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C£itg Items. gSJtJMW. --,;.:.*.:i:.a^= PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON. THE CITY PUBLISHING COMPANY Office, No. 261 Washington Street THE NEWS BUILDING. Telephone Call, Jersey City, 27L KEW YORK OFFICE—No. 23 Park Row (Room 42). HOBOKEN AGENCY—J. Lichtenstein. No. til Second Street. NEWARK AGENCY—F. N. Sommer. No. 7S3 Broad Street. , The only Democratic Daily Paper pub !i«i.eii in Jersey City. Siugle copies, one cent; subscription, three dollars per year, postage paid. , _ Entered i:i the Post Office at Jerset City tie secoud-class matter. All business communications should ne addressed to The Jersey City News; all leneri for publicatiou to the Managing Editor. DEMOCRATIC UTIOItL TICKET FOR PRESIDENT Alton B. Parker of New York FOR VICE PRESIDENT Henry G. Davis of West Virginia. FOR GOVERNOR CHARLES C. BLACK of Hudson County FOH CONGRESS. TENTH DISTRICT: allan l. McDermott. FOR STATE SENATOR: JAMES F. MINTURN. FOR COUNTY CLERK: MAURICE J. STACK. FOR REGISTER OF DEEDS: r JAMES C. CLARKE. FOB COUNTY SUPERVISOB: H. OTTO WITTPENN. FOB BOULEVARD COMISSIONERS: JOHN MAGNER. LOUIS D1EHM. FOR MEMBERS OF ASESMBLt: JAMES A. HAM ILL. MYRON G. ERNST. JOSEPH C. DUFF. EDW ARD A. MURPHY. GODFREY B. MATTHEUS. "A H.LIAM BOUCHER. D KELSEY WHITAKER, y VKKY W. LANGE. ARCHIBALD ALEXANDER. UDGAR H. I.OVERIDGE. .iGHN CALI.ERY. JOSEPH A. RIORDAN. M',l■ » TM:«FR of bo -,RD OF STItECT AND WATER COMMISSIONER >: 'LL DMAS F. ROONEY. Tl!X’Iii'D.VY, OCTOBER 27, 1004. It was s.ated at Democratic N'a tiu_..i! Inulquatu rs yesterday that while it; was not settled that Judge Parker woi’lmr.ke a speech at Madison Square Guidon next Monday night arrangements W»ve Iking made with that end in view, and it is ex.iteUJ that Judge Parker will Oe present anu speak at the meeting. The appointment of Mr. Cortelyou as chairman-collector of the Republican party will be recorded us the biggest *'ho!d-up” in the political history of the country. Mr. Cortelyou had been Secretary of Commerce. It bail become his duty to learn the interior facts of corporations. He dropped his office, and his next ap pearance to the corporations was in the character of money Collector for the Re publican party. We want to be entirely just. We are assured that Mr. Cortelyou wa* not Mr. Roosevelt’s first choice for campaign collector. There was a reluc tance, a shock, an initially wanting hard ihood about the idea of appointing him. / Cornelius R. Bliss was offered the place, but declined, although he consented to act as treasurer; that is, as the man one remove off. Mr. Murray Crane, of Mas Coitallftatlon Headache, biliousness, heartburn. Indl geition^ud all Uver Ilia are cured by Hood’9 PIHm bold by all druggists. 26 cents. saehusetts. was then asked to become the Chairman-Collector. He declined for rea sons that have nofctbeen divulged. Then came Mr. Cortelyou. We do not know whether he was appointed or drafted, whether he was elected or conscripted. We cfttinot believe that he “volunteered.” His appointment was marked by an extraordinary event: It was mnnnnced that, while he had resigned the Secre taryship of Commerce and Manufactures in order to act as Chairman-Collector for the Republican campaign, ami for tjtc Republican President, the latter intended to nmkiVhiiu Postmaster General, in fav or of tlie Republican party. litre was a Cabinet place of great' power given up by him who became Chairman-Collector, and in front of him was 'dangled a Cab inet place of far greater power, “con tingent on success.” That was a spur to Mr. Cortelyou. That was also a notice to those of whom Mr. Cortelyou might request subscriptions. In the event of success, contributing corporations could securely rest on Mr. Corte'you’s favor tnd friendship, as Mr. Roosevelt's rep resentative in a still more powerful Cab inet ».ftice than tlie one Mr. Cortelyou had U.'t. And should the party succeed, those who had refuse.! to contribute, or who had only made small contributions, would he "listed" by Mr. Cortelyou. and hc.v might know, or fear, or suspect, the •ouecq lienees! : Thir ’ Avaunt TH-ntre. The melodrama. “A Struggle for Gold” vrom the jieu of Mr. VV. It. Patton the vtdl-known actor and author, proved re dete in startling incidents and thrilling '.ng situations, at the same time posses sing a delightful vein of comedy, making t a play with an atmosphere as sweet ■s a spray of apple blossoms. A Struggle for Gold will visit New 'or Hie first time next Monday, when it rill lio’al the stage at the Third avenue Theatre. Mr. Joseph Martino lias an at rractiou in “A Struggle for Gold." thor oughly and-carefully equipped, magnifi cent scenery, a seif ted cast of recog nized players, star ft a tores, specialties headed b y the world's greatest origina tors. Gaspard Bros.. in the greatest of all scenic novelties, and positively the only act of its kind in the world. No expenses have been spared to make this attraction the greatest cf all western plays. SOURCE BQ0K8 OF HISTORY “TrttT»l» Th on-l» the Middle Set tleaen a of North America. The A. Wessels Company,^publishers, of New York, have just placed on the market a new edition of “Burnaby’s Travel* Through North America.” The book is reprinted from tiie third i dition, which appeared in 1798. Mr. Itufus Rockwell Wilson furnishes an introduc tion and notes. This volume is the first • of what the Wessels Company style the "Source Books of American History.” The Rev. Andrew Burnaby was a Church of England clergyman and the son of a Church of England Clergyman. He was born in 1734 at Asfordby in Leicestershire, England, and came to America in 1759 on a year’s tour previous to taking holy orders. It was during this sojourn on the Western Con tinent that he wrote the “Travels Through North America,” the hook re cording his own experiences and obser vations. As a picture of the Colonies at tliflt early time the book is invaluable, for the writer was a man of kindly disposition who- sought to do justice to the country and its inhabitants, and a shrewd observer who saw what was to be seen. Of course, he was by no means right in all his conclusions. His first visit was niade just when the Colonists were beginning to experience that dis conent at taxation without representa tion. which culminated in the Revolution. Burnaby wished heartily that England would conciliate 4ier Colonies, whose complaints lie found to be just, but lie uuderrated the power of the Colonies. To his third edition, published in 1798, after the Revolution llnd ended success fully for the Americans, ho again makes reflections which do credit to his heart but which hardly add to his reputation as a prophet. He still holds that con ciliation would have allowed England to retain the Colonies with their own con sent. but he adds that a wiser and more vigorous war policy would have held them whether they wished it or not. This may or may not be, but certainly the kindly clergyman was wrong in his prediction that the Colonies “will not be permanent or last for any considerable length of time; that that extensive coun try must necessarily be divided into sep arate States and kingdoms; that America will never, at least for many ages, be come formidable to Europe, or acquire What has been so frequently predicted, universal empire.” That the writer was actuated by a :% ■ \ ./-*'£ ■; -v ; - WONDERFUL CURE OF SORE HANDS \ ' ^ * By Cuticura After the Most Awful Suffering Ever Experienced. EIGHT DOCTORS , ’ m - w And Many Remedies Failed 4 to do a Cent’s Worth of Good. “ About five years ago I was troubled with sore bands, so sore that when I would put them In water the pain would ▼ery nearly set me crazy, the skin would peel off1 and the flesh would get hard and break. There woold be blood flow ing from at least fifty places on each band. Word6 could never tell the suf fering I endured for three years. I tried everything that I was told to use for fully three years, but could get no relief. I tried at least eight different doctors, but none of them seemed to do me auy good, as my hands were as bad when I got through doctoring as when I first began. I also tried many reme dies, but none of them ever did me one cent’s worth of good. I was discour aged and heart-sore. 1 would feel so bad mornings when I got up, to think I had to go to work and stand the pain for ten hours, and I often felt like giv ing up my position. Before I started to work mornings I would have to wrap every finger up separately, so as to try aud keep them soft aud then wear gloves over the rags to keep the grease from getting on my work. At night 1 would hare to wear gloves lu bud. In fact, I had to wear gloves all the time. But thanks to Cuticura, the greatest of ail great skin cures. Alter doctoring for three years, and spending much money, a 60c. box of Catieura Ointment ended all my suffer ings. It’s been two years since I used any and I don’t know what sore hands aio noW, and never lost a day’s work white using Cuticura Ointment.” THOMAS A. CLANCY, S10 N. Montgomery St., Trenton, N. J. Sold Ikroufhoot the world. Catieura Resolvent, 5<»e. /in form of ChocoUle Coated Pill*, 2£c. per vial of 00), Ointment. Me., 8oxi», 24c. Depots: London. 27 Charter hn.tatt Hq.tPana.5 Hue dela Ha x; Boston, 137 Columbus Ave. Putter Drue It Oht-rn. i'mp . Sole I'roprUtor*. ttr bead for “ The Great bkiu U jofc.** desire to do justice to America i« evi denced hr this passage to his original introduction:—“Tim present unhappy differences subsisting amongst 11s. with regard to America, will. I am sensible, expose tlie publication of this account to much censure and criticism, but I can trulv aver that I have been led to it by no party motive whatsoever. My first attachment, as is natural, is to my coun try; my next to America; and such is my affection for botli that I hope noth ing will ever happen to dissolve that union, which is necessary to their com mon liaplfiness.” Virginia was tlie first Colony visited, and our author gives a very minute ac count of tlie country, from tlie agricul tural. mercantile and social points of view. I11 this ease, as in that of the other Colonies, tlie information given tlie reader is as wide as it is condensed. Habits and customs are carefully noted and all sorts of out of the way data are furnished tlie student of America’s enriv days. A visit: to “Colonel” Wash ingtnn was an interesting event, and in tlie light of the “Colonel’s” subsequent •'history must have been a pleasant reminiscence for Burnaby. Philadelphia lie thought a flourishing City. Indeed, it seems to have impressed liini' more than New York or Boston, The women lie found very pretty nnd a little gay, for he says of the New York Indies later on that they “are handsome and agreeable, though rather more reserves! than the Philadelphian ladies.” Evident ly Philadelphia had not as yet acquired its reputation for slowness. New York did Sot impress him greatly. He says, "It contains between two and tiireo thousand houses mid lti.000 or 17,000 inhabitants, is tolerably well huiit and lias several good houses.” The me tropolis of tlie Western Continent lias outgrown that description. Of all the Colonies he liked Rhode Island least. Taken all in all. the Puri tanic spirit of New England did not accord with his kindly nature, notwith «» ^standing his profession, as well as the grenter liberality of the South. Space forbids any more lengthy notice of this delightful volume. The best tiling to recommend is a careful perusal of it. A reader who fails to find it in teresting must have little feeling for tlie infancy of the nation and small capacity for appreciating the quaint nnd curious observations of a capable and kindi.iv traveler. It is curious to note that Fred erick Burnaby, the soldier and traveler, who was killed in tlie battle of Abu Klen in the Soudan in 1885 was a de scendant in the fourth generation of the author of these travels in America. Tlie publishers place the price of the volume at 82.00. LAST MONTHAT ST. LOUIS World’* Fair Excursions Via P. R. R. Tlie low-rate ten-day coach excursions the Pennsylvania Railroad afford a line opportunity, for those who have not yet seen it to visit the greatest exposi* tidn ever held in this country. Wednes days. November 2,f>. 10, and 23 are the dates during the last month the Fair is open. BBIT'SH HEROES GRAVE Lgst Resting Place of Cap tain Leslie Killed at the Battle of Princeton. AT OLD PLUCKAMIN Stone Erected by an American Is Toppling Over and the Inscription Is Almost Gone. The historic village of Plnekamin lies midway between Somerville and Ber nardsville. on the main road from the. former to the latter town, says the Sun day “Call.” The residents, with consid erable pride, claim for it the distinction of being the oldest hamlet in the State, and one of the oldest in the country. It is certainly rich in Revolutionary lore, for the army of General Washington once lay encamped around the Village and the division of General Knox spent the winter there. It was there that the General’s daughter died. Application was made to bury her within the enclosure of the Presbyterian burying ground, near Bcdminster, about three miles from Plu?kamin, but was refused on account of tlie atheistic views the dead woman held in. life. She was interred, so the story goes, outside of the grounds, near the-fence, and subsequently a wealthy man, whose plot in the graveyard was next the spot where the young lady lay. extended his lot and took in the grave. However true or false the above story may be, there is no doubt about the old burying ground of the Presbyterian Church at Plnekamin containing the grgnve of an illustrious enemy of the American cause, who fell while fighting with the British at Princeton. The story of the wounding and death of the gallant Captain Leslie at Princeton is given in the “Recollections of the Life of Wash ington,” by Custis, and is as follows:— "It was while their Commamler-in Cliief reined up lqs horse upon approach ing the spot in a plowed field, where lay the gallant Colonel Harslet, mortally wounded, that he perceived some British soldiers supporting a wounded officer, and, upon inquiring his name and rank, was answered; ‘Captain Leslie.’ Dr. Benjamin Rush, who formed a part of the General's staff, earnestly asked, ‘A I Son of the Earl of Levin?’ to which the soldier replied in the affirmative. The doctor fhou addressed the general-in chief. ‘I bog Your Excellency to permit this wounded officer to be placed in my eare,.,that I may return, in however small degree, a part of the obligations I owe to his Worthy father for the many kiud ueapes received at his hands while I was a student at Edinburgh.’ The request was granted immediately, but alas! poor Leslie was soon past all surgery. He died the same evening, after reeiving every kindness and atten tion, and was buried next day at Plucfe nmiu with the honors of war. His troop, as they lowered his remains to the soldier's last rest, shed tears over the remains of a much-h^oved .commander.” A very plain stone was placed over the grave of this gallant young officer, with the following inscription:— IX MEMORY OF THE HON. CAFT. WILLIAM LESLIE, OF THE 17TII BRITISH REGIMENT SON OF HE EARL OF LEVIN IN SCOTLAND. HE FELL JANUARY 3.1, 1777, AGED 20 YEARS AT THE BATTLE OF PRINCETON. “HIS FRIEND BENJAMIN RUSH,M. D„ OF PHILADELPHIA. HATH CAUSED THIS STONE TO BE ERECTED, AS A MARK OF HlS ESTEEM FOR HIS WORTH. AND RESPECT FOR HIS NOBLE FAMILY. Wilkinson in his memoirs says that two days after the battle General Wash ington sent his aide, Colonel Fitzgerald, into the British camp with a Hag of truce. He was courteously received and introduced to the principal officers. The recital of Captain Leslie's death and the jespeot with which lie was treated affect ed one of the British genrals to tears, and when Colonel Fitzgerald returned he sent his acknowledgements to General Washington. Such is the pathetic Mory ns it has been told hy historians, as well as by the inhabitants of the village, of the death and sepulture of this gallant soldier, whose interment gives to tills quiet and secluded place a strong romantic fascin SHAVING IN A PULLMAN CAR is not so hard if yon use '‘EASY SUAVE,” the new lather, as it softens the beard quickly and makes the razor ent easier. "^ASY-SHAYE” is a creamy substance put up in tubes so that it .is convenient to carry. Sold by drug gists at lue. ' ation. The visitor to the sprit will note that nil signs of a grave have almost en tire!}- disappeared and only the time stained plain stone tell* of the one who sleeps beneath. The stone leans slightly to'one side ami gives to the grave an ap pearauce of neglect. It would be in keep ing with that gencrops and kindly im pulse which actuates every one who ap preciates valor aui noble sentiment in whatever cause displayed if the grave of this brave and %gallnnt officer, eneufy though he was, could be looked after and cared for and even a more suitable tablet be placed over it. It will be only a little while when time will erase the lettering that the inscription will become illegible. TO C TJR3 A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Ijaxa-tive Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove’s signature is on each box. 23c. SPECIAL MASTER’S SALE. Between Margaret Sheridan, complainant, and Briuget Bwift.v et a»a., ^efendan-s. On bill for partition ana decree for sale. . \vilson. Carr arid Stackhouse, s^iicito.s for complainant. By \ irtue of a decree of the Court of Chan cery of New Jersey, made In the above e titled cause and dated September 29, 1904, I, Pierre b\ Cook, one of the Special Masters of said Court, shall expose to sale at puo.ic ven due to the highest bidder on MONDAY, November 23, 1904, at the hour of two o’clock in the afternoon of said uay, at P. C. Woibert’s Real Estate Auc tion Rooms. No, 47 Montgomery scree,., Jersey City, New Jersey, in such po. tiona as to n.e shall deem most for the interest of the par lies. All that certain lot, tract or parcel of land anu premises situate, lying and ue.nj; in ;he City of Jersey City (formerly c ity of Hudsui.), County of Hudson and State of New Jers . , 'Known and designated as lot No. 117 on a c r tain map entitled, “Map of Johnsonvi. e, made, surveyed arid laid out into lots b Bevan and Slater, surveyors and civil en'_l iifcc.s. dated April 1, ioo4, and il.eJ in the’of fice of the Register of Deeds (formerly Clerk) of Hudson County, and bounded and d.acrib ed as follows:— Commencing at a point on the northerly side of Charles street, the distance of four hun dred and seventy-six fee: four Inches easterly from the northeast comer of Charles street and Bcrgenuood road; thence running riort. e. ly at right angles with Charles street one hun dred feet; tnence easterly parallel with Charles street" twenty-five feet; thence south erly at right ang.es with the las: mentioned line one hundred feet; thence westerly along Charles street twenty-five feet to the place of beginning. Being known as premises No. 110 Charles street, in the City of Jersey City aforesaid, and the same premises wnicl^Mar;. A. Noon and husband, by deed bearing date the twenty-second day of August, eighteen hundred and eighty-five, and recorded in the Register’s office of the County of Hudson.' in Book 406 of Deed#, for said County, at page 555, granted and conveyed u.ito Patrick Hynes. Also all that certain lot, tract or parcel • f land and premises hereinafter particularly de scribed, situate, lying and be.ng in the City of Jersey City, County of Hudson an 1 S ati of New Jersey, which, on a map en itled, “Map of Johnsonville. made, surveyed an a laid out into lots by Bevan and Slater, sur veyors and civil engineers, and filed l.i the office of the clerk (now Register) of Hudson County, and dated Ajiril 1. 1854.’’ is knnvn and designated a3 lot No. IIS, and is bo ;ndad westerly by lot No. 119. northerly by lo: No. 155, easterly by lot No. 115, souther.y by the northerly line of Charles street, and containing twenty-five feet front and rear by one hundred feet on both sides, as by reference to said map will more fully and at large appear. Beini known as premises 112 Charles street, in the City of Jersey City aforesaid, and the said premises which John W. Hoben and wife, b/ deed bearing date the twenty-seventh day of September, eighteen hundred and ninety-two, and recorded in the Register’s office of the County of Hudson, in Book 563 of Deeds for said County, at page 149, e.c.. granted and conveyed unto Patrick Hynes in fee. Also all that certain tract or parcel of land and premises, situate, lying and being In the City of Jersey City, County of Hudson and State of New Jersey, and is known and dis tinguished on a certain map entitled map of Johnsonville. made by Bevan and Slater, sur veyors. and filed in the office of the Clerk, now Register, of Hudson County, by the num ber 120, bounded and described as follows, v z.: Southerly In from by Charles street, no:ther ly in the rear by lot No. 153 on said nup, easterly on one side lot No. 119 and westvard ly on the other side by lot No. 121 on sad map, said lot being twenty-five feet wide in front and rear and one hundred feet deep, and the same premises which John W. Hoben and wife, by deed dated the eighth day of March, eighteen hundred and ninety-three, and record ed in the office of the Register of Deeds of Hudson County. In Book 571 of Deeds fm said County, at page 191. etc., granted and con veyed unto Patrick Hynes and Mary Hynes, his wife, in fee. Also all that certain tract or parcel of land end premises hereinafter particularly describ ed, situate, lying and being in the C ty of Jersey City. County of Hudson and State of New Jersey, which, on a man entitled, “Man of property belonging to William B. Ogder. I situate in the City of Hudson, County of Hud son and State of New Jersey, 1S63,” made by R. C. Bacot.i L. W. Post and J. Camp, Jr., civil engineers and city surveyors, Hudson City. N. J.. and filed In the Hudson County Clerk’s (now Register’^) office. May 12t , 1 6>, is known and designated as lot No. 43, in block 31. Also all that certain portion of lot 42, in block 31, being four feet wide in front and rear and one hundred feet deep on each side, said lots being taken together are twenty-n ne feet wide in front and rear and one hundred feet deep throughout, fronting and facing on the westerly line of Cambridge avenue, two ! hundred and ninety-three fe-et and six inches southerly from South street. The two tracts I of land above described are known as prem ises 157 Cambridge avenue in the City of Jer cey City aforesaid, and the same premises which Mary Heritage, widow, by deed of con veyance dated July 24th, 1896. and recorded in the Register’s office of the County of Hudson, in Book 661 of Deeds for said County, a: pase 283, granted and conveyed unto Mary Hynes in tea. Dated October 25, 1904. PIERRTO F. COOK. Special Master in Chancery of New Jersey, 1 Exchange place, Jersey City, N. J. State of New Jersey. ) BY STOCKHOLDERS TO DISSOLUTION. To all to„ whom these presents may come. Greeting:— Whereas, it appears to my satisfaction, by duly authenticated record of the proceedings for the voluntary dissolution thereof deposited In my office, that the New York Petroleum Soap Company, a corporation of this State, whose principal office is situated at No. 146 Twelfth street. In the City of Jersey City, County of Hudson, State of New Jersey (William A. Pinto being the agent therein and in charge thereof, upon whom process may be served), lias complied with the re quirements of “An act concerning corpora tions (Revision of 1896),” preliminary to the issuing of this certificate that such consent has been filed. Now, therefore, I, S. D. Dickinson, Secre tary of State of New Jersey, dp hereby cer tify that the said corporation did, on the twenty-sixth day of March, 1904, fl:e in my office a duly executed and attested consent in writing to the dissolution of said corporation, executed by more than two-thirds in interest of the stockholders thereof, which said cer tificate and the record of the proceeding 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 twenty-sixth day of March, 'A. D. one thousand nine hundred and four. 3. p. DICKTNSON, Secretary of State. STATE OF NEW JERSEY-DEPARTMENT OF STATE. CERTIFICATE OF FILING OF CONSENT BY STOCKHOLDERS TO DISSOLUTION. To All to Whom these Presents May Com a. Greeting:— Whereas, It appears to my satisfaction, by duly authenticated record of the proceedings for the voluntary dissolution thereof deposited In my office, that the CONSOLIDATED STOR AGE BATTERIES COMPANY, a corporation of this State, whose principal office is situated at No. 15 Exchange place, in the City of Jer sey City, County of Hudson, State of New Jersey (Registry" & Transfer Co. being the agent therein and in charge thereof, upon whom process may be served), nas compiled with the requirement* of “An Act, concerning corporations (Revision of 1896),“ preliminary to the issuing of this certificate that such consent has been filed. ■ Now, therefore, I, S. D. Dickinson, Secre tary of State of the state of New Jersey, do hereoy certify that the said corporation did, on the Twenty-ninth day of June, 1904, file in my office a duly executed and attested con sent In writing tea the dissolution of said cor poration, executed *by more than two-thirds In interest of the stockholders thereof, which said certificate and the record of the proceeding aiortsuic are 'low on file in my said office as provided by law. Ip testimony whereof. I have hernio set my hand and affixed my official <SAl.) »***. ot Trenton, thl* Twenty-ninth day of June, A. D. one bousand nine hundred and. four. S. D. DICKINSON. Secretary jf State. v'- >■ V,-’ . <: ■ " - f-: LEGAL NOTICES ivuY^jW.rutnrijViVi*i'VrViin-i*ri',‘ *■ ■ * * IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY. Between Anna C.V.R.Romalnt,administratrix of tcaac Romanic, decease*, Stud i.iui .IttUaUy, eonpia.uant, and Albert homftiM, arid John D. Remain* afid others, defendants. on bin, die., and decree for »*.*. Isaac 6. Taylor, solicitor of complainant. By virtue of a Decree for Sale in the ab ve cause, dated on the thirtieth day of September, A. D. 19u4, as of tne twentieth day of Septem* ber in said year, A shall sel. uy public \en.ue at tne saiea room of the REAL ESTATE TRUSTS CO., No. 66 MONTGOMERY STREET. JERSEY CATY, on TUESDAY, the TWENTY SECOND day of NOVEMBER. A. D. 1904, a. two o'clock In the afternoon, ah tne lollop ing described lands and premises, with tne appurtenance—being the same deser.to.d in said Decree for sale—and all be ng situate in Jersey City, Hudson county, New Jersey, that is to say;— FIRST TRACT.—AM that tract which may be thus described:— Beginning In the northerly line of Academy street where the same is intersected by th ; easterly line of the lands conveyed ,o tne Mayor and Aldermen of Jersey city by Albert Uumaine and others by deed uated Augus. 5 h. . A. D. 1903. . Thence running (1) northerly along t .e said last mentioned line one hundrid and e ghty- ; seven (187) feet more or,, less to a p^.at .u line with the southwesterly end of Dick street. Thence (2) easterly along t; e nor.herly Una of lands formerly of Jonn it. Rom me, d - ceased, thirty-nine (39) Ict-t and ninety o.e- , hundredths (90/100) of a foot to the wes.eny j end of the lands conveyed to rtusau E. Lewis i by said Albert .Romaine and others by deed ! uated September la. A. D. 1903. Thence (3) southerly along said last men tioned line elghty-une (81) feet and eignty- | eignt one-nunureuths (SS/lo#) of a root. Thence (4) easterly again and parallel with j the souuheny line of the land so conveyea to said Lewis twenty-three (23) feet and nine tenths (9/10) of a UiOt to a point. Thence (i>) southerly again and parallel with Tutrs avenue or.c nunuied and six (i n) feel and thirty-two cne-nuubreaths u2/1(10) of a foot more or less, to tne northerly line if Academy street, at a point therein waica i* distant sixty-four (04) feet easterly from the point of beginning; and Thence (0) wesier.y along the said line cf Academy street sixty-four (64) feet to the point of beginning, with the dwelling house now standing upon said premises. SECOND TRACT.—All that tiact which may be thus described:— Beginning at a point in the northerly line of Acaoemy street, distant westerly iorty-four (44) feet from the corner formed by the in.er section of the said line of Academy street with the westerly line of Tuers avenue. Thence running (1) northerly parallel with Tuers avenue one hundred and six (10J) feet and thirty-two one-hunuredtha (32/100) ieet' to a oolnt. Thence (2) westerly parallel with Academy street twenty-two (22) feet to a point . Thence (8) southerly parallel with Tu’is ave nue one hunurtd and six (l'J6) feet and thirty two one-hundredths (22/100) of a foot to Aca i emy street at a point therein which distant sixty-four (o4) feet easterly from the easterly line of the lands conveyed to the Mayor an-i Aldermen of Jersey CLy by Albert Homairte and others by deeu dated August 5th, A. D. Isw3; and Thence (4) easterly along the northerly line j of Academy street twenty-two (22) feet to the j point of beginning. THIRD TRACT.—All that tract which may j he thus described:— Beginning at a point in the westerly line ol | Tuers avenu where the same Is intersected by the southerly line of the lands conveyed o j .~>usan E. Lewis by Albert Remain am others by deed- dated September 15. A. D. 19u3. . Thence running »1) westerly along the said j last mentioned line eighty-nine foec and ni..e- ; ft-ins (9/lU) of a foot to a point. Thence (2) southerly parallel with Tue:s ave- i one forty (40) feet to a point. Thence (3) easterly and parallel with the j rtrst course elghty-niOe (*9) fee: a,>d ni.: tenth - *9-10) of a foot to the westerly line of Tuers avenue: and Thence (4) northerly along said westerly lino . of said avenue forty (40) feet to the point of beginning. FOURTH^ TRACT.— All that lot or tiact of ; land and premises:— Beginning at a point in the southeasterly ; side of Summit avenue where tne southerly line of lands formerly of O. W. Sage Inter sects said avenue. Thence running (1) southerly aiong sail line of Summit avenue seventy-two (72) feet to t :e line of lands formerly of George or Ann New- , kirk and previously of Tnomas Peer. Thence (2) easterly along said Ne.* kirks’ line one hundred and forty-five (14j) fe t to i a poipt in the line.of lanas conveyed to on* George T. Jones by John R. Rjmi:r, now , deceased, by deed dated August 1, A. D. 18 3. and recorded in Book 3£3 of Deeds ror Hud son County, on page 48, &e. Thence (3) northerly amng said line of lands now or formerly of said Jones seventy-t.vo (72) j ieet to a point: and Thence (4) westerly and parallel with the sec ond course one hundred and forty-five *1*5) j feet to the point or place of beginning with j tne dwelling house staiming on said p. e.r.ise , : being part of the former homestead o: Ralph | Romine. deceased. FIFTH TRACT.—All that lot or tract of lar.d and premises fronting on the norm westerly i side of Summit avenue and bounded easterly by said line of Summit avenue; nort erly aid westerly by lands conveyed to Arthur „-v. Van Winkle by John R. Romine by deed dated October 24. A. D. 1892, and recorded in Bom 629 of Deeds for Hudson County, on page 347, A2c.. and southerly by lands now or formerly of Ferdinand Fehgraf and wife, *vbich were conveyed to them by Herman W. Kopf and wife, by deed dated March 10th, A. D. laSS, and recorded in Book 417 of Deeds for said Hudson County, on page 121, &c. Said lot being about twenty-five (23) feet wide in front and rear and about one hun dred (100) feet in depth, be the said dimen sions more or less, with the buildings’ thereon erected. SIXTH TRACT.—All that triangular lot or plot bounded by the Hudson County Boule vard, Sip avenue and Tonnele avenue, and fronting about ninety-eight (98) feet on said Boulevard, and about eighty-three (S3) fee: on Sip avenue and about eighty-one (si) feet on Tonnele avenue. SEVENTH TRACT.—Be ginning at a point formed by the intersection of the westerly line of Van Wagenen avenue with the northerly line of Sip avenue, and running Thence (1) northerly along the wes erly line of Van Wagenen avenue one hundred and sixty-five (1(D) feet and fifty-four oue-h^n dredths (54/100) of a foot, more or less, to the northeny line of lands of which Jonn R. Romine died seized. Thence (2) westerly along said northerly line one hundred (100) feet, more or less, to tne middle of the block. Thence (3) southerly parallel with Van Wag* eoen avenue sixty-six (66) feet. Thence (4) easterly parallel with Sip avenue fifty (50) feet Thence (5) southerly parallel with Van Wag enen avenue one hundred (100) feet to Sip ave nue; and Thence (6) easterly along Sip avenue fifty (50) feet to tho^piace of beginning. EIGHTH TRACT.—Beginning at a point formed by the intersection of the northerly line of Sip avenue with the westerly line of Corbin avenue; and Thence (1) northerly along Corbin avenue one hundred and twenty-three (123) feet and five one-hundredths (6/100) of a foot. Thence (2) westerly parallel wLh Sip avenue one hundred (100) feet more or less to the centre line of the block. Thence (3) southerly parallel with Corbin avenue one hundred and twenty-three (123) feet and five one-hUndredths (5/100) of a foot. Thence (4) easterly along Sip avenue one hundred (100) feet, more or less, to the point or place of beginning. Dated October 17, A. D. 1904. ANNA C. V. R. ROMAINE. Admx. of Isaac Komaine. ueed. SPECIAL. MASTER’S SALE.—IN CHAN cerv of New Jersey. Between Catherine Mack, complainant, and Mary liannigan, et als., defendants. On bill for partition* and decree for sale. Charles M. Vreeland, solicitor for comp a In ant. By virtue of a decree of the Court of Chan cei*y of New Jersey, made in the above enti tled cause on the twenty-second day of Sep tember, 1904, ordering the sale of the prem ises hereinafter described. I, Thomas J. Ken nedy, one of the Special Masters of the said Court, will sell at public vendue, to the highest bidder, on FRIDAY, the eighteenth (Uty of Novem ber, A. D. 1904, at two o'clock in the afternoon, upon the said premises, at No. 1 Halladay street. Jer;ey City, all the following described lands and premises, being the same described in the sa.d decree, to wit:—All those certain'lo.s, pieces or parcels of land and premises, situate, lying and being in Jersey City, in the County cf Hudson and State of New Jersey, which on a certain map, entitled “Map of S-u.h La fayette, Hudson Comity. New Jersey, made by Mtfllory and Miller. City Surveyors, Jerey City,” are known and distinguished as lots numbered thirty-two . (32), thirty-eight (c8) and thirty-nine (S9) in block numbered six hundred and seventy-two, including the in choate rights of dower of the defendants, Jennie L. Murray, wife of John P. Murray; Augustus Brisky Doyle, wife bf Michael Pat rick Doyle; Susan Philips Doyle, wife of Thomas Doyle:’ and Elizabeth McKeen Doyle, wife of James Doyle, together with all and singular the hereditaments and appur.enancvs to -the said premises belonging or in anywise appertaining. THOMAS J. KENNEDY. Special Master in Chancery of New Jersey, 15 Exchange Place, Jersey City, N. J. Dated October 19, 1904. COREORATION NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that on the 11th day of January, nineteen hundred and four, appli cation was made to the Board of S.reet a id Water Commissioners, by The Morris and Es sex Railroad Company and others, to vacate Nineteenth street, between the easterly slue of Grove street and the westeny side of H nd r son street, and that the 24th day of October, nineteen hundred and four, at ten A. M. and the meeting room of the Board of Street an 1 Water Commissioners. In Jersey City, are i hereby fixed as the time and p ace, when and whe^the Board of Street and Wa<er Oommb= fiioners^tolll meet to hear and consider all ob jections to said vacation that may be present ed in writing. By order of the Board of Street and Wa:er Commissioner*. GEO. T. BOUTON. Clerk. Dated Jersey City, October 1. 1904. Guaranteed Five Per Cent. 20-Year Endowment Bonds are pop- I ular—twice tho face amount 1 of the Eond paid in cash at the end of twenty years. Send for specimen. The Prudential INSURANCE CO. OF AMERICA. Home Office, Newark,N. J . FTS Hryden Presick-nt. Edgar li. Ward, 2d Vice President. Leslie D. \\ aid. \ ice President. Forrest K. Dryden, 3d Vice President Edward Gray, Secretary. 1838 F- B. REIvv?; ?up'- ®08fLF«ner Bldg.. Tel. 2832 Jersey City. N J. fc £?• “■ ,LA,,‘Ntnv' £upt- 3id Newark Are.. Tel. 3072 Jersev City. N. J. , fe- ;IaCKS°N Supt.. Booms 401-5. Hudson Trust Co. Bldg.. Hudson and * Newark St>-., fe!. 143-1, Hoboken. N. J. ' 5 DAi'-iH Ii-ERXH-;,RZ: ^JRl".440 Spring St.. N. E. cor. High Point .fve.. Tei lo4-I Union. West Hoboken. N. J. Mi1!aRTr F™?Sypt.. 742-4 Avenue D. Tel. 43 A. Bayonne N. .T. CIIAS. J. DONOHLE, District Manager, Hudson, County, 80b VVestside Ave.. Jersey City, N. J. , -- - ——w—»a——swurnai ■wmim mmBdmmmtammamjaamr - AWNINGS Takes Bovs an-! btor.l uw the vVintar Canopies for Weddings and Re ceptions. Crash and Camp Chairs for Hire. Waterproof Wagon Covers and Tarpaulins. U EAVER’S OLD QUART£Ri 2d 28 & 30 Gregory Street. LEGAL JFOlICES. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON THE twenty-fifth day of July, 1904, application was made to the Hoard of Street and VVa.ar Commissioners by Jos tali Far'ruigt & H-r* Company ana others for the vacation of por tion® of Garrabrant street, as foiliflva:— First. Beginning at a point in the north easterly line of Cornmumpaw’ avenue at its In tersection with the northwesterly line of Garra brant street; thence running northeasterly along the northwesterly line of Gariaorant street six hundred and ten (610) feet; thanes southeasterly at right angies to said line of Garrabrant street sixty (60) feet to the south easterly line of said Garrabrant street; thence southwesterly along said southeasterly line of Garrabrant street six hundred and ten (Cl ) ieet to the northeasterly line of Commumpaw avenue; thence northwesterly along tr.e north easterly line of Comniunipaw avenua sixty (cu) feet to that place of beginning. Second, beginning at a point in the north westerly line of Garrabrant street a: i>s inter section with the northeasterly lin * of Maple street►JhAce running northeasterly along the saiu northwesterly line of Garrabrant street three hundred and uinetv-flve (395) feet to the southwesterly line or Johnston avenue; thence southeasterly at right angles to ^aid line of Garrabrant street sixty <«0) fee: U the southeasterly line of Garrabrant street; thence southwesterly along said line of G .r rabrant street three hundred and ninety-five (3»i» :eet to a point; thence northwesterly at right angles to said scutneastefly line of Gar rabrant street sixty (60) feet to the point or place of beginning; which said prop.sed va cation is more particularly shown on map at tached to said petition, and that the twelfth day of September, 1904, at 10 o’clock A. M.. and the Assembly Chamber of the City Hall ire fixed as the time and place when and where the Board of Street and Water Com missioners will meet to hear ana consider any objectons to said proposed vacation that may be presented In writing. By order of the Beard of Srreet and Water Commissioners. GEO. T. BOUTON. Clerk. Dated Jersey City. August IS. 1904. SPECIAL MASTER’S S4LE. IN CHANCER V of New Jersey. Between Margaret Ford, complainant, and Magdalena Bove, et als., defendants. On bill for partition and decree for sale. J. Merritt Lane, solicitor for complainant. August Ziegener, Jr., and James Agne**. aoilcl lors ior defendants. By virtue of a decree of the Court of Chan cery of New Jersey, made in the above cause, bearing date the eleventh day of „ July, 1904, directing a sale of all and singular the prem ises mentioned and described in tne said bid of complaint and said decree for sale, I, Charles C. Black. Special Master In Chancery of New Jersey, shall sell at public vendue, to the hignest biaaer. <>n TUESDAY. AUGUST 30th, 1904. at two o’clock Id the afternoon of said day, at and upon the said premises hereinafter de scribed, in such portions as to me shall seem most for the interest of the parties, all the following described land and premises, being the same d**scribed in said decree for- sale, to wit:— All those certain lots, tracts, parcels or pieces of land and premises, situate, lying and being in the Township (now the Town) of West Hoboken, in the County of Hudson, and State of New Jersey, which on a certa n map, entitled "Sketch showing survey of lo s fifty-seven (57) and fifty-nine (59) and plot," map of property belonging to the We.it Hjbo ken Land Association, Town of West Hobokm. N. J., made by George W. Bond, C. E. an 1 Surveyor, and filed in the office of the Regis: »r of Hudson County as No. 1,288, as lots num bered "A,” "B," "C," "D," "E" and •*F," on said map or sketch, including the dower right of the defendants, Elizabeth Lux. Annie Lux and Sophie Lux. together with all and singular the hereditaments and appurtenance* to the said premises belonging or in anywise appertaining. Dated July 26. 1904. CHAPvT.ES C. BLACK. Special Master in Chancery of New Jer»av. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed proposals will be received bv th^ Board of Street and Water CommmBaioners on Monday, October 3rd, 11)04, at tan o’clock A. M.. in the Assembly Chamber of the City Hall, for the , REPAVING OF GRAND STREET, from Mill Creek to Commun.paw avenue. Said impros'emant to be made conloimabiy to ami in accordance with specirtcatio.is on fie :n the office of the Clerk of said Board. Blank forms of bid and agreement of sureties must b« obtained at the office of the Ch.ef Engineer, City Hall. Jersey City. N. J. ESTIMATE OF QUANTITIES. 100% Standard of Cost. About 1,000 cubic yards of cinder filling, at per cubic yard.... * *3J About 17,285 square yards of repaving (Belgian), at per square yard ..3 About 1.600 % lineal feet or curb stone. quarry dresseSl at per lineal foot.•>! About 1,100* square feet bridge stone, at per square foot.....: ’** About 5.4)0 lineal feet of resetting and dressing curb stone, at per lineal foot.. .06 About 1,100’ square feet cf relaying and dressing bridge stone, at per square ...*.. *0o About ?i resetting receiving basin heads. at each.*. n.uo About S resetting manhole heads, at etch. 2.0 > The coat of sand required foit covering and Ailing all Joints shall be Included In th„- price paid per square yard for repaving. 1 T i me allowed for the completion oX the work. 90 working days. Proposals must bo enclosed In sealed en velopes endorsed "Proposals for the Repav ing of Grand Street.” directed to "Mr. James s Nolan Chairman of the Committee o:i Streets and Sewers." and handed to the Clerk of the Board In open meeting when called for in the or-er of business relating to sealed pro 1 'lhe bonds required to be rurnlshed on pro r^....... taml a possible subsequent con ract) art* t! se of some surety company authorised to oo busm«.as in the Stnte of New Je:sey. Bidders must state a single fixed percentage of the hundred oer cent, standard above quoted fer which *.he> will furnish all materi als and do al! the work comprehended in speci fications. and if find award of contract te made, ihe per cent so stated will form the basis upon which payment will be raaae for ail items. The Hoard may, under the provisions of the act above cited, exercise its right to reject i any or all proposals. The attention of bidders Is especially called to Section 7. Chapter 134, of the Laws of 1891. under the term* whereof no contract shall be binding upon the city, or becore 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 CorooritiOn Counsel, the President of this 'Board having the power to examine the pro posed bondsmen under oath. By order of the Board of. Street and Watte Commissioners. GEO. T. BOUTON. Clerk, Dated Jersey City, September 27th, 1904. f:” - \ LEGAL XVTICES. BY VTKTUJ3 Ob .-w* i..... p nans' L.ourt of the County of Hudson, xuac* July sin, ij'M, ai two u'cioca at me auter.-c^u, be*, at pixuuc Vendue, upon me p. emiae.-, uii those certain iota or parcels of iaud a.tu prem ise. aituaici lying and oeiiig in City, ia me County of Hudson and State of New Jer sey, as follows:— 1st Tract—Tnat lot known and Ues.gnated by the number twenty-seven «2?>. In block num bered live hundred and iweniy-oae (o£l), on a certain map entitled “Map of the 13th, 14th, loth and ltith Wards of Jersey city, formerly the City of Bergen, Hudson county. New jer sey. made by oruer of the Mayor and Alder men of the City of Bergen by John P. Cu.ver, City Surveyor, 1870,’* said iot Is situa-ed and fronts on Siedler. formerly Barrows, street. 2nd Tract—Beginning at a point on ib* southerly side of Cumimiri.paw a.cue Sisuim one hundred and twenty-five (125) feet wester ly from Jackson avenue; thence running south erly parallel with Jacksdn avenue aineL\-fivs (95) feet; thence westerly parallel with Co*n munlpaw avenue twenty end five ten the (gj.5) feet; thence northerly parallel with Jackson avenue ninety-five (85) feet to Communipaw avenue; thence easterly along Cora mump* w avenue twenty and five tenths (20.3) feet to be ginning. 3rd Tract—Beginning at a point in the south erly line of Siedler (formerly Barrows) street at the corner of lot thirty-two (32) on the ’Map of Sherwood. Hudson County, N. J.,“ on file in Hudscrrt County Register’s office, which pofht is distant two hundred and thlr y-aix (238) feet ten (10) inches northeasterly from the corner of Bramhall avenue; thence running northeasterly along said Siedler street fifty «5<i feet to the line dividing lota twenty-six (26) and twenty-eight (28) on ‘■aid map, thence southeasterly aims said line one hundred o*jv> feet; thence southwesterly fifty (50) feet to the line of lot thirty-two (82); thence nnhve teriv along said line one hundred ilOd) feet to Sied ler street, at the place of beginning; b ing iota ‘tventy-elgh: <2S) and thirty (30) as laid down bn said map. Dated June 8th, 1904. MART XOLAV. Admlnistra^r!*. TO JACOB BEKTSCHMANN. AMELIA Bertschmann, hia wile; George H. Wcuoa, Annie T. Mttioa, his wife; Banque Gw lonale Vaud tse, the Bank of Montreal, Lr xnenegildo Paladini, Emanaul Gerli, Joseph Haiti, The Victory Siik Mill, The Bergea Hill Pleasure Ground Association. Marie Mussmann a;id John Muasmann. You are hereby notified that at a public aaie made by the City Collector of Jersey City, on the 2«th day of April, 1904, 1 purchased for tne Bum of Forty-five Dollar* and Fiftr Cents all the land and raai estate situate In Jersey City, in the County of Hudson and State of New Jersey, fronting on Hudson Boulevard, which is laid down and designated as lots three and four (2 and 4), in blocs number nine hundred twenty-four (924), as shown upon Li D. Fowler’a official assessment map of Jersey City, (1894), said sale being made pursuant to the provisions of an act of the Legislature of New Teraey, passed March lOth, 1SS6. entitled-— “An Act concerning the settlement and collec tion of arrearages of unpaid tajtet, assess ments and water rates or water rents in cities of this State, and imposing and levy ing a tax, assessment and lien In lieu and instead of such arrearages, and to enforce the payment thereof, and to provide for the sale of lands subjected to future taxa tion and assessment,” And the several supplements thereto. And you are further notified that you appear to have an estate c* Interest In said land ani real estate, and unless the said land and real estate shall be redeemed, as provided in su’d acts, within one year from the date of sa « and before the expiration of six months from and after the service hereof, a deed for th • same will be given conveying to the pumas*.** the fee simple of said land and real estate ac cording to the provisions of the said acts Dared Jersey City. N\ J., May 10th, 190*. CHARLES M. VREELAND. Purchaser. Jersey City, N. J. (Stale No. 10228.). IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY. To Minnie E. Emmons and John E. 1 Andrus:— Take notice, that by Tirtue of an order of the Court of Chancery, made on the day of the date hereof, in a cause whero i in ' Susan M. VreelanJ’ is complainant, » and you are defendants, you are re quired to appear, plead, demur or an swer to the complainant’s bill on or be fore the twenty-fourth day of October next, or in default thereof such decree be made against you as the Chancellor thinks equitatable and just. Th said bill is filed to forelose a mort gage made by Minnie E. Emmons to the complainant upon lands iu Jersey City, and given to secure the pay mem ■ f $3,500. and bearing date the 27t hday of January, eighteen hundred and nine* .ty-eight. _ „ And vou. Minnie E. Emmons are maoe defendant because you c'aim to own said lands. And you. John E. And; a-., are made defendant because you caused an artcach ment to be issued out of tile Supreme Court of the State of New Jersey rga.nst Minnie E. Emmons, and by virtue there* of mnv claim to hav some lien upou u* interest in said mortgaged premises. Dated August 22ud, 1901. WILLIAM G. Bt’MSTKL), Solicitor of Complainant. Office and posioiHc adiirss. No. 1 Exchange Place. Jersey City, New Jersey * STATE OF NEW JERSEY iSEaL.) rfePARTMBNT 01' blATE.—CERTIFICAT1 OF DISSOLUTION. To all to whom these presema may come, (J reeling:— Whereas, It appear* to my satisfaction, bj duly authenticated record of the proceeding! for the voluntary dissolution there '' by th« unanimous Consent ot a.. stuc.,hj. . rs, Poa.Leu In' my off.ee. that the Ferdinand Hir=ch v.neorporateii) Coh.puny, a curporaaor of fnf* State, wuose principal oince is situat ed at No. I Montgomery street, in the City oi Jersey City, County or Hudson. State of New Jersey, ttieorge VV. Fiaaeke, Jr,, being e gen therein and in charge thereof, upon whom pro cess may be served), has compiled with :h* requirements of "An Act concern ng corpora tions tRevislon of UM)," preliminary to tin issuing df this Certificate of Dissolution. Now, therefore, I. S. D. Dickinson, Secretary Twenty-fourth day of May, ISM. file in my certify that the said corporation did, on tht Twenty-fourth day of May, 1904, le !n mj office a duly executed and attested consent it writing to the dissolution of said corporation, executed by all the stockholders thereof, whlcl! said consent and the record of the proceeding! aforesaid are now on file In my said office ai provided by law. In testimony whereof. I have heretc set my hand and affixed my official (Sea).) seal, at Trenton, this Twenty-fourti day of May. A. D. one thousand nine tttndied and four. • t>. DICKINSON. Secretary of Stata.