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VOL. XV.-NO. 4401 JERSEY CITY. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 1871904._=- -PRICE~ONE CENT.~
CLEVELAND’S
CALL
»
Great Democratic Ex-Pres
ident Tells His Party
Victory Is in Sight
If Wisdom Gov
erns.
OBSOLETE DOCTRINES MOST GO
Fighting Forces Will Not Re
spond Unless Aroused by
Old Time Democratic
Enthusiasm.
In an article written for this week's
“Saturday Evening Post” former Pres
deut Cleveland urges his “rank and
tile associates” of the Democratic party
to unite and take advantage of the op
portunities of next November.
“I am one of those.” ho writes, “who
believ that there is an opportunity for
Democratic success in the coming Pres
idential election.
“Though attach men to the party in
which I am enlisted' and an intense
desire for its ascendancy make such a
belief exceedingly welcome, they cer
tainly do not create it. It is built upon
an unshaken and abiding trust in the
patriotism and intelligence of my fel
low countrymen.”
Mr. Cleveland’s paper opens with a
a reiteration of the declaration that he
made three years ago. ^
‘Our lighting forces will respond list
lessly and falteriugly if summonde to
a third defeat in a strange cause; but if
they hear the rallying call of true De
mocracy they will gather for battle with
old time Democratic enthusiasm aud
courage.”
Referring to his faith in his Democrat
ic associates, he continues:—
“This trust will not permit me to over
look the meaning of the daily increasing v.
unrest among our people growing out of
the startling and flippant abandonment
by the party in power of our national tra
ditions and maxims, its disregard of our
national moral restraints, its inconsider
ate tendency to set “aside national good
faith, its willingness to break away from
safe and accustomed moorings, and its
contemptuous neglect of our national
Mission. Surely these conditions, togeth
er with the broken pledges and forgotten
promises of reform that vex the sight on
every side, not only abundantly explain
the popular distrust and fear prevailing
everywhere in the land, but suggest that
in such stress of political weather those
of our fellow-citizens who thoughtfully
and constantly love our free institutions
will not be unmindful of such safety and
quiet as may be offered them by a pa
triotic and conservative Democracy.”
Mr. Cleveland things that these con
ditions justify the assertion of Demo
cracy’s opportunity.
“It should be remembered, however,"
he says, “that opportunity may be only
distantly related to actual accomplish
ment, and that it does not of itself, un
aided and alone, warrant the expectation
of reaching successful results.
“This is no time for cunning finesse,
nor for the use of words that conceal in
tentions or carry a double meaning. The
Democratic party has a message to send
If you are scrofulous, dyspeptic, rheu
matic, troubled with kidney complaint,
general debility, lacking strength, take
Hootfs Sarsaparilla.
THe Jersey
City News.
Job Printing.
Business Cords
Letter Heads
Bill Heads
Envelopes
Circulars.
Boon Work.
Law Bries
Pamphlets
Programmes
Catalogues
By-Laws
251
WASHINGTON
STREET.
to its followers aud to the masses of the
American people. Let that message ho
expressed in language easily understood,
unconfused by evasion and untouched by
the taint of jugglery. Obsolete issues
and questions no longer challenging pop
ular interest should be manfully aban
doned.”
Mr. Cleveland urges tariff reform,
pleads for economy in the expenditure of
public money, and charges the opposition
with having made promises and broken
them.
He arraigns the Administration’s
Philippine policy and refers to the Isth
mian Canal in these words:—
“The Democratic party has been con
sistent and unremitting in its advocacy
of an interoceanic canal, and has with
the liveliest satisfaction looked forward
to the day when such a highway of com
merce, built under the auspices of our
Government, would be contributed by
America to the world’s progress aud civ
ilization. It is nevertheless not within
the mandates of the Democratic creed
that, even in consummating so noble an
enterprise as this, the territorial rights
of any other nation should be disregard
ed, or that our own national good faith
should be subjected to reasonable suspic
ion.”
Mr. Cleveland concludes as follows:—
“At such a tiome as this the Democrat
ic party cannot with honor undertake the
battle of the people except under a leader
that not only represents its best tradi
tions, and purposes, but fully realizes
what is menat by the tremendous issues
of the conflict, and his selection should
not depend upon so small a considera
tion as the locality whence he comes.
“The Democracy’s opportunity is al
ready in sight but only i a campaign
waged in reliance upon the people’s love
of country and devotion to national
morality, under leadership that person
ifies these sentiments will be round the
Democracy’s hope.
COSMOS TO MEET MONDAY.
The meeting proposed for the evening
of Monday, February 22, Washington’s
Birthday, will take place on that even
ing, but instead of being held at the Ho
tel Washington, as suggested in circular
of February 4, will be held, by invitation
of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Walker, at their
residence, No. 2C0 Montgomery street, at
eight o’clock.
The topic for the evening will be:—
“American Progress in Matters Econ
omical and Naval, Since the Time of
Washington.”
Mr. F. B. Thurber, President of the
United States Export Association and
member of the Chamber of Commerce,
will speak on the Economical side of the
subject: and Mr. W. H. Stayton, a
prominent member of the New York Bar
and formerly connected with the United
States Navy, will speak on American Na
val. Progress.
Rev. E. L. Stoddard, D.D., one of the
founders of the Club and its first presi
dent, has also been invited to be present
and speak.
JOHN KILROY’S FUNERAL.
John Kilroy, one of the oldest residents
of the city, died on Tuesday last of a
complication of diseases at his home, No.
380 Second street. He had been 111 since
last October.
Mr. Kilroy, who was seventy-eight
years old, was a retired contractor. He
was one of the founders of St. Mary’s
R. C. parish, and a charter member of
St. Mary’s Holy Name Society. He is
survived by three sons and four daugh
ters and twenty-two grandchildren.
The funeral will take place from St.
Mary’s Church tomorrow (Friday) morn
ing at ten o’clock. A solemn requiem
mass will be celebrated.
A Madman's Deinstall.
Dean Pigou tells the following stor;
of a brilliant man who lost his mini
temporarily through overwork and wai
confined in an Epglisji asylum: “Hr
delusion was that his stomach was ful
to repletion of rats. There was n
room for anything else. Hood said t
me, ‘Go and talk with him and leai
up to the subject of rats.’ I foum
him, as is very common, perfectly sam
on every subject but this. After some
conversation I said to him, feigning not
to know who he was: ‘You seem to be c
very well informed man. Have you
given your attention to natural history,
because I notice that the question is
being discussed as to whether the spe
cies of the genus rat called the Norwe
gian still exists?’ Instantly he replied.
‘Oh, certainly,’ and unbuttoning his
dress, said, ‘Every known species of
rat, sir, is here in q»y stomach,’ and
localizing the rat with his finger, said:
Here in this part of my stomach is a
Norwegian rat You can assure your
triends that as long as I am alive no
species can die.’ Under the kind and
humane treatment of Bethlehem he
was soon at work again and had, of
course, no recollection of his delusion.”
Xot a Patent Medicine.
Father John’s Medicine Gures Colds.
TEN FAMILIES
MELESS
Big Fire on Jewett Avenue
I his Morning Destroys
Eight Frame Cot
tages.
OCCUPANTS AND FURNITURE SAVED
Overheated Furnace the
Cause of the Blaze Which
Resulted in $25,000
Loss.
A destructive fire that rendered ten
families homeless swept the row of eight
two-and-a-half-story frame cottages Nos.
85 to 99 Jewett avenue this morning. It
started about half-past nine o’clock, and
as most of the children were at school,
there was little or no trouble on the part
of al the occupants in getting out. The
furniture of most of the burned houses
was saved. That of several of the houses
was burned much left in others was
damaged by smoke and water. Firemen
quickly responded to the two alarms
rung. They were hampered somewhat
in their work by freezing water.
The fire started from an overheated
furnace in the cellar of No. 87 and quick
ly made its way up through the wood
work of the walls between Nos. 87 and
89, both of which houses are owned by
John F. Frazer, who, with his family,
occupied No. 87. Welling Walton and
family occupied No. 89. The flames
spread in two directions, destroying the
above named two houses and wiping out
No. 85, the first of the row, occupied by
the family of Samuel Van Siehlen, a
watchman of the Commercial Trust Com
pany’s building in Exchange place, and
owned by John P. Landrine. With the
Van Siehlen family boarded' Mrs. Robert
H. Johnson.
Simultaneosly the flames speread to
No. 91 in the Western direction and fled
onward to the end of the row, driving out
family after family. No. 91 was occu
pied by John Phillips and family, No.
93 by Mrs. George Brown and Mrs. Ap
plegate, No. 95 by John Saeger and fam
ily, No. 97 by Tliodore Taft and fam
ily and No. 99 by Gus Berg and family.
Some of the buildings at the westerly end
of the row were only partially burned.
No. 91 was owned: by the occupant, oJhn
Phillips, and No. 93 by Mrs. Brown one
of the occupants. John Saeger owned
No. 95 and in addition to No. So John
P. Landrine owns Nos. 97 and 99.
The families rendered homeless were
taken in by kind hearted neighbors. Fur
niture from the houses threatened and
afterward burned was dragged out and
piled in stacks on open lots on the South
side of Jewett avenue.
Police Captains Cugimings of the Com
munipaw avenue station and Cox of the
Montgomery street station were on band
with reserves. Inspector Archibald took
command ofthe police and Fire Chief
Conway directed the firemen.
The buildings cost about $2,500 apiece
and tiie total loss is footed up some
where in the neighborhood of $25,000.
partially covered by insurance.
Nearly forty persons were rendered
homeless. No one was injured.
BABY LEFT IN A CENTRAL CAR
A female infant about a d'ay old, was
found on the seat of a passenger car that
reached1 the Central Railroad depot at
Communipaw at 10.15 o’clock last night
from Perth Amboy. The child had been
abandoned byl its mother. It was dress
ed in white canton flannel and wrapped
in a block shawl and brown paper. Af
ter its discovery it was handed over to
the tender care of Patrolman “Jack”
Downs, who summoned' an ambulance
and had it conveyed to tile City Hospital.
The Trsth.
Dunns—What do you mean by send
ing me word that you were not in?
Debts—I didn’t. I sent you word that
I was out. Dunns—Well, and what did
you mean by that? Debts—Exactly
what I said. I am out of cash.—Cincin
nati Commercial Tribune.
AnplUrins Him.
First Gueat (at banquet)—Is this dia
mond backed terrapin? Second Guest—
That’s wbat the caterer calls it. First
Guest (tasting it)—Well, he’s a prevarl
caterer.—Chicago Tribune.
Sentence Suspended.
“Her voice was tried by a famous
singing master.”
“Was it found guilty?” — Princeton
Tiger.
Getting in debt to like sHdiug down a
grp"sed pole; getting out is Hke climb
lr the same pole.—Augusta (Ga.) Her
ald.
Finance Board’s Discussion
of the Sewer Bond Issue
Postponed-Fielder’s
Bills.
_ \
The Finance Board did not meet yes
terday on account of a quorum not being
present. President Riugle and Commis
sioner Daudt were on hand, but the other
members failed to appear. The Board
was to have discussed the proposed issue
of between three and four thousand dol
lars worth of bonds to raise money for
the reconstruction of the Ravine avenue
and the Jackson avenue sewerage sys
«ns, and for the laying of new and wa
ter mains in lower Newark avenue and
several other portions of the city. These
improvements are said to be imperative,
and new legislation is necessary to give
the Board the power to issue bonds to
raise the amount of money required.
Assemblyman Fielder, on Tuesday
night, introduced a bill in the House au
thorizing the eity to issue $150,000 in
bonds for the new water mains. He had
also an administration bill authorizing
the issue of $150,000 in bonds for the re
construction of the aboveqjamed sewer
systems, but did not introduce it because
it did not show the change it would make
in existing laws. Corporation Counsel
Record was in Trenton yesterday looking
after the interests of the bills.
A copy of the resolution passed by the
Board of Education at last Thursday
night’s meeting requesting the Board of
Finance to appropriate $1,200 to pay the
salary of a truant officer is in the hands
of the Finance Board. President Ringle
said yesterday that the members have
not as yet discussed the subject. He
could not tell what the Board would do
in the matter.
WEATHER INDICAITONS
NEW YORK. Feb. 18, 1904—Fore
cast for the thirty-six hours ending 8 P.
M. Friday:—Cloudy today; snow and
warmer tonight and tomorrow; north to
'northeast winds.
Hartnett’* Thercnometrlcal Report
Feb. 17. Rep.
3 P. M. 15
6 P. M. 10
9 P. M. 13
12 Midnight.... 12
Feb. 18. Reg.
6 A. M.40
9 A. M. 60
12 Noon. 22
Ruehville, Ind.
Messrs. Ely Bros.:—I have been a
great sufferer from catarrh and hay fever
and tried many things, but found no per
manent relief until I found it in Ely’s
Cream Balm about eight years ago, and
we have been fast friends ever since.
(Rev.) R. M. BENTLEY.
Messrs. Ely Bros.:—Find enclosed 50
cents, for which please send me your
Cream Balm. I find your remedy the
quickest aud most permanent cure for
cold in the head, catarrh, etc. Yours
truly, DELL M. POTTER,
Gen. Mgr. Arizona Gold Mining Co.
TO CALIFORNIA FOR $50.00
Commencing February 29, and daily
during March and April, the Lackawan
na Railroad will sell tickets to all Pacific
Coast points at the above rate.
Through Pullman sleepers to Chicago
and St. Louis and tourist sleeping ears
beyond via choice of routes. Through
trains, quick service, and the best of
everything.
For tickets to all joints West and
Southwest, or any information desired,
call on agents or address Guy Adams,
Division Passenger Agent, No. 749
Broad street. Newark.
fVJ CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY.
BcLwe^n Anne C. Hull, complainant, and
James C. Welsh, et ux., et ala., defendants.
On bill to foreclose. Notice.
To Wilhelmina Howland and Henry S. How- i
land, her husband, and Jennie C. Mcllroy
and James C. Mcllroy, her husband:—
By virtue of an order of the Court of Chan
cery of New Jersey, made on the day of the
date hereof, In a certain cause wherein Anne
C. Hull is complainant and you and others are
defendants, you are required to appear, piead,
answer or demur to the bill of complaint of
complainant, on or before the Second day of
February, nineteen hundred and four, or the
said bill will be taken as confessed against
you, and such decree will be made as the
Chancellor shall think equitable and Just.
The said bill is filed t«? foreclose two mort
gages, both given by William Welsh to Anne
C. Hull, complainant, the one dated September
30, 1893, ana the other dated September 30,
1897, and both covering lands ic Jersey City,
N. J.; and you, Wilhelmina Howland and Jen
nie C. Mcllroy are made defendants, because
you are heirs of the said William Welsh, who
is deceased, and may claim some interest in
said lands and premises as heirs at law; and
you, Henry S. Howland and James C. Mcllroy
are made defendants, because you are the hus
bands of the respective last named defendants,
and may claim some interest in said lands and
premises by reason of your right of courtesy
In the interests of your respective wives.
Dated Df/^mber 1, 1903.
HUDSPETH & PU6TER,
Solicitors for Complainant,
Post Office address No. 259 Washington street.
Jersey City, N. J
STATE OF NEW JERSEY—DEPARTMENT
OF1 STATE.—CERTIFICATE OF DISSOLU
TION.
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 tha
unanimous consent of all the Stockholders, de
posited in my office, that the Easton Throwing
Company, a corporation of this State, whose
principal office Is situated at No. 1 Exchange
Place, in the City of Jersey City, County of
Hudson, State of New Jersey, (Charles D.
Thompson being agent therein and in charge
thereof, upon whom process may be served),
has complied with the requirements of “An
Act concerning corporations (Revision of
1896),“ preliminary to the issuing of this Car- |
tlflcate of Dissolution.
Now, therefore, I, S. D. Dicknson, Secretary
of State of fhe State of Now Jersey, do hereby
certify that the said corporation did, on the
Nineteenth day of November, 1903. file in my
office a duly executed apd attested consent in
writing to the dissolution of said corporation,
executed by all the Stockholders thereof,
which said consent and the record of the pro
ceedings 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 Nineteenth day
of November, A. D. one thousand
nine hundred and three.
8. D. DICKINSON,
Secretary of State. ,
Married Life
Made More Complete,
if husband and wife
can exchange mes
sages between, office
and house.
THE NEW YORK
AND NEW JERSEY
TELEPHONE CO.,
160 Market Street,
Newark.
8 Erie Street,
Jersey City.
EDUCATIONAL
NEWARK, NEW JERSEY. -
ACADEMY OF ST. VINCENT.
Conducted by the sisters of Chantiy.
Boarding and Day School for Young Ladle#
Separate Department for Boys under thirties
years of age.
Commercial and 'cademie Courses
Speciailly Organized ^opartmenc of Muidc
and Art.
Lettersh of inquiry directed to
Pounded In 1S#9. SISTER SUPERIOR.
DRESS CUTTING AND MILLINERY
taught; perfect fitting patterns cut. Mc
DOWELL SCHOOL, 310 Sixth avenue, New
York.
n AS1JI)
WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY—ABLE-BODIED
unmarried men between Mtes of 21 and tf;
citizens of United States, of good character,
and temperate habits, who can speak, read and
write English. For information apply to Re
cruiting Officer, 47 Montgomery street, Jersey
City, N. J.
WANTED—STORAGE ROM FOR MACHIN
ery in Jersey City or Hoboken, on railroad
swlthc preferred. Address Room 124, 39 Cort
landt Street. New York City.
HELP WAIT 1 ED,
M'LE.
WE CAN PLUCE YOU IN A PO
SITION.
Do you know where it is? We do. We
have openings for high-grade men of all
kinds—Salesmen, Executive. Technical.
Clerical—paying from $1,000 to $10,000
a year. High grade exclusively. Write
for plan and booklet.
HAFGOOSS (Inc.)
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Offices in New York,Chicago and 12 other cities
FEMALE.
WANTED—AN ENERGETIC AND INDUS
trious man or woman in every community to
act as our representative and to explain our
new plan to parties who may be interested in
opening savings acGotfnts. To such we will
pay $21.00 per week and expenses. No exper
ience necessary; honesty and perseverance the
only requirements. THE INTER-NATIONAL
BANK, Market and Madison streets, Chicago,
III. __
FOR SALE
SODA WATER PATS LARGE PROFITS.
Fountains from $65 up, on easy monthly pay
ments; little cash required. Catalogue of great
bargains free. Do not delay or you may be
too late. Soda rater tanks repaired. ROBT.
M. GREEN & SONS, Philadelphia, Pe..
I'EKSOJAL.
LOVE, WEALTH AND MATRI
mony* free to all. New plan. Send
no money. Mutual Exchange, Box A. B.
t>4, Canon City, Colo.
CORPORATION NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the Commission
ers of Assessments for Jersey City, N. J., will
meet at their office, Room 42, City Hali, Jer
sey City, N J., on Tuesday, the 16th day of
February, 1904, at 10 o’clock A. M., to ap
praise and determine the value of the real es
tate to be taken and the damages that may be
sustained by reason of the Opening of Wood
lawn avenue, between Bergen avenue and
Hudson Boulevard, in accordance with a peti
tion presented to the Board of Street and
Water Commissioners August 4th, 1903.
The real estate to be taken for said Opening
of Woodlawn avenue may be described as fol
lows:—
The avenue to be fifty feet in width,
being twenty-five feet measured at right
angles, on either side of the following describ
ed center line:—Beginning at a point where
the division line between C.. C. Van Reypen
and Geo. Tice and others, intersects the west
erly line of Bergen avenue, from thence run
ning westerly and along said division line be
tween Van Reypen and Tice 231 02-100 feet to
the easterly line of Hudson Boulevard.
All the lands within the lines of the forego
ing description being required for the Opening
of Woodlawm avenue, as aforesaid, as will
more fully appear by reference to the resolu
tion in regard to the same, adopted by the
Board of Street and Water Commissioners Oc
tober 6th, 1903, and the petition and map on
file in the office of the Clerk of said Board.
At w'hich time an'' place the said Commis
sioners of Assessments will hear all parties in
terested, who desire to be heard before them,
on the value of the real estate to be taken
and the damages which any owner, or owners,
of such real estate, or of any interest there
t In, may sustain by reason of the said Opening
i of Woodlaw'n avenu*.
i The above proceedings are under the provis
ions of Chapter 289 of the Law's of 1S93.
Dated Jersey City, N. J., January 29th, 1904.
JOHN DOSCHER.
CHARLES E. SIEBERT,
CHARLES MERKER,
Commissioners of Assessments.
IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY.
To John H. Allen:—
By virtue of an order of the Court of Chan
cery of New Jersey, made on the day of the
date hereof. In a cause wherein John E. Ban
ning. Receiver of the Monmouth Trust and
Safe Deposit Company, is complainant, and
you and others are defendants, vou are re
quired to appear, plead, answer or demur to
the bill of said complainant, on or before the
Twenty-second day of March next, or the said
bill will be taken as confessed against you.
The 9aid bill is filed to foreclose a mortgage
given by John H. Allen to The State Mutual
Building and Doan Association of New Jersey,
dated February 26th, Nineteen Hundred, on
lands in the City of Jersey City; and you are
made a party defendant because you are the
owner of said mortgaged premises and exe
cuted the mortgage thereon.
Dated January 21, 1904.
DAVID HARVEY. JR..
Solicitor of Complainant,
620 Cookman Avenue, Asbury Park, N. J.
RELIANCE LAMP ELECTRIC CO.—NOTICE.
—At a meeting of the directors of RELI
ANCE LAMP ELECTRIC COMPANY, held at
the Company’s office, No. 239 Washington
street, Jersey City, N. J., January 16th, 1904,
pursuant to due and legal notice of said meet
ing the following resolution was unanimously
adopted:
Resolved, That in the Judgment of this
Board it is advisable and most for the benefit
of Reliance Lamp Electric Company that the
same should be forthwith dissolved, and to
that end IT IS ORDERED that a meeting of
the stockholders be held on the thirteenth day
of February, A. D., 1904, at 12 o’clock noon,
at the office of this Company, Ir. Jersey City,
N. J., to take action upon this resolution,
and that the Secretary forthwith give notice
of said meeting, and of the adoption of this
resolution, within ten days from this date,
by publishing said resolution in the Jersey
City News, a newspaper published in Jersey
City, in the County of Hudson (in which
County this Company has its principal office),
for at least four weeks successively, once a
week, and by mailing a written or printed copy
of. the same to each stockholder in the United
States.
WILLIAM T. FERRIS.
Secretary.
THE ACCOUNT OF THE SUBSCRIBER, AD
minletratrlx of Charles J. Thiesmeyer. de
ceased, will be settled by the Hudson County
Orphan*’ Counrt, on March 4, 1904.
LILLIE C. THIESMEYER,
CORPORA TION NO TICE
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals will be received by the
Board of Street and Water Commissioners on
luesuay, February 23, 1»04, at 2 P. M., in
tne Assembly cnumber uf the City Hall for
•tliS
OPENING AND IMPROVEMENT OF UNION
STREET.
from Garfield avenue to liaiiuday street.
Said improvement to be made conformably
to the provisions of Cnapte, 25s of tne Laws
cf ISH6, anu m accordance with specihcfuifuna
on hie in the office of the Clerk of said
Boar a.
Blank forms of bid and agreement of sureties
must be obtained at tne oince of tne Chief En
gineer. City nan, Jersey City, N. J.
ESTIMATE OF QUANTITIES.
100%
Standard
Cost.
About 200 cubic yards of earth excavation,
per cubic yara.$ .10
Aouut d.vvu cubic yards of earth tilling On
place), pe; cubic yard.40
Aoout 220 at! nc yarns of sand tilling, per
cubic yar^.. 1.25
About t*uu square yards of paving (Bel
gian) in guiienb, per square yard. 1.25 |
About l,i'3o iineai feet of curb stone, per
nn.eal foot...80 j
About 36u square feet of bridge stone, i>er
square fooi.45
About 6,yoo square feet of flagging, per
square foot.15
About 50 square yards o<f repaving, per
square yarn...>.30
About 50 lineal feet of reset and drcs*ed
euro stone, per lineal foot.25
About 150 square feet of relaid and dressed
flagging, per square foot.02
About 6uu cubic yards of concrete in* abut
ments and walls, per cubic yard.8.00
About 6 granite atones, I,x2,x3", each. 5.00
About 5.U00 lineal feet plies, driven, per
lineal foot. 18
About 4,100 feet B. M. capping, per M.28.00
About 5,800 leet B. M. flooring, per M.2o.OO
About 7,000 feet B. M. sheatning, per M.. .20
About 64 square feet copmg stone .per •
square foot.65
Time allowed for the completion of the work
100 working days.
The making of the above improvement and
award of the contract therefor will be subject
to the remonstrance of the owners of the prop
erty liable to more than one-haif the assess
ment therefor on the basis of preliminary
sketch.
Proposals must be enclosed in sealed en
velopes, endorsed "Proposals for the Opening
ana improvement of Union street,” directed to
"Mr. James S. Nolan, Chairman of khe Gom
mitee on Streets and Sewers,” and handed to
the Clerk of the Board in open meeting when
tailed for in the order of business relating to
sealed proposals.
The bonds required to be furnished on pro
posals (and a possible subsequent contract) are
those of some surety company authorised to do
business in the State of New Jersey.
Bidders must state a single fixed percentage
of the hundred per cent standard above quoted
for which they will furnish all materials and
do all the work comprehended in specifica
tions, and if final award of contract be made,
the per cent, so stated will form the basis
upon which payment .will be made for all
items.
The Board may, under the provisions of the
act above cited, exercise its right to reject any
or all proposals. The attention of 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 be
come effective or operative until the bonds ;
offered by the contractor have been approved
as to sufficiency by this Board, and as to form
by the Corporation Counsel, President of this
Board having the power to examine the pro
posed bondsmen under oath.
By order of the Board of Street and Water
Commissioners,
GEO. T. BOUTON.
'--lark.
Dated, Jersey City, February 15th, 1904.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals will Be received by the
Board of Street and Water Commissioners on
Tuesday, February 23, 1904, at 2 P. M.. in
the Assembly Chamber of the City Hall for
the
IMPROVEMENT OF TROY STREET,
from Summit avenue to line of Reservoir No. 2.
Said improvement to be made conformably
to the provisions of chapter 217 of the Laws
of 1895, and in accordance with specifications
on file in the office of the Clerk of said
Board.
Biank forms of bid and agreement of sureties
must be obtained at the office of the Chief En
gineer, City Hail, Jersey City, N. J.
ESTIMATE OF QUANTITIES.
100%
Standard
of Cost.
About 580 cubic yards of earth excavation,
per cubic yard.$ .30
About 5 cubic yards of rock excavation,
per cubic yard. 2.00
About 10 cubic yards of earth filling, per
cubic yard.10
About 75 cubic yards of sand filling, per
cubic yard. 1.25
About 1,000 square yards of paving (brick),
per square yard. 2.25
About 500 lineal feet of curb stone, 5"xl6",
in concrete, per lineal foot.85
About 2,400 square feet of patent sidewalk.
per square foot.15
About 25 square yards of repaving (Bel
gian), per square yard.30
About 1£K) lineal feet of reset and dressed
curb stone, in concrete, per lineal foot... .25
About 120 square feet of relaid and dressed
bridge stone, per square foot.05
About 60 lineal feet of cribbing, In con
crete, per lineal foot.25
! About 4 reset manhole heads, each. 2.00
Time allowed for the completion of the work
30 working days.
The making of the above improvement and
award of the contract therefor will be subject
to the 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 en
velopes, endorsed "Proposals for the improve
ment of Troy street," directed to "Mr. James
S. Nolan, Chairman of the Committee on
Streets and Sewers," and handed to the Clerk
of the Board in open meeting when called for
in the order of business relating to sealed pro
posals.
The bonds required to be furnished on pro
posals (and a possible subsequent contract) are
those of some surety company authorized to do
business in the State of New Jersey.
Bidders must state a single fixed percentage
of the hundred per cent standard above quoted
for which they will furnish all materials and
do all the work comprehended in specifica
tions, and if final award of contract be made
the per cent, so stated will form the basis
upon which payment will be made for all
items.
The Board may, under the provisions of the
act above cited, exercise Its right to reject any
or all proposals. The attention of 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 be
come effective or operative until the bonds
offered by the contractor have been approved
as to sufficiency by this Board, and as to form
by the Corporation Counsel. President of this
Board having the power to examine the pro
posed bondsmen under oath.
By order of the Board of Street and Water
Commissioners.
GEO. T. BOUTON.
Clerk.
Dated, Jersey City, February 15th, 1904.
TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE NEW
York Petroleum Soap Company.
Take notice that at a meeting of the Board
of Directors of the New York Petroleum Soap
Company, called for that purpose, held on the
day of the date hereof, of which meeting
every Director received at least three days’
notice, the following resolution was adopted
by a majority of the Board:—
Resolved, That in the judgment of this Beard
it is advisable and most for the benefit of The
New York Petroleum Soap Company that the
same should be forthwith dissolved; and to
that end it is ordered, that a meeting of the
Stockholders be held on Tuesday, the 8th day
of March, A. D. 1904, at twelve o’clock, noon,
Jersey City, to take action upon this reso u
at the office of the Company, in the City of
tion; and further, that the Secretary forthwith
give notice of the said meeting, and of the
adoption of this resolution, within ten days
from this date, by publishing the said resolu
tion, with a notice of its adoption, in the Jer
sey City News, a newspaper published in the
City of Jersey City, for at least four weeks,
once a week, successively, and by mailing a
written or printed copy of the same to each
and every Stockholder of this Company in the
United States.
And further take notice that said meeting
will be held at the time and place and for the
purpose indicated in the said resolutions.
Dated February 4, 1904.
JOHN V. SMITH,
Secretary.
IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY.
To Richard Curd Daniel:—
By virtue of an order of the Cqurt of Chan
cery of New Jersey, made on the day of the
dat» hereof, in a cause wherein John E. Lan
ning, Receiver of the Monmouth Trust and
Safe Deposit Company, is complainant, and
you and others are defendants, you are re
quired to appear, plead, answer or denfur to
the bill of said complainant, on or before the
Twenty-aectmd day of March next, or the said
bill will be taken as confessed against you.
The said bill is filed to foreclose a mortgage
given/' by Richard Curd Daniel to Tfie State
Mutual Building and Loan Association of New
Jersey, dated February 23d, Nineteen Hundred,
on lands in the City of Jersey City; and you
are made a party defendant because you are
the owner of said mortgaged premises and exe
cuted the mortgage thereon.
Dated January 21. 1904.
DAVID HARVEY. JR.
Solicitor of Complainant,
OO Cookman Avenue, Aabury Park, N. J.
^ LEGAL NOTICES
IN CHANCERY "of"nEW J£RSEY " **
r>^utwe.^n Ann E* Hughes, Complainant, and
*7vUil>~r*ufhe*' et al6*> defendants.
On Sin for Partition and Decree for Sale.
Notice of Sale.
Thomas J. Kennedy, Solicitor.
By virtue of a decree of the Court of Chan
,rTUid?l. the abave stated caux: on the
ht.n ?^5fnth^'la^ of November, A. D., nineteen
*?d three* directing a sale of all gad
singular the premises mentioned and described
*h® bi 1 cornPiaint in said cause and in
for fiaIe' I* William B. Gillmore,
Special Master In Chancery of .New Jersey,
JJJi1 al Public vendue to the highest bidder,
*?rec5 ,?* b®reinafter particularly described.
afQ r1® following times and at the following
places. t irst, the premises hereinafter .Irst
described will be sold by me on said premises.
tb« Premises No. 366 Fifth street, Jersey
City, N. J., on Thursday, the Twenty-firm day
of January A. D. Nineteen hundred and four,
at two o clock P. M.; and the premises here
inafter secondly described will be soid by me
on said premises, being the premises No. 429}4
Monmouth street, Jersey City, N. J.. on Thurs
day, the Twenty-first day of January, A. D.
nineeteen hundred and four, at three o’elock
ir. M., which two tracts of land and premises I
wir—*** partlcularl>' described as follows, to !
„0^‘rat Parcel—AJ1 that certain lot, pieot or
parcel of land and premises situate, lying and
Oeing in Jersey City, Hudson County, New
Jereey, bounded and described as follows:
Beginning in the northerly line of Fifth
at * 1,01111 distant rfcjrty-seven (37) feet,
six (b) inches easterly from the northeasterly
corner of said Fifth and Brunswick streets;
thence running northerly parallel with Bruns
8treft’ t0» through and beyond a par:y
wall standing partly on the premises herein de
scribed, and partly on the premises next adjoin
SfLW2t€,ft.t52r** <w> thence east
2ly*/e?afallifl wlth Flfth street, twelve (12) feet,
inches; thence southerly, parallel with
Brunswick street, to, through and beyond a 1
standing partly on the premises !
“•™*n deacribod and partly on the premises
EfXtr^yolning etisterly thereto, Sfty (50) feet
to Fifth street, thence westerly, gioag the
northerly line of Fifth street, twelve %12) feei,
six (6) inches to the point or placa of begin
ning.
Second Parcel-All that tract or parcel of
land and premises, situate, lying and being in
J*™ey City, in thS' Coun-y of Hudson and
State of New Jersey, described as follows:
Beginning at a point Jn the westerly line of
Monmouth street, distant eighty-three (S3) feet
and one and one-half (1%) Inches northerly
Jrom the northwester^ corner of said Mon
mouth and Fourth streets; thence running (1)
northerly, along tho westerly line of Mon
foif MfSw’ eleven (11) feet ten and o.ie
nalf (lO^s) inches, to a certain alleyway of
ln running through the
middle of the block parallel with and equally
distant from Fourth and Fifth streets; thence
<-) wester,/, along the southerly line of said
adeyway, forty-four (44) feet; thonce (3) south
*r*y' Paraliel with Monmouth street, eleven
Ql) feet ten and ono-half <»H) incites; thence
(4) easterly, parallel with Fourth street,
through a party wall standing partly on the
premises herein described and partly on the
premises adjoining southerly thereto, forty
tour (44i feet to Monmouth street, the point or
place of beginning; reserving to the premises
in the rear of and adjoining the premises tierw
in described, the right and privilege to use ana
continue tc use the present system of draln
age into and through the premises herein de
scribed, as such system is now constructed,
and as such right is now exercised.
Including the inchoate rights of dower of the
defendants, Mary Hughes, wife of Patrick
Hughes, and Catharine Meehan, wife of
Thomas Meehan, together with all and singu
^ J". berecJ laments and appurtenances to the
said premises belonging or ir. anywise apper
taining.
Dated December 16th, 1903.
WILLIAM B. GILLMORE,
Special Master in Chancery.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals will be received by the
Board of Street and Water Commissioners on
Tuesday, February 23, 3904, at 2 P. M. in the
Assembly Chamber of the City Hall, for the
CONSTRUCTION OF A SEWER
in Summit avenue, from a point 263 feet south
of Crawford street to Crawford street, and in
Crawford street, from Summit avenue to Or
chard street.
Said sewer to be built conformably to the pro
visions of Chapter 217 of the Laws of 1805, and
in accordance with specifications on file in the
office of the Clerk of said Board.
Blank forms of bid and agreement of sureties
must be obtained at the office of the Chief En
gineer, City Hall, Jersey City, N. J.
ESTIMATE OF QUANTITIES.
160% standard
.. of coat.
About 42o lineal feet of 18-inch vitrified
pipe sewer, per lineal foot. $1.75
About 300 cubic yards of rock excavation,
per cubic yard. 3.00
About 10 cubic yards of concrete, per
cubic yard. 5.00
About 5,000 feet B. M. sheathing, per H.
feet.20.00
About 1 receiving basin, per basin.85.00
Time allowed for the completion of the work,
60 working days.
The making of the above improvement and
award of the contract therefor wifi be subject
to the remonstrance of the owners of the piop
erty liable for more than one-half the assess
ment therefor on the basis of preliminary j
sketch. !
Proposals must be enclosed in sealed envel- 1
opes, endorsed “Proposals for Construction o^ j
Sewer in Summit avenue and Crawford street.’’ i
directed to “Mr. James S. Nolan, Chairman of
the Committee on Streets and Sewers,’’ and !
handed to the Clerk of the Board in open meet
ing when tilled for in the order of business !
relating to sealed proposal*.
The bonds required to be furnished on pro
posals (and a possible subsequent contract) are
those of some surety company authorized to do
business in the State of New Jersey.
Bidders must state a single fix-d percentage
of the hundred per Gent, 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 form the baste upon
which payment will be made for all items
The attention of bidders is especially called
to Section 7, Chapiter 134, of the Laws or 1891
under the terms whereof no contract shall be
binding upon the city, or beoome effective or
operative until the bonds offered by the con
tractor have been approved to sufticiency
by this Board, and as to form* by the Corpora
tion Counsel, the President of this Board hav
ing power to examine the proposed bondsmen
under oath.
By order of the Board of Street and Water
Commissioners.
GEO. T. BOUTON.
Clerk
Dated Jersey City, February 11th, 1904.
ZO JOHN M. SlfiTB.
You are hereby no tilled that at a public tale
made by the City Collector of Jersey City, oa
the 11th day of October, 1889. the Mayor and
Aldermen of Jersey City purcnased for tha
sum of one thousand seven hundred and nine
ty-one dollars and eightv-eix cents all the land
and real estate situate In Jersey City, in the
County of Hudson and State of New Jersey,
fronting on Fairmount avenue, which is laid
down and designated as lots 20 and fcl, in block
number 229, upon an assessment map annexed
to a report number 3 made by tno “Commis
sioners of Adjustment” appointed in and £c»» !
•aid City by the Circuit ,-ourt of the County
of Hudson, a certined copy of which report
and map was tiled is the office of the p»*
Collector of Jersey City, on the 15th day of
November. 1S87, said report and map and said
sale being made pursuant to the provision* of
an Act of the Legislature of New Jersey,
passed March 30th. 1886. entitled:—
••An Act concerning the settlement and collec
tion cf arrearages of unpaid taxes, assess
ments and water rates or water-rents in
cities of this State, and im»o*ing and levy
ing a rax. assessment and lien in lieu and
Instead of such arrearages, and to enforce
the payment thereof, and to provide . for
the sale of land* subjected to future tax
ation and assessment/’
And the several supplements thereto.
And you are Turtner notified that you appear
to have an estate or interest in said land and
real estate, and unless the said laid and real
estate shall be redeemed, os provided in said
acts, before the expiration of six mwths from
and after the service hereof, a dad for the
same will be given conveying to the nfayor and
Aldermen of Jersey City, the fee simple oi
said land and real estate according te the pro
visions of the said act.
I HE MAYOR AND ALDERMEN OF JERSEY
CITY.
M. M. F43AN.
(Bui.) Mayor.
Attest:- tf. J. O’DONNELL,
City Clerk. !
(9a)* Vo. 12 ■»
RARITAN RIVER RAILROAD COMPANY.
N'-.ce is hereby given tnat the Holland
T»uat Company has resigned a* Trustee of the
firjt mortgage bondholders under the mortgage
dated January 1, 1889, made by the Raritan
River Railroad Company to said Holland 1
Trust Company, Trustee, that said resignation I
has been accepted by this Company, and that j
on June 17th, 1903, the Board of Directors of •
this Company, under the provisions of saiti
mortgage, has appointed The New Jersey Title f
Guarantee and Trust Company of Jersey City
to the office of Trustee under said mortgage, i
which Trusteeship has been duly accepted by
said last mentioned Company; -that a certlfl
cate of such appointment has been filed in the
office of the Secretary of State for New
Jersey, and that hereafter the interest coupon*
on said first mortgage bonds will be payable
at the banking rooms or The New Jersey
Title Guarantee and Trust Company, No. 88
Montgomery street, Jersey City.
RARITAN RIVER RAILROAD COMPANY.
^amww*. H EARLE. President
qtaw.ffis H. 8IBSON. Secretary.
LEGAL NOTICES
AN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY.
In toe matter or the application ol Margaret
McAloue for permission to sell lands owned by
Peter Murtaugh, supposed deceased.
To Peter Murtaugh and all persons claiming
any Interest in the lands and premises describ
ed in this notice, by or through the said Petes
Murtaugh.
, Please take notice, that Margaret McAloae
ni!LS»,**le<*,a Petition in the Court of Chancery*
°£ Jersey, praying fofr permission to sml
thf,r° Lowlng lands and premises, to wit:—
Al. those two certain lots, pieces or parcel*
or land And premises situate, lying and being
m the City of Jersey City, In the County o£
Huason and State of New Jersey, and know*
as Jots numbers 11 and 22, Block number ML
MaP entitled, “Assessment Map *1
the Old City of Jersey City from original sur
vey and the records, 1883, L. D. Poglar, Sum,
and more particularly described as lejlow#:—
Beginning at a point on the noriherty aids
of Wayne street distant 125 feet westerly from
the westerly line of Monmouth street; hence
U) northerly parallel with Monmouth street
2u0 feet to the southerly line of Railroad ave
nue; thence (2) westerly along the said south
erly line of Railroad avenue (23) feet; thence
<3) southerly parallel with Monmouth swreee
200 feet to the northerly side of Wayne street*
and thence (1) easterly along the ea*d norther
ly side of W’ayne street (26) foot to tbe»po4af
or place of beginning.
Being the same premises described in a>cer
taln deed made by Margaret Murtaugh- vridtrm
of Wililam Murtaugh to Margaret McAlone. b«
deed dated May 10th, 1892, and recorded |*
Liber 552, page 431; In which said laadb an*
premises one Peier Murtaugh had a cectfeLirs
interest; a sale of which said interest is pfag
ed, and a decree barring* the said Peter 1gur
taugn and all peregns o';aiming a&ap
in sard lands and estate by or thncntn so*3
Peter Murtaugh fom any claim <u titfe in fb<r
said land and real estate; said Peter Murtaugh!
utmg presumed dead; and take notice dL&at ttw
Chancellor has set Monday the >?{!#%' day o£
November, Nineteen Hmdred and Tw**, afi
ten o’clock in the forenaba of that dag, or a*
soon thereafter as counsel can be heard, a*
the Chancery Chambers In Jersey GHg. Num
ber 15 Exchange place, as tits rlm^. iwjgflp.
wnen and where a heaftag *1n bmfftfign*
the matter, and all persuss kite rests* maty at
tend at that time and be heard.
HUDSPETH & PirSTSTR,
Post ©fries address. No'' 1 n
-——-■«— ■—i .jT
TO CHARLES A. I
Weber, Julius Weber,
H*v,ig, Rudolph He wig,
•ephine Stadler, Gertx
Stadler, Charles Michel,
Mary Jaeger, John Jge
Rose Duffy, John Duffy,
Bayers, Henry Sgyers, h
Coates. Louis Lediaer. sc
of George Schuhndmex
Schuhriemen. widow;
Anna Kayser. Mary Lie
Young. • 'V-iiJflll
You are hereby notified that ac a public sad*
made by the City Collector ot Jersey CttyJ
on the 18th day of June, 1980. The M*y*ran<f
Aldermen of Jersey City purcfcasefYli «*«
sum of fifteen dollars and seventvxwe esnut
ALL the land and real estate nitSatelfi Jersey
«'uy, in the County of Hudson and Scats od
New Jersey, fronting on Western avenue,
which is laid down and designated as lots 19
and 11, in bloA number « U BM| tMi
L. D. Fowler's Official AsaesatneJtMap eg
Jersey City, N. J., 1394, said sale being made
pursuant to the provisions of an act Of the;
Legislature of New Jersey, passed Mar oh
IMS. entitled:—
"An Ac-, cuucernmg tne setuexn«g£ end col
lection of arrearages of unpOWT tases, ag*
seeementa and water rates or water rents
in cities of this State, and imposing agd'
levying a tax, assessment and H>n in liSp
end Instead of such arrearages, and to 9U*
force the payment thereof, audits psovtia*.
for the sale of lands subjected to furore
taxation and assessment."
And the several eUoplements thereto.
And you am turner notified tnat yon an
pear to have an estate or intfcrOit in said
land and real estate, and unless the said land
*ad Jreal estate shall be redeemed, an pro
vided in said acts, wjthin one year ttom tbs
date of sale and before the expiration of six
.nonthe from aftd after the serviae hereof, a
deed for the same will be given conveying to
The Mayor and Aldermen of Jersey CHy tbs
fee simple of said land and real estate accord
ing to che provisions of the said nets.
Dated Jersey City, N. J., November 3*. IMS.
THE MAYOR AND ALDERMEN OF JEfaBBT
CITY.
% M- M- FAGAN.
(Beal.) Mayor.
Attest:— M. J. O'DONNELL.
... (Sal, No. C1*r,t
STATE OF NEW JERSEY, DEPARTMENT
OF STATE.—CERTIFICATE OF FILING OF
CONSENT BY STOCKHOLDERS TO DIS
SOLUTION.
To all whom the*© present* may com*. Greet
ing—
Whereas, It appears to my satisfaction, by
duly ant nenfloated record of the procetrding*
for the vo.untary dissolution thereof deposit©**
In my office, that the United Bottling Work*.
& corporation of this State, whose principal
office is si mated at No. 290 Palisade avenge,
In the City of Jersey City, County of Hudson.
State 01 Nctf Jersey, (William Shaffer being
the Agent therein and in charge ther^bf, upon
whom process may be served), has complied
with the requirements of “An Act coneerrdng
corporations (Revision of 1896),“ preliminary t<*
the issuing of this Certificate that such consent
has been filed.
Now, therefore, I, S. D. Dicklnsen, Secretary
of State of the State ofNew Jersey, do hereby
certify that the said corporation did, on iS*
Twentj’-ninth day of September, 1903, file la
my office a duly executes and atxep(*d
in writing to the dissolution of spid ppraori*
tion, executed by more than two-third* fft in
terest of the stockholders thereof, whiofc naM
certificate and the record of the proeeeddnra
aforsaid are now on file in my saTd office m
provided by law.
In testimony whereof, I have hereto
set my hand and affixed my ol
(Seal.) cial seal, at Hwton. this Twenty
ninth day of Sentember. A. E>. one
thousand nine hundred and three.
S. D. DICKINSON.
»*>re&ry of Btat|.
CORPORATION NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that op . the 2ad day
of February, 1904, t^he Commiaeiepers of Xis-1
sessment filed in the office of the Clerk at,
the Board of Street and Water Conacmiestovers'
their final assessment map and report for th#
IMPROVEMENT OF VAN WFNKLB AV4C
between Hudson Boulevard and Germania, ave
nue, in accordance with petition preotfouafry
presented to said Board on the Hlji day pt\
July, 1903, and conformably to the jmptjpIMnr
of Chapter 217 of the Laws of 18£>, hastI the'
same is now open to Rubjat mspedttea ■» in ttie
office of the Clerk of said'BfjHt
And notice is also givens that the following
streets or avenues or particular section thereat
are included in said assessment, namely:—
VAN WINKLE AVENUE,
from Hudson Boulevard to Genmnla avenue;
GERMAN LA AV^NUeT
on the east side, from Vgn Wii\k]p avemie t®
a point about 25 feet north *ber*©ff;
HUDSON BOULS&A|tD,
on the west side, from Van wtncU avenue to
a point about 27 feet 9% inches north thereof;
SK1LLMAX A VEND#.
from Van Winkle avenue to a point about 23T
feet 6 inches north thereof.
And that in accordance with the provisions
of the act above cited, the 9th dey of Feb
ruary. 1904, at 2 o’clock P. M. and the As
sembly Chamber of the City Halt are hereby
fixed as the time and place wPPSp and where
the Board of Street and Water Csnwnissisoer*
will meet to hear, consider and adjudicate up
on all objections to the confirmation of sdt<t
final assessment map and report that may be
presented in writing.
By order of the Board of Street and Water
Commissioners.
GEORGE T. BOUTON,
Cferk. •
Dated Jersey City, February 3, 1994.
IN CHANCERY OF NS3W jraRSBY.
To Mary E. Dempsey and William J. Demp
sey, defendants.
By virtue of an order of the Court of Chances?
«f New Jersey, made on the day of the date
hereof, in a certain cause wherein Charles L.
Carrick, trustee, is complainant, and you y»4
another are defendants, you are required to ap
pear, plead answer or demur to the complain*
ant’s bill on or before the thirty-first day of De
cember next, or that In default thereof, such
decree will be made against you as the Chan
cellor shall think equitable and Just.
The object of the said suit Is to foreclose a
certain mortgage, dated the 10th day of AprM,
nineteen hundred, made by Elisabeth A.
Bournefe to complainant, covering lands situate
in Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey;
and you, Mary E. Dempsey, are made a de
fendant to said suit because you are the pres
ent owner of said lands; and you, William 3.
Dempsey, are made a defendant herein because
you are the husband of said Mary S. Dempssp
above named.
Dated October 30, 1903.
CARRICK & WORTEINDYKE.
Complainant's Solicitors,
Post Office address. 15 Exchange place,
. Jersey C!t>\ N. 3.
TO CATHARINE GLYNN AND MESSRS. Mo*
Ewan & McEwan, her Attorneys:— * .
You are hereby notified that I have presented
a petition to the Court of Common P.eas of
the County of Hudson, according to the form
of the statute in such case made and provided,
for the benefit of the insolvent laws of ths
State; and the said Court has appointed Fri
day, the Fourth day of March. Nineteen Hun
dred and Four, at ten o’clock in the forenoon,
or as soon thereafter as Counsel can be heard;
at the Court House of said County, as the time
and place at which It will attend to hear what
can be alleged for or against my liberation.
Dated January 12th, 1904.
GEORGE KELLY,
By MICHAEL I. FAGEN,
His Attorney*

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