adnptior
ofc’hndrett,” approved March 9th, 15*77. and thd»
: 1 Court has fixed Friday, the thirteenth daj
or |ttti>b*t. AMI, at 10 o'clock m -the fcr«*
tunai, at ,l.< i'viiH m Jersey City, a«
the thn« und plue* *»h#ti kr.d Tvbe»s rht1 ap
pointment of a friend tj ill l, *hiU wit
be mftd£.
Dwteir Angus* 20th. jam.
ROSIN A DOUMERGUE,

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