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HIY AND NAW NEWS.
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;r»OM THE TKIBI VK »TB«Ar.J
Waß>.lngton, January U.
IUVAL POWER PLA.NTS.-There are Indies
■j» that OK Secretary cf the Navy favors th»
tftn* fm *• conanH<Ut»oti of power plant* at
\ct yar^f as bU been recommended as an ad-
J^jtpenus arrangement by the civilian expert*
£j-!er f> <* * 'be (tovomii'Mi. If Mr Morton finally
r <,^•e« the plan en expropriation from Congress
f e«rry out the work will be necessary, although
# Bureau of Tan's and Docks has at its disposal
.15*11 taoA which could be tjsrlj in beginning the
rflf k at some small navy yard, such as that tt
or-—* K. H- It to likely that the work will
Jj^j in that direction, leaving the larger yards.
m gn •» those at Brooklyn and Norfolk, until next
rtgr or qic year after. At New-York the cost of
consolidJitica of plants would he »450.000. and the
Ml mm to be done would be the extension of
Bsm No- 4J. extension of electric plant, under
r^una conduit system, extension of h»atinp sy»«
f,_ i-d the merging of the plants which provide
"Jr. for the \-*irious oQces and shops of the yard
Sirvihinir i* in readiness 10 go ahead with the
in-ki* tb<" Bccrctarj- approves the genera] project.
521— \t still much opposition to the scheme, espe
i?Tj v on tho part of the naval constructors. The
25itar» i* awatt'.r.*: the reports which he has
%n'*d for trcn» the yard commandants, the delay
•g. .v-.ffljiting which is due to the fact that th.? com
pact*ct* liave referred the question to subordinate
cSci*'- 5 -
QTJJERS ISSI*ED.— The followine army and
Mri cnJer* have been Issued:
W ARMY.
•« t» ifOSR^ G. ZAIJICSKI. qusrt*rm«»:*r. to Omaha
*~]Lmrkf hP'i Van frook.. In charge of construction.
/>j^fli FIUN'K E. XVE, asMStant commti>eary ccnrral.
c^." THil^P HAHVEV. atfUtent tur|*on «ener»l.
frfn-rr.art t-Oior.et ILL.! AM H. MILLER, deputy
SLhsmm fwm:. Major a'j;f.rt D. ksis-
VDRN cacur.rtsary. vi ' Captain THOMAS S. BR.VT-
Jnjv * assistant surreoa. detailed •* examining board
•t Cfit^fcS' for sulwis'rne* officer*.
rtmain GF*.'SGn W. RITHETtS. commtsaary, to Cblcaso
ca **.% ,, T »rr.tr.«;ioTj for rrf^notion.
,^',l HENKY G. FHARPB. a*»istant comm'eaary c*"
"nSml- lieu;«nart rflonrl EIUVARH DAVIS. *»»lßiajjt
I/h'xxtX. central: Major* JAMES D. .1 ■ SAN. Bur
ri- axd WIIXJAM H. HABT. comir.insarj'. and
rvDtk'n LjEANE O. HOWARD, «-■..•■ iur«« n c*
t»;"'ed a» ..T.Jninjr board at War I^partment. Wa«h
irc-cr. trtr examination of •übsUtence - -r.
reBU? 1 ' HT7GH J. GALLAGHER. commi««ary (general
S^JD to IV ar - • i'artment for examination tor pro
*** - • NAVY.
r*j- Aflrr.ir«: R. D. EVANS, detached liarhthoase board
1 cinerai bnard.
jj"^-,^; b. V. I^AiIDEKTOX. to tfuty i' Bsaa ssr
- -.- R. V. MILUGAN. detached ni.vy yard Norfolk.
ie au*t surr«cc P. M. TOL'NG. r«*.#natior. accepted.
MOVEMENTS OF NAVAL VESSELS.— The foi
i(-rnr potcgßenti cf vessels have been reported to [
fix Nfivy Depart men::
ARRIVED.
itin«rr ]*>— T*ie Kl«t at Newport, the 'BrookJjTJ at Santa '
t.-ri» «h» Whirrl* 1 th « Stewart, the Warden and
•W Jls^'mnouch «v Charleston, the Paul Jones at
Arsco'tCT and the Ca«Sn* si San Juan
'Ma*-" ll— Th< Leonidaß at Puerto Plata, and ES C*»o
' «fh-,.Wwu,. gAiLED
, „ ._. >(v_Th» nrookU-n from Sana Lucia for Cu>bra.
tbe 7*n;ir.sfh from ' Norfolk ivr Washington and the
j-tul Jaa+t trcrr. ■"•i.irßl.sm liay l«r Anacorte*.
j-.^tt ;i Tl>* Arkansna from Lambert's Point for
jirfias* Heed ar.d me ClnelnnaU from Cfce-Foo for
CtK='-!pa. » |
TBADE IN CHICAGO.
J. TTLXGRAFH TO THE TXIBCyE.]
CMcapo, Zin. 11— The wheat market to-day blew
lixrjt Da En i:r.fcar.asted boat in a storm, and
«aa* csrsMkr.fr from ant side to the other, as if !
fcrtlt d s'J control by the traders of an;- opinion .
or th* ■«*•-: The May price had a range of IVtC. ■
wtidt Jt cove rrd larpely several times. The market ;
was in ore of its 6trong phases as the session ;
?rdes, &r.5 left off Se above where it stopped ye*- |
itriiy. Corn T.as firm and comparatively quiet. j
tt-.oWjr.fr et the clo*e l-!6e gain in May and \c in !
Juiy. Oats Kted firm for the most part, and clo.«ed i
rittou: rotf uorthy char.pe. Provisions resisted the !
*<tkeniE? i::2uci>ce of a heavy run of hogs and
wm r-ri-es for them, and the market showed some
tiitt pair, at the e^d.
TTfcest v.as weak for about five minutes after the
tpitni ana then it became apparent, when the
priact had declined He. that thtr- were orders in
tilt Esrket I j take the wheat. Sellers, when they i
siw the decline bait, took alarm, and in competi- j
tiro witi", the bulls lor the limited offerings, they |
tons ha the price climbing at a lively gait. It |
«B it : trrpression at the time that buying orders .
tea Armour gav^ the r>rir<». Receipt* mre small. I
fiat in part to the overfly cc.d weather in the West ,
erd thf cf>r.s»^juer.t crippllns of the railway service, j
Chicago r*«:v?-d S car?, -~omjia:ed with IS> on the
corfcapcAdKu. <iay >_st j-ear. Shipments from Chi
c»{o were e,tj>' bushf -Is. One of the liveliest terns
is the ir^rkfi waf just as «be se.«fion »as ending. ■
when Hay, »hich had been l.iir^ging- around $1 :t>S. !
took a saA&rn start to $1 IT'-*. May closed at 11 17
tc C IT>%, After M>U:r.g as low a«« $1 16 5 <. The highest ■
iraj n ir» to Jl 17H- Th«» range of July was from i
ISjjP te 6S^''. cio>ir4f at W^r.
The nuirket for rom wa« quiet, end only ellthtly ]
tnlve at udd tin.^F. TJ'.e v.eather was again t f. «-c
TTOvenipnt of Urn grain. #-ith«r from the farms or !
tioaf the railroads. Receipts were light. Local :
rM*ipts «pre W cars, of which 97 were contract.
Tfcere were il/mO busbela of contract corn traus
trrrei from jirivate houses. Shipments iron) Chi
cago were !£2.*» bushels. The estimate of to-mor- 1
Mrj receipt? v,-ns 23 cars. The hlphest lor May
ni 44"» c. fcfcd the lowest 44Uc to 44Sc- The close
*a* at«H^ to U%& July «oid from 454 cto 45i»c
tr.4 e^c, dosir^ at 45Hc.
A Uirty active tradf was done in oats, and at
tw n;«s:cg n ; » ■>..-. whs <<■■••■ with a down
**Ttirr.&f'tiry. fm co\prirK by local short* later a
TimuT f«|it:jr was aroused, and an advance In
P!"-* rem}tc4. Receipts were 51 cars, of which 13
|~ar« w fcr » eantraet, and of the rait grad<» 11.000
™''w *<n* tak^n from the unlicensed elevators
Pfeaena »«« IStJDM nuf hfls. Efttirnaies for to-
SlT"^' X r6rfi - Futures <-lo:vd steady to hie
wrber. litv r]c,gr(l at S;^c. The highest was 2lV\
*"''2 IH 6 Jowffl 2i'«^- July eoid from Cl'»»c to SY%o
t'-iC ZiSr. r\of'.r.f; at "I'io.
Prmiitens wero fairly artive early, and prices
„** lo «"er on free Bflling by local bears. Later
1% 3 * U m *6 bullish, find lid price* up.
;•■"-'■ li.Mir irzri>- «a« dull May pork sold
UlS *- ~ s - tnd fl-55f 1 - 55 To and VO&i. and re-
J^« to B9BH. Mey lard <«oM from }ie>i to 16 80,
«3 toth* former i>ri<-e. ar.d May rib* from £"> &'» to
\Z? fii* l^ ba " k "> l»»i. lif>g receipts ti-.-day
head, snd rri'^-s at the yards were in to
PETITIONS IN BANKRUPTCY.
*»°Sr th« pttitior* 'ti berkrurtcy f !<^ r'^erday were
Masaa*
*?* - -T"r!' Tnportatlon rnmrany and ether firms
■jt*!^ !r !ur '*-"">' r*Utl'jn a«a:nm James Jobsaton In
SL"2r r bnainen »• No. 224 Wett &irty-flr»V*t. Th»
«wci»Jiat ** <U ' f " * allied bankrupt irrrtgat* SMI.
- pt-aooerg aliete that in January 5 Johnston
CVj- BMW" and >'■'. ouutaaiiinr WbM to
t:'jrk*. 'Joe- Cavanauph
XilSr® '^t'" 1"*1 "* ewear that Johnmon data to them:
t^v** ? 9lE * to M-.cr* I .* tb* D'-Dtf or traaafer It to soms
B \M . «t ih» creditcrß whi»t)» tor thir money;
W"«S no lr " - t '"a «* ra>-lnc ItW creditors, an« that
<**?<£?*!' •••* ttmm the city until the matter had
FLj *»'•■— 11. of Kutloj-. jr. J . rave his hsMl
t-|T,*~f*<) «>T;d hu tut-.y »» ( 14.160. The latter con
' 3** ,l, l Cu * on opea acconnta to the amount ef
jTr^- *aca*or « 4tbU »*-rs contracted IB this city In
»** - ■ «. f
«ft^'J?** Uj '* <** TV * I «iani H. Leonard «h«w liabllltiss
<2r;l ad «*»«ta of 128.825. The liabilities coacist
tZ' ' 'iUfa to the amount <' f- ■•" *• - unaeeured
•^sZfc *, : The ••••U ar« real estate- worth «».
te^J^*. •-— ptraonai property worth $JI.6W>. an 4
(£T ■• »r» .■- .-. worth 1.000.
lj^* A. Jaerer. of No. 12 Eaat Kir«t-«t.. Mount Ver-
Sm V' tr - rt * htr Uabjytlei. which ars unsecured as
sTT^r* 4 •*■"' «he baa no aasets. The debt* from which.
«^y»tc be ?-«.<> vere incurred in ISM. Lao Sehles
tJbsalir. 3os *sh Hecht. of Ko. M.*> Broadway. hay«
lE **£**■ ttr et 110.251.
ChiteS!? 6 ** <* th* Northern Encln*er!iig Coiapasy
"^ ««- t Ut« of SlS. 7** aad umU << $10,863.
JUDGMENTS.
<V ••*«■« • u2 * Tn « : ''* »•*» tmonc thoa* filed isstsr
' **■"- ii»_T.» b*la« that of tits debtor:
-^ .i l^**- •*<: tiias Ros«ntbei— A Elfenbstn. .. »61»
SSTifc-r ■'■■* ~lr~ Ir *■ M Bcbaler Bnswla* Co. 2.183
EL*'*" K. an« Lewi. B— n W Bill 1.680
iswTJ* 0 S— E tv«lll. fciteunistrator .. .. 4.043
Snt'HSK? i -" j * Mon^i ... «*
SSTbJJ* J.-v C Mi-Oomb. . . T.Til
*?f»Ssi2^ Her -T A Cumbleton. jams* Btaa
*-\trt ***•■ >■■— isia ■ ClJilsajcy I.CM
JsihT "^ i< " r>r " Sf « i Autoplaa* Co— ll B
bSS&ts -' sx.o suppir C©— J litdboMMch ».««»
«B?i2? Torre Co ...7:. 1.8J7
figJM* 6ai*ty Co ana t>atnck Bofaaa— w
■fc^"'«??*""lMiOBT . 2.001
*— J A Cu««U ana another. . . CU
SATISFIED JUDGMENTS.
j^»ft*«Bf "•'• fciaoor U»« BB'JsfUd lu4g—tS filet
01 * firm B * na * m that of ths <Übt«r. th* ssooo*
j^^ 11 * e»ttar. «o.a flat* wnea Jus«ineat was fliad:
t Hi J^ **g 3 «^ius aa« Eamoel— 6 aisiitrim;
W^*- wuiui,/ octote '£.' uiciV.V.V. '. *. *!rr
™«a « WlUtejus. Ootobsr I. 1M« o:7
J>^ «^)OiEEST3 VACATED. >
Iir ** ! «-!• rVhlessin— r: January 1.
«30
BUILDING/ PLANS.
Jj^kru*' f^L? •* **a4Ue»-«»«: tor a «a«'
• R^JCaa Tf^- *°**«-«: Kavtteto BrsCksn
CJ ' •m^t e 2 ; /«> V £hort - *"*!»«.... JCOOO
**» *«* ilntL ef SeeonA-ave; for tw< » nx
V*"*T £**Sr*: ° wn^ ; *....'..'■.. To.ooo
te 1 * & faa^ B S?J— for • ■*» story brick
«!** siSLJ*** 7 li - •• »"»«•. cw*s»;
C 1C 1 - » ■ TjK*^^- -f«*«t*cla 26.000
J* orit^ »L!V* •* Broadway, for throe Ct«
'• * Lanatiedel. arctoiiscts ltO.ooo
810 VACANT LAND HEAL
Crntvrji Realty Company Buy*
\ early .'7O IjoU.
A. L. Mordecai ft Son hay* resold to the Century
Realty Company for the syndicate recently organ
ised by them the property known as the Ls* 8 es
tate and the Montgomery estate, comprtsing about
278 Jots in the three blocks bounded by Aqueduct
ave.. Featherbed Lane and Macomb's Dam Road.
Thip property was purchased by a syndicate about
four i-fck, ago. The syndicate comprised th"
Really Mortgage Company. Heilner & Wolf Klein
ft Jackson. Potter ft Brother and William H
Cheeebrough.
With this ourohase the Century Realty Company
has control of eight blocks of land in the immediate
vicinity of the easterly approach of Washington
Bridge, with a frontage of about 2.500 feet in Aaue
duct-ave.
LOFT BUILDING CHANGES HANDS.
I John H. Berry has sold for Albert Friedlander
*os. % a na 11 E Mt Bi x teenth-st.. a seven story fire
: proof store and loft building, on h plot 50x92 feet.
The property is 191 feet east of Fifth-aye.
TO IMPROVE A MISSION HOUSE.
Pians have been filed at the Bureau of Buildings.
Manhattan, for the remodelling of a two story and
j basement private dwelling house on the south side
J of One-hundred-and-eleventh-st., 410 feet east of
Third-aye.. into a three story chapel for the St.
; Ambrose Italian Mission Corporation, of which the
. Re*-. George F. Nelson is president. It is to be en
, larc«-d and will have a new facade of ornamental
' brick, with Gothic windows of leaded glass. The
• eo*t of the alter;. -timated tit $5,000 by the
architects. Renwlck, Aspinwall & Tucker.
TRANSACTIONS IN REALTY.
Arnold & Byrne have sold for S. Gre^nberg. to Dr.
j Henry Stark. No. £3 Lenox-ave.. a five story flat
i house, with stores.
Jacob Wolf bus bought the southeast corner of
> One-hundrcd-and-seventieth-st., and Webster-aye.,
J a plot yjxl'v feet, through James L. Ldbbey & Co.
Duff £ Brown have sold fur Richard Kelynack
to a Mr. Rosenthal a five story tenement house. No.
830 East Sixty-sixth-st., 18.8x83x100 feet.
Collins & Collins have sold for Mrs. Bertha Myers
j No. IT East Sixtv-nfth-st . a four Btory. high
• stoop, brownstone dwelling house, on lot 20x56x100.5
; feet. This house is directly opposite the new 35
foot dwelling house being erected by Dr. Frederic
8. .Lee, of Columbia University.
A. Hollander has resold to a client the southwest
•id northwest corners of Brook-aye. and One
hucdred-and-seventy-flrst-et, two plots, each front-
Ing 100 feet in the avenue and 40 feet In the street.
. Anna L,. Berg-nark has sold to August Con way
t tne dwelling house on lot £5xS2 feet, on the west
| tide of Grand Boulevard and Concourse, .118 feet
. south of Van Courtlandt-ave.
Hubertn & Gabel have Bold fur Patrick J. Owens
the plot. 87.6x87.6 feet, on the west side of Forest
ave., between One-hundred-and-elxty-flfth and One
hundred-and-sixty-sixth ft*.
Frank Gaas has sold for John Dillon, to L. E.
Field a private dwelling house, at the corner of
: West Farms Road and Sllver-st.
I O. Brittell &. Son, in conjunction with L. Price,
I have cold for a Mr. Somers No. 615 East One-hun-
I ared-and-forty-fourth-st.. a. two story frame flat
| house, on lot 25x100 feet.
Charles Galewskl has sold for Gerhard Mui'.er the
, three story building at tilt southeast corner of
! One-hundred-and-fifty-fouith-st. and Courtlandt
ave.. on let 25x100 feet.
E. M. A. A. S. Phelps have sold for George A.
LJnicus to William Senwender No. 676 East One
hundred-and-thlrty-eighth-st.. a five story fiat
: house, on lot 25x100 feet: also, for M. J. Cusack No.
726 East One-hundred-and-thlrty-seventh-st.. a five
! story flathouse, on plot 60x100 feet.
i A. Shatzkin & tons have bought from M. Daullers
I seven lots on the south Fide of Two-hundred-and
twmty-seventh-st.. east of White Plalns-ave. : also
from the Irving Realty Company, the plot. 2«x1i15
feet, on the east Bide of Second -aye., south of
Two-hundred-and-twenty-nlnth-et., and have sold a
plot, 50x114 feet, on the north side of Two-hundred
and-nlneteenth-et.. east of White Plains-aye.
The New-Amsterdam Realty Company and Leon
ard Well have bought from Katherine Bartchel the
northeast corner of KiicbtQ-ave. and One-hundred
and-fort.v-rirst-st.. 23x100 feet: also the plot. EOxlW
feet, adjoining One-hundred-and-forty-flrst-st., cov
ered with frame building;*.
Hall J. How & Co. have sold for Alexander Kaha
to Lowenfeld & Prater No. 2.420 to 2.428 Eighth
ave.. southeast corner of One-hundred-and-thlrtieth
et . five two story tenement houses, with stores, on
plot 99.11xl<*> feet.
Henry Kaufman has sold for Abraham Silverson
the dot. &9.11x:0l» feet, at the southwest comer of
Eighth-are, and One-hundred-and-fifty-first-st.. to
Jacob Quartoer and Max Miller, who will erect two
apartment houses on the site.
Daniel B. Friedman has sold to th* Reserve
Realty Company No. 563 Thlrd-ave.. a four story
tenement house with stores, on lot 25x108.7x ir
regular.
Thomas C. Shannon and Wijrsmi &• Jones have
fold for Martin Logan No. 151 West One-hundred
and-sixth-st.. a five 6tory fiathous. . on. lot 25x100.11
feet, to George Getting.
Mrs. May Harrington has sold No. £77 West One
hundred-and-sixty-flm-st., a four story American
r-a«ement dwelling hou««<s. en lot l«x».ll"<eet.
H. Hornttein has sold for M. Weiss to G. Fried
the two five story tenement houses Nos. 262 and 2*4
West One-hundred-and-forty-fourth-st.. on plot
69fa».1l feet. v
E. Elner has sold to H. Tishraan No. 12 West One
hundred-and-elghteenth-st.. a five story flathouse
on lot 18x100.11 feet.
Edward Baer has aold to Hyman Silverstein No.
MT Wwt Forty-feventh-si.. a five story flathouse.
on lot 26x100.5 feet.
Louis Lebewohl has sold for Gordon. Levy & Co.
to Meyer Klelnman and Solomon Marx No. 261 Mon
roe-st., a six story tenement house, on lot 23x100
feet.
The Strand Hotel, at Atlantic City, a seven story
building, on a plot 127x150 feet, was given in part
payment for the Colonial Hotel at the northeast
corner of Ei*hty-fin»t-pt. and Columbus-aye. Amos
8. Lampbear was the broker.
W. & J. Baehnich have bought from various own
er- No. 124 to 1» East One-hun4rM-and-fourth-st.,
old buildings, on plot 80x100.11 fe»t.
Charles B. Kohler has Fold for B. Cohen Nos. 305
and M W#*t On^-hundred-and-nineteenth-st., two
five story double fiathou»es<. on a plot 60x100.11 feet.
Bigmund Wechsler ha* bought the plot of five
lots on the north side of One-hundred-and-thlrty
flfth-st . i*o feet east of Seventh-aye., 125x99.11 feet.
He has also bought the two five story flathouses
Nos. 180 and 182 West One-hundred-and-thirty-fifth
st. on a plot £0x39.11 feet.
Fleck. Brown & Tea, in conjunction with S. Kal
mu*. for Block Brothers, have sold to Simon Lef
kowltz the four six story new buildings, n^arlnp
completion. No. 528 to 338 Ea«t One-hundred-and
eeventh-st.. ea»"h on a plot 37.6x100.11 feet.
J. J. Schwartz has bought the lot. 30x100 feet,
■with frame building, at the southwest corner of
Amsterdam-sve. and One-hundred-and-sixty-nlnth
ft. Margaret and Catherine Kelly are the sellers
and A. Id. Johnson * Co. the brokers.
Charles Griffith Moses A Bro. have sold for Henry
Corn. Nos. 2,082. 2,064 and 3.088 Amsterdam-aye., run
ning through to Nos. 1.052. 1.064 and I,OM St. Nlch
ola6-ave.. cix two and three story buildings on a
plot 65x182.7x58.8x147.1l feet, north of One-hundred
and-sixty-seeond-st. Mr. Corn bought this property
from the Perkins estate through the same brokers ;
about six weeks ago.
Lewie 11. Thlery. or Charles E. Echuyler & Co..
has sold for Edmund Coffin to a client for occu
pancy the four story American basement dwelling
house on a lot 25x50 feet, at the northwest corner
of Weex End-aye. and Seventy-fir»t-Bt.
J. Romalne Brown A Co. have sold for Mary G.
Ennis to Richard Mason for occupancy No. 185 Con
vent-aye.. a four story American basement dwell
ing house.
Abram Bnchrach has resold the plot, 151.6x113, on
the west side of St. Nicholas Place. 153 feet north
of One-hundred-and-flfty-thlrd-st., to a builder, who
will erect two apartment houses on the Bite.
The Mlshkind-Feinberg Realty Company has
bought the plot, 50x96 feet, on the east side of Au
flubon-ave.. 25 feet south of One-hundred-and
•ightieth-st.
Joseph D. Cronln has sold for Herman Cohen to
Daniel F. Mahony th« plot. 100x100 feet, at the
northwest corner of Audubon-ave. and One-hun
dred-and-seventy-first-st.
THE BRONX BUILDING PLANB.
ifiTtb-et, n a. 100 ft v of ETton-ave. five story
brick tenement boos*. SOxaS; Tbomaa D Malcolm.
owner; M J Garcia, architect $18 000
Sl&U>-«t. 11 a. at ft « of Whits Plains Road, two
tares story frame tenement houaea. 22x63:
Michael Xluaco, owner; William r Crump archi
tact .' 8.000
X«ath-«t, No 1.161. three story brick tenement
houas. SSi»: Mrs BUsabsth bill, owner; John
p Voelkar. arci.lt* ct „. 0,000
Kontrcm«7T-*.vc. w a, «4B ft a of 1724-st two
two and a half story frame a waning hoosss.
SOxaS Bdwtß T Bra&slsc, owner; John Drum,
architect - 8.000
Aiaethy»t-«.ve, w ■. ITI ft n ef Morris Part-avV
two two story frame aw»r.lr« houses 21x4* and
21x60. Martin Pllscher. owners B Cbeilnr archi
tect .....••••.•.•••.••••••..••**.•..•••••».••»•• •vOOO
Bronx Park>are. • a. To ft • of 17Sth-et, two and
a half story fraju* awsilhw houss. BzSo : Josspb
Wanioai. ow&er; B EtelJr.g. architect . . . 4,500
Bronx Park^a.Tc. a a. 60 ft s of Lebanon-et two
«ji4 a half story frame <swel.:r.r housa, 21x80:
Joeech I/U-mond, owner; B Sballng. arehltsot. . 4.500
Bronx Wrk-*.v«. c a. 60 ft n of 177th-at, two and
a half story frame dwellinr house. 21zflO; Joseph
ISial owner: B Ebeltot;, srehltsot 4,600
■roM Vark-*TS. a a. 100 feet ■ of Lebanon-ct. two
end m. half story frame dwelling house, 31«60.
Joseph Plssitiiil. owner; B ■hFling, architect . 4,000
BrosxJ>ale~s>Te, w s. 60 ft a of Mis-are, two
two stsfT fnune 4wsUtast boosts, 21x48; Joseph
Diamond, owner: B Kfcaltns;. architect 8,000
Broz-x<lais-s.v». w a 75 ft s of Morris Parfc-ave.
three two story tram* dwelllnc houses. 21x-i«;
Joseea Diamond, owner; j. BJ BBfl architect.. 18,000
Ltfn>rt:e-*t, • •. 700 ft n of ■Wsstcbastsr-avs.
two Mm Ml franse dwelllsf I laaj Mall
■w::ii*ra J Bylsed. owner; B Kballng, architect . 8.000
6ti>-«t. m a. Ml ft w of Avenue D. two story
frame <!w»nic£ house. t1«46, Cathertse Jaoson.
ownsr. CbrU r 1 Lohse. arobitect •.600
BUILDING LOAN CONTRACTS FILED.
lOM-«t. Ho IST Bast. Plnoua l^wsnfsld and
William Pniffer loan to Mtanls Ludman $12,000
laHn-rtT* «. 1»* « a of Thir4-ava. B&xoa.ilj
James M VTenti loans to Nathan Oreenblatt. . 2.000
112tb-«t Kos at • Jad 2 * 9 Bast; Bolomon Simon
IsmbT to Charte* Wallas ••• 18,200
uSJJ. « s. 800 ft a oc rasbth^ve. £5x09.11;
Oty Mcrw* C«=J*ny lo*u« to Joaepo Xew
mark and another •vv*
UMst n s. 4» ft • of Bgbtb^ra. MI.U;
same lMine to sam»». - 21000
NEW-YORK DAILY TIUBUNE. THURSDAY. JANUARY 12. 1905.
Real Estate,
Real Estate
Mortgages
For sale to Investor* at an times oa New
York City Real Estate, is amounts to
rait. Every mortgage made doubly safe
by a policy of title Insurance tnued by
this company.
AAPITAL and *O flflft ftf|f|
U surplus dOiUUuiUUU
The Lawyers' Title
P Insurance Company
. of New York
37 Liberty St., Manhattan.
38 Court St., Brooklyn.
To Let for Business Purpose*.
CONVENIENT OFFICES. LOW BENT
TEMPLE COURT
ft© 0 Beekman Street.
US to 12» Nassau Street.
RULAND & WHITING CO., Agent,
~ ON PREMISES.
T^V^-*?* > TERM OF YEARS. ENTIRE
X bulling. 4 Mortee; large light lofts; elevator and
SRJSeSJ^f U = • Bond-st.. near Broadway. Address
Bro^d^ REAL ESTATE CORPORATION. 20
C'TORE BUILDING.— Two story, 28x46; 7-room cot
o, l , aße> Blore houSe °r ba\rn. 2Ox£o. ail on plot of ground
.»>x*<.'i feet, on lino of proposed 4th-ave. tunnel: to close
an estate. Address C. SLATER, 410 9ttth-it.. Brook
lyn.
Unfurnished Apartments to Let.
A -I ST-ST.. 4 EAST.— Two briirht room, and bath In
-*"*- modern American basement house- exclusively for
bachelors and doctors; facilities unexcelled- lone leas* if
desired.
££& Oft" WEST 135 TH — *5300.
%>*J*J'\J\J An elegant extra large S-room apartment.
Furnished Apartments to Let.
1— ELEGANTLY FURNISHED APARTMENT —Vri-
JL» vate baths. Including meals. $15 weekly; two, $25.
VAN RENSSELAER. 19 E. llth-st.. near sth-*ve.
Furnished Apartments Wanted.
A GENTLEMAN. Gentile, member of N. T. Stock Ex
■**■ change, desires to rent furnished apartment (house
keeping facilities not required). in apartment hotel at
good character, for three months. Family will require at
least three bedrooms, parlor and bath. Reply, statins
termn. etc. PRIVATE BANKER. Box 41. Tribune Office.
Brooklyn Property for Sale.
ON THE HILLS SKIRTING 3
PICTURESQUE FLUSHING BAT. I
BEAUTIFUL EAST ELMHURST. I
[ HALF-HOUR FROM HERALD SQ.
Lots with every city Improvement at 1375 on I
easy monthly payments. Will be worth 11,000 ■
each within two ears, en completion of Perm- ■
sylvania tunnel and Slack-well's Island Bridge. I
Colonial cottages ready to occupy on payment I
of {400.
SEND A POSTAL CARD
FOR CIRCULAR AND VIEWS.
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! 887 Manhattan At., Brooklyn. ■
Country Property for Sale.
FOR 80 YEARS WE HAVE SOLD
COUNTRY PROPERTY ONLY.
Catalog free to Intending buyers!
Owners, wishing to sell, cail or write:
Phillips & Wells. H93 Tribune Building. N. T.
Ocean Steamers.
Clark's Cruise of the "ARABIC"
15,601 Tons, one of the Finest, Largest
and Steadiest Steamers in the World.
TO [Ml^[>Tfb|T?|M[lM|?Ml AND
THE ffill&Pll 0 iblnilMiKllSjTO THE
February 2to April 18. 1806. 70 days. (fj) [3l 0f? [Ml "iP
costing only *400 and up. UU U t& U\J 0
First-class, Including Shore Excursions, Guides, Fees.
Hotels. Drives, etc. The most attractive trip leaving
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Special Features— Madeira, Cadiz. Seville, Algiers,
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Tickets good to stop over In Europe.
En PI ITTI ffTl fr* Tours July 1, by specially chartered
IrK iPiP new - * ast •• •• "Caledonia." (8.400
\aiU\i\iilU Lb tore), via Glasgow. $245. with at
tractive aide trips. Exceptional advantages. fiend for
program.
FRANK C. CLARK - - US Broadway. NEW-YORK.
GAOeADIAfiQ PACIFIC BAIIWAY
Intended Steamship Sailings from Vancouver for Japan.
China and Philippine Islands.
Empress of Jap.Jan. 23. '06!*. M. 8. Tartar Mar. 6
RMS. Athenian. . .Feb. 6; Empress of India... Mar 20
Empress of China.. Feb. 20 i Empress of Japan.... Apr. 10
Hawaii. Fiji Islands. Australia and New Zealand.
Miowera Feb. 8, lWo6,Moana Mar. 8. 1808
For rates and information apply to 458 and 1 Broadway.
\^[ESir DROfIDD.A\ GBMOQti^o
The Elegant Passenger Steamer
"PRETORIA,"
8 800 tons will make three special cruises, sailing Jan.
4th Feb. 9th and Marc* 22nd, 1905, to the British, French
and' Danish West Indies, I>emerara. Porto Rico, Cuba and
Bermuda. Rates lor these cruises, occupying 27 to 84
days, $160 and upwards.
For beauty of scenery and perfection of climate these
cruises are unsurpassed. For Illustrated pamphlets, giv
ing ail information, apply to A. E. OUTEitBRIDaE &
CO.. Agents Quebeo S. 8. Co.. Ltd.. 89 Broadway. New
York; A Ahem, Secy. Quebec. Canada, or Thoa. Cook A
Bon, 261 Broadway. New York.
AMERICAN LINE. "
•*■*■ PLYMOUTH— CHERBOURG— SOUTHAMPTON.
Balling Saturdays, V £o A. M.. Pier 15. N. R.
•Zeeland.Jaii. 14. 10.:w A.M. i St. Louis Jan. 23
New York Jan. 21 1 Philadelphia Feb. 4
■Calling at Dover for London and Parti.
ED STAR LINE.
- LV NEW YORK— ANTWERP— PARIS.
Calling at Dover for Londoa and Paris.
galling Saturday*. 10. Jo A. M.. Pier 14. N. R.
Zetland Jan. 14! Vaderiand Jan. 28
Finland Jan. 21, Kroonland Feb. 4
WHITE STAR LINE.
I".*.- NEW YORK— QUEENSTOWN— LIVERPOOL.
Balling Wednesdays, Pier *•>, N. R.
Majestic... Jan. IS, 10 A. M- I Teutonic Feb. 8. 10 A. M.
BalUc Feb. 1. 8:30 P. M. ! Oceanic Feb. 16, P.M.
NEW YORK AND BOSTON DIRECT.
_ to MEDITERRANEAN
GIBRALTAR. NAPLES. GENOA. ALEXANDRIA.
FROM NEW YORK.
REPUBLIC Jan. 14. Noon: Feb. 25, Noon
C " mC FROM •B^T^ °° a: Mch. 18. Noon
V FROM BOSTON.
ROMANIC .-.Jan. 2S. 8:30 P. M.; Meh. 11. IP.M.
CAN0P1C...... Feb. 18^6:80 A. M,
PASSENGER OFFICE, 6 BROADWAY.
Freight Office. Whitehall Bid*.. Battery Place.
(SDILOD DDfIDIBODEfIOCDOa .Q.0191E.
DAILY bsrvick.
For Old Point Comfort. Norfolk. Portsmouth, Pinner"
Point and Newport News. Vs., connecting for Petersburg.
Richmond, Virginia Be»on. Washtutton. D. C. and entire
Sout- and any^passecger steamers tall from PUr 2^
Freight and »IMWI<r steamers sail from Plar M.
X i* toot Beach St., every week day at BP. M.
H B WALKEB. Vice-President A Trafflo Manager.
•pED "D" LINE.
■t* For La Ouayra. Puerto Cabello, Curacao and Mara.
calbo via Curacao, calling also at Sao Juan, P. R.
Frotn PUK- I - joining Wall 6t. Ferry. Brooklyn.
B i PHILADELPHIA Saturday. January 21. noon
S; gl CARACAS. ....S*tur(!«y. February 4, mm 1
For La Qaayra. Curacao and Maraealbo,
« « ZITLLV Saturday. January 14, noon I
B I MARACAIBO Saturday. January 38. noon I
TheM steamers have superior accommodations for pa»
* sengers.
BOULTON. BLI6B * DALLETT.
General Managers. 82 Wall St.
MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. I
TICKETS. ALL CLASSES. TO
TEXAS COLORADO, MEXICO. CALIFORNIA. CEOS
GIA. FLORIDA. ALABAMA (Cities— veston,
Key West. Mobile. Jacksonville. Ac).
WEEKLY EXCURSIONS TO FLORIDA,
Booklet "Pocket Guide" FRES.
C. U. MALLORY A CO.. 13* Front St.. N. T.
A i — CUNARD LINE.
* TO LIVERPOOL VIA QUXSJWBTOWN.
From Piers 61-62. North River.
Looanle. ..Jan. 14. 11 A. M.KtrurU Feb. 4. 9 A. M.
Umbrta....Jan. 21. « A, M. Luoaal*....F«b 11, 10 A. M.
CampauU..Jan. 2t». 11 A. M.lUmbria Feb. 18. 2 P. M, I
Saloon rates from New York. ISO: second cabin. $30
upward* according to suamer and accommodation.
* GIBRALTAR— NAPLES— ADRIATIC.
New Modern Twin Screw Eltsaners.
Saloon Rates KS6 Upwards.
CARP ATI I IA ■ ....Jan. 17. noon; Mar. 7
•UL.TONIA Jan. 81 noon; Mar. Jl. May 4
fJLAVONIA Feb. 7. 1 1 P. M.; Mar. 2*7 May 23
I'ANNONIA FeU 21, P. M. ; A*l. U. Jun* M
•Carrie* Second and Third Class only.
Apply 2* Broadway, New York
VSfUfON U. BROWN, litr.era! Affsst.
Ocean Steamer*.
HAMBURG-AMES.. U69E.
LOXDOX— PABIS— HAMBURG.
! , al< " r » ee 'J' ln it: n •- m..*PenntvlrMHa.Jan.2B. i x «
T«B!uecher Jan. 16, W a. m. /Patricia Ftb. 11 » a. m,
•Ha» grill room and gym urn on board.
IVU Dover. tVia Plymouth. Cherbourg.
NEW YORK— NAPLES— GENOA.
fvr,i ; TA DALBERT — jM - 12. 10 •- m. : Feb. PL April 11
||Pl^nV.:":::::yan\-ii:-2-p;-i a fM^ a y %
DEUToCHLAND Feb 7 7*SO a. m.
ft l Vl * S ad l a -. Cadi*. Gibraltar. Milan & Algiers.
Offices, S5 and 87 Broadway. PierTHoboaenT X. J.
EROdDOBITGa (BEOB GBQAKfI DL.CL(D)\7fIDa
Fast Express Service.
CHERBOURG — BREMEN.
Kronprtri Jan. 17. Noon, Kronprlnx Mar. 21. AM
Kaiser Feb. 7, 10 AM Kaiser Apr. 4. 10 AH
Kronpriiu..JreD. 21. 7.80 AM K. Win. 11.... Apr. 18. 5 AM
*m«w Mar. 7. lt> AM Krooprinz May 2. 5 AM
Twin-screw Passenger Service.
_ TO BREMEN DIRECT.
Chemnit«....Jan. 24, 10 AM ; Breslau Feb. 28. noon
Brandenburg.Jan. 81. 10 AM *Kurfuerst. Mar. 0 11 AM
11 * 1 ," Feb. 14. 10 AM Brandenburg.Mar. 14. 10 AM
•Barbarossa.Feb. 23; 10 AM Ma1a...... ..Mar iz. 10 AM
•will call at Plymouth and Cherbourg. '
Mediterranean Service.
GIBRALTAR— NAPLES—
*•*"»• Jan. 14. 11 AM Irene Feb. 18. 11 AM
Albert Jan. 21. 11 AM j Albert Mar. 4, 11 AM
•f-ulse Jan. 28. 11 AMLuiae Mar. 11 11 AM
I*eckar^.....Feb. 11, 11 AM Neckar Mar. 18. 11 AM
From Bremen Pier», 3d and 4th Bt«., Hobokan.
OELRICHS A CO.. NO. 5 BROADWAY N V
Loul» H. Meyer, 45 South Third St.. Phil*. *
ALL TRAVELLING EXPENSES INCLUDED
fflifiMfPMT nnU ", partlM to Eg7pt - the Nile Holy
WlluOitKl U Land, Levant, etc.. Jan. 14 28 Feh 7 i«
Mar. 7. *600 to «1.1H5. ' *
MEDITERRANEAN KM-WSs: '•££
IM-a1 M-ar 7.1T. U^« r 757 5 ?o ld s^ ndOn ' J «- "• Fib - "
Fi,fißiDA feasant tourist parties to chief resorts
to $1,0 " TO ' JalU ** Feb - "• *?• Mar ' ™«™
Ki?H«l4jilDini/S Special tours by Quebec 8. 8 Co.'s
X- It UTS U vHy* lU ifi Mall Steamships from New York. Jan
18. 28. April 12. 17, $58.50 to $82.60. ».-■«.
nfiiftlr^M iyiMW'?A<im Tours froaj S* 11 Francisco.
WlnirnKf Inli^wnflße Japan. March. IS, *t»0. Ha
waii. February 23, March 4. 1150 00 up
INDEPENDENT TRAVEL, TICKETS TO ALL WINTER
RESORTS BY ALL ROUTES.
Programme^ and all information from
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NSW YORK.
Boston, Philadelphia. Chicago. San Frtncisco. etc
SO TOURS TO EUROPE. $175 TO $1,000.
[pCIDO 0 [PdDCPtlciD tBOOB®a
Steamships of the RED ••D" LINE will sail for San
Juan direct, as follows:
i 2- =• ■£?$hV DELJ>HIAD ELJ>HIA Saturday. January 21. noon
, B. S. CARACAS Saturday. February 4. noon
••. For freight or passage apply to
BOULTON. BLISS ft DALLETT.
General Managers. 62 Wall St.
Pamphlets will be mailed on application for
SPECIAL Tllili TO THE WEST HOUSES
"TA VELOCE"— Fast Italian Line.
I Salllnr every Wednesday to Naples. Genoa.
j Nora America Jan. 25 , ( ltta di Napoll Feb. 8
Cabin. $93 up. Dinlan saloon on promenade deck.
i EOLOGNESI. HARTFIELD & CO.. 29 Wall St.
Excursions.
Grand Mid- Winter Tours
LOW RATES TO
CALIFORNIA
Tickets good to return until November 1.
j Parti«n will leave New York. Boston, and Philadel
phia, etc.. In Jan.. Feb. and March, and visit River
j side. Badlands. San Diego. Pasadena. Los Angeles.
Santa Barbara. Santa Cruz. Monterey. San Jose. San
! Rafael, and San Francisco. Ths Return Journey In
| eludes the Sierra Nevada by daylight. Salt Lake City,
i the Gorges and Can-ons of Colorado by daylight. D«a
i vex. Manltou Springs, and the Garden of the Gods.
r Leisurely sojourns will b« made at the following eele
, brated hotels: The Glen wood. Hotel del Coronado. HotM
I Green, the Potter. Hotel El Paso, de Robles. Sea Beach
; Hotel. Hotel del Monte. The Yendome. The Palace.
I Hotel Rafael. The Knutsford. The Brown Palace.
i Business men and their families and ladles can see all
| important points without waste of time, travelling
luxuriously under escort of experienced conductors the
entire round trip, and being relieved of every care.
i OTHER TOURS To SS^^Si
vrx&uwjci. Rvmsxa^^ mc^ MardJ Gras
j Carnival, Japan, Around the World, Hawaii,
i Europe. Cruise to West Indies, etc.
Railroad and Steamship Tickets everywhere,
Mend for hook, mentioning information desired.
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New York: 25 Union Sq.
I Philadelphia. Boston, Pittsburgh Chicago, eta.
Foreclosure Sales.
\ T EW YORK SUPREME COURT, COUNTY
I _ of New York. — Charles K. Billings, substituted
i Trustee under the Last Will and Testament of James M.
I Billings for Mary L. Brown. Plaintiff, against Walter A.
I Dick and others. Defendants.
In pursuance of a Judgment of foreclosure and sale duly
: made and entered In the above entitled action, and bearing
I date the Bth day of December. 1904. I, the undersigned.
i the referee in said Judgment named, will sell at public
i auction at the real eatat* salesroom. No. 161 Broadway,
j In the Borough of Manhattan. City of New York, on the
12th day of January, 1009. at 12 o'clock noon on that date,
by Joseph P. Day, auctioneer, the premises directed by
raid JuJgment to be sold and therein described as follows:
All that certain lot. piece or parcel of land, together with
the building and improvements thereon, situate, lying and
being in the Twenty-third Ward of the City of New York,
j Borough of the Bronx, bounded and described as follows,
to wit: Beginning at a point on the easterly side of
Brown Place, distant sixty-six feet and eight inches north
erly from the northeasterly corner of Brown Place and
Bast 13Sth Street: thence running northerly along the
easterly line of Brown Place thirty-three feet four Inches:
thence running easterly and on a lino parallel with East
136 th Street one hundred feet; thence running southerly
and on a line parallel to Brown Place thirty-three feet
and four Inches; thence running westerly and partly
through a party wall, and on a line parallel with East
135 th Street, one hundred feet, to the easterly line of
Brown Place, the point or place of beginning, and the
said premises being Known by the street number IS for
merly No. 16*) Brown Place. City of New York, Borough
of Bronx.
Dated. New York, the 20th day of December, 1904.
JOB E. HEDGES, Referee.
JVLIt'S H. SEYMOUR. Attorney for Plaintiff, 27 William
Street. Borough of Manhattan. City or New York.
The following Is a diagram of the property to be Bold,
the street number being 18 Brown Place:
The approximate value of the lien or charge to satisfy
which the above described property is to be sold is
(19.146.49. with Interest thereon from December 2nd, 1604.
together with costs and allowances amounting to
402.64-100 dollars, with interest thereon from Dec. 9.
1904 together with expenses of the sale. The approximate
amount of the taxes, assessments or other liens to be
allowed to tbe purchaser out of the purchase money or
nail by the referee la M-100 dollara and interest.
Dated. New Tork. the 20th day of December. l»04.
JOB B. HEDGES. Referee.
JULIUS H. BETMOUR. Attorney for Plaintiff. 27 William
Street. New York City.
-vteW YORK SUPREME COURT, COUNTY
-** of New York.— Siegfried Wels. Plaintiff, against
Anna Bacouby et al. Defendants. In pursuance of a
Judgment of Foreclosure and Bale, duly made and entered
In the above entitled action, bearing- date the 3rd day of
January. 1906 I, the undersigned, the Referee in said
Judgment named, will sell at Public Auction, at the New
York Real Estate Salesroom, now located st No. 181
Broadway, In th* Borough of Manhattan. City of New
York, on the 30th day of January. 1906, at 12 o'clock noon,
en that day, by Joseph P. Day. Auctioneer, the premise*
directed by said judgment to be sold, and therein de
scribed as follows: All that certain lot. piece, or parcel of
land, with the bonding thereon erected, situate, lying and
being in the Borough of Manhattan. City. County and
Ptate of New York, and bounded and described as follows:
Beginning; «* a point on the southerly side of Eighty
ninth Street distant two hundred and eighty-five i2»6>
*e«t easterly from the corner formed by the Intersection
«f ths southerly side of Eighty-ninth Street and the east
•rlv Sid* of Third Avenue, running thence southerly
Parallel with Third Avenue, and partly through a certain
Vartr wall one hundred feet and eight laches to the centre
fins of «»• block; tbonoo ••steriy along said centre Una of
the block parallel with Eighty-ninth Street twenty-five
fief thence northerly parallel with Third Avenue one
hundred feet and eight Inches to the southerly side of
Elahty-ninth Street: thence westerly along said southerly
side of Elghty-ntmh Street twwnty-flve feet to the point
Dated VfwTork. January »th, 1905.
Dated >ew jor*. rHoa j l, MoMANUS. Referee.
ARTHUR HURST, Attorney for Plaintiff. 11* Nassau
Street. Borough of Manhattan. N. T. CJty.
SSthSL
The apprrrlmate amouat of the lien or charge to satisfy
which th« above described property la to bo sold Is
■l 810.15. with Interest thereoa from th* Tth day of No
vember 1001. together with costs and allowances amount
ing to null with Interest from January b.-i mm •-
gether with the expenses of the sale. The approximate
amount of taxes, assessments, or other liens, which are
to be allowed to the purchaser out of the purchase money,
or paid by the Referee, v XOS.SS and interest. The
premises will be sold subject to a Prior mortgag* of
116,000, with interest from May lit, 1804.
Dated New Tork. January frttk. ldOß
took j, Ik iiaMA-vum. RMm I
Winter Resorts.
FLORID A.
Florida East Coast Hotel Company
SBASOU 1904-5
POSCt DC LEON - Sow Open HOTEL ALCAZAR - . '. Sow Open
HO TIL ORMOSO - So* Open ROYAL POINCIA\A - Open* January 14th
HOTEL BREAKERS • Opens December 24Ui ROYAI PALM - . Now Open
THE COLONIAL, Nassau, S. P., Now Ope.
. Reservations of rooms, railway tickets, parlor and sleeping car space and reserra
tlons on steamers to Nassau. Key West and Havana, may be secured by aiVliaaalaja m
calling at sis fifth avknVb. siw tobk.
• v- • '• 130 AH.V.US STREET. CHICAGO.
MAGNOLIA SPRINGS HOTEL,
MAONOLIA SPRTNG3, FLORIDA.
Ideal climate; dry: free from mosquitoes. Boattag.
fishing, shooting, golf, tennis and bathing. Pure water.
Illustrated booklet. t ..' .:. ■:.■- - " O. D. SEA VET.
SARiNO HOTEL AND COTTAGES
£AU OAIXIK, FLORIDA. Indian River.
Duck Shooting and Flsalag. Booklet.
rnHE VERONA INN.
-a. CLEARWATER. FLA.
On the Gulf Coast. Excellent hunting and fishtag.
Artesian water. C. W. JOSEPH. Prop.
THE SOT7T"rTT"R\" >*" MI . FLA. All modern tm
a^Xj OUUIiIiVIUi, provexaents. Good table and
service. Reasonable. A. FORSELL.
XEW-YORK.
POCANTICO LODGE.
_ OPEN" THE YEAR ROIM>
Superbly located at Brlarcliff Manoi. N. T.. Putnara
Division N. Y. Central Railroad, or PleasantvUle. on
Harlem Branch.
Telephone 29 Briarcllff.
Send for free copy "Brlarcliff Outlook." an illustrated
magazine. - *..
Trustee's Sale.
Trustee's Eals of the
JOHN KRESS BREWING COMPANY
REAL ESTATE.
The brewery plant and offices known as Xos. 207. 209.
211 213. 215. 217. 219. 221 and 218. 'JSti. 223 and 34 East
Mth Street, Borough of Manhattan. City of New York.
Being the office building, stable. Ice machine house.
wash house, si >rag» house and main brewery buildings.
This property is offered for sale free and clear of all
Hens.
No. 170 East ?Oth Street. Borough of Mannattaa. City
of .New York, subject to liens thereon.
No. 687 Morrl.4 Avenue. Borough of the Bronx. City
or New York, subject to liens thereon.
No. 1027 Second Avenue. Borough of Manhattan. City
of New York, subject to liens thereon.
V
. Xo. 11 Fulton Street. Borough of Brooklyn. City
W New York, subject to liens thereon.
Nos. 118 and 118 Third Avenue. Borough of Brooklyn.
City of New York, subject to liens thereon.
the Farm property In the town of -Ms. Pleasant. West
cheater County. New York, subject to Hens thereon.
_. VIIL
The Farm property In the town of Cortland. West
cheater County. New York, subject to Bens thereon.
IX.
The interest In a pumping station, pipe lines, •to..
which bring- salt water from the East River to tho
brewery plant mentioned herein.
This Interest U offered for sale free and clear of all
liens.
PERSONAL PROPERTY.
X.
All the personal property, consisting of fixtures, ma
chinery, cooperage, horses, wagons, rolling stock and
stable supplies, etc.. contained In the brewery buildings,
to wit. Nos. 207. 209. 211. 213. 213. 217. 219. 221 213. 220.
222 and 2fU East Mrh Street. New York City, hereinbe
fore mentioned, except the beer, etc.. as described In Sub
division XI. of this notice.
This property is to be sold free and clear of all liens.
XI.
All materials used In the manufacture: of beer, and
beer on hand, manufactured and In process of manu
facture, to be sold as of the data of the delivery to the
purchaser, pursuant to this notice.
This property to be sold free and clear of all liens.
XII.
All chattel mortgages, store leases, beer contracts, etc..
Included in what is commonly known as "trade," and
outstanding accounts owing by customers included In said
"trade" for beer sold.
This property Is to bo soli free and clear cf all liens.
xiir.
The trustee offers for sale th* following mortgages
owned by htm as such trustee herein free and clear of
am- and all liens thereon:
The mr-rt*a.g<» and accumulated Interest on property
known as No. 293 East 10th Street. Borough of Man
hattan. New York City.
Mortgage and accumulated Interest on property In
Ozone Park. New York.
rteag» and accumulated Interest on property In Fort
Hamilton. New York.
The mortgage and accumulated Interest on property No.
821 Railroad Avenue. Jersey City.
The mortgage and accumulated Interest on property at
Arthur Avenue, and 187 th Street. Borough of Manhattan.
New York City.
xrv.
ALL OTHER PROPERTY OF EVERT KIND ANDDE
ECRIPTION* BELONGING TO THE ABOVE ENTITLED
ESTATE FREE AND CLEAR OF ANT LIENS.
XV.
The. trustee offers for sale all the property of the above
entitled estate, both peal and personal, used In connection
with th« brewing business, subject to all encumbrance*!
thereon this property beta* real estate situated in 54th
Ftreet, as aforesaid, and the personal property. th» rolling
stock, horses, cooperage, beer and ingredients for beer, on
hand, manufactured and unmanufactured, etc.. contained
In the said buildings. and chattel mortgages, etc.. techni
cally known as "trade"' already described, and outstand
ing accounts owlnr by customers included In said "trade"
for bear sold.
Any bid for the said property must specify how much
thereof Is for the real estate, how much for the "trade"
as such, and how much for th» remainder.
Thin bid must be, accompanied by a certified cheek for
$Ithe'1 the' trustee intends hereby to give op
portunity to INTENDING PURCHASERS TO ob-
TAIN* THE BREWERY of THE above ENTITLED
BANKRUPT AS A GOING CONCERN.
XVI.
BIDS FOR THE PROPERTY HEREINBEFORE MEN
TIONED MAY BE MADE FOR THE SAME AS AN
ENTIRETY. SEPARATELY. OR IN COMBINATION.
AND MUST SPECIFY WHAT PROPERTY 13 ACTUAL
LY BID FOR. AND IF THE REAL ESTATE OF THE
PLANT AND WHAT IS TECHNICALLY CALLED
••TO USE" ARE INCLUDED. HOW MUCH OF SAID BID
IS FOR SUCH "TRADE" AND HOW MUCH FOR PAID
C^TX^ED Tl CC IHEl H E^ D S^MWSS
OF THE AMOUNT THEREOF. EXCEPT AS OTHER
WISE SPECIFIED.
All the property of th« said bankrupt Is open for In
spection on and between January*. 1906. and January 21.
19i '5 from 9 A M. to 4P.M. of each day. and the trus
tee- or his representative will bo nresent at the offl<-« of
th* brewery No. 207 East 64th Street, during all of the
days of such inspection, to give any Information desired
relative to any of the property hereby offered for sale.
All bids must be submitted to the trustee, accompanied
by check as aforesaid, on or before January 21. 1905. at 4
o'clock In the afternoon, and sent to his office as such
trustee at No. 301 East 54th Street. Borough of M&nfcat-
A meeting- of the creditors of the said estate will be
held on January 23rd. 1905. at the office of the Re fere*
in Bankruptcy. Nathaniel S. Smith. Esq.. No. «8 William
Street Boroojth of Manhattan. City of New York, at 11
clock in the forenoon of that day. to consider all the
bids submitted to the trustee, at which meeting al. Ball
bids will be opened, and also to transact such other busi
ness as may properly come before said meeting.
Dated. New York. J-u^^VnTEI. ft SMITH
- Referee in Bankruptcy.
BLUMENSTIEIi 4 BLUMENSTIEL.
Attorneys for the Trustee.
NATHANIEL A ELSBERQ.
City Hotels.
~AX ELEGANTLY FTRMSHED apartment to let.
permanently or transiently, Including meals tor «ne, J2O
wVekM two J3O - steam heat, electiio light, private tele
phonef'ele^tor.bSsHerrt* GALLATIN HOTEL, TO
West 48th-st.. near sth-av«».
1 —ELEGANTLY FfRMSHFD APARTMENT —
1. -rate baths. Including meals, 115 weekly; two. $25.
VAX RENSSELAER. 19 E. Utn-st.. near Bta-ave.
Surrogate* Notices.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OP HON.
■*■ Abner C. Thomas, a Surrogate of Use County of New
York? notice is hereby given to ail persons having claims
against Thomas C. Buck, late of the County of New Tork.
o^ccMed to present the same, with vouchers thereof, to
ths^ubscrlber; at her place of transacting business, at tie
Jirtel ofPlrsaon ft Beall. No. 81 Liberty Street, In The
CUy of New York, Borough, of Manhattan, en or before
th* eirhth day of July next. day of Ju!y. 1904.
Dated New I - ZABETH q. evcK. Administratrix.
l>aiea x»« EUZAB ETH OLBUCK. AdminUtratrtx.
smi;<inv A BEALL. Attorneys for Administratrix. 81
Libert? St.. Borough of Manhattan. City of New Tork.
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON.
-*- Frank T. FlUgerald, a Surrogate of the County of
New Tork. notice Is hereby given to all persons h»vlnj
claims agaiast Edward A. Newell, late of the Couaty of
New York, deceased, to present the same with vouchers
thereof to the subscriber, at her place of transacting
business, viz.. the office of Robinson. Blddle * Ward. No.
7* Wall Street, In the City of New Tork, on or before
the 16th <lsy of March next.
Dated New Tork SOth day of A-y.it, 1904.
ELIZA A. NEwELL. Executru.
ROBINSON. BIDDLE •> WARD. Attorneys for Executrix.
No. Ttt Wall Street. Borouga MitnhatUa. City of
New Tork.
ONEIDA COUNTY SURROGATE'S COURT,
—In the Matter of the Estate of Martina L. Brande
gee. deceased. An intention to apply for letters of ad~
mlnistr&tlcn upon the above entitled estate having been
shown to this Court by the petition ox John K. Tiiaailssn
and others, for the Issuance to him or suob letters, now.
therefore, pursuant to an order ot this Court, duly made,
Bled and entered en December 24. I*o4, the consent of ail
the next of kin of said decease*! hartn« been duir made
and filed, notice- is hereby ****• •• prorlded by Section
2.604 of the Code of Civil Procedure, to all creditors hav
ing claims against the estate of Martina L. Brac:*tf««.
deceased. late of CUca. N. T. to present them to Hon.
Fred M. Calder. Surrogate of On«lda County, at his office.
UUca. N. T.. on or before January M. 1906.
Dated Paoambsr M. 100 a.
JOHN E. BRAXDEOBJL
Atty for Petitioners. 80 Qtnssn SV. UUoa, X. T.
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HOTEL MORTON,
VlrrJnla Aye. . rear Beach. Atlantic City. N. 3. upea
all thj year. Pine Table. Suites, with private baxn.
Handsomely refurnished. Perfect sanitary arran«emears.
Elevator to all .floors. Special rate* tor Winter. Capacity
MRS. N. R. HAINES, Owner and Proprietor.
"TTOUNG'S HOTEL.
A Atlaatia City. N. J.
EUROPEAN PLAN.
ABSOt.rTEL.T FIREPROOF, directly on the >>«a*n.
with unobstructed ocean view. Rooms ea suite, with
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well. 826 feet deep,. WHITE SERVICE. CCISINB C>f-
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HOTEL DEmns,
Atlantic City. X. J.
Sttnattd directly on the beach front with aa WSab
structed view; liberally appointed and liberally conduotad.
OPEN THE ENTIRE YEAR.
WALTER J. BT-ZBY.
CHALFONTE '
ATLANTIC CITT. X. J.
1» SIOKTES. FIREPEOOF.
THE LEEDS COAIPAXT.
HOTEL EITDOLP Atlantic citt. n j.
n.\l±J±U AUW^E, OPEN ALL THE TEAR,
On the Beach front. Orchestra. Representative at Row
Tork efflce. 2iD 4th-ave., 10 to 3 daily. 'Phone It tit
Oramercy. CHARLES R. MTSRS.
HOTEL TEAYMOEE,
Atlantic City. N. J.
Remains open throughout the year. Every >nsm ojt«
fort and convenience. Golf privileges. Ruaaiag watas la
bedrooms.
TRATMORE HOTEL CO..
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On the ocean front; every comfort, lnclu.l!n« s«a water
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HADDON HALL,
Atlantic City, H. J.
Always open. Hot and cold ses> water
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MARLBOROUGH HOUSE,
Atlantic City, N. J.
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A. C. Meridian * Sea.
XEW HOTEL PISKREPOXT.
Now Jersey Aye. and Beach. Atlantic City, IT. J.
Open all year, Sail water la ail baths. Special
winter rates.
NORTH CAROLINA.
Battery Park Hotel
ASHEVTLLE, IT. C.
Modern and high class hi every particular. Reoaatly
renovated and greatly Improved throughout. It ts the
largest and best hotel la As::evl:>. and commaada a BBBaT
ni."V.«tit panorama of mouataia views. Consumptive not
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KEHILWOBTH HrK',
BILTMORE. near Ashevtlle. 27. O.
Pry, Invigorating cl.mar». adjoining Biltnvre BBlala.
Magnificently furnished. Cuisine unsurpassed: n lisjlia.
golf livery, bunting, fishing. Open all tne year. Write
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Superbly constructed modern hotel
right among- the world famed healthful
pines.
Refined clientele, charming tc»n«ry.
Golf. Tennis. Hunting. Riding. Driving.
Bowling.
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CHARLESTON HOTEL, '
Charleston, S. C.
Remodelled and entirely refurnished: every ■■»■■
comfort ar.l convenience for Winter guests No SZBSSMS
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CaroUnaa.
Under new management.
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TUtGtVIA.
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NEW VOKa OmCE. 213 »TH An.
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Hamilton Hotel
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Hotel la aWraada equipped wi:a elect«o Ua&U aad ele
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