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Anttion Sales of Real (Estate.
SPECIAL AUCTION SALE
SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 2:30 P. M.,
on premises,
SEA GATE, NEW YORK HARBOR.
. WILLIAM P. RAE COMPANY, Auctioneers.
This restricted ocean Resident Park situate on a peninsula hounded by the ocean on one
side, the lower New York Bay, the Narrows and Gravesend Bay on the other.
Every modern improvement introduced and now fully complete ; macadamized roads,
pUlitary sewer age system, water, gas and electric lighting. Broad and tine hard beach, select
colony";c olony"; private hourly boat service from SEA GATE to NEW YORK.
This special opportunity of securing lots or plots by auction is offered by order of the Norton
Point Land Company. Full information, booklets, etc, can be secured at "office of auctioneers.
WILLIAM P. RAE CO., 203 Montague St, Brooklyn, N.Y.
UPTOWN SHOPPIXG CENTRE
rnntlnned from erve-ntli ;.:i« • .
CARPETS AND FLOOR CLOTHS.
The magnificent store and salesroom of Croft
.^Brothers, dealers In carpets and all varieties of
jfioor coverings, One-hundred-and-fwenty-fifth-st.,
near Madlson-ave., Is one of the most striking: In
•ibis street of handsome storea.
' The business was established In 1874 at the corner
«of One-hundred-and-elghteenth-st. and Thlrd-ave.,
land there It flourished for tw my years, till in I£S*
• «he houpe determined to rharige their location to
One-hundred-and-twenty-flfth-st.
• Not only Is this the oldest carpet house In Har
lem, but It has an enviable reputation of honestly
'living up to its motto of selling "only reliable goods
:_t lowest prices." Every article boM '.a strictly aa
'■. represented.
FURNITURE OF THE best, prices low.
". Luawlg Baun^ann & Co. have now on display at
their Harlem establishment, N«*.' 144 and 146 West
. One-hundred-and-twenty-_fth^Ht;f an elegant and
«xten_ve assortment of high cla«s furniture, rep
i. resenting- the latest output of the foremost manu-
I Xacturers. The commodious salesrooms are stocked
with the most desirable Ftandard goods on the
.market, as well as the best novelties, also many
HJUMW BAT-MAN & CO.'S LATEST STORE.
Occupying entire building: In "West One-hundred
and-twenty-flfth-st.
extremely odd designs of the firm's original mod
elling.
Bummer specialities are now prominent In the
•tore, and the display la complete and compre
hensive. Villa cults In reed, upholstered In art
fabrics or exquisite coloring; odd divans, rockers
and arm chairs, dainty t*a tables, all of artistic
design ana well mad« and finished, are the popular
«oods of the moment. The regular stock includes
every requisite for high class furnishing In euch
variety that selection la easy.
*J™?t? or sulls * bedroom, library and dining room
furnishings may be had excellent values -superior
fw -h lhe lowest prices quoted In Harlem or
FrSE MILLIXERY PARLORS.
The enterprise of M. E. Toye Is shown In the ex
quisite millinery parlors. Nos. 22 and 34 West One
hundred-anfl-twenty-flfth-st. They are tastefully
decorated in pale jrreen and ellver. Here the fas
tidious customer can select a choice Paris bat or
one of domestic make; also a great vartstv nf i™
ported French flowers and mlT'rtal Jrom which
the xno« <lalr.ty creation* of millinery Sn.r?™,.
elble. Patrons of -.-.:, establlßhmect are from 1 the
best families of Greater New-York
WATCHES, DIAMONDS AXD JEWELRY
Established in business In 1874, Andrew P. Na_.
>jeng. dealer In diamonds, watches, clocks and Jew-
Wry. has always maintained his commercial stand
£**,. F i-, mm £ Ji & Yti !} T %£ etore was In Hleeckcr et.
to the Mnth Ward. Three yearn hjro he opened his
iresent .tore at No. 2C3 West On^-hundred-atid
r-enty-flfib-st.. between Seventh and Eighth ayes
%nlch can be identifled by the clock on tho 8U1&I
fjrailc.
MY KINGDOM FOR A HORSE.
The Eureka Stable Co., No. H to 70 East One
bundred-and-twenty-flfth-st., telephone ■, Harlem,
tinder the new management of H. i; ];. .•. presi
dent, and G. It. Stevens, secretary, has added to
th* stable a eales department, with a fine selection
-erf l/usiines« and car;latf« horses. Sales are made
Anriion Sales or deal Gretatc.
with a guarantee co broad that dissatisfaction Is
impossible. Mr. Rider's experience In the horae
business pr.ables him to glv<* his customers the very
best value for their money.
Boarding hnrses also receive special attention,
and those desiring to hire landaus, broughams, vic
torias and hansoms can bo accommodated at all
hours.
CHOICE REAL ESTATE.
F. A. Black. No. 121 (formerly 109) West On«
hundred-and-twenty-fifth-st.—Telephone No. 879,
Harlem — has desirable properties on sale or to rent.
Apartments 810 to $100 per month.
THE WEEK IN REALTY.
AUCTION BRANCH OF MARKET DISAP
POINTING—BURDENS ON PROP
ERTY OWNERS.
The real estate market of last week, which gave,
promise of spirited bidding In the auction rooms,
did not come up to expectations. Several valuable
parcels offered for Bale under the hammer were
withdrawn, and those finally knocked down to pur
chasers went at moderate flg-uros. The biggest
surprise came In the failure of the high class prop
erties offered by George R. Read on Tuesday,
which belonged to the. estate of the late Eugene.
CVSullivan, to attract purchasers. Although the
auction room was crowded with prospective buy
ers, most of them were bargain hunters, and the
general market suffered leas by having all the par
cels withdrawn, with one exception, than by let
ting them go at prices far below their appraised
values. The on* sold was No. 87 Beaver-st.. 2%x
_.B%x2_c_..E%. This was bought by Herbert A.
Sherman, the representative of "William F. Have
meyer, for $34,600. Mr. Havemeyer owns the ad
joining property, which runs back to Wall-st. The
parcels withdrawn were Nos. 21, 23, 25 and 27 Odar
st.. Nos. 1«. 150 and 152 Pearl-«t.. Nos. 79, El. S3 and
hi Wall-st., No. 8 Cedar-st. and No. 92 I'earl-st.
The property at Nor. 1,458 and 1.400 Broadway,
part of the estates of the late Duncan C. and
Walden Pell, offered on Wednesday at auction, met
with little success, though the price, $211,000, paid
by Ottlnper Brothers, wan low, and $50,000 l"al "a than
the bid of John Heltmsn, to whom the property
was sold on April 17. Mr. Ifeltman never made
any payment on the transaction. Tills plot, 58 feet
front on the east Bide of Broadway, Is between tho
St. Cloud Hotel, at Forty-second-et., and the Cri
terion Hotel, at Korty-flrst-st. The now owners
have, announced no plans In th» way of developing
this parcel, and It in understood that they pur
chased It for speculation. Another evidence of the
lrresporjsfble bidding by a certain class of people
•who frequent th© auction rooms followed th« one
already noted, at Thursday's auction. Ton dwell
ing honßes on the west pldfs of Convent-aye.. be
tween One-hundre<J-and-forty-flrst and One-hun
dred-and-forty-eectmd sts., on a plot 200x100, wer«
finally sold to Samuel Rouse at $31,000 less than
the accepted bid of the person to ■whom the prop
erty was originally sold.
As has been the cane for the laet f>w weeks, the
Bast Side residential section continued to report
Its share of Bales. In spite of th* general Inactivity.
John N. Goldlng sold for Francisco A. De Roda a
four story brownstone dwelling- house, on a plot
*hci3) feet, in Flf.th-av*>.. between Slxty-sl_th and
Sixty-seventh Bts. He also sold for Simon Bory
No. 4 East Slxty-elKThth-Bt.. a private dwelling
house. 2_cl»> feet. Extensive alterations will be
made on both properties). The prica paid for the
Fifth-aye. piece was given as about $500,000. At
this figure the parcel, being an Inside plot, Bold
for nearly as much a front foot as arm* obtained a
few days a*-> for a Fifth-aye. corner in the Fifties.
In this same Kast Side section Pease & KUiman
sold for I>r. A. F. Wlnkel No. 679 Madlson-ave.,
between Sixty-flrst and Slxty-sncond st»., and H
W. C-inde« sold the last one of his row of new
American basement hounds at the, southeast corner
of. Park-ore, and EHxty-flfth-st.
Many real estate brokers, who as a rule are
constitutionally a m<#t hopeful and optimistic
class of men. were discussing' the cause* of the
present Inactivity last week. Several of them ex
plained It by referring- to the tremendous burdens
which real estate la compelled to carry in this city
In tho way of taxes, assi.-Hsments, etc. Last year
lx>th the tax rate and the assessed valuations were
raised to such figures that the taxes paid by many
owners ■were almost double those of previous yearn
Then came the Mortgage Tax bill at tho last eea
eton of the legislature, which came no dangrerousi
ly near Retting- on the statute books that real
efltate men were compelled to spend a prfftt deal
of time in Albany presenting arguments to chow
that New-York City real estate owners already
pay more than their Just Bhare of taxation. And
now comes the Fire Department, whose officers
have been serving: notice on the owners of
new fireproof buildlnprs and old ramshackle
structures alike to e<iutp their property with
a special tiro alarm box. for the furnishing of
which two companies In this city appear to havo
p. monopoly. Furthermore, me owners must rent
these superior lire boxes. Those f finished by the
Pearc* concern are not for sale. They cannot be
bought. Real estate ajrents were saying last week
that If the Board of Health, the Department of
Building and the Fire Department continued at
the?r present active puce to discover all sorts and
kinds of violations, alli-fred and actual. In bulldlnirs
It would be necessary for Tammany Hall to double
the force of employes In these departments. In
order to keep up with the work.
THE RECORD OF SALES.
It was reported yesterday that No. 22 East
Twenty-first-st, consisting of an old five story
dwelling: house, which has been altered Into a
business house, was sold to an Investor. The
owner of record Is the estate of Nathan Thomson,
and the price Is said to have been about $45,000.
The piece adjoins the Continental Hotel and the
holdings in Twentieth and Twenty-first sts. and in
Broadway of the Better estate.
The following properties are reported sold: The
six story building. 25x114. No. 31 Bond-st.. and the
lot on the east side of St. Nicholas Place, 60 feet
south of One-hundred-and-flftleth-st,
It Is reported that A. Zimmerman. has Durchaaed
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SUNDAY. JUNE 10. 1900.
Auction Sales of Heal (Estate.
Auction Sale,
JUNE 12, 1900.
■Will be aoH at Auction by on3~r of the Supreme Court,
under the direction of Austin B. Fletcher, Esq.. Receiver
on Depot Pquare, at White Plain*. N. V.. on. Tuesday,
June 12. Uk<o. at ll:»> a. m , the
Lumber and Coal Yards
at White Plains, N. V.,
formerly ov ßed by the
John W. Young & Sons Co.
OFFICE AND STORAGE Bril,niNO. EI_:VATO_,
33.000 HU. OA-PACTTT, PI_.N'ING MILL
AND WOOD WORKER,
r.eariy new, ample Coal anl Lumber Sheds, abundant
IVt<i:aß«. Wnfi/U and Track Scales, located on two aides
of the Square at the Elation.
Will be offered In parcels and aa a whole.
Pale abaolute dji 1 without r»«orve.
For np.apa giving full ptirtlcuJara. terma of sale. e<a,
apply to
AUSTIN' B. FLKTCHEiR. RerelTer,
82 Liberty Street. S»vr York City.
Or W. B. TIBBITS. Auctioneer.
1 • . \\ hit* }'lu:na. S. V.
JAMES L. WELLS, Auctioneer.
Fo»!llv» Auction Bale at HI Nrr*i/!w»y.
N. T. Real Estate Salesroom.
TUESDAY, JIM: 12, ROOM.
under direction of <>e.ir(te W. Van Hlyck. Attom«r.
78 CHOICE LOTS,
owned by the late Auru/'ni K<-.i;r-.ts«, c»
ateabljr situated oa
JEROME AYE.,
TREIIONT AYE. 178 TH ST.
BL'RiNSIDE AYE.,
WAX/TON, MORRIS AND ITRIWTOM A\"E3..
ItHOXX. NEW y«»rk <"ITY.
Thews lot» are
ADJACENT TO i: TROLLEY 1.1.M15.
oonr.»>ctlT'.(f with all
RAJPIIJ TRANSIT STATIONS.
Avenueii and Btre«t» H*w«tb<l.
Terms liberal. Title Guaranteed free of coat to each.
purchaser. Call or »en.l for mspii. OEORGB W. VAN
tiLYCK, Attorney, 120 liroadway.
JAMES I*. ■\\TILLH. Auctioneer. 141 Broadway.
RICHARD v. HARNETT & CO., Aucfrs,
WILL SELL AT AUCTION
WEDNESDAY, JUHBJ 2T,
At 12 o'clock noon, at th* New York Real Estats Rales
room. 111 IJroadway,
TRUSTEE'S 5A1.15.
155 LOTS
BrTTATK ON JJOULBVAKD LAJTAYTCTTB. FORT
WAHHINOTON AVCVUE. A-NI» UROADWAT.
and divided into 7 Villa Plo»» aDd 2 nlncle lot*
TITLE GUARANTIi_TD \ry the lawyers' Tit& lomiranoo
Co free of chana to purchaser.
PkVi PER CEST. nuiy remain on mortpMr* at 44
ANDERSON _ AKDBRBON, E^q»., Attorneys, 80
« all St.
Maps at Auctioneers'. Tl and 73 _tb«rty St.
tho five story flathouse, 25x85x100, No. 68 "West One
hundred-nnrt-nlnth-st.
No. 34 LexliiKton-avo. has been sold. It la a throe,
etory dwolllnjj house, on lot l'.t.9x7S, near Twenty
sevfnth-st.
Albert Miller has Bold for T. Purr and O. Gall to
Clementina rod beck the five story doul>l« tnno
me>nt housn, s^x7B, No. 1,020 Avenue A.
Warron & Sklltln, In. conjunction with Alfred
Kuhlke. have sold for Ounn & Grant th« four
atory dwelling houno No. 31 West Nlnety-flrst-Bt.
for about 126,000.
K.latzl & Sto»»lknr have sold for Jlrs. Gortrud« L.
3. Bills th« live Ktory brick and stone flathouso No
87 East Eighty-flfth-st. on private, terms, and for 8.
Laderer a plot, 95x100, on tho northwest corner of
One-hundred-and-seventy-seeond-st. and Tentli-avti.
on private terms.
Alexander Wilson has sold for a Mrs. Shea the
three story and basement dwelling 1 house No 244
West Korty-elghth-Bt.
8. Laderer has «old ths plot at the northwest
corner of 1-Jlnventh-avo. and One-hundred-and-eev
enty-Becond-st., 85x100.
Watklna Brothers have nold No. 14 Jumel Terrace
a three story private dwelling: houee.
Meyer Solomon and H. Epstein have sold the five
Btory flathousa. 27x73. No. 1,797 L*oclnffton-ave the
purchaser K'vlnfi: In exchange the four story tene
ment house, 25x8S, No. 2<J2 East One-hundred-and
ei«hth-st.
Ellas Kempner has Hold to Ferdinand Kunzman
the plot on the west side of ]y»nox-ave. 27 feet north
of One-hundred-and-flfteenth-st.. 73x100x100x13
Ferdinand Kunzman has sold No. 302 West One
hundred-and-nlneteenth-st., a five story flathouse
lot 20x100. " '
Hall J. How & Co. have leased for Michael Mc-
Cormack to the Colonial Bank for ten years the
store at the northwest corner of St. Nicholas-aye
and One-hundrcd-and-slxteenth-st.
The following are the comparative tables of the.
conveyances, mortgages and projected buildings for
the corresponding weeks of 1900 and 1899 as com
piled by "The Record and Guide":
MANHATTAN AND THE BRONX,
CONVEYANCES.
1800. 1999
June Ito 7. June 2to 8,
_ ■ Inclusive. Inclusive
Total number for Manhattan 288 v - msl 077
Amount Involved »2.045,423 $0,240 «40
Number nominal ic<) i«-i
Total number. Manhattan, Janu
ary 1 to date 3,19.% 5 530
Total amount. Manhattan. Jit— v- '^^
_ «"•>' >to <-t«- $57,112,158 $78,504,033
Total number for The 8r0nx.... 124 i« u
Amount involved $206, M .. 1300 077
dumber nominal 73 ' (55
Tot*l number, The Bronx. Janu
ary 1 to date 2.119 220s
Ttotal amount. The Bronx, Janu
ary Ito date $5,431,064 J6.810.W8
Total number, Manhattan and
The IJronx. January 1 to date. 7,814 7.800
Total amount, Manhattan and
The Bronx. January Ito data. $"52,543,022 $80,315,501
MORTGAGES.
Total number 30« • 637
Amount involved $5.608,9<;i $0.84«.331
dumber over 5 per cent 139 254
Amount Involved $1,402,014 $i>.«ia.KSl
umber at 5 per cent ■ 124. . 223
Amount Involved _.-.... $1,110,097 $2,845,673
Bnfnrnish.ca Apartments tZo £et.
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■ "THE __i^_:_e_!X_i__F_.<3SE!," §
■N. W. Cor. Central Park West and 108 th St. ■
■ AM APARTMENT HOUSE ESPECIALLY CONDUCTED FOR REFINED AND IVCLLSIVE FAMILIES. jj
H Suites of 7 and 8 large and light rooms, superior in their arrangement, de?lsn and finish 10 anything on I
■ Central Park. Ijong distance telephone In each apartment; abundant closet room, special dressing rooms with ■
JJJ French plate mirrored doom, Hied bathrooms with the nneat sanitary plumbing; laundry and steam dryers In g
hb basement; alno roof <lrylnr facilities; refriK'-ratlng riant; U. S. letter chutes; servants' toilets; patent air- ■>
■ tight garbasa closets; complete electrical equipment, Handsome entrance hall and reception room. Magnificent ™
■■ view of the park. . * "
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The HAROLD COURT """"""" |
and The BRITTANY, :
Northwest Corner 102 d Street and Broadway, . ♦
(Adjoining private houaen on HUM St.) I
MAGNIFICENT NEW HIGH-CLASS APARTMENTS, X
In eiiltos of 6. 7 and * inrse. light rooms, with every modern Improvement; handsome and tasteful dec- ,»
oration. fine hardwocl cabinet trim hardwood an! parquette floors. *
Skilfully planned. Telephone In each apartment. Large closfts: Wed bathrooms. Superb entrance
halls. U. S. mall chutes, elevatore and complete electrical • , meat, etc., etc Z_
RENTS $900 TO $1,200 A YEAR. I
LIBERAL CONCESSION TO PARTIES LEASING NOW. INQUIRE ON PREMISES OR ♦
BRANDT & KIRBY, Agents, Cor. 104 th St. and Broadway. >
?<>r.'l for booklet containing pictures, Roor-plani and d*« crtptlon. +
Citij Propcrtn for Galr.
J A.^Mc rxiicicr)
Fire Proof Residences,
NOVEL IX DESVCX AM) CONSTRUCTION.
Now telnir computed on Wm lOOtl Street (North Bide), between Weat El i Aye and Rivers!.'* Drive For ssteea
and jpsrtlcftilara apply to 11. ■>;. WEED, Bu ler .-.:.! Owner -.'v, :: ■. ulway, cor i>7th St" '
The nelKhb<«-hoo.l of tlieso houses U t.'ie choicest on the Upper Weal Side, Inspection of construction corfllaUT
Invited.
Pirn* iliA exteriors are a radical sjnd artistic departure from existing American rtase.m<-nt type*.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
DOWN TOWN*.
RULAND & WHITING,
'• Ileokmnn St.
Ss( iA A PnR WEEK TOT/ COSI7.— A model hou»«|
V"-""' rnaettnr every requirement for refined people;
fplendifl n»-ljrhborhot>d; In the ..:t>. vriih all oonvenlenoee,
but nbov« all, LOW IN' PRICE an.) offered on Tf^ll.\t-i i
WHIOH Wll^li INTEREST XOV, <>«itln|r to carry less
than r«nt. These are new; 8 to 10 raajkAS>; gas. elootrlclty.
ninnlriK w&ti-r; only 30 mlnufn from Manhattan business
rer.tre. Th«y a.rt> out of the common aJia worthy of your
consideration. Writ" for particulars to 1. P. < > ll«>t
2.073, New- York.
<>•> CASH, $3 monthly, lota tSDO eai-h. Jerome or Cerv
i*** tnl a>e , near St. Joseph's nemlnary, th» futur«
Broadway of Xew>-York City: otheni $ln<>. few lots left;
buy wher" the Astern buy; these lon/ will be worth $11..'-. ■>
In five years: ;mv person Influencs'liaj «ale will be i>alil
20 per cent c«jmiiil»«!on. or will b« (riven one lot fre» for
every 3 lota sold l:*r»i« excursion tt> .my and every- Pat
unlay and Bun.Jay from '■.t.ii*' Central Depot. H«.rl«ni
Division. 2 O* Slock: hsU ticket acent for Mr LJVWRENCK.
Ounther Park Co.. f.o West ;!3d-«t.
1
Si*>l A,AA— HIG I'A.r:<;\lV. story modem brown
•??•■-'IiW" pt..i.~ dwelltni on West End aye., below
lifith ntr«.et. OWNBR, »>.'> Liberty. Room 703.
MORTO-AGH LOAN'S oxr.lusl'. .My. Application, so
licited. Money at 4. 4H. B ;>er cent. BL'RLOCK &
SON. l"l Una iv.-:.y ___________^^__
.-.
Number at Wua than 6 per cent . 108 IBS
Amount Involved - $3.153,1i50 ?1.3.'M,01>2
Number above to banks trust
had Insurance companies 81 103
Amount Involved , $2,f>2o,or><> $4,520,MJ0
T«t&l number, Manhattan. Janu-i
«j-y 1 to date. , 6,421 f1,421
Total amount, M.uihattan. Juiui r
B.ry 1 to date (.sm.27tf,ar>S J210.703.112
Total number. Hie Uronr, Jantw
axy 1 to data 2.087 2.77.1
Total amount, The Bronx, Jan»i
try :to date „. $12,«07.tt24 $I«,6SB.<M'S
Total number. Manhattan aj^d
Tho Bronx. January 1 to dat*j. . 7. .108 0,19'J
Total amount. Manhattan nld
The Bronx, January 1 to dati». $i4».ns3.s:t2 $227,201,187
PROIECTHD l(tnU>ZN<3B.
T<itul number new buildings., v.. as 59
Total amount L.. J1.800.305 ?1.R07.10-i
Tota.l amount aiteratlona 1. .. $n5. 71 7 t2ft7,9Sl
Total number new buildings:
Manhattan. January 1 to ite. 440 1,301
Tiio Bronx, January 1 to <i/u». SIS 1.010
Manhutliui-Bronx. January I to
date 1 522 2.311
Total amount new buildings:.
Manhattan, January 1 to <7:»te. $23.SW.StV) $■(!>. CHIR.S2 4
The Bronx. January 1 t.> *iate. 3.334.580 i0.5-ia.B4S
Manhattan-Bronx. January 1 to
date 27,210,440 F>!>.647.672
Total amount alterations:
aianhattanr-Hronx, .lanuai'r 1 to
dat» 2.854.401 3,208.232
.
REAL ESTAIIB TRANSFERS.
73d-st. No 223 to 2:» Ka^it. 173x102.2; E Ellery
Anderson to 1" II Dre33«l |122ROi')
Gouverneur-st. No 28, c, s. S8.11X88.S; David
Fni(r«is<^hn to Julia J Cherry. R s |tl; mort
nSth-st, 128.000 ft w -It Park'-av*>i [ " ii'iiiffiVVix !
llSth-st, 1 a, .'."■ rt rt w >f Park-avet T4.flMß.(ni
Irregular; I>avls Karj' to Madison Q Hawks,
It 8, $7; rn.irtHaß.'. $3H.)In.K) 1
Delancey-st. es. 33. 4 ft w of Cannon-Bt, 33.5 x
75; Pepl Wertheim to, L*o Werthelm. R S,
tl 50; niortKag". $37.01>» f><>>
Brooms- st, No l»7. s s, 23x73; Max Uechter to
Ernst Schmidt and on tu-r. % part. H H. $1... i
lat-ave. c n. DO.B ft n i>f tUst-st. t(i<>xt»4; Wolf
Rels to Morris Rrust, 1! S. tit; mort|a«e, 188,000 l
102d-st. - s, 100 ft w of lel~avi>, 100x100 ii. Mar
garet Uanlv to Jamea V (JaJily, It d. fti; mort
gage, £22,000 , i
Convent- c. s. ll».l|,ft n of 14«th<«t. 10x50;
Mar .ha A Lynch to Til C F Koch & Co. X S.
non«; mortgage. fluj<jof> i
3— snox-ave. ■ c corner ll«th-«t. 100.11x45; Her
mann Strauss and an(>ther to Paul Mayer. R S.
*l«f> 100
RECORDED MORTGAGES.
Mayer, Paul, to UUla ,Tt LJllentbal. HOth-st, s c
corner Umx-uvs. 4. fxl<io. ll. 5 yearn fso.ooo
Dresuel. Frederick H. jo B cilery Anderson, 73d
st. No 2i3 to 235 But, 2 years 3 750
Same to same, as con iml t tee, 73il «t, n a. 310 ft •
« of 3d-*ve, due No tember 2». 1003. ..-..- 12,000
Unfnrnishe& Apartments Xo Cct.

Engagements now 9
made for ii c wo g
of the S
Choicest Corner ■
Apartments g
in the house. ■
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Rents from |
Sf.IOO to $1,500. -

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E. S. WING, Agt, ■
on premises. «
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Citrt Propcrtn Gnlc.
To Investors, Brewers, Builders, Manu
facturers, who desire large ground space
ha New-York City,
centrally located, that will doubte la value.
425 fret front on Fiist 13".'J-«L. by
188 fe.»t <!<"*p. corner of Cypres»-avo.. equal
t" ■>'■•. city 1 ■ •». for sale now for
»•"■•" "'. W per cent cash i? 11.323 00>;
baJanco on I m time at 4 per cent.
No such da*p lots to b« hn.l la Naw>-York In such
a c»ntr»— with «ood foundation — at any price Vn
■urp*s»ti] shipping facilities. Call on or addreu
the owner* 1. H. & F. ■> PAY. 47 Leonard-st.
New-Ynrk.
V CHOICE PLOT. 00.6x100. on Om.-al Pork Wast:
*. V, plan* fUad for seven stnrv apartment house- bulldlnir
•ractad 10 m ■• » I tier of beams; title clear: no violations
no liana; bull. l-*-* loan can 1- arrtins<M- win aell cheaD
fcr cash; commission to broken ' M
J. H. Wi1.1.U.. i; 1. 4.t0 \W»t 163d-st.
rnwo CHOICE private house lots for Mia on We* 162.1-
J. M Waahlnet.vn Heights; highest point on Manhattan
[•land; restricted: extra wide street; location unsurpassed
buUder'a loan can be arranged for responsible party com
mission to broker*. J. tl. WELLWuOp. *:il» \V. MM at
nTH AVr. Iloulovard. Junction five prominent avenues
__I. and rapid transit station; 14 lots will be sold cheap
: or exchanKejrfor torn, or free an,l clear country place.
DA N ILL 1- KHKJiMAX. Owner. 200 Broadway. '
]() PKR CENT INVESTMENT.— An elegant aj,, 1
_AJ corner having four stores, fully rented; 110.000 cash
nereaaani I'i.h:her, W.I Lexlnßton-av*.
i nrniGf)c& tjotises (To (Jet.
rpo RENT foi 3 month-, or lon*<r. beautiful lain I]
.1. home, between Boulevard m.l West Bod km en
IWth-Ht. • 1 m price to desirable parties.
HOME. Beg «>. Tribune Offlce.
(to Cct .for Onoineos Purposes.
VUP.OK, lUrht loft. Mx7S. windows on nil sides
rent $«<>. 361 Otli uv.. or POCHER, BM Lexington ay.
A DVERTISBMENTS and aobaeftptlQM for The Tribune
— _, received nt their Uptown i>!n-c No. 1.242 Broadway,
-•! door north of 31st-m.. until :t o'clock p. m. ; advertise
ments received at the following branch offices at regular
office rates until 8 o'clock p. m.. viz.: 254 Sth-uve.. » c.
cor. 23d-st. : IBS aw. cor. ll'th-st.: Mary's, tlth-ave.
and 14th-st. ; 143 Columbus-aye.. near West Mtb-at.; 10«
-st 42d-st.. near Gth-ave. ; 92 Baal 14th-st. : 237 West
IXd . •.. bet ween 7th and Sth avee.; 1M East 47th-st. :
lirnst. Robert, to Joseph Bach & Sons. Ort-Hnwlch-
Kt. Noa '>:> .111 i 811; "th-ave. 8 • corner 133d-st.
and No 300 Weal ISSd »t, demand 2,000
Rnth. Samuel J. and Rachel Hoffman to David
Ascheim. BMb st, n a, 50 ft aj of Turk ate, I
month 4,.VK>
Schmidt, Ernst, and wtfa to th« George Kechtel
Brewing Cojnpany, No l>7 Breoma demand.. 4.000
Morrow, Mary E. to David 1.. Durra, trustee. 30th
st. a b, -•'•'•'< ft ■ of IHh-ttve, dem-uid 1.000 I
Klinkcr. Adelhelt C. and Cbrtatopher II Stein- !
kamp. eX*cutOi*S, etc to American Surety Com
pany of New- York, 2d-ave. ■ w corner BBd at,
aecurei undertaking: on appeal 8.450
Kaip. Davis, to Bdward Herrmann, trustee. llStti
st. a a, 55.6 ft « of Partt-»ve, demand . . 6,»X10
Burford, Elisabeth, to akih-m X .Miliixin. Ail.uni
Place, a « corner l?Ci.l at, 3 years 3,500
Vlßna, lU»lna. to X Hotline Wood; 141 st at. n ■.
3!>S ft a of UrotuHvay. 3 months 730
Weibel. Dorothea, to Albert J Sauter and another.
executors, etc. lS'.ith-st. » a. 03 ft •• of "th-ave.
a yean 20.000
Same to Sir la M Warner and another, committee,
etc. 130th-it. 1 1 ii- ; ft .- of It* are, 3 year*.. 20.000
l>e Kanuti n, AuKUst J. to H.innah lat ties, ldth
st. ? a, MS.I f> • of Sth-ave. 3 years 000
Wlllams, Alctha V. to AKiien X Mlllt^nn and an
other, administrators, etc, Jetferson-ave, .• s. 1 ft
s of » » lot No -"!. map Samuel Bjrei home
stead, runs c lik> ft to ltyer Hana. 2 years 2.000
NEW BUILDING PLANS.
11711. St. Nee ".» and l! Bast for two ftve story
stone and Brick dwelling houses. •27x1in>; I; L
Reed, No 1,123 Broadway, owner; L, C Slaurer,
No 112 Unviilwuy, archtect $40 000
Catinon-m. Noa 70 and 81. for 11 six story brick
t«nement bouse and store, 40x70.2; BalHass &
Wexler, No 2G4 Ilushwick-ave. Brooklyn, own
ers; Sasa & Smallhelaor. architects 000
Hnfnrnisl)c& Apartments ffa ttu
g^ The | Cur. !!6 th St
URANITE r, n : Pt
v ; Mormngsidc Park.
The healthiest, coolest and most convenient
location uptown; beautiful view of the Park.
New handsomely finished and decorated
Apartments of 0, / O rooms,
with every modern improvement and convenience
FOR LESS RENT
than any similar apartments in the city.
One superb Corner Suite of 1^ rooms, with
8 windows facing the Park- — two
baths-for $150.°°
A Comer Apartment of O rooms, with
Kitchen and Servants' Room in Basement,
for $100.°°
Electric elevator: electric light and tele
phone in each apartment; the best of mod
ern plumbing ; porcelain washtubs and
sinks; lavatory between bedrooms; china
closet in dining room ; handsome entrance
hall : first-class liveried service. Renta
$60 to $75.
E. S. WING, Agt.,
N. W. Cor. Central Park West and lOSth St.
■rangeley;
N. W. COR. 7TH AVI'. & l-.TTH ST.
Now Is your chance to secure high class, apt.; moderate
rental: all night elevator: ■■:-.- & gas light, _ all lat
est Improvements; appointments and services equal to mar
91,000 apt. In New-York; call * se-* for yourself; 5 rooms
_ bath. {35; G rooms 4 bath, $15. 35<k & J.". 5; one 6 room*
_ bath, ground floor, cor. for physician or dentist.
W. WALLACE DETRICK. M«T..
I.UO 7TH AYE.
THE HUDSON.
FIREPROOF APARTMENTS.
93TH ST. AND RIVERSIDE DRIVE,
5. 6 AND 7 ROOMS AND BATH.
Open nickel plumbing, tllol ttathg. steam heat and hot
water supply. electric Her:.-.- and cold storage Included la
r»nt ; elevator and hall service; all modern Improvements;
fine view of Hudson River and Palisades.
APPLY SUPERINTENDENT ON PREMISES.
BACHELORS
Inspect the 111 111 J." lilt West 45th St. Finest suites
In town. SBB •■ $."'> monthly. Hotel aenlce, r.ew build
ing, flreproof construction. Apply Superintendent on
premises, or
MAXWELL S. MANNES,
•to Fifth a-.-* . Near 42(1 si
140-144 W. 10.1TFI ST.
No ihafts; choice apta.: 4. 3. 7. ft a.-.: li> rooms and
bath; all Improvements: rents. •*-•" to $7.1.
i-Ai; ryrrvTs to real at Sherry's, an apartmest of
two large rooms an.l batl to rent, furnished or uo
rum'.-h^'.. Inquire at Sherry" a, 524 sth-avc.
A BARGAIN. — ?evea rooms ar.i hath corner apartment.
V. with every modem Unprovement; finest location on
\Va»hlr.irton Heights, rent NO lm) Convent-ava.. comer
MM -• A«ent, POCHER, if>s LeT!r.(ttoa-ave.
(lOR>TER HOUSE. — Elegant apartrr.er.s or 8 rooTna and
J bath; eti»am heat; h t water supply; rent $21; 2.474,
7'.h Aye.. comer 144 th St. Aj?ent. !"OeHER. r.f« Lexlas
ton Aye.
.fnriusf)cd Apartments «To Cct..
CARNEGIE HALL. STUDIO 1.300; north. -MH , f_—
:::?h»a. low rent; all conveniences. ?i;per".= :«ndent
HANDS<">MKLT furnlahed apartment to rent. Juts' 1 to
October 1; eight l.trK*>. ::<r.t rooms and hath. In new
apartment hou»«. Th« W!1.T.1.-.«ton. corn-sr &7th-at. and
-• .....■■ conveniences; elevator, electric
■fjht, gas. A.-, Apply «H» premises.
Mrs. LIVIXOSTON'.
Hours 11 a. in. to 1 p. m and 4 p. ta. to 10 p. m.
SECX)NT> FLOOR, 5 lore* rooms. Improvements; rent
J3>; with owner. 851 West I»th-9t. ■■-t--. i .7»-- 1
jlnstrncticrn.
For Boys aad Young Men — City.
BERKELEY sCHOOr. — T>RP< 1900.
433. 43.V 437 Madison Av-.
Twenty-first y«ar v.'.:. begin October I, 1900. Every
c!a»» ltmlte-1 to twelve beys. Early application win b»
ne»»sary fir admliislon to most grades, as well as to tie
Preparatory School.
J. CLARK READ. Registrar.
For Young Ladles —
LEARN' dre«srr.aklne an,! mUllnerr at McDowell School
310-31» 6ih-ave.
NETW-TORK. NKW-TORK.
The: PERBLEK AND Thompson SCHOOL.
-L BOARDING AND DAT SCHOOL FOR GIRLS.
SO. 32. 34 EAST 87TK STREET.
milE MISSES ELY'S SCHOOL.
-L RITBRSIDE] DRmi
i>3th aad Mia Streets. Xew -Tark.
For Both Se-Tes— City.
THE ETHK-AT. trcxarrm SCHOOLS.
KINDEROARTEN. ELEMENTARY •-• HIGH SCHOOL.
J. F. Kelsart. fupt.. liit> \V. 54th r"
Perclval Chubb. Prln. H!».-h Sche I 4s E. B>*th St.
milß BERIJTZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES
J. 1.122 BroaJway. New- York. 73 Court-st.. Brooklyn.
Summer School at A.- v - :n- I'ark. X. 3
PARIS EXPOSITION.
Visit the Berllt* School PavlUon. All welcome.
For Boys and Toun? Men — Country.
/""I RESnXWICH ACADEMY AND TTOM_ for TEN" BOYS
VT Thorough preparation foe college or bonnes* Puplla
carefully selected. J. H. ROOT. Prtn.. Greenwich. Coan.
For Young Ladles — City and Country.
"T^IXDEBOARTEN TR-\lNlNO.— Sprint: term classe*
XV now formlnK. (Free rcholarshlps limited). Special In
ducements this term. O_l early. Z. A. CL'TTEN*. Metro
politan Temple. 7th -aye. and 14th-st.
Miscellaneous.
Vt\ FLJ. paTABUSHKD .-Irv aches] wishes to add a
v. \_ limited tK->anlins department. Address at once C ISF"
It.. 1.242 ltroadway. '
Cca cljero.
DR. W. G. NOWEUU private tutor at pupils' -.c™, or
at "7 a 1M al Two pupils received In "family.
-nrXPERSDN-CED tutor, at liberty after Yale entrance
JUi 'examinations, wishes summer encasement. ROSS.
S3 Ea>*t 4»th— st.
/ J.EKMAX GOVERNESS desires portion for summer or
VI permanent: teaches ail branches except music- will
take full care of children; leaving present posltli<o after
three years' service, with grateful indorsement of em
ployer?. Address
GOVERNESS. P. 0 Pot 3.<X-.2. N'ew-Tork.
VEKVOCS, backward and feeble mmdM children tausht.
— > Specialist. Addreaa EXPERIENCED. Tribune Offlc*.
KBQBNTS*. .-.•ilocc .vk! 1 9 nirmiwanl ?-nt.-^
aminatlona Preparatloo bj experts. For circular
addresa W. W. SMITH, B \ .•>> „-■ 4j : St.
.i:i<i i ite ■,>:•::. il of New Tori ..
Vt.AN'TKD. — Lad) as companion and to coach youns
>» Btrl for college during vacation: vlaltinK teacher
until Aininl Ist for two children: Mveral teachers for
September vacancies. Miss DONOVAN'S EDUCATION
AGENCT, 3t> East 14th. * '
T'OUNO CIVIL ENGINEER, from Rome, wlshee to
1 teach Italian or drawing In exchange Ensllsh- 2
hours daily. Address I7BAU>I 417 W. 23d. New York.
School 'Agencies.
AMERICAN' AND FOREIGN' TEACHERS' AQENCT
*1 supplies Professors. Teachers. Tutors. Governes*«_
Ac. to ('..lleit^s. Schools and Families. Apply to
Mrs. M. J. YOUNG-FULTON*. 23 Union Square
MIRIAM COTRIERE-3 Teachers* Agency. 150 st> We
New-York; telephone .V.+ ISth-at.— I'olleges sehooli'
fanilli--« supplied; teachers placed: musical department. "
(-trnrsions.
J)EXTEirs Swimming Baths. \V. .:••; st. and
B. 31 st M.— department for ladlea exclusively at
K. 31st St. bath.
A nVEUTISBMEXTS and subscriptions for Th« Tribuao
£*- received at tholr Uptown Offlce. No. I 212 Broadway
".! door north of :tist «.. until v, o'clock p. m • adv^Use
mcnta received at the fallowing branch offices at regular
offlct rates until x o" clock P . m.. viz.: 234 Sth-av-™,. c.
cor. 23.i-st.; ',"■■, Cth-ave.. cor. lZth-st • ilacv'a Cth-^ive
and »ih-.t.: U2 Cblumbus-avV.. near Well e.ili-st T^lOd
-lIM-st.. near and Bth av^fisa Uth-st.- "I-
3d-ave.. between "nth and 77th sts.; 1..05 3.1-**^. near
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