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Kr r1t '' ' - "- - THE SUN SUNDAY, JANUARY 29, 1890? '"" I!
IOYERKIDING THE CHARTER iTO MINTED T.1STS Of DEPAltTMKXT jatrhovEKs as itKQVtitr.it nr i,4: sHfttutory ProTlalnne Completely Set Aside There It N)i Wny nr Finding Out Chancel In I'o -sona or In Snlnrles Tnni. manr IM.trlct t.ontlrrs Don't l.lko It, Section 1,028 of llie.New York city r-liarfor xplloltly provlil tli.it "tliero slinll lie pnli llihtd In tli Oily lifvrd. I ti tlio inonili of .Inn nary ol each rear, a lint of nil stiuorilltintc cm ployed In nijy detiartmont (cvo.-vt taliorer!. with' tliolr aalnrlea ntnl rwlilonroi by Mlreot numbers," and that all olinnnos In audi miI ordlnates or wl.rle shall Iw tmnli.liPil wllh la one week nflor thoy ro rondo. It l tlio duty! of all heads of ilopnrtinontit to furiilah to -the pereon nppolntotl to nnnertlup tlio publi cation of lliu Citv Until I cverrtliiwc required to be pnbllahod therein. TIiIb not a new law, but In other form lini been itn tlio .tat- I lit boolci for ninny years nml It Adoption ( was Intended to put nn end to tint iiracld'o of tnalntnlnlnc elnticuroi of which the Eenernt publlo had no knowledge and to prevent the employment In tlio oflU'lnl nervlre of Individ uals dlaquallflod bv noii-reslilonco. by the holdlnc of tome ollior post or by a criminal conviction In Now York courts from aecuriiiR the aalary surreptitiously. It mis ilealenod. too.itoonuble otery taxpayer to know what parsbnt wero on the list of ofllclals In Now Tort, how much wa paid as eompnnsatlon to ach, and what was the character of the aor srle atmnnseil tn bn runtime.!. iW j 1 Every year In January uaually on the last jjjj i , flay of January, unless It full on a 8unda il ; ji thli Hat was published, but since tlio preaont Jj j " city administration has been In ofllce the law (j ! ' lias been evadod for reasons which will ap is ' pear later on, jj On the lfith of Jsnunry, 180K. a partial list Jlj 'of city omployees made Its appearanco in the II i" v Jtrcoril. accompanied with the oxplana I h tlon, following: H P Bchednles of all persona nnt within a department. If jjjj tmployed under tb. city Government, tho designs j Sf. tlon of their otuccsutid employments respectively, 1 jt: and the salaile a nml compensation Ore 1 for each aa I'; required by( MCllim 6, chapter 621, of the Lawa of I ft' ,88 ill S-J This war not a list of "all subordinates em jjl'I cloyed In any tlormrtmnnt (oxcopt laborer')" l j.I and It waaonly a partial listof someoraploees, I) i J chiefly toachers In the crammar schools, and, BJISi S moroovor. It cmo in no cuso tho address of nHJIjil anylone, all nddrosses "by street numbers" or iSMf j fl otherwise belne omi'ted. Hut such as it was. jjljji M It was the only list of the kind which nppcared JF j j 1 in 1808 In ovu part conformity wltli tho stat jlll '2 ute, and the oxplanntion ulvon for fta Inaile I a nuaoy was that In consequence of tho chances ill! i Inoldentto tho consolidation of other borouuhs kit a with New Yoric. tho subdivision of duties In I IPs H newly croated depart menu, and the partial mi oreanlzatlon of wmo bnrcaua. It wis Imprao ? 13! ill tlcablo nt that tlpio to publish u complete ll.st JljIgS In the year InlorvnnlnK varlounclty dopart bh'SS BientH hae beep duly organized, the pay of IS Hill )mployees has been lUed and cradcil. tl,e np 'Ijtlillw proprlatlons for Mich payment lme boon llllniii ' rnade, and the clinrter ha lind a year's trial liltititt Without amendment, but on rnturday last tint IIIIEhiS t,'l't Hw''l contained nealn onlv a partial list jjlUlJ! nf city employees, with the following explanu- mm tlon: l "Uttt Schedule of name of persona nnt In a department HIsosH amployed under the city Oovernmeut, printed at n- Hlits CUlred by the t:ba-tcr liiisfii The llt bosun with the name of the Mayor nilljiw1 of New York, who ii not "a subordinate In any lIi!li department, und It contalnc J some of tin- city frjliitti employees, but onlv n small fraction of the lUiHall' nuinbor, and in no cao dlil It clvn, as the uliar- HlH'!l; ,er Proidos. the aildross of a Mjlitaiv cm- islnjfu ployee. It wa defective and mlsloadlnu in 'Slsflli other respects, too. containing, for instance, blluii' ' ne name, aa I'nwldontof .Manhattan bornuch. fJSJ3i of AuKUstus W Peters, who died some weeks rtnlllan B0 "inlttlne from the list of Municipal Courts 'iltjfjj the Klehth. the Judc" of which Is .lo-eph II. yaiMl!' Btlner. Chairman of the Hoard o' Municipal (B W Court Judiros: civinu nsWIdermen In twodls- flHlltf trlcts the names of Mr Hart and Mr. Scott, inlllll' xrhose funeral expenses the Iioan! of Aldor- tn nS'i rnen nts recently been asked to audit, and iz- 'Bifisi norlnjr, by omission, the chief public ilcpait- 'flmll tnents, tho l'ollce Depnnment. the Tire De- ''Jiijlll partment, the Department of Highways, the llils Department of Water hupply. tho Department ' iliiiii of IlulldiuRS. tho Department of llriilnes. tlio llllri Department of Sewers, and those departments ' UliltS aronerally In vlilch political appointments nre. ' lUlsffi or In the past have been. made. ifjjlf Borne explanations of the apparent dlre- iltrla nard or tho charter imvWiin havo been made fjjjjfw which have failed to convince. One Isthatsee- JrlBfi3 'on lin8 of tho charter was not known to ItHp those having chirce of the official list. An- ifitfl ther was that 1 vould be an oxrcnsive under- ))B taklpg for the Ci(i llrrnrd t ) publish this list in j !j lull." Hut such o tplanatlon is without force in I jnt lew of the fact that the r,iy .Vcinvf Is pub- 1 !fi llshod bv cr.ntr.irt, that SHO.OOO has been np- Y W proprlated for pa"mnt of Its publication this I if year, and tha tlio space taken by such a list. I Jstf In conformity wi-h the clnrter. could be ae- I jjfij i cured by theomisslon of othurdeiaitmcnt re- 1 iffif ports. The real "tpl.inatlon of tho matter, mi noweTMr. Is a rather curious oi.e and throws a im peculiar sidelight on a phase of citv politics I jl1!? which Is not universally known. I jyl For many years in Ww York It has been an I jfijl nnwltten political law tint where a aenney fill prises In anv subordinate position iK't II I led I Bffl by popular election. It is to "go" to the dls- ' gij trlct to wbloh the resigned or remove ofllelal ' Bjl "was credited " In other words. If three In- IwJ pe"tori In tin Department of l'liblle Works, Bi it was formorly ealloil. or In the Depart- B9 xnent of Highway- as It now it., died, were re- 'irJ-Tf moved, wero proii oteil, resigned, or became II Vm fllaauallncd. the three vaenncles were fo be I Jfji filled from the Assembly lltrlcts In which II HI, the former Incumbents claimed residence 1 1. JThe publleatloii or tb names and re-l.lences J HSJ bystreet mini Pet; muilei t easy for any ap- I 9I pllcant for a "political job" to possess himself J 8l of the knowledge o a nromlslng opening and Ills the respouslblliu of the district leaders for I Mm Betting it was olen-Jv tlxed I SI . Blnco Jan. 1. It-OH. the Assnmbly district I 1 leaders In New ork and Iliooklyn have beon I In provided generally with posts of political Im- I SB portasce at the li?uds of departments, or In I ( chance of bureaus. nil. In nnnr eases. In very ) IE many cases, according to iiolitlc.it gossip, they lis have found it desln-blo nr prudent to with. I RE hold tho making or chances in thalr forco I 5,1 of aubordlnstes oi to make such changes I s lor personal rather ihnti tiolltical reasons, or to 1 fig make them in disregard of tho claims orde- I tp mands of other dlairlet leaders j J j'jr aiambents a year ago In thafWy llecnrd of j If, Jan. Is, the vi. inol.n made by removal dur- 'j if inc tho whole of lust tear could not beappor- I'iSMi tloned to districts, and tho omission of the names of aildrese)s this year in Saturday's I Oilu ittnird makes impracticable the enfores- J ment , of anv claln. Tor refOEiiltlon based upon district divisions It enes. moreoMir. tools. KUlse the exttnt to which since ,Inn 1 Iho sal aries have been r.il"ed In the various city de partments, the process of aiudi Increase going 6n steadily, and entailing now obligations irblch will not nppar In complete form until the making up of 'ho next budget In many district organisations of Tammany Hall the aaeartlon Is freely made that this or tint dis trict "Is discriminated agalim" In fnior of other districts in Hie matter of appointments and In the character of the i laces to which uoh appointments nave boon made, but hereto fore It has not been oslPle to substantiate uoh a claim In tho absence of tho publication of a list conforming to the requirements of the atatute. a part of the New lorK charter A farther ground of grievance among many lo cal aspirants for political olllce in New York, Drooklvn. Queens and Illchmond Is based jjpon the faot that there or an undue num ber of hold-overs," olltlcal responsibility for Whose retention, on grounds other than poll, ties. It Is Impossible, io (Ix in defmilt of a list showing tho districts to which they are cred ited In whatever borough they may reside. The question of "patronage" seems likely, from present appearances, to be nn Important ope In (his year's reinIon of Tammany Hall to 51, city politics decidedly mora so than was the A case a vear ago and anderconditlotis which H need only to be recited In order to be under- Jfi fJ0011', J.!?m, Jn". 1 ,' 1l' '. IWH. more IB Mian 1.501) place In the municipal service of 1 few York s four boroughs were lllled, either ,Ut . "7 direct npnolntiiifnt. by appointment alter ZZ&7 civil enlcoexainnatlnn, or by "temiiornrr if nppoliitrnfnr" pendliig tlio preparation of a ?a list of ellglblos These te mixnury aiipolnt- tf jnepts have been, as the expression Is among J$ , K'lltlPlans. cnrrlrd nlong.' tntlieexpo. tatlon I , Jhat nothing would turn up to prment them fff from becoming nermansnt. It was generally g oxtiected In Tammnny Hall, prior to the week Si P,?'"!? the recent nleetl,,n. that Judge Van jlf Wyok would succeed to the Oo.eriior-:.lp, and that, having tho appointment o' riill Sen Ice ii Oommlssloneri' bo woubl make sucii iiesimm- if tlon as would preclude anv further eonlllct bu ll1 tween the Mate (.'omml-lo"erH and tho mu ll nlqlpal Commissioners of civil sen Ice (is now fa, exist. In the evpeeiatlon of a mon lenient list view of civil sjrice regulutlons. many of the yi minor Tiimmiiii' Hall aspirants and a giod K r many political asplrants.pi llmoklyii, too, iK.t- vEdt poned their demands tor recognition until the fill eault of the State election of November should Qt be ascertalneil i.tul the ehinictei of the isillt- fitl leal complexion of th Legislature known '! They llnd rry little encouragement In the jiff make-up o' Iho iireseu' Legislature and dur- Inn thy past two !ceks there has been a iWI marked revival of the discontent shown by f! many local Tammany committeemen ngaltist III what they describe, ns ihe failure of lhat or- II Banlratlon to ulvo them the "recognition ' to ffilS wh eh they think their prous efforts and Bra aotlvlty tntltfe them. Many of them hate it & LiLaiafiiMMaMaWaar aaWjTSTTiiiiii'ii. .n BjaajkaaBBBBBBBBBBjaB siaar HaaBBHaBBVajH been counting confidently upon the opportuni ty for protest offered them by the appearance of the January Wv fecorrf. containing the "list of all aubordlnatet omploren In any de partment (oxcopt laborers), with their salartea and atreot numbers," but that expectation has been dashoi anil thoy can tlnd In the po ruealof Hatimlay's Ittaird very little informa tion and still less encouragement. io rititsnttrii ax ot.it TiAsmtAitK. i Mrs. .strong's rinn of Rebabllltntlna; the ' Vnnkcn Doodle Ifottse." .Mrs. Ruan Da Lnncey Van Itcnsselaer Ktropic of Inn cod. N. J., writes to Tlir. Bun In behalf of a prpiect for the preservation of Fort Crallo. "tho Yankee Doodle llouso." other 1 wlso the old Urecnbuah Manor Home, opoo slto tho city of Albany. Tho building was erected in ItM'J and was known as tho Fat 1 roon's 1'ort, Crnllo. namod after tin old coun try o'tate of the I'atroon Van Honsselaor, un til 171)8, since which tlmo It liai been called the Orcenbusb Manor House, or, within the last ecnturj, the Yankee Doodle House, be causn It is rccorxled that the lines of that na tional soug wcro composed thero. It Is a Ihreo'Story building, the ;ellar joists of which are hewn logs, and the wall of wbloh Is In parts twenty Inches thick and plorced with port holes. (ion. James Aborcromhie. on his way to the defeat Montcalm was to give him at TIcon dcroga, made tho Manor llouso his headquar ters. Bays Mrs. Strong: "Tho llrltlf.li onicora wore Ihe guests of Jo hannes Van Itcnsselaer and hlslovoly wife, An gelica Livingston, daughter of llobett Liv ingston. Jr., lor nlno years Mayor or Albany. On Aborciomble'a staff was a young surgeon whoso ileilHion was excited ono day by tho sight of the raw American lecrults straggling in from tho countryside clad in all kinds of motley earb. Sitting on tlio edgo of the well in tliu roar of the house, ho scribbled the few lines of doggerel which nlono preserve his name, and tvern dostlned to be adopted and luoudly sung to the stirring quickstep which led so many of those despised country lads to victory when the spirit of 7(1 called and found tbolr glad response The nuthor'n name Ii given variously us Schuckberg. rjbaokborg, and Stnckt le " Tho can niment of the Continental Army was held In the manor gardens In 1775. when the army wan on Its way toTIconderoga. Col. Van Itenssolnur, his three sons. and hla voungor brother, all born in the house served In the nrmy. aa did oiglit nephevs or tho Colonel. Washington, Lnfayottn anil Webster dined at tho Manor House. The property passed by heuueat from the last owner in direct de scent, Dr. Jeremiah Van Uensaolaer. to hla widow, who sold it to real cstato dealers, and It was purchased n few years ago by a llrm ol Ico loalers who intended to build Ico houses there. Tho house was eceuplrd until four years ago. Mrs. Htiong, a descendant of the manor fami ly, obtained from the ico tlealeia lasl autumn an agreement to defor their proposod dispo sition of the property, got an option upon It and a statement of terms under whb'h tho owncra would sell. Her aim was tosullsttlie interest of the family connection and she now asks public aid also toward the purchase of tho property, the res.oration of the house and Its conversion into a repository lor hlstorio relics. The sum needed is 10.000. One-third of the purchase price of tho property must be paid on May 1. and most of that sum has been guaranteed Mrs. Strong sais: "The writer has no deslro but to transfer It n speedily as may be Into tho hands of tboso who will nobly and faithfully labor to support It In a lilting manner She holds the option and will make the tMirehaso at the time appointed, hoping for continued assistance in raising the remainder of the fund " Mrs. S.dmyler Van llcpsselaer, at 0 West Ninth street, or Mrs. Howard Townsend, at '2 Last Fifteenth atiect. this citv, as well as Mrs. Strong, will receive subscriptions. THE OltKCO-IlO.VAX FESTITAU 87,000 In Caah Alrrailv Taken In To Con tinue Till Feb. 4. A Greco-Roman festival to Askleptoa. or .T-culaplus. is In progress at the Thirteenth Regiment armory in Brooklyn. Its obiect la to raise monoy to procure a house for the Icings County Medical Society, and it launder the direction of the Woman's Auxiliary to the Iiuilding Committee of tho aoeiety. The auxil iary was formed unite by accident a year ago. In this way: The society is an organization of over 000 members, all physicians. For a long time it has bean very much hampered by lack of suitable headquarters. One of the most serious difficulties was the disposition of the library, which is one of the most valuable In the country. V woman came to tho rescue. She was Mrs. George A. Lvans. who conceived the idea of forming tlio Woman's Auxiliary. She believed that tlio wives of tho doctors should assist them In raising funds by means of a fair, and the liiiildlng Committee was so fnvorabli impressed with her plan that eho was authorized to organlzo the women. The first meeting wa-.beld Jan. 17. 1808. at the Medical Soe!etllbullding,j.'Jotl Ilrijgo street, and only Heoiitocn ladles wore preseLt, On tho last day of the month a third meeting was bold and permanent ofllcors elected. Mrs J I'.lllott Langstair. Ill Seenth avenue, being made 1'rcstdcnt Tlicro aro 1150 members of the auxlll.uy. but 'J.lsu women are working to make the Un7aar a llnnnclnl. artistic and so cial success It opened last Monday night nnd will close oa 1 eb. A ho far the averago dally attendance h is been 4.000 and up to Friday night over S7.U0O hail been taken into the ttcasiirv In cash and $11,000 was due on outstanding tickets. What's more, the best of the show has not como yet. The drill hull or tho armory. In which tho main pait of the fete Is held. Is the largest in tho State. No'palns hae been spared to con vert it into a repioluctlon of tlio citv of Athena. The l'arthcnon Is there and: temples nnd stiects complete. Memorial Hall adjoining has been convened Into a Roman mart where fruits and (lowers are ottered for sale ny maid ens who tell you tliat thoy are In the garb of the ancient city. Monday night will bo merchants' night, when many of the guets will do prominent merchants. On Tuesday night all unsold goods will be disposed of by well-known auc tioneers Tlio armory will bo closed to the public on Wednesday In order to have the lloor put In perfect condition for tho big Greco-llom.in ball on Thursday evening. This is to bo tho pFce de resistance of the festival. Tho tickets are $.r each, which In cludes supper. Nearly every box Is already taken. The fair will cloao on Saturday night with Olympian games. TII'O CHAtir.ES IIEllXAXDEZESr On Jumped nia Hall Here, Another Got tin Oflifo in Cuba. Assistant Secretary of War Molklejohn called upon District Attorney Gnrdlnor yesterday to get information about Charles Hernandez, who had been arrested here on n charge of laiceny and disappeared after gottlng out on ball, Mr. Meiklejolm said tho War Department was anx ious toknowwhethorthe man who had jumped his bail was the mun of tho same name who had turned up In Cuba and got a job tinder the United States Government The man In Cuba was known as t'lnrles Hernandez nnd had formerly resided In Now lnrkcily Tlio Charles Hernando, who bad been ar rested bore had boen In tlio employ of Schlofle lln Jr Co.. wholesale druggists He hud charge of the Hi m's foreign correspondence Schliiffe lln ,V Co.'s bookkeeperdlseovorcd a shortage in the accounts of Hcrnande.nnd Hnruundcz was arrcsti d and released upon furnishing $1,000 bill. When his case was called for examination in the Centre Street l'ollce Court ho did not apt ear. Photographs of the Charles nornandezwho Is wanted hero will bo sent to Cuba, to bo com pared with photographs of the Charles Hcr nnndoz now In the Government's oinploy. SIlEltlVV AT C.tMPAXIA'S PIKE. Wantrd tho Ilnggnge of Two Ei-Nrn York ers on nn (Mil Debt Didn't art It. Ewcn llrothers. cotton brokers of this city, failed In Decembor. 1KHI, nnd tho partners, John M. and Warren, have lived out of the Stato slnco lM8f, one In Chicago, It Is said, and one in St. Louis Hearing that thoy wero to pass through this city on tho wuy to Europe. Hopkins A Huufoid. creditors for $5,1100, tinned over an attachment to the Shorlit.and Deputy Sheriff hulllvim went tctilio Cum pan n's pier yestr,lav to seize tlio baggage of the Kvvons. The baggage be found wns all claimed by Malcolm F. Lvven.u third brother, and tho Sheriff could not take it. The other Fnensuro t-aid to havo gone to Europe three woeks ago. Ihe Charily Hull. The Charily Hull next Tuesday night at the Waldorf-Astoria piomlses to be a great boclal and llnanclal success, Tho monoy taken In will, as usual, go to the Nursery and Child's Hospital Tickets may now be soiurcd nt the fol owing nddreses: It) West Fifty-sixth sticct. 'J i.aat Thlity-llfth street, 11U Fifth live nun, in West Eleventh street and 1-tj West 1 Kty-elghth stioot lloxes nmy be procured 1 )y apphliig t.. Mrs. i". N Goldard. 'J East Tlilrtv-lllth street. A number of dinners will I Precede tlio ball, among the hostesses being , Mr and Mrs l.lbrtdgeT Gerry Mrs Almerlo , laget, Mrs Henry Dnnock, Mrs. William Fan- , I eluwe and Mrs. J Bayro Martin. J COVET BQVADS DECIMATED. Eighty rolleemen Who riatdSoft Snaps Bent Itaek to Precinct Daty. "" Chief Do very gar out yesterday the narries of the policemen who wore transferred recently ftom tho court squads to precinct duty by or der of tho l'ollce Hoard. Tho reason whr the list was not made publlo at the time the change was decided upon was to enable tho men who woro transferred to ahow their political strength. It Is known that the list of trans. fers as made publlo yestorday afternoon con- tains many names not on the original trans- i for list. The revision was made after tho ills- irlct leaders had been consulted by the various men who were assigned to ncttvo duty. Thoso whose pull waa strong enough succeeded In setting put back In the court squads, which are looked upon ns a flop, snap on account of the easy hours and frequent holidays. The ttansfers yesterday reduced the court squads of the boroughs of Manhattan, lironx and Drooklyn by about one-third. Ilefo-e tho transfer thero were In the throe boroughs mentioned 1!.'14 policemen doing ciurt duty, 18.1 In Manhattan and the lironx nnd CI In llrooklyu. Eighty were transferred to active Juty, slxty-flTO from tho Manhattan and Bronx and fifteen from Drooklyn. HT. a ALT. I, ACE CASE APPEALS. Involc Frleea Advanced Only About SO Far Cent, on 14 Onset Decided. It was stated yesterday that the decisions In all tho lit) 8t. Gall lace cases, In which reap pralsementslwote made by the Committee of Re nppralsemont of tho Unltod States Hoard of Gen noral Appraisers, aro ready for handing down. l no decisions in tourteon oases nanucil down on Friday In no caso advanced the Invoice value CO por cont., or to tho point at which seizure of tho goods Is Imperative. Appraiser Wakeman originally advanced tho various Invoices all the way from 45 to 100 por cent., but Gen eral Appraiser Sharrotts. to whom the matter waa sent, made an advance of but 4H percent. Mr. Waknman wanted an nppenl taken. There was somo friction betwuen him nnd Collector Hldwnll over nn appeal, and tho result was that tho matter was taken to Washington nnd tho Treasury Department ordered tho Collec tor to appeal. In the fourteen cases on which decisions have been handed down tho hlghost advance made Is 'M per cent., and tho advances average about 20 per cent. Fnte of n Stnrm-ltound Toper. Kalamazoo, Mich., Jan. 28. Michael Mo Donour, who had boon on a protracted spree, ran out of whiskey nt his homo In the suburbs this morning, Tho storm wns so sovere that he could not got out, and he drank six bottles of lemon extract and dlod In a few minutes. College;; nnd .Schools. For Girls & Young Women City Cqnntry. KINDERGARTEN TWS11&S- Feb. lth. (Free scholarships limited.) Call early. Z. A. COTTKM, Met. Temple. 7th av. and nth ft. For II03-B ami Young 3Ien City and Country. SACRED HEART ACADEMY. Select Catholfo Hoard. nc School; naw bulldlntrt; fecund term brains Feb. 1; rated reasonable. Brother AUGUST, Wont Cheater. N. HEAIPSTFAD (Louc IMtudi Institute. fortieth stu censfiil ytar repnt tnanasemnnt; health fulnKn remarkable; rxpenditum moderate; Ian guatfta tauitht cumeraatlon ill. Circular and par tlcuUrn, li'Hi Uroadway; & Cooper Institute. KVLi: Mill tTim unite, Flushliie. N. Y. German Am erica n boardinc school forboyn; no summer vacation, admission any tlmo; boy always under teachota' supervision. . . .. -4r a- si- i -. i . I or lounc Jieii women-City Si Country. REGENTS' EXAMINATIONS. 34th term of the Stnftner School lierfns Jan. 30. lHim. Ou tuition fnranr course until thn stud nt haa successf ull lanBed tho t'Xutntliitlou. Tor rataloituo address " BKCKKTJUIY" SKXFTSEIt SCHOOL. 13 A.toriilaie, ', V. citr. REGENTS' EXAMINATIONS." Over 3,000 student have been prepared at New York Preparatory Hchool. If. W. -43d St.; elates and private work, hew term begins Jan. 30. IHy, Iluslness Colleges WALWORTtTlNSTITUTE, ion no kast lsarii st. Tuition payable In tho middle of the Una. The training cien here Is what eery rouna: man and youu soman should have, and it Is Indispen sable for those who wish nowadays to becomo most successful In business lite. Its courses ot Instruc tion includu boobkeeuitut. business customs and busmen i papers, penmanship, commercial law, let ter urnfnir and itramniar. shorthand, tj pewrttinu, etc. lndlWdual instruction; day and eienuiit es sinna, sepsrate ladies' department; irraduatea as sisted to situations, students can beirin at any time. CM or write for Prospectus (cIMnu full particulara. Can J or Cttn't I,.s hull Jar Shan't I." r.i'nrn Short hand? STENOGRAPHY, COME AND TRY IT. TYPhWRlTIU lMate nr Class InstnicUon. TRAININQ NIGnT CLUB CLASS. SCHllDI oa.rilINt,. All Systems. 3lIIUUl , ,;, iionii,!,.. srfiKIU.NU. 8 KAST 43IST. ' Jr". E. 1'AItllISlI, Instructor. WOOD'S NEW YORK SCHOOL" llL'SlNF.SS AN1 MIOKTI1AN1). fiTH AV. AND 12.-.TI1 ST. January was a irood month nearly 100 students entered and a lante number accepted very desirable positions. We teach a few jiractical thfntcs in a Ira tlcul way. We take nun-piodu. tie iicojile aud ninke them ti.rifty We ha e a larire school J ante schools aro tho best. '1 !. excite competition aud brum out tho best ijuallties and brmhten thtui. Vliltoia aro welcome. Day and n!iht si ssions. 1". K. Vf001Proa. HENRY VON DEYLEN'S BUSINESS SCHOOL, SH Clifton place, near Xostrand av., DrooVlyn, N. r. Double-entry bookkeeping ApproeJ sj stem is tauitht thorti hly by mall or personally by a rapid method, as also business practice, mitlimetlc and Oerman lauicuaiie personally. Send for particulars. Paine's Eusinesg School and School of Stenography and Typewriting. Open Day aud Evnnlnu. ill' Uonery. Cor. Canal St. Uptown 11)7 We.t 3tth t.. Cor. llroaday. RUTHKltFOHD'S HClIOOLH.-OreirB's, tho future shorthand; tjnewrittnic, hookkeeplnit. iia3 Broadway, Kew York: :oo Joralemou st., Krooklyu. STKNOnltAl'HY tauuht. thoroiiuh.completecoui"se: bus necs. law and court reporting; prlato lu oifiiiiiiMi ,uu, Liniiiiicin ir.utin Kiisrnnieeu, i jia a" practical eiperlence; ir yeara ofllelal court a euouraphers stenographers nlven practical flnlsh Inir course business, law, court rejfirtimr. Increasing epced 60 per cent.: test ref. rences; In (to Interview. D. (" BKLHIAS. ti East tUthat, ft'ELKOltArilY. atenonraphy, typewriting, liok- keeplim. liroiessional einerts; shortes tlnie. least expense. TUOMPHUN'B 1IUHINE83 COI.UV3E. 20 fourth av. Musical. AT 113 EAST 18TII M". ThaONLY New York Conservatory of Music, 112 KASl" 1HTH HT, 11K1WKKN 4TH AV. AND IRVING PLACE. Establl.hed lHtl.'l. Chartered 18(15. Empowered to award Diplomas and i onfer Detrrcea. Iho FAMOUS SI IJblCbUHOOI.ror BHIlNNKlM for ADVANCED PnPIL8 HINUI.NO PIANO VIOLIN .... OltUAN AM. INSTJlf-MENIS. ELOCUTION. DIlllIA'JIO AltT, LANQUAOKS. IlltAWI.NU and PAJVriMt PltlVATe, and CLASS INhl'ltUOTION. TnE N. V. L'UNtti:itVAlUltY. the ilrat oritanlred In America, oners ttie accumulated advantaitoof years of successful deration. Tho HI MIVAkh COIUNof Instructors aro from conservat nils of J'aris, Ilp.ic, Ilerlin, Brussels, Ireiiltti, Cologne, Vienna, filunlcli.Mllanand Naples. BUbbL'IlII'l'ION BOOKS OPK1 DAILY TllllUUilU. lll'l'TIIK IKAlt. OIUIH'AThS PllOMDP.D WITH POSITIONS. N, II. NO BltANCH. ENIIllKLY Sspara.e rrom other schools w deb imitate ita name snd methoda. tJUAIlTEKS UlCOJN tnimdat of Kntiatice. SCHOOL OF ACCOMPANYING, 251 rii'Tii avi:nui:. The art of accompanj Inir taught in a course of twenty lessons. Vocal teachers and aimers fur nishod with professional aco.impinists. Open all year. IHABKL McOM.L. Director. " LAM PERT 1 SCHOOL7 Mist l'.MM IIOiVHON, PuplIofOIOVANNILOIPEItTI teaclierorsembrleh. mi ftl 11 AV..N.Y . 300 Fl LTONhT , BLOOKLYN. Voices tried free, 13-2, stN. Y. studio, Tuesdays Fri days; aud at Brooklyn studio Mondays k Thursdays. ALBERT GBRARD-THIERS. lOICi: I'llOIllirTlfIN ANI MtN'O. oices tried Mouda s and Wednesdays, 2 to 4 a. M. Lessons resumed. Htudlo, li-tu Iilnutnu ar N. Y. MME. DRLINA C. PECKHAW; lM. rOOUTNEY metlmd. Krce tolca trial Hon da) a. Wrdlirsda) s, !.0 i:ast 27th St. Mnu '. O G D1JN CRAE Vocal Culture; Htudlo n Fast Htu at.. New York, Fit A NK G. JJ OSSEli T, ISO.'.C'arueElallall. Blnccra coached, opera, oratorio, IV3AX BENDHEiM inal Instructor, has remoitil to &03 Carnriclo Hall, ' MME. HENRIETTA BE' BE," 0CAI, tiTUIUO, 22rt Wtat44lhst. lIANO INHTltUOTION. -Carefnl. 'ieni.etent teachenaprclal atttntlou to beirinnerai tenna rtav aonable, addrras LENA U11DAN0.21U Kast 12tbat. Collcgfti And rtiool0. aaswas.iHa.sffslisi.swaHSt1ntfalaiaWaVwi DanclnK Acndemli MISS McCABE'S Dancing School, 31 Kast 17th St., nearB'war. Private and class lessons dallyl beKinnera any Urns. PROF- COBB'S 887 Hudson at., near VT. 11th at, Walts and two-step cuaranteed In 10 private, lesaonst t6i circular. pKNTRAI, PAltK UANC1KO AOADEMY, r,4th at., V.'8th av. OUsa, private Instruction dally; 4 las sons 51. circulars. Schools for I.nneunses. LANGUAGES. Tim Vlil.ASCO SCHOOL, 83 Scbermerliorn St. Phono 1,1 10 A Brooklyn. 1JRIVATE LESSONS In Trareh or Oermant fif teen cent4.day or evanlnff. Call or address rrofessor jsENDLL, SSIIeyward at,, Brooklyn. Kclioola of Art. THE KENSINGTONTvgua. Now open Tha moat faaclnatlnK art for amateurs. Architect ftoort. 20H W. 2d St., will elre further in formation and ahow spoclmcns, 1 1 to 12 daily. Mclioola of I'lijalcnl Culture. BERKELEY" ( .SPSnYflSglt. GYMNASIUM ( ttV&W&'ith. Ntirnnil Tfrm Opens rptirunrr Scl. WOODS' " Handball. Boxlne. OT.1INAHIUM, Tralnluir. Bathe, Ac. -2h '4Hl, 8t,i. UJntrance. $5; monthly due, ti ' THE D. S. DOWD PHYSICAL OUTFIT Complete. $3.60. Illustrated circnlarfrce. B KHthsi. Schools of Elocution nml Drnmntlo Arts. run and ron Tnr. cure ov lgr,W STAMMERING. IT DHATIIKY 124Jjy. UEO.H. PUILLlPa.lMn. DEFECTIVE SPEECH; !', 1KSSJ . Lip Iteadlng. Miss O. K- 1IAKT, 111 West 21st sU I LOCUTION, Delsarte and staite manners bv an ai . "rfncstl teacher. Writ tn or call upon Mra. JEAKNIE JIATMONDE TL'UNOT. 320 Westl2BlliaL Ternchera' Aceucles. TVJIBIAM CoyniEIlE'R Teachera' Airenoy anppliea ,, . Professors, tutors, tcaohera, eorernessea, c in alldepts.; schools carefullr recommended. 160 5th ar.. cor. 20th st. HE Ati ESTATE XEfTS. Tho satlafaotory nuinbor of real estato trani actlons ooncludod durlnc the past vcook has cone far to prove that confidence In realty ai a peculation or nn Investment haa returned in splto of tho increased tax rate. Tho dealinea for the vroek havo covered a ureat Tnrlety of properties in every section of the city. The most prominent sales of Improved property have been on Fifth avenue. Amone these were the sales of Nob. fitM to flllM. four-story bulld lnc, to Horace Hutehincs for nbout $:25.000. and Xo. l'J and l.'O to Jpf ferson M. I.ovr. An important Broadway proporty. ,No. 440. a mercantile building, was nuicliased bv Andrew. I. Trecdman for nbout $lli,(M)0. Fifth avenuo was repn-iented In tho snlcs of unimproved tiroptTty tliroueh tho pur chase by James Stillninn of a plot just north of the eortiprof Souinty-seeond street. -Mr. Still man already owned tho corner plot and now Ins a rrnntaee on thoavonuenf 87.'J feet. Cen tral Park West ptoperty was represented It) two sales. .Indue Dtmro bouclit two block fronts between Hlxlv-seoond nnd .Slvty-fmirth streets for nbout SiOO.OOU. ami Henry Oppenbelmor was the purchaser of a larce plot. l(Xl.v00, on the southwest comer of Seventy-firm street. Thorn have been luree wilen of unimproved property in the upper section of the city. Two of thee wore tlio sales of the block front on Amsterdam avenue between UlSth nnd lH''th streets and on Convent avenue between 141st and 1 42d streets. There woro no auction sales of Importance during tho week. The parcels vtere hid In for the most part by the plaintiffs In the actions. Tho followlnc are the comparative tables of the conveyances. morteaKes and projected bulldlncs for the corrcspondlnc weeks of 1HW aud lcfiS. ascompllcd by the Hecordand Guide: CONVEYANCES. 1S99. Hi). Jan. !0 f Jan. !1 f ... v . ,. mt f?lnc. Total number for llan- hattan and Bronx 253 274 Amount luoled S1.0A7.0D4 11,800.870 Toul nominal n r, hi Total numlh-rof convey- ancea. Jan. 1 to date... 1,054 1,220 Total amountof comey- ances, Jan. 1 to data . 11,835,860 7,531,475 JtORTOAQES. Total number for Man hattan and Bronx 853 273 Amount Invoked 5,40,28 $3,481,124 Numberoier&percent. 301 nn Amount lmnleii $1,768,117 $873, lllll Numberat r. per cent... 1 s ir nr, Amouutiniolved .. .. S1,S72,M tl.VfiAt''' No. at less than r. p. c. H7 44 Amount ilivnllcd $2,115,500 $818,750 No. of uboo to hanks, trust and Ins. co's 4 37 Amount IntollCil $1,342,SS7 $1,002,800 Total umubir of mort- CSites, Jan. 1 to date .. 1.350 1,307 Total amount of mort- caera, Jan. 1 tn date. . $21,594,081 $16,747,757 I'ROJFCTEn BUILDIVOS. Ko. of new buildings... r.w no Estimated cost . .. $1,328,1)45 $1,789,000 Total uitmbei now build inus, Jsn. 1 to date 2f,2 188 Totnl amount new bulld iniis Jan Itoibite . . $5,848,410 $8,498,950 Total amount of altera tions. Jan. 1 to date. . $110,229 $25D,000 l'rlvnte .sales. John N". Goldinr; and V. fl. Hall A Co. have sold for Stanley .Mortimer to Thomas E. Stlll inau the MU-foot plot on tho north aide of 8ev-enty-olBlith street. 1!.10 feet eabt of Fifth nvo nue H l'ehloinann .t Son have sold for L'can .fc Halleey tho even-story npartinent lionse, .r0x IWI 1. No 'Jill WestTlilrty-rourtli stieet JelTorhOti M. Levy bus pureliused Xo. l.'ll I ifth avenue, iitljuiuinir No. l'Jli. purchased by him recently. Jlurtln A- llrother havo sold (ho two flvo-story (lath. HOxllK) each. Xos 111) nnd 111! West Hlty-flisthtroet, for nbout filO.OW). The Kriist-Marx-Nathan Company has sold tho northwest corner of 174th sttmt and Ful ton nVDiitie. '7.tl.()x IrrcBiilnr. to John Xauuh ton: the northeast corner of Third avenue and 17'-M street. 11 .v 1 1 10. and tliree lots on Vyn avenue two on the wist side, llfty feet south of 17'Jd street and otie on the west side, 100 feet south of 17l!d street each "jrixioo Ahelinnn A Kouenbanm havo purchased a Blot, 1011.11x100. on tho southeast corner of oliinibus. aveuuo and 108th street. Hnhnin .1, 11 ll I linrn linim ...1.1 .-. ,1. f. .! Iloani of llellef thn tlireo-story dwelilnc, on lot'jnxlOO. No. 215 West, Twcnty-llrt-t street. forflH.tHX). Well ,t Jlayer havo soM the six-story tene ment, on lot 2Tx 100, No. 102 Sullivan street: the live-story tenement, on lot 2,-1x117, No. 2f9 Kast Seventh stteot, and the live-story tene ment, on lot2."7.'l, No. 10.77 First avenuo. (ireonlierc llrothers have boiicht the tene ments No. 2;i0 ntnl 2.18 Clinton street. limes .V Center have sold tlio six-story tene ment, with stores. No, 505 West Twonty sevonthstrei't lieorco H. Hull has sold to a Mr Kaufman tho two live-story Hats on the oast side of l'ark avenue, between heventy-fourth and Hoventy tlltli streets, for $47,000. Cyrus Field Jtnlson has sold for Henry Parish his summer residence, consisting of nnout thirty acres of laud and dwelling, on Sunny side Inne. at lrvlncton-on-tho-IIiidson, to tleorcre II. JIairs (t, Tuoto.V Co. have sold for Joseph L. Ilut tenwflscr the ulx-storr tenement No. 22 llax ter stteet. tho tlvo-!,tory tenement No. 03 iat a lilnl Htrpft. the slx-stoiy tonement No. 307 West Third street, the six-story teneraeut No. 0 Thompeon street, nnd the six-story teno tnent No. llli Sullivan stieot Tlio same llrm has i-otil the Maurice U'Cnmior farm at Wood bury. Long Island, to A. Mazzonl for J5,000. New BulUIIncs. rians wero llled with the Donarfment of Buildlncs yesterday for the followlnc: lly Jacob Hschol. owner, for a live-story flat and stores at No 70-74 l'lku street: architects, llornburcer A. Htrnub: cost, f 50.01K), . lly Miss Delia htevons, owner, for thlrteon four-story dvvellliiBs at south sldo 142d stroot. 100 feet west of Convent avenue; arehltooU (ieorco . bluUer; cost. f20-.U00. lly Jtolert lorcuson. owner, lor a (lve-story Hat and stores at southeast corner )12th street and KiKlitliiivHinio; architoct. tieortio W. I'el hanii cost, j:i..000. , lly William Cum mines, owner, for a five-story flat and filoros at northwest corner 1 12tli street nnd hluhinnvoniiu; architect, Georco W. l'el ham: cost, III 1,000. lly J. M, AW. 11. Stewart, owners, for a nine, story Hat at l.li:lity-foui Hi street and lllvorsldo Drivo architect, Oeorj;ehelHter: coot. SISO.ooij, ,liy Alonru 11. Klsht, owner and architect, for six llvn-story dvvelllncs ut Nos .'I13-a2:i WeBt Eluhty-slxth street: cost, $114,000. lly AuKiist lleehstein, owner, for Improve. mentbtoNo.fi.r.'Nashlni.'tonstreot.vvareliouso: orehlleet, 1 ranklln llayllcsj cout, $15,1X10. lly Max (iroen. owner, for Improvements to No. 20.1 boventh avenuo, store and dwelilnc: architect, 1". F. Hrocnn; cost.1.0()o , lly estate of (ieoiire Henry Warren, owner, for improvements to No IKl.i Jiroadway. stores: architect, I'nink 1) Oheeii.coht, 2.12t). lly Mrs. M C N'ordeiniinn. owner, for Im provements to east side Madison avenue. 45 ieet south of Mnety-third etruot. dwelhuc: arehliect. Oeoriro W Hpltrert eoet tl.HOO. lly Mitchell At'. Levy, owner, lor Improve ments to .So 124 Last Thirty-second street, stable and lofts: architects. Stein, Cohen ,t Hotli; cost, $5,000. , lly estato of Ueiijamlu II. Winthrop. ownor. for Improvements tn Nos. It), 12 and 14 Avenuo A. tenement; architoct, 0. H. Mujer: cost. J2.000 Come To-day. Five-Cent Pare. YOU WILL REGRET it If you don't take our advice to come and SEE THE LOTS in CHESTNUT HILL. NO SUCH BARGAINS for HOME SEEKERS and INVESTORS in Greater New York. DO NOT DELAY. THEY ARE 25 PER CENT. CHEAPER than any lots in vicinity. Prices will certainly be 25 per cent, higher by April 1st. No interest charged on deferred payments until May 1st, 1899. COME TO-DAY and see for yourself. We have a comfortable and heated office on the property. CHESTNUT HILL. For Home Seekers and Investors. 27 MINUTES FROM NEW YORK CITY HALL. PRICES LOW. TERMS TO SUIT. Chestnut Hill can b reached In 27 mlnutea ftom aton. walla, shade treta, Ac, will b mads and New York City Hall and with a five-cant fare. It la completed Immediately without expens. to pur- altuateit on Uceau avenue, near Trospcct l'ark, be- chafers. . ...., .... a tween Arpmif a I and J. Kverr pnrchaser wlu be or! Ten a title guaranteed It la liliih ground, tine streets, stone sidewalks, gas by the Title Guarantee and Truet Company of New and water, srhoola and chiurhe a near, mall service, York free of expense, peet'park. Dt prol"Uou' ahoIi dlatanco from Pros- OUT-OF-TOWN CUSTOMERS. We will pay all tales until yon here fully paid up Bneclel attention glten to out-of-town bny.ra. W. andrrrelved your deed. Only 4 per cent, interest will make selections for ron, and Mf rnn r not per- on balance. All luiprovementa. auch aa atrecta. foctlr saUstled WK WILL ItETUnN YOUIl MONT.Y. SEND FOR PROSPECTU8 AND MAP. HOW TO BeMX'.M Only 27 Minutes Trains lea New York 7 A.M. and ererjr lTr.'T1 , half hour tLercaflor. Leaiajlrooklrn side fij ftinrn Mmtt V rtflr vXJj-L fmliiutrs later. Franklin a. TtlB A.M. andl II OIH Xi O V X J1 iV. eerr half hour therealn-r. .. . TTTF.T? T?. T" Mmr elfftrlc care at the Drldge. Pi f.Tr TTo 1 1 Aja.JMXli.Ill. J change at llerccn at., get off at Avenue L I VlUy XLUiil. CHESTNUT HILL LAND AND IMPROVEMENT CO., Office on Property, Ocean Avenue and Avenue I. 220 Broadway (Room L, 91ii Floor, SI. Paul Bui,dl..g), New York. V V VWW Wt UtWL (L MANHATTAN. SKI5 OUR $o() AXI S75 IiOTS at Hay Edge and Locu.t Lawn, Jamaica, I,. I. Only 1 h mr f rom N Y. Trolley direct in property. Terms, $1 down an I f I jirrwerk. No Interest. Tbi e aro midwinter price.. No is thn time to innst. Olllce ou pr-'Prty alwais open. Write or call formap .ind frio tickets. Auents wanted. II. C. KAUI C CO., 11 .IOHX ST., XKW YORK. 3lrl estate or ale (Ettrj. HOUSi:sI'OIlSAI.K "" In all sections of Naw York city. for ItiTestment or occupancy. STANDARD ItKAI.TY COMPANY. 80 Liberty at. A Til'. We can double jour money in Bronx J bnrotiuli realty this nprilii:; tho boom is here; bnivalnM in priute and store pmjjerty, on and near 3d a.,)iayafruui Sin ! 12 i;ros. Comeuudsco ine. KAIU'PKL CO., nd av., mist St. "IJrAROAINS in lots-llo.ton. Third. Wsshlngton, A Jerome. Morris, Piospcct, t'nion, Vanderbllt, ami igleas.; uithol nittiout loans. KAKPPK1, I'll. 3d av.. Ullatat. LOTd to lease; wn-st slile. below f.Dth st. .vsiiroitni co., jr,OU llroadway, ONLY 15.8.1 PElt WI'.EK, total coat to carry. In cluding payment aiMlnst iirinripal. A niodol sneu or eight room houe, hard wood tllin, o.en pliimbliik'. gas. cleclrlc.lv, all convi nlrlices; retined, rLsidential ai-etion of city; on y .13 mlnutea from Bloaiiway ami ll-Jthst. Write for full ( i),ci , -fjrt, no--j Liberty at., particulate to yJW-y Manhattan. 91 Til sr TKr. HTU AND 7th AVS.-Three-- J story stable, .IGxlUil. ASIIKOKTII CO.. ir0 Broadway. ft! PflO -'Al'If. halance easy, Dno now three". 9i,UUU family house; will increase ('oil In Miluo lusnlo of limn months; actual rent ;:: yearly . ownercan 11 e on one uoorabsolutcl) cent f ico liesides getting r per c.-ut. on inestments. throe blocks fiom elevated station. Kir.l'ITL f CO., 3d av. and til 1st at. aveni vj'jinie ror nif-ionojimtia ELMHURST7L L IS Minutes from :utli St. lVrry. COMMUTATION ilHc.. ISPLUDINa FEItRY TO MKW YOItK. T1IOLI.KYS TO ALL FKIlltlES AND ACB03H IlKIDaE, fi CENTS. NEiailllOItllOOD IIKITIIICTKD, AND ITH C1IAR- AOTKK hJlTAllLlHl'.D. .ocAn- IIOU8ES BUILT TO OltDER FROM PLANS. 8ET EHAL (JOMI'LKIKI). COIlI MEVEK CO., Elm hurst, L.J. 2 William at.. N. T. Hae yon heard BOWNE PARK li"' 70a aa 1,uy QUICKER THAN ?". "iVoltol HARLEM. 100 near the eeo- r v i. I... ... uraphical centra of New York with the money you are now paylnc in rent for a modest flat In Manhattan? If not. call or write JOHN DAYTON A, CO., Hulldors, MtmilAY HILl, STATION, Jt'LUSIIINO. LONCJ ISLAND. Houaes hae from nine to eleven rooma and bath alllmpro,eiiients, liuliidlnK electno Unlit, six now left; read) for iiuuudiate ocelli Micy; more bmldliiK, I?I.MHUIWT. fliarlea PUei-.-lIonse and grounds, -i 60iK.il; two minutes inilroail itatlou; trolley di rect Now lurk, 3th st. frrrj ; decoran d: nine rooms, bath; woitli fi.'Kiii; laru-alii ij.joo, TALKINBUHO. owner, Murray Hill station, Irliiahmu. PLUSIIINO. Tbrcn beautiful liousss. Juatfiiiiiibad; - attain heated, open ftrejilaces, eery Imprnte ment.saiTl i'o iinlrk )llli'uai In ttiti. l,(H.O cash PALKIMil'HU, bulldtr, jtuiray Jl ill station, Flush- 7I.imniXO, 2-.'d st.. near Broadway sUtlon-40x x 1 on. House, leu rooms. (3,41111. (r.oocash. balance easjiJiistbulidliw. FALK.N..UI-.U, builder, oppo situ Murray Hill station. I'liiaulus. ' vp 7 IOUKES Built -Plans, siiei-inratlons free; beautl ! ful i lots yuieiia borounh; bandy ManbatUa. re all tied, rctlned, comi'iiniit siirroiiiidinics. FALK IMtUItO. builder, Muiray 11111 autlou, Flushnii: iMitlist. ferry;. W'OODMDE. - Caucron Terrace, house and Krouiius, .'.ox'Jln; ten rooms, bath, laundry eicry liiiproviuiout, beautifully icrraced; ten mint utes. rail.ir tmi.ej. niiustirii f. ny; ti,r.no .i.. ..Jin) l-ALKIXiilJIlO, owner, Murray iiill .ullou. Al'OiinsiDU Elmhurst. Corona," riuthluitrBay". side -Imiiruwtt houses, inodenttti nilces, easy eniis, .or.jenl.iit Maiilutuu rail, trolley. FALKI.s'. Ill It , bulldtr Murray Hill station, Flushing uth st, urry. Wriitthwter (Co. roperm got $nt. 'OUI.Djou use lieautlf ill place In Youkera worth V o,uio,if a uur.-an , ll'KDON,jealtaUte, Yonkera. K'KHIDKMJK, 3it acrts. with house, 6 minutes' walk from station. T, P. M box b3 bcaradale, N, Y. I MANUFACTURING SITES with dock fronUnea on tidewater and railroad awitch. near this city; 14, minut abv train; depot on projierty; t'ommutatlon 10 rents, tlour.shllii: lllaKe; waterlu pipes and sew erate. jtnerbiH tenia to desirable manufacturers; no harm to liitrst uate. Call any forenoon and see man. or writ. PALISADES PARK OFFICE, 131 Wcat 33d st. cw York. pAUPKNTEHS HAVIN15 SOME MEANS to build v- incilluniilze dwelllims in a prosperous vlllafto near this city, which will be extensively advertlaod shortly, should call tn forenoon or address PALISADES PMIK OFFICE, 131 West 3;d at., New York. Seal state .o7$nle Hew Jer.e NEW YORK SUV OFFICG.EWARK, N. J. W4 iIROAI, ST. ADVERTISKRS MAY LEAVE I HEIR ORDERS KT THIS ADDRESS. WHERE THE 5iJl!r kV.'SS Wi, AJIKNTION WILL BE SHOWN "I ONO BRANCH Vlt-inltjr-riirlale. cottTeeiTjuv -U tela, farms, 25, 1(10 acres, cheap. WILLIAM LtXE. Long Branch. Item state fox .alc JJewey Cits. ""EW delachid cellar, six-room houae, Improve. 4.1 iiients: lsre lot; (2,100. monthly pajiuenta; laiice house and itruunda, ptaiza. ,ny wtmlons; sta ble; excellent 1 lew; low prlco. JOHN A. LANE, 230 ltaudoljili av. cSeal estate Jfor ale (Eouutrtu Cl'MMI'lt resort for sale, half value; fully fur 'J ui. i,td; Jit cry, n aires liwiis, tennis tourts. car len, stcriocr, modcin Imjiroa mi ts; lt,o miles Bluo Miiiiiitaina: 20 jciia oterwholmlne success; net protlts (It.oiH): permanent skkness cause; . l'.cl,J". "." ,rHrod fare (I, Post Olllce box 2887 New tork city, cPeareptate oiT.Sale. FOR SALE.' HOUSES Bar gains in tbo Park Slopo and all other sections of Brooklyn, both for salo anrl tn lrt. W sra r(T- ing some of tho boat bargains over known in dwellings for sale. LEONARD MOODY R E. CO., 20 Court St., 309 Flatbush Av., 7-16 Washington At. EXECUTORS' SALE. HOTEL PROPERTY. TO SETTLE Til l: hSTATK OF W. II CLEMENT. THK HOrK.L KNOWN' AS CONGRESS HALL, BlIIATOUt rll'RINCB. N. Y. IR OFFERED AT PRIVATE HALE AS A OOINO CONCERN. COMPLETE IN EVERY IlKSPKM l JX,,iJ,IAN.K.HTA,,,'':.l)TlfADIlANDaOOli WiLL. ADDRESS, CLEMENT & COX, . HARATOflA HI-HINDS. N. T Or SB7 DEiir.nN Ave. Jersey CITY, X. J. Or18 Mal.N ST.. CINCINNATI, OIllO, IJ'INK CAFE for -ate"; also"fa7nisr"iTot"els and rest J. deiicea. HUTLKR, unjl'way. New York city. Heat (estatTloxriiannfT APILKTO.8 KXCIIANOk" LIsfT" Owner nf business bulldlne. nlth $40,000 euiilty tall rented), wants conutr iinliiciimbered n,!M";','ir'iWil-."l.orJ "m' '"'I''""!.', equity 150,. OOti, splendid net In. nine, Hants amalltr proporty; psrtjiyinint, ' "'" Oautr of Ij-xlniton av. store and fiat, aood in ?dlS1ii"iil""",'",wJn tllk8 rt,l,"uo w" boWses' "Vl;11"e i"'I"rt' '" .xrhaiiEe for prlate J2J.O00 cash equity in modern Brooklyn apart mint house; want farm or countrj resl.leni'e. ..,i,"v"ff'V "' clear, I. ton 123d st.; value U. 000. want city lucome, ' Ihato a fa 'lory ni tast side, equity $7,500 (will add tashj. for an ai artmciit hou.e. "."iii I liato two btttav. stiro pr pertles. emtiti. 2n -00.1 1 and $21i.O( o. for uuliicumlertd couiitrj . I bate an apartment bouse, near noth si, and Am aterdam fjii.ooji ciiut oter 4 per .-.lit. mort jiane; owner will take a numb..rof snialli r proper-,,--.r;v,t'J.1'0""'"'I",s"ro""""',l,r'P;rtles v proiteil, 4V.r.7;n.li",rS.,r",,,,rU''' " ' II01IT. APPLETO.V, Jr.. II Pine at., New York. tleal ejstateanted. tOUNTRY place wanted for owner'a occupancy, in J eiibauice for hlub-rUas double, Hat. oalui la per ctnt net lncouie. HOuMlUTfc CO., ail Nassau. IV ANTED at Mounf Vernon. Pelliam", Ijirchmont! j!i.?rNliw By'l resident property nr Una tmlldlmrtileialued at about IK.,000 in eichanae for a 4 story stone-front 20 foot dwelUnjr In one of the best blocks on the west aide, nearTzdat " r." autloa. HLAW80N k UODBS, 28 Columbua ij. IhfumijshrA "SaMtn io get. fl frrrn ST., btt.n'waran(I8lh aloriej moderit. aflth at., near Slh 3 stories, $t.S00 and $1,000 I 4th st., near n'way .1 stories, $1,1 00. AMIUOUTH & CO.; lftOU Broadwat. I Eo $tt for gugineiig gtirpogej. I TSMETTGHfTLOOR I 10,000 80. VKET) TO LET, WITn rOWKlt DAV ANI NIOllT.IN TnH METROPOLITAN IlEALTY nUILDINO Inquiroof nt'LANI) k WUITINO, BUKEEMAN HT; TO LET AT 64 FULTON ST Splendid llxtit store and basement, tneether or sep arate. In first-class, new mepront biilldlnai tHttm heat and electric. Until; basement fitted up for renlau rant, with kitchen and modern toilet, marble ea. trance steps. HeeacenLon premlaea. or owner, CHARLEb BUEK, lOTWlNT 491) ST. 1""jX)IinraT Cafe In city 7.".,n00; opportnnTty fe caterlnc; thoroughly tlrst-clf.ss tenant only Address loot box 10, ' Hartford, Conn. JrACTORr. S-.tory, 75xPO, r.:-F,4ei Welt 22d iC ' with or without power; will dltlde IOFT8, lleht. airy, runnlnir tbroueh to ParTliow 4 and New Chambers, 8PELLMAN, Hatter, tna Park How. 'PO Lirr. Part of firat loft with Jflleei snlendll lltltht. BRANDT, 38Corllandt st. WOODWORKERS. Choice llaht lofts, with ample power, 20: Ws.t Houston at., near Varlck, Apply enalueeron premlasa, 8TH AV., aboveT45d at. Ktores. "" AsiiroitTii co.. 1 BOB Broadway, n iikkkhav t. Til r.rr. - " S-atory, basement and sub-cellar bulldlnc will have new electric eletator and bn put In ttrst-clana order. RULAND k WUITINO, B Beckmaust, 43 vkseITst. " Naw store and lofts, with elevator, steam heat, else trio llchta, power, Ac . ery low rents; divide to suit 8. B. ROGERS. 2Cortlandt H KflTIl ST. and 12th av.-ractory with adjolnim JJ lota; rent rea.nnsbtp. ANIIPOKTH Jf CO.. 1 BOO Broadway JM C71 AND Sin HT1I A V.. corner of until-at. N Ol X busineaa biilltllncr: elevator, eteam heat, Ke.i H 1H,000 squire feet floor space tarca store, suitat.ls fl for furniture. B. B. ROGERS. 20 Oortlandtst, lntu and apartments a Set. I -4V. 1112-108E. 110th at. Sand 4 rooms. JStoia 1B03-1K0.1 8dav 8and 4 rooma tain.lfin 11411 1st av., 2 and .1 rooms $Sand. fl lino Rd av., 4 rooms $j 410-412E. 4tU at.. 2 and n rooma 7 anil fi 2147 2d av 2 rooms. . ... ji, -,n V 1244 2d av.. 4 rooms, floor . $1200 fl H7I-MT.1E. 147tb st., land 4 rooma... $nto$M :n M 8r,B-H.'iH 1st at., 2 and S rooma $5 to tfl ',0 fl loCarmluest,, 4 rooma .. $12and$t.1 H CIO nd av.. 4 rooms to CYRILLE CAKREAU. Aeent Orand it., near Bowery, under Oriental Bank SANITARY APARTMENTS,' CO TO .'. WEST U8TII 8T Eli rooma and bath, hardwood enamel baths; sanitary plumblui;; nicely decorated, with or without steam heat, attractiie for imall families. n. B. COCUEIJ. 71 Hroadnay. or G4 West 118th at. "THE FIFTM AVKI"lji;,w 10S7-1038 6th av cor. 8r,th at. Elecint apartment; 7 rooms and bath. Appb Vf.Ji. BOBERT8. Manajer. B ARROW ST.. 77.-Flrst ffat, 4 lleht rooms, all I im provements, quiet houae; cood nelshboi hood ; $14 ffurttiultefl Iatu So Set. CiQR New flats, newly furnished, six rooma and j,lJVI. bath; exceptionally line. Apply r.4 West u8thst.,orII. B. COCIIEU. 71 Broadway: reference. 3lfurn.s!heil jSuomu Wanted. "ITrANTED-By a lady. In private family, lait'. ' square, aunny, tmtumlahed room, with running water and pas; no fjatai; beat refeieuces ctcn aud required. Address, with lowest terms. L. B., tin 110 Bun uptown ofllce. latlfi Broadway. WANTED by lady nnriirniahraulla, bedroom" eittinirroom and bath, In apartment or urirau house in qulot central neighborhood. M. H It., box 127 Sun uptown office, 128B Broadway. deleft 3Soara. APARTMENTS. Bichelor apartmanta. apartment hotels, board, rooma; only tiluh -class oocommo dationa nhero referencea txcbauRed; evo thuu Inspected, bale accirsln descriptions. MAN IA1 TAN APARTilENT COMPANT. Il;i3 Broadwaj l.Aft Mlde. MADISON AV., 87. Board and rooma, largo and small; table nnder new manacement; supeilor accommodations. 79D ST- lns EA8T. Large square rooms, runnine . 4 wster, bath connectluic; also smaller room; Parlor dining; references. West Side. BANK 8T., 83. Larce and small aunnj roomsi beat, gaa. and running wator; table boarders. rAVERLEY PLACE, 211,-Oood hoiue. 7oii . uoardijnoderale terms. Mra. SAI.H. 1 qTII8T..llDWEST.-NicelyMrnlliedln;can.l I J J small rooms, well heated; superior table, ceii- tral location. "I OjTM SjT.. 10 WEST.-Ploasant largo a cTsmafl I J t rooiu;mple closets; superior tablo and house. '70T.n ?T"4r' WEST. Larue, sunny front "room. y bathroom adjoining; pleasant aurroundmes amljioliie cooUng; leferences. M aJD ST.. 28 WEST.-ljirge "and amall roomst I fJ jiriatc tables; rcferolicta. A fTIt ST., B21 W123T. Largo front room, senmd I y floor, southern exposure; hot and cold watt r, H other rooms. H a')D 8T.7 78 WESTSeltlly nirnlshed- n ms, -i single or connected, with board, in hands, ins llat. WRIOIIT M 1 1 OTJl ST., 3H2 WEST.-Hnnnr .ingle, double X it. J rooms, nowly furnished; tablo lwardera. din ner fgood). :IB cents. "I 1 CJTII ST., H84 WEST. Tliree comfortable roomil Lie private family; married couple or gentle n, board optional; reasonable. pAWftuN 1 9(1TH ST.. anoWIT.-In refined private fsin J J iiy, handsomely furnished rooma, all con veniences; terms modtiate. " ,, " !3! ST 2.17 WEST. e;iiblo rooms with first class board; Am-n aa family. 1 'J'-tO'HT.TlOH WEbT.-Tinra handaomelj fur-1-u n'shed nioin, superior table; tabl boarders accommodated, line location; references. tfc.l.e U.H.4 ajM-.l.l..u ""'" awh xiiutiuiyu. ' AS1II AND rtlUE, I R. near Fulton atT-Superler -ra hoard, room and Are, $6; conveniences, central; good htimu. cgutuiiilieiTliooins&apartmetttjJtoSet I t Knst Side. I "1 1020 PARK AV., corner 86th.-Parlor sultabls B a. dottor, dentist; also rooms, alhgln or en suite; reasonable. 1 -1O20PAKK AV.. corner" SB'th at.-Paflor. suit l 1. able doctor, dentist; also large, amall rooms, fl ' private houao. H 7 9(TH hT.. 117 KAST.-Plcaaaiit. nicely furnl-hed VJ ." rtioiu for geniji man; private liuuse, refrrem ei. West Mule.. I lVIANIIATTAN AV., 4H1 (121st at.l-Large nicely I t '"rn.aned romu; prltsto house, gsntl.men onlj ; referencea; table board nrar. flj "WAHHINtnoN PUCK, 77,-ParJor" floor, fur I ." tiisiiid, with uteri- comtn.enco for doctor or E dentist; boaid optional. 0 I 111 ST, 22 WEST.-Laree "room, nicely fur- , nlshidialleonten ences, aultable for two gen tliiiiiui, nrltuto fainil). references 1 KTH HT . 27 WEST -Delightful rooms: gentle. . "."". 1"1 wlf". Ktntlemen; acccaslble to all a, parts of city; references. K IiiVll HT, 30 W. Nice wann ivami; gentlsmeni 1, ' rtference. g yfU'H hT.H !9WraTiiralsneiProonia, tt ell CI " heated, all contenicnKs. central lncitlou ) I hThT.rir.H WKHl.-Lariorotiui. front hot. -old i water, all touttnleiices, 0110 or tttngeutleiiien, ,1 KT1I ST., 227 WEST. -In lirivate family bsn.l - some sunuy square and hall room, wiih dra "1 lliu rniiiii, hot .tndiold nater. lame closets, bath, jiarlor ittiilng rnoiu. seloU house, superior table an 1 J sertlte. nfe-ence. " joirii. m wiisT.-T.AiuTr. iiANi)oiir. . IILK UIJNTIST (111 DOCTOIl. "I 1 rjTH ST, niSWK.iT.-1'urnlaheil "rooms with py ixo board; also back parlor for doctor soiB e j, rf timfsheii aooras So let Sroaaluo. piNEU'l'LE ST.. -13. Ileights. nrar Bridge.- jf J Pleasant rooms; cierv tonteulence, refer. 11 . C- (Oeean JStramew. lor i!W i(lrerliiiient4 nwlrr li$ hialiwi ut " ,tnt I'aveu A'ujuiIeMrnt. j MANHATTAN STEAMSHIPCOMPANY. 1 fa NEy YORK. ROCKIANl) AND BANOOR I.lVr I T (In teb. Hand tterj Tliursday follow n. stesu "X I It lean a NeWiork for ROCKLAND. CVMllEN lilt 1 ' FAHT, IIITKHPOIIT and IIANOOR, Me., couue. tins' Ol with rail and water llnea. . NEW YORK. KASTPOUT AND 8T JOHN I INF I TD htcanier leaves Now York Feb. II and neeily nr, thereafter, for KH1'P0K1, Me., and ST. JOHN. N . 1 i with conuHciIona for all points. SLamcre sill rroa . Picr, N. Ii. Preight received dally uii.il it p M. N. L. NF.VVCOMB, Oeneral Manager Vi 6-11 Uronttwnr, New Yorsu jtofrffi I'ri jjM -irn'n., flfl