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THE WEEK IX REALTY.
Light but Varied Business, vrith In
crease on Last Year.
Tt-t «•**"* dealing* were again few la number Tl-.ere
was, however, a considerable mcreeee over the corre
sewndlng we» cf last year, when there were only forty
two traakaexlotia SBfsMsi as against seventy-two this
year. There were or.ly thirteen parcels offered la the
tecticn room, of which two wei« voluntary, and with
drawn. Of the other eleven five went to the plaintiff.
The lajtoriast Lowther estate sals has been indefinitely
{•cstponed ty Hurt
The sales of the week have, however, presested an
exoe-llect variety, ana ■-?.* total ehowlr-S was- somewhat
Better than that of th« few previous weeks. Though
brokers are giving little he*C te U.« future, there Is no
M«akrMCa«?parer.t In the lnveetmsnt market. The three
•jscrpt;nr.» to th* general run of tales so prevalent tn
the last Jew weeks were th«e of an apartment house la
Was" L«d-e,ve. and Eighty-flrdmt... No. 76 Beelcmaa-*t.
*::i the dwelling boiise at No. 8 East 81xty-eecond-et.
* BSSsd lateiy The Bronx has been th* centre of ec-
Uvlty. Thls Is <sue to the first effects of the subway.
Indeed, there la now much (peculation as to Just bow
general the effect of the rapid transit plans win be. The
pltns for the West Side. It Is generally believed, will
,-rofitly beseflt real estate holders to that region. Seo
u&n» where improvement Is expected are those along
<*erard and Jerotae avei.. the Astor properties along Oce
1 ur.fire«-an(i-flfty-«rsV-et. and One-hunfired-and-#lxty-
Ke^enth-et. and the Grand Boulevard. Fleetwood Park.
Ihe Ogden pmpertr and the remaining Morris tracts.
The eSeeta of the proposed East Bide subway are not so
tpv.trer.t-
As the renting «easoo begins to open there are favor
able reports In every direction. From Forty-eeoond-st.
to the Harlem River there axe fewer vacant houses an!
fiats than la any previous year, and more tenants have
i lew on their leaeee this couth than ever before la An- ,
-CtxutrauHaix Mews" for fsts tncnta says of Che gen- 1
eral SUIMVUMU
Butifilng continued active during July throagtwtrt the
entire couctry. The totals lor the month make an
exceedingly good snowing compared with those for the
•arse »«riod a star ago. During July permits were
is*ei out in tw«utF-*ix of the principal ciUes of the
• -wir\ according to offlrlal reports u> * "Construction
• v w.-'* tar the eons«rucUon ot KBIB bulSdlnes. at a
iotal cost of t55.06a.551, against. 7.082 bulldlD 8 s agfcre
gailng $29,823.220 to cost, as compared with the hum
no-ith a year «s°. an Increase of 1.236 bulldlnrs ana
«■ i44.CC5 in cost, or 18 per cest. To get a correct view
.< tnasttaatha It is worth while to remember that
the totals lor twenty-three of the principal cities for tho
north of June showed an Iccreabo of almost $12.0uO.OtH>.
• r 42 per oeuj. as coou-artd with the corresponding moctii
a rear ago.
Collins * Collins sold last week for Thomas J. Mo
mugh'Jn, a fireproof dwelling house at No. 8 East Sixty
t#^oJfl-«L. The bu-er Is Warner \an Norden. of the
Va^N^to Trust Cl Jini The asking price was J2.0 -
000 but It cold for something less Lhan •260.000. It Is
- new He-hi nor.. Ameiioaa basement dwelling, six
r»«ri>« inheisrht built to the end of a lot 25x100.5 feet.
miiimiatob* one of the best constructed dwellings
iVf this Sty. It was designed by John H. Duncan aud
Cn s£% ;«r. Dl^o rn V SaVTem- transfer*, M. Uor
r-nufau. Tr!r & Co. sold for G. L. Morgei.thau and others
•he plot 100x89.11 feet, on the south aide of one-hun
■ *r*d-snd-forty-iourth-6i... 225 feet went of Lenox-eye.
nobert B. Perklr^ told for tie estate of the late Cbarle.
3t. Kemar the plot cf eleven lots at th* southeast corner
of Broadway and One-hundred-end-firty-slxth-eU with
»a L to On*-hundr*d-*nd-flfty-£ftfc-«t. The parcel has
1 front**e of lUO feet In Broadway. 23E feet In One-hun
dre4-and-fifty-»lvtl3-»t. and &> feet in One-hundred-and
nr:y-firth-*L. the latter plot beginning 1»5 f^et east of
Broafiwav. The plot fsees Audubon Park and th* sub
way station at the Junction of the Boulevard Lafayette
with Broadway. It is. now occupied by & large frame
isre'.atg house and stable.
Three lots in The Bronx sold at a go?J figure. Solomon
Ptera sold for Mrs. Helena Stuti three Jots on the west
aide of ThSrd-avt . 25 feet south of One-hundred-and
weniy-third-et.. in site 75x100 feet, at about J24.000.
It Is ntesAeod th.at the lots are already under negotia
tion for a resale through the same broker.
Pease £z EUimaa leased for Maria L. Dehon No- 234
new eiz etory American bes«ment dwelling house at No.
t» Ea*t Flfty-firet-st for a term cf years to K. A. V»n
de-:i; sb^Assistant tsecretary of the Treasury.
Pe**e & KilianLn leased tor .Maria L. L>ebon No. 22*
Klfih-ave^ a live story business building on lot 28x100
feet. The lease Is (or * term of years, arid the argregate
rental about $300,000. James O'Brien sold No. ** West
■e»e ill llisj sl a four story Arr.ericin basement dwell
tng on lot 25x102.2 feet. The seller has juet finished the
Jiouse. having b.->urW th» lot on which It stands In May.
1803, flan; Ean-.unS Coffin. A large parcel of property
at Mot'.-*ve. and Whlte-et.. Jamaica, »»i bought at auc
tion by lira. Annie IS. De»-«ry, wife of William 8.
De^-ery. ex-Gbsef of fat New-York police force, for
1£8,500. The property Is near the Long Island Railroad
sutlon. It was auctioned off ty James W. Treail
*ell, referee la the suit brotir»it by John J. Byrne
egainst William J. Keho« and others. Clifford M. Bhur
toan and Wright Barclay sold for Mr«. Henry A. Bar
day to a, client Bonnie Brae, Lenox. Mass. The estate
rx>L.sim\.t of thirty acres and a mansion. A Is?, for David
Greene to Mrs. Henry A. Barclay Nor. IS2 and 134
Greene-ct.. a six story store and loft building, on lot
Z£.2*irlOo feet.
Among the building plans Is one la Ma£l6on-ave. and
Kinety-£ever.th-«t.. northwest corner, for a six ttory
brick fla*. house, trxOD 11 feet; Manntuicr Realty Company,
V' IBS Broadway, owner: D. fi'-ixie. Bible House, archi
tect. $190,000: lv One-huadred-arrd-flfty eaeor.d-tt.. south
• An, «md -d-SJiii-flfty-nrßt-et., north side, *)O
feet west of Amstercara-ave. . for six six story brick Cat
houbes, «5?55.1l feet; H. R&abe and uoiher. No. 810
Wen Eixty-fourta-st.. owners; Moore & LandelMlel,
srtiijttct*. st «i«Jo.Out»; In One-hunfired-and-elghty-thlrd
»t.. r.onb side. 100 feet west of Jerome-are., four two
■tary frame dwelling houses, 2C>x47.& feet; Northwest
• 'obstruction Comj^any, ovner; K. J. Garvin, arcbltect;
••.'"j/i'J: and lv . -l-tlghty-thlrd-st., north
1ic3... '£. feet writ of Lia-.idson-ave.. two two ttery frame
• veilings. 110x47.6 feet; Northweet OonsUTjctloa Company,
o'T.en; M. J. 'Je.i-.ic, arcMtect; Slu.OOu.
[sMI ™i'« "Beal Estate Record end GulCe" said:
I.«at seek "The liecord and Oulls" statel a« one
reason for cor.r.dsnze In en active real ebiat* market
next winter, that renting coniiilons continued to be
good. as a c traep 1. :•: -at Hr 1; t-xceptlon to this U3firtlon
a special ar.il carrful canvats was made of Hu-lcra
«u>4 th» Cut ar.d West tides cariL.? the liiet week, and
tht. truth of ths asrerUon fully verified. Jn Harlem
th« losai brokers rep<.Tt without exoeptlen a^ exoelleTit
leasA«4 at .■!!.. for tenements, fiats aril •■■. ate 1 >a» .
ThU ienuu - doei> not Mtenci to the r-un^iace <»r ih»s«
b-j;'.i-.:.p'. for tcUiric ccr.-ilttcns are dlttl^ctly unfavorable
at prfs«it, us they naturally would be aflEr the rivtous
speculit'on cf th» last yrjtr. tut tfcs dtmuiid for rent
abje rpace exceeds th« (apply, ai-.d It is exi*ctt-3 that
by the end of this mcntU very few vacancies will remain
Ttere er« icw«- rwx. ho it U et»t«>j. t.-ia!> there w-ro
at the corret-pontUn*; time in IK'S. aM la:ido«r.erF are
not cbllgta 1 1 make any coiicei-iion* in orJer to ohtala
tenk=t». The only builc!nr» which thould l>e exct-pted
*rc-m this *tatem<mt ar-- rone tcnemeßt and flat houses
which hay«. chanre.l h 1 d» ir«Qu«r::U> during ttie recriit
circulation, a;»,i! si Increasing iniu**. until U;e
present cwrr has inada excesuv* advances In rm' in
-c«^<rr to put his profits <, a a suffic!"ntly go-.-! telling
bae-.s. TU-re ere a mater <;f aoaies partly vacant
for this reeson; but trjs r«isjn la Fiievia! ar.d its
KSORs wlli toon tfiiEjjpcar. On tha West Side renting
cociliijj.s a:e, if ar.ytrjnr. even ba:ler. Tht- brokers'
offices ?re overflowing with people inquiring for hous«
room, the eslstlr-s vacar.oies are bdQg raj.idly ftUed. sad
renewals are frequently t*!ce made at advancing rentals.
Thin ajsOtas to private dwelUnga. H' w«-1] fcK to apart
•nerti; Altogethrf. there is tvfry evider.co thai however
i-^neld-reol* the emigration tram Mar-hattan has be^n
the Cer.i&na for bouse nyjiu exceeds Ox sapplr n.ni w'll
»-ncoura*« l,u!l,icrs to erert <lurirg the coming year evtry
srade of reslijentiaj acooram^aiiun rxcert the must
*xi*ne!ve private dwe'.lir.g*. Evca for such dwelling"
however, the n»-mand, while it ie not ■ufnci»nt to clear
the .-xi^ng surplus off the market. If very fair and
costly properties. It is l^crxn'r.g nior* and m- re evident
!il-I h V lm ,V ha i th ! & ™*^** from which the real
I^n %^'5 :r ? et .. Bufiered mwt durlr -C '-!>* >«•- reason will
wftfrt l^ ,12m. mCr6 rtr ;} a! Ee " hral b"**" condition*
«hieh ar» coming to prevail, end that only a cor.ti.iuatlon
TRANSACTIONS IN REALTY.
H. Baa*** and 11. Heller ha'-e Fold the lot. 25x100
feet. or. tlit tou'hwest corner in One-huri'src-a-and-f<Tty
seventi-st. and St. Ann's-ave.
. tlawsoa ti llobbs have rtnted the fullotring house- No
42 West SM-ent:--rtxth-«t .. -.o W. Sar.dcrf; No. 341 We fc t
C^htj-Cfth-tt., to Mr. Bootb; No. -jrs West Ninety
2?3ssCJNOT** N Ti- 18 . enty-f ourth-st., to
Sarn^^*? Vts J — Z - *" Et fc « v «-nty-fourth-Ht., to B.
;o; o "3'l,; t^f v , CSt Eiyhty-slnth «t.. to Mr. Cohen
-
N^° ? 4V W^V^'cV to Mrs.' Glea.. ,1
«.. to Mr. .'* aasaa No. 20, W<tt B^nTv-»;inrt I?"
*o O. StattUj Ktt. IK. We*t KliMvJflf.h «T I . A
, to Mr. Kill-
B«W«st Ei--- ' " -V ' * lu ~- I ' laie: N
EmijsL . ■ / '• ■■' '
f-»urU->
Hr. G. * • «•
tr M- M«r * l ■'••
aUDCtoB 6w r. rular d?D,h"
RudaMky h. .
xlw'lTJee? 1"1 "^ 1 h ° a * X N °- i2JB T»*?^:Sr joTSW
Philip prelselrock».t 1 a» »old «he two four story br'rk
B ."-f,-^.-' .en plot ■■ ••"■ "••■■ Jn •;- ■ ith ;d. of
Or^uudre«i- a nd-nfi;-thl,d. f-t..f -t.. «w feetVeS of Court-
DaMd St»-«art hat rolj (h» 'Ijt. SJ 2 |4« feet, at tbe
NMlkSast ccrri-r In Arthur-.t. »n.! Vwh "v, b '
U. Rcxenfei.l and M. M.:i»r ha\» t r,i<j tn , - CJ t»,.M>f
iam-av" °»» not"»r?.n o t"»r?.^ > ,d-H', d -H' - •"^'' « tmster
(iSr '" -*' 11"01 ' 1 " 0 f ""- "' ;i M»- i:n B iar.l«r to A. J.
—<? nSt\« "^M« r ., t0 'f^SS SM S.^olvin'No:
T-irt.il re^" J v""u ""' neTlt } 'O-»«. on lot 25.5 x
\.ii,^' y R J*£? %a * ht * '"'-I N* 318 W«t "ightv
f££ ' * hrM ****. c ii L ' **»*. on lot StalOO 5
wSi^oLi^SLi^'* bo;l , for «»«f Van Houten No. 24
f^r Kory
rtory Ujneovu Lou«. Nt,. -^v i-^?..,^. 23 ?5xl00 ll
t^fQ^^-S^?^* 1 hav * • ol<! tnr • Mrs. Lumbtrto
to a. Rablaewits the five et.^y ♦. n emert hotiwi No 227
E»*t J«l3»ty-Hiirvert;t.«t.. ffixlftj) fees
wSw* fc.^.s-. - f ;.)': I 'L'T
co M MlsWl feet !Sl A ' :u * " V
David £ttrwart i»V «:d the P ;.>t. ?1i144 r.M on tha
settbeart corr.fr (a Anhar-«t. and Kour" s'-i. ' °" th
REALTY NOTES.
1 W. 11111 * *" IMUIM '" "• t- ctajopUu Nos 308
no W««t *******-*■. a "1«" story Rreprocf
*^^bcrr:e Bmtth * Cn. kiv« >ese^ th* following
For Jolas K. ■illll g to Tfcera** Smith. No U» An
f. ;botv-» .v«. '. . - :.
, »>• Ik* Jf »w-y«rk aUnldag ana Balldltg. Loaa Own-
Unfurnished Apartment* to Let, J Un\
ANNOUNCEMENT
>Ujt jjiiii , x&
RIVERSIDE DRIVE
-AND—
SEVENTY-SECOND ST.
C TTTTTF C 5 rooms and bath to
JUII 15 ROOMS AND 4 BATHS.
HOUSEKEEPING APARTMENTS
LEASES ARE NOW BEING MADE
FROM OCTOBER 1, J904.
Positively completed and rea-dy
for occupancy September First.
pany to Joseph Mateo. No. 808 West One-candre4-»Tia
eighty-flftb-st.; also Mo. BSS Au<Sub<M-*vs. to Willis m
Collier. . __
For Nelson A. Lawton to Abrthua OooAidm^. No. SB3
W«st One-huadre<J-*n<J-elrhty-thlnl-st.
Fc«r Dr. Bartlett to John Somna, a cottage In Wsde
worth-eve. lor three yean.
For M. I* * C. Ernst to Mn. J. Bray. No. 6 Wash
ington Terrace! No. 14 'Washington Terrace to Mrs. T.
Fltrpatrlck: No. 9 Washington Terrace to George F!nk
For Frank C. Bmlth to Louts Felnberg. No. 613 West
Orie-hun<Jre<J-ana'-elghty-nfth-et-
The real estate brokers cf The Bronx met last even-
Ing at One-hundred-and-forty-nlnth-st. and Bargeis-«ve.
and formed a temporary organisation. B. F. MeQuay
was elected temporary chairman, and H. Cahn, temporary
secretary. An ore;anl»atlop committee was appointed as
follow*: William Etooebrldge. B. V McQuay. H. Cehn.
Walter TVhewell. M. Man and William It Theirs. Tht
next nesting 1* to be held b*pt«rab«r 9.
THE BRONX BUILDING PLANS.
Elsemere Place, north slSe, 178 feet west ef Marml.->n
are., two story tram* dwelling-. 20xB8 fee', Amelia Perk,
owner; J. J. Vreeland. architect, (3.000.
Prospect-are)., east aide. 287 feet north of One-hun
<lrea-ar.4-«!jhty-£j St., two lory frame dwelling house,
21x54 feet; Russell Realty and Improvement Company,
owners: J. J. VreeJand. architect: ♦« 000.
Ja9erson-rL, east aide, 878 feet north of Morris Park
»v»., two storr frame dwelling house. 21z48 feet; Joseph
3>jk«>. owner: Timothy Kelly, arcblteftj $3,600.
Ho*-ave.. west ride. 150 feet north cf Ox:e-rmn'ire4
and-slxty-seventh-st., five three story frame tenement
bouses. 20xfi5 feet; Hyman Aelrood. owner; Charles B.
Clark, architect; f*o.ooo.
BUILDING PLANS.
One-bondred-and-twelfth-et., Koc. «14 and 810 Ea*t.
for a six story brick flathouse and st ire. 40x37.11 feet;
F. Mar.de!. owner; Horeaburger * Stranb, architect*.
$86,000.
Thlrty-Cftb-»t., No. 618 to 628 West; for a two story
brick factory, 80x67.10 feet; A. K. Ely. cornier | H. A.
Jacobs, architect; (9.000.
Brooms and Varlck streets, northeast corner, for a fix
story brirjt tenement house and Stive, 48 2x«o fe«it .
J. \\>!nsteln. owner: Bernstein & Bernstein, architects,
142.000. (
Lenox-eve, anl One-hunarefl-and-twenty-Rfth-et..
southeast corner, for a three story brick office* and store.
I'm 11x100 fret; Marlon Rtalty Company, owners; c. B.
Meyers, architect; IVJ.OOC.
AUCTION SALES THIS WEEK.
MONDAT. AUGUST IS.
By Joseph P Day: 45« Br'Adway • r. 30 ft n cf Grain!.
ft. «iilt'>T 6 story bldg; Joseph liyman ajtt Jac^b Ben.
eteln tt >1; U a 4 I 8 Isaac*, attys; J outudalra, ref;
imt due. SiV.iTT 11: taxes, eta, $i.WJU
By James L Weils: Tliertot-ave, • a, 100 '• n of M<--
Oraw-e\e. ."iCixl ••'. 2 story dwg l) M Q >lace «t a I
trustees, agl Alice Walsh; Nub!» & C, attys; I* R Tr.wn*'
ref: a:nt due. $3,523 4«; taxes, etc. $45 J6: White Plains
Jtoad. n c cor Bartholdl-ave. 100.6x101.11x100x01.6; action
>.'■< 1; M O Mace et al, trustees. a«ct Louis r>i«ito et a!;
Noble & C. attys; 1' R Tonnn, ref; amt due, IMB7171;
taxes rte, (32t)63; - -aye. s c cur Bath' '11
158.111. t-OxJOOxaSxlOOxfiO; action No 4; iam«
i.tn tame; same atlys and ref; anst due. $3,414 77; tat*;*
<:c. ?Jl7 0S; > -r.-r-ave. * w cor Bartholdl-ave. 100x125;
nrt.on No .'. . gams agt Mine: same any» Mil ref; amt
due. $A!;U)feS: taxes, etc. $214 211 ; White Plains Koa.l.
» c cor Jda«er.t*-<ive. 127.1 1x104. «x2sx a ]<■«< to Uase&U
P , ! f Ce X .100. 100 ? 23( >-6; action No 2: name ast >iir.«: same
attys in l r-r. amt due. $"5,637 10; tajiks, etc, HM4L
TUESDAY. AUGUST lfl.
By James X. Welle: 163 and 105 2d-avc, n w cor 12th-
Ft, 61.SxhO, m story b ten h: William I- Coodlt against
T S Godwin et a!: James. 8 A E. attys: £ D Lxukr, ref:
amount due. $7G.ti2B 19; taxes, eto, $1,538 32.
By Joseph P Day: 8.211 and 3.215 31-a\- 0 w cor 162-!
Ft. 60x04.6. f bldgsj Bherl£T» halt, all liirht. «te. Otto II
'>or« 1: February 5. 1«)3; James Keamsy, atty; MI.
Krlanirer, Sheriff.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17.
Ey L .7 Pnllilps & Co: 200 75th-rt. ■ s, 114.2 ft © of
Sd-ave, 10.7x102.2. four story b dwr h: M H Bell act
Ana Hoiglni et el; Bowers & 8. attys; Jamta Frank,
re? amount due. $*.655; taxes, etc $323 43.
By James I. Well.: 2.780 to 2,784 Broadway, n f cor
107th-et. 81.1x103.3x25.2x25x100.11x09.1; seven story h
Ud«: Washington LJf« Insurance Company list A SWll
rt al: Foster & T. attys: N W Chandler, refi amount due.
Jl7i<,4''66a; taxes, etc, 11 504 12.
By D Phcralx Inrraham: 4.43S Park-ava, -w s, 897.3 ft
I r.f 162d-st. 25xft0.3x25xM.11. two c.tory dT (j h- 13 i,
Curran as (tdn. Bft C A Bernhardt et al; C W Cowman,
atty; F D Arthur, re?; amount due. $(,419 27; tax«sv etc,
9690.
THUIIBI/AY, AUGUST 18.
By .Tair.es L. Wells: 858 89th-«t n a. 100 ft • of »tli
ave. • -.•-.lt, 4 story b ten h: T B Powers art D it
Strauss and another; Curtis. M. P & C, Httys; C Ii
Strer^. ref; amt due. 5T5.868 23: taxes, etc, (32.
By Joseph P Day. 12th-«t, us. 155 ft w of Prospect
Terrace. Wllllamsbrldee, 26x114; J F Mooney. as trustee,
agt J S Wood -t al; M J Efran. any; D F Cohalan. ref:
unit due. $3,723 24: taxes. etc, $2*o; 12th-*t. n b. 18') ft
w of Prospect Terrace, WlllUmsbrldge. 25x114; same
8«t Fame; uun« atty and ref; e.mt due, $3,728 M; taxes,
ate, $240.
FRIDAT. AUGUST 10.
By » A Sherman: 10 *lott-st. c c. 21.»x50.Cx23 7
•2 stor>- b ten h. J II Purdy agt S R Johnson e.t al- Man.
hfim & M. attys: M Glturnian, rtf: amt due, $4.753 7*
taxfrs. etc. $1,629 f».
By referee on premises: Fulion-st, see. 450 ft n « of
li«rcker-ave. 50x100; also Matllda-st, n w a, 500 ft i w
of Itch— lT Waehlnrumi-llle. tiOxlOO; W W Fen
field art G.--#lna Muiler et al: Eugene Archer, ■'••
Gerard Roberta, ref; taxes, etc. $050; partition.
RECORDED MORTGAGES.
Townsena. Catharine R, to Title Ouarants* and
Trust Company; 6©Ui-st. No 142 to 14« West; 1
year, 4H per cent $40 000
Ellverman. Robert M. to Realty Mortgage Com
pany: Jianhattan-ave, s « corner lOlet-st;
building loan; 1 year. « per cent flo o><o
Towns«nd. Catharine R. to Title Guarantee and
Trust Company; CSth-st. No Cl East: 8 years, 4 ' - ;
per cent ■<> <yyj
St^wart^ William R. and another «d Metropolitan
I."'* Insurance Company; Riverside Drive, a s.
&i.3 ft n of B*th-«t; due September 1, 1007. fi
Percent 80000
Rock Plaster Company of New-Tork and New-
Jereey to Robert 1, Stevens: pier or bulkhead
East River, at line between lands party first
part and -York. New-HaTen and Hartford
Railroad, with rights, franchises, eto: due Janu
ary 26. 1813, 6 per cent 33 <v,i
flokolakl, Dora, to Lawyers' Title Insurance Com
r-any; Uadlson-st. No 2&3 to 2£9; building loan
due July 1. 1907. 6 per cent , 77 000
L*vlc. Harry, et al to Alexius Edelbrook: Wales- " .
«r»"\''- ■ • 001-ner Daws.;n-st; 8 years, 5 per cent . 40,000
■Mm, Paul, to Isaac Bonn: Bd-*ve. Nos 1 763
ar.d 1.706; also Allen-»t. Nos 27 and 29; prior
aiortcsites. 54A.000: demand. 6 per cent ..... 2 600
-Io»ophsor. Michael, to Samuel D Graydon; Alien
»t, No I*3: 6 years, 6 t>»r cent 24 000
Orcutt. Gilbert »5. to George H Ctmonson: Le'xlng
i*5:*JJ- D c corner B&th-et; prior m^rtgar*
S186.00U; 3 7etr. 6 per cent..... . 25 MM
P^senblunj. LouU. to EmU Ung»r; sth-st. No 618
6 years, 6 par cent ' 22, mV(
RECORDED TRANSFERS.
Brcafiway, a w comer C«dar-et. runs w 161.1 to « -
s Teraple-st x , i 02.» to Thair.ee-et x a 140 to
s"»f^*J r x a 101 to beg Thames Court ©> to
No 111 Broadway; mortgage. $2,000,000; o « and $100
55th-st. No 61 East, 20*100.5; Elisabeth II Sun
ton to Catharine R Townsend; mortgage. 143.
000: o c and........ . . ion
tf7t»>-*t. n a, 210 ft a of eth-ave. 60x».ll: Isaao
L Dnnn to John M Qlbson; mortgage. $83,000;
« « and ....1.............. «. 100
\
NEW-YOKK DAILY TRIBUNE, SUNDAY. AUGUST 14. 1904.
'urniaked Apartments to Let.
from $900 to $5,000.
OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT IN
NEXT SUNDAY'S PAPERS.
APARTMENTS ARE NOW BEING
SELECTED IN
The Madison
Square
37 MADISON AVENUE.
A modern fireproof Apartment House
and Apartment Hotel of the highest class.
Unexcelled situation, facing Madison
Sq.. tho quietest and mest beautiful of
New York's small parks within a few
minutes' walk of the best shops and the
atres, and easily accessible to alt tie
principal transit systems. Tho building
has been specially designed to meet the
requirements of those who desire quiet
and dignified surroundings, a cheerful
outlook and abundance of light, air and
sunshine.
Particular attention has been given tc
privaoy and home comforts.
A general dining-room for the
convenience of all tenants la pro
vided, ar.d arranßements can also
be made to hay« meals served in
the apartments — both housekeep
ing; and non-housekeeping
1 Room and bath $425 to $550.
2 Rooms and bath $600 to $1 150.
3 Rooms and bath $1,150 to $1,400.
Including light, heat and service.
Housekeeping Apartments from
$1,400 to $3,000, including light
and heat
GEO. R. READ & CO., Agents,
I MADISON AVi:.,
or at office on the premises any hour day
or evening.
Frank L. Fisher Co.,
440 Columbus Ay.,
COR. 81ST ST. TeL B*os Rive«.
HIGH CLASS APARTMENTS
SWANNANOA, \f tb r^
A HANDSOME IP-STORY APARTMENT HOtJBE.
WITH EVERT IMFUOVCMENT AND BEST U1 A
SERVICE.
D rooms and batb ... }|>S to JgO.Oil
7 rooms and bath. . 130.00
10 rooms and two bathe lio.ou
UNADILLA. mw- ?Uti
A SELECT APARTMENT TIOUBB. WITH ELE
VATOR AND ALL. IMPROVEMENTS.
6 rooms and bath S to.o »
7 rooms and bath 76. (w
RALEIGH, I w"w "* Sd Ht
APARTMENTS, NEAR CENTRAL PARK; VEUY
LIGHT AND MODERN.
€ rooms and bath ir.K.OO and |«0 0'
MATHILDA COURT. gf^^
FIREPROOF ELEVATOR HOUSE.
6 rooms and bath MS. OO
& rooms and bath 80.0')
308 WEST 93D ST.
ELEVATOR IIOUHE; LJOHT APARTMENTS.
8 and 8 rooms and two baths $87. 5.
Apartment Hotels.
SCHUYLER ARMS
98th St. & Riverside, N. Y. City.
Two niorks to ETpr««« Subway PtHtlnn
2D SEASON.
ALL LATEST IMPROVEMENTS.
FIREPROOF.
Private Dining and Reception Room*.
Restaurant a. la Carte.
MUSIC.
S rooms and batb WOO, $800. £700
4 and 5 rooms. kttcbeneUer . .SB4O, $900, 91,200
REFINED AND QUIKT. PERFECT SERVICE.
; JAPAN'S "HUMAN HORSES."
; From Th© London Mall.
Th« fsata of which the Japanese ricksha wmen
ara capable are almost Incredible. I remember
some years ago being driven ashore in a yacht in
the Inland Sea during a typhoon. It was far
beyond the treaty limits which then existed and
foreigners were not allowed to travel outside tho^
limits without special passports. But the Mayo-
of the nearest fishing village was kindness itself
"Si Jml8e(1.J ml8e(1 . '£. B £ ppl 7 th « test rlckshawmari
which tho neighborhood could produce so as to
I take us 'o a railway station iom« forty miles
; away. And he kept his word, for tho distance w»s
, covered In less than «lx hours. Including a halt
for aefreshments. Each rickshaw was drawn by
; two men. tandem wise, the usual fashion when
■ long distances have to be covered. The leaders in
I each. went through the whole distance, while the
, wheelers, so to epeak. were changed half wav
, The road was over a great part of the distance
little better than a mountain track, and it was
raining most of the time, but there was never a
break in our progress except to allow the coolies
I to take off or put on their clothes. They prefer
running In nothing but a loincloth, and do so
Unexeflled Family Apartments. — One.
IS room. 3 Laths, cortier; others, B*9
roorss, private kitchen anJL restaurant
servtee. D«sirab!e architects, doctor*,
brokers' offices on ground floor. New
plumbing;, electrio Hisht», everything
modern: hlsh class clientele. Chas. A.
Gerlach. Prop., Madison Avb. A 6!»th fit.
Unfurnished Apartments to Let.
FOR A FULL AND COMPREHENSIVE LIST OF
HIGH CLASS APARTMENTS ON UPPER WEST
SIDE, OFFERED FOR RENT FROM OCTOBER IST,
SEE TO-DAY'S EDITION OF
THE EVENING MAIL
.- OR SEND FOR OUR BOOKLET.
SLAWSON & HOBBS,
284 COLUMBUS AVI
Telephone 1190 Columbus.
Luxurious Apartments
On Morningside Heights
H6TH ST.. COR. AMSTERDAM AYE.
Facing Columbia Univeraitv
A Few Choioe Vacmcias are Offered in these New Builiings:
HILLCREST=FAIRMONT
Salt* of ♦ Corner Apartments*
• very largo, light rooms, each ; Suite of 5, 6 and 7 rooms, com
with foyer entrance. plete aad np-to-date m all
The most luxurious appolctments their appointments aad
and every conceivable feature) conveniences,
that can contribute to com- Very handsomely finished,
fortable living.
Rents $1,500 to $1,800. ♦ Rents $600 to $1,200.
These buildings are situated on the highest point In New York, and command ex
tensive views of the Hudson, Riverside, Morningslde and Central Parks.
The SUBWAY EXPRESS STATION is one block away, enabling: one to reach the
theatre and shopping; district In ten minutes and City Hall in eighteen.
Superintendent on premises. Booklets, with floor plans, mailed on application.
Graham Court.
The Astor Estate's Apartments.
At the Meeting of Seventh Avenue Drive, St. Nicholas
Aye. and 1 1 6 th St.
THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE APARTMENT HOUSE
IN NEW YORK,
A few vacant &pft.nmer\t». ranging from $1,020 to
$2,000 n. year, will b« for rent from October let.
The r.ompl«»tlon of tha underground R. R. with a station one block from thta build
in*; renders this location very convenient an<l accessible, enabling: one to reach the
hotel and theatre district In about 12 minutes.
APPLT TO MJMUUM rsUWSMT on* PRBMigES.
BOOKLET WITH FLOOR Tt.ANS SENT ON APPLICATION.
Auction Sales of Real Estate.
REW-JGHIET.
RECEIVERS SALE.
ELBERON HOTEL,
CASINO AND OARFIELD COTTAGE,
ELBERON, N. J.
The ur.<3»rsicn».l, »i Receiver sf the Elberfn H del .■ 1
Cottage Oonipany; will sell at public sale on the premise*
on Saturday, Hepttmbor Br>l. IS>i>4, tt two o'clock P. M.,
the iajid and prcnilins. with the bu'liJir.gs and Unprove
ments thereca. known as tits Elberon Hotel acJ t'asino.
and the OarfleUl Cottage, at Elberon, N. J.. being a
plot of ground on the easterly tide of (.'■••itn Aveniw.
rrontlng ISO feel nlorg win Avenue and extending
raaterly r.^s f.->«l ln depth to th« Ocean: also the furniture
ar..l nttlnirs In mUd Hottl. casino aaJ iJarfleld Cottage;
eJ«i> the stock pf wines an 1 llijtiora n^w ln saM Hot*!.
Full particular* may t>e obtained ot tha Rocel\or on
appllcaUon,
FRANK n. COMJVEII. Receiver.
ABBVRV ARK. K. J.
Country Property for Sale.
H ; U tsnttsrtnm Of nrst <-!i»ss R*»l;lenfe. 1" m:lcD.
two avennee «ud
.1 stream, with waterfall, having con»id-raMe
•j watex. gas. el«.-tn.' li« l, good soetety. paying
good Income, hotel muc/i u-.«ded. BOOKBOOT. 36
Liberty -eL
17* OR RALE, the lat* residence, with Immediate possea
■ ulon, of the late I.f.Mi Rtlter, the finest house.
Bint. la and grounds tn th<" old, ulstorlo village <■'( Rhlno
bscki N. T. Apply or nciflrens owner. SI. L. Kilmer,
or A.' Lee Wager, lUilnebeck. N. V
•-JJOKNES3 makes sacrlrtoe Of farm lmj.»ratlv« that rrmt
O $40,000 for 120.000. O. V, VAN DO REX * CO.. OtH>
Oa •» Are., Brooklyn. Kftadquarters foi Long Island an:
Jersey farmn. Send stamp for cata'.PKU*. E»tal»»»h»-,1
IMA.
L3TAMFORD. CONN.— Farms. water fronts. re«i
»5> deßCee. ARCHIBALD C. FOBS, 33 East 42d fit.
TTUCKLEBEURY ISLAND.— This fine property, of?
XL Sew Rochelle, now olTerod for sale. Apply 10
ARCHIBALD C. FOSS, 30 East 42.1 M.
GREAT BARRINOTON MAS 3.— Stone houf«: 100
acres; »3.00 a ARCHIBALD FOBS. 80 East 4M St.
O SHINING N. V.— 2 acres. *rlck hoime, barn, fruit.
y a .s 8 ; fr.it. Beautiful water front. 20 acres, house
o^ oB LAKE X, V. — Farm frontlns; on l»ke-
RAAQD UA>vl:< Art c HIBALP FQ69, SO East *2i Bt.
Country Property to Let.
BOROUGH OF RICHMOND.
VANDEBBILT ESTATE AT CLIFTON.
Borough of Rli-.hmond, New-Yf>rk.
On or beforo October first.
A TEW COTTAGES AND HOUSES.
All nvdem improvements. Most dMtraMe location. Fiv«
minutJ-s 1 walk from station. Forty minutes from th»
Battery. For particulars address
TAUBOT ROOT. 62 Broadway. New- York.
TO LET.— CUA>'FORD. K. FROM OCT. 1. a One
suburban residence; sixteen rooms, barn, shrubs and
small fruit. An Inducement will be offered to ■> de
•iroble tenant. rEROCBON A VAN WA>n:.
Tel. 2710 John. 31 Ptn*» Street, >*. T.
VT NEW-DORP. BTATEN ISLAND. —House newly
j\_ inte<l and decorated, containing 14 room*, bath
r.v>m«. furnace, all Improvements and plenty shade. Apply
.ToilN P. PURCBIJU 60 Harrison-st . N. V. Keys at
ra.i;roa4 depot
ADVETITISSaiENTB anc subtcrlptloßs for The Tribune
A. received at their Tjpti.wn Office.
** NO I.|K BROADWAY.
Advertisements will b. received at the fallowing branch
offices at regular office rates until » o'clock p. m.. via.:
2M Bih-ave. a. c. cor. 23d-st. . 153 6th-avt., cor. 12th- st. ;
92 East I4th-st . 237 *'<■«, ,J2d-*t. beiwetn 7tb and Bth
ayes ; 283 West 125th-«t.; f"
I
whenever they get safely beyond the ey« of the
police, who have orders strictly to administer the
law against nudity.
The fare paid for thla prolonged Journey was. if
I remember rightly, about three shillings for each
rickshaw, the extra shilling being a gratuity
thrown in for good service. I know that it pur
chased so many blessings on my honorable head
as cannot yet be quite exhausted. And having
made our farewells at the railway station, the
ooolies started back at once for their own village.
Unfurnished Apartments to Let.
City Property to Let.
FOR RENT
Sixteen New American
Basement Dwellings
Absolutely Fireproof
NOS. 22 TO 52 W. 74TH ST.
No residences have ever been offered for rental
la New Tork City comparing with these In ooa
• tructlon. equipment, appolnunenta, and detail.
They have been designed and built with the
careful attention to d*-till» of e^nstructloa gtven
only to the highest class bouses built for private
ownership.
Size 25x85x102.2.
FIVE STORIES IN HEIGHT.
These houses are ready for Inspection.
CARETAKER AT NO. 8« WEST 74TH IT.
For particulars Inquire ot
CLARK ESTATE
Corner of 57th Street. No. 2351 Broadway.
City Property for Sale.
BUSINESS On Beekman, Nassau,
PROPERTY Fulton, Water, Warren,
FOR SALE Cliff, Gold and Wjiliam SL
RULAND <& WHITING CO..
5 Beekman Street.
Real Estate Wanted.
T\ T ANTED TO BUY Westchester or Loaar Island Farm.
» » «<> to 200 a..-: -es, wal: Improved, within hour of New
York; give description and price. Address) U. 1.. Box 80,
Tribune Olßce.
Furnished Apartments to Let.
/-I ENTTJCMAN. whose wits Is forced by Illness to leave
VT city, desires to sublet handsomely furnished apart
ment of seven rootne and bath. In most convenient loca
tion In New-York todeslrahle party willing to board and
l<>dg« him. HXjCEFTIONAI* Tribune Office.
1 — BLBQANTLY FURNISHED APARTMENT; private
1. bath. SI dally; meals for two. $30 weakly.
VAN RENSeELAER. 18 East 11th. near 6th are.
Furnished House Wanted.
i PRI\'ATB FAMILY OF FOUR ADULTS wants to
2\. rent for ths fall and winter months a moderate
sice furnished house, conranient to Madison Square.
Address ••HOUSE." Box 138. Postofflce. New York City.
ARE YOU SEEKINB
EMPLOYMENT?
The Tribvnt Mikes * Sped*'
R*te on Advis. of This Kind.
24 WORDS, 3 TIMES. ISC
24 WORDS, 7 TIMES . 30C.
Uav* at Any Advertising Offtsj
e» S«od Dtrezu
Brooklyn Property for Sale.
Special Offering.
One of the most artistic little houses we
ever built in Prospect Park South has un
expectedly come into our "hands. It wag
finished a year ago. and could not be du
plicated to-day for less than a thousand
dollars more than we wtu sell it for now.
It was only occupied a few months and is
Just as good as new. Four open fireplaces
on first floor, fine old hammered iron an
■tliue electric fixtures, large library" with
carved tiger heads at mantel: dining room
in old English style, with tapestry decora
tions; parquet floors; porcelain fixtures
coal and gas ranges; three large bedrooms
on second floor, with lavatories; cozy win.
dow seats; Oriental den; tiled bathroom.
Third floor, three bedrooms. Lot 55x10Ql
Best section and best bargain ever offered
in Prospect Park South.
Several other houses, large and small
at varying prices, now ready.
Take Flatbush "L," trains or any Bright
on Beach trolley, to Beverley road, our of
fice: 22 minutes. Twelve lines of transit
bound Prospect Park South.
Dean Alvord. Owner.
257 Broadway. N. Y.
Instruction.
MME- CAROLINE MABEN FLOWER, Piano OobSsS.
Bttleßi Josefy technlc; reasonable. Studio. TUiZI
sosta, Broadway, 73d. * ™ **-
Teachers.
WANTED— English. German. French nursery *n.
»» ernesses for superior engagements; several teac-wT
housekeeper. M!s» f» 'NOVA.N'S Agency, 30 KuTtitk
Street. Established 1384. Mti
TUTOR, experisneed. thoroughly competent. highly i*k
JL ommended. has time for few more pupils aH 3"
leges and Regent* FERGUSON. 110 W. ««th.'
Ocean Steamers.
• Fast express service.
PLYMOUTH— CHERBOURG— BREMEN
Kaiser Aug. 16. 10 AM Krooprlnj Sept. 30. i*M
KronprtM Aug. 23. 1 PMIK. Wns. II Pa. 'v
K. Wra. Il.&rpt. a. 12:» PM Kaiser Oct. 1L lets
Kaiser Sept. M. 10 AMiKronprta3.....Oct. tßt U AM
Twin-screw passenger service.
PLYMOUTH— BREMEN.
Barbaroasa. .Aug. 28. 10 AMI Kurfurst Sent. 22. AM
Frledrlcta Aug. 30. Noon. Neclur Sept 3sV » AM
Bremen Sept. 8, 10 AM | Frtsdrtch Oct. 4 BAM
Alton.. Sept. 13. 10 AMI Bremen Oct. IS, • AM
. Mediterranean Service.
GIBRALTAR— NAPLES— GENOA.
Irene Aug. 27. 11 AM. Hahenzol>«ra..Oct. IS. 11 AH
Hoheniol'n-.SepC 10. 11 AMI Albert Oct. 23, 11 AM
Lais* Sept. 24. 11 AMlLutse Oct. », llAif
Irene O--t 8. 11 AM Neckar Nov. 5,11 AM
From Bremen Piers, 3d and 4th Bts.. Hobekaa.
OELRICHS * <X>.. NO. 9 BROADWAY, N. T.
Louis H. Meyer. 43 South Third St.. Phils.
HAMiMS-AWOnAI L? ME.
SEMI-WEEKLY TWIN-SCREW SERVICE.
FOR PLYMOUTH. CHHRBOURO AND HAXBCZO.
Hamburg... Aug. IS. 11 AM •Deatseh'and. .Sept. 1. *AX
Phoenicia Aug. 2X Noon Waldersee.... Sept. 8, 11 aX
t«B:uecher..Aug. 23. 10 All •tlloltk* .Sept. 1 IPX
TPrstoria Acg. 27. • AM | PaUtl*. . .. . .9spt. 10, • Ail
"Grtli room and t gymnasium on board.
Twin call at Dover for London and Paris.
MEDITERRANEAN SERVICE.
NEW YORK— NAPLES— GENOA.
By superb new Twin-ecrn* Steamer*
Prlna Adalbert. Am. la. » A, M. : Oct. 4, Mbea
Prlns Oscar Sept. & 2 P. M. . Oct. 23, 10 A, U.
first cabin, j« taJ ITJ utwajux
According to Season.
HAMBURG-AMERICAN LTX3. .° .
OiSees. 88 and 37 Broadway. Piers. nihnsse. X. 7.
TTDd® (Bd)OQ\f(iQP TTcdodc 0
[De Luxe]
DBcdgcddgD COd® OT^ipCgC
VISIT
x$ fi\ IP 5\ G5
Mantis, Chtns, Java, The Rained Cities ef Ceytea.
Til* Dravldiaa TsmpUs of Santa India, Sanaa.
Northern India, Egypt, stc
They COST MORE than any ether simply sisaeei
tney are WORTH MORE.
They appeal only to those who r*<ii^» THX
VXRY BEST IN TRAVEL; Booklet J.
LEON L. COLLVER,
1«> BoyUton Street. Boston.
+ 3B2JD dBQB-S@B CLDS3EE +
HALIFAX St ST. JOHN'S
Fine ocean passenger* steamers ROeALIND sad !!t>-
VIA. EtalllTu; every Safarday at 11 A. M. tor Nora
Scotia and Newfcundlasd.
Pellxarful cnlso- through Long Island. Ylaeyaxd EaTsa
and Nar.:uc*et Sounds.
ROUND TRIP TO HALWAX 133
ROUND TRIP TO ST. JOHN'S.. •»
Rates Include ssssdi And stateroom berth.
Per fur'aer information and booklst apply te
BOWRING & CO.. 17 STATE ST.. N. T.
dDiLGD GDdDSIQSgGOT ILQiSSIS,
DAILT SSRVICE.
For Old Point Comfort. Norfolk, Portsmouth, Planers
Point ana Newport Newa. Ye.. connecting for Petersbotl.
Richmond, Virginia Beach. Washington. XX. C. and enure
South and West.
Freight and passenger steamers sail from Pier Ik
N. R., foot Beach St. every week day it 3 P. It
H. B. WALKER. Vlce-Pr*sHeat * Trifle Manager
LFcdd 0 CPgdcpQcid DSBdßciDa
Steamships •; the RED "t>" LIN2 wUI sail far Bta
Juan direct, as follows:
a. S. CARACAS Saturday. August 30. sese.
3. B. PHILADELPHIA Saturday. Apt. X a»ea.
For freight or passage apply to
BOLLTON. BLISS ft DALLETT.
Oenenl Managers. S3 Wall St.
AMERICAN LINE.
""■ PL.YMOUTK— CHERBOURO — SOrTHAMPTOM.
SallW Saturdays. »:3O A. M.. Pier 15. I Bv^
Oerranlc . AuK.2O',St. Paul .Jjfc ■
New York.! Aug. 27;PhllaJ«lvhU •»»*• "■'
-RED STAR LINE.
AY N-2T.V YORK— ANTWERP— LONDON— i'AEia
• Caillns Ht Dover lor Lcndoa and ParU.
aaKU-ia^SK
shf^ otihe Bid Star Line call at Dover. England. betH
East and West bound.
WHITE STAR LINE.
" (gsni YOKK— QUEENSTOWN— LIVERPOOL.
Majestic Auj. IT. W;. ,- fl 10 i M.
Cedrw Au*™4 Id. T. M.| Celtic.... Sept :'• li> A, *•
Oceanic ■ , rWiT
PASSBNOEW Bids.. Battery Place.
rreigfti offlaes. WMtsnaU sUdg.. PM.ery f.»>-
a _ CUNARD LINE.
•^-* TO LIVERPOOL. VL\ OUEEXSTOwy.
From Piers 31-63. NortH RJ>«|r. " - . »»
eccordin. to TUESDAY sebvi cb. .jj
SBSfc::::.« S 5- -ftsr :.:::« 5 "
51 Apply -•« Broadway. New York.
VERNON H. BROWS. General AgSßt.
-DED "D" LINE. «,v«
■"• For La Guayra. Puerto Cabelto. Coras** »^ *■*•*
For L* Guayra. Curacao and Maracaioo. Men
These steamers have superior accommodations u» •—
sengers. _ , r ■
BOCLTON. BLISS & D^"^ 71 -
General Mana»«r». S3 WMI at. _.
XT OLLAND- AMERICA LINE.
•°- New Twin-Screw Steamers of t:.500 Ton»
NEW YORK— ROTTERDAM, via BOCLOu>=-
Sailing Tuesday. at 10 A. M. ,
Noordam Aug. l<»i Rotterdam 'siwfc.ll
Sr::::::::::Auf: Sl3S&^3&B
houtland-ameiuca <.ixr bhat. w. x. _
ArALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.
1U SPECIAL, SUMMER EXC..TKT3. W *£&*&
TICKETS to Tew. _ Colorado. ArUoas-Cau^J
Mexico. Oeor»ia. Florida. Alaba™a» p y t «~it<af
OCEAN VOYAGES. Pocket Guide • Ftea. C. H. «*-
LORY A CO.. Qen- Agts.. 129 Fkwlhsi.. »• »•
pOOKS TOURS AROUND THE WOBl^
sard Annual Series, m-.istra.ted ****£*?£ j3
particulars from THOS. S COOK * SON. *" ***
Broadway. — Madison Aye.. New Tot*. .
"Ti VELOCJS'VFast Italian lin*.
Cabin. 186 u a. ' Dining saloon OO JJ roI 2I B tr&i' I ssr

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