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<TitTj proper!? fox Sale.
24 EAST 81 ST STREET,
Between Madison and Fifth Avenues.
A paJatia! «»*-lllng. ready for Immediate nrcur*nr->
T,2 i**-\. ■K-ta* ana 75 awt iaaa, Tlth an uJanaaeai runnlr.K
gal Ml CApta st the M. vli.. 102 ft. I in. Absolutely
r.rejroof In construction. A court 17 feat •» I<V miw *\ong
th» «asterly *I<s* of the liouse. thus providlngr abundant
light and ventilation to mm room. 1*« house contains
M rooms. Including: six bathrocmn an.l lavatories. An
♦ieetrte p**»enc*r elevator, dumbwaiter, ir.T#rm7nmunicaT
tT.g tel-pb->nei. electric ttaadas am Indirect steam raflia
-tloo -re amona; th« various aaaaata Improvements that
haw been Introduced. For plans and full particulars
apply to
J. C LVON'S, Builder and Owner.
Rl Rant 1 25 th Street and 128 Broadway.
This Cut represents »everal of a arrcur r *
FIVE NEW DWELLINGS
NOT.- I'-ZING COHPtCTED. AT THE
South Cor. Riverside Dri>r and 106 th St.
ar.nx-':'-^ areMrorture Ii this •'•
■ FOR PLANS. TRICKS. !:"■.. APPLY TO
H. IVES SMITH.
Builder and Owner,
Sn<Te*«nv to I*. M. Stewart anil H. Ire*
Smith.
OFFICEi 4SI FIITH AVi;\in.
FOIL SALE.
New *■ • Mai Am»ri--an basement dwrllire. "■"<•«• Bali
ay» ?. E. rorner '•"-■ s;.: ntatm Hi roims. 3 bathrooms;
decorated; ready for immedia^* oecupascyj open for in—
spc<-tl<-n «»rv dm .-,-• 1-B.r PIMONBOX. I4A Broadway.
75th St., near "ladison Aye.
A rrefliurr. 5r- ] awelllnp re- order; price r»a?'r.
aMe , (&m\
APPLY TO
<;r<i. r. ki;\i).
1 MAOISO!K K\V. CEDAR ST.
RIVERSIDE DRIVE.
APARTMENT HOrsK AT A GREAT BARGAIN.
VVILLIAM M. RYAN. 14» Broadway. N. Y. <"lty
AMERICAN BASEMENT
THREE STOHY AM*
FOUR STORY
■TBBT -=' ; '' " ' BUJWGf
. froa flSr>Ort to $lS".O ftrt . <«n Ftr**u and avenues; a'j tlz't.
WILLIAM R. WARE, '
_■.- „;.-,•-•■ t-IST ST.
STH W".. ABOVE 25TH ST.
A l*rit». Bo* < >r->e.- Property, Mr Imp-oi sag, rwsintsa
■aiiaoai ■ to lea»» lontr term: ran o;.p.irtunity.
•m P. m;vM' •• n. 171 Bway.
V— A. — You can >"'cur» a ISM huilclnir M for
A -\, nothinr. free and clear, by jolntntr our endless chain
system- title riaranteej.' Property ,* l.x-ated in Bron«
rim-nucii near Jerome Avenu*. Empire <"ity track find Si.
KS> -Seminary. I'»r.iH,l»r, n f . ,-.-. Kl-N.-K. » We,t
32a Street evrnlr.rs after ::.V>. or BBL.PKV. 215 West
225 th Street. Monday or Friday evening from S
f» 1».
I^On SALE.— « 4 artf «W East 112 th ot.: orice HI.«W
r «•<*; ••?"<«•" cssh. balanr* 4S per •■'"'. two thr»»
*ters- aT)d'bas*-raent brownstone nrfvKtc dwellings: parquet
gjaara ro trade. Call on J. H. HA MM. 27 William-st.
SarTH ST.. near <"entr»l Park West.— Four star* and
4 basement, hich Ftoop. brownstone dwellinc: lot
2<Vicl<V> .S; hard wood throughout; bay window: exterisl<-.n
tn .. .-, ; floor: two bathroom*: A per cent mortrape; r.sk-
Inr *40« nO: want offer. GBOItGE Horn ISA Nasrau st.
— TM AVK in THE FIFTIES
• " Corner plot. 7r« feet frontace; price $I.V>.<W>.
L. TAXEXHAI'M. STRAUSS & (TV. 049 Broadway
lytlH - 133 WEST.— Four story modem dwelling;
t 't cabinet finish: ll»r>- plumbing: I«2x2<i: \er\- de
straMe: ?.".<«•'; easy terms; caretaker. SPENOER. IS
Mulden Lane. >V -.- :, • -
(Tutj J3rcpcrtTi Sox &nir or do Cct.
f AUISON. N J- — 14 tvaaa house; a.! improvements;
lari?e, caillaave house; Mile or rent. rum)sh»-<l <.r un
lunttali larpe shady rroun<s?; desirable; near sta'^^a
A L.. REYNOLDS.
(Tilri JJropciin do Cc:.
K;N'i.-l'.H !'■•.)■ -'-• Ward, ear Van <~«rtlandt Park. —
Four .acres. hlKh rround, suit »«t»r front. 13 room*.
«>tar>|e truit and shud*. ■ra*W. s»w»r. !«xi train*: «l*n
trolley: r'Tit S<>"o: 'five ■■, ten yearn; fmnt may niter and
lmnrnv* to suit; improvements will be appraised an-; paid
icr at end of leaae. .-
M. M SINGER * 'V».. 35 Nassau st.
<)QT WEST 127TH-ST.-- Thre* s>tory broivnMone h"U(t»:
■ perfect order: ten rooms, bath: Rood rtelKhhor
riood- convenient to L> station: rent »>•«". varant. Apply
.fnrmahcb Cjonscs ffo tci.
F*J__Y sr.fl han<"ssm*ly furnlnh^'J cew f.ve Morj Ameri
can t_seroent duelling to M from May I for «
month* or looser; price $175 month. MuN'TAGCE. Trib
une oftlc_ 1" ...• ..." "
Apartments
( FIRST-CLASS IN ALL THEIR APPOINTMENTS)
— OF—
6, 7 and 8 Rooms,
May now be engaged for immediate or early
Spring occupancy in two of the finest Corner
APARTMENT HOUSES ON BROADWAY.
Jshe WILLIAM,
98th STREET AND BROADWAY (North West Corner).
75he MAGj\ T OLIA,
102 d STREET AND BROADWAY iSoulh West Corner).
H^HERE arc no apartment houses in this city better kept and better
1 managed than these. They are not owned by speculators, but by an
estate for a permanent investment; and the aim of this estate is to maintain
only first-class property for tenants who can appreciate the very best ot
attention and faultless service.
These buildings, being of the most modern type, contain all the latest
known conveniences, such as electric elevators, long-distance telephones in
every apartment, mail chutes in the halls, electric light fixtures, etc , etc.
Liveried servants, luxuriously furnished entrance halls, reception
rooms, etc.
Superintendent in each house.
The very best of references essential.
Bents Exceptionally
TAX/L MA^E'R. 211 West 116 th Street.
Tel. 297 Harlem.
The Astor Estate's New Apartments. I
GRAHAM COURT, |
At the mcctine of St. Nicholas & Seventh Avcs.. 116 th to 117 th Streets. <
Apartments of e3e 3 8 and 9 Rooms,
SI, 100 to 52,000 a year.
nXCAGEMEMS FOR SPRI>O OCCUPANCY MAY SOW BE 3IAnE.
GRAHAM COURT is the most conspicuous example of the highest
achievement in apartment house construction in this city. It is replete
with innovations. The building surrounds a court garden 79 feet deep and
1 98 feet wide. Every apartment is lighted either from the street or the court, £
Besides four passenger elevators, there are six independent stairs and elevators »
fortradesmen and servants, giving direct access to the kitchens. Filtered water, ;
steam and out-door clothes-drying facilities and other modern appointments. »
NO. 235 WEST 75TH ST., _£„:." |
Applications for future vacancies will be received. ;
ft «
*pi>l» at Office of Snperlntrnilenl on Prfinli«e«.
Illustrate*! booklet T*ith floor plans mnllrtl on nppllcntlon.
EUCLID HALL,
BROADWAY Entire Block v** 85th to S6th St.
■ I — — — —
OF
9, 10 and 12 Rooms,
with
2 BATHROOMS TO EACH SUITE.
There are no living quarters in this city
that compare with these apartments In
size, arrangement, convergences and ap
pointments.
Special quarters for men servants.
*RenU $1,800 to £3.600.
Restaurant and Cafe a prospective feature.
A booklet -with Boor plans and detailed Informa
tion !>«nt on request to HFLRBERT DON.AN.
builder, on premises.
Cor. MadiSOn Aye. ) Superb SUITES of 9 very
and 90th St. ) Large Rooms with Two Baths.
A New Building, luxuriously appointed and equipped 'with
every known device that can contribute to the comfort and
convenience of tenants.
Only two apartments to a floor. Among the various Innovations Introduced Into the ar-artmept* • .
STEEL SAFES. TELEPHONES. Sanitary Oarbace. Closets. Model Plumbing Fixture* *••- *"" lmrr - ls are
TWO ELEVATORS wr.v jttobt AXT> DA V
DUFF & CONGER, Agents. Madison Aye., Cor. 86th St.
Tel. f.4l— 7Pth St.
15he DUNSBRO,
120 East 31st St.
A Superbly Appointed and absolutely Fireproof
Apartment House, with Restaurant Facilities.
SUITES OF NINE ROOMS.
Bath. Butler's Pantry snd Separate Servants'
Toilet. Perfect service and attendance.
CHAS. HIBSON, Agt.,
Cor. 34th Street and Lexington Aye.
A New Departure.
A Private Housr — Apartment House.
1078 Madison Avenue.
Ore Apartment on a floor.
It. construction and appointments cannot be
excelled on the Avenue.
Choicest residential section in city.
PARK MADISON,
Madison Aye., 5. E. Cor. 25th St.
Pacing Ma«ll«on Square.
rnusually Miitht. »tti»ctlv» apartment!-. Rxtra large
room* and bath- attendance, etc. For plans and particu
lars apply to " '■'■ '
GEO. R. READ.
1 Mndl-on Ate. <1 <( Odar St.
4 DVBT.TISEMENTS and subscriptions for Ttje Trlf-ne
•**- received at 'he Uptown Office.
NO. 1.242 BROADWAY.
2d door north of 31»t-at.. until 9 c'r!"«ck p. m.
Advertisement* will be received a, the following branch
efflcos at regular office rates until 8 o'clock p. m . vi_: _54
Mb-«»«*.. *. *. tor 2Sd-«t.: lT.:t «i»h-nve.. cor. lath
»• . 92 East 14th-»t.: 287 Went 42d-«t.. between
7th and «th avei. ana West l_stta-»t.i 1..'«*8 -<'l
• if., between 76th and 77th »t«.. 1.0-'« 3d-ave.. near
NEW-YORK DAILY TBTOUIfE. SfJUPAY. APRIL R MB2.
Booklet with floor pians
sent on application.
Moderate.
EVCLI7) HALL
has been expressly rjr- ? !s;r.r-.1 to accommo
date families that have b»pn accustomed
to living in private houses.
A!) the rooms are of an unusual size
an.l the private halls lar>?«> enough to
hold a dance In. These halls can also be
thrown together with the adjoining par
lor and dining room, thereby affording
facilities for the entertainment of guests
that are not equalled in many modern
private residences.
Every room Is perfectly light. Sepa
rate passenger, servants' and freight
elevators.
Heating, plumbing and sanitary equip
ments of the most modern type.
Decorations left to the choice of tenant?
no. 66 East 77 th St.
7 and S ROOMS and BATrf,
With the latest modern appointments Every
room light. REKTS #r.o to i««i.v
CHAS. HIBSON,
Cor. 34th Street and Lexington Aye.
mo /rl":!/ rl ":!' r " mom., separately or In Hull- ninth
A PARTMBXT of five or »cv« rooms, facing S !uyV e,ant
_V I'ark. In private residence with owner; nil Improve
ments; rent reasonable; reference. 240 Hist lSth-Vt.
BB A l th- I/ ',n, n , A '' AH ™ KNTS - wlth or wltho »< prlT«te
l>ath.«. in finest aiurtment house In Bronx- rf>«t->i,ri7r,t
~TH AYE.. 1.045. corner .VUh-st.— ;.;;.. Kilnt a,.»rtm»nt,
APp]'v7 aln?toa I n?to' n ' r ' >arU: " xc<>r>tlona ">- "Sht: WOO to Si.**:
Brooklyn.
IVY CASTLE.
Sasjepsg £tfi_^_^«&; ?„-£?
detach-rt apartn^nt houje. surrounded by beautiful lawn :
10 rooms each, harm* ninliffht exposure. 2.^7 Q u "noy^, ■
Ss^f4w. s!atlon; "* vator - ' nal for^.SSShlii
TTANI.SOMKT y Fi RNTRHBD APARTMENT. S r.^.t,.-
and bath. IMCrMM-.M.. cor. CHnto**v«. R,. m n
A D I^Vp?oVn vb om'cr ons for The rribun <
NO. 1.242 HROAHWAY.
»,< .-M,Z!i? r m J1"-""J 1 "-"" un "l 0 "'clock v. m.
Advertisements will be received at the following i ranch
offlce* at regular office rates until s ° !c! c ock t m vli ™"54
23 'v^ tl^ !^, v Yjr;,,i^rV^^ n
125th--t^ 75« rremont..^;.;^© Sd-ive..^"?
41.-t-tt.: 554 .Id -a _io Bleeoker-nt • 'I"";
Bleeikcr-.t. Brooklyn. X. Y ._ai« Coui-t-.T."
_li> Mlillli--.!. I.in»4 <.n i.»-h \,. >e mark , >. J.
—794 Broad. Also at all A. D. T. office*.
Hnfnrntslicb 'Xpanmcnis^lo^€tl_^
*SLAWSON isTTiO B BS,
WEST SIDE APARTMENTS.
THE LOWELL and THE
EMERSON, AMSTERDAM
C«*n AVK.. 120 TH TO 121 ST ST.
3>OO\J ( Superb location, commanding an
unobstructed view of Columbia
to University. Teachers College.
a- . ~>t\r\ ! Morningside Park. Riverside
$1,200 | Drive and Palisade?. Seven and
; eight rooms and bath: thor
oughly fireproof construction;
" handsome entrance ball; electric
! elevator: liveried hall attend
ee en ' ants: electric light fixtures:
«P«7C»U j Fteam ne . hot water: steam
tn laundry in basement; telephone
10 ■ in each apartment and public
tcci^n ray station telephone in main
3>SUU ; hall: first class restaurant in
.! buildings.
j Suites of two and three rooms
I and bath.
f THE ST. GERMAINE,
$1,000 S. W. CORNER 88TH ST. AND
J A MS. AYE. New building. Five.
to < F ix and seven large rooms and
_i -inn bath: electric light fixtures; ele
3>l,_.UU vator service all night; all mod
*■ crn Improvements.
rTHE MILFORD, 211 w. IOIST
<C/< an ST New house, near Broad-
J)4OU way Apartments of four and
J five large, light rooms and bath.
and S with all modern conveniences;
*Ani\ ' elevator, electric light fixtures;
CpOUU telephone in main hall, large
L and handsome entrance.
Slabvson (Si Hobbs
_S* COM Mill AYE.. >K\n 7.11> ST.
Trleph^ne. 2214 ■ Riverside.
Jshe
Manhanset,
New Family
Apartment Hotel,
59th Street,
Near Madison Aye.,
Nos. 61-65 Ea,st.
Strictly Fireproof.
SiiiirK ot three rooms and bath. Unfur
nished $60 to $75. Double suites,
six roo;i-s and two baths. All the rooms
are exceptionally large and V.^hr. Full
hotel service. Convenient 1 to all carHnes.
Rrntfa by <'.'. <; "!i or year.
APARTMENT RESIDENCES.
N. W. Cor. Central Park West
and 108 th Street.
A beautifully situated huildinU nvrrionUinsi
the moat iiirturrxqtte part of the Park.
Suites of 7 and 8 Large Suany Rooms
with many novel ami attractive features.
Xtinn.^ dosirlnp a hish-toned. '■x
cluslve home with every up-to
date convenience and manaßcil in
first-class style can make advan
tageous leases for th* 1 remaining
apartments.
Liberal concession to immediate applicant*.
Tel.. J ■"'> Riverside.
-fnrniQljrb CVpnrtmcuts (To Let
>"i:\!: STH IVB Bverlooktnaj t' -• Park Family
t leai Ing town R i rs ■■■■' fur
iiii)i>- apartments in liirai^ private h< use; »; -
„,-tf.-. t condition; if drsire-d ill cares,
a«rvan< i ng termn. Address F \
y ... !■.».. a 80-. 1"'-
Vy\ RNISHED APARTMENT at Sherry's to rent for
.the sumoer months r : partl<-ular» B'l>!r^.«!< !• . Bos
4.. Tribune l"pt<i»n Office, I 242 Bi i
HANDSOME] furnished apartment, *»-<>n r.-om
c n i •■ ■ ■ rat* i in . t. leph tie, •■ •
i"nrni9i]co {jouocg So tct
LONG BEACH
Fvirrvished Cottages
To tent for season 1802.
THK INN opens ill) 15.
HOTEIi In* 1 «»"•■< In .Tun*
Addn
\. E. I>l< K. LOKti IIK\«II. 1.. I.
Telephone -ir; Long Bea. h
WATER TILL. LONG ISLAND.
Furnished cottage to rent; 12 rooms, bath, closets, tub.
excellent watei ippl; fine drives; l-utt lpk nn-l bathing
convenient to i> > house and K-'lf hnk«. telephone, tele
graph and depol
T R. HA1.1.. Owner. «2 West -jm SI . N V
VT LOCUST. N. .1. "ii North Silr.-nsl.llr> U.Vrr 11
in .■•n;.K' !•> let, fnIlN furnished; «,it.-r. K as.
furnace; >«i :< i ie- for two horses and man neai golf
grounds. A. H UATHEWS. Kassau-st.
\DIRONDACKS. A \er> desirable .«tnj'. full-, fur
nlshed. Applj JOHN M; KHaV MITCHEUJ* -">
Broad s:
/ loNNDTi tt. furnished seashon tt;n;<=.. running
\. water; bathing; golf. l'rofe«soi NORTHROP, Brook
!mi PolytechnU'
/"IRY&TAL 1 BR-lOK. I. I. Cottages to rent. $100 and
\J *"i'"'i f..r the season, furnished; Mi> feet above hlKh
ivntor; line view of bay and Sound; splendid bathing, sail
ing. driving, Ac. H. A. WALKER. 81 Nassau st.
ITtOR RENT At Or RocKawHj". I»n« Island, The
" Ocean Hotel, completely furnished. <-<>n;nliiin<c about
eighty rooms; advantageously situated within three min
utes' walk from the ocean and live minutes from rail
road station: all modern Improvements; cottage for help;
large stable. Apply to ATKINS W. JUNKS A: CO.'
Par Rockaway. L. I.
"L^I.ISHIN"'.. N. V.-.4.'. minutes to Wall Street to jet
i; for season or term, fully furnished, very d«strablx
rarnll) r< «h!-p< •■: 12 rooms; open plumlilnit: m , bath
rooms, porcelain tubs; first da: : stable; excellent garden;
grounds contain six acres; a<ljr,ir.:r>g Rolf links of Flush 1
Ing Country l.'lub; 1125 h month. It. 11. E. ELLIOTT
•!2 William Street. New York City.
LAKE GKOsttSK,
At Polton Desirable cottage !•■ let furnl<he,l A.Mre.os
OWNER. Rocm 15. 248 Broadway.
IARG-E H'HSK and grounds; Montrose. Perm S.OOO
J fe.-t elevation; season, <:ihp Apprj \\ m ,i I'HASD
l.K.n. South Orange. N. .1
SOUTHERN BERKSHIRE HILLS
To rent, at Lakevllle, Conn.. ■ variety of attractive
furnished ■■nt i!!<»
E. l> PEABODY, "r It. M. ItlCKKll
I>akevtll«. Conn. In Wall St. N V.
SHARON. CONN. To let. furnished, for the season
O beautifully situated house; 14 rooms, bath ami mod
el improvements; stable. gani-n. Icehouse; i seres
ground: *« mile from village, on high gn>un<l: use of like
shore and tin- grove. Apply to
I- DUNHAM.
7 East 42J st.
IN DUTCHES« COUNTY. live mil*-* from aUllr.i
•_"•_• hour? from city, very high Kruttnd. a completely
furnished. comfortable house and cottage, modem stable
ice house rVi">l use of two Jersey cows, rent. $t;« •< > Vpnlv
AH. JAMESON*. Clinton Comers. N. V. '
rpO LEASE — I^rc- summer hotel; furnished; all Im-
JL rrovement;; nicely located: water front; •.. experienced
hotel man only. Apply LUKE ni.UERT. Hammrr. Rock
away Beach, l, I.
'■p'" l RENT.— Attractive 10 rrvrn modern residence- shore
J. front lime Island Sound; fully furnishe.l- barn «-ar
riaite houfe; araole ground*: excf-lle nt boating hathina
Sshloa =■■•■■■ anchorage. Address 8.. Boat 2. Northport L, I
DKI.H-.HTFn. furnished rotta^f. Siamfi.M N T
l'K BRISTOU •• W. .V.th st.. N. Y .
A nVERTISEMENTS and nubsorlptions for The Tribune
__. leceHed at their Uptown Office.. JTiDune
NO. 1.24-.' nROADWAT
2.1 >lo.*- north of 31.«t at., until II o'clock n m
Advertisements will be recelve.l at the following branch
oOetaat regular office rate." until 8 O'clock P m.. viz : _-,4
Sth-nv*.. ». c. cor. _!<l-«.: I.Vt litli-avv "cor"l*th
<th anl Bth avei. _«M Went l_sth-Bt.s 1.33S .Til
■v*-.. between 76th and 77th Ml l.O_«t ,'M.avr., near
VSShi ».*!« l«t-»v»- near «>,h- s t ; KJT E«,
l-..th-,t : 75« lr.mon«-a»«.. : «■» .lirl-ave.. nn
♦ l«t-8t.: 354 Sd-ave.i -1O Blt-r«krr-»t.
Connlrn Dropfnn fox gale.
For Sale at Lenox, Mass.
"Shadow Brook"
TIIK magnificent country scat of Anson PftnUa
Stokes, containing 900 acres in Park, farm
and woodland. The house stands on high land,
commanding a errand lake and mountain view.
THE house contains jSfnsic, Reception. Morning,
Drawing, Billiard. Breakfast and Dining Rooms;
2 2 Master Bedrooms, besides bath and dressing
rooms ; also 1 6 servant--' rooms.
T}\¥. Park consists of about 40 acres containing
house, stables, greenhouses and tuo lodge?.
This will be sold with waterfront on Lake, at muck
less than cost, without the farm, if desired, and the
house with or without furniture.
THY. farm, besides the usual farm buildings has six
tenants' houses; dairy, chicken and incubator
house, ice house and boat house on lake. The
whole place is abundantly supplied with water from
its own reservoirs on the mountains, and the famous
v Shadow Brook " runs through the property.
For particular* apply to your own broker; to Real
Fstate Department. Alison P!:elps Stokes. 47 Cedar
St.. New York; or to William Curtis. Lenox. .Mass.
DO \, BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY HONE
you \lt acres of lani. magnificent stone resi-
YUU dence. sumptuously
WANT % Furnished and Decorated.
A^ nil mnilrrn I m proi omen nnil ,
IlKlitol l«v ■>■«••■ kill.
COUNTRY V o hou«e' r K reen'hou?es. and ]1% nous- el
SEAT? V stone and in harmony ivlm rejl
bt A I I dence. Abundant water supply.
AT GREENWICH.
rhotocraphs Bad full information with
J. N. K ALLEY & SON, Sole Agents,
MM nKOADAVAY, >K\V YORK. '
TO CLOSE ESTATE
,«M»-— of the late Mr«. Kunhardt Cllntor. r- : P^»
pert Avenues. New Hrighton. Staten Island; most nch.y
finished and decorated private lealtfenre: • ■ n.; i- ta all
appointments: fine large shaJed rr tads; brie- .taMe wad
carriage house, greenhouses, etc.; Wgli class neiKhbr.r
hood: 40 minutes from Battery; inrtlculer; aril lr.«!.«c ion
rermlt. Apply CORXEt.fITB C KfLIT, 80 i> V--:-- -•- >-
An Hour from New York.
For salr. a beautiful country mansion twelre «er«i of
land In woods lawn!". arrl»n and orchard : larze hou«e.
half mile from station town watei in hmi*~: .^tta^.
bariMlcehoiwe. &c ■ healthful reeion: t.eaurif.n ■• '*;*;.,, .'
valley; near golf links. Apply to EDWARD r MAM I,
TON. >'. Broadway, or 10 ALFRED ELMER MILLS.
M ftown. N. J. ,
COAST OF MAINE.
In Casco Hay 7 miles from PortlaadL facing ocean, an
island of I.Hi acres, pur* water, .■:■: forest, rugs< r^ast.
bea.hec fine boatine ft ids for goll farm and farmhotj.se.
steamboat wharf. table for gentlemans_ or
rmall colony. Iln-tbl't on application lo rRANK H
m'.iikatt, «0 waii-«.. New-Tort.
M> ii N'i' VRIIXON. '-".' mlnufea froni «2.1 -«t : I 0"*
"-<.-!.» r<wms modern Improvement*, lot >_•.<•> up
wards. House* for sale. X3.iH»>.fi<i upwards. Propertj to
exr-hance for New Tors <ity property. _
V-™- — House ~n Iteauttful «'hetffr Hill. . minutes
walk from d^pr.t. 12 rooms, modern improvements. - bath
rooms parau«i fIOOW, t.ardwood trim rhfugh vi elegant
r .strlct»d neighborhood, hot water heat, lot .OxlTO, price
8IZ..V1O.OO: terms to suit.
1|,,g,. ,-■-, So. Ist Aye. 0 rooms, a" Improvements
,„.„,' I .wl l^H-ation. ■ phimblns. Price, *• 7: '" easy
tei me |S*K) ■<«'-- - ■ tnon'hly.
> I ; FRIED VlTß7.ni' P.' "'.
M Aye. and Ist SI .
Hank ItMc. >.!- Vernon.
I'IHIJHKKKPSIK. >. V.
Gentleman's Residence .Hyde Park r-a!.. lar^e 2<~ »tnr>
and Lavement r>r|. k dwelling ih acr«-.-> of land, curias'"
hou!«e, gardener*! cottage. Ac; photographs and par
ticulars
GEORGE R JUCKETT. 2 West !S3tb •• . or
MORRIS p. FERRIS .T." Broadway
SUMMER HOMES. — Correspondence is invited with those
►O who are looking for fan rropert'es. No section can
rirr.p^re with th* laVe district of New-Hampshir« ' '
beauty cf mountains. In summer or winter, and purity or
drinking water. A practical man who has had th- expe
rience of taking up and Improving an old New- Hampshire
farm will gladlj give a.ll 1:.: rmatloh.
I). It. SLADE. Centre lU'l r, N. K.
MURRAY Mil. l. STATION. Flujninjr. L. I. -Greater
New V"rk'.» best residential f-ctlon; idem de
tached homes; ill Improvement ß : IO now ready: »4.«¥» to
J7..V»i: easy terms JOHN DATTON ■ CO.. Broadway
and I4tn St.. Flushing. 1. I. I
\TB\V TEX-KO<>M H<>! SB all Improvements; hl^h
« ground. P. O. i;. > 147. Bronx* lll-.
(k 'I/ 'VI M, <*> 'TT \<:k. I* rooms Hied bat* and butl»r'»
yj ................ «; .1 open firepU.vs: hot wjfer
hendriK ra< electricity, ponclalri >.«th. exp-^se.l pltimblnc.
piped water srwei sidewalks t'».li"(> feet ground. -.-><> ill
J.;'.,' ■■„ -„>--- view of Hudson: .'■..*• minutes from Grand <
Central. 4 from depot; -i—.! JT'J.' annually .«4o<> net>; ,
prl. 4- f.i 000 e>taie !iiorrgaK>- <.■••■; per cent; balance I
pas , : po-wl-n arranged BARGAIN 101 West 4.M ?t. j
iiritKxinni: hii.i>.
For sale to cl«s- .in e«tare or will rent, large three.- J
«ory hrkk hou.«e. hall rhiouch crntrr. 1U - rt.«_ i
partially furnishe.l. About .»r.e acre ■•'. ground. H.
Linden St. near M iple* Hotel, ptttstleld. Mass. S.
V. JOHNSON. 18 *\h'l St.. N. Y-. '■•• to 12 A. M.
— FOR SALE— Beautiful Colonial Cottage at Scars
\Fi >H all modern improvements: Mich ground; view
• lav ail moiiern Imprewrements; high ground
of -.vie, and Sound; if yon want a horn you cant [
help bul like '""""!>' •-... minutes out. SWARTWOCT 4 j
CO., 1.522 Park aye . •■'-"■' »t. i
\ COUNTRY RESIDENCE.— High ground; beautiful
, |..« of the Hudson 10l l>"« ft. by 'r-«' ft.: 14 room
house: hoi air heater. Kas. city water; r.e.ir t roller « '■■
price $.-...^m> .ash. X «'. WILSON. Peeksklll. N V. ;
}-• 1 M FOB SALE, bantatn; 80 acres; keep* l'> head; |
1 ' !"-> fruit .r.- . So 1 buildings; near trolley, lak- and
Winsted: prtca *l'.i««' ea*v terms. J. K. SMITH.
Station A. Wln.-ted, ' '"nn. i
BARGAIN, — irnforeseen circuin«tnnces compel me to I
sacrifice my • legant suburban resld#nc« <md barn, on I
r-lot ifiOxSW feet with a frontag" on three streets, cost ;
f'.,. 1 -.,. w "ili accept half. A<ldre» HAVERON. No. 3 Bat
tery Park Building.
T'i REST — Expensively furnished, for the summer, one
I of the finest Dlacea .<n the South Si.> watt fi nl »\ j
tensive lawns house of it rooms all Improvement*;
stable R;m!.-ii man >■> .-are for place; full particulars em
application. Locli Hox 44. Sawllle. U I.
Ti> REST From June is- to October Ist. a fine roan -
I tr , home- *ltu»te,! nti New York and Greenwood I_k- •
Railroad; forty minutes from New-York; five minutes' I
walk from stHti<m. The house Is surrounded by I •■■• j
acres of lawn with ornamental and fruit trees; also laree
vegetable card en Th» house i-ontalna 12 rooms: the use
of 'nurse* and -arrtage* Included. Also cow. Price for ,
Reason.' $1,000 Address Mrs. \VM. BEATTIE. Little Falls. :
N. .1 ■
1 _ ■■ — t
t DVERTIJ'EMENTa and subscriptions for The Tribune j
* received at their l'ptown Office. j
SO. 1. -•»•-• BROADWAT. j
2d doo> north of aii-t-st.. until ■ o'clo, k p. m. !
f
(Lonuirn propcrtn fox Sale or do Let. j
Babylon and West Islip, L. I. j
Furnished <'ottnces. Country AM* Water Fronts and
Farms for rent, sale .r exebaaav. Illustrated Catalogue.
JERE-UAH ROBBING. Babylon. L I.
, 1 V11.1.K AND BATPORT. LONO ISLAND.— Fwf ;
£j' niched cottages, country seats; water front.-* to rent !
„ :i tor sale on i;rent South Hn\ . >.'n.t for catalogue.
.1. S. EDWARDS ■ SON. Sfiyvtlle. 1..ti X Island.
MODERN HOITSES to let and for sale in all Darts
Stater. Island. CORNELIUS KOLFF. .... Broadway.
Real (Esiatc tDantcb.
INARMS WANTED for Immediate >.-»Ie. What have you
r ' to offer? AMERICAN R_AL BSTATE AGENCT. «8 .
Hechanlc-rL; Newark. X. J.
\"*TANTBD. — Pesk room; Wall or Pine sts. preferred.
>> Address RANDOLPH, Boa -M. Tribune OOc*.
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>> a small office: wlllitiK to pay for use of telephone
"and for typewriting; must be In a modrrn hulldlnic on |
Plr.e «t. or I hereabout*. Address T. R. care of Frank B.
Whit- Co.. IT- Nasssai -t
4 DVERTISEMENTS and subscriptions tor The Tribuaa
■*■ received '.t their Uptown Office.
NO. 1.542 BROADWAT.
2d d""." north <■( 31»t-st.. untU 9 o'clock p. m.
a<l«silla<llll III! will be receUed a: the following branch
offices at regular effice rates -nt.l » o'clock p. m.. viz.: _.". 1
f»tli-n^e., s. c. cor. 23d-a_; 153 tith-ave., cor. 12th- ]
■_: :>- Knit 14«U-!it.; _57 West 4-d-at.. between
7th and bth a vol.; _U3 cat 1— li-»t. : I.3CS 3d
ave., between 7Cth an' T7th sts.: l.O_<( ;!il-»ve.. near
tilst St.. 1.70H lat-ate., near S9tli-st.. IST Eaat
l_sth-nt.; 7.">«J Tremont-nT«.; (,Ti» 3d-nve.. near
41st-st. . 554 :tii-»»r.; -1O Bleccker-st.i 3-S
Bleecke?r-st. Brooklyn. >. Y.— _lG toart-at.j
21S Smlth-at.. l.iMil Gatea-a-e. >i>niirL. .X. J. !
7J»-1 Broad-it. Also at all A. D. T. offices.
Conntrn Proper tn fox Salt.
0 US DC II The t(ieal suburb -
Ob If AHL If , -vvat^r front on
Statni Island
New Jersey. Sm ' nd w *?"*
* an.l bathlnj.
Fin«> train service — 1."» minutes. Cfcotce lots and
houses for sale; also rl*»-:irablie houses for rent.
Rf-strlctfd property. For particulars, illustra
tions, prices, etc.. address
SEWAREK iMPROVEMENT GO., SEWAREH, H. J.
- Conntrn prepcrin Cc Let
LENOX. MASS.
Tomplete list of ■■ tgjM -!Terel
FOR SEASON OF ir"!2 NOW READ".
SAMUEL FROTHIXGHAM & CO.,
51 I ll>.-rtv St.. -Vetr York.
or WILLIAM »>. CURTIS,
l.mm, »li»»».
ivfoßßlsfoWN, £ AS
of bay In r. on» of th« ftn««r rid r-la'-es ther». •. --r>g 3)
ro<~ms. 11 bedrooms. 2 bathr. rlcclllc lii?!".^: mMcm Im
provement*; extensive lawns; stabling for rt hor?ps. etlolcs
surrounilnrs and within V mlnntffs to station.
EDU. P. HAMILTON .<- CO. M Bmai-^ay.
CRANFOKI>. NEW JERSEY.
Modern furnished and unfurnished houses, all
improvement*. Moderate rentals. Early appli
cants have choice.
FERGUSON A VAN NAME.
"r{ Pipe Street. New York.
VT NOROTO.V. on- f.o-.ir frcm G. C. Depot (ea
I»nr ;-:■-* S.TjnrJ>. ar'l all year round; M r^m
■•■-' ■-••■ every cor.vf r. i.^ir ™; tSDltury rlnmblc?
ar.-i .■•--- T« r*n». fu7r>i?h.=' J of -lrif-irr.isher} by
s«a«.>n or year. P. C BOX 105, XOROTON CONN.
F'R RENT.— OId folonta! h^*~. Va.-hir.sron. CoalßV
'J ! » soon from N»i Tori Eleven larar» rooms, b^
<ii<le* kir.-nen. laundry and 3 .«»rvanr«' rooms Modern
improvement?, pure sp-inK water. larK- yahi*. .T-l-'len.
■--:•' mountain ?• »n. rv. Season, l^nn: t short. 11.009.
W. A. WATTS, P<->x -*CT. N»»-H.-iven. t'onn.
S: for Rental LVtaIoK34 c! oour.tnr seat*
i^ a.id houses f.^r rent in
ÜBST>I»yTKR rOTXTT:
••■ won or year; fiirnlshel o>- nnfnrnisTifd:
Wit H. HOYT « CO., IS West 4M St.
TO IJKT.— First class fottac- in Ri-iEew?c<!. N. J. .
J. three minutes' walk fr.->m -lep.>t: cenrvnient to schools,
churches. *«-. ; II r'-vorn.*: -I! improvements, real $30 pel
... Further particulars, '-all f>r a1ir»«» M. B.
HOLME.*. -4-A «"la-«»on-ave.. FTr^oklyn m
I- v ; .• : h"u?e. cntainlne nine \Bi rrcn«: 5
* acres of grnun.f; beautifully sttuare^, near M»fmc
Bay suitable far fine summer r*sl<l»ne»» ■» r^'Uitn.- farm.
Tor sortleolam a-!.lre«» JEROME ARCHIBALD. Eos 103.
Southampton. Lena lataaA
TWO SI'PERIOR HOI'SE?. ten r'-oins eych: all Improve
ments: open fireplaces; har'iwool fl-^T? ar.'i trim;
npen phimMrte: nrir station: rent J+i". and |300 per
annum. DCVAM. B. BROWN, Ruth»rfor»l. N. J.
JJnsirncncn.
For Young Ladles— City.
T^INDHRrjARTKN Tratnin?.- ??r\r,s rrrm A" Zftttm
_V f?chp!nr^hip^. Z. A. Ct'TTEN. i?upt., A? I^r.« PU«».
Mad E. 1T;!i St. (formerly Me:. Temple.) Crating «-'la»j#».
MISS MfRPHY.
BOAUDINw AND PAT SCHOOL. F«?r?i?-. r r av«L
:«.» an<l 117 \\><>t SGtn St.
MR?. PORKS noxKDtsa ani> day school FOB
GIRLS AND CHJIXRKX.— Homa School 305 W. l(W;!x
St.: Day Scttool, 003 \V. 10'^ rit. Hours '.r rr 0 la 1-5.
CWlilillNG SCHOOL FOR WOMEN ANT> CBJLDBXX
?? 7 t.«*t VSth St. ___^
For Both Sexes— City.
\PTTLTS" Frer.ch in.«tructk.n: marreOom metlwd •Joptrt
In ranee for foreigners' iastracti.n, c-3riveraat:oit
ll»!i/--i ln'3-'. lew»»: private. SOc; r.s.dtf^e. «I. Tt
\rove School. 132 E. «th _St.
muz berijtz school. «-i<- languages.]
J. Mi':- 3v New York. 73 Ccun -St.. Kro" kljt.
Pupils »peak the foreign lar.suaee from t-sinjita*.
FOLK M:;i" \T.~ AT 1A1.15 EXPOSITIOJt
Rest native t—chei » only. *■- :---■'.■•-»:*
WHAT to <J" with my hoy Phrenotor* will aid TOX
>\ FOWI.KR A WEIXS OX. Eas' 21st .-t
For Boys and Toun^ Men— Country.
Gucrwooo INSTITUTE. MATAWAN. N . T sr'',€5 r'' , €
tern, bSStKS April 5 For particulars aidre?a Trof.
«.-. i, BKinvEK. Principal. ____ i ____
rpHK VEASTTNAI'i'. SC'H'Vil, K^>R BOY?.
J. N*w-Mlrfor* I.ltchfl«i-3 Co.. Conn.
l-r'a^r^He".! Sastw. ?X«w ; ButWtep _Mod*ni jrtj
mem i:-' by permission 10 Mrs. Vim. P. blitX,
Patroness of lnsl^l'!e. _^ —
behoof Agencies.
,% 3UBUCAS AXI ■ TKACMBI A 5522
-TV ?uprlf> Trofessfir... Teachers. Tutors i,-vera-s««.
«tc u» Coll»S*», >' •!•- ■•■'- ,m.i t-".inil>». Apply to
Mrs. '.:. J. YCUN>VKL'L.TO.V 23 fnl.in Square. _
4 LVEREn STONE »Yaie mi Olumbia*. 3!R "*
At Mtß it. Tut. rim.- II puptr* <r. rotor's wrtdanc*
/ iO|.i.K<:K r.R.MTATE Je^tres position private s.-h^l.
( Slp/mbe; I -
puMio and : • •• - -
Miss li. : 738 rith •»< stor^.
tw «■ .- NOWELU private tutor, at pupils' "*-.'»<*
I) at 111 "•:. V.'.'. fwo PuP |i3 received ta r.imily.
iivPFRIFSfEP TEACHER .i;-rm.in. wishes for JuV
l«] "'l A««..« N«.rrt in th.- rountr, tn return forg
.Traction in •; :m.n. References exchanse.l AdJr««»
1t,,. ...Vis. s '* xv Fayette St.. n*ltimnre. Ml.
All-- HOI-KINS— American <■'■■> Forelcn Blucartfnsl
AJ \Vnc-v 1 and 3 Inlon Square -suppl.e, professors.
M^bcnu «overnes*es. companions, matrons, to sehooJ
Ind families. Telephone connection. ■
wTTTvxvn IMMEDIATEI>Y.— fJentleman. first d»"
W «iw for t w"fovs: Ladle-" Teacher En«!i.«h: Te«,-h«
. .',-,-.. Teache- lv.me.stic Science; Visiting t»ach-
S r n Fnßil«h .. (c'ty school): German. French. Amer
er. KnkH-»n _ ij rtrjit eU|>g po <, lt , on s : rompanion-
M?w iw>x"v\NS. -To F^st I4th Street. K«taMl»he>i ll*^l I *^
vTcachcre' agencies.
i t.-. parent, full informal Cf gZ^'SZ
lurn "Slow and * ' ernesses sopslted. fcMt—rUw W*j
Uailrotiiis
___- - , i -
WABASH RAILROAD.
»L\CKAU'.«>A LIMITED."
LEWES I Barclay or Christopher St) lft> SiJt
:: gj.% S •• :::::::::: 9^p.m.
KAMOI !< TO>TI>F>T\I. LIMITED."
*•'•:- '/,'« «* n «3 «::::;: : :.. *»[•*
Arrtvrs Detroit i« hours i|> pM.
fhlca«o 2. -i-,PM.
•• • St. low* ■ •■ ib AM
Kansas nt\ *v " £" •* J
Omaha 41 " t?
ONTARIO A WESTERN EXPRESS.
LeaVe, .ft. Fra^Hn »'.... .:.::': *?►?•*
Xr , lv ,i.'nx.<nlv hn, running free re>-llnmg >I^P «•
*■■ eh».-.i«ol 'hair Cars from N \ _ i ,, s 9 -^ S '

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