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THE SUN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 191
BIG DEMAND IN BROOKLYN. FLANS FOR SEASIDE PARK. nkw jkbkv hkai, tate rm bai.k. new jkmet iwai, estate for salk. ; tomet bcbixkm yCTffwi. i wT. r,1ij
Ilulnic for Oronpanry, tmprotrmrnt
and fiiTpatment Mnkfl I.tvelr Mar
Importune of any one alo wrms
In liavo been lout In the large volume
of nmnll transactions reported In the
Construction Of New Mill's to' Brooklyn real estate field last week,
Astoria and Corona (Soinjr
TO BEAT CONTRACT TIMK
Elevntpri Roads floinsr IMishcd
Forward at Hip Rale of a
! Block a Wpck.
With activity manifest In the pinKieis
f transit Improvements In the vicinity
of tho Queenaboro HrlilKo in Queens
and the northern tier of the borough
aa far east ns Corona real estate men
are expecting tho busiest seaon In tin:
, A few iiuiiaunlly largo deals were put
through, Uie dale of tho block front on
the Bowery, Coney Island, and tho
, Brooklyn Club property, hut these were
more for the purpose of "getting Jn"
before the Influence of tho subways
.iilvniicfd values. Tho demand was
dlversltk'U. From every part of tho
borough reports were received of trans
uctlons In which small buildings tlgurn
prominently. Home of these. In the
path of progress, Hero purcliiiMed to
obtain sites for Improvement with moro
modern buildings, but the mnjorlty
were tuken for occupancy or as In
vestments. In the quiet Greeiipolnt section, whero
transactions have been few, numerous
tenement and prlvato dwelling prop
erties were sold. The prospect of ftet
t In s better transit through the shift
ing of the Brooklyn end of the Four
teenth street tubo from Xortli Ptivonth
hlatorv of that section
Onn of tho stupendous undertakings , street m me 1001 01 ureenponu avenue
of the country Is being mi Wed on In
that district In the viaduct of the New
York Connecting Ituilronil from the
Kast Itlver shore at Astoria to the
yard' of the Pennsylvania Knllroail at
Sunn.Nslde. Recently a muttgaui! of
J30.0W.O0O was placed on this big Im
provement and tho funds thus made
available are being used In the work
now going on. Most of the supporting
piers of concrete that will carry tho
roadtied over Intersecting streets have
been completed. They hip splendid
specimens of modern concrete con
struction. Of more local Interest Is the
work lhat is being done on the rapid
transit extension on Second avenue in
the Astoria section and on the Hoose
velt avenue cxtenlon on Thomson
Hill. The elevated superstructure on
Second avenue Is being pushed forward
at the rate of almost a block a week.
The superstructure Is now completed
from the terminus of the line at I)lt-
mam avenue to Broadway and all the
mil the agitation for a complete cross
town subway have stimulated Interest In
that section. While neither of these
matters has been absolutely settled
the prospects tire very bright, as
surances having repeatedly been given
of their establishment.
Another Interesting subway an
nouncement was that work would be
started in about ten dajs on Thirty
eighth street for the physical connec
tion between the Knurl It avenuo sub
way and tho Culver elevated line. .Sup
plemental to this was the assurance
given by Commissioner Williams that
the form of contract for the entire
Kastern Parkway route had been ap
proved and bid- would lie advertised
for Its building before the end of tho
Hullders are keeping pace with the
progress of the subways. Krora the
Cypress Hills section came the report
of a salo of 140 lot, some In Brooklyn
and some In Queens borough, for lm-
supports are In posit Irfn to within two j provement. This territory Is now being
blocks of Jackson avenue, where the actively developed with two family
construction under the present run- dwelling and three story apartments
tractors will end. Tho contractors e- with stores beneath. The recent pur
pect to finish this section of Him work chasers will probably follow along the
by New Yenr's Day.
The contract for the work on
; s.iine lines.
Kitrther Indication of continued build-
I lr Oela ;oimI Siiuurallotm for lle-j
vrlopnieni of Itiirkitnnr l.nnil.
Richard Schermerhorn, .Ir.. and .lames
K. Ilnilcy, engineers and hmdiiue si r
chltects of New York, have been
awarded first prize of $fi00 In n compe
tition Tor the best plan for the de
velopment of the shore front park at
the Rockaways, to be known as Tela
wana Park, for which tho city paid n
year and a half ago $1,300,000. Second
prize of $:-00 will go to Philip W. Pos
ter of Cambridge, Mass.; third prize
of $100 to Ailing S, do Korrfst of
Rochester, N. Y. The committee also
decided to purchase three other ilo
bIsiis as containing valuable Ideas
which may bo adopted In tho final
design by the Departm-nt of Parks.
Fifty dollars will go to one of three
persons who submitted these designs:
Charles N. I.owrlo of Now York city,
William Chester Wollner of ItoMon and
Kerrucclo Vltalo of New York clt..
Kpon the acquisition of the -He by
tho city the Turk Commissioners real
ized that ItH development pn tiented
features which had not Ivcn mt before
by the landscape architects of the de
partment. They also realized that If
assistance wero secured from oolMdc
tho department a development might
eventually bo had which would in
tho highest degree deslr ibli and nilwiu
tageous to tho thousands of prisons
who will enjoy the park, It was tneu
decided to appoint a committee to nsU
lor designs and make an uur.nl. The
committee selected wes Commissioner
Walter M. i:ilot of yiuens, Vlson P.
I.ewMs chief engineer of the llo'iri1 of
Estimate and Apportionment; I'ml 1".
Pllat, landscape architect of the board;
Robert W. do Forest of the Municipal
Art Commission and Thoinns lliitlnys.
the well known architect.
The committee In no way obligated
the city or Itself to have th nropttiy
develop! d along the lines of the design
relected, but It could use Ideas a is
gested In any of the three plans re
ceiving an nward for fltM, second and
third place, and also use Ideas con
tained In any plan for which It would
Since the plans have lien examined
some general Idem have been evoh ed
us to the character the park will as.
mime. One of the principal Items was
a suggestion as to the cost nf trees,
shrubs, plants, seeding and sodding, ind
the labor involved. This lit m will, it
Is believed, amount to more than hnlf a
million dollars. The general level of the
The Home of the Nature Lover"
Mountain iakk nj.
A ThottXAn- Acre Restricted Restdenttl 'Ptrk.
A WONDEKL.A MD OF MOUNTAINS. LAKES, FORESTS, AND
On Haa-rf F AnlhrmclU. Ll$ Than On Ha-' from N. Y. 'tv.
Expreta Statlo- on Proptrty.
Homes 10". to 40 grotar
value than alaawhara.
F.lactrle llghtad VIvm ana
Complete pure arttilin water
12 miles maeadamliad atrlvta.
Banks, ehurthaa. scnoal facJII-
Sterss deliver houaahaH sup
200 Distinctive Hamtt.
NOW IS THE TIME TO
Series of eennectlna pictu.
Eight miles brekan there Trent.
Flthlna, beating, bathing,
00 fttt tlevatltn.
Unobstructed vltwa at far at
aya ean aea.
EXAMINE AND SETTLE
ON TOUR PERMANENT HOME
Horn: on 1-2 im 2 Act Hot; from $5,000 to $28,000
PtCTtlP.KS AND PLANS GLADt.T MAILED ON REQUEST.
MOUNTAIN LAKES, Inc 170 BROADWAY, N. Y. C
Telephone, 1S21 Certlana.
Popular Type of Floral Park Dwelling
Wmi'1 --t- vv-; rrr" rr rr;tsrrv r. f-J
m ' .
'Km ' -
isaaaaV pHrEgHv! F HkM
ggglJJcSft itggffXil k JLHH
Price $5,000 Easy Terms
(Cannot it duplicated at f 7,509)
HALF ACRE PLOT
OmtAlns rtewptlon flail, ferre Mvlns
liniiin, lilnlnr Itoom, lluil't IHnirv unit
hltrhrn. all n nri.1 Door. Three tare." IWt
ronins nnl Slropluu Porch. l.unryAni Htor
nrr licom In Moue barmni: I.lntn CtMtte,
rilrrt PVith; JtAiclwood Trim, nesmert Cell
lne. Wslrseoilne: strum llrst, Klecirlelty.
Krrj' O'ihJim :i pcni'ntcrirr Uirafrt n
ov o s t jt.vv"
A 300 Acre Residential Park
OVERLOOKING SUMMIT, N. J.
i:i.t vrnis : rn.T
Ono'iili.l'.w hill) lMc
MXII.MI U'l NT IEW.
INVIl!()HATtN. MllfNTAI.V AIR.
Ovrr mltr iT.nitlf' 1 rlr froniAj.
$.vi' t't.rii Hot sE.
At.t. umi ami w.vrnit SPORTS.
I In' IMMie .UiU l'rUt. Schools,
n osi: in ii i .v v.. i; it sta,
I pv than lin'ir u N lli:nfa (Voire,
full. tr or ol.iiii- for phutm and plan'.
GEORGE R. PEARE
lii.nc 4J.M Mi:ir;.) Hill. M 114 HT 4Snd St.
HfNDHKt) THIRTY a:re One bulldlnr Und.
threr iiille fromTTfnton..V J : KM.MOtnhablbintv
l'arllctilt, il(trn I II. STILUS. Trrnton.
HEAL ESTATE FOR H.II.E Write hntfr Co.
1 V ITORJAIRLYtmaiioiisiie'ipriTate
l TH feitate, its 300 acre are now trail- U V
I Kofi tle, in all thrirntutlandmjn-
Via Ceintr Fun Holland taa MiW
nill GaewrrannComtiTUabolfManiniqailiiT NIL
TU and culilaor ipom, lha ohole (if. 'T
I nj pm(nhataa unuiualUin4amomof
AnM tsuqr to prop! ol icbcmeal and culture, tv
W7U WawegUliUlauaddacriptiftlitaMhirf. VUf
WfM CEDNEY FARM COMPANY
lErjL CeuiXrj Life J Ptnuntnl Eipotiiisn
"NrrLKT W A XI TSHKU.",
All about -Th Irtral Hnrr.e Town.
.NirCHITUtY. Ilm 314. .Ntltley. V 3
ARTISTS COVNTRY HOME
will Irate, $7J per month a barraln,
At Brlarrlllf Manor. Heatrbvater Co., . y.
One hour out, on tilth, tiraitlltnl rmitnd
Kooina, 2 hiMh-. hoi vnirr lirAt,
BRiARCi.irr iii:ai.tt c.
Tl 707n Murray at 111 1." lit ath St V '
lluitaon ntvrr. 7 r a a
Wratenrater. f t. 1
Kintith Ins & Co
AI'AltTMI'.NTx TO I.KI'-IM I KMMIKII, APARTMENTS TO LET $t t HMHKII.
notion extendlnir from a point about
one hundred feet from JaoUson avenue
alonir that avenue to the Queensboro
nrldtro plaza and on the plaza to the btK
union station tia.s been approved and
1st by thn Public Service Commtslon.
VMS work under thn contract muit be
finished In two years, but . the con
tractors do not expect to lifxln work
until sprlnir.nnd then thr-y will say they
tM-Bplstn all the work, Incliidlnt; the
big plaza station, In flftrm month.
Of an entirely difTerent charncfr Is
tJktl work on Thomson Mill. Tn pro
vtda that the elevated structurn which
puses over Queens Boulevard xhall bo
!n,accord with tho parkllUe developrnfiu
of that future Kreat thorout:hfnre it
has fjeen provided that the overhead
stnicturn hern shall of concrete
worked Into, an ornamental deslprn. The
pln accepted for this part of the work
resembles one of the fine viaducts iC
I'aris. Thn contractors are now elect
ing; the supporting pillar?, which In
masslVfinefM and completeness of detail
Them pillars have now been com
puted for a dlstanco of nine blocks
to Bragaw avenue and the foundations
for the remainder to Greenpolnt avenue
hare been completed. From this point
the line will extend to the big transfer
Mdon at Keller and Woodslde ave
nut Woodslde, where a Junction will
be made with thn Long Island Railroad.
The Liong Island Railroad In now
puanlnir Kb part of the work In con
nection with the union station. Rapid
progress ts being made on the elevated
line from Woodslde to Shell road, Elm-hunt
Ing In the Eastern Farkway section
was given uy tne nunc or plans ror
five three story brick dwellings to cost
$40,000. The, new structures will be
situated on n pint 100 by 115 feet on
Carroll street at the southwest corner
of Brooklyn avenue. Plans were also
filed for a $fi,009 apartment on Taton
ACTIVITY AT CONEY ISLAND.
Coaalderabln IIiijIiiu mid Itiiltillnir
Due to Sew Rapid Transit,
The sale of a block front nt Coney
Island this week to nn Investor draws
attention to the activity which has re
cently sprung up In Hint section of
Urooklyn. This property Is located op
poalte to the proposed entrain'" tu the
I'nurtlt avenua subway anil bus been
purchased for Improvement with "
mnusement 7ulldlng when the effect of
the subway begins to show Itself.
Another block front wax lecenlly pur
chated for Improvement Immediately
with liuRRalo-wt and a long term lease
of a suhstautiul plot .was also nesotluted
for Improvement with the name class of
building. Plans filed with the Building
Bureau each tiny ilucUue. Hie Intentions
f numerous builders 'o elect the same
fyie of building 011 hi, alter and Indi
vidual plots. Koine liiiliilrrx are begin
ning to dlucoiint the demand for ar
CoaUDodatlonH for the employee of the
R. It. T. who will be employed lit t tie
new terminus to be establiNhcd In the
neighborhood of MlieepsliiMd Hay and
hvm Hied plans for three story tene-
HrKIXEXl imoPKIITV I.KASKS.
The Potialas Koblnson, Charles S.
Brown Cotnpnnv with Beton Henry ft
HoukIhs niljlions l.uve leased the ground
Moor More In 20 Wext Fifty-seventh
xtieet for ti teim of years to Kllzabetti
Cunriitigliam, doing tiuslneas as "An
nette," dealer In women's wearing RP-.
pare), for many years located on West
Tense A.- Mllliuan have leased the parlor
floor In tl! Kuxt roily-sixth, street to
I'liarlex Thorley, the tlorlst : also offices
In Aeollim Mall to Alula 1'. Swuboda uud
to Chat Its Fuld.'in.
CaiMelu & l.liineklti h.ivo leased the
HeiM-utti loft in CJ-r.T Wett Thirty-sixth
sticet to J. Kchwarti & Co.; space tn 112
West Twenty-sixth street to lierscher
& 5eh(Hrti:: space In 341-3-17 Fifth ave
nue to .1, llrnndt & Co, ; space In 320
Fifth af tine to Apt ft Co.: the ninth
and tenth lofts In 17-19 West Seven-.
te.ntli street to 'I. ft 1.. dimmer; with
Frederick Fox ft Co a loft In 84-90
Fifth nvemiA to if. ft U. Klotz & Co.
and for Htephen 11. Tyng, Jr., a loft In
4D0 Fourth avenue to H. J. Hull ft Ron.
Th Durosa Company bas leaaed the
store at 111! West Fifteenth street to
John D. Clay: the stnrn at 03 West
Twentieth stieet to t'lmrles King and a
loft In 12t West Flglitcinth street to
The MoVlckar, (lalll.inl Beslty Com
pany litis lens.il lo Hrinian Bsrb, Jew
eller, the More uf the northeast eornor
of Binsdway ami Foit-tlfth street,
.1, Aitlnir Fischer lias' lemed lo B, A.
ItURe and Hubert ,1. (I'M earn the club
hoUMO or I lie Wext Side Tf lints Club,
!!38th slrent and Bmsdnuy. tOKetlier with
the twenty-four mints, also leased to
Fill. UoMinbeig the hooth In the arcade
or t3-t" West Tlilily-eiKhth stteet and
lofts III Ull-lfil West 'llllltN-lxlll Mreet
ami II" West Thli-slxtli Mteei to Itlda
The .Mi Vl liar. i!mIIIiii Itenlly Com
.an has leasul lo tin- W. f .Midlews
( oiiu:i lis , liabeid.inln r, from .May I, I'.UI,
die live spiry ImitdliiK at l'.'l I'liltuu
hlieel, uuithwest corner or ('lunch sticet,
cllii i ll opposite the IIuiIhoii T.i initial
lltliltllligs The building will be ikten
Stephen II Tyng, Jr., 1 have
leased space III tile .lildl.oll Avenue
building. .Madison hwiiuh and Twenty
fifth street, to (leoige K. Kunlisrilt, tne
I'ihhsiiii Woisled ComiiHtiv and the
(ishl.osh rirass .Muttlng Conipnnv, slso
space In Hi" Fotillli Avenue Hiillilltur,
J.'iili 111 iiM'iint' mid Tnent -f 1 ' enth
stieet, to Willis I.. Onderi H- Co , also
space In 2'l.:i Kast Nlnete. nth xnect tn
William .Mcr A- Co, also fptire In 18
ICast Heventeeiilh stitet, In ronjnticllon
with M. I'. Mess, to Marine, Wein &
Hamburger and space In 13 K.iat Heven
tetnth street to Blrnhuk & Boalbacn.
entire park area, which Is but eight
feet nbovo the high water mark, will
not be materially changed. The hind
to the 1101 th of Washington avenue
will be developed as the park proper,
and there will be Instilled popular
amusements, such a.s picnic grountlx,
merry-go-rounds and playgrounds. The
marginal street running from the east
and Inside tho bulkhead line will teinil-
nate near the easterly boundary of
tho property. The land south of W ish
Itlglon avenue will be occupied laicely
by hospitals and charitable Institutions.
LARGEST FACTORY FOR QUEENS, j
Mtr rhnarn for !;ln Itllxlimen t Thai
Will I'niploj- fl.OIIO Men,
Big developmeiito nre foreshadowed in
the building ripplu ations tiled In i.nieens
during tho hint week. While deelop- !
ments along tho transit eNlenlons nre
expected It Is apparent that there is ,
cen a wider Held of uctivlt.v. The total j
estlmnted cost of btilldlnus in the bur- 1
ough for which applications w 10 mailo
wan 1410,470. This Included is appll- !
cations for new buildings. 1
Flans will poon bo tiled with the
building bureau for the run Hon of n'
factory building at laum Island cit
near tho big factory of tint Loose-W'lles ,
24-28 West 59th St.
Central Park South
New Building, near Fifth Ave. entrance to Central Park.
Attractive doctors' offices, studios and kitchenette
apartments of 2, 3 and A rooms and bath. Hnndsomely
appointed, possessing every modern convenience. Large
sunny rooms ready for immediate occupancy. Arrange
ments can be made for larger housekeeping suites.
Pease & Elliman, Agents
340 Madison Ave., near 43d St.
Company that will be fully ns large
as the latter building and which will
Si vi employment to S.OtiU hands.
Uxtemdve dt- elopments of two story
brick buildings are m t.e made among
i he builders being .1. and i'.. ISnrkhnril,
who will erect six on Chat.ott.' place
south of Millwood ateim... Kvergroen,
at a cost of $14. 'Mill, The C,'im'o tie
I'.ealty Company ill erei t tour on Ful
ton avenue, e:'t of Ocfin View nve
title Woodhaven. at a cost of JL'S.OUO.
The llveiett Itettllj Cotilian will
I ml eleven thlee sIol bl'lrl, telleincllts
on Colonial avenue near ,heiinii '.avenue,
Jamaica, at a cost of JM.r.On. i.lborlo
UatulaZ7o will lollllnili' a tle elopment
on Kly iieiiue sooth of Wilbur avenue,
Long l.-d.iml ('lt).b) t ae erection of four
stoiy litiidi stole. u m 1 tenements at a
cost of ir..00d ea. Ii, and Christian Dne
ltecke will eieit thiie story brlcl; tene
ments on Cntalpa uveuiie near Anthoti
street, Itldnewooil, at a cost of ft.OOO
Many builders hae applied for per
mits to erect detached frame dwellings,
among them being I.oshen Bros., to
erect dwellings of two ajid a half stor
ies on Williams avenue West of Jeff
rey avenue, Jamaica, nt a cost of $3,000
each, and the Onscoyne llealty Com
pany, to erect two story dwellings on
Bond avenue south of Fulton avenue
and on Ocean View avenue south of
Fulton avenue, Woodhaven. at a cost
of $3,0110 each.
SERVANT PROBLEM SOLVED.
ii'ilney Farm lintel IIITcr l'iiiiiilep
Ser ler to Xciirlty Itealilenla.
Tho management behind tip' tii'diuy
Faim Company, which is the chip ern
developing the tletllley l'artll piapeity,
tlie former Howard Wlllcts estate at
While ruins, have solved In -i meaHiire
at least the servant problem. Wheu
penpla are now Inclined to apartment
dwelling simply because It seems to bo
Residence Being Built for H. H. Shannon at Kensington
The building and plant of a manufacturing firm
was recently destroyed by fire. To replace the ma
chinery will require seven months. For that length of
time this concern will practically be out of business,
while its competitors gather in the lost customers and
the shekels. This firm occupied the usual inflam
mable, vulnerable-to-fire-factory-building common to
New York. While our City now possesses a goodly
number of completely Fireproof, automatic sprinklered
factory or loft buildings, these, as a rule, nave been
built on high priced land, necessitating high rents,
which are far beyond the capacity of many a manu
facturing business to pay.
For several reasons there has been, and is, a de
.cided dearth of low rent, high grade, indestructible
factory or loft buildings, alTording immunity from fire,
and therefore securing absolute protection to life,
merchandise and that most important factor, undis
turbed continuity of business. 1 o erect such buildings
and lease at low rents requires low priced land. We
have pioneered on this virgin field of low-priced-land-high-grade-low-rent-buildings,
and have thereby secured
some of the largest, and therefore tight waddiest, firms
in our city. We have recently completed another such
factory or loft building, which "unites those two factors
rarely found in each other's society, viz.: the maximum
of building and the minimum of rent, lb is the type
of building in which perfect safety to the lives of oper
atives is assured, and this condition is reflected in their
This new building of ours is located on the West
Side, near Washington and Christopher Sts. Eight
high stories and basement; 6(ix100 ft . It is light, bright,
airy and cheerful, and contains every improvement
needful to the successful, economical conduct of busi
ness, especially in that important item of rent, which
is, as sings our war cry,
"The Lowest Rent in Manhattan."
Either the owners or their descriptive pamphlet
will furnish all information. Send for d'hrr or both.
St. John's Park Realty Co., Owner
William D. Kilpatrick James H. Cruikshank
55 Liberty St. Tel. Call 5180 Cortland.
BEST FORTHEMONEY j
83 x 506
Light Cormer Lofts, $49
READY FOR IMMEDIATE POSSESSION: CONCESSION
Desirable Offices, $400 Up
Stores, $2,500 Up
I I.DMl S I HllllIS 10 Will . s. -
IO NO ISLAND REAL ESTATE FOR HAM:.
SiTIWW '-'Af'W 'V'7 ""T"'?-1 LTfm
Imm ti jfljfesjsjsjsiJI
tlio only tlilns tliy ran nfforrl nnil hn
rn ii i. mi".''. fur tlirm thn sorvnnt
pi'iin in. lil-'i I." I'Oi'omlnn nmro nml 1
nun.' ilirrii-tilt. tliev ii 10 now prf-mlttod "
to iivn m Hip iiitintry within cI(.t
pniMiTilty in n hlirli I'l.isa nil yi-ar rntiml
lintr-l, Wlli'l-O tho IlilU'l corvK'n 1 flMUI
nhlo to tlirm nt nil timet. Ttu-ro nr
nlfd Iiiiki. lUlinlifrs of oily jieoil(. who
Ikivi' 1'pi'ii .'insliiiis in llvt' in the I'otin
tr. Irit the Kl7 of lliolr fstalilishmunt
inaK.'s It n Ki''it lmnlon upon the
It Is posi!i!o at Oi'lny Form for tlio
pi'oplo wlm hi i lam pntrtulnrH to
malntniii n r.-latlxcly pmnll eBtRbllBh
nuMit nml tnUo rari nf tholr norlnl ob
lirf.itlnnH nt the hotel, sa Ilia' they may
fr.'l free to cwc up tlidr hnmB for
ir. .nlh or s.i nt n tlm without heiwy
nsp. nse or th" iwci-.f lly lr nliliiB ui
mi entirely new sot of ilmm-tle help,
wlil.'h tuav mt ntw"" 1 uynllahln.
i:eiy ccinvenlfin'o lx slvn ni Oixlnoy
I'M rii for phyclral uml yci'M eiuertaln
nit ni nnl It H couvi'itli ntlv located no
lip l tho lulnos man niav iiijJw Hi"
I ip from lilr. lntine to V ill tnt
w.'hlil nn tioin-.
Artistic Modern House (3 Baths)
(lamzi' lirviltful 1rn prhntf hMbln.
htilrll pli-' '.".' mllm nut itrrf xtMa :
irpiliiii il mrio'iiKllniis mid nrlehhothood.
ti'tiit 'rtrf nnil Term
S. OSGOOD PELL & COMPAlfT
Bll HI llr.tmil K4'J Fifth Avrnur, ?I. T.
COl M HV HK.U, ESTATE TOB ftALJI.
Sltoiu: t'KONT rrtldcnn on Manhiitnt B
Fori WublnitoD: on ol iho florst vlm oo law;
Island. MmlItfiom Ienn. 6tatlon. New York- ;'i
fltcirlo traloa each, way dally: Decupled by omi
FarttralarAllUIUURSnRT,U-.' Putnam We
llrooklyn. .N. Y.
170 West 74th St.,
COIlNtn 01' AMSTERDAM AV
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lain l.iil.fK, Murrla Plains. B. .1, ('Mill I
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lower Hroailw.iv touier of the Aator Housa
t i.. tlilitt-n vaara la to ba 111
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lllto Cit- Invt'-illiiK Hiillrtlnit In tho aiuru
liiiown a 1 roitlainlt atrect. The atore
lie Iniftrr than the pine In thu Aator
lloiiBe. which hail to ba acntnl wln-n th
city bouKl" nn OHfemeni nniirr uif prop
fiiy for a aubwa
htv nwniiMXR iir.M'r.ii,
.1, Arthur FlMhrr haa leH'nl th thrt
tory ilwallhiK nt HT West Sve nty-thlrd
trtat to Dr. J. F. Powar.
n:tVTi run i'ithw v orriri
ll.ii'iiiiiHii Co, lianUe . Im , imihI
a lnifio npatu In thn He t Imtfl,
now iiinlfi- ooiu'tt.P t '. It
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p.iuo III the liiiilillin; at li- Miiit nM't
civnr of Viirtv-s-cim'l slnfi a.-l Mull
ami iim'iiuu I Tbo J..) ton I'uiiip anil M.ui
ufuftuiliiK Compnnj, 1 Jit Holh Smith. J.
M, Htoiidlilon, Peamuml Diiinut Co,
Cnlleetorn iMuh, Cumpii'l I'lm-toiy Coin
puny,, llellnr W Wolf, Knldi-i bocl.tir
l'oriu'nd Ceitu'iit Cuiupauy, .Miiuufnctui
nra 1'aper Compnuy, Hellatica Hall IWr
Iiir Door Hangar Company. Olifator lln
Haniat'Holvay Company, Hi'rI.v & Mm.
tin. Canadian ConaollrtaloJ LnnJc, LPl ,
W Nilaaon, O. W. Ford DitnKen tin
pint uifiit, rtealtv, ContmctlnK & Con
itiurtloti Company, Charttted T.anrt
Sviullt'Mtr. .linina.Llppalatlt Compam,
,eoK,, W l.'wla, I'eruer rui rn
Company and E. La Marehall