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THE SUN, MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 1915.
TANNER ALSO IS FOR FEWER STATE JOBS Believes With Wool in Cptitrnl lr.inir Power In n Governor With n fabinot. CONDITIONS ARE CHANGED Ai.bant. Atic President Ktlhti Hoot ef the CnnMltlitlonnl Convention In not lone In piMtitlnic out to the delegate: (hat the proposal to rcorRanlie the Htnte fovernment. reduce, the number of elec live official", nnrl centralize power ntul authority In the Governor throtiKh the appointment of nn executive cabinet to admlnl'ter m"l of the affitlr of ntnte Is not of recent origin. late I'hnlriiinn Krcderlck C. "runner, who al.o l rhilrmnn of the convention committee which Is preparing; the plan to reorganize the Ktnte government. In Jnury Inst followed up President Root' address before the Hepubllcnti conference nt rSarntnaja last August In declarlnjr that n Legislature should not be lata ridden, and t lint If the Hint In to have a boss or leader It should bo one chosen by the people In the person of the Governor. The Tanner committee expects to have Its reorganization plan ready to report to the convention on Tuesday. As the Hepubllcan legislature wb ibout to organize last January Mr. Tan rr In addressing the Young Men's He publlcan Club of New York said: "It has become quite evident to me the last few week thnt a large number ef people Kill think that the State chair Aim should exert the power of his posi tion to compel or prevent legislation. 1 haw on my desk more than twoscore of e.rc.nned bills or lerlslntlve Hi-hemesi. most of them presented to me by per uana Interested In reform and civic movement, with the request to 'get be hind' thin or that measure. "During the last year there has been a marked return to clear political think inf. This Is a good time, right at the beginning of the legislative pension, to have our attention brought back to first principles. State Chitlrninn' l-'unctlons. The Hepubllcan party has stood firmly for the Idea of maintaining dis tinct branches of goernment legisla tive, executive and Judicial with clear Hnei of demarcation. The function of the Slat' chairman Is separate from these, and nothing In the law gives him power over them. "It Is true there have been attempts to exert each power, but they have been wrong In principle and generally disas trous In practice. For Instnnce, Tam many Hall, which In In reality the State committee of the Democratic party, has Interfered during the last four years with the Judiciary, and we have had the Wlllett scandal: it has interfered with the executive, nnd we had the Sulzer Impeachment ; It has directed legislation by long distance telephone, to the utter dltcouragement of the good members of the Legislature and the debauching of the had ones. And, what Is quite nn bad, the real power has been exerted by a source not recognized by law, and the people have not had the opportunity to correct It nor the power to remove at an election the mini who has been the real appointive power. It Is to be re membered that the State chairman, or what for the last four yearn has been equivalent to that officer In the Demo cratic party, Is not elected by the people at Urge hut within the party Itself under party rule. "I am well aware that many people think that centralization of the legis lative power In the 'organization' tends to build up the organization. That may ' be true teinrjorarllv. but after that cen- ' ttalliatlou bcclna to destroy. The late Thomas C. Piatt in his autobiography advocated with complete frankness the right of the organization leader to control legislation. In thnt very interesting book he not only clnlmn ner.nn.1 ,.r.rt!t for v-rloim nereis of1"."" "e convention should at thin legislation, but in one Instance at least It ts stated that Mr. Piatt threatened Gov. Levi P. Morton. A letter from Mr. Piatt, which in printed In his autobi ography, recites that If the (lovernor did not carry certain legislation through he U'latt) would see that the organization 11 mm wiium prr mm un; m iiiiir.iii mn , hi 11, ... ee lr.l,lem in ' the coming national convention. Changes Mnce Plntt'it Day. "But the spirit of the times has changed since the dayn of Mr. Piatt. The I d'niand for the Hepubllcan chairman to direct legislation has steadily decreased, and his power has been exercised less and less In that direction. To-day the belt political Intelligence In the Stnte Places the responsibility for the passing of lawn and their execution where It belongs, that Is upon the Governor and the Legislature. "What 1 have outlined does not mean that I have not and will not consult and advise with the Governor or other State ' Officials. No intelligent man could ex- . , V. ...... ..,1..,,. p.reon o g ve up h s rights nn a'citizen. . '""'t'lfi,. TThi "T "It ould not be rational to ask hlm,ucn re 1,1 charitable Instltu- to remain silent on a subject In which "nn" """"'"'Hr!. al pub '? M" he mlcht be Interested for the slmnle I I'""'- Tnr village will have an ultimate reifon that he In State chairman. To adMse and consult Is one matter, at' tempting to drive legislation through by meana of patronage or the party whip Is quite another. "I know that there In some desire both within and without the party ranks to adopt the Kngllah sjstem and to le parly leadern responsibility of dl retlng legislation, but If this Is done It hould he done by law and the leader houM receive the corresponding power, fcla dutlis defined and a proper check provided for his control and removenl. t'e nml Misuse of Power. "My own case at present offers n fair Illustration of the test which should applied as to when legislative power 'hnuld and should not be exercised. It bpp(ns that before I became State chairman of the Hepubllcan party I a nominated at the primaries as a 'legate to the Constitutional Conven tion, and subsequently wan elected. "Hut I have not been elected to the Legislature, have no voice In Its de llheratloni, and consequently 'no respon a bllit .Nor do I Intend to assume such responsibility. "n the other hand, having be.'n eltcterl to the Constitutional Conven U'n by the people. I will take part both In ita committee work and Its debates '"1 the floor as an elfcted delegate, and therefore am ready to accept full re P'"ilhillty for my share of what Is done In tlidi convention. "To those who have urged with con Iderabic Insistence that I take an ac e jurt n legislation I wish to say hat 1 do not think that the prlnclplo of 'ili participation by the State i hair man in sound, nor Is there necessity for UC'h action, The Republican Legisla te .tn dliect Its own affairs. If It In an incompetent to perform Its funcllonn an the preceding Legislature, there oub bo small JiiKtllicatlon. from the Point of .lv of public Interest, for the ' 'pmng ciian?) in the Legisiatute uro'iKiit about In the last election. "1 ne Hepubllcan party has been, and thi party of Intelligence, I have con Men, e 111 It. I luivc confidence- In Its itiiliiy t frnmii proper legislation iniik ir.it for the highest welfare of tho Slate nl the greatest prosperity of lis P-nple" Hii'iiraliiiiUt A ioldhteln. Die lift Strainer. lln. it ciicar manufac turer of 21) Went lllili rtreel, il.d sud. Jnl on the Hie.uner Afhury Park Just before it nailed for Alliuitli! Illglil-inda from Korty-flrst street and the North IUvr yetej-(Jay, SIMPLIFIED CHARITY CONTROL IS SOUGHT Lofrii worth Villnpo Mnnnjrers Appt-nl to A lliii ny Conven tion for ChniiRe. FA Volt IIKHD INSPECTION At.nA.sr, Aug. . Advocating n sstem of simplified control for the State chari table Institutions, the hoard of malingers of tetchworth village, of which Frank A. Vandcrllp In chairman nnd Mrs. K. II, llnrrlniitu vice-chairman, has submitted to the Constitutional Convention n. state ment showing that the present system of control In n cumbersome, expensive and unlitlnlnesnllke one. The statement, which Is Imned largely upon Investiga tions made by the Human of Municipal Itewenich of New York city, advocates 11 cnhlnet aic-toni with centralization of authority In the tlovernor. In hiii'Ii a redistribution of govern ment, the board points out, the follow ing grouping of the charitable work or the Stat Is In Its opinion advisable: A director of Stnte hnspltnlH for the Insane and n State hospital council. A director of Stnte institutions and work for the mentnlly deficient and epileptic nnd a State council for the mentally deficient. A director of prisons and reforma tories and a State prison council. A director of State charitable Institu tions nnd a Stnte board of public chari ties. A revision of the organic law In often opposed .'on the ground that Individuals now in office will be thrown out of em ployment. The board of manngern of Lctchwofth village believes that It will be Impossible to secure the most satisfac tory, efficient nnd economical adminis tration until a simple and effective nys tem of control replaces the present cum bersome and cxpenslxe one. Through the liberality of a member of the board the Ilurenu of Municipal He search It making a further Investigation of the syMem of control of all the Stnte charitable nnd reformatory Institutions at the Ihvltatlon of the Department of hfTltflcmfjr and Kconomy. Thin Investi gation will be followed by a report nnd constructive recommendations looking to the enactment of legislation on this Im portant Kubject and the presentation of facts which It Is hoped will be of as sistance to the Constitutional Conven tion. The report goes on to sav: "We bleve that whatever Is good In the present situation should be kept. For example, the administration of the State hosp tala for the Insane In admirable and In arty readjustment the administra tion and .control of this group should ho left as nearly Intact as possible, the other groups being coordinated In such a way that all may be administered on virtually similar linen, with adequate flexibility for different purposes and fields of activity. "We Indorse the general recommenda tions of the Hurenu of Municipal Re search In Its brief entitled 'Some Con nlderatlonn In Support of the Proposal to l rente a. Department of Charities and Correction.' "We also Indorse the stand of the Mate Charities Aid Association as stated In Its brief entitled 'Hoard of Control for State Institutions Opposed." which supports our belief in the cabinet sys tem In preference to a so-called board of control. "We further indorse the recommenda tion of the president of the State Hoard of Charities, which Is supported by the Stnte Charities Aid Ansoclatlon, the Hureatl Of Mlinlclnnl rteecnrrl, unit nil,-,. I bodies, that the Slate Hoard of Chart- "e, ..1 M . , o new.'. . , . 1" should get author! y to visit and inspect nil charitable Institutions wnetner receiving State aid or not. "We believe that as the problem of Insanity was the great Issue of a gener ation ago. me proniem or feebleminded '.IT? 01 e utmost importance Provide broad platform on which during the coming twenty years as much progress can be made In the care nnd treatment of the feebleminded as has been made In the care of the Insane during tile last two decades. The feebleminded have n right to be .. ... p...- Protected from the cupidity, the indifTer . ..ss (i.tt. uic untlKril. l, VW1IVI1 WIC) H TP subject from the rest of the community, Just an the normal part of the popula tion ban nn equal right to be prntecV'd flOin the InhidloUS OvMh nml fnil nf nor- mming feeblemlndedne.vs to Increase sapping Its vitality and filling alms houses. Jails nnd reformatories with un fortunates who would never have been born had adequate provision been made for the custodial care of the dependent nnd delinquent defective part of the population." L-'.chWorth village, at Thlells. Rock land county, was established In 190T nnd Is an Institution for the care of ",,' ,," '.."..'., ' " , "I ' " IIIOMIH- ,1 Ineane epileptics, and for the care of capacity of 2,6(10 patients. JITNEYS MUST BE LICENSED. Serxlce f'niiinilnslnn Seeks tnjnnc tlnnn AKailnat Oirnern. Ai.nANT, Aug. S. The up-State rub llc Service Commission has taken the first steps, toward the enforcement of the so-called Jitney bus law passed nt tlie last session ct tho Legislature by apply ing through lis counsel. I-Yank H. Molt, to Supreme Court Justice Hashrouck at Kingston for a permanent Injunction re Uralnltig James R. Adumn In Corning and Klmer (1. Rooth in Hochester from operating Jitney lines. Justice Has hrouck will hear the petition on .Sep tember 4 In Kingston. Proceedings will nlso be brought within Ihe next few days against other alleged vlolatots of the statute. This statute requires nll bus lines, motor vehicles, stage routes, any vehicle carrying passengers for 15 cents or lens, or nny vehicle operating In competition with a common carrier to procure the consent of the local authorities or to ob tain h certificate of public convenience and necessity from the Public Scrvli" Commltslon before operating In the streets of nny of the cities of the State. Hitherto the commission has consid ered the" enforcement of this law In the hands of the local authorities and has withheld action until the local authorities had had time to net. Hecently, however, a number of complaints have been lodged with the commission. The statute. In specific terms, makes all persons and cor porations engaging In the Jitney busl nens. n.i defined, common carriera nnd subject to nil provisions of law aa suoh. BARE LEGS ON CHICAGO BEACH. Women Hnthern I'phelil by Ortti-lnla In lilxi'lirdlnir St4ifl.li.Kn, Chioaoo, Aug. 8, Hundreds of them dldnt miyhe thousands. Alderman Hlock had said they needn't, Mayor Thompson hud coiredcd, Chief Haley wan ngieed. Major Kunkhouser was re- signed, rtnd the police censors, trousered und otherwise, weie powerless. 'Ihou sands of women wore no stocldnga ut the clly'iv bathing beach to-diy, They lire things nf Ihe pant nt the beiches hore these stockings tilings of the pat hy agreement of the Miiyur md common cuiimil and the Iicillh tie liirtment and Ihe police department und the moral censors und every one elao concerned. CARLISLE ENDS WORK ON STATE HIGHWAYS Ex-Commissioner nnd Depart nirnf.s henl Adviser Will rrnetlNC T,nw. Amiant, Aug. S. John N. Carlisle re tired formally to-day from the position of adviser to the State Highway Com missioner and will resume the private practice of law In Albany nn a member of the firm of Alnswnrth, Carlisle At Sullivan. He formerly was a member of the law firm of Brown, Hugo At Car lisle of Wntertown. After the appointment of Kdward Duffey nn Commissioner of Highways Mr. Carlisle wan retained In the depart ment In an advisory capacity. Ills com pensation was fixed nt $3S a day nnd he was to serve. It wan Intimated nt the time of his retention, until midsummer. Mr. Cnrllsle was appointed Highway 1 Commissioner by ex-dov. Sulzer after th Highway Department had been changed from a three headed to 11 single headed commission. Prior to that he 1 was on the up-State Public Service Com nilsslnn and was at one time chairman of the executive committee of the Demo cratic Ptat committee. Ill severing his connection with the Highway Department Mr. Carlisle sent the following letter to Cmnmlsslonfr Duffy: . "During the past month I have been oxer a great many of our roads, nnd I am more Impressed than ever with the ' viewpoint that New York Stale's greatest asset to-day Is Its sstem of1 Improved highways. Nearly all our main routes are now completed, and It j Is possible to travel In nearly every see-, tlon of the State without discomfort. 'Taking our system as a whole, we 1 have more Improved roads and better rnids than anv other State or country ' Necessarily, with our large mileage there are and always will be n ffw road" ' that need repair and attention, hut a , comparison of the conditions of the Staff , highways with city and village streets; In not unfavorable to the State. "I consider the qit'stlon of the com pletion of main routes nnd connecting I links, maintenance or Improved high ways. Including the yloptlnn of a plan to provide a suitable stone supply, rules nnd regulations for protection of Im proved roads under Incrfaslng motor trafllc and the reclassification of the engineering force, as the most pressing nt thin time." STATE PLACED 2,095 IN JOBS. One-hnlf of Thnae .pillno to Bureau In .Inly tint AVnrk, Ai.bant. Aug. S, During July the nve brnnch ofllces of the State Public Km ployment Hureaii received calls for 3.002 workers, nn average of over llf, n day. On these calls 3,!!tS persons were re ferred. During the month Information was received that 2,0!i." persons had ac tually obtained posltl r. This Is an Increase over June of above 12 per cent, In the number of positions tilled. In the calls for help In the mnle de partment the metal nnd machinery In dustries led with ton calls, agriculture was next with 39fi calls nnd the building' and construction Industry followed with 297 calls. In the women's department the leading Industry was domestic nnd personal ser vice with J6fi calls. The next Industry was hotels and restaurants with 287 call. Clothing, millinery nnd furnish ings wan third with 101 calls. New applications for work In July were: men. 4,060 ; women. 1.631 ; a total of 5,691. During the same period there were renewals of former applications by S49 men and 376 wtinen, a total of 1.22.1 This makes a grand total of applications for work of fi.916. About one-half of those applying got opportunities to work. PRIEST REFUSES $15,000,000. So Penlre to trial l.rmtrles to Ills nnrdena. He Tell l.nnyrr. PlTTSBCr.n, Aug. S. The Hev. Will lam Graham, pastor of St. Patrick's Catholic Church In this city, lias re fused 1 15.000.000 .left by relatives In Australia nnd South America. "I have no desire to ndd to my bur den' wealth that would brine no satis faction." he said. 'I have enough for my needs, nnd 1 am nearly 60. Give It to relatives who need It." Father Graham wna notified several days ago by the authorities of Sjilney that uncles of bin hid died there leav ing e-?lnten valued nt millions nnd that he was the sole heir. Later he received woi-d from Hollvla th.tt itepuncles had died there leaving him more millions. He sent word to the !ancrs iepreent Ing the. executors that he did not want the money, and advi'ed them to get In touch with heirs next In line. rOKKC'IAtSI'IIK HALKS. SUPltKME COPIIT. NKW VultK COUNTY TUB THCSTKKS OF TH K LKAKK AND WATTS OHPIIAN IIUUSi: IN 11(11 CITY OF NKW VUIIK, liHlntlff. ngnlnall WILD. It AHT HKALTY COMPANY, tl al De fendant.. Kile .No. 1MSJ-1915. In pursuance of a Judgment of foreclosure nnd sate. I1UI iimur Mini rinririi 111 iiiq above entitled notion nnd bearing date the 13th day of July. 1919, I. the undersigned, Ihe llrferen In said Judgment named, will ell at public Hurtlon at the Kichnnge halesroom. No. It-lS Ve.ey Street, In the Mornugh of Manhattan, City of New York, on the 21th day ut Alliu.t, 1'Jl,',, at 1.' o'clock noon on that day. by Joseph P. Dav, auctioneer, the premise directed by sild Judgment to be .old, und therein de scribed aa follow.: ALL that tertaln lot of land with the building, thereon erected, situate, lying and being In the Morough of Manh ittan. lily. County nnd State of .New Ynrk, nnd hounded and described n follow. UK (ilNNlNl! at n point on tho easterly aide of West Knd Avenue, dl.tanl seventy-flve (75) feet and hva (5) Inches nuiitherly from the southeasterly corner of West Knd Avenue and Slxty-eei ond Street nnd run ning Ihence ealerl), parallel with Slvly seennd Street and prtlv through n parly wall one hundred (1001 feel; thence south erly, parallel wlih West Knd Avenue twenty-five (2!il feet, thence westerly, parallel wlih Slaty-second Street, partly through n party wall nne hundred (100) feet to the easterly .Ide nf West Knd Ave nue, nd thence northerly along the ens. erlv side of Weal Knd Avenue twehty-fUe ISM feet to the plnie of beginning be the aid several dimensions more or Iras Said ? remise, being now known ns Nn. ift We.t Ind Avenue, in Ihe (Mtv of New- Vork. Dated, New York. July If.. 1915. 1IAIIIIV N FHKNC1I, lleferee NASH JUNKS. Attorney for linlntlff, aj Wall-Street, New York city. The following I a illugrani of th prop erty tn be .old: It. street Number I 4 Went Knd Avenue: 62nd Street. lt ti o til Ut Street. The npprolm.ite nmnunt nf the Hen or churce. to aiitUf)' which the nhove de. ecrlhed property la to he auld. Is Twelve thousand line hundred nml nfty dollar! 1112, 150), with Interest thereon from the 14th day nf July, 1 3 Hi. together with the coata and eatra nllnwunce uiununtluK In Three hundred Uty-four ami 37-100 iJH4.71 Dollar., with Interest thereon from July 1", !! I Si touether wlih the e lienaea nf the sale, The uppriulmiue amnunt of ihe luxe. aksesHuirnta nnd water rnle. nr other liens, wlilcb lire to be allowed In the purrhuser out of the pur bate money and paid by Ihe Itrferee, Is Klelit hundred alxlv.nne and 7s, ICO (IUI 7) Dollara and Interest. Dated, New .Vork, Julv Hi. UII. UAItRT N. FflBNCH, neferce. HMPIUIMK COPItT OF Tilt: STATU UK SKW YOltK. Kllli: riH'NTY I'MTKl) STATUS Tlll'HT COMPANY OP NKW ItHtK, Plnlnllft, nit.ilinl IIIWAI.O A ,N t HPHOPKIIANNA IIAII.WAY COMPANY, lll'KKAI.O AND Sl'.iiJCKIIANNA HAIL HOAI COMPANY, Wi:t,I.SVI1.l,i:, COI'. HHH.MPOttT AND PINK I'ltKKK ItAII. lt;i t COM PAN Y. AtllllHON AMI HPS yt'r.HANNA ItAII, ItOAl) COMPANY: HPFPAI.O ANO NI'.WUI'KII ANNA COAL ANI COKK COMPANY, Defendants. NOTICK IH HKItKIlY (IIVKN that pur suant tn Hint liy virtue nf a Judgment of fnrecioMire nnd enle In the above entitled aitlon. rnlered In the orllce of the Cleik of trie County nn the 19th dav of Jul v, 191:., I, the Ulidernlcneil, (IKOItlli: 1). CIIOPTS, Iteferee named In said Judgment, will ee at public auction In the westerly eMllniln of the City nnd County Hall, In the litv of llnrTalo, County of Krle nnd !tate nf New York, on Hie :.1rd day of August. 191ft. at eleven o'clock In the fore, neon, tn the hlctiesl bidder, the following described property, premise and franchises of the defendant, HufT.ilo and Siisqun nsnnn Hallway Company, ordered and de creed by slid Judgment of foreclosure nnd aie to be sold by the underlined, tn.witi All nnd singular tne properties, rights, prU lieges and franchise of every name and nature, real, perona nnd inlted and whereer situate, owned by th defendant Iluffalo and Hiisnuehnnna Hallway Com pany on April 1. UM or since n-quired by It. whether bv purchase. mergr or other wise (excepting property released from tne Men of siid mortg.igei and Including the 'oll.iwlne proper!) owned b) 1,1 de fendant, namefyt All that certain other tract, plere or pirel f Utid limie. King and being isrtly in the City of Hurfaio, Count) of Krle and State of New X ork, and partly In the iii nf Lackiwanna, formerly a part of the Town of West Seneca, In sail County ami mate, and pirtlv under the ater of Lake n-le, I. minded and de. si rtbed as tnllou s: Iteginnlng nt a point In the westerly line of said Hamburg Turnpike las n street sixty six feet wldel which point la directly oppoMi. acrosa taia lurnpike. in tne northwest iornr of the parcel of land hereinbefore describe I. and which said point ot beginning Is sU hundred nnd lv and tlft three one-hundredth (o SS feet iinrtherl), measured along said west erly line ot d Turnpike, from the snu'h line nt I he Cv nt HilfTilo; theme running ntong the nest line of the ld Turnpike eiu'h tweiuv-one degree tlfty-four and on. naif minute east If, St M'' K I. l hundred ( 100 reet to a point six Hnd nfty-three one hundredths if,:,3i feet northerly, uie'isured nlong the wet line, of -ild Turnpike, from the south Hoe of the Clt) of lliifrnlor thenre alonr the north line of land formerly ow ned hv the l.ick.i- wanmi lion and Steel Cntnpnliv. sotltll ey- entv-fnur degree sixteen inlnut-s west IS 74 Hi' W.i flic hundred nnd ihlrtv one and elehty-slx one hundredth iim xiii feet, In the shore line of l.nke Krle. a It existed In Nm ember l"! Hit the begin ning point of liuds nmv under water con cfd b John .1 Albright to Cb,irs W. IJon,)eiir. bv deed d lied the first day nf Julv. I no; i . thence stir, along the said northerly line of lands former!) owned by ."- . ... n M.niuin ,rr , i,i.i. the further dlsinnre of about four hundred and ten HI0I feet, tn the shore line of l.ak Krle. n It existed In the )e.ir lt(, i shown bv a stire of Peter Kmslle. mate April first of that )e.ir, attached to a deed made by tteilben It. lle.icnck to Charle (' llldille, recorded In Krle Cntintv C!rk" nntie. In l.lber 101 of Heeds, at page is, thence along the .!,! last men tioned shore lln northerly about seen hundred (TOO! feet, tn a point In said shore line nf Kin. at Us Intersection with a etr.ilght line drawn from a point on th harbor line as e!abllhed bv th United State liiiv eminent nn March :"th, ISO efrhteen rlMl ft nnrihapli,. i,,fisiir.1 I twniin point I illst.mt four hundred anil nlong said hnrbor line, from the junction nf said harbnr line with the harbor line a ! established bv the t'nlted States llnvern men: nn .Innuan 30th. 1i00i in a pnlnt In the shore line nf Lake Krle ns It existed In November. 1901. dl.lant about two hun dred ind elghlV'Slx (21 feet, measured tn n lln hearing south lxty-ven degrees, r.fty-seven an-t one-half inlnule. west (S. fij 37 1, ' W ) from the aforesaid plnce of beginning, Ihence easierlv along said stralgh! line, drawn from stld point on the harbor line about four hundred nnd eighty-nine () feet, tn a point In the said shore line of Lake Krle, a II exIMed In November, 1901, nnd theme north sixty seven degree, rift) -seven and one-half min ute, east (N. ST'' K. 1 about two hun dred and elghty-lx .'X) feet, to ihe place of beginning, the last described parr-1 being the same lands nnd premises con veied hy Samuel Ilea nnd wife tn John J Albright, hy deed dated February 1, JIM. Together also -a hh a l me right, title and Interest of the said Iluffalo and Susque hnnnv Itallwnv Compinv of, In and tn o much of the Hamburg Turnpike a. Is ad jacent 10 the iireml.es above described. Also all thnt tract, piece or parcel of land .tu te partly In the city nf Murrain, Countv ni Krl. and State of New Ynrk, and partly in the cltv nf Lackawanna, fn--rnerly a part nf the Town of West Seneca, In the Cnunty and State afore, il l, bounded and described n follow.; Meglnnlng at a pint In the shore line of Lake Kile, as It exlslel In November. 1901, In the City of Lackawanna, formerly a part nf Die Town of We.l Senei a. uhere said shore line Is Inlersected hv the division line between the lands former'v owned by i tired nlong ild west line of said Turn pike, from Ihe south Hue or the said Cl'v of Muffalo. therte running frnm said point nf beginning, under the waters or Lake Krle, north degrees west IN 2 Wi along the norther!) lln. nf lands under water, granted bv the Male nf New York in John J. Albright, by letters nitent dated October 31, !!'. and recorded In K-le Countv Clelk'a nttlre In Liber .! nf Deeds, at page 407, about twelve hundred anil Iwenty (L220 f.(, tn ih Junction of the harbor lines, as established hv Ih. Cnlt'd Mates liovertiment nn Junuar) 30th. 1900. 1 nnd March S2lh, 1'99, thence along the ' last mentioned liirbor line nnrtherl) four, IllllKireii anil eignieen I4ll leei. tnene. en.terlv. ahont t,v e hundred ,,d eigh-v . r..., . ... 1 -.1,1 shore line nf Lake Krle us 11 existed In Nnvember. 1901. which point I dltant about two hundred and eght)'-li (3i feet, measured on a line bearing south sixty. seven degiees flftv-seven and one half minutes wen (S ; 5"i,' W from 1 1. milt lire Tnrniiirtt f 111 a ft ret t pit x fit hIiI'i (11'tHiit htitiirftl ami tlx niiil fifty -thrrf tuip-hunilrpiltht. i0"i.3 tti nnrthcrlv. tiimnra'l aUint? -.ctlil UMt Urn of .lil Ttirnplkf, from 111 nutli lln of th city ft liuff1o, thenct onthtrly, tlonir pniA fh.tr. Jine .in It pvn!il In .S'ovmtr. 1901, hh It win lln nml rvire about lx h-inilrnl Htiil tn 1 6 10 1 fret, to thr plno nf lif trlnnlnx . Iflnc th mhh Mniln ami preniUiM cnnv-'l t- S uuul Hft ami wtf tn .liilm .!. Alhrlch. ly nutt-cl.ilm dted ilntfil Kbrurv 1. U(i: ,Io all that trtHnrtitnr pi pirc-l or sort of lnl Kltuntp, llnK nnl blnjc In th County f Krlt 11ml StHf of Nw Vork. anil tnor particularly boumltvl nnl ilencrlbfii nn follow pj ItoclnnlUrt at a point In th hnrt lint of l.aU lirlf, It ).Ntri In N'uvf mlnr, 1901, uhir- ill name 1 liUTSfrtfcl hv tli fomn-i-rly tine f I.iml fnrmerlv nwiif.l liy Ktumn .-tUtlp, uhlt'h point of licKtnnliiK Ik thf Kiinif pi.tnt of luKliiiiInc of the premlfi hcrplnhf for rlbfil : runnlne tnncp north H' rnty-'lEiit ilcnrt"f wmt (S tsm W 1 .ibout t w fUf hiitiilrnl and ttventv fft. to the Junction of th hnrbor linen, an 'Mil..f"i lt (lit Unlteil Stat" I(iv-rnmnt on .lanu.irv 30, 19H0, nnM Mitrch 27, 1H9H; (bene untitnenxtfrly about rlpht humlreil ..ml -lRhtv tft) tvt to a point In th thorp lln of l..ki Krl" ns It tNtt-"t In 1M9, hnvn hv n Miirpy nf 11, i....tla. m.,la iiell nm .. - att.H he'd to 'a dd nud bv Iluhn it! Matork to Charl C Ulildl. recorded In Krle County Clerk oill, e In l.lber 104 nf Heed, ut pas nm. where uch shore line Is Inlersected hy the southerly line nf sild lamis mrnieriy nwneu ny imumi Mine pro. Jected In a westerly direction, thence north sev eniy-rnur ueKree sixteen minuies imsi l.V. 74 tn- K.I iilone anld projection nf said southerly line of lands formerly owned hv Komi's Slade, iibout four hundre 1 and ten (410) feet, tn the place nf b'rtnnln; belna; the s.ime Innd and premises sic nndly described in a certain iult-clatn deed execuled hy The l.ackaw .inna Iron and Sleel Ciimnany In John .1. Albright, dated July , 1501. and recorded In Krle Countv Clerk's oltlt e, In l.lber " of DjeJs, nt imec Also all that trait, piece ur parcel uf land situate p.irtl) In the Cltv nf Murrain and partly In the I'ltv of l.ickawanna, formerly pirt of the Town of West ,sn ecu, In the County of Krle and Stale of New- York, more particularly buunded and described aa follows: lleKlnnluK at a nulnt, brine the Junction of the harbor lines aa established by the United States ilovernmerii on January 30, Kiotl, and March 27, U',19, which la the same Junction of such harbor lines referred to In a deed executed bv John .1 Albllcht and other to Ch.irlea V domlvear, dated July 1. 1 it 0 and recorded In Krle County Clerk', nltlce In l.lbir 1JS of Deeds, nt pane 2kti, theme south slxty-lilue dri;reea tw eni)-Kn minute, east IP-. ir.i- ,i- k, ) live hundred und ten 1510) feet to .i point which l the weslirlv extremity nf fund iniivoeil b) ("harlt W ilinid)e.ir and wife tn The l.iicUiiwiinna Steel Cnmp.iny. bv deed br.irliiK duln ihe twent) -Ihlnl duy of July. I'JH2. ihence north t vent) -elRht de. irreca weat l.V. "i W ). iihuut nve hundred nnd elsliiy (M0) feet to un Intersection with the burhnr line iibnvo inentlnnod run nfiipr In n enaterly nnd westerly direction: thence north fifty decree t-.ist (N ,'i0 K.I nlonir the lat nientloneil hnrbor line, about one hundied and twenty-elKht IIJK) feel to the plum of I'PKhinlne. cnnlHlnlnK flv-u hundred uud sl nln--1 linua.i mltlie i f.Oil) nf nn aci.i be the y nne mnro nr leas; heliiK Ihe same premlaea innveyeil to I'h.irle. v. Iiimil)e.ir bv The Un Ivjwiinn.i btee' Cum pun) by deed dated Julv 2a, fjnj, a hown on ti map nr plan attached to sail deed and colored red. Alio hII that truer, piece or parrel nf land situate, lying- did being In th. City ot Buffalo, County ot Erie, Stat of New and h und. o n lei b J 1 i S, , I Th-nce northerly nlong a line parallel 0f Kr. and State of New York greeted, and all fixture, and machinery Wife r Innir J II ivs. in.l if. fi '""' dl.lant we.ierly flftv i$oi feet Deed dated Novemh.r 4, 1912. Anson C 1 ue. In or nboui ,ny nf said premise. w .in.iv .ie s.i .ilr.i kL .,i;if'i,.2 " pre.ent renter linn of .nl.t Iluftnlo ' u.'ner and Mary F tn Pnlted Stat'" M-nall right title nnd Interest In and Julv 1st PiO: s.iM pnlnt nf beVlnn ng being V" sinnuenanna Hallway enmnany on. , Trut Company of New Ynrk recorded In " 'anus un.ier water coniaine.i :tn n or 1 about Ave hi" IreVt " nd thl ni Sj thousand and elghty-two il.os.i fe-t mnre ' ,'hr. mc of the Clerk of r.rle County In appertaining m an) of th. aforesaid de- , elght)..lx nne .hundredth. .531 T (.!' felt, j;.1;,, ? scribed premise, measured nn satd division tine, wesiwardly 'w.en .anus icrmeriy or J. J. Aiurignt and I ,nK ,Vsn separately desi rlbed parcels of Also all rights of wharfage, cranage, I from a point In the west line of the Ham- J,hJ 1 i.,,-i.. ..,... .n, I land located In Krl. County. State nf New doikage. pierage and riparian rights frin- 1 burg Turnpike. ,0 called las street sixty- . T,h' Vs."' "I TiJJlnrl, Vork chl.e. and prlv lleg. , of every kind and char- I six feet wldei. dl.tnnt lx nnd fifty-three cn miming ?ni nml tweS v four him Heed dated Noveinbsr 4. 1912 Fred A. n.ter whatsoever which i.re or mty h. tp- ' on. - hundredths (C 331 feet northerly, m. is. :11n . n "TJ '"".. l.ehr tn I'nlte,i states Trust Company of nurtenant or appertaining to the silt , 1 FOIILCI.OM'RF. HALT'S. rk, being part of the Ogden (lore Tract, so called, und bounded and described aa follow : Heglnnlng nt n point where the South line of the city of Iluffalo Intersects the Kast line of the Hamburg Turnpike: thence North twenty-one degrees nfl)-four nml nne-h.ilf minute West (N, si S4 ' Wi fiiro-twn and nlne-tenths (ti'.SI feet along said Kast line of Hamburg Turnpike, Ihence North eight) -nine degree eleven nml ono half minutes Kast (N. 9 1 1 ' K. 1 thirteen bundled sixty-one and sev enty. four one. hundredths M1M.74I feet parallel tn nnd rnrty (101 feel from said City Line to a point, thence North elghtv. one degrees llilrl) six minutes Kast (N, SI J1' IM three hundred nnd two and six. tenths (.10.' M feet to a pnlnti Ihence North eighty-nine degrees, eleven nnd one half minute eit'(N. , 1 1 P.I Inn hundred nnd nfly (SJOi feet parallel tn and elgnty (0) feet from said City Lln tn a point: thence South "event v. one de greet, forty. six minutes Kast (S. It 4' r.,i iwii niimireii and eleven ami six-tenms reet isii.i. reet fnrty ir. In I one four one-hundredth C09.3I) ."" ... place of beginning, conialnlng two and , thlrtv-tnn one-hundredth IS.33I acre Subject, however, In n certain agreement !"T.,,,,r V. nr:l"" "' i eorunr... 190.', between Samuel Ilea and wife, and .In'an J Albright and wife, providing 1 ainnng nlher things, fnr the construction nf n cnnal ncrns, H portion nf the premises Snrd d "rn".'!,rVe'' T',XTnnSl 'K Llbef,,95linof' i'ee, ,"nntlpag' II . and to 'J I certain other agreement made between I bearing date the flrt ilny nf I'ebruary. .In'an J Albright and wife, providing 1 among nlh.r things, fnr the construction The !.arl,iinii,i steel Company nnd John : . . . . ' th' m?n '. nhn ! eighth day nf .Vtay, 190?, prnvldlng among nil,-- ll.li.v- 1 1. ..,... -,.mI In. . nf . renal ncrns, portion nf the premls' herein described, and reiorde.l In Krle ! County Clerk's oinie In l.lber 939 nf Deed. ,.t ., , - no. lln-. t... ,t ..it ..I agreement made betw esn The l.ackaw anna 1 Steel Company and Charle W ilnod)ear , and wife, b.nrlng dale July S3. I90S, nnd recorded In the Krle Couniv Clerk . omce In l.lh.r 93 of Deeds, at page MT; and nlso suliject to the lanal nnd other rlgnls 1 I tn n pnlnt, and eleven ( 1 1 M : 1 '.. K - '...' ' and Siiiubime iiiinuv Cnomjnv In or turning nr in the i.nderslgn'd bond of frnm said City Line: thence South , "'o i re-n '1:."r,'"u' , all i n. of n road ennstructed nr the Ilufnic and Susquehanna Hallway :e ht. nd nne-ha f mlnutea Kast ' -f bed as follows: ' therenfier rn..;....r.a nf .yerv nature Company Issued under and secured hv Ha 0- K.I eleven III) feet tn a pom 'ginning ai a. peine inree o.i iy- h.i.n.i. . V.l 1. .'.a .,... mortgage tn the Pnlted States Trust Com- said city l.lne; theni e nlong said Cltv I seien nunurerlllis (3.471 feet easterly irom ., V, 7 ": ," .:; ' .;. nitv of Ne- verv. us Trustee, dated April In South eighty. nine degrees, eleven nnd the northwesterly corner nf parcel No. 1. ,,, " " vnrti I nil 1, 1903, with eoupnns ot Miv isl. PM0. ant ie.h,ilf mlnules tVeet is. X9 ll.i-, W) "hnye described, said point nf beginning be- I '',,m . ' B"T"nA....Xm all subsequent coupons thereunto attached, in tliouaaml and nlnelv sx nml tblrlv- ing in tlie southerly line nf n parcel or ' ',. "n." " " 'i11" ."'.: . I Tli, ,(n,M,M Mnroi.l ij srxnien ann i iinyej eu mine nuiinio along said soiilherly Ine frnm slid ex nnd Susquehanna Iron Cnmpiuy hy n cer- i.rlnr line ihence westerly nlnnc said i'l'i ' '"cn'ni'v'UV" Vl'rWf. 'ttSlTSl'ATi '""r line, nne hundred i "f feel, iul'y : iVoT'r'red'eln'nrff-ou'n.') , mJI ' 'hf ."'"i" n' "'."'"".'"iih. Clerk's nffHe In Liber 943 nf lleed. at pag. I MV' J l.l , iiuiinrc.i.n. 131, being the same premise. rnnved to' " J;' ' 'and, more or less, the Huffali. nnd Susquehanna IHIIwnv ..,'"n lhn' certain pieces nr parcel, of Coinp.ny bv Chnrle. W. iloodvear nnd 'and con eved by and more particularly wife, by deed bearing dale Ihe fourteenth "'"crlbed and set forth In the followinr day of March. 1903. Also nil thus. nv (M crtatn tracts, I Peed dated October 7 I90S. Frank H. pieces nr pin el of land situate In th onndjenr In Murrain and Susquehanna Hall inwn of llnmhurg, County of Krle and way Company recorded In the nmre nf ihe State of New Ynrk Clerk of Cntiaraugus Cnunty, Liber 33ii nf PAMCKI. NO. 1, Pee.i. pig. I9. cnnvelr,g a small pircel Knnwn nnd illrilugulshrd a a part nf nf land sltuai In Ihe Town nf Freedom, the lluf!aln Creek Reservation nnd further County of Cattaraugus, stale nf New Ynrk known and distinguished ns n part nf f,ni i"' v Township 10. in the M i llange nr rnwnshlps, bounded nnd described as tot- '';." , , . ..... . I Meglnnlng at a point In ihe boundary lin Albright and J r Tltu. ill.tant anutherly one hundied nnd flfty-nlght and fnur-lentha (ISx ti feet from, nnd al right angles to, the southerly boundary line of Lake Ave nue, nnd distant westerly r.lnetv (oi feet from the original center line of the Iluffalo i rl.hr .n i t r Tit, . .'n, .nn.h.rr; vav Company; I i lineiPp.nrn lei to we.terly from the ne .aid MufTalo nnd ana pusquenanni Itanwa Thence southerly along nrn instant 90 reet Susquehanna Hallway Company, alxty (10) feet. Thence easterly fnrtir I 401 fet nine or less, tn a liolrit distant westerly nfty 1SO11 feet from the nrlglnnl center line of said ' Iluffalo and Susquehanna Hallway Coin-. panv; Thence southerly along the westerly 1 ....... ... ... , .siisuuehanna Hallway Cnmnanv. said right ".' f".u."n,r.,",'t,i f,""";1 '" ."J" dleiant center line nf said MufTalo nnd Susque banna Halfway Cnmp.in) one thousand two hundred and fourteen nnd ninety-three hiindreiiins (1.314.93) feet. Thence southerly along a curve tn the right having it ra.llu nf nine hundred and nfty-nve and four-tenths 94I feet. for,n,mal' pirrei of land situate in tne uty instance or three hundred and tnirtv. nln and eghty-slx humlredths 1339 '" I feet tn h point distant westerly sixty (0i feet frnm Jhe nrlglnat renter line nf the said Muffa:n and Susquehanna Halfway 1 ompany. aiu curve neing tlie westerly right of way line of the stld Murfalo and ' Susquehanna Hallway Compan); I nf Deeds a! page :22 conveying a parcel Thence continuing snuthrrly along the I nf property situate In Ih Town of Welles, westerly right of way line of the "aid,, pie. Coun'y nf Allegany nnd State of Hurfaln nnd Susquehanna Hallway Com- w- Vork pan) for a distance nl nn. hundred nnd 1 ' t,,,,! ,!.,tt January SI. P0S. The Latka tiif .'fiA,??ht XtVX un!rZ'ini J' .n, I wanna Steel Company tn Iluffalo nnd Su In n'7 ai..Ln. L.lVril' Civ.v '',' J' 1 1 ueh.i nn Hallway Company recorded In ?e5n lh.d,:i..n.ln,".':,-V.1, i,"i.'nf '."hi !h- nfllc of the Clerk of Krle Count, In iier,i ,'.t M..,ii.i.nn 11. iisV-.i i-..n.: , Murrain and Susquehanna Hallway Cum panv; Thene. northerly nlong a curve to the left having a radius of one thousand nine hundred nnd ten and nne-enth (1.910 11 leer more or less fnr a dl.tallie of seven hundred and four ant fwn.tenihs (-0121 feet, in a point dl.lant westerly flftv (ni feet from ihe present tenter line of the said nunaio nnd Misquenanna italiwj) more or 1, and being all of the premises conveved hy Ihe stony Polnl Land Company In the iluarantv Trust Cnmnanv nf New Ynrk by deed dated .! mu try 1, 190. and recorded In the nrflce nf the Clerk of said County In l.lber 10J of PJs at page 512. PAHOKI, NO 2 Helng part of Lot number eleven (111. Township number ten iini, Hanre eight li. f the Murfalo Creek Indian Heserva tlon. and more particularly boun led nnd described 4. follow.' Meglnnlng nt n point In the southerly e of Lake Avenue, so tilled at h dls. ,cry from the westerly line of the t.ince of one hundred nnd elghtv (l0i -n, nr Ihe I ak. sihnr. Mlchlttm ?;'ivl Cnm, .tt.vv ,ll',h. ,fc,l . ,inl,i- .i,t souther y line nr I.ak. A Av enue. helng the Interseitlnn nf the division line bet ,-een land formerly owned by Jnhn F Tlius and lands nnw nr fn. merly owned by nson c (loodyear wlih the .aid Moutherlv line of Lake Avenue, running thence south. six degrees, iwn m, nines w.si ir. a- s w Icht ami fotir-lftithi (Kti fet to thr nuth Mil ot bl lot ti tl 111 Iter Iieii (111; thitir north rtichtv.four Aktp, "Ixtn nilnut- Wtt tN 1 W.I, ami alonjc the i-outh lln of tot number lv'n lit. fourtin 4 1 4 feet. llnnn" northerly about om hum!r1 ami llftyrlRht ami trty-tn nn-hunilriMthi HiS.i!i ffft. to point In thi nouthfrlv ln nf ,aU nm. w hlch, abl point tit vutt-n ant Mxtv-twn onf-buntlrfiltiM MT-vt ft drdthi 117 ft to th point or plac of hirltinlnir I'ontainlnr flv hnntlreil in-1 ivntv-foiir tn-thnummltli 4 .057 1 j of an acr. ha th iMtn nior or Ii Tot(thr with all th rljtht. tit! and In. trnt of th cabl crantor In and to hat-, vinu In front nf ami adjacent to the ihov dei-crlb.! prpmln PAIK'Ki Nt- 3. !llnit pait if lot No. 11, Township 0, Itann . of th Muffalo Crk Indian Rb rvatlon, boundrilaiitl drrlbd an follow : llpgtunlnfc at a pnlnt In th illUIiu lln lit t n lanu iorinri- 01 iiuaui I stmnttai h. ami Iaml formrlv of John i-v I Tllnn. wllr fi.tltl tllUlon lln I it lot At-- xt-rtril In ih w itrl llnfpf lanrln hr- ' jnfor tnvvdby Pild Mtlam I i biirh and Ida It., his lfe to the IhirTalo mid Miiiiehiiiin i Itillwny CnnipHti) , I Ihence north elcbi) four 4 x 4 1 deirrees. six- . .i mi-i"i "ne eent -five (.5) feet thence north eli 11 denrees, two 121 minute est four hun-lreii hii. i rortv-siv nnu emntv eight 1 n nninr. n,n ,,r in Tnwn rtr e.i eneci. i nnniv 1 '" ..... -,,. .. uai ae t rrtm frin lifilrit tT htnlnnlnx i .. ... .... ... - iiiaiiroiu i ompany ann in fTnir n or mit.urd alonr th nab! outhrly n of u,r,.-t in th Mltaac of uvtl. I.hU Avnu; thnr -outli lKhtv-fnur rn -an, Lanv " u of vl- dKr .lxtn tnlnutN KaM (H s I" !' t ' ,"f ' AJi5,hn, ,iLnZ V.). alonir i. Pouthrlv lln of !,nk tork hlJ! ? 1 ff AvVn.iP. dn!-..n ami nUtr-twn n-hnn- IK ' iniip IIU r. to ;li lllap of emu I v eiir ii I Heal!) ami Terminal i nmpany, b) iiee.l dited March !i. inoii, and recorded In the oillce of the Clerk nf sal, I Cnunly. In I.lher mil or tirens, ai tue a.is; inenre south cluht) -four (Sll degrees, sixteen i Id) min ute east alonsT said sotilherlv line of laud iouve)ed a aforeM.lbl seventv live (75) feet to the said w esterly line of land of ald Hurfaio and Suiueh,iniiH Hallnav- Com pany. thencn south six , decrees, two 121 minute wrt alone the said westerly line four hundred and forty lx and elghty elKht hiindredlh H4iisi feel m the place nf herlnnlne. helne a slrlp of land seventy, live (7M fret wide and four hundre, I and fort) six and elichty-elalit hundredtna (tin xl feet Innr. CnnlalnlnB rlxt) -seven hundredths (0 S7) of an acre of land, more or less; Also all Ihe rlKhl, title and Interest nf Ihe said Rrnutnr In and In that portion of Lake Avenue opposite to and iidjnlnlu: the premise hereinbefore described and being Ihe nne premise tonve)ed by William I". Sinmh.ii'li and Ida II., hi wife, tn the (lu.iraniy Trust Ciiinpanv of New York, ny dped dated June 7. IH0S, recorded in the tiflli e ol the clerk of said County In l.lber 1027 of Deeds at pie 50. I A 1 1 C I : I , NO, 4 Known and illMlneul-lird as a part of Ihe Hurt'iln Creek Iteeervatlnn and further known and illailiiKulshed aa a part nf I. on No H and 15. Township 10, In the Mn Italic f Township, buunded nnd described aa follow h: lleKlnnlnir at a point In the northerly line nf a pareel nf laud conveyed by Daniel W Allen and wife lo the New York Stite Healty & Terminal Company hv deed iiate.l Marcn moil, and recorded In the omce of the Clerk of slid Cnunty In l.lber lull nf Deeds, at page J5x, distant westerly fifty i50i feet from Ihe one I nil I cenier line ol tne nunaio ami pusuu-iianna iitiiwav Lompailii lliriive sr.irii) ninim Sim norinerlv Hue nf lind conveycl aa nfore. ..ia ai aa rest, tlt.n,.. nnrUi.rlv .inni, Compan) i tneuce westerly Hinna; siid line narall! tn am) illstanl westerly nriv see. irom vna propoieu center line or hundredth (44i; Sl feet In the southerly ' """?n, , ,?"'"' I If v" S'?,lr", Hue of a pircel of land convejed by Daniel County f Al le Kx n. Pt t. nf .Sew York, W Vllm and wife to ihe New Vnrk Stale 1 n distance of . 3 'hence In a nnrih- FOHEri.ostni', half:. the Murrain and Susquehanna Railway I nnipanv eleven hundred nnd fifty one and one-tenth (tl.M.I) feet more or Is to n J monument fifty 1501 feet westerly from lh ' iropnefi lenier line; inence soumer.y along the preeent westerly right of way line nf the Hurfaio nnd Sun,uhiinna 1111 wiy Company, said right nf way line being nxrallel m and distant weterlv fifty (Sni feet frnm the original center line of the. said Murrain nnd Suquehannn Itallwnv Company, one thousand one hundred and thlrly (110) feel mire or less, to the point nf beginning; eald parcel containing one nnd twentv six hundredths (l.sai acre ef land, more pr less, being the same premise conveyed bv the stony Point Land Company tn the tliiarnnlv Trust Company nf New York h deeil daled January M. 190, nml reenrded In the oince nf the'cierk of Mid County In Liner 1037 of Deeds, at page 510. PAMCKI. NO. S. , ... .. .. or n p.irrrt ni innieyni ny lisnisi Alien an I , tn the New York State Healty and Ter-I mlnal Company, by deed datrd March . 190, reenrrted In the nfllce nf Ihe Clerk of , sal, i county, In I. her 1041 nf peeu. i jj( r.,nninc thence north- iesterly. four hundre and Sfty-nlne and fmlr.,,n ,,. uS i) Kei in the .niithw'st- ' V, V..,r of ,,ri Vn i hnye de- l..tP mVn.ll 'cor'n Ph.in, ' ' "y'therlr line of ,ld parcel of land !.nn,. , y ,,''! .?,0.r'".'.W.i J.'""f5 sal. I Conmv in t.n... inn t ti.e.l. t , ,1 Coiiniv. in r.ih.e inn nf Heed, st i e 36X and running th.nce north- i...i. ; ""v.'.' ,n..1..: 'a (.lr. ,. ', , ,, .nuthwest- i .' nV ..ia . or sain """nr ninng SHI'l rnrinrr y line m i.nii r""1.'1' "I"" "aid northerly lln 1p, nn(l .,,n,-.,, jfAAi tn n l.nlnl dl.tan T on, In mire,! .o lnlv"fmir and I six i In. bimVtV erU- rn...,.-! i i i .. .1;. ii ri I ijsnn. no i.ttn.i-s.i onni I I t erlv, men. Uf., along said northerly line frnm the westerly exterior line of land of the Lake Shore Michigan Southern Hallway Com- tieny. .,..,...1., -.n-ll-l milt, -jia firs' above describe,! course four hundred and lift) -nine nnd four-tenths I4S9.4I feet In a point In slid sculherlv line of said I, nd conve5ed a. aforesaid, distant one hundred and eleven and llfiy-thrre hun-I rtredrhs lilt. . Hi feet wester y. meisured peed daie, Octnher S. 1903, The stnny Point Land Company tn Iluffalo and Sus-, quehanna Hallway Company, recorded In ; the omce of the Clerk of Kr. County In j.tber 10 nf p.ed." at page'lia cnnvcylni "Parateiy . iie.crlhe.i parcels or lano eliuite In the cltv nf t.Hckawanna. for merly n pnrt of the Town nf West Seneca, Cnunty of Krle and State of New York, Deed Haled Hentetnher S9. 190ft. tlarhira K. Fowler in Murrain and Susquehanna Hallway Company recorded In the nfflce of, " f"'l Hrle Cnunty In l.lb-r I0J of P-'ed at page 315 conve.vlng n small parcel "f land situate m the city nf Licka wanna, j formerly n part of the Town nf West Seneca, County nf Krle nnd State nf New 1 ork 1 Deeil d.iled Sentetnher -1. 1903. The I l.aiknw-nnna Steel Company tn Murrain anil 1 Susquehanna Itallw ty Company recorded In I the omce of the Clerk nf Krle Cnunty In l.lb-r 9S of Deeds nt page 3S0 conyelng a .niaii p.i-ce, nr lanu sliuaie in ine v ny ni r .t,... ....... .1.. . nt ih. -r.,Mn ' f We. Seneca, County of Krle and State nf New Ynrk Deed ilalei1 epiember 14. 1913. Waller I D and Helen M Ingham tn Murrain and Susquehanna lliltwa) Company recorded in ine nmre nr ti.e Clerk or Krie i nnnty , In Llher 93 nf Deeds nt page l conveying I iarinniM, t.irmrrij ..iii oi 111- inwn nr vv esi .-enrca, iouni) 01 i.rie .in'i State nf New Ynrk Deed dated June l 1903. Frank II Onnd v.ar. ef nt . tn lluffiln nnd Stisquehanni Hallway Cnmpiny rei orded In the otnee of the Clerk of Alleg.inv (?nunty In Liber 201 Liber 10t nf Deeds at page us ani page 192 and con veying the nreml.es designated by the letter O. Q. and D In that certalr egree. ment dated January 2(, 1905, between The Lack iw anna Steel Company nnd Iluffalo and Susquehmna Hallway Compinv nnd recorded In the offlre nf t),e Clerk of Krle County In l.lber 1017 nf Deed at page 231 C'nveylng a smill parrel of property situ- ae In tne v ny 01 i.acaiwanna. mrm-ny N'.w Ynrk re corded In the othre of the 1 Clerk of Krl. county In Liber 1253 of D.eds at pag 2(4 conveying a single ne- scribed pircel of Innd localed In Ihe Town of Hamburg Krle County Deed dated November 4. 1912. Anson C. Good)ear and Marv F C,ood)ear, Ills wife, in t'nlted Stat. Trust Cnnipanv of New York and recorded In the nrTIt of the Clerk nf Cattaraugu. County In l.lber 237 of Iiee. Is at inge co2 conve) Ing two separately described pari el or lanu locai.q in ine Town of Yorkshire In Cattaraugu. County, State of N-W York lleed dated Nnvemher 4. 1912, Anson c. Ooodyear and M irv F fiood)ear, his wife, to 1'hlled States Trust Company of New York, recorded In the nfllce nf the clerk . - ,tinlns. CAiiniv In I.ther -31 nt TV.!- 1 hi pirp 3 ronvrinc xnrr -piratfiy ! ilrrlb-il prrl of property locatm (n t tbf ttnn of Ilrlmont .,nd Illfitt. In Krl Count. Jn or iora. rl ilatl IVbruarv K 15flt., .tohn .T Mhrisht to Iluffalo .nl .ti-niih:nna rt II- a) Compan) reunld In th oince of th 1ITK I'l 1,1 it- ...mil j. "'' "I pcit l ptK1 th ruin'ni'K " "ini(i pirK-i of Itnd at outht tnrnr In th Cltv of TlufTalo, County of Krl, Hute of ,Nw ,to nil t lln of ratlroa I bRlnnlnit at lntr"'tlf'n f fouthrn trnilnu of th Un of th Iluffalo and Sunuliaiin.. Ilitl wa Compin) wltb th northern trnilnu" of th lln of th Muff a In and .'U'.qihinni S1.-I.-. Cniitiiv of Allrcinv. Stat of Nt. York a dltan of 4 7 tnll. thnr In northwtTrly direction .Houk th On Ulr to th VtlaK of nlnmnl. County nf' Al!KTns. State of NVw- Vork 1 dManr nf 1 r. mil, thfne In a northwtrly direction ab'til? th fln Illrr to th Vtllac nf llldrr. County of Allf-jany. Stat of New York,- t dlwtanr of MS ml1, thenr In a northwntrly dlrctnn atone th C.ni lll.r to the Vlllaic of Transit Mrldc. County of Allfuan). Stat nf New York. a dli-tame of 2 !.S mllet; thm- tn a northw Ktrly direction alone the (intr. ItUer to the Vlllitc of hpi. fat. County of Aliricanv. ,tntr of eW 1 ... illiinnr' of 4 21 mlU. ili.nr. i H norhwiiierly direction alon th nfnee ltlr to a Matlon near th Vltl.l(r,. 0f (intda, county or A.iecany. Stato nf Vevv Vork a distance of I 5.1 miles, Ihence in a northwesterly dtrectlou netr the n,n.. see Itlver to ftushford Station, County of Allecany, Slate of New York. a distance .,r .(i: miles, thence In a uoribi'e.i..i.. " - . . ......... .... . . .- . tj ""r" . ,, , m -miii-n near the viiinite nf cenlerv ine, Counly or vli.., State of New Ynrk n distance nf r, s mile, thence In a "nut hwesterly dlrecilon ibi- --I -.;".' ni .Mies-.mv. tn I'lxley Station (near ralrvlew O) Cnuniy of Allegany State nf New ynrk a rllstance or j ,i; nines; inence In i vvrst- rly illrecilon, crossing the line dlvblimr the Counties nr Allegmy and Cattaraugus In Cr)slal l.ake, (near Krei-doui), Courny of Cattaraugus, State of New York a ills, tance of S mile., Ihence In a north vveterlv direction tn the Village nf Sin dusky. County of Caltiraiigus, State of Nsw YnrK--a insiaiiin ni a s? nines, inence In of New York a distance nf : f,( nill.s theme In a vv eicrly direction and i msslni Tlelng prt nf Lot No. Kleven 111), Town . f- ,a. fit rr foe i n, i nirr i nv ssio nei, nu.iiii i'"""" -,-..'.- nip t,,,i , nn,,i" .,, n, i, v ?-n .tv i f Ty lining Ante of Vew- V ,el 1 ' ' 'be undelslgned at the time nf bidding, ,,, dlrecilon a ong CallRraugux Creek, and I firmed, either the 'sum of u r I I , I croeslng line dlWdltiK ,t,c, Cninilss nf n u.and D.ill.ua iJIMO.oan, lM ,,,,, "v ,r Wyoming and Cat ariiigns 'n the Vlllag, by cnliled heck upon nnv binir or irut tlie line nninm me . iniiin.i or calla. or unie-s ine oni'icr snau luaae a iiae i -raugu and Krle. tn the Village nf Sardinia iii or pledge with the uu lerslgneu a. Cnunty nf Krle, State of New York a ills! Iteferce of Three Hundred Thousand ,i;. tance of I 'J mile, thence In a vvei,.riy ; lir ilSOO.noin pur value nf ihe Him nmn. direction In a connection with the nur. liH" bonds of "il l defendant, Murrain and line to Sprlngvllle, N v.. a distance of 7 t su.iUhunun Hallway Cnmpiny. whb h atld mile, thence In n norlhvveierly dlrectlnn i deposit nf .ash nr hnnds shall be forfeite, on elation near he Village of Kast Con- 1,1 "'!' bbbler. v, in Is successful, shall cord, Counly of Krle. Slate of New York-. '' " "", ,!',, J'1' ;ouipl) wl-n "distance nf 2.2 mile: thence In a north. 1 "" "'rl" "' .'i1" "'I'1 dKinenl and nf any Krle. S'ate of New York a dlilance of i . miles, thence In a nnrth-v f aierly dlrei.ri.in In i "tntlnn li.nr Vorrh tlitslrin. Cnnni. ... .' ., V. , ., ' '" ' Krle, S ate of New- iork a illatauve nf . 3. OS miles, thence In a nor hwesterly ill. rertton to Village of Hamburg. Cnunty of i i-iisi msn m inr ,vi ui'tsuvs ui d.. roiiwi.osiHK Hvr.n. miles, thMice In n northerly direction to Village of Plasdell, County of Krle, S'xte of New York n dltance of 5.JS miles; thence In a northerly direction to point of cnnnectlnn with the Lake Shore and Mich I- gnn Southern Hallway near Smoke creek ureu in tne unilerslgneil, In the city of Lackawanna, formerly a The Court icsene fu'l power and dis part of ihe Town of Wet Seneca. County ' cretlnn to reje. t nm bid which. In the. of Krle, Slate of New York a dMaiue nf Judgment nf the Cnurt la In idequata r O.Sfi of n mile, and a total ijltame of , ubje( t in ju-t objection and also to re-elghiv-fnnr mii.i tbeee.ienth iK4 31 mile. sell the prnperty upnn such notice as tan Vlion ran,!, Ine ln"' ' ,h r",t of vlile Smir " JxtendlnJ from tl e po n of ' Hie purch iser. In ea.e the purrha.-r thereof en!nec.i::,,,Vh,7hen,.,,,rnne,:f ."iieltuf! - , j rY,p,:ci;,"r,.VyePwt'nfnn.!! WvWWT n'o'rTerYy ffiSfflen , '? " y'MAX o,n.m.,Hprl,'V,111' ,J,lr,n.e,io7b; Th" p"r'hr. on eonnrmatlon of ih. theme In n southwesterly , reel Inn " ' ' ) sale, shall make such further pamenti In end nf n track In the village nf Sprlngvllle, ,,h nll Mt.rnt nf ,h. purchise price, ns tniimy nf Krle. stale nf New Anrk; a dl- ti,e rnurt may frnm lime to lime direct, lance of one and thirty-six hundredths so min h of the purchase price ns may not II 31 mile. be required by the Court to b paid In cash Also all the estate, right, title nnd In- ; mav be paid eiiher In cash or the pur tere.t owned on said April 1. 190S, or there- ihaser mn satisfy and make gond u-h ............ ininai nronernea nntteii i,v ir nn April I . " ., H a f;''" ii .1 , 1 .... J,"' J1"1 ,"'' r,n' of w lamis, .'eai estate, grnunn, if nuv. varils. wbarve. dorks. I .-,,, " Hurfaio,, i p,,nI' ,lpni 1 rn"'" "f '"Z" o after acn, r1' .'.. '1 right., terminal, terminal P'ers. water ttfV. Hurfaio and Susquehanna Hallway Cnm-, l'n' upnn wblch the nboye iteserlhed nil- situate and which are nec-s.ary, convenient for the use. luiln- and niieratlnn thereof whether on alrl Anrlt 1 lflOl. or three- I after acquired lexiept such a have been I P . i , , ... . . . , , . , . . , i , -. "-n""-'l imm ine lien nr u, mTiKKr,, I '"gether with all right nf way. leases nf ' Ifaekage rB,la over the line nf th. ; rallrnad, i..rr-, ii, ,i mi- 1 1- ii ,,i -, lirMl,n,r,i , AIo all terminal properties, track, i rwilche. slrtlor.. smir. torn. I. hies. lele. . Mo all terminal properties, tracks, I ewitche. .Idlng.. sours turn-tables, tele. , graph nnd telephone lines, water t mks. bridges, vladucti, culvert, fence., depot.. er .. .?' hl.V.".nJi.S."5,nr.Vihl.V.r;."n?.Ve": '' ! :rniw Lonitrneifoo. n""7' IV'"" "Pn'rlalnlng to the line of rallrnid nhnve i le.erlbed Hnd all other thing of whatever kind nnd any and alt eaeinenls. leaseholds, i mntract and lontract rights owned b ald Murrain and Suquhatina nallwiv Cnm- pany on rnld April L 1903, nr therenfier acquired Hint nt any time have belonged in or appertained tn or have been provided fnr use upon or In counectlnn wlih any nf thes-itd lln. nf e..llrns, I hr.nehe machine I works or other properties (excepting only such a have hem released frnm the lien of said mortgage) Including leasehold irackage rlghlx and trackage agreements dlri.Hd In b sold i .xisn (erram inmriiniive engines, car- nnq other rolling stnrk nnd equipment, more particularly de.c.lbed a. fnllnws- , 1 . 49- s.e.i. Flat-bnilnim .irop.door gon- VUn . rl .In In. nt.mtli et.eln.s crannd '," v 1 i' V. dnl.i freight car of 100.000 pounds cipac- o. 11K01 to limn 'nn.olldated Freight lotomotlve. Nns. 1(1 to IK Inr 4' Passenger cars. Nn. 19 tn 52 Inc. ?-Cnmhluntlnn passenger and baggage rnr, No. 13 and 14; said equipment being snhtect to certain agreement dated the nrt day nf April. 1907. between Iluffalo and Sunuehnnv Mnrtc-ie nr Trus ' ,.Tnr , , equipment sh ,,," p Hallway Company and the t'nlted Slate Trust Company, as Trus-ee. r sahi ngreeinent nnu hall lie sold subjtct to Also (erlaln locomotive engines, cars end other rolling slot k and equipment, more particularly de. rlbrd a. follows: e 3 ton con.olldailon freight toco moive.( No. 117 to 122 Inc. 2 9 ton X wheel passenger locomotives. No., ST and 2". Passenger and Snggage car.. No. I , nnu 1 HutTet cir, Nn 29 2 Observation cars. Nns, an nnd 31. 1 Passenger, baggage and mall car, No. f, 193 Flat bottom, drop door, gondola freight car, vn.ooo pounds capacity, N'os. .3201 to .(100 11- Twin-hopper bottom gondola freight mr. xo.OOO pound, capacity, Nos. iOOl tn r,20n 21 -Cihnn.r.. Nn. 101 tn 155, I nrldge Dept Tnol Car No A-S. 1 LIdgerwoo.l Pnloader, No A-l 4 Hntrdlng cars, No. A-2, A-21. A-ll and A -22. 2 Ma'.la.t enr Nos 20 to 220 Alsn all nthr locnmotlves, engines, ten ders p4si nger atnl freight cars and all other rolling stoik nnd equlpmen'. and all Kinds or machinery and tools and nil ruel and all rails and material nnd other sup-1 utiirc 't 1 of Ihe blm k then'. wrtr-'v pile, owned by said Iluffalo and Susque- hIiiiik Ihe centre line nf Ihe blink, rara l-l hanna Hallway Compinv on April 1. 1903, ,ir M..ir'v n with i:ls- Si, eel. twenty 1 ;m nr since acquired by 11 nr In which l! has 1 fen theme n.nli-rlv. parallel wlih First an equity lexcepting only u h s have j wenue and through a pan, wall nne nun been released from the Hen of slid , dred 1IOO1 feet eleven Mil Inrhes. 'hrlrs morlgage). , iH.terly along the .outhcrly side o U'.t Also all warehou.es. elevalnrs. sTucture. erection. buildings. dock-. hu'khrads wharves, cribs, revetments and piers now upon or In front of. or In anv manner ap-P-rt.lnlng to. or .onncctel with the stld dbove ile.trlhed Itnds and tines nf rallrnid. premises nr anv part then of. or tn wh;ch the Hallwav I or mtv or sh ill be. for any , retson. eii'itteii, mn aio nil the lands, 1 ml eslaie ground" wav. rlgh's of mv ! ard wharve.. do. k piers, water rlgh's 1 lertnln lis. terminal farllllle.. licenses and , ' casement now owned hy said Mufftlo nod , Sti.quehinnt Hallway Company, upon 1 which the above described railroad lints 1 nf ral.rox I or railroad, are luated or , which ire necessvrv useful or conv enli nt ' for the use. m untenant e ami opt ration of I the aid railroad, together with al: the 1 rights of way. leisc of and trackage 1 right of "ild Muffitn md Susquehanna Midway Compinv nd also all things In action rl.C-ns ' and demands nf said nurfalo an 1 Susque. , I. . . It . 1 1 w . Cnmn.nV lrt any anil an corpnril or othf rlcbt-". prhllfprt am! f r.tn. )ie nhdh U Ttuffalo ami Sm"Uhann Itaflu iv t'oni. piny now i. for or appcrinlnlnv to ih fonriirtion. tn tlntcnanr. n nr ip ra tion or mm n .m or rallroail. hran-ri j trmltnl pr.pr'l ma 'hlu work or hnp I T "Win m.. 'iiimt-i t in mf fn 01 UU ni"riK..f ur u ri ni iruI Kn, An n) nn,j H thn r,.nt. fM profltn tollii ami oti.r Inrom of ijrh tln nf railroad, branrhe. and terminal proper- ! tlaie the .-- h d,i nf ,1-iij. n 1 . . iii tle. ind all other properties which are under. Inn- u. the Itefere, m il i tudament ubte.'i tn the en of said mortsice or' ntm-l, will nil a- pui.'l an tion at the deed of -rust K,,bllli:e Sale in, Ni. ll-lil Vesey Aln 9.1 13 hare. of pvr value of I'O ,-ir, .1. in the llomuth "f .Minhat an. c.-v end nf the common ctplial mck of the I of Ne.v ork. on the Sis: dav of August, iiui.ei.. ,i . , i,i,i.iiin.i ii.iiiriiaii l in). n i n V nd alsn all cash, chn.e. n action claim and demands nf every kind, all honks of record agreement, contr.icis plellients. furnlnire. materlll. nelht.'c.ii' oil fuel anil lit Hi r Mipplle In the p.i.s... j ni.ip. nic. iini-iiiiienis. mn., nxtures, m sum i'i ,'i .-..'..eiiit; i'. sain nuillln atl.l Susrinehnnni Hallway Companv nr held hv the plalntlfr berrl.i as tru.-ee under st,I mnrtKaee nr hv llirry I Miller n receiver m nn- i..usr. -in ii re,-, ,,cr nny re an and record a m iv be neccsstrv or con venient tn enable him to prep-re bt ac counts or to perform hi oiher duties a. rec-lv-er ivht n ihe sime hive serve,i u, ). purpose the reirher .ball deliver rbeni to the purcbiiser. unless thei i bin. been prevlouslv delivered to th, pur.'h iser il.n all property nf en-rv name and niture whatsoever and where. o.ver struite no parlli Ul irlv herelnbrfore ile.i rlbed nr f ferred in. belonging to sal.) defend int TlufTiln -ind Sus,oehinna Hallwiv Com. pany or ald llarrv I Mllli-r. ns ruelvor herein or In or to which Ii or he as such receiver have anv estate rlgl t. title prop, ert), possession, ilaltn or demand whrnsti. ever without excluding from the generality nf till description anv prnperlv whit soever because nf ape. Itlca I Ion . n other pari, of till" Judgment nf anv other par ib-iilar pruperlv nr class nf prnpertv and Including also all) oiher properties nhbh III i on r i in iv lunoer nnu nr ilecree o b pinpeitv of anld Hurfaln and Susnueh mn i ! " ,M " v t'onipinv or tn belong to sild II irrv f Miller, as sui'h ri elver hn.ln and be sublect In the said lllnrlgags herein furei lo.ed, The abnve inculinned preiuties. piopert. and fran.hl.es spei III, 1 11 v des, rlbed herein and In ild Judgment .-ifnresihl u tl I b sold as an enttnly and as nne parte) Pursuant tn the term uf s.ibl Iii.Il-,,..,., nf foreclosure and sale the iinlerslgue, will ni-i epi in. i.i.i n.r me pniperiv, preni cii.v of llulTaln, N Y pnv.ihlr I lie ' in ihe order of the undersigned as Hi furei. r cudnrse I I'be .eilitlta.e nf anv liaiik ir tn.st com pinv In 'he ( iv of Vetv York IneliiHug the plaintiff that Ii Ininl hnii'l- m.i t.,,.. puns .is iheiei' de-trtbel seitited b th aforesaid mortgage subjet 10 the nrtlet of any paVl)' niiuetl anil tianferret to in nn,l,rilsn.,l as referee, will be reneli'e.l i ana av.'vep.vv.'u in ucu ut ucpvsiv -?( int ronrri.ostnE mlf.s. hourl and coupons prlnd In said fertlV inte, on account the bonds require! to be deposited as aforesaid In Ilea nt cash, with like fori e nd erfwt a though the bonds and coupon therein named had been de- property prem ise and frnnchlse will he sold subject to the lien nf anv and all taxes assessments and water rent levied agilnst said abun described premises or nnv part thereof, which nr nr nisy he ehatgexhte linon said property nr premise, or anv portion thereof r, r , th. 11", nf sahl mortgage dated April 1. 190S Th. pun hi. r shili. a a part of th tnti.l leratlr n fnr such sale nnd In addition tn the price h,, take the proper!) pur- i hmi.il .ol.ieet tn nll eoiiillllnns. ressrvn- Hon and lestrlittpns set out In th said , . . i , , , , , .. . ,. , -na tn jhh i ,. 'r ,.. ,- ..... joiiKr.i'ilt ill ,,rrniii' en', aliv lien wlibh tn.n have h.re.fter be est ibllshed n. Ii eve, the said mo-Ig ige dlted r-r 11 nr nis.j' tvlng priority Anrll 1 190.X. nn an priming nnirneis in r prnperlv ntinve described law and all prndlng ; nntrnets In tespect to mii property ntiove ,ies.-rlbe,i lawjuuv mane mr Jh' r.c.lv er of 'l'7,,,n.r7"!;il,2Hn fhl. ' Jii.fect o unpaid In- "hall I. ive been diilv r ontract-d nr Ineurrel hl a.l re,.v.r nf i ,Ml. nm) w In re.ti-.'t thereto before. Ihe possession of th. prop- i kll. l. .'.I .ml h. nl .1 hlT ,n), rfnr herrln out of Ihe Inmm and earning nf tlie said property uboy. rl- scribed, nr which shall not be paid out ef t,e proceed nf the sale of and pioperty above desi rlhed Any person prnpo.lng to purchase at said sale ihe snld prnpertv. premlt and fram lilacs nimve de-, rtbed Is refe-red to the Nlfl lllite nielli nf foreclosure nnd sale. In this nnihe pr"!tlca!ly nienMoned. for ninre full .mil lompiete rlesi rlpll iii of the pniperiv. iiremie hili iranvnisr- in-''" directed to h. .o'd. and also for the terma and in., IITI-tt- upon whl. b th- il of 'H'I PT'ipei-'. 'ir-ni. nm, i..v...-7- V " il ,..,,,ila Vni. ftt ,,n fhall mad. eutled re pie, ef "l '" ' ' ",'l e nnd.rsrened J I thJ " . 7 o ,d"miv'J Si 'in'- epe.'ted 1.) the Intensied persona or bid- ders. Dated. Julv 20tb. 19I". OKOHHK t cltOFTP. nefere STKWAHT A- SIIF.AltF.lt. Attornevs for Platntllf. 1)11. e A P O. Addres. No Wall Street. Hornugli nf Manhattm. Cltv of New Ynrk. N Y SI'I'IIKMK COI'HT i-iiCNTY OF NKW VOIIK - AUDIF. It -Kl.lll.M AN and HRA THICK S II ZIKiiKL. a Administratis wjih the Will Aunt tod nf Ihe goods, chat tels nnd iredli lefi unadmlnlstered of Simon llernbeiuii r ilr, or I. plaintiffs, igilnst l.oris MllKNNKi: et at, de fendant. In piir.imu r nf .1 Judgment of fore cb'suri' and .Hie. duly itiadi and ent.i.d hi ilin iilinve-enlliled a' Ion and 1" irlog iltle the M daV nf August. Pal". I th undersigned, Hi referee in said 'udgm.nt named, will .ell at pulilh am tlon. nl the Kvnnailge 1 lesrcnm. No H-ll". Ve-ev . r.et. In the HormiKh of Manhcian c. v nf New York, nn the 31st 1I.1V nr Aueu-' t-li at 12 n i ! k nnon nn thit di) hy H SKIMI P. DAY Vucii ineer. th. prnnlsea illrei e, bv -tld Midcmenr in he .01,1. nl '1 i herein iecrihfd n. follows. All that ccrliln Int. pie, e or par. -I of b'nd. with the building ami Imprm enema hereon err 1 te I, -It'll e 1 v Itig ind S off lii 1 lie llorniigb nf Miu'llllin Cl'v of NeiV 'tk bi'iiiiilcd and iltsirli'i'l h. follow, IIKHIS'NINii it 1 pnlnt mi the .nutherlv Ide of K.i.i 121.1 iriet. dlsLinr one hun iltid nnd twenty il:'Oi f i-t wester'.' trotn the cirner farnud hi rh.- luier-ectton of 1 he weterlv side nf Fir-" Avenue and ''in .I'Ullierlv side nf 12lt Streel. llien'" run- 11. ne -oiiih.-ly pinltel with Flrt Avem .ind 'hri'iish i pirtv wall on .nd'.l 1IOO1 f.. jtiil eleven till Im lies o th street iwcitv i.'Oi f, t 10 the po.ut or i,m h of lii c.linltig Said preml.i being known 1 No, 3 ,1. Cot I.'l.i -ilr.et Due. I S',.' Vnik Vuttl.t "i 191 PKHCt V 1. II CHKlil'lHV Hef-re. KD.M1 S'l IIPHI.KY. AM.irnei for P. tlnilffs, 233 ttroadwav. N', iv York I'trv. The fol'owing Is a dligrvm nf the prnn irt)1 10 be sold. 11 street Number t 35 last 121st Street. 121st Si 30 120 Tb npprnsim.it amount o h nn nr inner, in mhiidiv nuin in .th.,. ( tl rttieil propyl t v i t tn - i.il, if ST 2.i ", with lntrt th-r.-on ftt-m ilm 3.t tv t Jul), 131.., tMRPihT with th. ii, m .iIIu.iIh- ainokiiitimc tn J;i;i lit. mMi In t t?itt from Auk ii-.! . touc Idt " m.i j ibf tvpfiieifi) nt ih-- -al? Th .ippi uMid' I .inioiiui f th I a trnifnt anl .ttr raifi. or h r II n w tilt j ,n- .tllo.xftl to tlu' pur i Ii iim out of fji t'lirihiof nioti. .-i r p.tiil l th It f r U 3i T.'i and lntrTt . In d. Ncu V -rk. Aneu-t I'KllCIVAI, 11 Wtr,iliMtV. !lfr sriMSKMi: roritr. corvrv op nrw t 11III.' (I t HO t IH'TTI' I ,'tift't'frtl ' 'MalntltT 'iv.itnt M.Mi- I)iit'i;i; tni (n, t ltf, T I ! I II' f In nur-iiaiice of a judement of fore- cli.sure m 1 sale, ihi'.v 'int . ind entrrcl in 'he Ml.xir intlt'el Aillm .-i n I Impln. i 'i ,. n is ii rim K nn,.ti on mat -la), Hill .." I. KKS.NKI.I.V ailc-li.neer the pieinisi .llri-r ed bv sa.d ludsrineut to be sold ind therein drscr'lird as foTbvv. Al,l, ill it certain 'nt, piece nr parrel nf i,,.. i ,.i,t. ii. i., ,ii. ii,... - ...i i thereon, situate, Ijlni; an I be, ij in thn I --y ,.f r vv Y"lk. and Imundcil in I .le. t 1 liei I as rnllows. V U ' lll'.iilNN'INC, n: a point in Ihe Southerly side nf tin.- hutldrr.l Hi. I thirteenth s.'..., i .ii.iant two huudn I I eluh'v -oni. i.sii tic: and llirre i.n in-ht Ih-ur'v fr . rti the S"iltlirarterlv mruer of said Street an, I Fifth Ainiue, riiimiiiK -henre souther'v pir.illrl Willi sal. I Annuo and part nf the wai through a pirtv will, i ine hundred i Mill feci and "leveu i tl I In. lie. In tlie unite line of tin block, 'hence K.a.'frlv ab.iii; .il, n nne 'inn nf the block Kich-een il'i feel and nne i !i i In. Ins. then...) S.irtherly aenln piralb-l with ald Avenue, I'ne htindred iloiii f, , t .,,, ,ieien ,-ti In. Its ., the Snil-l.i-'v -1 I of ,j,J on iHlli.lri'd and thlllirnlh Street, unl then. Vi"ti"'lv ulniiK I III -.rue Klchtien ilti fe.t md Vine Cm In. h-s to he point nr p' - nf I" ginning lined Si w x.nrk. Xug'isl 1H KDU-Alltl II IKiWI.I.Vli llrfere. Dt i:it. STItri.NH ,t- WIIITKIIK.VD. Armrt lie) ft.r Plaintiff. Nn. u Wall Street HcrouKli nf Manliai-an. Vevv York C The fill owing le a il.itr.im of 'he p'r.ip f.rlv .n11 " number It 2) l..it 1 1. Till Sine-. lUih is-reet I li' 3' f -VI' 3- N Ccnirc llno of block" I Th apprnxlmaie amount of the nn nf ell II go tn sallsfV Willi h 111" ahme ,e. clllied prnpi-rty l tn be n!i Is flT.SSI J'. with Interi si Hi. rnon from the 2T-h Uv nf In v. I'll:,, ingi ther wlih ihe ioat ami nnna.iuic aui'iuti inu in tsO it. nn; Inteie-t finm duly .'Mill Ml'., together wl'll the .MMI"''" of llie "tie Tin appinxiin i:e ain.'iin' of the laxe., asse-iiu' nl and ill I- I i't , nr utliet llen Ml,l,b III In be , itvved l.t t)n purtba.ee nut nf tl't- pur'-liisi, nionii, nr pild t.) ,)i. llcf'ti't, Is Ji'i 7 7 7 and Interest Dili I S'i ,v Ynrli. Vugust fi. I'll , KDUAHD D. DtiUI.I.Nii, Hcferee. ll.M)l.l I ION Mil U K. N.i-bB Is herrby given that ih" part. tii-i.tiiii liteh Hultsisiing between Arth ir I Hindi, ant H f lit, nd V hie under th I linn ni "r iiimi- .x. t 1111.17, de.i era m it. a .ml o', 1 iimi - ni i I, oks at .11 V ,t 1 "i --1. ' N. ,v X ,'h . " w VI rtls. ie i't '1 ' Ma lis anl in x " " ' u s- ,tls i. I l - nviti e.ued oa I a i .1 .late Dated. Nvw Vork. Ju 3" lais AHTIiUU 1UND3, "4 1