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OBITUARY.
VAJOR GENERAL J. & PARKHURST.
Coldwater. Mteh.. May 7.-MaJor General J. a
Parkhurst, well known as an officer in th« Army
of the Cumberland during the Civil W«r. who
served for two yearn as provost marshal gwersi
under General Thomas, and who was United States
Minister to Belgium under President Cleveland,
died suddenly hist night at his home her*.
General John Gibson Parkhurst was a native of
Oneida Castle. N. V.. where he was born on April
17. 1824. After graduation from the Oneida Acad
emy, he studied law, and was admitted to the bar
sing ii Oneida for two yean
he went to Michigan, where he was engaged In the
work of his* profession when the Civil War broke
out. He had been secretary of the National Demo
cratic Convention in 1960, and on September H>, 1861.
enlisted in the army. He was lieutenant colonel
and colonel of the fth Michigan Infantry and a
brigadier general on the staff of General George H.
Thomas. He also saw service as provost marshal
of the Fourteenth Army Corps and provost mar
shal general of the Department of the Cumberland,
also of the Military Division of Tennessee. After
the war he was United States Marshal for Michigan
from :866 to 18». He then returned to his law prac
tice, but in IMB he was appointed by President
Cleveland Minister to Belgium, and served two
years. General Parkhurst was married three times.
MAX JLfDD
St. I»uia. May 7.— Max Judd. of national repu
tation as a chess player, died suddenly In his room
at the MontleeUo Hotel to-day. Death was due to
angina peetoris. induced by nervous strain over
a game.
Max Judd was born in a little village near Kr»
kau. Austria, on December 27, 1852. At the age
of twelve he came to this country and lived at
first at Cleveland, and later at St. Louis. He soon
made a name ac a chess player, winning the cham
pionship of Ohio in 1871. holding the title until
IS9I. He played in many national and interna
tional chess tournament* in this country and
•broad, and received many second, third, fourth
and fifth prlzf-s. ns. for Instance, at Cleveland in
I*7l. Chtragm in 1574. Philadelphia in 1876. New
York in ISSO. New York in ISB9. Vienna in 18»6
jind 1R97. He waa also a successful match player,
winning against Alheroni. Hodges, Showalter and
Others He playefl last in a national tourney dur
ing the World's Fair at ft. Louis, winning the
second prise after Marshall. Judd leaves a wife,
but no children.
COLONEL HENRY H. ADAMS.
Greenwich. Conn., May 7.— Colonel Henry H.
Adams, of New York, well known In military elr
c!^s and in the iron and steel business, died at his
summer home hero to-day, as the result of an op
eration for the removal of hie leg. Colonel Adams
wa« sixty-two years old, and until recently wbi
president of the Colonial Iron Company, of Penn
sylvania. He was vice-president of the Patriotic
lieaeue of America, an ex -captain of the Old Guard
and a member of several clubs and societies in
New York. H* leaves one son and two daughters.
all of New York-
THOMAS B. CANNON.
Shelbyvllle, T>nn.. May 7.— Thomas B. Cannon, a
relative of Speaker Cannon and a nephew of New
ton Cannon, a pioneer Governor of this state, died
here yesterday, at the age of ninety-one.
JOHN A. BCHWARZ.
John A. SchTParx, a furniture dealer In Brooklyn,
•led on Sunday at hie home, No. 75 Schenck ave
nue. East New York. 5n his forty-eighth year. Mr.
Bctrwan was born in the Wllllamsburgr district.
He leaves a wife and fcur sons. Mr. Schwara
was a rr*»mj>« > of nearly a dozen fraternal organi
zation*. The funeral will I* held this morning at
St. Michael's German Catholic Church, In Jerome
■treet.
OR. LAWSON A. LONG.
!Ry Telepraph t<-> The Tribune.]
Hniynk*. Mass.. May 7.-Dr. Lawson A. Long Is
Oead. ae^d seventy-eight years. He is said to have
ann«"'un«-ed for the first time that cholera and
othf-r epidemic diwgvc were directly traceable to
filth and unsanitary conditions. He was for ten
y'iirs ■ practising physician in New York.
GOVERNMENT DOCK* AT SEATTLE BURNS.
Seattle. May 7.— Arlington Dock, filled with
government supplies intended for shipment to
the Philippines on the transport Sherman, was
destroyed by fire early to-day. The transport
Sherman and the French ship Daniel, lying
dose by. were slightly damaged. The totaJ loss
is fIBSgOMt, of which $100,000 is on government
supplies.
MACY WAGONS AND AUTOS ON PARADE.
rt!T*e a year Manager J. R. Price of R. H. Macy
k 00/s delivery organization brings out the store's
entire Aeifvery force in annual parade. Yesterday
morninc he had in Une 90 delivery wagons, 10 auto
■soblles, V< shipping trucks, 15 furniture trucks anJ
I vans. The line <>tane<l at ISth street and Seventh
avenue, areat through 17th street to Fifth avenue.
down to 12th s<r»-<>t. th*r to Fourth avenue, up to
ISt!. street, through 26th street to Fifth avenue,
th*-n to 4&th sirff-t. through to Seventh avenue ar.d
<l>>wn Seventh to fOtt) street. It swung into Broad
way ht nth Mt-fet and then down to Slth street.
MAEINE INTELLIGENCE.
MINIATURE ALMANAC.
Sunrise 4:f>3 : .Sur.set 7:00; Moon rises ! Moon's aga IS
HIGH WATER.
A.M.— Sandy Hook 7:13;G0v. Island 7:84 Hell Gate »-27
t>.M.--fiandy Hook 7::i=;<;.v. Island S:O0lHell Gate »:8S
The Kroonland. reported yesterday by wlrelees will
dock to-day about 10 a m.
INCOMING STEAMERS.
TO-DAY.
Vw«'.. Pros*. Line
■Astoria Glasgow. April 28 Anchor
•K. \Vllh*lmderG... .Bremen. May 1 N < ; Lloyd
« m.and Antwerp, April 28 Bed Star
•I'oudam Rotterdam. April 28. ..Holland-Am
•L m!>ar<iia Genoa. April 25 Italian
•Mcrro Castle Havana. May a WarS
•.■Manila Kinj:; ion. May 2. ..'.'.'.'. .Haml>-Am'
•Tintoretto Barbados May l ••"■mp-Arn
Oertc Uverpool. April 27... White fltLr
ritoUrande Mobile. May 1 .". MaUoE
JUlla Narle.. Aprl] X.. .....". " ' iffi
l'cnvrr Gaiveston. May 2 Malio^-
Xl Cid CaJveMon. May 2 m™?P
Rio Grande Mobile. May 1.. .;.:;::;;;; MaTSry
WEDNESDAY. MAY 0.
•Majestic Liverpool. May 2.... White Kt..
•AUlanca Colon. May 2. ... ..." p^Jfml
J-rlnzesa Irene Naples. April 27. ... ' ' " v o lTov^
THURSDAY. MAY 10. *
Rhrin Bremen. Apni 28... vn,,.,.
Oraf Wa!,ie rw- Kambura:. April V.Hamb-Am
Kan*MClty Savannah. May 7 ... .V; Ba^annah
FRIDAY. MAY 11 "
Flcllia.n Prince I'ol-rmo. April M... !.«_„
V.n^nty Swansea! April 27. . . .".V;.".V.8r2t0l
THE HOUSE
from the
SPEAKER'S DESK
L White Busbty
Secretary to
Speaker Cannon
writes
from
Behind the Scenes
in
Next
Sunday
Magazine Section
TRIBUNE
Summer
Furniture.
We direct attention to the
extensive collection of sea
sonable furniture suitable for
the country and seashore,
now on sale at very moderate
prices.
Old Hickory.
Rockers, 2.50,13. 50, $4. 50 each
ArmC/iair5,52.00,53.00,54 •'
Settees, $6.00,8.00. $10.00
Porch Chairs,
Rockers^ 1 .00,52.00,53.75 each
Chairs, $1.00, $1.75, $3.00 "
Settees,* 5.00, $6.00, $8.00 "
Reed.
Rockers, $4.50 & $7.50 each
Arm Chairs, $1.75, $3, $5 "
s>//?*j,57.00,58.50,5i0.00 M
Prairie Grass & Rush
Rockers, $4.50, $7, $8.50 each
s4rmChairs,s6.oo,s7.so sß **
Settees, $ 1 2.00, $ 1 5 .00, $1 8 •*•
Lord& Taylor,
Broadway and Twentieth Street;
Fifth Avenue; Nineteenth Street.
**
Twist * piece of bond paper; it's strong because
made of linen. We make collars, shirts and
Barney McGtynns of linen.
EARL t- WILSON.
'Bay by the mark.
SPECIAL MENTION.
Adrertlseraeots admitted Into these eolamas ar*
recommended to the readers of The Tribune at
th— wag My reliable, and business can be dome br mall
wttb the advertiser with perfect safety.
RANK H GRAF
cm c * «. AtP
V '|ITZGE^ 1 '
177 BROADWAY.
688 BROADWAY.
723 SIXTH AVENUE.
&XDinONS. FBKDBKaV
rtiir sets.
BSE Seventh Am**,
Gerasr of l»k St.
THE
TWO IN ONE <
Bifocal
lenses
for
>.LAR
and
DISTANT
VISION
On Stle at All Newsstands
eXXVJICK CRYSTAL PBBBLB
kiEQLASSKS the cool kind
ibat never mist, at
SPENCER'S,
U Maiden Lana,
free 25 Cents
Alamo Galreaton, May 6 Mallory
El SuJ Galveeton. May D Morgan
•Brings mall.
OUTGOING STEAMERS.
TO-DAT.
Vessel
Vessel For. Line. Mail closes sails.
Kxonprlni Wllhelm. Bremen. N G L... 2:30 am 6:00 am
Carmsniii, Liverpool. Cunard 10:30 am 2:00 p m
Rosalind. Newfoundland Red Cross... 6:3oam 11:00 am
Quito. Argentina 12:00 m 3:00 pm
Apache. Jacksonville. Clyde 3:00 pm
City of Memphis. Savannah. Savannah 3:00 pm
Jefferson. Norfolk. Old Dominion 3:00 p m
WKDNBBDAY. MAY 9.
Baltic, IJv«-rpool. White Star 2:30 am 6:00 am
Beatrice. Argentina. Norton 9:00 a m 11 :*) a m
Altai. Jamaica, Harab-Am 0:80 a m 12:U0 m
Prlnz der Nederlanden. Hujtl. DW I. .11:00 a m 1:00 pm
Grecian Trlnce. Argentina, Prince. .. .12:00 m 8:00 pm
Panama. Colon. Panama 11:30 am 3:00 pm
Ollnda. Nu^ vitas. Munson 12:00 m 8:00 pm
Semlnolf. Turks Island. Clyde 12:30pm 3:oopm
Proteus. New Orleans. Mornan 12:00 m
Jamestown. Norfolk. Old Dominion.... 3:oopm
Huron. Jacksonville. Clyde 8:00 pm
THURSDAY. MAY 10.
Ani<«rika, HamburK. Hamb-Atn 2:3oam o:(ioain
Ua Lorraine Havre, French 7:Wam 10:ti0am
(."rc-tlc Naples, White Star B:doim 10:0O a m
Oscar' 11 Copenhacen. Seand-Am ft:ooam 11:00 am
Bermudlan. «erniuda. yu*bec SMiOain IU:OUam
Vlgllan^la Campeche. Ward V:ooam 12:<K» m
Maßoa, Triil'iad gut-bee 11:30 am 3:00 pm
Manzanillo. Tampl:a. Ward 12:0 Dm 3:Oiiprn
City of Columbus, Savannah. Bavunnah 3:<K>piu
El Rio. Galveaton, Morgan 8:00 pm
Hamilton. Norfolk, Old Dominion 3:UOpjn
TRANSPACIFIC MAILS.
Destination an<! steamer. Cloae In N. Y.
Philippines, also epe-.-lally addressed mall
for japan. Corea and t.'hlna — Lyra (via
s<utt!«-i MayS. 6:oopm
Japan. Oorea. <^lna and Philippines—
Shinuno Maru tvia Meattlo) May 10. 6:00 pm
Japan, Corea end <^hlna (specially ad
flrcMed only)— KMtfiua May 11. 6:oopm
Hawaii, Japan. Corea. China and Phillp-
Miies— Doric (via San Francisco) May 13. 12:80 a m
SHIPPIHG~NEWS.
Port of New York, Monday, May 7, 1906.
ARBIVED.
Steamer South America (Br>. Wataon. Liverpool April
20 to Barber ti. i •<„ in ballast. Arrived at the Bar at
midnight.
Kteamer Mlmx-'.<>nka (Hr), I«ayland, London April 2«. to
tbc Atlantic Transport Co, with 78 passengers and indie.
Arrived at the Bar at 3:4!> p in.
Steamer Dzcelslor (Ger). Courtln. London April 22. to
Itlllp Ruprecht. in bnllaat. Arrived at the liar at 10:3>
a m.
Steamer Jersey City (Hr). Frankland. Bristol April 17
and Swansea 2u. to James Arkell & Co. with mdse. Ar
rived at the Bar at B;*) a m.
fctearoer La Oasoogne (Pr). Toumler, Havre April 28.
to Cornea mle Generale Transatlantlque, with 1,014 steer
ace passengers and ir.dse. Arrived at the Bar at «a m.
tWeamer Acarla (Br). Thomas. Hut-Ira April 10, with
ore to order; vessel to master. Arrived at the Bar at
2:80 a m.
Stammer C ameron (Br). Present, Huelva April 10, to
Bowsing * Co, wltfi ore. Arrived at the Bar at 2 a m.
Steamer Masstlls. (Kr). Murll. Marseilles April 18 and
Naples 21. to James W Elwell & Co. with HBO steerage
passengers and md«e. Arrived at the nar at 1 am
Bteamer lioeefleld (Br), Blackinore. La Guayra April 29.
Ito W D Mune«ii. with mdse. Arrived at the liar at
I 9:15 a Eft.
Steamer Hindustan (Br). Apple ton. Sunderland April 22,
to the Houston Una. In ballast. Arrived at the Bar at
j0:39 a m.
tf- t lne i, Tintoretto <80. Madison. Santos April 10. Rio
Janeiro 21 Dahla 23 and Barbados May 1. to Busk *
Jevonn. with i 144 passengers, malls and mdse. Arrived at
the Bar at 7:45 t> m.
Steamer Philadelphia. .Crockett. Porto hello April 27,
Curacao 2«. l.a »> r » 30 and Ban Juan May 2. to
Uoultor;. Bliss & Dalfett. with P» p»<iaen B ers. malls and
muse. Arrived „t t).. Par" at 7:33 a in
« m V Somnrfor.l (Br). Henry. Nuevltas May 1. to J
J\lnck«-iter * Co. with sugar. Arrived at the »sr at
2:13 p tn.
Ettaatr BraUlord (Gar). OclU&c. Port Antonio May 2. to
XEW-YOTIK DATLV TTCTBT^CE. Ti'KSDAY. MAY S. 100f>.
arc now exhibiting a most exclusive collection of the latest
Imported Lingerie Gowns
and Waists
in Hai\d Embroideries, Laces and Heavy Linens, ;
which they are offering
At Very Attractive Prices.
DRESSMAKING DEPT THIRD FLOOR
Attention is directed to their facilities for the
Cold Storage of , , .
it
Furs, Fur Lined Garments,
Oriental Rugs, Draperies and Hangings
WITH FULL INSURANCE AGAINST DAMAGE BY MOTHS AND FIRE AT
VERY MODERATE CHARGES.
Alterations and Repairs
MADE DURING THE SPRING AND SUMMER AT MUCH LESS THAN
REGULAR RATES. ESTIMATES SUBMITTED AND ARTICLES CALLED
FOR ON REQUEST.
LACE CURTAINS CLEANED AND STORED DURING THE SUMMER. NO
EXTRA CHARGE FOR STORAGE.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC. 14th St. and Irving PI.
■ „ — FOR ONE WEEK ONLY.
WILTON LACKAYE tWby
Prices. 25, 80. 75c $1. Mats. Wed. & Sat.. 2. Evg. 8:15.
Next Week— Andrew Mack in The Way to Kenmnre.
ttnltnttitM THKATKK. B'way & 3»d St.
Ssl Uil 11 uiiilU Evgs. 8:30. Mat Sat.. 1:20.
The Brwtast of Gom3dy Sy:cassis
I GHARLErS AUNT 1
with ETIENNE RAR DOT.
k;Tinntnoll.!ri O *-& St. 25. 50. 75c.. $1.00.
AmmCnCtlClrg O Dally Mats.. 2.V. and Me.
BILLY B. VAN and ROSE BEAUMONT. RICK
& I'REVOST. GENARO & BAILEY, and Oilier-. '
FRISCO EARTHQUAKE and FIRE VSSt&la.
PfllfSSllAf VESTA TII.LEY. MILITARY OC
uULUriIAL TETTE, Ed. F. Reynurd, Shean &
B*way & CSd. Warren, Fred Ray & Co., Wolpert
Daily Mats. Trio, Hoey & Lee, and Others. OC
tULUrtIAL TETTE. Ed. F. Reynard. Shean ft
B'Wajr * (24. Warren, Fr*-d Ray & Co.. Wolpert
Dally Mats. Z%c Trio. Hoey & Lee, and Others.
lI.HAMBRA. MARGARET WY<IIEKI.EY &
7th ave..l*6th St. CO.. YE COLONIAL SEPTETTE.
Mats. Dally. 25c. Merlan's Dogs. 4 Fords, etc.
I ADVERTISING r™**«™* ;I
I ADVERTISING wedn-btsdat- ■
SHOW IA ST PAT } I
I MADISON SQ. GARDEN. Aft. and Evr. Adm. 50c. I
DCI IQPfI Ever 8. Mat. Sat .2. . THE GIRL
OLLaOUU DAVID BF.LA^CO Presents OF Till!
BLANCHE BATES in G ™gfi?
Dl mil B'»*ay I SO!)! h Time in / Mat. Sat.. S.
OIWUU * :unh I »wr \«.rk 10-niitht. / Evenings 8 :1».
DAVID BEI.ASC.O Presents. 2d Year In N. ¥..
WARP IF I n in THE
rV * *. SS. i. 1 MLt JL# 13 MVSIC MASTER.
BERKELEY LYCEUM
THEATRE. 44th St.. between sth and 6th Avenues.
THURSDAY EVE. £ A .V2.
-BENEFIT FOR
SIN FRANCISCO SUFFERERS.
ROSE LA TOUR. "SLIVERS" OAKLEY
HENRY JEWETT. (Permission Hippodrome).
MAX NICKOLL, TOPSY RIEORIST.
HI'RKE & DEMPSEY, MILT WOOD.
WALTER DANIELS, PIERCE & OPP,
ALLA NASIMOFF. MERRI OPBORNE.
The Russian Tragedienne; BASQUE QUARTET.
GOLDEN RUSSIAN TROUPE. JOHN MASON.
DONAZETTA TIIOUPE. HERBERT STANDING.
RASPBERRY SHRUB SEC. by members of the 12th
Niffht Club.
"THE ROYAL BALL." by Mr. Fechhclm'^r. with
MISS ASHLEY.
12th Nijrht Club Will Serve Refreshments.
Seats Selling. Box Office. Berkeley Lyceum.
4» ■■»
CUDIDC THEATRE. Broadway and 40th St.
ClfinnC E»g«. 8:15. Mats. Wed. and Sat.. 2:15.
MAUDE ADAMS pE T^ RR B pp rre.r A e '.
IHinQMI THKATRK. 41th St.. East of Broadway.
nUllwUn Errs. 8:16. Mats. Wed. and Sat., 2:15.
LAST 5 NKiIITS.
AVM ti CPAMF ln THE
; Will. 11. V^K^M.l il_ AMERICAN LORD.
■■ May 14 — Robert Lornine in "Man and Superman."
pniTrninil THKATRK. Broadway and 44th St.
linl I CniUn Evenings 8:15. Mat. Saturday. 2:15.
LAST 5 NIGHTS.
CQAUPIC -Uf 1 1 Cflkl '" the I-aughlng Hit.
rilAllwlO VflLOUnTlie Mountain Climber,
and The Little Father of the Wilderness.
I VfPITM B1B 1 way and 45th St. Ergs. 8:15.
i-»«V/CiUm Mats Thurs. and Sat.. 2:15.
SSMSTTHE LION -> THE MOUSE
1 Knickerbooker B'way and 38th St. Evening* 8:13.
nIHGKCIUOCKBr Mat Sat Last 2 Weeks
FRITZI SCHEFF So^ E .
— - - ' i <y
M!i#K
the United Fruit Company, with 13 cabin passengers and
mdse. Arrived at the »ar at midnight
Steamer Skuld (Nor). Hansen. Uabla April 16 and St
Thomas May 1. to the Tweedle Trading Company, with
rosewood Arrived at the Bar at .2 p m
• Steamer City of Columbus. Smith, Savannah May 4. to
the Ocean Steamship Company, with passengers and indue.
Left Quarantine at 6:OS am. .
Steamer Hayamo (Cuban). Huff. Havana May 8, to
James E Ward & Co. with 3 passengers and mdse. Ar
rived at the Bar at 12:23 p in
Steamer Xl Dla, Mason. Oalveston May 1. to the South
ern Pacific Company, with mdse. I*- ft Quarantine at 3:64
Steamer Proteus, Halsey, New Orleans May 1. to the
Southern Pacific Company, with passengers and mdse.
Left Quarantine at 0:12 a in.
Steamer Huron. Chtchester. Jacksonville May 4 and
Charleston B, to the Clyde Steamship Company, with pas
sengers and m<lso. Left Quarantine at 3:44 p m.
Steamer Hamilton. Boa*. Newport News and Norfolk, to
the Old Dominion Steamship Company, with passengers
«nd tn>'.i>f I^ft Quarantine at 1:88 p in.
Steamer Comal. Hisk. .Hrunswlck, <;a. May 4. to C II
Mallory * Co, with passengers and mdse. Left Quaran
tine at «:4l> a. m. __ _
Steamer Manna Hata. Charles. Baltimore, to H C
Foster, with mdse. I^eft Quarantine at 6:05 am
■Steamer Canova (BelK). Russell. Baltimore April 3 and
Newport *■.'>•" «. to Husk ft .Tevo.ns. with mdie In transit.
**£&%£. BNB N May 7. •:*> p m-Wind southwest.
moderate brcexe; cloudy.
BAILED.
Steamers Princess Anne, for Norfolk and Newport News;
Alaskan. San Diego. San Francisco, etc; Bellta «Nor).
Port Antonio; Gregory <Hr>. Para. Maranham. etc; HJort
holm (Dam, Baltimore.
THE MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
FOREIGN PORTS.
Dover, May 7 6:40 p m— Arrived. etoamer Finland. sAp
feid. New 'York for Antwerp (and proceeded).
Bremen. May r. Up m— Sailed, steamer Prinzes* Alice
Hamtmrij' Polnck. New m— Arrived, steamer Deutschland
Hamburic' May «. « a in— Arrived, steamer Deutschland
iiamourg, »££ - New York via Plymouth rind Cher
bourg; sail-.', steamer Barcelona <Ger). Fey. New
Copenhagen. May s— Arrived. steamer Texas (Dan). An-
CHbnttar n 'May T. * 9 in— Arrived, steamer KOnlg Albert
"ierV l" yen. New York for Naples and CKnoti; sailed,
steamer Konlgln Lulse (Ger). Volger .from Genoa and
Na^» New York; passed, steamern Napolltan Prlnro
iBrY Haiileton New Tork for Naples and Palermo:
Madonna <Br>. lender. -Marseilles and Naples for
Boulou«>* May «. •t> m— Sailed. steamer lllueoher IGer).
Ueeslnu "from Hambur«r and Dover). New York.
Montevideo. Mnv 7— Arrived previously, steamer Coronda
iBr): La Saut.ur. New York for Samoa Ayre« end
Havre' BMB Ma v B. 7 P m— Sailed, steamer La Tourulne (Fr),
Mm-U** ° May 7. York. om— Arrived, steamer Furnessla
Movtlle May 7. 11:45 om— -Arrive.!, steamer Furneaata
»Br). Hlekte. New Tork for Glasgow land proceeded).
Dunkirk. May ArrlTed. steamer Lady Armstrong (80.
Leslie. New York.
Antwerp,' May »— ArTtw« .' 1n<?""1 n< ?"" Mohawk (Dr). White.
New Tork via Weymoutn: a. American (1 Hitch) Mark
schlaeKer. New York.
Lizard. May 7-rPassed. steamer Onsuelo tßr). Watson.
New York for Gravetend and Hull. •i««i.
Genoa. May — Arrived. steamer Republic <rjr> McAulev
New York via Ponta Delgada. Gibraltar and Naples'
Ilermuda. May «. 11 a m— Arrived, steamer Pretoria (Br) -
McKenzle. New lork. l * '""■
"^a.^Fr'eJieh.r'N.'w Y r c7k° v " y> " tewn ' "<*«•«•••
Palermo. May 2— Sailed, steamers Italia, <Br) iirM.n
New l n £i- "• pannonl * * Br >- Denlson (from «ume)'
New » ork *
Port Said. May 7— Arrived, steamer Indranl in r mil.
lams. New Tork for Aden, Pln«apore. Shanghai etc
Port Paid. May tt— Arrived, steamer Bchnnfels ' <a#rt
i Denker. New York tor Aden, Colombo. Calcutta ««c
■ Rio de la Plata. May Arrived previously "team"**
CanaV«c. Andeniol> - New Torh tar ValpiraUo'Tnd
I ratras. May 2— Bnlled. steamer Neuatrla (Frt Th,, mm
[ (from Mar»«uie«). New York. • * trr>< Tbmaxa
Stern Brothers
West Twenty-third Street
Amusements.
jZmusem*7its.
HIPPODROME
Thompson A Dandy, Manairers.
A SOCIETY CIRCUS
- - ' With Court of the Golden Fountains.
THE PLUNGING HOKSEs
Evenings nt 8. Dally Matinees at 3.
Thompson & Dundy*s Greater
LUNA OPENS
0 ATl^ SATURDAY,
PARK MAY 12
$300.000 NEW FEATURES THIS TEAK.
"MOTOR 'CASS
i for. ; —-
Theatre, Shopping, Sight-Seeing,
Races and Suburban Resorts
NEW YORK TRANSPORTATION CO.,
Eighth Avenue and 49th Street.
Telephone 2390 Columbus.
"Greatest Automobile livery establishment la
the world."
} Write for Illustrated booklet, giving rates.
NEW AMSTERDAM nn M aT.^: 9
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OPEPA en HAWTHORN i am/»c
ura v A tu. Jn SOCSA . S LANCE
Book and Lyrics by HARRY B SMITH.
BROADWAY THEA if B ; w^VA st st r* l:15
■ s sum . w*i iJ^ nD and Bafc . *:IB
e^ rl!Stlr 1!St1? c VANDtBBILT CUP
With Barney OldfleKT. Automobile Race Beene!
LfR?RTY TH T F^-«« 2^Bt..nr B . Eva«:lS
hmsw. soblts" 1 '"™ THE WEAK."
UUUUHO of T nE WTEAK."
NEW YORIf T " EAT ««. B-way and 4.lth St
i?t.. ,'J^ 1"^1 "^ Evn. 8:15. Mats. Wed and Sat
SAM tERINARD "™« «^*«»
A N«-xt Mon— "Tlie «;ing>rbread Man." Seats Thurs
Mon— "Tin, Gingerbread Man." Seats Thura.
W ~ ♦
MAJESTIC "pss. XL: p t a?
g-gg-j HOPPER IE HAPPYLAMP
CASINO B>w *ii ' nd *" h ' Et " ■* «:i*
THE SOCIAL WHIR.L
i PRnjRFRS B"^"y & ?9th St. Evs. «:1S »1 Mars.
rninUtOO To-da,- an 4 Thurs Res; Mat Rat
1 BROWN OF iWfi^^S:
MAIfFM EV- - 8lB^""» To^Jay. Thur7andßat.
BS^-rf 1 *"! •"• KEIXKY STOCK CO. I Poo.
>re«U Mom. 8 In BOVUX<i HIE WIND." 1 Prl&s.
MADISON RQI'AKE GARDEN "
SEATS AND BOX XOW OX SALE
FOR THE
P. S. GIL MORE
Memorial Concert
TX'KSDAY EVENING. MAY 15TH
WALTEII DAMBOSCH. - VICTOR npnnrnr
JOIIX VUIUP SOVSA. FItANK UAUKOsrift
ORCHESTRA AND BAND OF IMt IROSCH
FAMOIS VOJ-AUBto"XSS SOloSlk
i*iruu * tllf KS.
. • Prices 50c., SI. SI -SO "and IS
T^HTAT^. B ° XES AT DELMOXICO-S
JOE WEBERT^F^x snil . THE JAYS
— ■"saag t^^t^^=~
CA iS£ IE TO-DAY AT 3:30
SEMBRICH
HECITAI,
FOR THE BKXEFIT Or TUT"
CHORUS and onciIESTH\
■'^waflßßrgguH
wf.si END. ««U««j«»u*i7iSS?
»-^_^_______ lopuiar Mat. To-morrow. 33c.
FIELDS I »|tf s &A»^i.»»^^
WEST 42P ST. 8 i>lK. lIOPKIXSOX
Froposals.
rpitEASUuY DEPARTMENT, OFFICE OP
General Superintendent U. S. Life Savin* «... •
Washington. D. c. April 30. lyO« -Sealed r "po^f. I'm
be receive at this office until 2 o'clock v nf^^t'Si * IU
day. the 23d day of Ma*. lttW. and then 'publtclv »£»!! v
for furnishing .uppliM Required f->r use of the l fe-^ffi '
Service for the tltoal year ending June 30 ii»rt- Th lns
piles to be delivered at such point. Mn v.iv t" ,'V, 1 "
Grand Haven. Ml. I. . and San Francisco ,aj ■■ ™»tlV'» tl V'
required, and In the quantities named 'in the nn^Hri
tlons. The supplies needed .onsls, of Beds iL#T ltt *^
Furniture. Hro..nis and Brushes; CrockeJ'v t "* fln and
Household Good*; Lamps. lanterns, etc • M^i rdwßr ° :
Paints. fills. etc.; Ship Chandlery; stoves ». lcl £*"\ * tc -
Miscellaneous Articles; all of which are .«;.' Tocl " " nil
the specin.-ntlon. attuche.l to the form ? bid et^TJ.. '2
may be obtained upon application to this office «V . wntch
inspector of Ufe-Saving Stations. 370 Washing ? to lhe
New York city; Sup?rintend«-nt Twelfth Life"!!?? "»«■
trlct. Grard Raven, Mih.; and -urerlnten i !2f I)i »-
Ufe-Savlns District, New Appraiser^ Sto^ n L Thlrle » I >
Cisco. (Ml. En .elopes coniatnlre rroDo^ ' **!* Fran
addietsed to the -General Supe"tnten lent T'% 'tl*?.t 1 *?." 11 * 1 »*
tng Service. Washington. D. cT." and l marked t^~ BB * lr
■lie "Proposal for Annual Supplies "Th..?"*. 1"*1 "* out "
served to reject any or all bids and to w«^l '• re ~
deemed for the Interests of theOwernm",. « defects, if
BALL. Qen-ral Bupertntendent « l " lmeB «- 8. 1. RIM-
T?OCK ISLAND ARSENAL, ROCK ISLAND
■*•" 111. May 5. lOOfl.— Sealed proposal. (» .77 *
upon the blank forms furnished by thi. Vm.- l , triplicate,
reived by the undersigned untH 2 o ? c&^ nl i\- *4J' *»
Say. June 0. 1000. for furnishing hardwa£ i P .M. M - Tue »"
iron. cleaning materials, oils. pain u.^.vi'"." 1 *. 1 "' * t ** 1 '
{.rials tor Heating and ll*h, Mp?r i u^i2 11lc * to ' ma
ins the fiscal year ending June itoT lU ,™J > * r - •<£. dur
nlihed on application. Lieut. Col. be BLtINT 1108 tUT
CI7EBT POINT, N. Y. MAY 7. 1000.—SEAI Fl>
' ' proposals. In triplicate, will be receive* kIT .«
12 M. June 7. WOO, for supplying th« U a I?.,. v .
A " <lemy with Fuel, (las Coal Charcoal and Gaa nil*
Quired during the fiscal y«sr .ndrd June SO. lint i T « £l
"Urves right to reject or accept any or alt proposals «*/?"
£ r , thereof. Information furnished up£n ,npM? r »«*
Uvrlopea containing proposals should b* endorsed *p££:
£u-iM for >" addressee to Q. M.. U. a. M, JJ*" Pro -
The Turf.
RACING AT JAMAICA.
Avuir. 27 to :>tav o t.\'ci,t:stvm „__
to-day THE MONTAGUE STAKES
and five other races.' beginning a* *' M P- /■•,.--
Trains leave East «th St.. IS:10. I*:* 0 ,! V«" Wit
1:30. 1:60; Flatbush At*.. 1S:3O. 1*;«5. 1:00. 1:15. 1.10.
1:46. Trolleys from Jamaica direct to the track every
few minutes. _.
""MOTOR ■ CAB» TO TUB TRACK.
New York Transportation Co..
Sth At*, and 4»th St. Telephone 2380 Columbus.
11, 1 p Wanted.
WANTED.— AT THE PHILADELPHIA DE-
' mi of the Quartermaster's Department. 26th Street
and GrSr.H^ rS? rStSdelphl./px. band sewer, on
tents. First cUss hands only desired •
I'ublic Notices.
QUPREME COURT, APPELLATE DIVISION,
First Department.— ln tne matter of the sppliratton
of the Board of Rapid Transit Rallroa'l Cbmminsloners
for the City of New Tork for the nppolntment of three
commissioners to determine and report whether a rapid
transit railway or railways for the conveyance and trans
portation of persons and property, as determined by the
Board, ought to be constructed and operated. Jerome
Avenue Subway. Public notice Is hereby given that, pur
suant to the provisions of Chapter 4 of the Laws of I*Bl.
as amended, the undersigned Board of Rapid Transit
Railroad Commissioners will spply to the Appellate
Division of the Supreme Court of th* State or New Tork
for the First Judicial Department, at a term thereof to
be held at the Appellate Division Court House. Madison
Avet.ue snd SBth Street. Borough of Manhattan. City of
New Tork. on the 28th day of May. U«W. at 1 o'clock In
the afternoon of that day. or as soon thereafter as coun
sel can be heard, for the appointment of tnree commis
sioners In the above entitled matter to determine and
report, after due hearing, whether a railway or railways
In said city for the transportation of persons an<l prop
erty ought to be constructed and open red. The papers
upon which the aforesaid application nlll b» ma<re are
the petition of the said Board dated the lAth <lay of
April. 1006. and the affidavits and papers accompanying
the same, all of which were Illed In the offlce of the « "lerlc
of said Appellate Division on or about the 20th day of
April. 190*. and in addition thereto such other papers as
•ball ba presented to the court by the said Hoard.
A description of the route and general plan of construc
tion of the said railway or railways forms part of the
papers filed aa aforesaid with the said Clerk of the
Appellate Division. Thn following Is a brief and sub
stantial synopsis of tr.e raid route in the '"ounty of New
Tork: The line here proposed consists of a four track
subway running through Jerome Avenue from about 104 th
Street near Its southerly end. to the Junction with Wood
lawn Road opposite Woodlawn Cemetery. From the
southerly end of this line two connections are provided
with railways In Manhattan. The first Is a thr»e track
connection leading to the bridge over the Harlem River
belonging to the Putnam Division of the New Tork Cen
tral & Hudson River Railroad Company. The other a two
track subway parsing un Tt the Harlem River to a point
In Eighth Avenue near 154 th Street, so as to connect with
a Bubm-ay to be hereafter constructed under that avenue.
A third spur Is planned to connect with 153-1 Street near
Cromwll Avenue, so aa to afford a means of Junction
with the proposed Lexington Avenue subway as proposed
by this Board. The object of the aforesaid applications Is
to obtain the appointment of commissioners who shall
determine, after public hearing of all parties Interested,
whether such railway or railways ought to be constructed
and operated, and shall report the evidence taken to said
Appellate Division, together with a report of their de
termination, which report, if in favor of the construction
and operation of such railway or railways <as this Board
will ask that It shall be) shall, when confirmed by said
Court be taken In lieu of the consent of the property
owners along the lln« of said railway or railways.
BOARD OF RAPID TRANSIT RAIUIOAD COMMIS
SIONERS FOR THE PITT OF NEW TORK.
By ALEXANDER E. OBR. President.
BION L. BURROWS, Secretary.
CJUPREME COURT. APPELLATE DIVISION,
FIRST DEPARTMENT.— In tha matter of the appli
cation of the Board of Rapid Transit Railroad Commis
sioners for the City of New Tork for the appointment of
three Commissioners to determine and report whether a
rapid transit rsllway or railways for the conveyance and
transportation of persons and property, as determine* Dy
the Board, ought to be constructed and operated.
WHITE PLAINS ROAD ROtTE.
Public notice Is hereby Riven that pursuant to th« pro
visions of Chapter 4 of the Laws of ISOI. as amended,
the undersigned Board of RapM Transit Railroad Com
missioners will apply to the Appellate Division of th»
Supreme Court of tha State of New Tork for th« First
Judicial Department, at a term thereof to be held at tha
Appellate Division Court House. Madison avenue and
23th street Borough of Manhattan. City of New Tork, on
the 2toh day of May. IWM, at 1 o'clock ln the afternoon
of that day, or as soon thereafter as counsel can b» haard.
for the appointment of three commissioners In th* abov*
entitled matter to determine and report after dv* heating
whether a railway or railways In said city for the trans
portation of persons and property ought to be constructed
and operated. The paprs upon which the aforesaid ap
plication will be made are the petition of the saM Board
dated the l«th day of April. 1808. and the affidavits and
papers accompanying the same, all of which w«re fllM
In the office of the Clerk of said Appellate Division on or
about the 30th day of April. 190*. and In addition thereto
such other papers as shall be presented to the Court by the
said Board.
A description of the route and general plan of oon
structlon of the said railway or railways forms part of
the papers filed as aforesaid with the said CUrk of th*
Appellate Division. The following Is a brief and sub
stantial synopsis of the said route tn the County of New
Tork • This route Is practically an extension of th* present
rapid transit elevated viaduct. It Is to begin at 177 th
street and West Farms Road, near the Bronx Park, and
thence a three track elevated structure In planned to run
along West Farms Road. Morris Park avenue and White
Plains Road, to Its Intersection with East Stlst street.
The object of the aforesaid application Is to obtain the
appointment of commissioners wh.-» shall determine after
public hearing of all parties interested whether eneh
railway or railways ought to be constructed and operated,
and shall report the evidence taken to said Appellate Di
vision, together with a report of their determination,
which report. If 'n favor of the construction and opera
tion of such railway or railways (as this Board will ask
that It shall be), shall, when confirmed by sajd Court, be
taken in lieu of the consent of the property owners along
the line of Raid railway or railways.
Dated. New Tnrk. April 25. 190 ft.
BO*RD OF RAPID TRANSIT RAILROAD COMMIS
SIONERS FOR THE CITT OF NEW TORK.
By ALEXANDER E. ORR.
President.
BION L. BURROWS.
Secretary.
PURSUANT TO STATUTORY REQUIRE
ment. notice is hereby (tlvrn that «n act— Se«at«
Pll! No. IJWft. Int. 629 — has been passed by both branches
of the Legislature, entitled
AN ACT
TO PROVIDE FOR THE ERECTION OF A MONU
MENT IN COMMEMORATION OF THE SOLDIERS
OF THE FOURTEENTH RFSJIMKNT NEW YORK
STATE MILITIA. (EIGHTY-FOURTH REGIMENT
NEW YORK STATE VOLUNTEERS INFANTRY).
WHICH RETAINED ITS FORMATION AND DES
IGNATION IN THE THF.N NEW TORK STATQ
MILITIA AND IS NOW KNOWN A3 THE FOUR
TEENTH" REGIMENT NBW YORK STATE NA
TIONAL GUARD. WHO WERE ENGAGED IN THE
BATTLES OF FIRST BULL RUN. STATE OF VIR
GINIA. JULY TWBNTY-FIRST. EIGHTEEN HUN
DRED AND SIXTY-ONE. GAINESVILLE. STATE
OF VIRGINIA. AUGUST TWENTY-EIGHTH.
EIGHTEEN HUNDRED AND SIXTY-TWO. GROVE
TON. STATE OF VIRGINIA. AUGUST TWENTY
NINTH. EIOHTEEN Hi:Nr>Rßr> AND SIXTY-TWO.
AND SECOND HULL. RUN. STATE OF VIRGINTA.
AUGUST THIRTIETH. EIGHTEEN HUNDRED
AND SIXTY TWO. AND MAKING APPROPRIA
TION THEREFOR.
Further notice Is hereby given that a Public Hearing
upon such bill will be held at the Mayor's office In tha
City Hall In the city of New York, on Thursday. May
10 ' 1900. at 10:30 o'clock A. M. .
Dated City Hall. New York. May 7. 190«.
GEORGE B. M'CLELLAN.
Mayor.
This bill will be the first one heard at that time. .
PURSUANT TO STATUTORY REQUIRE
ment. notice Is hereby given that an act— Senate Bin
961. Int. No. 730— has been passed by both branches of the
Legislature, entitled
TO AUTHORIZE THE BKECTION OF A FIREPROOF
CHILDREN'S MUSEUM itIILDINC, IN THE FOR
OUGH OF BROOKLYN. CITY OF NEW YORK. IN
PLACE OF THE PRESENT BUILDING AND THE
DESIGNATION OR ACQUISITION OF A SITE
THEREFOR. AND TO PROVIDE FOR THE CARS
AND MAINTENANCE OF THE SAME
Further notice Is hereby given that a Public Hearing
upon such bill will be held at the Mayor's office In the
Cltv Hall in the City of New York, on Thursday. May
10.1W«. at 10-.30 clock A. M
Dated i City Hall. New York. May 7. 1006.
Uated «-«> OEORGE B. M'CLELLAN.
Mayor.
This Mil will be the second one heard at that time.
PURSUANT TO STATUTORY REQUIRE
mtnt notice Is hereby given that ani act—Senate.
Bill No 1«» Int. 302— has been passed by both branches
of the Legislature. •»«*]** ACT
to AMFND CHATTER FIVK HUNDRED AND TWEN
TO TV THKEK OF THE LAWS OF EIGHTEEN HUN-
I.RPI. \Nl> NINETY, ENTITLED "AN ACT IN
HFIATION TO THE OFFICE OF SHERIFF OF
THE CITY AND COUNTY OF NEW YORK." RBLr-
Fur?her I "nJ?ce S L herVb'v" given that a Public Hearln C
upon such bill will be held at- the Mayor's office tn the
cit>" Hall in th,- City of New York, on Thursday. May
10. 1006. at 10.30 o'clock A. M. •" _
Dated City Hall. New Tort. MWr T. »•*
GEORGE B. M>-H U-I.LAN,
Mayor.
This, bill will be the third one heard at that time.
PURSUANT' TO STATUTORY REQUIRE
ment. notice is hereby given that an — Senate
Hill 43«. Int. 381 — has been passed by both branches
of the Legislature, entitled
AN ACT
TO AUTHORIZE AND EMPOWER THE BOARD OF
ASSESSORS OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK TO
ESTIMATE AND ALI»\V DAM AUKS SUSTAINED
TO CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY IN SAID CITY IN
CONSEQUENCE OF THE CHANGB OF ORADE> OP
EAST ONE HUNDRED AND TIHRTY-EirJHTH
STREET AND EXTERIOR STREET. ItOROUOII OF
THE BRONX. CITY OF NEW YORK.
Further notice Is hereby given that a Public Hearing
upon ouch hill will be. heM at the Mayor's office in the
City Hall In the Cltv of New York, on Thursday. May
10. 10M. at 10.30 o'clock A, M
Dated City Hall. N»w York. May 7. l!*»rt.
OBOROE B. McCLELLAN.
Mayor.
This bill will be the fourth one heard at that time.
pURSUAHT TO STATUTORY REQUIRE
nient. notice Is hereby Riven that an act — Senate
mil No 742. Int .ma-nan b<-n passed by both branches
of the I.eirlslatur<<, <-titttl<Hl
AN A< T
TO CHANGE THE TITL.K OP CHAPTER FIVE HUN
DRED AND TWENTY OF THE I.AW» OF
EIOHTEEN HfNDREn AND NINETY. ENTITLED
-AN ACT IN RELATION TO THK OFFICE OF
BHKRIFPOP THE CITY AND COUNTY OF NEW
YOUK." TO "AN ; ACT IN RELATION TO TUB
OFFICB OP SHERIFF OF THE COUNTY OF NBWT
YORK." AND TO AMEND SAID CHAPTER? \8
AMENDED RY CHAPTER SIX IirNDRED AND
THIRTY SIX OF THE UWfSOP EIGHTEEN HIN
DRED AND NINETY-SEVEN. IUIIJ " r "'» V*-**-
Further notice la hereby Riven that a PuMlc Heartna;
upon such blllwlllh, held at the Mayor", orttre tath«
WiiKM&'SSgJP&I York - on Thur " aar - uay
Dated City Hall. New York. May T. IWM
GaX)ROB B. McCUCLUAN.
Ala MU kIU b* tb* fU»u cum teard at Hut t!mt** '
Public \ fjt :
PURSUANT TO STATUTORY~RiQr— '\
Bill ment. notice la hereby riven th.« *«-*2 i
of the Legislature, entitle.! »»— «» by both brias*
AX AT *
TO AI'TIIORIZE THE rOMPTROI LEU nm *^_
itS^^l^^S^
Further notice is hereby given that a i>, m.
Oty H^ll i n ,he ty of New Tork ST'Jv?*? •« ■
10. !«*. at 10:30 o-cloo- A M Thursd*,.
Dated dty Hall. New' Tork. ' May 7. mm
GEORGE B. JIcCLEIXA!»
This bill will be the sixth ori< . heard ,t, t that tIS? 11 * 1 '
prRBI'AXT TO STATTTOItI
m»nt. notice la hereby given that Bn ><•• m i
No. 10Z1. Int. No. TOT- has been passed b^to^?* ■■
cf the Lesislature. entltle<l »~^«i ay both brtsH^ I
A^T ACTT J
TO AMEND THE OREATER NEAV YORK- ™.
RELATIVE TO THK CSS OP Fl OATIV^"^^ I
WITH THE CONSENT OF ' THE /S^JfiPoS :^ I
LESSEE OF PIERS OR BrLKHEADS
Further notice l» her-by »iven TVh"t l^,v,,
upon surh hill will be h*M at t"#. l&r^-^Si 6 B*Jfc.8 *Jfc. ;
City Hall In the ntv of New York 7% -rT, °, fflc *ai
160.1. at 10:.-» o'clock A. M ° l&L??
Dated City Hall. New Yc^k. May 7 „,„,,
GEORGE B. SIoCLELLA. X
Thla bill win be the reventh one heard at tfcat *g»
PURSUANT TO STAfcTORT~KE^- I I
ment. notl.e Is hereb%- B | v » n t ~. ,_ ,
ITlntel No. 1352. Int. No. sbs has bi-^ZfT** *
branches of the Legislature^ entitled pp * Me<s *» »§
TO AUTHORIZE THf/board OF ESTM..-— *
APPORTIONMENT OP THE fITT 552 1 ■"•
IN ITS DISCRETION To rXAM^f^SL 1 1
FACTS CONCERNING THE SFfAl,^? J2I 0 3 I I
'BY CHARLES A I'HII.LIF* \sVtsS"Bb| " I
CORONER OF THE BOROVOH Or^SKj*
CITY OF NEW YORK. AXD TO WnvSS lll *? P
THE PAYMENT OF SlCll rLAIM PROVH « »&
Further notice Is hereby jtiren that a P,,w. -
upon such bill will be held at the Mar^-f^i 1 Be «ST
City Hall In the City of .\>w York, an TTnVS 0"*0 "* •» Si I
1«K at 10:80 clock A. M Thursday, jaw J
Dat-d City Hall. New Tork. May 7 199.
UEOROE B. McCHILAai
Thla bin will be the eighth one heard at that «£?"•
PURSUANT TO STATUTORT~BEQ^ I
Bm ment. notice la hereby giver, th.t su«-S I
Bill Printed No. 1353. l nt Vo t^* t . g. — Tmj.
both branches of the Legislature, entitled "•••s
TO AMEND THE GREATER^NEW Tnnv r ~-
TO AMEKD THE GREATER NEW Trvsir —
IN RELATION WISFERIORcOnSi^Ha
INAL. JITUSI.UTION nI " K "JURTB OrcQ
Further notice la hereby g'.rva that a PnkM. m . I
ui-r>n such bill will b* heia at th» ". -TjT*? »»Mbi
City Hall ln the City of ' New YorkTcTTjSS? b«•
1«. IOCS, at 10:3» o'clock A M ** Tta «*r. £
Dated City Hall. New York. May I lMa
. GEORQa B. McCUBAAS. I
TWs bill will ba the ninth one heard at that^S?
PURSUANT TO STATUTORY bScS
__ ment. notice Is hereby glvan that mm -.
BUI Prints No. 1177. Int N,, a»-lIS. SSa^LSj*
both branches of the Legislature. entltlS *■■■• «
TO t^¥rtylt4^f xA cla^ i^|^^ I
TO AMEND SECTION FIFTEEN ariMn
DR?D^^O TT H H TY-^ SS K O Noi^g^
SOLJDATION ACT. A3 AMEX^^*f rH^SSt
Fnrther notice is hereby that a Piikiw. n
upon such bill will be held at the MawfV^gt^S'S!
Dated City Hall. New York. May 7 ISXXI
GEORGES B. MefT.rTT '
This Mil wUI be the tenth one heard at ttat^S «
PURSUANT TO STATUTORY REQT^
ment. notice Is hereby given that an act— ;«*. m
Printed No. 1407. Int. No 10©*-has been^sMedTLTiS
branches of the Legislature, entitled "~~™«rma
AN ACT
TO AMEND SECTION THREE HUNDRED \ND \Pnu
TT-FIVE OF THE GREATER .NEW YORK 55
TER RELATING TO PERMITS FOR COXSTErr*
TION OF PRIVATE SEWERS. a * Uit •»«*•
Further notice Is hereby given that a Public Easr?
upon such bill will be held at the Mayor's oa«*~la2
Cltv HalL tn the City of New Tcrk. on Thursday Ms. m
1906, at «).3O o clock A. M.
Dated City Hall. New York. May 7. 19001
GEORGE B. McCXEUaJT.
This bill will be the eleventh one heard at that Urn
PURSUANT TO STATUTORY REQUIEM
' ment. notice Is hereby given that an act— Ssaatsßß
Printed No. 1415. Int. No. J.TS— been passed si C : i
branches of the Legislature, entitled
AN ACT , '
TO AUTHORIZE THE DEPRESSION OF THE STHrCT.
I*RE OF THE MANHATTAN ELEVATED IAJU
-TVAY COMPANY. OR ITS SUCCESSORS 03* 3
VISION STREET. BETWEEN CHRTSTIB ASD
ALLEN STREETS. IN THE CITY OF NEW TOW.
AND TO PROVIDE FOR THE PAYMENT OP 123
EXPENSE THEREOF.
Further ncttce Is hereby given that a PubUe Hnrsf
upon such bill will be held at th* Mayor's eSee. la it
City Hall, tn the City of New York, on Tatusriay. Wl
190*. at 10:30 clock A. M. m
Dated City Hall. New York. May T. 190s.
OEOROS B. McCMXLAII.
This bill will be the twelfth on* heard at eat ttaa
PURSUANT TO STATUTORY REQUUg.
raent. notlea is hereby atTsa that an act— Cast*
Bill. Printed No. 11S0, Int. TOT— been passed brisk
branches of the Legislators, «ntttl*4
AN ACT
TO AUTHORIZE, A CHANOB THE SITE OF X 23
ASTRONOMICAL, OBSSBVATOOY Of TBS BaOOsV
LYN INSTITUTB OF ARTS AND SCIENCES iV"
TO PROVIDE FOR THE- ERECTION AND HATS*
TEXAN" OF SAID OBSEiIVATORT.
Further notice is hereby gives that a Pabßc TiesSS
upon such bill will ba> held at th« Mayor's offlw. la £
City Hall. In the City of New Tork. on Thursday. Ttmm
1906, at 1O:3O o'clock A. M.
Dated City Hall. New York. May T. itt*.
asonoE a xcCLEllan.
1127?:.
This bill will be the thirteenth on* heart at that tls&
PURSUANT TO STATUTORY REQCItt
men. notice is hereby «*»eo that •» »«*-*"^
Bin Printed No. 1334. Int. No. 888— Has beta fasti
both branches of the Legislature, entitled
AN ACT
TO AUTHORIZE THE BOARD OF ESTMATEj C?
CITY OF NEW YORK. IN ITS DISCRET.CX TO
EXAMINE. AUDIT AND ALLOW THECIA»OJ
THE VVALDE ASPHALT PAVING POSfPAIJI Wt
COMPENSATION FOR WORK. I£ *££**£?£
\tCE3 RENDERED AND FOR MATEKUM ig
SUPPLIES FURNISHED TO THE CTTTOTSr
YORK VT THE REQ I^ B7 - ORDER ASggSy
TION OF THE O^TOUC
WORKS OF THE BOROUGH OF BROOKUtSig
THE PRESIDENT OF THE BOROCeB «
BROOKLYN. is hereby gl-mn that o-m, Bda
Furthar notice Is hereby gl-ren tt iat » P«^»^T§
upon such bill will be held at the MayOT« »^»
City Hall. In the City of New York, on Thursday. ■»*
190«. at 1O:3O o'clock A. M.
Dated City Hall. New g*^^ lEt^1 Et^
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Thts bill will be the fourteenth heart at that «—_
PCRSUAXT TO STATTTORI Riyg
both branches cf the LesieUitum^tntltled
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10. 1006, at W:3ooclockA-«- T
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■mis will b. th. fifteenth one baa* at that ttea
PURSUANT TO STATUTORT RBQ I^
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branches of the Leg's'.ature. entitled
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10. IPO*, at 10:3© o'clock A. . «■ . 19Mk
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Thl» will bo the sixteenth one heart at Cat ti» — ,
PURSUANT TO STATUTORY Bjgg;
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Further notice Is hereby aJ^SArt .■aB»L.» **
upon .uch Mil »' be he! u J" *'•• ',„ Tlrar»«aj. ■»••
City Hall, In th* iitv of New TorK. on *
l'»«. at 10:S(» o'clock AM- . 190 «. •' :
Dated city Hall. N>w Vork.^r^. KCtBU^J^
This will be the seventeenth w» M * <^L— — —^
PURSUANT TO statttort
1 men.. not^e I. herehy^v.n thai^"SJ
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TO AMEND THE ««g«Sgfc^^B
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upon such bill will be '■• _ Taur»*J r ' a^"
City Hall, in th» CIO ai New .
1900. at 10: SO o'clock A. M- ? irs^
Dated City HalL New g*j»»* MctlXXig?^
This hi:i will N. th<- el»ht.-f — • on» *!I!LS-^; j
Meeting*.
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