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POPPED DEAD AFTER A STREET BRAWL.
SfjOCJCAKCF. STCCTMBS TO HEART FAILURE
xrrzn CATTKING A mischievous bot.
A street brawl between Charies Roedig, who
keeps a ahociaakers ehep at No. 103 Washington
»Zt— and Mrs. Mary Clark, of No. 131 »-, Washlng-
I tan Fla*** bet " Uving in the rear, ended in the sud
__m deatli if heart ■•■■■• of Roedig last evening.'
' A crc*d-of fa»ai I-oys in the neighberhood con
' t&vaST *=noye d Boedig. He caught George Clark.
.#ven years o*.d. \a.er ever.ir.g. and slapped the hoy.
«rhe= tis mother. Mrs. Mary Clark, came Into the ;
, «r«et * A q'-arrtl followed between her and Roedig.
\* wt -"t sac sayF he stabbed her with a shoe
rasier's a*- A policeman interfered, and Roedig
.■ ___ t bacJt Into his ehep. He had Just entered the
ii __Zf when he dropped to the floor, and died ln
__ZZttr Coroner Z'jcca. ta!d that death was caused
1 t- h»rt disease. The police arrested Mrs. Clark.
___, wIU be held peading the r»yuit of an autopsy
- __\tMMj'w bndy. to be held to-day. Mr< Clark's
-■ .Zi-te children w*»re given Into the care of the
.Gerry society.
rFiff<7Fn %r/7^ A.BBAVLH}iQ A SERVAXT.
Siisey T. Holloway. the elghteen-year-oW son
n&SESafen O. HoUoway, th« horseman, yesterday ap
j. , jaar-^: before City J'-»i»r* V.i-, Z^lm in Xew
gacielie. A warrant had been obtained, charging
... j*a «1A assault ia the second degree. The com
piajai,.-.* was Mn Anna Hyland. who until Friday
* nf s> ■■•■lit or. th« Ht^llnwaT farm In Xorth-st.
.<*■- jtscsjrfil^S to her story she was 111 treated and
left __ house, purrued by Sidney, who kicked her
■- fid ?sacsed her for peveral blocks. She has also
■roajtoi ar. action for J3.000 damages. Young
Hcaoway pleaded not g-uilty, and the ca«e was ad
josrned till next Friday, ia order to give the de
j«j;i<i»Bfs father, who is on his way from Europe
a cfctse* to be present. The roonc rn^r. was fel
leiMd la custody of M J. Ti^rney his counsel
Mr. TiOTcy mm yesterday that the woman had'
. abased Sirs. KoUowav. ac^ lhal the young
1 l»* SSSLg^^S "" I ? Otfcer - founi Hollow
j **-- SfSSS / » 8t nOrFe Ehows la Madison
Erxirf Garden, axd ha« won a number of prizes
Ei« sister Miss Holloway. ia regarded as one of
; tie best horsewomen la the country
THE WEEK IX REALTY.
rSS OF F7NE APARTMENT HOUSES
THE LEADLVG FEATURES— LATE
■KWfl FROM BROKERS.
Tta OxtiaguUbicg feature oi last week's real es
-tite BUfeM was the sales of arxtrtment hMM
■" properties of that kind rtunurt handa, and
. we oze <isy the sales of three new ones -were ln
rladed In the badeet. The osoaJ share, of tenement
;."-ls3 'fi-weHi^g' house transaeUons w-as Included In
u v ayeek-i bnwtnafa, and th- sale of a business
property In Maiden Lane promises a fine lrnprove
r»r.*. in -.re je-weHers' district.
Ti» fact tia.t the week »-ae divided Into halves
fey - holiday had wme effect on the market, and
0 "^" "- there -were a fairly satisfactory number of
li>s. none were cf a sj>eclaJly Interesting ch*rac
tfr-they certainly were not from the point of view
af fcwestors. In fact, the last week was sinjrularly
Uckir^ ta evidences of Investment purchasing, and
there aj»p*ar*d to be a. cessation of the Investment
waeymmfrr. that for aevera: weeks prior had^been
devcJoplre bo rapidly.
Efcil estate broker* are tocilned to think that the
fell last week was only temporary, end the more
thoegitful ere Inclined to attribute It to the un
• fettled condition of the tax ixuestlon. In the g-en
eral opinion of brokers the sooner the Stranahan
M i» pnt to rest the better It will be for their
{wetness. cad for the trusiness of all persons Inter
ested In realty.
- Taer-s -»ere many rumors In clrcalatlon last week.
nort o? them without foundation of ary kind, but
•ome founded tipon fact. One of the latter was
tie report of m. seJe of an Important downtown
property, the owner of which eaid yesterday that
»art>t>.t;ons looking to the sole of the parcel were
Searlac completion, with a rood promise of suc
eesa brt that no conrract* had been Plgned.
Sales of unimproved properties, none of them
- potably imr>ortant. eonsprlsea muofi of the actual
frai:n« Transactions of another clkaracter ln
volved No. 122 Na«B*u-*t.. b*twe»n Beekman and
Ars rts.; N-.-. ■ and 52 Maiden Lane, which will
|>c tojp*wVi I with a twelve stcry building', and some
itnme Trabllabed below.
THE RECORD" OF SAI.-EB.
S. Osgood Pell & Co. have Eo'.d for Stuyvesant
Tfeh and Marie 11. E Bleythins the southwest
'rl'Berner of Madison-aye. --r.d Serenty-e!g:hth-et., two
Ctrei:ir.g houses, on a plot 30xT4. Both dwelling
___r m>Mea win be demnlipfced and a handsome white
. aKO'.^ house, absolutely fireproof, win be erected.
Henry L>. Winane & May t.ave sold No. 59 East
Eirtieth-st.. a four story and basement brownstone
d* ettlzg , fcocse, for Mrs. J. Mlchels, on private
tfnrs,
; Eicfcard V. Harriett & Ce. have sold for the
estate of Anthony MeKeynoWs to J. B. Esselstyn
-. JCo. 115 WleK On'i-hundred-and-thirty-pecond-st.
Ashforth i- Duryea report that they have Bold
rjra lots, now occupied by dwelling houses. In
*orty-«seventh-st-, between Fifth and Sixth ayes.
A if-z «tory cotel will be built on the cite.
' Jesse C. enpett & Co. hay« sold for J. Blumen
tba! Xo. 124 West Seventy-eighth-st^ a tour story
brownstor.e private dwelling- house, 17x55x105, for
C?£DO; also, for Richard Nathan, the northeast
corner of One-ht:adr«?d-and-Blxty-elghth-st. and
"Aui'jbon-ave., a five story store and flathouse
t'l'M'.ng, 25x95. for d.OOO. ,
Rusher & Babcock have eoli for G. L. Lawrence
the ree stcry private dwelling houses Nos. 34 36
a=d Vi Hamilton Terrace, 19x50x100 each, on private
R. Axelrod has sold the seven rtory elevator
apartment house No. SOS "West Nlnety-third-st,. on
a plot 27.6X145. for SUTT^OO cash.
1. Caaavan ha* «old to John McKeon for John
-u.eyer No. 13 Nmth-ave., a four story brick flat
co-^se, with stores, on lot 2"xlOO; also, to Jamee
~ara for Richard Fltzpatrick. No. 407 West
Thirteenth-**., old bullilngrs. on lot 25x100.
H. C. Senior & Co. nave soid for R. S. Conklln to
a Mr. Row«n No. €1 West Slxty-nlnth-st.. a four
*tory private dwelling house, 20x50x100. at about
JS.OOO.
Joseph M Uchtenaaer has sold throurh Bernard
ersyth. & Sens the plot en the north side of One
hundred-and-*leventh-Bt-. 223 feet east of Broad
way. 75x100.11.
_ Richard Fit*patrlck has cold to James Ward No.
f West TiHrteenth-et, old buildings (leasehold)
lot 25x100.
% Conway * Row* have boH to T. HamillNo. 13
.•••-«=• . five story front and rear buildings, plot
7x30.4x32.9.
Jarob D. Butler his sold to John O'Nell No. 311
to r, West -:-and-forrie'h-Ft.. four story
K&bi*. plot ilMt at about JSO.OOO.
J. T. Fleiscbniar.n & Bor. have sold the five etory
Eathouse on the B*M side cf Madl«on-ave., 25.9
--*• r.orth of Or.e-hundred-and-aeventeenth-st.. lot
- CxS. at about C7,00(i.
•* Hachel Weiss has sold to Joseph A. Joel So. 141
East Pixty-stK-ond-ft., a three »tory dwellinp house.
Plar.t were submitted to the Department of Build
teirp rt-sterlar- for three ator apartment houses,
to con nearly 5500.000. Rachel Axelrod will erect
cr th«* southeast corner of Broadway and
>irfty-«AeonJ-Ft. a seven ptory brick and stone
t_£ra?or apartment hourt^, lOSxICS.6. costing about
CV'-OOG. Two ainiilar structtires will be built for
Eliaa Kempner at the northwest corner of West
Znd-avp. and One-hundr^dth-et.. at ai estimated
«•"" cf C20,0f«. O^&rge F. Pelham is the architect
J5 both operailons. I
A XETX-JEP.SET SUBURBAN' FIRM.
Ainor.ir suburban real estate firms, Taylor & llac
r«CEa]-j of Xo. 122 Liberty-st., are representative
fit Centra! and >7oithem X»-w-Jersi-y, t«'O aC *•:■■
I^* sections of the State, in easy ae?e*>i> of KwV-
r «*«, end d«irarrfe cs horae secttor.s for the b<*st
:^aa-' t'"-st '"-s cf conjtnutera.
**"-.<• northern sectloti, of which Haekensack Is
»c cr the prettlfFt ppotu. is the home of Mr. Tav
2^*f - it is much through •'■•' efforts that the
•£ra has become what it is— an attractive place of
■J«si* t*r. thousand jx»opl£. -with every improve
c*Jßt.c*Jßt. pavf-4 rtrrets?, pfw^r? wat*r c***.
The r^ntral secUon. in whirh Plainfield t» pituate'l.
"toe home of Mr. Mar Donald. -who is *-r,Thu«ia«tlc
r U>* ad\-antap*>« it offorn to cornmu'erß and
f^ T '- VM quick and perfect trai^ e*r\ice, Ita trol
r** »rd its MV impPovern'-'
NEW BUILDING PLANS.
"f*^*-. • t corner B»ack-av* f<v a fi\-« rtory
.'*■•' h~-»«.h ~-»«. with stores. *4.5x5l and 92 9:
rs2f" r M*efcaa. No 954 Dairion-«t. cwn»r and
|£**tecf $20,000
*—;£-«. Nt,n t, cor; ft w ■■? Amsterdam-ay*. for a
E-J 1 *T at 4 ceT.ar brtck an<! — •■«• «pert
™«t hou«e. l4jc**C John Paterr.o 1 * Son*. No .
fS £*•* 11?tf >-«. owners: M V B F«rdcn. No
jj*** West S7ti.-«t. architect eo.ooo
*Zr-+” • •■ I*. ft c cf Ra!!rr^-i-uv». for a one
SH7 *»»»• •*«l f»r freight W«fc7 Htr)«n
-*^ B *** r dempuny. i^r«-ral»«s. owner; JT Bayb«i
► 3000
■^gjß^' r. *^«>ni«r iJnflJew-«t.'for'a*sii'sH,ry
*Ti JSIV'. 1 M*ndel. Marsa * MaJu-aankr.
~<- V. 015 M-»r*. n«i; Michael Bernstein, No
t 2 Eroe*w*]r. architect 25 001
E.T- *S Mt - fw • f.v^ « tor y brtrk r«'
t^L 251791 Mon * * GliHeji. No 02 htb-8-ve.
iStT*-' Henr T I, a --.'l#ifs X 101 W-«t iil«-st
iSS!?* - • s2s 2 - 000
/,!■**■: • •' "■ £s** ft • c of < - «luniL,u» *'.-c.
rf-* V;"* fior y -•**<* <J»«-Hir-ir bou»*. 2S*«i:
•no Ifonuurna. No mo *ah-av». owner; I)
f>\Z, *° £a<lt 2I«»-«t. architect 3.500
~CT: • • eom*r Emadway for a seven st.,rjr
7 w *>**<*-«•-. JOfcxtu».O; nsrfcel Axel rod. K»
./ Maeaattsr.-avs cwwr; G F Pelhaaj. archl
la&ih-*; • • 200.000
fir* ; v* r " rD * Courtl«n<!»-*v«. for tr .
-•*r -* Wx ', b l" k t '-«s«a«it houix-f . with stores,
v'.iii.^ -**7S "harles nroran. No 1.165
•*■•-•*■#. '*i»f: Seville & Ba«ge.
•rrßjii^rrj j . 4*ooo
'e^H, " 7 w oraci *■•* F.-'.- . ■■ f or'w '••Yea "
K«^;JJf \- J^°'4** - MkK and *f 10*S7 E'.:as
•rS^T' N<> ■ *•»•*»-«*. owner; O F Felhara,
............................. 220.000
K*nl (Estate.
HOUSES FOR SALE AND RENT
CYRUS FIELD JUDSON
rrrlngtr^' J A^el^^ B^^^, %*™ my
faction gales of Real Cstatt.
Richard Auctvi
at 1= ,<*** b .-.p. „ th,^> w 'Estate Eales
rnd,r the direction S^tte^S?^?^*
. _. *,. 591 Broad
.\ear W e « t Iloaxton St.. Inclndlnsr
- 1«4 Mercer St.,
SI-* 30*=oo ft^^ru^rorx b^ldlag..
- 112 Ea»t 1-ttti St.,
a « p - «•«»»-«•«"•« with «.d
109 I-ast 13th St.,
Six. — ■— ■. A.ftSS^'mmUM balldlnp,.
182 & 184 K. Houston St.,
■feJSgJ* 1-^1 -^ »* *»«^5» with 2-,tor
63, 65 and 67 Bayard St.,
ftVJr.*i,>o x ;»7^i r ( ,? f 4l; t ?, t rr ban<! , nc ..
31 Great Jones St.,
Sl.e =<J.!>xlOO. >«-ar Elm -i bnll<ll. ? .
sue 2<:.»*u*>, «j, h ::.«,„/, bniirtinp.
420 3d Avenue,
et o , »ar Earn S!ttli St.
ilxe 24.5Ht»5. with .1-»i«r, l,ulldiu S >.
„_ 77th St., south side,
••W>tl t * — *i*A./!. f rre nt, tr »* P»rk West.
» rt - * o »«« -.»xI«KJ.2 each.
:°iT a 7'a 7' E«l-. r-:- • • rr.ey. SI Nassau St.
Bmid^y •• COlbr ' E * q - Attorney. 120
Maps at Auctioneers'. 71 ar.d T3 Liberty St.
RICHARD IV%1 V % H\H.\KTT -fc CO.. Auctioneer,,
At 12 "A-?-? L at *' JcU «n WEDNESDAY. March 7.
At 12 o clock noon, at the New York Real Estate
Salesroom, 111 Broadway,
TO DIVIDE AX ZNTKREBT
21.".. 21T AND 219 wSUiI ST.
Connecting with
12. 14 AM) M XORTH WILLIAM ST.
About IS.* ft. m William St.. !».4 on North William Bt
MM * ad.ioSmng the Brooklyn Bridge, togethe
»:■- .5 and 4 story br:-k bui
cc«. rt rr 5C5 CC r ee e n rce°r?t. mm ° rtSa^ at 4S per cent, or 75 per
w> C v hJL W 7* BuckI «y- E»q!<.. Attorneys. 141 Bread
way; Har.»en. Zinsser & Power. Esqs.. Attorneys. 3S Park
BT ORPER OF
Sulllvaa & Cromwell. Esqs.. Attorneys,
US LISPEXAgD ST.,
IS9.TH East of Broadway
o-«tcry and basement brick building, with one-«tory ex
tension, cownn? lot 25x91.
Map« at Auctioneers', 71 and 73 Liberty St.
BRYAN L. KENNELLY, AuctionV.
■WILL SELL AT AT-CTTON
WEDNESDAY. March 7, 1900,
.'«._, at 12 o'clock n •- n
at the N. T. Real -Estate Palesroom. 11l Broadway.
EXECI TOII'S SALE.
By order of Fredrrii-k B. Srhrn'rk. Esq., Ex
ecutor of the «-»ti<><- of Win. P.
"t. John, deceaned.
121 EAST 34-TH STREET
wSTS."" Brou ' n ' n & P"«e"»on. Atf ys for Executor, 71
Liberr* " T* r»rther particulars of Att'y or Auctioneer, M
V\7TLLIAM KENXELLY, AfCTE..
TV win T} : ; at auction at the New York Real Estate
Salesroom. 11l Broadway, ar. 12 o" clock noon,
Wednesday, March Hth. 1900,
By order Supreme Court, in Partition,
rnder direction of Au B u=tus C Brown, Eed. Referee,
The Valuable Investment Properties
Xo. 190 West Str^t.
Xortheact rorr.vr Duane Ptr»et. ard
Xr,g. 213 & 215 r>-Jane Street.
t,°n ww S !<t corn *' r o€ Caroline St.. the valuable plot 24 "x
M.2x44 S»x «Te«Tßlar, with three flve rtory (store) and celiar
bnck buiUllngs thpreon tn R^-.d order.
No. C2l Hudson Btoreet,
S"Uthw»«; , CQrc r , °' • ran It '- the valuable lot 19x55.3x
l«iiJdlng rl tbereon. th '' "'' BtOry fthr€e Btory ' xr " n8lon) brick
-■- . - Hoi 211 East 17th Street
the valuable let 1.-.x02 ft., with four story and cellar
brick buildmr thereon.
Messrs. JULIUS j 4 A_ LYONS.
Attorneys for Plaintiff. 320 Broadway.
Maps and Particulars with Attorneys or Auctioneer,
111 Broacwav,
rORRIB WII.KIXS. AUCTIONEER.
■*"-*■ E. H. LUDLOW & CO.
will sell at auction on Thursday, MARCH Bth. 1900, at
12 o clock M. at the New Torfe Real EEtate Salesroom
11l Broadway. N. V..
NO. 73 WEST 71ST. ST.
Particulars from E. H Lur!low & Co.. 115 Broadway
(9194) '
gitg Progertn fox Sale.
THE WISE
BUY THE HOUSES
THAT FOOLS BUILD.
Owing to the fact that the cn«r nt gOildißg material
haa bo advanced. I can sell you a. house on a large plot of
ground for & price much less than It costs to build th«
house. Property located in Th- Borough of Brooklyn and
other sections of Greater New York. Call or address
GEORGE S. BRUSH. 280 Broadway. New York City.
BUSINESS Good Investment. ~
BUILDING. Business building
In 2Sth-st., west of Broadway.
Well rented. Long lease one tenant.
For particulars address
CHAS. H. EASTOX & CO.,
116 West 42nd Bt.
Eighty-second Street,
CLOSE TO FIFTH AVENT"E.
A Very Desirable -Width Dwelling, In good order.
Permits and particulars of (7763)
GEO. R. READ,
HEAD OFFICE. TSI .Ith Avrior.
60 CEDAR STREET. at'.'Ntb Street.
FIFTY-SEVENTH STREET,
BETWEEN 6TH AND 7TH AYES.
For H-. ■ vtry attractive medium sized House In
thorouirhly (rood order. AT A VERY REASONARLE
PRICE. Penaltg and further particulars of fT77«ii
GEO. R. READ.
EEAD OFFICE, T.'.l STH AYE..
60 CEDAR BT AT ,-»» TH FT.
STH AYE. HOUSE
At great bauga r. very easy terms. AJfireas OWNER, 20
Broad-st.. R^cm 1.0C2.
22 FT. DWELLING,
West 46th Street,
NEAR FIFTH AVENUE. $tf,ooo.
Must sell quick. Terms to gult.
LATHAM i CAKR. IIS Broadway.
KOR laUB.
AT LOW PRICE, TO CLOSE AN ESTATE." A
LARGE BROOKLYN FACTORY.
■ ifciiiMS J. E. JOHNSON. 03 Liberty St.. X. Y.
BARGAIN.— I22.OOO HOUSES FOR J17.500.
£\. ST. NICHOLAS AYE. AND 15»TH ST.— Six elegant
blue etone front up to date private dwelling* ; nne view;
best ral for price on Heights; hiirh stoop; three storj'.
bs,"*»meTir, cellar: hara' wood throughout; terniß to suit;
Inspection, invited. s»^ jrow broker or write E. B
TKSAT, owner, 241 West 23d 9t.
4 SPLENDID CHAXCE for Inveatjnent In h!(rh class
"*" property In the line of the recent sth Aye. develop
nim'i. Address
VT. L. SI'TPHIN. 120 Broadway.
\ TTEXTIOX. BUILDERS. INVESTORS!
2\. Eulldin^ Ijcatlon. 25xii»". popular Weat 42d thorough
fare; suitable for first class apartment, '.re. or ar.y
business; unexceptionable opportunity tar Immediate im
provement; offers winted; cioelng: estate; principals ex
clusively. COUNSELLOR. 221* w«at 42d.
VMSTEJtDAM A\"E.. .corner near 93d St.; steam heat;
reel. *4.452; price. $4S.CiiiO. CASHIX. 644 Bth Aye.
B£3)FORD PARK. — Fine r»-«ideri' l e. corner BriK*s-are.
and Suburban , 10 rooms; sanitary plumblnf;
two' barns • eteam heat: hardwood trim; decorate<J; open
fireplaces- plot 2SzI(JU; f.vr minute* to Baxlam Ua!in.ad
or troUey': arijoinln* Bronx Park; also hoiuie in Travers
,t.. n««r Jerome-*»e. and rono>ur»e *5 »JO.
#U * J. p TOUSSAINT. M'R»ad«>-st..
or anr R*al Esta4e Aa-ent la Pggford Park or Fordham.
-T-\OR PAI^:. on liberal terms, frea and cl«ar. 4 story
I anrt basement front S story rear brick house, suitable
to families or fnrn»*be4 room*. Apply premise*. 237
2ath-st. t_
T-s:i. w Tr*Tr\IEXT DARC\rS- — Examine No. 24» , TVe«t
P iSh tiTreS. Sric"tßl P»rk; ei^nt n.* 5 story
, r , P , n l r . • houce 37 Cxl<": ''•* suites, eight aaJ nine
p« r i ot*er J3.0.M net. AUu 3 aJjolnlnc
SSS^Be-jlSSto^«" THOMAS P. PAYXE. M V»*y.
JCST TUB KIVD OF HOt-SB eonsenrativ* biittnm and
«T«S«u«»na! m<^-ar^ looking for: new. modern; ( ol«et
rt tr SSSSSSrtSU Wily -t*bJtah««: only 30 minute, from
? ifi« eentrw^ 8 to 10 rooms; «a» elrt-trtcuy. runntu*
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBI'NK. SUNDAY, FKi.IMAKV 25, 1000.
Unfurnished ■Apartments to Cet.
ALBERT £. GIBBS & CO., Agents,
•I'lione, :{OS Hiifrsldf. 451 COLIHBtS AYE.. \f:iP. SIST ST.
H.W. oor. Central Park West 41 08 th St.
New Model Apartments of 7 and 8
Large and Light Rooms.
SKILFULLY PLAKHED AND ARTISTICALLY DECORATED
Every up-to-date improvement. Long dis
tance telephone in each apartment; abundant
closet room, special dressing rooms with French
plate mirr< ■ doors, tiled bathrooms with the
finest sanitary plumbing; laundry and steam
dryers in basement; refrigeratin? plant; letter
chutes; servants' toilets; patent airtipht gur
bage closets; complete electrical equipment.
Handsome entrance hall and reception room.
Magnificent view of the park.
Rents from $1,000 to $1,400.
OPEX DAY AND EVESISG,
Tel. Xo. 1201 Riverside.
E. S. WINQ, Agt.. on Premises.
Brooklnn Propcrtn Sale or Jo Cet
HOUSE. 14 ricms and lanre hall; sable. spacious
grounds; beautiful shaOe trees; suitable sanitarium:
within city limits: lowest terms. IVOODEXSCHEEK.
2JMI Railroad A\-e.. Brooklyn.
Drooklnn propcrtn fox Sale.
1
NEW 0
2 and 3 Story \
MODERN J
Stone Dwellings \
Located on Midwood Street, *
near Flatbush Aye. £
Two blocks from Willink entrance J
to Prospect Park. 4
>
30 minutes from New York; trolley 4
connections to ferries and all r
0 KTr>-smor> STREET— THREE stdrt HOUSES. points of the CitV. 4
a THESE DWELLINGS ARE MODERN IX EVERY PAR. 4
j TICULAR TO THE SMALLEST DETAIL. 0
j Twenty-five two-story and Six three-story sold during past season, t
2 ■
J For further particulars regarding terms, etc., apply to $
S W a A RROVVN nwnprf Breokly " OffiCM Cor< Midw!O<J st<ll!dflatbush #
9 YT . t\, r\, L»I\CFTTiI, UwHCr^vfc New York OfTicc: 149 Broadway, Rm. 1220. i
r Brooklyn Office open Sundays and Hotldays ail day; evening untill 9. \
g An Illustrated BookUt showing Jioor t!an, etc., mailed on application. P
3 STORY and basement frame, mansard roof; 12 rooms
an: bath; all improvements; AI order; B'^ lots of,
grmjnd; sra.-dt-n. grape arbor: large etabl*. three bol
stalls; n^-ar Herklmer-st., In 25th Ward; half hour from
NVw V rk can. if necessary, be used as a two famtly
h"UiM>; rtgage *.< 900. flve per cent, tbre* years to run;
cost SS.ihio; pn<-e $4. -•■ to qu'rk ptirchaser..
H. A. MCARTHY. 2.01 1 Pulton-st.
FOR SALE.— Two choice iota. SOxl'-" adictntrjp. in the
finest rwuifntlal section of * latbush, Albetnarle
Road, near Fiatbuah Aye. Addret'3 HENRY E. FRANK
ENBEH 34-> r.njadway. Manhattan N. V, City.
F,p. SALB CHEAP.— Xo reasonable offer refused for
2 story has* n»nt brick house. - rooms and bath;
ruis" sell. 100 Howard Aye.
(To Crt 3or i3nsmess purposes.
DESIIVABLB OFFICES TO LET IS
TEMPLE COURT.
EVERY GOHVEHIEHGE. - CENTRAL LOCATION.
RULAND & WHITING, Agents,
OX PREMISES.
"\\*»Vl A>D BEEKMA.I ST9.
IST LOFT TO LET,
+4 U9PEKABB ST.
Llpht. 25x92. tuttable for any business. Apply 20
BroaJ-st., Room 1002.
i rORXTO STORE AND RAKEVENT.
j\. WASHINGTON ANi- FRANKLIX STREETS.
— .\iso —
Ofil'-es and lofts, with freight elevator.
kerus low to deelrable tenants.
WXLUAM B. WARE, Agent, 451 Columbus Aye.
fical Estate CDantcs.
LARGE PABLOB cr larpe r rr.s. eultable for oClee and
Xj Uteary of » society; between Madison and 7th ayes.,
4ii and BBtb sis.; reat. S4.'*> to $700 year.
V S.. 1.242 Broadway
SMALL HOUSE IX OR NEAR CITT for a home, in
txchange for handsome winter residence In Ocala.
FiTida- r.riee ff.COO; free ancf < -«r. cewt over tl'.iiOW
AMES t, CO.. 106 West 34th St.
ir\.K: — House In country; 12 rooms; Improvements;
» T v N. Y. Cent, preferred: some ground: stable;
rent not to exceed $rw») per annum. Address J. TOUXO.
care 3. Cunningham, W> Broadway.
<Citn Propcrto Ho £ct
VALUABLE WATER FRONT
On Harlem River tn lease, w-th Improvements.
Apply WATSOVS (JRAIX ELEVATOR.
Harlem River and lar.th-nt.
* — &•• .WTH BT.
A Four Bf>ry EngrJlsh I-ris^.-n-y.t to rent; newly deco
r*nt: newly dee»
rated: open plumtilMf. Apply to owner, 3« West 47th-«t.
O^TH-«T , ISO EAST. — I storte*- MV Park-aye- rent
OU *l Ss<>. A. K. MACK AT, <J Wall Bt.
-TH-AVE., 2».— 28 feet. 4 stories- rent M.SCO. |
O A. X MArKAT. « Wall Bt.
.. A. DVERTISEMEN'TS and «Jb»erlptlona for Toe TVthua*
J\. received at tl.e:r t'r>'.o*n Ofilce. Xo. 1.2«2 BroadwaT
Ja door north of Slst-st.. ur.til 9 o'clock p. in.; advert:**,
meats received a' tne foilowtng Lraneb ofQces at raamlar
cfSce r»t<-« unlii S o'r'jck p m.. vii 254 Sth-ave. a c i
cur. Uii si.: iiJ v... ..... mat. XClh-iu; aUc/'a, QUt-aye,
Hnfnrmslicb Apartments (To Cet.
265 WestßistSt.
MAR BROAOWAY.
NEW 9-STORY
FIREPROOF
APARTMENT
HOUSE,
In suites of 7, 8 and ** larjc and
light rooms with every known
improvement and numerous
de-Acts caic-j'ated to add to the
comfort and convenience of th;
ter^nts. Notable feahrres are
the larj c number of c'osr's and
the enclosed wash basin? in the
bedroom*. Separate elevator
for servants and freight.
Day and Nfcht Service.
*ents $1,200 to $1,550 a year.
Apply on Premises; or to
THE OSBORNE
CTTH ST. AVD TTH AYE.
O.VE EXTRA L«\RGE 'ORNER APARTMENT.
ON?: .NT.YE ROOM APARTMENT.
FOR RENT FKOM 31 AY IST.
The Ganoga,
NOS. 85 AND 8T EAST 27TH ST.,
NEAR. MADISON AYE.
Bachelor and Private Apartments of
1, 2 and 3 Rooms and Batb.
Hote: Service. Caf# and Restaurant, Electric Ele
vator, etc. All mridern conveniences, perfectly ap
pointed. Xow Open for Inspection.
RAYMORE,
1 We«t-68th Street.
HANT'SOME APARTMENTS.
8 ard 7 /r»ms, with bath, all Improvements; elevator.
electric light, steam heat, hot water, etc Inquire agr.t.
oc premises, or I..HV N. MOORE. 120 Broadway. New
York Cltr.
BEAI'TIfT'L. neia-hborhnod quiet, sele-t wel; i
house : single, seven-room light apartment, steam.
but w»;er two [aft; $35. $40: opportunity 7R7 Parlt-are.
•>Afv WEST 88TH ST. — I and 3 rooms, with bath, nt»aiu
+*\JKf and hot water supply- open plumbing: J'.H to
•25.00.
JTTH-AVE.. 1.0« A cor. 86f/-st. — Klegaot apartments,
O facing Park, $«8 to $100. Apply te Janitor.
fnxni»\)cb So Cet
ON account of going to Europe, will rent two newly
furnished Apartments, together or separately; new
houie; fine view; *ll light and attractive: seven and nine
ro^ns; elevator; elwrtrto Hgbt. 230 West 97th-9t.
-v — — . — .—. —
OTJ_ CENTRAL PARK — H»nd«r,melv furnished
Oltr .1 rooms und bath, steam: hot water- 1 flight.
PU7JCAN.
Drooklng propcrtn .for Sale.
F?R SALB. — A ftne rss)l4enUa! property on Washington
X Arenue; lot, 30x220: extends to St. James Place
(two fmnt&ires') : house, 22*30; 3 story and basement, with
all modern Improvements; steam heat; carriage way
frott trees; easy terms to qulok pur-haner Address
j OWNER. 346 Broadway. Manhattan. N. Y. City.
FOR SALE — tract, Im»iTS. on SklUman Avenue, run
nina; from HnmboTdt Street in Buahwick Avenue
For factory or tenements: witn or without bu-.idlnsr now
on lot. Chean to quick, purchaser. Address HENRY E
FRANKEXBERG. 34<t Broadway. Manhattan. N. Y. <•>•
! Conntrn Propcrtg fox Sale or (To Cet
j PLAINFIELD.
I Write me for the kin-i of place you want to buy. rent
or description of property to sell, or rent.
J. F. MACDONALD. 123 LJberty St.. .v. y.
"^LAINFIELD, \. .1.
Exceptional BaraTiins In Real Estate — For sale or r*nt
at prir«- s to suit everybody. J F. MA.CDONJ
TARRYTOWN— PARK.
88 ACRES; 19 room hou«e. fully furnished; two bath
rooms: electric lights; spring water; t*autifu! hothouses;
blghest elevation; stabttng for H banes; fine view over
Hudson River ir. : toward Sound. I'roperty can be seen
by appi>Mns ts G. C BT JOHN.
2 Cortlanrft St.
\ LLEXDALE (Erie Railroad!.— Sale or rent, m.< 3
A crn 12 room Colonial house: piazzas, balconies;
st>-am heat; Z\ acres; stable, shade ami fruit trees.
Box 10. Allendale. N J
■OEAI'TIFUL. HOMHw 25 per cent below value; *9,000
J3 to $u,i>>X> btijs a nice home on th* Hudion at Yon
kers; modern Improvements; Bnlahad In har3»ood; may
take part traU^ TRaVlj* 4 CO.. !5 CottlandL
BOrXD BROOK. \. J.. 5O minutes from N«w-York.—
For sale or rent, house. 14 rooma; modern Improve—
menta. best location; lot 125x3W»; stable, etc.; fruit
shad*'. W. H. BROKAW, 54 Broad St.. N. T. or JOHN"
C. VAN DOREN. Bound Brook, X. J.
STATEX ISLANt>- FINE RHPUiEN'-E
With from 10 to 2u acre«. fronting the Sound. KTult
and shade. Excellent place for poultry and fruit. Terms
easy. F&AXKLJN POST.
171 Broadway.
(Tonntrp Propcrtn Zo £et. .
AT ELBERON. NEW JERSEY.
FOR RENT— L. Lockweod's Country P:*ce. for
teaaon iara-e H.iuae. fumlvhed, (table, coachman' house;
eltjr raa and water, with larve sarden, all kinds fruit In
abundance: Jersey cow, pasture. Apply to OWXER.
Koiu-l-r Mineral flprlna; OfSce. 10 Walker-st.. New York.
>*«tANFORL'. X. J. — TO LET.— ldeal suburban homes;
Vy all up-to-date Improvements; tidewater sewer; modern
echoolhooaes. FERGUSON * VAN NAME. Offlces: Opera
House Block, Cranfort. or 34 Plhe-st., New-York.
fTK> RENT —At "e"sr Brifrhtom. Itatea lalantl.
JL Gentleman's resldenrc on the heights. Best location
la Xew Brtg-hton, $30 a month. Cottage belonging to An
son Phelps Stoke* Apply to any local ajrent. or to
JAMES \V. JTCVL.I.OCH. 4T Tedar St.. N T.
Alao a fine residence, with stahle, at 1100 a month; aame
location.
>> COSBY soburnan rcttages- larre lots, healthy, pieacant
_ 1 M-ati >n. near station; -40 minutes fr »m N. V vi 4
Erie R. R.; 136 ISO. niLJU M Cnton Ec}.. N Y.
fnrnisl)cb (Eo Crt--Conntrß.
TO LET — Furnlahaa for seaaoa or unfurnlabed year'v
L IS room House. Urge barn, plenty fruit, H acres'
runntna; stream. 1 lulls iutb« Erie K. U. O>r.«r iiJx
t AliandnU. M. i.
Hnfnrnislicb Jo Cet.
RIVERSIDE DRIVE AND 84TH STREET,
A nine-Btory building of strictly flre-proof construction, ready tor occayancy. Elgiit reos«s|
and bath, finished In ftrst-rlass style. Decorating now b«lng done. Tenants may select d>cor»r
tions. BuiMin? tMM south &nd southwest, making rooms cool during warm weather. I^ocav
tion is the most tMUHfBI in the city, with extensive views of th* Hudson and tlie Drlv*. 10
apartments rented out of IS. W. R. STEWART, on premises.
Jttt KATAHDIN A p A R TMENTS
Northwest Corner 113 th Str. & Broadway.
On the <rrr«t of Cathedral Heights, one block from. Riv
erside Drive and Columbia College.
Luxurious apartn-.ents with Suburban environments and
city conveniences.
Extensr _• view of the Hudson, tna Palisades and the
upper pcrtlcn cf the city.
BROADWAY CARS PASS THE DOOR.
Conntnj Propenn fox Salr.
Xew-Jersey".
Vl^nackensack, Hew Jersey.^^^ o, °'
'x'^^We offer Choice Home Sites on high ground at a speciai^w
At least investigate before going: elsewhere to locate/ N V^
>w If you value good nerghtors, best train service (72 trains __y^
'S'e^w daily outdoor sports, including fine boating _x^<S-«
■ 4>/*^S^ anc Health, study up about y^o^'
'^ V\. HACKENSACk. _^y& A^'
*„ % e^i O Oj^>V>™ Build to -*alt _y^\^> e\ ,^V^
A BARGAIN TO CLOSE AN ESTATE.
WEST ORAXGE. X. J.— A DESIRABLE- FARM. Splen
did place for 9sVTLIbU.VI COUNTRY RESIDENCE,
65 acres, nearly all tillable; fine ftream of water: lars«
house; •>-•>! . 4itbu.">d:ngs 2** miles from, Erie >r Lacka—
wanna: macadam ruadu; price HO.uUi C. C. JACOBUdI
52 Broadwaj-. X. T.
t— ■ — — —
\ DlßONDACKS.— Ex^ptionallv desirable camp, near
-V Paul 8mltb"«: fully fqrnlSßed Apply MURRAY
MITCHELL. 20 Eroad-st.
"piOR SALE.— A r.ew pr^pero; s:x acres of land: one
-*- hundred hnrne water power, that can be us^d every
day In the year, supplied by a large lake reservoir; title
perfect. Apply S. 3. SHERWOOD. I'aterson. X J.
TV)R BAIJB At Summit. N. J.. plot 100x180; splen-
X; didly situared; only iw.i Mocks rr-^m station.
Address P. O. Box 741, Summit.
FOR SALE.— II .use anJ Lot, with Stable on
A Chestnut Street. Mjatclair. M J. Ail muuern Im
provements.
Also ttaet of 30 acres near new Cornell reservoir.
A Farm of 40 acres near Cretan on Hudson, N. T.
A Brick >ard site with clay and aand tank on Railroad
between IISWII ir..i M-iurose. N" V.
Apply JAMES H. Tt'TTI^E, ' 'torney. Tatbu a BuiMinr.
N» Vorlc
FOR SALE.— South Orange, beautiful country residence
up to date in every particular. Carotin If aol.i at
onre. EVSTEX A CO.. MM Broad-st.. Xewark.
I^OR SAT^E.— In the E-vkshlres (tmtlp-man's rsalden^e,
at Qrea Birrington. Mas?. ; large hous^. stable, beau
tiful lawn of ser«B acr<*». larsre forest tr<-c»; h..u<«e'h*aTed
by steam, lighted by electricity. Address P. O. Box IS4
t;:eat Uarrin»;t.>n. Mass.
AfODERX up to Jate hou«« gale at East Orange.
-.»!. This property will be sold cheap if disposed of at
once. Address OWNER. 7">» DroaU-st.. Xewark. X J
OP.AN-. -
r. \v m\\
-
PUUXFIELD. N
-i» an
-
N V T
KITHCItn X. J.— For sale, seven room house: lot
8<>xlflO; on yen favorable terms. THEO. BROAD
HEAD. 254 Grand Street.
SACRIFICE:— $s..VW—Uan<l»ome 10 room hou.«e. 5S feet
• - front. 45 feel d«-pth; one arre cf around; two corners:
nice frull orchard and small bam: S3 minutes on W. S.
R. R. E. w WALTER. 1.336 Broadway.
400 VfREI, PECO^H- BAY,
Nearly surroun<}eil by water: high around larg« tree*
fine beach; rood buildings; IS miles from station; Ideal
rlae* f- r iuumt resort or sanitarium. SGO.OOO.
C. J. SANDS. 130 Broadway. v T.
SO "AA — Krven IM Tsbor. Anne t*otta*e; three
— ,i..)UU. lots: Uount T&bor. rear Mornstown.
I\JJPUH.L 2U Lir .ufway Manhattan.
-• f) ACHE OOI'NTRT RnSIDET^'CE; abundance fruit:
1 — house W rooms ahove basement; large verandas; two
bathrooms' but «ater heat: cooti barn an.'. six r - m cot
tare' 2S hour* frotn NVw-Yurk; less than half ralue; part
.•ash Address PcntoKSca Ilos WH. MU^etown. Cons.
vTitn hotels.
TTDOE IF!L(D)IBIGa@[Ep
4TH AVK. AND ISTH ST.. *
t.«NION SQUARE.
Abenltitrly nr^rroof. Ewellent eulsine, parlor, three
bedrooms, and bath.
TUB UAICOVER.
t KAHT 13TH ST.. N. E. rOR. BTH A%*E
PVnm Mitrrb l.t. FvUMT. two Uedronm* «:i1 liath: by
Bu»Ui or ye*»^ U j> UATUA'.VAT.
Unfnrnisfjtb ,2lpartnifnt3.,Cro Cet.
sj
Suites of eight very larca rooms and balK sSMisbV
planned, with '.he salwoa effect of a Snt-elaaa pxtTtta
residence. Abundance cf light tn every room. RJsjk sjafl
artistic decorative effects- Parqaet floor*. Bntlers" PaßtrT.
Telephone In each apartment. Laualry. Stears Drjtsx
Apparatus and servants' batba ts basement. - Eleniars.
Electric Llgrht. etc.
(Eonntnj prcpertn fox Salt.
New-Jersey.
ELMHURST, L I.
12 Minute* from 3-4 th St. Ferry.
COMMUTATION 64c. INCLUDING FERRY TO SSW
YORK. TROLLEY 3 TO ALL FERRIES and
ACROSS BRIDGE. S ■ .VTS.
Beautiful detached suburban homes, with an tAtr een-
Tenlencea. Streets macadamized and eurbefi. Cagz«d
walks, and careful restriction en lota.
Sold only to people who w-.:l build houses Inunediataty.
Houses alwaya tn course of construction aad buUt ta
OJ^lsr. Sold same as pay tag- rent.
\ PRICES FROM $3,300 TO 513.005,
CORD MEYER A CO..
Einhurat. L. I. a WUllam St.. !T. T.
Telephone ]+\ .. A^. yEWTOWS.
FOR SALE AT
SCARBOROUGH-ON-HUDSON,
WESTCHESTER CO.. K. T. '
GENTLEMAN'S COUNTRY SEAT ANT> S3 ACKS3.
S<' minutes from. Grand I sjaazal Stattan; 1O mttsHs*
•*•• from depot. Residence. M large roocia; raodaav
pl'imbingr: large laundry w-.tn range, r»-" r-iT heat.
■ telephone, etc.; stable, greer.houae. Icehouse ifiiled). aew
b«rn for stork, etc. l^l> f;. pULisas. Situated on high
giound. coma;and:ng an extensive and beautiful rtrer »tew
for miles. Less than 10 minutes' drive to golT links. ris)
session at any tlrr.e. Will mcc: parties at ScarbcraagS
Station wlta carriage on notice.
ABRAn HYATT & CO.,
303 Fifth Aye.. New York (Seytßow Bdg.. Cor. «3i •».).
SEVEN ACRES AT SAHOS POINT.
F".n« brl.-k house, stable; old tr»e»- h:irh sT"otmd- rtiuaa
rraphs. c. J. SAXDS, 130 BroaUwiy, "^. T
HACKENSACK—LARGE MA.XSIO.V,
12 rooms, ai! impruvem-nts. ti.J>*>. onJy 51.500 down.
Fruit in abur.dan c. WILLUM K. TAttiOß. No. 123
Liberty S'reet. New Tork City.
\ T SOVEHTUXX. X. J.— Or.e hour our. CR-R.eS
-TX v J.; fine rvsi!»r.c»: all improvements: 3 minutes*
wa!ic fr^m >±rp<.t: plcr.tv- fruit and aha .- Ar»!j to
CARMER. LOOMIS A CO.. Somervtlie. X. J.
FOR SALE. — Eighteen desirable lots, U-ca.t-4 between
i Ynr.kers and Mount Yeraon, in rot^me Blots - o suit.
Has. watfr. Address OWXEFt, 02 E^st 1«:!»-It.. City.
We offer aa onustiany ax—
01 ENTI^EMAX'6 tractive cuustrj' placo ea
1 COrNTRY SEAT. L. ng I-land Sound. c»ar
Kje. X. T.. eonsisttnc of
about twenty-five acres, situated oa a point, thus yiTte*
a water fcxnt oa three skies; house, carriage touse. bara.
jummer hnu-e. barfjioune. 4c. i,~. ■ well shaded, - as*
order: an ideal place ta every renaect and as a. meat
rta*ocatle price.
For particulars address
chas. n. EAsmx * cat,
__ l!'i Weat 420-«b
IX XEW-IiAVEX. rOXX..
A r*ESIRAIiL£ BUSINESS PnoPERTT"
«nown as the "J.jhasoa Estate." situated on ■^aaaa
s:.. next door >int one to the .N*w-Haven House, eppov.te
the Urven: *. few st?j>e from the college campus; frontace
atiout 7S feet, depth tin larse part) 2JO feet: tae buUdJae*
contain at^res ao.l apartment* aU let to Mar next. For
term*, apply to B. L. LAMPERT. ReaJ Ea^te Ax«nt. Ml
Cfcapel-st.. Xew-Uavea. Coon.
— — — ___
E: -FARM at Gbent. | T. : T-ry
-i stratde property, pontaininc I*> arr»«. about t acre.
wood; spucious faimhcuse and other tuildinirs; >»M first
<"'•*•• 'n good cultivation: ample awpp t of pure water;
within three minutes of Tillage. postaCce. •xpreaa c2c«.
jrade.' school. Refrrmed sad Lutheran churdsea and r»o
railroad depots en lines of N. T. A Hariect md '"*»»-'■»
* Hudson Braach of B<:ston * Albany railrcads: alao
withla IVi mUes cf milk ztarton: also 2 surr f^is* bouse
with lot. in Ghent vlliaae; house la goud repair; fruit aa«
jro water sqpplv. To be disposed cf at aucttoa. «
Ghent Depot, on March S. nx*>. a: 11 a. q>- .Terras. 3
per cent on day of Mile, balance on dsilvery of deed; ■♦
eeaslon April 1. |1k«». For rirther particulars arply to
E- D. C. TR.\CT or CHART; J« TRACT. Executors. Ghent.
X. Y.
T7»XGUTWOOD— HIGirWOOD— TE^AFt.Tt— HaaM Mr
±a Bale ar.cJ tA let. best lo^atlors; land for bvtl&ec
Charmir.K old s».. 3 « Uanainn with ' lo»-ly f niala to»
a«le ai :■">-• than half value — ,-r-at barcaia. Obtuse
with »t»h!« for sale *4.S(H>. ~ ■
H. WKATHERBV * CO.. 271 Broadway. K. T.
"TV3R 3AIJE OR EXrilAXau, f.ir »oo<J East-rn pn»-
J- ertjr; can>!.<K>ir>e new house: oompletelr f-ir-i»n»4;
built tw> >-.ir< it' Heat. Ugnt and cookm* hy caa.
wit.'-, nine arres unUer full cultivation: araaajea. pruaea,
C ST», aimaniia. e<c. Fine new burn ana arnraata' feouaa^
At U Cresorata. « mile* fr .m P-asaJenal IX mi:ea tram
Uoa Ang«i-» liiyh around, ovrrlooktac t.'lp Pa-jrt: • »-««n.
S3 "Wi" away. Hixhly nißi*«>!«d (or (*nrn* suSerta<
with bronchtaL thro*t or ttm< --rathta*. PUot and f«a
dearrtpUon ftjral3he«l on application to owner. ' RAT
CLJFFE HIt.TCB. Hicks luIMHBJ, T3 Warrea St.. JT. T
rPO LETT. — I^nra Klburhfta r»»l!eno. un^rnl»h<-l. 1»-
X cat*4 betw—n Tankers ac 1 M unt V«rncn; svmMbb,
•hady BToun-ta. atabie. -iiv eaav«MMfie«s. aMS* axcesa;
a/irden: auttabla Laxfa pn«%ta family or bov4ers« k&
draaa OWNER. 92 East l*ta et.. e«j.
APPLY TO
StPERtYTENOEXT
ON P«£V»IS£S.
GUNN & GRAIfT.
BULDOZS
AND
OWNERS.

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