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THE WEEK TX REALTY.
OCTSCAL ACTIVITY IS EAST SIDE DIS
TRICT PUZZLES REAL ES
TATE STUDENTS.
There ■*•'• eeveraV '-"■'" deals reported laat
week, one of them Involving an outlay if Jl.OOfi.'ViO,
bat lion* of these deals attracted more attention
than the unusual activity In Mm East Me district
nbove F^v-r.ii.th-?*. In this district the demand
for flm^Ha* houses appear* to be extraordinary,
axd the names of the buyers Sf surh houses la«t
week ■»■-«'• carefully read, in the hope of learning
the principal -use for this unusual demand.
B*alty students hawe been busy tryins: to *•*
light on what Borne have called the mysterious
movement the Ea.«t Sid- district, bat bo far none
of their opinions re.cardlnir the movement have
ti»»n generally •=•" '■ ■•' T ' : ' i as being correct
The movement became noticeable about two
»-eeks MB arid it has undoubtedly received now
life from the efforts of The Tribune to secure au
y' a^ Side tunnel route connecting with the trunk
r , tne rut—ray system at Forty-second-?t. and
Fourth-aye.. thence running probably through
Forty-seconfl-st. to Lexincton-ave.. up Lexinsrton
ave. to the Harlem River, and under the river to
the most table point for uniting: the East Side
pr^ the Bronx Park routes. Some experts are in-
NO 74 BAST NTNETT-SECON'D-ST.
One at the many dwelling houses In the East Sl<J«
"district abov« Fifty-ninth-st. fold last week.
clined to the idea that fteps have been begun br
a. number of operatorp to make that part of th«
East Side section just north of Fifty-nlnth-st., and
extending to Seventy-second-st.. between Park and
Fifth ayes.. a.» exclusive as< some of the streets
li the Madison-aye. section between Thirty-fourth
«24 , rt y-«e""r<1 •'« J. Pierront Morpan lives
in the Madifon-ave. section. His home is at the
northeast corner of Thirty-eixth-ft. and Madison
sve,. and there, are building: restrictions on most
of th« parcels in the section, if current reports
are. true. Whether or not a number of big op
erators could successfully carry sot a scheme for
restricting the East Side district just north of
Fifty-ninth-st.. and bounded by Seventy-second
ft. and Fifth and Park ayes., to private dwelling:
bouses of the highest type, is a question which
cannot be answered. It would be a stupendous
task- and the operators, unless they were owners
of much property in the fection. would derive little
benefit from their efforts. If such steps had been
taken, it does .not perm possible, in view of the
rre?ert business methods of the real estate
market, to keep such steps from becoming
penerally known. Publicity would probably stir
many speculators to action, and they would
b* iikely to buy what parcels they could in
the district. As owners, they might not be ■willing
in becom*. tilled with the . movement unless
they were well paid, and the movement would
th«-n undoubtedly die a natural death. Restrictions
at- to buildings, etc.. have been placed on many
HIWH without much trouble, and without the
tecret beinsr revealed until the desired time, but
i*. on* has as yet undertaken the task of restrict
ing a district twelve or more blocks square.
A PERPI-EXIXG MOVEMENT.
Th«re have beea many mysterious realty move
ments in the last year, but none of the previous
ones were to perplexing and mystifying as the
present one. Some cf the old students say there
is nothing puas'.lng about the transactions, and
dismiss the affair from their minds with the as
ien that the movement is only an unusual
fprir.g demand for dwelling houses in the section.
Other students say it was started by speculators,
and shows that "the number of speculators Is
irrowins more rapidly than moat people think. The
iuture prospects of the district are certainly bright,
end it Is just the kind of ■ district that would
attract speculators. A speculator likes to make
aalck sales, and the more quickly h»- can make
them the greater is bis chance of obtaining larger
returns on bis Investment. Stagnation in business
Is the thing the speculator most dreads. It is
renerally conceded that there is no such dreaded
spectrf- hidden in the section. After carefully
weighing these facts and looking over the names
pf the buyers '•' dwelling houses in the East Side
district above Fifty-ninth-st.. many real estate
espertt have formed the opinion that there is no
movement under way to place restrictions on many
etieets in the district; that the unusual buying is
<!ue to speculators, -who see an opportunity to re
sell quickly at a profit, and to persons who buy
to octuv.v. " This opinion seems to be the right one.
LAST THREE MONTHS UNUSUALLY ACTIVE.
"The Real Estate Record and Guide." in speaking
•-bout the real estate situation, say*:
The roost prominent «nd interesting fact about
the real estate market during the last three months
is that more activity has taken place than during
ajiy corresponding quarter in the history of New-
York real estate. Such is the testimony of the
transfers recorded in the Register's office. It is
me that these records represent rather the trans
actions at the last month of 1&01 and the first two
xsoßths of IMS than they do those of the first
quarter of 1848, but an the. filings at the Register's
office are the only means of obtaining any figures
■wfa<ch cover the total transactions for a definite
period we have to use them for -what they are
worth. These figures show that during the last
three months there, have been 4,455 conveyances
recorded, involving the sum of .<43.752.33Jt. while
curing the. same period of the year previous there
ere^ only 4.050 conveyances recorded, involving
S3T.22*>o:
But the figures for this year are not only much
la advance of the very large totals of 1901; but
they a re a so greater than those of the year, which
»*rliec! the high water mark of activity in New-
York r*f.' estate. Thus in the whole- twelve months
of IS9O there were 15.557 transfers placed on rec
ord, which wes 8 larger number than has been
reached in any subsequent year, but the total for
Be first quarter of 1S&0 was only 3.540, which is
■feoui 000 lees than the similar total for the present
year. It should be added, however, that for some
jets on there wag a smaller proportional activity
luring the first quarter of 1890 than there has been
curing the corresponding period of many subse
quent year* of comparative dulness. for the number
of conveyances recorded during the first three
worths of 1«87 was 4.025. involving- $35,802,985:
? aria ,^_ th first three, months of 1896. 4.143. involv
ing *-'T. 634.&48; during the first three months of
|—. 1,602, involving 42.877.600. and during the.
flr».t three months of 1900, 2.781, involving 530.715.502.
The highest of these totals, however, is at least
If i per cent less than those of the present year.
which ar? also some 6 per cent greater than the
• tals of iyn.
These figures have, of course, been very much
swo.:«i by purchases made by corporations for the
J*** <JI t"-"anslt improvements. Indeed, probably
™™i *cl the swraaaa. both In the number of
conveyances , end th amount involved, can be
traced directly to such purchases. The New-York
<-cntral, for instance, has taken title to fifty-five'
Parcels, for which It paid f2.8U.750: while the
t-tuyvesant Realty Company has acquired pofses
sasaot fully three tim*R as many lots in its par
"sr laT district. Vet r : wn after making all allow
in-ee for tfaees special causes, the activity has
■aen Ost unusual, end all the. more, so because
departments of trading, which formerly con
tr.»-i. ' v * v ** numW of transactions to the
i«« .V * b " en vet 7 '"Rely neglected during the
.a, •►„. norths. It is this fa « which provides
v.X " s f f«cry assurance, that when the Influences
w«i. »i .I'"'' ' « activity lose their force there
*1D be ether* to take their place.
A BALE OF MODERN HOUSES,
v - A. A. Brown, of No. 349 Broadway, offers for
ea!e * r.smber of two smd three «tory houses In
Mldwood an<l riark»«n Us. near Fiatbush-ave..
Brooklyn.
?■ »J h .* hou*«« are two and three atorlea and base
ft »-at, JOx« teet, th» three Elory havin* two story
extensions. Th» front*— circular, octagon or square
— er* of stone, of -various colors to the second story,
balance of selected brick, with trimmings of lime-
Ftone to "match. All have large box stoops. The.
interiors are trimmed with hard woods of various
kinds from top to bottom. The. basement arrange
ment is such that it gives a. lar*e breakfast room,
butier'B pantry and closets, and kitchen, with
laundry extension. The first floor in some has
parlor, foyer hall (with beamed ceilings), upstairs
dining room and butler's pantry extension: others.
saloon parlor, with music room end dining room
and. butWs pantry extension. The second floor
ha? two bedrooms, "with lavatories between them,
also a. Jars* bathroom: and the third floor, four
bedrooms, lavatories and storerooms. The. cellar
(concreted) is larpe and dry. fitted with furnaces,
coal 'bins, storerooms, etc. Throughout the house.
are enamelled faience and hardwood mantels, with
tiled fa^inp?!, open nickel plumbinp. tiled bathroom.
larere closets and storerooms, dumb waiters, elec
tric bells and lighters and chandelier?.
SALES REPORTED TESTER DA V
George R. Read has sold for Margaret Lends et
3' the four story dwelling house No. 1W East
Stxty-flrst-st... on a lot SrWOJ feet. Mr. Read has
also sold No. SS Hadlson-ave . 20x«A feet, to James
| A. Walsh
ElawEon & Elobbs have sold for I-, C. Strong th»
' four story and basement dwelling house. No. 313
■Teal Seventy-slxth-st.. 20xfi5xlC2.C feet, to a client
for occupancy, on private term*.
No plans for new buildings were filed at th«
Buildings Department. Manhattan, yesterday,
• Walter I Salomon took title yesterday to a par
rel at the northwest corner of Forty-!»econd-Ft. and
' Sixth-live, from John \V. de Peyster. for 1350.000.
Christopher Behlerlon has sold for Mrs. Susie
Hartman th* four story and basement brick dwell
: ing house No M West Flfty-flrst-st. for H2,000.
Plans were Bled yesterday for alterations to a
I one story brick synagogue at No 107 East Ninety
second-st. by C. Btegmayer. architect. The esti
mated co?t of the alterations is |«.<vw
P. v Harrison has sr>M No. 219 West-st.. a five
story business building, on a lot :;x«> feet.
Henry J. GaUen has sold No. ISO Seventh-aye.. a
, four story Bathouse. on a lot 23x50 feet.
! Julia L. Valentine has sold to Verona Hirsch Ne.
S3 West One-hundred-and-nlneteenth-st.. a thr^e
story brownstone dwelling house, on a lot Z5x100.1l
feet.
Pease A- Elliman have sold for Miss Isabella
: Hunter No "• East Sixty-flrst-st.. a four story and
basement hrownatone dwelling house, on a lot Ifix
j 100.5 feet.
: .lamp? Kyle & Sons have sold for r*ni»i S. Me
' Eiroy a four story and basement dwelling house,
on a lot Ma7s feet, at the. southwest corner of Thirty
ninth-si and Lexington -are., and Nos. 32S and' 330
I T,A\inpton-ave . on a plot 59.2x7S feet, and adjoining
■ th^ corner parcel.
il>. H. Scully has sold for Solomon Abrahams to
. Henry Freund No. 52 East One-hundred-and-twen
ty-third-st.. a three story and basement dwelling
house, on a lot 19x100.11 feet.
D. H. Scully has sold to Matilda A Tinker No.
44?. Willls-ave.. a five, story flat house on a lot 25x106
feet. In exchange Mr?. Tinker gives No. 159 West
One-hundred-and-twenty-first-st.. a three, story
dwelling house on a lot l«xl00.U feet.
George F. Johnson & Sons have sold to George
Kin? No. 42 Beck-st.. a three story and basement
dwelling house on a lot 25x100 feet, for about $10,500.
Mary A. Whito has sold the Tacomah. a six
| story apartment house on a plot 45x1^1 feet, at the
noith"a«t corner of Eish:»eth-st. and Ejextegton
■ aye., and D. Rosenbaum has sold an abutting
1 parcel. No. IB East Elghtieth-ft.. a three story
j dwelling house on a lot l«.SxlOJ> feet. The buyer of
j both is said to be J. Erthaler.
Louis H. G. M-thloff has sold to Morris Welnsteln
j and Mandelbaum & T>-wine No. lit to 321 West
I Thlrty-se.venth-sT.. five four story tenement houses
i ori a plot IQtaMJ feet. through Harris Sokolskl *
potf"*- Herter has sold through Harris Pokolskl *
'" Son the tenement houses on a plot toxlW feet at
the southeast corner of Uivington and l>'idlow bis.
Charles 11. Easton & Co. have sold for Mr*. Mary
C Shilling No. 131 East Kifty-sixth-st.. a three
story and basement, dwelling house, on a lot 16x50.6
fret
I^ouis Scbrag has sold for J. G. Goldsmith to
Mrs. Emmy yon Kettengell No. 207 East Sixtieth
! m., a three story dwelling; house on a lot ZDzIW.O
feet
Adler *• Herrman hay« sold to Sarah I-es« No.
i 129 to 133 West One-hundred-andwhlrd-st.. tnreo
three story dwelling houses on a plot 49. fix 100. 11 feet.
Adler *Herrman have also sold to B. A. Wilson
! No 320 to 324 East One-hundred-and-sevent^enth-
I sr ' throe old frame dwelling houses on a plot 75x
; 3<XUI feet. Th« buyer will build three six story
tenement house?. _
Jacob R. Wllkins has sold a plot SsxiMo feet at
the northeast corner of One-hundred-and-twenty
nfth-st. and Lenox-ave.. old frame buildings.
Thomas & Son have, sold for J. T. Ackerman to
a Mr- Waters the. three story and basement pri
vate dwelling house No SM. West One-hundred-and
forty>seventh-st.. on lot i-ize 17x90.11 feet.
Marsh, fall & Co. have sold No. 3* West
Eleventh-st.. a private dwelling house on lot 22. fx
SH.IO feet. The same firm, recently leased No. S7
West Eleventh-st.
A. Abrahams has sold to S. Wacht No. 32 Seventh
st a six story tenement house on a lot 24.Sx9>"< feet.
Meyer Green berg ha» sold to Marks T>azarus No.
159 Henry-sit., a three story dwelling house on lot
Sx73 feet.
Nevins * Terelman have sold the five, story flat
house, with store, on « lot 2Sxl<X> feet. «t the north
west corner of St. Ann's-ave. and Southern Boule
vard.
Meyer Greenbaum has sold to Marks T^azarua
No. 159 Henry-st., a three story dwelling house, on
a lot 22x75 feet.
Meyer Feuchtwanger i? said to have sold No 1 77
Prince-st.. a six story building, on a lot ISxM*fe«t.
Julius Friend has leased for Edward Albert Rid
ley the buildings Nos. 319 and 321 Grand-st. and
No. »53 Orchard-st., b»-ing the i-orner of Grand »nd
Orchard Sta . formerly oeeupl«d by K. Ridley &
Sons, to Harris & Goldman and Pineus Malzman.
The lease is for a term of twenty-one years, at an
aggregate rental of $215.(^'.
THE BRONX BUILDING PLANS.
One-hundred-and-slxty-ninth-st., south side, 53
f ef -t west of Fox-st., frame shed and stable. K.<xU
feet, one story. $300; John MeGotvan. No. 1,135 East
One-hundred-and-slxty-nlnth-st.. owner; C, W.
Ringro«". architect. One-hundred-and-forty-sccond-
Pt. and Third-are.
Eighth-st.. I'nionport. north side, 75 feet east of
Avenue E. frame dwelling, one story and attic. 21x
C.< feet, to cost ?l.<yo. Frank Eisele. No. SSS East
One-hundred-and-sixtleth-st.. owner; C. F. Lohse,
No. 627 Eagle-aye.. architect.
BAYARD COMPANY SECURES MlO.flM LOAN.
Frederick Aver lent to the Bayard Realty Com
pany $410,000 on th* property at the southeast cor
ner of Broadway and Spring-st., Jlx2oo feet by
irregular. An eleven story brick loft building is to
b« erected on th" premise*. Th» Title Guarantee
and Trust Company, of No. 14*5 Broadway, per
fected the loan.
LOAN OF 1250,000 ON HOTEL SITE.
Joseph Hammerschlag lent to J. Arthur Pinch
beck $250,000 on th" property at the. southeast cor
ner of One-hundred-and-third-st. and Broadway,
100.11x120 feet, on which is to be erected a nine
story apartment hotel. The hotel is to be finished
and ready for occupancy on October 1. 1903. The
loan was perfected through A. L. & S. F. Jacobs,
lawyers. of No. 30 Broad-st.
BROADWAY BUILDING SOLD.
Mrs. James J. Coogan has sold to th» Holt* <fc
Freystedt Company No. 604 to COS Broadway, a six
story building, on a plot 56.2x100 feet The building
was recently built, and stands on th* site long
occupied by'the Revere House.
REAL ATE TRANSFERS.
Monroe-st, No 245. ■ » 2«.»x94.5x25.0rf>4 I; Abra
ham I*a&c« to Joseph DyiOfc; moTtga.f». (»\.~
EM-'ave » * corner 76th-»t, 2».4x63z Ir
regular; Frank Morgan to William R Ros«j;
JgSfy. B»*S • «f taM^' MMM& Rob-'
ert C Myle* to lBib«lla B Sa.tterthwa.lte; mort-
I^SCr. I So^°SS2. «M ssi* 75xi00x73t
I<V> 10 '■ L.->uis l>*e to Simon A<3l»r an<l a.noth»r;
m^rtKag*. $13,000; R S. $1 75 100
7&»h-st. No 120 E "*- 20x102.2: Isabella. Hvaum
1. .j to Isabella B £ia.uerthwaite ; mortsra*te.
$10 000; R S s $«75 - 100
Pa-k^ave • *. «*.5 ft » of 7lßt-st. 4x83 «, In
terior lot. ft* ft ■ °f 71»t-et and 104 ft « of
p«rk-«ve runs » 4x c 21x n 4x w 21. M Mor
ton Bechhold to M J O # Brien; quitclaim... 1
IGM-ft No 129 to 133 East. 47x100.11. Simon
Adl»r »nd another to Sarah L#t>^; mortgage.
, j-iS<W> R lis $2 50 Vs'x"»9.iiV oiorgi 't. pickm l°o
It7th-st No 24fe Ea*\ l«x«9.U; George F Plrk«n
and Mother to Margaret A Goodrld(j«; raort-
S«. Jl3'*O: R 6, $0 7.% 110
Rfith i.' 6 s 36.2 ft »• of Lexington- are. 32x102 2: 100
Herman Strauss and another to Jacob Pa»kusz.
mor'eaSe »3«.500. R S. $11 I™>
«ia.me pi^P-'rty; Jacob Paekusz to Antonio MlnaMl:
138.500 ; R S. $4 25 i. 100
«th!ive n* com-r 42d-st. runs n 100.5xw «•>»
«"?5% " 20x V" st*,rtofr5 t *,rtofrt 4 : rio r t x • 4104 100 n b 'w
rf n «th^.vS Md 171 75 4 ft to interior ctrlp 100 ft*
it 6th-av« and 75.4 ft n of 42d-«t. run» n O.lx
1 '«nY a Olx w 20 to fceglnninj;: John W p«
Peyi-ter irl'th Walter J Salomon: contract JWO.OOO
SALVATION ARMY DENIAL WEEK.
The Salvation Army's Self-Denial Week, con
sidered one of the greatest army movements of the
year began last midnight, and will close at mid
night next Saturday. Believers in the. Salva
tion Army deny themselves some certain thing and
Hevote the money thus saved to the army work.
Harold Miles the ten-year-old son of Brigadier
Miles field secretary of the army, has teen around
?h;? h ; salvation Army Building for the last week
with a . War kin* box and brumes shining shoes for
The fund In England £50.000 was raised In thla
way In the last rrtcii,
XEVv-YORK DAILY TRIBT r XR SUNDAY, APRIL 6. 1002.
| WHOLESALE. P^. EXPORT. 4+ RETAIL.
LUDWIG DAUMANN & tOMPY
Bth Ay., 35th to 36th St.. £££££ 260 to 268 W. 36th St., N. V.
NEAR EIGHTH AVENUE.
WE SHALL
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extensive that no artistic and worthy novelty is omitted— so representative that every design ot merit
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teristic excellence, and the certainty that goods selected here are correct in form. and, above all else, at
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is ordered.
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I and very jjor-i value. Settee. ll.OO: Rocker. «i.ss : Armchair \r.\J(. Armchair -^ (
» , ■ .
Choice Covich Values.
Excellent Couch«s reprpsentln? th» latert styles.
All are of superior construction and finish, with
heavy frames, fancy feet, steel ?prir.c«. first class
upholstery »nd «r» covered in rich velours of latest
pattern- and colorings; the tuftinar Is of th« best
the workmanship excellent; positively Hi" b*st values
ever offered for the prices quoted — {t) A C
$^.-..1. $f».«.'V'and 1 V».*»«7
; Others equally desirable at correspondingly low
j coat.
DRESSER. CHIFFONIER AND TOILET TABLE
to match. in very effective desi— 1 in ftolden oak
or mahocany. highly polished finish, elaborately
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French bevelled plate, Cabinet work and detail ex-
I cellent. Very special values:— Dresser, | 7 /.()
15.r.0: Toiler Tni.l» US. ."»<»; Chiffonier * * •*-»'-'
TABLH of peculiarly artistic and effective design;
: In either natural or willow green a«h. as preferred.
! Fancy legs, lower shelf, octagonal top. c CO
Very special value for *F««#V
; VILLA SUIT of very pretty il'fien. P'ron^ frames
of Ml "■■- style: rancy back, slat (eats; very w-e||
male «n<i strongly braced Natural or willow gr»«»n
:nni?h Settee 5».iN» Armchair, r..«M»: - C(l
Rock»r »J»J\J
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i FOLDING BEDS.
AND AT.L OTHER KINDS OP BRASS AND IRON
: BEDS.
CARPETS.
? oor> yard": remnants BRI.'SPELS. lensrtha from 2to 4 yards, at. 40c
r«r yard. _ "* XJ% -
Very aultsble for rues. &r.
:•»' HASSOCKS, newest ••hapes. covered in Brussels. Moquettes, ?^ic
Aiminßters. Wiltons, at. each *.*J\*
Worth 45"" to 7.'..-. e« h
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reversible.
Prices: 9x» T.*>xlo.6 otl2
r,.»H» 7.'_\-» io.o«
PRI?S*F.T,> from K."ic. up.
Large tin* of all wool ART «QrARE9. pretty 'I'-slpn* and colorinrs;—
«xP 7.<ix10.« 0x10.6 s>xl2
:t 80 •!..'»<» «-' s ° 7 -°
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] suitable f- any apartment. Reall i beautiful carpet, anl thing like
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! only ■ ■
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JIANHATTW. .""SEW YOHK CITY.
058 to 976 Sixth Aye..
MTH TO r,VIH ST.. E.\TIRE FRONT.
Ten Mm brirk store- -ill fl^t?. p! ' 200x93. to -• s-t-f
In two parcels, each 100x05.
! 1 1 3 and 115 University Place,
9. E. COR.\ER K. ISTII ST..
S-»tory brick buildinsr. Flct 52.3x100.1.
26 VVa\erley Place,
>EAR «UEK.\E STREET.
8-sicry brf<-k dwelling. Lot 37.8 x about !1.
706 Washington Street,
>EAR HORATIO STREET.
S-story ana bas*m«nt brick dwelling. L*t 19.4HS
about 70.
513 to 519 W. 25th Street,
>EAR lOTH AVEM'E.
' S-jtory brick sod* water factory. Flot about 100x100.
1 and 3 Division Street,
«. E. CORNER • VTHARI>K ST..
I 5-story brick stores anil apartmints. l»ot 3;.SUx"I.3H.
16 East Broadway,
5. E. rOU.VER CATHARI.VE *T..
*-st»ry brick .-■-- an-! factory. Lot 27x about It
5 East Broadway,
• ~ ■ ■ - .. ...... .. .. _ . NEAR I ATHARISE >T..
LITTLE ADVERTISEMENTS OF THE PEOPLE— CLASSIFICATIONS ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED * sr :: * * !or * in: a r* rtmt - nt - L * )| -" >x •*••*•*
L r ' ' ' /-IL-."!— g. 29 Catharine Street,
*" ' — ~— «- ■\K\lt lIK\RV STREET.
__ ANIMjI i_«. i:i'i\ T--tory brick -.to>« an-"; i; rtnu»nt«. Lot 29*1 1
rOR HEAL "Antique I^ltu.e. Ml «M ABSOUTTB 9.%t8 LIBERAL TERMS,
r'awfoot f.tu. tMi, ice Dl SALVO! TITLE i;iARA>TEED FREE OF COST
BROS.. L-j; UK] i"3^Kajt 4^.1-st. ! {> >a „, purchaser by Uwyn 1 Tit.a Insurance Ccva^an-f.
..„" .__ I„. .._'. ,', ■ " * ~ — — ; . . , fc.vi!j maps, terms of sal* and full particular*
\iZ 01-I> CURIOSirr SHOr. -Curio,, an- ! „ joViv M PFRrtY Attorney mr Ex^rutor!.: CHABLE3
ttaea. oM»oH. »II>T and bcoka bcujftt i r ,.j,^\- and WIIXIAM MAXICE. Esecntors. » Wtll
r*^. !?^T J* 5 P * tal> ~"* L i iam Street, or JAMES L. WELLS. Auctioned. 141 Broad-
. ._ . .'.._. — — - • ■ ' ~ ,|L N-*
\>Tl<>l !: CLOCK It J:i'Allil\G. ' — "~~
Our t.-iwn Rwinsi thi« sea»ofl surpass an] and all
th« other makes and out own of las! >(•" rne>
are made by skill* I workmen, of best hartwooo.
nnlshfd in the t» tl ro mi every part U»?«<i ;'n<l
bolted. They are ex eedingly «tri . and «uostantiai.
a.« well a* neat appearing; have !arc c-mf-irtaNe
.. •- ctronst back reat. and move automatically.
We |_v< then In two stylet, for two or four r*"
so"« as rnsv !•« t'.f-lre^. ar.'! "-ur prices, onswenng
quality, nre the low< si ••' all. „
TWO SB ATEn SWING?, very apecial " l ,V
FOIK SBATBO SWINGS, ... : -'»
LAWN SBTTEE3, hard«,v><l. j.alnted r»'l . . '• °
GARDEN HOSE suara teed 23 feet ■ I__"
IIOSK ItEBI.<. hardwood -•••«'
LAWN MOWERS, up from __■
HAMMOCK CHAIRS, anna. <- <"
ri/IV/KIl BEBD3, ir~ variety, parkaee... I«■
VEGETABLE BEEDS, large variety, pack- |_
ace
It Is » positive fact thit our lin« of <;•> Carts ls
or.A of the -mat complete and br,t. asaortsd In the
<-ltv ■at only In r<-car>l to v.irlety of patc-rns. J-'ir
also on account of iholr superb POBJlructlon/; tftejr
neat arp»«rat.>-« and tlirlr splendid Krars. an!, what
It the mm Important, at prices f»r below all of our
comt/eiltord.
AGE>TS WAXTKD,
! v '■■•■■■ :: — "'
. ' e U \£h
Iny occup^llnS-ou may be .nw«ed li"^
v honorable. leHtlmate.ini permanent. Ad
ar-'L* v. M. GBlfl IN. Kej !••-
want one Twnnv "t y">ir nwn*>.
AICTIOX BA—ES.
E»TABLIBIIKn ISSO.
IU.IIAKH WALTBRS-'SON'S.
Au.-tione«-rs anl Al'i'raicers
SALESROOM. •'•'■" "1" AU
• tetw^en 38th and SOth ■ '>:.
•■•r every Tuesday, 11 »- m
■:.,... of nous. '".nlt.yo
r.MiM.^ v %v\i.t;:i:s. Auctioneer.
A MOW METHOD OT TKBATIMC.
ALL DISBASES of the «kln. blood, nervous
bladder troubi«s. blued W™rA:.? ™^"*
SSSh. happ:,.e.s.. > __f^ t __S
fr««. 11-« or 7-S. Dr. NbLDEN. Id _a a i
2J«th-kt. ____________——- _— — -i — — — — • —
.WTKIIK JKWEI.UV.
THB FLEUH DE IA'P. 2S West S3d-M.,
"ppe»lt« Waldorf-Astoria— Unique D*-
I Antiques. Bargains In diamond Je
*lry. _^ —— —
ASTR«»I.C»f.V * r\IMISTHV.
refunded. Private residence. :2* WTeal B i
fct . near Broad»ay.
S3KS2S
rard reader H«> yean- sap: PSSt. rr*_*n .
future- strictly private; ladt^. $1. 8*""
men **■ Satisfaction sasxaaUadi money
"funded. Private residence. 228 «'« »'h
ft.. near Broadway.
PROF 6T L.KON. *l. ntlfi'- astrologer. an-
P y2.rV practice. 108 West Kth at., n-ar
fi'h-ave-. Consultation tl
r.M through paychlc power. T«5 r,,h k ve..
n»ar 43d-st
• _v TO FORTUNE, suceeSß guaranteed,
fiHure prwp#ci». life remdin. $1. OOUE,
ConwltlnS .wroloner. 330 Wwt ll»h-»t.
i, v THALJPAK. scl^ntine hand reader,
we..- »M-et . l to «. I *> to JO; teasona
(riven _^______— -— _— ——
Jo £et for J3u9inc33 [Jnrposcg
T OFFICES,
VERY LIG
IAHCE A>n BstAIX.
SOUTHERN & EASTERN EXPOSURE.
WARM I> WINTER! COOI, l> MMMHR.
MARKET & FULTON BANK 81/DTi,
Sl-M KII,TO\ ST.
RULAND & WHITING CO.
6 ■a_6__-Ui ST.
2ND LOFT TO LET.
Light on 3 sides: 7»x70, with or without powar; lar*»
elevator. 673-679 Water-«t., N. 1 '•»>'■
171 OR RENT. —Office. 14522. In one of the nnest office
£*• buildings: every cenvenfnee. Call Room 614. 200
Broadway, or 'phone 28 Franklin.
LOFTS. 75 feat front by 45 feet deep, with »team heat,
J_^ elevator and steam hol»t; first class building; excel
lent li«ht, convenient location; rents low. PRINCE &
KINKEL. IRON WORKS. 655 West 334-i'_
E PLEASED TO ADD YOUR NAME TO OUR LIST OF CHARGE CUSTOMERS.
MAPLE OH MAHOOANT DRBSSBB, of v-ry tin*
do?isn with large mirror of heavy French bevelled
plate- handsomely carved stanchions and frame:
two larpr- drawer?, two smaller drawers; extra tine
cabinet wort and finish; very pp»cial for 90 90
•his sale at ... • *
FOLDING BED. st very pretty «tyle, in polished
mahogany and golden oak finish. pan»l front, carved
frame and front; mirror in gallery; very good d"
sign and of exceptionally desirable construction
throughout 1 1 Cf)
Our special price only . ■ ■ •*^ v
A large variety of other styles, equally •\ r *l\*at
values.
DINING EXTENSION TABLE of very desirable
design, in polished golden ah finish; turned legs,
1 in. in diameter; round top. 42x42: C AC
foot size, only °*"°
Other sizes at correspondingly low pricey.
CATALOGUE.
"Guide to Housekeeping ," comprising *U>4 pa?»s,
divided Into 4 sections. For I<V. the full set mailed
free to buyer. Section 5 describes Kitchen Supplies,
Stoves, &••.: 20- paxes. Section *> ribes I«imps,
TaMfl Ware. &c; 112 page* Section 8 describes
Medium and Hish Grade Furniture; .';f4 pages Sec
tion X describes (So Carts. Section F describes R«
rrlgerators. Section <i describes Baby Carriages.
Send for t902 Patalo— le of Baby Carriages. Any
of these, sections sent fr»e upon application to. mall
order department. trend for our Special Hook on
Kitchen Outfits.
HOLS
We a!--'* rarry the fines? lin» of ci.?hl«n.». lace
para«i)l .••-. paranoia and robe-j.
GO CATtT, In nnn make and beantirol C J^ % -,
d'stsn *
"".<"> ("Artr. botior and ffroneer than 7.65
,T ' r. Q
others at $s. ;>.-,. 98.75. »i0.«5. ?It.OS sad
i? I U. 5.%.
BABY r\\RRIA<"SE3 as lon as !fcBS
<;>> TART CUSHIONS up from •«■**«
PARASOLS. *!.:»>. $1.45. 1*1.1.". 7Sc. and
l!»c-.
There ar» «o many ■-..•• styles nr.'l coostruc
tiirit* of Itlue Flame Oil Stqvea oftfre-i for sale that
there Is no way for purchasers of knowing what
thoy 'are buylntr. We have tested thei nil and CO»
chi*ed in • '•■'- trie Trrjr h.«t ■' any cost, and we
arm..«i n..« sh.v.vlnK th« Mr.e?t l:re of niu* Flame Oil
Stov«n tftar are really !<m»kf I»'sm and ixi"rle?<, and
tell thVm below the prlcwii »t oih»r. Inferior K'"»l-
«"ull and rf-e trifm in o|»ratlon.
The price for a - burner BLUE FLAME C A C
-;..-. only - *.'.\J%*
Ttm«i» with 3 burners. Fame construe- " 7k
Iloi * •""•'
ABSoitrnon iiomi: n re.
AVOID THE KNIFE We cur« tumor*;
ovurlar; di!»<';i?e.*. (lexlous backache, pile*.
nervousness; stop harsh treatment: when
all others fall write us; free ample; c»n
■ulta.lion. HIBAIJJ A _KB, 1.13 A
Broadway.
ATTKRTIOJI. LADIES. IF VOIT.
CONTEMPLATE buyins Oren of lining
■Ilka call and are us. Manufacturer*.
scents Victor Dress Silks. 10 West 22il- st.
A MS. KTC. EXTERMINATED.
DEAPIND FATAL BUG LIQUID, v »»t.
cheapest, <iear.<»»t: never fails; kerps
away moaqultoas; cure* moaqulto bites; i I
pol?ono\i- at all dealer*. Oftice. ol> C'h
„■ , nv.v rorlt.
A <,<>«.!) «ll\\(i: TO SAVE
MONEY Fine Shoe Repairing; sole and
|1 oo i.. . „ .;. .■ •
DANIFLS lOH Fulton t., N. V : room 417
AKT II K.MTI'HK.
MCI i:i;n AND ANTIQUE, repaired and
p"!t!"hed. at your own 1 aelSesei.. In or out
of town: unequalled French poUHi; parquet
floors scraped and ollshed; (Jrst-clan work
mar ship ruar^nteed. AMreaa A. SEV
FRIEJ] ■. 652 West IBBd it
U IMH F. \HT II IIMTI BE,
ARTIPTIC wood carver; I can produce on
wood any artistic deslpn desired. Antique
furniture reprodnced. DELI.A MONICA.
2U Ea«t 2?th-st. Telephone 1.V.14 Mad. Sq.
49 IIOOPKH'J* F\T\l. FOOD
CCARANTEES complete riddance, from
Roarhes all d-itg?is-t» s-ll It. O. H. JA J
~IN. <H Cortlandt -st.
A inr_9ES* RKGISTRT.
GRADUATE NURSES, mal» and female:
thoroughly experienced in all dlaea i».
Mr«. COOPER. 4»jH L*xlngton-ave. Tel.
1456 3Sth.
GRADUATE, experienced and male nurses
for permanent ar.' private positions.
HOME ni'RHAU. Id W. 42d-»t. Telephone.
am, KHfiM of rouMire bkhs
REPAIRED cleaned; warranted hue proof,
special ;-pringß furnished; furniture r*
pal'»d and upholstered. T. U. ODETJ> 141
West !t»th-et.
\>Tl<l' T"- FIRMTIRE.
NEWMIX'S Old Reliable Shop. 143 Bart
42d-st. Paradise for collectors genuine
old Colonial Furniture. Our specialty, rare
bits of china, pewter and copper; also choice
rueces of Belton parlor furniture.
H. KLJNGER, 423 Pstk-«-*. (formerly with
Frank Bowie*), Upholyterer and Cabinet
LTSker, and dt-aler in Antique Furniture.
Auction Sales of Real siatc
WILLIAM M. RYAN, Auctioneer,
win Mil at auction nt the New Tort Real Estate
Salesroom. 11l Uroadway. at 12 o'clock noon.
THIHSnVV. AI'KII. 17TH. um»2.
SUPREME COURT FORECLOSURE SALE.
un(jOT ," h p i, r^-tlon of AHTHI'R P TRUAX. Eaq , r»f«r-.
DESSUUBUB aPAKTMF:nT HOUSE,
8. E. COR. AMSTERDAM AYE. & 118 th St.,
seven story and cellar brick «nd ston« e.le\ator apart
ment house. In first dun condition, containing 41 apart
ments fully rented. Size of lot KioxloO.il.
RONALD K. BROWN, Esq.. 320 Broadway. Atty. for
Maps at°the' auctioneer's office. 149 Broadway. N. Y. City.
Co Ccl LinaincsG J]urpo3co.
TO LET. — Three story and basement house. Xo. 130
West 32d-st.. near Broadway, for business purposes,
with show win-low in first story and basement. Apply
THOMAS DIMOND. 12S West 33d-st.
TO LET — Four story and high bs?<«m*nt factory. well
lighted. 137 West 32d Street, near Broadway, with
store front, with or without steam power. Apply to
THOMAS DIMOND. 12S Wen 83d-»t.
TO RENT — A store In F"ulton-»t.. n«ar Broadway, with
ba««ment an! subcellar. A.ddr*^« BU&i>tESS. Trlbun*
Offlca.
UPHOLSTERY.
AWNINGS v*rr TO ORDER AT SHoRTF NOTirR KSTIMATE3
GRATIS.
AT.IT 'STAKLB AWNINGS, will fit any window 2 ft. « In. la 4 ft. wlie;
easily put up and tak»n down; nothing to pat out of order; each 2.98
comple:"; special
SLIP COVERS made to order at ahoftesl notio«. Material and n»rkmin
ship the best. Trices ■••■•
Cross Stripe s=nowflake CURTAINS 3 yards lor?; resniiar vain. Q^f"
$1.75; special, r»r pair w
Double Faced Armur« PORTIERHP. * yards lose frlneM top O QH i
and bottom; regular value, 5».7."i; special, p"r pair .... *" *-*
Scotch *— «■■ CURTAINS, 3 yards Ion?, white and •■m: revatar /SOp
value. BSc.; special, per r.nir »»y_
SO in h Figured CRETONNE, assorted color* .•'•■ ; .lo^icn*: r«e- i C —
ular value, 21c.; epeclal. pt yard ... . • «7C
SfV inch Figured BILKOLINB, e»tra quality, norelty seslaii -»i | (\ n
alar value. 15c.; special, per yard .. l''C j
FURNISHINGS.
inr COOD9 bhu'-i-iiiiv
MARBLE KI'WP.K.-. Antiques, rltane
■•" \: ' ':.- KOKHL. 111 1
Steri ' 2ai Weel i l«th si
am- facial * nun AII.>IKXTS.
ail Luoca HAIR. V.iirts. Moles re
moved (cuaran:r»-J> with electricity;
painl«*u. Mm IVBBHKit. 643 BeUford
a\c. I'rookljra, r.ear I'viuvst.
a wirMii.itn !• sucrcieu.
GUARANTEES to make hair prow on ball
hcada. stop r»lllni ; Manicure: Facial
Mnsaase. vi; ... JACOBEON. 3.*» West _sl
\ BOOK TO M rKKiir.iiN.
VITAPItY (nature rorces), soothe, vitalise,
cure without drugs, nerrou*, tnanfatl «!i*
eayts. paralyyb. also rheamatlsm: poison
extracted, dru. Wood Imparities. !•>• mar
velous ELECTRIC FOOT PLATE TREAT
ME.NT; hot air bai vital maftettsm; CON
SULTATION FREE It. I !.'.'. > ■ >UK.
lift Bad Mth-«1 Telephone IHM-agri
AX EXCELLENT SYSTEM.
LADIES' cloak*, sulta, skirts and waists to
measure ; price> of ready made en credit.
EDELMEN 1 . 41 I isl Ilro.TdT. ay.
AS9O4 IAT_D LAW MT.fl AMM >
<INrORpnRATF.PI. 239 BROADWAY.
Composed of able lawyers with «pec»al
training in particular braaclie*.
Business divided into separate departments.
MX. KINDS OF CASES ACCEPTED.
City, comttry or foreign.
ajmeV BS, fIRKIS A MI.VKR.
AT EUI-ES ART GALLERY. 105 West *2d
st. near 6th-ave.— Antiques, curio*, old
Jewels, silverware;, rare fans, paintings.
miniatures and weapons. Old sold bought.
GRAGG ANTIQUES ••'"'. |M Wesl «_ it
ban and !"IL-» old muhoganv. ilbrer, l'»'
elr-. ( r.lonlal china.
AMIUIK CLOCKS.
CHARLES KORFHAOE. MM Vast —iksl.
manufacturer of tubular. n n^ and chim-
Ins hall clocks In beautiful designed caaea:
also repairing of antique complicated clocks
and watches.
BUSINESS CHANCES.
BUSINESS MAN with $1,500 cash and Al
references can become partner In legiti
mate enterprise Wbere abov- amount can
be Invested. Will guarantee riSßt person
$10,000 profits this month. No chance of
loss -or pers.inal tntervi»iv. Principals
only. CARLSTON. Boa 4?. Trlb-in- Ip
town Offlo*. 1.242 Broadwnv.
TO INVEST.— SS,OOO to 110.
vices. In a business that
llshed and raving. Addr<>s
particulars. Boa SO, 2fi3 \V»!
' . _ — . — ■ <e>
t-\pT.<->— TABLE of vr- n-»t und desirable de
sign"; t-.irn»d ">et;i>. lower shelf, square top 24x2» In.:
In »ith"r eoM«n oak or mahogany HMM 77C
highly polished. Our sp-cial price only *' w
WHXTB E_t_D BED. wits bra's •=)?»?;
and caps 3 ft.. 3 ft. • and 4 ft . double weare
woven wire sprinar. wits cable SOS— arts; soft 'op
mattress, eatra heavy; two 24 "> feath— ■ A «-
Pillows: "II templets for . "•*-'«'
Special Sale of Hair Mattresses.
Ph*srt Hair in A. C A. tlrkin*. cr<« or two -•-'"-
3 ft. >r-n Its ' 3 ft. « ( •"■ lbs.) ♦ ft, '4 A lbs.)
•3.78
4 ft. « .4.". ItM 1
54.T5
Spec!*! Ml\-d Soft Halr:-
.1 ft « i.V. lr« .
a ft. (3ft lbs )
4 ft t-*. ■is i»a «
OT7R WAGONS DELI^T-R r,ooPfs TO ALL
BCTTKW AND StMMFR RESORTS
WITHIN A PISTANCE OF IM MFLE3.
Other* at .<I««.:.V Sir.. •:.-.. HIM, 8.65 t
510.-T, ani O.KJO I
OAS RANGES, fin- rnakf-. SIH..-.0. A7C i
Sio/jn ami £P
HOT PLATES. 2 ■■■■:- up fr"m J>««i-
OIL, STOVES, 1 burner. 34 in.-h Me
<;.*:=> STOVE?. 1 burner. I'm-, and . Of
AIGQHQt 9TOVES. Me* We, 3Scm in r
2.".«-. and 1"W
Largest -►.. •' . n ot Kitchen P.an«»« In many
Stjlea »n..1 iitira at lha very lowest tiyure*.
In buying i REFRIGERATOR, why not r»t the
h*>t. an lonic a.« yOH ran buy it h^r>> at less than
o'her dealers -»k for th« ordinary styles? \ ijood
Refri»»rat"r will pay tvt ll**lt in en» s»a«on in
tli«" laTing of Ice, arvi it always looks roo<l and n^at.
irhettai an tnf*rt«r one in net only »xp»nMv*» in
course of time but is also urjiihtly. Ours is with
out . •:••■•!! the n' .>r complete lin» of high srraJ*
Re/rineratern at the very lowest prices.
HARDWOOD RETRIGER.\TORS. rani A nr
lly (Ul : 'i.SO
I-tiKi-r .«K.rh £<;.-,*». 5T. 7.".. *■».!»."». <4|«>.S4» and
.51 ::.r.i>.
.JI.ASS IJXEO nEJ-RIt;ERATOPvS. 9/1 iCfk
up from * l) '"
xm: oli» cwcx *nar.ZlZ^ ***>{ JAMES L. WELLS, Auctioneer,
s^SSjfi»»*s*3!Sr Assignee's Sale,
! . ■ ;.. ■.. ■ XLJUXS TrESDAY Ai'KII, -% !COQK
'■ *•••'■ ■-" v m T'r i,iw.«j N V •: ■-- -
— CHOICE INVESTMENT PROPERTIES
N»!c>nir!nir to the
ESTATE OK .1 OKI a hIRTMID
746 to 752 WESTCHESTER AYE.,
Southeast torn* i of Bnvk At».
each 9t« lifrv brick Kor*a an.t anartraenta.
9 EXTRA DEEP LOTS.
■ WESTCHESTEH ati adjoir.ir.s abov»
and e\tM»»ilnar lo Port Morrt* Branch R. R.
556 to 566 BROOK AYE.
•ant «i<J». frnm WcstchCSMT A*v. tf»
liOth St. t-ach flve story brick stores and apartneat*
4 LOTS. ST. ANN'S AYE.,
west »!■)«•. "5 tf*t rt^rth of 1 40 th Stntt.
6 LOTS. ISOTH STREET,
Th:-->« M HMMII :-> I- 1 -flL.tnniiT >' Ann* Ay». L/>t«L
T^rf«l on north sld«». directly opposite.
' 5 PRIVATE DWELLINGS.
202. 204. 208. 224. 228
WEST I36TH STREET,
...,- 7--, \^e- ". *ach ■, 3 stor>* »n-1 ba^m^n' brir!t *nrl
brownatciM dw»nbnj; lots- IT.B and 1«9 by »**■«« ''""■■****.
ILL DOWER ■ BIGHTS CO.WEYED to
PVUCIIASERS.
For Mars <«'■■•; particulars sprly to HERBERT B SHOE
MAKER. A9al«tW». ■' Brr-adway: AXDBEtV SHIUANP.
Em. Attorney f.-- •«■*■■•• 7! Flr-M'-l* *y. and JAJIEa
L. .\K1.1.~ ■•-(«--. Ul Broadway.
EXPBHT Repslrln-: Special! <■- JatfoMi
•'■■•.■»;«• Ha'!. Ch.'ni- r.nj '•• t \ i,
Clocks. ECUITKIZea, >»3 vj !_j-
A\CU:\T I'vnTlMlf Jt VIOLI.\S.
EXHIBITION piintins^. ]_rat_.^T—«aMa
to. Teihur*. Mnrillo, violins. Stn_ltvarlus,
Arr.ati HKVRY WCUirrENBKRG Im
porter. 120 East SOth-«t,
ALL 1 OUT niSKIsKI.
POSITIVELY .successfully ami painlessly
treated; lnirro»n n.ilis a st>ec:alty manl
curlnr- Pr US9CH '^T4 3J iv e . between
r.Mli and 59th eta.
AKCADE TIRKISH nATIII*.
WINDSOR ARCADB KATH3-— Tnrkbh.
i. ■*•■__ Roman. Sulphur Electrtc Nau
helm; superior sssolnt— »nts; aUUe4 .ii
en<l..n.j; popular prices: exclusively for
ladle?; every requisite lot * dalr.ty. iux«rl
Bs t46 . ..-« aDd satlsfactor >' "ath. 7
noni\ v
SLAajfiSOTER raOBOK ULL
■— SIS 5 IO '« BOOK STORE.
•B BROADWAY. H_%B 12TH-ST.
Everybody in New- York and for fifty
rnlles around kn .w» Loverinir. His -.tor* la
tne neadquHrters for bock lovers and book
outers. Special prices for N,oks that can
not be obtained elsewhere. All kind!, of
£■ *» to gulf all taste» and all pock-it
rookn. H|stert*al books, hi graphical. r«
iySSi •«''*ntlf.c. books of travel, books
or new—j. books for children, poetry, etc..
TC. AnvthiriK v->u want, and positively at
the lowest possible prices in the United
:>tat-s. Encyclopedias on sal* for a sons—
etons. Chambers's. Brltannica and
* ecple s. Books and librartee purchased.
LOVEKING. SC3 BROADWAY. N. Y.
A£>VBBCTU*KaIK>TS »n-i »ur>«criptlon» for
The Tribune received at their Uptown Of
fice. No. 1.242 Broadway. "d door north of
31st-st.. until » ■:•.-•',.■< i.. ::. . M UM
ments received at the follor-lnit branch of
fices at regular i-fflee ra'es until a o'clock
p. — i.. viz.: 254 Sth-ave.. s. c. cor. 23d-9t.;
153 6th-ave.. cor. 12lh-st.; 142 Gilumbus
ave.. near Wist 86th-at-: 10<3 West t_ SI _
near 6th-ave. : 92 Cist 14:h-at.; 257 West
4 st. between "th and Sth ayes.: 2tS3
West 125th-»t.: J59 East 47th-st. : 1.33S 3d-
fK)O. with MT
is safe, estali
s. Ktvlnjr full
M liith-st.
For other narrow measnre ad.
vertl»em^nt» t»e»» race i:t.
•^nrtiott Gales of Real Estate.
CIEO. R. READ, Auctioneer,
will sell at auction
THURSDAY, April 10th. 1902,
at 12 o"clook toon at the J»ew Toi» Real E»tat» 3al»s
room. No. HI Broadway.
The Valuable Property
NO. 3 EAST 17TH STREET.
bet. ."ilh At*. * H*— ay.
4-story brownstone dwelling. 23x sM A lot ■ ft.
Mans anil Further Information '•an be obtained from th«
Auctioneer? No. t»O^r St. and 1 Madison A-.-. (9061)
NOROTON. CONN.
Foreclosure Sale.— auction. Monday, April
7th 1902 at 2 P, M.. handsome country resi
dence ' formerly occupied by John v. Hecker,
eao consisting of elegant dwelling, complete In
every detail; large carriage house and about flve
and a half acres of. ground In lawn and shade,
fronting on N'oroton Bay. An ideal country resi
dence. Convenient to K. K. station and trolley.
Brook bn property lor SaU
New 2 S 3 Story Ho.
BEAUTIFUL
HOMES.
56 Out of 70 Sold.
Restricted
Neighborhood.
Near Prospect Park,
"n Mttfwoed St. near Flat
bush Ay».. two Mo. - from
ihe Wllllnk entrance to th«
Park. aft minutes to Sew
v ... Superior •-■..,-•
"L" ■*— la* M all part? of
the sity.
Swell and Square Fronts
of various colored stones;
a— i stoop, saloon parlors SI
foyer hall; lanje closets
(and plenty "f th»m>. open
plumbing, tiled bathroom.
«as logs. «tc. Dressing
room rennected with, each
bedroem. Hard-wood finish
d_eag_M* Houses are up
to-date In cry detail.
if too trunk of tniytnr. 4«
net fail to lnsnect. Open
c— - day — any hou-.
Send for Illnstrnttd
nook!-'.
W. A. A. BROWN. Owner.
--. ~ ksasssl a— ■ »--1
illdn-e»<s •«.
30 Mm. from Raw York.
Prices Low. Terms to
S 1.2.-»
VN JIS.COO NEW- YORK HiIT"P Tnr «12.(X>0; »asr
terms; ehoto 3 «ory brownstone dwelling; 11 rooms.
bath; mo-iern improve— ■- McDonoush-st.. near 4 trolley
Iln»« and "L" station; location unsurpassed. "PH'"!V.
1 4R.'! Fu!t«n-st.. Brooklyn^ ___________
4 ft. '40 m .
function Sales ot l\fal Csiaic.
JAMES L WELLS, Auctioneer.
■DUM ' t-^h*. 1 I •__
By nr«ier of th^ Esecu'ors if tJi^
Estate of William Remsen, Dec*d
at 111 -.-;.:> '.■■■ Tork Real En tale f-i.*-- ■■ —
TUESDAY, April Bth, Noon,
the folio— ins
CHOICE INVESTMENT
PROPERTIES
Bryan L. Ken nelly, Auct'r.
*-tll a»lt at auctiox
TT-ESDAT. ' AFKR, •. l*t<Z.
• * 12 o'clock noon, at the
v»-. v«- Baal Estar# Saiesroom. lit Bread--**,
12 Choice 24th Ward Lots,
sttnate*a
MONTGOMERT ani r.>'!!\'" AT?, ••' ";"'".\ri
PI_CE
t'r.'PEBCLJFFE TERR.U-U. MORRI? HEIGHT?.
Also on
rr»«VEHf> FLACK. NEAT. MATSVTON AY.. TRSMONT.
"O per cent of purchase ~-'«v may remain on — >or sssa>
at 5 per cent interest.
Further particulars at Auctioneer' <■. 7 Pla^ ••
D. PH(E!SI\ INGRAHAPI, /\u000c,
EXECUTORS* SALE.
To Close Estate SIMON STERNE Deceased,
WILL nu at ArCTIOX.
At th« S«w York Real F.-t-,'^ Salesroom.
No. 11l Broadway.
TUESDAY, APRIL BTH, 1902.
Hi
re«. 74. East fi9fa Street. 3-story l>rlefc •fw'tltajr.
ItaStxlOO 11
11ITH STRF.ET. South Side. IT' feet *a«T ; -- Ay?.
3 vacant lots. -*eh C3xl(H>lt.
111 TH STREET. North Si!-. -0» feet -as? «th Ar»
T vacant l«?s. each S3*loAn.
112 TH STREET. South Sir!*. in* fe»t east M Ar».
4 vacant tots, each SSsUMtil
I*»th STREET. Sourh 9»». 175 feet west M Ats.
4 vacant lots, each 35xO!>. 11
BJOROI <.»• n«o>.\.
Wsrt
JEROME AVENUE. S. XT. Cor BuchaiMn FUc«.
5 vacant lots, each 23x10t».
70^ Miy Remain on Bund and Mortsas* »t tH l^
Messrs i- : -«-.-- •{ Rogers. Attorneys fi?r Executors. Mk
Book l Map^ind particulars of the Auctl?r.e»r. 11l Wwa*
»jr. Telephone 2431 Cortlandt.
ADVERTISEMENTS and subscriptions tor T6» Trnmna
rec e ivM at
3d door north of 31»t-ar . until & o'clock p. m.
\dvertisem-nt3 »i" >"" received at the folio-wire w^-feh
ofiices it regular office rntw until »*'«»£«»«•• T*? : 2^*
-.tli-nT- « - cor. 231— i : l.».» «»th-a»e.. cor. I2th
7rh in- ft" iv'< ■: -«-? Went l^.%th-!.t.. lAW »<•
» Cl between 7-ith and TTth ats.; l.i»^« :M-»t«., Rear
Clst-Vt- t.Tßfi -W-av«» near S9th-st-; 15T East
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