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OLD-LAW HOUSES IN DEMAND.
jfiDING IN SUCB STRUCTURES EXPECTED TO BE A FEATURE OF FALL SEASON. porous Land Purchasing Movement in Borough of Queens-Market .for Suburban Property in Xnc-Jersey Improving. ftatcu's* >'" purchases of old-la?.- tenement house? ?Blik' i"? o? the leadme feat-res o? the ^^mOot ia?' ****czi- Conditions are suitable for an ?WT-'''' extensive buying movement In that typ? Then the demand Tor property in the I Is I K. ly to be much greater In ? he tat ?h->n now- *rd -??1 ???b? indicate an eg ^B,^ ?arkf tm property in Ktm Jara? within ? i_aaaaM? <,lst*~p* ff ?he Jersey terminals of ? he Cortlaa-t and Morton et?, tunnels. re much effort to learn -why the -jd-law t_n?n*er.t house? of Manhattan an. The mgBB ?re so popular, and are l.kdy tr, become ^m B-fUisr this fall. It is because the income fcrtvr -.a.icr.ty of them is as attractive ? tk_t ?*--_-_-? from Investments in new-law ten ?* house? The feature of every summer realty 00BT. -radlng in tenement houses, and -Mi ?essor t_M volume of sales of tenement houses ?also? .esc:ra? .e-ture of the market. Examine tot OamOom :.-.".::saried last week and it ?tu be mii:r see-- that the greater number of deals af? fected tener; ? of the old type. The busi ne_ii?" " ?*?-* al??o ?hows that the most tBperta-t land ; urchas::.g movement is not in flagharu-r. or The Bronx but ?n Queens, ?.here realty prices are advancing rapidly. Many causes have been given for the present big _____ -;>--._ '- ? vfuoens. It has been ??i ?J?: _M MM-t is the building of the !__?).? "rf exacted not only to less.:: the --M In travelling between Max, hat ._ many thousands of people me?, ?n the su'.-.-ban towns sai The McAdoo tunnels?the Cort ?Jge. it ghi. rest.; le b-ootafac places in New-Jersey. A ?Magnai ___?__._? win M that the _e_.__nd for New-Jersey property u increasing at a lively ?"*?**? aal *S lh* is,1! *"'? -fmand will be jniicii gres-.r. - at, than now. One at the P-tadpal J_anh,ttan tr.'.nra ?tions re ported lsst week Maaa by William Oppenheim fro*^ ' ? Cf tfcn 1 6cuare, _ 6_x story _.. MM, Nos gjKl K West i*'_- ?" ? struct-are orr-ples & p.'"1* _____? ?P4?T- ar-d '?9 ?re ?f '?he most -r. spgilatent bouses la the Washington S;_-_re BecstM-L A-O??-" Important de__ was Um tala by M ft L Hase ar._ ttA Cr_._shar-k l for Charles t- _____-_)? ci -h* ?V?? s: cry r.nd basement f re? proof Man ml aa- ?alla-i-g at -*? ?? e^* M -*? ??^y, laet. The buyer Is the Pacific Realty Com par y which will extensively imprcve the building. Guy IMME _n?h? ^"r ?* E3-51 -??-?--. a fclml Ur bui-fl--*. Baa-_tl M. & L. Hess last ?Mfc m -W-1' ?-*a_ty ' ompany bought the Garfleld. g? f-ory H-J-aw Bt house. Nos. S&S and 340 West aOMOUm & r- ? ?-d_-_J -*-*. R save in part pan---? - :xl?,:' ?eet ?* *? northwest cor? ee- of -S-et-st and Broadway, reported sold yes ?_,- jiax ii^rx was tr.e seller of the Gaxneld. M.. "i "Baker A- he brokers, "v AEf'?"- ft Realty Mor if-age ft Wolf No _S4 to 2.2 W? IwelUBg house. The plot has a rrcntai'r of i?-' feet and a de;t?. cf about lu3 ?eet ?reher? Re_ltv Company sold for Harry B-WiOW Sot 2 2__ and ___-*" Tth-ave.. two five story with stores. Each house Is .-; Sxlir.' f? Peier __xelrod sold for John F. Bolton to the Ero__c ar _ V.'esicr.ester Realty ana Construc.-^r. 0b__9__l .ok bounded by ___st and 182d s-raeta, r>a_v and Vvse aves. It faces The Bronx Park Its size Is ?112x214 by 3S6x2.1 feet. Mur.dorf bought from 6?ol Simon the Saga - house. No 103 V\ est -cupl?s a plot S-xlO. - :__r.ilton Haight Syndicate filed plans in the brick flathouses. 40X.T foet ? rected on the east side of 3d-ave. from ?-?>-. Bt G. F. Pelham is the architect the houses will be ??235..00 of Brokers. Peter Axelro-.. Ijowenstein Company sold a plot st _-d_nwa_l to the Philadelphia ___ N.w-Tc Company. The plot will be improved rection o? two family c-cfei: :.g hi _ K "-?* Nichols, of the Leonard Mood - Real Es? tate C'o_r.par.\. sold for the Pru_er.ua. Real Es? tate Companv the White farm, of twenty-six arres. iv.tf r -. and Eas- ?6th ets , Ave ::oad. Brooklyn, to an in lopeiiy. it Is said, ? who represents a Belmont irty-stg lots la Long Island g frontage of 450 e north side ? do Van Dam-at, It block, with the exception of about Tw? lhaven. ?old to Edward R -vction of Woodhaven close .rchase price ?. e said .. ? ?'??? The tract is to be developed. .: tot he Granger E~_'. Ef any for JS- of sixteen acre. _d;c. :r.: eary Oo__t?ry _o old Kev od frontage In Thom It ?_. part of i r.c'h w Kelly r. Nassau Height*, in the town of ?*- - eold by Samuel W. Thackery ?y?tai w re, Louise de Marcellls Thackery of ??urke NEW SCHOOL IT. BRONX. Plus I xesterday f~r a five story hcfefe ?-__-. :: vest s.-.? of An'hor.y ??ount Hope Pia ? o . ? Ijiot ??xK.: - is 'it- ? I TALL CHIMNEY FOR HOTEL. Pia.?.* have b-en 6>d with Buildings Bapcrtoteod ' : ip new . hirr,;,. y, f. be built in 'jrray 1?::: l.o;.-:. to Par?. ??'?n? -trtii to - i c.f Boga ___aid_ . IT I - -iem '-he bat.-. It Is ta be .-f ornamental radial - ; ? . ? foundation, -? and will ? trick :r.cio-K?d iron ?moke ptps uni. PLANS FOR 5TH-AVE. STORE. "*-!-? yesterday for an I . "?ck '<*' ? building, at the northeast cor cw of - ? ? n a plot 4?r-_xl_5 feet. is the orr,t>r, and J a.vvo? ...,1 at TRANSACTIONS IN REALTY. ^*Omtr ft Co. have sold two .merit "--?-"-- ' ...? _?_. 11th .f and A. Blumenstock, to Oflie ____?! . ????lev .. _ gun for Ka-isel ft OoM? J**-. tr Mo *? -3-_ _'li1*?* - and twn stor?_s on I |g ?if I 'wetity-fiv. '. from the ??-?---.- ? The ?""??-h- f moootom ? ??mi' OJttM ft Navasky. t_M 11.1 ? ? Mat) OOJ .? --f /"- used fot Gmz!>oureer ?** ?*->ua_6 .Voe for a ? ars. at an age'' ' S-*3,000: Z_* *u' ? r r Rom mmm**il houses N -.; East llti.-.-t , for a ;.t an aggt- . | | ?z th.- Kl.; ?0rj' J---?M___t houses ' ta East ara. at an aggregate : <'harle? Iterlin hav? ?*-??? iCth- i.ouse. b and i?. . ', ' -- ' ' -? _ m ' - hen h. . ' ?" " ?=? ' have resold for the Whitehall '?--..?' ' ___?*??:- -' - - '>?'?"' liih-st., a Coat ttory _..'., ?'??-?"? or. a loi Bait '???'? Oliver T-iompson No. %MtlJ^z?1'' ' story d? j_ ' -' t<a T4__i_ -r* **i? to have t.'.jght No. S_6 S5^"fc storj' dw< Hing house, on a lot ? , - ut,? . , M Tappen nnd :..?,.' * __a?t _3Sth-st . a liuse |,' ' . ' '?' - v ? ... : ? ? MM - ? 'x'. j. '? :-?-t ^??i "t-??ro*'n have sold I A illi.er to ngton ?,. " . two -?tory :.u;;ding* tlonf Kllngensteln ha? sold to Ma>er Franke] ?*t Wxi_*V"av* ' * <lV* mlot"y ia-w____-__i hsaaa, aa ?. ?"?vu, iirothara have ?old for John G. Clcgg to K..1 ,hV t?o m"0"1 ,0 Abr'in' Barhrach for Morit* ?9 Fast ???.? ..Ve 5-7?7 dwelling houses Nos. 407 and Phinr.?5?; ^l1* on a lot ?-?100.8 feet. IS ?s? -?AAS. B? feM H J"^ "on?nd401100-5 ^ "- "?~ of rE^XT * ^S" h*?v** "-?M Nos. S35 and construction ?J-'i**. ?^ f*2*7 ''"''dins in course of ?.unsiruct on on lot 32.6xl0D.ll feet. bvVu/htVn.?'11"^1;-"* R?al,>- Company has n^r of Pa?i,Wsand 7R "H* IWth-at.. southwest eor noU bs^^&?s ArBtory brlck dwemnr halah N?o ^??*1*? ,^e 8old 'or Garibaldi Green me?: l?ivaV: l",lf\h's!' & *hr?? ?tory and base M Ha?lTv'"n* hOU9e- 0n i0t M'teW*3 '????? t0 on lot ?i*. ?',' '?o story frame dwelling house, ?'tilt s?^?S W'Pt slde of Crotona-ave.. th*? or* ,L??.22? e.h:\vcec BoJd for E??8* Hammer Sd'al^^^k?l?leot8^ 1Wth BtS- Park and Anhan%**t1r7r$!! & ^^^^ have sold for the 'e of T.^i?mPany the Pl0t' **** f?et' ?n thfi Max Grrnulllk?J'-*%* ' r ^''t sou*h of l?0th-Bt. lots .n5?/7f?.B,ky ha* <*<-'?* to James J. Smith four ?and ?n,!' ?V lhe southeast corner of 224th ?omh^;;,^.,4160 the adjoining plot, on the IU feet. -='th-st.. 106 feet east of M-ave.. lOOx ho^8.H?nh?n,aS,h^.bOU'M the *OUr ??-?T ???* of T?i,i?t v =\ 25 lxl100 feet- at the northwest corner t'tle. J e' and 164th-st. Celia Podolsky holda ? RECORDED TRANSFERS. ''faraeJ liauJ??. ?**". *?? Ea?t; Annl? ?t?*-*1 *-? rs.ael Mandel and other?, mortgage. 884. 15^ar/>rn ?>' ** ''th-aVe.- '.?$.. '^ nand Forsch to L Solomon; mortgage. ,. 108.000 ?t?te .-'I6 '? i?" West: Stuyveaant Real Tork ani impan!? to Pennsylvania. New ISBthi? ., . ?* lBla"d Railroad Company .Nominal Lout? s?i,~ "' . ft,' f:f Hth-ave. T8xM.ll; &? 000?oT?a ? JamtS T-Vrol<r' *****?+ 14ht h .?t *?>?""' - j ?. -?,"..*. 100 t*JBf hL.i1. We",: Garibaldi Greenhalgh T Thalm ' Julle P R"wl"nd ?o Mary *lls?-^..?*a? ?? 24-:i ? -'?'centre line*0"11**1 to iJon.-id ?''' ,bUpreme Realt>' Company ?i.tto?*1*? aadtW and ?,herg; "?'??????i w^orWVaV- ?? A*" *?'* D* ^?n'o 109 par.y and Hart*?*'<l Railroad Com ? same map i " Delia Friedel to' same! \ ioS???Sd ?'.*.. i* *l-.lV C?W of L?banon-st. ?zk.e *? ? ' t-cl5m,dt to M Stelner. mort? gage. 84.888; o c and.. . lo0 r-i-^.J ??'dore Ruhin: mortgage. 888.8?* 100 st s . ?-.g?, w of *Mlneua I.ane, ?'armine-Bt. s s. 178 ft * ?' of Mlnetta Lane. 17.8x?7.8; Samuel Hoffman to Abigail M Farrell . J 008 Rutgers Piace. No, 5 and 7. n ?. 5SxlJ0; also Interior strip: Baruch D Kaplan to City of .X f *vt, - J Or*. . ai a ft Aft rigton-ave, e *, ?s 6 ft n of Tavlor-st. ?0x1,8: Hyman Horwltz to Max Weinberg and another: mortgage. 8J.000. . 100 Tvendover-ave. r a. SS ft -?? of Fulton-ave ??x ..-? 4r!'7 s Sophia Schenkman to Mor --.aiita and another: mortgage $s ?r.i ??e. 3a-ave. Park-ave. l??.?th and 189th tt?; ?meut 100 100 ^Hammer to Georgt Keller; mortgage. t3:..r.0.i ?t, n f. 208 ft w of Keppler-ave 2..x P.:-hard Malone to John F Keves f e comer Syraouae-ave. l(K>xH?ii John I- Bree* to Melrose Real Estate fv-mpanv Nominal Haven-ave. n e corner 170th-?t. 123 llx 'r?-?g Morris H Petlgor to Oie H Olsen, mortgage. i-*"","' . ...Nominal Park Bow, Ne l?: Rachel Rich to Itarle W * ' ?*-? ? ? ?.? . Nominal "? ?? IP ? ft e of Lexlngton-ave. 18 4x70; Kerry E Gm\e to M Grove .Nominal 73?-.?t. No ?K? Eaft: Jacob Lerechan to Max Lar fchar.. uosiisutlon deei: mortgage. $18.7?30 o c and . IfK) 146th-et. n e. 2.H) ft s o? Courtiandt-ave. 25x60; li- -.:??? E Grove to *M Grove.Nominal Mer-ave. r (.. 75 11 ft e of Ur.lon-ave. 50x ?9.11xU0.11; George Keiier to E Hammer; mortgage. fSO.OO?: o c and .... 100 127th-*t, No 223 West; De Witt H Kornhaueer to H D Burnham: mortgage. $6.000.Nominal n a, 430 ft e cf 4th-ave. 50x114; Arthur J Btaea to A Wools: o c and. 100 134th-?t. n s. ir... ft e cf Wlllle-ave, 26x100 Mary E Marshall to Isabel Klngcley. 100 Garfield-st w ?. 225 ft ? of i>,liimbu?-ave 25x100. ^'an Nest Park: Kate B Clark to Henry' Arp. mortgage. 84.54o. 1 Ferry-eve, ?*- s. 54 |g f, a of 206th-st. 27.5xl<Hx 25xllo ri, Cr.arl?^ W Kraushaar to Julia Blerarh 100 v corner Bt Paul's Place. 65 3x .braham M ilorgenrwth tc EUla M PeUetr?*?* .... 100 i-e se corner l?6th-st. 523x100; Ole H eisen to M H Petlgor: m orte? ge. S??f?.93R .... 100 Lex?r.ei.jn-?ve. s w corner lLjst-et. 52.5x75 5. ir ?Cohen to John W BJwards mortgage. 82?S.5O0. 100 3d-ave. B? ??. part lot 730, map Me?roafe. South, - R Palmer, exrx. to John Free?. BOO RECORDED MORTGAGES. George, Margaret to J Wandele; Kingsbridge Road, s s. at n w earner of land of Findlay; 1 rear; <* r*r cent. 84.000 Ste'.r.er Montx. to Jacob Schmidt: Bronx Park ave. s v corner Lebancr.-st ; instalments; 5 ? r.t . 81,250 ?eph. and another, to William f : -i- f e. 275 ft e of 5th-av?; due er 10. I9u5 : 6 per eeflt . 3.000 T>rw;iliger. LeXenxo. to Title Guarantee and Tr-tt Company. Southern Boulevard, w s. 50 f: n of Penfold-ave. demand. 6 per cent. 5.<500 Edwards. Jobs S" to Gcide & Cohen: Lexingtc-n : 5hS, 2 years. 6 per cent- 8,000 SATISFIED MECHANICS LIEN. taa-ar, N T:. G.-lffn Hoofing Company against J Franken'haler ; April 2-\ 19*^5. $17 00 ? MECHANIC'S LIENS. Avenue C Nos 17!? and 1ft; L,uigi Franco against - ?kum and others oertaera and contractors $525 00 rt F Turna -? Abraham Komir.ers and others, owners: Aaron Fcrmar; and others, contractors. 145 tX) 17th-?-. Ko Bl* to r.23 East. Amos & Clark against New-Tors' COntrsrtlng and Trucking Company, aaa ?Construction Company. _ ._???:?? l-607 '1 ^23 and 325 East: Joseph L#vlne i- Br'?, against Lewla Aransky and others, own er? and contractor?.? ? ? ? 7B <0 13th-ave and West 22d-st Junction, etc. Tuttlo e Compeny against Central Rallr.ad Company Otraer; A J Ellis Company, contractor 1.?58 Park-a-e" w s. whoi? front between 4lFt and Cotnp*ny against Sub may Realty Company, owner: A J Ell!? CV>m . ' ". , ' ??4r>4 ?* Fulton-s: N i BT. and Ann-ft. >o W?; Tuttle P. rr? fomjiar.j- against Francis E Dodge and C,f ,rg<- M Oleott, owner?. A J Ellis Company. contracter . ?*" w LIS PENDENS. 42- s?. No HI Wcst: ?City of New-York ?gt Meyer L, Sire s- lolatioa of tenement house law?, at East: John I. Rtiblnsky igt Morris s?SSStuTm^? JSeti foreclosure of mortgage; attorney. v 431 and 483 West. Fanny Klein agt Alex? ander i. ipectBe i/erformance, attomej, P. X. s-, b s 50x114. w,.ter!y half ^?^f^.^X nb?x* agt A. Shatzkln A hr.ns. rney. H. A ?1*'n,?7,'L., ,, Keale-st, s e earner, ??1x53 2x .moers nt Am.-rlcan Mortgage rlornpan, ^ Oe m- A l>?-wi?. ??**?2**'i ll^*?' V '. ? eef ?ve ->0'2ll35 4 -'' - ".e ? ?~ r' Bl'sc'hoT and H > R Wood ;,,h,rh, . ' .irnance; attorney, T B W?x>d. ?^???? PETITIONS IN BANKRUPTCY. M in bankruptcy were filed ;ri, wn!l ,uc Cter* of the United States Dis Court: : : ,,v,i,!K Company. P.?? _??-??? SATISFIED JUDGMENTS. The first nun- I? that of the <^btor: Ml -Manhattan Lumber ?cm-- ^ l*r.y. AUtu:? >-. ..?*._?-- ? ? -ad JN'ew_Y.lrk feg&Tto:::::::: ?? JUDGMENT8. -v. e,., nama l? 'I?1 '"?* ,h* d*M'""" ?Xl^'LT? guard,.,?-We.?cott ExpreM ^ ^ ?.,hn Nes-lhauf and Frederick ;r'B,eecker ana other. . 334 00 , ,;.mev assign? ... ?. ' . ,1, 21 : ",'?., and l>.ul.e-Orl?ntal Bank .. .. 1.M1 24 Newlork-. W nn Vn'^ym. Bel?. Pour ?%H ^ki" ^ougAd other.:-co..:: ?4 Ijiwh-i l'a?\l',?*A MorrU. ,V? A,f Nea York.-........... j| ???'*^"*E Z ^V'Te'r *?? ???-?. *g Auction Sales of Real Estate. Auction Sales of Real Estate. BRYAN L. KENNELLY, Auctioneer, will sell at auction THURSDAY. SEPT. 7, 1901.. at 12 o'clock noon, at the New York R.al Estate Salesroom. 14-16 Vesey st., New York city. Absolute Socle TO CLOSE A PARTNERSHIP. ABOUT 26 ACRES OF LAND, 24th Ward. Borough of the Bronx. Known ?_s JOHN HUNTER. PROPERTY (Old Timpson farm, SIT?ATE ON East Chester road, and Tracks of New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad, near iho West Chester Ptation on said Railroad. The electrification of the N. Y-, N H. & H. R. R.. now under way. will greatly enhance values of property In this location. 75 PER CENT OF THE PURCHASE PRICE MAY REMAIN ON BOND AND MORTGAGE FOR 3 YEARS AT 14 PER CENT. TITLE GUARANTEED BY THE LAWYERS' TITLE CO. AND POLICY DE? LIVERED TO PURCHASER FREE OF CHARGE. Maps and further p?nrtioulars with CHARLES H. EASTON & CO., ag-nts of prop? erty, 116 W. 42d St., or at office of BRYAN L. KENNELLY. 7 Pine St. (Kennelly Building?. _?-?-___-._, Long Island Real Estate for Sale. New house, 12 rooms, open plumbing, steam heat, electric light, open fireplaces, cabinet trim; stable ; corner plot, 83x 180. Price, $6,000. Easy terms. E. 5. RANDALL, Owner, Freeport, N. Y. Modern house, 11 rooms and bath; electric lights; hardwood mantels ; large stable; shade trees; mod? ern plumbing and heat. Plot, 100x200. Price, $6,300. Easy terms. L. N. ROSS, Owner, Freeport, N. Y. CHANCE for respectable colored family, 25 mile? out or. Long l?l?nd; all improvement?; 17 room?, con? venient to water; reasonable. Addree? by letter. REA? SONABLE ADVERTISING OfTICE. 215 Montague St., Erooklyn. N. T Real Estate. UNITED STATES TITLE Guaranty & Indemnity Co. Insures Title? to R.a! Estate. Manhattan: lflrt. Ifi2. 164 P'way. Brooklyn: 17<?-1S0 M.ntague St. Bronx: 3d Ave. and lfllst Street. Jamaica: 34- Fu'.ton Street MORTGAGE LOANS. -CM. WnUUn MOOKE & CO.. 42 Broadway. Real Estate Wanted. WANTED DOWNTOWN PROPERTY-. SEVER AU PIECES. FOR ALL CASH INVESTORS. RULAND & WHITING CO. 5 BEEKMAN ST. I WANT TO BUY a Farm on Long Island, fo. my own occupancy; small or large; must he well located for gentleman's country home; water front on North Shore preferred. Will pay all cash. Building? immaterial. Write full par? ticulars to be noticed. J. WHITTEMORE BARTOW, Wood-left Inn. Freeport. L?. I. City Property for Sale. ?"MO CARLTON-AVE -S4.??0O wlM buv 2-storv and ! _??_-__. attic frame dwelling. 11 room? and bath 2 ?et? : of tub? and ga?. ?TfiTH-ST.. NO. 114 WEPT?Very handsome 2tV-foot prl I O vate dwelling, pri?e, $68. WW. R. T. V ARN UM Owner, fl2 wniiam_?t. Country Property for Sale. FOR S?-\LE THE HOTEL EARLKNGTOM P.10PERTY, Richfield Springs, N. Y. BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED IN THE MAGNIFICENT TEN ACRE EARLINGTON PARK, with srurrn'R springs TWO HOTELS, EARLINGTON and ST. JAMES, FULJ.Y FURNIsHEj.?. A COMPLETE HOTEL. PI-ANT BUILDINGS AND GROUND? SUITABLE FOR ALL YEAR ROUNO SAHiTORIUM. RARE CHANCE! FOR RIGHT PARTY. DOW PRICE TO QUKT- BUYER. ADDRESS E. M. EARLE, 49 WEST 27TH ST. N. T. For Sale at Litchfield. Conn. At foot of South St. Beautiful view of Bantam Lake and ?urroundlnr; country. Ideal site foe coast? ??-at ALFRED E. 8<TiEINHORN. 7 East'42.1 St. AVVWIIEKE IN WE8TCHESTER CO. y horn??, farms. COO LE Y & V" ?fn?e, Whit? Plain? and Mount Vernon. MUST BE BODD?Three corner lot? at great ?acrlflce, on? ?a-aie from _?__i-f_, Caryl. Yonkcrs. N. Y. ; nne ?-alder.-easurrounding plot. Addre?? OWNER. 5.0__ Rarest . Philadelphia. Penn Country P?P?rty to Let DESIRABLE CORNER HOUSE FOR RENT ?Cheater Hill Mount Vernon. N. Y- ; in r-ms. i.ath; all lm -,?,.,m-n'te 90-f_ot front, nne ?hade treea: 3 minutes from Station. Addree. C. A H . Box 1U8. White Plain?. N. Y. Country Property for Sale or to Let. MON'TCLAIH N. J. ERWIN PARK?For ?ale or to rent very attractive booae; modern In ?very particu r hardWood nnl??>; elfitu bedroom? and two bath?; large Ir.t ' ?jtc-pttonally nne and convenient location For price. etc a-ldr-e? F. M HARRISON. __? Stone-rt., New-York. Furnished Houses to Let?Country. Ha-cock-? To Let for Business Purposes. 1 -~_ATH-8T . ?8 WEST ?Lance, light ?tore, with doubl? J,VJ?7 ?how wtn-iows. in good location, ?ultable for any Und of bueln??-. r?nt rea?ooabl?. Inqulr? on pr*rat?-?. BRYAN L. KEN.NELLY, Auct'r, WILL SELL AT AXTCTYOK TUESDAY. AUGUST 15TH. 18_3. ?* 12 o-clock noon at the New York Real Estate Sslee room. No? 14-lf, Vaamj Street, N Y. By Ord?r of George H neu? Es., WEST END, NEW JERSEY. The handsome cottage and ground? on Lake Avenue, near Ocean Avenue, known as cottage No . on Takahasse Lake. 3-srory ??? .7 *r frame ?"''?'Inr. partly furnish-,1. contain i,V.f. ? , ror>m%- 3 bathrooms; exposed plumbing; the nouse 1? unsurpassed architecturally. Also a large, commodious .stable. The property is beautifully sit ?., _"; commanding an unobstructed view of the ocean. -I?6 mlr,u'es' walk of the West End and Holly? wood R. R station. Size of plot. l;,o__?8. _____ P'r r/r? of tne Purchase price may remain on mortgage for _ years at 4', per cent Maps and further particulars at Auctioneer-? Offices. No. 7 Pin? st.. N. y City. Unfurnished Apartments to Let. APARTMENTS THE CARLISLE DWELLINGS WEPT END AVE . CORNER 82D ST., EXCLUSIVE TYPE OF MODERN APARTMENTS, 12 AND 11 ROOMS. 3 BATHS. AND FIREPROOF VAULT. 10-10 FT . ALL LARGE. LIGHT ROOMS: only 12 families in enrtre building. 102x100 ft.; as much like private dwelling? as apartments can be built. 25 PER CENT MORE ROOM FOR 10 jo 15 PER CENT LESS RENT: $2,500 to $4,200; October 1, 1905. JESSE C. BENNETT & CO . AGENTS. 2.280 Broadway, corner 81st st. APARTMENTS RENT $720 TO $2,700 YEARLY. DE WITT COURT. 254 West ?2d st ; 0 very large room?. 3 bath?: FIFTY feet frontage; ONLY" one family on noor; detached build? ing; rent $2.700. RUDOLPH, 325 Central Park West, near 92d St. ; modern, up to date, 6 and 7 room?. $720 to $1,100. ROSE/WARY, 4 WEST 93D ST. Eight rooms, weil laid out; rent $1.140. 451 West End Ave., cor. 82d St.. 7 large, light room?, rent $900 per year. Nos. 101 and 103 W. 77th St., Private house block; 7 room?; $50 to $55.00. No. 163 West 80th St., Seven rooms; single Apartment. $47 50 to $58.00. JESSE C. BENNETT & CO., 22.1. BROADWAY. COR. S1ST ST. SPEFJCESR ARMS A Modern Apartment House at It? boat. Bro-.dw._v at 69th St. maguincent hlgh-cla??. ?trt-tly nreproot ?tructure. the most complete and elegant build? ing of it? ciass ao far erected In this city. READY FOR OCCUPANCY SPENCER REALTY CO.. Owner. Superintendent on Premise?. TELEPHONE. 399? COI.l'MBCl Write for Booklet 43 5TH AVE., at the Northeast Cor? ner of 11th St AN EXCLUSIVE APARTMENT HOUSE FOR HOUSEKEEPING. Juat completed. Telephone. 4031 Gramercy. Superintendent on pr?ml?e? _,_. ,6i EAST 81ST ST ? Hand_oro? flat?; fir?, six li>- room? and bath. $__ ?-" __?.____-___-??""?"?"?*????**??"?""?_______"_"_""""""_*""""""""'""""-"-""___"" Apartment Hotels. ~TT?r_n_n_RXR_r (absolutely flreproof?. FAMILY AND TRANSIENT HOTEL liTHST B?T. BROADWAY AND 6TH AVE.; M_-OST tSsvimXHT LOCATION IN N T. ^no ROf I. USE OF BATH. $1 M DAT. -no??i i-r.V ATE BATH. AND SUITES $2 UP. AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLANS. a_nd for lllu?tr?t?d map ?>f New York MM ' m T. J. MORRIS. MANAGER. "the BRAYTON," MADISON AVE . i'MRNER .7TH ST i,,i,\ entent to ?ubway and all oar line?. MOB cL?M APARTMENT HOTEL Third ?ucce??tul y?ar. Apartment? of one two. thre? ?nd four room? and bath can now b- l???ed from ?'ctober 1 transient? ?rcommo'tt?., rate? from $2 to |5f per W. M ? TUCKER. Prop. City Property to Let. ( ' , /'? , Let. | FOR RENT. NEW AMERICAN BASEMENT DWELLINGS | ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF SOUTH SIDL OF MTH ST. L Betwe?n Central Park West and Columbus Ave. ?No residences hare ever been offered for reutal in New York City oompririnsr with theaa In construction, equipment, appointments and detail. Tkcy have Ixhti designM and built with the careful attention to details of construction h given only t<> the highest class houses built for privat.? ownership. 3 ? klot s??nt on applitration. | Size. 25x85x102.2. II FIVE STORIES IN HEIGHT. These houses can be inspected by applying to Janitor at 67 W?t 73d St. For particulars inquire of CLARK ESTATE. Corner of 87th St.. No. 23S! Brc-xdwav. 5 Unfurnished Apartments to Let. THE ANSONIA, BROADWAY, 73d and 74th Sts. Apartments from Oct. 1. HOUSEKEEPING APARTMENTS. 7 ROOMS AND BATH.$2.?100 11 ROOMS AND 3 BATHS. 3.800 13 ROOMS AND 3 BATHS. 5,000 NON-HOUSEKEEPING APARTMENTS. 2 ROOMS AND BATH.$1,000-$ 1.200 3 & 4 ROOMS & BATH. 1.600- 1.800 4 ROOMS AND 2 BATHS. 2.200 SLAWSON & HOBBS, Agents, on premise?, cr 284 Columbus a?. O. E. WEBB, Resident Manager. J. ROMAINE BROWN & CO., N ."?:: Writ S^d st Tel. 5472? ,1*; h "THE FANWOOD." 112-114 EA3T 17TH ST Large, light apartment? of eight room? and bath, ?la v*.tor. 81.2O0-81.4U0. "THE WAREHAM," ?an-Stta LEXINGTON AV New apartment house of truce. f.-?ur and five rooms; housekeeping; everything modern, close to 54th ?t. car line. |aof?-8i?iO. ?THE WRIGHTLEIGH," us west bstb st Arartments of six rooms and bat.-.. ?team heated; In ronvenient section; $45-855 "THE PEMBROKE," 10-12 WEST 83D rT Apartments of eight rooms ar.d bath; elevator and all lmprov?m?nts; doaa to ' L ' station and C?*ntral Park West, surface cars. $90>>-$l,ur?>. -THE BEAUCLERE," BU S EST U*?TH ?AT High class apartments of ?even rooms and bath, elevator and all improvement?, one block from 110th st subway station; ?1.MS ?fl.88? NO. 147 WEST 66TH ST. At?artment9 of aa*** laaaBB and bath, ?team heat, open plumbing; n*ar to L" and subway stations. $45-$50 NO. 46 WEST 100TH ST. A single flat of se-en rooms an i rar h. $35 BACHELOR APARTMENTS. NO 173 MADISON AV Apartments of two to eight rooms and Dath. mcd?wn; $1.00l>-83.6iM'i NO. 22 WEST 30TH ST. Apartment of two rooms and bath, elevator, te : ??MM?. NO. 53 WEST 33D ST. Apartment of two rooms and bath. elevator, heat and $850 ALSO FINE STl DIO, $1.600. Apply to SUPERINTENDENT, en nrem'.se? or j. ROMAINE BROWN & CO.. The Fifth Avenue SOUTHEAST ."?OR. 5TH AVI3. AND 58TH ST Suites of eight and nine extra '.arge room Apartments: butler*a pantrv ?nd bath, parquet floors: handsomely deco ?ve,'. plenty large desata; all out-lde rooms; rentals, *?.si?.? to $2.100, superintendent on premise?. L.EKIOX court, 114 & 116 East 71st St. 7 AND I BOOK?. AND 2 BATHS; elevator eervice. electric lights, telephone. ?Bet RENTS 81,MO TO 81,300. Apply on premises or to CHAS. GRIFFITH fiOSES. ?Phone 4338 Cort. 141 BROADWAY. HOFFMAN ARMS. Madison Ave. and Birth St ?Housekeeping simplified; private kitch? en or restaurant service, apartments 7 to H large, sunny room?. $1.4(10 up; on? ~* MaSSss furnished; unexcelUd advantage? for refilled ,-?.'" ,2* r? ;< t^r's office. ?"it-rtfa .'HARLEtf A OERLACH. fii T it S Prop'r. THE SUSSEX^ 55 EAST 65TH ST Handsom? eight room Su;re from October or earlier; private bous* block; 8L100; Sl.iO?. ST'PERINTEND ENT. 226 CENTRAL PARK WEST. ~ CBate? wide Apartments; ?even rooms and bath: elevator, steam heat, etc E H LCDLOW * CO.. 149 Broadway. Brooklyn. ?*-i Q ST JOHN*8 PLACE.?Seven large, light r?v>ms OLD and bath; steam heat, hot water supply, rents, IBB-aSS: single apartments Instruction. Hoboken. STEVENS SCHOOL. THE ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT OF THE STEVENS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. River Street, between 6th and ?3th St?.. Hob^ken. N J . REOPENS SEPTEMBER 1STH. l?UB Registration Oay for applicants for admission on Sep? tember 13th. Examinations for admission on the 14th and 15th or Se;t^mber. .'??mplere c .urse? of study preparatory to all Univer? sities. Colleges. Schools of Science. Law and Medi'-ine. The rate of tuition tor all classe? Is $150 per year or $50 per term. Tn?r?e term? include all the studies ra catalogue? apply to the Principal of Stevens School. \<PW York 2 71ST VEAR Open? Sept ?8. TOS! I UI K < ll05_ ?,, ci^e, aasBBBBi t n?versity H?? \ * % **r*f Law School J. fttJ?&Bt* *nd Addrass L J TGMPK1NS. Sac. Washington 3q . N y School Agencies. fT*HE E, MIRIAM COTRIERE .MIENCY If? 5ih ave . X New-Y. rk cuy, makes a specialty of conscientiously furniahlng to parents full information of go..d schools and Instructors in ?II branches. Established UM*. AMERICAN AND lUKtlt.X rKACHKKs A(,tM? gappiles Professor* Teacher?. Tutor?. Govern?*., . to College?. School? and Famille? Apply to Mr? M J TQ"v ? Ft I T.>N. ?? iTpJnn Sqaar? / ??formation Wanted. *cr*?T13~TlK"E~TO^^ i 11 lives of J. Kennedy, who arrivel at New-Orleans j with three uncles from Ireland about the year 1?*47. The uncle? later ?ent West J J KENNEDY. Notary PaBaML I ?t AMA Cl h. ..?, ?_ n ~a ., A O* ? II. ?.&2? Sheridan-ave . bt. Louis. Mo. Instruction. THE 5CHOOL QUESTION ? -?, , w* __? W-O-F TOT DECIDE IT. ?-.???l^gue.s and r?iia__le Inform?t ton concerning ??1 schooi? and college? furnlahed wlthoat charge. Sew York Brao-h A_.er,?-_n School mat* flllijl ti? i 255 W 104th -r- New York City. " - | For Both Sexes?City. PACKARD ' A COMMERCIAL SCHOOL DAY AN? _rV__?X-tO. 4f_ At. _ 2Sd St. Subway -Kation at Daoa? Ail Business Branche?, Individual Instruction. A ?chool known to ?-?rrbodry fer 4rT y ?ana ?I THOROUGH work ha? no uae ?-Mini _nr "SOLICITO R. S." TmU .???Ion bocina Ttiaaday. Sept. 8? OfBoa ?_?? open for r?gi?tratlon of student?. HAMILTON INSTITUTE FOR BOYS 45 WE.??T S1..T 5 r it FET LIMIT. ?_-<>; VACANCIES FOR l??K-< 1*. HAMILTON INSTITUTE FOR GIRLS 108 V, _>T HI SI ?TKEET. IX-TT, ?ft; YA< IN' IE?. .OK ?H>__a tS_ Cata.ogues of both school? on aapl???<__?_, STAMMERING" And similar nervous affection? of speech ?m ceasful methods devla?d and practised by phya-clas tar Beany year?. S_9il or call for 'Causes and Tl nenn?? at Stammering." F- A BRYANT. M. D.. 02 Weet 40th ?_. THE -.EKI_rr_ SCHOOL OF LANG TA ?B-, Maciton Square 11.123 B way). Brooklyn. 73 Court to. Teachers ?ent to placea within hundred mllee. Brooklyn. PRATT INSTITUTE, 215 Ryerson St., BROOKLYN. N. Y. Day tnoMOm Open SEPTEM3ER 23. Evening Classes Open SEPTEMBER 27. For catalogue giving full particulars, address FREDERIC P PRATT. S?v?retary. For Both Sexes?Country. rpHE GROSZMaNN ?'"HOOL. -or N-rvous and Atypl JL cal Children, situated on the Wat:-:-.ur_g Mountains; 300 fe*?t eleva -. Drive. Plair.ftell. N?w-J?_?_ey. CHILDREN'S HOME SCHOOL ? Counrrv; $13 to J_R B-oatkly. Mrs. I :NH._M. Harruon. Sew York. _ For Young Ladies?City. KINDERGARTEN TRAINING.?Opons Sept. 11 Tna Scholarsnipa ltd.; ind'et? ?arly registration. Frobel Norro?i Ins:. Z. A. CL'TTEX, 48 Irving PL. N. T. For Young Ladies?Country. Academy of Saint Joseph-in-the-Pines, ERENTWOOD. N T. The Acsd?-T of St. Joseph. ? Boarding School for Tons* Ladle?, is pleasantly located In the fin? Region of T_??g Island. The Curvi-ulum .ir.-race? th? Primary. Grammar. Academic and Post-Graduate grade? Special Student? rr,_\ par-Q? 'Ir tu? studies In English. Mathenaattoa. Foreign __--_:u_._.ea, Voca? ana l_ui_n___at__ Music, flu? lni. r'uint.ng. etc. Studies will b? r?_um?d Monday. Septemtxr Uth. _E_-OX_.Y __klV<-__r_l_-.X_JBk Collegiate Institute for -'.ris, conducted by School Sisters _f Notre Dame. Catalogue on application. Fort Lee. N J._ Th? Mia??? Tewke-bury'? Schoel?A School for atria tinder sixteen years of age. In htatoric Weetc-caeter Cour.tv, ?ixtv minute-?' rid. from New York City. Wri_e for catalogue. BrUrclllt Manor. N. T. For Boys and Young Man?City, |0_J| UNTV-ERSITT OF TBW lOAC lO-l STATE OF NEW YORK. iTV? Fordham Urviversity (ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE. FORDHAJ-) 190th Si. & 3d Ave.. New York C?tf\ FOR BOARDING AND DAT ST-DENT-, Classical and Non-Classical Courses. Co.legiate. Academic and Preparatory ?TIDIES RESUME? W__X. SETT. 13THL St. John's Hall, a separata preparatory for vounger hoja. Military dril! by T*. S. Army -Sa?K At_l?t!o FU04 and Gymnasium. Law Department OPEN Medical Dept. Sept. 23, Re?. JOHN J. COLLINS. 9. J.. PiWl F.rdriam. New York City. TRI-CVITY SCHOOL, 13?. 147 West ?1st ?t. FU-AU-tD lTiiti. PRIMAP.T. GRAMMAR. AND HIGH Si'HcJliU< VT. PREPARE- FOR ... MANHATTAN COLLEGE Cki-sHa? Brother?. Boarding and Day Sc.-i_.aaa, Br>ad?av _? IOIRSES LEADING TO _k A. O B. S. Engineering. Madera L_B?n?g?-?. General ?tele-re. FrdagogU-ai ?aU t'omriterrlal lunrwt: also a Preparatory ?rpurtmenl. Reopen? Sept. 11. BROTHER E..U' \i BERKELEY SCHOOL, NE W YORK founded iated 190? High?I ?.ton won by Berkeley boya in si___t__-__u;> and athletics. School reopen.. September 27th J. CLARK READ. Ke-Utrar. T2d St. _r._ W .?: Etui A??. DE LA SALLE IKSTITTT OnnUl I'ARK S.'LTH. N.IV YOBB CITT. ' Coadarted by tk* Chrt?t__? Bre?-?SS . .i*? * .\-m-l Seno?! for boarder? .- Da C"ntifl0__S4.. Milit?rs Drill. ?r?-?*?? "IS?-?-.1 *,I'""r liR-THER F?->V Teachers. W -ANTED. ?."-**?? L? _nd?.. a.ea-iag MM r