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A ' skviiew tiik niK.tno
path is a uiiir.i- fttttt,
g, f.lrnrl'ilni Inroiinlto It loom Mlok.
Isas, id WIW prnil it Tfnr In Karons
Itefor lit1 Rett.... lo th I hnv-rr Klns
lfp, ffe Wit Here Twelve 1'estr. to.
Trlncn Yorllill'i Komatsu of Jnrinn. Brsud
lphW"f the Mlkmlo. is at tho Wlndtot llo
,). rrmca M. 8. Nimusakl, Minlnter o( Ora
bjobIci 'or v'" Knuiaror or Triiiim, MCOmthV
-Ictths Imparlal I'rince. Tito Mr:in(i tr
the only other member! or the putty.
l'rlnoa Knmatau Is 28 rears old ami Is r !.
looklM. "8 ' "boUt " feot .'I Inches tall.
,1th a slim, wlrr Ptvet (lKnre. IIIh hnnds and
feet are vorr email. His head is Inruo. Ho
hat small brown eves, a sni.iil no. firm chin,
thin lit and a dainty black moustache. Ills
Ycloi' is low and suit.
The PrlBM wore a blaek culawar coat with
lore tills aiul a waleteoat or I ilack adorned with
marvellous fle'iro In stiver and lilue and pur
pl and gold. His shirt wax whlto. ae were his
eollaiand tie. Tho collar was very hlith. very
(tiff, and very tight The troisors wcro of a
Javender hue. and hit stockings were tdack.
With stars of silver, moons of gold, splashes of
blue, dashes of rod, touches of purple, and
freckles of pink eplattered all over them. Ixw
stit patent-leathnr shoes, small enough for the
foot of a good-sized doll, allowed the stockings
room to alilne.
The Trlni'e left Japan on Aug 4. He Is trav
elling Incognito under tho name of Count
Jlhliima. A year ngo tho l'rliue woe married,
' E'I when the Kmporor ordered him to go
'.. ahroad ho was not allowed to take his wife.
The rrlnce spent throe days In Chicago, He
I eaves, this morning for Washington, whero
le will stay until next week, when he will re
turn to this city and sail for Kurope. He
ipoctH to return to Japan next August, after
J (riding the year travelling and studying In
This is the second visit of the I'rince to this
eltr. In 1N81 he was here on his way to study
at the Greenwich Naval School, Hngland. After
Jvo years there he went to a l'lonch naval
Iicadeniy. where he staved four years. Then
le returned to Japan and hammc a Lieutenant
n tho royal navy. He streaks English with
"The Exposition Is very fine, ho eald. but
our stay there was too short to allow us to see
all that was there. The Japanese exhibit is
very satisfactory. "
when asked about Chicago, ha said: It Is
the city with the Kxposltlon in It New York
Is superior. This Is a much busier elty. more
life, more activity, and more solidity."
Miitsuhito. the Kmporor. Is 41 years old. His
! on is 1 'J years old. Prince Yorlhlto Komatsu
t In the line ot succession after this son. The
.nioeror. according to oustom. is paying part
f the expenses of the Prince's present trip.
Tlir. 7IJIOOKMW ins A.
BfnTnr Hood. Replica to Mhewiiiup Snap
nril'B Attack on Onr Mister City.
Lawyer Edward M. Hhopard's recent article
fn the Forum, entltlod "The Brooklyn Idea of
City Government." has elicited a rejoinder
from Mayor Boody.
T "Do you know." he asks Mr. Shepard. "that
this oity of your manhood, which you so eager
Brand ahnnieleasly malign. Is one of the most
Interesting cities ot the world ? Nowhere can
bo found such a record as ours for morality and
limine virtues. Nowhere has the bench been
(domed with purer jurists. Nowhere haa the
fenlplt been represented by greater eloquence
for grander moral powers. Nowhere does there
exist a leaa sensational press. Nowhere la the
municipal government administered at less
fcost per capita.
"Brooklyn is not a rich city. Her location
liesidi) a greater city which contains the great
xohanges ot finance., trade, and commerce
prevents this. But Brooklyn is great in pos
sessions which CHnnot be bought and sold.
She Is strong In the intelligence and recog
nized oharaoter of her citizenship. "
Mr. Boody gives this thrust to the leaders of
the Mugwump and Anti-Snapper forces In
" Many centuries ago there were men who
mote their breasts and gave thanks that they
were not as other men: but they did not visit
the sick, or feed the hungry, or clothe tho
naked. Buch men continue to exist, but I
So not believe that they have been anymore
successful in establishing good government
than they have been In elevating human char
acter." He thus defends his course In conducting
his adralnls.trn.tlon on party lino:.. .
" Tho election was a square contest between
the two parties In which my opponent ran
ahosd of his ticket and made a record which
tie may always be proud of. After such an
lection for me to bavo attempted to adminis
ter the government on the lino of an inde
pendent policy would have heen as much a
violation of honor as for a Presidential elector
to ignore the implied obligation to vote for a
Certain candidate for President"
THti rJtIZi; BEAUTY'S OHIKVASCB.
Mr. Cmeeurlat Hesjan Tnlklna; About Her t
Mllford Bad Han Kept It l'r. SJ ha Ham.
Miss Alloa Ella Footo of 53 Bohenek street.
Brooklyn, who won a prize beauty contest un
der the name of "Queen Hess.'1 and Is accused
Of threatening to horsewhip young Alfred
Gilchrist made a statement yesterday of her
reasons for a resort to the horsewhip.
"Mr. Gilchrist" she said, "waa boarding
With my mother at Mllford. Pa., this summer,
nd he made himself obnoxious whenever an
Occasion .presented Itself. One night wo all
went out for a riilo. While going along tho
road one of the axles of the wagon broke, and
we adjournod to tho village while the men
Oxen the wagon.
"That night we reached home about 11
o'clock. I Immediately retired, and my mother
set about doing some housework. Not long
nfterward I was called down stairs. In tho
room were my mother and Mr. Gilchrist
lie had told her somothlng about me which
wa not true. Now. I understand, he has teen
going among my lady friends telling tho same
story. If I ever catch him doing so again I
will horsewhip him just as sure as 1 am alive.
"I have a number of brotnors who would
thrash him on sight only they are afraid ot
being arrested. But I will take it out ot their
hands and do it myself."
Netvn or the IVttvr.
Washington. Sept. 0.-The oruiser Balti
more Is now at Tompklnsvllle. S. I., taking on
board ammunition for her cruise, and she will
depart thence in a day or two for the Mediter
ranean, with directions to go to China, via tho
Bues Canal ami the Red Kea. So fur as the
suspicion that the Baltimore may go to Hono
lulu is concerned, it can be said that the iov
er in. nt Is satlsllod with the strength of Its
naval fores in Hawaiian waters, and thnt no
more men-of-war are needed there. The Bos
ton and the Adams are now at Honolulu, and
the Philadelphia Is due there In about two
weeks, with orders to relieve the Boston and
allow that vessel to proceed to Sun Fruncisco.
The United Btetes steamer Kearsurge and
the old monitor Nantucket the vessels that
had sotbrllling an experience off CapeHat-
ieras during last week's hurricane, loft the
iorfolk Navy Yard yesterday for Wilmington,
I. C, where tho Kearsarge will be utilized for
fourdays by the North Carolina naval reserves,
and the Nantucket turned over to the authori
ties of that State for permanent use by the re
serves. The damage to the Nantucket hns
been repuired. and the little vessel is now In
food condition for sea service.
l'Hii 'I" i I'm v. Sept. Ik The Government Is
le.w In full possession of the cruiser New
York. Although the vessel went into commis
sion some time ago. she was not wholly com
I'letcii. ,-ui'l ilm "'limn -, have since been put
ting on the llnlshiin: touches. This morning
the cruiser left the ship yard ami went to
the League Islund Navy Yard, where ('apt.
Philip Hi iiiiii.in.iiii ..flleer. on behalf of
the Government, gave Cap!. Snrgoant who
represented the builders, a receipt for "one
completed ship." The New York will remain
at the navy yard for a week taking on small
stores, ammunition, small gun-, and coal pre
caratory to her first cruise, nnd will then
leave for New Virk The officers do not know
where the ship will ho ordered from the latter
The New Kerenue (utti-r Hudson.
The new revenue euttor Hudson arrived yes
terday from tho shipyard of lilalogue S. Wood at
Camden, and tied up at her slip, east of the
Barge Office. Vnlike the other revenue cut
ters, she is a steel steamer, painted white,
With triple expansion engines, she is nearly
twice as fast as the old wooden, tug-sugges-'v.?oi-utterH
Waehlugton and Cliiiudler. She
isHHfeet long and cost 3&,oOO. She will bo
used by the hoarding officers at Quarantine in
place of the Washington, (apt. Shoemaker or
the Itmenue Marine will hnvn oliarge of her.
and veteran Jumes Brudlo) will bo her pilot
r-ul. i,i, ol JCudnlpb II.,... . .
Iludolph Bauer, a German. 4,r years old. of
2.'ll Centra street, took a dose of Paris green
early on Tuesday night and died yesterduy
morning at 4 :eX 1 o'clock. He told his wife that
ne had taken the poison, but die did not be
lieve him. About :i o'clock in the morning ho
Wi'se her up and told her to get a doctor, as
he was dying. A doctor was summoned, but
It wajtoo late to save Bauer. Bauer had been
ut e eniplurinont for four years.
momnrn ojt thkir m-nniso rvvtt.
Th antdatrlnn or Ronton t.oe Their Cash
l Ni-.irlv AH Their letrrlry.
Albert Goldstein Is the proprietor of a lunch
room at Id) Hnlam - street Boston. Last
Thursday Mr. Goldstein wasjnanlcd. Heand
his wife mine to this city on Friday on Uiclr
honeymoon. Thev wont to stop with Nnlhan
and Ettht Glisten, at 07 Norfolk street, who
wcro Mends (r Mr Goldstein. On (he day ')
was married Ooldsteln gave to his wife n gull
wstrh. a diamond ring, and a pair of pendant
earrings. Mrs. Ooldsteln brought tbOM with
her to this oil v. together with a :1c diamond
engagement ring.thowholo value I at $'300. Mr.
Ooldstoln kept the rings anil $2.MI In cash In
a satchel, along with hie wife's clothing. When
Mrs. Goldstein opened the satchel yesterday
morning she discovered that the ;iuvelrv and
money wore missing. The Gllstnns. t. had
disappeared. Mrs. Goldstein nt once told her
husband or the loss,
Mr. Goldstein went to the Eldrldge street
fiollce station nnd 1 u I Sergeant John I'. Her
Iny of the robbery. Detectives Foley and
tilennongot a warrant for the arrest of Mr.
and Mrs. Gilston from Justice llyaii In the
Kssex Market Police Court. Mrs. Goldstein
wept nnd walled In court. Mrs. Glisten was
arrested near her house. While the detectives
yore taking her to the station house. Nathan
Miller. 2i years old. or H7 Norfolk street, ap-
Sroached the Goldsteins, who were with tho
etectlves. and promised the return of holf the
stolen property if they would not prosecute
the Oilstone. Miller followed the detectives
Into tho station houso, where ('apt. Devery at
once recognised him as an ex-convict and
ordered his arrest
Justice Ilyan remanded both Mrs. Gilston
and Miller until this morning. The pollco ex
pect to have Mr. Gilston In court to-day. Mr.
ooldsteln has $;i..r in ensh left and his watch,
whlnh might be accepted by a pawnbroker as
assets for a :io liability.
WAST .until nitsinu : TO PAT.
Bat He Nv the Estate or Htn Former I.nvr
Partner In Indebted to Him.
A deraurror has been Interposed by ex-Judge
Charles Donohue of the Supreme Court to an
action brought against him by John Collins to
recover $1H,000 on an unpaid judgment against
the estate of Welcome It. Beebe. former law
partner of Mr. Donohue. Tho firm of Beebe A
Donohue was dissolved by the doath of Beebe
by a railroad accident In May. lHS-. Mr. Beebe
died Insolvent, and among tho claims against
his estate was the Collins judgment. It is
sought by Collins to make Donohue give an
accounting of the firm of Beebe .V Donohue.
It Is doclared that Donohue has received two
fees aggregating Sfln.K'J'J since tho death ol his
partner from firm business. In which tho Beebe
estate should share.
The demurrer states that a good cause of
action is not presented, as suoh a claim should
be pressed by the estate. Henry M. Beebe.
sole surviving son and holr or Welcome II.
Beebe. is nominally maxlo a del. n hint. Judge
Donohue says the Beebe estato owes htm.
Twenty ttwettt Nhope Hurned Tp.
Fire was dlscoverod at 4:30 o'clock yester
day morning in the seven-story building at 47.
40. and 51 Plko streot Three alarms wore
sent In at first and two moro a short tlmo af
terward. While the firemen were at work the
east wall ot the building fell In with a roaring
crash and a cloud of sparks. The top floor of
80 Monroo street and 158 Madison street
caught tire, and for two hours the firemen had
about all they could do. Whou the east wall
fell It crashed through the roof of (53 Pike
streot but no one was hurt. The burned
building was owned bv Morris Levi, a real es
tate broker of :i'J7 Fast Fifty-Seventh street
It was occupied by about twenty sweat shops,
and nearly L600 people wore employed there.
The lose to the large building is variously es
timaiew at from i-7'i.'hiO to v.si.niiu. wlme the
losses foot up a, total ot nearly $150,000.
Has it Bill Asnlnnt Mine McGrnth.
Annette F. McGrath. whoso reported mar
riage to Charles F. Bates, tho horseman, has
been denied by Mr. Bates, has been directed
to appear for examination in supplementary
proceedings before Judge Ehrlich of the City
Court next Monday. In is. '1 she kept a horse
and cartnt the livery stable of John Odell. nt
l'-'VUi streot and Seventh avenue, ami ran up a
bill ot $Ha Judgpient was taken against her
on default about two years ago by J. II. Mc
Cormaok of Philadelphia, on an assignment of
the claim, for $77. Including costs. She did
not pay. and the judgment was mnrked uncoi
loctfble by the S.hjMlft The recent publisher
stories about her aoriuaintcd the creditor with
her whereabouts. The bill was charged 1 her
as Miss McGrath. although contracted after
the alleged marriage.
A (OMI'LETE VKi: OlAUANTEEU
In from two to (1v week..
No cb-rga for fonaltllon or examination.
No detention from bualncaa or itleaaur.
No operation, pain, or daotccr. liltflieut rtferaneeft.
Call or tend for pampblot,
KAIUCAL Rl'PTl'KE dlti: CO.,
Sft? Hroadway. Kntrmncr on 17ih nt.
Office- hotiri, HA. M. to 6 T. M.; Tuesday and Friday
evening!, 1 to &
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER MADE HV THE HON.
I.KONAHU A UlkOERI'!!. ono of the Judsai of tho
lourt of Common I'lens for tbe city and comity or KflW
York, ou the 1st day of September. t". notice u boTO
'" K'ven to alt tbe creditors nnd irson bavin,: claims
tfaiiini Ambrose 6now and Alfred 1) Snow, lately
dutDtf business In the city of New York undr-r (In- urm
UAiiiti of Snow A Hurtress. eltbrr individually or as co
partners, that they Art required to prektit thtirclaims
witb vouchers tberefor. duly verified, to tbe subscriber.
t:.-' duly appointed assignee of said Ambrose hnow and
Alfred I. Snow, individually and as copartner, for tbe
be oe (it of creditors, at iits piac or tramtm ting bust
noss. So. 1 Hanover square. New York city, ou ur before
tbe -htii day of Novembfr IH'A,
.lAMKS MoVTIIXUM, Assignee.
GEO. A BLACK. Attorney for Assignee,
44 1'iiir st.. New York city.
p03T OFFICE NOTICE.
(Should bo read DAILY by all Interested, as changes
ma.- occur at any time.)
Letters for forvlgu countries need not be specially
ad'ireSHed for despatch by any particular ni-am-r ex
cept when it Is desired to send duplicates of banklug
and commercial documents, :. 1 1 . : not apt-cmily ad
dressed being sent by the tuMit-ht vessels n m .! r..
Foreign iniills for the week endiiik' sept, n mil close
(PKOMlMLY in all casus; ;it ihi- olllcu ns follow :
Til U HMD AY. At 19 H iu,p.cui.tuarv l Ju . M.) for
I i i.iD'l, pur -.( iin.-nip Augusta u-(orin, via
hoilbamptoii and Hamburg, at 1 F M .;;
liieutary 1 liO I M.) lor NASAl'. N. I'., per s(eau,
ibip Aiitilia. at II. M. for M-.l UBRLaVdh direct,
pel fcteamship Didam. via Kuiierduui (letteri must
It dliectt'd "per Uidani";; at 1 P M (mipt'le
uieiilary 1 ::tO P. It) for ST. IIIOMAS, 8T CROIX,
mid HTNDWAllD ISLANDLv. per slsamship Marti
an (letters for Grenada. Trinidad, mil Tobago
must be directed " per Wadionai. " at HP. M. iur
Bl.L'hFIKLDts; per steamship uusslu. from New Uv
rRIHAnV.-At Hi80 P. M. for NKWFOLNULANIJ, per
teamcr from Halifax.
fiATllfDA..-At 1 A. M. for FRANCE. SWITZER
LAND 11ALV. SPAIN. PORTl'UAL. and Tl KKM.
ner steamship La Cbampagn.- iii,i., nt l3tlS0
A M. for EC HOPE, per i-leamshlp 1 mhna. Ma
uiieensiown (letters for Germany, frame. HWltief
land Italy. Spaio. Portugal, and Turkey must he
directed -per Cmhrla"); at2.;i'A.M for N ETHER
LANDS direct, per steamship Veendam. via Ketttr
dam (letters must be directed per . i.,m ,,
at II A W tur GERMANY direct, per sltMin
hhiii saale. via Rretueu (letters for other
narts of Europe, via Miutbamptou and Hremeu,
inu.t be directed "per "; ai ii a i ror
CAMPEt HE, CHIAPAS. TAltASCG. and YVi ATAK,
oer steamslnp Saratoga iletterx for other MexUau
States and Cuba UlUl be directed "per Saratoga1
at II AM forHAVTI. ilMANA. and CARl'PANO.
ner steamship Prlns Maiirits (letters for other V.n
. i;. . -ii ports ami lor Curacoa. Triuidid. Hritishand
ljimii t.uiana must be directed Mper fluci Mmi-
i.ls'i at 11 K- ' (suppleiueuiarylliWi A M for
FORTUNE HLAND and JAMAH A, per steHinshlp
Aletin (letteri tor Jarmel ami AUX'L'ayei; must i.
direced Pr Alene"). at 11 A.M. f.rNuKWAV
direct per steamship IMtla (letters must be dl
rv.ted 'per llekia"). i 1 P M. foi INA..C a. (Ji
VAlVEi ST MARC. PORT DK PAI. and CAPK
IIAYTI per steamship El Callao; at ' p M f,,r
hCOlLAM'due. t, iier steamship t Ity of Rome, via
Glasgow (letiMre must be dlrelad p,r i ity of
Koine "); at P. M for olAil-MALA, ner steam
sbii Flambonmgh. from New Orleans, at it p M,
for LA PLATA COINIRIKS dll jL Mr steamship
WarerlVl ut :i P H tor Al sTRaLIa ..hi ii.
WAIIAN 'ihLAM'S. per steamer from ancouver ilut
tors must bo directed ia Vuucou ver ' .
MailM for China and Japan per steam-hip China trrom
Aan PraiiPiscoi. close here dally up tu ept Hat
II '10 P M Mail" for AU-iralU. New Zealand,
Hatvisi'Un Fiji, and amo.tn Islands, jm r st siiistiip
Alameda (rrom San Francisco), dose here dftfly up
to"pl.D'- D80P M tnrou arritalat New York
of teainsbiu l-.lruria with Rntub inaiV for Austra
n'iii HeUleforlbe Hawaiian islands, persi.umship
Australia ffrom f-aii nci), close here daii) up
to sept. 4 " W V M. Matls f-r tt.e society
Islands per ship lropic Rird (from san Irauciscu),
close hers dally up to Sepi. J4 at ll;3o P. M. Mails
for t'lilua Japan. Haall. ami Ati-uaim via Van
couver tsaeeiallv addressed only) close at ihiaomre
dallv at 180 P M Halle lor Newfoundland. ,Y ,(lll
to Halifax, and tnsuce b steamer close at Hit .
olliedail at S:8'i P M Mail for Mlqin ..,n, hy rail
to Ronton, and thence by steamer cb no tt, ln
Offlce daily ' H ' ' M Mai1 Cor ( "l" '" rail lo
Tampa Pia.. and thence by steamer (aiiiug fiu
davs uud Thursdays!, close a( ibi uitice rlailv at
- :k A. M Mails lor Mexico, overland unle.i pe
ciail addressed for ileepatch by sli-amer close at
this nilice daily m ;t 00 A M,
TraiiB-PsoIiic mails are forwarded to sun Francti, it
dalle and the schedule of closing It Arranged on the
i . 11.I-O..U of their uninterrupied overlai. i uhusK to
San Francisco Maiietrom iha Eri arriving o TiMK
at -sii Francisco on Ihu day of eslling ol te ttuers are
desiiao had tleiue the same da
rfegUtrrad mail coses ai i on P .. in lui i -ia '
1 nira hupp.ementury IransiHanlio Mail- ireopr-e-i
Oil t lie piers of the Aiiierni.ii riUg lI. I leiliu, UlnJ I
Gt.rui.iu steamers at the hour ! loiOg ! h-ipide !
men tar y Mans at the Postoibc.-. winch remain upon i
until within Ten Minutes of Ills llflur "t lalilhj t
steamer. ujfARLKs w HAVTON. P..tiuaaier '
Poel Ottlee, Wew York, '. . osat. i, ia-s.
1 laoficiTop APPLICATID.N roR APPRAllAU
iiihlir notice Is hereby givn that tt Is tbe Intention
ol the Counsel mtbe ( nrf oration of the City ot New
Von. "i rniilte nppiHatton to the supreme Court for oe
appointment Oi Commissiotiers ot Appraisal under
i nupler 14 i nt the Laws of lWI
Httch atplir.iiii'Ti w ih tin in n. i M a S;c at Trrrn of
said i "in to be bu!d in the second .In Hnal tlstrict, at
ii ii' 1 House in White Plains. W estcliesier County,
on the i :n ..ft of October, i ' tit lu o'clock in ' "
forenoon, or at soon ihereattt-r as counsel enn be
heard i ' i- ' or mnti nj plunti'Mi I- tti obtain an
Ot 'er f the CotTt ;i r;.i: ng tlilce disitttrresled an I
competent freeholders, one of Viotn stall rrnde in
the i nuniy of New mfi . :ind the other i v-' of whom
sb'GI rrsblo Id til" COtint V 111 which Ihe rr.l etaie
Ii-reuinitcr derenbod is stttial'rt, r In an adjolQIOR
county, ni n,ih -hi. m r oi Afiprniaai t" aacartaln
i' ud appra'e the- compensation ti be in ads io thoovn
are oi nnd all r . v Intrrettad in the real a
hi remitter described. s proi oed to liftnUnur ;tf
reeled for ih. purpose of proi 'iincfor ibi- RanHarr
protectior: or the soiines oi the ': siily of (he
City of New Tofk,
I he real estnte sought to be taken or nfle. trd ns
eloresaid lf located in llm lottnol attU'l, Puinain
Conntv. New York, nnd is laid out and indicated una
f'iM'ti map dated Aug. 24 lHliiv
Mgned and rerliiled by Mir-hncl T. Dalv. ( oinnili
siouer 'f Public oiki. nod oe-igo V4. Hirdsaii. Chief
Kiiguieeroi tho i rnton Aquednut, entitled, Hepari
nii nt ol Pu'iiic Works. City of New York, map of lamN
in tho Town of Cnriuel, t onnt) of 1'otnstii, and stale or
Nen York, the use or condition of hlch does or niny
Itijurinusl) atlect tbe sources of tbe Mntor eupnly or
New Yiirg illy, proposed to he taken or affected by the
Mayor. Aiderint u. ami Commonalty of New York City
in providing for thesamtarv piotectionof the water
supply ol oald city under the provisoes of Chapter I8H
of tbe l.awsol 1018,' nlildi said map as tiled in tho
office of thu Count) Clerk ol Puinain Coun'yoo tilt
-'.ih day of August, 1 1. .;. and a copy or duplicato
tbrreof is n. un hie In the ofllce of the Conimis-foiier
it Piibdo Works of the City of New York at No. 81
Chambers Street, in said city
The following is a description of the real estato
sought to he taken or in winch nu Interest Is sought to
be acquired, as shown by said map
All those lots or paresis ot real estate In the town of
Carmel, ruth. nu county, which are shown on said
map. and which taken together constitute and torm a
tract ineHided wiinln the following external line
Heginning at a p int where the north side ot the road
leading from TnivU t orners to Carmel It Intersected
by the east line of Parcel No, ar. Reservoir 1," and
running thence along the north side of snul road tbe
following courses and distances: South (14 degrees '' '
minutes 80 aeconds, east 381 bit feet, north 71 degrees
68 minutes 80 seconds, east 11.4 feet, south TO degiets
.! nitnutea 80 eiconda, east iii. feet, somh So
degrees 88 ipinntee, cast 146.86 feet, south s3 da
gre.s HI minutes 80 secidids, east 10LO feet, north n4
iiftrt e (1 minute .MOneconds. east 47 88 ,,M ' north hi
degrees 58 minutes 80 secotitls, eant l!4l 18 feet, north
Ml degrees -t minutes, east -'ii .. feet, north 81 di
grees4H minutes 8o seconds, east H8.6U leet; thence
north 1! degrees "i mluoie. weit i -1 feet, thence
south 80 degrees J2 minutes, eaii 171.48 feet; thonce
eolith 7u degrees ,".7 mini tes 80 secuiids, eastoOfeet,
Ihenot north! degrees .'I 111 111 U tat, cant A6.V7 fort,
north 10 iiegree .v, minutes, cant 28.8 fe. I, north :
tlegtt-cs 4U tuinules DO secomK cast 80 UJ feci, and
south 7.1 degrees 48 mniut. -a, east 1-0 OO leet to the
went side of Kim st , thence across Kim st , south si
degrees 88 minutes 80 seconds, east .'!( feettotbe
- ,i- i sble ol . ii l street; thence along the same,
north lo degrees 36 nunutea 80 seconds, enst ''i' i i
fee(, thence m;.i southeasterly direction about 1 16 feet,
thence south Xi degrees :tf lulnulu-, east S'.' ItG feet.
thence smith tf ,-t "' minutes 80 seconds, uest
106.08 feet, thence south H4 degrees 38 minutes 80
seconds, east UU.08 leet to the We-t aldO of Main St..
thence along tbi same tbe following courses and die
tanuee. south : r)efreet46 minutes .to aeconda, west
41 iik reel. oiith fi degrees 38 minutes, treat sHLVOiOOt,
South 4 ilegreeslKl milltlteS. West 63 88 feut, lOUtlt 4 tie-
grecs JO minutes BO eeeonda, west 31.83 feet south 7
dcgret'B ;'7 minutes ;'.' second I, west 33.87 feet,
south J degrees 17 minutes 80 seconds, west 38.66
leet, soi-.th 1! ilcgreen 12 minutes 80 seconds. wst
4H.IK) feet, and ttoutb 2 degreen 68 mluutea BO seconds.
treat 76.00 feet to the northwest corner ol Pond and
Ham stt , ihenoe south ."! degrees 2- lUintltOI I'O sec
ontls, east 73 77 feet to the notitlnaet corner of said
street, thence along the east aide of sunt Main sL (or
i.l'h-'i in av,). tho following course and distance:
South 3 degrees 01 minute, we-t 0...Ol feel; couth 'J
degree 61 minutes, west Uf03 feel; houth -decrees
1U minutes 80 seconds, west 80.03 feet south, eolith 3
degrees 47 minutes 80 seconde, west 88.08 feet; smitti
2 degrees 2H minutes 80 xeconds. u-t 171 06 feet;
so'ith 1 degree 68 tuinutes ;ti.i seiouds, west 77 01 feet;
south 3 degrees 80 minutes. West 140 12 feet;
south 1 degree : " minutes, test 838 feet;
south 1 degree 43 minutes, west 18.0 feet;
south 1 degree 6 minutes, west 00.01 ;
eo .Mi. 1 degree 41 minutes, west 81.0 leet south l de
gree 08 minutes, west 68 0 feet, to the northeast corner
i ot tho Uefore-iueiitioiit'd Main St., and a road It adl'ig
from Brawetera to Carmel. thence louthO degreea6i
mlnuii'S 80 seconds, west 24.47 feet, to n poluionthe
Kitst mde of i ii' llnrte Pond ro.nl. thence south 38 de
grees 2U minutes, west 187.86 feet, to the w est side of
the (- f i .ih'ir l"ii. . Main st . thence al ur the samo
the lollow'ltig courses and distance: South 2U degrees
2M miuutes 3 ecconds. west l.'i'.iv; feet, south 25 de
grees 16 mtnuiee 80 seoondi, west 61.07 feet.
south 27 degrees f8 tnlnulet. west 244. hit fee.
south 2."j dejrreef oo minutes, west io2.r3 feet, south
24 degrees i -s minutes 80 seconds, west 1808 feet,
south 4S degrees 88 minutes 30 seconds, west K 54
feet, south 37 tlegreta 07 minutei ;to seconds, wt
2hil.0.i feet, south -'7 degrees 81 mlnuten, tvest 188.01
feet, thence south i2 degreeH 38 luinutes east lo ihu
west property line of the New i ork and Northern Hail
road, tht-nce along the west and Booth linos of eame
in a southerly and westerly diroction. until the same
is intersected hy the S"U(b line of tbe road leading
from "rafts to Carmel. thence along the same the fnl
lowlng courses and distances: South '; degree oa
minutes, west 143.37 feet, south hi degrees 30
I tniutites. west 2OO.20 feet, smith H'2 degrees G4
nunutea 30 seconds, west 136 I feet, south si de-
tcrees 83 minutes, west 203 27 feel, thence still eon
. tiuulng along thu tamo lti a southwesterly direction
until it la intersected by the north line of Parcel No. 2,
Heservoir "I," thence along die same north 63 de
grees 22 minutes treat, until it is intersected by the north
piopertaa line of thu New-York and Northern Railroad,
theuce along the same in a nriheasterl direction about
25 feet, thence north 33 degrees 6 minutes 3( seconds,
west 582 77 feet, thence noit h -P degrees 18 minutes,
eat7P7.0 fefit, tht-nce north 23 degree 31 minutes,
east B83 35 feet, thence north 23 degrees 81 inioutes,
eaetMHtt.77 feet, thence north IU degree 0 nunutea,
east U:mj..02 feet,, Uitnce north 13 degrees :'-'. min
in e6 ':;',? s'urouds. east 741.0 feet to tUo west line
of Parcel So. 34, Kenervoir " 1," thence along the eamo
south 24 degrees 40 minutes east 607.11 feet to Ibe
easterly line of said parcel, thence along tbe east and
south lines of same, and the shore line of Lake Gietiei
do, the following eouri.es and distances: N rti: lh ile-
greea i iutoirea3o eeoonda, easiiA'i feet, n mi; h
degrees 21 minutes, east -'Mi feet, north 13 degrees 10
mill :'-.. east 23.0H feet, north 5 degrees 83 minutes,
west 40.92 feet, north 4 degrees 07 minutes, east 23.54
feet, north io degrees 41 minute, east 80.8
feet, north li degrees 25 nunutea. enn 38.O0
feet, north 2 degrees 13 mmutea 30 seconds.
east 10 4',i feet, north 41 degrees Ol minute 30
eeoonds, eaat 2ti. feet, north 45 degrees 47 minutes,
east 3ll.71 feet, south 52 degrees 2 minutes .hi see
oii'l , east 18.81 feet, south 8 degree 53 minutes, west
is. 44 fee. north 113 degreea 30 minutes, east3'3
feet lo tbe south lino of Parcel No 85. Keservoir '!',
thence alotig the aame the following courses and dis
tances: south 74 degrees 31 minuw s. east 22 36 feet.
south HI degrees 31 minutis 3u -. c .n-i-. ,- 7U.83
feet, sontti 61 degrees 47 minules. east 80.0t feet,
south 12 degrees 20 minutes 30 seconds, east 36.81
feet, and south 52 degr - 40 minutes, east 80.81 feet
to the east line of said Parcel No. 35 thence along the
same north ltt degrees 5M minutes 80 aeconds, ea.t
243.92 feet to tho point or beginning
The real estate within the ahove boundaries includes
all parcels shown on tbe said map. numbered 1 to it4,
bo tu inclusive, all of which are to be aoqalrod In fee,
except parcels tt, 7, 0. II, lti, 17. 1m. and 5il inclosed
within tile vreen lines in which the interest nr estate
eel fortli in the htatemeut attached to the map is to be
tho ! I; '. lu- Interest or estate will be acquired in
the pnrci is show-n on the map inchmed withtn tho
green lines, viz : Each and all of said parcels shall he
subjected to tin mad to comply with the rules And
regulations of the Male Board of Health ol the :i.'.
of New York, as adopted March 15, 1880, a copv of
winch said rules ami regulations Is attached to said
Ihe compliance with such rules and regulations will
he made a condliiou running with the title o the said
property, and such ru:es and regulations shall he car
ried out and maintained under the dire-Hon. inspec
tion, and supervision, and to the satixfaction of the
Commissioner of Public Works of ihu city of Svvr
In all cases where streets or hlghwayn are acquired
they wnl he leit i pen lor public travel forever, and no
change made in length, width, or grade of name
Reference I hereby made to tli same in.in. Illed a
aforesaid, nt the ofllce of tbe louniv Cera f said
county, for a more detailed description of tbe real
e-taie io he taken or adecled.
Hated New York city, Aug. 38. 181'3.
WILLIAM II cr.Aits.
Counsel io the Corporation.
No 3 Triou row",
New ork ci:jr,
TskJOTU'lTilP APPLICATION FOR APPUALSAL.
Public notice it beroby given (but It is the Intention
o; the counsel to the Corporation or the eity of sw
York to make application to Ibe supreme Court for tbe
appi intmeiit ot Com m Its I on n of Appraisal, undur
enapli r 480 Of (he Laws of 1003
Mich application will le mde at a Kpecial Term ot
said court 10 be held in t lie Hec-Oml .ludicuil tlislrlct. a'.
the court House in Whits Pinins, Weatcueateroounty,
on the 28d day tf heptember, 1883, ut lo o clock in th
forenoon, or as noun thereafter as Counsel can be
heard. I he object of Bitch application is lti obtain nil
order of the court ap pointing three disinterested and
competent freeholder, one of whom shall reside tu
the cotiniv of Net York, and llm other two of whom
shall resble in ihu comity in which the real etate here
inafter depended is situated, a t ommlssiouers of
Appraisal to ascertain and appraise tbe compensation
to be made lo the ow ner of and all persons interested
In the real aetata hereinafter dehcribed. as proposed
to he taken or ailected fur the ourpose of maintaining.
preserving, and lucreasiog in water supply of the
City of Sew York
Tbe real male, sought to he taken or aflected is situ
ated .n the village or katouab, town of lledlord,
county of Westchester, and Mule tit New Yoik, and ih
Isid out, iudtrate.1 ami shown ou a ertain mu, dated
May 24lh. Ik.- i, signed and cerliflcd as required hy
said act and entitled " Property Map of Land required
for tbe construction of Ihe New i rolon Keservoir m
tbe village of Katonuh. town of llt-dlord. esicbester
county, N. Y.," which said meows died jnWvatcboater
coiiuty Register's oibce at w hue Plains, in said county.
on June 2-', - :i and In numbere Map Number in,..
Ibe following is a statement ot the ho lindanes of the
reel estate to be acquired, all of whh h is to be acquired
In fee. ALL thai cert am tract ot laud In 'he village of
K.ttonah town of hvdiord. county ot Westchester..
and stale ot New i ork, Included Within ihe loilowuig
external boundary lilt'-, and deslguuiad as parcels uut
10 I .(l. .-M inclusive
ih-giiiulugai the northeast cornemf bind of l.beueeeu
J. I utdy on the south stde of Main street and running
thence south 2 degrees 1 7 minutes east 880.40 feet,
thence north 87 degrees 48 inlnuieseast 21 feut. thence
south 2 degrees 17 imuutes east 208.80 ft el. u..i,
north 44 degrees 20 minutes west 423 "2 f.-.-i. tbem-i)
Itorlli 46 degrees 2d minutes west 142.3 feel,
north 51 degrees IH mnmo-s est 104 86 leet, thence
north 10 degrees 32 minutes 30 seconds east 25 HO leet,
Ibsin-e north bO degrees 4 miliutee east . feet,
Ibsuee north 7H degrees 41 minutes eat 16U.08 foot,
thence south U6 degrees 46 uiuiules oust HO ;,-i feet
H.lng tbe triangular piece of land m the said village
of katouab. bounded on the north by Main street, on
tbe west and south hy the highway running along
Cross River, and on the east by properly claimed to be
owned by the New Vork and Harlem Railroad.
Also all that certain other puc of (nd lu said vil
lage of Katotiah. ilescribed ae follows: ComuienoiDg
atihemot nartheriy point of land of James Carr on
the east batik of the Cross River and running thence
south 3 minutes 30 seconds west 12" 40 leet. thenoe
south 24 degrees 30 minutes 3ii sei-onds weatnKTU
feel, tbelice south 8li degrees 2d uifuules east 44 75
feci, thence north 2 degrees 17 miluKet weet 82,20
feet, thence north HI degrees 4-i milinleS east 81 20
feel, thence north 3 degri es 37 minutes west 2d If
feet, thenoe north 32 degrees 03 minutes 30 seconds
west 85 40feL
Reference ts made to said map filed as aforesaid for
more detailed descriptionof said real estate.
WILLIAM II CLARK.
Couusel lo the Corporation,
2 Tryou row. New York.
Dated New York. Aug 16. leti:t
HUB HALK-A large quaillliy of Nova UOOtl and
I brown -in- auituble tor louldiug pin pcies. App y
lit WILLIAM OAKUY. M Luil 6UIh at.
i"j. hail Liu'ir store. Inquire 42 Croat st . cry.
. SM - -- '! II ! I
OAlLVr-iior invetuioiibpr lOUed pro t mill) ; ow rates.
X BtUJfclii-L eVRRIs-Ji-N. o-.ss-w e:. --- .. L.,( IOjJ. .
eVi F.W CROTON I)Ast. CORNKLl. SITE.-N)TICE7f
11 APPLICATION roll ArPRAtHAU
Public aotlre te aerebv given (hat It is tb Intention
1 ef the counsel to the corporation of :he ntyof New
1 Yrrk to make application to the Supreme Court for tbe
appointment of Commissioners of Apiiralsal nni-r
cuapter 4UOof the lws .-f le6. Bneb application
will be made at a Hpeclal Term ef said court to be b d
in the Second Judicial district, at the Court llous in
Whit Plains, Westchester county en the Wtbdaynf
October, mi, 61 IO o'clock in the forenoon, or as soon
thereafter as couns! can be heard. The obiect of such
apnlieatton Is to obtai an order of the reert appoiat
liig three dlsintorestnj and competent freeholder tn
of whom shall reside In tbe county of New York, and
the otiier two of whom shall reside In ih county in
which the re il estate hereinafter described Is situated.
as rotamtsioners of Appra sal t ascertain nnd a;v
praise tne rompeii'atlon to be mad to the owners of
neq ailpeisoas in(errtsd in the real estate aarein
afier described, as proposed to he taken or affected for
th purpose of sna. tit a mine, preset, in g, and increasing
th water suppiv f the eitv of New York.
'it.enal eiate lourht to be taken or affected le
etuated in tne town of rorllandr, county of West
chsftter. and stale of New ork. and is laid out. Indi
eaied. and Bhnwn on a eertein map signed and certi
fied a lequlred hy said a. entitled " Final plan sheet
exhibit Nn 7 of 1HII3 for the acquirement In rse of ad
ditional amis tor 'he construction of new Croton dam
uorneHsite In tbe town of CorMandt, tteatrhester
count-. Now York." which aa!d map was filed In West
chesisreunnty Reglaters odtce at White Plains. In said
eunntv on lbs 24th day of Aurnet. 1883. ae map
The fohowtna- is a statement of the boundaries of tbe
rsaisstatetebetaksn.all of which is tubeacuuired
DRHCRIPT10M OP PARCEL NO !.
sad to belong to the helis of Pierre U Tan Wyrk. els
uated. Wing, and being in tbe town of Corilandt,
ctoini v "( estch ester, and Mate ef New York.
Heginn ng at a point n the northerly side of
the i fOton Aqueduct, which point I the eoruer of
Parcels Nos n and 14. thsn s ai ng Parcel Ne c ,1)
north 31 degrees 62 minutes, west 718 48 feet to a
point in the centre of the Croton River, which point Is
the corner of Parcels No nand n'v thence ,2, along
said rarcel No M and in tbe centre of the said Croton
River south 41 degrees 20 minutes, west l.lfeO feet to
apoiat; thence leaving tbe centre of said river and
Parcel No. rile 81 south 88 degrees :n minutes 40
seconds, easi 074.48 feet to a point on tbe northerly
side of Croton Aqueduct; thence along tbe said north
erly side of saU Aqueduct 14 nortb 41 degrees 67
minutes, east H-H7.U feel to tb point or place of begin
ning, containing lb h ,.: acres more or lees.
DESCRIPTION OP PARCEL NO. 04,
ss id to belong to tbe heire of Ptorre C. an Wvck,
situated, lying, and being In the town of Cortland,
county of Westchester and State of Ne York.
heginning at a point oa the northerly side of th
Croton Aqueduct, wuich point is the end of Coarse 31
of Parcel No flU; thence aiong ihe northerly side or
aald Aqueduct i south 41 degr, r,: minutes, west
1.608 84 feet to a point: thence leaving the northerly
side of said Aquedtict gj north 61 degrees 17 minules
20 seconds, eel 430 feet to the centre of the Croton
River, thence along tne centre of said river ,8 north
2o degrees 11 minutes, east 8 36.68 tet to a point; thence
4; n. tih 41 degrees 20 minutes, east (17 n feet to a
corner or Parcels Nos. n1 and Atej; thence leaving the
cmtre of eaid croton River and along Parcels "W ,v
soutb r.3 AegTtfaa 2t minutes 40 seconds, east 0.442
feet to the point or place of beginning, containing
in inj acres, more or !
UKHCR1PTION OF PARCEL KO. 7.
aid to belong to the belrs ef Pierre C. Yen Wyck, situ
ate lying, and being in tbe town of Cortlaadt, county
of Westchester, ana State of New York:
Bsginnlng at a poigu on tbe southerly side of th Cro
ton Aqueauct at a corner of Parcel No. IS; tbnc
along said Parcel No. 1R.1 south degree 35 mlnaies,
west 102 6 feet to a coiner, thence leaving Bald Parcel
No. 18 81 south 44 degrees 17 minutes, west 154 feet
to a corner; theuce 3 south 47 degress 68 minutes,
west 14H feet to a eoruer; thenoe 4; south 44 degrees
11 minutes, west 2IK feet to a corner; thence t soutn
41 dsgrtss il minutes, west t" 4 feet to actruer, thence
jl); south 70 degrees 34 minutes, wed 7H.3 feet to a
Point on th southerly side of the Croton Aqueduct;
Dence along the southerly side of tbe said aqueduct.
17 1 north 41 degree. 6. minutes, east 768. 11 fet to the
point or place of beginning, containing 0.7ti8 sorts,
more or less.
DESCRIPTION OF PARCEL NO. HTf,
Bald ta belong to the heirs of Tierre 0. Van Wyek. eltu
al. lying anu being In the town of Cortlandt. county
of Westchester and Mate of New York.
Beginning at the moat westerly point of Parcel No. 6,
formerly unid by tbe said belrs of Pierre C Van
ttyck and now owned by the city of New York, along
tald Parcel No tl north 60 degrees 4 minutes, east 368
feet to a corner, tbence leaving said Parcel No. 0 2
north 2-u degrees 4fi minutes 82 seconds, eaat 6ft 68 feet
to a corner; thence .81 north 8 degrees 67 minutes S3
seconds, east lo.44 feet in a corner; tbnc 4; north let
degress 20 minutes 28 seconds, test 8 48 feet to a cor
ner, tbence ft nortb 48 degrees 24 minutes 4 second a
west o8.64 feel to a point; thence C, Booth 26 degrees
3W minules 82 seconds, west W3 31 feel to a point:
tbence I7J aootb 37 degrees 1 1 mlnntee 12 seronds. west
2lft 76 feet to the point or place of beginning, contain
ing 0.246 acreA more or lees.
DESCRIPTION OP PARi'BL NO. 8.
said to belong to th estate of J. tl. Purdv, situate ly
ing and being in the town of t'ortlandt, county of
WeetcheBter, and Btaleof New York.
Begtnniag at the end of Course ljOf Parrel No. 7.
winon o;ni is a cornerof Parcels Nog. I3and 7, thence
along said Parcel Ne 18 1 south 1 degree 36 minutes.
west 58 7 feet to a corner, tbence leaving said Parcel
No 18,2 soutb 2 degrees 2'. iiilnutes 40 seconds, west
lOU.lreetto a corner; tbence 3 south 2 degrees 2(i
minutes 40 seconds, west 73.1 foot to a corner; thence
4 eouth 54 minutes 40 seceadB. west &( 6 feat to a
corner; tbencs ft south 70 degrees 34 minutes, west
444 1 feet to a rorner. wbich is th end of Cnurs 61 of
Parcel No 7; tbence along said Parcel No. 7 6' north
41 degrees 0 minutes, east lei. 4 feet to a ornr. theuce
7 nortb 44 degrees 1 1 minutes, east 2IK feet to a cor
ner, tbence m" north 47 degrees fin minutes, east 14R
r.-t to a eoruer. thence i norib 44 degrees 17 miuutee,
east 16 feet to the point or place of beginning, con
taining 1 405 acres more or less
DESCRIPTION OK PARCEL NO. 12,
said to belong to William T Purdy. situate. lying, and
being In tbe town or Cortlandt, cuuoty of Westchester.
and Stale of New York.
Beginning at th end or Course 5, of Parcel No. 134;
thence Bouih H3- degrees 33 minutes 60 seconds, east
pmt.7 feet to a corner rf I'srcel No. 12; thence along
Pare! No )2 3 north 47 degrees V unoutes, welt
660 8 feet to a corner of Pnrcell Nee. 12. 13. and m-v
ttienc along Parcel N i, 13 3 south 52 degrees 27
minutes 40 seconds, west 'il h feel to a crnsr. tbence
4 north 47 degrees 2tf minutes 20 seconds west 267.7
feet t a corner; thence & south 3d degreea 44 min
utes 20 seconds, west 142 feet to a c-rner. thence 6
south 37 degrees 42 tnmutee. west 1 Th ft feet to a cor
ner tbence. 7 south 37 degreea h minutes 30 seconds,
west 1U2.U feet to th point or place of bBgiuulng, con
taining 6100 aoreA more or less.
DSBORimON OK PABOKL NO. 914.
ss id to Iip.i ng to Iianiei Webber, situated. lying and be
ing in tbe town ot Cortlaudt. county of Westchester,
and state of ew York.
Heginning at the end of Course 1 of Parcel At, which
Point is the corner of Parcels Nos U and W, along said
'arccl No V 1 south 88 decrees 41 minines. east 2.13
feet to a point . tbence leaving said Pare! No ; ,Jj
nortb 28 degrees SU minutes 32 secoodi, east 7. M3 foot
to a point, thence 3 on a curve to the left tangent to
the last coursenf a rudlus ol 120.58 feat. 78 FH feet to a
point, thence 4 north 1 1 degi nee 8 minutes 48 seo
oads. west P6 6 feet to a point, thrnce 16 on a curv
tu the right tangent to the last course of a ramus of
-" 14 feel. 41 41 feet to a point, thence 6j nortti Is de
grees 12 minutes 12 eund east 47 2 feel to a point;
tbence 7 on a curve to tne left tangent to the last
course ef a radius ! 868,48 leet. 06 6H feet to a point,
theuce B, north M degrees 2 minutes 12 seconds, east
12H 7 feet to a point, thence .on a curve to the left
tangent to the last course of a radial of 277.32 feet.
.'..'.! 1 ; "in, tbence In north .. degrees 57 minute
4K srennds. teesl 68 - .8 f-ei to a point, thence 11 on a
curve to the right tangent to tbe si couraa of a radius
of 3tf4 26 feet, wl 37 feel to a point, thence 1 12 north 7
degrees 42 minutes 12 seconds, east 406. 1 fsel to a
point thence 13 on a curve to ttie rigul tangent
to the last cours- of a radtu of 646.5J fast. 04 68 feat
tea point, thence 14' north 18 degrees 7 minutes 12
snoods, eat 742 i feat to a point, thence '15, on a
curve to the right of a radius of 24136 feet. 8 . 14 feet
to a point . theme lti north -id degrees 12 minutes 12
seconds east Ir.M feet to a po.nt on the wi-s erly side
of a road leading 'e New Crnlou dam. thence along
sa.d westerly side of eaid rt ad 17 north 33 degrees
48 minutes 4H seconds, west Soil feet to a point;
them-e stilt along sain ttesterly sole of said roadtlS
norm -s Degrees . nunutea on Beeuoua, fuii.n
feet to a corner; thence leaving the atd road 111
south 87 degress 87 minutes 24 seconds, wost 121.04
leet to a comer, thence gOI south 88 degrees 38 win
uies seconds, wet 1HI 42 tret to a 1 rur, thence
21 south 3 tiegrees 62 iunutea - secoiois, east 16
feet to a point, thence 22 soul h lii degrees 7 minute
1 seconds, west 742 7 reel to a point, theuce 23, on a
curve to tli -! tangsut to Mir last touit of a
radius of 879-62 feat, 104-86 feet to a point;
ibeni-e 24 koutb 7 degrees 42 minutes 12
e.' .ml- west 40.". 1 feet to a point, thence 2ft,
ou a curve to the left tangent to the last 1
or a radius of 460.26 feet, 107.07 reet to a point.
theuce '". south .'. decrees 57 llilmti-B 4N seconds,
ea-l .37 3 teel toapoiut. tlien e 27 "H inrve in
the right 1 , n to die 'est course of a rndiue of
21 1-32 feet. 61.47 feet loa point; Ihenro 2JJ south h
degrees 2 iniinitei. 12 second t eii 1 28. 7 feet to A
p. rim. 1 hence 28 onacurve the rig'lt taiigenMo
Un test cotirae of A radius 01 2ifl IH last, 68.82 reel to
a point; th-i ce 30 south In degree 32 minute. 13
i-ii-u West 47- leel toapoiu . theme 81 on a
I itrve to thr led ian.-ent io the last course or a ra'.lua
0046 14 feet, 76.62 point; thence 32 suaih
II degrees P minutes 4 seconds. m ;. '- 1. ' t i
pi nt. thence :i3 on a curve 10 the right tau-
reut to the last course of a radius of f.: rrt teet 3 01
set io a point, tbems 34 south 2rt ilegrees 3l min
utes 32 seconds, wet.1 1 1 2(1 feet to a corner which la
the northerly end of course ft of Parcel No tJ7(
them-e along the Parcel No 6M ,' "uth 4rt degrees
24 minutes iti seconds, east 68.54 fsst to a erner;
theuce 3K south 1K degrees 20 minutes 28 eecoads.
east tt 48 feet to a corner, thence, 37. south H degrees
67 ininutss 32 second west 1044 fset to a corner,
theuce 88 south 28 degrees 46 minutes 32 seconds,
v. et 86.08 fst to the point or foace of beginning.
routaiuing 4 UM.i acre more or less
DLSCRIPTION oi PARCEL NO. IS",
said to belODI lo ItsdcIs Lark tu, situate, lying and be
ing in the town of Coitlaudl, county of vYeslcbstr.
and Male of New ork.
Beginning at tb end of course 1 of parcel No R.
wince point is a corner ef parcels Nos. 13 and .
thence along said parcel No, H l south 2 de
grees 2'' minutes 40 secuuds. west IOI 1 feet, to
a corner; thence 8 souib 2 degrees 26 tlnn
lites 40 seconds. west 73 I feet, to a corner,
theuce 3 south O degrees 64 miuutes 40 ssronds o.-e.
Mi 11 feet 10 a corner, tbence leaving said Parcel an,
4 iiorih 70 degrees 33 minutes 4 seconds, eaat .- I' 3
feel te a point thence 5 south 88 degrees 81 minute..
east U4H tl feet to a oomrr thence 8 north 3 degr os
H minutes 80 seconds. st 1U2.H feel to .1 ornsr;
ilienes 7 north 37 degrees 42 mtiiules east 1H.6 feet
to a co ner theuce K noi lh -' dcgiees 44 uiiBtitss 20
seconds, east 142 Teet lo a coiner. tbnre 8 south
dsgreeei 28 minutes 20 aecond. eas. 287.7 leet to a
corner tbeacu ilu nortb 61 degrees 27 minutes 4o
sscondi. east ill is'i If " coiner of Parcels Nos.
12 and 18; thence along Parcel No 13 II north 4i
degrees i minutes, west 541' . leet to a corner, Ihence
12 south til degrees r-H minules. west 49i.ri feet to a
roroer theuce 18 north 6 degrees 2 minutee weet
40"i feel to a corner, thence 14 so ith 76 degrees 40
minutes west tn; feel toa corner, thence 15 soutb 4
degree- 23 nun ilea, west .. leei to a orner (nence
lt BOUth t4 decrees " luiliulet west 113 feet 10 a
miner thence 17 sou' b 40 degrees '.2 minutes, wesi
76 feet'to the Q01QI or place of beginning, t-ontaininf
21 830 acres more or lets
Reference is made losall map Oled as aforesaid for a
more detailed description of ihe real estate to be ac
ft'lSi N" Vor"- Aur -" WiU.UH ... OUII
Ci i.u-ei to tiio4'orporatioa.
2 Try nil c 88 York.
I eesons I'iuuo, ituiiur, 10I111, Kitite. Ilanjo. Mandolin,
bingiug, Ac. AT80V), 266 - est 43d st. Circular.
j)AN.H). mandolin iiihti uction; lateht onge taugnt,
11 w tth banjo ac. oinp.iuiinants, u fe iessous, stage
dancing, all lessons private
i. C. fJOBaON, l.-iyi Broadway, oppostto Caslua
BANJO, guitar, mandolin school, private lessons, $5
course, iiistrumcuts furnished.
l.i. i-.kt a VOOT 62i :id jiv
BANJO, maud'din. guitar, easil) Mid i.e. lv tB'gl-t
pnvai ly t'ome to fis Dl'HMlS'.opp jsuo ' Casino,"'
S.8MH II roadway,
t"t.i". mandolin, guitar lostructtnn; privet e le
l souk Iitna, UUtis , tvUH nth av., city til rirttbueb
a. , Brook 1 n
BANJO, nu.11. i, u. 1, guitar and siage dancing tangnt;
w courae. el. i'L an, 032 3d av., diet si.
ff B fElAwSMR mrir-SVPFOalT-
fn phonotranhy. typewriting, commercial artthme
tlc. iMiokKeeplng. Wntmg. bnsinees training, physical
culture, and choir music.
1 K 11 AKT rffsAAHBfl.
for beirinners and advanced students; mechanical and
free-hand drnwing, day modelling and applied daslgn.
photo color photo ern) on, and photo engraving; nor-
ni.ii class for teacher; Prnne system for pnmarv
11 achers. Apply to Young Women's christian Associa-
1 lion, 7 I art 150i st., on and alter Sept 1. from H A M.
1 to 5 P M and 7 to 0 P. M. Saturday afternoons nnd
I et enlngs etcepted.
SMORTII .NII AND TYPRWRITINfl - ORAIIAM'R
sriMHlU -This ib Ihe school of thennlhor of the
I liuiliain syitr-m, which is used hy moro than one-half
. oi 1 he official court stenographers of th t'mtel Mtates,
I as shown hy an authentic list recently published. All
I of the twenty or more other systems together have not
so many writer among the nittelal court Metingra-!!-'
t. who secure nnd hold their posl'Iotis because of
superior ability, if vmi wish to sunt eed. learn the era
ham system. Classes very week day except Hainr
duv and hnlulavF. livening classes luesdaye and K11
dAyA Circulars freo A. J. RAIIAM. 744 Hroadnay.
BAN-TO, guitar, and mandolin; private lessons.
lIKM'v C iniHsiiV. only manufacttinr of the bell
lotii -. 1, (21 Broadway, between 34th and 3&th sta,
Dol'RLK I.NTRY bookkeeping taught. 16 lesions;
single entrr. 10: highest references
THEOlXiRI'. IIKINP.MAN. 7H West 12th st.
Nl i;i.KCTKI EnVcATIONT'-Kngtlsh grammar rel
lug. spelling, history, arithmetic, Ar.: terms 88
01(1 . 128 West 23d Bt.
PHOT. V. PCMARWENK.T'2BO Kaat 23d St. gives
thorough and successful instruction In piano and
SlloitTlTA7iY.rr School: day
I iLLXANOKR, Principal. 124 Wst 28dek
Shorthand AND TYPEWRITING -Par and even
ing speeding classes. ISAAC PITMAN'S" Metro
politan Hcliool. n;. 6th av. cirmUr
Academy of Languages
Rngllsb. derinau. French. Italian, and Spanish taught
hy eminent native professors, opens bept. 18; send for
circular, IK) West 27th et. N. V.
LA SALLE ACADEMY,
44-50 BfcCONti ST. N. Y.
Rvary advantage for a thorough bustneas education;
shorthand and typewriting a specialty: easy of ac
cobs r 1 un ail parts of New York and vicinity.
BfUi. AtlAPAH, Director.
Select C.thollo DOSfdlns .rhnnl: be.lthjr; hiimeLIke;
thoruuirli. rroffres.lv.. ittidle. remmed Hept. tl.
Brothor AUOUBT, Ws Clie.ter. NT.
AT IlKMPHTKAn INSTITUTE My on li.e guned
in. .-1 wonilerlullv, write. Mi. 1 M. Koblntun from
C. '1.1M1IIA INSTITWTK. cor H'e.t 72il nt. unci W..I
Fllil av. Nllli'teelittl ve.r r.iininence. Kept. 'Jl:
ipsoloill new bUlldlnfSi coll.fflate .ireparatloti: Inter
in. i v- and prtuiary clSSIOSl commercial depaituient;
unlitaiT ilrllli large plarirr.iutiil irv-inlia.tnui: bnaril
ii..' pirplle taken. . n.l fnr llhiitraled calnlogue.
hUWIN K0WI.KK, M. 11. A. B. Prlnrlpsl.
DAIII.'B CdNBKRVATORV OF Ml'SIC ffiiarantee. to
teach more In on. quarter than taught In three else
where. Term. Sr.; accompaniment. SI. 1 L'H W. L'3d it.
Ill TKI IIS I.AVT Sllllllll..
Fml torm heglna October 2: evening .ei.iona.
AIINF.lt C. Tl.liMAS. LL. D.. Dean. For catalogue! ad
dre, Prof CLABBNOB I) ASHLEY, 2l" Broadway.
ST. LOUIS COLLEOR (Catlioilcv
-.'4 West BSth at.. Cenlral Park.
btrlctlr aelei-t .cbonl for limited number of boya.
Rev. JOS. 1IKTET. D I.. s .'. M Preildent.
STENOliRAl'I.Y, typewriting. Kngltib, Latin. French,
(iennan. nn.l Bpsnllb. STKNOURAFllhRS' BUSI
NESS COLLEliE. 6l West 28th st.
FALL SEASON OPEN Wslti and all faahlonabl,
dances tatigbt rapidly: circulars.
KNIUKKRIIOCKEIl t'ONSFRVATORY. .t J4tb.
IIKINKEN N ER
Or Cbe I.lqnor Hni.lt I'oaltlvely Cared by
Admlnlaterlnic Ur. Ilatlueis's
; c.l.li-.i rM-.-lll...
It can be given In a cup of cofle. or tea or In food
without the knowledge of the patient It Is absolutely
harmless and will edeot a permanent and speedy cure,
whether the patient is a moderate drinker or an alco
holic wreck. It has been given In thousands of cases,
and In every instance a perfect cure has followed. I,
n.irr lull.. The system once Impregnated with tbe
Specific. It becomes au utter Impossibility or the
liuii'.r appetite to exist.
(.OI.DEN BPBGIrlG CO.. Prop's. Cincinnati.
4N.page book of particulars froo. To be had of
Alex. Ilu.liiiit. 318 Broadway.
Welssman A Muellenliaeh, II Bible House.
I-ong Acre Pharmacy. Broadway and 46481,
K. Iludnut. U25 Broadway.
Sl.ERlFrs SALE. VM. TOPPINU A CO . Auctioneers,
will sell. Thursday. Sept. V. at 10A.IL.st 462 rtth
av.. all the right, title, and interest of Frederick l liar
ral in and to Ibe fixtures or a laundry.
JOHN J. i. HUMAN. Shanty.
JOEL O. STEVENS. Deputy.
SHERIFF'S SALE. WM. TOPPINC. A Co , Auctioneers.
will sell. Ibursday. Sept .7. at 10:30 A. M . at 167
East 44th sL, a lot of scrap Iron, ofllce furniture, desk
chair. Ac. JOHN J. UOKMAN, sheriff.
.1. !. TRACY. Deputy.
Silk RIFF'S 8A LB. WM. Ti iPPING A Co.. Auctioneers.
will .ell. Thursday. Sept 7. at 81 Nassau si . room
SI a lot of Jewelry JOHN J. GORMAN. Sheriff.
PETER MciilNNKBS. Deputy.
Rates under this Heading are the
same as those charged for New York
114 DEARBORN ST.. J. SI. YOUNO. MANAGER.
TIIK ONLY FIRKPKOOF IIOTEK
Near tlis Fair, find onlv.'l atone hltf-h. MaiIIboii rt
and (loth it. (MMwny PtaUancr) opp, MAdleon av. en
trituco to WorUl'H Fair. European, 91,60 per da, I
I -i -mi to ii.'- room. Vlf i i day, 2 ;- " ;-: to the room,
ami upward. Hxccileut cafi.
('HAS. Ii. LKI.aND. M.iii.il-.t.
Take Illinois iVntral Wurld'i Pair DXprtM train ac
Van Hruva si tottuth t., then t' bloi-kn wnt
nELL Htil'SE, (inleiiliy av and B34 nt. Inmif . :i
blocks went of HIM st. Bxpoell imi cutranto; rniea
reaionable, Addrcn EDWIN BELL, Jr.. Prop.
IIOTRJj AKANA'. 6.033 Ellin av.. Chicago -Elefftnt
1 htune utructurc; three blocks tu Exposition en
trance, rooms i and op; baths to eeoh suite: spenlstl
retes to clubs, it-nod cute. 1IV1E A SALIMU'KY. Prupa
PRIVATE OFFICE In sjtore on lease To rant in Now
Vork city; open until J1 o'clock at nitfht. l.liil.
Hrortd way, near 3Hd st
i: .-i Side.
LRXIXGTON AV . 160. Two larira pleaant rooms
with excellent b aru; clOISle, tfriic; ternis very
I i ii i KT , :S4 BART Pleannnt double and sin trie
s QTM ST. 232 EAST. Larjrs and smalt rooms, nicely
I r.irin- ii- tl, tlrsl-class buurd: alu tablu bnatd.
,iyin ST.. 12') PAT. -Nicely furnished larste and
-s- ' small rooms, every cunvenieuce. excellent board
- cat Hfltfe.
21 "tVes' 63d st . bet Wet n 6tli UT. and Hromlwav- Amer
ican plan, suites with bntl. ai.d toilet; ir.insieutK 2
tu $ii er day
I QTH BT., 30 wf.st. rh-tice newly furnished room-;
I ' superior outline j "..n. .., aciommud:.ted,
table tioarders. references.
2M'.sT. lUA WI.ST. LaTge anu small nicely fur
I nixlied rooms, ail imnrowmriitii. viuh bomil,
. sTII BT.'JIfl WEftT Koom Wltn board. 66 IDilStft.
I Utile boNid. v: :
,) "ii. BT, -21 WENT, l-arife and small r-itpins. with
t exot-Hi-iil board, tabie bo.trlers keOOIIltUOtlateill
llm Inl.ktf I I Mil
1sSTli UT. 3I WEST Newly rum is bed ronmsi
. "' i . i - . i. ii :.t- i-. married or tniftff esoel
lent board; piiyato bouse.
rlrct 2Jo;u,l Vroohhuu
A he I. phi i , 27.'i. Handsomely furnished bsrk
narlor. three l.ali rouiil., CluseiSJ .in , " in :i .
excellent table I-.' .- hoard
jiiM -i l.o - Large and sinsMi lioatly fur ii is lied
1J ru"tn. biaid i.i'ti.'ii.ii under new uiAtiaveini'ni
Dl.i.HANV KT-. 2h'. Hoard, bat i. in.roi and '..ten
sion, dec toe dentist i second st ry.fruui, imli routu.
LniM,rus hr. ibe. n. -r Eridye ntd Kernes
Kuonit neatly fariiulittd, g'ood tab Is; tabls board
ers and in iw in ..
JAFAYETTB av., 3e Board; Inrfe an.i smell rooms;
j good !.i. all iiii'TOvemenis lu board
J) IKE APPLE i . u a. Hoard Mo; i tasnt runmti
excellent board, three Mtliutos Irotu bridfc,
SOI Til oMnltli ST 41 U i l.sr- cniiecfint:
rooiiiH, Ket'ond and tbi. ItOUlf . Iull ruoum. Under
iiMi.i.tiw nt- Isi nesr bridge, ferries Larae and
' sninll fre.iil) le o.aic.l roouie, wttU tt 1 .ante
boarders; ftltu sec ud lloor, lUree rouius. 44 I st
uruirtufl JBoomift Xpurtmctttfl tia fct
FRONT KOOM and bedrooui, board If reuirail pall
tit.MV East Itltiili st Mr. rOatJAtri i.
1l.:.OhiN .w . 1,1x63, cor. 1161b et.- P..ri.r. i."
j alio small ruoiU, l)f Windows; uuely funihe-i;
ev ry c UVfttleltee
Ll MN'.iuN .v. , u77 Naily furnlsbsd front'rouai
in private AUi.ritsu familj , ail cui.cui.ucus,
MAMfTATTAIf HT , 6,-Nlce larfe fumletied front
room to let for one or two respectable men,
4 Til AW. 260, Just above 20tti st -Peiecl apartmente.
en suite. wlthhatU; prleaiadlnli.it room witb each;
UTII ut . 3li EAfiT. Handsomely urnisbed parlor
floor (three worn), eultable for rtocior; other
larje rooms equally desirable, efery convenience; pri
vate bouse, reference required.
Q4n FT llfl EaST. Ulnfla and double rooms, fnr
"6 gentlemen; hot and cold water; breakfast
4Or fT. ti!t EAST, -I Arte (lesirahle rooms, en suite
m or snitfiy; rerrenc-s e-tctianged.
AfTil ST, 1M EAST convenient to (irand Central
y Halt and other momst parlor and conuectiuf
room, $il; select neitrhborhood.
fWYNI ST.. 306 BAflf. Two sintrle roome neatly fnr
sJ1 nlsbed, every convenience; house newly ren
ovated; breakfast option'
ROTH ST.. 32tl EAST EleganUy'fnrntshed parlor floor
JO xultahle for pbj siitati; other looms equally de
'TQtll sr. ;i4tt PAST r urn tshedrooui. with or
i s7 without beard; rucn'tisj water; $b to 7; private
IO 18f"fiT.."Tfll EAST-Froni"Tcove; water, hot
1 4V 1 mid coll, n M; large room, 12; private house.
COM'MBl'R av.. R32. near 104th st. tt station.
It toms nicely furnished; suitable for one or two
LAP.ttF., neatl)- fniniehed rooms: running water, gas;
$3 to 14 806 A est 66d st.
SOHTTlTvjuiirLTOltWJUARE, 70. Nicely furnished
.omns for bousekeeplnr or gentlemen; rent $2 .'.) up.
4T1I ST,. 275 WBNT -A neatly furnishedroomioletI
11,76 per week, ring twice.
11 Til ST.. i3 WEST. Largefirodt andalTroomsi
IftTH ST., 40 WEST. Lsrge. nTeely furnished room,
sv lrlvate bath, superior accommodations, at mod
erate coetj references.
O I sT sT 11.7 WEsf Two connecting parlors.
Mm k newiy fnrnlshod. sui'.abls for physician ordentlst;
t ST ST, 410 WEST. Handsome sqnare room, closet.
1 bath, nun hall room; private neighborhood.
s).Ji ST.. S17 WEsT.-lixtension. hack "parlor: ron-rfc-4V
nlng water; use front parlor; doctor, dentist; will
QtT1 HT 3 WSTTTnrntsire"drooms to rent; large
07TI1 8T r. 0WE8T. -CosaF 3d floor"sulte. with
w I bath; handsome .Id floor, soutb room; references.
iimn T. 8.M WES r.-Hnarders' wanted; large and
small rooms; gents, to, ladles, $3 W.
OylTH ST. 227 WERT, near Hroadway Handsomely
' rurnlsht-d parlor hour, singly or en suite; board
sTii ST.. 408 WEST. Comfortably furnished rooms,
bath, gas; near L station; 61.60 weekly.
f umtjQihrrt .Saomii to Iri gtoohlytu
CHA.NHERKY ST.. 61. Fivs minutes to bridge: large
s second-story front room, nicely furnished; private
GREENE- AV." K2rr-Toletriarge fronrrooinTVith
hull room attached; suitable for young men or
light housekeeping, all improvements and a good loca
tion. LAWRENCE ST. lOIl-LaTge front room; light
housekeeping; room for two gentlemen; hot and
MONTAOI'E sf'Tlai. near Wall M.Ferry. Bachelor
appointments; newly and handsomely furnished;
WlUtiW, with large, equara front room, also hall
room, separate or connecting, furnished, would let
to man and wife, with or without board; all improve
meiiiw 883 Smith st.. Brooklyn.
ffliitp nnrt )rtmnit,rj va tU
N. W.lOltMK IN! It I. PARK WENT
AMI hU AT.
One or two handsome apartments to lease from Oct.
1, to nrst-class tenants oulv. One corner ground tioor,
specially adapted ror physician, all light and sunny;
steam heat and hall attendance, rents reduced .lain
tor, or T. A. sToHHAHn, Attorney. r. Liberty st.
n ner of ?Rth Sli-r. i nnrt A m( oil nm At.
ELEOANT NEW APARTMBNTfl TO LET.
Rents from S720 to 61.600, including elevators, steam
heat, electric lights, Ac Apply on premises
JUST WHAT yoiTwant. six rooms and batnj
hot win...,- heating. In 12H East mith st . rent 683,
9'tH (entrano-) to ( entral Park on this street); also in
1.247-1.261 Park av.. near 17 th st . four and ve rooma
and bath, from $16 to f 22; rooma are large and light1
Janitor at 1 7 . East ittith st.
A "I TRACT I V K N KWFlTTW II I All
S-lttll Hi Nl! 1 It IMKKi f-jEVK KOMS
AMI HATH, All. 1.14. II I ; UAMlsiiMI-
J. i):(iitiriii;vr, mitt imixst.vk.
11B JA.MTKEsh, tr, EAST ;tli H'I
AIMOlMNt. L'' STATION.
Five ami six rnoms and bath. 618 lo $20; U02 West
146th st , nesr th av.
COLLIN II. W OODWARD. 304 West 146th st,
Vl.I- OttllT M-OOM".
Five and bath, 9H. and 618; 314 West 14Sd st.. corner
Rradhurst av. Janitor or
t'OLLIW H. WOODWARD. 804 West 146th St.
PBBE TO OCT. 1,
Toeey flats of tl ve rooms and bath, $16 to $18. 327 to
236 West ILM st. Janitor.
COLLI W H. WOODWARD, 804 West 146th st.
FIVE I.AROF. HOOMH.
2.HWW BIUOTU AV. NEAR 144TII 8T.
COLI.IN 11. WOODWARD, 804 West 145th st
SIPTlMiiKif KENT FREE
Five rooms, hot and cold water. $15 to $17; 2,W0 to
2.1102 8lh av.. near 142d st.
COLLIN II. WOODWARD, 304 West 145th St.
N RA R 9D ST. ELEVATED STATION,
7." West -71st st. corner Columbus (Hth) av. Seven
exira luri:c and tuiiny rooms and ball), steam beat;
rents 965 to $'... Apply to Janitor on premises or
UO.S'ON A MACi)ONALD. 03 Wt-at 63d gt,
ELEOANT PLATSof r. rooms. 270 West 11th st 4
rooms, 17 Oreenwlch av.
Jm.ats and IrARTMBNTa, unfurnished and (or
nished, tn all parts or the city.
POLKOM HROTHERH. 82rt Broadway, cor. 12tb st.
PERRY ST.. 44 I lata, 4 large rooms; Ut and 3d Moors?
with improvements, nt reduced rents
VICTORIA. 11T1I ST.. near flth av -Five rooms and
bath; handsomely decorated; all new; low rent.
Janitor, 7. W. DOWNS, 164 Oth av.
VrOO LOOK AT THESE. WE'LL DO TIIK REST -57
and 6ll East l(4th st., fix rooms and balli 12 to 22
East lOtith st . ditto, liuttut, wnshstauds 71 to 76 East
lOftth st . ditto, elegant! V decorated. 252 to 250 West
115th st . ditto, mantel mirrors. Apply to Janitor.
If-TII ST. 217-211 WEST -Elegant ajariments7
m9 three rooms; all improvements.
J)OD ST. 2.'lt WEST. Rooms and bedrooms, front and
rear houses, to respectable tenants only, ttoom M.
OOI) ST. 245 WEST. Rooms and apartments for re
ej)ej speetable colored people; call any time.
XTII ST, 324 EAST Three large rooms, unfur
9 I niabed, to let; termi reasonable.
QrTII ST.. 171 WEST. Apartment. 36x90. eight
' roomi; bath; elevator; stesm heat; special hot
water; hall service, first floor, $02.60, above, $75.
IlrXTilST.Vo AND 22 I.AST.-Six ontalde'rooms;
I ' batli. sxerv convenienct-; to adults for $2i.
u'rlliun "Wousf. lo Crt.
Dl.MKAlll.l: lllil'MS, i.iiiliiiisIi.. and luriil.Uc.1.1 I
all pails ol th. city.
Mil KI.M Mlliillll .IS. Ki: llr.iailway. ror. I'-ilir,
DKMII VHI.I-. II Ol .-.I ti I'll rt-n'. in good loCS.lCMI
Fill. 1)1. Kir I. Ma.M. .'a.. M.. ii... i; ST., nr. .12(1 It,
Hu'rlling iot.r. Ht'nutni.
AhMAU, FAMILY la.luU) srosld lurnlsh a u.sr
li.in.a anil l ..ir.1 die owner for tlia r. nt .l-slory,
L'ti Tool UOU..I. Iietwcfn nntli Mr! i.Vtl. sis., urcferrstl,
A.l.lrB. I'RuNl'TNESll. box In::. Min ofllce.
not sl-.r., .larttn.nts. sn.l Hats, furnished or un
(tirlil.lU'il, fnr our fall lul now malciliK up
DOW a I1A1.1.AVVAV. 24 Ease '.'l st.
eu 3-et for y.uftinfji.8 furponei. .
Ill ll.l.i;.s, i TO LET.
STOKES, i apiily In
1.1 111 H AND f
lllrUI.S, I Kt'l.ANn k WHITINfl,
A lam. iiuinb.r, i .- r.. ... ..I. st.
i ILDINOH, .ton., lofls. ofllfus, studios iolst IsdV
MJ ... 1. 1, i. loi'alii.ns.
KlI.MlM II. i.l ill II., I, :.'. 11,. .i.l ,.,,. .-..r. latBII
LoVfii to i.i'.r. win, sia.ui powsri ." ' ...m 137
an, I l'.'n Hast il.il .1
i iii:m nil f.EASie. '
I'KIVATK (II KKT. IN STOHK.
OI'EK I Mil. 11 n'l HM.'K AT Ml.IIT.
1,8(16 IIKIIAllWiV. NEAlt 112UST
Jtinit ffstatr lot lr tL'itu.
ABAt.isAIN Twenty fourth wur-l. tenrooni bonis.
ai! moiiorn ini.jiA ments. $1,MH) cast..
ATWATEK, 'iW Nassau it.
I a u I i:s a rri mio.n Bar rain treat bo its si better
I '.linn corner, mi t li .. 27x'.i'il 1 . built. i iiui
Will be n.it in kM :.:.-. , i..- i...
.: i uscUs n... i,. I'l III.EMANN. X71 l.; -i. ..
Ii to 2
(MII.APN'intn Ward apartment bouse; srlll pay io
t percent, net I .-. AlWATKlt. Hit Nassau St.
Vri(HKVII.I :'. I'lAlr- 34,O00; liarlum tenement,
lH.r.uu, avenue ,t. ..- ' -i- .' ' ' ami other b.ir
, i ii,. rn ) terms. 10 i- cuiii Income, . .; i, : .
ebaiiftii J EM. EN EE, ion last 1034 $1,
. " iiti Was! 32d st 22 rooms, mnrtireire
JJI'I.WWU.nii.i, ouuer wimlri rent HBhTOV
. i 111. I b ik 1:0. hun up t wn ofllce. 1 SUA Uroalwa.
oi iilf or ao ct tfitji.
HOI HE to it, Witt lilt It.i furnltUM for sale, full
J ini I li' Mm ii,'-1 o w ti offli ", 1,206 UrouJw.iy.
irul votmr tor $it ac txchaage,
A (.K1AT it tit 4. A IV
lull BALE 'H 1 itANt.t I. leu .in three Tamily
Rat qou ni htt trii'.lii.: location In me city UeitfV
I'uiL . i- n ! tu.. .. i.,.k i ( $ :,.... j
.ay lertus HKUteilAKK :7i BroaUvay
HA I K ! . .( .((( i t.ei- am. r ear properly to eichsnjfe
tor New i mk business t r -.1.-1 1 .
joir. lilt UNe, ii.- MontAVUfl st.. RrooklyiL
ur alr or ifo 1ft.
ii vol ii.-. e iRinKi;rv to let or for sale, eiirees
i.UVM.N U ua; i.NiiiiiLi.. Oo ivarxeust., N. V.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, j
W A R REM RT.. N. T.
LOTH IN m.DOM Fir E.B. Tt. .!.. B TO 1
mlnates from station, sr. inlnnt.s tretn New TerS,
kAKTBNULBKK. 68 Warns .t.
inn KtRTRBAN HOMES AT ClsSM
1JJ to $16,000.
KASTFMII'FtKR. SS WsrrMS,
IF Tor HATE A FLAT Oil A RTOaU
to 1st In New York, Rrnoklvn, or J.rs.r City. SSSS
uiunlraie with EAH1EMII ill ll. 8 Warten st,
MANSIONS FOR HAI.E OR TO f.KT
Wltlnn 4 Inn mlnutrs' wait of station: 4S mlSV
Ul.s to New York. RAM F.MMBKK. f.8 Warren st,
nOR riAl.i: I,litIlI.E TENEMENT
I honsfs i.n il av.. New York tltr. K astkm.uBSB.
ntf Warran St.. Now York, or Hox '.: (a. Bloomriais.
FOR SAI.i:-l..Riir HOTJRE. mWTVKTU
l.n ronms. k,.,i Inrntlnn. Iar,e Uit. Sear statins,
orlr. 14,20(1. KAMI. Mil lll.K. CM Warien su. N.w
Vork. or BloomtlcliL
FOR HI.- Itl.l HI. RF.TEN HOOMRj
ImproTomentsi lot 474x173 fo.t: a mlnates tross
nation. 4.r tulniil.a from Nrw York; prlo.1sa,000.
KAsri-Mli BK. ft wsrren tt
To itt riHMHiiin iioi-nr, six
mlnut.s' walk frnm statlnni 3 aorea, beantlfml
s-n.iir,,!-. l.s in,, lanmlry; All -, .in plft.iSO inlnnt.s front
New York ; .l. n I v of fruit, Tef stables: first rlasa n.lf k
torliood. rmt .err low.
KA8TENHUBBB. B8 Itrm si.
FOR StAI.E OR TO LET IN FI.THIIINte,
L.. L. vsrv roser linuse: Int r.lTlHM; all improTAOJ
good naiKliliurliooO; 12 rooma; price fil.OOO: rent SftSw
KASTKMIUBE.l. f.W Warrtn st.
JLiOTS J3S50. " ' I-
vi r l v M ti ,ii:ksi v or iomi ieti ;
AND, BIT ON TIM MAINLAND OF
M-.tv TORK, ONLlf MINIITEH ,
FROM ! HI. WEHT MlSE. MkB CASH,
.-. monthly, moil umir.in, Mis
MALARIA OR MOHUVITOBslj. THJE
HIAI.'IIIIFST TO HE lOt NO ANY.
IVHERK MURROl7NOINTMsa t'lTT.
.aiim:i.i.,i i o., tr. orti.anotht.
la open to the pnblle from 1 A. M. tn 13 P. V. ...rr dSFI
your chance to l.ny a .mm. site Is now; enmsSMSSS.
DOW A (lALt.AWAY. 24 Baal 434rt, '
. . .. - - - ' U
gUa! (fptntc or Jlalt onn iiflssfs 1
r-i-.-n- .-l,...J-.ifc """ .sirfsses..fc-rs.wasf1'
Is ealled the nnlqtie snbnrb of Kew TorX oeoaaee ft fa
adsslrable place of reaideBee for winter aa well m
Tbe electric oare now ran all year. Terj law !!
day andnlgbt; fareSceate. - -"
Sewers as well as watsr and faa. ' . M
45 minutes from Battery, N. T.
40 minutes from Brooklyn Brldre,
For Illustrated circulars apply to
W. II. i:a HLUUOff. 41 Wall st K.T. . t
LOTS FOR SALE AT
SOUTH BENSONHURST. . 1
SI 75 AND UPWARD.
Titles s;naranteed by Title Qnarantee and Trust Ofc.
without cost to purchaser. K
Apply to A. B. POTTKRTON,
41 Wallet. New York. .
ANDSOMF, NKW COTTAGE, suburbs, .V miles oW
convenient as Harlem; half hour trains; thiiftatf
village; schools, ehurehee; easy terms.
Mr. 1'Itot'TuK. corona. I. one; Island.
mi. mi ! ii: r. l.i iMi ISLAND. Splendid buUdinglot,
fir up. bend for circular
j. L:wia, 25 Chambers el.
IKcnl Ctatr or alegt0oWaia -J
EXTENSION COTTAOB-12 rooma and bath; all lm
nrovptnents; flrstclass order; centrally looataet,
882 Cumberland st.
I ;m: s . 1. 1. i:.-iiii-trv loin in Rrerffreen Cemetery.
I eneloncd wltii hrst-class granlta fenrea; a good
opportunity fnr any one wUhtntr Kood lot. Inqutra
at JOHN VI KiM.Y'S steaiii Granite Works. Conway n.,
entrance to Evergreen Cemetery. Brooklyn. ,jM
JIOR SALE llousesiiarfaTns 92.800; U rooms asw '
hath; paved street; all troprovemente; aleo two
story and basement. 12 rooms, cabinet trim, pillar
inautels. lrun fence. V. Miry, jr.. owner, on promisee.
liny Park place, near L'tlca av.
L"-OIt BALI: House 11 rooms." lot" 26x100. on Bedfofw
X av. Brooklyn, a great tiarir.-i'ii: price. 98.800.
OWNER, 85 Spencer et.. near i'ark av.. Brooklyn.
got j5alt ot a tt'gto0ki$am
LAltUi: LIST HROuKI.YN PROPERTY for rent, sal.
exrhanfre. VaNUI'SEN. liti Plerrepont et near
Fulton, Bridge. Brooklyn.
L itiiK hTtiRK. Court st. and Atlantic av.: nnabeaC
lit-ss location. r, O'BRIEN, 233 Atlantlo av.
gral ($Mt got Fab gOelPltie
CONGERS. ROCKLAND LAKt
'IIIIU.-I'AV AHD 8ATURDAT.
Trslns T.e-isvr Fuot or Jsy S VM mtm. m.
IO and 1. Ffars, Round Trio, 7Se.
Fi:i:i: TKAMH to drive and view the property.
1st House lots free to all wishing t build. 34. rooa
dation stone furnished t.y the company free of charge
I., ta on the new section $.'.". SIO cash, $6 per month.
Lots on the new laku itectlon $100 and upward: 935 , f
cash. 910 per month. Now is your time to purchaaa.
Lots 'louhlu in vnlue. Everybody should try and taka
advantage of our inducements for the coming year I
atid lake a trip with tie, and make youraelf the owner
ot a future home at this beautiful summer resort
BOSTON LAND CO.,
J. m. i;i n'.nib. j ,.,.,
B. STKRN. SBSsssm
I , 'l: --AI.1. I a, i,,l sr. with i to IftO acres, on Lskf
I Mount Haalia. ..'. mil.', frnm Nesr York; s t.autlf as
uouse, witb 1! acres, S1.1UO; no agents.
I'r. MICH A F.I.IK. B2 East th st. j
HUDSON HI'- I H I Hi" rMld.no,; MO arros; cost
over Mm. m. , must sell; saerlflced less than bauT
Its ro.t; dwrlllnif. 2n rooms: 10 substantial uuitiulnV
inits; inauulrlcciil vi.ws. ahnndance rruit.
W IIHKI.WlllilllT. New Uamtmrs.
XfKW I HTTAI1F3." 1.41I0 to Sl.SOO; $30 oaab, bsE
1. slice '. ninnthlr: within six mlnut.s' walk of 4s
poll lHrnlltsfromoity. WOLCOTT. IB Beat IStbst.
ef nt ate ox tTs ttowattB,
AN elegant residence, cornrr wide, finely sbadad
avenue, Port Itirhmoud, Maten Island; all modars
tin pro .-tin t-nts. banlwood nmshed, witb mtrrom
stained glass windows; io lots, handsomely laid oats
fruits "I all kinds In abundance; flrst-ciaae surround
Iiiks, (nii'-v carriage house, cost t;i.OOO, coat She de
ceased owner 1,'o.UOO; price. 916,000; terms aaey to
close estate: iih"tograpli .:i ofllce.
UAIIHIN. 2i)2 Headway, room 34. elevatoe.
wwtitaw co w giggg 4? JBfe
W i: KNOW il.tnilllis kNOW IT.AMav
Wi; WAIST YOU TO KNOW ITS H
WE ARE &ELUN0 LOTS AT
LARCHMONT, N. Y.
On tbe .New llavtii rr.ad. IB miles from 42l at. statists.
for i. inon.-v tlian rou ran bur tbe asms elssssS
,,,...ri v in any ..tber desirable suburb In WoslcbeeUr
..,,,', loll Slr.n upward: i.iii.s 10 per e.nt. Sows.
(, per true innnllilr: we bave lots rlnht at tb, slatloa.
ior lull uarculars. maps .ud tree tlck.ta. address
JUKI I'll B lltAI'V. Manater. room U4, a il'way.
it M i 1 I.iii.s. 34 Last .:',! st.
11. ICI.EKK 1114 lltli av.
mm t .ii Kiutttsi l'.'Sib st.
tl K McKKNNA. J.OHB l.eslnston ST. J"
C VI 111 AKli balance munthlr parm.nts. will Saw
71) iylJ u.w 7 riioni. slats rnof cottaae, f, minutes
Irnm slallon. Mauiaroueck. prli-e Sil.OOO. and we will
pnv ynur .'nniuitilatlmi lor one ear. nl 11 t DOWaTeV
24 last 4-'il St and M.unai ,jii ..'!.. M. Y.
?Rral (PutHtf or alt yj.tw rrsejj. , i
Only two houses left for sale
on tho " Morso Section," Has
brouek Heights, N. J. Seven
and ten rooms- all improve
ments ; prices low ; terms
(j. B. F, RANDOLPH,
134 Duane st., N. Y.
IM.hT.l:iiN N l l,.r talr. Ill eltsant lota, 16OSO0
J lit-st lurntluli. .1.,!.
It II.I.IaM l.ttk 1...I.S Hi.urh. HI.
WIST till. IN.. ION IIIIK. HTH. N. J -Koreali. W '
hnr Itini'litirf .It.s; al.o two new lioiiMt wits au
Inipruremtutl i unnuleH i,,,u, station. J, mlnnles
ri.-iu rii v al... a liou... 1.1. tr, Hruail at . Newark, at. JT.
, ii, ... ,n, all iiti.r.ivnuienta: rrut S3A
III.Mty li I'LATT. 3SB Ws.lSMsa.
$!,.!' Ill II.DIKU LOT. I'oslllv.ly thu) wsek SStTt 1
:i:l mil,,; i - ,. si n ii, .,,, mis t
M'l'i i.iiv. 86 I'm. at. :.
Jpl tfjutiitr Jor atr fWj8itj.
FOH bAl.h u tlersey t'ity lliigbts. IH nilnutas frotja
I.ibortvst. ' ""in in...... . all iniproveinenis; street g!
pa eed 3-00ii &Uiraeh, balance ruoulbiy, other new ?
iiarha uuuets, targe lots, lor '.. M K to S i i.0, eaiAS) H
uruis. ."ii a I. ask. Builder. M
xao Uaudoiyt. ave, Jersey Oily. S