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Trust Companies.
Executor
Chartered 1822.
The Farmers' Loan and Trust Company,
Nos. 16, 18. 20 & 22 William St, New York.
Capital , - " $1,000,000.
undivided Profits, - 7,000,000.
Administrator
Franklin "^
Trust Company
140 Broadway. Manhattan*) >, v _.
164-160 Menta^uc St.. Brooklyn j ** *• Clty
rapltal. ffurpJna and C-> "AA aaa
mdii: ir.i i. ..tit. over / UU,UuU
L C.V.01;r.8 H. SOTTHUtn. rre«ldent.
EQUITABLE
-JRIUCT COMPANY
OF NEW YORK
CapttsU 3.000.00* is Nassau Street.
fenr^loe, tItjOOOMM E«jttlt»bU Building.
Rcutroa/U.
PENNSYLVANIA
RAILROAD.
THE ONLY FOUR-TRACK LINE LEADING
OUT OF NEW YORK.
STATIONS loot o: WEST TWENTT-THIRD STREET
ftCd i. i.iiiH<_>iSES ar.4 COBIi.A.NI»T naUBETS.
£f The Je*v:u« naie from Dmurosses an.l Oortlandt
Ctrtets '.% Sve Uiii-utes later Luac mat (ivtu below tor
:»clj-;: ..-u fc..-?- 1 btatios.
_... „ VUlt THE WE!*T
•:JU*.M. CHICAGO St'ECI \.L~
••A.A-.U. 6T. LOUIS LIMITED. For Cincinnati
a:iu Si. Louis.
•M*A,M- THE FENNaYLVANIA LIMITED— 2J
_._ _. Ijoiys ■•> Cbica.6o.
*LSi P. Si. CHICAGO. CINCINNATI. AND ST.
_.. . l^uLlss EXPI:E*S.
li 'H '' M. CiJ iCAUO LliilTEO.
2H? K.- H" frT LOCM A-NL> CINCINNATI EXP.
'5-"{-H- W-ESTEBN EXI-Ktbi.
2rf £*«■ CLtVELAXIi AND CINCINNATI EXP.
"•-W**. M. MTTfciiL'ttUH 6PECXAL.
,„ . W*>HlN(ilON AM» TUC sOcTH.
3X5, &.». »j».is. "j.U>, 'lUZi a. m.. ia.2i. •1-*: 2.10 (*3.53.
• i-»ntr**£'.<jrAi tintttrt, '3 25. »4.20. •< :.5. y .■£> p. m..
X-.l'j aigUL e~r.~+i. b.is. •-- ii »1i).55 a. m.. lil.^i.
.7#r»*!fA •'Cui^retfcijnaJ limited *3.^i. •*.».
l^?*St*^s P- m., LZOO Rictat.
60L ,. ilLliN RAILW AY.— li.is, 3.25. 4.25 p. ra.. 12.10
ATLA-N-TiJ COAST LINE 8.23 a. m. and 8.25 p. m.
ct::^.
CtAlvjAlO AIR LINE —12.26 p. m. and 1210 a. m.
<Ja:;y.
AOHKOLK AND WESTERN RAILWAY— 3.2B p, m.
oaily.
Ch^.tr-FAKE 4 01110 RAILWAY.— 7.SS a. m. week
roii OLD POINT COMi-ORT and NORFOLK— T-55 a. in.
Htrk-uays d.l^ p. n dally
ATLANTIC CiTV.— 'j» a zu. and 2 96 p. a. weeW-day».
Bundaya. "7.55 a m. '
f Al' E - JIAV — 1--5 p. rr.. wc*Jc-«!ays. __ .
LO-Nl. iil'.ANCll. A=U!T.r PARK (North A»bury Park
euniayst. ar.d Pwnt l'lfasai^i. 8..% ia. m.. 12.A 3.1 J.
«-5 p. ra., ar.d 12 10 n:g!it -week-Jays. Sundays. I— lv.
« — > a. iv. anJ 4 r.i \, m
„. __ FOU I'II ILAIIELCTHA. .._:
€.C\ T. 2.'., »7X5. I-.-jZ. CM 1»25 »t»55. «3.55, •tl0».
"l"T& 11. J^ am 12 'J5 •:°Ts5 »1 W 2.10. 2.65. "3.13.
S". 4 2f.. "4 2T.. *4 r.l (*tCSS 'for North Philadelphia
»"!>). "0r,5. ti.:.5. T.iT. tSJ 025 (U3 for North Phlla
g*lpal» f>nly> ». m. 12.18 nlcht »-eek-«laj'». -
' a. in..
1--.. 'IZ.U\ -1 ,V>. '12* ?55. «i -Jf. «-t4..'.5 for North
Philadelphia onlyi. "4&5. 'VCS. «S.f>s. 7.M. 8.23. »25
• W..... fur North f.ii^d..:->hia ur.:\) p. a.. I^-10 ulsht.
•DlnJne Car. tExtra-fare train. .___
Ticket c«rf». xo,. V ;i i-;,^ u3 an , rr a.way. I*2
Hf:h A\eaue <L<-!ow 23d St.) 203 Fifth Avenue (corner
a»'-h St); 1 Afto- House, anj stations narr.ed above:
iiroo^lj-n. 842 Fulton Street. Fultoa Street, 599
UroaJ..ay. tn-.d ivrr.fylvar.la Aw.ex station. The New
T..r«: T.-fc.n«f»-r Com pas y W.W call for anfl check ba«gage
from '■:.»- ac^ residences lhr-*ugh to stlr.atlon.
SSrt* I*'1 *' "•*■*•* Chelsea" tor Pennsjlvanla l:a.lroad Cab
ye. \\. ATTEP.nrnY. j R. WOOD.
OracnU Manager. Paas'r Traffic Uanacer.
GBO W. nOTD.
General .Paaaereer AX"''
Foreclosure Sales.
gUTBOIE COURT. COUNTY OP NEW
~ rork. — CaM Fisr: »r. i.lalnr'.*. eguinrt Caroline Wl«<J
h"!yf er.ri ethers. dff«-r,dar.*s. — In pursuance of a Judfr: ent
if fotscloaur* and eale du'.y rr.ade and entered la the
i-have entitled action, t^artr.r Cr.'e the :3th day of April.
'90S. I, t^« "jndtry.cntd. tiie Referee la said Judgment
r.a^.ed. wi'.l «»-:i at publio auction, at the New York
R*&! IVtate Not. 14 ted 1« Vtsey Street. in
•!-.»• r-jroufrh of ilar.hattan C;ty of New York, on the
Mtfe day of V&y. li'J.''. at 12 o" clock noon oa that day, by
Jos'ph P. Day. AuctioE'tr, the premise* directed by »ali
Julfmfr.t tr> lie soil. «r.d therein descr.bei us fnllsjwt:
All That certain lot, pi<"-e or xjarcel of 'and. with the
bui:iin«;s end Smprcv^ra^nta thereon erected, «Uua.te, lying
end bur.r In Ue t>nrrtug^ of Manhattan, <>t the CTty cf
New I^rk. in the County <md htate of New York, an 4
tounded and described as follows: BegLnrlr-s at '.'ye corner
formed by the :nter^(>ctil»n of the Kattberly «ii / of 114 th
Kfrr. t, with tr.» Westerly ri*» of Lexington Avr.nue:
runr.r-C t'.wnre Northerly alor.a; X'ar- STettorly *ld« of I^t
lnpton Aver-iif. *>1 f«-et; thenoo Wetteily parallel wr.h
114-h Bueet. -vi f»-et 11 fnctwii; th«ic» Southerly parallel
wl;h \jfs\ngtc-n Avenue. «51 fret to tfc<? NortberlT fide cf
:H:h rtr^t. and th^.^e E^sfTir alors: the Northerly
r.ie cf 114 th Street. 42 f«*»-t 11 Inches to the point or
j-lace r,f t>tirtnr.!r-fc. Said premises b*!ne now known by
the «trwt Noi. 145 and 147 East 114 th Street and No.
I>4'~. l>»x!r.jrtc>n Aver.ua.
Ili-.t-J Kcw Ycr*. April i4th. IS>O6.
PATHICK A. ITJIASTS Referee.
I. r-T3EVSIXO. Jr.. Attorney for Plaintiff, No. 158
Broadway. Hart. attar.. New Yoik Clt7.
T^ » f ."'.'Wir.? is a diagram, of the property to be i>o'.4
at fifs-rit>^d ak>r,ve. the Ftreet numbers beinc 145 ax.i 141
Xtsi r.4th ftrtft and LfciG L«xir.gtcn Avenue:
E. 114 th Street.
T?r arTfc*!TnaTe amount cf tre lien or charge to
a»-:r*jr »h!rh the ebnv« described proj»erty Is to be sold.
1« tSS.IJJJ 4A-100. with Ictereax thereon from the 3rd <!ay
cf Aprti :>.■.%. t&frether wltij coats »n'. allowarct« ansouat
lr.« to $&M 15-JOO. with lcterert from April 14th. 190 C.
tcr^t!-.i»r w;th the expensea of the fcale. The approximate
at-iount cf the taxes, assessraents, water rw.ts or other
DcSs. which axe to be ailow«d to t::e purcbatfr out of -.he
purchiaa money or paid by th« rcf«ref. in fTGI h.'l-JOO anl
Interest. Th« said pretalata axe n»w »T.cuml>ered by five
snortFapes. on w^hlcS there :c •'. ie the fnll-jwlrsr: 1. JS.O<JO
atd lcteren froni Jui»» Jrt. ISO 4. at *H*: 2. f\(*A) and
isr'jpreit from Juni lrt, li^^ at 6%: 8. $*.000 and Interest
freni Mey JMh. ISO 4. «i B*4j *. fl.OuO and lriterest from
s*«y ISih. IVH. ax fc%: 5 JlOtlSO anj lr.Ttr»>st from June
S&4, I>A at 6r. T^iat out of the purchase price blddt-a
en 4 pt:a fcr es.ll p.-tmisea the abov» rtguge» will be
paid off and aatirfl'-d l>y tl.e P.^f«-ree.
--'*■-. 1 K*w Toric, Af.nl 14th. l&fS.
PA^UCK A. M MANX'S, Rei/"e«.
gTPREME CX>OIT, .NEW YORK COUNTY.—
Rtaity Moruta«» Company, plaintiff, caioet Jamea
Qurra «jid otLtr^ d^fendtjsts. In pursuance of a Judg
*-er.t cf foreciosure and aaie. dtiiy made and entered In
the tVr« mutled ac:lwn. ar.l tearing <*.tte the 13tn day
cf April. JIK&. the vixidi-re!rn>-i, the iiefer^e In said judr-
Eer.t nacw-d. will e»U et pubMc auction at th» New York
l'-exl J.-tt.— rajMiruom, Nob. 14 &-n<i 1« Vasjejr Street. In
tlit- noruu^n of Manhattan, City cf New York, on the snh
Cay cf Slay. I&JS. k.t twelve o'oiotJc naon. by Bryan I-
Ktr.nt;);', *uctlor.tT. the premiMea cMrtctcd by said jut:«
aer.t to be sc:d, and Uioreia d<;Sir.b«il *• follow: All
the** t«n^;a lota, piece* »r jutrcela .* land, with th«
bui.CiE** theraoa erected, situate, iyiiw: and belnc la the
liwousli cf Uanluittan. City cf sew I'oric and bounJwc
aid oeeeril^'i ac follows: Ee«lnnlr.c at a point oa the
r.;jrtherly Hid* of "\V*st Tw»-nty-flrtlj -'«.-*. distant one
fcuclred fe«-t we*t»riy frora th* corner formed by th«
!r:T-rS'-tticn ut tt.« Siid northerly X.c.9 ut .Vent Twtaty
ffUi ftr^^t with the westerly line of Sixth Arenue: aal
RBfliac th«ice northerly parallel w.th said weetei line
of fUxtb Avenue, ninety-*!*!;; f<-«t nine lnche* to the
occtre l:n« of the bl»-k; thenc westerly a.:or.«- said centre
!!»«■ *nd : £.-..::• . wltn the ea'.d northerly line of Wen
T»tntj-£fili Mre»i eir^iy feet; thenr-e southerly and
a«a:r. j.ara:>l »)th the eald wt*ter!y Hr.c of 81««h Avenue
•Jiil partly throufh the ceatre of a party BUMgr
e:rfit ft-i r.lne Inches to th« said Bertbarly llr.e of We»t
Tuecty-Cfh Street: ani th»c-e easterly al-^nc said n Tth
er.'r !:rj, o f TTe»t Twrr.ty-f.fth Street eighty feet to the
pctst or pl&t* at bec:nn!r«. b« the aald several distances
tr^ 4irr.»r.«lon» more cr >«s.
y^w y«rk. Apr!! 14. !! ** !<^HV M WARH. Referee
JOTTV M WAnD, Referee.
♦VTfnv, TvTT.N'nR *•■ rAUDOKO. Plaintiff ■ Attornrys,
C 2 Broadway (Mar.hsttan), New York City.
i>- « cllowjr.s to a d-aarara cf the pror>erty to be «3.a:
The ereoutt of ik, ra-vtxar* IMM or charges, to «»tlsry
which the above <Jt«TU*-d propt-rly :■ <J te sold, la
131 127.««. *nth interest thereon from Siar<-h 81. IVA. and
&»».* costs and •Jlowa-.'vs Include/I ra '■*-* 4-cn*. ainount
lrg- to hSrctiS. with it::ete« f:> m daif. «rj *> r J thf. «•*
!-■•::»■» ..f U^ e»>; U.e approximate amount <f ta»«*». «•
*«-s™»-r.i« an 4 water rate* ur"jn Bal <l rl^olr l^ ol1 ** 1 ' *° "•
■HiiMtfl out of the purchase rrr/riey. cr f> te paid by the
I«-rrr«-e t!ier*from. Is f&OO. Th«- yrrtnts^a «rt- to be scl.l
subject to a prior nvrtcace .^f the r<rtncl!.al aum <-f
fl«<*.(iry), anfl lUewise Tatere^t thi-re^rti from NovetnlieT 13.
IS*'!*, at the r»te of four «nJ a helf f+r wnl p*» annum.
aim cjto to any c-n-enar^ta irh'.cn may I* >n fon-* re
•T*Ttlrkf th^ v*« rf the Tvr*irl£M*-s«*ewT vr*irl£M*
s«*ew Tork Aprli 14. i;kjj.
i/-.«t»- •€ !\' vnl). flrfifrpe.
Trust Companies.
TmstftA
Guardian
4? TRUST CO
Cfl BROADWAY.
5111 AYE. * 31111 STREET.
100 WEST ItSTH SfIIKET.
THIRD AVKM i: & ÜBTM ST.
Safe Deposit Vaults at All Offices
CHARLES T. BARNEY. President
FREIVK L. ELDRIDOE. Ist V.-P.
JOisEPH T. BROWN. !<J V -P
JULIAN M GERARD, 3d V.-P.
g_>- at.; EN. Ith V.-P.
? « Et TS GORE KING. Secy * Treas.
J Mr 1 E\N v. -v
HARRIS A. DUNN, Asrt. Treasurer.
TRIM" DEPARTMENT:
WILLIAM I! RANDALL, Trait Officer.
H M. DE LANOIE. A..st Trust Officer,
Harlem Br:lBrll: Bronx Branch:
W. F. LEWIS. M K r. JOHN BAMBEY. Mgr.
Railroads.
"Amo'fcn'a Greatest Railroad."
NEWYOKK
\^. & HUDSON RIVER R. R.
THE SIX-TRACK TRUNK LINE.
Direct Line from
New York & Boston to Niagara Falls
■ n^ r 1- ns d^ • :t from Gr*;,d Central Siaiion, 42d street
and lourth Avenue. New rock, a.- b»-low:
.-. Da wesl kounU trains except those leaving
oiand Central Station at i.3Q A. M.. 2.45. 3.30. 11.
1 M., »!;| elo at l^ith St. to receive passengers ton
■ •"i* ?XI af . ter le » v "'B UranJ Central Station.
S"JX A - S-— IMID.NIGHT EXPRESS.
8..J0A. M— tEUFIRG STATE EXPRESS. Moat fa
... . nio US tram in the world. Due Buffalo 4.49.
in** A — "fAtiT MAIL. 21 hours to Chicago.
{••*• A. M— "UAV EXPRESS.
"•*• C — •liLKFALU LIMITED
JfYt !*' t 1 - ~ ! SO«-'THWEST1SBN LIMITED.
i"S* S* £} —'CHICAGO LIMITED.
..45 J> M-'TH£ :»TH CENTURY LIMITED." 3*
•*« n w ur train to Chicago, via Lake Shore.
2|OP. •— tALBANY AND TKUY KLYBR.
♦■•"^•M— MICHIGAN CENTRAL EXPRESS.
••«» **• M— "LAKE SHORE LIMITED. 23^ hours to
. „ Chicago. All Pullman Car*.
•■« P. M •—•CLEVELAND. CINCINNATI, ST. LOUIS.
«A-«o «liIOIT« IiIOIT AND CHICAGO LIMITED.
6.0 C}• JJ 1 — "WESTERN KXi'RK.S.S.
2-UOP J4— •MONTREAL EXPRESS.
a*a d" M ■ •ADIRONDACK AND MONTREAL EXP.
B.OOP — •BUFFALO, NIAGARA FALLS. CLEVB
_.„ LAND AND TORONTO SPECIAL
9-0 P.^M —•WESTERN NEW YORK AND CHICAGO
ll : r i 9ly ; **•— 'CHICAGO * ST LOUIS express.
Daily. tExeept Sunday. »fl*cent Monday.
H.IULKM MHAXCH.
800 A. M. ar. i jx. M . isxcept -ucday. to PUtsfleld
•mi .North Acan:s. s-jr.Jajs. ii.Xj A. M.
Puli.'i.an can oi. A.i through trains.
Trains illuniinaied with Pintsch light.
Ticket oflicea at Hi*. 861 413 and 121(5 liroad*ay, 23
Union Sq. (Vest, 275 Columbus Aye., ..." West 125 th St..
Crand Central s'Lation. aj-d 12Cth Bt. S:atiL,n, New York;
3U* and 720 Fulton St. ard luts BroaJwav. Kro'.klyn.
Telephone • :*m Sdth Street" for New York Central Cab
Fervlce. HB.ggnge checked from hotel or residence by
West, utt Expreaa Company.
A. H. SMITH. GEORGR H. DANIELS.
General Manager. General Passenger Agent.
READING SYSTEM.
NEW JERSEY CENTRAL, R. R*.
Lju«-j;.v Street a—U r~nat> a err.. t,uine f:o:_ South Ferry
uk mlnutea t-ajiier than anown beiowt.
EAMO.N, ULTUUJiUI, ALUMUH.V AND M.UCH
CHINK — zi. ii »7.: i K_»ion only), .• l" a. m., 1.20
4A\>. i. < H .0.4.', teuton tmiii p. iv. Bun-Jays. *4:JO
a. m.. I -•. fi .1" p. ni. ,
Mil .Kl.»ltAt:tt*: AM) SCKAXTOX— 24.00. 9.10 a. m..
6ou p. m. Sunday*. i4.3n a. m., 1 p. m.
LAKK\VC»OI>. l.Aklill XUMS KIVEH AND
BARVUiAI — ■«.««. *8.40 a. m . z1.20 (3.40. 4.10
LakewooU and La— ehurst onlyj. as.uO. x(S.OS p. m. Sun
daya, b.4«> m. in.
ATLANTIC CITY — »9.40 a. m.. t3 41 p. m.
YIN ELAND AND ISIt; Ix.l. 1 »>N — zi 00 a m 3.40 p. in.
LONG BKA.MH, A»BCKV i'AKK. OCEAN GROVE.
I'OIXT PLEASANT. AND SK.\>UOi:E POINTS—
Moo. Bon 11.30 a. m.. x 1.20. 4.4.7, 6.30. «.30. 11.50
p m. Sunday, except Ocean Grove, 9.00 a. m.. 4.00.
>v.3'j v. m.
ATLANTIC HLDB., SEA BRIGHT. MONMOt'TH BCH-.
RANT 1.0.M, BK.\N<II— 5.30. 5.30. 11.30 a- m .
1 SO. 4.80 (5.30 Atlantic Hlds. only). 6.30 p. m. Sun
days, 5».<M) a. m., 4.0<» p. m.
riI.i.ADKI I'lllA (READING TERMINAL) — »4 35. 7.00.
fS.OO. »0.00. tIOOO. tll.Ort a. m.. tl2oo. »1 00. |I.SO.
t2 00. t3OO. MOO. ts.oi>. t6.00, t7.30, {9.00. f 10.36 p. m..
•12.18 met.
24TH AND CHESTNUT PTREETB— J4.2S. t« 00. '10.00,
•12.0U a. m.. •3.00, IM.OO. •6.00. '7. 'JO. T9.25 p. m.,
•:-• i( m.«-
BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON — 8.00. «10.00. »i:.00.
•2.M •■)•«■ •(. IK) •? '»> 'ISIS
BEADING. HARRISIirRG, rOTTSVILLE AND WILL
IAMMMIKT— , 4. 'hi. z4.:5. If 00, lit!'. lo, (10.00. 11.00
a. m.. Reading only). 1111.00. 11*1.20. f£.o<i p. m.. Read
ing. Pott- Har'isbJrit only, +4 ■•>. t5-00 p. m.
rFiom Liberty Street only. »DaUy. tDally. except
Funday. fSur.days only. JParlor cars only. '.Via Ta
maqua. zKaturdayc. aExcept Patur'iayF.
Offices: Libeity St Ferry. South Ferry, C A^'or House,
2*"-l. 434. 3 r>- 13.'.4 Rroadv.-ay. IK2 s;h Ay 2>l .Ith Ay.,
-'. Union Square West, L'V'rf- M Ay.. 273 West 12.".1h Ft..
24S Columbus % v New York: 342 Fulton St.. 343. 344. M3O
fultca St.. Brooklya: <>' Broadway, WllltamEburg. New
York Tracsfer Co. calls for and checks baggage to desti
nation.
W. O. BESUER. C. M. HURT.
Vice-Pres. aad Oca Msrr. C.en. Pass'r Agent.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD
ROYAL BLUE LINE TRAINS
-EVERY OTHER EVEN HOUR."
To BALTIMORE and WASHINGTON.
Lea\o Boa Kerry o minutes earlier.
Lt. Liberty street s ■«'■> am. Except civ—. Buffet.
•* lii.DU am. Cally. Diner.
" ... . . i:.o'j noon. Daily. Diner.
" ;.&u pin. Daily. Buffet
"Boyal Limited" 4 nil pra. Dally. All Pullman.
** .... C.OO j/in. Dally. Diner.
•• 7.00 pm. Daily. EufTet.
•* . . . .12-15 night. Daily. biu-epera,
Rrr.ENL»II) TKAJN SERVICB.
TIII.-IUI.II TK.U.NS TO THE WEST.
Dally _,T. New York City. South Ferry. Liberty St.
< ago, l'ltt».>,Nr 8 12.10 nt. -lint Sleeper.
Chicago, « uiiiiiihu* 1.1 or. am. 1. 00 noon. Dinrr.
l'iM«l lire, I levt-litiKl ■ 8-65 l»m. 4.oopnx Limited.
••Pittuburs Limited". . 6.6S pm. 7.00 pm. Buffet.
< !n«ii,n:iii -t. lento 11.10 nt 15.15 nt Sleeper.
« inrinonti, St. lx>rf« ».85 am. in no am. Diner.
<inrlnn;itl, St. l.onl. 5 -T. pm. 600 pm. Diner.
unit**: liijl 4^4 \.'+*> _ru.i.iway. G Aauv llt-use, 108
Creennich Si*. » L'aiun sivjUire W.. Z\t\ Gr_nJ St..
K. V.. i*3 Fulton street. Brooltiyn; fc'outh Ferry and
Liberty Street. ■
HEW YORK, NEW HAVEN £ HARTFORD R.R.
Xral&a tci,uit irotu G:»aa Cluiiol station, i-d St. a.-.d
♦th A«.. m* folijwu. for
iiOsToN via N«w Ix>r.Jon and Providence — t4:iO.
ifihtii) »xi 10 A. M.. ttii'.:OO. '- 1:03. •xlj3:oo.
Tj"S:W "•*., ■R:01. ".I-Xlj I' M.
liOa'tOS' mh. \VUUrr.antlc— I'*>:W A. M.. t2:00 P. M.
liGbTON. via SpririElield— f.':o(» A. 11.. t;|l2:UO. "114:00.
•1 | m "p JI
FlTi'HßriiG via Putnam and Worceater — P. M.
LAKEViai: and NORFOLK— tS:.'.O A. M.. t3:31 P. M.
GT I'Vi KIN<;T<»N- BTOCKBhIDOB. i.ii.NO.V, PITTS
i-ii-Ui t4"f.O th:so A. M . tl:81 P. M.
WATERBt^T ■ and WJNSTED— t«-sft |6:00 tV?:OO.
tioo" «• 10:02 (to Wat«t»ury) A. M. t1:63. T4-30.
RS9OI. 18 '"i. $0:00 (to Wateibury) P. M.
Tirk«t ;•• •= at i';:«n.; Centra Station and el23:h
c, X at cl" c9il l.l». c 1.35» Broadway. c 3 Park
Plae- c 25 l-nion"S>;uar«. cl"2 Kiflh Avf., c-« Colurobut
V" 6W MldWa Ay.. ci.T3 West 13th St 163 Kart
ISBtS St. I*. Erooklya. c 4 Court St.. fc6o Fulton St..
l# Jl2nsf lr ?Ex«^Pt D Buo la>« Sundays only IStors at
ns.S Bt xSi..p» at 12Stn St.. Fundays only. JParlor Car
llrnt:ed I Ua» dlr.in* car. cParlor and Sleeping Car
tickets also. r T HEMPSTEAD. Qen Pa«s. A*t.
O. M. KHEPAI<I.». «>n. Supt.
Lackawanna Railroad.
I>eaie S«w lot* loot Barclay aii<i Cnristuaiier Sta.
« M A. M.— For iilEKhamion ar.d -:*.
•10 00 A M — For Buffalo, '.'hk-aco nJ St. I»ut»
• 1 «<) IV M.— For Buffalo ana Chicago.
t4*o<J P. M. — For Scrantofi and mouth.
•C 10 P M.— For nuralu and Chicago.
•• P. M —For Buffalo. f yr.cus*. Utlca.
• •>«> A. M— For Chicago— open at 8 P. M.
Ticket* !«■ •». 11*3. 1434 Broadway. N. V.; 33!» Ful-
U/n it Brooklyn
LEHICH VALLEY.
Toot •'.-•.-' A : CorOaadt ana r>eibross<!i atreeu >.
•Dally ♦Except Sunday. Sunday: ■»' - ■ d 1.13. ci 45. cj.ZJ. * 3<a -
*■ ' ■ tT.y.Y,A|LTj V..8
HMrhOinak Local ♦!. *> A Sj-eTM 1 3
H^^a=^ai=ii: •»T it/ * U U*i
xjxpassa • - • * *'" ■" * *
S2Hrft3-^»^ «*£!! fr»J3
THE^UF*ALO TBAIJf.. ', 55 rMI »«'K
TiTSTind Pullman "acrommodatlun. H*. »,» J* S. Aye.,
„:Luc be.
KroiiiU Jii. *• »'• Trmtfer Co. will call for and caec* bagsa«o-
A: The Trlban#
r«r.i-nca at th»ir Uj.iuwn office.
No. 1.3<i4 BIIOADWAY.
Adver.iMsmer.ts will w re<:ri\ed at the following trmnch
O fflc."a «BVl«r *«»«• rut" "»tll B v clock p. »££»«•!
2vJ «h-ivf t «. -or. 25d-«t.: 153 Cth-avc. cor. 12th-*t.;
S*ait Wh-.t.: 537 We.t 4M-.1.. between 7th and Bth
7-th 'its 1..0»3,1-*v... n.arßl.t-ft.-. 1.708 !«-«>•.. near
E?g S^Sm Fast IMtfc-et.: 73« Tremorit-«ve.; i^O 3<J~
W ,;«r 41*i-*t • ««4 =d-ave : trt Ohrlitci>her-*t.
li£.W. N. V.-3 Cw^tj =*• <*^-.t.
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, MONDAY. APRIL 24. 1905.
To Let for Business Purposes.
The Newest
of Modern
Office
Buildings
Every Office Directly Lighted
This new, absolutely fireproof, 18
story office building containing every
device known to modern architecture,
for the comfort and convenience of
its tenants.
The first office building equipped
with Wire Glass in all wall openings
exposed to conflagration hazards.
The doors and all interior trim are
metal covered; no woodwork of any
kind is used.
Floors connecting and arranged
for large corporations; or offices sin
gly or en suite for lawyers, etc. The
second floor is arranged for two ten
ants — especially desirable for Finan
cial Institution, Steamship or Rail
road Office.
Also fine large basement suitable
for high-class restaurant.
Eight rapid elevators of the most
modern type now running.
Instruction.
THE BERUTZ SCUOOI, Or I-ANGrAGES.
Madison Square (1,122 B"way); Brooklyn. 73 Court 8t
New term* beginning now. Trial le»»on» free.
School Agencies.
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN TEACHERS* AGENCt
•uppiies Professors. Teachers. Tutors. Governesses, eta,
to Colleges, Schools and Families. Apply to
Mrs. M. J. YOUNG-FULTON. 23 Union Equar*. -
Excursions.
EUROPE
"RED LETTER DAYS ABROAD."
Fen.l for booklet entitled as above, covering four attrac
tive trips through Europe. Personally conducted, all
travelling expenses included, parties limited in number. '
SHORT RHINE AND SWISS TOUR, 43 DAYS, S3OO |
July Bth. via Bed Star Steamer (12,700 ton) "Finland."
LON6 RHINE AHD SWISS TOUR, 50 DAYS, $315.
July Uth. via grand new Cunarder. 21,000 ton "Corona."
CONTINENTAL TOUR, 66 OAKS. $425.
July M via, 10.000 & 13 M "Mesaba" & "Minnetooko."
ITALY AND RHINE TOUR, 47 DAYS, $340.
July Ist, via new ."." ■• tons. Canard S. S. "Slavonla."
THOS. H. HENDRICKSON TOURS.
3*3 Fulton St. (Jet. V ■- :■"■ ■■ n St.). Rrroklyn. N. Y.
Steamboats.
FES n?k c^; TF (ft) nyi Axr> poin "ts in
LDJ W@ U ViM L\J NEW ENGLAND.
FALL RIVER LINE, via Newport an.l Fail River. i
I>-a\.- I*l. 1« S H.. foot of Warrr-a St.; week-days only
at 5:30 P. M. Steamers PRISCILI.A and PURITAN. <
Orci.es'.ra on each. '
NORWICH LINK, via New London. Leave Her 4i>.
V- j> foot of Clsrfcaon week-ca>» only at 6:OU P. M.
«teamern CITY OF LOWELL ar.! NEW HAM P. IKK.
" NEW HAVEN LINE. tr,r New-Haven. Hartford. Spring
fieid ani the North. Leave l*ier -U. K. it.. l<io< of Peck
KHp "ik-hvß cnly at f.w P. M. Steamer CHESTEB
W. 'CHAPIN.
[p[I(!D(PILI© CLOC3I
NEW YORK — ALBANY
C W. HOME and ADIRONDACK
7 cave I'ier 21. N. R. f'">ot Canal St.. i P. M.. week
days only; direct comifction at Albany with trains to
ail points. Send sc. for C. W. Morse Souvenir.
EXCURSION 12.50.
CATSKBLL. WBWm t (S3MMII.BE
BOATS leave Pier «. N. R.- week day*. OP. M.
Ocean Steamers.
Heurope
THIRTY TOURS THIS SEASON.
April to August, hy all K.iut*.< .^.iiarat" parties: l*-i"Jrely
travel. Tours cover the whole ot Europe. Write for
F^e^cludlns $175 to SIOIS
Tn'u-remUr.'t Railroad and Steamship Tickets every
*:here" 125 FOREIGN OITICEB.
THOS. COOK & SON.
MO \\T> MSS BBOADVTAT. IMS MADISON AYE.. ,
' " " NEW YORK. ;
CLARK'S SERVICE
The most ■lc-listuful and moat economical means of
FOREIGN TRAVEL
l.v all llres and by
Specially Chartered Steamers
Write for particular* and Catal pie D j
FRANK C, CLAKK. 113 Hroadway, New York. ;
FROM NEW YORK
TO CALIFORNIA VIA
©©ootifc&tFni} IPs©^3©
PASSENGER STEAMERS
NEW YORK TO NEW ORLEANS.
thence rail through
LOUISIANA. TEXAS. NEW MEXICO. ARIZONA.
Icuuiro 249 or 1 Broadwajr. N. I.
— !
1»i;d "D" LINE.
-*-^ y. r La Guayra Puerto Cab*!ln. Curncao ml Mara
cu'l-o via Cuiacao. -UUBK at ban Juan. P. K.
JSSa I_a^1 _a^ •£££
b *. Saturday, l.'ay 13. noon
D - a For La uayni Cui^<ao una Maiacaiou.
c w: vi • i i a . . Satui uay. »ay 6, noon
£ B. M OtACAII Saturday. -May 3D. nooa
lt*s« •teau.er* havo superior accomrauJatloiu for pas- .
Bovriroy. blisw i i>allett.
Gencrai Man««ers. MS \\ all St.
A _ CUNABO LINE.
j\. TO LJVEI'.I'OOL. VIA QUEENSTOWN.
From Piers 51-s^. North River.
Tr, ,,ri* ".APT S! nooatCaroala, Hay ie. 1 P. M.
P/^, uniaV ' ' Vt'u v\i, ■» P. M.JLucanU i-u> su. .i- il.
rmS M a y 311 A. M. Et:ur.a May 27. 11 A. M.
v mbru. . Vjtak-napi.k^-adiua nc.
New Modern Twin Screw rner«.
•m-msu " ... Ma> ». aP. M : Jan. 2T. Au». 15
IU A. M . July 11. Au«. a»
KmSoNIA June »!. 1O A. M. ; July 25. Sept. 12
I'A.S.NO.NiA^--^ iHiia «WJ Thlrt Clubh Only.
\ni>!y Sa l;roa>:way. Nrw Ycrk.
VEBNoN 11. DROWX. General Agent.
•-T A 7ELOCE"— Ka»t Italian Lin*.
«-^ c.iiin. .ve-y WrJnenday to Ntplei. O«no«.
BOLCKJNnai riABTFJELI> * CO.. IB WaU 8C I
To Let for B uswessJPur poses.
Barclay Buijding
Broadway, Southwest Corner Duane St,
WILLIAM C. WALKER'S SONS and WRIGHT BARCLAY. Agents. 299 Broadway.
Ocean Steamers.
HAMBURG-AM ERIC AM UK.
Plymouth — Cherbourg— Hamburg.
© a ©a flD®nD"Ss(BDnQgQ^i(iQ
SAILS APR. 27. MAY 25. JUNE 22.
tDeutschland..Apr. 27. noon!^Patricia May IS, noon
"I>nn>->-!vanU.Apr p.m. i •Pretoria May 20. 7 a. m.
Hamburg . May 3. »a. m. I tAlbingia.May »). 7:30 a m.
t'Bluecher.May U. 10 a. in. : tDeatschland.May 2S. 10 a.m.
tGrlll room. •Gynaiaiium on b«.>urU. fVIa Dover for
London and Parts to Hamburg. {Direct.
New York — Naples Genoa.
PRINZ OSKAR May 9. 1 p. m.; June 27. Aug. 15
PRINZ ADALBERT ...May 30, 2P. m. ; July 13. Kept. 12
Offices. 35 and 37 Broadway. Piers. Hoboken. N. J.
BEFORE GOING ABROAD CONSULT THE
EUROPEAN ADVERTISEMENTS THAT AP
PEAR REGULARLY IN THE TRIBUNE ON
SUNDAYS. WEDNESDAYS AND SATUR
DAYS.
KUdDOSTTKI (BIEQBG3QAK) IULOTGD
Fast Express Service.
PLYMOUTH— CHERBOURG — BREMEN.
Kronprtnz. ..May 2. 6 A. M. ; Kaiser June 6. 10 A. M.
Kaiser . . May v 10 A M. X.. Wm, 11... June 13, noon
K. «"sn. H..MV 16. 1 P. M. i Kronprlnz..Jun* 27. 11 A. M.
Kronprlnt..May 30. 1 P. 11. \ Kaiser July 4. lo A. M.
Twin-screw Passenger Service.
TO BREMEN DIRECT.
Brandenburg Apr. 27. 10 AM, •Alice May 23. 10 AM
•Barbarossa. .May 4, In AM •Bremen June 1. 10 AM
C.neisenau...May 11, 10 AM Neckar June 3. I" AM
•Kurfuerst. .May I*. 10 AM; *H -baroa«a. . .Juno s. lo AM
•Will call at Plymouth and Cherbourg.
Mediterranean Service.
GIERALTAR - NAPLES— GENOA.
Irene Apr. 38, 11 A. M. | Irene June 3. 11A.M.
•\V.- :..— . May «5. 11 A. v ; Albert June 17. i: A M.
Albert.. May 13. 11 A '. iK. Luise. . .June U4. 11 A. M.
K. Luise..May 20. 11 A. M. I.er.e July S, 11A.M.
•Geno* cnly.
From Bremen Piers. 3d an.! 4th S:«.. Hohokev
OELRH us & CO. No. 5 Broadway, N. v
Louis H. Meyer. 45 South Third St.. PhUa.
BEFORE GOING ABROAD CONSULT THE
EUROPEAN ADVERTISEMENTS THAT AP
PEAR REGULARLY IN THE TRIBUNE ON
SUNDAYS. WEDNESDAYS AND SATUR
DAYS.
©[LCD GD(DISQK3O©RQ D=CK][E n
DAILY SERVICE.
For Old Point Comfort. Norfolk. Portsmouth, Pinners
Point and Newport News, Va.. rrwinwllne ; r Pteteriburs,
Richmond. Virginia teach. Washington. D. C, anJ entire
South and West.
Freight an 1 passenger steamers sail from Pier 36.
N. R.. f.'ot Beach St.. every week day at 3 p. M.
H. B WALKER, Vice-President and Traffic Manager.
BEFORE GOING ABROAD CONSULT THE
EUROPEAN ADVERTISEMENTS THAT AP
PEAR REGULARLY IN THE TRIBUNE ON
BUN DAYS. WEDNESDAYS AND SATUR
DAYS.
[FCSDO 0 DPcpiplia) ffiSQOBCiDn
Steamships uf th« Rt.U "D" LINK will Mil for s*a
Juan direct, a* follows:
t5. S. CARACAS Saturday. April 12). noon
8. 8. PHILADELPHIA Saturday. May 13. noon
Fur freight or passage apply to
BOi:LTOX. BLIHK ft DALLETr.
General Manasers. 02 Wall St.
HbLLAVD-AJiERiGA L^E.
NEW tORK- ROTTEUDAM. via BOULOGNE
Sailing Wednesdays at It) A. M.
Noordam Apr. .Rotterdam May 17
Etatendam May 3 Potc.-W;n May 24
Ryndam May W'So: May 31
lIOLLAND-AMEIUCA USE, a» BROADWAY. N. T.
BEFORE GOING AEROAD CONSULT THE
EUROPEAN ADVERTISEMENTS THAT AP
PEAR REGULARLY IN THE TRIBUNE ON
SUNDAYS. WEDNESDAYS AND SATUR
DAYS.
A M I C A N LI E.
r~ — CHKRCOI'RO- SOUTHAMPTON.
Failing Saturday. t>:3o A. M.. Pier 15. N. R.
Phllaileiphla Apr. JU New V rk May IS
St. Paul May «;St. Louis May 20
:>KL» STAR LINK.
*" ANTWERP- DOVER- LONDON— PARIS.
bailing baturlays. 10:30 A. M . Pier 14. N. R.
Kroonlani! Apr. 2a l Finland Mar 13
Zetland May «| Vj ierland May it)
\yilITE STAR LINM
NEW YORK— OWN — liIVERFOOL,
Sailing Wednesdays and Fridays. Tier IV .V R.
Baltlt: Apr. M. nori ; Oceanic. .Max 10. 6:2© A. 11.
Teutonic. ..May A. lv A. M.| ilajeatic. . .May 17, 10 A. M
Celtic M.) j, OA. M. CedrlC . May H>. a A M.
TH ° E MEDITERRANEAN A: ;, ES
FUOM NEW YORK.
CRBTIC Apr. IK».i K ». noon; June 8. Aug l»
ROMANIC J u'y 6. noun
FROM BOSTON.
CASOPIC May 13. ■'• P. M. : •' i; - 24. Aug. Z. Sept. la
ROMANIC Jur.e 3. 10:."U a. m. : Aug 19. Oct. 7
TRAVELERS CHECKS
ISSUED PAYABLE ALL OVER THE WORLD.
PABBF.NUI OFFICE, '.» BROADWAY.
Freight Office. Wiuieha.l Bldjf. Battery -are.
MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.
TICKETS. ALL CLASSES. TO
TEXAS. COUJHADCI IIEXJCO. CALIFORNIA, GEOR
GIA. FLOHiKA. ALABAMA tCltie^-t,alvt»ton.
K«y West Mobile Ja.-ksonvll>. *< ).
LOW CALIFORNIA TICKETS NOW ON dALE.
booklet •'Pocket O.ii.te" FREE,
C. H. MALLORY i. CO.. 12» Front St.. N. T.
MGBKKIDGB (LQG3Ia
GLASGOW VIA LONDONDERRY.
Furnessia..Apr. 29. 3 P. M.|A«torta May 13. 2 p. jf.
Cai-Joni*...May •;, 1* A. M. Columbia. . -May A, n» A . M
■/awn $50. .-j«.onl Cabin *35. Tblrd Clasa «27
And Upbraids according to accommodation and steamship.
For Tour* anJ Information apply _to
HENr-ER-SQN BROTHER 3. 17 and » Sro*4«ax.
To Let for Business Purpose*.
Brooklyn Property for Sale.
CHOICE FLATBUSH LOTS $225
upward. Closing estate; ■ .teru.g prices; near Pros
pect Park; 5 car lines; unheard of prices: undersellisir
everybody. Small monthly mmrti If d*«tre<l. Call
promptly. EDWARDS. SHS Flatbusih- Open Sundays.
FOl'B 4 story sim: fiats. Rents $1,932 Price |l«.5OO.
WM. BACHKACH. 1* Court St.
/t*tfl/ Estate.
MOUTCU.E LOANS.
QUICK RESVLI^. LOW RATES.
JOS. 8. MEAD,
16 Court St.. Urooklyn.
Unfurnished Apartments to Let.
HANDSOME APARTMENT of 3 rooms and bath
every improveir.rnt. 15" 161 East 31at~*t.
Furnished Houses to Let — Country.
BERKSHIRE HILLS. PITTSFIELD. MASS.
Furr.isned house to let lor summer months. 12 rooms.
all modern improvKineut^; spacious «rt)u.,ia. stable; oppo—
site Maple wood Hotel. A.ld. L s» 2.1 Linden St-
Citation*.
rvilE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW-
York, by the grace of UoJ free and Independent, to
r.ry - 11. Whitman. Individually aad aa executor. Ac;
Elizabeth C. Fair • ;:>. as executrix. &c of Patrick Far
relly, deceased; lit. Rev. John M. Farley. Archbishop of
the Catholic Church: Margaret B. Jackson. Ann L. Faclc
enthal. Mary C Aahe. Patriclc J. Collins. Ann Collins.
Francis Da Sales Henwood, Fiances H-nwool, tiler.
Hcnwccd. Robert S. Barrow. Aleck Clark. W. A. Lam
bert. Imperial Bank of Canada and St. Agnes Sanitarium.
ser.'i Greeting: You and each of yon are hereby cited
and required peraunaUy to bo and appear before our Sur
rogate of the County of New York, at the Surrogate"*
Court of said County, held at the County Court Hou«e In
the City of Net York, on tr.e ISth ilay of May. l'.<".\ at
half past ten o'clock la the foreMoa of that day. then
ana there to atteiij the judicial settlement of the account
of Kidicd A. Carl< i . a» one of the executors ami testa
mentarj trustees of the last will and testament of Ellen C.
Whitman. uYcea^td. •■: I to show cause why a decree
shculd not be marte rev. kln»; his letters testamentary and
discharging him accordingly, and allowing him to resign
his trust and discharging him accordingly, an.l such of you
as are herety cited, as are under the age of twenty-one.
yeais, are requited to appear by your guardian. If you
have one, oi If you have none, to appear an.l apply for one
to be appointed, or in the event of your neglect or failure
to do so. a guardian will be appointed by the Surrogate
to represent and act fur you in the proceeding.
In TESTIMONY WHEHEOF, We have caused the Seal
of the Surrogate' 3 Court of the said County ■■;
(L. S.> New York to be hereunto affixed. Witness, Hon.
FRANK T. FITZGERALD, a Surrogate of our
said County, at th» County of New York, the Uth Jay
of March. In the year of our Lord one thousand nine
huri!rf'i and five.
JAMES A. DONNELLT. Clerk of Surrogates' Court.
DEBUN, SARAH M.— THE PEOPLE OF
the State of New-York, by the grace of God free and
Independent, to Aavea Q Trunkey. Franklin. Pa.; Mrs.
Julia Barnard, ElyrU. Ohio: Anne Garvln. Oberlln. Onlo;
Mrs. Catherine li.srrsoll. Cleveland. Ohio; David VTUnot
'larvln. St. Louis. Mo.; Thomas Felch. Phoebus. Va.:
Fred A. Smith. 317 East Superior Street. Chicago. li: :
Horace Smith. Ma-«oir.ania. Wia. : We'.tha A. Teller. Den
ver. Colo : William M. <t:'lw i; Marietta. Ohio: Henry
O. Stillwell. Warren, Pa . : Sarah A. Batty. Sheffield. 111.;
Marsarfct F. .'aum, l)ni.larg<-. Okla. ; George -V. Lock
wo-id. Dcs M< lnea. Iowa: Charles ' ' kw>".|. Columbus.
Ohl.>: Catherine L. McNall. 2,223 Cottage Aye.. TV»
Moire?. Iowa: Peter F. Lochwood, Bu<ta. !'t. . Michael D.
Kltterman. Tlsklllna. 111.: Irrtn L. Kitterman. TisktUna
III.; Belle Blum, Tiskt'lna. 111.; Jane B. Van Sant. Phila
delphia. Pa.; Lucy StlUwei:. ; David W:lmot Garvin.
care of Soldiers' Home. Dayton. Ohio, pe-.a greetiPc:
You an.i pii'h nf you are hereby cited in. required ier
sonally t'i be an<l appear befTre our Surr-.gare nt th»
County of New York, at the Surrogate's Court of said
County. h*M at the County Court Houce. In the Cttj of
New York, on the 12th ilay of May. 100 S. at half-past
ten o'clock in th« forenoon of that day. thf»n an.l ther*
to show cause why t^e deer?* admitting the last Will and
Ti-s.nmcnt of Sarah M Berlin, deceased. t> pi>»bat» in
the SurroirnTe's Court. ' -■*- York County, en or abou£
March 22n>1. 1004. should not he revoked. »mj why the
petitioners should not have such further or other relief
as to the Court may seem proper: and such of you an are
hereby cited, as are under the age of twenty-one year*.
are require.l to arrenr by war ruanltan. If you have
in*, or if you have r. i;e. to appear ami apply for . -.•■ ta
be appointed, or in the «vent of your neglect or failure
to dr> co. a cuar-lian will be appointed 1 by the Surrogate
to represent and act for you in the proceeding. In tes
timony whereof, We have canned the Seal of the Surro
gate's Court of the said County of New York to be here
onto affixed.
Witness. Hon. FRANK T. FITZGETSALn. a Surrogate
of our said County, at the County of New Tvk. the 17ta
day of March. In the year of our Lord one thousand nine
hundred and five.
JAMC A. PONVF.LLY.
[L. S.I Clerk of the Surrogate* 1 Court.
«S* Drop in and Look Them (her. *SM
Apply io XEW-YORK TRIBUNE Business Offici
To Let for Business Purposes,
Have yon been through it?
Now
Ready
For
Occupancy
Lumine this building before
renewing your present lease.
To Let for Business Purpose*.
3rd Floor
Metropolitan Realty Bldg.
BROOKLYN BRIDGE. WILLIAM ANT) ROSE S.i
BL'ILDINO OCCUPIED BY PRINTERS AND
KINDRED TRADESMEN.
POWER ELEVATORS. &c. DAY & NIGHT.
El'U.M> * imiM CO.. AGO r.
5 BF.F.KMAN ST
City Property for Sale.
WEST END AY. CORNER,
In Nineties; up to date Residence; former pric* IWOCO;
bouse too largo for owner: will tak« J42.00© far tame;
rare bargain.
532,500
buys modem five story American basement Pwe'.'.Trr. In
li»>'s; new house; tins Reishborhood: »lz». 20xl00t.
IN BO'S,
near Mit st. I." and convenient to subway; four atory.
at'xtJT.xl-Hj Dr/e!llr.e; ail uaprovecients; - iio».
F. R. WOOD & CO.,
Broadway an.i »Oth ft.
Country Property for Sale.
BAYSHORE. LONG ISLAND.
FOti SALEv
Beautiful cottage on Owtm Aye.. near Main St.: 13
rooms, fully furnished: largti grounds. . i4| feet; fir.e
stable, alx stalls, three box stalls; on quleit cash aa>.e.
f 12.500.
JES«E C BENNETT * CO..
2.2.'0 Ur« adway. center Slst St
FOR S» VE.%K<« m RUE hold
COUNTRY PROPERTY ONLY.
laming free >o 1u1.n.- ..ijpj buyers:
Ownara. sumr.i i:« >eil. cml or writ*:
r>»Hp» * U»IU. UVI tri>»an» Bitil.itae. X w
ri7/y Hotels.
HOTEL GRENOBLE.
56th St. & 7th Aye.
OPPOSITE CARNECIE HALL*
NEW YORK.
•ELECT FAMILY AND TRANSIENT HOTEL.
European Flan. Bate* ReMoaahlsi.
FRANK N. LORD. JR.. Manner.
Also Proprietor DL'TCHER HUL'SE.
i'laiins. New York. op«n Hay i 3.
Books and Publications.
WTO CATP * FEW 9ET9 OF -AMERICA* »CC
tun save. Basra, MEN." in two taoji voi
onea. with portraits, cover* slightly soiled, but In ex
cellent condition: original prlc* S2D; to d:.ipos« of. quickly
will put the pr!c» at »li) per set. A Ureas HI M.S. Si»-
Tork TrliHin*
The Tribune
Uptown Office
is now located at
1,364 Broadway
Between 36th and 37th Sts.
Few
OFFICES
CHOICE
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