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The erect, svelte form with its exquism
curves -of lithe and shapely limbs, has a
charm to which a beautiful complexion,
limpid eyes and tresses of molten gold
cannot lay claim.
It is the “swete. attractive kind oi
grace,” of which the poets sang, and she
who possesses it. “wherever she stands or
moves, or leaves a shadow on the wail,
confers a favor on the world.” Many
women, although beautiful of feature, a.e
not creatures of curves and grace, and
they fail to charm, while a comparative
ly plain woman, with an eioei. supple
figure, has a great power of attractive-’'
ness.
The first move in the direction of ac
quiring a lithe form, melodious move
ments and poetry of gesture, is to gain
physical buoyancy. To do. this urfe must
learn how to poise the body, which can
only be done correctly when oac has? giv
en up the notion that the centre of grav
ity of the human body is ever the heels:
it is over the balls of the feet. When the
experiment of balancing in the cor run way
is first tried, the sensation is very much
that of tumbling over.
But after a few days, one excialras. "G.
I feel so much lighter and you & r when
my w’eighf rested on my heels ” It is in
deed the easiest position possible, and
jvortb taking some trouble to acquire. Ti «*
preliminary step iq learning the art •>/
:rue balancing is to raise the he* Is quick
y from the ground and stand as high on
tip-toe as possible, then lower me heels
with moderate speed, without tipping the
weight of the body backward
Again, tiif uu inv «•* *
lilt alternately the bails of iho feet, an.l
put them down with a slight p: .--sure.
Having iearned how to balance the body,
tu stand correctly is an easy mat er.
Have the weight evenly balanced upon the
fort, though it is not necessary to stand
with '.lie heels together. lira v :h ■ Knees
in {Irmly, but do not hold them tensely
draw the hips welt back and ..mi tract tin
abdominal muscles. The chest must be
thrown out and then the shoulders will
drop down and back as they should.
“When told to throw your chest out."
says one who speaks with authority,
“imagine a handle is there and that you
arc being pulled forward by it.” The next
step :s to raise (he head sligh V, and ai
t r that draw thechin in. If th’ body can
now sway easily hack and firth, from
the feet up. the posture is correct.
Swaying back and forth does not mean |
bending at the waist, but to maintain the, j
e-landing position and imagine that one is j
a lily swayed back and forth by the wind.
Th • weight of the body is well off the
heels, and one is really standing on the !
balls of the feet.
Tipping the shouiders from side to side j
wr n walking is very ungraceful; to cor- |
t.-fl this habit walk about on tip-toe oc- j
i- -ally, keeping the shoulders level.
this way pose of head as well as
, - idlers is gained.
v.> roes a toy balloon about with the j
,.f the fingers will, also aid in bring- ;
about this result, and is not altogether
itch childish sport as might be imagined, j
ndeed, there ie method in this mode of ■
ifveloping exquisite curves.
The. balloon, is tossed about in a score of j
different poses, and so expert may a per- '
son become that she can keen three bal
loons in motion at once. Every muscle
of head, neck, shoulder, arm and waist
is brought Into play.
Throwing the balloon aside, the next i
movement is to stoop suddenly and sweep j
the floor with or.e hand while the other ,
is waved triumphantly aloft; the woman j
v. ho can do this need have no fears of j
bring stiff-waisted.'or wooden-^hou'dered. [
Having learned how to balance the
to stand properly, and to acquire j
poise of head and shoulders, the rietft ef
T'.:t is pose and repose, that marks the
• laughter of a hundred earls. “X visit
urns and art galleries,” says one de- j
v,..ce. "'and study effects; 1 practice, them.
; . I.” This is following the example of ;
the great Rachel, who believed that by
liijj beings that were- beautiful. It
was possible in time to resemble them.
a cirild she. w. ■ no: ha-- -- with j
any great personal charm? but. hc:->m
ir,--. e-namored of some of the classic
.- billies, she tells in her memoirs hwv any
beauty she possessed she owed entirely to
her own efforts and determination.
To work and strive faithfully for per
fection in a Jiving human hod” is a
nobler purpose, it has been said, than to
carve’a perfect statue out of coal,' lifeless
marble—yes, the ambition !« as much
nobler as the living, breathing, warm
bddy is more beautiful than the cold, dead ■
statue.
*
Never were furs more fashionable, and |
the number of animats .slaughtered ev, ry !
year to furnish pelts is something a«ton- ;
isliing. According to an article in the j
•'World’s Work,’’ in S£. Paul alone (a city !
which owes its being to the fur trade), at
st $3,000,000 worth of furs are made
up every year. About 113,000 garments
are manufactured each year, and nearly
$500,060 Ore paid in wages.
In one season , one St. Paul tanner
dresses 115,000 raccoons. S3,000 Australian
wombats, 130.000 Russian. German and
American calfskins, though ail but 15,000
, ime from the first-named country. 30,00) j
otter, 7.000 beaver. 16,000 mink. 10,000 opos
sum from Australia and 5.000 American, j
4.«j0 wolf. 4-7,000 muckrat, 7.7,000 Chinese i
dogs. 1,500 fqxes, 3',500 Galloway’ cattle, ;
05,000 marmots, 000 sable9 and a few seals. I
Ilfdoes not require much space to etcro
the costliest furs. One small case will |
hold $65,000 worth of pelt». One silver 1
foxskln not more than uvo and a half I
0,1- i0I1g sold in London, a seaeon or two ■
OgJ for $3,060: another one sold in S’- 1
Pan] lust year for $1,200. -while the overage ,
price of these costly skins Is from $7e0 to j
$SO0 apiece. They arc. made up into muffs j
fJl- boas; an opera cloak of them would be |
worth many thouaande. of dollars. j
When a master workman in a fur manu- |
factory Is cutting up skins he is literally .j
ouLting money. Skins once passed for ,
frontier money, hut their value is now i
much greater than in the early days, and
SOME FOOLISH PEOPLE
Allow a cough to run until It geis beyond the
•• ach of medicine. They of ton say. “Oh, it
v. ij| wear away," hut in most ease* It will i
wear them away. C<Hi)d\ they. hr induced to j
trv the niUKNMftful medicine called K*,aii>’-i |
Balaam. vyluVh U sold on a pdakiv* ^uatatiu; ‘ J
i-» cure, they would hn mediately see the ox- j
ccltent effect after taking tire first do««. Price 1
fcic. and 50o: TRIAL SIZE FREE. At all
druggists 1
meat from teh-dollar bibs than to cut it j
from some skins.
The cutting is quite an interesting fea
ture of the work. To prepare a sable nr
a mink, for example, the skin must be
slashed • into strings, narrow pieces more
or less irregular in shape, which are
afterward sewed together. There may be j
a thousand pieces in a single cloak, the i
new and beautiful skins being cut liter- •
ally lo pieces before they are manufac- j
tured. The object of thb* is> to lengthen ;
the s*kins. A sable. for example, say two ,
feet in length, will be drawn out to four :
feet and all its markings preserved, so
that it l ooks like a very lonk but well- |
pn,portioned okip. The original skin is
cut t<> pieces that i« may all be ••matched’* •
again in the elongated shape. Not only!
are good taste and .‘■’kill required in the* 1
cutting of these costly furs, but superior
judgment as well, ir order that there be
the s»malh .-a possible lose.
* * I
Luxury ro an extreme degree is the key- j
note of the dress trimming season. 9ajs }
the “Dry Goods Economist.” Dtosses are j
to be trimmed elaborately: gowns that
are plain and severe in outline a no finish
will no longer receive the approbation of
the leaders of fashion. This news will o~
received with loud acclaim by the depart
ment store bliyfcr of trimmings.
■Not only arc wais;s to be trimmed this
fail, but. contrary to past fashions, skirts
are to be elaborately ornamented with
heavy embroideries, bands of scroll, ap
pliques and a 1 Jo vers.
The general scheme of design in th“
dress t rimming is rather a signal departure
from the Persian patterns of last seasofi,
being a reversion to nature and'the Ro
man and Grecian epoch for a basis on
which to build with modern Ideas. The
foundation of these designs is the use of
leaves and flow, rs Just so slightly, conven
tionalized as will make them cop form to
the rules of symmetry. %
One. of the most striking novelties of the
new season ;s the broad use of a heavy
cord which has been rechristened “tor
pedo” braid. This material is used to out
line floral and leaf patterns eu silk and y
chiffon, and Is also combined with jet
spangles resulting in exquisite effects. th°
taised braid standing out in strong re
lief.
The strong novelty in braid Trimmings
is what 's termed blister braid. This is a
black vegetable silk braid coming in vari
ous widths, and having at regular inter
vals along its length raised places or blis-.
Lers similar to the crepnn dress goods so
popular a season or so ago. Shell braid
is another powerful fall number. This Is
a one-mch wide black vegetable silk braid
eomprsed entirely of a shed pattern, mak
ing it appear like a long string of sea
shells.
>-Ray braid is another new id'-'a. This
is an inch-wide black braid made from
vegMabi silk and having embroidered silk
crosses in various colored silk worked in
the surf me a *- ’ntervats of two inches.
When bob;- ribbon is run beneath those
* inhioidorr 1 crosses with a loop left be
neath each one the effect; is very beauti
ful.
Satin bold braid is one made in extreme
width and counterfeits plaited satin, the
popular material for belts. Other hand
some braid effrds are made b” combining
chenille with the vegetable silk, and by
the, interspersing of woven figures and
patterns along the length of I he braid.
Braid trimmings are ro bo seen almost
exclusively In solid blacks, solid whiter
and black and white mixtures,
* * *
One should never start on a Journey
with anv uncertainties ns to changes and
connections, time of arrival of any other
important matter, save the “Woman’s
Home Companion.” Al! this should be
fully settled before she takes her train.
She should know whether there are anjT
changes to be made, and if so at what
point; she should know when a.nd where
meals are to be served if she is to be de
pendent upon the railway company’s ser
vice. All this' -1«» necessary information,
and she can obtain it from the 1neat agent j
of the road wtmn she purchases her ;
ticket and engages her -sleeping-berth.
ITe will tell her. if she ask? him. wttich
is the pleasanter side of the car. but he
will not volunteer the information* as> he
Is too busy a man tp say anything be
isn’t obliged to. But when she has once |
gotten all this? information, and gotten it
from the most reliable source possible,
she should not act as though she doubted
the good faith or the knowledge of the
informant and continue to ask the same
questions of^ every official of whatever ;
grade who chance? to stray across her
pyth during her journey. She will make
no end of a nuisance of herself if she
doe»?
* * *
A French rea gown is of pale blue bro
caded silk opening from'the throat to the
feet, over mousseline de soie of the same
shade. From the buet to some little dis
tance below the waist were straps* of pale
blue velvet tied with a bow. and a paste
buckle in the centre, and at the feet the
mousseline de sole feli freely with seven •
graduated tucks, a la retigieuse. The
ehoulders were enveloped in wide Venetian,
point? and the same lace bordered the
blue brocade on e.ither side of the open- ,
ing. The sleeves were, perhaps, the pret
tiest portion of the dress. These were in j
guipure over blue mousaeline de soie, full j
to the elbow, tied with blue velvet rib- j
bon a couple of inches- wide falling in
loops ahd ends of considerable length;
from these blue velvet bands the sleeves
started again, but this time in the trans
parent lace, and perfectly tight-fitting as
far as the hand.
Another tea gown of distinction was of
white oriental satin and black lace over a
black underdrew- threaded with white
chenille.
. * *
Why is the snow white is a question fr- -
quentiy asked. Because black snow woult
be dangerous, so would red or yellow,
says the “1-adies' Home Journal ” These !
are "warming-up colors,” and they change j
the sun's rays to heat. Such snow would .
soon melt again and prove a very poor
protection. Blit white snow throws back
the sunlight in just ihe form in which it
receives it. and thus the snow can be long
on the ground. Throw dirt on th<- snow,
and ils dark color quickly makes it ecu its
way in whenever she sun shines On it. At- !
t«--r a snowstorm, once let the for s' feci f
mingle the dirt of the road wiib the snow j
and sleighing will soon lie <jvet
. * » .--,.4;
of fur. As a matter of fact (ho botv is al- I
ready knotted, it would spud it delicate I
fur like- chinchilla to be ceaselessly tying I
'• s -i'.. , ;,v ,t-y
b. &l. Affairs
Commissioner Bettle’s Re
port Scores the Delin
quent Ones.'
HE DISCOVERED EVILS
Although Associations In
creased in Number Profits
Fell Off.
^Special to “The Jersey City News/'l
TRENTON, Dec. 9, 1901.—The depart
ment of banking and insurance has filed
its annual report w:th Governor VooVhees.
In many respects the report is more in
teresting than usual, embodying as it does
valuable information relative to the oper
ation of building and loan organizations.
The report also states that 364 domestic
organizations are now in existence, as
against 8U0 at the same time last year.
Seventeen were organized during the
twelve months, ten others have centred
business, two w’ere dropped frpm the list
because of the fact that they were cor
porations of a different class, and one was
reorganized under the law's of another
State.
“The Sterling Building. Loan and In
vestment Company, of East Orange.”
says the report in reference to tnis de
funct concern, “was placed in the hands
of a receiver. Thomas? Logan Ga&knl.
of Newark, on April 3, 1901, as the result
of an official examination of its affairs
The company was incorporated August 6,
1S97, and was, a ‘State’ corporation. lie
insolvency was brought about by the pay
ment of excessive operating expenses,
which had used .tip all the earnings and a
large portion of the capital stock.
“A Jetton against one man control is
taught in the shortage of Secretary
White, of the Perth Amboy Mutual
Loan, Homestead and Building Associa
tion,” continues the report. It also ad
vocates the frequent auditing of accounts
and strict surveillance over the handling
of funile.
UflnUye to tiie “local.” “state” and
“ia.Urinal” associations operating in New
Jcray tiie report goes on to say: ’‘Then?
the thirty-*two ‘local.’ ten ‘State' and four
’national, haying combined gross assets
aggregating $52,891,594, representing an
mcre&se ot $1,760,544 over last year. The
stock subscriptions paid on the share.
outstanding amount to $39,584,284, which is
an increase of $1,671,542. A total of $3,727.
973 is shown in other liabilities, which is
an increase of $164,793. The total profits or
•surplus apportioned and unapportioned are
$9,579,357, or $69,791 less than the figure of
the preceding year. Adding together the.
slock subscriptions arid profits or sur
plus gives $49,16^.641 as the total net as
sets or net worth of the associations, be
ing an increase of $1,601,841/’
Speaking of the real estate owner, tiie
report says that there is an aggregate in
crease of $459,031. In the matter of fore
closures during the year there has beer,
an increase of thirty-nine over that of
the prey*cus year, this year’s number be
ing 310. There are now 29S serial p.qri as
snfiations, or four more than last ye.tr,
and thirty-two permanent associations,
i-,.presenting a dec rease >f three. Ten ter
minating c»»*npa nits, rife also in < xistonec. ■
v hich is a loss of three over the preceding
year. In 1S5 associations the gross prem
ium plan is in vogue, a decrease of seven
over last year. There are 134 installment
premium associations, an increase of five
over the previous twelve months. In nine
associations both plans are operated.show
ing an addition of one. Thirteen have no
premium plan, which is exactly the same
number as last-year. ,
Concerning building and loan associa
tion.* whic h the report treats of quite ex
haustively. the 1 blowing is said:—
“Chapter 160 of the laws of 1899 makes
it obligatory upon all building and loan
associations to return to unadvanced
members on withdrawal the full stock
paid by them, less fines and their propor
tionate share of any loss, but without de
duction for operating expenses, and after
one year’s membership a reasonable share
of the profits in addition to the gross
stock payments must be paid to the with
drawing member.
“In enacting this law tnc legislature
placed Its stamp of. disapproval upon
i he practice followed l>.v some associa
tions of using for expenses portions of
the moneys paid in on capital account,
which enabled unscrupulous managers to
profit at the expense of the shareholders
and become an intolerable abuse. The
salutary effect of the law is apparent in
the general abandonment of the practice,
among the class of associations to which
It was confined, whose managers seem to
have wisely concluded that it cannot sur
ylvee with .both th» law and a strong pub
lic sentiment against it. Expenses of
management, must now he paid from
earnings and admission fees, and the lat
ter to be legal must be distinct, from the
stock payments.
“The- practice alluded to has not been i
abandoned altogether. however. as !
should be done. Some associations still !
continue to make expenses deductions
from payments on shares taken prior to
the payments of the net of 1SW, upon the
theory that it is not applicable to con
tracts of membership, previously entered
Into, and while this may be the case, |
every, association should observe the!
spirit as well as the letter of the law and ,
entirely discontinue such deductions I
from payments now being made on both
old and new stock. No association can
afford of adhering to methods that the
law condemns.
WHAT’S IT FOR ANYflOW 7

Resident* of Madison Avenue Want ]
to Know About an Arc Light- j
A great many residents.on Madison ave- j
nue are trying to figure otlt tbo practical
ns. of an are fight whirl! is located In
the middle of the block- These resident*
as well as the police Are interested In
the big green tin covering which has* been
placed over rhe globe .and which shuts
oft' all the light except for a space of
twenty feet on the pavement. As the arc
lamp stands it te of no use whatever.
No benefit Is received from it and thi
street is black with darkness save for j
the small space beneath the lamp.
It Is supposed that the covering was j
adjusted for the purpose of shutting off
the light from one or two houses. The .
residents nucsflnn the right to cover the s
lamp and. an appeal may bh taken to the j
proper authorities. The police are par- j
ticularly interested -becauha the thorough
fare. is a prominent one and contains
many large houses which need close,
watching. The police claim that they are ;
handicapped in the 'dark aud should have j
the ui« of the' light J
NEW 8. P. C. k euiLoi
president McCarthy's Pam
phlet Which Tells All
About It.
* ■
President George M. McCarthy of the
S. t*. C. A. has issued an interesting
pamphlet, which the members of the so
ciety will find very useful. Among the
notes is this description of the new build
ing:
. “The headquarters, executive offices and
Jersey City branch of tills society ate
now located -in the three story building
situated at No. 126 Grand street, corner of
Warren street, Jersey City, which was
purchased by the society last summer.
Members and their friends arc invited to
inspect the building day or night. The
agents’ gymnasium, wash, tire and stor
age rooms are on the ground floor. The
irufin floor is occupied by the general of
fice, assembly room, telephone and com
plaint desk, president, superintendent, as
sistant superintendent and secretary's
offices, medicine and supply room and
other necessary adjuncts. The law de
partment, board of directors' room, li
brary, museum, filing room, photograph,
publication and literature departments
are on the third floor.
a dook snowing wnat tne society uues
and how it does it. with illustrations, will
soon go to press. Every member will re
ceive a copy. The society intends to com
mence a re-publication of the “Humane
Advocate” at an. early date. Members
desiring conies of the society’s publica
tions and literature for themselves or
friends may obtain same free. The presi
dent’s report for 1D01 will be printed and
a copy mailed to each member.
“Members and their friends visiting
headquarters are invited to use the rooms
of the society and make their selves at
home. The library contains many works
on natural history and kindred subject?
of interest to persons in sympathy with
humane work. The gymnasium and wash
rooms are also at their disposal. The so
ciety's museum is now being fitted up
with anatomical specimens, curios, instru
ments of torture, photographs, pictures
and other features that will make it at
tractive to persons interested in humane
work. Members having any article to give
or loan for this purpose or having any
books or* natural history are requested to
send a posl6l to the secretary and one o:
the wagons will call for same.
“The annual meeting will take place on
January 8. The reports of the president,
treasurer and executive committee will
tnen be made.
“The society every year investigates up
ward of 10,000 cases and complaints, tem
porarily suspends from labor nearly 3.000
disabled animals, transports in Us ambu
lances hundreds of horses, dogs cats and
other animals and receives hundreds oi
sick, disabled, stray and abandoned ani
mals at its shelters. Besides this, thou
sands of pages of humane liteiature a.>i
distributed gratuitously and a great deal
of other good work is done.”
WALKEDTHROUGH ELEVATOR
Trustee Affel lVieets With a
Serious Accident in a
Brooklyn Store.
’Mr. Joseph Apfel. of No. 1S2 Neptune
avenue, a trustee of the Greenville Re
formed Church, was the victim of a very
painful accident a few days ago in Brook
lyn. He had ‘btteiness in the enore of
Abraham & Strauss in that city and in
tended to take the elevator. His atten
tion was called to something in the street
and he unconsciously walked through the
open elevator door. He plunged headlong
to the bottom of the shaft, a distance of
thirty feet.
In falling his left shoulder hit the wall,
throwing hie body off to one side. which
doubtless saved his head from being
crushed. He was taken to a Brooklyn
hospital. Hie» shoulder was* dislocated
and it is aleo believed that he is affected
mentally.
He left the hospital Saturday, refusing
to remain longer. The doctors protested,
but the patient would have his way. How
he got to his home no one knows. He
reached there almost a wreck. He was
exhausted and collapsed from the severe
strain and pain he suffered.
"BIG MIKE" VICTORIOUS
His Exciting Encounter With a
Newark Trolley Conclnotor.
An amusing scene was enacted on n
Newark car last evening just before the
car reached the Junction. “Hig Hike"
Nolan, or as he is more familiarly called
by his drivers and other friends, the
"Mayor of Soldier Street," was sitting in
a corner near the door smoking a black
ciga r.
"Say, you can't smoke in there," growl
ed the boss of the rear platform, but th<
"Mayor” puffed on the weed as though
nothing had been said,
"What's the matter wld you, can't yet
.quit when yer asked?" said the con
ductor.
••yer got to stop, see. That will be tin
dearest smoke vere ever had. I’ll call a
cop if yer don't stop.”
Then he grabbed "Big Mike” by the
coat collar. Mike is a sort of giant, stand
ing just six feet four in his stockings. He
weighs about 250 pounds. When the
conductor grabbed Mike, the latter did
not budge. The conductor tugged away,
but Mike was not jarred a bit. After a
few frantic attempts to dislodge him the
conductor grasped for breath and let go.
"You ain't so much," said Mike to the
conductor.
"I'm as much a? you arc,” was the re
ply.
“£an’t I keep the cigar in my month?"
asked Mike.
“Sure you can if you don't puff on it."
was (he answer and The comedy thus end
ed, while the passengers indulged in a
good laught at the conductor's expense.
EVIDENTLY NOT THE THIEF
G*orc« Miller Had a Burglar’s Tool
However and Wns Held.
George Miller of New York, City was
arres-ted at the Montauk lodging house
last night by Detective Lee of Police
Headquarters on a qharge of breaking
into and entering the candy story of
Frank Pecknithisi. at No. 8 Newark ave
nue, on November 25 last, and stealing an
ice cream freezer. Lee arraigned the man
before Police Justice H0O6 of the Firs:
Criminal Court this morning. Junkman
Carey, of Mirris street, was put on the
witness stand to testify that Miller had
uttered the stolen freezer for sale to him.
Carey said that IMiller had offered a
freezer for sale, but on 'November 12. two
wee.ks before the robbery of the candy
store in question. Miller had a burgiarV
“jimmy" in his pocket when arrested and
he' was held so that his pedigree might
be looked Into
SHEltJFF’S XQ LIVES.
SHERIFF**' \hALB r- HMW FlROPiT
Court. * >.••■"'
Joseph 12. fWn-Acbi and tHiarles J. Baum,
trading hh -Bernstein Sc Vo., vs. Johu M. Keim.
On Contijift, FI. fa., &c.
Returnable December Term, 1901.
Hudspeth and Fuster,. .Attorneys.
By virtue of the .above stated writ, to nm
directed and delivered, X have levied upon and
.shall sell by public vendue, at Real Estate
Salesroom, No. 47 Montgomery street, Jersey
City, oil
THURSDAY, the »we£uy-3ixth day of Decern- j
heir next,
Sfi two o’clock dn the'afternoon, all the right, !
title and1 es^te of the above-named defendant, i
John H. K»*im. li> ami t«» all the following de
scribed land and premises, with the appur- ;
tenances. that is to say:—
All that certain tract, piece or parcel of land
and premises, situaLe, lying and being in the
City of. Jersey City, County «»f Huason and
State of New Jersey, beginning at a point in
the southwesterly litie of Comnrtmipaw avenue
41 ft. northwesterly from the northwesterly
line of Crescent avenue; thence southwesterly
at right angles to Communipaw avenue, to,
through ami beyond n party wall 78 4-100 ft.;
thence northwesterly at right angles to Cres
cent avenue 19, 6-106 ft.; thence northeasterly
at right angles to Comraunlpaw avenue, to,
through and beyond a party wall, 70 52-100 ft.
to CoijlmUnipirw avenucf; thehce southeasterly
along the southwesterly line of the same -19 ft.
to the beginning.
Being same premises conveyed to John H.
Keim by Thomas H. Speer, by deed dated
October 31st, 1887, recorded in Hudson County
Register’s Office in LiL^er 448 of Deeds, page
2S0.
Also, all that certain tract, piece or parcel
of land and premises, situate, lying and being
in the Oity, Counts* and State aforesaid, de
scribed as follows:—
Beginning at a point on the southwesterly
line of Brinkerhoff street, distant 93 17-100 ft.
northwesterly from the northwesterly line of
Crescent avenue; therice funning southwesterly
at right angles, or nearly so, to Brinkernorr
street 224 39-100. ft. more or less to Harrison
avenue; thence running northwesterly along
the northeasterly line of Harrison avenue
45 96-100 ft. to a point; thenpe northeasterly
and parallel, or nearly so, with first line run,
108 62-100 ft. to a point; thence southeasterly
and parallel with BTinkerhu/f street, or nearly
so, 12 3-100 ft. to a point; thence again north
easterly and parallel with first line, or nearly
so. 115 ft. to the southwesterly line of Br nker
hoff street: thence southeasterly along the
same 31 $7-1(8) ft. to the beginning.
Being the same premises conveyed to John
H. Keim by two deeds; one from ‘George G.f
ford et al., executors, dated May 3d, 1S93,
recorded in Liber 574 of Deeds, page 622, and the
other from Frank H. Bonnell et al., execu
tors, dated October 1st, 1894, and recorded in
Liber 613 of Deeds, page 152.
CARL H. RUEMPLER,
Sheriff.
Dated November 19, 1901.
Jersey City News and The Observer.
SHERIFF’S SALE—IN CHANCERY OF NEW
Jersey.
Between Cornelia E. Watson-, trustee, com
plainant, and Margarethu Haase and others,
defendants. «
Pi. fa. Pol- Sale of Mortgaged Premises.
Returnable February Term, 1902.
Carrick and Wortendyke, Solicitors.
By virtue of the above stated writ, to me
directed and delivered, I shail sell by public
vendue at P. G. VVolbert’s Real Estate Sales
room, Nu. 47 Montgomery street, Jersey City,
on
THURSDAY, the twenty-sixth day of Decem
ber,. A. IX 1901,
at two o'clock in the afternoon, all the fol
lowing described land and premises, with the
appurtenances, being the same described in ■
said writ, that is to say:—
All that certain lot of land and premises,
situate in Jersey City, in the County of Hud
son and State of New Jersey, and which is
known and designated as lot forty-five (45), in
block six hundred and thirty-three (633), front
ing on Garfield avenue, as shown on assess
ment map accompanying report No. seventy
eight (78), mad? by the Commissioners of Ad
justment heretofore appointed in and for said
City of Jersey City under the provisions of an
act entitled, “An Act concerning the settle
ment and collection of arrearages of unpaid
cakes, assessments and water rates or water
repts in cities of this State, and imposing and
levying a tax, assessment and lien in lieu
and instead of such arrearages and to enforce
the payment thereof and to provide for the sale
of. lands subject to future taxation and assess
ment,’' passed March 30, 1886, and the various
supplements thereto, arid filed with their said
report In the office of the Clerk of the County
, ,f Hudson, a certified copy of which report
and map was transmitted to and filed with
che City Collector of Jersey City on March 22.
1892.
CARD H. RUEMPDER,
Sheriff, j
Dated November 19, 1901.
Jersey City News and The Call.
SHERIFF'S SALE.—IN CHANCERY OF NEW
Jersey.
Between Robert Anderson, complainant, ana
Patrick McCabe and Anne McCabe, his wife,
defendants.
Fi. fa. For sale of mortgaged premises.
Returnable February Term, 1902.
Joseph Anderson, Solicitor.
By virtue of the above stated writ, to me
directed ami delivered, 1 shall sell by public
vendue at F.. a. • Wolbert's real estate i-aies
rojin, No. 47 Montgomery street, Jersey City,
on ' .
THURSDAY, the second day of January,
A. D. 1902,
at tw’o O’clock in the afternoon, all the fol
lowing described land and premises, with the
appurtenances, being the same described in
said writ, that Is to say*—
All that certain, lot, piece or parcel of land
and premises, situate, lying and being in Jer
sey City, in the County of Hudson and State
of New Jersey, and designated on a map filed
in the bffiee of the Clerk (now Register) of
the said Hudson County, on the 24th day of
October, *1861, shewing the partition of land
iu said Jersey City, among the heirs of John,
Li. Coles, deceased/ as lot numbered twenty
seven, in Block numbered two hundred and
fifty-three, being bounded and described as foi
iows:— Beginning, at a ’point in the southerly
line of Ninth street < formerly North First
street), distant one hundred and fifty feet east
erly from a point formed by the intersection I
of the said southerly line of Ninth street, with
the easterly line of Brunswick street; thence
running southerly and parallel with Brunswick
street one hundred feet; thence easterly and
parallel with Ninth street twenty-live feet; ;
thence northerly and again parallel with
Brunswick street- one hundred feet to the
southerly line of Ninth street; thence westerly
along the southerly line of Ninth street t.veniy
Uye feet to the point or place of beginning.
Being the same premises conveyed to the said
Patrick McCabe by Joseph Reed and Mary
Agnes Reed, his wife, by deed dated June 13.
A. D. 189o, ami recorded on June 16, A. D. 1891),
m 1 fiber r*03 of Deeds for Hudson County,
pages 619, «!frc.
Also all those two certain lots, tracts or
parcels of land and premises, situate, lying
irtd being in the City of. Jersey City, in the
County of Hudson an f 'Stun* of New Jersey,
which., on the . map of Hacsimus. made by
Joseph F. Mangin for John B. Coles, Ksq.,
duly filed o.f record in the office#of the Clerk
of the County of Hudson, as well as in rne
office of the Clerk of the County of Bergen,
and on which map. Harsimup is laid out in
blocks of four hundred feet by two hundred
feet and subdivided .into . lpts of twenty-five
feet , by one hundred feet.“are designated and
known u$ lots number eleven (11) and
tw’elve (12). in block numjjT qne .hundred and
fifty-two'’<152), each beifig twenty-five feet wide
in front antf rear and one hundrrd feet deep
oii each side, as by reference to said map will
fully appear.
Being the same premises conveyed to the
said Patrick McCabe by Benjamin S. Taylor
and Mary, his wife, by <l«ed dated April 30,
A. V>. 1870. afid recorded on May 11. A.- I). 1870,
in (fiber 21 <) of Deeds for. Hudson County,
pages 413, &c.
CARL H. RUEJMPliER.
Sheriff.
Dated November 26, 15)01.
Jersey City News and The Observer.
SHERIFF'S* SALE—IN CHANCERY OF NEW
Jersey.
Between The Pamrapo Building and Loan
Association, complainant, and Sophia Tomkins
ei al., defendants.
Fi. fa. For Sale of Mortgaged Premises.
Returnable February Term, 3902.
M. J. Currie, Solicitor."
By virtue of the above stated writ, to me
directed and delivered, I shall sell by public
vendue at F. G. Wolbert’s Real Estate Sales
room, No. 47 Montgomery street, Jersey City,
oil ‘
T'HFRSf >AY, the second day of January,
A. I>. 1902.
at tw'o f/Hock in the afternoon, all the fol
lowing described land and premises, with the
appurtenances, being the same described in said
writ, that is to Ray:—
All that certain tract or parcel of land and
premises, situate, < lying and b^ing in the City
of Bayonne, in the County of tludstfii and State
of New Jersey, described as follows:—
Beginning at a point in the southwesterly
side of West Forty-first street, distant three
hundred and fifty (850) feet northwest from the
northwesterly side of Avenue D; thence run
ning (1) soubiweBterlv.parallel with. Avenue D
one hundred (100) feet; thence (2) n orthwesterly
parallel with West Forty-first street twenty
five (25) feet; thence (2) northensterly parallel
with Avenue D one hundred (100) feet to said
side of West Forty-first street, and thence (4)
southeasterly along the same twenty-five (25)
feet to the point or place of beginning.
CARL H. RHEMPLER.
Sheriff.
Dated November 20, 1901.
Jersey City News and Bayonne Standard.
Suit No. 2.
SHERIFF'S PALE-IN CHANCERY OF NEW
Jersey.
Between Joel w. Rrown, complainant, and
Alfred C. Mead et at., defendants.
Ft. fa. For Sale of Mortgaged Premises.
Returnable October Term, A. D. 1M1.
Thomas J. Kennedy. Solicitor.
The sale under above stated writ stands ad
Journed to
THFRSDAY, December 12th. A. D. 1901,
at Real Estate Salesrooms, No. 47 Montgom
ery street, Jersey City, at 2 o’clock P. M
CARL H. RL'EMPLER.
Sheriff.
Dated November 14, A. D, 1801. >
Jersey City' News and Evening Journal.
SHEBJFF’S 30TICKS
SHERIFF'S Sil.KM»i i’IIANi "ETIT ftF NEW
Jersey.
Between Greenville United Building and Loan
Association, complainant, and Joseph c. Duff
et a1., defendant*.
FI. fa. For Sale of Mortgaged Premises.
Returnable February Term. 1902.
Erwin and Keller, Solicitors.
By virtue of the above stated writ, to tne
directed and delivered, 1 shall sell by public
vendue, at F. G. Wolbert’s Real Estate Sales
room, No. 47 Montgomery street. Jersey City,
on
THURSDAY, the twelfth day of December,
A. D. 1901,
at two o'clock in the afternoon, all the follow
ing described land and premises, with the ap
purtenances, being tbe same described In said
writ, that is to say:—
Ail that certain lot, piece or parcel of land
and- premises, situate, lying and being In Jer
sey City, in the County of Hudson and S ate
of New Jersey, which is known and des gnated
as lot numbered eleven (11). on block number, d
thirteen hundred and nine GWJ). on map of
property of Benjajmin f>. Daurnont, now on
Hie in the office of the Register of '-aid County.
CARD II. RU EM PL EH,
Sheriff.
Dated November 0, 1901.
Jersey City News and The Observer.
SHERIFF'S SALE — HUDSON COMMON
Pleas Court. .*
Walter E. Coney vs. William J. Benson.
FI. fa., &c. On Dockered Judgment.
Returnable December Term, 3901.
Henry J. Melosh, Attorney.
By virtue of the above stated writ, to me
directed and delivered. I have levied upon and
shall sell by public vendue, at Real Estate
Salesroom, No. 47 Montgomery street, Jersey
City, on
THURSDAY, the nineteenth day of Decem
ber next,
at two o’clock in the afternoon, all the right,
title and estate of the above named defendant,
William J. Benson, in and to all the following
de*cribed land and premises, with the appur
tenances, that is to say:—
All that certain lot of land and premises,
situate, lying and being in Jersey City, in j
the County of Hudson and State of New Jer- i
sey, which on a “Map of property of D. B. j
Wakeman. D. Gould and G. S. Gardner, situ
ated on the Bergen Heights, one mile from
Jersey City Ferry, surveyed and drawn by
John Bevan, City Surveyor, Commercial Build
ing, Jersey City." arnd Hied in the Register's
Office of Hudson County, is known as Ipt
numbered thirty-eight (38), on the northerly
side of Bowden avenue (now Belmont avenue),
said lot being twenty-five feet wide by one j
hundred feet deep.
CARL H. RUEMPLER,
Sheriff.
Dated November 12. 1901.
Jersey City News and Jersey City Herald.
SHERIFF’S SALE.—IN CHANCERY OF NEW
Jersey.
Between Guy B. Waite, complainant, and
Samuel Malopski et al„ defendants.
Fi. fa. For sale of mortgage. 1 premises.
Returnable February Term, 1902.
Weller and Lichtenstein. Solicitors.
By virtue of the above stated writ. 10 me
directed and delivered, I shall seii by public
vendue, at F. G. Wolbert’a Real Estate Sales
room. No. 47 Montgomery street. Jersey City,
on
THURSDAY, the second day of January,
A. D. 1902,
at two o’clock in the afternoon, all the fol
lowing described land and premises, with the
appurtenances, being the same described in
•aid writ, tha*. *3 to sav:
AI1 the following tract or parcel of land and
premises hereinafter particularly described,
situate, lying and being in the City of Bayonne,
in the County of Hudson and -State of New
Jersey/*
And which on a certain map entitled "Tax
Map City of Bayonne,** is known, marked and
distinguished as lot forty-six (46), in block
numbered forty-two (42).
CAUL H. RUEMPLER.
Sheriff.
Dated November 26, 1901.
Jersey City News and Bayonne Herald.
SPECIAL MASTER’S SALE—IN CHANCERY
of New Jersey.
Between Philip Sieman et ux.. complainants,
and Dora Gassnmn et ais., defendants.
On Bill for Partition and Decree for Sale.
Frank J. Higgins, Solicitor.
By virtue of a decree of the Court of Chan
cery of New Jersey, made in the above stated
cause on the thirty-first da; of October, A. D !
nineteen hundred and one. directing a sale of
all and singular the premises mentioned and
described in said decree, I, William G. E.
See, Special Master in Chancery of New Jer
sey. shall sell at public vendue to the highest
bidder, on
THURSDAY, the twelfth day of December.
nineteen hundred and on^.
at two o’clock in the afternoon, upon the
premises hereinafter described, which are
situated on the east side of the Old Bergen
Road, between Cator and McAdoo avenues,
Jersey City, ALL the following lands and
premises, being the same described in said
decree for *ale, to wit:—
A certain tract of land situate in the City
of Jersey City, in the County of Hudson,
described as follows, to wit:—
ALL that certain lot of land and -premises
situate , in the Township gf Bergen, County of
Hudson and State of New Jersey, which said
lot as it is laid down and distinguished on h
certain*' map entitled "Map of property of
Henry Balnbridge situated at Greenville. Hud
son County, N. J.. made by John Bevan.
March 26th. 1853, and filed in the Clerk’s off ce.
of the County of Hudson March 29th. 1853.
is known as lot No. thirty-one (31) on said
map. fronting on the road from Bergen Point
to Newark Plank Road and Bergen Five Cor- ,
ners. being twenty-five feet wide in front and
rear and one hundred feet deep on each side,
and being a part of the same land and
premises conveyed to the said Henry Baia
bridge by John J. Vreeland and wife, by deed
dated March 17th. 1853. and recorded in Clerk’s
office of the County of Hudson in TJber 28 of
Deeds, page 667. &c. INCLUDING the in
choate right of dower of Emma Sieman there
in. wife of Philip Sieman. TOGETHER with
all and singular the hereditaments and appur
tenances to the said premises belonging or in
anywise appertaining.
Dated November 12th. 1901.
WILLIAM G. E. SEE.
Special Master in Chancery.
No, 1 Montgomery street. Jersey City, N._J^
TO MRS. CHARLES BRADY.
You are hereby notified that at a public sale
made by the City Collector of Jersey City, on
the 5th day of September, A. D. 1901, 1 pur
chased for the sum of twenty-seven dollars and
seventy-four cents ($27.74), ALL the land and
real estate situate in Jersey City, in the
County of Hudson and State of New Jersey,
fronting on Belvidere avenue, Jersey City,
which is laid down and designated as lots 37, j
38, 39, in block numbers 1.658-187, as shown
upon L. D. Fmvler’s official assessment map
of Jersey City C894). said sale being made
pursuant to the provisions of an act of tlie
Legislature of New Jersey, passed March 30:b,
18*6. entitled:—
"An act. concerning the settlement and col
lection of arrearages of unpaid tax«s. as
sessments and water rates or water rents
in cities of this State, and Imposing and
levying a tax. assessment and lien in lieu
and instead of such arrearages, and to en
force the payment thereof, and to provide
for the sale of lands subjected to future
taxation and assessment.”
And the several supplements thereto.
And you are further notified that you ap
pear to have an estate or interest in said
lands and real estate, and unless fhe said land
arid real estate shall be redeemed, as provided
in said acts, within one year from the date
of sale and before the * expiration of six
months from and after the service hereof, a
deed for the same will be given conveying t«
the purchaser the fee simple of said land and
real estate according to the provisions of tha
said acts.
Dated Jersey City, N. J.. Octoher 30th. 190L
JAMES J. MURPHY,
Pun baser.
TO MRS. CHARLES BRADY.
You, arc hereby notified that at a public
sale made by the City Collector of Jersey
City, on the 5th day of September, A. D. 1901.
I purchased lor the sum of twenty-seven dol
lars and seventy-four cents ($27.74), ALL the
land and real estate situate in Jersey City,
in the County of Hudson and State of New
Jersey, fronting on Belvidere avenue. Jersey
City, which is laid down and designated as
lots 34, 35, 36, in block numbers 1.G58-9S7, as
shown upon L. D. Fowler's official assessment
map of Jersey City (1894), said sale being made
pursuant to the provisions of an act of *he
Legislature of New Jersey, passed March 30th.
1886, entitled:—
“An act concerning the settlement and col
lection of arrearages of unpaid taxes, as
sessments and water rates or water rente
in cities of this State, and imposing and
levying a tax, assessment and lien in lieu
and instead of such arrearages, and to en
force the payment thereof, and to provide
for the sale of lands subjected to future
taxation and assessment.”
And the several supplements thereto.
And you are further notified that you ap
pear to have an estate or interest In said land
and real estate, and unless the said land and
real estate shall be redeemed, as provided in
said acts, within one year from the date
„f sale and before the expiration of six
months from and after the service hereof, a
deed for the - same will be given conveying
to the purchaser the fee simple of said land
and real estate according to the provisions of
the said acts.
Dated Jersey City, N. J.. October 30th, 1901.
JAMES J. MURPHY.
Purchaser.
C£uTi FicAT hi OF REDUCTION OF CAPI
tal Stock of the Hooper Drying Machine u>.
The Hooper Drying Machine Co., a corpora
tion of N. J., doth hereby certify that it has
reduced the capital stock of the Company from
$io0,000.60 to $5,000,00 by reducing the par value
of each share front $100.00 to $5.o0; said re
duction having been declared advisable by the
Board of Directors of the Company and hav
in'- been duly and regularly assented to by the
vote of 2-3 interest of each lass of stock
holders at a meeting duly called for that pur
pose, and written assent given.
(Signed)
U. HERRMANN, Prest.
LOUIS R HCHRAM, Sec’y.
Filed with Sec*y of State of N. J., Rept. 30;h.
1901.
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT—NOTICE IS
hereby given that the final account of the
subscriber, administratrix of the estate of Jo
seph Brennan, deceased, will he audited and
stated by the Surrogate of the County of Hud
son, and reported for settlement on Friday,
the $8d day of November next.
Dated October 16. A. D. 190t
LEU ,1 L \O J [CIS.
fi» ’tifcsiiY r<eks vnr* vm i».
Kdwar's. surviving twriiiute under (he wifi
of Michael ldmau, •fetf'ti; Emm< L. Licnn.i,
widow; Pan lino Menau, widow; L*»u:s W.
Uetmu. Eleanor A. Lienau, Ills wife; Fed?
crick W. Lienau, Harriet Lienau, hi* wife;:
Hans L». Lienau. Margurvtta J’- Lienau, in
fant; Louise fdenau, widow; Rudolph C. M.
Lienau, Alvina Lienau, his wife; IV: er A. M.
JJenau, Jtajtaft A. H. Lienau, infant; Math:: .e ;
Rarnbeau, Adolph Raipbeau, her husband;
Cecil** Hacot. Liii Hacot, Math tide Schulxjttb
H. Octavius Schultze, her husband, and Ed
ward \V\ Twight, Waiter Twight, infant;
Michael Lienau, Anna Lienau, his wife, and ,
Ernest Lienau.
You arc iu'icby notified that at a public :
wale marie by the City Collector of Jersey City, i
on the 1st day of November. 1?#7, the May*<r
and Aldermen of Jersey City purchased for ;
the sum of four hundred and one dui'.ars and
thirty repts ALL the land and real estate :
situate in Jersey City, in the County or Hud
son and State of New Jersey, fronting ui
Central avenue, which is laid down and des a
nated as lots 20 to 23, in block number 708,
upon an assessment map annexed to a report
number 102, 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
hied in the .office of the City Collector of Jer
sey City, on the 25th day of November, 1895,
said report and map and said sab: being made
pursuant to the provisions of an act of me
Legislature of New Jersey, passed March 30th,
18?6, entitled :r
“An Act concerning the settlement and collec
tion of arrearages of unpaid taxes, as~ess
ments and water rates or water rents in
cities of this State, and imposing and F
ing a tax, oa&esxmaru and lien in lieu
instead of such arrearages, and to enforc*.
the payment thereof, and to provide for the
sale of land* subjected to future taxation
and assessment.”
And the several supplements thereto.'
And you are further notified that you appear
to have an estate or Interest in said land and
real estate, and unless tb. .aid 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. foe simple of
said land and real estate according to the pro
visions of the said act.
Dated Jersey City, N. J., November 25. 19'»1.
THE MAYOR AND ALDERMEN OF JERSEY
CITY.
E. HOOS.
(Seal.) Mayor.
Attest:— M. J. O’DONNELL.
City Clerk.
(Sale Xo. 7*157.)
TO HENRY EGGSRS AND WILLIAM P.
Edwards, surviving executors under the will
of Michael Lienau, dee’d; Btnma L. Lienau,
widow; Pauline Lienau, widow; Louis W.
Lienau, Eleanor A. Lienau, his wife; Fred
erick NY. Lienau, Harriet Lienau, hi*} wife;
Hans H. Lienat*. Margaret! a P. Lienau. in
fant; JrfOUi.se l.ienau, widow; Rudolph C. M.
Lienau. Alvina Lienau, his wife, Peter A. M.
Lienau, Sarah A. ft. Lienau, infant; MathiUe
Rambeau. Adolph Rambeau. uer husband;
t'-eile Bacot, Lili Bacot, Maihilde SchuiUe.
H. Octavius Scilultze, her husband, and Ed
ward, VY. 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 C.ty.
on the 1st day of November, 1S97, The Mayor
and AMornvn of Jersey City purchased for
the sum of one hundred and forty-four dollars
and nineteen cents ALL the land and real
estate situate in Jersey City, in the County
of Hudson and State of New Jersey, fronting
on Ogden avenue, which is laid down and
designated as lots 15, IS and 17, in block num
ber 704, upon an assessment map annexed to a
report number 100. 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 Collector
of Jersey City, on the 1st day of July, 1S95,
said report and map and said sale being made
pursuant to the provisions of an act of the
Legislature of New Jersey, passed March 30th,
1886, entitled:—
“An Act concerning the settlement and collec
tion of arrearages of unpaid taxes, assess
ments and water rates or water rents in
cities of this State, and imposing and levy
ing a tax. assessment and lien in lieu and
instead of such arrearages, and to enforce
the payment thereof, and to provide for the
sale of lands subjected to future taxation
and assessment.”
And the several supplements thereto.
And you are further no. ified that you appear
to have an estate nr 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., November 2-5, 1901.
THE MAYOR AND ALDERMEN OF JERSEY
CITY.
E. HOOS.
(Seal.) Mayor.
Attest:—.. M. ,T. O’DONNELL.
City Clerk.
• > (Sale No. 7593.)
TO HENRY ROGERS AND WILLIAM D.
Edwards, surviving executors under the will
of Michael Lienau, dee’d; Emma L. Lienau,
widow; Pauline Lienau, widow; Louis W.
Lienau, Eleanor A. Lienau, his wife; Fred
erick NY. Lienau. Harriet Lienau, his wife;
Hans B. Lienau, Margaretta P. Lienau, in
fant; Louise Lienau, widow; Rudolph C. M.
Lienau, Alvina Lienau, his wife; Peter A. M.
Lienau. Sarah A. B. Lienau, infant; Maihilde
Rambeau, Adolph Rambeau, her husband;
Ceelle Bacot, Lili Bacoi. Mathihle Schultze,
H. Octavius Schifftze, her husband, ami Ed
ward \V. Twight, Walter Twight, -infant;
Michael Lienau, Anna Lienau, his wife, and
Ernest Lienau.
You are hereby nor ified that at a public sale
made by the City Collector of Jersey City, on
tire 1st, day >>[ November, 1897, Tire Mayor and
Aldermen of Jersey City purchased for the
sum of one hundred and four dollars and
eighteen-cents ALL the land and real estate
situate in Jersey City, in the County of Hud
son and State of New Jersey, fronting on
Central avenue, which is laid down and desig
nated as lot 14, in block number 710, upon an
assessment map annexed to a report number
102, made by 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
Jiled in the office of the City Collector of Jer
sey City, on the 25th day of November. 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 30th,
3886, entitled f—
“An Act concerning the settlement and collec
tion of arrearages of unpaid -axes, assess
ments ami water rates or water rents in
rities of this State, and imposing and levy
ing a tax, assessment and lien in lieu and
instead «>f such arrearages, and to enforce
the payment thereof, and vto provide for the
sale of lands subjected to future taxation
and assessment.”
And the several supplements thereto.
And you are further notified that you appear
to have an estate or interest in said land ami
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 Jersev City, N. J.. November 27. 1901.
THE MAYOR AND ALDERMEN OF JERSEY
CITY.
E. HOGS.
(Seal.) Mayor.
Attest:- M. J. O’DONNELL.
City Clerk.
(Sale No. 7663.)
TO HENRY KGGERS AND WILLIAM D.
Edwards, surviving executors under the will
of Michael Lienau. dec’d; Emma L. Lienau,
widow; Pauline Lienau, widow; Louis W.
Lienau. Eleanor A. Lienau, his wife; Fred
erick W. Lienau, Harriet Lienau. his wife;
Hans II. Lienau, Margaretta P. Lienau, in
fant; Louise Lienau, widow; Rudolph t\ M.
Lienau, Alvina Lienau. his wife; Peter A. M.
Lienau. Sarah A. B. Lienau. infant; Mathilde
Ranjbeau, Adolph Rambeau, her husband;
Cecils Bftcot. Lili Racor. Mathilde Schultze.
H Octavius Schultze. her husband, ami Ed
ward W. T wight. \Yaiter Twlght, infant;
Michael Lienau, Anna Lienau, his wife, anil
Erbest Lienau.
You are hereby notified that at a public sale
made bv the .City Collector of Jersey City, on
i he 1st dav of November. 1S»7 The Mayor and
\ldermen of Jersey City purchased for the
sum of two hundred and sixtv-one dollars and
seventy-six cents ALL the iand and real estate
situate in Jersey City, in the County of Hud
son and State of New Jersey, fronting on
Central avenue, which is laid down and desig
nated as lots 15 fo 17, in block number 710.
upon an assessment map annexed to a report
number 102. made by the “Commissioners y
Adjustment” appointed in and for said riiy
by the Circuit Court of the County of Km»son.
a certified copy of >Vhk-h report, and map wa.»
filed in the office of the city t ollector -.f
jersey City on the 25tli day of November. 1HH5.
said report arpl map and -saUl sale being made
pursuant to the provisions of an act of the
Legislature of New Jersey, passed March 30th,
1S.SC, entitled?— . , ,,
“An Act concerning the Settlement and collec
tion of arrearages of unpaid assess
ments and water rates or water rents in
cities of this State, and imposing and levy
ing a tax. assessment und lien in lieu and
instead of such arrearages, and to enforce
the payment thereof, and to provide for the
sale of lands subjected to future taxation
ami assessment.”
And the several supplements thereto.
And vou are further notllled 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
acta, before the expiration of six awmhs from
and after the service hereof, a deed for the
same will be gi%en conveying to Tiie Mayor
and Aldermen of Jersey . City the fee simple of
said land and real estate according to the pro
visions of the said act,
(Seal.) Mayor.
Attest:— M. J. O'tXlNNKLL
City Clerk.
(Sal* No. 7651.)
L 1C A L NOTICE
IN ''IIANCKHV OF Jtfnt IK.Wm,
Rd wnyn Klim Gdklbsou a1s.. .-ompbCl*
ani.H, and Jennie 'Steiner ct als.. d/Jcii Jan.*, .
My Supplemental Bill for Pan!non. Decree
tor Sale.
Henry Kwal.l, S.dkdtor.
B.v Virtue <>T a ilecrea of fin- < 'curt of Okaii
V’ Vy. made Jn the above-stated cause <»n th*
th!riy~ffr«t day of October, nineteen hundred
and one, directing a sale of all and singular
the premises men; oneJ and desur.beil m ti e
bill of complaint in said, caiae and, in said
decree ter sale. i. William B. Ghiimv./v,
Special Master in Chancery of Sew Jersey,
Otii Set! at public. vendue to the high bidder,
on the premises hereinafter rih^d. id tat a
to say, at No. u>l Maple street, Lafayetth,
Jersey CHy. New Jersey, on
MONDAY, the sixth day • January, A. D.
nineteen hundred and two.
at two o’edeck In the afternoon, ail that certain
plot of land and premises, situate in Jersey
I'Hiy, Kudfcon County. New Jc.sey, and known
us parts of lot number one «!/ upd- two <£}< in
Idoidi number trMruej, <IS), a.- shown on a
map enilth-d •May *>( Lafayette. ne mtl*
from Jersey Oitv Ferry, Hudson County,
X. J„" made )»y L. B. and D. E. Culver, Sur
veyor-:, on Hie h the Register's office of Hud
son CojiRty whh'h plot may be more particu
larly-deheri bed as follow*:—
't‘Tommunciiig at a point in the northeasterly
line of Mup.e Street distant eighly-aie Seet ami
edevert inch s »$T 13") H«*ui:.ea: i • fly ftoin Hi*
casier.’y center of Maple street and Pacific
avenue, which point is in the line of land con
veyed by the Provident Institution for Savings
in Jersey Ciy to Mary F. Pauly; thence north
easterly parallel with Pacific, avenue and along
the line of said Pauly’s land and also along
the line, of land conveyed by the Provident
Institution for-Savings in Jersey Oily to Bug
uall, fifty fS6> feet; thence southeasterly ar.«i
parallel with Maple strict eighteen (18) f e. t
more of lesa to a point opposite lo a party
wgll, which point Is also In the .«• »utbea»«ef1y
line of \M* premises conveyed to the said Thd
Provident Institution,.fur Savings in Jersey
Oity. by deed hereinafter. recited; thence
south we.- tevly along s^id line and parallel with
Paciti avenue, to, through and beyond the
centre of said parry wall/-.fifty (7)> feet to the
northeasterly line * of Maple street; thence
northwesterly along the noVtlieasu r!y line of
Maple street eighteen ’ <1S) f»*et more or less tc
the point of beginning.
Bejng pWt of th~%am« premises • mv'eyed to
the said The Provident.Institution for Saviugs
tr. .Je; : . y dry; %jr dV,W ’k Hr Lnrertvv .<her.fl
of Hudson County, by need dated August »th.
7v>. and roe. a tied Co -k f D •< is for
Hudson County. page 4»>7. ccc.; Including the
inchoate right r.f dywer of the defendant, Mar
garetta Klitsabeth Xei|, wife of said Alexander
Xeil. and Including also the estate as tenant
by the curtesy of Morris Steiner, known as
Joseph Steiner,, husband of, Jennie Steiner, de
ceased.
Together with all and singular the heredita
ments and appurtenance* to the id premises
belonging or in any wise-appertaining.
Dated December 2. l»Mu
WILLIAM B. GlLLMf»RE,
Special Muster in Chancery.
STATE OF NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT
of Stare-vOriiOcate «,f Ub-solution.
To all to whom these presortts may »• m#,
; In - :
Whereas, !i appears ?<• my .'•atlafactiin. by
duty authenticate*! record of the proceeding4
for the Voluntary dU&datloft theretif by the
unanimous consent of all the xtookh-fitter*,
deposited in tiiy office, that the Tureo
Egyptian Tobacco Company, a corporation *>f
this Slate. wh<u»e prim-lpa! offi. - i«- situate 1
at No, 15 Exchange pi;o in the Oify of Jer
sey City. County of Hudson, State of Xevr
Jersey (The (‘orjKwati.n Trust Company of
New Jersey being agent therein and in ciarc#
thereof, upon whom process may he served),
has complied with the requirements of “Ati
Act concerning corporations (Revision of
1896),“ preliminary- to the issuing of this cer
tificate of dissolution.
Now, therefore. I. George Wurta, Secretary
of State of the State of New Jersey, do here
by certify that the said .corporatinn did,
the third day of December, 1901. file in rvy
office a “duly executed and attested consent in
writing to the dissolution of said .‘orporaitoa,
executed by all the stockholders thereof, which
said consent and the record of the proceeding* ,
aforesaid are now on file in my sa d office as
provided by law.
In testimony whereof. I have here'.#
set my band and affixed my official
(Seal.) seal, :tt Trenton, this third day of D —
pembp.r,. A. D. one thousand nine hun
dred and one.
GEORGE Wl'RTS,
Secretary of Sta e.
STATE OF NEW JERSEY—DEPARTMENT
of Stare—-Certificate of Dissolution.
To all to whom these presents may come.
Greeting:
Whereas. It appears to my satisfaction, by
duly authenticated record o: the proceeding*
for the voluntary dissolution thereof by the
unanimous consent of all the stockholders,
deposited in my office, that the Kairo com
pany. a corporation of this State, whose prin
cipal office is Situated at No- 2U Washing
ton street, in the City of Jersey. City. County
of Hudson. State of New Jersey (Isaac S.
Taylor being agent therein and in charge
■there- f, upon whopi process may be served),
has complied with the requirements of “An
\ct concerning corporation (Revision of 1896).**
preliminary to the issuing of (his certificate
of dissolution.
Now. therefore, I, George Wuris, Secretary
of State of the State -»f New Jersr-y. do here
in' cert if v that the ttaid eorporatlota di-1. on
the third day of December. U*dJ. file in my
office a duly executed and attested consent m
writing to the dissolution of said corporation,
cxecute-1 by all *»f the stockholders thereof,
which said consent aad the record of the pro
ceedings aforesaid, are now on tile in my said
office as provided by law.
In testimony whereof. I have hereto
set my hand and affixed my official
(Seal.) seal, at Trenton, this third day of De
eember. A. D. one thousand nine hun
dred and one.
GEORGE WURTS,
Secretary of State.
TO MARCUS B. COUGHLIN. MARIANA A.
ugaeu. William O. Wheeler, Andrew H
Green, executors under the will of Will.am
B. Ogden, dec’d; Abba Ann Baldwin, widow;
Mary C. Baldwin, widow; Kathryn C. Bald
win. and Amelia Reinke, tenant.
You are hereby notified that at a public sai#
made by the City Collector of Jersey City, on
the 6tn day of October, 1396, The Mayor and
Aldermen of Jersey City purchased for th#
sum of three hundred and sixty-five dollars
and fifty-one cents ALL the land and real
estate situate in Jersey City, in the County of
Hudson and State of New Jersey, fronting on
Webster avenue, which is laid down and
designated as lot 30, ift bloc c number 785. upon
an assessment map annexed to u report num
ber 192, made by the ••Commissioners of Ad
justment’* appointed in and for said City by
the Circuit Court of the County of Hudson, a
certified, copy of which report and map was
filed in the office of the City' Collector or
J rsey City, on the 25th day of November, 159&,
said report and map and said sale being made .
pursuant to the provisions of an act of tn#
Legislature of New Jersey, passed March 3%
1886. entit’ed:— , _
“An Act oncerning the settlement and collec
tion of arrearages of unpaid taxes, assess
ments and water rates or water rents ix»
cities of this State, and imposing and levy
ing a tax, assessment and lien in lieu arvg
instead of supti arrearages, and to egforc#
the pavment theretif, ana to provide for th®
sale or lands subjected to future taxatlo*
and assessment.”
And the several supplements thereto.
And yo are further notified that you appeal
to have an estate or interest In said land an*
real estate, and unless the said land and rea
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, th® fee slropU
of said land and real estate according to tha
provisions of the said acL
Dated Jersey City, N. J., Sept. 2.>, 1901.
THE MAYOR AND ALDERMEN OF JERSEY
CITY.
E. HOOS.
Mayor.
Atteft:— M. J. O’DONNELL,
City Clerk.
(gale No. 70t* )
TO WILLIAM HENRY WATTS AND Mlfes.
William Hftury Watts, wife of said William
Henry Watts.
You are hereby notified that at a public sal*
made by the City Collector of Jersey City, on
the eighteenth day of September. 11*00. I pur
chased for the sum of nineteen dollars and
fear cents. All the land and real estate nituar*
in Jersev City, in the County of Hudson anti
State of New Jersey, fronting on Tonneie ave
mie, which is laid down and designated as Iota
thirty-ftvo and thirty-six, in blev-k numbered
nine 'hundred and thirty-eight, as show n upo*
L G. Powders Official Assessment Map of
Jersey City. IS’M. said sale being made pur
suant to the provisions of an act .ol' the Legi*
iuture of New Jersey, passed March 30th, l$«u,
entitled “An Act concerning the settlement and
collection of arrearages and water rates and all
water rents in cities of this State, and imposing
and levying a tax. assessment and lien in lieu
and instead <>f such arrearages and to enforce
the payment thereof, and to provide for the.
sale of land subjected to future taxation and
•issessment.*’ And the several supplement*
thereto* And you are further notified .hat you
appear t«> havo an estate or interest in said
ianU and real estate and on leas the said iaiKfc
and real estate almil be redeemed, as provided
in said act. within v>ne year from the date of
sale and before the expiration -f six month*
;’Am and after the service hereof, a deed for
ife same will b£ given, conveying to the par*
chaser the fee simple of said land and real
estate according to the provisions of »ahi aci*.
Dated Jersey t-iiy, N. J.. Sept. 24, 1901.
tfiRAH JONES.
Purchaser.
" ■ .—.....■
IN CHANCERY OB NEW JERSEY.
To Serena Rossing or Ressin*.
By virtue of an order of the Court of
Chancery of New Jersey, made on th#
day of the date hereof, in a cause where
in Jonn Rhsslngr ife petitioner ami you aro
defendant, you are required to appear ant*
atxawer to the petitioner's petition on ( r
"before the ninth day of December . next,
or that in default thereof, such deer- *
will be made against you as the Chancel
lor shall think equitable and just. The
said petition is filed against you tor a d ••
voice from the'bond of matrimony.
Dated October 7, 3901.
J. HERBERT POTTS.
Solicitor of Petition*!,
16 Exchange Place,
LI**: - k&>:. ^ a.

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