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lETTERS TO TIIK EDITOR
REPUBLICANS AND The RECOUNT.
<& the Editor of The Tribune.
«•,: 1 have bean a raadar of roar valued Journal
m na=y year*, and have always admired your
♦aitorial artidea on aubjeeta of interest to
Itjc people su>d your able counsel at all times to the
jjßputfica:; party, of -which I have been a ateaoV
jjjt member since the formation of It 1a.1858. X
tfto matched anxiously for some comments on the
fsS! g9g 9 of the Legislature to pass the recount bin.
jjgt yon have not had anything on the subject (un
jjs, I t»ve Inadvertently missed !t). I an dlsap
-pjntefl «ry much In the action of the Legislature
*, tsSSss to pass the measure, as It would at once
,3^ g«tUed the cuestlon. who was the legally
>_. : -3 Mayer of our city. Ton must certainly
KBOBr there Is a widespread Impression In the
jjjaSi of the people. Irrespective of party affilia
gaßß, that Georce B. McCleUan was not elected
juycr. asd It was. therefore, a manifest act of
jjailse to ascertain the tacts by the passing- of
jjj, til I am astounded at the action of our
prO- la tbe Legislature. I think It was worse than
- blunder— was a crime— and perfectly lnex
jjcable to me and thousands of other Republicans
If it'.B city who did not vote for Mr. Hearst but
•Vtsinly an not desire to have him cheated out of
*c office of Mayor If he received a majority of the
-Sea. As it is now. he roses as a martyr, and
tbe Republican party is blamed for the refusal to
km the votes recounted that were cast at the last
Sedan. Was there ever a more stupid thing- done
Kr the leaders of the Republican party, from a
-oßticsl view of the question? Common sense, as
53; a* a sense of justice, would have dictated a
-jfjerent course. . I cannot for the life of m» see
SarV) the political wisdom was that Influenced the
j-iads of the leaders of the party in defeating this
proper measure for determining the will of
the people as expressed in the ballot box. They
thoaia have left so around for the adherents of
I»r Bea-rst to accuse our party of any injustice
er cf covering- up ballot box frauds. After reading*
rOCI editorial In to-day's Tribune on the visit of
tie Hearst cohorts to Albany the spirit moved me
to write to you on the subject. Let your readers
l*er from you In no uncertain terms What you
jS* of this. It is Important that our leading*
•aomal should speak out for the Republicans.
*** IVINS REPUBLICAN.
Brooklyn. April 27. 1906.
r-lvfcis Republican" has evidently been Inad
vertent, for The Tribune has expressed Its view
of the recount bill. No Republican wants to
ewer up fraud at the ballot boxes. On the con
trary, the Republican leaders might be triad as
am*:* matter of party politics to see Mr. Hearst
sealed- It is proper, however, to ask him to
Btf the existing machinery before demanding
gaeaal law. If he was elected he can show it
!*> quo warranto. A special law would Indeed
stake the recount easier, but it would open the
4oor to wrangling over future elections. So
long as there is now one remedy for any fraud
from which Mr. Hearst suffers it has not been
jeemed wise to attempt to give another remedy
wr-irh would endanger that prompt determina
tjor of future elections on which orderly govern
ed depends.]
iD FOE MUNICIPAL COTJBT DELAYS.
Corespondent Thinks Flan of Eeimburse
ments and Fines Would Remedy Evil.
To the Editor of The Tribune.
£r: While the municipal or district courts are
perhaps no exception to other courts as to congest
ed condition of calendars and the delays and diffi
culties arising therefrom, owing 1 to the Immense
number of cases daily called for trial, yet the ma
jority ,->? adjournments are upon weak or Question
able excuses of tbe party seeking same.
A plaintiff starts a suit perhaps Involving 1 a small
•via, and f.niis it necessary, with attorney and wlt
neises, to visit court two or three, and sometimes
Jotr or five times, ready to dispose of the case, but
finds that etas defendant gets adjournments for
some excuse or other. The disappointed litigant,
attorneys and witnesses are obliged to leave court
after having: been subjected to expense In witness
lees. etc.. loss of time in preparing the case for
tr!::: and also in coming to, waiting in and leaving
court, ail without any reimbursement, especially
•hen the justice deems the adjourning party has a
a»cid excuse. Scarcely ever does the Justice allow
cy costs to the litigant In addition to such dls
kirsements, assuming: he does allow disbursements.
Tbe result of all this is generally as follows:
First— lt wholly or materially defeats the ends of
Justice by making the expense of conducting a liti
gation and value of time lost equal to or more than
th<« Judgment subsequently obtained and collected.
Second— lt wearies and disgusts litigants, attor
neys and witnesses, also makes witnesses evasive
and rficult to get into court either voluntarily or
lnvo'ur.tarilj-.
Third— The valuable time of the Judge and the
cl'rks Is wasted hearing the arguments of attor
neys for or aga!r.?t the proposed adjournment.
Fourth— Also time of other waiting litigants is
wtsted.
Fifth— lt causes various other delays, difficulties
■a 3 injustices.
The rernsdy Is simple and obtainable by merely
strietiy enforcing the law as provided in the Mu
nicipal Court act. Section 336, viz.: "When a trial
ihali be adjourned on cause shown, the Justice. In
Ins discretion, may Impose upon the party applying
for the adjournment such conditions as to him
«hai: seetn reasonable and may also impose costs
to the amount of $10, besides disbursements, as a
condition of adjournment."
If the litigant seeking the adjournment was com
pelled to pay at least $5 costs and disbursements to
th* other party when such adjourning party has a
food and sufflclent excuse, and $10- and disburse
ments when not having such excuse, and also In
al: ca?es to file en affidavit setting forth the facts
cf such excuse, it is obvious adjournments would
M gTeatly lessened and Justice established.
There Is nothing unjust or severe in strictly en
forcir.c the section, because aforesaid sums would
sot overcompensate the recipient for time and
ttoney lost and furthermore, even though the" ad-
Josrning litigant has a good excuse, it is no Just
reason why the other disappointed litigant should
int receive compensation. The Faction is equally
■mle&ble to both parties and therefore Impartial.
No reflection is Intended to be made on the Judges
»ao are patipnt and fair in impartially granting
r^Rierous adjournments; they are. through too
tnoa rature, allowing the continuance of a chronic
state of adjourning. Respectfully.
.. _ P. HOWARD COLLINS.
New York. April 27. 1906.
lAKUTACTTTSEIIS AJJT) KETHIC SYSTEM
What It Would Cost to Change System of
Measurements.
To On Editor of The Tribune.
llr Befeii las; to your editorial "Dr. Bell on the
««tric System," la your issue of March 24. I have
wn hatrnding to communicate with you since that
"■** in order to ask you to write another article
«a the same subject, entitled "Herbert Spencer oa
tte Metric System."
Theoretical electricians are prone to use the
"* tric system, but makers of electrical machinery
lave no use for It. Since Dr. Bell Is well known, I
**!*>»• '^-at the contrarj' opinion expressed "cy th«
Jste Sir. Spencer, who was certainly his mental
"■-■JWior In every way, will be of value in counter
•^"-S a possibly hastily drawn conclusion from
y»cr article by people who have no practical knowl
•fee of the subject. Tour paper represents the
•uty whose policy ha< built up the manufacturing
' —^tries of This country, and you cannot afford to
JJpon a system which will fnd to injure those ln
""■Jnca. To chargre our system of measurements
would rort ss much to manufacturers as a San
rrasieiK, r> fi re . •.is Is not a theory, but a fact.
«• Ben says it Is a question of "arithmetic." But
" lou take the opinion of Nystrom— certainly a
•Jjrtf mathematician to Dr. Bell, as well as an
2Pssy you W HI find that h» does not even con
"s* It a gfK><l system arithmetically.
T *» m«tric eystem is not a perfect system, even
■JWHUeanjr, and in many cases quite impossible
« application pracUcally. W. L. P.
*eir York City. April 37, 1906
*A good deal can be said on both sides of this
w»Ri<m. The broad minded legislator will be
••W.y alert to recommendations and objections.
■^rtsjoatdy, no final choice Is likely to be made
*f Congress at this session. The House commit
**• «"fcich had the matter under consideration
*** it is understood, determined not to report
••It Otis year.]
LAYS BLAME OF POLICE.
Respondent Thinks Sidewalk Blocking
Due to Their Negligence.
** '£* Editor of Th« Tribune.
&*'• R«adlnsj the letter to you from ore Cum
**«■.:.. this momine'e l««ue about th« Bureau
"* licuinb-aacea and Its uee!essn*ss. I have to
ii:*- bureau Is not wholly at fault, but the
"'^.-clirticn of duty" lies upon the police.
J - Is the rf»ty r ,t the police to "suppress and pre
*f& sli vinjations of the ordlr.arces of the city."
i lane from The charter.) Thle Is a duty they
*eula csfcf'K <io. as retard* lnevimhrances, for wher
*** a e.owmae or sign was beyond the proper
**&• or ;he sideTralk filled with sjo-xls for show,
•" • «Ur.<j pat on lit* curb. It would bo a very easy
•*«« ter ttw poileenuunmtroaißf the teat ■-
• t punies.
Exec ' ltor Trußtee
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Administrator
atop into the store of the person violating the law
and compel the Instant removal or the lncum
nwanoe.
Did any one ever hear of a policeman doing hii
duty In this respect? Never. I verily believe, even
when special attention has been called to the same.
.*• a case in point, we have been trying to get
* "i*")? erected on the curb In front of the Green
wich Bank, on Pulton street, carried back Inside
me stoop line, for the last five months. It is therw
vMB morning as usual, though it is a dangerous and
annoying obstruction to all pedestrians.
mttr J? vertr th * clty tne9 « violations of the law
■wuna, and patrolmen and sergeants and captains
or police pass them without taking any notice
uiereor. A particularly dangerous sign is built
over the entire sidewalk in 2Sth street, near Lex
ington avenue, and has been displayed for some
"*»"« Nothing done about it. however.
." "certainly time the police were made to do
if Y^ty: tn « congestion of the people on the
eiaewalks is constantly growing greater, and the
f eo PP I * need every inch of space for locomotion.
l-*t The Tribune exhort Blngham to make his
men do their dutr and keep the sidewalks clear,
« required by the law. "from the house line to
the curb." r. j_ FORBEB.
New York. April 80. IMB.
AH OLDTTME EABTHQTJAKE.
When Bockland County Was Shaken in
1737— -Butch Eecord at Tappan.
To the Editor of The Tribune.
Sir: On December 7. 1737. Rockland County (then
Orange County) had a severe earthquake shock.
This quiver extended through New Jersey and
Massachusetts. My Information is derived from
an old record torn from a Dutch Bible at Tappan.
Rockland County. The date therein is December
8, Instead of 7. but the shock was recorded by
diarlsta In New Jersey and Massachusetts as on the
"th. The Tappan recorder. Roeloff Theunl Van
Houten. either delayed recording It. or had little
about him to remind him of exact dates. From
what I saw and know of one of his great-grand
daughtere. Sarah Onderdonk (my mother's mother),
who was born forty-one years after the earth
quake, I should judge the recorder did not exag
gerate its severity. Nothing could shake her
placidity, but with this was that dumb depth of
feeling which found Its full expression in Dutch
paintings.
The translation of the note in the old Dufh
Bible, -where it Is recorded in Dutch. Is as follows
"In the year 1737, December the Bth (7th) there was
in New Netherlands an earthquake at 11 o'clock at
night, which shook the earth and all that waa
therein bureted; the chimneys were broken and
the shock was so gTeat that -we thought the world
was coining to an end. The bedsteads, chairs
and chests were shaken so hard that we were
frightened."
The record Bays the chimneys were broken, and
those familiar with the ancient stone masonry of
Rockland County can realize the jar it would take
to break them, for they would topple as a whole
before breaking unless the shock had been severe
Mr. Van Houten -was born in the city of New York
in 16S0. and died nt Tappan in 1763. His father and
mother ' were among the eleven persons received
into membership of the old Dutch Church at Tap
pan upon its organization in 1694. The father was
one of the "Justices of the Pees" of Orange County,
in 1702. The only son of Justice Van Houten made
the record of the earthquake, and this child waa
not so Ignorant as not to know an earthquake, un
used to them as he probably was, when he felt it.
CHAUNCET K. BUCHANAN.
Tarrytown-on-Hudson. N. V.. May 1, 1906.
TO EXAMINE TBISCO TOPOGRAPHY.
Suggestion That Government Send Geolo
gists to Pick Out Safe Site.
To the Editor of The Tribune.
Sir: Should not the federal government send a
commission of geologists and engineers to examine
into the conditions at San Francisco before the
work of rebuilding has begun? This precaution
ehould certainly be taken, especially as rejrard3
the filled in and alluvial portions of the territory,
where, I have been informed, no hard bottom has
ever been reached.
Could not a pan of the government funds donated
to the city be retained to partially reimburse, at
least, the owners of realty which might be con
demned as too unstable for building purposes.
A survey on the Ehores of the bay mtpht bring to
light a safer site for the city. Bomeiliinpr Bhould
be done, if possible, even at great sacrifices, to
prevent forever the danger of the recurrence of
such a great calamity. A. E. C.
New Tork, April 27, 1906.
THE INDECIPHERABLES.
Correspondent Thinks School System and
Teachers Responsible for Poor Chirography.
To the Editor of The Tribune.
Bir: It Is said that Miss Jeanette Gilder, the
editor and critic, has discovered a cure for illegible
handwriting. A friend had often bothered her with
epistles which she was not able to decipher. One
day a note came, and sha was not able to read a
word of It. However, she sat down and wrote this
reply:
I take great pleasure in accepting your kind invi
tation to dinner to-morrow evening at 6:30.
This brought an Immediate reply, couched In
legible handwriting, which read as follows:
My note asked you to subscribe to our free ice
fund. It was not an Invitation to dinner.
While letter writing may J>e an art with some. It
is easily acquired, and all persons may or can
write in a plain, legible hand, and by so doing
they will endear themselves to their correspond
ents, and smooth the pathways of others in this
W Our present school system, our instructors, who
are evidently old fogies or faddists, are mainly re
sponsible for the present evil. Perhaps not more
than one of our public school graduates in ten
can write a. legible hand or master the spelling of
Engllsh^wor r^ jnarked boys gj^ coming
from country or village schools are more proficient
than city scholars in reading, writing and arith
metic This Is a sad condition of affairs that we
are compelled to admit, that the poorly paid coun
try school teachers turn out brighter and better
pupils than our highly paid city teachers and pro
fessors who look wise through gold-rimmed spec
tacles or eyeglasses, and who are yearly turning
out a race of bats— school children blindedby over
studv wid unable to transcribe readable English.
One of the greatest trials printers, editors and
publishers have to contend with is reading il
legible manuscript. No doubt many an article of
real merit has i>e*n consigned to the waste basket
because it was not readable^^ h rqwan
ANOTHER EARLY SUBMARINE.
To the Editor of The Tribune.
Sir: In Part 11. page 4. of The Tribune of to-dny,
•we have a photograph of the "First Submarine
Built In America" as one of the illustrations ac
companying an Interesting article, entitled "A Nar
row Escape," dealing with submarine vessels. Tne
concluding paragraph of the article says: 'Among
the interesting naval relics on Cob Dock, at Brook
lyn Navy Yard, which strikingly show the ad
vance in submarine navigation. is what is practi
cally the first submarine built in America."
■ This is not correct. In my opinion, for I believe
that for the real first submarine we must go back
to the days of the Civil War. and then we will Hud
that the honor of having built the first submarine
vessel on this continent belongs to the Confederate
States of America, which did so much to teach the
modern world the value of iron or steel clad ] ves
eels as fighting machines. The first submarine i
sneak of was modelled after the cigar shaped
Nautilus of the famous romance of Jules t Verne.
"Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the flea. ,
Tils craft now reposes high and dry on the
piTturesq^e banks of the placid Bayou St. John,
near till "Spanish fort" on the shores of Lake
PontchartralnVln the suburbs of the quaint out
French town of New Orleans. ... .
The Confederates had made successful tests of
-this submarine, and where preparing to put this
ve«sel Into active service, but before they could
oarrt" out their plans and reach the Mississippi.
Farragut entered the river and New Orleans had
fallen Th» vessel was then abandoned nrui sunk
in the muddy waters of liayou St. . John, from
which it was "fished" in the *arly 80s. to be viewed
by all who visit the many interesting points in ti»e
Crescent City. ,_. X lv X -
Jeremy City. April 29. 190o^
QUESTION CRAPSEY'S STATEMENTS.
To the Editor of The Tribune.
Sir: The Rev. A. S. Crappy I have seen quoted
i as expressing, in reference to his faith, and by his
I ntUtude toward the creed, his disbelief In the phy
sical resurrection of Jesus. He says that Paul the
jLnestl* to tha oest *utnentio historian «X tb«
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IJ<HE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW
Tork. by the Grace of Qod Free and Independent:
To Hon. Otto Kelsey, New York State Comptroller; Oliver
Bourn Green, individually and as Executor of and Trustee
under the Last Will and Testament of Andrew Haswell
Green, deceased; Martin Green; Timothy Ruxgles Groen.
Individually and as Executor of and Trustee- under the
Last Will and Testament of Andrew Haswell Green, de
ceased; William Gg'ien Green, Individually and as ecu
tor of and Trustee under the Last Will and Testament of
Andrew Haswell Green, deceased; Samuel Martin Green,
Individually and as Executor of and Trustee under the
Lost Will and Testament of Andrew Haswell Green, de
ceased; Nathan Williams Green, Individually and as
Executor of and Trust under the Last Will and Testa
ment of Andrew Hasweli Green, deceased; Julia Elizabeth
Green; Lucy Slaria Green; llary Ruggles Green Owen;
Mary Pomeroy Green; Olivia Green Balrd; Andrew Hugh
Green; Warner Green liciril: KaUierlna Green Balrd; Mil
dred Green; Lydia Green: Thomas Dudley Green; William
Ptuart Green; Andrew Has well Green; Lucretia Pools
Green; Row. Lalghton Williams; American Antiquarian
Society of Worcester. Massachusetts; Clark University of
Worcester. Massachusetts; Isabella Heimath. of New York
City: William Ramsey: and James B. Rathbone, Fanny
A. Haven and Mathiaß H. Amot. as Executors of thn Last
Will and Testament of Murianna A. Ogden, deceased, and
to all persons interested In the Estate of Andrew Haswr'.l
Green, late of the County of New York, dec-eased, as
creditors, legatees, next of kin or otherwise, send greet
ing: You and each of you are hereby cited and required
personally to be and appear before our Surrogate of the
County of New York, at the Surrogates' Court of said
County, held 1 at the County Court House In the County <f
New York, on the Oth dar of June. 1906, at half-past ten
o'clock in th» forenoon of that day, then and there to
attend a judicial settlement of the- account of proceeding^
of Oliver Bourn Gresn. Timothy Rugglus Green, William
Gjrden Green, Samuel Martin Green and Nathan Williams
Green, as Executors of th» Last Will and Testament of
eald deceased; and such of you as are hereby cited as are
under the age of twenty-one years are required to appear
by your guardian. If you have one, or If you have none,
to appear and apply- for one to be appointed, or In the
•vent of your neglect or failure to do so, a guardian will
be appointed by the Surrogate to represent and act for
you in the proceeding.
In Testimony Whereof. We have caused the Seal of the
Surrogates' Court of the said County of New Tork to be
hereunto affixed. Witness, Hon. Frank T. Fita
[L. £.] gerald, a Surrogate of our said County, at th.
County of New York, the 17th flay of April, in
the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and six.
DANIEL J. DOWDNm*.
Clerk of the Surrogat«e' Court.
BACKETT. McQUAID & STEVENS, Attorneys for Ex
ecutors. 15* Nassau St. {Tribune Bldjr.), New York.
fTIHE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW
York, by the Grace of God Free and Independent: To
Elizabeth Lewis. Emily J. Tuckley, Ebenazer Lewis. If
he be living; and if he be dead, his widow, child, or chil
dren, or descendants. If any suoh there be. the legatees,
devisees, heirs and next of kin of Robert Lewis, deceased,
send erecting: Whereas. Elizabeth Lewis, of Ttie City of
New Tork. has lately applied to the Surrogate's Court of
our County of New York, to have a certain Instrument in
writing, relating to both real and personal property, duly
roved as the last Will and Testament of Robert Lewis,
late of the County of New Tork. deceased. Therefor, you
and each ef you are cited to appear before the Surrogate
of our County of New Tork. at his office In the County of
New York, on the 13th day of June, ona thousand nine
hundred and six, at half-past ten o'clock In the forenoon
of that day, then and there to attend the probate of the
Bald last Will and Testament. And such of you as are
hereby cited, as are tinder the age of twenty-one years.
are required to appear by your guardian. If you have one.
or if you have none, to appear and apply for one to be
appointed, or In the event of your neglect or failure to
do so. a guardian will be appointed by the Surrogate to
represent and act for you In the proceeding.
In Testimony Whereof. We have caused the Seal of the
Surrogate's Court of the said County of New
[L. B.] York, to be hereunto affixed. Witness, Hon.
Frank T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate of our said
County of New Tork. at said County, the 18th day of
Anril In the year of our Lord one thou«wn.l rlne hundred
£nd six. DANIEL J. DOWD.NET.
Clerk of the Burroirate's Court.
JOHN 1 R. FARRAB. Petitioner's Attorney.
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event connected with and following Christ's cruci
fixion, and that h>- says nothing about a physical
resurrection. I would be glad to learn what in
terpretation. Mr. Crapsey put* upon the texts
from the discourse delivered by Paul at the be
ginning of his ministry in the synagogue at An
tlocn. as recorded In Acts xill, from verses 80 to 37.
inclusive. The fact of Christ's physical resurrec
tion rests upon a basis of testimony more unim
peachable than that of many of the historical
events of that period, and Jesus himself us !»•
stood arnons his doubting disciples said to them:
"Behold my hands and my feet, that It Is I ray-
Keif; handle me and see; for a spirit hath not
flesh and bone, as ye see me have." - w
New York, May 4. 1305. _ & C. *>
Real Estate.
CONSTRUCTION
COMPANY with a
complete organization
for the erection in
their entirety of Ofc>
fice Buildings, Banks,
Hotels, Department
Stores, Railway Sta
tions, Residences,
Warehouses and Fac
tories, whose work is
among the most
prominent buildings
M
in New York, Boston, Philadel
phia, Newark, Princeton, Balti
more, Washington, Pittsburg,
Cleveland, Chicago, St Louis and
Winnipeg.
Those contemplating building
construction should consult this
Company.
Correspondence Solicited.
THOMPSON-STARRETT COMPAWY,
Capital paid In. In cash. $1,500 000
New York. Washington. Chicago.
Auction Sales of Real Estate.
1 TA CHOICE LOTS on Tppar Broadway Bold at auo
•*- *j: tion May 23. DAVID STEWART. 208 B'way.
City Property for Sale.
A DOWN-TOWN PROPERTT. FRONTING THE
WATER; - 000 SQUARE FEET. COVERED BT
STRONG BUILDINGS CONTATNINO 140,000 SQUARE
£gET FLOOR SPACE; FOR SALE CHEAP; EASY
RULAND & "WHITING CO., B BEEKMAN ST.
XV>R SALE —Two family house, reoently finished; all
JL Improvements; beet condition; 16 rooms; $1,000 cash:
*2O monthly; can be seen any time. 407 Avenue E, near
Kensington L station.
VAX CORTLANDT REALTY CO.,
Real Estate, go 3 B'way.
To Let for Business Purposes.
TCIACTORIE3— Manufacturers* oorortunlties Henry R.
-t- ' ■Worthinitton Buildincs. Erie Basin. Brooklyn, to let.
JOHX E THOiIPSOX & CO., S7fs Fulton St.. Brooklyn.
OFFir-ES. 3fi EAST 23D ST.: excellent light: all lm
.merits; rents low; best uptown location.
(-•OOP A I - F Sr •='"'%'. >1 \>'.-«f S4th Ft,
Furnished Apartments to Let.
1— ELEGANTLT FURNISHED APABTMENT, pri
• vate bath. |1.56 dally: including m*als, two, $23
weekly; on«:. $15. THE VAN RENSSELAER. 15 E. 11th.
Brooklyn Property for Sale.
4f\ FINE LOTS at Flatbush. $RSO each: 38 lot. at Bay
rt*J Ridge. StJoO each; 30x80 on Euclid aye. H. O.
SKALE, I^9 Montague xt.
Long Island Real Estate for Sale.
A "SEE THAT HILL"
S ONE-HALF HOUR from
HERALD SQUARE
•§ NOW
I 60 TRAINS WAT DAILY.
ONE-HALF HOUR from
HERALD SQUARE
NOW
60 TRAINS EACH WAT DAILT.
pj TROLLEY EVERT 8 MINUTES.
L i Full sIZ3 lots
1 $200 TO $500.
ta Title Insurance Policy free.
-; At present prices you will treble your
r- capital in 2 years AT
QUEENSBDRO HILL
* In Aristocratic Flushing.
'J' Every high class improvement.
£■ The cheapest, best and most accessible
2 home sites every offered.
" LIBERAL DISCOUNT FOR CASH or
I EAST MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
1 Trolley line runs through property now.
Wi Bend postal to-day for circular, maps,
;• views. 11. R. tickets and particulars to
- CHARLES HALLOCK&CO.
110 W. 84th St. N. T. City.
1110 Phone 2ZS7— SSth. City.
Phone 2JS7 — 38th.
mmmuam—mmmmmm
Floral Park
20 MINUTES FROM HERALD SQUARE
when the great Pennsylvania R. R. Tunnel ia com
pleted. Floral Park Is now a flourishing town, \tith all
city conveniences, several good hotels, a number of
Stores, churches of various denominations, a fine public
school, a fire department, etc.
Choire Lots, $300 and Ip. $10 Down, $5 per Month.
HOUSE AND HOiiE CO.. SOS East 23d St.. Kew Tork.
40 ACRE SHORE FRONT ESTATE.
40 miles out on Long Island North Shore, 600
feet shore front on beautiful bay; great eleva
tion ; River, Bay. Sound and Country Views ;
good boating and fishing; fine locality. $12,00^
quick offer.
Address
T. O. PETERSON,
Hotel Breslln,
New Tork City.
Country Property for Sale.
TONKERB.
BEATJTIFUL RESIDENCE FOB SALE.
Newly built. Everything modern. Fine view of th.
Hudson. Automobile stable. Lot 90x100. Inspection
Invited.
Kirr * CONSTABLE, I Wells Atb.. Yonkers. N. T.
AXTWHERB IN WEBTCHEBTEB COUNTY.
Country Bouses. Farms. COOLEY ft WEST. Inc.
Main office., Mount Vernon and White Plains.
fNOUNTRT residence. Tenaflv; f acres; fine view; 19
\-J rooms; modern improvements; t ruble, coitage, lawn,
shade and fruit trees; X minutes from station; 522.001 X
VTILLAM C CLARICE. 2»X> West 86th St.. New York City.
LIVINGSTON, 6. I. — Nine-room vUla for sale. 17.000.
or rent, S6O: electricity; double sashee; all Im
provements. HOT & MARTIN. 671 6th Aye.
TAAIiM, 80 acres; house. 2 story. A rooms; barns, sugar
X 1X 1 orchard, apple orcliaxd, 800 cords standing wood, trout
brook: three miles from railroad; price $1,400. J. K.
61LITH, Station A. Wlneted. Conn.
TORRTNGTON, CONN. — 125 acres: elegant house, out
builiiings. fruit, water, timber, plough, meadow land,
pasturtr bargain. Particulars owner, CHESTHR E.
WHITCOMB, Purling. N. Y.
■» /TDNTRO3E. N. — T*lvo minutes' walk from South
iM Ora-igo; 73 trains dally; 45 minutes Irom Broadway;
hieh and dry* macadamlred streets, flagged sidewalks.
ATKINSON ft SIBLEV. 4»7 Broadway.
HOPE ISLAND. — Narragmnsett Bar; near Newport
and Wie.kford; 22 acres: Ideal spot; fine anchor
tr . ° ABBOTT GARDNER. Prnviaenco. R. I.
Furnished Houses to Let — Country.
"V^EV CANAAN, CONN. — Comfortable 10-room housa,
JN hum e-c to rent, June 18 to September 1. acoouat
absence^ E&>pe: 0 bedrooms, bath; high, shade, view.
nTn^o^aultol use of cow. lldine and drlvins; horses, car
?Cs tniii. chl*ens. tool. etc.. an? of «rowln*
Aa isii* Broadway.
rrvr-AT.FS furnished, with or without Improve
n£?J?iS!d wSi. bathinK and nshlns. GEOKGB
KEIUtMANN. Center Moriches. L. I.
Lvixs! CONN TO tiKT.— Colonial boose. 18 rooms;
?Si Mttace l" rooms; both with modern lmpro»e
saHSffiaiasa 'js& is:
EE/ SALISBURY. New Haven. Conn.
-r nvn BRANCH —Handsomely furnished JB-roora
hOTi-e bungalow: one mlnuta from train. PAI.TICLLAR3.
Bos 112. L* n« Branch.
BERNAKDSVILLE. N. J.— Furnished cottage for rent.
Inquire of E. H. SCHLET.
VASfi\CBT-THE-SEA, Upper Long Bcach^— Fur-
SiMOTS*asrafc fc «B««
H*-mpstcad. l~ I. ' _____——.
BITB 1T cnoRF U I. — Furnished cottages for rent.
Jcrfair SreT and small tracts. Send for list.
Tel. 03 TV Bay Shore. K. W. KINO.
TsOCKAWAT PARK LOTS. |700; tertne ••*»• ROCK
II WAT PARK IMP. CO.. »2 Broadway. »•• Urge
advertisement In next Sunday's edition. ■
Bouth W«! Harbor. M»ln»- Addr«»» THOS. CLARK.
State Houh, Augusta. Me. —
A COMFORTABLE, full furnished house, forwmmn
A. at yeari raa— nsfcla. Xaaulr* Sit Wast Hi
Summer Resorti.
VACATION IH THE MOUNT!
j of Orange. Sullivan, Ulster and Delaware Counties, N. V
_ on the *
I Hot York. Ontario * Western By.
\ in" Z*£V3£3£ ****** HOJt * tor *•" tony
• HEALTH AT MODERATE COST.
' 2.000 feet above the asm, with par* air. pure water pure
m&«5!!L B^ V mo3qtlUoes - •*« **«*» Three How?
Ride from New York— country heartily recommended by
physicians— then send » cents for pos&»^oibYi»na4>
!Hrt2*. ~-J2£i *,?*'**■ *"• •* •■«• below the BUPERB
i LV ILLUSTRATED BOOK. "SUMMER HOMES " ofUS
' Pjces. It elves *"•*«*«»«■ 1.000 Uotels. Farms and
Boarding" Houses, with their location, rat» of beard.
i attraetlaaa, to. Vacation Bureau at 425 Braadt
IN NEW TOHK-141. 425. ISM, 179 Broadway. 43
I.'me&u et.. 10 Park Place. 237 4th a**,. 245 Cbhralwa
57V .* 7 2? ■* **•"• ** West* 125 th at.. 182 Bth aye.
i (Ticket offlsea Franklin and 'West 42d at. ferries.
IX BROOKLYN— Court St., 47» Nostrand «•*%,. cor.
| aiacca in.; 800 Broadway; Eagle Office.
On May 26th. 27th. 2Sth and 29th Excursion tickets at
■ reduced rates will be sold at 43 Broadway. 1354 Broad
! */. W» Beaver st. 4 Court St., Brooklyn. ; Weehawkea
I and ferry office*. giving an opportunity of personally as
i 22 c f! Be * Summer horn* and also enjoying a day** fiahtaa;
! In this delightful region. Tickets food ratsrntne Mar Slat.
j J. C. ANDERSON.
j TraSo Manager. S3 Beaver St.. N. T.
ygsr-gessES.
HOTEL ~DENNI*
nIF Jl JCIiILj iLi* j£r l^B LtLJL C? 9
__ — . ATLANTIC CITY. K. J.
Open all the year.
Fireproof addition of 100
Rooms and baths.
Hot and cold sea water la private baths.
■WALTER J. BCZBT.
CHALFONTE,
ATLANTIC CITY. ,N. J.
Always Oaam.
On th. Beach. FireprooC
Bead for Literature.
THB LEEDS COMPANY.
HADDON HALL,
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
ALWATB OPEN. ON OCEAN FRONT.
Courteous Attention. Homelike Surroondla*
_ Every Comfort.
Booklet and Calendar on application.
LEEDS tt LIPPINCOTT.
HOTEL TRAYMORE *WCW C
Overlooking th. Ocean. Open all th. year.
TRA.YMORE HOTEL CO.
CHAa O. MARQUETTB. P. 8. WHITB.
Manager. Ptaaldast.
THE HOUEHUBST.
ATLANTIC CTTT. N. J.
After extenslv. alteration*., presents aa entirely aew botrt.
situated In th. most central and y*t moat select section.
Pennsylvania aye. Unobstructed ocean view. Capacity.
900. Tbe very latest aad «v«ry high-class hotel appoint
ment. Prlvat. baths, running- water In rooms, spacious
porches, amusement balks, elevator to street, etc. Booklet
and spring terms upon request. HIXRT DARNELL.
HOTEL BTTftOLF,
AIXANTIC CRT. NKMT JEKSET.
Directly on Beach, local and Ions; distance telephones
In rooms. American and European plans. 400 ocean view
rooms. 100 suites with prlvat. sea water baths. Orches
tra. Capacity 1.000. Special Spring rates. New Tork Eep.
Town and Country Bureau, 289 4th Aye.. 10 A. M. tu 8
P. M. Phono 6340 Oramercy. CHAS. R. MTER3. Owner.
SKASIDE HOUSE.
Atlantic City, N. J.
Best Location on the Ocean Front.
F. E. COOK & SON.
SOMERSET INN
AXV EIGHT COTTAGES. BERNaRDSVILLE. N. J.
85 mile, from New Tork. oa Lacfcsvwanna R. R.. via W.
23rd. Christopher or Barclay St. Ferry. Altitude, 800 feot.
Opens May 19. BEN. R. PHELPS. Manager.
Telephoa. TB. Bemardsvllle.
ALLENHURST INN
AND COTTAGES.
ALLENHURST, N. J.,
Will Open Slay 80th. 1900.
! Booking 1 Office, Town and Country. Fourth Ava.
IM. A. Duermey«r. Prop. A. L. Marsh, Mgr»
Late Hotel St Regis.
XZW.YOXK.
PROSPECT PARK
HOTEL.
CATSKHX, V. Y.
Will oiien in June, unJer new management- Private
baths have been added, and many improvements are now
being made. Send for illustrated booklet. New York r*p
xwsentaitva will call with floor plans and photographs.
Address FRANK X. ROGERS, Manager. CatskiU. N. T.
RIVERDALE-ON-HUDSON, N. Y.
OPENS FOR THB SEASON APRIL 16TH.
"™"~" _APIRONDACK3. "
"WHTTEFACE INN, LAKE PLACID. N. Y.
Open June 18. 1906. Writ* for booklet. HARRINGTON
HILLS. Her.. The Graftoa. Waahlngt^n. V. C.
1. — Elegantly Forniahed Apartment,
Private bath. tI.SO dally; Including raeals, two. Its
weekly; one, fla.
'THE VAN RENSSELAER. IS Cast 11th St.
YIBOEOA.
Virginia Hot Springs
NEW YOKE OFFICE. 213 FIFTH ATE.
Waters, baths, hotels sad eccaery awwsjssa eqaaOt*.
Rheumatism, gout and nervous diseases cured. Complete
hydrotherapeutlo apparatus, Japanese sun parlor, golf,
swimming pool, fine livery and outdoor pastimes. THB
NEW HOMESTEAD, modern In th. strictest sense and
patronised by the highest class, la unquestionably th.
finest all year round resort hotel la America. Brokers
office with direct N. T. wire.
Tbe Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
allows stop-over at Covlngton. Vs.. on through tickets t«
Cincinnati Louisville. Chicago. St Louis and the West,
tar side trip to Virginia Hot Springs.
Pullman compartment car, via ashirgton, leave. N. T.
4:51 p. m.. arrives Spring* 8:80 a. m. Eastern time.
Excursion tickets at C. • O. ofSco. MS Broadway, offices
Fauna. R. R- and connedng lines.
FRED STBRRT. Uanaser. Hot Springs, Vs.
CANADA.
FOR SUMMER TRIPS.
•Write G. T. BELL. General Passenger Aswnt, Grand
Trunk Railway System. Montreal. Canada, for hand
some Illustrated descriptive matter of the finest play
grounds In America. _____^_______^^^^_
City Hotels.
MANSION HOUSE
BROOKLYN HEIGHTS. ■
nrRBCTLT OPPOSITE WALL ST.. N. T.
J2scrrtmlly "tpgq&^SLttSSff*
Surrogates' Notices.
VVINTERBOTTOM, MAIE.— IN PURSUANCE
'* ' If an order of Hon. Abner C. Thomas, a Surrcgata
• ♦>,- r-SSivr of New York, notice Is hereby elven to all
ot I ha^lnr claims against Male VTlnterboUoin. late of
tn^STuSSr of NeW Tork. deceased, to present the same.
th .?w ?n?ch«rs thereof. to the subscriber at his rlace of
Ei£*acUn« D^esaVNo. 16 WUllam Street. In The City
iTSew Tortt^oTbef ore the third day of October next.
° rSZI New Tort 27th day of March. I**
Dated new »or*. * u£O uoKRIS. Executor.
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON.
X* iv..., r> Thomas, a Surrogate of the County of New
Yorl^"ticeS«bereby given to all p«rsor.9 having claims
T2. tiwaon O. Hunilnston. late of th. County of New
ff^Jr^ J£ZkMe&. to preaent the aw. with vouchers
orK ' , fr^hTiubscrlber at her rlace of tranaactiasT bu»l
thereof to **j£^t Tviuiam F. Quigl*y. No. 546 Sroad
£?£* In the Cttyof New York on or before the 13ta day
of*Octoljer next. the 3rd day of April. 19C8.
Dated New 1 or*. « niiffit. a ODiXU ExecntrU.
_...,,.« f QtnOLET. Attorney for Executrix. 348
Broadway.^Borouci of Manhattan. City of New Tork.
T « PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON.
X*___ T Fitzgerald, a Surro*mt« of the County of
* r^^rk notice is hereby given to all persons having
YEn« against Joseph Huber. late of the County cf New
$^ IT defeated, to present the same, with vouchers there-
V « th?suwrcrl»>en»- at their place of trsnsactlnc besl
of ' .t ■ the offlca of Guatav Lange. Jr.. No. 157 Broad
»«; in e» cuy of New York, on or before tea 4th «!ay
C 'i6?fv« Tork. the =M day of February. 1908.
vIV»SCIS HTJBUII. JOSEPH KUBEK. Jr. Executors.
„.";:.',• LANGE. Attorney for Executors. »7 Bruadwojr.
Borough of Manhattan. New York City.
TN PURSUANCE OP AN ORDER OF HON.
X* Prank T Fltxc^rald. a Surrogate of the County of
v«w York notice is hereby rtven to all persons having
riaims asainit Cnarlea H. Pohltaan. otherwise Chrta
tiTnH. Pohlmaa. late «f the County of Now Tork. d<»
«MLMd to present the tune, with voucher* thereof, to
th* subscriber, at bis place of transaettac business. No.
tot Broadway, is the City of New Tork. on or before
th! 7th day of November next.
Dated New York, the tlth «ay of April. HOC
oatea new * R aozfaoaxuLS. Eseenter.
Surrogates' Notices.
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF. BOX
Frank T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate of th. County of
New York. Notice Is hereby siren to all persons havta* '
claims against George c. Cook, late of the County of New |
York, deceased, to present th*> same with vouchers tasisef
to the subscriber, at her place of transacting Ihisliiiss.
No. 11l Broadway. In the City of New York, on or be*ors> I
tfce 6th day of November next.
Dated New York, th« 4th day of May. 3900,
_^_ lizzie a COOK. Adtnlntrtratrtx.
SHEPARD * HOUGHTON. 11l Broadway. New Torsj
City. Attorneys for Administratrix.
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HOX.'
Frank T. Fitzgerald, a Scrrocata. of th* Coaaty off
New York, notice Is hereby given to all person* ha*la*r
claims against Frank B. Harris. late of the County Jf
New York, deceased, to present th* same, with voucher •
thereof, to the subscriber, at its place of transacts***; swaW
ness. No. 49 Wall Street Borough cf Manhattan In taav
City of New York, oa or before first say of 'Oetoba?
_^ated New York, the seco=d day cf March. WOOL
THE SJETROPOUTAN TROT COMPANY OF " B
.CITY OF NBW TURK. Executor.
SFEIK A BARTLETT. Attorneys for Executor at Waal
Street. Borough of Manhattan. New York City.
JN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OP HOX
i Abner C. Thomas, a Surrogate of th* County of km
York, notice »»h«reby riven to all persossteTtas/c^,
asatnst Mary Duen* PeU. lata of the County of New T«a*
deceased, to present the same with voocner. thereof to iS
subscribers at their place of transacting baatnesaT IVf
Pine Street In the City of New Tors, <-r beforV thi
10th day of Ausust next. —-m i_«
Dated New York, the first day of February, mm
KOWLAND PEXU \ _/^
JAMES D. FELU r«aeatei3.
ASTERSON, PENDLETOX * ANDEKSOS. Atteraej*
for Executors, 25 Broad Street K*w York City.
TN PURSUANCE OP AN ORDER OF HON.
Abcer C. Thomas. a Surrocat* of th. County of New
York, notice Is hereby given to ail persons bavins; data*
against Abraham 8. Trier, late of th. County of New
York, deceased, to present the same, . with - niimts»is
thereof, to t!ra subscriber, at her place of tia—
business, at the office or Andrew F. Murray. No. SCI
Broadway. Borough of Manhattan. in the City of New
York, on or before the Ist day of September Mat.
Dated New York, the 2Jd day of February. 1004.
AMANDA TRIER. Administratrix.
ANDREW F. MURRAT. Attorney for Administratrix, 309
Broadway. Borcugh of Manhattan. New York City.
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDEB OF HON.
X Atnsr C. Thniass. a Surrosat* of th. County at jaw
York, notice is hereby givea to all persons bavin* datat
against Henry J. Ohlckers. lat. of th* County of JsJw>
Ycrk. deceased, to present the same, with vouchers trissasC
to the fcubscribtr. at her place oS transacting rmstn*i is
the office of Herman Elfers. No. 277 Broadway. Boroo— i
of Manhattan. City oX New York.' oa or bafar* «*»-' 2S£a'
jay of July next. ***;
Dated New York. th. 12th toy of January. UOt.
ANNA MARIA OHLCKEEa. ii
Admlntstratrlx. with the will aaacnsl ■
HERMAN ELFERS. Attorney for Administratrix, win '
will annexed. 277 Broadway. New York CJty
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OP HOX.
-■- Abner C. Thcmas. a Surrogate of th. County af Hmm
York, notice 1. hereby given to all persona having claim.
against Sarah E. Bennett, lata of the Countya*
York, deceased, to present the same, with, voucher. then*
of. to the subscriber, at bis place of transacting tiiisViias.'
the offlc. of Stoddaxt & Marshall. No. 13 Trots irsniisss
Borough of Manhattan. .'n the City of New Tort caei
before the 30th day of September next.
Dated New York. th. 16th day of ICarcb. 1008.
AUBBET BENNETT. Fiswnlii
6TODDAF.T * MAT. SHALL, Attorneys tar wHZ xtaT^m
WUliam Street. Siwr York. — *
JN PURSUANCE OP AN ORDER OF HONOR
able Frank T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate of th. Ounty
of New Tork. notice Is hereby given to all person* havria*
claims asalnst Henry J. Hayne. late of the) County of
New York, deceased, to present th. same. wi»* Touchers
thereof, to the subscriber at her place, of t~aaa*ettnai
business, at th. oace of Shearman A Stern?!*. 44 Wail
Street. New Tork City, on or before til* 38th day at
August. 1906. *
New Tork. February a. 1900.
ALICE F. RATNE, Executrtx.
SHEARMAN & STERLING. Attorneya for CaacratrtzT 4w
Wall Street. New Tort City. w •
\fINTON, CHARLES T.— Df PURSUANCE
■*■ of an order of Hon. Abner C. Thomaa, a Snrraaat*
of the County of New Tork. notice Is hereby gtvan toaS
persuns having claims against Charles T. Mlnton. late off
the County of New Tork. deceased, to present tb* saga*
with vouchers thereof ta the subscriber, at lU alrej af
transacting business. No. M Broadway, Id th. Clqr as
Kew York, on or before the Ist day of August next.
Dated New Tork. the 22d day of January. IMB.
UNION TRUST COMPAXT OF NEW TORK. Executor.
PETKHAM. MILLER A KING. Attorneys for
80 Broadway. New Torts City-
TN PURSUANCE OP AN ORDER OP HOX.
Abner C Thomas, a Surrogate of tha County of New>
Tork. notice is hereby given to all persons having claim*
against Alexander P. Ketchum. lata of that Couaty el
New York, deceased, to present the earn* wiOx vouchee*
thereof to the subscribers at their place of »— m-nrttnsr
business at tt. office of Everett P. Ketcnura. No. IT
Battery Place, in the City of New Tork. oa or before) ta*
eighth day of October next.
Dated New York, the 23th day of March. 1908.
EVERETT P. KETCHUIL WILLIAM H. Kfn;r g'J,
Eexecutors.
EVERETT P. KETCHUM. Attorney for Executor*. XT
Battery Place. Uorough of Manhattan. New Tori City.
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HOX.
-*■ Abner C. Thomas, a Surrogate of the Cbnuty of New
Tork, notice Is hereby given to all persons having claims
against WHltaia Elsenhauer. late of th. County of New
TorX deceased, to present tha same with Toucher, thanaff
to th. subscriber, at her place of traasacUsg buatasaa. at
the office of Adolph Fioch. No. SO Nassau Btr»et. la th*
City of New Tork. on cr before the 30th day of fit Inaal
Dated New Tork. the 29th day of March. MOB.
JOSEPHINE EISENHAUER. Executrix.
ADOLPH BLOCK. Attorney for Executrix. £» Kaaasw
St., New Tork City. » '
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HO!*.
Abner C. Thomas, a Surrogate of th. County of New
Tork. notice i' hereby Riven to all persona havlnv
claims against Mathilda Kaufmans, lata of tit* County
of New Tork. deceased, to present the same with
vouchers thereof to the subscriber, at hie placet of
transacting business, at the office of Turner. Rolstoa
A Horan. No. 22 "William Street, tn the Borough at
Manhattan. In th» City of New Tork. oa or before Via
first day of August next.
Dated New Tork. the 17th day of January. 190*.
PHILIP SCHINDLER. Ex.cutor.
TURNER, ROLBTON * HORAN. Attorneys for Execa*
tor, i? William Street. New Tork. N. T.
TN PURSUANCE. OF AN ORDER OF HOX.
"*■ Prank T. Fitageraid. a Surrogate of the Count* a*
New Tork. notice is hereby given to all persona ha»ta*
claims against Carolina Augusta Tompklns. late) of tne>
County of New Tork. deceased, to present the sane, witti
Touchers thereof, to the subscriber, at his plan of trass,
acting business, at the office of Week.* A- Forster At
torneys. No. 15 'William Street, Borough of Manhattan, la
the C^ty of New Tork. on or before the 294 day ofAwL
gu^t next.
Dated New York, the 15th d»jr nt February. 1908.
JAMK3 E. TOMPKIX3. ~l I SsSS
TTEEKES * FORSTER. Atty. for Executor. 43 WlElasa
St.. Borough of Manhattan. City of New Tork.
-pf PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OP HOX
Prank T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate ot th. CDastty of
New Tork. notice is hereby given to all persons hartßat
claims against £lbbel V. Bullard, late of th. Count*
of New Tork. deceased, to present the same ■with vouch
ers thereof to the subscribers at their place of transact*
log business at the office of Evarts. Tracy A- eheraasv
their attorneys, at No. &> Wall street, la the Borough «t
Manhattan. In the City of New Tork. on or before "■■+
fit teen th <!ay of October next.
Dated New Tork. the fifth day of April. 1008.
Frederic l. htllasix ■
Elijah georch;._
EVARTS. TRACT A SHEiOLUV. "**
Attorneys far Executors.
60 Wail St.. Borough of Manhattan. New Tork C!lr.
IN PURSUANCE OP AN ORDER OF HOIS.
Abner C. Thoicas. a Surrogate of the County «f !•,"»■••
Tork. Botlce Is hereby given to all pencils TisiilH eJatSsS
against John R. Bennett, late of Danville. County of
Mor.t^ur State of Pennsylvania, deceased, to present Th*
same wtth vouchers thereof to the subscriber, at her alasw
Of transacting business, at the office of Flnctt e> ColeaaasV
her attorneys. No. 32 Nassau Street, In th. City at l.'a
Tork. on or before the 31st day of July next.
Dated New Tork. the 19th day of Janaury. Its*.
ELLEN COLEMAN BENNETT. Ancillary I illllllllSHallßS_
C. T. A. I
Finch & Cowman Attorneys for Administratrix. IS Nassau
Street. Borough of Manhattan. City of New Tork.
TN*PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON.
Frank T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate of th. Coaaty el
New Tork. notice la hereby given to all persons hawtntj
claims against John H. Garrison, '.at- of the) County ox
New Tork. deceased, to present th. sam. with vouchers)
thereof to the subscriber, at her place of wsnaai Hiisj
cosiness, at th. office of Frederick A. Pouthworta. Kam.,
No. 6S TCUUam Street, ra the City of New Tork. sat aw
before the first day of September next.
Dated New Tork. the twenty-fourth day of FeUr—rj
100G. MARTHA A. GARRISON". Executrix,
Frederick A. Southworth. Esq.. Attorney for "M"i'r»m.
\ 68 WUliam Street. New Tork City. N. T.
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON.
•*" Abner C. Thomas, a Surrogate c: the County of K«w~
Tork. noUc« Is hereby given to aU persons aavtasj elate*
against Peter Klrchhof. late of th. County of New Torn,
deceased, to present the same with vouchers thereof te>
the subscribers, at their place of transacting hnatwasa.
Room H0». Sol 27 William Street, In the City af New
Tork on or before the 16th day of August Best.
t>a:td New York The 6th day of February. 19M.
CHARLES G. KIRCHHOF. JOHN C ELSEXBAST.
£D\VARI> C. UETZIG. Ekecutora.
H. A. & •-. E. B£TDT. Attorney, for Executor.. Xf
WUUam Street. New Torn City. ""
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OP HON.
"*■ Abner C. Thomas, a Surrogate of th» County of New
Tork. notice 'c her .-by given to -all persona having c'-aim*
against Albert J. Pltkla. late of the County of New York,
ji-ceasea. to present the same with vouchers ther«rf to th*
suhscrtbera at their place or *£isact:ug tmsiiisss, ta*
offlct of Alcnio r. -tn.ng. at No. 311 State S:rert. ta the)
City of Scheaectady. N. T.. on or before the 13th day t.:
August nest.
Ijatr.i New Tork. the 10th day of February. tSM.
ANN <• FITKIN. AUONZO P. STRONG, aa laweaMßS)
of the tost Will of Albert J. Pitkla. deceased.
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF EON.
* ' Abn«r C. Thomas, a Surrogate of the County of New
Tork. nc.iir ■ la hereby given to a'.t persona bavins; clalai
a«alDst William Conkitn. deceased, late of th* ->UEty «•
New York ta present the sasic. wtth vouchers therecC 3
the subscriber, at her place of transactm*- business, at ta*
oßlce of ton attorney. P. U Wella. No. m Park Row.
llcruucn of Manhattan, in the City of New Tork. oa cr
before the 13U» <iay «>* Ju!v n«;xt.
Dated New jra. the 11th day of January, ISOS.
MART S. CO.VKUN. Admlnlatratrcs.
P L> WEIX3. Attorney for Administratrix. No. M Park
Bow. Borough of Manhattan. City of New Tara.
TN PURSUANCE OF iJ.* ORDER OF HON.
•*■ A! r.-r C Tbonias. a Surrogate of Of County of Xew
Tork nouce U hereby given to ell persons bavins ctalma
asataai 4v.tn C. tuln. late of th * County of New TeakC
IJTIMIi to present the same wtth Touchers thereof m
the subscribers at oar place of UansacUns --rt... at
the cSlee of Marx A Sullivan No. « Park Row. Uaa.
Katun Borough, ta tb« City of New Tork, aa or fate.
the 14th day of Aomat next. ■-
Dated New Tort. tie 8:1 day of r»br«ar». XSCS.
ANNA REIN. » »^_
ANDREW \SOVF, J ■■••■•BBS.
MARX at BCtXTVAN. Attorneys far Bxecutera. M Weasl
EaUii=7. llaabittan. Kcw Tork csyr.
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