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HUNTED Two Firemen His Captors, So People Looked for Smoke. HAS SAMPLED NEW YORKERS So This Young Turpin Knows Jersey City Laddies Are Better Sprinters. Firemen Charles Conway and Frank Blxkey of No. 1 Truck Company, Grand and Van Vorst streets, and David A Van Wart, a carpenter in the employ of the Fire Department, captured a pocketbook snatcher this morning after a lively ehn se. Mrs. Kate Kilmnrray. of No. 1(51 Sus sex street, was walking along Van Vorst street carrying her purse in her hand where ail the world could see it w hen a well dressed youth, who had been at tracted by its robust appearance, snatch ed it and ran. Mrs. Kilutnrray was too astonished for a moment to more than feebly gasp ‘•Police!” Then she yelled "Fire” as the firemen, who saw the act of larceny com mitted. started in pursuit of the reckless young man. The thief ran along Van Vorst street into Sussex street with the firemen and the department earpeuter a short dis tance behind. Several people who saw the firemen sprinting along the street concluded that they were on their way to a fire and rushed after them. The thief turned the corner into Sus sex street and ran into Day & O'Don nells barrel factory, hiding behind a bar rel. The firemen played hide-and-seek with him for a while, and tlieu grabbed him. The youth whimpered thnt lie hadn't been doin ganytliing. The firemen took Mrs. Kilmurray's purse, which contained $(5.48. away from him and marched their prisoner towards the First precinct sta tion. On the way they met Patrolman John J. Quinn, to whom they surrender ed the custody of the pocketbook grab ber. The prisoner described himsel fto Ser geant Booth as Alfred Roberts. 18 years old. of No. 777 Second avenue, New York City. While he was being searched he said that the Jersey City tirement could give New York firemen some pointers in the art of sprinting. _A_ WIFE HIS HOODOO Lensing Tries to Die Because She Objects to His Leisure —Thirty Days. August Lensing. 35 years old. of No. G12 Park avenue. Hoboken, attempted suicide last nigbt because his wife, So phia, made a complaint against him for failing to provide for her support. Lensing. who is a lnundryman by trade, has been out of work for some time. Yesterday bis wife said she was going to make a complaint against him before Acting Recorder Laverty. “If yon do,” replied Lensing, “1 will kill myself.” Mrs. Lensing. however, mnde the com plaint. When she returned home her hus band asked if she had carried out her threat, and she replied that she hud. Lon ging immediately seized a fork on the table and began stabbing himself in the left wrist. He was arrested before he had done himself any serious injury and was locked up at Police Headquarters. Actiu gRecorder Laverty sentenced him to the County Jail for thirty days. WOMAN’S LEGION RIDE One of the finest trolley parties of Greenville was that of the Woman’s Benevolent Legion of St. Paul’s Catholic Church, on the old Bergen road and Greenville avenue, which left last night for a trip to Verona Lake. Four special cars were chartered, being prettily decorated with American flags and red. white and blue bunting. Long before the cars had arrived to convey the party, large crowds of jolly young people gathered around Danforth and Ocean avenues. Shortly after eight _ o’clock the members and their friends Wiif4e“the start amid the tooting of horns and fell cheering crowd. At the lake the party enjoyed about an hour and a half stay, where dancing and singing entertained the merry throng. Light refreshments were also served. Many of the party took strolls about the fake to see the excellent scenery. The party then embarked on the cars again and the home trip was made in very short time, arriving in Greenville about midnight. ST. JOHN’S PARISH PICNIC. The members of St. John’s R. C. Par ish will be given an outing on the setam er Laura M. Starin, on Saturday next. Dancing and refreshments will be among the features on deck. The young ladies will have charge of the refreshments. -* ST. JOHN’S PUTINS The Young Men’s Society of St. John's German Evangelical Church will hold a trolley outing to Carlstadt. on Tuesday, August 12. Music will be furnished eu route and at Wagner’s Park, where the excursion will be entertained. ! What are Humors? They are vitiated or morbid fluids cours ing the veins and affecting the tissues. They are commonly due to defective diges tion but are sometimes inherited. How do they manifest themselves T In many forms of cutaneous eruption, salt rheum or eczema, pimples and boils, and in weakness, languor, general debility. How are they expelled ? By Hood's Sarsaparilla which also builds up the system that has suffered from them. It is the best medicine tor all humors. LIVE NOTES ABOUT TOWN. Counselor James Hnmill. who was sent by St. Bridget's Lyceum as their delegate to the convention of the Federation of Catholic Societies, held this week in Chi cago. 111., will return tomorrow. Deputy Clerk William O'Reilly of the Tax Office is enjoying the ocean breezes at Atlantic City. Fire Commissioner James Hennessey is spending a ten-days' vacation in the Ca tskills. Alderman Herman Steffens and W il liaui Fox, of New York, came to Jersey City last night to see William and George Wiley, of the W. Wiley Associa tion. They came over in a stylish rig and were admiring the new elevation along Sixth street, when tlie nut which holds the wheel on the axle worked loose and the right-hand front wheel came i ff. Luckily they were going at a slow gait when the accident happened, so no one was hurt. After the damage had been repaired and. the Wiley Association’s rooms reached, they each blamed the other for being the cause. The Aider man does not weigh much over -oO pounds, and solemnly swears that he was on the other side. Fox is also willing to make an affidavit to the effect that lie sat on the left side. The cause of the ar gument was an endeavor to determine whom it was up to, to buy the wine. A large Irish setter came nearly mus ing an accident to a big automobile on the Boulevard, near Gifford Place, about nine o'clock last night. The dog 'stood in the roadway and Would not budge as the automobile came rushing along at a brisk clip. The driver rang his gong a dozen times hoping to scare the beast off. The dog never moved. On came the big machine and it seemed as though a dog was to be ground into sausage meat. The man in charge of the machine shut off the power and stopped within a few feet of the animal, after almost describing a circle in trying to steer out of the way. Some people on the sidewalk had to throw bricks at the dog to chase it away. Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Torrey. with their daughter. Miss Jeannette Torrey, of Magnolia avenue, left today for an ex tended stay at Atlantic City. Register James C. Clarke and family are spending the summer at Shelter Isl and. The electric lights in the Horseshoe were in some kind of trouble last night, and several of them went out at the same time. The light which was most missed was at the Pnvonia ferry. The Electric Light Company, however, quick ly had the lamps in condition again. The many friends of Richard Helmers, of the Happy Home Cafe, at Harrison and Monticello avenues, are anxiously awaiting his return from his wedding trip to Saratoga. Before he left last Sunday for Yonkers, where he was mar ried to Miss Minnie Elirich, lie promised a sumptuous spread for his friends. They are determined to keep him to his prom ise and now await his return in order to give him a royal salute. Horsemen and cyclists traversing the lower Bayonne section of Hudson Boule vard to the Kill von Kull. are likely to be misled by taking the newly macada mized Humphrey avenue, which inter sects the boulevard just below the bridge across the Jersey Central Railroad. While Humphrey avenue is the direct route to the water front the improvement near ly completed only embraces two blocks, the macadamizing ending at West Fifth street. Efforts to have the street im provement continued five blocks to the river failed, owing to the opposition of owners of the majority of lineal feet frontage. Cyclists and horsemen who take that route by mistake can easily regain the Boulevard route by going through the newly macadamized West Fifth street, one block to the westward. Building Inspector Thomas Herbert, of Bayonne, sails for Liverpool, Saturday, accompanied by his daughters. He ex pects to attend a guild meeting of vari ous crofts at Preston, just outside Liver pool. The guild meets once every twenty one years. He will also visit relatives in London. During Building Inspector Herbert’* four weeks’ absence the de partment will be conducted by his de puty, John J. Harding. President Kobert Hoos was the only member of the Tax Board who visited the City Hall this morning. He stopped in only long enough to get a satchel to go out of town. He said he was tired, needed a rest after all the hard work of the past two weeks, and intended to leave the city. Commissioner* Degnan and Lindsay, it is said, also went out of town today. The controversy which has arisen be tween the members of the Hoboken Board of Education over the proposed adoption of the so-called Petalozzian system of instruction in the schools .of that city, lias paused considerable gossip among Hobokeuites in general. Said one man to another last night:— “What do you think of this Pestilnney system'!” “Oh.” replied the other man, “you mean that petty larceny system?” Mr. John C. Payne, engineer to the Itiparian Commissioners, some days ago sent a communication to the New York Harbor I.ine Board in which appeared a sentence with 2SS words in it. He was accosted by a reporter of “The News" this morning and asked when he was going to have another long sentence ready. With a grin, he replied:— “I've a thirty-day sentence for you, if that will do.” _ HIS NOSE ON THE RUN Italian Ruptures a Blood Ves sel and Very Nearly Bleeds to Death. Owing to tlio rupture of a small Mood vessel. Tony Oliva, forty-five years old. of No. 529 Hackensack Plank road. West Hoboken, lias been bleedingconstantly for four days, and is now so weak that his life is despaired of. Oliva keeps a small fruit stand. Last Tuesday, after lifting a heavy box, lie felt a sharp pain in his head. A few minutes later he began to Meed froki the nose. The flow was not very copious but it was steady. He and the members of his family did everything possible to cheek the flow, but without result. No physician was sumomned until yesterday when Oliva became so weak that he fainted. Dr. Monger packed the sufferer’s nose and succeeded in stopping the flow of blood. This morning Oliva commenced to bleed afresh, the packing having been disturbed while the patient slept. Dr. Monger was again sumomned. He again packed the patient's nose. He says he hopes to bring him around all right. CAPT. "JACK” WEEPS. No Hope In Sight of a Gener ous Bar’l for the Shrievalty Fight. Captain .Tack Graham, the distinguish ed Republican statesman, friend of Gen. Grnbb. and bouncer for the party in gen eral, has not yet made up bis mind ns to whom lie will nominate for Sheriff next fall. He is halting between two opinions. “You see,” said lie confidentially to a reporter of “The News,” “we want money to run this campaign with and now where is it coming from? Colonel Tolley would make a good man to%r,.n: that is if the push are with him. Johnny Kaiser is a good fellow and would make a fight, hut has he got the dough?” The doughty captain, with a tear in his eye. was evidently wishing his friend, the general, would run. My. how nice it would be to dip into the lord of Edge water Park's bar’l: that were a consum mation devoutly to be wished, but the captain fears, alas, his fren’ has Hung political ambition far behind him. -9 MOTHER ARRESTS SON. Ho Took Money From Her to Bny a Sailor’s SuP. Allan McCabe, 1C years old. of No. 239 Wayne street, was arrested by De tective Lee this morning on complaint of his mother, Mrs. Hattie McCabe, who says that he stole SO from her trunk. The boy is anxious to become a sailor. He recently applied at the Brooklyn Navy Yard for an appointment as a jackie on one of Uncle Sam’s ships. An old salt gave him the address of a tailor where he could get measured for a sailor’s uniform. He stole the money from his mother with which to pay for the suit. -« MECHANICS’ EXCURSION. Twenty Thousand Juniors to Visit Asbury Augnst 14. The Junior Order of United American Mechanics of Hudson Comity will run an excursion to Asbury Park on Ameri can Day. Thursday. Aug. 14. First sec tion will leave this city via the P. R. R. 8:30 a. m.: second, about 9 a. in.: return ing. trains leave the park G and 10 p. m. Fifteen hundred expect to go from this city, Newark expects to send 5,000. and thousands will come from all parts of The State. The committee estimates that fully 20,000 people will visit the park on this occasion. v -♦ M’DERMOTT ASS’N OUTINC. To the tooting of horns the McDermott Association from Newark took possession of Armbrnsters Greenville Schuetzen "Park Inst night. Many beautifully decorated trolley ears wore chartered for the occasion. The party after a few delays along the road arrived at the park about 9.30 P. M. Dancing was’participated in by both young and old until the bugle was sound ed for the return trip. -* NEWMAN MISSION. The services at the Newman Mission for the week are as follows:— Sunday, 7.45 F. M.—Evangelist Henry Clements, assisted by the singing evan gelists. Boas and Thomas. Tuesday—Superintendent Edgar For rest. assisted by Mrs. Brice Collard and Mr. Scott. Friday,—Superintendent Forrest. A cordial invitation is extended to all these services. “ON A SUNDAY AFTERNOON” There is no place like.Cranberry Fake. Special excursions every Sunday during -the summer season for $1.00. Boating, bathing, fishing, merry-go round, large pavilion affording shelter in ease of rain, splendid restaurant serving meals at reasonable cost. Tickets on sale at local ticket office in Hoboken. VICTORY FOR FAIR PLAY _ I ( License Granted to Mrs. Sanford’s Husband for the Newark Ave nue Cafe. EVEN O’BRIEN VOTED AYE “Excise Eoard” in a Liberal Mood—Several Other Hold Ups Broken, But Some Refusals Too. A victory for justice and fair play was scored last night at the meeting of tiie Hoard of Excise Commissioners. A license was granted for the sale of li quor at “The Bijou” cafe. No. 158 New ark avenue, the rival establishment to that of “Commisli” John O'Brien, which is situated just across the way from it. Seven weeks ago Mrs. Elizabeth San ford was refused a license for the place. Last night’s license was granted to her husband. Joseph Sanford. The vote was unanimous. Even “Commisli” John O'Brien voted “aye.” Seven weeks ago, when Finance Com missioner Bacon was president of the Excise Board, tlie vote was unanimous to refuse a license. Mrs. Sanford wns never able to find out why it was refused. There is nobody in the neighborhood, she could think of, who was against the license. They were all patrons of hers. She and her husband went through the neighborhood to find who opposed her. After a long search it was practically decided that there was no person outside the "Excise Board” who did not want her to make a living. She concluded that Commisli O'Brien was jealous of the amount of business she was doing and wanted to drive lier out. A HARD FIOHT. The public agitation of the case failed to elicit the least ground for the refusal of the license. The “Excise Commission ers" being placed on their defence, prac tically offered none. The police endorsed Mrs. Sanford, and so did iier neighbors, all of whom de nounced tlie mean course pursued by tlie Excise Board. Among those who asserted that she ran a respectable place were men like former Mayor Edward Hoos, former Po lice Commissioner Adolph WalUv, Jr., Jacob Ewald. Mr. Williams, Alderman Daniel Cole, Charles Furst, Henry Perl mutter. Mr. Wolfersou, Mr. IJhillips and Mr. Wood. They all said they frequently ate lunch at Mrs. Sanford’s restaurant, and never noticed anything objectionable about the place. Mrs. Sanford engaged as counsel Mr. Clarence Kelsey and went before the Board in open meeting to learn more about the refusal to give him a license. All was in vain. The Board refused to recognize her. Mrs. Sanford concluded die would sell out and inserted an ad vertisement in tlie newspapers. NEW AFP lIC AT ION. About a week ago it was decided to try again for a license and this time Mr. Sanford put in an application. W hen it was in the hands of the Commission ers, several prominent citizens went be Eore them and urged that a license be granted. Commissioner O’Brien, who has held the reins all along, it is said, didn’t like the notoriety be was getting, so lie told die Commissioners it would be well to give Mr. Sanford a licenser *' It was granted accordingly. Ten minutes after the Excise Board meeting last night Chief of Poilco Mur diy was informed that a license had been granted to Sanford, and the Chief sent svord for him to start in doing business. A reporter for “The News’’ called at Hie Sanfords’ place later in the evening ind found him and his wife in a happy frame of mind. “I want to thank “The Jersey City News” for what it has done for justice in laying the facts in our case before the public.” said Mr. Sanford. “If it wasn't for the showing up that Commissioner O’Brien got, I don’t think we would have ever got our license. It is seven weeks since we’ve been able to do any busi ness. When you consider the expense we are under you can readily determine that money must have been lost. “This corner is one that never paid since the late Sheriff William Heller ran it. until we took hold of it. O'Brien, I think, saw we were doing so much busi ness that he concluded it was doing him harm.” OTHER LICENSES. The Board also granted a license to Samuel -T. Sanger, at No. 233 Monticello avenue, that was held up before Mrs. Sanford's license was refused. Residents and property owners were opposed to Sanger getting a license be cause they thought it would depreciate the value of property in. the neighbor hood. Several influential gentlemen went before the Board for Sanger, and it resulted in his getting a license last night. President Siebert voted against grant ing the license. John W. Cleary was granted a license to sell liquor at No. 18!) Pavcnia ave nue, in a place formerly run by Eugene Sullivan, who was refused a license. President Siebert voted no on this license also. Joseph J. Kern was granted a license to run a saloon at No. 273 Washington street, formerly run by Bernard Lennon. A communication from Kern said be would manufactnrc extracts in the old “Washington Garden’ Concert Hall. John Connolly was refused a license at No. 498 Cowwunipaw avenue, the The Jersey City News. 8 PAGES, 64 COLUMNS, EVERY DAY. An Out and Out Democratic Paper Which Is Fair to Everyone and Contains all the Local News. PRICE ONE CENT. “The News” can be ordered of any newsdealer for house delivery. It can be bought at any of the following places:— . - _ FIRST WARD. M. KANEGSBERG, No. 53 Hudson Street. M. CORDANO, No. 35 Montgomery Street. MRS. KUMAUSKI, No. 141 Moms Street. BIG A LICE BROS., No. 25S Washington Street. FRANK LOGAN, No. 196 Washington Street. MORAN, No. 255 Washington Street. AUGUST FREESE, No. 190 Washington Street. J. BONAS, Newark Avenue and Montgomery Street. .TOHN ICOHL, No. 138 Montgomery Street. JOHN TREACY, Newark Avenue and Grove Street. GORDON & SON. 200 Grand Street. MOEBUS BROS.. No. 120 Newark Avenue. PETER HAGEN, No. 204 Washington Street. FREESE BROS., No. 190 Washington Street. N. BARBASII, No. 108 Sussex Street. HERMAN LINSEN, No. 108 Sussex Street. SECOND AND THIRD WARDS. JOHN ROBERTSON, No. 375 Grove Street. SACHS, No. 388 Grove Street. STOLFER. No. 424 Grove Street. BORDEN, Grove and Third Streets. CAFIERO, No. 454 Grove Street. HARLOW, No. 491 Grove Street. j NEILSEN, No. 200 Pavonia Avenue. McGrath, Stand foot of Pavonia Avenue. Erie De pot. MRS. ANNIE HAYES, No. 571 Grove Street. MRS. BROWN, No. 600 Grove Street. T. TAYLOR. Grove and Fifteenth Streets. NICHOLAS, No. 338 Third Street, corner Newark Avenue. _ FOURTH AND FIFTH WARDS. HACKMAN, Erie and Seventh Streets. Stand, Newark Avenue nnd Jersey —ve nue. FLETCHER. Newark Avenue and First Street. J. DOUGLAS. No. 350 Montgomery Street. PATRICK KILLEEN. No. 20 Bright Street. JOHN N1CKOLSON, No. 53 Brunswick Street. J. CUFF, No. 82 Brunswick Street. LOUIS SPETGANG, No. 32S Grand Street, j-., LUITKA. No. 204 Grand Street. LAFAYETTE SECTION. JOHN BRENNAN. No. 308 Communipaw Avenue. WILLIAM WALL, No. 352 Communipaw Avenue. SHERMAN, No. 400 Pacific Avenue. M. EDELSOHN, No. 373 Communipaw Avenue. place formerly run by G. A. Beal. Com missioner O’Brien was excused from vot ing on this license. The following appli eatonsi were laid over:—•Tosepli Nevius, No. 432 Jackson avenue: Ernest Henkel, No! 158 Van Winkle street: William L. McNnmee, No. 483 Grove street. Joseph Quirk put in an application for a license at No. 273 Henderson street, but withdrew it before the meeting. John Bell was refused a license some time ago at the same place. Licenses were also granted to:—An- j gust Bewick, No. .320 Henderson street; John W. Kenettisie, No. 37 Sussex street: Allan Merrsinger, No. 127 Baro nin avenue; Dennis Hopper, No. 654 Henderson street; M. McLaughlin, No. 477 Washington street; Frederick Zer gen, No. 241 Old Bergen Road. -« ST. JOHN’S LADIES’ PARADE, i _ i ! The Ladies' Aid Society of St. John’s j Evangelical Church, on Fail-view neve- | nue, has arranged for a parade and pic nic at Arlington Park. Bnnlvnrd and West Fifty-first street. Bayonne, on Thursday. August 14. Rain or shine the parade will leave the church at 2 P. M. Banding and prize bowling will ■be the features of the occasion. 1 JAMES MURPHY, No. 272 Whiton Street RAMSEY’S No. 491 Comraunipnw Avenue, Junction of Grand Street. M. COHAN, No. 490 Communipaw Avenue, Junction of Grand Street. EIGHTH AND NINTH WARDS. CONRAD SCHOTT, No. 23 Orchard Street. JOHN CRAIG, No. 42S Jackson Avenue. MOSTWILL. No. 132 Monticello Avenue. PLATKIN, Jackson and Virginia Avenues. H. MINER, No. 91 Clerk Street. GOGLIN, Bramhall and Bergen Avenues. TIMMONS, No. 550 Grand Street. MRS. MEYERS. No. 598 Grand Street. DAVISON, Bergen Avenue and Montgomery street. TENTH WARD. SINNOT, No. 842 West Newark Avenue. GREENVILLE SECTION. J. BLOCK, No. 389 Ccean Avenue. FRIED LAND, No. 184 Ocean Avenue. REIN. Old Bergen Road and Lihden Avenue. MRS. KELLY. No. 453 Ocean Avenue. , C. LORENZO, No. 620 Ocean Avenue. MRS. RYAN, No. 535 Ocean Avenue. C. ALBRECHT, No. 823 Ocean Avenue. HUDSON CITY SECTION. JOHN NEARY, Stand under North Hudson Railway Trestle, Newark Avenue and Oakland Avenue. WEISftORD, Newark Avenue and Five Corners. BKOCKHURST, 518 Newark Avenue. H. MARCOWS, 567^4 Palisade Avenue. HOCKENBERG. No. 88 Central Avenue. STOLPER. No. 125 Oakland Avenue. GERMAN, 85 Jefferson Avenue. BAYONNE. L. W. THOMPSON & SON, 17 West Eighth street. ROBERT BRITTON, 22d street and Avenue C. J. ROSE. 34th street and Avenue C. NEW YORK CITY. TOM ANGUS, Twenty-third Street Ferry, New York City. Cortlandt Street Ferry House, New York Side. Desbrosses Street Ferry House, New York Side. Chamber Street Ferry House. New York City. NOTE—All Dealers who sell the “News” on stands and whose names are not mentioned in the above list, can have the same published by leaving then names and addresses at “The Jersey City News” Office, No. 251 Washington STATE OF NEW JERSEY—DE PARTMENT OF STATE. CERTIFICATE OF DISSOLUTION. To all to whom these presents uiay come, Greeting: Whereas, It appears to my satisfac tion, by duly authenticated record of the proceedings for the voluntary dissolution thereof by the unanimous consent of all the stockholders, deposited in my office, that the Flint, Dearborn and Company, a corporation of this State, whose prin cipal office is situated at No. 15 Ex change place, in the City of Jersey City. County of Hudson and State of New Jersey (The Corporation Trust Company of New Jersey being agent therein and in charge thereof, upon whom process may he served), has complied with the requirements of “An Act concerning cor porations (Revision of I80G),'’ prelimin ary 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 twenty-fourth day of .Time. 15)02, file in my office a duly executed and attested consent in writing to the dissolution of said cor- : poration, executed by all the stockholders thereof, which said consent and the rec ord of the proceedings aforesaid are now' on file in my said office us provided by law. In testimony whereof. I have hereto set m.v hnnd and affixed (Seal.) my official seal, at Trenton, this 1 twenty-fourth day of June. A.D. one thousand nine' hundred and ' two. S. D. DICKINSON. Secretary of State. DAVIS TAILORING COMPANY, Corner WARREN and MONTGOMERY STREETS. To the Public: ON OPENING our TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT, we wish to greet the public in general. No more need to go to New York to get a First Class Tailor Made Suit. We have fitted up the finest and best Tailoring ESTABLISHMENT in the STATE of New Jer sey with a very large stock of foreign and dom estic high class woolens, We employ professional CUTTERS and the best of TAILORS, Our aim is to please our customers and give full satisfac tion to all and sell at moderate prices to every one. We keep your clothes purchased from us in repair free of charge. FALL and WINTER styles now ready for inspection, DAVIS TAILORING COMPANY, lOO MONTGOMERY ST. Cor WARREN ST. AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION OF NEW JERSEY PROPOSED BY THE LEG ISLATURE OF 1902:— Be it Resolved, By the Senate (the House of Assembly concurring) that the following amendments to the constitution of this State be, and the same are hereby proposed, and when the same shall be agreed to by a ma jority of members elected to the Senate and House of Assembly, the said amendments shall be entered on their journals, with the yeas and nays taken thereon, and referred to the Legislature next to be chosen, and shall be | published for three months previous to the | first Tuesday after the first Monday of No- , vember next (being the fourth day of said month), in at least one newspaper of each county, if any be published therein, the said newspapers to be designated by the President of the Senate, the Speaker of the House of Assembly and the Secretory of State. ARTICLE V. EXECUTIVE, 1. Insert in lieu of paragraph 10, a new para graph, as follows:— 10, The Governor, or person administering the government, the Chancellor and the Attor- . ney-General, or two of them of whom the Governor, or person administering the gov ernment. shall be one, may remit fines and forfeitures and grant pardons, after convic tion, in all cases except impeachment. . ARTICLE VI. JUDICIARY. 1. Insert in lieu of Section II., a new section, as follows:— .1 The Court of Errors and Appeals shall consist of a Chief Justice and four Associate Judges, or any four of them. 2. In case any Judge of said court shall be disqualified to sit in any cause, or shall b? unable for the time being to discharge the duties of his office, whereby the whole number of Judges capaole of sitting shall be reduced below four, the Governor shall designate a Justice of the Supreme Court, the Chancellor or a Vice-Chancellor, to discharge such duties until the disqualification or Inability shall C€3a8The Secretary of State shall be the clerk of this court. 4. When a writ of error shall be brought, any Judicial opinion in the cause, in favor of or against any error complained of, shall be assigned to the court in writing; when an ap peal shall be taken from an order or decree of the Court of Chancery, the Chancellor or Vice-Chancellor making such decree or order shall inform the court in writing of his reasons therefor. 5. The jurisdiction heretofore exercised by the Supreme Court by writ of error shall b» exclusively vested in the Court of Errors and Appeals; but any writ of error pending in the Supreme Court at the time of the adoption of this amendment shall be proceeded upon as if no change had taken place. SECTION IV. 1. Insert in lieu of paragraph 1, a new para graph, as follows:— 1. The Court of Chancery shall consist of a Chancellor and such number of Vice Chancellors as shall be provided by law. each of whom may exercise the jurisdiction of the court; the court shall make rules governing the hearing of causes and the practice of the court, where the same is not regulated by statute. SECTION V.. 1. At the end of paragraph 1, add the follow ing:— The court may sit in divisions at the same or different times and places. Strike out paragraph 3. SECTION VI. 1. Insert in lieu of paragraphs 1 and 2, the following:— The Court of Common Pleas shall be con stituted and held In each county in such man ner as may be provided by law. ARTICLE VII. CIVIL OFFICERS. SECTION II. 1. Insert in lieu of paragraph 1, a new para graph, as follows:— 1. Judges of the Court of Errors and Appeals, Justices of the Supreme Court, the Chance’Ur, the Vice-Chancellor and the Judges of the Cir cuit Court and of the Court of Common Pleas shall be nominated by the Governor and ap pointed by him with ■ the advice and consent of the Senate; all persons now holding any office in this paragraph named, except the Judges of the Court of Errors and Appeals as heretofore existing, shall continue in the exer cise of the duties of their respective offices according to their respective commis sions or appointments; the Judges of the Court of Errors and Appeals, except those fltst ap pointed; the Justices of the Supreme Court, the Chancellor and the Vice-Chancellors shall hold their offices for the term of seven years, and shall, at stated times, receive for their servic.3 a compensation which shall not be diminished during the term of their appointment; and they shall hold no other office under the gov ernment of this State of the United States; the Judges of the Court of Errors and Appea's first appointed shall be appointed one for three years, two for five years and two for seven years*; Judges of the Court of Common Pleas shall hold their offices for the term of five ; years. Strike out paragraph 2. | ST UTE OF NEW JERSEY—DE-| PARTMENT OF STATE. CERTIFICATE OF FILING OF CON SENT BY STOCKHOLDERS TO DISSOLUTION. To all to whom these presents may eome, 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 Jersey 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 i of Hudson. State of New Jersey (The Corporation Trust Company of New .Ter- j soy being the agent therein and in chnrge thereof, upon whom process may be servedi. has complied with the require- : inents of “An Act concerning corpora tions (Revision of 189G).” preliminary to j 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 i corporation did, ou the twelfth day of July. 1fK)2. file in my office a duly exe- ! cuted and attested consent in writing to ; the dissolution of said corporation, exe- ' cuted by more thou 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. CREDITORS OF GEORGE STRAT- ! ford, deceased, are. by order of the | Surrogate of Hudson County, dated May . 2. 1002. upon application of the snbscrib- j ers, notified to rbing in their debts, de mands and claims nganist his estate | within nine months from above date. : DELFHINE ANTOINETTE STRAT- I FORD, HERBERT R. STRAT FORD. ARTHUR C. STRATFORD, Executors. CREDITORS OP GEORGE DOTZERT. DE- : ceased, are, by order of the Surrogate -of 1 Hudson County, dated April 9, 1902. upon ap plication of the subscribers, notified to brtng , In their debts, demands and claims against h!« ; estate within nine months from above date ; HENRY NUUN. GEORGE 1. Me EWAN, j Executor*. CORPORATION NOTICE CORPORATION NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that on the 5th day ol August, 1802, the Commissioners oi Assessment filed In the office of the Clerk of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners their final assessment map and report for the construct!©* of a SEWER IN HAGUE STREET, from a point about ninety feet west of Hudson Boulevard to and connecting with the sewef in Nelson avenue, in accordance with petition previously presented to said Board on the 8th day of August, 1899. and conformably to the provisions of Chapter 217 of the Laws of 1395, and the same is now open to public inspection in the office of the Clerk of said Board. And notice is also given that the following street or avenue or particular sectioh t ereof is included in said assessment, namely:— HAGUE STREET. from a point about 111.8 feet east of Nelson avenue to a point about 80 feet west of Hudson Boulevard. And that in accordance with the provision* of the Act above cited the 19th day of August, 1902, at 2 o’clock P. M., and the Assembly Chamber of the City Hall are hereby fixed as the time and place when and where the Board of Street and Water Commissioners will meet to hear, contider and adjudicate upon all objections to the confirmation of said final assessment map and report that may be pre sented in writing. By order of the Board of Street and Water Commissioner*. GEO. T. BOUTON. Clerk. Dated Jersey City, August 9, 1902. CORPORATION NOTICE. Notice is* hereby given that on the 6th day of August, 1902, the Commissioners of Assescment filed in the office of the Clerk of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners their final assessment map and report for the IMPROVEMENT OF FAIRVIEW AVENUE, between Hudson Boulevard and West Side ave nue, in accordance with petition previously presented to said Board on the 14th day of May, 1901, and conformably to the provisions of Chapter 217 of the Laws of 1895, and the same is now open to public inspection in the office of the Clerk of said Board. And notice is also given that the following streets or avenues or particular sections thereof are included in said assessment, namely:— FAIRVIEW AVENUE, from Hudson Boule'vard to' West Side avenue. WEST SIDE AVENUE, on the northeast side, from Fairview avenue to points about 32 feet northeast and 15 feet northwest thereof. HUDSON BOULEVARD, on the southwest side, from Fairview avenue to points about 130.31 feet northeast and 2M.03 feet southeast thereof. And that in accordance, with the provision* of the Act above cited the 19th day of August, 1902, at 2 o’clock P. M., and the Assembly Chamber of the City Hall are hereby fixed ao the time and place when and where-the Board of Street and Water Commissioners will meet to hear, consider and adjudicate upon a'.l ob jections to the confirmation of said final as sessment map and report that may be pre sented in writing. By order of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners. GEO. T. BOUTON. Clark. Dated Jersey City, August 9, 1902. CORPORATION NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that on the 5th day of August. 1902, the Commissioners of Assess ment filed in the office of the Clerk of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners their final assessment map and report for the IMPROVEMENT OF PERINE STREET, between High street and lands of the Pennsyl vania R. R. Co., in accordance with petition previously presented to said Board on the Rrh day of October, 1901, and conformably to the provisions of Chapter 217 of the Laws of 1895, and the same is now open to public Inspection In the office of the Clerk of said Board. And notice is also given that the following street or avenue or particular section thereof is included in said assessment, namely:— PERINE STREET. from High street to a point about 340 feet northwesterly thereof. And that in accordance with the provisions of the Act above cited the 19th day of August, 1902, at 2 o’clock P. M., and the Assembly Chamber of the City Hall are hereby fixed as the time and place when and where the Board of Street and Water Commissioners will meet to hear, consider and adjudicate upon all objections to the confirmation of said final as sessment map and report that may be pre sented in writing. By order of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners. GEO. T. BOUTON, Clerk. Dated Jersey City, August 9, 1902. CORPORATION NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that on the 5th day of August. 1902, the Commissioners of Assess ment filed in the. off ice of the Clerk of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners their final assessment map and report for the IMPROVEMENT OF JEWETT AVENUE, between Monticello avenue and a point 523 feet west of Bergen avenue, in accordance with petition previously presented to said Board on the 4th day of November, 1901, and conformably to the provisions of Chapter 217 of the Laws of 1895. and the same Is now open to public Instruction in the office of the Clerk of said Board. And notice is also given that the following streets or avenues or particular sections there of are included in said assessment, namely:— JEWETT AVENUE. from Monticello avenue to a point about 528 feet west of Bergen avenue. BERGEN AVENUE. on the west side, from Jewett avenue to points about 70.60 feet northeast and 77.10 feet south west thereof. BERGEN AVENUE. on the east side, from Jewett avenue to points about 26.30 feet northeast and 86.94 feet south west thereof. MONTICELLO AVENUE, on the west side, from Jewett avenue to po'nts about 20.60 feet northeast and 40.44 feet south west thereof. And that In accordance with the provisions of the Act above cited the 19th day of August, 1902. at 2 o’clock P. M.. and the Assembly Chamber of the City Hall are hereby fixed as the time and plac* when and where tho Board of Street and Water Commissioners wlM meet to hear, consider and adjudicate upen all objections to the confirmation of said final assessment map and report that may be pre sented in writing. By order of the Board of Street and Water Commission*!#* GEO. T. BOUTON. Clerk. Dated Jersey City, August 9, 1902. SHERIFF'S SALE.—IN CHANCERY OF NEW Jersey. Between Fifth Ward Saving* Bank of Jersey City, complainant, and Elizabeth A. Snow, «4 &!.. defendants. Fi. Fa. For sale of mortgaged premises. Returnable October Term, A. D. 1902. H. M. T. Baekman. 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 24th, A. D; 1902. Jersey City News and Jersey City Democrat. TH E FI N AlT A C COUNT O F TH E SUB scribers, executors of Mlc'hael J. Joyce, deceased, will be settled by the Hudson County Orphans* Court on June 27, 1902. THE ACCOUNT OF THE SUBSCRIBER. executor of Joseph D. Ervin, deceased, will be settled by the Hudson County Orphans* Court on July 11. 1902. LEON ERVIN.