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MEXICAN NATIONAL.
Slecth cf January— 3001. "-""" ■ '"•'•
•Vuaiber ef -:.e« .. I.SIS -2.-. 1.2»M1
rrr->* carr.Hrs S",°«.:v?4 J'Ut.CIS S«4.S.V>
fitter «^*n«. 4»1.3» 3T1.793 ______
Net e»ralßC« 9214.035 J2fi6.552 J257.303
PERE MARQUETTE.
Mpnth «»I February — . _, __
Vuniber of mile*-..... l. e 2l »i:S I"<^
■^;; s r=inn J57.!.«24 jr.oa.Sl2 5577.492
Operatmc expenses .'..V..24-. -i«.«aa 4>v..100
Vet rrr.:z:::: w »-iS *««.734 $112.3?2
u£«ia 1.-0.77S no.a>i
c urP iu» »s:2.«_s •*♦'■ HI J2.101
G™»%lr!TliS b'.!^7...b '. !^7... 51.445.C21 t:.27« J1.173.52t
OMratms expenses I.2i>s.fi<-* 1.075.2-17 823.231
Vet earnings t23fi.932 i203.M2 1240.M3
-;.... ....: 265.679 235.111 217.531
earplus •126.747 •$.".'. .'.78 123,062
~ «r»*ficit.
ST. foprrpH ANI> «?rakb ISLAND.
Jtsr.'^ of " '"•"«"" — , _ „,
SsSiSnSf. 1 ?!:::::: *<*%! moils »i.^
S^exr tax-s. -tc . . . . «2.2C2 67.252
Netcmrabun $23.14» $43.«« «.«13
Ic ; €r * s r on fund'i debt 16.4W 15.441 E..SQ
BBTOim .... t*** . J27TSM '15.131
G^j'elrninF^. 2^... 5920.215 J^3.«70 5945.54?
expenf es 571.1=3 .V0.02J 780.«5.
Vet e_u n 8 —a- $338,110 t«k>.««2 $214,501
Chafes 130.133 IlM.«i*> " ■•••
Surplus ?227.fi77 ixn.tn *144,.v.l
•Deficit.
tazoo axp Mississirn vat.t.ft.
Month nS Februarj —
Vuribe- of rail*? l.«»l 1.«4. l.« 01
1556.1 M t. r v«2 "A- J4C4 <-M
SSrltinr exp-rse, .-wS.a»l 362>fS 2fi1.»78
Net eamincs - J174.52-* $1?0.t>32 t1*>2.9«"6
Cms' «arain«r* ..".7... $4.557.521 »4.8»351 $.r<M2J>S6
Ct^tarinz expenses 5.<>n1.174 &583J40 2.2<».30S
Net earnintrs - cos . f1.526.347 5L511.993 *■ nx«t
B__BO_f D air line
Month of F«bruary_ 1»12 BHM. Chanpes.
Grws earelnjrs f»05.g1» (835.770 V- *'.'■- »»1
Or*r exp- and tas-s. t87.096 562.979 Inc. 114.107
net » a — ■-.!« pa_; J342.731 ■ »**.«■■
Grifs 5 e Vr^in E C s..r.r7. J7..'.12.r.P2 ST.«SS.I9S Inr $411,304
- irr.in_. J" M 2 r ■-' JT or.c :?s Inr $4U.Bft4
Or." >m- . and taT»«. B 1«1 "' ' ■" •_».•« '- S.3W
N*r «»amirßii 52.3.V).i»07 fl.f*«.2ns <--"-
Kou-rh week in March 332.12* IH.MT In- -7.5*1
Mi-nth of March . I.fll2.i*>« i«M *•" rvc «2.«iio
Frrrr. July 1 SJ_4l«7»» 5.152.8 M toe 571.7*4
RIO ORANUE WE6T_BN
Mnmh at | roan VK&.
Gross earnings JSO2.WSS
Opera'ir.c expe^s=°s . 216,179 21
Net ftminn . H«a.«»M
A<3d irterert from securities, etc 1.415
TmsJ net • -.—. — rir? 5147.43S 75
Prspor.ion <*? l\x»<l charges .... 101,004
Surplus for the month . — 46.. 144 13
Ju!r 1 •- Februan 2S —
Cress" eamine? $1.««?.5S1 S4
Operating: expenses 2.1B».49»«8
Net earnings $1.447.<v,i «|
Ac. interest from securities, etc 22,357
Total net earnlnrs - -. .11,453.41? 71
JTeporuea cf fixed chergrs «f»s.«c .V)
Surr!us for — ■ *ig*t mr>nths $*53.<16 21
UNION BAG AND PAPER.
Th? TTr.ion Eae and Paper Company reports for
the - pven months ended February 1. compared
■with th* preceding twelve months ended March
1. Ml
1902. l*v>i Changes.
Profit* tot year . . »*?«> 470 $«k->3 0«» Inc. J73.4<»7
rjJ\T. paid ■— I due.. 770.0t«> 77" (»•«
Surplus $1116.470 •_:.(>« Inc. $73,407
Frevious surplus.. ._ 740.510 724.16& Inc. 16,341
Tsta.l surplus JS4«,?>^ $757,233 Inc. $59.74S
The balance sheet as of February 2S shows:
Assets— IKC. 1901. Chaape*.
I>al estate, plant. et- $2« iv.'.4M |t5.«2T.T4i 1rvc.5<522.711
Ccsh and .'•- on hand 1.7M.0_i 2.021.P89 Dae. SSX.M
Eh-.3er.ds . ... 577.500 677. m0
Totale »25.«16.»60 $25,527,232 Inc. *~>.74S
Liabilities —
Capitai stt»ck $27,000,000 $27,000,000
Profit — year £76,470 8<«.0C3 Inc. $73,407
fr?-"'j- surplus . 740. ulO 724,16 ft Inc. 16.341
Totals 528.«16.8«P $2«,a27.232 la:. $89,748
TRADE 7.V CHICAGO.
Chicago. April 8 rSpecial).— Wheat early showed
a loss of liS_C but tr*-r.isht's close was U9^C
better than Monday. The big: buyer to-day was
Phillips, who has farm? «11 over Kansas end Is
supposed to know mere ahout Southwestern condi
tions than anybody fife in the trade. Early there
wii* a great deal of September selling by Bartlett
•Frarler. but thej- were taklnp- the wheat back as
Jast 8? they could just before the close. Armour
conUnu*--- active In a * calpins way. buying It when
weak an; selling: it when strong. May opened at
TIV. sold between Be and 7i^c. and closed at 71 a ie
sellers; July closed at T"^*-. and September at 71 s ;c
m en September Is showinff relative -weakness
A crop report by Snow estimates th© winter wheat
rendition at M per cent, and is Interpreted to mean
449,000,000 bushels. That was one of the early bear
influen-es. Cables did not respond to the rally here
yesterday. "Weather conditions were favorable.
Shawtrt were promised for K&nsas. Seaboard clear
' ances were Mum bushels, but these big figures
started the rally. The St. Louis May price suddenly
juaped 514 c; that helped. Then there was the
heavy July buying by Phillips through Mllmlne— *
million or more. That closed the market at about
lift top. Receipts at all Western points were, about
ene-:r.!rd the clearances— 3l3.ooo bushels. Duluth re
ported a considerable demand, with some business
from there. New-York put the export business .it
nineteen leads. The United Kingdom quarterly
etoeks showed a decrease since. January of 3,099,000
bushels.
Corn was much like wheat. i, s c to *^c lower early,
but finally dneina; i;e to 7p7 p ■ higher than Monday.
Everybody teemed in lafl-ig mood at th*- outset;
Ratten and other shorts started to cover. The re
covery was rapid- May opened at 5T" s c, sold be
tween FPje and 5S?»e, and dosed at ss - 4 c: July
I closed at Me. and th a September at SS^ic. The last
prices were about the lop ones. There was a. bet
ter cash business, sales about 150.000 bushels. The
esttoate for to-morrow was only 30 cars. The in
epeotiin to-day only M cars. Cables were easier:
clearances on'y 15,000 bushels. The contract stock.
2.GS,(W bushels. Increased 25.00) bushels. Primary
receipts were :45.<XV bushfe!?. The United Kingdom
stecks. ifiC.Wt bushels, showed an increase since
January of :.167.000 b-shels, although America has
contributed nothing.
Oats were '- 4 - to He lower early, but closed He
tigher tr> Uc lower than Monday. May left off at
43Hc. the July at 33 T »e. and the September at IS 7 *'-.
Favorable, weather was as Influence. Early shorts
were _ ■ best buyers, notably Geddes. The esti
mate Ear to-morrow was only 5.", cars, to-day'« In
spection eir.ly 127 cars. Cash was strong, the. No. S
white 3c ever May. The contract stock. 652.000 bush
el?, increased I23,<y}? boa— a—L
- FturtStares are weakenins. May off 1c to $1 6"
Southwestern seed was off to SI W. Northwestern
se*<3 wa* vr.rhanped at ?1 75. Receipts at th« three
points only lean. against s.i last year.
Provisions «-*r» as erratic a? grain, very weak
early, but finally clo^ins Z'-jr to TV better than
Mends-. There »■«•» only ISA-" 1 hogs, only 45.000
TVest, tcatsat MIW i as t year Speculators are very
bearish. The packers are dirtied. A queer feature
is that hogs cost more than product.
Dinirnb Xoliccs.
—.-.^^"ce «»f <i,,«.na Transfer Boak(.
X HE stock transfer books of tni* company.
■ tt< — , Arrt! I*' IW2. w:ll remain
, ctesed uaui ih« c sr rr businrs, en Tuesday. April End.
>•«* York, Arrl!3. Mi
».#-».«., .. M *' lpc| l > IHnn <irrr( Railway Co.
*? CHARLES E. -Barren- Secretarj-.
XEW YORK * HOM)IRA< HOMRIO Ml?f
l%i. COM PAX V.
IS Broad « as X V.. April B. 11VJ2.
rrrn-c TiIVIDEXD NO. 3s.
i^tiiL trustees of the Company have this (lav
«ec!ire4 the regular m-nthly dividend "f ONE TEII
V"J an lt» capital (tock. payable April SO. lWtt The
transfer books »•••: be eloeed Jrom April 21 to :«. ir*v;
t. HEIDELSHBIMEK. Treasurer.
financial HUriings
THE lake shore AND
MICHIGAN SOUTHERN RAILTI-AT COZITAtrT.
Treaicrer's OfSce, >; r >in'l Central Depot.
THE TRANSFER B<s§kl"3 tfi? Com^nj
»Ul be CLOSED »• three r •*(,* P. M. en TVEDNES-"
«Al. -* ' : " inttant (for the purrore* of the annual
f^ :n / cf the ftooifcolders arP^!nt«J \r, be held at Cleve
St-.:. on " " th <i * y cf May r '* > *"< 3 in be RE
wt..ED en the rrorT'int of FRIDAY: the »th day of
■May next. 1- n . WORCESTER.
Treasurer.
Jii'- TRANSFER BOOKS of this company
A^r«-"u B ,rSl ='<*«>' «t S o'clock p. m.. m Wednesday
?]>£",., i • prepi,r»- -■■. to the annual meetln* of stock
!£j~» 5?J;* held May fe " n<s will b. reof*n«d on Friday.
"' a. iJCC. CHARLES F. COX Treasurer.
THE NEW YORK. CHICAGO A ST. LOUIS RAIL-
X HE TRANSFER BOOKS of this company
... " „,' ' '--■■■-' «•» p. - on W»<Jne»day.
h/i^r"' '. . •Tari-r-v to the annual meeting rt stock
ho.o*r» to be h.ld J». ? 7. «n.l will N. r-orenidon Thur»
*•*• JUi *. iKtt. CHARLES F. COX. Tr«a«urer.
jfn-rani
Metropolitan Securities Company,
* r > WALL ST.
New To— i, Apr.! S. IMC
Notice- to Stockholder* of the Metropolitan
Street RntlTvar Company:
In view of the delay in ir-elli^e to t} >» Stockholders, of
the Metropolitan <-!-»•< Railway Company th« subscrip-
Hob warrants "irnnn+ < rlsrMi to -.->-■• to •-•
stack of this Company .- ■-«- circular of March 20. 1002.
th* time art— Un ■which such Sacrt] •• -will he received
Is extended to tin,: including Tuesday. April 22,
Jf»O2. imm have been made with the Metro
politan .-:-»»• Rail— ■■—;."• to keep its •-->-«'.
book* closed until that day.
KOHSYTH WICXBS, Secretory.
HASKINS & SELLS,
Certified Public Accountants,
\O. SO BROAD ST., SEW YORK.
2C14 De—fccm -•- -■ 30 Oilman Street.
CHICAGO IU. LONDON. E. C
LINCOLN TRCET BLBG.. ST. LOUIS. MO.
THF. CE\TK4I. X*TIO>AL «A\K
OF TH?: CITY OF NEW YORK.
New York. April 8, 1802.
ATA REGULAR MEETING of th*» Board of
"*■ Directors held to-day Mr. Howard J. Francis wan ap
polcted Assistant Cashier of this Bank
C S. YOt'NG. Cashier.
MICHIGAN CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY.
• Room 219 Grand Central Station. New York.
rpHE BONDS OF THE DETROIT AND BAY
CITT RAILROAD COMPANY puaranteer! by —da
Ccmpany. maturinir May Ist. IMS, will be paJd on and
after that date at this office.
CHARLES F COX. Treasurer.
MICHIGAN CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY.
The Con«olidnted Ftrnt Mnrtßiißf Bonds of
this Company maturing- M a; Ist. 1902 win be paid on
— — after that date at the *-» •' Muuaii J. P. Morpan
I Co. 23 v.- : =t.. New York.
•"HAFT .F.~ F. COX. Treasurer.
!3ankrrs anu Brokers
VERMILYE & CO.,
BANKERS,
\^«4r A n>"F. STS.. NEW YORK.
13 CONGRESS BT-J-CT. BOSTOX.
Dealers in U. S. Government Bonds and
ether Investment Securities. Deposits
received and int:.-2Jt allowed on
Balances, subject to draft st sight.
private Wire-* to Ho»«on, Philadelphia.
llnltiuiorr and Klrlimond.
TRACY & CO.,
BANKERS,
- KO. 4O WALL. STREET.
Chicago. NEV YORK. Milwaukee
" ,-' Connect*! by rtriTHa wlra.
DEALER" I*
HIGH-GRADE BONDS.
LIST OF CURRENT INVESTMENT OFFERINGS SENT
ON APPLJCATION.
«- v- < New York Stock Exchan^:.
R: embers j Chicago Stock Exchange.
rOMMISSIOX ORDCUI. EXECUTED XX ALL
MiKhKH.
R. L DAY & CO.
3 NASSAU ST.. NEW YORK.
40 WATER ST., BOSTON
Memiers N. V. and Io»ton Stock Exckaifei.
Trust Co. Stocks
Bought and Sold.
WM. E. NICHOLS & CO.
Tel. 3383 Cort. 15 Wall St.
l^T Quotation Sheet on application.
WILLARD H. JONES & CO.
«uoi<-i<!>or« to Jones A Kendall,
BANKERS &. BROKERS,
Members N. Y. Stock Exchange,
2» nßO\n n-ÜBT, >!:^ ' VORK
srni ko am) novus noi (.in
AND SOLO ON COMMISSION.
Albert H, Vernam & Co,,
BACKERS AND BROKERS.
M NET«* ETREETr. KB TOUK.
Investment Securities,
MEMBERS N"-'.' ':•■■!-.!-: --■■-■< KXCHANGE.
iinanrial lections.
HOME IXSURAXCE COHVAXT.
New V irk. April ?th. IMC
AT THE ANNUAL ELECTION for Directors
■^"^ of thi» Company, held on Monday "th ln*t.. th«
follCTi-ir.g gentlemen were elected for the ensuing year.
Lert P. Morton. Warner Van Norden.
Cornelius N. PI" I *. Duinont Clarke._
John K. W'aehburn. James H Van Woert.
Benjamin l'erkln*. John Clanin.
Elbrid 5 e G. Snow. William r ' "'mes*" ' me s* -
Oeorre H. Hartford. Cord Meyer.
Henry F. Noyea. Levl C. Weir.
Lucien C. Warner.
At » »üb»e<juent Meeting of the Board Mr. John H.
Wtihhur--. was unanimously re-elected President, and
Mr. Elbridpe G. Snow re-eiecfd Vice-President.
« H. CHENEY. Peoretar>.
Gnrrogatc-3' iSoiicc3
TTARRIET B. RANNEY.— Iu pursuance of an
order of Hon. Frank T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate of
__ County of New York, r.otic* _ hereby jtlve.i to ail
i>ers<-n having claims against Harriet U. Kcir.ney. lat»
c* the County of New York. dec*«»ed. to pr-.-. r.t the same,
with voucher* thereof, to the nibacribera at their pjaee
of transacting bu.lneM at the offlc of Thomas Hookey
Kn 4 warren Street, in the Borough of Manhattan. In
the City of New-York, un 01 betore the SOtn day of April
■ft-- New Tork. the
THOMAS HOOKER.
Executors.
THOMAS HOOKFR. Attorney for Executers 4 Warren
Street. Borough of Manhattan. New York Glty.
MDRDOCK. URIEL A.— In pursuance of an
■i**- orler of Hon. Abn-r C. Thomas, a Surrogate of the
rntmtv o* Yew York notice Is hereby i^lven to all persons
v»virs cUimsValnst Uriel A Murdock. late of the Coun
ty of New York, decease!, to present the same. with
vouched thereof to the subscribers, at their place of
trSc7:p. business? at the office of Shiland. Shoemaker
■ nTiaii I - 71 Broadway. In the Borough Of Monhat
fan CUy of New York, on or before the 30th day of May.
fja v 1 EUPP Esecutora.
PHI i\D SHOEMAKER & HEDGES. Attorn-ys for
Executors No! 71 Hroadway. Borough of Manhattan.
New York City. N. Y. __•
IN PURSUANCE of an order of Hon. Frank
T Fltzesrald. a PurDgite ■( the County ■< New
York notice l. hereby riven to all persons havinsr claims
acaliist l*at*lle H. Leech. late of the County of New
York deceased to present the same with vouchers thereof
*,„. ...hsr'th-r •' hi. place »{ transacting buslnesa at
Joe offlc-of Ward. Hayden & Satterlee. No. 120 Hroadway.
in the City of New York, on or before the 27-h day of
A naVed n New York, the 24th day of February. JBO2.
"•' .^.e * D>VID C LEDai, Administrator.
WAR HAYDEN * SATTERLEE. Attjs. for Adminis
trator. 120 Broadway. N. Y.
IX PURSUANCE of an order of Hon. Frank
T Fitzgerald, ■ Surrogate of the County of New York,
vntlce I* hereby riven to all persons having claims against
Thomas T Read, late of th- County of New York, de
*ek«ed H ■■■■■■' the same with vouchers thereof to the
««h«riber at her place of transacting business, to wit:
At the office of S!e«rs. Hatch & Wlckes. her attorney..
No 100 Broadway, in the City of New York, on cr before
%a^d4ew Yofk n the lo llth day of December. 190!
Dated *ew i«». JO SEPHINB A HABIRSUAW.
HATCH * WICXES. Aimlnlßtrairtx. &c
Attorney* for Adrnx.. 100 Broadway, X. Y. City.
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received «' their Uptown Of.cc,
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s,b-«vc.. , ' cor. 23d-* t. : «•"•- «ith-nv«... cor. 12th
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INEW-YORK DAILY TEIBUUB. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 9. - 1902.
REAL ESTATE.
BROADWAY CORNER TLOT SOLD FOR
Thr Central Realty B^nd and Trust Company
has bough: for about $:00.000 from Edward John
ston, the plot of five vacant lots on the southeast
corner of Broadway ani Sisty-ninth-.«t. The di
mensions of the property are 13— tt_ feet in
Broadway. 361. «■* feet in Sixty -ninth-st.. .and 1005
and ufl i^- feet, respectively, on the easterly and
southerly lines. It was said at the office of tha
company that no plans had been decided upon for
Its improvement.
Abhy and Charles F. Marshall yesterday sold
five four story brownston? houses. Nos. 23 to - ; l
East Forty-fourth-st. The selling price was re
ported to be about 160.000. The buyer was reported
to be Thomas B. Deddcn. The plot is the northwest
corner of liadlson-ave. and Forty-fourth-st.. 95
feet in the street and i: ' ■"• f*»« In the avenue.
Jefferson M. Levy has sold the four story bnrarn
stone front house. No. IS East Forty-fifth-st., which
is in the same block as the above. The plot is
3 UN 6 feet.
Mrs. Helena M Flint has sold No. 109 East Thir
ty-ninth a four story and basement brick dwell
ing house. The dimensions of the lot are 25\55.9
feet.
Mrs. Benjamin F. Faynor ha? sold to Frank
Warner. No. 24 West One-hundred-and-twenty
third-st., a four story brownstone dwelling: hoyse,
on lot 16.3x100. 11 feet.
Hosmer B. Parsons yesterday transferred to
James B. Haetrin the Edgeeombe Stables, No. 311
to 317 West One-hundred-and-fortivth-st. The di
mensions of the plot are 140x99.11 feet.
Dr. Aivah H. Doty. Health Officer of the Port of
New-York, yesterday took title from Charles A.
Kuster to property on the south side of Twenty
first-st., f»4 .=■ feet west of Seventh-aye. The dimen
sions are 23.5x101.Tx2n.:x101 feet
It -was reported yesterday that Mahler Brothers
had leased from Ida M. Powell the property ad-
Joinine their store, Nos. 517 and MO Sixth-aye. and
No. 100 to I'M West Thirty-flrst-'t.. for the purpose
of enlarging their store, at an expense of about
$40,000. A member of the firm declined to affirm or
deny the report.
George F. Johnson & Sons have sold to Herman
Kloesp No. 50 Berk-Ft.. a lot 25x100 feet, with house
upon it. for r '..Vi<"'.
A. Silverson has boueht from S. Bloom No. 9«
East Fourth-st. f a lot 21x81 feet. A factory v.'ill
be erected on the land.
A. Saltanu in has sold to Adelsteln & Avruntlne
for various owners Nob. 12.". 125 and 127 Norfolk-st..
southwest corner of Rivinpsion The parcels
are three four story dwelling house?.
Thomas Farley has sold for Charles Conley to
Caroline Amend No. 1.230 Tintnr.-ave.. a two story
brick and frame dwelling house, on lot 22x132 feet.
Simon Fine has sold for Anne Solomon for about
S3i».s<>o the seven story warehouse No. 177 Prince
st . 23xr*3.6 feet.
BUYS BLOCK FRONT IN SIXTH-
Justice P. Henry Pucro bought at th« sale of
th» Remsen estate, by James L. Wells at the
auction rooms yesterday, the block front In Slxth
».ve. between Fifty-fourth and Fifty -fifth ?ts.. for
1382,000. This was considered a pood price. Th*
bidding for the parcel v.as unusually spirited.
HOI'SE NEXT TO HELEN M. GOULD'S BOLD
Charles A. Gardiner yesterday took title to No.
RSI Fifth-ay*. This Is the house adjoining Miss
Helen M. Gould's house on the north. Mr. Gardiner
often nets for Miss Gould.
TAKES TITLE TO BROADWAY. CORNER PLOT
Henry Siegel yesterday took title to the little
building «nd square .-if land on the northwest cor
ner of Broadway and Thirty-fourth This is the
corner which R. H. Mary Ac Co. desired to Include
in Its site for its lara-e new store building. The
owners h^ld It at so high a figure that R. H. Ma •
/ Co. decided to tret along without It. It was later
■old for ■ hlaTh Oirure. and now fails Into Mr. Si*
pel's hands. Th- title was •-••-•■ by Jacob
G. Cohen.
BRONX BUILDING PLANS
The following plans were filed yesterdaj in th?
Building Bureau. Borouch of The Bronx:
River-st.. southeast corner of Meclmnle-st.. Wake
field, one and a half story Stable and wagon ph^d.
SOx— l; Lorlllard Rafrigeratlng Company No 1.16S
Broadway, owner; William T. Mspaa, White I'lains
ave., architect; $:.'<►'.
Two-bundred-and-thlrd-at., north side, 271 '•*'
east of Anthony-aye., two story frame d-*eliinp
house ——S3; Michael ■•!:•■: No. 130 East One-;
hundred-arsd-twenty-thlrd-st.. owner; W. V Dick
arson. Onva-hundrad-and-forty-nlnth-st. ar.d Third
ave.. architect ; !■"■.' •
Jefferson-* C. cast side. 96 '-■ I north of Morris
Park-avc, two s!or>- fr;ime (iwflllnij house. 80x38;
Edward J. Cahlll. Morris Park-aye. an.l Uncoln
at., owner; W. T. Diekerson, One-huntired-anil-for
ty-ninth-st. and T— b*oVava., architect; n.IBTI
Grand-aye., east side. 50 feet north of Clifford
Place, one mid a half »tory frame stable, 22xi&; vir
frinia. T. MoOeahauer, No IM Anthony-aye.,
owner; Ahmnnan i Vounkheere, Nathalfe-ave.,
architects; $500.
A NEW CHURCH FOR THE BRONX.
Plans have just be<»n drown and th» cod
tract let for the construction of a brick and stone,
church for the Second Church of th* Disciples of
Christ, to cost $25,000. It will stand In East One
hundreil-anri-sixty-nlnth-Ft . between Franklin and
Fulton ayes. The archltectiiral treatment will be
in the Komanesiue style.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Houston-*) ■ a ear Buftolk-at, n".4xCl 1x37. ■»*■
60. 5; Pinciu Roirlnsky to Joaepis Ka.chowltz and
wife; It «. $12 5O; mortcagx MB.OOO . ... IXOO
—■•ex it, No ICt. b el 2."xl00; l*rry Goodman to
Ivwls Marl-". RS. 5T 25: n..--. ._•- 132.000.. - 4«.fi"O
llth-st. No 813 :■<=•. 23x94.9; Henry D Goodman
to Simon Adler and another; mortKace. $31,687 . 1
Same property; Simon Adler pr : Hnother t'> Lena
Jai bowtU; mortgage. $26,00"; B .-. $2 '•■> 1
sth-ave So 581, c a. l">xl<«: Fell ri i M Levy to
Charles A Gardiner; It S. 117: mortirace. I'.Ci.O^O in.)
EWrtdge-st. No 7?. ■■• ;•. 20.10x»«.6x21.2x0T.8;
Jacub Goiilor. to — 'iis Gordon »t al; mortgage,
•96.500; R 8. $1 80 1
"Mli-st. n « corner Lexlnsi n ave HtelC; David
!>>vy to Cfaarlea H Becker; mo: teas*. leS.OOO;
R S. $18 J5.... ................... 1
13th-st. Nob 120 and 522 EaJ 50x103-3; .Ucol>
Levy to Hulda Wittner; laortcax", J56.000;
k s. $m i
Same property: Kulda v inner to Jacob Froel'.ch;
mortgese. $51,000; R B. $4 23 1
"-■■ _.- n •. 2- r ,7.2 ft w of Btl aye Li SxSS.O. with
■trio 24.8x10 Ct— rlea J Hardy lo Francis •■
Blade ; US. $9 73 ............ ........ r>rM>
Broadway. Nos 1,313 and 1.315. n w corner 34th-st.
40.5x70.7x1f1x7T.3 Ja ■■ '■ Cohen to Henry
Blegel; mortgage $390,000 R S. $1 !<*>
117th-st. No 111' West. ltel00.ll; 117th-»t. N>
131 West. lSxlCO.ll; Ueraldtna Broadbeli to Ella
T Mayer: mortjrase. $S2.i*o: B 8 $8 SO 13.000
14<'th-st. No 311 to 317 Welt lOOxttUl; llosmer
B Parsons to James B Raa>lß*; mqtt#iig«,
(75.000 • 1
PLANS FOR NEW BUILDINGS.
Avenue A and .Vsd-«t. a w corner, for « three
»torj brick factory. 144X1W.2: A Kern. No 157
Cedar-st. owner; A C Badt. No I Galon square
West, architect . .... $f>o.nno
i-herry (1 Nos IT,!> and 341, f"r a one story brick
fi.— !. with office. 1.'.x13.4; T Huttor.. ouner; M
Muller No - r%ambsr*-«t. architect ... . V
Xtth No» «13 and *13 Hist, for ■ one itory
frame «hed. 2l:^■J,':. New-York University, owner;
R Mceller. architect ■ «28
ne«fer-Et. Nos 01 and S3. for a seven story brick
lofts, -It] store. 9x64.8; B Pass. No M Bt
Nicholaß-ave owner: Mass £r Pma!•hei^er. No
29 Park Row. architects •-• 40.000
dun Propcrln i"or Gale.
TII-ST.. 122 WEST Four story modern dwelling:
I'D cabinet finish: fanitary plumbing: lCttx3o. very de
eirable; »37.m»; easy terms; caretaker. SPENCER. 15
Maiden Lane.
fnrmshcJf Cjonocs (To Cct.
1~"Tl*LL V »r.d hanc's-smely furnished new five Btcry Amert
' can basement dwelling to let from. May 1 for <\
months or 1-mKer; price |US month. MONTAGUE, Trib
un" Office. •'
llninruishcb *Zo Cct.
A New Departure.
A Private Houss— Apartment Hous;.
JO7B Madison Avenue.
One Apartment on a floor.
In construction and appointments cnn?t bs
excelled on the Avenue.
Choicest residential section in city.
no- c T :*■">« WEST, between West End and Riverside;
H.l 9 "rooms - baths. €le\ator. telephone; t6S to HflO.
f-. m.,-.r n .,-.- er BPff-UtU gWAN.N. l.T'. Uroad^ar.
Zo Lei tot Liu3incss purposes
VERY LIGHT OFFICES,
LARGE AND SMALL.
SOUTHERN & EASTERN EXPOSURE.
WARM IN WINTER » COOL IN SUMMER.
MARKET & FULTON BANK BL'D'G,
BJ-S3 pnmi ST.
RULAND & WHITING CO.
B BEEK3IIAN ST.
Heal (Estate
fITIE GUARANTEE
andTRUST COMPANY
last year did the largest business in its
history. It does a larger business each
succeeding year.
BECA USB
SIXTH -It pays its losses
promptly and cheerfully. It
does not put off its policy
holders with excuses, or
until lawsuits are ended.
When you buy real estate, or borrow or
loan upon it. come to this company.
Fees moderate and uniform.
TITIE GUARANTEE
IndTRUST COMPANY
C iFITfl suR fl PL L us. 58,000,000
14(5 Broadway, New York.
175 Remsen Street, Brooklyn.
J'urp.igheb £0 Ctt
I ELEGANT - room corner apartment in fireproof bujld-
L Ing fir.eat ■-■■■ en Ulv-rjile Drive to jTObteV fur
nished. Arr:>- - to 5. afterr.oon?. :-'■ ■■■-'- Drl\».
Jitstmrnoß.
For Young Ladies— City.
KINDERGARTEN Tralnlna' — Cla aaaa now fnrm'nc ffYaa
Bcbolarahtpai Z. A CtTTBN. Bupl 4^ Irvlns
ntar E l"' h Sl (For— «rlj Mat Ttemplel Eventng Claaaas.
__7^OARDING ANDDAT SCHOOL. travel.
MRS DORR'S BOARDING AND DAT SCHOOL FOR
GIRI— I AND CHI—CRB S Boma Si baoL S« v lotitn
«t I'ay School 30.'! W. l<J2rt Bl B i— ra fron Bto 1:!5
SWIMMING SCHOOL FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN.
7 East 40th St.
For Both Sexes— City.
■ Art'T.TS' French instruction: marvellous method adopted
\l\_ in France for foreigners' Instruction; conversation
1 book >t «l in 3ii le?«ns: private. COc: r«s.dence. SI. D«-
I vroye Be— Ml. 152 E. 40th St.
THE BERLITZ SCHOOL Of LANGUAGES
1 Madison St.. Kan York. 73 Couri St.. Brooklyn.
Pudlls speak the foreirn — a(uas< frcm bepinntne.
KOl'R MED\LS XV IAHI3 EXPOSITION.
Best nativa teachers only. K«< moderate.
\-r-»HAT ta dr> with my boy. Phrniolaan win aid ■•■:
,\\ row— a WELLS co., Ti East 21st St.
For Boys and Touns Men— Country.
MAPIJEWOOD. Concordville. pa. — Successful ••-ho«:;
one ot the b»«t (■> infuse enersy. to wake up b*>y»
to duties of life: prepared for bu»tne»i or coll-ge. ?2CJ;
under 13 yearn $244. Location beautiful, elevated, healthy;
r.o tobaccu. J. SIIORTUIDGE (Yale), A. M.. Prln.
THE UKANTINAIT, ifTIOOt. FOB HOYS.
New-Ullford. I.ltrhri-I'l Co., Coon.
Preparation for boalneaa and Coltcsa R#r. F. B.
Pmper Head Master. Saw Bulldlnca Modern acpris
ment. Refers hv perm* ■- to Mr*. *« D. Black.
Patronaa* of tnßleslde.
School
A M IPjrtICAM ANI BOIISIGN TEACHES— T AOHNCT
.r\_ n-.ip; :«i Profeaaors. Teacher*. 1 : -nesae».
etc.. to »v,i>a- - ii I Ki-: 1 ." Apj v tl
Vt» M J V' t;XG FULTON :a-e.
ifenchers
AfcVTERBTT BTOKE JTal I ! n»Ma>, Sin w«b-.
■ Ntl -• rotirtnj .- : ■,■■■-■:■■- r ■■- -
(Pican titcnmcTD
>AGI!M.()aD--u
HAWAIIAN AND PHILIPPINE ISLANDS.
PACIFIC MAIL. .- ; . B. CO.
OCCIDENTAL AND ORIENTAL S. S. CO.
TOYO KISEN KAIBHA.
Het«»en Ban Franeliwti, Honolulu. Tokohama, Kobe.
Najraaakl. .-=h.inr!isi. Hone Kon».
6tea.mera l«av<> Sap. I'ranejMW at I P. M.
t HOXO KOKO MA»U.Apr.IS| NIPPON MARL 1 May 9
CHINA ApT.2SIPKKU May IT
liorii* May I : COPTIC Mar 2»
or freight, pa«»»ns»r and g'n<ral Information apply to
■ 3-»J» lirradunv. ur l Bttti Place. Waihlnston BusMlns.
and 2M Broadway.
C A N AD I A N PACIFIC RAIL \V A V .
Intended steams!. ip riaillr.ss from Vancouver.
iJAPAHj CHIfiSA] PHIUPNOSEiSIJUIiN
E— IPRI - or CIIIXA May 5
K. M. -' TARTAR May 19
EMPRESS OF INDIA May -'
JiMI'RESS OF JAI'AN June ;•;
HAWAIIIUfI ISI!AHDB^AUBIiSAUjA
MOANA. May -J UIOWBRA. May X).
For rates apply 333 Broadway and 1 Bwadway.
GDiLS) EIDCIDO-UDD D(0 ILOixSE
DAILY SERVICe
For 011 Point Comfort. Norfolk. Portsmouth. Pinner's
Point a; I Newport News. Va.. connecting fir Petersburg.
Richmond, Virginia' litach. Wa»Mngtoa. U. C. an: entlro
South and West.
Fi eight and Passenger itc.imers ill from Pier Z<:.
N. R. foot of Beach ft., every week day at 3 P. M.
H. B. WALKER. Tral ße Manner.
[P©Q° LPcDfpQ© nRR/T&nn-.
LT UD J v v -^ J Li w LJL!-v_
Steamships of tho RED "V LINE will sail for 3ar.
Ji/an <i.r»-.-t •- follow*:
S a PHILADKH'HIA Saturday. April 10. noon
E S CARACAS Saturday May 3. noon
For tretsht nr passage upply to
BOULTON. BUeMJ i DA_— I
General Manasers. 135 rront St.
&D_GBQQ©G_ SLDK9E. londoxderrv.
From Pier 54 North Rivrr. foot of West 241 Si
Astoria April 12. noon Kurnpseti May 3. noon
Anchorla . April IV, noon 1 Ethiopia May 10, noon
t"ir»t saloon. ?."><> and up
eecend falnon. $32.5<> and up; third class. $2(5 and up.
HENDERSON DROTHER3. 17 and 19 Broadway.
TJED -I»" LINE.
•*■* For I— Guayra Puerto Cmbello. Ctoaeao and Mar»
calbo via cur»c<j*— Calllns alao at *±n Juan. p. R.
From Robor's I'ler Brooklyn.
P. S. PHILADELPHIA Saturday. April I<>. noon
S S. CARACAS Saturday. May 3. noon
i iit- »e v ticcia I.a\i superior accoiiim>xi^iiu!i» tot yaa-
m _ can k EOULTON. P.LIJ»S * da__btt.
General M.inasers. 133 Front-st.
HOLLAND-AMERICA LINK.
NEW YORK— ROTTERDAM VIA BOULOGNE S. M
New Twin-screw Steamers of 13.000 tons Register.
Steamer AMSTERDAM , Apr. 12. 10 A. 31.
Twin screw STATENDAM Apr. in 4:30 a , m.
tteamer via Plymouth and Boulogne-Sur-Mer.
Twin-Screw POTSDAM A r - 26 - lo -*• M.
btea rrply to Holland-A:nfrlcT. Line. .79 B'way, X. Y.
ITALIAN ROYAL MAIL S. S. CO.
"^ NAViGAZIONE GKXKRALE ITALIANA.
WEEKLY SAILINOa TO
MAPLES— OENOA— ALEXANDRIA.
Lombard ' Apr. £ SlcHto May »
\r.-him»-» Apr SB Llgurla May 2.
SarfeEM Max S|t«inb»*la tune 10
El°eant cabins. Dining-room on Promenade Deck.
For rat's and other inf"rtnation npply to
HIK7«-"I- FKLTMANN * CO . 11 Broadway. N. T.
a _ CUNARD LINE.
•™- TO LIVERPOOL VIA OUEENSTOWN.
Lucania Apr. 12, 8 A M. ! Umbrla May 3. 1 P. M.
Saxon£:::.Apr. 10. 1 P- M-lLucanta. . . .May 10. 4 P. M.
Campania Apr. M. i P. M.;s.axenia May IT. ! P. M.
VERNON' H BROWN & CO.; Gen. Agen;s.
NEW YORK.
ALLAN-STATE LINE.
•^- NEW YORK TO GLASGOW
Carthaginian.* Arr l«jM<m»ToUan • Ma r N
i.ir«rin A^ r - 30 '■ Numidlan . May 2*
Laurentlan.. ..^ J pw , rd _ „ cond — w 2 a >
A'BTIX BALUWIN A CO.. .v» nroartway, N. I
I-TROPE $260. VlttVe Kxcuraion by new. twin-
LLBUtfc*-"" screw steamer "Columbia" h 6Oj
tons. June » Also •■Celtic." June 6. July 4. |3m>. n'| gt ,
class Unequalled advantaarea. Attractive side-trips
Rhine Germany. Switzerland. Italy. Holland. Parties
May 3. 17. June 14. by Lloyd via Naples ROL'N/D
WORLD tour Oct. S. tl.aSO
p. C. CLARK. 11l Broadway. .V Y.
a _ WHITE STAR LINE.
A* VBW-TORK- QUEEN'STOWN— LJVEP.POOL.
Ma .estlc Apr. v - noon ! Cymric ... Apr. 25. 7.v m
GVrnianic Apr. 1.5. noonlOce.nte Apr. 30. i, a. m
leu tonlc Apr 23. noon I Alajestle . .. Mar 7 noon
"■« •!». No.-ih Riv-r. Otttce. U Broadway. New York
"ATALLORY STEAMSHIP LINES.
X From New York Wednesdays Fridays and Saturdays.
FOR TEXAS. GEORGIA AND FLORIDA
STRAIGHT and BOUND TRIP Tickets l s ,ued to all
points In Texas. Colorado. Arizona. California. Mexico.
*c Georcia. Florida. *c- Delightful Recursions.
Write tor our ''"■ *' '{'ocket Guide" (mailed free)
C II MALLORY & CO.. Gen. Agts. pier 20. E. r.. X. V.
/'■•LYDE LlNE— Charleston Exposition,
*- %25.m ROUND TRIP.
meals and berth Included; limit 10 days. From New Tort
during month of Aprti. Information of Clyde Line, 10
State st . New Tork -.;:■>■ , :
FAST ITALIAN LINE. "La Veloce."
-*'• Sailing s-ery Tueaday to Naples. Genoa.
BOLOG*?F.3I. HARTF.SLD & CO.. 20 Wall St.
(pecan Siccmrrs.
ira®D3TDfl 3[EG3OS^Si} (LfLCDVE.
• ?AST EXPRES? SERVICE.
PLYMOUTH- CHERBOURG— BREMEN.
From Pi-r 52. North River. Gans«vonrt St.
■ Ka:ser.. Apr. 22. 10 A. M. I Kaiserin. . July 22. 10 A.M.
I Kronprinz...May ij ■> A. M. | Kronprinx July 29. noon
■ Kal«er Mai 20. 1" A. 11. | Ki:."r ..— 12. 10 A.M.
! Kronprinz. ..June 3, 2 P. M | i— — wrla . .A us in. l" A. M.
1 Kal«#r. .. .June 17. 10 A. M. j Kronprinz. Aug. 2«. 11 A M
! Kaiferin..June 24. 1.. a M.;Ka»er . .*»»< 9_ I<> A. M.
i Krr.nprinz ... July 1, noon Kais-r'.n .Sept 1«. MA. M
i Kaiser July 15, 10 A. M Kronprlna. .Sept. • '. »A. M.
TWIN-SCREW PASSENGER SERVICE.
Cherbourg — Southampton alternately, a— l Bremen.
From Bremen Piers. Hobok«n, N. J.
' rri»d der G.Apr. 17. noon! Bremen June lf». 1" A. ■
Gr. KarTst.— — I, n» A. M.| Fid. der Gr.Jun. 2*. 10 A M
I Rhein May 8, 10 A. M. ! Keen. Lal«*.Ju!y 3. 10 A.M.
j Bremen... May U |ft_ M j Gr. KnrTt. July 10. 1» A. M
Ft der Gr May -.•:. lt> A. M.j Darbar'sa.July 17. '" A. M.
■ Neckar May _•: 10 A. M.'ti:em«n lulv 24. ne«n
t Gr Kurft..June 5. :•• A. ll.' -•■. dci Gro.July 31, IP. it.
Barbar'sa.June 12 :■• A M. Ko*n. Lui*e..Aug. 7. IP. M.
MEDITERRANEAN SERVICE.
GIBRALTAR— NAPLES— GENOA.
From Pier 24. Ft of Amity St.. Brooklyn. ■•• . • ♦
Trave Apr. 12. 1" A M ' Hohenzn. . .May 31. 11 A M
Alier . Apr. :••. 2P.M I'— June '■♦ "''■""'
I Neckar.. Apr. 23 1" A. M Trave Jure 21. 8 A.M.
Hohenz'n...Apr. 2« I© A _ ! Alter June 2*. 10 A M.
•Kalsertn May 3. no-n -i .-..■:■«-' July 5. 9 A.M.
Lahn .May If*. 10 A M j Lahn July lf». A. M.
Trara May 17. P. M. [ Trave Au«r - 3 P.M.
Alter May Ct. 1O a m Alter Aue. ■>. !•—-■■
•From Bremen Piers. Heboken. K. J.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
The larse twin-screw S. I NECKAR. IMM tens, "*
. the North German Lloyd, will a* I from NEW YORK for
NAPLES. WEDNESDAY, APRIL a Cabin rates: I.
Cabin. $70; 11. Cabin. ?30.
OELRICHS * CO.. WO r. BROADWAT. N. T.
Louis H. M->'-" IB South Third St.. Fhila.
HAmUIGfAHEIIHUUi LIE.
TWIN-SCREW EXTRESS SERVICE.
PLYMOirTH— rHERB-J'.RG H AMBIRG
A. Victoria. .Apr. 10. 10 AM F. L'istr.arck. .May .0. li> AM
Deutschland. .Apr. 17. n»in I'elumMa rone .V M AM
F. Hi<mar.-ii .May 1. l'» •. M Peutachland. I ma 12. 1O AM
Columbia , —a; ». 10 AM A. Victoria. .June 17. 1"> AM
l>outschl.ind.Mav 15. II AM F. BUmarck.June 26. '" AM
A. Victoria Mr 22. 10 AM | Columbia July 3. 10 A—
TWIN-PCREW PASSENGER SERVICE.
PLYMOUTH— CHERBOIRG— HAMBURG
■Waldersee Apr. 12. > AM M- Ike June M ■ AM
Pennsylv'a.Apr. 22. .'• 30 1 M Pan la Jun» 17. I I'M
Pr-Ptorta Apr. .-' 10 AM ■ Bluerher . . June - V 4. 7:3<> AM
Moltke M •■.- •■ 3 10 ! M Waldera-e.. .July I, 1:30 PM
Patricia - . May 13, V) AM rennsylvsnia. ..July ». »AM
WaMcnee.Majr 2», 3:3" PM Molrite July 13 l:3l»PM
pennsylv'a. May 27. «:.?« AM'Palatia July V*. * I'M
Pretoria... J-.tne 7. 4:Z>> i 'i! .Patricia '.::•' AM
•To Hamborg •:—: — •
MEDITERRANEAN SERVICE.
NEW YORK —SA PLES— GENOA.
Palatia Apr. 1«. 2 PMfalatia turn I 2 rM
Phoenicia May c. 2 PM Pli.Tnicia June 1», 2 I'M
HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINK
Offices. 35 and .>7 Uroadway. Piers. Hoboken. X. J.
AMERICAN LINE.
" NEW- YORK— SOUTHAMPTON'— LONDON
St. Louis Apr. 9. 10 a. m. !?t. Paul Apr. 22 10 ■ —
rhiladelphia.Apr.lß. W a.m. ; St. I-O- ..Apr. 30 10 " ra
RED STAR LINE
NEW- YORK— ANTWERP— -nts
Fo-Jthwark .. Apr. 9. noun! Kensington At 23 noon
Vader— rd . Apr. 1«. boob -...- I Apr' 3»' noon
INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPAXY
Plan 14 snd 15. N. H. Offlce. 73 Broadway. N. T.
-fcrcclosrn'c BmU%
]J^EW YORK SUPREME COURT, COUNTY
- OF NEW YORK.— Anna X. R.^»~. Plaintiff, against
Il^sa Altierl and others. ri«f»n'lant3.— ln pursuance of a
J'ulisment of Foreclosure anil Sal». duly ma'ie and entered
in th<" above action, tearing- date the Tth day of
April. 1002, I. the under*! sne.l. the R«>f»ree in said jud?
m»nt n.inr-d. will sell at Public ...... New-
York RfHl Estate Salfsrom. No. 11l Broadway in the
Hcrough of Manhattan, Cttj of Xew York, on "the *<■*
day of April. WO, at 13 oviock noon, on that day. by
John T. Boyd. Auctioneer, the premise*? directed by said
judgment to ba »old. and therein de<trrib«d a.« follows:
All that certain plot or par-el nt land situate in the
Borousb of Manhattan, in the <;ity of New York, being
lots number* forty-ftre (45). forty-six (l«». fr>rty-»even
i 47.. and forty eight I4B>, in Block number 1.701. In Sec
tion t>. en thi- Lan.l Map of • — -a ■■'. Boroualt. which said
lots taken t-i*thT are bounded nrii de»crib»d a.i follows,
rtz. : Hojlnnins i- a point f"rm».i by th»» inter»"»rtlon
o' the s.utneri>- line of one hundred "and eighth luaal
with th» eaarerh lln» •■' Flr3t \- ■ • .- and running
th-»m- «> »/>uth<"r;v am«i n« th* easterly line of First Avenue
in» hundred |100) ■•- elevt-n 111) inches la the centre
line of the hi ■ It betwen One nun-Ire.] and wverth — _
Cm.- hurvir^d and eighth Street*; thence esisterly alonjr tha
c«-ntr*» line of said block ntn-ty-tive ISO) feet; thence
northerly In a Iln* par»;if! wlrh Pint ma« ana hundred
(IVOt feel eleven (11) inrhes to the southerly line of One
hundred end eichth t-treot; ■•:: ther.ce westerly alon^
the Kwrtherry line of On« hundred and eichth streat
ninety-five (05) l*el to the point of Ma of aaajl— alas
!'«"-1. New York, A; r.: 5. IMC.
S. I. H. WARP. Refer»e.
MERRILL. * KOGFRS. Attomey-i for Plaintiff, lit
Droadw iv. Manhattan. New York City.
Th<- foliowinc is a <2U?ram of the property 19 t>« soil
The aprr^xfrnate amount of the lien or chart:* to sat
isfy whi<_-h th* al>"\«*-<les«-ribe.l rr<?p»rty is t« be sold i 3
t1.8Ti.63. with infere-t there n fr^im the Ttß lav of April.
UKC. tn(t"ther with co*ts anl allowance ara^Tuntinß to
Jl!»7 •■<>. with Interest from the 7th !.-.y of April. 1902.
tc«^^th>>r with the expenses rt ■':■■ sale. The approximAte
amount of taxes, a^se-ssments. it other llenn which are
to h.» altewed t" th» purchaser out of the purchase money
or pat. l by th* Hefer»». Is S»'Vi.4<» anj Interest. Th«
premis<"<» will be sold subject to a prior nrirtgaee for
$23.i»h> ir.t acerueti interest at VZ> from Jan'y l'l. VjVZ.
I'aleJ. New York. April 8, 19021
> !.. H. WARD. !'. -f-r--.
VEIV YORK SUPREME COURT. Count? of
"*" New- York.— <'ar<illn- 9 an, plalnti.T. aralr.s:
■;• "_- ■ W. Arthur ami others, defendants. Action No. 2.
In pursuance of a Juijtment of forevlcsur* ana sale, duly
mail* ar.U ent-r«il Ir. th* above entitled action, and bear-
Ing <!at« the 11th 'lay of March. 1002. I. the undersigned.
th<? referee in sail Ju.iirment named, will sell at public
auction, at the New York Heal Estate Salesroom. Ny lit
itro;i,*r. ay in the Borough of Manhattan. County of Sew
YcrW. Un the !>th ilay t.< April. IMB at twelve .. rtarli
roi.n "n that toy, by r>. Ph<en!« IngraJiam. Auctioneer,
of the tlrm of I. Phcenix Insraham A Co.. the premises
directed by s<atJ Jurfsment ta b« sold, tad therein tle
»cribeil as follows: All that certain lot, piece of parcel
of lan.l. situate. lying ar.d teg- in th« Puuiaii of The
Bronx, City, Cbuaty or.«l State of v .' -a York, bounded
and d<"S<-rlbed us follows, to «lt: B^ginnlns' at a point
on the Easterly aide of St. Ann's Avenue. di"tant f.v»
hundred an.! twenty e|;ht :t»i. S.-'iitherly from iti»
<outh»asterly corner of one Hundred and Fifty sixth
Street ami rft. Ann's Avenue; running: thence Easterly
an.' par I with One hundrr-l ar.J Fifty-sixth >tr«<»t,
ar.d part of the distance through a party wall, ninetj
f«t: thrnc« Southerly parallel with St. \nr.» Avenue.
twenty-five f*ci fifty- tKe -one hundredths of a toot,
ta the Southerly line of lot Number Twenty-two t~>.
en a certain map. entitled "Map of 133 buiirfing lota
belonKing 10 Charles A. -• ■.. r. situate in the Twenty
third Ward of the City of New York, *■!■•) ad and
dmwn i>y l>iut-< Risse. C. H. and City Purveyor." d^ted
New York. April Itflh, I. 1 -?:, and filed in — M Office of
the Kegister of th» County cf New York, —i June J"'
ISST' and thcn«-e Westerly, I ■•■ the Southerly line of
raid ' lot number T»enty-two. ninety feec. to the East
erly i:r.e of St. Ann's venae; and thence Northerly,
alonjr the same, rwentj ■_ feet and fourteen «>ne hun-
Jrftith* of n foot, to the point cr place of beginning.
Dated New York. March 17th. 1902.
ADRIAN H. r.A KK!N. Kef«re».
HATCH DEBEVOISE St CO— BT. Attorneys for Plain
ti'T No. ,■■ Wall ritreet. New Tort City.
The ';,u,i»ii!« is a gram of th« property to be
■Old. Its street number is 6-. -• Ann's Aye. ;
15«Hh at.
The approximate amount of the lien m charge to sat
i«fy which the above describe.! property Is M be HH is
Jl' 1 42.' 17 wtth interest thereon from th* 10th day «f
March IMS. together with costs and allowances amount
ins to F3T&.33, TNith interest thereon from March 11th.
VM~<2. tcpether with the expense* of the sale. The ap
proxtmat* m I ' ' v*s. —■—■_»••* w >Ckn !!■■■
which are to be allowed to the purchaser out of the
purchn''> money or pati by ■ M referee is ?.';U 7* and
Inter*
1,,.^ New York. March 17th. MM
ADRIAN H. t^BKTV. Refer—.
(SUPREME COURT, County of New York.—
v The Central National Bank of the City ■■ ■*■ York.
Plaintiff aKiitnst Hug" F. Hoefler an.l others. Defea-i-
ants —In pursuance of th- Judgment of foreclosure arvi
sale duly mad« and entered In the above entitle! action.
and hearing date the 20th Cay nt January. IME; I. the
umler«!&ned the Referee in »ald smew named, will
sell at public au"ion .• the New \>rk R« !■:.-• ite Sa!«s
Room Number 111 Broadwaj on the 17th daT of April.
l!«r* at twelve o'clock n>-n «b tkti day. by William M.
Ryan Esquire auctioneer, ike premises directed by »aid
Judgment la h* »oH and therein ■!-s?ribed as foitows:
•II tho«-» certain lota Dtetes or parcels land, situate
in the fiorrfush of Manhattan. City. County and Stan of
New York v.hh'h taken • _•-• ■• are ■ >m;~: and de
»"ribed us follows. nec-nniPic at a point formed by the
intersection of the ea«frly - '- vt Amsterdam Avenu
with the southerly side of On- hundred and eighteenth
«?reet- runninp trienve southerly and alons the east»riy
yide of Amsterdim Avenue, one hundred fl»i feet eleven
(11) ln-'he*- thenc" easterly and parallel with One hun
dred and elßhte«ntt« str«»t. one hundred »lt»J) "* t - thence
ncrth-rly and parallel with Amsterdam Avenue, one hun
Srert iioi>» fee' and eleven ill. inches t,> the southerly
side of One hundred and eighteenth street; ikon «nt
erlv and alT.e the smith-rly - -■••■•' hundred and
eiehtee'nth Stre«t on» hundred M(«l> feet to th» point or
pUce of b-K'nnlnV The southerly line if th» mM p-'eiti
iws beins the centre line of the block between One hun
dred and eighteenth and One hunired and seventeenth
Bt Dated New TorY March 2Sth. 1!»2. TF'AX. R-'
L>ated -New jor*. ARTHL - R r>. TRCAX. Referee.
POV\LT> X EnOWN. Attorney for Plaintiff Number
32.. Uroadvrav. Bomuph of Manhattan. New Tcrk.
The" !llowin« is • diagram of the property to bo said:
Th» approximate amount of 't- lien cr charge te- satisfy 1
which the al W* described property is to be said is '
*"l!t;3»4 "' with ,•,!-.•-•( thereon from the 2»>th day ci '
Januart- 100" toother with eoi«» and allowances. I
imounUn* w th« »urn ot J313.53. with intere.u thereon I
f££? J*nuarv »th, i»- tueether wiutti expend qC „
the sale The arpr°* lmate amount o£ the taxes. ai»if>- i
rn'nt. »nd™ter rents or other liens to be allowed to the |
plrchaier out of the purchase meney. or pa* by tha
Da ted New To*. 1^ .^ R<f;r^ |
/oTCclrjssrs Salts.
I
! YEW YORK SUPREME COURT. COUNTY
I ~ OF NEW YORK.— Frederick A O. Schwars, ptata
' tl~ »*3 r - German American Real Estate Title Ouaraa
1 tew - pan-. and others. defendants. Action No. 6.— 18
' pursuance of a Judgment of foreclosure and sal?.
duly made and entered In th. «bore entitled *ct«n.
and brarinc date the II th lay of March. t -*? c - I.
th» tmde-«i»ned. th« referee In »aid judgment nam«d. wu
sell at public auction, a! th« New York R«a! Estate
?al»srorm. No. 11l Broadway. In the Bnroustt of Jlan
bat'Kn County cf New Tor*. on the 22nd day of Apri..
; r»r* a* twelve o'clock imrn on •■.." a«iy. by Feter r\
t );..".. aucticn»»r. th- premijws dlrectet! by said ••iiiß«sa«t
!to h- S'JM and ther-in .!f-3cr;bed a3 follow*: All tnat
' . ....... «t land, situate, Tj*« *■*.**•
in? in th« Borough of the Bronx. City. County and *>£.«*
I of New Tork. bounded and d»«-rt!>e<i as fellows, to wit:
1 Besir=tn< at a point en llw Easterly si- •' Broolt Are
nue. a-t widened, at a point -n« htindr».i and etßhtyanil
fcrty-«!ffh: ,n-ir».:th« fee: Southerly from "*s™
; Street, M shown on 4 certain map entitled -Map of »•
' Villa?- <-.' Morrisaala. slruated about one and cne-BaU
; miles from th- Harlem River, in th* ilanor of Morrt
•anil, in th- Township cf Wear Farms, in the County of
\\>stche«ter and Stare ■-■f New T.->rk." date.! West Farms.
Aucij't 10th. -;- Andrew Findlay. purveyor, and ■■■
; in th. H» 9t che«ter <>:mry R-ei.«rer's c>~c- a» map
Nurab«r 64!: running then»-« Easterry and paraue! or
I nearly so with, »aid Third Street, as shnwr M ■'* ■•■••
I nne hundred and forrr-»ts an-J ninety-e'Sht or.e-iraa
i dredths fe»t. more or less, ' ■■ the Westerly »sde of Lot
i Number Twenty, >■* shown en said map. at a point taere
{on «n- hun-!red and seventy fe»t southerly frpm the'
! *rufherly side «f said Third Street: ami thence hinmn?
Southerly a as the '•■ •■-• -'■• side of said lot Number
I Twenty, _„. a*, feet: thenoe Wester!;.- and part of
t the distance through a party wan. and on a line paral>!
I in nearly an. with said Tt-ird Street, one hundre-i and
; thirty-eiitht and ten nne-hundr-dths • ••> mot* or leys, to
i a point on ■■■ Easterly it<ie of Bro<ik Avenue, as wlden-d.
i which point is distant twenty-six and fifty-three one
: hurrfredths I—' »ntub»rly frum the. point nt besin.iin*;
and thence northerly ,ii.->nß said east-rly -■■■!" of Brno*
Avenue. tv«»nty-«!x and fifty-three one-huadreaths "•*•
to the place it b«e!nnin?.
Dated New Tot* March. 2*. Wtt
ADRIAN U. '^RKTV Refer-e.
HATCH. PFBEVOISE 4 rnLPT. Af^meys for PUinslZ
No. 40 Wall SMI New Tort City.
Th- fillowin* is a 9**" "f the property to b« sou
Its street number is 10«J2 Br^ek .We.
The approximate amount of the lien — e-na— •• to satMf
■which th» above described property is to be sold. i» $23.
pi7 US with intere*' thereon from the 10th day of March.
toil" toeether wtth costs and allowance amounting ti
ji-^'-^'with inrer-« •■,-. from March lltn. l«-2- to-
K-the"r wtth the exp-n*e* of the sale. The ' «'•—»*•
amount of 'axe,, assessments, or ether Dm which are ta
be allowed to the purchaser cut cf the purchase mon«y.
-- paid by the referee is »>« '« and Interest.
The above described r>-.-!'-r'\ will be i Id subject to t***
restrictive cov.'nants o<-.ntatne-l in deed from Gouvemenr
Morris to Mary Ann Smith d.»fd S*ptemb«>r «tX 184?.
and recorded in ii • Office of the R«*ister of th« County
cf Westch»«ter in Liber 131 of Conveyances. Paj» 3..
aIM in iubsequ-nt deeds.
Dat^ &. M *~*&** UMiax Refer^.
SUPREME COURT, County of New York.—
Willtaaj G VI" •■! and P. — — I K. Brown as Tru.«te*»
f«r Emma O. Edwards and others, under the will a*
Catherine A Olssen. decease.! Plaintiffs, aiainst Kath
cbea _— i and u«*«ta Defendants, tn pursu^ne* of a
i'j'lrrrent of foreel - : r - an<J .-— - '■•■'' made and «nter*l
"in 'the above entitled action, and I-ea.-ins date the thir
teenth dar of March. IW2. I. the ondersUne.l. th*. refere.
in said Judgment named, will sell at public auction at
the New V4k Real Eatat- Sal»»room. No. 11l Broadway,
in he Borouch of Manhattan. City of New York, to th»
ninth day of April. IWC at twelve o'clock noon an that
day by I>. Thopnli maralw- & Cnnjunr. auctt«ne-r».
tie ' cremlsea directed by said M»«i»meTJt to be sojej. and
th-rein described is fotlows: All t.l^-e seven c«rtain lots.
-ieee, or parcels of land, situate, lyin* and heing In th«
Tw-nty-fsurth Ward ft the Ci:y ol New Tor*, known
on a certain map on f!> to the «On of th« Rearer *!
the Cltv and County of New York, entitled Map of
W^dlawn Heishts S the SJtB- Ward nt the Qt» J* New
Tork belon*in« to Ge-re- Opdyke. January ' I*T*. Ra
f'uloh Rosa, Surveyor." by fti» numbers On« hundred and
nfv-thr— One. hundr»d and fifty- four. On* hundred and
nftr-flve 'One hundred and fifty-six. One hundred and
flfty-»even On* hundred and fifty-eight and On« hundred
and fifty-nine and tak-n together are bounded as fo!
f~' malaiil 1 at the Nnrtheast-rlr corner ef Opdy!t»
Avenue and First street (now called Verio Avenue* as
laid down en »aid map: runninx thence easterly alone
fin.-'vke Av»r.:e one hundred and r.inety-focr feet seven
fnch-a ro the^westerly -M» -' L.-r Numb-r One hundred
'".i 1 nftT-tw»: thY! north-rly a!nn* th» westerly sid«
— r V- r Number One hundred and «"y-two "■* hradre*
".tmor- ot less. ••!.•'■ On- hundr-d and sixty
on «ald map- th»nce westerly alons said t^>t Number On-»
hun"r-d"nd stxry. m. hundred and f-rty-e*Rht feet Cv*
f_7i.V, "«, th» easterly fide of Vri« Avenue; thence south
erir alons V-rio Avenue. «n» hundred and ten feet morj
or le™ to the northeasterly corner nf Verio Avenu- and
oJy™» Av-m.e. at the P «int of beginning b# the ra d
£&3 distance and dimension, --^'•^^I*«
OnrfvVe wenue b»in^ now ka«wn as Two hundred and
S^Miilmt and the above described P^'f
being nVw ir. the Borough of the Bronx in the said City
Ot T&* *£ TOrk - MarC! J r^T WORK. Re? W .
T HUBERT LANE. Attorn- for Plainttfj. Noiakar
S~o -a-iwav B^r".i ? h of Manhattan. N»w York.
T»e following is a Ciagram of the property - be fold:
The »DP"ax!mate amount of the lien or charge, to sat
ls'v which the above described property is la be. sold is
«-ti-,» w'th interest from March S. 1902. together with
fr.Vts sn> allowance amounting to Srrr.-Jrt. with inrerent
Sereon fwra March 13. ISK2. together with the rap«r.s«
at '.-« -ale The approximate amount of taxes wnii.rj
are to b* allowed to the purchase- out of the purcha**
money or paid by the referee is $37.03. -KB interest ton
October I. 190=. J I! — 3 K. Refer€ ,_
SUPREME COURT. COUXTT OF KINGS.-
O .„,,,., dP s Dur.ne and t'rsuia 11. Carey. Plaintiff*.
• n'-it ElMrt'u v.'ar»T and other*. DefemUnis. Iri
Interl.vutory Jndsmeol of partition n)
«l 7 r^ade and entered In the above entitled action, on
•hi ITA dar of March. tOOS. t. the undersigned. th»
MhmtaMid iuiiirmer.t narr.ed. will -«•!! at pnUle auc-
H^l^^ fer^e^^ l lln d^^
■-. Ulian M : * N '7 r
■:: E»tat. ■■
FuircuKh of Manhattan. City. C^-inty ar.d Sta» cf New
Tork th- lard* and pr-m:ses in raid judgment mentioned
J°i tie-itn detc'ibM as 'ol'.ows. to »U: A.l that certain,
fot o- »4und descried in a de.d from PriciUa Hu^er
ford anT "ther person* to William Kenwcrthy. bearins
date t?« "Tth day of April, in the year l*™. and re
la the Office of the Renter of the City and
S-UTtv of New York in Liber 163 of Convinces. wit:
Si on the -JSth dar of DNMtaT. 1-==. as WM to wt:
A;.' ..w "

York on tl.e northerly side ..f 'herrv Street, bounded
southerly in front by Cherry Street afore-aid. wester^
.... ■
OmmST and •
„n-a -n« m bread!
sij,. .>ne hundred feet. Subject to an al.ey or nnjw»y
on the westerly »ile accordirs «O the ancient ::t.e d«d».
Th« -aiii pre-niw» *•*■« now known by tho •»"** aua»
ber nfty-two <22) Cherry Street
rated Drookly.,. "^"f^
Kir>Eß A SMITH. Ptatatiffa 1 At:orne s s. -■ Pl=e Street.
Manhattan. New V ■* »7ity.
The following is a diasri n of the promises to ta sou.
OUPBEME COURT OF THE STATE OF
vnRK New Yi-k n?untv.— Minna Frank*.
fs£?3£ Trnmid "-tion on March 1«. IXK. and bear
nr^idway in the Horou;h Of Uaatatlßl, City of, N-w
Hi
hattan In the C»» and St<»f« ot New Tock. and bounded
- ■ - •
rt,.Mn, •«- -
rr^m -he runnlnir thence Southern- parallel witn said Aye
:,7" running th- w»v through a party wail ninety-
I £ r r;'r f* 1 " .?.v-n inch-, to HM eentr. line -f ON MMM
"henr- Easterly al^nc nl.l - centre Kne «f the block twenty-
, h#n^- F ..«—
nve feet thence Norfnerty aratn para!!?! wi'li said Are
nae and' part of the war thmugh another party will
rln«ty-nlne f—t and .leren inch-s t- the side er
»alil ">ne hundred and IXII.IJ •••■mil ?rreet. and 'hetww
Westerly a!on«r the same twenty-fl\e feet to the point or
pla-e of b*Binntr.r
Dated New Tort Ma-<-!> «£$ tO«^
<;EORr,K A. HAL.-FTT Referee.
H C KrPLICH. Attnrney f»r PlaintifT. 30^ Broa*way.
r- - . ■ • . ' . 1 Th.
The f.-il!r»wlnV Is a dHirran of the rr-perrv to b- mid »■*
<J-«<ribe<l above. th» »tree? number fce-.n;; 3G TC#»t l_.ta
Stieet:
The appnnlmata amount ot the lion or charse^ta satisfy
which the above de.ieritei property n to b- soli. «
j ■ -.^ it with infere-t therect? frcm the Hth day of reb
roarv i'"»* f>e*ther with the rests and allowance amount
in« «o j*l"« -? tppether wtth the expense* II the sale. Th«
aorrrximat* amount of Th- taxts. ass*3smenta or otlwr
lien« which »r# to be illowed ta the purchaser out of the
rur<-r»«- money, or paid by the rjfi»r«» i.» *+41.3; and tn
te-«s* " Th« ------ wit! b» s^U *übjeft to a prtar mort
gnV»"icr $1? ♦'"»>. witS interest thereon from the 31st day
YerU^arc* 4th. 100=.
ua.\ea. -ew x r.EOROD A. HAT^F Refrre*.
>»»le «f the lhov. described premises is hereby adjoamed
from ilireh -". !•" - to April 3d. 1 -* ) -- saw« *»•» •«••
pU '*' GEORGE A. HALSEY. Referee.
H C KI'PUCH. Pliln'UTs Attomty.
Pale '•-,; described premises is h-reoy adjourned
from Arrtl 3d. i»>- to Ami! 10th. IMC. same hour and
,- GEORGE A. HALiEY. .ere*.
H. C. KITUCK PUlatia'a Attorney.
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