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| - What Local Catholic Au thorities Think of the Augustinians’ Action. “DOCTOR UTRIUSQUE JURIS’' Ex-President Cleveland to Be Legally an Interpretor of Catholic Canon Law. The Augustine College of St. Thomas. Villa N'ova. will tomorrow confer ou ex Prcsident of the United States. Grover Cleveland, the high honorary degree of doctor of jurisprudence, "juris utriusque doctor." Dr. Cleveland will be the first man in the United States to receive this degree. He has already received from Princeton College the degree of UL.I). According to a prominent Jersey City doctor of divinity in the Catholic Church, this degree comprises doctor of canon and civil law, and to obtain it requires a gigantic memory and a complete knowledge of the Justinian code as well ns perfect familiarity with the canonical laws of the Roman Catholic Church. The usual mode of procedure, previous to receiving this degree, is to go to Rome and make an exhaustive study of both kinds of law. The degree is usually con ferred iu Rome. “I know nothing of the circum stances.” said the same authority, “un der which it was decided to confer this degree upon Mr. Cleveland. But I can see no reason why the degree should be conferred upon him or why laws of the Itomau Catholic Church.’ Dr. Cleveland is the son of a Presby terian minister and is himself a mem ber of that denomination. During the exercises at Villa Nova Dr. Cleveland will address the graduat ing class. AH'? arangemejiiJs uiuuc of I>r. Cleveland are to be a special train, which leaves Princeton so as to arrive at Villa Youa about ten o clock. The president of the college faculty and students will be assembled at .the station, from which they will escort Dr. Cleve land to the monastery. Arriving at the monastery a procession will be formed and all will make to the auditorium of the new college, where the exercises will ie held. r A number of other degrees will be con ferred by the college tomorrow and that of Poetor of Philanthropy will be given to Baron Von Hcngemar. privy counselor to His Imperial and Apostolic Majesty, the Emperor of Austria and King of Hungary. STOLE HIS SUNDAY SHAVE Aesthetic Burglar Pinches a Shaving Set Rather Than Go With a Stubby Face. An enterprising Bayonne bnrglar. evi dently anxious to present a clean shaven face, visited the private residence of Mr. Thomas C. Wellman, of Xo. 82 West Fifth street, with gratifying results to himself before daylight Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Wellman were out of town, leaving their niece. Miss Delia Allen, in charge of their three children, who fortunately were not disturbed. Sunday mornnig the servant discovered and reported the ground floor of the residence had been ransacked. The discriminating burglar in need of a shave decamped with a valuable silver shav ing outfit, presented to Mr. Wellman last Christmas. X'othing eles was taken. There were evidences that the burglar took his needed shave before leaving. Entrance was effected through a win dow. The police are without a clue to the case. The scene is an exclusive private residential section. _ SIX SERIES PAID, Seventh Shareroll of the Hudson Co. B. & L. Ass'n Now Maturing. A regular meeting of the Hudson County Caledonian Building and I.oan Association will be held on Tuesday evening next, June 17, at No. 331 Pali sade avenue. Since its organization fif teen years ago this association has rna tur<sl and paid off six series of shares, and the seventh, amounting to $23,200. is now maturing. One of the principal elements that have contributed to the success of this association is its liberal policy of giving to each borrower on mortgage the full amount of the loan ap plied for without any deduction for premium, the premium being payable in monthly installments of one per cent, per oath. At the meeting tomorrow even: ; shares in the new series will be issnod. and this will be found an attrac tive and profitable investment in one of our most important and successful local institutions. __ VISIT FROM MIDNIGHT BURGJ3 Midnight burglars have again visited GreenVille. 'Shortly after eleven Friday night an attempt to enter the handsome home of Mr. Alec Suneschloss, No. 131 Lembeek avenue. Mr. Suneschloss was awakened by n rasping sound at the front door as oi somebody cutting wood. Mr. Suuesehlos stole downstairs, revolver in band, bn; the stairs creaked and all he found wa? a hole cut through the door. He turned in an alarm, but the burglars have nol yet been found. BRADY-DILLON. Mr. Tbornas Dillon and Miss Mar; Brady, both well known young people n St. Peter's parish, were married yertrdaj afternoon by the Rev. B rnnrd .1. Keane, at St. Peter's rectory on Grand street. The witnesses to the marriage wer Mr. William Durkin and Miss Elizabet, Brady, a sister ol the bride. . MID-OCEAN LETTER Rev. E. L. Stoddard Writes an Account of His Voyage in Its Midst. The Rev. E. I,. Stoddard. Pli.D., rec tor of St. John's Episcopal Church, on Summit avenue, gives nn interesting mid ocean account of his voyage across the Atlantic. Dr. Stoddard was on the steamer Waklersee. of the Hambnrg Amcrican Line, which was in mid-ocean on May 25, when lie wrote the follow ing letter:— “We had a glorious send-off. Leaving No. 95 at 10:30. we unpacked, arranged our stateroom, went out fdt dinner, and returned in plenty of time to receive all who might call. By two o'clock the ship was crowded, choked with visitors, and of these we had a goodly share. Mean while the sun had come out. and all was bright except the eyes of those who were not going. As we pnlied out of the dock, a tremendous crowd was waving, shouting and crying on the pier, but we saw nothing of the St. John’s contingent save Frank Muller and George Thayer. Where were the rest? Why, another last surprise was awaiting us, for sud denly they appeared in a little tug with Hr. Myer in the midst. “Mrs. Young waved from the tug pilot house, Mr. Lothridge from the smoke stack, Mr. Burton talked to us through a megaphone, aud all sang us good-bye. It was a great send-off. We tried to throw bouquets to the tug. but they would not reach, and we had to content ourselves with signals. “We have had a wonderful passage: slow as a Fifth avenue stage coach, but comfortable beyond any of the parson’s experiences. First, the luxury of travel has so increased that a trip to Europe, if the weather is good, is as comfortable as a ride in Central Park. And our weather has been wonderful. Not a storm, not even a quarter of a gale, not a square foot of fog. not enough motion to upset the incst delicae stomach. "The ship is steady as a church, and one sometimes feels that she has stop ped. She is slow, fearfully but purpose ly slow, and for a St. John’s man, who likes to be getting somewhere every minnte, it is a trifle irritating, but be cause of the slow motion one does not feel the throb of the engines as much as on a ferryboat. That is a great com pensation. “The vast majority of the passengers are Genmnu. at least by reputation, and German is almost the only language one hears. The few Americans get together and timidly speak their native tongue and feel like relatives, or like the cap tive Jews in Babylon, or a band of mis sionaries in the wilds of Africa. There is no service on board today, although there are two clergymen. But no one in authority has asked for such a ser vice. nor indeed anyone else save two of the Americans, and amid all these Germans one hesitates to go forward with no invitation. Among the steerage passengers, however, a service was held by one of their number, a German mis sionary from Texas, and to that we went. It was held on the fore main deck, hundreds of men and women standing thickly around the missionary, listening attentively and singing with great fervor the German chorals. At the same time, on the rear main deck, some Polish steerage people sang some hymns or psalms in Yiddieh or Yiddish, lo monotonous and melancholy tunes. For the swells upstairs there was noth ing but the brass band playing some pious melodies, many of the pessengers playing cards as they listened. “Good-bye, dear St. John's, we think of yon today and -follow the different ser vices with nffectiou as they come and go, all the more as in the first cabin there seems no Sunday. “TIIE PARSON.” MASON INJURED William B. Perltins Hurt in a Peculiar Manner. William B. Tcrkins. Pnst Master of Amity Lodge. F. & A. M., was seriously injured Saturday night as a result of hi>, recklessness in standing on the iusidt running board of a crowded trolley car going up the Communipaw avenue hill. Car No. 1,110. which was oil rts way to Newark, knocked him off. He Was -kiweezed between the cars and dropped io the street. He was picked up uncon scious and taken to the City Hospital, where the doctors discovered that he lmd sustained a fracture of‘the collar bone, internal injuries and severnl abrasions ind contusions on the head and body. Mr. Perkins is forty-seven years old, and lives at No. 20 Clendenny avenue. COURT CALENDAR Circuit Court, Judge Nevlus—June It. No. 421 June IS. Nos. 395, 429, 272; June 19, Nos. 24, 33. General Sessions Court, Judge Blair—June 17, State v«. Nelson Jackson, bigamy; State vs James H. Istral. aioeloua assault; State vs. diaries Broun, assault and battery; State vs Jharles Relsesburg. assault and battery. June 13—State vs. John Connors and Johr J'Brlen, bteaiing and entering, four Indict, nenta; State W Smith Howell and Johr tuenlg, policy ambling. The Grand Jl ry will meet tomorrow morn ng and vialt Si ake HU1 on a tour of In spec Jon of th* varl u» eounty Inatitutlana. POOH OLD ROVER Children of School No. 1 in Grief for the Death of Mrs. Ralston’s Pet. • “AS AWFUL GOOD DOGGIE” His Intelligence Praised by His Bereaved Friends — His Stirring Career. Before entering Public School No. X in York street, this morning, Principal George H. Linsley’s girls and boys gathered in groups on the sidewalk and discussed the death on Saturday night of Ilover, Mrs. William Ralston’s fat dog and the pet of the school. •‘He was an awful good doggie.” said one little girl, as she wiped her eyes suspiciously with a corner of her apron. I’m very sorry for Mrs. Ralston. Her heart must he ’njost broke.” In the meanwhile Mrs. Ralston, who keeps a combination candy and grocery store at 98 York street, a few doors east of this school, was trying not to look solemn while waiting for the dead ani mal man to take away the remains of ij(T previous pet. “1 can't bear the thought of letting that man carry Rover off,” she said to a Jersey City “News'’ reporter. "I wanted to give him a decent burial, but they tell me that there is no place in the city where I could bury him. The po lice told me to dump his carcass in the street until the dead animal cart came around, but I didn't have the heart to do that so I wrapped him up in a piece of carpet, put it around him and laid him in the areaway.” Rover was a cross between a water spaniel and an Esqnimo dog, and fell in to Mrs. Ralston’s possession thirteen and a half years ago when a six month's old pup. He was an unusually intelligent animal, and was best known in the vicin ity of the school as “that fat dog.” His legs were short and his girth was as great as his length. He had great diffi culty in walking, and was carried off. according to Mrs. Ralston, by a com bination of old age. intense heat and too much adipose tissue. "Rover didn't live like a dog. but like a person,’’ said its bereaved mistress. “He understood everything that was said to him, and was human in almost everything except the power of speech. He always slept on a lounge in the kitch en, and I covered him up every night in the cold weather just like a child. It was pathetic to see him coax to die put to bed when bedtime came round. He was so fat he couldn't jump, and had to be lifted on the lounge. “Royer was particular about his eating and unlike most dogs refused to pick up bones and things on the street. He was honest, too, and wouldn't steal things from the kitchen if nobody was around. He had a habit of watching the eats, though, and if he caught any of them stealing food from the table he would in variably take it away from them and eat it.” William Ralston, Mrs. Ralston’s hus band. said that his wife liked Rover bet ter than she did any other member jf the family, an allegation that his better half promptly refuted, and paid this trib ute to the fat dog's memory:— “Rover knew a heap, and was the wisest dog I ever knew. One night last winter a line of wet clothes which my wife had hung in the kitchen fell while we were all asleep. Some of the things dropped on a hot story, and began to steam. Rover knew that there was trouble ahead, and promptly went to the door, where he barked loud and long un til he woke us »p. He was greatly tick led when I showed up. but didn’t stop his barking until the clothes were remov ed from the stove.'’ Mrs. Ralston volunteered the informa tion that the general public took such a fancy to her pet “that he was kidnapped twice.” “Yes. and I got him back once,” spoke up Mrs. Ralston's brother. David Thomp son. "I met a fellow on Newark avenue who had Rove by a string. We came near having a light when he claimed the dog as his personal property, and a cop came up. He said:—‘There’s oup way to settle this ownership question. Let that dog loose and see whom he'll go to.' Just as soul) us the rope dropped from his neck I took it on the run and you'd ought to see that dog take it after me. Rove was a wise one, all right.” All day yesterday friends of Mrs. Ral ston dropped in to inquire if Rove was really dead, and she was kept busy re ceiving their sympathies, but nothing pleased her more than the nice things she heard the school children say about her pet when they learned that he was no more. WARREfHWSKEL. Mr! Timothy Miskel and Miss Loretta Cecelia Warren were married yesterday | afternoon at St; Peter’s rectory by the Rev. Bernard Keaiiey. The witnesses were Mr. George War I ren, brother ol' the bride, and Aliss F. Iiorahan. THttlnft Him Back. “I tell you. my friend, drink Is the I ir.u'sc of the working classes.” i “And I tells you work is the cutm ; of the drlukia' classes-”. _ i CUBA’S flRST MINISTER TO fHE UNITED BTAtfES. Gonzalo da Qnesada, Cuba’s first minister to the United States, is already well known at the national capital. During the days of the revolution and before Uncle Sam inter vened in 1S9S he was the secretary of the unrecognized legation from the struggling island. Younp Qnesada, who is about 35 years of age, is a graduate of the College of the City of New York. POCKET-BOOK CHASE Young Woman Scrambles Off Fast Trolley to Recover Her Purse. Nora McCarthy, twenty-six years old, of No. 180 Harrison avenue, boarded a Newark open trolley car at the Pennsyl vania Railroad ferry last night and got an extra grip on her pocket book as she sank wearily into an end seat. She re leased her grasp as the car passed Hen derson street and the purse dropped from her hand. It struck the running board, fell to the street, and Miss McCarthy went after it. Then the conductor stop ped the car and found the young woman weeping hysterically on her hands and knees by the side of the car tracks. H?r knees were bruised and bleeding and she was unable to stand. She was attended by Dr. McGill and taken to the home of a friend at No. 240 Twelfth street. Her poeketbook was secured. KENNEDHUTINC TODAY. Association Is Out for John J. Zeller for Sheriff. The members of the John F. Kennedy Association of the First ward are hold ing their annual outing today at Witzel's Point View Grove, College Foint, L. I. The association left its headquarters, Washington and Morris streets, at ten o'clock, and over four hundred young men marched through the lower section of the city, headed by Holden s full band. After the parade had marched through all the principal streets they le tnrjied to their headquarters, and then marched direct to the Morris street dock, where they boarded a steamer that con veyed them to the grove. At the picnic grounds athletic games will be indulged in, and gold and silver medals will be given to the first and second men in each event. Noticeable in the line of march were a number of well known Democratic poli ticians. including John J. Zeller, who may be the next Democratic candidate for’ Sheriff. .Vs the parade wended its way through the various streets there were great cheering for the popular young standard bearer and also Mr. John J. Zeller. The members of the Kennedy Associa tion are out for Mr. Zeller to a man. Mr. John J. Kennedy, the standard bearer, was boomed for a Freeholder nomination, and his followers hope to see him nominated as the representative from the downtown section of the city. When the outing returns this evening tliev will parade through the First, See ond, Third. Fourth and Fiftli wards, and there will be a grand fireworks display. DIES OF APPENDICITIS Edward McDonald Succumbs to the Operation. Edwanl McDonald, aged thirty-one years, died yesterday afternoon as tlie result of an operation for appendicitis which was performed several days ago at Chirst’s Hospital. Mr. McDonald was taken sick about one week ago and was removed from his late residence. No. old Grove street. " to the hospital. He was a nephew of Ex-Freeholder Kelly. A widow and three children survive him. No funeral arrangements have been made as yet PERSONAL Mr. Edward F. C. Young and Mrs. Young will go for the summer to their cottage on Cedar avenue, Norwood, on Wednesday. Mr. Young will come into town daily for his manifold duties. They will remain at the seashore until Octo ber. Major General P. Farmer Wanser and Mrs. Wanser are staying at their summer home, Milton on the Hudson. The Major General leaves town on Sat urday returning on Monday. Vice-Chancellor Henry C. Pitney will sail on .July 23 for his annual visit to England, he will return in rhe latter part of September. Vice-Chancellor Eugene Stevenson takes his vacation on .July 1. when he flees to the mountains for rest and fish ing. Vice-Chancellor Frederic W. Stevens leaves for the Canadian Lakes in August. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew .J. Corcoran of Eighth street have engaged a charming little cottage at Nyack for the summer. Ex-Mavor Edward IIoos is at his farm in Spring Valley studying the rotation of crops and the rearing of sheep. Ex-Governor Geo. T. Werts and fam ily will spend a few weeks on the Jersey coast and the remainder of the summer in the mountains. Senator Theodore Strong, of Middlesex i County, was in the Court of Chancery ihis morning. Ho sain it was too warm for politics in New Brunswick at this time, but it looked as though the Con gressional fight in that district would he Is-tween Representative. Benjamin r. Howell and J. A. Geissenttainer, who . was a member of the fifty-first, fifty* | second and ttfty-tliird Congress. “CHICK” TO RETIRE Oldest Officer in the Police Department Will Rest on His Laurels. Folicd Sergeant Michael Walsh, bet ter known as “Chick,” who enjoys the distinction of being the oldest officer in point of service in the Police Depart ment, will apply for retirement in the near future, probably in August. The heads -of the Department realize that Sergeant Walsh deserves an oppor tunity to enjoy himself on half pay after his many years of faithful service, but they do not like to see him go, for the reason that it will be difficult to find a man who will be able to fit into the po sition which he has held for fourteen years ne night sergeant at Police Head quarters. Walsh goes on duty every night in thp year, except one night each month, at 11 o’clock, and until relieved at 8 o’clock the next morning, is practically the head of the Department. The captains and their subordinates in every part of the city re ceive orders from him, and it is a ques tion of judgment with him whether Chief Murphy or Inspector Archibold are aroused from their beds to take charge in case of an emergency. He enjoys the absolute confidence of the Commission ers. Chief and Inspector, and has always had the reputation of doing the right thing at the right time. His immediate superiors sleep well when “Chick” is at the helm, realizing that his common sense and executive ability will keep Ininas bioviu^ suiuuiui.t. Walsh was appointed a ehanceraan by the Board of Aldermen in January, 1805. He temporarily went ont of the police business seventeen months later as a re sult of the passage of the law creating the Hudson Biver Police Commission. When the courts ended the muddle oc casioned by two separate departments by declaring that the Commission bill was valid. Walsh was appointed a patrolman on June 20, 1860. by Jersey City’s first Police Commission, of which John W. Pangborn. who now lives in Brooklyn, was President, A year later he was made a roundsman, and his promotion to a sergeautcy, occurred after his assign ment to Police Headquarters. Sergeant Wulsh was born in Columbia street, now Trinity place, Xew York, in 1841. and moved to this city with his parents when two yeare old. He answered his country’s call to arms in 1862 by enlisting in Company U. Twenty-first Regiment, Xew Jersey Vol nnteers, and fought in many engage ments. His bravery at Marie Heights in the battle of Chanoellorsville on the day that Colonel Hoitten was killed was rewarded on the following morning by a promotion from a corporal to sergeant. VAN VQIKENBURGH-FERRY Then engagement of Frofessor Joseph It. Ferry, organist of St. Peter’s K. C. Church, this city, and Miss Ella Van Volkeuliurgh, of Harrison. X. J., has boen announced, and the happy young couple will be married at Holy Cross Church, Harrison, on Wednesday after noon, June 18, at five o’clock. There will be special music rendered by Miner’s orchestra of Newark,’ assisted by Prot. Harbig. Miss Von Volkenburgh is a well known soprano singer and has sung in almost every Catholic church n ths city ou special occasions. STATE OF NEW JERSEY-DEPARTMENT OF STATE. CERTIFICATE OF DISSOLUTION. To all to whom these presents may come. Greeting: "Whereas, It appears to ray satisfaction, by duly authenticated record of the proceedings for the voluntary dissolution thereof by the unanimous consent of all the stockholders, de posited in ray office, that the Butte Lighting and Power Company, a corporation of this State, whose principal office is situated at No. 15 Exchange place. In the city of Jersey City, Countv of Hudson, State of New Jersey (The Corporation Trust Company of New Jer sey being agent therein and in charge thereof, upon whom process may be served), has com piled with the requirements of “An Act con cerning corporations (Revision of 1896),“ pre liminary to the issuing of this certificate of dissolution. Now, therefore, I, S. D. Dickinson, Secretanr of State of the State of New Jersey, do hereby certify that the sAid corporation did, on the seventeenth day of May. 1903, file in my office a duly executed and attested consent in writ ing to the dissolution of said corporation, executed by all the stockholders thereof which said conient ^nd the record' of the proceedings on; on file in my said office as aforesaid are provided by 14 set (Seal.) seal. of Ma dred itimony Whereof. I have hereto hand and affixed my official t Trenton, this seventeenth day , A. D. one thousand nine bun |Dd S. D. DICKINSON, "r Pe-aretary of State. THE FINAlj account of the sub; •erlber. admtnUtrator of Arm Am.lla KIn*. deceased, wiiljbe settled by the Hudson County Or phan*- Court on -fune fi, 2J*Ly. , ,,. vm a THE NEW JSP. El TITLE Ot AH VNTKE ft TRUST Ct THE ACCOUNT OF THE BCRSC'RIBER, trustee undo* Fill of -Joseph H. VoiwBr, d*j re»«d, Will »» MU led W the Hudson t-ountr Orphans' Court en June VONDT. smm. LEGAL NOTICES. a’EClAI, MAST Eli'S SALE. -IN CHANCERY I of New Jersey. Between Peter Curley s Executor and Trtis ee et ah, complts., ana Mara Curley et Hi., • lefts. On bill tor partition and decree for sale. Notice of Sale. Henry Ewald, Solicitor for complainants. j By virtue ot a decree of the « ’emit ot Chan cery of New Jersey made in the above stated i cause, dated May 2*th, 1SKJ2, i, the u’hder-iigned, one of the Special Masters of said Court, will expose for sale and sell at public vendue to the highest bidder, on TUESDAY, JULY loth, 1902. on the premises and at the hours below specified:— AT 2 - P. M., No. 187 WASHINGTON ST BEET, JERawY CITY, and in said decree for sale described as follows: — First Tract—All that certain piece of land | situate in Jersey City, in the County of Hud son and State of New Jersey, which on a map made by Joseph F. Mangln for tne Associates of the Jersey Company, is distinguished as lot ; number sixteen Washington street, containing j twenty-five feet in width and one hundred feet In depth, be the same more or less, and also the northerly half of the lot fchich on said map Is distinguished as lot number fourteen ; Washington street, containing twelve and one; j half feet in width and one hundred feet in j depth, be the same more or less. Being the same premises which were conveyed i to Peter Curley In his life time by David. H Nevins, sole acting executor of the last will j and testament of Russell H. Nevins, late of j the City and County of New York, deceased, by deed bearing date the first day of February, 1800. and recorded In Liber 77 of Deeds for Hudson County, page 841, &c. AT 2:15 P. M.. No. 100 ESSEX STREET, i JERSEY CITY, and in said decree of sale de- j scribed as follows:— Second Trace—All that lot, tract or parcel of j land and premises situate, lying and being in j Jersey City, in the County of Hudson and j State of New Jersey, which is known on a map of Jersey City, made by Joseph F. Mangln : for the Associates of the Jersey Company, as j lot number fifty Essex street, being twenty- j five feet wide in front and rear and one hun dred feet In depth throughout; said lot fronts on Essex street and lies on the north side thereof, and Is the lot lying across the rear of the lot on the northwest corner of Washington and Essex streets, which corner was once occu pied as a store and residence by one Henry Southmayd. Being the same premises which were con veyed to Peter Curley in his life time by George Dummer, Jr., and wife, by deed dated March 26th, 1852, and recorded April 27th, 1852, In Liber 23 of Deeds for Hudson County, pa»e 136, &c. Including the estate and right of curtesy of Philip White and William McSorley in said premises, together with all and singular the hereditaments ahd appurtenances to said prem ises belonging or in any wise appertaining. Dated June J$th, 1902. JOHN 3. McMASTER. Special Master in Chancery ot New Jersey, 1 Exchange place, Jersey City, N. J. STATE OF NEW JERSEY—DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 'certificate of dissolution. To all to whom these presents may come, Greeting: Whereas, IU appears to my satisfaction, by duly authenticated record of the proceeding's for the voluntary dissolution thereof by the unanimous consent of all the stockholders, de posited In my office, that the Richmond Beach and Railway Company, a corporation of this State, whose principal ofTice is situated at No, 15 Exchange place. In the City of Jersey City, County of Hudson, State of New Jersey (J. Herbert Potts being agent therein and in charge thereof upon whom process may be served), has complied with the requirements of “An Act concerning corporations (Revision of 1896).” preliminary to the issuing of this certificate of dissolution. Now, therefore, I. S. D. Dickinson. Secre tary of State of the State of New Jersey, do hereby certify that the said corporation did. on the tenth day of June. 1902, file in my office a duly executed and attested consent in writ ing to the dissolution of said corporation, executed by all the stockholders thereof, which said consent and the record of the proceedings aforesaid are now on file in my said office as provided by law. _ . In testimony whereof, I have here to set my hand and a xed my official (Seal.) seal, at Trenton, this tenth day of Jure. A. D. one thousand nine hun dred and two. S. D. DICKINSON. Secretary of State. XO HENRY EGGER3 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 B. Lienau, Margaretta P. Lienau. in fant; Louise Lienau, widow, Rudolph C. M. Lienau, Alvina Lienau, hts wife; Peter A. M. Lienau, Sarah A. B. Lienau. infant; Mathiide Rambeau, Adolph Rambeau, her husband; Cecile Bacot. Lili Bacot, Mathiide Schultte. H Octavius Schultze, her husband, and Ed 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 turn of two hundred and sixty-one dodara ana seventy-six cents ALL the land and real estai> situate in Jersey City, in the Count? of Hua- ; son and State of New Jersey, fronting on ! Central avenue, which is laid down and degig* j nated a* lots 15 to 17, In block number 710. upon an Assessment map annexed to a report number 102. made by the “Commissioners ot 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 25th day of November, 18^, said report and map and said sale being made pursuant to the provisions of an act of the j Legislature of New Jersey, passed March 30th. j 18S6. 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 cf such arrearages, and to enforce the payment thereof, and to provide for tha sale of lands subjected to future taxation and assessment.” And the several supplements thereto. And you are further notified that you 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 MX ntonthifrom and after the service hereof, a deed for the .□me will be e*ven conveying to The Mayor and Aldermen of Jersey City the said land ar.d real estate according to the pro visions of the said act. _ Dated Jersey City, N. J., November 27, 1901. THE MAYOR AND ALDERMEN OF JERSEY CltY- E. HOOS. (Coat \ Mayor. ^ Attest:- M. J. O’DONNELL Cltv Clerk. TO CHARLES G. CLARK. JULIA T. CLARK, you nr. hereby notified that at a public sa.e made by the City Collector of Jersey City on the 3d day of May, U9S. The Mayor and Aider men of Jersey City purchased for tue sum of two hundred and fifty-eight dollars and ninety four cents ALL the land and real estate situate In Jersey City, in the County of Hudson and State of New Jersey, fronting on Seventeen!,! street which is laid down and designated as lot 30. in block number 292. as shown upon L’ D Fowlers Official Assessment Map of Jersev City N. J.. 1S94, sakl sale being made pursuant to the provisions of an act of the Legislature of New Jersey, passed March 10th, 1936, entitled:— ■An Act concerning the settlement and col lection of arrearages of unpaid taxes, as sessments and water rates or water rents :n cities of this State, and imposing and levy Ira a tax, assessment and lien in lieu and instead of such arrearages, and to entire,; the payment thereof, and to provide for the Mle of ianus subjected to future taxation and assessment." And the several supplements thereto. And you are turtner notified that you appear m have an estate or interest in said land and reaf estau, and unless the said land and real estate shall be redeemed, as provided in said Rtita within one year from the date of sale and before the expiration of six months from after the service hereof, a deed for the same will be given conveying to The Mayor mid Aldermen of Jersey City, the fee simple of sa:d land and real estate according to the pro ' n^VieS/y ci?y.“N*'J-. January 2»th,lKA THE MAYOR and aldermen of JERSEY CITY' M. M. FAGAN. fSealA ,— M. J. 0-DONNE*rr' A“ City Clerk. TO THE CREDITORS OF T. C. BROWN A T° VAN ANGIaEN COMPANY. Take notice that by virtue of an order of the Court of Chancery of New Jersey, made on the 19th day of May. 1902. you are reqnirod to bring in and present to the subscriber, who is the receiver of the said r. C. Brown & Van Anglen Company. in wrlthif. your several claims and demands against the said corpora tion and make proof thereof upon oath or affirmation, to the satisfaction of the receiver, within two months from the date of this order, and in default thereof you will be excluded Sd barred from the benefit of such dividends as may thereafter be made and declared by •aid Court upon the proceeds of the effects of **0?abns^may°be presented at the office of the receiver. No. 1 Exchange place. Jersey City. New Jersey. CHARLES D. THOMPSON. .. Receiver. Dated May 19. 1902. CREDITORS OF STEPHEN T. VAN aRSDALE. deceased, are, by orer*r of the Sufrogat^ of Hudson County, dajjd March 3. 1902. .upon applmat on of the Sj£imbert tiotifted to bringm their dabtg, deihem% and claims against his* estate within nine months froia a1>ove dat*. SUSAK B. VAN ARSDALE. E*o*utrl* USE Electric Power and let someone else worry about GOAL. TO SARAH C. LEWIS. WILLIAM K. LEWIS, her husband; Ann Louisa Culver, Delos E. Culver her husband; Harriet R. Hobbs, widow; Emily V. Smith, William H. Smith, her husband; Catharine C. Mallory, Georg* S. Mallory, individually and as executors and trustees under the will of Franklin J. M*» lory, dec'd. Anna P. Mallory', wife of George S. Mallory, Catharine 3. Mallory, Eliaa Doubleday, William Doubleday. her husband. 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 eighty-four dollars and seventy cents ALL the land and rea! estate situate in Jersey City, In the County ol Hudson and State of New Jersey, fronting on Culver avenue, which Is laid down, and desig nated as lot 7, in block number 1,296. upon .in assessment map annexed to a report number 102, made by the "Commissioners of Adjust ment" appointed in and for sa^d city by the Circuit Court of the County of Hudson, a certified copy of which report and map was filed in the ofTlce of the City Collector of J»r s«y City, on the 25th day of November. 18W, said report and map and said sale being made pursuant to the provisions of an act of tlie Legislature of Naw 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 rents la Cities of this State, and Imposing and levy ing a tax, assessment and lien In lieu ana 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 notified that yon appear to have an estate or interest in said land and real estate, and unless the said land and real estate shall be redeemed, as provided in said acta, before the expiration of six months fr >m and after the service hereof, a deed for the sama will be given conveying to The Mayor and Aldermen of Jersey City, the fee simple of’•aid land and real estate according to the pro visions of the said acts. Dated Jersey City. N. J., February B. JJJ* THE MAYOR AND ALDERMEN OF JERSEY CITY. * M. M. FAGAN, Mayor. M. J. O'DONNELL, City Clerk. (Sale No. 7.666.) (Seal.) Attest:— XO MARCUS B. COUGHLIN. MARIANA A. Ogden, William O. Wheeler. Andrew H. Green, executor* under the will of wiiiiA® 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 sale made by the City Collector of .Jersey City, cn the 6tn day of October. 188«, The Mayor and Aldermen of Jersey City' purchased for the aura of three hundred ar.d sixty-five dollars aud fifty-one cents ALL. the land and real attuate In Jersey City, in the County of Hudson and State of New Jersey, fronting en Webster avenue, which is laid down ana designated as lot 30, In bloc t number 765, upon an assessment map annexed to a report num bt.r 102, made by the *‘Commissi oners of A« lustmeiU' appointed in and for said City by tbe Circuit Court of the County of Hudson, a certified copy of which report and map filed in the office of the City Collector *•. Jersey City, on the 25th day of November, 1805, «aid report and map and said sale being made pursuant to the provisions ot an act of tno Legislature of New Jersey, passed March 30. r\h Act**ejncerniiig tbe settlement and collec tion of arrearages of unpaid taxes, assess ments and water rases or water rents m cities of this State, and imposing and levy ing a tax, assessment and lien in lieu irj Instead of such arrearages, and to en.ofce the payment thereof, and to provide for the sale of lands subjected to future taxation and assessment." And *he several suDplements thereto. And yo 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 wi l he given conveying to The Mayor and Aldtrm.m of Jersey City, the fee simple of said 1. nd and real estate according to tbw PDl«d"L?«?CI»fdN,KJ.. Sept. 23, 1901. THE MAYOR AND ALDERMEN OF JERSEY ***** 11 HM°N5r M. J. O’DONNELL. ' City Clerk. (Sale No. 7968.) Attest: TO HENRY EGGER3 AND WUuUAM D. Edwards. surviving executors una«r the will of Michael Liennu, dec'dt Emma L Lienau, widow; Pauiine Lienau, widow; Lienau. Eleanor A. Lienau, his wife; tred eriek W. Lienau, Harriet Lienau, bis wife, Hans 2. Liensu. Margaretta P. Lienau, in fant Louise Lienau, widow; Rudolph C. M. LitSau. Alvina Lienau. his wife; Peter A- M. Oeaau. Sarah A. B. Lienau. infant; Mathilda Ram beam Adolph Rambeau. her Cecil© Bscot. LIU Bacot, Matbllde Schuluj. H. Octavius Schultze. her husband, and Ed ward W. Twigbt, Walter Twight infant. Michael Lienau, Anna Lienau, h!s wife, and Tou^Ve^hereby notified that at a public sale made by the City Collector of Jer«y ICity, on the 1st day of November. 139., The Mayor and Aldermen of Jersey City purchased for the sum of oue hundred uid forty-four dollars and nineteen eents alL the land and real estate situate in Jersey City, in the County of Ludson and State of New Jersey. fron..ng on Ogden avenue, which is laid down and designated as lots la. 16 and 17, in biota.num ber 7d4 upon an assessment map annexed to a report number 100 made by the •‘Commission ers of Adjustment’* appointed m and for said City by the Circuit Court of the County or Hudson, a certifeed copy of which /«£«*} •a® map was tiled in the office of the city Co.lector of Jersey City, on the 1st oay of July, 1W*. said report and map and said saie being mad* pursuant to the pro* «slons of an act of the Legislature of New Jersey, passed March »tb. 1386, entitled— “Ao Act concerning the settlement and collec tion of arrearages of unpaid taxes, assess ments and water rates or water rents in cities of this litate, 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 subjected to futur. dilation and assessment.*' And the several supplements tnereto. And you are furtner notified that you appear to have an estate or interest in said land and real estate, and unless the said land and r*al eatate shall be redeemed, as provided In said acts, before the expiration of six mon.hs from and tefter the aervice 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 ' i . November 15, HJJ. THE MAYOR and ALDERMEN OF JERSEY CITY. * E. HOD?. f£*al > Mayor, t&eai.j Attest;— M. J. O’DONNELL. City Clerk, (9a!« Nd. 75*U ;EW JERSEY p NAVIGATION COM Jfotice of special meeting of stock olderit Pursuant to a resolution adopted by a laiority of the Board of Directors of the lew Jersey Navigation Company, held n the ?7th day of May. 1902. declaring it dvlsable and most for the benefit of the ompany that It be forthwith dissolved, otlce is hereby flven that a special meet -t* of stockholders will be held at the e* titered office of the company. No. lu Ixehange place. Jercc-y City. N. J . on •hursdav. the 26th day of June. 1902. at p. M., to take action on the said re*o Dated Jersey City. New Jersey. 27, 902. A. I. HARRISON, Secretary. CERTIFICATE OF AMENDMENT OF** Company °f Th* Fedcral Tiling * Mantel The location of the principal office in thin state is at No. 15 Exchange place. In the city °LJers*y c,ty' County of Hudson. name of the agent therein and in ehargS thereof, upon whom process against this cor poration may be served, is The Corporation Trust Company of New Jersey. RESOLUTION OF DIRECTORS. The Board of Directors of the Federal Tiling & Mantel Company, a corporation of New Jer sey. on this 5th day of May, A. D. 1W3. do hereby resolve and declare that it is advisable that the common stock of this company bs reduced from one thousand (l.*0Q) shares of the par value of one hundred (100) dollars each to two hundred and fifty (250) shares of the par value of one hundred (140) dollars each, ant! do hereby call a meeting of the stockholders, to be held at the company’s office, in the city of Jersey City. N. J., on Monday, the 14th day of May, 1402. at 2 o’clock P. M., to take action upon the above hesolution. CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE. The Federal Tiling & Mantel Comp«ny# a corporation of New Jersey, doth hereby certify that it has reduced the common stock of the company from one thousand (1,004) shares of the par value of one hundred <100) dollars each to two hundred and fifty <258) shares of tM par value of one hundred (100) dollars, said reduction having been declared by resolution of the board of directors of said corporation (above recited) to be advisable, and having been duly and regularly assented to by the vote of two-thirds in interest of each class of stockholders having voting powers, at a meeting duly called by the board of di rectors for that purpose; and the written as sent of said Stockholders is hereto appended. In witness whereof, said corporation has caused this certificate to be signed by its president and secretary, and its corporate seal to be hereto affixed the nineteenth day of May. A. D. 1902. JNO. BENTLEY. (L. 3.) President. C. VINCENT SMITH. ' T.'« Secretary. State of New Jersey, County of Hudson, *#. Be it remembered, that on this nineteenth day of May, A. D. 1902, before me. the sub scriber, a Commissioner of Deeds, personally appeared C. Vincent Smith, secretary of the Federal Tiling and Mantel Company, the cor poration mentioned in and which executed the foregoing certificate, who. being by me duly sworn, on his oath says he is such secretary, and that the seal affixed to said certificate is the corporate • seal of said corporation, the same being well known to him; that John Bentley is president of said corporation, and signed said certificate and affixed said seal thereto, and delivered said certificate by au thority of the board of directors and with th® assent of at least two-thirds in interest of each class of the stockholders of said corpora tion having voting powers as and for hi® voluntary act and deed, and the voluntary act and deed of said corporation, in presence ot deponent, who thereupon subscribed his nam® thereto as witness. And he further says that the stssent hereto appended is signed by at least two-thirds in interest of each class of stockholders of said corporation having voting powers, either in person or by their several duly constituted attorneys in fact, thereunto duly authorised In writing. Commissioner of Deeds for New Jersey. STOCKHOLDERS’ ASSENT TO CHANGE. We. the subscribers, being at least two thirds in interest of each class of the stock holders of the Federal Tiling 4k Mantel Com pany having voting powers, having, at a meet ing regularly called for the purpose, voted in favor of reducing the common stock of said company from one thousand tl.001) shares of the par value of one hundred (190) dollars each, to two hundred and fifty (250) shares of on® hundred (100) dollars each, do now, pursuant to the statute, hereby give our written assent I to said change. . Witness our hands this nineteenth day of C. Vincent Smith, two hundred (200) shares. Chas. M. Gray, by Jno. Bentley, proxy, on* hundred and twenty-five (125) shares. James R. Seal, by Jno. Bentley, proxy, oM hundred and twenty-five (125) shares. _ Wray A. Bentley, by Jno. Bentley, proxy, nv# (5) shares. , _ _ nnrm A total of nine hundred and twenty-five (92S1 STATE OF NEW JERSEY—DEPARTMENT! (Seal.) C. VINCENT SMITH. HARRY W. MEEN, STATE OF NKW JERSEY-DKPARTMEM* BTA MKST OF STATE. certificate of dissolution. To all to whom thew presents may cob Whereas, It appears to ray satisfaction, by duly authenticated record of the proeecdtaira for the voluntary dissolution thereof by tha unanimous consent of all the stockholder dc rif fed in my office, that the John A- Eckert PmoknyTa corporation of this stata. wbosa nrlnotwf oitca l» aituited at No. *7 Forrest K“» the city of Jersey City. County e* SSfin Stats of New Jersey (James B. P. Hudson State or Nfw Jereey <J Ransom being agent thereln and in char*, 1 t‘i«»reoL upon whom yjrocesa may be aenr«€>» L, compiled with the i«julrenient> of "A3 concerning corporation* (Revision of lAHt, 'v pre 1 imlnary to' the hutting at thla cer tificate of dissolution. _ Now. therefore, I. Oeorre Wurts, Secretary . .1_\7.ar Tasen<- .1.0 harah* of* State of the State of New Jeraey, do hereby " . - . , _ *. . ■ — .a 1A AAen.ora fioit ran thA " In Pw m rrn., f Utr Rat vUg ecrtlfy that the aaid corporation did. on the «rst day Of March. 1901. file In my office a duly ^executed and attested content In writing to 1 The dissolution of Said corporation, executed by all the stockholder* thereof, which said 1 consent and the record of the proceeding! i aforesaid are now on file In my aaid office as 9 presided b>. j^.-jjp.one whereof. I have nereto sat my hand and affixed my official rq.,i 1 seal, at Trenton, this first day of March, A. B. on* thouaand nine hun dred and two. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAI ‘ the partnership heretofore existing be *wcen the undersigned, undew the Arm names of MoEntee & Hunts and Kunti ft Company, has been this day dissolved. Mr Joseph I-. McEntee retires from said co-partnership and the business heret* . r . i . J _ V.. .hen. Mill ho ncritinii fore”earr led on by them wM be continued by Mr. Joseph C. Hunt*. [)v oir ou»ei'« u. Mr. Hunts will liquidate all indebtedness of the co-part* r.etship. and under the dissolution agree* tnetu wil. receive and give acquittance tor all debts due to the partnership. Dated April 19. 59*13. JOSEPH Is, McENTE*. JOSEPH C. HUNTS.