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THE WEEK IN REALTF
THE ACTIVITY OF THE LAST WEEK TN
JULY a SURPRISE.
The bußinee*" transacted so far this summer has
isrprised many of the most optimistic broker* la
•he market, as it has not consisted of dealings in
ltttl« things, but In a large number of big and well
known properties. At this time of the year the
majority cf brokers and oth«*r persons identified
with the market usually go to the country for a
long vacation, because there are generally few
_ rog pecT:ve buyers in the city, and the small num-
Y>#T remaining at home offer little inducements to
the broker to stay here. This summer many r«>a!
estate men are to be found in the>r usual places.
Last ■week, the closing week in July, and a week
jn which It was thought little business would be
doss, was a pleasant surprise, for many interesting
files la the upper "West Side section wer«" re
at/uCI Among the principal sales in the lower
section of the city was that of Use Maritime Build
inf. in Bridge-st.. between State and Whitehall
Ets.. «r.d. in the Fifth-aye. section. No. 30S Fifth
»U.. for about C2iM«:A More interesting than all
t>ieae sales to the general public was the announce
mt of the t»rms of acquiring the companies and
-eaJtr interests to be absorbed by the United States
KesiUr « n< J Construction Company.
It Is said by a large number of persons that the
BflOtua! volume of business that has be»n done
this summer may be taken as a guide to what will
take place in the market the coming season. The
present signs are thought to be harbingers of a
genera! and joyful harvest time for brokers and
others in the v. ry near future. Some i*?ople are
of the opinion that some persons have had in the
i«st ten months more than their share of good
fortune, and they do not see how their harvest
lasts so long and what better days there can be
tor th«n in the future. The reason better days
are expected for such persons and others less
fortunate is that many more s?.:?s In all classes
cf properties are expected to be made the coming
•*ason than in the last. As last season was looked
upon as being the best ever known, good fortune
©egist to be more widespread in the coming season
if it brings better times.
A REAL ESTATE CHARACTER.
In trying to i»*rn what the future has in store
for the hundreds cf persons connected with the
realty market some amusing, if not valuable, facts
way be had from the "characters" of th* busi
ri«e. A "character" in the real estate business is
a man whose methods or sayings are different
from the majority of persons identified with the
business. For Instance, there is a man who. for
tne sake of brevity, will here be called Max Poole.
Jlax dresses queerly and seems to take gTeat de
light in continually saying: 'The market is in-
Sated: when the fall to ruin comes the markat
■sriJl go downward faster than it takes time to tell
It." On a warm day Max Poole usually has on
heavy clothing, and on a cold day he looks as if
he intended to swing n hammock between two
lampposts in Broadway and go to sle*?p in it.
fanned by Icy zephyrs.
A Tribune reporter met Max at the entrance to
THE MARITIME BUILDING.
fold last -we^k or William H. Chesebrourh to the Chwsetaroocn Building: Company. It 1s now one
of Utt«e office buildings under one management
Samuel Goldsticker*s offlce. In the Trinity Build
ing, the other day. and asked him what he thought
tae present activity of the market Indicated.
"UViJ. Max." asked the reporter, 'are there
bright days ahead, or are w«« to have those bad
days which you are always harping about?"
Max is not rich In superfluous 3esh. In fact he Is
h human skeleton dressed up. and still able to be
active on the boundary between the land of the liv
ing and the dead. When he laughs he opens his
mouth as wide as any reprn born in the South
c"f*-s In taking: his tost bite of a watermelon in
the watermelon season. His lauph Is not one that
causes other? to do likewise. It is a sad laugh.
There are many people In this world who cannot
laugh sweetly, and many such people suffer with
hysterics. Max laughed his maddest laugh at the
reporter's question, and. bracing his back against
the south wall si Goldsticker's offlce. gave forth
this prophecy of the coming season, and. like his
laugh, it contains nothing to cause buoyant feel-
Ings:
THEY STARTED IN* BUSINESS WRONG."
"The unusual season just added to history, and
the remarkable midsummer activity attracting at
tention now are results of faise conditions. Be
cause one hundred bright men can make big money
in the real estate business 10,000 others just as
bright get the idea that they can make a» much
moaey and become active in realty and building
operations They start In th* real estate busl
r.eng wrong, because they entered the market firmly
cf the opinion that they could succeed in It if
ethers could. They should have flrst tested their
worth In the real estate field before making up
their minds for all time as to whether they were
fitt«d for such a business. I am one of those who
believe a real estate man is born an 4 not made.
Study the llvjs of tlie men who ar» prominent in
the business, and I think you may be forced to ad
mit that my views on this particular phase of the
real estate situation are correct.
For the king- of the realty market who were by
birth destined to be such, the future will give to
them greater powers as leaders than they now
possess; but for the tens of thousands and myriads
cf others who were solely attracted to the market
bt the tier— merited by these who are naturally
leaders cf the market, there will soon be the dark
4sys that I have been expecting for so long a time,
■unless tbry lean heavily for support upon the
The same question was **ked one of the leading
students of the market, and his prophecy is indeed
a Joyful one. Here It Is:
TEE DAT OF IMPROVEMENT.
This is the day of Improvement and advance
aent In the realty market, and It will be a long
time before the onward march Is over. It will not
come to an end at least In mr time, for though
New-York Is more than several hundred years old.
it Is being rebuilt and widened to meet tjiewanta
- <rf the present day. Why. there are forty old
houses ni this city ripe for Improvement to every
one that would be a poor speculation to buy for
the pvpoM of Improving or holding with the In
ssatton of me day improving in the near future.
This wonderful change in the bulldinr lines of the
city, which Is only a small fraction oi wha. is tp
ccme. is a result of the good times which have
fsr some years been general in this country. If
times had been bad. no such change would have
ton undertaken: for In ttmm of finardal distress
the average person Is only too glad to live under
* roof, and will put up with ail sorts of incon
veniences to have that roof above him. Then such
thoughts as the Improvement of property on a
■ s&eculntive basis are out of the question. When
there !«• plenty of work for the .rorlclngnian and
** get. sood mjmj. for Mi I^or. the day. for
• k:nc of Improving property are at hand.
•The good days are her* to sta*. J a»ver e*p*ot
*» M>« axaia a. *re&t real estate »*»ic. The great
real estate Interests are \ all united In a ■peculiar
way. They lean more or less upon one another
now, and In an hour when the prosperity of the
country i» threatened these Interests will «tand so
close together that they -will act as one for the
common leood of all. This unity of action will
make a bulwark of financial strength, and it will
be so great that It snould be Impregnable. In
vestors who have large sums of money Invested
in New-York realty know these thinjrs to be a fact,
and for every dollar they have Invested In realty
here many of them will spend many in 'buying and
Improving property the coming season. Therefore.
I say good times are here, and there will be greater
good times in the coming season."
MACY & CO. LEASE FACTORY BUILDING.
John P. Kirwan has leased for the Ludin Realty
Company to R. H. Macy & Co. the eight ftory
brick factory No. 517 to 527 West Thirty-flfth-Bt.
for a term of ten years, at $10,000 a year. The
above, together with property in the rear. in Thir
ty-sbcth-st.. was formerly the Hale piano factory,
but was unoccupied for about ten years, until pur
chased by the present owners, who have remod
elled it into an up-to-date factory building, with
large power and electric plants. The New-York
Bottling Company will occupy the Thirty-sixth-st.
portion of the property.
PLANS FOR CLUBHOUSE FILED.
Flans were tied yesterday for a five story club
house to bo built at Nn.=. 353 and 555 West Seven
teentli-st. It will occupy a plot 50x91.10 feet. J. H.
Duncan is the architect and Theodore B. Starr is
the owner. The estimated co.«t is $50,000.
BERKELEY SCHOOL TROPERTY SOLD.
Title to th*« Berkeley Bchool property at the
northeast -"rner of Forty-ninth-st- and Madison
ave.. was yesterday transferred by Joseph Wolf
•o the Forty-ninth Street and Madison Avenue
Company. The property carries a mortgage of
pOO,OOQ. '
ST. ALOYSIUS CHURCH GETS SITE.
The Bt Aloysius Roman Catholic Church has pur
chased a plot of six l"ts on the north side of One
hundred-and-thirty-second-st.. west of Seventh-aye.
A new brick and Btone church will soon be erected
on lh« site for about SWO.OOO. One of the dwelling
houses on the ilte will be altered for use as a
rectory.
DUNLOP PROPERTIES SOLD.
Francis W. Dunlop Cerred title to a number
o* properties yesterday to David D. Jennings and
others. According to the deeds ot transfer, Fran
cis W Dunlop will receive tSM a month for lire
from the properties.
THE BRONX BUILDING PLANS.
nd-Ct.. north ride, tH reet west of Avenue
C Cntoaport; t^ ime dwelHnc. .fcOfeat;
Mar-- X ) •. on prem er; Thomas Scott.
Unloni _ _
east side. Z75.M feet north of One
hnndr< - ty-nrst-st-. r-:x story brick tene
frjpr.f f^«»t ; Rosaelio »7o;;rdlio. of No.
- . — ■ -wner: Bronx Architectural Com
pany. : ' ■ '-' '"'
BIG SALE OF NEW-JERSEY PROPERTY.
Nichois & Lummis have sold to J. A. Bensel. en-
glneur in chief of the New-York Department of
Docks and Ferries, for the Somerset Land Com
pany, of which Grant B. Schley is president, the
Harris and Birdsall tracts at th« Junction of the
Mendham and Jockey Bollow roada, Bemardsville.
X J. The property, containing about one hundred
acres of land, is situated on one or the most pic
turesque spots of this mountainous region, is tra
versed by the historic Indian Grave Brook and is
bounded on the east and west by the headwaters
of the Fassaic.
SALES REPORTED YESTERDAY.
Slawson & Hobhs have sold for Louise B. Good
win to a client for occupancy Ho. 235 West Seventy
flfth-st.. a three story torownstone and brick dwell
ing house, on lot 20x102.2 feet. Terms private.
Title to the former home of the. American Geo
graphical Society was transferred yesterday by the
society to Jane E. Faitoute.
Davis & Robinson and Folsom Brothers have sold
for the Baer estate No. 59 West Ninth-st., a three
trtory and basement brick dwelling house, on a lot
22.2x92.3 feet.
Nancy D. B. King has sold to James B. Pringle
Nos. 101 and 103 East Flfty-ninth-ct, a five story
brick stable, on plot 45x100.5 feet.
John H. Deane has sold for W H. Bullwinkle to W.
Usher Parsons four lots on the south side of One
hundred-and-thirty-eighth-sL. 130 feet west of
Broadway. The buyer will erect private dwelling
houses.
The New-York Life Insurance Company has sold
to J. Lauchhelmer No. 1,627 to 1.533 Third-ave-.
northeast corner of Eighty-slxth-st.. a five story
building, on plot 78x125x irregular.
The Estate Realty Company has sold to H. D.
Baker and Sender Jarmulowsky Nos. 426 and 428
Grand-st.. northeast corner of Attorney-st.. old
buildings, on plot 40x90 feet. . • -
David Stewart has sold fcr a Mrs. Blrkhol* a
three story dwelling house and stable, on plot
100x200 feet, at the northeast corner of Hawthorne
and Cooper sts. _
Margaret Robb nas sold to the >.ew-Amsteraam
Realty Company No. 350 Went Thirty-nrst-st.. a
three story and basement fiathouse. on lot 20x98.9
feet
The Municipal Realty Corporation has sold to a
client of Ames & Co. No. 122 West Thirty-flrst-st..
a three story dwelling house, on plot Jrsxsx. ir
r^f 13 X. Kalley «t Soi. have sold for a client of
Douglas Robinson, Charles S. Brown & Co. J«o. 37
Beaver-st.. a four story brick building, on a plot
21x103x18.5x103.il feet. for O. Bachrach No. 127 West
T. R. Brill has sold for O. Bachrach No. 127_west
Slxtleth-st., a five story flathouse, on a lot 25x100.5
fast
' \v. De Lancey Grannls & Co. have sold for J- C
Platt Nos. 132 and 132 A West Seventy-ninth-st.. an
American basement hous<*. on a lot 25x100 feet.
P J. Heaney * Co. have sold for Charlotte Pick
ens two lots on the west side of the Southern Boule
vard 25 feet south of One-hundred-and-eighty-third
st. The same firm has also sold for S. T. Stern No.
4 048 Park-aye.. a three story family house.
lloritz Bauer has bought through B. Maurice N«v
44 Leroy-st.. old tenement houses, on a lot -30x50
feet, and has resold item to Minna Zenker.
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SUNDAY. AUGUST 3. 190r.
Hnfnrni«lic& lipanmenta €a ttt. _ Htttttrnisfrtft apanmegts €o tet.
APARTMENTS m
Qraham Court
The Astor Estate's New Buifding
on Seventh Avenue and 116t h Street
ARE CONCEDED TO BE THE MOST ATTRAC
TIVE AND BEST APPOINTED IN NEW YORK.
The building covers the entire block front and surrounds a court
garden 79 feet wide and 108 feet deep, and every apartment receives
its light both from this court and the street.
The appointments and equipments comprise every known device
for comfort and convenience.
There are a few vacancies in Suites of
6 to 10 Rooms at $1,000 to $2,000 a year.
Booklet with floor plans mailed on application.
Apply at office of Superintendent on premises.
ii r nrnishc& IVpartmenis tDantcii.
A FAMILY of four adults desires to rent a famished
*l\. hr.usf. frnm October Ist. Bt»?t of references given.
Address FRANK M ATKINS. 43 I>--nari St.. New-York.
GENTLEMAN desires furnished apartment <bachejor
quarters), sootb«rrjr cipnsur°. until October or Nc
'■•-■rnber: b:ll»»eii 23d and sflth sts. preferred: state ••rrm>.
Address R. . Tribune Offlcß.
Zo ttt for Snsinrsg pnrpos's.
OFFICES AND STUDIOS
NEWLY FITTED UP FOR THE SEASON.
(Rents include steam heat. light, elevatnr. janitor, etc.)
ZST Early application advised.
JOSEPH P. McHLQH & CO.,
THE SLATER BUILDINGS,
No. 7, 42d St. W. at sth Aye.
dilj} propcrtn Sot Sale.
oOft. FRONT in the SEVENTIES,
NEAR MADISON AYE.
> WITH 25 FT EXTRA DEEP DWELLINO.
Modern plumbinff. cabinet trim throughout.
WIDE STREET; PRICE MODERATE.
RULAND & WHITING CO..
5 Beekman St.
(\(\ HIGHLAND AYE. YONKERP.— House and lot. 58x
JJ 1«7 m one of prettiest streets in YonkTs; in flrFt
class condition; ten rooms, bath: good plumbing, steiirn
heat; convenient to trolley lines; five mlr.utra from Park
HI! station o 1 Putnam road, ten minutes from Ludlow
statlcn on N. V Central; tine view of river and Palisades j
easy -erms Apply owner, on premises.
BARGAIN — Two faniiv house; Improvement*; S lot*
• sj] ■ 1 day. HAHRI RTDER, Cooklln-av.. CsaiaiwMi
Countrn JJroocnn for Sale.
ON THE MAINE COAST.
Ors cf tho most beautiful islands of Casco Bay; l"0
seres pure water, old forest, nne harbor, solf nelds.
BsTmhona and bam. 20 acres of productive farm lands:
rxiiKred coast, facing ocean; sheltered beaches, steamboat
wharf inspect Son tin 5«-pt»mber. Booklet on application
to FRANK H. MOFFATT. S» WiUiam Street. New York.
Some New and Elegant Homes,
•with every BsOthMl Improvement, on GLENWOOD
HEIGHTS and AJIACKASSIN TERRACE, highest point
■n Yon-- overlooklr.K River and Sound: large grounds;
surroun'ltrcs every way 1<«lr»i-ie. night and day rapid
transit service: 81 trains a <1a»: or.'.y twenty-eight min
utes to New-York. Bend for booklet and Information.
Will rent some to desirable tenants absolutely low.
CHAPMAN. 22 Getty f^juar*. YONKERS.
DIRONDACK COTTAGE, 1<» no™, fully farnUhed;
J\_ dellghtfiillv situated on shore -f one of th« most
beautiful lakes in the wilderness; 5 »rr»». boats, launch,
etc in the midst of the best flshlnit iinrt hurting terri
tory co«t f\3.<**>: wii: sell at very low prim to promrt
Purchaser. Full parrtcula.s of OWNER. 13S West 3«th
St.. Manhattan-
' \ T FRONTCNAC. I.CH>O 1.-'I.ANI'P — Fr«r sa^le. new ftir-
ni*h«d cottajte, en eosMt; n<-ar hot^l; B.OOn or for
rent remainder num. JIIV GEO. R. LTON. nath— <wr.
N. T.
tarasT VIRGINIA COAL TIMBER LAND.— 3.I<» «<-res
>\ coal timber land: consists of poplar, rej o»k. a«h.
cherry ull— Ullll. spruce and bemlock; r.evi;r r»*r <-•:..-'..
finest tract of unsold r'rr.t-r lr. We»t V'ntirila; will cut
15 000 *eet per acre. For further Information. prtc». terms,
etc.. address L. C. JUSTICm «S F-st.. Washington. P. C.
TTIARM OF 1* ACRES. HOUSE AND BARNS. S3 mln
r ut«-s from Stat» House. Trenton. N. J. . $4.O*K» part
mortgage, must b« cold to cloee estate. W. T. READ. 3.0
Jeffersrn-ave.. Brooklyn.
HEALTH and pocKet benefit by suburban l!f«. For
details apply Erie Railroad Information Bureau.
1159 and 306 Broadway. New York.
r nrnisl)e& Qonscs 10 Cei— Conntrri.
4 PART ocean front botBM: famished: season $30. Red
2\. house, 32d St.. near .~-»a Gate. Coney I>'.ar-1
Charle* E. Schuyler & Co. have sold for a Mr.
Greenbers repr«»*eniir.K Jacob D. Butler, two of
the s»ven unflniflhed American basement houses on
the north side of n^-hundred-and-«»i«fhth-st.. dp
tween Wfst End-aye. and Rlv«tsH»> Drive, for aonut
$15«tiim to George W. Wilder and K. Hartwell Ild
er. ' The houses nre Nob. 3?T an I 32* We«t One
hundred-and-el£hth-9t.
John F X Goetz took title yesterday from the
Xew-York Realty Corporation to the house formerly
owned hy M. Orme Wilson on the we«t »ide of
Flfth-ave.. W. 3 feet Bonto of Thirty-elghth-pt. Th«
title carries with It right of way over an adjoinin?
13-foot strip.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Bth-ave. •*■ r. «fi.3 ft « of BJUi-at 82.6x143, with 12
ft rlßht nt way: New-York Realty Corporation
•o John F X Goetz *1
29th-st. n r. 252 ft m of .M!i-av<\ 25xf>« 9; Th-
Amercan Geonrraphlcal Sncl.-ty of New York to
Jane E Faltoute, Ca G 75.<W»
St Ann'«-av». w t. 47.fi ft n of 'SV>«tchester-av«',
3f1.6r93T3fl 6: Henry Hach^melßter et al to
Caroline HachemHster. mts« JlW.iiftO 29,000
Madlson-ave. n »> oor of 4»rh 76.«xl25xlir#jru
lar; Jo-»-ph Wolf to Forty -nlnl.'i f»tr<>*t ar»l M.tl
ison Avenue Co; mortgage 5300.000 100
7th-»t. No« 244 an.i 24« East. - *, 45.5icrK».10 :
Abraham Nevlns and another in Leonor Bpte4
btrcer; mortgsjce $27.C«in ... 32.500
Stanton-«t. n s. 7."i ft c of Suffolk-st. 2Sicloo; SVilo
mon H S'-hlangT to Peter Pandrovitz; mort
gaga »25.<HH» 33,400
73d-st. No 132 Baft. 165045.2; the Sterling Realty
Co to Stowe P)i<"lp«; mortgani". $12..VHi .... 1
Park-aye. n ■ corner 83d-st. 11x110.4x lrr»«-
Uiar- Wllltam E Finn to Bendct Isaacs; mort
gase. 565.000 1
BSth-st. r. b. 200 ft c of llth-ave. 50x98.9. John
Farrell to Samuel McMillan: mnrtsage. |5,440.. 1
88th-Bt. n a. 250 ft c of llth-ave. H>ox9!i.9: John
Farrell to Samuel McMillan; mortgage. 51A.240. . 1
Eagle-aye. n *• corner Westcheater Rallroad-«t. old
line, 800x200 ft to Terrace. Place; Edward D
O'Brien to Hamilton Bank 44.500
Park-pt. n ■«• corner Terrace Place. 100x175x ir
regular; Edward P O'Brien to Hamilton Bank.. 7.800
NEW BUILDING PLANS.
17th-«t, No« 353 and 355 West, five atory club
house 50x91.10; Theodore. B Starr, owner; J H
Duncan No. 21 West 24th-st, architect $50,000
35th-st Nos 225 and 227 West, three utory lodfrlng
house, 42.3x8?.3; Children's Aid Society, owner:
Vaux & Emery. No. <W Bible House, architect. . 40.000
Snmmcr Ecaort ©niOeg.
America's Health
and Plea.s\ire FLesorts.
Perhaps you don't know just where to go for a week or two
weeks vacation.
Call at one of our Recreation and Information Bureaus and
see what a lot of places we can tell you about.
Savetime and money by locating at a point reached by the
New York Central Lines.
We can give you rates and points regarding all kinds of
summer hotels as well as farmhouses and boardinghouses
by the hundreds.
Information at our Bureaus is Free. They are at 12 16 Broadway, corner ?oth
street; 415 Broadway, corner Canal street; 275 Columbus avenue, corner 7 *rd street,
New York, and 338 Fulton street. Brooklyn.
A copy of "Americas Summer Resorts." containing ,i fin? map and a lot of information
about places and how to reach them, win be sent free on receipt of a two-cent stamp by
George H. Daniels. New York Central R- R-. Grand Central Station, New York. From some
portion of its lines the I .
New York Central Tickets to Every Resort in America.
J. Romaine Brown & Co.
Uli WEST 33D ST.
No. 173 MADISON AYE.
NEAR 34TH BT
Parlor bedroom and bath apar*m«nt»
and one •xtr*m<'iv handsome duplex
apartment of 10 rooms and two baths.
Rent |4,500
THE MIIjAXO
125-127 WEST SSTH ST.
APARTMENT? TO LET.
JI.3X) to ji,900.
THE PALERMO
125 EAST 57TH BT.
Apartments, extra larpe rooms and
two servants* rooms, frnm October
Ist. Rents. $1,600 tr> 13.400.
THE PEMBROKE
10 WEST fi>3D ST.
Convenient to "L" station or surface
rars: eight room apartm»nt!>; elevator
and all Improvements; $1,000.
THE BEAUCLERE
NORTHWEST CORNER OF BROAD
WAY AND 100 TH ST.
Apartments of eight rooms and bath:
all modern Improvements. Rent,
$1,000 to $1,200.
J. Romaine Brown & Co.
B3 WEST 33D ST.
Telephone- 381 3sth St.
CENTRAL PARK WEST. 90th to 9!st Sts.
Superb lijht suites of 4, 5, 6, S, 9, 10, 14 and
15 rooms, with every known device and conven
ience. Each apartment affords a view ot street and
Park. Separate elevators lor servants and deliver
ies. Special accommodations for male and temale
servant?. JOHN V. SIGNEIL. Owner and Builder.
A New Departure.
A Private House— Apartment Houx.
1078 Madison Avenue.
One Apartment on a floor.
In construction and appointments aim! bs
excelled on the Aveaoe.
Choicest residential section in city.
t
"THE ANTOINETTES."
Park Ay . Wth St and B!>th St . near Madison
Ay., ore block from Savoy and Netheriand Hotels,
fire-proof apartment- from three to ctovM mm>
and hotel acrnromodations frnm une •-> sarsn rooms;
reaiy fnr 0.-cupancy now or from Octofc«r 1, rents
from $CVr> to 52.000. restaurant Ac. uinniojatlon.
HOFFMAN ARMS. cor .'.Oth St. and Mad!
»on Aye. New plumbing; electricity and
decorations; sunny, large room apartments
with kitchen: -t!-- groii hotel restaurant;
superior cuisine and service; select patron
age: ccrner furnished; cool for summer.
CHAS. A. GERLACH. Trop
THE STUART,
COR. BROADWAY AND WTH STREET.
Two very desirable eight and nine rootn apartment* for
rent in the STI'ART. First class In every particular.
Elevator mi « lea ail nticht. and Individual telephones In all
apartments. n»nu $1.25rt and $1.3.V). Apply to
CHBIB. HBI^ER. ti4.' Llberty-st.
LA ROCHELLE. Columbu»-ave. and 75th-»t . fireproof.
electric Hunts, uras ranees, elevators, all n!*ht ser
vice: telephone »ach apmrtment; $1,500; Haan'n R.-staurmnt
In hoti»e. Call.
OQ: , WASHIXOTON BQUARB newly perorated flat.
»J»//* 7 rooms; bath; open r'umMng. steam hear, hot
water; $60.
THE SUSSEX.
M Bast 6sth ot
rrom nrtoher 1; haadaomc eight room suites. lI.IW
and 5..2.V>. modern in a',\ appointments. Superintendent.
Conntrn Board.
AT RIDOBWOOD. N. J.— Newly furnished: large rooms:
all Improvements; electric lights, telephone, hot and
cold water; bountiful table; spacl lawns, abundant
shade; larue piazza; one mil* from station: must be seen
to be appr»< tate<i. all ve(t»>tables raised on farm. J. A.
FERRIS. Paramus Road and Rldpewood Aye.. Rldijn
wood. N. J.
\ T "BT-THB-BSA. ""-'■: 81 near Pea ("late. Coney
XjL Inland, ocean front; furnished rooBM V> week. Fre#
bathing
BERKSHIRE HILLS.— WANTED— Boarders at a farm-
JD house In quiet village, large, airy rooms; piazza; ex
cellent board. THE MAPLES.
A">h!ey Falls. Berk.-hire County. Mans.
SUMMER BOARD among the Berkshire*. Marlehurst
Farm modern Improvement*: table, a specialty. F.
H CHENEY OJreat Barrlng'on. Ma.-v
Snmmcr ErsortOni&es.
Spend Your Vacation
On Long Island.
COOLED BY SEA BREEZES.
"LONG ISLAND.' an illustrated descriptive book, with a
list of hotels and boarding houses, free, at ticket offices.
Actor House, 130. 1383 Broadway. N sth aye . « Wi>it
125 th *t.. N. V.. or Bend Be. In stamps to H. M. SMITH.
Gen. Paas'r A«t.. Long Island City. N. T
DAY LJNES SUMMER EXC. BO(")K.— r"at.ikllls, etr.
Befor* «*]<»etins; vacation trip send flc postage to
HUDSON RIVER DAT LINE. Desnrosses St.. N. T.
Summer fitaorts.
LO3TG ISLATD.
EDCEMERE MOTEL,
IIGIMIIE, LOHC ISLMD, 11W VWIX CITT.
;- .Minutes from 54th St., N. V., or Flatbush Aye , Brooklyn.
Directly on the Ocean. The Finest Hotel on the Coast. Now Open. Newly decorated and refurnished throaghnet.
so private baths. Goil", tennis, croquet, surf and stiil-water bathing, sailing, rowing, tishins?. Excellent drrww.
Rates $? per day. Booklets, diagrams, etc., on application. G. E. WEBB, .Manager, Edgemere, L. !.
CO.\>ECTICITT. CO.X^ECTICfT.
EDGEWOOD INN, cd p"k od
GREENWICH=ON=THE=SOLND.
Open from June Until November.
RIDIIMC. DRIVING. YACHTING. GOLF.
Hotel located in park of 250 acres, with extended view of Long
Island Sound. New buildings; fifty bath-rooms and every modern
convenience.
The INN is supplied with Jersey milk and cream from the hotel
farm. Forty minutes from New York with trains running hourly from
Grand Central Station.
ADDRESS
FRANK F. SHUTE, Manager.
.NETV-YOIIK.
ADIKONDACKS.
Cluo Mountain Lak*. N. V Largeo; hotel In the North
Wood-.
OPEN* JUNE TO OCTOBER.
New rout« via V v. Central. No utas'-iS- Golf, tennis.
bowling, boats and Isumcbe*, bathing, ping-pong, sf*
Buperior mii:ic. J. F. KLEIN. Prcp'r. lata of Sherry's
and The Renaissance. New Yur'<-
I. B. WHITE. Mgr.
ADIRONDACK MOUNTAINS.
TTK3E W!Z~:~g>®\&
NOW OPEN ELIZBETHTOWN. NEW YORK. •
One of the larcest and finest hotels in the mountains.
Modern Improvements. Electric lights. Private baths.
Pur» running; «prlni? water. Milk and vegetables from
The Windsor farm and gardens. Orchestra.
SWIMMING POOL— FINEST GOLF LINKS.
Booklet addresa ORLANDO KELLOGG & SON. Props.
ADIRONDACK^.
TAYLOR HOUSE AND 1." COTTAGES.
ON SCHROON LAKE. N. Y.
Gentile tr.-i I only solicited.
T*r Illustrated booklet and full particulars address
•■ F. TAYLOR * SON.
Taylors-on-Schroon. N-w York.
OAK KNOLL COTTAGE.
LAKE GEORGE ASSEMBLY. N Y.
Fit!* location; superb view over lake- and mountains.
Fishir.ir. boating, bathing, etc. Apply as above.
PIRONDACTCS.— Hot»I Avers. Lak<» Duane.— Flshlnir.
xi. boating, bowilnjt. ping rong: te!egrapn. P. O. ta
I house; booklet. AVERS * SON. Ayers. Franklin Co.. N- T.
THE Dl/TCHER. HOUSE
AND COTTAGES.
PA\Vt,I.\G. * dctchbss CO.. >'. t.
A H«althful trvl Charming Family R»sort. 9O minute*
from New York. 9 trains ea.-h wai daily. Positively no
malaria or mosquitoes. Finest Golf Links. Tennis Courts
j and Bowling Mleys. Fcr terms Booklets and other Infor
| rr.at!on a.Mress THE DUTCHER HOUSE. R. C. LOVER
IDGE. Manager, Pawllr.K. N Y.
RICHFIELD SPRINGS. N. T.
FIFTEENTH SEASON.
iiTEL E^LKTi^
Directly oppcslte the Great White. Sulphur Spriac*
Bathing Establishment.
HOTEL ST. JANES
Moderate Rates.
E. M. EARLE & SON.
New Tork Booklnt; OOce.
Hotel Earlinttton. Golf Links.
37tb St.. West, near Broadway.
WINDSOR HOTEL.
Operi J'jti^ 9 ■ 1 Octaftttr 1. H.OO per day and npwar*
SEND FOR ILLVSTRATED PAMPHLET.
K. G. SMYTH. Lessee.
GSIO22IEK3 TTdDIP OfIdDTTEILa
QUAKER HILL. DLTCHESS CO.. N. Y. *_
Two hours from New-York by Harlem Kailroail
1.200 Feet Elevation.
GOLF LINKS AND ALL OTHER AMUSEMENTS.
N. d. HOWE. Manager.
Post Offlce address. Pawlinir. New York.
Circulars, etc.. at Sccfleld's. 1 Madison Aye.. New York.
SHARON SPRINGS. N. T.
B. P. SHARP * SON.
ON MOUNTAIN TOP.
Lilly) U fcL tiUhin y l£lra@l^ilLiL,
CATSKILL MOUNTAINS.
Always cool. HI hour* from New Tor* City. Direct
railroad access from New Y>iit to Kaaterskill. Address
H. E. EDER.
KAATERSKILL. GREENE CO.. N. T.
CATSKILL MOUNTAINS.
LAMENTS HOTEL.
Accommodates 40. Write for terma and booklet.
Q. \S . LAMENT. Prop-, Big Indian. N. Y.
<~atak!ll. N. Y. High. dry. tnvignrat-
KIPKATOM Ing. Shady grounds. Acrommodates 7».
Exrellcnt i-uisine. Spring water. Bath
HOTFI, an 'i i-loset?. Ro malaria. t~ to |l<>.
B.^oklft. tVritt".
DRTDBN SPRINGS HOTEL.
DRTDEN. TOMPKJN3 CO.. N. T.
Lehlgn Vajley R. K. lilevauon 1.800 feet.
Llthla, Soda. Magnesia. Sulphur and Iron Springs.
Aperient. Diuretic and Tonic Waters. Rates. <1O to $13
per weak, lor booklet address)
P.. M. BLAIR. Manager.
MT. PLEASANT HCL'SE. —Located on a hish and ex
tensive plateau of 240 acres. 1.900 feet above sea
level, overlooking vHiagt. and river; golf, tennis, croquet.
etc. • hunting fishing, swimming; two pianos, one organ;
accommodate forty; health, recreation, rest. NeYerslnX
Sullivan Co.. N. T.
LO.NO ISLASD.
fTYn fr\ nn PJ]~/7\ fN] (^ FE? c Tf l
IAaJ/AaljvJljll/AaLm©^ v
HOUSE. SHELTER ISLAND. L. L. N. T. HealUlfuilT
located, amid beautiful »cenery. All modern Improve
ment., electric U*ht«; Otis elevators, «ulte» with baths;
drlvea rroves; pure water; dry atmosphere; 18 hole »olt
links' v*clit!n« bathing, ttshln*. mu«ic. dancln*. «tc
Easily accessibli by Lan« Island Railroad vestibule tra n«
and steamers Sninnecock and City of Lawrence. Tele
phone. Shelter Island Hel hts. I Send for terms *ad
Illustrated pamphlet to A. R- KEEN. Mana«er. Maa
banset Hous*. Suffolk County. JJ. T. ■
SHORE ACRES VILLA,
AMITYVILLS. I* I. One hour from New York. N«*r
shor. and New Point Hotel. Lar«e. attractive roon«; ex
cellent table. A. J. M.V.KET.
PE.\S»YLVA«A.
THE NETW KITTATIN'NT.
DELAWARE WATER GAP. PA.
**»•» ri-nJrii.iii nnl Management. Remodelled, refar
2 «°«or wst« with bath. Enmor t.uai Golf linltm.
" ', hourl f rom^dw Ycrk Penna. R. R. Iliu.trated boo£
-£, nour» trom .New lor*, x- v -. vls T BRYANT. X*t. .
Leeds * lippincott.
Propra. Haddon Hall. Atlantic City. N. J.
GLEX SUMMIT HOTEL. ..„ CT _, U ,_ _ ,
W. H. CROSBY. JIGK. orE GLEX SUMMIT. PA.
NOW O* *£-***•
Phniogr»ph» Booklets and all Information. Lehl.h Val
tmr Tlck«t Offlo*. 1234 Bro»- -
Snmmrr. Besurts.
LO\'i ISLA.TD.
"ALWAYS COOL AND NO MOSQUITOES." i
FSIIT (EIISIiLi MBE,
NEW LONDON. CONN.
a BEATTTIFUI, SEASIDE resort.
ACCESSIBLE. SALUBRIOUS. ATTRACTIVE.
Favorei by the wealthy and refined.
Golf tenr.ls. pir.g jr.\g. bicycling, iriving. jllllllßsk,
batmn*. entertainments.
Illustrates descriptive pamphlet on application.
Addrew as above..
THE B H. YARD ••■MPANY. INC.. Lcaaee.
Also t rar-.1 descriptive pamphlet and general lr
formation at No. 3 Park Place. New York.
HEAtTH seekers, comfort seekers, rw and i*cr»at;oa
seekers, all flnd taelr wishes gratirled at
THE WAYSIDE INN.
VE"W MIL.FORD. Litchfleld Co.. Coan.
Open all th« year. Illustrated booklet fre«.
/-s, baTMOVT — Hlsh altitude: S hours from N«w York;
Grurs* rooms: superior table; fcoatlns; lllustr»t«4
booklet. Norfolk. ' ■"•■
" SEW-JERSET.
IN
VIA
MEW Mm " thmi
PASSINO THROUGH LAKEWOOD.
Solid Vestibule Trains. Buffet Parlor Cars. leav« Lib
erty Street Static (N. R-> »4O A. specxai. 1.06 P. M.
dally, except Sundays. Saturday Special. 1.00 P. ad-
South Ferry 5 minutes earlier.
ATLA.V7TO CTTT _
DCCT'ITIL 553(3 ITODSS,
OPEN ALT. THE TEAR.
(w. or •>>«, best equipped Hotels. Steam heat. •ler*tor«
to «U1 floor*- hot and ccM bataa. Rooms with prtTata 3»ta.
m- utta. 3«a view. Cc*a ggS***^**]^
Ownar and Proprietor.
The Salt Breath of the 9m Sr.nsrs Healta.
GALEN HALL.
Sanatorium and HoteL
ATLANTIC CITY. s .r
E!»cant n«r brick building, with new hydriatic bjti.
usFJe "a water. Only one in the country- Resident
physician. F v V , ,-- -.-, Qssisis.l Manaser.
— ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
NEW HOTEL RUDOLF.
Write to hotel for terms and booklet.
CHA3- R. MYKR3.
_. TT r. ct-t? iTTTi^RI > Ocean Grove. N. J. Main
THE STRATt vuv. Avg at the bea, : V) cnolc< ,
, m) . Tabl» abundantly «-■•- ■' A. *- v '-™
-vvw Ct 4REXDON Virginia Aye.. near B«^ch. At-
lant c^Clty J -Enlarged; rebui'.t; capacity 100.
Room, cn C «l"7' -"tth private E>-,ator ?^»-««.
W. H. MILLER. Mgr. M. P. NEIMAJf.
AND EIGHT COTTAGES. BERNARDSXILLE. N- J.
35 miles from New- York, en D.. L. *„3' J . R. IL. Yl»
Barclay or Christopher St. Ferry. Altitude. 800 test.
T.l.phone-7BBemarclsrille. EoRGE TumJßmUtPm _
TEE !?S!¥iLMs.
asbL-by PAKX. N. J.*
Cool spacious piazzas. Fine ocean Tiew. B. R. B.^XPSIt.
" HOTEL BRUNSWICK.
ASBCRY PARK. N. J.
Dlrec'ly on the Be*ca. The leadlnc hotel tn erery »•-
Addr«. MORGAN A PARS
THE SUMMEKFIELD. «■*» grove.
Ocean Pathway: Ones- location, fsclrur ses and andt
torium. June-Octcber. Ping gon«. y. 3. HAYNSa.
TVtT? *;TR-VTFORD, Ocean Grove. N. J — Mala
rooma. Table abundantly supplied. A. W. LYM.VM.
SPRING U^KE. N- J. -PALMER HOT'SH. NOW O»*ssK.
Booklet mailed. J R- PAXJOOs,
MA»».%CHTSETTS.
TTDOiS K3[l^ lEIKBGHfIDIJII.,
MAGNOLIA. MASS.
VfnAvm s> «Tery detail. Cul»ln» and eei»lce osezea:l*4
oTJStSo. Suite* wlti baths. For terma. etc. •*.
***•" A. W. HODGDO». Proprietor.
BTINGTON COTTAGE,
STOCIvBRIDGE. MASS.
Ooen Jnly I. Under »na«j»m«it of Mrs. B. C Fater
■ob. Itatei *10 to Jls s*r '"eek. Address StocfcbrKJg-.
Msia. __^__
-»,^ Titr t a LTO* ft. eleratlen;
BERKSHIRE HILLS. sood acconunodatlcss;
terms moderate. H P. LAMSON'. AUndar. Mass.
YEnMOST.
HoniTAn SMIHB HUTS,
LA.KE DUNMORE. VT.
In t»* Green Mountains. Elevator electric l!«Wa. all
J - a oSdoor ««rt». .xcllent cu^ne^ gend^for^Bo^-^
IK THE HEART OF GREEN MOrXTAIMB.
LAKE UniMOffiE EUSE
AND COTTAGES.
Hotel LAKB DVKMORE. VERMONT.
Hotel r«nod»«n«d. "•P*P« r « i - v , sani i*!j, II n p i ul f #^S XZ
(» Plant: boaUn*. bathing. *****JS?f*jJS£&- '"
booklets, rates, etc. addre— CHARLBB A. WW
MIPDLETOWN SPRINGS. VT.
TTQQI KB (E) SOIT^ IE GBTT
er? W GcTTen^r^^£T^^S issi«£rsj2S.i 55i«£rsj2S. "3^
drM * GEa L. WRICHT. JR.
/i lenwood and cottages.— in es« psm*: i»i«"t
U *o«l en I^s B *^\tf^£n&***. Vt.
f\ DVEF.TISEMENTS and »ul>»i-r!pnon« for Ta» TiltluM
r*c«lved at th«tr r?town Offlc..
N.-> I.3ft* BRQADWAT.
BitwMn S«tH and STtlt sU.. uatU • a'claa* ff* ah, -. ,

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