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:45.'p; - . - , 10 THE BBQOKXY DAILY EA&LE - WEPyiESPAY, AUGUST 14, 1895. i - i: Mi? m s1 6' IS 1 4 ir i EEAL ESTATE MARKET. George B. Lovett & Co. of 2S Court street signed yesterday a lease for a term of years with the officers of the fire insurance patrol recently organized for the three story brick building, lot 25x100, 172 Pacific street. The building is the iirst taken by the patrol and "will be put in order for operations at once, the work to be completed by October 1, when active work v.'ill be begun. Messrs. Lovett have also sold this week 230 Smith street, three story store and apartment brick house, COx - lDxOO. for Dr. Andrew J. Dower to Louis Morris for Stf.uOO. 404 Third avenue, two story and basement brick house, ISxoOxSO. for Charles W. May - nard to James McGowan, for $5,300. Yesterday's judicial sales were: At 3 Willoughby street by Thomas A. Kerrigan, auctioneer, in action of the Title Guarantee and Trust company against Abraham Nafis, 110 Reid avenue, two story brick house, lot 19.3x100, to George W. Douglass for $5,000. In action of the Title Guarantee and Trust company against Anton llergle. 2K Navy street, two story frame house, lot 25x100, to P. McSherry, for $3,450. In action of Mary F. Stoughton as executrix, etc., against Robert L. Moores. 33 Putnam avenue, three story brick house, lot 20x100, to Mary F. Stoughton for S5.500. In action of Charles Grifiln as trustee, etc.. against Pheba C. Rapelye. 499 Gates avenue. four story brick apartment house, lot 2oxl0o to Charles Griffon, for S7.000. In action of Alonzo Lewis as executor, etc. against Garwood Winslow Powell. 365 Douglass street, three story brick house, lot Ifi.Sx 100, to Alonzo Lewis for $3,000. In action of Charles Griffen as trustee, etc. against Daniel W. Harley, 452 Prospect place. two and a half story brick house, lot li.oxlol to Charles F. Griffen, for $3,000. In action of Henry Blatchford against James William Stewart a plot 75x100x25x67. oxioox 167.G, with two and a half story frame house on the north side of Hawthorne street, 1,455 feet east of Flatbush avenue, to Henry Blatch - lord for $5,000. In action of William S. Stewart against Ellen Moran, 427 Henry street, three story brick house, lot 20xS3. to P. J. Kelly for $4,100. NEW BUILDINGS, Ninth, street, south side, feet east of Eighth venue. seven four story brick apartment houses, 0x63, gravel rorf. for four families each; cost $i9,000. Charles Hart, owner and builder. Lorraine street, south side, 100 feet west of Smith, a frame crane. 5227; cost $400. Cloubrook Steam Boiler company, owner. Seipel ptreet, south side. 550 feet east of Rush - wick avenue, two one story frame sheds, 25x25: cost 5100. Frederick Klflein. owner and builder. West avenue, east side, corner of A street, one two story brick produce market, 50x50, slate and Eravel roof; cost $G,G00. Llppman & Oser, owners. Ninth avenue, west side, 2" feet north of Fifty - second street, a one story frame house. 17x36, tin roof, for one family; cost 51,200. J. E. "Wldner. owner. Bath avenue, west side. (56 feet south of Bay Seventeenth street, one four story brick double apartment house, 40xCO. gravel roof, for eight families; cost $10,000. George Shields, owner. MECHANICS' LIENS. AUGUST IS. Fifty - first st. s s. 221 ft e Fifth av. 120 300, Gracchino Cermlnara apalnst KHz De Maine, owner; Angeln Cehlo. cont.. Same property, Luigl Indrleri against same Pacific st. n s. 176 ft e Saratoga av, 102x100, Peter O 01en against Fred Buchar. owner: Lewis Larson, cont Aberdeen st. e s. 270 ft n Bushwick av, 127x1 00 xl25xlOO. Ton! Catapans against "William E and John King, owner and cont High st, ix , 126.2 e Jay. st, f0xlO0. Joseph I Samuelson against David Davis, . owner and cont 516.51 13.01 30.00 199.40 60.00 JUDGMENTS. AUGUST 13. Rope, William M; Nlcoll, Edward T William Kerby Weber. Ernest Conrad Hunerhon Otterbein, Charles Solomon B Kraus Connor, Charles F Daniel W McClain ot nl James. John F Tun in J Powell Herzberg. Man Abraham Knoppe & Bro Somervllle. Edward L William H Garrison, as assignee Matthews. LucyLouisa W and Cora Chapman Same Same McAvoy. John County of Queens Buckley, George P Christian C. Abee and ano Cocheu, Noah L: Seward. WUUara W; Seward. Edward T Henrv R Worthlng - ton Wlngert. Everett J: Chrlsfeld. Harry C Jay C Wemple Co Abbott, Horatio S James W Foote and ano McGowan, James Charles Hartman et al Thompson, Richard Crandall & Godley R9.W 101.2S 92.02 107.87 125.95 114.13 720.29 G04.09 130.43 535. 5 J 7S.91 190.32 95.20 240. 3ti MORTGAGES. AUGUST 13. Perkins F E, to Ellsworth Relief Circle. East Eighteenth at. C Same, to Kaiser Dal ton. same prop. C... Stratton, Mary A. to Josephine lieierlein. lots 47 to r.l and Si to &5. E Egolf prop, Bath Beach Beierlein, Josephine, to J L Van Pelt, same lots as above Do., do., lots C to 13. map J L Nostrand. lots 6 to 13. J L Nostrand prop and 14" 14G. A W Packer prop Do. exrs and trustees V Sieger, same prop Kompfit, P. jr.. to Title G'jur juid Trust Co.. East Twenty - sixth st. near Newkirk av Bryant. J, to A Seifrled. Kcndrick st. near Blake av Durand, J H. to C M Dorotheo Joost, Havemeyer st, near S:uth Fifth st Muller, M, to P Mani?ral . Bergen st. near Ralph av Hamilton. H, to Franc - ena B Partridge, N. Y., West Third st. cor West av Brown, W J. & G L Taylor, to I E Bergen, Third av, near Seventy - seventh st, Z morta Norton. Irene, to City Savings bank, Brooklyn and F R Schroder. Stewart av, cor Ninety - seventh st, C 2 morts.. Hiltman. P J. to !' Wigand. Alabama av and Georgia av, near Liberty av, 2 morts Post. W H. to C H Reytmlds, Culytr st. near Lorlmr at Hus.sey. A W, tr W F" Corinth. Jf - well st, C Tracy. T F, to Bushwick 0 - cp I; and L association. Alnslie st. C Potter, Almlra K, to F A La:ip. Piaatern parkway, C Lowe. E W. tn Title Guar and Trust Co., Fourth av, cur Ninety - fourth st and Eighty - seventh t. near S - - i:ond av Cooney. Bridget, wiiv of. and Patrick to Sarah E Bruce. N Y. JelTerson a v. near Howard av, 2 morts. 2 parcels Same to J T Bruce. Jefferson a v. near Howard Same to Louisa L Ransnmas. extrx, Howard av. ne - ir Je - ilVrson Same to Sarah E Snyder. Jefferson av. corner Howard Same to Sarah W Collins, Harrison. N Y, same property Same to W J Klots. snme property Soper. Almena L. wlf J W. to E L Triplcr, Madison st c Bwimm. Cornelia, wife uf and F C. to Josephine del Kisco Sue well. Plancock st. near Throop av Wiener, Albert and Rachel his wife, to O F Struse, Seventeenth st. near Fifth av. 5 morts, o parcels Dieckmann. 1 1 W, by guardian Mary Kackmann and Anna Dieckmann. to L Kolb. Fourth av and Forty - llfth st IegKett, Katli. to Jane A Simonson, Atlantic av. near Utica Colvln. Lydia K. wife of. and A E Col - vin to J M Go - Tdard. c - xr. Bergen st. near Rockaway av Butler. J G, to Metropolitan Life Insurance Co, Prospect place, near New "York av, 2 marts, 2 parcels Reynold. M T. to J French. McDonough st, near Ralph av. C HoriRan. J. to Title Guar and Trust Co, Spencer st. near Myrtle nv Fleischman, G J, St. Louis. Mo, and A J to G W Dayton. Hopkins st. near Throop av Munro, flenriotta E. to G Munro and ano, exrs. Clermont av, near Wil - loughby av Munro, Rachel, to F W Werner. Graham av, near Ten Eyck st Fleming, Thomas, to South Brooklyn Savings institution. Bridge st. near John st Dupell. C. and Mary, to M Seitz. Third av, near Sixtieth st 3,500 J00 1,20"! $00 700 .500 soo 7'W 400 2,50f) 7.000 5.700 4.700 0,000 3. 000 3.000 1.100 2.200 13.000 C.5')0 9.000 11.500 1,000 6,ti6'J 4,500 6,5( 5.000 2.50"") 500 SOO !.& 13.25 - ) 2,500 SOO 125.000 500 1.5 - W 4,000 ASSIGNMENTS. AUGUST 13. Underbill. E C. to w H Sutter Munro, G. and ano. exre. to Henrietta E Munro MeCabe. Mary C. to B Wesserman Standish. Joseph V. New York, to American Surety company Gorden. A. to H and H P.enlers Lou. PI. to Margare Mulvihill Title Guarantee and Trust company to Margaret B Warren, as trunte. - Beierlein, Josephine, to E L Graef and ano. exrs Collins, Sarah W Harrison. New York, to William H S Wood, et al. trustees.. TRANSFERS. AUGUST 13. Nineteenth st, s w s, n ft n w Seventh av, 5 - 1.2x100, Jacqueline W Peck, N Y. to William Johnston, mort 5fv'rf Twelfth st. n s. 20u ft e Eighth av, 26. Sx 100. h&l, Fred J Swift to Marpt W Swlft. his wife, mort $5,500 JMcDonough st, s s. 4, - i ft w Ralph av. 148.6x100.1x132x100, John French to Mat - th - Ias T Reynolds, mort $13,2.10 ; Sarat oga a v, w s . 75 ft s Ciiaun ce v s t . 3Sxl00. Thomas Gill to Antonio Arbona, morts $4.500 Georgia av, w a, 325 ft n Libert v av, 50x 100, b&l. Henry Yigand to Peter J Hilt - ; - ' - man Alabama at, o s, 125 ft n Liberty av, 50x $i.&;o nom nom nom 700 4.000 nom 2,500 $14.25 - 3 2.400 I 100. hfel, Ferdinand WlK.ir.il to reter J i HH:man ! Itockiwuv av. e . - , ."j .': n Belmont av. IBxHW.l. h&l. Jacob MJ Abraham Gold - ! stein to Annie Lev - nt hal. morts M,l. all liens Eastern parkway, n .. 25 it Mll.Vr av. ."Oxliw. Frank A Lane :o Aln - .ira t, Pot - t ler, mi - . - : Ii:.fV"i : East K.Khiwmh s:. . - . 1':: ft n Avenue ; D. 4 - jxlvi. W'm J Ki."r and Geo W i Dalun to Frank K I'i ric:n. - . ir.or - .s 5.0').. i St'i'A.irt av, v, - t L - ..r Ni:i' - ty - c.. - venth 3t, 1 - M1:.'. f.ov - 'jri - . V - :n .1 liuttilntf to 4.600 nom 4.000 nom 5.010 I l' ' L' - ns 47 :.. ."I, in - !us:v", and Si to s, in - i oiuslve. map K E. - lf 1"' !:. Hath Ucach. I Jop:i iv - a - rlcin to Mary A Stratton. iur: il.sf ! Lot on G.iufrl ri - .'eu, i'latiand. adjoining J Mavgt M Sin1.:!'.. 5xlfi, 'fiu.s H Carman to James .Mclaughlin St - - tVj,t ....j, .. . (' use r'iltn av, j s"xl.. ':ito !' Struse to Albert Wetner, j mort $3. ..'. , Fourth av. n w o - r Forty - lifth st, i').2xV0, S.600 150 exch 2,000 1.000 2,000 1.600 John A I .i - 'i ii niii nil to Henry d1'" Anna Diecianaiir. and Mr.ry HackmAnn . Bergen st, ri l!7A ft w li' - ckaway av. 25x 1'7.2. fore. - i. - .... Am J Buttling to Lydia K iVlvl. - j Prospect pKicc. t - s ft w Now York av. 40x140.7. i - "!c;ii - c mort. the Seamen's Bank for Snvir.gs. New York. t - James G Butl. - r Sam' - prup. release mort. Melissa I' Dodge. New York, to same Madison st. y t - , :i3'j. V) e Tompkiti av. 20.1xl' - i. Edward L Triplcr to Almeria L Sopor Huyward st n w s, 195 ft s w Harrison av. 25x1 yu. Georqe H Steitz to Theresa Steltz Ainslie st. s I'O ft w Lorimer st. 22x100. hX - 1. Henry Hlnghouee to Thomas F Tracy Jewell .st. w s. 145 ft s Norman a v. 25x100. nom nom 3.000 7.000 Eleanor A, wife David yumian. to aii - l drei - W Hussey. mort S. - v i Broad wav. n e s. 75 ft n w Grove st. 25x 100. Albert Wiener to Otto F Struse, mort 2vjJ Lots i63 and 964. block 2J. Win II Jackson exch 530 property. Twenty - sixth ward, contract, Robert Wheelan to Augustus Chevalier Fourth av. n w cor Ninety - fourth st. runs n 92 x w 100 x n :, x w x s 102 to Ninety - fourth st x e 152. Y."M;um Stacy. l:fci;mond countv. New Yoi k. to Edward W Lowe UP TO 11 O'CLOCK. AUGUST 14. Elizabeth st. s w S50 ft a e Van Brunt st. runs s w 1,150 x s e 142.Cx s e to point 1,000 ft s w Elizabeth st x n e x s e 100 to Otsego st x n e to Elizabeth st x n w to beginning. William N Dykman to the New York Dry Dock Repair cornpanv. b&s Thirty - ninth st. n e s. 290 ft n w Eighth av, 6GXW0.2. Victor W Lindholm to the Finnish American Publishing company, morts SO. 300 Third av. s e f. 25.2 h w Forty - ninth st. 25x99.fi, Louis Beer rind Michael Schaffner to August F Butehorn and Matilda L. his wife Fifty - first st. s s. ISO ft e Fifth av. 20x 100, h&l, Horatio S Stewart to John Allnder. mort $2.500 Howard av. No 30. w s. M ft n Putnam av, 20xSO. Osmer B Gregoi - j - and Gilbert Elliott, jr. to Dora Rothstein, morts S3,50f Fulton st. s s, 150 ft p Schenectadv av. 37.8x100. Carrie V Mesick to Annie E Irvine Same property. William Irvine to Carrie V Meslck Sumner av, n w corner Park av, 25x75 Frederick W Klein to Mary Austin Avenue G. p s. 105 ft e East Ninety - fifth st, 25xl7S.Sx25xl7S - 7, John H Ireland to Henrietta Dnrt. New York Eighteenth st. No 14S. s s. 17S ft w Fourth av. 18x70. Louis Guttenhere to William Guttenberg. mort $1,200 $4,000 exch nom nom nom 400 OF COURSE HE WON'T. Dentist Speaking of going to heaven, I dare say I shall have to learn some new profession when I go there. Victim (who has been three hours in the chair) You'll never go there. Chicago Tribune. LEGAi NOTICES. COCNTY"cOURTOF KINGS COUNTY WILL iam K. Bennett, plaintiff, against Garrett W. Cropsey and Tunis H. Cropaey, as executors of the last win and testament of JAMES CROPSEY. deceased, and others, defendants In pursuance of a Judgment of foreclosure and sale duly made and entered In the above entitled action and bear ing date the 20th day ol July, iS3;r I. the undersigned, the referee therein named, will sell at public auction at the Real Estate Exchange. Limited, No. 189 Montague street, in the City of Brooklyn, on the fourth day of September, 1S95, at 12 o'clock, noon, on that day. by William P. Rae Company, auctioneers, the premises In said judgment mentioned and described as follows, to wit: All those three certain plots, pieces or par cels of land, situate. lying and being at Ben - sonhurst - by - t he - Sea, in the Town of Gravesend, County of Kings and State of New York, known and designated on a certain map. entitled "Map of lots, tne nrtn aamtion to i.fonsonnurst - ny - the Sea. Town ot Gravesend. Kings County. New York, surveyed July. IKS?, by Samuel II. McElrov. Civil Engineer and City Surveyor. 2t Court street. Brooklyn. N. Y." and tiled In the otjk - e of the Register of the County of Kind's. August 5. ISM, as and by the lot numbers 4.5S7. 4.5SS and 4,5S!t, in block number seventy - nine and which said lots, according to said map, are bounded and described as follows, viz.: Beginning at a point on the southeasterly yide nf Bay Thirty - fourth street distant four hundred and forty f" - : - t southwesterly from the corner formed by the intersection of the southeasterly side of Bay Thirty - fourth street with the southwesterly side of Benson avenue; running thence southwesterly along the said southeasterly side of Bay Thirty - fourth street sixty feet; thenre southeasterly "parallel with Benson avenut ninety - six feet eight inches to the middle line of the block he t ween Bay Thirty - fourth and Bay Thirty - fifth streets; thence northeasterly along aid middle 'iin - f the block and parallel with Bay Thirty - fourth street, sixty fet and thence northwesterly again parallel with Benson avenue ninety - six feet eight inches to the point or pla - - e of beginning. Also, all the right, title and interest of the parties of the lirst part of. in and t one - half of Bay Thirty - fourth street in front of and adjoining the premises above described. The above mentioned premises n - . - .v being l.,Mt". m ih. Th:riv - nrst Ward of the City of Brooklyn. Dated Brooklyn, Au crust 12. 1 CHAS. F - M'Hiy. Referee. Chas. H. Lott. prff'a Atty., 206 Broadway, N. Y. City. aj!4 3w VS" NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A MORT - gage dated April 25. is&l, made by Elizabeth C. Power, wife nf John Power, to Mary W. Smith, and recorded in Kins County Register' a of - floe in Liber ..f M' - irtgag. - i at page 370. April 27. 1891, and by the said Mary W. Smith assigned to Herman F. Koepkn. and by the said Herman F. Keopke assigned t. - me, Herbert C. Smith, the amount claimed to he due upon which mortgage at the time nf the rlrst publication of this notice being the sum of seventeen hundred and one dollars and forty cents, will be foreclosed by sale of the mortgaged premises at public auction at the Real Estate Exchange, No. 1S9 Montague street, in the city cf R:Kk!yri, by Jacob Cole, auctioneer, on the - eighth day - f November next, at 12 o'clock. . nn. which premises arc described as follows, tn wit: All that certain lot. piece cr parcel of land s.tuate, Iving and bein in the Twenty - sixth Ward of the city of Brooklyn. KinRS tA - tunty and Suite of New York, bounded and described as foi'.o - . to wit: TVcinnuifc !u th1 easterly line of Osborn street at a ivint distant - ne hundred 10) feet northerly along tho same from the northeasterly corner of O."born sirvet and Ea s t em par k way ; running t li en ee northerly along Osborn street twenty - five (25) feet; thence easterly parallel with k.astern jiurKway one hundrM 000) fM; thence southerly parallel with Osborn street twenty - live ci'o feet, and thence westerly again parallel with Eastern parkway one iiundred (100) feet to the paint or place of beginning. And also all the rinht. title and interest of the said mortgavr of. in and to 'the land lying In paid Osborn street in front of and adjoining said premises to the middle line thereof. Dated August 14. 1S?5. HERBERT C. SMITH, Assignee of said Mortgage. Smith. Griffin & Buxton. Attornoy - s, 3G Court st, Brooklyn. ; , au!4 I2WW SUPREME COURT. KINGS COUNTY JOHN Lyon, plaintiff, against Albert Henry Phillips and others, defendants In pursuance of a Judgment of foreclosure arid sale made and entered in the above entitled action, dated the 8th day of June. 185. I will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, by Thomas A. Kerrigan, auctioneer, at the salesrooms, No. 9 Willoughby street, in the City of Brooklyn, County of Kings, on the 2d day of July, 185. at twelve o'clock, noon, the land and premises in said Judgment mentioned, and therein described as follows: All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land situate, lying and being in the city of Brooklyn, late village of Williiimsburgh. County of Kings and State of New York, known and distinguished on a map.' entitled Map of 141 valuable lots of ground situate in the village of Wllliamsburgh, Kings County, dated New Y'ork. May. 1S:I". by D. Ewen, City Surveyor, and intended to be filed in the Clerk's (now Register's) ottlce, of the said County of Kings, as lot number 102 (one hundred and two), and is bounded southwesterly in front by Grand street. twen:y - flve feet northeasterly in the rear by land now or formerly of Vandervoort twenty - nine feet northwesterly on one side by lot number 101 (en - .' hundred and one) on said map, eighty - three feet and nine inches and southeasterly on the oth' - r side partly by lot number 103 (one hundred and threo). on said map. and partly by land now or formerly of the heirs of Francis Van Cott, tight v - two feet. Fin ted Brooklyn. June 11. 1S95. WILLIAM J. BUTTLING, Sheriff. E. W. Van Vranken. Plaintiff's attorney. 3T1 Fulton streot. Brooklyn. N. Y. jeio 3w M&Th The above sale is hereby adjourned to July 16. 1S95, at, same hour and place. Dated Brooklyn Julv 2. 1SS5. jy3"4tW&S WILLIAM J. BUTTLING. Sheriff. - The abov sale Is hereby further adjourned to August C. lS?r,, at same hour and place. Dated Bm.iltlyn. Juiv b. ISit - S. 3yl7 fltW&S WILLIAM J. BUTTLING. Sheriff. The above pale is hereby further adjourned to September 3. IS1.", at same hour and place. Dated Brooklyn. August t 1S95. au7 RtW&S WILLIAM J - HVTTL I N'G . Sherj ff . SURROGATE'S COUHT. KINGS COUNTY !N the matter of th application of ChaMs Hohn a creditor of HEN BY HOEHN. decoated. lor the sale of the real property fnr the payment of his debts. In pursuanoe of an crder of the Surrogate's court nf the County of Kint;y. duly maof an.! n - tered on the 23d day of July. . th, - under - sign'il ff - eholdr of the City of Breklyn. of the County f Kings and stat of New York, will sell at public auction to the highest bidi' - r, at the auction p' - rns of Thomas A. Kerrigan. N.. 0 Wil - b - ughby .street. In said City of i'.m. - klyn. at 12 o'clock noon of the ."th day of September, 1S0.". the following ds;rlbed rea: estate. 1 wit: Ilfginning on the north vr - :;:ery r,rn.T of v. - ,, jjrtint and Partition (now ( '(.ffeyi m.' - co:. running thrn - e northerly along the nrth' - riy sjd. ,( Van Brunt street, t w. - nty - dve fe : ; th - nce wsterlv on a line parallel with Partition now CufiVy; 'street, ninety lr' feci; t!ien.. - soi:th' - rl on it line paral - IpI with Van Brunt t - ir - i - twcntV - Ilve 2." feet, to Partition (now c(1f;Vyt street, and thence easterly along the northerly side (if CoITey .'formerly Partition) street, ninety (O), fet. to the place of beginning. Dated the 2r,d day t.f Julv. 1S&5. GEORGE W. CHAI'NCEY. Freeholder. Martin Flanian. Attorney for Petitioner, 1S9 Montaeue street, Brooklyn. N. Y. j - 24 6w W . LEGAL NOTICES. COUNTV rntTT wivfi? POT'NTY JAMES C. Rrower. plaintiff, against Joseph Cannella and Gamblna C. Cannella (also known as ' Congeta I G. Cannella). his wife: Jacob YViilman. Walter L. Durack. James P. Judge. Edward P. Water - bury, Edward Rieke, George C. Case as assignee for the beneut of creditors of Edward P. Water - bury and Edward Riek. Charles A. Brown, Spencer S. Bullis, George A. Aubrey. Martin" C. Sheehan. the said "Martin" being fictitious, the true Christian name of . - u!d defendant being unknown to plaintiff; "John" O'Day. the said "John" being tictltlouy. the true Christian name of said defendar.L being unknown to plaintiff; Dominican Vlttair. a n - .n;. - , V.tl'.entlno. Donlon A Miller. Manufacturing Company.. J. Edward Swanstrom as receiver of the property and effects of the Donlon & Miil - r Manufacturing Company, Emll Fuchs and "John l - ue." the said "John Doe" being flctit: our, the true name of aaid defendant being unknown to plaintiff, doing business as and composing the firm of E. Fuchs & Company ; Minnie E. Felnherg, Charles E. Ring. John L. Bur. - :, Paul E. Jones as receiver nf Joseph I'anella, Joseph Fansett. John P. Banta and - Bernard Louglian. JefenuVints To the above named defendants and each of them: You are hereby summn - d :o answer the com - plairu In thl3 action, and to erve a copy of your answer on the plaintiff's attorneys within twenty 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 June 4. 1S95. MOFFETT & KRAMER, P ia i n t i ff ' s At torn eys. Office and Post Office address. S94 Broadway, Brooklyn. ' N. Y. To the above named defendants. Joseph Cannella and Gamblna C. Cannella (also known as Congeta G. Cannella). his wife; "Martin" C. Sheehan. the said '"Martin" being fictitious, the true Christian name of said defendant being unknown to plaintifT; "John" O'Day. the said "John" beinir fictitious, the true Christian name of said defendant being unknown to plaintiff; Dominican Vittalc. Antonio Valient inc. Emil Fuchs and "John Doe." the said "John Doe" being fictitious, the true name cf said defendant being unknown to plaintiff, doing business as and composing the firm of E. Fuchs & Company, and each of them: The foregoing summons is served upon you by publication, nursuant to an nrrier of the Hon. Henry A. Moore. County Judge of Kings County, dated July 10. 1S:5. and filed with the complaint in the office of the Clerk of the County .if Kings, in the Hall of Records, in the vity 01 urooKiyn. MOFFETT & KxtAMEB, Plaintiff's Attorneys, Office and Poat Office address, 894 Broadway, Brooklyn, N. Y. lyio GwW THE CITY COURT OF BRO OKLtV - FANNY Bloomer, plaintiff, against Eliza Beard, et al.. defendantsIn pursuance of an interlocutory 1udir - ment of partition and sale of this court, made and - entgrea in tne aDove entitled action bearing date the 24th day of July. 1S95, I, the referee in said Judgment named, will sell at public auction, by Jacob Cole, auctioneer, at the Real Estate Exchange, 1S9 .Montague street, in the City of Brooklyn, N. Y., on the 4th day of September. 1&95, at 32 o'clock noon, the land and n rem taps in snlrt Judgment described, and which are bounded and described as follows: All that certain lot. piece or parcel of land situate, lying and being in the City of Brooklyn. County of Kings and State of New York, bounded and described as follows, to wit: Beginning at a ooint nn thf sniithpriv iHn of Degraw street distant one hundred feet westerly from the corner formed by the intersection of the said southerly line of Degraw street with the westerly line of Columbia street, and running muue w utterly aiong uegraw street seventeen feet six inches: thence southerly and parallel with Columbia street and part of the distance through the center of a party wall one hundred feet; thence easterly and parallel with Degraw street seventeen feet six inches, and thence north erly paranci with Columbia street one hundred feet to the point or nlace of hpc - tnnine. and helne - known as lot Number l on a map entitled "Map of property belonging to the Howard Insurance company of New York, surveyed, Brooklvn. November ICth, 1ST.?, by George Stoddard. City Surveyor." said map being filed in the otllce of the register of the ouniy 01 ivings, oe tne said several dimensions more or less; also. All that certain lot. piece or parcel of land situate, lying and being in the City of Brooklvn. Countv of Klnes and Srate nf New York, bounded and described as follows, to wit: Beginning at a point on the southerly side of Degraw street, distant two hundred and five feet westerly from the corner formed by the intersection of the said southerly line of Degraw street with the westerly line of Columbia street, and running thence westerly along Degraw Btreet seventeen feet six Inches; thence southerly and parallel with Columbia street and part of the distance through the center of a party wall one hundred feet; thence easterly and parallel with De graw street seventeen fieet six Inches, and thence northerly parallel with Columbia street and part of the distance through the center of a partv wall one nunuren teet 10 tne point or place or beginning, and being known as lot Mnmbpr 7 on n innn entitled "Map of property belonging to the Howard jnsurn.no - company or. .New York, surveyed, Brooklyn. November Irith. 1S39, by George Stod - irrr itv Surveyor. said man heinir fliffi n tha ofiice of the Register of the County of Kings, be the said several dimensions more or less. Dated ijK.Min.ij 11. 1., august 1. iKir. - T. , F - J - MOISSEN. Referee. Michael Gru. Plaintiff's Attorney, 44 Court street. Brooklyn, N. Y. au5 3w M&Th SUPREME COURT, KINGS COUNTY Esther A. Robinson, plaintiff, against Diana Cur - now, as administratrix of. &c, of Richard Cur - now. dee'd. and others, defendants In pursuance - of a judgment of foreclosure and sale made and entered In this action and dated the second day of August. 1S05. I. the undersigned, the referee In said judgment named, will sell at public auction, at the Brooklyn Beal Estate Exchange, at No. ISf Montague street. City of Brooklyn, N. Y., on Thursday, the fifth day of September. 1S5, at twelve o'clock, noon, by William Cole, auctioneer, the premises mentioned in said Judgment and therein described as follows: All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land situate, lying and being in the City ot Brooklyn, County of Kings and State of New York, bounded and described as follows, to - wit: Beginning at a point on the northerly side of Putnam avenue distant one hundred and seventy - five feet westerly from the corner formed by the intersection of the northerly side of Putnam avenue with the westerly side of Howard avenue; running thence northerly parallel with Howard avenue one hundred feet to the center line of the block between Madison street and Putnam avenue; thence westerly along said center line of the block and parallel with Putnam avenue seventeen feet six inches; thence southerly, again parallel with Howard avenue and part of the distance through a party wall one hundred feet, to the northerly side of Putnam avenue, and thence easterly along the northerly side of Putnam avenue seventeen feet six Inches to the point or place of beginning, being the same premises conveyed to Richard Curaow by Richard Geary and Matilda, his wife, by deed, bearing even date with and intended to be recorded simultaneously with the mortgage aforesaid the same being a purchase money mortgage given to secure a portion of the consideration in said deed expressed. Dated August 5. 1855. R. B. GWILLIM. Referee. Sanders &. Grav, Plaintiff's Attorneys, 206 Broadway. New York. N. Y aul4 3wV&S SUPREME COURT. KINGS COUNTY' ED - ward F. Winslow. plaintiff, against Theodore I. AV. Corn well as executor, etc.. and others, defendants In pursuance of a judgment of foreclosure and sale mud and entered in the above entitled action, dated the 12th day of August. I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, by Thomas A. Kerrigan, auctioneer, at the Salesrooms, No. 9 Willoughby street. In the City of Brooklyn. County of Kings, on the 5th day of September, 1S9;. at twelve o'clock, noon, the land and premises in said judgment mentioned, and therein describe I as foiiows: All that certain lot, piece or parce - . of land with the buildings and improvements thereon, situated, lying and being in the City of Brooklyn. County of Kings and State of New Y'ork. :uid bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point on the northerly side of Gates avenue, opposite the center of a party wail standing partly on the lot herein described and partly on t he lot adjoining on the easterly side ther.f. which point Is tUstant three hundred and fifty - nine feet westerly from the corner formed by the Intersection of the northerly side of Gates avenue with the west'Tly side of Marcy avenue; running thence westerly and along the northerly side of Gates avenue thirty - two feet to a point opposite the center of a party wall standing partly on the kt hereby described and partly on the lot adjoining on th. westerly side thereof; thence northerly parallel with Marcy avenue and part of the distance through the renter of said party wall one hundrl feet to the center line of the block between Gates avenue and Qulncy street; thence easterly aiong said center line thirty - two feet; thence southerly parallel with Marcy avenue and part of the distance through said first mentioned party wall one hundred fcet to Gates avenue at the point or place of beginning. Subject to the covenants against nuisances contained in a deed from Rem Lefferts and wife to Edward J. Dan - forth, recorded in the office of the Reg - wtcr of the County of Kings jn liber 22 - S of conveyances, at page 4S - Dated Brooklyn. August 14. 1S95. WILLIAM J. BUTTLING. Sheriff. Dunning and Fowler, Plaintiff's Attornovs. C7 Wall street. New York City. aul - 4 7t w&S NEW YuUK SUPREME COURT, KINGS County Charles Aiehmann and Louise Aichmann. plaintiffs, against Gertrude Stelnbrecher and Matthias Vosseler, defendants In pursuance of a Judgment of foreclosure and sale, made and entered In the above entitled action on the 26th day of July, 1S95. I. the undersigned, the referee in said judgment named, will pell at public auction. In the rotunda of the Countv Court House in the City of Brooklyn and Countv of Kings' on the 22d day of August. 1S95. at 12 o'clock, noon the lands and premises in said Judgment mentioned and described as follows, to wit; Beginning at a point on the northeasterly side of Wvekff avenue, distant twenty - five (25) feet north we'steriy from the corner formed by the intersection of the northeasterly side of Wyekoff avenue with the northwesterly side of Linden street, running thenee northeasterly and parallel . with Linden street, and part of the distance through a party wall eighty ?0 feet eleven and three quarter inches; thence northwesterly and parallel with Wyekoff avenue twenty - Mve (2jj feet, and thence southwesterly and again parallel with Linden strevt eighty - one (Si) feet nine and one - half Inches to the northeasterly side of Wyekoff avenue, and thence - southeasterly along Wvckoff avenue twenty - live feet and one - eighth inch to the point or place of beginning. Dated Brooklyn July 31. 1?3. HOWARD J. FORKER. Refer e ' Greenhall & Levy. Attorneys for Plaintiffs. 277 Broadway. N - Y.C!ty. J31 3w W&S NEW YORK SUPREME COURT. KINGS COUNTY In the matter of the application lor a voluntary dissolution of THE DONLON & MILLER MANUFACTURING COMPANY, a domestic business corporation. Notice is hereby given that I have been appointed by The Supreme Court of the State of New lork, Revolver of all the property, assets and effects of the above named corporation, fortheben - e;it of the creditors of said company and of the stockholders thereof, and that I have duly qual - iiled as such Receiver, and I do require: First All persons indebted to said corporation to render an account to me at my office. No. 2'J Nassau street, in the city, county and State of New York, on or before the 2d day of September lM - r., nf all debts and sums of money owing by thehi respectively and to pay the same to me. Second All persons having in their possession any property or effects of said corporation to deliver the same to me at above address on or before the said 2d day of September. 1S03. Third All creditors of said corporation to deliver to me at above address their respective accounts and demands duly proved by alfidavit In the usual form on or before said 2d day of Seo - temr. 1S05. Fourth Any person holding an open or subsisting contract of said corporation to present the tame in writing and in detail to me at the place aforesaid on or before September 2, 1S05. Dated New York, July 22, 1S9j. J. EDWARD SWANSTROM. W ingate. Cullen & Miller, Attorneys for Receiver, Office and Post Office address. No. 20 Nassau street. New York City. jy30 2lt LEGAL NOTICES. THE CITY' COURT OF BROOKLYN SARAH ' E. Fowler, plaintiff, against Alfred P. Qurtmby ! and others, defendants In pursuance of a Judg - i ment of foreclosure and sale made and entered ! in the abov entitled action, dated the 24th day 1 of July, 1S95. I will sell at public auction to the ! highest bidder, by Thomas A. Kerrigan, Auction - eer. at the salesrooms. No, 9 Willoughby street, I In the City of Brooklyn. County of Kings, on the 13th day of August, 1SD5, at twelve o'clock noon. I the land and premises in said Judgment mention - j ed and therein described as follows: All that cer - I tain lot, piece or parcel of land, with the improve - j meats thereon erected, situate, lying and being in the Twentieth Ward of the City of Brooklyn. 1 County of Kings and State of New Y'ork. bounded and described as follows, to wit: Beginning at a point on the westerly side of Washington avenue, distant eighty - five feet two Inches northerly from the northwesterly corner of Washington and Park avenues, and which point Is opposite the center of a party wall erected partly upon the premises hereby described and partly upon the adjoining southerly lot, and running thence westerly at right angles to Washington avenue and through said party wall, seventy - five feet; thence northerly and parallel with Washington avenue twenty - seven feet four inches; thence westerly, again at right angles to Washington avenue, one foot; thence northerly, again parallel with Washington avenue, eleven feet four Inches; thence easterly, again at right angles to Washington avenue, seventy - six feet to Washington avenue, and thence southerly along Washington avenue, thirty - eight feet eight Inches, to the point or place of beginning. Also, all that certain lot. piece or parcel of land, situate, lying and being In the City of Brooklyn. County of Kings and State of New - York, fronting on Poplar ati - et and known and distinguished on a map of the Commissioners of part of the Mlddagh estate, by the number twenty - one (.21 j and bounded as follows, to wit: Beginning at the corner of land now or late belonging to Nicholas Luquer on Poplar street, sixty - two feet five inches wcstwardly from the corner of Poplar and Henry streets; thence running southerly along the land now or late of said Nicholas Luquer one hundred feet and seven inches to the northerly corner of lot number twenty - eight (28); thence along said lot westward! twenty - three feet and two inches to the southeast corner of lot number twenty (20); thence northwardly along said lot one hundred feet and seven inches to Poplar street; thence eastwardly along said street twenty - three feet and two inches to the place of beginning. Also the undivided Interest of said Alfred P. Qulmby in all that certain lot, piece or parcel of land situate, lying and being In the City of Brooklyn on the northerly side of Poplar street, commencing at a point sixty - one feet se - en inches westerly from the northwesterly corner of Henry and Poplar street, running thence northerly and parallel with Henry street twenty - two feet two Inches; thence northwesterly four feet five inches; thence northeasterly twenty feet six inches; thence southeasterly fifty - nine feet: thence northeasterly four feet eight Inches to Henry atreet; thence southerly along Henry street sixteen feet two inches to Poplar street; thence westerly along Poplar street sixty - one feet seven inches to the place of beginning. Being the portion of the premises conveyed to David S. Qulmby by Samuel Quimby and Sarah A., his wife, by deed recorded in the office of Register of Kings County, on January 7. 1851, at Liber 233 of Conveyances, ut page 252. Dated Brooklyn. July 24, 1S(j5. WILLIAM Jf BUTTLING, Sheriff. G. G. & F. Reynolds, Plaintiff's Attorneys, 16 Court street. Brooklyn. Jy24 3wW&S CITY COURT OF BROOKLYN BROADWAY Dry Goods Co - operative Building and Loan Association, plaintiff, against "Eugene U. Tichenor, et al, defendants In pursuance of a Judgment of foreclosure and sale of this court made ' in the above entitled action bearing date the twentv - flfth day of July. 1803, 1 will sell at public auction, by Thomas A. Kerrigan, Auctioneer, at No. 9 Willoughby street, in the City of Brooklyn, on the twenty - first day of August, 1895, at 12 o'clock noon, the following described land and premises: All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land, with the buildings and improvements thereon erected, situate, lying and being In Twenty - sixth Ward of the City of Brooklyn. County of Kings and State of New Y'ork. bounded and described as follows, to wit: Beginning on the northerly side of Belmont avenue at a point distant sixty - two feet and six inches westerly from the northwesterly corner of Belmont avenue and Warwick street, running thence northerly and parallel with Warwick street and part of the distance through a partv wall one hundred feet: thence westerly and parallel with Belmont avenue eighteen feet and' nine Inches; thence southerly and again parallel with Warwick street and part of the distance through another party wall one hundred feet to the said norrhriv side of Belmont avenue; thence easterly along the northerly side of Belmont avenue eighteen feet nine Inches to the point or place of beginning - mm aiso an maa uei t - ttui 101. piece or parcel or land, with the building and improvements therenn erected, situate, lying and being in the Twenty - sixth Ward of the City of Brooklvn. County of Kings and State of New Y'ork, bounded and described as follows, to Wit : Beerfnnlnir nn tho northerly .side of Belmont avenue at a point dis tant eigniy - one ieei ana tnree inches westerly from the northwesterly corner of Belmont avenue and Warwick street, running thenee northwriv and parallel with Warwick street and part of the aisiance inrounn a puny wan one nunared feet; thence westerly parallel with Belmont avenue eighteen feet and nine inches ; thence southerly and again parallel with Warwick street one hundred feet to the said northerly side of Belmont avenue; thence easterly along the northerly wide of Belmont avenue eighteen feet and nine Inches to tne point or piace 01 oeginning, together with one - half of the street lying in front of the above described premises. Dated Brooklyn, July 26 1S95. JOHN F. C' - ARKE. Reteree. Judge and Durack. Plaintiffs Attorneys, 1S9 Montague street, Brooklyn. N.Y. jy27 3wS&W SUPREME COURT. KINGS COUNTY BEN JA roin F. Watkins. plaintiff, against Theodore T. Edgerton, junior, 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 June. 3S95, I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, by Thomas A. Kerrigan, auctioneer, at the salesrooms, No. 9 Willoughby street. In the City of Brooklyn, County of Kings, on the llth day of July, 1S95, at twelve o'clock noon, the land and premises in said judgment mentioned and therein described as follows: All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land 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 the corner formed by the intersection of the northerly side of Atlantic avenue with the easterly side of Crescent avenue; running thence northerly along said easterly side of Crescent avenue three hundred and thirty - eight feet eightand three - quarter Inches to land now or formerly of Mason; thence easterly at right angles to Crescent avenue along said land two hundred and thirteen feet four and one - quarter inches to the westerly line of Hemlock street; thence southerly along the same three hundred and eighteen feet six and three - quartersi inches to the northerly line of said Atlantic avenue, and thence westerly along the same one hundred and ninety - six feet seven inches to the point or place of beginning, together with the lands of the said Theodore JT - Edgerton, jr., and Henrietta M. Edgerton, his wife and their right title and interests Jn the lands adjoining said premises on Atlantic avenue. Crescent avenue and Hemlock street to the center lines thereof." Dated Brooklyn, June 19. 1S95. WILLIAM J. BUTTLING, Sheriff. Harrison & Byrd, Plaintiff's Attorneys, 59 Wall street. New York City. jelH 2w W&S The above sale Is hereby adjourned to July lo, 1S95, at same hour and place. Dated Brooklyn. July 11. 1S95. jyl2 2tF&M WILLIAM J. BUTTLING. Sheriff. The above sale is hereby further adjourned to July 30. 1S95, at same hour and place. Dated Brooklyn, July 16, 1S95. jyl7 4c W&S WILLIAM J. BUTTLING. Sheriff. The above sale is hereby further adjourned to August 20, 1S95. at same hour and place. Dated Brooklyn, July 30. 1S95. . $y3l 6tW&S W1LLIAM J. BUTTLING. Sheriff. THE CITY COURT OF BROOKLYN' - TITLE Guarantee and Trust Company, plaintiff, against Katharine Lawes and others, defendants In pursuance of a judgment of foreclosure and sale made and entered in the above entitled action, dated the ,0th day of August. 1SD5. I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, bv Thomas A. Kerrigan, auctioneer, at the Salesrooms, No. 0 Willoughby street, In the City of Brooklyn, County of Kings, on the 29th day of August, 1S05. at twelve o'clock noon, the land and premises in said judgment mentioned and therein described as follows: All that certain lot. piece or parcel of iand situate, lying and being in the City of Brooklyn. County of Kings and State of New York, bounded and described as follows, to wit: Beginning at a point on the southeasterly side of El - dert street distant one hundred and seventy - six feet six inches northeasterly from the corner formed by the intersection of the southeasterly side of Eldert street with the northeasterly side of Broadway, running thence southeasterly parallel with Broadway and part of the distance through a party wall one hundred feet to the center line of the block "between Eldert and Covert streets; thence northeasterly along said center line of the block and parallel with Eldprt street seventeen feet; thence northwesterly again parallel with Broadway and part of the distance through a party wall one hundred feet to the southeasterly side of Eldert street, and thence southwesterly along the southeasterly side - of El dert street seventeen feet to the point or place of bginning. Dated Brooklyn, August 7. lS9ii. WILLIAM J. BUTTLING, Sheriff. Edwin Kempton. Plaintiff's Attorney. 2f, Court street. Brooklyn. N. Y. au7 3wW&S CITY COURT OF BROO KLYN JOSEPHINE Creed, an infant by Mary Ennis. her guardian, ad litem, plaintiff, against James Creed and Catharine Creed his wife). Mary Creed. Lizzie Creed. Ann Maxwell and John Maxwell (her husband) Cecelia Sargent (wife of Joseph Sargent) and the said Joseph Sargent, if the said Cecelia and Joseph Sargent be living. If the said Cecelia Sargent and Joseph Sargent be dead, the heirs, legatees and next of kin of said Cecelia Sargent, whose names and addresses are unknown to plaintjff. but who formerly lived in the State of California! defendants. To the above named defendants: You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint in this action and to serve a copy of your answer on the plaintiff's attorneys 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 vou by default for the relief demanded In the complaint. Dated Brooklvn, N. Y.. July .". 1S95. MAGNER & HUGHES. Attorneys for Plaintiff. Office and Post Office address. No. 20 Court street. Brooklyn. N. Y. To tho defendants, Cecelia Sargent (wife of Joseph Sargent) and the said Joseph Sargent, if the .aid Cecelia Sargent and Joseph Sargent be living. If the said Cecelia Snrgent and Joseph Sargent be dead, the heirs, legatees and next of kin of said Cecelia Sargent, whose names and addresses are unknown to plaintiff, but who formerly lived in th State of California: The foregoing summons is served upon you by publication, pursuant to an order of the Hon. Nathaniel H. Clement, one of the judges of the City Court of Brooklvn. dated the ."Oth day of July. 1S9.1. and ft'ed with' the complaint in the office of the Clerk of the City Court of Brooklyn. In the County Court House, in the City of Brooklyn, N. Y., or. said 3lth day of Julv The object of this action is to make partition according to the respective rights of the par - tlws, and If it appear that partition cannot be made without material Injury to the rights and interests of paid owners, then for a sale of the following described property, viz.: All that piece, or parcel of land situate, lying and being in the Seventh Ward of the City of Brooklvn, on th ! northerly side of Clifton place (formerly Van : Buren street). 2W feet westerly from Bedford nw. I nue; thence westerly ahmg Clifton place twenty - five fer - t: thent - e southerly parallel with Bedford avenue 92 feet two inches; thence easterly twenty - five feet; thence northerly 91 feet 11 Inchps to place of beginning, being distinguished by the street number 214 Clifton place. Dated Brooklvn N. Y. Julv 30. 1S95. " ' MAGNER & HUGHES. Attorneys for Plaintiff. Otfice and Post Office address. No. 2i Court street. Brooklyn, N. T. jy31 6w W trculars. Cards. DRINTING - s? can d Tocured aft Blanks, Law Work I Doliy Eogie job Printing DeportBeit asaamwr or vv MDinctn mid Jonufcm tit. . STJHBOGATE'S NOTICES. THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, by the grace of God fre and independent To Stephen N. Stlllwell 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 of the County of Kings, to be held at the Hall of Records, In the City of Brooklyn, on the 11th day of September, 18U3, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, then and there to show cause why a decree should not be made appointing William B. Davenport, public administrator of Kings County, or some person having a prior right, the administrator of the goods, chattels and credits which were of WILLIAM H. STILLvVELL. deceased, and why such other and proper relief aB may be jut should not be granted the petitioner. In testimony whereof, we have caused the seal of our said Surrogate's Court to be hereunto affixed. Witness, Hon. George B. Abbott, Surrogate of our said countv, (L. S.) at the City of Brooklyn, the 21st day of j une, in me year 01 our jjoru one thousand eight hundred and nlnety - flve. JOSEPH W. CARROLL. Jy31 Gw W Clerk of the St rrogate's Court. 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 WILLIAM SIEGER, late of the City of Brooklyn, deceased, that they are required to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscribers, at their place of transacting business, at the office of George EckBteln. their attorney. No. 20 Court street. Brooklyn, on or before the 4th day of February next. Dated July 24. 1895. HARRY A. GUBNER, EDWARD L. GRAEF, Executors, etc. George Eckstein, Attorney for Executors, No. 26 Court street. Brooklyn. jy24 fim W 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 WILLIAM PEET. late of the City of Brooklyn, deceased, that they are required to exhibit the same with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber at the office of Brlstow. Opdyke & Wlllcox, attorneys for the executors, at 20 Nassau street. New Y'ork. N. Y., on or before the 23th day of January next. Dated July 22, 1S35. WILLIAM PEET. Jr., WM. S. OPDYKE, , Executors. Brlstow, Opdyke & Wlllcox. Att'ys for the Executors, 20 Nassau street, New York. N. Y. Jy24 G mo W 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 S. WARREN SNEDEN. late of the Citv f nrlr. lyn. New Y'ork, deceased, that they are required to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscribers, at their place of transacting business, at the otfice of Charles A. Clerk, No. 34 Nassau atreet, in the City of New York, on or before the 17th day of September next. Dated February 27. 1S95. WARREN C. SNEDEN WILLIAM S. LAMBERT. WILLIAM CONKLIN. Executors. Charles A. Clark. Attorney for Executors, 34 Nassau street. New York City. fe27 6m W IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OPTHE Hon. George B. Abbott. Surrogate of the County of Kings, notice ia hereby given, according to law, to all persons having claims aeainst CAROLINE ELMQUIST. late of the City of Brooklyn, deceased, that they are required to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, at his place of transacting the business of said estate, at the office of his attorney David F. Manning, 350 Fulton street, Brooklyn N. Y, on or before the first day of October next. Dated March 20. 1S9J. AXEL J. OSTERGREN, Executor. David F. Manning, Attorney for Executor. 350 Fulton street,Brooklyn.N. Y. mh20 6m W 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 PATRICK - CONDON, late of the City 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 Thos. P. Mulligan. No. 16 Court street, in the City of Brooklyn, N. Y., on cr before the first day of October next. Dated March 27, 1895. JOHN F. T1NGTON, Executor. Thos. P. Mulligan, Atty. for Executor. No. II Court street,Brooklyn. N. Y. mh27 6mW 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 THEODORE MILLER, late of the City of Brooklyn, deceased, that they are required to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, at her placo of transacting business, the ofTlce of her attorneys, Messrs Burr and Coombs, 45 Broadway, Brooklyn, New York, on or before the 8th day of September next. Dated March 5, 1895. ELLEN JANE MILLER, Admx. Burr Sz Coombs, Attys for Admx, 45 Broadway, Brooklyn. mll6 6in w 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 ELLEN DRAIN, late of the City of Brooklyn, in said county, 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 David J. Ramsdcll, his attorney, No. 26 Court street. In th City of Brooklyn, on or before the 30th day of September next. Dated March 27, 1895. WILLIAM L. DRAIN. Administrator. David J. Ramsdell, Att'y for Administrator. mh27 6m W 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 THOMAS McGlNNIS, late of the City of Brooklyn, deceased, that they are required to exhibit the same, with the voucher thereof, to the subscriber, at his place of transacting business at the office ot John C. Judge, No. 375 Fulton street, in the City of Brooklyn. N. Y., on or before the twentieth day of December next. Dated Brooklyn. N. Y - , June 18, 1S95. PETER EDWARD McGlNNIS. Executor. John C. Judge, Attorney for Executor, 375 Fulton street, Brooklyn. N. Y. jel9 6m W 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 DANIEI J SHE EH Y, late of the City of Brooklyn, N. Y deceased, that they are required to exhibit the same with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber at the office of John D. Taylor, hiE attorney No 46 Broadway, in the City of New Y'ork, County and Stae of New York, on or before the 3d day of February next. Dated Brooklyn, Julv 23 1895 JOHN M - KIELY, Executor. John D. Taylor, Att'y, 46 Broadway, N. Y. City jy246 mo V 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 NATHANIEL D. GODFREY, late of the City of Brooklyn, Klnga County, deceased, that they are required to exhibit the same with the vouchers thereof, to th subscriber at his place of transacting bU3lness at the office of Edward S. Fowler, No. 87 Nassau street, in the City of New York, on or before the first day of November next. Dated April 2, 1895 AMOS S. GODFREY, Administrator with the will annexed, Edward S. Fowler, Attorney, S7 Nassau street. New York City. . o3 6m W 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 JOHN ROME, late of he County of Kings, deceased that they are required to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscribers, at their place of transacting business, the office of John D. Snedeker, No. 219 Montague street, Brooklyn New York, on or before the first day of January next. Dated June 4, 1S95. GEORGE ROME, WILLIAM J. GELSTON. Executors. John D. Snedeker, Att'y for Ex'rs.. No 215 Montague street, Brooklyn. N. Y. je5 GmW 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 periions having claims against JANE BARBER, late of the City 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 William H. E. Jay, No. 104 Montague street, in the City of Brooklyn, on or before the 10th day of September next. Dated March 5. 1SD5. JAMES BARBER. Executor. Wm. H. E. Jay. Atty for Executor. 204 Montague street. Brooklyn. N. T. mh6 6m W 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 HENRY" H. SNOW, late of the City of Brooklyn, deceased, that they are required to exhibit the same, with tho vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, at his place of business, No. 38 Fulton street. In the City of New Y'ork, on or before the eighth dav of January next. Dated Julv 3. 1S95. FREDERICK M. SNOW, Executor Alexander Cameron, Attorney for Executor 0 Wallst. N. Y. Jy3 6m W 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 porsons having claims against FRANCES POWELL, late of the City of Brooklyn, Kings County, New Y'ork, deceased, that they are required to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, at her place of transacting business, the office of Fred. Ingraham Number 192 Broadway, in the City of New York' on or before the first day of January next Dated June IS. 1893. jel9 6mW MARY E. WOOD, Executrix. 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 GARETTA W. CASE, late of the City of Brooklyn, deceased that they are required to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber at No "99 Adolphl street, in the City of Brooklyn, on or before the 2Sth day of December next Dated June 38, 1S0S. je2o GmW JAMES W.MOXK. Executor, etc 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 NATH - YNIEL FROTHINGHAM. late of the City of Brooklvn. deceased, that they are required to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to th khi. - t - iv,. ers at their ofiice. 4 Broad street, in New Y'ork City, on or before the eighth day of November oei.i. uaieu prn 60, ls.'a. BENJAMIN T. FROTHINGHAM JOHN S. FROTHINGHAM. ml 6m W Executors. IX PUKSL'AXCE OF AK ORDEK OP THE Hun. George Ii. Abbott, Surrogate of the County 1 m xviiia. nunce is nereoy given, accoruing to law to all jjersoiis having claims against HARRIET S. TI LDEN. late of Lho City of Brooklyn. N Y deceased, that they are required to exhibit the sam with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber .. i.io jei Rfifj jiui - l', i uokij ii, . i .. on or before the Ctli day of November next. Dated Mav 1 1M5. JOHN P. TILDEN. Administrator A. C.SHENSTONE, Att'y for Adra., ill Bruad - ."".'" : 1111 mw IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF THE ' Hon. George ti - Abbott. Surrogate of the County of King", notice is hereby given, according to I law, to all persons having claims airainst AT - FRED COXSTANTIUS HOLM, lute of the City ; of Lirnoklyn. County of Kings, deceased, thut they ! arc - required to exhibit the same, with the vouch - ! era thereof, to the subscriber, at his place of ' uifMiiifPsi. tn. nit - nii'ce ot mwii ixentiich. attorneys. No. Z&0 Fulton street, Brooklyn. N. Y., on or neforo the first day - of February next Dated July 26th, 1S93. FRED G. SACKEN, Jr.. Executor. Klein & Rendlch. Attorneys for Executor, No. SS9 Fulton street, Brooklyn, 2sT. T. Jy3i Cm V. I SURROGATE'S NOTICES. IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF THE Hon. George B. Abbott. Surrogate of the County Oi Kings, notice is hereby given, according to law, to all persons having claims against ADAM LAMB, late of the City of Brooklyn, deceased, that they ore required to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof to the subscriber, at his place of transacting business. No. 396 Hamilton avenue, in the City of Brooklyn, on or before the 21st day of February next. Dated August 13, 1S95. BERNARD J. FEELY, Executor. Samuel N. Garrison, Attorney for Executor, 49 Court street, Brooklyn. aul4 6m V 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 persona having claims against STANIFORTH J. MOLINEUX, late of the City of Brooklyn, deceased, that they are required to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, at 58 William street. New Y'ork. New Y'ork, on or before the first day of October next. Dated Brooklyn, New York, March G. 1895 CHAS. P. MOLINEUX. Administrator. mh27 Cm W IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDEEt OF THE Hqri. George B. Abbott, Surrogate of the County of King;,, notice is hereby given, according to law to all persons having claims against JOHN HAUPTMANN, ' late of the City of Brooklyn, deceased, that they ore required to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, at the office of George H. Pettlt, No. 68 Nassau street, in the City of New Y'ork, his place of transacting business, on or before the twentieth day of December. 1S95, next. Dated June o, 1895. JACOB HAUPTMANN, Administrator. George H. Pettlt, Attorney for Administrator, No. 63 Nassau street. New York City. ja5 GmW COKPOKATIOiJ; NOTICES, DEPARTMENT OF CITY WORKS. COMMIS - sioners Office. Room 15, Municipal Building. Brooklyn, August S, 1S95 Public notice is hereby given that the assessment for the cost and expense of constructing sewers in map S, District j. sub - division No. 6. has been completed by the Commissioner of City Works of the City of Brooklyn and assessed upon the district within the following boundaries, to wit: Beginning at the southwesterly corner of Fulton street and v an Sicklen avenue; running thence westerly along the southerly aide of Fulton street 25 feet; thence southerly parallel with Van Sicklen avenue 20o feet; thence westerly parallel with I - ulton street 75 feet; thence southerly parallel with an Sicklen avenue 300 feet: thence westerly to a point on the easterly side of Miller avenue 10S 9 - 12 feet northerly from Atlantic ai"enf,; thence southerly along the easterly side or Miner avenue to the northeasterly corner of Miller and Atlantic avenues; thence easterly along the northerly side of Atlantic avenue to the easterly boundary line of lot 25, block 313. on said - map being a point 25 3 - 12 feet more or less westerly from Ashford street; thenee northerly parallel with Ashford street 101 1 - 12 feet - .wce westerly along a line at right angles with Ashford street 75 feet more or less; thence southerly parallel with Ashford street 25 feef thence westerly to a point on the easterly side of ' Warwick street 99 2 - 12 feet northerly from Atlantic avenue; thence westerly to a point on the westerly side of Warwick street 106 S - 12 feet northerly from Atlantic avenue; thence westerly along a line at right angles with Warwick street . feet; thence northerly parallel with Warwick ff1 , fect: thencc westerly at right angles with Jerome street to a point 95 feet westerly rrom Jerome street; thence southerly parallel with Jerome street 25 feet: thence westerly at right angles with, Barbey street to a point on the easterly side of Barbey treet 278 1U - 12 feet northerly from Atlantic avenue; thence wester - " ; 0V1 - ' v "Lciiy siue 01 jaroey ,.,eet..2Sl '12 feet xnore or less northerly from Atlantic nvoniifi - v. . . . ,, B?''be" stre 95 feet; thence northerly parallel with Barbey street 75 feet: thence westerly in aS i . . "S"i ttiisieu wnn ocnencK Btreet .it) 44 - 12 feet: thence northwesterly 22 4G - 100 feet CrC; . urara westerly aiong a line at right ansles with Schenck street 24 6 - 12 feef inence nortnwesterly to a point on the " r uiLuii street zi leet easterly Th , tlenck s'reet ; thence westerly alone the oiuc i - uiluii street to a point 25 feet westerly from Schenck street: thence south - k""w wilii otiiencK street iw reet: thence westerly parallel with Fulton street 150 feef - iL - r . . 1"l'",lcl nenunx street 10O feet to a point on the southerly side of Fulton street 25 feet easterly from Hendrlx street; r """"J imig iue Buutneny sioe or Fulton street to a point 25 feet westerly from Hen - uKutc suutneny parallel with Hen - dr,'u tr,eet 100 'eet; thence westerly parallel Wn i "'i00 street 75 feet; thence northerly par - i A '" Hctiuu Kireet to tne southerly side or Fulton street; thence westerly along the south - of beElnnlnV. P'm r PlaCe Anotner portion of the said district of assessment is included within the following bound - aIie5.: BeSlnnlngr at a point on the easterly side of Cleveland street 96 10 - 12 feet northerly from Atlantic avenue; running thence easterly at right angles with Cleveland street 100 feet; thence northerly parallel with Cleveland street 125 feef thence westerly along a line at right angles with Cleveland street 100 feet to the easterly side of Cleveland street; thence westerly to a point on the westerly side of Cleveland street 231 10 - 1" feet northerly from Atlantic avenue; thenci" westerly at right angles with Cleveland street 100 feet; thence southerly parallel with Cleveland street 125 feet: thence, easterly ion feet to a point on the westerly side of Cleveland street 100 10 - 12 feet northerly from Atlantic avenue; thence easterly to the easterly side of Cleveland street to the point or place of beginning, which includes all the lots, pieces and parcels of land shown on map of district of assessment contained In assessment book, entitled "Assessment district for sewers in map s. District 38, sub - division Wo 6." The said Commissioner will be at his office" Room 15, Municipal Building:, on the 22d day of August. 1S95. at 11 o'clock In the forenoon, to hear objections to said assessment and to correct and revise the same if necessary. The assessment may In the meantime be examined at said office by all parties interested. ALFRED T. WHITE, Commissioner of City Works. Attest: R. M. "Whiting, Secretary. au8 12t DEPARTMENT OF COLLECTION." ROOMS T 4. 6, 8 and 10 Municipal Building, Brooklyn, August 13. 1895 Notice is hereby given that the assessment rolls In the following entitled matters have been completed and the warrants for the collection of the various assessments mentioned therein have this day been delivered to the Collector of Taxes and Assessments, and all persons liable to pay such assessments are required to pay the same without delay at this office, under the penalty of the law: Grading and paving Manhattan avenue, from its intersection with Driggs avenue (formerly Van Cott avenue), to the Intersection of Newton and Ewen streets, and also Ewen street, from Newton street to Meeker avenue. EXTRACTS FROM THE LAW. Chapter 5S3. Laws of 1888. Title 7. Section 10 and Title 19. Section 9. Amended by Chapter 599 Laws of 1892. On all taxes and on allfcssessments for opening streets, flagging or reflafging sidewalks, fencing vacant lots, or digging down vacant lots, or the sewering of any street or avenue, which shall hereafter be paid to the collector, before the expiration of on month from the time the same sha'l become due and payable, an allowance shall be made to the person or persons making such pav - ments at the rate of seven and three - tenths p'er centum per annum, for the unexpired portion .j0?. assessments and water rates paid after the expiration of one month from the time the same shall have become due and pav - able. there shall be added to and collected as part of every such tax. assessment or water rate ln - "Ifi J?C the ot nlne Per cent, per annum, computed from tne llme became due and payable, to the date of said pavmnt wt R" R0SS APPLETON. aul4 00t Colllector of Tnjtes nnrt DEPARTMENT OF CITY WORKS COMMIS - sioner s Office. Room No. 15. Municipal Buiwmf Brooklyn. August 13, 1895, - Notlce to Contractors: healed proposals will be received bv the Commls - h!nenmi Tlty 0r of the Cltr 0"f Brooklyn at Jr 0 Sld. cJty - uml 12 o'clock, noon, of Tuesday, the 10th day of September. 1S9:.. for the entire work comprised under Section 1 of the Additional Pipe Conduit, consisting of hauling and ajing the pipe for the double line of fortv - elght inch delivery pipe between the gate chamber at fepring Creek and the new pumping station at East New lork. and the furnishing of labor and materials for and the building of a gate chamber superstructure and culvert - at Spring Creek, and making the connection with the old conduit at the new Ridgewood pumping station, as detailed in the specifications prepared therefor. Bids must be accompanied by a certified check upon a Notional or State bank in the City of Brooklyn, or In the City of New York, drawn to the order of the Commissioner of City Works ot the City of Brooklyn, for the amount of fifteen hundred (SI. 500) dollars. Bidders must furnish securitv for the faithful performance of the work In the sum ot flrteen thousand (515.000) dollars, to the satisfaction of the Commissioner. The entire work is to be completed within eight months from the date of notice to the contractor to begin work. The form of contract and specifications may be had at this office, and bidders are particularly requested to use the blank forms which will bo furnished for making the proposals. The. Commissioner of Cltv Works expressly reserves to himself, with the approval of the mayor, the right to use his own discretion and Judgment in accepting or rejecting any bid. or in the rejection of all bids. Plans may be seen and any required Information obtained at this office or at the office of the engineer of water supply. ALFRED T. WHITE. Commissioner of Cltv Works Attest: R. M. Whiting. Secretary. " aau int DEPARTMENT OF CITY "WORKS. ROOM 15 Municipal Department Building. Brooklyn, July 31 1892 Notice of change of plan of servers in mai i' Drainage District No. 21 Notice Is hereby given that the Commissioner of City Works has, as by law - provided, prepared a plan altering and changing the dimensions of certain sewers - lellneated upon the original drainage plans of "Map I. Drainage District No. 21' to the dimensions delineated on a map on flic in this department, entitled "Map I Dist. 21, Change of Plan." Section 1 and Section 2. which change of plan comprises the drainage in the following streets and avenue: In Quay street, between the East river and West street, changed from a GO inch to a 66 inch Bewer. In West street, between Quay and North Fifteenth streets, changed from a CO Inch to a GG inch sewer. In Nort'.i Fifteenth street, between West and Franklin streets, changed from a GO inch to a CO inch sewer. In North Fifteenth street, between Driggs and Van Pelt avenues, changed from a 24 Inch to a 26 Inch sewer. In Van Pelt avenue, between North Fiftenth and Leonard streets, changed from a 24 Inch'to a 86 Inch sewer. The Commissioner of City Works will be at his office. Room IS. Municipal Building. Brooklyn on the 23d day of August. lSf - 3, at 11 o'clock tn the forenoon to hear the views, UKgestions and ob - JectJons of the parties Interested in the drainage of the district aforesaid and of the citv. ALFRED T - WHITE, Commissioner nf Citv Works Attost: R. M. Whltlnpr. Secretary. jy3i 20t NOTICE IN THE MATTER OF THE OPEN - Ing of Ulake avenue, from Rockawav avenue "to Bristol stref - t. in the City of Brooklyn To all whom it may concern: The report of the Commissioners of Estimate Jn the above matter has been completed and Hied in the office of the Clerk of the County of Kings, where It Is open for the inspection of all persons interested. Application will oe made in the above matter to the Supreme Court of the State of New York, at a Special terra thereof, held in the County Court House in the City of Brooklyn, on Monday, the 2Gth day of August, 1895. at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, or as soon thereafter aa counsel can be heard to have - said report confirmed. Dated Jlrooklvn August 10. 1S&5. ALBERT G. McDONALD. Attorney and Counsel to the City ot Brooklyn. U12 lOt ! CORPORATION NOTICES. DEPARTMENT OF COLLECTION. ROOMS X, 4. 6, 8 and 10. Municipal Bulldine. Brooklyn, July 11, 189! Notice Is hereby given that the assessment rolls in the following entitled matters have been completed, and the warrants for the collection of the various assessments mentioned therein, have this day been delivered to the Col - lector of Taxes and Assessments, and all persona liable to pay such assessments are required to nay the same without delay at this otfice. under the penalty of the law. Repaving Clark street, from Fulton street to Columbia heights. Grading and repaying Clifton place, from a point loO feet east of St. James place to Grand avenue. l.egradlng and repaying Walton street, from Broadway to Wallabout street. Grading and paving Essex street, from Arlington avenue to Atlantic avenue. . EXTRACTS FROM THE LAW. Chapter 5S3, Laws of 18SS. Title 7, Section 10 and Title 19, Section. 9, as amended by Chapter 59S Laws of 1S92. On all taxes and on all assessments for opening streets, nagging or rellagglng sidewalks, fenclna vacant lots, digging down vacant lots, or the sewering of any street or avenue, which shall hereafter be paid to the Collector, before the expiration of one month from the time the same shall become due and payable, an allowance shall b made to the person or persons making such payments at the rate of seven and three - tenths pr centum per annum, for th unexpired portion thereof. On all taxes, assessments and water rate paid after the expiration of one month from th time the same shall, have become due and payable, there shall be added to and collected as part of every such tax, assessment or water rate, interest at the rate, of nine per centum per annum, to De computed from the time the same becama due and payable, to the date of said payment. R. ROSS APPLETON. Jyll 30tCollector ofTaxes and Assessments. DEPARTMENT OF COLLECTION. ROOMS X t. 6, S and 10 Municipal Building, Brooklyn, July 29, 1S9:; Notice is hereby given that the assessment rolls In the following entitled matters have been completed, and the warrants for the collection of the various assessments mentioned therein, have this day been delivered to the Collector of Taxes and Assessments, and all persons liable to pay such assessments are required to pay the same without delay at his office, under the penalty of the law. Opening Gardiner avenue, . from Meeker avenua to Maspeth avenue. Grading and paving Butler street, from New York avenue to Brooklyn avenue. Grading and paving Cleveland street, from Arlington avenue to Atlantic avenue. ' Grading and paving Russell street, from Meeker avenue to Driggs avenue. EXTRACTS FROM THE LAW. Chapter 5S3, Laws of 188S. Title 7, Section 10 anal Title 19, Section 9. As amended by Chapter 599, Laws of 1S92. On all taxes and on all assessments for opening streets, nagging or reflagglng sidewalks, fencing vacant lots, or digging down vacant lots, the sewering of any street or avenue, which sh&il hereafter be paid to the Collector, before the expiration of one month from the time the same shall become due and payable, an allowance shall be made to the person or persons making such payments at the rate of seven and three - tenths per centum per annum, for the unexpired portion thereof. On all taxes, assessments and water rates paid after the expiration of one month from the time the same shall have become due and payable, there shall.be added to and collected as part of every such tax, assessment or water rate, interest at the rate of nine per cent, per annum, to be computed from the time the same becama due and payable, to the date of said payment R. ROSS APPLETON. jy30 30t Collector of Taxes and Assessments. DEPARTMENT OF CITY WORKS. COMMI3 - sloner's Office. Room 15. Municipal Building. Brooklyn, August 12. 1895 Public notice is hereby given that the assessment for the cost and expense of constructing a sewer in Franklin street, between Eagle and Dupont streets, Map Q, Districts 32 and 36, has been completed by the Commissioner of City Works of the City of Brooklyn and assessed upon the district within the following boundaries, to wit: Beginning at tha southwesterly corner of Eagle and Franklin streets, running thence westerly along the southerly side of Eagle street 95 feet; thence southerly parallel with Franklin street 175 feet; thence easterly parallel with Dupont street to a point 44 feet easterly from the easterly side of Franklin street: thence northeasterly 18 5i - 12 feef thence northwesterly 91 2 - 12 feet; thence westerly parallel with Eagle street 40 feet to a point on the easterly side of Franklin street 71 feet southerly from Eagle street; thence northwesterly to the southeasterly corner of Franklin and Eagle streets, the point or place ot beginning, which includes all the lots, pieces and parcels of land shown on map of district of assessment contained in assessment book entitled "Map Q, Districts 32 and 36. Assessment District for Sewer In Franklin street, between Eagle and Dupont streets." The said Commissioner will be at his office. Room 15, Municipal Building, on the 26th day of August, 1S95. at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to hear objections to said assessment and to correct and revise the same if necessary. The assessment may in the meantime be examined at said office by all parties Interested. ALFRED T. WHITE, Commissioner of City Works. Attest: R. M. Whiting. Secretary. aul2 12t DEPARTMENT OF CITY WORKS, COlIMIsl sloner's Office, Room 15, Municipal Department Building. Brooklyn, August 5, 1895 Notice of change of plan of sewers In Map O, Drainage District No 37 Notice is hereby given that the Commissioner of City Works has. as by law provided, prepared a plan altering., and changing the direction of flow of certain sewers upon the original drainage plans of Map O, Drainage District No. 37, to the direction of flow delineated upon a map on file in this department entitled "Map I Change of Plan in Division, Amos and Bennett streets, between Klngsland and Debevolse avenues." In Division street, between Klngsland and Debevolse avenues, changed by altering the direction of How of aaid sewer so as to enter the Klngsland avenue sewer Instead of the Debevolse avenue sewer. In Amos atreet, between Klngsland and Debevolse avenues, changed by altering the direct - on of Mow of said sewer so as to - enter the Klngsland avenue sewer instead of the Debevolse avenue sewer. In Bennett street, between Klngsland and Debevolse avenues, changed by altering the direction of flow of said sewer so as - to enter the Klngsland avenue sewer Instead of the Debevolse avenue sewer. The Commissioner of City Works will be at his office, Room 15. Municipal Building, Brooklyn, on the 29th day of August, 1S95.. at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to hear the views, suggestions and objections of the parties Interested in tbv drainage of the district aforesaid and of the city. - ALFRED T. WHITE. Commissioner - of City Work Attest: R. M. Whiting Secretary. a,u5 at NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Common Council of the City of Brooklyn has declared, by resolution. Its intention to REPAVB State street, from Clinton street to Flatbuflh avenue, with asphalt pavement, pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 1,008. Laws of 1S95, and has by resolution fixed the district of assessment for suca improvement on tho lots lying on and along the lines on each side of the said State street, betweea the points above specified. Also, to REPAVE Decatur street, from Patchen avenue to Howard avenue, with asphalt pavement, pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 1.00S Laws ot 1S95. and has by resolution fixed the district of assessment for such improvement on the lots lying on and along the lines on each side or the said Decatur street, between the points above specified, and that the said Common Council will proceed under the said resolutions at a meeting thereof to be held on the 9th day of September, 1895, or as soon thereafter as the public business will allow. Remonstrances (If any) against tha said Improvement must be filed with the Clerk of the Common Council (or otherwise presented to the Common Council) on or before the said day. Dated Brooklyn, August 9, 1895. ALFRED T. WHITE, Commissioner of City Works. Attest: R. M. Whltlng.Secretary. au9 lit DEPARTMENT OF COLLECTION. ROOMS 2. 4. 0. 8 and lo, Municipal Building, Brooklyn, July - 20 IS95 Notice is hereby gtvuu tliat the assessment rolls In the following entitled matter have been completed, and the warrants tor th& collection of the various assessments mentioned, therein have this day been delivered to the Collector of Taxes and Assessments, and all persons liable' to pay such assessments are required to pay the same without delay at his ofclce, under tha penalty of the law. Grading and paving Park place, from Kingston avenue to Albany avenue. Grading and paving Snedeker avenue, from Liberty avenue t Duuionr. avenue. EXTRACTS FROM THE LAW. Chapter 583. I.iiws of 1SSS. Title 7, Section 10 and Title 19, Section 9. as amended by Chapter 699. Laws of lfJP2. On all taxes and on a', assessments for opening' streets, flagging or reflating sidewalks fencing; vacant lots, digging down vacant lots, or tha sewering of any street or avenue, whloh shall hereafter be paid to the Collector before the expiration of one month from the time the sama shall become due and payable, an allowance shall be made to .he person or persons making such payments at the rate of seven and three - tenth3 per centum per annum, for the unexpired portion thereof. On all taxes, assessments and water rates paid after the expiration of one month from the time the same shall have become due and payable. ;here shall be added to tnd collected as part of every such tax. assessment or water rate interest at the rate of nine per centum per annum, to be computed from the time the same bo. came due and payable, to the date of said payment. D. ROSS APPLETON jv20 ZOt Collector of JTaxes and Ass'ts NOTICE IN THE MATTER OFHEIpPLl3 cation of the Common Council . of the City of Urooklyn. in relation to opening Irving avenue from Palmetto street to the city line, in the Citv cf Brooklyn To all whom it may concerr : Tha report of the Board of Assessor. - In the above entitled matter has been completed and filed In tha ofiice of the Department of city Works of the City of Brooklyn, in the Municipal Dei.urtmt. - nt Building of said city, where it is open :"cr the Inspec AUfiiisi. lo.'. - . .u iu .i i - h.liv m tne iui'enoon or t.rlt (lav. or as aoon thereafter as counsel mm e h.'ard to have said report confirmed. Da Auirust 2 1S!'3. ALBEKT G. McDOXALl). Attorney and Coun.sel to the City of RrooHIyn au2 l"t "NOTICE IX THE MATTER OF THE OPEmI It.k 01 Thomas street, from Y. - irk avenue "to Nen - town Creek, in the City of Brooklvn To all whom it may concern: The report of the Commis sioners ni jst:inate m tne atve matter has been completed nd tiled in the office of the Clerk ot the County of Klnss. where it is open for the in - spetinn of all persons interes'.e - l. p - !:c - uion will be made in the above matter to the s iiireme Court of the State of New York, j.t a Si - vial term thereof, held in the County Court House In the City of llroou.yn. oil Mo. - - .dav, ;hL. . - , ,. 0l Autrust. lsS'i. at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of' fiat uoj - . tir as soon tiiereafter as counsel can be "lea'rd to have said report conflrmed. - Dated Brooklyn - Aust - lst l' ALBERT G. McDONALD, Attorney and Counsel to the City of Brooklyn. " ASSESSOR'S NOTICE THK KOAnn OF - AT" sessors of the City of Urooklyn hereby Kive publio notice that they have finally complete, the Assessment rolls for the year ism. of the real and personal proierly m the several wards of th. ,!! city, that they have delivered the s,l roils toha Board of Supervisors of Kln,;s Coumv on t" thirtieth day of July. aS!C. anrlhat th" said roliS wlllbe open to public lnfpection In charm Tof Said Board of Supervisors for fifteen days In the ofllrB or the clerk of the Board of Sunok - isSri la Ihl Court House of said county. Dated Rrnoki? July 31. lS9r. WILLIAM HARKNRpR . President of the Department of Aaaeaamart Charles W. Cheshire. Action SeoratirySriiic tion i - c..i - - - . - iJULiition win bo made, on be naif of the said Coium. - it Council to the Supreme Court of the - Sta'e'nf Now York at a special term thereof, to be held in and for 'the County of Kings, in the County Court House in th Citv of Brooklyn, on Mondav. i - c inn. a - . I ilia iif &t.L.

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