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TARIFF POLICY DISCUSSED.
ro AGRKKMKNT REACHED BY THE SEN?
AT:: FINANCE COMMITTEE.
fat lateoeM'B vo raa saiauaa.]
TV?sr.ivgfon. April '_M.V The Senate Finance
CosnOBtttee met this morning for the first time
plnc-^ (?.,. Dtagiey Tariff bill reached the deliber?
ativo braaeh nearly five work? ago. mainly for
the parpaos ad talking over the programme to be
f lb wed In dealing with the Republican revision
c' that BMaaure, which is about to be sobsnltted
By Messrs. Allison. Aldrich. Platt and Wolcott
The Rsrmhlleaa ?uh^oranlttee has not yet .mite
P->l?hed l:s labors, and will not be able to offer
g completed substitute before Monday next, but
the policy of the full committee In dealing with
the amended measure wat anxiously discussed
Vy the representatives at th-- two wings of the
committee who were In attendance to-day.
A? Mr. Jenes, of Arkanra-. who maintains a
r>::r.ln rccignized leadership OB the IVmocratio
aida, and Mr. Jones, of Nevada, who BOldB the
casting vote in the Committee, were both absent.
rv> very satisfactory anderetandlng as to the
Course to be follow.- ' .-? u' I aaohed at to-day's
session. The Rerubllcar members who were
present. Messrs. M nil!. AlllSOB, Aldrich and
"Wolcitt. urged the DetnoCTAti opposition to al?
low the bill to pass through the full committee
at a single sitting, so that it could be reported
to the Senate on the same day that its provisions
?rere made public. To publish the text of the re?
vision and silll hold the bill in committee would.
th<- Republican members urpod. submit both
aid? s to annoying Unportanlttes for changea ft- m
even quarter importunities which might be
Staved off If the bill were safe out of the hands
ct he committee and on the Senate calendar.
Although th-re was some dlap? sltl m shown by
the pemocrats present, Mesera Vest. White and
Walthall, to relieve the committee of any annoy?
ing prestrure f< r further changes, the drift of
J>emocratiC opinion inclined in the main toward
demanding at least three or four days for the
examination <>f the text of the now bill In com
miitie. On some of th.- mor?- Important amend
inen's. it waa argued, the two sbi.-s of the com?
yr.tttee should go on record, and the attitude of
Senator J i ta, it was a.bled, might profitably be
diario?d by a formal Issue In the committee on
reporting the bill. No definite conclusion could
he reached under the circumstances however,
and the committee adjourned, to renew the effort
to come to an agreement at next Mondays aea?
pion.
CONGRESS BOWS A FORMAL SESSION
HAKT r.Ksoi.cT'.ox? PIUSCKTRT IB THF. BEXATB
- tnr.r.v SIMPSON AT IT AQA1*
Washington. April ??The question of whether
V^inf.s? -was to be done by the Senate this week
area mixe.! by Mr Petttgrew, of South Dakota,
When the Benate m?t to-day. II* proposed that the
F .-..-? iirert a conference on the Indian Approprt?
ation i 111
Mr. Chandler, however, cave rotlc? that he
sronld object to r.ry business being ?lone beende
there was a general onderstandtng that none
should be taken up In the absence of man. Ben?
?tors in New-York to attend the eerentonles of
dedicating the Grant Monument- other Benators
protested that theie bad ben no such agreement
asada
Thereupon Mr. Quay suggeoted that before the
Indlat. bill waa disposed of there should be an In?
vestigation of the leases of the oil lands of the
Pfi-eca Indians ef Itew-Torh, remarking that tho
F nets should know whether the Indians were
being robbed of valuable Interests.
A message from the President transmitting the
report of the commission to sdjust the boundary
Una between the United states and Mexico west
cf the Rio Grande was read.
Thir. Mr. Quay presented a resolution eallir.*
\.- i th, B i retary of the Interior for information
es 10 whether the leases of the sennas- oil lan.in
had beeu made in the usual manner, and whether
lb? re had been any corruption. It was agreed to
without debate. .... ?
leiring the presentation of memorials Mr. gpooner
altered on? "from several thousand men who work
for wages In the lumber district!? of Wisconsin,''
ashing for the enactment of the lumber schedule of
the Dingley bill
Mr Vest offered a resolution for a comprehensive
inquirv by the commerce Committee of the Senate
into tne causes o' and remedies for the Mississippi
floo'ls. and said he would call it up at the next
BBeettng , .
Mr I'ettigrew followed with a resolution calling
on the Commissioner Ot Labor for Information as
to the co.-t o: producing 1,000 feet (board measure)
of whit? pine lumber, the answer to inclue? the
cost o. w.->rk In the woods and in the mill, both
in the United States and Canada. This was adopt,- i
with the addition of a question proposed by Mr.
?fSrye concerning ihe cost of stumpage.
A resolution was offered by Mr. Morcan and
adopted, requesting the President, If not incom
j ? ?ble srlth the i terests, to transmit to the
isen.ite all correspondence with the Consul-General
and ( onsuls ? lb? hepinning of the
war n< : hen tofor? i il llsh? d
Tier, at 1..'. p. m the Senat? adjourned un;il
Monday.
The House was in s<ss-.->n seven mientes to-day.
The Journal was not read. The objection that there
vas ao quorum present was Inter].?'! by Mr.
Blmpson. and Mr Payi ?- ma le a motion to ad?
journ. ?' W sim... srhO was in the chair, hell
that an adjournment under the order of the House
made, last Fridsv arould be until Monday. Mr.
Simpson protest? I vainl) that II was uncoi til
tional to aii.ic-;rTi for mor? than one day without
a quorum, and h? ask? I an opportunity to bs
hear! But I ro? er was loudly demanded
end Mr, Payne's motion was put and carried, most
c! the Demo ral ? r?a; with the Republicana
?
DELEGATES TO THF POSTAL CONGRESS.
THIP COUBTBT'S BEPBESEKTATTVES APTOIXTEX)
V\NY FOREIGN DELEGATES ABRITE.
Washington, April :? I'?? master-Oeneral Gary
has sppolnted 'be following delegates io repre?
sent the United States at the International Postal
Ceeurresa to be heM in this city on May ?; Genera]
Georg- B. Batcheller, of New-York; Howard itose.
water, ol Omaha, Neb.; James N Tyner, of Wash?
ington; Captain M M. Brooks, of Virginia, and
A. !.. Hasen, of Pennsylvania.
?b lierai Batcheller ;s the chairman of the delega?
tion, and ii. that capacitj doubtless will have the
honor of presiding over thi sesaions of the Con?
gross. 11? haa travel!, si enslvely, apesha French
Che language of the convent.on) fluently, and Is
acejualnted with oth?r laagusgea He was sent by
this Government on n special mission to Egypt,
where be remained several reara; was Minister to
Portugal ander President Arthur, and Kirn As
Fista'it secretary ot ?hr> Treasury Ir the Harrison
Administrai
Edward Roeewatet, the second member of :he
delegation, is i n< of the asosl aceompllshed linguists
in the country. He s said to aneah almost s .-core
of langung? . snd haa shown much Interest in
postal affairs He lu.s mad? fn tuent arguments
before Congress In behalt of the postal telegraph
and rxtenelo of lb? parcels-poal system, and h;.h
suggested a number of Improvements in the ser?
vi ?? H.- is the proprietor of "The Omaha Be? "
Mr. Tyner w.is Postmaster-General for several
months m the ?atter part <?!' General '?rant's .vi
mlnlstratlon: was Second Assistant and later First
Assistant P stmaster-General, ind was twice as
slstant Attorney-General for the Postoffire Depart?
m? it, lie has also represented Indiana in Con
C?ptala Brooks has been corn?ete,; with the
postal servi? la different capacities for almost s
quarter of a century, snd haa been Superintendent
of i-'oi-ii-r, Malli -? . -- . . y?ni the appoint?
ment from Postmaster-General Wanamaker
Mr. Haz-n w..v Identified with the PostolBee De
jie.rtmiT.t for many years, and was Third Asslstanl
"Postmaster-General under President Harrison
Mr, lb ha Dir? ??.- - ol is Intern itlonnl Bi reau
of th? rostsi Union at Berne, Switserland, who
win be secretary of the Postal Congress, called on '
Postmaster-General Gary lo?day :?> pay bis re? !
rpe ts His secretaiiei iccompanled him.
Delegates from Germany, Austria. BelglusA, I
?sredea and Rasaanls to Ihe International Postal
Congress arrived her? yesterday on the stea
Lahn. They were Ministerial Director Putsch, i
Postal Inspector Roth and Postmastei Neuma
of Germany: Ministerin! Vlce-Berretsry Adalbert
Rfttor von BUbral Dr, Heinrich Ritter von Kamm
1er, T. Harburger snd Dl Rudolph Neubauer, M- '
r< ????:-... aral of Posta and Teiegraphi ,< \
tria; Messrs, Sterpin and Umhin, ..f Be'srlum- I>r I
Gronwslle snd General Cost Directoi B hlytern of
Sweden, and R. N Preda. Chlel of the Division of
telegraphs ard Posts, qf Rumania, Captain N M
Brooks, the Superintendent ot Koreian Malls' ai
Washington, came to this city and went .?own tha
l.av or, a revenu? eut te. yesterday mom;,^. ??
meet the delei nd escort them to hotels In the
city. or the Kpaarndam. of the Holland-American
Lire, wer?- .1. P Havelaar and ?? \ inder ll. in
Other delegates are expected to arrive from tor
e'p.i countries this week.
NATAL ORDERS.
Ka.hington. Apt:! IB fsanmaildn r c Todd has
beer detachei from i-e .v rfolb Mavy Tard and or?
der? 1 u. command the Wilmington. May la The
foiirw ng offlcrs are also erdered to the Wllaalna-.
ten; Ueateaaat J. it OssSIsm, Lieutenant w r
?***' 'T' n'::f ****** J V ?? Lawrence, from
the NsefeMi Tard: Ueotenaof m. JoltnaoT rrS
th. War College: bmlgs Bertolette, from the m,
-endetta; Knslgn C Iialloy. ?om ^j?*?
I tlon; Ensign H, S. Rille from the Richmond The??
offleers have been .letncherl from the Naval Aoademy
and .irdereil t.i the Mononpnhela for the summer
I cruise: Commander I'. White, to command ; Paaaed
Ass1?tanl Psymaater F. T. Arms, Assistant Burgeon
! I> M. Morgan. Chaplain 11. II. dark: Meat? liant
\v. n Shoemaker. Lieutenant s. H. Williams, Lieu
, tenant B. P. 1.leper. Lieutenant W. S. Benson, Lieu?
' tenam 0. >'. Rogers, Lleutennnl Y. Noel sad Ltau?
tenant B. H. Underwood, as executive.
THE SI, If OUTER OF THE SEALS.
I NBED OB ktODTPTINO TMB RBOULATIONB AP
MITTKP HV H.VC.I.ANH'S ?'( lMMISt-'PlNKIt.
i Washington. April :.,?. -geversi months airo the re
i port of President Jor.ian. the head .if the American
[ Scientinc rommisslon to the Baal Islands last yssr,
, was submitted to the ?lov. t nmeiit. That of I'ro
! f( ssor T"honi|>son. ot the llritish Commission, ad
, drsassjtl to Lord Salisbury, Ins bist appeared. I't'o
; fessor Thssapaon doea not discuss the stiiijei-t of
; pelagic sealing, bul coaflnea ills reporl to t'ne ob?
; aenrationa Biadeofaeai life on the Pribylofl lalanda
I He does not at cm to have discovered any materlsl
I decrease In the herd In l8!?-'. from lOa, but recoc
1 nlzes and admits :i ?narked decrease as compared
i wiiii 'Si.'. H.- flnda the bresding ground? In line
condition, so far as abundance of male life era?
coiicori-od. He coi'.ce, 1-s that irore than one-half
1 Of the dead pups on ihe Islands are due to the
killing ,f the mothers in Behring Bes. This per?
cent ago Is less than Riven by 1 >r. Jordan. He
! sneaks In high terms of the methods of driving
! and killing the male seals by the ?esf-ees. and says
j that he BBS no recommendntlon? to suggest for
i their Improvement.
Although he does not take up the subject of
pelagic seeJing, and denies that there has been
j any alarming decrease of th* herd, the conclusion
; r.-ached from his olisen allons on the islands points
unmistakably to the rjeceaaity for some aaodtnea
, tlon of the existing refutations, it is as follows:
It is say duty to state to Your Lordship that
1 there Is 'still abundant need for car.- and for
' prudent measures of conservation in the Interest?
Ol all. A birth rale, which we estimate Bl 113.000
! per annum. Is not gnat. In comparison With the
drain upon Ihe stock. From on?' cause or anoth 7
a loss of ov.r 20.000 is experienced among the pup?
ere they emigrate to sea; and though the danger?
1 thev there encounter an unknown t? us, w? may
1 take it for certain thai the risks they run are great
!and the loss they endure consider:.ble. when
1 to the measured loss In Infancy nn.l to the un*
m< asured losa In youth and age, we aad the toi.
taken on the Island? and the toi! taken in the
sea it is rot difficult to beii.-ve that the margin
1 of safety Is a narrow one, if II be sot In some
mi lure overstepped. We may hope for ? perpet?
uation of Ihe present numbers; we cannot count
! upon an increase. And it is my earnest hone thai
a recognition of mutual Interests and a r. ??r?i tor
th. common advantage may suggest measure? ol
prudence which ?hall keep the pursull and slaugh?
ter of the animal within du and definite bounds.
THE 8TEAMFITTER8* STRIKE.
The member? of the Progress Assoziation of
Bteamfltters1 Helpers, who. were left in the buch
1 by the ?teamflttera a few day? ?go in the conflict
latter with the Master Steam snd Hoi Water
! Fitters' Association, have taken decisive a.::.n In
, their own behalf and ordered a ?trike yeeterday In
th.. National Hank Building, a1 Fulton and Gold
! st.?. Th. helpers to th* nun!? r of 100 quit work
at the clot? of the dinner hour, A ?erlea of strikes
Is expected to follow to-day.
CHARLES ft. FOSDICE BURIED.
! The funeral of Charlea B Foadlck was held yeeter
j day afternoon In the Church of the Incarnation. The
services ?A.re conducted by the Rev, W. M. Gros
I venor, assisted by the Rev. John Campbell. The
honotary pall-bearer? were Frederick D. Tappen,
j Henry T. Carey, P. Holler, < ?. D. Mann, J. I..
! Hiker, V. J. II. Hlnton, S.-il.-m H. Wales, W. N.
? Cromaren, H. l'jrr.-ii Jsmei '?. de Forest, >;. W,
! Smith and P. I.. Stetson. Amona other? present
were Amo? F Bi i Jame?: M. Constable, John w.
Coehrane, Henry D, Auchincloss, Thomaa J. I?avi<
an 1 William !.. Andrews. The fun? ral WSI at Wood
lawn.
ART WORKS OF THE FAKIRS.
The Society of American Fakirs now haa on exhi?
bition its collection of "fakes" at No. 2br. West Fifty?
seventh-si . where the works of art will he sold at
auction to-morrow at 2 p. m. l.ik<* forme- collections,
the "fakes" are grotesque Imitations, exaggerations
and burlesques on well-known paintings, and show
In most Instances a keen sens?, of humor as well
a? artistic ability. The aspirants for "fake" hon?
ors ore not llmitel to paint and canvas for their
picture?:. In Older to heighten effects and to leave
no doubt ns to the, intent of the artist, other ma?
terials tire freely used, snd In Instances where
there mich? still h<? a lurking doubt th?? Fakir's
meaning is told in plain English.
Tn? Fakirs will hold .m entertainment this
evening, at which their "fake" orchestra will fur?
nish tho music, Prizes will be given for the- mo?t
original costumes and the entertainment wi!l dosa
With a dance. The Kazoo Hand will also furnish
music to-morrow while the sale is going on. and
the auctioneer? will be in costume. The "f,iken"
I will be on exhibition until to-morrow evening.
CIXMXXO PRICttf OF BAN ?FRANCISCO bTOCKB
Baa Francisca Apr!' -^. HBT,
Tasterdar.To : T?sterdav.To-?lay.
.OS Hal? & Korerosa. .?7 A".
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."'. Kentueky Con.in. .m
.'..: Mexli ir.:..l ..?'.
.?'7 ?mal G n... 4s .1*
hlr .l.Ofi i ...
.: .1 . ?verman .08 ,01
.!?. Pntoal .rj
1.10 -'a- .e-e .JJ
l.st. <if:.. Nevada..'..I
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.81 ['tan Con . -
.02 Veil, -.y Jacket ... .2*1
Alt* .0B
Al?*?ha Coa.?7
Ande* . (?i?
Reicher .:i7
Boat a- il-1, her. .70
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TEMPLE COURT,
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HO te 123 Nataau-aL
RENTS MODERATE
r.CLAND * WHIT1??O, Afrent?.
cr. r"'"!rei.
?ftirniGhf?! iionses (to Cet
fTIHREE-STORT bawR.eal broirnstoni dwelling houea
J. SB] East Mlh-st.; ?an be ??tr. betiveen 9 a. m. ?nJ
f. p. m.. we?, v. day?.
rri'T OVEB HOt'BEfl AND FLATS, West Pli*. ?7
? di?-i reata: sresi varietj.
_STEVENS. BSd ??.. ear. ColaaVis-srs,
Snbnrbnn tUal (Pstatc.
OENCT.?Mon.clSlr real estate, sil kinds, sale ?n4 rent.
I CLARENCE B Ti BBS. S Beekimui it.. New York.
CTiin Propcrtn i*or Bal?*.
$5000 NET YEARLY INCOML
81.-..(?(?il AVILI, lit Y l'Ut ITV IN
tare ?Joabl? apertmenl houses, located In bes) resident r"r
? ? I upper Weal Bide, bet. Central P.,.-;. and Rlrersid?
Priva paying above Incom?, Addresa PCBUHHER, Bos
; I'.U. I?..st.,?li?e. City._
(Tonntrn Propcrin /or ?nlc.
BERMARDSVILLE, N. J. t&^TWS
loom?, brautifu! g'?ur.ds. *.' acre?; r.ld tr?e?, pur?at ?prln^
*?ler; mout.tain aSSIKry: ?l-v..tl,n Ml.? fe.-t; on? l.our from
N?-,-Yoik. BVAftDBB H BCHLBT, ? \Vall-?l.
VCREAOE, Westeheatei Couniy. fin? suburhan horn?
it pa ly ? '.-ir ty. ? varlooklng Souad, f..r ^J| . pi. eH
' '? i m? Hsht to In med. buyers. .'.,:] ..n PAIBV1EW
iW.NKRS, 121 W?sl l.'l .--.. New Y..,k c,t\.
-fiirnisljc? tjoiiGc? lo Cet?(Toiinirn.
to lui. it itMsiiiin
E- Ko ??=
THE JAT MANSION.
C : liai frama house, ?t?x|(? ft., si Uice room?- hr?-nd
: " fuma..-. kit, t., t u ?? pluml Ini In ? i ??? ?' ordei
? -,. ?tal ,-? .c horses). On P n r. ??. I i
mile fr m Ha? Ison station ?; i <? ni-? from th? touth
P (/. .. i* i ni ??.... ? ne ! Ih? finest ab ni th? l
Renl b) i/eai et sesson from M.,\ I. Addresi l'IKHRK
.IA Y. ."!? Si moi .t.. \ N Clll
HMHli-lIllti; HILlva.-To mn a . ?tsg? "'. hoari
N. ) . near - . ?? .. al d !....? vlil? . ,r ?,' full*
modem Impi i ? menti ?liu >?? .i i ..?,..., . ? .
bcautl il i-.... ? o, .,. i.. i.iii'i, i;:?. \|. w ,,f n,, i . ,
? i 1 Bei . hin ;?: - BOM ?'?si T7lh
VPLEAMANTI.l
Ir.?.-. S. .1 . e
<l> I. and N\. ..,,, I? n
re:it f
lusted furnlsbed si uaa a' V7<
ee minute? (, ?,, ,, ,.
t., rem r ... v , .,??,. ,vl b,?t?tnb?r Ht Uo per month
to ? desirable tenant, Address K. A. CL'SHMAN Un. m
lei (Mlllburn p -? .it;. ?-,. \. j u> '"
???> ____^_
AT BAYPOBT. TOWN OF I8UB, I. i. a farnlahed
^i eottaga sad ?table, wlthls ????i ;.et ..? -., or?ai
* -hi, Bay, rontainina parlor, dlnln?-r.,.,m. ?Hilna-r.K-.ni
s i?*dt.,eni?. i.utiei s Mtiiri open fireplaces; hot ?,n,i cold
?..'?i ,..u-,te batbajouse. Apply I? CHAB. A. I-?,.-. ||
rpwo K1TRNIKHE1
J dir?
V ALK ER I
i i inES of t.n find eleven raoraa
?-iiiiine.,, ! Raj \ ?area? Un c
h v i.- i?: -,.i
UnfnrniQljcJ ^vnrtn-fnlo (?o Ccl.
S4,^,,';'.""'' '?'""?|"''""' r-...,!,'TeTT^r^r;u
?A HL? T 'i1 ': l H""r f?rn.?l,ed hII year; ?.:.', ta
'"'? ?l*clal Inducemt-n'?: 19 Weal II It.. . wld? CantraJ
1?rk ?nlr.r.c? ttr??t. L ?lailon ?nj cat.? oara oouv?nl?nt.
REAL ESTATE.
BUUNEfJI AT THK KXCH ANGES.
Business was quiet ht the reni estate ofnv.s yea?
terday. Although at the exriuinges a 'arge amount
of | reperty was off. red for sale, few private trans
Bctlona were reported. Al ihe exchanges the mont
Inters Mm -,r th.- ?fferlnga ?a. th- property ..r tha
Peekamoose Plehlng Club, consisting of eighty
acres ,,f i.llu) j, elubneuse and five base? granting
the right to asb in stfaatas near Denning, Hudson
County, Tin- pioperti was purchased by w. c s
Simp.-.m for II"- I
Predericb Boutbacb A- Co. sold for li. 0. Have?
meyer yesterda* bis vacant property in Broadway,
just abovs Prlace-et., 110 r,.- in Broadway by IM
reel in Crosby-st.. and 100 f" i in depth, for aboul
H,....??. to .lohn S. Ames The buyer will erect
three twelve-story fireproof mercantile buildings on
the ground.
Blawson ? Hobbs have se;,i for Dr. William B.
Mil. r No !-? vl .--? Bisty.nlntb'Bi . ,- four-story stot,,.
and brick new dwelling, size 8x00, with smoklng
room butler's pantry, bath end Uiundry extension,
on lo'l 'a".:-. ..a private terms. This I? on.- of tn?>
two houses lust completed lie !>:' Dlllcr.
Alexander Wilson has sold No. ?West Forty?
elshth-sl s tin..-?ton snd basemenl brick house,
.??ixpio.3, for Mr. Hartwell, ol Boston, to in.cuas
Donagh, <>i this city, b>r fMJ?A
AT THE AUCTION ROOMS
The result of the OffSflnga at the new It-al Kstate
Exchange was as follows: M .
By lam? s 1. Wells?Foreclosure sale, Nos. at anil
M Pltt-st east side, m.l ;eet north of Delancey?
at., 18x100.1; bid In for MO.00O.
No iv West Nlnetleth-st., south side, Ml feet west
of .'outre! Park West. L'lxlOU.gi-i, four-story and
basement brownstone-fronl dwelling; sale adjourn.-,i
Southeast corner of Broadway and Thirty-ninth
st 107x144.8x100.11x68.3, leasehold Interest ol the
Casino Company and others In th? Casino; sale ad?
joiirii. d to June 23
By William Kennclly?Foreclosure sale, No. LOO
Amstcrdam-ave., wcat side, 7.:; feel aouth of One
hundred-and-forty-flrst-at., AxiCw, tive-atory brick
tenement, with stores; sold to William n. Kaufman
for 121.000.
Bostcn-ave.. southeast side, 417.0*^ feel northess?
of I'. :-.;-.!.. :lv?? -..T.T1 ,:.VT ;, nul In ?'or .-J'??'.
By Bryan !.. K nnellj -Partition sale. Thlrd-ave.,
east side, 206? t--.-! north ol VVllllamsbrldg? Road.
206.6x6?;.9 to Williamsbridge Road x2M.2xlJ0.0; sold
u> liai rls J. Van m for 0,100.
Lots No. U0 and l.tl on -Map of Ollnvllle, fronting
on Third, OHn and White Plains aves., two-stor)
brick store and two-story frame dwelling; lo N. A.
Lawlor for 113.2 o,
By Louis Mesler?Partition sale West ??ne-hun
dred-and-nlneteenth-st., west ?einer of Ciaremcnt
av? vacant lot, Z?xlvJ; sold to N. A. McBride for
? ? ?
w , -? ? inc-hundred-and-nlneteenth-st, adjoining
ive, ihree similar lots; sold to D. B. Blew
son !.?! 110 :?-? . u
ularemont-uve., 100 feet south ef One-hundred?
-.-. ? , \ ? ml loi 25x100; sold to N. A.
:? for 18,It?. Pour simllai adjoining lota to
i m for 17,1 -? each, two similar lota to
W. II. Dou for I
i;... i id? Drive, east corn r of One-hundred-and
nltieteei vacant loi MxlOO, to D. B. Blawson
for ??.si? adjoining lots,? 25x1 '. oi Riverside Drive
m D s Blaw soi for 117.750, H 5.250 and 114,750.
Rtverald? Drive, almilur adjoining lots, to W. II.
p n for v.l.>?; .1. Mcehan, |14.?no; A. II. Alker,
i: a t? r, I . 00, au., w, Ii. Douglass,
!;-. i? Phoenix Ingraham A Co.- Administrators
So. 112 Pa..; FiftJ -slxth-st.. south side, SO t ei
east of Foui ?1005, four-story and bas? -
nu-ut brownstone-front dwelling, to the defendant
for 117.200.
Itv II <'. Mapes & Co.?Foreclosure isle, Dlondeli
Bve., east de, I? feet south of Bvadna lt., 25x100.
wiih.it. a n.
By Peter F. Mey? - .t- ? 'o Fore? l sure sale, Nos. 130
.-?mi i:_ w.sr Une-hundred-and-elxteenth-st., soulli
si.le. 1I3.4V? fee! east of Bl Nicholas-av< . feixl'iO
two ihrce-ator;1 ar.-i buaement brick dwellings,
bought In for I?5.0W.
No. 1,150 Becond-ave., e;(st ?Lie, B0.10 feet south of
B ?'? firsi ? . .'n7-"? sob: to I. Jackson for 111.900.
By Phillip A. Smyth?Administrator's ca??, north
west corner of Central an1 Pearl sts., fit.3x1
."???. i ?x29.ll, four-story brick building; sold to C. I*.
Messenden for 187,0. ?.
x irthwesi corner of White and Elm Bts., 41?*,*
R3.91 \1 -.-.' .. rrame and brick buildings; sold to
M. and G. Roi enhaum for - I ?
Nos. 150 W? flfttenth-st., south side, HS feel
east of Beventh-ave., 20x103.1 four-story and base?
ment dwelling; ?old to F. .1 Rogers for H6.M&
No. 155 Weal Slnety-aecond-at, north side, 22."
feel east ol Am terdam-ave., three-story and
b.i ement alone-front dwelling; sold to ?'. P. Fes?
s< nden for $21,? ?
No 103 East One-hundred-and-thlrty-etgbth-st.,
north . Ide, r,i.9 f? el w? st ef Third-ave., three-atory
frame dwelling, executory sale; fom to Mr?. W. M
Alexandi r for ,*?:?.. i),
Washington-ave., east side, r.i.6 feet north of
One-h un .ire,I-ami-seventy-sixth-st.. U.txtt, vacant
lot: bid in at $3. KO.
Crlmmlns-ave., west side, ;s: ?j feet north of on?
hundred-and-forty-flrst-st, ZSxSO, vacant lot; hid In
Ht 12,3.1'.?.
At NO, M T.iberty-st., hy ??eorge R. It^ad?Ex?
ecutor's sale, the propi>'-ty known as th? Home?
stead, nnd Nortii ''ot--, Tarrytown, N. T., Broad?
way, Wesl side, with a frontajre of about ?,." feet.
about nine .i-tk?, two dwellings, two stables ana
other outbuildings; sold to Tasstn N. Bull for
M0,i ?.
By Richard V. Hnrnett A Co.?No. 171 Avenue A.
west aide, south of and adjoining corner of Elev
enth-st , 2.'!.'>x:'-l five-Story brick tenement, with
store: bid In at 12? 000.
Undercllffe-ave., west sido, near One-hundred-and
seventy-slxth-st.. two lots. 25x100 each; aold to C
Bume'.t for |1."40 each: two bus. adjacent to < '? W.
Wright, for HJf? each.
Undercllffe-ave.. three lot?, "r.xioo each, sold to
H Ward for 11.571 each; or.? lot adjoining to Mr.
Ward for tt.Sau; two ;ots ndioinlrg, to A. S. Bedell
for 11,450 each; two lot? adjoining, to J. Taylor for
tl,275; two lota adjoining to W. Hit.-hoff, for 11.323
each; two lots adjoining in k. Collath for 11.265
ea.-h; or,-- loi adjoining to same, for $i.:;7.": two lots
near One-hundred-ana-seVenty-slxth-st., to M. 1,
Phi s for 11.250
..- -hundred-nnd-seventr-seventh-st., near Mont
.-ivi? oi lot 25x102, sold to C. P.. Kirk for
11.350; one lot In rear, on Popham-ave.. soi.i to J.
Taylor for 11,170; one irrecnlnr plot. In rear, on
i indred-and-seventy-seventh-st., to m. Taylor
for 11.060; northeast corner Popham-ave. and One?
hundred-and-seventy-slxth-st., irregular plot sold to
Mr. Taylor for 11,000.
REAL BSTATB TnANsFF.nS.
BTth-st, ? s, 130 t< m of Avenas a, 20*100-, H*n.-r
K : ?' ?iti l ?rife ? i Henry Kragel >'<'A v-lf".
47th i. - - .ni fi a ol 1st ave, 20x100.0; .luha,
Puehs to laaac Kahn .
Ml It, ? ?. (110 ft W Of r,ih-?v?. S?xion.?,; T
Qinn'^v i:-'w ? ..a! ?rife lo Th?r?se I? Brown
lie
In
r.tli ave, No 013, 22xlOS; Samuel Tnmi.l? anl w.r?
1 ihn M i irm'.rk . l
,-,: ? ? n i ISO :? e of Madison-eve, lOxlOO.e:
If,. Beri Iber te Jssper 0
B Iter . . Do.ooo
?2.! si n s l'.'.i ft e of 21 ?.v, "6x100.0; Jobs
Ml. to fj ? K ? iTi-i. 20.000
.11 ave. Not ?'?' i : '.'7S; Helen Boat ikes to 1'tM
?. Zli ?. 100.000
51 ? No til i:.-;: Moser Amdstein ?n^ aife
to Jsi ' i. !.. nd? mann .
7."- ?-. i: ?. 230 1- m of M ave. 1^ ?ininc.'J. I>i.:ls
-??m ?ai wife to J leph Oltsk] . IT.aoo
X3tti ?? s s i i ? Madl? n ave. ,ii\:,.>, Martin
A Dewey ?.ni ?rifa io Henry Dale. loa
:.r- ? v. as E t; Ullis v.ia a Oraban to
re L Niel ola . 1
86tI Na 4-s Baat; Nicholas U'rHen a.i'l wife
illh . WO
h; n s. 2~'> ft e ef (imn'i Boulevard. 10s
;?:. ii, Quatavus W Baa ? I > Klutabetb H Baw
1
I
loo
1
7.non
B.O00
1
M
i
'
4.-, ooo
I
2<?? |
102d al .No 1? West; Jseob J inK et al to H?nry
Ii lv:a.,
tltl .-?, e ?. ,'if. '?! ft s oi Iftlltb st. TBxMO; DarM
.1 Stein bi i "''e te Christian Prinks .
Tart I ? IT. rasp villas? Mon ?anla, Kelly st,
?^ ? ISO ?; n -i ' |i ,-? ? :?.. 100; John U'ar I
io Mary P Ward .
I4.V ?t, s i, MO ft e of \Vultv-a\e, 25x100;
? ;? rse Wejrb and ?rifa lo Thomas P. fTBrles
It Ann ?. : ?? ?? ? ? I37t ?i 100x242 3xl00x
230.?: Thomas unit mi? end wife to Judson s
.
13" ? ? '??'-"? ? e of .-? Aim', are, M.Ss
100; Judson B TotM to Thomas wini^m? .
Js ? !'.'.? fi s of lOStl St, UK) .".\
Irregular; John w Uornlsh nn,j w::e to Urals A
Sehneider .
Valentin? ave, ? '. S0B.9 ft ? of junetlon mod
:? ns from Central 111 ; ,.- to Perdbam
20ux2i0; Charlei Donnhae, referes t> John if
lb ? ? as. .
170th st, No v-.i Eaat, I?.ffx?tt.l0xl7.4tl00.7; Ole
n "i ? ?? ife.
Veri i .??>?. e r. 247 ft ol .'.ex
100; Mi: h >' Burton and wife Ii I: ben Cate?
s .
Bagli ave, m s, SUO ft s of IMtti I T..Nie? i.
llami el .L'Imar el ?1 t . .Mile, \ ai ifl ? I
W?ahln?l . ? ? .. i-; SS.3x".V3x2ri. 1 \X2.10
in ? ? \ I. 'A ' ?'<?.
' ' "?., : .1. -.: : >Ti .?. -:; s,
./" " I '? I ' - '? - ' ih un i t?a ? i) .
?' ? S n?l ,. ?? ?tun Ina W Knlghi
' an .ti - r tu II M li haum snd
' ' M -"? - v.". UiiJ*. William
' 'lu.,:, . ? .I -'? Irvine N ,? d an tl ? i
? " ?? No 124; 4tt| lata Uattemeyer, .,- ex
S T Allen.
1 ' N'?j -'?'"'' Eaat; i i u Fetsand and wife to
i rank Au ?? - ?. t ?>lf<.
" , ? ?, 28 fi n ?f .-? .? ?. :. ... ??icim,
?] lael Pay et ni t . .; , -, s..,.. ;i ?. ,
2-1 m. n a, ia?.2 fi m ,r ivena?'A<''??!*fsioO'
? -? ? na i ? p t u
?' th-.t, No la?; Auxuata Hun meyer to'v T
Allen.
-,; ' v 31' ? Hani ill M..',- ? ;.'.,.' t?'VtV.n, ,
ney.
''. " ? ? N" -?"'. Henrj Berii l?its'??'d ?Vlf?
. i iii
N '?" 3ls?o; tlbert Ps -..- snd ??'?
I? Ad.il; - . .
0 No ? 30x40.2: lt.>aa Mai il
??ardeaa of Trlnlt) ???.?,
' ',' ' ' '? :i -I" ft ? ' b wi 3UxC i
1 M '.--..:.?? \ . ,.' '?
Bt Jl rk-s N. ?. 2ii .. . , , .. w
r Kl-1?, refere, lo Ja. h Helm .
'" ' ' - e s. T.", fi ? - . ' VVIIIetl ?? -? Vv; ,;
? I l J Beltlj -| ?i , . .??,., ... n ,|r*
Ooerrk si Na 33 24 IxlOli; Herman Upsenhelm
el al In lasa. Amduraki ,
' ' ' ?! ?"?- IV? ? i:.;-.. \? ?nd >Whn
. en and ??'? , S ,\ rtpauldlas. r.mitte^
- -f Ri ave BX0B.S: An?:?
W ris lu i i ird S Letts . ,
s-"" , ir ' '"? ? Edwart s Letts lo Amelia VTri?hi
ind u not hei .
'-?? fl - ' Bin ?<?- ?ssa.B; rv??.
Haa ind vif., t.. |-,.,i y ji, .?dt . i
B4th .?, No -r. I S4S i:...i STNOI ,; .,?? . pj (,,e?
? ' I - - n.- i-ri Uiieier and ?vif" ,
?' : ] ' '"? ' "? 1 T-', | . |4| .s',. - ,,.
. b -b b?< md ?rifa m Annie Wells n sea
???-."' *\ ?2' '" " ?-"":'k". John lla?atV sas
?rife lo l.,n..- Kile- . . . 0 ^
'-?'?? '.???. 24-0 fi ? ot jAth-et, M k?e.o'
Man !< Qsi In ind ,t, ? -, - ,Mr t,, hii.v'
f?d ?' ? a. IfTi T ft .. , f 7"i nt* 21 I".-.- B
,".' ' 'it. *? ex? utrlx. t,, Prederleli
\'. . Mhli(..
2. :-*t, n .-, itv: ft e ?i rtb v.-, 21 i???fl B
lUw.ti uiai.r.si. itiJividua, ana as davitt?. v?
1
13,000
.".si?-?n
I4.?0O
1
1
?sa
i
T. '.<<*>
lo.sao
bojoo
i
1.000
21,000
Frederick W Marks .i ?
?Ttll ?t. No 177 West, raulln? Jaros to Fri?d?
Beads slawr .
B8d t, i ?, 12.'. fl w <>f Am?t?rdam-.v?. 76X102.2;
Helena H?.kmin lo William HanlCn.
7? t:i st. ? ?, ;i?-, ft w. ?f (entrai l'?rk Writ. Vix
.414? VJ.?l'.; n:?o Tilth ?t. ? ?. '.*<?? fI w of l'entrai
i', i. Ni... 7:.?.ii?x xc.i; Casimir T??- sad ?rifa
lo Casimir T.,* and nncthcr, executor? ?lid
tri.
Ud -t. s ?. 17'? ft e of ?th ne. I8.BS?0Q.B; Kli/.?
i..;ii A Hall lo Con M Hal..'. 1 o.noo
TOih at, ?? ?. 27.". ft NN of Central Park West, :?*
.'".?, \:i 0: also TBtk t. ? fc Its ?*? ? "f
?vtiirai Para West. 3BsS.Sa -x7.lv,. Hssry A C
Tsylor m i wir? to Otsonae it rssrisa aas ?a
oin.-r, ...- truste??.
Mith ,-t. No ii West; Cornells? ?T LaysUf and
Vira to Edward Ksfter .??
??Ml -, . IS7.S f ? of titii-Hve, IB.SstO0.Bi
M. v Parrell t.. cin.r:?? \V Many.
M.ili st - s ISAS It e of Avenue A. IN.ilxl'??:
I/mi'? N..I? ,ml NNir- to llsgdalena Kern.
13th it. n ? HM ft NN of is? iNo. SSxlOOJ: L?os
Plser and ?rife to Robert Bariy.
! 12?>': ?t. goa MM and ?'"< Beet. ?tT4xin-.ii. mi>?
\ Ktaiford ?nd wife to Jacob I Irrmr et ni.
llittli st. No 2<i2 East, IBstOO.IS; F.llen .1 >hn?on to
n\ I] I tni I Inn-?.
114th si, n s, 3BS.S ft nv ..f M ave. IS.astSO.il!
Br.dsot Loughlin t. winiatn Rtaek.
ir.'tii m. . i. I4J.I1 fi e of ktanbatun-ave, 2'">x
???.ii. John Hallaban et ai n Edward g 0"N?UI 1
Drsdhurit ave, a ?. 4n.lt fi n of lesta st. 2:.x7:?;
I.-?Opuld .I nu.? aoid wife H" JobS T Renan. lA.liO
ltV.tli ?t. ? ?. 142.10 fr e of <v,|umbus--ave. M.M
100.11: Ella .1 Hraneasey lo Anth..r.N t? Apt? ...
Conven) ave. e ?. m.:i ft s of llwttl-st, ??1x2.* 2x
pilar; Jame? Il Hvde tad wife to Mark Ash.
113th tt, ? ? 128 ft e of Boalevard, I9hMM.11;
JtKtSutl LSWSOQ i.r.d wife to Krank F. Wise.
Pbreal sv?, nv ?. part of. lot 4. nup Oosveratar
Norria, I(>i..1xl7.".\l(i4 :ix17.'.. John \V Doeker b>
Cars iv, uer .
Wai llngt. I! IN?, NN ?. .1??? ft ? of Fletcher ?t, MO
?l'ai; Ephraim C ?late? et ni, executor?, to
Prank I' Lx-kwood.
Peed Place, e ?. |,it ?M. mjp .1*hn Crnmwe.I, fi'ixfl*.;
Mary A Hill t, Sarah A Morris.
While Plain.? Road ti w s, Lot No 30. map Wash
lngtonvi:i?, tf.llIlM.lt ; Frederick (?rHte to
Ausustue Ksrtk .
Monllrello-ave. w ?. .ion ft ? of. .ien*rr,?n.nVe, ta*
100; Land cmipativ \ ,,f cJenwatd to Oeorga
.1 Mill, i and another.
2d-?, v. ?? ?. 40 ft n of 124'h-st 80*80; Plilllo
Botinel to Christina M M<-Kennn.
listh-at. No? ana and BM) Ka?t; jscob Leadsman?
sad Nvife to Moser Arndtstein.
lOOth ?t, No ii? Bast, SB llsBO; lasse Mayer ?t nl
t.. ??? a Vtvaatl.
Convent ave ,. ? 40.;i ft ? of 14Mh-?t, 80*29 ::x
Irregular; M.itk A?h and wife to .fnme? R
Ryda .
Ulat-ft, ? ?, )?? fl ?*? of Kdaeeomhe-ave. In** ?i
liregnlsr; .lohn W Haaren to John ('inner? ...
r.:i : tt, No 151 Weat, Kx00.lt; Jscob C Kssjp to
William H Smith. Jr.
lanth-et, ? ?. IBn ft nv of ?th-ive. B0sl00.11; Kmli
I. Wal? to Paul Ahalaske and v.ife. I0..W?
lj."' st, \o ".'t:? \v.?t. IB.flslOO.lt; K .1 Moneghan
10 A T Armstrong.
1
1
1.?..-.
no?.
i
m
n.ioo
10
i
?n.ooo
100
ir,,?ino
4,703
ir.
flOO
i
i
i
??o/ni
?C.OfiO
1
12.000
RPJCORDED MOBTOAflES,
Adaii?. Jame?, nn.| wife to tli,- Mutual Life In
i'.irar.. c i ompany "t New rork w ? wv m
??.-. 2.'.'. ft r. ? f Ella st, I year.
As??. Anthonv L? to El'.en .1 Hennes?ey, ? ?
106th it, U2.I0 :t .? .f cMumbu? a\". a rMra..
Aldi is Frederick, and NAife t.. .\;i*r- Ka.?ke?, n
? Olli st, 17.'. It nv of Central I'ark \Ve?t, .".
yeara . .
An -??.;. :? ? Frank, and u If? to Usac KeiK. ? ?
.- t, No 2SB Bast, lastalmenta.
\ rsky, Isaac, to i: i t Bm'.th et al, troatcej,
etc, No .'.'i O ? k st. ;. year? . 20fx?)
Bi ich. Irvln? ind I^ep :.| Bchmeldler, ??
William C ('.:..r.ati et n.. .v.. fl**. Monro? at, I
y? ir .
Bi ? ?? Margaret, to William A Martin. .? i Wtl
?:. [Sl.J ft a of m?. ave. ;?aae, lust..?ment? ..
' i.' d, Ann ?1. to ftocl In f. r t tie Relief if Poor
Wid ?- ".:?;. Small Cblldrea, X? ISO Ma?t
Km . it, j ara . .
i , James, and wife i. Title tluarante? ani
Ti i : Company, n ? 119th ?t. St.* ft nv of \s n
$.-,.noi
12,000
as,oaa
2,sV>0
7.00"
8.???)
8.000
Sam
BV?
Bi :
n | 11!>th st. le,.', ft R. ,,f I^enox
16,000
i?.??
IR.OOO
. same, n ? UBta-St, 2'w ft w "?* I^nos
ave. ;i year*. K>.(?m
sa i - t. ?am?, n ? ll*ith-?t. 2<> ft w of Leaos
ave, 8 yean . IfWMO
.-.m.- ta -.ni:?-, n ? ll'.'t'i st. BOB ft nv of I^n.tx
I n ?? :i yea ri .
Mar.- !.. ... .lam?? M Anderson, a.?
trustee, '? ? ?' Jsmea \V Anderson. No 220
' -? 13= I ?t. 3 ???r?. HAM
C : tors, John, ind wlf? to Judaea B Todd, ? ?
in- ?t. '.?> ft nv of Edgeeombt av*. demand.. 13 000
Bam? I? .1 In W Haaren, .-.une prop rty. d'mand. 80,080
avlnato, Quid i to Albert C H'tvken, ? I
ll>iiti ?t. 73 ft e of Madlsoa-sve. I year. I.SBB
tam? to (?ernian Ametl.'.in Raa! Batata TIM? _
Ouarant?? ?' mpan) sama property, ?'? year?... ie.eco
> . m -, :,,?, -, Tin.- Ouarant?? and Trn?t
company, No 17 B*.??ck?r ?t. :i yeara. I.OoB
Hunphy, Julia hi, to Broil) M Petit, K? Sla Boat
." \ Cil s .
i- '.. end v. Ile t,, Mary r-eitz, e s
Jeffetson ? >r Hughe? ?v. Z*.'\\ ft s of Kir?;?
bndi-e R ?ad, 2 1 1J rsin.
Bsm? t.i asm?, ? ? Jefferson (or Hughe? ?v?),
".?.."..4 ft *? ?'' Klnssbrlds? R ml, 2 - 12 years...
Bam? '?% Thomas O'Connor, e ? .ietter?on f^r
Hasher ave?, 121? ft a of Klagsbridg? ifad.
?_? .' 12 year?.? ? ?, ? ?
Eaton llemy W and ?ife t-. r?at?h rt Newbold.
. Til, .-? ."???> ft NT ? f Coiumbua ave. 1 e-ir..
Rai Warren P, and wlf? lo Augustin? .1 Smith,
..,-. ..... ? ...,....? 1-'-'.: M. :c >?.->r?.
Earlt it -"?' ; . >?*.**? u-or?, ate. of s^mnei Bmitb.
!.- m- 1. n .-. 4,'itt.??-., KJ?? ft w >?' l?t-*r?. B ^^
PTannery',' Slmra P, slid wlf? 10 Marsaret Sn'lth.
No 4^ Ro ? ?i ? II st. ?'. >.ai??. ?O.no?)
Friedman Leo, and wife to the. .Wrnan aivlnss
l'.anU of .\cnv York. ? ? ?'.th at, 2**>< f< ? t A?f?>
na? I?. 1 yejr.?.
BasM to ?aase, n s 50th-r. 120.? ft ? of zt-ave,
Fi* her, H-iman ?.'tO KrMeri ka Knoeehel. Val
en:lr.e-ave, n eoraer ?iarneld-?', 10 yeat?.
Bami 'o -.une. asme property, 3 year?.
.;??: .??:-. Edward, and Bophla, to Eureka Coopera?
tiva Baviaga and Loan Aseoeuukm. s ? 18ih-et,
lOg r- nv d] Avenue B. ITakSiport. instalments..
Outerman Jacob, and Max M.uk-I and wive? to
.-? :;.!?: .larmul .?sky. No? 41 an I Id Bedford
?', demand.
Ollli K-;v. Andrei?-, lo .'..mella Insram a? suard
?tc, No 118 Nsaaau-?t, 3 yesrs.
Katkln, Alle?, sad basbasd i<? William /. Mofrett,
e ~ Hathirate .-in., .new line), 108 ft a of lT.v.h
MBO
2.200
2.200
2 210
2", ooi
n.000
6.000
6.000
3f.00
1.600
4000
8,?W)
2,W ?0
4000
Hein. Jacob, to Title nuarantea and TruaC c m
pany s ? Bt Miiks Placa or Ktti-st. I2.*i ft
v. of Avenas A, :i yssr?. ?"W1
Hill, Otorga H P t. Wllwon M Powell and J I.
Word, a? trust?*??, N ? 18 and 17 Eluubeth-st;
No 42,1 ,1'l-aNt-, .No K-H WV.,i 34th ?:, and No?
?..::: ind 488 7th-,.Ne. 4 yeara. 100.000
H !? James It. and wlf? to l,ft!tla S Sands et al,
tit .loi-n Campbeil aec?ased, a ..
.. BOJ ft ? of i4Mh ?t. .'. ysars.... in.000
Bai ?? 10 John Doer, truste,., ,, ? Convent av?,
(.?.'; It e of 14Mli -I. .'. year?. 18.800
Same to Joaephlm Hro.k? and .lohn Imer. trua
t..-, ?t?, ..f Emma I. HicEin?. d*cea??d, e ?
c ii reni av?, ?*?? -i fl ? of 148th st, 5 yeara. 18.000
H n ||, :. VI llllam I., and wife to Uradley 1.
Eaton Lenoi are, ? ? corner 118th ?t. demand, I.102
Jacob, August, and ?ife to Barab It Powell, 1 ?1
|37th II 128 fl " Ol Ith av-. ?*. year?. l??,(t?
B ?? - 10 ?..me. ? ? i;i7tli st. l.Vl ft e of 7th-ave,
5 veara. . 18*300
K n m rita, and wlfa to William Werner, t- s
137th at, ,a>.10 it a of Southern Hotilevard,
a ? .a.-. Less
Knlin. ito.?y. to T!'le OasraaWe and Tnist ('?-m
t-any. No ltll Baal Odd st. ?"> vear?. e.eoo
Kern, M??d?len?. to I>ml? Noll and wife. ? a
KStl an, I0S.B ft e Df Avenue A. .'I years. 8.000
Bremer, Ottlill?, lo J hn McLaughlla, n a S2d ?t,
280 ft e of 2d re, ,'i N.urs. 2.600
lv'nitiir. Lewis, and wife to the N?W York IMet
Kit. hen Association, Nos -"'fil and .'.OS Kast 12th
st, 8 v-ars. 2 mortasgea. lO.fW
Lehr, Benjamin, to .1-1 M Marx. No 2.V. Beat
I02d ?t. s month? . 2?O
Uvermore, Harri-t. to William H and Bdtrla H
Main, Be 88 ?Teal 4lfh-?t. lease, demand. 2.000
1/ kw.I. Frank P, to Ephraim C Cafe? ?t si,
<\. ut r? of Lucy (} Wenlworth. deceitsed, iv n
Washingtoa-sv?, .to? ft ? of Ptrtcber-at. 1 year it.ooo
Sam.- and wife to Bllsabetk W Hu-ke. e a Wa?h
IngtOfl ave. 800.10 ft ? Of Fletcher ?t, 5 y--ar? . .t.fVOO
Loi kwood, Frank P, and wife to ?ame, e ? \Ya?h
lltgtoe a\e. its ii ft ? r.f Fletcher-?'. I year? . ,l,"if*0
Batna to asm?, a ? W??hinston-ave. 808.8 ft ? of
Flet.li. r-st, i> year?. ?MBB
s.- to Fran, -e? E iia'e?, e ? ITsrtilngton ar?.
34110 ft ? Of F!etrh?r-st. ,1 years. 3..VM
Bam? to Alma B Toung, e ? waakiagton?ave, ail
ft s f I'let. her ,t, .'. yeir?. .1 .VX)
Mandrlbaum, Harris, and Fisher LeFWtlM to Bred
?re .T Mld'llebrook. n ? lle?ter-?t. M ft nv of
l'Uni..n-?t (No f. He?ter-.t). .1 ye,.r?.
Pan.e to sanie. N'., 7 He?ter-?t, 3 vear? .
Manchester, Charle? *,\ and wife to .lohn H Hen
si in., s ? llSttl (I 27.'. ft e of :i.|-ave 1 venr .
Mi Kenna, Christina M, to Philip Bonnet, ? ? "i
sve, Util ft n of IMth-at, 1 year.
M ?? -, Barak A, to Mary A Hill. Lot No 'M. map
part faun of jiiii I'K.mweii. at Pordham, :t
N " It : .
N . Oeorge L. to Dille V,.n A Graham No
w Kast BBth at, 8 vear?.
11 ri ma? K, to .;.*or?e Weyh, ? ? 143d
?? 830 ft S Of BflKIl ?VI 8 Neat?.
Raftf?, .?? i M. -., It -hart Sidenber*. No 4.1
" . s,:, , . -j ,, ... .
I ". William, lo Helena ll-'lmn ? s Std st!
133 Tt ?? ? | \:n?f:.:,n:i n.-. I venr.
Ider, loin* \. i . ,i hn \v Cnrntoh, e ? Jack
are, 138.2x178 to Poresl sve, .1-mnnd.
ind wlf? t ? sume sam? property 8 m eithi
Iro? r, ir". 1(. ..t.i huebaitd lo Matlld i II
R ?ak, No 177 \v? t ?Ttn t .'. resn
St.cK, uni!.in-., and ?if.* to Margaret i: Balrd
an.1 Joseph In? Strang, n ? 114th st. sas.B fl nn
??f Bd ir?. 5 jrnw . ?...V?*
San., t.. Bstel'.e I? H NNer?, n ? lllth st. 820 ft
"'?'?' : ?. i ?? ajas
B nter Adolph, and nn??m to Emit? A H.i??ev
and Chat ?? c Wehrutn, m? ex*cutor, et.-. ,,f
? ni . i Mi.; ? ? sa , .s.. 80 RU nston it, 8
yeara. .
is?. Pi inc:s J, to Motril Kahn, w ? sth ?
are, :n ft ? ' l4Stn ?t. 2 ...,r?.
nutter, ?:- -r- \ and wife t, Christian
iv ipp, ? - v:'.i -t. 21?' ft ?? ..f i?t ,-.e 1 rear
Thomaa Rowland A. and ?rtf? t.. Lu. v Kirtiand.
tnthonv-av?. 22.1 ft ? of Bush-at ;i ven.?..
?-.?-?. Hophl?, to M.-\ L Gaaals and Malvina
Itlaken? y. ? * i Leslngtoa ?ve, 24 s ft ? nv of
.?-?-?. 3 yean. 14 ooo I
': New-York Advance Reni f" mpanj to Haniet
E Uonell, v i 813 iVe?i Wtl ?t, 1 yesr . 2 ono
? R, end wtf? i . Collins M ??rave?
^ Rlveralde-sva or Drive, .12 ft n -f 7?ih ?t'
18.000
Ifl.oOil
..?I
a.oott
20.r?Ni
4.0DO
4<i<>n>i
20.:??
ir?(?io
20,000
14.000
lo.ooo
8, ??xi
:t.(??>
3.IPOO
1 y. ,r
Viuinerbi k Frank ? t" .lames |e.,.-i<. No i :..;->
Ya Hi n ave, I yeir..'...
William? Thorns? ind wife ??, Pretierlcb ,\ ?now
n a 187th rt, 188 fl ? of -? tna'a sve, I Ne-ip.
Bam? t i -,m.. ?> ? i.'.Ttb ?:. 218 ft ? of st Ann'?
..?.-?. I . '..r .
lo same, n ? 1.17'h st, IB2.B ft -? ..f -it inn's
ave, 1 jreai .
x"' ' im las, m ludson s Todd n ? 187th
'i ;:..'. ft e ,.' st Ann'? ave, i j mi ...
v- ' Annie, In Biet.? Hievrart, n ? Xtd at 888
f: NN ? r 7t 1, .in ?-. :i .s.
lo J im A Michel, n ? 88d s-, 8Bd ft
"ih-ave :; reara
of
Welller, Auguste, and ??re in ?he New'-Tork 'Ufa
|-i?iii.in. e c ?npan]. n e 73lh-sl. lost fi w ,,f
Mtti- t,'ja?l
Tstea Mat' \, ... ilur i Oettj
ft e ,.f lii-h ?ir, 1 v -ar, .
4..100
,%..V>0 I
O.iot)
u. inn
O.soo I
4A10
I
8,088 ,
i.r.o
I
2.1 OilO
i
6.0(10
BVlLDINa PLAN! ?TUSD
Ptssi for new balMlaas nnd slterstioaa have been
fil-i nt th? Riilldlni fiepwimeni a? follows
N'W buildings, main I ft] .?
??"?.-ni-?,." n . .'?.'.' ft ,, of C.reenul.-h ., f?r ,
". Mon brick tfwi Una ind slab:? J". i>xt?7 ?*
Herman Ti ilmar., of \, IB* Ciarlei ?; owner:
Henry Andaraen, "f No l.iao itr adwaj irchl
" "'. . BIS?SM
>ih si. N.? il sad M Esst for ?n .,.-.? aiory
brick nn.l ?t. ne ?(..r. *nd lofts, Btts83 ( hurl-a
H Tavi.r, of No ai2 West lortc, ,t owner'
Ralph 8 Ti.Nsnxen.l. of Be 88 F.??t Ifith ?t
?n h It ?et . lannon
HOth-.i, Ne,? 81? an.l .".10 Baal for a one ?t.rv
frame c f ? I p-..l..t BBslOO.tl; John S.-harmann
?at No 812 East 110th-?t. own.r; ??ui. B
Hit b
Helnlcks. of No ?2 nroadwav. architect. kAOO
Alteration?, main offre:
Beth it. No S42 East, to a flve-atorv brlrk tene?
ment; Ifrman Mertens. of Heiland BlatleO,
I/ng lalanil. owner; Isiirtr.T dr Bebt, ?t vlh
st and Id-ave, arebltecta . BsB
STth st. N.i i't? fcast, to i fon i story brick public
who..i: <-itv. owner; P B ?> Bayder, or HTe BSB
rimadwa) irehlteei . 2000
Broadway, No 1.10, to a Ore for* brlrk. weed and
irn ..riir-e i.tiiidln?. and res'sursnt: tatata of \v
?? Rhlne'.ander, ..r No 133 We.? ut;, it, owner;
i-.eorir.- 11 Post s- ;'-'i Bssl 17'a st, srrbltaet, vom
Ban i- st, No 17. to s flvi sti ry I ?1 and 1 ?? ??
'nil'.! r?r. With Stores und s.i."< -.ins, SI
M rbael's P I Church, of No SOT Weal HTM ".
owner: A n Bee Manufacturing Compan . of
No lid Prom it, llrooklyn, arcnltecii . 1*060
"oth si. No 22 I-.st i" n fhr? lory trik dwelling;
p sa ft Wlaamann of N< II I'ine -t. ownsr;
Hn"-||!n?- A f.,frr, of No III Bth BVS ?reh;?" tn 4.0 ??
In' it, No 42>. to s ?iir?. itory brick da
with store. Iran.- Btelaerwsld, ?( No -I Weal
s7ih-?t. owner: Oeorge iioffmrn. of No Bas
Broadway, architect. IJ8B
fr\ina Place, No ?'<. t?. n Hire- ,'..iv brich dwell .
lag; Mary K Black, of v... hington, f> f", in)
Sarah M 1 otr-. :. of Pi r-n -. its'] OS e-?.
Joseph Ireland, of No ?03 Broadway, BreBlteet <">*
New buildings, uptown .trie..:
Prospect-ave, ? * I ? "."> f> ,. of Th>-oce N-< k
It id, for two twn-stor) frail.e dwi IB Oil
SB: Prederlek V. Hi-elna-r. ..f No STO Baal IBM.
st, ewaer; Kredeiirk Bbellng, of No I.OOS
a i", srchliecl. IBM
Smith Oak Drive, n ?. i.to ft ? of Bim M fera
two-story fr?me dwelling 33x27: Belinda Baa
?eit. rt No il* r.th st owner: f seph R DoMm
of No 120 Stb-st, srchlteci. 0JBB
Hlaiibrldte-st, coraei nracobel-ave for ?
starr frame bam 20.3xdrj; A J ?iron of N ? 111
Broadway, owner; Prit s Kuhnle, buildei ?v>i
Tinten -iire, n ?? earner ISlst it, for s four H ry
brlrk fist, with ?tore. BgxSfl .1-hn W ! ?? -,
nwn?r: Edward Wens, architect.. -
Belley-aee, ? a, BOO ft n at \-'ti Independence a,
for a tare-story sad attic frame dwellins, -' <
.id: Thesaaa McBride, of No 1.121 Pars
owner. S A Dentil?, of No 160 Naseau it,
beet. . _ MM
Alterations, uptown office:
Bd-ave No 3,000, to a three-story brich sea i
l*BV, owner; f R .1 s-i-.i-r arCl.Peel . "00
NehsM inri Hlsbbrldsa its, n w orner, I ? la
>tr,ry frame ?welling; \ -f Orime, ownei IBB
Opiitt?, tUcorto
CHURCMILL HALL,
BTAMPOBD. NEBLTORK.
Vow in r?fi<t!re?. for Spring ar..| Bummer Guests T:,or
oiishlv heated. Electri? Mahn Specie! rate? May i"!
June. Cottages to rent. Bend for lliu traied
s. e cituncHlLL M. r>.
THE CHALFONTE.
ATt.ANTIC CITY. H. t.
ON THE OCEAN PKONT.
Salt bath? In house. Plevalor.
Itoonn. en ?uite. h-iths att.T-hed.
I!~iklet on aprli-atlon.
E. ROBERTS' RONS
THE HALCYON,
faTfLLOROOE, DfJTC'HESS CO., N. T.
Opeas May 2:. Easily ? easible, Unique m deuten;
liberal ?r management; nerf? 1 culatae. Also detached
cuttases fnr tha .car p.. The ! lautlful drlvea, Ideal blcyel*
r...i!-. golf links, athletic Bel I, polo around and charming
? tnery maK* this hotel a perfect Bummer resort; 1 000
feel elevatl n. Reached from Grand Central Depot In 2
bears Mod?r?t* rales Address, for ??unrated des<-:ip.
tive booklet, ?1 B. BOBERTSON, Jit.. Proprietor, Ito->m
.ino. Hot? 1 imperial, K. t. City,
HADDOW HALL,
ATt.ANTIC <TTT. N. J
Directly facias the ""an.
Every modern convenience and Improvement, metadlas
hot snd rr,M peg water liatlia in house, room. ?.n";> tad
en suite with bath? attached, etc.. etc. Send for lllui
?rated booklet.
LBBM * MPPINCOTT.
Through Pullman Buffet tnIn leave. Cofttaadl .?.nd Dea
bro??es Ft* daily at 1 :.VI p. in., via I'enna. It. R.
^CKciO^O^ MOT g-?r^l,
2.6T0 FRHT ELKVATION, ON THE
CHESAPEAKE B OHIO iiv.
ONE NIGHT'S RIbK PBOM NEU'-TORK.
The H.-menteurl. a ?trlrily modern hot?:, and the moat
complete Lathing estahlnliment In America.
OPEN ALL THE YEAB.
AH baths alv-n with nat-iral Sowing hot water.
UOlf r?Ui> ?rrl nrll-kept link.?.
The p. v. v. Limited, wtth dining rar, Bavas n*w
York *>:i)0 P. M. dally. Thr-?i?th C?mpartment Car leave?
Tue?<Uv. Thu.-.dav sad Saturday.
Pamphlet., !nfrrmntl..n and tl-k?t? at C. K- O.? Office,
ico Broadway; offices Penna, n. r.. ar-.i !'r-d H Scofleid.
Metropolitan Hid?;. Madlmn 5q Address
BRED STERBT, Manaser.
Hot Springs. Path i"o.. Va
GAr.PEN CITT. r. 1.
iPBIKO BKASO!?
[k?KID^ 0DIPE6S.
Rend for h^-rk and terrr.1.
PERNARDsVILI.E. N. J.
SaDEuEDBSETT DfS6S.
ANP EIG?IT COTTAGES.
Open May 1st to Nov. 1st. ."?.'? miles fmm New-Tork. on
D., I* and'w. R. R., rls Barclay or .'hrisropher-st. ferry.
A beautiful ?ur-.iner resort. More attr.i. tlve this leaaoa
than evir. Altitude. 8(X) test
UEO. W. TCTTLE. Manefer.
ATLANTIC CITT, N. .1. Entered water. Sun parlor.
Elevator, r putar prli -
[LdDS?G QBE^dBOQ Hfl CD TEIL
AND fVJTTAOES. OPEN BABIiT IN JUNE.
40 Minute, from New v- rk via L. t. P.. R.
NEW BOULE1 ARD TOB DBIVINO AM) BICTtXINO
rOMPLETKD To THE 1IOTE1.
KEW BAMTABY PLUM BINO THROVOROUTi
New Vork Office, -?'.''. Broadway.
A E. PI?*K. IJCstSKE AND PROPRIETOR,
ROMER .'.Il.l.is. BtrPBRINTENDRNT.
A TLANTIC <TI
HOTEL TKAYMORR.
Appointments and service iirst-r-taiM.
I). S. WHITE Jr.. Proprietor
nOTEI, DENNIS.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. t
Dlreetly on the oeeaa front, wirh every m-idern appoint?
ment and oon\enlen.e. llpen all the v?nr
JOSEPH H. ROPTON.
HOTEL BENDERTON.?UCSaa sad Tetit.es.?.. ave
Atlanti.- ?'Iiy N. J. Spring: rates $1 B0 and $2 00 day:
?i <o ?12 week Mr* .t. F NKAl.i.. of Tloaa.
HOTEL DE VILLE,
Kentucky ave, und Beach. Atlantle p|tv N. J ]oo
rooms. Remodelled snd haadsoraely fiirni?hed. Spe^?;,;
reduced rates until June 1st. Booklet mailed.
M. W. TRCITT.
rrOTEL LUR.VY.
Atlantic City, N. J. Noted for Its lirst-elasi ?ervi.ee
and perfect euudae; the hest the PhBadelphla markets
aff.'r.l. dellelOUSly prepar d snd daintily served. ,S|X
O'clock .llnni-r. JOHIAH WHITE .i- SON.
rpiIE IH'NKS. AI.I.ENHtT.ST. N. J.
I Adlolnlna Asbury Park. New hotel overlonkins
beach. Sea water liatti* In house: opens .tur.e nth \t
f LtOHTPOOT, .,!?"' Pine st.. Philadelphia.
THE WETHERILL, Kentueay-ave, an.; Beach, Atlantic
. ry. Koaa? like fatr.ily ii,,iiae, he.it..t, capacity, 2iX>:
Easter rate, i'.iO, special weekly; u><>ku-t malted, Mrs.'
H. Y. MOVER._
mHE ALBEMARLE,
JL Virginia ave., n-.ir Peach, Atlantic city. K, J. A
raodem Hotel. Caps. Ity j.'hi. Steam he.it aus pariirs
wr'i ocean v i v . i.'ulilne and service s f^atu'e. Spring
terms. %2 to B3.S0 dally. Bpe. U weekly and family ra-es
Booklet mailed, ,i. r. COPE
miiE WALDORP, New Voik ?? -. n.-ar eke Besea, At- I
? Isatie i tv. N, I. Osea an the year: steam heat- I
first-class in BVeT- detail Mr?. H E. WRIOHT.
mtlE BHELBURNt,
J. ATLANTIC CITT. N. J.
Directly oa the Beach. <">p-n all the year. Throurt?
Pullman car. via penna. R B.
_J n aOUTHWICK. Manaeer.
TWSHK ORANi) A'l'I.AM'li
J AN ELEOANT NEW HOTEL
Vtrglnla-ave, snd the Reach ATLANTIC CITT. N. J.
Luxuriously api dnted. Passenger elevators to -????ect. ri?K>
large iult?s ' ivlns - to 8 windows each, many with
baths ..Ma. he,i Bpe la I wee, rates for spring, write
f,.r Booklet ihowlng hotel, Dtaarram of City, ete, Coach
meet a \:i trains.
?'it tRLBS i: COPE I'lrr.
Till; WYCIIMKRB COTTAfJEB.
Cape Cod. Harwich, Masa; coot; pine forest! lea bathtasTi
drives: moderate r.-nts. circulai J.. 71 r-i.t i~'b .?
GntniTifi Rctotl vP?ni?jco.
GOING TO THE HOUNTAINS?
Are vou looking for a spot to spend (he Mummer which i
romUnes health, comfort, sad pleasure
AT MOavRRjaTK ?OST?
If ?o. sen I ?'? eenta for postasa o? <\,?| and Ml free at :
ifli,-es below the Illustrated I ?>k "Summet Homes." it
gives list ol Hote|#, I;i:iii snd Hoarding !!?"..-.. with !
ih.-ir locatkm, rates, Ktractloni *c, In tha Moun'alni
sf ?Orange, Sullivan, 1 liter, and l>elawari Counties N Y.
?n the main Un* and branches ul the New Y..-:< Ontario
ft Western Railway, 2.000 feel above the sea .. region of
?real b?sui) ami shs lut? hiatthfulneu i-i New Vork'
.V. 2 Batten IMoce US, ISA. 171 871. !>.4 1 t-t H,.,,a
way. m ?ater PI? - T87 Sth Vv? SSI Columou? A%.
IS4 Baal l'.'.vti Bt? 273 Waal 125th s: , ticket offices f ??[
sf Pranklln snd Wesl t'.'l Bts. in Brnoklvn: Nu t Court
Bt., BOO Pail?n St., '.'?> Broadway, 2S1 ?anhaitan Ave
? ??? m and "Eagle" Office.
'?tLLt'STBATED HOMES "' eonialmaa half-toee re
production! from ph (ographi .?..-.-, ..? t.,. ?;?,,?
"HOMEM." ran '- obtained if tick?I igenta f 1 IV
?m Saturday. U.i) 2B Ex ursion Tickets for .me fa'*
win he atld at :iti niimdwa> snd ferrj nfflcaa riving .,n
opportunity ..f peraoi ling n Summer hoiaa sad
alse enjoying 1 day's flahlna In Ihla delightful region
Tickets *?'"?! relurnlng Tueedav, June l ,1 r INDER.
SON Qeneral Paiaenget Vgl :.r Beaver Bl New v .r<
boiiibtis t?iinicu.
HOARDEJRS u ?NTED bj nun. 1 phyaielaa. 1 or 1
a:?)...iit;)i ilckly, children; ..? minutes from .n\. ?e? '
shore; cautious .nie. Oerman nvenation:
references iddress PHVSH'IAN, Tribun OfBce
ADVERTISEMENT.?, nn.t sutucrlptlona f,.r The Trib
?.tie ie-rl\e,l at their Uptown onice, No, l.'.'t? rtruad
?m, ?'1 <:'?.i iinitli ,.f .'.i-i st. 111 m g o'clock p tu ad?
vertisement, raeelved at the following branch offices ?1
riguiar BtBcS ist.e i.ntll s a'dock p in \\i . <jf|| mi,,
?v* , a. e cor 2."?l st I.V.? ?1th a??-., rar. l?th ?( : Mav'i.
0th a\e. nn,1 llih at.; M3 <".i|iinihu? .,\r . near Went i'S h
jt ; lOrt West 4'J.t st n?ar rtth ave . S3 East 14th st "fiT
Weit |2d II., between 7th and Sth a\e? . nn K.?st 47th
st. : IM? Sd ?v* . between Tilth and 77th sis. i I SSa Bd
ave.. near 01 it-it. ; J.ros Ist-ave.. near Suthat.j
STOCKS DULL AND STEADY.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE FIRMER.
ftURUNOtOrt*l MARCH PTATEMENT
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THS GENERAL LIST.
RAIUtOAO STOCKS.
,-Aotnal ?a>s-1?Closing- BbsnB
Oper. High L. ? Bis. Bid Ash : ?old.
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A'.bany 4 Pus. ,1 ? ? ?
Ann Arbor _' ? ' ?
do pf ? p e n e ? ?
Atrh Top ft B F 10'. ?04
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Bait A- Ohio. ... 12
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