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-- LAST EDIT,ON. V $ |-jsr u*t WMt»k WM YQL. XIY.-NO. 4173. -1- ;'tf~PRICE ONE CENfr ” WHALEN MUST GO Fire Board Dismisses Him for Unbecoming Con duct and Intoxioar tion. _ N FIREMAN WOOD ACQUITTED Former Signal Superinten dent Speicher's Resigna tion Accepted. . ; ■ Fireman Michael Whalen, of No. 14 Engine Company, was last night dis missed from the Fire Department, after being tried before the Board of Fire Com missioners 'on two charges—unbecoming conduct and intoxication. On the latter charge he was, in the estimation of the Board, proven not guilty. He plead guil ty to the former charge. Whalen’s trou ble arose over an assault he made on Fireman William J. Wood, of No. 3 Truck, during a lire on Sunday, March 1, at Davey’s Oakum Works, Summit and Eaidlaw avenues. He was accused of beiug intoxicated while on duty and was suspended at the time by Fire Chief Conway. The Chief testified last night that Whalen was intoxicated. Battalion Chief Kern and the men of No. 12 En gine Company testified last night that, in thgir opinion, Whalen was not intoxi cated. Wood was tried on the charge of un becoming conduct and was acquitted. It was the testimony hi favor of Wood that so badly damaged Whalen's chances. Four reputable citizens. George Lutz, James Jackson, A. H. Fieckserhaar and Charles Device, testified that Whalen's assault on Wood was unprovoked; that •- Whalen struck- Wood twice before the j.^.fter went into fight the fire and again Set-iA him twice -when he came out. It was not till then that Wood struck back, and then in self-defence. Hosemau James J. Baker, of No. 14 Engine Company, was promoted to driver of No. 3 truck, and Thomas A. Kehoe was appointed hoseman of Engine Com pany No. 14, the appointment to take effect April 1. . The resignation of Mahlon Speielier, telegraph lineman, who was recently ap pointed as superintendent of the police signal system, was received and accept ed, and Frank Moersdorf was appointed to fill the vacancy, the appointment to take effect March 15. Applications for membership of the department was received from Leonard Everett, John W. Kaiser, John F. ^.ynch and Herman Kohle, Jr. Chief Conway reported that during the month of February losses by fire in the city amounted to $22,325. The insurance on the properties amounted to $47,800. The ■-amount of insurance paid was $20, 725. There were thirty-nine alarms rung, of which 24 were by telegraph. LAST PARK CHURCH RECITAL Successful Climax to a Successful Series Last Night. Before an audience which completely filled the church the series of organ re citals in the Park Reformed edifice came last night to a brilliant clese. The organ selections played by Mr. W. P. Williams were but two, Rossini's “C«jus Ani mam,"’ and a fantasia on Irish airs, in cluding “Tara’s Halls,” “Eveleen’s Bower,” “Kathleen Mavournen,” “Con nemara,” and “The Manstrel Boy." The vocalists of the evening were Miss Jessie Parker, soprane, who sang with splendid effect; W. II. Rieger, tenor; Mr. Washington Ryno, basso; Maser Ohanles Arthur Bradley, solo soprano of St. Thomas’s, New York, and Master Henry Harman, of Park Church choir. All were received with favor and had to re spond to calls for encores. Mr. Rieger made a special hit in his sacred aria, “Dolorosa,” and in the Miserere scene from Verdi’s “Trovatore,” sung with Miss Payker and a chorus of male voices. Master Bradley proved to be one of the prime favorites of the evening. The five recitals have been attended' by good luck as well as by musical en thusiasm. Nof^one artist in the whole series failed to keep his or her appoint ment. No change of programme was ne cessitated and on every evening the wea ther was highly propitious. TO CORE A COED IK OKfe DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. '/ 'Ail druggists refund the money if it fails S? c»re. £> W- Qrm’* mgratrure to on TALKING TROLLEY % Businessmen Aaxious to Know Who Is Behind the Deal. The proposed trolley merger was the topic of considerable discussion among downtown business men today. On every hand the question was asked: “Who is* behind the deal?” The rumor that Mr. ThomaS A.~Nev ins, who represents the syndicate which made the offer to combine the roads un der a lease for years, was backed by Jersey capitals was disproved this morning by another to the effect that New York capitalists were behind the deal. The interests of the Pennsylvania Rail road in the proposed merger are extreme ly important, as any combination of the lines under a syndicate would, it is said, greatly injure the Pennsylvania's suburb an traffic. The committee of directeri appointed at yesterday’s meeting of the trolley com panies. to consider the proposition of the syndicate; consists of Edward F. C. Young, John D. Crimmius, vice-president of the City Trust Company of New York; A. J. Cassatt, president of the Pennsyl vania Railroad Company; Randal Mor gan, vice-president of the United Gas Improvement Company; John I. Water bury, president of the Manhattan Trust Company of New York, and Thomas N. McCarter, vice-president of the iFdelity Trust Company of Newark. The proposition will be again discussed by the directors at a meeting to be held next Monday. EXCISE BOARS BUSTER. Measure Permits Mayer Fagan to Name Bi-Partisan Body. (Special to “The Jersey City News.”) TRENTON, March 13, 1993.—Secre tary of State Samuel D. Dickinson car ried his fight for control of' the Jersey City Excise Board into the Senate yes terday,^when Senator Bradley, of.Cam den, introduced a bill to legislate out of office the Democratic Board elected last fall, and give Mayor Fagan the naming of a new bi-partisn bord. This pin was incorporated' in a bill in troduced in the House erly in the ses sion by Mr. Colby, of Essex. As a part of an agreement or understanding by the terms of which the Hudson, Democrats voted for the Colby normal school bill and the trunk sewer’bill, Colby a few weeks ago withdrew the excise measure and the members of the Essex delegation have sine^ refused to tak any part in Colonel Dickinson’s plans. For the last wek the Hudson Repub-' lican leader has used every effort to try to bring the Essex Assemblymen to his aid, but failed to do so. Then he went to the Senate. Senators said yesterday that the bill would pass that body as a parry measure. CANAL HEARING TUESDAY, Resolution to Have It' Before Heme As the Committee of the Whole. (Special to “The Jersey City News.”) TRENTN, March 18, 1903.—A hear ing on the Morris Canal abandonment bill is to be given in tiie House next Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Boyd, of Essex who introduced the measure, offered a resolution this morning to have the hear ing before the house sitting as. a commit tee of the whole. Mr. Montgomery, Chairmaliof the Rail roads Committee, which has the bill in charge, opposed the proposition on the ground that the hearing should be held before his committee- The resolution went over. NEW CHILD LABOR BILL. (Special to “The Jersey City News.’’) TRENTON, March 13, 1903.—After being fought over and several times amended within the last two or three weeks the new child labor hill passed the House yesterday without oposition. In its present shape, as it will- go to the Senate,.the minimum employment age is fixed at fourteen years for boys and ■sixteen yeaTS for girls. Children under twelve years of age are cforbidden selling or delivering news papers before 5.30 in the morning, after 7 o’clock in the night and during school hours. / _A-__ GRAND JURY INDICTMENTS The Grand Jury is in session this af ternoon and it is expected will come into court and hand up an addtional hatch of indictments, including those for resisting au officer and assault with intent to kill recently found against two of the three Caristadt post office robbers, who are So he tried on Monday. ' . SHOOTING COMPETITIONS Dates for Rifle Pratlce at the Armory for April. Colonel Smith, through Adjutant Ger ardin, has issued this circular:— Jersey City, March 11, 1063. Circular No. 1. The inspector of rifle practice will ar range for armory competition between company teams during the week com mencing Monday, April 6, inst. Conditions:— 1. Teams will consist of ten men (offi-' cers not barred). 2. Seven shots standing, seven prone. 3. Each man, in ordsfto be eligible to, shoot on tearm, must have'been a mem-*; ber of the Company he represents at least three months, and have performed at least 56 per cent, of dut/^during cur rent drill season. 4. Match will begin promptly at 8 P. M. 5. Two hours will be allowed to each, team. 6. Ammunition will be that furnished by the regiment. f 7. Blount’s Manual will govern these matches. Prize.—Statuette “Devant Santiago” nies G and H; Tuesday, April 7, of Officers’ Trophy” and to be held for one year by the company whose team makes the highest score. t Schedule.—Monday, April 6, Compa (before Santiago) knwon as “the Board Companies I and K; Wednesday, April 8, Companies A and C: Thursday, April 9, Companies B and B: Friday, April 10. Companies E and F: Saturday, April 11, Company M and Band. TO REPORT JERSEY FISH BILL House Committee Favors Restricting the Use of Pound Nets and Fykes (Special to "The Jersey City News.") TRENTON, March 13, 1903—The wholesale destruction of food' fish along the Jersey Coast formed the topic for three hours of animated discussion at the hearing before the House Committee on Game and Fisheries yesterday afternoon on Assemblyman Lehlbaeh’s Bill restrict ing pound and fyke net fishing in the waters of Sendy Hook bay, Staten Island Sound" and their tributaries. During the day Chairman William H. Brown received more than a hundred tele grams and twice that many letters urg ing favorable action on the bill. Besides these, two petitions, one signed by citi zens, the other by large property owners along the coast, were received indorsing the bill. Among the signers of the letter were Cornelius W. Bliss, Gordon T. Hugjies, John Harson Rhodes, George F. Baker, M. C. D. Borden, Henry S. Wil son, H., L. Tirrill and William Barclay Parsons. Salt water fishermen turned out in force and urged upon the committee the importance of protecting the coast from fish pirates, not alone for the sake of sportsmen, but for economic and commer cial reasons. Arrayed against them was a delegation of pound nte fishermen who had employed former Assemblyman Sny der to look after their interests. This delegatioh argued that the passage of the bill would deprive them of a livelihood and that pound fishing is- not diminishing the supply of edible fish, even if it does not actually increase it by ridding the waters of fish that would otherwise feed on the_ spawn. The bill permits fishing with a drift net, sweep net or seine at any time of the year, adn with all kinds of nets from April 1 to June 1, The committee will report the bill fa yorabiy. “Better out than in”—that humor that you notice. To be eure it's out and all out, take Hood’s Sarsaparilla. THe> Jersey City News. Job Printing. Business Cards Letter Heads Bill Heads'" Envelopes Circulars. Boon WoRn. Law Briefs Pamphlets Programmes Catalogues By-Laws _ WASHINGTON STREET. FOR GOOD ROADS / -- Hudson County’s Associa tion to Hold a Meeting March 17 in Hoboken. The annual meeting o£ thf Good Boads Association will be held next Tuesday evening, the 17th inst., at the Quartette Club (singing room). The following cir cular, entitled “ .AFew Facts,” has be«i issued by Udo F. Boelker, the secre tary:— “In eight years the State of New Jer sey has spent nearly $900,000 towg^te,' .'aiding the building ef good roads. “CM this amount, Hudson County has obtained $6,500, Bergen County nothing, Mercer County $170,000, Burlington ^County about $180,000, and Essex Coun ty. about $100,000. “We want good roads! Do you know of any more thoroughly rotten roads than (ours in Hudson County, and those in the adjacent sections of Bergen County V JLook at the old Weehawken. Boulevard! iLook at the old read leading to Gotten iberg! Look at the thoroughly miserable roads from Hudson Heights to-Fort Lee! Look at our Hudoon Boulevard, a road that cost $3,06®,06®, and which in many places for miles is fully as bad as any country mud road! Electric lights are out nearly sixty nights in the year; lamps are continually broken, the wires cut and stolen from the poles; hold-ups by thugs frequent and automobile racing at any gait constant; all this is due to no polic ing from Jersey City north, including the --Loop. The viaduct at Seventeenth street over the Erie tracks has not been cleaned for months—the Commissioners neglect ing to even clean the drains so that the water can flow off. The sidewalks on the Loop are in a vile condition, and the whole road is a disgrace to a civilized community. “We want our share of the State money to help build roads. “We want you to come to our meet ing. If you are a good citiaen and feel the need of a radical change in the care of our streets and roads, you will come to our meeting on March .17. “We need you. Present conditions are due to an absolute lack of interest and the apathy of the community. Is. it not abotu time for all good- citizens to take an interest in this movement? “Every State in the union is waking up to the need of good roads. We, in Hudson County, should not be the last. ‘^State Road Commissioner JJudd as well as the Boulevard Commissioners have ben invited to attend this meet ing.” MISS CHESLEY’S PUPILS PLAY Delightful Musieale Last Night on Arlington Avenue Miss Carrie E. Chesley and her pupils gave a delightful musieale at Miss Ches ley’s residence. No. 347 Arlington avenue, last night. The audience was most en thusiastic, which was not surprising, as the quality of the work justified all the applause bestowed. Part one opened with a composition of Gobbaert’s “Marche Triomphale,” ar ranged for six hands. The Misses May Wilson, Mildred Yosbnrgh and Helen [ Francis were the players.* This was fol I lowed by “©n^the Plains,” by Sartorio, given by Miss Irma Yosburgh, after which Miss May Wilson played Miss Heins’s “The iVvandiere in Camp.” Miss Mildred Vosburgh then showed much ver satility of style in two pieces. “Bouree,” by Couppey, and “Rondo Mignou,” by Baumfelder. ' “The Butterfly,” Merkel, by Miss Helen Francis, brought the first half of the concert to a close. Miss Chesljy anil Miss Lakewood be gan part two with “O Thou Sublime, Sweet Evening Stftr,” Wagner, and “Spanish Dance,”1 Moskowski These pieces prere beautifully rendered. Mas ter T. Atwood Pierce, Jr., wjth one of Mendelssohn’s “Sangs Without Words,” and Master Ralph Hood, with Leybach’s “Fifth Nocturne,” demonstrated that the masculine element amongst Miss Cbes ley’s pupils was not inferior to the fem inine. Miss Norma Lockwood followed with “Nocturne, Op. 9, No. 2,” Oliopin. The closing numbers were charming. Miss Chesley’^ selections gave excellent opportunity for a display of the artistic skill which everybody knows hex to pos * sess. The compositions were “Gavotte," Silas; “Bird Study,” Henselt, and Walt* (Eminorl, Chopin. TO THE RAGING PUBLIC We are ppps time the Irish by which its or Write for prosp IRISH syst: co. Suite 13-14, No. EMMET’S BIRTHDAY. reat Celebration Sunday Night at Elks Hall. The one hundred and twenty-fifth anni versary of the birth of Robert Emmet, Ireland's patriot martyr, will be celebrat ed under the auspices of the Wolfe Tone Club Clan-na-Gael, with the co-operation of the United Irish Societies, at Elks' Hall on next Sunday evening. Hon. James J. Murphy will preside. The Rev. Eugenp Sheehy, of County Limerick, Ireland, will deliver the ora tion. Thau Father Sheehy, it is said, no man is better qualified to handle the .subject. He has been, a close student of the Irish question, and, besides, he is recognized as one of the greatest orators of the age. • Hon. James Hamill, Hon. William McAdoo. former Assistant Secretary of the Navy; James A. Murtha, of Brook lyn, and John M. Wall, of New York, •will be among the other orators. The musical part of the programme will con sist of appropriate Irish songs and music of a high order. All admirers of Emmet and friends of Ireland are invited to attend the celebra tion to pay a fitting tribute to the mem ory of the noblest type of Irish patriot ism. --w WEATHER INBIGAT10NS. NE.W YORK, March 13, 1903.—Forecast for the thirty-six hours ending 8 P. M. Saturday: —Fair tonight, rain tomorrow; variable winds, mostly west. Hart* •tt'i Report. March 12. Reg.! 3 P. M,. 51! 6 P. M. 52 9 P. M..49 12 Midnight...4j>! March 13. * Re*. 6 A. M.,.... 50 9 A. M....52 ! 12 Noon. DIED GPOLDEN.—On Thursday, March 12, 1903, Jen nie A., daughter of Sarah Fanning (nee Golden) and the late Edward Golaen, aged 19 years. Relatives and friends are respectfully in vited to attetid the fijneral services frairt her late residence, No. 529 Communlpaw avenue, on Monday, March 16, at 9 A. M.; thence to. St. Patrick’s Church, where a-solemn mass of requiem win be offered for the happy repose of her soul. BAXTER.—-On Wednesday, March 11, 1903, after brief illness, Catherine, the beloved I wife of the late Patrick Baater. Relatives and friends 6i the fatMIy are. re- i spectfully invited to attend the funeral frb«n • the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Julia C. Brice, No. 62 Grand street, dh-Saturday, March 14, at 9 A. M.; thence, to St. Fever’s R. C. Church, where a sofl&nn high mhss otr requiam will be ofTered for the happy repose of her soul. , BURKE.-On Wednesday. March 11, 1903, Mar garet A. Burke, in her 64th year, at her late residence, No. 119 yroom street. Interment at Part Jervis on Saturday morn ing. Kindly omit flowers. FARtRiINGTON.^-In this city, March 11, 1903, Bridget, widow of the late Thomas Far rington. Relatives and friends of the family are re spectfully invited ,to attend the funeral from the residence of her son, Thomas Farrington, No. 537 Grand street, at 9 A. M. Saturday; thence to St. Patrick’s Chvfrch, where a sol emn high mass will be offered for the happy repose of her soul. . H'ETHERINGTON.—In this city, on March 10, 1903, James Hetherington, aged 72 years. Relatives and friends of the family, also Sumner Lodge, No. 180, I. O. O. F.; Jersey City Lodge, No. 32, Knights and Ladies of the Golden Star, are invited to attend the funeral services at his late residence, No. 73 Bright street, on Friday evening, at 8 o’clock.N „ Choice selection of Cut Flowers and Funeral Designs. At COLE’S, the Florist _Ny. 146 Newark Avenne. BONNOT. THE FLORIST, has a large variety of flowers always on hand. No. 146 Newark avenue, Jersey City. No crape chasers. Cut Flowers and Funeral Designs at STEIN, The Florist, 586 Newark avenue. THOMAS HUGHES, Undertaker, 101 Montgomery street., N. Y. & N. J. Telephone 186. JAMES J. MERRITT, Undertaker, No. 460 Grove street. Hudson Tei. 289, GEORGE STEVENS. 'Undertaker, No. 606 Jersey avenue. Tel. 124. HELP WANTED WANTED — INVENTORS, PATEN teep, and Mechanics, and everyone in terested in Patents and Inventions to Send for our Inventors Guide. This CO page book sept FREE. Contains full in formation about Patents. How to Ob tain a Patent. What to Invent for Profit and Hdw to Sell a Patent. This elegantly printed book sent FREE to any lad Areas. tr-MEARA & BROCK, Patent Attorneys, 620 Eleventh St. N. W., Washington, D. C. ANY PERSON WHO WILL Dis' trlbutfksampios for $3 daily should address ^"“Standard” 4 Wells, Chicago. Steady position; no canvassing. Famalo. WANTED-CHRLS ABOUT 15 YEARS OLD to part foods. C. F. MUELLER & CO., »5 Boyd avenue, J. C. SOUTHERN COLORED HELPFURNISHED; coolfr, maids, etc. W. M. MARTIN * CO., Rlchrttoni, Va. WASTED. - Mala. WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY-ABI.H-BODTED. unmarried men, between ages ot 31 and 36; citizen* of United States, uf good character and temperate habit*, who can speak, read and write' Ungllsh. Far .nlorwatlon apply to Re cruiting Officer, 62 Montgomery street. Jersey city. N. f. ,t4W ■1.... . "ffia-A. private WIRE CONNECTION WANTED. Arthur H. Page & C«.f Members Mew York CONSOLIDATED STOCK EXCHANGE* * ,/ • I 44 BROAD STREET, M. Y. Promp Service. Floor Exe cutions Only. Hjfhest'BaHk and'Mercantiie References CITY HALU SEALEBPRGPOSALS FOR PAINTING OALVANIZED IRON AND WWl»W,^RK in and about City Hall. A4so fdr Tlfitlng' Walls and Ortlinfs.in Gffy Hall. Bidders'Will bid separately afccordififc to U|»eclfl3at©n»' for same, on Hie with the Clerk of five Board of City Hall Commissioners. Bids will* Be re ceived in Room 7, City Hail, WEDNESDAY, MAR. 18,1 m at 10 o'clock in tije forenoon. SpecWcations may be inspected at the office of£tne Clerk to said Board, RoomJ,*Ctty Hall, between the? hours of 9 A. M. anl 4TP. M., daily, wheat' blank forms of ffTd-muatfbe obtained. Pj£f|lf$*j making proposals-for work.: float ions will be" reQulrdalT 'estimate a bond, as no’ ,or a edMUgd dheck for amount t or .tnoi r respect i v-e of gdod Mtith for gig) feond as wfll be tjgTawh /Fhe Commission M's re .dh'Jr or all bids if deei,. (of the city sp ti^do. be 'marked, for inferior and .City* (Hull. KtrectlS to-thp .Hall lOorh'missloners, Jersey i<D: aAhande<K<©*the CJepk ih open-iraeetlJer wi‘m uSnt&ttbr in the order of business inflating Uo sealed proposals.' By order of the‘/fctoimmifsioners, CHARLES L. SED&RE, ) • Clerk. MASTER’S SALE OF LANDS. In Chancery of New Jersey. Between Edwin W. Thorp, complainant and Isabelle Thorp Smith, .et al., defendant*. On bill for partition. James A. Gordon, Solicitor. By virtue oLan order of the Ceurt ef Chan cry ef N«?W Jersey, made on the 34th d&y of March, 1902, whereby it Was order’d tfiat all and singular the premises hereinafter de scribed bheuid be sold by add under the direction o'f the subscriber, Charles D. Thomp son, one of the Special Masters of the Cofirt Chancery of New Jersey, I, Charles 9. Thompson, Special Master as aforesaid. db hereby give notice that l will sell at pubilb vendue to the highest bidder, on CTttDAY. the*TeiHh Day of A*ri1’ im> at tne hour of two o'clock in the afternoon of (that day,’upon the premises,.2No. 616 Pgvonia avenue,..Jersey <ofty, New Jbrify. All that certain tract of lsaid and promisee, situate. lying In said City of Jersey Citjr, which bn a map duly, filed in the.Ctefk’fe (d# Register's) effipe in the County*of:lffid .aon %f©resaid1 on the firth , day of^ July, 1M6., tby the title “Map of pfanarty belonging to> 1 Daniel Van R#j*pen, Hudson City, Hudson C«ity, N. J.‘ * surv eyed April 5th, IfW, by Ijm W. Poat, Gity Surveyor.” id known ^ana >diRIhguisitotf?asfidt - nuniBgrrseventeen, tei^ir4e fen a tne ■: hapth shfe* of Pfa#aect (now Pavohia) ^avenue, ^nwdAi^ahd dMcnbed as f&lioWs:—. Joe<Jwa«nciriW at a Mint where tlje north line ''or ^Prospect (now Pavonia) avenue intersects •gtlie west line crfniomestead pbice; thence fun jhifig Westerly along said Prospect street (now !; Pavonia aventle) twenty-five feet; thence Northerly at ' right angles with Pros pect (now Pavonia) avenue one hun dred and fifteen feet; thence easterly and parallel with Prospect (now Pavohia) avenue twenty-five feet to the west line of Homestead place; theij.ce running southerly along the said west line of Homestead place one hundred and fifteen feet to the place of beginning, together With all and singular the hereditaments and appurtenances to tlje said premises belonging or in anywise appertain ing. Conditions made known on day of sale. CHARLES D. THOMPSON, Special MasteV in Chancery, j notices of Applications for Licenses Notice is hereby given, as required by Chap ter 75 of the Laws of 1892, that application has been made to the Board of Excise Com ihissioners of Jersey City by the following named persons for Licenses to sell Spirituous, Vinous, Malt and Brewed Liquors at the fol lowing named places In Jersey City:— REST.-vy HANTS. Samuel Barna, lOO Essex street, First Ward} residence. 126a Essex street. Aaron Snaper, 341 Henderson street. First Ward; 178 Eleventh street. Samuel Drelich, 367 Grand street, Fourth Ward; 374 Second street. Charles E. A. Davis, 312 Communipaw ave nue, Sixth Ward; 325 Whiton street. REST A UR A NT TRANSFERS. John and Hugh .Larkins, 11 Montgomery' street, First Ward; 178 Kensington avenue. Morris Gross, 589 Grove street, Second Ward; 522 Henderson street. Matthias Weisaenberger, 553 Jersey avenue, Thii*d Ward; 553 Jersey avenue. Thomas Forino, 397 Fourth street. Fifth Ward; 391 Fourth street. Frank Cinelli, 89 Colgate street, Fifth Wardj 401 First street. John Damato, 374 Fourth streets Fifth Ward; 374 Fourth street. Guiseppe Caroselli, 391 Fourth street, Fifth Ward; 328 Newark avenue. Edward C. Openshaw, 437 Monmouth street, Fifth Ward; 40 Magnolia avenue. By order of the Board of Aldarme/i, M. J. O’DONNELL, Citv Clerk. City Clerk’s Office, Jersey City, N. J., March 9, 1903. STATE OF NEW JERSEY—DEPARTMENT OF STATE. CERTIFICATE OF DISSOLUTION. To all to whom th«» presents may ooma. w81reas. It appears to my satisfactian. by duly authenticated record of the proosediafs for the voluntary dissolution thereof by the unanimous consent of all the stockholders, de posited in my office, that the Paterson Down ing Company, a corporation of this State, whose principal office is situated at No. 83 Montgomery street, in the City of Jersty City, County of Hudson, State of New Jersey (New Jersey Title Guarantee & Trust Co. being agent therein and in charge thereof, upon whom proceee may be served), has com plied with the requirements of "An Act con cerning corporations (Revision of 1898)," pre liminary to the issuing of this certllcate of dissolution. Now, therefore, I,'S. D. Dickinson, Secretary of State of the State of New Jersey, do here by certify that the said corporation did. or the tenth day of March, 1903, file in ray office a duly executed and attested consent in writing to t.he dissolution of said corporation executed by all the stockholders thereof, which said consent and the record of the proceedings aforesaid are now on Jftle in my said office as provided by law. In testimony whereof, I have hereto set my hand and affixed mv official ssal, (Seal.) atTrenton, this tenth day of March, A. D. one thousand nine hundred and three. S. D. DICKINSON. ^ Secretary of State. TO ALL to whom it may concern. Take notice, that t^e Erie Railroad Company will sell to the higheti bidder at public auc tion at A. Canficid & Company’s stock yards at HarrtAOCU New Jersey, at 10 o'clock A. M.. Saturday. March Fourteenth. Nineteen Hun dred and Three, twelve fresh milch cows, which were shipped by E. O'Brien from Chi cago, Illinois'* over the Erie Rail read ahd con signed to A. Canfield & Company, Newark. New Jersey. ERIE RAILROAD COMPANY. OOIUNG Demonst rations — AT - 'HI MONTGOMERY ST. By MISS HELEN S. BEVERIDGE Daily at 2*30 P. M. PROGRAMME FOR TOMORROW Chocolate Layer Cate. Potato Salatl. Com Muffiis. Programme FOR WEEK. ENDING, MARCH 21. *03 MONDAY, MARCH 16th. Broiled Beelstegk. Mushroom Sauce. Rlee Croquettes. Fig'Cake. ^ TUESDAY, MARCH 17fch. *. Meat Balls. Curry Sauce. ' ’ :3 Chocolate Cream Pie. Nut Drop*. < "WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18th. . Bread. Flannel Cakes. White Loaf Cake. (grange Icing. THURSDAY, MARCH 10fh . >• Casserole of Mock. Sweetbreads with Potato Border. ’ ^ Gold Cake. Chedke Balls. v FRIDAY, MARCH 26th. dreamed Oysters. Broiled Fish. / Apple Sago Pudding} Butive "Wheat .Muthus. SATURDAY. MARCH 2? at. • Crullers. Small Nut Cakes. \ upon request, an; consume* instructions as <To ^ts useTi Hudson County Gas Co. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed proposals will be received by th# I Board of Street awd Water Commissioners on I Tqdfcday, March 17, 1903, at 2 o^clecfc*P. M., ia the Assembly Chamber of the City Hall, for > ^IMPROVEMENT OF BIDWELL AVENUE, from Ope an avenue to Jackson avenue. Said improvement to ..be made conformably to the provisions of Chapter 2^.7 of tHe Laws of 189$, and in accordance with specifieatfoue on file In; the office of the CMrk of said Board. filtynk forme of hid ai*.d ogvewne&t of sure ties must be obtained at the office of the Chief Engineer. City POTl, Jersey City, N. J, EBTIMsATCT ©E QUANTITIES. 190% standard of cost. About 1,050 cubic yards of earth excava tion, per euoic yard:.. $0.30 Abevt 10 cubic yards of rook excavation, per cubic yard. 2.00 About 7TOlcubic yards of eaetfc'filling, per cubic ygr'd. 10 About 140 cubic yards of sand filling, per cubic yard. 1.25 About 10,700 square feet flagging, per per square foot.Id. About 700 square feet of relaid and dress ed flagging, per square feot.02 About 2 receiving baein heads to be re set, each. 5.00 About 9 manhole heads to be reset, each. 2.00 Time allowed for the completion of the work, 45 working days. The making of the above improvement and award of the contract therefor will be subject to (he remonstrance of the owners of the prop erty liable to more than one-half the assess ment therefor on the basis of preliminary sketch. } Proposals must be enclosed in sealed envoi- 1 opes, endorsed “Proposals for the Improve ment of.Bidwell avenue,” directed to “Mr. Jas. S. Nolan, Chairman of the Committee on j rests and Sewers,” and handed to the Clerk the Bd*rd in $pen meeting whfn called for the order of buslfteds relating to sealed pfo Mtls. The bonds required ,to be furnished on pro posals (and a possible* subsequent contract) sue tRbse of sortie surety coBipany authorised to do business in..the Stsjtc of New Jersey. Bidders niudt suite a single fi%ed percentage ' of the hundred per cent, standard above quoted for Which they will furnish all materials and do all the Work comprehended in specifications, and if final award of contract be made the per cent, so stated will fewn the basis ifpon which payment iftll be made for all items. The Boat’d may, under the provisions of the Act above el tea, exercise its right to reject bidders is especially called to Section 7, Chapter 134 of the Laws of 1891, under the terms whereof no contract shall be binding upon the city, or become effective or operative until the bonds offered by the Con tractor have been approved as to sufficiency by this Beard and as to form by the Corpora tion Counsel, the President of this Board nav- : mg the power to examine the proposed bonds men under oath. By order of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners. GEO. T. BOUTON, Clerk. Dated Jersey City, March 9, 1903. _ iO BKlLHitil’ MADLY. WIDOW; MALY | Schmidt, Charles Scumidt, her husband; Muggie Mally. Bliaabgth Pruett, Frank Pruett, her husband; Julia D. W. Gould, H. Clausen and Sop Brewing Company, and The State of New Jersey. You are hereby no tided that at & public sale made by the City Collector of Jersey City, oa the 16th dpy of September, ldviO, The Mayor and Aldermen of Jersey City purchased for the sum of seventy-three del tars and ninety nine cents ALL the laud and real estate situate m Jersey <$ty, in the County of Hudson and mate of Ndto Jersey, fronting on Rose avenue, whloh is laid down and designated as lot o, w black number 1,636, as shown upon L. D. Fowlere Official Assessment Map or Jersey City N. J., lfik, said salt being made pur j»udnt to the prdvisig&s of an act of the Legis lature of New Jersey, passed March 80. 16H, entitled!— "An Act concerning tne settlement and col lection of arrearage?) of unpaid tuxes, «• seasmonts and water ra?*s or water rente in cities of this State, and impdMng ahd levying a tux. asAsdlheut and lien In lloti and instead of such arrearages, and to en force the payment thereof, and to provide for the sale of lands subjected to future taxation and assessment.’ And the several suppleftldiits thereto. And you are further notified that you epptar to have an estate dr interest in saiu iana u.jhJ real estate, and uhlan the said kind and real estate shall be redeemed, as provided in said vacis, within one year from the date of sale and before the expiration of six months from arw after the service hereof a deed for the raw will be given conveying to The Mayor and Aldermen of Jersey Cfty the fee simple ot ; said land and roal estate according to the pro visions of the said acts. j Dated jersey City. N. J.. August 26. 1962. " - M. M. FAGAN. (Seal.) Mayor. /! Attest:— M. J. O’DONNELL. City Clerk ' *ViIs Nn 9 T9L\ notice is hereby given that by * virtue of an order of the Court of Chancery of New Jersey, made on the day of the date hereof. In a cause wherein Briton Richardson is complainant and The National Silk Label J Company, a corporation, is defendant, the ; creditors of the said National Silk Label Com- j pany are required to present and prove-, before ! me the Receiver appointed ‘:i the above stated j cause, theft several claims and demand* j against the said corporation, within three i months from the date hereof, or be excluded from ihc benefits of such dividend* as may hereafter be made aqd declared upon the pro ceeds of the efifeots of said corporation. Dated December 2di U, 12t2. AUGUSTUS C. KELLOGG, Receiver. EDWARD A. & WILLIAM T. DAY. Solicitor*, iCS tfroad. street. Newark, v. .T Wedding Rings. SOMETBIXW XRW. Dt.de ot one piece of Gold, ALL sTfLit la wild i*K Gold. *s S.1M iME Gold, in K<»lld»KG«ld.»l». BUGRAVKt) FRKK, UaarwteedtolaU.UfeUate Routes » ». toB? x, CHARLES A. KEESE. 180 Bro&dw.j, H. T C1QT. i" TO JOHN M. SMITH. Y«u ar« hereby noUflei that at a public sale S(ia?1by CJtyCollettcir Of Jersey 3lty, on Hi? ** °cc,rt*»‘. ISM, the Mayor and Aldermen of Jersey City purenaeed for the sum of one tnousand seven hundred and nine ty-one-dollars and ejghty-st* oents all the land anu real estate slttmte in Jeusey Ciey, in the <* H«<teon aitt Start* of New Jewev. frortting on Fair^reuift avenue, which is ISid uewn a.nd designated .a* i#ts- 2* aiui-ji in kiock number hi. oX 4„ £u££u 3 made by the '‘Comnyf-’ . cA<Hfe.*5*IU" appelated In and for., “‘‘dCIty by tfi*<Cirow4t Court of til* County ®f Hiu' feon- a cdrtiftedi cOJy *- which report "“P was drgihSjg the, office of.che£iiy sjf-SefltSSKsul*1^® "A“^n ments and water ’ rates) or water-rent* if cities effhis ftetor&urttjimpp&nt and levy* mg a tax, -assessment ^ami lfcm in Iteu'a&d instead*of sochvhrVeac*!iges, and* to enferc# the payment thereof,* anj» *»e preside tt»r the sale of Ignds. subjected to fueitrfe tax ation and'assesftnen*/’ And the several supplements thereto. And you are furth4r notified* that ypu appear to have an estate or interest <3n &ixd ;dand a?a real estate, and unless the-Wid HSjd vajid reki estate shajl be. redeemed,, as Jprevided, in said acts, before thp.- expiration yfets six mo#ths fi*eht and after the service hereof., a deed for the Sme will be giventeojpireyin* ,Che«day«r dermfen of Jersey City, ihe of "“NtW** «r THE MAYOR AM ALDERMEN ®F JERSEY city: : M. M. FAGAN, (Seal.) Mffeir. Atteet:— M. J. 8’SeNNIItE, City Clerk, (Sale Ne. 12.) TO MART E. .TMISajLE. You %re hfere&J Mined that a publio MOO made by the City Collector of Jersey City, on the 1st day of November, 1891, The. Mayor a#d Aldermen of Jersey City purchased fur the sum of fifteen dollars a«ui. -fige cents ALL the land and real estate situate in* Jersey City, in the County of Hudson and State of NeW Jersey, fronting on Title avenue, which is laid down apd designated ^as lot 84, l.n block number 1,774, as shpwn* upon L. E>. Fowler's Oificjal Assessnuult.. Map of Jersey City. N. J., 1*04. said sal# beigg make-pur suant to the provisions of an act of the Leg.** lature qf New Jlrsey. p&Ssed "^March BBL 1886. entitled:— “An Act concerning the settlement* and «bl* lection of, arrearages of uppaid taxes* as sessments and vwater rates or writer rents iu citie's of this Stite. an#. Imposing and levy ing a tax, assessment anti*1 lien ih lieu, and instead of such arrearages, aftd to enforce the payment-thereof, and to provide for the sale <3f lands subjected to future taxation and assessment.” And the several supplements thereto. And you axe further notified that you appear to have an estate or interest in said laf.d a J real, estate, and unless the said land afid real estate shall be redeemed, as provided In said ac»j. within one year from the date df sal# and before the exrpiratittPW six months from and after the service hereof, a deed for the same will be j given conveying to The Mayur and Aldermen of Jersey City th* x'pe simple of said land and real estate according t4 tha previsions of the .said .acts. THE MAYdR AND ALDBRMEN OF JXRS&f CITY. Attest:— __ P.. City Clerk. (Sale Ne. 9. Ml.) QKBHt TO SHOW CAUSA. Saivutore Ga raven la, at the request off Teresa. Fo»pJant,»<jlui3eppe Fspgdaai tgajd Luigi* Foppiaai, the only persons interested in the will Ot Agostin© Feppianl, late of Fpp>iai»i, in the Kingdom of Italy, deceased, havfftg pre sented. aiftf tiled ip }iuy oSlce a copy of tht said will, exeitifclifW under the hand and seal of Sceiti, FiUeident of the Tribunal off Bobbin, Ringfddm Or fyajy, whereby it appear# that the said will has-been admitted to pro bate in said Kingdom of Italy, and the said Salvatore Garaventu hawing applied to me to have the said will proved and recorded in this State, pursuant to the statute in cue made and provided. I Jo hereby wrd£r that cause be shown before me at my office; in the City of Jefsey CRy, County of Hudson and State of New Jersey, at tjhe. hour ©f J# o'clock in the firdnoon, on Friday, ’February thir teenth, nineteen hundred aftd three, why a duly certified copy of subh will should not oo filed and recorded in my office, and letters of aam in 1st rat ion with will annexed thereon bo issued to, skid Salvatore Garaventa; and that this 1 order be published in the Jersey City News, a newspaper printed and published in this county, fpr the space of five weeks, next preceding said’day at least once in each week. Gfven under my hand this fth day of Janu ary, 1903. JAS. T. UUL.TS Surrogate of Hudson County. New Jersey. HUDSON COUNTY ORPHANS’ COURT. In the matter of the estate of John F. Want, deceased. Notice. Pursuant to the order of John A. Blair, Judge of the Orphans’ Court of the County of Hudson, made on the id day of January, j*03 on the application of Charles E. Hendrickson* Jr.» administrator of the estate of John F. Ward, deceased, notice is hereby given to the oreaitors of said deceased to exhibit to the subscriber, administrator as af or afraid, their deb s and demands against the said estate, Under oath, within nine months from the data of the aforesaid order^ or they will be forever barred of their actions against the said Bub* scrlber. Dated ai Jersey City, N. J.. January 2. 1903. CHARLES R. HKNBRIOK0ON. Jr . Administrator of John F. Ward, deceased.