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THE BROOKLYN DAILY EAGLE. FEW YORK, SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1900. 16 LEGAL NOTICES. COUNTY COURT. KINGS COUNTY COLLEGE Point Savings Bank, plaintiff, against William J. GilPUn and other; - , defendants In pursuance of a judgment of foreclosure and rale, made and enteral in the above entitled notion, dated the 3th day of March. 1900. I will soil at public auction :o thi hlgh - .r't bidder by Thomas A. Kerrl - pan. auctioneer, a; the salesrooms. No. 9 Willoughby street, in the Borough, of Brooklyn, County ' or Kings, on the 10th day of April, 1900. at twelve o'clock, noon, the lands in said judgment mentioned and therein described as follows: All those certain Jot?, pieces or parcels fo land, situate, lying and hoinjr in the Borough of Brooklyn of :h; City ,;t New York. County of Kings and State of New York, known and designated on a certain map, nti:i''d "Addition No. 7 to Vanderveer Park, belonging to Germ.mia Real Estate and Impr. Co., Flat lands. - Kings County. New York." surveyed An gust. 3P9.". by Charles Crnok civil Engineer and Surveyor. 200 Jorale - inon street, Brooklyn. X. Y.. and filed September 1, 1SS6. :n the Offic1 of the Register of the County cf Kings, ns - and by the lots numbers four thousand one hundred and fifty - eight and four thousand one hundred and fifty - nlnn. in block number f Ighty - six, and which said lots, according to paid map. arc - bounded and described as follows, to wit: Beginning a: a point or. the vost - erlv side of East Thirty - fifth street distant three hundred and seven and fifty - one hundredths feet i - outherly from the corner formed by the intersection of the westerly side of East Thirty - fifth street with the southerly side of Avenue G: running thence southerly along the westerly side of East Thirty - fifth street forty feet: thence w cst - erly parallel with Avenue G one hundred feet to the center - ine of the Mock, between Fast Thirty fcurth and East Thirty - fifth streets; thence north' erlv along said center line f the block and par - nllel with East Thirty - fifth street forty feet, and thence easterly parallel with Avenue G one hundred feet to the westerly side of East Thirty - fifth stroet f.t the point, or place of beginning. Also all the right, title and interest of the parties of. In and to East Thirty - fifth street lying in front of and adjoining said premises to the center jine thereof. Dated March 19. 1W. WILLIAM WALTON". Sheriff of Kings County. Edwin Kempton. Plaintiff's Attorney, 175 Rem - sen street. Borough of Brccklvn, City of New York. N. Y. The following Is a diagram of the property to be old as above described: &t4 East Thirty - flfth street. i 22f - 4t5 - j I g MgT.fl 40 I 307. 6 East Thirty - fifth street. The approximate amount of liens or charges o satisfy which the above described property is to be sold Is ?2, 494.00, with interest thereon from March 13. ISOO. together with eostr. and allowance, amounting to $190.95, with interest thereon from March 13. 1900. and the expenses of the sale. The approximate amount of taxes, assessments or oilier liens which are to be allowed to the j - .irthaser out of the purchase money or paid by the Sheriff Is S2S.31 and interest. Dated March 39, IMO. WILLIAM WALTON. Sheriff of Kings County. mhl'J 3.v m&th The above sale is hereby adjourned to April 24, if - 00. at same hour and place. Dated April 10. 1300 WILLIAM WALTON, Sheriff of Kings Count - a: I 4T. v.&s COUNTY COURT. KINGS COUNTY PETES Doelner. plaintiff, against John J. Mohr and Others, defendants In pursuance of a judgnienL of foreclosure and sale, duly made and entered in the above - entitled action, bearing date March Id. ISG0, I, the undersigne'l. the referee in said judgment named, will sell a: publi.: auction, i't the Rotunda oi the Kings County Court House, In the County of King?, or. the twenty - fifth day of Apr', 1900. at 12 o'clock, noon, on that day. she premises in an 3 by said judgment directed to he sold, and therein described as fo'.'.'uvs: All that cert ahi lot, piece or parcel of land, with th? building thereon erected, situ. - uo. lying an.l being in the Thlr3 (formerly Tenth) Ward of the City (now Borough J o: Brooklyn. County of Kings und State or' w York, and bounded and do - scribed as follows, to wit: Beginning at a pom: tin the northerly side of Atlantic avenue distant eighty (SO) feet six t'Vj inches easterly from the northeasterly corner of Atlantic avenue and Third u venue (formerly Powers street); running thence northerly parallel with Third avenue and partly through the corner of a party wall on the lot hereby convyed ani the lot next adjoining on the west fight;.' f80) feet: thence easterly parallel with Atlantic avenue mr.cteen feet six !) Inches; thence souther - y paralisl with Third avenue and partly through the center of a party wall eighty (SO) feet to Atlantic ave:u:e, and thence westerly along tho northerly sid - 3. .f Atlantic avenue nineteen CP) feet six '6) inches to the point or place of beginning. Dated April 3. 1900. WILLIAM S. WARLAND. Referee. C & T. Perry. Plaintiffs Attorneys. TT Green - point avenue. Brooklyn, N. Y. The following is a dUg:am of the property to be sold, known as N'c. 523 At!ontlc ftvenue. 80.6 196 Atlantic avenue. The approximate amount of the lien or charge to satisfy which the above df - serib - d property is to be sold is S6.0S4.72. with interest from March IS. 1P00, together with costs and allowances, amo'imlng 10 $412.45, with interest from March SI. 1SC0, together with the expenses cf the sale. The approximate amount of taxes, assessments, water rates or other liens, to be allowed to the purchaser cut of th - s purchase money, or paid by the referee.' is S3."S.6P and interest. op33w tu&s WILLIAM E. WARLAND. Referee. SUPREME COURT, KINGS COUNTY ED - ward M. Grout, as general guardian. &c, plaintiff, against John P. Free and others, defendants In pursuance of a judgment of foreclosure and sale made and entered in the above entitled action, dated the 2Sth day of March. 1900, I will sell a: public auction to the highest bidder, by Thomas A. jCerrlgan. auctioneer, at the salesrooms. No. 9 Willoughby street. In the Borough of Brooklyn, County of Kings, on the 26th day of April. IJiOO, at twelve o'clock, noon, the lands In said judgment mentioned and therein described as follows: All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land, with the buildings and Improvements thereon, situate, lying and being in the City of Brooklyn. County of Kings and State of New York, and bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a po',t on the southerly side of Sutte.' avenitj distant eighty ftet westerly from the corne. - formed by the Intersection of the southerly side nf Sutter avenue westerly side eiliKrr avenue; run - with Snediker ave - c: thence westerly t w p n t y f ee t : t hence h Snediker avenue ntnt; thence southerly p.:. nue ninety - two feet six j 3 1 m 1 1 e 1 with Sutter a v northerly again nam 11 - ll - . ninety - two feet six inche southerly side Sutter avenue; thence easterly along Sutter avenue '.wenty feet to the point or place of beginning. Together with all the right, title an.i Interest of the party of the first part of. in and to the avenue lying in front of said premises to the center line thereof. Dated April 4. 1900. WILLIAM WALTON, Sheriff of Kings County. William E. C. Mayer, Plaintiff's Attorney, 1S9 Montague st, Brooklyn, N. Y. The following is a diagram of the property to be sold as described above, the street number being 4S4 Sutter avenue. Brooklyn: Sutter Ave. - 3JT The approximate amount of the lien or charge to satisfy which the above described property is to he sold is $2,589.02. with Interest from March 28. 1&O0, together with costs and allowances amounting to $158. OS. with interest from March 28. 1950, together with the expenses of sale. Dated April 4, 1900. WILLIAM WALTON. Sheriff of Kings County, n 1 3w w&s SUPREME COURT. KINGS COUNTY EU - gene A. Klock. plaintiff, against James J. Walsh and others, defendants In pursuance of a judgment of foreclosure and sale made and entered in the above entitled action, dated the 4th day of April, 1900, I will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, by Thomas A. Kerrigan, auctioneer, at the salesrooms. No. 9 Willoughby street, In the Borough of Brooklyn. County of Kings, on the ?A day of May. IT - OO. nt twelve o'clock, noon, the hinds in said judgment mentioned and therein described as follows: All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land, with the buildings thereon erected, situate, lying and being In the Borough of Brooklyn. City of Now York. County of Kings and State of New York, bounded and described as follows, to wit: Br - glnning at tho corner formed by tlu - intersection of th northeast erlv side of Bush wick avenue with th n.'rth westerly line of Furman street or avenue; running thence north - eahtfrly along the northwesterly sid. of Furmnn Ftrr - et eightv - twn f. - ot ; thc,:vo north westerly parallel to Bushwir - k avenue twenty fpt; to a point opposite a party wall: thence southwesterly again parallel to Furmn n nn't and inn of the distance through said parly v:tll i?'ntv - tvo fVot to paid northeasterly p of Bushwirl; avnu; thence southeasterly along said Kusinviek avenue twenty feet to 'he point or pia:. - of r, - g!rining. Together with all The right, titln and interest of the parties of the first r - art of. in and to the ptreets lying in front of said premises to the center thereof and also all tho right title and interest of the parties of the first pari in and to tho court yard In front of ?;Lid prmies Dated April 11. lpw. WILLIAM WALTON. Sheriff of Kings fnunty. Kiendl Bros.. Plaintiff's At torn - vs 2 f.PO 'Atlantic avenue. Brooklyn. N. Y. The following is a diagram of the property to be sold as above described: 82 Furman st or ave. Tho approximate amount ot liens or charges to satisfy which tho Above dr - ribr - d property is to be sold Is ?2.io7.7!. with interest tlvron from April 2. 19i"0. together wiih costs and allowanc - . amounting to il'V'.Tl. with interest t hereon from April 4. ll'OO, nnd the ex;iensi - - s of the ao. - pho approximate ainoun'. - of taxi - s. assossnients or other li' - ns which arn to be allowed to ii - .o nur - chaser out of the purchase money or paid bv" the Sheriff is $171.::! nnd interest. Dated Ar.ril ' WILLIAM WALTON. Sherirf of Kings Count v. anil 3w w.ts Great Britain's government ip endeavoring to purchase five automobiles nf the "traoteur" das?, each capable of drawing two tons. They arc icv use in the Transvaal. KEGATj notices. SUPREME COURT. KINGS COUNTY F. C. Schulze Lumber Company, plaintiff, against Harry H. Huff and others, defendants In pursuance of a, judgment of foreclosure of a mechanic's lien and sale, made and entered !n the above entitled action, dated the 16th day of March. 1900. I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, by J. L. Bruinlev. Auctioneer, - at the Real Estate Exchange, No. 1SS Montague street, in the Borough of Brooklyn, in the County of Kings, on the ISth dav of April 1900. at twelve o'clock noon, all the right title and interest which the defendant, Har - rv H. Huff, had in ; - nd to the land and premises in said judgment mentioned and described, on the seventh dav of November. 1SW, and therein described as follows: All those certain lots, pieces, or parcels of land together with the buildings and improvements thereon erected, situated, lying and being In the Borough of Brooklyn, City of New - York, County of Kings, and State of New York, bounded and described as follows to - wit: Beginning at a ooint on the northerly side of Win thro p street, distant four hundred and eighty - nine 4S9) feet ten ilu) inches easterly from the northeasterly corner of Nostrand avenue and Wlnthrop street and running thence northerly and parallel with Nostrand avenue one hundred and six (106) feet; thence easterly and parallel with Wlnthrop street t wo hundred (200) foot; thence southerly again parallel with Nostrand avenue one hundred and six (106) feot to the northerly side of Wlnthrop street, and thence westerly along the said northerly side cf Winthrop street two hundred (200) feet to the point or place of beginning. Also all the rl.tht title and Interest of Harry H. Huff of in and tn Winthrop street lying in front of and adjoining aid premises to the center line i hereof, which lie had on the Tth day of November, 1S9P. Dated March 23, 1900. NOAH TEBBETTS, Referee. Alexander Solz, Attorney for Plaintiff. Hitchings. Palllser & Moen, Attorneys for Defts. Hitchings & Taylor. The following is a diagram of the property to be sold as above described: 4S9.10 200 Winthrop Street. The approximate amount of Hens or charges to satisfy which the above described property is to be sold is JS07.06. with interest thereon from March 16, 1900, tcg.'ther with the costs and allowances amounting to $39. 63, with interest thereon from March 20 IPr., and tha expenses of the sale. mh27 3wTu&F NOAH TEBBETTS. Referee. The sale of the said right, title and interest of snid Harry H. Huff in the above described premises is adjourned to the 23th day of April, 1900, at 12 o'clock, noon, at the same place stated in the foregoing notice of sale. Dated April IS, 1900. alS 2t w&. NOAH TEBBETTS. Referee. N. Y. SUPREME COURT. KINGS COUNTY Thomas F. McDonald, plaintiff, vs. Patrick J. McDonald and others, defendants In pursuance of an interlocutory judgment of partition and sale, duly made and entered In the above entitled action, bearing date the 2Sth day of March, 1900, I, the undersigned, the referee in said judgment named, will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, by Thomas A. Kerrigan, auctioneer, at the salesrooms, number 9 Willoughby street, in the Borough of Brooklyn. County of Kings, City and Stat - ; of Nov: York, on the 3d day of May, 1900. at 12 o'clock, noon, the lands in the County of King3 in said judgment mentioned, and therein described as follows: All that certain lot. piece or parcel of land situate, lying and being in the Twenty - fourth Ward. City (now Borough") of Brooklyn. City nf New York. County of Kings. State of New York, bounded and described as follows: Beginning at thi - corner formed by the Intersection of th nrntherly side of Bergen street with the westerly side of Troy avenue: running thence northerly along the westerly side of Troy avenue twenty - right fee: and four inches (2S ft. 4 in.1 to the land late of Leffert Lefferts. deceased; thence in a southwesterly direction along the land late of Leff - rts to a point on the northerly side of Bergen street, distant eighty - five fet eight inches (S5 ft. S in.) westerly from the northwesterly corner of Burger, street and Troy avenue; thence easterly along Bergen street eighty - five feet eight inches iSo ft. S in.) to the point or place of beginning. The following is a diagram of th said property: Bergen Street. The approximate amount of tajces, assessments or other liens which wil. be allowed to the purchaser out of the purchase money or paid bv tho Referee is S105.42, Also that certain other lo:. - piece, or parcel of land, situate, lying . and being In the City fnow Boroughs of Brooklyn. New York City. County of Kings and State of New York, bounded and de - scribM a3 follows: Beginning at a point on the northerly line of Prospect place, distant (255 ft. 4 - 2 in. I two hundred and fifty - five feet four and one - half inches easterly from the northeasterly corner of Prospect place and Tr y avenue: running thence northerly parallel with Troy avenue 155 ft. 7 in.) one hundred and fifty - five feet and seven inches; thence easterly parallel with Prospect place 20 ft. 3 in., twenty feet three inches; thence southerly and parallel with Troy avenue (155 ft. 7 in.) one hundred and fifty - five feet and seven inches to Prospect place; thence westerly along Prospect place 20 ft. 3 twenty feet and three inches to the point or place of beginning. The following Is a diagram of the said property: Prospect Place. The approximate amount - of - taxes, assessments or other liens which - win be allowed to the purchaser out of the purchase money or paid bv the Referee Is 514.95. Also, all thoss certain lots, pieces or parcels of land situate, lying and being in the - Town of Flatbush mow Borough of Brooklyn;. New York City, in the County of Kings and State of New York, known and designated on a certain map filed in the office of the Register of the Count v of Kined on June 1st. 1S87. entitled "Map of the land of the Trustees of the Reformed Dutch Church of the Town of Flatbush, situate in the Town of Flatbush. Kings County, New York, Surveyed January. 1SS7. by Charles Crooke, Engineer and Surveyed, bv the lot numbers (221) two hundred and twenty - o;;e, f222) two hundred and twenty - two, (223) two hundred and twenty - three, (224) two hundred and twenty - four, together with all right, title and interest of the said party of the first part (the Trustees of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Flatbush) in and to East 34th street, lying In front of and adjoining said premises to the center thereof. The following is a diagram of the said property: Church Avenue. Grant Street. The approximate amount of taxes, assessments or other Hens which will be allowed to the purchaser out of the purchase money or paid by the Referee is 59.44. Dated April 10, 1900. WALTER G. ROONEY. Referee. John S. Orifiith. Attorney for Plaintiff. 28 Court street. Brooklyn. N. Y. all 3w w&s SUPREME COITRT, KINGS COUNTY ANNIE E. Ross, furmerly Annie E. Crouter, plaintiff, against Adolph Kiendl, as receiver, etc.. and oth. - rs. defendants In pursuance of a judgment of foreclosure and sale made and entered in the above entitled action, dated the 2Sth day of March. 1M0, I will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, by Thomas A. Kerrigan, auctioneer, at the salesrooms, No. 9 Willoughby street, in the Borough of Brooklyn. County of Kings, on the 2fith day of April, 1900, at twelve o'clock noon, tho lands In said judgment mentioned, and therein described as follows: All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land, with the buildings and improvements thereon, situate, lying and being in th City of Brooklyn. County of Kings and State of New York, bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point on the easterly side of Snediker avenue distant one hundred and fifty - two feet six inches northerly from the corner formed by the intersection of the said easterly side of Snedfker avenue with the northerly side of Blake avenue; running thence easterly parallel with Blake avenue and part of the distance through a party wall one hundred feet; thence northerly and parallel with Snediker avenue fifteen feet ; thence westerly again paralh - l with Blake avenue and part of the distance through a party wall one hundred feet, to the easterly sid of Snediker avenue, and thence somberly along Fnediker avenue fifteen feet to the point or place of beginning, with the appurte - n.moes. uate'i April 4. isuu. WILLIAM WALTON. Sheriff of Kings County. Ornut. Mayer and Hyde, Plaintiff's Attorneys, Montague st. Brooklyn. X. Y. The following is a diagram of the property to he sold as described above, the street number being 31S Snediker avenue. Brooklyn: 100 Blake Ava. The approximate amount of the lien or charge to satisfv whieh the above described property la to be sold is S1.976.4S. with Interest from March 2 - ;. 1PM. together with costs and allowances. mounting to S1.V..75. with interest from March 2S, 190f'. together with the expenses of sale. Dated April i. If - Vr. WILLIAM WALTON. Sheriff of Kings County. a 4 3w ws The quicksilver finds Jn Brewster County, ie.., nave ajreaay proved the most exteneii In the United States. 100 n 8 a I s s. $ g a W LEGAL NOTICES. SUPREME COURT, KINGS COUNTY ED - ward M. Grout, plaintiff, against Adolph Kiendl, as receiver, &c, and others, defendants In pursuance of a judgment of foreclosure and sale made and entered In the above entitled action, dated the 2Sth day of March, 1900, I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, by Thomas A. Kerrigan, auctioneer, at the salesrooms, Xo. 0 Willoughby street, in the Borough of Brooklyn, County of Kings, on the 2Gth day of April, 1900. nt twelve o'clock, noon, the lands in said Judgment mentioned and therein described as follows: All that certain lot. piece or parcel of land, with the buildings and improvements thereon, situate, lying and being in the City of Brooklyn. County of Kings and State of New York, bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point on the easterly side of Snediker avenue distant one hundred and sixty - seven feet six Inches northerly from the corner formed by the Intersection of the said easterly side of Snediker avenue with the northerly side of Blake avenue; running thence easterly parallel with Blake avenue and part of the distance through a party wall one hundred feet; thence northerly and parallel with Snediker avenue fifteen feet; thence westerly aurnln parallel with Blake avenue and part of the distance through a party wall one hundred feet to the easterly side of Snediker avenue, and thence southerly along Snediker avenue fifteen feet to the point or place of beginning. Together with all the right, title Rnd Interest of the said party of the first part of. In and to the avenue lying in front of said premises to the center lino thereof. Dated April 4. 19D0. WILLIAM WALTON. Sheriff of Kings County. Grout. Mayer & Hyde, Plaintiff's Attorneys. ISO Montague st. Brooklyn. N. ,Y. The following is a diagram of the property to bo sold as above described, the street number being 313 Snediker avenue. Brooklyn: N Blake Ave. The approximate amount of the lien or charge to satisfy which the above described property is to be sold Is S1.977.2S. with interest from March 2S. 1900. together with costs and allowances amounting to $151, 7S, with interest from March 2S. 19C0, together with the expenses of sale. Dated April 4, 1300. WILLIAM WALTON. Sheriff of Kings County. a 4 3w w&s COUNTY COURT. KINGS COUNTY CHARLES C. Cummings. plaintiff, against William J. Gil - fillan and others, defendants In pursuance of n judgment of foreclosure and sale made and entered in the above entitled action, dated the 13th day of March. 1900, I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, by Thomas A. Kerrigan, auctioneer, at the salesrooms. No. 9 Willoughby street, in the Borough of Brooklyn. County of Kings, on the 10th day of April, 1M0, at twelve o'clock, noon, the lands In said judgment mentioned, and therein described as follows: All those two certain lots, pieces or parcels of land situate. lying and being in the Borough of Brooklyn, of The City of New York, County of Kings and State of New York, known and designated on a certain map entitled "Addition No. 7. Vanderveer Park, belonging to German la Real Estate and Impr. Co.. Flat lands. Kings County. New York." surveyed August, lS:'."i, by Charles Crooke, Civil Engineer and Surveyor, 200 Joralemon street, Brooklyn. X. Y., and filed September 1. ISM. in the office of the Register of the County of Kings, as and by the lots numbers four thousand one hundred and sixty - four and four thousand one hundred and sixty - five, in block number eighty - six. and which said lots, according to Bald map, are bounded and described as follows, to wit: Beginning at a point on the westerly side of East Thirty - fifth street distant one hundred and eighty - seven and fifty one - hundredths feet southerly from the corner formed by the intersection of the westerly side of East Thirty - fifth street with th? southerly side of Avenue G; running thence southerly along the westerly side of East Thirty - fifth street forty feet; thence westerly parallel with Avenue G one hundred feot to the center line of the block hetween East Thirty - fourth and East Thirty - fifth streets; tht - nce northerly along said center line of the block and parallel with Eart Thirty - fifth street forty feet, and thence easterly again parallel with Avenue G one hundred feet to the westerly side of East Thirty - fifth street, at the point or p'.ace of beginning. Also all the right, title and interest of the parties of. tn and to East Thirty - fifth street, lying in front of and adjoining said premises to the center line thereof. Dated March 19. 1900. WILLIAM WALTON. Sheriff of Kings County. Edw - in Kempton. Plaintiff's Attorney. 175 Rem - sen St., Borough of Brooklyn, City of New York. X. Y. The following Is a diagram of the property to be sold as above described: Xo. S74 East Thirty - fifth st. - ino 325 2 I 40" (Mr. 6) 40 187.6 East 35th St. The approximate amount of liens or charges to satisfy which the above described property is to be sold is 52.494, with interest theron from March 13. 1900. together with costs and allowance, amounting to $190.95, with interest theron from March 13. 1500. and the expenses of the sale. Tnc approximate amount of taxes, assessments or other liens which are to be allowed to the purchaser out of the purchase mcnev or paid by tho Sheriff is J2S.S5 and interest. Dated March 19, 1300. WILLIAM WALTOX. Sheriff of Kings Countv. mhl9 6t m&th The above sale is hereby adjourned to April 24, :900. at same hour and place. Dated April 10. 1900. WILLIAM WALTOX, Sheriff of Kings County, all 4t w&s COUNTY COURT. KINGS COUNTY COR - nella R. Spaulding. plaintiff. against George Cochran Broome and others, defendants In pursuance of a judgment of foreclosure and sale made and entered in the above entitled action, dated the 5th day nf April, 1900, I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, by Thomas A. Kerrlga::, auctioneer, at the salesrooms. No. 9 Willoughby street. In the Borough of Brooklyn, County of Kings, on the 3d day of May. 1900, at twelve o'clock, noon, the lands in said judgment mentioned and therein described as follows: All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land situate, lying and being in the Borough of Brooklyn. City of Xew York. County of Kings and State of Xew York, bounded and described as follows, to wit: Beginning at a point on the westerly side of Willow street distant fifty feet three inches southerly from thfj corner formed by the intersection of the westerly side of Willow street with the southerly side of Orange street; running thence westerly parallel with Orange street and part of the distance through a party wall one hundred feet; thence southerly parallel with Willow street twenty - five feet; thence easterly again parallel with Orange street and part of the distance through a party wall one hundred feet to the westerly side of Willow street, and thence northerly along the westerly side of Willow street twenty - five, feet to the noint or place of beginning. Dated April 11. 1900. WILLIAM WALTON, Sheriff of Kings County. Edwin Kempton. Plaintiff's Attorney, 175 Rr - m - pen street. Borough of Brooklyn, City of New York. N. Y. The following Is a diagram of the property to be sold as above described: S3 (126.9) S5 50.3 Willow St. The approximate amount of liens or charges to satisfy which the above described property is to be sold is S7.S47.92, with interest thereon from April 5. 1900, together with costs and allowance, amounting to $313.40, with interest thereon from April 1900, and the expenses of the sale. The approximate amount of taxes, assessments or other liens which are to he allowed to the purchaser out of the purchase money or paid by the Sheriff is $237.78 and interest. Dated April 11. 19)0. WILLIAM WALTON, Sheriff of Kings County. all 3w w&s NEW YORK SUPREME COURT. KINGS COUNTY James Owen, plaintiff, against Maud P. Nelson and Clarence M. Nelson, defendants in pursuance of a judgment of foreclosure and sale, made and entered In the above entitled aotion, dated the seventh day of April, 1900, I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, by Thomas A. Kerrigan, auctioneer, at the salesrooms. No. 9 Willoughby street, in the Borough of Brooklyn. County of Kings, on the 3d day of May. 1500, at twelve o'clock, noon, the lands In said judgment men tioned and therein described as follows: n that ! certain piec parcel or lot of land, with the building and improvements thereon ereo:e - l. situate, ; lying and being in the Borough of Rrooklvn C'oun - ty of Kings and State of N.u - i'ork, bounded and described an follows: Commencing at a point on J the northerly sld of Quinev street, distant one I hundred and five (.;. - , few six ', inches westerly ; from the corner formed by the intersection of tho j northerly lino of Quincy street with the westerly line of Ralph avenue; running thence northerly ( parallel with Ralph avenue and part of the dis - : tance through u party wall one hundred C00 feet; 1 th' - nce westerly parallel with Quincy street twentv 1 (20) feet; thence southerly again parallel with I Kalph avenue and part of the distance through 1 another party wall one hundred ilO'ij f' - et to the : northerly side of Quincy street, and thence east - - rly along the northerly side of Quincy street twenty 2'') feet to th point or place of beginning. 1 Dat. - d April U. IMu. WILLIAM WALTON. Sheriff of Kings County. Edward Swann. Plaintiff's Attorney. No. 15 Wall street. Manhattan. New York, N. Y. The following Is a diagram of the property to bo sold as above described, Xo. 635 Quincy street: N si - 2 1 SO I 105.6 Quincy St. The premises will be sold subject to a first mortgage upon which there is due a balanee of five thousand five hundred dollars and Interest. The approximate, amount of liens or charges to satisfy which the above described property is to he sold is $209.37. with interest thereon from March 1X0, together with costs and allowance amounting to $7i.2'"i. with Interest thereon from April 7. nnd the expenses of the sale. The approximate amount of tnxes, assessments or other Mens whieh are 10 be allowed to the purchaser out of the pur - chase money or paid by the Sheriff is 5215.00 and interest. Dated April 11, 1900. WILLIAM WALTOX, Sheriff of Kings County, all 3w w&s LEGAL NOTICES. COUNTY COURT. KINGS COUNTY HIRAM B. Jackson, plaintiff, against Clara B. Morley and others, defendants In pursuance of a judgment of foreclosure and sale made and entered in the above entitled action, dated the 24th day of February, 1900. I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, by Thomas A. Kerrigan, auctioneer, at the salesrooms. No. 9 Willoughby street, in the Borough of Brooklyn, County of Kings, on tho 10th dav of Mav. 1900. at twelve o'clock, noon, the lands In said judgment mentioned and therein described as follows: All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land situate, lying and being in the Borough of Brooklyn. City of New York, County of Kings and State of New York, being part of the land laid down on the map of Comfort and Joshua Sands, filed in the office of the Clerk of the Countv of Kings on the 4th day of June, 1S0L by Thomaa Cooper, Master in Chancery, as Rope Walk ground, bounded and described as follows, to wit: Beginning at a point on the easterly side of Adams street where same is intersected by the northerly line of said Rope Walk ground, and running thence easterly along lot number three hundred and eighty - nine and one - half of an alley on said map. .one hundred and two feet and nine inches, to the center line of the block between Pearl and Adams streets; thence southerly along said center line of the block and parallel with Adams street thirty feet to land now or late of John Dikeman: thence westerly along said land one hundred and two feet nine inches to the easterly side of Adams street., and thence northerly along the easterly side of Adams street thirty feet to the point or place of beginning. Said premises being known as and bv the street number two hundred and nineteen (219) Adams street. Together with all the right, title and interest of tho parties of. in and to Adams street, lying in front of and adjoining said premises to the center line thereof. Dated April IS, 1900. WILLIAM WALTON. Sheriff of Kings County. Edwin Kempton. Plaintiff's Attorney, 175 Rem - sen st. Borough of Brooklyn, City of New York, N. Y. The following is a diagram of the property to be sold as above described: No. 219 Adams st: nio" 237. S 30 fgQO.9) Adams St. The approximate arhount of liens or charges to satisfy which the above described property is to be sold is $3,122.0S. with interest thereon from Feb. 24. 1900, together with costs and allowance, amounting to $195.2n. with interest thereon from Feb. 24, 1900. and the expenses of the sale. The approximate amount of taxes, assessments or other liens which are to be allowed to the purchaser out of the purchase money or paid by the Sheriff is $120.39. and interest. Dated April IS. 1900 . WILLIAM WALTON. Sheriff of Kings County. nnIS 3w w&s X E W YORK SUI'R E M E CO U RT, KINGS COUNTY Henry Chauncey Savage, plaintiff, against Gertrude Parker and others, defendants In pursuance of a judgment of foreclosure and sale made and entered In the above entitled action, dated the loth day of April. 1900. I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, by Thomas A. Kerrigan, auctioneer, at the sales rooms, No. 9 Willoughby street, in the Borough of Brooklyn. County of Kings, on the 3d day of May, 1900. at twelve o'clock, noon, the lands in said judgment mentioned and therein described as follows: All that certain lot of land, with the building thereon, situate in the Twenty - fifth Ward of the City (now Borough) of Brooklyn. County of Kings and State of New York, bounfled and described as follows: Beginning at a point on the northerly side of Atlantic avenue distant three hundred and seventeen feet two inches eastward from Troy avenue; running thence eastward along the northerly side of Atlantic avenue sixteen feet eight inches; thence northward at right angles to Atlantic avenue and part of the distance through a party wall ninety - nine feet; thence westward and parallel with Atlantic avenue sixteen feet eight inches; thence southward and at right angles to Atlantic avenue and pan of the distance through a party wall ninety - nine feet to the point of beginning. Dated April 11. 190.1. WILLIAM WALTON. Sheriff of Kings County. Eugene Smith. Plaintiff's Attorney, office and P. O. address, 31 Nassau street, New Y'ork City. The following is a diagram of the property to be sold as above described: No. 1,621 Atlantic avenue. 0 5 n ; I f 1 i M n 1 I 317 feet 2 inches. 1H.P Atlantic Avenue. The approximate amount of , liens or charges to satisfy which the above described property Is to be sold Is $2,113, with interest thereon from April 9. 1900, together with costs and allowance, amounting to $284.71, with interest thereon from April 10, 1900, and the expenses of the sale. The approximate amount of taxes, assessments or other liens which are to be allowed to the purchaser out of the purchase money or paid by the Sheriff is $128.55 and interest. Dated April 11. 1900. WILLIAM WALTOX, Sheriff of Kings County. all 3w w&s XEW TORkIuPREME COURT. COUNTY OP Kings Dime Savings Bank of Willtamsburgh. plaintiff, against Margaret Mulvihill and others, defendants in pursuance of a Judgment .of foreclosure and sale. lriii,de and entered. In . the above :ntitled action, dated the second day of April. 1900, I, the undersigned referee, in said judgment named, will sell at public auction to the highest bidder at the Brooklyn Real Estate Exchange, No. 1S9 Montague street. In the Borough of Brooklyn, County of Kings, on the 26th day of April, 1900. at twelve o'clock noon, the premises directed by said judgment to be sold and therein described as follows: All that certain lot. piece or parcel of land situate, lying and being in the Nineteenth Ward in the City of Brooklyn, now Bcr - ough of Brooklyn, County of Kings and State of New York, bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point on the southerly side of Lynch street distant easterly from the southeasterly corner of I - ynch street and Marcy avenue, one hundred and eighty - five feet more or loss, and directly opposite the center of a party wall, standing partly on the premises hereby conveyed and partly on the premises next westerly thereof; running thence southerly parallel with Marcy avenue and part of the distance through the center of said party wall one hundred feet; thence easterly parallel with Lynch street twenty - five feet more or less; thence northerly parallel with Marcy avenue and part of the distance through the center of another party wall, standing partly on the premises hereby conveyed and oartlv on the urem - j ises next easterly thereof, one hundred feet to the 1 southerly side of Lynch street, and thence wester - Iy along the southerly side of X.ynch street, twen - ty - nv - feet more or less to the point or place of beginning. Dated April 4. 1900. JOSE E. PIDGEOX, Refere - . Alfred E. Mudge. Plaintiff's Attorney. 1S9 Montague street. Borough of Brooklyn. Xew York. The following Is a diagram of the property to bo sold, as above described: The street number Is number 156 Lynch street. Lynch street. 1C5 r N . y The approximate amount of liens or charges, to satisfy which the above described property Is to be sild is ??,,S42.4S with interest thereon from March 23. I9i0. together with costs and allowance amounting to 5333.74 with interest thereon from April 2. IMO, and the expenses of the sal. The approximate amount of taxes, assessments and other liens which are to be allowed to the purchaser out of the purchase money or paid bv tho referee is $270.84 and interest. Dated, Apfll 4. 1900. a4 7t w&s JOSE E. PIDGEOX, Referee. SUPKEME COURT. KINGS COUNTY ABItX - ham Me.sroie. as trustee for Evelina A. Meserole, piamtiff. against Llda J. Hooper and others, defendants In purEuance of a Judgment of foreclosure and sale, made and entered In the above entitled action, bearing date the 2d day of March. lf'00, 1. the undersigned, the referee In said judgment named, will sell at public auction to the highest bidder at the salesrooms of the Taylor & Fox Realty Company, No. 45 Broadway, in the Borough of Brooklyn, County of Kings and City and State of New York, on the third day of Mav, at 12 f. 'clock, noon, the lands in said judgment mentioned and therein described as follows: All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land, with all the Improvements thereon erected, situate, lying and being In the Twenty - seventh Ward (formerly Eighteenth) of the Borough of Brooklyn. County of EingH, City and State of New York, known and distinguished on a certain map entitled "Map of property situated in the Town of Bush - wick, KlnKs Co.. surveyed. August by .1. h. Herbert, Village. Surveyor, Williamsburgh, L. I., bv the No. 77," a copy of said map Is recorded in the - office f the Register of Kings County In liber 140 of conveyances, page 399. said lot be.tng bounded nnd described as follows: Beginning at a point on the northerly side of Jefferson street, distant two hundred and forty - nine (24:ij feet easterly from the northeasterly corner of Jefferson street and Bremen street (formerly Washington street); running thence northerly along the easterly line of lor 7f on said map one hundred u0) feet; thence easterly along the southerly line of lot 76 on said map twenty - five (2"i) feet; thence southerly along the westerly lino of lot 75 on said map and part of the distance through a party wall one hundred (K - Oi feet to Jefferson RLreet, and thenco westerly along Jefferson street twenty - ilve 2a) feet to the point or place of beginning. Dated Brooklyn, April 11, 1900. GEORGE H. PERRY, Referee. Burr, coombs & Wilson. .Plaintiff's Attorneys, Si Broadway. Rrnoklyh. N. Y. The following Is a diagram of the property to be sold as above described, Xo. 73 Jefferson street: 249 25 Jefferson Street. Tho aggregate amount of liens or charges to sat - I ipfv which the ahove described property is to In ' ... - .1,1 ! C CAO 1iinn urft'rt !ntirfKt llinrnf.n f, - .. - . March Isr, if - DO, together with costs and allowances amounting to $288 04 - 100, with interest thereon from Maroh 2d. 1 ft 00. and the expenses of the sale. The .i.nrovlniiilo n mount of taxes, assessments or other - lions which are to b allowed to the purchaser ! out of the purchase money or paid ny th? Referee is $212 7S - 10O and Interest. Dated April 11. juoo. all 7t w&s GEORGE H. PERRY, Referee. It is estimated that of the T,55,O0O,O0O foot of logs cut in the Maine forests the present season. 225.000.000 feet will be sent to the J pulp mills instead of the saw mills. LEGAL NOTICES. NEW YORK SUPREME COURT. COUNTY OF KINGS Samuel Kops, plaintiff, vs. Mamie Kops, defendant. Action for a divorce. Summons. Trial desired in the County of Kings To the above named defendant: You are nereby summoned to answer the complaint In. this action and to serve a copv of your answer on the plaintiff's attorney, within twenty days after the service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service, and in case of your failure to appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the complaint. Dated Brooklyn Borough, December 16, 1S9S. JOHN H. STEENWERTH. Plaintiff's Attorney. Office and post office address, No. 1,153 Myrtle avenue. Borough of Brooklyn, New York City. To the defendant, Mamie Kops: The foregoing summons Is served upon you by publication, pursuant to an order of the Hon. William J. Gaynor, one of the justices of the Supreme Court, dated the 19th day of December, 1S99. and filed with the original complaint. in the office of the Clerk of the County of Kings." at the Hall of Records, in the Borough of Brooklyn, in the City of New York, on the 21st day of December, 1S99. Dated Brooklyn Borough, March 16. 1900. JOHN H. STEENWERTH, Plaintiff's Attorney. No. 1.153 Myrtle avenue, Brooklyn Borough. Xew York City. mhl" Gt s COUNTY COURT, KINGS COUNTY THE Long Island Title Guarantee Company, plaintiff, against Mary H. Dowley and others, defendants In pursuance of a judgment of foreclosure and sale, made and entered in the above entitled action, dated the 7th day of April. 1900. I will sell' at public auction to the highest bidder, by Thomas A. Kerrigan, auctioneer, at the salesrooms. No. 9 Willoughby street, in the Borough of Brooklyn, County of Kings, on the 10th day of May, 1900, at twelve o'clock, noon, the lands in said judgment mentioned and therein described as follows: All that certain lot. piece or parcel of land, with the building and Improvements thereon, situate, lying and being in the Borough of Brooklyn, County of Kings, the City and State of New York, bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point on the northerly side of Rutland road, distant two; hundred and forty - five (245) feet easterly from the northeasterly corner of Rutland road and Bedford avenue, and running thence northerly parallel with Bedford avenue and part of the dlstar.ee through a party wall one hundred feet; t: nice easterly parallel with Rutland road twenty ;v0) feet ; thence southerly again parallel with Bedford avenue and part of the distance through another party wall one hundred (100) feet to the northerly side of Rutland road; thenco westerly along the northerly side of Rutland road twenty (20) feet to the point or place of beginning. All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land, with the building and Improvements thereon, situate, Iving and being in the Borough of Brooklyn, County of Kings, the City and State of New York, bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point on the northerly side of Rutland road, distant two hundred and sixty - five (205) feet easterly from the northeasterly corner of Rutland road and Bedford avenue, and running thence northerly parallel with Bedford avenue and part of the distance through a party wall one hundred (100) feet; thence easterly parallel with Rutland road twenty (20) feet; thence southerly again parallel with Bedford avenue and part of the distance through another partv wall one hundred (100) feet to the northerly side of Rutland road; thence westerly along the northerly side of Rutland road twenty (20) feet to the point or place of beginning. Ml that certain lot, piece or parcel of land, with the building and improvements thereon, situate, lying and being In the Borough of Brooklyn, Countv of Kings, the City and State of New York, bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point on the northerly side of Rutland road, distant two hundred and eighty - five (2S5) feet easterly from the northeasterly corner of Rutland road and Bedford avenue, and running thence northerly parallel with Bedford avenue and part of the distance through a party wall one hundred iiri) feet: thence easterly parallel with Rutland Toad twentv (20) feet; thence southerly again parallel with Bedford avenue and part of the distance through another party wall one hundred (100) feit to the northerly side of Rutland road; thence westerly along the northerly side of Rutland road twenty (20) feet to the point or place of beginning. , c , All that certain lot, plcco or parcel of land, wltn the building and improvements thereon, situate, King and being in the Borough of Brooklyn, County of Kings, the City and State of New ork. bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point on the northerly side of Rutland road, distant three hundred ana five (30o feet easterly from the northeasterly corner of Rutland road and Bedford avenue, and running thence northerly parallel with Bedford avenue and part of the distance through a party wall - one hundred 10O) feet; thence easterly parallel Rutland road twentv (20 feet; thenco southerly again parallel with Bedford avenue and part of the distance through another party wall one hundred (100) feet to the northerly side of Rutland road; thence westerly along the northerly side of Rutland road twenty (20) feet to the point or place of beginning. Dated April 15, 1900. WILLI A.M WALTON. Sheriff of Kings County. Hubbard & Rushmore, plaintiff's attorneys, - 6 Court street. Brooklyn. N. Y. The following is a diagram of the property to be sold as above described: "20" 57 I 20 SO 8 20 20 20 SO Rutland Road. The approximate amount of liens or charges to satisfy which the above described property is to be sold is $14,520.14. with interest thereon from April 6. 1500, together with costs and allowance, amounting to J331.73 with interest - thereon from April 7, 1900. and the expenses - of " the - sale. 'The approximate amount of taxes, assessments or other Hens which are to be allowed to the purchaser out of the purchase money or paid by the Sheriff is $27. S6 and interest. Dated April 18. 1900. WILLIAM WALTON, Sheriff of Kings County. alS 3w w&s SUPREME COURT. KINGS COUNTY DEXIS O'Keefc, plaintiff, against William McCormick and others, defendants In pursuance of an interlocutor judgment of partition and sale duly made and entered In the above entitled action, dated the 29th day of March, 1300, I, Thomas H Trcv, the referee in said Judgment named, will sell at public auction by Thomas A. Kerrigan, auctioneer, at the salesrooms. No. 9 Willoughby street, in the Borough of Erooklyn of the County of Kings, on the 25th day of April, 1900, at 12 o'clock, noon, on that day, the premises mentioned and therein described as follows: All that certain lot, plce or parcel of land, together with the improvements thereon erected, situate, lying and being in the Borough of Brooklyn, County of Kings and City and State of New York, and bounded and described as follows, to wit: Commencing at a point on the easterly side of Troy avenue distant twenty - five feet southerly, from the southessterly corner of Troy avenue and Park place (formerly Baltic street) : thence running easterly parallel with Park place one hundred feet: thence southerly parallel with Troy avenue twenty - five feet; thence westerly parallel with Park place one hundred feet to the easterly side of Troy avmue, and thence northerly along the easterly side of Troy avenue twenty - five feet to the point or place of beginning. Dated April 3, 3500. THOMAS H. TROY. Referee. George T. Walker, Plaintiff's Attorney, ISi Broadway. Borough of Manhattan, Xew York City. The following is a diagram of the property to be sold as described above, the street number being 203 Troy avenue. Park place. 1UU 100 The approximate amount of taxes, assessments and water rates now liens on said premises which are to be allowed to the purchaser out of the purchase money or paid by the referee is (Srt.") sixty - five dollars and interest. Dated April 3, 1900. ap4 3w w&s THOMAS H. TROY. Referee. SUPREME COURT, KINGS COUNTY WLLL - iam Gasten, as executor, &c, plaintiff, against William F. Cookinham and another, defendants In pursuance of a judgment of foreclosure and sale made and entered In the above entitled action, dated the 32th day of March. 1900. I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, by Thomas A. Kerrigan, auctioneer, at the salesrooms. No. 9 Willoughby street, lit the Borough of Brooklyn, County of Kings, on tho 2Gth day of April. 1900. at twelve o'clock, noon, the lands In said Judgment mentioned and therein described as follows: All that certain lot of land, with the building or buildings thereon, situate, lying and being in the Twenty - third (formerly Twenty - fifth) Ward of the City of Brooklyn, County of Kings and State of New York, bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point on tho southerly side of Chauncey stroet, distant one hundred and fifty - one (151) feet four and one - half (iVA inches westerly from the southwesterly corner of Chauncey stroet and Stuyvesant avenue, and running thence westerly along Chauncey street twenty - four (24) feet six (6) inches more or less to the outside westerly wall of the brick house standing upon the lot hereby conveyed; thence southerly along said outside westerly wall and along the easterly line of the lands conveyed by deed recorded In Liber 1,109 of Conveyances, at page 192, and parallel with Stuyvesant avenue seventy - eight (78) feet ten inches (10) more or less to tho center line of the block between Fulton and Chauncey streets; thence easterly or nearly so along snid center line twenty - four (24) feet seven and three - quarter (7) inches tc a point distant one hundred and fifty - one (151) feet four and one - half (4V) inches westerly from Stuyvesant avenue, and in a line measured at right angle:; thereto; thence northerly parallel with Stuyvesant avenue and part of the distance through a party wall eighty - one (SI) feet eight (S) inches more or less to Chauncey street at the point or place of beginning. Dated April 4, 1900. WILLIAM WALTOX, Sheriff of Kings County. James Foster Mllliken, Plaintiff's Attorney, 2S7 Broadway, N. Y. City. The following Is a diagram of the property to bo sold as above described: No. 5S Chauncey street. Chauncey St. N 4 The promises will be sold subject to a first mortgage for $2,500.00 and interest nt the rate of six per cent, from June 2. 199. is due. The approximate amount 01 liens or charges to satisfy which the above described property is to be sold is 1523.00. with Interest thereon from March 6, 1900. together with costs and allowance, amounting to $93.45, with interest thereon from March 12. 1900. and the expenses of the sale. The approximate amount of taxes, assessments or other liens which are to he allowed to the purchaser out of the purchnse money or paid by the Sheriff is $72.90 and Interest. Dated April 4. 1900. WILLIAM WALTON, Sheriff of Kings County. a4 Gt w&s LEGAL NOTICES. SHERIFF'S SALE BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT of execution issued out of the Supreme Court nnd to me directed and delivered. I wilt sell ut public auction by Thomas A. Kerrigan, auctioneer, at the salesrooms, No. 9 Willoughby street, in the Borough of Brooklyn, City of Xew York, on May 21, 1900. at 12 o'clock, noon, all the right, title and interest which Stephen G. Patterson had on the 17th day of May, 1S9S, or at nnv time thereafter, in whose hands soever the same may he. of. In and to all that certain house and lot of land situated in the Sixth Ward of the Boiough of Brooklyn, City of New York, County pi Kings and State of New York, bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point on the northerly side of Congress street one hundred and ninety - eight (19S) feet and four (4) inches easterly from the northeasterly corner of Clinton and Congress streets; running thence northerly parallel with Congress street one hundred (100) feet; thence easterly and parallel with Congress street sixteen (16) feet and eight (S) Inches; thence southerly and parallel with Clinton street one hundred (100) feet to the northerly side of Congress street, and thence westerly along the northerly side of Congress street sixteen IG) feet and eight (?) Inches to the point or plac of beginning, being the premises known as Number 205 Congress street. ltir1gnj 195' 4" Congress St. This property is sold to collect an execution amounting to $6fin.78. with Interest from May 17, 1S9S, beside the Sheriff's fees. Dated Aprli 7. 1900. WILLIAM WALTOX. Sheriff of Kings County. a7 Gw s SURROGATE'S NOTICES. THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF XEW YORK, by the grace of God free and Independent To John B. Terry of the Borough of Brooklyn. N. Y.; William Henry Terry of Duncllen. N. J.; Emeline Dove of Metuchen, N. J.; Anna Van Der Hoeff of Roselie, X. J.; Herbert Pearsall. Clifford E. Pearsall. Leigh M. Pearsall and Ralph C. Pearsall of Westfleld, X. J. : Florence L. Brethouwer of Stuart, Holt County. Nebraska; Charles L. Terry of Welldeet. Lincoln County, Nebraska; Olive M. Terry of South Orange. X. J., all of the above named being of full age; David P. Terry of the Borough of Brooklyn. N. Y. ; Ruth Pearsall of Westfleld, N. J.; Raymond L. Edwards of Vanderveer Park, Borough of Brooklyn, X. Y.. Infants over fourteen years of age; Sarah Terry of Borough of Brooklyn. N. Y. : Albert L, Terry of South Orange. N. J.; Harold F. Edwards. Katharine T. Edwards and Elsie W. Edwards of Vanderveer Park, Borough of Brooklyn, N. Y., Infants under fourteen years of age, send greeting: You and each of you are hereby cited and required to appear before our Surrogate of the County of Kings at a Surrogate's Court, to be held at the Hall of Records, In the County of Kings, on the 3d (third) day of May, 1900. at ten o'clock In the forenoon, then and there to attend the judicial settlement of the account of Samuel B. Terry, as sole executor of the last will and testament of SARAH A. TERRY, deceased. And the above named Infants then and there show cause why a special guardian should not be appointed to appear for them on said judicial settlement. In testimony whereof we have caused the seal of our said Surrogate's Court to bo hereunto affixed. Witness, Hon. George B. Abbott, Surrogate of our said Coun - (I S.) ty, 'at the County of Kings, the 14th day of March, In the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred. MICHAEL F. McGOLDRICK. mhTT 7t s Clerk of the Surrogate's Court. IN PURSUANCE OF AX ORDER OF THE Hon. George B. Abbott, Surrogate of the County of Kings, notice is hereby given, according to law, to all persons having claims against MAGGIE CARRAVALIA. late of the Borough of Bronklvo, County of Kings, deceased, that they are required to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber at his Dlace of transacting business at the office of Clemens J. Kracht. Esq., attorney Xo 29 Wail street. Borough of Manhattan. City of New York, on or before the fifteenth day cf July next. Dated December 29. 1899.. HENRY G. MARTIN. Executor. Clemens J - Kracht, Attorney for Executor. 29 Wall st. Borough of Manhattan. City of Xew York. d30 6m s IX PURSUANCE OF AX ORDER OF THE Hon. George B. Abbott. Surrogate of the County of Kings notice is hereby given, according to law, to all persons having claims against ROCCO BRUXO, late of the Borough of Brooklyn, Xew York City, deceased, that they are required to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber at the office of F. Bell Fenwlck. 1S9 Mortague street. Borough of Brooklyn. New York City, on or before the eleventh day of May next. Dated Xcvember 10, 1S99. nil m s MARIE BRUNO. Executrix. ; J.N PURSUANCE OF AN UltDJiK Of THE Hon. George B. Abbott, Surrogate of the County of Kings, notice is hereby given, according - to law,' to all persons having claims against LUTIE H. BERTOLETT. late of the Borough of Brooklyn, City of New Y'ork, deceased, that they are required to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, at his place of transacting business. No. 30 Broad street, Borough of Manhattan, in the City of New York, on or before the first day of May next. Dated October 28. 1S99. J. RANDOLPH BERTOLETT. o2S 6m Administrator. IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF THE Hon. George B. Abbott, Surrogate of the County of 'Klngs notice is h - r - ey given,.ccordiD. to. law, te all - persons having claims against - ABR AM" P. SEAMAN, late of the Borough of Brooklyn, City of Xew Yrk. County of Kings, deceased, that they are required to exhibit the rsame. with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, at her place of doing business, at Xumbers 129 - 133 Grand avenue, in the Borough of Brooklyn aforesaid, on or be - for fhn tenth day of May next. Dated November S, 1S99. ANNIE SEAMAN. Administratrix. Hlrsh & Rasquin, Attorneys for Administratrix. 4 nnd r"oi" - t stinT - fv B - rmUtv - i. N. V p4 Cm 9 IN PURSUANCE fV AN ORDER OF THE Hon. George B. Abbott, Surrogate of the County of Kings, notice is hereby gUen, according, to. law, to all persons having claims against JaNK PATTERSON, late of the Borough of Brooklyn, deceased, that they are required to exhibit the same with the vouchers thereof, to the subscribers at the law office of Jacob S. Van Wyck, Xo. 120 Broadway, in the Borough of Manhattan. City of New York, on or before tho 9th day of July next. Dated December 20, 1S99. EDGAR C. PATTERSON, 1 EDGAR PATTERSON J - Executors. FREDERICK W. HOPE. I Jacob S. Van Wyck, Attorney for Executors, 120 Broadway, Borough of Manhattan. City of New York. d30 0m s IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF THE Hon. George B. Abbott. Surrogate of the County of Kings, notice is hereby given, according to law, to all persons having claims against FRANK M. BRADY, late of the Borough of Brooklyn, County of Kings, deceased, that they are required to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, at his place of transacting business, at the office of Jacob F. Millet. Esq.. No. 120 Broadway, Borough of Matihattan, in the City of New York on or before the first day of May next. Dated October 20. 1S9 CHARLES A. DECKER. Executor. Jacob F. Miller. Attorney for Executor. 12) Broadway, Borough of Manhattan. New York Citr. o - I 5m 3 IX PURSUANCE OF AX ORDER OF THE Hon. George B. Abbott, Surrogate of the County of Kings, notice is hereby given, according to law, to all rersons having claims against RUTH H. LITCHFIELD, late of the County of Kings, de - cased, that they are required to exhibit the same, with the vouchors hereof, to the subscribers at the banking rooms of the Brooklyn Trust Company Xo. 177 Montague street, Brooklyn, X. Y., on or before the 12th day of August. 1900 next. Dated February 9. 1900. THE BROOKLYX TRUST COMPANY, GEORGE H. LITCHFIELD. Administrators. Bergen & Dvkman, Attorneys for Administrators 1S9 MontaRuo St.. Brooklyn. N. Y. . felO 6m s IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF THE Hon George B. Abbott. Surrogate of the County of Kings notice Is hereby given, according to lav to all persona having claims against ALFRED THOMAS DRURY, late of the Borough of Brooklyn deceased, that they are required to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber at the office of Dr. Georce Drury, 235 Washington avenue, in the Borough of Brooklyn City of Xew York, on or before th e23d day of June next. Dated December 1C, 1S99. HENRIETTA H. DRURY, as Executrix - . Henry R. Willis, Atty. for Executrix, 229 Broadway, Borough of Manhattan. X. Y. City, dig 6msa fN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF iHi2 Hon. George B. Abbott, Surrogate of the County of Kings, notice is hereby given, according to lav to all persons having claims against WALLACE W. WILLIAMS, late of the Borough of Brooklyn, Citv of New Y'ork. deceased, that they are required to 'exhibit the same, with tho vouchers thereof.. lo the subscriber at 44 South Eighth street, in the Borough of Brooklyn, on or beforo the fifteenth dav of June next. Dated December S. ;S99. MARY ADELAIDE WILLIAMS, Executrix. d9 6m s IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDI3R OF THE Hon. George B. Abbott. Surrogate of the County o" Kings, notice is hereby given, according to law to all persons having claims against JOSEPH IX E MURPHY, late of the Borough of Brooklyn, City of Xew York, in the County of Kings deceased, that they are required to exhibit same with the vouchers thereof, to tho subscriber, at his residence, 3 Pulaski street. In the Borough of Brooklyn, City of Xew York, on or before tho 24th day of July next. Dated January 24. 1900. 1n27 Rm s WALTER fiCPTT. Administrator. iv PTTRTTA "CE O F A N OR D E ft ( 1 1S' tu Hon. George B. Abbott, Surrogate of the County of Kings, notice Is hereby given, according to law to all persons having claims against SARAH v' C RHART, late of tho Borough of Brooklyn de - doased, that thoy are required to oxhihlt tho same with tho vouchers thereof, to the subscribers nt their place of business. No. 49 Park place. Borough of Manhattan, on or before the first day of September next. Dated February L. 1900. ber nexu WILLIAM E. CARHART HENRY B. CARHART. fel7 6m a Executors. IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF THE Hon. George B. Abbott. Surrogate of the County of Kings, notice Is hereby given, according to law, to all persons having claims against - MARCUS ROBINSON, lato of tho County of Kings, do - ceased, that they are required to oxhihlt tho name with the vouchers thereof. . to the subscriber at the office of Ludvlgh & Ryttenberg. my attorneys, at Xo. 320 Broadway, Borough of Manhattan, in Xew "York City, on or beforo the 30th day of September next. Dated Kings Co., February 16, liM - CELIA ROBINSON, Administratrix. Ludvlgh & Ryttenberg. Attorneys for Administratrix. 320 Broadway (Borough of Manhattan), Now York City. fel" Cm :i L. PURSUANCE UK AN ORDER OF THE Hon. George B. Abbott. Surrogate, ut the County of Kings, notice is hereby given, according to law, to all persona having claims against. (ELIZABETH M. GARDXER, late of the County of Kings deceased, that they are required to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the sub - ncribor. at the office of H. D. Van Onlen, is7 Greenwich street. Xew York City, on or bo Tore the first day of September next. Dated February 20. 1900. . toZi 6m s JOHN S. GARDNER. Administrator. SURROGATE'S NOTICES. THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF XEW YORK, bv the grace nf God free and independent To Ellen Mathers and Elizabeth Mathers, next of kin of Mary Snell, deceased, send greeting: Whereas Mnrv Ann Nixon of the Borough of Brooklyn. City of New York, has lately petitioned our Surrogate's Court of the County of ; Kings to have a certain instrument in writing, - bearing date the second day of June. 1S97. relating to real and personal property, duly proved as the last will ana testament or .maky iai' - - m diuujujh N. Y., deceased. Wherefore, you and each ot are hereby cited to appear before our uri or tne Loumy ot ivmgs. at a iurrogau. - q to be held at the Hall of Records, in tno ( of Kinxs. on the 22u dav of May, 1900, o'clock In the forenoon, - then and there to I the nrobate of the said last will and lestari In testimony whereof we have caused til of our said Surrogate's Court to bi unto afllxfd. - Wltneps. - Hon - . Geon Abbott Surrogate of - our .said Cci fL. SA fit the County of Kings . tho 2d da April, in tho year of our Lord one tn sand nine hundred I MICHAEL F. McGOLDRICKS Clerk of the Surrogate's Coun Henry D. Brant, Attorne for Petitioner. 38 Pi row, Manhattan. Xew York Lity. THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NI vrinK. hv tho grace of God free and Independi John P. Morris, co - executor and Individual! Fanny B. Cook, Sheltering Arms Nursery, Gl ti - urio n'Veil Marv O'Neil. Ella O'Xell. John 1 O'NTMi. ir Marv A. Young. Mary Moffat. Lou Ktnm - na RowIp a. Cook. - Nellie G. Warner. Alls v. kh Ariflie M. Cook. George Harvey Coo a it cf, - 1 me Mrs. William .Inrksni'.. Reynolds tiloomer. .wary ntn icu, aaia - ti - jTH Hewlett. Frank R. Moore, John F. Clarke send greet Ing : You and each of you aro hereby cited and required to appear before our Surrogate of the County of Kings, at a Surrogate's Court of tho County of Kings, to be held at the Hall of Records, In said County, the 24th day of May, 1900. at ten o'clock In the forenoon, th"n and there to attend the judicial settlement of the account - 'of George Harvey Cook, as executor or the will of" CATHERINE M - SPE - R deceased; and that the above named or designated infants then and thero show cause whv a special guardian should not be appointed to appear for them on said judicial settlement. In testimony whereof, we have caused the seal of our said Surrogate's Court to bo hereunto affixed. Witness, Hon. George (Seal) B. Abbott. Surrogate of our said County. at the County of Kings, the 3d day of April, in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred. MICHAEL F. McGOLDRICK. Clerk of the Surrogate's Court. Hitchings. Palllser & Moen, Attys., 100 William St, New York City. a7 6w a IN PURSUANCE OF AX ORDER OF TH3 Hon. George B. Abbott. Surrogate of the County of Kings notice is hereby given, according to law to ail persons having claims against AMANDA.' B MERRITT. late of the Boroush of Brooklyn deceased, that they are required to exhibit the' same with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber at his place of transacting business, at "the office of Romsen & Parsons, 69 Wall street. New York Citv. on or before the 10th day of September next.Dated February S. 1800. CHARLES F. MERRITT. Executor. Remsen &. Parsr.ns. 69 Wall street, New Yorlfi City. Attys for Executor. fe24 Cm 3 IN PURSUANCE OF AX ORDER OF THB Hon. George B. Abbott, Surrogate of the County of Kings, notice Is hereby given, according to law to all persons having claims against THOMAS J. RIDDEN, late of the Borough of Brooklyn, County of Kings, deceased, that they are required to exhibit the same, with tha vouchers thereof to the subscriber, at her placa of transacting business, at the office of her attorney, George M. Baker, No. 141 Broadway, Borough of Manhattan, City, of New York, on or before the 1st day of August, next. Dated Brooklyn X. Y., January 1?. 1900. ' LUCY A. BUHLER. Administratrix, etc. George M. Baker. Att'y for Administratrix. 141 Broadway (Manhattan), New York. Jal3 6m s IN PURSUANCE OF AX ORDER OF THB Hon. George B. Abbott, Surrogate of the County of Kings, notice is hereby given, according to law to all persons having claims against RUDOLPH LAIG, late of the Borough of Brooklyn, Countv of Kings, deceased, that they are required; to eathiblt the same, with tho vouchers thereof, to the subscribers, at their place of transacting business, at the office of Henry J. Appel, Jr., No 132 Xassau street. Borough of Manhattan. City and County of Xew York. X. Y., on or before the first day of Juno, 1900, next. Dated Bruoklyn, November 17, 1S9U. WILLIAM W. TAYLOR " ALBEP.T RAXKEX Executors. Hcnrv J. Appel, Jr., Attorney for Executors, 13S Nassau street. Borouph of Manhattan, New York City. nl8 6m 3 IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OIv THE Hon. George B. Abbott, Surrogate of the County of Kings, notice is hereby given, according to law, to all persons having claims against ALBERT T. WYCKOFF. late of the City of New Y'ork, Borough of Brooklyn, County of Kings and State of New York, debased, that they are required to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber at her place of transacting business at the office of John D. Snedeker: at Xo. 164 Montague street, Citv of Now York. Borough of Brooklyn.' X.' Y - , on br before the first day of October next.Dated March 22. 19W. MARGARET WYCKOFF, Executrix. John D. Snedeker, Attorney for Executrix, No. 1(14 Montague street. City of Now York. Borough, of Brooklyn. N. Y. mh24 iSm B IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF THB Hon. George B. Abbott, Surrogate of the County of Kings, notice is hereby given, according to law, to all persons having claims against CHRIS - TIN , also known as CHRISTINE. KRUMWIEDB, late of the Borough of Brooklyn. County of Kings, deceased, that they are required to exhibit the ame with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber at the office of his attorney, Hugo II. Rltterbusch, K - 0 Nassau stroet, in the Borough of Manhattan. New York City, on or before the loth dav of Mav next. Dated Borough of. Manhattan. " New York City. October 2, 1S99. CHARLES KRUMWIEDE, Administrator. Hugo H. Rltterbusch. No. 130 Nassau st. N. Y. City. Borough of Manhattan. Attorney for Administrator. , o28 6m s IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF THS Hon George - B. Abbott, Surrogate of the County of Kings notice is hereby given, according to law, to all persons having claims against ROBERT B GURNELL, late of the Borough of Brooklyn, King1 Countv, N. Y., deceased, that they are required to - exhibit th same. - with - the A - ouchera thereof to the subscriber at his place' for tho transaction of business at th cilice of Smith & Buxton No. 16 Court street, in the Borough of Brooklyn, CIrv of New York. N. Y., on or beforo the Q9th dav of August next.Dated February 14, r - OO DANIEL GURNELL, Administrator. Siiilth & Buxton. Attorneys for Administrator. 18 Court street, Brooklyn, New York. fel" 6m a N PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF THEJ Hon George B. Abbott. Surrogate of the County of Kings, notice is hereby given, according to law, 1. 1 aU persons having claims against JOHN DN1EL BREZ. late of the Boroush of Brooklyn, Citv of New York, deceased, that they are required to exhibit tho same, with the vouchers th - roof to the subscribers, at their place of transacting business, No. 37 Maiden lanr, Borough of Manhattan, in the City of Now York, on or before th" fifteenth day of August next.Dated February 2. 1900. JULES RACINE. RICHARD AUGUSTS SCHNABEL, Executors. Coudert Brothers. Attorneys for Executors. 71 Broadway Borough of Manhattan, New York City. ' f3 Cms IN PURSUANCE OF AX ORDER OF THEJ Hon. George B. Abbott. Surrogate of the County of Kings notice is hereby given, according to law, to all persons having claims against ROBERT REINERS. late of the Borough of Brooklyn. City of New York, deceased, that thty are required to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscribers, at their place of doing business, in the offices of Sackett and Lang. No. 99 Nassau street. Room 909. In the Borough of Manhattan, City of New York, on or beforo the 1st day of May next.Dated October 20. 1S99. CESCHE REINER3. JOHN B. REINERS. RUDOLPH RET ME ft. Executors. Enckett and Lang. Att'ys for Executors. o"l fim s IN PURSUANCE OF AX ORDER OF TH23 Hon. George B. Abbott, Surrogate of the County of Kings, notice is hereby given, according to law, to all persons having claims against MARY B. HOLMES, late of tho Borough of Brooklyn. City of New York, deceased, that they are required to exhibit the same, with the vouchers hereof, to the subscriber at the. office of William P. Pickett, No 215 Montague street (Room 9fi), Borough of Brooklyn Xew York, on or before the 10th day of October next.Dated March 30, 1900. GEORGE M. HOLMES, Administrator. William P. Pickett. Attorney for Administrator, 215 Montague st, Brooklyn. X. Y. mh31 6m IX PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER ..OF THB Hon. George B. Abbott, Surrogate of the County of Kings, notice is hereby given, according to law, to all persons having claims against ANNIE HOWELL, late of the Borough of Brooklyn, County of Kings, deceased, that they are required to exhibit the same, with the vouchors hereof, to the subscribers at the office of George H. Crow - dor No. 351 Adams street, Borough of Brooklyn, City of New York. County of Kings. New York, cn or before the 25tTi day of October next. Dated April 13, 1900. MAY H. BULLET. LILLIE II. CRARY. Exccutrlcos. George W. Davison, Atty. for Executricos. 2fl Court street, Brooklyn. X. Y - ... - - apl4 6ms IX PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER' '01' THE; Hon George B. Abbott, Surrogate of the County of Kings, notice is hereby given, according to law, to all persons having claims against OTTO 13 ARTELS late of the Borough of Brooklyn, County of Kings' deceased, that they are required to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscribers at the office of I - oley, 'Vray & Taylor. Xo 71 Wall Street. Borough of Manhattan. Xew York City, on or before the first day of August, iqoo next Dated January 20. 1900. 1900. next. A NX A BART ELS, HENRY NI ELAND. Jr.. Administrators. Foley. Wray & Taylor. A tt ys for Administrator Xloland; George FrelfeM. Atty for Administratrix Anna Bartcls. 31 Nassau st.. Manhattan. Ja20 6m s IX PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER, OF THEJ Hon. George B. Abboit, Surrogate of the County of Kings, notice is ht - reby given, according to law, to all persons having claims against JOHN FRENCH, lato of the County of Kings, deceased, that thoy are required to exhibit, tho same, with the vouchors heronf, to the subscriber at Its place of transacting business. No. 203 Montague street Borough of Brooklyn. City and State of Now York, on or be Tore the 4th day of October next.Dated March 3". 1900. THE LONG ISLAND LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY, Executor. Wm. M. Ingvahani. Attorney for Executor. 1GB Montague st. Brooklyn. N. Y. mh31 6m a IN PURSUANCE OK AN ORDER OF TUB Hon. George B. Abbott, Surrogate of tho County of Kings, notice is hereby given, aec.ordlng to law, to all persons having claims against HENRY R. MOUNT, late of East Orane. Essex County, Now Jersey, deceased, that they arc required to exhibit the same, with t he vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, at her place nf transacting hual - n' - ss, at. the office of Frank 'A. Demurest, No. lt',0 Nr.ssau street, Borough of Manhattan, City of New York, on or before the tenth day of August next. - - Dated January lifi, 1900. GERTRUDE M MOUNT, Ancillary Executrix. 1 rank uemnr - st. Attorney Tor Executrix, law Nassau street (Manhattan), N. "Jf. City. Ja27G

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