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QUARTERLY STATEMENTS.
(Ft\<4 with the rtailijpad Commissioners.)
ELMIRA AND LAKE ONTARIO.
Anril Ito June —
GrSiTUrnlrKß $174,445 $191,394 IV<-.»l9;>4S>
r!ir * 11,231 57 Inc. 11,174
gSclt MM* T. 253 Inc. 17.127
ELMIRA AND WILLIAMSPORT.
Anrtl 1 to Jon* 30 —
Gr^ s earnings ?253.400 $2R3,035 Dec.s3.-5.62«J
Ml ' *arnlng« ¦ 2fi..ir,C, 60.725 Dec. 33.370
gTflclt 18 ' 3S(J •IS.WSJ Inc. 38.553
•Surplus.
April I to .Tune SO —
/trosf eani!nß» $4,270
Vet earring 2.4.V8
Other Income 24
Borplus . am
TRADE IX Chicago.
Chicago. July 29 (Special).— The breaking of the
Western drouth on Sunday took Sc off the corn
price to-day. It all came off at the opening, but
there was a little recovery from the bottom. Sep
\ t«mb<T opened from 54c to 52%r. sold between He
and 52i»c. and closed at 52^sc: December closed at
K'ic; the May at oS^c. The last prices were 2^ic
to 2?* c under the Saturday. The Polling was from
ever}' direction, mainly liquidation by Western
longs. There were a few feeble efforts at support
from local bulls, but no determined buying. There
was no difference of opinion as to the thoroughness
of. the rain. There continues a wide difference as
to how much recovery can result where the drouth
¦was the worst. More rain is promised. The visible
increased 145,009 bushels, the Chicago stock in
crefcsecl 201,000 bushels. Country offerings were
large, showing the effect of the rains on the cash
people West. The shipping demand was plow, the
, seaboard disposed to await a further break. Sales
here were about 150,000 bushels, half of it to go
West. Clearances were only 29,000 bushels; receipts
were 210 cars, with 270 for Tuesday. The seaboard
reported M loads.
Wheat lost 2c. Declines at Liverpool and sym
pathy with the coarse grain weakness were the
, influences. September sold at tide and at 67*60. and
closed at ff^ic; December closed at 69*»c. Selling
tv holders was the feature. The North had
showers: clear an>i cool weather is promised for
to-morrow. The Western movement was larpKN
country offerings showed a considerable increase.
Clearances were 5C6.0C0 bushels. Primary receipts
«re 1,505,000 bushels, against 1.262.000 bushels last
year. World's shipments were about 10.000.000 bush
els. The visible increased 1.553.000 bushels: there
was an increase on passage of 3.000,000 bushels.
The shipping demand ana slow, in view of the
break: sal"6 about 100,003 bushels. There was i
car of new spring wheat here. Professionals are
bearish. To-night's prices are 6c under a week
ago.
There was the saw experience in oats as in corn
—general selling bj Western longs and a severe
break. The market lost about 2c and closed l%c to
4 c under Saturday. September sold at 33\c and at
Sc. closing at S2Tsc; the May, 35% c. There was an
increase in country offerings. There were 240 cars
here, with M cars for Tuesday. The visible de
creased m.M» bushels. There was just as little
attempt at support in oats as In corn.
Flajcseed was dull, but steady, cash prices up lc
• at $1 St: futures unchanged. September $1 60 and
October $1 53Vg. At the three points there were 27
cars of seed, against 4& cars last year.
There were enormous hog receipts, 57,000 head, in
stead of IMH head estimated; prices at the yards
were 10c to 15c lower. There were 75.000 hogs
West, against 53.000 jast year. Yet. in spite of
this bearish news and of the weakness of the
grain markets, packers supported provisions and
cosed them at about Saturday's figures to a trifle
over. The Cudar.ys continue to buy January lard;
At our bought ribs.
:\rr'.iou Sales— finanriol.
" L.OI IS MESIEB. Auctioneer.
REGULAR AUCTION SALE OF
STOCKS AND BONDS
By ADRIAN H. MULLER . SON,
WEDNESDAY, JULY 31, 1901,
At 12:30 o'clock, at the New York Real Estate Sales-
Iroom. 11l Broadway.
- BY ORDER OF EXECUTORS.
1 Membership Consolidated Stock & Petroleum Ex
change.
M shs. East River National Bank.
20 «hs. Western Union Telegraph Co. . .
10 ehs. K. Y. Central & Hudson River R. R. Co.
8 Bha. Merchants 1 Exch. Natl. Bank.
23 «h«. Delaware & Hudson Canal Co.
I ISO shs. Hanover Fire Ins. Co.
$;.000 Mutual Union Tel. Co. Slcgr. fd. 6s. 1911.
$10,001 Western Union Tel. Co. Coll. Trust 6s. 1938.
BY ORDER OF ADMINISTRATOR.
5 Fbt. Natl. Bank of Commerce.
t 20 eh«. Nyack Nail. Bank.
' 10 ¦ha.Katl. Bank ftate cf Missouri.
M she. Adams Express Co.
31 ah N. Y. New Haven & Hartford R. R. Co.
IS sh«. 3d Natl. Bank of St. Louis.
$5 000 St. Louie. Kansas City & Nor. Ry. (St. Charles
Bridge) let Mtee. «5 p. c. Bds.. 100«.
$5.V«i Adams Exprws Co. Coll. Trust 4*. 1948.
FOU ACCOUNT OF WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
60 Eh«. Winchester Trusty C".
50 she. Honie Jnpurp.nce Co.
40 shf. Greenwich ire Inr. Co.
JS.i.-M Chateaugay Ore & Iron Co. Mtge. 83»., 181... and
$4.5 Ci Atlantic Mutual Ins. Co. Scrip. 189»-l»0O.
35 6h(.. Ninth National Bank.
lt>i) 6hs. Merchants' National Bank.
5 eh«. United States Trust •'..
US ehs. Phenix National Bank.
23 eh*. Fourth National Bank.
« f'.K. Manhattan County Bank.
3 ths. Bank of the Ptate. of New York.
1 th. Bank of America.
"%• shs. ivionia! Life Ins. Co. of America.
' Z(*) «hs. Central Fire Works Co. common.
190 Bhs. Electric Enamelling Co.
. 100 rtia. Macnus Metal Co. 8 i*r cent, pfd.
150 »h«<. Che^fman Cotton Gin Co.
100 shs. Quickrilvor Mining Co. pM.
60 shs. National Bank of th<- Republic.
I HcfßberaMp Adirondack !.«*srue Club.
B(V> shs. <Ja» & Electric Co. of Berpen Co.
J7 000 Cas and Electric Co. of Bergen Co. Ti': per <ent.
Deb. Besatd. Bda.. IVM.
«3 s«>ft Rome City Ry. Co. Ist Mtge. 1%. It*./).
Ip shs. Room City Ry. Co.
M «h*. Fifth Avenue Bank. .
2f«. Bhs. Chatham National Bank.
40 Sin. American Exchange National Bank.
2f»o shs. Atlantic Trust ''••
300 she. N. V. Fiiielity ar.d Ouar. Co. of Baltimore.
51 s):s. Market and Fultcn National Bank.
200 eh-. Mechanic*' KatL Hank.
12 shs. Home Insurance <'¦'¦¦
*10,000 Ohio Mininß * Monf'K Co. s' , Inc. Mtge. Bis.
l"0 »h*. Batonilas Mini rig Co.
financial.
THE DENVER AND RIO GRANDE
RAILROAD COMPANY.
J.'otlre Is hereby given to holders of til* preferred stock
•f The Rio Grand" Western Railway Company that on
«ad after Ju'v 17 «nd until October 1. 1901. this Com
pany will receive their preferred stock at Itn office. No.
[ 135 Broadway. New York City, and Issue in exchange
'¦ therefor preferred chares of this Company as promptly as
Is practicable on the basis of eleven '11) shares of the
• preferred stock of this Company for ten (10) «ha.res of the
preferred etock of The nio Grande W«:ern Railway
Company.
AH stock errtWlca.teji prepente-^ f-r exchange must be
properly »r.doiT.< & and have the necessary revenue stamps
•tnted
No fractional shares will be Insuei!. :,ut provision will
. be made 'or the axslfmrnent of rights attcciiing to frac
tional holdicss.
KIM. \lt 11. lIOOTII. Secretary.
The Denver & Rio Grande Railroad Co.
185 Broadway. N. Y.
This Company Is now prepared to bMW, and will an
Promptly eg is practicable. Its preferred atoafe in exchange
*or Its Interirr Ortjfi'-ateii IwntajCavi Issued, and will pay
interest at the rate ,i .",% per annum on the said (ertlri
cMt-t trmm May 2<Jth to June :«)th. 1901. inclusive.
EIKJAH H. BOOTH. Secretar>". ,
NOTICE
To tin- bolder* of
: SUADOAUD AIR I.IKE RAILWAY
•'I per rent .rrtifl. :it«-M. line .'i::r«h a«. 1!KI^:
Notice la hereby given to the holder* of the ?3.4iK>,Oiw
- Si^SK 11 Atr LJn * Railway C% Certificates, due March
«• "88. th»t the same are hereby railed for redemption,
»> tccoro.nce with the termt of their lx*ue, and will
, »* Mia off. r>rinclpal and Interent accrued thereon, on
' Cr*?, n ii * th - I*ll. "I* 0 " |.re»ertatl<,n at the office of the
liVi nul TVxißt Company. Trustee, naltlmore. Mary
••¦no. OB which date Internet on raid certificate* will cease.
SKAIIOAHI) AIR MM: HAIIAVAV.
- n ' l:- J. M. SHERWOOD. Secretary.
financial flUrtinns
'NOTICE OP ANNUAL MEETING.
TO STOCKHOLDERS OF
WELLS, FARGO & COMPANY.
o^thl ar .* rrt>)r notified that th« n<-xt Annual Meeting
It,', " ¦ •¦¦'¦'¦*'* of .'.' company f<>r M,. election of
•ucfa ,7? '? the ««wu»n« ¦ y«ar, and the transaction of
** hel?T bus! "**« a* Mr »me before the ranting, will
< Rf*«n i 2 '?* om °* <* the < Secretary of the Company.
; Mteirt'-t "¦- ' mpany'« founding, corner of See .• and
Auruu i.,^" 1 *** PranelKoo. California, on Thursday,
'{illL.rf" 1 1 I' 1 -" 50 »'«''¦»«* A. At. — Trantfr Nooks
1901 cloe< d Saturday, Ju'.y _-7. and reoptr.e'i August Fth,
.NA-JI.AN . ,-TKIN. Secretary.
.- ¦ '" . ' . .¦'
Cankers anO Brokers
Redmond, ) Hi?h c - 8
Kerr&Co. Investment
BA.VKEKS. j ~
a wall st .n. t. / &cnnties
litt of current efferia^a * M t on «p?llc*tioiu
Transact a general banhiig baaaeij.
Receive rtepo.-Ui »übj«ct to drift. DirideiuSi
•nd lntereit collected and remitted. Act si Flucal
Aeeuts for and negotiate and lasne loans of rail
road*, street railwajs. sag companle«, etc. Secnrl
tin bonght and <old on comiulMtoa. Uembura al
fcirw York Stock Exchange.
Issue Travellers'
Letters of Credit
available throughout the world.
ELECTRIC.
FHiLADKf.I'niA. OOMsaVOHMMaVI
U II A II All, KKItK A (O.
Letters of Credit
FOR USE OF
TRAVELERS and TOURISTS
AVAILABLE
THROKiMOI T THE WORLD
isst:kt> p.y
KOUNTZr-: BROTHERS
I— APWAI A CBDAat ST.. m:u voiik.
Bank & Trust Co.
Stocks
D I3 ALT IN.
CZtINTOItI GILBERT
2 WALL ST.
BQGOY,HicLELLAN&C0 M
BANKERS.
No. 57 Broadway, New York City.
MEMBERS NSW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE.
STOCKS, BONDS AND INVESTMENTS.
Orders Executed
For Investment or on Margin.
FOR SALE
Gas Engine & Power Co. Stock,
Railway Automatic Sales PTd Stock.
Frederic H. Hatch,
NO. 30 BROAD STREET.
fred'k T. IHarquand
BROKER..
35-37 BroaLd St.. N. Y.
Direct Wire to Exchange.
Telephone call 3030 and 3031 Broad.
Angnalna 8. (mrhnni. John R. Yon <i'h«lrl..
Tel. sH:to X 5981 ( nrtlundi. Cable Tur|t«leum.
VAN SCHAICK & CO.
X. V. Stock I'Urhaagii,
MEMBERS OF Pradace Kxchnnarr. and
, Chicago Board (if Trade.
7 WALL STREET.
Baltimorr, -'-I Km! German St.
Branch Office. 14 W. 33d. Telephone S7& Mad. Ptj.
I. F. MEAD. T. H. CT'RTI3.
I. F. Mead & Co.,
4-1 A 1(1 IIRdADWAI. >. Y.
Twenty-five • -jrs' men.!- ,»hip in N. T. Stock Exch.
STOCKS & BONDS
Bought and sold for ca*h. o; on margin.
DE HAVEN & TOWNSEND
40 Wall Street. m Chestnut Street,
NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA,
Mrniliem of ib«- >>w-Vork ntiil Philadelphia
Stock Cx.liniiLi-n Our offices li.-l» con
nected by private telegraph, nnler« In either
market ill be promptly executed.
OFFICE OP
The Baltimore& Ohio Railroad Co.
NEW YORK. July 23. 1901J
The Board of Directors this day declared from the net
earnings of the <\>mpany for the six months ended June
i**> 1901. a dividend of two <2> per cent, on the preferred
af>ck of the Company, to be paid September 3, 1001, to
the stockholders of record at the closing of the transfer
bcoks on Augruft 17. l'J<Jl. Tilt- Hoard also declared from
the purplus earnlr.gß of the Company a dividend of two
(2) per cent, on the Common Stock of the Company,
payable on September 3, 1901. to the utocJiholders of
record at the closing of Un? transfer books on August
17. 11K>1. For the purpose of such dividends the transfer
bookH of the Company will be closed at 12 noon on
Aupurt 17, 1091. and will be reopened at ten o'clock A. 41.
on Sept. 3. v.mji.
THE UALTIMOItK & OHIO RAILROAD CO..
by C. W. AVOOLI'ORU. Secretary.
NEW YORK. July £3. 1001.
The transfer books of the Votlnc Trustees of the pre
ferred and common stock trust certificate* of The Haiti
more and Ohio Railroad Company will close In New York
at 12 noon on August 17. IWI, and will r<*op*n at ten
o'clock A. M. on September 3. 1801.
On September 3, ll>ol, the Voting Trustees will be pre
pared to distribute at their* office. No. 2 Wall Street,
New York City, the above dividends of two per cent,
upon the preferred p.tock and two p*r cent, upon the
common stock, when received by them. among; the parties
entitled thereto as the same appear of record on their
books when doted as above.
William loinon . Mcirtin Krilmnnn,
,tm 11. Knlin, Loulh FttCKerald.
CburU'N M«-<-I«-. Voting 'I'rutteeit.
ST. LOUIS AND SAX FRANCISCO IIAILIIOAU
COMPANY.
New York, July 8, 1001.
mOE BOARD OF 'DIRECTORS of this Com
pany has this day dedamd a quarterly dividend of
ONE (1) PR!: CENT, out of the surplus «»n»nin(ts of this
Company, payable on September 3. 11)01. to the holders of
the second preferred stock of this Company of record at
the 'I'.sf- of bacinedl on AUKU&t 15. 1001.
The transfer books of the second preferred stork will
rtO— at :i P. M. on August 1.1. UMH. and wili remain
clo««-d until 10 A. M. September 4. IWH. <"he.ju*» will be
mailed by the CONTINENTAL TRUST CO. of the City
of New York. FREDERICK STRATHS,
Assistant Secretary.
On and aft<-- September S.I. 1801. the voting? tru«te,.s
will be prepared to pay the above dividend to holders of
vrting truM certificates for second preferred stock of
rec< rd at the eloaw of business on Auftuxt 15th. 1001. at
the ofllce of the CONTINENTAL TRUST COMPANY of
the City of New York. No. 80 Broad Street. New York
City, on presentation by them of their voting truHt cer
tificates for exchange lor stock certificates.
J. KENNEDY TOD .<• CO.,
Agent* of the Voting Trustees.
CLEVELAND. CINCINNATI. CHICAGO & ST. LOUIS
RAILWAY >'"
i£ DIVIDEND OF TWO PBB CENT, hnt- been
¦^ declared en «h»- Common Capital Stock of this Com
pany, payable September 3d next at the office of Messrs.
J. P. Morgan & Co., New York, to stockholders of record
at 3 o'clock P. M.. August Kith, at which time the trans
fer books will t..» closed.
The bocks will he reopened September 4th.
CHARLES F. COX, Treasurer
M-'.W YOIIK IKM'IIAL ASD HUDSON RIVKR
M l,i:<> M) CUMI'A.W.
< it!;.e of tho Tr"a."ur«r. New York. July 27, 1001.
\ DIVIUKNO OF one and one-quarter per
* cent. OH the capital stock of the ROME, WATER
TOWN * OODENBBCRO RAILROAD COMPANY will he
paid by the Htm York Central and Hudson River Hall
road Company, lespee (under the provisions of the contract
between the two e«rn|/anies) at this office on and after
Aurxst IS, 1901, to Ftn'kh'ildf-r»s of record at the closing
cl the tiansfer bocks en July Slat. Iff 1.
GEOUOE B. PRIKCE. Treasurer
New York. July 24 i<»ij
A DIVIDEND of tv.o and one-half (J»J,i per
" cent, on the First Preferred Stock, and one ID per
cent, on the Second Preferred Stock of the OMAHA
WATER i OMI'ANY will b». paid by the undersigned on
August 10. 14*01. at Its office. No. 22 Wllllim Street. New
York, to the registered holders of the certificates of bene
ficial interett pertaining to bald «twk of record on the
books of the undersigned August 1. U«i.
Tin" 1 •'iiriinTn' Limn A Trn«t Co.. Asent.
( hi.nuo. Inillnnniioll" and I„„is ,i I Rail.
\a > < c>.
No. SO llroadwr.y, New York, July 27th, 1001
/ lOUFOKS of the First Mortgage Bonds of the
C 41. Div. of the Louisville. New Albany & CU
caro Uy. Co. due. August Ist. 1901, mil be paid at the
nmcf of Messrs. J. P- Morgan & Co.. A3 Wall St.. N. Y.
Om J. A. HILTON, Secretary.
THE CORN EXCHANGE BANK.
New York, July 17th. ISM.
rpriK nOAItD OF\DIKECTOIIS has this day
¦¦~. declared a dividend of Six Per Cent. (0%) payable
on and After August Is., l'.Wl, to shareholders of record
en the doting of. the book*.
The tranf/er bookii will ** cloeed from July 10th to
August M. MM
Cashier.
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, TUESDAY, JULY 30, 1901.
Dimiiciu> Notices.
uitu&ni'j Xoiicco.
Tin: METUOI'OLIT.W WEST SIDE !"'..i:
*A 1 Li) ;:>.nn COMPANY.
__„ Treasurer's office, Chicago. July 30th. >Wl.
rpHB COUPONS for interest due August Ist.
1901, on th» First Mortgage Four per cent. 40- Year
Gold Bonds of the Metropolitan West Side Elevated Rail
way Company will bo paid In Chicago at the nHV"» of the
Company, 1,001 Royal Insurance Building, and In New
¦iork at the office of the Central Trust Company. 34
wall St., on and after that date.
GEORGE HIGUI.VSO3T, Jr.. Secretary.
THE LAWYERS' TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY OF
NEW YORK.
Si &39 Liberty Street and 44 Vi St 4* 1 . Maiden lJ>ne.
New York, July 12th. 1001.
r£HE BOARD OF DIRECTORS of this Com
pany has this day declared a dividend of TWO and
ONE-HALF per rent. I and an extra dividend of ONK
HALF per cent.. paj-able at the Company's office on Au
gust Ist. 1901. The transfer bock* will be cloaad Tues
day. July ICth, and reopened en Friday Aucutt 2d.
JOHN- DTJBR. Trensurer.
Brasi »lcimpamc"3.
CiTY TRUST CO
OF NEW YORK.
.36 WALL STREET.
OFFICERS :
JAMES ROSS CLUIIA.V. President.
JOIIX I). CRXMMIKS, Vloe-rresldctil.
GEORGE R. SHELDON, -il Vlce-Prcald't.
ah Tin it TERRY; Secretory.
WALTER W. LEE, A»Nt. Secretary.
STATEMENT JUNE SOTH. 1901.
RESOURCES^
X. Y. City bonds $2,301,807 50
Other bonds and securities 922,600 00
Bonds and mortgages 258.219 67
Bills purchased 230.926 56
Loans on collaterals 11,171.981 "1
Cash in vault and banks 1,914.297 19
Overdrafts 309 59
Interest, &c, receivable 71.934 2S
$16,932,075 40
1.1 \IHI.ITIKS.
Capital $1,000,000 00
Surplus 1 ,000,0-50 0;)
Undivided profits 401.563 83
Deposits 14,304,849 52
Interest, &c, payable 135,662 o.'
$1 6.932.075 40
l,j(,f. \r. .->a jj^r.Tß »j «j^'m "ySJIS J] 1 ?
OF NEW YORK,
NO. 30 NASSAU STREET.
C/PITAL. SURPLUS AND UNOIVID£J rROFITi.
$1,000,000.
DKSIGNATKD LEGAL DKI'OSITORY.
Allow* Intercut on ilr|>onlt».
A<-ts UN Kxeuutor, Truitlre, iirKUlrur, Ac.
HENRY C SWORDS I'rcnident.
H. H. Cammann. V. Tres. H. W. Relchley. Sec
excursion.
SOMETHING
COOL km
REFRESHING
Just what you want to cool off and get back
the energy you have lost during the hot spell.
Here's a splendid chance steamer to Boston
and Yarmouth, thence through Nova Scotia
(the land nf Evangellne.) followed by a week
on the Ghilf and Lower St. Lsiwrenee Weather
usually r>»rfec. climate everythltm that can he
desired. Return t.y way of Montreal and
Luk.-s Champlain, tleorge, and Saratoga
Leave August 1. How could you spend 13
days better? It costs only *}>J>.
PAN-AMERICAN Tickets and
Toi:rs from $'' up. Hotel ncrom
n:'»!atlon of all grades reserved.
I Programmes from
TWOS. COOK & SON.
201 and 115.% llnimhi > . New YorU.
IRON STEAMBOAT CO.
Till: DILI ALI.-\VATi:iI ItnlTK TO
CONEY ISLAND.
I>eave FOOT 22D ST.. North P.lver. 9.00 10.00 11.00
a. m.. 12.00 m., 1.00, 1 4.'.. 2. 50. B. IS, i.OO, 8.9Q o.i«>, ".<»
S.W. !».00 p. in.
Leave I'lrr iXewi \o. I. > .... ,
.North River, I Half liour la " r -
I-eave NEW IRON PIER, CONEY ISLAND 10.45.
1140 a. in., 12.40. 1.40. 2.40, 3.25, 4.10 -J. 5.1 b.40 1..44)
7.40, b.40, H.4<>. 1«. 40 p. m.
KOI'XD iit ii- TICKETS, % Z7, CEXTS.
OCEAN ROUTE TO
LONG BRANCH
PALATIAL i-m:i OCEAN STEAMER
"CGJLiUMBIA,"
Tlmr Table for 'l'u-<ln> :
I-eave Leave ;.-.i .-
Foot 22d St.. Pie.- (New) No. I. Iron PIT.
.v. rth Klver. North River. Lone Pranch.
D.BO A. M. 10,00 A. M. |2 *J P. M.
1.00 P. .M.« 1.80 p. M • 3 4,», |> M •
••80 P. M. 4.00 I. M. »i 30 P. M.
•Iron Steamboat "Taui
HOt'M) THII 1 TICKETS, 7r. CBHTS.
maun TUX!' TICKETS, so CENTS.
Excursion Routes to the Sea.
LONG ISLAND RAILROAD.
New York and Rockaway Beach Ry.
MANHATTAN BEACH.
LEAVE FOOT BAST .".4TII ST.. N. V.. »>e- ;
day*. 5.40. 0.40, 7.40, it.l'O. 11.00 A. \|.. 1210 (12.40 Sat
urday* only). 1. 10. 1.40. 2 10, 2,40, 3.10 .; 10 4 10 .'> 10,
&.41'. o.(x.>. 8.40 7.10. 7.40. 8.10. 8.40 1».3<) and Hi ¦*•¦' P. M.
Trains (top at Bast New York 2,"» minut-s after :!-ith •:
tlmo.
KIUMI WHITEHALL ST.. \. V.. via 301 St..
Pouth Brooklyn, Kerry, connecting with ft earn iiuln*.
Ix>nß i-iarixl Railroad. Leave on >v<' .•¦ 7 '<' s.f;»>,
0.00. 10.00. in-, a. M.. 12.00 noon, and fi m 1 00 P. SI
every forty minute" •<. 10 .0 V M
ExcimsioK I\JIC. 10 < i:\TS.
ROCKAWAV BEACH.
Trains leave 84th »C. E. I!.. N. Y. week dan. .'..<!>.
<5.4<>. 8 30. 9.20, 10.80. 10. SO A. M. '•'.-.(« 1.50 2.30 4.20.
L V- r ; :t "' 7 --"- -"¦ 0.20 (10.00 P. M Hamme! only)
|«jSO P. M On Saturday* additional train will l*»'--e
1.20. 2.30. 3.20 and f».50 P. M. Returning laal train leaves
th« Beach at 11.65 V M.
and education Combined.
Jl «'! f '^»w THISSKAHON'S NOVWLTT
'Tf'i*iP'H*'' l*;s*^*V.l * ;s *^*V. A ''AND OK \Vll.l>
A* 1 / Kfii Sir^^SK SIOUX INDIANS. At.
MM tJW E^IH Vi fjr?» of ill.- world. «.ian<l
fs*\ fr'/U^SPti'l.^ ' |4A concerts, n.a^nlflci'nt
Ro^S^^a-^'V'f ¥:2^;i r1 '-". '"manned ii"-
P»?a *' vV B DW au - h:kk - pfl!Btlt
B? tf4^ S It/ * IV° X imfJ »"ls»lloniiv!ft Kc.ini
\^l&sn^i-i.T-rtV''-Vj-n» < / '>nke. LlnnTk a In
TBHiHfSV.'VS'.'Tft'.Vy-i^v <nrto. "Klein Detitorh
>2foTi-'*.; -„V,/l«i.r The Hairy, boat
ty^jos J '*K i»V' I':c. !iatlil;ig. nshluif! bowl
4^ Ins, blillardi
for'lßodt Sl - fiT--, B/'i>, 10.00, 1!.« A. m.. KM.. 1 », I » til,
SiH.'ilfr .J 1 ?" ' <; f'->f '-> |: - 1 '. «.» 1 ¦!(.. 11.;.. AB.
ISIJIN 1» i..,, i, y : - ''"" , .Hand, - „ or-ly; 11.1.1 K. M. for
Ka»t .li] Ht. «nd H. M St., : rookl,n. K.V«M. an.; HOP. M.
fwOHtaadj (H. on ), : , •. •„ ,6--8 „m - rcr •" i M ,j.
iosi. BXTRA BOATS SUNDAYS.
FXCURSIO'M CENTS.
Includlna Admiealon to til Attrootlons.
WEST POIMT. NEWBURSH &
PGB&HKEEPSIE.
rP TUB PICTURESQUE HUT/SON
Grand Dolly bxcurjioa, irxcept bucdiiy.i
BY PAI^ACU IKON DAY I.J.NE STBAMER3
NEW YOItK and ALBANY.
from Brooklyn. Frltoa St.. by Annex. 8 A. M.
From .NVw Yo.k. .Oesbrowra .St. PJer. S:4u A. M.
trim New York. West 22d St. Tier. 0:00 A. M.
Returning, due Hi New York 6:30 P. M.
MORNING AND AFTERNOON CONCERTS.
l"on SAIL. UP BEAUTIFUL. SHREWSBURY TAKE THE
RED BANK LINE
Leavo f;x>t of FYankMn St., Tuesday, July 30, I a. m.
and .'1 p. m.; Wednesday. July 31, 7:30 a. m. and 3 p. m.
DEEP SEA FISH., j, DAILY. AI. Fos
ter, safe Iron Kteamar Angler l*>eve» B.
l'2d & 23d Bts. 7.13 a. m.. Battery 8.03
a. m. Gents. 75 cts. ; L*dle». 50 ct». OnH ir..n a^»l
R«cuUr Ba*l on this route; runa every month In the yt*ar.
A DVERTISEMBNTS and subscriptions for The Tribune
A received at their Uptown Office. No. 1,2-12 Uroadway.
2d door north of 31st-st.. until 9 o'clock p. m. . advertise
ment* received at the following branch offices at regular
office ra.te» until' B o'clock n. m.. viz.: 2."4 Mil live . «. c.
cor. 231 it : 15- an-, cor. 12th-at. , ita<ij*sl rttii tv«
and nth »t.: 142 Columbiis-ave.. near West 06th-»t.: 100
V\ .-at 42d-»t.. near tiU>-ave. ; \i\> £ut,lU!i->t.
Gutnmcv Ucaons.
You can reach them from New York in frcm
6 to 14 hours by the K«w York Centra:. For
Particulars call at any New York Cf-ntral ticket
ofllre.
deep sii
WEI IB®.
.^.' receive paFßerißers dally, except Sunday, commencing
lhurs,say. July lMh. at South Ferry. Brooklyn side, at 4.
0.-O and 6:30 P. M. Passengers on Saturday trips will
retrain out until Monday morning.
rickets for sale and full Information at 71 Water
it T f e l' ¦ *"* York - and Hotel Margaret. 07 Columbia
Helphts. IJrcoklyn.
Rooms and berths can be secured up to 5 P. M. by
telephone 1 765 n rO ad. New York, or 1,381 Main, nrrxiklyn.
m:\v-yoiik.
RICTIFIELD SPRINGS. M. T.
America's Famous Health and Pleasure Resort.
14th Season.
mm EliliiOTii
Directly opposite the Bathing Establishment.
II JIAIES IHIOTEL
I>x-ated In ICarlington Park. Moderate Rates. : '
Great White Sulphur Bathing Establishment. Golf Links.
Booklet*. Information.
New-York Office. Hotel KAT?LINOTON. 27th Street, near
Broadway.
E. M. EARLE * SON.
WINDSOR HOTEL.
open June 27 to October 1. $4.00 per day
and upward.
Send for Illustrated pamphlet.
R. G. SMYTH. Lesfre.
DR. STRONG'S.
THE SARATOGA SPRINGS SANITARIUM,
SARATOGA SPRINGS. N. Y.
"or health, rest or recreation. The appointments of a
first class hotel; elevator; suites with bath. Electricity.
Massage. Turkish. Russian. Sulphur, Hydro-Electric.
Nauhelm. Mineral and other baths. Sprague's hot-air
treatment for rheumatism. Sun parlor and proir.enade on
the roof. Golf, Croquet and Lawn Tennis. Illustrated
booklet free.
ADIRONDACKS.
on I^nc I^ik*. centre of the Great North Woods: most
desirable location: ba*» and trout fi.«hing. go\(. Booklet
with map upon application, Call or address WM. F. IN
GOI.D. afw.. I»ng Lake. N. Y.
IN THE HEART OP THE ADIRONDACK'S.
©TTo DQOO[B[EOST ? © fIK3K3 9
Bredes, Essex County, N. Y.
_ Will remain open until October Ist.
lt\f Meal spot, always cool; no monquttoeii or tnoects of
any kind. '.JOLF. boating. fishing. tt'nnSs. music and
superb drives. Send for descriptive circular and rates.
¦ H. R. ROBERTSON. Jr.. Manager.
ON MOUNTAIN TOP.
ALWAYS COOL.
Inliyi I) fell KMTEBISIXBILL
CATskILL MOUNTAINS.
LESS THAN HOURS FROM NEW YORK.
Apply to
H. K. EDER,
Ka«trrnklll. Greene County. N. T.
"THE WORLD FAMED VIEW."
CATS&II.I MiyiTAil tHIOUJSIE.
ELEVATION 2,250 FT.
GOLF. TENNIS. BOATING. MUSIC.
ELECTRIO LIGHTED. SEARCHLIGHT.
CHAS. & GEO. H. BEACH. MGRS..
Cat.klll. N. T.
EOOSStERi] TTdDIP DfIdDVEIL-
QtTAKSIR J!ILL. HI "TVHEBS CO., N. Y.
Two hours from New York by Harlem Railroad.
1.21 X) Feet Elevation.
GOLF LINKS AND ALL OTHER AMUSEMENTS.
N. S. HOWE. Manager.
Pest OBlea address. Pawling. New York.
Circulars, • *c. at Soofield's. 1 Madlson-ave.. New-York.
iSWM HO!iiiKITA3S9 ¥MMl t
LIBERTY. SULLIVAN CO.. N. T.
FlevatloTi 5,300 feet. Magnificent view. Extensive
ground*. Capacity 100. Everything new, modern, strictly
first clans. Moderate rates. Rooklet. New- York repre
sentative. Miss C.vP»MI.lt. 71 Madlaon-ave.. will call. If
deatrai.
ATA T CHATEAI'GAT LAKE. *
Model ate Rate*, Booklet.
C. TV. BACKUS Merrill. New York.
A Vox SPRINGS, N. Y.
NF.AIt BUFFALO ANI> ROCBaWnR.
Bulpbui Watet farii'-.i for i'lirmg Rheumattom, Oout,
eti .-'• ¦ ¦! I r !< k klel of Sanitarium eoMCamtßf Treat -
nient. ar.i Recreation (Open all ths ;.e»r.)
TJtTINDUEIfRRB. Tarrytown. N. t ah ataaoas: com
»> fort, .ri\eiii»ii.>e«. beautiful scener> . healthful; rea
mniM* mtes refereneai ex. !iang». f. Address abora,
EUD©EG3£[]B[S IKKSDTTEDL,
nnonMKRE, lono island.
33 minutes from ">'•«• York City.
Newly decorated and refurnished throughout.
HOTEL NOW OPEN.
2Cf» rooms; *0 private baths.
GiLP, TIBSKISS, • wet.
Surf ami still water bathing: sailing, driving, fishing.
Rooms In Chin Room for Klngle mm.
Booklet*, diagrams, «=c on npplW-atlon.
WILIiARD D. ROCKEFELLER. Manager.
i:i <;iMKi:r. L. I.
AND
SHELTER ISLAM) HEIGHTS. L. 1.. N. Y.
(PflßdDSlPEdß'ir MdDQD^da
OREATLY IMPROVED
[SOT WO[E\^ DQQDQBSS.
It.iteii at ilil» hou*». FlO per week. up,
Ooir (18-hoi*). Kiding. n.ithliiK nnl .til other amuse
m>ntH. .-< ml for tilu^tiutril pamphlet.
O. L. PRISBBB, Manager.
JIVS.MdII SKTTS.
IN THE BERKSHIRE MILLS.
Now Marlboro* Muss. Now Open.
Blevaiion 1.3W 1 feet. Modern app'>lntmcnls: excellent
cuisine. Kislilntr. l.nwn T»nnl'. <"lr>lf. fir. Ad.ltfo
J H. WALSH. M^nußer.
New Marlboro'. Berkshire Co.. Mas?.
PHI.KY )IILL fOTTAOK, Alandnr. fif<-kshlre Co..
-A M.i.s. Moat l>eau!lfiil scenery In He:k»hlre : S.(XK»
fcei almvs tine; cool, healthful; »pi inn water. Mrs. L.
MKLIUS.
M'.W-HAMI'SIIIH!;.
THE WAUMBEK AND COTTAOES.
JEFFERSON. N. H..
In the White Mountain*.
NOW OPEN.
1-ot th« Hammer Stnson.
For full Information with plans, booklets, etc.. address
DAVID t! PLUMEI!. Manager.
K. J. ML'RI'UY. Ah'l Manager.
HIAIMS.
THE FEPPERRELL,
KITTKKY POINT. Mi;
Steamer anil trolley very near; l<cu!mg. bathin* and
nshlns: moderate terms. L '' 11. A. Culil!.
niton t-: m. im>.
VRy^TTdyDfl DOOQ.O. TOQDStE,
WATCH HILL. Ft I.
Season opens June 27th.
Extended Golf Links. Excellent Bathing and Cycling.
Now Booklet sent on request.
Mrs. A. R. HALE. Prop. D. C. BAUCOCK. Manager.
BUFFALO"? REST— THE F. B. ROBINS
PAN-AMERICAN HOTEL SYSTEM.
CONTROLLING THE .
HOTEL. BUCKINGHAM.
THE MARLBOROUGH
and several other flrat-class hotels. No temporary struct
ures; no «xorbl»snt charge*; regular rater prevail. ,Tli»
Buckingham Cart an. l Private Ptnlng-Rooms are on
top floor, adjoining roof garden. Only hotel in . Buffalo
having elevator running direct to roof. Airy iwMMi There
Is an up-to-date, roof garden, on the Hucklngham. Tan-
American Illumination and fireworks can be seen from tli«
-nine. Room* from $1.50 per day up.* Special rules during
July and August to Mary lander*. , Write for reservations.
P. H. ROIIINS.
Hotel Buckingham. Buffalo, N. T.
Summer Rcsoria.
XEW-JERSET.
NEW JERSEY. i
J TIIE MODEL Resort by the Sea.
i; NO MOSQUITOES. GOLF LINKS. !
J Daily Band Concerts? on the Bench.
i mi mimm $m jFjsgjggJ
WjS^ STANDARD CF LXCELIF.NCE
_^Smy> MORGAN V PARSON 3 I
" A MODERN HOTEL BY THE SEA.
HOTEI COUiHBM v
AND COTTAGES.
ASBfRY PARK. N. J.
On the ocean front. In select North Asbury.
Rooms en suite, with private baths.
Open June 15. Golf. Accommodates 400. Booklets.
W. HARVEY JONES. Owner ami Manager.
New York Office. 3 Park Place. Tel. 6.050 Cort.
11! LAFAYETTE, "
ASBURY PARK. N. J.
Every modern equipment; capacity "00.
Evening dinners. Orchestra. E!evatrr».
Illustrated bookie: upon application only.
12th season. WRIGHT & FRO3T.
ASBURY PARK. N. J. Opens June 27th.
WHOLE SQUARE ON THE OCEAN.
HOTEL OK HIGHEST n.i-s
Illustrated Booklet. - FRANK B. CONOVER.
All modern conveniences, including elevator to street level.
Evening dinners. s. BAKER BROOKS.
THE MADISON, Asbury Park. X. J. One Block from
Ocean. Modem Throughout.
Evening Dinners. J. K. DODMAN.
SUNSET HALL.
ASBURY PARK. N. J.
23th season. Superior In every respect. Dally orches- I
tra Spacious verandas All modern appointments, Il- !
lustrated booklet on application. '
JOHN nOCKAFELLER'3 SON.
HOTEL MONMOUTH. asbury park. ;
FRONTING OCEAN AND LAKE?; I
BOOKLET. WM. APPLEGATB. j
THE PORTLAND. ':
Asbury Park. N. J. 7th season. Cool, spacious piazzas; I
fine ocean view. B. R. SNYDER. •
OCEAN HOTEL. !
ASBURY PARK. N. J largest of the leading hotel*. !
GEO. L. ATKINS & SONS. :
Hotel Mormandle. New York City. . ;
THB SURF HOUSE. APPURY PARK. N. J.
X First Aye. Ocean block. Capacity I.V). "Booklet
E. A. MARTIN.
AND EIGHT COTTAGES. BERNARDSVILLE. N. J. |
Inn closes in October. 85 miles from New Tork. on i
D.. L. & W R. R.. via Barclay or Christopher St. Ferry, •
Altitude 800 feet. GEORGE W. TUTTLE. Mgr. I
ATLANTIC CITY.
GfIOTEtL ESCdDDBTTdDRCa
OPEN ALL THE YEAR. '
One of the best equipped Hotels. Steam heat, elevators
to all floors: hot and cold baths. Rooms with private
bath. Fine table. Sea view. Ocean end of Virginia Aye.
Sins. N. R. HAINES.
Owner and Proprietor.
HOTEL MAJESTIC.
Virginia Aye.: 3d house from Beach and new Steel I
PIT. Elevator from street level. Baths, etc. Orchestra. i
Booklet mailed. OSBORNE & HILLIARD.
rnun tremont. ~ —— - ~~
X SEA GIRT. N. J. On ocean front. Special rate for ¦
over the •"Fourth." Every room full ocean view. ',
I. a HINKSON. !
VERMONT.
IN THE HEART OF GREEN MOUNTAINS.
AND COTTAGES ON MKE DUNMORE.
Boating, bathing, fishing, driving.
tennis, crr^juet. hunting, music.
For Booklet*. Rates, etc.. address.
(HAS. A. DUNN, Salisbury. Vt.
UP IN THE COOL NORTHLAND.
\J Grande, ! mountain and last scenery; excellent boat
ing. fishing aiid shooting; dry. coo. air. casino and cot
tages: board $H to $£>. Address OWL'S HEAD. Lake
Memphremagor Newport. Vermont.
CONNECTICUT.
NEW LONDON. CONN.
PUfIPOT DOCiDQD^I
AND COTTAGE&
PajntMH Harbor. Yachting Headquarters). Combination
of Seajnore and Country Life.
GOLF. WRITE FOP. BOOKLET.
ALLEN * IIAOER.
PESNSYI.VASIA.
WATER GAP HOUSE.
In the Mountains of Pennsylvania, 2*« hours from N. Y.
I.:»'k:iv\unn.i It. R. M- st beautiful scenery in the
country. Best of hotels. 1-. v. . BROADHEAD.
MT. MINSI. Del. Water C.ao entrance: Meal place: fish
jM. ing, boating. drying, music; circulars sent.
C. STRUNK. Slateford. Perm.
A DVERTISEME.NTS and «UMcrlptl-Mis for The 'i"rtbur.«
j.'V received at their Uptown Office. No. 1.212 Broadway.
2i door north of Slat . until 0 o'clock p. m. ; advertise
li .'mi received at the following branch offices at regular
office rates until 8 o'clock d. m.. viz.: 154 Sth-ave.. ». •.
cor i .'.M-»; 1.'.2 Rth-ave.. eo> 12th-st.; Macy'a. flth -ave
Smnmcr nceort ©Hides.
HOW TO GO,
WHEN 19 S9,
WHERE TO GO
• n<! how much It will 'oet to go. ran be easily ascer
tained at the Information -Bureaus of the N>w York
Central and West Shore Railroads. 411 Broadway,
corner of 'anal; 1.218 Broadway, corner of 3Ota
Ktreet: 275 Columbus Avenue, corner of 73d Street-.
K»w York, and 33S Fulton Street. Brooklyn.
Pan-^mcrican (Exposition.
tme P^RK HdllTfl
BUFFALO. N. T.
COR. DELAWARE AYE. AND AMHERST ST.
OPPOSITE EAST GATE EXPOSITION.
EUROPEAN PLAN. $1.00 PER DAY AND
UPWARDS.
.
Take Jefferson St. car, or Main St. car. marked Zoo. or
N. T. Central Belt Line to Delaware Aye. Station.
FIRE PROOF. Exceptional Cafe service at reason
able prices. Electric Bells and Lights throughout. Perfect
transom ventilation.
E. M. IliiAWNri'.. Manager.
(Tonntri DeurO.
1 >.:hKSHIK:-: HILLS.— I.7OO It. elevation; pure air; floe
X> icenerv broad pUWM! « -eellent table, good raaaali
terms low. ' A.'dress H. U. LAMSON. Alandar. Mass.
CJ ELECT BOARD.— Knickerbocker Lodge. Flshklll. N.
{?> V • Is situated In midst of beautiful mountain scenery;
6uO feet elevation- »<rly two hours from city; every com
fort- fine livery and stabling: fruit. milk and vegetables
raised on place: Knickerbocker Spring water served on
"we; term. $i:.'i<.T week. Apply to KNICKERBOCKER
HOTEL SPUING CO.. Flshklll. N. V
(Titij hotels.
BROOKLYN HEICJHTS.
directly opposite *. -i St. The coole.t location In th«
directly .'ppo.'itc .* H,i >'t- * ||p fcuw.s*. iwia " u
vicinity .if New York.
Twelve minute, from New-York City Hall.
Select family and transient hot«t. Large, light room*
llD K'^^VAVL^'liA W T t EE h S private c: t VAN CL.AF. Prop.
REASONAIiLK UATK9. J C. VAN CUAF. Prop.
TKiK DOAfSQDtfOEQB,
EAST 15TH ST.. COn..BTH AYE.
* HIGH-CLASS FAMILY HOUSE.
Apartments to rent by the year, furnished or unfur
nished. Two to six rooms, with bath. Table. American
plan.' Private service, If desired D. P. HATHAWAY.
•forecloonre Sfllcs.
gUPREME COURT. ' COUNTY OF NEW
YORK.— The New Tork Ufe Insurance and Trust
Company. Plaintiff, against Emanu.l C.Uuber Jc.Vo»»
Winner and others. Defendants. la pursuance el «
Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale, duly — sli and iiiasnJ
la the above-entitled action, hearing date the IDth of
June. If*!. I. the undersigned, the Refere* la «al.l Jaaa>
ment named, will sell at Public Auctl at the New
York Real Estate Salesroom. No. 11l Broadway la* the
Borough of Manhattan, city of New York, oa the thlrtr
ftist day of July. 1 901. at 12 clock Dem. * that day
by Philip A. Smyth. Auctioneer, the premises directed
by -aid judgment to be sold, and therein described *.« fal
lows: All that certain lot. piece or parcel of land with
the buildings there erected, situate lying aad being
In th> Twelfth Ward of the City* of New York —til
and described a? fallows: Beginning at a point eel tea
Northerly side of Eighty-eighth M:eet distant two hun
dred and nine i2W> feet, ten and two-thirds |I(>*S> Inches.
Es«erly from the Northeasterly corner of Eighty-eighth
Street and Fourth Avenue: running thence Northerly en!
parallel with Fourth Avenue and part of the distance
through a party wall one hundred (loot feet eight aad ana
half is 1 ;) Inches to the centre !t:ie of the block; thence
Easterly alonz said centre line twenty c |23> feet, s«v»n
and one-third (TH) Inches, trenre Southerly and parallel
with Fourth Avenue one hundred (Mai feet eight and
one-half (>"-»> inches to the Northerly side of Eighty
eighth Street, and thence Westerly a!ong said Northerly
side of El::hty-»'lshth Street twenty-live iC:.» feet seven
and one-third OH> Inches to the point or place of he
ginning. Said pr-ml-«» belr.g known by th« Street Num
se> 113 East Eighty eighth Street, la the City of New
York.
Dated New Tork. July «th. 1001.
CEO HAAS. Referee.
EMMET at ROBINSON. Attorneys for P'atntlff. S3 Wat!
Street. Borough of Manhattan. New Tork City.
The following Is « diagram of the property fes be mI4
as described above, the street number being 113 Bast
88th Street, in th«- City of New York:
»th Street.
The approximate amount of the lien or chanr* ti
satisfy which the above-described property Is te be
sold Is twenty-one thousand forty-four and 44-100
•21.044 44-l(>ti) dollars, with Interest thereon from the
17lh day of June. lUOI. together with cost* and allowance
amounting to three hundred and seventy <370) dollars,
with interest from June 10th. • 1001. together with the
expense* at the sale. The approximate amount of taxes.
asassaateata, • r ether liens, which are to b« allowx} to
the purchaser out of the purchase money, or paid by
th» Referee. Is eleven hundred and fony-two SS-18*
(1.142 r.S-10f) dollars and Interest.
Dated New York. July 6th. 1001.
GEO. HAAS. Referee.
T E\V YORK SUPREME COURT. COUNTY
OF NEW YORK.— William W. Caswell. Plaintiff,
against Robert P. Ootlghtly and others. Defendants. — In
pursuance of a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale, duly
made and entered in the above-entitled action, bearing
cate the 15th day of July. 1001. I. the undersigned, the
Referee In said judgment named, will sell at Public Auc
tion, at the New York Real Estate Salesroom. No HI
Broadway. In he Borough of Manhattan. City of New
York, en the .seventh day of August. 1901. at 12 o'clock
noon, on that .lay. by Bryan L. Kennelly. Auctioneer. th«
premises directed by said Judgment to he sold, and therein
described as follows: All that certain lot, piece or parcel
of. land, with the building thereon erected, situate. lying
and being in the city and county of New York, bounded
and described as follows, to wit: Beginning at the north
westerly corner of St. Ann's Avenue and One hundred and
forty-fourth street, and runntng thence northerly along
the westerly line of St. Ann's Avenue twenty-five feet:
thence westerly parallel with said 144»h street and
through and alone ,i r>arty wall on the northerly side of
said lot ninety-seven feet; theace southerly and parallel
with St. Ann's Avenue twenty five feet to said One hun
dred and fcrty-fourth street, and thence easterly along sat.l
street ninety-seven feet to the «r.er aforesaid, the point
or place of beginning, together with the appurtenances
and all right, title and interest of the said Robert P. «o
llghtly in or to the said party wall on th« northerly stde
of said premises and In or t-> any part of the strip »f
land on which said wall stands. Subject to certain re
strictions and covenants against nuisances in former con
veyances of said property.
Dated. New York. July 15. 1901.
EZKKIEL FIXMAN. Refer—.
GEO. C. BLANKS, Attorney for Plaintiff. 253 I>oadway.
Borough of Manhattan. New York City.
The following is a diagram of the property to be sot-t
as described above, the street number being 825 East
144 th street. New York City.
The approximate amount of the lien rr charge to satisfy
which the above-described »m— v is to be sold, is $13.
311. with Interest thereon from the 11th day of July. MOT.
together with costs and allowance amounting to j.Vii .">.
with interest from July 1.". 1901. together with the ex
penses of the sale. The approximate amount of taxe«.
; assessments, or other liens which are to I* allowed to
the purchaser out of the purchase moi:»y. or paid by the
i Referee, is ST>22 19 and interest.
j Da:ed. New York. July 13. 1901.
[ KZEKtEL FIX MAN. Referee. __
j gUritEME COURT. NEW YORK COUNTY.—
I Katherice Ellas as General Guardian of Josephine
: Ellas, George H. Ellas and Henry F. Ellas, plaintiff, vs.
, Michael J. Flynn. and others, defendants. In pursuance,
i of a Judgment of foreclosure and sale made and entered
I in the above entitled action and bearing date the 7>th day
¦ of July. i!H)l. I. the undersigned, the Keferee in said
I judgment namwi for that purpose, will sell at public auc ¦
i tion at the Exchange Pales It . m«. No. 11l Broadway, in
; the Borough of Manhattan. City. County and State af
New York, on the «th day of August. 1SH)1. at I] o'clock
! r.oon of thai lay, by Philip A. *»• Auctioneer, ail the
i premises mentioned and therein described as follows, t >
: wit: All that lot of lard In the Tweaty-thtrd Ward of the
; City of New York, bounded and described as follows: F>
! ginning at a point hi the Easterly rid«? of Washington
! Avenue as now opened distant One hun.lre.T and sixty
: eight and fifty four one- hundredth* il« ( l..'V» feet North«rlr
from t.-;*» Northerly sMe of One hunuretl anJ sixty-fifth
I Street a« now opened, and running thence Easterly
; parallel to One hundred an.! sixty-flftn Ftrt>»t Two hun
dred C 26* f-e;. thence Northerly para!!*! with satii Wa«h
! Ington Avenue Twentj ;i.«- (25» feet thence Westerly pa.-
! allel with One hundred an>l sixtv-tifth Street Tv hun
«irea |200> fe»t la the Easterly side of sail Washington
; Av»nu» and taeaee Southerly aloßg lira Easterly aide of
: s.v..i Washington Avenue Twenty -five GS) f^et to the point
; of beginning. Said premises being par of lot known an.i
i designated by the Number Tweory-ttr« on a Map entitled
; "Map of the Village of MorrinarU, sltjate ab-iut One and
I r.n- half miles from Harlem RJver, in the Manor of Jlcr
• rlsanla. In the Tbwaahra of West Farms. County of Weal
! Chester and State of New York." r.-.i'.~ by Andrew Fin.!
I lay. Surveyor, dated West FUrms August 10. 1*«». and
I tiled in the- office of the clerk of the County of West
; chester at White Plains. Exoeptßg therefrom so much
I of said premises as has beer taken by the City of New
York. ir. prooeftiir.us |v acquire title :o Washington, A'
nue, beirir a Mrip about Fourteen antl a half feet w.*le
along the front or said premises en Washington Avenue.
j Dated New York. July 12. VMI.
JOHN E. DCFTT. Referee.
rORSTER. HOTALING & KLBNKE. PtalntUTi Attor
| neys. r>!» Wall Street. Borough of Manhattan, City of
New York.
j The following Is a <naerarr> of the property to be soli
The street number is 103tj Washington Avenue.
; Washington Avenue.
The approximate- amount of the- lien or charge to satisfy
which the- above described property Is to be «ckl la
$<$. 1W5.58. with interest there from the 2nd day of July.
lUOI. together with costs and allowance amounting tj
$3iKj..Srt. with Interest there. from the 3th day of July.
l'.toi. teajether with the expense of the sale. The premises
will be rolil subject to all taxes, water rates and assess
| ments which are liens on the premises at the date of the
| entry of judgment amounting to $513.7* and interest. and
I al.«o subject to the rights of the City of New York.
JOHN E. DUFFY. Refere*.
OUPUKME COUUT. COUNTY OF "NEW
YORK. Elizabeth U Lfish. Plaintiff, vs. Clara B.
I Sheldon and Rachel Toae, DefenJants. In pursuance ©;
a Judgment of foreclosure and -ale. duly made and >n-
I ten-il in the above entitled action, bearing date the ...
day of May. 1601. and of the artier of this Court bearing
date the 13th day of July. 1001. I. the undersigned. refers*.
I will sell at public auction at the New York Real Estate
Salesrooms, No. 111 Broadway, in the Borough of Man
hattan. City of New York on the seventh day of August.
1«»1. at twelve o'clock noon, on that day. by Bryan L.
Kennelly. auctioneer, the. premises' directed by said judg
i ment to be sold anil therein described as follows: All that
certain lot piece or parcel of land with the building and
! Improvements thereon erected, situate. lying and; belay
! In the City. County an.i State of New York and bounded
j and described as follows: Beginning at a point on the
easterly side of West End Arer.ue distant forty-seven fffl>
feet an.i live (3) Inches southerly from the southeasterly
I corner of Ninety-third i»3.l> Street and West End Ave
j nue; and running thence easterly, parallel with Ninety
third <03d> Street and through a party wall, forty-three
(4."i feet and seven (7) Inches; thence southeasterly nine
tit) feet ten and three quarter (l*> a «> Inches to a point
distant fifty «30) feet and seven <7) inches easterly from
the easterly side of West End Avenue in a Uae drawn
parallel with Ninety third t93d> Street and distant fifty
four t34) feel and rive isl inches southerly therefrom;
thence easterly and parallel with ninety-third i»3d> Street,
seventeen (17) feet anil five (5) inches: thence, southerly/
and parallel with West End Avenue, thirteen (13) feet;
thence westerly, parallel with Ninety-third i93<i> Street
and part of the way through another party wall, sixty
eight <it»> fret to the easterly s!t!e of West End Avenue.
and thence northerly along the easterly side of West End
Avenue, twenty (20) feet to the point or place of Iniglsj
n'.ng.
Dated. July 15. 1901.
HENRY B. nESSKLM.W Referee.
TURNER. ROLSTON A HORAN. Attorneys for Plii»
tlfT. 22 William St.. N. Y.
The following la a diagram or the property to be »>la. ,
Its street number Is 674 West End Avenue: •
The approximate amount of the lien or charse to 9«tlaf>
which the above described property is to be sold Is ». . •.'(».».
with Interest from the 2Sd day of May. 1901. together
with c«>st» and allowances amounting to Three hundred
and forty an«l 95-100 dollars with Interest from the .. .
day of May. ISM. together with the expenses of. th« sale.
TIM approximate amount of taxes, asaaasments m other
ll«n« which are to b« allowed" to the purchaser out of tha
purchase money or paid by. the referee i- 533 13-100 dol
lars.
U Dated July lith. ::• 1
HENRY B.WES3EI>MAN. P.efer**.
A DVERTISEMENTS inn sups.-noil ror Th» Tribune
J\. received at lh«lr Uptown Office. No. 1,242 Broadway.
id door north of 31»t-st.. until 9 o'clock p. m. adver:l»«
intnti received at th« following branch. ofßce* at r»»ul»*
office rates until 8 o'clock p. m.. viz.: £3-4 Sth— in. a. a»
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