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BROKERS' FIRM IIOVES.
Xame Taken from Office of John W. .. l Co. The br<4kerare coneern of John W. Rltchle ft Co., the sor.ior pnrtncr n whieh. who was formerly a member of the firm ?f Yaies & Rltohie. was ex Velled from tho .m k Kxchange ??*veral months Scpo, move.l late yesterday from its offioes _B the Ufmwmrmr Rajik IttariMrng raliBB at the offlce ln the mMdlo of the* afternoon were told that Mr. Rltchle had cime te. th. elny. and that hts partner Asko.l for the nutti.' of the I-artner. tbe woman steiiojrrapher answercn: "I am r.ot authorize.i t. __*__*?_ it.'" I_*te in the aitirii....n it wa* noticed that the flrm nam- on all a_ the sl* doors leading to the taTTlcee had h..n taken off the* plaM The regular rntrano. ri - I. BB-I visitors found tbat t____ga w.re beir.j. P'_ak4.I up as 1f movlng. The> .-. in.ii to say anything -bout the ral Blfnr "f the _1IB-BI*B or the reasons for the flBBglniaraii ? H-Beaa from the matwm. The t ,.f t?,e ba-MtflS _______-?* 'h? report that RItcliif. was movlng. ?HiTcbie ft Oa are going out. but I know noth m tbur imin- for K"ing." he said. Their .-',?. as 1 have beea informed hy them. I in tbe Lm.-oln Trust Building. MoTigomery ,; Trlbune reporter called at Mr. Rltohie's bouMl So. l \Vo.4i lflTth-aL. laat _!_*_. to taoulra door araa siammeu la ? r's fai e. . . . .__ ___,_ In June. 1804. tho telephoaes ot clev.n brokcrage flrm. . . Yatos. Ritohie & Pope. ln whPh I ' . \>. .-_* .. partner. arere sutamanij -.1 from the floor of the Stock Exchange by -ommlt.ee of anra*n_r_aa_it*. Oa Oeto ? I from the flrm. whi -h -. Rltchle. 4*n Ki-oember am membe-rshln tn the ..niust an.I lnequltable prin fraud la the nianage-ment of *"'!? ' . i., There has heen a sharp upward movement ln _ the last fear days, and it has been re ? Imptxtbabte thap a* gotnetll sii.-h s n-airket. some flrms XO SUGAR RATE PEACE Gulf Roads Stubbornly Fight for Motiopoly. IPT TEl.E.JKAlli B<0 THE IBIBBIBBB-I KlaCBBB F-__S N- t . Aug n.-At a meetlng of ?in? the Eastern and Wcst ,ru ,, T was nnnounc-'l that tr - was no nearer a settlemer.i .hsu ,, a.bled. The C.ulf roals ? rnaials, to whi.-b The exact nature ,,f ,h, . , rn. .1. hut lt is be? lieve.! that - wish to monopolize the en1 'ssouri River ter ,,,rv g p ae--president nf the I.aiKa ,i the meettnc- The next mt-etlng . beld n Kesr-TaHi aa August 23. LOCKED UXDER HATCHES. Passcngers on Graf Waldersee Have Thrilling Time During Big Storm. '...Mer.ec of the Hambtirg -vived in port yesterday two days h ivin.-- encouten-ci the record hlng storm <.f _m r r.ireer. which began on August 2. ? dajra oat from Hamburg, was used 10 qulet the > i vi rybodj aboard wa?. seasiok. aad ?i_.- saffe-re.l greatly from lr. yOT T rl the statemom doors .i re lock'-.i, aad the hatches leading to the stee-r a.eat w.-r. : .wn. Thla act of :i:ade the* i>assengers realUe that the BtaraB was aaoBaa-l) aeaare, and they kei't within ra said yesterday: "I knew lt ? was raginR. but I was ? n I saw the gbtp'a ofhoers taking such unusual precautions " The trst __o*f struck tbe lm.-r early in the morn inp of A -i-ast . The ^..le kontinueci la for.-e. and : lato a burricaiM that threatened ? b remalne_ oa the bridge for thlrty ?>? fll.er cm board refused to r'.ee-p oa 'ieck tningled among the ? Iny t:.e in of aafety. A ra;ad successioti of araves that curl-sd hlgh otaat tc : fi-ll with thundering fur.-e on the forward hatrhaa alarmed the steerage passengers s riot. When the atorm was at its ai midnight on August 2 a child was born tc; I h. B .-i.erage passenger. R. A. FIGHT IX JERSEY. Inereased Rates Dentninced Council. by N'.-.c Brui swK'k. N. J . Aug. 11 (Pperialp?Tho . a il of the Royal Arcanum of the ? oooveoed here in special at Columbia Hall, this R_or___-B to dis ?ora-tea raies and to sub report, to be adapBed at the cksn of the .:..?? (???iiii'-il, which will meeri Aa-fB-Bi Tb. Crraod Co ? I tu-riight to direct Its a of the Su I vote for the- r.j.eal ..f ? w bb h are tu pn Into fifty resolutl.ins were ifl from the different all reCerred to a commlttee ? n. wbn reports shurtly :i by the Grand ?11. The- maj...'ip\ report was k..pr.i-d by fiv.- nsecBbers Doaapr_sed a preambte ;. .js.. ,,f H.iboken. sittin?4 lorth "f the lasurasu ? og that the Grand Couadl work 'l bis preambie was coatradlc torr Ib the- li u; wi111 it : : mlutlons w..k iiiat offered by H..y i:at "il is th.- sense <if t li. Grand 4 i b_g tbe n.-w ? .> io. tbe Bupretn* Councll, - \\f-t. tb.ise- offered by I Tba- flrst ? - -? tai Ives tn i be ??I work and rote t'.r the repeal a table of i . by l I.i - , ~t Ma., The tliai all tb-- members hold .ifllelal merarx i ahip . . ' y \ ..ii ?? an.I vote su|)|*ort the post The third ? ii,i- ''i.iiia-ii to iiffer ur r the- prlvllege of the a tu any properly ? aa.4 oiher I Pand ? f Trcnton, presented one ot poxtponemeat t in 4 i<-i,,i?r untll some Tb* iiih.-r mlnority by Io P ...1 thfl u 'i.'ii taken hy the w.is tak. n : report araa brought ui (ur tlie ihe motion sras \..t..i down by I 'o *, ? ,.irt wns then adopted. ' * . ? ?>;..-? 1- .-. for : be i,ew rate ?'?"! t.\ the Grand ?'our... ? d v. itiii.i.t taking any such SNAKE CENSUS LARGELY INCREASED. Hundreds of Welcomc Little Strangers at Bronx Zoclogical Park. ' .'? ?>' th* snakes ri Tt.- n-aab . n.-uiiraged <.v<-r tl.e 'Ins soinmer. H. psid v.-- the htat thtrty-aix hours i?.i i;undn? hatchad ai ? ? | OOd die-d f tht w. si. rn rfbbaa I Tl.e y were ,,f three ?. ? . ? i ite mother. .I..- lat. m ? ' Kuii'i snakea, u ribtmn snnk4 + . -?; wat- r niak-s and 73 rattl, . ... .d Whilc- tl.e snake .-..Il.-rtion at the Bronx Park ia alrrady w.:i st ?_ra_aa is unaiou_ u? _dd ti.it ?-_? CONGRESS MEETS AT GUAYAQUIL. Guayaqull. Aug. 11 Cut-_*fW BBBa i" Cgy. Jo.-k* L-ls Tan- i'.-.-l.ii-nt ..f the Wt* I ' .at tb* . i l'i.,l.il,:- OaBHBBa-a _>i____z io u Arcb__*b--J ot Muiiv. HARDSHIPS IN ARCTIC. Detail* of Ziegler E,cpedition's Voy age and the Party S Rescue. TlimiaCIa Aug. IL?The relief steamer Terra Nova. which. as announced yesterday. reaoued Anthony Fiala and the other members of the Ziegler polar expedition. arrived here to-day. The Terra Nova satled from Tromsoe on June U laat, Btaarad direct for the ioe fieids. which weje met ..n June 19 in latitude 7S dfrgraaa *>7 mln uta|s north. longitude 30 degrces 2f> minutes east. Tho ship steamed eastward along the edge o_ the fleld until June 27. when she began to force her way through tho floe, and on July 25 struck open wat^r Thick Ice was again encountered the follow? ing day. and William S Champ. who 008B manded the relief expedition. and tho experi? enced navigators wlth liim began to doubt the poaatbttttjr" of reaching their destinatlon or of roturning this year. Finally. however, on the morning of July 28. Palml Island was slghted, aml "ii July 2'.' the Terra Nova rea-ched Cape Dillon, and found six members of the expedi? tion. Froin this Otttpoot sleds were dispatched io inforra Mr Fiala, at the headquarters camp. of the arrival of the rescue ship. The Terra Nova reached Cape Flora on July 30 and found more members of the expedition. Theac had becooM araakenad by hardshtps. and aorna 0_ tliem were so 111 that they could not have llved through another winter. Returning to Cape Dill'.n. Mr. Champ organ? ized a sled party and started for the head? quarters camp. from whlch he brought back Mr. Fiala and his coinrades. The Terra Nova salled for home on August 1. She got out of the ioe pack on August 6. and returned in excellent condition. The members of the Ziegler expedition tell a stirring story of their efforts to reach the pole. Tha expedition Bpetlt tho flrat winter ln Teplltr Hay, wh- re it deposited flfty tons of provisions and a hundred tons of coal. In the severe weather of November. 1908, the America broke up, and the provisions and coal were lost. Part of the wreckage rernained until January 22, 19U4. when it disappeared ln a Btonn. The loss of the provisions was seriously felt, and had it not been for the stores left by the Baldwln-Ziegler expedition in Teplitz Bay, the men would have been in bad straits. In the following spring continued attempts were made to for.-e a pasaage tu the pole. The conditions. however. were insurmountahle. The expedition found much open water. and day after day enoount-red freab dangers an.i difficulttes. The supply of provisions began to give out, and a painful journey southward was begun. the members of the expediti<-n tinally reaching the depots at Cape Flora. ("ape DUlon and Camp Ziegler. am.'ng which they were distributed, and where they managed t?. eko ""t the limited sup pttaa by killing walruses and beara WllUan J- Peters, "f the I'liited States Cn'O logical Survey. who was second in command. and others, utllized the time in survey work. and many additions to existlng maps and charts will be the outcome. The relations be tween all tne members <>f the expedition were most cordial. AU did the hard work willingly. buoyed up by the knowledge that ships would 1?- sent to their rescue. All were hopeful until the fall of 1904, when the solid ice fleld. stretching ln every dlrection, seemed to preclude the poaaibUlty of help reach? ing them. and they became deapondent. The leaders ?.r the expedition had ii.nsiderable dtf fiVulty in keeping up the spirits ..f the men through the hard winter months. but hope re? turned in the spring. when the ice conditlons became more fAvorable. -e BRITISH DISTILLERIES INSPECTED. Mr. Wiley Tells of Adulterations Permitted in Whiskey for Export. London. Aug. 11.?Harvey W. Wiley. chief nf the Bureau of Chemistry in the United States Agrlcultural Department, returned to-day to London, after a six weeks' trip of inspection of the dlstllleries of Seotland and Ireland, by or? der of the Agricultural nepartment. Mr. Wiley said thls evening that he had re? ceived every facility both ft"iii the British gov? ernment and the distilicries. He said that he found the conditions of manufacture excellent, and t.y far the greater part of the whlskies ex ported to America <if splendld quality. While. there is thorough government control over whls? kies manufaetiii. d in (.Ir.-at Britain. the blend ing of any ingredients is permitted in whlskies intended for export. Whiskies enterlng the T'nited States. said Mr Wiley, are BUhmltted .?nly to the alcoholio teat, which does not ex ,-lude cheap adulterations. What ijuantlty of impure whiskey ls shlpped to America annually Professor Wiley is unable tu ascertain. H?- said that the greatest evil, however. in America was not Import. d whlskies but those manufactured and mlxed in the United States. which only the enactment of a ! tli'iniugh interstate commerce law could rem ! edy. Mr. Wiley will go to the Continent to Inapect ' Th<* wine industties of Germany and France. 1 He will be a. paooengar on the Cainpania, whlch j sails for th>- United States on September 9. MANY BREAD RIOTS IN SPAIN. : Thousands of Laborers Loot Estates?Au? thorities Powerless. Madrid. Aug 11.- The altuatlon ln the prov ..i-isin*. from the semi-starvin--; condition ! of many farniiiig coinmunities is becoming j alannlng. DispaTch.-.s froin llalaga report that : :;.(H*4i taboren are overrunnlng that district and ! threatenlng prlvate property. In th.- communes i of Junguera, Alozaina and Pizara the authori I lies ar,- powerlesa to cape wlth the rlotera, l"he agricultural populatlon around Cadia la iiiieasirigly turbulent, and begglng is the only ? uf llvellhood In the provlnce ot Seville, : RefMrta have been received o? aerioua outbreaka ln Oauna and Carmona, where 4.<mhi laborera at? tached the farms and carrtod off cattle. CANADIANS REFUSE LICENSE. Will Give _fone to Vessel Which Obtained Certificate from Americans. OgdenO-Org. N. Y., Aug. 11.?Canadian steam? boat tnopectora have r-.-fiis.-d t., grant a lieenae t?. the excuralon ateamer New-Tork, to which, aftasr aa -xan-ina-tion, a certlfltsate bad i.ri granted by the LTnlted Statea Bteamboat ln Hpei Tors. Thls i.s said t., be a vi'iliiti-in of un inierna tiunu! agr-em-*nt that .-. rtliicates lssued by the Inapeetora <-i one country ahould be recognlaed by those uf Jm other. The unaatlon has been l.-rought to the attasntlon <.f the Domlnlon Min? iater "f Marine. SENOR O'FARRILL LOSES CASE. Governor Nunez Upheld in Removal of Mayor of Havana. Havana. Aug. 11.? The Bupreme Court to-day '? denled the appeal "f Juan (.'Farril! that <;..\ I erhor Nuf..z octed Ulegatly ln removing hlm i froin the Mayoralty of Havana. I*-?? 8ENATE MAY VOTE ON RICE BILL. Havana. Aug. ii as a result ?,f rootarencea i wim li garftor de Qoeooda, tha Cuban Miniater, ius tb tbe Btate Department ;.r sVoohington, ond repreoentationa _ Ich ta. Ametlcan Miniater, Her** l..:t <I S.(iii.i-. haa made *<- the government, tbere la renewed intereai ln tl,. Rtee t,in, and lt ls now ? probable that tbe _?-nat.- will obtatn a nuuruin next i aetk and vote ou th. iiiea-urc MBS. EDOY liUYS LAND. Tract Worth $700,000 Sold to Her Near Boston, IBT TEI.T5C.RArH TO THE TRIRI'NE I Brookllne, Mass.. Aug. 11?Mrs. Mary Baker Eddy. head of the Chrlstian Sclence Church. has Juat bought a tract of land here, valued at nearly |T00,-OO, containing nearly four aeres. overlooklng the Brookllne and Chestnut Hill reservolrs and the Beacon-st. Boulevard. It is generally belleved that the purchase has been made by her slmply as a representatlve of the society and entlrey for church purposes. It is said that she Intends to build on the slte a grand Chrlstian Sclence sanatorium, but Alfred Fnrlow, spokesman for Mrs. Eddy in Boston. says he does not know why the land was bought. It ls also aald that on one partlcularly sightly apot of the tract Mrs. Kddy will build for her? self a home. where she will live at least a por tion of the time, that she may be near the mother church. RARE COINS STOLEN. Pennsylvania Mason Loses Collcc tion IIc Refused to Sell. [BT TEI.E.'RAIMl TO THK TRIBl'NE.l Allentown, Penn., Aug. 11.?Frank B. Smith, a hard-worklng stone mason. Bevaraty ;.e.irs old, well known here a.s a eolleetor of Colonial colns, was robbed at noon to-day of seventy-three of his choicest specimens. Beveral days ago . young man who knew much about coins. and who said he was William H. Smith, ol New-Tork, called on the old man and offered him 8.01. for his collectlon. Since he had spent $3,000 and thirty-flve y?ars of study and labor in getting lt together. he decllned the offer. While the old mason was at work to-day his wlf. left home to go to a grocery. As she returned home three strangers ran from tbe house. The coins were gone. but nothing clse was stoien. The sunwif $200 ln"the"*same .lrawer was left untouched. MALTREATS SMALL GIRL. Fiend Gives Her Strong Intom cants - Makes Her Insensible. Joseph Shey, of No. US Shelhy-ss.. I .rooklyn. came to tho -"Adams-st. atatlon list nlicht. and sriid tbat his seven-veru-ald daughter Julia had been kidnapped. Tle accus.-d Jamea Duffy. fonner ly oiifcrineer of the Columbia Theatre. of taking the child. Tln> police sent ,,ut a general alarm. Shey went home threatening vengeance agalnst Duffy. Soon nfterward a neigbbor broughl the child home, and said that be had found her uncon Odoua ln the gutter al Johnaen and Adams sts. When Shey saw The child. Ii<* at once starred our to flnd Duffy. He found him at Johnoon and I'earl sts , and began tu pummel him. A patrolmon ln terfered, but when Bhey told why be was doing ii ihe officer took Duffy to the station. Duffy was dlacharged. An ambulancn aurceon wh" all'-nded Julia said rhar she had not only ha.l beer, but that whlokey bad been given tu her, and that she had been mal treated. As aoon oa th.- police heard thls, they ?ent "tit a general alarm for Duffy. A NOTED MURDER TRIAL ENDED. Five Persons Sentenced. to Long Terms for Killing Count Bon-Martjni. Turln. Aug. 11.?-The jury to-day found flve persons accused of the murder of Count Bon Martinl guilty. wlth extenuating clrcumstancea Tullio Murri, the victtm's brother-in-law, and Dr. Naldi, an accompllce, were each aentenced to thirty years ln Bolttary conflnement Countesa Theo rii Linda Bon-Martlni. wife of ihe count. and Dr. Secchl, ber lover, were sentenced to ten years" Impriaorunent, and Rosa Bonneti, her maid, t., seven and a half yeara. The case datea back to ltO_. lt exclted intense Interest through? out Italy, owlng to politieal Intrigueo. Over one hundred lawyera were engaged ln the trial. BURGLAR WITH A C0NSCIENCE. Returns Stoien Cigars and Pays for Those Already Smoked. [BT IBIiBMIBII II TO TIIE TRIIH'N'K 1 Nyack, N. T., Aug. 11.?Stephen Winana, pro prietor of Fort Comfort. a pleasure resort at Piermont, is convlnced to-day that burglars BOmetimea have eons.'iences. A few tvreks ago aomebody brnkc into the fort and atole aeveral boxes of ctgars, a lot of camlies and "ther things of amall value. Mr. Winana has Just re ceived by Wella-Fargo expreaa most of the l>oxes of clgars which were Btolen, and with them came a ?lo bauknote to pay for tbooe that were smoked. Tm- money murc than paid for the loss, and Mr. Wlnans says be would gladly pay the money to know who the fellow is and to ahake hbrn by the hand. Mr. Winana thinks the burglar must have had an extraordtnary twinge of conscience. NEARLY KILLED IN BEING RESCTJED. Young Woman Carried Out to Sea?Lifeboat Tipped Over by Bathers. IBT TELEdRATH TO THE THIBI'NE. ) Atlantic City. N. J., Aug. 11. -Ona of the most dating awimmlng feats ever attempted in this city was un.lertaken to-day by Miss Carrie Nix'ui. of Wheellng, W. Va., who. in a sea thai was unusually rough and running very high, started tu BWim around the steel pi.-r She reached the end of the pier and was caught In ihe strong current that staits irom there out tu s.-a. She waa soon lost to sight by her frienda on shore. Tln* guardo, guidtrd by those on the pier, managed to reach Mi^s Nixon before slu went down. When the boat reached the first line of breakera hundreds of overxealoua bathera grabbed it and trried to drag it ashore. Tho? got in each other's way and the light craft was upai t by a big wave. Both Miss Nixon and the guardo ware thrown lnto the water and Misa Kixon was hit on ihe back of tbe head by a heavy uar. She became unconscious and was b.-iiig awept away by the undertOW when one "f the guarde caught sight of her and, hy a bursi of sp'*f?i, caniaj up wltn her alnking form. After being .reateirby a beach rrargeon Miss Nixon s. ..ii revlved, She deelared she felt no ill effecta save a llttle paln from the lump on her head raised by ihe blow from tlie oar. MAY ENJ0IN MISS KATIE BARRY. Shuberts Want Her Restrained from Singing "Fantana*" Songs in Vaudeville. It was announced yeaterdaj r_ar the* Shuberts would apply for an Inji'iiction restralninir Miss Katie Barry from slnging any of the songs of "Fantana"' or "A Chlneoa Honeymoon" in vaude vill.-. Miss Harry ha* i.-ft tbe Siiul,*-rts" einpluy to gn upon the vaudeville stage LARGE PARTY AT KENARDIN L0DGE. Many Well Known Persons Guests of Mrs. J. S. Kennedy at Bar Harbor. |BY TKl.Ei'RAPIl TO THK IRIBINK.I Bar Harbor, Mo.. _ug n at Kenardln Laodge this afternoon Mr and Mrs. .1. s. K'-nnedy. of New-York. gave a garden party. attended by one of the larg. st gatheriiigs uf the season. Among the gueota wer.* Vlco-Proaldenl and Mrs. Falrbanke, Qenoral E-evace Pbrter, Morrla K Jesup George w Vanderbllt, General an.i Mra. Mun i-ll.iMr and Mrs D C Blalr, Mr and Mrs. Dave Hennen Morris. <'uurit an,l Counteaa I.an gi.r Vlllara, Rlpley WhKtler and Mr and Mrs. Charlea Dana Glboon. e CONFERENCE MAY BE HELD AT CADIZ. M.idrid. Aug. 12 Th< "Heraldo' s.iys thai ilir* lnr, i n.iiioiial eonfarea.-aii.,1 i.y tha Buitan "f Morooea will tak? place la Dooember, probably at [BROADWAY LANDMARK LEASED STRUCTURE AT TIIE XORTHWEST CORXER OF PARK PLACE A *r>30,oon TRAXSACTIOX. Upper Park-ave. Corner Plot Changes Hands Sale of a CmOtCS *td-st. House. The General Society of Mechanics aad Trades mon, of this ciiy. has leuse.l to the UaK*d ' Igar Stores Company No. 239 Broadway, being th.- north west corner of Park Pl.ice. for t-.ve-nty-one years from May 1 aaat The yearly r.-ntal artfl be $30.4X10 aad the. total rent.il for the term J-j-O.tXXI. Tbe Mlshkind-l-Vlnberg Realty Company has bought Nos. M and 78 East 104th-st.. southwest corner of Park-ave. The- parcel ls two three atory dw.-lllng hous.-s. on a plot 32xWo.ll feet. Douglas Robinson. Charles S. Brown & i'o. have sold for H. 1_ I>ye- to B client of tTothingham 4 Moore No. K> Baat S24PSP. a four rtory hlgh stoop brown-tonc dwelllng bOOBB, on B lot _0xh>2 - BB*-. ADDS TO HIS WEST SIDE HOLDINGS. Kug.no Vallens has bought fn.m May E. Wood No. 322 West 10L?t-st.. a flve story American base rnei.t dw.-Iling house. or. a lot 17xl()0Tl feet. H***" centlv bought the similar parce-I. No. 3_">. througn tln- MrV!ek'ir-4*,aillar(l Realty Compan}. -???-?? FOR ST. PAUL'S PLACE PARCEL, $35,000. Venette F. Pelletre-aii & Co. hav sold the north weal cornei of W.'shington-ave. and St. Paul's 1'bice for ll.-rt.-r & Schnc l.lcr for $3o,W>. _-? REALTY NOTES. Plans have been flled with the Hureau of Build? ings. Manhattan. for the enlnrgement of the home of Bor.nigh President Ahearn. at No. 29? East Bmadway. Two stories are to he added to the rear nf the building. making lt three- stories and basement throughout. The architects are Mlchael & Mitchell Bernsteln. TRANSACTIONS IN REALTY. Edward Brenen Is reported tu have sold No. 352 West l_th-st... a two story huilding. on lot 25x72.10 feet. William P. Rooney has sold for Ber<.-nice T. f-ingerman No. 438 West .-I.l-st , a flve story tene? ment house. on lot 2-xl"4t.5 feet. Hirschtie-ld & I .lebhof have bought Nos. 335 and 337 East ytli-st.. two flve story tenement houses. on Plot _B_-.-_Q.-1 feet. M. Pipi'ii'-r & Co. were tlfe brokers. Mandelbaiim & l_.wini' bave bought from Mrs. Lena Attmyer N" KR Kast MBth-at., a .Iw-.-lling houae, on lot D>.8x80 feet; also sold to Harry Wit tenberg No. 351 Bast wcth-st.. a flve story flat i.n l"t 26x100.11 feet. Huberth -ft Qabcl ha*M sold for Ltoette Se-nk the tiv- story tenement house No. 371 Eust Sth-st.. on lot __X98.11 feet. Arnol.l & Byrne hav.- sold for Jacob t . Kt_.-lin, to Mi.rns P. Joa hirn No 444 Central Park Weat, i tiv. L-tory flathouse, on l"t 27x100 fe-et. Relter, Newman & Bfosauer baac sold for Jacob Freedman to Joseph Laubet No, 3.961 ..d-ave.. a tiv- story flathouse on lot -dx'.*. r'c-t. Arnoid _.- Byrne hav.- sold for i.eorge he-hor No 1.0.0 U'.'StI'h.-sti-r-ave.. I n.-w flve story flat? house' nn plot _0xl2- T SImons a. Maersfelder have sold the southwest corner of Monroe-aTe. and IWth-Bl , a plot 96.9x9<> f.-.t ..a whicb 11 a three story dwelllng house. Winifred T Johnes has sold to Jose..h Kiseher Nos 218 ind -'-"t Weat SOtb-at., two flre story ten enn-nt houaes nn plot .r44xl'?)ai fe.-t. Sidnev Flsber has aold t" Jacob U Llssner & Sons No l.T'T'T '.'.1 ave.. a fl\o story flathouse on lot 25x100 feet. P, Imnerato has sold to Mlke Marrone No. 2.24$ lst-ave., a three story frane huilding on a lot 35x36 feet. Arnoid A: Byrne liave- sold f'T Samuel \\ inters to l>r. A. H. Prbin No. 3.08- Bth-ave., n flve stor> triple flathouse oa lol 25.5x100 feet. William Frledman has sold t.> Max Kelder the flve story double flathouse NO. 15 East P.3th-st.. on lot 25x10- 11 feet. Charles Kleln has bought No. 43 West Ui6th-st.. a four story dwelling house on lot I6.10xti8.3 feet. Benjamln L. Levo holds tltle. Schlndler & Uebler hav.- sold for Henry Sdir-imm to Delia Werle No 42D Easl 123d-s1 , a three- story dwelllng house on lol lft_xl00.11 feet. P B SImons hns bought the private dwelling houae No. 115 W.-st 118th-st., on l"t 20x100.11 feet. o w J Bcbwenker la the owner of record. Marta N Andersoai has s.dii the southeast cornet of 3.1-av. . and !t_.tli-st.. a four story te-n.-ment hous. | oa lot 25.2x106 feet __ M I.e-vv & 4'o. have sold to H-nrls M Timbl" No. 181 Kast TOth-st.. a flve story tenement house on I lot 25x100.11 feel Joseph tionaer is the owner of ' record. __ __ ? Joseph J. Harris reports that Dr. E. K. Browr. ' has sold to Mlchael H. Whnlen No. 275 Eaat Broad ! way. a four stor4- brownstor.e single flathouse on lot 23x100 fe.t. David eirllis has sold for Haber. Pworkowltx & Haber t<> a cltont of Joseph J. Harris Nos. 88 and 9f> Catharlne-at., a six story building. wlth stores. on a lol 28x100 fe.-t. together with an alley a.l H Frankfort has sold for H. Oeh N"o MS Waat Tvlth-st. and fnr <;. Kble! No. 54*1 ff?l ."'th-st.. two three story bulldings on lot __x._M f**t. AUCTION SALES YESTERDAY. Hv .los.-j.h P Dav Walnut st. s s. B8 ft <? el Sth ave. runs s li*. il tt, to Townaend ave x n e 42.1Dx n 57.14X w 25 to beginning; racant; Man E Colrta aat Katherine Reaai 1 et al R E Farley, atty: I'uinton Corwhae, ref; aaal due, $l,O0O?_; taxaa, etc. $*W?: to j C Corbett for $_._-*; 38 t.. 42 4.">th st. a s, 4.?' ft e .f 8th ave. 80x100.-.; 12 st .ry hotel; Realty Mortgag. Co agl .orty tifih Btreet Co et al; Rtmpeon. W .* C attye .t Campbell Tbompeon, ref: amt due $39.103 3- tax.s. etc 83.000; sub t.. niort $3-0.0-0; to Claren.-e i> Joaea for $-88,881. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. 0 De Milt U4.-. n ?? a, lots U-i. and 101. map P?n fleld South Mount Vernon, lOOxlOO; Archlbald M Campbell lo Jfbn Elberlch. k. $U?> lllsi st Noa S_4 and 5*8 West, _&x_O.H; Qeorge Brown to Julius U Tobtaa; mortgage, *74*>.'?((>. .. loo Sl Ni.-h .la:- a.-- I W i-.Tii.r 113th *t. BftlsBlS 4C. iix'.2 ;i. John Blueatetia t" a w aanadara; mortgage. 8GS.OO0 . b)4( Bame property; a \v s..iih.i.t? to Jacofa Bhaa ateln; mortgage, $65.000. 1"" 82d al No 12*. West, 2"xio22. Anna K DanaM t l-a.ink K Johnsoa; uaortgaute, 83_.-*0. 1 17".tb M. No MS Eaat, ltall_-_09(1_0; Martha F Hltch-ock and another to Hannah Bernsteln. _.__* Wtth st. Noa 110 an.I 112 Weat, 44x100.Il-_*._a IOL2; Clts Real Estate 4'ompany lo Bylvestei 11 Maguire; mortgage. $_O.00tl. 1"?> ltHnk st, No Bft 44 s. Hr-\ ...it Real Eatate C.,m pany t.. "' s Robinson; mortgage. $l_,-00. Pai -t. N'.. ."11". a a. l'.".ii\ll.i. I.oiiis Fiank i.i Abraham Flacher; mortgage, .pu.mai. luo Dth-st, No '.'-4'> laist 2T.-X_-.11; Anthony H..rr ?liaii to Mlchael a HoSmann; mortgage, $33,900 luo Same property; Mlchael A M-.ffmann t.. Mary Hoffniann. mortgage. -522..">('('. l"il Delancej st. No 12. n s. 20x75.9; A lani SchaUer t.. Robert W De P-reet; mortgage, 121,000; re r.r_4< I. 1 Fulton are, No I.?"?"->. cv a. .t.ixIim); Mlrhaail A Ii.f.o et al to Jacob llarii.s; mortirage, 8-O.O-B. 1*0 21 :i4.. No l.Ktii. e B, 24 l!x7.".. iVlia QoMwate* :.. Arnol.l Adler ;cn.l anoth.-r; m..r-.|t.iKe. $18,900. 1 Wtlder av... ?? .s. 130 li n of Jcfferaon ave. lxliai. Land Companj A of Edenwal-1 to Wllllara Pitund I Wllder ave, e s hai fi n ot Jefferson au. r.lx Iimi Edenwak): William I'fland to Genevleve E Fltapatrlch and another; aaoa-taage, $3.T0O. 1 .. its 189 and ls7. bloch E map Mapea i Jaaeph P Reardon to Kunlguaala K.-ller. imi _:ii.tli at, s cv corner Proepecl Terrace, lOBxllt, Wakefield; the I'pper Iironx He.ilt'. Company to Auguata Schachtel; mortgaae, *>.s"ai. Imi St Nlchohas ave, 44 s. 20.10 ft n of ll'.nii st. 21( 4x so ,".x?_?.-.xar.. 1.; iicin;; Barhrach .-t al la Joseph I,:,11-1111. mortgage, $28.000.. 300 at, No 4'.'J. < a; Lron Wllner t.. cit4 ef N'^44 Vork . 24.2a.. I^.ts s72 and 880, i.a;. I-: K Wi'.hir.l. Woo.llawn li.K'.ts. Fralik H Colton, ref. ree t.. Leopold Hutter . 2.32-1 al !?.<?. a s |_G f| ? ef K'.4th at, :t7 (Tx li?i 1 ailae B Frieaa lo Marie "i Kuersl . 1 Taa. -i .4.-, cv s. 7." ft b . f l4iith at. 190x100; Jnaeph Huber, jr. t.. Mary K Uruitinan. t, an.l a. 1 If.ith st, s \v s, 135 ft n 4v of Waahlngton ave. old il'". lo.xioo Sarah \ Vaden ta Annle v Taylor; mortgage, $2.is:t. 8.88* Sasaa property; Annl. V Taylor i.. Ardella Rurn l.y; mortgas*. $2.(m)0 1 w. st End :.4e. n cc nauai caith at, r-ona n 200 lo t,. BTth st x 4v :iss>x s 2(iT>.7 a. Celt'i at \ ?> 356.3; Ihe Equltable Life Assuraar. S...letv of tha Crlted States to Rodnlfa Rodrlaroea 1 4*th Bt, II '-. -I.xi fl 44 of Int': :.ve. TSxlOOS Will lam w Astor te Joha T Hr.?.k: 1. aad a 1 77,1 a1 a B BB.8 ft .- of 2.1 ne.-, 27x'.h;x27.2\1)4',. llul !:. Aba-akana te Frank Prodlach; ati Witik 1 140th Bt, n s. ti.hi ft c- of St Ann s ave. _0o_86; NorthwesteT?1 ReaM) Company t. Plelschmann Realt.V c.mi.anv; niort-Tiue. SHih?i.. ]fl0 lo4tii st. No 77 B__at, 13.8x78; Bltaabeth M Devlaa t.. Max Ko.-hl.r inortsni-. aptmo . _ 118th Bt, n " 141 ft 4\ of Plea aaal ave lOxlco ln. Pranr/ea A Cawlae to ABtoaln ('.reK,,rio, mort KUKC $7..'l""4>. . 1 Waahlngton are, ? a -?? ft a ef rinthiraite Place: l.a.xt.-ai Jamea Morton lo Vletotice c Morton: mortgage. $8,000 ... \ 7i*.iti f I. Ne 518 Fa-t _Rxl0O_x_B 4__aS; fiadle !.._.., t,> i*r?uk l.t.-r mortgaae. T-n.ma. ,l)0 tj-i at. Noa 318 aad 318 Eaat ST.-xMatl: samuel I'omeran/. lo MorrU Bhldlovakl ha uusi. n_,rt gagr. $10,900 1 tSlai st \o ia Kast. _B__B li Piiitit. Roaenben to Annle Frank; mnrtgage $_-.4B8 1,,, 144ili -I s s 41k ft ? ,,r l,.n... ice IMaBB.ll; Sophle Ht-ffb-Ta "t '. lo li.i.li I'.-rlman and another: H part: anortaaae, $3T.H00 . luo v ?- :i sih and 8.838. - - BftxlOn Mare \ Franklln -tt Maa Mayer; mortgage, *4r..iHio r. r. .ot.le.l . .... . 100 $88 2 f" ^4 of UiiM.n Place _5i13?x_5xl_9.5 WUliam II Qodaoe t.. M CoHi.-ii. . i(-a> i ? T? ?. -?l(i tl ? of VleX.lll.l.-l H4.- 10x li 11. 1 Ih tn Joaeph .1 Snilth . IOO Park ave No i 1172 44 a, -OsTK; PatrlrB t>urr. te William Martla; ii:..itn.i_.. $.i.(?h>. undtvided Inti real 1 :*.l -t. \o ;tli to ip.i i.,,.t ".Tx'.i.'. I.. ?;. Fi.ii to M.i> Flaa; mortgage jii:',.ih?? Iimi 21-t at, No.- 244 ui.l 24.'. Kh-o 43x89 Max Weln 1 .ti.- .1 i.i to ipiiiaii Horwlta mortgage J-'l wa wa .1,4 ave, No 1 114T,, ., .. _-.n ii.,. Ernesi u. nl< man '?? Hattfc \ Baalth ino 14.Mli -1 a 1 58 rt a ..r Whtttork 44.- ?.?.".xt.-o, Nelllo Skarupa et al to Chariea Koenlg. ar. 100 MECHANICS LIEN3. 14h st N.. I ,,mu?l H L*n l?b*ra ?Bt _ Meyer Iraear. owner and . <>ntrat-t?r 8BO?B? Castle Hill av*. v. *, l.r, t?7. St Rayin >nA a I'ark. The Hrn.x. 2f.xlU?. t'hurch E Oate* 8 CB 88' John Harilinan. ..wner. Jo**ph Wolf and Fr*d - eri. k Campshlede. cintra'-tora 318 3 i'r.,t,nu av*. *j s. 1,8. ft n "f lS3d BT, ZBxSO: sem* ag-t Marie , <zah an,1 Franctra Vorn.lran. owners; Joseph Wolf and Frederick nampshled*. ?'.n tra'-tors.l."4!H 04 Treini.nl ?vf. No 1.W27; Kast Tr*?m'*nt i*?ntia,-tlna Company aurt Frank an.i I'hlllp BaMhatr, -.wnera; Thomas Morrran. contra,:-t,.iI. 8h .5 Cn.t-.na av*. w s. Hia. ft n <>f lH3d Bt, 3B_*8>: a'hun-h g Uates 8 (*<> a?t Franels Vomdran. and Marie (aaa',. owners; Joseph Wolf aad Fred er|i-k .'ampshleile. .-onTrn t oes 3Stt ,18 Morrl* ave. w sa. .Va ft n ..f l?.*?th ?T. ?SOalUO. Bamuarl llenders ant The K.r.,nx II..me Realty Compary, Dsnrr; Cohen 8 Relaai rootraetaaa 437 <rO Darrew-at, N'o 88); Harrts aalajlj . "t.inpany aict Mari 1-7 Uaraly, ewnef and eoatractar.. l.-lo'iO SATISFIED MECHANICS LIENS. Mtfe at. N" 417 Waat; 8 siiT.<-rman al al ea**"- J* Ktopper et al; fcogaai g 188a. 82K>7? *_M Bt, n s. ?i> ft e -.f i ..liiinhus ave. A I Bltts Co aa-1 Colonial Theatra ''?? er al. Arrii lt), 1805.. 682 **? BUILDING LOAN CONTRACTS. Wel.ster ave. \v *. I'M. 7 fr x of 17ftth st. 25 2-t 1177,. Wllliam HiiigBlaa loans Wenlelln and An na Kno.-h . 88888 Eliznt.etli st, e s. 114 7. ft n of PlhBSB Bl. 38 11* 8S.11 i'..nim,,n?..ilth Mort-raare ,-,i loan* Maria Ghtsllone . g-gg| MANHATTAN BUILDING PLANS. ?l*tth-st. n s, _77. ft m 8* Avenue A f.,r Iwa .!? st.ia t.rli k t-nement Booa**. .'.7 ?lxs7 75, I Klap |.*T-, owner. (1 F I"- Iham. .architect. 188888 112th art, s s. 71. ft e ..f M.-i i ,n av*; f r t*8 ? -la story brli-k t*-ii.m<-nt hooasa 888a8T.ll; J F'sn. owner; Hernsrein A- I'.ernst-ln. ar-hlte.-ts 88.888 1171th st. Re 21o la 214 goat; for i -:?; -? .rv brteh teneii:.-nt houae, 47.\S7 11. S BoroaaOy, o-ner; K.rnKTeln - Rernsreln. arehttsetfl. 4.'..i8*o ll.'l'i Bt, s s. 177. ft ?*? Of gd a ? brtch ttathaVoae. B8ra8I.ll; H I'ernattl. ..wner. L F I Weiher, archlti | . . So.OCsj 20th st. N'., 188 B9ast; f-.r a g*ra ?r.,r> t-.rlrk laaTi 1,'jlldlnK. 82x80: M '* <' 'Unrn .wner; A (1 K-.-nlK. architect. _*>'??0 lllfirh st. N'.,-, 1"_ and 1"4 K.i?t; f r a slv hrle**; T'-iieni.nr house. flgaj8I.ll; Ijidman A LaTWtoao?O, owners; Bernstfia 8 Bernsteln. arrhlteets . 40.000 lllath st. N'o ZSj :.. 23s K.'-r. '. r r ur six stor. brli k ten?m-nt hour-* 40_B7.11; Haiahea Reahv Company, wner. Hernsteln * liernstein. arr-hl ,,.,.,? .......... :rt.."a.i Rroadway. s 8 -. rr-.-r *-**t\\ sr. f r a five 888*9 tn. k lofl and store bull.Inc. 4'xtao; 1 Ularrw rr!. W w Haraws BichUerl. **,8ttB THE BRONX BUILDING PLANS. Pt Ar.n's a\_. ? ? rorner sr Manr'i aie. f,.r a tt: ? story Tri k lenenMM hoose. TT.T*4_88: Ran kin Hrorhers. owner*: M .1 Oerrlri archttert ... $4i?."<,0 Ifl ave, B s. J72.77 ft B 4 17'lrh st. for a Iwo and half Btory fra: house. 21 x 42. Mrs M R Jcnea .wner. K S i'-n!l. ar. hite<-r .T.S.hi LIS PENDENS. 181*1 sr No B_1 U'.-sT Mar\ T LOBOhl airT Sophia Ti- h r*M .-t al. roiecloaor* ol mortaaa^; .ttT;?. M*mii A R<*a Allen s* a h -B f- = ..f RI-. inrrt'n st. 40x7". Alt-rt t ? . ant T'irrs Berhmaa --r ai. oattlaa la caacai 8888, ?r v. _ i. _aahy , , Lexinaton ave. Sos 1*1 bb_ 188; rntrl-k OoWoan an-i '.v I-'-.r-nrar.. Bcttora I itahlMi li*-n. atrvs. Kl illrz * Hul . _ Avenue A n w corner 72-1 ?f. 2f.Sxl.Ta.; SBorrls A **A ?" lir.skv aart Morrta Ohme; actloa i- b*? astd* -ted; meepe ? Fordham Fla - - 108 II B -f 'Ir-irl are, I9-128M 7.*.xl2? 2 ' Mnllan, by R-uardian. ajrt James M Mullan er a' nm, atry. J H MOBJB SATISFIED JUDGMENTS. The first nam.- ts th.ir ..f rhe dehror. th" - That of rhe rredirnr. an.i dare when jndanienr was tll.-d: Darta, Kiiza C .-'tiirppf et al Mai 18 1888 |1.4?1 22 | Freiich, Bamnel L I Raron ?t ai. rfmiaihBar 2i 11*14 . 1^? ??. Hard, Kl.enezer \V Powles; ..,-tr.T.er 2s. 1881 Habteotl. Joha W Same. Octohet 2**. ii?_$ . l 7?7 7.1 Ur.aus. Morr.s .1 an! Benjamln Bid.ile .t Smarr Company; .Tanuary 7. Is;i7 ,-.,n,e!le.ii . . alaaf. 42 i'onrie.1 Metropolltan i ipera (-oanpeny C J * \ j.ril Sh 11h>7> .?". 14ai rta. The Air.-ri.-xn Fire Inmran. .- Cmwmmeo J W Moulton; .1ul> "\ It*^ . i .^?n <?.h JUDGMENTS. The following Judgmenta a-ere filed yaaterday, rhe rirst oaaM beteg That of the debtor: Audley, Franol* Philip J Renler * Sona . 824P ?* Arthur. \Villian-. E New Amstenlam Oas i'om POBO. 29 43 William A Eppens, Smith 8 Wl?mann ? ???mpany . &H.22 Brown, Alterl R Wllliam J Hutcheon. 143 :*.i Bfeady, Kalhailni New Amsterdam ilas CommmMf gfgB a:.., Thanalor* Saaaa ... gg Berwui, Ahtahom Soom. Rartln. Vina 8aBBB.. I4 7i7 ''ast.r. Her;r> W Wllliam H Bartlett and an . I'oilins. Ht-njamin J New Ycrk Edison Com l-any. ...... i* ' .1 Cole, .'hanes A John H Rlker . 4.1 ST Due, John J hn II Rlker. 4.1 sl iK.rn.i. Alberr inot aumm,ine.|i ? Jos*-',.h Vollhoaa OMf S2? 47 lmnn. ilaule (_ Moses Weinsrein . 377'..! liahl. August Joha M 1roh*8. 2*_17 Epstetn, Samuel New Amsterdam '.as Cnmpranj 1.122 Eheloman. Eli Same. 4>. 42 Fr-llKii. Mvn.'.ers*- New \'..rk F.Jlson Company.. 17. Fuentenbara, Samual San.e. 24 24 lllQSBia.BI.. \lexani.r R lewish Press 1'ubltshtng I'-mpary . S4.1 ?e> ?Irey. Vlola Auna ,not auinm.ne.ii Same. .14.1 <i2 ?JlLson. WllMaiii J Am.-rKan Ele. trti-al N-*velty and Manufa rurlnir l '.t , . 1888 Or.enberK. Sle<inund Jolin S Sllls er al . 2?> tl .'.rlilin James Fi.-eMork. M-tM lllirham. 'Tiarl.-s F '"harles W Furlonaj. IM* 7.4 Klncsland, Rlohard R rum Chafe. 7.2 4.'". Kupperman, Hertha Itetsv p.dskv ani another. eoeta. 23 72 I.-venthal. Max laarob 1-lr-isheimer: ,-osrs. 2.1 7..H Mlllar. iarnesl WUliain A t'.arriisues. 23 .*? Mlnor, Wiiliiir.i N.-w Amstanrah?? 'Ibs i'..mpany 2?. Ii* MaBBl*V John Same. 34 S2 M.-..-rs. Anni* Susob a R Meeea . 88?I McMaaoa Mlchael Mnrrts st.-inheinrer .ll.UM7.i. Sam* Boaaa .... l.-ttr 18 O'.-l iiiiir bne| J. Jr? WllUam \V \V*y Kaiu. . l.t'.? s.". Quirk. John H Morris s il-rrman. MBBB I'lnlslrk. Lotris '-?-. ' N*-w York. 1.91 Pomrene. Har sts..... 23 ."W I'.it.-.r, L*wia U N.-w Ariisr.-n'.am > l.is . omr.anv 1.1,12 Paoltoo, Caihertne Siirne. . ts 3o Richardson, Rlchard A N-u Imstiialam ilas Chmpeny. 1? 72 P.-.terTs ,n. Al.-x.ir.l, r R .'hir.a an.i Ja5*an Tra.l ln^ i*,.nipnri-. . 1.894 22 STetrimet-r. iiiarles i it> .?( N*-w Torh. 1.122 8am? Srune . . 17, '22 W..-hrl.-. Chriatopher Jos*ph Vollhoeam*r. i*2ti 47 Wl**eman. Osoraa Thrxnaa M M.r_raaa. 17.2 2.". 8a_m Sam* . 17.2 2*> Wartnsc. Dunrran Auousl Qroes . :?'41 VChlttl*. Thawnaa ll t*nlt*d E ? * and l'.wr ''..mj uiy . m fil Whalen. St.-|ih.-ii Alphona* Dryfocs et al. 1 7^3 **.. Wei t,. Edward -John M Srobla. :t:. 04 ateher, Paul Jacoh Mult*r. Uiiin. "f-h* Cltj of N'.-w v-ik r_ i |Bgg| Mi,-ha.l lTlntlritr Canrapaanq N.-w Vrk Edi?.*n i'iim;,nny 34 34 Srandard Time Adv err Isinur Oxmmowo James E Taylor . 3.803 3,-, FOR CONTROL 0F PLEASURE CRAFT Launches a Menaee to River Traffic of This City. Waoblngrtoa. Aug n Th.. aaaatliaa <-Baa*-_tte_ "f -hMrtora and I'ilota ..f Stearn VesseU ls inHaaiUi Ini; Tu s.oiire th.- ,-.i-.ii>.-r;itiuii of the Pepartment of Commeri-e and Labot in askinj-r ."on^r.-ss 8a pass laws whh-h will brlag all pleasure eraft under the i-.-Kiilatiuns ol the ,'..rvemnient Steamb,,at Iri apeetloa -orvice Wltb that .-nd tn vi.-v,. I.uth.er B 1>"W. ol Niw-Yurk. the R.-nrral manager of the a-BOtr-tettoflk, had a .onferene,* tu-day wlth Aetln< Sf.rit.iry Murrav Th.* K"\.-rnment lnspeetlon officers are now BOWBVlaoa to exer.-lse ,-ontrol ,.f any ohara.rter ,,\er pleasure boata ur lnurn-h.-s of le.ia than fifteen tons. Boata uf th:s kind aia aagOhgad in the ferry husiness in New-Yurk Hartiur and ln the- river* ln rhat yi.ia'tv. plyinn between New-Yurk ("lty and rjrtf 1a,-.-riT plai.-s. ln many tnstances. it ls said. they are ugaiatod by aoa who are not lUeruaed and B? without life iu-. servers ur su.iwtni* M\t\+ u,rhts _| nlghl Mr l>uw laforaoed Actlna Se.-retar-\ Murra*. th.it lbeae launehea are a menacp to th.* rlver rraffl, Country Property for Sale. ANVUHKKE IN \? t > r? H81TBB CO Country homes. farm*. COOLK. a \\ KST inc Main orTrt.-e, H hlt.- Plain* ana Mount Vernon MlSl' gg s. U.l. Thaoa vo.n*r lots al *ieat sacrlri.-. on* *..|U?i* riom BtBtteo, i'?rvl. (TetahetB N Y nn? raektonres sorruunatlna pkH Ad.tres* OWNRR .Mr*,-, r . 1*Ii1!h.I.-||.IiU Penn Citij rropcrty to Let. Tn I.KT \F\\ lUtU'K HulSE. II rooms hoi ??t .ol i w*t,r ln *?.?!, ?ied..H,in: 4:1 Impro. ernems lent $A" An>l> ...l prenas**. No. t *40a> Morrl* air. 111., 178(1. al. <??? w EST .WTH ST, ' : ' " : : \ |a K s-MS \N'|i HM'H-i D. PHCENIX INGRAHAM _- CO , 19- B way _Real Estate. Lawyers Title Insurance and Trust Company 37 Llberty St.. Hanhattan. 59 Llberty St.. VAanhattan. 38 Court >t.. brooklyn. Examinea aad insures titles Ma_.es searches Lcnds money on bond and mortgaaja Sells real estate mortsjag-e*' Furnishes appraisements of real e_t_$a Furnishes surveys and engineertM data Furnishes tax, assessment and v_a_e rate bills CA-JSpLaC- S9.000.000 'ONKERS PROPERTY I RK.N'T :4 A PHlLUPftBi p.H i r V'.NKF....-*. N. V vi4)KTfi.-?.E LO\ aa H 4| HI4\4, 411,1... . g , ,, ,. Real Estate Wanted. W'.__NiT* n vs PR"; rT "-.^ * _-?__#? t. pie4 eb y*4>a Rl'LAND & WHITING CO. 5 BEEKMAN ST. I WANT TO BI'Y B Firm on Long Isl.. my own m-i-uparicy; small or large; must :e wWl locateei fe.r gentleman's ountr-y home. *atar front on North 3he>r4 ay _jj cash. Builellng- iniina'T-il. Write f_;i ttag. tlculars to be ne.tic e.l. j WHIT w. .. Brooklyn Property for Sale. ATTENTION !!! I havft __ fpw beun james a. mrnm, ''Vn Sun'la.'. ? i _ To Let for Bustness Purposes. -j | w |t;t st - iniaa 1" ". " _h...... - Unfurnished Apartments to Let. APARTMENTS CARLISLE DWELLINQS WTBSfl a_t*raxa_TB nrFa oa bbooo-n .traRTsiHVTft 12 ani' ii FiREpacaaF VAi'T.T. Px!" FT . IU Laau ' -_?__ wUOmmX nrlv ta famllle's in entir? bulh-haa K*_xlflB ft; ,i? much like r-rlvare .e-w-Ulnae as apartments ar t* 25 TKP. t'FNT NfORF R ? 'XI F*e><* BB ?*?<*> 18 P?B CBBT PF.SS HENT. $2,500 to $4,200; October 1. fBBB JFSSF. ' RF.WKTT ,*- . ?'? . C.EN'Tll - ?? -- APARTMENTS RENT $720 TO $2,7.30 YEARLY. DE WITT COURT, 3R4 w-5T ni a 8 ran :.':- wi feet f: ing. rent 1 RLDOLPH. 32.', 'er- . .Iate: ? and 7 roei ROSE.MARN. 4 B c Fig:: ? 45 1 West End Ave., cor. 82d St. - ..... Nos. 101 and 103 W. 77th Ste i-r-.c . a. 1 $BB - ?? '* No. 163 West 80th St.. *.-_.__. JE3SE C. BENNETT m ^O.. 3,3B8 B-BCM ' l THE ANSONIA, BROADWAY. and 7 .p. ;?>!_"?. Aparttiiec.T Oct. 1 m.-MkliPlNCi APARTME.TO. 7. Rdd.MS ANP BATB *?* 11 HOOm AXD 9 BATHS. , ' ' aZ 13 R4)4).ms anl> ;; cv r*us *** NOVHOUSEKEEPIMi \PARTME>r> '_' KOOMS ANP HATH $1 >?B>-Jt.9 a * 4 noona a bath tw%> .^ 4 ROOMS AND _ BATHS "?** Sl.AWSON & HOBBS. Agents. c>n prem JS *v Ci. _;. WEBB. 1 "." l ?' I an 1 haih; 4 - , Fumished Houses to Lr - -***r* < ; '.<? k v . , ..1. . k __.*_-? ih- mountalna. I1.q_.1e .'RANI- l-A? ''-s ?** "" Han.c*.- ?u