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r*t>t« of No LSI Eaal Elghty-fourth-st; ■ five story
hrirk building, pending a cult brought by b«-iiK
R N^uhersrer iiKain?t Josephine C. Rorriach and
othT? to foreclose a second mort^aße.
Ni;\\ .. ::.\ 1; STORY HOTEL. LEASED.
Henry .i Broker has leased to Avetill & Gregory
t:-i new twelve story hotel. No. i" to 44 We I
'i iiirty-fift<i->t. Th? lease is for twenty-one years
.ci.-i the .-tpprep-ate rental Is nearly 5900.000.
THE BRONX BUILDING PLANS.
Third-aye.. No.*. I.IU and 1,13, two live story
r>rick store* and tenemenl bouses, 25x92 and Sxß9;
Stephen M. Anderson, owner; Rudolph Moller, ar
chitect; $>.'»-■
Whltlock-ave.. east side. 44 - (eet south of West
<-h<-st« r-jv. 8M fool retaining wall: Real Estate
Corporation of New-York City, owner; John De
Hart, architect; S3O.OUU.
HOTEL FOR COLORED PERSONS.
tocher & «'o. bav< -ii.i No. 331 West Thlrty-
K-ventli-st.. si» Sx9S.9. to John McDonald. It is
■ thr«*i» story buUdtng, altered for \u>i purposes,
and la leased for five yearn, at R*.*>«» for the term.
It will be v.-< <1 exclusively for colored i" >!'!•"•
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Interior 3"?. at '-.-!:i'. 24th and 25th sts, and 253
ft c ut Mh av«-. run* s :■■ u\ c l.">x n W.Ox w I"..
•i'Tf .f Hunii.l!r*>s to Aaron S Shapiro; all
•I'l' . B and S; - ■■•ic-<»;. (10.000 ......... $1
i'.th-Ft. s b. .Vm» ft v ..f 7ih .... 1.%x1(i0.6; John
McDonald to ■ iron s Shapiro; mortsase.,
17^09 ..... 1*»
iVh-M. No 'S<<> West. 15xJOS.fi; i:ii/.ii Hull to
Ti.iwnrd Bare: niort«n«., ?7.'h«. io.ooo
Sam" prop^ity; l^dwaid Buys to Aaron S Shapiro;
m'Ttgap 1 , .«4.<nh> " 1
IT.th «. .No a>S West. l."!jft*.tt: Uenrsje .1 Hum
plirrys to Auroii S Shapiro; mortKage, $10.(i0«.. 1
Park-aye. No 4.170 to 4.175. n c corner 176th-ct.
106x1011; Julia .1 n'illUnu. widow, etc, to
Cbcrfes F Bradbury; 'i part; 1! and B: Ca G
mortxap-. $|O.«««ii 1
lli'th et. ii k, S3S ■• <■ of 7th aye. aUxlW.ll: Will
iam i'..r:--.r la Anna Korster; all title: morl
us/. . j:.>;.i ■«> 1
llVtli-6f. n s=. 2?, iii *• of "th a\e. ««x10it.ll;
durin Forstei to Anna Forster '2 part; ni"rt
g»Ke. $>.'^MI . . 1
liath-at, n a, 265 ft c of 7th-ave. 90x100.11: Anna
Tomer to Charlfs l'orster; 'i part; ni"rtgHS<".
126.000 1
134th-*t, No 20 West 23x59.11: Pauline <Jlas?man
to V.'illUm E Miller; mortgage. $20.000 1
nt m. -No 324 West. 2O.S<x!>S.;>; Em* M Phillips
to Thoma* Hushes; 1 <> part: all title 800
dtp Propcrtri lor sale
L. H. & J. W. SLAWSON
Offer for Sale
In the sth Aye. Section :
Above 42d St.. Between sth and 6th Ayes
Four-story house, nearly 17 feet wide,
in pood order; immediate possession;
cheap at $40,000.
Just West of sth Aye.. in the 50's.
Full ■width, four-story house, with but
ler's pantry extension; in pood order;
exceptional rear. Entire street restricted
to private dwellings. Price very rea
sonable.
On 57th St.. near sth Aye.
Four-story house, nearly full width; has
largre three-story dining-room extension.
Owner anxious to sell. Asking $120,000.
Near sth Aye., in the 60s.
House 20 feet wide, in excellent resi
dential street: pood rear; suitable for re
modelling. Asking under $83,000.
In the 70s. Just off sth Aye.
Full width house on north side of street;
dining-room extension; splendid rear,
excellent order throughout; immediate
possession. Price, $130,000.
Full Width and Extra. Deep.
. Near Park Aye.. in the lower 70's; house
ie in good order; bright rear. Price
$55,000.
On 76th St.. near sth Aye.
Four stories, nearly 2O feet wide; B. P.
extension; good order; immediate posses
sion. Cheap at $65,000.
North Side of 79th St.. Nea.r sth Aye.
Four-story house. IS feet wide; butler's
pantry extension; splendid rear. Ask
ing $75400.
Lower 90"s. near sth Aye.
On north side of the street, full width
house, with large extension; In good
order; especially pood rear. Seen by ap-
ointment only. Price, $80,000.
L. H. & J. W. SLAWSON
536 sth Aye., near 44th St.
TKI>. «r,4«i 3«TH ST,
CONSERVATIVE
People are not tookinc for 10 per Cf-nt on Kilt »•■•;?» Real
Ettate Investments We- have an Apartment Hotel, fine
location, leased for lor.p term, pays over 717 1 < on equity.
Ms" an apartment house, on most desirable earner on
Brasvdway, showing over >•' <n equity. Roth properties
can be rrchanged for other good smaller parcels capable
rrf being dlvidc-d. For particulars, write or apply to
F. R. WOOD & CO.,
Tel. connection. (12 Columbus Aie.. at BOtn St.
- - — — "' Four story BulMinsa,
A PARK AYE. I Stores and Apart
*-"«~su v'itq ' ">er«ts. In excellent
tOK.r«LSV. | repair, netting over «
... • pei cent, and never
any vacancies; a property certain to rapidly increase ln
value. Further particulars apply to
DCFK ft CONCUR. Madlsou a\o.. corner w.th St.
79TH ST..
near sth aye.— Beautiful f..u^ Btory Restdeace; pries
!T." 000; land nloi:» worth tht money. Particulars
DUFF (SL CONGER.
Madj-on avc.. corner Mta st
EXTRA WIDE DWELLING ■=■ "
Near ;de ••a;iie.ii«|; modem and ln .-xcellent condition
«-i;h uaobstrurted rear. I'rlce. $15tl.<X><t
WHITEHOUS£ N &;';pqRTER,
A BARGAIN
«<i \rr.*f~r<ixm x\r-.. north of ISSI Street, a dboloe plot
r.t lots, wnlch ran 1h- !-,ujcht at a very reasonable price.
r«-.r f'lil partlrulara apply t<.
WHITEHOUSE & PORTER,
Furs manufactured by C. C. Shaync carrj the
ciiarjintee of reliability.
(Titn ijtopcrln (To Cct
r' RENT - Moely furnighed bouee ln 63d «t.. near Mad-
J i«<on Aye. F{fnt very re«»ma>ile Inquire of B H I*
!n. I. No. 7 V.all -■ "^ ' '
Real (rstmr.
ROBERT WARD R. E. CO.,
• • \>i|-||-:i.li KiII. DIM., Itrooklvn. N««r V»rk
ikh i in: 101.1.0H I V«; uKiui T\f\;' •
Bkxant three-M..r>- I'iick comer, v. hi, M., r , ".'.xTO
tt'J^i'did bmineaa location; ■ : i .». " ' /
r. r»r.st..r\ "" ! } mm ''' it fra ""- near I'.riugh Hall.
Two fimi!y hotiae, n roome.lot -- i< " Pasaale N .1 •
cur (crtas: «1.40u "
Two family h<-u>e. ele- a nt location. Passair N i - lot
-•■»''■"■ all modern ImprovetMtita: «•«»■>• t.-rins:' *::.ix«i'
Beautiful r«rr« N. • ;■• .. . w l '.. X .i • 7:. acres*' fine
reel* •< mil* rl\e r fr.-ni; .• „t m ; price *.-, <nX» '
Bound Bi->ok. N. j.. 1..7 a< r. -. In town llmiti; .ulUble
for '■"' division: c .vj 1,-, u^ ; ':>-• for futun develop
jnente; price on application. ■«:i««i»
»5» l«r X ,. t,.,ardkiß ho-JKe. BUM with boarders
brtaslnc in '■■ <-■ tooantr; ;>i tn«: botn« full furnished
'" ''"T" T *" :ixV ~ : flt " > * 1 lot-i ' ti " n ln Brooklyn, N. y. ; price
Unction Sales of Real (Estate.
L. KENNELLY, AuctV,
Ull.l, SKI. I, AT AUCTION
WEDNESDAY. NOV. 26, 1902,
at 12 o'clock noon, at the New York Heal Estate Sales
room, 111 Braadiray,
55 EAST 49TH ST.,
F<?ur atorj* American Basetnent White Stone ap.4 !^!».,t
Brick Dwelllnr; all inodt-rn improvements; (.i 7 „f ]r t
1%xU)0.5.
Maps, etc.. at Auctioneer's Officts. 7 Plnis Street.
4 DVERTISEMKNTB ana aubsciiptlnns for The Tribune
A received at tfcelr Uptown Office.
NO. 1.3*4 BROADWAY. .
Between 36tt. and 27' st« . until ft o'clock p. m.
Advertisements will be. received at the following bran,
cflices «.* recular offlct, rates until $ o'clock p. in., vlr •
234 *th-»»«- s. c. ear. 23d-»t. : Ilia «th-av«.. ear.
12th-a».. »2 East 14th-«t.< 2.17 Went -l^.| — .«.. be
tween 7th and fcth aye». : 'lAK\ Went 12.'th »t.: I .rt.SH
3d-ave.. between Wtb and 77th *ts. : 1.020 :td-a\<*.,
near <il»t-6t.: J.7US lut-uve.. near »■:<'). -' ir»7 Kant
r >th-»t.i 15« Trcmunl-ave.t (inn :td-ave., near
•let -*r : SS4 3<l-av«*.t 2141 iile«>cker-at. , :i25
Btee>cfcer-*)t. Brooklyn. S. Y — 2 Ml 4."nnrt-iit.i
SIB «*altli-««-< l.«H« OntM-aTe. .Newark. .V. J.
—TIM nroad>«t. AIM at A. D. T. . .•«!!■ «>
Hutnrnishcb 3.panm«rnts (Co Cet.
Inspection is Invited of the Remaining Vacancies
Apartments of
Every Size
and
Description
for Families
or Bachelors.
with or without house
keeping facilities.
Broadway • 73d to 74th Street
A Summary of the Ansonia's Conveniences
Restaurant, with public and private <lin- and ladies' hair dr*sser3, bank and saf* 5
Ing rooms; also service of meals in apart- deposit vaults, cold storage compart
ments. Valet service, maid attendance on moms, house laundry, grocery, bakery,
ea< h floor, servants by xhf day, w.'.-k or butcher and dairy >I<^jm *t s In the building
month, private carriage s r Tvirp. detective for the exclusive ufp of tenants, cold
service, telephone in each suite, telegraph storage refrigerators and running icf
and iP'-'Fsf'ni;'': station, theatre ticket and water in each housekeeping apartment;
newspaper kiosk, florists, druggists, physl- every room artificially ventilated anO
rianp. dentists, barber shop, manicure cooled in t ht- summer.
SLAWSON & HOBBS, Asts.A s ts.
284 Columbus Aye, near 73d St.
GUERNSEY E WEBB. Resident Manager.
(Citt} Prcnrrtri fox Sale.
In the Purchase of a Home
Location, character a.nd quality of the house, neighborhood and
probable future value of the property are the prime considerations.
With these Points in Mind
EXAMINE THE FIVE
NEW HOUSES
— on.—
Riverside Drive and lO6tK St.
— T T — 77^~. 1 FOR prices, etc.,
These dtvelltngs vary
in size and design, but A Pl>ly to
not in their finish and v |V/r:c ot«i-r-i.
excellence of con- H. !VES SMITH,
\straerion. <* <* *\ 481 Fifth Avenue
24 EAST 8 1ST STREET,
Between Madison and Fifth Avenues.
A palatial dwelling, ready for Immediate oc
cupar.cy, :;l' feel wide and 75 feel deep, with an
extension running the full depth of the lot. viz.,
102 ft. '2 in. Absolutely fireproof in construc
tion. A court 17 feel wide runs u loner the east
erly side of ;ii" house, thus providing abundant
Ughi and ventilation to every room. The house
contains 34 rooms, Including six bathrooms and
lavatories. An electric passenger elevator,
waiter. Intercommunicating telephones,
electric lighting and indirect steam radiation
sire among the various modern Improvements
that have been Introduced. For plans and full
particulars apply to
J. C. LYONS, Builder and Owner,
4 & 6 East 42d St.
FOR SALE. — SO Weal 120 th Pt.. fronting Mt. Morris
Park South. For particulars addn OWNER
Rral (Esicuc tOnmcb.
BUILDING WANTED, S STORIES.
BOzlOn. below CanaJ St.. West Bide
Rent not to ex. eed »7.iH»f
RULAND & WHITING CO.. .-. rf.kkmax st.
OLAT HOUSES OR TENEMENTS In «ood order
1 want<-i p. Ira.-- tor t"im or yeHre. Hlplirst. security;
principals only. ri-:Ti-:iisii.v. 'Z'l'% v.».-t ftPth et.
.fnrmsh,cb Ijonors to tlct.
H 1 ST STI7IiKTT\ KAR R I \ E RBIDE,
Ati extri wide American Basement dwelli.fg, 14 r<«ims
ami 3 rooms. With furniture, and decorations of
niftiest cues: for rent for season at a very reasonable
ARTHUR S. COX & CO.,
31 PINS STREET.
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SUNDAY, NOVEMBBB 23. 1902.
llufnrntsf}cb <£o Cft.
(fitn propcrtn lor Sak
THE MOST SPACIOUS
AND UNIQUELY SITUATED
Fireproof
Residence
NCnv FOR BALE IN NEW TORS CITT
No. 2 East 87th St.
Directly opposite the garden front of one of sth
Aye.'s finest mansions.
The house Is 40 feet wide and 100 f">t de»p. anil has
an enyrn.ent of 13 feel on the wrjterlj fld», thus Insurtnn
perpetual and abundant light In every room.
The house is a conspicuous example of the highest
type of domestic architecture.
Everything appertaining to the moat ndvanced art and
science of construction and mechanics Jims been Incorpo
rated.
For price, plans and details inquire of
any sth Aye. broker.
A 7 PER CENT NET INVESTMENT.
I^HM-rJ to out; rei.jv.n.-IMe t-nant
who pay, runolng expense, and repair,.
WILLIAH R. VVARI£,
r.li-nl.ml.u.Ave., % ]gt gl
Unfnrttislird Apartments (fo Let
EL DORADO
Central Park West's
NEW PALATIAL STRUCTURE.
It occupitu •! .. • m'w. bio. tn.nt. <h.ii, and m,,
Streets. A m;isritnc<>nt new fireproof \r>artment
Building, with a : up. rb lew it ion ; „.i' , i,t '•,
suites of four. five. nix, Pluht, nine, t0,,, fourteen
■nd tip- room*. The equipment Includes every
known device. The lar«< ulti have three Lath
rooms. Bpi Iml accommodation* an provided for
servant*, with separate .•,•,;,,,..,. antJ V utor«
fZwSZ -^"I-Mn,.Md,,,t on prmue,. Rent.!
JOHN V. SIGNELL.
OWNER AND BUILDER
€0 Let for gjtasinf&a purposes.
D>:sk SPACE to
and sth .. ■ so -• ln ' L -"' ■' '
JJAHK 11, „.,-,, I xv 1.1. hulldlna ". .ton
(Tonntrn J3roocrtn .for gale.
HUDSON RIVER ESTATE.
1,006 ACRES.
TWO MILES WATER FRONT.
The van Cortlandt lands. WMtcheiter bounty, 90 miles
from New York, three mil., north of Peeksklll; Hudson
River Railroad goes through the property; extensive r i -
rariar. rights; Brand scenen Including historic ■• An .
thony-s Nose"; the vastest hicli class water fril ,,, _.._..,_„
equally distant from New York. Has been until recent^
barsaln OVW Jf " arß - C<ln "* '~ f -" s " a, a
E. E. SLOCUM. 141 BROADWAY.
division. Ir.gulre of T. B. ITXUERHJu, 'on pwm'se."^
„AJr i:'^.r::r !: :
I^AUV.s in NEW ENGLAND—HI, circular for Bt.mn
I 1I 1 P. K. USLAKP, Mlnot Bid,., Boston. Mali "'
CTIROIN TIMBEH LAND v..-,., North Carolina
\ 25.«)0ft arre-t; can divide In two; accessible. and near
railroad. C. J. BAWDS. 7 Finest.. New-York
1I HI ACRD FARM. WOO; S5 acre* 1350. Potomac
J.UU Du-ktns. Oysters BARRIO* 510 Metropolitan aye '
Brooklyn. .:■•.• .■;■
BACHELOK
SUITES:—
I room find hath, sr.oo
to *!»<«».
■2 room* and bath. ?M>O
to «i,noo.
3 room- nml th. #1 ,20 i»
to 91,500.
HOUSEKEEPING
APARTMENTS: —
Sulfoji of from ft rooms
nml Itatli la am 111 any
rooms us mnj he re
<l I roil, ranuiOK from
Sl.ihhi ii|>«nrH,
Apartment
Hotel Beiledaire.
THE NEWEST AND MOST SUMPTUOUS APART
MKNT HOTKI. OX UPPER BROADWAY.
In this age of progress in aft, literature and
commerce. It Is doubtful if New-
York has taken as big a stride forward
In any one thing as It has In its method
and manner of living:. Even in the
memory of the young men of the
city the limit of luxury in hotel
life was that behind the gloomy
brown walls of th- famous old
Metropolitan.
A score of other hotels of that time
have gone the way of the Metropolitan
and are now forgotten. In their places
have arisen stately structures, the fur
nishings and architecture of which
mark as Nearly us anything the prog
ress which has been made, not only in
thf> out and out hotel, but in the apart
ment house. The apartment house of
fifteen years ago is a depressing relic
of a period In building and furnishing
skill which N T ew York is rapidly for
getting. Its place has been taken to
a very large extent by that delightful
combination of hotel and apartment
life, the apartment hotel. One might
search a long way and not find a better
Illustration of this metamorphosis than
that furnished by the beautiful new
Hotel Belleclaire, at Broadway and
77th street, which will be opened the
l-">th of December.
The Belleclalre fills a demand that
New York has felt for some time. It
is the most complete apartment hotel
In the world; the features of each,
down to the smallest detail, are
thfre. Thp piiites ran>,v from one to six
rooms with bath, and In farh is con
tained every requisite of comfort and lux
ury. Th<»n there Is a restaurant and th*»
oaf<*. which will bear comparison \ % ith any
Apartments. Absolutely Fireproof.
Ilaii'lsom^ly furnished suites to lease consisttnjr nt
r'ARI/m FOUR BEDROOMS AND BATH. R*nt. from
$1-.". "• $-W r**r month. Meals served In th» apartments
or In th» hotel "lining room,
Th' apartm«nts ar» c<-inn<"cted with th«
WESTMINISTER HOTEL.
HAST I*TH STREET.
ONF. FT/iK F-R..M fNir»N BQt'AltE. N. T.
The quiet nnd privacy of a horn» combined •with the
conveniences and trrl^pf tirj^n- — of a city hotel.
T. THOMPSON. Manager.
a NT.W .\r\r.TMi:N r HOTCTa.
112 WEKT T2D st.
Now open Suites furnished and unfurnished.
Tn perfection of equtprnen.l superior servlra and lr«"«
tion It la unequalled Booklet mailed.
GEORGE 8. HARRAT*
Unfurnishco "Apartments ffo tft
Now Ready for Inspection.
Beverly
Hall,
(Q>!th Street,
y i f\'ear Riverside Drive
APARTMENTS
OF 7 AND 8 ROOMS,
!.irne. light, handsomely trimmed
• in hardwood. Large closets.
First class appointments.
Elevator and hall
service.
Rents Considerably Lower
than any similar quarters on
the West Side.
iLAw@IyJIRJ m inliyJlsllß)®,
AGENTS,
284 Columbus Aye.
j
18-20 WEST 25TH ST.,
cAdjoining Bro&d<way And Opposite Trinity
Chdref.
A FIRST-CLASS NEW FIREPROOF
APARTMENT HOTEL, provided with
every modern Innovation for the comfort
ami convenience of tenants. Filtered
water throughout. APPOINTMENTS
AND SERVICE OF A SUPERIOR
CHARACTER. Apartments of one. two
and tin—- rooms and bath, also three
rooms and two baths.
Rents $600 to $1,550.
Th' Cuisine to be a distinguishing feature.
Service « In carte or on the American
plan.
Booklet with floor plans, etc.. sent on
application.
RANALD H. MAGOONALD 2 GO.,
AGENTS.
41 «-Mt Had st.
.... - - •• Beautiful comer Apartment
| ONLY ONE LEFT. ' 8 rooms and 2 batb mt
; ..-, Inlaid floors and every «p
|..iititii • -in most luxurious; perfect service; new build
liib. Madison ..••■. northern*! corner !«>ili st. Inquire
..f HU|n>rinten<!<*nt.
"Tshe VAfi fty-DECKr
64- East 9Oth St.,
A uplrndlil nr.-t flat. »even rooms and hatli:
rent Sl'.. elevator ht>use. rlo-e to Madison mv.
Inquire t*i • ■ i •• lent <n prenilnet, or
DUFF & CONGER.
Mi. on a\»-.. corner 9Kth -t.
" THE CENTRAL,
• •HKtjT OF HL'RKAY m 1,1
831 Lexington avi . corner 30th; one hfish .liix.v apart
n..M-. eight lnri;e. |t«hl rooms, facing street or avenue;
continuous elevator service.
I, A IK. 243 1. .si 3»th
THE AINSOiMA.
On account of the les«rr> leaving town, one .if the nn*st
lult.'i lii th< butMlna miy be obtained at a considerable
reduction. it mi ••!-! all] arranged v hn. thi house
v.«s under construction, for th. present tenant, and ■in
not I- duplicated Then are eleven room? and baths-
Southern exposure Decorated tit suit
SLAWSON & HO BBS,
•JS4 COLl^iniS AVK.
*71 CENTRAL PARK WEST.
One spacious, sunny, earner Apartment; rent $l(»i
Concessions owing t<> iai»n.-K« of th-» season
E. K. VAN WINKI.i:.
477 Central Park West, at 108 th St.
I.> WEST |s.T!i ST — Most desirable Rreproof apartment
Imi fourth Boor, to let.
. Chinchilla Muffs. $35. $50. $65, $75 to $I^o.
Collars. $40. $00 to $125. Muffler*. Florentines,
Victorincs. $i?o to $225 C C. Shayne, Manu
facturer, \2\\ St., near B'way.
Apartment fjottls.
in the rity. The building Is constructed In a
style of architecture which gives It dignity,
neauty and inipressiveness, without undesirable
ostentation.
From foundation to roof fireproof material
has been used in the construction of the Belle
claire. A few facts about the Belleclalre can
not fail to impress th<* reader with th-? care
and attention that have been bestowed on it.
On the ground floor are th«» exchange, the res
taurant, the palm garden, the Moorish room,
the > -;ift'>. billiard rooms and the private rliniiiK
looms. In addition to the main' hall, which is
riarbiiiy Hall i
164-166 West 74th St.
An sscluatra Family an.i Bachelor KssMSwra Hot*l of modern fireproof eonstructlea.
r PRESS COMMENTS:
Furn!sh»<l or unfurnlsh»<l »ult»s at | N T Tribune—
1. 2 * 3 chaaafesra, wtth baths. Marbury Hall Is th* most sumptu-
Inlqu* dee^ratHf aO* _„v Th , , le , orarive -fTerta and fur-
All th» conven.,n,« an.i d.v teM for ' nlshlngs «r« to ""*■*■**" !asrs - a^
many dlsttßfjnJalitaa f-*r U res h«va at
comfort knoivn to architect*. tract<?<i unusual attention.
ÜBlfonned attendants. ! N - T - H"ral<l—
A house with th<» atnesph«r» of «
Domestic cuisine, with surerlor ser- | rich n;ar. • country home. ... A
place of permanent reflden»» tr<r an
vl< "* | \ exclusive daaa of people.
Several handsomely furnished Suites for transient swats by th- we»k or month.
Siberian Squirrel Skin Coats, trimmed with
various furs in stock or to order without extra
charge. C. C. Shayne. Manufacturer. 41st &
4 2d St.. near 6th Aye.
.fnrmoljtb Hpnrtmcnts Co Cet
fpo nENT — Handsomely furnished apartment for *««!<on.
X 'or ■:nf::rnl'-h'l until Oct. I. Astor apartments. .sth
»t. r.nd Broadway.
Ctto hotels.
WEST Twamr-TBiw ST.
NEW YORK
ABBOLUTBL.I FIREPROOF
EUROPEAN PLAN.
RATES REASONABLE.
livllftlralLlsiiyititillyyilfllnl HiiUliE,
ATU\NTH CITT, X. J.
Stone. Iron and Slate Construction.
Whlth remains "i" all th\- year. Is built, furnished and
conducted "ii » plan* equal to that of the best city hotels.
Its central 1 •cmion. v.th an entire block on the ■•••■an (v nt
an.i <"••»• feet "M the Park, Is th» beat It i- luxuriously
equipped ,ii,.; perfectly hc.iied. with a ipectal l*» 10
ratcrlnjc to th* winter tra !e heretufore I nod m I-a\e
«r>.id and in Flo Ida ii- weekly concerts of hlzheat
cr:«o> lusl-' will continue throuahout the year. The tele
phun« tervtc In each room now connects also with the
cllv tystem Each private i- " i Is supplt«] with not and
....Id t*H water an-l fresh water, an 1 I her* is also running
hot ,in.'i cold fresh water in -'.'•" atiest •— •■ ■« Special
mites with private service and dlnttis room are features,
ii* are il*> the beautiful BUe»»s' exchange und dining
r"om. <: ■'•: prl\ll*cei Write for illustrated booklet and
rntr.v
JOSIAH WHITE) * SONS
!
ISA \\ EST 47 Til ST. "
NEW. FIREPROOF
NOW OPEN.
Hi;' •:•>>-'. car< fulh restricted, with superior at>
I po Btm. -it- «ntl pi rfeoi service.
Apartment!) ■■( ■■>•■• two, three or more roonu with
bath; now Mint fttwm,
H -'I plans mid let in- . j >r>t on application. :
M. FRANK MEEHAN. Manager.
Telephone. « km; 3sth. :
THB SI^ATINV; CAPACITT IS MS OF THE
NEW BANQUET HALL.
BROADWAY \M' 41«*T STREET,
HOTEL VENDOME.
Siberian Squirrel Stoics, fashionable length,
MurT to match, complete set, $50. $65. $85. C, C.
Shaync, Manufacturer, |isi & \j<] Sts., near hth
Aye
' .financial.
V 60 HOUSErOWKK m i:i;n:i>i:s isiMri.K
t type* M.K\.\M'K»: FISCHER. r«> West »th st.
ENGLJSH GRAMMAR, composition, ttterature. convey
satton. I.y Knsil.-l> lady; • xpertenced teacher; rcfer
iLren. HI I KAV;, 240 \Wst - J:; . st
\\r.\NTKl> IMMEDIATELY.^ Uidte». Teacber Primary
>» Ensi'.sh. drawing, palntlnn; teacher. Kr.-n.h <:»i
man lor boai-dtn* school. German. French. English gov
erness: tt«rman musical companion for clergyman's
•laughter; »ecretar> : mother's assistant: Fr»mh governess
(South > Miss DONOVAN'S EDUCATIONAL. AuL,^^.V.
30 East l«th et. Ustabll3tied U-S4.
Ijotel*.
skilfully arranged for promenading. Th«
taurant decorations are aft«»r the period
Louis XV. and are the work of the toftw . "
firm in this kind of work In the city. The »°
dons of the restaurant are exceptionally i a ""
opening on to Broadway .md 77th street a j
making the entire room cheerful and well' v»
tilate>i. The prices in the restaurant are to '
reasonable, consistent with good "*
vice and good food. **
The palm garden 13 in Italian reius
same. 1 and has a spacious i dome an*
front worked nut of the most anal
sive cathedral glass. The warm tint
of beautiful Italian marble, combic.'
with elaborate floral decoration n r
palms and tropical plants, make i»
easily the most attractive room la th
hotel, and it will surely becom* th
favorite rendezvous and lounrh
place of guests and visitors, y?
usual care lias been given t.» th-> <v!"
tiration and equipment of the biii|~" 1
room, which is to tv for the » Xc i,
si\ c use of guests. Here women •
well as men will be admitted. <J,i
for their amusement only the hlßh»s
grade of billiard and pool tabW inn
he installed. Adjoining wit] be aw..
ing room and a library, where th.
•vorks of standard authors will b» a!
"ay? at hand for guests, a referenr
library will also be a feature «f thi *
room. ■'• • -'.
In th» men's cafe ".in be the n?^
and stoik tickers, all daily and «m
1; DOhHcatintM of nm». and many »**
tributes which will make it an a^reo
;>b!e haunt for men. """]'
Th* suites of apartments ar«» all lai^,
and airy and have an abundance *f
sunlish? to rcc'imm*>nil them to tsl
most fastidious. Ther» «i be a gxik
i.tit numlwr of furnished apartmert"
to meot tin demands of transients vi
l»ath reorbfl are tiled and have the at
est improvements in plumbing. Tat**
Is an abundance of closet room, a tel»
phone in each apartment. eleetrl
lights ei-^ftri" elevators, stairwayi «•
stone and iron, mail chutes on er«v
floor and special elevators for servant
and baggage.
The service of the Belleclaire will ho
as p«rf»ct as »he long experience of Pronri»rl
Milton Roblee .an make it. There will bTi
**m>ient staff and hall attendants and a staff i
maids and valets familiar with the raontn
ments of well bred people. -■*««*•
(Ptcnrsions
Raymond & {jjhitcomb<
JOURS AND TICKETS EVERYWHERE
CALIFORNIA AND MEXICO. »»*|»«rt
trains, with slee P j r . r . dining, library aod obatrraaai
cars. atrorOlnc every comton an.i luxury la trawl.
•?*•"■ car> f> t/allforaia without cban?«. Vte.
!••. and ir«.-juent!y thereafter. Either one-war
•-in.! trip Urkets. or tickets m-ludlcs every -.-a^l&i
and •••! exjense. - ■
ORIENTAL LANDS. I^**^ o **^
a 'ieMshtfu! t^ur of three months to Ita"ly."Effy«. t!»
H-.ly l-*nd. Turkey and Greece. Th- ,ir-i"«£ms
Ibrouxhool ire first cl^ss acd the Itinerary J-efi!!r
of ri |nt^rest amr '' me may be r!vea at * 11 p<>:r-.i
ITALY. SICILY and SOUTHERN EU- '
ROPE A """^ -»st'.n<r tour of 88 daj». Ms
inji New Yurie April 4th. A coablnatioa
ff this wlrh the urient.il I^nis Tour «m a grand
roun.l of tra\el of live months.
OTH E R TOU RS & &SS. R F r^ 2fi
K\ll.>\ M \M» STK.\MSIIIP TICKETS TO
POIXTS.
Circulars en Jpplicjiicn.
XewTork. Boston. Philadelphia.
-• I nton Sq. 305 •-■.-• St. lwO Ctestaut at.
OLD POINT & WASHIXGTOX.
SPECIAL BOSTON TOUR.
Two especially ir.-anj. ! trips for Thanksglviaf week,
under personal es. .->rt. all expenses inc!ude.i in -.- ttcset.
Senoi for ItSnerarKs, rates* etc
THOS. 11. IIKMIKIt TOURS.
■"♦■•t Knlton «. t .. nrooklyn. 3. T.
instruction
For Young Ladles— City.
BOARI.INti AND DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRIA— K»».
Dr. an.l Mr, CHARLES HUXTIXOTOS GARDS23.
>'rincipals. 007 Fifth Avenue
KrNDERHARTEN TRAINING.— FroeNiI till art IsK,
Z. A ' ntten, Supt.. •»» Irvlr-s PI. near E. i™
»t.. free ichularships ltmiteii; fall term. Wed.. Sept. 1*
AIRS. LESUE MORGAN'S "
Ji BOAKDIXC * DAY SCHOOL FOR '3IRLS.
3 and '.'. West >«th Street.
Near Central Park. Mew V r* Ctty.
REOr-HX^ WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 13T
"^fRS. FINCH' a CLASSES AND BOARDING SCHOOL
~ .X T. «;iri.s. DAI SCHOOL. 773 FIFTH AT».
COR 38TH st
BoarJlng Dept . 73S Madison Avenue, near 64tiS»et
For Boys and Young Men— City.
COLUMBIA • W9TH TEAR.
34-30 E. 3 1ST ST.
UFf\\lM\l» Tli>:oinh prepiratlon for CitasM*.
ttUA.M.MAK Princeton. Yale an! Harvarf. for La»
ana Me<lk-al Sehcola and .s'.aess, Pri-
SCHiMII. " lar y Classes i^aboratortes. On*
_____^^ nasium. Grounds for Athletics.
Wl'-*!W I '-*! lo do wuh my boy. Phrenology will all rsa.
¥¥ royua & WELJ.S CO.. CO East Sam.
For Both Sexes— C:y.
ITALIAN LANGUAGE
-* SIUNORA .\fARIA INKS DALmn
»53 PARK AVENGE. .
"I » A C X kit
- 1 COMMERCIAL SCHOOL,
Fourth Aye. i in a Phone 101— '■*-
I'm and K\enlng -45th Year.
I HI- SfHOUli THAT MAKES A
si'C-I.M.TV OK EACH STI7DEXT. . •
V.< bettor time t.. entvr than now. Ask ft* i^ls>
l"C«e T. - -
CEKGT. HENRI BARKER. M B. C. P. E. GT?»r
Ora f |T!re, >urth rr.shytrlan Ctmrrh. IlitSl . "West
Av*.— La<Uen' claiava in Ftnein^ Gymuasttc* Arcn*rr.
I'hysl.-al an.i Musical I'rill. feVhaola and hrtW WWfft;
milE BERUTI SCHOOL. OP I.ANi:i'AGES. __ .'-,
-L Madison Square tils: Broad way*. Brooklyn. TS Orort 51.
New Terms begin now. — Trta! --«• M fr<w.
For Hoys and Ti>ung Men— Country.
HIDSON RIVE.': MILITARY ACADEMT. Nyse^ 3
miles •■ V V.: location superb: appointment* nag
nlfloent; complete equipment for lnfintry. oav .. I T-JS
artillery; a hlsh srade safe preparatory =..'hool; illustrates
catalogue < a pt. J. WILSON. V. I V- A M.. aipt.
MAPLKWOOD. Concardville. I'm. *»4. Yale. H*r»srf
and Weslejan men Instructors Wakes up 6OT» "
duties of life. No Tobacco. J. SHORTUDGE. frln. __
Schorl Agencies
\MKRI« AN AMD FX)RE!GN TEACHERS* AGBWCT
A supplies Professors, Teacbera. Tutors. Go»emess««.
etc.. to rollejres, Srhoois and Families. Apply to
Mrs M. .1 YOrXO-FfLTOX- £' Vnioa Sqai.'*-,,
Dancing £\.ca2icmic3.
m ge«»u«;b ix»i>worth —
TatURUB VJ EAST litTII STREET.
is kasi c.tTii sTßsstrr
Unsse* and Private L*3f=on».
Th-: :»7th " ■■>.'» ;io'* oj-en
Alaska Sealskin Tacktrts and Coats, elegastly
finished, lowest possible prices for reliable up V
date garments. C. C Sha>-ne. Manufacturer, 41
& 4^d Sts. Bet B'way * 6th Aye,

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