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THE SUN, FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1915,
RIDDER SUES HEARST
PAPER FOR $250,000
Chnrfros "Anierlcnn" Libelled
Him In Article About War
CITES GERMAN VIEWS
TTermAn rudder, tsubllsher of 'th
Btaals-Zeltung, nlnl suit In the Supreme
Court yesterday against the, Ktar Coin.
P.ny. publlx'-cr of the New York Ameri
can, tor 1250,000 ilamiigen for libel. The
suit U bated on a pane, story In tliv
American of M-ty .10 last to t:e effect
lhAt, wlille .Mr. IUdder has been op
posing; vlsoroiiely the shipment from this
country of munitions of war for the
Allien the. plant of the International
Typesetting1 .Machine Company, which
Mr. Itlilder rontroUeil when It went Into
the hands of a receiver Inst December,
wag carrying out a contract for aero
pirn for the Ilrltlsh (lovernmcnt.
The complaint states that at all times
Mr, Jtldder haa been "an American citi
zen of German descent and prominent
In society and circles composed of Oer
man rubjecti and American citizens of
Gernun decent," and that he hu been
a member of various clubs composed of
tiuch persons. In addition to being presi
dent of the .Vein Yorker Staalt-Xettunp
and the Abenttblatt iler Sew Yorker
Mr. IUdder states that on numerous
oooaalons both In his newspapers and
otherwise ho 1ms "publicly uportcd and
nympartJied with the Imperial Gov
eminent of Germany In the war now
existing1 between the said Imperial Gov
ernment of Germany and her utiles and
the Government of England and her al
lies." He says th.it by publication In
hla newspapers and otherwise he has
'publicly protested agalnet the export 3f
arms and ammunition and war supplies
by the manufacturers of the United
BtJ.tes to England or allied countries
for use against t'.-.o army and navy ot
th, Imperial Government of Germany
and her allies In tin war now existing.
and has publlcy advocated by puduch
tlon and othorwlee the enactment by
Congress of such laws a will prevent
the "aid export of said arms and am.
munition nnd war supplies."
The oompUInt states that Mr. Ridden
has always been "sincere and earnest In
hla support and symaptny wic.-i m-
BPcrUl Government of cr"f1' J
exDorutlon of arnii and munitions ar
In the advocacy of laws to prevent sucn
Mr. IUdder says the defendant, well
knowlnc these facts, published the al
leged libellous matter concerning him.
Including his picture. In a prominent patt
of tho Americnn, and "falsely charge!
that the plaintiff was Insincere In his
said support, sympathy, protest and ad
vocacy, and was a hypocrlto and a pro
fessional agitator, and was engaged In
engendering nnd encouraging class and
factional feelings of hatred among the
citizens of the fnlted States, and was
Impelled by sordid and mercenary mo
tives and making money and capital out
Of said war."
Mr. nidder charges that In maklns
uch allegations against him the defend
ant was "actuated by express and actual
inallce and by a desire and design to
Tent Its personnl 111 will and vengeance
and feeling against the plaintiff, and to
ruthlessly Impair, Injure and destroy the
character, reputation and fame of the
The article on which Mr. Kidder bases
RIs suit set forth that ho was president i
of the International Typesetting .Ma
chine Company, imJ his son, Joseph K.
Rldder. was treasurer: that when Krs
ilne Hewitt was appointed receiver last,
December Mr. Rldder stated that the
proceeding was a "friendly action," and
that Joseph U. RldJer hah had a denk In
the otllce of the receiver slm-o the latter
took possession of the bankrupt's plant
In Drooklyn. lt alleged that the plant
has been working on a contract for 1,400
parts for HrltUh aeroplane, and stated
that when Mr. Rlddcr's attention was
brought tu the matter ho disclaimed any
responsibility for the acts of the com
anv after the iccelver was appointed,
and' Fald that oven If tho company did
have a contract with the Hrltlsh Oov-
ernment he was powciless to prevent tn
completion of the contract.
"The company has not, however, I have,
been Informed, m.ido any munitions ot
war up to thla time," Mr. Rldder was
quoted as salng.
STORE BOYS AS "GUARDSMEN."
Pair Arrested for Wearing Uni
form I Army OHlcrr Interested.
The second case within .1 month of
persons not entitled to wear the uniform
Of the National Uuard being on the
street In full uniform was brought to
the attention of the police ester
day afternoon when two order boys from
the Army hik! Navy Cooperuttve om
pany of 1C Kast Korty-eecond street
wero arrested by Patrolman Kdwatd
Uieener of the IVint I'lfty-Hrst etreet
station and arraigned before Maglstiate
Krotel In the Vorkvllle police court.
The boys are Antonio Nervollne, H,
of SIS Kast 117th street and Joepli
Fox, 17, of 32S Kast Fortieth street.
They were represented In court by I.leut,
I,. It. Walton of tho Klghth Coast Artil
lery, N. U. N. V., tho manager of the
Magistrate Krotel ordered the man
ager to take the uniforms from the boys.
The first case of this kind occurred
a month ago when Count Max I.yner of
Austria was arraigned for having the
livery of his chauffeur and footman
similar to tho Held servlco uniform of
the National duard, He was held for
the Court of Special Sessions mid di
rected to outfit his servants ntherwUe.
GREAT YEAR FOR BLUE POINTS.
th liny Oystprmrn Snj nnlny
Jensnn FaMrneil Them.
flATViLLK, 1, I., Aug. h, The Inrge
planters and shipper of Hlue Point oys.
ters are attributing the promising con.
dltlon of their oyster stock to the un
usual abundance of rain tlili summer
The rainfall has so freshened the
water of the (treat Houth Hay as to
produce a fattening effect, and slilppeis
predict that when the shipping season
opens on August )! the 111 110 Minis will
be much superior to thorn of last year.
irni.N nit Kit in mi. in
$1.00 TO ALBANY
lining Union Nrrrlie s la Carle.
TUitoriTii iirKi-.rM ami itAtiiiAur.
CIIIXKKI) III ALL POINTS.
Autna and lluraea at l.nw Hates.
Steamera l.v. ilnlly, I Mir 3d, North Itlver
foot Wet llouaton "t. .'r3U I. M.j Weat
HI St.. n I'. M. 'IVIrntioiie lij'JH Snrlns,
tn. Itoaedale Clmbrla today laav.
wmi n m. iii), wmi 31 bl 10:11.
Mtary, 10U; Con.y I.I., .
Ileekaway, I, Cicuralon tlck.ta, Ite,
Fall River Line
Leave Piar 14, North River, foot Fulton Street, dally, St30 P. M.
Steamers Commonwealth and Priicilla. Orchestra on each.
, Leave Pier 14, North River, foot Fulton Street, daily except
Sunday, 6:00 P. M. Steamer Providence and Plymouth.
$1.00 and $2.00 Outside Staterooms. Inside Staterooms
have Outside Ventilation and Are Always
Cool and Comfortable.
Other Long Island Sound Routes
new nr.nroRn link
To New Bedford and Summer re.ert
on llnaenrd Hey. (ape ('ml and .Mar
tha tlm-jard and Nantucket, str.
MAINE anil NEW IIAMI'MIIIIK. I.e.
l'ler 40, N. II.. foot of llmi.ton St.,
week days onl), :ou P. .M.
l.t. I'ler S. East River, week dT,
ioo V. M, I Nrr 10, K, It., font
East ltd St., week U). Stt.t V. M
Munda). 4 15 P.M. Mr. NACUATVCK.
Tickets. Statcoom. and Information at 11 Broadway, near Cortlandt Street:
alto at N. Y Transfer OfTtcet, Tourlit Office and at Tiers.
The New England Steamship Company
SANDY HOOK ROUTE
The Most Delightful Way to
NORTH JERSEY COAST RESORTS
Itlastle H,bUa(. lest Iraaea, ilkarj Part, Octl.tr.ie,
Illair, Sanaa Lias, Pirnl Pltllltt, tie.
Tka Tlaaat ana l"vsl Itsaeasr. la tie luto
aia aa fsuews:
Lv. N. T.. rttr 11. N. I foot W. ltd Pi . .Mk
dart, I 40, 9 U, 10 M a.m. : 11 30. 1 9C. I IS. 4 II
.44, p.m. Bundar .O0. 10 Co a m.; 1. 00, t..
T.II D m
Lv. N Y . Pi.r IB. M. n . fnnt rd.. St ..W
n. iwvf m. c. iynj nr. VUJM
dri. 1.1S, 10.00. 11. CO a m.i I 00. 2.1C. U. U
t U. 1.10 r m Sunitar f.to. I0.S0 a m i 1 SO, 4..
7.3S p m (11.10 pm. K Loot Ur. only.)
Eccpt Scptobr ttn.
rim Claaa Maala at .alar rrla..
THE ROUND TRIP TO ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS MAY BE MADE ON ALL
STEAMERS EXCEPT THOSE LEAVINO AS FOLLOWS!
from Piar 1, Nf. R. fl W ttn.t St. Wt'k dari
1 D m. Sgndaya 10 Opn
DON'T STAY HOME SUNDAY
Come out on the Hudson River, where
knows why the most popular steamer
To NEWBURGH &
Leaves Pier 32 N. R., Foot Canal St.
West 132nd St. Pier.
fMaaaaaaLariMaVaMai "LT ,'Jt " ---irIiTBliilSalaaaaaTW
MBW&fMXrfw m wtw":Vt-wIW it r'WVi yia j?jitaMsaaWas
KWgKsgtfcaaMMPffyfT1 mmWnjtt'Tir"7iuzX'i &W- rw irPaaaaaaal
Round Trip Fare to Newburgh $1.00.
HUDSON NAVIGATION COMPANY
Lesa e. Pier 32, N. It., 0UW ., M.I W 132d St. Pier. l():0o A. ,M for Newburf. PouiS.
Weep.lr. Klpgaion Point. Allwnv.
Connrctlnc " Nentiurg r Pni,u'hl.eenate with "Trnlan" returning.
ORCHI'l HA DlN.Nfcft A I. A I'ARTK
POUGHKEEPS1E AND RETURN, $1.00
llfDSON NAVIGATION CO.
NEW YOKK AI.IIANV 1IIOV
and the NOKTII.
Dally. Includlnx Hundar,
Capital city l.lnt IMS' aj. .St. n font
ranal m.. a:W I: .!.. W. i32d 3t.. 0:01
P. M. l-eae Troy OjW) p. s Albany
:ou P. M, Kara ' s- 11
WP iS2d kTTi 30 If. H. Le" Albany.
H160 P. M."' rare 3'" one a4u
heat for Ne burgh.
Point and Al
bany leaves Tier :I2.
N. II., ll:3U A. M..
W. ISJd St.. lOino
A. M. Leaves Al
bany. 10:00 A. .M.
Tel. Spring 0100 day
III:!'.!- NKA FlhlllMl NTH. "Il lll."
Dally at 1 A. M. from l'ler I. N II o.M.t.
NO LANDING AT W. 23D ST.
r.itroiii urn ruulliined thai im O.M.V
ticket nRIrp nr the IUIIN Mi;i.MRIK t
CO. Hi VtliM I'jlllll M. Is nil tin. IMIW.N
I OWN Mill: or dM'k.
i.r.wr. Mr.si i'.".irn sihi:i:i
U 111. t Ml. IJ ,111. II .'III M IM III, I ,',.L (HI,
J 15 II 10. 4 1.1. .' IV li III. 7 ill. N 411 I' M.
I. DANK I'lLH I. Mill I II ItlMlll '
II 1.1, Hl'Jl). II M. U' f, 1 r. 'J mi J 1.1, 1
:i no 1 ia ."1 iki 0 1111 1. 111 : i1, mi 11 111 cm .
I.Vi:. M I.III'I.Kt II Si:. ( IIM'.t IM.IMI,
III .VI A M . IV! I -'j. i '.'.V 3 III, 3 .-11. -I
,1 u.v ii 111, 7 to. 7 :.u, n a.v ti vis, ui.to I' M 1
Irlp inarkrd ilne mil gi, in Kilili si, '
Mr "GRAND REPUBLIC"'
l.ti'.VonUeraH Hf, A M Vi .IV111I1 M . u lA M , '
1 IS I'. M . lirr I, X. It,. IM an A M.fjl.lft
1 niirmiiiai urn, 11, u .i'i, ,111 t-,,
Irsnaler fn sltr. "lirsnrl Itrmililli." 1
I'llll Time Tnl.lr- are nil ISMlIC nf Imik
crm-rof Telephone Directories TH Uivtnrh71!,
irAli.a iri9 pn.iiia, i itir lip
Interstate Park Landings I
(AI.O.Ml 'I llr. I'I.S4.II.SI. 1
ATR, KIN41HION Lenvi-a W rj'JIli St. all
1UA,m,,a.di ,m rare j.t rt a. Itounil Irli.
Lvr, llatlery I'ler 111:30. 3 Ulli. Tt-I.llruad 337a.
lobA.MJY UOUKandtlwOCUAN 1 IM P.M.
NEW LONDON LINE
To New London, natch Hill and
Block Island. L, Tier 40. N. It., fool
Houston At., week day., SiM P. M.i
Tier 10, E. R , font K. 12(1 at., :00
V. M. Str. LUWEI.L and CIIAPIN.
NEW HAVEN LINE
To New Haven. Hartford, Springfield.
Lv. I'lrr SS, E, II., near Catharine m
nerk ila. StIS I'. M.I Sunday., Ol.KI
A. M. I.r Pier 10, E. R.. foot Keat IM
HI.. Meek data, 3:00 P. l Sundays.
10:00 A Si, Mr. KICII.UUI PECK,
Th most desirable water rise
about New York
it to Atlantic Highlandt and return
THE PARC OF ONC OOLLAR MAKES
IT THE MOST EXCLUSIVE
Frem Tlar 10. N. It . foot C!ar Slraat VTtak
iaya II, I 10 p m Stm-lart it top m.
the cool breezos blow. Everybody I
on the Hudson is the -Adirondack,"
. . .12 Noon
1:00 P. M.
.SiOO P. M.
Up the Hudson
AH Hervlr lially Cirept Sunday,
Direct Hall Connection, to all points
In the Catakllls. baratosa, the Adiron
dack, tho West and North. All through
rail tlrkrt. between New York and Albany
accepted. Mualc, K rat aura til.
Ileabroaae. Mt., s:4li A. M.: W. 42d St.,
A M . V, 129th ft . fS0 A. M.: Von
kera. IMS A. M.: landlm at Weat Point,
Nenbnrgh, roughkcepale. Klnvaton l'olat.
CataUIII. Itudlon and Albany.
Alan Hc.bro.aea hi., 11:411: W, 43d HI..
I: w. unth t., lO.-aoi Yonker., 10 0
A M , for ilrar Mountain, West I'nlnt.
(.'ornwall, Neialiursh and l'ouiihkeepale
One Day Outings to Pnughkeepsle, New
hurgti, Heat Point or Hear Mountain.
for Hear Mountain. Wen I'olnl. Nsw.
iiurifh. I'oiiBhkeenale. Kingston and way
landlnia, leave. TJe.bro. 8t l:4 V,
V 4-d "t.. a P. M.: w. 129th St..
2 20 1' M.: Yonkera. a:4. P. M. Dsily
eirrpt Hundar. Ideal tmtlnn to Ileur
Mountain and Weat Point, returning by
Mr "HonKitr ri'LTox.1'
Deahroaae. ht. l'ler. Tel. 4141 Hprlng, N. Y
S. S. "NlANDALAY"
Moonlight Sail Up-ihe-Hudson ::,r,fK.
BROADWAY STARS and CELEBRITIES
1 itf'Mny. Thursday ami Hiinilty Mhl
nun, in. iiiaill
I'KANKl.lN, 1''ui.ju iar or Hand
. ii. i.i-t.iiiK linii' ri .'i 1 . , , iiim
I3UI Ml H-:ill 1 M. IIANCIMi rilKi:.
To ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS
.Ni'm lloiite to Jerae Cosat Ke.urt.,
I.w, i.iiai nt :ao A. M.
Uultery l'ler 10.30 A. M,
Allnm!" Illhl' ... ll M
I Slh Una
lllet. In llsltiTy only 7 I". M.
Leave llattrry 3 V. M.
Iit, Morn 43'Jll. Ilr11.ul 170-3283,
from New I'ler 0. East ltlr. font 'aeti
llllp.dally except Sunday, at A P.M. for Connec.
tlcut KlTsr landing. Write for bummer folder.
ON THE HUDSON
I A DAY'S PLEASURE
Lake Hopatcong $1.00
Lt. W. iii St. 8.50; Liberty St. COO a.m.
Jacksso Ar., Jetiey City, 9.17 ajn.
I.r. Broid Sireel, Newark, S..V) a.ai,
Atlantio City $2.50
Next Sunday "ffizyft
L. W, 2i Si. Llbrrir Si, 8 uot
Ls.Jickicn At,.In,fr Clt.,4, 17;
Lt. Broad Si., Newira, ?,J m,
vm New Jersey Central
FALL RIVER LINE
TO BOSTON $4.00
Ptr It. Pier It. N R.. ft. Fulton St., dsllr
at suio p. M. Mtnlc.
Proildence Line. tr. Ir. Pier 14, N. R., ft.
Fulton btrtrt, werk days only, o.OO P. M.
New lindnn Line, air. lv. Pier 40. N. It.,
ft. Houston si , wk daja only, V. M.,
Pier 70. E. It., fi E. asd St., 0:00 p. M.
Ne' Bedford Line, atrs. Ir. Pier 40. N. R.,
ft. Iliniaton St.. wrek days only, at 0 00 P. M.
New listen Line, atr lv. I'lrr 2. K. R., ft.
Catharine St , week dna. 1 A p. M . Hundaya,
0,10 A. M-, Pier 70. ft. K 11A St.. wetk daja.
3.00 P M ; Siindi). 10.00 A. M
llrldgennrt Line, nerk iy onlv, air. lv.
Pier JS. E. It. :i on P t Pier 70. ft E Sl
Bl weekdaya. :i I.M' M Hiindate. 4 4. P M.
UP-THE DEAUTIfUl HUOVOH
Lv. llallriy u 14. H't 3Ui au VAi.
Vunkora IO-4A A. M.
IIAXCIXti. ttKf.lLklt III.N.N'ER. SOe.
Str.'MARY POWELL" !" wVii
hi 10 20. . isutb Ki. Ill 40 A. M (Hun.
da) a and Holiday, str, ".M'.ttllllltGir'i
Itcund Trip Onlly. bur. Children. VAC.
Sundays A Holiday. 7 .Sc. Children. Mu
.MrALLlsrKIt HII1T CO. In, Hrnid 9U
A .Mary Powell Nlb'l I o. TH -n-lnr 11(1
Tbe p Ijlln tie i n
Via Boat and Hall. ROL'NII III IP M.40.
IKIVNII TRIP J'l.lo,
Flrst-claaa irrrlce. raterln to the lie.t people.
Week daya ana Mundaja at 4 JO p. .f from
Pier 30. N. It luit Weal llmiatun At All
Outside Roonia. JI.'ki tu aj.mi. Wtrele.i
equlprnenl. L'litunn Or.'rc, Urosdoay and
1M m. Phune .-prinrf umi
lit Itoat and Trnller Z.7S
Were aler.M.OOi rroilili nrfiHrert.Sl.il
MAI KltOOMn. ei.oo. SI .50 and S.'.oo.
Dally, lurludlng Bunla. .1:.Mi I'. .M.
From Mer 19. E. R. -l'hon- 2700 Ueekntan,
City Ticket Offlca, 2U0 llr.vul.ar, N V
Uptown Ticket OAce. U'war and 2Sd St.
Wi-lu for IlluatraicKi Voider.
riho World's Plea
Ertrr acalldc aaaase
. antiitt Aac tathlsg
k tyvatirg aai niV
A la C 1 IHynf,
arr aai a la
.il..a k. s m.rM.
lalw. r itra Boita Snajta.
Runa ma mvm.
Long Island Sound
NEW LONDON LIHE?BiYr .'AaWs'1'
I'l.r 40. N It ft llmi.ton St.. tO.UO A. M., ft.
if Kaat 22d Ct 10 .10 .M for Ne Iindon.
Norwich. Stiinlngmn, Wtch Hill, rnnlJrnce,
iliMtun etc tnldiv on reriurt.
City HcLrt Agent, 171 Broad ar. N. T.
Automnbilra Carried: lapailty 30 ra.
Thla ICoilte for All Jeraey Coast Kfiirla.
I.va. Dally n. White- l.v.Atlanllclllglilan.l.
ball bt.nsat to Houth ll.l", A. M . 4 P. .M.
Ferry.IUA.M.SI'.M Tel, Hroad l7Sor323.
Paaaenger caparlty la llmlti-1 10 !,q
enl YACHT CLIFTON ITCt
3W SICHT BEEINQ
HaraH,Jl a. Mil 1 Hnu, Crulie. ,aiarMiMt.tl
AROUND MANHATTAN ISLE
Sat. and Nun. 25c. additional. Muair. LacturVr.
LVm. rig" TOOT VV. 4I T. T.I. Bryanl 3tC
.xt'l'ltEMi: COt'HT OF TUB STATE OK
NEW YOltK. Kim: COCNTY L'NITr.tt
bTATE." THCMT COMPANY OK NEW
YOltK, PUIr.tlrr, sgalnat HCKKALO ANU
SttfSyt'EIIANNA HAll.WAY COMPANY.
Bt.'KKAI.O AND lifiOfKIIANNA It A 1 1
ItOAD COMPANY, Kl.I.HVI I.I.K, COT
UEHSI'OIIT ANU I'INB CItl-.KIv KAIL.
ROAO COMPANY. AOIIIION A N I fl'
QCRHANNA HAlLItOAD COMPANY:
tTF.vi.O ' AND ' KC.-QI KH ANNA COAL
NI CUKK COMPANY, IIndnta
NOTICE in HKHUHV UIVEN that our
auant to and by virtue nt a Judgment ot
forecloaure n,l aale In the abovi. entlileit
action, ent'red In the oltlr of the Clark
of Klla County on tha 19th ilav of July,
19H. I, tha undersigned. Hi:imHI5 f).
CHOI'TS, Itffaree name. I In aald Judgmnt,
will aall at public auction In tha nralerly
vaallbule of tha City an 1 County Hall. In
the City of Iluffalo. County of Hrla an 1
FUte of Nnv York, on the :ird day of
Aucuat, HIS. at eiavan o'lluck In the lore,
noon, to the hlrheat bMiler. tha fjlloulns
deacrlbed proparty. pramlaaa and frsnchlan
of th. defendant, Iluffalo and fiuaque-
nanna iiauway i-nnipauy. oriicre I snI ae.
creed by aild Jii'lgment of f'Tfcloaure and
aai. to h eotd by til. uiiderilcnai. tn-nlti
All and alr.KU'ur tna nronertlts. rlehta.
crlvllagea and franrhlaaa nf ev.ry name
ana naiure. real, peraon.i ana nni
herver altuat.. one.l by the defendant
Buffalo and uauuehsnua n.tlivay Com
pany on April 1, 103 or alnce acquired by
It, whether by purchase, merger or other
wli iciceptlng property raleaie l from tn.
lien ot ac morlcagei and Including th.
following property owneil liy laid de
All that cerutn oilier tract, piece or
parcel uf land altu.ite. tvlng and being
tartly In the City of nuffaio, County nf
rle nnd Mate of New York, nnd partly
In the City of Lackanaiiiia, formerly a
part of the Town of Weal Seneca. In aall
County nd ft.ite. ml partly under the
watera of Lake F.rln. bounded and de
acrlbe.l aa tollowa:
ileglnulng at a point tn the westerly Ilne
nf tald llamburs Turnpike laa a street
lt..U feet wldai which point la dlreotly
opposite ucrona aald Turnpike, 10 the
northwest orner of the nan l of land
point of beginning Is six hundred nnd six
anu iiitv tnre nne-nunoredttis n.(, 531
feet northerly, measured aiong aald weat
erly llns of said Turnpike, from th south
lln. nf th City of Buffalo: tnence running
along th weat line nf th said Turnpike
south tnty.on degree nft).four and
one-half minutes et IS. 21 SIC,' E.),
six hundred oiOO) feet to a point six and
fifty Hire nne hundredths lt.lt) feat
nnriherl). measured along the west Itn
of aald Turnpike, from the south Un of
th City of Buffalo; thence along th nortk
lln of lands formerly owned by th. Lacka.
wunna Iron and Meel Company, south sev
eno-lour degree, sixteen minutes wett
IS. 74 1 W.l five hundred and thlrtv. on
and lghl)-slx oii.hU!idrtth (ISM'!)
feel, 10 th shore Ilne ot Lake Erie, as It
existed In November. 1901 lat th begin,
nine point of lands now under water ion.
vcyod by John J Albright to Charles vy.
Giioilx-ar. by deed datrl th nrst day of
July, 1902): thenc .till alnng the aald
northerly lln. of landa formerly owned by
th Lackawanna Iron uiul steel Cnmpin)',
the further dlstanc of about four hundred
and ten 1110) feet, tn th shore lln of
Lak Erie. u It existed In th year lllk,
aa ahavrn by a earv.y of Peter Rmille.
made April first of that y.ar, attached to
s deed mad. by Reuben n. Ileacock to
Charlea c. niddle, recorded In Krle county
Cl.rk'a office, In Liber 10 of Deeds, it
page 111; thence Inn Ibe .aid laat men
tloned shore line northerly about aeven
hundred COO) feet, to a point In said
shore line of 1119. at Its Intersection with
a straight llns drawn from a point on th.
harbor line aa e.tabllahed by the United
males Government on March :Ttb. Ill
(which point I. distant four hundred and
eighteen (lit) feet northerly, measured
along .aid harbor Ilne, from tha Junction
ot .aid harbor line with th. harbor line a.
established by the United State. Oovern
ment on January loth, lion) to a point Is
the .hore Ilne of Lake Krle as It existed
In November. lol, distant shout two hun
dred and elghty-alx (!! feet, measured
on k Ilne bearing south sltty. seven degree,
fifty-seven and one-half minutes nest
(.. J .7 4' W.I from tha aforesaid pise,
or beginning; thence easterly, along .aid
straight line, drawn from sld point on
the harbor tine shout four hundred and
elghty.nlns (lltl feel, 10 a point In the
said shore tine nf Lake Krle. aa It eslsted
tn November. 101. and thence north slaty
seven degree, fifty. seven and one-half min
utes eaat (N. 6T IT't' B.) about two hun
dred and elghty-.U (lit) feet, to tha place
of beginning: the lest described parcel
being tha .am. land, and premises con
veved by Famuel Ilea end wife to John J.
Albright, by deed dated rabruarr 1, HOI.
Togeth.r also with all in. right, title
and Interest of tha said Buffalo and Pusaue
hanna Hallway Company of, In and to so
much of th Hamburg Turnpike a. ll ad
jacent to th premises above described.
Also all that tract, niece or puree! ot
land situate partly In the City nf Duffaln,
County nf Erie and Htat of New York,
and partly In the Cltv ot Lackawanna, for
merly a part of the Town of West Seneca,
In the County and Stale aforesaid, bounded
and described ae follow.!
(teglnnlng at a puint In th. ahor. Itn. nf
Lake Erie, aa It sslited In November, 110),
In the City of larkawanna, formerly a
part of the Town of West Heneca, where
salt! ahor line I. Intersected by the division
line between the land, formerly owned hy
the Lackawanna Iron and Steel Company
and th. land, conveyed hy John J, Albright
and wife and Edmund Hay, and wife, to
Charles w Ooodyear, by need bearing date
July 1st. 1102, said point of beginning being
at'out five hundred and thlrty-on. and
eighty-sit one-hundredth. (Ul.H) feet,
measured on said division line, westward))
from a point In the west line of the Ham
burg Turnpike, en called las a atreet sixty
als feet widei, distant six and fifty-three
one.hundredtha ( ID feet northerly, mix
tired along aald weat line of said Turn
pike, from the south line of th aald City
of Iluffalo: thenc. running from .aid point
of beginning, under the waters of Lake
Erie, north 71 decrees west (N 71 W I
I siong the northerly tine of lands under
.(r. iiinira u ,119 nair 01 .rw mrs
to John J. Albright, by letters patent dated
October 11. till, and recorded In Erie
County Clerk", efflce In Liber UJ of Deeds,
at page 407, about twelve hundred and
twenty (1,3.6) feet, to th Junction of th.
harbor lines, .a established by th. United
States Government on January 30th, 1900.
and March .7th. 1199. thence along th.
laat mentioned harbor line', northerly four
hundred and eighteen (lit) feet, thenc.
easterly about twelve hundred and eighty
eight (l.:ll) feet, tn a point In the said
shor Una of Lake Krle as It etlsted In
November. 1901, which point Is dl.tant
about two hundred and elghty.slx CIS)
feet, measured on a line bearing south
eltty-seven degree, fifty-seven and one
half minutes we.t (S. 7 J71- W.) from
a point tn th said west line ot the said
Hamburg Turnpike (a. a street lxty-lx
feet wldel distant six hundred and elx and
fifty-three one-hundredtha (I9...1) feet
northerly, measured alon.t aald nest line
of said Turnpike, from the south line ot
the city ot Buffalo: thenc. south. rly. along
aald shore Una a It existed In November,
1901, as It winds and curves, about six
hundred and ten (610) feet, to the place
of beginning, being the same lands and
premises ronveed by Pamuel Ilea and alls
to John J. Albright, by quit-claim deed
dated February 1, 1901
".tin all ihat triangular Piece, parcel or
gore ot land attuate, llng and being In th.
County of Erie and State of New York, an!
more particularly bounded and deacrlbed
Beginning at a point In th. ehor. line of
Lake Erie, a. It exlated In November, 1901,
where the aame Is Intersected by the south.
er'y line of lands formerly owned hy Emma
"lade, which point of beginning Is th.
aime point or Deginning or tne premlies
hereinbefore described running thefie
north seventy-eight degrees west (N. 71
w i aoiut twelve nunarej and twenty
(l.::0) feet, tn the Junction of the harbor
Inn. as established by the United States
(loverntnent on January in. 1900, and
March 77, 1939, thence southeasterly about
eight hundred and elghtv (SS0) feet, to a
point In the shore line of 1-akf Erie, as tt
existed In 1119. at ehown hv a survey of
reter r;msne. inaae April nrst or tnat year,
attached to a deed made hy Itetlben It.
H.acock to Charlea C Itlddle. recorded In
Erie County clerk's office In Liber 104 of
ue.l. at page ij. unere aucn anore line
1. Intersected bv the southerly Ilne nf said
lands former!) owned by Emma f-'Uda pro
tected tn a westerly dlractlon. thence north
aeventy-four degreea sixteen mlnutee eaat
(N 74 1' E i along aald projection of
aau eoumeriy line nr lanna lormeriy owned
bv Emma Slade. about tour hundred and
ten (410) feet, to the place or beginning,
being the earn, landa and pr.mlee. sec
ondly described In a certain quit-claim
deed executed by The Lackawanna Iron
and Steel Company to John .1 Albright,
datel July . 1901 and recorded In Erie
County cierk'e omce, in l.lber 79 of Deeds,
at Daze 1S
Also all that tract, piece or parcel of
land situate partly In the City ot ttutfalo
and p-irt in tne i it oi uaikaw.nria,
formerly a Dart of tha Town of Wast Sen.
eca, in tha County of Erie and mat. ot
.vew iotk. mnr particularly Dounded and
described a. follow.:
iiealnnlu .il pulut, being th. Junction
of th. harbor lines as established by the
United Mates (loernment on January 10,
1900, and March .7. 1199, which la the
aame Junction of such harbor lines referred
to In a deed exeiuted bv John J. Albright
a lid others to Charles W Uoo.liear, dated
July 1. 190!, gud recorded In Erie County
Cleric's once In Liber 919 ot Deeds, at pag.
thenc. south alxty-nln. degrees
twenty-six minutes east if. 9 :' E.
five hundred and ten I ill) feet tn a point
whl li Is th. weaterl) extremity of fan, 1s
conveyed by Charlea W iioodear and wife
to The Lackawanna ttee compn. by
deed bearing date the twenty third dy of
Jui, 10., thenc. north eetenty-elght de
grees west (N. 71 W I, about five hundred
and eighty S 10 feet to an Intersection
with the harbor Itn above mentioned run
ning In an easterly and westerly direction;
thence north fifty degrees east (N. 0" E i
along the laat mentioned harbor Ilne, about
on hundred and twenty-eight (l.Hl feet
to th. pl.ee of beginning, containing live
hundred and six one. thousandth .iut,i
of an acre. b. the eame more or less; being
the same premise conveyed to Charlea v
Hood) ear by The Iickauanna Steel Com
pany, by deed dated July 13. 190:, aa
ahown on a map or plan attached to said
deed and colored red,
Also all that tract, place or parcel of
land situate, lying and being In th City
ot Durtalo. Count) ot Erie. rUte of New
York being part of the Ogden (lore Tract,
so railed, and bounded and described a.
lleglnnlng at a point where th South
line of th city of Hultalo Intersect, tbe
thence North tsvet ty.onV d.Vr"a flfty'four'
and nne.h.lf nlnutV West (N Jl S IS
W ) fSrty-Vwo,'.nrnlne.te'ntl.rl42i"fe,et
r.aei line oi tne iiamnurg Turnpike
inns .ai,t v., tin. n u .,!.,,. T.imniv,.
thence North lglit.nln degrees eleve-i
nd nno-balf minute East (S. 99 U't'
E.) thirteen hundred sixty.on and sv
enty.four one-hundr.dthe M1S174) feet
feet from said City Line; thenc South
fnrtv. eight nd one. half minutes East
in. n- n'4- c eleven ill) reel to a pom
In said city Line; thenc alnng aald Cltv
Lln Hnuth lghty.nln dgr. levn and
nn.half mtntite Wst is. 19 11V W)
two thousand and nlnrtv.slx and thirty
four one-hundredtha (2091.34) feet to
piar of beglnnlnir, containing two and
thirty-two one. hundredths i;sj acres
Subject, hnwever to a certain aprment
hearing dat the first day of February,
19u.', bmen Simuel Rea and wife, and
Jo'.in J Albright and wife, prnvldlng
among ntner things, for th construction
of a canal across a portion of the premises
herein described, ivhleh agreement was re
corded In Erl County Clerk's nffiee In
Llber 9: ii of Deed, at nag 84 0. and to a
certain other agreement made between
The Lackawanna Steel Company and John
v. niuniiii a, ni nit'. uc.
eighth day of May, 1902, pr
bearing dat th
. nrnvldlng unmni
nuier tilings ror in conairiicuon ni i
hVr.'tn la poIl)Vn 'lo'"';!
herein described, and recorded in Lrl
XWiM&WJMt K !.,Sf.i?..r.'ni
. ..ri.m.o, ,.,t. he, Th. i..ci,.,,n
parallel to and forty (40) feet from said i raiu parcel containing one ano twenty laio ami Susquehanni Railway company I ""
City Line to a point: thnc Nnrih elghtv- l liundredthsil ;iii acres of land, mnr- , about 500 feet in , northerly direction ,uJl,,m.'n . .
on degree thirty-six minutes East iN. 1 or less, being the same premise, convey I tnm ,,e sprlngtlll Junction watr tank, ..'." J T' J""- I' ',
Sf 36' E.l thre hundred and two an I . bv h Mony l'olnt Land Company to th. thence In southwesterly direction to th . ",'"',";' ',' chv,iuI 1 , 1
slx-tenth. (302 ) feet to a point, then . ' .1'",r"nl'r Jl Company of New tork hv n4 f , k , " , , ru.. 0f Sprlngvllle. , i"!''11."1,!', ,!h,,..'V . ' '. .
North lghly-nln degreea. eleven and one. dd dtt January i. 10. and recorde I I rountv nf Crie stii. of !. Ynrk . Att. I" !T .m. ,r '". "
liun'dM VfcV.C..wv. KMMrwr" - j ;pxr:.Vtii. yv)
MJllVV rncKL no , a., antb. . right. a jn. ,h,U , .,, .V .
and which saldisteel Company and Charle. W. Ooody.ar
and wf, bearing dat July 3J. 190.'. and
ns ob.m iniv 11 tuns ni
recorded in th Krle County Clrk'a oflic
in i.!tr vis or used, at pag 017; ami
also sutijsct lo th canal and other rignt.
of way granted n,1 ronvyd tnth Buffalo
and Susquehanna Iron Company by a cr
tain dd from Chrlea W Ooodyear and
Klla C. llondyr, hla wife, bearing dat
July I, lf02, and recorded In Erl County
Clrk'a office In Llber 941 of Deeds, at pxge
134, being th. .am premise, conveyed to
til Hulfaln and Susquehanna Rallwav
Company by charlea W lloodyear and
wf, bv deed bearing dat th fourteen!1)
day nt March, 1901.
Also all those flv (S) certain tracts,
plecea nr parcel, of land .Itnat In th
town nf Hamburg, County of Erl and
State of New York'
PARCEL NO 1.
Known and distinguished a. a part nt
tha Ruffalo Creek Hrstrvatlon and further
known and dlailngul.hed as a part of Lot
No t. Township 10. In th Ith Hang of
Ton n. hips, bounded and described as fu.
Beginning at a point In lh boundarv
line belli sen landa formerly nf J j.
Albright ami .1 K Titus, distant .outherly
one hundred and flfiyelght and fdur-tenth.
His I) reet trnm. ana at right angles to,
the southerly boundary line nf Lake Ave.
nue. and distant westerly ninety 90) feet
from th original center Ilne nf the Iluffalo
and Susquehanna Hallway Company;
Tnence aoutnerir siong a nne parauei to
and distant 90 feet weaterlv frnm the
original center tin ef th said Buffalo and
suequenanna iiauway company, sixty nvi
Thenc easterly forty (101 feel, more er
less, to a pokit distant westerly flftv (SO)
reet from tn original center tin o, eaui
Buffalo and Hutquehansa itannay com
""Tn'lnce southerly along the westerly
rlrht nf w-av line nf th. aald Iluffalo and
Puaquehanna Hallway Company, snld right
of way line being parallel to and distant
Ma,,. I ( ll .... . V. - H.Iain .1
center line of aald Iluffalo and Susque
hanna Hallway Company nne thousand
two hundred and fourteen and ninety-three
hundredths (1.214.93) feet;
Thence southerly along a curve to the
right having a radius nf nine hundred and
nfty.flv and four-tenths (9IS.4) feet, for
a dlstnnc of thre hundred and thlrtv.
nine and elghty-alx hundredths (139 si)
feet to a point distant westerly sixty l0)
leet irom tn original center line oi in
said Buffalo and Husquehanna Itatlwav
Cotnnanv. aald curve being the weeterlr
right of way line of the .aid Iluffalo and
Suaquehanna Hallway Company;
Tnence continuing souineny amng inr
westerly right ut way Ilne nf Hi aald
Iluffalo and rueauehnnna Hallway Com
pany for a distance of on hundred and
ninety-one and on one-hundredtha (I?l Oil
teei. saia rignt or way line oeina- narauei
tn and distant weaterlv sixty 0 feet
from the present center line nf th eald
Hunaio ana suequenanna uauway tym
Thenc northerly along a curv to the
left having a radluf nt on thousand nine
hundrtd and ten andone. tenth (1,910.1)
feet more or less for'a distance of eeven
hundr.d and four and two-tenths (701 3)
feet, to a point dl.tant westerly fifty (i
fs.t frnm th. present renter line of the
said Iluffalo and Hutquehanna Hallway
Thence northerly atnng a line parallel
to and distant westerly fifty 1501 feet
from the present center line of said llurf ilo
and Susquehanna Railway Company on
thousand and elahty-fivo 11.012) feet, mors
or leea to a point In the boundary line be
tween land, lormeriy of J. J. Albright and
J. V Tltusj
Theme easterly fourteen (ll) feet, more
or less, to the point of beginning:
containing on ami tweniy.iour nun
dredths (1.24) acres ot land, more nr le.s,
nd being all nf th premises conveyed by
the Htony l'olnt Land Company to the
Guaranty Trust Compativ of New Yor bv
deed dated January IS. 1904, and recorded
In the nfflre nf the Clerk of said County In
Llber 1027 of Deals at nage SK'.
PARCEL NO. 1.
Being part of Lot number eleven (11),
Township number ten U0. K.uire eight
(S), of th Buffalo Creek Indian lieservj.
tlon, and more particularly bounded and
described a. follow.:
Beginning at a point In th southerly
le of Lake Avenue, so called, at a dis
tance ot one hundred and eighty (1!0)
feet westerly from th westerly line of th.
landa of the Lake Shore & Michigan
Southern Railway Company, measured
along said southerly line of Lake Avenue,
being the Intersection of th division Ilne
between lands formerly owned by John F
Titus and lands now or formerly owned bv
Anson C 'lloodyear with the said southerly
tine of Lake Avenue: running thenc snutn
six degrees, two minute, west IS. V W,),
along aald division Ilne, on bund 'd fifty
eight and four-tenths (lis 4) feet to th
south Ilne of eald lot number eleven (11);
thenc north eighty-four degrees, sixteen
minutes West (N. 94 1' W.l, and along
the south line of said lot number eleven
(11), fourteen (14) feet; thence northerly
about one hundred and fifty-eight and
torty-two one-hundredth (US. 42) feet, to
point In th southerly Ilne of Lake Ave
nue, which, aald point la seventeen, and
alxtv-two nne-liundredths (17 0:) feet
westerly frnm the point nf beginning,
measured along th said southerly line of
degrees, sixteen minutes East (S. 14 !'
ci, signs i.iu evuiurii? iiiip ui i.n.?.
Avenue, seventeen and sixty-two one-hun
dredth (17 S2) feet to the point or place ot
Containing five hundred and seventy-four
ten-thousandths (.0574) ot an n, re. b the
sam more or lea
Togethtr with a 1 the right, title and In
terest of the aald grantor In and to Lake
Avenue In front of and adjacent to th
ibov deairlbed premises
I'ARCEi. NO 3
Being part of lot No. tl. Township 10,
Range I, ot the Buffalo Creek Indian Res.
ervatlon, bounded and described as follows;
Beginning at a point In the division ,!n-
between lands lormeriy or minim r
Stambach. and lanJa formerly of John V
r,... ..... ..I., Hl..l.ln r1H. I.
sected by the westerly line of lands here-
tofnre conveyed by sild William V Stain-
bach and Ida R. his wife tn the Buffalo
and .-.uequenanna iiauway Companv, 1 New 4 ors, a aieiance o: s.ta miles thenc
thence north eighty-four (411 degrei;. six- I In a northwesterly direction uear the Gene
teen (1 minute west alone aald division see River tn Rushford Station, County of
line seventy-five (73) feet; then e north
six (i degrees, two 12) mlnutee east four
hundred and fort-slx and elrhtv. eight
hundredths (IH.SSi feet lo the southerly
line nf a parcel nf land conveyed tiy Daniel
W Allen and wife to the New York State
Really and Terminal Company, by deed
dated March 9, 190. and recorded In the
office of the Clerk of said County. In LIbr
1041 of Deeds, at page 15S. then, e south
eighty-four (44) degrees, sixteen HO) min
utes eaat along said anutherly line of : -1 1
conveyed as aforesaid seventy-five ,7Si
feat to the said westerly Ilne of lands of si I
Buffalo and Husquehanna Ral'wjy Com
thence south six nil degree,. in
, minutes west a'.nng the s..id we.ierv
line four hundred and fort -lx n. elghti- i tance nf 3.3 miles, them In a north
eight hundredths (l6 is) feet to the place I weeterly dlreitmn to the Village of s4n
nf beginning, being a strip of iand seventy. I dusky. County of Cattaraugus. State of New
five 17') feel wide and four hundred an 1 I York a dla'ance of 3 4S mtiee. thence In a
forty-six an 1 eight) -eight hundredtna northwesterly direction and crossing th
(14(1441 feet long; I line dividing the Counties of Cattaraugua
containing alxtv-tcven hundredth. (0 47) ,n, Wyoming, to the Village of Arcade
of an air nf land, more nr less, ! ,..,.. 'nf Wyoming State of New YnVv.
,.o all the runt, tine and inter. t of
the said grantor In and tn tha
Lake Avenue oppn.lt tn and adjoining the
premises hereinbefore iie rlbed and belli;
r .n.uii oi
in sime preiui.r lunvrjeu i iviliixni )
Stanibach and Ida It., his wife, tn th
Guaranty Trust C'lnpinv of New York, ny
deed dated June 7. 1905, recorded tn the
offi. of Hie Clerk of said County In Llber
10J? of Dee Is at page -.04.
I'ARCEi. Ml. 4
Known and ili.tmg ulh 1 as a part of
the Buffalo Creek Reservation and further
knnwn and distinguished a a part nf Lne
.s 11 and 15. Township 10. in the Jtn
Range of Townships bounded and described
Beginning at a point tn the nnrtberly
Ilne nf a parol nt land louieve.J by Daniel
W, Allen and wife to the New York .-late
Realty A Terminal Company by deed daie,
Marcn 9. 1901. and remrded In the uf!lc
of the Clerk of said Countv In Llber mil
uf Deeds, at page 3's, distant westerly
nity laoi ieei iruni nie nricinvi renter un
the Buffalo and Susouehann Rallw ,y
i-ompanv eleven nunnreq and r.xty-on and
one-tenth illStl) feet more nr less to a
mnntiment fifty i50, feet wester y fr ,tn the
brnnm.jl renter line? thence em itheriv
alnng the present w.trly right uf way
1 of th Buffalo and Susquehanna Hal'-
"'-V Companv said right of w ay 1m bilng
n.rl..l tn and distant westerly mt v . M .
rt from tn original center line or in
, "'', Ruffalo and Susquehanna Rat war
ST.I""?' thousand one hundred and
MbltO .' 1130) fet more or les., to the point
Buff o r-rk Indian INeervation, bounJ4
or tna uunato and r-usquenanna ital wav 1 ,n K ;ation near North nosinn Cniinis .. I on" ll tnereir. oir'rje,i. , i
Coninanv. thence wester!) alone .al t I?., L'f1...orV.' 8,tn'..t-.nun, i aforesa d mortgage s ibj to ,e
nortnarly Ilne of land conveyed as xfnre. ' J'V, ' lh'nV. , r.eT,hw.:,e?iv 1 1 "n; I"'1'" nmd an I t-an-fe-r,
aald II 9 feet; thnc. northeriv along a 1 m'S'.rt' villas. t "ii., c, i?. Jr i""'"''""" as rIree. w f be
lln. parallel 10 and distant wester!) nftv 1 KJJ'S. .IL Ve !- l.X l,,bu.r,"...-unJ.r . f I acceptel tn lieu c a .. ,
iiai .... .h. ...ara... ..... .1.. i rrie, .state or w lork a distance of 3.4 I ,.., n. e. .
and described as follows: lthre,ftr conalructed of every nature.
Beginning at a point thr and forty wh.t.n.ver. also the hrnch "ml ext.n
seven hundredth (1 47) feet easterly rom ownIj J aaVd Buf?aln and slsqu-
th northwesterly corner of pircel No 1. hanna Ralivviy Cnmnariv on xorll I 1903.
.bo, ile.crlbed. ..It poln' of beginning be. or whlel, , hV. sliu'T cqu?.,i and al' .y I
Ing It th southerly line of a parcel of mln, properties mined bv it on rr.l 1.
I.nd.conveyed . by Danl-I W Allen and wife , so,. Vr vvl, 7, t, I 1, nee 'I. , Sir..? and '
to tne New lork State Iteiltv and Ter.
mlnal Company, by deed dated March 9.
1904, recorded in th nttice of the Clerk of
a.ld Cnuti'j. In Llbr 1041 of Dela, at
page 35' and running thence north
westerly, four hundred and fltts-nlne and
four. tenths ,41941 feet 'o th unt Ii e t
erly corner of parcel ,Sn 4 abnve de
scribed, said last nien'Joned ,nrner being
In the nnriherly Ilne of sild parcel of land
i .'' ." '
land, one hundred llOOl' feet to a point
i . Vn ! I . . .
i distant on hundred and twenty-four and
I ,i,n,.ni.. .,,...i...iv,. ,t.i n, ...
erly measutsd along said northerly .In from
,h westerly exterior line nf Und of th Lak
ck.. .i-..i t. .,i
1 sou irpiraUel'-wirb sild
.! nr.! ileecrlbui courae four hundred
f.nu. n! ""I8 '"' four-tenths ; 1.9 11 fe
point In .aid southerly tine of said
land conveyed aa aforesaid, distant on
huudrd and eleven and rift v. three hun.
dredth (111.531 ft westerly, measured
along said southerly line from and ex
terior line: thenc westerly along said
...inneriy nr, one nunoreq inn tet,
more pr le.e. to th place of beginning
Contain nr on and flv hnmlredtha
ri O'l 1..., ,.
ii .. " r 1 .". or '" , .
Also those .ertitln pieces or ptrcets nf
i.-a .......... ' ., , ,
n.. .rii V i1 y. ?"'!),') r .v.p . , ulV
n.'.'i a..., r... 1 . .. I u'h iv hav been re'ease.t from th Hen
noDtf.i..d!i n ,2 nt",r.l lV0S,v. 1 r,nk, ,' ,'"'1 mortgagei In. ludlng le.sehold
2.v r.;nrJl'r-0.al,,.Su!,i!1,''hJinn "Ll r-Irte rights and trii-kage agreement,
way Company recorded In the office of th dlr,cte, to be sold
n,.'.r.0l.C.,",,".rl'UUCn,nt,' UX",T, :U t Al, '"f''n locnniotlv. engines, cars and
Deed., p.g 191 . conveying a small parcel ! nthr rolling stock and equipment, mor
of land altuat In the Town of Freedom. I partkularly dcscilhed us foVowa
County of Cattaraugus. Sin nf New York. 1 494 stee Klat-bocntn ilrnn.door gnn
Deed dated October 2 1903. The Stony 1 dol freight cirs nf '00 000 pound, car.c
l'olnt T.ana ri ,. , n ,li,rr.. ,a ... a .j,... .... .... ...... ' '
nuchaniia lleiiway Cnmpanv recmileil in
th ofllc of the Clerk of Erl County In
Llber 910 nf Df.i at pag 14 conveying
Hire separately described parcels of lind
situate In th. City of Lackawanna, for-
....... - .,..j ... ,,i.i,... nun
tnerty a part nf the Town of West Rsneee,
County of Erie and Stat of Nw .jrk.
Deed dated September 39, 10, Barbara
K. Fowler to Iluffalo and Susquehanna
Hallway Company recorded In the office or
the Clerk of Erl County In Llber tOSS of
Deed at page St! cnnvejlng a .mall parcel
nf land .lluate In th City of Lackawanna,
formerly a. part of the Town of "eat
Seneca, County of Erie and State of 7ew
Deed dated Peptemb.r 21. 1901, Tha
Lackawanna Steel Company to Buffalo and
Susquehanna Railway Company recorded n
the office of the Clerk of Krle County In
Llber SIS nf Deeds at page ItO convarlnv a
small parcel of land slluat In th City or
Laik.wanna, formerly a part of the Town
of West Seneca, County of Erie and State
of New York. .... , ....
Deed dated September 14. 1101. Walter
D. and Hln M, Ingham to Buffalo and
Susquehanna Hallway Company recorded
In th offlc nf the Clerk of F.rle County
In Llber 911 ef Deede at page 14 conveying
a small parrel of land situate In the City
of Lackawannt, formerlr a part of th
Town of Weat Seneca, County of I.rl and
State nf New York,
Deed dated June t, 190S, Frank II. flood
year, ef of., to Buffalo and Susquehanna
Railway Company recorded In the office nr
th Clerk of Allegany County in Llber 201
cf Deeds at page e!2 conveying a parcel
nf property situate In th Town of W elle,
illle, county of Allegany and State of
Deed dated January 31, 1901. The Lacka.
wanna Steel Company to Buffalo and Sus
quehanna. Railway Company recorded n
the omce of the Clerk of Er e County tn
Llber 1044 of Dda at pag 192 and con
veylng the premises designated by th
letters O. Q. and D. In that certalr agree
ment dated January 24. 190S, between The
Lackawanna Steel Company and Buffalo
and Susquehanna Rallwav Company and
recorded In the nrtlc of the Clerk of trie
County In Llber 1017 nf Deeds at page 211
conveying a small parcel of property situ
a'e In the City of Lackawanna, formerly a
part of the Town of Wet Seneca, County
of Erie and State of New York.
Deed dated November 4. 1912. Ansnn C.
floodyear nnd. Mary F to United Statee
Trust Company of New York recorded n
the office of the Clerk of Erie County In
Llber 121 of Deed at page tOS. convey
ing seven separately described parcels of
lnd locaud In Erie County. State of .Sw
T,Ded dated November 4, 1912, Fred A.
Lehr tn United States Trust Company of
New York recorded In the office Jf tha
Clerk of Erie County In Llber 12S2 of
Deeds at page 214 conveying .Ingle de
scribed parcel of land located In th. Town
of Hamburg. Erie County.
Deed dated Nnvemher 4, 1912. Anson C.
Goodyear and Marv F Ooodyear his wife,
In United State. Trust Company of New
York and recorded In the ufflc ef the Clerk
of Cattaraugus County In Llber 217 of
Deeds at page 02 conveying' two separately
described parcel, of land located In th
Town of Yorkshire In CattarausX" County,
Slut of New York.
Deed dated November 4, 1912. Anson C.
Ooodyear and Marv F Ooodyear. hla wife,
to United States Trust Company of New
York, recorded In the office of tb Clerk
of Allegany County In Llber 231 of Deed,
at page 34, conveying three separately
described parcels of property located In
the town of Belmont and Uelfait. In Erl
Countv, State ef New York.
Deed dated February 17. 190, John J,
Albright to Bufflo and Susquehanna Rail
way Company recorded In the office of th
Clerk nf Erl County In Llber 1039 of
Deeds at page (04 conveying a small parcel
of land at southwest corner In the City of
Ruffalo. County of Erie, Stat of New
Ta!so all th line of railroad beginning
at Intersection of southern terminus of th
line of th Buffalo and Susquehanna Rill
way Company with the northern terminus
of the line of th Buffalo and Suequekanna
Railroad Company and the center Ilne of
West Stat street in tne vuiage or weua-
' Yotk'i thence in a northwesterly direction
along the Cienepep unrr. to u.e village or
S.lo. County of Allegany, state of New
York a distance of 4 7 miles: thence In
northwesterly direction along the Genese
River to the Village of Belmont, County of
Allegany. State of New York. a distance
of 4.hS miles, thenc In a northwesterly
direction along th Genesee River to th
Village of BelvMere. County of Allegany.
Slate of New York, a distance of J.J
mllea. thence In a northweelerly direction
along th Oenese River to the Village of
Tranalt Bridge. County of Allegany, Stat
nf New York a dlatanre nf 2 OS miles:
then ' In a northwesterly direction alnng
,, ilene.ee River tn the Villas nf nl.
I fas' County of Allegany, saate of New
I VnrVft dlatance of I 29 mllea. thence In
i a northwesterly dlreftlon along the Genesee
River to a station near the Village of
Canee,1ea, County of A.legany, Stat of
Allegany. State nf New Ynrk a distance
nf 2 07 miles, thence In a northwesterly
direction m vvesiey inongnton station),
County of Allegany S'ate of New York.
a distance of 2 93 miles, thenc In a north
westerly direction to a station near the
Village of Cen:rvllle. County of Allegany.
State of New York a distance of 21
miles; thence In a southwesterly direction
tn Dxley Station (near Fairvlew p. o ),
County of Allegany. State of New York
a distance of 3 32 ml'es. thence In a west
erly direction crossing the line dividing
lh. Counties of Allegany and CAttariu.,,.
I tn Crystal Lake ir.ear Freedom), county
I of Cattaraugus. State of New Ynrk . dls.
i distance of 1 14 miles, thence n a westerly
, ,..,.nn along cattaraucua Creek .. .
crossing I tie uividing in count ni
vvioirnna muii ..iiiu.uhui rn tji villas
of Yorkshire County of Cattaraugus, Stat
of New York-- distance nf 2 .-,( iest
theme In westerly direction and crn..na?
. dividing th Counties of Cntta.
and Erie, to the Village n Sardinia
nf Erie. Stale nf New York a ,11.1
tance nf I miles, thence In
i,.-. u -nir in a westerly
onnectlon w-h the spur-
e N Y n distance of 7 ;
dire, t toll t)
Ilne r-tirlngv 111
miles ilieuic In a northwesterly direction
to x station near the Village nf East Con-
cord, county of r:ri. state of New York
distance of S : miles, thence in a norm
westerly direction to the Village of Boston
County ot Erie, Stat of New York a dis
tance of .s9 miles, thence In a north
westerly direction to a station called
l'atchlu near Boston Center, County of
Erie, state of New York a distance nt 1.1
miles; thenc In a northw-esterly direction
111l.es thence in a northerly direction to
Village of Blisdell. County ef Erie. S's.1
nf New York a distance nf r, 3.1 miles:
thence In a northerly direction to point nf
1 connection with the Lake Shore ami Mlchl
fn Southern Railway near Snukea Creek
In the c-iy of l.a.kav
part nf th. To n nf W
I nf Erie s. f x.. Y
,u hi- i :') ni i,ai asw ,nnt. lormeriy is
est Seneca. Cuunly
o.k-rf ,11. tunc nf
0 y t uf a mile, and a total dtstanca of
elgh'y-fniit and three. tenth ill ,n miles.
Also . branch line known as the "Spring,
vllle Spur" extending from th point nf
connection with the main line of the Buf.
io .n ,,. i,. "..,:'. ...
ai.o a;i ,he l.,,d. . ..ut ..,.e ernun Is.
ivavs. rights of ,) yard, wharves doiks,
piers, water rights, terminals, terminal
facilities, licenses and easements of sild
Iluffalo and Susquehanna Hallway Com- ,
Piny upon whbli the Htmve described rail- I
roads are sl'tiate nnd wh' li are necessary,
usefu nr cnnvenlen' for th us, main- 1
tnane and operation thereof wbstiter
ownen on said April I 101. or thr-e-
'"r acquired iex, ept such a. have been
feiessert (rnni the lien of salt mortgage),
tngether with aM rlgh's of wy. leases nf
sni tratkige rights over the lines of th
Also all terminal properties, tracks,
s lichee sidings, spurs, lurn-'atiles. tele,
sraph an-l telephone 'Incs nicer tanks.
Vtdtes, viaducts, culverts fences, depots,
-t'.'liti houses, freight houses engine
homes, piwcr and machine biue. shops,
urwel beds warehouse. ojlhnusea. fur.
nl'ure. Ix-urr. .a h' other eonstruntiona
iipperialnliig to the line of ral road abov
kind anil any and all easemenis, Uandiolds.
1 Iluffalo and Suaquehann Railway Com.
1 pany on said AprH 1. 1903. or th.reafir
.,.., !.., I. " .. . . . i .
....... on, 1 , ', , riKiiis o nr,i Liy saoi
11111 .,1 ail) lime nave iieioilssil
0 or l'Pr,ind o or ii been provided
for use' upon or In oonnecton with any of
1 '. r u,r "1"" or l" ennnecton with any or
y ' 'he said lln. s of r.lirnad. branehea maohln
i -..oras or nuier propertiea (excepting only
CO. I All, III ,;illll
ft ( nnsoll 1at,l l-'reisht locimntll es. Voa
111 I ' Ml Inc
t IMssi-ngcr -ars, Nos 19 to 32 Inc.
5 -Cnniiiinn'lon passenger and baggage
enrs, Nns. 13 and 11,
aald qulptnnt being subject to
agreement dtd th nrst day nf v flI
11)07, between Iluffaln and s , e r ,
Railway Company and Ibe Un '
Mortgage and Trust Company, as T-ji
and to the Hen of ..Id sgreemsi ,M
aid equipment ahall b sold sub t .
Also certain locomotive engine. ee.M
other rolling stock and eq.iipmen'
particularly described as tolloas
a 11 ton consolidation freight leeo.
motives, No, tl? to 125 Ine
ton 1 wheel passenger loonmvlr.e,
Nc 7 and 277.
2 ra.senger and baggage oars. Ss. I
1 Buffet car, No. 29.
2 Observation cars. Nos. 10 nn1 !'
1 Pa.eenger, baggage and mall car Vo,
111 Flat bnltnm. drop dnnr. goMsie.
freight car, 10,000 pounds cipi It Ne.
3201 to 3400.
lit Twin-hopper bottom gonlo'i 'r.'rM
rara, 10,000 pounds capacity, Nos. i i t,
21 Cabooses. No. 101 tn 175,
I Bridge Dept. Tnol Car. No A -4.
I Lldgerwood fnloader, Nn. A I
4 Boarding cars, No.. A-2, A.St, A-tt
21 Bxltaat car. Nn. 201 to 230
Also all other locomotive., engine, tra
ders, passenger and freight cars nt ,'
other rolling stock and equlpmen' a t t;i
kind, of machinery and tools ant a ns
and all rails and material and other , Jr,.
Riles owned by eald Iluffalo an I fj .,
anna Railway Company on Apr I 1 nj
or alnce acquired by It or In which It
an equity (excepting only su. Ii as M.
been released from the lien nt stll
Atsn alt warehouses, elevators, e'r
erections, hulldlnge. docks, b i k' t',
whxrves. crlba. revetments and piers n
upon or In front of, or In any ma ner ,r,.
pertaining to, or connected with, he
above deacrlbed land, and lines of ra "s.1
nr which may be at any tlm hers .f'.r
erected, and all fixtures and mac inerr
used In or about any of aald premises.
Also all right, title and Interest In ir.1
to landa under water contained wKVn er
appertaining tn any of th aforesaid !.
Also all right, of wharfage, cra-urs,
dockage, pierage and riparian rtgh's f ra-.
tvhlaes and privileges nf every kin! unt . ir.
acter whatsoever, which ure or mis 9 jr..
purtnant or appertaining to the . t
premlii or any part thereof, or to h
tha Railway Is or may or shall b. f' any
reason, entitled, and also all the .anJi,
real estate, grounds, ways. r!h' f -v .v
yards, wharves, dock, piers, wate- r j1 "i
terminals, terminal facilities, II-ensi ar1
easement, now owned by ld Huffau a-l
Susquehanna Railway Company pjn
which th above described ral roa, res
of railroad or railroads are sl'ua'el or
which are necessary useful or mm nr
for the use. maintenance and opera" n a
the aald railroad, together with !' 'V
right, of wiy, leasee of and tra kjr
right, of safa Buffalo and Suicuehai,na
And also all things In action, clalitt
and demand, of said Buffalo and Sjiou".
hanna Hallway Company
Also any and all corporate n- ni-.f
rights, privileges and franchises which 'ill
Buffalo and Susquehanna Railway r m.
pany now hat. for or appertaining to ,jie
construction, maintenance, use or or.
tlon of such lines of railroad, brar "is,
terminal proper't".. machine works or;"- i,
or othr properties now subject to the ia
of said mortgage or deed of truit
And also any and all the rents, to-j.,.
profl's, tolls and other Income of iu h '.
of rallrod, branch, and 'termini' pr p...
ties, and all other properties M h ar
subject to th Hen of aald motion or
ded of trust.
Also 93.111 share, of par value C !'
ach of th common capita' si k ' th
Buffalo and Susquehanna Railroad c n
And also all cash, choses In . t'm
claims and demands of every kl- t ,
book, nf record, agreements, iwn
maps, files, documents, bl!:. fix'ur. t
ptemnts, furniture. matrlil, weights, c L
oil. fuel and other supplies tn the p ,.
Ion of or belonging to said Buffa' .
Susquehanna Railway Company r he I
the plaintiff herein as trustee under sa'l
mortgage or by Harry I Mfler as re-. ..
In thla cause, but such receiver may re a ,
possession or have access to eu.h
and records as may be neceesar r
venlent to enable him to prepare his ac
counts or to perform hi other ,
receiver when the same h.ve ser e,j , ,
purpose th receiver shall de r -e t
th purchaser. unlss they si a h, been
previously delivered to the pu- .,r 4 ,
all property of every name an I na-
whataoever and wheresoever ., .
particularly hereinbefore des, rl'ied or r.
ferred to. belonCIng to said ijefra,.(
Buffalo and Su.quehann, Ral'way (
pany or said Harry I Miller as re e. .r
herein or In or to which It . r he a- . s
receiver have any estate rjgh 'itle rr p.
e , " ) , l"'""';!, "I'll i . oenam iv . .
ever with u" excluding trm the gen- -, fj
of this description am property .',
soever because of spei.n. a'lina in r
parts of thla Judgment of any othe
tlcular property or class of propert ' t
Including also any other properties .
this Court may further find or de, .
property or said Buffalo and Susq e . .
Railway Company or to belong r.t
Harry I. Miller, aa au.'h receu er i
and be subject to th said mortgage , e
The above mentioned premise, pr r,
and franchises specincally ie.. ri a
and In said Judgment aforesai I w: :
sold aa an entirety and as , tie p , e
Tursuant to the term of said : .
of foreclosure and sale the utile
will accept no bid for the propert
Is and franchl.es dire. -d to t .
said decree unless the bllder te;. . ,
th undersigned al the time of , ,- ,
a part of his bid and a r'edr. in n k- s
am good. It accepted an 1 t'ie ...
nrmed, either the sum f u . H 1
Thousand Dollars (1100 mo. in
by certlrled check upon any bank
companv In th Cltv of New y
Cltv of HuffIo, N V. pa) a I e . i
tn th urder of the ua derma .mi.
or unle-s the bidder sha'l make , - - -posit
or pledge with the n le - r e
Referee 0f Thre Hundred i:,j
I lars (I30O.000I par va.u f
, gage bonis o: iii ue-en nn- m "
, Musquehanna Rallwa) c :iip i
deposits nf lash or bo-M- .11. 'e '
In . the bidder, who is n. e .
1 fa" lo make good his lit a
'he tirnia oi in aaiu iukb.h
enter thereafter mad as to fu -ment
or otherwise but tl e uiie
nppiled on the purchase p-t, !
such compliance, nr returned in 1
bid Is not successful
Th certificate of anv bark or t .
pany In th City of New York,
the plaintiff, taat It h .s bun's
cate, on account the bonds re;j
deposited as aforeai, n .
like force and effect a th t
and coup ins therein nin-.l
liverej to the undertime i
The Court reserves u p -crettnn
to reject an. 1
Jiilgniint ot ih I'tir: .
suhje, t tn Jusi nhJe.flM' a
ell the property upnt r h
Court may dlreit. it 1 1, - -e
the purchaser. In . ise the p
shall fall or omit t) make ! i
account of the pur, he j
Companv Issuel under a:. 1
mirtgige the I :.t ei
pany of New York r-
1. 1903 w "h couj M i .
11 subsequet cou lie thereil '
The aforesaid m-T'giged prop.
Isea ant frsn hlse wl ' ,,e '
the Hen of anv and al live,
and water rents levlel autliis
des - .-e.i prinlss. or a i- ,
wbl h are or mav be eha'ge.
prnpe-tv n. premises n- ar t
prior to the ,len cf eill n '
April 1, 1903
The purchaser shit'., as , i
nnslderatlnn for sm h sa''- a '
to the prl.-e bid. take the o
,'hnsed subject tn al: . o.
judgt.ient of f.re, l-.a: e
any liens w
w III' h ni 1
h , .
Iirftr be established a
over the sal I mortxage .u e .
and at, pen-Unc .ontra'ts .
prnpert) above de. r.l.et 1
the receiver of the p-
scribe I, heretofore .1 1 v j j
action, and also .i,tie.
debte.lne.e. obiiga'tons -shall
have been du'v 11 '
hy sill reiiver ir. resp
th deliver) nf the p i.sess
erlv sold and which :..i
said receiver heiejn c -f
.crlhad. or which sh
in. prm ee Is of in.
abov de. rlbed
Anv person propos'iit
said sale the sild pr p. '
franchises above des. ill.e
tne sail juignient or 1
In this m,tk spei trl. a .
unite it; ami conip.'
property oreml.es an i f '
dlrecte 1 to be sold, ant a -and
vondltlons upon I, 1
sail propertv pie-iiN- - 1
shall be made Ce-' t . 1
Judgment nf foreclos its
in th poieesslon of the u J
time and plac of . , ,
epe, led b the inter, s'e i ,
liatf j, Ju' .'.ith '.11
STEWAHT X .-HFV.t
rialii'lff Oft. t '
4 Wa ' Street II. ir d
fit) ot New Ygrk. N