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New York Times (Newspaper) - July 12, 1900, New York, New York •UMMER RESORTS. ADIRONDACK TIME TABLE. NEW YORK CENTRAL. Trains leave Grand Central Station; 7« л л    RJI    with through Sleep- 30 P. «VI ■ in*Cars vla ul! ■7 50 A. IVS. For Fulton Chain', Racquet te Lajce, a k like, bake Placid, Paul Smith’s, Loon Lake, Long Lake.    _ — - 6 m m m PFOPLE’S LIVE STEAM* P* M . ERS ADIRONDACK ' AJTO DEAN RICHMOND from Pier 32, Canal I St.. N. R., daily, except Sunday-, connecting а^ А д У ■with express trains; G:,»0 A. M. o\    Blue for Saratoga, Lake George. Sehroon Lek«. ^ue Mountain, Elizabethtown, Saranac, ant PUrid 111.13 A. M. over Adirondack DR l|lon N. Y. C.. for Fulton.Chain. Saranac. Lake cid. Paul Smith’s, Sagamore, Long ьаке. 8140 А.М.Ж^г sb?s til bony to Saratoga. Direct Adirondacks, Hotel Champlain &. Montraa PAIL SMITH’?, V. Y. „ PAUL SMITH’S, £S.V’хЖн-S; 6:50 P. M. aYid 7.20 A. M. LAKE PLACID, V. Y.__ RUISSEAUMONTivf n"U!?5?°a™£ .Central Station, 7:50 A. М., 7:30 P. М., arrive 7:35 P. М.. 8 А. М. „т nvcuxf iv LAKE PLACID HOUSEУ!” Л» A. M.i 7:30 P. М.; ar. 7:35 P. М., 8 AM- LAtVJCjf am » JL *    . EDGEWDÖD ¡NM'-veNT 7 50AM,7:30.PM SARANAC LAKE, N. Y. LveNY 7:50AM------ arr. 7 PM,, 7:30 AM. LONG L AKE. WE ST. THE SAGAMORE P. M.; arrive 5:12 P. M., 5:32 A. M. LIKE MASSAWEPIE. HOTEL CHILDWOLD, fflW i;»Dio WS1» P. M.: arrive 5:34 P. M. and 0 A. M. ADIRONDACKS. Ai THE GRAND VIEW HOUSE, LAKE PLACID, N. Y. Allen & Tracy. Nev. York Office discontinued. SUMMER RESORTS. long BRANCH. WEST END HOTEL AND COTTAGES, Situated on bluff facing ocean. COINAGES AND HOTEL NOW OPEN. New York Office, 115 Broadway (Room 7«.) W. E. HILDRETH, M*r. DUTCHER HOUSE AND COTTAGES. PAWLING, N. Y. Superior family accommodations. Billiards, bowling, tennis, bicycle track, boating and fishing. Cottages entire or en suite. Elevation 700 feet. 90 minutes from New York. Write for .^strated booklet.    HARRY    B.    WARDEN. Manager. THE NEW YORK TIMES. TPURSDAY, JULY 12, 1900. BANKRUPTCY NOTICE*. 1Î GLEN TOWER, DOBBS FERRY, N. Y. One of the most delightful places near New York, on Hudson River R. R. Excellent table; low nates. Trains every half hour 5 minutes from „auon. ^ f „RIGGS. Manager, Lat« of Clarendon Hotel, New York. OVERLOOK, MORRISTOWN; FRUITS, VEG-etables, butter, cream, &c., from our farm, pure spring water; moderr conveniences; terms $7 to $10 wekiy. Box 424, Morristown, N. J. SUMMONSES. SUMMER HOMES ON LONG ISLAND. By the Ocean, Sound, and Bay. •• LONG ISLAND,” an illustrated descriptive book and ‘ SUMMER HOMES,” a book de* scribing hotels and boarding houses, free upon abDlication at ticket offices. Astor House, 120 <952 Eagle Bureau.) (1 352 World \aeatlon Bureau ) (1 370 Journal Resort Bureau.) and 1,383 •Broadway; 05 5th Av.. 34th St. E. R-. and foot New Chambers St., 587 Columbus Av., andI 43 W 125th St., New .York; 3oJ Fulton St., Eagle Summer Resort Bureau, 118 Broadway,- Brooklyn and ¡at L. I. R- R- stations in Lrookl>n, or send 6c ¡in stamps for “ Long hland ’ -^daf^ for * Summer Homes to H. M. SMITH, TrafAc Manager. L. I. R- R-. L. I. City, N. V. Saratoga. Zbe <3ranb “Onion 0pen until 0ct. I. Special Terms per Week or Season. For Illustrated Booklet address WOOLLEY A GERRANS, Proprietors. 'Saratoga Springs, New York. The Waumbek and Cottages, JEFFERSON, October .^Excellent 18-^    hole golf course and. White Mountains, superior stables The **    Waumbek system in- N, H.    eludes The Waumbek, The Jefferson and Waumbek Half, 1 Affording modem resort accommodations, at graded rates. DAVID r PLUmER, Manager. A. J. MURPHY, Assistant Manager. _ THOMPSON’S HOTEL LAKE MAH0PAC, N. Y. A select family hotel Now open. Superior accommodations. Kxceilent cuisine. Fim miles IndmNNYV 2 PutSam R R ’ Telephone, Send for iilustrated^ooklcc^ CLARK. Proprietor. SUPREME COURT. NEW YORK BOUNTY.~ SHELDON HOPKINS and WILLIaM G. VER PLANCK, as executors of and trustees or certain trusts created by the last will and testament of Mary Frances Hopkins, deceased, plaintiffs, against WOOLSEY R- K?LKJu^’. Sheldon Hopkins, and Ella S. Hopkins, his wire, the New York Life Insurance and Irust company, as trustees of certain trusts last will and testament of Mary kins, deceased; Joseph G. Deane and Archij A. McGlashan, as.executors of the last will and testament of Woolsey Hopkins, deceasedI,    » B. Hopkins, widow of Woolsey Hopkins, deceased , Katherine W. Hopkins, Woolsey R. Hopkins, 3d, Archibald A. McGlashan, as of the property of Katherine TV. Woolsey R. Hopkins, 3d; Frederick H.jHamilton Cecil Woolsey Hamilton Stuart Hamilton She! don Hobkins, as general guardian of the prep erty off Cecil Woolsey Haro »on and Stuart Hamilton, James Alexander Allen. Mary Eliza beth Avery, Catherine Borden B™wn,F?uredire Harriet Borden, Ellen Elizabeth Eldir-“K6. Lucy Eldredge. Sallls Telfair, Roberta K. Bor den, Emma Borden Hargous, Fa*ante Hopkins Gewln, Eugenie Bazar,et, Nona B.a-kburn •Esther Robinson, Margaret Borden Pierce, Ju Ann Sill, Lillie ^Hagher Hopkins \irginU Mur ray Hopkins, Fannie Sheldon    and Stuart Howard. Louise Bradford T arnum, and. the unknown persons who are the next ot m of Adeiia Lewis, deceased, delendents. Sum mons . - : -To the above-named defendants. You are hereby,summoned to answer the complaint in this action, and to serve atop) answer on the plaintiffs’ attorney ^irtIn twenty days after the service of this    of elusive of the day . of service, ^..‘iLent wUl your failure to-appear, or answer, judgmenp^l be taken against you by default, for t d«man4«l In the eomplalnhUca.e^^.m^« , 1JUU-    Plaintiffs’    Attorney, Office and Post Office address, 149 Broadway. Manhattan, New York City.    . «nrden To Mary Blizabeth Avery. Catherine Borden Brown, Caroline Harriet Borden, Ellen Eliza leth Eldredge, Sallle Telfair, p°ker]a "• Borden Fannie Hopkins Gewin, Nona Black-burn, Esther Robinson Margaret Borden Kamn.or''c«irT~i»efrHammon Stuart Hamilton'. Eusenle Batanet. and the™)kn°wn persons who are the next of kin of Adeiia The foregoing summons is »«“vedj^Hon Henrv Otf    nf New York dated the fourth day of Tune"' 1600 and filed with the complaint in the nf the Clerk of New York County-at the New York County Court House, in the Borough it’Manhattan, city of New York and IState oi New York, on the fourth daj of June, 1900. Dated New York. June §^1900^ pR1NCE Plaintiffs’ Attorney, C&751: ieodant"'-Tr’'laMo £ had'fr^thfcuy’ 15 ciunty of New York.—Summons: 'Tn^the above-named defendant:    _ You are hereby summoned to answer the com-Mainf in this action, and to serve a copy of V nr answer on plaintiff’s attorneys, w ithin twenty ^20) days after ’he service of this sum-inws exclusive of the day of service; and in ¿29of your failure to appear or answer,judg- irJi :;.»«!£! Saw York, ^«■¿4th.T19«hriTZ & ESEERG Plaintiff's Attorneys. Office and Post Office address. No. 320 Broad-way Borough of Manhattan New York City. y,T I’^rsupr^s tity    Hie office of the Ohrk of the Tompialnt, i • Vnrk at the County Court w'nte5' in‘ the Borough of Manhattan. City of House, ift tne    pf    Ju,y VM)Q the ortginal° complaint having been filed on the 4th day of June, 19<*L ^NTROWITZ & ESBERG, Plaintiffs Attorneys 320 Broadway, New York 1 mtv Manhattan Borou.rh.    ____ NO. 2 725.-IN THE DISTRICT'COURT OF THE United States for the Southern District of N:w iurK.-in Bankruptcy.—In the matter o< WILLIAM E. MAGINN, Bankrupt.-In Bank- 'rUTo°the creditors o? WlUiam E.    ifore- City and County of New York, and district afore said, a bankrupt:    . .. «wy. dav Gf Notice is hereby given that on the 29t^ da> o June, A D. 1900, the said William E. Magmn was duly adjudicated bankrupt and that the first meeting of creditors will bs held at my office, No. 63 Wall Street: Borough of Manhat tan Citv of New York, on the 24th day or *»uiy, A d 19W) at 11 o’clock in the forenoon at which time the said creditors may attend pro^e their claims, appoint a trustee examine the bankrupt, and transact such other business may properly come before^saJd^meetlyS^QXE, Referee in Bankruptcy. July 11, 1900.    _____ UNITED STATES DISTRICT °OURT FOR^HE Southern District of New York.— FREDEm MAYSER, bankrupt.    .    , . Mavser Notice is hereby' giveh th*i    e^    jur^ bankrupt, has filed his .Petition, dated dune 30th, 1900, praying for a <Hsch«rse J^Sora and debts in bankruptcy, and ,that all credito other persons are ordered to attend at the ne ing upon said petition before the Hon. Aaaison Brown, United States Dl8trjc‘ Office Build-United States Court House and Post Office Bull ing, tn the City and County o? New lorik, i i We.lnesday, July 25th, 1900, at 19.30 A. •• and then and there show 0fau^iR^nJrnyshould have, why the prayer of    J^tl{i°neer^m°na- not be granted, and also attend the examinu tion of the ^^^ Ihereon. pRENTIgs> Referee in Bankruptcy. New York, July 11th, 1900.    _ Ten ° 722 —IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE NU„i;3f Sfe J for the southern D,s.«y oj New York.—In Bankruptcy.—In the matter MAURICE W. MYERS, Bankrupt.-In Bank rUToCths creditors of Maurice W. Myer®, of the City and County of New York, and district a S^tliebifh.™PbV given that » U»*W* Say of Tune A. D. 1900, the said Maurice .    ■ was duly adjudicated bankrupt, an^ my isaL’Ta?’» w.f.rssss. sup * r*itv nf New York, on tho 24th ua.> oi j >* A“d 10&. at 10 “¿lock in the for«««“.« ¿hlS time the said creditor, may SMjJg; bankruofand YrSaact^uih other bualnea. a> may properly 90me before aa|d^neeG g,oxa Referee in Bankruptcy. July 11, 1900.      —__ IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the Southern District    aDOLPH. -In Bankruptcy.—In the matter or Seit,^,M‘!tobmnkwr.r^ at my o«.c. No. 71 Broadway City and County ?™te?U“lirnlne ' the hanhrupc and >«n^ct N§w York, July 11th, 1900-      ^ txi tup DNTRirT COURT OP THE UNITED ^Stl.e? “1h.RSomhern Dlatrlc. o.I New Turk. -in Bankruptcy.—In the matter of GEORGE D. SMITH, Bankrupt.—In Bankruptcy. _    * To thf» creditors of George D. Smith or t. County of New York, and district afcresaid, a bNoticetis hereby given ‘hat on the |d day^of Julv A. D. 1900, the said George D. Smltn vas duly" adjudicated bankrupt; and that the first ineeting of creditors will be held at the office of Katharlel A Prentiss, referee In bankruptcy, 120 Broadway. New York. City, on the 23d day of Tulv A D 1900, at eleven o’clock in -he forenoon at which time the said creditors may attend ’ prove their claims, appoint a Trustee, examine the bankrupt, and transact such otner Tmiiineas as may properly come before said meet-business as mayN^A^IEL A. PRENTISS. inB'    *    Referee in Bankruptcy. July 11, 1900. RSFEREBF KOTÏCF.* EIGHTY-SIXTH STREET.-Sopreme Court, County of. New York.—EMELiNE" B. FH1L BRICK, as executrix under the l*st will and testament of William N. Philbrtek deceased, plaintiff, against RACHEL WALTERS and others, defendants, Zj    . In pursuance of a judgment of foreclosure and sale, 'duly made and entered in the above-entitled ,&etion and bearing date the 19th day or June, 1900, I, the undersigned, the referee m said judgment named, will sell at P*$bllc auction, at the New York Real Estate Salesroom, *o. Ill Broadway, in the Borough of Manhat-n, 'City of New York, on the 20th day of July, 1900, at 12 o’clock noon on that day. by Bfryan L. Kennelly & Co., auctioneers, the premises directed by said judgment to be sold and therein described 'as follows: All that certain lot, piece, or parcel of land, with the building thereon erected, situate, lying, and being in the Nineteenth Ward of the Borough of Manhattan, in the City of New York, bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point on the southerly side of Eighty-sixth Street distant two hundred and seventy-nine feet easterly from the corner formed by the intersection of the easterly »side of Avenue A with the southerly side of Eighty-sixth Street, which point Is at or immediately in front of the centre of a party wall; running thence southerly and parallel with Avenue A and part of the distance through the centre of said party vkll one hundred and two feet end two inches to the centre line of the block between Eighty-fifth and Eighty-sixth Streets; thence easterly and parallel with Elgfcty-Mxth Street and along said centre line of the block twenty-eight feet; thence northerly parallel with Avenue A and part of the distance through thf centre of another party wall one hundred ana two feet and two inches to the southerly side of Eighty-sixth Street; thence westerly and along the southerly side of Eighty-sixth Street twenty-eight feet to the place or poilit of beginning. Dated New York, June 26th, 1900. ALGERNON S. NORTON, Referee. SACKETT & LANG, Attorneys for Plaintiff. 99 Nassau Street. Borough of Manhattan, New York City. The following la a diagram of the property to be sold. Its street number is' 524 East Eighty-sixth Street. Eighty-sixth Street. SURROGATS NOTICES. 279’ 28 Ö g ~ s 29 Centre line of block. MIZZEN TOP HOTEL, QUAKER HILL. DUTCHESS CO.. N. Y. Two hours from New York by Harlem-R. R. Opens June 20th.    1,200    Feet    E.evation. Golf Hnks and all other amusements. N. S. HOWE, Manager. Past Office Address. Pawling,    . Circulars and information at Scofield s, 1 Madis«n Avenue, N. Y.__________ ~amityville. l. I. XHE INN. • NEW YORKFCITY.    ' NOW OPEN. HOTEL NEW POINT ~ OPE?SNB » Always cool. 150 feet from Great South Bay. Table and service of the best; electric HghU. rooms with private baths. SPECIAL RATES FOR YOUNG MEN. Good roads for bicycling. Manhattan Beach Hotel Ik Open. T. F. SILLECK, Manager. ORIENTAL HOTEL Is Open. JOS. P. GREAVES, Manager. SUPREME COURT, COUNTY OF NEW Y ork —ANNIE HOWELL, plaintiff, against tiarPY HOWELL, defendant.—Action for an 553?» £?or=. Trial desired in New York THE OCTAGON. SEA BRIGHT*.N. j. OPEN JUNE 23 TO OCTOBER. The leading, largest, and best-appointed hotel Sea Bright. Complete ocean frontage. Xt bta nngm. ^jEq B 9ANDT, Proprietor. In the Heart of Green Mountains. - I,AKB DTJNMORE HOUSE AND COT. AGES. A Popular and Charming Summer Resort. t SOW OPEN. Boating, bathing, fishing, J tennis, bowlijig. baseball, driving. Orchestra. For .Booklet, Rates, &c..    • Chat*. A. Dunn, Salisbury. \ t. _ SHARON SPRINGS, jM.Y. PAVILION HOTEL Golf, Tennis, Driving. Bowling, &Ç. SULPHUR BATHING ESTABLISHMENT. W BATHS, DOUCHES, INHALATIONS, £end for Pamplet, JOHN H. GARDNER & SON. CTUontthe above-named-defendant: You are here-hv summoned to answer the complaint in this action aid'to -serve a copy of your answer on the plaintiff’s attorney within t:wenty Ga>s aafter the serviCf Of the summons, exclusive of the dav of service, and in case of your failure to a pear or answer, judgment will be ta^eI] against you by default for the relief demanded in the complaint. Ufttpd New York, June 1st, IwU. Da tea .-New. x    VINCENT VICTORY, Attorney for Plaintiff,-Office and Post Office address, 99 Nassau Street, New York City, Manhattan. To Harry Howell, defendant:    The foregoing summons is served upon you without the State of New York, pursuant to an order of Hon, Davdd McAdam, a Justice of the Supreme Court, dared the 2d aky of June, 1S0O jnd f W wg Borough of Manhattan,    Z Plaintiffs Attorney. Off ce and Post Office address, 99 Nassau Street, Borough of Manhattan, New York City. jy!2-lawGwTh    •    _ SUPREME COURT.—Trial desired In New York Countv -THE ALBANY CITY SAVINGS INSTITUTION against GERTRUDE PARKER, John L. Hamilton, Thomas L. Hamilton, Alexander H. Hamilton, Ellas Solomon. Samuel Heller, Max Kaufman, Alexander Boehm, Michael Levine, Abraham Boehm, Ida Boehm, Lewis Coon, and Amalie Coon.    * To the above-named defendants: You are hereby summoned to .answer the complaint in this action, and to serve a copy of your answer on the plaintiffs attorney within twenty days after the service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service, and In case of your failure to appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the complaint. Dated Albany, June 26. 1900. JOHN A. DELEHANTY, Plaintiff's Attorney, Office address and Post Office address, The Commercial Bank Building, Albany, N. Y. To defendant Gertrude Parker: The foregoing summons is served upon you by publication, pursuant to an order of Hon. David McAdam, a Justice of the Supreme Court of the State of New York, dated the 0th day of July, 1900, and filed with the complaint in the office of the Clerk of New York Coyaity on the 9th day of July 1900. jyl2-lawGwTh REFEREES’ NOTICES. SUPREME COURT, COUNTY OF NEW YORK. --CAROLINE S. REID, plaintiff, against- ELLEN EDEN and others, defendants. In pursuance cf a judgment of nrtd sale duly made and entered in the above-entitled action,^bearing date the ^leventh day of June. 1900. I, the undersigned, tha rer®r** in flald Judgment named, will sell at publio auction, at the New York Real Estate Salesroom, No. Ill Broadway, in the Borough of Manhattan, City of New York, on the seventeenth day of July, mt>, at 12 o clock ncum on that day. by Peter F. Meyer, auctioneer, the premises directed by said Jucgment to be sold and therein described as follows:    * All those eleven ce.rtain lots, pieces, or Parcels of land situate, lying, and being hi the Twenty-third Ward (now Borough of the Bronx) of the City of N°w York, and when taken to-gethor are bounded.and described as follows: Beginning at the corner formed by the intersection Of the westerly line of Union Avenue with the southerly line of One Hundred and Forty-ninth Street:    running- thence westerly atong the southerly line of said One Hundred and Forty-ninth Street two hundred feet to the corner formed by the intersection or the said southerly line of One Hundred and Forty-ninth Street with Jthe easterly line of Beach Avenue: thence southerly along the easterly' line or said Beach Avenue one hundred and seventy- 8ve feet:    thence    easterly and parallel with ne Hundred and Forty-ninth Street one hundred feet; thence northerly and parallel with said Beach Avenue seventy-five feet; thence again easterly and parallel with said Ono Hundred and Forty-ninth Street one hundred feet to the westerly line of said Union Avenue, and thence again northerly along the westerly line of said Union Avenue one hundred feet to the point and place of beginning, and all the right, title, and interest of the said Ellen Eden of, in, and to the said streets and avenues lying in front of said premises to the centre lines thereof. JOHN H, JUDGE, Referee. Dated New York, June 22, 1900. LEMUEL SKIDMORE. Plaintiff’s Attorney, 69 Wall Street, Borough of Manhattan, New York City. 149ib Street. Eighty-fUth Street. The approximate amount of the lien or charge to satisfy which the above-described property is to be sold Is $14,240.00, with interest thereon from the 0th day of June, 1900, together wttn costs and allowances amounting to $420.45, with interest thereon from the 19th day of June, 1900, together with the expenses of the sale. The approximate amount of taxes, assessments, or other liens which are to be allowed to the purchaser out of the purchase money, or paid by the referee, is $674.90-100 and interest. Dated New York, June 26th, 1900. ALGERNON S. NORTON. Referee. Je28-2aw3wTh&M NEW YORK SUPREME COURT, COUNTY OF New York.—LAWRENCE E. EMBREE. as substituted trustee under the last -will and testament of Joseph B. Miller, deceased, plaintlrf, against FREDERICK STOBBE. Mendel Schrei-ber, and others, defendants. In pursuance of a judgment of foreclosure and sale, duly made and entered In the above-entitled action, bearing date nineteenth day of June, 1900, I, the undersigned, the referee In said judgment named, will sell at public auction at the New York Real Estate Salesroom, No. Ill Broadway, In the Borough of Manhattan, City or New' York, on the 18th day of July. 1900, at 12 o’clock noon on that day. by ‘Peter F. Meyer, auctioneer, the premises directed by jaid judgment to be sold, and therein described as follows:^ All that certain lot, piece, or parcel of land, with the buildings thereon erected, situate, lying, and being in the city, County, and State of New York, and bounded and described as follows, viz.: Beginning at a point on the easterly side of Second Avenue, distant sixty feet and five inches Sprtherly from the northerly side of Fiftieth treet; "thence running eastwardly and parallel with Fiftieth Street seventy feet; thence northwardly and parallel with Second Avenue twenty feet; thence westwardly and again parallel with ■Pifleth Street seventy feet to the easterly side of Second Avenue, and thence southwardly along the easterly side of Second Avenue twenty feet to the point or dace of beginning, subject to the right of the Metropolitan Elevated Railway Co. and the Manhattan Railway Company for the construction, maintenance, and operation of an elevated railroad on Second Avenue. ‘    •' Dated New York, June 21. I960. EDGAR M. LEVENTRITT, Referee. ROBERT C. EMBREE, Attorney for Plaintiff, 185 Broadway, New York City. 51st Street. R1NSSB, JOHANNA W.—In pursuance of a® order of Hon. Frank T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate of the County of Now York* notice is hereby given to all petsons Laving claims against JOHANNA W. BINSSE, ¡ate of the County of New York, deceased, to present the same wltn vouchers thereof to the’ subscriber, at his p-iace of transacting business, No 51 Exchange Pia.ce, in the Borough of Manhattan, City of New York, on or before the first day of November next. Dated New York, the 25th day of April, I960. LOUIS E. BINSSE, Administrator, with the will annexed. apr26-law6mTh_   , GIBIER, PAUL.—The People of the State of New York, by the grace of God free and independent.—To Louis Gibler and Agnes Gibier, the widow, hairs, and next of kin of PAUL GIBIER. deceased, iend greeting: Whereas. Emil August Neresheimer of the City of New York has lately applied to the Surrogates’ Court of our County *of New Yorx, to have a certain instrument in writing, relating to both real and personal property, duly proved as the last will and testament .of said Paul Aibler, late of the County of New Yor.v. deceased, therefore you and each of you are cited to appear before the Surrogate of our County of New York, at his office, in the County of New York, on the 8th day of August, one thousand nine hundred, at half-past ten o’cIqck in the forenoon of that day, then and there to attend the probate of the said last will and testament.    . And such of you as are hereby cited as are under the age of twenty-one years, are required to appear by your guardian, if you have one, or if you have none, to appear and apply for one to be appointed, or in the event of your neglect or failure to'do so, a guardian will be appointed by the Surrogate to represent and act for you in the proceeding.    ,    .    _    . In testimony whereof we have caused the Seal of the Surrogates’ Court of the said County of New York to be hereunto af-[L. S.] fixed. Witness Hop. Frank T. FPz-ger&ld, a Surrogate of our said County of New York, at said county, the twelfth day of June, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred.    _    _ J. FAIRFAX McLAUGHLIN, Clerk of the Surrogates’ Court. je21-lawCwTh&au2    _ _________ GREENWOOD, LANGDON.— In pursuance of an order of Hon. Frank T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate of the County of New York, notice U hereby gl\ n to all persons having claims against LANGDON GREENWOOD, late of the County of New York, deceased, to present the same, with vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, at his plhce of transacting buslnes;;, at the office of‘Robert S. Rudd, 35 Nassau Street, Borough of Manhattan, in the City of New York, on or before the 23d day of October ne*t.—Dated New York, the 17th day of April. 1900. LANGDON GREENWOOD, Jr., Administrator. ROBERT S. RUDD, Attorney for Administrator, 35 Nassau Street, Manhattan#N. Y. City.* apl9-law6mTh HANKINSON, JOHN H.—In pursuance of an ' order of Hon. Frank T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate of the County of New York, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against JOHN H. HANKINSON, late of the County of NewAYork, deceased, to present the same, with vouchers thereof, to the subscribers at their place of transacting business, at the office of Messrs. STRONG & CADWALADER. No. 40 Wall Street, in the Borough of Manhattan and City of New York, on or before the fifteenth day of November next.—Dated New York, the ninth day of May. 1900. STRONG & CADWALADER. Attorneys for Executors, 40 Wall Street, New York City. MARY F. HANKINSON, ? Executors WILLIAM H. JACKSON, S Executors. roylO-law6mTh LYONS, PHILIP.—In pursuance of an order of Hon. Abner C. Thomas, a Surrogate of the. Countv of New York, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against PHILIP LYONS, late of th* County of New York, deceased. to present the same, with vouchers thereof, t« the subscribers, at their p;ace of transacting business, at the office of their attorney. Joseph Rosenzweig, No. 99 Nassau Street, in the City of New York, Borough of Manhattan, on or before the 11th day of November next.—Dated New York, the 10th day of May, 1900. BENJAMIN LYONS and RAPHAEL LYONS, Executors. JOSEPH ROSENZWEIG. Attorney for Executors, 99 Nassau Street, New York City. mylO-lawOmTh^_____________ McCORMACK. LAWRENCE.—In pursuance of an order of Hon. Abner C Thomas, a Surrogate of the County of New York, notice is hereby given to all pe*rons having claims against LAWRENCE McCORMACK, otherwise known as Lawrence McCormick, late of the County of New York, deceased, to present the same, with vouchers thereof, to the subscribers at their place of transacting business, Rooms 1,700 and 1.701, No 31 Nassau Street, in the City of New York, on'or before the tenth day of August next.— Dated New York, the 30’h day of January 1900. DAVID J ROCHE. ALBRECHT J. BODE Executors.    fl-law6mTh TRAVELERS’ GUIDE—SHIPPING. NORTH GERMAN LLOYD CHERBOl«G,SOtTHAMMOS.CWIEMBS Kaiserin Mar.Th,July 17 Lahn...........Ang*    * “ Trave...........Aug. Kaiserin Mar.Th. Aug -M ________________ruly Ka.aer Wm.d.Gr.Aug.    7 Aller..   Aug.    11 _____ Departure 10 A. M. Twin-Screw Pns»enger Service. SOUTHAMPTON. LONDON, BREMEL K. Luise..July 19, 10 AMI G.Kurfürst.Beot.6, 2 FM K.Luise, Aug. 23, 10 AM*Barbarossa,Sept20,9 AM CHERBOURG. PARIS, BREMEN. Barbarossa, Jy 12, 10 AM| Fr. *1. Gr. July 26,10 AM Mediterranean Service. _ GIBRALTAR, NAPLES, GENOA. Ems............July    21    Werra.........August    * Departure 11 A. M. .    v OELRICHS A CO., NO, 5 BROADWAY. Louis H. Meyer, 45 South Third SL, Phlia, SPECIAL NOTICE. S. S. Barbarossa will sail from White Star Fier. S S. K. Luise will land at White Star Pier. S. S. Kaiserin Mar. Th. at Cunard Pier. HAMBURQ-AMERICAN LINE. Twin-Screw Express Service to Plymouth. (London), Cherbourg (Paris), andHambur?. 'Columbia,July 12,10 AMiK.-Frd'ricli».Aug.2.10 AM F.Bism’ck.Jly 26, 10 AM ¡De’tschl nd,Aug.8.I0 AM New Twin Screw Expres* S. S. DEUTSCHLAND SAILS JULY 18, 9 A. M. Twin-Screw Passenger Service to Plymouth. Cherbourg:, and Hamburg:. Also N. Y to Cherbourg and Hamburg. Penney I’a, Jly 14, 6 AM »Pretoria, Jly 21.12.30 PM Belgravia, July 17,9 AM'Palatia, Jly 28. b.30 AM PARIS HOTEL ACCOMMODATION reserved if secured before departure Hamburg:-American Line, 3, B way,«.«» AMERICA^ LINE. newF Calling Westbound at Cherbourg. Sailing Wednesdays at 10 A. M. St. Paul........July l£|New„YQ,rk......,5 St. Louis........July 25! St. Paul........Aug.    15 tWesternland....Aug. list. Louis.......Aug. tSaillng at Noon. RED STAR LINE. NEW YORK—ANTWERP—PARIS. Every Wednesday at 12 noon. Friesland.......July lSIWedferniand----Aug. 1 •Southwark......July 25|*Kfcnsir.gton.., --Aug. » •These steamers carry cabin and tmra-ciass passengers at low rates.    ___ INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPANY, Piers 14 and 15, N. R. Offices. 73 Broadway. TRAVELERS’ GUItDE- RAlLUOADS. Pehhsylvjouji RAILROAD.. STATIONS FOOT OFWEST TWENTY-THIRD STREET AND DIfSBROSSES AND CORTL A N D'ff STR BETS. P’The leaving tinse from Desbrossea and Cortlandt Streets is five lu inn tea later than that given below for Twenty-third Street Station, except where otherwise noted. 7;,%5 A. MU—FAST MAIL.—Limited to two Buffet Parlor Cars New York to Pittsburg. Sleeping Car Pittsburg to Chicago. No Coaches to Pittsburg. 9:25 A. M.—FAST LINfc'.-Pittsburg and Cleveland, 9:55 A. M.—PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED.-Puit-man Compartment Sleeping, Dining, Smoking, and Observation Cars. ; For Cnicago, Cleveland* Toledo, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Louis' llle, St. Louis.    _ AND ST. LOUIS EXi 3 81-*1 ■eL oirt. 118 oqL_ 70 70 FER^CLiFF HOTEL, GREENWOOD LAKE, N. Y. 30 large new rooms, 45 miles via Erie Railroaa, 1 000 fret elevation. First-class appointments Vni» cuisine. Ideal lake, mountain, and fishing resort E. J. DICKSON WHITESIDE. 31 West 26th St.    .    .    _    _ 50th Street. ‘The approximate amount of the Hen or charge to satisfy which the above-described property U to be sold ¡»-$10,494 44, with interest thereon from nineteenth day of June, 1900, costs and allowances amounting to $380.24, with interest from June 19th, 1900, together with the expenses of the sale. The. approximate amount of taxes, assessments, or other liens which are to be allowed to the purchaser out of the purchase money or paid by the referee ix $380 and lnDated New York, June 21. EDGAR M. LEVENTRITT, Referee, j e25-2a w6w M & Th& jy 17 ATLANTIC TRANSPORT LINE. NEW YORK—LONDON. MESABA  ......................... Julj    If MANITOU...............................July    H MENOMINEE...........................July    " ..........................Au». 4 MaRQUETTE .......  v ALL MODERN STEAMERS, LUXURIOUSLY FITTED WITH EVERY CONVENIENCE ALL STATEROOMS LOCATED AMIDSHIPS ON UP- P!?pItECKCSABIN PASSEN GERS C FROM NEW YORK TO FEN CHURCH STREET «TATION. LONDON. FOR $05.00 EACH AND UPWARD. APPLY I BROADWAY. Cincin-go, St. - Pittane, SU ir Chi- WHITE STAR LINE. NEW YORK—QUEENSTOWN—LIVERPOOL. Cymric,July 18,10:30 'AM ¡Teutonic.. Aug. 15, Noon Germanic..July 25, Noon Cymric.. Aug 21, Noon Majestic. ..Aug. 1. Noon Get manic. Aug. 22, Noon Oceanic, Aug. 8.8:30 PM Majestic. .Aug. 29, Noon For passage, freight, and general Information apply to    WHITE    STAR    LINK, Pier 48 North River, Office 9 Broadway, N. Y. 1:55 P. M.—CHICAGO PRESS.—For Toledo, Nashville, nati and Louisville,) Indianapolis, Louis. 5:55 P. M.-ST. LOUIS EXPRESS.-• burg, Columbus, Indianapolis, Loui Louis.    ;    . 5:55 P. M.—WESTERN EXPRESS.-cago. For Toledo, exejept Saturday. 7:55 P. M.—PACIFIC; EXPRESS.—F'*r Pittsburg and Chicago. Fjor Knoxville daily, via Shenandoah Valley Roiiste. Connects for Cleveland except Saturday. S¡«5 P. M.—CLEVELAND AND CINCINNATI-EXPRESS.—For Pittsburg, Cleveland, Cincm- n WASHINGTON AND THE SOUTH. 7:55, 8:23, 8:55, 10:10, (Desbrosses and Cor- land* Streets, 10:20,) (Dmipg Car) 10:55 «Dinin* Car) A. M.; 12:55 2:1(0 (Desbrosses and cortlandt Streets, 2:20,)r (3:25 -‘Congressional Lim.,” all Parlor andjDining Cars.) 3:2.», 4:25, (Dining Car,) 4:55, (Dining Car,) 9:25 P. M., 12:10 night. Sunday, 8:25. 8:55, 10:o5 (Plnina Car) A M., 12:55, (3:25 “Congressional Lim., all Parlor and Dining* Care,) 3:25, 4.25, CD in" ing Car,) 4:55 (Dining Car,) 9:25 P. M„ 12:1« night.    „ __    T, SOUTHERN RAILWAY.—Express, 3.25. 4:25 P« M., 12:10 night daily.    „ NORFOLK & WESTERN RAILWAY. 1 or Menv* phis and New Orleans. 3:25 P. M. daily. ATLANTIC COAST LINE.—Express, 8 00 A. M* and 9:25 P. M. daily, CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY.-'' .»5 A. .<U and 4:35 P. M. daily. SEABOARD AIR LINE.reExpress 12:55 P. M, and 12:10 night daily..    xr FOR OLD POINT COMFORT and ,MORFOLK.-e 7:55 A. M. week days; and 8:55 P. M. daily. ATLANTIC CITY.—9:53 A. M. and 2:55 P. M-week davs. Through Vesttbuled Trains. Buff** Parlor Cars and Standard Coaches. CAPE MAY.—12:55 P. M. week days. For points on New Yor|< and Long Branch Railroad (from West Twejnty-third Street Station,) 8:55 A. M„ 12:10, (111© Saturdays only,) 2.-5* 2 55 3 25 4:10, 4:55, iand 6:55 P. M. Sunday*, 7:55,’ 9:25 A. M., 4:55 P. M., (from Desbrosse* and'Cortlandt Streets)) 3:30. 9:00 A. M., 12 20, (1:2Q . Saturdays onlyi) 2:30, 3:10, 3:40, 4 -0, 5 10, and 7:00 P. Ml Sundays, 8:15, 9:45 A, M 5:15 P. M. FOR PHILADELPHIA. Cortlandt Streets, _____9:25,    (9:55    Penna.    Lfmlt- < Desbrosses and Cortlandt Streets, 10:55, (Dining Car.) 11:55 Desbrosses and Cortlandt 5, 3:55. 4:25 4 25. (Dining Car,) 4:55, (piniiig Car,) 5:55, (Dining Car.) 7:55,    8:25,    8:55.    9:$5 . P. M-,    12:11V    night. Sundays. 6:10, 7:55, no coaches,) 8:25, 8:55. 9:25. 9:55, t Limited,) ¡9:55, 10:55, (Dining Car.) A. M., 12:55, 1:55, (Dining Car,) 3:25, S:53, 4:25. (Dining Car,) 4:55. (Dining Car ) 5:55. (Dining Car.) 7:55, 8:^5, 8:55, 1^25 P. 5k, 12:10 Ticket offices Nos. 461,1945, 1.196, 1.354, 111, .an*l ANCHOR LINE. To GUigow via Londonderry. From pier 54 North River, foot of West 24 th St. As.oria.. July 14, Noon¡Furnessia.July 28, Noon Ethiopia. .July 21. NooniAnchoria..Aug 11, Noon Cabin passage, $50 and upward. 2d Cabin, $30 to $37.50. Steerage, $23.50 to #25.60. HENDERSON BROTHERa 17 A 19 Broadway. CUNARD LINE. TO LIVERPOOL VIA QUEENSTOWN. From Piers R? and 52 North River Campania.July 14, < PM! Umbria.Aug.4. 11:30 AM Servia... .July 21. 1 PM ¡Campania, Aug. 11. 3 PM Lucania. .Julv 28.4 PM'Etruria..Aug. 18. Noon VERNON H. BROWN A CO.. Gen. Ajgents. 29 BROADWA Y. NEW YORK. 200 S »a t- Í00 s 100 PUBLIC NOTICES. THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 1 DEPARTMENT OF TAXES AND assessments, Stewart Building, 280 -Broadway, July 2d, 1900. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY the Commissioners of Taxes and Assessments that the Assessment Rolls of Real and Personal Fstate In said City for the year 1900 have been fully completed and have been delivered to, and filed with, the Municipal Assembly of said City, and that such- Assessment Rolls wUl remain open to public inspection In the office of said Municipal Assembly for a period of fifteen days from the date of this* notice. Thomas Lr Feitner, President; Edward C. Sheehy. Thomas J. Patterson, Arthur C. Salmon, Ferdinand Levy, COMMISSIONERS of V TAXES ANVD ASSESSMENTS. LEGAL NOTICES. SARATOGA SPRINGS, , WINDSOR HOTEL. "«h of May to.Iasi of September : W per. day »21 upward- Send for Illustrated souvenir pain «Met R G. SMYTH. Lessee, phleL K. v». saraTOGA SPRINGS. N. Y. P — A STRICTLY REFINED FAMILY HOUSE. HOTEL CLIFFTON. Right on Water Front.    BONAIRE,    L.    I. (Post Office address Patchogue. N. Y.) COOLEST RESORT on Great South Bay. Eft BRAND VIEW HOTEL. asSitl ¿ootr.J!oditlon«; well furnished; ,ln*lo 01 suite«; ocean bathing: superior cuisine; or-chestraT rates reasonable. Management of Hotel Richmond. ^Washington. D. C. Thousand Island House. ALEXANDRIA BAY, N. Y. NOW upon. .For    ‘ - N0RMAND1E-BY-THE-SEA. Normandie, rtear Seabright, N. J. Bpocla.    fam"y F^blNANS p" KAR7.E. P%0n°t S'/1 pr”Xbond°9“ andProS'8. Ppin": . FOU^S nire water P grand scenery, shady US* ¿nd dri es Cuisine high class Long. iSnce ’phone    E.    L.    HOOKER    &    SON. glenwood and^ottages xN ?rsiisa&saaL v? BANKRUPTCY NOTICES. UNITEDSTATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE Southern District of New York.—JONAH R. COLE, bankrupt. Notice is hereby given that Jonah R. Gole, bankrupt, has filed his petition, dated JjjlyJM; 1900, praying for a discharge from all his debts in bankruptcy, jtnd that all creditors and other persons are ordered to attend at the upon said petition before the . Hon. Addison Brown. United States District Judge, In the United States Court House and Fost Ofrbre Building, in the City and County of New York, on Wednesday, July 25th, 1900, at 10.30 A М.. and then and there show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said petiticner should not be granted, and also attend the ex-ami nation of    ‘^RBNTISS. Referee in Bankruptcy. New York, July 11th, 1900.    ___ No. 2572.-UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT for the Southern District of New    *** the matter of ELWOOD S. HAND, bankrupt. Notice is hereby given that Llwobd s. Hand, bankrupt, has filed his petition, dated Jul> 1Й00 praying for a di^ciiarge from all foi® %ь\Г1п bankruptcy, and that all creditors aud other'persons are ordered to attend at the bear-ing upon said petitio» before the Hon.. Aduison Brown United State« District Judge, in the United States Court House and Post ОШ<ге Hhilding in the City and County of New York, on July 25 1900, at 10:30 A. М., and then and there show cause, if any they have, why the braver of said petitioner should not be granted, and also attend the examination of the bank- rU MACGRANE COXE, Referee in Bankruptcy. New York, July II. 1900-    _ NkT2554.-UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT tor the Southern District of New Fork.-In the matter of DAVID .LINKER, bankrupt. Notice is hereby    given that    David    Llnser. bankrupt, has filed    his petition,    dated June    19. 1900 oraying for    a discharge from    нЛ    hie debts in bankruptcy and that aH creditore and other peraons are ordered to aGena a» the «ear Ing upon said petition before the Hon. Brown. United States District    Judge    in    he United States Court House and pR,3t Building, in the City-ana County of New York on July 25, 1900. at 10:30    М.,    and then and there show cause, if any they have, why .tbe prayer of said petitioner should not be granted, and also attend »he examination of the bank* rU MACGRANE COXE, Refer«« In Bankruptcy. , New York July 11« I#QQ. The approximate amumij w to satisfy which the above-described property is to be sold is $42,688.74,' with interest thereon from the 11th 'day of June, 1900, together with costs and allowances amounting to $442.95, with Interest from June 11th, 1900, together with the expenses of the sale. The approximate amount o" taxes, assessments, or * other liens which are to be allowed to the purchaser out of the curchase money or paid' by the referee is $968.65 and interest.    JOHN H. JUDGE, Referee. Dated New York, June 22, 1900. je25-2aw3wM&Th&jyl7 SUPREME COURT, COUNTY OF NEW YORK, -WE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS, plaintiff; against JACOB OPPENHEIMER and others, ^ In pursuance of a judgment oif foreclosure and sale duly made and entered In the above-entitled action and bearing date the 24th day of May, 1900 I the undersigned* the referee in said judg-men’t named, will sell at public auction at the Efw York Real Estate Salesroom, No 111 Rroadway in the Borough of Manhattan, City of New York, on the 12th day of July. 1900, |^12 o’clock noon on that day, by Herbert A. bh*r-man auctioneer, the premises directed oy said Judgment to be sold, and therein described as ^AU*that certain piece or parcel of land situate on the northerly side of Twenty-seventh Street, In the Borough of Manhattan and City of New York, bounded and described as follows. Commencing at a point on the northerly side of West Tw enty-seventh Street opposite the centre of a nartv wall, which point Is distant one hundredand five feet ten inches, more or less, easterly from ♦ h<= northeasterly corner of Twenty-seventh Street nn.l Seventh Avenue, and running thence northerly and nearly parallel_ With Seventh- Avenue nartly through the centre of the raid party wall Revfntv feet two inches; thence westerly and nearly parallel with Twenty-seventh Street twenty-seven feet eight inches; thence southerly and nearly parallel with Seventh Avenue and partly through a party wall seventy feet two inches, more or less, to the northerly side of Twenty-seventh Street, and thence easterly twenty-eight feet four Inches to the place of beginning Be-in*- a portion of the premises conveyed by James Curran to the party of the first part by deed bearing date the first day of November, 1872, and recorded in the office of the Register of the cuv and County of New York on the 13th day of November 1872, in Liber 1,226 of Conveyances, P Together with the appurtenances and also all ♦hi. estate and rights therein which the said mortgagors had at the time of the delivery and r**IM»gran 1*0^said property: Street No. 161 West 27th Street: N 27.8 28.4 ^05 10 to oentre of easterly party wall.! Twenty-seventh Street. a r proximate amoupt of lien to satisfy which tS ifto be sold is $11.288.75, with Interest from May 24th, I960; expenses of action, $5H 93 with Interest from June 15th, 1900, and of sale. Approximate amount of the taxej etc , to be paid by referee, $2.992.31 and !ni)ated New York. *19th day of Juno. 1900. AUGUSTUS H- VANDERPOEL, Referee. J MAY HEW WAINWRIGHST. Plaintiff’s Attor-nev 40 Wall Street, Borough of Manhattan, City of New York. Je2Q-2aw3wW&FAjyl2 THE NEW YORK TIMES. " All the New# That’« Fit to Print.” IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORpER OF HON-orable Frederick Smyth, one of the Judges of the Supreme Court for the County of New York, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against THEODORE H. PRICE, M ILL-J\M G. McCORMICK, WALTER W. PRICE, and RALPH G. M. STUART-WORTLEY, as copartners, lately doing business in the City of New York, under the firm name of PRICE, McCORMICK & COMPANY, to present the same, with the vouchers thereof duly verified, to the subscriber, William J. Curtis, who has been duly appointed assignee of the said assignors for the benefit of their creditors at his office No. 45 Wall Street, in the Borough of Manhattan. In the City of New York, or» or before the 19th day of September, 1900.—Dated New York, June 23, 1900. WILLiAM J. CURTIS, Assignee. WILLIAM NELSON CROMWELL. Attorney for Assignee, 45 Wall Street, New York City, N. Y. NOON, MARÍA In pursuance of an order of Hon Abner C. Thomas, a Surrogate of the County of New York, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against MARIA J. NOON, late of the County of New York, deceased. to present the saftie, with vouchers thereof, to the subscribers at their place of transacting business, at the office of Frank M. Hard-enbrook, their attorney, No. 120 Broadway,- in the Borough of Manhattan, City of New \ ork, on or before the 17th day of December nexU-Dated New York, the 7th day of June.1900. JULIA F HAYNES, MARY C. CAMERON, Executrices. FRANK M. HARDENBROOK, „ Attv. ■ for Executrices, 120 Broadway, Borough of Manhattan, New York City, N. Y. Je7-law6mTh__________________ PAINE, RUBY TILDEN.—The people of the State of New York, by the grace of God free and independent, to George H. Tilden, Emily R. Tilden, George Alfred Tilden, Alfred Mosher Tilden, Henry Augustus Tilden, Caroline B. Whittlesey, William Augustus Whittlesey, Jr., Susan Tilden Whittlesey, Granville Egbert Whittlesey, Willis S. Paine, Waldo Grant Morse as executor of and trustee under the last w'lll and testament of RUBY TILDEN PAINE deceased; Samuel J. Tilden, -A-Uk'í3t,8^ X, I?“ Henrietta T. Blatcbford, Lizzie Cfbuld. Fannie King, Marv Nealon, Ruby Tilden Carpenter, Susan T. S?bin, Elizabeth Tilden Sabin. Charles Dwight Sabin, Jr., Trustees of the Cemetery ot New Lebanon, New York; Trustees of the Congregational Church Seciety of New Lebanon. New York; the Methodist Episcopal Society for Foreign Missions, the Comptroller of the City of New York. Atlanta University for Colored Students. Atlanta, Georgia; Annette Spalding, Henrv Tilden Swan, Countryman & Du Bois, the American Surety Company, and to all persons Interested In the estate of Ruby Tlld.n Paine, late of the County of New York, deceased, as creditors, legatees, next of Kin, or otherwise, send greeting. You and each of you are hereby cited ana required personally to be and appear béi.:>re our Surrogate of the County of New York, at the Surrogates’ Court of said County, held at the County Court House in the County of New York, on the 17th day of July, 1900. at half-past ten o’clock in the forenoon of that day, then and there to attend in the matter of the petition of Willis S. Paine for leave to resign as one of the executors of and trustees under the last will and testament of Ruby Tilden Paine, deceased, and that the letters testamentary heretofore issued to him as one of the executors of and trustees under the last will and testament of Ruby TBden Paine, deceased, may be revoked, and that he may be discharged as such executor and trustee and his bond canceled; also for a judicial settlement of the account of proceeding of Willis S. Paine as one of the executors or and trustees under the last will and testament of said deceased, and such of you as are hereby cited as are under the age of twenty-one years are required to appear by your guardian, if you have one, or If you have none, to appear ana apply for one to be appointed or In the event or your neglect or failure to do so, a guardian ^dl be appointed by the Surrogate to represent and act for you in the proceeding. In testimony whereof, we have caused the seal of the Surrogates’ Court of the said Countv of New York, to be hereunto affixed. Witness, Hon. Abner C. Thomas, a Surrogate of our said county, at the County of New York, the 11th day of Mav in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hunáred.    J-    FAIRFAX McLAUGHLIN. Clerk of the Surrogates* Court. jel-1 xw6wF&jyl2 JAPAN-CHINA Hawaii and Philippine islands PACIFIC MAIL 9. S. CO. OCCIDENTAL AND ORIENTAL S. S. v-O. TOYOKISEN KAISHA. Between San Francisco, Honolulu. Yokohama, Kobe, Nagasaki, Shanghai. Hong Kong. Steamers leave San Francisco at 1 P. M. Rio de Janeiro..July «(AMERICA MARI,Aug.3 COPTIC.........July    20|PEKING.......Aug.    lx For freight, passage, and general Information apply at 349 Broadway, or 1 Battery Place, Wash. Bldg.. and 287 Broadway. N. Y. city. SUBROGATE ÄOTICES. ADLER, MILLARD F.-In pursuance of an order of Hon. Frsuik T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate of the County of New York, notice is hereby given to ail persons having claim» against MIILARD F. ADLER, late of the County oi New Yoik, deceased, to present the same with vouchers thereof- to the subscriber, at his placs of transacting business», Room 806. No. 132 sau Street, Borough of Manhattan, in the city of Now Fork, on or before the 20th day of Oc-tctxir next. Ex&ted New York, the lath day ot Apr». 1900. LEON N. ADLER. ExecqWT. RNNEVER & TRAUTMANN. Attorneys for Executor, (Room 800) 132 Nassau Street, Borough of Manhattan, New York City. apl2-lawCrnTh ALLING, ASA A.-In pursuance of an order of Hon Abner C. Thomas, a Surrogate of the County of New York, notice is hereby given to all parsons having claims against ASA A. ALLING late of the County of New York, deceased. Individually, or as a member of the firm of Kenne-son, Crain & Ailing, to present the same, with vouchers thereof, to the suDserikxer, a.t her place of transacting business, No. 11 William S.reet. In the City of New York, on or before the first dav of December next.—Dated New York, the «3d day of May 1900. LOUISE FLOYD ALLING, Executrix. THOMAS C. T. CRAIN, Attor ney for Executrix. 11 WlUiam Street Borough of Manhattan, New York City.    m>24-lawuixiTh ALTHAUSE SARAH M.—In pursuance of an order of Hon. Frank T. FPzgerald. a Surrogate of the County of New York, bearing dstte the ltth day of April. 1900, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against SARAI! M. *T.'T'HAUSB, late of the County of New »ork, deceased to present the same with vouchers thereof to the subscriber at his place ot tranj-actimr business, at the office of S. B. Altnause % To Nc 101 Thompson Street, in the Borough of Manhattan, in the City of New York, on or ulfnr* the first day of November next.—Dated New York the 25th day of April, 1900. WALTON C. ALTHAUSE. Administrator. ap»26-law6mTh [L. S.] PANAMA RAILROAD S. S. LINE For COLON, connecting with lines to Port Limon, Savanilla Oarthagena, PANAMA. SAN FRANCISCO and PACIFIC PORTS OF CENTRAL AMERICA MEXICO. AND SOUTH AMERICA. RATES NEW YORK TO SAN FRANCISCO: CABIN. $106.....  STEERAGE,    $40 Steamers sail from Pier foot of West 27th St.,NVY. ADVANCE, Juiy 17,1 PM FINANCE, July -4,1 PM Battery Park Building. 21-24 State St. R. L. WALKER. Traffic Manager. 6:10 (Desbrosses and 7:25, 7:55. 8:25. 8 55. ed,) 10:10, 10:20.) (Dining Car,) A. M.. 12:55, 2:10, Streets, 2:20,) 2:55, 3 261 Broadway; 1 Astor House; third Street Station, and static brosses an! Cortlandt Streets; 86(» Fulton Street, 98 Broadwa; vania Annex Station,! Brooklyn sev City. The New ¡Turk Tra will call for and chkek bagga and residences through to destl Telephone “ 914 "Eighteenth Stree vania Railroad Cab Service. J. B. HUTCHINSON,    J General Manager. J General ■enty- Des- ¡treet* msyl- Jer- np&ny hotel* m syl- *nt. NEW YORK CENTRAL, Tríína arrivp and d ?nart from Grand Cent, al •part from York, as & 1000 : «Syracuse Locai ^tate Expr Mail.. Montrea Express. York. 2П - i A1 . *6: . *10: .110 m. m. m. iru m, m. •1:30 p. m. d”.tl0:40 a. m. til :lo a. m.  12:00 p. m. .... "ЮЛЮ a. m. MAINE STEAMSHIP CO. DIRECT LINE TO PORTLAND. MAINE. Connecting with ail railroad and steamship lines" to all Summer Resorts. Steamships “ Horatio Hall ” (new) and ** Manhattan ” leave Pier No 38 E. R.. foot of Market Street, every Tuesday. Thursday, and Saturday at 5 P. M. Steamers fitted with every modern Improvement for the comfort and convenience of passengers. Ticket offices No. 290 Broadway, corner of Reade St . and general office. No. 222 South St. opposite the Pier. HORATIO HALL. G, T. M.. 222 South Street OLD DOMINION LINE. DAILY SERVICE. For Old Point Comfort, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Pinner’s Point, Newport News, and Richmond, Va., connecting for Petersburg, Richmond, Virginia Beach, Washington, D. C., and entire South and West. Freight and passenger steamers sail from Fier 20 NR. foot of Beach St.. every week day at 3 P    H.    B.    WALKER.    Traffic    Manager. Short Route to the Pari» Exposition, snort j5[QLLAND AMERICA LINE. New York.—Rotterdam. Amsterdam via Botj-logne-sur-mer, 3^4 hours’ distant from either Paris or London. New twin-screw steamers Potsdam, »tatendam and Rotterdam; Summer rate 1st class, $75 ana utward; 2nd class, $45 and up. All other steamers carry one class of cabin pasaengersumlv $55 and up. Apply to HOLLAND AMERICA LINE. 39 Broadway. Trains arrive and Station, 42d Street, Ne Leave New York. t7 :5\> a. m.Adirondack *8:00 a. m. t8:30 a. m...Empir *8:45 a. m........Fas 19:40 a. m.Saratoga i 110:30 a. m.......L>a. 111:30 a. m.....Rutland    »express.. •100 p. m. ..Southwestern Limited 111:30 p. m......Albany Local . . 1:50 o. m.“The Sarajtoga Limit *2:00 p. m..N. Y. & Chicago Spe< §3:20 p. m.”The Saratoga Limit T3:30 p. m ... Albany Fiver ,...... •3:35 p. m......Albany    Special...... •4:00 p. mDetroit    Special. ..... *5 30 p. m..The Lake Khore Limited. *5:30 p. m St. Lotfis Limited..... • *6:00 p. m Western Express...., *0:25 p. m Northern Express .... *7 u. m. Adirondack & Montreal Ex. *8:00 p. m..Pan-American Express.. ’ •9 20 p. m..Buffalo & S. W Special.. •9:30 p. m Pacific Express...... 112:10 a. m Mldnidht Expresä....;. *Dalv. tDaily, excejpt Sunday. JDai Monday. §Daily, excejpt Saturdays and i I Saturdays    Fn    DIVISION. 0-12 A. M. and 3:35 P{ M. Daily", cxcer to Pittsfield. Sundays only at 9:20 A. Pullman Cars op all through trains Trains illuminate I with Pintsch Light. Ticket offices at 113] 261, 41;>. and l.-lo Broad« wav 25 Union Sq. West, 275 Columbus Ave., 133" West 125th St.. l£5th St. Station, and .38th St Station, New Ÿcrfe; 338 and 726 Fulton St., and 106 Broadway. Ej D.^ Brooklyn.    v . Telephone ” 900 3% 'Street “for New To It Central Cab service, iiaggace checked from hote. or residence by VVestdott Express < omrany GEORGE H. DANIELS, Gen. passenger Agent. 45 *7:2o 27 m. m. m. m. m. 00 a. . except Sundays. Sunday, M. TRAVELERS’ GUIDE—RAILROADS. PETH JOHN.—In pursuance of an order ^ of Hon’Frank T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate of the County of New York notice is    iiven    to all persons having claims against JOH><aPETE; late of the County of New V ork, deceased to nresent the sathe with vouchers thereof to the subscriber, at her place of transacting business at the office of Foley, Wray & Taylor, No. <1 Wall Street, in the City of New York, on °r fore the 24th day of December next.-Dated New York the 20th day of June. 1^. EL^ABETH PETH, Administratrix. FOLEY. WRAY & TAY tor Attorneys for Administratrix» 71 mSjtotSZo N.w Tom.    1,81-lawamTh RUTTER. JOHN R — In pursuance of an order of Hon. Abner C. Thomas, a Surrogate of the County of New York, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against JOHN R. kl’TTER late of the County of New York, ue-ceased. ti present the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, at her place of transacting business, at the office of Davies. Stone & ws »■ ttKS Ll°9.htbeaySof iS.VffTS? BlATRICE BAIRD RUTTER, Administratrix with the will annexed of the goods, chattels, and credits which were of John R. Rutter, deceased. DAVIES, STONE & AUERBACH, Attorneys for Administratrix, &c.. No. 32 Nassau St., Borough of Manhattan. City of New York. mylO-lawCraTh      _ SHOAFF. THOMAS B.—In pursuance of an order of Hon. Abner C. Thomas, a Surrogate of the County of New York, notice is hereby eiren to all persons having claims against 1HOMAS B. SHOAFF, late of the County of New York, deceased, to present the same, with voucfiers thereof, to the subscriber, at its oft ice, at No. 66 Broadway, In the Borougn of Manhattan, city of New York, ofi or before the 25th day of September next.    •    .    .    _ Tiot.H New York, the 22d day of March, A. D. KNICKERBOCKER TRUST COMPANY, DAVIES, STONE & AUERBACH. Executor. Attorneys for Executor.    _    __ No 32 Nassau Street. Borough of Manhattan. City of New York. mh22-law6mTh&s21 aWDERSON. FREDERICK L.—In pursuance of an order of Hon. Abner C. Thomas, a Surrogate county of New York, notice is hereby ÿviSVaî? peLon. having claim, again« FRSD-KRICK L. ANDERSON, late ot Tuceon. County of Pima Sta*.« of Arizona, deceased, to4>rese.nt the same, with vouchers thereof, to the sub-scr -er. at his place of transacting business, at the office of Messrs. Nicoli. AnabTe^ & Lindsay. No. 31 Nassau Street, in the City of New York, on or before the 1st day of October n«tt.-Dated New York, the 21st day of March, 1900. MAU-RITZ F. WESTERGREN, Administrator. NIC-OLL. ANABLE & UNDSA^Attorncj-. Ior A4-minlatrator, 81 Naasau St., N««f «ori, City« »fe#2-I«w8mTh BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R. FOR THE WEST. T.eave New York, foot of Liberty Street; South Ferrv (Whitehall Terminal) 5 minutes earlier. •Daily    * Except Sunday.    §Sundays. CHTCAGO, *4:30 A. M., (Liberty Street only.) *1-30 p. M.. and *12.15 night. PITTSBURG, *4:30 A. M., (Liberty Street nnlv V*3 00 R M.. *7:00 P. M„ and 1215 night. CINCINNATI, ST. LOUIS. *10:09 A. M.. *7.00 P M-. ’l2R1(’,^iBLht- BLUE TRAINS. WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE. 18:00. *10 00, (Diner > *11:30 A. Mx, (Diner,) tl:00 P. M., Diner’) *1:30. (Diner.) .. :00, (“Royal Llmlt-“ exclusively Pullman T-ain, Diner and Café,) ta-OO (Diner.) *7:00 P. M . (Diner.) aixd *12:13 niaht NORFOLK, 11:00 P. M. ,ii 'trains are Illuminated with Pintsch Light. Office« 113 172. 261, 434, 1,300 Broadway, 25. Union Su W., 127 Bowery, N. Y.; 339 Fulton Sr., Brooklyn; Whitehall Terminal and Liberty St. Baggage checked from hotel or residence to destination. - ÑÉWYÓRK, ONTARIO & WESTERN RY. Trains leave West 42d St. Ferry aa follows i°o minutes earlier from Frankl.n St.:) Dav Express to Oswego ............ 8:00 A. M. Mountain Express to Sidney..........12.. -5 Noon •Saturday Half Holiday to Rockland.. 1:00 P. M. Vestibule Limited to Rockland 3.1oP. M. IChlcago Limited to Western points.. 6:00 P. M. 1 Sunday Special to Middletown 9:15 A. H- ' ‘Saturdays only. JDaily. 1 Sundays only. Tickets and parlor car seats at 371, 945. and 1 354 Broadway: 737 Gth Aw., 245 Columbus Ave., 153 East 125th St., 273 West 125th St., Nrew York; 4 Court St., 860 Fulton St., 98 Broadway, Brooklyn. To Atlantic City via Lakewood Central R, R. of New Jersey’s SPECIAL EXPRESS 3 HOURS AND 8 MINUTES is now in operation on w«ek days only. This Fplendidly equipped íráin, composed of nrlor tars, new vestibuled coaches, and draw?t by hard-coal burning, giant compound engines, leaves New York, foot of Liberty St.. at 3:40 P. M. and South Ferry 3:35 P. M’.. arriving Atlantic City 6:48 P. M. Leaves Atlantic City 8:S0 A. M., arriving New York 11:40 A. M. =--:—    ■    1    ~~~~— ---- • é» SURROGATE NOTICES. LEHIGH VALLEY. Button» foot of West'23rd, Cortlandt and.Desbrosse» Btreets (Pehna. K. ii. Ferrle* * Time West ‘¿3rd Strdet. Other figures Cortlandt or-Desbrosses Streets, t jDally except Sunday. Other trains daily, v Sunday 4 55 p.m. t Sunday *>.45 a^.m. e Sunday s.IS'a.m. x Sunday 6.15 p.m. y Sunday j.1# p m z Sunday7.15 a m. s Sunday 7.55 a.m.    r* t ■7.10, 4.‘20 A. M. Local for EASTON. ' •sS.lO, eH.‘20 A. M. For BUFFALO, NIAGARA FALLSand West, and! principal local points. Pariof and Dining Cars. Conhecta for Coai 1*11.35 l’i.OO Nqon. BLACK DIAMOND-EXPRESS ” Handihfliest trafu In the worlch Llm* lted to seating capacity Due Buffalo 9.56 F M.; connecting with tnrou^’h Sleepers to Detroit and Cnicago. DhUng Car aervlve a I. W WILKB.B.Bf E f iHSCKANm Goal Iteglon* t 3»S3, 4# 10 P. "• / and intesc.edlatv poinu. T*5.18, v5.20 P.M. Local for MATCH CHUNK •5.53, x6.10 I". M. Chicago Veitibme Limited» For Niagara Falls a:.d pointaWest Through Site ping Cars to Chicago and Toronto.    Rrr *7 35 8.00 P- M. Exposition Express for BLi« FALO connecting for tOHDNTO. *8.33. 9.00 P M; For ITHACA. ROCHESTER, BUFFALO and "^est. Sleeping Ca^ to ^.cago SOUTH PLATNFIEljp and BOUM) BBOO<v. locals, daily except Sunday    9.40    A. M. 4.10, 4.A, -ip vW 6.20, *9/^5 and 9.30 P. Ml;    . Tickets and Pulimaniaccommodationaat llS 2«, »5,945 and 1S54 Broad wav, 25 Union Square W^, Columbus Ave., N. Y.;j88i Folton 8t. i Court St., 98 Broadway and Annex    Brooklyn. , N. Y. Transfer Co. will call i°rr_ail.ffn/n from hotel or residence through to destlsa io--_ TRAVELERS’ ¿HIDE—STEAMBOATS« Hudson River by Daylight. Palatial Day Steamers “New York’ and Albany. * Fas‘est and finest] river boats in the world. " DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY. For the Catskills. Albany, Saratoga, and all points East,! North, and West. Leave Brooklyn, Fulton St., (by Annex,) 8:00 A.M. ** Desbrosses St.] Pier  .......B.40 •• West 22d St. Fier.   ’“if 1 I and’ng at Yonkers, West Point, Newburgh, Poughkeepsie, Kingston Point, Catskill. Hudson, and Albanv. Through tickets on sale at leading ticket offices, inclu-Jing those of the New York Transfer Co., who check baggage from resldenc« CONCERTS >1 ORVIVGS A AFTERNOONS. MONTAUK STEAMBOAT CIJ., LTD. and $ag Harbor. steamers Will lea4e Pier 13 E. R., near foot Wall.St daily (exctept Saturdays and Sundays) t g.«o p —on Saturdays at 1:00 P. M. Th« steamer leaving on] Tuesdays. Thursdays, an-! Saturdays does not stop at Southold. On Mondays the Iteamer “ Shinnecock will leave Pier 13 E. H . at 8:00 A M.; returning leave Sag Harbor a] 5:00 P. M. Excursion tickets $2 00, good only bn the day, sold._ CATSKILL evening line. Steamers ONTEOHA and KAATERSKiLL leave foot of Christopher St. every week, day at 6 SP'tu¥days, ONTEORA at #1:30 P. M. and KAATERSKILL atj 6-P. *M.    c , . ... Trains for Cairo, PaLnvilIe. O is . unmit, Haines Corners, and Tannersvliie connwt. FARE NEW YORK TO TAN N EKSV ILLE, $2.-00. Descriptive Folded mailed fre WHEREAS, THE UNDERSIGNED INTENDS to apply for letters of administratlon of the goods, chattels, and credits of GEORGE H. B.kRRF. debeaaed, under the provisions of the last two sentences of Section 2,664 of the Lode of Civil Procedure: now, therefore, in pursuance of an order of the Surrogates’ Court of the Countv of New York, all creditors and persons Kving claims against the said GEORGE H. BARRE, deceased, and against his estate, ate hereby notified to present the same to the Surrogate of the County of New York, at his office in the County Court House, in the Borough of Manhattan, in the City of New York, on or be-,or. July »0. 1WM-U*t.d lun,^. ¿W0BAiws, ja2#-8»w4wThAFAiu26 Hudson River STeamer Mary Powell. RGH 45.) ) for ALL. York DEMPSEY, THOMAS CHARLES —In pursuance of an order of Hon. Abner C. Thomas, a Surrogate of the County of New YorK nptice is j hereby given to all persons fcavfffv claims j against THOMAS CHARLES- DEMPSEY, late of the State cf Georgia, deceased, to present j the ssm» with vouchers thereof to the subscriber, at her place of transacting business, to wit, at the office of Richards* & Heald, Esqs., No. HI Broadway, in the City of New York, on or before ; the 20th day of September* next.—Dated New ; York, the 14th day of March. iUOo.    - LILLIAN L DEMPSEY, Executrix. RICHARDS & HEALD, Attorneys for the Executrix. 141 Breadway, Borough of Manhat- ; tan, New York City.    mhl5-law6mTli    1 Leaving Desbrossijs St., 3:15, West 22d St.. 3:3ojP. M., (sad CRANSTONS, WEST .POIN NEWBURGH. NEW HA MB I PO’KEEPSIE, HYDE PARK KINGSTON. Orchestra on b< Transfer Co. sell titket and check baggage from your residence to destination. Albany Evening Line Steamers ADIRONDACK or DEAN RICHMOND leave Pier fi2. North River, foot of Canal Street, at 6 P. M. diily, «Sundays except *d.) making direct connections with trains North, East, and West. Saturday night steamer connects with Sunday" morning train for Saratoga, xvonn Creek. Caldwell, aiid steamer on Lake George. HUDSON AND GCXSACKIE BOATS Leave foot of Cl at 6 P. M., corme< Also, Saturdays, P. M. for Cat ski il ristopher St. every Week day ting with B. Jc A. It. Ff. steamer ONTEORA at 1:3<I with Annex for Hudae*. ;