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POUND OF '
SURE DEATH,
Apologetic Philosopher’s
Cheerful Legacy to the
Greater New York
Suicide Club.
TEN CRAINS HIS OWN DOSE
Small Sized Mystery at the
Hotel Montgomery—
Laundry Marks as
Clues.
Tiie atheist who committed suicide in
room 22 at the Hotel Montgomery. No.
90 Montgomery street, on Saturday by
swallowing a capsule supposed to con
tain about ten grains of cynanide of pot
assium, the deadlist kind of a poison, had
not been identified at Speer’s Morgue up
to 2 o’clock this afternoon, nor had any
• representative of the Greater New York
Suicide Club, to which the man willed a
pound of the poison—“rapid transit,” he
called it—put in au appearance to claim
the legacy. '
The atheist, who is said to have borne
a striking resemblance to the late Robert
G. Iugersoll, was somewhat of a humor
ist, judging from two notes which were
found in Iris room. In one note, address
ed to “Mr. Landlord,” he apologized for
the liberties which he took in Messrs.
Weldon and Murphy’s hotel, and tried to
make them feel happy by saying that he
selected the house for his purpose be
cause it looked the most suitable. In
the other letter to “Mr. Coroner,” he ex
pressed regret for eausing^that official
and the city so much trouble and ex
pense.
FINE LOOKER.
The stranger a tine looking man,
5 feet 9 inches tall, apparently fifty-five
years old and slightly bald. His hair was
brown and liberally sprinkled with gray.
He had a well-developed forehead and
his face was smooth. He arrived at the
hotel about 10:30 o’clock Friday night,
carrying a good-sized hand satchel. He
registered as J. W. Wallace, of Buffalo,
and was assigned to room 22. He did
not leave his'room after entering it, so
far as is known, and before taking the
fatal dose js supposed to have busied
himself writing his apologetic notes.
He was found dead in bed at three
o'clock Saturday afternoon by a cham
bermaid, who unlocked the door after re
ceivin no response to her vigorous raps
on the door panels. “Wallace” was ful
ly dressed, and had taken unusual pains
to make a good appearance in death. He
wore a black cheviot'eoat and waistcoat,
and a brand new pair of dark trousers.
His underclothing, white shirt and socks
were new and apparently had never been
Iaundried. His face bore the appearance
of having been shaved shortly before
death. A razor found among the dead
man’s effects was probably used for the
last shave.
The suicide took pains to destroy all
marks on his clothing by which lie could
be identified. He even cut the manufac
turer's mark out of the label on a one
pound can of cynanide of potassium
which wjts found in the satchel. Seve
ral envelopes marked “quinine” and one
marked “cynanide of potassium, don't
sample,” all containing a few grains of
a whjte powder in capsules, a razor, a
fountain pen and a notebook were also
in the satchel.
Shortly after the body was discovered
Patrolman Patrick Higgins was called
^into the hotel by the management. He
sent for the morgne wagon and the body
was quietly taken away before many of
the guests were aware that anything un
usual had happened.
THOSE LETTERS.
* All the dead man’s letters and the let
ter to the Coroner, were removed to the
morgue. The note of apology to “the
landlord” was delivered to the police. It
read as follows:—
•Tuly 25. 1002.
Mr. Landlord:—Please notify the
Coroner. I hope you will pardon me
for the liberties I have taken in your
house. I chose it as it looked the
most suitable. Kindly deliver the
other letter to -.Coroner; also the
hand satchel, and oblige.
UNKNOWN.
July 25, 1902.
The letter to the Coroner, which indi
cates that “Wallace” was a member of
a suicide club possessing a grim humor
and a lack of all fear of death, was as
follows:—
Mr. Coroner:—
Dear Sir—I’m very sorry that I
shall be the cause of giving you and
your city so mucli trouble and ex
pense. For I’m determined to end
this life of disappointment, which
bids me welcome death in preference
to living the remainder of a natural
life with no bright hopes for the fu
ture. As I have nothing to live for
I seek death, in which I hope to find
a liberator, for where life seems to
enslave death appears to liberate. In
hand satchel vou will find evidence
of self-destruction in can containing
one pound of Rapid Transit. After
inqnest please give Mr. Rapid
Transit to the Greater New lurk
Suicide Club, should they see fit to
call for it. There’s enough to last the
club some little time. Mr. Coroner,
you will find all the money I possess
in hand satchel, key in small pocket
of pants. $8.25. Use same in giving
remains interment such as your city
A GREAT SURPRISE
U In store for ail who use Kemp’s Balsam for
the Throat and Lungs, the great guaranteed
remedy. Would you believe that It Is sold on
Its merits and ar.y druggist Is authorized by
the proprietor or this wonderful remedy to give
you a sample boule free? It never falls to
cure acute or ch-onlc roughs. All dri -gists
■e” Kemp's Balsam. Price SA;. and Me.
ct ’the merit of this great remedy. Price Sic.
provides for, and oblige, lifers last
request, »
(Signed) UNKNOWN.
CHEAP PHILOSOPHY.
The notebook contained these “reflec
tions” in Wallace's handwriting:—
“Whence. How and Why V This
force which creates all life, only to
destroy ft. We know nothing of
our life's beginning and much less
of its ending.
That book we call the Bible says
it all came about by a Supreme
Being calk'd God. Science says it
came about by evolution. Science
has proven that the world is much
older than the Bible claims it to be.
The Bible says there is life beyond
the grave and that God will reward
and punish as our doings on this
earth may merit it. either by giving
us a golden harp in heaven or that
fiery furnace of sulphur called hell.
Science does not speak of life be
yond the grave or of Heaven or
hell, as it only deals with facts: for
eye hath not seen, ear hath not
heard that message which invites
us beyond the grave. I believe, as
did -one of the world’s greatest phil
osophers. that death is tantamount
to a sound, perpetual, dreamless
sleep, and of all things that are bar
barous in Christianity there’s noth
ing t« compare with its teachings
of that hell which awaits us if we
don’t believe ns all Christians should.
Well, I don’t believe a little hit
in (bat hell, for it's beyond all
reason. For why should God create
us and have the greater portion of
all mankind go to hell and burn
for all eternity? I think he would
get tired of his hell.
(Signed) NO HELL.
LAUNDRY MARKS.
Assistant Morgue Keeper Griffith yes
terday received two collars and a 17 Vi
pink outing shirt, which were found in a
drawer in the room occupied by the sui
cide. The shirt was soiled and bore the
laundry mark “K 10!)0 Hogan” in India
ink. A similar mark appeared on a No.
j 1C (a linen collar of the style worn by
President Roosevelt. The collar,
“Etruria” brand, was made by Cleutt.
I’eabody & Co. The other collar was a
No. 15 celluloid turnover of the same
style and was marked “M. & M. M'f'g
Co.. Springfield. Mass. Holly.”
If the shirt and collar with the laun
dry mark belonged to the dead note, if is
believed by the morgue officials that his
name may be Hogan, because laundry
people often put the names of their cus
tomers on their linen.
The police are convinced that^ho name
Wallace is fictitious, and arc inclined to
the theory that the suicide’s references
to the Greater New Y’ork Suicide Club
indicate that he hails from the metropo
lis.
Comity Physician Charles B. Converse
viewed iht body last night and granted a
death certificate. The remains will be
held at the morgue for several days in
the hope that somebodyimay claim them.
_A_
IMPORTED FEUD
Renewed in Hoboken on St.
Ann's Hay—Sparlo Stabs
Currea.
Tr.piano Currea, twenty-four years
, old, of Xo. 51(5 Adam street, Hoboken,
was stabbed three times in the back Sat
urday night by Carlo Sparlo, another
Italian, who is said to reside at Xo. 1(57
Mulberry street, Xew York City. The
stabbing occurred in a saloon at Xo. 500
Madison street, Hoboken, while the Ital
ions of that section were celebrating the
feast of St. Ann. •
The neighborhood was brilliantly light
ed with fireworks, and many Italians
from Xew York and other places wit
nessed the display. Among those who
came from Xew York was Sparlo. He
was drinking in the saloon at Fifth and
Madison streets when Currea entered
and began a conversation with him. It
appears that the parents of the young
men had become enemies in Italy many
years ago. A bitter feud still exists be
tween them. The young men touched
upon the feud in their conversation. A
quarrel soon arose. Sparlo drew a stilet
to and inflicted three ugly wounds in
Cnrrea’s back. Currea was carried to
his home by ffiends. He was found
there later by Policemen Werner and
Meyers, who had him removed to St.
Mary’s Hospital. Sparlo escaped during
the excitement which followed the affray.
It was said at the hospital last night
that Currea’s chances of recovery were
slight.
FIFES AND DRUMS.
Spirited Picnic at Armbrusters
Baton Swinging.
The second annual picnic of the Jer
sey City Fife and Drum Corps, held
on Saturday night, at Armbruster’s
Grenevilie Schuetzen Park, was the most
successful event ever hold by this popu
lar drum corps. A number of other fife
and drum corps attended. As each
came into the grounds it marched all
around the dancing pavilion and gave
an exhibition on the drums and fifes.
The Columbia Fife, Drum and Bugle
Corps of Brooklyn, had the largest
corps of the evening and gave the finest
drill and were liberally applauded.
A baton swining exhibition was given
by John McCabe, Columbia Fife aud
Drum Corps; Joseph Gillian, Jr., Social
ist Drum and Fife Corps; John Brown,
De Witt Fife aud Drum Corps; Wm.
Talhott, Unity Drum and Fife Carps;
William Abel, Grenevilie Fife and Drum
Corps.
' The dancing pavilion was kept filled
until the orchestra played “Home, Sweet
Home.”
The officers of the picnic were;—Louis
Keuscher. president; Frank P. Quinn,
vice president; Jacob Docker, treasurer;
Peter M. Decker, financial secretary;
Thomas Downey, recording secretary;
Harry White, corresponding secretary;
Michael Dempsey, sergeant-at-arms; Gus
Fells, assistant sergeaut-at-arms. Mr.
George will he floor manager and his
assitsant will be .John Lawson.
The committee in charge were:—Re
ception—Edward Rautseh, chairman:
John Fallon, George Brown and John
McCann. Floor—George Brown, chnir
mnn; Michael McCabe, William uinn
and John McCormack. Arrangements—
John G. FnliSliec, chairman; Jacob
Decker, Walter HngheB, Thomas Byrnes
and Charles Scott, __ __
AH1THESE WOMEN
Miss Clara Storms of Phil
(lipsburgh Wouldn’t Go
Home Without a
Husband.
PASTOR ANDREAS’S VISITORS
Interesting Couple Spend the
Day at Coney Island and
Go Home Happy.
Iter. Gottlieb Andreae, pastor of St.
John’s German Evangelical Lutheran
Church, was sitting in his study on Fair
view avenue late on Saturday afternoon
murmuring his favorite text “It is not
good for man to live alone.” The wor
thy pastor has a record for marrying
couples. His musings were rudely inter
rupted by a servant telling him that two
people wanted to see him.
“Admit them,’’ said the pastor, glee
fully rubbing his hands and reaching for
the blank forms. In walked a smart,
pretty-faced and prettily dressed young
women with roses in h^r hand and in
her cheeks. Her left hand held the lapel
of the coat on the back of a tall, stout
young man, with the odor of the farm
about him.
“Come on Garge,” she said, “here ho
be and it'll all be over in a jiffy- M hat
yer shaking fer?”
Pastor Andreae politely handed chairs
and asked the young man what he could
do for him.
CLARA EXPLAINS,
“Ask-she-she-knows,” he stammered
and blushed.
Ilis fair sompanion told the minister
that her name was Clara Storms, and
she lived at Phillipsburg. His name,
pointing to “Garge,”.was George Hiuch
eliffe, and would the pastor marry them?
Delighted, and in a trice the pedigree of
the couple was taken and bidding them
join hands he quickly threw over them
the bonds of matrimony.
“You may kiss me, Garge,” said the
bride, and “Garge” responded with a
generous smack, and, surprised that mar
rying wasn’t after all such a terrible
thing, “Garge” found his speecli and
told the pastor that lie and iiis sweet
heart had come on that morning from
His fair companion told the minister
Phillipsburg to see Coney Island, where
they bad enjoyed themselves thoroughly.
AH, THES'E WOMEN!
“When we were about to go home she
(nodding at his bride who by this time
was holding tight to his arm) said she
wouldn’t go home Miss Storms. Mrs.
Hincbcliffe was a prettier name, and,
gosh, sir, I don’t blame her. Good bye,
sir. Whenever you come over our way
look us up. I’ve some fine applejack and
I’ll give yer a good time. Come on,
Glairy, dear.” And out they went, smil
ing and happy.
-♦
WEST SIDE A. C. FENCE.
_L.
The West Side Athletic Club of Bay
onne has abandoned the plan of erecting
a nine-foot board fence about the middle
of West Tentli street, opposite its new
field, owing to objections raised by resi
dents between Avenue C and Hudson
Boulevard. Members of the club author
ize this statement, saying the fence will
be built on the strict building line of
Tenth street. •
--♦
ST. MARY’S GREAT OUTING.
Rev. B. Henry Ter Woert, rector1 of
St. Mary’s R. C. Clniteh, at the last mass
yesterday morning announced to his con
gregation that the recent excursion held
under the auspices of the, different so
cieties connected with the church was
such a success that it netted exactly
$2,000. The money will go toward the
building fund of the new church.
_
IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY.
To Edgardo Merli.
Bv vjrtue of an order of the Court of
Chancery of New Jersey, made on the
day of the date hereof, in a cause where
in ' Gertrude Merli is complainant and
you 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 you.
The said bill is filed against you for a
divorce from the bond of matrimony.
Dated July 10th. A. D. 1002.
WILLIAM H. SPEER. Jr..
Sol’r of Compl’t.
IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY.
Between Gertrude Merli. complainant,
and Edgardo A. Merli. defendant.
On bill. &c. Order of publication.
The complainant having filed her bill
in the above cause and process of sub
poena having been issued and returned
according to law, and it being made to
appear bv affidavit that the defendant.
Edgardo A. Merli, resides out of the
Statl of New Jersey, and that the pro
cess could not be served upon him.
It is on this sixteenth day of July, one
thousand nine hundred and two. on mo
tion of William H. Speer. Jr., solicitor
of the complainant, ordered that the saiil
absent defendant do appear, plead, de
mur or answer to the complainant's bill
on or before the Seventeenth day of Sep
tember next, or. that, in default thereof,
such decree be made against him ns the
Chancellor shall think equitable and just.
And it is further ordered, that notice
of this order and also this order ns pre
scribed bv law and the rules of this
court, shall, within twenty days here
after. be served personally on the said
absent defendant by a delivery of a copy
thereof to him or be published within
the said twenty days in “The Jersey City
News.” a newspaper printed at Jersey
City, in the County of Hudson, in this
State, and continued therein for four
weejis successively, at least once in every
week, and in case of such publication,
that a copy thereof be also mailed, with
in the said time, to the said nhsent de
fendant directed, to his post office ad
dress. if the same cun be ascertained
in the manner prescribed by jaw and the
rules of this court. ■<_
W. J. MAGIE,
A true copy. - C.
E. C. STOKES.
_■, Clerk. v ’




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LEGAL JVOTICES
CORPORATION NOTICE—SALE OF LAND.
Public Notice is hereby giyen that on Thurs
day, August 14th, 1902, at 2 o’clock p. m., the
Board of Street and Water Commissioners, of
Jersey City will, through the Clerk of said
Board, sell and dispose of on the premises,
to the highest bidder, all that certain tract,
lot or parcel of land and premises, situate,
lying and being in the City of Jersey City,
County of Hudson, and State of New Jersey,
beginning at a point in the northeasterly cor
ner of Lot 401, as shown upon a map of prop
erty belonging to Washington Village Land
Association, situated near Hoboken on Pali
sade avenue, near Newark Road; thence run
ning (1) southeasterly and along the northeast
erly line of Lot 402 of aforesaid to the point
where the southwesterly line of Manhattan
avenue intersects the said northeasterly line of
Lot 402, as aforesaid; thence running (2) north
westerly along the line of Manhattan avenue
forty-three feet more or leas to the point
whera the rear line of Lot 402 if produced
northeasterly would intersect the said south
westerly line of Manhattan avenue; thence (3)
southwesterly along the rear line of Lot 402
if produced, eight feet five inches, more or less
to the point or place of beginning, being the
triangular lot of land out of Lot 401 upon the
map of the property belonging to the Wash
ington Village Land Association, situate near
Hoboken, on Palisade avenue, near the New
ark Road and being part of Lot 402, Block 734,
upon the Official Assessment Map of Jersey
City, 1S94, by L. D. Fowler, C. E. and Sur
veyor, and being all the lot3 owned by the
City of Jersey City between the present line
of land of Manhattan avenue and the land of
John Prigge, deceased, the same being part
of the premises conveyed to the City of .Jersey
City by Garret A. Lydecker et. ux., et al., Ad
ministrators of Peter J. Cole, deceased, by deed
dated November, 4, 1870, and recorded in the j
Office of the Register of Hudson County, in ;
liber 220, page 137.
Terms will be announced at time and place ,
of sale.
If weather proves inclement, sale will take
place on the following day at the same hour.
By order of the Board of Street and Water
Commissioners.
GEO. T. BOUTON,
Clerk.
Dated Jersey City, July 26, 1902. j
STATE OF NEW JERSEY—DE
PARTMENT OF STATE.
CERTIFICATE OF FILING OF CON
SENT BY STOCKHOLDERS TO
DISSOLUTION.
To all to whom these presents may come,
Greeting:
Whereas. It appears to my satisfac
tion, by duly authenticated record of the
proceedings for the voluntary dissolution
thereof deposited in my office, that the
New .Jfersey Navigation Company, a cor
poration of this State, whose principal
office is situated at No. 15 Exchange
place, in the City of Jersey City, County
of Hudson, State of New Jersey (The
Corporation Trust Company of New Jer
sey being the agent therein and in charge
thereof, upon whom process may be
served), has complied with the require
ments of “An Act concerning corpora
tions (Revision of 1896),” preliminary to
the issuing of this certificate that such
consent has been filed.
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 twelfth day of
July. 1902, file in my office a duly exe
cuted and attested consent in writing to
the dissolution of said corporation, exe
cuted by more than two-thirds in interest
of the stockholders thereof, which said
certificate and the record of the proceed
ings aforesaid are now on file in my said
office as provided by law.
In testimony whereof. I have
hereto set my hand and affixed
(Seal.) my official seal, at Trenton, this
twelfth day of July, A. D. one
thousand nine hundred and two.
S. D. DICKINSON,
Secretary of State.
TO SIDNEY B. BEV.vNS, FANNIE 3.
Bevane, wile of Sidney B, Bevane; JoliD
Li. Macaulay.
You are hereby notified that at a public
sale-made by tne City Collector of Jersey
City, on the fitet day of May, A. D. 1900,
I purchased for the sum of twenty-two
dollars and thirty-one cents ALL the land
and real estate situate in Jersey City, ;n
the County of Hudson and State of New
I Jersey, fronting on northerly side of
1 Canal street, which is laid down and
designated as lot 223, in block number 233.
»« shown upon L. D. Fowler's official as
sessment mao ot -Jersey City (1S94), said
sale being made pursuant to the pro
visions of an act of the Legislature of
New Jersey, passed March 30th. 18S6, en
titled:—
"An Act concerning the settlement and
collection of arrearages of unpaid taxes,
assessments and water rates or water
tents in cities of this State, and impos
ing and levying a tax, assessment and
lien in lieu and instead of such arrear
ages, and to enforce the payment there
of, and to provide for the sale of lands
subjected to future taxation and assess
ment.”
And the several supplements thereto.
And you are rurtner 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 be
fore the expiration of six months from
and after the service hereof, a deed for
the same will be given conveying to the
purchaser the fee simple of said land and
reel estate according to the provisions of
the said acts.
Dated JB.'tiey City, N. J., Nov. 30, 1991.
THOMAS FALLON.
___Purchn«er._
STATE OF NEW JERSEY—DEPARTMENT
OF STATE.
CERTIFICATE OF DISSOLUTION.
To all to whom these presents may come,
Greeting:
Whereas, It appears to my satisfaction, by
duly authenticated record of the proceedings
for the voluntary dissolution thereof by 'the
unanimous consent of ail the stockholders, de
posited in my 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, County 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
plied 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, Secretary
of State of the State of New Jersey, do hereby
certify that the said corporation did, on the
seventeenth day of May. 19C2, 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 hereto
set my hand and affixed my official
(Seal.) seal, at Trenton, this seventeenth day
of May, A. D. one thousand nine hun
dred and two.
k S. D. DICKINSON,
Secretary of State.
the Final Account of the sub
seriber, executor of i Jr! Friedrich Ferdinand
Tauber, deceased, will he settled by the Hud
son County Orphan’s Court on September 5.
1902. EMIL A. MEURY.
THE FINAL ACCOUNT OF THE BUR
scriber, guardian of Clara Tauber, minor,
will be settled by the Hudson County Orphans’
Court o» September
EL
LEGAL NOTICES[•_
TO~SARAiTcT LEWIS, WILLIAM K. LEWIS,
her husband; Ann Louisa Culver, Delos 13.
Culver her husband; Harriet R. Hobbs,
widow; Emily V. Smith, William H. Smith,
her husband; Catharine C. Mallory, George
S. Mallory, individually and as executors and
trustees under the will of Franklin J. Mal
lory, dec’d. Anna P. Mallory, wife of George
S. Mallory, Catharine S. Mallory, Eliza
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 eight;,-four dollars
and seventy cents ALL the land and real
estate situate in Jersey City, In the County of
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 an
assessment jnap annexed to a report numoer
102, made by the “Commissioners of Adjust
ment” appointed in and for said city by tr.e
Circuit Court of the County of Hudson, a
certified copy of which report and map was
flleil in the office of the City Collector of Jer
sey City, on the 25th day of November, 1S55,
said report and map arid said sale being made
pursuant to the pravisions of an act of the
Legislature of New Jersey, passed March* 20th,
1886. entitled:—
“An Act concerning the settlement and col
lection of arrearages of unpaid taxes, as
sessments and water rates or water reins in
cities of this State, and imposing and ievy.
ing a tax, assessment and lien in lieu and
instead of such arrearages, and to enforce
the payment thereof, and to provide for the
sale of lands subjected to future taxation
and assessment.”
And the several supplements thereto.
And you are further notified that you appear
to have an estate or interest in said land and
real estate, and unless the said land and real
estate shall be redeemed, as provided in said
acts, before the expiration of six months from
and after the service hereof, a deed for the same
will be given conveying to The Mayor and
Aldermen of Jersey City, the fee simple of said
land and real estate according to the pro
M. M. PAGAN.
(Seal.) Mayor.
Attest:- M. J. O’DONNELL,
City Clerk.
(Sale No. 7.666.)_
TO HENRY EGGERS AND WILLIAM D.
Edwards, surviving executors under :ne 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;
Kons B. Lienau, Margaretta P. Lienau, in
rant; Louise Lienau, widow; Rudolph C. M.
Lienau, Alvina Lienau, his wife; Peter A. M.
Lienau, Sarah A. B. Lienau, infant; Mathilde
Rambeau, Adolph Rambeau, her husband;
Cecile Bacot, Lili Bacot, Mathilde Schultze,
H. Octavius Sehultze, her husband, and Ed
ward W. T wight, Walter T wight. 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
eum of two hundred and sixty-one dollars and
seventy-six 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 an lots 15 to 17, in block number 710,
upon an assessment map annexed to a report
number 102, made *by the “Commissioners of
Adjustment'' appointed in and for said City
by the Circuit Court of the County of Hudson,
a certified copy of which report and* map was
filed in the office of the City Collector of
Jersey City on the 26th day of November, 1895,
said report and map and said sale being made
pursuant to the provisions of an act of the
Legislature of New Jersey, passed March 30th,
1886. entitled:—
“An Act concerning the settlement and collec
tion of arrearages of unpaid taxes, assess
ments and water rates or water rents in
cities of this State, and imposing ana levy
ing a tax. assessment and lien in lieu and
instead of such arrearages,« and to enforce
the payment thereof, and to provide for thi
sale of lands subjected to future taxation
and assessment.”
And the several supplements thereto.
And you are further notified that you apneaf
to have an estate or interest? In said land und
real estate, and unless the said land and real
estate shall be redeemed, as provided in said
acts, before the expiration of xix months from
and after the service hereof, a deed for the
same will be given conveying to The Mayor
and Aldermen of Jersey City the fee simple of
said land and real estate according to the pro
visions of the said act.
Dated Jersey City, N. J., November 27, 1901.
THE MAYOR AND ALDERMEN OF JERSEY
CITY.
E. HOOS.
(Seal.) Mayor.
Attest:- M. J. O’DONNELL.
City C?lerk.
TO CHARLES G. CLARK. JULIA T. CLARK,
his wife.
You are hereby notified that at a public sale
made by the City Collector or Jersey City, on
the 3d day of May, 1898, The Mayor and Aider
men of Jersey City purchased- for the 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 Seventeenth
street, which is laid down and designated as
lot 30. in block number 292, as shown upon
L. D. Fowler's Official Assessment Map of
Jersey City, N. J., 1894, said sale being made
pursuant to the provisions of an act of the
Legislature of New Jersey, passed March 30th,
1886, entitled:— '
“An Act concerning the settlement and col
lection of arrearages of unpaid taxes, as
sessments and water rates or water rents in
cities of this State, and imposing and levy
| ing a tax, assessment and lien in lieu and
instead of such arrearages, and to enforce
the payment thereof, and to provide for the
sale of lands subjected to future taxation
and assessment.”
; And the several supplements thereto.
And you are rurtner notified that you appear
to have an estate or interest In said land and
real estate, and unless the said land and real
i estate shall be redeemed, as provided in said
acts, within one year from the date of sale and
before the expiration of six months from and
1 after the service hereof, a deed for the same
i will be given convoying 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 acts.
Dated Jersey City, N. J., January 29th, 1902.
THE MJfcOR AND ALDERMEN OF JERSEY
CITY.
M. M. FAGAN,
(Seal.) Mayor.
Attest:-- * M. J. O’DONNELL.
", _City Clerk.
AN ORDINANCE—FOR THE RELIEF OF
Anthony Valesto in construction of bay win
dows.
The Mayor and Aldermen of Jersey City, by
the Board of Street and Water Commissioners,
for and on behalf of the municipality of said
City, do ordain as follows:—
Section 1.—That Anthony Valesto be and i«
hereby granted permission to construct and
maintain bay windows on building to be erect
ed by him at No. 735 Grand street, which bay
windows may extend from the second story
to the roof of sdid building, and beyond the
building line of Grand street one (1) foot six (6)
inches; any Ordinance to the contrary not
withstanding. ...
The work to be done under the supervision
of the Inspector of Buildings.
Section dl.—That all costs and expenses. In
cident to the introduction, passage .and publl
ratinni'nf this Ordinance, shall be paid by the
President.
MARK M. FAGAN,
Mayor.
Attest*—•
GEORGE. T. BOUTON, Clerk. _
SHERIFF'S NOTICES.
SHlTulFB-S SALE-IN CHANCERY ”0*' NEW
Jersey.
Between Johanna Devlin, complainant, and
William McLean King, et ux., et al., defen
dants.
FI. fa. For Sale of Mortgaged Premises.
Returnable October Term, 1902.
John J. Fallon, Solicitor.
By virtue of the ubove stated writ, to me
directed and delivered. I shall sell by public
vendue at F. G. Wolbert’s Real Estate Sales
room, No. \1 Montgomery street, Jersey City,
on
THURSDAY, the fourteenth day of August,
A. D. 1902.
at two o’clock in the afternoon, all the follow
ing described land apd premises, with the ap
purtenances, being the same described in said
writ, that is to say:—
All those certain lots, pieces or parcels of
land and premises, situate, lying and being in
the City of Jersey City, County of Hudson and
State of New Jersey, bounded and described
as follows, viz.* Beginning at the point of
Intersection of the westerly line of West Side
avenue with the southerly line of Hoadley
avenue, and from thence running westerly
along the southerly line of Hoadley avenue
one hundred feet and eighty-three one-hun
dredths of a 'foot (100 feet and 83-100); thence
southerly on a line forming a right angle with
the last course, forty-eight (48) feet; thence
again on a line forming a right angle or nearly
so and in an easterly direction to a point in
the westerly line of West Side avenue distant
forty-five (45) feet from the point of beginning
and southerly therefrom; thence northerly
along the said westerly line of West Side ave
nue forty-five (45) feet to the point or place
of beginning. B^ing the same land conveyed
by Samuel W. Garrison and wife and others
to party of the first part, by deed dated Octo
ber 1st. 1872. and recorded in the Hudson
County Register’s Office in Book 24S of Deeds,
page 58. * etc.
CARL H. RUEMPLER,
Sheriff,
Dated July 8, 1902.
Jersey City News and Jersey City Democrat.
SHERIFF’S SALE—IN CHANCERY OF NEW
Jersey.
Between The New Jersey Title'Guarantee and
Trust Company, complainant, and Mary J.
Southwick et al., defendants.
FI. fa. For Sale of Mortgaged Premises.
Returnable October Term, 1902.
Corbin & Corbin, Solicitors.
By virtue of the above stated writ, to me
directed and delivered, I shall sell by public
vendue at F. G, Wolbert's Real Estate Sales
room. No. 47 Montgomery street, Jersey City,
on
THURSDAY, the fourteenth day of August,
A. D. 1002,
at two o’clock In the afternoon, all the follow
ing described land and premises, with l.be ap
purtenances, being the same described in said
writ, that i3 to say:—
All that certain piece or parcel of land and
premises, situate, lying and being in Jersey
City, Hudson County, New Jersey, which on a
map entitled “Map of property of John Jones,
Town of Bergen, Hudson Co., N. J., by G. I.
Van Horne, C. E., and Town Surveyor, Town
of Bergen, Hudson Co., N. J., January 16th,
1863, ’’*and filed in the office of the Clerk, now
Register, of the County of Hudson, October 3,
1864, are known as lots numbers fourteen (14)
and fifteen (15)* more particularly described
as follows:—
Beginning at a point on the west side of
Jones street as laid down on said map, distant
two hundred fifty-nine and eight-tenths
(259 8-10) feet southerly from the southerly side
of Bergen aPvenue; thence running westerly
and at right angles to Jones street one hun
dred (100) feet; thence southerly parallel with
Jones street fifty-seven and eight-hundredths
(57 8-100) feet to line of land now or late of
G. G. Newkirk; thence easterly along his line
one hundred (100) feet and five-tenths (5-10)
of a foot to the westerly line of Jones street;
thence northerly along said litie forty-six and
five-tenths (46 5-10) feet to the point or place
of beginning.
CARL H. RUEMPLER,
Sheriff.
Dated July 8, 1902.
Jersey City News and Jersey City Herald.
SHERIFF’S SALE.—IN CHANCERY OF NEW
Jersey.
Between The State Mutual Building and Loan
Association of New Jersey, complainant, and
Alfred C. Mead, et al., defendants.
Fi. Fa. For sale of mortgaged premise*.
Returnable October Term, 1902. *
E. A. Armstrong, Solicitor.
By virtue of the above stated writ, to me
directed and delivered, I shall sell by public
vendue at F. G. Wolbert’s Real Estate Sales
room, No. 47 Montgomery street, Jersey City,
on
THURSDAY, the twenty-first day of August,
A. D., 1902,
at two o’clock in the afternoon, all the follow
ing described land and premises, with the ap
purtenances, being the same described in said
writ, that is to say:—
All those ten tracts or lots of land and prem
ises situate in the City of Jersey City, in the
County of Hudson and State of New Jersey,
bounded and described as follows, viz.'Those
three (3) lots which upon a certain map en
titled “Map of property belonging to Benjamin
D. Daumont, situate^ in Jersey City. New Jer
sey, surveyed January, 1897, by Nicholas D.
Wortendyke, City Surveyor,” are known and
designated as lots numbered twenty-nine (29),
thirty (SO), thirty-one (31), in block numbered
thirteen hundred and nine (1309), said lots
fronting on the easterly side of Jackson avenue
and being of the dimensions as shown on said
map; conveyed by B. D. Daumont to Annie
Levy, the mortgagor, by deed dated July 1,
1899, recorded in Liber 726 of E>eeds, p. 574, etc.
Also (2):-rThose three (3) lots which upon the
said map are known and designated as lots
numbered twenty-one (21), twenty-three (23)
and twenty-five (25), in block numbered thir
teen hundred and nine (1809), said lots being
: situated on the northerly side of Bayview ave
nue, and being of the width of twenty-five
feet each, and of the depth as shown on said
map. Conveyed by B. D. Daumont to Annie
Levy, the mortgagor, by deed dated August
i 15th, 1899, recorded in Liber 730 of Deeds, p.
593, etc.
Also (3):—Those two (2) lots which upon the
[ said map are known and designated as lots
numbered seventeen^H) and nineteen (19), in
block numbered thirteen hundred and nine
(1309), said lots being situate on the northerly
side of said Bayview avenue, and being of the
dimensions shown on said map. Conveyed by 1
B. D. Daumont to Annie Levy, the mortgagor,
by deed dated October 18th, 1899, and about to
be recorded.
Lastly (4):—Those two (2) lots which upon
the said map are known and designated as lots
numbered twenty-two (22) and twenty-four, in
block numbered thirteen hundred and fourteen
(1314), said lots being situate on the southerly
side of Bayview avenue, and being of the di
mensions shown on said map. Conveyed by
B. D. Daumont to Annie Levy, the mortgagor,
by deed of even date herewith and about to be
recorded. This mortgage being given to secure
the payment of the purchase^ money on two of
the above lots, and money advanced to clear
encumbrances of the above property and to pay
in part the cost of erection of buildings there
on.
Excepting thereout and therefrom a portion
of said mortgaged premises heretofore released
from the lien and operation of the mortgage
hereinafter referred to, and being known as
lots numbers 29, 30 and 31, in block 1309, and
described in a certain release made and exe
cuted by the complainant to Charles E. Hen
drickson, Jr., and of record in the Register^of
Deeds office of Hudson County, in L. 19 of
Releases, p. 137, etc.
CARL H. RUEMPLER,
Sheriff. '
Dated July 1C, 1902.
Jersey Cit«r News and Jersey City Herald.
SHERIFF’S SALE.—IN CHANCERY OF NEW
Jersey.
Between Dudley D. Flemming and William
H. Lewis, Trustees, etc., complainants, and
John H. Keim, et al., Defendants.
B'i. Fa. For sale of Mortgaged premises.
Returnable October Term, 1902.
Robert L. Flemming. Solicitor.
By virtue of the above stated writ, to me
directed and delivered, I shall sell by public
vendie at F. G. Wolbert’s Real Estate Sales
room, No. 47 Montgomery street, Jersey City,
Oil
THURSDAY, the twenty-first day of August,
A. D.. 1902,
at two o’clock in the afternoon, all the follow
ing described land premises, with the appur
tenances' being the same described in said
writ, that is to say:—
All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land,
situate, lying and being in Jersey City, Hudson
County. New Jersey, bounded and described
as follows}—Beginning at a point on the south
westerly side of Communipaw avenue, distant
forty-one feet northwesterly from the noth
west^rly side of Crescent avenue; thence run
ning southwesterly at right angles to Com
munipaw avenue, to, through and beyond a
party wall, seventy-eight (78) feet and four
one-hundredths of a foot; thence northwesterly
on a line at right angles with Crescent avenue,
nineteen feet and six one-hundredths of a foot
(19 6-100 ft.); thence northeasterly on a line at
right angles with Communipaw avenue, to,
through and beyond, a party wall, seventy-nine
feet and fifty-three one hundredths of a foot
(79 53-100 ft.) to the southwesterly side of Com
munipaw avenue; thence southeasterly along
the southwesterly side of Communipaw avenue,
nineteen (19) feet to the point or place of be
ginning. Being lot numbered twenty (20), in
block numbered one hundred and one, as laid
down on “Map of property of J. M. Barrows,
No. 2,” which map is on file in the Register’s
office of the County of Hudson.
CARL H. RUEMPLER.
Sheriff.
Dated July 15, 1902.
Jersey City News and Evening Journal.
IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY.
To Minnie Lewis.
By virtue of an order of the Court of Chan
cery of New Jersey, made on the day of the
dale hereof, in e cause wherein Oscar Lewis
is complainant, 'and you are defendant, you
are required to appear, plead, answer or demur,
to the bill of said complainant, on or before
the second day of August next, or the said
bill will be taken as confessed against you.
The saW bill is filed against you for a di
vorce from the bond of matrimony.
Dated June 2. A. D. 1902.
WILLIAM H. SPEER. Jr.,
Col’r of Cnmpl't.,
THE FINAL ACCOUNT? OF THE 8UB
scriber, executor of Maru E. Van Riper, de
ceased, will be settled .by <the Hudson County
Orphans* Court on June 20.1 1902.
_ CyARENCE LINN.
SHEHIFE’S NOTICES
SHERIFF'S SALE—IN CHANCERY OF NEW
Jersey.
Between Amos Clark, complainant, ana James
Buckmaster, defendant.
Returnable-Octobdr Term, 1902.
Robert H. McAdams, Solicitor.
By virtue of the above stated writ, to me
directed and delivered, I shall sell by public
vendue at F. a. Wolbert's Real Estate bales
roorn, No. 47 Montgomery street, Jersey* City,
on
THURSDAY, the twenty-eighth day of
August,. A. D. 19u2,
at two o’clock In theN afternoon. all the follow
ing described land and premises, with the ap
purtenances, being the same described in said.
writ, that is to say:—
All those tracts or parcels of land and
premise*, situate, lying and b^ing in the County
of Hudson and iiuite of New Jersey.
Which are more particularly described in a
certain suit in Chancery wherein the New
York Bay Cemetery Company were complain
ants and John W. Buckmaster et als. Were
defendants, as the undivided tenth part in cer
tain lots In said Cemetery Company belonging
to said James Buckmaster as one of the de
fendants and which are laid out as follows:—
In Section H, North, the following full lots,
making 97 in all, jrhlch on the map of the
cemetery of the complainant are numbered as
follows:—519 and 520, 559 and 560, 637 to 640,
677 to 680, 716 to 720, 755 to 760, 795 to 800. 833
to 840, 873 to 880, 911 to 920, 951 to 960, 990 to
1000, 1029 to 1040, 1067 and 1069, 3071 an<^ 1073, 1075
and 1077, 1079. Besides these lots there are
certain gores Which were originally parts of
lots 597, 598, 675, 676, 715, 754, 773, 794. 872, 989,
being all those portions of the full lots original
ly so numbered, which remain south of a cer
tain fence, bounding on the north the land
used by the complainant^as a cemetery.
These gores for ‘the purpose of the accounting
in this case are to be considered each as a
quarter of a full lot, and therefore constitute
for -the purpose of this accounting the equiva
lent of 214 lots.
All those lots In Sefction I north which on
saiu map are numDerea as louows:-in. iao,
263, 264, 312, 323, 365 to 376, 393 and 394. 400, 401
to 418, 423 to 428, 4,30 lo 432. 433 to 436. 441 to
467, 473 and 474, 479 to 480, 481 to 488, 490, 491 to
496, 503 to 520, 521 to 538, 549 to 552, 601 to 618,
623 to 636. 637, 639, 640, 641, 643 to 658. 757 to
€68, 761 to 774. 779 to 782, 872 to 880, 881 to 894,
903 to 916, 917 and 919, 923 to 960, 961 to 1000,
1001 to 1020, 1021 to 1023, 1025, 1027. 1029, 1041,
1043.
Besides these lots there are certain gores on
the east side of the cemetery of complainant
which adjoin the full lots laid out and num
bered on the original map. of said cemetery.
These gores, if numbered in regular order,
would be numbered as follows:—1022, 1024, 1026,
1030. Each of them comprises on an average
one-half of a full lot.
AH those lots iii section J. north which on
said map are numbered as follows:—483 to 495,
523 to 531. 534 to 553, 563 to 574, 576, 603 to 613,
624, 626, *633, 643 to 656, 661 and 662. 683 to 698.
723 to 734, 763 to 777, 780 to 784.
All those lots in Section K south, numbered
on said map as follows:—37 and 38. 77, 78.
All those lots in Section K north, numbered
on said map as follows:—36 to 38, 202, 221, 483,
536, 540, 552, 607, 642, 870. 874,*876, 873, 881 to 884,
inclusive; 886 to 894, inclusive; 895, 897, 899, 901,
903, 905.
Lot 499 in Section L north. And without
prejudice to the claim of defendants to the
lots following:—375, 376, 377, 378, 415, 416, 417,
418, in L North.
As to lots in Section I North, a certain por
tion of the same, "-known as the Strangers
Ground, has been used without regard to the
lot boundaries- for interments. The whole of
said section has been used for interments ex
cepting a small portion thereof, comprising
8% lots, and except also the lots in said section
numbered 3 and 245, the first of which is owned
by defendants as tenants in common, and the
second of which belongs to Margarette Cole.
In addition to these, a receiving. vault has
been erected on the lots number 118, 120, 157,
158, 160 and on two other lots belonging tof
complainant, as follows:—
These lots were at an early period in the
use of the cemetery set apart for receiving
vaults. They were originally divided by par
titions. so that each two lota were separately
and could be accounted for separately. The
partitions between these lots have, however,
been taken out by, complainant. A new vault
has been constructed by it upon the eight lots
and this whole vault has been used by com
plainant indiscriminately for receiving i>urpose.
The actual title to lots numbered 118, 120, 157,
159 was in Thomas H. Buckmaster and is now
vested in his heirs, the defendants. The actual
title to the two lots numbered 158 and 160 was
in Charles H. Buckmaster and is now vested
in his heirs, who are defendants.
As to the lots In Section N North, the same
have been used without regard to the lot
boundaries for interments.
The whole of said section has been used for
that purpose except a small portion thereof,
comprising 5*4 lots, which are the property of
the defendants.
Section O North, lots 220, % of lots 222, 227.
231, 233, 235, 237. 239, 240, 243 to 253. 255, 259 to
262. \ of 264, V% of 266, 279, 280, 288 to 292. 297
to 304, 319 and 320. 323 to 332. of 336, 337 to
344, 359 and 360, 363 to 370, 374 to 384, 394, % of
395, 396 to 398, 399 and 400, 403 to 407, 413 to 424,
« of 425, 426 and 428, 430, 431 to 438, 439 and
440, 443 to 446, % of 450, \ of 452, 453 to 478,
479 and 480, 483 to 518, 619 and 520. 523 to 558,
563 to 574. 559 and 560, 575, 577, 679, 581, 683,
585. 587, making in all 252^ lots.
Section P North, lots No. 433, 434, 476, 712,
714. 716 to 720, both inclusive. 747.
Section Q North, % of lots 266. 268 and 271,
270, 373 to 376. 300, % of 302. 302 to 316, 322,
324, 326, 328, 329 to 356. 361 to 396, 401 to 486.
441 to 476, 481 to 516, 521 to 532, 533, 536, 537,
539. 541 5-13.
In all cases In the foregoing schedules where
figures are specified as from one figure to an
other, they are inclusive of all the intermediate
numbers.
CARL H. RUEMPLER.
Sheriff,
Dated July 22, 1902. r
Jersey City News and Jereey City Herald.
SHERIFF’S SALE.—IN CHANCERY OF NEW
Jersey. , ,
Between Francis P. McManus, complainant,
and Matilda Kleiser and Richard H. Hayes,
defendants.
Fi. Fa. For sale of mortgaged premises.
Returnable October Term. 1902.
Garrison, McManus & Enright, Solicitors.
By virtue cf the above stated writ, to m®
directed and delivered. I shall sell by public
vendue at F. G. Wolbert’s Real Estate Sales
room, No. 47 Montgomery street, Jersey City,
on , .
THURSDAY, the twenty-eighth day of
August, A. D. 1902 .
at^two o’clock in tlie afternoon, all the fol
lowing described land and premises, situate,
lying and being' in the City of Jersey City, in
the County of Hudson, State of New Jersey,
with the appurtenances, being the same describ
ed in said writ, that is to sayt—
First Tract:—Beginning at a point in the
southerly line otf Claremont avenue, distant
twenty and fifty-eight one-hundredths feet
easterly from the intersection of-the southerly
line of Claremont avenue with the easterly
line of Clerk street, and from thence as a point
of beginning, running southerly and parallel
and with the easterly line of Clerk street, one
hundred feet; thence (two) easterly and par
allel with said line of Claremont avenue, twen
ty and fifty-eight one-hundredths feet; thence
(three), northerly and parallel with the first
course, one hundred feet to the southerly line of
Claremont avenue; thence (four) westerly along
the southerly line of Claremont avenue, twenty
and fifty-eight one-hundredths feet to the point
.or place of beginning. Subject, however to the
restriction that no building other than a pri
vate dwelling should, be erected on said Jot for
ten years and that no dwelling should be erect
ed thereon nearer to Claremont avenue, than
a bulking late then In course of erection, two
houses east of the premises in question.
Second Tract:—'Beginning at a point on the
easterly side of Bergen avenue distant -fifty
feet from the northeasterly corner of Bergen
and Jewett avenues, and in the line of land
of Huldah A. Lyons; thence (1), easterly at
right angles to Bergen avenue and along Lyons'
line, ninety-eight and fourteen one-hundredths
feet to lands of John Elsey; thence (2), along
his line southerly about forty-eight feet to the
northerly line of Jewett avenue; thence (3),
westerly along Jewett avenue, one hundred
feet to the easterly, side, of Bergen avenue;
thence (4),‘ northerly along the easterly side of
Bergen avenue, fifty feet to the point or place
of beginning; being the same' premises convey
ed by William Bumsted and wife to Matilda
Kleissr.
Third Tract:—All those certain lots, tracts,
pieces or parcels of land and premises, situate,
lying and being in Jersey City, in the County
of Hudson and State of New Jersey, which on
ascertain map on file in the Register’s Office
of saitt Hudson County, entitled "Map of 275
Building Lots .belonging to Abraham Vreelana.
Town of Bergen, Hudson County, New Jersey.
1866.” are known and designated as lots num
bered twenty-three (23) and twenty-four (24), in
block numbered two (2), fronting on the south
erly side of Orient avenue; being the same
premises conveyed by F. H. Spengeman and
wife to Matilda Kleiser by deed dated August
7th, 1901, and recorded in the o ce of the Reg
ister of Hudson County in Book 785 of Deeds,
on page 153 .
CARL H. RUEMPLER.
Dated July 22, 1902. > ^her*^'
Jersey City News and Jersey Pity Democrat.
SHERIFF'S SALE.—IN CHANCERY OF NEW
Jersey.
Between Fifth Ward Savings R&ijc of Jetsev
City, complainant, and Elizabeth A. Snow, et
al.. defendants.
Fi. Fa. For sale of mortgaged premises.
Returnable October Term, A. D. 1902.
H. M. T. Beckman, Solicitor.
The sale under above-stated writ stands ad
journed to
THURSDAY, August 21st, A. D. 1902,
at real estate sale rooms, No. 47 Montgomery
street, Jersey City, at 2 o’clock p. m.
CARL H. RUEMPLER.
Sheriff.
Dated July 24ttf, A. D. 1902.
Jersey City News and Jersey City Democrat.
CREDITORS OF GEORGE DOTZERT. DE
ceased, are, by order of the Surrogate of
Hudson County, d^ted April 9, 1902, upon ap
plication of the subscribers, notified to bring
in their debts, demands and claims against his
estate within nine months from above date.
HpNRY NUHN, GEORGE J. McEWAN.
Executors._t __ r
CREDITORS OP STEPHEN S. MERSEREATI,
deceased, are, by order of the Surrogate of
Hudson County, dated June 16. 1902, upon ap
plication of the subscriber, notified to bring
In their debts; demand* and claims against
his estate within nine months from above date.
, EVA TAYLOR, Administratrix.
LEGAL NOTICES.
CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE OF NAME AND
DECREASE OF CAPITAL, STOCK.
The Lippert Oil Company, of Boston, Mo^sa- *
Chuaetts, a corporation of New Jersey, doth
hereby certify that it has changed its cor
porate name to that of the "Boston-Lima Ull
Company," and that it has reduced its capital
atock of one million dollars ($1,000,000), c n
sisting of ten thousand UiMXJU) shares of com
mon stock of the par value of one hundred
dollars ($100.00) each to live hundred thousand
dollars (*5uu,QOU.Ouj consisting .of live thousand
(5,000) shares of common stock of the pui
value of one hundred dollars ($100) each; said
decrease of capital stock being effected by sur
render of the shares now owned by each stock
holder and the issue to such stoeknolder ki UcU
thereof- -of one shafe of stock for every two
shares so surrendered.
Said change of name and reduction of capital
stock having been declared by resolutions of
the Board of Directors of said corporation tO
be advisable and having been duly and regu
larly 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 Directors for that purpose, and
the written assent of said stockholders is here
to appended.
The location of the principal office of the cor
poration in this State is at number eighty
three Montgomery street, Jersey City, in th«
County of Hudson, and the name of the agent
therein and in charge thereof upon whom pro
cess against the corporation may be served il
The New Jersey Title Guarantee and Trust
Company.
In witness whereof, said corporation hai
caused this certificate to be signed by iti
President and Secretary and its corporate seaJ
to be hereto affixed on the 26th day of Jun^
nineteen hundred and two.
LIPPERT OIL COMPANY,
By JOHN P. MOR8E,
President*
Attest: GEORGE P. SEWALL, }
(Seal.) Secretary*
\ State of Massachusetts, County of Suffolk, as.
1 Be it remembered, 'that on this 26th day of
June, A. D. 1902, before me, the subscriber, *
Notary Public, personally appeared Geo. P.
Sewall, Secretary of the Lippert Oil Company
of Boston, Massachusetts, the corporation men
tioned in and which executed the foregoing
certificate, who, being by me duly sworn, on
his oath say* that he is such secretary, and
that .the sea! affixed to said certificate is th«
corporate seal of said corporation, the same
being well known to film; that John P. Mors#
is the president of said corporation, and signed
said certificate and affixed said seal thereto, ;
and delivered said certificate by authority of
the board or directors and with the assent of
at least two-thirds in interest of each clas*
of stockholders of said corporation having vot
ing powers as and for his voluntary act and
deed, and the voluntary act and deed of said
corporation, in presence of deponent, who there
upon subscribed his name thereto as witness.
And he further says that the assent hereto
appended is signed by at least two-thirds In:
interest of each class of the stockholders .of
said corporation having voting powers, either
in person or by their several duly constituted
attorneys in fact, thereunto duly authorized
in writing.
GEORGE P. SEWALL.
Subscribed and sworn to before me the day
and year aforesaid.
CHARLES K. COBB,
(Seal.) Notary Public.
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Suffolk, as.
Clerk's Office of Superior Court.
I, Jos. A. Willard, of Boston,:in said County,
duly elected, qualified and sworn as Clerk of
the Superior Court, for and within said County
and Commonwealth, dwelling in Boston, in said
County, said Court being, a Court of record
with a seal which is hereto affixed, the record®
and seal of which Court I have the custody,
do herein and hereby. In the performance of
my duty as said Clerk, certify and attest that
Charles K. Cobb, before whom the annexed
affidavit, proof or acknowledgment was taken
and subscribed, is a Notary Public, for, within
and including the whole of said Commonwealth,
doing business and residing in said County,
and did business and resided in said County
when said proof or acknowledgments purport®
to have been made, duly appointed, commis
sioned, qualified, sworn and authorized by the
laws of said Commonwealth to act as such;
and also duly authorized by the‘laws of said
Commonwealth to take affidavits and certify
proofs of acknowledgments of deeds of ‘ con
veyances for lands, tenements, hereditaments,
lying and being in said Commonwealth; in any
part thereof and to be recorded therein, when
ever situated and however bounded, that he
was at the time of taking the affidavit, proof
or acknowledgment, hereto annexed, such No
tary Public, that due faith and credit are and
ought to be given to his official acts; that I
am well acquainted with his signature and
handwriting, and I verily believe that the sig
nature to the said affidavit, proof or acknowl
edgment is genuine, and, further, that the an
nexed instrument is executed and acknowledged
according to the laws of said Commonwealth.
* Witness my hand and the seal of
said.Court at Boston, in said County
(Seal,) and Commonwealth, this 26th day of
June* A. D. 1902.
JOS. A. WILLARD,
\ Clerk.
STOCKHOLDERS* ASSENT TO CHANGE.
We. the subscribers, being at least two-third*
in interest of each class of stockholders of the
Lippert Oil Company of Boston, Massachusetts,
having voting powers, having, at a meeting
regularly called for the purpose, voted in favor
of changing the corporate name of said cor
poration to that of the “Boston-Litna Oil
Company,” and in favor of reducing the capi
tal stock of one million dollars ($1,000,000),
consisting of ten thousand * GO,000) shares or
common stock of the.par value of one hundred
dollars ($100) each, to the sum of five hundred
thousand dollars ($500,000), consisting of five
thousand (5,000) shares of common stock of the
par value of one hundred dollars ($100) each,
said decrease of capital stock being effected by
surrender of the shares now owned by each
stockholder and the issue to such stockholder
in lieu thereof of one share of stock for every
two shares so surrendered, do now, pursuant
to the statute, hereby give our written?assent
to said changes.
Witness our hands this twenty-sixth -day of
June, nineteen hundred and two.
Names. No. of share*.
C. H. Buswell, by Jos. V. Clark, Atty,
in fact . 100
Charles K. Cobb, by Jos. V. Clark, Atty.
in fact.-.* 80
Jno. F. Edwards, by Jos. V. Clark,
Atty. in fact. 160
Herbert F. French, by Jos. V. Clark,
Atty. in fact. 5
F. S. Gilbert, by Jos. V. Clark, Atty.
in fact . 160
Alfred P. Hanan, by Jos. V. Clark, Atty.
in fact . 160
F. M. Hathaway, by Jos. V. Clark, Atty..
in fact ...
I Julius Hollander, by Jos. V.* Clark, Atty.
in fact. 200
i Charles Hutchins, by Jos. V. Clark,
i Atty. in fact . 100
! Julius Helburn, by Jos. V. Clark, Atty.
in fact . 220
i Henry S. Hills, by Jos. V. Clark, Atty.
in-fact . 530
! T'nirza C. Hills, by Jos. V. Clark, Atty.
in fact .- 130
Arthur S. Johnson, by Jos. V. Clark,
Atty. in fact.:. 6fl>
W. M. Libbey, by Jos.* V. Clark, Atty.
in fact .50
Kate Moll, by Jos. V. Clark, Atty in fact 160
Ed. Moll, by Jos. V. Clark. Atty. in fact 320
Martha E. Murdock, by Jos. V. Clark,
Atty. in fact . I
Louise H. Murdock, by Jos. V. Clark, •
Atty. in fact. 2
Anna C. Murdock, by Jos. V. Clark,
Atty. 1n fact. 3v
Minnie Papcke, by Jos. V. Clark, Atty.
in fact. _ 60
Chas. H. Park, by Jos. V. Clark, Atty.
in fact. c 60
Franklin P. Shumway, by Jos. V. Clark. \
Atty. in fact. % 24®
William O. Walker, by Jos. V. Clark,
Atty. in fact. ^ 30
Arthur J. Wallen, by Jos. V. Clark,
Atty. in fact. 25
WiIlian®T. White, by Jos. V. Clark, .
Atty. in fact. ; 100
William P. Whitman, by Jos. V. Clark.
Atty. in fact . 233
W. Eugene Wilde, by F. A. Bance,
Atty. in fact. 160
: George P. Sewall.. * .
John P. Morse . * 31a \
Endorsed.
*‘Filed July 5, 1902. *
S. D. DICKINSON,
Secretary of State.**
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SHERIFF’S SALE—IN CHANCERY OF NEVPl
Jersey.
Between Mary J. Burns, complainant, ana
Sarah Mandeltort. et al., defendants.
Fi. fa. For Sale of Mortgaged Premise*.
Returnable October Term, 1902.
Louis W. Garrick. Solicitor.
By virtue of the above stated writ, t* me di
rected and delivered, I shall sell by publia
vendue at F. G. Wolbert’s Real Estate Sales
room, No. 47 Montgomery street, Jersey City,
on
THURSDAY, the twenty-eighth flay ot
August. A. D. 1UG2,
at two o'clock in the afternpon, all the follow
■ Ing described land and premises, with the ap
purtenances, being the same described in sai4
writ, that is to say:—
All those two certain lots- of land and premi
ses, situate in Jersey City,' Hudson County,
New Jersey, fronting on the easterly side of
West Side avenue, more particularly described
as follows:—
Beginning at a point in the easterly line of
West Side avenue, one hundred and twenty
five (125) feet southerly, from the intersection
of said easterly'line of West Side avenue, with
the southerly line of Harrison avenue; thence
running (1) easterly at* right angles to West
Side avenue, or nearly so, one hundred <100>
feet; thence (2), southerly and parallel with
West Side avenue, fifty (50) feet; thenco (3),
westerly parallel with the first line run, on*
hundred (100) feet to said easterly side of West
Side avenue; thence (4), northerly along eald
easterly side of West Side avenue, fifty (50)
feet, to the point or place of beginning.
Being the same premises which vvern con
veyed by David Seglin and wife to the -said
Sarah Mandeltort by » deed bearing date the
first day of July, eighteen hundred and ninety
CARL. H. RUEMPLER,
Sheriff.
Rated July 22. 1902. * . ,
Jersey City News and Tha Evening Journal, 1
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