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SALVATION’S
STRAINS

McKaig Says They’ra All
Right So the Band Will
Play On.
DOESN’T HURT THE TAILOR.
*
Doughty Captain Gets Re
Ugion So Rad That He
Lets Go of Ten Cents
For the Hat.
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Acting Inspector Archibald McKaig. j
captain of the Fourth precinct, atteuded ,
a Su Ivalioti Army meeting in Warren
atreel. a few feet north of Montgomery J
street, in hi* dual official capacity as
musical critic aud religious censor, last !
' night, to secure evidence touch in* ou and
appertainin' to the charge made by Har
ry l- Davis, of the Davis Tailoring Com
pany that the nightly thumping of 1am
boariues. bunging of drums, tooting of '
cornets and singing of lively Salvation
ists* hymns constituted a public nuisance
aud seriously injured his business.
The captain had two or three hundred
persons for company who had been at
tracted to the corner by the announce
ment in yesterday’s "’Jersey City News
that Chief of Police Murphy had assign
ed McKaig to the task of deciding the
ticklish question whether Davis was
right or wrong in his attack ou the re
ligious workers.
The Captain reported to the Chief
this morning that the music, while uot
quite up to the standard of church music,
was far from being unpleasant; that the
preaching was interesting and uot ‘'ear
splitting,” aud that the soldiers and their
congregation were orderly and by no
means public nuisances.
CAPTAIN WILLIAMS IN CHARGE.
The meeting was in charge of Captain
Allen Williams, who stood with a half
dozen members of the corps in a circle
near the west curb, next to au Italian’s
fruit stand. The crowd readied out to
the crosswalk, and, whenever anybody
' showed a disposition to step back in the
patli of pedestrians the Captain or his
workers would do police duty by re
questing them not to block the walk.
And the people moved out of the way
without a murmur.
Not more tliffn a score of people
passed along the east side of Warren
’ street in front of the clothing store while
the meeting was in progress. The great
er part of the time the noise made by
passing trolley cars drowned the voices
of the Salvationists and it was difficult
for anyone in the store to hear what
was going on at the services.
CONTRIBUTES TWO BEERS.
Whiie a convert was singing, a pretty,
poke bonneted girl made the rounds of
the crowd with a tambourine and took
up a collection. Captain McKaig fur
nished proof that he sympathized with
the work of the army by contributing the
price of two beers to help the good
cause along. Among others who con
tributed was Freeholder James Billing
ton, who stood near the peqput stand
for a quarter of an hour and apparently
enjoyed the services.
As a result of Captain McKaig’* fav
orable report to the Chief, the Salvation
ists will not be disturbed and will con
tinue having their meetings at the same
old stand.
BOX OF GANDY SURE.
Children Who Attend the Labor
Union’s Picnic May Get a
Game Prize Also.
The following committee has been ap-^
pointed by the Central Labor Union
to take charge of the annual Labor Day
celebration to be held at Krobel s Boule
vard Park, .Hudson Bonlevard and An
gelique street, West Hoboken:—Corne
lius Ford, president; Max Sehueneke,
vice president; Joseph P. O’Lone, record
secretary; Louis Kuhn, treasurer; Will
iam Chaiuberly, sergeant-at-arms: Thos.
Kelaher, John Barrett. William Miers, J.
J. McDow. Thomas F. Quinn and
Michael Pendergast.
A long list of orizes is being prepared
for children and other* who desire to
take part in the games. Each child who
enters the park will be presented with
a box of candy. In the evening there
will be a vaudeville show. Cash prizes
will be awarded to both ladies and gen
in the* hnwliUS COIlt«*St.
^Desiring expedition,
inoat work and , • »
accuracy
in the printing of
\jCaw Work
Should; uce' the « • •
||, . promptidelioory and
annum imr mast |
Mrs. Johanna Foegely of South Bend, I
Ind., suffered for over three years with :
the most painful disease of the Kidneys '
and bladder Medicines and doctors did j
her no good. Rheumatism set in and |
she was confined to her bed. She began
to take Dr. David Kennedy’s Favorite
Remedy and it cured her.
Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Remedy is the
tisl prompt end etf^snt medicine known for
Kidney. Liver, B1 tx.“r end Blood diseases.
Rheumatism, Dyspepsia end Constipation.
Ai: druggists sell it In the NEW 60 CENT SIZE
end the regular $1 00 size bottle*.
Sample beetle—enough fee trial, free by mail.
Dr. David Kennedy Corporation, Rondout, N. Y.
fc BevU Haas sky's WsrW Sytm most effective
medicine of the kind known. S5c. Druggists.
A MERRY ROMP
Children’s Glorious Fun at
St. Bridget’s Picnic
Sport for Elders Too.
The annual* picnic of St. Bridget’s
Lyceum was held last night at
Armbruster’s Greenville Schuetzeu Park.
That the young men of file Lyceum are
very popular was shown by their mass
of friends who filled the park. Upwards
Lf 1,500 people were present,
v The afternoon was devoted largely,
to the children and everything was liber
ally planned for their enjoyment. Games
of all descriptions were participated iu
by both boys and girls. Father Keyes
was the centre of every sport and helped
to entertain the children by treating
them to ice cream and soda water.
Among the athletic sports were—100
yard dash between George Anderson and
John Clancey, won by the latter: three
leg race, won by Patrick Smith and
Thomas Kermode; a tug of war, post
poned.
Many .pretty young ladies filled the
?! slicing pavilion all evening, and when
the orchestra played its final.tune, many
regretted to leave.
The evening being warm, the ice cream
and soda water saloons were kept busy.
“The wheel of fortune attracted many
people, and the “Hit the Nigger and Get
a Good Cigar” was the source of much
amusement. „
Fathers Ryan. Keyes and Mooney
were present and seemed very popular
among the young ladies and gentlemen.
The officers of the Lyceum, are:—
Father Keyes, president: John Rowe,
first Vice president: John McTiernan,
second vice president; William Sprouts,
third vice president: William Bambrick,
financial secretary: Michael McTiernan,
treasurer: Philip Dunn, recording sec
retary; and John Clancey, sergeant-at
arms.
The entertainment committee were:—
T. Connolly, ehalrman; P. Smith, J. F.
McCormick, John Norton, H. Sander
son. ^
The floor committee were:—John
Rowe, floor manager: John McCormick.
John McTiernan, William fcprouls, James
Collihan, Philip Dunn, P. Flanagan, Ed.
Donnelly, M. Mahoney, George Sander
son, Thomas Murray.
C. R. R. ALLEGED STRATECY
Repairs to a Bridge Construed
as a Blind to Tunnel Under
4
Communipaw Avenue.
The residents in the vicinity of Ran
dolph avenue are up in arms over the ne
glect of the Central Railroad to pur
gates at the Randolph avenue crossing,
which lias been a menace to life for a
very long time. Half a dozen lives have
been lost there within the last few years.
The railroad has promised several times
to provide gates, but as yet. has not done
so.
The Street and Water Board,'tlirough
Commissioner Iiauck. has been trying to
force the road to put up the gates by
holding np permission to tunnel under
Communipaw avenue for the purpose of
building two additional track*.
A week ago the road asked for leave
l to rApnir the bridge over the railroad
on Communipaw avenue. Tfus petition is
looked at by the reaideuts of the aection
in a suspicious manner. They fear that
the lgiad will start the right of way be
neath Communipaw avenue. The Street
and Water Board will be asked to refuse
the petition.

ROLLED AWAYFROM DEATH.
Folson Rolled Faster Than an Erie
Freight Train, Too.
Charles Folson, thirty-five years old, of
No. 400 West Twenty-fifth street, nar
rowly escaped being run over by an Erie
freight train last night. He attempted
to alight from the train while it was
in motion. When he reached the ground
he fell down and fractured his right leg
below the knee. Luckily as he rolled
he hnd presence of mind enough to. try
to stop himself or else he would have
gone beneath another train.
The accident occurred at Provost and
Tenth streets, and Folsdn was immedi
ately taken to St. Frangis Hospital.
FELL INTO SHIP’S HOLD.
William .Schimdt. twenty-four years
old,'a fireman on the Hninburg-Ampri
can line steamship Furst Bismarck, lying
at • Hoboken, accidentally fell dhto the
hold of the steamer last'night. He wns
badly injured about: the iieh'd and shoul
ders. He was removed to St. Mary s
Hospital. ' ' -
Ar * l ' , ^ 1
CHECKERED
CAREER
Yopng Philip Morris Arrest>
ed for Cashing Forged
Drafts in Boston.
CAUGHT ON A FERRYBOAT
Detective Larkins Reverses
the Pilot’s Orders—Ob
jection to Photography.
_ ' s
_
I
Solomon Morris 25 years old, a son of
■Philip Morris, who ha$ kept a men’s fur
nishing store in Newark avenue "for
many years, was arrested this morning
on a Pennsylvania ferryboat by Detect
ive Larkins as a fugitive from justice.
He was arraigned before Police .RjsUee
IIoss in the First Criminal Court. ‘V,
held to await the arrival of. extradition
papers from Boston, where he is wanted
on several charges of forging and cash
ing checks for large amounts.
Chief Murphy received yesterday a let
ter from Chief Inspector William B.
Watts, of the Boston Police Department,
asking him to loow for young Morris,
who, he said, had been indicted under
the name of Joseph Morris, alias Frank
Reid, for forging and uttering three
checks.
THE BOGUS CHECKS.
One check was drawn on the Turitan
Trust Company for $8t>9, and was signed
“F. S. Petts~& Co.” It was dated July
3. The second, in the same handwriting,
purported to have hben drawn on July 8
by William Read’s son on the Atlantic
National Bank, calling for $807.50. The
third check, dated July 10, was drawn on
the Fanned Hall National Bank in the
sum of $319, and was signed “Gunter
Grocery Company.”
In every case. It is alleged, young Mor
ris succeeded in realizing on the checks.
A Boston detective discovered that
Morris’s picture was in the New York
rogues1’ gallery, and the metropolitan po
lice traced Morris’s whereabouts in this
city through Chief Murphy.
DOWNWARD PATH.
Morris, who ' had been an exemplary
youth, got into bad company last winter
and for a time bis career was a swift
one. He fell in with a man of the name
of Farrell, with whom he was arrested
for forging a check. Farrell was isent
to State Prison for six and a half years,
and young Morris was released owing
to his previous good record. Then he
went to Boston, where he got into more
serious trouble.
FERRY BOAT HELD UP.
Chief Murphy early this morning as
signed Detective Larkins to the task of
catching the gay young man. Larkins,
who knows him well, spotted Morris as
he was hurrying aboard a Pennsylvania
ferry boat. He chased after him, but be
fore lie located him in the men’s cabin
the pilot signalled the engineer to start.
Larkins had the order countermanded
and the boat was held until he placed the
young man under arrest and walked him
ashore. Morris was crestfallen over his
capture. When told to prepare to have
his picture taken Morris said:—“Can’t
you do away with that, it's an awful lot
of bother and you already have my pic
tbre, which was taken in New York.”
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GOYLE TABOES POLITICS.
Association’s Standard Bearer
Says a Picnic’s the Place
for Pleasure.
The family excursion of the Michael
i J .Coyle Association of Hoboken to Em
pire Grove, up the Hudson, was well at
tended yesterday. The steamer Tolehes
ter left the Bremen pier at 9 A. M. and
did not return until 11 I*. M. A pleas
| ant day was spent by all who attended.
IVdiitc* were discussed but litle, al
| though there were many politicians on
! board. Among the notables were John
; Zeller and Mayor Adolpb Hankering.
: Standard Bearer M. J. Coyle requested
that politics be side tracked for the day,
! and hi* request was granted. During the
i trip to and from the'grove the excursion
ists were entertained by an excellent
vaudeville performance. At the grove
various games were played, including a
L«ll
EMPLOYMENT SWINDLE
Guido Schumann Tolls the Story of
His Life to Bayonne’s Pol'ce.
Calico Captain M. J. Foley and De
tective E. M. Griffin, of Bayonne, ob
tained a confession from Gnido Schu
mann, of Elizabeth, whose arrest upon a
charge of swindling was told in “The
News’’ yesterday. Recorder Hyman
Lazarus today examined the . accused,
who was defended by Lawyer James
Dougherty.
Finally Schumann made a lengthy
statement covering his life, omitting the
case at issue. Schumann pleaded pov
erty and the sickness* of his nineteen
years’ Old wife as an excuse. He ad
mitted that lie was engaged in wholesale
swindling of persons advertising for em
ployment. He had a list of eight appli
cants. and worked Hugo Barth, of No.
312 East Eighteenth street. New York,
for his first victim. Barth was fleeced
of $10 as an alleged deposit or security
for a, position which he was brought by
Schumann to Bayonne to fill.
Schumann was committed for the
grand jury in defnult of $500 bail. Barth
gave bail as a witness._
Largest Snake. r
The largest serpent eyer measured was
a Mexican auacdndn, found to be thirty
seven feet in leidrth. This measurement
was certified by) Dr. Gardner.
notices for Applications for Licenses
Notice la hereby *iven, a* required by Chap
ter 75 of the Laws of 1192, that application has
been made to the Board of Aldermen of Jersey
City by the following named persons for Li
censes to #eeli Spirituous, ‘VlnoUfc Malt and
Brewed Liquors at the following named places
In Jersey City:—
FIRST WARD.
Gulseppe Olodano, 22% Railroad Ave.; resi
dence, Railroad Ave. ‘ _
Wm. F. Kelly, *9 Newark ave.; res., 79 New
Johu K Cassidy, 76 Gregory st.; res., 167
Clinton ave.
Leon Balinski, 129 Steuben Bts\ res., 129
Steuben st.
Louis Annltt, 394 Kirst fit.; res., 894 First st.
Henry Nlerstedt, 69 Essex st.; res., 37 Essex
st.
Patrick Gorman, 57 Grand at.; res., 57 Grand
st.
SECOND WARD.
Tho«. F. Eagan, 146 Pavonia ave.; res., 146
Pavonia ave. _
Charles J. Kelly, 497 Henderson at.; res., 297
Eighth st.
Patrick J. Lillis, 651 Henderson at.; res., 6ol
Henderson st. V
Wm. M. Barry, 595 Henderson st.; res., 553
Henderson st.
Wm. M. Barry. 641 Henderson at.; res., 553'
Henderson st.
John Mahoney, 116 Pavonia ave.; res., 116
Pavonia ave.
John J. Kelleher, 525 Henderson st.; res.,
557 Grove at.
Edward A. Murphy, 232 Erie st.; res., 232
Erie st.
Edward Kenny, 731 Jersey ave.; res., 731
Jersey ave.
THIRD WARD.
Geo. A. McDonald, 410*,4 Monmouth st.; res.,
286 Fourth st.
Dominick Jennings, 416 Henderson st.; res.,
416 Henderson st.
F. HoKermann, 147 Newark ave.; res., 147
Newark ave.
Matthew J. Lawless, 266 Newark ave.; res.,
266 Newark ave.
J. F. Purcell, 323*& Seventh st.; res., 323*/4
Seventh st.
John O’Brien, 161 Newark ave.; re*., 25 Clen
denny ave. %
Bernard J. Foley, 369 Grove st.; res., 570
Jersey ave.
James E. Kelly, 126 Newark ave.; res., 169
Grand 4£.
Jr FOURTH /WARD.
■ Patrick J. Hoey, 103 Bright st.j res., 120
ffirigh t st.
^ John Kilmurray, 293 Grand st.; res., 293
Grand st.
Wm. R. Holmes. i95 Montgomery st.; res.,
224 Bay st.
Michael J. Hennessey, 343 Varick st.; res.,
343 Varlok st.
FIFTH WARD.
Maria Aughney, 265 Monmouth st.; res., 265
Mogmouth st.
John Tuorto, 73 Colgate st.; res., 73 Colgate
st.
Genuino D’Alulsto,. 325 Newark ave.^ res.,
786 Newark ave.
Benjamine Popper, 340 Third st.; fc*es., 333
Third st.
John Hogan, 117 Brunswick st.; res., 417
Second st.
Hugh Meehan, 211 Mercer st.; res., 197 Clare
mont a.v*.
SIXTH WARD.
James Connolly, 467 Communlpaw ave.; res.,
9 Harmon st.
Peter J. Devine* §75 Grand st.; res., 575
Grand st.
Wm. J. Burke. 136 Pifte st.; res., 136 Pine st.
John H. Morris, 366 Bramhall ave.; res., 944
Garfield ave.
John O’Brien, 584 Grand st.; res., 25 Clen
denny ave.
SEVENTH WARD.
Wm. J. Kiely, 401 Ocean ave.; res., 28 Arm
strong ave.
Lawrence Messett, 58 Fisk st.; res., 58 Fisk
st.
Katherine Gantner, 127 McAdoo aye.; res.,
127 McAdoo ave. ‘
-v NINTH WARD.
.John F. Mullery, -14 Crawford ■§.; res., 1
Orchard st.
TENTH WARD.
Charles Brauer, 29 and 31 Lewis ave.; res.,
29 and 31 Lewis ave.
Stevens & Lowande, 651 Newark ave.; res.,
651 Newark ave.
ELEVENTH WARD.
G. C. D. Wehrenberg, 84 Reservoir ave.; res.,
84 Reservoir ave.
Edward Feller, 331 Palisade ave.; res., 337
Palisade ave.
Arthur Schulz, 408 Palisade ave.; res., 408
Palisade ave.
Philip Gruner, 85 Franklin st.; res., 85 Frank
lin st.
John Bruns, 405 Hoboken ave.; res., 406 Ho
boken ave.
Henry Brueck, 237 New* York ave.; res., 23?
New York ave.
>ames Dunne, 73 Hancock ave.; res., 771
Webster ave.
Charles Burckhardt. 11 Sanford place; res.,
449 Palisade ave.
Albert A. Hohman, 514 Newark ave.; *ea,
514 Newark ave.
George Henkel, 311 Palisade ave.; res., 311
Palisade ave.
Frank Link, 130 Hopkins aVe.; res., 130 Hop
kins ave.
TWELFTH WARD.
John J. McCann, 350 Paterson Plank Rd.;
res., 350 Paterson Plank Rd.
H. G. Pelpke, 17 Milton ave.; res., 17 Milton
ave.
Bmfl Bebber, 522 Central ave. i res., 522 Cen
tral ave.
Wm. Muller, 80 Hutton st.; res., 80 Hutton st.
Lizzie Muhs, 100 Zabriskie at.; res., 100 Za
briskie st. i
J. M. Pine, 504 Central ave. r res.. 504 Central
ave.
BEER BOTTLER.
Lembeck & Betz, 519 Henderson st.* Second
Ward; res., 173 Ninth st.
WHOLESALE.
Wm. Draycott, 740 Bergen ave., Ninth Ward;
res., 538 Mercer st.
INN AND TAVERN.
F. M. Case, Sr., 240 Washington at.; res., ,240
Washington st.
Weldon & Murphy, 90 Montgomery st., First
Ward; res., 90 Montgomery st.
By order of the Board of Aldernrffen.
M. J. OhDONNELL,
Citv Clerk.
City Clerk’s Office, Jersey City, N. J.,
July 11, 1902.
TO JOHN TULLY. LIZZIE TULLY,
Frank Tully, Eiiz. Lillian Lawreice,
Patrick Dempsey, Alfred C. Deaton,
Victor C. Denton, Florence R. C. Mac
Kinnon, Henry MacKinnon, Henry C.
Denton, John Dempsey and Annie Detnp
You are hereby notified that at a public
sale made by the City Collector of Jersey
City, on the 1st day of May. 1*01, I pur
I chased for the sum of six hundred and
| tut.y dollars ALL the land and real estate
! situate in Jersey City, in the County of
1 Hudson and State of New Jersey, front
! lng on York street, J. C.. which bi
I laid down and designated at lot QL in
i block number 200, ae shown upon L. It.
Fowler's official assessment map of Jet
sey City (1894). said sale being made pur
suant to the provision* of an act of the
Legislature of New Jersey, passed March
Mill, 1886. entitled:—
»An Act concerning the settlement and
' collection of arrearages of unpaid taxes,
assessments and water rates or water
rents In cities of this State, and im
posing and levying a tax, assessment
' and lien in lieu and instead of such ar
rearages, and to enforce the payment
thereof, and to provide for the sale of
lands subjected to future taxation and
assessment.”
And the several supplements thereto.
And you are runner 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 re
deemed, as provided In Said acts, within
one year from the date of sale and before
the expiration of six months from and
after tne service hereof, a deed for the
game will be given conveying to the pur
chaser the fee simple of said land ana
real estate according to the provisions cf
the said acts. .. .. „
Dated Jersey City. N. J.. January a
UM* THOMAS FALLON.
. ^Purchaser.
(Certificate No. M31)
STATE OP NEW JERSEY-DEPARTMENT
OF STATE.
CERTIFICATE OF DISSOLUTION.
To ali to whom these present^ may come.
Whereas,' It appears to mj-,f«Jl*faet!on, by
duly authenticated record or the proceedings
for the voluntary dissolution thereof by the
unanimous consent of all theStockholders de
posited in my office, that the Patent Water
and Gas Pipe Company, a corporation of this
State, whose principal offloe IS situated at No.
362 Henderson street, In the city of Jersey
City County of Hudson, State Of New Jersey
(Clarence Stephens being agent therein and In
charge thereof, upon whom process may be
served) has compiled with the requirements
of "An Act concerning corporations (Revision
of 1896),” preliminary to the Issuing of this
pprtiflc&t6 of dissolution.
Now' therefore. I, S. D. Dickinson, Secretary
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 Ot the proceedings
aforesaid are now on flle in my said office as
provided by law. .
In testimony whereof, J have here
to set my hand and affixed my oWolal
(Seal.) seal, at Trenton, this third d*», of
May. A. D. one thousand nine hun
dred and two. .
an. DICKINSON.
._ i Secretory. of: Slats.
THE ACCOUNT OF ftt* SUBSCRIBER.
executrix of John Small;’ deceased, wilt be
settled by the Hudson County Orphans’ Court
o« May *190*. BVm .aUAuJ
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oe New Jersey
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INSPECTION AND CORRESPONDENCE INVITED.
15,17, 19 and 21 Exchange Place
AM USEMENTS.
EASTERN LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP
JULY 2h 22 and 23.
JERSEY CITY VS. BUFFALO
AT WEST SIDE PARK.
Admission, 25 cents. Ladies free to
grounds, except Saturdays and holidays.
EXCURSIONS
ERIE RAILROAD • SUNDAY
SHOHOLA GLEN,
107 milea from New York. 1,000 Feet
Above the Sea.
The most magnificent scenery on the
continent. Excellent fishing in the waters
of the beautiful Delaware River.
*1.00 ROUND TRIP ,*1.00
Express trains leave Jersey City at 9.15
and 9.45 A. M., returning leave Shohola
4.31) and 5.15 P. M.
GREENWOOD LAKE GLENS.
*1.00 ROUND TRIP *1.00
WITH DINNER; *1.60.
Special Express train leaves Jersey City
at 10.00 A. M. Choice of two express
trains, returning leave Greenwood Lake
Glens, 5.00 P. M. and 6.58 P. M.
Ready Cash Loaned Privately.
IF YOU CAN’T CALL, | on Furniture and
WE WILL all kinds of
CALL ON YOU. household goods.
.-' You can pay It
back to suit your convenience. If you
have a loan with any other company or
owe your furniture dealer, we will pay it
oft and advance you more money. Na
tional Loan Co.. No. 37 Newark avenue,
Jersey City. Tel. 27._____
Edward Barr,
BOOK8INDINC CO:,
147-149 CATOR AVE.
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State for Fine Work. Private Libraries,
also all kinds of Job Work done at short
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Tel. Cali, 1874 Bergen.
TO HENRY EGGERS AND WILLIAM D.
Edwards, surviving executors under the wul
of Michael Llenau, dec’d; Emma L, Llenau,
widow; Pauline Lienau, widow; Louis W.
Llenau. Eleanor A. Lienau, his wife; Fred
erick W. Lienau. Harriet Lienau, his wife;
Vans B. .Lienau, Margaretta P. Lienau, In
fant; Louise Lienau, widow; Rudolph C. M.
Llenau. Alvina Lienau. his wife; Peter A. M.
Lienau, Sarah A. B. Lienau. infant; Mathilda
Rambcau. Adolph Rambeau, her husband.
Ceciie Bo cot. Lili liacot, Mathilde Schultze,
H. ’Octavius Schuitse. her husband, and Ed
ward W. Twight, Walter Twlght. .infant;
Michael Lienau. Anna Lienau. his wife, and
Ernest Lienau. ...»
You are hereby notified that at a public sal*
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 -ad forty-four dollars
and nineteen cents ai*L the land and real
estate situate in Jersey City, in the County
of Hudson and State of New Jersey- fronting
on Ogden avenue, which is laid down and
designated as lots 15. 16 and 17, in block num
ber 704, upon an assessment- map annexed to u
report number 100- made by the "Commission
ers of Adjustment'’ appointed in and for said
City by the Circuit Court of the County or
Hudson, a certified copy of which report and
map was tiled in the office of the City Collector
of' Jersey City, on the 1st aay of July, 1895,
said report and map and said sale being made
pursuant to the provisions of an act of the
Legislature of New Jersey, passed March 80th,
188«. entitled
*‘An Act concerning the settlement and collec
tion of arrearages of unpaid taxes, assess
ments and water rates or water rents in
cities of this State, and Imposing and levy
ing a tax, assessment and lien in lieu and
instead of such arrearages, and to enforce
the payment thereof, and to provide for the
sale of lands subjected to future taxation
and assessment."
And the several supolements 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 real
estate shall be redeemed, as provided In said
acts, before the expiration of six months frora^
and after the service hereof, a deed for the
same will be given conveying to The Mayor
and Aldermen of Jersey City the fee simple of
said land and real estate according to the pro
visions of the said act.
Dated Jersey City, N. J., November 25, 1901.
THE MAYOR AND ALDERMEN OF JERSEY
CITY.
E. HOOS,
(Seal.) Mayor.
Attest:— M. J. O’DONNELL.
City Cleric.
(Sale No. 7593.)
ro HENRY EGSERS AND WILLIAM D.
Edwarda, surviving executors under the will
of Michael Lienau, dec’d; Emma L. Lienau.
widow; Pauline Lienau, widow; l.ouis YV
Lienau. Eleanor A. Lienau, hie wife; Fred
erick W. Lienau, Harriet Lienau. his wife;
Hans B. Lienau. Margaret!! P. Lienau, in
fant; Louise Lienau, widow; Rudolph C. M.
Lienau, Alvina Lienau, his wife; Peler A. M.
Lienau, Sarah A. B. Lienau, infant; Mathilda
Kambean. Adolph Rambeau, her husband;
' beetle Bacot. LIU Bacot. Mathllde Schuitze.
H. Octavius Schuitze, her husband, and Ed
ward W. Twight. Walter Twight, Infant;
Michael Lienau. Anna Lienau. his wife, and
Ernest Lieniu.
You are hereby netified that at a puhlte
«ale 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 four hundred and one dollars and
thirty cents ALL the - land and real estate
situate in Jersey City, in the County of Hud
son and State of New Jersey, fronting on
Central avenue, which Is laid down and desig
nated as lots 20 to 23, in block number 798,
upon ah assessment map annexed to a report
number li‘2, made by the “Commissioners of
Adjustment" appointed in and for said City
by the Circuit Court of the County of Hudson,
a certified copy of which report and map was
filed in the office of the City Collector of Jer
sey City, on the 25th day of November, 1895,
said report and map and uaid salt? being made
pursuant to the provisions of an act of the
Legislature of New Jersey, passed March 30th.
1886, entitle^:—
“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 im/'osing end levy
ing a tax. assessment and lien in lieu and
Instead of such arrearages, and to enforce
the payment thereof^ and to provide ?or tb*
sale- of lands subjected to future taxation
and assess:raent.“
And the several supplements thereto.
And you are further notified that you appear
to have an estate or Interest In. said land and
real estate, and unless tfc2 laid 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 Ahe fee simple of
said land and real estate according to the pro
visions of the said act. t *
Dated Jersey City, N. J.. November 25. 1901
THE MAYOR AND ALDERMEN OF JERSEY
CITY.
E. HOOS,
(Seal.) Mayor.
Attest:- M. J. O’DONNELL.
City Clerk.
_ (Sale No. 7657.)
IN CHANCERY OP NEW JERSEY^
To Edgardo Merli.
By virtue of nu order of the Court of
Chancery of New Jersey, made on the
day of the date hereof, in a cause Yvhere
iu Gertrude Merli is complainant and
yon are defendant, you are required to
appear, plead, answer or demur to the
bill of said complainant on-or-before the
seventeenth day of September next, or
’the said bill will be taken as confessed
against yon. . . .
- The snid bill is filed against you for a
divorce from the bond of matrimony.
• Dated July 16tli. A. D. 1fi02.
\ WILLIAM H. SPEER. Jr..
Ui — Sol’r of Compl’t
On Purity.
People will walk a
dozen blocks to have a
prescription put up by
a druggist ot reputa
tion. Many people
And it to their Inter
est to use a whiskey
with an enduring rep
utation like
PS8Z*\ QLQ
GROW
RYE
If bought at a respect
able store they are
sure of having the
_ best money will buy.
GOI»3 iTEDATi AWARDED PARIS. 1900
H. D. KIRK & CC
SOLE EOT3ZER8.
XJ-gW YORK.
IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY.
To Clarence II. Jones.
By virtue of an order of the Court of Cnan*
eery of New Jersey, made on the day of the
date hereof, in a cause wherein Mary Jones
Is petitioner and you are defendant, you are
required to appear and answer to the petition
er’s petition on or before the twenty-eighth
day of June next, or that in default thereof
such decree be made against you as the Chan
cellor shall think equitable and just. The said
petition is filed against you as the husband
of the said petitioner. Mary Jones, for a di
vorce from the bond of matrimony; for the
custody of the children born as a result of
eatd union, and for proper alimony and main
tenance.
Dated April 29tli, A. D. 1902.
* RUI.IF v. DA WREN C e,,
Solicitor for the Petitioner.
Postofftce address. Appleby Building. Asbury
Park. N. J. .
IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY.
To Edward Mazurkewiz.
Ry virtue of 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 be taken
against you as the Chancellor shall think
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.
15 Exchange place, Jersey City, New
Jersey, IT. S. A. _
RAILROADS.
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The first can be found at Eureka Springs,
Arkansas; the others naturally follow. The
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improved under the management of the “ Friscc
System.’* No expense has been spared to place
the property in a first-class condition.
Wonderful Cures of Rheumatic Patients.
. Write for illustrated literature*
-v
St. Louis and San Francisco Bailroad Company*
F. D. BUSSELL, A. HILTON.
General Eastern Agent, General Passenger Agent,
M5 Broadway, New York. Commercial Bldg., St. Louis, Ma
Every Woman
is interested and should know
about the wonderful
MARVEL Whirling Spray
The new A nglnnl Syria*-e. 1 njtc
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It Oeaas— Instantly.
A* year druggist Iter It?
If he cannot supply the^X
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other, but send atainp for il
InatwJtcd book-seshi.lt gives
full particulars and directions In
valuable to ladies. MARVEL CO..
■amatiao TiaeaBdff.«Kaw Ierh.
1| n|f A DR. LaFRANCO’S
A II I t N COMPOUND gives
n W0 I ■■ W posltlvo relief. Powerful
combination. Used by *00,000 women. Price
-twenty-flve cents. Druggists or mall. Address,
I EaFranco & Co.. Philadelphia, Pa.
,K«iiev«,Kldney^
& Bladder <
Ucubles at once. 5
Cures In |
48 Hoursa" |
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Each Capsule |
us the siee-PIB/1
ware of useless \
gpttBtwfejlts nnnAft
.^.,„JH
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John Mullins & Sons.
Clearing Sale in
all Departments
wmmm
05c, 08c
ANdIOc.
PER YARD.
' • ■ ' ■ •
DINING
CHAIRS
Golden oak, carved back, cane Q r p
seat; regularly $1.10, now .... Oulli
j Golden oak, carved back, cane 000
seat; regularly $1.20, now .... “UUi
Golden oak, carved back, cane I Q C
seat, regularly $1.65, now .... I U
Golden oak. carved back, cane I AC
seat: regularly $1.80. now .... I iOJ
Golden oak, polished finished, and I A A
cane seat; regularly $2.25 now. . I • 0 U
80c
IN THE HOUSE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
' PRIDES WONDERFULLY REDUCED
2-Quart Tea and Coffee Pots (en
ameled). 23e
6-Qnart Lipped Saucepans (enameled)29c
Xo. 7 Enameled Tea Kettles...1.39c
14-Quart Enameled Dish Pans... .29e
15c. Ladles. 7c
Large Enameled Wash Basin (19e.
kind). 10c
4-Quart Enameled Bucket.23c
Large White Meat Dish (29c. kind). .15c
Dinner Plates (value 5e.). .2%c
10c. Deeoruted Pickle Dish.5c
Decorated Oatmeal Boats.3c
Large Yellow Mixing Bowl.17c
10c. Round Vegetable Dish.5c*
Large Decorated Water Jug (oOc.
kind). ... —29c
JOHN MULLINS & SONS
Newark Avenue and Grove Street,
Jersey City
RAILROADS._j
Pennsylvania
RAILROAD,
THE STANDARD RAILROAD OF AMERICA
IN’ EFFECT JUNE 28. 1902.
-
Trains leave Jersey Citv a? follows:—
FOR THE WEST.
8 is A M daily. Fast Mall, limited to two
Buffet Parlor Care. Jersey City to Pittsburg.
Sleeping Car Pittsburg to Chicago. (No couches
to^ PUtsburg.) Ja-^ FaaE Llne With 'Buffet
PaHor Car to Pittsburg. Pullman Sleeping
°IcrirA3MrMaya'treUcefebrat.d Pennsylvania
tion STSSSSS? oiT‘!iIk?y sSJionao
Chtago0.VClivotod!rToledl Indianapolis. Louis
vT‘*u SP ii'>U thenpenms"a Speclal-30-Hour
" F- j Pullman Compartment.
Draawlng0room.IC“°ePlng. Lining and Bv«et
Sfcigo For^ Toledo, except Saturday. Lining
car. .,,,v Pacific Express. Puilman
8.14 P. M., . a p;.,«hurg and Chicago. Con
Sleeping Car to 1 exccpt Saturday. Lully
neets for Clevela Shenandoah Valley
for Knoxville, lenn..
Route. Cleveland and Cincinnati
8.44 F. ’i 'Uman ' Vestibule Sleeping Cars to
Express. P^’r'JnJnd and Cincinnati. Dining
Pittsburg. Cleve.anu
Car. E WASHINGTON AND THE
BALTIMORE. S0UTH. „ ..
... Washington and the Scmtn at
For W'T i lDIniK Car). 11.14 (Dining
8.15. 8.44, 9.4.5,1 \°4 (Din 1 ng Car) 1.15. 132 (3.64
Car-) A. M- t i mi ted. Parlor Cars and Penn*
Congressional Dining Carl* 3.43 (Dining
sylv'nia Ratlroaf W"*,, (D,n|ng Car), and
Car). 4.45 (Dlnln« night. On Sunday. 8 44.
9 44 P. M. 14 (Dining Car) A. M.. 1.14
9 45 (Pining “[ is1 (3.44 Congressional L'mited
mining Car)' i Pennsylvania Railroad D.nlng
Parlor Cars and Penns) (DlnlnJ, Cart, 5.14
' cart 3 «' (Di3ind 9 44 P. M. and 12.30 night.
(Dining r<^ftIRalliva> —Express. 8.45. 4.45 F. M..
12 MUSk"4 ‘la,"Western Rallway-For Memphis
arid°Ne'w O^^i^Jxpreis. V& A. M. and
9'aifsapiei't^*5°4 pRM.'”^Jly8'15 A' W°k"
.lav- 4.H and a-1' Florida and Metropolitan
"seaboard N'l ^"Vally. Express. 12.30 A. M.
Limited. 1-L
aal'y- F05hiTa5d,elphm. 6.33. 7.44. 7.45. 8 15
Express f°r.Pii4 Pennsylvania Limited), 10.33
8.44. ».14, S-4= a®*„i 11.14 (Dining Car) X. M.;
(Dining car . a"d (1Dln)ng CSr) 2.32 3.13. * 4>
1216, 1.14. y**.,. 444, 4.45 (Dining Car), 5.14.
(Dining Cart. I.43’ £ls (Dining Car). 8.14, 8.44.
6.13 (Pining ' and 12.30 night. Sunday, 6.34.
9. 14, 9.44 P*^ q 45 (Dining Cart. 00.14 Penn
8.16, 8.44. 914. e- 10 l5i 11.14 (D’nlng Cart
sylvanla Limit® '• Car) j 15 2 ,4 (Dining Car).
A. M., 116 4 13, 4.45 (Dining Car). 5 14
3.45 (Dining ca ^ (Dlnlng Car). 6.13 (Dining
(Dining Carl- Vi 4 944 p. M. and 12.30 nlvbt.
Car), 814ui,ion li.15 A. M.. 4.52 and 715
Accommodation. s daySi . ,5 7,5 p M.
P. M- r^Bo Citv 12.30. 7.?4 do 3? Saturdays
For Atlantic M 1215 j.14. 2.3? P. M. (10 13
°3J.y> xlientic City Via Delaware Rl.er Bridge
for Atlantic . a M ,21- 2 32 an,, 5 j,
P°UM.- weelt'-davs: 12.30. 6.34. 11.14 A. M. and
5'ff'capeSMav.yS12.S0 A. M.. 11 14. 1.15. 2.32
oFvr week-davs: 12.30 A. M. Sundays.
PVor’I™ng Branch. Asbury Park. Qe«n Orove.
Pleasant and Intermediate stations, via
» ki.r 40» #.T' Al M. 12.34. 1.32 (Stf-da-s
Rahway, 4.0(1. » ‘ 5,33 and' 7.14 P. M.
noVundav 8 28. 10.00 A. M.. 5.28 P. M. (S-p
at Interlaken for Asbury Park- or Ocean Grave
Sn rU HUTCHINSON. J. R. WOOA
Oen'l Manager. Oen'l PHweng.r Agent.
RAILROADS.
WCST^SMORE
-RAILROAD^
PICTURESQUE LINE OF TRAVEL TO
THJ2 NORTH AND WEST.
THE NIAGARA FALLS ROUTE.
Trains leave Franklin street (North River)
station, New York, as follows, and Ufte^a
in.nines later rrom foot W. 42d street, N. K.
Terminal station at Weehawken, N. J., can
be reached via trains of N. J. J. Rd.. leaving
Penn. R. R. depot at Jersey City:—
1:15 A. M. dally for Haverstraw, West Polo*’,
Cornwall, Newburgh, Kingston and Albany.
7:10 A. M. dally, Albany and intermedia:®
stations.
A. 9:40 A. M. daily for Cornwall, Newburgh
and Catskiil Mountains.
B. 11:20 A. M. daily, except Sunday, for
Cranston's. West Point, Kingston, New PalU,
Lakes Mohonk and Minnewaska, Caiski.l
Mountains, Albany and Utica.
C. 12:45 P. M. Rip Van Winkle Flyer daily,
except Sunday, for Catskiil Mountains.
1:00 P. M., Chicago Express, daily.
2:25 P. M., Continental Limited, daily, for
Albany, Utica, Syracuse, Rochester, Buffalo.
Niagara Falls, Cleveland, Detroit, Chicago
and St. Louis. Arrives Chicago and St. Lou *
next afternoon. Dining Car attached at
Kingston.
D. 3:25 P. M. daily, except Sunday, for Cats
kill Mountains.
D. 3:45 P. M. daily, except Sunday, for Con
gers, Cranston's, West Point, Cornwall, New
burgh and intermediate stations to Albany.
6:00 P. M., Chicago am’ St. Louia Limited,
daily, for Montreal, East Utica, Syracuse,
Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Toronto.
Detroit, Cleveland. Chicago and St. Louis.
7:45 P. M. daily, except Sunday, for Fast
Utica, Sjaraeuse, Rochester, Buffalo. N agara
Falls, Hamilton, Toronto. Detroit ar.;T Su
j Louis.
I 9:15 P. M. daily, for Albany, Syracuse.
Rochester, Buffalo. Niagara Falls, Hamilton,
I Toronto, Detroit, Cleveland and Chicago,
i A, B, C, D—Leaves Brooklyn Annex;—A, +3:15
A. M.; B. +10:45 A. M.; C, +12:13 P. M.;
I D. +3:06 P M. Jersey City, P. R. R. Station -
A. +9:47 A. M,; B. +11:20 A. M.; C. +12:50
P. M.; D. +3:35 P. M.
Haverstraw Locals:—+6:45 A. M.: +2:25. *4:15
(W. 42d st. 4:30 P. M.), +5:00 P. M , +5:20
(W. 4 2d st. 5:S0 P. M.). +6:00. +7:«5. [j*O:O0
and *11:30 P. M.
Newburgh Locals:—h8:20, *10:00, +12:15 P. M.2
i *4:45, *6:20 P. M. (6:45 W. 42d st.)
| Kingston Local:—*1:00 P. M.
I • Dally. | j Sundays only. +Except Sunday.
Pullman Sleeping Cars for Albany, Utica,
I Syracuse, Rochester, Buffalo. Niagara Falls,
■ Detroit. Cleveland and Chicago on through
trains.
| vweste^ott’s Express check baggage through t*
; destination. For Cab or Carriage, 'phone 900,
35th.
i For tickets, time-tables, parlor and slcep-ng
I car accommodations or Information anoiv
; offices:—Brooklyn. Nos. 33$. 343, 72^ Fulton
street; Annex Office, foot of; Fulton street:
New York City: Nos. 113, 359, 6U and 1214
BroadWav: No. m West One Hundred and
Twcntv-flfth street, and at stations.
A. H. SMTT’H. General Supt.
C. 15. LAMBERT. Gen’l Passenger Ag-'n*
,7oom SW. Trjn.lt Building, 7 E. Forty-ssconS
New York.
LEHICH VALLEY
Trains arrive and depart from P. R. R. Station,
t Dally except Sunday. Other trains daily.
Leave Jersey City • Arrive Jersey City
.Easton Local. t8.90 a, x
7.33 a x.Buffalo Local.. 9.16 ax
9.43 a m . Buffal®, Detroit A Chicago Exp. 4.21 p x
U2.14 P M BLACK DIAMOND EXPRESS t9.55 P M
1.05 PxMaucH Chunk A Hazleton Localfl0.55 a x
t4 22 p m ....Wyoming Valley Express.... tl 01 p x
t5.33 pm.Easton Local. 4-50 p x
6.00 p m Chicago A Toronto Vestibule Kxp. 8.16 p x
8.15 PM .. .THE BUFFALO TRAIN.... 8.07 am
Tickets and Pullman accommodations at Pennsyl.
vanla Railroad Station.
I mice Who Hava U»«a Them, „
LAUlLwfiaeommead astheBSST
»n. hoo's «
Star Crown Brand *
PENNYROYAL PILLS. -
Immediate relief, bo danger, no salt.
ITamt f.ir vaart b* lradimr BDeciaiiam. fJnnt
moutels. A trie l will convince you ot thru iomuaic wlM
Incase ofruppreaaion. Send ten cents ter B«in»pl* u4
book. AHlJrosglsttorby »all$l.® bex.
KING MEMCINE GO., Box 1930, BOSTON, MASS,
IADIKS! Use Chichester’s English Pennyroyal Pll'ai
Unt! Befrat! l*nlv Urliafcle! Take •• otter.
Bay of Taur l.rucptat* or .cod 4c.. Marapi. for pacum
ml.ra mo "EriicfforUeioi. la letioi by ratoro :nali.
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