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REAL ESTATE.
LOANS AT LOWER RATES— A BIG
CLOTHING STORK FOR THE
BOWERY.
The announcement made last week that certain
urckers had offered J10.000.000 at 3H per cent on
realty loans, or hi per cent below the regular rate
for the best m mil hi of this class, has not been
considered seriously by real estate dealers. These
men say that the loans are doubtless so hedged
al-out with various provisions find conditions as
to render them on a practical level with less en
euir.tered 4 per cent loans.
A. W. MeT-niishlin & Co., of No. 146 Broadway,
•when ;u-k< d as to the pomtbfUtjr of securing money
r p r cent I ■ N< sT-Torfc City real estate,
rt-i'M< J as Follows:
From time to time <hirlnc tlio last few years
There have* been reports that S'-s per cent money
was available on n;orteiiCi' • urlty on Xew-York
City real estate, and while In a few instances loans
i.'. this rote have been made, the> v have been of
Fuch an exceptional character that they really had
no bearing on general market conditions; some
bavins; been made at this rate on purchase, monoy
nrortpapes to indiife the sale of the property. It
Is possible at almost any time to secure a loan at
loi-s than normal interest rates, subject to peculiar
conditions not understood by the public generally;
thereby creating a false impression and Interfering
with the closing of contracts, which have to be
held over lint borrowers have been educated to
the f.-irts in the is* Generally speaking, money
offered at this rate has usually "been hedged about
with such conditions ns to preclude, in most In-
Ftanros. the consummation of negotiations subject
to it. Jn the present condition of the money mar
ket, both domestic and foreign, any radical change
fiom previously existing conditions could scarcely
be expected.
Other brokers, however, say that although no
immediate improvement In the mortgage market
may be experienced, nevertheless, the lowering ten
dency of interest rates on realty first seen some
years ago Is still operative in making higher tax
ations and Increased cost of construction easier to
bear.
noney Is also sail to be pr.
t n.». < below 4 per cent when A per
with :h J mortgages. Rebates
: MMtble. VThlle tlioy satisfy the borrow
mmlt the lender.
T..- movements of the real estate market ln the
■•>r!stlp of a summer Reason,
• absolute quiet are
.' unusual Importance. Thus,
on Friday, it ■ that John Scott
Brownlnc of the olothiriK firm cf Browning. King
& Co., 1 .:i>3 1- ■■;->. t a large plot of land in the upper
Bowery f^r the purpose >>f establishinf; there a
I;., pr perty was formerly
owned by Herbert A. Sii'-rman. It consists of Kos.
■; M Bowery- ilr - Brown
said to b ive paid VM.HM for the plot. Old
buildings now covering the ground, it Is said, will
v now fireproof building erected
Cor the exclusive use of Rrownlng. King & Co..
mare feet in the parcel. The new
. will have light on three Flies.
TL- establishment of a store in this district Is
1 c or.ly another step in the centralizing
of trade in the district lying about
r Union.
BO far uptown another East Side business
rty figured In the transactions of the week.
• rat or buying out the interest of others ln
rnbinatinn which purchased the parcel at
me time ago. The property is located
t: the southeast corner of Centre and Leonard ets.
Aatother sale which caused considerable comment
■ ite circles was that of the old Harper
home, at the northwest corner of Fifth-aye. and
Twenty-«eventb-«t* which was bought by Charles
E. lohnson for about lEMiMt. The property con-
Eists of a plot in Fifth-aye. 28.4x300, and one in
Twe: ty-eeventh-st. SxSCC
A report has been circulated that a large parcel
of lard It-. Fifth-aye., between Fifty-second and
Fifty- third rts.. had been sold for the building: of a
large hotel. The report could not be confirmed
yesterday. It was also rumored* that the property
known as the Opdyke bouse. No. 79 Fifth-aye.,
had been sold. Another unconfirmed report wan
that Peter aCsrlC had sold Kos. 72 and 74 Broadwe.r
and Kcs. 9 and II N'V.--st.. two small old build
ings on a lot 45.6x112 0x44.7x116.2. adjoining the
Union Trust Company's building on the north and
George Crocker's Price-McOormick Building on the
south.
Among the transactions In which properties were
traded last week was that In which No. 92 Fifth
avd.. whlca b&t been traded three times, was
•riven in exchange fcr the partly completed apart
ment house, at the north corner of Central Park
West and Ninety-first-st.. which also has a record
as a "trader." Other transactions included the
Waumt'-ck seven story apartment house, at the
southwest corner of West End-aye. and One-hun
dred-ar.d-seventh-st.; Nos. H4 and 110 East Seven
ty-flr?t-!>t.. which parcel was sold to a builder for
Improvement, and dwelling horses at the follow
ing locations; No. 1/) East Beventy-eighthHrt., No.
2* West Fiftieth-st.. No. 220 West Eishtleth-st.. No.
167 West Srventy-elghth-st.. No. Cl 4 West <>i < ■■
bur.dred-and-fourteenth-st., and No. 47 West For
tjr-OfthHrt.
Since the burning of the Wbtdcor Hotel the pub
lic has been. Interested to know v.iat !•:!'.■' of
building will replace the former structure It was
announced last week that Blbridge T. Gerry Is to
erect there a three story and basement arcade
building. The plot fronts 200.10 i-. Fifth-eve., and
180 feet in both Forty-sixth and Forty-seventh sts..
The- building will be fireproof, and will have a
frtnt of granite, and terra cotta. with o French
roof. There v, ill be a store, tt.taSß.lo. at the Forty
sixUi-. t. corner and one 43.6x.".r>2 in Forty-s«-venth
6t. The entrance to tbe building will be in the
centre of the Fifth-aye. front, with stores on
either side. In the rear on the ground floor will be
an •■}■■-. court, with a colonnade, from which the
street stores may be entered. The second floor
Will be for office!!, and the third floor will be ar
r3nse>s for studios. There will be a newsstand,
telegraph and telephone office on the ground floor.
An electric lighting an.' heating plant will be me
talled in the basement under the court, the rest
of the basement being used as storerooms for the
pound floor stores, and aF a receiving room for all
merchandise. Charles I. Bers; No. 10 West Twenty
trird-Et.. is the architect. No contracts have been
let
THE RECORD OF SAINTS.
F. R. Wood has sold for Frederick W. Woodward
the Edinboro apartment house, a six story build-
Ing, on plot 73.11x100, at the southwest corner of
Amsterdam-aye. and Ono-hundred-and-thlrd-st., at
$:<io.ooo, to an out of town Investor, who gives In
part payment, at 1103,000, property at Yonkers.
William Seel'gsberg has sold for the Borough
Realty Company to a builder for Improvement the
plot, COxICO, Nos. 114 and 116 East Seventy-first-st.
Francis M. Jencks has soli* to Bernard Levy the
plot at the south corner of Riverside Drive and
Kinety-fourth-st., with frontages of 1?-" feet in the
street and 111 feet In the Drive. The buyer will
erect a seven story apartment house.
Albert Erdman has sold to Herman Hellberg the
two houses Nos. Ml and &3f Columbus-aye.
Simon Meyer has sold to a Dr. Gordon the five
Ktory front and four story rear tenement houses on
plot - ;•■". No. 176 Madlson-st., for $25,001.
B. Latz has sold for Dr. E. Hochheimer to M.
Harrison the live ■tory brick tlathouse. with stores,
on plot li>>x3. ! j. at the southwest corn* r of Madlson
ave. and One-bundred-and-«lsrbteenth-st.. the pur
chaser giving In part payment the property No
1.107 to 1,115 westcbester-*ve.
.1. G. T. Moore hap sold the four story dwelling
bou. >--('! No. 11l West BlKty-fourth-st., for 528,000.
Waiter J. Cohen has sold to a builder No 386 to
259 East Kighth-st.. old buildings, plot 60x93.11 and
also to a builder, for lmproveme.it. Nos 266 and 268
Monroe-pt.. old buildings, plot EOrS9.
B. M. Btrauss ft Co have leased for the Swam
estate the entire :x story building-. SOxlOft Nos 121
and O Greem-st.; also for II & I. Melnhard the
entire pet of lofts tn building. 00x133. Sop. 21 and 23
Waverley Place, cormr of 'ire-r.r-st. • also for the
came owners the entire set of lofts in building 40x
IW. No. 10 Washington Place.
Unction Sales ol firal estate.
KICIIAItD V HARVKTT A CO., Auctioneer.,
a wi:iiM „.-.» i^ 2T .
At 12 o clock ??^t* *-Vt or* *~1 Estate B .u-
TRUSTEED SALE'
ir,r, LOTS
Pltuatf en
lIOULKVAHI) IAPAVETTE
FOHT \VA I NfJTOX AVkVi'e
AM* A DWAY, '
«r.d divided into 7 Villa plots and 2 elnirle lots
TITLE OL-ARA.VTEED by the L.»,, Title Insur
ance C. free r,i charre to purrhaser «nsur-
I'lill cl"t. * T ' "*' r "'" i! ' °" nu>rig " 9 «*H
ANDERSON St ANDERSON. Es<js.. Attorneys. 35 Wall
Map* at Auctioneers'. 71 and 73 Llterty St.
tto Ccl for Buainroo Pnrpooce.
mlTTdixcsT -rr\ i rr
STOH %PT., TO LET
and OFFICKS APPLY TO
A large number. "; "
RULAND & WHITING,
6 Bcckumu St.
Unfnrnieiifb QVparimenta €0 £tt.
Melrose
N. W. Cor. Central Park West Siflllli St. f :
A dew hi,gh-class Apartment House U^/
designed and conducted for *?r*
Refined and Exclusive Families.
BUILT ON AN ORIGINAL PLAN.
Fall engagements -may now be made
for two of the choicest corner apart
ments as well as a number of other
attractive 'Suites.
Send for an illustrated booklet with pictures of the exterior.iinterior, floor
plans and full description.
RENTS $1,000 TO $1,500.
E. S. Wing, Agt.. on premise*.
Tel. 1291 Riverside.
S"fhT "h a "rol "d"co "urt ■■■■■"■■■-■"■■■[ i
■ and The BRITTANY, g
Northwest Corner 102 d Street and Broadway,
(Adjoining private bonnes) on 102 d St.)
MAGNIFICENT NEW HIGH-CLASS APARTMENTS,
In suites of rt 7 and fi large light rooms, with every modern Improvement; handsome and tasteful deo
oratlon fine ' hardwood cabinet trim, hardwood and parquett* flwirs.
Ski'lfullv planned Telephone ln each apartment. Larpe closeta; tiled bathrooms. Superb entrance
■ halls D « mall chutes elevators and complete electrical equipment, etc.. utc.
RENTS $900 TO $1,200 A YEAR.
■ L.WERAL. CONCESSION' TO PARTIES L.EASIXO NOW. INQfIRE ON PREMISES OR
■ BRANDT & KIBBY, Agents, Cor. 104 th St. and Broadway.
B Send for bc-ohlct contalnlnK pleturts. floor-plans and description.
'■^■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■" ■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■
BACHELORS
Ir.rp.ct the -Century." 1» Went 4.Mh Ft Finest suites
lr.g. fireproof construction. Apply Superintendent on
premises, or
MAXWELL S. MANNES,
4»3 Fifth Aye.. near 42d St.
HOFFMAN ARMS,
MADISON AYE. & BOTH ST.
Furnished and unfurnished apartments to let. tut
rates. CHA-S. A. GERLACH. Prop.
fur ill pnnlMl A Elegant now building;
luL t/\Lr.UUnI/\, su i,ei.. 2 rooms and bath,
2S W. HOTH ST. I equipped with all latest
improvements. Inquire on premises.
CJIXGLE exceptionally nice seven room apartment; san
j^ ltorv plumbtnit; windows all around; swellest. pret
tfeat part New- York. Bargain, $40.rt». Also doctors
m.artment. GIFFORP. 757 Park Aye. _______
ftral (Eotaic.
NINETY
SUBURBAN
TOWNS
within from ten minutes to one hour of
Grand Central Station are briefly described
in No. 23 cf the "Four-Track Series" of the
New York Centra.. Some of the Information
1? as follows:
Distance and time from Grand Central
Station.
Number of trains per day.
Number of trains on Sunday.
Regular fare.
Excursion rates.
Monthly commutation.
Family ticket rate.
Price cf lots.
Price of house*.
Rent of hous€-a.
Name end address of reliable real estate
agent,
Sent free poet paid, on receipt of a one
cent stamp, by GEORGE K. DANIELS.
G. P. A.. Grand Central Station, New York.
li. Y. Sw6lngor.. A. H. Tarpenter. C. It. Carpenter
Firm of
Leonard J. Carpenter,
41 Liberty St. & IJBI 3d Aye.,
Makes a specialty of the collection of rents and
the entire management of property.
HOUSES FOR SALE AND RENT
IfURMSIIEU AM) I Ml lIMMII I).
In most desirable section of city.
ALSO WESTCHESTKH CO.
/Js'D OUT OF TOWN PROPERTIES.
CYRUS FIELD JUDSON,
COR. CTH AVIS. AND -121* ST.
TEI.KPHONE. NEW YORK CITY.
Xttortgagc Coana.
"\fONEY I/)ANED at 4"^. amounts to suit: business
jJ±. confidential: will klvo money at once. CX>NFI
HEN'TIAU Box 40. Tribune Office.
€itn {Jropcrlg for Sale.
| BARGAINS IN PROPERTY. \
X HOI SES I* CITY f
|< AND NEARBY %
T SCBrRBAN DISTRICTS, «
% Ringing in price from 1.300 00 to $10,000.00, X
<*' EACH GOOD OF ITS KIND. <*>
I WILL BE SOLD I
X XT x %
I LOW PRICE I
4, AND ON |,
I EASY TERMS. |
$ Particulars at office of «►
I THE BIRKBECK COMPANY, I
I No. 3 Cooper Union. |
Qii PER WEEK TOTAL COST.— A model House, meet
•JPvJ ing ©very requirement for refined people; splendid
neighborhood, ln the city, with all conveniences, but above
all. LOW IN PRICE and offered on TERMS WHICH
WILL INTERJFKT YOU. costing to carry lees than rent;
these are sew; eight to ten rooms; gat. electricity, run
ning water; onTy 80 minutes from Manhattan business
centre; they are out of the common, and worthy of your
consideration. Write for particulars to 1.. Poatofflce Box
2.078. New-York.
IjY>R fIALK OR RENT— I 24 E. 66TH-ST — me
X three stury brick and brownstone private dwelling:
high pound: hardwood trim; modem improvements; newly
decorated; a decided bargain. Inquire on premises, or
«M. H. JACKSON & CO., 860 Bmaiiwsy.
(Tilp Projjertij for Sale or Co £et.
YEW PRIVATE IWBUJSfiR. Wnst Side: three for
.*> sale, three for rent, on 103d-et., between Boulevard
ami W«?st Rnd-ave. ; strictly first class private neighbor
hood. Address P. O. Box 134.
(Dnt of (Eoum \)i opt r tn for Sale.
SPLENDID INVESTMENT.— I2OO.OOO will purchase a
central, fee simple business property In Baltimore,
M 3., that will pay 6 per cent clear of all expenses. Ad
dress B. N. BANKAXiO, 12 at. Paul-*-, Baltimore, Md.
NEW- YORK DiAILY TRIBT^XE. SUNDAY. eTT^NE 24, 1900.
Hiifnrraol)fi> 3tpartmcnlo %o £ct,
fy The ) Cor. 116 th St.
Granite -
; Morningside Park.
The healthiest, coolest and most convenient
location uptown ; beautiful view of thf> Park.
New handsomely finished and decorated
Apartments of 6, 7 & rooms,
with every modern improvement and convenience,
FOR LESS RENT
than any similar apartments in the city.
One superb Corner Suite of 14 rooms, with
8 windows facing the Park — two
baths-for $150.°°
A Corner Apartment of 8 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
pinks; lavatory between bedrooms; china
closet in dining room ; handsome entrance
hall ; first-class liveried service. Rents
$6Oto $75.
E. S. WING, Agt.,
N. W. Cor. Central Park West and 108 th St
ii r nrniol)ci> QVpartmcnts £o Cet..
AN ATTRA«TTIVE suite, near Stuyvenant Park., one or
two bedrcv-ms, parlor, linll nrd batb ln t!t>t class
apartment, to rent furnished from July let fnr three
monthr. Satisfactory references required Addreea I' B
TJ:i East 17t!i st.. New- York.
.fnrtusf)e& Rouses (Jo £et— Coantrn.
BERKSHIRE HILLS.
To rent, furnished, for summer, large houee. beauti
fully Eltuated on Castle Hill: pleasant shaded rounds;
modern Improve -nents; plazzus, stable, garden, fruit. Ice.
$800 for season. Apply to
MRS. SETH L. SHBIJ-ON.
Great I'.nrrlnirton. Mass.
A. SUMMER HOME-BRANDON, VERMONT.
AN UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY
To secure for the Sum '»«T, or lonffer, a K^ntleman's coun
tn r«Ueno». furnished; lnr K e brick nmnsl.n and stable,
and about 14 acres nf ro;ind3. ronslsttnß of lawns car
den, posture and meadow. Shade tr.-,... nn.l fruit in
?h- n £i7 < ?- , In , teau " f«lf «l village of limnd..n. Vermont, in
the midst of the Oreen Mountains. Fine scenery. good
roads. pure air. Houee ha« bathroom*, wwersie? steam
tt O "J. f - lml " wlthln ccv *' n minutes 1 walk. Terma mo.l
«rate. Address B. J. OSMSUEE. Urandon. Vt.
WYCHMERE SEASHORE COTTAGES,
(Cape Cod). Harwich. Ma.is. Furnished home*; wide
platras. open fireplaces, bathrooms, set tubs, pure running
* h a ';. r; cn f. < ' rr lul,1 ul , sani tat , oni coo breezy, forests along *ea-
WHITE MOUNTAINS, N. H.
.handsomely furnished oottSSjea for rent In Bethlehem,
in". "•• * l<v "' rl< " ,"? nt 10 every roem; fuil Bunltarj- plumb
r™r open f wood nr "" and furnace: l»n« piazzas : ■ every
mste of l!eth!»h"m; »' lth the located we 8 t end ""the c 1?
view unequalled. Full particulars from B t end of village
view unequalled Full pujtlculani from M»age.
t R. H. HALSTEAD, 22 Cortlandt St.. N. Y.
ADIRONDACKS.
Any one desirous of securlnsr (i comfortably furnished
cottage or camp in the Adlrondacks .-an aeleot such li
\i v-^iVi > 'i? ni i, C< i m h '' *' v by a > I >' n to CLARENCE
M. NOBLE. 61 William St., New y,,r)c. at once
"R E ,V * i si sT ~ To v >«• s<i ' ' on or y ' ar - '«»>• fur-
J_» nlshcd 14 room house, near water: all improve
a-i&ii'i'Jt 1 ° r ad<lr ' ss BIAR iN - Cropsy-ave. and Hay
at is Lip, i.. I.
Prices creatly reduced for furntnh<>4 cottages. A num
ber of fl^ant ]. laces can still be rented at about one-half
the ordinary prices. Call or write C. T. SMITH Isllp
MOOSEWOOD CAMP.
For rent, went »hore of I^ake Placid. In midst of
for.«f. adjacent to Whlt^face Inn. where meals may be
taken; running water in camp, which contains HvlnK
room, kitchen and teven bedrooms; fully furnished In
cluding linen, tlrewood; suitable for light housekeeping
boathouse; rent $000 for reason. wiring.
V. A. SI3AMAN. 40 Wall-st.
ORIENTA POINT. Mamaron*ck. N. V.— Furnished
house to rert for season or year- 8 bedrooms 2 bath
room*, lavatory on first floor; directly on Bound, with
£r£«^ n i? *f * Ch ; , ' rac ''-"' t * rms to •"»•'<! tenants. AdJceaa
Or\VNER, BOX 22. Mainaj-Dneck. N. V.
10 ""' ° n "° Uth iW - "-*
Brooklnn fJropmn Jor Sale.
2 AND 3 STORY HOUSES.
PRICES LOW. TEhJls TO SUIT.
NE W Mldwood Street, near Flatbuih Ay.
Urtnrnu 8o «>!"»'*• from New york. Swell
UULHN and square front, box stoop. Foyer
J^i-Vv. ._. ' of saloon parlors; up to date to the
STONE smallest detail; hardwood trim.
"■" ' l 1 open plumbing, filed bath rooms.
HOUSES tsan " " OUBB ln New York would
/■■'■T.~ TW cost three to five times what I
KJFAP am asking. Can l.c seen any day.
ft 1~/-tr> w. A. A. BROWN, owner, corner
DDftCDtr^T Fletbush Ay. and Mldwood St. Open
' r* Vy-rH-V-l evenings until B. Sundays and Hol-
DA D W Moys all tar.
rAhIS, Sena for ILLUSTRATED UOOKLET.
$300
and balance less than rent buys ape of my 2 family
hiiinaa. all improvements; asphalt rtreeta; within on« and
a half block* of "L." station and 2 line* of trolley, open
Sunday. C. O. CO/. IKK & CO., 4211 Fulton-«». t>»«*cat
at. *UUon. Brooklyn Union "L."
JBrooklnu Propcrtn for 6alc.
(Tonntrn Propmn fox Sale.
ffoVi«a OFFERS YOU
v^S£r*« w A HOUSE
INGLESIDE, Within a short distance of City Hall,
Flushing. New York, a house beautiful in design,
~ modern in finish and replete with
MARTFN9F every convenience, allowing you to
West Brooklyn OCCUpy and pay for jt nt NOT MORE
west urooKlyn. THAN YOUR PRESENT RENT.
D a ha m dad. ABSOLUTE OWNERSHIP, MOST
RARITAN PARK, REFINED NEIGHBORHOOD.
Stater^ Island. Lots for safe investment; small
payment down; will double in value
DEMOREST soon .
on the Hilltops, -777, r. — r^— — 1
New Jersey. [■ Call or write us for tickets.
New Jersey. U
60-62 Liberty St., Manhattan.
FAIRVIEW. Yonkera. X. T. — High, healthful, beautiful,
•■sslhlo. several handsome houses now ready; mod
erate prices; easy terms. Send for booklet. GORDON, 20
Hast 42nd.
T^NGLJBWOOD.— Fre» and clear, fine gentleman's place.
Xli about five acres; elegant house; every modern Im
provement; electric light, gas. water, heat: large lawn;
tine stable, fruit: near trolley; 30 minutes to New-York;
mlcrht exchange for good New-York City Income or lot*
frco nnd clear, or very lightly mortgaged.
HENRY MERHITT. Jr., 155 Broadway.
Xnrniehcb to £ct — (Tonntrn.
Hotel Sorrento
AND
Furnished Cottages
Situated on Frenchman's Bay, Sorrento, Me., 5
miles from Bar Harbor: steam heated and lighted
by electric lights. Unsurpassed combination of
Ocean, Mountain, and Forest. Fine drives; safe
harbor for boating and cancelns;.
TUB COTTAGES ARK ALL .VICELV
FinMSHI'l), plumbing ana sanitary condi
tion perfect. To rent at reasonable prices.
For terms, references, and full Information ail
dress 'X. H. LAWRENCE. Borr. Maine.
AT ORIENTA POINT,
Mamaroneck on the Sound.
One of New York's most beautiful «üb"i-bs. 43 minutes
from Grand Central Depot, two furnished houses to rent
for eeaton or year.
A house of 18 rooms ill bedrooms), two bathrooms,
lavatory on first floor; electric l'eht, steam heat: fix acres
of well shaded ground*; stable; terms on application.
Also h<ji.^.e of 12 rooms (H bedrooms), bathroom; lava
tory on tlrst floor: electric iight; newly furnished: about
an acre of ground ; stable; $750 for season. Apply to T.
L, RUSHMOUE. Mamaroneck. N. V.. or F. H. BELL, 47
East 10th St.. New York City.
AT I MAS, LAKE GUOUGB.
Beautifully situated, very attractive, convenient, fully
furnished cottage, near luKe and hotel: six bedrooms; rea
sonable r»nt fur season. HOL.BROOK A THOMAS. 55
L(l*rty Street. s
iTtUKNMHBD, detache.l hou»». on Crimttr Hill. Mount
V»rr i. to let t.i Oftol>er 1; all Improvements; nlno
i'., m». email rent: lame lawn: shade Call Koom <08,
No. 160 Naiisau *t.. N>» W.rk
Beat (fotatc tDantcb.
WANTED.— Furnished cottage; good fishing; three
hours from New York: high ground: moderate, rent;
unexceptional references given. - Address COTTAQCR, flOl
lltn-st- Brooklyn. N. £ "
Drookinn Propcrtn /or 9alc.
Conntrn Propertn fox Sale.
HARBOR HILL,
NEW Hit H.il lon STATED ISLAND.
For sale, on account of owner's removal, attractive 12
room modern frame residence an Harbor Hill New
Brighton; :y» feet above ■'..■ water; fine view; excellent
sanitary conditions; all Improvements; 43 minutes from
Wnll St.; UK-, fare: pleasant surroundings; churches nnil
pchools; adjoining Harbor Hill golf links; price *S Juo
For Inpectton permit »n>iy to CORNELIUS KOLFF 00
Broadway, New Tork.
RAnAPO HILLS ESTATE.
02S acres In the hills of Northern N. ,T . .".•", miles from
New York: section noted for Its healthfulnes pure
mountain air and water: eeveral (traml bulliilng stti with
extended view of valley, river, and mountain: swift run
ning stream through property for almust two mil.**: -too
acres tillable lan.l. balance woodland: stone and frame
dwelling. 14 rooms: outbuildings will accommodate UK»
head of stock; al*-> water pfiwer with irrUt and sawmill,
adjoining railway: price $4<>.ono Folio 5727
PHIL.UP 3 & WELLS. Tribune Building.
FOR SALE.
Delightful Place in the Berkshire Hills,
MASSACHUSETTS,
Consisting of on* r.ew. finely designed and well-built
dwelling house. never occupied: ono additional dwelling
h>>ua«. very little used since It was thoroughly rebuilt:
one carriage house and stable.
Three hundred and thirty acres of farm and wood land.
The farm land In excellent condition, timber load, ad
joining, all on the foothills of Mount Everett. Live itock
fowl* and farm Implement* In rood order. Excellent
water. Charmlnir views.
For *sU«, very cheap, to close an estate. Terms nay.
aonable.
Address CHARLES L. FREER, Administrator's Anal
JCo. OX9 Vklon Tniat BuIKU^K. J>«truU, JUc&U&av
Urooklnn Propcrtn for Sale.
(Tonntrn Propertn fox Sale.
TRUSTEES' SALE
OF FINE COUNTRY ESTATE
AT OOSHEN, N. Y.
WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC II I ll—.
MONDAY, JULY 9, at 11:30 o'Cloct,
AT THE COIRT HOUSE. GOSIIKN. S. T.
THE TRUSTEES OF ESTATE OF MRS. JUST
ELLEN HAIGHT WILX. OFFER AT PritUC SAL 3
THE MANSION. PARK AND FARM OF THE LAT3
MARY ELLEN HAIOHT; THIEF ROUSE HAS ABOUT
20 ROOMS: EXTENSIVE- GREENHOUSES; COMPLET2
PLANT FOB CHICKEN FARM OF SEVERAL THOU
SAND. FITTED WITH INCUBATORS. &C\ : SPLESDD
STABILE. FINISHED IN HARD WOOD: SKTEKALCOT
TAGES. TUn FISH PONDS. A SPLENDID t"»LD PARS
OF NATIONAL REPUTATION; PROPERTY CONSISTS
OF ABOUT >>• ACRES: GOSHEN IS P.EACTIFTLLT
SITUATED IN THE HEART OF ORANGE COUNT?.
AND IS DESTINED T(» INCOME THE TROTTTNO AN'3
PACING CENTRE OF THE UNITED STATES; HAS
FASTEaT HALF-MILE TRACK IN THE I'MTED
STATES. AND IS JUST COMPLETING rERFECT ONa
MILE TRACK: WITHIN PAST FEW TEAB»QW»*3
•F BEST'STOt^K IN COI'NTRY HAVE Pi >UGIIT COr>-
TRY SEATS AT OR NEAR GOSHEN. FOR PARTKT
LARS AND TERM? AtVORESS J W. GOTT. «SC?HEN:
-s< iRNTtI^^WEK. BYRNE. MILLER & V ■ 'TTER. J»
HROAD ST.. • p. ma.\!.::y A. RAYMOND. 1^ BROAD
WAY. NEW YORK CITY.
Superior Houses
FOR SALE.
Queen Anne, detached, on plot 30x
100. All the latest modern improve
ments. Hardwood trim. Expos*!
sanitary plumbing.
John Dayton & Co.,
BUILDERS,
Bowne Park, Murray Hill Station. Flashing
FOR SALE. — BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY HOE
Practically r.-w: a hours fivm New Tork ar.d r>!u "S
phla: 1"> rooms. 4 with t>ath: hot an.l coW water, t*.^
wood florrs. an.l open ftrepl^ces; litun-lry: f^>^ **^3
stable ar.J carriage-hiupe; Z'-t acre*: beautlf-il rr ** ■• ■ ■
shrubbery: apples, pears, cherrlrs- three minutes ~'
street cars; adjoins nit ground?: beautiful country Jr.ro.
will soil, fully or partly rurn>h?d; 1-3 ca?h. •'-****_5
*hi per cent: or will esdaamn tot Imr-roved « - ;i i
priperty. or coal or timber lands accessible to rii.ro*-^
immediate possession. Kjr particulars, princljals ••»
addresa
CAL.VIN X BHOV>HEAD, East "- pl< *
■\rANHANSET. SHELTER ISLAND.- FurnisSiJ *t-
Jl. t.»!te. eligibly lcoateil; hot and coM rur.nisj «•!■•
bath. etc. OtO. S. COLiIAX. W!> Broadway.
ONF. OF THE nXEST ESTATES ON ?U3 :VDtO*
li. U WINTERS. 50 Pinr S:.
SEASnORR t/0m FOR SALE !n Ea«t GI«««\-*
O)ooc«ster, Mass.. dlrectlv on the A'.lsn'.ic WJJ2
ml>!way between U*i?» Kv.>cks and E.ntern I'vlr.t. ;1 * 4 111
from Thatcher's i.i!ar..l to Doston Harbor. Directly *j
site starting ani ttn!*nlnK point of the tr.al cv<ur*i *
l'nit«l States tat:ie»h!r.'. Finest ocean view on 2*°s2>Sf
lantlc Ocean. Three minutes' walk to fl"*s; "••^3
b*i has in New-En(t'.ei<!. F»ve minutr»' »«!• ts "2
Mass Rocks cv Eastern »•• lr>t Go!f Links. Fln^'t "3*^
courses in the country. This ir. unJi'ut»tevilv the rta **jr
shoi. pruv^riy on Mussaohusetts Uay. Write for P*"
ana particulars to „,_
IHKI. J. MKA.ill. Glcucesier. »■*
"VI 1 MIHI'OHT. K. I." ,_,
s \ " ■■
Countrn Propcrtn fox Sale or £o C*
AT IlAYPOttT.— Pretty furnished cottage: rent **5
-TV' boating. Uniting, driving; will a*li. Owner. Uo* ~~
Patchotru*. 1_ 1. ___.
A'JS/L
Dished or unfurnished house*, with all .*■•;"■ —
T. V DORLAND. EUm si . n.'ar dej>ot. ArIUXW- J^
"T^NOLHWOOD:— For furnUSeJ houses. .<unntr.er ■ ;oI J
J-J ex. and property for *_le or rent. a* !Jr J*»
WK\THKKi:Y A i\>.. *1> Dean St.. Ernel**'"^- **•/__
AliscclUineons. ___«-•
Would you learn so to live a* to *
healthy, happy, useful and successful?
Visit MacKinnon.
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