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Brooklyn PrcrpiTtn fnr Gale.
2 AND 3 STORY HOUSES.
PRICES LOW, TKIIMS TO SUIT.
MPW J^Cwood Street, near natbuaii Ay.
■_.^3-^» tgO minutes from New York. Swell
MODERN ' ana square front, box stoop. Foyer
Kiwuuii'i Icr palocn parlors; up to ditto to the
CJTONF" »— iftllest detail; hard— ood trim,
,°,_ Jr. Vr* open ptamblngt. tiled bath rooma.
Ur.I'QFQ Same house In New York would
riwVJCargj^ eoet three to flve timfs what I
K«r "AO lam asking. Can be seen any day.
NtAn v." A. A. BROWN, owner, corner
nnAODCOT Flatbush Ay. and Midwood Ft. Open
PROSPECT l«vecln«e until »■ Sundays and Hol-
PARK. Send* for ILLUSTRATED BOOKLET.
* BARGAIN.—A 4 ft-Ty double flat, S3x7«xlOO. pr^-ato
J\. hailn am' all Improvements; havit.ps bank mor-.PMi 1
tor sale nil urn P. V. U.. Owaer. P<?S Oreene ava ITklyn.
Brookirm propcrtT] (To Cet.
NOW IS THE TIME
To set the t«st selection or houses to rent for Fall 00
cupancy. Do aat wait until you return fr<mi the coun
try and the best one* ara gone, but call at either of our
ofac*a, ar.d ye can convince you are have tho b»st r.ouses
In tha m_rket to stloct from. Apply
20 Court St. or 30-) Flatbush Aye.
Leonard Moody R. L Co.
Gtcatnbcals.
KOLEM ER!I(SD-^\K9DD IP(!DOE_¥©
VIA SOUND LINKS.
FALL. RIVER LINE
Far Fall River Boston, and all Beaters and Northern
points Ste_meri PKISCJLLA and I'l'Kl JAN. Orchestra
on t_c_. Leave I'ter i». N. B . foot of Warrtn St., *e.:c
flays and Sundays at C:00 P. M. Steamer from New York,
Bundays only, touches at Newport. On other days of the
week iTOvlSence Lin« Eaatward steamer etcps at Newport,
PROVIDENCE LINE
For Newport. Providence, Boston. North and East. Steam
ers PLYMOUTH and Pll/»RIM. Orchestra on each.
t>»aTe ncr 18. N. J:.. foot of Murray St., weak days only
at 6:00 P. M.. touching at Newport. K. I. (Monday morn
ings excepted). On Monday nurttiMfu Fall ltiver Line
Eleaoers touch at Newport. r
STONINGTON LINE
For Stonfncton, Narragansett Pier. Watch Hill. Boston and
Ea«t. .St^ni^rß MAINE and NEW HAMPSHIRE. Leave
Pier SO, N. H.. foot of Sprinr St., week days only at 6:00
j. M. Sunday n'.tcht W«irtward trips will be made from
July 8 to September 9 inclusive. Saturday night Westward
ips will be omitted during same period.
NORWICH LINE
For New I^n'ioa Watch Hill. Block Island, 'Worcester,
East "and North. Steamers CITY OK LOWELL and CITY
OF WORCESTER. Leave Pier 36, N. It., foot Boring St.,
week d»>B only ft 5:30 P. M. On Sundays from July 8 to
s»-r>t ember I* Inclusive. Sten.rc»T MAINE will leave New
London at 10:15 P. M. for New York.
NEW HAVEN LINE
For New Haver.. N«w Britain. sterMen. Hartford. S.-.ri-.j
tii ■* and the North. Prom Pier '-"•. K. H. Double service
week days Steamer RICHARD PECK learca New York
a tin 1' M • Steamer C 11. NORTH AM at 12:00 mid
righL " Sundays Bteamer RICHARD PECK leaves New
"York at • ; '' A M.- returnlntr leaves New Haven at 3:35
I. M A <jellg!.tfui Sunday trip.
mmm hjvei by bayught.
Patetlal Day Bteamere "Now York" and "Albany."
Fasu*- and finest river boats In the rid.
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
For th« Cataklil*. Albany. Saratrica. and all points Kaat,
North, ana West.
Leave Brooklyn, Full,:. 151 fby Annex), 8:f«) A. M.
Deabroeaes m Pier 8:40 "
W*«t 23d St. Pier !«;'«i "
ijirlinK at Yonkere. Went Point. Nfewburgh. I*-.ua;h
keepele. Kingston Point. Cataldll. Hudson, and Albany.
Through tickets on rale at leading* ticket offices Including;
these of the Mew York Transfer Ob., who check >.avtr»g'i
from resident* to destination.
OONCERTB MORNINGS _ AFTERNOONS,
JMUBAfSV LRflEaDfaa a
etear«»r» ADIP.ONDACK or DEAN MCHMOND leave
Plat S2. Moral Hlver. root Canal Btreet. at 0 P. M. dally
fbucdaya ezc<rpte<]). mbkliig direct connections with traiaa
Z*>ni.. Kant and West.
C'ATSKII T.. nUDSON AND COXSACKIH
I!OATS leave «very *e<»k-<lay at 0 P. M. from fool
cl C!ir»«tJi,tj«r tt.. conoectlnK with 15. & A. It. H.
Tjri/Sdv RIVER Steamer MARY POWELL,
. .**~^ ;/»v:'s DesbrcMes fit.. 8:13, <Saturday». 1:45) West
■M Bt., 3:30 P. M.. ISat'y*, 2 P. M.): for CRANSTON'S
V I-..-,- POINT. i ■ \\\. .-].. HI I.H. NEW HAM
3 "H MILTON. WKEEPfciUS. KONDOUT. and
„ KINGSTON.
Brooklyn Propcrtri .for Sale.
History Repeats Itself*
THE OPPORTUNITIES OF THE PAST ARE THE OPPORTUNITIES OF TO- DAY.
TT'S only a question of time when the fortunes made by the Astors,
the Rhinelanders, the Goelets and other well-known New York
families in Manhattan real estate will be duplicated by those who
take advantage of the opportunities now afforded in South
Brooklyn by
SLOCUn PARK, COMFORT, SHEEPSHEAD BAY PARK AND
BRIGHTON TERRACE BY THE SEA.
Study thisJVlap and Think what the result of the extension
of the Rapid i ransit Tunnel through the Borough of Brooklyn is
goinp' to be!
It will revolutionize values. It will result in a boom unpar
alleled in the history of Greater New York.
And RAPID TRANSIT FOR BROOKLYN IS BOUND TO COME.
The section occupied by the above properties will be the first
to receive the benefit of the tunnel extension. The great home
settlement of the future will be located here.
The properties are all carefully restricted and fully improved.
There arc macadamized streets and improved sidewalks, shade trees,
water, gas and electric light, Public Schools, and fire and police
protection*
For terms and further particulars apply to Sales Office, Aye. P«
and Coney Island Ave^ or
QTitr) hotels.
ilnlEwlyjyinill InlluJiylblhn
FIFTH AVi:. & BTH ST.. N. Y. **
A hfnifl:k'- Hotel with an t-nvlablo reputation, par
ticularly noted for Its fine c-j|»!n*.
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLANS.
noorrip from $l.(Vi per day and upward on European
plan, and $3.00 per day and upward on American plan.
Fultes (>f parlor, bedroom and bath at special rates for
cummer months; Passen^eri". to und from Rurope may
aave time and money by stopping; at this Hotel.
HI E¥«T MOUSE IMMzI,
15 AND 17 FIFTH AYE.. N. Y.\
Kented by th* year only. These two houses have thn
full benefit of the hotel Hen-ice, while they have their
private entrances. Apartmei ■« of one floor $120 dot
month and upward. American plan $14. [or week.
(HAS. JAI.Mi:.S. Prop.
THE HAMILTON,
45th Street,
11HT AN r f^;nTAv. DWAY NEW YORK.
Fireproof Faßllly Apartment Hotel, centrally and < J,~
eirubly located; every modern comfort and convenience In
clufling -a long dl&tunce telephone In each suite; furnished
or unfurnished.
Oi:O. W. MORTON.
TO! [F[L(a)G3lK]®lln
4th Aw. and ISth Bt. UNION SQUARE
Absolutely fireproof. A few deelrable apartments for
surnm< r mootlu.
HOTKI^ nEOENT. northwest corner ißth Si. and 6th
Aye.. on the European plan. Newly furnished all
improvements; weekly rutea $:i upward; Me, 750 and SI
up per day. restaurant a la carte.
Boston.
03®^ McdGcsD [B®DDo^7qd®
EUROPEAN PLAN. CENTRAL LOCATION.
BEACON ST , NEAR TREMONT ST., BOSTON.
HARVEY & WOOD. Proprietors.
Sltution Sales.
now on mmmm
AT
URi: .ITU AYE. cor. WEST 27TH ST.
j A MARVELLOUS AND BEAUTIFUL COLLECTiOH
JAPAN PLANTS.
Floral and Arboreal.
THE FINEST ASSORTMENT
; EVER BROUGHT TO THIS COUNTRY.
inclu.llnK eoveral ipectineaa of the now (uatly celebrated
"CHABO -HrBA" »n.i "OOYO :.', •• of great an.
UINIATintE OKRDESB, moat artistically wrought by
th«! msi skllfjl horticultural irchltacta In Japan.
DWARF i:vkic;k!;kxs In profusion; WISTARIAS;
; !'.:■.; Pinci and beautiful ■peclmeni of JAPAN I
. MAl'l^KS. In all the luxury of their multl colored folljit*":
in fait, every variety of hardy plant and ornamental
! Palm mounted !n eleK&nt Jardlntrca of exqulalte design
; and finest quality.
I Collected *n<J ered for aale at auction by tht JAP
ANESE NURSERY CO.. of Orang*. N. J.
The attention of every lover of the beautiful In horti
i culture Is respectfully directed to thla extraordinary «ale,
• nr'd. tho lualled opportunlt) afforded for Becurtng ■
, collection .' ■:■!<■ true aristocrats of the plant kingdom.
'■ ■■■:,(. eollactlon nuw on view roulj not >■■• surpassed KVEN
l.v JAPAN and no ■ m enae or paina have been spared to
m-;c^ ihl- AIiSCiI.UTKI.Y UK riNEST COLLECTION
BVKR OFFERED. There la do mor» attractive orna
ment for veranda, conservatory, garden or drawing room
than these marvellous worlta of the Japanese Horticul
tural artlata. and the moat excellent creations are nuw
i off< red 2s noted alvivw.
Hftflnninij MONDAY. JUNE 11th. at 8 F. m., and con
: tinuing the following days,
CLEARY & CO Auctioneers.
Sale under the personal supervision of Mr. Joan P. Cleary.
VI>VEnTIPE— IENTS end ■HhayrtDtlone' for The Tribune
*». received at their Uptown Office. No. 1.241: Broadway,
Cd door north of 31»t-*t., until 0 o'clock p m. . «icl\t-rti«e
rnents received at the following branch i,inr»s at regular
office rates until » o'clock p. m., \lz.: 264 avi ,»....
cor. 23<J-et. . i'>- 6th -ave.. cor. 1-th at : Mary*, »Ith-ave.
and 14th-ft. ; 142 Uolumhus-av*.. near \Y*st tlt)th-at.: 106
West 42d-it.. near Cth-ave.. 02 Baal Htu-rt.; 2f17 West
421-st., between 7th and Bth ayes. ; 13a East 47th-st. ; l.n.is
Bd aye., between 7'Uh and "th Ms.; 1,020 aye., near
<;ist-»t. : l 7<;S lm-ave.. near 80th-st. : 630 .1,! aw. near
41»t-st.: OH 3d-ave.; 210 Blcecker-et. ; 323 ttieecker-at.
OT3w*xoin^ ILCHiJi!HCBI^ 10. 1900.
Drookl_« proprrlp fat Sot*
(Titn Proprrtn fov Sale
MUST BE SOLD!
to close an Estate,
Properly 01 Newark Aye.
JERSEY CITY HEIGHTS,
near Court House.
Now Leased for £2,400
Trice, only $18,000
A safe investment for auyouu- For
particulars a.>>ply to
CADDIS a CO.,
(tiiuliils ISulMing).
562 Newark Ay«. cor Baldwlat.
Connirn |Jropcvin .for Gale or (_o i!ct
AT BELLPORT. L. I.
To let for smhih. fully furnished, with h«r»« and car
rlagei If wanted, modern rffi'l^nco with every city con
venience, 14 rojin.i, blUiar.l ■■>-, shade, garden, fruit,
amp!u H'at.linir. private bath tioune* mi bay anil ooea:i.
nne vi. •■,<.-. adjoining golf link*: inuii«n .t« posaesslon;
rant *fl._¥»; f..i »ale. »:m>,(mmi phntograpi herv.
PHIJUUIP9 & WELLS. Tribune Building;.
"I^Ort RENT OH' SALE! Oreat Neck, L. 1., to selet
J party, finest elrvm rvorn eotta-rs In this country; In
Al oidt-r. newly iialnted Inutile and out: all mo si a Im
provements: partially fu:nUl,«l I! .loplred: beautiful lain 1
trees and nhrul '.■■,.■■■ nelKKboitf: liable accommo
dations: take « luoh at It, Apply to BTANTON. opooalte
Great Neck railroad <lo|«.t. or to O. A. L'HOMMKPIKU.
1,133 Broadway. New-York
(Tonutvn propcrtn to Cct
AT UPPHJH MONTCLAIR. to let, at grent reduction,
house and barn on mountain slope, 800 feet eleva
tlon; purest air, very health) and ■ 'mmandlns lite;
M \<;r:\ 88 W i!i SI
I .'i. 1 QANT COTTAGE I relol under favorable :■
j account ■ .nen 1 ■' ' ■ iGrlffln's Corners),
«'.r^kili Mountain . known m Wagner Cottage. Apph
Gl TMAN. Wi l-i..!il.i.n St.
TJ'ABT OHA.N IK To rent 11' room houM, cirncr Pros
I j I- ■ . ile; ■■■•:• '■■ n■gl bi i .. -1 Aiij ly
to HAKTMANN 61 HAULING, Union Square, or UtA :.'..
'j \ l.i lit, Brick ■ hurch
F>it RBNT. L'nfunrtshed, a Colonial house. 19 nun
« ;■;,. fruop ■ ■ ■ ■■ • Bhi Iter !■ iai d; four
■ ■; double ■ ■ na room, kltch
en, two !■- n - for •1 . ants In cai rlagu hou ■ . nol fai
from back door: noil water trull treei md ittveral acres
C gi md; newly painted <i I papsred Inside and out;
rent $800 a year or foi the seaai 1. !' 1 furl er particulars
Inquire of Mr C" B ZAISRIBKIE, li«« wiii:um *t.. N. V
Ucal Setatt lUantcb.
V/ ANTED - GENTLEMAN'S PLACE
at .summit aad Kontclalr, N»« Jersey, 00,000 to ltSa.ooo,
■ < lands n ■ itaeht reaMeneaa, St. Mark's
and is ■ - I--- - ; lyn, Free and dear.
C. J. SWUS, 180 llroHil»n>, N. Y.
IX7ANTEJD. Small cleanly furnished cottage, July an.:
t> .■ .- ■ ■ ' ■ near water preferred.
1 ORWI>f. BOX '■•"' ':'r l !iinp i/tfli-e.
LJTORE WANTED, l deajre to runt a. store in a good
O location for di ig bu Ineaa, In elty or dmntry. A'l
with particulars, T. H. WHBELfcH, 287 Cbenaaco
»t.. Blng-hamti :.. \. Y.
WANT PRIVATE Hot sic
Vicinity East 72d Bt-, Maabattan, in exchange for di"
tached dwelllnit and Itabla, ; Brooklyn; 890.000; free and
clear.
C. J. SANDS, 130 Broadway, N. v.
Real Rotate fov €rcl)uugc.
To EXCHANGE. — House, dairy, route b» rsr »nd wagon
.1. for farm, or MIL W . llux 77. Ml Weat 12olh-at.
ADVERTISEMENTS and subsrrlptlons for The Tribune
leceivtnl ut their Uptown Office. No. l,"i<2 llroudway.
Sd <ioor north of :'.i- St.. until a o'clock p. in.; uilvertlxe
mentg received at lh« followlnic brarch oAom at r«t;uUr
office ratea until a o'clock p. m.. vli. : 254 Mh-ave.. a. c.
cor. --'1 st ; 152 Bth uvt-.. cor. r- ' St.: Mary's, rtlh-ava.
and Hth-Kt.; li- ColumbUß-ave. Dear West IWlh-nt.; ll)«"
Wast 41M St.. neai Uth'uvc; U'2 Kui-l 14lli-*t.. 137 \V»nt
4^d-»t., between "lh and Nth ayes.; l.'ilt East 47th~»t. ; 1.338
Bd-ave.. between 7(!th and "Tl.'i »t». ; l.oaiJ Kd-ave.. near
Gist Bi.; 1.708 Ist aye., near »oth-*t.: B.V) Bd-ave..' near
«l«t --'.: 551 3d-uv*.. 210 . Illeecker-st.; 325 Bleeclier-st.;
SUBURBAN
TOWNS
wlthfn tea minute* to «m« hour of Grand
Central Station are briefly described in No,
23 of the "Pour Track Series" of the New
York Central. Some of tho Information Is
as follows:
Sent free, postpaid, on receipt of one
cent stamp, by GEOROa H. DANTELS.
General Paacengrtr Agent. Grand Central
Station, New York.
] MIRABEAU
; L. TOWNS,
375 Fulton Street,
Brooklyn.
1 Lots Sold
on
,i Easy Terms.
, Go and See
j These Properties
and Convince
Yourself
of the Tratb
of the Above
Statements.
j*
TO REACH
THEM
TAKE THE
! SMITH ST.,
DE KALB OR
FRANKLIN
AVENUE
CARS,
OR THE
KINGS
COUNTY
AND
BRIGHTON
BEACH
"L" TRAINS.
i A sc. Fare.
i
Sanitary Inspections
IN CITY OR COUNTRY.
Building and Sanitary
Inspection Co.
874 Broadway. Telephone, 559*18 th.
HOUSES FOR SALE AND RENT
FIHMSHEI) AM) UN FURNISHED.
In moat desirable section of city.
ALSO WESTCIIESTEU CO.
J^l< OUT OF TOWN PROPERTIES.
CYRUS FIELD JUDSON,
t'Olt. STII AYE. AMJ 4_D ST.
Tm.WPHONB. NEW TuRK CITY.
SEND for book about Falrview, Yor.ker«: lnter«silnK to
IO homeaeek«r» aii.l Hat Iwß;>rs. GORDON. ■.■<> H 42d-»t.
i:nrniol)e_ tjoneco to Cit — Countrn,
, i. " ■''" "*i
Hotel Sorrento
AND
Furnished Cottages
Situated on Frenchman's Bay. Sorrento, Me.,
6 miles from Har H»rMr; etenm heated and
lighted by electric lljchtH. Unsurpassed com
bination of Ocean. Mountain, an.l Forest. Fine
drives; safe harbor for boatlns unl canoalng.
THE COTTAOKS Alii: All NICELY
FUHMSIIKIt, alumblng ..:. 1 sanltanr condi
tion perfect. To :<m at reaaoaable prices.
For terms rof«rencei>. and fill Information
al.lr*»a W. 11. LAWRENCE, SorreatO, Maine.
YORK CLIFFS IMPROVEMENT CO.,
YORK CUFF'S, IIAINE.
Several line fnrnl»hr<l :■<>( In teen to rent for
iraiou, Descriptive book ■*.:.'. circular sent on applica
tion.
11. E. EVANS, General Munnser,
YORK CUFFS, MAINE.
AT FISHER'S ISLAND. N. V.
Five tnllca ii'iinnrd from \r»-L<inili>n, Conn.
two FURNISHED COTTAGES: TKN AND SEVEN
ROOM. *; FRONTING ON HEAUTIFUI., HARBOR; MOD
ERN IMPROVEMENTS: PUBLIC DINING li__-i CON
VENIENTLY NBAR. WII__AM M. HOES. CO WAI.I. ST.
WYCHiHERE SEASHORE COTTAGES,
"'apt Col). Harwich. Mt». rnmlehel homes; wld«
plazia«. open fireplaces, hathfooniax »«t tubs, pure running
water; careful aanttatloni cool, breeiy; forests along sea
»h'ire; delightful bathing, sailing, rowing, driving, Bolf;
no trampa, Circular. .1 . 71 K. S7th *«.. New-York.
WHITE MOUNTAINS
SUMMER COTTAGES, moderate rent, well furnished,
fronting lake and mountain!!. unrtvalle<l views, first-das*
l«n and trout :!f!.:i <. >..>,iitn< and bathing. Apply to
JUS. A. NE3MITH, Lowell. Mass.
"|7«URNISHE_J COTTAGES.— BabyIon, U 1.. Arnia
J. I'ark. i* and 1" i>">:n» i>p»n plumbing', electric Usht.
newly <l«.-.>r.il«d; *«.'><> to u;«>. boating, l<athtn» and rish
Ing in. xc- i:< 1. A; pi]
f?) r J. f>-^ 01 and 62
IH^L^ Liberty St.
CUANFOHD, N. J.
FT-ItMSff.-:i) AND I'NrfRNMrHBD HOTTBBB.
FE_iai'M»N A VAN NWIK. SI l'lne St.. New- York.
ADIRONDACK 9 Keens Valley, Baaej C*., for the
summer; fully furr.Uhed house; tea bedrooms, laun
dry; modern convenience*; i..-iiuus,- (flUed>, stables; nioun
tuln rln« water laid on. Address Poetofflce l!ox 029,
Uorrtstuwn, N. J.
IVW desirable private realdencej with and without
stable In POI'TH OBANOB and vicinity can b«
It-used tor the summer at moderate r«nt; J}s<> monthly and.
upward. J. CHAItL £S u'_Kl_N, 141 Broadway.
BBNSONTTTJIIST To let, season or year, fully fur
niih'.l 14 room house, near water: all Improvements.
C*al] or address MARVIN. Cropeey aye and liay .'l2d.
(loNNwri'TT Beaahora CJottaajea, Hberally rurntahed;
■ handsome reatden m rooma, bath, five
(Irepluoes furnaci '■ sea v ;»w . r«fe:-enoes.
Circulars. Pvof. NORTHROP, Brooklyn Polytechalo.
Ijit'RNIPnEP COTTAOE. 1 rooma, al Kn;.t Morlekea,
■ I. 1 near bay. P. O, un.i depot; tiouaekeeptaa. ttSO;
without iiki. for ■as inn B. I". BROWN, East Moriches,
r.0.-._- is) od.
I^IJ(NrSI!Kr> HOUSES to rent. Xid K ene|.l. New Onitan.
H .:.,! rt, Stamfi ' Oreenwl h. Sound Peach, Nor
folk, (•reenwood Lake, Ktsher's (alan 4, t*wra»ce, U t.,
Nantuckct, Morrlstown. afadlaon. M'HARO, T Pine-st.
FURNIBHE2O -ottHtfo fur reni v.l SulUvaa «>>unty Club,
VVurtal N V <; I* THOMAB. -1Tl» B'way, X, I.
I^OK RBNT AM' "MI THE Ri:RKPIIinES.— lon* low
} rambling bouse fully rurnlahed; In perfecl repair;
abundant water supply; fireplaces. Stable in place. Rent
moAerale to th- right people. WM. H. HOVT * CO.. 6
V'andarDlll npp. ljran.l Central !>.•.■
I7JUTINISHS3I) BOUSB, eleven rooms), lawn, shade, fruit
I 1 tree^. bathing; tent |SIX» for the reason. Box 3,
Millar's Place, i..ii« Island. N. v
lAKK CHAMPLAIN for season of 11)00.— Fur
j nt^hej house at Port Kent, six mllea south of Hotel
Champlaln: two and .1 half fr >;n AueaMa Chasm, in
equal view «< l*Uf and Oreen Mountains. Twenty
rooms; ICU feet of covered pla»»if. A llicsa Ivl"!.lam!v'i,
Tort Kent, N. V.. or 107 John Bt., N. Y.
YfOßßlSTOWN.— Furnished i«Hlue::ce, 12 roomi; three
j.iL acres; churiuln* viowu; central location: reasonable
rent WM. AMP JOiINSON, office with l'hllltps &
Welle. Tribune iiui!Hti '
MAXHANBET. SIIKLTTIR I£LANl>.— Furnlehwl cot
tape; all Impn vementa, gas. hot nnd aid running
water, baths, ate. ÜBOKG E S. COI-JAN, -3 Union
Square, Room 7.
>TE\V CANAAN. CONS.
_» TO RENT Furnished, house. 0 bedrooms; hot and.
cold water; gardener** cottage and stable, SO acres; beau
tiful lawns and shade tree*; Urn kin-hen garden, with
an abundance of fruit trees; high location; extensive view
of l-.ni; Island Sound.
K..r further particulars address H. O. THOMSON. No.
IS Cortlandt Ft Met. N. Y. City.
/ STAMI Olll>. DELAWARE ID.. MOW YORK.
A cholco of three eettaaea for rent at reasonable price;
ar« completely furnUhnd, aaf^Uad with electric lights,
pure reservoir water, espoaed plumbing and telephone if
required Each has four bedrooms, foyer hall, parlor,
dining room, butler's pantry, kitchen, cellar, bathroom,
front and back stairs. Open fireplaces for wood fires.
Th« beet hair aaattreases: and pillows furnished. Addi
tional porch room ha» been added this year. Lawns will
be kept In order.
Dr. BRIBTOI* 40 West 35th, N. Y. City, 11 to 1.
ri^O LET.— Desirable cottage In heart of Berkshire Hills;
1 3 mtn from R. H. Station; parlor, dining room,
kitchen, 4 aleeplns rooms: well furnished; 4 miles from
Lenox or Btockbrldge; very desirable for the right kind of
it family; renHtmakle oharßea, J. I*. TINOLEY, L«e.
Mui.
TO LET — Hlghlund I_kc. Wln-ted. LJtchfleld Co..
J. Conn., an eight room furnished, summer cottage.
S. I* KEUiOGG, New Hartford. Conn.
TO KENT.— Fallaburg. Sullivan Co.. N. V., from
July lit to Oct. l»t., furnished cottage, 8 room» and
bath. Kor particulars atldrras l/m-k Br.x .">. South Fal!»
l.urg. N. Y.
MAO RK.\'T. — Furnished, for summer, very desirable house
1 and jtrouii'ls, at .Nnxv-llnnhton. S. I.: »ny fair offer
will be accept«d. W. L. DM HOST. 141 Broadway, N. Y.
MV> RENT, AT QITOGITH, LONG ISLAND, near oi.v :ln
X and ShtnnecoWi Hay. an attractive cottage; full v
fui-nlalitil. . bavin* thirteen room* ami mo»li>rn Improve
ment*. Apply to OWNER, Lock Bo* 14. giMgue. Long
IslaM, X. Y.
\\^ll/r<>.\. CONN. — Furnished house, eleven rooma; wall
VV fui'iila'bad: healthy location: convenient to rflk%M
uiui nolf grounds: i;ootl mud!., "lie hour from New-York:
price low. Mrs. ELIZABETH BRADY.
ttwi gttatt.
NINETY
Dlvtanco and tlma from Grand Central
Station.
Number of trains pop day.
Number of trains or (Sunday.
Rarular fare, excursion rates.
Monthly commutation.
Family tlolcet rate.
Price of lota.
Price of houses.
Rent of houses.
Kama and addreea of reliable real estate
agent.
(tonntrn Propcrtti Sox Sale.
What Rapid Transit
Will Do.
What the elevated railroads did for the East and West Sides
of Central Park and Harlem in 1880; Rapid Transit (the Tunnel
now building) is going to do for all that territory north cf the city
and south of Yonkers. This section of the country is goin.: *°
be — in fact, is already — the centre of real estate activity. For
the next ten or fifteen years there will be a boom here unparal
leled in real estate history of Greater New York.
The Opportunity for investment and
Speculation Is Now Ripe.
Within two years values will have doubled, if not trebled.
Already the price of property south of Yonkers h.as increased over
one-third since the Rapid Transit Tunnel Contract was signed.
Lots at Lo 3, AaT WJM rrc or N& -> •■?
For less than current market prices.
I have 30 lots (25x11? feet) at Lowerre. on Van Sice Aye..
situated upon a picturesque and well shaded bluff, within a
stone's throw of the R. K. station, which I will sell to quick
buyers for less than nnv property in the vicinity can bs bought
for. Easy terms if desired.
Title (Juarjjntood by tho Lawyers' Titit* 1 usur
iince To. of New York.
LOWEKUE is two stations this side of Yonkers on the
New York & Putryim Railroad, with half-hourly train service
throughout the day from the Ninth Aye. L Station at 155 th
street; also numerous night Trains.
As a place for a Suburban Home Lowerre is 'not excelled by
any settlement along the Hudson. It possesses every kind oi
city improvement and convenience. The streets are a!l p.r.vJ,
asphalted or macadamized, and lighted by gas and electric. ty.
The magnificent water supply for which Yonkers is so famous
and the model sanitary system of that town are a part and parcel
of Lowerre.
It has the protection of a well-organized police and fire de
partment, its school accommodations are unsurpassed, and
churches of every denomination are within easy reach of every
house in the place.
The ground is very high, at least MM feet above hie:h tide
line; the scenery superb in every direction; the air always cool
and salubrious.
Views of the Hudson and the rmjestic Palisades and pros
pects of idyllic woodland scenery vie with each other in feasting
the eve.
The surroundings, driven and walks for many miles in every
direction are unsurpassed for their variety and entrancing beauty.
For mapa ol the lots and other particulars apply to
HENRY NEWMAN, 577 Broadway, New York.
n)eak f i^ OFFERS YOU
\T} < *ZjL~~^ A HOUSE
INGLESIDE,
Flushing.
MARTENSE,
West Brooklyn.
RARITAN PARK,
Staten Island.
Demorest-
On-the-Hilltops.
New Jersey.
MORRiSTOWN, N. J.
For s*l«- l»r;« i"oiint:> li.v.-c. U acrea. C '•..--He and
eutbuUdtaca; beautiful view; healthful location; *e»:
g; half mil." from 1 i-tati..n; eUf In*:- near.
Addreaa AI.KHKU KI.MKIi M 11.1.5.
M rrlstown, N. .'.
AT CKNTRE MOIIU I. ON*. ISLAND.
O_.\'Tl^l__A>."rS COLNTItY PLACE, near Great South
Hay and ocean, convwntent to statl.'n; In:-.- modern house.
completely furnished. 15 room*, buth. hot and cold wat«r.
Kav starve for four horse.-"; two acres ground: frail and
Rower garden; gardener on premises; also butMlnjr lota
for sale; terms low. Inquire of H. HENNINGS. 471
1.1 • dway, New-York.
VTPRAt'TiVK iinistl alegaal locatioa, near .
foi gale, PoatofOce !t >x 13ft Baat > k r.ins». N. .r.
Full SALE! — A farm in hljjnest state of cultivation.
on« hour tram New York and UtUe more from Ph igr
delphta; frequent expreaa trains; ten minutes fr m sta
tion; owner's house, with sanitary exposed plutnbln.c.
porcelain lined bath, heat^l throuithout: runnln? water
from urleslun well; beautiful home, und fumi p*ya an in-
Dome Address O. W., Bam IS. Tribune Oltlce.
J.>>U SAUBL— A Uurge tract of cleared and weed lands,
with a mil* of water front on a beautiful lake, four
miles fr. m Garrisons Station. 011 the Hudson (fiver, op
l"\slte West I'olnt. an. l six miles from I'eckakUl; fine
arenery; cottage at lake, boaia, etc; good 1. ■..:.-. and
jlshtnK. For full particulars ad< r- *s,^_ g _ SMI _ H
uxjia h smith.
Paldwln Place, Westchester Co.. N. Y.
¥"> >X SAIJi— A factory Mte. 25 acres, at Carteret. N. J..
X »17.'. feat on. Arthur Kill or Staten IslanJ Sound: ail
Upland; -(> feet of water; trucks of Central H. K. ol N. .1.
adjoin property. Kiparian rlKhta have been secured: kihhl
watet for holler and fire purposes, under pressure
uvallit bl«.
DWXER. 31 Nassßii-st.. Roaaa all.
"T""VAItM BARGAINS. Utchflald Couaty. Conn., and Cerk-
X 1X 1 ahlre County Mass.; llH> acre farm. $1.-.1H»: '.*> acre
farm $1,000; |2Q acre farm, »lock. crops an i t lost, |8.98w;
•"3 acre farm< $30<>. Write for list.
J. K. SMITH, Station A. Wlnsted. CbU.
ONLY $3.MX>. eaaa terms, worth $7.W>O; new. well buUt
house, eight line rooms and bath, hardwood trim,
.-:..■ I hardwood tloora. nickel plumbln*. furnace, elec
irlo Ii • ituiif. daoorated; two lota; beautiful suburban loca
tion In Yonkera; hi<h ground; extended views, neighbor
ho-vl restrict •*; eloea station and school: only ail min
utes from C.rund Central Depot. C.OKUON. Ueal £»tan.
Si Kast 43d at.
ONE OK THK FINE3T ESTATFS OH THK gatHHtJU.
H U. WIN r/KltS, 3ti l'ln* St.
I>\\ '\N EXPOSITION. HIFFALO. 1901.
I offer for s«l« at a bargain two tracts el vacant land
,' twenty-live and thirty-three acres, nmr the Exposition
■rroundi Full vartloulars on request. WtULlfl M
SPAULJMrIO, Attorney. Buffalo. N. Y.
1»i TllriKHX»un. N. J —U mlnutus by rail; near depou:
XX will taerittce (terms ea»y» a v*t> nlc» co tan and
on« lam-- house. 17 rooma; lrr.pro\«ment*: stable. -to lota
oi around; atoo several fine bulkUni sites on the Instal
ment plan, and one 18 acre farm, with dwelling and out
house* Photos at ofllce.
E. D. CORDTS. 234 B'way. N. T.
SEASHORE* LOTS POlt SALE, tn East Ulou?e*i>r
Gloucester. Mods., directly on the Atlantic Ocean,
midway between Uu** ltocks mil Eastern Volnt. Sea vl«w
from Thatcher** Inland to Boaton Harbor. Directly oppo
»li. starting und flntahlnfr point of the trial course of
United Stales battleship*. Finest ocean view on North At
lantic Of If Three minutes' walk to finest bathln •
teaches In New-England. rin> minutes' walk to either
:;.i.w-« Hocks ■* Eastern I. liv Golf Links. Finest nine h.>l«
courses In the country. This ... undoubtedly the finest Be*
shoi« property on Massachusetts Bay. Write for plan*
and particulars to
MICHAEL J. MEAGHER. Gloucester, Maaa.
Conntni propcrtn fox Sole
Within a short distance of Qty Hall,
New York, a house beautiful in design,
modern in finish and replete with
every convenier.ee. allowing you to
occupy and pay tor it at not more than
your present rent. Absolute ownership,
most refined neighborhood.
Lots lor sale investment : small
payment down ; will double in value
soon. I
Call or write us Cor tickets. |
60-6? Liberty St., Manhattan.
A Beautiful Home
FOR ALL.
HAGSCE3S&CK, N. J.
A h»ii9<> like ibi'vr, on l»i .V>»i:». coats too very
little niwoey. It aaa > rouuit und bath. Elegantly
sltuitted >.«i hi«b .rn-iiu.l; ■- trains •! . It aaa only
3u minutes fr..ui N. Y. »■:*•■ I »■«?; s;stein. «a»»
ele.-;rl.-ltT. jei»»l t>u N. 1 ■■i.v.:..-nr* on easy tenaa,
and :...u-» built as stilt pun Uairri.
For lurilirr i ulu . t l»n write to
HAC!CEKSACK LAND CO.,
116 MAIN ST.. HACKENSACK. N. J.
FOR SALE AT NEWPORT. R. I.
A (Blendfe) stone residence, wita fin* statal«a, Urg-r . vack
hous* and barn. The houa* contains 1» rooma and la m
perfect There are •> acres of lane!, with a goodl'
lenn.s eoart. The ! m..n I* at th» southern and most
faahionaw*. «n.J of me Ulan.l. r.-iir to the Nawxiort Got;
Club cr..um_. it B«,<-di nno virwa of the harbor *nd
Rock- Farm dJstrtCt. In.tu!,- O f E. M. WIGHT Att*r-
O t>. laylor. Iteal Estat?. Newport. It. I. rh 1 it, rA.
Delightfully Located Farm and Gauntry Rasideaca
procertv for sale. New-Jersey Central; two hour* out- 100
U rar.ners oot-
Photo,, and detai^wuh JOliX p. UUYT. MB^*w.
cia>9 plac*: th*« furniture can be bou«h: If desired
FRASKUX LYNCH.
43 WUllam-at.
Fm >Al-U- y.iv.A ion Bjcvt^ fl M house, near Vew
**ua«: jpienui.l pUc« (or WM?
?-...•«•. 20 l^mberton st.. New-Haven form.
U^nt of (Zoxan propertn for Sole.
LAND PROPOSITION
TO CLOSE AX ESTATE IN 11O9TOX. MASS.
A million or Itaa fe*i tine land in Uoaton, vw W water.
gas, all ttnprovemenu .m.l facilities; lots will retail . »«" ;
luitcly for double my price; terms reasonable. Writ*
RALPH U. McDANIEU Tmate«. 11 llountfort-st." Boatotu
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