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MONDAY. DECEMBER 9. 1901.
'Jhis paper is Democratic in principle
< rtd is independent in its views on all local
cuestiocs. \
Tha Great Kaw York Reform Victory
The net results of the great reform vic
tory in New York are amusing. The
■most robust if not the most advertised is
understood to be Mayor Low’s boom for
the Presidency. This is going to be a
very prominent element in New York poli
tics, and It is the true explanation of
much that is otherwise puzzling in pres
ent municipal developments across the
river, in other words, in making ‘his ap
pointments, Mr. Low is starting in to
build up a machine of his own in oppo
sition to the Roosevelt and Odell combina
tions. The papers are not saying much
about this as yet: but on the inside it is ;
well known, and there is no small bitter
ness among the ideal reformers under it. j
Second in importance to this movement
and closely connected with it is Mr.
Low's scheme to get the liquor power on
his side. He will no doubt use all his in- •
faience with the Legislature—and very
small it will be—to have* Sunday opening
lew passed. This, however, is only a
gallery play. Mr. Low and everybody else
knows that no such law can he passed in
New York. Odell would not let it pass,
because Low would get the glory of it.
<But Mr. Low has a still better card to
play. It is his pew Police Commissioner,
Mr. Partridge. Mr. Partridge has a
record on the Sunday liqUor question.
He is a side-door tolerationist. He per
mitted aide-door sales in Brooklyn, and, |
of course, he will do the same now’, all j
over New York. He is a pretty straight
Man and he will no doubt make an effort
u>- prevent blackmail from growing out
or this toleration. Whether be can sue
r c-fd in SO vast a field as the Great New
York ma>\ well, be doubted.
Another interesting and important ae- i
quel to Mr. Low’s election i« the bitter
war which is already on between him and
the machine eJement of the G. O. P. Mr.
Low is consulting-none of the bosses in j
rospf'tf to his appointments or policy, or, i
if lie “is. he is not paying any heed to ‘
their advice. He is filling up the ■ offices
with '‘experts,’’ and the politicians, who
think they elected him, are getting very
sore. Already measures^ are freely talked
of. to clip his wings and reduce his power.
He can act as a free agent only so long
jus the Legislature chooses. The members
of the Legislature are totally independent \
of him. Only a few Republicans come
from h’n sphere of influence. The dicta
torial majority is made up of hayseeders,
nowadays the. creatures of Odeli. So,
when the machine gets tired of Mr. Low 6
rival enterprise, it will simply amend the
New York ciiartcr and strangle him.
Befor> they get through with tlie-eom
Ing regime, the people witi he sorry they
did nqt elect Shepard.

As »o Contempt of Conrt.
It is not necessary to have any sym
pathy with ‘W. It. Heart* or his style of
journalism to approve most heartily the
release of his employes whom a Chicago
Jmtge lias recently striven to discipline for
crit leisure hts action on the bench. Two
of He aril’s men wort: condemned to for.y
and Itiiri v IthjSrlitoi'.nieh: ‘.espdctiTO
ly. Til,-.. I tad out u writ of habeas core,
pus. and it they were, released..
The case turned upon file clement of
time. Judge Dunne, before whom the
-*
habeas corpus proceedings were held, ad
mit t.-fti - 4-hat, the articles and cartoon
which Judge Hanecy, the ofT>»iJed Judge,
objected to were clearly calcui-ued to in
timidate and eoerce the Court, had the
count not already rendered its decision.
Judge’ TJdhne admitted that’the cartoon
ifl ■c-idenne-wns -probably* libellous, am.
the articles possibly so. Harsh criticism.
Judge Dunne remarked, is one of the inet
deqts and burdens of public life.
“1 see no reason," he said, “why a Judge
should he offered a different temedy for
attacks in the public prints than a Presi
dent or a Governor or a Congressman.
Criticism of a public official, if just, will
do good: ’ if unjust, will do harm."
This Is at once good law and good sense.
A judge about to take official action
should be fully protected against alt out
side interference or influence. He should
be *able to the fullest criticism for his
completed acts. His liability to criticism
shouid exceed even that of ministerial
officers, since any sort of perversity on
his part is more dangerous 10 personal
rights. and public interests than in the
case o' any other officer of the govern
ment. “ •
Tin “Journal’s" Mud Sticks.
The papers all over the State are again
writing • UP Hudson County and Jersey
City a# the vestibules of Hades and quot
ing the “Evening Journal" as their au
thority.
The Newark “News" comes out In favor
of a Jury Commission law. But it quotes
no Republican statesmen as favoring It.
Thus we see how the "Journal's" cru
sade works. It gives this community a
had name, but It has no influence what
ever upon the leaders of its party. It is
potent for evil only.
Before and After.
Now that election Is over, the “Journal"
is again announcing realty booms. This
time, it is In Greenville.
AMUSEMENTS*
Aon demy of Music.
“Happy 'Hooligan” comes to the Acad*
pray this week. This* frolicsome hodge
podge of the stage is* sure of big audi
ences. A contemplation of its feminine
charms leaves one in bewilderiftent and
'yet with complacent satisfaction. In
farce comedy colloquial, it “goes the
limit.” and. from what one eee® nowa
days, It is po^lble to get more amuse
ment and laughter out of “Happy Hooli
gan” than for a cycle of plain, ordinary,
everyday artistic comedies. Much of the
fun depends upon the fun makers, and a
merrier bunch than those who cavort
around the stage iu this farce could not
be picked from any theatrical agency in
the world. Roes Snow will be there, and.
as the saying goes, “would make a horse
laugh.” He is without question one of
the funniest comedians on the stage. The
gallery god® will be there to overflowing
to greet him, and their gladness will be
made manifeat. Among the others favor
ably mentioned are “Willie” Gerdes, the
biggest comedian on the stage today, who
will assume the policeman; Maggie Wes
ton, the typical Irish woman, and Charles
Otto, the German.
Bijou Theatre.
Harriet Beecher Stowe's “Uncle Tom's
Cabin” will be at the Bijou all this week.
The heart interest is so intense that a
magnetic influence seems to assert itself
at times and draw us again within the
portals -at the play house to witness
these thrilling scenes of antde helium
days, and we can safely prophesy that
its memory and action will linger with
us, as it has done with past generations,
affording amusement, pleasure, pathos
and instruction for young and old alike.
A grand and studendous production of
this immortal play will be given by Stet
son's big double company at the Bijou
Theatre all next week. A novel feature
that has been added Is the marvellous
street parade, which will be given on the
principal streets at noon. This parade is
without doubt the largest that has ever
been attempted by any attraction play
ing theatres, and from past criticism and
press comment, we feel safe in echoing
the words of Manager Leon W. Wash
hum, “It beats a circus.”
RAYMOND-ROTH HOME
Peopla Who Contributed to tho
ThanksGt'nin*' Dinner.
Those who contributed to the Thanks
giving day dinner at the 'Ravmond-Roth
Home were;—Mrs. Winki, one gallon
wine; Mrf>. Heinberger, ten gallons cider;
Mrs. John G. Mars, tea; Mr. Henry
Freriehs. one-half barrel of beer; Mrs.
Dohrmann. dried prunes and apples:
Mrs. Otto Wilkins, ham; Mrs. F. Gallery,
apple pie: Mrs. Stehl, ten gallons cider;
Public School No. 20, groceries; Needle
Work Guild, garments: 'Mr. John Betz,
barrel of flour: Mr. Ruempier, barrel of
flour, twelve cans peas; Mrs. C. Brauti
gam, two barrels turnips, one barrel
sweet potatoes; Mr. C. Wulkamp, one
gallon whiskey; Mrs. Blake, fruits; Mrs.
Henning, meat; Mrs. Koenig, one barrel
oatmeal.
Meat, Bread and Cakes—Mr. Ackerman,
AdeUmg, Alexander. MeAuslaud. Bender,
Berger. Bloom. Brautignm. Bruns. Bush
Bros., Ehrhardt, Gardner, Qerth. Giunz,
Grnu. Griminger, Keppner, Hennessey,
TTertning, 'Hohmeyer. Hovert, Holzapfei,
Huppmann, Jaeger. Janson. Klirck.
Kneisel, Koehler, Knpf, Kurfehs. Loh
mann. Laub, Martens, Meinknccht,
'Meisel, Mastick, Prigge, Robinson,
Schmitt. Spangenberg, Simon, Steber,
Tamke. Ulrich, Weiler, Wittpen, Zeyher.
Newspapers—'New York “Staats Zeit
ung." Sunday “Staats Zeitung." New Jer
sey "Staats Zeitung,” New York “Morgen
Journal," Sunday "Morgen Journal,”
•Xewark “ Pioneer* “
The German Pioneer Verein wishes to
thank these good people who so generous
ly contributed to the Home.
FREEHOLDERS AS SANTA CLAUS
They Increase the Salaries of Effi
cient County Employes.
The Board of Freeholders through the
dismissal last year of eleven useless em
ployees at the county institutions reduced
the payroll over $6,000 annually, and as a
reward for the faithful and efficient ser
vices of foyr employes thir salaries have
been Increased. One employee of the
Register's office. Man Cuctodian C. P.
Smith, has had his salary reduced from
$1,51*1 to
Mcdion-l Superintendent Ur. George \V»
King, the sole resident physician at Snake
HUl, and who. with the assistance of Dr.
Richard Schlemm. attends not only to the
sick among the 1,500 paupers, prisoners
and lunatics, but ns well to the smallpox
patients, will receive $3,500 next year in
stead of t&SOO. as formerly. This increase
only brings the salary of th)* Medical
Superintendent up to that paid by Essex
County.
Clerk John P. Egan, who has proved a
most capable and courteous official, will
receive as a reward $500 more next year,
and Index Clerks John Ryan and Pierce
: Fleming have each been raised from $1,000
to $1,150.
The employes dismissed during the year
whose places were not filled by the Board
include, three men at the gas making
j plant, which was abolished; two bakers,
four asylum and penitentiary attendants
and two school teachers, whose services
were no longer required because of the
transfer of the Almshouse children to the
custody of the State Board of Guardians.
LECTURES ON ARCHITECTURE
Interesting Course of New Jersey
Chapter of the American Institution
The New Jersey chapter of the Ameri
can Institute of Architects will give a ser
ies of leptures during the winter for those
who are interested in subjects connected
with their work. These lectures will be
given in the spacious auditorium of the
Republican State Committee's rooms in
the Strauss Building. Newark. The first
lecture of this series will be given to
morrow evening by Frank Miles Day. F.
A. I. A. of Philadelphia, who will speak
on "The Literature of Greek Architec
ture, ” and will use the lantern to Illus
trate his tjieme. Mr. Day lectures before
the Architectural School of the I 'nlversity
ot Pennsylvania, and is most familiar
with his subject.
This course will'embrace six lectures, all
by men eminent In their profession.
FIERCE FIGHT
South Jersey Determined
Essex Shall Not Get
the Speakership.
AFRAID OF CARL LENTZ
Preparing to Make Franklin
Murphy’s Inaugural an
Elaborate Spectacle.
[Special to "The Jersey City News/'l
TRENTON, Dec. 9, 1901.—From all out
ward appearance there is a tight to the
linish on beLween North and South Jer
sey over the House Speakership; hut,
whatever the result, the're Is no prospect
of any serious differences arising among
thoi»e engaged in it. Speaker Bradley 13
not the man to gather the elements of
discord unto himself, nor i6 his good
natured opponent, Bachelier. of Essex,
likely to arouse such antagonism among
the friends of the Camden man that there ;
can be no smoothing of things after the
smoke ot battle shall have cleared away.
The whole light, while animated enough
to euit the most excitable campaigner, is
not acidulated with any personal feeling,
and the two foremost candidates are very
good friends—such good friends, indeed,
that when the thing is done and one of
them takes up the gavel of the Speaker
ship the other will feel satisfied that
thorn lias been a clean, straightforward
canvass for the post of honor.
The one element of discord which
promised to inject itself into the can
vass has been eliminated by the prompt
action of Speaker Bradley. Major Carl !
Lentz, who is backing Bachelier so
strenuously that he can see nothing on
the track to block his- way, seemed de
termined to attribut to the Camden man
statements which he had not made, or
even authorized- or sanctioned. When, at |
the Capitol gathering last week, Bradley
gave t.he Major a distinct and emphatic
denial of the statements attributed to
him, and declared that he was after the
Speakership only because of the desire
of his many friends of the last House
who had asked him to stand again, he ;
took from the Major much of the am
munition with which he had been load
ing his guns.
The Major had asserted that the Speak
er had been claiming without reason,
therefor that General Sewell was desirous
of seeing him re-elected, and that this had
been used to influence members-elcct to
turn in for the Camden man. The Speaker
very quickly told the Major .inat he had
done nothing of the sort, and If anyone
else had used this argument in his behalf
it had been done without his authority or
sanction. He had not seen General Sew
ell nor communicated with him in any
way upon the subject, but had consented
to become a candidate for Speaker only at
the .earnest request of his, friends. Thai
was all there was to the matter, and if
the members-elect desired to choose
Bacheller, It was their own prerogative,
and he could not criticise their action nor
question their choice. The Major retired
from the interview, apparently, with a
bad taste In his mouth, and straightway
he began to explain. He had made much
capita! out of what he choose to consider
the false pretenses of the Camden man.
and when he discovered that the Camden
man was making no such canvass he was
becalmed, high and dry.
The Essex people have been heavy on
the claim in the past week, but It looks
like a largp and vociferous ga'.e of wind.
J, Harry Bacheller. the candidate for
Speaker, is a bright enough man and
worth all the honors the Assembly may
bestow upon him, but he is traveling
under a severe handicap. It is foreseen
by all the other Assembiymen-elect that
with Essex and the Major in- full con
trol of thing** at the legislative session
to Some there would be little chance for
any other county to get what it wanted
without making some sort of arrange
ment with them and bowing the humble
keep to fhe Major. Thus, if the Essex
eleven, with the help of Major Lentz,
should land the Speakership it would be
through such a combination that would
practically bar South Jersey from par
ticipation in the distribution of the offices
within the gift of the Legislature. It is
this fear that has been Bradley's great
est element of strength, and If he fails
to win it will be because the Essex peo
ple have been able to form a combina
tion that South Jersey cannot- overcome.
Up to this writing that does not seem
probable.
A deal of anxiety pervades political
circles of the State over the condition of
General Sewell, who arrived at his Cam
den home after a two months’ sojourn
in the South. It ts stated that the Gen
era! is in such feeble health that there ie
email hope of his ultimate recovery, al
though he may rally and really improve
for a time. Just what this means to the
politics of New Jersey cannot at this
time be estimated, 'file General has
h»en (filch a prominent figure in the coun
sels of the Republican party for so many
1 yearn that with him out of the reckon
ing there is sure to be chaos for a long
time. To his leadership more than
| any one thing else has been attributed
the powerful organization which "has
been"erected jn the State and which has
wop such a signal victory for so long a
period. Now, if he shall be unable to
: direct tilings in the coming organization
of the Legislature and it looks as
' though he would not recover sufficiently
j to take an active part in the delibera
! tions of the party managers th e winter—
there is sure to be some bickering «nd
perhaps some unpleasant consequences.
Indeed, it will be like the play of "Ham
let'' with the melancholy Dane missing.
There is a well organized movement in
the. State capital to give. Franklin Murphy
an inauguration that will be historic. The
plan comprehends not only a civic and
political parade, but it Is to be dignified
by a very generous turnout of the
National Guard of the State. The plans
are far from being completed, but what
is contemplated indicates that the escort
and parade in honor of the induction of
Mr. Murphy ns Gc nor will exceed any
thing ever witness' 1 in the State, even
the brilliant pageant aeorded General
McClellan,
While the inaugural ceremonies are en
tirely controlled by the joint committee
of the two houses of the Legislature, but
| in view of the expressed desire of some of
[ the political organizations in the upper
part of the State, it has been deemed
proper to begin preparations at once for
the Inaugural parade.
A committee consisting of Adjutant
General Oliphant, State Comptroller Han
cock, Chancery Clerk Edward C. Stokes
and Senator B- J. Hutohlnson of Mercer
County, are preparing the preliminary
plans of the parade, so, as to have a com
pleted scheme to present to the Joint com
mittee of the Legislature, who have but
• V » '
Catarrh
la a constitutional disease.
It originates in a scrofulous condition ot
the blood and depends on that condition.
It often causes headache and dizziness,
impairs the taste, smell and hearing, af
fects the vocal organs, disturbs the stomach.
It is always radically and permanently
cured by the blood-purifying, alterative
and tonic action of
Hood's Sarsaparilla
This great medicine has wrought the most
wonderful cures of all diseases depending
on scrofula or the scrofulous babi .
Hood's ruts are the be«t cathartic.
one week to prepare the details of the In
augural. Thd action on the' part of this
self-constituted committee Is Justified be
cause of the statement that the Franklin
Murphy Association of Jersey City, the
original boomers of Franklin Murphy, are
anxious to be his special escort on the oc
casion of his inauguration. This has led
to the expressed desire of other organiza
tions to participate, such as the new Sam
uel Dickinson Association 'bf Jersey City,
the'Frelin|jliuysen Lancers and several of
the Trenton cldbs. 'These expresslohs on
the part of the organizations to be in evi
dence. has led to some activity in other
directions, and the conclusion was reach
ed that if there IsMo be a parade it .should ,
be one of sufficient magnitude to repre
sent the dignity of the State.
The committee has named Captain.
Frederick Gilkyson as the marshall of tl-e
civic and political division. He proposes
during the rest of the week to communi
cate With all the Republican clubs through
the medium of F. F. Myers, the president
of tile League of Republican Clubs, so as
to ascertain just how many clubs are con
sidering the proposition of participating.
Captain Gilkyson expects by next week
to have some definite idea of cho dimen
sions of the politics! division.
Fob the first time since the elaborate
inaugural procession of General George B.
McClellan, there is to be an imposing mili
tary display, just now much is not known.
It is certain that the First brigade will be
ordered out, with the Essex troop, for |
special escort, bbut it is hinted unofficial- i
ly by prominent military men that per- j
haps the entire division of the National
Gliard will participate. The only thing
that stands in the way of the- latter order
is the' fstct that the Second brigade has
been erdered out fdr the Trenton battle *
monument celebration, the expense of
which will fall on the State. It is certain
l-hat the First brigade will be pat in ser
vice. The <p>est Ion of the entire division
rests with the State military hoard, who
will consider the matter at the next meet
ing: It is known here that the expressed
sentiment of the military board is for a
full representation of the National Guard.
PASSAIC POLLUTION
The Report Upon Engineering
Conditions S0017 to Be
Made.
The consulting engineers employed by
the State Sewerage Commission to ex
amine into the Passaic River sewerage
problem and to consider the reports of
the local engineers, have completed their i
work, and the reports, with the recom
mendations and discussion of the com
mission, will be forwarded to Governor
Voorhees in time for consideration by
him before be prepares his annual mes
sage. The work has been elaborately done
and has occupied the engineers and the
commission since early last summer,
when the Governor granted the neces
sary funds. The consulting engineers are
Rudolph Hering, J. J. R. Croes and Wil
liam M. Brown. Jr. The local engineers
are Messrs. Wise & Watson, of Passaic:
Ferguson, ot Paterson, and Owen, of
Newark.
The nature of the report will not be
made known until the Governor has
pasesd upon it. At Paterson, Saturday,
in answer to a reporter’s question, Mayor
Hlnchllffe, who is a member of the com
mission, said:—
"Yes, it is true the experts have made
a report, and that the commission has
discussed it, but we can say nothing
about it at this (time.”
The bill in the Chancery suit brought
by Colonel Phillips, of Dundee, and nu
merous other property owners just below
Paterson, claiming damages from that
city for injury by sewage pollution, is
ready for filing. The affidavits of prop
erty owners are startling, showing dam
ages reaching to millions by reason of
the foul condition of the river. These
claims comprise actual losses to property,
cost of special water supplies, filtering
plants and similar expenses. Nearly all
the manufacturers on the river at Pas
saic make claims for large sums. Counsel
for the claimants are Lindabury & Depue,
of Newark.
HURT IN TROLLEY COLLISION
Milk Wagon Wrecked and Two
Men Severely Injured.
I Trolley car No. 41, of the North Hudson
County Railway Company, bound south in
New York avenue, near South street, at
ten minutes past two o'clock yesterday
morning, ran into the rear end of a
milk wagon belonging to the Metropolitan
Dairy Company, of Hoboken. The wagon
was demolished ahtl EdVard Stretch, of
No, 111 Hutton street, one <?f the owners,
who was driving, and Louis Beekman, of
No. 129 Spring street. West Hoboken, were
both thrown and were badly' injured.
Stretch received bad contusions on the
face above and below the left -eye and his
upper lip was Spilt open. He refused to
go to the hospital. His wounds were
dressed by Dr. Henry. Beekman’s face
was cut and his right leg was injured. He
was attended by Dr. U. Allen and taken
I home in one of the Traction Company’s
patrol wpgons.
I The cay that did the damage was
planned, by Jacob Ehler, of No. 431 Spring
street. West Hoboken, and Edward Will
iams, of No. 231 Cambridge avenue.
SETBACK FOR ROSSING
Snei His Wife for Divorce Bat Her
Answer Bars Him Out.
John Rossing, a native of Hoboken,
started a divorce suit from bis wife,
Serena, to whom he was married in 1S81,
| in Minneapolis. They came to live in
Hoboken , but Mrs. Rossing, so her hus
band declared, got so- sick' of the place
that she took her four children back to
her beloved Minneapolis and has remain
ed there ever since and won’t come back.
Mrs. Roesing’s answer, however, told a
different story. She says her husband
; permitted her to go there and live and
gave her so much a week, which he lias
paid up. to a month ago. This came as a
surpise to Lawyer Potts for the husband,
that he at once compelled' the liusbahd to
withdraw the suit.. *.i.''
K Tipe ptiancellor Pitney permitted this
and ordered the husband to pay all the
costs. :... .■ , -p:
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M'KiNLET
MEMORIAL
Committee Appointed to Re
ceive Contributions in
Hudson County.
PROMINENT MEN NAMED
Meeting Will Be Held Tues
day Night in City Hall
Assembly Chamber.
The Commute authorized by the Hud
son County Committee of the Natlunal
McKinley Memorial Association to secure,
contributions toward the McKinley Mem
orial has been appointed as follows:—
Jersey City—Mayor Edw. llooa, Col. C.
V. Fuller, Henry Snyder, Rev. \V. H
Ruth, Rev. G. G. Vogel, Edward Fry,
Michael I. Fagen. George F. Witt, George
R. Hough, Chas. Armbruster, Rev.
Thomas liall. Hugh Dugan, Chas. E.
Cassidy, Hugh Douglass, Rev. E. L. Stod
dard, Robt. M. Jarvis, Benj. Edge, Pat
rick Kpnny, William Seudder, Rev. Benj.
Otto, A. J. Corcoran, Geo^ F. Perkins,
John Casey, Jas. M. Connolly, F. A.
Kohlhund, John Conway, Benj. F. Mui
phy, C. E. Ross, Rev. H. C. Cronin, Geo.
C. Bouton, J. W. Hardenbergh, James E.
Newkirk, Frank J. Mathews, Rev. C. R.
Barnes, F. M. Lockwood, Rev. J. J. Boy
lan. Rev. W. T. Stuchell. Frank H. Hull,
Lt. Harry Opdyke, J. H. Weast
ell, the Rev. A. Elmendnrf, the
Rev. C. Herr, D. D., fleo. F. Stratford. B
L. Stowe; Wm. Ritter, Rev. B. 11. Ter
Woert, O. H. Perry, Rev. T. <\ Mayham.
Owen Farley, Joseph Kaiser. James
Birmingham, Rev. J. F. Morgan,
Rev. G. S. Bennltt. Colonel J. W.
Holmes, Henry Poster, Robt. S. Hudspeth,
Rev. L. C. M. Carroll. Charles Carroll, F.
E. Henderson, Fred. Frambacii, Robcr;
Davis, George Judson, G. AV. Peterson,
Reuben Simpson, Henry Lembeok, Thos
M. Miggins, George Krause, J. II. Potts.
Frank O. Cole, M. Stack, J. C. Clarke, C.
Ruempler, J. J. Lillis, it. F. Kellaher, P.
T. Powers, H. Roebuck, F. Mathes, F. J.
Stunr, G. Hoffman, J. E. McArthur, W. C.
Heppenhalmer, Harry H. Holmes, Rev. j
E; Heindel, Rev. J. F. Sheppard. Charles
Merker, Philip Tumilty, Bdw. S. Brown,
James G. Hasking, John W. Heck, E. C.
Kingsland, G. W. Dowe, Rev. A. N.
Thompson, G. Van Keuren, J. E. Moore
John Rich, John Landrine, Rev. J. E.
Heindel, J. Glenn, Rev. E. A. Meury. P.
J. McArdle, J. V. Forster, H. H. Aber
nethy, J. E. Bernstein.
Bayonne—R. A. Brown. A. Benny, C.
Robinson, H. 'Roberson, C. E. Annett. F.
H. Melville, T. 'Magner, J. B. McNeil.
W. C. Hamilton. Mayor E. Seymour, J.
C. Ryer, M. Thomas’. J. J. Bechtold, N.
TrasK ana j. Dempsey.
Hoboken—Mayor L. Fagan, A. Danker- I
ing, Richard Stevens. H. A. Gaede, F. A.
Verdon, W. D. Forbes, J. F. Minturn, P.
Daab, L. Abbett, S. Johnston, A. Podesta,
A. J. Volk, W. Meehan, Rev. C. J. Kelly, ;
‘Rev. C. L. Meade, Colonel <F. A. Stevens,
H. F. Mattlage, D. Schroeder, O. From- j
mell, D. A. 'Besson, Dr. W. T. Kudlich, j
G. B. Swain and Prof. E..Knapp.
West 'Hoboken—G. B. Bergkamp, John !
McAuley, Rev. C. A. Evans, Rev. D.
Mathews, Robert Waters. Charles Chand
ler, Charles Eichhorri, Emile Euvrard
and Charles Knower.
Union Hill—Otto Ortel, Henry Bell. A.
Holthausen, W. Rannenberg. Philip
DIemer. Richard Schlemm, L. C. Hauen
stein, Jr., W. O. Armbrusier, George V.
Denzer and Patrick Knight.
Weehawken—Henry Frank, Jr., Charles
L. Gerdts, Albert Leuly, S. E. Renner,
Claus Basse, Gilmore Kinney and Emile
W. Grauert.
North Bergen—Charles' Dietz, Edw.
Rowlands, A. W. Miles1, W. Van Sickle,
Patrick Brady and Otto Wittnebert.
Secaucue—Frank Boulanger and R. T.
Churchill.
Harrison—Edw. J. Grace.
East Newark^-Edward Kenny.
The committee of which Postmaster P.
F. Wanser is chairman will meet in the
Assembly Chamber, City Hall, on Wed
nesday evening, December 11, at 8 o'clock.
TO BERNARD McMAKON, JENNIE Mc
Mahon, his wife; Sallie Gage, Lewis Gage,
her husband; Jacob VVeart, administrator of
the estate of Bernard McMahon, dec’d; Mar
vgaret Gannon, widow; Marie A. Crandall,
Derby Crandall, her husband; John Benson
Gannon, Anna M. Henderson', widow; Thomas
J. Gannon, Anna Gannon, his wife; Elizabeth
Dunn, Walter Dunn, her husband; George
W". Gannon, James P. Northrop, administra
tor of the Estate of Thomas Gannon, dec d;
The First National Bank of Jersey City, The
Chancellor of the State of New Jersey, Wil
liam Pintard, Assignee in Bankruptcy of
Thomas Gannon, dec’d; Mary J. Lawall,
Frank M. Foye, The Gannon Copper Works.
Esther A. Bramhall, Mary C. Mills, The
William Peter Brewing Company, The Emer
ald and Phoenix Brewing Company. The Na
tional Lime Company, and Van Keuren ana
Son Company. .. .
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 thousand six hundred and eighty-six
dollars and thirty-two cents ALL the land and
real estate situatt* tn Jersey City, in the County
of Hudson and State of New Jersey, fronting
on Grand street, which is laid down and desig
nated as lots 2. 3 and 4, in block number 319.
upon an assessment map annexed to a report
number 67, 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 21st day of January, 1901. said
report and map and said sale being made pur
suant to the provisions of an act of the Legis
lature of New Jersey, passed March 30th, 1886,
entitled:— , ^
“An Act concerning tne 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
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.
\nd 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 pro
visions of the said act.
Dated Jersey City. N. J., October 14th, 1901.
THE MAYOR AND ALDERMEN OF JERSEY
CITY.
E. HOOS.
Attest- Mayor.
M. .T. O'DONNELL.
City Clerk.
rpni* n.t
I”w.» jl ■1 1 ■ e11". 1 ' " ..
NOTICE TO CREDITORS—ESTATE OF
Carolina Volk, deceased; Patrick Henry
Nealis, executor of Carolina Volk, deceased;
by order of the Deputy Surrogate of Hudson
County, dated September 9. 1901, hereby gives
notice to the. creditors of said decedent • tw
bring in their debts, demands and claims
against the estate of said decedent! under oath
or affirmation, within nine months from the
date of suid order, or they will be forever
barred of any action therefor against saiJ
PATRICK HENRY NEAtTS.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS-ESTATE OF
Catharine Jiurns, al*v known as Catherine
Byrnes, deceased; John J. Sullivan, executor
or Catharine Burns, *iso known as Catherine
Byrnes, deceased: by order of the Deputy Sur
rogate of Hudson. County, dated. July 15, 1901,
h-reby gives notice to the creditors of said
decedent to bring in their debts, demands and
claims against the estate of said decedent,
under okth or affirmation-r TPithfn nine months
frdm the dale of said order, or they will be
barrel of any action therefor against said
i gal* ——»of.
I - JOHN J. SULLIVAN
The New Jersey j
13 MOWCOttERV STREET, JERSEY CITY, ft. J.
Offers to the public the privileges of its
Safe Deposit Vault
At prices that are within the reach of all. The
Vault is protected against burglary, fire, etc., by
every known device. A box may be rented for one
year for $5. Vault open daily, 9 to 5 P. M. Satur
day, 9 A. M. to 12 M. Public inspection invited.
FINANCIAL.
"Joseph m. byrnH. henry t. McCOUN.
HAROLD HERRICK.
BYRNE & McCOUN,
Members of N. Y. Stork Exchange,
52 Broadway, New York,
Transact a General Banking
and stock Exchange Business.
JERSEY CITY OFFICES:
Rooms 317, 318 & 319.
Commercial Trust Company Building,
Telephone 3t>2. 15 Exchange Place.
WALLACE L. GOUGH. Kr-nnger.
NEWARK OFFICE: 800 Broad Street.
Ready Cash Lo"ned Privately.
IF YOU CAN’T CALL. | on Furniture and
WE WILL all kinds of
CALL ON YOU. household goods.
-1 You can pay It
back to suit .your convenience. If you
hnve a loan with any other company or
owe your furniture dealer, we will pay It
oft' and advance you more money. Na
tional Loan Co.. No. 37 Newark avenue,
Jersey City. Tel. 27. „
HELP WANTED.
colored" man. sorer and trust
worthy, to prepare for traveling; $50 per
month and all expenses. Please enclose self
addressed envelope for particulars. Superin
tendent, 702 Star Bldg., Chicago. _
’ femat.fT
GIRLS WANTBD-CAN MAKE GOOD WAGES
with good opportunity. 104 First street.
LAITY TO TRAVEL AND COLLECT IN X. J.
for mahui’utuurer. Salary $50 monthly to
begin. Send references and addressed envelope
at once. Treasurer, 702 Star Bldg., Chicago.
lu tv if,lfi A&i| L.. NLiLSCrN AND ALFRED
Neiifiou, individually aud as executors of tl»9
will of William H. Neilsou, deceased; Anna
A. Neilson, wife of William H. Neilson;
Anna F. Neiison, wife of Alfred Neilson;
Middleton S. Burriil, individually and au
executor of the will of Frederick Neilson,
deceased; Emily N. Burriil, wife of Middle
ton S. Burriil; Mary I. Neilson, widow; Mary
1. Kemp; Arthur Kemp, iier husband; Jules
B. Neilson- Kathleen G. Neiison; Annie T\
R. Neilson, widow; Raymond P. R. Neilson,
infant; Loir- -'"'ilson, infam; Carol K.
Neil*011* infant; Alexander S. Neilson, »*>
fa.i*-; l-'re«*rj'lc NeiLon, infant; Caroline K.
Voss; Wiiiidqj Voss, her husband; Juba
Himeiy; - Henry A. Himely, her husband;
Rosalie N. Hinckley; Samuel P Hi'ickley,
her husband; FOnjiiy Onderdonk. individuaiVv
and as executrix of the will of Emily Nell
son, deceased; Elizabeth <_\ Messinger,
widow; Catharine B, Neilson, widow, AmV
Neilson, widow; Anthony B. Neilson, Isa
bella Neilson. his wife; Edward N. Neilson;
James H. Neiison: Louisa Neilson, his wife;
Louisa Neilson, widow; Ernest F, Neilson;
Frances Neilson, his wife; Helen N. Nell
sen; Charles K. Beeknaan, trustee; Eliza
M. Bosworth Murray; Frederick T. Murray,
her husband; Mabel T. Murray, infant;
Philip Bosworth:—
You are nereoy notified that at a public sale
made by the City Collector of Jersey City,
on the 16th day of October, isyi, The Mayor
and Aldermen of Jersey City purchased for the
sum of one hundred and five dollars and
forty-six cents -vLcj the lam; and real estate
Situate in Jersey City, in the County of Hud
son and State of New Jersey, fronting, on Pa
vonia avenue, which is laid down and desig
ns red as lot 2 in block number 449 upon on
assessment map annexed to a report number
6ti made the “Commissioners of Adjust
ment” appointed in and for said city by the
Circuit Court of the County of Hudson, a
certified copy of which report and map was
fiieu in the office of the City Collector of
Jersey City, on the 12th day of January, 1891,
said report anu map and said sale being made
pursuant to the provisions of an act of the
Legislature of New Jersey, passed March SOth.
18SU, entitled:—
"Alt concerning tne settlement and col
lection of arrearages of unpaid .axes, as
sessments and water rates or wa»er rents
in cities of this State, and imposing and
levying a tax, assessment and ilei. in lieu
ana instead of such arrearages, ani to en
force ihe payment thereof, and to provid?
for the sale ofl lands subjected to future
taxation and assessment."
And the several supplements thereto.
And you are rurther notified that you appear
>.o have an 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 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 OF JERSEY
CITY.
E. HOOS,
(Seal.) Mayor.
Attest:— M. J. O’DONNELL.
City Clerk.
fSale No. 2212.1
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals will be received by the
Board of Education on Thursday. De
cember 12. 11)01. itt !* o'clock P. M., for all
labor and materials necessary for the
alteration of Public School No. 1 Annex,
Grand street. Jersey City, N. J., in accord
ance with plans and specifications* for
same on file in the office of the Super
vising Architect, John T. Rowland. Jr..
55 Montgomery street, whore blank forms*
Of bid and agreement of sureties must
be Obtained. •
The bidding will be divided inro four
(\) sections. a*» follows:
First—AH work and materials comprised
in mas*onk’ and carpenter*' spcsi-iiioations.
Second—-All work and materials com
prised in plumber**’ Specification*.
Third—All work and mauria-s com
prised in heating specifications.
Fourth—For the entire work.
, Proposals must be enclosed in sealed
envelopes*, endorsed “Proposals for (item
epeeined) Public School No. 1 Annex." di
rected to "Mr. August Succow, Chairman
Committee on Public School No. 1 An
nex," and bunded to the Clerk in open
meeting when called for in the order of
business relating to sealed proposals.
All proposals must be accompanied with
the written consent of surety company
only.
The Board reserves the right tc reject
anv or -all bids if by so doing the best
interests of the city may he conserved.
Rv order of the Board of •Educa:ion.
JAMES J. WISEMAN.
Clerk.
AUGUST SUCCOW.
Committeeman of School No. 1 Annex,
TO THE CREDITORS OF THE JIHROCLE3
Motor Company, a corporation ot Now Jer
sey. ’
Rv virtue of an order Qf the Court 1 t’han
ecrv. inadv 'V*n ffl'f date hereof, iti a vau.se
wherein Henry R. Manning and .‘others are com
plainants and Hercules Motor Company, a cor
poration of New Jersey, Is defendant, you are
hereby putlShd' td present to me, the Receiver
of said .corporation, under oath or affirmation,
or otherwise to prove your several claims
and demands against the said Hercules Motor
Comoany to my satisfaction, within/six weeks
from' the date of said order. Upon your failure
bo to do you will be excluded frord the bene
fits of such dividends as may b*‘ made end de
clared bv the said Court upon the .proceeds ot
the effects of said corporation. Claims to be
presented 3t the Receiver's office. *19
mereial Trust Uuiidmg, Jersey City, New
Jersey.
Dated November 19, T9W.
CHARLES E. HENDRICKSON. JR..
Receiver.
NOTICE TO ORE DITORR—ESTATE OF
Ellen V. Stout, deceased; David J. Senior
and Dr. John P. Uem\v; executors of Ellen V.
Stout, deceased; by order of the Surrogate eff
Hudson ' County, dated July 13. 1901, hereby
gives notice to rhe creditor* of said deeedm;
to bring in debts, demands and claims
against the estate of said decadent, under oath
or affirmation, wffhin nine months from the
date of said order, or 'i&r will b1' foreve
barred of any action therefor against said
j MeCU,0r’ DAVID J. SENIOR.
LEGAL NOTICES.
TO JOHN TULLY, LIZZIE TULLY.
Frank Tally, Eiiz. Lillian Lawrence,
j Patrick Dempsey, Alfred C. Denton,
Victor C. Denton, Flo re nee R. C. Mac
Kinnon, Henry MacKinnon, Henry C.
Denton, John Dempsey a»nl Amue Demp
sey. . j
You are hereby notified that at a public
«ale made by the City Collector of J- re y
’City, on the 1st day of May, 1901, 1 pur
chased for the »uhi of six hundred and
liny dollars ALL the land and real-esta v
situate in Jersey City, in the County of
Hudson anfl Suite of New Jersey, front
ing on York street, J. C., which ie»
Laid down and designated as lot Gl, in
block number 200, a» shown upon L. D.
Fowler's official assessment map of Jer
sey City (1H94), mid oale being made pur
suant u> the provisions* of an act ol the
Legislature of New Jersey, passed March
3oth, DS6. iiufried
"An Act concerning the .*»«■ ttlemenc apd
collection of arrearages of unpaid taxed,
artsewmeiits and water rates or water
rents in cities of this*. State, and im
posing and levying a tax. .assessment
and lieu in Heu and instead t such ar
rearages, and to enforce the payment
thereof, and to provide for the sale of
lands? subjected to future taxation and
assessment.”
And the several supplements thereto.
And you are further notified that you
appear to have an estate or ipteres*: in
said lahd and real estate, and the
said land and real estate shall be- re
deemed, as provided in mid acts, within
one year from the date of »ale and 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 acts. .
Dated Jersey City, N. J. Decemoer 4,
1901‘ THOMAS FALLON.
Purchaser.
(Certificate 'No. 5638.)
TO HENRY EGGDRS AND WILLIAM D.
Edvy&rUs, surviving executors under the wiil
of Michael Lienau. Uec’d; Emma L. Lienau.
widow; Pauline Lienau, widow; Louis V\.
Lienau, Eleanor. A. Lienau, his wife; Fred
erick W. Lienau, Harriet Lienau. his wife;
Hans B. Lienau, Margaret ta P. Lienau, in
fant; Louise Lienau, widow; Rudolph C. M.
Lienau, Alvina Lienau, his wife; Peter A. M.
Lienau, Sarah A. B. Lienau, infant; Mathilde
Rambeau, Adolph Rambeau, her husband;
Cecile Bacoi, Lili Bapot, Mathilde Schultze,
II. Octavius Schultae, her husband, and Efi
ward W. Twight, Walter Twight, infant;
Michael Lienau, Anna Lienau, his wife, and
Ernest Lienau.
You are hereby notified that at a public sale
made by the City Collector of Jersey City, on
the 1st day of November. 1897. The Mayor and
Aldermen of Jersey City purchased for the
sum of one hundred and seventy-four dollars
and fourteen cents ALL the land and real
estate situate in Jersejr City, in the County
of Hudson and State of New Jersey, fronting
on Central avenue, which is laid down and
designated as lots 18 and 19. in block .number
70S, upon an assessment map annexed to a
report number 102, made by the “Commission
ers 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 Col
lector of Jersey City, on the 25th day of No
vember. 1895, said report and map and said
sale being ' made pursuant to the provisions
of an act of the Legislature of New Jersey,
passed March 80th, 1886, entitled:—
“An Act concerning the settlement and collec
tion of arrearages of unpaid taxes, assess
ments and water rates or water rents in
cities of this State, and imposing and levy
ing a tax. assessment and lien in iieu and
instead of such arrearages, and to enforce
the payment thereof, and to provide for the
saie 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 lan.l 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 -re
visions of the said act.
Dated Jersey City. N.. J., November 25. 1901.
THE MAYOR AND ALDERMEN OF JERSEY
CITY.
E. HOOS.
(Seall) Mayor.
Attest:— M. J. O’DONNELL,
/. City Clerk.
(Sale No. 7€f>fi.)
TO SIDNEY B. SEVAN'S. FANNIE S.
Bevane, wife of Sidney B. B^vans; John
Ij. Macaulay.
You are hereby notified that at a pub.,c
sale made h.v the City Collector of Jersey
City, on the first day of May. A. IX 1900.
I purchased for the sum of twenty-two
dollars and thirty-one cents ALL the land
and real estate situate in Jersey City, n
the County of Hudson and Slate of New
Jersey, fronting on northerly side of
Canal street, which is laid clown and
designated ah Jot 228, in ldoek number 233,
as shown upon L. D, Fow ler's official as
sessment map of Jersey Ctty (lS9-t>. said
saie being made pursuant to the pro
visions of an act of the Legislature, of
New Jersey, passed March 30th, 1888, en
titled:—
“An Act concerning the settlement and
collection of arrearages of unpaid taxes,
assessments and water rates or water
rents in cities of this State, and impos
ing and levying a tax. assessment and
lien in lieu and instead of such arrear
age.and to enforce ihe payment#!here
of. and io provide for tin- .-vile of lands
I subjec ted to future taxation and asstss
merit."
And ihe several supulemenis thereto,
j And you art further notified that you
I appear to have an estate or interest in
I a nd land and real estate, and unless the
I said land and real estate shall be ro
! deemed, as provided in said acls, within
otic year from the date of calc and be
fore* the expiration of. six months from
and after the service hereof, a deed for
i the phme will be,given conveying tu the
purchase r the fee simple of said land and
roa; estate according to the provisions of
i the said acts. , „„
Hated Jersey City. N. J.. Nov. :-,0, iflCl.
THOMAS FALLON,
I .Purchaser.
TO WILLIAM HENRY WATTS AND MRS.
William Henry Walls, wife of sahl William
Heury Watts. „ a ,
Yon are hereby notinea that a public sale
matie by the City Collector of Jersey City on
the eighteenth day of September, 1900, I pur
chased for the smn of forty-seven dollars and
thirty-four cents, All the land and real estate
situate in Jersey City, in the County of Hud
son and state of New Jersey, fronting on
Tonttele avenue, which Is laid down and desig
nated as Jot*1 32 and 34, in black numbered nine
■ hundred und thirty-eight, as shown upon L. G.
Fowler’* Official Ass**-meat Map of' J« rspy
' city. JfcH; sakl k''i!>£ made pursuant to
the provisions of an act of the Legislature of
New Jersey, passed March 3*bh, I$s6, entitled,
•• \n. -Vet concerning the w-; ietn-ml and col
lection of arrearages of unpaid taxes, assess
ments and water rates and all water rents In
1 cities of this State, and imposing and levying
a tax assessment and lien hi lieu and instead
of such arrearages and to enforce the payment
thereof, and to provide for the sale of lands
subjected to future taxation and assessment.”
\nd the several supplements ther to. And you
ara further notified that you appear ;o have
an estate or interest in said land and real
estate and unless the 'fcaid land and real estate
• shall be redeemed, as provided In sa d act,
i within one year from t|i« date of sale end
before the expiration of six months from and
after the service hereof, a deed for the same
I will be given, conveying to the purchaser rhe
f*e simple of said land and real estate accord
ing to the provisions of said acts.
‘ Dated Jersey City, N. J-. Sept. 24, 1901.
SARAH JONES.
Purchaser.
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT.—NOTICE IS
beta by gi\*n that the final account id th‘
subscriber, administrator pendente lltc of the
estate of Cord liillebrandt, deceased, wRV bf,
audited u5>d stated bv five Surrogat e of the
County of Hudem. and reported fT settle
ment on Friday, the 13th day of September
I next. ’ •
*. .
LIKA* NOT ICES
TO CD*(J& 21. JS. JCHftOfiR/;K JSMiDiJi
M. *».. aoiiiotUer. his wile; Tne uer
maii.ii Savings Mank of Jeriey City:—
\ou are hereby us titled that at a public
eaie made by the City Collector >jt Jersey
City, on Lh« ‘2ki day of May, J8im, I pur
chased for Uie sum of eigmy-aix dollars
ana tifty-nine cents ALu tne land and
real estate situated in Jersey City, in tne
County of Hudson and State of New Jer
sey, fronting ov Academy street, which
is laid dqwn and designated as lot A (a?),
In block number i.^^i (134). upon Fowler's
Official Afc*es.<$m*.at Map of Jersey City
181*4, said sale being made pursuant to th«
provisions of an act of the Legislature of
Mew Jerfidy, passed March Join. i&&>. en
titled
'Vad act concerning the «**rtlement and
collection of arrearages of unpaid
taxes, assessments and water rates or
water, r>iiis m cities of this 3tate, and
imposing and levying a tax, assess
ment and lien in lieu and Instead of
sucn arrearages, and to enforce the
payment thereof, and lo provide for
the sale oi lands subjected to future
taxation and assessment/'
And the severa'. SuvJpiemecUl thereto.
Ana you are rartndr notified that you
appear tv ft . • ju estate or interest in
said mud and real estate, and unless the
fcaid land unu reau estate shall be re
deemed, as provided in said acts, before
the expiration or six months from and
after tne date of service hereof, a need
for the same will be given conveying to
me, me purchaser, the fee simple of j>ani
land and real estate, according to the
provisions of the said acts.
Dated Jersey City, N. J., February 24,
UUU.
JOHN T. DILI ON,
Purchaser. ,
CROUSE & PERKINS,
Attorneys.
fCert. No. j.3iv.)
TO HELEN 'a. ' HOLLINS AND EDWARD
A. Rollins. individually ano as executors and
trustees under the will of Gustav u* a. Hoi*
| lies, dec’d. Jessie Hollins, wife of Edward
. A. Hollins, Florence I. Gray. Charles O.
Gray, her husband, Qc«»rgp XV. 'Poacher,
i Rollins PoucUer, Timothy Paurher. F:dw. .*<!
■ A* Poucher, infant. John L. Rolling E.a
Robins, his wire; Caroline I,. Rollins. Kate
MelJurney, William A. Me Burney, her hus
band: Robert Wynkoop, Isabella Ys> T.k-op.
his wife: Frank Wynkoop, Marjrele p Wyn
koop, hi* wifS4 Helen A. Tkarston. LOl s
Thurston, her husband; Faunfe E- Halsey.
Frank A. Halsey, her husband; He!eh M.
Rollins, widow; Frar.k fcL Rolilns, Emma
Rollins, his wife; Wentworth Rollins, Mar
inina. D’Orsay, widow; Claire Hove. Henry
V. Howe, her husband, end Marie Roihn ——
You are hereby notified that a:' a pubuo
sale made by the City Collector of Jersey
City, on the 14th day cf Apt.!. IS96. 1 pur
chased for the sum cf one hundred and e:/.:
tfcen drilars and fifty cent;' ALT. th~ mnd
and real estate situate in Jersey City, iti tie
County of Hudson and ‘.Stale or Xt Jersey,
fronting on Newkirk street, which is laid .? uva
and designated as lot 23. in h!o.*fc number id5.
upon an assessment map annexed \ > a tvpor:
number Ml, made by "CommissioKera *\d
justruent” appointed in a:;<2 for :,.i city bv
the Circuit Court of the County of Hk(l*«. -
certified copy of which report and , .it
filed in the office cf The City Collector oi
Jersey City, on the 5th day of .'■.I.
said report ana map and said sale. T^ing tsad*
pursuant to me provisions of an ac: . ~e
Legislature of New Jersey, passed March 20:b.
185?. entitled:—
"An Act concerning .*La rettieraent and coPk*
tion of arrearssea of unpaiJ taxes i»se-«
ments and water rate or water rents m
cities of this State, and imposing or: J
levying a tax, assessment and tom* in lion
and instead of such arrearages, and to en
force »he payment thereof, and tc provide
for the sale of lands subjected to tutor*
taxation and assessment."
And the several supplements thereto.
And you ar- rurtaer notified Thu* you ap
pear to have an estate or interest In said land
i and real estate, and unless the said land ar.i
j real estate shall be redeemed, as provided bt
! said act, before the expiration of six months
from and aftsr the service hereof, a deed fur
the same will be given convey in a to iha pv*
! chaser the fee simple of said -and and real
estate, according to the provisions of the
act.
Dated Jersey City. N. J.. September 1st.
1500.
W. W. WHITLEY.
Purchaser.
JOP OCW JCiarv « IH-C - .
Attorney and Agent for Purehas**. Jersey
City. N. J- __
j TO GEurtGE ki. HARRINGTON. CARRIE J.
Harrington, his r/ne; John J. Malm, Esther
Maim, his wife; Maria Bremer, wi .t/w; •• iui
| Schaffer, Henry B. Schaffer, Soph.a Sou.affer.
I his wife; John Schaffer, Mary Schaffer, his
t wife; Mary L. Hawaii, William i*«-ah. iter
husband; William Coyne, Delia OamlieM.
William Caulfield, Mary Hanley, James Hai.
' ley, her husband; Maggie Hand. A-gusc
Hund. her husband; Halo Maas'. Y. cm
Mauss, her husband; Julia Shyne. Henry
Sbyuc, her husband; .vnas Kern r. Go*,. *
I Kerner, her -husband; Tohn Coyne, YLLlUm
i Coyne, Edward Coyne. Thomas Coyne, B uie
Coyne, his wife; Franks Coy nr. J hr. Ber
1 mingham, James Berir.inghan . infant; R *
ard C. Washburn. George W. .ourr.
i John T. Washburn, partners trading »»
Washburn Bros., Horace It. Hacker. Dxuiei
; E. Cleary, Beadlestoa an : Wo- rz Km,dr*
brewing Company of N. Y. and the Liu.e --I
New Jersey.
You are hereby notified that at a public sale
I made ay the City Collector of Jersey City, on
the 24th day of April, 1394, The Mayor a l
Aldermen of Jersey City purchased for the Sum
! ef forty-nine dollars and eighty-one cents Alb
J the land and real estate situate in Jer.- y City.
, in the County of Hudson and State of Neve
i Jersey, fronting on Terry Ai.ey. which s la-4
down and designated as lot 20, in block .num
ber 622, upon an assessment map unntJteu to a
report number S5, made by the “Comm ssion
. ers of Adjustment” appointed in and to; sa 4
City by the Circuit. Court of the C. un:y
Hudson, a certified copy of which report an-*
map was filed in the office of me f ir Col
lector of Jersey Cijty, on the 38th day o" August.
1892, said report and map and said sal b :r.g
made pursuant to the provisions of an act ■ t
the Legislature of New Jersey, passed March
30th. 1886. entitled —
‘‘An Act concerning the settlement nnu collec
tion of arrearages of unpaid uixes. assess
ments and water rates or wat r ronts m
1 cities of this State, and imposing av.d levy
ing a tax, assessment and lien In Leu and
instead of such arrearages, and to enforce
the payment thereof, and to provide for th*
sale of lands subjected to future taxat an
] and assessment.”
Ami the several supplements thereto.
! And you are further notified that you appear
j to have an estate or interest Li sa..- 1 r*d ard
real estate, and unleea the said land and real
i estate shall be redeemed, a-v provi .« •; saL.
! acts, Dcfore the expiration of six in m
! and after the service hereof, a deed for ;na
j same will be g»v«u conveying to Th*' May*.*
1 and Aldermen of Jersey City the fee simple of
said land and real estate according to th*. pro
visions of the said act.
i Dated Jersey City, N. J.. May 27th. 1961.
' THE MAYOR AND ALDERMEN OF JERSEY
i CITY.
E. HOOS.
Attest:— Mayor.
M. J. O’PONNEKT
City Clerk.
ffialc No. 4.483.)
’ New Jersey Title & T-net Company
TcThKRMANDE HUMBERT OR HER HEIRS
and legal representatives.
1 You are hereby notified that a public sa.*
made by the City Collector of Jersey City, on
the twenty-sixth day »f September, eighteen
hundred and ninety-nine, 1 purchased »•
sum of seventy-two dollars and ninety-six oen s
all the land and real estate situated in J-'rsey
Citv, in the County of Hudson and ‘State a.
New Jersey, and fronting on Terrace. av.nui*.
which is laid down and designate! as lots
twenty-five, twenty-six. twenty-seven a id twen
ty-eight, in block nine hundred and t eutyrs x.
upon Fowler's official assessment map ot Jer
sey City. 1894; said sale being made pursuant
to the provisions of an act of -tue Leg;
of New Jersey, passed March 30. 186, entitled
“An Act concerning the settlement and co.lec
tion of arrearages of unpaid taxes, as.-e•*:.> us
and water rates or water rents in cities or this
Plate, ami imposing and levying a tax. a.- --=»
mem and lien in lieu and instead of suc.i ar
rearages an«i to enforce the payment thereof
and to provide for the sale of lands subject «•>
fu ure taxation and assessment,” and the ;<v
cral s’siLptlch'.epis thereto; and you are further
notified that you appear to have an estate or
interest in s&bl lands and real estate and un
less the said lands and real, .estate shall w • ca
ueeirnM a.- provided in said acts b t\>:< tin ex
pir.itIon of six montns from and aftei too ..ay
of service hereof a deed for the same v,;d c*
given conveying to me, the purchaser, the i>»
simple of said lands and real estate accu-rcmg
to the provisions of the said acts.
Dated We<t Hobdken, N. J., Octobbr 19, 1991.
I CELESTIN SF.YRK,
J , Purchaser.
• 527 Paterson avemto. West'H djoken, N. J.
TO MRS. Jt^LKS DELAMOTTE AND HER
’ seat a lives. , „ , , .
You are hereby notified that at a pub Sc szn
made bv tl*e City Collector at' J i < cay. •
the tweoty-sixt.lt day .at September, eighteen
hundred and nlnety-uihe, I purpha.eJ Mr
suni of hue hundred and sixty-one dodar- ana
eighty-.tw.j rents nil the land aifJ w:
situated in the t'ity of Jersey i ity. in h»
county of Hudson an.1 Stale •>' -s • " , f-■' i
end fr.uuin* on aernmiua avenue, "Imi. i. •>-«
down and desisteated as lots seven as . e.ght.
In bio.lt nine hundred and iwnty«*u
Fbwief s official assessment map at ■!•*«»,'•{»•
1XM; said sale bolus m»de pure earn h> ■•.*. 1-'
visions of an am Of >he las't at'r.e ;.f New
Jet-sev, passed March JO. 1Mb. entitled An At .
concerning the settlement and tojleae.
arrearage's of unpaid taxes, " ■ ... ,
water fates or water rent* in c.t.e* at**
SUie. and anposinx ^.d s.um
S-ffUrages and to enforce the payment thereof
SSdWprovide for the sale „f lands subject to
iuture taxation and assessment, and th sev
TOPkMis thereto: and you are further
n-.‘t>ed that von appear to have an estate or
interest in said lands and teal estate and unleae
the Slid lands and real estate shall be re
deemed as provkle.1 in said tie's before the ex
Ditath.it of six months front and after the day
of service hereof, a deed for the same will b*
given conveying to me. the purchase,, the f-e
eituple of said lands aud real estate according
to the provisions of the said uct.
i ' iteM Hoboken. N. J., C*tot*r 19. Wi.
I GEORGIA if. R0HRRACH.
j . Purchaser.
"19 Piitfr-' f= v.'one. »»,,!,■.}<»■•■ V. j
NOTICE OF SETTLE*! ENT—NOTICE 13
hereby given-' that :Jj final account of tha
subscriber. K«Uninigtr»trix »*f estate of WtUiam
fr, Sk' u,i!i b* audit*! )i\ \
tsMUP.i : c !‘';rv^to hf th#* C'unity of Htw#
son, xml r-p ted for .tlemont on Friday. ;h«
i 25th day of Octabor next.

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