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the week in realty
Cssitsssai Cream eterenth psrs.
JajpmrM tmtnertiau-ly. I>. Willis James p«ld the
ilJf bu^dinrr Nos. SIS anrt SXS We«t-st.. rur.nlns;
g, rt 1 *-- S2« ar,d EM Washi-^■n-?t b«
tw*rTj t'prinr and Charifon sts. Doujaas KoMnJjpn.
Chnrle* 8 Hrosm & Co., wr* th* broiiers. The
tiz* of tvr v\"- is r?xr«.«xsox:i:.!o wv ,
An lmr^rtam t-ar.!wrtion :!t t»i«» sal* iy Slaw
»oa 4 llobhs f^r Frjnk Wnytla'k to an Investor, of
the o«-'^<-*1 a nlr«-*tory flTvpr^of apartment liouim*.
jCo». ff* *n'& O» West Ona-hunCred-and-ttvelfth-st..
6tai*> feet.
BEEKWAN-ST. BUILDING SOLO.
Th» F.-.ilaid ft v, ».i- ■-. Cotnpatjy ha* ■•Ii for
Gladys n oti.n on the four siory UlsttiffaT bui d.r.f
JJo HI Ke^kraar-et.. hrtwwn l>arl ar.d Water st*.
The sine of the kM is »M » fast.
•ALE OF FRANKLIN-AYE. BLOCK FRONT.
Barry £.- KdaUaSMtß have poll for bTmsJnß A
Foetin t.i* t>!o- k (rent on the east elde of Prank
lln-i'v- b«tw»en («r:*-hui;(Jr«d-aii<J-»ev*nt!eth-st.
ar.fl m *T9?wou P aoe. The b c-ck tn nt oom^rses flr-
BBSH lets.
WEST SIDE FLATHOUSES CHANGE HANDS
Eriward C II Vogler has so"<! for .so.) K'inrn-
F*m Nr*. 12 ari M West Nnety-f ■-.■€■♦_. two
five-story nillililsW on a ploi MKl'JO.f teat He has
also asM for K. tisnibro-.h Wo. Bl W- st Ei«hty
a*verth-at.. a thr«-*-a-.ory o»*l..n| house, on a lot
2C'xlO6> fr*t.
BROOKLYN FARCEL FIGURES IN TRADE.
Frar.k'Jn Ms«Tar:l. lias sold to a -eA".ty ■■ompany
No. S4i« EaM Tiisjls fMll ■> a five story tene
ment house. M a ©t 9 hat TIM bmMg civ.-a
In sxchiO»«« No. 18 to 63* FU.iJUsh-a.-e., i:rooJt!ya-
REALTY NOTES.
Sarr.ufil Sa'-hs Is the buyer of the BesJ tract. In
The sTaTwfti re;iort«d i=o!fl on Friday. 3. Clarcnos
Dav.ei was the broker. M. A L HeM were tha
kffokera is the sals of No. Ml West rtfty-r.lnth-et.
to a llr r.«-tn;rjirtun.
Poet i. Ji»eet ijkv* letaaea for Thomas Hunt to
Wi: lair. A Taylor m tra^.t of thirty-five acres, on
•jrbich are a ny d--rn <!w«:hr^ hous* and other bu'.ld
tnc>> at B^rnaruSvUie. N J.
A WEST SIDE INVESTMENT PURCHASE.
£l»wsoa A Hobbs have sold to an Investor for
3Ury J. &• jpuesy « flvs story apsrtnier.t house.
Jfc Sit West On»-hundra«-an<l-fourt*eni.r»-«U SOxIOO
fast. There are two families ou each floor.
LARGE WASHINGTON PLACE DEAL,
Ti>* «J»;!it stor\- fireproof business building at the
•3Uthwaart comer of Washington Plaoa and Mercer
art was vasterday reported sold. It occupies a. plot
±*xit£ feet
PLOT FACING BCHUYLER «QUARE SOLO.
A. plot «I sir lota at the northwest corner of
Ona-huߣr*a-«r.d-s!xth-st. and Broadway has been
oo'.a On a lot S&iCOO feet, forming tart of the pax
csl U a f.ve story CaOjous«. Th» plot f«Ca« eotsuy-
Ur Siju»ra. I _^
DEAN B*GE BUYS IN BERNARDBVILLE.
JOchols It triir*"*r hava sold to Dean Bag* for
Dr. Augnetus 8 Kr.if ht elxty-lour acres of land
em the main road to Mer^bHtn. at Bernardsvtlla.
&3 The property a^ins the land now owned
by Mr. fla«e. bcm on which his new dwtiilng house
is t' 4 '1-C conu>letlcn.
REALTY CO. SELLS UPTOWN PLOT.
TTarraa aY Bkillln. with Thomas C Demaey. have
acH for the Broadway Reliance Company the two
lots, wxiOO t—U on the south side of Ons-hundred
aoid-fr y-F*rsrjtb-r'... between Broadway and An
stardar.-a.ra.
GARNEAU ESTATE A SELLER.
▼C!!lla:T> PJchtbera; has aoid for tlis Oameau es
t»t« th« t!:r*« f'")ur stcirj' tenement house*. No. 300
to ti Wes: TMrtjr snwth-wt . on plot £1x76 test.
BUYS HELDERBERQ INN AND COTTAGES.
Phii'i'pr & VcHi have sola the w»!l known sum
mer resort 3 if ldfrb»-rg Ir.n and Cotta^t* At Alta
rnonr, V(ri, with about 100 acres, costing up
*•..: of 1190.000. to 1!. j'eterson.
Also fo;.^ far Urn hclra Uie feno of Samuel S.
Bail, BWllpiigtop tßs o res, en Hour.. 1 Lake, OrmnM
County. N'cw-York, 10 Louis A. Hicks, of lir<')*
lyu. Als(» 60ld fcr Joiin W. Menitt, his frail farm
<>n rhc- liud^on. near New-bur c t to Charles B. Me-
N.-.ry. of a UaCtOO. N. J.
UPPER BROADWAY LOTS CHANGE HANDS.
Dlifi «y ! roWB baVn teU I it Jps. F. IfoOany to
.1 M- La.-.phll:-. two lots. BfedsV f^et. on the
• };r.. ;0v i>. 50 :eet north of One-hin
i.: l-ajid-fort y-»ecoad-*4.
MANY SALES IN DYCKMAN TRACT.
.7 ftranttm 3iwn & <"o. have sold [of RoillfO 11.
Bciiui^ N ■. d Vieat <""!^-nur:dr»»3-a!i(i-f<»rty-8!xt li
eu, a fo-ir st.:.ry flarht'Use on lot S,6xfc^ll feet, to
FYar.k j. Sin.-.uti; for Wllliaia A. WtMctQek the
riot. !■ Pt, on tb" mi side c? ihermae-w.v*..
7E9 feet souih <;f I>--c!:man-st.; for VUlfaßi a.
•T&tjaJodl the p]| t, l'*o.\l'i^ fe«t, on the north side
cf L.i;v-. -.d-rt., fett west of Nasr.e-ave ; far
<3*©rs* !:• BCfcJeJWte the plot, ;«tti<y feet. o;'» th*
WfeKt sJO*) o: '>a:-r-st.. iO feet r.onh of Haw
thorne-ft.; tor Timothy I. O'Coancl the. yilot. LOxiOS
Xe«t. o'i th.- •'•uth Kide of Tw.)-}rjrd:ci-a:Mi-fl. v
*■ -"- • SS feet east .f Tepth-ave.; for j. hn H.
O*Z>onuran tii« rl^t. r '>'^> feet, on tho south sid^
of TwtwjjuniireG-and-plcvPTJ'.h-E-'t. 17;. t> rt <.i.-t of
Tertb-nvt., for lyoy.>i L. Smith the pi :, oenslstlns
«>f ti.i.tn twenty !oif. on the past EUe of F rt
v.'nrv, . g..-,.,. B ye , adjr^nirj; the Libbcy ("asti*-; for
<"hir ; e> H. Hcxrta th» pot, -.»• feet, oa the
nonh Floe of Two-h jn^ied-ar.d-six'h-bt., 100 feet
ee*i st 7- r:Th-»ive. . for. Max Kant Us* plot of ten
Jots *' Junction of Ffawaji-svc. Bo!ton Road an'!
Prea'-ott-av*.. ar.d oj>po«>!te Ac&demjr-st., to John
McCarrnn- '.r r Ar^^zlA Rogers, the plot. 50x150
f'-et. on i*-- east eld* of Krond'.vny. 190 fi-et north
of Acafleniy-tt. ; for Arc l hs^a!d Hogcrs the plot
10<»xV»ll tret, r.t tV^ aoiltliweet corner of Xlnth
tve. end Two ' urKl'-f<d-£nd-iiTe<>n?h-9t.. <or Arri-!
paid Rofr«T' the pK.t, lOf'rSJ.3l feet, tit t!;f south
«a*t comer of Vv'i . aa and Two-hua.ir*d-and
•ixteen-hst.; for 'M Real l:«tate Oomspsy. the
riot. :»'ir*ii fret, on the south eije of Two-hun
<red-trd-Th:rt*enth-at-, 275 f"t ea-t of Ninth-aye.
to Pbul HaJpln: for '•>■ Real Estate Company.
the ptot l'««ar.:i fe*t. on the north side ef Two-
MMrwd-ar.c! thtrteertn-st.. Tt Un east of Ninth
ave. |a s.in-fi ope-raii-r; 'or Archibald Rogers, the
weeterly Macs front In Air.yttrOariJ-ave., {ion- Two
hur.dred-ar.d-twe!fth-st. to Two-hundred-and-tli'.r
tee:.-th-«.. r*»,lfarg| feet.
J Rnmair.* Prtwr. & Co. hay« sjaa sold for a
y.rr ]'„•-•■■'- :. the larre house ar.d thirty-two
Jots !r. Bout!; Uroadtray, Vo:.k«>rs. known as the
Pe*r:an Uowerr* Plane; aieo for the D. Lyons
estate a j>'.ot of fourt*e;r. lots, la South Broadway.
4sppoalt» ]/•..»:••■ Place proj'ierty.
J. Kotr.air.e Hrr.wrr. h-s sold Urn lot Zlx\\2 6 feet
On the. south side of One-hundred-and-edxty
•t^ I 2£ feet «■«►•. of Au:*t«rdam-ave.
TRANSACTIONS IN REALTY.
BOwara I* Kl:i£ has soiij for Clara J. Torrance
So. 16 Eatt Thlrty-seventh-sL. a stable on a lot
ttxlOO fe«t. Ho has also 50..l for the B«fttaa eatats
a lot at Urn southwest corner of L^roy und Bleeckor
•!».. *.r.a fur Kirn A. V lilise No 113 Ea«t Thir
tieth a fly« story flathou^e. HJfeSH feot. Jr«pph
I-, , liutter.tt-i-ist-r is the buyer of th» fat house.
Paul HsJpta ha» resold a plot IMstM fe«-t on the
Mtta i.'ip .)f Lmut ','i-f t., ;m» feet west of Sher
r.c-. .i.c U« baa also r<>;d for Georse C De acpy
• it sl<l«i of £roauw;.y.

acrt ft Murptn h *• soM for I^enry CTetelau4
to Joseph 1. iiurtenweiser N'of 320 and ?."> East
Thirty- . : - , tory tenement :. justs
on Ml kftv •■; « j ■
■ :ei • :■ r• . Toung
—c ,»■ A>*»ct*Ucn the property Nos. I^<>
-71 j.** , r * -■ ' ■"■•• ••■'":. a •*;■■> i*tory
Hici-rtrd D;cut-;jii h.-iF «o!d for Jihn F Co •' ,n
•Sttir jps&jSmk. % as a s
ect-av^ta, maler<Saßealsooi£
£ii-'-Jufl«* Erne«t Bal] has sr;i,i the prop.rty at
•— re per ot Boaton R aa< j a n § ;:l; :l ' r \. a ,;
; Yotooa Park, ao.• 10 xJM j- et . to Har-y li
Uaflrcai a plot. Ultm feel •• . . :« <>♦ A M
vVn-h-
Ired-at l-«ist^-'-.. .
: " ■ ■ ■■■ - : •■■".•
'■• • •- " '■•• north* -i •■r~.+T of VVaahlnrton
' • fi One h-;n<lre^-jL.nd-ei»:htv-Btco-j>i-Et ""a" ulot
tifrr vrt, has bought from r<«AeU BrotJSeS %
a A x-<"x -<" - rit KJ ' !:e "nth side «r or.^-hun-
K;i;:n & J>..*e- f.-ia have paid to William Ho:nfr.on
i> |4pt of sAtteea lots to tlss I , ■ .j. ,; „-.,....
SVt» *L a A \ nvt ? /^ " n *- n :ndre**a<Mtorty
?*•.'•. i d On«-^t:nd:ei-an'5-rorty--ev.;,tu »!s
wij»o 6olcir.:r. h-^s refold to iiarry I^rr tb«
lot. 3r*.fm, et th- rorthi ■ , „f Union-
T\>rd J^t. r" L "" tS * ' " ' or '••'• -"^nty-third
5*."22 Ii m " a . T - : \ "' ;: "- ry -'•''^'■H.em the
a»1-2\.Z " V <l r et 1h " sombareai corner or Si
lias •old to a Mr. Ztll^r. jCo. fiTO Eiai One-haidred.
mSSmSS^ o^* four »^y«5tSSi T T r tot
*x%. rVet U
H;-:nr:n & Fodwiaasj have sold for D iJIi Jlw *r
r!*hte«-nth-ftt.. a five " r> flathou^. or. lot SxlOG :i
•«•— , T , r ,'""* & Mayar
y**» One-hu3dr*4-«ti<!-nfteenth-Bt.. a fiv<- * tory
fleth-'u-*. on lot lixlW.il feet
«S'T*i* J&SS^S? have sold for Abraham Cahn
Q» Plot. TtoHi feet, oa the wast aid* of W«i*ster
an., 825 feet couth of Two-hundred-and-flfth-st.;
for George Schuler the plot 75*l«s **•*. on the east
side of Kourth-avo.. 26 £«-.•: north of Arthur-st.. to
a person wno will «»r«ct two family houses on the
premise*; for \V. W. Nile* to a client for occu
pancjr the three family house, on lot 25x100 feet, on
u.i north Bide of Two-hundred-and-third-st.. 151
feet vast of Mosholu Faraway. _ _
Leasing A Moll have sold lor J.7m*s T. Barry to
Louise kounscr No. 875 stave., ana for the
Banners' Kealty and Security Company to rank
K. Kins lots Nos. 368 and 36&, and to Frederic
A. \\ ••;! lot! Nos. flt and 3.1 and to O. W. Will
then lots Nos. M and 367 of Transmit Terrace prop
ejiy- .
, Hryan 1* Kennelly has sold the four lots on the
north tide of Westchester-ave., 257 feet fast or Pros
l>..-< i-ave., to the -Amsterdam Kealty Company-
Waiter \Yh<v\Hl has bought Horn C. A. Keeker
the piot of four lots at the southeast corner of
Prospect and Lo::j,»(u)u ayes.
SaUJixl ureon has sold, through the Berrnan
Ueaity Cittmrtny. tne eleven lots on the north side
Bf oik— bunareU-anu-thlrly-fourth-st., 100 feet west
of Amst*rda.ai-«ve., to A. 1,, and S. Wolf son. This
is can of the Barney tract.
Doll a.- Brown have sold for James F. M-Garry
to rbomaa J. McLau(taUc UM jloi, iexlGO feet, on
Hit wist s.de of Broadway, 6* ie*>t north of One
hundr<ril-anu-f.>r i .y-tcd>nclt;t.
Edward j. Fan ell lias sold a plot of about six
lots on the vim side of Bill I man tn> running
throu£h to Prts<ott-j*.ve. ana Uo!ton Road, opposite
Academy ' St.
lio» ton A- VTeelai have sold to Reckling & Ynl
lender No. 31 Morningside-ave. East, a five story
Batbouae, on loi Ux.-<> feet.
Walter D. Starr has sold for NV-vins & rvrelman
to K:«l>i!i.-ky «t Levy the plot. 2G0k100.11 feet, on the
north side of One-hunuredth-st., 160 ieet east of
t»orynd-ave.
Juiius Friend has sold for i client to Thomas
aiclvoniio Taylor No. - West Eignl'eth-st., a live
story flathousr-. on lot Z>xlC>2.i fe«.-t.
A. ii L<vy & Co. have reooM for Simon Schwartz
to tv..- Gordon Iti-aiiy Goinpany No. SSI West One
liundred-an<J-twelf.tu-st.. a five story flathouse. on
plot 0.4x106 U to t.
W. 0 Morgan & Co. hare sold for James Know'.fi
No i.oC9 Ansterdam-avo.; ai^o the lot on the south
-ide of and-sixty-thlrd-st., U0 feet
east of AiMstorttatn-.ave. ; also tor J. l-toixuttno
Brown, the lot on th'? south side of mndred
s.nd-elxiy-!hiri!-i-r.. US feet east <.f Amsteraum aye. ;
al»(. !or B. Clarence Donott, a plot of eleven lot*
in An.-U-rtla:!>-av*»., southwest cortier of. One-
ImiMimi sjisiT 1 flut si to the New-Tort
t Operative Company a:>: the Elm Renlty Com
pany.
K. Mn.—!s X. Co \a conjunction with R. B. Hew
son, have sold for Mary J. Lynn, to Samuel L.
l.alr r. N't). 121 W«.-s< Twemy-Jifih-st., a threo
Mary dwelling houi-e. on lot 2;x:-*>.S f .m
Th* V>'h!tel;a!l Realty Comsanjr lias bought No.
603 rirn-av, ., ■ four story tenement house, with
store, en lot 2i.t\'j feet, adjoinli the corner of
Thlrty-founh-st. It has also bought No. .'■»> West
Portr-aixth-CL, i.ld bolldlas. on lot 25x100.5 feet,
and .No. 667 Eleventh-are., front anJ rear tenement
bousrs. on lot IMfyl"" f*et.
bchmeidler & Bachrach have bought the plot.
IttxlU f'-et. c:i the south side of One-hundred-and
eixty-f. urth-st.. 225 rcot e«st of Amsteruam-ave.
Joseph F. \'i.'n lias sold for Henry Acker the plot.
&>xjw lert. or. the east sid.> of Prospective., ]?3
Baal south of One-hundred-and-slxty-nlnth-st., and
u>o pel for a dteot he southwest corner of Jen
n!r.^ r and Bryan *ts.
Ha-pr;r:. Dtair.on iston & Lewtne l^ave b iufht from
Jairu s O. Bryant. Uir^ugh Charles 1-. HI man, plots,
each iOxIQS feet on either s.de of St. Ann's-ave., 23
feet north of One-hundred-and-forty-flfth
Isidore Wit kind has bought for a client (mm
H>nrletta Eble the northwest corner of St. Am'<
ave. and One-hundred- .nd-thirty-nlr.th-st.. a flve
story iUthous--. on lot 25x101 feet
S. Cowen hi.? sold for a Mr. Shid'owsky the plot,
75x95 feet, at the northwest corner of Tinton-ave.
and One-hundree.*nd-flftyei?ht!:-gt.. ana for WlU
lam Solomon th • northeast corner of Union-are.
and One-hundred-aad-flfty-flrst-st., and for a Mr.
lower No. LAU Bast Or.e-hundred-and-nfty-s!xth
st.. a plot 40>l"0 feet.
Clement H. Smith has s>old for Mary J. Archer.
MxJOO feet, on the we- 1 side of Thl: c., l<» feet
?outh of One-hundred-and-serent>'-slxth-et. for
W/ttk Mr. Smith has also sold for Mr Simon a
vacant lot en the west s:Jo of Thlrd-ave., I*4 feet
south of O::e-hundred-aJid-i«venty-slxLh-st., 25x100
Xeet. for $8,;.0O.
William feters & Co. have sold for Joseph Ga
mache to Sophie Bauriey two-family dwelling
boom on the w*et aide of Van Buren-i?t.. 174 feet
north of Co!umbu*-ave., Van N st. and also, for
Joseph Gamacbe to Kot-ert Koch, ti\o-f:oni:y dwell
li* house, on the east side of Van Bure :-st.. about
US f-et south of Morris 1 ark-aye.. \»n N'Ht.
Shaw 4 Co. have §»Id for the MclCensta estate
to an bnrcator So. UC West One-hundred-and
twenty-slxth-st.. a three story and basement dwell-
Ing house. lILCxJOxIOO feet.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
•Oth-rt, No 2t* West, ZhtMMi Soph!« PflndM- to
Thomas llcK Taylor; mort«as« fi'. wo $100
Il3th st. No 330 Bast, 18.6x100: Henry L, Van
Mjik et a.!. executors mid truitetrf to Meyer
Roioir.on: ■recorded .... 4 600
15th-*t. 1* r. -"" ' ft W ,t Ruthrrf^rd Place. "C.ax
l'^.i; Harris J Pscktnian and another to Abra
,. * m Cofca; BMrtgage, .* 7.(jiX> 100
l-'.h <t. c *. 243 7 ft m et Rutherfurd Pla'-e, SB.3x
U'.id. «an Je to me: tnoitcsse, $ 47 &j» 100
FTMnk.ln-av*. n « comer 170th-«t. 44t!>4 11 ; Phlllo
Schroder to Prank A Wahlig Co; mortoae.
*'..M«J jq*
aye. sf. i»f»- ft" s"e"oV"AnVh'on>^*»i; 10 °
835* •x3l.4x«T; New-Tor* City Ba,',(|. t Ml««lo.
Sjelety to William H Hertnniri; ell liens . X-)
T^ S '- r" A •«« ft »of L*xlnetun -»ye. 27x100:
Isaac C,old..*!!z and uiothcr 10 Adojf Gottlieb;
monger:, szi.tir** „n
llrtth-st. S SL 141 8 ft eof id^ve. iVax'knY ' Meyer
> k.:n. ntu Catherina Ola; >rt*a*e. $4.000. . . 100
25x100.6; T acoh
lerlck H ::
-*-fr*. «.O '' \Qf\
* ia;.i Fowler. Clxisi.'lVeoi
15>..'..-.-»t. p». 1; :7.r, ii «of Tti : -ave""l'»fl i .-..ii
i'V 1 «?,% «" >''^.m r C SlbSJi. t«S" 8.800
• No m:> East. 2!1x98 6; Morrl* Frohmaa to
Joan A Green: mort£age. 12.000 ,
1 '"'. J'-^ ft II of Sronsda Place and 'Jill •• ft • of
»' S ■ »x t- -'.;.l'x i. 32.
L • Tit 1 - " i: '■'"•■"•< r ; " Berman C Kudlich. « 100
i — "-a- * J*
n , l>! : 5! - " • Uo.s K»■ ,-f lstHivV.'lO.sVK^ij';
8.000
W *ao.o«,; o c and 100
ri t'/i • ■• rr ' urt '"' I--'1 '-' ""^V land Wililam
i °™ : ** tfSStlifcSLli to Henry J Bessie
li3d-st. nV 3BS Ki£t,' "k. VxioVl.iV-' sa-nuel F-i^i ' l °°
l^Tth-s; rs ' i.V, ft « Coiumbu'--k%V,' S^t jj • X °°
f ftv&?^ :; s^ dd ' ° .^ T Korner: mortl !«,
No I*l West. iixii».ii;"Vta"oiriin
■-■ t "* 1 .-H >t iC' iCS * 100; Michael Trem
•ge Utonrj mcr'gag*.
= Z
1~-a-tt. t s. MS R ■ at li-iri. BteW.il; lUartii
• No' in Earn. i« - b*« olttii: ln<>
ssasx r.:*ie» to Uier B Wallac*. . ulle r- ?SM>
tt w of j:a,::s n avi 24x*i.U-
Mn- -7?*° brou « w '>^ r*rk. at \VillW,.i,r'ld««" . Nomlnal
got riim map; Emma L Stunner to K*t'.
r..er.a QpeUaj IWtrtSjigs. J^-'O
RECORDED MORTGAGES,
»V:ton, ■ank C. and aasthar. to Union Trust
aue ar.>. l'l,t -«t. a•iMlft S« of «- n iv,.
per r-jt .. *• t^o (w,
<Jf". tugens J to Ulltfisd 4-tntet bavh.gs tank *** 0W
I^-tt, n c. lot* a ami jj w .j naft ,( k'
M*p A J T«.kT et «i; a veats. ov , tint 8 000
Baas TUT U Cortenu.- CUtoUt* came prlLny "r^i.ir
3 years- 6 per c^T?*. tU ,00,,
rwemaui. gather, v, j^.,;, a ri „:dt. in^VV •
-•'-"> • ■: Ist aye. uwtls; .» ;*r c- -a- 1 son
C\.hn, ALrahatn. t^> Harris j vJSSmSrim'i^ *
>. 1». 4 ft w o- Hut erfard
Tsgtar TbMMa McK. and another to' Be^te «■<*»
>w.'X»O, 8 rears; v p» r cfr.t « Wl( .
Osite. i >OerW t., Mry W bctoaw! UMs^t ' S 'a!
Tlllm "S *. ' J - av -■ 1 r«er; -. psr oent .' 877
■ o&ai
Hearty »tmd and Trust OtMDfNUjr. l*il:i-i i •
4.^ ft wof AmsHT':am-av,, 1 jtar „,,; c : 65.000
Krknure. Rjliiua H. v, xkle GMruTea *ij
f J A K0"*""*K 0 "*""*' 1 Tren ' r D*--a.ve, ••. |ff*.g ft ■"•
Newman .' Budolj* " ii.' to ' '&B^bW ' Btato' Surety Bf>oo
Coapssy. ■'>"■■■ t. No a«»h tt>»t; 4 1a...".^ 6 000
lycte. yiyasasay t to Knldtrrtt^lrar Bau&a
UjU I ;n V u... . M r!fa«i-.t., w » 75 v ""ft
USo-et; 1 jnesx; «p« ... r ,, • me
' Boeiii; " ViltW-V,; '"°
i.-'. i ;!.^rV : : ; ?'-n ; ;; ; v.:"., J; -':::''7 '.-..:, «■*»
ilk 22 *'' U i! ' nM * Jo ** i)h Hoaanflial. £
Copper, Bjrtjha to "^fffifrnanhTi" ' IditVn" *s*L I.OM
"i *?•• ft • '■ ■ wj toe AucttM 1'
li^y*; 6 ;w»r re::: T. BOf
j ' ■.-•-■•■ ! .. • •*' '' ■ -•' i-^-:-::.' iVut-«."s a,
.••V it ■ of Saonte-AV*: prior mort>aa»i l«- 'jrv>
dv« jaauap St. 1MB; O ptr «-..T. ......" , 000
••••■ ' to rids OBsnatea oii.j vr.-ii
- mpaay ;-■■!-»:, Mo STO Weet B 000
Kurii<i. Jotn X, to Ernestine Jaeoboweky 127 th 1
St. ■».U*ft •or Oolumbos-Ave; ;^. d - a
per c«-nt * -^ " . »
MK—eim, l*r*w, u> fity 11. rtcaceOatoßsaV i«t
"^, ■ " eonaei lOßto-at; deawnd; 0 net cent 4 n<»
I*t*ir. Oor S .. 10 WllUsi G Uleiaj ' exeratoV'
.>*i-tt, n,j j:,i wen; r. rears; 8 a** cent b»j(i
• « t.
J«»O ft w cf M-»rris-a.-^; prtor m-rtjeugo f R 600-
Pam,, t., Mgruae B ftior^; t.-iitee." urn. prop! 4f4 fJ l
wop
••':. <:«-maud, «i p*r >f..: . . 8 SOO
;'"•"■ »• :••> •-!. NaasWt^at. ko
113; J-3 t^.»; o«aaa4; (> >er c<»r.t 4.000
MANHATTAN BUILDING PLANS.
Wmmatgetth-t^ Koa MS sad tc>7 n*it. for two .:x
j»ory bttcc ieaesaa«i luhum ar.<S atorca. 374xt»3 fe^t-
Rttbla * Uermkaa. owners; ttTnsn:n t Berr.»t«.iu. ar^i.i'
•> < -iii;n.:.-ed-ar..l-t!:trty r.'rtt.»i . Daotb «!d- Km fe»"t
east <.f l*ncx-*-.-«f.. tor *igiit one «tor> bri<-k workatwoa
: i r "**- "* :r! - Bcbw »«» * •«-* "*£
..f.. =• > M t» Si .1 li' 7 na.t. fr, r a Cow story
Urlek dVfIUnC Uoj»f. B^r.O feet; F. c. ciirt. owner; C. A
fiatt. «ni.l«-t; oast, IOU.OUO,
Oae-faoaeMoVaatf-Afty <!*:.:;.- n.. north »id« Km. feat
* ■-■_•-* ■>■»•• ■'•••; ay«., f« in- «ior>- brick Rath&ase.
mer, o^.r; N«vm, ft n.««.
' *ni-fort>--»lc»ith-»' , r.iTth tile lnO f<-«>t
"'■' f -' ■'''■ ■: •' r US Ova ►♦<!> tjrick flaU.Ti^a.
: . -> 11; I ft H Majt-r, owner*; KavUU A IH.g«r,
THE BRONX BUILDING PLANS.
trnmsrit-mv.. w^st ntr. isi.:i f»-t #„u t h of 'Vr.»»-«»..
f;* thr»* t!ire» Starr Ultk d«*lllns licusta 2u«4T f«af
i*VJ cr - ••■««! W« A- Uorn.sjo, aj-slilt»ct;
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SUNDAY. OCTORKR 30 MM.
Unfurnished Apartments to Let. I
12 Minutes from City Hall by Subway Exprew Trainal
The, Hillcre,st,
430 West 116 th Street,
On Mornlngslde Heights.- Near Columbia University.
THE apartments in tho Hillcrest command magnificent views, of tha Hudson, Palisades,
Long Island Sound, Central and Morningsido Parks.
HILLCREST is especially de
signed for families used to living
in private houses. «_____^__^____j
THERE ARE NINE ROOMS IN EACH APARTMENT.
Among the various conveniences are: Otis elevator, electric light, servants'
baths, butler's pantries, long distance telephone in each apartment, general
laundry, with steam dryers. Liveried servants day and night.
RENTS $1,400 to $1,800.
Subway Express Station one block away. 110 th and 116 th St. Elevated
R. R. St;iorts nearby. Amsterdam Avenue Cars pass near the dcor.
NEAR RIVERSIDE,
343 & 345 WEST 85TH ST.
got them exposure. Two unfurnished arart
men:-: only unrented- one of 8 rooms ana
tstt,; v,-y desirable. %l,W\ on-, of 7 rooms
an i lath, first Boor, larc court ' light, *.<>».
artistically decoiated to suit. -One sjjpei-.or
furnished b-routn apartment, ?-O<> pc»
month • New building; quiet exclusive;
telephone ca.'h suite; til nl«nt elevator;
liveried service; km -enlenl to sul.wa>. the
atres un ! shopping "ars. Bupt. on premises.
or MIDLOTHIAN CO.. Ilia Broadway, Tel.
GSOS c i anil ___^— ■«•— —
Real Estate.
ANNOUNCEMENT
DUFF & CONGER,
Real Estate Brokers,
Madison Aye., cor. 86th St.,
Have open-*! on additional otTlce at
No. 141 BROADWAY.
0R MONEY TO LOAN
* j ON LJOND & MOBTOAGE. Ml U
U UNITED STATES \
ON UO.VD He MORTGAGE. % ii
UNITED STATES \
Til If" Guiir«nte>fl & Indemnity Co. V^
Manhattan: 111". l°>i iM B'way. v^ 3
Eaß ' Brooklyn: ISC Remsca Street. K^Qr
■'■* Jam a 34fl Fulton Street ._^ lw _.
r\ D LIIVK, 228 W Mttl •' . (peclsUsi In suburban
J. devoid r.ent ..•■ . '■'<■■ '■'■'■* "f.rn-.-W'in
City Property to Let
FOR RENT
New American Basement
Dwellings
Absolutely Fireproof
SOUTH SIDE OF 74th ST..
Between Central Park West and Columbus Aye.
Ko residence"! have ever been o!Ter«<l for
rental In New York City comparing- with these
In construction, equipment, appointments and
detail.
They have been destcr.e<! and bull? with th«
careful attention to d*»i»l!s of construction given
only tr, the highest clas? bouses built for private
ownership. Booklet sent on application.
Size 25x85x102.2.
FIVE STORIES IN HEIGHT.
Th«s» houses are. ready for !n»pectlon.
CARETAKER AT NO. 39 WEST "4TH ST.
For particulars lnautra of
CLARK ESTAf £.
Ccrner of f7th Street. No. 2351 Broadway.
FOR RENT.
75th St., near Central Park West,
A most desirable fnur strry dwelitne, butler's pantry
ar.d bathroom axtension. Pi lea it-niiinatilo.
ASHPORTH & CO..
31 WEST KD ST.
Park Aye., near 40th St.
For. RENT — Attrai 3 story dwellias;. N»w
pl'j:nhlrg. Bent moderate.
Geo. R. Read Co.,
SO Liberty Street. (100:4) 1 MaaHsesi Are.
FOR IM.NT. 11 *RM«IIKD OK INK! liMSIIKO.
703 Park Avenue (near 69th Street).
four story hi^i, •.:■•<•>!> brick and browastons dwelling;
lr. perfect order Caretaker on premises
.l.\>if.!i.K. HAY. 71 IIROAItWAV.
City Property for Sale.
no TOr wish 10 BIY ox
Washington Heights?
W*» have rr.a<lo a f-p«rlaltv of rhi s«rtion for
five jfaie. and know v. hat there is to o!Ter.
W. D. Morgan & Co.,
1,(585 Ainoterdam Are., near 144 th St.
BtSI.NLSS On Beekman, Nassau.
PROPERTY Fulton. Water. Warren.
FOR SALE Cliff. Gold and William Sts.
R.ULAND (il WHITING CO..
5 Beekm&n Street.
BROADWAY. NEAR SUBWAY STATION.
'. ■•• -'• *' r« ■■ and two apartment! on (lu.ir
v ar.ii s rooms and bath
T>ntai about 113.T0U; mortcaee, (100.000
VEf.V ATTRACTIVE INVESTMENT
WILLIAM R. WARE,
<ti Columbus near sist .st.
I' IB SALE T- : : . from subway itation .'■3S West
147U ■■ . • ■ .-i- ).:■•» to a quick tmyar; worth
j;j'- • tt-rma very e*sy; broker's eommiMton aii',At-l.
B DXET /«. CLARKfON. i: I.1 '. Nassau sL
Brooklyn Heal Estate For Sale.
NEOETAGHEDIi&USES
Linden Aye.. I J1 >T'—CTEt>
/ decant n,.mea.
T^>i 4 * Ptoesl Avenue in
rlat bush Fuui^b
* xx '' Beautiful lurroundlngs,
Bedford ' - f
. ;_j:k» tr«*«.
•4A.VCS* 1-is-p.otlcn lrutt«d.
W. A. A. BROWN, BUILDER,
_ n I.KNOX KMAU, BKOOKLYN.
CERTAIN AS ROOSEVELT'S ELECTION
ts lacratncm .n Brooktrn taal estate values, i lime rare
pares :.;. la Improved ,-r'-; • rty ast Una io to l»i Per <.e;it.
alas amace, hin£B h iv. QuMas ounties. tii*t win doubla
In v»iu* a«st 111 months, It '>o« to communieata with
J. M. Doremu3, 187 Montague St., Brooklyn.
FOOLS BUY WAY MT.
s-. beautiful snatbusb, Brooklyn i-tntr«; J'.trk »;,,i cars
cl'^st; !■.! ?;t o ujvarda; ponltlvely cl..striß "'»-<« Ins thai*
acr,: e » ptteaa: small monthly nyratnn If <.et!lr.,! ; Ijiinlc
irf.irn in ri'thlnr to this lnw stin- nt ; imPWjmtnta; posl-
tlv«lj r) übllng your rnont-y Jrf'fnrt Sprlaf; fanntkoUM, 1U
rowi'k. tMo. Open Bimdan tcvestHate. MB Watbash »v*.
Hi thre*
Starjr ami l.a**n:tnt house, with two story extension,
fanev stune. hnrdwoad trim, O t>»n pluni'<in« « n() p»rqu«t
fi'K'rs; moat *rUttl.- ia avery datafl: JJJPfJ TYLER. "»•
will Skcrlfica FWANK H. TTL.BR.
• ut iviuut. Srooklva.
Unfurnished jlpartments to /^
Cbe Itiadison Square
57 Hlddison Rmtat
A Tiodtro fireproof Apartment House and
Apartment Hotel or the Uskeel cia««.
Un«>xce:iel uttuatlon. facing Madls-n Square,
the quietest and most beautiful of New Ycrk*
small parka — within a few minutes' walk of, tha
best Bbopa an! Hnwliaa and easily aeeasblbla to
all th« principal transit systems. The bulldinc
has been specially designed to meet the require
ments of those who desirs quiet, and dignified sur
roundings, a cheerful outlook and abundant* of
light, air and sun*h:ae.
The foi:owirg apartments still remain:
HOUSEKEEPING.
One. ea-''.
0 rooms and t-ath at $1,010.
6 roo'ii!< and bath at $2.oi'>
7 rr>omei and lath at $2.7«X>
7 rooms and bath at 13,000
Including ligi.t and heat.
NON-HOUSKKEEriNCJ.
One each.
2 rooms and bath at $7-i>. $S«X>. J'XV>
8 rooms and bath at $1 litO and 91.300.
3 rooms and 2 baths at $1,700 and JI.SOO.
4 rooms and 2 baths at $I.SJq aria" $1,800.
4 rooms and 3 baths at $2,410.
Including light, heat ar.d aarvlca.
Some of these may be combined to make larger
suites.
An attractlv« ground floor aultu of 3 Rooms,
suitable for a physician.
A general dlnlns; rcr.m for the convenience of
ail tenants Is provided, and arrangements can also
be made to !i;:vt- n.«alo served In the apartments—
both housekeeping and non-houseUeeplaff.
S. W. MATHEWSON, JR.,
Resident Manager.
Frank L. Fisher Co.,
440 coLr>mr3 AYE.,
Corner 81st St.
UNADILLA 128 West 11th St.
« Rooma ar.a li^th $710
7 Rooms an<l Bath $640
STANTON 3 and 11 West 91st St.
I Rooms and Hath 1800 to $I.< X*>
ACKERLY 241 West 101 st St.
I.ir. -.- rKim.<, unique fn arrariar^tnent.
8 R «m sad Ttj B»Uia . $1,100
ROYCROFT 219 West SOth St.
All light rooms. Meal house for small family.
5 rooms an<] bath $<}•>• and t'2o
RALEIGH 7 West 92d St.
Near <">»ntra! I'ark West.
C Roims and Bath $730
HENRIETTA COURT 316 West 95th St.
New BuiMlng; large rooms.
5 Ro-ms an.l Bath. J81.)
8 Rooms an 1 l<nth 800
VALENCIA COURT 317 West 95th St
I^lght and sunny ro?xn».
7 Rooms anil Ha: h f 7SO
MATHILDA COURT 31* West »sth St.
All larite. light rooms.
.1 Rooms ani Bam $610
S Rooms and Bath 900
702 WEST END AYE near 94th Sr.
7 Rooms an.l Hath: Ist floor S.fi«x)
h Rooms ami Bath, ad floor 720
8 Rooms and Bath: ."th floor «■«)
*^ Just Completed.
Ready (or Occupancy.
Georgean
Court,
SOUTHWEST CORNER
66th St. and
Central Park West.
This new structure is the
masterpiece of modern high class
npartmeut house architecture.
Beauty. Comfort and Luxury
are most cogently exemplified.
Suites of 8 to 12
rooms, 2 and 3 baths.
Large foyer reception hall
and Butter's pantry most
conveniently arranged.
Booklet* sent on application.
SLAWSON & HOBBS.
2-1 Columbus Ay.. nr. 73d St.
DAILY & CARI^SON
l^ Oarers and Butldera. ,
Hoffman Arms*
Madleon Av*ri!« * 59th Street
BoOSSIUMtag arartment, furnl»h«'l or ur.
furnished; private kitchen anj laundry:
res'MUiant «frv|,-,- : l;irß» rooms, modern.
Improved; wl»ct patronage.
C A. <"iERI-A<'H. Prop.
. 'THE BARRINGTON."
♦»--U EAST 25TH ST.
Very f.ne. 'ai^t-. nlvntly arrati?».l npartißsnt, 11
rooms, all llfcht ; three bathrooms; servants' quarters and
Storerooms additional. Apply to Sin .»» ti.;<>n :
FOR KENT.
THE SUSSEX,
3." E Csla-st. Apartment. 7 large rooms. Suyertntendent
DESIRABU! APARTMENT, twelve ro(,m». to let. in
flrepi apartiptnt bouse; "«n*™ resident, verj
n. :• : .'■■ rTitt". Apply to Janitor. 12 Ywst 1 nil st.
IA ROCHEUUE, 7-"th. eorrer r^lumbus. -Cholc* <-orn<>r
J apartment, Ff.>n rooms, all nipv.t n^rv!,-« private
telephone, :--wm laundry, frea eleetrki I'pht. Ji.fxio.
JO WI'.ST r.'STH ST. — Ftrnt class apartments, -litht
rooms, fr"nt :•..••■. r--ir axpoavr*, ■ vator and all Im
proraments; rent ISQ nmi upwarda
Unfurnished Apartment* Wanted.
VITANTED, for II BVwUIS, floor in pi!vat«> house for «c.v
•' ■.'!.!' v:• ■. two ehildri and mat.l. »tat« term-*.
APAKTMENT Trlbun* Uptown Offloe, 1.i04 Broadway.
Furnished Apartments to Let.
1— ELROA\TIT rnBiaSHKD ArARTMF.NTi" .— TM
.. vate t.ath. inrludinc in«il» $ir. wr»;kl> ■ tn<>. 11--"!I 1 --"!
weekly. YiN RKNSSEUAER. 19 E. 11th -rt . Hour sth-«v.
Furnished Houses To Let.
HANPeoMri.Y Frp.NiMUKi. BROWNSTONE rocn
ctorv house; Blfhttts, \\>kt; I'anjuet ft'«>rs. tivo
baths; term of yean or »ea*.,c: might ootuldtr t^Ulnf.
OWNER, H6 Cr.iumb'jii-ave.
Furnished Apartments Wanted.
IVA.N'IEI'.-Pcr the ■••son. furnished h.r.ia^!ie»ala«
♦ » apartment, of eight rooms, Including accommodation*
for »v... servants; r«»t, $123 monthly. JASON. Tribune
Uptown Offlc.-, I,art4 Broadway.
CityJHMU.
1 -KI.r.OANTLY rDRNUHBD A.PARTMKNTI -Prl
1, vkt,- Wh, Including mr«i». <si;. weekly; iwo. V.I
TTrekly VAN i'KN.^KI.AtH 11. E ltth-m.. near M h «v.
Keal Jpstate Wanted.
Kl>. U>V(, 22* W 8«h-«t . apr, talUt la suburban
. aa»«l«>ia«nt and buUdlri oiiistructiMi.

Apartment Hotel*.
HOTEL MARQUIS,
12. 14, 16 East 31st Street
(A FEW DOORS FROM FIFTH AVENUE)
THE GERARD.
123 WEST 44 111 ST.
The Host Convenient Location
I.V NEW YORK.
APARTMENTS rented, furnlshej ar.J unfurnished, by
wa»k. month. 1 r v»ar.
RATES REASONABLE.
Exr»l]^nt accomiß >iati »r.« f >.- *| I ii' I'—1 '—
UNDER ORIGINAL MANAGEMENT.
C B. GBRARD Proa, T .1. MORRIS. Mrr
Auction Sales of Real Estate.
T. F. ARCHER.
Auctioneer,
Office. 451 Fulton St..
JAMAICA. N. Y.
Closing Out Auction Sale on
SATURDAY. NOV. 5. .904.
AT I P. M..
on th«» premises, by order of J. C. Van Sirlfn,
Esq.. attorney for the owner* of
80 VALUABLE HOHE SITES.
MORRIS PARK, WEST;
adjoins thp former Tillage of Richmond Hill. 4th
Ward. Ilorcugli of Queen**, City of New York.
LUNCH FROM 12 TO 1.
Music to enliven the occasion.
For maps containing fan particulars address
Auctioneer, or Jas. » '. Van Stclea, Attorney. Id
Wall St.. New York.
BRYAN L. KENNELLY, Aac'r,
v. ill sell at at* •!••"
Tuesday. Nov. 15, 1904.
at 12 o'clock noon, at the New York Real Es;a:«
Saiaeroom, Id Broadway,
699 to 705 6th Ay.
103 to 111 West 40th St.
NORTHWEST CORNER.
(Size of Plot 100x200)
Nin» s-story and aasemeal br'.rk ar..i stone singla
Apartment Hoose* sis •■?-•-* and five llnH'i^i base
ments; -l^ apartments, eight and ten r"f>m>i aod bath;
• team heat, hoi water and electric lishts; aim of plot,
93.9 on avviiu- by I'M) on street, opposite Bryant Park
an.l NEW PUBLIC LIBRARY; convanlani t> NEW
WBWAV STATION at 4: ' at ; :.,i Broadway, and "IV*
station
One of the Hnc«t unimproved p!nts on Sixth Are.
Terms Very L.ibaral.
Maps and further particulars at Auctioneer's office*
7 I'lns St.
HERBERT A. SHERMAN,
Aactloue^r.
iriU BELL AT AI'''TION
Thursday, Nov. 10, 1904.
at i: o'clock aeon, at the- Sew Tori) R»al E<i?at*
Salesroom. 161 Broa«ri
222 West 72d St.,
between Boulevard nntl West Cod .We.
t-«tcty nod hn>r:uent !>rli-k r.nd »ton«" li.'iis.-, S»»
101. 2; three rn«au tirep on two t!i».r»: very light rear
three bathroom*; DECORATION:* BY TIFFANY; p»r
fect order.
ltd St.. being 100 ft. wide, under control of the
Park Department ami rrsttlrlej to private residence*.
1* Hm moot attractive street oa tlie Waal Side north of
.".f>t!i St. Till* Itouiie l» < nlv 250 ft. tm C \ tile fuir,..,
>tutii>.i of th*> Sii,'inM.v (lt> nilmitc-A frvm <"lrj M.»ll>
and la near the «tutk>n of the l..f\.ited Iload and the
Broadway »nd other »urfaco I inf..
Mats and uermit-> frorß ITKRSCRT A SHERIIiV
S Pint St. and KSI :th a.p. cor ..••■. st
i?fa/ Estate for Exchange.
rrMIK T-XDKRSI.iNin. owner. Jrsires to rvsmn* bulldir*
X nr. i operatiaa actively; must ur^t oSapoaa of th:^»
lance .'. ■•■■■ tearing propcrttea at ranimnnhla pneea fr>r
e*sh. or will axcfcajise saparately for old bnltitlnxa or ur
linjirovevl lets In Manhattan o; out-, t-t >»:i CQUntn es
t:M*-» suitable for Improvement; amtitiea are *r25»K*»
13T5.000 and >•■"■ raapecUve^; all :-a •■.'. for ':>-i
terms, with air.plw ateuiltj, an-i win staikj thorrush t}£
Testtaattoa; trot^rs prot«ct*a. MAXWEXi. .'. SIA.NNE*
n.". Broadway.
IV. H.I. EXCHANGE lan« ne»- Sftaea room f . n .
laws*. •-•■ bath rooma. tile.l Soar, ail teirrovunanta.
located rif.ir 125 th Btraet. New-York, tor an> «ood cuun
tr, i- ;.nr. win .jchan^e on!>- with good family dasjtr.
liig my h^' : ,"" for ah' ;• - - v! l-:*-t !•>■■'!" •>'3. Transit
Eulldln*. 7 Last 4: -!irvr Rev-Tori City. Transit
Country Property fur Sale.
FOR 30 jcara **«• Tinre< sold
COUNTRY PROPER rr ONLY.
tutitlcK pier to iiXv-nalos buyrnl
Oivm-ii. Wtaaisa to aril, call or writ*!
rhllilpK A Url... HM Tribuna H^U.llr.». N. T.
W^UTF. PLAINS ANl> BCAIt>m*XJ3 Lot.- i:>o uj>
» » w*c<:: *■«!•> i^tmj. hmiMi t»i;;;t . n inataUnaata ia.y
»!'!» as lent Wrtta as f^r "Safa ..-.! pyofitabla Invaav.
asaat r. r Bavtaca," NET* rOHK REAUTT CVIRPOBA
TION, Mount Morris H*n'* BuiltUaa h».si l^Sth-s;.
\T kai r ORAKOC, near Arllnatwu .»v<nur.-^Tt«sl
*X <len>-e. t. n r.-.'ia-«. tol ..• frtit trc:u: In orJer;
tine nriaiitM'rhK-.i, ■ '*' „.-'■<«•. owaar will sell (01 47 !»i»
KUIANXI ... WHI PINO B Bsetonaa St.
Count ni Property to Let.
MORRISTOWN, N. J.
TO I.KT>— ON F-CnKUT MIIL.
o»o nile frepi stut.tni. <>n*-httlt sMia tnm faatoffle*, two
cottages, flft««n io.>in« each, i.ewiy turnlsheU. »uh every
modern tmprov»mer». cti.v water, ana. »I«ctrtc Itgata. ale..
•I.iSW Mr year, turtilahed; «tahl» |joo. if wanted.
*■*» £] i:ii,Ui,\.S. No. 19 Üb*»tj-.u
Apartment TToieU.
We have a few vacant apartments,
unfurnished. In Suites of
2 3 and 5 Rooms
with large bay windows
and an unobstructed view up and down
Fifth Avenue, which we desire
to rent immediately to
desirable parties.
Also one furnished Suite of two room*
and bath.
OWING TO THE ADVASCE
OF THE SEASON THESE
APARTMENTS CAN BE
RESTED OS VERY AD
VAST A GEOVS TERMS.
The MARQUIS is the mo*r tkgaaj
and exdoshre apartment hoM in \"»w
York, absolutely anm&Hed ia the
splendor of its appointments and
tastelulness of its furnish ins:*.
Restaurant on the
European plan,
with a service and cuisine not equalled
in any other house in this city.
the sevillia •sras'Mfa^
CHOICE APARTMENTS I TO I ROOK*
rtTsuosHKD or vxmansaEXx **
To Let for Business Purpose*.
T3 LET. — Har.i2aom« suit* of office* !n flaaaciaj iMstjial
to sublet; suitable tit lawyer. br"k«r or corporation"
If taken at once wtli aacrtflc*. I3ia«iut* jnaiuijjiijl
SriJENDID light Sset Soor. orer »tor»: three w!a
(lows, front and rear, slaai Zaatff; fln« btviasas loca
tion: rant 170. HITCHCOCK'S aTCSXC STORE. T Bar*
rtar st
Autumn Resorts.
KaTW-JEKSEI.
Lakewood
Aiaoat th* Pinn of New J*r«*T. A fii»tisi»li
•ad bcslthfal F«.', Wfnttr vi Syrf=l Kcmrt.
The Laurel House
Now Open,
a. J. mu*phv. mmmc*.
The Laurel in the Pines
Ojt n» V>»e:o6«« 17.
Paaaa f Shuts. s»«tn.
THESE »0"!s «r» •"•::-kn»wn th-«Mae«J «ac
I country for laa Mst Msnlsfd -! (neUtac*
iMlnt«lne/. sr.d ;h» « ec: p»tp»n»te whlea »*•»
hs*« entertslnail for the long tsno of Jtu« •«»••
the Inception of Lsiiewood »• • resort.
•i»chio ay niw Jc»s«t ei»«u »«t»t»»
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ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
The Popular Mi Batreat.
/AARLBOROUGH HOUSE.
Atlantic City, N. J.
JO>iAH WHITE • !»<»*•
HOTEL TRAYMORE,
Atlantic City. N. T. -,
ltoaiaiDs eixn througnout the y?ar; every «<*■»« SJ^S.
and convenience: =olf riv1!««e»: rusninj ; »««" ia Ml
rocma. TRATMORE HOTEL CO.. D. 3 \VHIT». Ptsaisr«i
GALEN HALL,
ATLANTIC '"ITT. N. J. „_,
■am AM) SASATOWCTt AtWATS orf
F L TOOKO, General Manager.
HOTEL RUDOLF,
On the Beach Front. Atlantic City. V 3
Op»n all >«ar American an: «urop«»n plan* !»>•
SBMSCOM »c* water batas «a *ult« v r - r^"'"Vaa
cheatra. c R Mla °
HOTEL PIERREPONT.
yew Jersey .4»e. and B«a«b, Atlantte c «5«./ o % a
-» r.LAKE COMO. N.J.
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POCANTICO LODGE
mm the ye\R Rorw.
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THE MECKLEN3IJRQ HOTEL
AND GAME PRESERVES
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