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Public Notices.
X > =« r TO!:*: htTII'.K.MB mtTRT— JUDICIAL
IA DISTRICT— I UTER COLTCTT.
AZUOK.KIi RESERVOIR.
ti-*_»iO> .NU. i. ,
yci:ce or API'UUA'i'IUN iuk 'i'llß appoimtickxt
of O)Mwi?..siuNiir:s vi 1 appraisal.
l-blic Not is li«T«oy given that It I* the laWatWa
•» ISM Ccryttatlua Counsel of the City cf New Yerk V>
snak;9 epphcatton to the : up:eoie Court cf the Etate c!
SMew York lor «li» upi.'.i r :t!i.i:-t of Coinmlsslcners cf A?
t,ra's*i under ci.tptir Z« -• the Laws of lfcOß a*
•inwi.Jed. bach a;i!k.v:,:. will •.» n.adi'ti a Special
•J«j:.. o* the iniileiiie Court to t* !;< "■•i '.a anJ for th*
s"l4iTi Jc-Jicidl Lilstrlct at the Court House in th* City
ef sflsjll is. UiitT County. X. V.. on April 20th. 1807.
at ll* o'clock in ths forcucon of that day or as coca
tr.tn-after as counsel can be neard. The object of *uca
apnlicaUon la to obtain an trder of tii* Court appoint-
Jn» three dislaterxted and cnirwtert freeholders, on*
c »'.om shall :<>: in -.he County uf New York, an*
at Iras: on* of srbess) ..::all resi<t> In the County where
to ri: estate • :n*ftei <S-tcrlh»d Is situated, to act
m* caaamtssiaiier* ot appraisal under said act and dis
«-r*rge ii; tn* outVs conferred by tre eald law and th*
aits arfendatorr lhereof upon such commissioners rr
•rprslkal for the j,urM,se uf providing an additional
•uppiy cf pure ana nholesouae water for the City c.
J*» .-. Vet.-.
The real <sts:e 10 be acquired herein is situated In th»
V«n 'it "ie .ma is to be acquired in fee for th» pur
!..*♦ <.» furnishing an additional supply of. pur* ana
%«;.*-ie«/rr« vat-.- to t:ie City of New York.
I\i folio* is a statement of the boundaries of th*
\*a£* to te *<-„L ined ijerrin with a referee?* 10 the d*.*
eu:o r-l«-c« of filing cf the ma;/.
Ail the parrels herein described are to be acquired ta
tea and &i« cclortd rick on tb* map hereinafter re
j<-ir*-i ta
*!'• tV«e certain f'»"»>ii or parcel* cf real estate. •»
wi«%3 1u the row* of Olive. County of Ulster, and State
«.! •• > York, »ho» on a certain map entitled "P.eser
%oir Uipartnient. -ection No. I Goard of Wst»r »up
«.!>• r,t The City cf New York. Map of real estate, slt
*jat*J Jr. the Town of Olive. County of Ulster, and State
*f Seer York, to lie Hcqulied by The City of New Yor*
Wr-Oe* <lh« provisions cf «';iar>ter 724 of th» I.aw* cf 15*03.
c» amended, for the construction of Ashokan Reservoir.
•1 l appurtenances, in the vicinity of Olive Bridge.
«hlch map *rai filed in the office of th* County Clerk 01
the County of Ulster, at Kingston. New York, on •(-.•
Cm «■>-. of January. 1907: acd I* bounded and describe,
a* follows:
Beginning at a pel"* In the South property line of th*
tTlst.r it Delaware Rallroa.l Ccmpanv. about 670 feet
enutb of a, road leading from Olive Bridge to Shokan.
and running thenc* along the eald railioad line the fol
lowing courses and distances: R. TS* SO' EX 948 feet.
«> 10 T S3' W. 553 feet. B. 70* t«' B. 27«.» f€*t. N. »*
•l E. 173 feet and 8. 73* 3»' B. 812 4 feet to the north
east corner of iarc-1 No. 41- thence along the east line ©I
raid parcel E. 13' 20' C ' 402 1 feet to th* southeast
comer of said parcel; thence -lent the *oi line of
tuna 6. 78* 02' W. 718.* Net to a point In the east 'la*
cf parcel No. 40; thence along the came S. 9' IV W.
SPO.H feet to the north line ut parcel No. 31; thence
along (a* hum the foil. wing courses and distance*.
K. .5* 43.' K. J.34.S feet. 9. 42* 24 K. 832.1 feet to th*
cmtr* of Coons Road, leading from Olive Bridge to
lirown* Station: thence along the name, and atiil con
tinuing along the north line of parcel No. 31. N. 62* 17'
*£ elß.l feet *»'. 73* 41' E. 191.2 feet t* the nofbeast comer
of said parcel; thence along the east line of said parcel
C »* 63 r W. 232 7 feet aod 8. 1* 14' W. 706.7 feet to th*
•uutheast corner of said parcel No. SI . thence along the
•outh line of said parcel St. 67* 3S' W. 40.« feet to th*
n-rtheaet corner of parcel No. 55; thenc« along the east
line uf said parcel the following course* and distance*:
m. 8" 47' XV. 577.2 feet, 8 «• £7' B. Si feet. It. 2* SO"
TV. 7»>» 3 feet and S. 2* 01' W. 635 1 feet to th« north
cart corner of parcel Si. 81; thence along the east line
of said parcel S. 15* 40' W. 418 2 feet to the northeast
corner of {«icel No. 34: thence along the east line of said
parrel S. IS* £9* W. 276.6 feet to the northeast corner
of parcel No. S3 on the l.orth shore line of Eeopus Creek:
thence «loi> - the east lines of parcels No* 33 and 8!.
1 V. jo* f*' W. 12« 8 feet to the south shore line of lCsopus
Creek; thence along the can.* is. 70* 00' E. 252 4 feet.
c «*>* 16' E. I*o feet and 8. F2* 04' B. 811 feet to th*
northeast comer of parcel No 'M: tcence along the east
]l:.e of said parcel the following courses and distances:
U. IS* 44' W. 827.8 feet. N. 60' 30' \V. 20.1 feet, 8. 20*
40' W. «3.2 feet, S. 14' 34' W. 124 1 feet. 8. 2S« 6V
W. 118.3 feet. 9. 9* 84' W. 214 feet 8 «• 42* W.
40.8 feet. S. Sl* 81' W. C 97.4 teet ani 8. 41* 47' R.
(87 feet to the southeast corner of said percel No. 20:
thence along the south line of eald parcel S. 77* 44'
V. K!6 4 feet to the east line of parcel No. 18; thence
11 long the same find the centre cf th* Ton gore Road B.
St' 12' 13. 46.9 feet; thence along the east and couth
line* of said parcel No. 19 the following courses an I
distances: N. 60' «8* W. -43 feet. S. »* sV W. 287.
feet. 8. «2* IV E. »32 feet, 6. 2S* 28' XV. 105.1 feet. 8.
HO* IV XV. 148.1 feet. 8. 41* 26' XV. ISI.B teet, S. 64* 23"
•A. 101 feet. S. 38* ::5' W. 1.'.2 fe*-. an.l 8. 6B* 40' XT.
203.6 feet to the southeast corner of parcel No. 18: thence
■long the so.itb line of said parcel A. 49* 07' XV. 141 feet
to the southeast corner of parcel No. 17; thence along th*
aouth lir.> of parcels Nee. 17. 14 and 6. 8. 71" OS SO" W.
(•M feet, thence still continuing along the south line
of parcel No. A. and running along the south line uf
marcel No. 6. 6. 71* 40' \v 1.454.9 *««t to the most
iout!,er:y point of parcel No. 4: theu-e along the west
erly line of Kid parcel N 63* 22' W. BO.t feet tn the
ctT.tr* cf a road leading from Krumvllle to Olive Bridge;
thence along the came and the west line of said parcel
fit 4 the following courses and distances: N. 1* iff XV.
».B feet. N. 10° 45' W. C2.t teet. K. 22* 07' XV. 154.8
fret, N. 20* 87' XV. 271.& feet, ana N. 3!* 68' XV. 218t
feet to a point In the southerly lisa of parcel No. S°
-.henre aio: g the came and tea centre of i«i 1 road N.
«4^BB' V, 212 2 feet. N. 60* 88' W. 227.1 feet. N. 68*
MS' V. 549.3 £<et 10 the eoutbea^t corner of parcel No.
2 thence along the southerly lice of said parcel aa<l
the centre cf tne before mentioned road. N. 62* 45* XV.
$71 feet to the most westerly point of parcel No. 2;
thence still continuing along the centre of a&ld road and
running along the southerly line of parcel No. 8 v «0*
410' W. 2182 feet I* the most easterly point of parcel
JCo I; thence along the easterly line or said parcel S.
84* 16' XV- 621 feet to th* *outheart corner of said
parcel No. 1: thence along the so«tii line of said parcel
5, v;- 33' W. 41<!4 feet and S. 74* 20' W. 323 feet to
the southwest corner of said rare* I: thence along the
•vest line of same N. 13* I* ' W. 1.10«.8 r»et. N. 4«* If
B. 4K5b feet and N. 44* 06' W. 36«J 3 :eet : thence 8.
•;o* £&' E. 80 M feet to the southwest corner of parcel
No. 8 ; thence along the west line cf sala parcel N. 20* 30*
E 761. 8 feet. K. M* «•' E. 460 4 feet and N. 43* 21*
IB £88 3 feet to a point In the weet line of parcel No
7; thence along the westerly and northerly line* of Mid
»«rr«-l X 24* •» B. 272.5 feet. N. 72* 17' E. €02.« feet
oi.d 8. fJr 48 C. 62.2 feet toth* west line of parcel
E*. 11. crossing a road lead'.nr 'r-.-^ Krumvllle to Oil?.
l:noge: nsaao* «.i3«ui the westerly and northerly linoa
JfTT 4 parcel No 11 the 'oi.owlne courses and di.tances?
v .... "•."• B 4M«.S feet. N. «!•• -H W. 62 fret V it*
to E. IKJ.6 feet. N. s** 59" E. Si. B feet. N. 28* *I*V i
iS n feet N. M* 14 E. 473 feet. S. 89* «3' B. 144 7 feet
aud 6 1 "■ *'■ & ?•" *« «• the centr* of Fountain
Kill; ih»nce along the rame and slili continuing along
ih» -.lihrfly aea "''■'■':\y lines of parcel No. I? NT
jr.- ii" a. «v;» •••^J f ' mi'} E. M feet. \* - «s* M' n.
JoO.»Jett. N. n*«E lWßfert; thence N. 21* l" w
IS fctt 10 pVfPS t J SamsonriU* R^d: thence along
lbs tain* N •! N' l^. ;«.' ,. f , ect , r » n J K. &•* 05' E
516.8 <ei.t: thence N. »• ST XV. JSB.4 i**f. thenrl V
tl- «* li B6fJ Ssei N.^9* 115' E. J11.2 f4t end s
a- ** ii «« tret to the centr. of the centre of s."i
tloned ssmsor.viile Road: thence along the centre of Mid
read, tat mta cnr.tinuing along Uie westerly and aoffh
♦ily lines a parcel No. 11. N. 68* 28- a 9? ? ?w and
N. O* «• E- Wl fret to a point tn th« ncrth-rlr line
if parcel No. 12: .hence along the *«>rly aVd n"rther"J
lines cf eatd parcel, and still continuing a!m c the ""nu.
,t the Ufrre mentioned EtHHMh Road. N. S3' 1?
r. 22 feet K. S4* 2»' B. CY3 feet. N. 2«* 27' E 403 8
ft-oi N- 48' 47' *'■ ttl f-et and N. fl T * fg- pirnp im .
feet to the centre of the Tongore Road, leading from' Brod
fc^ad to PavU Cornr-rs: thence alor.g th- Mtne end Thi
vest l:ne 5 rarcel No. 27 ... 43* 31' W. 153.« fee* and V
47* US' W. 132« feet to the northwest corner <> wV.i
yn. 27; tl.enc* along the north line cf aald parcel ff?
14 ' D. SUIC feel to the west «hore nnt of £*„,!. "creek
thence a'..ns the same *'<! the west •:•.» of parcel No *
13 V 87* OS W. 153.6 feet and N. 87* If w i«i
leVt.' thence N. "* 4£ 66 3 feet tc th. ci'tr. of th 2
t»'ore mentioned "I " Cr*ic: thence along the cent™
11 :e of eald crwk 4j>d the west line of uareii •?« ••
N 27* NT XV. 81*5 fet. N. «• •«• £* |k? f«^,° .3
£6* or E. 202 » feet to the r.orthwe*t TSn*?*?, \H
fc«fore mention*! parcel No. 28; tierce along th« north
Hre of said parcel I 84* 46' Ii los 7 feet, v «i" ■??«,
m* fee? and V 82* 49' E 334 8 feet .0 the most we,?!
«rl> point of parcel No. 3/; »"-;nce along the westerly
ii.a ScVtherly lines of mlq pu-cel the folloi"^ "ursi.
«r,n a<e*s«K9>: Er'AVSKJFi k-4« feet x *•:',."
IM'6 feet N. 36* «5' E Ml.l feet N. 34* Hl*" ir "81 8
Jrt.. erd 5? 68* 81* B. S4B« fee* ts the west side of »
road Hading from Olive lirldire t<» h oka n then «
«• IV E. 223.2 feet to the *outhwe cornir of Mrcii
JCo «*. thence along the west line of eald parcel v ••
',£cf?.f 4 feet end N. 7I> * SO* E. *" feet to th.^otat
«r place of beginning. " **~ vvuli
Tne fee is to be acquired by The City cf New York !•%
•11 the real e«tat* parcels No*. 1 to 41. Inclusive, ««
tamed In the above description. —•»■. con
Reference Is hereby made to the said map file* a.
«foreaald. In the cfPce of the County Clerk of the County
Of Ulster. lor a morn detailed «e»crl!,tlo B or th« iSI
asutc to be taken in fee. as above described *
m case any property above described Is used for any
tiuViic purpose, such a* a highway, etc.. such use* shall
continue until The City cf New York shall have lenl
tight to take possession of or change th* cam* •*••»
Dated March 4th. HOT.
WIULJAM B. EtJ.lPo«f.
Oorpontloti Ccuiue*.
Ofßee «nil Postofftre n'V!re»» Half of Record*
Corner of cv.a -Tiber* and Cet.tr* *t*.. Dor. of Manhattan.
Surrogates' Notices.
«pOOK. CHARLES T.— In pursuance of an order of
V*. IIo 1; Afcner .C". C " Thomas, a . Surrogate of the count
«f %««• V rk. notice Is hereby given to ail persons having
claims against Charles T. Cook, late of the C'ountv of
3^'ew York, deceased, to present the li!8t , with Touch.™
tlierecf. to the subscribers, at their place of trana
*cilng business, at the office of La ward Dlnion Kird
dumber 401 Fifth Avenue. ' In the Borough of Manhattan'
the. City of New York, on or before the eighteenth day
ot September next. ***'
Dated New York, the first day of March 1807 '
SARAH E. COOK. *
?™\F D
FHLRMAK W. KNEVALK
HAROUi E. COOK. . *
■CCEVALB * PERRY. Executors.
Auorn?ys f..r Shernxan W. Knevals and Harold E CVmV
New^York cit> " SS * U Ftnet. Borough of Manhattan;
FLOYD A: LEAB.Y.
Attompys i<r Sarah E. Cook, Exe^utrti. and tmw.mi
Dlmon liird lixecutor. 25 Broad Street. Boro^*3
Manhattar.. New York City. Jwougn of
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON. FKAVK T
"X Kit.»,en.M a Surrosate of the County of K» ».,I'
notice U hereby glv«. to a.i persons having claim* against
dduell ay. McAl!lst*r. late of th* County of \- e «7* r o si
«lete>«»«-d. to present the came with vouchers 'thereof £
«*•* «übscrtber «t her Mar- of transact^ ™»ii?e^ k?
■a* lath day of la the City cf Hex, York. ÜB Tb,rm
ir* ISih day of April next. o«iore
llatid New York, the let day of October ll< M.
CDAP.LES COLTCMAN ii^ A MCAU^™ ia .
Attorney for rasmlllm executrix.
. . an Nassau st Xew York Cltr.
riN prr.sr a nce ok an cuvit *>•■• <..,v T "
J. rstsaacald. a Surrcgate of the Ceastt* of r ■ *-- -
M.MIM U h<-reby given to all persons listing cuilmsaca^;
TlK,m*s Msr*hall Btewart. art* cf the count? o^New
Jerk, deceased. t» present the same with vouchers thereof
S.: S iay^f^y'^t': «? « Stw »*■ « ' » bis?;
X T. ritigerald a Surrogtte of th. CounV, of
York. notice is hereby given to all persons h-i •
claims against WillUua Slaane. late of^h, T,.*"*''
K«.w York. docea«4. to present the pis: Vlft"^.!
ers thereof to the eubwrtber. at tier piaee «f traSSi"
Ing business, a* the ufflce of ftickn»y. itaclav £^*1~
Burney. Km. 31 Nassau St.. in The City of New t2J'
en or before the fifth day of June. next. ' " l *
Dated New York, the first day of December i»os
MATILDA A. KIX>ANE. Administratrix
STICKNEr. MACLAY A BURNEY. Attorneys fa.
AOmlnlrtrairix. Xt Nrssau St.. Borough at Van.
hattan. New York City. fc °* **"
DOWB. ROnERT.— IN PJ'RPT'ANCE OP AN ORDER
of HON. AUNER C. THOMAS, a SurrogateSf Si
of New York, nortce is hereby gives to all persona
•av.ng 'lalms ocamst ltobe«t I lows, late of the County
-A New York, A' r>-i.r; 5. to present the sama with vouch,
trs thereof to tbr rubs-r.tn.'. .-t her p.ace of transactlug
•he hu*lfH«* of «h« H.ii!f. at the .T.ce of Horace K.
r»emlng. No 15 v:i..aii: Street. In th* City of New York
mi <•» li-.'oi-H th« J.'-tii 'lny < f Augt'ct not.
I»at«.t. New York, thi- IMb day or February. 1607.
J.-VNK P. 00.V.5, Administratrix.
tOBACi: 11. DKiilSa Attorney fcr Adioln!*tratrlx. IS
W!niam Street. Xew York CUT.
Public Notices.
The £ nt V n£rl oM&SfrSSt Railroad Oomnl
aeting by It* Board «f. A~X*:* bo»t<1) contemplates build
!r.'^'S« TKWSSw *• route. described
construct such ta!,i-c*d ™T.peclncatlon. adopted therefor.
I with the d-t» >'t P?"^uStSd»w any one or more of
Su -J: proposals Way ** J 6 "^ w hk .h such railroad consists
: the fifteen aeparate parts of *7£ iU . in th( . city between
: 3! " r ,', Jl Mrtf of the MM road are t*
i sr: saggggg -» s&- and ccc "
pssrtw^-f??ssraj!^ ■«• * Morris
: -'"' t o t>..i«« «t th» northern- end of .Section
Section 4-TV2: °'™,"' " der Greenwich Street and
4-U-l and runs norto!. under ur Chambers Street.
Barclay street lioop. at the northerly and o* Section
4 S^.nd^ur. Sri) 'under West "roadway to * crt
Maws, *^-s«aS£
under hMM I™^*- 'Snder Gr^wM. Avenue to West
Uth Street. It U>« " n c :r iP ani to a polnt about i
half way between »th and it.' «reeU «M * Sect!on |
Section <"° 1: rll erh urlerT U> Av'nue to the southerly
4-H and run?" norther^ ur. ier iiai
I!,-..- of 40th Street, norther'v *n<\ rt Section
»*«•"• , at 4 «>■•>■ I««" rlu?U^ connection extending
hrclns at UM norther y en. : of *£ "^nnn-tlon r.teiHlng
Vest', rear A A r^ n .t° f «h? n -nd of Section
■"^ctTon*. 'he northerly end of Section
IMBR
JR Won. : iSSth A*™.- t. a point .l»»t Ulf «wr I*
tween lMthju.l lrr^Str^e nirlh , rlv end of Section
. ;■.'.• •./••' rr A r « H^S™ northeasterly under Klchth Ave
n-J* a"".!*" £'v™ ir ,-r v , and umler the Harlem River.
" 1 u-id.-r ''privitl proper,,- in the BottMWk of The Bronx
'•it iit'lTr 112! Ptr~t west of Ogden A;onuf. It
Avenue to a point about half way between 104 th and
'^ttoSiuVAA I: Begins at the northerly end of Sec
tion 15-A and run* northerly under and alone Jerome
Avenue to a point about half way between Math fc-treet
■"sertton^S-AB-l: Begin* at the northerly end of Sec
tion 15-AA-1 and runs northerly under Jerome. Avenue to
the joint of Junction of Jerome Avenue with Wood.awn
Head opposite the Woodlawn <*metery. -
t-ectSn. 4-H-l ard 4-H 2 hereafter descried are
alternative* for Section* 4 C. 4 B. 4 o-i 4-O-2. 4-O-3
and 4-A above mentioned. If the sal.l fix last mentioned
liens or any of thorn, are contracted for. S-ectlons
4-H-l and 4 H S will not 1*» included In the contract for
which proposal* are now Invited. «,„..
Section 4-H 1 Beirlns at the northerly end of Section
4-D-2 above I'macrllmrl and runs northerly under Hudson
Street to a point between llth Street and Bank Street,
an.i then under Eighth Avenue to the northerly Hue or Bd
Section 4 H-2: Begin* at the northerly end of Section
*4-i:-l and run* north under Kighth Avenue ana Cen
tral Park West to the point near the intersection of till
Street at which the northerly end of Section 4 A above
described Is located.
TIM React*] plan of construction calls for a railroad
placed In subway or tunnel*. The read Is Intended to be.
operated by electricity or some other power not requiring
combustion within the tunnels, and the motors are In
tended to be capable of moving trains at a speed not less
than forty mile* per hour for lone distances, exclusive of
ptops There will be t"l tracks from the terminal in
Battery Park » » about 196 th Street. There will be two
tracks In the Kaeonib'a Lane I^oi> and two tracks from
l!«»th Sttvet and Eighth Avenue northerly under the
Harlem River and Jerome Avenue.
There will be a single-track loop constituting a r«rt of
Section lit 1 which will S in under Went Broadway at
a i>olnt near Murray and Warren Streets and then pas*
under private property. Greenwich Street and Barclay
Street to a p'-int near th» northwest corner "f West
Broadway and Bareliy Street.
Suitable stations as shown on the detailed plans, to
gether with crossovers, turnout* and sidings as may be
necessary, are also to be provided.
The tracks are to be of standard gnuge. Th» tunnel*
fcj-e to have a height of nit Inns than 13 feet In the
clear: and a maximum width of 15 feet for each track,
except at station*, curves, Ac, v.her» the width may be
lncrta«ed. Tin roof of the tunnels Is generally to be as
near the Fiirface of streets as street conditions and grades
will permit, but will be depressed whenever necessary to
avcld grade crossing? as well as where approaching the
Harlem River. The roof and sides of the tunnels will
be of iron or Mccl and masonry-
Entrances to stations will In general be placed within
private property, rights in which will be acquired for the
purpose.
Construction Is to be generally carried on by mean* of
tunnelling or excavation tinder cover, except as may be
otherwise specially provided In the contract, or In places
where the Board shall give express permission to con-
Kruct by open excavation. In Battery Park. Washington
Square and Central Park, or other places linger the
Jurisdiction of the Department of Parks, all trees in-
J-ired or destroyed in the course of construction are to i.»
replaced by the contractor under the direction and to the
satisfaction of said Department.
The Hoard has included In th» detailed plans for con
struction, provisions for pipe galleries through and along
the principal longitudinal streets except In those portion!
described above as Section 16-A and a part vt Section
4-<>- 1 .
Bids for the construction of the railroad on any one or
more of these Seotlrns must be accompanied by bids for
the construction of the pipe galleries appurtenant to such
section or sections; and If not so accompanied will not b«
considered by the Board. The Board reserves! the right
to accept a bid for th« construction of any section of th«
Railroad and at the came time to reject the accompanying
bid for pipe galleries.
If proposal* satisfactory to the Board are received for
the construction of one or more of the several parts of
the road as above described, the Board may contract (sub
ject to the approval of the Board of Estimate and Ap
portlc-nment as provided by law) for those parts for
■rbtch satisfactory proposals Hr- received, reserving the
right to make a ■epaimte contract or separate contracts
thereafter for the remaining part or parti-.
A fuller description of the, aatd routes ii set forth, and
other requirements, provisions, details and specifications
are stated In the printed form of contract now on file in
the ofAo* of th« Board. No. 320 Broadway. Borough e.f
Manhattan, and In the detailed drawings therein re
ferred to, at which ffnee cor>!*-n of the contract find of
the form of bond and contractor's proposal may be had
I on application. The contract drawings may be Inspected
at the same office The printed form nt contract and th«
detailed drawings are to be deemed a ran of this In
vitation.
The words "the Railroad" wherever used hereafter In
this Invitation are to he. construed t<» mean th» part or
parts included in any contract entered into In pursuance
hereof.
Payments to the contractor for construction will lie
made monthly as the work proceeds, as provided In the
form of contract. V
The work of construction 'Including pipe galleries and
the additional tracks and terminal facilities above men
tioned) Is to be completed 3" noon as practicable, and
within the periods mentioned In the form of contract.
ProposalM may he rubmltted for construction alone; or.
at the option of the bidder, for construction equipment,
maintenance and operation.
In case a satisfactory proposal In received from any
person, linn or corporation to < or.struct. equip, maintain
and operate the Itailroad. the contract will provide for
maintenance and operation for a term of twenty vans,
and for a renewal thereof for a further term of twenty
years from the expiration of the original term, all as
stated In the lorm of contract; th* tractor to pay an
annual rental for the us- of the Railroad which shall be
ascertained as stated in the form of contract and which
rtiall begin as soon as any portion of the Railroad shall
be de tore.l by the Board to be ready for operation.
« ale 4 Mils or proposals wl'l he received at th- »ald
offlri. of th* Board, at No. 320 Bramdwey. Horongh of I
Manhattan Off of . Xew York - until tbe 25 <»« day •' I
April. 1907. at twelve oVloek noon, at which time or '
will be> publicly opened. bf th - ■••' d th^ ppo « w^ s
PropcsßlM shut; be in the form prescribe.! by the. Board
copies of which may '"' obtained at the office of the
Board.
Each proposal must be signed and acknowledged and
also verified by an. affidavit of the bidder (or if it be a
corporation then by an officer thereof) to the effect that
the several matter* therein stated Hie in all respects true.
If the proposal Is made by a firm. It will be Huflirlent If
the proposal in signed and acknowledged, ami the affi
davit sworn to. by one member of the firm.
Each proposal must specify an office within the City of
Tjew l,rk et which notices may b- delivered: and "de
livery of ■ notice at -such office shall be deemed a suf
ficient delivery and notice to the bidder
or cl . pr*>po!B! or bid must contain the name and place
of reslienee of the person or persons making the same,
the BUM of all pemons Interested with him therein, and
tV.r.°< ." l> °"; 1 " ** Bo Interested. It shall distinctly «tate
Mat fact l ?? n * U , the bidder shall be a corporation, there
shall be submit*, d a certified copy „f its certificate of In
coriwatlon, wl -, certificate of the amount of stock paid
in in cash an* t.ie names and business addresses of all
officers ar.d dltoctor* cf the corporation shall be stated:
alsv that It Is made without any connection with any
other person making a proposal or bid for the same r ur-
Kad M,tM. ' '•■Pect. fair and without collusion cr
»«1 ?• «J *Z. * h Jf r n( mm ' mb " " f the board of aldermen.
cter'k Berlin « men th '*"% ° buT <™- —P«t thereof or
m^nii? £ ..JT ther Offlcf ' r of th *' corporation, or any
5 £ —"**?* Of , the BoariS - «- 'nterested. directly
otherwise n or S* ,iT* Ctl:i T PWtK I*««*r. stockholder, or
the «v ,i« -■ „ h ' S* r {°""«" > c „f the Contract, or in
any w.r ,i \ *',Z k °f ■»">*— to whlrt it reUte,. or In "
an> pj>rtlon of the profits th«reof
- ""PH.**— m**r separately In their proi» E the I
as desert tZ £1 h he>^ wul c"c "™ l ™<-* each Separate part
£n*ruTi^lS^]in : " nd th amount for which they will
I a rfr L «•»•'•••. They may however make their
ticnal ur^n f,*h **}** Of th " ***** railroad concji
tional up<*n eith»r th * *"?*¥*"«> or rejection of their
shlifTnTifv 0 ™ ° r mOIy ' Of the other tectl ' i n» which they
shall ■PILlfJ^ or upon the acee..,., n cc or rejection r,f the.r
.^lt7./u ,h " I{ ld r *"«'t Rallrcad construction
submitted by them at the same time.
B.r. 1 \!S 1 T» l J*i* a^ f " r U> * con «™ctlon of each separate
£rfor'n2 n lnclu . ll «» 1 f ' urnl « '' of all material* and the
«^,T^7 **L mU i**?* *»»'slt» to the> complete con
!!^^ ° f ITS " - ln ' :lu<Jln all -ewer and street con
inMd^i"'." 1 7' c<ln tructio » *"<! ether work caused by or
In- ldental to the construction of the same a., set out In
the jroj>c9e<i form of contract.
Kiddfrs wl»o euh lt proposal* to construct ar.d aim to
equip, maintain «nd opemte the Railroad, must specify «ln
their pr. ; po«a:s i;: addition to the matters hereinbefore
contained, the following:
• ..I An estimate of the cost of the equipment cf the
Railroad up.. which the proposal la based. The word
«-qulpm«nt" Include* motor*, car*. machinery power
i' u if"- feoi.ertate upon which any auc-h power i.ou*c*
•h» atand. rails ties, ballast, telephone ana telesraph
appliance*, and other real and personal property as •pccl
f>d It th* form of contract Sik-U equipment Is to re
rax.n th« prorerty of the contractor, but will be subject
to a lien of the City to secure performance hy th- con
tructrr of all me obligation* of the contract. Including
the pas-nient of rental under th* ;ea«a during It* entire
term and during any extension thereof.
-/i? > | The maximum tare tnot to exceed "v« cer,ts.) which
ill be <:ha>-g-.i * single passenger for a continuous rtdo
over the whole or any part of the Railroad
(Q What tran»iK>rtatlon facilities over railway* con-
ni:\t-toi;k daily TrjuuxE. ttksday, aftcil i. ioot.
Public Notices.
nesting or to connect vith the Rapid Transit Railroad the
contractor will assure to the City. specifying separately In
Schedule A forming port or the proposal the connecting
line* over which a continuous trip rhall be assured to pas
sensers for a single fare not exceeding five cents without
change of cars: m Schedule B forming part of the pro
posal the connecting lints over which a continuous trip
stall he assured' to passengers for a single fate not ex
ceeding five cents, but with or without ci.ange of cars nt
the option of the contractor; and. in Schedule C forming
pert of the proposal the connecting lines over which a
continuous trlD shall be assured to ;>assencers with r.r
without change of cars at the option of the contractor, for
fares exceeding live cents per trip but within limitations
ta be specified.
No proposal will be allowed to be withdrawn for any
reason whatever after It shall have been deposited with
the Hoard. • m '
Tiie Board Is not obiSgfr] by tew to accept any of tie
proposals received by it but pin'/ reject all Bach proposals
and roadwtlse. pt may accept any of such proposals is
will In the Judgment of the Board best promote the public
interest and award a contract or contract* accordingly,
subject to aporoval by the Hoard cf estimate and .Ap
portionment a» required by law. If any part or parts of
the road are no: contracted for. the Board reserves th"
rirht to make a separate- contract or separate contracts
thereafter for the remaining part or pnrts.
The award of ttt- contract or contracts (if awarded)
will be made by the Board within fifteen days after the
opening of the proposals. Th* tl.:fr or bidders Who*,
proposal shall be a.- < . lc.l shall in person cr by duly
authorized representative attend at the saM office of the
Board within ten .lays after tbe delivery of • notice by
tie Hoard that the proposal Is accepted pin! that the con
tract I* approved by trm Brarrl of Esttraite and Appor
tionment; and Bud MoVler or bidders shall then deliver n
contract in the form referred to, dalv erecutcd with' Its
execution duly Droved.
At th« time of the delivery of a contract, ;hr contractor
will be required to furnish security to trip City :is follows:
Hi By depositing In rash or approved securities for earn
part of the rond for which th« contract Is made the fol
lowing nmounts. viz:
I'oi Section 4 r» 1 . twenty. five thousand dollars;
for Bectfon 4-t>-2. fifty thousn«d dollars:
for Section 4 C. one hundred thovsand dollars:
for Section 4-H. one hundred thousand dollars;
for Ewtlot! 4-O-1. sixty thousand dollars:
for Section 4-O-2. twenty thousand dfllars;
for Section ' < > .". twenty thousand dollars;
for :!.n ■» A, one hundred thousand dollars:
for Bection 4-AA-l, two hundred thousand dollars;
for Section 4-AA-2. two hundred thousand dollars;
for Section 15-A, sixty thousand dollars;
for Section 15-AA-l, one hundred thousand dollars: ,
for Section I.VAR-I. one hundred thousand dollars;
for Section 4 H 1, two hundred thousand dollars;
for Section t-II I', one hundred und seventy-five thous
and dollars.
If tho contract covers two or more parts of tt v i* road.
the deposit shall he the njrßrigate of tin deposits re
quired in respect of each of the several parts contracted
for.
(2> rty piv'.ng a bc.n-1 in h penalty equal to the amount
of the- deposit as above required. At the option of the
contractor, cash cr approved securities may be deposited
instead of civlng a bond
If securities are deposited for any purpose under this
contract, the-,- must be of the character of securities In
which Snvincs Banks may Invest their fun. is and must be
appron-ed by tho Board Bond* must a* in tne of ihe
forms annexed to the form if contract.
In addition and »« further security to the city, t*n per
cent, of each nnioiuit certified from time to time to be due
to the contractor "viil Le retained until the Railroad is
completed.
E.ich bidder must state In his proposal the names find
places r.f burlnes* of the promised sureties on the bond
proposed to be 'en. and describe any securities pro
posed to be deposited.
Bidders whose proposals are otherwise satisfactory to
the Board may. In case the Hurt-ties or securities named
by thrm are not approved by the. Board; substitute 'n
their proposals the names of new sureties or .1 different
schedule of sedulities approved by the Board: but men
substitution must be made within five days after notice
<■' disapproval by the Board, unless this period is ex
tended by the Board.
In cane of failure or neglect to execute and deliver the
contract or to make the require,* deposit or to execute
nnd deliver the required bond, such bidder or bidder, will,
at the option of the Board, be deemed either to have ma ' •
th« contract ' r to have abandoned th* contract. In the
latter ca«e the Board shall give notice then t'> the «!••
faulting bidder or bidders. And th* Board may then
'.:;•:. proceed to m«ke another contract with such, if un>".
of the original bidders, .as, in the opinion of the Board, It
will bo la Hi- best Interest of the city to contra with.
Of may by new advertisement Invite further proposal. Th*
defaulting bidder 01 bidders shall th«-rtuprn be liable to
th'- City f«r all loss and damage by it I lined, Includ
ing the exec**, If any. of th* eraotint It »ha!l pay nny
other contractor <».. ■-r th* amount of the bid of such de
faulting bidder or bidder* and without abaument by
reason of any Increase of rental which Mich excess may
produce to the City.
Every proposal must when submitted', be enclosed In a
sealed envelop' endorsed "Proposal for Constructing Rapid
Transit Railroad (Seventh Avenue Route, Ac.) Sections
-~ •• and must bo delivered to the B-iard or to its
Secretary; nnd In the presence <>' th* person offering the.
pro;x,sal it will be deposited in a sealed X.x In which all
prop* asls will be deposited. No proreH.-ils will he re
ceive..; 01 deposited unie^s accompanied by a certified
check drawn upon a National or Ftate Pink Or Trust
Company within the Cits' of New York and satisfactory
to the Board payable to the order of the Comptroller of
the City of New York, for nn umount «qu.-il to ten pfT
crr.t. of the dtp •'■' above required to te made up n the
delivery of a contract fjr construction of the Section or
tcctlcns of the prottosed Rapid Transit Rallr.-ad to which
such proprsj.i relate c.
If the Board shall give 11 .tie* to nny Wi'.!er t! Nt his or
its proposal is accepted and th« tract it appro-, • by
the Board of Rstlmat* ani Apportionment, and if th*
bidder bhall fail witUn ten days thereafter or within such
further period If an* 1.11 may '-■ prei ribtd by tha Board.
to eiecute and deliver the) contract and mi' the depontt
In cai!h or securities, and to execite and deliver the bond
with sur't:..-, then this la,-.:'. to Contractors and
proposal accepted is oforejald shall be a contract binding
the bidder to pa- to the City th.- <*an<.itr»« by '.! pustalnrd
by reason of such failure, nnd In su<-h .;•>»■• the bl 1 l<-r
hereby absolutely assigns to th* City th* ownership of tho
check accompanying his or Its proposal as a payment on
account of such damages
Such check null not ; ■■ closed In th» sealed envelop*
containing the proposal bat must be aeparalelj .lr:tv*re<l
to the Board or to It* Secretary, who will give a proper
voucher for the d> ;H>slf.
A!) such deposits mad> by bidders whose i>rnp< pal* shall
not be accepted ty the Hoard wlil I* ■ turn* I to th* per
son or persons maktng th* »ame w!th!n five day. after th*
contract ►*..■<!! be rxecuted nt; ; d«llvere-1 The rt«-pc.«lt ef
the iiucce Udder or bidder* will be returned when
the, contract Is executed and its provisions ns to security
are complltd with.
Tirr: in >.\ni) or ratio transit
It Vll.l!' «Al> COMMISSIONERS FOR
THK CITY OK NEW YORK
rt>
A. E Ortß.
President.
nioN U BURROWS,
Secretary.
■y'SW YORK SUPREME COURT.
i> Ninth ,»:'il-|n' District.
HILL VIEW RESERVOIR.
Section Number I.
NOTICE or APPLICATION FOR THE ; *-pr>I\'TMF.NT
OK COMMISSIONERS OK API'lUi-'AI..
WESTCHEBTEE COUNTT.
Public notlc* is hereby riven that It Is the Intention if
the Corpcrati^n Counsel of the City of New Tork to make
appllcatlcn to the Supreme Court of the State if •.'.•.-.
York for the appointment of r-«mmlf!>lorer< of Appralnal
under Chapter 724 of the Law* of lOOT as amended. Such
application will he made nt a Bpedal Term at the Hu
preme Court to bo held In and for the Ninth Judicial
restrict- at the Court House In the Vlllace of White
Plains. **Ve«tche*ter County. N. V.. on Saturday. May
4th. 1907. at 10 o'clock 'a th* forenoon of that 'lay .r a*
soon thereafter a* Ciun»*l <an be heard The object et
such application •« to obtain an order of the Court ap
pointing three dtslntere«i>-d nni competent freeholder*.
one of whem shall reside In the County of New York n,d
at least one of whom «hall re*ld« In the County where
the res! estate hereinafter described la situated, to a-t ns
commlssionerti of appialul under raid act and dlv. barge
all the ditties conferred by th* said law and the seta
amendatory thereof upon such cunimlsMnner* el ap
praUal. for the purpose of provMlne an oddltl<in'»l mpp!y
Of pure and wholesome water for the City of New > r* >
The real estate ?ourt» to he tnken or affect*,) !• situ
ated In the <»ltv of Yonk*r«, In the County of Westcheater
and State of New York.
The following a a brief description of the rent estate
fought to be taken, a reference to the elite and place of
filing of the map:
/I! -ho-e certain piece, or pnrc»!« nf real estate, situ
ate I In the City of Yonk»rs County of W*»ter>*«ter an.l
Etate cf New York, shown on » map entitled •Touth»rn
Aqueduct IVrartment. Pectlosi No. I. Hoard of \Vnt»r
Supply of Th* City of Now York Map of r»al estate,
situated In the City of Yorkers. County of Westchenter
an 1 Etate of New York, to be acquired by T*e City of
New York under the provisions of Chapter "14 of the
Inws of 1005. as amended for the ccnstructlun of Hl'!
V|e>- Rreervcir. and nppurtenance*. north of M.l. ran
Avenue, between Central Park Avfm;«. and Klmbali Axe
pile," which map was ftl'il Ii the ofnc» of the Roister
of »he County of West*e»ter, at White Plain*, en th»
IRth day Of February. l{>o7. and Is bounded and de
scribed ns follow-:
Beginning at th« southwest corner of rarcel No 1 m
the easterly Iln- of Ontral Park Avenue »mi runiilnr
thence alons the westerly line of sitii p»rcel «nd the
easterly Hn« of *nM Avenue N. 4" '!^rree>i ™7 rntnut** }■'
225.1 feet to the BOOthWeol corner or parrel *-■>■ 2 and
th» westerly line r.f Jerome Avenue: thence a'onir th«
westerly line, cf saM parcel K. 40. necree* 27 minute* K.
7<V feet: thence, on n curve of 100" fee' rneMi!* t., th» l-ft
37 fret to the .vtsterly Hit* of Jeromt ,\v ni« «nd 'th»
most westerly point of pare*! No 8; thence <«tli? continu-
Ipg along the easterly line of Cential Park Avenue und
the westerly lines of parcels Non " anil 11, co a curve of
ions feet radium to the !e*t .T*4 [.»• and N l« decrees 27
miriit. 1-- mi feet to tl. e i;.-rth». e»*. corner of par c N"
6: th*nc* »long the aorthorly line or «aM parcel P »4l
degrees 41 minute* F. 1f.01.7 feef N 4r. itegreen in it»l n •
IttCS E "'' feet »nd S- 44 <le»ree» 41 minutes E. 17.1 feet
to the northeast corner of raid parcel: thence alone ft «
e»ster:y Hie of cam" S. 4.'. dearer., iff rnlßUtes W. )o<i feet
»n the northwest corner of rarcel No. »; thenc* along the
northerly line of said parcel 8. 44 degrees 41 minute* R*
UK feet to * r-oipt In th» westerly line of parcel No .14
thence alonr the «a>d w**(crly 'Ins v *r, ,i» i>M i«» min
utes E. 27"* feet to the centre of Richmond Avenue;
thence alonr the same ;ithl •■]— f">nth line 0' pat eel No'
f-4. N. 44 lifr'f' 41 minutes W. O.« feet to the tvesteilv
line of said parcel No. r>4: tl.»n-- alonp t'.e tarns and th*
wosterlv line of parcel No. M. N. 4% .lerre»» T.i minut»t
V. 31.17 feet t.. the northwest corner of parcel No U
«nd the southerly line of Ci.iit.int Avrue: Irene* a'->n«
the sonthtrty line cf nM AvemiA and the roitlie-lv 11n»«
of parcels Nos. M. 64. r.S. 54 and !S2. s. 44 <|e rI ee< 41
m!nute« K. 12-«) feet to th"» southwest earner nt the be
fore mentioned Coutant Avenue an-< K'rrhj.ll Avenue
thence njonc th» westerly line of KlxttK«ll Avenue snd
wester. v lines of iiorceU N«,^. 52. 49. 4*. *S Si and 4
crossing Richmond "an I Wsre Avenues t!:» 'nllowlng
courses and distances: S. 4" rte~reeb 1!) minutes W 1 •>•! •
feet. F. 3S degrees L'S r-.tr-ute* W. 12 r . J. f< et S. '"> "le^
irrees T*f* minutes W. 64.1 feet, F. 2.', degrees' minute*
W. 11*2 8 feet. F. 42 rlejtrees 1« minutes TV Sin f, feet B
24 degrees 12 minutts W. CO 1 feet, S. 2n iVrrr—' 44
minutes W. 400.*: feet, S. 17 i'e«rei « sir minutes TV. 3(M 1
feet and ?. 18 decrees 33 minute* W. }'.'•.> feet to the
southeast corner of parcel \u. J ; th«nce r.n.r.g the »./tnh
eriv line of paid par»»l th<* foliT\inir coorve* unit <•.!,_
tsnees: N. 71 degrees 27 minutes V.'. 4(70 feet. N 35 de
grees 3S mln\it. W. 2>i'ii feet and ?. '<'■ degree* 41 min
ute* W. 2«S 2 feet to th« «.■>,:•']«•.-.■'• corner of panel >{„ 3
thence ajon - tbe southerly '!"•• of said pare»l F. 71 "Q" Qe I
rtf 41 minutes W. 05.8 feet to the «iuttu apt corner of
parcel No. 2 in -lie easterly line of Jerome Avenue
thence «ro«sing the wild Avenue. «nd running along the
southerly !ln-s Hf said oarcel No. 2 «nd naroi! No 1 N
49 .legreeM .in minute* W. 407.9 feet to the point or place
of brKtnnlns.
The fee Is to »• acquired tv The City of New York In
all the real estate parcels Ncs. 1 to 50 Inclusive. «,n
ta'neU In the above description.
Reference is hereby made to the satd map. filed «•
afo.-efalrt. In the office of the 'lecturer of the Countr e»
We.tchester. for a more detailed description of th* real
estate to be taken In fee. as above describe..!. - .
Dated March lit:., 1907.
WILLJAM B. ELLISON.
"Jil Corporation Co-ju**!.
Office and Post Office Addreas:
Hall of Records.
Comer of Chamber* and Centre Streets. '-
Borough of Manhattan.
N*w York City. "- < ><,'V'C
ADVJERTIBSif AND BUBSCRIITION3 for Th*
fX Tribune received at their Uptown Office. No. Nt«
Broadway, between Z«th and 37th eta., until » o'clock
p. m. Advertisements received at the following branch
office* at regular ofllc* rates until * o'clock p. m . vis, •
114 ii h-*h -*"#" # - •• •• cor M «* *«•: t»» 6th aye.. cor. 18th
St.: tt Kaat 14th St.: 257 West «d at., between 7ta U 4
tth ay.i.; Ml west i:ita »•„; Hit »<s »t*. m 4
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TNmTATION TO CONTRACTORS— I^XINGTOX AYE-
U 'city U c)f New York (hereinafter, called the City).
acting by its Board of Rapid Transit Uallroad rommls- :
sioner* (hereinafter called the Board), contemplates bulld
in* a Rapid Transit Railroad along the routes deocrlbed
beiow By this advertisement the City invite* proposals!
to construct such railroad upon the routes and l in ac- ,
cordance with thp detallca Plans and spec atio^
ailoptert therefor, Such proposals may be submitted for
any on. or mere of tks eleven separate parts of which
such railroad consists, as hereinafter stated. ,
The point* within the City between which the said *ev
eral' pits of the c«id road are to run and the route or
routes to bo followed, are briefly as follows: _„_,w-*
Section &-<">-::: This part of Section ..-C> a-, described
In the routes and general p!an. begins at I^xli'-Fton *J*
"ue an.l V.'lth Street and runs southerly under Lexington
Av-nue to a >"..>: a!.. OB feet north of HM *;««•
Section To-O-3: Coglns a» the southerly end of Section
'..>:; and run* sootborll under Lexington Avenue to a
point 'about BO feet north of 71»t Street.
Mellon B-O-l: Begins at the southerly end of Section
5-O-:: and runs »outher,y under l^esington Avenue to a
point between 42nd ana «rd Streets, the southerly end
of Section 6-0 as .:.r..rit«e*l In the routes ami general
''Action 5 A: Begins lit the southerly end of Section
5-O m described In the routes «e.:cra: p.an and . rana
thtnee under private property. 42nJ Street Mdprrgto
property agsJn to a point in Park Avenue between BMh
and 41st Street!., at which a Jurctlcn can conveniently be
made with the exlstii.K subway.* c,.tirm
Section .Ml: Begin* nt the northerly end of ect '" n ,
.'.-0 above dcscilb-.l and runs thence northerly under the
Harlem River to th» Uorough of the Bronx, where it ,
continuei under Third Avenue an.l Morris Avenue and
then curves under private property to a point to 14Jta
Street between Morris Avenue and Cort!andt A\enue. at
which a Junction can conveniently be jnaUe with mo
SfsST^Cvf: Thl 9 part of Section 5-<- as described in
t^ rmtes and general" plan, begins at the northerly end
of „ B-O abuv* described, and runs thence northerly
under Lex nstcn Avenue and the Hnrl m River to the
Iloniugh of the Bronx, and then continues under Park
n;c i , i ,i,; r>^ i : ss TT r h,v > P3rt sTs^
Avenue ard K4t i Street.
Bection 6-C-3: This part of Section .V C consists of a
loop be £ lnnlng fn the liorocgh of the nn r .r.« a point
In Park Avent:e between l;>lst ard l».Jnd Streets, and
runs thence northwesterly and westerly under private
property and connects with tie -iui- section R-C-- above
described near the point where th* centre line of said
f spur would Intersect l.*.ist str»t If produced.
section 6-D-S: This -.-art of Section 5-D as described in
the routes and reueral plan, begins at the southerly end
of -Vction S-O above described in Lexington Avenue be
tween ; nd and 43r.l Streets and runs thence southerly
under Lexington Avenue to a total about ha If way be
tween Sflth and 37th Strets. at whi.i, point the tracks
will diverge Into two branch**. One of these branches
wi:i curve southwesterly under private property to .«.tn
Street and then run westerly under :«Jth Street, curving
southerly Into Fifth Avenue, are! then under Fifth Ave
nue to a point where It will be rejoined by th» second
branch diverging as above stated. The second branch
will run fr-.m the said point of divergence southerly and
westerly under Lexington Avenue and n.Mh Street to
Fifth Avenue, where it will rejoin the branch first above
described at a point between 34th and •■'•"•th Streets. From
the last mentioned point, th» route of this Section will
run southerly under Fifth Avenue along Madison Square
and Into Broadway; thenoe southerly under Broadway to
a roli'.t about I alt' way between ITtn and ISth .Streets.
Section &-D-2: Begins at the- southerly end of Bectten
3-l>-3 and runs southerly under Broadway (passing under
Union Square) to .' point about 50 feet north of r.eade
Btreet.
Section 6-D-l: Begins fit the southerly end of Section
6-r>2 and runs thence southerly under Broadway, Veaay
Street. Church Street. Trinity Place nn.i Greenwich
Street to a suitable terminus under Battery Park.
The general plan of construction calls for a railroad
placed in subways or tunnel*. The road Is Intended to be
operated by electricity or gome other power not requiring
combustion within the. taUMMia, and tho motors are in
ten,;. .1 to be capable of moving trains at a speed of not
less than forty n»i:es per how for long distances, ex
clusive of stops.
For nil of Sections S <> 1, 5-O '-'. fl-O-3 an.l !»-A there
will be four tracks. Ft>r Section f>-n there will be two
tratl:!.. For Section S-C-l and Section ft-(*-2 there will
bo two tracks. In the loop above described as Section
:. i 1i 1 ;t there will lie ore track. For Section ."» t>-3 -there
will be four tracks as far suuth as the point between
Roth and :i7tb Streets, where the line diverges as above
.•ciHribf-ti; there will be two tracks frrm the point of
divergence through 'li'itii Street and Fifth Avenue to the
point wfcer* the lines reunite, and two tracks from the
point of divergence through Lexington Avenue and 35th
.°tr«>ct to the point In Fifth Avenue where the lines re
in It.-, and for the remainder Of the distance southerly
under Fifth Annue m.l Broadway there will be four
track*. Kor Section .Vl>-:: there will be four tracks.
For Section r> I> 1 tl:ere will b« four tracks to the
Chambers Street station. South of the chambers Street
stallnn southerly under Broadway. Vesey Street, Trinity
Place and Oreonwlch street ther« will be two tracks.
A<l'!lllnna! tracks for terminal purposes are to be con
structed uii<>r Battery Place and Battery Park. Suitable
statl-ins. as shown on the plan* together with cross
overs, turnouts, and sidings as may be necessary, are to
be : roVlded
Tt «■ tracks are to be of ataadard gauge. The tunnels
are to have a height Of not lea* than 13 feet in the
clesr. and a maximum width oi IB :• ■ ' for each track,
exc.-pt at stations, curve*. &c. where the width may be.
Incressed. Tlje rcof of the tunnels Is generally tv» be
a < near the surface of streets as .-tree? condition* and
grade* will permit, but will be depre»s<M whenever a*C
e»»ary to avoid grade crossii.g* as well as where ap
prcachlng the Harlem River. The roof an.l sides of the
tunnels will be of Iron or •'tee! anJ masonry.
Entrances to stations will In general be placed withrn
private proporty, rights In which will be acquired for the
purpose.
Construction Is to be Bjscotally carried on by means of
tunnelling or excavation under cover, except a* may be
otherwise loorlall] provided in the contract, or In places
where the Board shall give upreaa permission to con
struct by op«n excavation. In the City Hall Park. Bat
tory Park or other places under the Jurisdiction of the
Department of V"ark« all tree* injured or destroyed In
the tounm of construction ar» to be replace-! by the con
tractor Sjnder the direction a. d to the satisfaction of
said I'epartrr.rnt.
The Hoard lias Included In the detailed plans f^r eoa
rtructten, rlslnm for pipe gallerl»« through and al'T.g
the principal longitudinal streets of all portion* of th«
rout* except Section! 8-A and B•" :i Bms for the con
«t met lon of the Rnllp>a.l on any one of more of these
Actions most be ai-compar.led by bid* for the construc
tion of th* pipe galleries appurtenant t.> such section or
MCttoaii an.l If not st» ucroin'^inled will not be COBSid
er.- i by th* Boarl. Th* Board reserves the right to ac
cept a blil f.*r the construct lon of anr »••■ "in of II ••
Railroad nm! a! the same tlmo to reject the accompanying
bid fur pipe galleries.
The Board las a!s. kdwded In the detailed plans for
cor*tni< tlon. provlalons for third tra.-ks ii 3.lth and 3Hth
Streets; nnd for two a<l.llt|irnl tracks under Oreenwlch
Str««-t. Battery Place and Batter) Park south of Morris
Kfri'rt. -in. I additional station aril terminal facilities in
Battery I'ark. Such artdition.il tracks an.t facUlthM 'are
ir.ten.lcl ulilmatelv to form part .if i.thor railway*, here
tofore 'lulv authorised un.l approved. ItM* for the <■■ n
Btructlon of Sections 5-I>-3 .in.i r. i> l must be accom
panied by M-j.arate M<!» for the construction of gu<-h
u'idltlonul tracks at:d statlo-i an-l terminal facilities; and
If not bo accompanied will not be considered by the
Board.
If rt"posals satisfactory to the Board nr- received fot
the < on*tructlnn of on* or n»>re of the neveral parts of
th« rou.l as above deacrtbtd, th* Board may contract
(subject 10 th* approval of the Beard of Estimate an i
Apportionment «>i provided by law) for those parts for
which satisfactory proposals nre reo-lvei. reserving the
rlfr'it to roska h separate contract or reparato contracts
thereafter f',r the remaining part or parts.
A fuller dem-rtption of the said I wtea Is set forth. an,i
other requirements, provisions, details anil spactfleattona
ait; stated In the prttitt-d form of contract n< « on tie In
the r!n<-« of the Board, N'>. 820 Broadway. Borough of
Manhattan, »'"' li the .1.-i tl!.-.! rawing* therein ro
ferre.! ti>. at whlrh »'fllce euplei of the contract and of
the form of bond «nd contractor's proposal may ! •■ bad
on application. The contract drawings may b«- inspected
at the same ■■".• ■■ The prlntnj form of ror.tract and
the <i»(:ii>; drawings at* to be •— ii»-il a part of tills
Invitation.
Tlie words "th* Railroad" wherever aaad hereafter in
this Invitation are to 1m« rotistrued to ntim the part or
inns Included in any contract entered int.. In pursuan-'e
hereof.
Payments to the contractor fr.r construction will I*
made monthly as th* work prcceeds, as provided In the
form of contract.
T.h- worb of coristructlon lading pipe nul'erles and
RiMltional tracks ond terminal facilities above mentioned)
in to i"- completed a* ■■ n 11* | ractlcitble, an.l within the
period* me :tli ned in the form if contrncl.
Prcposat* may be submitted for construction a'.me. or.
at th. option of the bidder, for construction, equipment,
maintenance and operation.
In. case a satisfactory proposal I* received from an
parson, nrr.» or corporation to construct, .quip, rmtauun
ami operate the Railroad, the contract will provide for
malntenan and operation for a term of twenty years,
and for H renewal there f for a further term of twenty
yean from the «xplratton of the original term, all as
state 1 In the form of contract, the contractor to pay an
annual rtntal for the use .f the. Railroad which shall b*
a»certalt..'J a» stated In the form of „ :.tra.t and which
shall In-Kin as toon n.» an- portion i ( the Railroad shall
be drclitf.l by the |ti>ar t | to be read; for operation •
Seulnl •>!'!•» or prupo<:tt» will In- received nt the laid
office «f t)if i;.iar>l. rt No. H'-'O Itrondivuv. llurough of
Manhattan. < lt> of New York, until th» 33tb «lav of
April. I'M', nt twelve o'clock noon, at which time or
at 11 later <l:-le t» hi- llvi-il kg the 11. .unl tln> prouttnnis
will be |H!i)ll«*ly «;iciu«il.
froposaU* shall b« In the form prescribed by the Board
eople* of which may be obtained at th* office of the
board.
Bad proposal must be signed r.ml aokaowtod* onj
also verilli-rl by an affidavit of the biddor 11 r If it !»• a
corporation, then by an .nicer thereof) 10 the effect that
the several i:ißtters therein stated are In all respects true
if the proposal is mad* by a arm. it will be sufficient If
the propo'a! is sifrned anil aeknowlodasd and the affidavit
■worn to by in- member cf th* firm.
Raeh propr*al must specify un efnee within the «"lty
of New York at which notice* may be deltveird ami d*>
livery of a notice at such offlre shall be deemed a suit)
cleat delivery an.i notice to the bidder.
I'ach proposal cr bid must contain the name ana pace
of . •-!■■:• Me of the person or pi-isms making the same
the name* of all prisons interested with him therein an.i
1 If no other person br so Interested. It shall distinctly
; state that fact; and. if the bidder shall be a corporation
■ there shall If sabtnitttd a certified copy of its certificate
of incorporation, with a certificate of - the amount of
Stock paid in liy cash, , and the names and business ad-
I dresses of all officers and director* of the corporation
; shall bo stated: also, that it l« mad* without any con-
Dec t ion with any other person making a proposal "or hid
for the same purpose and Is in all respects fair and with
out collusion >t fraud, and that no member of the board
of aldermen, head of department, chief of bureau, dep
uty thereof or clerk therein, or other officer of the cor
ro.utl'.'ii, or any Rombsr of employe of the Board is In
terested, directly or lnJirect >. as contracting part] part
ner, stockholder, . r otherwise in or in the performance
of the Contract, of In the hupp I.v. work or l>u»iiie» to
which It relates, or In any portion of th* profits thereof
Bidders shall specify separately In their proposals tha
amounts for which, they will construct each wnaraf,'*
part as described above; th* amounts for which they will
construct pipe gal!eri.-s. and the amounts for which they
will construct the addiilonal tracks, and station and ter
minal facilities above mentioned If they bill on Section*
i B-I>-1 or &-D-3. They may. however, make their bid
; for any one section of this proposed railroad conditional
upon either the acceptance or rejection of their bid tor
any one or more of the other sections which they shall
specify, or upon the acceptance Of rejection of t>ielr bill
' for any other Rapt! Transit Railroad construction tub
: muted by them nt tb* same time. ■
1 The price Mated for the construction of each sen* me
1 part shall Include the furnishing of all nmertals and th*
performance of all labor requisite to the complete con
struction of such r-art. Including all sewer and street
construction and reconstruction - an.l other work cauilet
by or Incidental to the construction of the same as set
out in tbo propesed form of contract.
Bidders who submit proposals to construct and also ««
equip, maintain an.i operate the Railroad must sMrirv
in their proposals. In addition to the matters bertlnberora
contained, the following: n«reincorero
<A> An estimate of the cost of th* equipment of tho
• ..... i.
•This Section will not be contracted for at prase- t if ■
contract for Section &-V-3 la Mb. " rreaeat if a
Public Notices.
Railroad upon which the proposal to based. The word
"equipment" include* motor*, car*, machinery, power
houses, all real estate upon which any such power houses
shall stand, rails, ties, ballast, telephone and telegraph
appliances and other rear and personal property aa spec.
fied in the form of contract. Sue!* equipment I* to re
main th* property of the contractor, but will be subject
to a Men of the City to secure performance by th* coi.
tractor of all th* obligations of the contract. Including
the payment of rental under the lease during it* entire
term and during any extension thereof.
«D) The maximum fare mot to exceed fire cents) wnicr
will be> charged a single passenger for a continuous rnJo
over the whole or any part of- the Railroad.
(C) What transportation facilities over railways con
necting or to connect with the Rapid Transit Railroad
the contractor will assure to the City, specifying sep
arately in Schedule A. forming part of tte proposal, the
connecting lines over' which a continuous trip shall bo
assured to passengers for a single fare, cot exceeding
five cents, without change of cars: In* Schedule B. .form-
Ing part of the proposal, the connecting lines over which
a continuous trip shall be assured to passengers for a
single fare, not exceedlnc live cents, but with, or without
change of car?, at the option of the contractor: and in
Schedule C. forming part of the propoeal. the connecting
lines over which a continuous trip shall be • assured to
passengers, with or without change of cars, at the option
of the contractor, for fares exceeding tiva cents per trip,
but within limitations to be specified.
No proposal will be allowed to be withdrawn for any
reason whatever after it shall have teen deposited with
the Board. ..
The Board is rot obliged by law to accept any of the
proposals received by It. but may reject all such pro
posals and readvertlse. or may accept any of such pro
posals as will In the Judgment of the Board best promote
the public interest and award a contract or contracts
accordingly, subject to approval by the Board of Esti
mate and" Apportionment, as required by law. If any
part or parts of the road are not contracted for. th*
Board reserves the right to make a separate contract or
separate contracts thereafter for the remaining; part or
parts.
The award of the contract or contracts (If awarded*
will be made by the Board within fifteen days aft the
opening of the proposals. The bidder or bidders whose
proposal shall be accepted shall In person or by duly
authorised representative attend at the said office of the
Board within ten days after the delivery of a notice by
the Board that the proposal Is accepted and that the
contract Is approved by the Board of Estimate and Ap
portionment; and such bidder or Udders shall then de
liver a contract In th« form referred to. duly executed,
with It* execution duly proved.
At the time of the delivery of a contract the con
tractor will be required to furnish security to th* City
aa follows:
(1) By depositing In cash or approved securities for
each part of the road for which the contract is rmdo
the following amounts, viz.:
For Section 5-O-1. one hundred and twenty-five thou
sand dollars;
for Section 5-O-2. one hundred and twenty-five thou
sand dollars;
for Section 5-O-3. one hundred and twenty-five thou
san.i dollars;
for Section 6-A. twenty-five 1 thousand dollar*:
for Section o-B. one hundred ar.d fifty thousand dollars;
for Section ft-C-1. one hundred thousand dollars;
for Section 6-C-2. fifty thousand dollars;
for Section 5-C-3, five thousand dollars:
for Section 5-D-l. one hundred and fifty thousand dol
for Section 5-D-2. one hundred and fifty thousand dol
for Section 6-r>3, one hundred and. fifty thousand dol
lars.
If the contract covers two or more parts cf the road,
the deposit shall be the. aggregate of the deposits re
quired in respect of each of the several parts contracted
for. o
<2> By giving a bond In a penalty equal to the amount
of the deposit, as above required. At the option of the
contractor, cash, or approved securities may bo tit-posited
Instead of giving a bond.
If securities are deposited for any purpose under this
contract, they must be of the character of securities in
which Savings Banks may Invest thctr lands an.l must
ie approved by the Board. Panda must be in, one of the
forms annexed to the form of contract.
In addition, and as further security to the City, ten
per cent, of each amount certified from time to l.m« U
be due to the contractor will be> retained until Bat I:u;l
road is completed.
Each bidder must state- In his proposal the names ani
places of business of the proposed sureties on the bond
proposed to be given, and describe any securities i>io
aosed to be deposited. *
Bidders whose proposals are otherwise satisfactory to
the Board may In case the sureties or securities name-,1
by them are not approved by the Board, substitute In
their proposal* the names of new sureties or a dlH*r*nt
schedule of securities approved by th- Board: but sucn
substitution must be male within five days after notice
of dlaappruval by the Hoard. unless this period 13 ex
tended by the Board.
In case of failure or neglect to execute and deliver the
contract or to make the require 1 d*po»lt or to execute
and deliver the required bund, such bidder or bidders
will at the option of the Board, be deen»-il either to have
mad* the contract or to have abar..'.. ne.l the contract.
In the latter case the Board shall give notice thereof M
the defaulting bidder or bidder*. An.', the Board may
thereupon proceed to make another contract with such, if
any of the original bidders, as. In the opinion of the
Board, it will be to the best Interest of the City to con
tract with. ..- may by new advertisement Invite further
proposals. The defaulting bidder or bidders shall there
upon be liable to the City for all loss and damage by it
sustained Including the excess, if any. of th« amount it
■hall pay any other contractor over the amount of the bl.l
of such defaulting bidder or bidders, and without abate
ment by reason of any Increase of rental which such ex
cess may produce to the City. '.. - , . .
Every proposal must, when submitted, be enclosed in
a sealed envelope endorsed "Proposal for Constructing
Rapid Transit Railroad (Lexington Avenue Route) Ac
tion, ,•• and must be delivered to the Board or to Its
secretary; and In the presence of the person offering the
proposal It will be deposited In a sealed boa. In which all
proposals will be deposited. No proposals will be re
ceived or deposited unless accompanied by a certine*!
check drawn upon a National or State Bank or Trust
Company within la* City of New York and satisfactory
to -.- Hoard, payable to the order of the Comptroller or
the City of New York, for an amount equal to «ii» ptr
emt of the deposit above required to be made upon the
delivery of a contract for construction of the section or
Sections of th* proposed Rapid Transit Railroad to which
such proposal relates.
If the Board shall give notice to any bidder that at* or
Its proposal 1* accepted ar.d the contract Is approved by
the Board of Estimate and Apportionment, and if trie
bidder shall fail within ten day*, thereafter or within
such further period. If any. as may b« prescribed by th*
Board 10 execute and deliver the contract and ma the
deposit, in cash or securities, and to execute an.l deliver
the bond with sureties, then this Invitation to Contxactors
a-.d proposal, accepted as aforesaid, shall be a contract
binding the bidder to pay to the City the damages by it
sustained by reason of such failure, and in such case
the bidder hereby absolutely assigns to the City the own
ership of the ch-ck accompanying his or Its proposal as a
tiavment on account of such damages.
Smh check must not be enclosed in the seated envelope
containing the proposal, but must be separately deliv
ered to the Board or t.. Us Secretary, who will give a
prorer voucher for the deposit. •
All such d»po*lt* made by bidders whose proposals
shall not be accepted by the Board will be returned to
the i*r*on nr persons making the same within five days
„,. the contract shall be executed and delivered. The
deposit of th. successful bidder or bidders win be re
turned when the contract Is executed and its provisions
a* to security :ire complied with.
THE BOARD OF RJII-ID TRANSIT RAILROAD COM
MIB«OXER9 FOP. THE CITY OF NEW V
Hy .\ B. ORR. Tresldent.
Bion I- Burrows. Secretary.
Proposals.
I PROPOSALS X.IP. MIS' i:i. I. AN ;■:< RAILWAY SUP
piVs: office uf Assistant I*urcbaslnß Agt-nt. ranama
Rail Roal Corrpat:y. 24 I* Street, New York. Marcs 29.
IW! ?»■■■»><! propeeala wtil he receive. I at this OW* until
2 p. m. Auri! S. 1W»«. fnr furnishing the above mention^
article*.' Blanks ani full Information may be obtained at
this office. ALFRED ANUKHSON.- Asrdatam I"urchaslni
Agent.
I"»ROPOS\LS FOR SADDLE BLXNKETS.— Rock Islard
X Arsenal. 111.. March M. XSt>7.— 3eal*it proposals, la
triplicate, will be received by the un.ierslciieif until 3
oviock P. M.. TuosUay. April 3'»'h. 11K»T. for furni^hine
B.tVjit sX'WIe blankets. 5 pound* each. olive i!rab. Full
sreciflcatinns. with form o* bid. car be had upon appli
cation. S. K. itl.fNT. Colonel, ©rd. Dept. V. S. A..
fcinmandlr-s- ,
/"lO\ERXOR'S .'SLAND. N. T. H.. MARCH 4. 1907.—
Sealed: proposals, tn N. Y. H.. for furnishing
I Bsai* I pt i- sabj la triplicate, for furnishtna Kuei.
Forage an I ft raw. and Mineral Oil, reunited in Dept. cf
the Kast. during year ending June .'i", U'««». will be re
reived here until 10 A. M.. April 3. I'JO7. I', a reserves
right 10 ret.. I ct accept any or all proposals or any part
thereof Information furnished on application. Envelopes
containing proposal* will tie endorsed ••Proposals for Fuel.
Forage .in.i Straw, or.d Mineral Oil. at - — -" JOHN W.
I .'.MAX. A. Q. M. C.
PROPOSAXJB for completion of post H>»SPI-
I TAI-- FORT WOOD. N. Y. 11 . March 21. I!K>7.—
c ea>ed proposals. In triplicate, for furnishing material
«n<l iHbor tor i-ompl.-tlon of hospital at this post, will bo
received here until 11:30 a in. April i. laOT. The I". S.
reserves th. right I" reject any ef all bids Information
furnished on application. Km •>■:• containing: proposals
should 1» indorse! "rrc-i>.> a! for Completion of I". »t
Hu«»ital." O. <■* RI'RNELL. Constg. <Jr. Mr.
DKI'ARTMICXT OF TUB INTERIOR. OFFICE OF
SUPERINTENDENT, V. >. CAPITOL r.III.I'IN.J
AND OROVNUB, Washington. D. C. stai Sb'. l'JU'. —
Sailed proposals will be r**.'ei\e.t and rpenfd at the above
office at 12 o'clock noon. on Wednesday. April 10th. 1907.
fur furnishing and InstalllnK in the I. B.. Capitol BtUtd-
Ing eight >>•' sets of Re "Giving Doors. circular letter nf
i..,iiir.-m. Nts fi-rnishiil on ill I ■>!•• iii.n The right la re
served to reject »ny or all M ts. ami to waive any techni
ealit> or informality in an* bid. ELLIOTT WOOD*.
srlat'odeni L*. S. rii- it •: BuUdlc* and tuivls.
Approved: JAMES Rlt-'I.l II « It '-'IKI-IV sSecretary.
CJEALED FROrORAXS. In duplicate, will he received at
O th« office of the «\>mm!ssionrr of Immigration. Ellis
inland. N. Y. 11..' until 2:3»» p. m.. W*dn— day. April 1»>.
1'.«1>7. and otened loinxKitately thereafter for a!! labor
and r,.:ili rial., require*! to make certain changes In par
tlt:cii wallb. ili-f>:-.ti.i an.) asda of dorasltori** at the Ci -
Us Island Imnvicran: Station. Partli-ulars us to limtta
iluna ami cotv'iltimis giivcmlns bhW*ra may bo obtained
from-ROnErtT WATCtIOKN. Ooimaissioncr.
SEALED PROPOSALS V.i 1.1. BE RECEIVED AT
th* office of the l.lsht-Ilouse Engineer. Tnmpklnn-
Mile. K. V.. until I orlu,K »• XI. Apr. --'. IWT. and
then opened, for raising West Bank l!ilit-liou»>. Lower
Bay. New York, In arc ir. lame lili specification!*,
copies of which, with I ■ <i.W pro****!* ami other in
formation, tr.ay be hail upon application to the uaiVr-
Klsnev!. The right Is ici-ivt-.i to leject any or all bi.i*
and 10 waive any defeats. CHA& L. POTTER. Major.
Corps of Engineers. V. S. A.. Engineer Third Ltght-
Iluusr- District.
Y^TEST POINT. X. V.. APRIL. 2. »907 - SEALED PKO
»» lv.sals. In triplicate, will oe received here until
\2 o'clock, noon.- April "2. I!M>7. far supplying Struct
ural 8t«el ana Iron Stairs for present Cadet Barrack.3.
nit per drawings u:i.l specltlcations In this office. Th*
rni:<-il State* reserves tho right to accept or reject
any or all proposals, or any part thereof. Forms far
proposals furnished upon application. Address Quar
termaster. West Point. N. Y.
XT S. CUSTOM HOCSE. NEW YORK. APRH.J. l«07
• — 3KAUEU PROPOaAI-a wlll*b« received .it this
tiMildlncr until 2 o'clock p. m.. Friday .April 13. 1907. for
furnishing gas. water, miscellaneous supplies, washing
towela. hauling ashes, an.i sprinkling streets for this
building during the fiscal year ending June 3i'>. 1003. or
such portion of th* year as may be deemed advisable. Ta»
right to reject any and all bids la reserved by tho Treas
ury Deportment. . :.-, . ■■> N. N. STRANAHAN.
" Custodian.
IT S. BARGE OFFICE. NEW YORK. APRIU 1. I<W*.
• — «EAUED PROPOSALS will he received at this
building until 2 o'clock p. m.. Friday. April IS. 1907. for
furnishing lights, water, miscellaneous supplies, wasMog
towels, hauling ashes, and sprinkling streets for this
but 1.1.:!* until 2 o'clock p. m.. Friday. April 12. ISO?. far
such portion of the year as nuy be deemed advisable. Th*
right to reject any and all bids la reserved by the Tisas
•■- -.- -ecu . N. K. aTRANAHAN.
Public Notice*
CITY or SEW tork. *^«-
BOARD OP ESTIiIATH AND APPORTION m-„
Public notice is hereby given that at a me* "■'■, ■
the Board of Estimate and Apportionment, he I 11
day. March IX 1307. th* following petiUsai I "
C*Ked; . . *. •*■■■'
ALTERATIONS.
To the Honorable the board of Estimate a- * " '
tionment of the City of New Tork: A3 »'-
Th* petition of tho' New York City- la'erSr,
Railway Company respectfully show;: vo -*«
First — Your petitioner is a street sorfaoa -v
corporation duly organized and existing under ■ I »"* >
of the- State of New York, and has duly 'rr .'.!• *'
filed, pursuant to Section 13 of the Railroad £ l3t
survey, map and certificate of alteration* at eh^T" l
•f the route of Its road herein proposed. " <~*
Second — Your petitioner desires to o*ta!i •-„
City of New York and hereby respectfully annS t!l '
Its consent la and a srant of the franchise. 1 :: ° r
to use certain streets, roads, avenues, hip* **'■
public grounds within or belonging to the city I '•
York for the construction and operation In ani* I
the surface thereof of a double- or single track «, D[MM|
railroad (Including necessary connections, **an^B*sK
stdmgs. turnouts.' turntables, crossovers aad^ssßßßsssS
stands or other structures necessary for the aern^ 43 <
dation and operation of said railroad by the aassßßßsssl
or other system of electricity or other mottwa^ssßßßsl
which may be lawfully used upon th* sais*> v"
terations or changes of the route of its exists ■ **"
for public use and conveyance of persons and^SasnassP
for comp»»nsatfon. . * r ""r;y
Third — following la a description *f aw a
certain streets, roads, avenues, highways. drlv*-s»t *'
public ground within or belonging to the City v' "-
York. in. through, upon anc along which yoo r „*T
tinner desires to make such proposed alt*fnt*sssi
changes in its route, to wit: •**-» cp
First Change. Beginning at th* Intersect***
Kingsbridge Road with Sedgwlclc avenue ataiTni«
route No. 3. as described in the certificate of *»■*■•?
ration of the said New York City InterborouaS^LV
way Company, and extending thence northerly an
along Se.lt,wtclc avenue to its intersection with Rft
volr avenue; the said route as it winds and nm
crosses the following highways, avenues, streetk imT
lie places, etc : Kingsbridge Road. Sedgwiek "iisssm
East ■T-'Otrt street and Reservoir avenue. Tka^aaw
route to be in the place and stead of that portsm^S
route No. 1 which is described in the certificate
corporation as extending from the interseettoa' if
Kingst.ridge Road and Reservoir avenue, theaee i"--'
erly on and alons Reservoir avenue to 9*dawMaa
nue. * *■
Second Change. Beginning a* a point In roat* ski
-. as described In the certificate of Incorporation 5
the said New York City Interborough Railway **— -
pany. at tlio intersection of Tiemont avenue and gilt
avenue, and extending thence easterly on and as***
Tremont avenue to the Intersection of Tremont asassav
Webster avenue. East 17uth street. Carter aveaaa^nw
Burnside avenue; thence in a northerly direction ill
anil alons Webster avenue (petitioner to use the nil
and route of the Union Railway Company on Wakass*
aver.ue: to the Intersection of Webster avenus TiW
East ISOth street- the said route as it winds and ran*)
crosses the following highways avenues, streets laV
lie places* etc.: Tremont avenue. East 170 th streak
Carter avenue. Webster avenue. East 177t1» stssal
East 178 th street. East 17l>th street and East I*s
street. The said ronte to be in the place and st***)*)
that portion of petitioner's route described in p*ja>
tioner'a certiflcate of incorporation as extending nwa
the Intersection of Tremont avenue with Rye; arcs**,
there* northerly on and along Ryer avenue to Baal
isoir. street; thence southeasterly on and along asst
ISOir. street .to Webster avenue: also tn place »*■
stead of the? altered or changed route tescrtbed [{
th« certificate of change of routn filed in the oCc; i;
the clerk of the County of New York. Juno 22. 1303. s*
follows: Extending In. through, upon and along f)*>
mont avenue, from former Ryer avenue to the lots*,
section of Tremont avenue with East 17*tth street. Ga*>
t»r avenue. Webster avenue and Burnslde arcs*;
thence in a northerly direction in. through, up*a ass
along Bumslde avenue to Its Intersection with Yahsj.
tin..- avenue, and thence in. through, upon and alssa
Valentine avenue to its Intersection with East laid
street, also in place and stead of the alter**. «m
changed route described in the certificate of chanasaf
route filed in the office of the Clerk of the Coum; tt
New York. April 'JO. 1905. as follows. Extending en
ami alone Tremont avenue from Ryer avenu* tk*
intersection of Tremont avenue with Valentin* sss>
*«•; thence in a northerly direction on and ska*
Valentine avenue to its intersection wlta East UMi
street.
Thin! Change. Beginning at a point la rout* X*. a,
as iiejrrlbe'l in the certificate of incorporation *f tka
said New York City Interborough Railway Cntcpjir,
at the Intersection of East 149 th street with Cart
l.tmlt avenue, extending thence easterly on and ties?
East 140 th street to its intersection with St An* 1 *
avenue, thence northerly on and along St. Ann's a**,
nue to its intersection with East 156 th street; the «C
route as it winds ami turns crosses the ftilowtag
htg%ways. avenues, streets, public places, etc.: Con
lan.lt avenue. Third avenue. M'-lrosa a >r.u«, Cas>
149th> street. Bergen avenue. Brook avenue, E*a
ISatfa street. West, heater avenue. Kae street. Can
street. East 13Bth street. The said 1 it* to be In the
place and stead cf that portion of route No 0 eahaaV
Ins? from, the Intersection of Eas* 140 th street sad
Cortlanilt avenue, on and along Cortlandt avenue t-»
East lM'.h street: thence easterly en and along Cast
KMth street to Ha Intersection with St Ann's avenua
All of said changed or altered rout** at* la tn*
Borough of Th» Bronx.
Fourth — Your petitioner proposes to operate th* road
to be constructed upon said altered aad changed root*
by the overhead trolley system or by any other raottre
power other than locomotive steam power which may
be approved by th* State Board of Railroad Commis
sioners and consented to by the. owners of property
bounded upon the same, as provided .v law.
Wherefore, your petitioner prays that publle notlc*
herein of the time and place when and where this
application will be first considered be given, as re
quired by the provisions of Section "_• of tha Railroad
Law and of all other laws applicable theieto. sad
that the desired consent or grant ««♦ embodied In the
form of a contract with all the terms and condition
as to compensation and otherwise. In accordance wtta
the provisions of the Greater New York Charter. . ,
Dated at the City of New York. March 12. 1907.
NEW YORK CITY INTERBOROCGH P.AILWAT
COMPANY.
(Seal) Attest- ALFRED SKITT. Presides!
H. M FISHER. Secretary-
State of New York. County of New York, **. :
Alfred Sk'.tt. bein^ duly sworn, deposes and ssr*
that he Is the President of New York City Interior
ough Railway Company, the petitioner named in the
foregoing petition; that he has read the foregolug pe
tition ami knows tho contents thereof; that the sun*
Is true of his own knowledge, except as to the matters
therein stated to be alleged upon Information and be
lief and that as to those matters he believes It to be
true: that th* reason why this verification Is not mad*
try th* petitioner Is that It is a corporation: that th*
deponent is an officer of said corporation, to wit. Its
president, and that the grounds of his information in
regard t tti» matters stated in the> foregoing petition.
as far a* the same are not within his personal knowl
edge. are statements made by officers or agents of the
corporation to him as president thereof.
ALFRED SKTTT.
6worn to before me this 12th day of March. 100 T.
CHARLES A. DANA.
Notary Put lie New Tor* County.
State of New Tork. County- of New York. sa:
On this 12th day of March. 1307. before me per
sonally cam* Alfred Skin, to me known, who. Selng
by me" duly sworn. «l!d depese and say that he reside! In
the City of Yonker*. N. Y. That he la president of
the New York City Interborough Railway .'mpany.
th* corporation described In and which executed th*
foreso;-g Instrument: that he knew th* seal of saia
corporation: that the seal affixed to the said Instru
ment was such corporate seal: that it '.vis so affix**
by order of the Board of Directors of said corpora
tion, and that he signed his name *h«retn ** .in
or i. r CHARLES A. DANA.
Notary Public New York County.
And 'the following resolutions were 'hereunoa
adopted „ _
WHEREAS. Th« foregoing petition from the New
York City Interborough Railway Cemprny. <!st«l Jttl 2
12. 190 T." was presented to the Roan! nf EsMasasl asa
Arnortlor-i ent at a meeting held March 13. 190». Board
PESO "."■"ED. That in pursuance of law this Basra
•ets Friday, the 12th day of April. 1907. at lf>:»
o'clock l^ the forenoon and Room 1* In the City Hall
Borough of Manhattan, as the ttan* an! place wh*a
and where- such petition shall be> first considered, aaaj
a public h»ar.ng be bad thereon, at which cltBS9
shall be entitled to appear and be heard: ana be w
further , __„.„
RESOLVED. That the secretary hi directed fr>^H"?
such petition and these resolutions to be published ID
at least fourteen *ll> days In two dally * B *PJJr
in the city of New York, to be designated by th*
Mayor, and for at least ten ( 10> days In the City
Record" immediately prior to such date of ***"*
hearing. Th. expense of such publlcat!_»n tn .he ba--»
by the petitioner. 3ecr*t*ry-
N«tt York. March 13. 1007. _
PfRSUANT TO gTATTTORY RKQT": -\rTNT. !«*■
fiSST* hereby given that an act— _■»
Int. No. M— has been passed by both brancSea of ■
Legislature, entitled
AN ACT .__ ,-
AXmiORIZINf! THE BOART> OF 1 ESTIWATEASP _*».
PV)RTIONMENT OF THE CITY OF V »7i nW
TO HEAR. AiniT. DETERMINE ?_*£Jss
THE ai.i.kok!) CLAIM ok the nah^.J,o^^n ah^.J, o^^
MACHINE COMPANY FOR Fl KNISiUNC. T^.TS
PARK HOARD OF SAID CITY «»?OP3 vS&
AND MERCHANDISE FOR fSE IN THEPAKS»
OF THE CITY OF NK\V YORK r.< P \*J™ 25
THE imOV.V. AND TO PROVirH PAIMENT
Smi 1 • tie* I* hereby given that a_ . „ _-i-r
Further rotlce i» hereby g.!ven that * ruMteHeJS"
upon sv.ch bill will be hett c? the Mayor's OS!ce. »^,,
City Kali. In the City of New York, on Thursday. AP?
4. 10«. Ct lt>.3«> o'clock A. M.
Dated Cty HaU. New fg*^^ £&**££
This bill will be the first heard at that time. __
P;\NT TO STATUTORY itEQVinK^prt.
tlce Is hereby given that an act— Assembly »*•.£■
No. 419— has been passed by both branches of th* I-W
lature. entitled
AN ACT .-_ ,i.
ArTHORIZIXC, THE HOARD OF TAXES AOT.*^
SESSMENT3 IN THE CITY OP NEU TOR^ *J
CANCEL AND ANNIL CERTAIN rNPAIt>TAS|
UPON TUB REAL ESTATE. IN SAID CITY aw
LONOINC, TO the friendly aid societt.^ (
Further notice is hereby given thjt » Fu J?Jl c^™S«a
up.mi such bill will be held at the Mayor* Office. TO*
City Hall, in the City of New York. on. Thursday. •«*■- ».
1907. M >•.*» o'clock A. M.
' Dated City Hail. New Tork^Apriy. ™* izU^
This bill will be the second heard at that time. _
Proposals. _
PPOPOS^LS FOR INDIA* SUPPLIES;— «
P mentotlhe Interior. Office of Indian Affair*. Vj"T i
*gto™ D. C.. F*Hruary 25. :U07.-Sealed Proposais^fc j
lV marked on the outside of th* envelop*: • Prop** W
rub^rs^od^ boots ana shoes." etc. as the case -gMJ
oceneoL tcr furnl^lng th* India- •""«* *\ Ol _ r -'2
g^inta boots and shoes, hardware, and ■•*«2j i s*f» 1
"eaTeU iiroposuls. plainly marked on th* °»"**J. f£
cuveloD*- "Propcaal for enameled war*, furaitar*. aja 1
Sta!» "»y and adJres-d to th* "Cj I g
of Indian Affairs. Washington. D. C." will ** J-^H
at the Indian O«c* until 2 o'clock; ». m ?' i 2^Lbbbb*
Aptll W. MOT. ana then opened, for ft » r *»*^. i
acnrlco with enameled ware, lamp*. fttraltma,..M*a^.^
Moves, agricultural Implements, paint* oil^ C»?,j t v
war*, wagon*, aarnasa. leather, shoo ss*isa*ai *aaw^, 3
etc.? aehool supplies, and a tons law «< m4^*Tw«"i»
el*.. Bids must be made out o» Oovernmeat 0
tcheenles sivtiifi all necessary lafora»Uion for BJ
! will be furnished on application to t6e.is«~«a a **£„,
Washington. IX C the U. 3. Indian Wataw»a*ai ar^.
Tork City. Chicago. lU.. St. Louis. Ma. •»* ff
•Near. The Deportment reserve. «•• *•**»'• *^ ■
! and Hi! bids, or any part of any Bat. *• *•• *~"
CQ*AssJsalon*r. ~
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- \ rtbua* received at tUelr Uptown O-»* . .^"^.jca
Broadway. b*tw**a »Ctn and rTta asa. ■■«•» ******
p. in. Advertisements received at th* follow in jj 0 r ■-* ,
aAcaa at regular arflc* rates unUl 8 o'clocx »* * „a
ii« Ilk a*». a. *. ear. «d st.: I« at> *«•; «2?a n* 1
•t.: •: East tttb at: 557 Was* *t.. between »' £ ,
•th area,: 265 Woat USth -sfe: 13S» * T *-. {i , ■
T«t!i and 77th sU.: I*l* M a**.. »••*«■»•*.:._ ji
»*«» near MO* at; I*7 Bast 139* a st: ,, ■ l »ii.7W
live.: Ssl> id ».... near iltX ■ »t.. s** «<» •*** T-
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