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gjf THE SUft. THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1897. 91
I A BOY MURDERER HANGED.
40 W jioDQETXS, A DZOEXTRATRI
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Keew Talan" Caaee IVr alia Crlsae.
EOMmvatr, N. J.. May 12. Elmer Clawson
sna hanged the Somanet county Jail hero thU
ornlng. The crime for which tab nineteen.
rtar-ola' bov'a Ufe paid the penalty waa the mur
ia of Harry Uodgetta. a roung English farmer.
en A0. 29,1890. The scene of the crime waa
njrtt'u'i houae, near Pluckamln. about all
pile from Soraerville.
The execution took place In the main corridor
ef the cell room on the ground floor of the jalL
Tt eeaffold waa let ud In front of the rails. In
jUln Tlew of all the other prisoners. The only
way thay could escape seeing all the details of
the preparation was to turn their faces. Some
tt them did this. When the time for the execu
tion came. howeTer, they were removed. The
executioner was James Van IIUo of Newark,
who has done the work of a hangman In New Jer
sey for over thirty years. Clawson's was his
Thirty parsons witnessed the hanging. Twelve
ef thcae made up the court Jury, composed of six
soytlctans ana six laymen. Twelre others were
pedal deputy sheriffs sworn In for the occa
gioa, among whom were three doctors.
Clawson's last night passed with no disturbing
radiant. About 10 o'clock he prepared for bed.
1 The death watch was kept by Firman Lorrie.
who sat the night through just outside Claw
ion's cell. When he was ready to retire Claw
ion sat down on the edge of his iron cot, and by
the light of the Incandescent lamp that hung in
frost of the cell door he read a chapter from his
Bible. When he had finished he put the Bible
aside, and sat still for some time. Then, getting
By. he walked to the door of his cell and said:
" You'ro awake, I suppose, Mr. Lorrie r"
1 "Oh. yes, Elmer, I'm awake. Do you want
" Oh. no ! I don't want anything. But I waa
Jest thinking. Mr. Lorrie. that I'd like to know
a tot more 'n I do. I never knew how nice it is
to know things until I waa put in jail, I could
hardly read when I came here and couldn't write
at all. Now I can read and write some. too.
Then nobody ever told ma anything about God
and heaTen and how wicked I was. I know
sow, though, and if rd only known before, I
gse as I wouldn't a -been here."
" Well, now that you've learned so many things
and have heard about heaven, are you ready to
go there. Elmer 1" asked Lorrie.
"Oh, yes, Tm ready to go, Mr. Lorrie. Heaven
Bast be a beautiful place. Can you sing, Mr.
"Not much, Elmer, but yon can. Do you
wast to sing something r
"If you'll help mo out with it III try to stng
that hymn Mr. Winner talked to ma about.
'JesusJiOTer of MySouL I think that's beau
tiful. You know it. Mr. Lorrie."
The keeper said he'd heard It, and imme
diately the boy. In a clear alto voice, began:
Jeaua. lover of my soul.
Let me to thy bosom fly,
WttLe the nearer waters rail.
TCH the tempest still la bigs:
Bile ma, O my Bavioor. Mia,
TUI the storm of lift la past;
Safe tsto tte haven guide.
O. naive my aoul at last.
The keeper had maintained a kind of bass ao
tempsnlment to the boy's air. and when the
stanxa waa ended Clawson said:
-Jlr. Lorrie. the next Terse Is better than that
one. It elves 0. fellow that don't feel just right
an awful big boost. Let" s sing that' and he
l Other refuge have I none.
il Basel my helpless aoul onThse;
ji Leave, ohl Iav ma not alone!
(If SHU support and comfort me.
'm All my mm on Taeelsttay'd;
Ol All my help from TUm I bring:
I Cover my defenceleee head
with the shadow of Thy wtsg.
. .IP0.?'1 tht make ro feeI better. Mr. Lorrie I
I think that's grand. Now I guess 111 go to bed.
Am beginning to feel sleepy.
With that the Ud turned around and. kneel
ing down by his cot, began to pray. The prayer
was the simple "Now I lay me" that moot ba
Ueaare taoshtto say with their earliest lisps.
At the end of the verse he added :
And. dear Jesus, forgive all my enemies.
gesi 1 mother and brothers and sister and Sheriff
Wyckcff and Mr. Amerman and Mr. Winner
sad Mr. Lorrie and all who hare been kind to
Beand told me how to be good. Amen."
Then this boy, in the full tide of health, who
fa hardly more than a dozen hours would be In
Ms eoffln. climbed into bed, palled the covers up
shout him, and in less than five minutes was
Keening as sweetly as a tired child does after
the day's play. And eo he slept the whole night
through. At 6:30 o'clock yesterday morning
ayorrie called him, and so soundly waa the lad
sleeping that the keeper had some difficulty In
arousing him. Finally he got up and dreeaed.
I putting on a white laundered shirt, standing1
caCar, black satin bow tie. and a dark, gray
Uack cutaway suit. A bunch of old-fashioned
; awing flowers was pinned to the left lapel of his
11830 o'clock his breakfast was served.
Tor the first time since his imprisonment he ate
fWlnjrly. About 8 o'clock James J. Meehan of
Steele at Meehan. the boy's counsel, called. He
round the lad much depressed. As the last
sw-by was being said. Clawson remarked:
Its true, Mr. Meehan. I'd rather go to
JJMon than down there (Indicating the execu
tion room), but I'm ready to go, and I won't be
say bother to any one."
.he witnesses to the execution had fathered
"the execution room, which is directly under
Wtere Clawson's cell was and so situated that
jny sound made In setting up the scaffold
pold be heard by the condemned, a few minutes
I Jtore 10 o'clock. At exactly 10 o'clock the
Weesslon to the scaffold started and at 10:02 It
Bached the execution room. Hangman Van
"am first, followed by Sheriff Wyck
Ja. Then came Clawson, the black cap on
ucx of bis head and his arms strapped
in5 '? n either aide of the boy
r? a keeper, to support him, should sup
ien be necessary. It waa with a firm tread
!. that Clawson approached the scaffold,
Hjogh with a slight pallor on his face. Back of
S walked his spiritual advisers, the Iter. Dr. J.
RJvporandthe 1 Her. W. IL De Hart. They
Sheen wlthhlrn since about 8 o'clock. Just be
E?..i? rnarch to the scaffold began Clawson
f the clergymen good-by, savin as he did so.
I don t know why I killed Hodgetts. except
teething iota mo to do It. I'm sorry for it now.
ww ve made my peace with Ood, and I'm not
H?f,wile,J tralirht up to the scaffold and took
ku JrS ,. unde.r ,J1 rope that hung Just above
iTkVf1 ',? the c-ntre of the crossbeam. Just
G,i00,k "'" Pbve the clouds that 'had been
Jwht before, broke a little, and a ray of sun-
pSS?.cH"thro,1ri rrated window of the
jj and fell upon the stone floor directly at his
ssV El7k.3 ,mom?nt Iter the whiatle of a robin,
Er '? ,lllo bush near the Jail, was heard.
SEniu11 l0P)td up for a moment, and there was
M uffif0h'ce-JTh"mlIePd. however,
-ieard Sheriff WyckoffsayT
If aivi.rrii WP' bva Toa "J'thlng to aay I
asBBsi fi iS. now,
H tti,i2r,,0i,tcd Aawa at the floor and then at
-S1?' Then be said:
hi, rV:. haven't anything much to say,
ir '," " t0 thank you and Mr. Amerman and
lane .. J"Ln,i Mr- Steele and Mr. Meeban for
B tadLS tbelr. kindness to me, to my mother
bThSSihcr f,"11 ter. I hope I'll meet you all
tASiJritt stepped to one side. Van Hlio
ffi.'0,"" pulled down the black cap over
Wi StnVJ fcA connerted the rope, which lie had
ifSt HVl?kU.tuh', neclc 'rom the time he left his
ssNWwi Abe rPe connected with the weight.
axsV alS.,Ae no, under the left ear, and pulled
Taah1,h.t Jutlned the weight.
n h'H.01 un at 10:07- A the body shot
Lai iG. i.' "A I004 slipped around under the
HI Sai ,1 T." bod' hun there the rattle In the
II Sli?u.ld J30 distinctly heard as the boy
ssV nj?h?niQ detht Tbre" minutes later the
Ssift.motl,0?lei At 10;14, seven mln-
ayiiW.r.'? welht '" &' body was lowered
jwwittu oat a loot of the floor. Dr. & a Taj-,
lor. Dr. J. F. McWIlllam, and Dr. J. Howard
Cooper were unable to feel .the pulse beat.
Then Dr. W. J. Swinton applied a stethoscope to
the heart. A alight pulsation was distinguished,
and the body waa allowed to hang two minutes
longer. At 10:10 the stethoscope was again ap
plied by Dr. Swintotr, and no pulsation could bo
noted. Other physicians mane tho same test.
the doctors talked together for a moment, and
then Dr. Swinton said:
" He's dead."
According to tho doctors, it was Just nine min
utes after the weight fell until life was extinct.
A plain pine coffin, stained In imitation of rose
wood and lined with whlto satin, was brought
up. The noose was unfastened, the black rap
removed, and the body lifted Into the coffin. The
consenus of opinion among the doctors was that
death had been produced by strangulation, but,
as Sheriff Wyckoff would not allow an autopsy,
it could not be definitely determined whether
the neck was broken or not. Tho body was
turned over to representatives of the boy's
mother, now Mr. Ilolmer. and the burial will be
mode (n the Falrmount burying ground In
Hunterdon county, near where Clawson's
mother and stepfather live.
Outside of tho Jail for somo time before And
after tho execution a crowd of several hundred
men and women lingered. In the crowd was
Clawson's brother, George. As the clock In the
belfry of a church near the Jail struck 10 Ocorgo
Clawson cried out:
, "I'll shoot tho that pulled the rope that
banged my brother."
until he muttered the threat tt was not known
who the young man was. When his Identity
was disclosed a policeman was detailed to keep
a close watch upon the young man until he left
Not until after the execution took place were
the details of a plan carefully laid by Clawson
to commit sulcldo made known. Perhaps they
never would have been known had not Clawson
told of the plot himself. On Saturday afternoon
the boy called Keeper Amerman to him and sold :
" Now that tho Court of Pardons won't do
anything for me and I've decided to take my
medicine. I won't have any uso for these things.
I'll turn them over to you.
With that he handed to Amerman a small
tortoise shell penknife, whose two blades were
sharpened to a razor edge. Besides this, he
turned over a case knife, also very sharp, and a
piece of wire, filed to a point on one end. An
examination of the cell was made Immediately.
It was found that the wire and the penknife had
been concealed In holes in the walls of bis cell.
These holes had been Oiled up with soap and
bits of string left protruding to Indicate where
the articles were. The caaeknlfewas concealed
under the bed. Sheriff Wyckoff knows where
these things came from, but now that the law
has taken ita course he refuses to tell who
brought them Into the jail.
Elmer Clawson was a child of nature. He waa
born in Hunterdon county nineteen years ago.
Ills mother was a Pennsylvania woman of llttlo
education, but a good deal of character. His
father had served aa a private In the war. When
the war was over he came bock to New Jersey,
worked a little at whatever he could find to do,
and drank a great deal. He died two years after
Elmer was born, and three or four years after
that Mrs. Clawson married Bolmer, with whom
she still lives. Their home Is a poor one. not far
from Pluckamtn. Elmer had three brothers,
two or three half brothers, and a sister.
As soon as the Clawson boys were old
enough they were bound out by their step
father to the farmers In the vicinity. Elmer
was eight years old when he was thus sent away
from home. He never had any bringing up. lie
Just grew, like Topsy. and if there be any Jersey
farmers who are thinking about the lad to-night,
some of thera may feel that, had they taken a
little more Interest In a bound boy who was In
their service years ago, perhaps the boy would
be alive to-day. Clawson served different farm
ers for different periods of time and Anally went
to Harry Hodgetts. a young Englishman, who
bougnt the farm upon which Clawson's mother
and father lived tor a short time. He remained
with Hodgetts a year, doing the work of a
chore boy and general farm hand. Hodgetts
found it necessary now and again to repri
mand the boy. The latter was stubborn and
would shirk his work whenever he could,
to go shooting about tho country side that
lies in the shadow of the Watchung Mountains.
He was acknowledged to be the best shot In all
that district, but he killed his game, it is said,
not as a sportsman, but with a desire to destroy
something that lived. At the end of a year he
left the employ of Hodgetts of his own free will.
For four years he did similar work for other
fanners. His lost employer was a Mrs. Phillips.
at Bemardsville. W hile he was with her he
was at times very despondent, and a week be
fore he killed Hodgetts he attempted to commit
suicide with Paris green. It has never been de
termined whether Mrs. Phillips discharged
Clawson or whether he went away of his own
accord. At any rate, he left her, and the day
before the murder returned to his mother. He
travelled the distance on a bicycle. When be
reached the house he walked in. met his mother
in the kitchen, and said:
"II'lIo. mother. I've come to star until to
morrow, then I'm goinir over to till Harry
bodgetts. After I've killed him. I'm going to
His mother had heard him make similar state
menu before: 10 she said:
"What nonsense. Elmer. What are yon going
to kill those men for 1 They never did you any
harm, did they I"
No, but they bare done you dirt," was the
reply. "Hodgetts has txen saying maan things
about you and sending letters through the post
office. So has Abel. You never got the letter,
because I stopped them, but they were sent just
the same, and I'm going to kill both of them.
Here's the thing that'll do the Job."
With that he pulled out a revolver that he
had obtained from a boy friend, who had traded
it for a shotgun. The next morning Clawson
said nothing about his purpose to do murder,
but did say he was going to take a bicycle ride.
He set off In the direction In which Ilodgetts
lived. On the way be stopped at the house of a
fanner, where bis brother waa working. Tho
farmer told Clawson that he would give him a
Suarter to drill some corn. Clawson accepted
le offer and worked for a couple of hours. Then
he started on again. Four years to a day from
the time he left Hodgetts's employ, about 7
o'clock in the morning, he rode up to the Hodg
etts bouse. When he knocked on the door Mrs.
" Good morning, Mrs. Hodgetts," said Claw
son. " Is Harry in !"
Before the woman could answer, her husband.
who had heard Clawson's voice through the open
door, came out.
" Why. Elmer, Is that you I" said tho farmer.
" Where did you come from 1"
Without giving a direct answer the boy asked
Hodgetts if he didn't want to hire a boy. When
he received a negative answer the boy asked
how many cows the farmer was milking. On
being told he quickly and without any warning
drew his pistol and drcd three shots. One took
effect In the right breast, another under the left
shoulder blade, and a third went wild. Hodgetts
sprang forward to grapple with the boy, but the
latter Jumped away and ran for his bicycle,
while the farmer fell forward, dead, his wife
standing In the doorway, a witness to all that
occurred. Clawson rode away toward Bemards
ville. probably to carry out his threat to kill the
station agent there. A number of Hodgetts's
neighbors, hearing of the murder, organised a
posse and soon caught him.
The defence on the trial waa insanity, and a
number of ajienlsta. Including Dr. Landon Parker
Gray of New York, testified that the boy was a
degenerate and totally Incapable of distinguish,
lng between right and wrong.
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Ttw Mavv Department Deellnre ta Brlag Ike
Cralaer t toe Xavv Tard.
The Brooklyn committee which has charge of
the presentation of the 910,000 silver service to
the new cruiser Brooklyn was much disap
pointed yesterday by the reception of this de
spatch from Capt. Crowninahleld of the Bureau
of Navigation at Washington:
Department has directed tha commandant of the
navy ;ard to plu-a at your dlipoaal Government tojra
to convey your party to the cruiser Brooklyn on tha
day of presentation. Xot practicable for cruiser to
visit the yard prior to her departure for England.
The committee has been anxious to have the
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yard, and not, as the naval authorities ar
ranged, in the North Hiver off the foot of J'orty
second street. Mr. William Derri, the Chair
man of the committer, said that the decision
would not be considered aa final until a further
appeal was made to the Washington authori
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Congressmen will make a formal application to
tho President to have the cruiser brought to tho
yard should efforts In other directions fall.
There also seems to be some doubt aa to
whether the presentation will take place on May
10 or May 22, but this will be straightened out
Mr. Berri Is to see Assistant Secretary of the
Navy Iloosevelt when he visits the yard to-day,
and try to Impress htm with the necessity of
having the cruiser at the yard for the presenta
An offlcer at the yard gave this explanation of
the refusal to bring the cruiser to the yard: "The
Brooklyn Is going to England to represent
this country at tbe demonstration in honerof
Queen Victoria, She Is now In perfect condition,
and there may be an apprehension that In con
veying her to tbe dock at the navy yard there
might be some mishap wblcb would delay her
departure. The presence at the yard might also
have a slightly demoralizing effect on the crew
and give some of them who are so disposed an
opportunity to desert. The navy yard, as all
omcers know, is never favorable to first-class
discipline among tho sailors. I do not believe
that suih a thing as a slight to the city which
las; prepared the ruagnlllcent gift has been intended.
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five the proprietor a check for $200 drawn on
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I LET US PLEASE YOU.
Silk Capes, Jackets and Coats.
Today's prices re the JACKETS for less thin TOP COATS of Covert,
lowest on record, considering one-hilf actual values. FINE
the excellence of workman- KERSEY JACKETS, lined throughout with
ship and materials. BRO
CADED (IlflQ ti?rfE! chanfeable Taffeta Silk,
CAPES at s470 ftPasWOafOe rt9-r V
Plain Gros Grain Silk Capes Finest Covert Jackets, cOOoUIFo
SKIRTS. Cheaper than the bare cost of SILK WAISTS. Hitherto unknown value
materials. There are over (t g Q giving is constantly crowding the Silk Waist
1.000 to choose from.k UX Dept. SI. 98, 2.75, 3.98,1
The most remarkable QLriatfe y J 4.9 5, 5.98 re the prices we ask, B
values are the Skirts at while they ire worth almost double. I
Sol J everywhere for 95.00, $6.00 and C7.00.
GREAT MILLINERY SPECIALS.
Come to-day Nowhere can so complete an assortment
and see the be found even at double our prices Hats
sw ell, new, that would be cheap at $5 .00, are here Thurs-
nobby, pretty day at
pictures, and Hfc ! OlKi
wearable. We qjjQjro JKJo
Hats to become Beautiful designs by our best trlrflmers
every face, of yoU wu jjy they look like $10.00 Hats, will
all new and Mn here to-day at
materials, in alb T ri
every new and &.A IBS I
-., approved color JJl.Ot I
and shade H
FOR I FOR FOR I FOR I
21c. yd. I 29c. 29c. 1 19c. 1
We shall offer 200 We shall offer 5,000 We stall offer 100 I We shall offer I
pieces of Fancy dozen Fancy cartons of la great I
Ribbon, Straw Hats. Flowers, I " f I
Thursday, all small and large Purple. Red I Roses, 0
the new shapes in and Green w in all shades, 9
shades Brown, Poppies and I also a big H
and Navy, Helio other Flowers I lot of B
latest Yellow. Red, so popular Lilies 1
designs. Black, White 1 this season, I and other I
regular price and Mixed Straw, regular B Flowers that H
is 38c reg. price S9& price 48c 1 have been 3Sc I
WASH FABRICS. SILKS. 1
HTJebmann Oar Llebmann's Oar
Price. Price. Price. Price.
Lawns and Jaconets in Fancy Taffeta Silks,
pretty printed effect . 10c 4c Large assortment . 1.00 48cl
Black Brocaded Taffeta, I
Dress Ginghams in a 24 inches wide . . 1.00 68cH
large variety . . . 12Jc 5c Silk Crepes colored I
stripes, 24 inches . 2Sc I 2Kc I
Challies Fancy print- - .... I
lng. silk stripes . . 15c 8c LININGS. 1
Dimities and Lappet K'4 c?Jb,:lcs-" F0"0" 5c 3cl
Mulls Fine assort- Plain Silesia, BUck and g
ment iSe 1 2Kc sute 10c 5c I
Wool Dress Goods. !;nTiDomestics
Black Figured Mohairs, Linen .... 7Sc 49c
40 inches wide, . . 38c 5 c Satin Damask Table Nap-
Ikins ISO .5 9
Bleached Sheeting, 2J
yds 20c I 5 c
Bleached Pillow Cases,
45-36 15c 0c
JOSEPH H. 1 Great CTaHs Slore. I JOSEPH H.
BAULAND CO. $Sh&. BAULAND CO.
GREATEST FAMTS SALE
tover made in the city or any other city. And - rgv
what wo advertise yon can purchase at the I
price quoted. A
MEN'S 8TRICTLY ALL-WOOL PANTS.
FANCY STRIPED WORSTEDS . $1.59
FANCY CASSIMERES 1.59
BLACK WORSTEDS 1.69 I
BLACK CLAYS 1.69
BLACK SERGES 1.59
BLUE SERGES 1.59 J I
BLACK CHEVIOTS 1.59
TTe havo 400 to select from, and sizes run from 30 waist to 44.
If vou cannot call yourself givo your sizo to some of your family.
Don't miss this chance. It won't occur again in a long timo.
Ol'EX SATURDAY EVEMSO USTIt. B.30.
T H. XS Xa X "ST-
468 6L 470 rPLTOW ST., BROOSIYW.
Pianofortes, (Organs, &e.
B17T of manufacturer marantl planoa; medium
prices; cur termi; renting', exchanging, repairing.
CONyOH. 1 Eaat ad it.
OUR SPECIAL for thU month, new rahlnet araad
upright planoa. all Improvemenu, 2S3s parable
7 monthlji warranted five jeara. TWAY PIANO
CO.. !) 3ta av Twar', Miulcal lineal mailed free.
STEI.VWAY 11(10, 1 montnlv, uprtsnt; rent $3.
WIsSNEH. ta lTulton t., Prooaivn.
tPRIOJTr PIANO tl IS. IS montblyi Steinway. bar-
gain i rent 1, WIS3.NER, 03-" State t-, near flat
tuah ay., prookiyn.
on FULL SIZE aquara planoa. lat makea, 7 each,
OUt3 monthly. WISSSElt, H rulton at B'aiyn.
ITOtDIXO PAPER POXES for patent medl'lnee.mall
X1 intboxee. e.iniilc prlntlnaof carta, envalopea.
note head. He. J.SlV II. H YKh-S, hi Jouu t, .V. V.
H" AS IT NOT STRUCK YOU that $100 U too much
to pay for a typewriter Yon can jet aa aood a
one. aoma aay better, for 133 I all and examine al
room 3, No. lo Broadway lelevaloron John at.).
PLICKE-NsDEIlKEK MA.NFO CO.
9Uitt pf urniturr.
Da9KS ASD OmCM
rUBn-ITTJRXIX OREAT TAKIETT UAKUrACTCEED
BY T. O. UiUw. Ill jrULTOV T.
rrTH AV., 7, oppoalta Prevoort nonaa. Xeatly fur
dnlahed room, with excellent table board; tran
alenta accommodated, reference.
I f.Tn sfT, 3 EAMT. Warm, tunny, connecting
XJ double, alnffle roomat excellent board; every
QQTII (IT., lit WEST. Lane, neatly rnrnUhad
iu room, with excellent board; private bath; ref
rl'rt 38oard rooBlyn.
ARIILAXD PLACE. 13, near Fulton tl.-Superlor
board and room. 93; Improvemenu, neaLclean.
JEFFERSO.VAV., M -Dntratle rooma for gentle
men or ladlea employed during day; good table;
'fONTAOUF ST . 10S. LaraVT handaomely fuT
11. nlaned front room, with excellent board! con
veolent to brldae and ferry.
1" lIEKRf.PONT ST., B0,"on the Hela5tijirite."newly
furnuhed room, all convenlencva; superior bouae;
S" IPNEY PLACeTTu Large, airy. connecting roonui
all convenlencea, private bathi auperlor houae.
thoroughly renovated, convenient to bridge and
terry and all aurf ace route..
SOUTH ELLIOTT PLACE. 11A. Neatly funuabed
rooma, with excellent tabU board, la privaU fam
. uy 1 raf crenoa airtiaaged.
h . .
j8clct goara gftrooMsH.
SCTTEIUtEIUIORN ST.. Sir Large, airy rooma; rape
rlorhonaet convenient to brldrai board optional;
SonrjUtKRIIORM ST, 03. Large, airy room, ntt
able for two gentlemen with excellent board;
home cooking! reference.
SOUfrTLLtOTT-PLACE, e, overlooking Fort
Oreene Park Neatly f urnlahed roomei aavan year
S" OUTII OXFORD ST.. 4S. Two large, handeometr
furnuhed rooma, with all convenience,! excellent
table; convenient to all anrfaca room; near L. station.
rfurnivUtdoom Apartrntnttf to $rt
LEUNOTO AT, IS Convenient to Orand Cen
tral depott handiomely foralahed rooma; large
and email; rednoed ratea.
fTWIVERSrTT PLACE. 130, near Ilroad way .Neatly
KJ furnlahad rooma; all convenlencea ;aummerprtcea.
atn 3D A v. Neatly furnlahed rooma, convenient
to Orand Central Depot; cable paaalng tbe doori gen
BKHHT COtUOX. Proprietora.
1 tlANDSOJIZLY furnished mltai private bath;
, alto alagl rooma; permanent or transient; rat
erancea. 14 West SSd
"QTnsT-10 WEST. Small mlta for one or two gen
JL& tlemen; quiet, reflned honae; breakf aat optional.
Tl 8T ST.. 1 18 WEST. Comfortable medlnm-tlted
tX furnlahed rooms, near Proadway. CRUSIU3
TfTTIl ST.. US WEST Neatly furnished rooma. hot
rtO and cold water, electrla Ught; appointments f
,f urnlsned ooma S0 3tt Srooblaa.
A TLANTIC AV 177. Large and small neatly far
xi. nlshed rooms; all convenlencea; excellent neigh
borhood; superior hocae appolntmenta; aelect; con
venient to bridge, ferry, and all Coney Island routea,
trolley passing door; house thoroughly renovated.
HANSON PLACE. 8. single room, all conven
lencea: convenient to all surface routea; table
board next door
STATE ST.f t ?0. near Clinton. Large front, airy
room, aultable for two gentlemen; every conven
(flats ana partratutfl ijo 5rt.
LEROY ST. 3S. near Pleecker. Single Bat; 4 large,
light rooms; all lraprovementa; low rent.
QrtTH ST 237 EAST. rive rooms, unfurnished flat.
0J suitable for smalt family; In private house; rent
sin. p. J. cortDCKB.
QQTH ST.. BS-34 EAST. Flnt-clasa flats; 4 rooma.
OP bath, rangy.and private hall;10.tIBa--eJanltor.
I "I 7TH ST.. 34. 38. 8S. 0 EAST, near Madison
XXI av. Rent free to June 13. flats 3 large, light
rooms, nicely decorated t hot and cold water; halla and
bathroom heated; all modern tmprovemente; new
houaee; rente gap 00 to 13.00; Janitors.
'"I OXTlf ST 341 EAST. Apartmenta of three and
XtJ four rooma; allUgnt roomsi cheap rent.
rflatd and partraruts grooahjn.
?CE SlNOLETirUCK FLATs! $13; nve rooma and
1 bath; so feet wide; all tmprovementa; only two
btocka from Van Slclen av station. Kings County L
road. OE1U1AN AJIERICAN IMPROVEMENT CO,
omce Van stolen av. and Eaatern Parkway.
ef urnislu d .flats Eo jEtu
ITLATS AND APARTMENTS, nnrurnlahed. famlaned.
X m desirable location: rent $340 to $3,000.
FOLSOU PROTHERS. 833 Proadway. cor. 13th at.
,f urnishril "Qoutt ta 5rt Countrg.
TO LET. FURNISHED COTTAGES at nvannla. Mass.;
II rooms with bath; delightfully situated, overlooking
Lewis Pay; running water, sanitary plumbing, open
fireplace; ten mlnutea' walk from depot, poet
r. r. co3, nv.aasis. Mm.
17INE SUMMER HOME In E Orange three or four
X months from June 1; good location: bandy to
depot. BUKNHA3L OTIS A BARNETT. 3J3 Tlatbuah
S"UMMEn COTTAGES, furnished complete, by tha
week, month, or season at Pelle Iatand.
FOSTER PROS. South Norwalk. Conn.
TWIN LAKE. Conn, on Lake Waahamtng. large
furnished cottage to rent: ten rooma and batn
room. Ice house, stable: near the Perkshlres; magulQ
cent scenery, fishing, boating, fine drlvra: 84 houra
from New York: June 1 to November. $300.
In a notch of the Berkshire hills, completely fur
nished cottage, seven rooms and bathroom, garden.
Ice botue. wll stocked trout pond ; fine bracing air.
very picturesque locality; 2 hours rrom New York:
June 1 to November. $300. For each of the above
apply to W. A. MILES, Copake Iron Works. Columbia
county. X. Y.
StttlUnc. Uouflf$ So Jet City.
DESIRABLE HOUSES, furnished and nnfnrnlsheo.
In desirable locations : rent $1,200 to $8,000.
FOLSOM PROTHKBS. 833 Broadway, cor. 13th at.
Surttling Somsts to Crt Countrg.
VONKERS Furnished house; ten rooms: choice lo
X cation, all Improvements; rent asked, $43. A,
box ISO Sun office.
Za ?rt for Suslntw Surpouea.
BUILDINGS, stores, lofta, odcea, and studios to let
In desirable locations.
JTOLSOM BROTHERS. 835 Broadway, cor. 13th at,
G ROUNtTfLOOR ancrbasement; also third and part
r of aecond lofu. good light. abundant power. Ap
ply on premises. 13.1 and 135 Weet vSthst.
PART OF-4TFlTorTT 6t Bar-lay st.
P. Q-MIEA. 19 Barclay at.
'PO LET. Third floor. 83x40. anil extension, 40x80
X Ilghtfrom three sides; well adapted for light manu
facturing business; rent $l.i00 per annum. Inquire
3 Marlon st.
UNEXCELLED light lofta, $13 up; steam power,
WHIFFEN. or engineer, 177 Eaat S7th, cor. 3d.
'antrd ta gurrbasr.
T"ANTED A bicycle ; reasonable : state prloe. make,
tv and year. Addrea J. T. I. box 133 Sun office.
' m """ .
ral estate or ale 3Jfw Keweg.
119 west 125th street
rr IS TOE STEADY GROWTH that telU. Whcro
wrll-known famlllra are bulMIng their own home,
that U the place to lnresc your moDey. Our Improve
ment an? uhtviUa at
The place Is growing nicely In tbe right way to be
come prominent. Take our advice, buy a plot, build
your own bouse. You will then have a good, honest
building, and get it at coat.
WEATHERPY, 171 Broadway.
TTOIl SALE At Rutherford, N. J , 90 mlnutea" from
New York by Erie Road, splendid Building Lota,
ready for Immediate improvement and offering per
fectly safe Investment; also for sale or rent, nouaea
with all tmprovementa at moderate prices; come out
and visit this beautiful and healthy town, or write to
CARL DANNIIF.IM. Depot square.
IOVZLY BUILDING LOTS at Lakewood, N. J., $13;
J $3 down; aame monthly: cheap.
PALISADBI DIvrniCTI Large Iota. $73; terms.
$2.30 monthly 1 high ground: near houses.
WEATHERPY, 371 Broadway.
A FEW COTTAGES TO RENT FOR
APPLY MUNRO'S PUBLISHING HOUSE,
Family Story Paper Building,
24-26 Vandewater St., N.Y.
ESIRAPLE furnished cottages at ASDury Park.
Deal Peach, and vicinity Lists.
MILAN ROSS, Atbury Park. X. J,
1'pNOLEWOOD, N. J To rent for summer, atone
j bouse; stable; four acrea lawn; 330 feet eleva
tion. I's-mlle view, everything first-class. W A.
CHII.DS. Western EleclrU Co , comer Thames and
IJOCiiELLK-PARK, N -fonf mlnutea- out;
t monthly fare $3 30; two new e-room houaee, ai
Improvements. rlj.e to station
JOHN a PtCKER, 34 Watu city, city.
2Ual Cjitate Jot ale Cltg.
4 STORY brick dwelling, splendid condition 1 beauti
ful garden, grape arbor. Ac; located near my
akprto.$ll,CO&.J,UAUBXIiT. OlsKast lttbit.
... ;J--1 -,-f. --' il-'" .t-4. . , ...
y rat grttt ff or jt?lt graaMp. ill
YOU WILL ENJOY H
la-ia ... tvdew a much lfyonllvaj 'Til V Saeaal
. ,OCa3 It out In your own homo. 1! yilH
lev W A!. f A Your own home won't b rr !PetaBBBti
MqU Jj&M "v. hard ( t if you buy ' iWSM
BWIIJCAS! J Park-. Your own horn , J J-.1hM
JjfaTTir'SaW w11 bo mt deJlghlfullr t t?iJJ5B
laalljF'f WSCakr' " J,1,utd,1 nd 7oa wl'1 S?lrJexaBBti
rmRjHR merits of tho most reflned fW-ifllB
hRst&i9?( our own home will b StKSfiaaaai
TcrraM-H. SWCs n a well-firaded. well- i! ?!
Lots 5275 up. $5 or 510 n 1
Yon can reach Vandervcer Park from tha f- ! V;xsaa!
Brooklyn City Hall In twenty-live mlnutea, and JudSS
from the New York City llafl In thirty-Ova mln- vSaaai
utea. There aro plenty of carg, and far Ten , (H'Si'JU
crowdlnc than If you lived on the more fre- ti'l?tM
quented trolley lines. Send for maps and par J.T'liUM
GERMANS REAL ESTATE CO.
ONLY OFFICE Junction Flatbuah and No$- iafVtllfsil
nd Ara. iMfitM
HENRY W. DRKTETt, Sao. (It' ivfl
IH1THT A. IfEYER. Prea; '?
NEW BUFF BRICK HOUSES, $4,000. Votll
Only S300 Cash Required. i ;1
Animprovemenu; furnace Incellart lllller av.. near j VvMaa
Butur av.; atreata paved and sewered, sidewalk! j- itjHW
flagged and curbed; two blocks from Van Slclen av. U (i'tfiaaa
station. Kings County Elevated Road. ' 'iti.tjlaal
OERMAN AitKKlCAN DTPROYEMEST COMPA:n; 1 1 4H4X
Van Slclen av. and Eastern Parkway. ' ,) irs1Ba
OFFICE OPEN SUNDAYS. Mfim
F3R BALE House; a new Queen Anne nouae, 11 31 Z9
rooms, water, gas, alt lmpravementa, 40th St., near V (JH
18th av.t lOmlnctes from 36th st. ferry, or 40 mln- . r. WaB
ntea from tho Bndre; $330 caah and monthly pay ',il Cl
menu. Apply to OEOROE A. ALLLV, auth at. anil '."j VI xaBBBti
New Utrecht av., Brooklyn. C'il5 lataH
tal (ggtatc to gxchnnnt groohlp. iH
HERE IT IS at popular Patchogae Slxteen-room ' JrxzaBBti
cottage; all Improvementa; nve mlnutea from D (lBI
depot; sell crexehange for Brooklyn real estate. H PMittttl
DUR-VHAM. OTIS BAICTETT, 33S Flatbtuh av. liUttwatH
gtal ggtate g or $nt gong gglaafl, lf?5H
ELMHURST, L I. Ifl
Centra of "Greater New York." 3
Set. FAREi It mlnutea from Seta St. Ferry, IS fll!8i'rl
mlnutea bytrolley; also by Brooklyn Traction Co via Kiwgaal
Flushing av. or Orand si. All Improvements! better ultKHfll
houaee, and more for your money, with greater aasnr- B.ijtjyiv!B
anceof Increased values, than aver before offered. tFlrael
SAME AS PAYING ItlBSnr, SM
ready for occupancy. All complete; steam heat. 1ltVvfl
range, bath, and gaa nxtnree; hardwood finish, sanl- fS JiSH
tary plumbing. Prices from $3,000 to $0,000. Others t Ulisrvl
In course of construction. Cheaper houaea at Nona tbMH
Woodalde, and lots for aale on Installment plan a 'KiieMjaaaai
Murray nilU Flashing. Offlce at Elmhurst. L. I, or vj IjKJH
CORD MEYTO CO, 0$ WUUam tt. Sew Tork. r'rlH
BAY RIDGE PARE. fa
Bnlldlng Lots In Best Fart of 30th Ward. ttlelfl
Fine Colonial and other stylee of cottages, with all 4x1
Improvementa; open plumbing, bath and fumacee. mlstyfeJH
Ilouses all new and of lateat deelgn. P !wH
This property la carefully reatrlcted; on line of !uirlHtl
Brooklyn City Railroad; 10 mlnutea to Thlrty-nlnta fc? 'aHMffl
St. Ferry. 30 mlnutea to City Halt, Brooklyn, and Htfiv!M
Battery. New York. iV? -M'ilMH
Oet prices and terma of theaa Iota and houaea before lliolKal
deciding on other locations. t fPrTLl
The Bay III tlgc Park Improrement Go. 119
nrrrcTi I ClT Ridge and Fort Hamilton ava. f 5 1 1H
"fnc" 1 and 10 Montague tt.. Brooklyn. 1 'TSfl
S ACRES FOR $150, UM
This property Is located high and dry, free from any 4i jCaH
twamp land: If found otherwise after Investigation. e ymM
money refunded; It la beautifully located wlthla a,cSH
about one mile of Centre Morlchee,nn Long lalaad. rJ-tESBESEel
and will be sold on terms of $3 down, then $9 a TtKaKaKal
month; aee about thia at once. Address t?4 aKezaKezI
WM. n. MOFFITT. 69 Liberty tt.. y. Y. KiSI
HOLBROOK Five-acre tracta for $123; easy pay nOcgfl
menu; maps tent. LEWIS. 808 Broadway. !jf !yijBH
UOREFKONTS from $3,800 to $83,000; One gravel (j 'ijjjM
beach; farms, all alxea, cheap. Si i-!Er
LEWIS. 203 Broadway. gjijj
(59 S ON"E or 0 acrea cleared land; orchard; Long rpixH
0J Island. Call at office. HAOERMAX LA.HO Ui'JE
CO. lOSanaiOSFnltonat,. N. Y. -rK
Q inn FOR PLOTS on seashore. 30x200 ft: fine (MiK
OluU bathing beach. Write to fcSSBo
O. B. HAGERMAS. 108 Fulton at, IT. Y. city. RV jBfi
gtal Cstatc. Sip
seii.00 km upwards -f
For tbe abre rnt yu J ifcj
eaa btmlQ mm elernt &t
3-STORY AND BASEMENT ' ig
oa a f. Jffli
4-Story American Basement House M
Fronting on ISSth or 138th atreet, between Seventh "? 3k
and EUhth avea. TIIEY ARE BEAUTIFULLY DEO- j Ml
ORATED and supplied with gaa fixtures of the ' )rjy
LATFST STYLE. TIIEY HAVE SPACIOUS CODRT- J j4'i
YARDS IN THE REAR, and REAR ENTRANCES for T jjrij
the removal of garbage and for tbe use of TRADES- v
MEN. The entire neighborhood Is restricted to prl- j VTff
vate houaea only. ft V
mux aiie tiik rnrtPBiT axd best ib !H id
yew tohk to-dat. l kT
You wonld have to pay at least $1,300.00 for honaat T aaV
like three downtown. For particulars apply to t ffi
BnASTI'H IIAHILTSIV, neal Estate. i f
Telephone ? Harlem. asa West ISStb at. My
cSeal (Estate or alt ttglnia.
-t"IRf"-,"A OFFERS HEARTY WELCOME to deaerv. M jtfc
v lng settlers: buy one of our SO.acre farms, located I llfr,
In most tHautlful part of tbe Stat, for only $.100; fi ny.
$10 down, and $1 weekly; dtllghtfulcllmate; no ma- U f
larla; purest watert stores, schools, and churcbee J, isi
handy; Join our excursion on the 18th Inst.; fare i if X
credited If you purchase. Full Information of ' fA
RISLEY, No. 1H Chambera at. 5l (if.
,.-"105tC0-tttrj H 'a
SPRISO LAKE BFJlCrr" Nrjl For rent. fnily7ui v, flj
nlshed. cottages for season or 1 HO?. Send for da -If I7r
artptjvecatalogiie. YARD it BUCIIANAy. t" 11
ii.i n MONTHLY; ample attractive place 43 mJnutsej ..'. i!
Ot" out. OWNER, room IB. 87 Wall at, fi H"
geal Cstatror ale CaUforaia.
CALIPOBXIA Income ranchet, choice dty aa4 ..'"
suburban retldence property, acre tracts, large colony a-1
tracta ; no Irrigation required ; mining property. Bend K A,
for catalogue. E. E. BUSOE, j 'i4',
1009 Broadway. Oakland. Cat iUf
gfaTectate or jSale. ' M
Y NEW nnUHE, two-story and attic 10 rooma aa4 0 "jff',?
bath: all Improvementa! lo: SJ.txIOO: Perry av, J," 'i'
north of Scott ar Bedford Park: no reaaonable offe h?'
refused! price $4.6()0. Apply, B.HALPIN, on pramlaea. ,- VW
or Pelbam av, Fordham. V 'rtrc
Sfal estate at Ruction. '
n CHAPES CO., AUCT10fEEBS. J fij'
OmcesSS Lll-rtyst, and West Cheatee. ' Ir?'
PARTITION SALE, ' 4V
portion of the buw of Conrad Uuhre, Uh
To-Day, at Noon. , 1
at the New York Real Estate Salesroom, ',M C
III Broadway. , ..
tinder tbe direction of John W Bertram. Referee. f(,l
96 CHOICE LOTS '
near Pelham Park, the Country Club, and Eastern k" if J
Uoulevanl, Tbrog't Neck, ' SI?
24TII WAEtl. .. Y. CITY. '
Seward Baker. Pltf.'s Atty., 130 Nassau tt. ,j ;
AT AUCTION. MONDAY. MAY 17.3 p7m, on pretn- H"
-(- laea. Manor Roal, within two blocks of new
trolley road, town of NorthHeld. Staten Island, the t .
teauttful and valuablo property of Louise Becaer. of "u
B3 acrea, will be sold In whole or In plou to suit buy t.
era. Mapa and Information from ') :
D, T. CORNELL. Auctioneer. .
6 Amea st. Clifton. Staten Island. J)'.
Seal ggtate !or air Counttiu ' flj;
Real Estate and GoldProperties i
FOR SALE IN VIRGINIA ' '
Farming and timber lands; als,) rruprties showinv ; i
OOI.D deposits equaling COUiKADO or Oa.lfornls. if!
Rare opportunity for lnrrtir, and but ten hours' It
ride from Nv Y-.rk city llniate saiubrloaa lor 't
particulars or further Informail' n address i,
II M 1IANCROFT. Manager. t(
Mineral City. Loulia county, Va. Jfl
"VYACK, N. Y Urtck apartment i store and three vl
Al flau ail rented; good Investment for soma one '1
!JihJ:u",Jaaa,t: UDK-nAM, OTIS BAJUIKTt, Il
830 Flatbttia ar, Breeklya, !l
,'r.ri" v.. ..,-- iiafl