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A LIQUOR CUP
“ Board of Excise ” Said tc Be Run in the Interest of Wholesalers and Politicians. “CERTAIN REQUIREMENTS.” Applicants for Licenses Must Be Persona Grata or Go to the Back Woods. The Board of Excise Commissioners is coming in for a grant deal of criticism these days because of several events in the recent history of that body. Saloon keepers and those who are contemplat ing entering the traffic at the beginning o ’fthe next excise year, on July 1. have in mind the recent disclosures regarding the methods that Thomas & ltedfield were compelled to adopt in order to get r license. When these men made application, they found it necessary to change their plans for the purchase of stock so that the Central Brewing Company would get their business. Excise Commissioner O'Brien was a stockholder in that brew wv There has been n deal of discussion on this point since. One man who lias been familiar with the business and with those who arc in it had some interest ing remarks to make this morning. He said:— “Looking at the situation from all points of view, one is forced to the be lief that the Excise Board is being run in the interest of a clique. Mon in the Liquor Dealers' Association are the fa vored ones. W hether this is right or not lias nothing to do with what I have to say. But it is a fact that unless appli cants for licenses see the ‘right people’ before they put in applications they will never open saloons while the Excise Board is in control. It is a fine state of affairs when a man’s chance of making a living depends on his agreeing to do ns a Commissioner dictates as to whom he shall do business with.” “Then you don’t think the Board is run along the lines of idealism promised by Mayor Fagan?” “Not by any means. It is. first of all, politics for the administration, and then it is personal friendship or personal profit ' amoug the members of the Board and their followers,.” “You think that a man who is not within the fold, so to speak, lias no chance to do business here?” “Not the least ehanee. There was a lot of talk about taking Hie saloons out of polities, but as a matter of fact the Board has not done this, but has added the greater handicap of personal friend ship and the necessity of doing business with concerns which are represented on the Board.” "Do you thmk it is true that a license will not ^c granted to a man who wishes to do business close to somebody in the favored class?” “There is no doubt that anyone who b not a friend of one of the Commission ers or one of the Commissioners’ friends will have to go to the back woods to open a saloon. He will never open a place that looks profitable unless lie sees the right people. Take the case of that man, Flaherty, who asked for a license at Kailroad avenue and Barrow street some time ago. He was refused because the place is only a block away from Com missioner O’Brien's place at the corner of Newark avenue and Barrow street. There was no Other objection, yet his application was held up for some weeks. There have actually been eases where men who contemplated opening saloons were told beforehand that they would be wasting time applying for licenses unless they conformed to certain requirements. These requirements are understood to mean promises to use certain goods or else in some other way to benefit mem bers of the clique that I have already referred to.” -» TO PARADE LABOR DAY. Plumbers. Gag anil Steamfitters Mee n District Council. The District Council of Plumbers, Cl as and Steam Fitters was held at Council Hall. Jersey City Heights, last night, and reports from every section of the county of a most encouraging character were secured. Trade everywhere wan re- j ported good and no grievances were pye- i sented. There was seine discussion reia-! , tive to the matter of delegates to the New Yolk and New Jersey District Council, but no definite action was taken. No report was received from the Steam Fitctrs representative in reference to the ! pending troubl in Public Schools Nos. 2 j and 2ft. Jrsey City. It was announced that Local Unions Nos. 84 and 108 of tile craft had decided to participate in the parade to be held in connection with the Labor Day demonstration at the Union Hill Schuetzen Park. -- PAINTERS’ ELECTION. Painters’ Local Union No. 109 met last light at Council nail, Jersey City Heights, and elected two new members. The election of officers will beheld at the nest meeting. Trade conditions were re ported good everywhere. [ I LIAR BITES OUTING. —- I Th annual picnic of the .T. J. Hilliard ] Association, a social organization of! young men in the Hudson City section, j was bald at Baldwin's Park last night I and attracted a large attendance. I Strenuous President of the S. P. C. A. Pursues and Captures a Cruel Driver. President George McCarthy, of the Hudson County District, S. 1’. C. A., while sitting in his office at Warren and Grand streets, yesterday afternoon, saw a driver of an express wagon brutally beat a horse witii the butt end of n whip. He ran out and called to the fellow to stop, but lie only whipped the horse har der, and drove at a gallop down Grand street. McCarthy jumped on a passing trolley car and captured the man at the j ferry. The driver refused to get out of the wagon and dared McCarthy to pull him from his perch. He clung fast to his seat and resisted the S. P. C. A. Presi dent when lie used strenuous measures. A big crowd collected and Policeman Nugent went to McCarthy’s rescue. The driver surrendered ungraciously and was tieated to a swift ride in the First pre cinct patrol wagon. He described himself as James E. Stead of Bayonne, a driver for James O’Brien, an expressman of No. 87 Ever green street. Bayonne, and No. 80 Corc landt street. New York. He was arraigned before Justice of the reace John P. McCormick and asked what lie had to say in answer to Presi dent McCarthy’s eliarge against him of cruelty. “I’m willing to pay a fine of $5." lie replied. “We’ll make it $10,” said the Court. “Very well, that will do nicely,” Stead remarked. He asked Mr. McCarthy to get a mov ? an and telephone Mr. O’Brien to rush along the amount of his fine so lie wouldn’t he obliged to stay long in iaii. FOURTH’S NEW COMPANY Regiment Gets an Addition of Eighty Men From North Hudson. * The new company of the Fourth Regi nent, which has been formed in North Hudson, was fomraily mustered in last tight by Col. Boltwood, at the new Turn Hall, Union Hill. Seventy-one of te eighty recruits re sponded to their names when the roll .va s called. Officers -vt ill be chosen next week. Sec md Lieutenant E. YV. Estes, of Company tv. is a candidate for the office of ckap aiu, and will without doubt be elected, is lie has no opposition. Four candidates are anxious to se cure the office of first lieutenant. They ire Edward Knack, Otto Griesbgeh, Ed vard Sorg and Frederick Birek. Scrg uid Knack are said to be the leaders n the race and one is likely to be tihosen. Francis Tonn lias no opposi tion for the ofilee of second lieutenant :ind Paul Blocker none for sergeant. * ue company will practice rifle shoot ing at Sea Girt on Aug. 18. At the close of the muster a collation was enjoyed. _A MURPHY ON FIREWORKS. No Special Orders Issued Yet, j But All Vendors Must Have Permits. Chief Benjamin Murpliy was asked yesterday what the police would do in reference to the enforcement of the Jaw relative to the sale of fireworks. ■‘As yet no steps have been taken.-’ said be, “but during the week men will be appointed to look up all persons sell ing fireworks and see that they have per mits, and also thnt all requirements of the law are lived up to. The small dea lers, who are more liable to be careless, will receive special attention. DEW DROPPERS RIDE. Club Will Give Annual Excursion This Evening. The Dew Drop Inn Club will givc its annual trolley ride this eveniug. hi., ears that will carry about .'100 members and friends, will leave from the corner of Newark avenue and Bay street at 8;.’50 o’clock. Mount Pleasant Park. Carl stadt, will be the destination of the ont injrers. Here dancing and bowling will be indulged in and a supper served. A band of innate will play popular airs on the trip to Carlstadt and will furnish dance music at the park. Each trolley will be brilliantly illuminated and also decorated with flags aud hunting. The j president of the club is Thomas Feeney, | and treasurer Joseph Feeley. .John | Meeres, of the Water Register's office, is chairman of the arrangement committee, i Thomas F. Meeres will officiate as floor J manager at the park dancing pnviliiou. SUMMERNiHGTS FESTIVAL. James Harksen Association Meets at Grand V ew Park. The James Harksen Association held its annual summernight’s festival at Grand View Park last evening, and it j proved a most enjoyable affair. The affair was attended by many young peo ple. who enjoyed a most delightful even- j ing of dancing. It was arranged by a committee, consisting of Messrs. Edward Beckman, Kncks, William Kranton, Ed ward Beecher and John Woltuiann. Tlte floor manager was George Woltinann. He was assisted by William Westing. The otfleers of the association are; Ed ward Walsh, president; Albert Voss, vice-president; II. Kncks, treasurer; Emil Kettsckc. financial secretary; Will iam Branten, recording secretary; Ed ward Beckman, sergeant-at-arms; Lewis Geiger, assistant sergeant-af-anus. .... ■Ml ■ I...... ' .. A /f This signalers Is o» sssty bo* of th* genolns Jv * Laxative Bromo-Quiniae Tablet* V9 //X^VtXtto remedy that MfM • «*l Umd* KING EDWARD AND QUEEN ALEXANDRA. Probablv no two persons the world has ever known have been so frequently “pictured" as King Edward and Queen Alexandra, over whose impending coronation all England, and in deed almost the whole world, is just now agog. The accompanying illustrations are from their latest photographs. TEUTONIA’S GATHERING Third Annual Picnic of the Well Known Organization, in Schuetzen Park. The Teutonia Schuetzen Club of Hud son County held their third annual picnic in Greenville Schuetzen Park on Mon day afternoon and evening. The mem bers held a parade through the city and inarched in a body to Greenville. Games, dancing, shooting and bowling were the features of both the afternoon and evening. Every child received some kind of a prize and a quantity of candy was distributed among them. There were prizes awarded for the siiooting, bowling and other games. Louise Haas won the medal for target siiooting, and was crowned as king of the Schuetzen for this year. He also re ceived a reward of ten dollars. The med als awarded for the target shoot were won as follows:—First prize, D. Xeebe; second prize, H. Koerle; third prize, 11. Albers. The winners of the prize tage wete Vogel, first prize; Hartmann, second; Albers, third; Xeebe, third; Koerle, fourth. Those who won prizes in the contest of the honor target in consecutive order were: L. Haas, first and king for this year; C. Bulger, H. Koerle, I). Xeebe, ,J. Berry, B. Hornung, E. Lamser, B. Yoi lut„ 11. Albers and James Haas. The different committees were:—Ar rangement committee, Captain Carl Jarczyek. Chairman; Captain Jacob Benz, Captain Carl Mehletaler, Captain John Buttlemau and Eng. Captain An drew Lemser. Floor manager, Eng. Captain Andrew Lemser and assistants, Jacob Ernst and Michael Engelhard. Bowling committee. Captain John Buttle man. chairman; Carl Balzer, Mathais Lcutebncher and John Eiles. Gate com mittee. lleimnn Hoerle, chairman; Ru dolph Balzer, Henry Cohn and .G. Ernst. Reception Committee, Jacob Benz, Carl Mehtelhaler and John Hergueth. Shooting committee. Bundes Schuetzen matser, Daniel Xeebe. B. Hornung and John Pose, secretary. General commit tee, lieutenants, Jac^b Schraldler, Ph. Franz, John Feich, Augustus Girst, John Fukller and Peter Xureuch. Entertain ment committee. John Dust, Gerhard Schaefer. Joseph Haas. Peter Munch. Prize committee, Louis Haas, B. Hor nung. John Pose, Henry Heppler, Chas. Armbuster. TIGERS TO PICNIC. Notable Gathering Expected on the Fourth of July Eve. According to present indications, the big sununernight’s festival of the Tiger Club, at Grand View Park, on Thursday evening. July 3. will be the most suc cessful social function ever held under the auspices of the popular club. Invita tions have been extended and accept ances received from most all the promi nent officials in the various municipali ties throughout the county. The mem bership, embracing ns it does young men from various sections of the county, all of whom have at least a few friends who will no doubt attend, and last but not least there is the fair sex. among whom the club has hosts of partisans because o fthe special efforts made to please them at al Ithe former affairs. So, then, everything points to one of the largest and m^st brilliant gatherings of the season on the eve of the Fourth. But, as has been customary, the club is not satisfied to rest on the lanrels gained in former seasons, for its motto is, “Always something new.” so this af fair will serve to introduce one or two of those pleasant little things in the general arrangements, which, though unexpected, never fail to please those who attend. The badges to he worn by the officials will be out of the ordinary, as usual, yet particularly'appropriate to the occa sion, and it is safe to predict that they will he in great demand as souvenirs of the evening. The other little pleasantries which are mider contemplation, but the details of which are not yet complete enough to announce, will make the even ing one long to be remembered. YESTERDAY’S INCORPORATIONS Yesterday's incorporations at the Coun ty Clerk's office Were;— Consolidated Industries Co., to do a general contracting building business. Capital stock. $125,000. Incoroporntorx, William linker, .Jersey City; Henry B. Cayley and Stephen 31. Yen man. New York. Office, No. 137 South street, .Jer sey City. Occidental Construction Co., general contractors. Capita lstoek. $120,000. In corporators, Ebeu It. Thotnas, Samuel It. Callaway. Sntnuei Spencer. Julius E. French and I .finis Warfield, New York; Oriin I). Bleckley, Ceorge 0. Jlillcr and Charles 31i Heir, Franklin, Fa., and Leon or F. JyOree. Baltimore. Md. Itegis twvii office, No. 15 Exchange place. a* r FOB A STATE BODY Brotherhood of Painters and Decorators to Enter Their Organization Through out Jersey. Arrangements for the organization of a State body of the Brotherhood of Painters and Decorators of America were made yesterday at a conference of representatives of the District Councils of Hudson and Essex Counties, held at Council Hall, Hoboken avenue, last night. The success of the scheme is as sured. It was announced that the Union and \ Monmouth County Central bodies had j signified their intention of joining in the j movement, and there is no doubt that j when the first meeting is held at least a 1 dozen counties of #ie state will he repre- j seated. This meeting will be called at Eisner’s t Hall, No. 94 Market street, Newark, on ; Sunday afternoon, July 27. The growth of the organization of the j Brotherhood of Painters in New Jersey has been remarkable recently, and prac- | tically necessitates the formation of a ■ State body to handle the immense volume of business not of a local or national character constantly arising. The importance of the new organiza tion to the union painters of this county j cannot be overestimated. It assures an j affiliation between different sections of; the State that will do much to prevent outside competition, and, with their other alliances, both local and national, local ! members of the painting craft will here- i after have much more support in the*; event of labor troubles arising. OLD LANDMARK REMOVED — Ex-Under Sheriff JohnWright’s Real Estate Office Now Rests on a New Site. \ -An old nnd once famous landmark of the courthouse section has been again removed and now rests in a temporary foundation near tiie corner of Courthouse place and Oakland avenue. It is the one story building for many years occu pied as a real estate otBce by ex-Uuder Sheriff John Wright. Built almost a half century ago, the little old structure stood for many years at the northeast corner of Newark and Oakland avenues, directly facing the courthouse. The late ex-Freeholder John H. Platt, one of the best known men of his day in this section, occupied it for years as atioflice. Next door on the east was the famous County House, one of. if not the finest, hotels of that time in tiie county. The march of improvement drove the little strucutre to the tear, and at the corner of Oakland avenue and Court house place it 1ms stood since. Non' it lias taken a step still further backwards, to make room for a flatkouse being erected by i.awyer eGorge Beach. The little old shanty was a Democratic political headquarters in its day, and many political schemes of a half a cen tury ago were hatched within its four walls. THREE BRIDGES BUILDING. Work, Suspended By a Strike, Re sumed on the Central's Road. Work litis ben resumil again by the Central Railroad of New Jersey in the construction of three bridges in Green ville, which have been untouched since the recent strike of the men. About four months ago the men there employed were not all union men. and it caused considerable trouble, which ended in a general strike of the work men. The work remained untouched un til last Wednesday when the construc tion of both bridges was again resumed. ! Contractor grinder, of Pniladelphia, hus the building oi the structures und John I Crossley (the foremani has quite a large force of all union men under him. The bridges are to be built of iron. | One across the span of Avenue C and the other over a orancu of the Lehigh Valley Railroad, farther toward the bay. The work is fairly under way and will be finished in the course of a month, if everything runs along smoothly. The men at work this morning were per* j fectly satisfied wiut their work, because ! I he Central Railroad Company have ! eouie to an agreement with them. ; Neither Contractor Grinder or the C. R. R. of X. J. expect to have any further trouble. CARR ASSOCIATION DANCE. ; Pohlmaun’s Pavilion was eonlfortably. crowded last night with members and guests of the William J. Parr Associa tion, who enjoyed a merry dance. The grand inarch was led by the standard bearer with .Miss ifay Martha. George j Keating was ilo4j\manager, assisted by, f T O'Urieu. 1 V • • • • AT ASBURY PARK Sunday Breaks, Record for June Crowds On Ocean Front. MUSIC AND LIGHT Beach and Installed Satur day and Lights to Be Placed By Wednesday. [Special to “The Jersey City News.*’] ASBURY PARK, June 24.—Sunday was a red letter day at the “Twin Sis ters by the Sea” and the crowd along the promenade was larger than on any pre vious .1 mil1 day in the history of the re sorts. It looked more like an August crowd, and the pretty summer gowns, as well as the ultra fashionable decollete ball dresses of the midsummer season were in evidence. Already the women have discarded hats on the promenade, but the men are caused no little con cern over their panamas, which must be the “real thing” as the effect of the salt air is disastrous to the linoleum brand. Sunday mails opened Sunday for the first time this season. The mail wagon had to meet hte train at Interlaken and came to the post office well filled. Patronage at the stamp window during the noon hour showed the service was appreciated, and the carrier who deliv ered mail to the hotels from a pony cart was hailed with delight. The Sunday mail closes at !5.30 P. M. MUSIC OX THE BEACH. Music commenced at the Ross Pa vilion Saturday and will be continued daily except Sunday until late in Sep tember. There will, however, be concerts daily, including Sunday, at the Asbury and Fifth avenue pavilions, which are out of the jurisdiction of Ocean Grove. The Asbury Park Baud, under the lead ership of Horace R. Anders, hails from Philadelphia, and came down in a drenching rain Saturday to render its first concert. The first concert was well received, and the eight numbers on the programme encored to exactly sixteen. Mayor Bradley’s mandate, “Let there be light,” has gone forth, and by tomor row evening it is expected the few and scattered electric lights, which only served to emphasize the darkness along the promenade, will blaze into a fairy land of electric light, much to the dis may of lovers, who will now be compelled to take to the fishing piers. Now that the baby parade is assured and everybody is enthusiastically work ing to further its success, it looks as though Asbury Park was to lose the Fourth of July. There is little interest and less funds for fireworks along the beach. Mr. Harold B. Ayres is striv ing his best to stir up enthusiasm, but the merchants fail to co-operate. A spe cial meeting to consider the matter and estimate costs of celebration will be held in the office of T. Frank Appleby to STATE DENTISTS TO MEET. Arrangements are practically complet ed for the annual session of the New Jersey State Dental Society, which will he held in the beach auditorium July 1G, 17 and 18. Many important papers will be read by members of the society, and a feature ef the convention will be the ciinir-s. conducted by well known dentists illustrating practical dental work. A handsome and an unusually elabot ate programme, dealing with what the society hopes to accomplish at the forth coming session, has been issued as a re sult of the energetic efforts of Dr. Charles A. Meeker of Newark, the sec retary of the society. The first day of the convention will be occupied largely by the transaction of routine business and the delivery of the annual address by President William L. Fish. In the afternoon the members oi the society will visit the various places of interest about the city, and will come together again in the evening for the reading and consideration of various pa pers on technical subjects connected with his profession. Among the papers are the following:— “Electric Ozination in flic Treatment of Neuralgia,” J. I.enox Curtis, M. D., New York City: “Ethnographic Odonto graphy," Alton Howard Thompson, D. D. S., Topeka. Kan.: “Should Children’s Teeth Be Filled with Gold?" R. Ottolen gui, M. I). S., New York City; report of examining board, J. Allen Osmun, M. I). S.. secretary; “A New Hemostatic.” by Jokichi Takamine, M. D., Tokio, Japan: and “Technique in Oral Surgical Opera tions,” by Henry C. Boenning, M. D., Philadelphia. Among the recent arrivals from Jer sey City ave H. H. Horsman and E. Ilappleye. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Negus and Mrs. Wolters, at the Minot House: Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton and Miss Ham ilton, of Clifford avenue: Mrs. John An ness and Miss Bertha Anness. ENJOYABLE TROLLEY RIDE. Lyons Association Takes An Outing to the Tort Lee Woods. A most enjoyable trolley outing to the Fort Lee Woods was given under the | auspices of the Andrew J. Lyons Asso ciation on Sunday last. The party left Oakland and Hopkins avenues shortly | afti-r noon and returned late in the even- ; iiig. The trip both ways wur pleasant j afti all enjoyed the feasting and wander ing in the woods. Another similar affair but on a larger scale, is being arranged j by the association for August. Some in the party were:—Mr. and i Mrs. Andrew J. Lyons. Mr. and Mrs Oscar Cutler, Mr. and Mrs. James A. Ivirwen. Mr. and Mrs. James Mudhank, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lyons. Miss NeIU< Sullivan, of New York; Mr. Oscar An* dersou, Miss Nellie Dongherty, Mr. Rich ard Crowley. Mr. Patrick Crow and Mr. Jainea ToUjr. , LEG A if NOTICES. SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE—IN CHANCERY I o! New J ?rsey. Between Elizabeth Maiily et als., complain- j ants, and James McDonald ©t als., defendants. j On Bill for Partition. Hudspeth Sir Puster, Solicitors. By virtue of a decree of tire Court* of Chan- j eery of New Jersey, made in the above stated cause on the twentieth day of May, A. D. 19'>2, directing a sale of nil and singular the premises i mentioned ancl described in said decree, I, Frjfcmk P, McDermott. Special Master in Chan cery of New Jersey, will sell, at ; bile vendue to the highest bider, on WEDNESDAY, the ninth day of July, nine teen hundred and two, at two o'clock In the afternoon of said day, upon the premises hereinafter described (known j by the street number 56 Grand street, Jersey City, N. J.), all the following described lands and premises, being the same described In said decree for sale, to wit:— All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land and premises, situate, lying ar.d being in Jer sey City, in the County of Hudson and State of New Jersey, and known and designated as part of lot 22, in Block C, on map entitled “Mangin s Map of Jersey City,” and more pat ticularly bounded and described as follows, , that is to say:— Beginning In the northerly line of Grand j street twenty-five feet easterly from Greene j street; thence northerly at right angles to Grand street sixty feet to Stoveken’s line; thence easterly parallel with Grand street twenty-five feet to line of Stoveken's lands; thence along the same southerly sixty feet to Grand street; thence westerly along the same twenty-five feet to the point or place of beginning. Being the same premises conveyed to the said James McDonald during his lifetime by deed dated December 1st, 18»2, in Liber 378. page 695, &c., together with all and singular the houses, buildings, trees, ways, water, profits, j privileges and advantages to the same belong ing or in any wise appertaining, together with j all and singular the hereditament# and ap- [ purtenances to the said premises belonging, or ; in any wise appertaining, and together with ! the Initiate right of curtesy of the complainant, Edward Maiily, and the inchoate right of dower of the defendant. Mary McDonald. Dated June 4. 1902. FRANK P. McDERMOTT. Special Master in Chancery of New Jersey, 15-21 Exchange piace^ Jersey City, N. J. _ STATE OF NEW JERSEY—DEPARTMENT OF STATE. CERTIFICATE OF DISSOLUTION. To all to whom these presents may come, j Greeting: VY 11C1 tJdS, At. ‘“J OUIW.BVUUW, “J f duly authenticated record of the proceedings for the voluntary dissolution thereof by the unanimous consent of all the stockholders de posited in my office, that the Patent Water and Gas Pipe Company, a .corporation of this State, whose principal office is situated at No. 362 Henderson street, in the city of Jersey J City, County of Hudson, State of New Jersey (Clarence Stephens being agent therein ar.d in i charge thereof, upon whom process may be i served), has complied with the requirements | of “An Act concerning corporations (Revis'&n i of 1896),“ preliminary to the issuing of this j certificate of dissolution. Now', therefore, I, S. D. Dickinson, Secretary j of State of the State of New Jersey, do hereby ! certify that the said corporation did on the third day of May. 1902, file in my office a duly executed and attested consent in writing 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 affixed my official (Seal.) seal, at Trenton, this third day of May. A. D. one thousand nine hun dred and two. S. D. DICKINSON, Secretary of State. IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY. , To Michael Baumeister and Annie Baumeis ter. his wife. By virtue of an order of the Court of Chan cery of New Jersey, made on the day of the date hereof, in a cause wherein Dorothea Ber mes is complainant and you and others are defendants, you are required to appear, plead, answer or demur to the bill of said complain ant, on or before the fourteenth day of July next, or that in default whereof such decree be made against you as the Chancellor shall think eouitable and just. The said bill is filed to foreclose a mortgage given by Charles Weiss and -wife to complain ant, bearing date December 1, 1897, on lands in the Town of Union, Hudson County, New Jersey. And you Michael Baumeister are made de fendant because you are the owner of the land. And you Annie Baumeister are made de fendant because you have an inchoate right of dower in the same, which rights of said de fendants are alleged to be subsequent to the lien of complainants mortgage. . WARNE SMYTH, Solicitor of Complainant, Weehawken, P. O., N J. Dated May 12. 1902. _ IN CHANCERY OF NEW JER3EY. To Edward Mazurkewiz. By virtue o£ an order of the Court of Chancery of New Jersey, made on the day of the date hereof, wherein Johanna Mazurkewiz is petitioner and you are de fendant. you are required to appear and answer the petitioner’s petition on or be fore the eighth day of August next, or in default such decree will he taken j against you as the Chancellor shall think i equitable and just. The said petition is filed against you for a divorce from the bond of matrimony". Dated June 7th, 1902. HENRY EWALD, Solicitor, IS Exchange place, Jersey City, New Jersey, U. S. A. IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY. To Thomas Stout. By virtue of an order of the Court of Chancery of New Jersey, made on the day of the date hereof, in a caune where in Agnes Stout is petitioner and you are defendant, you are required to appear and answer to the petitioner’s petition on or beiore the twenty-first -day of May next, or that in default thereof such decree ' will be made against you as the Chan- ; cellor shall think equitable and just. The »aid petition is filed against you for a divorce from the bond of matrimony. Dated March 20. 1902. J. HERBERT POTTS, Solicitor of Petitioner, No 15 Exchange place. Jersey City. N. J. IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY. To Katherlna May. By virtue of an order of the Court of Chan cery of New Jersey, made on the day of the date hereof, in a cause wherein William May Is petitioner and you are defendant, you are required to appear and answer to the petition er’s petition on or before the seventh day of July next, or that in default thereof such de cree wilt he made against you as the Chan cellor shall think equitable and Just. The said petition is filed against you fog a divorce from the bond of matrimony. J. HERBERT POTTS, Solicitor of Petitioner, 15 Exchange place, Jersey City, New Jersey. U. S. A. ____ NOTICE TO-ABSENT DEFENDANT— in Chancery of New Jersey. To Charles N. Shaw. By virtue of an order of the Court of Chancery of New Jersey, made on the twenty-fourth day of March, nineteen hundred and two. in a cause wherein Eleanor P. Shaw is petitioner and you are defendant, you are required to ap pear and answer the petitioner’s petition ; on or before the twenty-fourth day of : May next, or in default thereof such dt- : cree wi’d be taken aga’nst you a» the Chancellor shall think equitable and jusi; , the said petition is filed against you for 1 a divorce from the bond of matrimony. Dated March 25. 1902. WILLIAM F. MIDLIGE. Solicitor of Petitioner. 35 Exchange place. Jersey City. V. T PROPOSALS FOR BONDS. HUDSON OOUNTVT NEW JERSEY. four PER cent, gold bonds. By virtue of resolutions of the Board of Cliosen Freeholders of the County of Hudson, State of New Jersey, passed at n meeting held Thursday, June 19. 1902. sealed bills and proposals will be re ceived and opened at si meeting of said Board to be held in the Court House. Jersey City. ' MONDAY. JULY 7. 1902. at 5 o’clock P. M.. for the sale of $(’,5,000,00 Paterson ; Plonk Road Improvement Bonds, in ac- ! cordauee with an Act of the Legislature 1 of the State of New Jersey, entitled “An Act to amend an Act concerning County , Roads." approved March 20. 1900, whies amendatory Act was approved March 20, 1 1902. Said bonds to be registered bonds of the Count' of Hudson, of the par value of one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) each. ! to run for a period of ten years, to bear date July 7, 1902. with interest at four per cent, per annum, payable semi-an nually. and to he sold for not less than par and accrued interest. Each proposal or bid must be en closed in a sealed envelope, endorsed “Proposals for Bonds.” and to be accom panied hr a certified cheek, enclosed therein, di-awn to the order of Stephen M Egan. County Collector, ou some Na- I I tonal Bank or Trust Company, or cash in the sum of three thousand dollars. j The Board reserves tlte right to reject : any or all bids if it he deemed for the ' beat iuterests^of^the cmmty so to do. USE * Electric Power and let someone else worry about IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY. To Thomas Booth, Trustee: i nomas Booth, Mary Dillon, Joseph Dillon. Thomas Bevere, Charles H. Male and Louisa -Male. By virtue of an order of the Court of Chancery of New Jersey, made on /he day of the date hereof, in a cause where in Charles Larke, Trustee for the Stan dard Bank of Canada, is complainant, and you and others are defendants, you are required to appear, plead, answer or de mur to the bill of said complainant, on or before the thirtieth day of June next, or the said bill will be taken as confessed against you. The said bill Is filed to settle the title of Charles Larke, Trustee for the Stan dard Bank of Canada, in and to all that certain lot, tract or parcel of land situ ate, lying and being in the City of Jersey City, in the County of Hudson and Sta-a of New Jersey, being known and de scribed on a map of property belonging to Abijah Mann, Junior, made by Joseph F. Bridges, July 29th, 1847, and filed in the Clerk’s (now Register's) office of the County of Hudson, as lot 210, on Grand street, as said iot is laid down and de scribed on the said map, whereof the said Charles Larke, Trustee for the Standard Bank of Canada, claims to be the owner; And you, Thomas Booth, Trustee, are made defendant because on the 17th day of September. 1863, a deed of conveyance was executed by Michael Boyd conveying the lands hereinabove described to you in trust; which deed Is recorded in the Hudson County Register’s office, in liber 102 of Deeds, on pages 369, &c., by reason of which deed you may claim some title to, or interest in. said lands. And you. Thomas Booth, individually, are made defendant because you are the husband of Margaret Booth, and as such may claim some title, or Interest id, the lands hereinabove described. And you, Mary Dillon, are made de fendant because you are the sister of Michael Boyd, deceased, and as such may claim some title to, or interest in, the said lands; and you, Joseph Dillon, are made a defendant because you are the husband of Mary Dillon, and as suen may claim some title to, or interest in, said lands. And you, Thomas Bevere, are made de fendant because you are the widower of Margaret Bevere, who was one of the children of Michael Boyd, deceased; by reason of which you may claim some title to. or interest in, said lands. And you, Charles H. Male, are made de fendant because you may claim some tli*e to, or Interest ir„ said lands under a deed executed by you to the complainant here in on the 4th day of May. 1901, which deed is recorded in the Register’s office of Hudson County; in liber 780 of Deeds, on pages 592. &c.; and you, Louise Male are made defendant because you are the wire of Charles H. Male, and as suen may claim some title to, or interest in, said iands. And if you. or any of you, claim any ti tle to. or interest in, or encumbrance upon, said lands, you are required to an swer said bill, but not otherwise. Dated Anrii 29th, 1902. CROUSE & PERKINS, Solicitors for Complainant. Nc. 15 Exchange Place, Jersey City, N. J. TO JANE JIcGORKT, ISABELLA Story, William Kyle, Nancy Brown, Ed ward Brown, John Lewis, the said name John being fictitious, the first name of said Lewis being unknown to appellant. By virtue of au order of the Orphans Court of the County of Hudson, made on the day of the date hereof, in matter of the estate of Nancy Moore, deceased, on petition of Helen Kyle and others, you are required to appear and plead, answer or demur to the said petition on or before the second day of May, 1902, or the mat ters in said petition alleged will be taken as confessed against you. ... The said petition is flied to set aside the wiil of said Nancy Moore, and you William Kyle. Nancy Moore, Edward Brown and John Lewis are made defen dants because you are heirs-at-law of said Nancy Moore, and you Jane McGorky and Isabella Story because you are lega tees tinder said will. Dated April 1- 1902. HUDSPETH & PU3TER. Proctors for Petitioners. *59 "Washington street. Jersey City. KTCTE OF NEW JERSEY-DEPARTMENT b MENT OF STATE. CERTIFICATE OF DISSOLUTION. To all to whom these presents may corns, Whe-eas,' It appears to my satisfaction, hy Sulv authenticated record of the proceeiingj for the voluntary dissolution thereof by the unanimous consent of all the stockholders le LtosILed in my office, that the John A. Eckert c- fYimoany. a corporation of this State, who** orinclpal office is situated at No. 587 Forrest itreet ia the city .or Jersey City County of Hudson, State of New Jersey (James B >. Ransom being agent therein and in charge thereof upon whom process may t>» served), nis complied with the requirements of ".la \7t concerning corporations (Revision of 189C),*’ preliminary to tile Issuing of this oer rifluate of dissolution. Now therefor*. I. George Wurts. Seer iary State of the State of New Jersey, do hereby rertlf? that the said corporation did. on th“ arst day of March. 1902. file in my office a du:y ^ceouted and attested consent In writing to ,he dissolution of said corporation, executed hv ail the stockholders thereof, which said -onsent and the record of the proceedings aforesaid are now on flle in my said office as [iro\ .ded b>^ testimony whereof, I have nereto set my hand and affixed my official fC-ai ) seal, at Trenton, this Brat day of 1 March. A. D. one thousand nine hun dred and two. ro ALEXANDER S. LECKIE ELIZABETH Leckie his wife; John Leek.e, Maryjret Leckie his wife; William F. Leckie. Mrs. William F. Leckie. his wife; James IL laeckle Margaret Leckie, his wife; John A. Leckie! Susan C. Leckie. his wife; Jamas S. Leckie, Catharine Fotherlngham, Davli Fotherinkham. James Godfrey, Agnes Leckie. Robert Taylor and Thomas L- Taylor. Rv virtu* of an order of the Court of Chan cy of New Jersey, made on the day of the iate hireoi. in a cause wherein Isabella L "opeiani Mid Arthur C. Copeland are com plainants sr.d you and others are defenuaat*. ,-ou arc required \p appear, plead, demur vt master to the complainants’ bin on or befv-a he^twent'* ejrhth day of April next, or ‘he ii*ld hi'i will bo taken as confessed aga nct 'rh* sa'd MU 1* flieJ tor the partition of •ertafn la^ds and premises ia Jersey City, m he Conn tv of Hudson and State of New Jer •ev of which Jane J. Fisher died suited, and mu’ Alexander S. Leckie. John Leckie, William j* Leckie. Janies R. Leckie, John A. Leckie. lames 6. Leckie, Cathatine Fotheringham, Vgues Leckie, Robert Taylor and Thomas L. faylor are made defendants hecause you at* enants in common therein; and you Sllsabe.h „eokie, Magyar*t Leckie. wife of John Leckie; drs- William F. Lccfcle. Margaret Leckie. vlfe of James R. Lecklqp and Susan C. Leck'e tra made defendants because you are wives of | enants in common of sa^d premises and oy i'-tue thereof claim some Interest therein; and ! ou David Fotherlngham and Jaiae* Godfrey | re made defendant.* because v>u arc hushitml* . it ten-.nta In common therein r»nd by viriuo j hereof oialci some Inter oat in said premises, j Dated ?ebr.*«*y Ittb. IW2. JAMES A. GORDON, So.ioJW or Ci:npl.in»n;«. m N.W.rk *V*BU*. Jtroty City. N. J. I TO SARAH C. LEWIS. WILLIAM K. LEWI* her husband; Ann Louisa culver, Delos E« Culver her husband; Harriet R. Hobbg, widow; Emily V. Smith, William H. Sm*tfc„ her husband; Catharinie C. Mallory, Georg* S. Mallory, individually and as executors and trustees under the will of Franklin J. Mai lory, dec'd. Anna P. Mallory, wife of George S. Mallory, Catharine S. Mallory. Elizg Doubleday, William Doubleday, her husband. You are hereby notified that at a public sale ' made by the City Collector of Jersey City, on j the 1st day of November, 1897, The Mayor and ; Aldermen of Jersey City purchased for the i sum of one hundred and eighty-four dollar* ! and seventy cents ALL the land and real I estate situate in Jersey City, in the County of i Hudson and State of New Jersey, fronting on I Culver avenue, which is laid down and deslg j nated as lot 7. in block number 1,294. upon »a assessment map annexed to a report numb?* I 102, made by the “Commissioners of Adjust j meat'* appointed In and for said city by the Circuit Court of the Cbunty of Hudson, x i certified copy of which report and map wax flie:l in the office of the City Collector of Ji*r s»y City, on the 25th daty of November, 189* said report and map and said sale being made pursuant to the provisions of an act of thx Legislature of New Jersey, passed March 1R86. entitled:— “An Act concerning the settlement and col lection of arrearages erf unpaid taxes, as sessments and water rates or water rents ill 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 thx sale of lands subjected to future taxation 1 and assessment.” j And the several supplements thereto. And you are further notified that you appear 1 to have an estate or interest in said land and real estate, and unless the said land and real estate shall be redeemed, as provided in said | acts, before the expiration of six months from and after the service hereof, a deed for the same ; will be given conveying to The Mayor and Aldermen of Jersey City, the fee simple of said , land and real estate according to the pr«>» , visions of the said acts. i Dated Jersey City, N. J., February 25, 1902. : THE MAYOR AND ALDERMEN OF JERSfiB CITY. M. M. FAGAN, (Seal.) f i Mayofti Attest:- M. J. O'DONNELL, City Clerk. (Sale No. 7,6€6.) TO MARCUS B. COUGHLIN. MARIANA A. Ogden. William O. Wheeler, Andrew HL Green, executors under the will of WUliaaa B. Ogden, dec’d; Abba Ann Baldwla, widow; Mary C. Baldwin, widow; Kathryn C. Bald win, and Amelia Reinke, tenant. You are hereby notified that at a public sal# : made by the City Collector of Jersey City, on the Stn day of October, 1894, The Mayor and Aldermen of Jersey City purchased for the sum of three hundred and sixty-five dollars and fifty-one cents ALL the land and raal estate situate in Jersey City, in the County of Hu Ison and State of New Jersey, fronting on Webster avenue, which is laid down ana designated as lot SO. in block number 745. upon an assessment map annexed to a report num ber 1U2, made by the “Commissioners of Ad justment” appointed in and for said City by the Circuit Court of the County of Hudson, m ! certified copy of which report and map wag filed in the office of the City Collector of t Jersey City, on the 25th day of November, 189* said report and map and said sale being mad* j pursuant to the provisions of an act of tag ; Legislature of New Jersey, passed March 9* 1SS6. entitled:— An OV.V.V.- —■ — ' tion of arrearages of unpaid taxes, assess ments and water rates or water rents la cities of this State, and imposing and levy ing a tax, assessment and lien in lieu anj instead of such arrearages, and to enforce the payment thereof, and to provide for the sale of lands subjected to future taxatioa j and assessment.” ! And the several supplements 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 reat estate shall be redeemed, as provided in said acts, before the expiration of six months from and after the service hereof, a deed for tho same will be given conveying to The Mayor and Aldermen of Jersey City, the fee simple of said land and real estate according to the provisions of the said act. THE MAYOR1 AND ALDERMEN OF JERSST* CITT' E. HOOS. Attest:— M. J. O’DONNElC’ City Clerk. (Sale No. 7068 ) TO HENRY EGGER3 AND WILLIAM D, Edwarus. surviving executors under the wtu 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 wifaf Hans B. Lienau, Margaret ta P. Lienau. in- % faat; Louise Lienau, widow; Rudolph C. M* Lienau. AlVina Lienau, his wife; Peter A. M. Lienau, Sarah A. B. Lienau, infant. Mathiide R&mbt&u. Adolph Rarabeau, her husbands Cecile Bacot. Liii Bacot, Mathilde Sc faults*, H. Octavius Schultxe, her husband, and Ed ward W. Twight, Waiter Twight, infants Michael Lienau, Anna Lienau. hU wife, aag Ernest Lienau. You are hereby notified that at a public aaJ* made by the City Collector of Jersey City, on the 1st day of November, 1897. The Mayof and Aldermen of Jersey City purchased for the sum of on* hundred " J 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 ana designated as lots la. 16 and 17, in block num ber 704, upon an assessment map annexed to a report number 10®. made by the •‘Commission ers of Adjustment” appointed in and for said City bv the Circuit Court of the County of Hudson, a certified copy of which report and mup was filed m the office of the City Collector of Jersey City. ol» the 1st day of July, 189G, said report and map and said sale being made pursuant to the ^»re* <sions of an act of the Legislature of New jersey, passed March Mtb, 1886. entitled — ‘‘An Act concerning the settlement and colleo* tion of arrearages of unpaid taxes, assess ments and water rates or water rents in cities of this State, ana 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 or lands subjected to future taxation and assessment.” And the several supplements thereto. And iron are further notified that you appakr 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 tt-.e expiration of six months from and after the service hereof, a deed for the same will be given conveying to The Mayor and Aldefm?n of Jersey City the fee simple of said land and real -estate according to the pro vision * of tht said act. Dated Jersey City, N. J., November 23. MOL THE MAYOR AND ALDERMEN OF JRRS12Y CITY. E. HOOS, tSeal.) Mayor, Attest:— M. J. O* DONNELL. City Clerk. (Sale No. 7595.) NEW JERSEY NAVIGATION COM PANY Notice of special meeting of stock holders. Pursuant to a resolution adopted by a majority of the Board of Directors of the New Jersey Navigation Company, held on the 27th day of May. 1902, declaring It advisable and most for the benefit of the company that it be forthwith dissolved* notice is hereby given that a special meet ing of stockholders will be held at the rekteteted office of the company. No. 25 Exchange place, Jersey City, N. J.. on Thursday, the &’th day of June. 3802. at 2 P M., to take action on the s*id.,|g£s.$ lution Dated Jersey City, New Jersey, May£**. 1801. A. I, HARRISON, Secretary.