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KING HENRY OF NAVARRE.
HIS BIOGRAPHY AS A NATIONAL HERO.
HENRY OF NAVARRE AND THE HUGUENOTS
IN FRANCE. By 1'. F. Willert. M. A. Pp. v.,
Alt. O. P. Putnam's Sons.
That was a splendid historic drama in which
Henry of Bourbon, King of Navarre, was the
foremost figure. While France formed, so to
speak, the centre of the scene, Spain, England,
and the Low Countries were In view throughout
almost the whole of his reign. From Spain came
most of the energy with which he had to con?
tend; from the Low Countries came the support
that he needed; -om Elizabeth of England came
aid?but more frequently advice. The conflict
was fought out on the fields of France, smiling
once, but during this long struggle beaten by the
tread of armies Into a barren desert. The scene
was filled with a ragged, starving mob of
peasantry, among whom the bodies of armed
men moved with iron indifference, with cities
enduring the horrors of slee**, with misery In
every shape. The country was the assembling
place of mercenary troops from Switzerland and
from Germany, of Spanish veterans from the
Low Countries and of native soldiers. The na?
tion was exhausted, the population reduced to
the last degree of wretchedness. It was from
this condition that Henry of Navarre raised
France.
Aside from the problems brought out by the
Reformation, with which Mr. Willert begins,
the time was, as he shows here and there, one
of evolution from feudal customs. The great
provincial rulers still remembered the days
when traelr ancestors could defy the royal
power, and even In Henry's own reign they not
only plotted to Increase their authority, but
even went so far as to speak through a foolish
mouthpiece the wishes which they would have
liked to convert into demands. Thus when the
war with Spain In 15% seemed to be going
against the King. "The Duke of Montpensler, a
personage less ill-meaning than foolish, was put
forward to suggest as an excellent plan for
keeping an army on foot that the King should
grant the hereditary possession of their offices
to all governors, whether of provinces or town,
on condition that they should constantly keep
a certain number of men under arms for his
service. Henry asked his courin whether he
had taken leave of his senses, but thi_ brilliant
suggestion was a straw which showed clearly
enough from what quarter the wind was blow?
ing." Sieges were delayed, battles were drawn,
wars were prolonged simply because the race
of these old feudal lords had not unlearned the
privileges of the past. Henry was just the man
to give a fatal blow to this tendency of the old
aristocracy. Though France was slow on the
whole to learn his character, yet as fast as the
people became acquainted with this restless,
? Jovial, good-humorel monarch, so frank and
free with high and low, so chivalrous in battle,
so kindly In peace, they Instantly loved him. He
was the embodiment of much that was most ad?
mirable in the French character. Wherever he
came face to face with his fellow countrymen,
whether friends or foes, he felt that they under?
stood him.
Possibly lt was this frankness which seem?
ingly, but not actually, took the world into con?
fidence, that carried off so well what few other
kings could have succeeded in; namely, the
change from the Huguenot religion, in which
as King of Navarre he had grown up, to the
Catholic Church, favored by the vast majority
of his subjects. For the people of France felt
the motive of the monarch In "receiving In?
struction," as the cant of the day ran. They
saw that he had yielded for the sake of peace,
and they saw, too. that he had yielded in such
a way as to make the whole world conscious of
his real convictions. Mr. Willert points out
that later events, such as took place, for ex?
ample. In the reign of Louis XIV, prove Henry's
complaisance to the old Church a mistake. But
lt must be remembered that Henry could not
foresee the characteristics of his descendants,
nor could he have imagined that the France
which he found ready to fall to pieces In the
feudal fashion should be so welded together
in two generations as to make a reign like that
of Louis XIV possible. Though he knew that
in his own case the assassin was constantly
lying in walt for him, yet he must surely have
felt that the lessons of those wars which he
brought to an end, and of the peace and tolera?
tion which he and his most trusted advisers
preserved for twelve years, would have been
long remembered by France. He must have
hoped against hope, perhaps, that the sangui?
nary quarrels of Catholic and Huguenot had be?
come wearisome to both.
It took but a little tim* for Sully as manager
of the finances under Henry to show how quickly
France could recover from the misery and desti?
tution of war. He even proved at the siege of
Amiens In 1397 that a capable financier could
make an army profitable to the people who had
it to feed?an achievement accomplished then
probably for the first time in the history of
Europe. After the Spanish war, which was
really only a tag to the long civil strife by which
Henry had forced his way to the throne, peace
gave Sully the opportunity that he required. He
was as sullen as his master was smiling and
jovial; but between them they managed to
squeeze the dishonest farmers of the taxes as in
a vice and to make the burden of the revenues
less unequal and yet more productive than they
had been. Sully "treats all alike." wrote Casau
bon. "worthy or unworthy, good and bad, de
c-rving and undeserving, great and small; he
receives, or rather scorns all, with the same
scowling face." He introduced order Into the
same public accounts, he provided good roads
and he roused an agriculture which war had
seemingly put to death. In all these things he
had Henry'3 approval. The King himself, ad?
miring the economy of his minister, was stricken
with remorse at his own spendthrift ways. Yet
he saw further Into the future than Sully. The
latter, with all the unreason of a modern free
trader, thought that France must always be ag?
ricultural and must buy her manufactures from
other countries. But Henry was determined to
encourage the trades and soon had the satisfac?
tion of seeing the silks of Lyons and Tours, the
cloth of gold of Paris, the tapestry of Gobelins,
in successful competition with the products of
Italy and Flanders. He overruled the prejudice
of hts financial minister against maritime enter?
prise and shortly the ambassador of Venice de
serlbed Marseilles as the rival of his own city.
He gained advantages for his country In the
commerce of the Mediterranean. He forced
England and Spain to yield equality in trade.
Of the private life of Henry IV much could be
said in dispraise, but his career as king showed
that few men of royal rank were better con?
vinced that the good of the people was their
good. The present biography belongs to the
"Heroes of the Nations Series," and is orna?
mented with numerous Illustrations.
NO OXF. INJURED IN mi: SMASH.
A I1VK-STORY STORAOK HOI'S.: BAUM IN AND
SC AR HS A NUMBKR OF l'*'OI*LI'.
Several families had a narrow escape from death
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buildings Nos. 75 and 77 Klng-at. suddenly fell In
ruins, borne down by the weight of waste paper
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Soon after midnight on Monday night there waa
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sidewalk, and one partition wall was drageed
down, exposing the interiors of rooms In the ten.-,
ment house No. 7? Klng-st. The inmates of the
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lowed by other occupants of the hoifse and of the
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be iBkeo out
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pj i li east HTii-.i', ni;\v-you;c.
Brooklyn.
niiE nr.no.:r,vN ur.lGHTs si.minaky. hoom.
I lng and Dar Srbeel for (.irl* ij.< rear "(.ens S.plt-iii
cr _?. UB.-40 Moi.-u::iie.s;., BraeSljrs. N. v.
For Boya an.l Youn-: MeR?CeRBtiy,
|OKDI..Nlon.N IR, J. Mil.UAH* I.Nsu | flK,
> P.l.V. I. Il LANDOR, PRIM ipaL.
CAPP. I. H. LAR DO*', I O.I MA mian r.
JtLMWOOB KHOOL KOll BOYS, at Milford. Conn?
a Parent- who axe uiilottur.tto In the nnuraeeiBeiil of
alf son* win do weil to | r-.tit i.v the alvaatafea ...le-i-d
, my school, the ai hool I- In s -ssion darin. Um entir*
ur. THANK M. HOWE Supt.
Jl lill.IH.I.Ii IXKT1TI ll. I- -'ni nj, jots ye,.-.
I;.,vs' RnS-ilSf S.hr-ol. Priliiiny. CollaJM Pr. pa:ai.r>.
ealeras (our*.-. BaertBaae Typeirtiiliia, raieaiauii]
1AKE rOURRELf A Ml'CHANKAE BXOIMKRR
er dwiiKiiUn.ui. or snail fy t,, uke charge ol uiachin.rv
? lin- meilKsl of DOME Hil; UV of Un L'orre?p.Sidrlli*i
hool of M.'haili.*. Beran lou, pa. To beam >tudeau
i-A only kno? lion- f> r.-ad and write. Mod. ni*- chark.?
ind for free clnnlar. _
J EWTON (N. J.) IX**TITTTi:-Mnmr life ant rare;
1 ei erv room ond hail steam heat. -I ; 2 ri nins-lum- ; bowl.
g, ball, tennis .-<iu< stria* dept. J. Wlls-n. A. M.. l'rln
"*HE PRCRBRILL MILITARY At; Ali I.M V
OOin y-ar. "mri Int lllustratrd catuiogae.
JOHN N. TIEDEN. A. M., M. D.. Principal.
For Younis Ladli**-?Country.
1 KS. t MISS CADY'.S BOAHDI.M! AND DAY
1 SCHOOL KOll VOU.Mj I.aDIF-S
SO HILEHOl SHAVE.. NEW.HAVEN. CT.
1 (H1KIS INIWN .NI.W..II.KM.V. - MISS DAXA'B
BOA KDI NU MTIOOI. lae (inls. Collen pniwis
m ; i. silent, native. Iieiicli and derma t-ah. rs ; ?pe<l.il
ui se* lu music and arl. VsnBB, *7U).
Tor Doth Scxee-Countrr.
1 LENWOOD IXRIITJ "l I.. M.itiH.m nj. Hoarding
I and Hay School 11. .Ul s.-ve., ; f?|| (.?i,rv.: u,t, ||,.,?|,,
nguages. Kor li.-allli and thuiouirli in.tin lion i.l.-n
.od l? not excelled. N.-wly raralahaS. Winier term Do-. A.
(Traci) era.
MEHK AN AND IOKE1HN TEACMRRR' AOENCV
L?iip|.lies Prof' -*or- le.itb.-rs inloi., ('oioiaOMHis.
:., ui (.oll.-g-'s, S.IO..I* and Kaniilies. App.i t.
Mim. m. J- vi*, ni.h i-io.N, 2* UrnSTBqaers.
liENCV MPInn. C.yrie'e supplies tot_rV,~Prof??sorsT
-teacher*, Bov.rne?-.s. cu., in all dapur; m ommendi
?ools to pare-H*.. l'>" .'.th-av-*.. Ho.n B'tUlng. coi. -inn-sl.
. YALE (IKADUATE. axperlenrad tutor, ni,he* private
K pupils. KltUna for collete a si.e?l4ity. MlBhesi raftf*
tea. Addxest YALE. Box 40. tribune OUca.
Dancing ^catemitB._
VEEXANDI-t; MA t; K.l.(JOE'S Mendelssohn Asaombly
loom*. Um Weal -Stn-*'- Pnvat?- l"**oii. mri cl.is*o*
lu dan,ans. nie mon's cl_*s will -.'gin Eve? Dec. Otu,
lor wiiicli preiious iippiliruiloii inu-t bu made.
F-.BRANDO'S ACADEMY. IO- E. .V.th-st.-_-RI(__
iii.DL'CKD ?(laaeea noiv formlnt. Private Mesas any
hour. BL Walu and ull UaBleaabla dane*** taught rapidly.
C. ll E. \VAl.rKH. lat. Iv letnrued from Eurone.
t Classes mi.1 Private I.e.*. In Society Dances dally.
42U Co|iiint.u*-ove.. r*Otii mid Slst st*. _
TU_OKU_ BOBWORTB.
. No. (?.Ht Elflh-ave.
Class and private leeann*. Men's .lava commence* Mon?
day Dee. 4th. (New. Tn-.'do landers._
i-j-m. pitt riverr and martin p- rivers.
27 West 42_-*t.
rirrulars on application.
tinilroaos.
Pennsylvania
RAILROAD.
STATION'S, foot of Di-isltrnaaea und Cortland!
Blreete.
lu Meet No-ember Ililli, 1 S'l.J.
fhOO A. M. .A-T I,I.M..-Parlor I ir lo Pittsburg-.
10:00 A. Tl. Il NW**-. 1.VAM A HIM ITED.?Pullman
l....v\111_r aol Mut.- tlootn, Bia pine, I).liing, smoking.
sud oi'?.'i tat on i ar*. Aiilv.* i blcafo ll a. ??. I leve<
I i al 3:23 a. m., ( ii.ciiii.all J l.i a. m., niel Indianapolis
BtBB T.nX, CtUCAtiO and ST. lopes EXPKESS.
piii.naiii Sleeping and Dlulne Cara le SB. Louis, I^ui*
ville ami lilia.... Arnie Cincinnati l.i.'.O a. m., ht.
Loni* 7 ;30 p in , Cb ca lu ?'. |'. in.
0:00 r*. M. Ul si I.KN EX PRESS-?Pullman Sleep- I
las aad Hiriin. rai. io Pltuburg, Chicago and Cleve.
land. Arrive. Cleveland ll:iaa. m., chicano P p. m.
?est dav.
ttSB P. H. siil'TH WI vitp.N EXPRESS week dava,
7:1'. p. m. Bandars.?Pallmen bleeping and Dining; Obi*
to Cincinnati und St. Louis. Arri Vet Cincinnati 0 p.
m., St. Luui- 7 a. m. se. i.an lin.iain
**iOO P. M. PAi ll li' EX PK ESS. -Pullman Huftct
Bleeping c:-r Kew.Yorfe to Chicago. Arrive* Chh__o !
7 ila a. m. (aecond niorril; >:.. Toledo ll _o ii. m.. Colum
bus 7:1."> p. m.. Ciel.-! uni 7, 7,7, p. m. -nek-da) s.
n.ti.TiHoitK. wa-miim'ton ami THE MOUTH
10:10 A. T-I. 'Wii-liluulon Limited" - i-a.-dey ?. Pull- :
luau l'..i ..?; i ai. ami Hm.ntl Car.
3.-0 P. Sf. "1 oimn ??ioiiuI I.Imii.*.I" dally Pull
mau Pallor ana _rlMUlg Cai.*. Armas NS a*nliiglou
Pilli p. m.
ABBI l h.N m. EXPRESS THAIN'S: S, H -.BB, 9:30. ll
a. m., J:ln. 4 Mi, ... PM, p. n... 13:11 night. Sun- i
<li?y, nil", '.cm j. bi., i ..... .,, a .M. p. li.., liri! nl.nl.
Oi.'lo A. >E ttlanUc Coast Una R-ture*a, Sally, Bleep
'?* '. ( n.ii leaton, In --sunville, and Port Tainpo; 0 I Ji?
ll, m. daily, sleeper t? Jackaoaville.
lilli p. m. Ko ima,mi ami Danville Bspees-i daily,
bleepers to Attgamte r.nd Hew-Orienoa.
..ion P. H. -ii.iiv f..r Chesapeake t Ohio R_il*vny,
I Lr "i li bin I ii. ? niel DinlU's' ( ara.
KOll "'LH POI RT COMFORT and .N'OIIFOLIC via Cape
i harte* Pan.-. S a m. week-day*, and, ?ith TiuouKh
s;..-|'.r, ? p. m. dalP
ron atlayi ic i itv i p. m. a eek deja, with Through
Ililli, t Parlor e.r.
rOH . MT MAY 1 p. III. ?. el. ala's.
Cor Lim: Branch, A.-l.nry Pars, ii. eau Urove, and Point
Flea-eat, ;< lu ?. m. 19:10, :i ic Brio and Uri".
p. m. ?."-k -dai.*. Bvndeys, 5*48 a. m., si j p. m.
Ko net *: i> ar. .**.--1...rv Pir.i and Ocean Ore-re on Baa*
divs.)
FOK I'HILIDKI.PIIIA.
?ssests: 0.20, 7:39, B I ;i", '.'. PM [10 Pena's Limited),
!>' u 11 a. n... 12 i'l '_ IO. 3 4. I :'. 0, "., Oi 7. 7 r'-O.
s. ft PB p. m. 12:18 1'ant. -iineajrs, Kvpreae, 0:13,
? SO, li. D:_*l iii" I. 11 rt. 1 IO ".i a, m., -, A, 4 '.BB, ...
il. 7 :1'. .-*. r- .:!?? p. :?.. I. rIS nie ht.
Ticket on.ee*: Noa. 1X1 !M?, 1,1 Ofl. 11*4*- an-1 -'"1 P.mad.
v.. I A I ot ll. Lil li i 12-th str-t. 2*.l (oin ?
In- A veone 7;'7 Mn.Ui Av:.ne :u:d fiKit i.f li. st."..-es
and Corilindl Rtr**?**?; i Corni Stres-t, **('*o Pill ton
Ktrerl St) lr- .I*.. I'll Iii a tni.'\ Station, foot
..I Pulton Str-t Brooklyn; Vip Hu Ison Street, llnt*.*
k. ii . M.'-..a J. r-.". ( it- .
The Ree Vor. Tra -'? ? Cmnrsn-r will rall for a-d cho.*!t
ba i ?? fr -ai I. .?? ls and r lld. ni . through lo d> -?.nation.
s. M Pill Vost. I. ic wo. .i>.
Oeneral Manager. Oea iii Paas'r agent.
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF NEW-JERSEY
, Mm. ns AW ces! ?*? I es iRnirelv.)
Pew t:? .*. Automatic Rieck (Mgnalo.
Trains la.- st.tam fool >.r Llbe-tf st.
Tim. r .1.1 In EiT.-t Nov ie, IBM.
For ii-' a. i! Uii li rn A lento wn, Manon Chook, ft'.,
I-Oo 7:1b S: l-l A M I IO I ri" -T <*o to Eaatoo),
i M :. IS 7 .1'" io Alleotuwu, P. M. s'ltiUaji. 4:3n,
7 IM A M . I 00 B M P. M
lor W Ike lair I'l ll stan, mid S> railton. 8 :!?*> A. M.,
A -o P M S'ln.'...* ? I ? v vl
I or ll. .id i.r' ?t I SO B 00 I ll If 00. li'BO *? >' ?
I lo I ;i :i (*". I 00 '.I- 7 SO P M '-' ll nicht. >?*.
* md .i - i M A. M., 1 on, 1 .io,
:. 5n , ::?? P, M |J ri- nlghi
I r liar*-br. .1 : OB I "" I ?'? A. M., ITO. IV).
I ''Ol :, |S p M 12 I. ni,'.t ? . pt!a| s .it .rr I. v Bight. ' I
Hun lays I .?. '. .ro P. M 13 14 nie'.'- I r
I., p ti . i . .,? i ... s. ? i. ?i; ii :m a. M l io.
1 S> 4 00 T N P T. I: I'- night, ?????i.t satunlav '
l.i.M ol i M , 1 .(". 7 30 P. M . Lilli
I -l ? |,
i . Snnhurv, tja* ?' re ind w 'iiainsj-.n at I ort,
|-0C ?' ll \ U I I ' l .: ? , I ? P M , I2:M n'/ht. , "
? Hal ? .? I'-'t Sundays, 7 I- A. M., 7.30 P. s
"I "'I., art.t. .
Kor H'.1 Hank Lau* l:-u. h ani pol nts *n>ith to P-,!nt
Pleasant I I. IU ll DO A. M I 30 I 4.*i. (1 <0 tn
lt d Itniik I O) I .'" I SS lo RH Pank UV, P M. t
*-..n Isi-, "i "il Oem i.rove and Ashury Para, Oas) A.
M l *. P M
KO I*. T. M-rwinn
I Ml ?. ' ; \ M I I' I I" I 3 ' P M
For l-filii-dsle T*.. River H-i-n-rrst Park ang
Dareeeat, I IO, SrlS A. M I Ul I _" p M
i o' itjsnl i cur, Vim laid, ami Bridgelea, A .10 A. M.,
I i . P M
I-.r Monmouth Hs h ? ?? .? r -L- a-i1 H'.hlao* Jli'Vli, f
|:IB Bri- ll Bf) A M I <> I I-.. A IO. | .0 P. M.
' , s I 00 v M I 00 p M.
ROYAL BLUE LINE
PHILADELPHIA, RALTIMOR1 ani. \V\siii\..TO\.
< or Pnllad I phi I ?.? - du- I on H Ol. '.:0," lu 00,
"I Axl Outing C_rj a. M 1 .( I :i 11 1:00 (Bug-* l*artor
li nina I ar .. 00 ::,.*?,-, p \i . 12 li
? ?? 1 i" r. ll un Dining Can A. M.,
1 .io -. oi Inning >ar 7 SO P lt., I.' IS nlghi.
Por Rall 1 ,., Washlu.l. ., tai - '< 00 uno
lu Ini .- ?, t 1 :>.? ri o.? -, no n nia (a'l 7 io
P. M . 12 ia nig t Bundara, 9-fln 11 :i 1 idmh. Cin
v M I ? . 7 :i ? p. M . 13 l*. i.tv'it
Tli k la and i-a ri ? I . ... i,- nraeared al I7j.
2.15. COI. 113 *?( . '"Il lill.. 1 M.'! I1....I... 7r
AVe. SI I I 1 lu a -t Cd I iv I.M 1 SI 2-4 W.-l l.'atli
?st .''.I C..I.111 I,-.. Av. Ha* V -k I Co rt M -,., ? I |
lon St. Rmoklvn 08 Br oed wa j Wllllan-tborf. Th?
N I r. rm-'.-r I on.io,iv ml . , 1 foi ..ml beeb ha;
.se f ? n, . ? t .. ie . Iga ?? t. .1" ti iii 11
WRRmm- oaWOaXAWASMB AfD WK STE nf RR.
Mu 11..us lu Bon* A molt tenet ?t iriiniuj un j
( lirlsi?|ili.'i- Slrrrla.
VI.1I1IK LEU HUHS. Il IIMAN tUACHES.
Ul:e- ? touts* lo ,M.i> ?l'.l". III,in 1..11- I I'.I.ll, .u lilt
CLAlii. iTU.ollANi.__N. Summit B.-nurd-viJI-', lUxtk
1 ? 1:'l - . Mil..o'. Mans-. Paaseic, fater-ou,
Hs mt.'i. I.our sronaoia. Ill I > li *. I.A I, , . I.A K I. Hu
PAT UNO, ll..tU'i.-o. M.TIOOLI.V S.M0IN iain.
Washington. I'll ILL! Phill.'RU. KASIOR WAT Kit
HAP. SlllMCDSBfllO. P(K ooo M "latani*, MUAN'.
TOR. I-ITTSTON, WILKKSHAIIRE, N A VTll 11K E.
HAN VU.1.1' .Nm: III! Mill .III.ANTI, Mo .IM-. ill m?
iiaMiiin. OX .DUD. norwich, Wetarv lUe, l ila
P.I. Ill li .i.H hPIll NT.b. Cortland, BYRACtsE
URWBUO, llllA. A UWli.ll ELMIRA. loHNl.No'
HAITI. l'AN**\ ll.l.i:. Ill ll il.'i and ail i-oliiu
WEST, NCRTUWKBT anti soi I nwi st.
BiOO A. M. Bl I' ILU. 'IV \ ?nd OaWEQO KA.
ii(i_.*> Pullman Paia.o Cara. Ueonecie at iiurtaii)
w tli rram fut IhfcaRt, arrlviu?- ll .ij ?. m. next atom
ink*.
Trill A. .I.-IH.N..UA U10N MAIL. btopa at principal
liOO P. .tl. si I'.AXION. RIMMIAMTON and EL
MIIU ixl'::*.-*. Pultmsi. parlor cora,
?lilli P. M. HCHAXTOM wii.koiiaiihi: mia PLYAI.
01 I ll Lkl-UE.-*** Palina 1 ;.r ar
ttSB P. M. I'ni HI il Al. 1 LIMITED RXPRBSR,
in' n..0 slaepara. Arrlvag at 7 i*. a. m.
OilMi P. TI. i''.' IU .1 M.". til.A and OBWKUU
1 .ii'iaaS. I'ullnsn sliap'-r*.
TH M. ls ami 1'iT.I TAN ai i OUMOOAT10RM al 73
Murriv-t. a-..: 4Vj tAtooie ij Ti. k-t.s at f.-rry sintions
TSe .nd '.il' lr .ilniv :..i Wi >t f.alhst.. ..'!.% I'nluiiil.ua.
ti. Rew.Terkj ttt Waablagtee-at., 7.0 I'tiitonat. and
'( lln.jdwar. Breeklya. 'J Ini" tallies, glvlni; full Infor.
n vi ii at all statin..*.
WEBTCOTr IXIT.I.N. CPMPVNV will rall fnt aad
(hack taesaee Itaai Intel or riwldaui-e to destlnatloe.
LEHIGH VALLEY R. R.
si.iI.hi loni ol I.lbr'l* Ht., Nei* \ orU.
I N II ||i |,|. ni A IN, Pi IT.MiN OOACHE"*.
??? A. M. '..r hp Ki .Mo ? d -u iii'iisi... p.rlUo.
U mid <l p. *| i?r III ll Al.'i. Mi-|..-n,ioi ll, a -? aid
nu.i ??
TICKETS ANI. pi I.I.MVN A( <'...MM..HATTONS at
2**1, ..il. DH, an.l I .l.'.l li u:.i. ll.I iloarr.y, I.*,, EaJil
ISAib st.. n ar-Y?rk; sir) Kullon st.. 4 L'ourl st.. uni
OS I'i 'iinin, P.ioio.lvn. ReO'Tork Troii-f.r Coaiuaur
?.i call i". a-i .in ? i.a, t**je Iron hotel or resloeaeo
IhriHjtrli io ''" tm ail. .ii.
ROLLIN II. Wll.lill: CHAR, s i.k.i-.
i.enT mu.! I al. ra Div. li'ii" Pu*.. AgeaL
A. W. N.iN.NIM tCIII R, WM. II. SR IT fl
Aaalstaai ikra'l Pa-- Agent. ir.'-.T i:. pa,.. ,\-t.
ii.-i.T K.itsirt-ii uni.-p. AAA Bram taney, ol
BALTIMORE .?? OHIO Jl. J{~ "'
l:isi l.\|,i.... , raina TO
IIALTIMoill-:. WABHIRUTON, <'HICAGO, %?.
CIRRATI, BT. LUI is AJID ALL
PO I NI** tVRMT
IT Ll.MAN ('AK >|.|;V'H I, UR ALI. THAIN**.
Leave Mew.York fis.i nt Lin. ru .-r. dally.
I or rilli Ai.o | :;ki p. M. ami UL", nl.ht.
lor lTTTSHI lu,. I :?o p M, |j ir, i,il.|-i.
lau ITNi l.NNAll. ?T. Loll**. 0 A. M., 7 TO P U,
|'..r W\s!l!NT,Tu.\\ BALTIMORE, 0 A M. (ll :.IU
A. M . niiiiii'-' i .11 . i 10, (I "ii P M . except Bundaj
(-?00 P. M.. Hiiiiiu: Pan, 7 SO P. M., 12:11 alsbt All
train* run dally except ',1 00 P. M.
Kor NdUK'.I.K Hm Line I 10 P. M . tSttttl Snndav. ??'
K-.r NT.Wa.Ill,K\ NS 5 nu P. M dil Iv. cc
Tl. ker ...iii. ys |78, or,) HS, I.l io Hr.ad?_v. 31 East
Hth-t . ion (..-.Hal si . n. v. ;;n luiio'ist., RrooklTn;
.taine, loot of Llliortv.st. (' H. I; ?f \ ,|. I .
Rear-York Tr.tn.f.r Oe, alli rall for and cheek l.aceago ?>*
from hot'I Ot i.*al'n.e t,, destination. | "'
N. Y? ONTARIO & WESTERN P. RT S
?
p.
c
in
Trains leave foot of Wael ISM -t. as fTlowa, 15 nnnutes
rarle r from lr inKIln st. :
?l**_ A. II. idail., r.\.-e|it Sunday) for Wallklll Vall'T
;;. ii. suu.i.-is, MiSaictowa, bJieavtRe. ^lUabarf, l.rb.rr*-,
lari, ial"". s. ramon, Wjiioii lie lu, blunt)-, Rorivicn
L'tlra. Hone-, Oni-iia, Kult-.n. Oawego,
lila H. M. I eaten sunoajo. Uelllran Co. Eipresv
far Walkin Valley Kallroad atailnia, i amplioil Hall, | "'
M.U tl'I'.M'. I'.lleiiMlle, Muuoialii Hil". Oentr.'ulie. Kail*. , rn
hurt, lluili'iviii... Litany _.;:,, Liberty, I'aiksvllia, and i
Uvlnas;. n Manor.
7iL. ?'. M. Kalin MidHintown. hummltvllle. Kails. '
bars, Lll.-rly. i.iv.ii'.'toi- Manor. Itoeklaiid, Walton, hid- ' ri
nev Norwleh. Oneida, Fulton. Oaweaa. '
ftmo r. M. a.i.iy. im Rtasara .ans. Meeiming chair BB
rar i*.al* lc.) X.'-t-Vi.,*!, ta .Nianar, .alls. IkSSBeS Tl
I'l.llmau *lr*-|>pn Row. York to L'hlcajs. A rn vee in-tioit i
8:40 p. rr.. Chli-ago, 7 .10 a. in . St Leal*, g roo a, m.
Ticket* ani Pullman aeeoainiodatlena at a"l BrnaSaraj, I
,Ne.? V.. k Tr.ui for Coiiijauy tall* (or and checka liJi'tago nt
Ut desuuatlou. I .?
J. 12. AJ.DKHBON. li. P. A.. *"
_ eu ll aver St.. Noiv-YorB. ??
SK VOn TICKET8 TO BOSTON
"A:
VI \ Tilla NEW I.NTILA.NH,
AND SEE THAT Vol' ?.KT TMI-M."
Twe l'a*t LlniT.-'l IvaivsK Traill* from (.rand I'pntral
gutten (R. v., R, ii. | ii. Rd.I IS no,a iwee* Seri eely),
with ihroogb Parlor (ar*, (on he., and Siimi.e:, via
Hartford, lilalag (ar, WllUmaotir and P.o*t ui. ll P. M
Tue Wilie Train, \< .--k dais ead Sunday, via Willimill)
Hr Parlor ('um Buffet Smoker, i nm bee, and Dining
Car Wllllniantle and Ho*toi. Iti'tum s.ril.e fram 110s
ton ?an..' houri. .N'o irAtra fare Lu Coaches. Parlor Car
aeata Si- ' aa
di
Fl
M
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1
li?
at
Tl
llai.roaDs.
"AMBRICA'R QRIATKST RAILROAD."
NE.WYORK
Antral
^-^4, HUDSON RIVER R. R.
From Grand Central Station, (Jd Street:
Ni.10 a. M. i:\i.pt suiniav. Kmpiro -.tale Eapreaa
Easiest train in the world.
Bi.'!- A. M.--Hailv East Mall. For Buffalo. Niagara
Kail*, Chicago.
IOiSII A. M.?Except Sunday. Day Expreas.
liOO P. M.- -Dalli-, southwestern Limit-d for Uhlca.o,
Cincinnati, .St. Louis.
'MO P. M.?Ex. siindav, Kor Albany and Troy.
4i.'10 P. M.-Dalli. Near-York and Chicago Limited,
Due CI"V. lind 7:10 A. M.. Detroit 0:25 A. M.,
1 hlcago '. :_. P. M.
OiOO P. M -De li*. Kor Cleveland, Detroit, Chicago,
and St. Loui*.
MM I*. M Dally. Kor Burlington, Plattsburgh, and
Montreal.
7:.'lfl p. M.?Dally. Due Buffalo 7:30 A. M.
?:00 P M -Dalli. Only Sleepinc Car Tasiengeri for
Rochester curried on thi* tram.
Bil.. I M. Utily for cnieago and Ogdensburg, and ex?
cept Saturdriv. for I IM Vln.-.-nt.
0:01 A M. ana :i;..0 P. M.-Dallv, except Sunday, to
PltUtti I'l. via lliirlem DHTson.
Wessel l'?la>-e- ear* on all through trains.
Tl.-ket and Washer ofli.es at (.ran-l Central Sutton.
Ill, 201, 4IS, 7_.', MS Broadway, :':?."? Columbus Ave.,
SI West 125th St., and 138th St. station. New.York ; S33
WaahlngtOfl St., 7_(i Relton BL, and 71 Broadway, E. D..
Brooklya.
Iiiutgaso cheeked from hotel or resldenco by the West?
cott Express Co.
JOHN M. TOPCEY, OBOROK H. DANIELS.
(Jeneral Manager._(len. Pans. Agent.
ERIE LINES.
Through train* for Chicago and thu Weat leave Ne*.
York foot of Ciiainbers-st., dally, aa follow*, aud five
minutes earlier ttom W-st _.'id-?i.:
lil" A. M. -Vestibuled Express f.r Waverly. Bing.
.Cl.) bainton Elmira, Hul'alo, Bradford and cala
iiiiiiu-a. Parlor car Ut Uuflalo. liming Car.
ii nil P. "ri.?Vestibule Limited. Kollil train for Chi.
?Jilli/ rase vis Chautauqua Lake. Sleepers to Chi.
(iir?. Cleveland and Clnelaa_ll. Dining car.
*?.*}** P. Al. **.I ?""" '" Ciilai-'a na .Niagara Falls.
I).'JU ,-s.eepe** to lli.ffalo anil Chleairo.
8 '.Il P. SaV-VM ChnntaiKim Lah" and Nlaeara Fhllt.
!OU Solid traill t. Chicago. Sleeper* Lj Hornill*.
vi,:.-. Chicane and Ulm irinatl.
LOCAL TIMK TABLE, TICKETS AND PULLMAN
ae-ommodaflnna at 2SI. 2B1 i'll 810 mid o->7 Broad,
ivav ISO En*t l_'.th-st.. Chambers and Wes*, "Sd-st. fer
Mea. Raw-York: -Xl Fulton---. Breokflrn; _oo Hud.son-*t.,
Hoboken, and Jersey City- Station. Kr,e Transfer Com?
pany call* f r and ghSSRS baggaje from hotels and real*
eVncoa to destination.
WEST SHORE RAILROAD.
(N. Y. C. B ll. ll. I*.. H. Co., LESSEE.)
Traine leave West .iM-st. htulloii. N.-w-.ora, ai fol
lc"-, and 13 minutes earlier tran f'Ot . raaklia-at.:
Vii.) A. .H.-Dally foi Albany. I'tliii, Syia-u.se, llo*h
e-tei. Ha:: i.a, Nia-rnn Kills, Dot ult, Chi e-ju; e.-opt
Sutuid.iv for toronto.
.1i._i? P. >L Dil i for Albany, Montre.il, ftlci. .Syracuse,
Reihisatei Bulbin, Masaia T_.ll., Toronto, Detroit,
( love-Mid nini Cnieago.
St l-l P. tS, Daile for Al! am'. Utica. Svr.i ruse, P.o.*!iester.
Buir_:o, Rkgan Kail-., Toronto, Detroit, CISVSBMM ani
C iii avo.
Kor tickets, tline-fcihl"*. parlor and *l"ep!n-*-'-ar acom
mod.itloris applv .Tty ofllcs. Brooklyn and Ri w-York. and
ot stall-ns. Time.tables at prln.Tjml hotel*. Kor other
information _4ni*es?
C E. L-vMBElir. Oeneral Paaeeager Agent.
5 Vaiid.rhllt.avo.. New.Vork.
Heal Cstatc.
INSURE YOUR TITLE.
In nb* I ru ot l*? worllilcai aa a pro*
!<*??( lon.
lt Im ? mere opinion linnell on nneh
rtiel-s bm Hie .?-milliner lui-, liuppened
lo learn rcliitinu to the title.
28.
It ls arks! B. obtained when he bouKht. years ago, two
?i". ka "f land in the upper part of Rew*York. Afterwasd.
n trying to sell a pul Um of the land, b^ wns tobi that
ie .lld n it own tl." bed "f an oil road which sage r.in
brooch it.
Aft-r lona negotiations with the el.ilman's he bought
lo lr Interests for oeorg thin *.1.i?!.i Shortly afterward he
?Sd s..ni" lots, nnil ebilniantH ww. Tis.- rared whose re
n r. aaoaetor, u nraa ? Tai mci. had never ooarejred his
i.iif lau rael in ike preeerty.
After Mora segnildHona be t-'un-ht -piit-eiaimi of the*,
?ts nt $?_**.< i. pot lt. MBSa th.-n h" has aold numbers of
tiler lol* er bl>f rea ed >.n th.-m, and always has had the
i.m.* troiil.1- Th.- prl. e for r.l-a*'*.. however, has risen
.. gsee. per i"!.
Ili li.ol paid t'.-* fees for aeveral abstracts and .pinions
??(.re any mable nr?s->. but In spite of this lins paid In
ii aaanethlae b's." ir.isio. for r<-i. ..*.*. tnt aa on-- haa
ome forward le contribute any pertlSB of lt.
JiTlE GUARANTEE AND TRU5T C9
( 18 Liberty Sf., x. Y.
iflicrs <; N. E. eoraec r.Stli St. ?fc "th Av., N. Y.
( 20 Court St., brooklyn.
IAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $2,701,084.
[ni-.. Inhnann ir ,n Ltaatty^t. Rev.YerR,
int. .loiiii.son, jr, Ne,or ,-,,,? Sc*,.Mif Lon,
Connlrn propcrtn fox Sale ano Zo itt
??VF. I, LOW FIRE"
Twelve thousand a-rea of ye.low plno Umbered landa
l a bo.lv, near navigable stream. I ii up lor n.\; 30
av*. TlUu pei fret.
SENXKLL 1 M-KEXZIE.
lim.:., -nl. ia.
IT RT. Al..t -.TINK. Rlorl lu. Tar -ale or r**nt fur
V winter teen on, gentleman's resld->neo; rolly furnishes ?
tt ra tn.- grounds, stable, etc. run.I.li'** a wit.ls'
iilnm.- Uuiluiii_._
Unfnrni8l)f& ^pnrtmcnts to Crt.
"mi ii ie,m
800 MADISON AVE., COU. 5-Ti -TKKKT.
F. e.-.iit sOioadlloor corner apartment, _ou_L*tlng ol
nrior, mirari, iliniiig r..o*n. 4 rbanbera ;i seivauU' Dod
oms k'tchcn, et.., ul*., il MBSllei ap.iitii.eiit.
LMrVlT-.KDAM WT.Mi:.
?rill. XKW-AMSTRRDAM,M
7,111 AMi TiiTTI BTB.
Flrst.elnss, h.sp -, ii plumbing,
Bteen hen;. Harqui t fli*.r.
Rle im li'.br. _ ,'!e,.u. rs.
Hali serM...
Ill Ul I. AP.VRTMF.RTsS T' > LEASE.
1720, *'. .'.
un pr.-iiilsis. ..r V. P. M WIII.W,
117 W.-t dflft.*t.
?pin; ITITII AVENUE,"
1 1.0:i7 Sad LOM l-'lfth Ave., cor. 8,->th St.
(Hie el. ".ant outouie ojurriueiit to let; all Improvements;
nab*fs, ?t' am, et.-.
I'. W. I-IT'SS. Supt..
1,017 IT fin Ave.
Gales bn Auction
V'Al.l, PAPER.* Iacii Ive remnant lots, fi toom; prl
late raTo previous ui am t.on: ?ami>los ?!iowii at r-'s|
lire*
th--.t
lau- eale pr.'iloii- t.. aurtloii: maaplos shown at reel*
not." ol aiiitlnii lat.r. I. V WilKNT K, 110 Weat
TRIBUNE EXTRAS.
SI
IRTKRRATIORAL YACHT IIA( r.s.-Thf atory
t euell af the VMM i-f imii jen ra. trail told .\
ul yrofuacl) Illustrated. 23 .eula.
AnT AMI AR-'lIITF.-'Tnil* nt the WOHI.TI'S
..111.?Tli-* only Kiiiilr In cilslrni'e ssliloh
iafuaaea thc plclures nnil biiilillut** of th*
nlr. Ill uslrnt, d. il.*, t'l'-ala.
il
VILLAGE IMIMlllt I'-MINT-T-to rhnrailng
rtlclr- by ll. ti. Korllirop. the prime mover
i lilla work. >>s*r--orl_ C'lly mcu who svnnt
i lull. li<*iiiiilf) lliflr iiiiilvc laws tn tba J i:
Miulry ahoulil ri-nU Ulla. 5 couta a i-opj.
mi STS.?Aram-tent- in their furor hy ?t. C.
Dodd. .Solicitor of tho Ma ii.lu rd UII Com.
ui). and argumrnl uunliiM by T. V. I'o-rr.
?rly, (.rand Mumer Wurkmun of tbe Kuluhta
: Labor. B rr nts.
?HilillHUWl i complete lint of the ...
I" milli.inulres of tho I nllril Staten, and
ht they miidt* their moue)-, linly Hat aver
.inplied. Yiiluttlil- to aludriila, evonomlata
id iirunmlrrs of nrvv eul?*rprlaee. ~5 -.?eula
copy. In flexible i-'olh, t)l.
IV A ll STORIES.?Over forty lulen of tho
vii War, b> I nlou Soldlora. InaplrlnctbrllN
m und pathetic. Mont of tht* in ss r it lou for
rlbunc iiisli prisca. US or ula.
!IIO ISSTKS.?Tho boat of Rnawrll C. llorr'a
?tlclca In Thc Wee). I> Tri hu no oa tbe Tar*.
', Finance nail Sliver. An education la li?
ll. US couta.
Kl,WAX A ft, ISB.'I.?Third I'dttlon. rrvlsr-l to
e Aral of April. A srully apleudld number,
ral of tbe arcot Aliiiuimoa on the iiiurkrt.
io piiaoa. Rosv reudj. Kncta uhout ths
orld'a b'nlr. 115 ocnla a copy.
rRl'E STORIES OK TIIK WAR KOR mt)
HO!..?A new collection (April, IMUS) of
orien written by actual pnrtlclpnata.
-rllllus, putbetio aad true. 'AS couta g.
'Ill's
REAL ESTATE.
BUSINESS AT THE EXCHANGE*
Yesterday waa an old-time day In th. real eetate Uta
and a variety of Investment and other proD-tT
offered at both exchanges, the majority of mhltOmat
a ready sale. The moat Important plot offeree e_T
William Kenm.ly, at the Trinity Salesroom ?
-isled of No. 475 Broadway, running through'to as?
st., lot _C. .x_UO. a brick building. The property h_T
for miny yeara In (he family of Jane Antonetta OB
lt was aold by order of the Court In pa-llt-MT
bidding ran slowly from |12U,000 up to 1131 ina
New-York Realty Company were the bilyera. Th.
chaae waa regarded on the floor aa a bargain, aa a
(W- hus been asked for lt.
The -un-- auetioneer offered on behalf of Mr _____
the corner of Varlck and Canal .ta., an Irreguu/
01x111... The owner purchased thia property about
months ugo for *ia,?uo. he mortgaged lt for $171
-__*_"_.***?*??_-. *nd y-sterday he sold lt for pn'm
Rrv^pJr^T* *hovv,n,f ** ***** ***nmmo\\
f__^___i^->n_?% !'tter^ tnr *?"* ?me owner mm'
.1.1(1. Ail nnd J-R, Cana -st.. two and Ihre.. ?s___r____i <
nix*, producing a rental of UAW iZ tanamZ ""ft
property was withdrawn. ?????-* V-r annum. -f^
O-^nLiite ^.;''.Vei*r^,.l!Ven'C_ioJ. 15* ?
'lb.- same auctioneer offered No. T?l Kast F-rfc.. .___
st. A ttve-etory brick tenement h.1S? ? J^ yj****-fc,
aold to Oeorg." H. Ashby f.,r *I7 .Ks, '*"' ?ot f
II. \. Harnett A c.. ofTer-d s ^ >Y',- ? ,
.?*.-veiily-ninth-sl.. tw., flve-eturv brick-., i. W*_F
IO'S. auxlirj. They .ol,, lo A.^lZen ,o,f fo?'^"-^ **
There was . onsl, erable bidding for a suhle ffn
Ra RB Weet my*eae-_4eL; lt stands onJ, ?.*?
?"** >*? "cst .Trty-H.'i'.>nd-at.: lt stands on -T 7.o. S
and brought BW.Q0Q from danna WTX Cunh. ** ***
Jam-s I.. Wells oriered ,?-, dwellings and' ____- I
Val.-ntlne-av.-.. by order of oliver .''Tl ins ***-**
one In llassford Place brought *77o from W *j "S_S
and one facing In \ah-ntin_-ave. brought ?,i*?t tramx
1
HIM
...... ,,?... ,..R ,? .-.eiuine-ave. brought S3 issi r?_:
Andrew Oray. " *>i'**> rnaa
At the Liberty Street !_x?hange R. V Harnett -_.?.
the esra te of William Mulry. g. was' on.Tihf SS
of Mulry Urns., tl." well-known builders, and an n\ ?
member of the Heal Batata Kxehange. t5e _B_____i
was ottered by order of Mrs. Winifred Mulry ,7_2S'.
A g'.i- oa the nmiheii.t .-..mer of Amsterdaio-ave 3\
Une-handred-aad-aeventh-at., 13,0x40, brought t-lT.'fSS
Frank Koch. N'o. 117 Kast One.hund.ed.and.iw___9
thlrd-.it. ls a three-story frame dwelling ?n a lo. SSE
rn- iMiimg rna from fi.suo up to tai,ns, m j pSR
wan the buyer. The same auctioneer offered the e,t?--?5
Hobert W. Hilbert, consisting of three \?t. ln w . }f**
huniire.l-und-thlrty-slxth -st.; they brought SI __n __!_!
from I-;, r. Halliday. * *^""w *******
Meyer Finn, th.* well-known operator who ??-?*
auff-rtnc With internal enaeer f..r some months dh3
late Monday night, ami Ma teeth was announced on 2
l!.?.r yest--May. Monea ..finger. L. A. Ilaeh and J.h!
Hails have been appointed a committee to attend ,__
funeral. ma
RIAL KSTATK TRANSFERS.
I.ewls-st. No SS; Pauline Sebleislnger and an?
other io wita BcheU.
Bl Mark*. I'la.-. No 1; Theodore Reichmann to
William Y (-Tempten.
Sprlng-st, No IBS; Max (joela to Lmls ly.ng
m.xh .7;,
l>:>th-st. s s, __.*. ft e of llth-ave; Silas B Brow?
nell, referee, t'*? Harriet Wllmerdlng, executrix
7rtth-st. Re 1U7 West; Henry Cook and Wife
lo Anna L Haas .
West I'nd-iivc, g s. 16! ft n of I'lM-st. l?x?l)
William Harls and wi'.- to Anul I. ("amp_ i
Lexington-eve, e ?. psi ft * ,,t Mth.*t, lex*.;
Bdward O'Brien and wife t.. Caroline Meehan 17 MB
C.th-st. s s. Hm ft ?? of !."xirigtnn-;.ve, 20x100;
...-?ar (taller and mr.- to Lena Koi-etzkv. SONS
Madlaon-eva, <? .*. r.i ft s of ISM-et, ?ixmi; Mon
gan V Powell and wife to Severin Kro-hllch.. f
(H'.ili-st. s s, Uni fl e of .'M-ave. 27xlm?: Andrew
Sniltli et al t? Otto II Hage and another_ ISM
BBth t. ? s. IS] ft iv of A-reaao u. 5oxiuo;
I'l-l.-rl I; Sarnr and wife <t al to I'ulharlne
Franareh . -SOM
Lexington-eve. w s. Bl ft n ..f insth-*t. _r.x7S;
I-T "Teri' rh \\ ir.t.-r nnd wife to Chailes J War?
ren an.l another. 2 IR
Lexington-eve, ? *>. r.i ft ? et i__?tii-?t. 2uxik?;
Tia.h...* Farrel] to Michael Me<;rath . 12.OH
Madlaee-eve, a ?. i>7 ft n of n_th st, MalBi
Robert L RadBeM, referee, lo Abraham Polk
siein . tVO
l_l.*t-?t, s s. IBB fi w nf sth-ave, H?ixl7*.; Fred
erlcli Braander and wife to Harry content_ 1
Sth-ave, a x. 1:1 ft s of l5.'ll-st. .Ixlisi; Collin
Bl.l-.vard and wife t,, Cathirlne Lawrence.. l.B?
College-ave, ?? a, IIB ft c ot Kilth-st; Uanlel H
Hunt and wife to J->hn Wilson . UAW
l.'l*.th-:t. n ?? ...mer of Sd-ave; James Wilson, et
ai. to william M Ryes . 1
Id-are, w *>. lm fl * ..f lrt7th st; Margaret
llnnll t.. Loan Urn.ll . g
College-are, .? t. Ml fr 1 of Kith-st. Iianlel H'int
and ..if' lo Alexander Wilson . isa
[Talon-.-ne. *v *. SIS ft n "f Cedar-st, r.'xiiO;
Annie King t, Marv A King. 1
l^.t 14S. section Ai map Vjrao estate; Rudolph
Bchalder to William Sp|eW. et ul. 2.SS
Ja. k son-st. Re _*.i. Morrie Fmnklln ami wife to
Blmon Ballar . _-.0SB
l''.>rsyth-st. No 31; Kmmn-l laue an-1 ?lfe to
Moses (-oben . .YUMO
llester-st. No 104; Moses Cohen and wife to
l*.ia. Bcbenck-T. 3i,00B
?e. k Slip, Nos 4 nn.i ll. I'.-arlst, Nos .11(1 and .'112;
john Peaplaa at al to WUIlaaa Hoopla. 1
'.ime property; William Kevaa et al to same.... 1
tame property; Wllllaoi Cockran, retaraa, ta same S,7oe
lama property; James Frame and another. e>ecu
tors. to salli". t
lama property: William Reran lo same. 1
rame property; winiam Reran, eaacator, tn same 1
?"lumbus-ave. w s, 71! ft s of KM-s-t. MlxlOO.
tia rector, et., of st Matthew's church to J
Williamson . KODB
lp.ome-.st. No 4Zl, Oeorge F Tucker ami wife
to Anna Sebola. ..STS
! .iv.'ty, e s. Vi', tl n Ot lUvlngton-st. SSxlOO, and
other property; Henry I'vkmsn, referee, to
(Tillies ll I'-arsall et SI. SIM
lowery, Ne lei: same le same. 2..0CB
Yosby-st. N" la; Cora Trow to Casp?r Habbet.. 1
si-me. Ra I,MT; Yetta Polls.blld and another to
I Wi a lh. 21.Be*
Ula ave. .? *. MB ft s ol Vin 1'ourtlandi, 2-Vxl__l;
.la. "I. l-mlie to Hanni ttOtt**. i.M
lan H'.uston-st. s s. tn ft a of ARea et; H Dyk?
man, referee, lo Charles H Pearsall .t al. ll.we
-?1-st. * s. l.VJ fi w of I.exlngton-ave; same to
sa me . 37, MB
SSd-et, Ro -."I West. Thomas Maloney and wife
to .lohn .1 l.vn.-h. 1
Ul Mct*omb a l>i.m Riuid. w s. li*, ft s of
ii Woolf farm, __xll_; Mary Meln.-cke to Mary
Fallon . -.Ml
R-DOOKDKD MORTOAOH.
Irams.lorf. Johnna, to MM Olefers and wife.
w * Hali Place, s Of HI7tli-st. :t years. 1MB
Hack, lbnry Van I>. an.l nrtte W New-York
Ufo Inaoranea and Trust Oa, a s 17th-st, w of
Irving Place. '? sears. 10.ODO
^?rlln A Jones RavelafM Co to Seamen's Hank
for Suing*. No ISS William st, ;i years. 4O.00B
arroll. Ha .lett L. and another tn W ll Phillipa.
W I Smith alli-.n-", n of HI- "k.r-st. I years... S2.-0B
oh.-n. M.S.*.. t' ['manu.-] I -.a 1 -.*. w s K..rsyth
st, n of Hest-r-st, 4 years. 1.S0B
?I Lorenao, iiregoii... and wife io lt W Btaraa*
s-.n and another, e s Kelly-st. n of l.?.th-st,
;t 1 .ar* . BM
.iil.igna.-. Clam M. and aBOt-Of to K M Creen
i.-.f n s tc.i-st, e of Araeterdnm-ere, 1 foot, a.oos
rank. Christian, and wife !?. Cornellua F Kings?
land, a* trustee, w s Coluin!'ii*-..vc. n "f lilith
at, -. reen. ?5ni?
alii-hlld. Lewis J. and wif- M L f Knoepf-I.
11 ? Mst-st, w of B-k-are, I reen. *.vm
..v. Michael, et ..I to 1. K I'r.nd-rgHst. Stan
toii-st. n ?; ooraer Orehard-et, _ ann leaf. -
ytxtte . *-?'),'*
idler. Oetnn, t.. Lran l__i?-l-k|r. s s '.Tth-st. w
of Sd-ure, di ni a nd. BSl
(aaa, Ama. to Hebrew Relief Society, 11 s .nth
st .? ot Amster.i, 111 ase. 3 11 irs . ?.'.?
loughton, Fmnk lt. and Wita, to TM'tn-.* B
Hewitt, and another, tiu*l.-.-?.. s a 7_.i-st, w ..f
Oth-ave, 1 y.-.r. 12-<*?
[oughlahaa. Thomas, and "if". IO ltoix*rt i ?urt
rigiir. w s Delancey Place, n of Bayard M.
2 yearn . am
lun_mgton.'TTmo'thy ?', t., M R Jacobson. No
47.'. Broadway. 1 year .? ""^
ellerhouae, All*eit. and wife tn '-..(waiil t
Hi-owning Ith-nve, n ?? .orner of I'C.tli-si. I ie.tr M.ow
..i.nian. John l>. and wife, to Healy I. Meyer,
Rmeraon-at, 11 ar corner of Present-ave. 1 y.-ar 9.tm
yon, Hire, .ml Wife to Linda Frankentnal. tl s
llgith-st e of Amsterdam-are, :t >,ars. 1S.IXW
Indslev Chillies W, and wife lo Title (Jnarantee
and final Cb, n _ S-dst, w of Central P.uk
ron. Dani nSd wife i" J B TMM. et al. n a
l.rflt'li-st, e of Anrsterdam-aic, ,'i years -I mort
IcCarthy.'Joaeph ll, 10 i..wis Hopner. n a llist*
st. w of .".th.11 a-.
, 1. nney Sarah A. to Kline Rooster and an
other s's l._d-*'. e ..f Hlth-ave. 1 >e.,r. ..WW
nilen. John J. et .'1 (?> Ban Hiv.*. Savings
institution, lst-ave, s w ooraer of SSd-et 1 yeal J*.mm
iiililiv, John, and Wife le Howerv Savings
Raak, Ho SM In BM M-sva. 1 >?'?"'??????.???
elbrand, Annie K R, and another te the
Bowery Savings Hank. Ne IM ISM l?th st. 1
22.00S
.7.00B
l.ooe
1..0M
20.0M
ciiiiineV, charlea, and wife, te Hnaaa t I'vn.
and another, tiaeteee, s 1 :i7th-*t. a ef oth-ave,
imi. NinmeiiV to Jame* OrtbMa ? ? Mat-"'
. ,,f Sd-are. - reata .;?./.".'..
ime lo | I- llayivard. s s Msl-st. e of .Have, ^
I years .;'.'.'' *,".-''! ?
nli.ell Ma ni 0 :-nil another, to Uth Ward
Savings Hank, n s ISBth-at, .- of :.th-are, J rear
-aranll. Chariae II. et ..I (?> H T Hykman.
referee. M S 7'-'d-St. W of I.. Xlllgton-ave. ..lld
araperty. S years, i mortgaar
2*000
l.ooe
..?WO
71-iioe
ni* Clara. <i al to Mu. lal Life Insuran." Oh -^I
N,w-Y..rk. a a Hlee.'ker si. 11 of J..nessi. I lear o-saj
n- Wllllsm M. lo Mary RjmB. ad ave. ne
;,??er of i:i.*.!h-st. I yen ??.- ??; ".; ****
.th.stein. Abraham, and wife to Denial 1
Hayes, w s Maills..n-.ive. ll of 11.'ttl--*?*. i S-SrV . ^
gages, 1 year .?.?y ? ?
wera, Charlea t. to Francis M leaeka e s weet ldM
Bad are, 1 ..f Mltb-st. mil other Ptoparty, 1 res* *****
thrift William F. and wife to A J Ridley, ns M
I.Tth-st, w of lst-ave. I v. ar* I niTt .tages. ? ? Maa
an.i. .Innes J, to Marv A Hi"lly. w s MIS- ^
ive, s Of lstlh-st, .1 years.?.'._'","?'_
..lpn. naas, and wife to August Fr.>ut.l, ns ^
|-i-eiiioni-ave. w of Vvs.-.ii.. I years. ...... ? ??
?bielner, John. Jr. an.l wife to -arah ll -"y1'
,t al, let-era n * eeeaar af BSth-et, and atsae ^j^
property, ?*> y.iirs. 11 HMftaaem.? ? ?? *n
heil.. Yetta, tn Pauline Schlesinger, e s \,-xi*- ^^
it, n of Broome-et, I year.???.*?*_.'
Uer. Simon, to MoitIs Franklin. ? ? Jiukson- ^
iv.-. 11 of nierrv-st. 7 roan.????.????
?mme. Oscar, and Wife IO <"'" Rclm.-r, ss ^
Vower PUSS.f Wel.ster-.ii.'.,1 l*sefB.. ...??? ******
itten. John, and anotlier te weM Hide BBSB-i ^^j
< s 17th-st, e of ".Ith-nve. 1 year. ????"???,?????? wm
mv. Cora W. to 0 II llabbcrt. No _.-?4 ?,'n- mjjn
1,1."' i--."e,ie.ick!' 'to ' Oeerea' M MUl-r. exec-utor.
Il ave. .>rnor of HUIh st. ?l roOtO._?_.?__?
Ilson. Alexander, to Fannie Hunt, e 8 College jm
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