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Index to The Record and Guide. 



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Office, 191 BROADWAY, Corner Dey Street. 


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Vol. XL. 


JULY DECEMBEK. 


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650. 



The following seini-aiiDual Index of the Con- 
veyances and Projected Buildings in New York 
and Kings Counties, as published in The Rbcokd 
AND Guide during (he last six months of lb87i 
will be found of great value to those of our sub- 
scribers who have preserved all the issues of this 
paper during that period. As usual, great care 
has been taken to keep the Index up to the same 
perfect standard which has characterized it in the 
past. The pages are given on which all the trans- 
fers of realty published in Volume XL. can im- 
mediately be found, and the streets and avenues 
are so sub-divided that very few references are 
r< quired. For instance, transfers of property on 
Broadway appears in sixteen issues during the 
six months, which in the Index is sub divided 
into eleven parts, so that tho least possible trouble 
need be incurred, any transfer being found by re- 
ferring to four pages at the most, provided it is 
known between what streets or avenues the prop- 
erty is located. The Projected Buildings are iu- 
iexed in a i-imilar manner, so that it can be read- 
ily ascertained on what streets improvements 
have been made. Those wishing to keep a file 
tor permanent reference should see that all the 
numbers are complete and have them bound. A 
iuitable binder can be obtained at the office of 
The Record and Guide, lUl Broadway, corner 
Dey street, price one dollar. 



CONVEYANCES. 



Note— The fiRurea in extra black typo, for iii- 
H&nce, 'J61. under the head of Attorney, north 
)f Broome atreit— denote that the transaction 
)n the page given is leasehold, or a Itase 
•uuning lor a long term of years. This e.xflana- 
ion ia made so that subecribera searching for 
ranefers in fee can at onco diatinRuish between 
,be former and the latter, v>ilhout referring to the 
lage meiitionecl. 



NEW YORK CITY. 

.STREETS. 

Ubany....l32G. 

llleu, south of Hester 13tO, 1388. 

Irom Hester 10 Broome. '..1127, 1-515. 

Broome to Delancey 1131, 1326. 

Delaucey to ItivinKton 1231, 1^52. 

Kivingtouto.Siauton lOl.'j, ;i)39. 1065, 1181, 

1206. 

north of Stanton 1039. 

imity (see West 3i1). 

litoruoy, eouih of Grand 1014, 1030, 1610. 

north of Brooine. . . .'.>iilf WHO. 

lank.... 1360, 1U8. 

larclay 1552, 1587. 

Ijrrow, east of Hiid.ion 1157, 1260. 

Jaxter, south ot Wonh 908, 1039, 1397, 1587. 

from Worth to Leonard 1131. 

Leonard to Canal. . . .1134, 1388, 1618. 

north of Canal 1552. 1049. 

iayard, IrdUi Chrystie to Bowery 1088. 1134 

U19. 

Bowery to Mutt.... 988, 1017, 1552, 1G18. 

Mott to MiUtjci ry . . . 1552. 
each . . .927. 

.eaver....'J<>3, 1134. 1362, 148.3, 1513. 
.eekmaii, west, of William. . . .I5H7. 

east of William... 1419, 1118. 
.ethuno....ll48. 
irminKnam....927, 987, 1181. 

loomingdale road i02, '.158, 10:;9, 1042, 10,S8, 

1089, 11:1, 12.36, 12G0, 1262, ■1263. 1420, 1615, 
1589, 16)9, 1619. 

leocker, Irom Bowery to Broadway 1015, 1110. 

1483. 

Broadway to South 5th av. . 1134,1260.1359. 
U19, 1618. 

South 5th av to Macdougfil st 987, lOOr. 

Mac<lougal to Charles 928, 1260, 1515. 

ond....;260, lf87. 

pulevard, uouth of G2d 001, IVJM. 

I from 62d to Gjth .... 1261 , 1297, 1326. 
' ' 65th to 70th.... 1039. 

I 70th to 75th . . 927, 953. 1515, 1620. 
i 75th to 85lh. . . .12.Jl, 1297, 1552, 1587. 
I 90th to 95tli. . . .958, 1515, 1552. 

/ y5thtouio.i. Ilia:), lull, 1619, l( 
p9tu ..V.XI let to 3d at/'lVoVi., / 

8 3, Madison to 5lh . . .930, lu.u, uiiO 1361 
•^to 6th. . . .928, 987a120K.- -jei, 1207. \ 

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154lh to 155th.... 1327, 1328. 

north of 155th.... 927, 1016, 1205, 1328, 1418, 
1587. 

Bowling Green 899, 003. 

Bowery, south of Canal 1017, 1419. 

from Canal to Hester 899, 1^63, 1587, 

1649. 

Hester to Delancey. . . 899, 927, 1031. 

Delancey to Stanton . . 958, 139-i, 1516. 

north of 2d 1039, 1360. 

Break Neck Hill rod. . . .902. 

Broad . . 9 «, 1039, 1516. 

Broadway, south of Wall. .. .958, 1388. 

Liberty to Murray 1090, 1260, 1360. 

Iloadn to Walker 1015, 1359. 

Grand to Bleecker 958, 1360, 1388, 1649. 

4th to 8th. . . .987, 1159, 1326. 

8th to 12sh.... 1.510, loai. 

14th to 24lh.... 927, 1388. 

21th to 34th . . .090, 1261, 1297, 1480. 

31th to 45th ...1^99, 1516. 

45th to 50th. . . .958, 1516, 1618, 1650. 

50th to 55th ...1110. 

59th to Manhattan (also see Boulevard ) 

1039. 

130th tol3l8t....llI0. 

north of Kingsbridge roid 958, 1269, 

1516. 

indeft 1515. 

Broome, from Lewis to Cannon 1088, 1587. 

Sheriff to Pitt. . . .927, 958, U8J, 1516. 

Pitt toEidRe 1134, 1516. 

Suffolk to Essex 1033, 1360. 

Essex to Orchard 13b8, 1448. 

Elm to Wooater. . . .1483, 1516, 1618, 1650. 

west of Wooater . . .927, 1110, 1510. 
Burling slip. . . .987, 1039, 1205. 
B^dX.. 13:^7. 

Canal, east of Ludlow... 899, 1388. 

from Ludlow to Bowery 104 sj, 1065, 1619. 

Bowery to Baxter 927, 1181, 1205. 

Baxter to Broadway 1326. 



1360, 1516, 1552, 



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Broadway to Hudaon . 
1587. 

west of Hudson... 1088. 
Cannon, south of Bivingion. 
1483, 1516, 1587. 

from Stanton to Hoaaton 
Carlisle... 1516. 
Catharine. . . . 1'463. 1552, 1031. 
Catharine slip ...1040,1234. 
Cedar, east of Broadway. . . .1297. 
Centre, aouth of White, . . .987, 10,39, 1181, 1419. 

north of White. . . . U65, 1157. 
Central Park West (see 8th av). 
Chambers, east of Broadway 927, 987. 

from Broadway to Church at 1134, 13£0, 

1362,1148, 1587. 

Church to Greenwich 1448, 1653. 

Charlts, from Waverly pi to Bleecker at 1260. 

west of Greenwich. ...1015, 1134, 1167, 1181, 
1552, 1587, 1618. 

alley or lane ... . 1552, 1587, 1618. 
Charlton.... 1088, 1587. 
Chalham (see Park row) ..987, 990, 1307. 

Cherry, from Dover to James 1039, 1157, 

1516. 

James to Pike... 104P, 1326,1649. 

Kutgcra to Clinton. . . .1065, 1618. 

Clinton to Montgomery 899, 1039. 

Montgomery to Scammel. . .927, 958, 1157. 

Scammel to Jackson. .. .927, 1083, 1618. 
Christopher, from Greenwich av to Waverly pi. . . . 
1388. 

4th to Bedford.... 1200, 1183, 1619. 
Chrystie, south of Canal 899, 958. 

from Canal to Rivington 1157, 1552. 

Rivingion to Stanton . . .1134, 1483. 
Church, aouth of Park pi . . .1039, HtS 

from Chambers to Thomas . 9.58,1419, 

north of Thomas 1451. 1590 1831. 

Circle (see Grand Circle). 

Cliff, from Boekman to Hague 1015, 1360, UJ8. 

Clinton, south of Division 1039, 1010. 

from Divioion to Broome. . . .987, 1015. 

Broome to Rivington 990, 11.59, 1330, 

Rivington toStanton. . . .927, 1260, 1,326. 
Columbia, aouth of Rivington,.. 1039, 1157, 1181, 
1231, 1516. 

from Rivingion to Stanton 1015, 1088, 

1049. 

north of Stanton ... . 1065, 1260.*: 
Commerce.... 958, 1326. 

Cortlandt, east ot Greenwich 1326. 

Crosby, from Grand to Spring. . 958, 1307,1649. 

Spring to Jersey. . . .958, 1234, 1297. 

north of Jersey . . .1552, 1587. 
Croton... 1328. 

Delancey, from Mangiu to Lewis., ..1516. 
Lewis to Cannon ...987, 1157, 1419 
Columbio 40 Sheriff. . . . 1234. ^^.^-r^V , 
Pitt to to 9th •• 928. 1516. --'-<*«»., •v*^ 

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Desbroases 987. 

Dey, east of Church.. ..10.39. 

west of Church .... 1260, 1 36^, 1483. ., 

Division, east of Clinton 899, 958, 1619. '' 

from Clinton to Essex.... 1039, 1157, 1181, 
1260, 1419, 1448. 

Essex to Allen ..1039, 1388. 

west of Allen 927, ICIO, 1297. 

Downing.... 927, 1110. 

Duane, east of Hudaon 1419, 1443. 

Djckman 1587. 

Eaat Broadway, from Catharine to Market I04P, 

1065, 1181, 1206, 1297. i 5 

Market to Pike 1010, 1183, 136i , 15. "" 

1618, 1619. 
Pike to Rutgers. . . .899, 1234. 

Rutgere to Jefferson 1260,1860, 1418. 

Jefferson to Clinton.. ..1039, 1516. 

Clinton to Montgomery 899, 9.58, 10 

1234, 1260, 1448. 
Eistern Boulevard (see Av A.) 
Edgecombe road (see Edgecombe av)....10c 

1261, 1363, 1431. 
Eldrldge, south of Canal... 1157, 12l;0, 1516. 

Irom Hester to Grand 958, 1039, 1320, lf8>7 

Grand to Delancey 899,1552. 

, north of Delancey.... 899, 1418, 1516. 

Elizabeth, south of Hester 1181.1260, 1297,1587. 

from Hester to Broome 899, 1183. 

Broome to Spring 1 181 , 1552. 

north of Prince. . . .899, 1360. 

Emerson 1554. 

Essex, from Hester to Grand 899, 1336, 1360 

north of Rivington.. . 1388. 

Factory (see Waverlv pi). 

Feitner's lane 1389. 

Ferry.... 1388. 

Fort Washington Ridge road 1327, 1328. 

Forayth, from Canal to Hester 987, 15.')2. 

Hester to Grand 1043, 1065, 1260, 130 

1552. 

Grand to Broome 1181, 1S07. 

Broome to Rivington 1039, 1516. 

Frankfort 1483. 

Franklin, eaat of Church.... 899, 1552. 

Irom Church to Hudson 987, 1419. 1431 

1552, 1618. 
Front, west of Broad 1388. 

from Broad to Wall. .. .1297, 1360, 1516." 
1613. ' ■ 

Wall st to Maiden lane 1587. 

Fulton to Montgomery 120.5, 1516, 1618 

east of Montgomery 1360, 1516. 

Fulton, east of William 1039, 1388, 1119 

west of William. ..903,1010,1552. ' 

Gansevoort 899, 1390. 

Goerck, south of Delancey 987, 1360. 

from Delancey to Rivington 1015, 1181 

1552. ' 

Rivington to Stanton 1110, 1234. 

Stanton to Houston 1065, 1388, 1516 

Gold.... 1039, 1260, 1516. 

Gouverneur 1619. 

Grand Circle. . . .961. 

Grand, from Corlears to Columbia 958, 1039 

Ridge to Suffolk 927, 1360. 1118. 

Suffolk to Ludlow 927, 1088, 1131, 1183 

1516. ' 

Ludlow to Eldridge . . 1360, 1552. 

Bowery to Thompson 9.;8, 1326, 15S7. y^ 

weat of Thompson... 1065, 1587, 1618. 
Greene, south of Prince 899, 900, 902. 

north of Houston 958, 1359, 1300, 1419. 

Greenwich, somli of Rector 1010, 1231 132G 

1118, 1619. 

from Cedar st 10 Park pi 1C63, 1139, 1183. 

1552. - 

Park pi to Reade st li!l9. 

Laightto C.tnal 987, lOfS, 1326. 

Cauil to Houston 1360, 1338. 

Christopher to West lltU .. .. 136P, 1388, 

north of West 11th.... 900. 1039. 
icdeft....l043. 
Great Jones.... 1360, 1587. 

Hague 1131. 

Hamersley (see Houston). 

Hamilton 958, 987. 

Hammond (see West l!th). 
Hancock (see Cottage pi). 

Ilawthoruo 1649. 

Henry, from Oliver to Market 1040, 1360, 1418 

1516. ' 

Market to Bntgers 1039, 1040, 1065. 

Rutgers to Clinton 900, 928, 958. 

Clinton to Montgomery 1040, 1260 1297, 

east of Scammel 900,1131. ' ! 

tcr, east of Essex OUO, 1119, JUit 

I frori Essex to Ludloii^-i-^fW" 

1 Allen to Forsyth. . . . 16 ,.,y^ Ze,^ 

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• 1262, 1450,1485. 
..930. 

902, 930, KC6. 1135.; 
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INDEX TO THE RECORD AND GUIDI^. 



/adwav to Bowery 1516, 1552. 

lien to Pitt.... 1039, 1307, 14ai. 

Pitt to Cannon 1234, 1388. 

Cannon to Goerck. . . .1039, 1388, 1552. 
■ert....l5I6. 
Ison, south of Canal . ..1015, 1065, 1532. 

Broome to Spring 1181. 

Barrow to Bault . . .927, 1181, 1388, 1653. 

norlh of Bank....iaoJ. 

indeft... 901. 

wood ...1448. 

me8....987, 151fi, 1552. 

imes slip 1015. 

me. . . 987, 1039, 1065, 1431, 1587, 1C18. 
aT....1260, 1388, 1.51B. 

eja'eraon 1260, 1448. 

ersej....l483, 1.552, 1650. 

ohn 900, 1485. 

ones.. . .1234. 

(ingebridge road, south of 170th st, 930,988, 

1328, 1361, 15.51, 1620. 
from ISlst to 187lh. . . 1039, 1065, 1157, 1360, 

1519. 
187lh to 211th, . . .960, 1088, 1260, 1G19. 
Knappn lane 132 ■<. 

Laight, east of Varick. . .1297, 1483. 
Laurens (see South 5th a\). 

Lawrence, east of lOih av . . .1135, 1158, 1236, 1148, 
^ 1450. 

^'.oonard, east of Elm 1157. 

Broadway to Church. . . .958, 1359. 
Leroy, west ol Bedford . . . 1297, 1587. 

pauard. . . 900, 958, 136U, 1388, 1587, 16.50. 

ifie, south of l)ela:icey 1419, 1448. 

from Stanton to Houston 1134, 1483, 1552. 

Houston to 4th 1015, 1157. 

oertT, east of Nassau . . .958, 1260. 

west of New Church. . . 900, 1618. 
idlow, south of Hester ...1205. 

from Hester to Grand 987, 1134, 1516, 

1618. 
I Oraud to Delancey. . . .1134, 1326, 1448. 

Delancey to Eivington 1181. 

llivington to Stanton ...1088, 1297,1587. 

Macdongal, south of Houston 1157. 

from Houston to West 4th..,. 1261, 1618, 
1650. ■ 

Maoombs Dam road 1041, 1066, 

Madison, west of Catharine 9S7. 

from Catharine to Market 95P, 987, 1315, 

1065. 
Market to Pike. . . .1039, 1134, 1297. 
Pike to Bulgers... 1260. 
Kutgers to Jc-tterson. , . .900, 1067, 1181. 

Jefferson to Montgomery 1039, 1040, 1157, 

1260. 

Montgomery to Jackson 987, 1039, 1134. 

'idfn lane.... 958. 1483,1516. 

ugiu, south of Eivingtou 987, 115'. 

north of Kiviugtoo. . . .1110, 12: 4, 13S8. 
inhattan, from St. NicLo'.as to 10th .ay.. . 1088, 
nil, 1619. 
west of Boulevard... 1236, If 20. 
£arket, south ofMadison... 1065,1587. 

north of Uadieon.. . .958, 1039, 1010, 1157, 
1451, 1552. 
Market 8Up....l3S8. 
indeft.... 987. 
[arkelfield.... 1483, 1515. 

aiion, south of Spring 900. 

north of Spiirg.... 1483, 1552, 1650. 
iercer, Irom Grand to Prince. .. 958, 1360,1.587, 
16.50. 
north of Prince,... 937, 1326, 1388, 1618. 
Monroe, west of Market ...928, 987, 1040, 1065, 
1090. 
. -^Jxom Market to Pito. . . .928, 1040, 12G0, 1297. 
(albO see r.aigers pi for Monroe from JefiVr- 

80E to Cliuton) 
Pike to Clinton.... 1039, 1040, 1157, 1181, 
1587. 

Clinton to Gnnverneur 1043, 1363, 

1364, 1552, 1587. 

east of Gouveriieur 1363, 1419, 1516. 

Montgomery . . ,1181, 1338, 1419, 1587. 
Moore... .1388. 

Morton, east of Bedford 1234. 

from Bedford to Hudson 900, 958. 

west of Hudson 990. 

Mott, south of Park 1419. 

from Park to Bayard .... 11 34, 1297. 
Bayard to Canal. . . .1181, 1206, 1297. 
Canal to Hester. . . .1017, 1181. 
Broome to Spring. . . .1039, 1516. 
Prince to Bleecker. . . .1131, 1297, 1380. 

Mulberry, from Worth to Park 1326. 

ParK to Bayard.... 1088, 1260, 1587, 1590, 
1650. 

Canal to Hester 958, 1418, 1516 

Hester to Spring . . 900, 1234, 1326, 1183. 

Prince to Houston 1650. 

Mui»,.7 • ..3UV, i;i00. 

Nassau, south of Liberty 1587. 

from Liberty to Fulton .... 1234. 1516. 

New, south of Exchange pi 903, 13,30. 

New Bowery, south of Madison 1134, 1231, 1207, 

1360, 1516, 1532. 

north of Madison, . . .1360. 
New Chambers. . . .928, 1360. 
Norfolk, south of Grand 1181, 1516. 

from Bioome to Delancey 1039. 

Delancey to Rivington 1260, 1448. 

Eiymgton to Stanton. . . ,928, 120G, 1260, 1326. 
a Stanton to Houston.... 1181, 1234. 



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Chambers to Mulberry 987, 1448. 

Mulberry st to Chatham sq 1307. 

Pearl, from Broad st to Old slip . . . 1039, 1516. 

Pine to Piatt... 1015. 

Piatt to Fulton. . . .1039, 1650. 

Fulton to Frankfort Ji339 1360, 1419, 

1418, 1516, 1587. 

Frauklort to Hose. . . .1134, 1157. 

Kose to Park . . 987, 1326, 133!.', 1418. 

Park to Elm 987, 1090. 

Peck slip ...1326, 1388. 

Pell.... 1552. 1618. 

Pentz....l361. 

Perry.... 928, 1260, 1552. 

Phineas... 1327. 

Pike, south of Madison. . , .987, 1039, 1065. 

north of Madison 1260. 

Pitt, south of Delancey. . 958, 1388, 1483, 1587, 
1650. 

from Delancey to Rivington 900. 

north of Stanton 1065, 1399. 

Piatt ...1360. 

Prince, from Greene st to South 5th av 900, 14S5. 

South 5th av to Thompson et 990, 1388. 

west of Sullivan.. . 1039, 1110, 1234. 
Public drive (see Boulevard.) 

Reade, east of Hudson ..1134, 1362. 

west of Hudson 1110, 1260, 16Sa. 

Rector... 1448. 

Ridge, from Delancey to Rivingtcn. . . .928. 

Rivington to Stanton. . .1088,1448 

north of Stanton . . ,928, 1040, 1360, 1388. 
Riverview terrace. . . ,1260, 

Rivington, from Mangin to Sherifl 928, 1110, 

1134, 1388, 

Sheriff to Willett. . . .928, 1015, 1260. 

Willett to Clinton ...1260,1650. 

Suffolk to Norfolk. . . ,1516, 1587. 

Norfolk to Forsyth . . . 900, 1418. 

west of ForsTth. . . .928, 1826, 1360. 
Ripe..., 927, 928, 1.587. 

Rutgers, from Canal to Madison , , .1039, 1065, 1181, 
1260. 

Madison to Cherry. ,.1587. 
Rutgers slip ...1587. 

Scammd... 987. 

Sheriff, south of Delancey , , .1448. 

Irntn Delancey to liivingtou 928, 987, 1552, 

1587. 

norlh of Rivington , . . .958, 1234. 1587. 
South, from Whitehall to Wall. . . 1380. 

Irom Wall to Beekman 900, 987, 1339. 

Beekman to Market llll, l3or, 1419. 

Market to Bulgers 928, 1065. 

east of Rutgers. ...958, 1040, 1065, 1516. 

indeft.... 1516. 

South William 1134, 1362. 

Spring, from Crosby st to South 5th av 1360, 

1516, 1587. 

South 5ih av to Hudson st 1181, 13SR. 

Stanton, east of Goerck. . . 1015, 1234, 1516, 1587. 

from Goerck to Sheriff' 900, 1260, 1388, 

from dheriff to Willett .... 958, 1181. 1234 
1516. 

Willett to Pitt... 1388, 1618. 

Pitt to Clinton.... 900, 928, 1065. 

Clinton to Orchard 1260. 

Orchard to Allen 928, 1234, 1388. 

Forsyth to Chrvstie 928, 1015. 

west of Chrystie 1260. 

Slate..,. 1326, 1650. 

Sione, west ol Coenties alley ...958, 1039. 

east of Coenties alley' 1134, 1362. 1448 

1552. 

Stuvveeant 1618, 

Suffolk, south of ()rand,...1234, 1360, 1419. 1418, 

from Grand to Broome 1040, 1326. 

Broome to Delancey.. .958, 1388. 

north of Stanton . 1065, 1090. 
Sullivan, south of Spring 1015, 1587. 

north of Spring.. . .1039, 1110, 1206. 

Thames ...1206. 

Thomas 958. 

Thompson. . . .1388, 1519, 1587. 
Troy (see West 12th). 

Union eq (see 4th av)„,. 1388. 

Varick, south of Broome 987,1206, 1519,1618. 

norlh of Broome 990, 1516. 

Verdant lane... 1389. 

Vestry, east of Hudson 1388, 1618. 

west of Hudson 1065. 

Walker..,, 14.51, 1587, 1618. 

Wall, west of William 9j8. 

Warren, west of College pi 958. 

Washington, south of Carlisle 9"8, 1134.1388 

1448. 

from Carlisle to Fulton 958, 1388. 

Fulton to Canal 1516. 1552. 

Huuston to Barrow 958, 99ft. 

Barrow to West Uth... 1040, 1134, 1552 

West Uth to Jane . . .928. 1040. 

north of Jane ...990, 1183, 1650. 
Water, west of Broad 1388, 1448. 

from Broad to Wall 1552. 

Wall st to Peck slip.... 1039, 1326, 1360, 1516 
1650. 

Peck slip to Catherine slip 1040, 1587. 

Catharine slip to Rutgers st 928. J 364, 

1326, 1419, 

Rutgers to Clinton 1039, 1040, 1065. 

Clinton to Montgomery 1040, 1065. 

east of Montgomery 900, 958, 1360. 

Watts.,.. 1388. 

Weehawken.,.,900. 

West, from Reade to Houston 906. 1443 , 

north of Houston 901, ]r ( 

' 'Broadway, from Duane t'^ . . .923. i 

'■■^'■'■oadway. . . ' '-87. \ 



from Delancey to Rivington ... 928,1015, 
1088, 13113, 1483. 

north of Rivington.... 1330, 1364. 
Worth,... 1360, 1451, 1587. 
Wooster, south of Broome. , , ,1587. 

north of Prince, . .958, 1234. 

let. east of 1st ay . . . 1110, 1206, 1307, 1631. 

from Ist to 2d 958, 1015, 1360, 1485. 

2d.,..1157, 13S8. 

31, east of AvD... 900, 1134. 

from D to C. . . .1043, 1157, 1260, 1393. 

C toB ...928,1307. 

B to A,... 900, 990, 1113, 1364. 

A to 2d.. .961, 1234, 1388. 

n 6, 2d av to Bowery 1040. 

3d (late Amitv), from South 5th av to Sullivan st 
.,..1040, 

Sullivan to Macdougal , , . .'928, 1065, 1419, 
1552. 

Macdougal st to 6th ay, , . ,928, lOlC, 1089, 
1260, 1618. 
4th, east of Av C ...101.5,1389. 

from B to Ist... 1304, 1448. 

Bowery to Broadway, , . ,1206, 1618. 

Broadway to 6ih av. . . .928, 1181. 

6th av to West 11th st. . . . 1297, 1618. 

West nth st to 8th av 1234. 

5th, from Av D to B . 900, 928, 1889. 

west of B ...1519, 1618. 
6th, from Av D to B ... 1157. 1260, 1483. 

A to 1st.. 903. 

1st av 10 Bowery. . . .928, 1260, 15E2, 1618. 
7th, from Av D to B . 126-, 1552. 

west of B... 933, 1260. 

indeft.... 1360. 
8th, from Av C to B . . .1326, 1552. 

west of 2d .,,900,901,1159,1339. 

(see St. Marks pi for 8lh st from 3d to Av A.) 

(see Clinton pi for 8th st, west of Broadway.) 
9th, from Av D to B . . .928, 101.5, 1089. 

8 8, l8tto2d ...1234, 1388. 

2d av to Broadway. . , .1485. 
lOtb, east of Dry Dock 81 987. 

from Dry Dock st to Av B. . . .928, 958, 1089. 

Bto A .,,1590. 

A to 1st. . . . 928, 987, 1516, 1650, 

UB, 1st to 2d. ...900, 1040, 1260, 1419, 1552, 
1587. 

R 8, Ist to 2d 1297. 

Broadway to University pi 1650. 

n s, University pi to 5lh av 928, 938, 987, 

5 h to Greenwich av, , , ,1015, 1040, 1419, 1650. 

Greenwich ay to Washington st 927, 1110, 

1360,1448. ,„„, ,^,„ 

nth, 8 8, from Dry Dock st to Av C. ,. .1234, 1516. 

ns OtoB....1041, 1089, 1111, 1234, 1389. 

ss, C toB ...1015, 1089, 1234. 

Bto A.... 1089, 1389. 

8 8, Atolst .. 9 7,1448. 

l8ttoSd....928, 958, 14.51. 

Broadway to 6ih av, . . .1040, 1110, 1234. 

6th to 7th.... 900, 958. 

west of Hudson 1040. 

(Also see Hammond.) 
12tb, from Av etc B.... 958, 1393. 

B to A.... 1360. 

Atol8t....ll57, 1419, 1516. 

Ist to 4th..., 1015, 1451. 

University pi to 5th av. . , 930, 1448. 

5th to 6th... 1297,1448,1587. 

6th to81h.,..1483, 1588. 

8th av to Hudson st . . 1089. 
13th, from Av C to B. . . 988, 1390. 

Bto A.... 928, 1134, 1420, 

A to 2d. ...1134, 1516, 1588. 

2d to 3d.... 1449, 1483. 

3d av to Broadway 11-57, 1552. 

Broadway to 5th av . . .1631. 

5th to 6th ...900. 1089, 1110, 1483, 1589. 

6th to 7ih ...1063, 1389, 1552. 

9th to 10th.... 1136. 
Uth, east of AvB.... 1157. ,„,, ,,ofi 

from A to Ist .... 933, 990, 1017, 1136, 
1451. 

2d to 3d.... 900, 938, 1552, 1553. 

Sd to4th... 1134, 1516, 1631. 

SB, 5ih to 6th,... 1067, 1319. 

6th to 7th,... 1234, 

8th to 10th . . . , 11 16. 1360, 1050. 
15th, east of Av A . . . . 1360, 1588. 

from A to 2d ...1134, 1262, 1389. 

3d to 5th..., 958, 1015, 1031. 

5th to 6th.... 1326, 1483, 1516. 

6th to 7th.... 1015, 1297, 1326. 
16th, from Av C to B . . .1183, 1588. 

A to Ist.... 990, 1262. 

Ist to 2d.... 1260, 1554. 

3d to 5th.... 1234, 1553. 

5t,hto6lh.,..987. 1235, 1360. 

7th to 8th.... 1040, 1113, 1136. 

9ih to 10th....928, 1089, 1206, 1234. 
17tb, east of Av B... 1389, 1588. 

from Bto 1st..., 928, 1326. 

1st to 2d.... 1181, 1297, 1389. 

3d to 5th.... 1089, 1181, 1388,1431, 1653. 

6th to 8th..,. 900, 928. 

SB, 9th to 10th.. 1234, 1389. 
18th, east of Av A . . ,958, 1389. 

from A to 2d.... 1134, 1650. 

2d to 3d.... 961,1017, 1519. 

3d to 5th.... 928, 1297. 

5th to 6th.. .903, 12116. 

6th to 8th.... 1326, 1483. 

8th to 9th.... 900, 990, 1450, 151C. 
19th. east of Ist ay . . . . 1389, 1483. 

n 8, Irom let to 2d.... 1110, 1260, 1297. 

4th to 5th.... 1015, 1157. 

5th to 6th ...1065, 1389. 

6th to 7th.... 989, 1650. 1 

7th to tth.... 928, 1015-0143..^ ' 

"ih to 9th.... 987, 12a, ■■'-"'" " 
t,of9th..> "•"" l^ 



T-KliijV 



lO THE RECOBI) AND GUIDE. 



, 7lh to lOih.... 1326, 1588. 

2l8t, from 2d to 3a av 120fi, 1 32G. 

3d to (ith 1)58, 1262, 1630. 

6th to7tli....l297, USi. 

7lh to 9tb,...928, lao*, 1449. 

9th to 10th... 1389, 1419. 

10th to 11th 903, 1090. 

22d, from 3a to ith aT 1650. 

n i, 8th to 9th. . . .928, 1590. 

B B, 8th to 9th 9.59, 1234, 1260, 1183. 

9th to llth..,.lll-i, 1157. 
23d, from 2d to 3d av. . . 900. 

3d to 4th. . . .933, 987, 1065, 1419. 
4lh to 5th.... 1134, 1362. 

61 h to 7th 1040, 1260, 1297. 

8th to 9th. . . . 903, 9S7, 13i'J. 

ne, 9th to 10th lOir, 1.39a, 1486. 

_ e B, 9th to 10th 1326. 136a. 

west of 10th.... lOUO, 1297,1553, 1618, 1650, 
165a. 
21th, east of 2d av. . . .928, 959, 1297. 

Irom 3d to 4th 13CC, 1516. 

6th to 6th . . .1134, 1362, 1516, 1553. 

u 8,7th to 8th.... 106.5. 1449. 

8th to 10th . . . loir, lOfir, I3a9, 1419. 

west of 10th 990, I 590. 

25th, east of Ut av 928, 959, 1134. 

from 2d to 3d.... 987, 1297. 
4th to 7ih.... 1089, 1339, J553. 
8th to 10th.... 1040, 12G0. 

west ot 10th 1206. 

26th, east of let av 1688. 

from 3d to 4th.... 959, 1419. 
4th to 5th... 902, 1065. 
5th to 6tb ...959. 
6th to 7th.... 1181, 1206. 
7th to 8rh . . .900. 1234, 1516, 1650. 
8th to 10th ...928, 1015, 15.53. 
west of 10th ...928,987,1421,1431. 
27th, from Ist to 3d av. . . .987, 1015, 1065. 
3d to 4th.... 969, 1065, 1089. 
ith to5th....l010. 
5th to 6th.... 933, 959, 987, 1040. 
6th to7ih ...1040, 1360, 1483. 
9.h to 10ih....987, lii40, 1553,1588. 
west of lOih.... 1182. 1483. 
28th, from Ist to 2d av . . . . 1U40. 
2d to 3d.... 1326, 1588. 
3d to4ib....l206, 1360. 

5th to 6th. . . .928, 1040, 1449, 1553, 1588, 1618. 
6th to 7th.... 959.- 
7th to 8th.... 987, 1181, 1650. 
ns, 9th tolOlh... 1389,1483,1355 
west of 10th.... 1067. 
29tb, n s, east of 2d av, . . . 1181, 1260. 
n s, from 2d to 3d . . 1206, 1326. 
3d to5ih....l^34, 1297, 1389. 
5th to 6th... 9b8, 1618. 
8th to 9th.... 928, 1234, 1650. 
10th to nth. . . .1040 1297, 1389, 1631. 

west of 11th 1451. 

30th, s 6, from 1st to 3d av 928, 1297. 

4th to 5th ... 1280, 1360, 1389. 

5th to 6ih....l260, 1297, 1516. 

61h to 7th.... 987, 1483. 

7th to 8th.... 1110, 1157, 1516, 1650. 

8th to 9th.... 900, 928. 

10th to nth ...lOtJO, 11S3, 1419, IG18. 

31st, from Ut to 2d av 1326. 

2d to 3d.... 900, 959. 

3d to LexinstoD 1553, 1650. 

Lexington to 5th 1134, 1262, 1583. 

6th to 8th.... 902, 937, 1110. 
8th to 9th.... 928. 

32d, east of Ist av 1483. 

from lut to 2d 928, 1089, 1149, 1650. 

2d to 3d. . . .960, 1,81, 1205, 1327. 
3d to 4th ...928. 

5th to 7th 1339, 1618, 1650. 

7lh to 9th 928, 1449. 

west of 9th 900, 1419. 

33d, east of Ist av 1015, 1483. 

from Ist to 2d 987, 1040. 

2i to 4th.... 1297, 1449, 1.553. 
n p, 7thlo8lh .. 928, 1389. 
s 8, 9th to 10th....l089. 
31th, east of 3d av . . .959, 1015. 

from 3d to4lh. . . .900, 928, 1360. 
ith to 6th. . . . 1262, 1328, 1485. 
7th to 9th.... 1015, 1261. 

9th to loth 11140, 1181. 

west of nth. .1040, lls,3, 1307, 1555. 
35th, from Ist to 2d av. . 928, 1389, 1449, 1618 
2d to 4th. . . .9.59, 1201, 1389. 

4th to 5th 1261. 

5th to 6th. . . . 1326, 1483, 1485. 

6tb to 7th 1065, 1066, 1419, 1420. 

7th to 9th..., 1261, 1588, 1650. 

9th to 10th 959, 987, 1206. 

west of 10th.... 1015, 1516. 

36th, from Ist to 2d av 1157, 1234 1326 

2d to 5th.... 1261, 14^4, 1618. 
6th to7th....S00, 928, 1110. 
n 6, 7th to 8th ...1261, 1389. 
n 8, 8th to 9th.. . .900, 928, 1010, 1207, 132fl 
1393,1484,1516. . . . ■- 

s s, 8th to 9rh....l516. 
BS, 9th to 10th.... 1297, 1360, 1420. 

west of 10th 1261, 1588. 

37th, from 3d to 6th av. . . .928, 1231, 1389. 
s s, 8th to 9th.... 123 1. 
9th to 10th. . . .1134, 1297, 1360. 

n B, west of 10th 1297, 1328. 

B 8, west of 10th 987, 1065. 

38th, east of 2d av. . . .959, 1010, 1134, 1516. 
from 2d to 4th.. .9011,1206. 

4th to 5th 1040, 1389. 

n B, 5th to 6th 902. 

n 8, 6th to 7ih. . . .1261, 1297, 1389 1419, 1516, 

SB, 6lhto7ih 1261. 

7th to 8th.... 1040, 1297,1516. 

8th tol0ih....928, 1157, 1158, 1326. 

B 8, west of 10th 1328. 

291h from 1st to 3d av,., 1040,1389. 
I .8 3, Madison to 5lh . . .930, 1016, IMO l.qoi. 
I'UO 6th. . . .928, 987il20(. . r "M, 1207, ^ 
If ■*.*>in66. 



6:h to 7th,.., 959, 1618. 

7th to 8th 987, lOG.i, 1484. 1618. 

10th to nth. ...1040, 1234, 1326, 1149. 
westof nth ,,.1110. 
40th, n B, Irom lot to 2d av, . . .1419. 
2d to 3d.... 1297, 13^9, 
3d to 4th.... 900, 959. 
6ih to 7th.,.. 900, 987, 1040, 
n 8, 7th to 8th.,. 900, 1234, 1588, 

B B. 7th to 8th 900, 1326, 

n s, 8th to 9th 959, ]5]6. 

9tb to 10th. . . .1015, 121 6, 1326, 1369, 1553. 
west of 10th. . ,900, 987, 1307. 
list, n 8, from Ist to 2d av. . . 987, 1089, 1261, 1481 
s 8, 2d to 3d,... 1131, 1297, 1588, 1618. 
3dto6ih.. 928.1389,1588. 

6th to 7th 1065, 11.58, 1399. 

9 s. 7th to 8th 1326. 

9th to 10th.... 1015, 1131, 1%2. 

n B, 10 h to nth 1261, 1389, 1449. 

42d, east ol 2d av 1110, 129/, 1360. 

from 7th to 8th ... , 1134 ISfiO, 16'0. 
8th to 9ih .,,959. 
9th to 10th- ...1134, 1362, 
west of 10th.. , 1261, 
13d, east of 2d av... 1110, 1360. 

from 6th to 7th ...959, 1231, 1360, 
8 6, 7th to 8th... 900, 1618. 

n 8, 8th to 9th 1516, 1588, 16,50. 

8 8, 8th to 9th 1015. 1449,1588, 

9th to 10th..., 1040, 1362, 
10th tollih .,.987. 

44th, from 5th to 6th av 1089, 1262, 1420. 

6th to 7th . ,900, 1234, 1420, 1484. 

n s, 8th to 9lh 1360, 1486. 15a8. 

8 e, 8lh to 9th.... 1261, 1326. 
9th to 10th.... 1149, 1450, I6I8. 

10th to nth 988. H49. 1618. 

45tb, east of 2d av 988, 1015. 

8 8, 2d to 3d 959, 1110, 1516. 

from 3d to Lexiugtou 1234, 1510. 

Lexington to 4th... 1066, 1135, 1326, 
4th to 6th.... 1158, 1326, 1553. 

6th to 7ih 959, 1065. 

8th to 9i h .... 1 043, 1 449, 1 4H4. 
n B, 9th to 10th.. . 1326,1420,1481. 
weetoflOtl, ...959,1110,1131, 

leth, east of l,t av 1261. 

from 1st to 2d . . .1065, 1110, 1261, 1360. 

2d to 3d.... 1618, 1660. 

3d to 4th ... . 900, 959, 1484, 1650. 

4th to 6, h... 1149, 1588 

n 8, 6th to 7th. . . .12.34, 1389, 15S8, 1618. 

8 8, 61h to 7th 900, 9.")9, 1449 1484, 1650. 

8th to 10th.... 933, 1235. 1320,1.389, 

10th to nth 959, 1065, 1360, 1588, 

west of nth 1134, 1362, 

47th, eaut of 3d av 1235, 1326, 

from 3d to 4th 929, 1„40, 

5th to 6th 900, 

u 8, 6lh to 7th POO, 

8 s, 6th to 7th ... . 1235, 1263, 1553, 1618. 

7th to 8th ...1449. 

8th to 9th ...9l.:0, 929, 1339, 

9ihto loth 1015, 13S9, 1420, 

u s, 10th to 11th ,,.959,1113. 

8 8, 10th to 11th. . . .988, 1261, 1360. 

48th, east of 2d av 1015, 1326, 1517. 

8 a, 2d to 3d.. ..1134, 131-9, 1517. 
Irom 4th to 5th. . . 959, 1065, 1158. 

II s, 5th to 6th 903. 

6th to 7th ...1517,1588, 16.50. 
7ih to 8th. . . 95H, 1015, U31, 1553. 
8 8, 9th to 10th.. .1588. 
lOthtoUth,.. 1017,1200,148.5. 

H2:(, 930. 1015, i3,:8. 
1040, 1360, 14a4, 
1261, 1389, 1149. 



...1287, 

c 



west of 11th. . 
49th, east of 2d av.. 
from 2d to 3d 
3d to 4th.... 1326. 

n B, 6th to 7th 

8 e, 6ih to 7th 
n 8, 8th to 9th 
8 8, 8th to 9th 
10th to 11th.. 
west of nth. 



8iu 



16 
- f 9th,,.. 1206, 1 



.1066. 



040, 1553. 

,.959, 1110. 

..1261. 

. .929, 959, 1010, 1618, 

9"0, 959, 1015, 1420. 

929,930, 1015, 

50th, D 8, east of Ist av 1134. 

8 8, east of Ist. . . .959, 1261, 1517, 1.553. 

n s, from 1st to 2d 929. 1158, 1389. 

2d to 3d.... 12.35, 1326, 1449, 

3d 10 4th 1360, 1517, 1553, 

4th to 6th... 929. 1393. 

6th to 8th. ...1015, 1326, I.'^IS. 

8th to 9th . . ,959, 1235, 1297, 1120. 

8 s, 9th to 10th 1065. 

5l8t, east of 1st av. . . .1089, 1158. 
from Ist to 2d. . , 1181, 1484, 
ns, 2d to 3d.... 1040, 1484, 1588, 
3d to 6th.... 1389, 1553. 
8th to 9th,... 1065, lOtg. 
8 8, yth to lOlh. . . .1015, IMO, 1158, 1297, 1326, 

1389, 
D B, 10th to nth. . . 101.5, 1089, 1131, 
8 8, 10th to nth 959, 1010, 1110, 1420, 
westof nth.... 1261, 
52d, B 8, Irom Ist to 2d av , . , 900, 1040. 
3d to Lexington.... 1261, 
5th toGtli....l389. 1618. 
6th to 8th... 929, 1040,1110, 
n 8, 8th to 9lh....l517, 16.50, 
9th to 10th . . .900, 1:^06, 1827, 1650. 

west of 10th 1235, 1449, 1517. 

53d, east of Ist av 988, 

n B, from 1st to 2d. . . .1261, 1360. 

B 8, let to 2d.... 1327, 1517. 

2d to 3d ...1261, II2O. 

3d to 5th.... 1297. 

5th to 6th. . . .929, 959, 100.5, 1181. 

u 8, 6th to 7th 1484, 1650. 

8 8, 6ih to 7th.... 988, 1015, 1040, 1434 
7th to 8th.... 1149, 

n 8, 8th to 9th 1040,129.'', , 

B s, 8th to 9th 1065, 1158, 1160, i 

9ti.. to lCth.,..92:), 959, 1011, 1134 * 

WfjtotlOth 959. , 

54th, e9'tofl8tav..,.118I. . ^^90. Ii85. 

llawooa'.°.''.'lo9o;2W,X;j-8,1651. / 



3d to Lexington 900, 929. 988, 

Lexington to 4ih ...1010,1553. 

4th to 5th 1327,1420, 

5ihto6th 1360,1517,1650. 

6th to7ih..,.1327. 1360, 1588. 

7th to 8th.... 123-^, 1630, 1650, 

8thto9tli 1363,1303 1149. -0 

9th to 10th . . . .959, 1015, 1420, 

10th to nth.... 959, 988, 1065. 
55th, n 8, east of 1st av 1134, 1181, 1517 1650, 

from Ist to 3 J . . .1235, 1568, 1589. 

3d to 5th 1261, 1420. 

5th to Gth .. .1261, 1297, 15.53, 1050 

9th to 10th 1040, lUO, 1653. 

56th, east ol 2d av . . .959, 1260, 1553, 1588. 

from 2d to 3d ...1158, 1327. 

Lexington to 4th 1360. , 

4tli to Madison , . . .1297, 1327, 1360, 1420. 1553. ' 
1618, 1660. ' I 

Madison to 5t,h 123.5, 1360. ' 

ii 8, 6th to 7th. . . .900, 930, 1328, 1389 1449. 

BS, 6lhto7th 1553. 

8ih to 9th.... 1261, 1389, 1651. 
57ih, east o[ 1st av 138;l, 1419. 1484. 

from 1st to 4th 1449, 15.53, 1688 

5th to Gth... 1134, 1449,1553. 

Gth to Slh 900, 1261. 

8 s, 9th to 10th 1419. 

58th, east of lat av ...900, 

n a, from 1st to 2d . . . 929, 1360. 

8 8, let to 2d 1553, 1588. 

3d to 6th 229,1298,1327. 

n 8, 7lh to 8th.... 900, 1620. 

8th to 9th-... 1261, 1553, 1583. 

9th to lOih. ..1235. 
59th, from let to 2d av 1015, 1588. ' 

3d to 4th .... 1517, 1553, 1588, 16 1 8. 

5th to 7th... Miss, 1298, 1449. 

8th to 9th 1206, 1419. 

west ol 10th.... 1564. 
60lh, from 2d to 3d av,... 929, 1261, 1327 , 

3d to 4th 1327,1553,1588. i 

4th to 5th,... 1449. \ 

n^, 8th to 9th. . . . 1181, 1206, 1235, 1261 1650' 

S8,8thto9th 1393,1517,1553. 

" ■■ 929,1236,1484,1588,1618, 1 



"■— "^ u B, 9th to 10th. 
1651. 
n 8, 10th to nth., 
s 8, lOlh to nth. . 

Olst, n 8, east of Ist av. 
from 1st to 2d- 



.1158, 1235,1297, 1327J 
.1206. I 

.900, 929, 988, 1389. ( 



ISO, 



,..1089, 1181,1261. 

..ino, 1261, 1360, J588, 

...988. 

1297, 1327, 1618. 

2d to 3d ...1181, 1261, 

3d toLexi"gton 959,1449, 

4ih to Madioon , . .1089, 1588, 

8.h to 9th .. 961. 

n H, 9ih to 10th. 

8 8, 9th to 10th. 

8 8, 10th to 1 1th 
62d, n 8, from 1st to 2d av 929, 988,1327 

n 8, 2d to 3d. , . .929, 1089, 1327. 

8 s, 2d to 3 I. . . .1015, 1389, 1517. 

3 1 to Lexington ...1110, 1235. 

Lexingtim to 4th 1134, 1181, 1149. 

4th to Madieon 1015. 1089, 1110. 

n 8, Madison to 5th . . 15.53. 

9ih to 10th 12t;i, 1517. 1650. 

west of 10th.... 900, 1420, 1588. 
63d, n B, east of Ist. av. . . 1235, 1261, 

f om lat to 3d,... 1110, 1158,1618. 

Lexington to 5th . . . 1389, 1449, 

8th to 9th.... 1297, 1326. 

n 8. 9th to 10th., 900, 929, 1089, 1297, 135 
1420, 1617. 

B 8, 9th to 10th. . . .929, 9.59, 1389, 1434, 1517, 

8 s, 10th to nth..., 1042, 1158, 
01th, Irom Lexington to 5th av 1517, 1618. 

81 h to 9ih,... 1419, 1.517, 

n 8, 9th to 10th, . . .929, 959, 1089, 1206, 13; 
1360, 1449, 1538, 1618. 

B 8, 9th to 101 h ...988, 1010, 1065, K.'"i ' 
1235,1261,1327,15.53. *" 

G5lh, from 2d to 3 1 av 930, 1111, 1650. 

Lexington to 4th 1297. 

4ih to 5th... 900, 1111, 1181. 

8 8, 9ih tolOth ...959, 1015, 1£0J, 1261, 1!27. 
1360. 

west of 10th.... 98S, 1159. 
GGth, east of 2d av 10S9, 1588, 

from Lexington to 4ih 1388, 

8th to 9th..., 929, 1360. 
67th, from 2d to 3d av 1420, 

Madison to 5th 1389, 

8th to 9th ...gvs, 1134. 1618. 

n B, 10th to llih, . , 900, 988, i:61, 1327. 

westof 11th.... 1181. 

08th, from 4th to 5th av 1388, 1583. 

8thto9lh 1449,1553, 

west of 10th..., 900, 1111, 1297. 
69th, n s. from lat to 2d av . .1420, 



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Madison to 5th ...1235, 

ns, 9ih to lOlh ...1039, 1261. 

8 8, 9th to 10th 1481, 1553, 1618. 

8 8, 10th to nth 1261. 

n 8, west of nth. . . .988, 1015, 1449. 
70th, east of lat av 1181, 1420, 1618. 

from 1st to 2d. . . .1261, 1389, 1420, 1517. 

us, 2 1 to 3d.... 1517, 

3d to 4th.... 929, 1065. 1449. 

8th to 9th ... 1297, 1688. 

u s, 9ih to 10th. . . .929, 1015, 1517. 

B s, 9th to 10th,...1618. 

u 8, lOtli to nth,., .1206, 1360. 

weatof nth 988, 1553. 

7l8l,-ea8tof Av A.... 1688, 1589, 

u a, from A lo 1st 929, 1235. 

Bj»^l8t to 2d.... 929, 1134,1235,1420,1419, 
•t.^'^Vf) ' > > • 

, .■■*0\'^ S*on , , .929, 988, 1134. 
,-\W^ , >«Jth....l040, 1449 

•%^^*■ , 'ft'a^*- .'yth ...1261, 148 

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38th to 40th :.' .•.■.•• n.-'iGSl. 

I " •• •.o42d....l262, 1450,1485, 

:7th.... 9.30, ,„ i 

\r.\.. 902, 930, lf)G6. 1135,; ,„'-^ ,,,^ 
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ol iBt HV....959, 1134, :619. 
!Di 1st In 2d... 1S27, 1420, 1650. 

p, 2d 1. 1 3d.... 1517. 

'■ lo Muclipon , ..nil. 12n(;, 1U9, lfl(. 
-, 8ih io9ih... lOlU, 1517. 
, 8ih to9lli,...9 8, U'ill. 

s, Sib to lUth. . . 136U, 1517, 1619. 
, e, 9th to lOth. . . .92 ', 1449, 15.J3. 
D 8, lOih to Utli....l5M8. 
B B, 10th to 11th . . 929, 1261, 1.389, 1553, 1650. 
west of nth.... 902, 1182. 

73d, east ot Av A 1450. 

u 8, from A to Ist. . . 1328, 1588, 1619, 1650. 
8 s, A to let. . ..92^, 1040, 1135, 1261, 1419. 
8 e, lat to 2d. . . .959, 1189, 1327, 1553. 
n s, 2d to 3d ... . 1065, 1089, 1261. 
8 a, 2d to 3d.... 901, 1182, 1235, 1261, 1650. 
3d to Lexiaglon. . . .929, 1040. 
L'Xington to Madison ...1297. 
Madison tu5lh.... 1015, 1158, 1327, 1019. 
8th to 9th... 1040, 151?. 
ne, lOlhto lliU....yO', 1515. 
8 ►, lOih 10 lltli 927, 95ti, 1065. 
west of lHh . . 902. 
71th, from Av A to lal »v. . . .1158, 1588. 
n c, Ist to 2d . . . 9.VJ. 1588. 
B 8, l8t to 2d . .1010, 1360. 1449. 
2d to 3d,... 901, llM'.!, 1517. 
n B, 3d to L'xiugtoii . . .1182, 1449, l.'i53. 
p s, 3d to Lexiiifrtuu .... 1619. 

a B, Lexington to 4lh 1583. 

JUadiROii to 5lU. . . .959, 12H1, 1484, 1553. 

u 8, 9lh to lOih. ..988, 1089. 

B 8, 9th to lOlh .... 1327, 1300, 1517, 1588, 1019, 

1650. 
8 8, luih to nth.... 1065, 1420. 
Ih, n 8, east of Av A. . . .1517. 

from A to Ist. . . .959, 988, 10f9. 
DP, lBllo2d ...138t, 1449. 
8 B, 2 J to 3d ... 1389, 1449. 

3d 10 Lexington 988, 1297, 1517, 1588. 

4th to 5th.... 929, 1517, 1553. 
gihtolOth ...1297. 

west of Boulevard 1297, 1.553. 1(^50. 

76tb, 8 8, east of 2J av lC4ii, ;0S9, 1517, 

B p, from 2d to 3d . . .1206, 1360. 

Lexington to 4th... 988, 1010, 1206, 1484, 

1517. 
8 8, 4th to Madison.... U.-,S 123\ 1327, 1360, 

1620. 
n 6, 8th to 9lh....959, 1420, 1449. 
*• 3th to 10th .... 1015, 1207, 1360, U84, 1517, 1553, 

1619. 
west of 10th.... 1120. 

77tb, n e, east (jf Ist av 1182, 1517. 

from l8t to 2d. . . .929, 1.389, 1650. 
ns. 2d to 34 ...1135, 1206. 
3d to Madison.... 104-i, un. 
BS. 8th toO'h... 988. 
ss, 9th to 10rh....l065, 1182. 
«h, from Av A to lat av. . . .9J1, 959, 1553. 
DB, l8tto2d .. 1111,1360,1517. 
A DB, 2d to 3.1.... nil, 1182. 
8 B, 2d to 3d.... 1065, 1389. 
Lexington to 4th. ..1327. 



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4lh to 5th.... 959, 1005. 1089, 1361. 



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u H, 9ih to 10th.... 1065, 1589. 
HS.yth to 10th .. 929, 1135, 1261, 1327, 1553. 
west of 10th . . .929, 1327, 1449. 
°,h, D 8, from Ist to 2rt av. . . .929. 
Jt ' ^»s, Ist to 2d. . . 901, 929, 10H9, 13t9, 16.50. 
- R P, 2d to 3d . . .1135, 1420, 1517. 

Lexington t.o4lh 929, 1517. 

.r, n a, 4ih to Madison 1089, 1182, 1553. 

a 8, 4th to Madison .. 1235, 1297,1327. 
n 8,9th to lOih .. 1206. 

BS,9th to 101 h... 1420, 1517, 1588,1019 1650. 
Ih, u p. east of let av....959, 10C5, 12U6,' 1389, 
1517. 
,-is, fast of Ist. . . .929, 1.553, 1619. 

^' 8 e. from lat to 2d 1297. 

n H, 21 to 3d. . . .929, 98s, 1040, 1297. 
3d to 4th,. ..1297, 1617. 
a a, 4th to Madison ... 1158, 1420. 
weai of 10th....l261. 
81st, a 8, east of 1st av . . .929, 959, 1135, 1206, 1233, 
1297, 1389, 1553. 
B 8, east of Ist . ..1019. 
from 1st to 2d. . . 901, 1010, 1619. 
8 8, 2d to 8d.... 1359. 
n a, 3d to Lexington . . 1297, 1298, 1449. 
»a, 3d toLexinglon... tUl, 1065, 1449,1588. 

n a, Lexington to 4th 1297, 1298, 1517. 

8 8, Lexington to 4lh 1327, 1449. 

,, 4ih to Madison. . . .901, 1111, 1182, 1389. 

8 B, Madisou to 5lh . . . 1688. 
n 8, 8th to 9th. . . .901, 1484, 1619. 
DP, 9th to 10th.... 1588, 1C19. 

west ol 10th 959,938. 

82d, n a, east ot Ist av 1206, 1327, 1181, 1517. 

., 8 B, east of lat 901, 959, 1206. 1327. 

■" from Ist to 3d . . .1016, 1135, 1650. 

»j 3dto4th ...901, 938, 1041, 1135. 

n 8, 8th to 9th. . . .929, :235, 126:, 13S9 
T( n 8, 9th to lOih . . .959, 1135, 1361, 1389. 

f B8, 9th to 10th... 901, 929. 

n », west ot 10th 901, 1449, 1588, 1650. 

B 8, west of 10th 1016, 1041. 

83d, east of lat av ...901,929,1261,1327,1420 1518 
n p, from 1st to 2d.. ..1327, 1419. 
8 p. Ist to 2d.... 929, 1182,1361,1420,1449, 
1517,1619. ' . . . . 

2d to 3d.... 901, 13S9. 

Lexington to 4ih 929, 959, 1298. 

8 8, 4th to Madiaon 1015. 

a B, 8th to9lh....ll82 1650. 
n 8, 9th to 10th .... 929, 1015, 1361, 1389, 
1481, 1619. 

e a. 9th to 10th 1135. 1236. 

. B. 10th to nth 1015, 1235. 

'- -.:!"' ...929, nil, i;*'; 13i7, 1588. 



a p, 2d to3i ...959, 1298, 1517, 

3d to Lexington . . . 903, ',129, 959, 988. 

n a. Madisou to 5th 1040, !389. 

8lh to lOih ...1015, 1135, 1650. 

ns, lOih to 11th ...901, 1088, 1260,1588,1619. 

e s, lOih to 11th .. 901, 1450, 1517. 

west of llth....l0'5, 15.53. 
85tb, D p, east of Av A..., 929, 1261, 1389, 1420, 
1484, 1517, 1653. 

a p, east of A 1389. 

n a, from A to Ist 988, 1619. 

8 8, A to lat ... . 1235, 1361, 1553. 

n p, lat to 2d . . .929, 988, 1158. 1182. 

B 8, lat to 2d. . . .1235, 1389, 1120, 1484, 1517. 

2d to 3d.... 929, 1298. 

Lexington to 5th. . . .929. 1135. 

as, 8ih to9ih ...1065, 1484. 

a 8, 9ih to 10th.. .1327, 1390, 1517. 

west of nth ...1293. 
86tb, east ot Av A. . . .929, 1390, 1484. 

n 8, from I at to 21 . . .1298, 1327. 

8 8, in to 2d.... 1015, li 40, 1650. 

21 to 3d.... 950, 1588, 1650. 

3d to 4th ...1206, 1518. 

9ih to 10th.... 1015. 1041, 1158, 1420, 1481. 

west of nth... 1361. 
87lb, ea-to Av A....901, 1015. 1089. 1484. 

from A to 2d ...nil, 1390, 1449. 

n 6, 3d to Lexington — 1041 . 

4ih to Madison . . .929, 1261, 1449, 1019. 

8th to 9th.... 1182. 

9th to lOth 929, 1158. 13U1. 

west ot 10th.... 988, 1015. 
88th, eaat . f 3d av. . . .901, 144". 

n a, from 3d to Lexington . . . 1420. 

n B, Lexington to 4th 929. 1588, 1650. 

a a, Lexington to 4th . .1089 

4th to Madiaon . .1015, 1261. 

8th to 9th.... 1182, 1620. 
89th, east of 2d a v . . 901, 929, 959. 

a 8. from Lexington to 4ih....l0I6, 1065, 
1135, 1390. 

west ot 8th. . . .929, 1235, 1620. 
90lh, Irom 2d to 3d. . . . 1089. 

L'-xington to 4lh. . . .959, 1449, 14t4. 

B B, 4ih to Madison . . .1361, 1390. 

n 8, 8th to 9th.... 1041, 1517. 

a 8, 8th to 9th. . . .1420, 1484, 1517. 

weBtof 9th ...901, 1207. 
9l8t, east of 2d av . . . 930, 1 06.5, 1182. 

n 8, from 4tb to Madison . . 929. 

8 8, 4th to Madieon ...960, 988, 1016, 1361, 
1327, 1361, 1420, 1588, 1619. 

west of 8th ...12u7, 1449. 
92d, east of 2d av. . . .1484, 1517, 1619. 

from 3d to Lexington 929, 1450. 

n P, Lexington to 4th.... 1235. 1327, 1361, 
136a, 1390. 

s B, Lexington to 41b . .929. 

4th to Madison. . . .1016, 1361, 1553, 1850, 1051. 

Madison to 5th. .. .1016. 

a 8,8th t) lOih ...960, 1235, 1553. 
93d, from Ist to 2d av. . . .1619. 

8 s, 3d to Lexington. . . 929, 1135, 1361. 

Lexington to 5th 1261, 1688. 

B a, 8th to 9tb....929, 1201. 

9th loI0th....988, 1236. 
94th, from Lexington to 4'h av . . .1261. 

8th to 9th .. 901, 1011, 1327. 

n a, OlhtolOth... 929, 1041,1153. 

west of 10th ...1150, 1.553. 
95th, east of 3d av. . . .960, 1517, 1651. 

Irom ad to Lexington . . 1420, 1651. 

n 8,8th to 9th ...1298, 1390. 

a 8, 8th to 9th.... 1327, 1450,1184,15-8. 

n 8, 9lh to 10th. . . .901, 1298, 1301, 1420. 

8 8, 9th tolOtb... 929,1041, 1158,1182. 
96th, east of Lexington av 1016, 1517. 

from 8.h to 9ih.. ..1619. 
97th, Irom 31 to Lexington av . . .930, 988, 1517. 

n p, 8th to 9th.... 901, 929,960, 988, 1016, 
1235. 

a a. 8th to 9th.. . .929, 1261, 1295, 1361, 1619 
1651. 

ns, 9th tol0tb....929, 930, 9fi0, 1016. 1041, 
10-9, nil, 1135, 1158, 1235, 1298, 1420, 
1588. 

B a, 9th to 10th. . . .901, 929, 1041, 1361, 1420. 

n 8, west ot 10th....l039, 1041, 1182, 1261, 
1361, 1619, 1651. 

8 8, west of 10th .... 1619, 1649, 1651. 
98th, east of 2d av.... 1089. 

from 2d to 3d.. ..1261, 1361. 

8th to lOih... 991, 930, 1327, 1390. 

west of 10th ...£02,1336, 1363. 
99tb, Irom 2d to 4th av. . . 901, 930, 1651. 

n 8, 8lh to 9th.... nil. 

8 8, 8tb to 9th.... 1065, 1066, 1182. 

n 8,9th to 101 h... 1089. 

8 a, 9th to 10th.. . .988, 1016, 15;8. 

west of 10th 1588. 

100th, east of 5th av... 901, 1298, 1651. 

8 a, from 8th to 9th. . . .1089, 1182, 1390, 1420, 
1588. 

9th to 10th .. 930,988,1150. 
lOlst, eaBtof2dav....l420. 

u a, from 2d to 3d.... 960, 988, 1066,1135, 
1450, 1517. 

n 8, Lexicgton to 4lh....l041, 1135, 1182, 
1298, 1420. 

west of Iflth 901. 

1021, eaat of 2d av.... 1066, 1262. 

n s, from 2d to 3d. . . .960, 1393, 1420. 

a a, 2d to 3d. . . .901. 960, 988, 1327, 1450, 1553. 

31 to 4th. . . .1011, 1135, 1182, 1391, 1420. 

n a, west of 9th. . .900, 1206, 1588. 

as, weatof 9th....901, 1420. 
U3d, from let to Lexington av .930, 1651. 

n a, 9ih to lOih. . . .1089, 1298, 13i7, 1361. 

a 8, 9th to 10th. . . .901, 930, 1135. 

weatof 10th.... 1042, 1111. 
< 04tb.' -n 1 at to 2d av . . . . 960, 1450. 
<>d....988, 1390. 

ngtou.... 1420, 1450, 1S13.1 

1 lI»disoa 9ui, 930 - ' 58. 

1327 1- in 



westof lO'h ...930. 1484. 1517, 1553, 1618. 
105tb, east of 2d av . . .930, 1553. 

a s, from 2d to 3i\ . 930, 1111, 1450. 

3d to Lexington . . .1206, 1298, 1484. 

ns, Lixingtoo to 4th. .. .1261. 

8th to 9th . 1261,1390,1588. 

n 8, 9th to lot h... 901, 1620. 

8 B, 9th to 10th. . . .1111, 1135, 1158, 1588. 

west of 10th....l618. 
106lh, n 8, from lat to 2d av....989. 

8 H, Ist to 2d. . . .1390, 1517, 1651. 

2d to 3d.... 988, 1261, 1361. 

3d to 4th .. 1043, 1361, 1450. 

8th to 9tb....901, 960. 

9th to 10th. . . .1517, 1553, 1619. 
107th, east of 2d av . . 930, 1041. 

D 8, from 2d to 3d ... 1182, 1262. 

BB, aa to3d....l234, 1450. 

n 6, 3d to Lexington 930, 1135. 

4th to Madison 1016. 

west of 9th... 960, 1517. 
103tb, n s, from 2d to 3d av. . . .930, 1011, 1111. 

a a, 2d to 3d.... 901, 960, 1066, 1206, 1517, 
1619, 1631. 

B 8, 3d to Lexington . . . .1420, 1589. 

Lexington to 4th. . . .901, 1041, 1066, 1235. 

west of 10th.... 1517, 1589. 
109th, eatt of Ist av. . . . 1484. 

n s, Ist to 2d. . . .1016, 1066, 1089, 1517. 

a 8, 1st to 2d 1041. 

D a, 2d to 3d.... 960. 

a 8, 3d to Lexington. . . .1089, 1368, 1420. 

n a, Lexington to 4th.... 1158, 1206, 1235, 
1390. 

MadiaoB to 5tb. . . .901, 1041, 1206. 

weat of 9th,... 1589. 
llOtb, from 2d to 3d av....l390, 1589. 

D 8, 3d to Lexington. . . .901, 930. 

a p, 3d to Lexington 1111, 1361. 

Lexington to lib. . . .930, 1553. 

4tb to Madieon. . . 988, i;5g, 1206, 1235. 

Madi-on to 5tb 1450. 

west of 9ib ... 1450, 15;7, 1589. 
mth, n 8, from 4tb to Madison av. ..1016, 1235, 
1262, 1589. 

8 8, 4tn to Madieon 1182. 

8th 10 9th... 1554. 
112th, east ot 2d av.... 1298, 1651. 

na, fiom2d to3l....901, 1016, 1450. 

n s, 3d to Lf-xington. . .1041, 126-2. 

a 8, 3d to Lexington .. 1182,1651. 

Lexington to 4ih . . .1016, 1420. 

5tl to 6th.... 1010. 

westof 8th 1390,1450. 

llStbBt, ns, eaatol lat av ...1066, 1111,1327. 

SB, eaat of lat. .1206,1390,1420. 

u a, from 1st to 2d 960, 1262. 

SB, 2d to 3d.... 1390. 

n 8, 3d to Lexington.... 1327, 1390. 

8 8, 3d to Lexington.. .1016,1182. 

n 8, Lexington to4lh. . . .1262, 1298. 

8 B, Lexington to 4th 1135, 1450, 1517. 

4lh to 5tb.... 1206, 1484, 1589. 

a a, 5tb to 6th .. . .988, 1517, 1619, 1651. 

6th to 8th.... nil, 1206. 1327. 

weat of 8tb .... 1182, 1390, 1569. 
114th, n p, eaat of lat av 1327. 

8 8, eastof Ist.,.. 9f 1,988, 1016, 1158. 

from 1st to 2d. . . 1262, 1361, 1390. 

2d to Lexington.... 901, 1236, 1327. 

6 s, 4lh to Madison.... 1298, 1390, 1484. 

n e, Madison to 5th ... . 1066, 1089, 1450, 1589. 

a 8, Madison to 5th. . . 1206, 1262, 1327. 

5th to9lb.. .1089, 1111, 1182. 

9th to 10th,. ..960,988, 1589. 
115th, n a, eaat of lat av 960. 

n p, from 1st to 2d. .. .901, 1135, 1235, 1327, 
1517. 

a a, lat to 2d. .. .1262. 1361. 

na, 2d to 3d ...988, 1298. 

4th to Madiaon.... 960, 1041, 1182, 1484, 1517, 
1619. 

Madiaon to 5th. . . 960, 1066, 1089, 1450, 1651, 

n 8, 5tb to6tb....l016, 1361. 

8 8, 5th to 6th.... 1135, 1158. 

6th tol0th....l016, 1553. 
lietb, eaat of let av . . .1262, 1363, 1390. 

from 1st to 2d.... 1298, 1390. 

3d to Lexington . . 901, 988. 1589. 

4th to 5tb.... 1484, 1619. 

5tb to6tb....l016, 1391. 

6th to8tb... 988, 1361. 

n a, 8tb to 9th . . .1235, 1298, 1361, 1390. 

westof 9th.... 901, 960, 1589. 
117tb, east of Av A. . . .901, 1619. 

from A to lat. . . .1262, 1484, 1517. 

nB, lat to 2d.... 930, 1111, 1517. 

BB, let to 2d.... 988, 1361. 

3d to 4tb.... 901, 960, 1327. 

n 8, 7tb to8ih ...1589. 

a a, 7th to 8tb. . . .1182, 1327, 1420. 

weat of 8th ...901. 
118ib, n B, eaBt of Av A . .902, 1651. 

from A to 1st. . .901, 1135, 1517. 

1st to 2d.... 1041. 

2d to 3d. . . .901, 1361. 1518, 1651. 

3d to Lexington. . . 988, 1158. 

Lexington to 4tb. . . .1327, 1484, 1518, 1651. 

4lh to Madison ...1235, 1518, 1553. 

6th to8tb....930, 1041. 

119th, east of Av A. . . .902, 1016, 1450. 1619, 1651. 

from A to 4tb.... 901, 1450. 

4th to Madison . . .1327, 1518. 

5th to 7th. . . .930, 1016. 

westof 7tb.... 930, 1420. 
120th, eaat of Ist av. . . .1481. 1518, 1619. 

from iBt to 2d. . . .1450, 1518, 1589. 

D B, 2d to 3d . . 960, 1235, 1327, 1484. 

8 8, 2d to 3d.... 930. 

8 8, Lexington to 4th . . .987, 988, 1016, 1651. 

4th to Madison. . . 1089, 1619. 

6lh to 6th. . . .902, 930, 1327, 1450, 1518. 

B8, 6th to 7tb 1553. 

n a, 7tb to 8th. . . .988, 1135, 1182, 1235. 1651. 

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)2!Bt, from Av A tn let av . . .1041, 1484, 1480, If i9. 
l8tto2.1....1135, 1484. 



..9U1, 1G19. 
. ,902, 9GU. 1327. 
..12)6, 1293, 1390 
..1016. 
..988,1206. 
.930, 9»5, 1011, 118 



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3d to Ma,dii<uu 

ef, 5tb tu Gth 

n B, fitti to7.h 

8 8, Clh lo 7tli. 

u s, 7th to 8th 

H s. 7'h to 8ih 
1589, 1019, 1651. 
Mi2d, a p, from Av A to Ist av 
1484, 1518, 1651. 

8 8, A to 1st . . 960. 988, 1181, 1518. 

iBt to 3d ...1041,1589. 

Hd to LexiDgton 1518. 

LexiDKlon to 4th. . . .'.OGO, 1434. 1553, 1651. 

4th to Midison ...901, 1390, 1150. 

5th to 6th . .1238. 

n a, 6tb to 7ih 10H, 1390. 

88, 6th to 7th ...;006. 1182, 1206,1361, 11119. 

n 8, 7th to 8th. . . .983, 1066, 1111, 1262, 13 0, 
1150, 1484. 

B 8, 7th to 8th . . 1553, 1589, 1619. 

we8t of 8th 960. 

1 23d, east of Ist av . . . . 902, 1390. 

e 8, from 2'1 to 3d 1390. 

n 8, 6 h to7t,h 1390. 

s 8, 6th to 7th . . .930, 1135, I5j4. 

n 8, 7th to 8th 1361, 1484. 

8 8, 7th to 8th . .1111, 1235, 1262, 1481. 

8th to 9th 930, 14ai, 15)4, 1619. 
124th, east ot 21 av. . . .902, 1327, 1420, 1651. 

8 8, from 2d to 3d 930, 1041, 1390. 

3d to Lexington 988, 1317. 

8 8, Lexingion to 4th . . .1206, 1327. 

4th to 5tb 1182, 1484. 

n8, 5th to 6th.... 988, 1327, 1390, 1518. 

8 8, 5th to 6th 1158. 

6th to 7th. . .1206, 1327, 1390, 1484. 

we8tof8th. ..1182, 1619. 
125th, from lat to 2d av.. . .901, 1089, 1206, 1513. 

2d to Lexington 1016, 1619. 

Madison to 5th 901, 

n 8, 5th to 6th , . .1041, 1262, 1298, 1390. 

8 8, 5th to 6th .. 1619. 

6th to 7th.... 1016, 1390. 

7th to 9th ..901, nil. 

9th to 10ih....l^99, 1651. 

we8tof 10th 1390, 1391. 

126th, east of 2d av 960, 1 1 39, 1361 . 

from 2d to 3d 11.58, 1235, 1262, 

3d to 6th 961, 1262. 

6th to 7th 930, 1262, 1420. 

7th to 9th.... 930, 1207, 1262 

we^t of 9th 1158, 1390, 1391. 

127th, east of 2d av . . . . 960, 1159. 

n 8, from 2d to Sd....988, 1016, 1484, 1485, 
1589. 

3d to 4th.... 930, 960, 088, 

4th to Madison.. .1066,1450. 

5th to 6th.... 1066, 1390. 

n 8, 6th to 7th. . ,930, 1206, 1235, 1589. 

8 8, 6th to 7th. . . .901, 1041, 1553, 1619. 

7th to 8th.... 1327, 15.53. 

8th to 9«h. . . .902, 1182, 1206, 1327. 

9th to 10th 1135. 

128th, n >, from 2d to Sd av. . . .960, 988, 1262. 

8 8, 2d to 3d ...1390. 

3d to 4th... 1159, 1206, l'.J36. 

8 6, 5th to 6th. . . .1235, 1262, 1298. 

n 8, 6th to 7th . . 901 

8th to 9 h. . . .1182, 1206, 1361, 1390. 

9th to 10th 1236, 1450. 

129th, east ot Lexington av 901, 14?5. 

from 4ih to 5th ... 1089, 1390. 

5th to 6th.... 1262. 

ns, 6th to 7th.... 1390, 1484, 1553. 

8 s, 6th to 7tb. . . .1262, 1518, 1553. 

7th to 8th ...1206,1262 1553. 

west of 8th. . . .1263, 1327, 1450, 1620. 
130th, from 4th to Madison av 1158, 1390. 

5th to 7th. .. .901, 1484, 1619. 

7th to 8th 989, 1111, 1298. 

8 8, 9th to 10th 1327. 

west of 10th 1182. 1206, 1620. 

ISlst, n B, from 5th to 6th av 13J0, 1619. 

Bth to 7th.... 930, 960, 1420. 

n 8, 7ih to 8th . . .1132, 1361, 1450, 1651. 

8 8, 7th to8th....li98. 

west of 9th 938, 1C16, 

132d, east of 5th av . . . .1450. 

from 5th to 7th. . . 1040, 1361, 

n 8, 7th to 8th ...1589. 

B8,7thto8th.... 960, 1 158. 1206, 1 !35, 1 51 3. 
133(1, n 8, from 4th to 5th av. . . 1262, 1390, 1150. 

ns, 6th to 6th.... 1011, 11152, 1262, 1327, 1361 



1150. 
n 8, 6th to 7lh 
8 8, 6th to 7th. 
n s, 7lh to 8th 
west of 8th.. . 
134th, eaet of 5th av 



...1016. 

...113.5, 1390,1150. 

.1120. 1651. 
1182, 1361. 
...930,1066, nil. 

n 8, from 5th to 6th 13nl, 1 190, 1513. 

8 8, 5th to 6th ... 1235, 1327. 1390. 
6th to 7th.... 1450, 1484, 
n B, 7ih to8th..,.1262, 1327. 

B 8, 7lh to 8lh 960, 1235, 1298. 

west of 9th ...1182. 
35th, eaBt of 5th av. . . . 1016. 

from 6th to 7th. .. .1158, 1361. 
7th to 8th. ..1135,1207,1262. 
west of 8th . ..1158, 1182, 1206- 
7th, we«t of 7th av, . , ,1016, 1066, 1111, 1553, 1649, 

1651. 
:tb, from 8>h to 9th av, , . .1111, 1361, 

9th to lOlh. . . .930. 1158, 1361. 
th, from 8th to 10th av. .. .1111,1361. 
h, east of 8th av. . . 1298, 1589. 

from 8th to 10th . . 1235, 1361. 1391. 
10th av to Boulevard. . . .1518, lo53, 1613. 

west of Boulevard 1361. 

_3t, B 6, (rom 7th to 8th av 93'> "'">■ '"" ">"" 

8 s, 7th to 8th . . .1295, il^Ao ' ■"^^' ^^'''^• 
8th to 9th .... 9W. 1206 ' ^"°°' 
> « \ -f 9th.... 1206. 1 



.1287, 



, r)54, i(;i9. 



1011, ll!.j, 



6 8,7th to 8th.... 938, 1120. 

west of lOkh.... 1128. 
143d, from 7'h to 8th av ...928,930,113; 

8th to liith .9(11, 

west ot Bouleva rd . . . . 1 235, 1 262, 1 150. 
114th Bt, fiom 7th to Bth «v . . 1 ii:2. 

8th to 1 ith....901 lii89, lliB. 

west ot 10th 162(1. 

U5th, fiomSlh to 9tU av. . . .930, 931 
151'^. 

9ihto lOlh .. 988, 1135, ll«4, 

west ot 10th. . . .988, 1326. 1620. 
116th, from 7th lo 8th av. . . .1135. 

8tli to lO'h . . 930. 931, HM. 1434. Ifil3. 

weatof 10th . 987, 11)4. 11)7. 
l^th.frnm 7ih to 8th nv . 901 11)5,131'^. 

till to lOih,. .960, 1016, 11-2. 

neat of B')iil>'vard . . AUl, 1518. 
H8th, from 7th to 10th av ...II1I6, 1 .13. 
14'.)th ...901. 960,1262, 1390, I'iSl 
150ih, east ot 10th av . . 930, lif.0, \r,oi, 1619, 1651. 

west of loth ...983. 
l")l<t, from 8th to 10th av. . . .901. 

westolllh ...988,1040 1215 1262. 
l"i2J, westof luih av....930, 988, 104o, 1262, HID, 

1484. 
1.53d, from 7th to 8th av....in41, 1066. 

went of lOih ..930, 1182, HI I, 1181,15.)!, 
Ifi.n. 
151th.... 1011, 1066. 

155th, from 81 h to St. Nicliolafl av . 1136. 
Ii7ih, westof lOih av....l>63, 12J8, 1150, 1151. 
158th.... 1016, 1066,1390. 
159ih .. 1166. 

160th.... w, 8- of 10th ..,1328. 
UU\, eastofAudubon av ,1153, 1327, 1328, 1.313, 

wist of Audnbon. . . 1328. 

if,2d...,9an, 11 5, 1513. 

163d . . 1039, 1089. 1185. 

164th.... 1031, 1206. 

165th.... 1328. 

167th... 1182. 

168th . . 1328, 1589. 

169th.... 1589. 

170th.... 9 1,960, 1554. 

nut . . .930, 1135. 

•173d.... 960, 1016, 1150. 

1 '4 th.... 1089. 

175th.... 1262. 

176th... 1016. 

184th.... 1182, 1262. 

185 h... 1066, 1206. 

187th, east of Uth av. . . .960, 988, 1066. 

west of 11 h ...1011, 1066, 1089, 1157. 
206th.... 901. 
207th.... 901. 
209th.... 1589. 
215th ...1516. 

AVENUEB. 

Av A, bet 2 1 and 4ih st. . . .990, 1099. 

from 4th to 7th. . . .1*64, 1 a9, 14*1. 

17th to20ih 930, 1041. 

.1110. 

. 988, 1066, 1135, 1260, 1390, 
.1041,1260, 1518. 
930,960. 1262, 1390. 
1420, 1450. 
75th to 77th.... 1554, 1619, 165a. 
78th to 79th.... 988. 
79th to 82d. . . .902, 1041, 1262. 
821 to 83d.... 1554, 1589, 1619. 

83d to 85'h 901, 11.58, 1282. 

85th to 87th. , . .988, 1235, 1262. 
87th to 92d . . .930, 1450, 1484. 

north of 100th (also see Pleasant av) 902, 

1041. 
Av B, from 4th to 7ih st . . .1293. 

Uth to 13th . .1135, 1182, 1390. 
13th to 14th.... 988, 1066. 
75th to 82d.... 1205, 1589. 

' .1261, 1262, i484. 

.902, 930, 1041, 1182, 1328, 1513. 
AvC, south ot 8th St.... 1135, 1518. 

from 8th to 11th.... 980, 1235. 1390. 
Uth to 12th. . . .983, 1518, 1651. 
north ot 12th,... 1262, 1298. 
Av D, from 5th to 8th st. . . .1090. 

9lh to 10th, . . .1089, 1262, 1298. 

Audubon, from 160th to 165ih at. . . .1323. 

165th lo 170lh....l089, 1206, 1554, 1651. 

170th to ISlst 1089. 

ISlBt to 187th, . . .1016, 1011, 1066, 1157, 1158. 

Central Park West (see 8lh av). 

Claremont 1485. 1589. 

Convent. . . .902, 1016, 1011, 1391. 
Coogan....ll5?, 1120. 

Edgecombe av or road, south of 140th «t 1066, 

nil, 1328. 
IromUOth to 145th. . ..96^ 1089,1206.1262. 

1328, 1390. 1554, 1620, 1651. 
145th to 150th ...1135, 1518. 
162d to 164th. . . .930, 1039, 1261, 14'5. 
164th to 166th.... 1323. 
north of 170th.... 1361. 
indelt .. .136a. 1451, 1485. 

Greenwich.... 930, 1182, 1.361. 

Lenox (gee 6th av north of 110th Bt). 
Lexington, Bouth of 25th st . 939, 1619. 
from 26th to 32d . ..1111, 1328, 1589. 

32d to31th 902. 

34tb to 3'ith 1206, I'^ol, 1518. 

37i.b to 40th.... 1518, 1589. 

45th to 50ih 1. 66, 1135, 1326, 1518, 16"t1. 

5l8t to 55th . . .1182, 1298. 1589, 
55th to 56th.... 930, -188. 1619. 
57'h to58th ...90*,-i206. 
Interval". . . -j-M, i. 1298, 1390, li85. 
035. 
M8, 1651. 



23d to 48 th. 
54th to 56th. 
56th to eiat. 
69th to 72d 
72d to 73d. 



82d to R3d.. 
83d to 84th 



1151. 
Ilawood....l090. 



lOlib to 1 6th ..,1328, 1619. 

M7'li to I 8tli ...930. 1202. ril3. 

1 '8lh tci 112lh ...0^9 1 '41. 11S2. 

117ihtol2)ih .. 10,1, 1)66, 1158 1262. 

Madison, sni.t'i of 2^ h i-t . . .9 i2, IM?. 1619. 
(•■'•ra V&th til SItli . . nil, 1262. 1328. 
34ih til 46ih... 11.53, 1 ?62. 
l-..-.."}, 16'41. 

9.30, 1011, 1185. 
1215. 
,.902, 1202, 1301. 
,1182, I42n 
9'"2, 1262, 1518. 
98'.), 1203. 
1390, 1518. 

0^0,1390. 1420, 1589. 



262. 



..1041,1182 
. '.KO. nil, 1206 
..1420. 
..089, IS^"). 
.10 6, 1551. 
.1016, 1C51, 

...1081, 12 

..1182, 1390. 

»U2, 1135, 1323, r)i8 
961. 



2. 1828, 



to Harlem 
iei9. 



52il to 54ih, 

6 'd to 6i:tb . . 
OHtb tu 7.lth,. 
"Uili to 7")ih . 

7 "lb 10 76 h . 
POth to82d,.. 
Sltli tu H5.b . 
8S b In 92 • . 
KiOib to fi'ih, 
nOih to 113 li . 
ll.'SMi to n lb . 
nib to 115tb 
Ullib 10 Ii3 I . 
12611) 1.1 130 h . 
north ol 130 b 

ManhatiDii, fro-)) 103 1 to lOGlh'at. 
1518, 1589. 

llOtli to llSih, 

I15ib to 117 h 

121<t to 123! 

Morniiieside. . . .1111, ll,i2. — 

MiUTit Morris ...902,960, 1262. 
Naeglfi . . .902. 1088, 1260, 1619. 
Now (*It(i) see Matibatrau and Edgecombe av9 ■, 
south of nstb at 1111. 

Iroiii 1:55 h to 145ili,...1089, 12''6. 

1451I1 to 15')tb ...930, 9:1. 1518. 

north of I50tb. . . .1016, 113i5. 
Northern 1390. 

Park (pee 4th av)....10n, 
PItaeaut (also ."6:1 Av A irom 100th tt 
Eiver). 

fr m IH'b to 117th ...960, 12 2, 

llSib to 120th..., 902, 1.551. 

120tb to 122 1... 1016,1389. 

122d to 121^1. ...902. 
P e coit ..1234, 1551. 
Riverside, from 75ih to30th st 1513. 

80th to 5th ...1016,1011. 

8jth to 9")'b . . .12i;7, 12 2 

n^rthol liith. ...1202, 1185, 15'P. 

Sout'j 5tb, south of i-'pring et 1111, 1120. 

from Spring tu Bleecker 930,1360,1185, 

1 19, 
St. Nii-holan, from llGth til!2d st ...1H2, 1651. 

128'htoH5ih ...939, 1111. 

135th tn 111 h 1206, 1361. 

llOtb to 1I31....1.'06. H61 1651. 

113d toUOlli ..930, 9:n, li:35, 1)13, 1'.'51. 

116th to 1.50th . . .902, 960, VUG. 

Undercliff....ll36. 

Vermilyea,...9G0, 1619. 

Wadeworth, soiitb ITS.b st 1016. 

nor hof 184th. ...1016, I'lSO, 1041, 1066, 1089. 

Weat Eufi, aouib ol 64ib Bt 960. 9-(9. 

fiom 67th to 70th. . .11-^2. 118"), 
70ih to71H....990. 9311. 1158, 1207, liSl. 
71 .t to 721 . . .902, 1361, 1,)1.5, 1619. 
72d to74ih,.. 901, 989. 
74th t,o7)ih....l262. U20 1185. 
,931.1207, 1610. 
960, liil9. 

;'6i, 1328, 1361 1310, iiab; 
.li07. 
902, 989. 
.1235. ir.l9. 
..1!07, U-0. 
,.927, 1618, 1651. 

let, south of 5th et 1485, 1319. 

from 5th to 9th . InlH l.-.5.». 1539. 

9th to 12th . . .1262, 1298, 1150. 

15th to 17th. . . .960, 1134, 1182, 1262, 1554, 

24ih to 25tb 93u, 1207. 1233. 

25th to02d ...902, 1485, 1318. 
37ih to 38th. . . .930, 1066, 1089,. 

,, .1328. 13S1. 

. .902, 1016, 1298. 

. .IVio, 1618. 

..1131 1420. 

..9n0, 1041. 

..11.35. 1182. 1262. 

.902, 1190, ;420.' 

..9i0, 1.328, 1390. 

..930, 1207. 

.12;?, 1390, 1450, 161, 

..930.101;, 1.589, 16 

..12.3.5, 1262. 

..1450. 

. 9 ill, 12,35. 

.1182,1651. 
1U16, 1262. 1518. 
.930, 1041 



/' 



75 b to 77ib.. 
77ib to 821 . , 
82d lo8")tb .. 
8")th to 8(ltb, , 
87tb to 8Slh.. 
83ih tT90 b . 
90rb to 100th. 
lOOih to 106th.. 



/ 



aoth t) intb. 

47th to 46th.. 

4»th 10 49 h., 

50th t.)52d.. 

54tb toGOth.. 

60th to 67ih . 

7l)ib lo 7l9t,, 

7lBt to 74th.. 

77th to 70ih . 

82d to 83.1 . . 

83d to 81th... 

84th to 86th . 

87th to 88th.. . 

89th to 9l8t .. 

9l8t to 93d . . 

95th to 102d.. 

102d to 106th, 

106'h to 107th.... 989, 1016.1111, 1420. 




lOi,^, 



1453, 



n2th ton5th 
118th to 120th. 
121st to 122d... 
north of 122d 
21, from 8d to 5th et. 
5th to 7th.... 1 



1208. 
..9,30, 1450. 
1:07, 1554. 
.101 , 1159, 1235. 
..1390. 
59,1300 1.580, 



'091, 



1890. 



\ 



KSl 



/ 

1 



7th tooth .1089, 1181, 1485. 

nth to 12th. ...10«9, 1185. J51S. 

12th to 13th. ...1134, 1H5, n'J3, 1420. 

20th to 2Uh . 990, lull, 16211. 

25th to 28th,... 1390, 1651. 

28th to 30th... 9311, 10,39. 

30th to 33d, . . ,960, Kill, 1390. 

33d to 35th,.. .960, 1261, 

38th to 40th 1182, 1651, 

I " •• to 42d. . . .1262, 1150, 1485. 
A :7th.... 9.30. . [ 

,5U,... 902, 930, 1066. 1135. J ',,;: ,,„ 
l'^f»i...,1293, 1485, 1651. «. ^U?, U06, 



/«> 



M^/ ,. .-.n.. .^.. 



INDEX TO THE BEOOBD AKD GfUlD3E 



3d, 



74th to 78th 
80th to H%\ 
82d tj 83d.. 
68ih to 91st 
9l8t to 93d... 
9.W to 941 h... 
99th to 10>d.. 
102.i 10 103ii.. 

1620, 
lOSa 10 lC5th. 
:C7th to lOOtli 
llOlh to ll2ih 
llllh ton5th 
115th to lieih 
llSih to llOih 
123d to r25th 
12oth to li6th 
north of 126th 
from 9th to 11th 
nth tolSih.. 
18th to 2cid . . 
Md to 29lh... 
29th to 32d . . 
32d to 34!h . . 
31th to 3Hth.., 
38th to 42^i... 
44lh to 4iith. . 
46th to 48th... 
5iith to .V2rt.. . 
62dto57th... 
."iVih to (Jiiih.. 
62dto65th... 
7ad to 7'.ih ., 
76th to80th.. 
82d to 87th.. 
b7th to 92i1.. . 
92d to'.i5th... 
9.5th to 96tli.. 
96th to 971 h . 
97th t"9'.)ih.. 
ICOih to I02d. 
102d to 103d . 



...1390, 16-1. 

.930, 13i9. 

.1041, 108'.l, nil 1262. 

..1450,1051. 

..12f;3, 1328. 

...1066, 1262, 1328. 

...1298. 1328, 1361, 1390, 1619, 

.1390,1518, 1651. 
..902, 1262. 15)8. 
..12S5, 1262, lib5. 
. l;90, ISlf. 
..IKil, n20. 
..1066, 13Ga. 
.1183, 1206, 1390. 
..12ilH, 14.S5. 
..1159, 1589. 



4th 



5th, 



. 10G7, 1390. 

. 990. 1360. 
1090, 13(;0. 

.9«9, li:l6. 

,1<II7, 1182, 1207. 

.1089, 1589. 

. , 1185, 1.554. 

.1263, 1328, 1391. 

..1182. l(:2i). 

..1364, 1.5U0, lOai. 

.n82, 14.50, 1518. 
1328, 1589. 

..903,1041, 1185. 

.930. 

.1041. 

. lOl'J, 1450, 1589. 

.liJ07. 1518, 1>I<». 

.1135, 1263, 1391. 

.1135,1518. 

..960, 1554. 

.1298. 

. 90 J, 1066, 1298. 

. . 902, 930, 90U. 

. 1651. 

e 8, 103d to 105th. . . .9ir9. 1158. 
105th to l(7th....llll, 1620. 
lUth to l)2ih ..1518. 
llBlh to 120ih....l"41, l-i3f., 14.51. 

north ol 125lh lSi)i, H85. 

av. south of 12th Bt 1041, 1360. 

from 14 h to 26th 12H2, 138-<. 

26ihio30th 1298, 1361, 1518. 

52d to 55ih. . . .1066, 13;i9, 1361. 

55th to 60th.... 1263. 

75ih to 77ih ...1041, 1620. 

80th to 84lh... 1041,1263,1391,1450 14S5 

?4ihtoH5th....l420, 1651. 

88lhto90th ...1298, 13.'8. 

90ih to 92.1.. .9.89, 1207,1391. 

lOlat to 103d.... 1298. 1391. 

107th to 116ih.. . .1016. Ii98, 1589. 

118th to 119ih....989, 1182, V>35. 

w 8, 119th to 121it. . . lull, 1391, 1518. 

iibih to 130th 1';19. 

south ot loth at ia36, 1328, 1451 ]-,gi). 

f om 12th 'o 14th . . 930. 1298, 1589 lOil' 
nth to 18th... 9(2, II 89, 1235. 
18th to 23d.... 1328, 1518, 1319. 
.902, 1262. 
..12ii8, 1485. 
..902, 930, lil6, 13C1. 
, 1183. 

902, 960, 1620. 



Oflth to 105lh.. 
IflSih to llOih. 
111th toll5lh, 
115th to noth. 
117th tol22d.. 
122d to iJllh . 
1251 h to 12Sih. 
128th to 130th. 
130 to 131at . . 
13l3tto 133d.. 
134ih to UOt.h. 
llOih to 142d.. 
U2d to lUd... 
143d tolllih.. 
141th to 145th. 
1-I5ih to 14i;ih 
146lh to ll7ih. 

1518, 15.54. 
147th to l,52d . 
152d toljlth.. 



..960. 

...9.S0, 1016, 1534, 1051. 

..nil, 1.554. 

. 1518. 15ao. 
. .9;0, 1589. 
..1554, 1555. 
...902, 1011. 12C7. 
, . 1263, 1328. 1420. 
1135, 1420, 1485, 
,.989, 1518. 
...902, 1158. 
. .i'02, 1298, 1483. 
.1041, 11166 
..1041,1135, 132^.1185. 

.1089, 1158,1235. 
, . .930, i<31. 
. ..9U2, lulO, 1066, 1135, 1391, 

..1016 1620.1051. ' 
..1041, lote. 



9lh, from 15th to 19lh st 
ISth to 23d. 
23d to 35th . 
39ih to 40th 
40th ti. 42d. 
43d to 4 th. 
4yth to 50th 
50th to 5Ist. 
51 -t to 52d.. 
53d to 541 h.. 
54ih to 55th. 
65th to 571h. 
67ih toOOih. 
60th to (51 h 
(i5th to 70th 
70 ih to 761 b. 
76th to ';7th. 
77ih 10 78ih. 
82d to85lh.. 
i-6th to 86ih....] 120, 16.il 

86th to 88th 115<<, 11^2. 

8sth to89ih... l.;98. 162ii. 

90th to 9 Ih 9112. 1651. 

ii6th to 97th.... 1041, 1111, 1207, 1554 
97th to 98ih....931, 1554. 
9sth to 99ih. . . 931, 1135, 1485. 

100ih....989, 11.16, nil. 



.960. 1135, 1328. 
,..928, 1262, 1450. 
...1041,1391, 139a. 

.. Ii63, 1391. 
...1620. 1651. 
...1450,1589. 

...I2'8. 

...'328 1361, l.=18. 

..nil, 1263, l.!98, 1554. 

.10-19. 

...1236,1191. 

...1158,1236. 1651. 

...n5'<, 1361, 1391. 
..1158 1236,1391,1651. 

.. 989, lii66. 

...1236. ■.589. 

...1620,1651. 

...1.554. 
.989, 1139, 1589. 



I'lSl. 



1H2, 



I 
M 



th. 



81i 



23d to 34th... 
34th to 36th,. 
38th to 39th.. 
44th to46ih.. 
48lh toSOih.. 

Both to 64th '.'Sa 

54th to59ih... 1298, 1485, 
59th to 65th.. 
75th to80ih.. 
90th to llOih. 
110th to 115th . 
120th tol28'.h.., 
iJOih to 135th.., 
from 4th to 8lh st 
16th to 23d.... 961 
2.Sd to28th.. 
28th to 31th. 
43d to 50th . . . 
Mth to 115th.. 
115th to 117th. 
l)7th to 120th. 

1620. 
120. h to 122d.. 
122dtol23d... 
123d tol27ih.. 
127th to 128lh. 
128th to 138th. 



.1263,1298. 
.1620, 1651. 
..960, 136.i. 
. . . 902. 

, . 1235, 1589, 1651. 
1361, 1120, 145u. 
..903, 1235. 
1451. 
902, 989. 
.902, 1519. 
928, 1263. 1620. 
1158. 1553. 
1391. 
.1235, 1263, 1328, 1518, 1C89, 



, 1185, 

1485. 

.1301, 1518. 
..1236, 1263, 1301. 

■ 9th nv, from St. 



.1263. 1450. 
1 ■07. 1263, 1391, 1620. 
1518, 1620. 
..902, 1298. 
..1207, 1391. 



. ..pouth ol 15th st 930. 

from 15th to 23d.. . .1 HO, 989, 1150. 



Mu 



sad 



M 

N, 



f\ 



8th, 



26th to 28th 
32d to 841 h. 
40th to Hit 

42d to 50th 

63d to 57th.... 
— ^?t^h to 58th . . . 
noth toll2ih. 
116th toliOih. 
120th to 12l3t. 
121st to 1^2d.. 
] 22d to 123d . . . 
126th to 128th.. 
128th tol29ih . 
129th to 130th. 

1554. 
130th to 132d... 
133d to 13ith... 
131th to 135ih.. 
135ih to 1x6th.. 

1554, 1651. 
137lhtall5ih.., 
north ot H5th.. 

from lOh to lith st 3651. 

19ih to 23d.... 1017. 1067. 
26th to 28th.. 
2«th to a2d.. . 



1589, 1620. 
1361 1554, 1589. 
.1554, 1555. 

958, l.-ilS, 1.554, 1620, 1651. 
930, 1328 1620. 
.1261. 

...1135, 1298. 
. . 1016. 1041. 1182. 

.930, 1391, 15t9, 1651. 
. l.;01. 1661. 
.1420, 1.5.54. 
...1011, 14S5. 
,.,1420, 1518. 
..989,1235,1391, 1120,1485, 

1158, 1298. 1.589. 
902. 930, 1016, 1182, 1651. 
nil, 1328. 
.989, 1207, 1235, 1361, 1391, 

.1391, 1)89, 1020. 
.1518. 



9,o37lh. 
'*o47th. 



.960,961, 1IJ20. 
928, 1.589. 

902, 928. H8Sf>>5- 
.1485, 15ao.>^ 

1298. 1.36'.»-' 



e s, 99th to 

1230. 
w 8, 991h to 100th..., 1016, nil, 1328, 1185 

1518, 1589. 

e 8, IflOih to lOlst 931. IC'IR, 1450. 

we.liiOth to 10l9t....Iii41, 1111. 

102d to 1051 h ...1135, 1207, 1450. 

105th to 106th.... 931, 11.58. 1450,1554,1020. 

106th to 107th.... I'i89. 1121. 

120th to 125ch....llll, 1361, 1119, 115 

1.518. 
125th to 130th 
130th to 140ih 
north of noth 
(.ilao see St. Nicliolas pi h 

Nicliolae av to 155th ot. ) 

10th, south of 20th st 1011. 

from 20th to 25th 003, 1236, 1339, 1555, 

1651S. 
25th to 27th... .928, 931, 9:I3. 
27th to29(h....902, 1041, 1132. 
301 h to 34th.... 1135, 1236. 
84th to 38th.... 9 9, 1391. 
S8ih to 39. h..., 902. 
40ch to 44th. . . .9^9, 1134, 1362. 
47th to 50th... 1263, 1328. 

52d to 58th 93a, Km, 1150. 

58th to 60th... 931, 10.-9 

( 0th to 621 . . . 902, 1182, 1207, 1534, 1589, 1651. 

62d to 63d.... 1135. 

63dto64ih .. 902,14=0.1620. 

67ih to68ih... 1361,1391. 

70th to 73d... 1620. 

74ih to75ih. ..1135, 1263. 

7- th to 79ih. . . 931, 1^98, 1589, 1651. 



80th to82d....9 1. 



82d to 85th 

85th to 92d . . 

9.!d to 95th . . . 

97th to 93ih... 

9ilh to lOOih.. 

lOOlh to 102d.. 

lU2d to 103d.. 

103d tolO.th . 

105th to llOth. 

120th to 125ih 

125th to 127th. 

127th to 13iHh. 

130th to lllat. . 

142d to 144ih.. 

114th tol45lh. 

H5thto 146ih. 

117th to 119(h. 

1.50th to 15-2d. . . .931, '1589.' 

152d to 153d 1328, 1518. 

1.56th to 157th.... 1263, 1450. 



960, 1236, 1150. 
1042. 1135 
9112,931, 1236. 
.1236, 1298. 
. 9 i2, 1182, 1263. 
.931, 1328, 
.931, 1042,1111, 1158. 
. 1 93. 

...1485, 1.589, 16i0. 
...11,')5, 1620. 
...1328, 1,391, 1518. 
. . 1236, 1450. 
..Oil. 1391. 
..1089. 129S. 
...13!- 9, 1620. 
...1328, 1361,1450, 1.559. 
9 ;0, 11.58, lu20. 



160th to 167ih.. 
167ih to 17Cth.. 
170th t.j 190th.. 
north ot 190ih.. 
nth, south of 25th st 



13i7 




131, 1016, 1328. 
.1362, 1451. 

.9-9, 1016. 
.ll'iS. 
. .1090. 

from 25lh to 35th 14 1. 1431. 

35th to 40ih . . 902, 931, 960, 9.9. 
105JJ. 

1042,1111,1236. 
.1328, 148.). 
1111, 1135. 
1518. 

.9'M), 9S9, 1158,1591,1554. 
1042, 1207. 
(from Wtst 64th to West 106th, also see West 

Eud av^ 
67ih V : • •."•,». 1182, 1485. 

^a>K-f901, 930,1135. 

Uh.,S'042, nil. 
»,y,fv/av.... 960, 1450. 
>^'V,>88, 1390. 

"igton....l420, 1450, 16!».- 

1 lUiiUon 90i, 930 ''58. 

1327 t. on 



42d to 44th.... 
44th to 46th.. . 
47lh to 4Mth . . 
48ih to 49. h.. . 
60ih to .52d .. 
54ih to 60th .. 
60ih to 64ih 



12tli, south of 40lh st. . . .1328. 

north of .59th. .. .902, 9G0, 1132, 1230, 1450, 
ll.n, 1519, 1620. 
13th . . .990, 1182, 1328, 1421, 1431. 

Abattoir.... 1110. 
Ashland (see Perry st). 

Centre Market 95S. 

City Hall ...937, 1297,1326. 

Clinton (see 8ih st, west of Broadway) 961, 

1159, 1519. 
Cottage.... 1260. 
College.... 899, 987. 
Hamilton ...1649. 

IrvinB, south nl 16th st. . . .1134, 1",16, 1631. 
Jumel.... 1303, 1148, 1431. 

Lafayette, south of 4th st. . . .1039, 1205, 1206, 1234. 
north of 4ih . . . .1200, 1262, 1419. 

Livingston 1134. 

Manhattan..., 1419, 1620. 

Mitchell.... 900, 928, 1157. 

Nichols.... 1234. 

Prospect.... 900. 

Rutgers (also see Monroe st, bet Jefferson and 

Clinton).... 1039, 11.57,1587. 
St. Marks. . . .1040, 1080, 1181, 1389, 1485. 
St.Nicholas .. 1010. 

Sutton 1041. 

Sylvan . . .928, 958, 1015, 1134, 1157. 
Trinity.... 1206. 
University. . . .0:',1, 1.148, 1183. 
Union (see 4th av). 

Varick....l260. 

Washington, from Greene st to Gih av 1010. 

MItCELLANEOCS. 

Acre properly.... 902, 1390, 1551, 1589. 
Inwood....l016, 1042. 

Interior lots... 912, 958, 960, 987, 9.?9. 1065, 1066 
11«2, 1207, 1298, 1.328, 1388, 1389, 1485, 1519, 
1554, 1589, 1620, IfSl. 

Pier or bnlkbea.l. East Eiver 958,1206,1339, 

1119,1616,1589. 
Harlnm Kiver... 0:1, 902, 959, 1363, 1181, 

15t-9. 
North River.... 900, 902, 900,1134,1182,1328, 
1362. 
Fort George.... 1516, 1G19. 

Wai-hinston 1418. 

Dyckman Hoaiesiead properly 1516, 1619, 

N. Y. Central & Hudson River K. 1! 902,1132 

1328, 1390. 

Jumel etate 1158. 

Sunyten Duyvil 903. 

Water lots... 9U1, 902, 958, 1134, 1206, 1328,1362 
1119. 

IndefinXe IcaselioUU 003. 1067. 1307 

1364,1399,136^,1431,1530, 1390,1631 

MiscellaBeous 902. 931, 960, 961, 9-9, 1016, 1042 

1006, 10,^9. nil, 1135, 1158, 1182, 1207, 1236 
1203, 1298, 1328, 1362, 1391, 1421, 1451, 1185 
1519, 1554, 1589, 1620. 1652. 
Power of Attorney 1485, 1519, 1554, 1590, 1620. 

TWENTY-THIRD AND TWENTY-FOURTH 

WARDS. 

STREETS. 

Adams 1436. 

Ackerman 1207. 

Ann.... nil. 
Anthony. . . .1555. 
Aqueduct.. .911. 

Arthur... 989, 1066, 1111, 1135, 1158, 1263, 1421, 
1554. 

Ash ...1042,1263. 1652. 

Bainhrioge.. 961. 

Ba8sford...,961. 1042. US'. 

Bavard . . . , 931, 961, 939, 1293, 1299. 

Bettuer's lane... 9112, 1391. 

Ben80u....l485, 162U. 

Berrian....l590. 

Berry. . . 9^1, 1111, 11.58, 1263, 1328, 1185. 

Bri3tow. . . .931. 961. 1183, 1293. 

Broadway 9911, 1183. 

Brookline .. 9i;l, 1207. 
Buckhout, . . ,1183, 1.519, 1593. 
Bush... nil. 1263. 
Butternut 903. 

Calhoun terrace 939. 

Catharine.... 1090. 1652. 

Chestnut 931, 989, 1159. 

Chisholm.. 1263,1298. 

Church.... 1207. 

Clifton. . . .161, 9o9, 1089, 1135, 1158, 1391, 1.554. 

Cole.... 1261. 

College.... 1519. 

Cottage... 931. 

Cross.... 1016. 

Donnybrook 961. 

Elizabeth. . .931. 1016, 1111, 1 99. 

Fletcher 1362. 

Fox.... 1421, 14.51, 1.519. 

Fort Independence 9^9, 115S, l.'Sl. 

Frederic... 931, 939, 1016, 1298, 13i9, 1362, 1151, 

1519. 
Fulton (see Av A). 

"■•d....903, 1042, 1066. 1 i2R. 
a 8, UOJ1UHS3 1^C3. 
4th to Madiso: 

5th to 6th 9i 

8 8, 6th to 7th... 

n 8, 7ih to 8th.. . i"- 

- " -"h to 8th.. .930. 

' «'• . P<3},988. „ ■'■■■ 



JT^DE 



THE RECOKD AND GUIDju 



ji- 



iiiKhbridg^... 902. 913, lln9, 1207. 
Hoffmann.... 1 1 3G, 1362, H51. 
Home....9(,l, 1620. 

Jacob... 931, gni. 11,36, 1183, 1298, 1299. 

Jefl'erson . . 9S9, 13il. 

John.... 1016. 

Juliet (also see 15Sth et) . . . .1652. 

Kelly.... liSl. 

Lafayette.... 1207. 

Lewis ...165 ■^. 

Lorillard.. . 1066. 1183, 12C3, 1391, 1500, 1620. 

Lowtll....ll85. 

Lowmede 902. 

Main, . . .902, 932, 9 9, 1016, 1136. 

Marble.... 1451. 

Mary.... 961, 1263. 

Monroe .. 1066. 

Morris... 931, 1183, 1392. 

Mott....961. 

New 903. 

North.... 961. 

Orchard.... 9D2, 1066, 1C89, 1263, 1298, 1392, U5r 
teirace 1136. 

Pyne... 931, 961, 939 1090, 1298, li:i. 
Pontiac (see ISlwt st), 
Popbam . . .902, 1121, 1551, 1620. 
Prospect 9S9. 

Eidge ...961. 
Jiockfleld ...16.52. 
Bjer....903, 931. 

8amnel....931, 1066, 1362. 

St. Georges crescent. . . .9J2, 1263, 1362, 1391. 

St. James... 9)3, 961. 

Sidney.... 1590. 

Simpson. . .9ol. iniG, 1298, 1391. 

Southern Boulevard, trom 3d to Brook av 902, 

1263. 

Cvpress av to 119 h at. . . .1042, 1000, U.51. 

Westchester av to 175th at 1362, 13al. 

north of 175th.... 902, 961. 

!ndelt...,9n. 
Spring.... 1091. 1652. 

Suburban 1012. 

Summit. . . .1207, 1328, 1451, 1485, 1652. 

Taylor ...1519. 

Talmadge... 9S9, 1159. 

Tiffany.... 1090, 1391, 1451. 

Tompkins... 902. 

Tupping. . . .1111, 129^, 1599, 1451. 

Troy 159U. 

TJncaB.... nil, 1328. 
Unnamed... 'iVS. 
Union... 1183,1236,1554. 

Virginia.... 931. 

Walnut.... 1328. 
Water.... 1207. 
WaTerly....l299, 1391, 1392. 
Weeks.... 1451. 
Welch... 1328, 1421. 
Westchester K. K. (see 149 h el). 
William. . . .931, 1111, ll.i6, 1652. 

1st... 961,12.3.5, 1.591. 
2d....l012, 11.58, 159J, 1620, 

6th 9S9, 1042. 

7th (see 169th st). 
130th.... 1042. 
131st... 12fi3. 
132d ...902, 1263. 
133d.... 1263. 

134th, east of Willis av....9S9, 1299, 1421, 1451 
1510. 

from Willis to Lincoln 1042. 1183, 1519. 

west of Lincoln ...902,1042,1236,1328 1620 

135th, east of Brook av O'lg, 990, 1042. 

from Brook av to Brown pi 1652. 

Brown pi to Alexander av 1U42, 1391, 

Alexander to Lincoln 1111, 1519. 

west of College 1328. 

136th, east of 8t. Anus av....989, 1391, 1554, 1590, 
1652. 

from Willis to 3d 1158. 

137th, east of St. Auntav. . . .1017, 1042, 1554. 1590. 

from Brown pi to Willis av 9 Jl, 1016, 1362 

1391, 1620. 
Willis to Alexander . . .1012, 1090, 1263. 1451. 
Alexander to Lincoln.... 1183. 

138th, from Willow to Concord l.WO, 1620. 

Brown pi to Willis av ...1U90, 1136, 1421 

1590. 
west of 3d.... 1158, 1183, 1451. 
139th, east of Willis av , . . . I(il7, VH-2. 

from Willis to 3d. . . 1017, 1U66, 1111, 1183. 
140th, from St. Anns to Wi'lis av ...lOli. 
Willis to3d....9';i, 9;)9. 

14l8t, west of 3d av 902. 

112<i, from Willis toAl^xaude^ av....l299. 

143d. from Br.><>k to Willis av 931, aCl, 1328 

1421, 1485, 1620, 1652. 
Willis to .3d. . . .1017, 1136, 12 ■3. 
indeft ...989. 
144th, east of bi. Anns av.. . 190. 

from St. AiiDB to Brook 903. 1042. 

Brook to Willis. . . 1451, 1485, 1620, 1631. 
Willis to 3d,.. 1391, 1652. 
west of 3d ... 902, 1185. 
11.5th ...961, 1090, 1421. 
t6th, from St. Anus to 3d av... 989, 1207.1328, 
1421. 

"est of 3d 1111. 

indttt. . . .903, 1263, 1121, 16S2. 
\ '. from Bergen 111 Willis av .. 1012. 
V east of Willis av. . 989, 1207, 1328, 1185. 
\ Vest of Willis... 1006,1328. 
ast ol St. Annsav... 1183. 

. im St. Anus to Couttlaudt 9C3, 1317, 

1263. 

Ttlandt'to Mott. . . .961, 1207, 
■•ofUott ...1066, 



1017, 1236, 



indeft....9fl3. 931, 1183. 
150th. . . . 1066, 1207, 1299, 1185. 
15l8t....l236. 1451. 
152d....961,989, 11,36, 1299. 
153d, east of Melrose av 931, 1111. 

from Conrtlandt to Morris .. 
1263, 1323, 1451. 

west of JIorn8....1111, 1555. 
154th, west of Elton av. . . .931, 1183, 1590. 
155th, west ot Courtlandt av... 931, 961. 1207. 

156th, east of Courtlandt av 903, 931, 989, 1016. 

1017, 1391. 

west of Conrtlandt... 989, 1111, 1391. 

indeft ...903. 

157th, east of Courtlandt av 1421, 1451. 

158th... 106K, 1299. 

159th .. 1461. 

160lh....l2','9, 1421. 

I«l8t. . . .903, 1017, 1090, 1236, 1362. 

162d...,989, 1U66, 1U90. 11,;6, II08. 

163d.... 931, 961, 1136, ll,'i8, 1328, 1519, 1652. 

164th.... 989, 1183, 1263, 1391, 1451, 1.390, 16'i2. 

165ih ...903,931,1158,1263,1421, 1485, 1551,1590, 

1620, 1652. 
166th.... 1451. 
167th. . 989,1017,1042,1183,1207,1263,1299,1391, 

1451. 
16Sth . 931, 1158. 
169th, from Union to Franklin av... 1042, 1136. 

Frauklin to Washington . . 1263. 

indtlt ...931, 1299. 
170th. . . 9H9, 1042, 1299, 1485, 1486, 1590. 
171st.... 931. 
172d....903, 1263. 
173d.... 1362. 

174th. . . .989, 1183, 1263, 1485. 
175th.... 9-1, 1183, 115L 
176th.... 1236. 
177th.... 1329, 1620. 
179th.... 931. 

184tb....l236, 1299,14,51, 1485, 1186, lil9. 
185th,... 1486. 
187th.... 1299, 1620. 
2i,Glh... 1158. 

AVENtJES. 

A. . . .903, 9.31, 961, 1090, 1.590. 

B .. 90J, 931. 989, 1158, 1183, 1590, 1620, 1652. 

C... 961. 1620. 

Adams ...1207, 16'20. 

Alexander, nouth of 135th st 1263. 

from 135th to 13Sth . ..1158, 1183, 1362. 

136th to 137th ... 1183, 1 J07, 1421, 1451. 

137th to 14l8t 'Jbl, 1111. 

Anderson. . . .1267. 

Andrews 903, 11.53. 

Anthony 1042, li!63, 1519. 

Arthur... 989, 1207, 1236, 12G3, 1329, 1362,1391, 

1590, 1652. 
Aqueduct 'JUL 

Baboock 1090. 

BaiUy....P61, 1017, 1090, 1158, 1207, 1299, 1519, 

1554, 1620. 
Bainbridge ...9lil, 1090. 
Bathgate (late Madison), south of 173d st 989. 

from 173d to 174Hi . . .98 >. 1111, li36. 

north of 179ih .. 1183,1.590. 

Belmont 9:il, linl. 

Bergen ...1620, 16.1. 

Berriau. . . 9113. 931, 961, 990, 1136, 1235, 1263. 

Boston,. .1090, 1263,1620. 

Brook, south of llOlh st 989, 1017. 1563. 

fro 11 140th to 149th. . . .1017, 1183, 1590. 

156th to 163d.... 932, 1555. 

north of 163i.... 1183. 
Brown 1519. 

Cambreleng 931, 961, 990, 1017, 1012, 1066, 1111, 

1263, 1329, 1362, 1486, 1619. 
Cauldweil....903. 911 9;)1, 1H90. 
Central.... 9(il, go9, 9J0, lo9J, 1235, 1362, 1551. 
Clifton .. 1421. 
Clinton.... 9!il, 1620. 
College ...931 
Columbia... 9S9, 1263. 
Concord...,961, 1090,1111. 
Corsa ..902. 
Courtlandt, from 118th to 150th Lt....9;i, 1236 

142L 

156th to 160th.... 1362. 

Crescent 931, 9b9, 1111, 1519. 

Croton... 990. 
Cypress.... 1362. 

Daly ...931. 
Decatur ...1590. 
Davidson... 9)3,951. 
Divieiou....ll83. 

Eagle .. 913,931,951,1017,1299, UCl, 1.519,159". 
1620. 

Edenwood 1136. 

Ellon (late Washington) 99), 1136, 1151. 

Fairmount. . . 903, 9fil. 
Flestwood.... 1486, 1,554, 1.^90. 
Fordham south of 172d st 931. 

Iriira 176th to Samuel .. 9 i3, 961, 1042. 

indelt, . . 1042, 1066, 1090, 1362. 

Forrest (also see Conco'd av) 1066, 109il 1158 

11;9, 1236, 1299, 1590. 
Frarkliu. . . .931, 1066, 11 9,), 132!>. 



19., 1263, 1.329, 1451. 
I486. 



Fulton, south ut HOth st. 
north ol Samuel, 
indelt 1519. 

Garden.... 1420. 

Gerard. . . .903, 901, 1111, 1391. 

Grand .. 9(1. 

Grant.... 9i;l, H21, 1,519. 

Gi ove . . .9i)0, 1299, 13'.il, 1 151, 165?. 

Heath .1621. 
HighbridgB 903. 

Intervale. . . .990, 1C66, 1090, 1136, 1133, 1207, 1391, 

1451. 
Iawood....l090. 



9 



. . . 1237, 
IC5? 



-A 

Independence. ...1391. ; 

Jackson 989. 1329, 1519. Ii90. 

Jefferson. . . .961, 1111, 1207, 1421, 1451, 1519, 
Jerome. . . 903. 961, 1263. 1.554, 1620. 
Johnson. . . .1042, 1263, 1391, 1451. 

Kirkside 961. 

Lafayette ...931,1207. 

Lexington. . . .931. 

Lincoln ...931. 

Locust. . . .989, 1111, 1159, 1263. 

Loriug. ...903, 1158, ll21. 

Madison ...961, 989. 990, 1066, 1159, 1183, 1263, 

1451,1519.1)54,1620. 
Mapes . .931,961,990. 
Marion (also see Southern Boulevard). 

south of Bainbridge 9i',i, gao, 11=3. 

north of Bainbridge 902. 

indelt 961, 990, 1U66, 1^63. 

Mnhegan 931. 

Monroe.. .989, 1207,1652. 

Morse 990, 1590. 

Morrisania... 1151,1519,1652. 

Mo«hulu....l451. 

Mott.... 1362, 1619,1.555. 

Morris, south of 1.50th st....l01'7, 1236, 1263. 1590. 

from 150th to 155th, .. .931, 961, 1042, 1207, 
1299 1^54 

IflOth tol62d .. 1066,1362.; 

164ihto 16Kth,... 1451, 1652. 

north of 170'h. . . .903, 990, 1186. 

indeft....l299, 1329, 1451. 

New.... 1159. 

990. 
.961, 1159, 1183, 1329, 1486. 
.1263,1329. 
..1236, 1620. 
,.,1090.1652. 



Oak.,.. 
Ogden. 
Oliver .. 
Opdyke.. 
Orchard. 



Palisade.... 1042, 1391. 

Pelham . . .903, 1263, 1,391. 1519. 

Prospect, liom 156th to 171st st. . . .930, 1207, 1451. 

171st st to Tremonl av 1299. 

Tremont to Mohegan . . .961. 990, 1491. 

indeft.... 931, 1042, lOSO, 1111, 1236, 1391, 
1121, 1451, 1590, 16^0. 

Railroad, from 153d to 1.58>.h st. . . .961, 1111. 

153th to 166th. . . .931. Iijl7, 1329, 1421. 

170th to 174th ...1652. 

north of 174th . . , 1329, 1451. 1652. 

indeft. . . .989, 1012, 1066, 1207, 1362, 1590. 
Retreat. . .903, 1042, 1263, 1590. 
Rider.... 902, 1519. 
Ridge ...1183, 1299. 
Riverdale....ll83. 
Robbins....93l, 961, 990. 
Rjer....l207. 

Sedgwick 990, 1017, 1236, 1631. 

Sheridan.... 1136, 1421. 

Sherman ...1555. 

Sp(iff)rd....l519. 

St. Anns, from 134th to 135lh St.. . .989, 1151. 

135th to 136th ...989,990. 

H3d to 159th.... 961, 1012, 1186. 

150th to 116th,... 903. 931, 990. 

north ol 1,56th. ...1016. ,/ 

Stebbins. from Westchester to Prospect av.. 
1042, 1590. 

Prospect av toChisholm st 99^,1237,11 

north olChisholm....l236, 1298. 

indelt . 931, 961, 

Strong 1090. 

8ummit....l017, 1555, 1590. 

Tavlor....990, 1329. 

Thomas.... 1362. 1652. 

Tiebuut ...931, 1159, 1299, 1451. 

Tintou, from 15ith to 165^1 st 9'1. 64, 

north ot 165 h.... 961. 1421 1161, 1186. 

indelt ..961, 11 11, 1183, 1236. 
Trinity.... 903, 990, lul?, 1042, 118r. 



Union, from 156th to 165th st. . . .990, 1136. 
165lhto 166ih....H21, li;21. 
north of 166th. ..1042, 14S6. 
indeft..., 903, 1066, 1451, 1483. 



153. 

112, 

160, 
,159, 



Valentine . . 1299, 1451, 15,55, 1621. 
Van Courtlandt. , . 1017, 1136, 1362. 
Vanderbilt, from 182d st to Kiugsbridge roadlf67, 
1486, 1519. 

Walker ...11.59. ^^> 

Walton, from 146lh to 150th st. . . .1066. w,„ - 

1.50th to 15ith.... 931, 961, lull, 1066, idSfl, 

1391, 10j2. 
15811) to 165th. .1391. 
indeft - . ,931, 1111, 1207, 1263. 
Warren ...1421. 

\Va.rhingtoii, south of Brook av 903, 1621. 

Brook av to 170th st 961, 990, llii'J- ,„.„ 

1590, 1619, 1621. JSSO. 

I7111I1 t(i,s»mml ...903,1183,12,36,12, , 
1186,1519,1621. da, 1453, 

norih ot Samuel 1,391, 1186. 

lu. left.... 902, 903, 931, !)61, 990, 

1183, 1299, 1391, 1421, 1184, IIP-'. IwT, 1091, 
1652. 
Webster . ,902, 933, 1183, 1299, 136:?''91. 1555. 
WpBichester, ,. 1'1J2. 12 9, r.9J. o5. 
WilUrd... 903,990 ll.;6, 1183, 1?'.H.3, 14,52, 16.53. 
Willis av. south ol llOti.bi.. lii, 1018, 1265, 1360, 
Irom 141»', 10 143d . I'i 
north of 144ih 931, 1.... 1018, 1183, 1265, 
Woodruff ...931, 1486, 1511'. 
Wo. th ...1090. .ussell pi. ...963, 991, 

d5, 1.330. 
2d\V9or9(S',\V'''''^°°'''"--123^'^265, 

3d, south of 13.)ib st Jopkinson av....l422 
Irom 13511) to 14 , 

H0ihtol43il,,,},°='fa«'ay av....962, 1186, 
1431 to 145th ^"• 

145lh to 1501.O Olive pi.... 80 4, 1308. 
J50ih to l5;to Rtone aT....S63, 111?, IIZC, 
y- 1360, lo63, 1591, .1631. ' * ' * ' 



74t 

80 1 



155th to 157tb. . . .1042, 1066, 1-^09. 

157th to 15Sth. . . .903, 931, 932, 961, 1421. 
-x59 h to 161st. . . .932, 1090, 1555. 

leiet to 163d nil. 

Ifi3fl to 16Gth....990, 1263, 1451, 14SG. 

16Glh to 170th . . .931. 1183, 1391, 159:). 

uorth of 170th. . . .903, 1183. 1421, 1486. 

indeft. . . .903, '.161, 990, 1042. 1159, 1207, 128C, 
1263, 1329, 1519, 1590. 
4th.... 1.329. 
5:h....g03. 

PL\CES. 

Aroularius 1016, 1519. 

Brown.. . 931, 1016, 1099, 1303, ISOO. 

Cordova 989. 

Charles.. . 9^9. 
Crane 1392. 

Delmonico 1451. 

Denmau. . 1135,1136,1236,1263,1185. 

Erneselifife.. . ,961, 1207, 1328. 
Evelyn.... S02, 961. 

German 1016. 

Hall.... 1016, 1042, 1089,1158,1183, 1328, 1391,1421, 
1451, 1485, 1519, 1590. 

Irving ...1042. 

Lafayette.... 989, 1328. 
Lorinj?....1090. 
Lyman 1391. 

Morris ...1362,1652. 

Poe....931, 1451. 

Potter. . . .989, lUt9, 1183, 1551. 

Byer....l207.J 

Spring 1263. 

Teasda'e 961, 1090, 1421. 

Terrace . . 990. 1362, 1620. 
Timpson 1090. 

Villa.... nil, 1183. 

Waterloo.... 1158, 1.5.54. 
Waver ly . . .989, 990, 1263, 1(152. 



Boston ...109.1,1419,1552. 
Post 1S62. 

Fordham Landinp.. .933.1183. 
to West Farms.... 951, 1420. 

Harlem R. E. (see N. Y. & Harlem R R.) . . . 932. 
Harlem & Porlchester R. R 1263. 
HighbridKe....930, 1090, 1111. 
Hants Point 1519. 

Jerome Park R. R. Co 

Kingebridee 961, 990, 

1392, 1421, 159J. 
to West Farms. . . .9D3, 961, 1066, 1183, 1299, 

1451. 
to Wiaiamsbrldge 9D3, 1017. 

MacCombs Dam . . . .1263, 1486. 

Mile Square to South Yonkers 1012. 

Morrieania Branch R. R. . . 931. 



.903, 939, 10C7. 
1017, nil, 1183. 



13C2, 



N. y. C. & H. R. R. B. . . .1142, 1299. 

N. Y. C. AN. R. B....1329. 

N. Y. & Harlem R. R. . .932, 1042, 1555, 1652. 

Old Albany Post .. 1299 

Boston 1593. 

Post.... 1159, 1207. 
M'ort Morris Branch R. B 933, 931, 1090, 1S62, 

laarry 1159. 

oad from Tremont to Highhridge. . . .1392. 

Upper Morrieania to Aqueduct Bridge over 
Harlem River 1392. 

"ayten Duyvil Parkwav 933, 1012. 

& Port Morris R. B . . . . 1 )90, 1207, 1329, 1566. 
iurbanB. T. R. E....1236. 

St Farms. . . .903, 932, 1016, 1207, 1263. 
81 toKingsbridge... 913, 1151. 

to Hunts Point 903. 

Iiam8biidge....902, 1017, 1555, 1590. 

ikors to Fordham 931. 

to Van Courtlandt. . . .931. 

^ MISCELLANEOUS. 

Acre property ...902, 961, 1159, 1236, 1263,1329, 

1362, 1555. 1590, 1652. 
AdameviUe 1042. 

ox River.... 903. 

ont 1159. 

6'ic 

flleng Estate 1159. 

M Us Brook or Creek 1263. 

Brook.... 902, 1593. 



;\ 



:i 



8th, 



1.' 

'2. ...1991,1621. 

126. 

12811. ..1158, 1236. 

12?L5.,.1236. 

laoihio 

133d to 1. 1017, 1263, 1328, 1392, 1421. 
131th to 1,1017, 1392. 
135th tolH. .1519. 

IsVmVl isia- "21, 1186. 
north of 115lh . 
from lOh to lltL 
19ih to 23d.... 1 
26th to28lh....9b. 

2«th tn 32d 928,1 loni 

_ s.o37ih....902,'"-"- 
■■>o47ih....HSi, 
1298. 1 



Westchester 931. 

Wtat Farms.. ..9;i. 136!. 

Woodstock 1067, 1621. 

Woodlawn Cemeterv 1017, ll'jS, 1",92. 

Heights.... 1027, 1263. 

. Yonkers ...1421. 

Miscellaneous . . .903, 1136. 1451, 1.J90, 1C52. 
23d »ard. . . .1391, 1555, 159D. 
24th Ward. . . .903, 932, 1042, 1392, 1421. 

East River 1384. 

Harlem River. . . .1066, i329. 

Kills ...1217, 1263, 130.?. 
Interior lots.... 109), 1136,1555. 
Water lots ...903, 1329. 



^niT^. 



.933, 



Z^TIKTO-S ooTTKro'-sr. 

STREETS. 
Aberdeen, from Broadway to Bushwick av. 

1113, 1136, 1159, 1284, 1453. 
AdamB, from East River to Concord st 
1183. 

(2Blh rt^ard), (also see Ashford) 903, 933, 

9B3, 1042, 1521, 1555. 
(E. D.) (also see Melrose si) .. 1S9J. 
(F'Ialbush)....932, 1136, 1329, 1392. 

Adelphi. from Flushing to Myrtle av 1236, 

1486. 1590. 
M J rcle to W illoughby a v .... 10 1 7, 1090, 1 520. 

Lafayette to Atlantic av 1307, 1453. 

Ainsliaj from Marcy to Union av lti31. 

Loriruer to Leonard US'), 1 55.5. 

Leonnr.l stto Graham av.... 11.59, 1621. 
Amily....l555. 

Ashford. trnm Arlington to Fulton av 932, 

1329. 

Fulton to Atlantic av 932. 1 1.59. 14.52. 

Liberty to Glenmore av 1343, 1520. 

indeft.... 1521. 

Bainbridge, from Sumner to Lewis av 1017, 

1067. 

Stuyvesant to Reid av 933. 1113. 

Reid to Patchen av 993, 1363. 

Saratoga to Hopkinson av 963, 1136, 1159. 

Hopkinson to Rockaway av 1486. 

Baltic, from East River to Hicks st 1453. 

Hicks to Clinton 1067, 1090, 1236, 14S6. 

Clinton to Court 933, 1264. 

BoyttoBond....962, 1112, 1530. 

Bond to Nevins 1207. 1299. 

Kevins st to 4ch av 1043, 1486, lt93. 

4th to 5th av ... . 1299, 1329. 

5th avto termination (sae Park pi) 1621. 

Barbey, from Jamaica plank road to Fulton av 
....1017, 1090, 1113, 1I3B. 1236, 1431, 1530 

Fulton to Atlantic av 963, 99 ). 

Atlantic to Baltic av 963, 1299, 1393. 

Eastern Parkway to ULimav 1043, 1329. 

Union av to Jamaica Bay 903, 904, 962 

1043, 1112, 1113, 1136, 1159. 1183, 1^36' 
1264, 1299, 1329. 1362, I486, 1621, 1653. 
indeft.... 990, 
Bartlett....lll3. 
Bay (New Utrecht) .... 1044. 

Bayard, from Leonard to Humboldt 1329 

1393, 1590. 

Beaver 136 '. 

Bennett 1264. 

Bergen, from Hojt to Bond 932, 953, 1299. 

136.'. 

Bond, to Nevins 1183, 1299, 1393. 

4th to 5th av 13>i7, J339, 1452. 

Flnthubh to Vanderbilt av 1421. 1452 

1521. 

Vanderbilt to Washington av 1159, 1399 

1339, 1.363. 

Washington to Grand av 1364. 

Grand to Clason av 962, 1136, 1590. 

Clason to Bedford av 990, 1392, 1530. 

Bedford toNostrand av 1136. 1183, 1.590. 

Nostrand to Brooklyn av 932, 990, 991. 

Brooklyn to Albany av 1091, 113S, 1267. 

Albany to Troy av. . . . 1329. 

Schenectady to Utica av 912, 1264, 1431 

Rochester to Buffalo av 903, 153o, 162l' 

1652. 
Buffalo to Ralph av. . . . 1159, 1392. 

Howard a v to city line 1017, 1 042, 1207 

Bergen lane (New Utrecht) ... 1487, 1653. 
Berry, formerly Sd, from Division av to Grand 
St.... 104 2, 1486, 1590. 
Grand to North 14th.... 11 13, 1520, 15.5.5. 
Bleecker, from Bushwich to Evergreen av 
139?. 

Evergreen to Central av 932,963,1307 

1336, 1421, 1520. 

Central to Knickerbocker av 12SS, 1423 

1530, 1593. 
Knickerbocker to Wyckoff av. . . . 1017. 1042 
1207. 

Bo( rum, from Broadway to Leonard st 1067 

1207. 

Leonard et to Bushwick av 932, 1421. 

1452. 

Bushwick av to White st 1363, 1421, 1590. 

Bogart, from Flushing av to Cook st 1557. 

Cook to Varet 1043, 1364, 1S29, 1631. 

Johnson av to termination. . . .933. 
Bond, from Fulton to Li vingston . . . . 903, 1207. 

Livingston to Schermerhorn 1299, 1555. 

State st to Atlantic av 963, 1565, 1652. 

Dean to Union .... 1393, 1 453. 

Boulevard (Coney Island) 1593. 

Bowne 1363. 

Box.... 1.363, 1590, 1621. 
Bradford.... 13o7, 1364, 136 3, 1520. 
Braxton.... 1329, 1-393, 1453, 155S, 1653. 
Bremen.... 1090, 1336. 
1 ridge.... 1043, 1453. 
Bridgewater 1153, 



Broadway, 

IJW 



from East River to Ber 



r 



Marcy av to Keap st 903; 1555. 

Keap to Hey ward ... 1264, 1530. 

hoerum to Leonard 1043, 1300. 1631. 

Varet st to Graham av....l067, 1399, 1052. 
Ellery to Locust. . . .990, 1207. 
Floyd to Stockton. . . .1329. 1452. 
Wall to Jefferson .... 933, 1067, 1 136. 
Stuyvesant to Willoughby av 935, S65, 

1421. 
Pula'ki st to De Kalh av .... 1307. 
De Kalb to Lafayette av.. .963,964, 10 0. 

Lafayette to Greene av 933, 1S63. 

Greene to Gatec av . . . .903, 1017, 1533. 

Cornelia to Duryea 1236. 

Jtfferson av to McUonough st....962, 1112, 

1336. 
Halsey st to Cooper av. . . .903, 1480. 

Cooper to Moffat av 962. 1042. 

McDougall to 8cmers....903, 933, 1183. 
Hull (E. D) to Conway. ...933, 1113, 1183, 

1264. 
Somers st to termination .... 903. 
(26th Ward), (also see Eastern Parkway) .... 

9i2, 1043, 1183. 12j7, 1362, 1433. 
(Flatbusb) .... 1017. 

Broome 963. 

( 6th Ward) .... 1090. 
Bush, from Dwight to Henry. . . . 1.590, 1621, 1653. 
Butler, from Court to Smith. . . .963, 1364, 1329. 
Smith stto 3d av.... 1159, 1363, 1486. 
4th to 5th av... .1363, 1453. 
5th to Flatbush av (see Sterling pi). 
Washington to Nostrand av 1299,1520, 

1590. 
Albany to Ulica av....l836, 1264. 
Howard av to city line 1593. 

Calyer, from Guernsey st to Newtown Canal — 

1043, 1159. 
Canarsie or Little lane (Flatbush) . . . 1393. 

Canton, from Flushing avto Tillary st 1113, 

1336, 1363, 1590, lf)53. 
Tillary st to Myrtle a v.. . .1336, 1329, 1530. 

Myrtle av to termination 1017. 

Carroll, from Hamilton av to Columbia st 904, 

962, 1017, 1264, 1393. 
Hicks to Henry. . . . 1090. 1329. 

Clinton to Smith ItOO, 13.36, 1393. 

Carroll, from Smith to Hoyt 963, 1208, 1261, 

1299, 1393. 
Hoyt st to 5th av. . . .1067, 1S63, 1631. 
5th to 6th av. . . .1045, 1393. 
6th to 7th av. . . . 1336, 1329. 
7[h to 8th av....l067, 1363, 1453. 
■ 8th to 9th av....9(l4, 933, 990, 1017. 1043. 

Profpect Park to Nostrand av 1300, 1339, 

1393, 1653. 

Nostrand to Albany av 1336, 1363,1555. 

Albany av to city line ... . 1653. 
Catharine (Flatbusb) . . . .965. 
Cedar, from Evergreen to Myrtle av.. .1017. 
1183, 1486, 1.520, 1631. 
indeft.... 1C67. 
Centre (36th Ward).... 933, 1090 (also see Chester 

St.) 

Chauncey, from Stuyvesant to Reid av S63, 

1067, 1530. 
Reid to Patchen av. . . .963, 1017. 
Patchen to Ralph av....932, 1299, 1329, 
1.530, 1631. 

Howard to Saratoga av 1067. 1533. 

Saratoga to Hopkinson av 905. 13i9, 1331. 

Rockaway av to Broadway 932. 

Chester, (also see Cenire), (36th Ward) 1136, 

1620. 
Chestnut (36th Ward).... 933, 1045, 1264,1481,1486. 

Church lane (Canarsie) 1530. 

Church. . . .1137, 1363, 1431. 
Clark.... 904. 

(New Utrecht).... 11 13, 1621. 
Clarkson (also see av). (Flatbush).... 1236, 1555. 
Clay.... 962, 1043, 1486. 
Cleveland (also see Jefferson st), from Rideewood 

to Arlington av 12o8, 1£09, 1399, 1329, 

1452, 1453. 
Arlington to Fulton av. . . .99>, 1453, 1486. 
Fulton to Liberty av. . . .904, 1667. 

Clinton, from Fulton to Congress 1520,1555, 

1.59C. 
Sackett to Union .... 1S62, 1421. 
Carroll st to 3d pi ... 1264, 1393, 1431. 
3d to 4th pi.... 963. 
Nelson to Centre .... 1307, 1555. 
Clvmer....l264. 
Coles.... 1555, 

Coleman (Flaclands) 1423. 

Collins (Flatbush).... 99U, 1043, 1113. 

Columbia, from Congress to Degraw. . .1159, 1364. 

Degraw st to Hamilton av 1067, 1183. 

Hamilton av to Nelson st . . . . 1137, 1261, 

1363, 1421, 1453, 1530, 1590. 
Nelson to Bush.... 1136, 1399, 1339, 136?. 

Bush st to Go wanus Bay 1090. 

Commerce 1136, 1363. 

Commercial 155.5. 

Wharf.... 1264, 1329. 

Concord, from Fulton to Bridge 1339. 

Bridge to Navy.... 990, 1454, 1488, 1.522. 
1621. 

Conover, from King to Elizabeth 963, 1183, 

1653. 
Elizabeth st to New York Bay.... 1136, 
1264, 1363. 

Conselyea 1431. 

Cook, from Graham av to Morrell st. . . .1159. 

Bushwick to Evergreen av 1307, l£63, 

1423. 

Evergreen av to Bogert st 1018, 15.57. 

Cooper (also see av), from Broadway to Bushwick 
av.... 1043, 1043. 
Bi;thwick to Evergreen av..,.(S3, 1(9' 
1112, Ub9, im, 1&30. 



/ 



INDEX TO THE RECORD AND GUIDE. 



Evprgreen to Knickerbocker av....l£99, 
1329. 
Cornelia, Iroin Broadway to Bushwick av.... 
1431, 1486. 

Bu!>hwick to Kuickcrbocktr av 1113, 

1338, 1453. 
Court, from Fulton to Dean ...14i3, l.WI, l.'>90. 
Dean toUougress... IISS, 1329, 14s(). 
Baltic to Sackett..., 1(17, 1WJ4, litSB, 1421, 

1486, 1.50.5. 
Sackettto Luquer....l363, 1392. 1421. 

Luquer sc to (iowanu? Bay 991, 1520. 

Covert, <rom Broad vi ay to Bushwick av 1067, 

1363, 1520. 

Bushwick to Evergreen av 932, If 67, 

1113, 11S6, 12S6, 1299, 1329, 1363, 1.590, 16.52. 

Evergreen to Central av 1183, 1363. 

Cowenhovens lane (New Utrecht) 990, 12.36, 

123S, 1452. 
Crescent (i;6th Ward). ..1161, 118.3. 

Cropsey (also see a\), (Bath Beach) 90-(. 

Crown ll9'i, MSB, 1591. 

Cumberland, from Flushing to Park av 1486, 

1555. 
Park to Myrtle av.... 1208, 1.363, 1421. 

Myrtle av to Fulton st 14SR. 

Fulton St to Atlantic av.... 11/90, 111?, 1136, 
1339. 



DaDforth....l043. 

Dean, from Smith to Hojt. . . . 933, 1090, 1264, 1486. 

, Hoy t to Bond 1621, 1653. 

Bond 8t to 3d av . . . . 962, 1043, 1392. 
3dto5thav....l(19ii, 15:iO, 155.5. 
Flatbush to Carlton av . . . . 9tJ3, 1590. 

Vanderbilt to Clason av 1017, 1 183. 

Clason to Franklin av....99l. 1264. 
Franklin to Bedford av....933, 991, 1044, 

1555 
Bedford to Brooklyn av.... 990, 991, 1017, 
123B, 1392, 1590, 1591. 

Brooklyn to Kingston av 1399, 1631. 

Albany to Troy av....9Jl, 1183, 1264, 1299, 
1392. 

Troy to Schenf ctady av 11 12. 

Schenectady to Utica av 9J4, 991, 1043, 

1159, 1486. 1.520. 

Utica to Buffalo av 9(i3, 904, !r67. 

Buffalo to Ralph av 96.M159, 1336, 1652. 

Rookaway av to termination 10.7, 1136, 

1137, 1264, 13:9, 1452. 

Debevoi--". from Broadway to Humboldt st 

1591. 

Humboldt to Morrcll 1043, 1090, 1236, 

1264. 

Morrell st to Bushwick av 1043, 1136. 

indeft....l329. 

He Bruyens lane (New Utrecht) li'17. 

Decatur, from Tompkins to 'Ihruopav 904,932 

K67, 1264, 1329, 14.53. 

Throopto Albany av 1183, 1264, U99. 

Bumner to Lewis uv 905, 932, 1043, 1067 

12tJ4, 1339, 1363, 1421, 11.53, 1486, 1555. 
Lewis to Btuyvesant av. . . .11.59. 

iStnvvesant to Reid av 904, 1017, 1136 

1264. 
Reid ro Patchen av. . . .1017, 1264, 1299, 1363, 
1520, 1631. 

Patchen av to Broadway 1112, 1299, 1486. 

Degraw, from Van Brunt to Columbia.. ..1392. 
Columbia to Court.. ..1U67, 1183, 1264. 
Court to Hoy t.... 1.329. 189 J, 1.520. 
Hoyt to Bond,... 1167, 1159. 15.55. 
3d to 4th av.... 1090, 1421. 
4th to 5lh av. . . .904, 963, 1090, 1159, 1591. 
5th to Flatbush av (ilso see Lincoln pi ) 

Clason to Rogers av 991, 1186, 1431. 

Rogers to Kingston av 964, 1299. 

Schenectady to Utica av 1U67, 1 138. 

Utica to Buffalo av 982, 1330. 

Buffalo av to city line 1090, 1520. 

Delevan. . . . 1136, 1137, 1363 

Denyse st or lane (New Utrecht).... 1393, 1394 

1395. 
Devoe, from Union avto Leonard st.. ..833, 1080. 

Leonard to Ewen 12:j6, 1264. 

Ewen to Catharine ... 99 1, 136.3. 
Catharine st to Morgan av.... 932, 991, 1136 
indeft....991. 

Diamond, from Van Cott to Norman av 1183 

1184, 1208, 133B, 1631. 
(Flatbush).... 1(j43, 1136, 1336. 1364, 1453 
1555. 
Dikeii)an....l017, 1C43, 1236. 

Ditmars 1183. 

Dod worth.... 933, 14S6. 
Douglass, from Court to Smith 

Smith to Hoyt....933, 1236, 1453. 
Hovt to Bond.... 991, 1153. 

Kevins st to 4ih av 1017, 1329, 1363. 

4th to 5th av. . . .991, 1043, 1067, 11,59, 1183, 

1308, 1393, 1421, 1486, 1591. 
5th to Flatbush av (^ee St. Johns pi ) 

Washington to Nostrand av 933, 1.555 

Utica to Bn Ifalo av 96 J, 1 183. 

Buffalo to Ralph av. . . .991, 1067. 

Ralph av to city line 1090, 11.59. 

indelt....l067. 
Downing.... 1393. 

Driggs, from Division av to Grand st 
1067, 1136. 
Grand to North 6th.... 1.39 J, 14.53. 

Duffield, from Nassau to Tillary 1136, 1431. 

Tillary st to Myrtle av....904, 933, 1520. 

Myrtle av to Fulton st 14.53. 

Dupont, from Commercial st to Manhattan av. 
991, 1043. 

Manhattan av to Oakland st 1017, 

1308. 
Oakland to Provost.... 1892, 1486. 
Duryea, from Broadway to Bushwick av.. 
11.37, 1336, 1264, 12'J9, 1339, 14tt5, 
1555, 1653. 
Bushwick to Evergreen av. . . .1330, 



.933,1013, 1264. 



.933, 



1067, 



..983, 
l&.'O, 



Dwight.... 11.36, 1137, 1364, 1363, 1453. 

Eagle, from Manhattan av to Oakland st. . . .11.59, 
1392, 1452 
Oakland to Provost... 1299, 143'., 1591. 
Earl (Flatbush) . . . .9i4, 1264. 
East Broadway (Flatlmsb) . . . .1299. 
Eastern Parkway (36th Ward), (also Sfe Broad- 
wa5)....9B3, 991, 1043, 1159, 126B, 1339, 
139 i, 1394, 1431, 1593. 

Eckford, from Van Cott to Norraau av 10C7, 

U99, 1392. 

Norman to Meserole av 932, 1136. 

Eldert, from Broadway to Bu.ihwick av 904, 

1530. 

Bushwick to Evergreen av 903, 1017, 

1520. 

Evergreen to Central av 1653. 

Elderts lane (26th Ward) .... 1.521. 

Elizabeth, from Otsego to Van Brunt 963, 

1.555. 

Van Brunt st to termination 1136, 1183, 

1S63. 

Ellery, from Nostrand to Marcy av 932, 963, 

964, 1017, 1C67, ll':6, 1159, 1308, 1264,1631. 
Marcy to Tompkins av....933, 1237, 1431, 
1482, 1555, 1652. 

Tompkins to Throop av 1236, 1237. 

Thrnop to Sumner av 1017, 1361, lo93, 

1591. 

Sumner av to Broadway 1017. 

Elm, from Broadway to Central av....932, 1159, 
1183. 

Knickerbocker av to city line 984, 1067, 

14S6. 
Elton (also see Madison st), from Ridgewood to 
Arlington av.. ..9,i4, 1^08, 13.9, 1269, 
1329, 1453, 1486, 1631. 

Arli5;gton to Fulton av 1208, 1309. 

Fulton to Liberty av . . . .1183, 1364. 

Eastern Parkway to termination 934, 

1453. 
indeft....l208. 
Essex.... 1337, 1392, 1422, 1621. 

Ewen, from Broadway to Johnson av 904.1363. 

Johnson av to Grand st 1067, 1136, 1264. 

Grand st to Skillman av 933, 1U43, 1264, 

1363. 

Skillman av to Newton st 1:36,1264,1363, 

1591, 1621. 



Fairfax.... 11 83. 

Fayette 1394. 

Fenimore (Flatbush) 932, 982, 991, 1169, 1208 

Fernald (Platbust)....904, 933, 933, 1308, 12BJ. 
Ferris.... II '43. 
Fleet.... 1018, 1653. 

Floyd, from Nostrand to Marcy av 933, 963 

991, 1017, 1159, 1299. 

Tompkins to Throop av 1018, 1043, U64, 

1363, 1520. 
Throop to Sumner av.. 14?fi. 

Bumner to Lewis av 1017, 1043, 1264, 

1422. 14S6, 16 il. 
Forest.... 1621. 

Franklin, from Meserole av to Calyer st 1159. 

Noble to India.... 1S63, 1C21. 

Freeman, from East River to Franklin st 1136. 

Manhattan av to Oakland st 991, 1329. 

Oakland to Provost 963, 1090, 1113, 

1652. 

Front, from Fulton to Adams 904, 933. 

Adams to Bridge. . . .963, 991. 

Bridge st to Hudson av . , . . 904, 963, 1 136. 

Frost, from Union av to Leonard st l U2, 1555. 

Leonard to Humboldt 1208, 1299. 

Humboldt st to Kingsland av 12,37, 1520. 

Fulton, from East River to Henry st 1159. 

Pineapple to Smith or Jay 1363, 14S6, 

1591. 

Smith or Jay st to De Kalb av 1237, 1363, 

1591. 

Flatbush to Lafayette av 904, 1208, 1299. 

Lafayette to Greene av 1530. 

Carlton to Grand av 1423, 14,52, 1652. 

Grand to Clason av 1363, 1453, 152D, 

1555. 
Clnsnn to Franklin av....lll2, 1237, 1363 
1621. 

Franklin to Bedford av 933, 1520. 

Bedford to Nostrand av 904,991,1017, 

1308, 1555. 

Nostrand to Marcy av 1892, 1432. 

Tompkins to Throop av 1453, 1591, 1653. 

Brooklyn to Albany av.. ..933, 1329, 1,591. 
Sumner to Stuyvesant av... 962,1523 

Troy to Rochester av 1264, 1,S63, 1452. 

Rochester to Patchen av 9,33, 963, 1530. 

Patchen to Ralph av....932, 1333. 

Howard to Saratoga av 963,991, 1019, 

1183, 1433, 1555. 

Saratoga to Hopkinson av 1043, 1329, 

1452, 1555, 1621. 

Hopkinson to Rockaway av 904, 962, 

991, 1017, 1091, 1113, 1159, 1364, 1399, li93, 
1.555, 1691, 16il. 
Rockaway av to termination .... 933, 1329, 
1363. 1433, 1.530, 1591. 
Furman..,.1017, 1264. 

Garden.... 104?. 
Garnet.... 1631. 

George, from Evergreen to Central av 1043, 

1136. 
Hamburg to Knickerbocker av , . . . 1067. 
Gold, from East River to High St.... 991, 1113, 
1136. 
High toTillarv....933, 1017, 1136, 1237. 

Myrtle av to Willoughby st 120S, 1453. 

Willoughby to Fulton.... 1530, 1621. 

Grace court 1017. 

Graham, from Flushing to Willoughby av.... 
933. 1-399, Ib'rft, 1453. 

Willoughby to Utayette av.,,,10i7, 1090, 
1864, , 



Grand, from East River to Wvthe av 12S7 
16.52. ■ ' 

Driggs to Havemejer 1017,1555, 1052. 

Rodney to Keap 1 6 Jl. 

Keapto Lorimer 903,991,1337, 1392. 

Lorimer Rt to Bushwick av.. 991 1150 
12.37, 1299, 1520, 1.531. ' ' 

OJivest to Newtown Canal. ...933, 1159. 
Newtown Canalto Newtown Creek. If29 

Grant (Flatbush) 1017. 

Grattan 12G4. 

Greene, from East River to Oakland st . £62 
1237, 1453. 

Oakland to Provost 1113, 1631. 

Grove, from Evergreen to Central av. . 832 
963, 1433, I486. ' 

Central to Knickerbocker av 962, 1.329. 

Knickerbocker avto city line... 1017 1(67 
1393, 15.5.5. 

Gwinnett, from Lee to Marcy av 12C8. 

Marcy to Harrison av 1043, 12(.9, 12! 9. 

Harrison to Throop av 1U2, 1329, 14«6. 

Hall.... 1488. 

Halsey, from Bedford to Nostrand av 1204 

1.555. 

Nostrand to Marcy av 991, 1264, I486 

Marcy to Tompkins av 1043, 1067 1329 

lu63. * ' 

Tompkins to Throop av....$91, 1091, 1264, 

13.9, 1452, 1486. 
Sumner to Lewis av. . . 932, 962, 1017, 1363 

1555. ' 

Lewis to Stuyvesant av 136.3, 1.555 1621 

Stuyvesant to Reid av 1208, 1837 J3H3 ' 

Reirt to Patchen av. . . .932, 1 136, 1264, 1392, 

Saratoga to Howard av 1113, 1236, 1423. 

Broadway to Bushwick av 1067 ' I486' 

1.555, 1631. ' ' 

Bushwick to Evergreen av 1091. 

Hancock, from Bedford to Nostrand av . . . . 1363 
Nostrand to M«rcy av....l208, 1337,1863. 

1555.1591,1(63. ' 

Marcy to Tompkins av.... 1017, 1018, 1393, 

Tompkins to Throop av 932, 991, 1018 

1043, 1067, 1090, 1112, 113S, 1208 1264 

1299, 1330, 1433, 1530, 1621. 
Bumner to Lewis av 1136, 1237, 1264 

1399, 1330, 1893, U3J, 1555. 
Lewis to Stuyvesant av 991,1043,1067 

l<'9n, 1337, 1299, 1329, 1330, 1433, 1452, 

1555. 

Stuyvesant to Reid av 991, 1090, 1264 

Reid to Patchen av....l018, 1299, 1330, 

Patchen to Ralph av. ..933, 1017, 1237 
1.520, 1691, ]b21. 

Ralph to Howard av 1113. 

Howard to Saratoga av.... 129s*, 1330, 1363. 
Harman, fiom Bushwick to Evergreen av 
1018. 

Evergreen to Central av 962, 109O, 1183 

133/, 1300, 1433, 14S6, 1530, 1555. 

Knickerbocker to Wyckoff av 935, 1,3S2. 

living to St. Nicholas av. . . .991, 1337, 1863! 
H86, 1520. 

indeft 1264. 

Harrison, from Columbia to Hicks. .1183, 1299 

Hicks to Henry 1043, 1136, 1452. 

Clinton to Court 904, 1433. 

Hart, from Nostrand to Marcy av 1.520. 1621 

-Marcy to Throop av 99 1 , 1 r67, 1 267. 

Throi p to Sumner av 1018.1267 1520 

1593. 

Sumner to Lewis av 1C90. 

Sluyvesant av to Broadway 1S08. 1264 

1300, 1520. 

Havemeyer, from South 5th to Grand 991 

North 5th to North 8th 1237, 1S63, l'453 

Hawthorne (Flatbush).... 904, 1043, 1068. 1112 
1113, 1208. ' 

Hemlock.... 10 18, 1043, 1067, 1090, 1112, 1159, 1160 
1208, 1237, 1652. 

Henry, from Pineapple to Montague 1159 

1330. 

Baltic to Degraw 962, 1520. 

Sackett to U nion . . . . 932, 991, 1043, 1(67 

1136. ' 

Summit st to Hamilton av....ll83, 1265 

130O. 
Hamilton av to Brooklyn Basin.... 962 
1365, 1363, 1365. ' 

(Gravesend) . . . 1090. 
Hendrix....lll2, 1136, 1159, 1392, 1632. 
Herbert.... 1183, 1264. 

Herkimer, from Bedtord to Nostrand av.. J04 
1365, 1530. 

Nostrand to New York av 904, 1830 

1487. 
Kingston to Albany av....l8S0, 1363, 1453, 
1653. 

Albany to Troy av 932. 

Troy to Schenectady av. . . . 1043, 1067, 1091 
1113,136.5,1330,16.53. 

Schenectady to Utica av 1091, 1555. 

Utica to Rochester av 1365. 

Rochester to Buffalo av 14.3, 14.52, 16.52. 

Ralph to Howard av 932, 1018, 1265, 13oo! 

1363, 1893. 
Howard to Saratoga av. . . . 1018, 1183, 1265, 
1363, 14 i3. 

s s, Saratoga av to Russell pi 963, 991. 

1091, 11 W, 1186, 1J65, 1330. 
8 8, Radde pi to Hopkinson av. . . . 1237, 1265, 
1433, 1555, 1631. 

n s, Saratoga to Hopkinson av 1432. 

Hopkinson to Rockaway av 962, 1136, 

13)8,1309,1330. 

6 6, Pleasant to Olive pi 801, 1308. 

6 8, 01ive-ni:to Stone av....S62, llj?, USC, 
3300, 1330, 1563, 1591,.1631. * ' '- > 



10 



INDEX TO THE KECORD AND GUIDE, 



stone av to termination.... 1067, 1265, 13 jO, 
131-3. 

Hewes, from Wallabout Canal to Bedford av 

904, 1112. 

Marcy av to Broadwav 9V2, 993, 12' 8. 

Heyward, from Wythe to Bedford av 1330. 

Bedford to Lee av 962, 1265, 15 .'U. 

Lee to Marcv av V9i). 

Marcy to Harrison av....93J, 991, 1043, 
10B7, ma, 1159. 13(10, 1363. 

Hicks, from Fukon to Pineapple st 991, 1265, 

1432. 
Pineapple Bt to Atlantic av.,..901, 1018, 

1237. 
Union to Carroll . . . .10:0, 1330. 

Hamilton av to Bay st 13rt3. 14S7. 

High, from Fulton to Jay 13 ;0, 1591. 

Jaystto Hudson av....l018, 1183, 1363. 

Hudson av to Navy st 1330. 

Highland Boulevard (.6lh Ward)... ,932, 1265, 
1433. 

Bimrod, from Evergreen to Central av 932, 

934, 9li3, 991, 1136, 1 ,83, 1265, 1555, 16-'2. 
Myrtle to Wyckoff av.... 11.59, 13i0. 1591. 

Wyckoff av to termination 1486, 1653. 

Holmes lane (Oanarsie) 1652, 

Hooper, from Wythe to Lee av 1S63. 

Mn-'-v to Harrison a v.... 1365. 1300, 1456, 

1520. 
Haiiison av to Grand st . . . .904, 1330. 
Hope (ilso see North 1st) .... 133 >. 
Hopkins, from JSostraud to Marcy av....l330. 

Marcy to Tompkins av.... 11.59, 1183, 1591. 

Tompkins to Throop av 1330, 1487. 

Throop av to Broadway 1112, 1159. 

Hoyt, from Fulton to Dean. . . .933, 1.5;;0, 15 5. 
Butler to PresideL.1,.. ..933, 1265, 1453. 

Hobbard iGravesenri) 1555, 1556. 

Hull, from Fulton to Saratoga av... .933, 1112. 

Saratoga to Hopkinson av 904, 933, 

1043, 1183, 12ii8, 1487, 1591, 1631. 

Hopkinson to Rockaway av 1018, 1183, 

1337, 1622. 
Rockaway to Stone av....991, 1018, 1043, 
10 -.7, 1183, 1337, 1^65, 1393, 1432, 1591, 
1633. 

Stone av to Broadway 1363, 1555. 

ind6ft....l-65. 
(E. D.)....963. 

Humbol'"' from Flushingav to Varet st 1091, 

1591. 
M>.oietoSeigel....l4S7, 1520. 
Stage sttoSkillman av....!^33, 1184. 1.591. 

Bkillman to Meeker av 1337, 13U0, 1363, 

1392, 1556. 
Van Cott to Nassau av.... 963, 1236, 1520, 

1631. 
Nassflu to Norman av....lf90, 1265, 1487, 
1520. 
Hunterfly road. . . .1136, 1337. 

Huntington, from Columbia to Hicka 11.37, 

1363. 
Kicks to Henry.... 11-37, 1363, 1453. 
Clinton to Court. . . . 16 j3. 
Huron, from Franklin st to Manhattan av.... 
1043, 1365, 1452, 1555. 

Imlay....!)33, 11.36, 1264, 1329, 1.363. 

India, from East River to Franklin st 1556. 

Franklin st to Kingslaud av 1308, 1392, 

1433. 
Irving.... 11.37,1587. 

Ivy, from Bmadway to Bushwick av....lG91, 
1159, 1308, 1265, 1363, 1556. 
Bu-hwick to Evergreen av....953, 1091, 
1237, 1556. 

Evergresn to Central av 1043, 1067, li 91. 

Central to Hamburg av 1159, l3os, 1487. 

Jacob, from Broadway to Evergreen av. . . .1018, 
116J. 

Ev -1 Kreen to Central av 1632, 1052. 

Jackson, fr.nu Lorimer to Laonard ... 1 159, 1265. 

Graham to Kmgslaud av...,1091, 1556. 
Java. ...1113, 13311. 

Jay, from Marshall to Concord 962, 155S. 

Mvrtle av to Willuughby St.... 1184, 1237, 
1556. 
Jeilerson (from Orraond pi to Broadway is now 
Jefferson av). 

from Bushwick to Evergreen av 1363. 

Evergreen to Central av 1043, 1068, 1091. 

Central to Hamburg av U67, 1159, 1556, 

1591. 

Hamtiurg to Cypress av 1623. 

(i6th Ward).... 11.59, 
(New Utrecht).... 991 
Jorom3 (-'6th Ward) .... 1113, 1137, 1159, 1184, 
1392. 

Jewell, from Nassau to Norman av 1184, 1653. 

Norman to Meserole av.. .. 1520, 1557. 
John.... 1237, 1330. 

(36th Ward), (also see Jerome st), from 

\ Union av to Jamaica Bay 9i4, 1043, 

1112, 1137, 11.59, 118S, 1184, 1208, 1365, 
1300, 14.52, 1487, 1-530. 

Johnson, from Jay st to Hudson av 904, 963, 

1454, 1523. 
Johnson lane (Glravesend) . . . .991. 

Keap, from Wallabout Canal to Marcy av 

1363, 1393, 1422. 
Division av to Grand st. . . .962, 1091, 1392. 

Kent, from East River to Manhattan av 1208, 

15.56. 

Manhattan av to Newtown Canal 1393, 

1633. 
King, from Dwight to Richards.... 1363. 

Richards to Van Brunt 1018, 1136, 1159, 

1363, 1556. 

Kosciusko, from Nostrand to Marcy av 1113. 

Marcy to Throop av laun, 145i, 1556. 

Sumner to Lewis av 933, 1159, 1308, 

1265, 13S1, 1591, 1623, 1623. 



Lewis to Stuyvesant av 933,963,1043, 

1067, 1091, 1184, 1365, 1300, 1422, 1!,91, 
1623. 
Si;u> vesant to Reid av . . . . ]r43. 1 137. 14.52. 

Reid av to Broadway 933, 963, 964, U68, 

133 I, 16.'2, 1653. 
Broadway to Bushwick av....904, 1633. 

Lake ((iravesend) l(9i, 1591. 

Laurel (36th Ward) 933. 

Lawrei ce.. ..9d3. 

Leonard, from Broadway to Montrose av....963, 
1137, 1300. 

Montrose av to Conselyea st 933, 1300, 

1556. 

Bkillman av to Jackson st 091, 1018. 

1043. 

Van Cott to Norman av 1018, 1265, 1453. 

Linden, from B.'oadway to Bushwick av 991. 

Bushwick to Evergreen av 1300, 1363, 

1652. 

Evergreen to Central av 1 159, 1337. 

Cential to Knickerbocker av....9j3, 13^9 
1330. 
Linwood (also see Monroe), from Ridgewood to 

Arlington av 14.53, 1530. 

Fulton to Atlantic av.... 11 9 1, 1300, 1422, 
1530. 

Atlantic av to termination 1018, 1308, 

U93. 
Linden Biulevard (Flatbush) .. ..1393. 
Liudea terrace (Flalbuoti)....155S, 1623, 1633. 

Little 1337, 1.5.56. 

Livingston, from Court st to Boerum pi 1091, 

1112. 
Bmitn to Hoyt. ...1184, 1423. 
Hoyt to Bond.... 1137, 1184, 1453, 1520, 

1,591. 
Bond to Nevins. . . .1018, 1653. 
Locust (-^eth Ward)....] '67, 1137, 1184. 
Logan.... 1363, 1.520, 1556. 

Lorimer, from Broadway to Meserole St.. ..1018, 
li91, 1159, 1300, 1558. 
Meserole to Devoe. . ..933, 1337, 1530. 
Bayard st to Nassau av . , 904, 1520. 
Nassau av to Noble St.... 933, 1653. 

Lorraine 1487. 

Lott (Flathusb)....1337. 

Luquer, from Columbia st to Hamilton av 

1137. list, 1363, l!2l. 

Hamilton av to Clinton st 934. 1364. 

Clinton to Court. . ..991, 13o8, 130J, 1432, 

1556 
Court to Smith.... 1018, 1520. 

Lynch, from Bedford to Lee av 1633. 

Harrison av to Broadway 9i4, 1018, 11J9. 

1184, 1452. 

Mackay (New Utrecht) 991. 

Macon, from Nostrand toMarcyav... ,1(18, 1184. 

1520, 1556. 

Tompkins to Throop av U 67. 

Throop to Sumner av. . . .933. 1043, 139.3. 
Sumner to Lewis av 1091, 1159, 1208, 

1237. 

Lewis to Stuyvesant av 1453. 

Stuyvesant to Reid av....991, 1330, 1S63. 

Ralph to Howard av 964. 991. 

Madison, from Clason to Bedford av 1043, 

:33o, 1556. 
Bdford to Nostrand av....l043, 1237, 1265, 

1«23. 
Marcy to Tompkins av . . . . 126.5. 
Tompkins to Tnroop aT....1330, 1.393, 1487. 

Throop to Sumner av 1 432, 1 .556. 

Sumner to Lewipav. . . .P3i, 1043,1167, 1113, 

11.59, 1208, 1337, 1330, 1423, 1452, 1530, 

l.i56, 1.591, 1633, 1623. 
Lewis to Stuyvesant av 963, 1137, 1487, 

1520, 1.558. 
Stuyvesant to Patchen av. . . .933, 1043, 1800. 
Patchen to Ralph a v.... 904, 991, 1043. 
Ralph to Howard av....963, ia63. 

( E. O. ) , (see Troutman st ) 1067. 

(36th Ward), from Fulton to Liberty av 

1184,126.5,14.52. 
Baltic to Bay av....lfl91. 1184. 
Union av to Jamaica Bay 1113, 1137, 

1337. 
Magenta (36th Ward) .... 1556. 
Magnolia, from Bushwick to Hamburg av 

933, 1330. 
Hamburg to Knickerbocker av....ll84, 

1265. 
Knickerbocker to Irving av 904, 1300, 

1432. 

Irving av to termination 991, 1208, 1556. 

Main.... 991, U-S7. 

(Flatbush) ...991. 

(New Utrecht) . . . .1433, 1423, 1453. 

Malbone 11.37. 

(Flatbush) ...1043, 1531. 
Maple (Flatbush).... 933, 963, 991, 1433. 
Market (36th Ward) .... 1364 
Marion, from Reid to Saratoga av 904, 933, 

1018, 1300. 
Saratoga to Hopkinson av 1068, 1093, 

1329, 1331, 1393 
Hopkinson to Rockaway av....904, 963, 

1363. 
Maujer, from South 1st to Lorimer- ... 904, 1337, 

1300. 
Lorimer to Leonard.... 101 8, 1067. 
Bushwick av to Newtown Canal.... 933, 

963, 1363. 
McDonough, from Marcy to Tompkins av.... 

1091, 1137, 1487, 1530, 1.556. 
Tompkins to Throop av....933, 963,1393, 

1423. 
Throop to Sumner av . . . . 1653. 
Sumner to Lewis av 1043, 1208, 1300, 

1453. 
Lewis to Stuyvesant av 1067. 

Stayvesantto Reid av... .1043, 1113, 1393, 
1487, 1556. 



Reid to Saratoga av....l018, 12(8, 1337, 
1623. 
McDougal. from Fulton st to Hopkinson av.... 
933 1237, 1300. 

Hopkinson to Rockaway av 1067, 12n8. 

Rockaway av to Broadway 962, 1143, 

1487, 1556. 
McKenney....l018, 1363, 1423. 
McKibben... 991, 1633. 

Meadow 1300, 1.523. 

Melrose, from Broadway to Bushwick av....933, 
963. 

Bushwick to Evergreen av 1091, 1330. 

Evergreen to Central av 963, 1013, 1487. 

Central to Hamburg av 1043, 1237. 

Hamburg to Knickerbocker av 962, 

1265, 1530. 

indeft 93.3. 

Meserole, from Union av to Lorimer St.... 1184, 
13 «. 
Lorimer to Bushwick av.. . .991, 14.53. 
Midd8gh....ll37. 
Middleton,...9t2, 1043. 
Midwood (Flatbush) . . . .933, 963, 963, 991. 
Mill.... 1053. 

Milford (36th Ward) ....1300, 1556, 1591. 
Milton.... 1237. 

Moffat, from Broadway to Bushwick av....963, 
1043, 1H2. 

Bushwick to Central av 962, 1363. 

Hamtiurg to Knickerbocker av....l043, 
1067. 
Monitor.... 1330. 1556. 1.591. 

Monroe, from Clason to Bedford av 1265, 1393, 

1487. 
Bedford to Nostrand a" . . . . 1237, 1300, 1363, 

1393 
Nostrand to Tompkins av .... 1018, 1-36.3. 
Throop to Sumner av....963, 1067, 1184, 

I2b7, 1433, 1452. 
Sumner to Lewis av....l043, 1184, 1330, 

1433, 1452, 15-0, 1622. 
Lewis to Patchen av.... 963, 1112, 1622. 
Patchen to Ralph av....l208, I3i7, 1393, 

1487, 1653. 
Ralph to Howard av . ..1091, 1184. 
(also see Linwood st), (.bth Ward), Ridge- 
wood to Jamaica bay.... 1018, 1137, 1208. 
Montague.... 963. 

Monteith 933. 

Montgomery, from 8th to 9thav....904, 991, 1018, 
1330, 1363. 

Washington to Franklin av 9J1, 1067, 

1365. 
Brooklyn to Kingston av.. ..904, 933, 1137. 
indeft.... 1591. 

Moore, from Broadway to Ewen st 1184, 1453, 

1623, 

Ewen st to Graham av 963, 991. 

Graham av to Humboldt st 933, 1300, 

1452. 
Humboldt to Morrell. . . .1365, 1,530, 1653. 

Bushwick av toBogartst 933, 10J8, 1137. 

Morrell.... 16.53. 

Myrtle, fmm Broadway to Busbwictc av....l4S7, 
1.591, 1622. 

Myrtle to Evergreen av 1265, 1453. 

Evergreen to Hamburg av 1018, 1137, 

1159. 
Irving av to city line. . . . 1300, 1454. 

Nassau, from Fulton to Jay . . . .1160, 1520. 

Jay to Gold.... 1159, 1452, 15o6, 16.3. 

(36tb Ward).... 1159, 1530. 

Navy, from York st to Myrtle av 933,1091, 

12i 8, 133 . 

MyrtletoDeKalbav....9i4, 1043, 1'.37. 

Nelson, from Columbia to Henry 1137,1209, 

1363. 

Henry to Clinton .... 1364, 1452. 

Clinton to Smith 1393, 1432. 

New (Coney Island) 12u8. 

(flatbush).... 126.5. 

Newell, from Van Cott to Norman av 963, 

1365, 1300. 

Norman to Meserole av....904, 1113, 1423. 
Newton.... 1591. 

North Henry, from Richardson st to Nassau av 
....1330, 1363, 1364, 1432. 

Nassau to Greenpoint av 1265, 1320. 

North Oxford. . . .1184, 13t0,- 152J. 

Oak.... 1265. 

Oakland, from Van Cott to Nassau av 933, 

1043, 1265. 

Nassau av to Clay st. . . .904, 1' 18, 1237. 
Ocean Parkway (Flatbush) ...934. 1019. 

(blravesend) 9u4, 983, li37. 

Orange 1184, 1556. 

Pacific, from Hicks st to Boerum pi 1159, 1-66, 

1487. 
Smith to Hoyt. . . . 934. 1393, 15t6. 

Hoyt to Bond 933. 

Bond to Nevins....963, 1018, 1364, 1487, 

1520, 1633. 
3d to 4th av.... 1393. 
4th to 5th av....l183, 1556, 1.591. 1622. 
Flatbush to Grand av , . . .1137, 1300, 1364. 

Grand to Clason av 991, 1018. 

Clason to Franklin av 9i 4. 1301. 

Bedford to Nostrand av ...1.520, 1556, 1633. 
Nostrand to Brooklyn av . . . . 1 184, 1642. 
Kingsti'n to Albany av 1184, 1330, 1364, 

1520, 1521. 
Albany to Troy av....1(67, 1091, 1337,1364. 
Troy to Buffalo av....9u4, 1137, 1300, 1433. 
Howard to Hopkinson av 1018, 1067, 

1452. 
Re ckaway av to termination .... 1191 , 1365, 

1330, ia3l, 1364, 1531. 
indeft.... 1364. 
Palmetto, from Broadway to Bushwick av.... 

963, 1137, 123?, 1330, 1364, 1487. 
Evergreen to Central av 1043, 1865. 



INDEX TO THE EECORD AND GUIDE. 



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Central to Haaibnrgav.. .1237,1300. 

Hamburg to Knickaibockerav 9ticl, 1'318, 

lo30, isn. 

Knickerbocker to Irving av 1432, 1623. 

Park....lS'lO. 

Farkway, from Wasbington to Brooklyn av 

1('43, 10!) I, 113(5. 
Troy to BulFulo av. . ..991, 1330, 1591. 
ladeft....»04. 

Partition, from Otsego to Van Brunt tlSB. 

Van Brunt st to New York Bay....9J4, 
14.i2, 15£6, 1053. 
Pearl.... 933. 

Penn, from Kent to Bedfordav....9i3, 1043, 1137. 
Bedford to Lee av. . . . 1043. I(iti7, 1237. 

Lee to Harrison av 9ti3. 991, 14^7. 

Pierrepont, from Columbia Heights to Willow st 
....1432, 1653. 

Hicks to Henry 9 4. 

Pineapple 904. 

Plaza.... 15,50. 

Plymouth, from Gold st to Hudson av 13,8, 

1237, 1300. 

Hudson av to Little st 933, 1053. 

Poplar.... 11 12, 1237. 
Powell.... 1556, 15.57. 

Powers, from Uaiou av to Humboldt st 991, 

1184, 1521. 
Humboldt to Catharine. . . . 1205, 1364, 1487. 

President, from Van Brunt to Columbia 1018, 

1043, 1112. 
Columbia to Hicks.... 1265, 1334, 1393, 1422. 

Hicks to Henry 1B53, 

Henry to Cliuto'i....l237, 1361, 1393, 1153, 

1556. 
Clinton to Court. . . . 1623. 
Smith to Hoyt....991, 1361, 1423. 
Nevius st to 3d av . . . , 1452, 1521. 

3d to 4th av 1184, 13cHi, 1487, 1633. 

4th to 5th a v.... 933, 963, 1393, 1432, 1532, 

1556, 1.591. 
.5th to 6ch av....in4,5, 11.59, 1864, 1453, 1521. 

6lh to 7th av 1018. 1265. 1330. 

7th to 8th av....963, 991, 1393. 

8Ch to9thav,...llS4, 1423. 1521, 1556, 16,53. 

Prospect Park to New York av 13J0, 

1623. 
Troy av to city line. . . .933, 1043, 16,52. 

Prince, from Concord st to My rtle av 904, 1043, 

1159, 1265. 

Prospect, from Main to Adams 1454, 1532. 

Adams to (iold....991, lul8, lu43, 1208, 

131)0. 
Gold to Navy.... 1208. 

(IS. D ), Bushwick to Evergreen av 1330. 

Central to Hamburg av 1018, 1113, 1137, 

1893, 1653. 
Hamburg av to Rock st. . . .lo'JO, 1556. 

(Piatbush) i39.i 

Provost.... 1237, 16.-2. 

Pulaski, from Nostraad to Marcy av....991, 1184, 
I26>, 1556. 

Sumner to Lewis av 933, 13' 8. 

Lewis to Reid av . . . . 1159, 1393, 1433. 

Quincy, from Downing st to 

1623. 
Bedford to Nostrand av 

15.56, 16i3. 
Nostrand to Marcy av.. 
Marcy to Tompkins av. 

1393, 1487, 1633, 1653. 
Tompkins to Throop av 
Throop to Sumner av.. 
Sumner to Lewisav.... 
Lewis to Stuyvesant av 
Hluyvesant to Reid av. 
Reid to Patchen av. 

1452, 1653. 
Patchen to Ralph av . . . 
iudeft....964. 



Clason av 1137> 

....1184, 1487,1531, 



.991, 1018, 1300. 
..1137, 1160, 1237, 

..904,1137. 
..1137, 1433, 1653. 
9.33, 1237, 1265, 1531. 

90,5, 1.300. 
...10,7, 1364. 
...1184, 1304, 1393, 

.1018, 1067, 1591. 



Ralph, from Evergreen to Central av 963, 

1653. 

Central to Wyckoft av 1018, 1423. 

Rapelye....93t, 1237, 1300, 1521. 

Rape! je (also see Richmond si), (36th Ward) 

9i2, 1042, 1067, 1137, 1237, 1300, 1364, 1433, 
1521. 

Raymond, from Myrtle to Da Kalb av 904, 

1393. 
De Kalb av to Fulton st. ... 1113, 1453. 
Fulton st to Hanson pi. . ..1623. 
indeft....933. 
Reid.... 1136, 1363. 

Kemsen 963, 1208. 

Richards, from Rapelye to William.... 983, 1136, 
1363. 
William to Partition.... 1136, 1137, 1363. 
Richardson, from Union av to Lorimer st.... 
1043, 1112. 
Leonard st to Kingsland av . . .1237, 1433, 
1487. 
Richmond (also see Rape) j ').... 1433. 

Robinson (Fiatbush) 1184. 

Rock.... 126.5. 

Rodney, from Wallabout Canal to Marcy av 

1018, 14.52. 
South 4th to North 3d ... . 1067, 1237. 
Roebling (late 6'h st, E. 0. ) from Division av to 

Broadway 1160. 

North 4th st to Union av....963, 1265, 1393. 

Ross, from Waliabout Canal to vVylhe av 

1393, 1422. 
Lee to Marcy av.... 933, 963, 1018, 1330. 
Russell... 1337, 12.18,1330, 1364, 1393, 1691. 
Rutledge, from Wyihe to Lee av....lo67, 1091, 
1422. 
Marcy to Harrison a v.... 933, 1237, 1265, 
13U0, 1330, 1,521, 1.556. 

Harrison av to Broadway 1113. 

Rverson, from Flushing to Park av 1330. 

Park to Myrtle av. . . .9ci3, 1208, 1632. 
WUloughby to De Kalb av. . . . 1018, 1556. 



De Kalb to Lafayette av. . . . 1556^ 1033, 

Sackett, from Columbia to Pmiih....l365, 1632. 
Smith to Hoyt....ll37, 1207, 1364 1393. 
1452, 1521. 

Nevins st to 3d av 1301. 

4th to 5th av....l365, 1423, 1.591. 
Sackman, (iOth Ward), (also see Sackman a^), 

from Herkimer st to Attanlic av 1208, 

1265. 

Pacific 9t to E»Btern Parkway 1 392, 15.'6. 

Eastern Parkway to Duryea av ... 963, 
13',)2, l,5,=i7. 

Sandford, fconi Fu^hing to Park av 12fi.5. 

Park to Myrtle av....1043, 1394. 1«53. 
Willoiighby to DeKalb av....l043, 1044, 
1067. 
Sands, from Bri.lge to Navv....933, 1265, 1633. 
SchaefT6r....ll60, 133). 1653. 

Scheuck, from Willoughby to De Kalb a v 

1454, 1,591. 
De Kalb to Lafayette av.. . .1265, 1394. 

Schermerhorn, from Clinton to Court 991, 

14,52. 
Hojt to Nevins.... 933, 1487. 

Scholes, from Union av to Leonard st 933, 

1208. 

Humboldtstto Bushwick av 1112, I.5.W. 

Bushwici av to Waterbury st 1067, K91. 

Seabring....ll36, 13ii0, 13.3. 
Seely (Fiatbush) . . . .933, 1487. 

Seigel, from Broadway to Leonard st 1137, 

1161, 1208. 13U0. 

Leouard to Ewen 1237. 

Kwen st to Oraiiam av.. .1018, 120,S. 

Humboldtstto Bu?hwick av lb9i, 1453. 

( 6oh Ward) .... 14.52. 
Sherman (Fiatbush) .... 1392. 
bkillinau, from Park to Myrtle av.... 933, 1265, 
1330. 

Myrtle to Willoughby av 1237, 1556. 

Will»iighby to De Kalb av 933, 1091. 

DeKalb to Lafayette av 1364. 1451 

Smith, from Fulton to Union li6i, 1393. 

Luquer to Huntington 963, 130i,', 1556. 

Huatmgton to Centre 1137. 

Snells alley.... 933, 126,5. 
Snipe (Gravesend). ..1453. 

Somers, from Fulton st to Rockaway av 904, 

963, 9.3. 991. 1017, 1159, 1160, 1^37, 1299, 
1392, 1555, 1591. 
Rockaway av to Broadway .... 903, 1018, 
llh4, 1556. 
South Oxford. ...1113, 1393, 1431. 
Spencer, from Park to Willoughby av. 9J4, 
933, 1330. 

Willoughby to De Kalb av 1.591. 

Stagg, from Union av to Waterbury st 1308, 

126,5. 

Waterbury to Bogart 933, 1018, 1184. 

Newtown Canal to Newtown Creek 

1265. 

Stanhope, from Evergreen to Central av 904, 

963, 1265, 1330. 

Central to Myrtle av 1331. 

Myrtle to Knickerbocker av 1043, 1113, 

1237, 126.5. 

Irving to Wyckoff av 1019, 1.393, 1453. 

Starr, from Central to Hamburg av 1013, 

1137, 116;), 15,=.6. 

Hamburg to V\ yckoflf av 963, 1208, 

14,53. 
State, from Hicks to Clinton.. ..1137, 1237. 
Clinton to Court ...1184, 1653. 
Smith to Bond .... 1.5.56, 1692. 

Bond to Nevins 963. 1013, 1160, 1622. 

3d to Flatbu-h av 1265. 

Sterling (Fiatbush) .... 1.521. 

Steuben, from Flushing to Park av....l556, 
1557. 

Park to Willoughby av 1160, 1.556, 1632. 

Willoughby to Lafayette av 1330, 1454, 

1053. 

Stewart, from Broadway to Bushwick av 933, 

963, 1067, 13u0, 16,53. 
Bushwick av to Evergreen Cemetery.... 
904, 1591. 

St. Felix, from De Kalb av to Pulton st 1653. 

Lafayette av t.i Hanson pi 991, 139.3. 

Stockholm, from Evergreen to Central av.... 
1018, llt-4. 

Central av to termination 933, 1112, 

1160, 1393, 1423, 1656, 1691. 
indeft.... 12:37. 
Stockton, from Nostrand to Marcy av. . . .1159. 

Marcy to Tompkms av 933, 963, 991, 

1043, 1208, 1.591. 
Tompkins to Throop av....lOIS, llfiO, l'\S7. 
Throop to Lewis av . . . , 933, 963, 1018, 1 184. 
Sullivan .... 1043, 1136, 1300, 1363, 1364, 1422, 

1453. 
Summit.... 991, ]j»43, 1067, 1238, 1364, 1393. 
Bumpter, from rulion st to Ralph av....933, 
963, 1237, 1.521. 
Ralph to Howard av....lOI8, 1091, 1.591, 
1023. 

Howard to Hopkinson av 1018, 1393, 

14,53. 

Hopkinson to Rockaway av 1308, 1300, 

1:193. 

Suydam. from Evergreen to Central av 1208, 

1422. 

Central to Hamburg av 1018, 1865, 1556. 

Sycamore .... 1B64. 

Tallman....963, 139.3. 

Taylor, from Washington to Wythe av....l043, 
126i, 1556. 

Wythe to Bedford av. . . . 1531. 

Ten Eyck 1160, 1337. 

Tillary, from Bridge to Gold .... 1018, 1091. 

Gold to Navy 933, 1237, 1364. 

Tremont 1136, 1137, 1363. 

Troutman, from Myrtle to Evergreen av 933, 

1091, 1265, IbOO, 



1184, 
MS7, 

\mef, 

1.991. 



1364,. 
1622. 



Evergreen to Central av 1137, 

1208, 1265. 
Central to Hamburg av....90->, H'lS. 
Hamburg to Knickerbocker %v 

1,521, l'.i32. 
Irvii.gto Wycknrrav....901. 991.- 
WyckoH to St. ni«:liolas av bf^Wj 

1531. 
Truxton....933, 1423. 
Tulip (Klai.busb)....933, S63, 1308. 

Union, from Van Brunt to Ci'lumbin ....063, 

Columbia to Smith 1112, 1.521. 

Smith to Hoyt....ll84, 1337, 15il. 
HovttoBond ...991, 1 184, |:»). 
Nevins st to 3d av. . . .9«. l:i 0, 1639. 

4th to 5th av 96 i. lOJl, 1184, 1265, 

i:«)3, 1653. 
.5th to 6th av....99l, 1113. 1393, U91, 
6th toOib av....99i, 1 IM, 1,5.56. 

Clason to Albany av 9il, 1091. 

Utica av to citv Hue 93i, 991. 

(l'latbU5h)...,109l. 

Van Brunt, frrra Hamilton av to Verona St.... 

933, 130S. 
Verona to William.. . .W(, 1300. 
King to Sullivim ...90i>. 1.^3'. 

Sullivan to Dikenian 93J, 1487. 

Vandyke to termination 033, 1237, 126i, 

13iiO. 
Van Bureii, from Ht. James pi to Tciipkins av 
(see Clifton p i. 
Tompkins to Sumner av . . .933, 126.5. 

Sumner to Lewisav 1208, 1422, 1622. 

Lewis to Stuyvesant av ».4, 963, 1265,. 

1556, 1591, WA 
Stuyvesant to Held av....l364, J?.9'i, 1.531. 

Reid to Patcben av 1330, 1393. M22j 

14.5% 1487, 16i2, 165:3. 

Patchen av to Kniadway 933. 

Broadway to Bushwick av 1160, 1184, 

1237. 126^, 1487. 
Vatderbilt (Fiatbush) , ...1013. 1184, 1237, 126.5, 

Vum, 1361, 14-^3, 15.50, 1623. 
Vanderveer, frcim Broadway to bushwick av.... 
914, 11:37, 1.65, i:364, l:-;93, 14.53, l&ii. 
Bushwick av to Evergreen Cemetery.... 
991, 1112 1591. 
Vandyke, from Dwight to Richards.. ..904, 1422, 
1453, 1521. 
VanBiuut to Conover.... 1130, 1330, 133S. 
Van Sieleu, (Gravesend) .... 1521. 
Van Voorbis, from Broadway to Bushwick av... 
1043 
Bushwick to Evergreen av... 933, 991, 1000„ 
1091, 1137. 

Varet, from Broadway to Ewen st 991. 

Humboldt to Mirrell . . 933, 963, lu43, 1091.. 
Morrell st to Bushwick av. . . 104:3, 1.521. 
Bushwick av to White st....933, 991, 1521. 
White to Bogart . ..904, 991. 
Verona,... 11:36, 1137, 1363. 

Vigelius. from Broadway to Bushwick av...ll60, 
1265, 1.300, 14.S7, l,";5rt. 

Bushwick to Evergreen av 1265, 1330, 

1.5.57. 

Evergreen to Central av 1233. 

Vine ...1113. 

Voorhees 1160. 

Voorhees lane (Gravesend) 1424. 

Wall.... 963, 1304. 

Wallabout, from Kent to Nostrand av....934,- 
1184, 1209. 

Nostrand to Harrison av 991, 1.521, 1623. 

Walton, from Harrison av to Broadway 1181, 

12:37, 1453, 14«7. 

Walworth, from Flushing to Park av 1184, 

1265, 1556. 
Park to Myrtle av. . . .1044, 1184, 12''8, 1330. 
Willoughby to De Kalb av.... 1044, 1137, 
1364. 
Warren, from East River to Hicks st .... 1 184, 1453. 

Henry to Clinton 1:364, 1393, 1556. 

Court to Bond . . . .963, 993. 

Bond to Nevins. ...1137. 1160, 1364, 14,53. 

Nevms st to :3d av 991. 

3dto4thav....lOH7, li:37, 1.591. 

4th to 5th av.... 991, 10 IS, UOS, 1237, 1330, 

1556. 
5th av to termination (see Prospect pi). 
(New Utrecb()....llB4. 

Warwick 1184, 16i3. 

Washington, from East River to Concord St.... 
933, 1137, 1265, l:3t)0, 1,521. 
Concord to Fulton.... 933, 15.56. 

(36th Ward), (also see Warwick st) 963, 

1(167, 1160, 11S4, 1208, 1237, 1556, 1593. 
(New Utrecht) .... 1300. 
Washington Park (also see Cumberland st).... 

Hj«7, 14--3, 14b7, 1591, 16i;2. 
Water.... 9:33, 1364. 

Waterbarj 1:300. 

Watkins 1523. 

WeirCeld, from Broadway to Bushwick av.... 
i:3i;4, 16,53. 

Bushwick to Evergreen av 933, 1632. 

Weldon.... 1:300. 

West (26th Ward)....9:)3, 1237, 136.5. 

Webster (FlntbusL) ....9.3:3. 

Whipple.... I04i. 

Whit«... .136,5. 

William .... 1 136, 1363, 1364. 

(Fiatbush).... 990, 1113. 
Willoughby.... 9fi:3, 1.521. 
Willow.. ..i:3f4, 1422, 15f6. 
Wilson.... 12:37, 1.556.1622. 
Wlnthrop ( Fiatbush).... 1C63, 1113, ISOS, 1265, 

1653. 
Withers, from North 9th to Lorimer . . . . 1 l.<i7. 1208. 
Lorimer to Leonard.. . ,992, 1018, I80O. 
Leonard tit E weu . . . . 1 184. 
Wolcolt, fromDwightto Vau Brunt... P^"^, i1-2, 
1137. 



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INDEX TO THE EECOKD AND GUIDE. 



Vac Brunt to Couover.... 1184, 1308, 1238, 

126fi, 1453. 
Conover to Ferris ...1043. 
Woodbine, from Broadway to Bii^hwiek av 

963, 991, II GS, liof. I;i37, \m5, 1330, 13G4, 

1453, 1.5'M. 

Pushwiok to Hamburg av P0< llf,0 

Wyckoff, from Court to Smith. . . .'.'33, 1160, 1330, 

l.Wl. 
Smith to Hoy t.... 11 CO. 
Hoyt toBoud. ..9j3, IC'Jl, 1113, IICO, II84, 

12(11. 
Bond St to 3d av....l393, 1622. 
3d to nth av (also see St. Marl.s pi) .... 1 184, 

1208. 
Wyona (also see Wyckoff av), (36th Ward) .... 1,300, 

1521, 1.591, 16?:3. 

Yellow Honk (New Utrechi).. ..1208. 
York....ll6J. 

1st, from Hoyt to Bond. ...1521. 

Bondstto6thav....l0 9, 1.521, 1556. 
6thto7lhav....«3, 1265, 1487. 
7th to Sib av....i'Si, 1044, 1330, 1364, 1487, 
1521, 16.53. 
Nor;h 1st. ...933. 1653. 
South 1st, from Kent avto Berry st... .1113, 1393. 

Havemeyer to Hooper 13 JO, 1364, 1393. 

West 1st (Coney Island) .... 863. 

3d, from Smith to Bond. ...1112, 1184. 

4lhto.5th av 1265, 1521. 

5th to 6th av... .933, 1091. 
7th to 8th av.... 904, lOIS, 1364, 1393. 
(Flatbush)....1018. 
East 21 (Flatbush)....963, 1018, 1487, 1.156. 
East 2d (New Uti-echl).. ..1137, 1487, 1653. 
North 2d, from Wythe av to Leonard st. , . .933, 
1184, 1265. 
Ewen st to Graham av. . . .904, 963, 1364. 

South 2d, from East Kiver to Berry st 963, 

1208, 159a. 
Roebling to Hewes . . . . 1309, 1364. 
3d, from Smith to Hoyt. . . . 1044, 1653. 

Hoyt st to 6th av. . . .904, 1393, 1521. 
6th to 9th av. . . . 1266, 1453, 1487. 
East 3d (F]atbu3b)....1018, 162<!. 

(New Utrecht) . . . .1112, 1137, 1487, 1653. 
North 3d.... 904. 

tjouth 3d. from East River to Beiry st 1044, 

1592. 
Berry to Roebling . . . . 1044, 1433, 1556. 
Marcy av to Keap st .... 1 137, 1521. 
Keap to Hewes. . . .1265, 1266, 1330. 
Hewes st to Union av . . . . 1622. 
West 3d (Coney Island) .... 1330, 1556. 
4th, from Smith to Hoyt,... 1018, 1422. 

5th to 6th av. . . .904, 933, 963, 992, 1266. 
East 4th (Flat bush).... 963, 1266. 1393, 1591. 

North 4th, from East River to Kent av 1330. 

Wythe av to Driggs St.... 9)4, 1266, 14 .-2. 

South 4th. from East River to Wythe av 1593, 

1623. 
Driggs to Roebling .... 1393, 1622. 

Roebling st to Union av 992, 1531. 

5th, from 5th to 6th av . . . . 992, 1521. 

6th to 7th a v.... 904, 1018, 16-53. 
East 5th (Flatbusb) ...963, 1137, 1361,1633,1653. 
North 5th, from East River to Wythe av.... 
133). 
Wythe av to Driggs St.... 1068, 1160, 1393. 
West 5th (Coney Island) . . . .933, 1622. 

South 5th, from East River to Wythe av 15.56, 

1593, 1653. 

Berry st to Bedford av 1018, 1.591. 

Driggs to Havemeyer. ..1300, 1393. 

Marcy av to Hewes st 1018, 1422. 

6th, from Smith st to 3d av 1068. 

5th to 6th av.... 1521, 1532,1623. 

6th to 7th av. . . .904, 905, l?3'l, 1393, 1632. 

North 6th, from East River to Roebling st 

963, 116), 1521. 
Roebliug to North 2d. . . . 1208, 1653. 
South 6th.. .90.5. 

7th, from 2d to 3d av. . . .1068, 1112, 1266. 
3d to 4th av....l423. 
4th to 5th av....963, 1018, 1137. 
6th to 7th av.... 1160, 1184, 1366, 1300, 1301, 

1364. 
7th to 8th av.... 934, 1018, 1300, 1393, 1622. 
Bay 7th (New Utrecht) . . . .1393, 1423, 1453. 
East 7th ( Flatbush) .... 934. 963. 
North 7th ... . 1208. 1266, 1531. 
8tb, from 2d to 5th av....lll2, 126'5, 1653. 

5th to 6th av....lU3, 1830, 1458, 1521, 1522, 

1591. 
7th to 8th av.... 931, 993, 1068, 1184,1337, 
1266, 1300, 1335, 1423. 
Bay 8th (New Utrecht).... 1091, 1330, 1393, 1433, 

1556. 
East 8th (Flatbusb) . . . .934. 

North 8th, from East River to Berry st 1044. 

Bedford av to Roebling St.... 1068, 1308, 

1366. 
Roebling st to Union a v .... 934, 1237. 
South 8th.... 1364, 1531. 

9th, from Hamilton av to Smith st 992, 1266. 

Gowanus Canal to 2d av 905, 1521. 

2d to 3d av. . . .1044, 1208, 1393, 1453, 1487. 
3d to 4th av....l160, 14.53, 1.5,56, 1591. 
4th to 5th av....93», llfiO, 1366, 1300. 
5ih to6thav....l018, 1168, 1266, 1331, 1.364, 

1521. 
6th to 7th av. . . .983, 1556, 1591. 
East 9th (Flatbusb) . . . .905, 934, 1652. 
North 9th. from East River to Wythe av — 1018, 
1160. 
Berry to Roebling .... 934, 1330. 
South 9th.... 1330, 1331. 

10th, from Gowanus Cann] to Sd av. . . .934, ICOl, 
1331. 1521, 15.56, 1623. 
3d to 4th av.... 120 s. 
4tbto5thav.,,,9U5,963, lp44, 1301, u:r, 



.1044, U68, 1160, 1266, 1.3 '0. 



5th to 6th av 
1422, 1.5.56. 
6th to 7th av....99?, 1112. 1266, 1.521, 1632. 

7th to 9th av i4'?7. l.'',5G, 1.591. 

North lOth. from Ra^tRiverto Wytl.eav. . . . 1(68. 

Wjtheav to Bfrry st 1520, 1521. 

Berry to Driggs .. 1018, 1 1 1 J, 1 160, 18 8 
Snnth Kllh . . 1(i44. 1453. 
11th, from .3d to 4th av. . . .11.37. 

4tht...'jth ttv....90.'., yH, 9i3, 1160, 120S, 

1.39.3, 1531. 
5thtofithav....ir4l, 1.531, 1.556. 
•lih to7lh av... >.0k 90:i, 1331, 1591. 
7th to 8thav....l(jl7. 

indpft 1144 

North 1 Ith from East River to Berry St.... l.52(>. 

Berry to Driggs ..963, 1112, 13 8, 1331. 
South llth....l.-64, 139.3. 
12lh, from 2d to 4th av . . . . 934, 963. 

4thto5thav 1432, 1.'.21. 

.5th to 6lh a v.... 11191, 1591. 

6th to 7th a v.... 9 5, IJI'S, 1237. 1591. 

7ih to 9th av 1018, 1068, 1'2' 6. 

North 12lh.... 961. 

13lh, from Oowanus Canal to 3d av 1160, 1184, 

1267, 1522. 
3d to 5th av....l018, 145.3. 
5th to 6 hav.... 1044, llG'i, 1.331. 
6th to 7th av.... 1266 1.5i6 
7thtoSthav....934, 935, 13^1, 1591. 
East 13th (Gravesend) .... 104 1, 1.',.56. 
North 13th.... 1653. 

14th, from Hamilton to 3d bv. . . .992, 963, 1^ 44 
3d to 5th av....934, 1364 
5th to 6 hav.... 11611, 1.'66, 1.331, 1.521. 
6th to 71 hav.... 963, H6'i, 1208, 1'237, 1366, 

1300, 1331, 1364. 1433, 14.53, 1487, '.556. 
7th to 8th av. . . .931. 1266, 1393. 
(New Utrecht).... 1.S93 
East 14th (Gravesend) . . . . HS7, 1556. 
15th, from 3d to 6th av. . . .934, 1068, 1265. 
6th to 7th av. . . . 1487, 1.5.56 
7th av to city line. . . . 1266, 1365. 1423. 
16th, from Hamilton to Slav.... 9o3, 10.4, 1112, 
1487. 
3d to 4th av....iniS. 
4th to 51 hav.... 1044, 1068 1633. 
5th to6thav....1c44, lit 6 
6 h to 7th av....9)3, 10(8, 13J4, I5",6, 1f53. 

7th to 8th av V 66 1.3r.4 

9th to llth av.. . 1365. 16i3 
Bay 16th (New Utrecht) ... .9 5, 14.53, 14^8. 

17th, from 4th toSthav 1044. 

5 :hto6thav 93*. 130(1, 1433, 145 5. 

6th to 7th av 1»44, 1112. 

7th toSthav lOtl, V 68, 1091, 1137, 1 •.37. 

8th to 9th av....lI13, 116i, 1266, 1521, 1623. 

9th to 10th av 963, 16=.3. 

Bay 17th (New Utrecht) .... 1488. 
I8th, from Gowanus to 4th av .. 90.5, U31, 1.591. 
4th to 5th av .... 1091, 1366. 

5th to 6th av 903, 1091, 1238, 1366, 1623. 

7th to 8th av....993, 1068. 1091, 1187. 

8th to 9th av ...1487. 1653 

9th to 10th av. ..1113. 1.331, 1622. 

loth av to citv line 1393, 1453, 1487. 

indeft ...1654. 
East 18th (Gravesend).... 14' 3. 

19th, from 3d to 5th av 1300, 1591. 

5th to 7th av 123t, 1 4S7, 1.556 

7th to 10th av 1(.91, VMS, 16 3. 

indeft 1654. 

East 19th (Flatbush).... 1557. 

20th, from Gowanus Bay to 3 1 av 1591. 

31 to 4th av....] ('91, 1238 
4ihto6thav....9'J3, 1266. 

8th to 9th av 1238, 1364. 

Ray 20th (New Utrechi) 1018, 1068, 1160. 

31st, from Gowanus Bay to 3d av 1181,1208, 

133 i 1266, 1556 
3d to 4th av....963, 992, 1393, 1591. 
.5th to 6th av . . . . 1487. 1633. 
East 21st (flatbush)....14')3, 1557. 

C^ravesend) ,...1160, 1266. 
23d.. ..993. 

Bay 22d (New Utrecht) . . . .934, 963 
234, from 3d to 4th av. . . . 106:), 1(91, 1184. 

5th to 6th av . . . . 1453, 163 3. 
Bay S31 (New Utrechi) ...1160. 
24th.... 1331, 1531. 
25th. ..1338. 

West 25th (Gravesend) . . . .1160. 
26th.... 1338. 

Bay 36 h (New Utrechi) ... .90.5. 
East 26th (Gravesend) . . . .9j5, 1184. 
37th.... 1364, 1591. 

East a7lh (Gravesend) . . . .905, 993, 1557. 
38th.... 1364. 1487. 
29th.... 1331. 
.33d.... 993, 1044, 1633. 
East 35th (Flatbusb) .... 1453. 
36th.... 13u0, 1,531. 
37th.... 934. 1266, 1453. 

88th, from Gowanus Bay to 3d av 1591. 

from 3d to 4th av.... 1184, 1208, 1238,1266, 

1364, 1487. 
■4th to 5th av. . . .1184, 1331, 1364, 1393, 1453 
1487, 1531. . . , 

5th to 7th av . . . . 1591, 16.54. 
7th to 8th av . . . . 1044, 1266, 1393, 1591. 

S9th, from Gowanus Bay to 4th av 934,93,5, 

1331. 
from 4th to 9th av.... 1160. 1331, 1.591. 

40th, from 3d to 7th av 11 13, 1208, 1557. 

4l8t (New Utrecht) .... 1238. 
42d....905, 1.331, 1453. 

(New Utrecht).... 1331. 

43d, from 2d tr> 3d av 905, 992, 1044, 1266 

1537, 15.58, 1591. 1653. 
3d to 4th av.... 1137, 1393. 
4th to 6th av.... 90S, 1331. 

illlb, from 31 to 5th av....9.'.4, 1.331, 1591, 1623 
7tb av to city line. ... 13i3. 



4iith, from 2d to 4th av 934, lOfiS, 1137, nf4 

5th to 6th av...,1422, 1453, 1487, IfSI, 1.5i7, 

1.591. 
6th to 7lhav.... 14.53, 1.521, 1.523, 

7th av to city line 145.3, 1487, 1.557, 1.592. 

47th, from 2d to 3d av . . .1091. 1093. 

3d to 4th av....!i9J, 1(91, li38, 1 66,1331, 

1364. 
4'h to.5thav.,,.133l. 1153. 
5lh to 7th av....1453, 15f,7, 1531. 
7th av to city line. . . . 1332. 
48lh, from 2d to 4th av. . . .934, 1137, 126), 1300. 
4t,h to 5th av . .1453 
5ih to (th av. . , .15.57, 1,591, 1623, 
Oih lo 7th av . . , 1.591, 1593 16.53. 
49th, from :d to 4ih av.. ,.96,1 1091, 1261, lS6t, 
1453, 1.5,57. 
4th to 5th av... 9.34. 
5th to 7thav... .1.557, 1591, 1,593, 1623. 

7ih av to citv line ll^S. 

5nth, from 3d to 4ih av....l5S7, 1.558. 

Mb to 6th av 1266. 1S91, 1.592, 162.3. 

6ih to7ihav....l(.44, 1091,1521, 1557,1.591, 
15',i2. 1622 

7th av to <ity line 1185. 

51st, from 2d to 4th av... 9o5, 1.557. 1.5.5S 
4th to .5tb av.. . .14.53, 1.521, 1654. 
5 h av to city line . . . 1044, 1331. 
52d, from 2d to 3d av. . . .934, 1238, 1266, 1364, 1393, 
!4i2. 
3d to 4lh av... 1184, 1208, 1238, 1266, ISOd, 

1364 
4th I.O 5:hav....963 1191,1160,1184,1364. 

1422. 14.54. 1521, 1' 91. 
5th t.iOihuv.... 1.557, 1591, 1.592. 

6tti av to city line 15>7, 1591, 1.593 

.53d, from Oowaum Bay to 3d av 1'208, 130). 

3d to 3d ttv....934, 1044, 1112, 1238, 1'266, 

1364 
3d to 4'h av... .1184. 

41h to 5th av....993, 1137, 13C0, 1592, 1623. 
5th to 6th av . . . . 1557, 1 59 3. 
6th to 7th av.. . .1.521, 1557, 1.593, 1633, 1653 

54tb, frnra Gowanus Bay to 4th av 905, 96 i, 

992, 1044, 1137, 1331, 1557. 

4th to 7th av 1433, 15.57, 1593, 1633. 

55th, frcm Gowanus Bay to 2d av... 1113, 1184 
1300. 
2d to 7th av.... 9(5, 934. 14" 3 
58th, from 3d to 3d av....l06», 1184, 1266. 1J57, 
1592 
5th av to city line... 905, 1018. 
(.Sew Utrechi) ...1(91, 1137, W^S, 1238, 
1331. 1364, 1453, 1593. 
57ih, from 2d to 3d av....ll53, 1454, 1521,1657, 
1593. 
.5th 10 6th av.... 934, 1091, 1593. 
(iath JunctioE)....99', It 91, 1138, 1208, 
12(9, 1236, 1452. 
5Sth, from 2d to i'd av, , , , 1453, 1487, 1557. 

5th av to city line 9ii.5, i:~32, 16.53. 

C^ath JunciioD)..,.9(J3, 965, 1238, 1266, 
1557. 
.59:;h (New Utrecht). .. .963, 1018, 1(6S, 1238. 
6oth (New Utrecht)..,, 963, 99ii, 1(68,1(91, 1113, 
1137, 1160, 1208, 1238, 13,;0, 1364, 1422, 
1453, 1487, 1557, 1653 
61st (New Utrecht).... 963, 1068, 1160, 1184, 12.38, 

1.557, 1592, 1622. 
62d (New Utrechi).... 963, 1208. 
63d (New Utrecht) .. ..1137. 

64th (New Utrecht) 1557,1631. 

65th (New Utrecht) 1557. 

66th (New Utrecht) .. ..963, 1018, 1393, 15.57. 

67th (New Utrecht) .,, ,1364, 13'J3, 1423, 1453. 

70;h (New Utrecht) . . . .991, 993. 

73d (New Utrecht)... 1309. 

73d (New Utrechi )....13i.3, 1394. 

74th (New Utrechi).. . ,1312, 1394, 1612. 

75th (New Utrechi) .... 1184, 1267, 1300, 1332, 1393, 

1394. 
76th (New Utrecht)... .1367, 1.300, 1393. 1394. 
77th (New Utrecht).... 1137, 1267, 1393, 1394,1557, 

1653. 
78th (New Utrecht) . . . .1044, 1045, 1091, 1331, 1S9*, 

1423, 1423 
79th (New Utrecht).... 1044, 1045, 1331. 
80th (New Utrecht),... 1557. 
82d (New Utrecht).... 1523. 
84th (New Utrecht) . . . .1433. 
85th (.New Utrecht) . . . .13'J3, 1433. 1423. 
86th (New Utrecht) . . . .1017, 1393, 1433, 1438, 14S3. 

1454. 
89th (New Utrecht) . . . .1393. 
91st (New Utrecht).... 963, 1161. 
92d (New Utrechi).... 963, 965, 992, 1161, 1209, 

13 4,1433, 
93d (New Utrecht) . . . .9f3 965, 1309, 1364. 
East 93d (Canarsie) .... 1393, 1623. 
94th (New Utrecht). ...963. 
Kast 94th (Canarsie) . . . .963, 1266. 

AVENUES. 

Av A (Flatbusb).... 1184. 
AvB (flatbusb).... 10 18. 
AvC (Flatbusb).... 934. 
AvD (Flatbush) ...934. 
Av I (New Utrecht) .... 1653. 
AvK (Canarsie).... 1.521. 

Av L (Canarsie) 934. 

Av X (Gravesend) 1423. 

Alabama, from Jamaica plank road to Atlantic 
av....9)5. 

Atlantic to Baltic av 1301, 1487, 1557. 

Baltic to Bay av 1137. 

Bay av to New Lots road 993, 1113, 13.38. 

1266. 
Albany. ...993, 1423. 

(Flatbush),,.. 904, 1091, 1U3. 
Atkins.... 1300, 1623. 

Arlington (36th Ward) (■ilso see Division av) 

964, 1209, 12SS, lo^Sl, 1463, 1187, 1531, 1633. 
Atlantic. Irom East River to Hicks bt....9y.S, 
ion, 1881, U57. 



INDEX TO THE RECORD AND GUIDE. 



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Henry to Hoyt. .931, 1160, UOS. 

3d to 4th av.... 1134, 16-.3 

4th to Carlton av. . . . 1018, 1393, 14'0 

Arlelphist toGrand ay....9ii4. 1487, ir,-,?. 

Grand to Clason av....y34, 9IJ4, 1423, 14S7. 

Bedford to Brooklyn av.. ..905, 964. 

Brooklyn to Albany av.... 934, 1018, 1112, 

1181, 1266. 1453, 14S7. 
Troy to Utica av. . . .934, 964, 1018, ;39.3. 
Utica to Rochester av....934, 99i, 1018, 

1209, 1266, 1487. 
Rochester to Buffalo av....993, 1091,1531, 

1653. 
a s, Buffalo to Ralph av. . . .1068, 1093 
n 8, Buffalo av to Kane pi .... 1 137, 1593. 
n s, Kane to Columbus pi.... 992, 1209, 1331, 

14<i3. 
Ralph to Howard av....;044. 1521. 15.57. 

Howard to Rockawayav 9j5, 13J1, 1331, 

1521. 
Rockaway to Stone av.. ..934, 10',8, 1091, 

13C0, 13J1, 1364, 1521. 
Stone to Williams av....ll84, 1531,1557, 

1653. 
Williams to Butler av. . . .905, 1266, 1632. 

Butler av to Monroe st 905,1018, lS6i, 

1423, 1.521, 1853. 

Monroe st to Montauk av 1('91, 1137. 

Cypress av to city line 1521. 

indeft ...905, 1112, 1219. 1453. 1521. 
(NewUtrechi)....9r5, 992,1301, 13J3, 1557. 
Baltic (also see Glenmore av), from Henry to 
Schenckav....961, la 8. 

Jefferson st to city line 1331, 1557, 1632. 

indeft.... 1018 
Bath (New Utrecht) .... 1091, 1184, 1393, 1423, 14S7, 

1488. 
Bay (ilso seo Belmont av), from Rockaway to 
Williams av.... 964, 1181. 
Vermont to Eldert av . . . . 1 2! 9, i ^66, 1 4;o. 
Bay Ridge (Mew Utrecht) . . . .1044. 

Bedford from Lorimer to North 12th 1266, 

1.364. 
North 12th to North 9th. ...1161, 1238, l£6l, 

1557, 1592. 
Grand to Woulh 4th .... 116", 1331, 1557, 

1632. 
Division av to Hewes ^t.. ..lii44, 1.364, 14.53. 

Hewes st to Myrtle av 11S7 1423, 14.53. 

Myrtle to De Kalb av 1014, 1112, 1266, 

163 i. 
DeKalbavto Kosciusko st.. ..934, 1331. 

Clifton pi to Lexington av 1018, 1393, 

1487. 

Gates av to Monroe st 1453. 

Hanccck to Halsey . . . .964, 1(:68, 1( 91, 1301, 

1364. 
Atlantic to St. Marks a v.. ..1041, 1423. 
8t. Marks av to Park pi. ..992, 1191,1338. 
Park pi to Degraw st. . , . 1044, 1137, 1530. 
indeft.... 1453. 
(Flatbush) .... 1521. 
Belmont (i6th Ward) .. ..905, 1113, 11.37, 1160, 
1364, 1393, 1394, 143i, 1487, 1 57. 

Bennett (also fee Berrimanst) 964, 1209, 1301. 

Benson (Mew Utrechi) 1433. 

Blake ...«i'5, 1044, I3ol, 1531. 

Brooklyn, from Bergen to Degraw 1137 

Degraw to President 993, 1239, 1.5'.7. 

President st to city line 1236. 

(Platbush)....9J4, 961, 1113. 

Buffalo, from Herkimer st to Atlantic av 905, 

1331. 
Pacific st to Prospect pi . . . .993, 1361, 1.593. 
Prospect to Park pi.. ..9(5, 1113, 1331 
Park pi to Butler St.... 934, 12/<», 1364, 1521, 

1557. 
Degraw st to city line. . . .1.5.57. 

Bushwick, from Skillmanav to Grand st 111,3, 

12 i8, 1238, 1206. 

Grand st to Montrose av 113T, 12f8. 

Koerum to Troutman 1 266, 133 1 , 16 3. 

Troutman st to De Kalb av....961, 1041, 

1309. 
De Kalb av to Grove st. . . . 14'33, 1453, 1557. 
Woodbine to I vy .... 96 1 , 1393 1557. 

Jacob to Cornelia lo91 , 1 160, 1238. 

Cornelia to Vigelius 1238, 1433. 

ViKeliu8toDuryea....ll37, 1531, 1.5.57. 
Duryeato Halsey .... 1068, 1458, 1531, 1593. 
Eldert to Covert . . . .16.53. 
Covert to 8chaeffer....l063, 1209, 1453, 

1.531. 
Schaeffer st to termination ...964, 1043, 
1301, 1487. 
Butler. ...1184. 

Canarsie (tflatbush) . . . .963, 963. 

(Canarsie) ...1364. 
Carlton, from Flushing to Park av 1309, 1531. 

Park to Myrtle av 1331. 

Mvrtle to Willoughby av 893, 1011, 1181, 

1394. 

De Kalb av to Fulton st....993, 13.38. 

Fulton st to Atlantic av 992, 1338, 1453, 

1622. 

Dean st to St. Marks av 1266. 

indeft.... 905. 
Caton (Flatbush) .... 1266. 
Central, from George to Melro.-e ... 1 1 13 

Melrose to Jefferson .... 1018, 1068, 14''3. 

Troutman st to Myrtle av 1 160, 12J9, 1653. 

Buydamto Uknrcd....934, 1091, 1.5.57. 

Himrod st to Greene av....ll60, 1331. 

Greene av to Ralph st , . . . 1238, 1364. 

Ralph to Grove.... 1044, 1137, 1531, 15.57. 

Grove to Linden UdO. 13 Jl, 1394. 

Linden to Magnolia ...1137. 

Magnolia to Palmetto.... 1331, 1557, U93, 
1622. 

Palmetto to Woodbine.... 964, 1184, 1364. 
1394, 1557. 

Cbestnut (South Greenfield) .... 1533. 



Christopher, from Eest New York av to Eastern 
Parkway.... 1160, 1392. 

Eastern Parkway to city line 1301, 1S93. 

mdeft....ll37. 

riarkson (also see si l (Klatbusb) 1018, 123S. 

Clason, from Kent to Myrtle av 1014, 1137, 

1266, 1487. 

De Kalb to Gates av....l268, 1487, 1622. 

Monroe to Madison 1331, 1423. 

Madison st to St. Marks a v.... 964, 12C9, 

Butler to Union. . . .905, 934, 1653. 
Clermont, from Park to Myrtle av 13C9, 1653. 

Myrtle to Willoughby av 964, 1521. 

De Kalb to Lafayette av 1<34, 1266. 

Fulton st to Atlantic av 964, 1394. 

Clinton.... 934, 1364 

(New Utrecht).... 1018, 1160, 1'309, 1338, 
1301, 1453. 
Coney Llaud (Flatbush) ...905, 934, 1652. 

(Qraveeend)....1423. 

Conklin (Canarsie) 1044, 1091. 

Crook ( Flatbush).... 123''. 

Cropsey (New Utrecht).... 1091, 1113,1160,1433, 

1593, 1653. 
Cypress (36th Ward) . . . .1137, 1160, 12(9, 1557. 

De Kalb, from Fulton st to Washington av 

964, 1018, 1633. 
Washington av to Steuben St.... 934, 1137, 

15.57. 

Steuben st to Clason av 1137, 1653. 

Clason to Franklin av....992, 1366, 1433, 

16:3. 
Skillman st to Kostrand av....lU3, 1266, 

1333; 
Tompkins to Throop av.. ..934, 1(91, 1266. 
Throop to Sumner av....934, 1160, 1238, 

1487, 1.521. 

Pumner to Lewis av 964, 993. 

Lewis to Stuyvesant av....l091, 12(9, 1423, 

1622, 1663. 
Stuyvesant to Reid av....992, 1309,1331, 

ll.'i.S, 1.531. 

Reid to Bushwick av 1(6S, 1160. 

Bushwick to Myrtle av 1266, 1301. 

Myrtle to Central av . . . . 1044, 1137, 1633. 

Central to Hamburg av 934 

Hamburg to Knickerbocker av ll'S, 

1394, 1487. . 

Irving to Wyckoff av....96t, 1266, 1301, 

1557. 
Wyckoff av to city line . . . 1266, 1487. 
Division, from Wythe to Bedfoid av 1393, 

1521. 
Roebling st to Keap av . . . . 993. 1393. 
(36th Ward), (also see Arlington av)... 934. 
Duryea (also see Dumont st), (36th Ward) 934, 

1112, 1209. 

East New York, from Hopkin.son to Liberty av 
....964, 1184, 1265. 

Liberty to Alabama av 1 1.37, 13S7. 

(Flat bush).... 934. 963, 961, II6I1. 1S31, 1423. 
Eldert.... 1044, 1184, 1301, 1393, 1453, 1533. 
Elton av (see Elton st). 
Evergreen, from Cook to Prospect 905, 1018. 

Prospect st to De Kalb av 1364, 136.5. 

Himrod st to Greene ar....934, 1018, 1238. 

Ralph to Palmetto.... 1068, 1266, 1331. 

Cornelia to Eldert.... 133 >, 1487, 1592. 

Eldert to Schaeffer. . . .1266, 1623, 16.53. 

fc'chaeffer to Cooper .... 1091 , 1113, 1184, 
1331, 1433. 

Cooper to Fairfax 1520. 

Flatbush, from Rchermerhorn st to Atlantic av 
....1393, 1.520. 

Dean st to St. Marks av. . . .993, 1394. 

Prospect pi to Sterling pi.... 9. 3, 1238, 
1533. 

(Flatbush).... 964, 1453. 

(Flatl^nd^).... 142.3. 

Flatlands (Canarsie) 1018, 1 133. 

Flushing, from North Oxford to Adelphi 1532 

1.557. 

Washington av to Steuben st 1488, 1623. 

Clason to Bedford av 934, 1184, 1309. 

Tompkins av to Broadway 934, 1209 

1366, 1.557. 

Bushwick to Evergreen av 1433. 

Evergreen to Knickerbocker av 934, 992 

lOlS, 1366, 1300, 1301, 15.57. 
Fort Hamilton (Flatbush) ... .1184. 

(New Utrecht) 1301,143;J. 

Foster (Flatbush).... 905, 934, 1558. 

(New Utrecht).... 14S7. 
Fountain (26th Ward).. ..935, (018, 1019. 

Franklin, from Wallabout st to Flushing av 

1209. ^ 

Flushing to Park av... .1.365, 1453. 1592. 

Myrtle to Willoughby av 1623. 

Willoughby to De "Kalb av 992. 1160. 

165.3. 

De Kalb to Lafayette av 1160, 1301. 

Greene to Gates av 1365, 1.557. 

Putnamav to Fulton st 964, 1209, 1331. 

Atlantic av to Pacific st 1365. 

Carroll st to city line 993, 1 160, 1394 

(Flatbush).... 1018, 1185. 

(New Utrecht).... 934, 1184. 
Fulton, from Smith av to John st 1112. 

John st to Jefferson av 1331, 1.5.55, 1592. 

Jefferson to Eldert av 1044, 1068, 1331. 

1533. 

Eldert to Railroad av 964, 1160, 1433. 

Furman....964, 1068, 1C91, 1184, 1237, 1633. 

Gates, from Grand to Clason av 934, 1331, 

1487. 

Clason to Franklin av 1160. 

Franklin to Bedford av 1091, 1301, 1305, 

14.53, 1487, 1,593, 1623. 
Bedford to Nostrand av 905, 1266, 1331, 

1453, 1592. 
Nostrand to Marcy av. . , . 1266, 1331. 



Marcy to Tompkins av IO44, 1137, 1433. 

Throop to Sumuer av 1266, 1487. 1557. 

1592. 

Sumner to Lewisav 1138, 1266, 1623. 

Lewis to Stuy vf sant av . . . 1044, II61), 1338. 
Stuvvesant to Reid av 1068,1091,1138, 

13(19, 14S7, 1533, 1557, 165.3. 
Reid to Patchen av. . . . 1(68, 1137, 1394, 1532. 

1592. 
Patchen av to Boadway 1365, 1423, 

1487. 
Broadway to termination (also see Magnolia 

st)... 993, 1C68. 
Gelston (New Utrecht).... 1161, 1209, 1301. 
Georgia.... 905, 1238, 1266. 
Glenmore (26th Ward) . . . .993, 1184. 1394, 1523. 

Graham, from Cook to Varet 1091. 

Moore st to Montrose av 993, 1266 1331 

1522, 16.53. 

Grand st to Skillman av 933, 1266. 

Bayard st to Van Cott av 1068, 1394 

Grand, from Flushing to Park av 1(68, 1483 

1.557. 

Park to Myrtle av 11^4. 

MyrUe to Willoughby av...a331, 1365, 

Willoughbv to De Kalb ar 964, 1041 

K'66, 1557. 

De Kalb to Lafavette av 123S, 1.523. 

Lafayette av to Fulton st 931, 16.5S. 

Bergen st to Washington av. . . . 1267 1532 
Grant (36th Ward) .... 1531. 

Gravesend (Uravesend) 1487, 1593. 

(New Utrecht).. .964, 1018, lt.53. 

Greene, from Pulton st to Carlton av 964, IISS 

Grand to Clason av 934, 964, 1532,' l,<;57,' 

1653. 

Clason to Franklin av 1:66. 

Bedford to Nostrand av 1138, 11(0 1,-31 

1453,1532,1.5.57. 

Nostrand to Marcy av 1(68, 1113.1557. 

Tompkins to Sumner av 9^4, 1091, li-ii 

Lewis to Stuyvesant av 964, 1068 1113 

1338, 1331, 1365, 1394, 14.53, 14.54, 1487, 1522* 

1557. ' 

Reid to Patchen av.... 964, 992, U31, 1453, 

Patchen av to Broadway 9.S3, 1532. 

Evergreen to Irving av 1266, 1H01, 13M 

Wyckoff av to city line 1486, 1487, 1488, 

1557. 
Greenpoint, from East River to Manhattan av 

934, 1113. 

Manhattan av to Eckford st 1266, 1394. 

Diamond st to Newtown CJaoal 1393 

1488, 1623. 

Hale.... 1365. 

Hamburg, from Flushing av to Melrose st 

1184, 1423, 1623. 

Melrose to Troutman 992, 1044, 13(9, 1301. 

Troutman to Starr 1394, 1557, 1592 

Starr to Myrtle 1138, 1488. 

Myrtle st to De Kalb av 934. 113s, 13:,9 

1394. ... 

De Kalb av to Grove st 1423, 1557, 1593 

Grove to Cornelia .... 963, 1 1 13, 1208. 
indeft.... 1893. 
Hamilton av, from East River to Rapelve st 
1113, 1238, 1301, 1633. 

Rapelye to Columbia 1018. 

Columbia to Henry 9.34. 1044, 1209, 1533 

Henry to Garnet 1363, 1365, 1453 

Bush st to 3d av....99i, 1044, 1113. 
126ih Ward).... 1593. 
Harrison.... 905, 1209. 1394. 

Hegeman (36th Ward) . . . .934, 963, 990, 1138 1181 
1301. ' • 

Henry (also see Hinsdale st), from Baltic to Blake 
av....l018. 1019, 1301, 1331, 1593. 

Blake av to Fresh Creek 993, 1238. 

Hopkinson, from Chauncey to McDougal 1301 

1331. 

McDougal st to Atlantic av 1113, 12(9, 

1557. ' 

Howard, from Putnamav to Halsey st....lC91. 
1.557. 

Halsey to Surapter 964, 1523. 

Sumpter to Fulton 1019, 1044. 

Herkimer st to St. Marks av 1019, 1309, 

1338. 

Hudson, from East River to Highst 1068, 1091. 

High st to Myrtle av.. . .931, 1454, 1623. 
(Flatbush).... 11 13. 

Irving, from Flushing av to Bleecker st . . . . 1019, 
1653. 

Bleecker to Palmetto .... 1 160, 1184. 

Jamaica 1.331. 1394, 1423, 1454. 

Jefferson, from Franklin to Bedford av 964. 

Bedford to Nostrand av 905,934 1233 

1331, 1365, 1454, 1522, 1.592, 1653. ' 

Nostrand to Marcy av. ... 13 '1. 

Marcy to Tompkins av 1238, 1266, 16;3 

Tompkins to Throop av l(i68, 1091, 1366. 

Throop to Sumner av 1068, 1091,1113 

1138, 1184, 1266, 1394, 1533, 1,558, 1593. 

Sumner to Lewis av 934 

Lewis to Stuyvesant av 1043, 1113, 133S. 

Stuyvesant to Reid av 993, 1113,1209, 

1488. 

Reid to Ralph av.... 1019, 1184. 

Ralph to Howard av 1238, 1 488. 

Howard to Boratoga av 931, 1184, 15.57. 

Johnson, from Broad way to Ewenst 1044, 1331. 

Ewen st to Bushwick av 964. 113-', 1184. 

Bushwick to Flushing av 113S, 1365, 1593. 

(26th Ward) .... 1044, 1301. 

Kent (late 1st, E. D.), from North 6th st to Broad- 
way.... 1330, 1592. 

Broadway to Division av 1.532, U57. 

Clason to Park av 1137, 16.53. 

Park to Myrtle av 934, 1044, 1423. 

Willoughby to Lafayette av . . , .934, 1188. 



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INDEX TO THE HECOUD AND GUIDE. 



Kingsland....l044, 1331, 130i, ir,04, 1023. 

Kingston, from Kulton to Bergen 1091,1113, 

VM9, 1454, 14S8. 

Bergen to Union 1 1 85. 

(P'latlm4))....9ll4, 1113. 

Kniclierbocker, from Jefferson to Grove 1592, 

1(553. 
Palmetto to Vigelius....lOeS, HIS, llfii. 

Lafayette, from Smith O.'sford st to Vanderbilt av 

....l(i6S, loll, 1451. 
Vanrterliilt to Washington av. . . .1591 
Grand to L'lason av.. .. Ul'.H, 1394, 1653. 

Marcy to Tbroop av 1044. ltj.53. ' 

Throop to Sumuer av 934, 1138, 1238, 

ISW, 14)4, 155li. • 

Sumner to Lewis av 1623. 

Lewis to Stuyvesant av....993, 12.38, 12fifi. 

S'uyvesant to Reid av 1 'iS, 13B5, 1394. 

Roid to Pat Chen av . . . . t'G I, 9U4 

Br. ad way to Bushwick av 905, 1423. 

indeft....l801. 
i(New Utrech )....12f'9. 
t,a-wr«aee (Flatbush) . ...UdO, 1209, 159!. 
Lee, from Division av to Taylor st.... 1.522, 1.592. 
Taylor to Hooper. . . . IMH, 1331, 1.S63 
Kiitleilge St to termination . . . .964, 1394. 
Leonard (Gravesend)... .1.531, 1394. 
Lewis, from Myrtle to De lialb av 964, 1044, 

12SS. 
De Kalb av to Van Buren st....9a?., 14.54, 

1623. 
Gates to Putnam av....ll«4, 1209. 1266, 

1633. 
Halsey to Fulton .... 1 123, 1522. 
Lexington, from Grand to Franklin av 1487, 

14^8, 1522, 
Franklin to Bedford av....934. 
Bedford to Nnstrand av... .9ir., 993, 1019, 

1138, 1219, IS 1, 14SS, 1557, lii,53. 
Nostrand to Marcy av. .. .1019, U91, 116?. 

Tompkins to Thro p av 91)4. 

Tbroop to Sumner av ...992, 13 9, 1338. 

Sumner to Reid av 1238, 1.59 i. 

Reid to Pat Chen av....934, 1019, 12i38, 1301, 

1391, 1423. 
IPatchenav to Broadway.. . .905, 1394, 1532. 
uadett....9'4 
(Mew Utrecht).... 1365. 

Lir'ioln ('-''''^ ^'"■''' ...1.521. 

1 iK.. *'V. from Ea-it New York to Suediker av 

^""^' 106H, 14.54, 1.592, 

Snei.'''"''' '" ^*"' J^""*^? ^'^ ^^~^ 

Hew Jt'''**'y '° ^'^"^ Siclea av 904, 1113, 

;rt > ^31. 

.1266, 1423. 



1266, lo^'^i- 



Van s'iolen _''' '» Jefferson st 

Jeff^ton st to e"?', ""?„:/ filfj "35' 1"1^- 

1044, 1068. 1423. "'V-'.l^ 22^5r>7 
iDdeft....I331, 1594, -If-^l, 102.1, 1653. 

Linwood (see Monroe) ...!;■ '0;11'^- J,:, -'007 mno 

Linnington (also see Livonia uYj 'o*. »-'^i i^-'-i 

1238, 12ri6. 

^S^Vw:;^)- ...935.10,8,1019. 1044, 1.23. 
( South Greenfield) 1522. 

Manhattan, from Nassau to Norman av....l209, 
1267. 

Greenpoint av to Huron st. . ..1433, 159). 

Greene av to Dupont .st 9.J.5, 1454. 

MartTO (New Utrf chi)....1621 

Marcy. from North 2.1 to South 4th. .. .1044, 126i. 

gnulh 4th St. to Division av. . . ■ '331, Itii.i ^ 

Middleton to Gwinnett 1238, 1123, 1488, 

1522. 

Flushing av to Hopkins st 1019, 1138. 

Ellery st to Park av 935, 1113, 1160, 

Park av to Floyd St.... 993, 1044, 1267, 

1.522, 1557. 
Floyd to Stockton . . . .96t, 993, lo2.3. 
Myrtle to De Kalb av.... 1301, 14i?. 
Greene to Gates av. . . .935, 1238, liiS, 1523, 
1557. 

Monroe to Madisonav 1454, 1633. 

Jefferson nv to Fulton st 1.J19, 1653. 

Martense (Flathush) 1393. 

Maspetb 1238. 

Meeker.... 1091, IS^H, 1422. 1532. 

Mermaid (Coney Island) 1238. 

Meserole, from Oakland to Diamond 1043, 

131)0. 

Metropolitan 1 1 60. 

Montauk....l267. 1423. 

Montrose, from Lorimer to Leonard 1068, 

1367, 15.57. 

Leonard st to termination 14S8, 1557. 

1592. 
-Morgan.... 993, 1.523. 
Morse.... 1425, 1557. 
jMyrtle, from Fulton to Navy.. ..1044. 1.394, 1623. 

Canton st to Vanderbilt av 12JS, 1365, 

1488. 
Vanderbilt to Grand av....ll00, 1394, 

1423. 
(Grand to Bedford av....lOI9, 1394, 1454. 
iiedford to Nostrand av....9o5, 1209, 1557. 

Jiostrand to Tompkins av 1238, 1267, 

1592. 
Tompkins to Sumner av . . .If 68, 1367. 
iSumner to Lewis av. . . .9t2 1331, lf9J. 

ILewis av to Broadway 1019, 1044. 

Broadway to Evei-greeu av 992, 1184, 

16i3. 

Evergreen to Central av 1633, 1633. 

Central to Hamburg av.. ..933, 1137, 1331. 
Kalph st to Irving av 1113, 113-', 136.5. 

Narrows (New Utrecht; 11S5. 

Nassau, from Rusiell to Sutton 1237. 1331, 

1365. 1557. 

New Jersey 964. 

Hew York. . . .904, 99J, 1301. 



(Flatbusb)... .1.301,1331. 1454. 
New Utrecht (New Utrecht).... 935, 12C8. 1209, 

1522. 
Nichols.... 1309, 1338. 1.523. 
North Portland.... 993. 

Norman, from North 15th to Eckford 1138. 

1267. 
Eckford to Jewell. . . .964, 14.54, 1.557. 

Jewell st to Kingsland av 1238, 1267. 

Nostrand, from Wallabout st to Park av 935, 

964, 1019. 
^ Park to Myrtle av....l043, 1160, 1209, 1238, 
/^ 1267. 1394, 1592, 1653. 

■Willoughby to De Kalb av 1301. 1331. 

Lexington av to Madison st 1160, 1;09, 

159 ' 
Madron st to Putnam av. . . .992, 1019, 1394, 
1454. 

Putnam to Atlantic a V 101 9, 1 1 84. 

Prospect pi to Degraw st 9H4, 1331, 1488. 

(Flatbush) ....9.i5. 9 4, 992. 1019. 1068. 

Ocean (Flatbush).... 1019, 1557. 

(Gravesend) ...1160,118.5. 

(.New Utrecht) .. . 1160, 1454, 1.522. 

(\lso see Osborne st), (!6th Ward) 935, 

964, 1019, 1160, 1331, 1365, 1592. 

Orient 1019, 1365. 

Ovington (New Utrechl).... 1331. 1394.1454, 1532, 

1557, 1623. 

Park, from Hudson av to North Oxford st 

1068, 1138, 1161, 1209. 
North Oxford st to Carlton av 1 267, 1557, 

1593. 

Carlton to Vanderbilt av 1301, 15.57. 

\'anderbilt to Washington av 1238 1593. 

G rand to Clason av 1 1 1 3, 1 185, 1365. 

Ciason to Bedford av . . . . 1019. 

Nostrand to Marcy av....964. 1138. 1338. 

1522. 
Marcy to Tompkins av....l044. 1209,1267. 
Tompkins to Throop av....935. 992. 1019, 

1138. 
Throop to Sumner av....l044, 1138, 1.331, 

15.58, 1592. 
Patchen, from Broadway to Lafayette av 982, 

964, 
. Van Buren st to Greene av. . . .933, 1331. 
Monroe to Madison .. 905, 1138, 1267, 1558. 

Madison st to Putnam av lu68. 

Putnam av to Halsey st 935. 12t9. 1365. 

1558, 16i3 

Halsey to Decatur.... 1309, 1.593. 

Decatur to Chauncey 935, 992. 1019. 

1044, 1209. 
Pennsylvania. . . .1209, 1454, 1.523. 

Prospect, fro-n 4th to 7th av 1138, 1433, 1488. 

7th to 9th av.... 1044, 111.3. 

9'hav to city line 12t9, 1E94. 

(Flatbush).... 1301. 

Putnam, from Grand to Ciason av 1301, 1301. 

Nostrand to Marcy av 1113, 1331. 1365. 

Marcy to Tompkins av.... 1.558. 

Tompkins to Throop av. . . . 1188, 1238. 1301. 

1394. 
Throop to Sumner av 1008, 1091. 1113, 

1160, 12(57, 136.5, 1394, 1488, 1.592, 1633. 
Sumuer to Lewis av....l068. 1138. 1160. 

1238, 1394, 15.58, 1633. 
Stuyvesant to Ralph av....964, 123S, 1558. 
Ralph av to Broadway 1160, 1488. 1522. 

Railroad (26th Ward).... 101 9, 1044, 11.38. 1160. 
1237, 1267, 1331, 1423, 1593. 
(Canarsie)....1091. 

Ralph, from Broadway to Macon et 964. 1044. 

Bainbridge to Sumpter 1394, 1593. 

Bumpter st to Atlantic av 1(J68, 1653. 

Atlantic av to Dean st . . . 1C68, 1238. 
Dean st to city line. . . .935, 993, 1138, 1267, 
1558, 1592. 
Rapelj.? (also see st), (26th Ward) . . . .993, 1338. 

Reid, from De Kalb to Lafayette av 935, 964, 

I06S. 
Lafayette to Gates av. . . .If 68. 1338, 1593. 

Gates to Putnam av 1454, 1488, 1633. 

Jefferson av to Hancock st 1454, 1.533. 

Hancock to Decatur.... 1019, 1138, 1301. 
Ridgewood....l522. 

Kocbeiter, from Herkimer st to Atlantic av 

964, 1044, 1185, 1267. 
Atlanticav to Dean st....ll38, 1309, 

Prospect pi to city line 12u9, 1330, 1394, 

1488. 
(Flatbush).... 1938. 

Rockaway, from Broadway to Hull st 1185. 

1523. 
Hull to Somers....ll38. 1267. 

Herkimer st to Atlantic av 1(91, 1136. 

1301, 16.'3. 

Dean to Bergen 1454, 1532. 

Bergen st to Baltic av 992, lf93, 1160. 

Baltic to Union av....ll60. 1365, 1423,1533. 
1.558, 1593, 1623. 

Union av to city line 1209. 

(Flatlands)....10;9. 1623. 
indeft....992. 1301. 

Rogers, from St. Marks av to ButUr st 905, 

1209. 1238, 1.520. 
(Flatbush).... 9.5, 964. 1068, 1267. 1653. 

Sackman (26tb Ward), (see st) .... 1113. 

Saratoga, from Chauncey to Sumpter 1068, 

1331. 

Atlantic av to termination 1019.1338, 

1394. 
Sehenck, from Jamaica plank road to Fulton av 
....1209, 1301, 1331. 

Fulton to Baltic av 1454. 

Baltic av to Jamaica Bay.. ..964,990, 991. 
1019, 1068, 1(.93, 1113, 1160. 1185, 1209, 
1267, 1331, 1361), 1454, 1488. 
Schenectady, from Fulton st to Atlantic av.... 
1331, 1558, 



Atlantic av to Dean St.... 1044, 1068, 11S5, 
1423. 

Dean st to St. Marks av 1160. 

(Flatbush) ....1160. 
Seigel (26th Ward), from Jamaica plank road to 
Ridgewo.id av....llS5, 1267. 1522. 

Ridgewood to Fulton av 1267, 1365. 

Sheffield (26th Ward) .... 1592. 
Shepherd (2Bth Ward), from Jamaica plank road 
to Atlanticav.... 5 9 3, 12ii7, 1331, 1394. 

Atlantic av to Eastern Parkway 1523. 

inieft ...118.5. 
Sheridan (i6th Ward)... 9(54, 1.521. 

Skillman, from Union av to Leonard st 935, 

1044, 1092, 1138, 1160, 1423, 1454. 

Leonard st to Graham av 1 184. 1267. 

Graham av to termination 1113, 1238. 

Smith (i)so see Hendrix st), (36th Ward), from 
Division to Baltic av . . . . 1068, 1 160. 

Baltic av to Jamaica Bay 964, 992, 10;9. 

1'85, 1238, 1301, 1433, 1488, 1558. 
Snediker, from Eastern Parkway to Blake av. . . . 
905, 964, 1019, 1138, 1209. 1238. 1331. 1522. 
Snuth Portland.... II 8.5. 
Stewart (New Utrecht).... 905. 992, 1209, 1238, 

1631. 
St. Marks, from 5th to 6th av....ll38, 1"93. 

Flatbush to Vanderbilt av I16O, 1301, 

1394. 
Vanderbilt to Wa.shingtou av. . . . 1068, 1113, 

1488, 1555, 1.5.58. 
Grand to Clasin av....l207, 1301, 1S31. 

Ciason to Franklin av 1365, 15i3 

Franklin to Bedford av.... 964, 993, 1068, 

1209, 1238. 1623. 
Bedford to Nostrand av. . . .1238, 1423, 1522. 

Brooklyn to Kingston av 1160, 1185. 

Kingston to Albany av. .. .993, 11.38, 1267. 

Utica to Rochester av 1044, 1309, 1433. 

St. Nicholas, from De Kalb av to Bleecker st 

1483, 15.58, 1593, 1653. 
8toothoff....l394. 
Stone, from McDougal to Hull ...1043, 14:3. 

Fulton st to Atlantic av .... 10^4 14.54, 16.53. 

Atlantic av to Eist Now York av '493, 

1185, 1209. 
Bay av to city line. ...1068, 1331. 
Stuyvesant.from De Kalb to Lafayetteav....l623. 

Lafayette to Greene av 935, 1338, 1267. 

Greene av to Quincy st 905, 964, 1 1 6J. 

Quincy to Monroe.... 11 13, l.JOl, 1523. 

Monroe to Madison 1394. 

Madison st to Jefferson av 935, 1209, 

1238, 1433. 
Hancock to Fulton... 9:)2, 1558. 
Sumner, from Hopkins st to Myrtle av ...964, 
1019, 159i. 
Willoughby av to Hart st .. 964, 136.5. 

De Kalb to Greene av 964, 1331, 1423. 

Greene av to Madison st 9 (5, 1394. 155S. 

Sunnyside (36th Ward) .... 964, 14t.-3. 
Surf (Coney Island) ... .1238, 1301. 1558. 
Sutter (26th Ward).... 1301, 1531. 

Thatford (36th Ward) ....964. 993. 1019, lo62, 
1113, 13C9, 1301, 1593. 

Throop, from Broadway to Flushing av 935, 

1043, 1532. 
Park av to Kosciusko st. . . .1454, 1593. 

Putnam av to Fulton st 1558, 1653. 

Tompkins, frtm Flushing to Park av 992, 

13"9, 1488, 1593. 
Park to Myrtleav....ll61, 1367, 1.593. 

Willoughby to Lafayette av 964, 14.54. 

Gates to Putnam av.... 1019. 1044, 1238. 

Jefferson av to 1< niton st 993, 1453. 

Troy. ...1138, 13i)l, 1331. 

(Flatbush).... 904, 1044. 

Underbill ...1.593. 

Union, from Scboles to Ten Eyck 993. 

Withers to Frost. .. .1.532, 1.558. 

Frost to North 1 1 th . . . . 964, 1 1 13, 1209. 

North 11th to Bayard. ... UOr. 

(iOth Ward),... 11 13, 1365, 1454, 1623. 

United States (Fort Hamilton) 992. 143;i. 

Utica.... 1019, 1138, 1693. 

Van Brunt (?6th Ward) . . . .1331. 

Van Cott, from Leonard to Humboldt 1019, 

1209, 1454, 1488. 
Humboldt to North Henry.... 1331, 1864, 
136.5. 

Vanderbilt, from Flushing to Park av 1523, 

1653. 

Park to Willoughby av 964, 1592. 

Willoughby to Greene av....l(l68, 1331. 

Greene to Gates av 1423. 1454. 

Atlantic to St. Marks av 992, 1394, 1592. 

St. Marks av to Park pl....9(i5, 1068. luyjJ. 

Vanderveer (26th Ward) 992, 1238. 

Van Siclen (,6[h Ward), from Jamaica plank 
road to Atlantic av ...935, 1267, 1394. 

Atlanticav to Jamaica Bay 1138,1454. 

1593. 
Varick....90.5. 
Vermont (36th Ward).... 964, 1044, 1267, 1423, 
1558. 

Vernon, from Marcy to Tompkins av 1233, 

1653. 
Tompkins to Throop av....964, 1019, 126T, 

1331, 1394, 1454, 1523. 
Lewis to Stuyvesant av....965, 1044. 
(Flatbush).... 965, 1185, 1267, 1331. 
Voorhls (Qrave6end)....905, 965,992,1138,1367, 
1653. 

Washington, from Kent to De Kalb av....l267, 
1301, 1488. 
De Kalb to Greene av....9n5, 1044, 13l5. 

Greene av to Dean st 1365, 15:;3. 

Dean to Union 1019, 1068, 1593. 

(see st) , (26th Ward) .... 1267. 
(Flatbush).... 934, 964, 1161, 



INDEX TO THE BECOED AND GUIDE. 



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Waverly, from Park to Myrtle av 9dl, 1C6S, 

Ili«3, I2fi7, 155S. 

Willougbby to De Kalb av 12C7. 

(Flathusb) ...1193. 
Webster (Flatbush) ... 1 185. 

William (asth Ward), from East New York to 
Baltic av.... 1019, 1301. 
Union to Rapelje av. . . .992, 12.SS. 
Kapelj3 av to Fresh Creek . . 9,<a, 1238. 

Williamson, from Union av to city line 1301, 

1523, 1623. 
Willougbby, from Cumberland st to Vanderbilt 
av....l55S. 
Vanderbilt to Grand av. . . .1044, 1209, 1.592. 
Grand av to Scbenck at.... 1331, 1391, 1454. 

Bchenck st to Clason av 12'j9, 1365, 1394, 

1454. 
Nostrand to Marey a v .... 1 1 38. 
Marcy to Tompkins av. . . .935, 1267, 1533. 

Throop to Sumner av 1267, 1.593. 

Rumner to Lewis av 993, 1633. 

Lewis to Stuyvesant av 935, 1S94. 

Btuyvesant av to Broadway M35, 965, 

1454. 

Wyckoff , from Troutman st to De Kalb av 

935, 14.54, 1.53-!. 
De Kalb av to Himrod St.. ..1019, 1185, 
1331. 

Himrod st to Greene av 935, 12R7. 

Greene av to Grove st . .. U?5, l:d67, 1423. 
(36tb Ward).... 1454. 
Wyona (i6th Ward) .... USi 

Wythe, from Grand to Broadway 1019, 1423. 

Broadway to Clymer st....l068, 1203, 1423. 

1st (Xew Utrecht).... 1364, 1592. 

2d, froniGowanus Canal to 37th st l'^44 

45th to 55th.... 9J5, 1367, 1433, 14S8, 1558, 

1623. 
55th st to city line.... 1454. 1.522, 1593. 
(New Utrecht).... 965, 1044. 104 i, 13i4, 1454. 

3d, from Atlantic av to Bergen st 935, 1309. 

Warren to Douglass 1488, 1.593. 

Douglass to Sackett 992, 16i3. 

President to Carroll 1331,1454. 

3d to 7th.... 99.', 1068, 1394, 

7th to 13th .... 1019, 1209, 1454. 

13th to 14th.... 13ri7, 1.523. 

14th to aoih.... 9.1.5, li61, 1433. 

23d to 2.3d.... 14 i3. 1488, 1558. 

27th to 30th.... 1113, 1138. 

3Uth to 37th.... 1267, 15.58, 1653, 

87th to 39th.... 9J5, 1267, 1331, 1454, 1593. 

39th to 4 id.... 1045, 136). 

43d to 46th.... 93.5, 1558. 

46th to 4Sth.... 1.593, 1633. 

48th to 50th. . . .965, 1309, 14.54. 

60th to 52d. . . . 1394, 1488, 1.558. 

531 to 54th.... 1045, ISl, 1558. 

54th to56ih... 905, 935. 

56th st t) city line.... 965, 1068, 1453, 1454, 

14-<8. 1558. 
(New Utrecht).... 9<?5, 1019, U61, 1209, 1331, 

1364, 136.5, 1394, 14.^3, 1031. 

4th, from Flatbush av to Pacific st 1393, 1558. 

Bergen to Warren 93i, 1338. 1533, 

Warren to Degraw 1454, 1.593, 1633. 

Degraw to Sacliett 113;j, 1185, 1365, 1394, 

1423, 1593, 1623. 
President st to Garfield pi .... 1113, 1301, 
6th to 10th.... 1423. 
14th to 16th . . . .905, 96.5, 1488. 
16th to 2,5th. ...1161, 1394, 1488. 
2.5th to 37th.... 1365, 15,58. 
37th to 40th.... 965, 1193, 1138, 1238, 1301, 

1488, 1558. 
.44th to 46th .... 1045, 1 654. 

46ih to 48th 1019, 136.5. 

.50th to .52d....ll61, 14 >4, 1533. 1558, 1593. 

53d to 54th.... 136.5. 

(New Utrecht) .... 1092, 1209, 1394, 1522, 16:3, 

1654. 
5th, from 8t. Marks av to Prospect pi 1533, 

1623. 
Prospect pi to Douglass st or St. Johns pi 

....905, 1394, 14.53, 1488. 
Douglass st or St. Johns pi to Degraw st or 

Lincoln pi . . . 1454, 1654. 
Degraw st or Lincoln pi to Rackett st or 

Berkeley pi 935, 1093, 155S. 

Union to President. . .963. 

President to Carroll 965, 1045, 1267. 

Carroll st to Garfield pi 1054. 

Garfield pi to 2d st 935, 1019, 1185. 

2dto8th....9ii5, 1267, 1454. 

8th to 10th.... 935, 1522, 1.5.58, 1593, 1633 

loth to 13th.... 1301, 1454, 1488. 

16th st to Prospect av 1333, 1365. 

18th to 25th .... 1267, 1301, 1558. 

87th to 46th .... 1454, 1654. 

46th to 48th.... 965, 1093, 1453, 1454, 1523. 

15.58. 
48th to .50th.... 1,59 3, 1623 

5iithto.53il 1454, 1,593, 1654. 

.53d to 54th.... 1288. 15i8. 

(New Utrecht).... 905, 1161, 1185, 1209, 1267, 

1394, 1454. 

6th, from Flatbush av to Park pi 1,301, 1654. 

Rt. Johns to Berkeley pi 1 1 85, 1556. 

Union to Carroll 1019, 1 1 1.3. 

Oarfi Id pi to 4tb st . . . . 1018, 1019, 1433, 1488. 

6th to 1.3th.. ..1161, 1394, 1532. 

14th to 16th.... 1138, 1367, 1301, 1333, 1305, 
1394. 

KJth st to Prospect av....96.5, 1301, 1633. 

Prospect av to 18th 8t....935, 1068, 1367. 

ISth to 30th 1433. 

20th to 33d .. . .91)5. 1,592, 1654. 

85th to 40th.... 1.591. 

45th to .50th.... 1454, 1488, 15.58. 1.591, 1593. 

50th to .5,5th. . . .1068, 15.58, 1.592, lOiS. 

55th st to city line 90.5, 1454. 

7th, from Sterling to Lincoln pi 1454, 1.593. 

President st to Garfield pi.. ..1394, 1433. 



6th tollth....l.SOi. 1,558. 

]3i,h to 14th..., 935, 965, 1209, 14-)4, 1488 
1.523. 

14th to 1.5th. ...965, 1113, 1423. 

:6th st to Prospect av 9u5, 93.5, 1209. 

Prospect av to 20th St. ...16 3. 

3'th to 40th... .1361. 1454, 1591. 

40th to 45th.... 1333. 

45th st to termination.... 1044 1332, 1454, 
1488, 1531, 1523, 1.55s, 1.5y3, 1633, 1054. 
8th, from Flatbush av to Lincoln pi 1161. 

Lincoln pi to Berkeley pi 965, 1045, 1C6S. 

Berkelev pi to Union st....l454, 1654. 

Union st to Garfield pi. ..1019, 1454. 

12th to 13th.... 104.5, 1488, 1558. 

1.5ih to 18th.... 1366, 1.5.58. 

31th to 40lh... .1185, 1454, 1593. 

4 tth st to city line 9o5, 1185, 1319, 1333, 

1454. 1533. 

(New Utrecht).... 1209. 
9th, from Union st lo Garfield pi ISIS, 1623. 

8th st to Prospect av 993, 1 558, 

Prospect av to city line. . . . 1333. 
10th.... 1' 93, 1,523, 1.558. 
nth. ...1315. 1394, 14,54, 1.593. 

(New Utrecht) .... 1533, 1.557. 
12th (New Utrecht).... 96.5, 1238, 1301. 1.333, 14>.3. 
13th (New Utrecht).... 905, 965, 993, 1113, 1138, 

13(1, 1488, 1558. 
14th (New ltrecht)....1S0I, 1423, 1.523. 
15th (New Utrech') ...993, lu9l, 1113, 1209, li94, 

14 ?3, 1454, 1488. 
17th (New Utrechi)....905, 106S. 1093, 1453, 1488. 
ISth (New Utrecht).... 1333, 1623, 1668. 

19 ;h (New Utrecht) l:-33. 

30th (^ew Utrecht)... .133 3, 143S. 
31st (New Utrecht).... 96,5. 
23d (.'^ew Utrecht) ...1045. 

PLACES. 

Arlington.... 933, 963, 1363. 
Ashford (see Ashford st) . . . .933. 

Bergen (New Utrecht) . . . .1364, 1453. 
Berkeley, from 4th to 6th av 1042. 1207. 

6th to 7th av....903, 9J4, 962, 99J, 11.59, 
1264, 1520. 

7th to 8th av....l236, 1,530, 1590, 1621. 

8th av to Prospect Park 1339. 

Brevoort....1364, 1520. 
Brighton (Coney Island) ...904, 962, 1264. 
Brooklyn (New Utrecht) .. ..1208. 
Brown (New Utrecht).... 1453. 

Cambridge.... 1431, 1631. 

Centre (Gravesend) 1.5.55, 1.556. 

Central.... 93 3, 1090, 1135, 1159, 1207, 1336, 1339. 

Cheever 1421. 

Clifford.... 990. 

Clitton, from St. James pi to Grand av 1136. 

Grand to Clason av 1331, 1431, 14.53, 

1530. 

Franklin to Bedford av 1042. 

Bedford to Nostrand av 933, 963, 1236, 

1421, 155.5. 

Nostrand to Marcy. . . . 1043, 1307, 145 3, 1486, 
1555, 1631. 

Columbus 1336. 

Cooper.... 1431, 1653. 

Delmonico... 932,1208. 
Denton.... 1299. 

Elm.... 904. 

Evergreen.... 932, 11.36, 1329. 

Fellows.... 1091. 

Fi.ke....1019, 1454. 

Fleet.... 104,3. 

Folsom....l423, 1452. 

Fo.-t Greene .... 1067, 1520, 1555, 1652. 

Franklin (Flatbush) .... 14S6 

Fulton (:6th Ward) . . . .9( 3, 904, 1043, 1264. 

Garden....l264, 1486. 1.555. 

Garfield, from 4th to 5th av 1290, 1591. 

5th to 6th av llf6, 16-'0. 

6th to 7th av.... 1017, 11.59. 1393, 15;0. 

7th to 8lh av 1136, 13c»3, 1453. 

Grififen....li'43. 

Guuther....ll36. 

Hanover.... 109,1, 1.522. 

Hanson.... 1.520, 1631. 

Herkimer .... 1655. 

Irving.... 963, 1308. 

Jackson.... 1265, 1363, 1.392, 1433, 1487, 15,56, 1691. 

Johnson ( Klatbush) 1 184. 

Ko.ssuth....lll2. 
Lafayette.... 1487. 

Latting (New Utrecht) 1.364. 

Lefii'erts, from Grand to Clason av 904, 963. 

Clason to Franklin av 1091, 1300 

Lincoln, from 5th to 6th av. . . .1208, 13o7, 1330. 

6th to 7th.... 963, 991, 1043. 

7th to 8th av. . . .9J4, 1043, 15.56. 
Louis.... 1043. 
Mackay (New Utrecht) ... .991, 993. 

Manhasset 9(J4, 1184. 

Monroe.... 963, 1487. 

New York (New Utrecht).... 1208. 

North Elliott.... 1043. 

Ocean.... 11 36, 1209. 

Olive.... 1067. 

Ormond.... 139.3. 

Park, from .5th to 7th av. . . 1265. 1633, 1653. 

Carlton to Franklin av....933, 1632, 16.53. 

Franklin to Bedford av....1l37, 1184, 1357. 

Bedford to Bro()klynav....ll37, 1520. 

Brooklyn to Albany av... 904, 1237, 1.330. 

Rochester av to city line 904,991, 1433. 

Pellinetou....9:H, 1.556. 
Pleasant... 933,96.3. 

Prospect, from 6th to Flatbush av....903, 130C, 
ieo3. 



Flatbush to Vanderbilt av 1265, 1300, 

1556. 
Vanderbilt to Washington av....963, 1337, 

1365. 
Clason toRoerersav....933, 991. 
Rogers to Nostrand av....9JI, 1043, 1C91, 

li37, 1556. 
Nostrand to Kingston av....9J4, 1160, 

118.5, 12S7. 

Kitigjtonto Albany av "01, 933. 

Troy to Rochester av 1043, 1309, 1653, 

Hopkinson av to termination 933,1184, 

1265. 

Repose 14.53. 

Russell.... 933, 1137, 1521. 

Sedgwick (New Utrecht).... 1364, 1453, 1556. 
Sidney ...904, 1018, 1137, 1623. 
South Elliott, from De Kalb av to Fulton st . . . 
1018, 1184, 1330. 

Fulton st to Atlantic av 991. 

St. James, from Da Kalb to Greene av 13'8 

1.557. 

Greene to Gates av 933, 1265. 

( Flatlmsli) , . . 1043. 

St. Johns, from 5th to 6th av 991, 1('43 1184 

126), 14.53, 1488. 1.591, 1653. 

6th to7lh av... Iu67, 1S64. 
Sterling, from .5th to 6th av. . . 130O, 1423. 

Olh to 7th av .... 1 365, 1330, 1631. 

7th to 8th a V 963. 

St. Marks, from Sd to 4;h av (also see Wyckoff 
st)....I337. 

4th to 5th av 904, 1531. 

Strong 914. 

Suydam ...1^37. 

Terrace ( Flatbusb) 933. 

TifEdny 1067, 1653 

Tompkins 1113, 126.5. 

Union 1160. 

Verandah 935. 

Wakeman (New Utrecht) 1.304. 

Waverly (New Utrecht) ...9:33, 120S. 

Wbitwell 1291). 

Willow. ...1091, 1112. 

1st, from Henry to Court !393. 1487, 1.59T. 

Court to Smith ... 1068, 1137, 1 160, 14 ;2. 
2d, from Henry to Clinton 10 1 8, 1463, 1653' 

Clinton to Court loHl, 14-17. 

Court to Smith U12, 1364, 1422. 

3d, from Henry to Clinton 1044, 109L H13 

1160, 1330, 1?61. ' 

Clinton to Smith 1018, IC91, 1137 

4th ...9j4. 

TOWNS. 

Barren Island.... 1238. 

Bay Ridge.... 1365, 1454, 1558, 1593. 

Belleplaiue 1093. 

Bath Beach. ...905, 965, 1045, 1113, 1138, 1267. 

1394, 1=93. 
Bushwick....l(i68, 1267. 
Canarsie....l019, 1138, 12;j7,; 1.301, 1333, 1365, 

1523, 1593, 1654 
Coney Island.... 966, 136,5, 1424, 1593, 1654. 
East New York.... U'07, 1301, 1558. 
Flatbush.... 90,5, 935, 966, 993, 1019, If 45 lOn' 

1113, 1138, 1185, 1219, lie?, l4o*,' 153S. 

1533, 1558, 1593. 
FIatland3....1239, 1,523. 
Fort Hamilton.... 936, 1019. 

Gravesend.... 965, 1138, 1239. 14;4, 1532 1558 
16.54. 

New Utrecht.... 993, 1019, 1045, 1394,1423 1454 

1488, 1523, 1568. 
Sheepshead Bay .... 1093, 1423. 
ROADS. 

Bay Ridge and Fort Hamilton to Brooklyn road 

....1367. 
Brooklyn and Jamaica plank or pike 905 993 

1043, 1145, Ulo, 1138, 1161, 1301, 14x7. 

Brooklyn and Flatbush pike (Platbii-b) 96.5. 

Brooklyn and Rockaway Beach (Cauarsie) 

1231 

Canarsie (Flatland-) ...1042, 1161, 1231. 

Coney Island plank (Gravesend) 1019. 

Flatland" to Varken Hook (Canarsie) .... 155ti 

to Flatbush.... 90 >. 

to Brooklyn.... 1433. 

Gravesend Beach to village (Gravesend) 90.5. 

Main (Canarsie) . . . . 162S. 

Mill (New Utrecht) .... 1454, 1488. 

Neck (Gravesend) 1654. 

Newtown turnpike.. ..HsS. 

New Lots....9i»5, 1045, 1160, 1161, 1366, K67. 1301 

1423, 1593. 
Old Mill.... 1338, 1.394. 

Plank (New Utrecht).... 9.35. 

Prospect Park & Coney Island R. R....130(' 

1301. 

River or Shore 139,5. 

Shell (New Utrecht) .. ..1487. 
Sheepshead Bay . . . . 1424, 1455, 1523, 1556. 

Spring (Canarsie) liU?. 

Bushwiok Creek. . . .93.5. 

Cornelius Creek 96.5. 

Gowaniis Canal 90.5. 1.521. 

Gravesend Bay 1333, I4j4. 

Jamaica Bay 1654. 

Main Creek.. . .965. 

Mill Creek 965. 

Newtown Creek 1.555. 

Nassau Canal . . . . 1488. 

Acre property.... 93.5, 1019, 1093, 1289, 1332, 1365 

l454, 1533, 1558. ' 

Interior lota ..905,964,965.1019,1015,1068 1092 

1113, 1138, 1185, 1309, 1238, 1301, im. 



16 



INDEX TO THE RECOKD AND GUIDE. 



1433, 1454, 1488, 1533, 1558, 1513, 1623, 
1654. 
Water lots.... 1363. 

Hoe Point (Qravesend) 96">. 

Miscellaneous.... 905, W35, 9.5,5, 993, 104 'i, 1<"68, 
l(,9i, lUB, 1138, 1101, 1 8% 120!», 1210, 
la.S9, 1-.?6T, 1301, 133J, 1365, 1S94, 1433, 
1454, 1455, 1488, 1523, 1558, 1693, 1623, 1654. 



PROJECTED BUILDINGS. 

NEW YOKK. 

SIBEETS. 

Allen.... 1190. 

Bank.... 913. 

Baxter.... 1533, 1601, 1661. 

Birmingham .... 9 1 3. 

Bolton road . . . 1464. 

Boulevard.... 1097, 1349, 1403, 1431, 1567, 1633. 

Bleecker....l026. 

Broad.... 9 13. 

Broadway, south of Houston st 1309. 

Broome, east of Clinton 1166. 

Canal, east of Broadway ICOO. 

Cherry.... 913, 1C97, 1316. 
Circle.... 11 19. 

Chrystie 1074, 1601. 

Columbia.... 974, 1144. 

Dilancey, west of Clinton 1166. 

east of Clinton . . . 1053, 1567. 

East Broadway 913. 

Eastern Boulevard (see Av A). 
Edgecombe road (see Edgecombe av). 
Eldridge.... 119(1. 
Elizabeth.... 1000, 1373, 1402, 1464. 

P.... 1036. 

Forsyth.... 1000, 1118. 
Franklin.... 13U9. 

Goerck....]431. 

Grand Boulevard (see Boulevard). 

Circle (see Circle). 
Grand, east of Bowery .... 1097, 1340. 

Henry.... 1000, 1601. 

Houston, east of Bowery.... 9 13, 974,1053, 1' 97, 
1632. 

west of Broadway 1431. 

Hudson 1567. 

Inwood....l026. 

James.... 1000. 
Jane. ...1053. 

Leonard.... 13f 9. 
Lispenard .... 1074 . 

Madison.... 914, 1053, 1118, 1496. 

Marion 974. 

Manhattan 1373. 

Mott....l000, 1191, 1496. 

Mulberry, from Canal to Grand 1191. 

New Chambers 119'. 

Oliver.... 944. 

Pearl.... 1402, 1464. 
Pell.... 153 i. 
Perry.... 1632, 1661. 
Pike....l4(!3. 
Pitt. ...1533. 

Ridge.... 1496. 
Rivington.... 1309, 1464. 

South ...1144. 

Spring.... 944, 1144, 1191. 

Stanton, east of Clinton. ...913, 1316, 1373. 

Suffolk.... 1464, 16)1. 

Varick....l3(i9, 1533. 

Washington , north of 10th 1464. 

Wat«r....l0'36. 

West, south of Canal .... 1074, 1097. 

Willett....l245, 1375. 

I3t....l533. 

3d, east of Av A.... 1431. 

4th. ...1191. 

10th, east of 5th av. . . .913, 1276, 1373. 

west of 5th.... 1144, 1464. 
lUh....l275, 13u9. 

13th, east of 5th av 1402. 

13th, east of 5th av 1402. 

west of 5th.... 974, 1074. 

17th, west of 5th av 1567. 

19th, east of 5th av 1053. 

20th, east of 5th av lUS. 

34th, east of 5th av. . . . 1074, 1166, 1373. 

west of 5th.... 1309. 
25th. ...913, 1191,1661. 
S6th, west of 5th av . . . .1153. 
2Sth, west of 5th av . , . . 1309. 

3l9t, west of .5th av 1144. 

«d, west of 5th av . . . . 1345. 

334. west of 5th av 1000. 

3 Jth, west of 10th av . . . .944, 1000, 1053, 1097, 1245, 

14 2. 1464. 
35th, from 5th to 8th av 1118. 

westof 8th....913, 974. 
Soth, east of 5th av . . . . 1097, 1 144, 1316. 

westof Sth....:036, 1191. 
37th, from 5th to Sih av 1.533. 

westof 8lh.... 913, 1373. 
88th, east of 8th av. . . . 1373, 1533. 
39th, from 5th to 8th av....l2',6, 1309, 1403. 

westof 8th 1097. 

40th, west of 8th av .... 1 1 66, 1245. 

4l8t, west of 8th av 1 464. 

42d, west of 8thav... .1036, 1052, 1074. 
43d, east of 5th av. . . .944, 1601. 



westof 8th.... 1074, 1496. 
44th, east of 5th av.... 1245. 
46th, east of 5th av.. . .1000, 1166. 

47th, east of 5th av 1118. 

westof 8th.... 1097, 1216. 

48th 1216, 1464, 1567. 

49th, west of 8th av 1245. 

50th, east of 5th av . . . . 1U97. 
51st.... 1000, 1403. 

52d, cast of 5th av 1038. 

westof 8th.... 1000, 1373. 
53d, west of 8th av....913, 1026, 1119. 
54th, west of Sth av. . . .913, 974, 1026, 1216. 
5?th....913, 1074, 1216. 
56th, east of Sth av. . . .974, lOOO, 1567. 

westof 8th.... 1661. 
57th, from Sth to 8th av . . . .913, 1611. 
.59th.... 11 19, 1309, 1567. 
62d, east of 3d av. . . .913, 140S, 1567. 

west of 8th.... 1191, 1496, 1633. 
64th, east of 3d av....ll91. 
65ih, west of 8th av.... 1052, 134^ 

b7th, east of 3d av 1144. 

681 h, west of 8lh av . . . . 1533. 

69th.... 1026, 1464. 

72d, from 3d to Sth av. . . .1533. 

west of Sth. . . .913, 914, 10.52. 
73d, west of 8th av .... 13' 9. 1431. 
74oh, east of 3d av.... 1345. 

•west of 8th.. .1074. 
75th, east of Sth av. . . .944, 1191 

west of Sth ... . 1000, 1074, 1567. 
76th, east of 3d av . . . . 974. 

west of Sth ... . lOOO, 1036, 1309. 
7Tth....]026, 1431. 
78th.... 913, 1026. 

79th, west of Sth av. . . . 1052, 1345, ICOl. 
80th.... 974, 1661. 
81st, westof Sth av.... 1431, 1602. 

82d, east of 3d av 1036. 

83d, east of 3d av . . . . 1026, 1119,1373, 1661. 

west of 8th.... 1633. 
81th, east of 3d av. . . .944, 10C6. 

from3dto5th....l6S3. 
86th, east of Sth av. . . . 1309, 1340. 

westof 8 h. ...1119, 1309. 
87th, east of Sth av.... 1052, 1216. 
westof 8th. ...1144, 1316. 

88th, west of Sth av 1403. 

S9tb, west of Sth av . . . . 1097, 13^3. 

91st, east of 3d av 1345. 

from 3d to Sth. . . . 1373, 1533. 
westof 8th.... 1.^33. 
93d, east of 3d av . . . . lOOO. 

from 3d to 4th.... 91.3, 1316, 1376. 
4th to Sth ...913, 1403. 
westof 8th.... 1144. 
93d.. ..1119, 1464. 
97th, westof Sth av.... 91 3. 
98th, west of Sth av. . . .974, 1567. 
99th.. .1144, 1373. 
100th, east of 3d av. . . .1166, 1276. 
from 3d to Sth ... . 1052, 14( 3. 
Sth to 10th. ...1119, 1340. 
west of 10th .... 1345, 1496. 
101st, east of Sth av....n91, 1340, 1464. 

westof 8th.... 1496. 
102d, east of 3d av.. ..944, 1245, 1276. 
from 3d to 5th.... 1191. 
westof 8th.... 1216. 
103d, east of 3d av. . . .974. 

west of Sth ... . 1075, 1316, 1245. 

104th, east of .3d av 1026. 

insth, west of Sth av. ..913, 944, 1119. 

106th, westof Sth av 913. 

107th, east of 3d av 974. 

108th, east of Sth av 1000, 1340. 

1 10th, from 3d to Sth av . . . . 1276. 

111th, east of .3d av 1309. 

112th, east of 3d av 1216. 

113th, east of 3d av.... 1373, 1464. 
fromSd toSth....9I3, 1191. 
west of Sth ... . lOJO, 1633, 1661. 
1 14th, east of 3d av . . . . 1026. 

from 3d to Sth. . . .1144, 1166. 
westof Sth.... 1376. 
11.5th, east of Av A.... 913, 1026, 1300, 1403. 
from A to 3i.... 1144, 1245. 
3d to 5th.... 944, 1026, 1052. 

116th, westof Sth av 1000. 

117th, westof Sth av 1340. 

118th, east of 3d av. . . . lOuO, 1074, 1216. 
from 3d to 5th.... 1496. 
westof 5th.... 1075, 1119. 
119tb, east of 3d av. . . . 1000. 
12Jth, from 2d to 3d av....913, 1119, 116i3, 1216. 

Sth to Sth.... 1026, 1340. 
121st, east of Sth av ... .153 i. 

from Sth to 6th 1309. 

6th to 7th.... 1036, 1144. 
7th to 8th.... 1340. 
122d, east of Sth av. . . .974, 1603. 

from Sth to 8th.... 1075, 1403, 1533. 
123d, from .5th to Sth av. . . .1216. 

124th, east of 3d av 1000. 1097. 

from Sth to Sth . . . .1373, 1464. 
12.5th, from 3d to 8th av. . . .913. 1191, ICO.'. 

126th, west of Sth av 1403. 

127th, from Sth to Sth av.. . .1119, 1316, 1533, 1603, 

westof Sth 1603. 

128th, east of 3d av. . . .1316. 

139th.... 9 13, 1036. 

130th, from3dto5thav....9r4. 

131st, westof 5th av....l053, 1340. 

133d, from Sth to Sth av ...1496. 

133d, from 3d to Sth av....l')00, 1216. 

134th, from Sth to Sth. . . . 1213, 1309. 

13Sth....lOS2, 1309, 1603. 

138th.... 913, 1119. 

139th. ...913, 1119. 

140th.... 1345. 

143d.... 1661. 

144th.... 1316, 1431, 

U5th...,yT4. 



146th..., 974. 
150th.... 913. 
151st.... 1026. 
167th.... 1144. 
170th.... 1075, 1376. 
171st.... 974, 1075, 1373. 
176th.... 13U9. 
184th.... 1216, 1340. 
318th.... 1075. 

AVENUES. 

Av A, south of fOth St.... 1309. 

from 70lh to 80th.... 1603, 1661. 

north of UOth (also see Pleasant av) lODO . 

Av B, north of 59th st. . . . 1026, 1681. 
AvC....1533. 
Audubon.... 913. 
Edgecombe.... 11 66, 1309. 

Lexington, from 90th to 110th st 134 '. 

Manhattan 1166. 

Mount Morris. . . . 14'^^3. 

Madison, from 8()th to 110th st. . . .1144, 1373. 

110thtoll5th....913, 1166. 1276. 

north of 120th.... 1567, 1602. 
New (also see Edgecombe and Manhattan avf ) .... 
1168, 13.9. 

Park (ilso see 4th av) 1376. 

Pleasant.... 10.0, 1464. 

Also see Av A , from 100th st to Harlem 
River.) 
Riverside ...9 44, 1245. 

South Sth, south of Prince st 944. 

St. Nicholas.... 944, 1166. 

West End (ilso see llth av).... 1097, 1119, 1.373, 

1496. 
1st, from 40th to llOth st....913, 1464. 
3d, south of 40th st. . . .1373. 

from 40th to 60th ... . 1345, 1533. 

north of 90th. . . . 1075, 1633. 
3d, south of 80th st. . . .944, 1309, 1496. 

from UOth to 139th. . . . 1191. 
4th, from 50th to 80th st. . . . 1533, 1567. 

from 80th to 90th .... lOOd, 1276. 

UOth to 130lh....l340, 1603. 

north of 13Uth 1075. 

Sth, from 80th to 130th st. . . .1403, 1431. 
6th, south of .59th st. . . .1074. 

from 130ih to 130th , . . .1278, 1403. 

north of 130th.... 94 4. 
7tb, .south of S9th st. . . .1074. 

from UOth to 130th. ...944, 1376. 

north of 130th.. ..974, 1309. 
Sth, south of 60th st U 19. 

from 100th to 130th . . . .914. 

120th to 12.5th.... 944, 134<>. 

12.5th to 140th.... 913, 1075. 

south of 140th.... 974, 1(100. 
9th, south of 40th st. . . .974, 1061. 

from 50th to 60th . . . 1026. 

60th to SJth. . . .974, 1191, 1431. 

SOth to 90th 913, 944, 1097. 

90th to 100th.... 913, 1144, 1809, 1431. 

100th to UOth. ...1119, 1316, 1464, 1632. 

120th to 130th.... 1373. 
10th, south of SOth st 1533. 

from SOth to 40th. . ..944, 1000. 

.50th to .55th. . . .913, 1026, 1533. 
" (jOth to90th....974. 1375. 

'.lUth to UOth 944, 1464. 

north of UOth.. . .913, loOO. 
llth, from SOth to .50th st 1000. 

north of lOOth.... 1119. 
13th.... 1633. - 



Interior lot. 



'000. 



Pier or Bulkhead, East River. . . .1316, 1345. 
Hudson River.... 1097, 134), 1431. 

TWENTY-THIRD AND TWENTY-FOURTH 
WARDS. 

STREETS. 

Berry.... 1191. 

Centre.... 1216. 
Chestuut....l097, 1603. 

Church 1316. 

Clifton.... 1633. 
Cole.... 1464. 
Columbine. . . .1661. 

Elizabeth 1373. 

Fox.... 1373. 

Featherbed lane .... 1 533. 
Gray.... 140.3. 
Iawood....l496. 
Jacob.... 1303. 

Kearns lane 1373. 

Lorillard....lOOO. 

Main. ...1119. 

Orchard.... 1431. 

Pyne....l633. 

Popham. . . . 1097, 1191, 1431 , 1603. 

River 149fi. 

Rock.... 1345. 
Simpson.... 153 3. 

Southern Boulevard, from 145th (o 149th a'....* 
10.53, 1166. 

169th to 17Sth 974. 

175th to 187th ... . 1340, 1373, 1C03. 

north of lS7th .... 119 1, 1633. 

Summit 1245. 

Topping 10(0. 

Walnut.... 1097. 
2d.... 974. 
I34th....l316, 1403. 
135th.... 1036. 
136th.... 1464. 



INDEX TO THE KECORD AND GUIDE. 



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137th., 

138th.. 

1.3»th.. 

140th., 

141st.. 

143d... 

144th.. 

H.'ith.. 

148th.. 

147th.. 

148th.. 

149th.. 

150th.. 

151st.. 
153d... 

156th.. 
157th.. 
158th.. 
1.59th.. 
160th.. 
161st... 
162d... 
163d... 
164th.. 
165th.. 
167th.. 
169th.. 
17(lth.. 
173d... 
174th.., 
175th.., 
176th.., 
177th.., 
183d..., 
189th... 
84ad..., 
35Uth... 



,..1340, 1373, 1603. 
..127(5, 1X40. 

...man. 

..944. 

..1053, 1166, 1431. 

.l.SfO. 

..1000, 1119. 

..1191, 1245. 

..ICOO, 1191, 1216, 1245, 1.533, 1633. 

.1.309. 
..944. 1119. 1370, 1.309, 1340. 
..UI97, 134.5. 

.913, 1.533. 
,.134.5, 1376, 1309. 
.1567. 
..1316. 
..1.567. 

..HOT, 1166, 1309. 
..1075. 

..944, lOnO, 1144. 
.1000, 1216. 
.1166. 
.1403, 1496, 1602. 

913 1373 

!a376, iso'a, 1002, 1633, I633. 

..1144, 1603, 1661. 

..1097, 1309, 1431. 

..1276. 

.1.533. 

,.1191. 

.1496. 

.14.31. 

.1403, 1567. 

1000. 

.1.^67. 

1431. 

.1431. 

AVBNUES. 



Alexander. . . . 1633, 1661. 

Aqueduct 1345. 

Auderson 124.5. 

Arthur.... 974, 107.5, 1309,1464. 

Bainbridge....lll9, 1316, 1403, 1532. 

Bailey.... 913, 1309. 

Bathgate, south of 175th at 944, 1276, 1464 

from 175th to 181st H97, 1633. 

north of 181st.... 1373. 

Bergen 1373. 

Brook, from 140th to 145th st 974, 1075, 1240 

14.5th to 156th.... 913, 944, 1097, 1346. 
Cambreling . . . 944. 
CauldweU....913, 1376,1373, 1603. 
Central.... 137.3. 
College.... 1464, 1496. 
Columbia.... 1532, 1633. 

Crescent 1403. 

Courtlandt, north of 1.50th st 1053, 1316. 

Creston 1245. 

Cromwell 1.532. 

Cjpre8s....lC97. 
-,-".atur.... 1097, 1661. 

Dei Jonico 1496. 

Eagle.... 1403, 16(51. 
Elton . 974. 

Franklin, south of 175th st 1036, 1533 

Fulton .... 1026. 

Grand.... 1144, 1431. 
Honey well.... 974, 1166. 

Jefferson 1603. 

Jerome.... 1661. 
Johnson. ...1119, 1533. 

Lincoln 913. 

Locust.... 1464, 15.33. 

Madison 1166. 

Marcher... 1496. 

Marion 1376. 

Monroe 1340. 

Morris, south of 1.50lh st . . . . 131 6. 

from 15Uth to 155th 1036, 1309, l.?40 

160th to 17.5th.... 1144, 1310. 

north 175th. . . .107.5, 1276, 1464. 
Mosholu....l431. 
Mott....l075. 
North 3d (see 3d av). 
Ogden....l464, 1.568. 

Palisade 1245, 1340, 1373. 

Pelham. . . .944, 1403, 1496, 1.567, 1603 

Prospect.... IU97, 1340. 

Railroad, from 1.50th to 160th st 1097, 1144 

north of 100th.... 944, 1036, 107.5, 1144, i.'^Oi* 
Rider, from 136rh to 137lh st 1309 l:i73 

138th to 14i)th ..1097,1.533 

140th to 142d. . . .1191, 1376, 14f'3 
Ridge.... 11 19. 
Rivjrd-le ,,.914, 974. 1166. 
r)bins...> W5, 1097, 1119, 14S1. 
|lgwick....U44, 1403, 1496. 

Jieridan....iyi9. , 

febbins.... Ills', 124.5. 

, , Anns lyS. 

^mmit.. ..13* 
fuier....l403. 
hnton.... 1000, V)9i, 1464. 

"remont 111« 

...1345, \\, 1603. 
|vanderbilt....91%i40, l.3,o, 1496. 

I Van Cortlandt T" 

I Valentine 1097. 

Walnut.... 1464. 
Walton....lU9, U69,lo!). 

Washington, south otl'.th St.. ..1144, 1166, 1216 
1568. 
from 170th to 176tln9i_i2ig jgQg 
north of 175th.. .jA^ 1097 uy, 
indeft....ll44, iMl, ■.64 
Webster. ...1144, 1309. 
WiUard....l373. 



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Willow .. 1602. 

Willis. ...1144, 1316. 

3d.... 1:76. 

.3d, from 140th to 150th st ...944, 1086, 1097 

1.50th to 1.55th.... 1373. 

1.55th to 160th.... 1026, 11C6, 1661. 

16 th to 170th.... 1245, 1340, 1464. 

PLACES. 
Brown 1340. 

Dash wood 1403. 

Delmonico 1,S09, 1403. 

Ernescliffe 1316. 

Evelyn. ...1403. 
Poe....1431. 
Powell.... 1216. 

Roger 974. 

Spencer 1216. 

Sidney 1216. 

ROADS. 
A It any Post.... 1373. 

Boston 1316. 

KiDgsbridge....913, 974, 1316, 1376, 1309, 1403, 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Spuytfn Duyvil Parkway 1053, U19. 

Interior lot 1000. 

Mott Haven Canal. ...1191, 1376. 
St. Johns College, Fordham 1119. 



]Es:x3\rGrS coTT3\rx-sr. 

STREETS. 

Adams (26th Ward) .... 1 145. 
Ainslie....liiro, 1317. 
A?hford....ll67, 1217, 1373, 1603. 

Baltic. . . .1346, 146,5, 1603, 16S3. 
Barbey....944, 1119, 1191, 1433, 163.3. 
Readel...,1119. 1.533. 

Beaver 1037. 

Kerriman 1246. 

Berry.... 1166, UIU. 

Bsrgiin, from Flatbu'h to Brooklyn av 1144, 

1310, 1.34 ', 1433. 

Brooklyn av to termination 1075, 1 144 

1373. 
Bleecker ...1075, 1.568, 
Boerum., ..974, 10.53, U9S, 1145, 14(16, 1.5HS 
Bc'gait....l075, 1633. 
Bolivar. . 107,5. 
Bowne....1276, 1310. 

Broadway, from Park to Putnam av 105S, 1075. 

1310. 

Putnam to Hopkinson av 1026, 1053, 

Car oil,... 1098, 1496. 

Chap8l....14:-;i. 

Chester.... 10.53, 1097, 1119. 1403. 

Chestnut . . . 1053. 1433, 1638. 

Clay.... 114.5, 1246, 1661. 

Cleveland... 914. 974, 1053, 1098, 1166, 1340, 1374 

1465, 1496. 
Clyraer.... 1.533. 
Coles.... 1217, 1376, 1465. 
Columbia. ...1119, 1167. 

Commerce 146.5. 

Commercial 1217. 

Concord ...1246. 

Congress 1276. 

Condver....944. 
Conselyea... 1603. 
Con way.... 1119, 1316. 
Cook.... 1217, 14.33. 
Cooper.... 944, 146,5. 
Cornelia.... 974, 1027. 
Court.... 1037. 
Co vert.... 1340, 1533. 
Crescent ...1145, 1246, 1603. 

Dean, from Court st to Brooklyn av 1191 

1310. 

Brooklyn av to city line 974, 1346. 

Debevoise 1.533. 

Degraw, from East River to Bond st 1373. 

Bond st to Bedford av . . .944, 1053, 16:53. 

Bedford av to city line 10.53, 1191 

Devoe....914, 1246, 146,5, 1568. 
T)ikeraan....914, 1053. 
Dodworth....1603. 
Douglass.... 1167, 1340. 

Dresden 1027. 

Driggs,... 1(7.5, 1119,1.532. 

Dumont... 114.5. 

Duryea....l(HiO, UOl, 1036, 1340. 

Eagle.... 10 1. 

Eastern Parkway.... 914, 10.53, 1098, 1317, 140.'? 

1433. 
Eekford....ll44. 
Eldert.... 1.568. 
Ellery, from Nostraud to Marcy av 944, 1075. 

Marcy av to Beaver st 974, 1191. 

Elm.... 1340, 1683. 

Elton.... 914, 1U9S, 1217, 1373, 1465, 1496, 1.568. 

EwDD.... 10,53, 1310, 1.508. 

Essex.... 1433, 1633. 

Floods alley 1026. 

Floyd . : . .914, 1496, 1.5.3,3, 1661. 
Franklin.... 1246, 1496. 

Freeman 1.'540. 

Front.... 1346, 1376. 

Frost.... 1191. 

Fulton. . . .11/53. 1191, 1403, 1431. 

Furraan....l097. 

George.... 10.53. 
Gerry.... 974. 
Gold.... 1376. 1633. 

Grafton 1496. 

Grand, from Leonard st to Busbwick »» — 944, 
1373, _ .'- "> 



Bushwick av to Newtown Creek 1276 

Greene.. ..1145, 1376, 1,37.3. 

Grove .... 1 144, 1374, 1403, 1465, 1633. 

Guernsey 107.5. 

Gwinnett. ...1144, 1310, 1533. 

Halsey.... 10.53, 1.5S3, 1603. 

Hancock 914,974,1027,1309 

Harraan 1119,1.568. 

Hart.... 1098, 1191, 1403. 

Henry 14C5. 

Hendrix looo, 1310, 1661. 

Herbert 1191. 

Herkimer, from Bedford to Schenectady av 

137.3,1374,1403. /■'v.... 

Ralph av to city line.... 1075, 1144, 1145, 

Hevward...'.1001.' 
Hicks.... 1317, 146S. 
High.... 10.53. 

Highland Boulevard 1037, 1098 

Himrod....914, 10,53, 1374, 1431, 1432 

Hinsdale 1001,1496,1.5.33 

Hooper 1310. 

HopUius ...1167, 1533. 

Hoyt....1191. 

Hull (E. D.)... 1346, 1,568, 1633. 

Huntington 1464. 

Humboldt. ..1167, 1403, 1433. 
Huron.... 974, 1.533. 

India.... 1053. 

Ivy.... 974, 107.5, 1217, 1340. 

Jackson 1191, 1568. 

Jacob.... 1001, 1036, 1027, 1167, 1568. 
Jay.... 10.58. 

Java 1097. 

Jefferson (E. D.).... 10.53, 1098, 1633. 

Jerome 1027, 1403. 

Junius.... 1,53.3. 

Kent.... 1270, 1403, 
Kosciusko ...944,1346, 1661. 
Leonard, from Broadway to Skillman av 
944,1167. 

Skillman av to termination 1276 1633 

Linden .... 1217. 1246, ISIO, 1533, 1633. 

Lin wood 1568. 

Locust (iOth Ward) 1246. 

Lr'gan....974,1317 

Loriiner 10(11, 1167,' 1603. 

Luquer . . . 1346, 1465, 1496, 1(561. 

Macon.... 914, 1119. 1217. 

Mart in .n 914, 11 06, 1376, 1 403. 

Magnolia.... 109S. 1144, 

Marion 944, 107.5, 146.5. 

Market.... 1310. 
Mail jr.. 1310, 1661. 
Mcl'ougal....lS73, 1464, 1.532, 1568. 

McDonough 1119. Ii67, 1217,1403. 

McKihbor>....11J9, 16(51. 

,\I»liose ...1246, 140.3. 1.532. 1661. 

i\ie«,rcle....lc.53, 1098, 1144, 1167, 1374, 1496. 1532 

Mid.ileton....974. U0,(. . , , . 

Milfor(i....ll6r, l.'3.3. 

M,ffat,...lll9, 1403, 1496. 

Monitor.... 1373. 

Monroe.... 1166, 1316, 1376,1310, 

Montague ...974. 

Mi.ntgomerv 1097, 1119, 1.373. 

Moore. . . .1026. 1097, 1340. 

Morrell....l075. 

Myrtle. ...914, 944, 10,53, 1098. 

Newell.... 1191, 1465. 

Oak.... 1374. 
Osborn....]217. 

Pacific, from East River to Grand av .... 914 
1633. 

Grand to Rochester av 944, 1661. 

Rochester av to termination 1167. 1568. 

Palmetto ... . 944. 1 075, 1496, 16.33. 

Parkway !403. 

Pearl. ..10.53. 
Penn....ll91. 

Pieriepont 109,s. 

Plymouth.... 1,568. 

Powell.... 1603. 

President.... 91 4, 10.53, 1098, 1167, 1340, 1633 

Prospect (E. D ) . , . . 1 144, 1376, 1340, 1374, 1602. 

Provost... 10.53. 

Prince 944. 

Quinoy, from Downing st to Tompkins av... 
1874, 1403. 
Tompkins av to Broadway 1027, 1053, 

Ralph.... 10.53. 
Rapalye....l533. 
Richardb.... 10.53, 1191, 1496. 

Richardson 914, 1431, 1661. 

Rodney.... 1661. 
Ross.... 1098. 1246, 1661. 
Rutledge....1340. 

Hnckett....lll«, 1002. 
Sandl'ord....lOOO. 

Schaeffer 1433. 

Schenck....944, 1145, 11(57, 1317. 

Rchole8....1l67. 

8eiKel....l403. 

8tagg....l310. 1496. 

Stanhope ... 1119, 14.38, 1465, 1802. 

Rt,nrr....ll91, 1317. 

State.... 974. 10.53. 

Steuben.... 914, 1167, 1310, ISM. 

Stockholm 1 433, 1465. 

Stockton.... 9 1 4. 10.53, 1376, 1840. 
Sullivan.... 16,33. 

Sumpter 1075. 

Suydam.... 114.5, 1346, 1568, 1661. 

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18 



INDEX TO THE RECOED AND GUIDE. 



Ten Eyck.... 1166, 1340, 1568. 

Thames.... 1217. 

Tillary....944, 1027. 

-"-outman, from Myrtle to Central av 974, 

Ho 1167, 1246, 1276. 

Mi Centralav to city line.... 1119, 1144, 1340, 
1465, 1496, 16li2. 

Union.... 1000, 1U9, 1310. 

Van Brunt.... 1191, 1217. 
Van Buren .... 16(i2. 
Van Voorhi8....1217, 1276, 1374, 1568. 
Vanderveer. . . . 1001, 1374. 
Vandyke.... 1026, 14l'3, 1,^68. 
Varet....974. 10a7, 1053, 1119, 1340, 1538. 
Vesta ...1167. 
Vigelius.... 974, 1373. 

Wallabout 1465. 

Walton . 1(01. 

Walworth.... 1119. 

Warren... 974. 

Warwick.... 944. 1246, lUlO, 1403,1602, 1633. 

W aehington 1027. 

Watkina ...1001. 
West.... 1167. 

Willow 1000. 

Wilson.... 1.568. 
Withers.... 944, 1432. 
Wood bine.... 974, 1144. 
Wyckott....l217, 1431. 



l8t....974. 

8d....l602. 

North 2d. ...914, 1340, 1.533, 1.5BH. 

3d.... 1373, 

North 3d.... 914. 

South 3d.... 1053, 1317. 

4th.... 1346. 

North 4th.... 1144. 

South 4th.... It 53, 107.5. 

North 5th.... 1027. 

South .5th. ..10.53. 

6th.... 12 17, 1633 

North 6th.... 1037, 1097. 

7th.... 974, 1376, 1310. 

North 7lh.... 914, 1376,'1I;3;J. 

8th. .. . 1027, 1053, 1098, 1346, 148.5. 

North 8th..., 944, 1276. 1431. 

»th....944. 

North 9th ... . 1053, 1167, 1.533. 

10th.... 1216, 1317, 1533, 1533. 

North 10th.... 1191. 

12th.... 1532. 

13th. ...1027, 1216, 1276, 1465, 1.568. 

14th.... 1340, 1632. 

15th.... 1533. 

16th.... 944. 

17th.... 974. 

18th.... 944, 114.5, 1217, 1246, 1464, 1532. 

19th.... 1532. 

20th.... 1533, 1633, 1602. 

21st.... 914. 

38d....l000, 1119, 1145, 11(;6, 1433. 

34th.... 1027, 1217,1310, 141^6. 

26th.... 1633. 

30th....10it8. 

?6th....914. 

37th.... 1413. 

39th.... 1001, 1191, 1376, 1523. 

40th.... 1276. 

41ft ...914. 

42d....l027. 

43d.... 1191. 

46th.... 944, 1144, 1465, 1633. 

47th.... 1376, 1340, 1496, 1532. 

48th.... 974, 1376, 1310. 

49th.... 1310. 

50th. ...1317, 1603. 

5l8t....l075, 1603. 

53d.... 944, 1001, 1075, 1310, 1431. 

53d.... 944, 1037, 1191, 1376, 1310, 1374, 1432. 

54th.... 1191, 1217. 

55th... .1376, 1310. 1403, 1533. 

56ih....945, 1144. 

57th.... 1340. 

AVENtJBS. 
Alabama.... 91 4, 974, 1403, 16u3. 
Arlington.... 914, lo37, 1053, 1053, 1346, 1403, 1431. 
Atlaniic, from Vauderbllt to Bcbenectariy av. . . . 
974, 1317, 1403, 1496, 1533, 1568, 1661. 
\ Uticato Williams av....l053, 14i3, 1568, 
\ 1683. 

Williams to Butler av. .944,1246. 
, Butler to Bchenck av 1000, 1.568. 

Sohenck av to Madison st 1119, 1431. 

Bedford, from Manhattan to Division av 1053, 

1075, 1246, 1533. 

Division to Putnam av 1144, 1166, 1403. 

Putnam av to city line 1465. 

Belmont.... 1317, 1433, 1533. 



Blake.... 1098. 
Brooklyn.... 10.53. 
Buffalo.... 14.32. 

Bushwick, from Metropolitan av to Wrand st 

914, 1001, 1027. Via. 
Grand st to De Kalb av . . . . 10 )3, 1 145, 1 167, 

1433. 
Greene av to Cornelia st. . . .914, 1001, 1097, 

1633. 
Cornelia to Sohaeffer ...974, 1098, 1-533, 
1602. 

Sohaeffer st to termination 1098, 1276. 

1532. 

Central, from Flushing av to George st....lll9, 
1376. 

George st to Myrtle av If 33. 

Myrtle av to Evergreen Cemetery 914, 

1026, 10.53, 1144. Ii46, 1376, 1310, 1373, 14i 3 
1465, 1496. 1661. 
Christopher.... 1309, 1.568. 
Clason, from Kent to Myrtle av. . . .1340, 1374. 

Myrtle av to President st 1119. 

Clareraont 1661. 

Clinton. ...16)3. 
Cooper.... 1465. 

De Kalb, from Throop to Lewis av 1098, HO' , 

1317. 

I Lewis to Stuyvesantav li 01, 1373.1374, 

16li3. 
Reid to Hamburg av. . . .945, U 98, 1 145, 1496 

Hamburg av to termination 1310, 153 i 

Division 914. 

EastNew York.... 913, 914, 119', 1661. 
Evergreen, from Cook to Stanhope 914, 94 '^, 

1053, 1144, 1874, 1.568. 
Stanhope st to termination 1053, 1063, 

1191. 

Flatbush....974, 1432. 

Flushing, from Carlton to Franklin av ir98, 

1374. 
Franklin to Tompkins av.... 1216, 1374 14 3 
Tompkins av to city line. . . 944, 1340. 1374, 
1661. 
Franklin.... 1001. 1276, 1568 
Fulton.... 9 14, 1(98, 1276, I3I0, 1373, ini\ 1633. 
Furman 944. 

Gates.... 1000, 1144, 1346. 
Georgia. ..1119, 1340. 
Glenmore .... 974, 1053, 1376 , 1 633. 
Grand.... 1000, 1119, 14.32. 

Greene, from Sumner to Centralav 1191, 1376, 

1374. 
Central av to termination .... 1317. 

Greenpoint 1246. 

Graham.... 107.5, 1403. 

Hale.... 1373. 

Hamburg.... 914, 1000 1144, 1346, 1340, 1568. 

Hamilton.... 1431, 1465. 

Howard. . . .914, 974, 10,53, 1310, 1.532. 

Irving.... 1167, 1.533. 

Jamaica.... 974, 1373, 1374. 
Johnson.... 1144, 1191, 1340, 1431. 
Jefferson.... 974, 1191, 1376, 1496. 

Kent. ...1119, 1603. 
Kingston.... 1037, 1496, 1533. 
Knickerbocker luol, 1145, 1310, 1603. 

Lafayette, from Grand to Sumner av 1075, 

1144. 

Sumner to Bushwick av 1246, 1373. 1433. 

Lee.... 1568. 

Lewis.... 1191, 1276, 1431. 

Liberty, from East New York av to Jefferson st 
. . 1276, 1603. 

Jefferson st to terminaton 1533, 1568. 

Lexington, from Grand to Nostrand av 1346. 

iSostrand av to Broadway 1310, 1532, 

1661. 

Manhattan .... 1376, 1496, 

Marcy 914, ll66, 1346, 1403. 

Meeker.... 1374, 14.32. 

Miller.... 1374. 

Mon tank.... 1119, 1310. 

Montrose 1317. 

Morgan 1037, 1496. 

Myrtle, from Fulton st to Clason av 1026, 1075, 

1374. 
Clason av to city line.... 914, 1191, 1340, 

1431, 1582. 
Nassau.... 974, 1602. 

New Jersey 1191. 

Norman 944. 

Norwood 1403. 

Nostrand, from Flushing to Myrtle av 1432, 

1582. 
Myrtle to Atlantic av. . . .944, 1075, 1217. 



.1027, 1317. 
914, 1246. 



Park, from Hall st to Bedford av . 

Bedford av to Broadway. . . 
Patchen....lOOO, 107.5, 1403, 1431. 

Paidge 1496. 

Pennsylvania 1496. 

Prospect.... 944. 1403, 1603, 1633. 
Putnam, from Tompkins to 8tuyvesant....914, 
1310, 1661. 

Stuy vesant av to Broadway .... 1001. 

Railroad ...1246, 1376, 1532. 
Ralph.... 1144. 

Reid.... 1053, 1144, 1217, 1246, 1.532. 
Rocka way.... 1001, 1346, 1498, 1^68. 

Saratoga.... 13 10, 1533, 16a3. 

8chenck....914, 107.5, 1098, 1144, 1191, 1431, 1433, 

1496, 1661. 
Schenectady .... 1167, 1340. 
Shepard....l037, 1166, 1276. 
Sheffield.... 1166, 1276. 
8nediker....914. 1098, 1568. 
St. Nicholas.... 944, 1001. 
St. Marks, from Vanderbilt to Albany 1097, 

1310, 1340, 1465. 
Albany av to termination 1309, 1310, 

1533, 1602. 
Stone.... 1167, 14o3. 

Stuyvesant 1 465. 

Sumner, from Willoughby to Lexington av.... 

1346, 1403, 1496, 1533. 
Lexington av to Fulton st 1075, 1098, 

1633. 
eutter...,1431. 

Thatford....944, 
Throop.... 131 7. 

Tompkins 1144. 

Troy.... 1403. 1633. 

mica....l001. 
Union ...1037. 

(36th Ward).... 914. 

Van Brunt.... 1075. 
Van Cott.... 1376, 1496. 
Van Biclen. . . .1532, 1568, 1661. 
Vanderbilt.... 1119, 1310. 
Vernon.... 944, 1036, 1373. 

Vermont 1376, 1403. 

Vesta.... 1568. 

Washington. . . . 1144, 1376, 1496. 
Willoughby. . . . 1166, 1340. 
Wyckoff....lll9, 1276. 
Wythe.... 1191. 

2d....ll9L 

3d, from Bergen to 6th st 1568. 

Prospect av to 40th st....914, 1119, 1496, 

1533. 
40th st to city line.... 914, 944, 1144, 1145, 
1191, 1310, 1433, 1465, 1533, 1568, 1602. 
4th, from Flatbush av to 14th St.... 944, 1000. 
1317. 
14th St to city line .... 1144, 1376, 1374, 1403, 
1.533, 1568. 
5th.... 914, 1053, 1217, 1464. 

6th, from Garfield pi to cicy line 1087,1217 

1403, 1533, 1602, 1661. 

7th, from Flatbush av to Garfield pi 974, 1374. 

Garfield pi to 13th St.... 1119. 

30th st to city line 1568. 

8th ... . 1001, 1053, 1317, 1376. 

PLACES. 
Berkeley.... 1098, 1691. 
Central.... 914, 1053. 
Clifton.... 1373, 1465. 
Fanchon....914. 

Gunther 1340. 

Herkimer 1144. 

Jackson.... 974, 1027. 
Lafayette.... 1001. 

Lefferts 1433. 

Louis.... lOOO. 

Manhasset 1001. 

Ocean.... 1340. 
OUve....l075, 1144, 1310. 
Park.... 1310. 
Prospect.... 1075, 1246. 
Radde....l0S3. 
Russell.... 1000. 
Sterling.... 974. 

St. Anarewg 1403. 

St. James 1310. 

St. Johns.... 1217, 1464, 1465. 
Gowanus Canal .... 1465. 
Hunterfiy road. .. .1376. 

Jamaica Plank road 944, 1053. ( ^" ^-, 

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ESTABUSBED'^J8\&HPK21^^1868. 

•■Entered at the Foit-offlce at New York, N. T., at second-clam matter." 



Vol. XL.— No. 1,007. 



NEW YORK, JULY 2, 1887. 



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Price, 1 5 Cents. 



E» H. LUDLOW & CO., 
•"• AUCTIONEERS, 

REAL ESTATE BROKERS, 

NO. 11 PINE STREET. 
ESTABLISHED 188«. 

TT K CAMMANN & CO., 
REAL ESTATE, 

Telephone, " John 838." 51 Liberty St., N. Y. 

A W. BOOERT, Jr., 

REAL ESTATE, 



^18 EAST 18th ST., 



NEW YORK. 



,' JACOB APPELL, 
BJO REAL ESTATE BROKER 

AND HOUSE AGENT. 
R^ Many owners and trustees as references. 
Rj«5 277 WKBT aSD 8TRBBT. 



^*^*Y A. CB UIKSHANK & CO., 

ESTABLISHED 1794. 

REAL ESTATE, 



Rea 



BROADWAY, - 



NEW YORK. 



TfftnfyJCBABDS & SA USE, 

— ^--IrEAL ESTATE AGENTS & BROKERS, 
5X PINE STREET. 
Bbhj. Richards. Edhond J. Sausk, Jb. 

JIELMKE & DA VIDSON, 
" Real Estate 

Loans and Insurance, 

NINTH AVENUE, Southwest corner 74th Street, 
Estates Managed. New York. 



C F. JAYNE «fi CO., 
MANAGERS OF ESTATES 

APPRAISERS AND BROKERS. 

273 W. 38dST. and 59 LIBERTY ST., N Y. 
8 F. Jatk». A. M. ODDsm. 

T<ERDINAND FISH, 

Member Real Estate Exchange. 
149 BROADWAY, coa. LIBERTY ST., NEW YORK. 
Real Estate. Mana^^ement and ImproTement of 
Estates. Business Property Sold. Bought and Rented. 



JXTM. H. ROOME'S SON, 

^^ REAL ESTATE AGENT <t BROKER, 

No. 878 SIXTH AVENtJE, NEW YOKK. 

(Masonio Tshpu BtnLDDto.) 
ESTABLISHED 1868. 

FOOKL YN UP-TO WN HBADQ 0AB2 BBS. 
PAUL 0. GRENING. 

REAL ESTATE AND MORTGAGE LOANS 

Ofllces, 420 Qtuea ATenne, 

and 863 and 1161 Fnlton Street 



CETON & CO., 

Real Estate Brokers 

No. 79 CEDAB STREET. 

Alfred Seton, Jr. John C. Forman. 

F. Dk RmrTER Wissmann. 



n E. HARRELL, 

Real Estate & Loans, 

150 BROADWAY, COR. LIBERTY STREET. 
Property South of 59th Street a Specialty. 



JDELLAMY <& WI/^AIVS, 
"Real Estate Brokers 

and Auctioneers, 

LIBiiRTY STREET, 



No. ( 
Loans Negotiated. 



New York. 



rACKNIOHT FLINTIC STONE CO., 

MARE THE BEST 
' ARTIFICIAL STONE AND ASPHALT SIDEWALKS — 
FLOORS FOR BREWERIES, HALT-HOUSES, STABLES AND 
CELLARS, WATER AND ACID-PROOF— TUBS, VATS, *C.— 
DISINTEGRATED STONE FRONTS AND STOOPS— PERFECTED 
BUILDING STONE— CHEAPEST AND BEST FIRE-PROOFIMO. 

Office, No. 150 BKOADWAV, Uor Liborty St. 
Works, 515 to 519 West 55th Stroet, New York. 



jyARTONA WHITTEMORE, 

*^ REAL ESTATE & MORTGAGES, 

Money to loan in any asaount on bond and mort- 
gage, at lowest rates and on most favorable terms. 
106 BROADWAY. Cor. Fine St.. New York. 

T7RANK H. TYLER, 
^ REAL ESTATE, 

INSURANCE AND MORTGAGE LOANS, 

1187 FULTON STREET, near Bedford av., 

BROOKLYN. 
Estates Carefully Managed. 



Z& W. RUTHERFURD, 
• REAL ESTATE AGENTS 

AND BROKERS, 

MANAGERS OF ESTATES, 

No. 66 LIBERTY STREET. - - New York. 

C0TE8 & LA WRENCE, 
REAL ESTATE, 

Northeast comer 9th Avenue and 104th Street, 
Foot of Elevated Stairs. 

Telephone Call, Harlem 170. 
Walter Lawrence. Byron S. Cotes. 
Members of Real Estate Exchange. 

8. CONO VER & CO., 

WORKERS IN BRASS & FORGED IRON. 
OPEN FIRE PLACES, GRATES & FENDERS. 

WOOD MANTELS. Tiles for all Purposes. 

88 and 30 West a3d Street, - - - New York. 



J. 



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ASP IN WALL & SON, 

TILES of all descriptions for Floors, Wall* 
Hearths, Fireplaces and Decoration generally 
Wood Mantels, Opon Fireplaces, 

Qrates, Brass Fenders. Andirons, Etc 
Sole Agents for, and only direct Importers of 
MINTONS'and the CAMPBELL TILE OO '8 TIIJSF 
75 & 77 W. 23d STREET (Masonic Temple), N. Y. 



J HO MAS EG AN, 

■* LOANS ON BOND & MORTGAGE 

185 and 137 Broadway. Boom 11. 



T-T ZITTEL, REAL ESTATE BROKER, 

h Vm THIRD AVENUE, 

* i> u r\ca „ i 709 Madison Avenue, 
Branch Offices \ jj^g j^-^^^ Avenue. 



JACKSON, WM. H., & CO., (EstabUshed, in Front SU. ISar.) 

North side UNION SQUARE (81 East 17th Street), New York. 
Designers and Manufacturers of ARTISTIC GRATES, OPEN FIRE-PLACES, 

FENDERS and CHIMNEY-PIECE NOVELTIES in every style. Importers of TILE. 
Telephone, 2l8t Street. No. 168. Foundries and Shops, EAST 28TH and 29th STREETS. 



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EW YORK & ROSEN DALE CEMENT CO., 

ROSENDALE HYDRAULIC CEMENT. 



^^Warranted superior to any brand of Kosendale Cement manufactured, for use under or out of water. 
Especially adapted wliere tensile and comprHs.'^ive tests are required. 

Send for pamphlet on tests and testimonials, showing superior quality of our Cement. 

HIRAM SNYDER, Secretary. Office, 329 Broadway, New York. 



5AYL0RS PORTLAND CEMENT. 
STRONGEST, CHEAPEST, BEST AND ALWAYS FRESH. 



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For Sale by all Dealers in Masons' Materials. 



' ^ 4pvl5NS0N A WiJ^^Hat^General Ag^e^- ^,,,,3,,, 

""K°v"e^^^df''^ ^"""^ I ^^^l^---^ «broa:ENUE, ^^ ^^^ 



jyiCHARD y. HARNETT& CO. , 

AUCTIONEERS, 

REAL ESTATE BROKERS, 
73 LIBERTY STREET, 
Wllllamsburgh City Fire Insurance CJompaay BulldlBK 
" Telephone Call John 204." 



r'EO. R. READ, 

REAL ESTATE, 

No. 9 PINE STREET, - - New York. 
(Aster BuUdlng.) 



THOMAS & ECKERSON, 
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BBOEEBt! 
Entire charge taken of Estates. 
WALLAOk Bdildinq, 85 W. 30th Street. 
Wm. M. Thouaji, Jho. 0. R. Eokbrso* 

Commissioner tor the States. Notary Public. 

pORTER & CO., 

REAL ESTATE, 

No. 77 East 125th St. near 4th Avenue. 



COOTT <& MYEBS, 

AUCTIONEERS AND 

REAL ESTATE BROKERS, 

No. 146 Broadway, cor. Liberty Street, 
Mutual Life lusurance Company's Old Building 

TEONARD J. CARPENTER, 
^ REAL ESTATE, 

41 LIBERTY STREET. 

BRANCH OFFICE, 1181 3d AVENUE. 

Telephone 477 John. Entire charge of propert; 



J. 



EDGAR LEAYCRAFT. 



1544 BROADWAY, Near 46th Street, 

Branch Office, 1584 3d Avenue, near 86th Street. 

Renting and Collecting a Specialty. 

lir W. MONTAGUE, 

r" . KBAL ESTATE & INSTTBANCSv- 

802 8th Avenue. 9th Avenue & Slst Street. 

Sends printed catalogues of several hundred private 
houses, avenue, flat and tenement properties. 
Rents Collected. Money to Loan. 

HAS. S. BRO WN & J AS. E. LEVINESS 
AUCTIONEERS AND 

REAL ICSTATE BROKERS, 

59 LiBBRTT Street, New York. 
Rents Collected and Estates Managed 

AM. ENCAUSTIC TILE CO. 

^% (Lirfiited), 

Patentees and Manufacturers of 

Plain, Glazed, Pebbled, Inlaid, Embossed, Docor 
ated and Mosaic T 1 L K S for Floors, WaUa. 
Fireplaces, Cabinet Work & Architectural Gniiciunent. ^ 

116 Weet 23d St., N. Y. ZanesviUe, Ohio. 

CWARTWOUT & CO., 

O REAL ESTATE, 

157 BLAST ia5th ST. and 247 WEST 125th ST., N.Y 

no BERT C. FISHER, 

JlL MARBLE GRANITE, Etc., 

97 to 103 EAST HOUSTON ST. 

MITCHELL, VANCE ct CO., 

«* GAS FtXTUaEto, 

8S8 AKD S38 Bboadvat, Niw Yobx. 



yOHN TBAOESER, 
STEAM COPPER WORKS, 
447 to 466 West Twenty-Hixth Street. 
MANUF. OF PLUMBER'S COPPER WOBK- 



rpHOlLAS OSBORNE, STEAM STONE WOBKB, 
/ 9lBt AMD 92d Streets, East River. 

Dealer In American and Imported Marble, Browm 
Stone, Nova Scotia, Ohio and all other Free Stone*. 

LWELL LEAD CO., 

PLUMBERS' SUPPLIES, 
63 Centre Street and 681 6th Avenue, New York. 



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ZUDLOW, DAY <& CO., 
REAL ESTATE, 

No. S06 FIFTH AVENUK^NE>V YORK. 
NOTARY PUBUO. .-,-ii.-w~ ^'"'" 

Business troperty Sold, Bought and Rented. 



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Thames. 

Tillary 

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Hichard F*. Hufnett^ •luctioneew^ 



Office, 73 LIBERTY STREET, N. Y. 



RICHARD V. HARNETT & CO. will sell at AucMon, 



THURSDAT, JULT rtli, 1887. at IS o'clock, noon. 

LAt the EeallEstate Exchange and Auction Ecom, Ncs. 59 to 65 Liberty Street, New Yci k City. 
ES is: ©o Tutor's S^lo. TTo Otiose «, ix £3 s t ^ t e. 

KINCSBRIDCE ROAD, 1 87th ST., 
AUDUBON, I Ith and WADSWORTH AVS., 

I20 ATTRACTIVELY SITUATED LOTS. 

' 158th STREET, NEAR GRAND BOULEVARD— FOUR CHOICE LOTS. 

70 Per Cent, may remain on Mortgage, 



Title Guaranteed by the Lawyers' Title Insurance Company. 

MAETIN & SMITH, Esqs., Attorneys, 50 Wall Street, Few York. 



36, 
'5, 



Haps at Auctioneer's, 73 liiberty Street. 



olsom Bros.. 



Real Estate. 



Folsom Bros. 



58 East 1 3th Street, one door west of Broadway, 

B8TABI.ISHED 184T. NOTAKIBS AND COmMISSIOIVERS FOR AI.I, THE STATES AND TERRITORIES. 

PERSONAL ATTKNTIGN GIVEN l-Q THE SALE, RENTAL AND QENEBAL MANAQEMENT OP REAL ESTATE. 



SAMTKI. n. POl-SOWI. 



THOS. W. FOLSniTI. 



wn. R. wai,snm, 



J. MORTON GILES & CO., 

No. 32 LIBEETY.STEEET, N. Y. 

Telephone John 488. 

' CHAS. E. SCHUYLEE & CO., 

9tli Aveune, Cor. TIst Street, 

and 32 I.lberty Street, 

REAL ESTATE, MORTGAGE LOANS, INSURANCE. 

Telephones: 
Up-tuwn, 39th Street, 2«4. Down-town, 488 John. 

H. S. LINES, 

Z=Leo,l lESst;^.!;©, 

Eenting and Collecting a Specialty. 

94 EAST Ttli STREET, NEIV YORK. 



BONWELL & LE^'IS, 
REAL ESTATE BROKERS 

355 WEST 59tU STREET. 

ENTIRE CHARGE TAKEN OF PROPiLRTY. 
Money Loaned on Bond and Mortgage. 
Renting and Collecting a Specialty 

H. P. Bender. Chas. D. Thompson. Paul J. Zschoch. 

THOMPSON, BENOER & CO., 

Real Estate and Mortgage Loans, 

Bryant Building, 
55 Liberty Street, Room 28, New York. 

City and Country Property Bought, Sold, Exchanged 
and Rented. Estates Managed. Insurance Effected 
in any Company at Lowest Rates. 



8AMUe:u w. cuark, 

(Member of Real Estate Exchange) 

1483 9th AVENUE, Near 87th Street, N Y. 
Solicitor for London ii Lancashire Fire Ins. Co. 

(oney to Loan on Bond Is. Mortgage at Lowest Rates. 

ESTATES MANAGED. RENTS COLLECTED. 
Telephone, 88 Bedford. 

FELIX R. McCLOSKEY 

Eeal Estate and Insurance BrojLer, 

385 Tompkius Aveuae, 

Cor. Putnam Ay. BROOKLYN, N. Y. 

MORTGAGE LOANS. 

PLobert >^ulci. 

Corner 66th St. and 8th At. 
'iSd'ealt^ *^U«eMhg a Speelaltr. 



M. McCOEMICK, 

Real Estate, Loan and Insurance, 

(Emigrant Industrial Savings Banl; Building), 
49 & 51 Chambers St., Room A, New York. 

Residence, 110 East llOth Street. 
ESTABLI SHED 1868. 

ra. RORINSON, KRAEOWER & CO., 

Real Estate Brokers, 
ii-„f^"''ri'* *°'l ':;'■'' Ward Property a Specialty. 
Entire Charge of Estates. Bents CoUeoted 

13 2 EAST BROADWAY. Bet. Pite and Rutger^ Sta: 

N. S. FLOCK & CO., 

291 Broadway, Room 2, New York. 

Specialty in Renting Stores, Lofts and Buildings 
Notary Pabllc. Telephone CaU, Murry No. 8?8. 



H. V. Mead. L. P. Van Riper. W. H. Smith 

H. V. MEAD & CO., 

ESTABLISHED 1869. 

Real Estate Brokers & House Agents, 

422 EIGHTH AVENUE, 

Bet. 31st and 32d Sts. New York 

Estates Taken in Charge a Specialty. 



GRIFFIN P. PISPROW, 

(Late with the Rhinelander Estate.) 

Real Estate and Insurance, 

56 EAST 23d STREET, N. Y. 
Notary Public. 



ISAAC T. MEYER 

REAt ESTATE & tOANS, 

/A.1- • • ^S,^ WEST 42d STREET, 

(Adjoimng Elevated Stat/on.) ' 

r > 1 , . ci.u >.rra Telephone Call No. 9K "' o. 
y li5th....Sfr4. Estates mart 



NOW IS THE TIME 

For Manufacturers to buy or lease very cheap the 
best locations in the United States for manufacturing 
purposes; railroads and water facilities through and 
around it; help abundant. Address 

A. LISTER, 766 Broad Street, Newark, N. J. 

UIMAM MERRITT, 

REAL ESTATE 

Opficti, 53 THIRD AVENUE, N. Y. 
Description of any property which you may have for 

SALE or to RENT solicited. 
ENTIRE CHARGE TAKEN OF PROPERTY. 



JAMES KENNY k SON, 

REAL ESTATE, 

80 EAST HOUSTON STREET, 

One door west of Bowery, New York. 

Collecting of Rents and Management of Estates a 

Specialty. 



H. H. Bliss. 



Noble Colclough, 



BLISS & COLCLOUGH, 

Real Estate and Slortgages, 

No. 83 CEDAR STREET, NEW YORK. 

Ezchanelns Property | ""eclalty. 



The Record and Guide. 



Ill 



REAL ESTATE. 



Four neat four -story houses of diflCerent sizes on the 
Northeast Corner of madisoii Avenue and 
78tU Street. Prices, from $40,000 to 
$65,000. Also, handsome dwelling (now being 
finished), No. 931 Sth Avenue, bet. 74th and 
75th Streets, overlooking Central Park, S5x60, with ex- 
tension; lot, ICO feet, with right of way to 74th Street. 

Apply to ANTHONY MOWBBAY, 

OWNER AND BUILDER, 
No. 1013 ITIadlson Avenue. 



SMITH & CARRIGAN, 

Auctioneers, 

Real Estate Brokers, 

Telephone Call 765 John. 
Ill BROADWAY, - - NEW YORK 



REAL ESTATE. 



My business was transferred to the Offlee of 

E. H. LUDLOW & CO. 

No. 11 PINE STREET, 

On which date I U'^came a member of said firm. 

THOMAS P. FOE, 

No, 1 PINE STKEET. 



Leon Tanknbaum. 



Joseph Arthur Levy. 



L. TANENBAUM & CO, 

Real Estate Brokers and Auctioneers, 

92 SPRING STREET, Cor. Broadway. 



STONE DEALERS. 



Managers of Estates. 



U J. & I. PHIUUIPS, 

R£AL ESTATE BROKERS, AUCTIONEERS AND 

APPRAISERS, 

No. 149 BROADWAY. 

Loans Negotiated. Telephone, 339 New. 

Branch Office. 1145 9th Avenue, Bet. 70th and 7l8t Sts. 

Crombie & McKean, 

Real Estate and Insurance, 

1589 3d Avenue, near " L " Station. 
References, by permission, George Ehret, Jacob 
Buppert, Edward Townsend, cashier Importers' and 
Traders' Bank; R. Kelly, Sth Nat, Bank; Khinelander 
Estate and many other property owners. 



ESTABU8HED 1858. NOTARY PUBUC. 

p, c, e:ckhardt, 

Real Estate and Insurance, 

No. 693 NINTH AVENUE, 

Telephone Call 1050, 39th St. NEW YORK. 



he:nry a coope:r, 

Real Estate and Insurance Broker, 

2662 NORTH 3d AVENUE. 

Twcnty-tblrd uid Twenty-fourth Ward Propert} 

a Specialty. 

Loans on Bond and Mortgage at 5 per cent. 



L. GREENWALD & CO, 

Real Estate, Loans and Insurance, 

No. 202 BROADWAY, 

First Floor Front. NEW YORK. 



M. B. 1IAI.L, 

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, 
173 Broadway A: 202 W. 125tb St. 

Harlem and West Side Lots a Specialty. 



MAINHABT & I.OAVE, 

(Successors to GtO. CODLING & SON,) 

353 West 135th Street, - - New York. 



JOSEPH I.AiaBDEN Sc SON, 

NEW ROCHELLS REAL ESTATE, 

W)<i East 42d Street, City, and 

New Rochelle, N. Y. 



JOHN H. ^V. KILIiEEN, 

GENERAL REAL ESTATE BROKER, 

Estates Managed, Loans and Insurance Effected. 

803 Third Avenne, N. E. Cor. 33d Street, N. T. 

Collections Made. 

A. C. BRUQGEMANN, 

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, 
No. ITT East T4tli Street, N. Y. 

Renting and Collecting a Specialty. 



JOHN W. STEVENS, 
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS, 

9tlii Avenue and 93d Street, 

62 Liberty Street. 

Jolm S. F ierce 

14S BROADW^AY, 

Boom 34. Loans Negotiated. 



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OOKS ON Bi;iI.DING, PAINTING, 

Decorating, etc. For my 88 page IlluBtratoa 



Catalogue, address, enclosin.; stamp, 

Win. T. OOmSTOGK., 23 Warren St., N. T. 

J. SEARLE BARCLAY 

Real Estate and Insurance, 

32 Iiiberty Street, New Y^orlc. 



aEO. W. DAWSON, 

Real Estate and Insurance Broker 

476 Weat 64th Street. Cor. 10th Av. , N. T 



JOHN STEWART, 

HE/iL ESTATE, 

RentlntE and Collecting a SpeclaltF. 

958 8tb Avenue, between 5tith and 57th Streets. 
And 303 West 16th Street. 



MEYER'S 
FLINT STONE CO.. 

104 West 42d Street, New York. 

Artificial Stone Work of all Rinds, 

Sidewalks, Gardenwalks and Walls, 
Cellar Floors Laid and Gnaranteed Watertight, 
Floors for Malthonses, Breweries and Factories. 

Telephone CaU 95 39th St. 

THE CLEVELAND STONE CO., 
BEREA AND BUFF STONE 

OF BEST (tVALITIES, 

OfDce, Wilsbire Building, Cleyeland, 0. 
Ne^v Y'ork Office, No, 24T Broadway. 



31. O T S 

7 th, Sth, 9th, 1 0th and West End Avs. 

Cor. 9tb At. and 83d St., New York. 



MATT. TAYLOR PAVING COMPANY, 

15 State Street, New York. 

GRANOLITHICASPHALT AND ARTIFICIAL STONE 

PAVEMENTS AND FLOORS. 

Importers of Crude and Refined Trinidad Asphalt. 

STAB ROOFING GUARANTEED TEN YEARS. 

Telephone" Pearl 306." 

The Flag and Balldlng Stone Co. (I.'d.), 

138th St. aud Railboad Av. Telephone, 338 Harlem, 
Hugh Young, Pres. J. Hamilton Young, Sec. & Treaa. 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

New York Blae Stone, Flagging, SlUs, Lintels, 

Water Tables, Copings, Steps, Platforms, &e. 

Large Flags and Platforms Planed or Smooth. 



jame:s a. bre:^n, 

Real Estate and Insurance Broker, 

1342 8d Av,, Near 72d St,, N, Y, 
Notary Pnblle. 



W F. COR WITH, 

VV . REAL ESTATE, 

55 GBEENPOINT AV., BROOKLYN, E. D. 
Renting and Collecting a Specialty. 



JACOB J. BANTA, 

:^ XT X Xj X3 X3 n , 
DEALER IN REAL ESTATH 

Loans Obtained at Low Rates. 
Office, 1504 9th Av. Residence, 16.34 10th At. 

THOS. F. Mclaughlin, 

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, 

18.53 8d Avenue, near 72d Street. 



JOHN SACKETT, 

Sand, Gravel & Machine Broken Stone 

' AT KKTrtlL. 

Foot of East 38tb Street, 

Or Building Material EKchange, 13 Dey Street, 
TELEPHONE CALL, 930 39th STREET. 
All kinds of Sand, Gravel or Broken Stone furnished 
in New York or Brooklyn by the cargo or cart load at 
lowest prices. Sales made on Commission. 

Emannel Perls, 
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, 

No. 9 Cooper Institute, New York. 
Notary Public. 



ISAAC A. GRAVES, 

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, 

111 Broadnray. (17 years with Homer Morgan. 

MORRISON dc OAULD, 

IS'tea.xxi. Stoxie 'w or3x.s. 

Brown, Dorchester & Ohio Stone, Cor. West Av. &. 7th St 
P. O. Box 311, Hunters Point, L. I. City. 

THAW A: ERASER, 

BROWN STONE CUTTERS, 
Cor. 96th Street and 1 1th Avenne. 

Jaues Thaw. Ai^sxandeh Frasbr. 



GLAENTXEB 4: ONGL.EY, 

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, 
122 West 42d Street. 

Loans Negotiated. Renting and CoUectlng. 



WALKER Ac ARMSTRONG, 

dea^X X2ata.te ^x-olK.ex-ai 

No. 19TT 3d Avenue. 

Entire Management of Estates. 

Renting and Collecting a Specialty. 



L. M. PICOT, 

XI. x: -A- Xj is m t .a. 'th f 

82 ic 34 LIBERTY STREET, 

Loans Negotiated. Estates Managed. 



PICKEN A. LILLY, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 
144T 3d Av., Near 82d St. 

Branch of Che London & Lancashitre Fire Insurance 
Co., Liverpool, England. 



II/M. REYNOLDS BROWN, 

Yf REAL ESTATE, 

BROKER, AUCTIONKER AND 

MANAGER OF ESTATES. 

No. 146 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. 



Jas. W. Lupfer & Co., 

re:au estate: brokers, 

No. 1645 9th AVENUE. 
West Side Property a Specialty. 

Bought, Bold and Exchanged 
Money to Loan on Bond and Mortgage at Lowest 
Bates. 

VAN AZTE & HAAEEN, 

Ber' Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

' - ' 8428 EIGHTH AVENUE, 

N«ht .. *■ Nsv YOBK 



a: 3VC o Or ijxr u x s , 

2356 2d Av., Bet. 130th and 131st St6., N. Y. 
Estimates furnished on application. 



JOHN W. MORAN, 

(Successor to J. W. & H. C. MORAN.) 

BLUE STONE DEALER, 

Hamilton av. Cor. Hicks St., Brooklyn. 



». B. GILLIE, 

Broivn, Wyoming, Dorchester, Ohio and 
all kinds of Free Stone. 

95th and 96th Streets and 1st Avenue. 



BRANDER, BOYD &: HDTCHEON, 

BilOTVN STOIVE CXJTTEKS 

660 wrest 6 1st Street, New Y'ork. 

All orderfi promptly executed. 



EDW^ARD RYAN, 
STEAM STONE WORKS. 

Brown, Wyoming, Dorchester, Ohio and all kinds ot 

CHAS. HUBER ic SON, 
STEAM STONE WORKS. 

Brown, Wyoming, Dorchester, Ohio and all kinds o( 
Free Stone. Foot of East 79th Street. 



TO BUILDERS AND OWNERS! 

Bntler's metropolitan Honse Cleaning Company, 

r^m »= 1 350 (ith Av., bet. 21st and aid Sts. 

Offices ^ 1J30 Islington Av., bet. 78th and 79th Sts. 

Entire houses and their contents cleaned thoroughly 
for from $4 each up. Your patronage is solicited. 



REAL ESTATE, 

291 Broadwa;, Cor. RMde St., N.T. 

Business Property Sold, Bought and Bented. 



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JOHN C. KLETT, 
CARPENTER & BUILDER. 

201 'West STtb Street, New York. 

Alterations to buildings and repairs a special^) 
done by contract or day's work. 

PETER TOSTEVIN'S SONS, 

Masons and Builders, 

Office, 122 Bowery Room 4. 
Jennings & Diamond, 

ARCHinCTS & PU)tDE:RS, 

No. 38 WEST 125tli STBEET, 

NEW YORK. 
Jobbing in all its Branches Promptly Attended to. 



FKj1>K ROSS, 

CONTHACTOB, MASON & BUILDEE, 

No. 2213 1st Avenae, 

Bet. II 3th & 114th Streets. New York 

T. F. HINES, 

OAKFENTES AND BTTILDEB, 

Alterations on Buildings and Stores. 

First-Class Work a Specialty. 

Office, No. 2091 Ttb Avenne, N. T. 
JAmES H. SLOCUm, 

Residence, 72 Rodney St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Estimates Furnished. 

JAMES O'TOOLE, 

Mason and Builder, 

No. Ill ITest 67th Street. 

WIIililAm ARmSTRONG, 

OAKPENTEB, AND BUILDEB, 
Cabinet \l^ork. Jobbluc 

133 to 139 EAST 4l8t STREET. 

ST^IR, BXJIXjIDER,, 

806, 308 & 310 Elerentb Avenae, 

Near 30th Street. New York 

EDWABD TBUDEAU, 

FHACTICAL STAIB BUILDEB, 

Nos. 471 aud 473 East 135tb Street, N. v. 

Estimates Furnished on Application, 

McKINLAY & McLACHLAN, 

CABFENTERS AND BUILDEBS, 

6S Oold Street, Cor. Fulton, N. ¥. 

Estimates Furnished on Application. 

(Late of firm of McCarthy & W hitk) 

CABPENTEB & BUILDEB, 

87 AND 89 WOOSTER ST., Cor. SPRING. 

Branr:h at 80th Street and Broadway 

JAMES FHELAN, " 

CONTRACTOR AND EXCAVATOR 

Westom Boulevard, Bet. 17tb and 78th St. 

Estimates solicited on Rock and Earth Excavations. 
Correspondence promptly answered. 

E. BRADIiEir, 

Ooxa.'trct.o'toir. 

Cellars excavated and all lunds of Building Stone. 
Concrete and Saod furnished. 626 West '>2d St.. N. Y 

Tiiomas J". IvIdSdlanu-S, 

No. 456 WEST 49th STREET, NEW YORK. 
Estimates Qiven on Rock and Dirt Cellars. 

GEOBGE H. McENTEE, 

OFFICE, 202 EAST 103d STREET. 
BesidflDce. ;!16 East lOBth Street, - New York. 



HE.NRY SCHWANPE:R, 

House, Sign, Fresco Fainter and 
Contraotor, 

N. E. Oorner 96tli Street and 9tli Avenue. 



lEON WORK. 



BEEBERAHGES 

FURNACES 



BBICE SET AND FOBTABLE. 

IRON PIPE AND FITTINGS, 

MANUFACTURED BY 

JANES & KIRTLAND. '^^^ «— -" 



Rolled & Drawn Steel Hand Bail, in 20 Feet Lengths. 

MANLY & COOFEB MANUFG CO., 

271 Broadway, N. Y. 

BUILDERS' WROUGHT AND 
CAST IRON WOKK. 
Ornamental Staircases, Fire- 
escapes, Jail & Bank Work, 
Doors, Shutters, Vau't, Area & 
Skylights, Grills, Andirons, 
Railings and Fences. 

Send for Catalogues. 




THE HUNTEB lEON WOBKS, 

419 EAST 91st STREET, 

NEW YORK. 



Iron Work of Every Description for Builders. 

Railings, Doors, Shutters, Gratings, &c., &c. 



HARLEM IRON WORKS, 

Manufacturer of all kinds of Iron Work for Buildings 
103 EAST 130tb ST., Near 4th Avenue, 



T. F. GALLIGAN & SON, 

CONTRACTORS & HOUSE MOVERS, 

Office, 628 East 17tli St., New York. 

Residence, 335 East 57tb Street. 

T. p. GA'. T. p. GlLLinAN, .Ib. 





£PATEM' METALLIC 

218"WEST37tliST 
NEW YORK. 

ESTABLISHED 1876 



BIGKELHOUPT 

BROTHERS' 

SKYLIGHTS 




T, Q. SELLEW, 

M; nufacturer of 

DESKS, 




Oltvir W. Coe. 



OFFICE AND LIBRARY 

FURNITURE, 

No. Ill Fnlton Street, 

New York. 

Fine Boll-Top and 

Cylinder Desks 
Tbeo. Goldsuitb. 




ITred.. Brandt. 
SLATE, TIN AND 
METAL ROOFER, 



Also Manufacturer of 

Brandt's Patent Zinc Stationary Wash Tnlis. 

Warranted to last Ten Years. Price. $10.00 per Set. 



:el .A. sa .A. sz n Ft. eks st it .a. I^3' Xj £: "v , 

32-34 Frankfort Street, New Vork. 

ELECTRICAL APPARATUS 

FOR APARTmENT HOUSES, HOTELS, PUBLIC BUILDINGS, Etc. 

Annunciators, Electric Bells and Speaking Tub 33 a spjcialty. The best material and workmanship 
guaranteed at bottom prices. Estimates (uroishad tor all parts of the country. Our .30 page 
Illustrated catalogue and price list mailsd tree Co any address. 



LUMBER DEALERS. 



LUMBER and UMBER, 

Saperlor factlltleB for delivery to 

Staten laland and Sea Coast. 

FOOT OF CLAY ST., NEWARK, N. J. 

N. B.— We have the largest stock of 
SPRUCE TIMBER IN NEW JERSEY. 

DANNATcScPELL, 
MAHOGANY ANP 

uuMB^R me:rchants, 

Yards. Foot of Broome Street, East Biver, 

Office, 84 TOMPKINS STREET, N. Y. 

Telephcne Call, Spring KM. 

CHAPMAN'S DOCKS, NEWTOWN CREEK, 

Near Grand St. BROOKLYN, E. D., N. Y. 

Telephone Call, Williamsburg 789. 

GEORGE HAGEMEYER, 

MAHOGANY 

And all Kinds of 

HARDWOOD LUMBER, 

Foot East 1 1th Street, New York. 



G, U SCHUYU^R & CO., 

TIIOBER AND LUITIBER DEALERS, 

Yards, 1st Avknub, Bet. 97th and 98th Streets add 
East RrvsR, nrltb Increased racllltles. 

Telephone Call, Harlem 163. 



BELL BROTHERS, 

SPRUCE TIMBER 

lltb AVENUF «ND 3Ist STREET. 

Telephone Call 2lBt Station. 121. 



JOSEPH W. DUEYEE, 

TIMBER AND lUmtH, 

FOOT 36th STREET, EAST BIVEB, 

Telephone 432, 39th St. 

Ill UndB of Timber and Lumber cut to order a 

short notice. 



A W. BUDLONO, 
^' LUMBER 

COR. nth AV. AND 22d ST., NEW YORK. 
Telephone Call, 596 2l8t St. 
Mahogany, Pine, Whitewood, Hickory, Chestnut, 
laple, Basswood, Cherry, Beech, Oak, Ash, Birch. 
T^nt'errHt. B'ftok Wftlnii', Terinp oAR^ on dp|fv«>rv 

T. H. SIMONSON & SON, 

Dealers In 

Lumber and Timber, 

Foot of 100th Street, East River. 

Telephone Call, Harlem 115 



I,UniBER DEAUER, 

Mahogany, Walnut, Ash, Oak, Cherry, Etc. 

Pine, Walnut and Ash Flooring and Ceiling, Etc. 
411 to 431 East 33d Street, N. Y. 

Lumber and Timber, 

Font a< sntli Street. North River. 

J. F. PALMER'S SON, 

riN^ OAS FIXTURES AND 
DRON^^S, 

Nos. 47 and 49 Uuiversity Place, 

Corner 11th Street, NEW YORK. 



RICH'D J. CUUU^N, 

Manufdcturer of 

WINDOW SHADES, 

Wholesale and Retail, 

For Private Residences, Flats, Etc. . 

Sallalaction Guaranteed. 1 

93 WARREN STREET, NEW YORE. '■ 



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DTCKERHOFF 



PORTLA 




CEMENT 



Is superior to any other Portland Cement made. It is very finely ground, always uniform and reliable, and of such 
extraordinary strength that it will permit the addition of 25 per cent, more sand, etc., than other well-known 
brands, and produce the most durable work. It is therefore the most economical to use. 8,000 barrels have been used 
in the foundations of the Statue of Liberty. Architects and those interested in Portland Cement will please send for 
my pamphlet, which will be mailed free on application. It contains valuable directions for the employment of 
Portland Cement, a table of results of the strength of the Dyokerhoff Cement when mixed with sand and broken stone 
in various proportions, together with tests and testimonials of eminent Engineers, Architects and Consumers 

E. THIELE, 78 William Street, New York, Sole Agent U. S. 




E. DEMMIiER, 

r'ZlMES lOOOT IVC .Zl. XS. ]ES XI y 

125 Chambers Street, near "West Broadway, 

Tenth Avenue, Corner of 102d Street. 

Fits a new last cspcrlally foryonr foot, guarantees them to flt as desired, to be made of Ihe best 
material andnottosqnealc. High Cork Sole Shoes for theLame a Specialty. 





M. W. aHOVESTEEN & CO., 602 and 604 West 22d St., 

Would call your attention to their raclllties for fitting; Apartment Houses and otlior buildings n^Itb 
tUelr latest and best Electric and ITIeebanlcal Appliances, vlas: 

ELECTRIC OAS LIGHTERS, BURGLAR ALARMS, CALL BELL SYSTEM, SPEAKING TUBES 4 LETTER BOXES. 

Tbese articles are all made on tlie premises, and are tlioronghly Inspected before bolii- sent ont 

ESTIMATES FUKMSHEP. SEND FOR PAMPHLET It, 



The Standard Hod Elevating Ci, 



Office, 



Shop, 



06 East 123d Street. 1335 2d Arcune, 

HOD ELEVATORS OF ALL KINDS. 

Only Steam l,adders In tlie Market. 

ALBERT T. HTJIili, Manager. 



ujj SWEENEY BROTHERS, 

^2^ Quarrlers, Uaiiuf acturers. Wholesale and Betail Dealers In 



NATIONAU CHIMNEY TOPS 

(Patented). 
The most efficient CSiimney Oowl in 
use. Down drafts and smoky flues 
cured, a wonderful increase of draft 
obtained. 

WARRANTED "SURE." 

The spiral part enlarging as it goes 
upward, admits the air on all sides 
and the wind striking it in any direc- 
tion is given an upward tendency, 
thus helping to produce the desiieo 
effect. 

IBA Q. LANE, Patentee, 

307 East eitb Street. 




JOHN N. KOSTER, 



EaTABUSHEO IN 



1840. 



Manufacturer of 

Pure Brown Stone Putty, 

Builders' Acids, Colors, Etc., 

PAINTS, OILS, GLUES, &c. 
600 to 617 West 39tli Street, New York. 

EDELMEYEK A: MOUGAN, 

HOD ELEVATOR CO», 

333 West 49t]i Street, New York. 

Endless Ladders and Steam Hod Elevators to Loi 
and Hoisting Engines for all purposes. 

Sole proprietors of patent right for 

Euoless Chain Ijidder Hod Elevator 
Branch, 4(i8 Clermont Av., Urooklyu. 

Wm. C. Morgan, Pres. J no. H. Edelmeyer, Sec. & Trew 

(3-EO. o. ^isroEilrrr" 

MARBLEIZED SJLATE 

^i/L JS^ 1>^ T :EilLM !S, 

No. 476 Canal S treet, - - Now York. 

r". iL.-srop^s, arr., 

SOLE AGENT F.JR 

' Lyons " Patent Fire Proof Building 
Material. 

U CENTRE STREET, NEW YORK. 



G/3 



ORTH RIVER BLUE STONE, 

Office and Yard: 

_, g^ffi^V Cor. Bedford and Flushing Avs., ^^"^-i^r ^^^ 

^SZi^'' BROOELTN, E. D. rJiiljISo. 

OQ Branoli "yard. East N^&vr "yorg . 

FIRE-PROOF FOR WOODEN BEAMS 

Patented August 8, 1882. 

Fire-Proof Tiles for Arches, Partitions 

and Furring. Also, Tiles for Protecting 

Wooden Floor Beams against Fuw. 

Artlflcial Stone and Bock Asinait 

P«Temo;it». 

JOHN J. SCHILLrNGKB, 

42r) East 92d Street, - New Ynrfc 

NAS9AU MOUUPING AND PLANING MILl^, 

Som. 67 to 83 iniDI>I.ETON ST., Office Sc Salesroom, Cor. I.ee Av. &. middleton !Si 

Telephone Call, 681 Williamsburg. BROOKLYN, N. Y. 

liOmber, KIonldlUKS, Trimmings, CelllUK, Siding, Pine and Sprnce Floorlns, 

Turulns and Scroll SaTrlng, Brackets, Stairs, Ralls, Netvels and Balnsters. 

JOHN F. CARRill 

Mahogany, Hardwood, 
Pine and California 

REDWOOD, 

Lumber and Shingles. 

AH thoroiij^hly Beasonod. 

543-557 W. 23d St., N.Y 




Z^T72!b^]B:E3£^ 



:iM 




C/O 



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NEW YORK SASH, DOOR AND BLIND CO. 




laiO SECOND AVENTIE, Between 03d and e4th Streets, NEW YOBS. 

Telephone 39tb Street, i. 



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JpiRE-PROOF B UILDIHa MATERIAJ^ 

RARITAN HOLLOW 
AND POROUS BRICK CO. 

M&Dofactarera ot 

HOLLOW FTRE CLAY AITO POBOXJS 

TERRA COTTA BRICKS FOR FLAT 

ARCHES, PARTITIONS, &0., &a 

115 BEOADWAY, N. Y. Telephone Call." John 340." 

^y-All our MawrUls are made of Fire Clay._^ 

Rend for New IHasn-ated 0-atalugrue. 



rUEISEY & ME WLET'1\ 

^ N. CHsanr. 0. Hkwlht. 

ARCHITECTURAL IRON 

WOKK FOB BUILDING PURPOSES. 
Office, 201 Broadway, N«w York. 

Works, Qreenpolnt, Long Island. 

Tables of Stren^ of Girdera, Beams, Posts and 
ColiupDs OP applicarioD ^^^^^^^^^^^ 

rUARD AGAINST 

" ERROR AND FRAUD 

IN YOUR TITLES. 
GERM AN -AMERICAN 

REAL ESTATE TITLE 
G U ARAN TEE CO. 

FT A MIXES AND INSURES TITLES AGAINST ALL 
DEFECTS. GIVES ABSOLLTE SECCRITY 

AND SAVES TIME AND MONEY. 

CAPITAL, HALF MILLION DOLLARS. 

OrriCE, No. 34 NASSAU STREET, 

Brooklyn Office, 303 Montague Street. 



nXEAM MiUKA.ULIU AJSD IXIWER 

^ ELEVATORS, 

STEEL AND IRON BOILERS, 

WHITTIER MACHINB CO., 
>1 Liberty St., New York. 1176 Tn-mont St., Boston. 



R. 



M. WALTERS, 
PIANOS, 

REKTZS AND SOLD ON EASY TERMS. 

Manufacturer of 
NARVESEN PIANO. 

University Place, Comer Twetft i Street. 



rpiCHBORNE & MELRUSE, 

-*■ Real Estate Brokers and 
General Appraisers, 

1018 THIED AVENUE, Near tiOth Street, New York. 

Money to Loan on Bond and Mortgage. 

Bfetatea Managed. Notary Public. 

rORHAM & DOWLINO, 

^ REAL ESTATE, 

West Side Lots a Specialty. 

9tb AVENUE, COR. 105th STREET. 

BOBBBT E. DowuNO. Wm. F. Qorhah. 



ALDEN & WBEELOuK, 
Real Estate & Insurance, 

Special attention given to property on Washington 
Heights and vicinity. 

IOth avenue, NEAR 152d STREET AND 
143 BROADWAY 

n M. CARROLL, 
^' REAL ESTATE, 

Renting and Sale of Busuess Property Oelow 14th SU 
especially, but throughout the city as well. 

291 BROADWAY, - - - Cor. Reade St. 



TiOOFlJSa, GRAVEL, SLATL& METAL 
jfl CORNICE WORK of every Description. 
VAULTS AND SIDE-WALLS made DAMP-PROOF. 
THE NEW YORK ROOFING COMPANY, 

437 E. 23a ST., Telephone 4S ;Jl»t St. 
EctabUahed 1S60. Incorporated 1873. 

TAMES BROOKS, 

Mantif acturer of 

SHELL LIME, 

FACTORY, Mth ST. ANT) 11th AV., NEW YORK. 
Masons and Farmeni Supplied. 

T?AIRCJdlLD <fc VE W ALLTEARSS, 

*■ Auctioneers 

and Real Estate Brokers, 

No. 171 BROADWAY. 

Bales of Real Estate and Securities at Exchange. 

Entire Charge Taken of E.*^tates. 



w. 



B. TAYLORS SONS, 



No. 844 SIXTH AVENUE, 
Between 47th and 48th Streets. 

Real Estace and Insurance. 

Money to Loan, 4, 4){ and 5 Per Cent. 



JIOWARD FLEMING, 

■LJ- 23 Liberty Street, New York. 

Sole Agents for 

WM. INGHAM & SONS' 

ENAMELED BRICKS, 

A 1 Colors and Sizes, 100,000 Kept in Stock. 

GIBB'S CEMENT. 

BEST ENGLISH PORTLAND. 
ROMAN CEMENT. KEENE'S CEMENT. 

J^IRST-CLASS 

^ ELECTRICAL WORK, 

BURGLAR ALARMS, ANNUNCIATORS 
GAS LIGHTING, CALL BELLS, Etc. 

At Reasonable Prices. 

Estimates cheerfully given. Twenty-flve years' 

practicaJ experience. 

HOLMES BURGLAR ALAR.M TELEGRAPH CO., 

518 Broadway, N»w York. 



J 'HE ELECTHICAL SUPPLY CO., 
17 DEY STREET, NEW YORK, 

We make a specialty of fitting Private Houses, Offices, 
Stores, Flats, Hotels, <S:c., with 

Burglar Alarms, Annuiiciators, Bells, 
SPEAKING TUBES AXD ELECTRICAL WORK. 

GAS LIGHTING. 

Being Manufactmvrs our Facilities are Extensive, 

When in Want we should be glad to 

Furnish Estimates. 

REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



JOSEPH CHAPMAN CO. (L'D), 

C/ New York and Established 

Philadelphia. IS40. 

INTERIOR 

DECORATIONS, 

Original Designs and Estimait;s Furnished. 
No. 24 EAST 4Sd STREET, - - NEW YORK. 

TjODGES & RAEALSET, 

Interior Decorations, 

LEADED GLASS, 

ARTISTIC FURNITURE, 
1416 F STREET, N. W., 1193 BROADWAY, 

Washington, D. C. New York City. 



rVHE TIFFANY 

GLASS COMPANY, 

883 and 835 Fourth Aykituk, 
New York. 

Stained and Mosaic Glass. 

Louis C. TlTFAiT, Pbinole Mitchkll, 

PRKs'T ASD ^ RT DIRSCTOB. VICB-PBKS"T AXn HASAOEH. 

JoH>' DuFAis, John Cbekbv Platt, 

SECHKTABT. TRSASCBEB 



PHAS. J. EVERETT, 

^ ARTIFICIAL STONE, 

SIDEWALKS, WATER-TIGHT CELLAR CON- 
CRETE, BETON COIUNET, HYDRAULIC 
CEMENT COMPOSITION OF ANY DESCRIPTION. 

No. 1384 Ninth Avenae. 

BcsDfEss references: 
Mr. Geo. S. Coe, Prea't American B^change Bank, 
12s Broadway, New York; Mr Henry M. Anthony, 
Runiford Chemical Works, 100 and 103 Reade Street, 
New York; Mr. Theo. B. Starr, Jeweler, 206 Fifth 
Avenue, New York; Mr. Joseph T. Wtiite, 2u6 Fifth 
Avenue, New York ; Prof. Herbert G. Torrey , U. S. 
Assayer, U. S. Assay Building. 



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'ACL AY, DAVIES & WALKER, 

REAL ESTATE 

AJND 

MORTGAGES. 

EQUITABLE BUILDING. 
ISO BROADWaV. - - - NEW YORK. 

J AS. S. McQUlLLEN, 

No. 145 Broadway. 

WEST SIDE LOTS AND BUILDERS' LOANS 
A SPECIALTY. 



ANDREW POWELL, 

■ci. 157 BROADWAY 

Branch Office, 72d Street, 8. W. Cor. 9th Avenue. 

WEST SIDE 

REAL ESTATE 

A SPECIALTY. 



n G. BENNET, 

^ * Appraiser of Beal Estate, 

150 BROADWAY, Cor. Liberty. 

REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND 

MORTGAGE BROKER. 

Money loaned on Bond and Mortgage at lowest rate. 

Management and care of property soUcited. 



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OWARD G. BAUGLEY, 

REAL ESTATE, 

WASHINGTON HEIGHTS PROPERTY A 

SPECIALTY. 
72 Wall Strset and 10th AYE>fB and 155th Street 

nUFF & CONGER, 

U Successors to WILSON J. T. DUFF, 

Heal Estate Agents and Brokers, 

1417 3d AVENUE, near 80th STREET, 

Telephone No. 51, 39th Street. 
Personal Attention given to Renting, Collecting and 
taking Entire Charge of Property. 

Edward M. DrrF. George H. Coxqer. 

T LO YDS 
Plate Glass Insurance Co., 

No, 68 WrLLL&.M ST , NEW YORK. 

Insures Plate Glass Against Accident, 

T UIS F. EMILIO, 
^ REAL ESTATE 

MORTGAGES, 

No. 51 N.4.SSAU 6TKEt.T, iS. V. 

Member of the Real Estate Exchange and Auction 

Room (L imited). 

L. MORDECAI, 
REAL ESTATE 

AND 

MORTGAGES, 

No. 62 LIBERTY ST., Rooms 2 and 3. 



A. 



-nUTCHER & GRAHAM, 
■^ Real Estate and Loans, 

(Schermerhom Building), 

No. 96 BROADWAY and No. 6 WALL ST. 

Management and Care of Property Solicited, 

Edwabs C. Bctcheb. Chas. B Grahak. 



ATjS^TF YORK& HARLEM 
J- » WIN DO W SUA DE CO. , 

Flats and Public Buildings Supplied with 

Wall Papers, Shades, 

Oil Cloths, Etc., 

S418 SECOND AVENUE, Cor. 124ih Street. 



IT ALEXANDER & CO., 1663 Broadway, Near 53d street. 

^- PAINTERS AND DECORATORS, 

NEW and OLD WORK promptly and reasonably executed. 

HARDWOOD FINISHING in all branches done in superior manner. 
GRAINING by the famous HULMES & SHORE PROCESS. 

Paper Hangings, Fresco Designs and Interior Decorations in large variety. 



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ENRY SCHLOERB & CO., 

SLATE, MARBLE AND WOOD MANTELS, 

GRATES, TILING AN'D GENERAL SLATE rt^ORK. 
Designers and Cabinet Makers. Also Dealers in Granite for Building Puiposas. Sole Agents for the 
Adamant Fire-proof Plaster in chromoUth tints, the latest and best invention for interior plastering. 

Factory. ROCHESTER, N. Y. 1673 BROADWAY, near 52d Street 



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USTAVOS ISAACS, 

Manufacturer ef 

CALCINED PLASTER, ROSENDALE CEMENT 

And Every Description of Fire-Proof Material. Viz: 

HOLLOW BURNT CLAY, POROUS TERRA COTTA AND PLASTER BLOCKS, 

Also Contractor for Ftimishing and Setting Same. 



MAIN OFnCIE, 81 BETHUNB 8XBEST, 



NSW t¥OBK. 



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TERMS: 

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Communications should be addressed to 

C. W. SWEET, 191 Broadway. 

J. T. LINDSEY, Business Manager. 



Vol. XL. 



JULY 2, 1887. 



No. 1,007 



The Governor has signed the bill changing our present system of 
indexing conveyances of real estate into what is known as the 
" block system." Originally the " defined boundary " within 
which Jsearchea were made was the State, more recently it has 
been the county, but under the new system in New York it will be 
the block. The commission appointed by ex-Governor Cleveland 
to suggest reforms in our cumbrous land transfers favored, it will 
be remembered, the "lot system" as being the most ideally perfect. 
But one member of the commission, Mr. D wight H. Olmstead. 
insisted that his colleagues were mistaken, and that to index by 
lots would create unbounded confusion and lead to a world of liti- 
gation. He succeeded in persuading the Legislature that he was 
right, and if the " block system " is as successful as he claims it 
will be, the fact will redound greatly to his credit. 



A Cattle Trust has been formed in Chicago, which may have 
important consequences not only on the price of meat, but in bring- 
ing to the front the question of the relation of the public to these 
anomalous organizations. A Trust is something more than a 
corporation, for it wields powers which no State charter can confer 
on any company. This particular Cattle Trust has been called 
into existence by the attitude of the so-called Big Four — that is, 
Armour, Swift and their two associates who have had a practical 
monopoly of the cattle killing business of Chicago. For some time 
past the cattle growers have been complaining that these four 
monoplizers of the meat business have combined to keep down the 
price of cattle on foot. The ranchman who brought his animals to 
market was forced to sell, and the Big Four have made cattle raising 
unprofitable. Hence the formation of the Trust, which has taken 
in one of the four, who has facilities for killing great quantities of 
cattle and utilizing the waste. Hence this Trust will not only be 
the owner of vast herds on the plains, but will kill the animals in 
Chicago and furnish the hogs and dressed beef in opposition to 
Armour and Swift. In this organization there are the seeds of even 
a worse monopoly than that it is intended to antagonize should an 
organized effort be made by a corporation to increase the price of 
the necessaries ot life. It will lead to a demand on behalf of the 
public for some regulation of these now irresponsible and powerful 
companies. 



The trial of Jake Sharp and the verdict against him present, 
some peculiar aspects which have not been considered by the daily 
press. There has been a very general agreement on the part of both 
the public and the press that his dealings with municipal intereste 
were of so criminal a character that he deserved and should receive 
condign punishment. This verdict, given in advance of the trials 
was so general and so marked that the jury was notified in advance 
that his acquittal or even a disagreement would not be tolerated by 
the public. When the jurors were being sworn in they were 
admonished in every way that they must find the prisoner guilty. 
Several of the called jurors were charged with embracery — with 
being bribed in advance — and every juror knew that if he hesitated 
in rendering a verdict of guilty he would be denounced unsparingly 
as a recipient of Sharp's money, ^and consequently a perjured 
scoundrel. The judge in the case, with a keen sense of the urgency 
of public opinion in this matter, did all he could to second the 
wishes of the community. There was no pretence in his case that 
there could be any doubt about Sharp's guilt. 



able to replace the lumbering and room-consuming omnibuses by a 
line of horse-cars below 14th street. Jnke Sharp finally gave New 
Vork what it had so long needed, but he had to comply with the 
conditions made, not by him, but by our system of local govern- 
ment. He bribed the Aldermen, and possibly corrupted one of the 
courts to give him a charter. The public got a swift and excellent 
horse-car service and the city treasury a handsome premium in 
money and a percentage on the receipts from passenger fares, 
ludeed, the bargain with the Broadway horse-car company was the 
best ever made, as a comparison with all the previous franchises 
granted by the city will show. 



What was Sharp's offense? the one for which he was tried and 
found guilty. For over thirty years a horse-oar road has been 
needed on Broadway. It was opposed by the late A. T. Stewart 
and other short-sighted Broadway property holders. They drove 
the retail business away from that thoroughfare to 6th and other 
aveuues by objecting to every improvement designed to facilitate 
traffic on the street in which they did business. Then the press was 
unanimous in declaring that every attempt to secure a horse-car 
franchise on Broadway was a steal. Yet, notwithstanding this 
vehement and long-continued opposition, every unbiassed citizen of 
New York possessed of common sense knew thzp it would be desir" 



We have no tears to shed over the fate of Jake Sharp. He is an 
old sinner, and whatever punishment he has or will receive has 
been merited, not indeed for this particular Broadway business 
but for previous offenses of the same character for which he was 
never called to account. But we have no hesitation in saying that 
his trial was a disgrace to the so-called court of justice in which it 
was conducted. The conduct of the judge was open to tha severest 
censure, and the combination made by court and press io bully the 
jury will always be a stain upon the administration of justice in 
New York. The part played by the newspapers was simply con- 
temptible. They merely voiced the vulgar prejudice of the hour, 
and not one of them has had the manliness to cry shame on this 
farce of a trial. Undoubtedly Sharp was guilty, but the most 
innocent man in the world would have been convicted if the same 
scandalous legal and press machinery was used. 



An evening paper revives a subject frequently discussed in these 
columns respecting the Increase of retail stores below the City Hall 
Park. When the elevated roads were built it was foreseen that it 
would increase the value of the lower part of the city as a business 
centre, biit very few thought of its possibilities in the way of retail 
traffic. It has since been found that tailors, shoemakers, dealers 
in men's underwear and vendors of engravings and bric-a brae, 
find a ready sale for their goods. People who are down town all 
day do not care to go shopping in the evening near their residences 
and they naturally patrouize establishments near their offices. 
The Evening Post now suggests that a large drygoods store some- 
where on Broauway, between Cortlandt and Chambers streets, 
might be well supported and perhaps rival some of the large estab- 
lishments between 14th and 31th streets. True, ladies who like to 
shop do not want to be conflaed to one store in a neighborhood, but 
there ought to be a large custom from people who live across the 
rivers and reach New York by way of the down-town ferries. 



The interest in this matter to our readers is the hint it gives as 
to the possibilities of prices for real estate on the extreme end of 
the lower portion of this island. The exchanges will naturally 
continue to grow in importance with the increase of the business of 
the country, and are not likely for the next century to be removed 
from their present locations. The great office buildings will neces- 
sarily continue to multiply, and, as the number of business men 
increases, there will be new customers for the retail stores. Hence 
it is not easy to limit the possible values of locations below the 
City Hall Park accessible to those who wish to purchase necessary 
articles of clothing. There is every reason to believe that Broad- 
way, Wall street and Broad street properties will in time sell 
higher than any realty in Paris or London, for nowhere else oa 
earth will there be such a throng of people on so limited a surface 
of ground. Further, a large proportion of them will be of the rich, 
spending class. 

In view of the future of down town, would it not be well to have 
one other wide thoroughfare besides Broadway. Elm street will 
sometime or other be widened and form a continuous avenue from 
the Brooklyn Bridge to 43d street. Why not continue the improve- 
ment to William street? French's Hotel and the adjoining build- 
ings should be taken by the city so as to enlarge the entrance to 
the Bridge. But a wide street should lead from the Bridge at least 
as far as Wall street. William street has not many valuable 
houses, and the cost need not be very great. With the growing 
traflBo of the lower part of the city there will be need of another 
street as wide as Broadway. Forty years ago Nassau etrest ought 
to have been widened and 8traighten»d from the Park to Wall 
street. At present this is out of the question in view of the costly 
buildings since erected on that narrow street. But it is not too 
late to give us the needed wide avenue by improving William 

street. 

a 

According to the Kansas City Real Estate Record of June 11th, 
the trauhftrs of property for the week ending at that date amounted 
to $2,475,353, which was an increase over the corresponding week 
of 1886 of $1,346,633 or 101.4 per cent. These are large figures and 
show a remarkable advance for so small a place. The New York 
figure for that same week was $4,745,317, while for the week 
ending June 18th the money laid out in purchaaes of real estate 



890 



The Record and Guld 



e. 



July 2, 188^ 



was 17,405,683. But the Kansas City figures are very large and 
very significant. 



The Figures for Six Months. 

The tables of conveyances, mortgages and new buildings given 
below show plainly that transactions have been moro numerous 
during the past six months than they were during the first half of 
1885 and 1886. 



Total No. of buildings projected, 

EBtlmated cost 

No. Bouth of 14th Bt 

Cost 

No. bet 14th and 59th sts. 



BUILDINGS PROJ&CT&D. 

1885. 
June. 



830 

, $5,151,426 

31 

. 1795,100 

_ - .38 

Cost 8499,475 

No. bet 59th and lasth sts, east of 5th av.. 97 

Cost $1,673,550 

No. bet 59th and 130th sta, west of 8th av.. 69 

Cost $1,223,000 

No. bet 110th and 135th sts, 5th and 8th avs. 19 

Cost $151,000 

No. north of 135th st 87 

Cost $354,375 

No. 23d and 24th Wards 39 

Cost $155,028 

1885, 



1686. 

June. 

495 

$6,733,755 

39 

$833,550 

45 

$668,375 

91 

$1,459,650 

14t 

$3,046,050 

33 

$477,000 

60 

$897,0,'iO 

S3 

$351,300 



1887. 

June. 

406 

$6,833,035 

30 

$644,850 

35 

$70&,400 

108 

$3,148,500 

69 

$1,980,000 

157 

$3,641,500 

857 

$5,661,305 

551 

$3,985,010 



January . 
February. 
March — 

April 

May 

June 



No. b'Id'KS, 
180 
211 
810 
43S 
365 
330 



Cosv. 

$3,100,400 
3,469.360 
3,953.950 
6,539,605 
5,70O.3J5 
5,151,435 



1880. . r— 1887 

No. b'ld'gs. Cost. No. b'ld'gp. 
203 $3,834,198 168 

5,336,600 

7,9(5,640 

7,309,805 

6,413,89ft. 

6,T3i.755 



359 
613 
403 
437 
495 



893 
887 
644 
4-.'6 
406 



Cost. 

$!,610,190 

6,366,530 

13,638,4.50 

11,08-J,395 

6,905,550 

6,833,025 



Total.. 



1,801 $36,9.5,065 2,453 $37,491,888 2,9i3 $17,316,140 



Bl'ILDINQS PBOJKOTED. 



Total No. of plans filed 

Total No. of buildings projected 

Estimated cost 

No. south of 14th St 

Cost 

No. bet 14th and 59th sts 

Coat 

No. bet 59th and 125th sts, east of 5th av. . . 

Cost 

No. bet 59th and 125th sts, west of 8th av. . . 

Cost ..••, 

No. bet 1 10th and 135th sts, 5th and 8th avs. . 

Cost 

No. north of 135th st 

Cost 

No. 28d and 24th Wards 

Cost 



1885. 
Jan. to 
June, inc. 
1,021 

1,804 
$30,905,056 

218 
$5,620,435 

332 
$5,665,80J 

37,1 
$6,496,73i 

281 

$4,683,330 

63 

$1,346,01,0 

348 
$3,278,235 

389 
$1,014,490 



1886. 

Jan. to 

June, inc. 

1,194 

2,858 

$37,491,888 

3J3 

$6,93'i,630 

3i.8 

$6,63 ',3'X) 

631 

$8,104,900 

612 

$9,9:3,500 

135 

$1,024,350 

338 

$3,312,780 

391 

$1,030,531 



18S7. 

Jan. to 

June, Inc. 

1,338 

2,933 

$47,815,140 

358 

$7,869,250 

299 

$5,486,600 

641 

$11,716,375 

660 

$11,051,600 

157 

$3,641,600 

357 

$5,504,305 

551 

$3,985,610 



CONVttVANCES. 



1887. 
January.. 
February . 
Maroh — 

April 

May 

June 



Conveys. 

990 

9S8 
1,431 
1,836 
1,46) 
1,450 



Total 8,151 

188G. 
January . 
February 
March .. 

April 

May 



1,133 
935 
1,397 
1,764 
1,311 



June 1,214 

Total 7,684 



1885. 
January.. 
February.. 

March 

April 

May 

June 



Amount. 

$17,581,862 
17,746,313 
38.101,783 
36,I20,35J 
29.747 791 
30 716,4 ;4 

$160,014,333 

*$34,2}7,117 
18,078,313 
26,8il,993 
38,8:19,411 
36.399,153 
21,006,909 

$144,333,901 



Nora. 33d & 3^lth W. Amount. 



938 

777 

938 

1,361 

1,118 

1,014 



Total 6,138 



$13, 
11 
15, 
24 

18, 
20, 



158 
631 

,378, 
,797 
,581 
,')50, 



882 
415 
,,0:B 
,393 
,371 
,963 



$103,987,853 



181 
193 
833 
257 
288 
2G6 



833 
lliO 
846 

2l8 
179 



1,3« 



26-> 
246 
2:J0 
193 
231 
213 

1,377 



183 

IB; 

211 
263 

■.no 

3:;5 



$^74.93r 
0)5,1197 

1.3:9,160 

1,310,673 
770,613 

1,431,335 



1,393 $6,36I,SJ3 



14) 

115 
133 
190 
167 



955 



116 
88 
97 
130 
1:6 
167 



$•.37,055 
.509 453 

1,173.839 
612,9 3 
639,473 
533,530 

$3,911,857 



$173..'>08 
3.36,351 
3'lt,165 
453,876 
374.930 
6J3,934 

$.',144,743 



Nom. 

3S 
38 
87 
36 
47 
43 



163 



173 



1887. 
January.. 
February. 
March — 

April 

May 

June 



No. 

Morta. 

970 

959 

1,2,55 

1,657 

1,259 

1,361 



Amount. 

$9,435,430 
11,0<.)7,3« 
15,076,839 
18,083,03) 
17,030,181 
19,381,510 



No. at 
5 p. ( 

433 
451 
660 
830 
6.30 
076 



HORTOAOES. 

No. at 
less than 
Amount. 5 p. c. 
$1,875 314 
4,914,631 
7,303,9.'S 
8,457,905 
8,193,439 
8,907,459 



9? 
83 
136 
213 
139 
146 



Amount. 
1,313,860 
3.847,100 
2,570,805 
2,:197,856 
2,361,817 
2,133,126 



Banks, 

T.& 
I. Cos. 

137 

117 

23) 

202 

193 

249 



Amount. 

$.',363,080 
2,394,.500 
3.796,973 
4,369,990 
3,410,072 
6,304,654 



Total. 



i',364 $90,103,313 3„739 $13,551,7:.0 798 $13,638,664 1.108 $32,637,109 



January... 
February.. 

March 

April 

May 

June 



953 1$12,803,438 
810 8,368,199 
11,749,042 
14,946 033 
14,106,864 
13.387,179 



1,0:18 
1,418 
1,383 
1,093 



453 
835 
563 
780 
634 
545 



$5,445,439 
4,811.134 
6 963,305 
7,967,830 
7,158,388 
6,006,757 



47 
49 
9J 
147 
135 
97 



$896,350 
930,010 
2,UM.550 
2,903.0.50 
2,160,150 
1,977,457 



141 

98 
138 
173 
197 
168 



$3,501,400 
3.030,000 
2.939,050 
2,981,300 
2,830,960 
2,737,100 



Total... 6,687 $74,230,731 3,394 $.36,784,763 567 $11,010,467 903 $16,015,810 



1885. 
January... 
February.. 
March.. .. 

April 

May. 



937 
657 
766 
1,069 
953 
June 904 



$7,924,718 
7,047,933 
8,133,998 

13,314,907 
9,294,741 

10,863,333 



445 
385 

:m3 

637 
464 
407 



$4,051,533 
2,939,874 
2,781,488 
5,865,774 
4.687,830 
6,186,102 



31 
17 
29 
37 
Si7 
19 



$380,.308 
407,667 
803,810 

1,001,6(10 
703,-,00 
836,637 



129 
75 
117 
159 
163 
120 



$1,793,650 
1,473,100 
2,617.975 
8,104,900 
2,847.060 
8,834,435 



Total.... 6,331 $55,539,673 2,461 $35,505,^ 



159 $3,634,313 762 $14,570,550 



•Includes transferor N. Y. & Brooklyn Ferry Co. for $3,000,000. 
J Includes mort. of same for $1,000,000. 



EIMQS COUNTY PROJECTED BDILDINQS. 



Total 
No. 

b'gs. 
866 

333 
434 
411 
260 
299 



—1886 — 
No. of 
brick 
b'gs. 

106 

113 

278 

289 

143 

160 



No. of 
frame 
b'gs. 

160 

115 

146 

133 

107 

ISO 



Total 
No. 

b'KS. 
199 
290 
475 
484 
477 
409 



-1887 — 
No. of 
brick 
b'gs. 
55 
112 
268 
215 
241 
193 



Jan. 
Feb. 
Mar, 
Apr. 
May 
June 

Total. ilafs \^i 790 2,874 1,087 1,197 $9,807,417 $10,845,97 



No. of 
frame 
b'gs. 
144 

173 
207 
219 
233 
216 



$1 



Cost. 

,105,310 

814,685 

374,4.30 

,335,816 

,8 3,196 

,305,5.)0 



1887. 

Cost. 
$764,855 
1,117,435 
8,196,033 
8,138,3:10 
2,449,865 
3,350,471 



The Down-Town Club. 

Lunching clubs are not peculiar to New York among great 
commercial cities, but for several reasons they attain their highest 
development here. In no other American city are the distances 
between residence and business so great, and in no other is it so 
inevitable that the man who goes to business in the morning goes 
" to make a day of it." The provision for the mid-day eating of 
business men, besides the restaurants, is abundant, from the Mer- 
chants' Club in Leonard street to the new Down-Town Club in 
Pine street. 

This latter edifice is one of the illustrations that multiply all 
around us of the enormous amount of money that is to spare in 
New York. He who takes his luncheon in a restaurant may lunch 
not merely in comfort but in luxury for less money, taking it alto- 
gether, than he pays out in a club. Yet here is a big house, ornate 
outside and sumptuous within, of which practically the sole func- 
tion is to enable some hundreds of busy men to take one hurried 
meal a day, six days in the week, under circumstances of more 
exclusiveness than can be had in the restaurants, 

Mr. Haight is the architect of the new building, of which the 
interior arrangements are wonderfully complete, with every appli- 
ance imaginable, and some which most people, even of those who 
are most familiar with the economy of clubs and restaurants, would 
not imagine, for comfort, for convenience, and, above all, for 
promptness and dispatch in serving meals. Our business, however, 
is with the architecture, which is very interesting; the more inter- 
esting because the club very wisely determined to put up a build- 
ing for its own exclusive use, and not to make a speculation of its 
investment by devoting any part of the structure to rooms for rental. 
It ought to be better understood than it is that to attempt to answer 
in one building half a dozen different and unrelated purposes is an 
endeavor fatal to architecture. As an architect has put it, it is diffi- 
cult to design a monument, but to combine a monument with an 
observatory and a boarding-house is impossible. An " institution," 
even a commercial institution, ought to forego building, even with 
the prices of land what they are in New York down-town, until 
t ca n build for its own use exclusively; whereas, in the way 
in which things are going, we may almost expect the lay 
trustees of the Cathedral to insist that " waste" space shall be 
utilize! by storej in the crypt, njwspaper and flower stands in tlie 
triforium, and bachelors' apartments over the nave vault. 

The building of the Down Town-Club has about 50 feet of front- 
age on Pine street and the same extent of " backage," so to speak, 
on Cedar, below William, a frontage that carries very well the five 
stories of which it is composed, but that would be inadequate, if 
the club had insisted upon three stories for rental, to give its build- 
ing any breadth or dignity. It is divided vertically into three 
parts, a basement of two stories in brown stone, a superstructure 
of three in buff brick and buff terra cotta, itself subdivided by the 
main cornice into a main portion of two stories and an attic of one. 
A peculiarity of the general composition is that the third story, the 
first of the superstructure, is the principal story of the building, an 
arrangement which results from the fact that it contains the main 
dining-rooms, this fact being itself a result of the placing of the 
kitchens at the top of the building. 

The division laterally is threefold also, each of the subdivisions 
being marked by a single opening in the principal story and a pair 
or a group of smaller openings in each of the subordinate stories. 
The feature of the ground floor is the entrance, a low three-centred 
arch heavily moulded, in which alone and in its appurtenances we 
detect Mr. Haight's fondueaa for " Collegiate Gothic." The form of 
the arch, its mouldings and the treatment of the English Gothic capi- 
tals that crown the shafts of the jambs recall the architect's other 
work. Elsewhere the treatment is consistently Romanesque, of the 
Proventjal variety which the late Mr. Richardson naturalized here 
and in which Mr, Robertson among our New York architects has 
worked with eminent success. The floral decoration is of that crisp 
leafage, in low relief, which we classify as Byzantine, and which 
lends itself with peculiar facility to execution in moulded and 
baked clay. The doorway is a picturesque ard effective feature, 
surmounted as it is by a shallow balcony, not a practical balcony 
since its platform is considerably below the windows which open 
upon it, the sill course of the windows being in fact produced to 
form the railing of the balcony. Tall and shallow corbels sustain 
this balcony, springing from the impost of the archway and covered 
with carved leafage, with which the conoid at the outer corner of 
the balcony is also adorned. On each side of the doorway is a pair 
of square-headed openings covered with flat arches, and the second 
story has three pairs of these. Over this second story another 
shallow balcony traverses the whole front. This also is an imprao- 
ticable, or not easily practicable balcony, but it is very effective as 
an architectural device, as marking an important level in the build- 
ing and as emphasizing the change of material which occurs at 
this level. 

The third story has three large and effective round arches; these 
arches spring froin low, broad piers, with capitals admirable in 



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The Record and Guide. 



891 



design aud execution. The arches themselves are of brick with 
a simple roll-moulding at the intrados and a decorated label of terra 
cotta. 

The fourth story shows three pairs of flat arches in terra cotta, the 
muUions and jamb shafts columns of the aame^material. Above this 
is a tall terra cotta cornice of slight projection, and over this is the 
attic. Triplets of flat arched openings are aligned over the piers 
below, and divided from each other by single colonnettes, while 
clusters of these colonnettes, four or five, according to the space, 
correspond to the wall spaces of the lower stories. The whole super- 
structure is framed by a large half-round moulding at each end, 
running through from the stone basement to the top of the building, 
and interrupted only by the main cornice, above which it reappears. 

The Cedar street front is in the main a repetition of that on Pine 
street, except that there is no doorway, the ground floor here 
having three flat arches in stone. The second has three like arches 
in red brick. There is a balcony over the basement, not detached, 
but engaged in the wall and obviously an architectural device 
merely. The upper three stories repeat the other front in red brick 
and red terra cotta. The building is a very welcome addition to 
our street architecture, being elective in composition, happy in 
color, and especially well studied in its decorative detail. 



The proposition to deal in silver in the New York market with a 
view to determining its price is naturally attracting attention in 
London, a city which has had a monopoly of the trade in silver 
since the demonetization of that metal. The English journals argue 
that it is the consumers who determine the price of an article, not 
the producers; hence Manchester fixes the price for cotton and 
Liverpool the price of wheat. Still New York does occasionally 
determine for itself the price of cotton, and Chicago has lately 
attempted to put a valuation upon wheat higher than that paid for 
that food product in other centres. As a deficient crop in this 
country may raise the price of wheat in Europe, a corner in silver 
in a country which produces nearly half of the silver in the world 
may affect its market value for a time at least even in London. 
The London World has the following remarks on this interesting 
topic: 

" Instead of attempting a ' comer ' la wheat they should have cornered 
silver ! In the Srst place, it would have been a far less expensive opera- 
tion; for very little buying would have greatly aflfected the silver market 
here, and there would have been no necessity for Incurring all the heavy 
charges attendant upon lockuig up in warehouses so large a quantity of 
wheat. In the next, as the price of silver rose, so would the price of wheat 
naturally follow. The Americans, wide awake as ^osual, begin to see this 
now, aud we may prepare ourselves for seeing them try their hands at a 
' silver corner.' The scheme of Mr. Jordan, of the new Western National 
Bank, will assist them most materially, for by its means the certificates of 
silver deposits will, as transferable documents, be available as security for 
advances. The prospects thus opened up are immense. We shall see the 
price of silver rise or fall at the sweet will of a Mr. Gould or a Mr. Armour, 
a corresponding movement in the prices of all commodities, the India 
exchanges and India trade thoroughly disorganized, and the hearts of the 
numbers of the India Council— those grave and potent signiors, usually so 
full of wisdom— will fail them for fear." 



The outcry against the " loop" in the elevated track lines at the 
Battery is really in the interest of the Manhattan Company, 
though ostensibly against that grasping corporation ; for had the 
"loop" been authorized it would have been possible to ride from 
any point on the east side to any point on the west side without 
paying an extra fare. The clamor of the press has resulted in 
settling the question oflScialiy that an extra fare can be charged 
when a passenger changes cars at South Ferry. Under the new 
ruling of the Rapid Transit Commissioners the Manhattan Com- 
pany will not have to pay anything extra to the city treasury for 
the extension of their lines to the ferries. Still, this will be a great 
public convenience, whether the Manhattan Company p'^.ys for the 
franchise or not. Some day the elevated roads may run from the 
Brooklyn Bridge through the widened and improved Elm street to 
42d street, there to connect with a sunken track, thus giving a new 
line of rapid tranrit from the City Hall Park to the Harlem River. 



Notwithstanding the prosperous times the organizations of the 
working classes are being worsted in many places in their conflicts 
with their employers. The bricklayers have been defeated in 
Chicago, while the shoemakers in the Eastern States have failed 
signally to achieve the objects they had in view. The victory has 
been won by the employers whenever they were organized. In 
prosperous times the unions have a fair chance of getting the better 
of their employeru when the latter act singly ; but when the bosses 
come together they have many advantages over their workingmen. 
The great trouble is that-the employers are often rivals in business, 
and it goes againat the grain for them to co-operate with other 
employers ; yet thsy are learning the lesson that organization must 
be better by orgauiization if the two partiea^are to pontend on 
equal teruB, 



Our Prophetic Department. 

Lame Dijck — Yes; I acknowledge that I was badly bitten in the 
recent semi-panic in Wall street, and I feel angry enough to wish 
all manner of ill luck to Jay Gould and Russet Sage, especially the 
former, for the flurry was purely a matter of manipulation, and 
they were the chief agents in reducing the bank accounts of thou- 
sands of people who never had harmed them. 

Sir Oracle — It is hardly justifiable to say that the break was 
entirely due to Jay Gould and Russel Sage. The explosion of the 
wheat deal and the very bad failure of the Fidelity Bank occurring 
as they did at the close of the fiscal year when money would be 
scarce and tight, were circumstances that were taken advantage of 
by the two capitalists mentioned, to affect certain personal objects 
they had in view. There are very few operators on the "street" 
that would not have done the same had the chance been given 
them. 

L. D — That would not have made it right. It I met a man on 
a lonesome road who puts a pistol at my head aud forces me to 
give up my money I can punish him if the otficers of the law can 
catch him. Gould and Sage, it seems, wanted to get rid of Cyrus 
W. Field as one of their colleagues in the management of the Man- 
hattan Elevated road, aud they took advantage of his temporary 
embarrassment to force him to sell his controlling interest, but in 
doing this they made a raid on prices generally and injured tens of 
thousands of people who had never harmed them. Now I say this 
was outrageous. The newspapers make a fuss about the Communists, 
who are generally a lot of beer-drinking cranks, who hurt nobody 
but themselves. Yet Mr. Gould sweeps in ten to fifteen million 
dollars of other people's money, including that of his late friend, 
Cyrus "W. Field, and no one complains of the heartless 
villainy he has practiced. Here is a man, frail in health, with 
more money than he knows what to do with ; yet he deliberately 
sets out to create confusion in the financial world, so that he may 
get the property of other people. He takes advantage of other 
people's dire necessities to rob them. It is enough to make one 
frantic to read the diatribes of the journals of the day against the 
Socialists and Communists, when this gigantic robber is allowed to 
exist and continue his depredations upon the property of the com- 
munity, including his own intimate associates. For what crime 
did wo send Herr John Most to the Penitentiary for a year ? Merely 
for talking foolishly. The man never injured anybody but himself. 
His words were wild ; his advice to his readers and hearers incen- 
diary, but no harm ever came of it. Yet society punishes the man 
who merely vapors and has scarcely condemnation for this Wall 
street wrecker, who so remorselessly plunders the public. What 
he has done during the past week was but a repetition of his raid 
last December, when he broke the market apparently in mere 
wantonness. For, on that occasion, it does not appear that it 
yielded him any personal profit. 

Sir O. — Well, you have made quite a speech, and I suppose that 
those who were hurt in the street during the past week would 
sympathize in a great deal you say, although they would hardly 
agree with you on the Most question. Jay Gould has some friends; 
but Herr Most has not any that I ever heard of. 

L. D, — I do not believe that Gould has any friends. He has 
shown a great deal of tact in forming alliances with strong men in 
Wall street ; but I fancy, like Richard III., he sometimes realizes 
that there is no one who 

" Loves him while living, 
Nor his memory when dead." 

I think he is hated, as the late A. T. Stewart was hated by his 
defeated rivals in business. An abnormal development of the pre- 
dacious instinct does not inspire human affection, for Gould is, I 
think, regarded as a kind of human shark. 

Sir O. — I am disposed to regard Jay Gould in a somewhat more 
philosophic temper than you are. So far as business matters are 
concerned, I do not think he has been troubled by any considera- 
tions of right and wrong. He is without any personal vices and 
has all the family virtues, but in dealing with corporate securities 
of his rivals in the street, his instinct is to look out for Jay Gould, 
first, last and always. I do not think he is a malicious man. He 
finds certain conditions prevailing in the financial world which he 
uses for his own benefit. If other people are hurt, that is their 
own lookout, not his. He does not set out to injure them; he sim- 
ply wishes to accomplish certain ends of his own. Consider for a 
moment the crisis we have just passed through. Field had a con- 
trolling interest in Manhattan stock ; he is probably as greedy a 
hog as ever appeared in the world of business. In this he is very 
like Jay Gould himself. But he likes to pose as a public benefactor 
and philanthropist. He is proud of his share in the work of origin- 
ating the Atlantic cable, and he thinks New York owes him a debt 
of gratitude for the elevated railroad system. To him the public 
is indebted for the five cent fares. Gould and Sage thought the 
reduction premature, at least so far as the west side was concerned. 
But Field carried his paint, yet he wanted to eat his cake and have it 
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the investing public Bomewheres between 1T5 and 200. So sure was 
he o£ the success of his scheme that he carried large amounts of it on 
margin, but the anticipated buyers at high prices never appeared. 
In the meanwhile Field got in trouble through his connection with 
his son and son-in-law in the Chicago wheat deal. His available 
funds ran low, and then came Gould and Sage's opportunity to 
force him to surrender his Manhattan stock, which he had to do at 
about 90. Those decisions of Judge Ingraham were very opportune 
80 far as Gould's purposes were concerned. They could not have 
been more so had the matter been planned bet«feen the Judge and 
the speculator. 

L. D. — Is there no moral to be drawn from these recent occur- 
rences 7 

Sib O. — It seems to me that our banking system is vitally defec- 
tive when it is in the power of a few rich capitalists to lock up 
most of the available money in the street. The modus operandi, 
as I understand it, is as follows : When a lock-up is decided upon 
the conspirators find out what the available surplus of the banks 
is most depended upon by the street. Bank A is first visited. Its 
surplus, say, is $500,000. The monef is offered at 6 per cent. A 
certified check is passed in borrowing the money for seven or ten 
days. These funds, mark you, are never called for, but the banks 
never dare to lend them out, for they may be demanded. Bank 
after bank is visited and the same kind of locking-up re.'^orted to. 
The conspirators then demand their call loans all over the street. 
The bankers and brokers who have customers with the ordinary 
margins are forced to apply to the banks to renew their loans, but 
the f imds in their vaults. The result is a money panic, high rates of 
interest, the wiping out of margins and the forced liquidation of 
etocks. Now the only change that I can think of would be the 
adoption of the London system, which provides for settling up 
twice a month. Our Consolidated Exchange uses a Clearing House 
and settles only once a week, thus rendering impossible the pinches 
that so often occur in our stock market. 

L. D. — Why is not this system adopted by the regular Stock 
Exchange ? 

Sir O. — Because, I judge, the banks, bankers and money lenders 
prefer the present system. It gives them a harvest at least twice a 
year. It may be death to stock operators, but these scares and 
panics are very profitable to all who have monny on call in Wall 
street. This money-lending interest is a very powerful one in the 
Stock Exchange. 

L. D. — What is your judgment of the immediate future of the 
markets ? 

Sir O. — Oq the principle that lightning does not strike twice in 
the same place, there ought not to be any immediate danger of a 
repetition of the occurrences of the last eight days. With the 
government and dividend disbursements in Ju'y, gold coming this 
way from abroad, there ought to be a better market for securities, 
more particularly when we take into consideration the heavy 
increase in the business of the railroads as compared with former 
years. I look for higher prices in wheat and corn than those which 
now obtain. 



Buddensiecks in Rome. 

There is evidently not so much holiness in the " Sacred City " as 
to altogether exclude some of the worst features of modern 
commercial wickedness. It appears that the Buddensiecks have 
been carrying on very extensive operations in the new parts of the 
City of Rome; so general, indeed, has their disgraceful work become 
that the municipal authorities are at last in arms. Now it requires 
a good deal to arouse the official indignation of the ordinary Italian 
functionary, and we can well believe that the statements recently 
made in the London limes do notexaggerate the facts. According 
to that newspaper the houses in the new parts of the city are so 
flimsily constructed that many have toppled over into their own 
front yards — sat down from mere inability to carry their four or 
five stories. The fronts of these edifices are of the commonest 
stucco work, and the partitions are not substantial enough 
to prevent the inhabitant of one house enjoying the odors of 
his neighbor's dinner and whatever wit his light wine engenders. 
The sanitary arrangements are characterized as "indecent" 
even for Italy, and all know that this word has a very gauzy and 
unsubstantial existence in Southern Europe compared to what it 
has in the North. The result of this is that the municipality has 
passed more stringent laws regarding the construction of buildings, 
and the funniest thing of all is that the builders have organized 
themselves to protest against this invasion of their "rights and 
privileges" — evidently " ancient" ones. Rome has given many ot 
our architects their lessons, but we trust it will be a long time 
before our builders go to her Bchool, at least so far as modern 

Btructvires are concerned. 

• 

The new municipal building authorized by the last Legislature 
is very much needed. It is to be constructed in the City Hall Park 
on the corner of Chambers and Centre streets. It ought to be a 

Btniotuire worthy of the city. It is to contain not only the criminal 



courts, but will have accommodations for the various municipal 
departments which now have quarters in private buildings and for 
whose accommodation the city pays over $100,000 in rents per 
annum. The law as enacted does not limit the expense of the 
building, but it is hardly possible that the scandals of the Old 
Court House, built by Tweed, will be repeated. It is a pity 
the City Hall Park is to be encroached npon, and it is to be desired 
the location will not interfere with the extension of Elm street to 
the Bridge. At any rate, we all hope that the building will be a 
credit to the metropolis. 



Real Estate in New York and Elsewhere. 

Owners, dealers and other persons interested in real estate have 
no doubt noticed, when looking over our tables of transfers and 
mortgages for New York city, that there has been a surprising 
increase in the number of transactions during the past few weeks. 
Of course it must be remembered that the official figures we give 
represent transactions made three weeks or a month previous. It 
takes that time, under our perverse and absurd land laws, to 
make sure of title. We give below tables showing the conveyances 
and mortgages recorded in New York city and Brooklyn during the 
month of June, and for the sake of comparison place beside them 
corresponding figures for the same period of 1886. They tell their 
own story, and a most suggestive one it is : 

CONTETANCES— NEW TOBK CITY. 

, 1885. , . 1887. , 

No. Amonnt. No. Amount. 

First week ending in June 36S $~,f95,BS5 4ii $3,765,529 

Second ' 291 4,8!1.871 883 4,7«.247 

Third 272 4,633,369 315 7,415,68-1 

Fourth 199 3,037,184 853 6.467.757 

Totals 1,133 $30,387,009 1,313 $37,3»4,215 

ANNEXED DISTRICT. 

. 1886. , , 1867. , 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 

First week ending In June 86 $S1,417 58 $175,999 

Second 53 131.401 44 390.265 

Third 47 89.636 06 396,900 

Fourth" " " 44 169,600 61 893,755 

Totals 180 $463,044 239 $1,361,919 

MORTGAGES— NEW YORK CITY. 

18S6. 1887. 

First week ending in June $3,337,173 $1.4^1,483 

Second" " " 2,665,753 3,306,188 

Third " " " 2,913,582 6,796,333 

Fourth " " " 2,152,373 4,321,637 

Totals $11,067,780 $17,878,546 

CONVEYANCES— BROOKLYN. 

. 18S6. . , 18S7. , 

No. Amt. No. Amt. 

Fir»t week ending In June 215 $1,399,405 838 $1,973,371 

Second 210 949.06'J 263 1,117,799 

Third " " " 199 862,208 293 997,083 

Fourth " " " 175 661,217 866 1,240,282 

Totals 839 $3,871,912 1,157 $5,383,485 

MORTGAGES— BROOKLYN. 

18S6. 1887. 

First week ending in June $712,313 $1,837,148 

Second 595 433 1,024.125 

Third " " " 713.G76 l,20ii,2g9 

Fourth " " " 693.837 836,729 

Totals $3,714,533 $1,898,291 

These figures certainly seem to indicate that there is in this city 
unusual activity in real estate speculation, very similar to that in 
Western towns, for it is to be noticed that building with us does 
not keep pace with the dealings in realty. There is evidently a 
strong speculative movement in vacant property under way in both 
the metropolis and its neighborhood. As yet this fact is perhaps 
hardly established beyond all doubt. What we notice may be 
merely a spasmodic movement that will be followed by a reaction- 
ary calm, but if the coming weeks continue to show an increase in 
the number of transfers over those of last year we shall feel little 
hesitation in declaring that a speculative movement of some impor- 
tance is in progress. 

In looking over the mortgage record and comparing it with 
previous years it will be seen that more and more money is required 
to carry real estate. 

In this connection it may be well to restate some of the conclu- 
sions on the subject given last week in The Record and Guide. 
Edward Atkinson estimated in 1885 that about $300,000,000 was 
spent in 1884 in the construction of new buildings in the United 
States. A writer recently estimated, in the Tribune, that $180, 000,- 
000 would be expended this year in building, but if the statistics so 
far collected by Bradstreet's have any value our building bill for 
1887 will amount to over $700,000,000, and if kept up at the rate 
maintained during the spring will reach $800,000,000 or more. 

We were enabled, for the first time, to give an estimate of the 
total transfers in the United States, and showed that they might 
amount to $3,000,000,000. Of course we do not vouch for the 
exactness of these figures. They are only estimates, though careful 
estimates, based u{X)n such statistics as are forthcoming from 
thirty-five cities of the Union. The imposjibility of obtaining 
otficial figures from even the important centres of population 
precludes absolute accuracy. It is greatly to be deplored that a 
business so vital, of such magnitude, one looking up so much of 

the nation's capiwl.. dops not rec^iye some attention from the 



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general government in a statistical way. The locking up of capital 
in railroad enterprises haa undoubtedly assisted, if indeed it has 
not been one of the prime factors of, financial depreftsions in Great 
Britain and this country. But the money locked up this year in 
new railroads will not compare with the amount locked up in 
buildings of all kinds, and we believe that if a commercial 
depression occurs within the coming two years it will be due as 
much to the overbuilding of houses as to any other cause. 

Meanwhile, our dealers will watch with interest^the increasing 
transactions in real estate, as shown by official figures. These show 
even a greater increase over 1886 than the figures for new building. 
The transfers in New York city for the past five months are 
$6,000,000 greater than in the same period of 1886, an exceptionally 
heavy year. 

In Philadelphia the increase amounts to about |5,000,000, very 
much greater proportionately than in New York. In Brooklyn the 
increase is over $1,500,000; in Chicago over $2,000,000; in Kansas 
City over $20,000,000; in St. Paul, $9,500,000; in Wichita, nearly 
$33,000,000; in Denver, nearly $13,000,000, and in Little Rock over 
$1,000,000. Are we to regard such an increase over a phenomenal 
year like 1886 as normal ? And side by side with this we find a 
great increase in new building all over the country in big cities, 
little towns and country places. We have already given staiistics 
on this point, to which we may add as an indication for the Pacific 
slope, Los Angeles, Cal., where in all 1886 $4,055,504 of new 
buildings were erected, while in the first five months of 1887 the 
amount is estimated by Bradstreet's at $8,000,000. The land 
transfers in the same place were $7,298,474 in the first five months 
of 1886, but this year they are $30,526,063. 



Recent statistics showing changes in the commerce of the world 
emphasized the fact that the German race is foremost in the compe- 
tition for foreign trade. We Americans can afford to be quite just 
in this matter, for our citizens cut no figure at all in international 
trade. Our tariff keeps us at home. We have nothing to sell 
to the world but raw products — surh as cotton, grain, provisions 
and petroleum. England continues to be the great manufacturing 
centre of the world, but wherever the German merchants have 
secured a foothold they are taking the place of English traders. 
This is true of nearly all parts of the world, civilized and uncivil- 
ized. The Germans are better educated than the English; they are 
more enterprising; and far more economical. It is clearly the 
highest ambition of its statesmen to extend the commerce of the 
German empire ; to do which may involve in the not distant future 
the annexation of Holland and as much of Belgium as lies on the 
east bank of the Rhine. 



— A novel match-box is in the form of a cigar faithfully copied even to 
the veins in the wrapper and to the red label. 

— Rush-seated furniture is much admired, particularly if it be painted 
white. 

— Pretty lamp ehades are easily made and are always appreciated by 
those who receive them. Simple globe covers can he made of colored silk 
handkerchiefs; pale pink, blue and yellow are the best colors. A circular 
piece is out out of the centre of the hani'kerchiof, the size of the opening in 
the globe; this is hemmed and drawn up a little if necessary. The soft silk 
bangs very gracefully and the effect of the light very soft and delicate. 

— Daggers, composed of Chinese coins woven together with green and 
crimson silk cords, are pretty ornaments for a library. 

— Sofa cushions are not the atrocities in form and color that they once 
were. Very handsome cushions are now made by using tapestry-wrought 
designs and tapestry colors bordered by old red, old blue or oUve plush, to 
harmonize with the covering. 

—In piazza furniture very pleasing is a sofa of nickel mounted bamboo 
from Vienna. The seat is upholstered flatly in Brussel's carpet of soft 
coloring, and the edges are trimmed with Oriental looking fringe. Among 
other attractive pieces are work baskets, tables and foot stools. 

— Oaken settles, carved in elaborate patterns with handsome bevelled mir- 
rors, with hooks in the frames, have completely superseded the old-fash- 
ioned hall stand. 

— There is a rage for tables of all sorts. Many of these are chosen in the 
white wood and decorated to suit the fancy ; others are made white with 
enameled paints and decorated very simply with tracings of gold or silver. 

X — Towels of mommie cloth and huckabuck are often embroidered in white 
with various devices, and have borders of drawn work ; they are also 
marked with initials or monograms. 



The losses by fire in the iTuited Stntes and Canada for the first 
five months of 1887 have approached $5-3,000,000, against $44,150,000 
for the corresponding period last year, and the losses for the whole 
year 1887 are likely to prove greater than those of any other single 
year since that of the Bwton fire, 1873. This increasing waste 
affords ground for groat dissatisfaction and alarm, and there is no 
doubt that it arifies from the modern plan of insuring property for 
the full value and more and trusting to luck and scaling down the 
losses after they occur. Old insurance men believe and know that 
the " moral hazard " is the greatest part of the risk, and that poli- 
cies should always be so drawn that a fire should cause some 
material amount of loss to the holders. Insurance rates might then 
cease to be ruinously high, and the fearful waste by fire which 
directly or indirectly affects all classes of society would be greatly 
reduced. The State ought to regulate this matter without delay, 
though stockholders desiring to take gambling risks for the sake of 

large dividends might object. 

• 

Home Decorative Notes. 

— India silks in the real mandarin yellow and framboise are much hked 
for window draperies, the outer edge being trimmed with a fringe of tiny 
tassels of the same shade. The curtains may hang full and straight or tied 
back with ribbons. 

—Moorish lattice work, in cherry and other fine woods, for transoms over 
parlor doors and windows, to fill in arched or other spaces, comes in verj 
ornamental combinations, as rings and acorn-shaped pendants with brass 
mountings. 

Chinese and Japanese musical instruments ore becoming popular for 
ornamental purposes. 

—Space hardly permits of all the odd conceits that are seen in metal this 
year. Very choice designs in brass chairs are shown; some of them are 
all metal, others have the spindles in mahogany. There are book-stands 
for holding a single large volume, and racks for music or pictures. Among 
the most artistic and desirable articles in brass are the cabinets made of 
twisted tubing, with mahogany shelves ; a brsss railing runs around the 
top, with brajs spindles. 

— Boiling water, made strong with ammonia, will clean willow chairs 
admirably. 

— An extremely delicate toilet-table has an entire frame of burnished 
gold, the top is covered with electric blue plush, and the edge of the table 
is finished with a very heavy blue silk knotted fringe. 



Concerning Men and Things. 

.** 

An evening paper has done the sporting world a service in showing up 
the people who give tips on races. A reporter was employed to keep track 
of the predictions and see how near they came to being correct. The result 
was instructive. Harding's tips for Ave days, for which a dollar a day was 
charged, would have netted a loss of $110.93 to the person who put five 
dollars on each of the races about which the forecasts were made. Jack's 
selections for the same fl?e days would have cost the investor $114 .55. 
Whoever had followed the Times' tips at Jerome, Prospect Park and Shoeps- 
heeid — three weeks in all — would have lost $ JJ3. 45. Tha Tribune's predic- 
tions for sixteen race days would have cost $:219.65, while the iSpor(i>t(7 
World's tips for the same races would have been followed at an expense of 
$160.30. But, notwithstanding this expose, the credulous sporting pubUc 
will continue to be influenced by these utterly worthless forecasts of the 
racing field. Outside of what the owners and jockeys most interested know, 
the only trustworthy guide is the odds offered by the bookmakers. They, 
of course, have the best and freshest information. But then , as all betters 
know, the sport who stands by the favorite is certain to lose money in the 
long run. Ic is the business of the bookmaker to euchre the batting public, 
and in time the luckiest gambler loses money to the professional who offers 
odds on races. There are nineteen chances in twenty against making 
money in any one racing season, and ninety-nine chances in a hundred 
against even the shrewdest gambler who mak^s a business of betting on 
lurf events. Bat the possibility of wiuniag unexpected sums is an attrac- 
tion that few gamblers can resist. Horses are uucsrcaia, bat that is what 
ihey like. 

±». 

William R. Martin is the oldest employing printer in New York. He has 
been in the business for fifty-two years, forty-four of which have been in 
his present location in John street. Mr. Mprtin is still a well-preserved 
gentleman, in appearance— from his great height and spare frame — sug- 
gesting the lamented .abraham Lincoln. He is full of recollections of old 
New York, and, if he could be induced to give his reminiscences of life in 
the metropolis, th»y would be quite interesting to readers of the present 
day. He is stopping for the summer at the Dutcher House, Pawling, N. Y. 

»•* 

In several conversations with the writer, Henry Hart spoke in the 
highest terms of Jay Gould. Even when the fare on the east 8ide"L'' 
road was reduced to 5 cents he blamed Field, and declared that Qould was / 
not a consenting party in that attack on his pocket. Indeed, all accountj / 
agree that in the past these two queer looking men were warm friends. 
But Henry has soured on his old " pal." Indeed, during the past week he 
has "used cuss words in expressing an opinion of his old-time ossociate. 
Hart knows how to make money in pawnbroking and in running horse-car 
lines, but he hardly seems like a fit man to be president of a steamship line 
which is engaged in an almost world-wide commerce. 

*'* 
However modest a man's occupation may be, it is interesting, and often 

amusing as well, to see him striving to give something like a high tone 

to it. While you smile, perhaps, at i-eading the words " Tonsorial Artist" 

on a sign, you unconsciously form a more favorable opinion of the 

ambition and skill of the proprietor than if he had written " Barber's 

Shop" instead. Such sings as " Practical Hair-Cutter and " Practicol 

Shoemaker," which are quite comMiou, would seem to be intended to 

relieve the passer-by from any apprehension that the owner might be 

studying the subject merely as an amateur of a fine art, without any 

idea of going into it as a l.usiness. " Professor Allen" of 6th avenue, 

does not, as might be hastily inferred from his sign, devote himself to 

the mere theoretical principles on whi?h boots may be polished so that 

they would have satisfied even David Copperfield in his courting days, 

but carries them out in practice. Glimpses of character »re shown in ^ 

great many thinj^, inohiding Bigns. 



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The Block System of Indexing. 

Among: the last latch of bills to receive the Governor's signature at 
AlLuuy was the act providing for what is liDown as the " block system" of 
recording and indexing conveyacces, etc., relating to land in New York 
city. The details of this important measure have already been set forth in 
The Kecord and Guide. Futlirg afide the difputed question as to 
whether this act is as radical as it might be, even its opponents admit that 
it is an important step in the right direction towards simplifying our 
present very badly tangled system of latd transfer. It is pretty certala to 
have considerable beneficial ( fleet upon real estate. In the " block system" 
no now principle of land transfer has been introduced. It is only the old 
system simplified— narrowed down from the entire city to a single block. 
This is the quick of the whole matter. Conveyances, mortgages, etc., 
which are now. recorded under the entire city as it were, will henceforth 
stand against the block in which the property affected may be situated. 
The " machinery" necesfary to set the new system in working order com- 
prises a map of the city tu be made under the direction of the Mayor and 
the Eegister, showing "all blocks of land whose exterior boundaries aie 
fixed and established by lawful streets, avenues, boulevards or roadways or 
waterfronts." These "blocks" are to be numbered on the map consecu- 
tively, beginning at No. 1, which is to be near the Battery. One of such 
maps is to be deposited in the ofSce of the Register and another in the 
tfHce of the County Clerk. Duplicate sets of books are to be 
made, each volume bearing the number of the block to which it 
relates; and iu one of such sets are to be entered all conveyances 
and in the other all mortgages. Each volume is to have a nominal 
index and a map of the block. Such is the block system stated roughly. 
It is to go into operation on the 1st day of January, 1888, but power is 
invested in the Mayor to postpone it for a period not exceeding six months. 
If vigorous efforts were made the necessary maps could be completed 
within ninety days, and the necessary books and indexes within the same 
period or a little longer. Hence there is no reason why the act should be 
delayed one day after the first of the year. 

A gentleman who has been greatly interested from the first in the system 
says that the only trouble will arise from official procrastination and 
"shilly shallying." He thinks the measure will be " throttled " before a 
fair chance has been given to it. 

" A reform of this kind," he said, " requires the vigorous co-operation of 
all oflicials. It has now become a law, and should be met by no covert 
opposition from any quarter. For years the matter has been before the 
public for criticiem and opposition, and the time for such has now 
passed." 

The number of books required at first by the new system is 6,000 — two 
for each of the three thousand blocks in the city. The cost of these books 
will probably amount to $36,000. There will be no need to increase the 
present clerical force in the Register's office. On the first of the new year 
the old system will be clossd with all its imperfections and confusions on Its 
head and the new books opened. By and by when the block system has 
proved a success the old records may perhaps be untangled and arranged 
in books in accordance with the new methods. But this is for the future. 
The one thing above all others for the present is to see that the requirements 
of the new act are faithfully carried out without delay. 

Assistant-Deputy Register Watts, when questioned about the new system, 
said- " It's not likely to he seen in working order in my time. It's a ridicu- 
lous idea altogether. Each of the 6,000 books and maps will cost $50 apiece 
or m( re; that is $300,000 for the lot. Then there is the surveying for the 
new maps which will cost no one knows how much. I think three or four 
millions will be required to put the new idea into practice." 



Shopping in New York. 

An Irishman would say that a man must get out of New York to be able 
to see the changes that take place in it. Quite so. Within the last few 
years changes have been made in many of the principal thoroughfares 
which very few persons notice. Take one of these, viz. : the alteration in 
the form of store fronts or windows. Five years ago there was scarcely an 
attractive store front from one end of Broadway to the other. The win- 
dows were mostly insignificant in size, and the approach to them obstructed 
by railings or vault and area lights, so that passers-by gave little attention 
to the generally miserable display of wares therein. But now wide plate 
glass windows are the rule rather than the exception; obstructions are 
being removed, and storekeepers, by the pains they are taking to make an 
attractive display of goods, show that at last they have realized how great 
an ad.veitising medium their nindoivs may be. In all this we are following 
what has been done for the past quarter of a century in the large European 
cities— especially Paris. We are a long way behind them yet. What is 
needed in all shopping streets is a level, unobstructed pavement from store 
front to curbstone; wide plate glass windows to within three or four feet of 
the ground, and colored awnings running on springs to be extended about 
half- way over the pavement. If these conditions existed from one end of 
a street to the other, "shopping" would be iu New VJork what it is in 
Faris. 



Since 73d street and the other streets leading from the Central Pork to 
the other parks have btcn put under the control of the Park Commis- 
sioners, it has been recommended that the elevated stations on the wide 
streets, such as 7'JJ, be removed a block above or a block below. This for 
the bsuttil of the numerous carriage horses which pour with a continually 
iucreasiug stream to and from the Central Park over these wide parkways. 
This should be done, for though not many accidents occur due to the 
tiig'iteuiTig of horses, still everything should be done to insure perfect 
SHtoty. By all means let the stations on the wide streets be abandoned on 
every thoroughfare where many carriages are driven. 



One of the papers has a story that the New York, Connecticut & East- 
era Bwlway is (o l)uild a yjaduct forty (40) feet wi4? on the west sifie, 



between 9th and 10th avenues to the circle at 511th street, where it is pro- 
posed to have a handsome depot. West side property holders are said to 
have received notices from the company's ollice telling them to file their 
claims for damages. All this seems incredible. The cost of the projected 
line would be something phenomenal. It is rather late for what seems an 

April fool joke. 

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The Proposed Cathedral. 

Editor Record and Guide : 

If this structure is Intended to be used in a spirit of progressive ideas, 
modern habits and customs, and not based upon anything inherited or 
traditional, then it stands to reason that no particular style of Known 
architecture will be adaptable or admissable to be carried out in the com- 
formable purity of architectures gone by, and which " hive been" perfected 
in their own way. 

There are but two distinct, well-defined styles, true and honest in spirit 
and construction, that have been wrought by high civilization and climates, 
viz.: Greek and Gothic. "Greek is built" iu its possible purity, and we 
could improve nothing in the completed perfections, produced, "as things 
quite their own," by nations of by gone ages. 

"Gothic" Is also completely "built" and improvements are simply 
impossible, though, I grant, that the latter would undoubtedly make the 
best "original," it a " copy " were intended. The very fact that we are not 
yet a nation proves the absence of a national architecture, which is a thing 
that cannot be forced, but must grow itself, bloom, bear fruit and go to 
tradition, the same traditions that we are now living upon. Why, therefore, 
should anything be copied at all ; Do architects admit of so little genius 
among their brother'iocd that they consider anything but a copy an 
Impossibility? Where is the freedom of design of architecture conformable 
to the uses of our subject to be hidden; Among antiquated, contrary 
ideas of extinct peoples ; I hope not. 

I hope that in this building a stimulant will be gi ven to make ' ' otir own " 
mark among the " builders" of the earth. The subject Is worthy to draw 
forth not only the " favored," but also the " unknown " talent of the land in 
the most impartial manner possible by a competition of true parts, able 
judges and unbiased awards in order to secure the most fitting monument. 

Max Schroff. 



The New Lumber Region. 

Changes are taking place in the lumber trade in the Northwest which 
ere long will have an important effect upon the industry at large and its 
many correlative branches. It is only natural that as our country grows, 
and population flows into the sparsely settled regions, the seats everol 
industries should shift from one locality to another. This has he p pened 
with iron, wheat, furniture, petroleum and a score of other articles 

To-day, New England is coraplaiuing of the loss of many manufactories 
which are either " going West " or moving South nearer to the cotton 
fields. Hitherto the Northwestern lumber trade has been confined to pine 
taken from the virgin forests of Mianesota, Michigan and Wisconsin. It 
was a wood that required only such rude labor as the few settlers could 
command to prepare it for market. But the pine forests are being 
exhausted and the populatiou is being increased, and capitalists in 8t. Paul 
and Minneapolis are turning their atteniou to the vast wealth of hardwoods 
— oak, elm, maple, ash, beech and ironwood — that awaits developments. 
Only a short time ago there was scarcely a saw mill in the State of Minne- 
sota capable of converting hardwood into lumber. This state of things is 
now being rapidly altered, extensive factoriej are being built, and the 
Wisconsin Central Railroad has decided to erect shops at St. Paul's, and 
the Sault road will do the same iu Minneapolis. There is no doubt that the 
lumber industry of the great Northwest will baa matter to be talked about 
in a few years. 

• 

Petroleum as Fuel. 

The newspapers have had a great deal to say of late regarding the recent 
so called successful use of petroleum as fuel on the Pennsylvania Railroad 
This is not by many times the first time we have heard the story. Indeed 
it is a sort of stock scientific— commercial " chestnut"— that is printed once 
or twice a year. The World and the Times have both had their editorial 
i' say " on the subject, and having again startled the coal merchant with an 
omineus prophecy or two, and outlined for Inhabitants on the line of the 
elevated railroads the prospsct of a time when they will breathe an atmos- 
phere smelling less like st ile gun barrels than at present, they have, no 
doubt, dropped the matter until the next occasion. Putting aside the fact 
that the most successful experiments do not iusuro the successful commer- 
cial use of an article employed not under the most favorable circumstances 
as in a trial, but under the average conditions of uverjday use, there 
has been hitherto one insuperable objection to the use of petroleum 
as fuel, viz. : that of cost. Bulk for bulk petroleum has possibly 
twice the heating power of steam coal, but even at the present 
low j)rice of oil it is many times more expensive. The New York Times 
cites as a proof of the practicability of using petroleum as fuel in this country 
the fact that it is used by steamers on the Caspian Sea and on Russian 
railroads. It is true that oil Is used In place of coal in the mercantile 
marine on the Caspian Sea and the Volg", that (he Russian gunboat 
fiotilla use it and also some of the railroads. But with this, it must be 
remembered, that forty gallons of oil has sold at Baku for eight cents, and 
at one time seven cents American money would purchase a ton of It. No 
wonder it is used as fuel iu preference to coal mined in England or lumber 
drawn from the diminishing forests of the Caucasus. Russia to-day Is 
producing about half os much petroleum as the United States. This pro- 
duction could be increased enormously. Some of the wells at Baku have 
flowed fifty thousand barrels in a day. But for this immense wealth there 
is at present no adequate market. Unlike the oil producer in the United 
States the Russian has yet to acquire his customers. Just now he can sell 
only the.illutuinatin^ and lubricating prodiict8;of bis oil. ^Tbe remaining 



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parts, 80 valuable to the refiner in this country, he easts into the Caspian 
and periodically sets fire to it. This is what is called ataska or refuse, 
which with proper appliances makes an excellent fuel. It can be had for 
the carting away in Baku, and not unnaturally it i3 used instead of coal. 
When oil is as cheap again in the United States as it is to-day it may supplant 
coal as a fuel, but not while it is worth sixty-five cents a barrel at the wells. 



Personal. 

Henry D. Winans, of Bellamy & Winans, will spend the month of July 
in the Adirondack Mountains. 

Richard V. Harnett will leave the city next week for the Argyle House, 
Babylon, L. I. 

George H. Scott is in Europe. 

Hall J. How is stopping at the Mizzentop Hotel, Pawling, N. Y, 

D. Willis James is also staying at the same place. 

E. M. Wllkins has just returned from Denver, Colorado, where he spent 
two weeks on business and pleasure. 

Allen L. Mordecai will spend his vacation at Saratoga Springs in August. 

James Stroud, the architect, is in Boston. 

C. W. Luyster is stopping at the Highlands of Navesink, coming to town 
daily. 

Thomas C. Smith will spend the coming week at Rochester and the Thou- 
sand Islands. 

John L. Carrigan is living at Seabright, N. J., coming to the city 
every day. 

Andrew Powell will leave today for Peconic Bay. Mr. Powell will 
spend the summer months at Shinneeock and Baruegat Bays and Block 
Island, and will give a great deal of time to fishing, of which sport he is 
very fond. 

O. Q. Bennet has gone to Martha's Vineyard for the summer months. 

W. P. Seymour will spend July and August at his farm at Stillwater, 
Saratoga Co., N. Y. 

P. J. McLoughlin is at Florence Cottage, Par Rockaway. 

M. Ottinger is staying at the Belvidere House, Tannersville, N. Y. 

Lymann Tiffany is spending the summer at St. Dennis, Md. 

David Dinkelspiel is at Saratoga Springs. 

E. A. Morrison is making a visit at Morristown, N. J. 

Julius Beer is staying at Elberon, N. J. 

L. Schlesinger is one of the guests at the Hotel Brighton, Long Branch, 
N. J. 

P. J. Owens will spend the summer at O -tego, N. Y. 

H. B. Auchincloss is at the Stevens House, Lake Placid, N. Y. 

Myer Finn is residing for the summer at Marine Cottage, Ocean avenue. 
West End, N. J. 

J. M. Pinckney is staying at Green Farms, Conn. 

E. P. Dickie will spend the summer at Elberon, N. J, 

C. T. Harbeck has left town for Islip, N. Y. 
M. Schrenkeisen is at Sea Bright, N. J. 

J. H. Mahoney is visiting Newport, L. I. 
J. E. Tousey is at Mizzentop, N. Y. 

D. L. Einstein has left town for Saratoga Springs. 

E. B. Van Winkle will pass the summer in Litchfield, Conn. 
W. D. Murphy is at Par Rockaway. 

T. B. Jackson will spend the heated term at the Pair View Stock Farm, 
Mount Rose, N. Y. 

J. T. Burr is visiting at Freeport, L. I. 

Newman Cowen is at Long Branch, N. J. 

Edward Tuck will pass the summer at Newport, R. 1. 

Louis D. Bahlul, of Bannon, Bahlul & Co., will return today from 
Peekskill, where he has spent the week with the Twelfth Regiment, of 
which he is a member. 



Notice to Property-Holders. 

CiTT OP New York, Finance Department, I 
Comptroller's Office, June a9, 1887. j 
In pursuance of Section 997 of the " New York City Consolidation Act 
of 1883," the Comptroller of the City of New York gives notice to all 
persons, owners of property, affected by the following assessment lists, viz. : 

STREET openings. 

Tinton av, from Kelly st to Westchester av. 
Wales av, from Kelly st to Westchester av. 

— which were confirmed by the Supreme Court, June 17, 1887, and entered 
on the 27th day of June in the Record of Titles of Assessments, kept in 
the " Bureau for the Collection of Assessments and Arrears of Taxes and 
Assessments and of Water Rents," that unless the amount assessed for 
benefit on any person or property shall be paid on or before September S, 1887, 
interest will be collected thereon at the rate of 7 per cent, from June 27, 
1 887. Payments to be made to the Collector of Assessments and Clerk of 
Arrears between 9 am. and 2 p. M. 

Important to Property-Holders. 

BOARD OP ASSESSORS. 

No. 111^ City Hall, I 
New York, June 27, 1887. ( 
Notice is given to the owner or owners of all houses and lots affected 
thereby, that the following assessments have been completed and are lodged 
in the office of the Board of Assessors for examination by all parties 
interested, who must present their objections in writing, if opposed to the 
same, within thirty days from date of notice: 

RECEIVING BASINS AND SEWER CONNECTIONS. 
No. 1.— Westchester av, n e cor St. Anns av. 
No. 2. — 136th st, n e cor Lincoln a v. 

BASINS. 
No. 4. — 62d st, 8 w cor Av A. 
No. 5. — 108th st, n e and s e core of Lexington av. 



SEWER. 
No. 3.— 119th st, bet 7th av and Av St. Nicholas. 

[The limits embraced by said assessments include all the houses and lots 
of grounds situated as follows : 

No. 1. — Westchester av, n s, bet Eagle and St. Anns avs. 1 

Eagle av, w s, running 1,075 feet north of Westchester av. f 
No. 2. — 136th st, n s, be(. Alexander and Lincoln avs. j 

A^^^nZ-:.: w s [ ''«' i^e^" -<! '^''^ «t- \ 

No. 3.— 119th st, both sides, bet 7th av and Av St. Nicholas. 

No. 4. — 62d st, s s, bet 1st av and Av A. 

No. 5.— Lexington av, e s, from 107th to 109th sts. 

The above described list will be transmitted, as provided by law, to the 
Board of Revision and Correction of Assessments for confirmation on the 
28th day of July, 1887. 



New York, June 30, 1887. 

REGULATING, GRADING, ETC. 
No. 1.— Clifton st, from St. Anns to.Union av. 

SEWERS AND APPURTENANCES. 
No. 2.— 166th st, bet Washington and North 3d avs. 

BASINS. 

No. 3.— Av A, s w 3or 80th and 81st sts. 

[The limits embraced by said asseeements include all the houses and lots 
of ground situated as follows : 
No. 1. — Clifton st, both sides, from St. Anns av to Union av and to the 

extent of half the block at the intersecting avenues. 
No. 2.— 166th st, both sides, from Washington to North 3d av and to the 

extent of half the block at the intersecting avenues. 
No. 3.— 80th st, s s, bet Av A and 1st av. 

Av A, s w cor 80th st, 102.3 feet front. 

81st st, s s, bet 1st av and Av A. 
Av A I extending to the extent of half the block bet 80th and 81st 
Istav ( 8ts.] 
The above list will be transmitted for confirmation on July Slst, 1887. 



Wants and Offers at the Exchange. 

(For the week ending Friday, July 1st.) 

The items under the head of " wanted" are condensed statements showing 
what sort of property the broker, whose "number" precedes the item, 
wishes to secure for clients. The items under " offered " give the location, 
size, cost, and a brief description of the property offered for sale by the 
broker whose " number" preceiles the item. 
no. wanted. price 

1034 On or near Fulton street. Store for tailor. Rent about $1,800. 
1015 Between .'i9th and 14th streets, east of 9th avenue. Modem 

single flat. Not to exceed 20,000 

1035 Below 125th street, between ;3d and 9th avenues. Two single 

flats. Not to exceed, each 13,000 

OFFERED. 

117 On Boulevard, West End avenue and 83d street, north side. 
Plot 81.10 on West End avenue. 260.04 feet on 83d street, 
and about 56 feet on Boulevard 85,000 

149 West side lots, mortgage $.50,000 at 5 per cent., in exchange 
for city property and cash, or for free and clear country 
property 65,000 



Proposed for Membership. 

Louie K. Fries, real estate broker, of No. 44 Broadway, has been pro- 
posed as a member of the Real Estate Exchange by W. E. Callender 
Reference, James L. Wells. 

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The World of Business. 

Another Competing Line Between the Mississippi and 
the Lalics. 

The telegraph told yesterday of the changes of gauge to the standard of 
over half the main line of the Toledo, St. Louis & Kansas City Railroad, 
a line extending from Toledo, O., to East St. Louis, a distance of 450 miles. 
But little has appeared in the papers relating to this great property since 
the termination, in 1885, of the flght for control of the fir.^t mortgage 
bonds on the St. Louis Division of the old road between Austin 
Corbin and J. M. Quigley at the head respectively of bondholders' 
committees. Had Corbin succeeded in getting control the St. Louis 
Division, two hundred and seventy miles long, would have become part 
of the Indiana, Bloomington & Western, and Toledo and Detroit would be 
limited as heretofore to one road— the Wabash — to the Southwest. The 
success of Mr. Quigley made possible an alliance between the first mort- 
gage bondholders of the Toledo and St. Louis Divisions, owned respec- 
tively, in New York and Boston, and, a basis of merger having been 
reached, financial help for the purchase at foreclosure sale and recon- 
struction was alone necessary to a complete metamorphosis of the 
property. The success of negotiations with Mr. Sylvester H. Kneelaud, 
the well-known New Yoi'k capitalist and former president of , the Metro- 
politan Elevated Railroad Company of that city, provided the means, 
and ever since early in 18S6 the work has proceeded energetically and 
noiselessly under Mr. Kneeland's charge. Banks and cuts have been 
widened, the road straightened, grades reduced on the Eastern Division to 
a maximum of 20 feet, new iron brides everywhere taking the place of 
wooden trusses, and the line as changed Sunday entirely relaid with new 
sixty-one-and a half pound steel rails. It is impossible in the nature 
of things that the early business career of the new road can be 
as noiseless and peaceful as the period of reconstruction has been. 
It nmst necessarily bo hereafter taken into consideration. Not only 
is the new road a direct line between St. Louis and the Mississippi 
and the head of Lake Erie, but by combining with existing roads it forms 
the shortest line between Toleilo and Chicago, a line but a few miles 
longer than the Baltimore & Ohio, between Pittsburg and St. Louis, 
shorter than any but the Vandalia between Indianapolis and St. Louis, of 
nearly equal distance with the Ohio & Mississippi between Cincinnati and 
St. Louis, and but ten miles longer than the Cincinnati, Hamilton & Day- 
ton Iwtween Toledo and St. Louis. Such a railroad will therefore compel 
attention, even if managed with the view of disturbing existing conditions 
as little as possible, and, adding to its favorable geographical position a 
good road l>ed laid with heavy steel, iron bridges, easy grades, and new 
and uniform equipment and motive power, nothing liut bad management 
can disappoint its owners, and it may be predicted that it will make things 



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as lively for the railroad world as the West Shore and Nickel-Plate did in 
their day.— Chicago Tribune. 

The New Silver Freak. 

Tbe country will see that Eastern proguostications of the great things to 
be done by the new Silver Exchange of New York will have results com- 
mensurate with their predictions about the redemption of the trade dollar. 
There is before us a statsment over the signature of Moccatta & Gold- 
schmidt, the leading bullion brokers of London, stating that there is never 
an accumulation of silver bullion even in that market, which is the centre 
of the world's silver trade. Advices of shipments from Mexico or the 
United States are ordinarily dovetailed with transfers in transit to India 
and China, and the purchases and sales are made to arrive and to forward, 
making a mere hand tomouth spot supply of bullion, all that is necessary 
for the trade of the largest dealers with the principal silver-using nations 
of the world. It is difficult to see how silver certificates, the main feature it 
appears of the new Exchange, could be made to figure in that kind of trade. 
In this country there is no legitimate demand tor silver except from the 
mint and from domestic artisans and from England, all of whom might 
prefer to buy from first hands as usual. There are two statistical abstracts 
which furnish the facts of the foreign trade, and they ai-e sufficiently dis- 
agreeable, if not humiliating, but we want the truth. The statistical 
abstract of the United States puts the net exports of silver bullion and coin 
from the United States from 1880 to 18811, at *t;5,4i;u,280 to all countries, 
and the statistical abstract of the United Kingdom shows an import of silver 
bullion and coin into England from the United States in that period 
amounting to $03,780,0 .0 ! vVe don't ship our silver to England to be coined 
there, mind you, but to be used by England in underbuying our cotton and 
wheat growers with it in India and China. To talk about making a silk 
purse out of a sow's ear like this is not a little anmsing. We shall get that 
foreign silver trade when we get the underlying commercial trade. — Louis- 
ville Courier Journal. 

Commercial Relations witU Mexico. 

The movement started hardly mire than half a dozen years ago, and 
for a time vigorously pushed, having for its ooject the cultivation of 
more extensive and closer commercial relations with Mexico, is shown 
by the facts at hand to have been productive of most gratifying results. 
It was the outgrowth of an awakeaing that came suddenly after a long 
period in which the country was singularly indifferent to the large and 
growing trade of Mexico. During that period, however, England, France 
and to some extent Germany, were deriving large and increasing advan- 
tages from Mexican commerce. The vessels of those countries swarmed 
in the harbors of Mexico, taking in and out rich cargoes on which tbe 
merchants and manufacturers of Europe made generous profits both ways, 
while it was an extremely rare sight to see the; American flag at the mast- 
head of a vessel in any of those harbors. An American going to or return- 
ing from Mexico at that time was carried in a vessel above which floated a 
foreign flag. The sister republics, although territorially in intimate contact, 
were commercially as completely isolated as if an ocean had separated 
them. So far as business was concerned they knew each other only as 
strangers who had never become conscious of any mutual interests and 
common welfare, such as should subsist between contiguous peoples. A 
situation so anomalous could not last perpetually, and as soon as the spell 
of indifference was broken, for which this country was largely indebted to 
General Grant and Mexico to General Diaz, the characteristic American 
energy and enterprise were not long in making themselves felt. The results 
thus far were very fully set forth in the special New York correspondence 
of the Bee published on Tuesday. It is a most gratifying exhibit of what 
has been accomplished in a few years, and conveys a mobt encouraging 
assurance of what may still be done. American interests have acquired a 
strong foothold in Mexico from which they cannot be driven by foreign 
competition, and which it appears to be the desire, as it certainly is the 
interest, of Mexico to foster and protect. Three fourths of the railroad 
system of Mexico has been created by American capital and enterprise, repre- 
senting an expenditure of i$I20,OOU,UOU. In many other ways millions of 
dollars have been invested by our people in the neighbor republic, all going 
to the development of her resources and the augmentation of her wealth. 
Mexico has been reclaimed from her position of isolation and put into 
intimate relations with the world. She has been made to feel the constant 
throbbings of the marvelous life of the age, and to realize and contribute 
to the swelling tide of progress. Her civilization has been improved, the 
material condition of her people has been bettered, her political system has 
been rendered less insecure, her commercial importance has been increased, 
and in every way she has found from this peaceful American invasion 
benefit and improvement. On the other hand this American enterprise 
has not been without generous reward to the manufacturing and commer- 
cial industries of this country. The result is briefly told in the fact that 
within eight years the trade of the United States with Mexico nearly 
doubled, amounting last year to over $:54,OOiJ,OOU. The growth is continu- 
ous and rapid, and as we gain the nations of Europe which a few years ago 
controlled this valuable trade lose proportionately. What now seems to be 
chiefly needed on our part is a more liberal national trade policy — one that 
will disregard special interests and operate for the general welfare. The 
new tariff law of Mexico which goes into effect on the first of the month is 
an example of liberality and progress in this direction which should have 
some effect with us. Mexico evidently desires to be commercially and 
politically on the most friendly terms with the great republic. It is our 
duty and our interest to reciprocate this spirit and give it practical form 
in our relations with that country.— Omaha Daily Bee. 



Real Estate Department. 

1! Business at the Exchange during the week has been quite active for this 
season. Notwithstanding the oppressive heat the sales have been well 
attended and good prices obtained for most of the property offered. 

The sale of a plot of five lots with mansion on the southeast corner of 
St. Nicholas place and 150th street, on Monday, attracted considerable 
attention. The property was sold under foreclosure of two mortgages 
amounting to over $37,000 to George Wolf for $56,100. Only $36,000 was 
obtained for the plot of three lots on the corner, with dwelling thereon, 
while $50,100 was realized for the two adjoining lots. The house is said to 
have cost from $35,000 to $40,000 to build. On the same day over 300 lots 
at Long Island City belonging to the estate of the late Oliver Charlick were 
offered. They were knocked down for $33,000 over encumbrances of 
$J70,000 to John J. Murray, a party in interest. Among the bidders was 
Mayor Patrick J. Gleason of Long Island City. 

On Tuesday the sales were quite numerom, a large part of the property 
offered being in the 23d and 21th Wards. Six dwellings on Alexander 
avenue and 134th street, belonging to the estate of the late Herman Knubel, 
were offered. Three of the houses were sold and three were bid in. A 
large plot on Franklin avenue, near 16Sth street, was also bid in. Several 
tenements on 10th avenue and 31st street (leasehold) were sold under fore- 
closure to the plaintiffs, the General Theological Seminary of the Protes- 
tant Episcopal Church. 

Wednesday was the busiest day of the week, the sales being more 



numerous and important than on any other day. Five parcels on Pearl 
street, Burling slip, Bowery and Orchard street, part of the estate of Dr. 
Jackson, realized a total of $104,325. H. C. Plass, Morris Simon, J. W. 
Swanton and Dr. E. J. W. Jackson were the buyers. Three parcels on 
Water, East 33d and 112th streets, belonging to the Cornell estate, were " 
sold for a total of $72,250. Thomas Moran, Henry Brash and F. Mahnken 
were the purchasers. The former is a retired policeman. There was a 
dispute over the sale of the dwelling No. 208 East 36th street, the auctioneer 
claiming It was sold for $13,403 and the buyer that $13,300 was bid. Four 
single flats on Lexington avenue, near 94th street, we:e bid in at $13,200 
each. The five story tenement with stores No. 1833 3d avenue was sold 
under foreclosure for $24,400 to the plaintiff in the suit. The amount due 
on the second mortgage was $5,300 and on the first mortgage $20,000. The 
same property was sold at auction a few weeks ago for $35,600, but the 
buyers refused to complete the sale, on the ground that they bid for No. 
1811, not 1833. The property had been advertised as the former number. 
The matter was settled by the purchasers paying $250. 

On Thursday several sales were held and the attendance was fair. Ten 
unfinished tenements on the northeast corner of 3d avenue and 95th street 
were sold under foreclosure for about $138,000 to Salomon Marxetal., 
plaintiffs in the suit ; a mansion with about eleven acres of land on Grymes' 
Hill, S. I., was bid in at $15,900 by A. B. Brown ; a flit on West 29th street 
was withdrawn from sale, and ten lots on Barry avenue and Burnet street, 
at Springhurst, 23d Ward, were sold to Frank Yoran at from $450 to $580 
each. These lots are said to be very cheap at the above figures. 

A partition sale of part of the Rutgers estate attracted a crowd of 7th 
Warders to the Exchange yesterday. The property offered was situated on 
Madison, Division, Oliver, South and Water streets and East Broadway. 
Only the lots were sold and the buyers will have to arrange for the 
purchase of the buildings when leases on the different parcels expire. The 
sum of $36,300 was realized for three parcels, which were actually sold. 
A piece on East Broadway and a plot extending from South to Water 
street were bid in for a total of $S7,700. 

Richard V. Harnett will sell at auction, at noon, on Thursday, Joly 7th, 
120 lots on the Kingsbridge road, 187th street and Audubon, 1 Ith and Wads- 
worth avenues; also, four lots on 158th street, near Grand Boulevard, of 
which 70 per cent, may remain on mortgage. 

OONVETA^CES. 

188^. 1886. 18S7. 

[ June 26 to Ju'y 1, June 2.5 to 30, June 25 to 30, 

inclusive. inclusive. inclusive. 

Number 23S aST 3;7 

Amount Involved $4,600,985 $3,331,367 $6,315,578 

Number nominal 33 48 47 

Number 23ci and 24th Wards.. 18 S9 IW 

Amount iuvolved $57,355 $103,4H $239,300 

Numbernomlnal 4 5 13 

MOnTGAGES. 

Number 317 206 ^ 311 

Amount involved $2,500,971 $3,031,62t $3,604,111 

Number at 5 percent 106 06 146 

Amount involved $:,110,93i $1,124,843 !l,42i,821 

Number at less than 5 per cent 8 19 23 

Amount involved $04,750 $202,500 $513,600 

Number to Banks, Trust and 

Ins.Cos 34 31 01 

Amount involved $740,050 $122,000 81,141,817 

PROJECTED BUILDINGS. 

1885. 1886. 1887. 

«»— T; June 27 to July 2. Jnne 26 to July 2. June 25 to July 1. 

Number of buildings 64 90 126 

Estimated cost $937,700 $1,344,050 $1,852,700 

Gossip ot the Weeli. 

Pedro L. Fernandez has sold the four-story stone front dwelling No. 603 
5th avenue, near 49th street, 32.5x100, for $80,000 to Edward M. Riley. 

Raynor & Freeman have sold for Jacob D. Butler eight lots on the north 
side of 121st street, 300 feet west of 6th avenue, to Frank E. Smith for 
imme late improvement. 

A. Guthman has sold for Wm. J. Gessner the five-story stone front double 
flats Nos. 151 and 153 East 97th street, 54x100.11, for $45,000 to Hirsch, 
Victorius & Co. 

M. McCormick has sold for Samuel P. Patterson, the four-story brown 
stone dwelling, 20x60rU10, No. 317 East 130th street, for $11, .500. 

8. M. Blakely has sold to Mrs. Anna Brooks the three-story brown stone 
dwelling, 20x50x100.5, No. 156 West 50th street, for $15,500. 

Helmke & Davidson have sold for William E. Dodge Stokes the three- 
story brick and brown stone dwelling, 20x53x80, on the west side of West 
End avenue, 32 feet south of 75lh street. The amount paid was $29,400. 
This house adjoins the residence of H. Mailliard, who has just purchased 
the lot in the rear, on 75th street, for a private garden. 

B. B. Merrill has sold to Edward P. Dickie, for J. B. McGeorge, the 
building No. 3.i West 28th street, for $43,000. 

Robert Auld has sold the three-story and basement private dwelling No. 
401 Manhattan avenue for Edward Cunningham for $11,500; also, for 
George W. Cregier, the twostory frame cottage No. 41 West 93th street for 
$7,000, and resold the same to James More for $7,500. 

School Commissioner Randolph Guggenheimer has purchased, completely 
furnished, the villa on Cedar avenue, near the Hollywood cottages. Long 
Branch, that belonged to R. M. Hooley, of Opera Housa fame. The dwell- 
ing, which is 50x75, is being refitted. The size of the plot is 150x200. 

Siraonson & MuUer have sold to Edgar Conover, for Charles Fessler, 
two four-story brick tenements Nos. 331 and 333 West 53d street, lots 50x50, 
for $18,000; also, to James Carroll, for Julia M. Scarlett, the lot, 25x100, 
No. 509 West 46th street. 

Reynold--, Kohler & Co. have sold for David Christie to W. H. Streeter 
the five-story brick and stone double flit on the southeast corner of 108th 
street and 10th avenue, 2j.5x76x80, for $32,C00. 

William S. Anderson & Co. have made the following sales : For John W. 
Hanren to K. W. Pine, the five-story brick double flat, 25x75, No. 103 West 
98th street, for $20,000 ; for Mary E. Youngs to Bimson Wolff, three four- 
story brick single flats, together 58.10x99, Nos. 325, 337 and 223 East 128th 
street, for $40,000 ; for Charles Mayer to W, U Dowling, the fiye-story 



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brick double basement, 25x85, No. 1604 1st avenue, for $24,500 ; for Bimson 
Wolff to Mary E. Youngs, the five-story brick double tenement, 25x100, 
No. 18S7 3d avenue, for $2^,000 ; for William L. Dowling to Charles 
Mayer, the three story brick dwelling, 20x103.3, No. 177 East 73d street, for 
$13,50i); also the three-story stone dwelling, 17x102.3, No. 834 East 79th 
street, for $ll,.'500. 

The bill of the costs, charges and expenses, relative to the opening of 
Welch street, from the Western line of the New York & Harlem Rail- 
road to the Kingsbridge road, will be presented tor taxation to one of 
the judges of the Supreme Court, at the City Hall, on July 8th, at 10.30 
A. M. ; also on July 13th, at 10 30 A. M , at the same place, the bill of costs, 
charges and expenses, relative to the opening of 118th street, from 8th 
avenue to 9th avenue; and on July 22d, at 1(.:30 A. M , the bill of costs, 
etc. , in the matter relative to the extension of Lafayette place, from Great 
Jones to Bleecker street, will be presented for taxation. 

Application will be made to one of the Justices of the Supreme Court, 
on Thursday, August 4th, for the appointment of Commissioners of Esti- 
mate and Assessment, ia the matter relative to acquiring title to that part 
of East 160th street, from Railroad avenue East to Washington avenue, 
as heretofore laid out. 

L. Toplitz has sold four lots on the east side of 10th avenue, 125 feet north 
of 166th street, on private terms. 

Henry Waters has purchased from Isaac Hart the three story brick 
dwelling No. 311 Madison street, 26,1x100.3, for S15,.500 for improvement. 

George T. Carman has sold a plot, 100x60, on the southeast corner of 
Madison avenue and 134th street for $18,000. 

George Wolfe has purchased the three-story brick store, covering entire 
lot 18.2x75, No. 76 Avenue C, on private terms. 

Samnel Thomson has sold for Rev. Dr. Bhackleford the lot No. Ill East 
82d street, 2»xl03.3, with frame house thereon, for $11,750. 

John W. Stevens has sold for George Thompson a plot on the northeast 
comer of the Boulevard and 97th street, 50.5x25 and 50.6x165, for $37,5tO 
to Henry Maibrunn. 

Frank Yoran has sold for Wm. Harrison three lots on Sedgwick avenue, 
near Highbridge road, 75x130, for $5,000 tj .Fred. J. H. Merrill for 
improvement. 

H. Schmidt has pure based four lots on the northwest corner of 10th 
avenue and 77th street for improvement. 

R. V. Harnett & Co. have sold for John D. Crimmins two lots on the 
south side of 116th street, opposite Claremont avenue, for about $5,250 
each to Miss Ada Rehan, the actress, for improvement. 

There is quite a movement in realty at Wakefield, Westchester Co. It 
is situated just outside of New York city line, near Bronx River Park, on 
the N. Y. & Harlem Railroad. Propsrty is increasing in value and there 
is a great deal of building going on. 

Brooklyn. 

J. p. Bloane has sold for Cornelius McCluskey the two-story and base- 
ment frame hcuse No, 178 Eagle street for $3,000 to Bridget O'Brien. 

CONVEYANCES. 

1S85. 1886. 1887. 

June 26 to July 1, June 35 to July 1, June a4 to 39, 

Indus. inclus. iaciun. 

Number 194 316 215 

Aniouot involved $1,011,971 $1,307,713 $1,311,140 

Number nomiaal 53 36 45 

HORTSAaKS, 

Number 146 2W 138 

Amount Involved 5 J503,ari $Si6,9i8 $1,307,665 

Number at 5 per cent, or less. 75 16 74 

Amount involved . $335,937 $468,083 ^$938,865 

PROJECTED BUILDINGS. 

1885. 1886. 1887. 

June 27 to July 2. June 20 to July i. June 25 to July 1. 

Number of buildings 58 54 81 

Estimated cost $257,830 $J48,715 $195,3J5 



Out Among the Builders. 

Schneider ',& Herter have plans on the board for five five-story stone, 
terra cotta and Philadelphia brick apartment houses, to be erected on the 
northwest comer of 77th street and 10th avenue. The comer house is to be 
25x70, the three on the avenue 35x60, and the one on the street 85x70. 
Total cost, $150,000. H. Schmidt, owner. 

The same firm have also plans for a private apartment house, 26x83, to 
be known as No. 311 Madison street. It will be of six stories, brick, terra 
cotta and stone. Cost, $33,000. H. Waters, owner. 

John Carlin will shortly commence the erection of fifteen three story 
Philadelphia brick and red sandstone dwellings on the south side of 131st 
street, between 7th and 8th avenues, from plans by W. P. Anderson. 

F. C. Merry has the plans for ten handsome three-story brown stone front 
dwellings, each 20x55, to be erected on the north side of 121st street, 200 
feet west of 6th avenue, by Frank E. Smith. 

A. Namur has made the plans for the new Barclay street ferry to be 
erected by the Hoboken Land & Improvement Company. Several new 
features have been adopted in the conitruction of the building. It will be 
entirely of iron and will be two stories high, to permit the transfer of pas- 



sengers direct from the double-deck ferry boats to the bridge which will 
connect the ferry house with the proposed extension of the Elevated R, R. 
The dimension of the building is 13Sxl83. It will contain two slips, a 
handsome waiting-room finished in hardwoods, the usual baggage-room 
and offices, and when finished it will be the finest structure of the kind in 
the country. Cost, $60,00X 

Cleverdon & Putzel have plans on the board for a brick improved tene- 
ment house, 48x77, to be] erected on 143d street, west of 3rd avenue. It 
will be five stories and will cost about ;$30,030. W. H. Payne is the owner. 

The same firm are drawing plans for alterations to be made to a dwelling 
on 127th street, west of 3d avenue; a three-story brick extension, 25xl(', is 
to be added at a cost of $9,0;X). W. F. Hartley is the owner. 

Wm. H. NIebuhr will erect several fliti with stores on the northwest 
corner of 10th avenue and 98th street. 

John Askey is about to improve a plot, 60x134.10, on the north side of 
105th street, commencing 415.5 feet east of 10th avenue. 

Brooklyn. 

Montrose W. Mon'is has made plans for a ten-story apartment house to 
be erected on the south side of Montague street, between Montague terrace 
and Hicks street. It will be 50x93, of stone and terra cotta, and will contain 
twenty large apartments and ten bachelors' apartments. In addition to 
the ten stories the building will be capped by a large round tower. Cost, 
$125,000. C. D. Burwell, owner. 

Schrempf & Loeffler are engaged on plans for a three-story frame store 
and tenement, 25x61, with a twoatory frame dwelling, 35x40, to be built 
on the southwest corner of Bushwick avenue and Varet street for a Mr, 
Dietrich, to cost $7,200. 

Amzi Hill is preparing plans for a three story frame factory, 21.ox9J, to 
be built at No. 243 Plymouth street, and extensive alterations to building 
No. 211 Plymouth street, for Oliver Ingersoll. 

W. M. Coots has the plans for a five stoiy and cellar brick extension, 
35.3x25.10, to building on the northeast corner of 5th avenue and Sterling 
place, for William Lane, to cost $5,500; and a two-story brick extension, 
20x33, to No. 197 Flatbuih avenue, for O. MuUer, to cost $4,000. 

W. M. Ryan is the architect for three two-story and attic frame Queen 
Anne cottages to be built at Fort Hamilton for Chas. Bennett, to cost 
$15,000. 

Out of Town. 

Long nrancli, N. J — J. w. Marshall has plans for five frame Queen 
Anne cottages, to be erected on Ocean and Bath avenues. The dimensions 
of each are 48x50, two stories, attic and basement. Total cost, about 
$45,000. S. T. Meyer, owner. 

Rutherrortl, N. J.— B. J. Schweitzer, of New York, is to make plans 
for three new residences to be erected in this place. One is for Thomas 
Daniel. It will be two-and-a-half stories, frame, 33x36, with extension 13x 
14, and will cost $3,000. Another is for James Jackson, also a two-and-a- 
half-story frame dwelling, 34x36. The third is for Mr. Amery. It will be 
two-and-a-half stories, frame, 33x50, and will cost $5,000. 



Contractors' Notes. 

Sealed bids will be received at Room 6 of the Depirtment of Public 
Works, No. 31 Chambers street, until 12 o'clock, Friday, July 8th, for regu- 
lating and paving with granite block Cherry street, from Catharine to 
Jefferson street; Hamilton street, from Market to Catharine street; Crosby 
street, from Howard to Bleecker street; Bedford street, from Houston to 
Lhristopher street; Hester street, from Bowery to Clinton street; 15th 
street, from 235 feet east of Avenue A to the East River, and 7'3d street, 
from 4th to 5th avenue; also for regulating and paving with trap block 9th 
avenue, from Gansevoort to 14th street; 15th street, from 9th to 10th 
avenue, and 20th street, from 0th to 7th avenue; 36th street, from 8d to 
Lexington avenue; 38th street, from 1st avenue to East River, and 41st 
street, from 2d avenue to Prospect place. 

Sealed proposals will be received by the Board of School Trustees for the 
13th Ward at the Hall of the Board of Education, No. 146 Grand street, 
until 9:30 o'clock a. m. on Wednesday, July 13th, for altering and repairing 
premises No. 25 Sheriff street, to fit same for use as annex to Grammai- 
School 34. 



A site was offered for letting on building lease by auction yesterday at 
the Mart, which illustrates the great value of land in good positions in the 
Citv of London. The site in question is that now occupijd by the old 
building Nos. 14, 15 and 16 3t. ciwithin's lane, embracing a total area of 
2,036 feet, having a frontage to St. Swithin's lane of 63 feet 7 inches, and 
a frontage to Salter's Hall court in the rear. This was offered' to be let for 
a term of eighty years, and attracted considerable interest and much 
competition. The biddings commenced with an offer of £500 a year, and 
ultimately reached £1,130 a year, the lessees to rebuild the premises and to 
exp»nd not less than £7,000. It was understood In the room that the site 
had been acquired by a bank, but whether for the construction of banking 
premises or as an investment did not transpire. The price agreed to be paid 
represents a rental of just a little over lis. per square foot.— London 
Times, 



BUILDING lUTERIAL UABKET. 

BRICKS.— Rather to the surprise of pretty much 
the entire trade the market for Common Hards has 
not only failed to shade in value this week, but on the 
contrary shows a slightly firmer tone. It is generally 
expected that just before the "Fourth," boau will be 
rushed down me river in one large fleet In order to 
unload and get the crews hack home again In time 
for the holiday, and as work here also frequently 
slacks o3 somewhat at about the same period, buyers 
calculate upon securing a gain. They are diaap- 
poiQted this year, however, and sellers agreeably gur- 
prised over the condition of trade, as notwithslaQdlDg 
the fact that arrivals have been free and probably 
quite as full as usual, the demand kept up m equal 
proportion, and everything sold out nicely from day 
day without the necessity for reduction in cost. 



while customers show ing a preference for some special 
make or findlDg other^extra attractions have occasion- 
ally paid even a fraction better than had been made 
up to the date of our last report, though no Hgures 
'Were reached calculated to change the general line cf 
quotations. Haverstraws show $7.a5 t- r top. and "Up- 
Kiverf." will reach $6 75 with some of the best Hack- 
ensacks at the same rate. Altogether the market for 
Hards seems to be m healthy condition, the results of 
the present week indicating quite clearly that consump- 
tion has not been over-estimated and both receivers 
and dealers seem to concur In the opinion that only 
some unexpected intluence would laad to a check, 
^alei have not changed to any extent In value nor In 
general form of movement. When buj ere feel indif- 
ferent about investing they quite generally seem to 
think about $4 is enough, but when the inspector is 
likely to be away, or for any other reason stock may 
be wanted, demand crops out promptly and then 



$4.50 or even a fraction more Is paid readily enough 
and not much objection made to quality uuleee, of 
course it is veiy Inferior. 

CEMENT.— Even sellern are willing to admit sur- 
prise over the remarkable manner In which demand 
keeps up for Rosendale, and the diftloulty is not In 
finding customeis, but in finding supplies to meet 
them. Probably not one of the leading manufactur* 
ers hut that hav orders a long way ahead now on 
books, and lb must be a poor brand Indeed not sold 
close up to jroduction. Prices are not only stiff, but 
creeping up. and $1.0B{(7|1.I5 per bbl. Is now named, 
according to delivery, brand, etc. It is the same on 
American Portland, the manufacturers of which are 
several thousand barrels behind on deliveries, and 
stiU finding customers plenty. The arrival of 



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foreign is fair, but not free, and importers are en- 
joying quite aB good a run of custom as makers of 
domet^tic, the interior shipping demand in particular 
affording an excellent outlet on both old and new 
orders. Prices are firm and tending upwara. owing 
to increasing coat of transportation. The best evi- 
dence of the condition of the foreign cement trade 
may be found in the figures of imi)ort8, which show 
a99.G94 bbls. for the first six mouths of the year, 
against 2l3,:ii6b bbls. same time in 1886. 

GLASS.— The following dispatch from Pittsburg, 
received this week, simply refers to the annual shut- 
ting down, and the influence has been pretty well dis- 
counted: 

All the glass factories in the country will suspend 
operations June aULh for the summer months The 
stoppage in the window, green, plate-glass and pi-«- 
acripLiun warehouses will be sixty days, and in 
the other hues only thirty days, Ihe American 
Fimt liiass Workers' Union control the industry 
in every line, except window, green bottlfe and plate 
fflass. There will be no trouble in the settlemt*iit of 
wages except, probably, in prescription warenouses. 
In mis line the workers are demanding Iho scale of 
1884, which is equivalent to a 10 per cenu advance over 
the one now in lurce. 

HARDWARE.— Business generally has been quiet of 
late and the market free from any feature worthy of 
special or extended notice. Operators do not appear 
to worry to any extent over the situation, attributing 
duilnebs in a great measure to the season of the year 
and prediciUig a tirmer, more cheerful tone m due 
time. On values the general range undergoes little 
or no variation, though some irregularities .prevail. 
This is noticeable on augurs and bits, on strap and T 
hiiiges, and to some extent on locks, padlocks, bciews 
ana heavy hammers and sledges. Cast butfs are 
hteaoier, ana there appears to be a better tone, for 
wrought iron pipe, which was, at ohe tune, quite a lit- 
tle depressed. 

LATH.— It has been a well maintained market for 
standard stock and of late with an apparent tendency 
to harden, if anything. Demand did not appear in- 
oUned to hurry, yet buyers have developed quite a fair 
run of wants from day to day, so that it was always 
possible to secure some uegotiaiiou and prevent an 
accumulation of undesirable proportions. Indeed, we 
have reports of sales made tu arrive m evidence that 
supplied are not likely to go begging, especially if the 

atoment of bmali quauiities alluat be conhrmeU. 
On spot sales the higuest quotation apparently war- 
l&uted is t^'^.'ib per jU, buL faulty siock of various 
kinUa has sold from that irregularly down to $-iAb per 
M. CouAiOurable quantities ol latU have been coming 
down the Hudaou of late and ironi theso sales aie 
uuuersLOoa to be makiug at about the bame raie as 
for masteru, so tar ab this iStale cut is concerned, but 
Uaoaaiau a tnlle less, not so much on accouul ut 
quahty as from thtj fact that tUey ruu only fifty lu 
bunulo, and it requires about twice the usual amount 
of labor to hanaie them. 

LIME.— Supplies have not been very liberal, and 
everything that came to hand was prompdy taken, 
with some demand still unfilled. Indeed tne general 
market is imquestionably working into a more solid 
condition, anu while values uo uot change as yet, 
receivers speak very confidently of a coiuing im- 
provement. A doubt now sebius to prevail regarding 
the formation of a mauufacturois' combiuatiou thiit 
seaaou. 

LUMBER.— Yard trade has been a little slower in 
quite a number of instances, and It looks as though 
business might befalling away to some extent. This, 
however is not unusual at the present time of j'ear, 
but generally proves only temporary and dealers are 
in pretty much all cases calculating upon a change 
for ine betier again at no disiant period. Supplies 
certainly aie h._ld with confidence and oflereu only 
upon a uasia of full lormer valuation, with dealers 
generally to be found r^uy tu make additions of 
biaudard quality, provided they are not asked to pay 
an advance over previous cobt. £>ome of ibe traue 
have exhibited quite a gleelul sort of feehuglura 
week or two past over a supposed widening oreacn 
between members of the lumber organization re- 
cently formed in this city. Tne lejoiciug, however, 
IS coiiHiied to those who uever gave liio association 
any support, and ia probably based on son-ewhat 
llmisy rumors only. Cwrlainiy the L.umber Trade As 
suciatiou IS t^ettiug along very well, tu all appear- 
ances nas biougbt into shape some needed lelorms 
in ine matter ot cluss-ificatiou, inspection, credits, etc., 
and im lu all prubabiiity laying the fouudaiion upon 
wmcu will glow tne luug-taUtd of Lumberman's Ji*x- 
ufiange, especially as the wholesalers are also said to 
be making a move to tne same euu. Firat baud ofier- 
mgs ot btucu. meet with generally good atteution and 
have on tne whole a promismg marKet, tuough uot an 
• ^pansive one. 

Hjacteiu tipiuce continues in pretty much the same 
general condition as noted for some time past. Tht re 
IS apparently no doubt of demand, but evidently the 
usual uncertainty regarding supply, and sellers are 
Very otfisu and ambiguous about iia.uiiug dales for tu- 
tiue delivery, except a considerable distauce ahead. 
lu the meauLime, Uowever, the saws at the Eastward 
are kept on the jump cutiiug randoms and getting 
iliem oif before a bUiplus oftering sbail make its ap 
pearauce. The latter is a very uncertain factor lo 
calculate upon, as even where mills l»ave been re- 
pan ed and made ready to commence work, progress 
is mucn retarded by tne scant and scattered log sup- 
ply, ^t present the current rates here seem to be 
about !iplt(^i9 per M to cover random and special car- 
goes, tnougn only the very bullish operators claim 
the outside figure. 

fsorthern bpiuce is getting into local consumption 
and dealers^ stocks with considerable freedom and 
commands quite a steauy market, but the demand is 
promptly met, as a rtUe. The curreut run ot valua- 
tion ioi good stock IS about us foUowb: HjlH)^ 'Mc; 4x. 
9, 3jc.; l>4xiu, ;iic. ; 1^^4x9, '-iij^c; 1^4x0^9. I4]»*ic.; ix 
lu, i»c.; ixa, iV>ac.; Ixo^g. l;;ic.; 1x6, ii.>bc.; Ixj, ?J^c. 
as run. 

puiug has come in from the Eastward since ship- 
ments were resumed up to the first of June to the ex- 
tent ot ;:4,1U4 pieces, against ;M,4(j8 pieces uame time 
last year. L)eiiiand has been first 1 ale for all desir- 
able stock uttered, and the line of price since our last 
qmte well supported. \Ve quote cargo rates at 4^c. 
per lineal foot for one-hatt ot cargo l:;j-lnch butt or 
larger and 4y4((^4^BC. for smaller sizea. 



Hemlock verifies the prediction of last year in show- 
ing a quick market for all desirable offerings and an 
expansive sale. To some extent the scarcity of spruce 
has helped the sale of hemlock, yet tne latter wood 
found a good market on it^ own natural merit and at- 
tractive qualities have kept closely sold up to jjroduc- 
tion. Indeed, many of the leading Peunsjlvania nulls 
contributive to this market are under full engagement 
to September 1st. and some contracts have already 
been placed for fall and early winter delivery. We 
quote: Joist at $12.00 per M; Boards at $12.50 do.; 
Timber $12.50 for 24-foot and under, $14 for 2b 10 
32-foot, and $lt> for 34 to 40-foot. 

North Carolina Pine is doing well and seems to have 
a pretty sure thing so long as spruce remams behind 
on supply. Indeed, some receivers feel assured that 
with the unusual advantages they have enjoyed this 
season the stock has undoubtedly secured a perma- 
nent foothold, especially for an order trade. There is 
still considerable objection to it for framing purposes 
and dozens of dealers Would ret use to pile it away in 
yard on account of probable change in color, but we 
notice that responsible dealers who were former op- 
ponents of this class of wood, commence to admit 
that '* it stands a pretty good show." One considera- 
ble drawback to a free movement of this stock has 
been found in the outrageous amount of siliy gush 
publisbed by subservient writers for trade journals, 
etc. The wildly exaggerated statements about the 
immense growth of the business, the wonderful popu- 
larity of the wood, and its free use by ail classes of 
consumers were so wide of the mark as to really excite 
suspicion. Most of our local dealers being too old birds 
be caught by any such provincial metnous. It will 
depend upon the standard of quality preserved if 
manufacturers retain a fair proportion of present 
advantages. Quotations range at about $15.01 (2^16.00 
per M. Dresstd and weU cured stock is finding steady 
excellent sale and affects all other grades of ordinary 
flooring, including white pine. Prices remain steady, 
but there is no apparent Inclination to advance them. 
Current quotations are for sidings. $l9.uu@2J.OO 
for inch and $20.00^21.00 for IJxj inch; for stocks 
$21.00^22.00 for inch and $22.0, (gt-'S.OO for 1J4 inch— 
12, 14 and 10 feet— all kiln-dried No. 1 quauiy, with 
No. 2 worth about $4.00 per M less. 

White Pine remains about steady, but it would be 
difficult to place much stock at the moment on new 
orders. Supplies have come forward with much free- 
dom on couiracC, and these have k-spt dealers busy In 
sorting out and piling away (with an occasional grum- 
ble over ilie illy assorted lots received), and there is 
also said to be a little stock here in first hands, as it 
were, upon which agents are quietly seeking bids. 
The distribution is moderate and somewhat uncertain 
on all outlets, with some complaint again made over 
the character of the foreign demand. vVe quote $17.50 
©19 for West India shipping boards; $20(ai2U for 
South America do. ; $H.iX)(^*10.50 for box boards and 
$17.0u(a 18.00 for extra do. 

Yellow Pine undergoes none of the throes of violent 
changes in price, and while there is reason to think 
that quotations given are a litte full the differences 
between figures named and actual selling basis are no 
more than ordinarily found on this rftarket. The de- 
mand of late has been good in usual course of trade, 
beside which a number of specials are always 
open for figuring, and many of these are from 
time, to time closed and adding to the volume of 
business. Manufacturers generally write confidently 
and appear tobave plenty uf wood on hand. We quote 
Randoms, $11*. 6u(^2i. 00 per M ; Specials, $20.50(S>22.00 
do. ; Green flooring Boards, $21(^122 do.; Dry do. 
do., $23.00(21125.00 do.; Sidings, $15.u0@20,00 do.; Car- 
goes, f. o. b. at Atlantic ports, $13. 00@ 15.00 for rough 
and $l8.O0(gt2O.0O for dressed ; Cargoes, f . o. b. at Gulf 
ports, $ll.jO@l3.00 for rough and $19.00®-! 00 for 
dressed. 

Hardwoods have a good enough market so far as 
keeping stock in hand and asking full rates maybe 
concerned, but there seems to be Sitme lapse in the 
volume of business. No particular reason oan be 
found for a shrinkage in the attendance of buyers, 
except that previous free investment has made ihem 
in a measure temporarily independent aud not in- 
clined to inv»-st until stocks ccmmence to rundown 
somewhat. At the interior quietness is also reported, 
but firm ideas as regards fne value of supplies and no 
effort to sell. The export trade is fair, but confined 
mainly to lumber as lugs are not in favor on the other 
side. In an adjoining column we republish from. the 
London TiiubfiTiafhs' Jot/r/ia/ an important commu 
nicdtiun.upou.iheiSubjcCiof ciealing hardwood plankw. 
W e quote at wnolesaie rates by car load as follows: 
Walnut, $OU(yiilO perM; white ash, $38(5j43 do.; oak, 
$35(0^45 do.; quarter sawed clear, $.^0^55 do.; maple, 
$25@i32 do. ; chestnut, $30(g>35 do. ; cherry, $67@90 do. ; 
white wood, $2a(gi33 do.; elm, $20@23 do.; hickory, 
$38(2,50 do. 

Shingles meet with occasional export call and have 
probably quite as full an outlet on home account as 
usual, Willi prices well susiained throughout ^Supplies 
seem to bb carefully managed so as to avoid auy 
serious surjjlus accuumlation. We quote Cypress 
at $9@10 per Al.for 0x20 and Cypress large $15.00(^l(j.50. 
Pine shipping stock, $3(dt4 for IH inch, and Lastern 
saw grades at $3.25(^r».oO for 10 inch, as to qual- 
ity and to quantity. Eastern shaved cedar, $4(^4.75 
per M. Machine dressed cedar shingles quoted as 
follows : For 3u inch, $15(^20 for A aud $23(r^2H.50 for 
No. 1; for y4inch $13(ii*15 for A aud $18.50^20.50 fur 
No. 1; for20inch, $S.';6(a9.50 for A and $11.50(ai2.50 
for No. 1. 

The exports of lumber, exclusive of hardwoods, from 
the port of New York, during the month of June 
last and since January 1, were as follows: 

Feet. 

To West Indies 1.703.000 

To South America 3,212,000 

To East Indies 017,000 

To Eiu-ope 32,000 

Total feet 5,654,000 

Previously reported this year 3o,112,o00 

Total since Jan. 1, 1887 35.760,000 

Total, same time, l««e a*; ,;i43,000 



CENERAL LUJHBER NOTES. 

THE WEST. 

Referring to the Chicago market the Northwestern 
Ztunibcnnaii says; 
It now appears as if the dimension market had 



reached a degree of solidity that renders it nearly 
impossible for it to experience much of a slump dur- 
ing the present season. If there is to be weakness at 
all, it generally developea during the latter part of 
June. If prices remain firm during June, and over 
July 4, there is little difficulty in holding up tlie mar- 
ket after that. Last year at a corresponding time 
short green piece stuff was selling at $9, and was then 
considered to be doing well. So it can be seen that a 
gain from then till now of fully $1.25 has been made, 
with a corresponding increase of value on common 
inch lumber. It is noticeable that within the present 
month prices on piece stuff have advanced 50 cents 
from the minimum and 25 cents from the maximum 
prices prevailing in May. Prices this year have risen 
at a time when they are usually weak. This has been 
partly caused by lack of vessels to bring the lum- 
ber forward. Everything that can load with grain is 
being chartered. Rates at cents a bushel to Bulfalo 
and 4 cents to Sarnia are too tempting even for a 
lumber shipper, and it Is not an uncommon thing to 
see an old lumber schooner being towed by the cargo 
market, loaded down to the decks with grain for ports 
below. With go much tonnage in the grain and ore 
trade, it becomes impossible for the lumber shippers 
to crowd forward stock so as to glut the market. 

Long dimension is not selling relatively at as strong 
prices as short piece stuff. Pieces 2x4 are rather slow, 
when longer thtin 12 feet. Slim jims are not wanted as 
much aw 2x12-22 and up, and ''ixi4-22 and up. These 
larger sized joists, when 22 and 24 feet long, are espe- 
cially desirable and sell at strong prices. The market 
for long joists is not, however, as active as it would 
have been bad building operations not been checked 
by the bricklayers "■ lockout. 

Inch lumber is active and firm at former quota- 
tions. East Shore No. 2 sells at $12 50 to $13. aome 
Green Bay fiat common has changed hands at lower 
prices, dry going at $13. No. a nowadays has very 
little pickings in it, though the commission men 
regret it. 

btrips are much inquired for. Cargoes that run 
well to strips sell at relatively higher prices than 
boards. Strips sawed from No. 1 logs are in particular 
request. Three cargoes were sold during the week, 
running 7& per cent, to strips at $19. The Pillsbury 
stock has lately been sold for $19.50. 

The Timherman of Chicago as follows: 

It is observed that theyard** are filling up with lum- 
ber very rapidly, notwithstanding the brisk outward 
movement. In May tney gained upon the shortage 
previously shown about 50.00u,0oo feet, and this monih 
that item will be still further diminished. White the 
incoming dry stock has been moved rapidly out to fill 
orders, the quantity of new lumber received has been 
suflicient to make a notable improvement upon the 
ragged condition of the district which was noted after 
the Jlarcb rush. 

The wide distribution of lumber that is going on 
from this market is an encouraging feature of trade. 
The present field that is available tu the dealers heie 
is apparently longer and broader than ever. The 
Eastern demand has become an established factor, 
and is furnishing a steady outlet for much stock toat 
would be a more difficult sale in the West, and the 
latter quarter is ^eudiug more than an average quan- 
tity of orders to this market. The lack of stock at 
Western competing points has forced many dealers in 
the outlying oouniry in that direction to send their 
orders here, where, even in the time of greatest dearth, 
one may by perseverance manage tu get together 
what he wants. 

And editorially as follows: 

Considering the season of the year the prevailing 
firmness in prices is something altogether out of the 
common course of the lumber trade. Indeed, it is 
fast passing from the condiiion of mere adherence to 
prices previously made, and is now developing here 
and there an actual rising tendency— a tendency that 
has resulted in advances at various points. There 
may be those in the trade who are siill hoping and 
looking for cheap lupiber this season, but their num- 
ber is small and growing smaller every day. It is be- 
ginning to be realized ihat tue cheap lumber does not 
exict, and is not likely to be sawed this year, and 
buyers are making some baste to cover their pros- 
pective sales at the prices now ruling. Without wish- 
ing to express too positive an opinion on this subject, 
the Timbennan has no hesiiation in putting on record 
ihe behet ihat lumber is now a pui chase, and is 
likely tu be une at any time during the next thirty 
days. This, it wiil be remembered, is the season of 
the year when the weakness of the lumber market, if 
It is tu show that condition, is most likely to develop. 
It is regarded as the critical period tor prices and a 
time wlien in dull seasons they break and fall oft, 
and in the best they are not expected to more than 
hold thflr own. What is the present traoe of the 
market? In place of the signs of the usual ap- 
proach of the July weakness and uncertainty, 
we see on every hand a disposition to ask 
more for lumber in car-load lots. This feel- 
ing must come from the growing conviction that it 
will be, as it is now impossible to buy aud sell lumber 
upon the present baaiti \jt value tor bulk and assorted 
BLuck respectively and get out even, to say nothing of 
makii.'g a profit. It needs no expert mathematician, 
nor does it require an experienced lumberman to 
cipher out to a uemonsiration that lumber bought at 
going rates cannot be dried, assorted aud bandied 
into cars without a positive loss to the man who un- 
dertakes this work. It is universally conceded that 
this IS impussible. and it is admitted almost as gener- 
ally that the only escape frum this result is in advanc- 
ing prices to consumers. Such a remedy is just and 
rational. If lumber is really worth mure than it was. 
why sbuuldnotthe user pay morefor if/ltisnutsought 
to establish a fancy price tcr lumber, ur to lay a bur- 
den on consumers tor the producer's or nJddlemen's 
enrichment. Tbat.would be open to objectiou on rea- 
sonable economic grounds; but the fact is that neither 
the uiitlmen nor ihe jobbers are making what they 
ought, and an advance m prices wiil do no more at the 
ouiside than to restore such a margin on their sales as 
will properly recompense 4iiem lor the use of their 
capital and the lime and skill employed. This the 
consumer ought to pay, and probably will pay with- 
out much demur if he is inviied to do so. Ihe ptint 
that an advance would check trade and make it diffi- 
cult to get stock off readily is hardly well taken in 
vie^v of the experience uf the trade in this respect, 
wnich shows almost without an exception that the 
best business has beun done when the market isriSing. 
But whether it results in checking trade or not ii is 
pretty well settled that a general advance in prices 
must come« aud imless all signs fail must come 
quickly. 



July 2, 1887 



The Record and Guide. 



899 



The Mississippi Valley Lumberman, Minneapolis, 
says: 

Although there has bnen an increase in shipment 
from both St. Paul and Minneapniis during the past 
week, dealers report a slight falliog off in orders al- 
thou{?h the volume is considerably in excess of what 
is coinuion to this season of the year. Part of this 
can be traced to the broken condition of stocks in 
Minneapohs and St. Paul, and the scarcity of dry 
lumber and the inability of the local mills ti> fill orders 
for even green dimension. But th" larger part of the 
diminution in demand may be traced to the causes 
common to this season of the year. It is neither 
spring nor fall, and the fall revival in trade is not to 
be expected to occur until well in August, and is then 
dependent largely on the crop outcome. 

This has improved steadily during the past week. 
Frequent rains have supplied all the moisture neces- 
sary and favoring weather giving to the growing grain 
rapid growth and good color. In localities there is 
altght complaint of damage from drought or one 
cause or another, but for the most part the crops are 
reported to be looking better than they have looked 
for several seasons at this time of the year. 

******* 

There is an active demand for hardwood, particu- 
larly ash and oak. Norway pine is in generous re- 
quest, but is practically out of the market. Anything 
in the way oi lumber needed in railway couMtruction 
has found and still finds a ready market. There are 
steady shipments of Kansas pine, principally used for 
flooring, to this market, and the wood is apparently 
growing in favor. 

ENGLAND. 

The London Timber Trades Journal as follows: 

London. 

American Black Walnut— There is nothing new to 
record in this; a good amount of trade continues to be 
done, especially in cut stuff, the importaticmsof which 
have again been large this week. Logs are certainly 
not being inquired for to the extent they were in times 
past and probably never again will be, the reason for 
whif-h is fully explained wheu the large importations 
of lumber are considered. At the public sale on 
Thursday, when the pai'cel of logs lately landed ex J. 
Walter Wcammell was offered, a portion only was 
sold, some of the best lots being withdrawn. 

LIVERPOOL. 

Sales at auction of American walnut, ex Baltimore, 
from Baltimore, 'J logs (1(19 ft.), 48. Gc. per cub. foot 
string; ex Iowa, from Boston, 1 log U^JJ-a ft.), 5s. Ud. 
per cub. foot string 

CaliforHian sequoia, ex E, T. Crowell, from San 
Fraucisco, 149 planks t3.'0 ft,), i!s. and ^s. 3d. per foot. 

We also call attention to the following important 
communication to the Timber Tra(fes'' Journal refer- 
ring to cleatiug hardwood planks: 

Editor Timber Trades" Journat: 

Sir— Concerning what j'ou say in your mahogany 
report last week, page 551, in speaking of American 
whitewood and the manner in which it is "cleated '' 
by the shippers, we quite a?ree with what you say as 
to the great advantage of the use of hoop iron in 
place of strips of wood for " cleats." 

We have recently received a consignment of lum- 
ber from New York eleated with wood, the valu^ of 
which is seriously damaged by end shakes, whilst in 
the ca«e of a parcel received some time back, which 
was eleated with iron, we find that in every case the 
iron bad buckled and adapted itself to the shrinkage 
occasioned by drying. We can, therefore, recommend 
the use of iron in preference to wood from practical 
experience, and are only surprised that the latter 
material is ever used for the purpose. Lumber. 

NAILS.— Very little variety was to be found in the 
character of the reports, and the selling internst gen- 
erally finds most reason to complain. Demand is un" 
certain, and while taking out a considerable amount 
of slock, does so in an erratic manner, and fails to 
contribute toward bringing the market into good, 
solid sort of shape. The production, too, is a little 
unmanageable, and now and then flops over just 
when operators hoped to bring matters under con- 
trol. We quote at $^©3.20 per-keg, according to size 
of invoice. • 

PAINTS, OILS. ETC.— Business is dull. Some local 
and a little near-by country trade Is doing, but the 
general movement of supplies falls below expecta- 
tions, and more or less complaint is made according- 
ly. Holders, however, manage to keep the stock 
under control, and former rates are asked with firm- 
ness, as a rule. Liuseed Oil has good demand, and is 
firm at 4T(yj48c. for Western, and 4fl(fii4nt.bC for City. 
Spirits Turpentine is meeting with only a moderate 
call, mainly in a jobbing way. and this, in conjunction 
with ample stocks, has a weakening influence on va'- 
ues. Qu'ited at 34(5^350. per gallon, according to size 
of invoice, etc. 

TaR AND PITCH.— About former rates ruling, but 
very little demand current, and the market had a 
quiet tone throughout. Supplies are ample We 
quote Pitch at $l.:J5(atl-50 per bbl ; Tar at $2.00(0^3.25, 
according to quantity, quality and delivery. 

For Tables of Building Material prices see pages 
VII., viii. and ix. 



SALES OF THE WEEK, 

The following are the sales at the Real Estate Ex- 
change and Auction Room for the week ending 
July 1: 

* Indicates that the property described has been bid 
in for plaintWa account: 

JOHN P. B. SMYTH. 

Bowery. No. :S41. w s, 201 s Great Jones st, 36.4 
x9".Kx.J.5xH'^.io, four-fltory brick (stone 
front) store and tenem't. Morris Simon. .. $31,8t)0 

Burling slip, No. 3, es, 57.5HPearl st, 'Zl.'ixiOA 
x:ilx41.5, three-story frame (brick front) 
store and dwell'g. H. C. Plass 10,450 

Orchard st, No. 8. s e cor (^aual st. 16x4tixl7x 
4tt. two-htory frame (brick front) store and 
dwell'g. J. W. Swanfon lSJ,525 

Pearl st. No. '^40, 8 e cor Burling slip, t'2 0x54 4 
x'^ 6x57.6. four-Btory brick factory. Dr. 
E. J. W. Jackson 

Pearl st, No. iM-'. 32.8x51.2x20. nx.54.4. four 
story brick office building. H. C. PIbps... 

«6th Bt, No. ton, B s, bet 2d and 8d avs, 25zOB.9, 
threo-atory btick d weirg. ' ^' 



109th sN No. 310, s s. 12R e 2d av, 2.5x100.11. one- 
story frame building. Thomas Hammill. . 3,900 

Lexington av. Nos 1434 to 1440, w s. bet 93d 
and 94th sts. 66.8x75, four four-story brick 
and stone flats. Kwartwout 52,8C0 

JAMES L. WELL.S. 

134th st. No. 635. n s, 123.2 w Willis av. 16,8x100, 

three-story frame dw*'ll'g. T. Sweeney. . . 4,750 
134th St. No. 633. adj, 16 8x100, similar dwelPg. 

G. H. Ehlers 4,700 

Alexander av. No. 16.5. n w cor 135th st, 16. Rx 

70, three-story brown stone dwell'g. B. P. 

Fairchild 8.800 

Alexander av. No. 169, w s. 150 s 136th st, 16.8x 

70, three-story brown stone dwell'g. I. L. 

Egbert 7,750 

•Alexander av. No. 187, s w cor 130th st, 16.8x 

70, three-story brown stone dwelling. 

Charles H. Knubel 9.500 

Alexander av. No. 196, e s, 50 n 13'".th st, 16.6x 

96.6. three-story brown stone dwell'g. 

Henry C. Knub^^l. defendant 8,000 

♦Railroad av, w s, .55 s 168th st, runs south 70 x 

west — to centre of Mill Brook, x north 125 

to 168th st, X east 124 x south 55 x east 120 

to beginning. Wm H. Meeks, exr. and 

trustee. (Amt due $4,973) 4,250 

WM. KENNELliY & BRO. 

*21stst. No. 504. s s, 75 w 10th av, 25x91.11, 
four-story brick t''nem't. General Theo- 
logical Seminary of Protestant Episcr pal 
Church, United States. (Leasehold; amt 
due $5,107) 4,500 

*21st St. No 506, adj. 3.';x9l.ll. Same. (Lease- 
bold.) (Amt due $7.319) 3,500 

*21st st, Nos. 526 and 52a, s s, 350 w inthav, 50x 
91.11. two four-story brick tenem'ts. Same. 
(Leasehold.) (Amt due $18 354) 8,000 

•10th av. Nos. 177 -18;^. sw cor 21st st, 84x75. 
four four-story brick stores and tenem'ts. 
General Theological Seminary of Protes- 
tant Episcopal Church United States. 
(Leasehold.) (Amt due $38.895) 21,000 

SCOTT & MYERS. 

Franklin av, w b, 53 n 16Kth at, 97.7x209..5x 
irreg. xlOO.4. two-story frame dwell'g, 
stable, barn, &c. James McGowau. (Bid 
in) 16,000 

J. THOMAS STEARNS. 

18th St, No 315 K.. n s. 20x93, three-story brick 

dwell'g. Annie Renaud . 13,500 

*33d St. No. 237, n s, 203.4 w 2d av, 18.4x98 9. 
three-story stone front dwell'g. Theodore 
Rich and ano 10,500 

3d or Fordham av, No. 1699, w s, 200.8 n 173d 
St. 50x120, two-story frame store and dwell- 
ing. P.Weber 7,400 

W. W. FOGO. 

St. Nicholas pi, 8 e cor 150th St. 74.11x100, three- 
Btory brick and stone dwell'g. Geo. Wolf, 
(Amt due $29,605) 36.000 

St. Nicholas pi. adj, 50x100, vacant. Same. 

(Amt due $7.708) 30.100 

T. F. ARCHER. 

Water st. No. 39, s w cor Coenties slip, 4^x30, 
five-story brick office building. F. Mahn- 
ken 22,950 

23d St. No. 114. s «, 175 e 4th av, 25x98 9, four- 
story brick store and dwelTg. H. Brash.. 36,800 

112th8t, No. 165, n s, 19i) w 3d av. 30x100.11, 

five-story brick flat. Thomas Moran 22,500 

H. HBNRIQU8S, 

*3dav. No 1833, en, 50.11 n 101st st. 25x90, five- 
story brick tenem't with stores. Robert 
Royd. (Am*, due $5,300; prior mort. 
$20,000) 24,400 

A. H. MULLER & SON. 

Divi<»ion st. No. 193, s s. 156.9 e .Jefferson st, 27 

xabt'ie. Louis Stern 7,300 

East Broadway, No. 204, n s, 156.9 e Jefferson 

St. 26 X abt 68 Louis Stern 20,000 

East Broadway, ss, 343 e Catharine st, 27x75. 

James F.Horan 24,700 

Madison st, s s, 238 e Market st ,25x100, lot only. 

John Gray 10,050 

Oliver st. No. 18, e s, 34.6x92x33.4x91.10. Wm. 

Morris 9,000 

South st, n 8, 90 e Clinton st, 93.4x145.10 to 

Water st. James F. Horan 63,000 

*3d av, Nos. 1709-1715. n e cor 95th st. 100.8x100, 1 
fourflve-story brick tenem'ts with stores, I 
unfinished Y 

95th st, n s. 100 e 3d av. 160x100.8, six flve- 
story brick teuem'ts, unfinished.. ... J 
Salomon Marx et al. (Amt due $^1.7(0.) 
(Lota sold Feb., 1886, for $102,500 with a 
Iran) 138,000 

4th av. No. 54. w s. 44.5 8 9th st, 25.3x102.11x26 2 
xlll.4, three-story brick building. J. F. 
TobiD. (Leasehold) 6,000 

JOHN T. DOYD. 

Burnet or 146th st, n e cor Barry av, 25x100. 

Frank Yoran 5''0 

Burnet st, ns,adj, 100x100. Same 1,800 

Burnet st, n s, adj, 25x100. Same. 500 

Barry av, e s, 100 n Burnet st, 100xl25x— xt50. 

Same '2,000 

Total $739,405 

Corresponding week. 1886 $56,985 

— -^ > » 

BROOKLTN, N. 1. 

T. A. KBRRIGAN . 

*West iRt St. lot 23 map Boulevard, frame 

dwell'g. Perry's cottage. Vnulioe Levy. . . $300 
♦ludef t. plot on same map, 75x100. game 1 ,200 

TATLOB * FOX. 

Clifford pi late Dobbin st. No. 5. w s, near Cal- 

yerst. aSx-. De Witt McCaffrey l.SOO 

Clifford pi. No. r, aSx— 1,87ft 

Clifford pi, No. 9, 85x— 1,500 

J. OGLE. 



CONVEYANCES. 



30,000 
30,050 
LtJn Plzer^^..', it.fi") 



*Itepelye st, southerly cor Richards at, runs 
southwest 100 X southwest 135 x northeast 
— to Haniilt^on av. x north 41. fi to Kapelye 
Bt, x 132 to beginning. Frederic A. Potts 
etal. (Morts. $0.000) 21,000 

William st, s w cur Troy av, 217.10x100, Flat- 
bush. H J. Conrady 1,500 

Cooper av. n w s, .18(1 n e Bushwick av. as 
widened, IBxlOO. Brooklyn Mill and Lum- 
ber Co ■_ 2.490 

Total I J3I,365 

CorregpoQding week, 188a. ..1..^.... :..., (28,990 



WJierever the letters Q. C. and C. a. O. occur, pre- 
ceded bj/ the name of the yrantee they rtiean im follown; 

Ist — <?. C. ia an abbreviat ion for Quit Claim deed, 
{. e.^ a deed in which all the ri(/ht, title aiid interest of 
the yrantor is co7iveyed, omitting all covenants or t«ar- 
ranty. 

2d— 0. a. Q. mentis a deed containing Covenant 
against Oraidor only, in which he covenants that he 
hath not dorte any act whereby iheestate conveyed may 
be impeached, charged or encumbered. 



NEW YORK CUT. 

June 24, 25, 27, 28, 29, 30. 

Bowery, No. 132, w s, 100 n Grand st, 2.5x101.6 
x24.10xl05.3, three-storv brick store and 
dwell'g. Partition. Clifford A. fl. Bartlett 
to Marks Arnheim. June 27. $47,000 

Bowpry. Nos. 79i^ and 81, e s, 163 6 s Hester st, 
25.1x11.5.3x24.7x115.3, two-story brick build- 
ing with stores'. Partition. Clifford A. H. 
Bartlett to Joshua Jones. June '29. 34,750 

Bame property. t!ame. as trustee f < ir Susan P. 

Leggett, to same. B. & S. June 29, all title, nom 
Bowling Green, No. 5. Reorganization of the 
firm of F. Martinelli & Co. to conduct saloon 
and wholesale liquor business at said premises. 
Chrystie st, No. 15, w s, .51) n Bayard st, 2.5x 
77. ti, five-story brick store and tenem't. 
George 8. Adrian to Nathan Federgreen. 
June 27. 29,.5C0 

Cannon st, Nos. 60-6H, e s, 100 s Rivington st, 
100x100, four five-story brick tenem'ts. Isaac 
Rinaldo to Marks Rinaldo. J^ part. Morts 
«30.00(l. May .5. nom 

Cannon st. No. 132, e s, 75 s Houston st. 25x.50, 
three-story frame (brick front) dwell'g. Rob- 
ert Moser to Eliza Dean. Mort. $40,000. June 
29. 7,7.50 

Cherry st. No. 348. n w cor Montgomery st 
•2,S,3x9H 9x23.4x96.10, two-story brick build- 
ing with store. Partition. Clifford A. H. 
Bartlett to William McCormick. June 29 

12,300 
College pi, Nos. 43 and 45, e s, 50 s Warren st. 
runs east 35 x south 30 x east 35 x south 17.6 
X west .50 to College pi, x north 37.6, two 
four story brick stores and tenem'ts. Con- 
stantina wife of Charles F. Bender to Robert 
J. Leaycraft. Mort. $15,000. June 25. 33,000 
Delancey st, No. I'JO, n s, .50 e Essex st, 25x51. 
flye-story brick store and tenem't. Bamuel 
L. Goldstein and Louis Foreman to Meyer 
Eisenberg. Morts. $12,700. June 15. 18.000 
Delaucey st. No. 137, s s, 50 e Norfolk st, 2.5x75, 
five-story brick store and tenem't. Nettie 
I.oewy to Nathan Loewy. Morts. $19,750, 
June 29. nom 

East Broadway, n s, .50.4 w Rutgers st. runs 
north 93.6 to s s Canal st. x northwest 28 5 x 
south Kill. 9 to East Broadway, x east 25, be- 
ing No. 158 East Broadway and 30 Canal st, 
four-story brick store and tenem't on East 
Broadway and five-story brick store and tene- 
ment on Canal st. Lucia M. Cohen, widow, 
to Jacob Rubenstein and Philip Sammet. 
Mort. $18,0iK). April 20. 36,000 

East Broadway, No. 260. n w cor Montgomery 
st, 33x105 to No. 247 Division st, x23xl04.7. 
East Broadway, vacant, and two-story brick 
store and dwell'g on Division st. Julius H. 
Gross to Wolf Boroschek. X part. Mort. 
$16.0110. June 2.3. 3,000 

Eldriiige st, No. 129, w s, .50.6 n Broome st, 24.6 
xV5, five-story brick store and tenem't. Helena 
wife of Fritz Figge to George Kocher and 
Emma his wife. Mort. $3,200. June 27. 12,000 
Eldridge st, w s, 100 s Stanton st, 75x100, No. 
207, three-story brick dwell'g; Nos. 209 and 
211, four-story brick factory; No. 313, three- 
story brick dwell'g. John L, Kipp et al., 
exrs. Cornelia A. Kipp, to John L. Kipp. 
Morts. $14,C0I>. June 28. 45,000 

Same property. John L. Kipp to Hannah 
Rathbun. B. & 8. Sub. to morts. June 28. 

nom 
Same property. Hannah Rathbun to Emily R. 
wife of John L. Kipp. B. & 8. Bub. to 
morts. Morts. $73,(100. June 28. nom 

Elizabeth st, No. 235, w s, 101 n Prince st, 20.3 
x91. 10x20.3x91.7, three-story brick building 
with store. Partition. Clifford A.. H. Bart- 
lett to John Callahan. June 28. 8,000 
Elizabeth st. No. 2:W, w s, 81.1 n Prince st, 19,11 
xl03.3x31. 1x102.9, three-story brick store and 
tenem't. Partition. Same to same. June 
28. 8.700 
Elizabeth st, No. 116, e s, 100.1 n Grand st, 24.3 
x9,s. 8x25x95. 6, two-story frame (brick front) 
store and dwell'g and two two-story brick 
stables on rear. Partition. Clifford A. H. 
Bartlett to Marks Arnheim. June 37. 1.5,2.50 
Essex st. No. 44, e s, 126.2 s Grand st, 25xl0(».2x 
35..5xlo0.1, five story brick tenem't with store 
and fiv«-story brick tenem't oa rear. Parti- 
tion. Clifford A. H. Bartlett, ref., to 
George Cohen. June 28. 28,000 
Franklin st. No. 79, s s, 25B.7 w Broadway, 18.9 
x76x21. 1x76.4, three-story brick warehouse. 
Moritz B. Phillpp to Carl Rommelsbacher. 
May 31. 46,000 
Gansevoort st, No. 60, s s, 176 e Washington st, 
24x87x24x86,9, five-story brick store and tene- 
ment. Isabella wife of John Glass to Isa- 
bella Glass. Mort. $15,000. Jan. 20. nom 
Gansevoort st, No. 62, s s, 153 e Washington st, 
34x8t;.9x34x85.5, liye-story brick store and 
tenem't. Same to Barbara L. Glass. Mort. 
$15,000. Jan. 30. nom 
Greene st. No. 39, w a, 20x100, four-storv iron 
tront store, Cfaarloite A. Astor, individ. and 



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trustee under will Thomas B. Gibbes, ilec'i), 
and Zela Gibbes to Harris D. Colt. June 1. 40,000 

Banae property. Harris D. Colt to Charlotte A. 
Astor. B. & B. June I. 40,000 

Groene st. No. 29, w s, 125 8 Grand st, 3)xl0.t. 
Harris D. Colt to Charlotte A. Astor. B. & 
S. June I. 40.(03 

Greene st, No. 104, e s, 200 s Prince st, 25x100, 
five story bi-ick (iron front) factory. Nathan 
Strauss to Rosa wife of Ralph Brown. June 
29. B7.S00 

Greenwich st, No. 832, w s, C3.6 n Troy st, 20.10 
x75, three-story brick dwelPg. Baniuel 
Trimble, Brooklyn, to Joseph D. Eldredge. 
Mort. $3,500. June 34. 17,0(0 

Greenwich st, No. 832, w s, 63.6 n West 12th 
formerly Troy st, 2 >. 10x75, thiee-story brick 
dwell'g. William B. Corning, Jr., Bparkill, 
N. Y., to Samuel Trimble, Brooklyn. Mort. 
$3,510. June 23. nom 

Henry st. No. 185, n a, 71.4 e Jeff»raou at, 24i 
87.0, three-story brick dwell'g. R'lwcwxZe- 
mansky to Louis Roseublum. Mort. ?0,000. 
Juue2b. 16,0C0 

Henry st, No. 838, s e, 135 w Jackson st, 25x 
94.llx2o.lx94.10, two-story brick dwell'g ard 
two-story brick stable on rear, new building 
in course of erection. Peter Daly to John 
Overbeok. Correction deed. Mort. $3,.'jOO 
May 14. 11,800 

Horatio st, s s, 151.1 w Greenwich av, runs 
south — X north — to Horatio st at piint 151 
w Greenwich av, x west — to beginning. 
John E. O'Brien to N. Y. Caledonian Club. 
June 24. 250 

John st. No. 15, at s w cor 9 foot gangway on 
n s John st, runs north along gangway, &c., 
134.6 X west 35 x south 120.6 to John st, x 
east 35.0; also all title in gangway. Jame« 
M. Thorburn to Emily Thorburn. B. & S. 
June 37. nom 

Liberty st, No. 112, s s, 84.4x.53 2x34.4x.5.3.7, 
flvestory stone fi'ont store. J. Monroe Tay- 
lor to Elizabeth W. Chanter. June 25. 50,000 

Lispenard st, No. 10, s s, 80.5 e West Broadway, 
20x69, two-story frame factory. Joseph 1. 
West to William Z. and Charles E. Lamed. 
Mort. $6,000. June 29. 12,OfO 

Madison st, u s, 104.4 w Jefferson st, 36.1x100. 
Lena wife of Charles Iiaue to Harris Klein. 
Mort. $ll,f't0. June 29. 1.5,909 

Marion st, Nos. 7, 9 and 11, e s, 145.1 n Broome 
st, 50x100, three two-story brick dweU'Ra. 
Robert Mook and ano., exrs. Thomas Mook, 
dec'd, to Simon Goldenberg. June iO. 28,503 

Mitchell pi, No. 9, n e, 144 e lat av, 18x80.10, 
three-story stone front dwell'g. Catherine 
B. wife of John Brady to Henrietta L. Wel- 
tor, Brooklyn. Mort. $9,000. June 9, '50. 13,000 

Mulberry st, Nos. 145 and 147, w s, 99.2 g Grand 
st, .')0.4x98.1Ix47.8xl0) in two courses, six- 
story brick factory. Edmund Dodge to 
George W. Rogers. Morts. $50,000. June 
33. 95,000 

Murray st, Nos. 63 and 65. Agreement and re- 
lease. Henry Day and ano., trustee^, and 
Charlotte A. Astor to Zela Gibbes. June 1. 

other consid. and nom 

Morton st. No. 43, s s, 175 w Bedford st, 24. 4x 
91x34.11x91, three-story brick dwell'g and 
two story frame dwell'g on rear. Jane Mil- 
ler, widow, Individ, and extrx. Edward A. 
Miller, to George Orr, Henry M. Tostevlu 
and John J. Roberts. Mort. $9,000. June 
39. 13,' 00 

Prince st, No. 114, s s, 40 w Greene st, 20x75, 
three story frame (brick front) factory. 

Prince st, Nos. 113 and 11.5, ns, .50 w Greene 
st, 35x95, three-story brii;k factory and 
four-story brick tenem't on rear. 

Prince st. No, 117, n s, 75 w Greene st, 25x95, 
five story brick factory. ) 

Peter M. Wilson to Louis and Samuel Sachs. 
Mort. $26,000. June 13. 70 0t0 

Pitt st, Nos. 54 and 56, e s. 129.7 n Delancey st, 
48x101.4, four-story brick dwell'g. Church 
of St. Mary to Joseph Frey. June 24. 24,000 

Prospect pi. No. 67, s e cor 4.3d st, 17.1x58, 
three-story .stone front dwell'g. William No- 
ble to Martin Goerl. Morts., assessmts., &c. 
June 25. 9,500 

Rivington st. No. 104, n s, 44.3 e Ludlow st, 
22x80, threo-story brick dwell'g. Alois 
Brommer to Fritz Maus. B. & S. All title. 
June 24. 8,000 

Same property. Fritz Maus to Pauline Brom- 
mer. C .a. G. All title. June 24. 8,500 

South st, No. 61, n s, 29.7 e Wall st, 23.Ss.'i0.2x 
west 4. 11 X south 8.4 x west 18.9 x south 39.8, 
five-story brick oHice building. Henry 
Peetfch to Peter Kelaher. Mort. $15,0:)0. 
June 14. 26,(00 

Stanton st. No. 179, s s, 75 w Attorney st, 25x 
98.11x25.3x98.9, three story brick teuem't 
with store and two story brick rear building. 
Partition. Clifford A. H. Bartlett to Ferdi- 
nand Schmitt. June 28. 14,60) 

Same property. Ferdinand Schmitt to Peter 
Freess. Mort. $10,00 >. June 28. 16,375 

Stanton st, Nos. 2'J4-398, n s, 50 w Lewis st, tOx 
80, three three-story frame (brick front) 
tenem'ts. Abram Wakfinan, exr. Joseph M. 
Liuehan, to Morris Fraukln. June 30. 16,200 

Banio property. Morris Franklin to Rachel 
Richman. Mort. $10,103. June 30. 20,000 

Water st. No. 607, s s, abt 105.10 e Montgomery 
st, 21x70, three story brick dwell'g. Edward 
Fflbel to Eliza A. wife of James A. Sloan. 
Mort. $4,0U0. June 37. 5..500 

West st, w s, at prolongation of s s of Beach st, 
runs south 135 alorg river, being the bulk- 
head, with all ripari»i rights, &c. Old Do- 
re inion S. S. Co, to May Jr, &C., New York. 
June 21. 75,000 



Same property. Release. Farmers' Loan and 
Trust Co. to Old Dominion B. B. Co., and 
Mayor, &c , New York. June 21. nom 

Weehawken si;. No. 9, e s, 87.11 n Christopher 
st, runs east 74.11 x north 10, 6 x east 9.10 x 
north 10.3 x west 78.6 to Weehawken st, x 
south 22, three story frame (brick front) 
dwell'g and two-story brick stable on rear. 
Thomas E. Keaue to Burtis tjkidmore. June 
iiO. Bom 

8d st, No. 186, s s, 2C0 7 w Av B, 24x106, five- 
story brick fctore and tenem't. Jacob Pries 
to Otto Kuhn. Mort. $10,000. June 81. 30,300 

3d st, B B, No. 384, 6 s, 40.4 o Iiewis st, 20x abt 
41, three story brick dwell'g. Hugh ,1. Grant, 
Sheriff, to Sarah Gould. Deed on execution. 
June 34. 325 

3d st. No. 386, s s, abt Cn.6 e Lewis st, 20x.54x20x 
66,9, three story brick dweh'g. Elias Shalken- 
Btein to Ignatz Goottman. Morts. $"^,250 
June 23. 6,350 

5th st. No. 647, n s, 1.S4.6 w Av C, 19.10x97, four- 
story brick store and tenem't and four-story 
brick tenem't on rear. Philipp Weber to 
Adolph Jaeger and Anna his wife. Mort. 
$6,.50O. June 31. 12,«(0 

8th st, No. 13, n e, 204 o 3d av, 26x112.10, five- 
story brick (stone front) store and dwell'g. 
Charles Gaeljens to John Lindenmeyir. 
June 80. 41,000 

10th st, n 8, 175 e 2d av, 35x94. Karl Witzel to 
Gerson Hyman. Mort. $10,t00. June 30. 

19,.50O 

nth st, Ko. Ill, n s, r33 w 6th av, runs west HO 
X north 103.3 x east 50 x south 30 x wf st 2(1 x 
south 83.3, flve-s'.ory stone front flat. Eliza- 
beth Lvops to James J. Lyons. Sub. to 
morts. $35,000. May 7. 500 

13th st. No. 20, 8 s, 325 w .5th av, 25xl24x— x 
115 6, one-story brick boiler house. Freder- 
ick W. Miller to Laura F. Hearn. June S>). 

21,350 

14ih st, n 6, 119 e 3d av, 58x103.8, two five-story 
brick flats. Joseph Bchwarzler to George 
Ehret. Mort. $76,t00. June 30. See Pleasant 
av. 137,600 

Same property. Release mort. Peter Wittner 
and Julius Lippman to Joseph Bchwarzler. 
June 30. 15,(03 

17th st. No. 108, s s, 1.50 w fith av, 35x93, five- 
story brick (stone front) flat. Charles L. Ritz- 
mann to Henriette Fernbach. Mort. $34,(^KI0. 
June 30. S>,000 

18th 6t, Nos. 334, 336 and 338, s s, S95 w 8th av, 
60x93, two five-story brick apartment houses. 
Catharine M. Torrey and Samuel W. her hus- 
band to William S. Maddock. June 28. nom 

38d st, No. 305, n s, 97.7 e 3d av, 24 5xi'8 9, two- 
story brick shop. Robert Mook and ano., 
exrs. Thomas Mook, to John Reilly. June 
24. 16,250 

26th st, No. 263, s s, SO e 8th av, 30x49.4, three- 
story brick dwell'g. William Hopper to John 
S. Weatherley. Mort. $1,000. June 33. 10,000 

30th st. No. 858, s s, 1544 e 9th av, 18.4x08.9, 
three story brick dwell'g. Mary A. wife of 
Cummings H. Tucker to Isabella Wallace. 
Mort. $8,000. June 34. 16,000 

31st st. No. 308, s s, 470 w 2d av, 20x98 9, three- 
story brick dwell'g. Karoline wife of Ga- 
briel'Kabn to Bridget A. Collins. June 30. 

13,CC0 

.32d st. No 5.55, n s, 175 e llth av, 35x98.9, five- 
story brick store and tenem't and three-story 
brick dwell'g on rear. Stephen W. Jones, 
pxr. Benjamin Wallace, to Emma L. M. 
Roon-e. Mort. $9,000. June 39. 11,600 

34th st, No. 143, u s, 133.6 e Lexington av, 17.6 
xlOO, four-story stone front dwell'g. Henry 
M Richards, Warren, O.. John P. M. and 
Sarah M. Richards, Individ, and as exrs. Jo- 
siah Richards, to Laura M. Watkinson. June 
14. 3 1,030 

SOth st, No. 20, s s, 300 w 5th av, 20x98.9, four- 
story brick dwell'g. Mary W. wife of Sam- 
uel A. Strang to Kdmund L. Baylies. June 
27. 35,500 

36th st, Nos. 339 and "41, n s, 311 e 9th av, 39i 
98.9, two five-story brick stores and tenem'ts. 
William Rankin to John Rankin. B. & S. 
Oct. 6. 18,C00 

38th st. No. 236, s ?, 130 w 2il av, 20x73.6, three- 
story brick dwell'g. Thomas J. Barry to 
Mo=es Greenebaum June 28. 10,875 

38th st. No. 210, s s, 175.9 e 3d av, 28 9x103x28.9 
xlOO, five-story stone front store and tenem't. 
John D. Karst, Jr., to Bertha Steam anil 
Esther Foley. Mort. $19,003. June 34. 33.000 

40th st, No. Ill, n s, 177.1 w 6th av, 33.11x98.9. 
Release mort. Louise P. wife of Prank P. 
Norton, Stony Brook, L. I., to William H. 
Malcolm. April 33. nom 

40th st. No. 5111, s s, 175 w 10th av, 35x98.9 one- 
story frame dwell'g and two story brick 
and frame stables on rear. Sarah Tregoning, 
widow, to David Stevenson. J^ part. June 
"■1. 8,000 

40th st, n a, 85 e Lexington av, 40x98.9, Presby- 
terian Church. Murray Hill Presbyterian 
Church to the Trustees of the Presbytery, N. 
Y. All liens. June '.'3. 1,000 

40th st. No. 207, n s, 100 w 7th av, 35x98.9, new 
building projected. William Rankin to John 
llankin. B. & S. Feb. 14, 1887. 40,000 

40th st, No. 834, s s, 857 w 7th av, 14.3x98.9, 
four-story brick dwell'g. Solomon B. Solo- 
mon and ano., exrs. and trustees Harris 
Aronson, to Charles E. Lamed. Jane 39. 

10,000 

44th st, No. lie, 3 s, 335.1 w 6th av, 18.8xl00.1x 
18.6x1(0.4, Ihrje-story brick dwell'g. Parti- 
tion. Clillord A. H. Bartlett to John H. 
Hindley. Juoe 28. 18,100 



46th st, Nos. 114-120, s s, 200 w 6th av, runs 
south 100.5 X west 50 x south 18.5 x west 115 x 
north 18,5 i east 65 x north 100.5 to 4iith st, x 
east 100, three and two-story briok stables. 
Ira Brown to William T. Rjerson. B. & S. 
June 24. nom 

46th st. No. 107, n s, 255 w Lexington av, 20x 
U'0.5, four-story brick (■itone front) dwell'g. 
Elizabeth R. otherwi.se Eliza R. Cogswell to 
The New York, New Haven & Hartford Rail- 
road Co. Mort. $9,000. June 28. 18,750 

47th st. No. 34, s s, 430 w 5th av, 20x100.5, four- 
story stone front dwell'g. James and Albert 
Bymington to Havelock Symington. % part. 
June 23. 24,667 

47th st. No. 149, n 8. 300 e 7ih av, 20x100.5, 1 
three-story stone front dwell'g. I 

43d st. No. 210, ss, 130w 7th av, 17x100.4,1 
four-slory brick dwell'g. J 

Havelock Bjmirgton to James and Albert 
Symington, i,,' part. June 23. 12,333 

47th st, No. 133, us, 460 e 7th av, 30x100.5, 
three-story stone front dwell'g. Foreclos. 
John Delahunty to William S. Patten. June 
24. 30,550 

47lh st. No. SIO, 8 f, 175 w 8th av, 25x100.5, five- 
story stone front flat. Margaret A. wife of 
Michael Sweeney to Catharine, Ellen C. and 
Patrick H. Atfleld. "4 parts. B. & 13. Mort. 
a of $15,0('O. May 2,S. 6,( 00 

Same property. Catharine, Ellen C. and Pat- 
rick H. Alfield to Ann Atfield, nidow for life. 

B. & 8. Sub. to morts. $hl.0OJ. Moy 25. nom 
49th st. No. 514, s s, 313.4 w 10th av, 26.4x100.5, 

five-story brick flat. Agnes Dowling to John 

C. Barth. Mort. $14,ii00. June 38. 19,435 
Same property. John 0. Barth to Pauline 

Wolf. June 28. 21,0.0 

49th st;. No. 539, n s, 535 w 10th av, 35x100.5, 
five story stone front flat. William McComb 
to R Maitland Petrie, Jersey City. Mort. 
$20,600. June 1. 23,.5C0 

52d st. No. 326, s s. 313 e 2d av, 19x100.5, three- 
story stone front dwell'g. Rachel wife of 
and Morris 'Victorius to Emanuel Menline. 
Morts. $5,( OD, taxes, &c. June 24. 10,000 

52d st, Nos. 4 .'3 and 425, n s, 8( w 9th av, 5lix 
100.5, two five-story brick tenem'ts. No. 435 
with stores, John M. Ruck So Jacob Vix. 
Morts. $33,' 00. June 29. 56,000 

54th st, Nos. 145-153, n s, 100 e Lexington av, 
12.5xI00..5, two three and four-story brick 
brewery. Jacob Abies to The Jacob Ahles 
Brewing Co. All liens. June 27. 60 OOO 

56th st. No. 131, n s, 412.6 w 6th av, 20.10x100.5, 
five-story stone front flat. James McClena- 
han, Harrison, N. Y., to Alexander Moore. 
Morts. $18,.500. Jure 37. 25,0(0 

57th st. No. 3t-9, n s, 1.50 w 7th av, 35x100.5, 
three-story brick front and cne and two-story 
rear brick stables. John H. Taylor to Carl- 
ton S. Gilscn et al., exrs. John Taylor. Mort. 
$31,0CO. June 6. 30,(00 

5Sth st. No. 433, n 8, 319.7 w Av A, IS.lxlCO 4, 
three-story stone front dwell'g. Hannah 
Reck, Montclnir, N. J., to Rebecca wife of 
Leonard Scott. B. & S. and C. a. G. June 
27. 2C0 

58th st. No. 229, n s, 4C0 w 7th av, 2.5x100.5 two- 
story brick stable. 1'homas H. McGraw, 
Pougbkeepsie, to Cornelius O'Reilly. Mort. 
$10,0(0. June 24. 19,.'O0 

61st st, Nos. 218-223, s s, 250 w 10th av, lOOx 
ICO 5, one story frame building. John Ke- 
hoe to John W. Haaren. Mort. $13,.500. 
June 30. See 8th av. 40,f00 

62d st, 6 s, 30) e llth av. 100x100.5, vacant. 
Foreclos. Nelson J. Waterbury, ref., to 
George C. Angell. Mort. $76,000 on this and 
other property. June 28. 3,( 03 

63d st, No. 133, n s, 291.9 w 9th av, 18.6x100.5, 
four story brick dwell'g. Foreclos. William 
H. L. Lee to Giraud Foster. Sub. to 
morts , foreclose of morts. , taxes, &c. June 
9. t03 

Same property. Giraud Foster to William J. 
Light and Thomas Louther, of Light & Lou- 
ther. Sub. to mort. and judgment foreclos- 
ure $13,799, and taxes. Jiine 38. nom 

65th st. No. 39, n s, 151 w 4th av, 18x1(0.15, four- 
story stone front dwell'g. Abraham Stein to 
William H. Hildreth. All liens. June 9. 3.5,000 

67th st. No. 203, n s, 75 w 10th av, 35x75.5, five- 
story biick tenem't George Wolfe and Sadie 
wife of Leon Ulman to Annie B. Thompson. 
Mort.$13,50J. June 28. See 68th st. 18.250 

67th st. No. 221, n s, 300 w 10th av, 25x100.5, 
five-story brick flat. John and Michael (?ol- 
leran to Oscar E. Perrine. }{ part. Mort. 
$13,000. June 23. nom 

67th st. No. 207, n s, 135 w 10th av, 35x100.5, 
five-story brick flat. Same to same. }.{ part. 
Mort. $14,000. June 23. nom 

67lhst, No. 209, n s, 150 w lOlh av, 3.5x103,5, 
five story brick flat. Same to same. ^^ part. 
Mort. $14,000. June 33. nom 

67th st. No. 811, n s, 175 w 10th av, 3,5xl00..5, 
five story brick flat. Oscar E. Perrine to 
John and Michael Colleran. }i part. Mort. 
$14,000. June 23. nom 

67th st, No. 213, n s, 200 w 10th av, 25x100.5, 
five story brick fi»t. Same tj same, impart. 
Mort. $14,000. June 22. nom 

67th st, No. 219, n s, 275 w 10th av, 85x100.5, 
five-story brick flat. Same to same. }{ part. 
Mort. $13,000. June 23. nom 

68th st, sp, 1.50 w llth av, 35x100.5, vacant. 
Annie B. Thompson to George Wolfe and 
Sadie Ulman. June 30. See 67th st. 3,500 

71st st, n 8, 335 w 9th av, 85x103.3, vacant. 
William H. Gray to St. Andrew's Methodist 
Episcopal Church, New York. Mort, $6,000. 
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71st St, No. 243, u s, 343 e West End av, 18x 
102.3, three story ston» front d well's. Re- 
lease mort. Charles Frazier to Elizabeth 
Steinmetz. June 29. nom 

Baiue property. Elizabeth wife of John H. 
Bteinmetz to Annie Duane. Mort. $13,500. 
June 29. 19,000 

73d st. No. 210, s s, 185 e 3d av, 25x103 3, four- 
story stone front tenem't. James Rothschild 
and Pannie his wife to George F. Petri and 
Catharine his wife. Mort. $12,0^0. June 30. 

16,665 

73d st, n e cor West End av, runs north 104.4 x 

east 100 X south 3.3 x east 74 x south 102.2 to 

73d st, X north 174. Release mort. William 

E. D. Stokes to William J. Merritt. June 30. 

omitted 
74th st. No. 318, s s, 210 e 3d av, 2.5x103.2, three- 
story brick dwell'g. Maria wife of Francis 
Bleha to Thomas Fitzgerald. Mort. $3,500. 
June 30. 9,600 

7ith st. No. 253, n s, 77 w 2d av, 23x103.3, four- 
story stone front tenem't Dorothea Scbloe- 
steiu wife of Reuben to Franz Arnold. Mort. 
*10,OJO. June 39. lO.UOO 

78th st. No. 443, s s, 169 w Av A, 25x103.2, four- 
story brick tenera't with stores. Samuel 
Binder and Rosetta Greenwald, widow, to 
Cecilia Pecare. Mort. $12,750. June 28. 17,500 
Same nroperty. Cecilia Pecare, widow, to Max 

Borger. Trust dee'l. June 28. nom 

78th st. No. 447, n s, 91 w Av A, 35x102.3, five- 
story brick teueni't with store. Matbias H. 
Schneider to Rasmus Christensen and Hilda 
his wife, joint tenants. Mort. |13,0OJ. June 
30. 23,000 

78th st, No. 445, n s, 119 w Av A, 25x103.3, flve- 
story brick tenem't with stores. Mathias H. 
Schneider to William Bertsche and Mary his 
wife, joint tenants. M. $13,010. June 30. 23,003 
79th st, No. SoO, s s, 233 w lat av, irxl02 2, 
three-story stone front dvfell'g. Agnes Mc- 
Gregor to William L. Dowliug. Mort. $5,000. 
June 29. 10,100 

81st st, No. 78, s 8, 310 e Madison av, 30x103.3, 
four-story stone front dwell'g. Jonas Weil 
and Bernhard Mayer to Julius Dreyfus. 
June 29. 25 000 

Same property. Julius Drevfus to Jonas Weil 
and Bernhard Mayer. Mort. $13,000. June 
29. 25,0(0 

81st st, No. 45, mapsaysNo. 65, n s, 225 e 9th av, 
50x104.4, four-story brick dwell'g and vacant. 
Henrietta wife of Christian Bliiin to Alice B. 
wife of Samuel Colcord. June 7. 76,500 

Slst st, No. 164, ss, 1.50 w 3d av, 20x101.4, three- 
story stone front dwell'g. Poreclos. James 
E. Graybill, referee, to Kate M. wife of Edgar 
C. Williams. Jan. 20, 1887. 15,100 

Same property. Release dower. Catherine 
wife of Thomas Eavns, Racine, Wis., to sam». 
April 4. nom 

Slst st, No. 836, s 3,325.6 e 2d av, 24,6x102.3, 
four-story brick tenem't. Sibilla Hotz, widow 
to Katharina Zallei-. June 30. 13,500 

82d st, s s, 303.9 w 3d av, 0.3}^xl02.2. Francis 

J. Bridges to John M. MuUer. June 23. 500 
82d st, Nos. 154 and 156, s s, 2(i3.6 e 10th av, S7.6 
X103.3, two four-story stone front dweH'g.'. 
Felix Brown to Adele B. Miranda. C. a. G. 
Mort. $53,000. June 17. nom 

82d st, Nos. 158 and 160, s s, 225 e 10th av, 37.6x 
103.2, two four-story stone front dwell'KS. 
Same to Francisca A. R. Guastavino. C. a. 
G. Morts. $53,0(.0. June 17. jiom 

83d rst, No. 433, s s, 231.6 w Av A, 23x103 2, 
four-story stone front touem't. Henry Hirsch 
to Gottlieb F. Weber. Morts. $11,500. June 
28. 16,b00 

82d st, No. 420, s s, 256.6 w Av A, 25x102.3, 
four-story stone front tenem't. Julius Hirsch 
to Gottlieb F. Weber. Morts. $11,500. June 
28. 16,800 

83d st, n s, 140 w West End av, 30x103.2, va- 
cant. Charles ;l. Berg to Charles T. Willis. 
B. & S. June 27. , 4,800 

82d st, n s, 120 w West End av, 30x102.2, va- 
cant. Same to Adam Steele and Edward R. 
Costigan, tenants in connuon. B. & 8. June 
27. 4.800 

83d st, s s, 100 w 2d av, 50.10x102.3. George C. 
Currier to George H. Quick. B. & B. Mort. 
$8,500. June 28. 20,000 

8.3d st, n s, 96.6 w Av A, 0.6x102.2. Thomas 
Smith to Henry Clausen, Jr. Sub. to morts. 
June 30. 150 

83d st, n s, abt 191.7 w Av A, 4C..5xl03.2x61x— , 
vacant. Henriette wife of Jacob Bauer to 
Jacob Dieter. Mort. $6,000. Jute 2.5. 10,000 
84th st, n w eor Boulevard, 20.5x75x22.5x75. 
84th st, n s, 20.5 w Boulevard, 17x7.5. 
84th st, n 8, 53.5 w Boulevard, 16x7.5. 
84th st, n 3, 101.5 w Boulevard, 16x75. f 

84th st, n e cor West End av, 20.6x1:0 2. | 

Five three-story brick dwell'gs. J 

Matilda I. Perrine to Sarali L. Jackson. 
Bub. to morts. Feb. 19. 115,.'i00 

8hh st, 8 s. 8.3.4 6 West End av, 16.8x53.2. Re- 
lease mort. Frederick P. Forstcr to Maria J. 
Moore. June 34. consiil. omitted 

87th st, No. 548, s s, 110 w Av B, 18x60.3xlSx 
60,1, three scory stone front dwell'g. Fore- 
clos. Henry A. Robinson to Hannah A. 
Mott. April 23. 8,175 

88th st, Nos. 201 and 203, n 9, 54.6 e 3d av, 55.6 
xl00.8x23, 11x105.6, one-story brick store, five- 
story brick store and tenem't and three story 
brick stable. Julia Rhinelauder to John H. 
Gray. June 27. 12,000 

89th st, No. 312, s s, 335 e 3d av, 25x100.8, five- 
story brick tenem't. Peter J. Uildein to 
Jacob Pries and Maria his wife. Mort. $11,- 
500. June 30. 20,t00 

90th St, 8 B, 100 e 10th av, 100x100.8, vacant, 



Harold M. Smith to George J. Hamilton. 
Mort. $33,000. June 30. 29,700 

94th ft, s 8, 250 e 9th av, runs south 116.2 to n s 
of old lane x southeast along lane 35 x north 
117.2 to st, x west 25, vacant; also all title in 
old lane. Francis M. Jencks to Walter M. 
Jones. C. a. G. June 28. 10,750 

95th st, n 8, 100 w 9th av, 50x100.8, vacant. 
Mayor, &c.. New York, to Charles A. Bou- 
ton. JuneO. 13,400 

97th St. n s, 100 e 9th av. 3.5x100.11, vacant. 
Charles J. Fiske to John S. McWilliam. 
Mort. $8,700. June 20. 13,500 

97th st. No. 138, s s, 433.4 e 10th av, 16.8x100.11, 
three-story stone front dwell'g. Dore Lyon 
to James D. McEntee. Mort. $9,000. June 
9 16,750 

98th st, No. 41, n s, 3C0 e 9th av, 16.8x100.11, 
two-story frame dwell'g. Margaret A. Cre- 
gier and George W. her husband to Edward 
Cunningham. June 30. See Manhattan 
av.' 7,1 00 

9Sth st, n s, 103 w 9th av, 50x1(0.11, vacant. 
The Mayor, Aldermen, &c., to John W. 
Haaren. June 6. 14,200 

Same property. John W. Haaren to Albert E 



Smith. " Mort. $S,,530. June 30. 17,000 

99th st, n 8, 130 e 3d av, 33.5x100.11. 1 

lOflth st, s s, 130 e 3d av, 235x100. 11. 

lOUth st, s s, 105 w 2d av, 75ilC0.11. 
All vacant. 

Edwin A. Ely to Smith Ely, Jr. B. & S. 
June 37. nom 

101st st, n s, 1.50 w nth av, 100x100.11, three- 1 
story brick dwell'g and vacant. >■ 

102d st, s s, 150 w nth av, 25xl0J.ll, vacant. ) 
Melvin Brown, Brooklyn, to Stephen G. 
Clarke, Tenafly, N.J. All liens. April 18. 40.000 

103d st. No. 234,8 s, 125 w 2d av, 25x100.11, 
four-story brick tenem't with stores. John 
W Haaren to Sophia wife of and August 
Schneider. Mort. $10,000. June 30. 16,500 

102d st. No. 2.33. s s, 1.50 w 3d av, 25x100. 11, 
four-ftory brick tenem't with stores. Same 
to Charles Obrock. Mort. $10,COO. June 
80. 16,750 

103d st, No. 330, s s, 175 w 2d av, 25x100.11, 
four story brick tenera't with stores. Same to 
.Jacob Peth. Mort. $10,000. June 30. 16,125 

U'3d St. 6 s, 100 w 9th av, .50x100,11, vacant. 
The Mayor, Aldermen, &c., to John W. 
Haaren. June 6. 13,050 

104th st, No. 78, s w cor 4th av, 16x100.11, three- 

. story brick (stone front) dwell'g. Thomas 
Foy to Hannah Conabeer. Mort. $3,100. 
June 29. 8,000 

105th st, n 8, 415.5 e 10th av, 66. 10x1.34. 10, 
vacant. The Mayor, Aldei'men, &c., to John 
W, Haaren. June 0. 14,300 

Same property. John W. Haaren to John 
Askey. ilort. $S,530. June 3). 18,300 

lOlilh st, s s, 70 e Manhattan av, 16.10x68.3. Re- 
lease mort. Ann Marshal', wife of Robert, 
to John Brown. June 28. nom 

108th St. No. 117, n s, 305 e 4th av, 25x100.11, 
four story stone fronc tenem't. John McFee 
to Margaret wife of John Smith. Mort. 
$15,(0). June 30. 14,00) 

lOSth st. No. 226, s s, 250 w 2d av, 24.6x100.11, 
four-story brick tenera't. William F. Rohr 
to Karl M. and Samson Wallach. Mort. 
$8,.50O. Juno 27. 10..500 

108th st, No. 226, s s, 250 w 2d av, 34.6xlC0.ll, 
four-story brick tenem't. Karl M. and Sam- 
son Wallach to Morris Greenwald. Mort. 
$8,500. June 38. 13,000 

109th st, s s, 330 e 5th av, .50x100.11, vacant. 
Helena Flint and ano., exrs. Thomson J. S. 
Flint, to Smith Ely, Jr. June 24. 11,000 

llOthist, Nos. 101-171, n s, 100 w 3d av, 149.9x 1 
101. I 

110th st, Nos. 153-157, n s, 374.7 w 3d av, 75.6x |- 
101. I 

Nine tour-story brick tenem'ts with stores. I 
Abraham Steers to Anna M. Steers. B. & S. 
Mayl. 45.370 

H2thst, No. 337, n s, 150 w 2d av, 17.6x100.11, 
four story brick tenem't. Simson Wolf to 
John Furey. Mort. $6,500. June 30. 10,150 

112th st. No. 335, n s, 167.6 w 2d av, 17.6x100.11, 
four story brick tenem't. Same to John 
Mitchell. Mort. $6,500. June 20. 10,500 

114th st, 8 s, 118 w Pleasant av, 50x100.10, va- 
cant. Isabella M. wife of John B. Johnson 
to Margaret Sturgeon. June 15, 7,100 

114th st. No. 228, s s, 304.6 e 3d av, 2.5x100.11. 
Clarence W. Gaylor to Andrew B. Hamersley, 
Jr. Sub. to mort. June 29. 33,700 

114th st, No. 228, s s, 304.6 e 3d av, 35x100.11, 
five-story brick flat. Clarence W. Gaylor to 
Andrew B. Hamersley, Jr. Bub. to morts. 
June 29, 23,700 

11.5th st. No. 331, n s, 225 w 1st av, 25x100.11, 
five story brick store and tenem't. George W. 
Stake to Samuel Parn&ou, Brooklyn. M. 
$14,800. June 30. 21,1)00 

115th st. Party wall agreement. Henry Muhl- 
ker with Sinclair Manson. June 30. nom 

116th st, s s, 175 w Boulevard or 11th av, 50x 
100.10, vacant. Jacob Hays et al., exrs. and 
trustees William H. Hays, to Ada Rehan. 
May 31. 9,850 

Same property. George E. Home and Maggie 
A. his wife to same. B. & S. June 31. 20j 

116th st. No. 153 E. Life estate, &c. John B. 

Maedulf to James B. Macdulf. June 37. nom 
117th st. No. U-6, ss, 47.6 e 4th av, 1.5.3x64.11, 
three story stone front dwell'g. Magdalena 
Kreck. formerly Cockings, to Annie Feiuberg. 
Mort. $2,500. June 29. 4,775 

117th st, Nos. 536 and 538, s s, 373 e Pleasant av, 
50x100.11, two five story brick tenem'ts. 
James Sweeney to John G. Gerber. Morts. 
f2?,000. JuueSS. " 31 .500 



117th st. No. 171, n s, 2'2.5.6 w 3d av, lOxlfO 11, 
four story brick dwell'g. William Fink to 
Elizabeth Krahe. June 11. 12,(00 

117th st. No. 106, 3 s, 47.6 e 4th av., 15.2x64.11, 
three story brick dwell'g. Magdalena Kreck 
(formerly Cocking^) to Annie Feinberp. 
Mort. $3,500. June 29. 4,775 

117th st, us, 200 e 9th av, 25x130.9x26.1x12.3.2, 
vacant. William O. Ross to Timothy Dono- 
van and Allen L. Mordecai. Mort. $3,675. 
June 27. 4,6C0 

118th st, No. 436, s s, 210.8 w Av A, 16.8x100 11, 
three-story stone front dwell'g. Foreclos. 
Charles De K. Townsend to Justus L. Bulk- 
ley and ano., exrs. Joseph E. Bulkley. June 
8. 7,900 

118th st, No. 444, s s, 143 w Av A, 17x75.7, three- 
story stone front dwell'g. Foreclos. Same 
to same. June 8. 7,900 

llSth st. No. 438, 8 8, 194 w Av A, 16.8x103.11, 
three-story stone front dwell'g. Foreclos. 
Same to same. June 8. 8,000 

llSth st, No. 213, n s, 175 e 3d av, 18,9xlC0..5, 
four-story stone front tenem't. Charles 
Loughran to John Quinu, exr. and trustee 
Thomas Counell. Mort. $8,000. June 24. 

16,000 
119th st. No. 319, n e, 206.9 e 2d av. 18.3x100.11, 
four-story stone front tenem't. Foreclos. 
Charles P. Daly to Letitia wife of Charles 
M. Fairbrother. June 34. 9,000 

119th st. No. 434, s s, 319.3 w Pleasant av, ]8.9x 
100.11, two story stone front dwell'g. Dan- 
iel Kuhn, Jr., to Fredericka Bchneer. B. & 
S. and C. a. G. June 13. 6,000 

131st st, No. 77, n s, 20 w 4th av. 30x103.11, four- 
story stone front flat. Amy E, Burk, widow, 
to Dorothea wife of Jacob Levy. Mort. 
$8,0'j0. June 29. 16,000 

123d st. No. 57, n s, 152 e Madison av or new 
av east Mount Morris fq., 27x100. 11, five story 
stone front flat. Lottie L. wife of and Har- 
vey N. Dean to Christian F. and Caroline C. 
Grimm. Mort. $19,(0!). June 3. 27,000 

Same property. Release mort. Abraham 
Steers to Lottie L. wife of and Harvey N. 
Dean. June 34. 800 

125th st. No. 239, n s, 350 e 8th av, 50x99.11, two 
and three-story frame dwell'g. Arthur L. 
Hanscom, South Elliot, Me., and Albert L. 
Hanscom, New York, and Katharine L, 
White, heirs Albert Hanscom, to Catharine , 
L. Hanscom, widow. C. a. G. June 20. gift 
12.5th st, n s, 1("0 e 5th av, 75xH9,ll, three story 
brick dwell'g and vacant. Joseph F. Stier, 
Brooklyn, to Edward F. Corey. Mort. $60,- 
000. May 16. 75,000 

13.">th St., Nos. 316 and 318, s s, 313.6 e2d av, 37.6 
xlOO. 1 1, two three-story stone front dwell'gs. 
Oliver H. P. Archer to Alexander Lutz. 
June 29. See 137th st. 2.5,000 

137th st, s s. 135 e 7th av, 6i)x99.11, three-story 
brick stables. Alexander Lutz to Oliver H. 
P. Archer. Mort. $35,t00. June 29. Bee 
125th St. 53,200 

128th st. No. 159, n s, 200 e 7th av, 29x99.11, 
four-story stone front dwell'g. Prank G. 
Bwartout to Francis Geis. Mort. $14,000. 
June 30. 23,500 

139th st, No. 147 E. Release dower. Catharine 
A. HoRan, widow, to the Third Av R. R. Co. 
June 29. 650 

130th st, No. 19, n s, 260 w 5th av. runs north 
104.11 X east 25 x north 10 x west 7a x south 
15 X east 30 x south 99.11 to 130th st, x east 
20, three-story stone front dwell'g. Joseph 
M. Valentine to Ellen V. Meakim. Mort. 
$13,000. June 31. 25,000 

13:d St. Party wall agreement. Thomas J. 

O'Kane to Walter P. Clayton. June 21. 
14od ft, n s, 100 6 10th av, 7.5x99.11, vacant. 
William H. De Forest to William Thompson. 
June 27. 15,000 

14od st, n s, 175 e 10th av, 50x99.11, vacant. 

Same to Francis M. Smith. June 27. 10,000 
143d st, n s, 225 e 10th av, 25x99.11, vacant. 

Same to Clifford Barbee. June 27. 5,100 

144th st, u s, 125 e Convent av, 125x99.11, va- 
cant. William H. De Forest to Jeauette 
wife of Samuel J. Hall. June 27. nom 

147th st, n s, 3.50 w 7th av, 125x99,11, vacant. 
John W. Buruton to William W. Sharpe. 
June 27. 17,.5r0 

149th st, s 3, 125 w 8th av, 50x99.11, vacant. 
David T. Frost, Hillsbrough, N. J, to Ber- 
nard J. Kelly. Mort. $3,000. May 8. exch 
Same property. Bernard J. Kelly to Christo- 
pher D. Robert. Mort. $2,000, &c. 'June 27. 

other consid. and 2,000 
151st, bt, s s, 150 e 10th av, 125x99.11, vacant. 1 
151st st, s s, 400 e 10th av, l(J0i99.11, two-story >• 
frame building. I 

Frederick Hornby to Augustus C. Frausioli, 
Brooklyn. June 24. nom 

17()th st, n s, 95 e Audubon av, 35x1 Ofl. Robert 
M. Wade to Matthew Cox and Francis J. 
Maloney. Mort. $5"6. June 35. 1,700 

200th st, n e s, 330.10 s o 9th av, runs southeast 
to Harlem Hiver at iuterseoliou of n e 8 of 
'.;OI<th st, if extended, x southeast, north, north- 
east and southeast and north along river to 
iuter.section of s w s 3C7lh st, if extended, x 
northwest to lands of parties herein, being a 
point on s w s ^OTth st 354. 1 s e 9th av, x 
southwest !301.2, with land under water, ifcc. 
Margaret C. Bush, BulTalo, devisee and 
legatee of Myron l<. Bush, dtc'd, to Broubon 
C and Dexter P. Rumsey. }i part. Q. C. 
April 9. nom 

Av A or Eastern Boulevard, No. 16C6, e s, 25 2 s 
85th st, 26.6x78, five-story stone front store 
and tenem't. Annie Dohmann to Berndina 
Dotunaun, All liens, May 10, oom 



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July 2, 1887 



Av A, " bet the n s, of 123d st end the Harlem 
river, IGO feet fronting on r23d st, running 
through to s s of 134th st, 200 frtmting on Har- 
lem river."(?) Margaret Ray to William H, 
Nafis. C. a. G. J^ part, June 27. 500 

Av A, No. 14^5, w s, 25 4 n TUth st, 18x75, five- 
story brick store and tenem't. Francis J. 
Schnugg to Lina wife of Henry fcitruck. 
Mort. *8,0U0. Juneo". 14,700 

Av B, s w cor S4th st, 1(13.2x473. Release 
mort. Mary Fras-er, widow, to Thomas Rut- 
ter. June 15. nom 

Convent av, n w cor 143d st, 24.11x100, vacant. 
Clifford Barbee to William H. De Forest. 
June 27. 8,800 

Convent av, w s, 34.11 n 143d st, 25x100, frame 
shed. Francis M. Smith to William H. De 
Forest. June 37. 6,60o 

Convent av, w s , 49.11 n 143d st, 50x100, frame 
shed. William A. Hoe to William Thompson. 
B. S. June 27. nom 

Same property. William Thompson to William 
H. De Forest. June 27. 13,300 

Lexington av. No. 708, w s, (50.5 n 57th st, 22. lu 
xlOO, four-story stone front dwell'g. Jennett 
wife of John J. Burchell to Richard M. 
Fooley, Chicago, 111. Mort. $18,000. June 
22. " 36,000 

Lexington av. No. 211, e s, 66.9 s 33d st, 16x75, 
four-storv stone front dwell'g. Adolph Nel- 
son to Mary A. Rexford. Mort. flO,000. 
June 28. 14,500 

Madison av. No. 871, e s, 50 s 73d st, 32.'.:x63, 
four story brick dwell'g. Charles Buek to 
Harvey E. Ladew. June 28. 62,000 

Madison av. No. 1061, e s, '16.7 n SOth st, 35.tix 
100, four story stone front dwell'g. iSieg- 
mund T. Meyer to Charles Stillman. Re- 
recorded. Mort. $7,000. Aug. 15, 1871. 15,000 

Madison av, e s. 49.4 s 26th st, runs east 175 x 
north 49.4 to 26th st, x east 50 x south 98 9 x 
west 135x'north 19 4 x west 100 toav, x north 
30; No. 37 Madison av, three-story stone front 
dwell'g; No. 38 26th st, five story stoue front 
dwell'g; No. 40 26th st, four-story stone front 
dwell'g and two-story brick stable on rear. 
Anson G. P. Stokes et al. , exrs. James Stokes, 
to Olivia E. P. and Caroline P. Stokes, tenants 
in common. April 11. 26.5,000 

Manhattan av, w s, 37.11 s 117th st, 18x50, 
three-story brick dwell'g. Edward Cunning- 
ham to Margaret A. Cregier. Mort. $8,000. 
June 29. See 9Sth st. 11,500 

Mount Morris av or new av west Mt. Morris 
square, w s, extends from 120th to 121st st, 
201.10x100. 

100 w Mount Morris av, lOOx 



100 w Mount Morris av, lOUx 



120th st, n s, 
100.11. 

121st st, 8 s, 
100.11. 
All vacant. 

Oswald Ottendorfer and others, exrs. and 
trustees Anna Ottendorfer, dec'd, to Walter 
F. Kilpatrick. Feb. 1, 1887. 160,000 

Naegle av, centre line, n w s, 430 s w Elwood st, 
141.4x83.11x304 in two courses, x338. 10. Rich- 
ard H. Drummond, Brooklyn, to Thomas Pan- 
ning. Mort. $579. June 33. 3,093 

Pleasant av, s e cor 119th st, 100.11x138, one] 
and two-story frame building. I 

Pleasantav, n e cor USih st, 100.11x148, one [ 
two and three-story frame school. I 

George Ehret to Joseph Scbwarzler. Mort. 
$.50,000. June 27. See 14th st. 80,000 

8t. Nicholas av, e s, 104.11 s 147th st, now 
closed, runs eaiit to centre old road, now 
closed, X southwest to St. Nicholas av, x 
north 10. George F. Gantz to George Dai- 
ker. June 25. nom 

St. Nicholas av, es, 154.11 n of centre line of 
146th st, if extended, runs east to centre old 
Bloomingdale road, now closed, x southwest 
along said centre line to east side St. Nicho- 
las av, X north 10 to beginniug. George Dai- 
ker to J. Howard Nichols. C. a. G. June 
10. nom 

Bame property. Release mort. Elizabeth 
Fogg to J. Howard Nichols, Newtown, Mass. 
June 17. nom 

St. Nicholas av, interior lot, begins at point 
154.11 n of centre line 146th st, if extended 
across St. Nicholas av and at centre line of 
old Bloomingdale road, now closed, runs 
northeast, east and southeast along centre of 
old road and of Break Neck Hill road to line 
154.11 n 146th st, x west to beginning. J. 
Howard Nichols to George Daiker. Q. C. 
June 18. nom 

West End or 11th av, s w cor 73d st, 61. 8x 
100x58.4x100, one and twostory frame build- 
ings. Ed.nuud S. Bailey to John Farrell. 
June 17. 50,000 

Bame property. John Farrell to Frederick M. 
Littlefield. Mort. $35,000. June 24. val. consid. 

West End av, n w cor 87th st, 35.8x100, two-] 
story frame building. | 

West End a^, w s, 50.8 u 87th st, 50x100, va- f 
cant. I 

Isaias Meyer to John O. Baker, Newark, N. 
J. Mort. $18,000. June 8. 25,000 

1st av. No. 846, e s, 26.1 n 47th st, 34.11x80, &ve- 
story brick store and tenem't. Marcus A. 
Frank to Isaac Bitterman. June 30. 18,000 

1st av. No. 551, w s, 30 s SM st, 19.4x65, four- 
story brick store and tenem't. John Sheahan 
to Hannah McGouegal. Mort. $7,000. June 
24. 9.950 

Ist av. No. 1314, e s, 7.5.3 s 71st st, 35.1x113, five- 
story brick tenem't with stores. Thomas 
Fitzgerald to Leopold Weil. Mort. $20,000 
June 29. 33,600 

8d av, No. 3080, w s, 76,4 s 108th st, 35.3x75, 
four-story brick tenem't with stores. Jacob 



Peth to Moritz Gerber. Mort. $8,000. June 
39. 16,500 

3d av. No. 990, e s, 60 n 53d st, 30x71, four-story 
stone front store and tenem't. August 
Klieves to Philipp Freund. June 1. 18,125 

2d av. No. 964, n e cor Slst st, 25x58, four story 
brick stone front store and dwell'g. .lohn H. 
H. Dunkak to Louis C. Bock. June 29. 28,300 

3d av. No. 1833, e s, 50.11 n 101 st st, 25x90, flve- 
story brick tenem't with stores. Foreclos. 
Aubrey C. Wilson to Robert Boyd. Mort. 
$20,000. Juno 30. 24,400 

3d av. No. 1766, w s, 2.5.11 s 98th st, 25x100, flve- 
story brick tenem't with stores. James H. 
Strong to Edwin A. Cruikshank, Brooklyn. 
Mrrt. $13,500. June 25. 25,000 

5th av. No. 434, n w cor 38th st, runs north 
26.9 X west 100 x north 19 x west 3 x north 3 
X west 14 X south 48.9 to 38th st, x east 117 to 
beginning, four-story brick (stone front) 
dwelling. Austin Corbin, Philadelphia, Pa., 
to Margaret Swilz^r. June 37. 170 000 

5th av, No. 603, abt 78 s 49th st, 22.5x100, four- 
story stone front dwell'g. Contract. Peter 
L. or Pedro L. Fernandez to Edward M. 
Riley. Mort. $.50,000. June 29. 80,000 

.5th av. No. 113, w s, .57 u 16th st, 35x100, four- 
story brick store and dwell'g. Charlotte A. 
Astor, Individ, and as trustee under will of 
Thomas 8. Gibbes and Zela Gibbes, to Harris 
D. Colt. June 1. 100,000 

Same property. Harris D. Colt to Charlotte 
A. Astor. B. & 8. June 1. 100,000 

5th av. No. 113, w s, 57 n 16th st, 35x100. j 

Greene st. No. 29, w s, 20x100. ]- 

6th av. n w cor 31st st, 98.9x100. \ 

Henry Day, exr. Susan A. Gibbes, widow of 
Thomas 8. Gibbes, to Harris D. Colt. June 
1. 85.000 

5th av, es, 50.11 n 114th st, 50x1(0, one story 
frame building and vacant. William H. 
Tilton, Brooklyn, to Alexander Lutz. Mort. 
$16,000. June 17. 18 400 

5th av. No. 239, e s, 58.8 n 37th st, 26x100, four- 
story brick (stone front) dwell'g. Amos R. 
Eno to James R. Townsend and ano., exrs. 
and trustees Charles A. Coe. June 31. 100,000 

6th av, No. 383, w s, 74. 1 s 34th st, runs west 68 
X north .01 x west 17 x south 1 x west 40 x 
south 23.9 X east 135 to av, x north 34.8, five- 
story brick store and dwell'g. Dwight S. 
Chamberlin et al., exis. D<)witt Parsball, 
dec'd, to Julia P. Flynn. Q. C. April 8, 
1885. nom 

6th av. No. 2143, w s, 40 n 127th st, 30x100, 
three-story stone front dwell'g. David J. 
Dean to James M. Lone. Mort. $7,,5(,0. June 
24. 16,900 

6th av, Nos. 521-525, n w cor Slst st. 98.9x100, 
three two story brick stores and dwell'gs on 
av and three-story brick store and dwell'g 
and two-story brick and frame stable on st. 
Charlotte A. Astor, Individ, and trustee 
under will of Thomas S. Gibbes, dec'd, and 
Zela Gibbes to Harris D. Colt. June 1. 200,0U0 

Same property. Harris D. Colt to Charlotte 
A. Astor. }4 part. B. & S. June 1. ]Oii,000 

Same property. Harris D. Colt to Zela Gibbes. 
>2' part. B. & S. June 1. 100,000 

7th av, e s, 49.11 n 133d st, 49.11x7.5, vacant. 
Mary E. Dwyer to John A. Rochford. May 

■31. 18,0U0 

8th av. No. 531, ws, 74.1s 37th st, 24.8xlOJ, 
four-story brick store. Daniel M. Robinson 
to Elizabeth W. Chanler. Mort. $30,000. 
J une 29. 52,500 

8th av, n w cor 137th st, 50x84, two five-story ] 
brick flats with stores. \ 

137th st, n s, 84 w 8th av, 25.6x99.11, five-story f 
brick fiat. j 

John W. Haaren to John Kehoe. Sub. to 
morts. June 3(1. See Olst st. 106,000 

Sthav, ws, 50u 127th st, 49.11x84, two five- 
story brick flats. Same to James Renwick. 
Mort. $31,000. June 30. 55,000 

8th av, s w cor 128th st, 35x84, five-story brick 
flat with store. Same to James J. Alexander. 
Mort. $34,000. June 30. 46 000 

8th av, e s, 3.5.1 s 147th st, —xl00x49. '.0x100. 
Release mort. Newman Cowen to John F. 
Dunker. June 37. nom 

Same property. Release mort. Same to same. 
June 37. nom 

8th av. Permission to use wall, &c. Chas. 
Kirchoff and Geo. Matthias with John F. 
Dunker. June 23. nom 

8th av, Nos. 2660-3664, e s, 74.11 n 141st st, 75x 
100, three five-story stone front stores and 
tenem'ts. Henry O'Neill to James W. Ram- 
sey. Mort. * 18,000, and contested paving 
assessment. J une 30. 39 (JOO 

5x85. '1 

34.11x8.5. } 

Two five-story brick stores and tenem'ts. ) 
Whitfield Terriberry to Octavus J. Norris. 
Morts. $38,50J. June 37. 60,000 

9th av, e s, extdg from 94th st to 95th st, 301. 4x 
100 deep. Agreement to leave space for 
light and air and as to insertion of windows, 
&c. Francis McQuade to Board of Health. 
June 3. jiom 

10th av. No. 933, n e cor fOth st, 2.5.5x75, five- 
story brick store and tenem't. James H. Ha- 
vens to Octavus J. Norris. Mort. $35,000. 
Juue 27. 38,000 

10th av, n e cor 63d st, 75x75. Release mort. 
Edward Oppenheimer and Isaac Metzger to 
Simon Haberman, Belleville, N. J. June 
=^- 19,4.'5 

10th av, n w cor9,sth st, 140.3x114 to Blooming- 
dale road, now closed, xl4Sxl36.9, one-story 
frame buddings and vacant. Charles G. 
Dobbs to William H, Niebuhr. Sub. to 
morts, June 38. gs qoq 



8th av. No. 3565, s w cor 137th st, 35x85. 
8th av. No. 3559, w s, 75 s 137th st, ~ ' 



10th av. No. 395, n w cor 37th st, 24.8x100, 
three-story brick store and dwell'g and three- 
story brick dwell'g on rear. Peter Dohm to 
James Smith. June 30. 35,000 

10th av. No. 519, s w cor 39th et, 35.3x75, five- 
story brick store and tenem't. Ann Murray, 
widow, to David Stevenson. Mort. $13,000. 
June 39. 31,000 

loth av. No. 1624, n e cor 84th st, 25.8x83, five- 
story brick store and tenem't. George Craw- 
ford to John H. H. Dunkak. Mort. $22,000. 
June 39. 38,.500 

10th av, e s, 25.2 n 98th st, 25x80. five-story 
brick tenem't with stores. Sarah E. wife of 
and Samuel C. Hiumau to Thomas J. Mc- 
Guire. June 30. 21 000 

11th av. No. 433, w s, 24 9 n 35th st, 34.8x100, 
four-story brick factory. A. Judson Fullam 
to Theodore B. Chase. June 39. 16,000 

12th av, w s, at intersection centre line 72d st, 
runs north to point 64 4 n of n s 73d st, x west 
to bulkhead liue Hudson River, x south to 
centre line 72d st, x east to beginning; also 
land under water, &c. Charles E. Appleby 
to Wallace C. Andrews. May 34. 75,000 

Land of Hudson River R R. above high 
water mark, running from land of J. Monroe 
to land of Eliza B. Jumel, 16-1,000 acres. Re- 
lease mort. Bowery Savings Bank to Susan 
B. Ward. June 28. nom 

ffllSCELLANEODS. 

Ante-nuptial agreement. Parties to control 
each their own estate. William J. Syms with 
Catharine E. Gorham, widow. June 18. 

All rights and franchises, property, &c., of the 
United States Heating and Steam Power Co. 
William C. Lesster et al. to James Milward, 
Yonkers. June 30. 10,000 

All right, title and interest of grautor in estate 
of John D.lPhillipsand Matilda Phillips, dec'd. 
Henry Phillips to Arthur S. Levy. B. & 8. 
Mar. 1. nom 

Conveyance of steamers, tugs, &c., in trust. 
Old Dominion S. S. Co. to The Farmers' Loan 
and Trust Co. Given as a substitute for 
withdrawn collateral. June 17. nom 

Exemplified copy of last will and testament of 
Jacob Matbeis, dec'd. 

Franchise granted by Mayor, &e. , New 
York, to United States Heating and Power 
Co. James MUlward to Theodore N. Vail. 
June 38. nom 

General assignment. Philip E. Korne to Au- 
gust Hahn. June 15. nom 

Receipt for legacy and release. Caroline I. 
Ferris, daughter of Henry Ferris, dec'd, to 
Cbai les W. Ferri.s. June 23 16,000 

Renewal of fire certificate of authority. Robert 
A. Maxwell, Supt. Insuranc ■, to A. W. 
Miller, agent of Norwich Union Fire Ins. 
Soc. , England. 

23d and 34th WARDS. 

Bettners lane, centre line, ou line of n s River 
av and at point 16. 1 from west face of wall 
along e s of lane and 334.6 from e s of land of 
New York Central & Hudson R. R. R. Co., 
5 294-1,000 acres. D. Willis James to Julia 
wife of Meuzo Diefeudorf. June 33. 33,000 

Evelyn pi, s s, 225 w Jerome av, .50x10(1. Helen 
M. Craighead to (Charles D. Kingsbury. 
June 37. 1,(00 

Evelyn pi, s s, 175 w Je.'-ome av, 50x100. Same 
to Luman A. Soule. June 37. 1.000 



Highbridge st, s w s, plot 55 map Claremont, 1 
70. KJxl 17x92. f ' ' - ~ 

Brook, error ; also part 



70. KJx 117x92. 6x1(10, extends to Doughty's | 



Part lot 13, map J. H. Devoe property. Ford- | 
ham. on n e 8 of Washmgton or Webster av, >■ 
7.5x100. 

Washington av or Webster av, s w s, 131.8 n 
w James st, 131.8x100. 

Tompkins st, east cor Corsa av, 100x131.8. 
Joseph O. Downes to Mary E. Aitchison, 
Sing Smg. Q. C. June 14. 1,000 

Lowmede st, w s, 366.9 s Clin st, 100x100. May- 
or, &c.. New York, to James Bracken. 
June 9. 1,610 

Lowmede st, w s, 266.9 sOIinst, 100x100. James 
Bracken to Mary wife of Henry Bracken. 
June 18. 2,000 

Main st to West Farms, w s, 155.9 s West Farms 
road, 1.50x335. William S. Brown, exr. Har- 
riet Bates, to William J. Barnes. June 9. 900 

Orchard st, n s, 125 w Madison av, 35x135, h & 
1. Sarah wife of Simon Danzig to Minnie 
wife of Caspar Bloomberg. June 25. 5,.500 

Popham st, n s, 175 w Monroe av, 75x12.5. War- 
ren C Crane to Plorencio M. Esoalante. 
June 21. 3,650 

Southern Boulevard, s s, 50 e Lincoln av, 50x 
200 to 132d St. Bache Cunard to Henry Spies. 
Correction deed. May 16. 12,000 

Southern Boulevard, s w cor Williamsbridge 
road, 548.9x358 to centre Marion av, x408x 
3i3.8, being about 3 4-10 acres. Patrick G. 
Penning and John Charles, New York, aud 
Ernest P. Schellhass, Brooklyn, to Caroline 
M. Boyce. May 10. 15,000 

St. Georges crescent, w s, 174. 10 s e from s 
e cor Van Courtlandt and Cordova pi, 
runs south 30 x west 70 4 x north 74.8 x 
east 3j. William S. and Charles W. Opilyke 
to Henry P. Shephard. June 14. .350 

141st st, n s, 4.4 e Rider av, runs north 75 x 
west 43.10 to Rider av, x southeast 84.9 to st, 
X east 4.4 to beginning. J. Fredericka T. 
Hildebrandt wife of Ferdinand to Michael 
O'Neil. June 25. 1,400 

144th st, n s, lOl) e College av, 35x100; also ] 

Lot 198 map Melrose South in manor of Mor- I 

risauia, &c. ; also | 

3d av, n e oor 134ch st, —150x35x100x131.3. J 



July 3, 1887 



The Record and Guide. 



903 



Sheriff's deed on execution. Peter Bowe to 
Epbraim C. Gates, Calais, Me. Dec. 9, 
1884. 1,125 

144th St, n w cor St. Anus av, 135x100. Green 
Wright, Hartsdale, N. Y., and Jackson 
Wright, White Plains, N. Y., to Ernst W. 
Oppe. June 30. 10,000 

146th St. 3 s, lot 233 map Mott Haven, 50x100. 
John B. Hendry, Easton, Pa., to William V. 
Studdiford. Brooklyn. Mort. $2,fiU0. June 
23. 5,000 

149th 8t, s s, 185 w Brook av, 25x100. Lewis B. 
Brown to Charles Fritz. Sept. 14, 1886. 1,0.50 

149th St, B s, 175 w Ciifton av, conveying all of 
149th st lying in front of lot 33 on map L. B. 
Brown, bet s s 149th st shown on map and as 
at present established. Same to same as last. 
Q. C. Sept, 14, 1886. nom 

156th st, s w cor Trinity av, 22.6xl00x26.6x I 
100. I 

Trinity av, e a, 450 s 156th st, 99.6x72xl03x ( 
76.6. I 

Charles A. Stadler to George R. Perry. June 
22. 3,425 

156th st, s s, 25 e Cauldwell av, 25x100. Same 
to Marshall S, Beebe. June 22. 1,025 

156th st, s s, 50 e Cauldwell av, 50x100. Same 
to John Paul. June 23. 2.150 

156th st, s w cor Cauldwell av, .52.6x100. Same 
to Charles D. Ogden. June 22. 2,750 

156th st, s e cor Eagle av, 52.6x100. ( 

156th st, s e cor Cauldwell av, 25x10(1. f 

Same to Charles Trueman. JuHe 22. 4,500 

1.56th st, 8 s, 23.6 w Trinity av, 75x100. Same 
to Charles Hvats. June 23. 3,225 

165th st, s w cor Kelly st, 80.3x72.2x23.10x7nx 
100.5. Patrick H. Slattery to James G. Pat- 
ton. June 37. 1,000 

Andrews av, centre line, w g, 180 n of centre 
line 30Htb st, runs west 130 x north to land of 
O. Cammann, x east to point 130 w of centre 
Loriug av, x south to point 380 n from centre 
of 20ij|,h st, X west 130 to centre Andrews av, 
X south 100. Release mort. Isabella An- 
drews to Alfred J. Taylor and William D. 
Peck. April 18. 4,000 

Berrian av, s e s, 75 n e Elizabeth st, SixloO. 
Jacob Pritz to Adain Zann, Passaic, N. J. 
March 17. 1,000 

Same property. Adam Zann, Passaic, N. J., to 
Sophia Pritz. Mar. 17. 1.000 

Cauldwell av, w s, 100 s 1.56th st, 50x115. 
Charles A. Stadler to Ann Lally. June 33. 3,000 

Eagle av, e s, 43.i s 156th st, 75xli5. 1 

Cauldwell av, w s. 43.5 s 1.56th st, 75x11.5. 

Cauldwell av, w s, 3i5 s 1.56th st, .50x11.5. |- 

1.56th st, s e cor Trinity av, 35x99x24. 1 0x100. | 

Trinity av,es, 100 s 156th st, 100x86.10x100x91. J 
Charles A. Stadler to Edmond Huerstel. 
June 22. 15,635 

Eagle av, 6 s, 500 s 156th st, 35x115. Same to 
David A. Williams. June 23. 1,135 

Eagle av, e s, 345.3 s Westchester av, 75x100. 
Peter L. Mullaly, ref. , to Marshal M. Beebe. 
Partition. June 8. 1,.545 

Fairmount av, s s, lot 12 map Fairmount, Up- 
per Morrisania, 75x142.6x143 Cora J. Bol- 
ton to Alexander G. Bolton. Q. C. June 37. 

nom 

Fordham av, w s, 106.2 s 178th st. 54x110. L. 
Napoleon Levy to James Keese. Sub. to 
mort. June 3i. 8,000 

Gerard av, e s, 639.6 s Ella st, runs south 158 x 
east 365.8 to Butternut st, x northeast follow- 
ing curves 176.7, x west 344. Sara wife of 
Francois Huerstel to Peter F. T. Hansen. 
Mort. $6,500. June 27. 14,750 

Jerome av, e s, 100 n 3d st, 25x300 to Berrian 
av. 

Jerome av, e s, 3.50 s 3d st, 25x300 to Berrian 
av. 

Berrian av, w s, 350 n Elizabeth st, 50x100. 

Berrian av, w s, 400 n Elizabeth st, 25x100. 

Berrian av, es, l.'iO s 3d st, 50x100. 

Berrian av, e s, 4.10 s 3d st, .50x100. 

Av A, w s, 1.50 s 3d st, 50xW6x5iixl06.8. 

Av B, e s, 435 s Irving st, 50x200 to Ryer st. 

Ryer st, w s, 2* s Irving st, .50x100. 

Ryer st, w s, 150 s Irving st, 25x100. 
Benjamin F. Gerding to Philip A. Greene, 
Birmingham, Ala. Release judgment. Mar. 
35. nom 

Same property. Benjamin W. Bradford, recvr. 
Charles E. Berrian, to same. Q. C. and Re- 
lease. June 33. nom 

Morris av, e s, 150 s 174th st, 35x100. Sarah 
Danzig, wife of Simon, to David Marx. June 
20. 5,0(i0 

North 3d av, n w cor 172d st, 30.5x— x30x59.3. 
Robert Worthiugton to Chai-les Loughran. 
Mort. J1,.')00. June 31. 3,.500 

Old 5th av, centre line, at s s St. James st, runs 
east 23 6 X south .568.11 to Fordbam Landing 
road, X west or southwest 58.4 x north .599.6 
to St. James si, x east 26.6, being all the land 
in proposed Davidson av, bet Fordham Land- 
ing road and St. James st. Frederick W. 
Devoe, John H. Eden and Harriet A. wife of 
George S. Shepperd to Mayor, &c.. New 
York. June 23. 

Old 5th av, centre line at s s St. James st, runs 
west along st 36.6 x south 599.6 to n s Ford- 
ham Landing road x east or northeast 30.6 x 
north on centre of old 5th av 5,83.3. Re- 
lease mort William M. Ivius, Chaiuberlaiu 

"City New York, to John H. Eden and Harriet 
A. Shepperd. June 23. nom 

Pelbam av, u e s, 100 a e Emmet st, 100x1.50. 
Mary E. Murphy, widow, to Margaret wife of 
Samuel Wallace. Mort. *3,.50O. June 37. 6,7.50 
R-treat av and Gerard st, all the title of grant- 
or in avenue and street contiguous to lots 29, 
80 and 35 as laid down on map of East Ward 



of the village of Melrose, to centre of 
said avenue and street. Henry L Morris to 
Caroline L. Purdy. Q C. June 27. nom 

St. Anns av, e s, 2.') s 156th st, 25x100. Chas. 
A. Stadler to Henry G. Autenrieth. June 
23 3,100 

St. Ann's av, e s, 375 s 15«th st, 25x90. Charles 

A. Stadler to Louis Kretzer. June 32. 1.7U0 
St. Ann's av, e s, 4,50 s 156th st, 104x90x1(3x90. 
Same to Eugene H. Cree, Roseville, N. J. 
June 22. 6,800 

Trinity av, e s, 200 s lS6th st. 75x83 9x75x86.10. 
Charles A. Stadler to Henry Stadlander. 
June 22. 2,035 

Trinity av, e s, 275 s 1.56th st, 25x82,9x35x83. 

Same to Hinrich Henje. June 33. 675 

Trinity av, e s, 300 s 156th street, 10Cx78.6xlOOx 
83.9. Charles A. Stadler to Bernard C. Mur- 
ray. June 22. 2,400 
Trinity av, e s, 425 s 156th st, 3.5x76.6x35x77.6. 

Same to William W. Hill, June 33. 560 

Union av, w s, 50 n Home st. 25xll'0. Hettie 
wife of John A. Knox to Fred. Gaiser. Mort. 
J;3,3(I0. Mar. 31. 3,800 

Washington av, w s, 59 s lot .59 Melrose North, 
runs northwest to e s of 161st st, x south 18 x 
southeast to av, x northeast 30, also part 161st 
St. Margaret L wife of William J. Mi-Mahon 
to William McMahoa. C. a. G. Correction 
deed. June 1. ni^m 

Washington av, w s, 49 s south line lot 98 Mel- 
rose North, runs northwest to 161st st, x south 
19.5 X southeast to Washington av, x north- 
west 20, also part 161st st. William McMahon 
to Margaret L. wife of William J. McMahon. 
Correction deed. C. a. G. June 3. nom 

Washington, sometimes called Webster av, n ] 
e s, part lot 13 map J. H. Devoe property, | 
Fordham, 75x100, 1 

Washington or Webster av, s w s, 131,8 n w | 
James st, 131,8x100. I 

Mary E. Aitchison, Sing Sing, to Arthur W 
Sheaf er, June 16. 3,2,50 

Washington av, e s, 35 8 17l6t st, 50.1xl00.3x 1 
.50x102.9. ! 

172d st, n s, 105 w Washington av, 45x105. I 
Ella Millar to Annie L. wife of Walter J. 
Mcludoe. B. & S. June 28. nom 

Same property. Walter J. Mclndoe and Annie 
L. his wife to Ella Millar. B. & S. June 
28 nom 

Willard av, n s, 375 w ad st. 35x100. Edward 
Moran, Brooklyn, to E. Clifford Potter. Oct., 
1885. 325 

Same property. E. Clifford Potter to Annie 

Weir, widow. June 13. 335 

2d av, e s, 427 n Higbbridge st, 100x125. Au- 
gust Zorn to John Wintsch. June 29. nom 
Same property. John Wiutscb to Margaretha 
wife of August Zorn. B. & S. C. a. G. 
June 39. nom 
2d av, wpst cor Higbbridge av, 107.6xll4x 
103x114.7. Dobson Postill to Charles Koep 
pel. June 29. 2,300 
3d av, e s, 49, 11 s of angle opposite 159th st, 351 
X85x2,5x79, Sub, t<i right of way for Subur- I 
ban Rapid Transit Co. !• 
3d av, 8 e s, .50 s w Port Morris Branch R. R, I 
35x116x22x130. J 
Thomas C. Higgins, Brooklyn, and Samuel 
McMillan to Joseph N. Golbacher. Mort. 
$4,300. June 20. 8,500 
3dav,es, 99.11 s 1.59th St. 75x167 to Port Mor- 
ris Branch New York & Harlem R. R. Co 's 
land, x75xl.5«.6. Abraham Piser to David 
Shear, Warren, Pa. J.j part. Sub. to }^ 
morts. $10,( on. June 30. 9,.500 
Intended or proposed st laid out by Henry P. 
De Graaf, n s, at point 220,6 s Wall st and 
300 w Woodlawn av, runs north II x west 
50 X south 100 X east 50. Silas D, Gifford, 
Tuckahoe, N. Y,, to Rector, &c., Trinity 
Church, Morrisania. June 1.5. 6,000 
Kingsbridge to v\ est Farms road, e s, 85 n Lor- 
illard st, 69x47x.50x97. Robert Worthingtou 
to Clark R. Watson. Ms. $3,4(10, May 34 4.500 
Kingsbridge to Williamsbridge road, n s, part lot 
63 map No. 2 of C. Darke property, Yonkers, 
101x173x100x161. Release mort. William F. 
Thorn, Riverdale, to Catharine A. Van Tas- 
sell. June 15. 3,5U0 
Spuyten Duyvil Parkway, s s, at intersection 
with north line of Independence av, runs west 
along parkway 144.8 x southeast 82.10 to av, 
X east 90 9 to beginning. Release mort. 
William T. Williams, exr. Amelia L. Will- 
iams, to Mary E. Cox. June 21. nom 
West Farms lo Kingsbridge road, s w s, lot 43 
map Wardsville, .50x110, John McCarty and 
Margaret his wife to John J. Brady. Feb, 
11. nom 
West Farms road, s e s, 523,7 u e Lyon st, 145.3 
x358,.5xl0l)..5x2.57.2. William S. Brown, exr. 
Harriet bates, to William J. Barnes, June 
9, 1.450 
West Farms to Hunts Point road, w s, adj A, ] 

Nostrand, 85x168x85x1.59, 
West Farms to Hunts Point road, being part | 
of that narrow strip lying between saiil road f 
and Bronx River, 50x— , including laud | 
under water, ' 

Mary S, Gales, Elizabeth, N, J,, to Frederick 
A, Mairwood. May 14, 1886. 1,80(1 

Kingsbridgeito Williamsbridge road,'8 w s, lots 
lOii, 107 and 108 map No. 2 Charles Darke 
property, Kingsbridge, .'0x105x51.2x94 to lane, 
riarah Russell, extrx, .James Russell, to Susan 
Magiun, June 30. 1,000 

Kingsbridore to Williamsbridge road, n w s, at 
u e cor lot 61 on map No. 2 property in Yon- 
kers of C. Dai-he, 101x173x100x161. Catha- 
rine A. Van Tassel, wife of William A., to 
Edward H. and Louis F. Scofleld. June 14. 3,335 
Lots 2, 5 and 13 to 3;3 inclus., SO, 31 euid ii and 



45 to 48. ,53, 62 to 65 inclus , and 69 to 71, 74, 
75 and 82 to 85 and 88 to 93, 130 to 134, 131 to 
1.55 inclus map of C, A. Stadler property 2)th 
Ward, Release mort, Mary wife of John M, 
Beck to Charles A. Stadler, June 25, 40,000 
Strip belonging to Jerome Park R'way Co,, s s, 
810 5 e of Marion av, ,'i0.x26 3x.50x 26 4. Will- 
iam 8. and Charles W. Opdyke to James M. 
Peebles. June 17, taxes, &c. , from July 3. 
1885. 100 

LEASEHOLD CONVEYANCES. 
Bowling Green, No. 5. Assign, lease and good 
will of business. John Whalen, recvr., &c., 
to Louisa J. Altman. 50 

Beaver st. No. 9, n w cor New st, 30.3xI16.6x 
3,10 and 44.6x103,8. Assign, lease. William 
Tumbridge, Brooklyn, to John I. Holly. 57,500 
Fulton st, No. 104, ss, 24.8x80.1x2.5x79 7. Re- 
formed Dutch Church N. Y. to Eberhard 
Faber. 21 years from May 1, 1887, per year, 
taxes, &c.. and 2, ,5(0 

William st, n w s, 229 9 n e John st. 25x95.6x23 1 
x3.1xl. 4x97.6. Reformed Dutch Church, N. 
Y.. to Eberhard Faber 21 years from May 1, 
1887, per year, taxes, &c.. and 1,200 

6th st, 8 s, 3.50 e 1st av. 25x92. Assign lease. 
Andreas Michel to William H. Brandt and 
Genofeva Schrank. 16.500 

18tb st. No. 40 W. Assign, lease. Leroy C. 

Lersner to M. Lersner. nom 

21st st, Nos. .526 and 528, s s. 350 w 10th av, 50x 
91.11, two four-story brick tenem'ts Lease- 
hold. Foreclos. Leicester Holme to The 
General Theological Seminary Prot. Epis. 
Church, U. 8. Juno S8. 8,000 

31.st st. No. 506, s s, IdO w Kith av, 25x91,11, 
four-story brick tenem't. Leasehold. Fore- 
clos. Same to same. June 28. 4, .500 
31»t st. No, 504, 8 s, 75 w lOtb av, 2,5x91 U, four- 
story brick tenem't Leasehold. Foreclos. 
Same to same June 28. 3..5f0 
23d st, n s, 65 e 9th av, runs east .56.8 x north 
143.4 X west 31.8 x north 5.8 x west 35 x south 
148 to 23d st, point beginning. Leasehold. 
Foreclos. David J. Noyea to Hannah V. 
Deshler. June 25. .5O,C00 
4Stb .st, n s, 400 w 5th av, 25x100,5. Assign 
lease, James M, Edwaids to Charles E, 
Fleming, 23,173 
48th st,n s, 400 w 5th a v, 2.5x1 00, ,5. Assign, 
lease, Charles E Fleming to Annie M, wife 
of James M Edwards, nom 
84th St. No. 167 E. Assign lease. Charles D. 

Hasbrouck to Mary J. Cohen. nom 

3d av. No. 957. Assign lease. Sarah Pecare to 

Aaron Weinstein. nom 

6th av. No. 36. Assign, lease. Louis W. Dues- 

ing to George Ringler & Co. nom 

6th av. No. 36. John J. Worden to Louis W. 
Duesing. 5 years, from May 1, 1887, per year, 

1,. 500 and 1,800 
10th av, Nos. 177-183, s w cor 21st sc, 84x75, four 
four-sttpry brick tenem'ts with stores. Lease- 
bold. Foreclos. Leicester Holme to The 
General Theological Seminary Prot. Epis. 
Church, U. S. June 28. 21,000 

Lease by W. J. Pollock, made May 26, 1x87. 
Assign, lease. Stephen G. Hellmuth to Rob- 
ert Troger. nom 
Property at bipuyten Duyvil, known as Villa 
West Cliff, includes brick dwell'g and stable; 
also preniises known as Hudson View, bning 
large frame bouse and small bnildings. Wal- 
ter M Levick to Elverton R. Chapman. 25 
years, from June 17, 1887, per year, 1,200 



KINGS COBNTTi. 

JUNB 24, 25, 27, 38, 29. 

Adams st, w s, 300 n Liberty av, 75x90. Louisa 
Altenburg, widow, to Geza C. Liszka. Morta. 
$950, taxes, &c, nom 

Barliey st, e s. 80 n Blake av, SOxIcO. Allert 
Sibley to Edward Smith and Magdalena bis 
wife. $145 

Barbey st, es, 60 n Blnke av, 30x100, Same to 
George Dehn and Mary his wife, 145 

Barbey st, e .s, 20 s Blake av. 30x100. Albert 
Sibley to Albert Ganezfried and Michael Ad 
ler. 150 

Bergen st, n s, 200 e Rochester av. runs to Dean 
st at pttiut 2' e Rochester av, x east to the 
Hunterfly road, x south along roa<l to Bergen 
st, X west — to beginning, Mary A. Bergen, 
formerly La Bau, consents to amendment of 
judgment so as to exempt ab "ve property. 

Bond st, n w s, 80 n e Livingston st. runs north- 
west 67 X northeast 20 x northwest 58 to 
Fulton pi, X northeast 4) x southeast 12ft 
to Bond st, X southwest 60. Annie C. wife 
of Thomas S. Blankley to Aaron S. Bobbins. 

51), too 

Broadway, n e s, 100 n w CJooper st, 25x100. 
Letiua Pentz, formerly Riley, to Maria L. 
and Margaret A. Pentz H A' S. gift 

Broadway, west cor Soniers st, 278.6 to Hull st, 
X — to centre of old road, x — to point .529..5 
east of Stone av, x — to Somers st, x east 
393 9. City of Brooklyn to Alfred J. Pouch. 

nom 

Broadway, n s, 12.5.8 e Marcy av, 35x.'*3 8x34.10 
x80. John G. Gross to John T. Runcie. 14,U(I0 

Broadway, south cor New York & Manhattan 
Beach k. R.. 355.7x1368 to Brooklyn & Ja- 
maica pike, X 137.H to R. R X197.9. William 
C. Bowers to David S. Yeoman. 26,(J00 

Broadway, soutli cor Quincy st, 43.1x99.5x38,6x 
18.3 X north 48.9 to Quincy st, x east 38.1. 
Charles A. Wehr to Louis Bossert. Mort. 
$2,500. 8,000 

Berkeley pi, n s, 260 w 7th av, 100x100, hs & Is. 
John D. Iilsh, Hempstead, L. I., to Albert F. 
Cexf. Bub. to mort. $76,000 



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Berkeley pi, n .=, 260 w 7th av, 40x100. I 

Berkeley pi, n s, 320 w 7th av, 40ilOO. f 

Release mort. Walter S. Johnston, recvr., 
to John D. Fish. 9,600 

Carroll st. ss, 60 e Van Brunt st, 40x64. Ix4.3.3x 
x47.il. Relense judgment. Joseph H. White 
to James and E. H. Calvert. nom 

Carroll st, s a. 144 8 e 8th av, 32.2x7.5. 7x31.5x 
74.1. Orson D. Munn to George W. Kenyon. 

B. & 8. and C. a. G. Assesfmt."., &c. 4,630 
Carroll st, s s, 176.10 e 8ih av, 32.3x77x34..5x 

7.1.7. Same to Charles R. Smiih. B. & S. 
and C. a. G. Assessmts., &c. 4,630 

Clark st, n s, 100 e Hicks st. i.-ixlOO. 

Pineapple st, s s, 174.11 e Hicks st, 25.5x101.3 
x26xllH.3. 

Pineapple st, s s, 150 e Hicks st, 25x111. 

Hicks st, e s, 51.5 n Clark st, runs east 1(0 x 
north 24.7 x west 100 to Hicks st, x south 
24.7. J 

Hotel St. George Co. to William Tumbridge. 
Morts. $185,0011. SOti.OOO 

Cleveland st, e s, 200 n Liberty av, 25x90. Jo- 
seph Domhan and Jacob Fischer to Eleonora 
Rauschkolb. 2.250 

Cleveland st, e s, 86.8 s Fulton av, 50x100, hs & 
Is. Wilbur H. Whitlock to Henrietta Dun- 
stattcr. Mort. $1,7.50. 3,500 

Cropsey st, south cor 17th av, 29.Sxll.5x37.7x 
115, Bath Beach. Hattie D. wife of Joseph L. 
Lowry to Sarah K. Rogers. 3,500 

Same property. Sarah K. Rogei's to Charles S. 
Taber. 3,500 

Same property. Release mort. Gcrd H. Henjes 
to Hattie D. Lowry. 2,L00 

Decatur st, n s, 265 w Throop av, 18,9x100. Re- 
lease mort. Samuel H. Vandewater, New 
York, to .John C. Bushfield. nom 

Decatur st, n s, 441,3 e Tompkins av, 18 9x100. 
Release mort. Elizabeth L, Stud well et al., 
exrs. John J. StudwcU, to John C. Denlsou, 
New York. 2,500 

Decatur st, s s. If e Stuyvesant av, 18x103, h 
<fe 1. Jacob May to Jules Bindrim. Mort. 
$4,000. 6.000 

Degraw st, s s, 123.8 o 4th av, 16.4x100, h & 1. 
(ieorgeR. Brown to Simpson Sheppord. Mort. 
$3,500. 5,000 

Degraw st, s g, 172.S e 4th av, 16.4x100, h & 1. 
George R. Brown to John Burns and James 
V. Johnson, of Burns & Johnson. Mort. 
$4,,5C0. 6,000 

Duffleldst, e s, 126 8 8 Johnson st, 16.8x1(0.3. 
William 8. Ford to Mrs. Sarah J. Sweet. 8,150 

Dean st, s s, 200 e Rochester av, runs cast to 
Huntei fly road, x again east and along Dean 
st to point 250 w Buffalo av, x south 107.2 x 
west to point 200 e Rochester av, x north 
107 2. Walter E and Henry Parfitt tj Rich- 
ard C. Wright. B. & S. 5,000 

Satm properly. Richard C. Wright to Henry 
Weil. 5,000 

D 'an st, n s, 368,4 e Schenectady av, 21.7x107.2. 
John MoGee to Ellen Connelly. Mort, $1 ,'300. 

1,700 

Same property. Ellen Connelly to Joseph 
Waterbury. Mort. $1,20 >. 1,9C0 

Earl st, centre line, s e cor Kingston av, 40x — 
to Furnald st, Platbush. Lewis Hurst ,to 
Louis Kerz. 800 

Same property. Release mort. Rosina and 
Emma V. Taylor to Lewis Hurst. nom 

Eweu st, e s, 25 s Johnson av, 25x103, h & 1. 
Rosa wife of David Rubens to Edward 
Karulz. Morts. $4,000. 6,500 

Eldert Bt, n w s, 307.8 n e Broadway, 18x100, h 
& 1. James McCormack to Annie E. Powell. 

C. a. G. nom 
Elm pi, e s, 142.11 n Livingston st, 21.5x135 to 

Fulton pi. Aaron S. Robbins to Frederick 
LocFer. 13,(03 

Elton »t, e s, £75 s Sutter av, 25x90. Adolph 
and Theodore Kiendl to William Lucas. 300 

Elton St. e s, 4(0 s Sutter av, 30x90. William 
H. McKee to William Lucas. 275 

Front sr, n s, 238 e Bridge st, 25x100. Thomas, 
James, Charles, Barnard, Patrick and Mary 
Conway, Bella Conway and Catherine Flan- 
negan to Bella Conway. Q. C. nom 

Front st, u s, (0.8 w Main st, 20 6x70. Bridget 
Brown, widow, to Mary J. McLaughlin, nom 

Fulton st, n s, l(5tJ.6 w Rockaway av, 40x.57.7 to 
Somers st, x39x66.S. Release mort. Eliza- 
beth W. Aldrich, New York, to George R. 
Brown. 10,000 

Fulton st, n s, 260 e Bedford av, 20x100, h & 1. 
Asa C. Brownell to William H. Heap, Pater- 
son, N. J. Mort. $10,000. 18,000 

Fulton st, n w cor Hudson av, 58x59.5x67. Ed- 
ward A. Abbott to Frederick Uhlmann, New 
York. C. a. G. Mort. $40,000. 65,000 

Harrison st, s e cor Tompkins pi, runs south 97 
X east 112.8 x south abt 9 x east abt 9 x north 
ICO to Harrison st, x west 21.8, h & 1. Morris 
H. Smith to the Salvation Aimy. Morts, 
$24,0C0. nom 

Herkimer st, n s, 117.3 e Bedford av, 17.6x100, 
h & 1. George E. Ward to Charles Bruno. 
Mort. $6,000. 9,5(0 

Herkimer st, n s, 134.9 e Bedford av, 17.6x100, 
h & 1. Eugene G. Blackford to George E. 
Ward. 8,500 

Herkimer st, s w cor Olive pi, 19x90, h & 1. 
George R. Brown to Thomas tS. Smith, New 
York. Mort. $5,1,50. Taxes, &c. exch 

Herkimer st, s s, 76.6 w New York av, 23.5x 
101. Edward B. Sturges to Conrah Bahr. 
Mort. $3,0JO. 5,100 

Hull st, n s, 116.8 w Hopkinson av, 16.8x100, 
h & 1. Peter Gilcher to Frederick Gilcher. 

1,100 

Hewes st, n s, 167.6 e Wythe av, 19.6xlC0, h & 
1. Abbie A. L. Small, New York, to Jane 
wife of John H. Eddy. noai 



Hawthorne st, n e cor of road from Bedford 1 
to Kings Co. Alnuhouse, 418.5x150x448, lOx I 
156.3. I 

Brooklyn av, n e cor Hawthorne st, 149x60Cx I 
148,2x600. I 

Kingston av, n e cor Hawthorne st, 147. llx 
700 to Albany av. xl45,l to st, x west 700. 

Albany av, n e cor Hawthorne st, 144.4 x eatt 
650 to Troy av, x south 146.3 to st, x west i 
650. I 

Forecloa. Gerard M. Stevens to Moril* 
Cohn. 9.640 

Hooper st, s e b, 85 n e South 3d st, 24x100; also 
Jot adj on rear 110 n South 3d it, and 100 e 
Hooper st, runs south 59 x northeast — x 
north — X west 25. Ellen De Coudres, widow, 
to David S. Yeoman. 2,335 

John st, w s, 20 n Blake av, 20x100. Albert 
Sibley to Annie Bchroeter. UO 

John st, w s 160 n Duryea av, 40x100. Albert 
Sibley to Mary J. Elliott. 310 

John st, w 8, 40 8 Blake av, 40x100. Same to 
Mary Miller. 320 

John st, w 6, 260 s Duryea av, 20x100. ( 

Barbey st, e s, 30 s Linnington av, 30x100. ) 
Albert Sibley to Martin Leach. 250 

John st, w s, 60 n Blake av, 20x103. Albert 
Sibley to Henry Ruhl. 150 

John st, w s, 80 n Blake av, 20x109. Same to 
Rosalie Kaufman. UO 

John st, w s, 20 s Duryea av. 40xlC0. Albert 
f ibley to Charles Smith and Harriet his 
wife. 290 

John st, w p, 40 n Blake av, 30x100. Same to 
Bernard Smyth. 150 

John st, n w cor Duryea av, 20x100. Same to 
WiUiam H. Lamb. a50 

John st, w s, 120 s Blake av, 40x100. Same to 
Mary Sanborn. 300 

John st, s w cor Blake av, 40x100. j^ 

John st, w s, 20 n Duryea av, 40x100. 
Same to Edward Hatton. 

John st, w 8, 200 s Duryea av, 60x100. 
Charles E. Colin. 

John st, w s, 200 s Blake av, 20x100. 
Frank Soviero. 

Johnson st, n w cor Gold st, 80.6x100. 
Liebmann to The Board of Education. 



710 
Same to 

400 
Same to 

150 
Louis 
13,500 

Kosciusko st, see, 324.4 n e Broadway, 17.6x 
100. Charles F. Junler and Sarah M. his wife 
to Robert Smith. Mort. $1,700. 2,2.50 

Lffferts pi, n n, 1.53.8 w Clason av, 21x137, h & 
1. Josiah Penfield to Anna C. wife of Thomas 
S. Blankley. Morts. $6,000. 15,000 

Lincoln pi, s w s, 210 n w 8th av, 20x103, h & I. 
Sarah A. Wife of and Richard George, Dover, 
N, J., to Lizzie L. wife of William R. George. 
Morts. $14,500. 6,000 

Lorimer st, e s, 135.7 n Van Cott av, .50x100. 
Arthur A. Stilwell. New York, to Therese 
Quetting. }% part. B. & 8. and C. a. G. 300 

Lynch st, s s, 79. 11 e Harrison av, 27.f xlOO, h 
& 1. Mathias Beck and Peter Stolz to Joseph 
Mayer. Morts. $45,( 00 11,500 

Maujer st late Remsen st, n s, 225 w Ijorimer 
st,, 25x100. Letitia Pentz, formerly Riley, to 
Maria L. and Margaret A. Pentz. B. & 8. gift 

Montgomery st, n s, 143,4 e 8th av, 30.3i74.11x 
30.3x73.6. Orson D. Munn to Marie R. wife 
of Willlem F. Brown. B. & S. and C. a. G. 
Assessmts, &c. 3,704 

Montgomery st, n s, 113e Sth av, 30.4x7.'5.6xS«.4 
x72.2. Same to Caroline 8. wife of Harvey 
Murdock. B. & S. and C. a. G. Assessmts, 
&c. 3,704 

Montgomery st, n s, 172.7 e Sth av, 30.4x76.4x 
30. 4x74, 1 1 . Same to Alice C. wife of Thomas 
Gill. B. & S. and C. a. G. Assessmts, 
&c. 3,704 

Montgomery st, n s, 160 e Brooklyn av, 147.9x 
131.9x115.8x127.9. Catharine N. Curtis, 
Mary D. and Catharine N. Van Gieson, 
Poughkeepsie, and Hy. M. Curtis, exr. of 
Ella M. Skillman, to Laurence Fitzpatrick. 630 

Madison st, n s, 153 w Ralph av, 18x100. Eliz- 
abeth Taber et al. , exrs. Franklin W. Taber, 
to Ellen Gibhs. Morts. $l,.536. 2,100 

Magnolia st, n w s, 325 n e Knickerbocker av, 
2.5x136 4x35x126.10. John H. Scheldt to Jo- 
seph Goetz. 850 

Manhasset pi, w s, 305 s Rapelye st, 75x86. Nel- 
lie C. Van Reypen to Mary E. Lynch. nom 

Marion st, n e cor Howard av, 18.9x100. Gil- 
bert P. Conkliu to Mary H. Cannon, widow. 
Mort. $3,0(0. 3,800 

Marion st, s s, 50 w Rockaway av, runs west 
125 X south 100 X east 110 x northeast — x 
north 71.5. Isaac Halstead to Theodore P. 
Clark, Itbica, N. Y. Mort. $2,500. 4,500 

Marion st, n s, 2(0 e Patchen av, 3.5x100. Par- 
tition. Frank Reynolds to Caspar Martin. 935 

Navy st, e s, 50 n Lafayette st, 25xltO. "] 

Navy st, e s, abt 227.10 s Lafayette st, 66.11x 1 

100.6. r 

Navy st, w s, 100.5 s Lafayette st, 50x100. | 
Mary Murphy to John Murphy. B. & S. nom 

Newell st, e s, 20 s Meserole av, 30x75, h & 1. 
Ditrich Shuler to Anna Schroeder, widow, nom 

Same property. Anna Schi'oeder to Johanna 
H. Shuler. C. a. G. nom 

Oakland st, w s, 35 n Dupont st, 25x100. Al- 
bert Grether to Martin Hilberer. 1,330 

Ocean Parkway, w s, 365 s West av, runs west 
200 to Brighton pi, x north 40 x east 100 x 
north 40 x east 100 to Parkway, x south SO, 
hs & Is, one house furnished, Gravesend. 
Lazarus Wolf to Caroline A. wile of Solomon 
Greeubaura. Contract to exchange for prop- 
erty No. 221 East 120th st, which ij mort. for 

9,000 

Pacific st, n s, 83.4 w Utica av, 16.8x100. Thom- 
as Quinn to Julia wife of John J. Hall. nom 

Same property. Release mort. John Ross, 
New York, to Thomas Quiflg, pom 



Pacific st, n s, 4 )9.8 w Franklin av, runs north 
K X west 120 x north 19 9 to old Brooklyn 
& Jamaica Railroad, x east 101.7 x east 50 x 
south 136.8 to Pacific street, X west 30. Sa- 
rah Cheney and Emma A. wife of Moses L. 
Case to John Devlin. Q. C. nom 

Prince st, w ^ 97 n Tillary st, 22x85. Rodger 
Mullen to Bridget Johnston, widow. Mort. 
$1,300. 1,400 

Park pi, n s, 400 w Kingston av, 1(0x355.7 to 
Prospect pi. Albert G. McDonal to Martin 
Joost. Ja part. 6,666 

Parkway, Cf ntre line, original line between lands 
of Van Dujn and Kyenan, 24th Ward, 63.10 
x755. 4x78. 9x774, abt I'j acres. Barbara Lutz 
to Margaret P. Greany. All title. All liens. 

3,(00 

Same property. John A. Lutz to same. All 
title. AU liens. 1,.5C0 

Partition st. n e s, 95 s e (3onover st, 20x100, h 
& I. EmU O. J. Godigkeit to Dorothea Go- 
digkeit. 4,200 

Park pi, n s, 210 e Howard av, 40x95.11x40.6x 
89.4. Prentiss White to Walter E. and Henry 
Parflt, B. & 8. 30 

Pierrepont st, n s, 129 e Hicks st, 27xl43x37x 
144.8. William C. Ravenhill to Adelaide A. 
Hamilton. 3. j' part. Sub. to mort. $15,000. nom 

Prospect pi, s s, 75 e Kingston av, runs south 
100 X northeast 75 x north 115 to st, x west 75. 
Catharine E. Day, Individ, and extrx. Jacob 
Day, to George J. Bond. Mort*. $700. 2,( 00 

Prospect pi, n s, 225 w New York av, runs 
north 135 x west 50 x south 30 x eaist 43 x 
south 95 to st, X east 8. William H. Lyon to 
Edward B. Hutchinson. 2,400 

Quincy st, n w cor Throop av, 50x200 to Lexing- 
ton av, hs & Is. Samuel R. Walters to Paul 

C. Grening. Mort. $7,000. 10,000 
Raymond st, w s, 135 n Bolivar st, 2.5x100. 

Sarah O'Reilly to Nellie O'Reilly. 10,000 

Same property. Nelly O'Reilly to John N. 
O'Reilly. 10,(00 

Stewart st, n s, 183 e Bushwick av, 34x100, hs 
& Is. Patrick Sullivan to J. Quincy Van 
Ostrand. Mort. $1,600. nom 

Stewart st, n s, 114 e Bushwick av, 34x100, hs & 
Is. Same to same. Mort. $1,6C0. nom 

St. Marks pi, s s, 151.2 w 5th av, 50x100. Asa 
W. Parker to Theresa B. wife of Jeremiah J. 
Collins. All liens. 4,500 

Same property. Theresa B. wife of Jeremiah 
J. Collins to James A. Van Brunt. All liens. 

18.100 

Strong pi, w 8, 235 s Harrison st, 25x109.9, h & 
1. Frederick Dassori to Isabella G. wife of 
Augustus M. Price. Mort. $10,000. exch 

Sidney pi. No. 38. w s, 254.3 n State st, 20x100. 
Chantley E. Aldrich to Adolph Goepel. 10,500 

Spencer st, w s, 111.1" s Myrtle av, .50x100. Jo- 
hannes Kolyer to Theodore B. Kolyer. 4,500 

Stauhope st, n w s, 485 n e Evergreen av, 20x 
100, h & 1. Charles Herr to Frederick Schae- 
fer. 3,850 

Troutman st, n w s, 202 8 s w WyckofT av, 35x 
lOJ. John E. Rose to John M. Goldberg, nom 

Troutman st late Madison st, n w s, 200 n e 
Central av, 50x100. Michael C. Beck Albany, 
N. Y. , to John Young. 3,000 

Van Dyck st, n e .=, 125 n w Dwight st, 25x100. 
James Lamont to Cornelius Battom. 900 

Van Buren st, n s, 3(0e Lewis av, 25x100. John 
H. Hilliker, Jamaica, to Richard Ingraham, 

1,000 

Vanderveer st, s e s, 194 n e Broadway, lfl.6x 
100. Sally A. wife of Thomas S. Denike to 
James E. Rady, New York. Mort. $l,t0i). 

3,030 

Varets^, ss, 173.10 w Bogart st, 2,5x100. Ber- 
nard Sievers to Johana Hoiisewirth. Mort. 
$1,500. 2,750 

Van Brunt st, s e s, 73.9 n e William st, 17.6x90. 
Warren B. Sammis to Alois Lozansky. 3,500 

vVoodbine st, s es, 103.2 n e Bushwick av, 53.10 
xlOO. Frances R. wife of John J. H. Esqui- 
rol to Catharine wife of Alfred Sims. Mort. 
$2,000. 7,!!00 

North 2d st, s s, 160 w Graham av, ,50x100. 
Maria O. Bimms, widow, to John 8. Mitchell 
and John W. Trim. 3,500 

Same property. Release mort., &c. A. J. On- 
derdonk et al., exrs. H. G. Onderdonk, to 
same. nom 

3d st, s s, 488 e 7th av, 40x95. Francese 8. wife 
of Lawrence Turnbull, Baltimore, Md., to 
Henry S. Parks. 5,OCO 

2d st, s s, 528 e 7th av, 40x95. > 

4 th st, n w cor 6th av, 80x95. ) 

Francese L. wife of Lawrence Turnbull, Bal- 
timore, Md., to John Adamson. Taxes, &c. 

14,000 

3d st. No. 371, n s, 61 e 5th av, £0x90, h & 1. 
Caroline S. wife of Harvey Murdock to Orson 

D. Munn. Mort. $5,010. B. & 8. and C. a. 
G. 10,000 

North 3d st, s w s, 99.6 s e Berry st, 25x100. 
Sarah E. wife of Charles C. Hainer to Michael 
G. Harden. Mort. $1,500. 3,500 

4th ul, n s, 280 w Court st, 20x1(0, h & L Ed- 
ward Keogh, Jr., to John O'Neil. Q. C. nom 

Same property. John O'Neil to Mary Ba- 
ney. 6 500 

North 4th st, s s, 110 e Wythe av, 50x60. Archi- 
bald Graham to .Toseph Volkommer, Jr., and 
Robert Weiskettel. 3,(.00 

5th st, s s, 333.4 e 6th av, 17.9x100. Partition. 
John Z. Lott to Jennie Benedict. Mort. 
$4,000. 2,000 

5th st, s s. 241 e 6th av, 17.9x100. Partition. 
John Z. Lott to Elizabeth Green. Mort. 
$4,000. 2,(05 

6th St. s w ?, 247.10 s e 6th av, 100x100. Allison 
J. Van Brunt to Theresa B. wife of Jeremiah 
J, Collins, Mort. fl.OOO. 10,000 



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CthBt, s WR, 177.10 se 6th av. 7nxino. James 

A. Van Brunt to Theresa B. wife of Jeremiah 
J. Collins. Mort. $3,500. 7.000 

South tlth ^t, n s, S3.7 e Wythe av, 19 10i58.6r 
aOx.^7 3, h & 1. Theodore F. Jackson to Mar- 
garet C. Van Every. B & 8. nom 

East 9th St, 6 s, 200 n A.v C, 100x136.1 to] 
Coney Island av X 10O3xH3 fi. 

Coney Island av, s w cor Av C, 100.3x91. 6x [ 
100 to Av C, X 84.3. I 

East 9th St, e s, 200 n Av D, 100x201 to Coney | 
Island av, x 100.3x20i4. Flatbush. I 

William W. WiJkes to Francis A. Biegs. 3,400 

9th St, s 6 cor Gowanus Canal, runs east 2,30 x 
south 20J X west 40 x south 3"0 x west 190 
to Canal, x north 5(0, with land under water, 
&c. Elizabeth M. Williams, widow, to 
Daniel Doody. 58,000 

Same property. William E. Phillips and ano., 
exrs, John Williams, to Daniel Doody. nom 

10th St, s 6, 194 e 4th av, t'4 8x100. hs & Is. 
Henry Lansdell to Leonard D. Hills, Am- 
herst, Mass. Mortf. $7,000. 10,000 

lllh st, s e cor 6th av, 12.10x abt 1. Henry L. 
Clarke to Benimiin Carver. Q. C. nom 

nth St, 8 s, 147.10 w 5th av, 16.hxl00. Robert 

B. Stokes to Joshua W. Powell. Q C. nom 
nth St, s s, 147.10 w 5th av, 16.8x100. 
Patchen av, ws, 37 n Madison st, 17x75, 3x 

23 9x58.6. 

Joshua W. Powell to Frederick Dassori. 

Mort. $4,000. esch 

13th st, n s, 3.57.3 e 6th av, 19.8x11 0. Partition. 
John Z. Lott to Caroline McFarland. 3.bO0 

18th st, B s, 178 w 4th av, 18x70, h & 1. Cath- 
erine E. Morris, widow, Trov, N. Y., to Ma- 
ria T. Hill, Albany. Mort. $l,.50a. 4,000 

18th st, s s. ,325 w3d av, 125x100.2. Catharine 
wife of Thomas Farrell to Elleu Gilraartin. 
Correction deed. nom 

Bay 26th st, s e s, ICO n e Cropsey av, 409.61 
90, 1 0x403. 10x96 8, New Utrecht. James Wa- 
ters to Laura A. Recknagel. 8,550 

43d st, n s, 80 e 2d av, 2<ixl02.2. Charles Hart 
to Peter F. Anderson and Kosannah his Mite. 
Corrects error in KelOrd of April ."^Oth. 650 

43d st, 5 s, 3(0 e 5th av, 35x7S.8x— x74.2. Pat 
rick H. Flynn to William Butler. 335 

5Ut st, s s, 100 w 3d av, 40xl0J.2. Henry Ket- 
telhodt and John Wichern to Lewis N. Has- 
kins. 1,200 

Same property. Edward T. Hunt, exr., &c.. 
Thomas Hunt, to grantors above. (344 

54th st, n B, vtO e Sd av, 16.8x100.2. James G. 
Carroll to Franz Zorn. Mort. $1 .500. 2,.50O 

54th st, n s, 233,4 e 3d av, 16.8xl(i0.2. Same to 
Martin Bomner. Mort. $1,5(0. 2,500 

58-^ st, n 9, 160 w 6th av, 2iixl()0.2. Edward T. 
Hunt, exr. and trustee Thomas Hunt, to Al- 
bert Kortura. nom 

Alabama av, e s. 249 s Fulton av, 1x40. Henry 
Hahn to Christian Lofller. nom 

Same property. Christian Loffler to Charles 
A. Jaeger. 175 

Atlantic av, s s, 160 w Brooklyn av, 120x100. 
Charles W. Bette to Henry B. Moore. 9 000 

Atlantic av, n s, 25 e Butler av, 25x80, h & 1. 
Jacob Lacker, Boston, Ida^s., to Christian 
Lacker. Mort. $2,000. 1880. 2,850 

Atlantic av, s w s, 525 n w Hamilton av, .5(ix 
115, New Utrecht. George S. Oelston to Ed- 
mund Ford and Ida his wife. 500 

Atlantic av, interior lot lying n of line SO n 
Atlantic av. Christopher P. Skelton to 
Fiances A. Skeltim. Release. nom 

Atlantic av, n e cor Cooper pi, 80x — to Brook- 
lyn & Jamaica Railroad, x — to Cooper pi, 
X — . Caroline E. Hyatt to Irene M. Hyatt, nom 

Atlantic av, n s, 218 6 w Hicks st, 20.6x70. 
Henrietta Haas, widow, to James P. Kane. 
Q. C. nom 

Same property. Caroline L. wife of Charles 
Heuning, Edward, Louis A. and Emma Haas, 
heirs Edward Haas, to same. 13,500 

Atlantic av, s w cor Wyckofif lane, runs west 
20 X south 80 X west 80 x south 29 x Kill to 
lane, x north 105. Christoph Zinke to Bertba 
Zinke. 3,,500 

Blake av, s s, 25 w Bennett av, 25x100. Law- 
rence Dunn to Frank Saultman. 400 

Belmont av, s s, 25 e Vesta av, ItOxlOl. Au- 
gustus B. Pettit to Frederick C. Dennington. 
Mort. $1,800. 8,400 

Buffalo av, n e cor Park pi, late Baltic st, 27,9x 
100. Elmina B. wife of William H. Perrin to 
Owen Feeney. 700 

Buffalo av, e s, 157.5 n Atlantic av, 18.11x100. 
Oscar Wasmer to Herman J. Wasmer. 500 

Carlton av, e s, lot 42 map of property of R. P, 
Manley, late C. & W. Post, 25x100, map mis- 
sing. Jeremiah Mullen to William Baker. 2,200 

Clason av, e s, to 8 Douglass st, 2(ixU0, h & I. 
William H. Curtin to John Ryan. Mort. 
$1,0 JO. 2,000 

Evergreen av, n w cor Montellh st, 90x1.50. 
Edward Karutzto Henry Grasman. 7,000 

Foster av, n s, 250 e 2d st, 50x135, Flatbusb. 
John Read to Elizabeth A. Read. C. a. G. 
1867. gift 

Same property. Elizabeth A. Nichols, form- 
erly Read, to Margaret Hickman. 1.4C0 

Gates av,ss, 225 w Nostrand av, 2.5xlC0. J. 
Berry King to George H. Wooster. Q, C. nom 

Georgia av, w s, 225 s Fulton av, 25x100. Re- 
lease mort. Henry Hahn to Christian Loef- 
fler. 500 

Harrison av, north cor Kutledge st, 40x80. 
Luhr Frers, Hempstead, to Henry Moeller. 3,800 

Jefferson av, s s, 460 w Ncstrand av, 20x100, h 
& 1. Foreclos. Thomas H. York to M. Lou- 
ise Brown. 51 

Jefferson av, s s, 480 w Nostrand av, 80x100, h 
& 1. Foreclos. Same to same. 51 

Jefferson av, 8 s, 480 w Nostrand av, UOxiCO, h 



& 1. Release dower. Alice Comfort to M. 
Louijie Brown. nom 

Lafayette av, n w s, E94.4 n e Broadway, 18, 8x 
100. Barbara Ochs, wife of Ernst, to Elise 
Worn. Mort. $3,500. 5.3.«,0 

Lf xington av, s s, 4iiO w Ralph av, 100x100, h 
& 1. Julia A. Turner, widow, to William 
Lang. 9,000 

Lexington av, 8 e B, 1(0 n e Bedford av, Irt.lix 
100, h & I. Jacob May to Juliu.» Bindrim. 
Mort. $3,2.50. 5,000 

Liberty av, s b, 77 e Railroad av, 60x100. Jan i 
Quick, Clarkgtown, N. Y., to Joseph Quick, 
Perlh Amboy. 450 

Rogers av, s e cor Maplo st, 100x105, Flatbush. 
John Lefferts to Samuel Kahn and Isaac 
Strauss. 1,825 

Rogers av, w s, 110 n Prospect pi, 15,5x82x83 Sx 
80 Charles E. Frost and Sarah his wife to 
William O. Thompson. 1,500 

Snedeker av, w s, itO s Eastern Parkway, 8ux 
10). Williamson Rapalje and John H. Ire- 
land to William Milltr. 1,000 

Stewart av, north cor 97ih st, .'0x100, New 
Utrecht. George S. Gehton to Owen Mc- 
Nally. 700 

Stuyvesant av, n w cor Quincy st, 100x2 i5. 
Matilda Weil, widow, and August M., Simon 
R , louis J.. Theodore G., Edwin C. and Al- 
fred Weil, Fennie Aronstein and Bella Hoch- 
stadter, heirs Max Weil, to Nathaniel W. 
Burtis. Q. C. nom 

Stuyvesant av, n w cor Quincy st, lC0i22.5. 
Jiatilda Weil et al.,exrs. Mrx Weil, to Na- 
thaniel W. Eurtis 13,500 

Sumner av, w s, 41 6 s L' xington av, 19.6x100. 
James A. The mpton to Joceph AV. Bosch and 
Henry Rudolph. Mort*. $6,t0 '. (Corrects 
error in Rkooud of May 7 ) 10,.550 

Vanderbiltav w s, ISl n Butler st, 9x125, h & 
1. Mary U. Stout, widow, and Jane A. Pettit, 
Individ and as exrs. and tru.stee« JohnH., 
Stout to The Board of Education. 3,000 

Same property. Release mort. Same to same. 

nom 

Voorhees av, centre line, at Intersection centre 
line East 26th st, runs east along av 492 x 
south 132 X west 484.5 to ft, x west 224.3, ex- 
cepting Voorhees av, s e cor East 20th st, 300 
to East 27th st, xlOO, Gravesend. Release 
mort. Ralph G. Packard to WiUiam H. 
Curtin. nom 

Varick av, centre line, abt 130 s centre Ten Eyck 
st, runs west and northwest 160 x north 325 x 
east — , salt raeadnw. Theodore F. Jackson 
to Jeremiah V. Meserole. 800 

Same property. Jeremiah V. Meserole to Theo- 
dore F. Jackson. Js pirt. 408 

Washington av, w s, 60.6 n Greene av, runs 
117.5X north 20 x west 2.6 x north 20 x east 
120 to Washington av, x south 20. George 
Harvey to William H. Mairs. nom 

2d av, 8 e cor 53d st, 100.2x100. Leffert L. 
Bergen and Catharine M. WyckofT to James 
W. Morse. nom 

3d av, e 9, 30.3 n 551 h st, 40x100. I 

55th st, n s, 100 e 3d av, 2.5x100.2. f 

Bertrand Clover, Jr., Now Vork, to James 
D. CummingB. 2.620 

3d av, west cor 14th st, 100x92. William H. 
Heap, Paterson, N. J., to Asa C. Brow- 
nell. 9,000 

4th av, w s, IfO B 1.5th st, 21.9x40. Release 
mort. Andrew J. Onderdonk et al., exrs. 
and trustees Horatio G. Onderdonk, to Wil- 
liam H. Winchester. nom 

5th av, north cor Clinton av, 25x100.9x25x100.8, 
New Utrecht. Henry J. Hiutz, Hoboken, to 
Annie wife of John Otten. 4C0 

5th av, e s, 40 n St. Johns pi, 60x80, hs & Is. j 

Decatur st, s s, 185 w Lewis av, tOxlOO, hs )- 
&ls. ) 

Mary E. Hegarty to Richard J. McConnell 
and Ann McLaughlin. C. a. G. Sub. to 
mort. 5,000 

5th av, w s, 85 n Butler st, 2''x90. James D. 
Cummings to Ann McLaughlin and Richard 
J. McConnell. 4,000 

5th av, 6 8, 40 n St. Johns p], OOxSO, hs & Is. 
Ann McLaughlin, widow, and Richard J. 
McConnell to Rufus T. Griggs. Morts. 
$25,500. 36,000 

6lh av, B s, extending from 5.5th to 56th st, 2(0.4 
x300. Dan'l Owen to Margaret C. Gay. 
(Ccrrects error in Rkcord of May 7 ) 5,.500 

6th av, w s, 59.8 n Slst, 19,8x80. James A. 
Stevens to James T. Stephens. 4, COO 

7thav, ses, 63.10n e Prospect av, 20.2xl01x j 
— x99,6. y 

7th av, 6 e cor Braxton st, 83x97.10. ) 

Louise A. S. Allen to James Jack. 6,375 

13lh av, w 6, 80.3 s 58th st, 20x100, Bath Junc- 
tion. James V, 8. Woolley to Edward J. 
Greiner. 375 

8th av, n w cor 42U st, runs west 150 x north 
100.2 X east 150 to 8th av, x south 35 x west 
100 X south 50 X east 100 to 8th av, x south 
2.5.2. Joseph Hassell, Mt. Vernon, N. Y., to 
Ira O. Miller. Q C. ICO 

17^h av, e s, 500 s tOth st, 100x193,4 to Bay 16th 
8t, New Utrecht. Archibald Young to An- 
drew J. Murphy. 3,.500 

Brooklyn and Jamaica Pike, n s, 200 w Hopkin- 
son av, runs southwest 33 to centre of said 
road, X easterly along centre of road tons 
Chauncey st, x cast along street to n s of 
pike, X northwest to beginning. City of 
Brooklyn to Isaac Halstead, val. cousid 

Sfme property. La»c Halstead to William 
Ziegler. (^. C. nom 

Flatbush to Flatlands road, s w s, adj A. Hub- 
bard, 2 70-100 acres, Flatlands, sub. to por- 
tion taken for Fiatbush av, jlamec y. S. 

Woolley (0 Anson Squires. ' nom 



Interior lot 73,2 e Rogers av and 157.6 s St. 
Morks av, runs east 92 3 x south 20.2 x north- 
west iM 7. William O. Thompson to Sarah 
wife of Charles E. Frost. 300 

Lots 7.5 and 77 block 17.5, and 11 to 13 and 05 
and 67 block 180 assessment map 22d Ward. 
Release tax sale. Charles J. Holt to Lucy E. 
Stoddard. Q C. nom 

Lot 8 block 170 assessment map 22d Ward. Re- 
lease tax sale. Same to A. D. Clutterbuck. 

nom 

Lot 1 block 160 asse''sment map 23iJ Ward. Re- 
lease tax sale. C. J. Holt to Nathaniel W. 
Burl is. Q, C. nom 

Lot 22 block 35 assessment map 9th Ward. M. 
W. Cole, Registrar Arrears, to James L. 
Sayer. 296 

Lot 21 block 35 assessment map 9th Ward. 
Same to same. 298 

Lot 20 block 35 same map. Same to same. 2! 6 

Lot 18 block 35 same map. Same to same. 296 

Lot 24 block 35 same map. Same to same. [ 296 

Lot 23 block 35 same njap. Same to same. 296 

Lot .56 tilcck 35 same map. Same to same. 296 

Lots 385 to 39;) inclu-ivo, map Reformed Dutch 
Church property. Flatbusb. Trustees Re- 
formed Prot. Dutch Church, Flatbush, to 
Thomas H. Mallon and William J. Kerigan. 

800 

Lot 35 block ."5 assessment map 9th AVard. M. 
»V. Coh', Registrar Arrears, to James L. 
Bayre. 296 

Lot 54 block 35 same map. Same to same. 296 

Lot 17 block 35 same map. Same to same. 296 

ijot 55 bloci: 35 assessment map 9lh Ward. 
Same to same. 296 

Lot 7 block 91 assessm't map 16th Ward. M. 
W. Cole, Registrar Arrears, to Sebastian 
Hob. 366 

Lots 2 to 37 and 49 to 104 inclus and 200, 201, 
246 and 247, Bath Beach. Asa W. Parker and 
Edward Egolf. 40,0C0 

Lots 275, 276, 333, 333 and 3(0 to 3(8 Indus., and 
393 to 399 inclus,, and 358 to 367 and 4(53 to 
466 and 410 to 413 and 448, 428, and 451 to 457 
and 419 to 435 and 443 to 446 and 430 to 437 
and 5 () to 539 and 549 to 573 and 467 to 487 and 
and 496 to .507 and 574 to 607 andfil7to641 
and 617 to 663 and 633 to 728 all inclus,, and 
l.SO, 131, 154 and 155 and 198, Bath Beach. 
Asa W. Parker to Edward Egolf. nom 

New Lots road, n w s, 31.1 n e Birbey st, 31. Ix 
10(i.6i30xl07.2. Albert Sibley to Richard 
Langfnberg. 160 

Road from Gravesend Beach to village, s s, 461.8 
B w of 86th st 3 acres to creek, Gravesend. 
AVilliam A. Rees to John Y. McKaue. B. & 
8. and C. a. G. 500 

All property, ftc, N. Y. & Atlantic R. R. 
Co. J. Archibald Murray to West Brooklyn 
R, R. Co. 40,( 00 

All property real and personal of Grand st. 
Prospect Park and Flatbush R. R. Co. 
Henry C. Deming. N. Y., to Franklin av R. 
R. Co. B. &S. Sub. to mort. $.500,000. 50,000 

Exemplified copy of the last will and testament 
of Julius Wadsworth, doc'd. 



WESTCBESTEE COUJiTT, N. Y. 

June 10 to 28— Ikclusive. 
kastchkstbb. 

Speidell, Chas. P., to Mary L. Goldbeck, lot 
No. 114 on s s North st, 50x1(0. $3,250 

Rosknecht, Joseph C, to Jas. L. Reynolds, 
north 1^ lot No. 343 on w s 4th av, .50x105. 3,000 

Wfithen, Ernest J., to Chas. Speidell, lot No. 
117 onus North st, 50x10). 750 

Morton, Wm. H,, to Sam'l A. Swart, lot on 
road leading north from Eastchester Villace, 
adj Aaron Hunt, 7 acres. 12,500 

Archer, Wm. H., to Lena Doell, lot No. 116 on 
w s 9th av, 50x100. 3,.500 

Davis, Franklin T., to Maria T. , north Ji lot 
No. 168 on w B 2d av, 50xU)5. 1,.550 

Darling, Alfred B., aud Chas. Crary, to Jos. 
Mager, Jr., lot No. 65 on s e cor Cottage an<l 
Sidney avB, Chester Hill. 1,800 

Klenke, John, to Chas. C. Clausen, lots No. 
1058 on East 10th av, 100x105. 75 

Clausen, Chas, C, to Herman Clausen, same. 50 

Clausen, Isabella, to Nicholas Hoffman, same. G 

Same to same, lots Nos. 333 and 323 on s w s 
Beekerav, 100x100. 300 

Darling, Alfred B., and Chas. Crary to Louisa 
S. Bell, lot No. 67 on n e oor Prospect and 
Archer avs. 1 ,750 

Same to Roderick Hogan, lot on n w cor Cot- 
tage and Sidney avs. 3,200 

Paskett, Thomas, to Wm. J. Paskett, lots Nos. 
79 and 86 on n s Valentine st, 100x100, Cen- 
tral Mt. Vernon. 1 

Johnson, Mortimer L., and Emma M. Evens to 
Nellie Euphrat, lot No. 323 on w s 41h st, 100 
xl05. 4,500 

Colwell, Anna M. , to Aaron H. Burlingham, 
lot on n w cor Summit and Prospect avs. 1 

Deane, Susan F. , to Noiroau A. Lawlor, lot No. 
138 on e s 2d av, 100x10,5. 1,.500 

Perry, George R. , to Cbas. R. Ford, lot No. 
776 on e s 9lh av, 11)0x10.5. 5,000 

Glover, Frank N , to Morton B. Doremus, let 
No. 727 on w s Sth av, 100 feet from South 5th 
St. 1 

De Bevoise, Sara J., to Geo. R. Perry. Same 
property. 4,500 

Burnett, Henry L. , to Wm. H. Bard, lots Nos. 
233, 2.39. 338, ,385, 396. and s 3,; No. 278 on 
map of Washingtonville. 7(0 

Cole, Albert J., to Annie L. Sport, lot No. 710 
on e s SI h av, 100x105. !:00 

Martin, Edw.. to Maria 8. Simpson, lot No. 
678 ou e 8 Sth av, 100x105. l,20Q 



90f5 



The Record and Guide. 



July 3, 1887 



Darling, Alfred B., and Chas. Crary to Fannie 
L Neels , part lot No. 71 on w s Glen av, 63x 

H)9J2'- *•"" 

Brovrn, Chas. P., to Margaret Eder, lot No. -^8 

on n 8 Greenwich st. 50 

Reed. Alfaretta. et al., by P. B. Olney, referee, 
to Valentine Kaminsbi, lot No. 21.5 nn n s 5th 
av, 1(10x114. ^"5 

Eder, Margaret and Harry, to Wanhope Lynn, 
lot No. 28 on n s Greenwich et, 333 ft 3 in e 
Howard st. 500 

MAMABONECK. 

Larchmont Manor Co. to Wm. A. Boyd, lot on 
n w cor Woodbine and Larchmont avs. a,971 

Rushmore, Eliza V. and Thomas L , to Wm. H. 
Carpenter, lot on n e Union av, adj grantee. 10 

NEW ROCHELLK. 

Iselin, Adrian, Jr., to Annie L. Howard, lot 
No. 28 on n e s Meadow Lane. 797 

Emmett. Richard S., to Joseph Lambden. lots 
Nos. 34, 3"), 36 and .37 on s w s Cedar st, 368 n 
w Post road. 'A^OO 

Linkert, Rosalie, to Jos. Lambden. lot on n e s 
Centre st. adj C. H. Woodworth. 500 

Lambden, Joseph, to Chas. C. Van Benschoten, 
same property. '*0 

Iselin, Adrian, Jr., to Robert McKinlay Power, 
lot No. 144 on 8 s Linden pi. 1 ,069 

Burke, Sarah, and Peter J., to Henry W. 
Taft, lots Nos. 9 and 10 on e s Harrison st, 
adj 8 New Haven R. R. 3,700 

Lambden, Martha L and Joseph, to Jos. L. Hey- 
man, lot 160 ft. from east cor Centre av and 
Le Roy st, adj Geo. Ferguson. 1 ,000 

Lambden, Joseph, to Chas. C. Van Benschoten, 
lots Nos. 34, 35 and 36 on B w s Centre st, 308 
feet n w Post road. 1,875 

Hudson, Ale-t. B., to James A. S. Grigg, lut 
No. 36 on n e s Cliff st. ^ 3,500 

Manhattan Life Insurance Co. to Jas. F. Tot- 
man, lot No. 2 in block D on North Winyah 
av, 100 e Beaufort pi. 1.500 

Branagan, 8usan, to .lohu Day, lot on n s Bay- 
ard st, 500 ft from Wnyman av. 300 

Parker, Michael, to l.Miry W. Taft. lot No. 8 
on n e s Harrison st, 450 n w Post road. 6,000 

Iselin, Adrian, Jr., to Jas. T. Pettus, lot No. 122 
on n s Elm st. 3,465 

Same to Michael Parker, lots Nos. 7, 8, 9, 10 
and 11 on n s Huguenot st, adj New Haven 
Railroad. 2,.500 

Same to Bridget Parker, lots Nos. 23. 24 and 25 
on n s of a new st, 60 ft wide and adj New 
Haven Railroad. 1,200 

Same to Anna M. Sands, lots Nos. 104 and I'lfi 
on s w s Woodland av, 188 s Main St. 2,738 

Disbrow, iSusan W., to Martha L. Lambden, 
lot No. 24 on w s North st, 208 11-20 ft n Win- 
yah av. 1,025 

Huniingdon, Lawrence D., et al., exrs. Henry 
L. Dean, to Wilson M. Reynolds, lots Nos. 2 
and 3 on n s Huguenot st. 1,700 



Black, Mary G. W. and Robert C, to Kate W. 
Moore lots Nos. 47. 48 and 49 on w s Highland 
av, adj Euretta Valentine. 1,600 

King, Elizabeth R, R., exr. of, to Susy E. 
Wood, lots 192, 193 and 194 on map on n s 
Beach st of King estate. 750 

WESTOHESTBB. 

McLoughlln, Michael, to John Sullivan, lot No. 

188 on s s 9th st, i05x216. 1,250 

Heilman, Elizabeth, to Town of Westchester, 

Ion No. 13 on w s White Plains road,. 50x101). 800 
Perry, Geo. R , to David McKelsey, lot No. ISi 

on n s 3d av, at junction with East 5th st. 376 
Same to Hugh Miller, lot No. 181 on s s 4th av, 

1(1.5x113 5-12. 376 

Wolfberger, Julius, to Elizabeth Hielman, lot 

No 1134 on w s 2d st, 1(10x114. 1,000 

Van Riper, James H.. to Daniel Owen, lot No. 

1110 on w s 2ii st, 109 5 12x105. 325 

Dunuett, Harriett and Thomas, to John H. 

Wellwood, li.ts Nos. 689, 69(i, 730 and 731, 

gores 96 nnd 97 on 8 6 cor 5th av and 3d tt. 4,590 
Same to Elizabeth J. Wellwood, lot No. 731 and 

gore No. 96 ou e s 3d st, 116 s 4th av. 10 

Bell, Ann T., to Marian F. Shrivington, 6b, 7a 

and 7b on w s Post road, 100.3 n Juliauna st, 

at Williamsbridge. 2,.500 

Shrivinglon, Marian F., to Elizabeth Heilman, 

8ame property. 4,(X)0 

Bowne, Richard M., et al., by John H. Clapp, 

referee, to Mary A. Bowne, lot No. 275 on n 

s llth st, on n:ap of Bowen estate. 800 

Bowne, Richard M., et al, by John H. Clapp, 

ret. , to Mary A. Bowne, lot N >. 18 on map of 

Bowne estate on s w s Dock st. 125 

Same to same, lot No. 17, adj. 150 

rauie to same, lot No. 8 on same map on n w 

cor Thomas st. 1,300 

WHITE PLAINS. 

Tibbits, Margaret A., to Susan Downing, lot 
on w s Grand st, 348 n st running from Ma- 
maroneck av to Grove St. 400 

Buckhout, JohQ F.. to James Murray, lot on w 
8 Madisun av, adj Harlem R. U. 600 

Tibbits, Margaret A., to Edwin R. Hopkins,^ 
lot ou w s Grove st, adj A. Nicolas. 275 

YONKEKS. 

Palmer, Joseph H., to Wm. Schwageruiann, 
lot on n s Palmer av, adj J. aud G. Hteivart. 

6 

Dowd, Johannah T., to Ellen Fitzgerald, lot on 
s e s Nepptrhan av, adj John H. Myers. 7,000 

Feguu. Henry J. aud Hugh, to John Carey, lot 
No. 11 ou n wcor Suuiinit andKegan sts. 900 

Flagg, Julia B , et al., exrs. of Ethan Flagg. to 
Tuoraas Adam, lot on u e oor Aah and Oak 
n|», 6,000 



Mott, Wm. R. . to Patrick Kelly, lot on w s 
Orchard st. 29 n Lnke av. 750 

Kelly, Patrick, to Eliza A. Underbill, lot on 
w s Orchard st, 29 n Lake av. 765 

Silkraan, Theodore H, to Lina Secbmann, lot 
on n w cor of Ashburton and Nepperhan 
avs. 6,600 

Radford, Thomas W., to Nellie R. Smith, lot 
on s s Ashburton av, adj Thomas Wigley. 5,800 

Thompson, Adelaide E., to Henry B. Acker, 
plot No. 16 on e s Woodworth av, 25.2 n 
Wells av. 8,000 

Bohlmann, Sophia, to Frederick and William 
Bohlmann, lots Nos. 25 and 27 on w s Clinton 
st, 73 8 Prospect st. 2,400 

Curtis Abijah, to Caroline C. Johnson, lot on 
n s Highs', 600 w Vineyard av. 4,(i00 

Ackerman. John W., to Geo. Vanderberg and 
Stephen T. Bell, lot on e s Riverdale av, 27 ft. 
2 in. s Post St. 1,600 

Underbill, Eliza A. and Edward, to Benj. W. 
Stilwell, lot bet lands of grantor and Benj 
W. Stilwell, 21 ft. 6 in. w from land of Peter 
J. Elting and adj grantee. 25 

Pendergast, Nellie and James, to Mary A. Caul- 
field, }^ int. in lots Nos. 16 and 18 on s s Ir- 
ving pi, .50x100. 3,000 

Mott, W m. R. , to Ed w. H. Garrison, lot on e s 
Highland av, adj R. G. Jackson. 3,.5C0 

Foerst, Johu, to , lot on e s New 

Main st. adj Ethan Flagg. 1 

Roth, Otto, to Katharine Roth, lot No. 1 on e s 
Orchard st, also No. 155 on n s Centre st. 700 



MORTGAGES. 



NoTS.— TTie arrangement of this list is as follows: 
The first name is that of the mortgagor, the next that 
of theniortgagee. The description of the property then 
follotos, then the date of the mortgage, the time for 
which it roas given, and the amount. TJie general 
dates lised as headings are the d<ites when the mort- 
gage was handed into the Register's office to be re 
corded. 

Whenever the letters " P. if." ocmir, preceded by the 
name of a street, in these lists of mortgages, they mean 
that it is a Purchase Money Mortgage, atid for fuller 
particulars see th*- list of transfers under the c<^rre 
sponding date. Whenever the rate is not given, read 
as & per cent 



NEW TOER CITT. 

JnNE 34, 35, 37, 28, 29, 80. 

Auld, Thomas, to The New York Lumber and 
Wood Working Co. 94th st, n s, 259 w Cen- 
tral Park West, 16x1011.8. June 2:5, 1 year. *3(i5 

Acton, Thomas C , to The Seamen's Bank for 
Savings, New York. Broadway, ws, 71.7 n 
46th st, 23. 11x77. 7x23. .3x83. 3. June 35, 3 
years, 4 %. 12,000 

Andrews, Wallace C, to Charles E. Appleby, 
Glen Cove. 12th av. P. M. May 24, due 
June 24, 189», 5 %. 60,000 

Angell, Gnorge C, to Rouben Ross. 62d st, s s, 
300 e llth av, 100x100.5. June 28, 6 months 
or soonpr. 32.000 

Same to same. Same property. P. M. June 
28, 6 months. 3^,000 

Autenrieth, Henry G. , to Charles A. Stadler. 
St. Anns av. P. M. Juno 22, due June 27, 
1890, 5 <{ 1,360 

Arnheim. Marks, to The Seamen's Bank for 
Sayinos, City New York. Bowery, Eliza 
beth St. P. M. June 27, 1 year, 4 J. 20,000 

Atfield, Catharine, Ellen C. and Patrick H., to 
Margaret A. wife of Michael Sweeney. 47th 
St. P. M. May 25, 2 years, 4 %. 4,000 

Alexander, James J., to John W. Haaren. 
8th av and 138th st. P. M. June 30, 3 
years or installs. 10.000 

Askey, John, Astoria, L. I., to John W. Haar- 
en. 1 0.Jth St. P. M. June 30, due June 1 , 
I.S,H8. 9,680 

Bailey, Mary E , to William P. Blanck. 17th 
st,ns, 211.6 w 7th av, 17.2x43.5x17.3x43.9. 
June 28. due July 1, 1892, 5 %. 3,000 

Budd. John J., to The New York Savings 
Bank Bethune st, s s, 131 e West st, 154 x 
south 159.9 X west .59 x south 97.6 to Bank st, 
X west 20.6 X north 117.5 X west 75 x north 
142.10 to beginning. June 30, due Dec. 1, 
1888, 5 %. 35,000 

Bittermao, Isaac, to Marcus A. Frank. 1st 
av. No. 846. P. M. June 30, 3 yrs., 5 %. 12,000 

Bock, Louis C, to John H. H. Dunlak. 3d av 
and 51st st. P. M. June 29, 3 yrs., 5 %. 14,000 

Baker, John O., Newark, N. J., to Isaias 
Meyer. West End av, n w cor 87th st, 25.8 
xlOO; West End av, w s, .50.8n 87th st, .50x 
100. June 8, due June 24, 1888, 5 %. See 
Conveys. 18,000 

Brown, John, Hoboken, N. J., to The Broad- 
way Sa\ings Inst. 106th st, s s, 70 e Man- 
hattan av, 16. 1(ix68..3. April 30, i yr., 5 %. 8,.500 
Braender, Frederick, to Osborn E. Bright and 
auo., trustees Henry I. Wyckoff, dec'd. 83d 
st, n s, 100 e 2d av, 25x102.3. June 29, 5 years, 
5 %. 15,000 

Same to Mary White. 8.3d st, n s, 125 e 2d av, 

2.5xI0i.2 June 29, 5 years, 5 %. 15,000 

Britton, Fiances M. , widow, to Union Dime 
Savings Inst., N. Y. 46th st, s s, 204 w 5ih 
av. 22x100.5. June 28, due July 1, 1892, 
4,1., %. 15,000 

Brown. Rnsa, wife of and Ralph, to The Emi- 
grant Indust. Savings Bank. Greene st. 
P. M. June 29, 1 year. 3(.,()00 

Barbee, Clifford, to Francis M. Smith. 143d 
st, n s, 100 w Convent av, 25x99.11. June 27, 
1 year. 2,200 

Bates, Hester, to The Philadelphia Savings 
Fdnd society, fith av, No. .57, s w cor West 
Washington pi (Nob. 102 and 104», 23.7x80. 
June 28, 5 years, 4>«' ^, U0,000 



Beebe, Marshall S., to Charles A. Stadler. 
156th St. P. M. June 22, due June 37, 1890. 
5 % 615 

Bloomberg, Minnie, wife of Caspar, to David 
Bloch. Orchard .st, n a. 125 w Madison av. P. 
M. June 25, 3 years, 5 %. 2,500 

Same to Simon Danzig. Same property. Sub. 
to mort. $2,500. June 25. 3 years, 5 *. 1,000 

Boehme, Christjpher, to Abraham C. Quacben- 
bush. Av A. n w cor 1st st, 75x2(10 txi Ber- 
rian av, x75x300.9. June 24, due July I, 
1889. 1,000 

Bradley. Anna M.. wife of and William E. C, 
to The Harlem Savings Bank. 138th st, n 
s, 289 e WiUis av, 50x100. June 25, 1 year. 
5 %. 8,000 

Brandt, William H., and Genofeva Schrank to 
Andreas Michel. 6th st, s s, 250 e 1st av, 25x 
97. June 27, installs, 5 %. 8,t)00 

Brandt, William H.,and Katharina his wife, to 
Henrv Ott. 4th st, n s, 112.11 e 1st av, 35x 
96 2 Lease. July 2.5, due July 1, 1892, 5 %. 4,000 

Byrne, John, to Jacob Ruppert. 7th av, w s, 
50.5 n 56th st, 25x78. June 28, 1 year. 
5 i. 8,000 

Barnes, William J., to William S. Brown, exr. 
Harriet Bates. Main st to West Farms, lots 
9, 10 and 11 map Harriet Bates. P. M. June 
9, due June 1, 1890, 5 %. 450 

Same to same. West Farms road, sea, .533.7 n 
e Lyon st. P. M. June 9, due June 1, 1890, 
5!!;. 725 

Bennett Charles, to William W. Wister, Jr., 
Philadelphia, Pa. Av B, n w cor 12th st, 18.4 
x60. June 24. 5 years. 5 %. 9 OOO 

Biniberg, Morris and Meyer R., to (Samuel 
Robert. 15th st, s s, 14 i e Irving pi, 13.6x84. 
Lease. June 23. notes. 1,000 

Bogan, Sarah, to James Green. Grove st, n 8, 
100 w Prospect av, 25x107.10x2.5x109. June 
30, 3 years. 1,000 

Bones, John H., to Jane A. Kelly, Jersey City. 
Franklin av, n w s, 192.8 n e Woodruff av, 25 
xl(i8.9. June 24, 3 years. 1,000 

Bouton, Charles A., to The Mayor, &c , New 

. York. 95th st, n s, 100 w 9th av, 50x100 8. 
June 6, due June 5, 1892. 8,040 

Bouton, Charles A., to William J. Merritt. 95th 
St. P. M. June 6, demand 6,360 

Christensen, Rasmus, and Hilda his wife, to 
William Bertsche. 78th st. No. 447 E. P. 
M. June 30, 2 years, 6%. 800 

Cogswell, Laura V., to John S. Williamson, 
Brooklyn, 45th st, s's. l.SOJw 6lh av, 30x100.4. 
June 3". due Feb. 1, 1888. 3.O0O 

Carroll, Daniel, to Josephine M. Brown. An- 
drews pi, n w cor Central av, 175x100; An- 
drews pi, n e cor Grand av, 100x100. June 
24, 3 years, 5 %. ^,500 

Collins, Bridget A., to Karoline Kahn. 31st 
St. P. M. June 30, due July 1, 1892, 5 <6. 7 000 

Ceragioli, Catherine, widow, to Theodore D. 
Dimon, Brooklyn. William st, n w s, at in- 
tersection with New York and Brooklyn or 
East River Bridge, runs northeast 17 x west 
78 to North William st, x south 4 to Bridge 
property, x southeast — to beginning, being 
No. 215 William st and No 12 North William 
St. June33, due Jan. 1. 1889. .500 

Colcord, Alice B. , wife of and Samuel, to Alex- 
ander Brown, Philadelphia, Pa. Slst st. P. 
M. June 24, 1 year, 5 i. 50.000 

Cohen, George, to The Citizen's Savings 
Bank. Essex at. No. 44, e s, 126.2 s Grand st, 
35x100.2x25.5x100.1. P. M. June 28, 1 year, 
5 %. gold, 16.000 

Cree, Eugene H , to Charles A. Stadler. St. 
Anns av. P. M. June 22, due June 27, 1890, 
b%- 4,n80 

Cruik.shank, Fdwin A.. Brooklyn, to The 
Rowery- Savings Bank. .3d av, w s, 25.11 s 
9Sth st, 35x100. June 28, 5 years, 4>^ %. See 
Conveys. 16,000 

Criminins, John D., mortgagor, with Leonor 
De Bauduy, mortgagor. Extension of mort- 
gage at reduced interest. May 10. nom 

Drevfus, Julius, to The Dry Dock Savings 
Inst. 81st st, s s, 34ii e Madison av. 20xli'2.2. 
P. M. June 39, due July 1, 1883, 4'^ %. 12 000 

Davison, Sophia, to Eliza M. wife of Nathaniel 
P. Bailev. 42d st. No. 20, s s, lOH w Madison 
av, 22x98 9. June 27, due May 1, 1890, 4%. 
Secures debt of mortgagor and Andrew H. 
Smith. •25,(100 

Davies, David T., to George N. Manchester. 
12(lth st, n s, 1.50 w 4th av, 1011x100.11. Sub. 
to mort. $60,0. 0. Secures price of building 
materials. June 23, due Dec. 31, 1S87. 5,000 

Darragh, Sarah, wife of and Thomas, to The 
New York Life Ins. Co. 131st st, n s, 160 w 
12th av, 5 lots, each 15x99.11. 5 morts., each 
18,000. June 20, 3 years. 40.000 

de Leyer. Margaretta. widow, to The Institu- 
tion FOR Savings of Merchants' Clerks. 
36th St. u B, .52.10 e 3d av, 47.1x98.9. June 27. 
due Aug. 15, 1892, 4}., i. 11,000 

Dodge, Edmund, to Johu S. McWilliam. 83d 
st, 8 s, 40 w \Fest End av. P. M. April 30, 
1 year. 3,500 

Same to .same. 83d st, b s, CD w West End av. 
P. M. April 30, 1 year. 3,500 

Dunker, John P., to Newman Cowen. 8th av, 
s e cor 147tb st, runs south 74.11 x east 100 x 
south 25 X east 25 x north 99. 1 1 to st, x west 
135. June 27, due July 1, 18S7. 38,500 

Same to George Cowen. 8th av. e s, 25.1 s 147th 
St. — xl00x49.10xl00. June 28, due July 1. 
1887. 3,105 

Same to the Board of the Church Erection Fund 
of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian 
Church. Sth av, e s, 25.1 s 147th st, 2.5.1x100 
x25.2xl00. June 27, due July 1, 1890, 5 %. 15,000 
Same to same. Sth av, e o, 50.3 s 147th st, 24.8 
slOOi June 87, due July 1, 1890, 5 %. 16,U00 



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907 



8ame to William H. Rimonson. Sth av, e s, 
40. 11 s 147th St, 25x100. June 28, due July 1, 

1887. 1,341 
Dieter, Jacob, to Heniiette wife of Jacob 

Bauer. KM st. P. M. June 2.5, 1 year, 5 %. 3,(M)0 

Danzig, Jeannie, wife of Abraham A , to David 
Bloch. Morris av. P. M. June 17, 3 years, 

■ 5^. 3.500 

Dean, George W. ami Estelle, his wife, to The 
United .States Life Ins. Co., New York. 
West 3d st, s e cor bth av, 20x50. June 3i, 5 
years, 5 f,. 18,000 

Diefendorf, Julia, wife of and Menzo, to D. 
Willis James. Bettners lane. P. M. June 
23, due June 24, 189i), or sooner, 5 ^. 

gold, 20,000 

Dusenberry, Lizzie,|wife of and Haviland D., to 
Belinda Roberts. Delancey st, n s, 27.8 e 
Lewis st, 2.5x10(1. June 23, 2 years. 1,000 

Eggers, George W., to Elizabeth H. Theall, 
extrx Richard Theall. IflOth st, n s. 199 6 w 
Sth av, 25xl(Kl.ll. June 3(1, Syears, 5 %. 13,000 

Same to Julia S. Bryant, Roslyn, L. I. 100th 
8t, n 8, 249 6 w Sth av, 25.exl00. U. June 3(1, 
3 years, 5 <6. 12 000 

Same to same. lOOth st, n s, 224.6 w Sth av, 
2.5x100.11. June 30, 3 years, 5 ^. 12,000 

Farley, John T., mortgagor, with church at 
Harsenville, &c., mortgagee. Agreement as 
to reducing mortgage and releasing part of 
mortgaged premises. June 27. uom 

Fedeigreen, Nathan, Monticello, N. Y. , to Em- 
ma D. Van Vleck and ano., trustees Patrick 
Dickie, dec'd. Cbrystie st. P. M. June 27, 
due June «9, 189i, 4>< 4. 14,000 

Fitzgerald, Thomas, to Catharine I. Ireland, 
, Boston, Mass. 74th st. F. M. June 30, 3 
years, 5 «. 6.000 

Fairbrofher, Letitia, wife of Charles M., to 
The Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank. 
119th St. P.M. June 24, 1 year. 2,000 

Farrell, John, to Edmund 8. Bailey. 11th a v 
and 72d st. P. M. June 17, 3 years or 
sooner, 5 $. 35,000 

Fiske, Charles J., to Sarah A. Loughran. 97th 
st, n s, 100 e 9th av, 35x100.11. June 20, de- 
mand. 2,200 

Franklin, Morris, to Alexander B. Crane, exr. 
and trustee Johu W. Mitchell. Stanton st. P. 
M. June 20, 3 years or sooner, 5 ^. 10,000 

Foote, George F. , Marlborough, N. Y , to Ste- 
phen A. Walker. .^Oth st, s s, 157.6 e Sth av, 
20x98.9. Juue23, 1 year. 3,(i00 

Same to Francis J. Worcester. Same property. 
June 27, 1 year, 5^. 1,400 

Ford, Francis W., Deniarest, N. J., and Mary C. 
wife of and Jacob H. Hoffman to The Equit- 
able Life Assur Soo. 2d av, s w cor 119th 
St. runs south 121.10 X west 90 x north 20.11 
X west 20 X north 100 11 to st, x east 1 10 to be- 
ginning. Already mortgaged to party of 
second part for $80,000. June 27, due Jan. 1, 
1889. 10,000 

Fransioli, Augustus C, Brooklyn, to Frederick 
Hornby. 151st st, s s, 4( e 10th av. P. M 
J une 27, 1 year or installs, 5 %. 16,000 

Same to samp. 151st st, s s. 15(1 e 10th av. P. 
M. June 27, 1 year or installs, 5 % 19,250 

Freitag, Peter, and .'\nna his wife, to The Emi- 
grant INDUST. Savings Bank, New York. 
Av A, No. 1627, w 8, 51.8 a Siith st, 2.5x15.9. 
June 27, 1 year. 8,000 

Freund, Philipp, to August Klieves. 2d av. P. 
M. June 1 , 5 years, 5 4. 8,000 

Frey, Joseph, to Agues W. wife of Newbold 
Edgar. Pitt st. P. M. June 24, due July 1, 
189U, 4}.; 1. 15.000 

Feder, Joseph, Paterson, N. J., to The Bank 
FOR Savings, N. Y. 23d st, n s, lOU e 9th av, 
37.6x98.9. June 29, 3 years, ^}i'S. 15,(KI0 

Grimm, Christian F. and Caroline C. his wife, 
to Lottie L. wife of Harvey N. Dean. 122d 
St. P. M. June 3, due June 15, 1888, 5 i. 2,0U0 

Gerber, Moritz, to Jacob Peth. 2d av. P. M. 
June 29. due July 1, 1889, 5 ^. 2,(j00 

Gross. Jacob, to Laura C. Crane, Soarsdtle, N. 
Y. Broome st. No. 236, n s, 21.10x;0(j. Al- 
ready mortgaged to party of second part for 
»12,0U0. June 28, 1 year. 1,000 

Gootman, Ignatz, to Elias Schalkenstein. 3d 
st, s s, 20 w Goerck st, 20x56.9x20x54. June 
27, due June 23, 1M89, 5 %. 500 

Gray, John H.. to Julia Hhinelander. 88th st. 
P. M. June 27, 5 years, 5 % 12,000 

Greenebaum, Moses, to Thomas J. Barry. 3Hth 
St. P. M. June 28, 5 years, 43.^ t. 5,000 

Greenwald, Morris, to Karl M. and Samson 
Wallach. 108th st. P. M. June 28, 1 yr. 1,000 

Guastavino,! Fraucisca A. R., to Felix brown. 
8,'d st, s s, 225 e 10th av, 19x102.2. June 23, 
due July 1 , 1888. 2,.575 

Same to same. S2d st, s s, 344 e 10th av, 18 6x 
102.2. June 23, due July 1, 18S8. 2,575 

Gillie, James B , to Andrew Ewald. 9th av, s 
w cor52d st, 5U 5x80. June 23, due April 9, 

1888. 15,001 
Grinnell, George B., to Anna Cain, extrx. and 

trustee Josiah H. Cain, llth av or Boule- 
vard, e s, 49.11 11 1.56th st, .50x100. June 24, 1 
year, 5 %. 5,000 

Gucker, Henry, to TuE Emigrant Indust. 
Savings Bank 26th st, n s, ki35 e 3d av, 2 ix 
98. June 30, 1 year. 14,0(jO 

Gajnor, Walter E,, to Frederic J. Middle- 
brook, Brooklyn. 6th av, w s, 74 1 s 38th st, 
24.2x60. 2d niort. June 30, installs. 3,(00 

Same to Katharine R. wife of William H. 
Jackson. Same property. June 30, 3 years. 
5 % 22,000 

Hjiuan, Gerson, to Karl Witzel and Julia his 
wife. 10th Bt. P. M. June 30, installs, 
5 % 4,000 

Heidt, Elizabeth, wife of and Henry A., form- 
erly Elter, ietifsy City, tQ The Greenwich 



Savings Bank. Orchard st. No. 189. w s, 
226 n Stanton st, 35x87 6. June 25, due July 
1, 1888. \y^ %. 3,000 

Hiisted, Sabina E., wifeof Peter v., to Simon 
Herman and Hyman Israel. Bowery, n wcor 
Bayard st, runs north 26 x west 100 x north 49 
X west 51 X south 75 to st, X east 151 to begin- 
ning, being No. .30 Bowery and Nos. 46 and 48 
Bayard st. June 39, demand. Collateral to 
negotiable instruments. 5,000 

Hamilton, Robert R., to Frederick Prime. Sth 
av, w s, S4.9 8 30th st, 21x70. June 30, 1 year, 
5 %. ' 13,000 

Hubschmitt, Adam, to The Bank for Savings, 
New York. Av C, s w cor 12th st, 19x67. 
June 30, 1 year, 4>^ %. 8.000 

Hacker, Michael, to Frederick Hacker, Belle- 
ville, 111. 38th st, s s, 260 w 9th av, 3.5x98.9. 
Sub. to mort. June 21, 2 years. 5,500 

Hallock, John Y., to The Mutual Life Ins 
Co., New York. St. Anns av, w s, extends 
from 135th st to 136th st. 200x12.5. June 23, 
due June 1, 1888. 7.(00 

Same to same. 136tb st, s s, 135 e St. Anns av. 
200x100; 13.5th st, n s, 125 e St. Anns av, 2(0 
xlOO. June 23, due June 1, l*-88. 8,000 

Hallock, John Y., to Eugene Kelly. 135th st, 
ns, 125e St. Anns av, 2ii0xl00; 136ih st, s s, 
125 e St. Anns av, 200x100. June 27, 1 year. 

19,000 

Harriott, Ellen M., wife of and Smith, Cherry 
Valley, N. Y., toGeorge T. Jackson. Worth 
st, n s, 124.10 w Baxter st, runs north 40.9 x 
south 33.7 to Worth st, x east 23 to beginning. 
June 14, due June 20, 1892. 3,000 

Hooley, Richard M., to Jennett Burchell. Lex- 
ington av, w s, 60.5 n .57th st, 32.10x100. June 
22, due July 1, 1888, or sooner. 6,0U0 

Haberman, Simon, to George P. Simpson, trus- 
tee Thomas Simpson, decM. 63d ; t, n e cor 
10th av, 2.5x7.5. June 28, due July 1, 1890, 51 

25,(]00 

Same to same. 63d st, n s, 25 e 10th av, 3 lots, 
each 85x75. 2 morts , each $12,.5(jO. June 28. 
due July 1, 1890, 5 %. 35,000 

Hahn, Charles, to Randolph Guggenheimer. 
53d st, n s, 120 w Lexington av, 30x100.5. 
June 28, 3 years, 5 t. 7,500 

Hall, Jeanette, wife of Samuel J., to Rebecca 
De F. Lyon. 144th st. P. M. June 27, 3 
years, or sooner, 5 f,. 17,000 

Hasell, Mary M., wife of L Cruger Hassell 
formerly Jones, to Edwin A. Cruikshank, 
Brooklyn. Chambers st. No. 123, and 53 
Warren st, begins Warren st, n s, 12.5.1 e 
College pi, 25x17.5.10 to Chambers st. All 
title. June 25, 3 years. 2,000 

Heii.ie, Hinrich, to Charles A. Stadler. Trin- 
ity av. P. M. June 23, due June 27, 1890. 
5 %. 405 

Hill, William W., to Charles A. Stadler. Trin- 
ity ar. P. M. June 22, due June 27, 1890, 
5 %. 336 

Houghton, Frank R., to Amanda E. Hewitt. 
9th av, s w cor 72d st, 102.2x100. June 27, 6 
months. 6, .500 

Huerstel, Edmond, toCharles A. Stadler. Eagle 
and Caldwell avs. P. M. June 22, due June 
27, 1 890, 5 %. 7,000 

Same to same. 156th st and Trinity av. June 
22, due June 27, 1890, 5 %. 2,60) 

Husted, Sabina E., wife of Peter V., to Hyman 
Israel and Simon Herman. Bowery, n w cor 
Bayard st, 26x100. June 20, demand. 5,000 

Haaren, John W., to Mayor, &c. , New York. 
9-ith st, n s, 1110 w 9th av, 50x100.11. June 6, 
dueJuneS, 1892. 8,5(0 

Same to same. 105th st, n s, 415.5 e 10th av, 
m. 10x134. 10. June 6, due June 5, 1S92. 8 .520 

Same to same. 103d st, s s, 100 w 9th av, 50x 
10 ). 1 1. June 6, due June 5, 1892. 7,230 

Hanseom, Cathaiine L. , widow and devisoe of 
Albert Hanseom, to The East River 
Savings Inst. 1 25th st, n s, 3.5U e Sth av, .50 
x99.ll. June 25, 3 yeais, 5 if. 32.010 

Holly, John 1 , to David M. Kellogg Beaver 
st. No. 9, n w cor New st, 30.3x1 l(>.6x48.4 in 
two courses, X103.8. Lease. June 28, in- 
stalls. 17,500 

Husted, Sabina E., wife of Peter V., to Charles 
Breuneman. Bowery, No. 30, n w cor Bay- 
ard st, 26x100; Bayard st, Nos, 46 and 48, u s, 
100 w Bowery, 51x7.5. Substituted mort. 
June 23, demand. 2,732 

Same to Caleb D. Gildersleeve. Same property. 
P. M. June 2:l, due July 1, 1888. 5,250 

Same to Louise T. Kneeland, extrx. and trus- 
tee Charles Kneeland. Same property. June 
29, 3 >ears. 71,.50O 

Same to same. Same propert". June 39, 3 
years. 14,000 

Jones, Walter M., to Francis M. Jencks. 94th 
St. P. M. June 28, 1 year or sooner. 7.535 

Jones, Mary 4., wife of and Joseph D , Syra- 
cuse, N. Y., to The Bowery Nat Bank. 
Vanderbiltav, se cor, lS2d st, 10')xl50; 122dst, 
s s, 112.6 e 4th av, 37.6x100. 11. June 20, 
notes. 1,517 

Klein, Harris, to Lena Laue. Madison st. P. 
M. June 30, 5 years, 5 %. 1,000 

Kingsbury, Charles D., to Helen M. Craighead. 
Evelyn pi. P.M. June 27, 3 years, 5 J. 750 

Kasner, Bernard, to The Obeknwicii Savings 
Bank. East Broadway, No. 135, s s, 185.7 e 
Pike st, 25x75. June 22, due July 1, 1892, 
4K %■ ll.tJOO 

Kehoe. John, to John W. Haaren. Sth av and 
127th St. P. M. June 30, installs. 10,000 

Same to same. 127th st, n 8, 84 w Sth av. P. 
M. June 30, installs. 5,000 

Same to same. Sth av, w s, 25 n 127th St. P. 
M. June 30, installs. 5,500 

Kaeppel, Charles, to Dobson Postill, Baltimore, 



Md. 2d av and High Bridge st. P. M. June 

29, 5 years or sooner. 1,300 
Kuhn, Otto, to Jacob Pries. 3d st. P. M. June 

30, due June 1, 1888, or sooner, 5 %. 8,300 
Kilpatrick, Walter F"., to Oswald Ottendorfer 

et al., trustees Anna Ottendorfer, dec'd. 
120th st, n s, 100 w New av. west of Mt. Mor- 
ris sq, 4 lots. 4 P. M. morts., each *8,0(0. 
Feb. 1, 3 years, 5 %. 32,000 

Same to same. 121st st, s s, 100 w New av west 
of Mt Morris sq. 4 lots. 4 P. M. morts. , each 
tS,000. Feb. 1, 3 years, 5 %. 32,000 

Same to same. New av west Mt. Morris sq. w 
s. 2.5. 11 n 130th st, 3 lots. 3 P. M. morts., each 
i»10,000. Feb. 1, 3 years, 5^. 30,(00 

Sametosame. New av. w s, 35.1) s 121stst. 3 
lots. 3 P. M. morts., each *IO,O0O. Feb. 1, 3 
years, 5 %. 30,000 

Same to same. New av, n w cor 120tb st. P. 
M. Feb. 1, 3 years, 5 %. 13,000 

Sametosame. New av, a w cor 131st st. P. 
M. Feb. 1, 3 years. 5 1 13,000 

Knabe, Maria, to Adaiine D., wife of Henry 
P. Townsend. 3d av, s e s, part lots 9 and 10 
map East Melrose, runs s e 49 to Willis av, x 
north 31 S X northwest 39 to 3d av, x south- 
west 32.8. June 30, 3 years. 5 %. 3, .500 

Kempf, Margaretha, widow, Lena wife of Will- 
iam Hafselberger and Louisa wife of Charles 
Spengler. heirs Charles Kempf, to '1 HE FAR- 
MERS' Loan and Trust Co , trustees for 
Antoinette Cozzens. Kor.«yth st, w s, 75 8 
Rivington st, 35x110. June 27, 3 years, 51 

10,oOO 

Kennedy, Patrick, and Thomas J. Dunn to 
Alexander Brown, Philadelphia, Pa. 9th av, 
n e cor 84th at, 50 8x1(0. June 27, 5 years, 
i\4 % 60.000 

Keese. James, to The Citizen's Savings Bank. 
Fordham av, w s, 108.2 s 1781 h st, 54x110. 
June 22, 1 year, 5 %. gold. 4,000 

Kiernan, Patrick, to The United States 
Trust Co., New York. 3d av, n e cor 62d 
st, 35x7,5 June 34, due July 1, 1892, i}^ %. 19,i 00 

Same to same. 3d av, n w cor 10. 'd st, 49. 3x 
102 6. June 24, due July 1, 1892, 4)4 1 26,000 

Knoeppel, John H., to The Citizen's .-<avings 
Bank 13yth st, n s, lor.S e 3d av, 16 4x100. 
June 24, 1 year, 5 %. gold, 6,500 

Sametosame. J39thst, n s, 180.10 e 3d av. 
16. 10 slOO. June 24, 1 year, 5 1 gold, 6,.5C0 

Same to same. 139th st, n s, 214 e 3d av, 16. lOx 
10(J. June 24, 1 year, 5 %. gold, 6,500 

Kipp, John L., to John L. Kipp et al., exrs. 
Cornelia A. Kipp. Eldridge st, w s, lOi) s 
Stanton st, 75x100. P. M. June 28, due July 
1, 1888. 8,000 

Same to same. Same property. June 28, due 
July 1, 1888. 3,000 

Sametosame. Same property. June 28, due 
July 1, 1888. 7,000 

Same to same Same property. June 28, due 
July 1, 1888. S,000 

Same to same. Same property. June 38, due 
July 1, 1888. 5,000 

Kissam, Jonas B., mortgagee, with Alexander 
B. Johnson. Agreement reducing mort. 
from $25,000 to $10,000. June 3. nom 

Lynch, Minnie A., wife of and William B., to 
Charles W. Dayton. 1 19th st. n s, 351. S e 6th 
av, 16.7x100. 11. June 21, 6 months 1,(X)0 

Lally, Ann, wife of and John, to The Emi- 
grant Indust. Savings Bank. 134th st, n 
s, 173.3 w Willis av, 16.8x100. June 37, 1 
year. 1,800 

Levin, Marks, to John A. Brown, Jr., Philadel- 
phia, Pa Houston st. No. 436, n s, 110.8 e 
Av D, 20 8x105.10. June 28, 5 years, 5 %. 

14,000 

Loughran, Thomas, to Sarah M. Clarke, extr<. 
Coison W. Clarke. 52d st, s s, 70 e 7th av, 30 
xlOO. June 25, 5 years, 5 %. 15.(00 

Loughran, Charles, to John Quinn, exr. and 
trustee Thomas Connell Pordham av, u w 
cor 172d st, 30.5x— x3"xi93. June 27, due 
Jan. 30, 1890, 5 %. 2,000 

Laue, Lena, wife of and Charles, lo George M, 
Miller and ano., trustees Levin R. Marshall, 
dec'd. Madison st. No. 217, n a, 26.1x100. 
June 29, due June 30, 1892, 5 %. 11,C00 

Lowe, James M., to David J. Dean. 6th av. 
P. M. June 34. due June 1.5, 1888. 5,000 

Light, William .J., and Thomas Louther, of 
Light & Louther, to Giraud Foster. B3d st. 
P. M. June 28, due Dec. 29. 1887. 1.000 

Lenihan, Daniel, to The Emigrant Indust. 
Savings Bank Canal st, Nos. 137 and IS9, 
n s, 80.4 e Bowery, 37.2x50 3x34.2x.5o.4. May 

31, 1 year. 10,000 
Mctiuire, Thomas J., to Maria L. Travers, 

extrx. William R. Travers. Kith av. P. M. 

June 30, due July 1, 1890. 5 %. 13,000 

Merritt, William J., to The Equitable Lifb 

AssUH Boc. 73d st, n s, 80 e West End av, 

20x84 4. June 29, due Jan. 1, 1889. 16,000 

Same to same. 73d st. n s, 100 e West End av, 

18x102.2. June 29, due Jan. 1, 1889 13,.500 

Same to same. 73d st, n s. 118 e West End av, 

18x1033. June 29, due Jan. I, 18S9. 13.500 

Same to same. West End av, e s, 24 4 n 73d st, 

3 lots, each 20x80. 3 morts., each $17,000. 

June 39, due Jan. 1, 1889. 5i,(j00 

Same to same. 73d st, u s, 155 e West End av, 

19x102 3 June 29, due Jan. I, 1889. 14,0C0 

Same to same. 73d st, n s, 136 e West End av, 

19xlo2.2. June 29, due Jan. 1, 1889. 14,000 

Same to same. West End av, n e cor 73d at, 

24 4x80. June 29, due Jan. 1, 1889. 30,000 

Same to same. West End av, e s, 84.4 n 73d at, 

20x100. June 29, due Jan. 1, 1889. 18,OuO 

Same to William E. D. Stokes. West End av, 

n e cor 73d st, runs north 104.4 x east 100 x 

south 2.2 X east 74 x south 102.2 to at, x west 

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End av, £6x102.2. Building loan. Sub. to 
morts. S 170,000. June 39, demand. 2>iS,3G0 

Miller, Sarah A., wife of and Isaac M., East 
Orange, N. J., to Anna E. Wright, Newark, 
N. J. 3d st, s F, 80 e 2d av, 20x50. May 31, 1 
year, .5 ^. 3,000 

Maddock, William S., to The Equitable Life 
AssuR. Society. 18th st. V. M. June 28, 
due Jan. 1, 1889. 90,0i,0 

Mayer, David, to The Dry Dock Savings In- 
stitution. 3d av, e s, 302,5 n IBSth st, runs 
east 384 to Pulton av at point 36i north 168th 
st, X south 185 X west 130 x south 2 x west 25 
X north 37 x west 157.6 to av, x north 150 to 
beginning. June SO, due July 1, 1888, 4»^ i. 

40,0C0 

Martin, Florence, by Mary K. Martin, guard., 
and said Mary K. Martin, widow, to Henry 
S. Moore, White Plains, New York, exr. and 
trustee Theron R. Butler. 73d st, s 9, HO w 
Lexington av, 1.5x1(2.3. June 25, 3 years, 5 
?;. 10,000 

Marx, David, to David Blocb. Morris av, e 9, 
150 9 174th St. P. M. June 20, 3 years, 
5 3!. 3.5(0 

Same to Simon Danzig. Same property. P.M. 
Sub. to mort. *i,500. June 20, 3 yr«, 5 %. 2,500 

Mclntjre, Catherine, wife of Charles, to Robert 
M. Courtney. 17lst st, n 9, 150 e 11th av, 25x 
95, June 25, due July 1, 1893, or sooner, 
5 !f. 2,000 

Meggs, Elizabeth E., widow, to Henry de F. 
Weeks, trustee. 139th st, n s, 137,6 e 5th av, 
23.6x99.11. June 23, due July 1, 18S8, 5 % 1,500 

Mercer, William S., to The Citizens' Savings 
Bank. 132d st, n s, 800 e 8th av, 125x1(0.11; 
123d st, 9 s, 300 e 8th av, 125x10 ).ll. June 
23, 1 year. gold, 104.000 

Mermillod, Al| house, to Jacqueline Mermillod. 
166th st, s s, 150 w 10th av, :i5..9A8x25.4xl0S.6. 
Sub. to mort. $1,000. Juue 18, 8 years, 
5 %. 000 

Mitchell, Carrie, wife of and Michael, to The 
Mutual Life Ins. Co., New York. Spring 
st, n s, 20 w Washington st, £0x60. June 24, 
1 year. 10,000 

Moore, Maria J., wife of Hiram, to Sarah 
Hedges. 84th st, s a, 83.4 e West End av, 16.8 
X52.2, June 24, 3 years, 5 %. 7,503 

Same to Frederick P. Forster. West End av, s 
ecor 84th st, 52 2x100; 8th av, n w cor 116th 
st, 100.11x150; 8th av, w s, entends from 114th 
to 115th st, 20J. 10x100; 110th st, s s, 36 8 e 
Madison av, 16.8x100.11. June 23, due July 
1, 1888. 9,700 

Mott, Garrett S., and Hannah A. his wife, to 
Josephine C. Jeuner. 87th st, a s, 110 w Av 
b, 18x60.2x18x60.1. P. M. June 23, installs 

6,000 

Mulgrew, William, to Thomas P. I. Goddard 
et al., trustees John C. Brown, dec'd. 30th st. 
No. 219 W., n s, 25x79.6x35x79. June 23, due 
June 24, 189J, 5 %. 15,000 

Same to same. 20th st. No. 231 W., n 9,25x79 
x25x78.4. June 23, due June 24, 1890, 5 ^. 15,000 

McCabe, Hannah A, wife of and James, to 
Thomas P. I. Goddard et al, , trustees John C. 
Brown, dec'd. B2d st, n 9, 247.10 e 8d av, 
17.10x02.10. June 27, 5 yearg, 5 *, 7,C0D 

McEntee, James D., t) Dore Lyon. 97th st, s 

8, 433.4 e 10th av, 16.8x100.11. P. M. June 

9, 1 year, 5 %. 7,750 
McKenna, Mary C, wife of and James, to Se- 
rena Rhinelander. 95th st, n s, 310 w 8th av. 
17x100.8. June 27, installs., 5 i(. 16,000 

Same to same. 95th st, n s, 827 w 8th av, 18x 
U0 8. June27, install:"., 5^. 16,000 

Same to William R, Stewart and ano., trustees 
Lispenard Stewart, dec'd. 95th st, n i, 275 w 
8th av, 18x100.8. June 27, installs., 5 ^. 16,000 

Same to Julia Rhinelander. 9Sth st, n s, 298 w 
8th av, 17x100.8. June 27, installs., 5 %. 16,000 

Same to George C. Currier. 95th st, n », 375 w 
8th av, 70xlC0.8. Bub. to morts. $64,000. 
June 27, 2 months. 4,000 

Meenan, Joseph F., to The Abbott Brewing Co. 
Av C, No. 196, store lease. June 10, demand. 

400 

Miranda. Adele B,, to Felix Brown. 82d st, s 
s, 263.6 a 10th av, 18.6x103.2. June 23, due 
July 1, 1888. 3,575 

Same to same. 83d st, s s, 381 e 10 Lh av, 19x 
102.2. June33, due July 1,1888. 2,575 

McCoomb, William, and Alexander Moore, 
mortgagors, with William Rankin, mort- 
gagee. Agreement cancelling clause in 
mortgage. June 14. nom 

Meyer, Elizabeth, widow, to John H. Hen- 
shaw, trustee Elizabeth G. Sprague, dec'd. 
2»th st. No. 315, n s, 167 w 7th av, 23x98.9. 
June 38, 3 years, 5 %. 4,8,50 

Mapes, Charles A, , to Lisette Stalp. 131st st. 
No. 55, n s, 347.6 w 4th av, 15xlo0.ll. June 
23, 3 years, 4 %. 4,500 

Niebuhr, William H., to Charles G. Dobb«. 10th 
av, n w cor 93th St. June 28, due Mar. 1, 
1888. Secures debt of mortgagor and Will- 
iam P. Niebuhr. See Conveys. 45,000 

Same to same. Same property. P. M, June 
28, due Mar. 1, 1888. Secures bond of same 
parties. 46,000 

O'tJrien, Elizibeth, wife of James 8,. to Simon 
E. Bernheimer and August Schmid, of Bern- 
heimer & S. 3M st, n s, 335 w lO'.h av, 25s 
93,9; 120th st.ss, 437.6 e Av A, 18.9x100.11. 
All titU'. Juue 38, demand. 3)0 

O'Brien, Michael, to James H. Havens. 85th st, 
n s, 107.9 e 4th av, 25.7x102,2. Sub. to mort». 
$19,000. June 27. Secures surety on admin- 
istration bond. 10,000 

Ogden, Charles D. , to Charles A. Otadler. Lots 
88 and 89 map Charles A. Stadler 23d Ward. 
P. M. June 22, due June 27, 1890, 5 %. 1,650 

Ord, George J,, and Helen M. bis wife, to Agnes 



Op^e, 



8. wife of Robert R. Lawrence. Walton av, 
n e s, 75 s e Orchard st, 75x303.4 to Southern 
Boulevard, x75x204.7. June 24, 3 yrs, 5 %. 2,000 

O'Reilly, Cornelius, to Thomas H. McGraw, 
Poughkeepsie. 58th st. P. M. June 24, 6 
months. 8,0(0 

Osborne, Susannah, wife of Thomas, to George 
C. Currier. 2d av, w s, 75.7 n 102d st, 75x';y. 
Sub. to morts. June 28, 4 months. 10,000 

Orr, George, Henry M. Tostevin and John J. 
Roberts to Jane Miller, Morton st. P. M. 
June29, lyear, 5^. 9,0CO 

Obrock, Charles, to John W. Haaren. 103d St. 
P. M. June 30, installs. 3,000 

e, Ernst W., to Wilhelmina wife of Julius 
^ Hupteld. St. Anns av and 144th st. Sub. 
to mort. $7,( 00. June 30, 3 years or sooner. 
See Conveys. 2,500 

Same to Green Wright, Hartsdale, N. Y., and 
Jackson Wright, White Plains. Same prop- 
erty. P. M. June SO, due July 1, 1893, or 
sooner. 7,000 

Patten William S., to Mary E. Andrews et al., 
trustees Thomas Andrews, dec'd. 47lh st. 
P. M. June 34, 3 years, 4^ %. 10,000 

Paul, John, to Charles A. Stadler. 156th tt. 
P. M. June 22, due Jun» 27, ISKO, 5 %. 1,290 

Perry, George R,, to Charles A. Stadler. 
Trinity av. P. M. June 2i, due June 27, 
1890, 5 *, 1.260 

Same to same, 156th st. P. M. June 23, due 
June 27, 18>.0, 5 %. 795 

Petrle,JR, Maitland, to William McComb. 
49th St. P.M. June 1,1 Tear. ],.500 

Phalen, Michael, and John Mogan, exra. Mar- 
garet Nolan, and Alexander McKenna and 
Delia his wile, legatees Margaret Nolan, to 
Willium Butler. 151st st, s s, 400 e Court- 
land av, ^0xll8.5. June 24, 5 years. 1,125 

Petri, George F., Rosselle, N. J., to James 
Rothschild and Fannie his wife. 73d st. P. 
M. June 30, due June 25, 1889. 1,000 

Pierce, Samuel B., to Charles H. Scofield and 
Anna J. wife of Isaac H. Ford, >a.adi$on, N. 
J. Downing st. P. M. June 30, 3 years or 
sooner, 5 %. 2,100 

Prosnitz, William, to The American Savings 
Bank, 70th st. No. 163, n s, 235 w 3d av, 25x 
100.5. June 9, duD Sept. 1, 1890, 5 % 5,000 

Quick, George H., to Edwin A. Bradley and 
George C. Currier. 83d st. P. M. June 29, 
du» Jan. 25, 1889. 9.?.00 

Quackenbush, Daniel McL,, to George D. Hil- 
yard, exr. Joshua Tomlinaon. 96th St. n s, 
100 w 3d av, 50x100.11. June 38, due July 1, 
18^,5*. 11,500 

Radle, Frederika, widow, to Ambrose K. Ely. 
S6th st, n s, 150 w 11th av, 58x98.9. Sub. to 
mort. $35,(00. June 27, 1 year. 8,000 

Ramsey, James W., to Henry O'Neill. 8th av, 
6 9,74.11 n 141st St. P. M. June 20, due 
Jan. 14, 1883, or sooner. 54,000 

Rosenblum, Louis, to Rebecca Zemansky. 
Henry st, P. M. June 20, due $2,000 July 
1, 1888, without int., and $4,000 July 1, 1897, 
or sooner. 6,( 00 

Rubenstein, Jacob, and Phillip Sammet to The 
Philadelphia Savings Fund Soc. East 
Broadway. P. M. June 27, 5 years, 5 %. 

34,000 

Russell, Mary L., widow, to Joseph L. and 
Alexander Graf. 81st 9t, n 9, 227.1 w 2d av, 
27.1x102.3. June 37, due July 1, 1893. 5 %. 

10,000 

Rehan, Ada, to Jacob Hays et al., exrs. Will- 
iam H. Hays. 116th st. P. M. May 31, due 
June 1, 1890, or sooner, 5 %. 5,000 

RIchman, Rachel, to Morris FrankUn. Stanton 
st, No. 294-298, n 8, 50 w Lewis st, 60x8 '. 
June 20 due D»c. 20, 1888, 6 i. 3,000 

Rosenthal, Balomon, to Charles Dawson, Mt. 
Kisco, N. Y. lit av, -w a, 46.9 s 11th st, 33.9 
X64.2. Jun» 2!L 1 year, 5 %. 3,0C0 

Rogers, George W., to John 8. Loomis, 44th 
st, 9 8, 71 w eth av, 25x100.5. June 28, 3 
months. Sub. to mort. $37,500. 4,975 

Same to William H. Jackson. 83d st, s b. 20 w 
West End av, 20x78.8. June J3, 8 mot. 2,113 

Same to Joseph M. De Veau. Mulberry st, Nos. 
145 and 147, w s, 99.2 s Grand st, runs south 
60.4 X west 98.11 X north 47.8 x east 59.10 and 
with slight bend north 40.3 to beginning. 
June 34, demand. 6,000 

Rankin, John, to MnxuAL Reserve Fund Life 
Assoc. 36th st. No. 339, n i, 336 •9th av, 
14x98.9. June 30, due July 1, 1892, 4U %. 

gold, 8,000 

Same to same. 36th st, No. 841, n s, 311 e9th 
av, 36x98.9. June SO, due July 1, 1893, 4y, %. 

gold, 17,000 

Rommelsbacher, Carl, to Mary 8. Hoe, extrx. 
Richard M. Hoe. Franklin st, ss, 356.7 w 
Broadway. P. M. June 30, due July 1, 1899, 
4H %■ 23,000 

Same to Annie R. Bauerdorf. Same propei ty. 
P. M. June 30, due July 1, 1890. 7,000 

Rochford, John A., to Mary E. Dwyer. 7th a v. 
P. M. May 21, due May 1, 1888, 5 f. 15,000 

Saxe, Simon P. , to Israel Minor, Jr., trustee 
Adelena T. Robert. Waterloo pi, n w s, 203 
n e 175th st, 50x70. June 27, 3 years. 2,000 

Same to same. Waterloo pi, n w s, 177 n e 
175th st, 25x70. June 37, 3 years. 1,300 

Smith, James, to Peter Dohm. 10th av and 
27th St. P. M. June 30, 8 years, 5 %. 15,000 

Schneider, August and Sophia his wife, to John 
W. Haaren. 103d st. P. M. June 30, in- 
stalls. 3.000 

Smith, Albert E., to John W. Haaren. 98th st. 
P. M. June SO, due Jan. 1, 1888. 8,480 

Soule, Lumaii A., to Helen M. Craighead. 
Evelyn pi. P. M. June 27, 3 years, 5 %. 750 

Bussmann, Adolph, to The Emigrant Indust. 
Savihqs Bank. 19th st, s s, 484.5 w 6th av, 



runs south 73.8 x east 3 x south 36.4 x west 
19.4 X north 27.4 x west 3 8 x north 73 to st, 
X east 19.4. June 29, 1 year. 7,500 

Stevenson, David, to Ann Murray. lOlh av 
and 39th st. P. M. June 29, 1 year, 5 %. 13,000 

St Andrews Methodist Episcopal Church to 
William H. Gray. 7l3t st, n s, 325 w 9th av, 
25x1033. P.M. June 33, installs, 5 5!. 6,000 

Schmid, Kate E , to The South Brooklyn Co- 
operative Building and Loan Assoc. Walton 
Bv. P. M. June 23, installs or subscriptions, 
5 %. 5,000 

Sampler, Michael, to The Greenwich Sav- 
ings Bank. 3d av, No. tSl and 8S3, e s, 511.5 
n 53d st, 33.10xitO. June 30, due July 1, 1890. 
4}^ %. 10,000 

Stearn, Berlha, and Esther Foley to John D. 
Karst, Jr. 381 h st. P. M. June 24, due 
Junel, 1888, 5%. 500 

Steinmetz, Elizabeth, wife of and John H., to 
Fannie X. Lanman or Lauman, widow, 
Brooklyn. 85th st, s s, 200 w Sth av, 19x102.3. 
June 24, 3 y€ars, 5 i. 28,000 

Stevenson, David, to Sarah Tregoning. 40th9t. 
P. M. June 24, 5 years, 5 %. S.OOJ 

Sullivan, Susan, wife of and John, to Randolph 
Guggenheimer. 1st av, s w cor 91st st, runs 
south 50 8 X west ICO x south 50 x west .50 x 
n 100.8 to st, X east 150 to beginning. Sub. to 
mort. $30,000, June 20, dueNov. 1, 1887. ],2C0 

Schmitt, Ferdinand, to Louis F. Schwartz, 
guard. Anna C. Schwartz. Stanton st. No. 
179, SB, 35x98.11x35.3x93.9. June 28, installs, 
5%. 10,000 

Schmitt, Jacob, to The Emigrant Indust. 
Savings Bank, N. Y. 60th tt, n s, 155 w 3d 
av. 31,6x100.5. June 35, 1 year. 10,000 

bharpe, William W., to John W. Burnton. 
HTth st, n 8, 350 w 7th a v. P. M. June 27, 
3 years, or installs. 13,500 

Sleight, Harriet E., to Thomas B. Hewitt, 
Brooklyn. 21st st, n s, 387 e 7th av, 19x98.9; 
also Kings Co. property. June 20, 6 mos. 1,417 

Smith, Justus J., to Robinson Gill. 76th st, s 
8, 3' 3,8 e 10th av, 21.4x102.2. June 22, 6 
months. 5,000 

Spaulding, James J., to George T. Davidson. 
83d st, n s. 150 w 8th av, 200x113.3. Bub. to 
morts. $309,003. June 20, Installs. 25,000 

Stadlander, Hfcnry, to Charles A. Stadler. 
Trinity av. P. M. June 22, due June 37, 
1890,5^. 1,215 

Steele, Adam, and Edward R. Costlgan to 
Walter S. Berg, Philadelphia, Pa. 82d st. P. 
M. June 37, 1 year, or sooner. 2,800 

Sturgeon, Margaret, wife of and Thomas B., 
to Mitchel Valentine. 114th 8t, 8 8, 118 w Av 
A, 50x100.10. Jan. 37, due Jan. 1, 1888. 18,000 

Sturgeon, Margaret, wife of and Thomas E,, 
to Thomas O'Connor. 114th st, s s, 143 w 
Pleasant av. P. M. June 15, due July 1, 
18S8, 5 %. 3,000 

Same to same. 114th st, s s, 118 w Pleasant av. 
P. M. June 15, due July 1, 1888, 5 %. 8,C00 

Switzer, Margaret, to The United States 
Trust Co. , New York. 5th av and 38th st. 
P. M. June 37, due July 1. 1888, 4}^ %. 100,(00 

The Rector, &c.. Trinity Church, Morrlsania, 
to Silas D. Gifford, Tuckahoe, N. Y. Street 
laid out by H. P. DeGraaf. P. M. June 15, 
5 years, 5 %. 5,000 

Thompson, William, to John Duer, New 
Brighton, 8. 1. 143d st, u s, 175 w Convent 
av, 75n99.11. June 37, due June 10, 1888. 10,000 

Troger, Robert, to George Ringler & Co. 
South st. No. 70. Lease. June 27, demand. 3,000 

Trueman, Charles, to Charles A. Stadler. 
156th St. P. M. June 22, due June 27, 1890, 
5 %. 1,890 

Same to same. 156th st. P. M. June 22, due 
June 37, 18; 0, 5 *. 810 

The Chelsea to Thomas C. Van Brunt and Will- 
iam C. Spencer, trustees. 23d st, s s, 200 w 
7th av, 175x98.9; 22d st, n s. 33*. 7 w 7th av, 
16.1x98.9, being Nop. 316328 W. 33d stand 
229 W. 22d St. June 14, due June 1, 1897. 
Secures Issue of bonds. 100,( 00 

The Chelsea, mortgagor, with Anna Woerls- 
hoffer, exori. Charles F. Woerishoffer, mort- 
gagee. Extension of mort. at reduced inter- 
est. June 36. nom 

Toussaint, Julius F., to Amanda Bussing. Wal- 
ton av, n s, 335 e Orchard st, runs north 303.1 
to Southern Boulevard, x east 75 x south 150.7 
X east 97.8 to Berrian av, x south 49 9 to Wal- 
ton'av, X west 173.8. June 34, installs. 4,500 

Watkinson, Laura M., to Sarah M. Richards. 
Slth St. P. M. June 25, 3 years or sooner, 
5 i. 5,000 

Wells, Maggie, wife of and Asael J., and Will- 
lam Crockett, of Wells & Crockett, to John 
Dawson and William Archer. 120th st, s'p, 85 
w 6th av, 90x100.11. June 33, notes. 14,250 

Ward, Susan B., widow, to The Bowery Sav- 
ings Bank. Lots beging at high water mark 
Hudson River, adj land of Isaac P. Martin, 
runs east 823.10 x east 874.4 to Kingsbridge 
roaa or Broadway, x south In two courses — x 
west — to Boulevard or Public Drive, x south 
— X west — to river, x north — to beginning, 
contains about 28 7,277 10.000 acres, with lands 
under water, &c. May 25, 1 year, 5 %. 100,( 00 

Werner, John F., to The Emigrant Indust. 
Savings Bank. 30th st, s s, 456 w 2d av, 38 
x93. June 33, 1 year. 3,000 

Westall, Annie E., and Pauline F. and Sophie 
W. Brandt to Robert F. Amend. Renwick 
st, No. 28, e s, 240.6 s Spring st, runs east 33,4 
X north 0, S X east 26.11 x south 21.10 x west 
60.3 to Renwick st, x north 31. June 23, 3 
years, 5 i. 400 

Wills, Charles T., to Charles I. Berg. 83d st. 
P. M. June 27, 1 year or sooner. 3,800 

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Mills P. Baker, Great Neck, L. I. Slst St. P. 

M. May 5. 2 years. 7,(J0a 

Wolf, Pauline, to Joha C. Barth. 49th st, s s, 

343.4 w 10th av. P. M. Sub. to mort. * 14,000. 

June 28, 1 year, 5 ;«. ],O0O 

Same to Merritt Trimble. Same property. P. 

M. June 33, 5 years, 5 *. 14,C09 

Whitney, Victoria, wife of and Charles W., to 

The United States Life lua. Co., N. Y. 

74th 8t, B 8, 160 e Madison av, atxlOaS. 

Already mortgaged to party of second part 

for $14,000. June29, due April 1,1888. 3,000 
Wilson, Carrie A., wife of and Isaac M., to Ma- 

rilla Mackenzie. 12Uth st, a n, 2i'6.8 e 4th av, 

16.8x99.11. June 28, 2 years, 5 %. 2,000 

Wall, FrankUn J., to Abraham Steers. 127th 

st, n 8,241.8 w 6th av, 83.4x99.11. Bub. to 

liens. June 22, 6 months. 5 %, 4,.500 

Washburn, Carrie W. F. , wi'e of and WiUisim 

I., to Julius Dietz, Jr. I'JSth st. No. 237, n s, 

400 e 8th av, 14.6x99.11. June 25, due July 1, 

1888, 43< %. gold, 5,000 

Wolfe, Hanna, to Anna M. Pfarr. 10th av, s 

w cor 83d st, 19. 7x.54. 7x19.7x54.9. K part. 

Kub to life estate of Ana Boylan. June 28, 

July 1, 1889, or sooner, 5 %. 1,250 

Zoller, Katharina, to Sibilla Hotz. Slst St. 

P.M. June30, due July 1, 1890, 5<2. 7,000 



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June 24, 25, ?7, 28, 29. 

Adamson, John, to Francese L. wife of Law- 
rence TurnbuU, Baltimore, Md. 6th av and 
4th St. P. M. June 23, due June 28, 1890, or 
sooner, 5 %. $6,0D0 

game to same. 2d st. P. M. June 23, due 
June 28, 1890, or sooner, 55;. 3,350 

Brennan, John T. , to Richard Wilson. Atlan- 
tic av, n e cor 3d av, 61x80. All title of mort- 
gagor. June 28, due Nov. 1, 1887. 5O0 

Baehliug, Caroline, to Clemens and Philipp 
Wocker, Flatbush, L. I. 4th pi, n s, 7.5 w 
Smith st, 20x100. June 29, due July 1, 1890, 
5 i. 2,000 

Burtis, Nathaniel W., to Matilda Weil et al., 
exrs. Max Weil. Stuyvesant av and Quincy 
St. P. M. June 37, 1 year or sooner. 10,000 

Bussing, Charles F., to Catherine Newschafer. 
Reid av, o 3, 50 s Lafayette av, 2 lots, each 25 
xlOO. 2 morts. , each 43,010. May 27, 2 years, 
5 %. 4,000 

Butler, William, to Patrick H. Flynn. 43d st. 
P. M. June 27, due July 1, 1893, or sooner, 
5 i. 250 

Baker, William, to Jeremiah Mullen. Carlton 
av. P. M. June 25, 5 years, 5 %. 11,500 

Battom, Cornelius, to Bernard Cruse. Van 
Dyke St. P.M. June 1, due June 34, 1890. 500 

Boettner, Janet W. , to John J. Lindsay, Henry 
E. Kimberlyand Richard L. Davison, of John 
J. Lindsay & Co. Adams st, n s, 204.4 w 
Coney Island road, 126x100, Flatbush. June 
30, due July 1, 1887, installs. Secures judg- 
ment. 350 

Brown, Isabella, wife of and William, to Anna 
M. Bennett and auo., exrs. Cornelius Bennett. 
11th st, west cor 7th av, 42.10x137.7x44.3x138. 
June 23, 1 month. 2,500 

Brownell, Asa C. , to Charles E. Appleby et al. , 
trustees Leonard Appleby, dec'd. 3dav, n w 
cor 14th st, 92x100x91x100. June 23, 1 year. 

5,000 

Brush, Henrietta G., wife of and John F., to 
Avery T. Brown and ano. , trustees Caroline 
I. Satchell, dec'd. Lexington av, s s, 165 e 
Franklin av, SOxlCO. June 23, due July 1, 
1892, i X%- 4,500 

Burke, Richard, to Thomas C. Lyman and 
Henry L. Greenman, of T. C. Lyman & Co. 
North 7th st, s w cor Berry st, 25x100. June 

24, 4 months, 5 %. 2,000 
Bushfleld, John C, to Frederick R. Welles, 

trustee William B. Welles, Goshen, N. Y. 
Decatur st, s s, 265 w Throop av, 18.9x100. 
June 20, 2 years. 7,000 

Cannon, Mary H., to Gilbert P. Conklin. How- 
ard av and Marion st. P. M. June 27. 300 

Carlton, Helen N. wife of William J. , to Car- 
lisle Norwood. Lefferts pi, s s, 94.9 e Clason 
av, 18x90. June 24, 5 years, 5 f 3,000 

Carlton, William J., to Carlisle Norwood, Eliz- 
abeth, N. J. LeiTerts pi, s g, 40.9 e Clason 
av, 18x90. June 24. 5 years, 5 f. 4,000 

Collin, N. Park, to George H. Roberts. Van- 
derbUt av, e s, 114 s Fulton st, 36x77.11x27.8x 
79.8. June 22, 1 year, 5 %. 7,000 

Collins, Theresa B. , wife of and Jeremiah J. , to 
Bophie G. Parker, Hempstead, L. I. 6th st, 
8 8, 177.10 e 6th av, 170x100. June 23, de- 
mand. 20,000 

Same to James A. Van Brunt. Same property. 
P. M. June 11, due Oct. 23. 1887. 4,750 

Concannon, Patrick, to William J. Sayres. 
Lafayette av, n w cor Lewis av, 43x80. June 

25, due July 15, 1&87. 1,500 
Crougbin, Mary, to Ann Cash. 45th st, a s, 100 

e 4th av, 20x100.2. June 23, 3 years. 400 

CuUen, Garrett, to James Shevlin. Myrtle av, 
n w cor Prince st, 24.3x100. June 34, due 
Moyl, 1890, 5!{. 4,000 

Gary, Albert T., to The Brooklyn Trust Co. 
Berkeley pi, n s, 340 w 7th av. P. M. June 
l«. due June 24, 188S, 5 %. 8,000 

Bams to same. Berkeley pi, n s, 320 w 7tb a v. 
P. M. June 15, due June 24, 1SS8, 5 %. 8,(i00 

Bame to Francis E. Hagemejer, trustee for AI- 
wina Haeedorn. Berkeley pi, n s, 260 w 7th 
av. P. M. June 15, due June 24, 1885, 5 i. 8,000 

i3ame to same. Berkeley pi, n s, 280 w 7th av. 
P. M. June 15, due June 24, 1885, 5 %. 8,u00 

C!onkling, Jemima A., to James W. McDer- 
mott. Boerum at. w g, 5Xi s Livingston st, 
20x49x20.3x51.10. June 29, due July 1, 1888. 200 



Copley, William, to The Brooklyn Savings 
Bank. Marcy av, n w cor Floyd st, run» 
west 260 X north 100 x east 160 x south 75 x 
east 100 to av, x south 25 to beginning. June 
28, 1 year, 5 %. 15,000 

Crowell, Augustus S., to Harriet E. Sleight. 
Wyckoff st, s e cor Hunterfly road, runs 
southeast 89 X east 3,238.9 x northeast 113 6 
to centre Dean st, x northwest 335 to Hop- 
kinson av, x southwest 142.2 x northwest 770 
to Saratoga av, x southwest 142.2 to Bergen 
st, X northwest 770 to Howard av, x south- 
west 110 x northwest 185 X southwest 53.7 X 
northwest 793 x southwest 163.9 to centre 
WyckofT st, X northwest — to Hunterfly road, 
X southeast — to beginning. 4-15 part. June 
20, 6 months. 874 

De Vanny, Margaret A., widow, to The Emi- 
grant Indust. Savings Bank. Raymond st, 
w 8, 248.4 n Fulton av, 19.11x100.0. June 
27. 1 year. 3,000 

Devlin, John, to Julia B. Woodford, extrx and 
trustee Walter O. Woodford. Paoiflc st, n 
8, 409.8 w Franklin av, runs north 100 x west 
120 X north 19.9 to Brooklyn and Jamaica R 
R. Co's. land, x east 101.7 x east 50 x south 
136 8 to st, X west 30. June 25, due July 1, 
1888. 1,500 

Domhan, Joseph, and Jacob Fischer to Gitty 
A. wife of Joseph Hegeman. Cleveland st, 
e 8, 250 n Liberty av, 25x90. June 27, due 
Jan. 1. 1890. 1,300 

Doody, Daniel, to Asa W, Parker, Hempstead, 
L. i. 9th St. P. M. June 25, 4 months, 
5 %. 10,500 

Doody, Daniel, to Elizabeth M. Williams, wid- 
ow. Seme pioperty. June 25, due Deo. 31, 
1887, with privilege of extension, 5 %. 20,0C0 

De Revere, Gilbert, to Willi.im J. Sayres. 
Halsey st, n s, 388.4 w Reld av, 17xl( 3. June 
23, due Nov. 1, 1890, 5 %. 3,.'M)0 

Some to same. Halsey st, n a, 2CC S w Reld av, 
16.8x102. June22. dueNov 1, 1890, 5 ^. 3,.50O 

Same to Janette ond Cornelia White. Halsey 
»t, n s, 249.8 w Reid av, 17x102. June 33, due 
Nov. 1, 189J, 5 %. 3,5C0 

Denning, Henry C., to Daniel Lord, Jr , trustee 
all and singular the real, leasehold, personal 
and mixed estate of the Grand st, Prcspect 
Park and Flatbush R. R Co. conveyed to the 
mortgagor by Michael Furse, referee. June 
1, 5 years, 5 * 300,OCO 

Donohue, Thomas, to Ellzibeth W. Aldiicb. 
Hopkinson av, w s, 97 3 » Hull st, runs north 
97.0 to st, X wc«t along same SCO x south 67.5 
X southeast 273 4 x north 1.5 x cast 28.2 to av. 
June 23, demond 53,450 

Doody, Daniel, with Hattie 8. Crowell, both 
mortgogees. Agreement as to priority of 
mortgages made by Henry. E. Wells. June 
25. nom 

Dull, Catharine, wife of and William, to Brew- 
ster Kissam. Park av, s s, 275 e Tompkins 
av, 3=^x100. June 23, demand. 200 

Egolt, Edward, to Asa W. Parker. Lots 3, 37, 
49, 104, 200, 201, 240 and 247 map A. W. Par- 
ker, Bath Beach, New Utrecht. June 24, in- 
stalls, 5 i. 20,450 

Esquiral, Frances R. , mortgagor, with Catharine 
Hoad, purchaser. Declaration that mortgage 
on property In Madison which was never re- 
corded has been surrendered and destroyed. 
May 24. See this week's Conveys. nom 

Flager, Mary S., to Henry C. M. Ingraham 
and ano., trustees Hiram Kirk, dec'd. Greene 
av, s s, 120 e Throop av, 20x100. AprU SO, 
due May 1. 1893, 5 %. 8,000 

Garrison, John H. and William S , to Maryett 
Hodgetts, widow. Bushwick av, » w t, 41.8 s 
e Covert st, 16.8x100. June 1, 3 yrs, 9 if. 3,.500 

Same to Margaret H. Smith, widow. Bushwick 
av, 3 w s, 58.4 s e Coiert st, 16.8xl(X). June 
15, due Aug. 1, 1*^90, 5 %. 2,500 

Gilmartin, Ellen, widow, to Joseph Lublin. 
18th st, 3 s, 335 w 3d av, 125x100.2. June 27, 
due May 1, 1890. 1,000 

Goepel, Adolph, to The New York Produce Ex- 
change Gratuity Fund. Sidney pi. No. 38, 
w 3, 254 3 n State st, 20.1x100. June 25, 1 
year, 5 %. 6,000 

Grady, Margaret T., to Harrison B. Moore. 
Lafayette av, s s, 225 e Franklin av, 71xlC0. 
June 29, due July 28, 1887, or soontr. 1,500 

Genentz, Katharina, otherwise Qennentz, to 
Bernhard H. Bulling. Liberty av, is, 25 w 
Butler av, 25x100.5. June 23, 5 years, 5>^ %. 

2,500 

Gibbs, Ellen, to Ellzibeth Taber et al. , exrs. 
Franklin W. Taber. Madison st. P. M. 
June 23, installs. 326 

Gilcher, Fredoricka, widow, to Helen M. Or- 
gan. Hull st, n a, 116.8 w Hopklnson av, 16.8 
xlOO. June 2.5, 3 years. 1,100 

Greuing, PaulC, to Nathan Cairns. Throop 
av, w s, extends from Quincy st to Lexington 
av, 2C0x50. June 1, 1 year. 3,000 

Greany, Margaret P. , wife of John E. , to Bar- 
bara Lutz. Eastern Parkway, s s, lots 43-52 
block 107, lot 39 block H;6, lot 1 block 109, lot 
10 block 108, on assessmt map 24th Ward, 
Brooklyn, contains abt 1 '^ acres. June 25, 5- 
years, 5%. 3,000 

Hammond, Daniel S., to Wlckford Savings 
Bank. Cumberland st, w s, 261.7 n Park av, 
50x100. June 25, 2,500 

Harden, Michael G., to Sarah E. wife of Charles 
C. Hainer. North 3d st. P. M. June 25, 3 
years, installs. 1,500 

Herbute, George, to The East New York Sav- 
ings Bank. Dresden st, e «, 330 s Ridgewood 
av, lOOxloO. June 23, 1 year. 1,000 

Hilberer, Martin, to Jessie A. wife of Frank J. 
Logan. Oakland st, w s, 25 n Dupont st, 25x 
100. June 35, 5 years. 1,000 



Hill, Maria T., Albany, N. Y., to Richard H. 
Van AhVyne, Troy, N. Y. 18th st. No. 148, 
s s, 178 w 4th av, 18x70. May 20. 800 

Holt, Morgiana, to Chatham F. and Augustus 
S. Bedell. Gates av, s s, 65 w Reid av, runs 
west 60 X south 100 x east 40 x north 5 x east 
20 X north 95 to beginning. June 23,' due 
July 1, 1887. 1,000 

Haas, Amy, wife of and Otto, to Annetta M. 
Cowenhoven. New Utrecht to Fort Hamilton 
road, e cor 80th st, 179.6x -xl36.9xl69. June 
29, 5 years. 3,0C0 

Hall, Julia, wife of and John J., to Reuben 
Ross. Paciflo at. P. M. June 17. installs. 250 

Hamilton, Adelaide A., widow, to The Green- 
wood Cemetery. Pierrepont st, n s, 129 e 
Hicks st, runs north 144.8 to centre Love lane, 
X east 27 X south 143 to Pierrepont st, x west 
27 to beginning. June 28, 3 years, 5%. 4,( 

Hickman, Margaret, 'o Ehzibbth A. Nichols. 
Foster av. n s, 250 e 2d st, 51x124x50x125. 
Flatbush. June 23, 5 years. 9 

Housewirth, Johanna, to Bernard and Karoliene 
Sievers. Varet st and Bogart St. P. M. June 
2\ 5 years, 5 %. 800 

Joost, Martin, to Albert G. McDonald. Park 
pi, n s, 400 w Kingston av, 255.7x100. June 
27, due June 1, 1889, 5 %. 6,000 

Jack, James, to Kate A. Molineui, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 7th av and Braxton st. P. M. 
June 9, due June 27, 1888, 5 %. 3.000 

Kahn, Samuel, and Isaac Strauss to John Lef- 
ferts, Flatbush, L. I. Rogers av, s e cor Ma- 
ple st, 100x105. June 27, due July 1, 1890, 
5 i. 1,0'J5 

Keehn, George, to Williom W. Browning, trus- 
tee William Browning, dec'd. Myrtle av, n s, 
63.7 w Cedar st, 25x55.6x25.6x60.4. June 25. 
3 years, 5 %. 3,000 

Kenyon, George W., to Orson D. Munn. Car- 
roll St. P. M. June 25, 1 year or sooner, 

5 i- 4,000 
Kerz, Louis, to Lewis Hurst. Earl st, Flat- 
bush. P. M. June 39, 3 years. 500 

Lacker, Christian, Newark, N. J., to Elizabeth 
P. Delanoy, Harrison, N. Y. Atlantic av, n 
s, 25 e Butler av, 25x90. June 33, 3 years, 

6 %■ 2,500 
Liuikin, Benjamin, to Daniel 8. Arnold. Mad- 
ison st, n s, 200 e Lewis av, 20x100. June 29, 
due Sept. 1, 1887. 2,(;00 

Lyons, Cornelia B., to George H. Roberts. 
Hawthorne at, n s, 580.7 e Flatbush av, 60x 
126.2, Flatbush. June 29, 2 years. ],0(;0 

Lang, William, to Julia A. Turner. Reid av, 
e s, 40 8 Greene av, 20x80. June 25, 3 years, 
5 f. 2,.500 

Same to same. Lexington av. P. M. June 
25, 5 years, 5 %. 5,000 

Leich, Edward W., to Anne C. Forbes. Kosci- 
usko st, n 3, 250 e Sumner av, 35x100. June 
23, 3 years, 5 %. 2,000 

Loeser, Frederick, to Aaron G. Robbins. Elm 
pi. P. M. June 9, 3 years, 5 %. 6,500 

Lofller, Christian, to Leonhard Eppig. Ala- 
bama av. No. 20, e s, 225 s Virginia av, runs 
south 24 X east 40 x south 1 x east 60 x north 
25 X west 100. June 3i, due July 1, 1838. 1,000 

Lucas, William, to Adolph and Theodore 
Kiendl. Elton st, e s, 375 8 Sutter av. P. M. 
June 23, due July 1, 1890. 600 

Same to William H. McKee. Elton st, s s, 400 
8 Sutter av. P. M. June 23, due July 1. 
1890. 600 

Lutz, John A. , and Barbara and Margaret P. 
wife of and John E. Greany to Charles J. 
Patterson. Eastern Parkway, s s, lots 43-52 
block 107, lot 39 block 106, lot 1 block 109, lot 
10 block 108 on assessment map 24th Ward, 
Brooklyn, contain abt 1}{ acres. June 25, 5 
years. 3 850 

Lynch, Mary E., to John W. Mason et al., exrs. 
Thomas Webster. Manhasset pi. No. 16, w 
8, 205.1 s Rapelye st, 2.5x86. June 34, due 
July 1, 1892, 5 %. 5,0CO 

Same to John W. Mason, trustee for William 
B. Smart. Manhasset pi. No. 20, w s, 25.5.2 s 
Rapelye st, 24.10x86. June 24, due July 1, 
1893, 5 %. 5,W0 

Same to same, trustee for Matthew C. Smart. 
Manhasset pi. No. 18, w s, 225.1 s Rapelye st, 
25.1x86. June 24, due July 1, 1S92, 5 %. 5,000 

May, Jacob, to Julius Bindrim, Menlo Park, 
N. J. Van Brunt st, s b, 75 e Elizabeth st, 25 
x90. June 25, demand. 1,500 

McCormick, Mary A., to William Williamson, 
Flatbush, L. 1. 11th st, s w s. 23.3 n w 6th 
av, 25x139.7x25x129.10. June 25, due Nov. 1, 
1888. 1,000 

McLoughlin, Ann, wife of and Richard J., to 
John Williamson. 5th av, w s, 85 n Butler st, 
59.11x90x59.9x90; St. Johns pi, n s, SOeSth 
av, 2Cxl( 0. June 24, due Oct. 1, 1887. 5,5(0 

Same to same. St. Johns pi, s s, 80 e 5th av, 20 
x99. June 24, 3 years. 1,000 

Minard, Eliza J. C, to James M. Richards. 
Quincy st. No. 243. May 1, 3 years, 6 %. 886 

Moore, Henry B., to The Williamsburgh Sav- 
ings Bank. Atlantic av, s s, ItiO w Brooklyn 
av, 3 lots, each 40x100. 3 morts., each $10,0tO. 
June 2.3, 1 year, 5 i. 30,000 

Same to Charles W. Betts. Same property. 
P. M. Sub. to mort. (;30,000. June 28, 1 
year. 19,500 

Mullen, Edward, to Samuel H. Cornell. Howard 

av. P. M. June 20, due June 21, 1888. 2,500 
Martin, Enoch, to Christian and Andrew Hahn. 
Stockholm st P. M. June 37, 3 years, 5 f. 

1,000 
McLaughlin, Mary A., wife of and Charles A., 
to The Kings County Fire Ins. Co. Lexing- 
ton av, s 8, 183.9 w Bedford av, 21.3ilOii. 
June 27, due June 28, 18'.»0, 5 %. 1,750 

Miller, William M., to Joseph Coi. Snedeker 



910 



The Record and Guide. 



July 2, 1887 



av, w 8, 180 s Eastern Parkway, 2 lots, each 
40x100, 3 mortB., each $2,250. June 37, 5 
yeara. 4.500 

Moeller, Henry, to Luhr Frers, Hempstead, L. 
I. Harrison av and Rutledge st. P. M. 
June 37, due July 1, 1890, or sooner, 5 %. l.-'iOO 

Morse, James W., to Catharine M. Wyckoff. 
2d av. P. M. June i;8, 5 years. 2,800 

Mott, Mary A., wife of William H., to Robert 
Porterfleld and ano., exrs. Allen Alexander. 
Gates av, n s, 75 e Reid av, 35x100. June 15, 
1 year, 5 1. 1,500 

Murcott, Thomas, to Henry Oleasmg and Mary 
his wife. Union av, w s, 135.11 s North 11th 
St, 2(ix— to Bushwick Creek, x— xG5. June 
28, 3 years, 5 %. 600 

Murphy, Andrew J., to Archibald Young. 17th 
av, New Utrecht. P. M. Oct. 2, 1S85, 10 
years, 5 f,. 3,000 

Nelson, Eli B., to Roswell Eldridge, treasurer. 
Myrtle av, n w cor Hall st, 20x80. June 24. 
due May 1, 1890, 5 %. 3,500 

Parks, Henry 8. , to Francese L. wife of Law- 
rence Turnbull, Baltimore, Md. 3d st. P. M. 
Juno 13, 3 years or sooner, 5 %. 3,334 

Powell, George D., to The Hudson City Savings 
Inst, Hudson, N. Y. 3d st, n s, 360 w Bond 
st, 30x90. June 29, 3 years, 5 %. 10,000 

Rady, James E., to tSally A. Denike. Vander- 
veer st, s e s, 194 n e Broadway, 16.6x100 
June 27, installs. TOO 

Robbins, Aaron S., to Anna C. Blankley. Bond 
St. P. M. June 18, due July 15, 1890. i}4 %. 

3.5,000 

Rumker, Francis, to John H. Kreuter. Reid 
av, w s, 25 s Putnam av, 75x100. June 27, 
due July 1, 1S90. 800 

Rehbein, Adolph and Annie E,, his wife, to 
George H. and George H , Jr., Roberts and 
N. Park Collin. 3d av, e s, 30 s 10th et, 17.9x 
70. June 1, 1 year, 5 %. 2,.500 

Rogers, Sarah K. , to Uattle D. Lowry, New 
Utrecht. Cropsey av, south cor 17th av. New 
Utrecht. P. M. June 18, installs. 900 

Same to Gerd H. Henjes. Same property. P. 
M. June 18, 5 years. 2,000 

Roos, Charles, to The Kings County Savings 
In»t. Central av, n e 8, 75 n w Palmetto st, 
SOxirO. June 35, 1 year, 5 %. 6,000 

Saultman, Frank and Cbarlota, his wife, to 
Bridget T. Dunn. Blake av, s s, 35 w Bennett 
av, 25x100. June 32, 3 years or iustalls. 300 

Shaughnessy, Edward, to The South Brooklyn 
Savings Inst. Van Brunt st, s e s, 135 s w 
Wolcott st, 49.4x65. June 33, 1 year, 5 t. 4,000 

Sheppard, Warren W., to Frank A. Gearon. 
9th st, s s, 183 w 7th av, 18x73.6. Dec 23. 
18o6, iustalls. 500 

Staab, Jacob, to Henry Holzer. Jackson pi, w 
8, 2015 n Prospect av, 44x79.10x46 3x76.3. 
June 13, installs. 350 

Steffen, Franz, to Mathias Hauser. Bushwick 
av, s w 8, 135 n w Adams st, 35x82. 10x35x 
82.11. June 3.3, due Jan. 2, 1889. 900 

Sweet, Sarah J., wife of and John P., to Ma- 
tilda D. Teasdale. Duffield st, e s, 1'36.8 s 
Johnson st, 16 8x100.3. June 27, 5 years, 
5 %. 2,500 

Schaefer, Frederick, to Valentine Schaefer. 
Stanhope St. P. M. June 27, dne July 1, 
1890, 5 % 1,000 

Sumner, Charity, to Maria and Cornelius Nos- 
trand. Voorhies av, n s, 12i|.8 e East 35th st, 
Gravesend, 5iix].50. Nov. 16, 5 years. 3,000 

Tumbridge, William, to Augustus Hatfield, 
trustee. Clark st. n s, 100 e Hicks st, 7.5x100; 
Pineapple st, s s, 174.11 e Hicks st. 35 .5x101 3 
x3(5xl(il.3; Pineapple st, s s, 150 e Hicks st, 35 
xlOl; Hicks st, es, 51.5 n Clark st, 24.7x100. 
Sub. to mort. $185,000. June 28, due June 15, 
19i7, 5 %. Secures issue of bonds. 3o6,0i)0 

Thompson, William O , to George F. Gregory. 
Bedford av, s e cor St. Marks av, runs south 
143 7 x east 47 5 x north 8.11 to point 80 w 
Rogers av, x east 8i) to Rogers av, x north 
140.7 to St. Marks av, x west 98.1 to- begin- 
ning June 23, due Sept. 1, 1887. 15,0i)0 

VoUkommer, Jr., Joseph, and Robert Weick- 
ittel, of VoUkommer & Co., to Archibald 
Graham. North 4th st. P. M. June 27. 2 
years, 5 %. 3 000 

Walters, John, and John, Jr., to Edward T. 
Hunt, exr. and trustee Thomas Hunt. 52d 
St. P. M. June 27, 3 years, 5 %. 6,500 

Wiebach, Agnes, to Amelia Drummond. 58th 
st, n s, 300 w 13th av, 20x100 2, New Utrecht 
June 25, 10 years or sooner, 4 %. 1,600 

Ward, George E., to Eugene G. Blackford. 
Herkimer st, n s, 134.9 e Bedford av, 17.6x 
100. June' 33, due July 1, 1892, or installs. 
5 %. 5,.5U0 

Wasmer, Caroline, widow, to Oscar Wasmer. 
Buffalo av, e s, 138 9 s Herkimer st, 18.9x100. 
June 10, 5 years, 4 %. 1,150 

Weed, Mary F., wife of George L., to Wil- 
liam W. Browning, trustee William Brown- 
ing, dec'd. Van Btiren st, n w s, 90 u e 
Broadway, 17 6x100. June 25, 8 years, 
5 %. 3.000 

Weil, Montz, mortgagor, with Bennett King, 
mortgagee. Extension of reduced mortgage 
at reduced interest. May 19, 18S4. nom 

Same with same. Extension of reduced mort- 
gage at reduced interest. May 25. nom 

Wells, Henry E., to Hattie S Crowell. Sum- 
ner av, 8 e cor Hancock st, 80x125. June 34, 
due July 30, 1887. 2,000 

Wienholz, Maria, wife of and John, to Samuel 
S. Kree. Clermont av, w s, 84.5 s Park av, 
20x1(0. June 27, I year. 1,500 

Walker, Mary W., wife of and William, to 
Robert F. Oram, Dover, N. J. 13th st, n e s. 
Lot 317 map part of Richard Berry farm, Go- 
nanus (map missing). June 15, 5 %. 3,200 



Yeoman, David S., to Ellen De Coudres. 
Hooper st, s e e, 85 n e South .3d st, 24x100, 
also piece in rear. June 29, due July 1, 1890, 
5 %. See Conveys. 1,500 

Yeoman, David S., to William C. Bowers. 
Broadway, at intersection with Manhattan 
Beach R. R. Co.'s land. P. M. June 38, in- 
stalls., 5 <e. 23,000 



MORTGAGES - ASSIGNMENTS 



NEW TORE CITY. 

JtTNK 34 TO 30— INOLUSIVB. 

Benedict, Coleman, and ano., exrs. Jesse W. 
Benedict, to Coleman Benedict, trustee 
for Kate B. Freeman. «2fl.S19 

Same to Laura and Jessie Benedict. 26,308 

Berrian, Samuel L.. to Albert E. Putnam. 335 
Blydenburgh, Jr., Benjamin B., to Amanda 

E. Hewitt, Brooklyn. nom 

Bound, Walter, & Co., to Lilian I. Walker. 2,0U0 
Bauer, Moritz, to H. Richter's Sons. 3 as- 
signs, nom 
Britsch, Henry, to John C. Boettner. 5,0IX) 
Burns, John C, to Alexander Lutz. nom 
Coates, Howard V., and ano., trustees 
George H. Beck, dec'd, to Antoinette E. 
Wood and James A. Hayden. 2,820 
Conroy, Francis A., to Isabella Conroy. nom 
Cassel, Cecilia, to The Equitable LifeAssur. 

Society. 70,000 

Chamberlin, George F., to Julia A. Barker, nom 
De Veau. Joseph M., to William J. Merritt. 2,300 
Dillemuth, John, to Frederick Dillemuth. 400 

^*ame to same. 450 

Ford, Rosalie R., to Oreleana R. E. Pell. 7,156 
Foster, Frederic de P., to George L. Kings- 
land et al., trustees Ambrose C. Kings- 
land, dec'd. 13,000 
Gifford, Silas D., exr. William H. Florence, 

to Silas D. Gifford, Tuckahoe, N. Y. 7,000 

Goldfogle, Alexander, to Emilie Worms. nom 
Hewitt, Thomas B., Brooklyn, to Benjamin 

B. Blydenburgh, Jr. nom 

Hitchcock, Caroline M., to Russel S. John- 
son. 1,000 
Happus, Gottfried and Fredericka, to Ran- 
dolph Guggenheimer. 1,000 
Johnson, Richard L., Colon, Columbia, to 

Thomas B. Underbill. 5,647 

Kocher, George, to Jacob Burkhard. 4,.5uO 

Krahe, Elizabeth, to Charles Michenfelder. 3,667 
Kuspert, Charles, to James Affleck. 8,069 

Libman, Faybush, to August Uanenbley. 6,500 
Lynch, Theresa, to Michael Costello. 3,600 

Manning, Joseph H., Mattewan, N. J., to 

William E. Chapman. 6,500 

McGuire, Thomas J., to Annie R. Bauer- 

dorf. 4,000 

Merritt, William J., to John C. Burns. 12,221 

Mitchell, Edward, etal., exrs. Caroline W. 

Panon, to Martha M. Anderson. 8,058 

Mundorf, George, exr. Henry Boland, to 

John Boland. 6,138 

Malcolm, William H., to Mary J. Clapp, 

Rye, N. Y. 1,000 

Meiritt, William J., to Samuel P. Paul. 5,000 

Mitchell, Edward, et al., exrs. Carlotte W. 

Panon, to Rosalie R. Ford. 7,156 

Peabody, Jr., Charles A., to Francis F., 

Maria J. and Catharine P. Sweeny. 7,500 

Peabody, Jr., Charles A., to Thomas S. 

Walker. 10,.'i0n 

Same to same. 8,250 

Phelps, Elizabeth B., to Amelia P. Ham- 
mond. 3 assigns. nom 
Powel, Jr., John H., and ano., exrs. and 
trustees Samuel Powell, to Anna L. 
Watson. 9,500 
Robinson, Franklin E,, to James M. Ludlam, 

Oyster Bay, L. I. 1,000 

Schalkenstein, Elias, to Samuel Kopp. 50O 

Shaw, John C. , Finderne, N. J. , to Reuben 

Ross. nom 

Smith, Justus J., and Thomas E. Drake to 

Robiijson Gill. 4 assign., each t2,0u0. 8,000 
Schmidt, August F., to Simon Hermon and 

Simon Adler. 10,000 

Schoonmaker, Daniel, to Louisa Dean. 2,194 

Sill, Pauline, formerly Wiener, Philadel- 
phia, Pa., to Henry Wiener. 5,000 
Van Buren, Egbert K., to Edward A. and 

James P. Dolan. 3,000 

Same to same. 3,000 

Van Buren, Egbert K., to Edward A. and 

James P. Dolan. 3,000 

Weight, Christopher, to Kate B. Anderson, 

widow. 2,000 

Wild, George H., exr. Horatio N. Wild, to 
Alexander B. Crane, exr. John W. 
Mitchell. 13,755 

Wright, Green, 'Harkdale, N. Y., to Jack- 
son Wright, White Plains, N. Y. 3,500 
Walter. Martin, to Jacob F. Paulsen. 2,000 
Weldc-, Charles, to Jesse W. Powers. 3,000 
Williams, George N., to Nathaniel A. Will- 
iams. 37,500 
Wronkow, Herman, to Henry Herrman and 
Simon Adler. omitted 



KINGS CODNTT. 

June 17 to 39— Inclushtb. 

Andrews, Benjamin, to Julia Kuhn. $845 
Allaire, Edward S., Shrewsbury, N. J., to 

John K. Bulmer. nom 
Arnold, Daniel S.. to Elizabeth F. Force. 10,000 

Bossert, Jacob, to Paul Koch. 400 

Burkard, Stephan, to John Rueger. 1,100 
Baldwin, Frederick H., to Matilda T. Sco- 

field, .Rochester, N. Y. nom 



Same to same. nom 

Baldwin, Lucius E., to Parmenas Castner, 

exr. Ruth E. Castner. 3,000 

Beers, Florence W., wife of Lucius H., to 

Martha H. wife of Henry N. 1,800 

Bundiek, Elijah J., to Marie A. Maben. 500 

Butler, Thomas, to Daniel Doody. 1,840 

Bach, Elias and Aaron J., to Aaron J. Bach, 

»xr. Jacob E. and Julia V. Bach. nom 

Brant, George W. , to Asa W. Parker. 724 

Chyne, Hugh, and Ann Sjienee to Morris 

Hirscb and Alois Lazansky. 150 

Cardwell, George C. , to Ferdinand Sohieffer. 500 
Colson, William H., and John Reiner, to 

Whitman Kenyon. 3,.500 

Conant, Eliza A., to Anna A. Moess. 1,300 

Corrigan, Thomas, to Whitman Kenyon. 1,175 
Covert, Annie L., to Richard W. Preston. 1,550 
Denman, Eliza H., and ano., exrs. Aaron 
V. Hendricks, Br., to Aaron V. Hen- 
dricks, Jr., admr. Eliza Hendricks. nom 
Doody, Daniel, to Asa W. Parker. 11,000 
Drake, John J., to Patrick J. Kennedy. 300 
Danforth, Henry T., Russell, Kansas, to 

Ellen I. Quackinbush. 400 

Dixon, William P., assignee Henry Morgan, 
to Henry M. Oddie and ano. , exrs. Chris- 
topher R. St George. 1,007 
Downing, Benjamin W. , to Slmonson M. 

and Catharine A. Snydara. 3,800 

Doody, Daniel, to Asa W. Parker. 1,900 

Dillmeier, John A., to Alois Harbich. nom 

Ditmis, John, and J. Adrian to Harriet W. 

Cornwell, all of Jamaica. L. I. 1,000 

Everit, Thomas, exr. and trustee Valentine 

Everit, to George B. Stoutenburg. 1,250 

Fuller, Waldo E., to Benjamin Nathan. 6,000 

Hartt, George W., to Thomas Everit. 8oO 

Hoffmann, Joseph, to Mary Schmitt. 5,000 

Hinchen, Edward B., to Helen S. Hinehen. 1,000 
Jennison, Mary F., to Edward D. White 

and ano., exrs. John S. Thorne. 6,000 

Jackson, Theodore F., to Catharine A. Col- 
well. 2,300 
Same to Theodore F. Jackson and ano., 

exrs. Thomas Hoyt. 4,400 

Johnson, Daniel V. M., to Francis E. Hage- 

meyer, Astoria, L. I. 600 

Kingsland, George L., et al., exrs. of Am- 
brose C. Kingsland, to George L. Kings- 
land et al., trustees for Walter F. Kings- 
land. 3 assign, of morts. nom 
Klots, Walter T., and ano., exrs. James R. 

Klots, to Emeline S. Nichols. 2,250 

Same to same. 2,500 

Same to S. Eugene Nichols. 8,000 

Same to Euphemia A. Nichols. 5,000 

Klots, Walter T., to Walter T. Klots and 

ano., exrs. James R. Klots. 5,000 

Same to same. 5,000 

Labagh, Maria L., widow, to Lucy H. 

Glover, widow. 3,500 

Lawall, Mary, admrx. William H. Lawall, 

to Mary Lawall. 2,028 

Leet, Jennie B. , wife of N. Y. Leet, Scran- 
ton, Pa., to Laura Porter. 1,000 
Lowry, William H., Westport, Conn, to 

Evan J. Malbone, Flatlands, L. I. 3,000 

Nostrand, George E., to Jacob L. Van Pelt. 600 
Nostrand, J. Lott, to Jacob L. Van Pelt. 700 

Nichols, William B., to William Asten. 199 

O'Keeffe, Michael, to Robert P. Lee, 2,700 

Powell. Sarah H., to Mary A. Hart. 12,000 

Pell, Rodman C, to Robert C. Embree, 

exr. Jacob W. Morris. 2,500 

Parlin, Albert N., Boston, Mass., to John Q. 

A. Butler. 4,500 

Parker, Asa W., Hen'pstead, L. I., to Ralph 

G. Packard. 14,000 

Parker, Asa W., to Edward Egolf. nom 

Rickerson. Martin L., to H. S. Christian. 1,000 
Roby, Ebenezer, to The Greenwood Ceme- 
tery. 15,000 
Reed, William B., and ano., exrs. Plat 
Knox, to Henry W. Lee guard. Alletta, 
Clarence A. and Herbert F. Lee. 4,500 
Roche, Emma L. , to Augustus F. Hobby 

and ano , exrs. Edward Roche. 8,500 

Rimcie, John T., to James R. Ross. 3,600 

Scrvraser, Leila S. , wife of Clarence H., to 

Ferdinand A. Sieghardt. 3,672 

Smith, Morton B , exr. Joseph W. Hilyard, 

to Henry W. Gaines, Huntington, L. I. 3,000 
Spicer, Sarah A., extrx. Eliza M. Browne, 

to Leila S. Scrymser. " 900 

Same to same. 1 ,750 

Say res, William J. , to Samuel T. Wooley, 

Jamaica, L. I. 2,000 

Sedlmeir, August, to John Joerger. 9,000 

Spicer, Charles B , to Hans S. Christian, 450 

Stoutenburg, George B., to Clark T. Hamil- 
ton. 750 
Taber, Elizabeth, etal., exrs. Franklin W. 

Taber, to Elizabeth Taber. nom 

Taylor, William F., East Orange, N. J., to 

Henry C. Albert. 1,000 

Trecartin, Charles H. B.. to John Trecartin 3,700 
Tatum, Charles A., exr. Ellen L. Congdon, 

to Thomas J. Rose. 1,000 

The Manhattan Life Ins. Co. to Manufac- 
turers' Nat. Bank, Williamsburg. 20,607 
United States Life Ins Co. to William 

Barnes. Supt. Ins. Department, N. Y. nom 

Willets, Martha T., and ano., admrs. Isaac 
E. Haviland, to Thomas T. Taber et al., 
trustees for William T. Taber. 3,000 

Same to Thomas T. Taber, Roslyn, L. I. 3,000 

Winter, George J. H., to Lena Speers. 3,000 

Walsh, A. Stewart, to Melicent Rowland. 300 

Weed, Mary E. , to Chatham F. and Augus- 
tus S. BedeU. 700 
Williamson, John, to Clementine S. 

Patchen. 8,000 

Williamson, John, to Matilda F. Bange. 1,000 



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CHATTELS. 



For New York and Kings C!ounty Chattels s ee 
pages 916, 917 and 918. 



JUDGMENTS. 



in (*««« lUt$ of judgmentt the namet alphabetically 
arranged, and which are first on each line, are those 
of the judgment debtor. The letter (D) means Judg- 
ment for deficiency. (•) means not summoned. <t) 
signifies that the first name is fictitious, real name 
being unknotm. Judgments entered during the 
week, and satisfied before day of vublication, do not 
appear in this column but in list of Sati - ■ - - 



appear 
mente. 



t of Satisfied Juitg 



NEW TOBR CITT. 

June and July. 

27 Andrews, Constant A.— Atlantic Hill 

Gold Mining and Milling Co.. costs t3,164 33 

28 Altman, Henry J. — Fourth Nat. 

Bank, City New York 776 78 

2S Askey, John— Lawrence Kelly 1,397 01 

39 Arents, Charles R.— Margaret Dakln 337 14 

29 Ainslie, George H.— First Nat. Bank 

City o£ Brooklyn 279 36 

29 Andrews, William— Frederick Beck 157 74 
39 Andresen, John C— Edward Llefeld l,()95-(i5 

30 Anderson, Thomas— John Murray.. 1,0J9 63 
1 Atchison, T. A., Jr.— J. B. Baal 



1 Altman, Henry J. — John Elsey 

24 Baker, Clinton G.— E. G. Loring (or- 

der amending judgment filed June 
17) 

35 Bradley, John— 8. H. Hurd 

35 Bettelheim, Edwin 8.— H. D. Grane. 

3> Barkalow, Mary M.— J. W. Mott... 

27 Berge, Solomon — Charles School- 
house 

27 Bates, Byron— Peter Ward 

27 Bean, Lorenzo D.--P. £. Bean 

38 Bird, WilUam Edgar— F. G. Faulk- 

ner costs 

28 Barrett, James J.— D. S. Holden... 
28 Black, Emma M.— Mary A. Ander- 
son ..costs 

28 Blauvelt, John H., Jr.— John Rus- 

zits 

29 Bordel, Antoine — R. .7. Hoquet, as 

admr 

29 Brady, Martha— John Claflin 

29 Blatt, Frederick— Edward Liefleld.. 

39 Beebe, William W.— J. G. Wilson.. 

30 Brower, Casper G.— G. F. & B. F. 

Davis 

30 Ballou, George W.— Morris Btein- 
bock 

30 Bakowska, Alexandra — Jacob Ra- 
wicz 

30 the ssme Adelph Vietor 

30 Buchwald, Isidore — Gustave Rosen- 
thal 

30 the same Aaron Anspach .... 

SO Beers, Rollin E.— Samuel Leron 

SO Blanchard, Joseph L.— A. L. Evans 
1 Beriell, Charles P.— Eliza W. Park- 
hurst costs 

1 Brun, William— Isaac Lewis 

35 Calloran, Patrick — J. L. Qaus 

25 Corsa, Solomon— O. P. Harris 

25 the same Elizabeth D. Harris 

25 Cronhelm, Siegfried- J. J. Kleret.. 
25 Connor, James J,— C. W. Klebisch. 

25 Casey, Joseph J.— R. R. Bogert 

37 Cruikshank, Harry— J. P. McSrlde. 
37 Campbell, James P.— 6tar Printing 

Co 

27+Cabrey, John— J. W. Stronach 

28 Conklm, Byron— E. C. Ripley 

28 Conville, Thomas— M. T. vVilliams. 

29 Cunningham, Joseph L. — Nathan 

Matthews, Jr costs 

29 Clews, Henry — Cornelius Reilly. 

2i Chamberiio,' Ward B.— Caroline C. 

Bishop 

29 the same Mary F. Constant, 

as extrx '. 

29 Cohen, Pauline — Morris I.^aaos 

29 the same the same 

30 Cunningham, Joseph L.— A. J. Dit- 

tenhoefer 

SO Crowley, Richard— V. L. Tifhaine.. 
30 Colquitt, Mildred C— H. A. Nelson, 

a» recvr 

.'SO Cohii, Theresa— J. W. Fiske 

ItCole, Alfred Frederick— Fannie D. 

Whiifield. 

1 Clark, Lauren N.— W. E Urigga.. . 

1+Cowper, William— Evelyn Evans... 

1 Coleman, Michael, Commiss. of Taxes 

aBd Assessm'ts — Nathan Strauss, 

as exr costs 

1 the sam* Hanover Fire lus. 

Co costs 

25 Dushkind. David— R. C. Gilbert.... 

35 Dunn, John— Wesley Wheeler 

27 Derry, James— David Wright.. costa 
27 Degnan, John C— Jersey City Gal- 
vanizing Co 

37 Deming, Lafayette L. — Columbia 

Bank 

37 the same the same 

27 Dame, Milton 8.— T. O. Carter 

39 Dillon, James — U. A. Rawcliffe. 

29 Durphy, Hai yy i).— j. H. Garr'etson. 
29 De Pew, Frank S.— Nason Mfg Co. . 

1 DUvis, Edgar— Hiram Codd 

1 Dam, Andrew J.— L. A. Duuu 

1 Daggat, Albtrt-F. G, Bufford,... 



336 64 

401 76 



83 45 
150 23 
130 25 
190 49 

135 92 

180 50 

1,333 56 

83 21 
326 71 

19 30 

179 62 

1,535 89 

718 f.3 

1,095 65 

325 50 

93 57 

2,849 47 

831 10 
3(1 69 

513 63 

3i6 i9 

37 32 

178 02 

93 81 
123 99 

80 90 
699 71 
642 92 
5«7 :« 
183 07 

65 42 

42 50 

440 03 

28 27 

40 68 

283 50 

433 60 

683 08 

32,959 71 

7,114 89 
14.5 31 
457 99 

369 75 

379 97 

234 50 
76 00 

409 60 
271 83 
111 00 



93 93 


48 00 


],.57« 65 


171 79 


105 15 


73 77 


271 72 


.542 91 


149 72 


2,128 09 


60 88 


18 i 00 


1,219 12 


89 5i> 



1 Donnelly, Edward C. — Nathan 

Strauss, as exr costs 72 80 

35 Endrees, John J.— J. O. Woods, as 

general asBignee 71 f 5 

25 Everett, Charles E.— F. W. Shaw... 576 17 

28 Evans, Louis— Max Hirshkind 218 00 

28 Eisner, David— L. S. Stroock 247 36 

30 Eldridge, L. Herbert— Leslie Moore. 650 33 
30 Evans, George A.— Morris Stein- 
bock 3,849 47 

.S'l Ermiuch, Louise^George Ehret 460 22 

SO Eder, Frederick— reliaKleiuherger. 161 83 

1 Ermisch, Louisa— P. J. Masbach 228 57 

1 Eddy, Mary E., as admr. of Arthur 

C. Eddy— Fannie D. Wbilfleld 380 CO 

1 Evans, George— T. H. O'Connor, as 

exr 278 .37 

1 Egan, Thomas D.—C. R. Coriey 1,026 13 

24 Farrell, Thomis— Health Dep't City 

N. Y 59 to 

,7 Foster, Chester M. I Met. Nat. Bank, 

•" Foster, Charles E. ( N. Y 6,429 63 

28 Foote, Henry R — R. Haywood 74 05 

29 Fonner, James 6.— G. W. Philips.... 94 37 
29 Fernandez, Mardino— J. L Haynea. 2*jS 69 
29 Poster,Charles M.— Cornelius Reilly. 

costs 683 03 

29 Fleet, Chapin S.— Morris Weinberg. 

costs 91 67 

29 Fox, Herman— Cella Kleiuberger... 251 79 
SO Finn, Patrick J,— .'Sheridan Shook.. 143 26 

1 Flood, Frank A. —John Post 13 i 68 

1 Fuller, Hiram M. 1 y t r. • o,n »a 

'^Fuller, William J. f ''■ ^- Davis... 240 56 
24*Graham, Robert L. — Joseph Me- 

Kee S,0lfi 83 

2'i Goldman, Ahram J.— M. L. Olenick 160 65 
2r Guedalia, Aaron — Leonard Fried- 
man 1,038 82 

28 Goldstein, Max J. — Isaac Heilbrou- 

ner ^77 14 

3HGiirdner, Mary— Bela M. Farnham. 33 27 

28 Gibbs, Edmund D.— E P. Johnson. 188 3) 

30 Griese, Frederick— D. A. McLeod... 317 15 

31 Gray, Edgar-O. C. Qairk 10 lO 

1 Gray, Adam— Fannie D. Whitfield.. 380 00 

l*Grofr, Alvin— Edward Michaelis 58 20 

1 Griffiths, John J.— W. H. Talbot . . . 923 94 

1 Giles, James H.— M. E. Giles 1,319 24 

1 Gamble, John K., as admr. of Eliza 

Gamble— F. C. Faller 1,.SP6 50 

25 Hogan, James— Henry Lindeiimeyr. 211 47 
25 Hutching, Walter T.— N. L. Thieblin 4,513 Oil 
25 Hantfche. Emil— George Hagemeyer 527 31 
27 Hovey. William, individ. and as exr. 

of Horence 6. Hovey— Mclinda R. 

Purdy, individ. aud as trustee 

27 Herzig, Gubtave— Joseph Ullmann. . 

28 HartJB, Fre'ierick, individ and as 

surviving member of G. & F. Hart- 

je— Amalla M. Citroen 

28 Henry. Catherine T.— Ellen Breunau 

28 Heilmann, Frederick-Rudolph Heil- 

mann 

29 Ueuduraon, Amy — Kate M. Rock- 

well costs 

29 Hutchins, Walter T.— J. N. White- 
house 

29 Harris, Abraham— Charles Lewis... 

29 Hatch, John R. — Isaac Stern 

29 Hoyt, Mary Irene— 8. N. Hoyt, as 

exr costs 

29 Huichiuson, James— W. H. Ken- 
nedy 

80 Herzig, Gustave— Joseph Ullmann.. 
1 Hudson, Blount — Louisiana Nat. 

Bank 

1 Hathaway, William N.— A. B. Lott 
1 Heck, John Ludwig — Louisa F. 

Heck 

1 Hubbard, Philip 8.— J. L. Cavanagh 
1 Hoad, Edward— Edward Michaelis. 
1 Huggins, John P.— T. H. O'Connor, 

as exr costs 

27 Istel, Isador C— Edward Steinberg. 
25 Jaburg, Charles— Albert Naef 

27 Jackson, Morris J.— P. E. Smith 

28 Jonasson, Meyer — Robert Mack 

38 Jones, William— Edward Sinmiona.. 

39 Jansen, Franz- John Olson 

35 Kelly, William H.— H. C. Pell 

27 Kuutz, Joseph— James Fay 

27 the game the same 

27 Knight, George C— Gold and Stock 

Telegraph Co 91 94 

37 Kelly, Patrick — O. 8. Daniels, as 

a,«signee 341 25 

27 Keene, James R.— Warner Van Nor- 

den costs 105 96 

27 Kfiuball, Eben— Christopher Postera 67 94 
27 Krouheim, Martin— 8. J. Raynor... 888 23 

29 Kellogg, Melville A.— Gulian Ross.. 328 00 
29 Kennedy. W. J. — Tradesmen's Nat. 

Bank, N. Y. Cit> 295 10 

1 Kalbach, John G.— Exeh. Printing 

Co 167 92 

1 Kelly, Henry J.— G. E, Ketcham. . . 168 72 

1 the same the same 100 30 

|;t Koehler, Adolph— C. A. Englo 45 .50 

1 Kertscher, Herman- F. S. Myers... 412 21 
25 Lewis, Edward J.— H. K. Burras... 1,399 20 
35 Lubbert, Frederick— H. C. Schrader 73 33 

27 Little, William McCarty, individ. 

and as exr. Augustus McCarty 

Little— DeW. C. Weeks costs 104 97 

28 Leonard, Henry K.— Frank D'Aulte, 

as admr 480 31 

38 Loughman, Charles V.— W. C. Ilsley ',33 99 
38 Little, William McCarthy, individ. 

and as exr. of Augustus McC. Llt- 
tle— D. C. Weeks. (Lien of Oct. 

1, 1886, restored by redocket) 4,261 13 

28 Lawton, Walter E.— New York Life 

Ine. aodTruBtCo.., ,.., 4,129 Vi 



100 18 
1,620 71 


3(6 47 
782 74 


982 93 


103 61 


647 51 

85 62 
134 16 


018 97 


108 .50 
5,040 88 


502 29 
75 42 


5,662 06 
190 81 

58 30 


91 75 
262 35 
1,002 59 
411 93 
160 30 
1.58 00 
172 09 
78 19 
323 15 
201 37 



29 Lowther, Sarah E.— G. W. Phllii)s.. 

29 Luthy, AdolpU-G. W.Washburn.. 

29 Lloyd, William M.— D. H. Corwin. 

20 L*^yi Louis P. I Petersburg Sav- 
Levy, Frances A. f ings and Ins. Co. 

29 Lubbert, Frederick— U. C. Schra- 
der 

29 Lesznowska, Pelagia— Joseph Ra- 
wicB 

20 the same Adolph Vietor 

29 Lugor, Jeremiah G.— Harriet N. Lu- 
gar 

29 Lisner, George— Joachim Maidhof.. 

liO the same Charles Heiden- 

heiraer 

1 Lavine, Clara Alice— J. C. Lavine. 

^■^M:l:;^tZi"l Thomas Deford.... 

25 Mandelbaum, William — Germania 

Bank City N. Y 

25 Montgomery Archibald Q. — J. N. 

Stearns 

27*Masten, James— Peter Ward 

27 Mitchell, Franklin B.— S. A. Cooper 

27 Mitchell, Hugh— Emanuel Katz 

37 Morelli Polifoute deRaffaele— Ullsso 

del fie Luigi Sainati and Ludovici 
d< I fle Guglielmo Montanelli .... 

28 Martinelli, Francefco— Fourth Nat 

Bank, City N. Y 

28 Mitchell, Robert-J. M. Hyde.. costs 

29 Martin, Howard— E. O. Thompson. . 
29 Miller, John H.— Isaac Hern 

29 Mayer, Max— H. S. Wyckoff 

SO Missing, Charles A.— Leslie Moore.. 
3(i*Meyer, 'Jharles— D. A. McLeod.... 

1 Meirtis, George— John Kalenbach 

costs 

1 Millf^r, Lizzie A.— E. W. Porkhurst, 

as extrx costs 

1 Milay, James— G. E. Ketcham 

1 Mure, Alfred H.— R. 8. Phillips.... 

1+Murphy, James 8.- Leo Steine 

1 Maccabe, Isaac J.— E. V. Loew 

1 Martinelli. Francesco— John Elsey.. 
37 Mclntire, John E.— F. B. Thurber.. 

27 Mcbermoti, Mary— Third Av" R. R. 

Co costs 

28 Mcintosh. Roberts.- J. E. Grady.. 

30 McFarland, Samuel G.— J. L. Mott 

Iron Works costs 

27 Nicholas, Anastasius— E. E. Roberta 

29 Nerefheimer, E. August — G. W. 

Washburn 

23 Nagle, Michael H.— 8. L. Hisner.... 

30 Noi ton, Mary Elizabeth — Patrick 

Farley 

25 O.sbome, Thomas— Luzerne Coal Co. 

28 O'Neill, Hugh— Mary T. Larkin.... 

29 O'Brien, James— T. L. Vickers 

29 Otterbourg, George J. — J. H. 

Young 

29 Owen, Joseph — Chase Nat. Bank, 

City New York 

27 PfatTmann, Martin — Tradesmen's 

Nat. Bank, N. Y. City 

27 Peyser. Samuel, as one Marshal City 

N. Y.— Sarah Goldman 

27 Pfaffmaun, Martin— George Ehret. 

27 the same the same 

27 Paige, Wilbur F— Columbia Bank.. 

27 Pfaffmaun, Martin— Nassau Bank.. 

28 Pentz, John C— W. E. Pierce 

„o Pfluger, Christopher I Columbia 
^ Pfluger, Frederick f Bank .... 
28 Pieper, Henry— Olga Luders 

28 Pondir, John— Henry Holthausen.. 

costs 

29 Parkinson, William— Simon Wolf. . 

29 Phelps, George W.— George Blair... 

30 Pienkowska, Cecilia — Joseph Ra- 

wicz 

30 Ihetame Adolph Vietor 

.30 Pape, Wilhelmiua— Max Loweustein 
30 Post, Eugene J.— A. L Evans 

1 Perry, John T.— D. C. Silleck 

1 the same the same 

29 Quinn, John— A. E. Massnian 

29 Quaseck. William— E. T. Tefft 

34*Kyan, Abraham H.— Joseph McKee. 

27 Ross, Jacob— Benedict Fischer 

27 Ross, Alexander— W. P. Hodson.... 

27 Rugg, Datus B.— James Scbiele 

27 Rubin, Harris— Henry Emrii-h 

27 the same F. J. Rennekamp.. 

27 the fame Hyman Goldstein. . 

27 the same Eitie Goldstein . . 

28 Root, Samuel C— Horace Inge'soll. 
28 Robbins, Josephine— B. B. Higgins. 
28 Rushlauder, Moses— J. W. C. Seavey 
38 RoRsmau, Abraham — Ouillaume 

Vandenhove 

30 Roberts, John H.— F. P. Osborn.... 
30 the same the same 

1 Rubin, Harris— Conrad Eckhoidt... 

1 Ross, Philip— Isaac Cooper 

1 Randall, Laura 8.— M. P. Grillin.... 

1 Rechlin, Gustave A.— W. H. Talbot. 

1 Richards, Frank B.— R. C. Cornell . 

35 Schwab, Moses— H. W. Elder, as 

admr 

25*8tadelmann, Emil— Albert Naef 

25 Startup, J. William 1 Gilbert* Bar- 
Startup, James H. | ker Mfg Co. 
HcoQeld, Gerrit 8. 



Scolield, Frank M. 



H. D. Wiufor. 



27 Snyder, Henry C— C. H. Tyson .... 
37 Schluer, John W.— Benedict Fischer 
27 Slocovich, George-J. F. McBride.. 

37 Sigel, Harras- Morris Sigel 

Q7 Steiner, Robert L. I rv r> tt 
£ Steiner, Edmund V. \ ^' ^' ^°"°3 



Ot 37 
283 79 
461 43 

2,247 97 

73 22 

.321 10 
201 00 

631 83 
571 63 

237 06 

64 22 

1,016 96 

726 31 

139 U 

180 50 
99 II) 
56 17 



S92 56 

776 78 
88 96 
14! 98 
215 .38 
115 04 
650 33 

317 15 

98 31 

93 01 
100 30 

340 96 

38 55 

298 20 

401 76 

79 .35 

KO 03 
498 65 

77 6 ! 
5,S0J 76 

283 79 
444 59 

681 40 

292 70 
1.815 V4 
2,240 76 

137 36 

0,993 (-0 

360 10 

478 97 

1,502 40 

2S1 22 

701 04 

318 30 
2,0l9 53 

3,030 85 
171 36 

95 15 
178 36 
19 61 

331 10 
201 69 
2(U S8 

178 02 
8,688 10 
3,01(1 97 

268 98 
80 04 

3,0(6 83 
95 28 
1.59 99 
160 09 
2SI8 84 
!:88 84 
722 84 
562 .-U 
li)0 or, 

1,116 70 
176 65 

013 33 
115 88 
115 99 

179 16 
422 44 

32 87 

V£i 94 

80 39 

3,2M 17 
1,102 59 

84 39 
741 96 

143 89 

322 19 

25 50 

978 58 

3T5 74 



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28 Schermerhorn, Elizabeth A. — L. M. 

Palmer 11,462 49 

28*3tewart, Samuel— E. C. Ripley 41) fi8 

28 Rolomon, Mayer— J. K. Meade 292 84 

28 Rtart, John— A. C. Snow 88 R9 

29 Shaw, William B.— G. A. Cox 77 B4 

29 Starin, Myndert— F. J. Allen 136 B8 

S9 Stickel, Frederick — Bamuel Loug- 

man 940 96 

Bendzemir, Julian ] 

on Sendzemii-, Stanislaw | Joseph 
"" Sendzemir, Stanislaw (2) j Rawicz 331 10 

Sendzemir, Branielaw ) 

30 the same Adolph Vietor 20] 69 

3) Sharp, Richard— B. G. Dovey.. costs 26 20 
30 Stradley, Beniamin — AugUftine 

Smith 802 09 

80 Schlupr, John W.— John Guth 349 46 

1 Stadlinger, Peter— Maria Moehring. 6i'S 26 
1 Summerhayes, Sarah— J. T. Wiggins 1,407 70 
29 Smith, Marcus B -Charles Blauvelt 163 88 
29 Smith, Philetus, Jr.— C. F. Partridge 

costs 941 42 

27 Thomas, Charles 0. —Couper Milling 

Co 293 HI 

27 TurnbuU, James— Columbia Bank.. 73 77 

29 Thompfon, Charlotte S., as guard, 
for Helena D. Jones and others- 
Anna B. Dolson, by 'guard... costs 55 00 
29 Terry, Samuel H.-C. F. Partridge 

costs 941 43 
89 Tompkins," 'william'c.—iJ.'H. An- 
derson 258 08 

29 Thein, Philip-Robert Hill 88 25 

30 Tillingbast, Philip— Charles Parker 487 50 
SO Theiss, Jacob B.— Lewis Samuels. . . 1,194 85 
29+Thorn, James — H. A. Nelson, as 

receiver. ... 2.55 98 

•1 Taterka, Max— David Mayer 255 95 

1 Tiedt, Louis W.— F. S. Myers 413 21 

25 The Empire Horse & Cattle Owners' 
Mut. Benefit Soc, N. Y.— Albert 
Metz 192 59 

27 The British & Foreign Marine Ins. 

Co. (Lim.)— Cornelius Vandercook. 311 28 

27 the tame Elihu M. WUbur... 373 98 

27 The New York & Baltimore Trans- 
portation Co.— Frances Schwerds- 
leger costs 103 07 

87 Columbia Jurist Publishing Co.— 

Kmma J. Corning 501 67 

27 The Elephant Building Co.— Daniel 

Ryan 92 80 

17 The New Home Sewing Machine Co. 

—Ann Engelson 26 22 

27 The Mayor, &c. — Jacob Scholle, 

asexr 677 86 

28 The Manhattan Magazine Co.— J. N. 

HaUock coste 39 23 

28 Olmstead Electric Light and Power 

Co.— P. W. Page 263 33 

28 Poultney Slate Works — Edward 

Holmes 897 71 

28 Fifth Av. Transportation Co.— M. 

H. Oppenheim 250 91 

29 The Live Stock Owners' Mut. Bene- 

fit Assoc, N. Y.-J. N. Holden. . . 26 33 

29 The Nat. Opera Co.— Henry Littleton 1,214 78 

30 The Metropolitan Elevated Railway 

Co.-S. H. Kneeland cost 80 87 

30 the same Charles Dugan and 

others costs 115 77 

80 The Board of Fire Commissioners 

City N. Y.— John McCabe. . . costs 135 47 
30 The XJ. 8. Land and Investment Co. 

-O. C. Quirk ISO 00 

30 The Mayor, &c.— Star Pub. Co 10,100 00 

1 The Edmiston & WaddellCo.-E. H. 

Bateman 3,315 71 

1 Specialty Button Co.— Charles Sied- 

ler 2,527 99 

1 the same J. 8. Stanton 571 60 

1 Avery Machine Co.— J. Van V. Ol- 

cott 936 87 

1 Independent Granite Co. — C. F. 

Mairs 4,518 82 

87 Vavian, George W.— H. M. Herr- 

man 120 87 

28 Vermilya, Peter B.— C. R Gulick. :. 63 50 

Von Taube, Gustave 1 CamUle de 
1 Von Taube, Nathalie )■ Jauon, as 

d'Oremieulx J extrx.... 3,685 86 

24 White, Frank N.— Joseph McKee... 3,006 83 

25 Wilson, WiUiam— J. D. OttiweU.... 42 25 
25 Walsh, John P.— Henry Kramer. ... 108 1 
27 Williams, Seneca D.—W. H. Hall.. 47 87 

27 Washburn, Henry L.— Tribune As- 

soc 412 7 

£8 Wagonhoffer, John— H. C. Snow... 88 8 ' 

28 Wilfhusen, John- Coluu.biaBank.. 2,03( 85 

29 Whitford, James C— J. M. Nixon.. 116 19 

29 Ward, Charles H.— Gulian Ross. . . . 328 uo 

30 Wemple, Charles E.— Tradesmen's 

Nat.,Bank. New York 1,100 84 

30 Williams, Perry P.— Maurice Moore 

costs 8t 62 

30 Wisniowski, Anton— W. C. Boylan. 341 76 
30 Watts, James— Michael Madden, costs 8iJ ( 

1 Wall, E. Berry— B. B. Higgins 121 70 

1 Ward, Irving — William Gould 46 60 

29 Zarilla, Joseph— Pasquale Cellilo .... 27 25 



KINGS COCJfTT. 

June 

27 Aldridge, Frederick — E. W. Aid- 
rich $228 47 

29 Ainslie, George H.— First Nat. Bank, 

Brooklyn 879 36 

29 Andresen, John C— E. Liefeld 1,(95 65 

30 Andrews. William— Beck & Runk. . 157 74 

24 Briody, Hugh-E. D. Phelps 4.53 86 

24 Bauer,- George— L. Btutz 279 84 

?9 Bierds, WUpam H.-H, C, More, , . - 78 78 



29 Bordel, Antoine — R. J. Hoquet, 

admr 1,635 89 

29 Blatt. Frederick— E. Liefeld 1,095 65 

25 Crawford. James R.— J. W. Cleland. 2fiO 17 

25 Cook, William P.— M. Hopkins 67 09 

Conlon, Edward and 1 . q o___ 

38 Elizabeth, and }■ %„„STf'°' « oaq 70 

Clyne, John H. f Receiver. 6,369 70 

38 thesame the same 8,755 29 

29 Coleman, Frederick W. — North 

River Bank I,2fi0 86 

89 Cassidy, John— Sophie G. Parker. . . 1,331 78 

87 Dooley, Edward J.— Leavy & Brit- 

ton Brewing Co 519 82 

29 De Whitridge, William A.— E. Horn- 

bostel 534 27 

go Darrogh, Edward A., and ) E. Ver- 

-'^ Darrogh, Annie F. ( ity... 75 46 

35 Foster, Frank E.— J. H. Tracy 60 20 

28 Finn, Thomas— C & E. Bchlesinger. 148 55 

27 Gans, Julia— T. Burr 43 20 

28 Greene, Henry— L. Williams 133 53 

'^^ Goldman, Samuel— Mason & Swain. 76 87 

29 Gee, George P.— F. A. Farley, trus- 

tee 29 !0 

24 Hawxhurst, Elbert W.— H. B. Whit- 
tier 178 99 

27 Heywood, Robert— J. Loughran 32 0) 

39 Huchet, George A.— H. Sturm 231 02 

29 Hurley, Thomas J. — North River 

Bank 1,260 86 

27 Johnson, Joseph M. — E. P. Gleason 

Mfg. Co 81 98 

24 King, Charles E.— R. Alton Height. 368 86 

25 Kelly, James— N. McCallum 476 59 

27 Knubel Herman— H. C. Webb 39 60 

29 Kellogg, Melville A.— G. Ross 328 00 

29»Kalt, Francis J.— E. Hornhostel. . . . 524 87 

88 Lee, William B. — A. 8. Swan, 

recvr 1,688 31 

89 Lebenstein, Joseph — A. H. Still- 

^^11 25 65 

27 Morgan',' Joseph F.—j' T.' As'cli! ..'.'. 85 83 

28 McCormick, Ruth and James J. — J. 

Johnson, Jr 173 10 

29 McNamee, Patrick— J. McNamee. . . 86 98 
29 Miller, Charles B.— S. Williams.... 60 35 
27 O'Neil, James — Leavy & Britten 

Brewing Co 519 83 

35 Pearce, William— H. B. Niles 185 39 

27 Powers, Walter— D. E. Donovan. . . . 530 22 
27 Pfefferkorn, Daniel and Doralhy — 

E. J. Glover 99 75 

25 Reardon, William F.— P. Barker... 186 16 
87 Redfield, Henry W. — Mechanics' and 

Traders' Bank, Brooklyn 1,185 97 

29 Rogers, William H. H.— M. J. Mc- 

Carragher 84 97 

24 Shea, Timothy— Mary Hickey 509 73 

27 Stivers, Randel— R. McCormick.... 3,305 66 
27+Schnaderbeck, " Edward" — WiH- 

iamsburgh Brewing Co 330 11 

28 Summerhayes, Sarah— J. T. Wig- 

gins 1,407 70 

29 Sullivan, John F.— C. H. Reynolds. 84 57 

29 Schooner, Herman— B. P. Conklin.. 75 79 

30 Shaw, WUliam B.— G. A. Cox 77 34 

24 The City of Brooklyn— W. Burlow.. 39 25 

34 thesame C.M.Patterson 72 92 

24 the same A. Schimmel 106 40 

29 The P. Kcherer Co.— North River 

Bank 1,260 86 

29 The Atlantic Avenue R. R. Co.— T. 

Holmes, infant 15,117 82 

39 The Brooklyn City Railroad Co.— A. 

H. Detjen 130 47 

84 Westenberger, John— M. Christen- 

sen 194 79 

85 Walsh, Gerrald— N. MeCaUum.... 476 59 
Wright, Edgar E. 1 

28 Wright, Philemon \j. Warfield .. 80 11 
Wright, Ryerson C. ) 

38 Waitzfelder, S. L.— J. P. Morris 211 09 

29 Whitridge, William A. De— E. Horn- 

hostel 534 87 

29 Ward, Charles H.— G. Ross 328 CO 



SATISFIED JUDGHEKTS. 

NEW YORK. 
June 25 to July 1— inclusive. 

Adams, Mary A.— J. H. V. Arnold, as as- 
sigoee. (1887) 

Appleby, Jeho A.— Walter Silsbe. (1867) .... 

Beck, Charles C ^Julius Somborn. (1881).. 
Same S. T. Valentine. (1885) 

Benner, Mary S. | Frances H. Du- 

BoDta, Frank M., as exrs. f clos. (1887)... 

Same same. (1887) 

Same same. (1687) 

Barrett, William— Edward McManus. (1887) 

Burke, William F.— T. F. Eagaa. (1887) 

Beckenbaugh, William B.— J. R. Igelstrom. 
(1876) 

Black. Josephine H. and William T.— Ho- 
mcBopathic Mut. Life Ins. "Co. (1887).... 

Bailey, James— W. C. Young. (1887i 

(Joyle, John— Mary Held, extrx. (1887) 

*Cox, George A.— W. B. Shaw. (1887) 

De Courcy, Ann and Dennis— J. K. Spratt. 
(1887) 

Dugean, Mortimer-Augusta Hampe, admrx. 
(1886) 

*Dam, Andrew J.— L. A. Dunn. (1887) 

§Eno, Amos F.— C. T. Christensen. (1883).... 

Fogg, William W.—vr. R. Claflin. (18 6) ... 
Same same. (1885) 

Franklin, Henrietta— Jacob Schepsky. ('85) 

Foote, George F.— James Beggs. (18871 

Frohman, Marx- Richard Lindsay. (1887) . 

Same Gra-e Lindsay, by her guard, ad 

Utem. (1887) 

Foley, John R.— J. B. Igelstrom. (1875) 

Godillot, Alexis. Jr. I H. J. Taeodstikfab- 

tGates. Jacob S )' briekker. (1887)... . 

HammersteiD, Malvina— N. Y. Metal Ex- 
change. (18S6) ■. . . 

Hughes, w. Ha«tibg6-B. Waesermao. (1867) 



$357 14 
366 99 
183 11 
144 M 



685 81 
1,342 17 
2,913 07 

306 10 
6U 50 


8,468 78 


48 38 
105 83 

83 17 
i3;i 65 


837 63 


3,4^6 69 

1,169 la 

11,398 10 

1,1 36 80 

1,495 47 

220 68 

659 73 

85 39 


85 39 
2,4(!8 78 


81 30 


213 ffl 



Bame— H. W. Schroeder. (1887) 182 79 

Same D.R.Willis. (1887) 113 68 

Same S.W.Ham. (1687) 112 83 

Same F. & M. Schaeter. (1887) 11167 

Hammerstein, Os(^r — Mitcliel Valentine, as 

exr (1886) 131 0.5 

John, Charles— Frederick Sch'ilemann. ('87) 320 97 
Jordan, John W., a3 Marehal— ilary Reid, 

extrx. (1887) 83 17 

Karat. John D , Jr.— Augusta Hampe, as 

admrx. (1886) 3,456 69 

LIppe, Theresa— Christopher Mooney. ('81). 1,493 28 

Loughran, Charles— George Latz. (1887) . 114 5) 

Lennon, William F.— George Sieburg. ('87). 67 75 
L. B. Smith Rubber Co. — Jane Holland, 

0687) 484 14 

Miriinda, Fernando— Wm. De Leeuw, ('82) . 265 24 
Mode, Philip, an infant— Brotidway & Seventh 

AvB. B. Co. (1887) 11155 

tMilne, William, as exr. of Wm. Wilson- 
Ann M. Deen. (1887) 660 17 

Martin, Mary Kate— J. F. Crane. (1886) . . . 627 01 
Moses, Simon and Dora, as exrs. of Caroline 

Rosenfleld- Jacob Wallach. (1881) 2,648 61 

Mayor and Aldermen, &c, — John Loehr. 

('887) 316 6S 

Same J S. Warren, (1S87) 95 95 

Same W. A. Cauldwell. (1887) 67 82 

Same B. E. Sayre, (1887) 139 B6 

Same— Sophia Graffe. (1887) 1-33 91 

Same Richard Koprner. (1887) 2,76il 92 

Same Barbara Simermeyer. (1887) ... 143 07 

Same J. W. Crump. (1887) 6,000 00 

Navati, Mansueto— Mary Beid, extrx. ('87). 88 17 

Nicholas, George S — B. Wasserman 143 98 

Same H. W. Schroeder (i887) 122 79 

Same D. R. Willis. (1887) 113 68 

Same S. W Ham 112 f 3 

Same F. & M. Schaef er. (1887) 1 1 1 67 

O'Halloran, Dennis W. — A. B. Johnson. 

(18%) 268 03 

Purdy, Charles M.— Hugh Donahoe, (1887),. 68 23 

Paine. William L,—0 T, Barney. (1887).... 620 84 
Purdy, A. Belmont— F. & M. Schaefer Brew- 

ingCo. (1887) 11167 

Same B. Wasserman l-'3 93 

Same H. W. Schroeder 12! 79 

Same D. B. Willis 113 68 

Same S.W.Ham 112 83 

Perkins, Mary J.— Hf man Clark, (1887),,.. 922 26 

Root, Henry A.— D. W. Bruce, exr, (1887)... 821 71 

Ritter, George W.—S J. Joyce. (18851 ,. 109 69 

Sewell, Frederiok B —Heman Clark. (1887). 9.2 25 

Schorske, Albert— Chris. Mooney. (1881)..,. 1,498 28 

St, John, Hannah— R. M, Bowne, exr, (1885). 61 98 
gSlatterv, Patrick H.— Matthew Anderson. 

(1887).. 127 50 

*Steiner, Robert L. and Edmund N.— D. B. 

Young, (1887) 286 90 

*Same same (1887) 286 90 

Smith, Frank E.— Albert Wagner. (1883).. 7i3 88 

Same Green Wright, (I881) 4.'i7 88 

Same W, H, Schmohl, ('836) 898 80 

Tillotson, Henry B,—H.C, Dart. (18 '7) 614 80 

tlburber, Horace K land i H. Jolsens Faend- 
Francis B. !■ stikfabrickker.. 

Whylaud, Albert E. ) (1887) 8130 

Vinton, John D, and Walter— G. T. Mont- 
gomery (1887) 402 79 

Vernam. Williams,— W.H Daily. (1837),., 313 36 
Willi-, Harriett B,, admrx,— Sarah J. Smyth, 

(1883) 9J 92 

Same same. (1881) 153 75 

Same same. (1882) 96 76 

Walter, Horace C , as surviving partner— H. 

M Piatt, exr. (18 4) 1,075 26 

Webster Mica Co,— Merchant's Nat. Bank of 

CityN Y. (1885) 1,072 14 

* Vacated by order of Court. + Secured on Appeal. 
tReleased. S Reversed J Satisfied by Execution. 
** I>i8Charge(f by going through bankruptcy. 



KINGS COTXNTY. 

June 26 to July 1— inclusive. 

Crumm»y, Harry N. — George H. Mills. 

(1885) 131 

Same same. (1880) 92 

Felgenhauer, Antoi ia I Getting & Hin- 

Felgenhauer, Edmund ( man, (1867) 133 

Falk, Tillie. au iiifant, by Morliz Weil, 

guard,, &c,— L,, I, Ice Co. (1886) 125 

Flandrou, William H.— E. Schell, admr. 

(1880 11- 

Same same. (1881) 71 

Grass, Andrew— F. Bechtel. (1835.) (Exe- 
cution.) 47 

Howes, MeUssa A. I Louise M. Stenton, 

Hi.wes, Leander T, ( (1885) 378 

John, Charles— F. Schulemann. (1887) 320 

Bellini; Louise ^D.Obermeyer. (1886) 775 

Kelling, Louise— Anna Gallaway. (1887)... 81 
Lambard. James A.— Brooklyn City & New- 
town R, B Co. (1687) 166 

The Manhattan Railway Co.— B. Kare. ('87). 876 

Utlt-y, William R.— F. H. Smith. (1883) 174 

Weil, Joseph and Max— S. Baum. (1878). . . . 1.045 



92 



MECHANICS' LIENS. 

NEW TOEK CITY. 

June 

25 Union av, e s, 26,6 s Home st, 25x105. 
Charles Sass agt N. Y. Wood Turning Co., 
owner, and Joel E. Skidmore, contraoior. $25 00 

35 Third av. No. 71. e s, .'0.7 n 11th st, 26xlu9. 
Jacob Schwoerer agt Elias Wolf, owner, 
and Herman Langenhof , contractor ICO 00 

25 Ninety-second st, n e cor Lexington av, 150 

xlOO. John J. Smith agt Welch Bros., 
owners, and Patrick O'Neil, sub-con- 
tractor, and H. McEroy , contractor 57 00 

26 Av B, No. 183, e s, 103.3 s lath st, 17 2x72. 

John Sweeney agt Thomas Young, owner 

and contractor 320 60 

27 Third av. n e cor 05th st. 100x100. Welcome 

A Haight agt James and Mrs. Mary 
O'Hare, owners and contractors 127 00 

27 Same property. Edward June agt same... 53 00 

27 One Hundred and Twenty-tlrst street, n s, 
450 w 7th av, 225xlii0.lt. Patrick Henues- 
sy agt William F. McEntee and William 
O'Connor, debtors and owners 1,1C0 00 

27 Seventieth st, s s, 100 w West End av, 16 8x 
11 0. Charles M. O'Connor agt Hannah 
E Fonner, owner, and James 8. Fonner, 
contractor 62 23 

27 Lexington av, n w cor 107th st, 7.5x100. 
gemcin Escbe & Co. »gt Jane B. and B 



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30 



Muxlow, owners, and J. D. McOown, con- 
trai'fori 46190 

One Hundred and Twentv-third 8t, n w cor 
8'h av, 100.1x60. Phillips & Cooney agt 
Daniel T. Atwood, reputed owner and 
contractnr 514 00 

Ninth av. No. 732, e 9. 100 s f.Oih st, 2.5x100. 
John Mohan aift Martin Senger, owner, 
and Thomas Feeley, contractor 15 OC 

First av,Nos. 1160-1 16(, e«, SS.S s 641h st, 75 
xSl. Herman Haraann aet Henry Gim- 
pel, owner, and Herman C. Kinkei, con- 
tractor S3 70 

Market st. No. 72. e «, 100.4 n Cherry st. 84.6 
x85. Joacbim Klorr^s agt Catherine Wal- 
lace, owner, and Frank Meik, contractor. 41 12 

Tenth av, s e cor IH8th st, VS.vlOO.ll. Abra- 
ham Steers asfc Francis Simmons, lessee, 
and Ferdinand Wolftersdorff, contractor. 291 20 

Clinton st. No. 228, e s. 75 s Monroe st, 3Sx 
100. Frederick Haines agt Abraham F. 
Silverstore, reputed owner, and Gerhard 
Kurth, contractor 68 60 

Same property. John Brecht agt same 48 CO 

Same property. Joseph Kurth agt same. .. 36 00 

Same property. John Hoiz agt same 14 00 

Sime property. Arnold Meile agt same ..- 82 50 

FortT-second st, No. 11 E.. bet 5th and Mad- 
ison avs, August C. Schwager agt Will- 
iam B. Lynch & Co., agents, and John H. 
Gaul*, contractor 250 00 

Seventy-flrst st, s s, 250 e 9th av, 60x100. U. 
S. Dynamite Co. agt John Ruddell, owner, 
and David C. Hanfield, contractor 155 88 

Ninth av, a e cor lOIst st, 76.6x74. D. R. De 
Wolf & Co. agt Richard B. Disbrow, owner 
and contractor 164 01 

One Hundred and Eighty-eighth st, extdg. 
from lOLh av to Harlem River, 500x2>. 
Ferdinand WollTeredorff agt Frances Sim- 
mons, lessee and contractor . 880 00 

North Brothers Inland, n e a. Thomas H. Mc- 
Cracken agt The Mayor, Aldermen, ,S:c., 
owners, and Frederick Conklin, sub-con- 
tractor, and Charles B. Trimble, con- 
tractor 17 50 

James st, w s, 25 n Oak st, 26x75. John Mc- 
MahonagtF McQivly, owner, and Will- 
iam J. Flanagan, contractor 12 OO 



KINGS CPriVTY. 

June 

24 Smith st, w 8, 50 n Orinnell st, 50x100. South 

Brooklyn Saw Mill Co. agt John McWill- 

iam and George E. Beck $1,800 00 

», Cooper pi, w s, 98 8 Herkimerst, 69x98 I 

Howard av, e s, 98 s Herkimer st, 69x98. . f 
James Bines agt Julianna Kempf and 
Je3<e Lung 760 00 

25 Dean st, n s, 400 e Albany av, 40x107.8, 

.Owen McEnneny agt Penelope and Will- 
iam Middleton 48 60 

25 President st and 5th av, indeft. See lien. 
William Lynch agt Daniel Buc^ ley and 
George R. Lyons 54 00 

25 Bridge st, e s, 89 s Nassau st, 25x100. James 
Wakefield agt John O'Brj-an, owner, and 
Michael O'Bryan, contractor 7 75 

25 Ninth st, bet 6th and 6th avs, 35.9x100. 
Hobby & Doody agt Henry L Spicer, ex- 
tractor, and Edward P. Darf and Henry 
L Spicer, owners 397 38 

27 Central av, n e s, 25 s e Ralph st, 40xlC0. 
Chris. Siemers agt Michael Kessler, con- 
tractor, and Wilson & Kuben, owners 24 00 

27 Saratoga av, w s, 100 s Sumpter st, ySxKO. 
Charles Heiland agt Catharine Molloy, 
owners, and Charles Truax, contractor. . . 26 00 

27 Bergen st, Nos. 25 and 27, n s, 60 w Boerum 
pi, 40x60. John J. Gallagher agt Nels P. 
Freeberg, owner and contractor 2,055 CO 

27 Lexington av, n s, 260 w Rnid av, 100x100. 
Aaron Almstrom agt Thomas Ellson, 
owners and contractors 412 50 

29 Bedford av. No. 35ii. Bruchhauser & 
Doenecke agt George H. Meyer, owner, 
and William Cooper, contractor 675 00 

29 Atlantic av, n e cor Adams st, 50x55. Kunz- 
weiler & Co. agt Louis Ridley and Charles 
Liebacher, owner, and Charles Liebacher, 
contractor 75 00 

29 President st, Nos. 800-S08. Israel Y. Coch- 

ran agt Patrick Sheridan, owner, and 

Owen Ward, contractor 94 00 

30 Lexington av. n s, 255 w Reid av, I:i3xl00. 

Edward Haley agt Thomas Ellson 1,400 00 

July 
I Rockaway av, w s, 27 s St. Marks av, 25x100. 

Charles Truax agt John McCaffery 25 CO 



SATISFIED MECHANICS' LIENS. 

NBW YOFK CITY. 

June 

28 Ninth av. n w cor 60th st. Buffalo Door & 
Sash Co. agt L. Steinhardt & Son. (Lien 

tiled June 3, 1887) $4,472 65 

28 Sixth or Elwood av, w s, 145 n Fordham 
Landing, 76x85. Miller & Tompkins agt 

Oceana A. Bancroft. (May 12, 1B87) 1,583 82 

98 Siith av. No. 1983-1989, w s. Peter Theiss 
and Louis Trueg agt Silas M. Styles. 

(April 16. 1887) 314 07 

30,'iNineiy-fir3t st, n s, 425 e 9th av, 1C7.1 1 

ft trout. I 

9Jd st, s 8, 400 e 9th av, 188.10 ft front. ) 

Anna hi, Guilfoyle. admrx , agt Dore 

Lyon. (June 24, ItST) 1,343 25 

July 

1 Tenth av. e s, 50 n KSl st, 68x100. James 
T. Barry agt Frederick and Mary Schmidt. 

r June 27, 1887) 1 262 30 

1 Watts st. No. 2C, n s, 25 ft front. William 
Tho opson agt Charles Horrey. (June 15, 

1886) 34 OO 

1 Warren st. No. 72, n s, 76 w College pi. 1 

College pi, Nc. 62, w 8, 101.11 n War- y 

ren st. ) 

Charles W. Moller & Son agt E. A. Cruit- 

shank and Frank W. Moore. (June 9 

1887) 7534 

I Ninety-sixth st, n s, 160 w 3d av, 75x100. 
Patrick Hogan agt Delia and John Tracy. 

(June 28, 1887) 660 00 

1 Same property. Same agt same. (June 

„27,1887) 500 00 

1 Same property. John and Michael Colleran 

agt Delia Tracy. Uune 18, 1S-5T) 8,000 CO 

Dtecharged by order of Coun by depoeiting with 
Clerk ihe sum Of $l,6sNi,is, ' ' , 



KINGS COUNTY. 

June 

S5 Bayav, s s, 25 e Van Sinderen av, 150x100. 
William H. Waldron agt Augustus B. 
Pettit. (June 10, 1887) $95 60 

25 Same propertv. Ernst F. Sutterlin agt 

same. (March 7, 1887) 1,030 00 

25 Clason av, e s, 80 s Douglass st, 20x100. Ed- 
ward J. Curtin agt Henry Michaelsonand 
William J. Curtln. (April 9, 1885) 524 21 



BUILDINGS PROJECTED. 



The first name is that of the owner; ar't stand 
for architect, m'n for mason and 6> for builder. 



NEW YOEK CITY. 

BOUTH OP I4TH STREET. 

Broad st, Noa. 96 and 98, one flvestoi-y brick 
store, 43.8 and 44.1x63 and 53.5 irreg., tile roof- 
cost, $35,000; J. 8. Davidson, 244 West 45th st- 
ar't, E. T. Littell. Plan 1300. 

Bank st, s e cor West st, one five-story and 
cellar brick factory, 86 and 81x73.8, gravel roof; 
cost, abt if 50,000; Enoch Morgan's Kons Co. 23 
Park pi; ar'ts, Jno. B. Snook & Sous; b'r, not 
selected. Plan 13J4. 

Houston st, n s, 120 e Goerck st, one two-story 
brick stable, 60x78 and 88, tin roof; cost, ^3,0;)0; 
R Bohm, 302 Broome st; ar't, Wm. Graul. Plan 
1311. 

Stanton st. No. 317, one five-story and cellar 
brick tenem't, 25x65, tin roof; cost, J15,000; 
Henry Breunich, 58 Cannon st; ar't, E. W. Oreis. 
Plan 1303. 

Birmingham st, Nos. 8 and 10, two six-story 
brick tailoring establishments, 29 10x38, tin 
roofs; cost, each, $12,000; Lewis Krulewitch, 16 
Norfolk st; ar't, A. Munch. Plan 1331. 

Cherry st, No. 266, one two story brick stable 
and storage, 14x16, tin roof; cost, $4.50; J G 
Keys. 19 West 127th st; m'ns, D. C. Weeks & Son! 
Plan 1332. 

East Broadway, No. 258, two six story brick 
tenem'ts, 23x50.6, tin roofs; cost, total, $30,(00; 
Julius Gross, 169 East 60th st; ar't, Wm. Graul.' 
Plan 1341. 

10th st. No. 255 E., one six-story brick tene- 
ment and stores, 25x83, tin roof; cost, $20,o00; 
Matthew Sonneberg, on premises ; ar't, G. B Pel- 
hani. Plan 1.136. 

BETWEEN 14th AND 59TH BT8. 

37th st, n s, 74 w 11th av, one five-story brick 
tenem't, 26x39.5, tin roof; cost, $11,700; Peter 
McGirr, 457 11th av; ar'ts, Thom & Wilson. Plan 
1295. 

10th av, n; w cor" 54th st, one flvestory brick 
tenem't, 25.5x71, tin roof ; cost, $16,000; Herman 
Schutte, 343 Canal st; ar'ts, Thon- & Wilson; b'r, 
not selected. Plan 1297. 

25th st, Nos. 304 and 306 E., two five story 
brick tenem'ts, 18.9 and 35x81 and 85.3, tin roofs; 
cost, $15,000 and $30,000; George Bruestle, 433 1st 
av; ar'ts, Berger & Baylies. Plan 1313. 

3">th st, Nos. 4i6 and 438 W., two five-story 
brick and stone tenem'ts, 25x87.6, tin roofs; cost, 
each, $19,000; ow'r and b'r, E. D. Bertiue, 350 
West 4Sth st; ar'ts. Ungrich & Hausemann. Plan 
1326. 

57th bt. No. 165 W., one four-story and base- 
ment brick and stone dwell'g, 20.9x73, tin and tile 
roof; cost, $35,010; Louis de Bebian, 22 East 7c d 
st; ar't, Bassett Jones; m'ns, B. Blackledge & 
Son. Plan 1338. 

1st av, w s, 5'i s 44th st, one three-story brick 
stable and lofts, 25x80, tin roof; cost, $10,000; 
Dennis Harrington, 149 East 45th st, and John 
Harrington, 313 East 43d st; ar't, B. E. Lowe 
Plan 1331. 

loth av, w 6, 53d to 54th st, one four story brick 
stable, 200. 10x475 and 450 ; cost, $150,000; Central 
Park, North & East River Railroad Co. ; ar'ts D 
& J. Jardine. Plan 1313. 

55th st, No. 154 W., one three story brick and 
stone stable, &c., 31.3x95, tile and tin »roof ; cost, 
$18,000; C.T. Barney 10 East 55th st;ar't, Bas- 
sett Jones. Plan 1313. 

BETWEEN 59th AlfD IZSTH 8TBKE18, BABI OF 

.5th avenue. 

92d st, s s, 60 e Madison av, one three-story and 
basement brick and stone dwell'g, 21x54 and 60 
tin roof; cost, tU.OOO; Philip Braender, 112 East 
86th st; ar't, Wm. Graul. Plan 1316. 

93d st, 8 8, 81 e Madison av, five three-story and 
basement brick and stone dwell'gs, 17.9 and 20x 
54, tin roofs; cost, each, $11,000; ow'r and ar't 
same as last. Plan 1317. 

93d st, s s, 118 e Madison av, one three story 
and basement bi ick and stone dwell'g, 18x54, tin 
roof; cost, $11,000; ow'r and ar't, same as last 
Plan 1318. 

9Mst, Nos. 114, 116 and 118 E., two five-story 
brick flats, 39.6x89.6; cost, each, $28,000; Cath- 
erine E. Reunet; ar't, J. Kastner. Plan 1320. 

llSih st, 8 e cor Madison av, two five-story 
brick flats with stores, 19 6 and 25.6x72 and 96 II ■ 
cost, total, $47,000; Hollister & Friedline; ar'ts' 
A. B. Ogden & Son. Plan 1322. 

120lh st, n s, 73 e 3d av, one four-story brick 
tenem't and store with terra cotta trimmings, 27 
and 20x50 and 43, tin roof; cost, $8,000; J. C. 
Kimme, 2203 3d av ; ar'ts, Hornum Bros. I'lan 
Xol9. 

63d st, 8" 8, 359 w.lst av, one-story brick coal- 
yard and twostory brick oflice. 2*i'lO and 99 6x 
100 and 78, tin roofs; cost, $7,500; Isaac Good 

stein, 193 East ;Broa4 way, ar't, F. Ebeling 
Plan ISSO, 



115th st E., foot, one twostory brick generator 
house, 96x38.4, iron and slate roof; cost, $12,150; 
Standard Gas Light Co , W. C. Andrews, Pres 
ident, 2 East 67th st. Plan 1339. 

Madison av, Nos, 1724, 1726 and 1728, three 
five-storv brick tenem'ts, 17x86.6. tin roofs; cost, 
each, $16,101); W. J. Gessner, 1723 Madison av; 
ar'ts, Schneider & Herter. Plan 1334. 
between 59th and 125th stbeets, west of 
8th avenue. 

9th av, s w cor 91si st, three flve-story brick 
tenem'ts, 25.8 and 37.6x96 and 83.4, tin roofs; cost, 
each, $34,000; O. C. Feiris, 703 Madison av; ar't, 
W. B. Tutliill. Plan 1307. 

9th av, e s, 50 8 n 84th st, two five-story stone 
tenem'ts, 35.6 and 26x83, tin roofs; cost, each, 
$18,000; B. A. and G. N. Williams, 319 East 68th 
st; art's. Thom & Wilson; b'r, not selectei 
Plan 1296. 

97th st, s s, 220 e 9th av, four four-story and 
basement stone and brick private dwell'gs, 20 and 
52. tin and slate roofing; cost, each, $18,000; T. 
F. Uren, 219 East 122d st; ar't, J. H. Taft; b'r, 
not selected. Plan 1314. 

97th st, s 8, 275 e 8th av, seven four-story and 
basement brick and stone dwell'gs, 18.6 and 18 
and 17 and 17.6x.57, tin and slate roofing; cost, 
each, $18,000; J. M. McKenna, 1(9 West 106th st; 
ar't. J. H. Taft. Plan 131.5. 

72d st, 8 s, 1.50 e 11th av, five four-story and 
basement brick dwell'gs with stone trimmings, 
20X.55, extension 15x9, slate or terra cotta roof- 
ing; cost, each, $40,00 j; Michael Steinhart, 354 
West .56th st; ar't, G. B. Pelham. Plan 1335. 

78th st, 8 s, 235 w 10th av, one four-story brick 
and stone stable, 50x95, tin or gravel roof; cost, 
$16,000; F. H. Flagge, 86 West 71st st; ar'ts, 
Cleverdon & Putzel; b'r, not selected. Plan 
1329. 

I05th Bt, n 3, 106th st, 3 s, 175 w 9th av, and 
106th st, 11 8, 100 w 9th av, three five-story biick 
tenem'ts, 25x85, tin roofs; cost, each, $30,000; A. 
M. Tompkins, 3305 7th av; ar't, A. Spence; b'r, 
day's work. Plan 1337. 

north of ia5TH street. 

8th av, w s, extending from 138th st to 139th st, 
six five-story brick tenem'ts, 19 11 and 40x — , tin 
roofs; cost, each, $19,000; Sarah J. Doying, Sum- 
mit, N. J. ; ar'ts, Thom & Wilson; b'r, day's 
work. Plan 1398. 

138th st, n 8, and 139th st, s s, 75 w 8th av, six 
(three on each street) three-story brick dwell'ga, 
16 8x50, tin roofs; cost, each, $13,000; ow'r, ar't 
and b'r, same as last. Plan 1299. 

139th st, s s, 360 e 6th av, one three-story brick 
and stone dwell'g, 25x57, tin roof ; cost, $10,IOJ; 
Joseph Hewlett, 1000 Madison av; ar'ts, A. B. 
Ogden & Son. Plan 1323. 

Audubon av, w s, 35 n 166th st, two two-story 
frame dwell'gs, 19x40, roofs sheathed and tinned; 
cost, each, $3,500; ow'r and c'r, John Yates, 364 
West 33d st; ar't, Wm. Angell; m'n, G. Monk. 
Plan 1304. 

10th av, w 8, 430 n 190th st, two one and two- 
story frame concert hall and shed, 60x90, shed 21 
x64, tin and shingle roofs; cost, total, $10,000; 
William Kramer, s s 153d st, near 10th av; ar't, 
J. Kastner. Plan 1S05. 

13.5th st, Nos. 313 and 315 W., one five-story 
iron warehouse, 50x90, tin roof; cost, $31,000- 
John Cromwell, Crawford, N. J. ; ar't, J. F. Mil- 
ler; b'r, E. Wilson. Plan 133i. 

l.'Oth st, s s, 250 e 10th av, six two and-a-half 
story brick (clapboards and shingles) dwell'gs, 
16x51.4, shingle roofs; cost, each, $4,500; John 
Stiaiton, 131 East oOth st; ar't, J. Duncan. Plan 
1340. 

23d and 24th wards. 

150th st. No. 322 E., rear, one two-story frame 
stable, 18x18. shingle roof; cost, $600; Matilda 
McCord, on premises. Plan 1308. 

Vanderbilt av, e s, 2C0 s 168th st, one two-story 
frame dwell'g. 30x40, tin roof; cost, $3,300; Annie 
Stucke, 1280 Vanderbilt av; ar't, Wm. Gardiner. 
Plan 1306. 

164ih st, 8 s, 154 w Teller av, one two-story 
frame dwell'g, 22x40, tin roof; cost, $3,.500; John 
Cools, 172 Wooster st; ar't, R. .Vom Lehn. Plan 
1337. 

Bailey av, e s, 600 n Macombe st, Kingsbridge, 
one two-story and attic frame dwell'g, tin roof; 
cost, $1,875; E. Maguire, Riverdale; ar'ts, m'ns 
and b'rs, Martin & Connell. Plan 13o3. 

Brook av, e s, 70 n 147th st, one four-story 
brick tenem't, 30x60.8, tin roof; cost, $14,000; 
John Diehl, Brook av and 147th st; ar'ts, Arctan- 
der & Meyer. Plan 1319. 

Cauldwell av, w s, at n w cor Clifton st, twen- 
ty-five three-story and basement brick dwell'gs 
with terra cotta trimmings, 19 and 18x50 and 36, 
tin roof s ; cost, corner $7,000, others $5,000 each; 
J. W. Decker, 841 Forrest av; ar't, C. P. H. 
Gilbert: b'r, not selected. Plan )3ol. 

Van Courtlandt av, s e cor Yonkers av, one 
two stor.v frame dwell'g, 20x26, tin roof; cost, 
$1,200; E. N. Lefferta, Spuyten Duyvil; ar't, W. 
H. Haley; m'n, not chosen. Plan 1335. 

Kingsbridge road, e s, abt luo n Taylor st, cor 
184th st, one one-aud-a half-story frame stable, 
53x18, sbiogle roof; cost, $800; Henry Lange, 
Kingsbridge road and 184th st. Plan 1310. 

Lincoln av, e s, bet 136th and 137th sts, eight 
five story brick tenem'ts and stores, 25x76 and 65, 
tin roofs; cost, total, $100,000; J. T. Meagher, 
335 East 133d st; ar't, A. Spence; b'r, not se- 
lected. Plan 1338. 




KINGS COUNTT. 



Plan 1153— East New York av, s e cor Powell 
tt. one tw'o-story frame (Ijrick filled i hospital, 221 
i3, board roof; cost, f 2,740, Luthwan Hospjta] 



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July 2, 1887 



Assoc, East New York; ar't, P. Holmberg; b'r, 
G. Distler. 

1153-CIeveland st, ws, 300 n Atlantic av, one 
two-story frame (brick filled) dwell'K, 23x32, tin 
roof; cost, $3,f0i; ow'r and b'r, John Meister, 
Van Siclen, cor Division ar ; ar't, F. Holmberg. 
Iim — Hancock st, s s, 125 e Sumner av, five 
three-story and basement brick and stone dvpell'gs, 
20x45, tin roofs, wooden cornices; co>t, $10,000; 
ow'r and ar't, J. C. Bushfield, 163 Decatur st; 
b'r, not selected. 

1135— Hamburg av, B e cor Jefferson st, three 
three-story frame (brick filled) stores and 
tenem'ts, 2.5x.55, tin roofs; cost, $10,(00; H. Hue- 
ther, Beaver st, cor Bushwick av; ar'ts, ISchrempf 
& Loefiler. 

1156— East New York av, n s, 25 w Wyckofl 
st, one twostory frame store and tenem't, 25x.50, 
tin roof; cost, $3,100; ow'r and c'r, Chr. Baisch, 
East New York av ; ar'ts, E. Schrempf & Loeffler ; 
m'n, A. Heidecker. 

1157— 3d av, s w cor 52d st, two three-story 
frame (brick filled) stores and dwell'gs, 2flx.50, tin 
roofs; cost, each, $3,0(0; Daniel Driscol, 3d av, 
39th and 40th st; ar't, H. L. Spicer. 

1158— Howard av, s w cor East New York av, 
one two story frame wagon factory, 80i50, tin 
roof; cost, $1,550; Charles Feinhold, on premises; 
ar't, C. Bauer; b'rs, H. V. Culver and J. Perkins. 

1159— Richardson st, No. 21, one two-story 
frame vinegar factory, 50x25, gravel roof: cost, 
$400; ow'r and b'r, Henry Rustedt, 11 Meeker 
av; ar'ts, Schrempf & Loeffler. 

116() — Myrtle av, n s, 85 e Stockholm st, one 
two story frame (brick filled) dwell'g, 35x30, tin 
roof: cost, $2,000; Scbmldling & Cadoo, 1108 De 
Kalbav; ar't, H. VoUweiler; b'r. H. Eich. 

1161 — Eastern Parkway, s s, 20 w Bnedecker 
av, one three-story frame (brick filled) stores and 
dwell'gs, 30x50. tin roof; cost. $5,400; Chas. R. 
Miller, on premises; ar't, H. VoUweiler; b'r, not 
not selected. 

1162 — Marcy av, s e cor Floyd st, extends to 
Stockton st, eight three-story frame (brick filled) 
stores and tenem'ts, 25x55, tin roofs ; cost, $37,000 ; 
ow'r and b'r, George Rtraub, 8 9 Willoughby av ; 
ar't, Th. Engelhardt. 

1163 — Steuben st, No. 89, one one-story frame 
stable, 20x15, gravel roof; cost, $100; Thomas 
Kirk, on premises. 

1164— Stockton st. No. 91, n s, 75 e Marcy av, 
and Floyd st. No. 1(0, s s, 75 e Marcy av, two 
three-story frame (brick filled) tenem'ts, 25x55, 
tin roofs; cost, (ach, $1,.')00; ow'r and b'r, George 
Straub, 809 Willoughliy av; ar't, Th. Engelhardt. 

1165— 3d av, w s, 75 n 44tb st, one two story 
frame fe(d .'tore, 25x.55, tin roof; cost, $1,800; 
J. A. Aimfiel.l, Jr.; ar't and b'r, H. J. Skinner. 

1166— Suedeker av, s w cor Eastern Parkway, 
one three-story frame (brick filled) store and 
dwell'g, 20x60, tin roof; cf st, $5,100; Charles R. 
Miller, on prtmises; ar't, H. VoUweiler; b'r, not 
selected. 

1167— Devoe st, No. FO', one three-story frame 
(brick filled) tenem't, 25x43, tin roof; cost, J'i.SOlJ; 
John Schroeder, 24 Catharine st; ar't, H. VoU- 
weiler; b'rs, A. Amann & Son. 

1168— Snedeker av, n w cor Pay av, one two- 
story frame ('nick filled) dneH'g. 21x30, and two- 
story extension, Iftxili. tin roofs; cost, $3,700; 
John Loriiiz, New York Citj ; ar't, C. L. D'dpalt- 
holT; b'rs, O. S. Totten and C. Bickert. 

1169— Central pi, w s, 115 n Grove st, three 
three-story frame (liiick filled) tenem'ts, £0x55, 
tin roof; cost each, $4,0(0; Valentine Popp, on 
premises; ar't, Tb. Engelhardt; b'r, W. Maske. 

1170 — Park av, n s, 161.8 w Broadway, one flve- 
storj' brick and stone store, 39.8x60, tin roof, 
wooden cornice; cost, $IO,tOO; ow'r and b'r, J. 
G. Jenkins, 830 Lafayette av ; ar't, F. Holmberg. 

1171— Hancock st, s s, abt 135 w Stuyvesant av, 
two four story brick tenem't", 25x60, tin roof, 
iron cornice; cost, each, $6,000; ow'r and b'r, 
John V. Ryan, 215 Hewes st- ar't, J. Platte. 

1172 — Putnam av, n e cor bumner av, one four- 
story brick tenem't, 25x;'0, tin roof, wooden cor- 
nice: cost, $9,000; ow'r and c'r, W. J. C. MUler, 
£99 Sumner av; ar't, J. G. Glover; m'n, not se- 
lected. 

1173— President st, s s, 93 w 7th av, four three- 
story and basement brick and stone dweU'gs, 18.9 
x45, tin roof, iron cornice; cost, total, $45,0 JO; 
H. Lansdell, 7th av and 9th st. 

1174— Marcy av, s e cor Lynch st, three four- 
story brick dwell'gs, 26.8x60, tin roofs, iron cor- 
nices; cost, each, $8,000; Margarette Mulvihill, 
115 Lynch st; ar't, J. Platte; b'r, M. Mulvihill. 

1175— Dikeman st, s s, at foot of street, two 
oue-story buildings, one an office, 20x20, the other 
a shed, 48x100, gravel roof; cost, $500; Johnson 
Hammond & Co., foot of Richards st; ar't, T. 
Simons. 

1176— Myrtle st, s s, 400 e Wyckcff av, one one- 
story frame (brick filled) dwell'g, 25x30, tin roof; 
cost, $6.50; Elizabeth Beck, on premises; ar'ts, 
Schrempf & LoetUer; b'r, G. Leigham. 

1177— Fanchon pi, e s, .509.10 n Jamaica av, one 
two-story and attic frame dwell'g, 31x33, tin roof; 
cost, $3,00 1; August F. Herrmann, Barbey stnear 
Liberty av; ar't, L. F. SchiUing; b'r, J. Fursch. 

1178- Union av, cor Essex st one two-story 
frame dwell'g, 10x43, tin roof; cost, $1,670; Pat- 
rick Gorman; 76 North 7th si; b'r, W. Laird. 

1179— Alabama av, e s, 200 u Liberty av, one 
two-story and attic frame dwell'g, 20x30, tin 
roof; cost, ^1,500; Charles Haskel, Baltic av, cor 
New Jersey uv; ar't, L. F. Bchillinger; b'r, J. 
Rudershausen. 

IISO— Arlington av, n s, 35 e Cleveland st, one 
two-story and attic frame dwell'g, 15x21x36, 
shingle roof; cost, $3,7tO; E. P. Linton, Atlantic 
av, cor Van Sicleri av; ar't, W. Danmar; b'rs, 
Whitlock & Hill. 



1181— Schenck av. w s, 135 s Atlantic av, one 
two-story frame dwell'g, i0x3G, tin roof; cost, 
$1,500; John Mohr, Gates av, cor Broadway; ar't, 
W. Danmar; b'r, E. Grabber. 

1 18 i— North 3d st, s s, 50 e Kent av, one four- 
story brick and iron factory, 25x63 8, tin roof, 
brick cornire; cost, $17,(X,'0; ^'chener Bros., 60 
Leonard st; ar't, R. Berger; b'rs, A. C. Wal- 
bridge and H. D. Powers. 

1183— President st, n s, I'O e Kevins st, one 
four-story brick factory, doors, &c. , 41x44, com 
position roof, brick cornice; cost. $3,500: ow'rs 
and ar'ts, Kenyon & Newton, 538 Union st; m'n, 
not selected ; b'r, J. H. O'Rourke. 

1184 — Division av, s e cor Keap st, two four- 
story brick dwell'gs, 25x50 and 45.4x40.6, tin 
roof, wooden cornice; cost, $13,ii00; M. Parrell, 
93 North 5th st; ar't and c'r, J. H. Devoe; m'n, 
G. Quinn. 

1185— Fulton av, n w cor Van Siclen av, two 
one-story frame stores, 35xt0, tin roofs; cost, 
each, $3,500; ow'r and b'r, Jas. McGuigan, 93 
Van Siclen av. 

1186— Pacific st, s e cor Henry st, one four-story 
brick laboratory, 41.6 and 41x80, mansard, tiii 
and slate roofs, brick and copper cornices; cost, 
$.55,000; C. N. Hoegland, 410 Clinton av; ar't, J. 
Mumford; b'rs, J. Asbfield & Son and Martin & 
Lee. 

1187 — Bushwick av, w s, 150 n Maspeth av, one 
two-story frame tenem'ts, 25x34, tin roof; cost, 
$1,S00; Elizabeth Lempel, 66 Morrell st; b'rs, J. 
Schoch & Co. 

1188— Madison st, No. 103, n s, one four-story 
brick tenem't, 25x5.5, tin roof, wooden cornice; 
cost, $12,(00; Wm. N. Pile; ar'ts, W. Field & 
Son; b'r, J. Hood. 

1189 — Macon st, s 's, 30 e Nostrand av, five 
three-story and basement brick and brown stone 
dwell'gs, 17x45, tin roofs, wooden cornices; cost, 
each, $5,500; P. Lazano, Lefferts pi; ar't, A. 
HUl; m'n, not selected; b'r, D. H. Fowler. 

1190— 2i?t8t, No. 383, near 6th av, one two-story 
frame dwell'g, 17x34, tin roof; cost, $500; 
Thomas Bowles, 283 21st st; b'r. J. R Lentor. 

1191— North 2d st, Nos. 3m7 and 309, one one- 
story frame color factory, 44 x irreg., gravel roof; 
cost, $3,440; A. B. Ausbaeher, on premises; ar't, 
Th. Engelhardt; b'r, P. Kunzweil-r. 

1192 — Cleveland st, w s, 200 s Ridgewood av, 
one two-story and attic frame dwell'g, 20x33, 
shingle roof; cost, $3,0 0: E. F. Linton, Atlantic 
av; ar't, W. Danmar; b'rs, Hollister & Free. 

1193— North 7th st, n s, 200 w Union av, one 
three-story frame tenem't, 25x50, tin roof; cost, 
$3,000; John Moran, 288 North 8th st; b'rs, E. W. 
Casey and A, Boyce. 

1191— Elton st, w s, 175 s Ridgewood av, one 
two story and attic frame dwell'g, 20x33, shingle 
roof; cost, $310; E. F. Linton, Atlantic av; ar't, 
VV. Danmar; b'rs, HoUister & Free. 

1195— 41st st, s s, 125 e 7th av, one one-and a- 
balf -story frame stable, 24x20, tin roof; cost, $31.0; 
Mrs. M. B. Smitd, on premises. 

1196 — Himrod st, n 8, 335 from Evergreen av, 
one one-story frame shed, 3tx45, board roof; 
cost, $100; P. Loerch, adj premisei. 

1197— Central av, s e cor Covert st, one two- 
story frame church, 40x60, tin roof; cost, $7,(00; 
Church Holy Martyrs, on premises; b'rs, J. VVag- 
ner, Jr., and W. Bayer. 

1198- 5th av. w s, 60 n Berkeley pi, three 
four-story brick stores and apartment houses, 3 1 
x63, tin roofs, wooden cornices; cost, each, $S,500; 
ow'rs and b'rs, Assip & Buckley, 334 6lh av ; ar't, 
W. M. Coots. 

1199 — Bushwick av, s e cor Ivy st, one-story 
frame church, 40x80, shingle roof; J. Schaefer, 
President Board of Trustees; ar't, \V. J. Browne; 
b'r, G. S. Chapman. 

13C0 — Evergreen av, n e cor Elm st, one one- 
story frame shed, 13.6x15, gravel roof; cost, $7.''; 
William Walsh, on premises; b'r, P. J. Cosgrove. 

1301— 36th St. No. 148, ss, 210 e 3d av, one one- 
story frame shed, 20x35, paper roof; cost, $80; 
ow'r and b'r, A. R. Wilcben, 145 36th st. 



ALTERATIONS NEW YORK CITY. 

Plan 12.58— 15th st, No. 2!5 W., one-story and 
basement stone extension, 10x12, tin roof and 
other alterations; cost, abt $1,S0J; Isabella Orr, 
on premises ; ar't, '1 homas Orr. 

1259— Greene st, Nos. 46, 48 and TO, iron sky- 
light to be put on roof; cost, $.3(0; D. Appleton 
& Co., 1 Bond st; ar't, W. E. Worthen; iron, S. 
B. AIthause:& Co. ; c'r, E. Russell. 

1260— 47th st. No. 134 E , new windows put in, 
&c. ; cost, $ iOO ; John Scholes, on premises ; ar't 
and b'r, D. T. Kennedy. 

1261- 39th st. No. U'3 E., four story stone ex- 
tension, 8.4 and 10.10x22.4, tin roof, also other al- 
terations; cost, abt $S,(Ou; E. D. Trowbridge, on 
premises; ar't, C. P. H. Gilbert; b'r, not selected. 

1202— 33d st, n e cor 4th av, building to be 
raised, also one-story and basement brick exten- 
sion, 13x86.9, tin, iron and glass roof and other 
extensive alterations; cost, days' work; J. M. 
Horton, 105 4th av ; ar't, Chas. Mettam ; m'ns, A. 
A. Andruss & Son. 

1263— 46th st. No. 36 W., two-story brick exten- 
sion, 18.9x8, tin roof, &c. ; cost, $3,010; Mary H. 
Bosworth, on premises; ar'ts. Berg & Clark. 

1264— nth st. No. 70;* E., extension cut down, 
new rear waU, &c. ; cost, $6 000; John Kircher, 
371 East 10th st; ar't, E. W.Oreis. 

1265— 56th st. No. 24 E., one story brick exten- 
sion, 20. 10x18, wooden beams sheathed with tin 
for roofing, iron posts, beams, &c. ; cost, $3,700; 
J. F. Flummer, on premises; ar't, J. B. Lord; 
b'r, M. Hutchison. 

1366— 151st st, No, 536, building to be raised, 
&c. ; cost, $6'.'0; Robert Pavis, on prenjises: ar't, 
Wm. Kuscbe. 



1367— 43d st. No. 105 'W. , one story and base- 
ment brick extension, 30x15, tin roof, also inter- 
nal alterations; cost, $3,.500; J. M. Ridley, 38 
Beekman st; ar'ts, J. B. Snook & Sons; b'r not 
selected. 

1368- 5th av. No. 315, one-story and basement 
stone extension, 38 9x37, tin roof, also extensive 
internal alterations; cost, $35,000; Matthias 
Rock, 334 5th av; ar'ts. Stent, Dixon & Do Bal- 
dern. 

12(>9— 9th st, No. 19 E , building to be raised; 
cost, $1,4.50; Eliza T. Clark, on premises; ar't and 
c'r, (}. C. Moore. 

1270-13lhst, Nos. 103 and 105 W., one-story 
extension, 20x9, iron and glass skylight for roof 
and other alterations; cost, $3,000; Rhinelauder 
estate, 155 West 14th st; lessee, tsheppard Knapp, 
33 West 5fith st; ar't, Chas. Rentz. 

1371— 3d av. No. 3336, two-story stone exten- 
sion. 25-(40, tin roof, iron beams, &c. ; cost, $4,000; 
E. F. Hartley, on premises; ar'ts, Cleverdon & 
Putzel. 

1273— Lexington av, w s, 65 s 126th st, building 
to be raised, also three-story stone extension, tin 
roof, new store front, &c. ; cost, <2,500; J. H. C. 
Thompson, on premises; ar't, G. Robinson, Jr. 

1273— 2<ith st, No. 19 W., excavate yard, &c. ; 
cost, $300; Cathoi'ine Ann Hedges, on premises; 
ar't, D. Burgess. 

1274— l-38thst, B w cor Mott av, building shored 
up, &c. ; cost, $150; E. M. Pritchard, 138th st and 
Mott av; ar'ts, Arctander & Meyer. 

1275— Mott st. No. 26, two story brick exten- 
sion, 25x13, tin roof; cost, $800; M. A. Solomon, 
on premises; lessee. Sang Chong, 28 Molt st; ar't, 
William Graul 

1376— 42d st, No. 45 W., galvanized iron venti- 
lator built on main roof, also two ventilating 
shafts, &c. ; cost, $6,.5(.0: Harmonic Social Club, 
M. Stiue, President, on premiees; ar't, A. Buch- 
man. 

1277— St. Marks pi. No. .53, building to be raised, 
also two-story basement and cellar stone exten- 
sion 25x18, tin roof; cost, $5,000; Nicholas Schulz, 
on premises; ar't, Jobst Hotifmann. 

Ii78— Elizabeth st, Nos. 43, 45 and 47, running 
through to Mott st, two elevators to be put in, 
windows enlarged, .fee. ; cost, $10,000; New York 
Steam Company, 23 Cortlaudt st; ar't, G. B. 
Schellenger. 

1379— 3d av, No. 2305, two story stone exten- 
tion, 24.9x22, (in roof, iron beams, &c. ; cost, 
$3,.5(0; J. C. Kimme, on premises; ar'ts, Hornum 
Bros. 

1280 — Clinton pi. No. 41, one-story stone exten- 
sion, 14.9 and 10.4x41.10, tin roof, also other alter- 
ations; cost, $8,000; Trow City Directory Co., on 
premises; ar't, J. E. Terhune; c'r, J. G. Mc- 
Murray. 

1281— Madison av. No. 315, 42d st. No. 28 E., and 
42d st. No. 26>2 E , three to be connected, &c. ; 
cost, $7,*00; Margaret K. Watson, on premises; 
ar'ts, Palliser, Palliser & Co. 

1383— 1st av, Nos. 449 and 451, brick extension 
on rear, 35.6x28. tin roof, iron beams, &c. ; cost, 
abt $5,( 00. John H. Matthews, 252 Gates av, 
Brooklyn; ar't, T. Dyson. 

138:5- Bowery, No. 311, repair damage by fire; 
cost. $3.00); Henry Bruns, on premises; art's, 
Clark & Glynn; b'rs, J. W. Clark & Co. 

1381- 38th st. No. 119 E., two-story brick exten- 
sion, 7.4x14, tin roof; cost, $1,.500; Mrs. R. King, 
135 East .54th st; ar't, W. M. GrinueU. 

1385— 43d st. No. 308 E., two new boilers; cost. 
$90 I ; Mayor, Aldermen, &c., New York; ar't, 
G. W. Debevoise. 

1286- 115th st. No. 178 E., new chimney and 
boilers; cost, $3,500; ow'r and ar't, same as last. 

]387_St. Nicholas av. No. 3S4, new partition, 
&c. ; cost, $500; Julia A. Clark, 90th st and Riv- 
erside Park; ar't, G. Robinson, Jr. 

1088_47tij gt. No. 133 W., building to be raised, 
also internal alterations; cost, $3,000; W. S. Pat- 
ten, 1'34 West 47th st; ar't, L. C. Holden. 

1289— Block bounded north by (ilst st, east by 
Sth av, south by Grand Circle, west by Boulevard, 
building to be raised. &c. ; cost, $30,000; lessees, W. 
Durlaurt & Ck)., 38 West 61st st; ar'ts, C. Abbott 
French & Co. 

1390- Canal st, Nos. 302 and 204, repair damage 
by fire; cost, $30,000; E. Kingman, 429 Grand 
av, Brooklyn; ar't, R. Berger; O'r, not selected. 

1'391— Pine st, Nos. 41 and 43, and WiUiam st, 
Nos. 45, 47 and 49, construct gallery of iron and 
fireproof materials, &c. ; cost, $1,500; Liverpool, 
London and Globe Fire Ins. Co., on premises; 
lessee. The Exchange Fire Ins. Co., on premises; 
ar't. James E. Ware; b'r, not selected. 

1292— Bleecker st, Nos. 290, 292 and 294 ; Nos. 
290 and 293, oue-story bi ick extension ; No. 294, 
twostory brick extension; total dimension, 30x 
36; also other extensive alterations; cost, $7,.500 
each; C. F. Boulhmayd, 13 West 47th st; ar't, E. 
Simon. 

1293— Grand st. No. 354, cellar to be concreted, 
&c. ; cost, $450; John Wilkin, on premises; ar't, 
Wm. Graul. 



KINGS COUNTY. 



Plan 600— 5th av, s w cor 9th st, front altera- 
tion; cost, $1.0)0; John McCormick, 9th st, cor 
Sth av; b'r, F. D. Norris. 

6j1 — Baltic av. No. 155, one-story frame exten- 
sion, 14x15, tin roof; cost, $225; D. J. McNamara. 
155 Baltic av ; b'rs, Mr. Ueitzinger and Mr. Koh- 
ler. 

602— Quincy st, Nos. 178, part of wall rebuilt; 
cost, $250; Mr. H. Fowler, 178 Quincy tt; b'r, C. 
King. 

6(«— Seabring st, n s, 100 e 'Van Brunt st, chim- 
ney raised 20 feet ; cost, $375 ; H. R. Worthing- 
ton, iS Liberty st, New York; b'rs, M. Gibboos 
§; Son. 



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July 3, 1887 



The Record and Guide. 



5)15 



604— Gates av, No. 102), one-story brick exten- 
exteusion, 18.9x24, tin roof, wooden cornice; cost, 
$.500; J. Btitt, New York; ar't, W. Godfrey; b'r, 
E. K. Robbins. 

005— Columbia Heights, No. 188, add two-story 
to extension; cost, ?l>,000; Benjamin T. Frothing- 
hain, 45 Remseu st; ar't, W. B. Tubby; b'rf, J. 
Thatcher and Morris & Selover. 

60G— Gold st. No. 241, add one story, flat tin roof, 
cost, $400; Jj. Somerville, Washington st, near 
Myrtle av; ar't, J. C Metcalfe; b'rs, J. Wiley 
and J. W. Metcalfe. 

()U7 — Withers st, No. 199, rebuild part west wall ; 
cost, $100; James Kelly, lb Maspeth av; b'r, R. 
Madden. 

6US— 7th av. No. 84, three-story and basement 
briclc extension, 19x.5, tin roof, rebuild front wall, 
iron work, &c. ; cost, $2,500; Edwin Packard, 211 
Henry st; ar't, G. Ij. Morso. 

6;j0— Linden st. No. 44, one story frame exten- 
sion, 25x7; cost, $2"i0; Sanmel M. Meeker, 44 Lin- 
den st: b'r, G. T. Burns. 

610 — Hale av, w s, 2";0 n Ridgewood av, one- 
etory frame extension. 14x12, tin roof; cost, $150; 
ow'r, ar't and b'r, G. Rossberg, 364 Fulton st. 

611— Kent av. No. lur?, add one story flat, tin 
roof; cost, $400; R. Dudley, 9.13 Kent av; ar't 
and c'r, H. V. Culver; m'n, not selected. 

612— Joralemon st. No. 108, three story and 
basement brick extension, lUiU, tin roof; cost, 
$2,000; C. Ottes, 99 Halsey st; ar't, A. V. Porter; 
b'r, day's work. 

013— Atlantic ov, s e cor Wyoiia st, two-story 
frame extension, 12x16, tin roof, wooden cornice; 
cost, $300; Philip, Atlantic av, cor Wyckoff av ; 
ar't, P. Holmberg. 

614— Bedford av, Nos. 7S3 and 7S3>^, new store 
front; cost, $350; Silas Condict. 22 Court st; ar't 
and c'r, J. C. Metcalf ; m'u, J. Wiles. 

615— Carroll st, s s, 100 w Bond st, rebuild north 
and southeast wall; cost, $5,0ii0; ow'rs and ar'ts, 
Buchanan & Lyall, 1"1 Wall st, N. Y ; b'rs, T. 
Carlin & Son. 

616— 9th st, n a, 5.50 w 2d av, new sills; cost, 
$3')0; Weber & Quinn, on premises; b'r, D. E. 
Harris. 

617 — Ryerson st, No. 9fi, raise roof 3 feet; cost, 
$1C0 ; Margaret Scully, on premises ; b'r, S. Mor- 
rell, Jr. 

618— Van Brunt st, s w cor Verona st, front 
and interior alterations; cost, $1,010; James Li- 
mont. Van Brunt st; b'r, C. M. Deilefsen. 

619— Greene st. No. 187, add two stories, also 
thrce-and-a-halt-story frame extension, 2)x22; 
cost, $i,OU0; ow'r and ar't, John Ziiiimermann, 
187 Greene st; b'ls, M. Vogle and Post & Walker. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



Bl'SllVESS FAILURES. 

K. T. ASSIGNMKNTS- -BENEFIT CRBDITOBfi. 

July 

1 Bordel, Antoiue. to Hippnlytp Nicolas. 

1 EdwartU, James M , and Frank L. Anthony to 

Thomas T. Barr. 
June 
29 Murphy, Samuel R., to Robert J. Shadbolt. 



PROCEKDllVOS OF THE BOARD OF ALDERlSEiV 
AFFECTIXG REAL ESTATE. 

• Under the different headings Indicates that a reso 
liitlou has been introduced and referred to the appro- 
priaie coin.mittoj. t Indicates that the resolution has 

rassed and has been sunt to the Mayor for approval. 
Passed over the Mayor's veto. 

^KW York, June 28, 1887. 

RKOULATINO, GRADING, ETC. 

150th Rt, from St. Nicholas to Edgecombe av, also 

tlagging.t 
160th yt. from Courtlandt to Washing' on av, also 

(lagging.* 

PAVING. 

85th st, from 9th to 10th av.f 

113th st, from the crosswalk on w s of Tih av to the 

crosswalk ou e s of 8th av.* 
115ch St. from Vth to 8ih av |- 
I'Jiid st, from 4th to Madisoa av.* 

FENCING VACANT L0T3. 

137th st, n a, from 8th to Edgecombe av, wh'»re not 

already done.t 
4th av, » e cor I^ath st.l 
I3ith st, n 3, from 5th to Gih av, where cot already 

done.* 
4th av, D e cor 104th st.* 
5th av, 8 e cor Iv'8tli st t 
iNthto 115th st, 5th to t'th av, whore not already 

done.* 
110th to lllth st, MadisoD to 5th av, where not 

already done.* 
112tb to llSiU st, 5th to Gih av, where not already 

done.t 
Willis av, s e cor 135th st.* 
155th at, s 8, abt 150 feet w of Courtlandt av, running 

west hbt 50 feet* 
89th and 9uth sts, '6d and Lexlagtoo ava.t 
Av A. No. I4:i.3.t 

UAIXS. 

113th st, from Boulevard to Rlveraldo Drive; water.* 

n3th st, from Boulevard to Riverside Urive; gas.* 

118th st, bet 5th and bthavs; water. t 

liWth st, from Boulevard to lOth av; gas.* 

l:;;tSth St. from Boulevard to lOtb av; Croton.* 

126th at, from 1st to 2d av; Croton * 

l^Oih 8t, from Manhattan st to Uth av; gas.t 

156th st, from 10th to lHh av; Croton.* 

11th av, from 175th to ITOtli st; Oroton.t 

Washington av, from 18 ith st to Pwlham av; water * 

IS.Sd at, from Christian to Rjer av. * .^^t^.. « 

Ryer av, from 18l8t to 18 Uh af. f ^^^"^r- 

FLAGGINO. 

79th 8t, both sides, from Boulevard to 10th av.* 
85th st, bet 8th and Uth avs, also setting curb.t 
13Jlh 8t, from Lexington to 4th av,4 feet wide through 
the centre, where not already done.t 

SETTING CURB STONE. 

mh KVy w s, bet 129 and 130th sta. 



APPROVED PAPERS. 

Resolutions passed by the Board of Aldermen call 
ing for the folfowiug improvement* have been signed 
by the Mayor for the week ending June '25, 1887. 
•Indicates that the Mayor neither approved nor ob- 
jected thereto, therefore the same became adopted: 

REGUULTINO, GRADING, ETC. 

159th st, from Av St. Nicholas to Edgecombe av, also 

tligrging. 
63d 8t, bet 10th and llth avs, also flagging, 
151st st (sidewalks), from Av St. Nicholas to the 

Boulevard, also flagging. 

PAVING. 

Madison av, from 23J to 32d st, with asphalt pave- 
ment. 

I)7th st, from 3d to 4th av. 

8lh av. from the north side of 115lh st to the s 8 of 
15911 1 St. 

Manhattan av. from 105th to lOCth st. 

13M st. from tith to 7th av. 

loOih st, from 2d to 3d av, 

TTih st, from 9lh av to the e a of the Boulevard. 

CURD-STONKS AND FLAQGINO. 

Manhattan av, e s. bot 120(h and 123d sts, where not 
already done. 

ISCth st, s s. from 8th to Edgecombe av, an addi- 
tional course 4 feet wide, and reflagging where 
nece-^sary. 

4th av, e s, bet !27th and 128th sts. flagging full width 
where not already done. 

MAINS. 

96th st, from 2J to 3d av; water. 

105th st, from 4th to 5th av; gas. 

4th av. w s, b(^t 100th and lOIst sts; water. 

10th av, from lOOlh to lOOth st; Croton. 

St. Anns av, from 138th stto Westchester road; gas. 

I4iid st, from Brook to St. Anns av; gas. 

Lind av, from Devoe to Wolf st; gas. 

FENCINO VACANT LOTS. 

112chto 113th st, Madiaion to 5th av, where not already 

done. 
114th to 115th st, MaMson to 4th av, where not already 

done. 
Alexander and Willi:! avs, 137tli and 133th sta. 
WiilU av, e s, bei 13iHh and ISrth sts. 
1 t8th to 1 lyth st, 6th to 7th av, where not already done. 
Il7th to 118th st, tith to 7th av, where not already done. 
105th st, s s, bet 4Lh and Madison av^. 
Madi.'^oa av, w s, bet lllth aud 112th sts, where not 

already done. 
113th st, s 8, bet Maiison and 4th avs, where not 

already done. 

CROSSWALKS. 

74th st, at the Boulevard and llth av. 
#t» 

BROOKLYN BOARD OF ALDERMEN. 
Brooklyn, June 20, 1687. 

CROSSWALKS. 

18th st, across 5th av. ) 

Reid av, across Monroe st. '-t 
Atlantic and l^latbush avs) 

CULVERTS. 

Adams st, n e cor Sands st.t 
Central pi, s e cor Greene av.t 
Bartst, cor Sumner av.t 

FENCING VACANT LOTS. 

Lafayette av, bet Broadway and Bushwick avs.t 
Macon st, bot Lewis and Sumner av.-.t 
Jefferson st, bet Evergreen aud Central avs t 

Ma!'ou st } '^^* Arlington pi and Nostraud avs.t 
Park pi, bet 5th and Gth avs.t 
Clinton pi, bet Nostrand and Marcy avs t 
Lafayette av. bet Franklin av aud cJkillmau st.t 
Hart st, bet Sumner and Lewis avs.t 

FLAGGING. 

Bedford av, n w and s w cora of North 9th st.t 

GRADING, PAVING, ftO. 

De Kalb av, from Broadway to Bushwick av.t at own- 
era expense. 
Duryea at, bet Bushwich and Central avs.t 
Kingslaud av, from Meeker to Maspeth av.t 
Deau st, from Albany to Troy av.t at owners expense. 
Oakland st, from Dupont to Ash st.t 

LAMP POSTS ERECTED. 

D iryea st, bet Bushwick and Central avs.t 
Hancock st 1 

Putnam av - bet Throop and Sumner avs.t 
Madisnu st ) 

Vernon av, bet Tompkins and Throop avs.t 
Madison st, bet Sumner and Lewis avs.t 
East Now York av, bet Stone and Rockaway avs.t 
Rockaway av, bet East New York av and late city 
liue.t 

MAINS. 

Bedford av, from North 12th to Nortli 13th st.t 

SEWERS. 

Duryea st, from Bushwick to Central av.t 
Bainbridge st. from Fatcheu to Ralph av,t at owners 

expense. 
38th at, bet 3d and 4th av3,t at owners expense. 

STREET OPENING. 

Duryea st, from Evergreen to Central av.t 
— ■ — ^ ■ » 
ADVERTISED LEGAL SALES. 

RSrERITES* SALES TO BK HELD AT TEE REAL ESTATE 
BXCHANaB AMD ADCTION BOOM (iJMITKD), 69 TO 66 
LIBERTY STREET, EXCEPT WHERE OTHERWISE STATED 

July 

Elizabeth st, No. 147, w s, 103 n Broome st, 25 3x 
70.9x25. ~x7ti. 4, flve-story brick store and tenem't, 
by Kennelly & Co, (Aiiit due $1,768; prior niort. 
gS.OOU; sold Junes, 1B86, for 8 18,000) 5 

Tliaiiies Bt, No. II, n e cor Trinity pi, 49.7x50x'J5x 
10 Inches xi5.8x50.10, Hvestory bricli factory, by 
E. F. Kftyniond. (Partilion sale) C 

Water st. No. 600, n 8, 300.3 w Jackson st, 25x87 Sx 
85x88 U, live-Story brick (lat, by 8. Ue Walitearss. 
(.\nitdue*'.i,-10S) 6 

asih st. No. 8, K 8, 15a,8 e Broadway, 25.\98.9, four- 
story stone front Btore aud dwell'g, by A. J. 
lileecker's Sou. (Aiut due $5J.>!35) 6 

loth st. No. 54, s s, 235.11 e 6th av. 21.6xai.3, three- 
Btury hrlck dweU'g. by A. H. Muller Si Son. 
tTruatee^s sale) ... 6 

lOtli av or Kort Ueorge av, centre line, runs south- 
east 402 to Harlem Uiver, x northeast — x north- 



west 487 to centre of Fort George av, x southwest 

101.4, by J. F. B. Smyth. (Anit due S'J,617) 7 

70th st. No. 1.32, s s, 98 w Lexington av, 18x102.2. i 
7eth st, No. 1,30, s 8, 110 w Lexington av, 18x102.2. J- 

Two three-story stone front dwell 'gs \ 

by J. F. B. Smyth, (Amt due on each $3,647; 

prior mort.Jon each $14,5C0) 7 

Lexington av. No. 603, e s, 60 5 n 55th st, 20x80, 
four-story stone front dwell'g, by R. V. Harnett, 
(Amtdue $16,645) 8 



KIKGS COUNTY. 



July 



Elizabeth st, n s, 90 e Van Brunt st, 25.6x100 I 

Elizabeth st, n s. 116 6e Van Brunt st, 48,6x100.. ( 

bv J. Cole, at ,389 FultoH st 5 

Bedford av, s w cor South 3d st, 47,6x78,6, by C. J. 

Fox, at 45 Broadway, E, D 6 

Van Dyck st, easterly cor Richards st, 40x80, by T, 

A, Kerrigan, at 35 Willoughby st 6 

Halsey 8t, late Margaretta st, s e s, ISO n e Bush- 
wick av, 60x100, by Wm. Cole, at 379 Fulton st. . 7 
Butler st, n s, 2.'i0 e Hoyt st, 50x100, by Wm. Cole, 

at 379 Fulton st 7 

Grand st, n s, 69 e Leonard st, 41x100, by T. A. 

Kerrigan, at 35 Willoughby St. (Partition sale). 7 

Putnam av, n a, 95 w Sumner av, 17x100 ( 

Putnam av, n s, 129 w Sumner av, 17x100 j 

by A. W. S, Proctor, Ref., at Court House 8 

Jefferson av, s s, 480 w Nostrand av, 20x100. . 
Pleasant pi, w s. 96 s Herkimer st, 16x9r.O. . 
lith st, s w s, 19 8 e 8th av, 128.10x— x— xl28.10 to 

8th av, X 3 to beginning 

Interior lot. on centre line of block bet 12th and 

18th st and 122,10 s e 8th av, 25x— 

12th st, 8 w s, 147.10 s e 8th av, 211,4x-25x2a.4x— . 

12th st, centre line, abt 200 w 9th av 

12th st, centre line, abt 850 w 9th av 

Four Indefloite small gores 

by T. A. Kerrigan, at 35 Willoughby st. 



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LIS PENDENS, KINGS COUNTY. 

June 

Union st, 8 8, 880 w Smith st, 22x100. Thomas 
Moore agt Charles H, Bass, Individ, and exr. 
Eliza A. Bass; att'y, K. Mapelsden, Jr 

Parkway, n e cor Clason av, 100x100x87x100. 
Louis Berger agt Lucie E. Laurent; att'ys, 
Qraybm&Czaki 34 

2d av, n e cor 76th st, 100x100, New Utrecht. 
Brandt & Co. agt Jane A. Thomas et al,; fore- 
clos mechanic's liens; att'3', D. F. Mauniu^ 25 

llth st, s s, 114 w 5th av, 16.8x10(1. Samuel 
Coombe agt William Jackson; action to set 
aside deeds ; att'y, U, W. Tompkins 

3d av, n w s, at intersection with centre line 67lh' 
sf, 69.9x185.9x167.9 

67lh st, centre line, 180.11 n w 3d av, 356.5x118 Ix 
261.6 

Lot commencing at high water mark on Bay, at 
intersection with lands of Bergen & \Vjley, 
contains 1 acre and 28 6 10 porches 

Lot begins at low water mark of New York Bay, 
where locust stake marks intersection with 
land of Sedgwick, contains 8 acres 

Road in continuation of 3d av, n w s, adj land of 
Michael Bergen, 214x51,6x1 t5xlN0 1x96 2x:01,7x 
149.6x100x588,9 to Sedgwick's land, x271.10 to 
land of Bergen, xl,413 3 to beginning 

Highway, from Narrows to Yellow Hook, being 
a continuation of 3J av, n w 8, adj other land 
of Michael Bergen, contains 1 acre 2 rods and 
21 7-10 perches 

2d av, s e 8, 360 s w 66th st, 75x100 

All at Ntw Utrecht 

Sara A.Darwin agt Charles E. Norton et al'; 
amended notice; partition; att'y, Arthur G. 
Sedgwick 28 

Grant st, s s, 175 3 w Lawrence st, 75x112.10, Flat- 
bush. Bernard Larzelere agt William Sammon; 
att'y, John B. Meyenborg 28 

Quincy st, ne c^r Marcy av, 45x76. •'X45.5X70. John 
Muller agt William H. Bierds; att'y, Washington 
Sackmann 28 

Hancock st, n s, 113 eTompkinsav, ISxlcio. George 
R. Rhoades agt Stephen H. I'owell and wife; 
att'y, B. Wright 29 

South 2d st, Nos. 212, 2124 and 214, n s, 100 w Rod- 
ney late 9th st, Sox. 00. Ellis K. Thomas and 
Mary A. Folsom agt Thomas J. Evans ; action to 
set aside deed ; att'y. Geo. H. Slarr 

Willoughby av, n s, 22 ) w Marcy av, 20x 100. Susan 
Vanderveer agt Jesse Travis; att'y, Joj. Aspin- 
all 29 

Highst, 8 8, 50 w Bridge st, 25x62 -\ 

Fulton st, n e cor Jay st, 18 8x87x55 to .'t, x70,7. . 1 

Fulton St. ns, 38,8 e Jay st, runs east 99,10 x\ 
north 60 X west 40 x nuith63.8 x west 38.8x1 
south 96 to beginning 

Fulton st, n w cor Jay st. runs north 120 8 x west ) 
77.1 X south 25.1 X south again 53.8 to Fulton j 

St. X east 109.7 to beginuirg J 

Mary F. Angell agt Fannie A. Underbill; parti- 
tion; att'y, Edmund Collin, Jr 30 

Hancock st, n s, llSeTorapKlns av, 18x100. George 
R Rhoades agt Stephen H. Powell and the 
Board of Supervisors of Kings Co.; att'y, Benja- 
min Wright 30 

Prospect pi, 8 8,451,7 e6lh av, 21x100. Horace R. 
Fletcher agt Mary S. Powell ; acllon for specific 
prformance; att'y, Chas, J. Patterson 30 

Marcy av, w s, 100 n Park av, 2,)X 100, Charles J. 
Warren agt Sebaslim Siry; action to have 
judgment declared a lien; att'y, J, H. Hildreth. SO 

Same property. Theodore II, Mulch agt same; 

action to have judgmeut declared a lien 30 

July 

Cooper av, n w s, 351 n e Bushwick av, 10x100. 
Ella Royceagt Walter E. Maryatt; att'y, Chas. 
D. Rldgway 1 

Same property. Same agt same; forcloa 1 

< ♦> 

RECORDED LEASES. 

MEW TORE. FerTe«r 

Beaver st, No, 9, liasement. John J. Holly to 
William Tumbrldge; 1 year 4 months and 3 
days, from June 28, 1887 $4,oC0 

Bowling Green, No. 6. W. H. Vanderbilt to 
Francesco Martiuelli; 10 years, from May 
1,1886 7,500 

Broadway, No. 108. John J. Kierst to Louis 
J.Jordan; 10 years and 1 month, from 
April 1, 1887 5,000 

Broome st, No. 131, s c cor Sullivan st. Patrick 
J. Burke to Joseph J. Dash; 5 years, from 
Mayl, 1687 1,200 

Clinton pi, No. 112 store. John Pope to John 
Tonjes; 5 years 1 month and 16 days, from 
Mar. IB, 1887 840 



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420 



: 8t, No. 62. Gilbert C. Deane to Michael 
Bosenbaum; 2 10-12 years, from July 1, 

i«8r 6C0 

Forsyth at, Nos. 86 and 88. Jamea O. Porteous 
to Theodore Feldstein; 15 10-12 years, from 
July I, 1887. repairs, &c., and ... 3,250 

Same property. .'\3sigQ- lease. Theodore 

Felds ein to Samuel Cohn ... nom 

Hester St, No. 07. Jscob Leon to The Congre- 
gation Wehebrah Muchsvka Torah Anshe 
Sineer; 3 years, from Mav 1, 188" 

Mulberry st. No. 81, store. Vincenzo D Vilo 
to Faust D. Malz;>ne; 5 years, from May 1, 
1887 

Pearl st, s e cor Elm st, being No. 585 Pearl st 
and Nos. 30 and 32 Elm st Robert Boyd to 
Moss Engraving Co., New Yorli; 5 years, 
tromMay 1, 1888 7,000 

Rivington st. No. 128, store and cellar. Fanny 
Eeckelssen te Emanuel l*derer; 5 years, 
froraJuly 1, 1887 480 

South St. No 70. William J. Pollock toStenhen 

G. Hellmuth; 5 years, from June 15, 1887. .. 4,000 

South st. No. ISi. Oliver B. Tweedy, exr. J. 
N. Lord, to John C. Barron; 4 11-1^ years, 
from June 1, 188? SOOandOOO 

Same property. J. i^. Barrow to Gould Warn- 
er, &c.; 4 11-12 years, from June 1,1887 8OOand90O 

West Broadway, No l."!?. Morris Mendelsohn 
to Theodor Gertz; 5 years, from May 1, 
1887 480 

14th St. No. 4.50 W. Cornelia Ludlow etal., 
exrs Robert H. Ludlow, to Jesse New- 
man; 6 years, from May 1, 1886 600 

Bth St. No. ab5 W., store and back basement. 
C ara Schaef er to Kroeger Bros. ; 5 years, 
from May 1, 1887 430 

48d st, No. 338 E. R. Pehlmann, agent, to 
Herrmann Zweig; 3 years, from May 1, 
1883 618 

47th st. No. 103 W. Charles Meyer to Richard 
D Traphagen; 3 10-12 years, from July 1, 
1887 1,500 

6l8t St. No 502 W., store, &c. Charles H. Ty- 
son, BrO'tklvo, to William Quambusch; 
2 1-12 years, from Mar. 1, 1886 ... 730 

74th st, s s, at bulkhead East liiver, runs west 
along st 140 5 X south 43 3 s east 135 to 
bulkhead, x north 66. Adriance Bush to 
Thomas Thedford; 5 years, from July 1, 
1887 1,340 

106th st. No 174 E., store. John Melchers to 
Bernard Hartman; 45-12 years, from Dec. 
1,1886 900 to 1,300 

124th st. No. 211 E , n s, 140 e .3d av, S.^tlOO 11. 
Idam Barrmann to The Harlem Turn Ve- 
rein; 5 years, from May 1, 1887. AU taxes, 
&c.,and 1,600 

At a. No 174, store and part cellar. J. Schloa- 
ser, exr. C. L. Nuoenkamp, to John Heil; 
2 10-12 years, from July 1, 1887 540 

Av A, No. 1:8, store. J. Schlosser, exr. C. L. 
Nunenkamp, to Albrecht Wortmann; 
2 10-12 years, from July 1, 1S8; 600 

At a, No. 1682, part of store and cellar. 
Joseph Moslchnick to Christina Sirry; 3 
years, from May 1, 1887 •. 630 

At C, No. li-O. store. Thomas Connor to 
Joseph F. Meenan; 3 11-12 years, from 
June 1, 1887 300 

Madison av. n e cor 110th st, rear store. 
Hickey & Brady to George G. David; 5 
years, from May 1, 1887 600 

8d av, No. 2212, store, basement and first floor. 
Simpson Wolf to George Loos; 2 years, 
from May 1, 1887 756 and 816 

8d av. No. 2(11, store and part of cellar. Joseph 
B Peyroux to Robert C. Hewett; 5 years, 
from May 1. 1887.. 1,320 

3d av. No. 957, store and second and third 
floors. Stevenson Towle to Sarah Pecare; 
8 years, from May 1, 1887 1,550 

3d av, Nos. 229J-3294. Margaret G. Kopper, 
Individ, and trustee Charlotte E. Jenkins, 
dec'd, to George M. Townsend; 3 years, 
from Mav 1, 1887 8,000 

3d av. No. 359, n e cor 26th st. William Vogel 

to Frank Tiernan ; 5yr3., from May 1, '87. 3,500 

Same property. Assign, lease. Frank Tier- 
nan to Moore & Sinnott nom 

7th av. w 8, 25 n 131st st, 25x75. Arthur Mc- 
Keon to John F. Barlow; 3 years 10 months 
12 days, from June 18, 1887 1,800 

7th av, e 8, 75 n ISld st, 25x75. Augustus Rei- 
ner, Sullivan Co., N. Y., to Dora Schuapp; 
5 years, from May 1, 1887 720 

8th av. No 9iJ3. George Blinks to William Les- 

sels; 5 years, from May 1, 18S7 2,500 

9th av. No. 1^9H. rear basement. Alexander 
McSorley to Daniel Tooker; 10 years, from 
May 1, 1887 150 and 200 

10th av. No 153, store and part cellar. Henry 
Flaacke, Jersey City, to Frank McElduH; 5 
years, 2 moutl:^ and 19 daya from Feb. 9, 
1887 1,000 

lOthav, Nd 1780, n e cor 102d st, store. Rod- 
ding & Schmidt to Robert H. Waldron; 5 
years, from July 1, 1887 1,810 

CHATTELS. 

Note.— ITie first namey alphabetically arranged^ i» 
that of the Mortgageor^ or party who gives the Mort- 
gage. The " i2" meana Renetval Mortgage. 

NEW TORE CITY. 

June 34 to 30— lNci,usr7E. 

SALOON FIZT0RX8. 

Baertz, C. 78 Stanton Bernheimer & S. Ice 

Box. $60 

Bockle, A. 526E. 14th....J. & M. Haffen, Jr. 2C0 

Brauner, M. 135 Av A... F. Bachmann. 700 

Bloomquest, C. 317 W. 35th ...Beadleston & W. 100 
Bradt, K-le. 90 Vesey . . . . Katz Bros. 1,814 

Branekhoff, G. 2333143d av....L. Kieule. Res- 
taurant 400 

Same. 2339 3d av L. Kieu'e. Restaurant. 5.0 

Bride. E. 138 8th av....J. Elchler. (R) 7uO 

Capusua, D. 119 Baxter... Knickerbocker Brew- 
ing Co. 150 
Collin, J. 73 Cannon ...M. Seitz. (R) 660 
Curtis, W. 160 W.4lBt... Bernheimer & 8. Ice 

Box. 90 

Doran, J. 2378 3d av....F. & M. Schaef er Brew- 
ing Co. (B) 7.50 
Doerrschuck, J. 418 W. 16th.... G. Ehret. (R) 3 
Donleavy, C. 421 7th av . . . Burr, Son & Co. (K) 1,100 
Doyle, M.J. 2 Catharine .... P. & W. Ebling. (E) 2,031 
Egan, Margaret. 1286 Ist av. .. .P. J. Kelly, 1,5U0 
£nist,L. 1093 3d av..., D.Mayer, COS 



Faist. J. 533 E. 5th . . . P. Bucfcel. (R) 

Fengerfi Westpbal. 831 3d av....P. & W. Eb- 

liog 
Foley, J. R. 100 E. 125lh. . . .J. Everard. 
Fuhrmann, W. 12 Old Slip... J. C. G. Hupfel. 



Gallagher. B. 1869 9th av . 
Gregory, R. H. 145 Prince. 
Garboriuu. G. 45 Baxter. 

Ice BOX. 
Griffin, B. G. 142 W. 30th. 



(R) 

.Bernheimer & S. 
..J. Everard. 
..Bernheimer & S. 

.H. B. Scharmann. 



Wallace & 
(R) 

.Schmitt& S. 
.J. D. Kinner. Pestau- 



Healy, Julia F. 23 Cherry 

Sons. 
Heg- r, W. 920 2d av 
Hockey 8. 3 E. 4th 

rant Fixtures. 
Huber, G. H. 13 Elm pi ...G. Zipp. Casino, 

Saloon Fixtures, »S:c. 
Haughton, N. 41-45 Broadway... P. McQuade. 
Herrmann, C. 3 9 W. 38th....H Elias. (R) 

Hoellger, B. 99 Hudson J.Hoffmann. (R) 

HoCTmann, A. li Duane Kubsam & Herr- 
mann. 
Hoffmann, H. 107 William . . . . G. Ringler & Co. 
Horling. H. 174 E. 106lh . . . .F. Horling. 
Huttich, C. 21)3 Bowery.... G. Ehret. (R) 

Jones, C. A. 141 Av D....F. E. & A. E. Bliss. 

Restaurant. 

Levy, C. S. 15 Centre M. J. Lichtenberg. 

Laenger, A 1017th — W. Braunwartb. 

Lane, H. V. 315 W. 44ih....Willlambburgh 

Brewing Co. Ice Box. 

Manning, W.J. 648 Itjth av M. Groh's Sons. 

McCormack, H. 231 E. 45ih....Williamsburgn 

Brewing Co. 
McMahon, H. C. S2 Stone 

Brewing Co. (Lim.) 
McMabon, P. 366 8th av. . . 
Medern, iL. 414 Morris... 

rant. 
Mowatt, Kate, f 09 3d av 
Mueller, R, 040 1st av.. 



600 

400 
2,484 

2C0 

140 

1,760 

125 
4C0 

sno 

300 

276 

3,000 

2,815 

61 '0 

850 

1,000 
850 
6 

6,000 

5-38 

8,(j0O 

150 

80 
600 



Burger & Hower 

J. G. McMurray. 
, .L. Penna. Restau- 



. .J. Kress Brewing Co. 
.J. Kress Brewing Co. 



O'Connor, D. 265 East Broadway .... P. Mc- 
Quade. 

O'Gorman, E. 3035 3dav....D. Mayer. 

Ohrt, 6. 12 Vandewater .... P. Buckel. 

Pearson, N. P. 38 Delancey D. Mayer. 

Pfaffmann, M. 1070 3d av. . . .G. Fhret. 

Piggott, W. 202 Greenwich . . . .Mary E. Piggott. 

(R) 

Fritz, J. 031 10th av. . . . A. Zann. 

Schmidt, H. J. 1319 2d aT....H. Elias Brewing 
Co. 

Schroeder, C. 534 Pearl .... S. Liebmann's 
Sons. (R) 

Schultz, Margaretha. 176 East Houston H. 

Gaebler. Restaurant. 

Shepherd, L. 266 8th av . . . . J. G. McMurray. 

Spahr, O. 103 3d av . . . W. B raunwarth. 

Speer, H. 680 8th av G. Ehret. 

SiBgner, C. 99Thomp,'on...M. Seitz. (E) 

Sehmi't, C. 104 2d av....G. Ecret. 

Schueler, C. 430 E. 6th ... . Schmitt & S. 

Stein & Thielan. 278 Bowery... .Bell Hauaer. 
Restaurant. 

Skube, J. b20CortlandtaT.. 

Tornquist, H. 106 Av A. 
Ice Box. 

Troeger.R. 70Soulli. ...G. Ringler & Co. 



.P.& W. Ebling. (R) 
...Btrnheimer & S. 



80 W. 29th... W. S. HoUings- 
I Brunswick- 



. H. Pape. 
G. kingler 



Temple, W, 
worth. 

Von Bergen, C. 2276 1st av .. 
Balke-Collender Co. Billiards. 

Wahlers, D. 116 Gansevoort . H. 

Wallace, T. J and J. P. 36 6th av 
& Co. 

Same. 85 Carmine same. 

Weiss, G. J., and F. H. Eiecker. 2433 3d aT. . . 
G. Ehret. (R) 

Wiederhold, F. H. 70 Av C... Bernheimer* S. 

Wolf, I L. 164 E. lOMh . . P. Buckel. (R) 

Yondorf, J. C. 1481 2d av. . .. J. Kuppert. 

Zatsch, E. 60 Essex.... M. E. Sandtord. Bil- 
liards. 

HOUSEHOLD lUBNITURV. 

Anstell, Emma. 1834 Lexlngtonav H. D. Van 

Rensselaer. Piano. 

Barrett, Ellen. 315 ¥:. 14th. ...B. Nathan. 

Bazin, G. C. 86 Bedford . . . L. Baumann. 

Bernsch, A. 131 East Broadway ...H. S. Eisler. 

Bliss, Hattie W .J. & J. Dobson. 

Budmer, H. 72 2d av . . S. Heyman. 

Broader, 8. 126 Delancey ...S.I. Herschmann. 

Brown, Blanche. 133 W. 15th G. Fennell & Co. 

Brush, Lucinda. 145 North 41st L. Baumann. 

Burdon, W. W. 178 E. 8Sth. .. .Barnes & Bro 

Burras, J. W. 119 W. 13.'d....D. Schwarzkopf. 

Brodek, Lizzie. 231 W. 3uth....0'Farred & H. 

(K) 

Byrne, Norah. 203 E. 73d. ...Spies Bros. 

Cal.ens, Alice. 217 E. 7Sd ...Cowperthwait & 
Co. 

Corey, Anna M. 229 E. 128th.... Mary E. 
Y oungs. 

Conlan, C'e.ia. 480 Willis av. . . . Wheelock & Co. 
Piano. (R) 

Colby, Harriet F. 293 Alexander ay L. Bau- 
mann. 

Coleman, Julia. 63 and 65 W. 9th A.Arm- 
strong. 

CcBter, lielen F. 33 W. 2l8t . . .F. D. Kernochan. 
Piano. 

Davenport, C. 879 6th av L. Baumann. 

Davis, Annie. 359 W. 45th. . . .Delahanty .S; McG. 

Durand, Josephine. 158 W. 15th ... D. Schwarz- 
kopf. 

DuU-hcr, A. C. 239 W. a8th....L. Baumann. 

Dennis, Matiie. 11 Cornelia E. O'Callahan. 

Drysdale, R. S. 361 W. 68th... F. D. Kerno- 
chan. 

Eakins, R. 133 W. 43d ... . E. O'Callahan. 

Ehlers, E. J. 37 Macdougal . . . A. R. Peabody. 

thrmann, S. 23 Carmine 0'FarreIl& H. 

Elms, Sarah. 67 Bond ...M. Manges (H) 

Evans, Millie. 74 W. 38th M. Manges. 

Ellison, Eliza. 140 W. 137th,... F. G. Smith. 
Piano. (R) 

Estrowitz, J. 53 Ludlow J. Kurtz. 

Ferris, Maggie. 174 Perry W. J. Ruddell. 

Fisher, W. J. 2501 8th aT....G Fennell & Co. 

230 W. 26th.... Mary A. Fitzsim- 



600 
900 

250 
1,000 
1,074 



115 

600 

1.205 

l,8u0 

3,000 
1,600 

200 

900 

300 
6 
600 
3,500 
350 
600 
200 

60 
300 

110 
8,000 

600 

200 
950 

2,C00 
900 

1,000 
200 
600 
800 

110 



Flanagan, B. 

mens. 
Fanuel, O. C. 
Gutteniog, M. 



Ogdenav. ..O'Farrell & H. (R) 
105 Bowery.... Epstein, K. A Co. 

Germain, J. H. 867 3d av .. .Friel & dand. 

G.bson, Josephine. 33 E 42d.. L.Z.Bach. 

Gleitz, Elizabeth. 178th st, near K. R D. 

Schwarzkopf. 

Golden, M. 433 E. 79th.... Jordan & M. 

Hagan, J. 433 E. 8lth . . . Drelsacker & Co. 

Hammond, Mary. 944 8th aT.,,.D. Schwarz- 
kopf, 



65 
100 
234 
137 
454 
335 
234 
116 
268 
100 
314 

16J 
157 

239 

150 

110 

108 

1,000 

135 
315 
189 

285 
165 
154 

100 
161 
130 
176 
197 
1,06S 

150 
113 
101 
181 

1,200 
329 
151 
156 
100 

159 
223 
116 

124 



Hands, Minnie. 24 Oliver.. 

Fiano. 
Hebberd, W. E., Jr 

Piano. 
Hresll, J. 233 E. 5th 



R. M. Walters. 

(R) 

I E. 108th... F. G. Smlih. 

(R) 

. Katherina Hoeseli. 

.J. Caroliae Col- 



Hughes, T. B. 281 10th av 
lins. Piano. 

Hardy, Isabella. 174 E. 106th . . . Spies Brca. 

Hart, Anna. 214 E. I3th. .. M. Manges. I.R) 

Hewitt, E. 613W. SOth .. E. O'Callahan. 

Huntington, W. E. 949 6th av....N. Y. Furni- 
ture Co 

Huth, A. 555 W. 89lh . . . .Krakauer Pros. Piano. 

Johnson, A. 349 E. 8l3t . . .Epstein, K. & Co. 

Jones, Laura. 363 6th av. . Comperthwait & 
Co. 

Joyce, T. SCO E. 72d. ...Epstein, K. & Co. 

Kahn, L. 836 E. 7Ist. . . J. Stern. 

Karl, Jessie. 131 W. 39th.... M. Manges. (R) 

Karp.Sophie. 77 Division C. Weinsteln. 

Keating, Eliza. 847 W. 62d.... Wheelock & Co. 
Piano. 

Kimmey, Cora E. 815 W. 38th. ..Catherine 
McDonough. 

Kiog.E. A. 100 W. 71st....Wheelock& Co. Pi- 
ano. 

Kane, P. F. 2306 Monroe . . . . D. Schwarzkopf. 

Knobloch, Kate. l.'>5l 2d av Jordan & M. 

Lambert, Kate. 94E. 114ih... L. Fraissinet. 

Laurence, Eliz. 43W. 28ih... E. J. Post. 

Lewis, Margaret. 106 E. 35th D. Schwarz- 
kopf. 

Lewis, M. 1S3 E. 24th . . .S. I. Herschmann. (R) 

Laughlin, G. A. 168 W. I28th . . . . W heelook & Co. 
Piano. 

Leo, Minnie E. Manhattan Storage H. Van 

Rensselaer. Furniture, Stored. 

Livingston. I. M. F. 213 W. 44th.... Cowper- 
thwait cS: Co. 

Livingston, J. 763 Washington F. T. Higgin? 

McKinnon,A. 4ti6 E. 8lst . ..H. S. Eisler. 

Maney, W. 118 Clinton pi. ...Cowperthwait & 
Co. 

Martens, Sophie. 91 Chrystie. 



McCarthy, Julia. 2f 3 E. 20th . 
Merriman, Nellie. 4i7 W. 31th 
Morton, Kitty. 2' 5 W. S3d 
Murray, L. II. 211 W. 13th 
Murray. Lottie 132 W. 15th 



..F. T. Higgins. 

(R) 

A. Marks. 

..M. Manges. 
Epstein, K. & Co. 
B. Nathan. 

F. J. Brechtel. 



Marcher, Amelia B. 211 W. 34th. ...W. B. Rich- 
ardson. 

Marks, M. and J. 17 Clinton ...A.Jacob. 

McGarry, Maggie. 341 lOthav. ...o'Farrell&H. 

McQueen, G. 151 W. 6.'d . . G. Peterson. 

Morehouse, Irene C. 1-38 W. 81st.... W. F. In- 
man. 

Mult'ord, M. L. 341 W. 22d . . . . D. Schwarzkopf. 

Mulhullain, Katie. 239 E. 28th. . . .Jordan & M, 

MuUer, Elizabeth. 2-36 E. 76th. . . .L. Baumann. 

Natimo, L. 201 W. 29th . FT. Higgins. 

Neill, R. 1616 3d av.... Spies Bros. 

O'Connell, Nora. 95 5th av F. G. Smith. 

Piano. 

O'Neill, C. 745E. 14l8t... G. Fennell & Co. 

Osborne, G. W. 137 W. 35th ...L. Egleston. (R) 

Pelletier, Emma. 210 E. 13th .... Wheelock & Co. 
Piano. 

Perrino, Mary. 856 9l,h av. . . .K. J. Willoughhy. 

Perhan, Mary E. 263 W. 47th. . . E. O'Callahan. 

Price, B. L. r.80 3d av....A. Hahn. Piano. 

Prince, S. H. 138;E. 105th... Mary E. Cowles. 

Radmann, C. 32.1 E. 14th ...A. J. Steers. 

Ranklns, AdeUne F. 215 W. 17th.... F. T. Hig- 
gins. 

Richards, Mamie. 4333d av M. Manges. (R) 

Rosenberg, H. 423 5th ... . H. S. Eisler. 

Rixa, Johanna. 13 . E. 54th Francisca Heine, 

Boeder, Rosa. 331 E. 79th . . . . D. Schwarzkopf. 

Rohr, L. 313 E. 104th.... H. S. Eisler. 

Rothblum, A. 219 W. 40th. O'Farrell&H. 

Rover, Rachel M. 303 W. 14th .... Margaret F. 
Cagney. Piano. 

Russell, Mary T. 14 Neilson pl... P. Bowe. 
Piano. 

Rust, Klise. 85 2d. 

Rulhtrford, A. A. 
loughby. 

Sellmaier, Amelia, 
bugler, Jr. 

Schmidt, C. F. 838 E. 23d .... F. J. Brechtel. 

Sedelmyer, G. F. 512 W. SOth... .Jordan & M. 

Segnitz, B 149 E. t3d . . B. Nathan. 

Sharr, M. 336 E 71st... S. Belgard. 

Shaw, Fannie. 15i E. 63d. . M. Manges. (R) 

Sidier, Mrs. 443 W. 47th.... E. O'Callahan. 

Smith, Elizabeth. 86 Thompson... .F. T. Hlg- 



..AnnaM. Rust. 
116 E. 54th.. .R. 



330 E. 10th.... J. Steln- 



(R) 1 
J. Wil- 



gins. 
Sternheim, A. 

Piano. 
Steroglauz, M. 
Sternheim. P. 



343 E. 62. 



(R) 
..Krakauer Bros. 



330 E. 107th.... M.Rosen. 
343 E. 53d . . . . G. Fennell &. Co. 

Sturges, Margaret. Ill W. 4 ith J. F. Manges. 

Taylor, Sarah L. 208 E. 7oth . . .H S. Webster. 

Trstevinde, L. 10 E 33d.. .E Dardy. (R) 

Thackston, EmilieS. 118 W. 13ih ...J. D.'Evans. 

(R)25, 

Tinte, Julia. 341 E. 69th. . . .H. S. Eisler. 

Turck, Sarah C. 3 St. Lukes pl....L. Smad- 
beck. (R) 

Urbanowicz, A. W. 160 E. 39th M. Herzberg. 

Van Loan, Harriet. 223 E. 86th J. L. Myers. 

Vester, Mary. 51 Prosp-ct pl J. F. Manges. 

Veyre, J. 135 W. 37th ...Delahanty & McG. 

Voss, Louisa M. 633 E. 143d. . . E. Kirk. Piano. 

Wiliiami, E. 139 W. 6 th....T. Kelly. 

Williamson, Saiah M. 304 W. 14th. ...L. Bau- 
mann. 

Winston, Catharine. 26 Minetta lane F. T. 

Higgins. 

Wood, Roaie 17 W. 1 1th. . . .O'Farrell & H. (R) 

Wurm, J 231 E. I07th . Rosalie Pergament. 

Young, Mary. 163 W. 73d ... . Paul na C. Jehl. 

Zeiloth, A. 237 E. 2l8t. . . .Jordan & M. 



101 
,6lO 

100 
168 
460 
104 

319 
135 
149 

864 
171 
145 
S78 
300 

175 

261 

835 
231 
126 
100 
120 

,190 
630 

80O 



158 
203 
118 

123 

400 

cuj 
170 
278 
100 
192 

150 
200 
112 
1-50 

1,000 
318 
124 
li7 
154 
150 

288 
293 
161 

800 
100 
101 
130 
100 
345 

678 
172 
160 
I.OtO 
181 
207 
186 

101 

100 
,000 

ICO 

132 

5.78 
116 
650 
160 
190 
107 

600 

805 
260 
337 
1,836 
100 
932 

,000 
108 

100 
136 
215 

194 
160 
811 
116 

252 

;i13 
135 
185 

250 
129 



lUSCEI.I.ANEOnS. 

Alexander & Amana. 446 Washington ...A. 

Schwaab Barber Fixtures. 165 

Atwell & Co. 94 Liberty E. Bynner. Office 

Furniture. 359 

Barbieri, A and P. 486 10th av W. GIgho. 

Barber Fixtures. 175 

Barney Dumping Boat Co... C. N. Bliss, trus- 
tee. All Boats, Property Rights and Fran- 
chises. (R) 160,600 

Bathmer, A. 14 Charlton.... A. Marks. 

Coacfaee. 20O 

Betty & Edgar. 482 8d av. ...Economic Motor 

Co. Machinery, 561 

Blinn, H. L. and W. N. Hotel Shelburn.... 
Franklin H. Delano et al. Hotel Furniture. 

secures rent 



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Bliven, A. P. 81 Broad . . . .Mosler, 

Safe. 
Boeddiker & Walter. 954 6th av. 

Drug Fixtures. 
Brass Goods Mfg. Co. 113 Chambers. 

lett. Printiug Office. 



Bowen & Co. 

175 
..E. Molwitz. 

12,000 
C. Hew- 

(R) 2,000 



Briggs J. E. 70 VV. lith....E. H. Benn. Surgi 

cal lostrumeiits. (R) S50 

Burgess Pat Steam Gun Co. 45 Broadway . . 

Mosler. Bowen & Co. Safe. 165 

Burgtotf.T. R. 2.'4u ist av....J. W. Tufts. Soda 

Wat'-T Apparatus. 650 

Byrne, W. P. 7 Maodougal....J. W. Tutts 

Soda Water Apparatus 1,869 

Barnes, Harriet. 728 Broadway Q. Storer. 

Machinery. 200 

Beard. W. H. 51 W. 10th... .J. T. Johnson. 

Pictures. 2,358 

Bogart, Jennie H. 202 Broadway ondl7John 
Bt . . W. P. Brandegee, admr. Store Fixt- 
ures, Machinery. S09 

Burnap, I. M. 619 Greenwich... E. H. Paddock. 

Brick Building. 2,000 

Cherouny Prlntin,; Co. 17-27 Vandewater H. 

Lindermeyr. Printing Prfss. (R) 6,000 

Cohen, Mary J ... Henrietta Uasbrouck. Horses, 

Carriages, &c. 600 

Cromwell, J W....E. Ehler. Wagon. 100 

Canfield, C. S. 404 W 44th....Miron Canfleld. 

Horses, Trucks, &c. 2,.300 

Carroll, J. 7th av and 150th st P. McCabe, 

Horses, Trucks, &c. 448 

Cody, E. T... .Mosler, Bowen & Co. Sate. 135 

Cogao, J. P. 893 9th av Sarah M. Cogan. 

Store Fixtures, Horses, Wagons, &c. 6,000 

Corning & Co. 2i2 Ht. Nicholas av Susan P. 

Seymour. Printing Press. (R) 275 

Dresser & Parker. 2i9 Fulton Prentiss Tool 

and Supply Co. Machinery, &c 462 

Duffy, Mary. 148 E 43d J. Cunuingham, Son 

& Co. Carriage. (R) 187 

Eisenhuth, H. 401 E. ISth ...E. F. Boehmann. 

Barber Fixtures. 100 

Elder. Jr.. J. 29 Greenwich.. .Bertha Arndt. 

Machinery, Teols, <S;c. (R) 100 

Embsweiler, J. 99 and 101 Willett ...Q. A. 

Simon, Horse, Wagon, iSc. 83 

Eckstein, D H. 122 W. 46th. ...Hincks & John- 
son. Co-ich. 525 

Franke. A. 609 E. 16th.... L. Simonson. Cigar 

Fixtures. 50 

Finks, May. 19 Orchard Archer Mfg. Co. 

Barber Fixtures. 33 

French, Helen A. French's Hotel Whittier 

Machine Co. Elevator, &c. (R) 1,000 

Friedfich. J. 1764 3d av....M. J. Adler. Gro- 
cery Fixtures. 200 

Oallo, J., & Bro. 14)Uarion Mosler, Bowen & 

Co. Sate. 140 

Ooerlitz, A. 2l5Centre ...A. Olmesdahl. Print- 
ing Presses. (R) 845 

Goldberg, I. 31 Orchard J. Freese. Sewing 

Machine. 150 

Gurges, W. 2297 2d av.... Hunker & Bischotf. 

Horse & Wagon. 579 

Hamilton, S. M. 107 E.63d....E. Rothschild. 

Horses, Wagons, &c. (K) 5,000 

Hautsche, E. 3il E. 22d ...J. L. Daniels and J. 

Wilshaw Machinery. 815 

Helbig, N. 2002 9th av....S. Littman. Barber 

Fixtures. 102 

Harris & Co. 124 and 126 Park row....M, Jar- 

mulowsky. Photographic Apparatus. 59 

Henbury, A. 536 Courtlandt av Liberty Ma- 

cbine Works. Printing Preas. 85 

Hoffmann, A. 353 W.26tb ...A. Zaiss. MachlB- 

ery. 191 

Huttich, C. 10th av,n e cor 188th.... M. Kyle. 

Building, &c. 1,000 

Kemp, J. L ...Hut. Ben. Ice Co. Horses, 

Wagons. &c. 1,690 

Kervan. M. C. 207 K. 111th. ...C. Kervan. Black- 
smith Fixtures. 1,600 

Klee, a. Boulevard, near 79chst Mary E. 

Scheihing. Frame House 1,500 

Klein, P. 2t9 Ay C ...L. Bresloff. Confection- 
ery Fixtures. 150 

Knickerbocker Gas Light Co ...W. B. Cutting, 
trustee. All Rights, Property and Fran- 
chises. (R) 631,000 

Krebs, C. 27Parkpl....M. Krebs. Printing Of- 
fice. (R) 500 

Ketcham&Co. 1537 Broadway.... T. J. Tut- 

hill. Horses, Milk Wagons, &c. (R) 809 

Knowlton, W. 335 4th av E. T. Hoopes. 

Photographic Gallery. (R) 500 

Kostelak A. 619 5th. ... M. Levy & Bro. Cigar 

Fixtures. 549 

Krauss, J. Coleman House C. Bender. Bar- 
ber Fixtures. 600 

Lawrence, J. and J. J. Flushing st. Long Isl- 
and City Hilton Timber <S; Lumber Co. 

Horses. (R) 600 

Same Same. Machinery. (R) 2,090 

Letkowitz, A., and D. Strasmusky. Ill Mangin 

Rosa LeCkowitz. Machinery. 85 

Lehman. W. P. 463 8th av L. Simonson. Gas 

Engine. S50 

Martin, Caroline B. W. 87 E. 39lh . . .Oceana S. 

Pollock. School Fixtures. (R) 2,989 

Same....E. Schell. School Fixtures. (R) 438 

Masnero. G. 274 Spring ,..L. Penna. Baker's 

Wagon. 250 

Montanus, Jr, E. 38 6th av F. Ehrmann. 

Store Fixtures. 8,000 

Muller & Cyriaks. 1085 E. 166th. . . .C. H. Meyer. 

Grocery Fixtures, Horse, Wagon, &c. 713 

New York Surgicil Instrument .Mfg Co. 400 W. 

14th ...E. L. Wagner. Machinery, &c. 2,159 

Ockenfuss, Elizabeth. 22u9 2d av....T. H. 

Mulch Bakery 175 

Orr, Emily. :<8 W. 15th.... H. D. Van Rensse- 
laer. Personal property. 60 

Old D' -minion Hteamablp i o Farmers' Loan 

and Trust Co. Steamers Luray, Louie and 
Transfer, bub^tituted for other property released 
Peck, H W. 1298 3d av....J. Bauer. iJutcher 

160 



Fixtures 

Pray. J. P. 38 W. 20th.... Mosler, Bowen & Co. 
Safe. 

Reid, H. F. W. Zimer. All interest in Auto- 
copyist Co. 

Eidener E. 46 Canal . . . .Archer Mfg. Co. Bar- 
ber Fixtures. 

Baltzsielu, M. 80 East Broadway .... Mos1«r, 
Bowen & Co. Safe. 

SchlOBser, A. 937 9ih av....J. W. Tufts. Soda 
Water Apparatus. 

Schneider, A. and B. 305 and 397 E. 61st. . . . C. 
Schneider. Laundry. 

Same — same. Laundry. 

Sternfeld. J. 132S 2d aT....B. Bromberger. 
Bakery, 



140 
1,892 



86 
100 



155 



600 
800 



850 



Struthem. J. S4-84 New Chambers . . . . C. B. Cot- 
trell & Sons Printing Press. 

Salvador, P. 866 9th av.... Archer Mfg Co. Bar- 
ber Fixtures. 

Samu-is, S. 532 7th av... Rosa Schuss. Barber 
Fi >• 1 tu'es. 

Saxroii & Cook. 135 Spring. . . .E. F. Fourtelotte. 
Machinery. 

Smltt, M J. Gottsleben. Carriage. 

Strut hers, J. 24-34 New Chambers , . . . C. B. Cot- 
trell & Sons. Printing Press. (R) 

Tanszig, N. 297 East Houston H. L. M. Metz. 

Drug Fixtures. (R) 

Thompson, N. B. 2274 2d aT....J. W. Tufts. 
Soda Water Apparatus. 

Tuog, R ...J. W. Tufts. Soda Water Appa- 
ratus. 

Tussari, G. 32 Grand P. Arata. Coffin Manu- 
factory. 

~ ■■ " 699 10th av....C. Birhn. Can- 
IB) 
Canal A.Goldman. Satchel 



Vonder Wall, J, 

dy Store. 
Weilzmau, J. 2 

Factory. 
Werdenschlag, Gertrude. 466 6th av ...T. Far- 

rell. Butcher Fixtures. 
WursI er, F. 1853 9th av Catharlaa Wurster. 

Bakery. 
Young, A. D. 423E. 14th.... Mosler, Bowen & 

Co. Safe. (R) 

Yeandle, Ford & Weir. 415 E. 14Uh Asenaih 

B. Laley. Machinery. 
Zaun. J. 153 E. 3d . . . Kurth & Schubert. Tools, 

&c. 
Ziegler, J. 883 10th av....E. C. G. Von Pein. 

Barber Fixtures. 
Same S. Littman. Barber Fixtures. 

BILLS OF SAU!. 

Bedell. E. 1319 2d av. ...H. J. Schmitt. Saloon. 

Bible, D. P. 756 Broadway ... Q. W. Bible. Of- 
fice Furniture, Electrotypes, Dies &c. 

Brown, I W. T. Byerson. 14 int. partnership 

effects. 

Etzel, A. 1133 Ist av Mary Gruno. Grocery 

Fixtures. 

Hasbrouok, C. De W. 167 E. 84th.... Mary J. 
Col.en. Undertaker Fixttires. 

.Tehl, A. 92a6thav.. .Carolina P, Jehl. Bakery. 

Jehl, Charles J. 9« 6th av. ...A Jehl. Bakery. 

Kattengell. Emmy. 23i E. 58th.... B. Rank. 
Boarding House Furniture, &c. 

Klein, H. 4i8 2dav....M. Ritter. Gents' Fur- 
nishing Store. 

Molwitz, E. 954 6th av ...O. Boeddiker and A. 
Walter. Druggist Fixtures. 

Mulch, T. H. 2209 2d av . . . . Elizabeth Ockenfuss. 
Bakery. 

Rifenburg, G. W. 196 Av C....J. Meenan. Sa- 
loon. 

Ross, J. 305and307E. 6l3t....A. & B.Schnei- 
der. Laundry Machinery, &c. 

Schluer, J. W. 83 B. 7th... A. H. Schroeder. 
Grocery Fixtures. 

Steluborn, Helene. 363 and 365 Washington ... 
L. Franke & Co. Machinery. 

Thomas, Elizabe;h. 1176 Sd av G. Koenig. 

Barber Fixtures. 

Young. J. 100 Av A C. Hehn. House Fur- 
nishing Business. 
AS8IGNMKNTS OF CHATTBL MORTGAGES. 

Foy, Margaret, to T. C. Lyman & Co. (J. Mur- 
phy, June 1, 1886), 

Heyer, C, to J. Koehler (F. Grlese, June 13, 
1887). 

Pfeiffer, C, to Margaret Simpson (E. Darmstadt, 
March 15, 188?). 

Shook & Everard, to D.Mayer (H. Roberts, Dec. 
7, 1S66). 



3,050 

675 

200 

500 
700 

8,200 

3,eto 

175 

600 

750 

850 

35 

237 

600 

205 

1,000 

150 

200 
156 

200 
nom 
nom 

650 

3,700 
150 
150 

2,000 

100 

12,000 

175 

660 

1,100 

1,900 

1,500 

600 

1,000 

460 
10m 

630 
748 



489 Lexington av P. Schutt. 

Seigel av ...Anderson & Co. 



. G. 



KINGS COCNTT. 

SALOON FIXTXTRBS. 

Arnold, W. 192 Middleton... Burger & Hower 

Brewing Co. $410 

Barnemann, E. 494 5th av ...Rubsam & H. ' 200 

Farrlngton, W. H. 578 Grand Williamsburgh 

Brewing Co. 340 
FUnn, S. Vanderbilt av, s e cor Pacific st — 

(R) 2,000 
Gregory, A. Rogersav and Park pi Williams- 
burgh Brewing Co. lOO 
Gerry, J. 802 Mvrtle av....Danenberg ACo. 300 

Uartman, M. 112 Flatbush av Brunswick & 

C. Co. Billiard Table. 200 
Krohn, H. 67 4th av. . .N. Lohse. 1,100 
Lindeman, M. i;09 Fulton.... I. Roth. 225 
Markey, M. Grand st, Bushwick av H. Koeh- 
ler ,& Co. 1,700 
Nagel, U. 201 Throopav.... Rubsam &H. (R) 400 
Noe, K. 874 Park av....Eli2. Mellzer. 250 
Otto Bros. 53 and 55 Fulton Q. Winter Brew- 
ing Co. 2,100 
Rebeho, C....G. Zipp. (R) 20J 
."chaefer, F. 42 Varet. ...W. Zerweck. 400 

Schoenhaus, H. 142 Ewen Budweiser Brewing 

Co. <R) 250 

Senior, J. B. 841 4th Budweiser Brewing Co. 

(R) 1,000 

Smith, M. E. 373 Magnolia . . . E Oi-hs. 400 

Voege. H. 5T9Tillary. ..Beadleston & W. (R) 2,000 

Walters, W. E. 287 Broadway ...E. B. Walters. 1,600 

Williams, J. 148Sackett....M. Seitz. '^46 

Same ..same. (R) 216 

Wolff, M. 654 Gates av J. H. Betz. 1,350 

BOUBEHOLO FUBNirtTRE. 

Allen, Catharine. Nassau st, Cypr<'ss Hill.... 

F. O Smith. Piano. (H) 263 

Barthoulot, Louise. 1516 Fulton F. Q. Smith. 

Piano. 275 

Bonner, A. A. 469 North 2d .... A Schulz. 176 

Beardsley, L H. 96 Franklin ... J. MuUins. 108 
Broadhurst, Mrs. A. 17 Gallatin pl....E. D. 

Phelps. Piano. 150 

Cadmus, S.C. 219 Degraw .I.Mason. 118 

Clarke, Sarah. 131 2d .. I. Mason. 100 
Clougb, Sophie M. 199 Washington .... A. A. 

Mead. 130 
Constaniin, Anna. 34 Georgia av ...M. Schulz 

& Bro. 145 

Crooke, M. F. 37 Bergen. . . J. MuUins. 201 

Dubois Kate. 310 staU .. F. G. Umlth. Piano. 260 

Fox, T. B. 296Navy,...H. I8rael& Sons. 118 

Frost, Mrs. F. 104 Concord, .. H. J. Rorke. 126 

Gamble,R. H. Butler av....A. A. Michell. liS 

Gan.-'ept-.hl, Mamie R . Cowperthwaii & Co. 185 

tiller, W. Cowperthwalt & LO. (R) 118 

Uroa jinsky, C. 426 S 4th ... . Epstein, K. <S Co. 206 

Hebrrt, J. R. 855 Vernon av I. Mason. 150 

Uorton, J. H. Uath Beach. .. .S. Kuapp& Co, 

Carpels. iZi 



Harms, Paulina, 
Hibbets, J. E. 

Piano. 

Kessler, A. L. 71 Grand av Jordan & M. 

Kiellock, Minnie. 159 Fort Greene pi... F 

Sniiih. Piano 

Lundqvist, A. T. 77 Orange B. Nathan. 

Lehmann, o F. i;4Cl.>mer — A. Sheilas. 

Maithaner, Caroline. 3:W Floyd A. Schulz. 

McMahon, D. .322 Park pi .. . I.Mason. 
McMahon, Katharine. Scbenck and Bay avs 

Anderson & Co. Piano. 
McMuiIan, Harriet C. 106 Rockaway av M. 

Schulz & Bro. 
McHullen, Mary L. 104 North Oxford. . . .Jordan 

& M. 
McElhatten, M. Grand, cor Ewen st Leavy 

& B. Brewing Co. 
McNamara, Emma. 1226 Myrtle av J. Mc- 

Greevey. 

May, Mary. 230 Ralph av J. Steinbugler, Jr. 

McKeon, P. 80 South 3d... .Jordan & M. 

Meyer, O. £97 Park av . . . R. Meier. 

Mossop, Lucinda. 57 South 6th .... F. G. Smith. 

1 iaDo. 
Muller, E. P.. R. C. Benjamin. 
Mundy, Mrs. Kate. 419 121*. ...F. G. Smith. 

Piano. (.R) 

O'Malley, AnnieH... J.&J.DobsoD. 
Paiker, Mary E. and G. F. 132 First pi.... W, 

A. Topping. 
Pease, Frauces J. and Emma L. 36 Downing st 
.. G Q. Reynolds. (K) 

Pollock, Emma F. 4053d-. ..C. A. Mettler. 
Rogers, J . G. and O. D. 228 Madison Mary G. 

Rand. 
Scott, Mary. 218 Sterling pi... E. D. Phelps. 

Piano. 
Shotwell, W. B. 189 Adams... F. G. Smith. 

Piano. 
Sullivan, Mrs. Rose. 1173 3d pi... E. D. Phelps. 

Piano. tK) 

Schrieck, A... Cowperthwalt & Co. 

Sboehy, T Cowpertnwait & Co. 

Skilton, J. A. 498 Chnton av H. E. Low. 

Same — same. 

St. John, Hannah. 129 Stockton Anderson & 

Co. Piano. 
Sussman, I. 1482 1st av, N. Y....F. J. Brechtel. 
Taylor, T. W. 487 Quincy....F. G. Smith. 

Piano. (R) 

Thome, Emily M. 79 Macon L. Fraissinet. 

Toury, J Cowperthwalt & Co. 

Trumpoour, V. 740 Fulton SarahM. McChes- 

ney. 
Tildesley, F. 221 Bergen. . . .1. Mason. 
Uhle, Emma. 6il 5th av ...SI. Hsrschmann.. 

Wechsler, M. 41 Meaerole H. Israel & Son. 

Wilson, Elizabethel. ia«i4Broaaway....F. G. 
Smith. Piano. 

MXeiOKLLANXOCB. 

Anderson, W. J. 117 Fulton ...H. Seebert ,S 
Bro. Maehinery. 

Atwell & Co. 94 Liberty st, N. Y" E. Bynner. 

Office Furnliure. 

Bottcher, J. 643 Hfcks ...C. F. Kemmert. 
Butcher. 

Bottcher, J. 643 Hicks . . . . C. F. Remmert. 
Butcher. 

Cameron, C. E. 1584 Fulton A.Moses. Mar- 
ket. 

Celestino, M., and Poratti P. Coney Island 

M. Balsamo. Engine, Sic. 

Dankel Bro. 7 Hamilion av Puffer & Sons' 

Mfg. Co. Soda Water Apparatus. 

Feltman, Fred. 091 and 693 Bergen Jane Mc- 

Crea. Bottling Business. 

Ferrara, G. 195 Hoyt .. V. Fatta. Barber. 

GiUette Barrel! Co. Newark . . . . E. W. Bliss Co. 
Machinery. 

Hull, K. W. 209 Halsey . . . .J. F. and C. E. Hull. 

Lehr, E. 647 Washington av Meua Hahff . Bak- 
ery. 

McGowan, E. W . . . R. Lamson & Co. Trucks. 

Norton, T. lOih av, I'rospecc pi B. Weld. 

Horse, &c. 

Pettit, O. F ....J. A. Isaacs. Press. (R) 

Philips, C. S. Mt. Pleasant, L. I. . . .E. Bennett. 
Farm Machines. 

Relnhart, A. 113 Throop av M. Hofman. 

Oil Route. 

Robinson, A. E. 374 Adams J. J. Day, Jr. 

Barber. 

Roonie, Catherina. 276 Broadway Mar.^t. 

L'ostello Pictures, &c. 

SchuUen, Katherina. 219 and 251 Wallabout. . . . 
H. Hamilton. Machinery, Ac. (H) 

Shaw, W. B. 642 Fulton.... W. and J. Sloane. 
Fixtures and Ifurniture. 

SwalB, K. C. 128J Fulton. . . .G. W. Swain. Ba- 
kery. 

Schorr, J. 1934 Fulton st and 109 Rogers av 

Levy & May. Butchers. 

SchwacK, L. U. P.Barrett. Wagon. 

Toothill, J. 288 South st. New York.. ..J. 
Ougheltree. Tools. 

The Brass Goods Mfg. Co. 260 State. . . .C. Hew- 
lett. Presses, &c. 

Vizzo, V. 389 w arren ... V. Fatta. Barber. 

Vilpe, G. 399 Bond . . Ar jher Co. Barb<-r. 

VanUen Houten & Co Campbell Press Co., 

&c. Press. 

Vescio, L., and A PerlUo. 253 North 2d ... P. 
Caponlgri Barber. 

Same. 253 N. 2d ...C. Annecchlno. Barber. 

Yarres, V. 693 Fulton... Puffer & Sons' Mfg. 
Co. Soda Water Apparatus. 

Zendler, C. 806 Bushwick av . . . . P. Kruse. Can- 
dies. Hi; 

BILLS OF aALE. 



1,700 

117 
108 

275 
1 10 

356 
157 
105 

275 



103 

1,0 07 

845 
100 
161 
100 

100 
100 

303 
161 

375 

470 
450 

186 

200 

250 

111 

230 

183 

3,010 

3,0CO 

100 

175 

225 

llO 
135 

400 
114 
135 
US 

849 



3,000 

a.'ig 

400 

800 

1,000 

250 

660 

1,466 
275 

4,100 
600 

100 

800 

860 
750 

400 

160 

400 

206 

768 

1,500 

125 
187 

412 

2,000 
228 
182 

300 

106 
100 

SCO 

366 



195 Clifton pi. . . .Bridget Tracy. 



Clinton, M. J. 
Saloon. 

Eno, J. T. 1169 Fulton.... T. K. Tomson. Con- 
fectioner. 

Friedmaun, J. 710 Broadway... J.Hoffmann. 
Grocery. 

Green, W R. H. Hoile. lij Interest Letters 

Patent 

Garry, Iiei A. and W. W. 16 Grand.... H. 
bauer. Saloon. 

Jordan, W. B. M., recvr. 48 Myrtle av 

Eliza Tice. Jewelery Store and Lease. 

Karg, H. 6H9 Park av ...Eliz. Bopp. Confec- 
tionery, &c. 

Lendle, 0. 264 Atlantic av....J. H. Tlsdale. 
Furniture. 

McMahon, B. F., and W. C. Kelly. 309 Van 
Brunt. .. G. F. Carey. Saloon. 

Mahnken, Annie U. HA RuUedga . . . . D. Schultze. 
Grocery. 



900 
260 

1,300 
600 
700 

6,0C0 
150 
219 

1,100 

2,560 



91^ 



The Record and Guide. 



July 2, IBS'? 



Mey*r. H. 69 South 9th .... A. Siebrecht. Gro- 
cery. 1,500 

Schweizer, E. ITIU Tompkins av ...A. Schul- 

theis. Claar Store. 2i6 

TracT. L. 195 Clifton pi M.J.Clinton. Sa- 
loon. 800 

Tomson, Mary. ! 09 Fulton. ... J. T. Eno. C:)n- 

feclioner. 250 



NEW JERSEY- 

Note.— 37te arrangement of the Conveyances, Mort- 
gages and Judgntents nt these lists is as follows; the 
first iiame in the Cmiveyances is the Qrantor; in 
Mortgages, the Mortgageor; m Judgments, the Judg- 
ment debtor. 

BrOSON COUNTY. 

CONVEYANCES. 

Atwater, Samuel— H Tindell, Harrlaon $1,000 

Blettenberp, ICatharina— W Peter. Union 700 

B )Stwii,'lt, Fiances M— J F O Mealia, J City TOO 

Brideres, Serena L— B J Murray, Harrison 350 

Canipbeil, Phoebe E— Charlotte G Cully, Union.. 1,'iOO 

Canavan, Michael- F B Thurber, J City nom 

Chassner. Maria and Wm E, and Margaret En- 

wriglit-J E Danielson. Norlh Bergen lOJ 

Clarlcaon, Freeman— Ann E Caswell, J City nom 

Coyle, Amelia C-TFinnegan. Harrison 3 400 

DezArnau'd Susie-P Coleman, J City 1,S 

Holan; Timothy— J Fre man, Harrison 800 

Durand, Char;otte L— J Freeman, Kearney 4.W 

Klbing, Maria— C Kaiser, Union 4,0 

Ettlich, O H—M Murray, J City 600 

EhrliaTdt. John— Newman, West Hoboken ... &'.0 

Feeney, B'^rnard- E 1 )e d roCE, Union 2,0C0 

Fischer. Charles— E Connolly, J City l.tiOO 

French, William, by exrs- Louisa Keegan. J City 1,100 
Gardner, John, and R E— R Curpy et al. Union.. 1,000 

Gfrohrer, Jacob— FS Emmons, J City 1,300 

HafT, Ann C-J Cohn, Bayonne 1.200 

Hale, Sarah— C A Burkhardt, J City 1,950 

Hanison, Amos— M Byrne. Bayonne 000 

Harrington, Catharine J— Jersey City& Bergen 

Railroad Co, J City 1,800 

Heppenheimer, W C-II J Bonn, JCily 16,9C0 

Johnston. Caroline W— J Bennett, Kearney 400 

Jones, Cornelia A— A H Jones, J City nom 

Kaiser, Christopher- A Elbiug, Union 4,000 

Korb. J J, and Thomas Austin— G H Williams, 

Harrison. nom 

Marlof , Theolise M L— J Kelly , J City 1 ,800 

McMackln, Sarah, James and John et al, by 

sheriff— Julia A Pennington, Kearney SCO 

Melchior, A F— Maria E Spongier, J City 1,000 

Mergerle, Atdieas, by sheriff— A Heritage, J 

City 500 

Morgan. Joanna— W Rumble, Bayonne 2,900 

Muirhead, Charles— Susan J Jlurhead, J City... nom 

Same Sarah E. Muirhead, J City nom 

Muirhead, Sarah E—U Muirhead, J City nom 

Muirhead, Susan— C Muirhead. J Ciry nom 

Murphy, John— P Connolly, J City 24,600 

Nageldinger, John, and Elizabeth Orth— J Mack- 
intosh, Hoboken 6,000 

Nolan, Nicholas— n A. Ndson, J City 500 

O'Brien, M J— A J King, J City 1,300 

Post, Hannah M, by trustee— H Lembeek et al.. 7,5C0 

Potter, Mark— L A Wight, Bayonne nom 

Recvr of the Knickerbocker Life Ins Co — Mary 

T.Walsh, J City 200 

Same C H Fahy , J City 490 

Same NC Smith, J City.., 430 

Same J J Scott, J City 225 

Same — M Tracey, J City 115 

Same T Carney, J City 260 

Same W S Okie, J City 410 

Same F W Mitchell, J Ciiy 3,J27 

Same .A.dalia E Brown , J City 100 

Same G H Fleye, J City 250 

Same E Fitzgerald, J City 2.50 

Eoane, Minnie M— C F Clarke, J City 8,500 

Salmon, Emily M— P Roberts, J City 5,000 

Scanlan, Lizzie A and Mary— A Luttman, J City 2,050 
Simpson, Hall, Miiler & Co— F B Northrop, Bay- 
onne nom 

Skinner, J A— J E Zeliff, Kearney 450 

Spengler, Adam— A F Helchior, J City 1,000 

Spitnaeel. Anton— F J Baunihoer, J City 2,800 

Steeger, C F— J Mackintosh, Hoboken. . 5,500 

Stewart, F B— The Hoboken Land and Impt Co, 

Hoboken nom 

Toffey, Adeline S- C Fisher, J City 900 

Van Buskirk, Effle— J Elsworlh, Bayonne 2,000 

Van Emburgh, R J — Mary Louisa Tiplin, 

Kearney nom 

Van Wagenen, Jacob— Marii Livingston, J City 2.70^ 
Vr^eland, Ambury,— Maria A Vreeland, Bayonne 

MORTGAGES. 

Baumhoer, F J— A Spitznagel. installs TOO 

Cohn, Jacob— The Greenville Building and Loan 

Assoc, Bayonne, installs 6,800 

Cohn, Jacob— Ann C Hoff, Bayonne, 4 years ... 400 

Connolly, Edward— J R Hogg, 2 years 400 

Connolly. Patrick— J Murphy, 3 years 400 

Coyle, Amelia C—M Sayreet al, Harrison l.OOO 

Craw, J T— D D Flemming, 1 year 40 

Same same, 3 year** 1,450 

Creighton, Mary A— F P Miller, Bayonne, 5 yrs. 825 

Curry, Richard— J Gardner, Union, 5 years 750 

Freeman, Joshua— The American Ins Co, Harri- 
son, 1 year 1,800 

Heye, (j U— The Bergen Mutual Building and 

Loan Assoc No 3. installs 2.000 

Himiiiion. .\Bna G— A Kreonf r. Union, 3 years.. 3,000 

Kelly. John— Theotise M L Marlot. 1 year 400 

King, A J— Exr of Elizabeth A Edge, 3 years ... 80 

Same same. 3 years 1,700 

Kirk, Wilmoth C— The Mutual Life Ins Co Of 

New York, 1 year 1,000 

Ledig, Barbara— The Greenville Building Loan 

Assoc No 2, installs S.OW 

Leu, George— Barbara Siedler, Union, 4 years. . 727 
Lowy, J C— The Lafayette Mutual Building and 

Loan Assoc, installs 3,800 

Mackintosh, James— J Nageldinger, Hoboken, 5 

years 3,000 

Mills, Theodore— Cordtlia Everett, 3 years 800 

Mix, E C— The Provident Inst for Savings, 1 

year 3,000 

Mutschkr, W H— J Rubsan, Hoboken. Ryeers.. 2.500 

Mutscliler, G P same, Hobokeu, 3 years 1,5^0 

Same Catharine Mutschler, Hoboken, 3 

years 1 ."vOO 

Newman, Christian— J Ehrhardt, West Hobo- 
ken, 3 years 1,000 

Nugent, Patrick- The Bayonne Building Assoc 

No 2, Bayonne, installs 2,600 

'Leary, David— Margaret Uinochio, 3 years... 2,000 



Platen, Augusta — The Lincoln Building and 

Loan Assoc, installs KG 

Quaife, E E— Frances M Griflln, 2 years 500 

Keed, Sarah J— C S Haskell, 1 year 125 

Rehm, Ernst— The Hoboken Bank for Savings, 

Hoboken, 3 years 5,000 

Roberts, P« ter— S M Rice, 1 year 600 

Rumble, William— Joanna l&organ, Bayonne, 3 

years 900 

Sneil ng, Grace C— True of Kate B Williamson, 

3years 5,000 

Tindell, Henry— S Atwater, Harrison, 1 year 000 

CHATTEL, M0HT0A0K8. 

.\'pers, W C, Bayonne- R Staebler, drug store. . . 1,500 
Champlin, William, Hoboken— M Donohue, fur- 
niture 122 

Crowley, W J— J Mullins & Co, furniture 202 

L>.iiiiels, Theodora— F G Smith, piano 190 

tiuu, J J— Sarah C Finn, horses, wagons, wash- 
ing machinery 1,000 

Gallagher, Mary Woehaivken- Hoos & Schnlz, 

furniture and carpets ... 87 

Gilchrist, D J and Ida E, Bayonne—Epstein & 

Kautrowitz, furniture 1,192 

Gobel, Eugen, Hoboken— Bridget Hopklnyon, 

furniture 60 

Jackson, Charles— J D Waugh, billiard table 100 
Kohler, Otto— The Kursheedt Mfg Co, Swiss em- 
broidery machinery 350 

Mankowski, Lucy, Hoboken— Hoos & Schuiz, 

furniture 275 

Meyer, J N— The F ,$; M Schaefer Brewing Co, 

saloon 400 

Porrett, F JI— W Burrons, carriage factory 1,063 

Riley, Nicholas — I Mason, furniture 60 

Slegman, ReinhoW — P Weigele, grocery and I'q- 

uor store, hor 9 and wagon 839 

Waller, John, Un >n — A Kremer, saloon IM) 

BILLS OF SAU:. 
Evans, Samuel, Hoboken- Mary V Coyle, saloon. 3,000 

Garrison, C J— W R Cook, horses 100 

Ingieson, Isaac— G M Turner, frame buildings, 

engine, boiler, horse, wagon, *c 2,000 

Oeljene, Died rich— Catharine Pelloth, horse and 

wngon, ice wagon 40O 

Pelloth, John— D Oet jene, horse and wagon, ice 

wagon 400 

JUDGMENTS. 

Archibald, J C—G P Howell Ill 

Caffrey, Annie E—D Osborne iS Co 109 

Cordts, Henry— Leith & Co 39 

Cogan. John— F C O'Callaghan 195 

Madden, James— M J Levy 72 

Walsh, Richard- A Post Fleiss, surviving part- 
ner of B W Allen & Co 335 

Warren, J B— P Boyle 148 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



ATLANIIC WHITE LEAD AND 
LINSEED OIL C01£FAN7, 

ManufacturerB of 

"Atlaillc" nn WlitB Lead. 



.^ 



«5?f^ 



S;lSIc/v 



'^ 



The best and most reliable White Lead mada 
and nneqnaled for nnirorm 

Whiteness, Fineness and Eodj. 

l.lE:r> LEAD A.]VI> LITIlA-llOt!. 
PURE LINSEED OIL, 

Raw, Refined and Dolled. 

Atlantic White Lead & Linseed Oil Co., 
287 PEARL STREET, NEW YORK. 



A. KLABER, 

Steam Marble Works, 

238 to 244 E. 57th Street, 

At 8d At. Elevated B. E. StoOoa. NEW YOUK. 
KATJFMANN & CO., 

HARDWOOD TRIM, DOORS AND MANTELS. 
Nos. 328 and 330 IVoat 40tk Street. 




OF MAKING MANY BOOKS THERE IS NO END. 

# Ecct. 13 ; la. 



Established d836. 



NEAT AND ELEGANT 

BOOK BINDING 



FROM THE 



Plaiaest to the Most Elaborate Stales. 



SPECIMEJfS OjY EXHIBITIOJV. 



If you want good work, at low figures, and 
save Agent's Commission, come direct to 

JAMES E. WALKER, 20 Jacob St. 



A FILE OF N. Y. HERALD, 1847, AND TIMES 

TO DATE, AND ODD NUMBERS, FOR SALE. 



C. B. KEOGH & CO., DOOffS, 

SASHES, 
BLINDS 



A.LL KINDS OF HOUSE TKIUMINGS IN 

PINE AND HAB,DWOOD. 
8 Howard Street, .... New Tark. 




^^ Natural Wood Ornaments, Pressed in Reliet. 

ISO IDESIG-ISrS 
For Builders, Furniture Manufacturers, Interior Decorators, Etc. 

Pressed Corner Blocks for Door and Window Caaineg. Patent Papyroua 
Centre Pieces. Catalogue on Application. 



S6 AND 88 LEWIS STREET. Near Grand Street Ferry, New York. 



BUILDERS' HARDWARE, PAPER, &o. 

CONTBACTOBS' TOOLS AND SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDa 
I^arse Stock. Low Prices. Proiuvt Dellverr. 

861 & 863 EISHTH AV.. Bet. Slat & 52(i Stf. T.>l!?ne'^f. 'J?i*h 

ILSLEY, DOUBLEDAY <& CO., 

Lead, OIIs,lColora, Woodntnlua, Varnlshca, Spanish Bronru, Lamp Black, 
Puttr, Glass, ice, Wlioleaale aud Retail. 

No. 2146 THIED AVENUE, Near 117th Street. 

Brancb or No. Ifi9 Front Street. Telephone Call, 198 Hurlem. 



The Record and Guide. 



VII 



BUILDING MATERIAL PBIOES. 

Our Q^uree are based upon c&r^o or whelesale valu 
fttioos in the main. Due allowance must therefore be 
made (or the natural additions on jobbing and retail 
parcels. 
BRIOK. 

Pale VM 

JersejTk 

Hackensacks 



5 60 

6 60 

Up Rivers 6 60 

~ ■ 6 7E 

7 25 



Haverstraws, seconds . 
Haversiraws, flrsts.... 
Choice cargoes 

FRONTS. 

Oroton and Croton P'ts— BroirB V M. $13 00 



Cargo afloat 
$4 00 O 4 60 
© 6 35 
(% 6 76 
O 6 75 
(a 7 00 
© 



®16 OS 
®16 00 
®16 00 
&25 00 
®29 00 



Oroton do do— Dark. 14 00 

Croton do do— Bed 14 00 

Wilmington 23 00 

Philadelphia, alongside pier 28 00 

Trenton, do 28 00 a 

Baltimore, on pier 87 00 ^41 00 

Baltimore, moulded 60 00 ®80 00 

Yard prices 50c. per M. higher, or, with delivery 

added, $2 per M. for Hard and $3 per U. for NortA 
Elver front Brick. For delivery add |5 on Philadel- 
phia, Trenton, and $6 on Baltimore. 

ETRE BRICK. 

Welsh, ex vessel $2150 ©34 00 

EngUsh 28 00 @24 00 

English, choice brands 30 00 ©32 50 

Scotch 30 00 ©3200 

Silica, Lee-Moor 20 00 ©22 00 

SUlca, Dinas 46 00 ©50 00 

White, Enamelled, English size, V M. 80 00 ©86 00 

do do domestiesize 76 00 ©80 00 

American, No. 1 30 00 ©33 00 

American No.2 23 00 ©28 00 

CEMENl'. 

Rosendale VbbI $105 ©115 

Portland, EngUsh, general run 2 00 © 2 16 

Portland, Oerman, general run 2 00 © 2 15 

Roman V bbl 2 66 ©2 86 

Keene's coarse 4 60 ©6 63 

Keene'sflne 7 60 ©8 60 

The (oUowlng special quotations are furnished bj 
agents of the brands, and they, not we, are responsible 
(or the accuracy of the figures given: 

Lafarge 2 90 ©3 25 

Stettin (Glerman) Portland..., 2 40 ©2 76 

Portland, Baylor's American 2 15 ©2 45 

Portland, Dyckerhoff 2 76 ©3 00 

Portland, Gibbs & Co 2 60 © 2 86 

Portland, Lagerdorfer • 2 45 © 2 66 

Rosendale, Snyders, Bridge brand.. 1 15 © 

DOOBS, WINDOWS AND BLINDS. 

DOOBB, RAISED PimCLS, TWO SIOBS. 



2.0x6.0 IMln. 

2.8x6.8 

8.6x6.8 

8.8x6.8 



Size. 
8.0x6.0... 
2.0x6.8... 
8.6x6.8... 
8.6x6.10.. 
8.6x7.0.... 
8.8x6.8.... 
2.8x7.0.... 
8.10x6.10.. 
3.0x7.0.. 



DOORS, MOULDED. 

'n 

167 



1 90 

1 94 
208 

1 19 

2 16 
2 09 
8 34 



I 91 

1 20 

1 84 

1 32 

IHin. IMin 



209 
2 41 
2 46 

2 89 
2 54 
2 60 
8 68 
8 84 



3 71 
3 86 

3 g« 

4! 



Hot Bed Sash Glazed, 3.0x6.0 $2 16 

Hot Bed Sash XJnglazed, 3.0x6.0 Si 

onrsiDE BLBma. 

Per Lineal foot, up to 2. 10 wide $— ©$0 80 

Per lineal foot, up t<. 3.1 wide — © 28 

Per lineal foot, up to 3.4 wide — © 84 

INSIDE BLINDS. 

Per lineal foot, 4 folds. Pine © 98 

Perlinealfoot, 4(olds,AshorChestn't © 10 

Perlln. ft, 4 (olds, Cherry ei Butternut ©130 

Per Uneal foot, 4 (olds. Black Walnut © 1 50 

FOREIGN WOODS. 

Oedar— SmaU 4W© 

do — Medium 5H© 6U 

do —Large 7 © 8^ 

Mahogany— Small 5?ii© 7 

do —Medium 7)4© S^ 

do —Large 9 © 13 

do — ExtraLarge 12^© 14 

Roeewood, ordinary to good 3U© 4)4 

Eloeewood, good to line ^i& 8h 

Lignumvitffi, 8©12 in V ton 45 00 ©66 00 

Lignumvitee, other sizes 15 00 ©25 W 

GLASS. 
Window Glass, Prices Current per Box of 60 test. 



Sizes. 1st. 2d. 3d. 

6x8—10x15 $10 60 $9 00 $8 50 

11x14—16x24 1160 10 75 10 28 

18x22—20x30 15 50 14 00 18 00 

16x86—24x80 16 60 15 00 18 60 

26x28-34x86 17 75 16 25 14 75 

26x36—88x44 19 10 17 60 15 25 

Omitinued onpage viii.) 



4th. 

$8 00 
9 75 
18 60 



BERNARD DtJFFY, 

E'Xji.^Lia'X'zsft.zizi. 

Estimates Furnished on Application. 
INo. «4I East leSd strMt. New York. 



THE WELCOMI! 

CHIMNEY CAP. 

Patented July, 1880. 

Absolute Success! 
Positive Guarantee! 

Thirty days' trial without 
pay. After being used for 
rjiree months purchasers, 1( 
QOt entirely satisfied, will 
liave their money refunded, 
therefore no risk. 

O. H. L'Amoarenx, 

Patentee and Man'fr. 
818 SPRING ST., New York. 
Draugbta Improved In all 




MISCELLANEOUS. 



the: New YORK LUMBER AND WOOD WORKING CO, 

STAIR BUILDERS' 

SUPPLIES. 

ESTIMATES FURNISHED 
ON APPLICATION. 

SFNT) TWBNTT-rrVE CENTS FOB 

ILLTJSTBATED CATALOOTTE OF 106 PAGEa 

Gen'l Office and Factories at 134th St., and AleianderAv., New York City, and Batavla. N. Y. 
Wholesale LmUer \ard8 and Docks, Tonaivanda, N. Y. Saw Mills, East Taivas, micli. 




Originator and Sole Manufacturer of 

NEW PROCESS WATER -PROOF CORNER BLOCKS, 

TEN NEW AND HANDSOME DESIGNS, DUPLICATES OF HAND CARVINGS. MUCH CHEAPER THAN 

TURNED OR PRESSED BLOCKS. THREE IHUNDRED DESIGNS OF NEW WOOD 

ORNAMENTS AND CENTRE PIECES. 

Call (or Prices and Catalogues, 402 and 404 EAST SOth STREET, NEAT YORK. 



t%^^^ 




MERCHANT & CO, 



Ths "GILBERTSON'S OLD METHOD" was selected by the United States 

Government over all competitors for the Roofing of the 

WHITE HOUSE at WASHINGTON. 




London, E. C. 



JE* X*. .A. "F -r lt*s IVE O 3iB Xj -El !S O TO- , 

No. 11 EAST 42d STREET, NEW^ YORK. 

Estimates for all kinds of I Sole Agents in the Middle and Eastern States for the 

BIIII.DING AND MONCMENTAE, WORK | Repnblic Marble Company, Concord, Tenn. 

Polished Columns a Specialty. i igt and 2d Tennessee Pink and Dark Knoxville. 

Sole igents for the New Bronswlck Red Granite Co. I large blocks a specialty. 




The Campbell Sash, Door & Moulding Co. (L'd) 



Manufacturers aud Dealers in 



Sash, Doors, Blinds, House Trim- 
mings, Pine & Hardwood Mouldings, 

WAINSCOTING & WINDOW FRAMES, 

1^ 144th STREET, Bet. 3d and 1th Avs., N. Y. 



IMPORTANT 

To Archit«ct8, Builders, House-Painters, Decorators, Boat-Builders and Yachtsmen 
desiring an extremely durable Finish for Wood. 



Are superior to any VaniiBheel 
or Wood-Finishes In the market, 
(or the (ollowlng reasons, viz.: 

They poaseas more 
body, blgber Inatre, 
creater reslBtlac proper- 
ties to atmosplierlc lu> 
flnences, action ofirater 
and alkali, are aiore 
elastle, nrlll not scratcb 
or mar nrtatte, aud are 
more durable. 



ROSENBERGS 



lYORKS: 




For all classes 
Inside Work, 
Requiring great da ra- 
hUlty, ase No. » ELAS- 
TICA FINISH. 

For 

Outside Work, 
Requiring extreme dnra- 
l>Uilr, use No. 1 ELAS- 
TICA FINISH. 



Manu(actured by 



734-T40 East 14th Street, 
T33-T39 Eaat 13th Street, 
199-3QT Avcuae D. 

D. BOSENBEBQ & SONS, Office, 207 Avenue D, NEW 70EE. 

Send for Sansples and ftill Particulars. 



'^} Standard Varnish Works- 



VIII 



The Record and Guide. 



TEREACOTTA, FIRE BRICK, Eto 




Iron H am Protection 



Patented June S, 1884. 



HENRY IMAURER & SON, 

Manufacturers of 

FIRE-PFtOOF MATERIAL 

CXf every description. Hollow Brick made of Clay for 

Flat Arches, Partitions, FurrinK, etc. Porous 

Terra Cotta, Fire Bricks, etc., etc. 

Offl(« and Uepot, iiO East 33d St., New Tork, 

Works, Perth Abbot, N. J. 



H. A. LEWIS, 

BOSTON 

Architectural Terra Cotta Works, 

384 to 390 First St., So. Boston. 

16 Conrtland St., New York Cltr. 

New Yorl 
Arclitectiral Terra Jotta 

Ko. 88 Park Row, I ,(111111/1117 ^°'"' Islaot Cm, 
New York City. UUlUpiiUJ ■ New York. 
TeiephoneNo 482 Nassau. Telephone No. 249 Greenpt. 



A. Hall Terra Cotta Co, 

AECHITECTUBAL TERRA COTTA, FIRE-BRICK, 

FURNACE-BLOCKS, &c. 

MoDlded, Buff, and Colored Bnlldlng 

Brick. 

Perth Amboy, N, J. 

BALTIMORE TERRA-COTTA CO.. 

No. 80 COLCinBIA AT., Baltimore, DM* 

I. C. HENDBICESON, Sole Agent, 

337 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. 
A ao sole agent tor Barns, Rnssell Co.'s 

Celebrated Baltimore Front Brick. 



PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING. 

JAMES G. COI^LINS, 

Piactical & Saaitary Plamber, Steam & Ga« Fitter, 

2S!80 let Avenue, near n"th Street, New York. 
Estimates furnished. 

JOHN ITIcNAinARA, 

Practical Plunber, Steam and Gas Fitter, 

J215 2d AVENUE, Bet. 113th & 114th Sts,New York. 
Sanitary Work a Specialty. 



JOH^ J. REIMINOER, 

PLUMBEB AND OAS FITTER, 
No. 300 East 99tta Street, near 3d Av. 

Private House Work a Specialty. 



FRANK. THOniS, 

PKACTICAL PLUnBEKS AND GAS FITTEKS, 

No. 168 E. loetb St., Bet. 3d & Lexington Avg 

Estimates Cheerfully Furnished. 

RRODE ^k SHANNON, 

FLUMBEES AND QAS EITTEBS, 

T64 9tli Avenue, M. ¥. 

Estimates Furnished on Application. 



WEST BROADWAY WIRE WORKS. 

^chille Bataille, 

123 ITest Broadway, Opp. TVblteSt., N.IT. 

Wire Railings for Banks, Offices, Cemeteries, 

Window Screens, Elevator Enclosures & Folding Oatea 

Brass and Iron Wire Cloth. 



D. BLACK, 

STAIK BUILSKR 

Faetorr, 104 to 110 East 129tli St. 

Office, 105 to 111 East 128tb St. 



CDtUCDC OF ALL KIND 

rnAmLno of buildings. 

No. 631 WEST 4Ttb STREET, N. ¥. 

F«tliimt4w rumlabed. Jos. Fend, S30 E. Etb St. 



ROOFING. 



E. J. JOHNSON, 

MANTJFACTCBKR OF 

ROOFING SLATE, 

Slate Flagging, Sills, lintels, Hearths, 

Blackboards, Marbleized Slate Mantels, 

Uarbleized Wainscoting. 

Estimates Furnlshrd on aU kinds of Slate Work. 

OflElce, 18 BURLING SI.IP, N. Y. 

Quarry and Factory, Bangor, Pa. 



JAMES MATHEWS & SON, 

Metal Roofers, 

Manufacturers of 

METAL CORNICES & SKYLIGHTS, 

326 Av. B, Bet. 19tli and 20U« Sis., N. Y. 



A. ALBONESI, JR., 

CI.I1VTON CORNICE WORK^, 

TIN, SLATE & METAL ROOFER, 

SKlfLIGHTS, Cornices, TVlndOAV Caps, 

Mouldings, &c., 
Cblniney-Tops and Ventilators Pnt Up. 

Roofs Repaired A Painted. Gutters & Leaders Put Up. 
11 and 43 Willett St., near Delancey, N. T. 

Orders by mail promptlj- attended to. Estimates Given 



JOHN W. EAPP * CO., 

METAL AND SLATE ROOFING, 

Oornices, Etc., 

201 and 203 EAST 66tli STREET. 



ANTHONY SCHWOER^R, 

aALVANIZED lEON COENICES, 

TIN AND SLATE ROOFING, 
COEEUGATED lEON WOEK, 

No. 120 AVENUE D, 

Between 8th and 9th Streets, New York. 



AUaxrST JACOB, 



Iron Cornices, 

SLATE AND METAL ROOFING, 
No. 260 East 78tb Street, New York. 



BRENDEL & MAY, 

SLATE AND METAL EOOFEES, 

Architectural Galvanized Iron Works, 
No. 609 ^Wemt 6 2d Street^- - New York, 

Jobbing Promptly Attended to. 



GERMANIA ROOFING CO. 

Oravel, Cement, Slate and Metal Booflng, 

30 & 33 Sullivan St., Near Canal St., N. Y. 



152 WEST 38th STREET, 
GRAVEI. AND TIN ROOFING. 

BRDOK'S PATENT ELASTIC ROOF PAINT. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



DYCKERHOFF 

PORTLAND CEMENT 

Is superior to any other Portland Cement made. 
Pamphlet with Tettimonialt, Teat» and directions 
tent on applioation, 

E. THIELE, Sale Agent, D. 8. 

78 WiUiam Street New York. 



-A.- STAXJDIlSrcB-ER,, 

Broadway, Bet. 84th and 85th Streets, New York. 

Embossed and Stained Qlass for Dwel lings. 

BEVELED lOIBBOBS. 

naui IpUT frink's patent 

U A I LI U n I ■ Daylight Reflectors, 
Light, Dark and Gloomy Apartment 
Houses, Offices, Stores, Factories, 
Hotels, &c.. 

Without the use of gas or other artificial light; the 
effect is truly astonishing. Also REFLECTORS for 
gas, oil or electric light. 

I. P. FBINK, fifii FMurl St., New Y«rk. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 




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86x46—30x60 2100 19 50 

30x62—30x54 22 00 20 25 

30x66—84x56 23 00 3125 

34x5*-34x80 24 00 23 76 

36x60-^0x60 26 60 24 60 

DODBLI. 

6x8—10x15 13 00 12 60 

11x14—16x24 16 00 15 00 

18x22—20x80 20 60 19 60 

16x36—24x30 22 00 20 76 

26x28—24x36 86 00 23 00 

26x36—26x44. 28 00 86 00 

86x46—30x50 88 00 86 60 

30x52—30x64 30 00 28 OO 

30x66—34x56 3100 30 00 

34x58—34x60 32 60 3100 

36x60—40x60 36 00 33 60 

Sizee above— $15 per box extra for every 6 inches. 

An additional 10 per cent, will be charged for all glass 
more than 40 inches wide. All sizes above 52 inches in 
length, and not making more than 81 united Inches 
will be charged in the 84 united inches' bracket. 

Discoimt 70 and 10®T5 per cent, gingla lliick on 
French: 76 per cent, on American. 

Per square foot, net cash. 

ORKSNHOUBK, 8KTLIOHT AKD rLOOR GLASS. 



17 00 

18 OO 

19 00 
21 00 
23 00 

18 00 
14 GO 

18 GO 

19 GO 
21 60 
28 00 



29 00 
32 00 



U Fluted plate... 
1-16 Fluted plate... 



18^80 % Rough plate... 87®30 
20(^82 U Rough plate.. . 33^30 
Fluted plate... 22® 26 H Rough plate... 60^70 
ii Rough plate... 32^86 1 Rough plate. .. 70^80 
HAIR— Duty free. 

Cattle V bushel of 7 lbs. 21^26 

Goat 30©S8 

IRON. 

Pig, Scotch, Coltness Vtont22 50 082 75 

Pig, Scotch. Glengamock 2100 ©21 S5 

Pig, Scotch, Eglinton 20 50 ©20 75 

Pig, American, No. 1 20 60 ©21 5 J 

Pig, American, No. 2 19 60 ©20 00 

Pig, American, Forge 17 60 ©18 50 

BAR IKON FROU STORK. 

Common Iron. 

M to 2 in. round and square V lb 2 20 ©2 80 

1 to 6 in. ijg to 1 in 2 20 © « SO 

Refined Iron. 

li to 8 in. round and square 240 ©860 

1 to 6 in. x?^ to 1 in 2 «0 ©2 60 

1 to 6 in. xM and 6-16 2 60 ©2 80 

Rods— K©ll-16roundand square 2 60 ©2 70 

Bands— 1 to 6x3-16 No. 12 8 60 ©2 70 

Norway nail rods 6 © 6 

Common B. Q. 

Sheet. American. American. 

No8.10tol6 »lb ©2 85 34^© 

Nob. 17 to 80 2 90 ©3 00 ^J® 

Nos. 81to24 3 00 ©3 12^ m© 

No«.25to26 3 25 © 3| 

Nos. 27 to 28.... 3 37M©3 60 4 

B. B. 2d 

Galvanized, 10 to 20 4 80 © 

do 21 to 84 6 80 © 

do 85 to 26 6 60 © 

do 27 . . 6 © 

do 28 6^© 

Patent planished .JS^lb A, 

Russia VI b 

Etajls, American steal 



LATH— Cargo rate, stanard.^M 2 25 © 
do faulty 2 15 © 



i© 

© 

luallty 



4J|© 

GHa — 

t^s© 

6 © 

10c.; B, 9 
9^© 10 

OC © 40 00 

2 30 
8 80 



LABOR. 

Ordinary, per day $1 50 

Masons, do 3 60 



Plasterers, 
Carpenters, 
Plumbers, 
Painters, 



do 
do . 
do 
do 
do 



3 00 
2 60 



Stone-setters, do 3 60 

LIME. 

Rockland, common 90 

Rockland, finishing 110 

St, John, common 85 

State, common, cargo rate V bbl 80 

State, flnlshlBg 1 10 

Ground 90 

Ad<^ 260. to above figures for yard rstea, 
(CkmtmiMd on pag* z.M 



© 8 60 
© 4 00 
© 4 OO 
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CABINET WOBK. 

Mall Sx, <3-8Lrrison, 

inte:rior fittinos 

For DwelliDgs, Offlces, Stores, &c., in all kinds of 
wood, flnisbed and fitted up. 

Hardirood mantels and Cabinet*. 

N. Y. Office. aSO BROADWAY, cor. Chambers Street. 
Factory in Piiiladelphia. Hknry C. Adams, y.anager. 

WILLIAM BELL, 

Manufacturer of 

\m\, BLINDS, DOORS, 

Cabinet Trim, Wainscoting, Etc. 

Cor. 100th Street and 1 st Avenue, If. T. 

WHITE, POTTEE & PAI&E MFQ. CO., 

Manufacturers of 
"Builders* Cabinet Work," Hardwood Mantels, 
Doors, Trimminffs, Wainscoting, Console and Pier 
Frames and Architectural Wood Work. 
415 IVUlonghby At., Brooklyn, N. H, 
Special designs made, and estimates given to archi- 
t«cte and builders, tklkphonk call. 273, Williamsburg. 

t, M, PRITCHARD, 

Manufacturer of 

Window Frames, Wood Mouldings, 
Interior Trimmings & Wood Mantels, 

138tli Street and Hott Avenue, N. T. 

IVm. B. PARRV, 

HANDRAIL AXD STAIB BT7ILDEB, 

First-class Work Guaranteed. 

64T & 649 ir. SOtli St., Bet. nth& 13th 4.TB., N.Y 

Estimates Furnished on Application. 

fL. X3. IS^VEX'X'XZ, 

Hardwood Trim, Doors and Mantels 

Fine Interior Fitting in Hardwoods a Specialty. 
44« and 448 WATEE ST., Bet Market and Piie St., N.Y 

Plowdon Stevens, 

Manufacturer of 

WOOD MOUUPINGS 

AND TRiranilNGS, 

Doors, Sashes and BUnds. 
638 and 640 Wbst 48th Stbbkt, New York. 

LOUIS BOSSERT, 

LUMBER, AND DOORS. PINE AND 

MOULDING. CEILING, SPRUCE 

SASHES, BUNDS SIDING, FLOOEING, &c. 

MOULDING AND PLANING MILL, 

18, 30, 33, 34, 36, 38 <k 30 Jobnson Av., 
Office, 6 & 8 l7nlon Av., B'klyn, E. D. 

ARTISTIC CABINET WORK. 

A B. SCHMIDT & CO., 

601-505 East 70th Street, New York. 

HABDWOOD DOGES, CEILINGS, MANTELS. 

TRIMMINGS, MIRROR FRAMES, &c. 

IMPBOVED FOLDINQ CHAIRS, 

For CHURCHES, HALLS 
and OPERA HOUSES. 
30 Style* with Patent 
' Foot Rest, Hat, Coat and 
Umbrella Rack. 

Leading houses In the 
country use the 
ANDREWS CHAIRS. 
'Send for special circular. 
i. H. MDSEWS & CO., 680 Broadway, N. T. 
IKS Wabash AV., Chicago. 815 irch St., Phlla. 
611 Washineton St., Boston. 

ROYAL 

Xxa.MllX'A.Xl.Oe Cntrtn r»«.-»-i y ^ 

OF UVERPOOL, ENGLAND. 

Establlsbed 1845. 

Offle, Royal Ins. Building, No. 50 WaU St., N. T. 

Committee of Management: 
JACOB D. VERMILVE, Chairman. 
OSGOOD WELSH, HENRY PARISH, 

FREDERICK D. TAPPEN, GUSTAF SCHWAB 

JOHN H. INMAN. 
Statement (U. S. Brancb) Jan. 1, 188T. 
U. 8. government bonds, market value. . . $2,385,470 00 

Keal Estate 1,790,967 78 

Cash in banks and ofBcea 837 999 65 

Accrued Interest 48!l00 00 

Uncollected premiums 811, S63 1\ 

Other assets 116^,331 17 

S4,&30,131 81 
Liabilities. 

Dopald losses, unearned premiums and 
other liabilities $3,500,579 79 

Surplus $3.33955184 

E. F. BfcDDALL, WM. W. HENSaAW, 




BUILDING MATERIAL PRICES. 

{Continued from page viir.) 

LUMBER. 
Prices for yard delivery, average run of stock. 

Allowance must be made on one side for special con- 
tracts, and on the other for extra selection. 

Pine tub plank S M ft $76 00 © 80 00 

Pine, very choice and ex. dry, 66 00^70 00 

Pine,good 66 00 © 60 00 

Pine pickings 46 00 @ 50 00 

Pine, shipping box 21 00 ® 23 60 

Pine, common box 18 00 a 20 00 

Pine, common box, 5i 16 00 a 18 00 

Pine, tally plank, 1<4 lOin., dres'd ea 44 a 60 

Pine, tally plank, l3, 2d quality 35 © 40 

Pine, tally plank, IH, cul6 30 a 32 

Pine, tally boards, dressed, good 32 a 36 

Pine, tally boards, dressed, common. 28© 30 

Pine, strip boards, m'ch'able, dressed 20 © ^ 

Pine, strip boards, common 18 © 30 

Pine, strip boards, clear 25® 26 

Pine, strip plank, dressed, clear 33® 35 

Spruce boards, dressed 25® 38 

Spruce plank, 1}^ inch, each 28® 80 

Spruce plank, 2 inch, each 38® 40 

Spruce plank, 1^ inch, dressed 38® 36 

Spruce plank, 2 inch, dressed 43 ® 45 

Spruce Willi strips, 2x4 15® 18 

Sprucetimber ^Mft 21 00 ® 28 00 

Hemlock boards each 18® 20 

Hemlock joist, 2Hx3 16® 18 

Hemlock joist, 3x4 18® 30 

Hemlock loist, 4x6 40® 44 

Ash, good flIMft 43 00 ® 60 00 

Oak 48 00 ® 60 00 

Maple, cull 20 00 ® 25 00 

Maple, good 40 00 © 48 00 

Chestnut 40 00 © 60 00 

Cypress,!, 1^,2 and 2U inch 35 00 © 40 00 

Black Walnut, good to choice 140 00 ©160 00 

Black Walnut, ordinary to ftilr 100 00 ©120 00 

Black Walnut, % 8500 ©100 00 

Black Walnut, selected and seasoned 160 00 ©175 00 

Black Walnut counters ftt 33© 38 

Black Walnut, 6x6 160 00 ©160 00 

Black Walnut, 6x6 160 00 ©170 00 

Black Wahat, 7x7 175 00 ©180 00 

Black Walnnt, 8x8 176 00 ©180 00 

Cherry, wide ^ M ft 100 00 ©120 00 

Cherry, ordinary 70 00 © 80 80 

Whitewood, inch 45 OO © 60 00 

Wtitewood, Winch 35 00 © 40 00 

WUtewood, % panels 4500®6000 

Yellow pine dressed flooring, VMft. 3800©3600 

Yellow Pine girders 18 OO © 30 00 

Shingles, extra shaved pine, ISlnfM 1100® 13 50 

Shingles, extra sawed pine, 181n 6 75® 600 

Shingles, clear sawed pine, 16 In 4 50® 6 00 

Shingles, heart, cypress, 34x7 22 00 ® 34 00 

Shingles, heart, cypress, 30x6 ® 14 00 

PLASTER PARIS. 

Calcined, ordinary city 11 bbl 1 20 ® 1 26 

Calcined, city casting 1 30 ® 1 40 

Calcined, city superfine 1 65 ® 1 65 

Calcined, Eastern 120 ®126 

1 AINT8 AND OIUS. 

Chalkblock «ton;$2 16 ©2 25 

Chalk in barrels VIM) lbs 25 ® 30 

Chinaclay * ton 13 00 ®18 00 

Whiting, gilders, &c 60 ® 65 

Whiting, conmion « lb 37U® 42U 

Paris White, English # lb 1 00 ® 1 20 

Lead, white, American, dry 6?^® 6^ 

Lead, white, American, in oil pure... 7 ® 7i| 

Lead, English, B. B. in oil 8U® 8Ji 

Lead, red, American 5^© 6 

Litharge 6u© 59^ 

OchrCj French, dry l$l® IjJ 

Venetian, red, American 1 ® IM 

Venetian red, English iH& lit 

Tuscanred 9i4® 11 

Indian red 8 ® 10 

Vermillion, Anu^rican Lead 11 ® 11^ 

Vermillion, Ejglish 67 ® 63 

Carmine, American, No. 40 116 ® S 26 

Orange Mineral 8 ® 9^ 

Paris green 18 ® 18 

Sienna, lump 3 ® 3^ 

Sienna, powdered 6 ® 5^ 

Umber, Amer., raw and powdered... IM© 19« 

Umber, Turkey, lump 3 ® 

Umber, Turkey, powder 3 ® 3W 

Drop Black, English 11 ® 13 

Drop Black, American 7 ® 13 

Prussian blue 7 ® 16 

Ultramarine blue 7 ® 20 

Chrome gre^n 6 © 20 

Oxide zinc, Amprican 3Ji® *H 

Oxide zinc, Fre J <h, VMGS 7y® T% 

Oxide zinc, Fre.jch, V M E S 6jJ® 6 

SLATE. Delivered at New York. 

Purple roofing slate V square $ti 00 ® 6 00 

Green slate 6 00 ® 6 00 

Bed slate 10 00 ® 

Black slate, Pennsylvania (at Jersey 

City) 3 50 O 4 00 

STONE— Cargo rates, deUvered at New York. 
Amherst freestone, in rough, <|^ C ft 

No. 1 $ 96 ® 1 00 

Amherst de doyOtt>.O.S 76 ® 85 

Berlin freestone, in rough 76 ® 1 00 

Berea freestone, in rough ® 

Brown stone, Portland, Ct 100 ® 1 35 

Brown stone, Belleville, N. T 1 00 ® 1 35 

Granite, rough 46 ® 1 35 

Granite, Scotch, |1 ft.... 100 ® 1 06 

NATITS STOHS. 

Common building stone W load 2 00 ©8 00 

Base stone, 2U ft. in length, y Un. ft 40 ® 60 

Base stone, 3 ft. in length 50 ® 75 

Base stone, 3U ft. in length 70 ® 76 

Base stone, 4 ft. in length 75 © 1 00 

Base stone, 4U ft. in length 1 00 © 1 35 

Base stone, 5 ft. in length 1 36 © 1 50 

Base stone, 6 ft. In length 2 60 ® 3 00 

SOLDEIta. 

Halfandhalf 15M© 16U 

Extra Ui3& 14U 

No.l 12)3© 18^ 

No.2 ISjJa 13H 

TIN PLATES. 

L C. Charcoal, 10x14 box $5 00 It 6 87U 

L C. coke, 10x14 4 40 «S 4 60 

L X. charcoal, 10x14 6 00 ® 9 37U 

L C. charcoal, 20x28 10 25 ®14 75 

L X. charcoal, 14x30 6 00 © 9 37U 

LO.cok*, 14iaO 4 40 a 4 60 

L 0. coke, terne, 14x38 6 00 a 6 50 

I. C. charcoal, teme, 14x20. 4 87Ha 4 75 

zmc. 

Sheet, cask fb OMA 6^ 

Bhoet, opea ^.^.^.^....^^ 7^S 7>2 



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WILLIAM F. WIDMAYER 

CITY surye:yor. 

81 and 33 Broad Street, 

Rooms 14 and 15. 

WILLIAM GRAUL, 

ARCHITECT, 

Germania Bank Building, 315 Bowery, Cor. RivingtOD 

.A.X1. ozxxrrzi el's , 

191 Bboadwav (Mercantile Nat, Bank Building), N. Y. 

FREDERICK EBELING, 

(Formerly with John B. Snook.) 

.A. n. o zz X T E o rr , 

Office, 99 E. 3d St., N W. Cor. 1 st At., N.T. 



JOHN BRANDT, 

1491 THIRD AVENUE, - Northeast C or. 84th Stre e 
THEOBALD ENGELHABBT, 

No. 779 Broadway, Cor. WaU St., Brooklyn, K. D 



George \V. Da Cunha 

.A.rola.lt©ot, 



261 and 263 BROADWAY, 



NEW YORK. 



FERDINAJTD PROCHAZKA, 

Room 43. 150 NASSAU STREET. N Y. 

B. R GUION, 

Civil Eng'neer and City Surveyor, 

Office, 3438 3d Avenne. 

Surveys of property in the 2Sd and 34th Wards a 
specialty. Survey and sub-division of land into lots- 
Plans and estimates for sewerage, grading, founda- 
tions, &c. Construction superintended. Maps, draw, 
ings and searches made at short notice. 



ARCHITECTURAL WOOD WORKER 

H, B. RUMMUK 

Mantels, Doors, Trimmings, Wainscot, Etc, 
Office and Factory, 369 West lltli St., N. Y. 

Near West Street. Estimates furnished. 

Full Stock of Wood Mantels on hand. 



Pavements for Building Purposes, 

Also for Paving, ROADWAYS AND SIDEWALKS 

Disinfected Water-Proof and Air-Proof Cellars ' 

HENRY BOLZE, 

Importer of Rock Asphalte and Manufacturer of 

Asphalte Pavements, 

506 EAST 89th ST., N. Y. Send for References 




WILLIAKS'S PATENT 

IRON CLOTHES LINE FRAML 

Especially Adapted for Flats and Tenements. 

Manufactured by 

H. WILLIAMS & CO., 

442 Pleasant At., 123d St., East RIyer. 

Efltimates Furnished on ApplloAtlon 



JOHN ZAHN, 
X* X- a. -m e r . 

Framing of all kinds of Houses, Stores and Churches. 
Jobbing promptly attended to. 507 West 51st St. 



FTed. Berthold, 
Honse, Sign, Fresco Painter and Contractor for 

x>.^k.x3>ira'X3\rc3-, 

Estimates Furnished. tl^AVE.,N.Y 



iMiictiael Cain <Sc Son, 

Practical Plumbing & Gas Fitting 

Established 35 Years at 668 Eighth Avenue, 
REMOVED TO 

No. 602 West 62d Street, 

One door went of Tenth Avenue. 



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UOWARD FLEMING, 

-" 28 LIBERTY STREET, NEW YORK. 



Bole Agent for 



G I P P S 



ANGUISH 
PORTtANP 

c e: M e: NT . 



8DPKRIOR QUALITY AND FULL WEIGHT. 
Boman Cement, Keene's Cement, 

Stettiner, Lagerdorfer, 



CT0KE8 & PARRI8H, 

^ HYDRAULIC, STEAM AND POWER 
PASSENGER AND FREIGHT 

^U^YATORS, 

TOH STORES, HOTELS, OFFICE BIJILDINGS. 
WAKEHOUSES, FACTORIES, MINES, BLAST 
FURNACES, ETC., HOISTLNGI MACHINERY for 
^U purposes. 

18 Cortlandt Street, New York, 

%th and Chestnut Streets, Philadelphia. 

IJ YBRA ULIC, STEAM 
AND PO WER 

FREIGHT AND PASSENGER 

ELEVATORS. 

L. S. GRAVES & SON, 

46 Cortiftiidt Street, New York. 
FRANK M. REYNOLDS, Manager. 

WORKS, ROCHKSTEB, N. T. 



M- 



AR VIN SAFE COMPANY, 



General OflBce, 
88, 90 & 92 SOUTH FIFTH AVENUE, 

BET. PRINCE & HOUSTON STS., 
Telephone 185 Spring. NEW YORK. 

Salesrooms, 
265 Broadway, New York. 

7W Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

I'm F St., Washington, D. C. 

66 Queen St., London, England. 



M 



U R T A U G H' 8 
Genuine Dumb Waiters 



Manufactixred only at 
146 and 147 East 42d Street. 



Also handholstlng in all its branches, 
safety invalid elevators a specialty, 
altering at short notice. 

Established h. 1865. JAB. MUBTAUQH 



Carriage and 
Repalnng or 



'PARRELL & LAR8EN, 

^ HODutacturers and Builders of the Endless Ropo 

DUMB WAITE RS, 

BLKVATORS AND REFRIGERATORS, 

41.3 AND 415 East ia4TH Stekkt. 

Qr«at ImprOTements In Dunab Waiters. 



M F. VOUOHT, 

* Manufacturer of 

DUMB WAITERS AND 
ELEVATORS, 

169 EAST 54th STREET, - - NEW YORK. 



M 



OORE & SGELET, 

BANKEBS AND BBOKEBS, 

X BROAD STREET, NEW YORK. 

Branch Offices: Connected with 

7S Wall St., NewYork, I. A. Evans & Co., Boston, 
114 So. 3d St., Phila.. E. L. Brewster & Co., Chicago, 
14W F St., Washington. Andrews & Co , Baltimore. 
Private Wire Connections. 
Buy and sell Stocks, Bonds and Miscellaneous Securi- 
ties on the New York Stock Exchange. 



JOHN O. MOORS. 



w. K. errcHBN. 



O. B. SOHLKT. 



GREOOR ¥, BALLO U&CO., 
BANKEBS AND STOCK BBOKEBS, 

No. 1 New St., cor. Wall, New York. 



Ohaa. Gregory, Member 
N. Y. Stock xchange 
and Mining Exchange. 



Maturin Ballou, Member 

N. Y. Stock Exchange. 

Curtis P. Gately. 



7 H. DREW & BRO., 

HOXTSE MOVERS, 

OFFICE and YARD, 431, 438 & 435 WEST 14th ST. 
Betwewt $th and lOtb AfB., New Tork. 



TiECK, MARTIN & ., Dealers in all Kinds of 

^ MASONS' 0UIUDIN& M AT E: R I A US, 

Principal Office, FOOT OF 30th ST., NOBTH BIVEB. Telephone Call— 300 21st St. 



Sub- Stations: 
358-360 WEST STREET (near Leroy St). 
FOOT OF 48th STREET, BAST RIVER. 
FOOT OF 96th STREET, NORTH RIVER. 
FOOT OF 137th STREET, HARLEM RIVER. 
JOSHUA 8. PECK. NATHAN PECK. 



Telephone Call— 895 Spring. 
Telephone Call— 989 39th St. 
Telephone Call— 181 Harlem. 
Telephone Call— 20 Harlem. 

ROBERT 0. MARTIN. 



HAND A & KANE, 

MASONS' 0UIUDING MATEiRIAUS, 



f FOOT OF BANK ST., N. R. 
FOOT OF 52(1 ST., N. R. 
FOOT OF 56th ST , N. B. 
YABDS^ FOOT OF 96th ST., N. B. 
FOOT OF 14th ST., E. B. 
FOOT OF 123d ST., E. B. 
AMITY ST., BROOKLYN. 

JOHN M. CANDA. 



TELEPHONE 
NTJUBEBS 



fllO 2l8t ST. 
50 39th ST., Main Office. 
50 39th ST. 
284 HARLEM. 
164 21st ST. 

274 harlgm:. 
636 brooklyn. 

john f. kanb. 



PRIZE MEDALLI81S. 
Exhibitions of 1862, 1865, 1867, 1872, 1873, and only Award and Medal for Noiseless Steel Shutters at 
Philadelphia, 1876; Paris, 1878, and Melbourne, 1881. 

CUARK, PUNN^tt & CO. (UMITED), 

(Late CLARK & COMPANY.) ORIGINAL INVENTORS AND SOLE PATENTEES OF 

NOISELESS, SBLF-COILING REVOLVING STEEL SHUTTERS FIRE AND BURGLAR PROQl' 

Improved Rolling Wood Shutters and Patent Metallic Venetian Blinds. 

OFFICE AND MANUFACTORY, 162 anb 164 WEST 27th STREET, - - - NEW YORK. 



n H. 80 U THARD^ 



se:conD''HAND 

PUIUPINO 



OFFICE AND STORE FIXTURES. 

Buildings Bought and Promptly Removed. 
Telephone Call 21st St. " 676." aj A <f P O I A I 

Yards: 9th AVENUE, 14th to 15th STREETS, N.Y. lyiAlpKIAUt 

CTEAM HEATING, 

No8. 116 TO 122 WOOSTER STREET, above Spring, Third Block from Broadway. 

P W. 8EAGRI8T, JR., & CO., 

' SECOND-HAND DUIUDINC MATERIAUS. 

OFFICE AND STORE FIXTURES. 
BUILDINGS BOUGHT AND REMOVED AT SHORT NOTICE. 
YARDS, EIGHTEENTH STREET AND AVENUE B. Telephone Call, 496 2l8t Street 



N 



EW YORK IRON ROOFING AND CORRUGATING CO., 



SHEET IRON WORK FOR BUILDING PURPOSES, INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR. 

OBELISK METALLIC PAINT AND CEMENT. 
H. M. WARREN, Pres. 115 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. LEWIS MOSS, Treas. 



JJ HENRIQUE8, 

' Real Estate Broker and 
Auctioneer, 

62 UBERTY STREET, - NEW YORK. 



CMYTM & RYAJS, 

Real Estate Brokers and 
Auctioneers, 

70 LIBERTY STREET, - - - NEW YORK. 
Philip A. Smyth Wm. M. Ryan. 

TTOFFMAN BROS., 
J-*. Real Estate. 

MONEY LOANED ON BOND AND MORTGAGE. 
4 and ti Warren street. New York. 



lUILLJAMS. BORVBERSy 

' ' ;Successor to TIMPSON & PEET.) 

REAL ESTATE, 

No. 1505 BROADWAY. 
Routhweiit oorner 44tb St 



J 



OHN F RAN SMAN N 



IRON RAILINGS 

AND FIRE ESCAPES 
105th Street, East RrvBa 



A Z-, FA UCHERE & CO., 

jt*. • Importers and Manufacturers of 
MARBLE, ONYX AND GRANITE. 

Architectural Work a Specialty, 
Obtioe, 431 11th Av., Stbam Mill & Works: 

Between 86tta and seth 8U. *^^ Yort.^"" 



7 ROMAINE BROWN, 
^' REAL ESTATE, 

59 West 33d Street, Northeast cor. of B'way. 

Telephone Call »81 6'ifAi St. 
Entire charge taken of Estates. 

Notary Public and Commissioner of Deeds. 



QBO. 



A. HAGGERTY, 

BHtiECTTRIC-MECHANICAX. 

BELL HANGER, 

No. 803 THIRD AVENUE, N Y. 

CULLIV AN' 8 

^ ATENT 

Electric Door Openers, 

ELECTRIC & MECHANICAL BELL HANGER 
258 WEST ia5TH STREET, Near 8th Av., N. Y. 



J<BOMAS FARRELL, 

ELECTRO-MECHANICAL 

BELL HANGER 

NO. 2257 THIRD AVENUE, NEW YORK. 

IRON TANKS 

J. Of all Descriptions. 

BOILERS AND GENERAL IRON WORK. 
HOUSE SUPPLY TANKS A SPECIALTY. 

COUUNS' IRON WORKS, 

TeleP^nei^ I OOT.WEST 8l8T STREET. 



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Published every Saturday. 

191 Broadway, IST. "ST. 

Onr TelepUone CaU Is - - - - - JOHN 3T0. 

TERMS: 

ONE TEAR, in advance, SIX DOLLARS. 

Communications should be addressed to 

€. W. SWEET, 191 Broadway. 

J. T. LINDSEY, Business Manager. 



Vol. XL. 



JULY 9, 1887. 



No. 1,008 



To an impartial outsider railroad securities look like a purchase. 
The financial occurrences which shook public confidence in the 
closing days of June had the effect of marking down the price of 
stocks and bonds below apparently their normal value, but the new 
fiscal year will bring us more available money for speculative pur- 
poses; and, then, there are several great deals which are soon to be 
completed, and which, when definitely announced, will enhance 
the value of all stocks. Of these the Western Union Telegraph 
matter is the most important. Undoubtedly an understanding is 
being arrived at with the Baltimore & Ohio, which will be 
announced witliin this month. The Reading reorganization is 
complete, and that of the Wabash, I., B. & W. and Texas Pacific will 
soon be concluded. Then, the railroad earnings are all phenom- 
enally large. There is really no argument in favor of lower quota. 
tions but the possibility of the unexpected. Real estate continues 
buoyant, and the conveyances keep on largely exceeding those of 
last year, 

• 

Notwithstanding the appreciation in price and the cancelling «f 
government bonds, the organizing of new national banks keeps 
right on. Since the beginning of March there have been sixty-nine 
new banks started, and of these thirty-six had only $50,000 capital, 
and eighteen more had between $50,000 and $100,000 capital. This 
is a wholesome growth, as the banks are needed in locEilities that 
lack such facilities for the transaction of business. Every new 
bank creates a fresh demand for government 4}£ per cent, bonds. 
In spite of what the newspapers say, the country ivould be 
benefited if our surplus was expended in necessary public works. 
Instead of paying our national debt, it would be economy for us to 
borrow $300,000,000 or $400,000,000 more, to be spent on river and 
harbor improvements, the creation of a navy, and proper defences 
for our seacoast cities. 



The Tribune persists in asserting that the coffee, wheat and real 
estate speculations are due to an excess of currency. It shows that 
there is now less money in the banks and more in the channels of 
business than there was a year ago; and it also claims that the issue 
of small silver certificates inevitably leads to currency inflation. 
But, as compared with other nations, have we too much currency ? 
The latest computation is that we have about $19.85 per capita — 
that is, $4.50 of silver per head, $9.75 of gold and $5.60 in legal 
tender paper money. In far more densely settled France there is 
$53 per head— that is, $14.50 in silver, $33.50 in gold and $15 in 
legal tender notes of the Bank of France. Yet France, with 
nearly three times our currency, is not suffering from any specu- 
lation due to currency inflation. There is, of course, more or less 
activity in this country in the various departments of business, and 
there is a tendency to speculation, but it ia due to some other cause 
than a redundant currency. 



Among the issues which will enter into the next Presidential 
contest will be one relating to our immigration laws. There is a 
growing feeling that some check should be put upon undesirable 
immigrants, not only paupers and lunatics, but very poor people 
who are likely to become a burden, and others who are not wanted 
from race or inferior personal characteristics. Prof. Boyessen puts 
the case strongly in a recent number of the Forum. But the best 
and most significant outgiving on the subject is contained in a 
letter of Master-Workman Powderly. He undoubtedly in this 
matter represents the bulk of the working classes, who object to 
foreign immigrants for the same reason that the California work- 
ingmen insisted upon the exclusion of the Chinese. As Mr. Pow- 
derly points out, the politicians have not said much so far. They 
never lead, but always follow public opinion. This question, by 
the way, promises to develop antagonisms in the labor party. 
Henry George is an advocate of free immigration. He thinks it 
monstrous to exclude even paupers. His land theories will make 
no headway among the farming population, while his free trade 
potions are anything but acceptable to skilled mechanics employed 



in the protected industries. There is a good deal of trouble ahead 
for the followers of George and Powderly. 



The advocates of the gold unit of value forget nothing and will 
learn nothing. They have been beaten at every point in this 
country ; but they still seem to have the President and his Cabinet 
in their interest. A couple of years ago Mr. Manton Marble was 
sent to Europe with the avowed purpose of testing foreign govern- 
ments on the subject of bi-metallism. His real purpose was to 
thwart the policy of this country and help along the cause of gold 
monometallism. We stated the purpose of the Administration 
when he was appointed, and his subsequent conduct justified what 
we said. It is now announced that Mr. Edward Atkinson has 
been designated by Secretary Bayard to go abroad on some secret 
mission connected with the metallic currencies of the world. Mr. 
Atkinson is a man of marked ability, who can marshal figures to 
help sustain any cause he is interested in ; but he is one of the 
most pronounced and fanatical of the gold monometallists. He 
will do what he can — which is considerable — to discredit inter- 
national bi-metallism. 



It is really exasperating that after the experience we have Had 
with silver coinage, which has been such an unmixed blessing to 
the country, that all our Federal officials who deal directly with the 
finances should be such bitter enemies of the use of silver as one of 
the precious metal standards. As a nation, we suffered severely 
from 1873 to 1878, when under an exclusive gold regime, while we 
have prospered as a nation since 1878, when the silver coinage law 
was passed. We exported our gold by hundreds of millions pre- 
vious to 1878, while we have increased our gold store since 1878 
from less than $200,000,000 to over $060,000,000 in 1887 So manifest 
have been the benefits of the silver coinage that every successive 
vote in Congress has shown increasing majorities for the use of 
silver in our currencies. The opposition to the national policy here 
in the East is dying out, and a thousand Marbles and Atkinsons 
will not be able to change the determination of the American 
people to bring about, if possible, international bi-metallism. 



If Dr. McGlynn's quarrel with Archbishop Oorrigan and the 
Papal authorities had been with regard to the public schools, or 
some question affecting the integrity of the Union, the press of the 
country would have backed him up in Lis position, that, as a 
citizen, he should not be called to account for his views on political 
matters; but his advocacy of Henry George's objectionable land 
theories has procured for him the hostility of the newspaper press, 
which naturally represents the employing class and those who 
have a property stake in the community; hence the curious spec- 
tacle is furnished of all the ultra-Protestant papers sustaining the 
Pope for excommunicating a priest because of the latter's objection- 
able opinions on a secular question. But the newspapers have 
somewhat too hastily come to the conclusion that the interdict of 
the .Chursh makes an end to the priest. He certainly has a large 
backing among the working classes, and seems to be personally 
poiJular among tens and hundreds of thousands of people, who 
would never have heard of him but for his quarrel with his ecclesi- 
astical superiors. He is in no danger of starvation, for he can 
make more as a lecturer than he ever could as a parish priest. 
He will be a power in our politiC3,;provided he does not run for 
oftice himself. That would hurt him more than any excommuni- 
cation from Rome. In dealing with this troublesome case the 
Church has again shown the value of its splendid discipline. There 
was more or less sympathy felt for McGlynn by many American 
priests, but they have been silenced. Two distinctively Roman 
Catholic journals took the part of the protesting priest. One was 
forced to change hands and the other has suspended recently. 
Father McGlynn seems to have many adherents when he appears 
in public halls; but they are not the kind of people who support 
newspapers. But this episode in the history of the Roman Cath- 
olic Church in America is significant, inasmuch as it is the first 
occurrence in which any section of the Catholic priesthood or laity 
has rebelled against its ecclesiastical superiors. 



Ours is the only country on earth to-day in which there is an 
unreasoning public opinion against government expenditure for 
needful public improvements. We have just heard of the com- 
mencement of the Kiel Canal by Germany, to connect the German 
Ocean with the Baltic. The British government is aiding directly 
the opening of new lines of railway all through India. Russia is 
perfecting her railway system in Central Asia, and it is possible 
now to ride from St. Petersburg by steam travel all the way to the 
frontiers of Afghanistan. Russia is also engaged in the creation of 
a gigantic railway system in Siberia, whnre, in five years' time, the 
Pacific Ocean will be reached. Moreover, Russia has been develop- 
ing for years the water courses of Siberia, and this new line of 
railway will make available for wheat culture enormous stretches 
of fertile territory. It would require a good deal of space to tell of 
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external commerce. As we have said, the only country which 
cares nothing for its foreign coraTierce and is bitterly averse to any 
national aid to improve its waterways is the United States. Yet 
our country in the meantime has more money to spare and greater 
need of such improvements than has any other civilized nation 

on earth. 

• 

Bits of Street Architecture. 

Man is an animal difficult to please. Ten years ago we were all 
railing against the arid monotony of the brown stone fronts. Now 
we have abounding variety in the newer quarters of the city, except- 
ing the tenement houses, and even this exception is not complete, 
for the builders of tenement houses also undergo throes of aesthetic 
parturition, and beat their zinc cornices into new and fantastic 
shapes and adopt mouldings of unfamilar profile. Mostly we wish 
they wouldn't. And even upon the west side are there not blocks 
of little houses that differ from each other in material and features 
and color and form, which the candid observer has to admit would 
be more distressing to live opposite and daily to contemplate than 
the old familiar row of brown stone with all the openings alike and 
all the bulging cornices painted the same shade? It is not variety 
for its own sake any more than it is uniformity for its own sake, 
towards which our testhetic yearnings tend. It is, in point of fact, 
skill in the art of architecture that we require, and we can permit 
a competent architect to make a row of houses as like each other 
as so many peas, or as unlike each other as the most diversified 
block of sixteen-foot houses on the west side and be thankful for 
the result, though, to be sure, we are more obliged to him for 
variety of detail in the uniform frontage and for uni'y of effect in 
the variegated frontage. 

Meanwhile, comparatively happy is the accomplished architect, if 
he cannot get a whole row to do, if he has the opportunity to inter- 
polate a new house front iu an old brown stone block. His work 
is sure to be noticed, in the first place, and this is a gratification 
to the carnal man. If a really artistic house front were inserted 
in one of the architectural " job lots" of " fancy fronts," that we 
might mention on the west side, the casual spectator would not 
notice even how different it was from its uei2hborB, and the atten- 
tive spectator would be apt to overlook, in the jumble of adjoining 
objects that come into the same view, the better-studied com- 
position, the more refined and more carefully adjusted detail 
which distinguished it as the work of a man who knows what he 
is about. The adjoining objects do not interfere with the spec- 
tator, either casual or careless, when they are a row of brown 
Btone fronts. He simply does not notice them, and the one build- 
ing which attracts his attention has all the advantages of com- 
plete isolation, except that only one front of it can be seen. The 
result is that, It it be only passably good, he is apt, finding so 
much refreshment in it, to think it very good indeed. 

In No. 8 West 18th street, the architect, who we believe ia Mr. 
Lindsey, has had such an opportunity, and has made an interesting 
and effective house front. The problem was somewhat peculiar, being 
a doctor's house and office, for although doctors' houses are common 
enough in a vale of mortality, doctors' houses designed as such are 
very infrequent in New York, and the physician has to adapt to his 
own uses either the English basement, which lends itself to them 
with comparative facility, or the high stoop house, which does not 
lend itself to them with any facility at all. This is the professional 
abode, according to the New York custom, of two physicians, as the 
signs in the windows show, and the residence of one of them, as the 
general arrangement of the front indicates. The offices of the two 
doctors are separated by the front door, and seem to be ample for 
their purpose, the frontage being a full lot, or apparently a little 
more. This professional basement is distinguished from the domestic 
superstructure by its material, which is brown stone, whereas the 
wall above » of brick relieved with brown stone and by an emphatic 
double moulding across the top of it. It is what may be called a 
low stoop house, the level of the first floor being six or eight steps 
above the sidewalk, wiih which it is connected by a solid and 
simple stoop, a flight of stone steps with a low wall on each side. 
The house wall is rough-faced up to the sill course of the ground 
floor and smooth above. The central doorway is an open three- 
centred arch, deeply splayed and heavily moulded, with the doori 
set some feet back and allowing a vestibule panelled in oak. Th« 
single windows of the offices on each side are small and low, rising 
no higher than the springing of the arch between them, and are 
lintelled, with a continuous moulding along the lintels .and 
jambs, curving at the corners. The architect must have had 
an unusually reasonable client to deal with, since the windows 
are much smaller than is usual, though apparently quite 
large enough for their purpose. The architectural expe- 
diency of reducing them is very evident. As they ara they 
emphasize the height and solidity of the wall and give archi- 
teotural value to the basement, which larger openings would 
weaken. The second story has two large windows; the lintels and 
jambs in brown stone, with wooden muUions and transoms, a 
pontinuous moulding, as before, around the opening, and a label 



a Tudor dripstone with carved terminations, inclosing the lintel. 
The third story is a repetition of this a little smaller and a little 
plainer. The brick wall between the two stories has inserted, at 
the axis of the openings, a carved diamond-shaped panel in brown 
stone. A moulded brown stone cornice, with ball-flowers in its 
cone, traverses the wall above the third story and divides the 
building into three parts. The third, above the cornice, consists of 
two dormers, relieved against the slated mansard roof, aligned over 
the openings below and carried upon a low parapet wall of brick. 
Each dormer is a pair of square-headed openings, divided by a 
brown stone shaft with a foliated capital, inclosed by brick jumbs, 
and covered with a gable of brown stone, with a diamond panel la 
the head. This gable is coped with a simple moulding and crowned 
with a heavy foliated finial. The detail which, as we have seen, 
is extremely simple is late Gothic, rather French thauEuglish, in 
spite of the Tudor dripstone, and is adjusted with skill. In fact, 
the front is so sober and restrained, and withal so harmonious, that 
it is very near being a model city house front, having in view its 
peculiar requirements. 

Just around the corner. No. 9 West 17th street, is the office of 
the Goelet estate, and a very amusing building it is, by saying 
which we hasten to explain that we mean nothing but praise. 
This, too, is a twenty-five foot front. It is only two stories and a 
half (a roof story) in height, though the wall is tall enough for 
three stories, the additional height occurring in a piece of blank 
wall over the second story, so lofty as to suggest that either the 
ceilings of the second story are very much above its openings, or 
that the inhabitants of the attic must resort to a step-ladder in 
order to look out of the window. What makes it amusing is that 
it is a study in the Dutch Renaissance of the seventeenth century, 
the style that prevailed in old Amsterdam when new Amsterdam 
was colonized, and which offers a means of swearing one's self on 
to the original settlers, which it is rather surprising has not been 
more frequently adopted in domestic architecture. For there 
really are possibilities in it, albeit its characteristic is a quaintnees 
so extreme as to be comical. In this building. Messrs. McKim, 
Mead & White have executed an extremely free version of Dutch 
Renaissance, which indeed appears mainly in the crow-stepped 
side wall, which is visible from the street, in the crew- 
stepped dormer and in the corrugated and shiny tiling of 
the steep roof. The ground floor has nothing characteristically 
Dutch, unless the belting of the wall in pink granite and 
red brick be so accounted. The low stoop, the area wall and the 
main wall to the sill of the first floor windows is a connected 
structure of granite. From this arise the striped piers of the first 
story, which is an arcade of three round openings turned between 
the outer piers and two Doric columns of polished granite, disen- 
gaged. The voussoirs are alternately of brick and granite, the 
latter extended to connect with the courses of the same material 
in the wall. A heavy moulded string course of granite surmounts 
this striped wall, :md over it is the sill course of the second story. 
Above this line the wall is of brick, with granite quoins at the ends 
and at the jambs of the openings. These are two in the second 
story. Another moulded string course runs through above 
them and forms their lintels, looking rather thin and untrust- 
worthy for its purpose. Neither is the spectator reassured 
by what we suppose must be called "relieving" arches of 
brick and granite turned in segments over the openings, 
for unfortunately the arches are sprung from within the lines of 
the opening, and thus press, with all their superincumbent wall, 
upon the slender lintels they are supposed to relieve. The seven- 
teenth century Dutchman, being unacquamted with the uses of 
iron girders, would hardly have ventured upon such a construction 
even in his most hilarious moments. Above these examples of 
Dutch courage comes the unbroken space of wall already men- 
tioned as tall enough for an additional story, and then the cornice, 
a moulded shelf of granite, raised upon six corbels of the same. 

The central dormer is as Dutch as be ; that is, as can be. Its 

jHers are brick, belted every course with projecting slabs of 
granite; its gable has four crow-steps in granite, with fiourishing 
Batavian aileronj, and it has a granite pediment. Altogether the 
front is a very jolly performance — perhaps all the jollier for the 
structural fallacy we have noted, which would be a serious matter 
in a serious building, and we ought to feel obliged to the archi- 

tectsfor giving us this entertainment. 

— • 

President Cleveland's letter anent the Grand Army of the Re- 
public encampment at St. Louis will be very generally approved. 
This Grand Army, by the way, is responsible for the pension pay- 
ments this country has been called upon to make since the war, by 
playing upon the fears and aspirations of politicians. This wisely 
managed organization has been able to roll up pension obligations 
unexampled in the history of the world. We have overpaid our 
obligations to the soldiers fifty fold and have succeeded in making 
swarms of paupers in every county in the country. Any devise 
by which the public are induced not to work is a national misfor- 
tune. How monstrous these pensions will look to future genera- 



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tions I Had we public censor^ similar to those of ancient Rome, 
every Congressman who votfd for these iniquitous steals and every 
President who signed them would have been driven from public 
life in disgrace. Tliis St. Louis matter may help to open the eyes 
of the country and put an end for ever to the abuses of the pen- 
sion system. 

Assessed Valuation of Real and Personal Estate. 

The following is the valuation of the real and per.-ional property 
of New York as compared with the returns of last year. These are 
the corrected figures, upon which the annual tax levy will be made 
next week : 

A.^fiesfied vain- Aa-tefised valu- 

ntion, 1H8*> ation, IfiST. Iiicrea.te. 

WARDri. Ji^-al fstate. R'''d estate, Rt-al estate 

First Srs.TsiJ.rKj gr9,5.'8.ii05 $737,212 

Second. .S».:ili«.37H 3t.565,.58r 199, 2119 

Third SS,335,<1 .".) 3S.e fi.'iO-j 24').S« 

Fourth 132M,8i:) 13,^41 59i 130 792 

Fifth 45.097.412 40,370,907 379.49.5 

Sixth i4,22,(19! atB2%«4l 372.948 

Seventh ](;,9(lM4i> l".3«i,''r>7 331,011 

Eighth 39tl3",«17 39,26.'.UI3 '.'21,280 

Ninth 29 240,991) 29,709,823 .5.'2,83i 

Tenth 17,900,3-;.'j 18,220,297 3 3.9:12 

Eleventh 10791.129 17,103,71)8 .372.577 

Twelfth ]3l.(Wl,S3i 1.')8,113.4I7 24,0JI,S75 

Thirteenth li)..30«, U^ 10,073,40,5 307,0.j0 

Fourteenth 24 079,727 2t.99l 7;0 3i5,ii43 

Fifieenth F.5.P3S,24I 50,202 553 424.312 

Sixteenth 37,8.)7,127 38,21S,5i9 3'i5.4ll2 

Seventeenth 31,88i,noi 34,402,508 517.414 

Eighteenth 78,153,314 71,770,587 017.213 

Nineteenth 204,918,455 211,635,941 6.717,485 

Twentieth 45,041,670 40, 171 ,770 831,094 

Twenty-flrst 89,0314J1 81,79!. 129 7^18 706 

TwentT-seoond 103,728.440 ll3,5%,437 9 8.56,997 

Twenty-lhird 19,«16 970 21.' 27,P0S 1,410,832 

Twentyfourth 11.194,m9J 11,701,980 557,870 

Total real estate 81,203,941,003 $1,254,491,819 $-.0,550,784 

Persitnal Per^oiutl Pcrftontil 

Estate. Estate. Estate 

Resident $14S,47i,53) $18"',393,471 $31.!»22.941 

Non-resident 9.543 84^ o'.'ov,, 370..5-45 

Shareholders banks ,59,012,813 62,884,9.0 3,82.M07 

Total per estate $3170jr,221 $253,U8,8;4 $'.6,121,593 

Total real and personal estate for 188i $l,4;i),963,280 

Total real and personal eslate tor 1837 1,607,040,603 

Total increase $86,672,377 

The increase is a large one, but not more than was expected. 
The $34,000,000 addition in the lath Ward, the .f9. 8.50,000 addition 
in the 23i Ward, and .$13,717,000 increase in the IDih Ward might 
have been anticipated, but the added valuations in the 23i and 
24th Wards seem small in view of the activity in real estate above 
the Harlem River. From this time forth we must expect that the 
heaviest additions to the valuation of property will be in the 
regions north of the Harlem River. It will be noticed that while 
the valuation of taxable real estate is over $1,2.50,000,000, the value 
of personal property is put at only $180,000,000 ; yet it is obvious 
that the personal property must aclually be five times as valuable 
as the real estate of this city. There are probably three persons 
that could be named whose aggregate personal property would 
amount to more than the $180,000,000 credited to all our rich men. 
From this defect in our laws real estate is forced to bear the 
burden of all city and State taxation. 



This is a critical time with the crops. A few weeks will tell the 
story, so f.ar as go the small grains, such as wheat, rye, oats aud 
barley. It is now pretty certain that the wheat crop will not be as 
large as it was in 1886, but will be a better crop than that of 1885. 
The harvest has been gathered iu the Southwest, but the reaper 
and the sickle is not yet at work in the great wheat fields of the 
West and Northwest. The season has been dry, and a visitation of 
burning hot weather might make a great difference in the yield of 
the Northwest. With good luck we ought to have a magnificent 
corn crop. There was never so much seed put in the ground, and 
the planting season was exceptionally favorable. If the weather 
is not too dry it ought to amount to over 2,000,000,000 bushels. 
Cotton looks well, but it is too early in the season to make any pre- 
dictions. 



As this matter of the wheat yield is so vital, the following figures 
may prove interesting. Wheat sold at : 



Year. 

I'^eo,. 

1861.. 
180i,. 
1863 . 
18i4 . 
1805.. 
1886.. 
1867... 
1868.. 



Per lb 

.. 2 5-Oc 
... 2940 

... 2!^C 
... SHc 
.... 4>^! 

... h%- 
.... !«c 

... 'M^ 
... f^e 



Year. 

1869 . 
l>-70 . 
1871.. 
1872,. 
1873.. 
1874.. 
1675 . 
1876. . 
1877 . 



Per lb I Year. Per lb. 

.. 3%l\ I87S 2^0 

.3 l-Ho I 1879 2Uo 



3!^- 
35ic 
2Me 
2!4'.- 

3c 



IHHi) 
1831 
1832 
1883 
1884 



2}^0 

2c 

IHc 



If this cereal should sell for the wheat year of 1.887-8 at the 
average it commanded from 1800-84, lots bought at 1 8-10 cents 
a pound would prove property to hold. Wheat, we think, is sell- 
ing at low figures compared with the price of other commodities. 



In any well settled city in a State like New York there is no peril to be 
apprehended from liberal inve.'iiajent<) in reil eitate, hecame the increase, 
while not coniparalile with that noticeabiti ia tho VVest. ia steady and 

ilspeaiientr ujiod wholenoine and nstMr^l oonditlvjis. Speculation in real 



estate iu New York, if conducted with ordinary prurience, does not involve 
the risks that are daily confronted io the West. On the coatrary, it is safe 
and sure and a thing to be encouragpd. 

The above paragraph is taken from the Utica Observer, in an 
article discussing the real estate speculation of the West. But is 
it tjuite true that there are no dangerous symptoms here at the 
East? The figures we are giving from week to week show that 
real estate transactions in New York and Rrookljn are from 50 to 
70 per cent, more than they were last \ear, yet 18S6 was a very 
active year as compared with previous years. This remarkable 
addition to the number of conveyances ia not because of any 
greater demand for new house.s, as the plans for additional struct- 
ures show less building than a year ago. Up to within a recent 
period there has been no uowhole.some excitement in New York 
real estate. But it is barely po<8i!)le that the same causes which 
have induced the speculative buying of Western property miiy be 
making themselves felt here at the E ist Dealers who wish to 
keep on the safe side would do well to keep a sharp look out on 
transactions for the rest of this year. 



Our Prophetic Department. 

New Light — Let us give business und politi-s the go-by, for one 
week at least, and discuss the elfi'cls of inventions in the distant 
fului'e. You agree with me, of course, in thinking tliat the 
twentieth century will see greater progress on the part of the race 
than has the nineteenth century. But what direction will the new 
tendencies and inventions take? I assume that the worid will 
improve ; but in what way will the mass of mankind be better off ? 

Sir Oracle— The questions you ask would take several volumes 
to discuss even cursorily. It would involve religious and sociological 
problems that would provoke controversy. I intend simply to try 
and point out some of the results of agencies now in operation, or 
inventions the full importance of which we have not yet quite 
grasped. To be;;iu, I look for some remarkable discoveries in 
biology and psychology. I mean that in that borderland between 
matter and mind, which includes the phenomena of hypnotism, 
spiritualism, and even dreams. S_) far there have been facts and 
possibilities which have not been formulated into any system that 
will furnish an explanation of them. There is, probably, some 
element of value in mind reaiing, mind cure and the influence of 
one personality upon another, or, for that matter, on several others ; 
but there is a good deal of humbug and pretence connected with 
these phenomena which it is the business of scientific men to do 
away with. 

N. L. — Let us get down to something practical. Is not there a 
mighty field for chemistry ? This science is not much over a cen- 
tury old, and may be said to have begun when Preistly discovered 
oxygen gas. 

Sir O. — You are quite right in expecting marvellous results from 
the development fif this particular science. For a long time chem- 
istry was analytic. It took the materials that go to compose the 
world apart — it resolved complex into simple elements. But of late 
c'lemistry has become synthetic, and its masters have been recom- 
bining diverse chemical atoms with surprising results. Look at 
our marvellous e.^iplosives, nitro-glyoerine, dynamite, and, more 
fearful than all, melanite. With these and perhaps more powerful 
explosives we may yet be able to tear down mountain ranges and 
convert high hills of stone into dust. Look at the numerous 
ana3sthetics, each with different properties, and all made by com- 
bining what seemed to be incongruous chemical atoms. Were I 
to hint at the obvious possibilities of discoveries in this particular 
department of chemistry I might be set down as a lunatic. 

N. L. — At the risk of being considered one give us an indication 
of a remarkable result probable upon a discovery of some anaesthetic 
you have in mind. 

Sir O. — I can only touch upon a whim I have long had which I 
sometimes call the utilization of sleep. It seems to me monstrous 
that mankind should pass one-third of their time in a kind of mock 
death. Now I have supposed it might be within the resources of a 
perfected science to give human beings a pleasant consciousness 
while still asleep ; in other words, to dominate the dreams of the 
sleeping subject. We know what opium has done to men like De 
Quincy and Coleridge in translating them to a land ol resplendent 
visions. True, the nervous prostration after the opiate has done 
its wonderful work was something fearful. But there are nervous 
excitants of a similar character which are not depressing, such as 
nitrous oxide, more familiarly known as laughing gas. Scientific 
men say that we cannot be dogmatic about a life hereafter ; but it 
may be within its resources to give us what will seem to be an 
eternity of bliss every time we lay our head upon the pillow, for it 
is a remarkable fact that dreams are not limited by time and space. 
So far as your consciousness is concerned you may seem to exist 
for seons of ages in a state of ecstatic bliss, when really only a few 
mom'mts of objective time has been consumed. 

N. L.— You are getting way beyond me, Sir Qraclo ! I CWnct 

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stood improvement that will add to the comfort or happiness of 
mankind ? 

Sir O.— Well, to change the subject entirely, suppose we say 
something about the novel of the future. Modern inventioi? has ren- 
dered it possible to portray character and give a more vivid idea of 
the actors in a story than was possessed by the novelists of the past. 
Heretofore the writer has had to depend on descriptions in words. 
But why should he not hereafter give pictures of liis various char- 
actars? in other words, to present them to the physical as well as to 
the mental eye. The draughtsmen can give the figures, and lith- 
ography supply the colors and tints, not only of the persons, but of 
the scenes. What a comfort it would be, if, instead of the elab- 
orate description of scenes, we could look upon a pleasant picture. 
Long accounts of castles, palaces, churches, as well as the insides 
of houses, might be replaced by striking pictures. Then the phono- 
graph might give us the voices of the various characters. Just 
think of a novel in which you could follow the characters from 
scene to scene, from house to house, and dressed to suit the 
various circumstances of their lives. 

N. L. — Well, that is something of a novel idea, and, by the way, 
that reminds me that the phonograph seems to have passed out of 
men's minds, yet it is a very remarkable invention. How inter- 
esting it would be to us moderns if we could hear the very voice of 
Pericles, Aspasia, Diogenes, Socrates, Plato, Demosthenes, and all 
the famous men and women of the past. A thousand years from 
now it would interest the men then living could a phonograph give 
them an echo of the voice of our famous men. In a sense they 
would be made immortal. But if we continue to talk in this strain 
much longer our readers wiU think the hot weather has turned our 
heads. 



The New Parks. 



[COPYBIGHTED.] 

IV. 
idttor Rbcobd AND Guide: 

In my first letter I referred to the opportunity afforded our wealthy 
citizens by the great park on the Sound for the^exercise of their benevolence 
in providing free summer excursions for the poor and infirm, for helpless 
»ge, the children of our orphan asjlums and the inmates of similar institu- 
tions. There is no enterprise of a charitable or benevolent character more 
deserving of sympathy and substantial aid than the " Fresh Air Fund," 
and where can fresh air be found in greater abundance than in the invig- 
orating breezes that blow over Pelham Bay Park from the purifying waters 
of the Bound. Were it possible to transplant the hundreds of thousands of 
toilers from the sweltering, suffocating, poison-laden atmosphere of the long 
miles of tenement houses to this great reservoir and bathe them in its 
refreshing air and water dnring the Saturday half- holiday of each week, 
there would be a decline in the death rate and a marked reduction in the 
bills of mortality. 

It is to be hoped that the creation of small parks in the densely-packed 
sections of the city will not result in still more densely packing the huge, 
overcrowded, surrounding buildings, where the death rate is so largely in 
excess of that in other parts of the city. Some twenty years ago the Board 
of Health suggested that the only absolute remedy for this great evil was 
the removal " of the overcrowded population to the neighboring county, 
where cheaper and better dwellings can be procured. This," it was said, 
" could not be done until means are provided by which the laboring popu- 
lation can return to their work expeditiously and at little expense." Of 
course the dispersion of hundreds o£ thousands living in tenement houses'cau 
only be accompUshed in time and by other than compulsory means. One 
of the most effectual of these is the extension of the business area of the 
city, its encroachment on the residential portion and the consequent 
displacement of the occupants and their removal to other parts. Another 
is the strict enforcement of the law limiting the number of persons to each 
house and prescribing the dimensions of the apartments. Bat the most 
effectual, not only for'the sanitary welfare, but for the moral.well-being of 
the people, is a change of locality, pure air and more commodious dwellings. 
To effect the purpose for which they are designed the creation of small 
parks should be accompanied by a revolution in the tenement house system. 
Otherwise the killing economy of space, fatal]alil£e to health and morals, 
may go on increasing, and what was intended as a blessing may prove a 
curse. However, as the chances are largely in favor of the proposed 
and desired improvement the sooner it is carried into operation the better, 
and it is to be hoped that as the necessary power is conferred by the law 
there will be within the next five years many small parks located and ready 
for use in the most populous and the most unhealthy districts.; 

What a pity it is that several years must elapse before the people for 
whose recreation the small parks law was enacted can have the benefit of 
them. The structures which now encumber the ground must be removed, 
the vacant spaces filled in with new earth, the grounds laid out and the 
trees planted— a work which will involve, in addition to the cost of the 
buildings, a heavy expense. Nothing of this will be requirei in the 
case of the new parks in the northern half of the city, which are even 
now ready for occupation. 

The costly experience which the city has acquired on this vitally important 
tenement house question should suggest some practical means of preventing 
the same evils iu the 2M and 24th Wards, the area of which is about equal 
in extent to the twenty two wards south of the Harlem River. As New 
York has now not more than one-fifth or one-sixth of the population which 
will hereafter reside w ithin its limits the legislation necessary to secure and 
preserve the requisite sanitary regulations as to dweUing space for the 
millions to come cannot be provided too soon. There is a large area yet to 



be occupied, and on this area millions are to live. Shall they be packed at 
the rate of 276,480 human baings to the equire mile, as they are to-day in 
the 10th Ward ; or, at the average of 23.5,2S0 to the same area, as in the 
10th, 11th, 13th, 14th and 17th Wards. 

But the worst of this packing business is not told, the climax is only 
reached when we ascertain from the census of 1839 that thjre were in these 
wards sections or blocks in which the average of population to the square 
mile was, incredible as it may appear, 539,713. These are the fields from 
which Death gathers his most prolific harvests; here infants and children 
" fall like com before the reaper;" here the slaughter of the innocents goes 
on from day to day and from year to year unchecked and almost unnoticed. 
Space, air, salubrious and commodious habitations, parks, the lungs of 
cities — these are the essentials to health and strength, to mental as well as 
physical vigor and power. More laws to regulate and secure the essential 
sanitary conditions, the proper distribution of space in the erection of 
buildings, should be enacted at the earliest day possible, in order to prevent 
the perpetuation and extension of the fatal tenement house system over the 
yet unoccupied territorv. New York should be built hereafter along the 
ground, not into the sky; outward, not upward. In the space thus far occu- 
pied by thousands of dwellings there is only room, under proper sanitary 
conditions, for half the number. 

The last census presented a striking contrast between New York and other 
cities in the proportion of inhabitants to the area occupied. In 1880 the 
population of our city was 1,206,299, who lived in 73,684 dwellings, an 
average of 16^.^ to each house. Brooklyn had a population of 566,663 in 
62,233 dwellings, an average of about 9; and Philadelphia 847,170 living in 
146,412, or arr average of 6 to a house. Thus the great city on the Delaware, 
with a little more than two-thirds the population of the great city on the 
Hudson, had double the number of dwellings. No wonder if such unhealthy 
localities as those on the east and parts of the west side of the city, where 
the huge tenement houses, four, five and six stories high, extending for 
miles and miles along the avenues and streets and looming up in unsunned 
lanes and alleys, swell the death-rate of the city far beyond the mortality 
of other sections. Pure air is as essential to the healthy growth and 
development of a people as the food they eat. Pack them into boxes, not 
rooms, and their growth physically, mentally and morally will be stunted. 

As far back as October, 1881, when earnestly urging on the New York 
public the pressing necessity for an increase ot the park area of the city by 
the selection of suitable sites in the 23d and 34th Wards and the adjacent 
section of Westchester county, I called special attention to the opportunity 
which would be presented by rapid transit for the distribution of the denizens 
of the tenement-house districts, and their transfer to the healthier localities 
beyond the Harlem. " Here," I then said, " land can be had at reasonable 
prices, and dwellings fit for human beiugs can be built and rented at moderate 
rates. Here, along the lines of rapid transit, will eventually be gathered by 
tens of thousands the workers of the great metropolis, no longer cooped up in 
wretched, foul and disease-laden tenements— living tombs of the toiling 
masses. Here there will be no packing into close, narrow, pest-breeding 
apartments, but neat, commodious cottages free from that mental and 
physical contamination which is the curse of over-crowded cities. Rapid 
transit furnishes the most practical solution of the tenement-house problem, 
and it is safe to say that the promise of such a system as will meet all 
requirements is near its fulfilment. " 

Many of the difliculties which heretofore interfered with the practical 
solution of this vexed question no longer exist ; they have been removed by 
the system of rapid transit, which, although not as perfect as could be 
wished, will eventually furnish all the facilities of transportation necessary 
to enable a large portion of the working classes to secure homes in healthier 
localities and yet be placed, in point of time, within convenient reach of 
their workshops, factories, stores and other places of business. For those 
who are obliged to remain there will be less crowding, consequently 
healthier dwellings; and when they can give a day to recreation in the 
country or desire to spend their half holiday in the large parks, the improved 
facilities ot transit will enable them to do so in a half hour at the utmost. 
As yet rapid transit is only in its infancy, the present structures to 
a certain extent experimental and destined in the near future to give way 
to an improved system. The inventive genius of our people, so prolific in 
resources, will pri)ve equal to the deminds made upon it, and as the old 
stage coach gave way to the Ughtning express, and as the time of the 
surface car has been reduced one-half by the elevated railroad train, so 
the speed of the latter will be doubled to meet the public demand. 

Who will say that in the near future some, as yet undiscovered, force, 
acting through new mechanical appliances, will not treble the rate oC speed 
with which one hundred and twenty millions a }'eai" are at present 
carried over our elevated railroads. It is not yet teu years since these 
roads were opened to travel, and so absolutely indispensable have they 
become to the public that one week's suspension of the various lines would 
literally paralyze business. Without them the parks would be much less 
accessible; with them the great pleasure grounds can be reached in less 
than an hour from the most distant parts of the city, and when we have 
through travel and express trains this time can be reduced one-halt. 
They will be nearer to the great mass of our population than was Central 
Park before the elevated railways were constructed and they will be what 
Central has never been— the play grounds of the people. Moreover, they 
will be a potent factor in keeping our population within our own borders 
and in bringing back tens of thousands who have been induced by the 
superior facihties of transit presented beyond the city limits to seek dwellings 
in New Jersey, Long Island and elsewhere. To this cause may be ascribed 
in part the marked increase of population in these localities since the last a 
census. I 

The statistics of travel along all the lines— surface and elevated— may 1 
well excite surprise. The extraordinary increase of business on the latter ^ 
evidently far exceeded the calculations of the companies themselves, and 
"after a few years they were obliged to employ more powerf al motors, to 
run longer trains and to reduce the time between them. If the following j 
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must have doubled withiu the last ten years, and we have, instead of 
seventeen hundred thousand, two millions of inhabitants: 

Elevated R. R. Horse Railways. Total. 

1877 3,011,803 ]«0,944,4iG 16-3,936,298 

1878 9,891,319 160.952,832 170,244, l.'il 

1879 46,0)5.181 142,038,381 188,083.562 

1880 60.831,757 150,3»».592 211,2,!2,349 

1881 75.585,778 146.050,808 221,616.586 

1882 86,361,02!) 166,510.617 252,871,646 

1883 92,124,943 175,n94..523 268,107,732 

1881 96,702,620 187,413,248 284,119,862 

1885 103,354,726 191,165,035 £94,523,764 

1886 115,109,591 204,31.3,288 819,422,839 

An inspection of these figures and a comparison of the number of passen- 
gers carried by the horse cars and the elevated trains show that while there 
was a falling off in the horse car travel during 1879, 1880 and 1881, the lost 
business was recovered in 188'3, '3, '4, '5 and '6, and largely augmented — the 
travel of 1886 over 1878^ being more than 25 per cent. This would indicate, 
if the figures were accepted as a correct basis for estimate, a corresponding 
increase in the population, and adding thereto the increase of travel by the 
elevated roads from 1878 to 1886— about 106,000,000— we should have, as 
stated, nearly two millions of inhabitants at present in New York. But we 
cannot rely for accurate estimates upon these statistics, for it is a well- 
established fact that as the facilities and accommodations for transporta- 
tion are improved an increased business follows, independent of the growth 
of population. It is in this case, as in every other— improved methods begot 
an increased demand. 

I have referrad particularly to this question of rapid transit as it has a 
special interest in relation to the new parks. In connection with the 
progress of the city northward it is a matter of special importance. Within 
a year the elevated road on Third avenue beyond the Harlem will have 
been constructed as far as its terminus on the Bronx, and probably in less 
than five years the various lines comprising the suburban rapid transit 
system will be finished. The Harlem Ri verjimprovement will give a decided 
impetus to the development and growth of our two most northern wards 
and to the adjacent portions of Westchester county, outside of the city 
now, but certain Jin two or three years to be annexed; and these wards 
will have a population of half a million by the time that improvement 
is completed. While it is in progress new lines of travel will be opened, 
new routes to the parks constructed, and ithe annexed district, so 
called, will be traversed by as many means of transit as the other half 
of New York below the Harlem. To Van Cortlandt Park there will be 
besides the northern road branches from the Harlem and the Hudson 
River, while the Bronx Park will be no less liberally supplied with means 
of access, and the grand outlying park, the Indented shores of which extend 
in many curved and graceful lines a distance of nine mUes, will be no less 
generously provided with tributary transit roads. There will be no lack 
of means of transportation when the new park territory is opened 
throughout its whole length and breadth. The necessary facilities will be 
ready, are in fact ready now and only waiting the moment when the 
lands shall be declared free to the public. 

When that announcement is made the people will be at liberty to 
wander over the green fields, up the grassy slopes, through the shady 
woods, free from the restraints imposed on the visitors to the Central. 
There they will not be conSned to dusty roads and asphaltum walks, but 
can enjoy themselves in picnics in the groves, athletic exercises on the 
broad meadows, games of croquat, base-ball, tennis, polo or la orosse, or 
such other recreation or exercise as they fancy. Already eager thousands 
throng every Sunday up to the very borders of the parks, gazing with 
wistful eyes on the tempting scenes, and, when not stopped by the owners, 
passing through tha gates, or over the fenoes into the appropriated grounds. 
The elevated roads during the summer season, and even into the fall, 
carry tens of thousands into the new wards which are already known by 
the distinctive title of the park district; and these are but the precursors 
of the greater multitude that will follow when all is accomplished— the 
bonds issued, the Park Department in control and the people in acknowl- 
edged possession. 

Last year and the year previous there were unmistakable indications of the 
impatient desire of the public to enjoy these great pleasure grounds. In some 
instances the visitors denied the right of the occupants ,to exclude them, 
forced their way ic and insisted that as the laud? were . public parks they 
had a right to remain. 

In Van Cortlandt, Bronx and Pelham Bay Parks there have been 
regular picnic parties, although in portions of Pelham Park prohibitory 
notices warn trespassers off the land. In Van Cortlandt Park curlers and 
skaters have, through the courtesy of the proprietor, free use of the lake In 
the winter, and the military are to be accorded the privilege next fall of 
using the hundred s,nd twenty acres which have been set apart for a parade 
ground, without awaiting the report of the Commissioners, or its confirma- 
tion by the Supreme Court. And what a magnificent parade ground that 
level sweep of 130 acres will make! What Champs de Mars is framed in 
scenery so exquisite ? On the west of it, and overlooking Broadway, rises 
the picturesque range of hills, which form the eastern bank of the Hudson, 
while on the other side the magnificent Pahsa^les hound the horizon. 
Away to the south is the valley of the Harlem, spanned by the high arches 
upholding the tunnel which carries to the great city nearly a hundred mil- 
lion gallons of pure water daily. To the north are the wooded hills of the 
park, and beyond its limit, which is coterminous with the city line, are 
to be seen from these hills glimpses of the Hudson and some of the finest 
views to be found along the whole course of om" American Rhine. A few 
hundred yards to the east of the inclosed tract is a sylvan lake covering an 
extent of fifty acrw, which can be enlarged to eighty, and which is supplied 
by the ever-flowing Mosholu and natural springs. 

Besides the opportunity the parks afford for recreation and healthful 
exercise, there are niauy varied features that can be introduced hereafter 
which will be appreciated by visitors— many uses to which they can be 
legitimately put and which would materially increase the revenues of the 
sinking fund, and Ibus directly contribute towarda tUe extinctioo of the 
municipal debt. 



Capital and enterprise combined wiU be quick to find in such features 
profitable investment, and pay liberally for the privileges and grants 
which they may secure from the city. Every month, therefore, that the 
people are deprived of the benefits is so much lost to the municipal treasury. 

One of the most valuable, one of the most important, and I believe one 
of the most popular attractions that coUld be engrafted on the parks, would 
be a permanent industrial exhibition, for which buildings should be erected 
in a style and on a scale commensurate with the character of the enter- 
prise. Such a work, if properly organized, could be made to subserve the 
industrial interests of the whole country, and be to the useful what galleries 
of painting and sculpture are to the fine arts. 

The value of an institution of this character can hardly be overestimated, 
not merely as an instructor of the people, but as affording an opportunity 
of presenting on a grand and comprehensive scale the progreaa of the 
mechanic arts throughout the world, and especially as demonstrated in the 
products of American genius. Classified according to the States which 
have contributed to the development and perfection of this or that inven- 
tion, the many labor-saving machines, and the multiplied and varied 
applications of mechanical power, whether used in manufacture! or in 
commerce, in supplying human wants or facilitating travel and transporta- 
tion; such an exhibition would practically illustrate the progress of 
material civilization, and present in a historical form the various stages in 
each particular case from the earliest and crudest efforts to the latest 
improvement, or the perfected machine. A large portion of the necessary 
material could be obtained from the Patent Office at Washington, but the 
arrangement and classification in chronological order would be a task 
requiring for its successful accomplishment the highest qualifications and 
the ripest experience. 

An exhibition of this character on Hunter's Island, in Pelham Park, would 
constitute one of the most attractive features in the multiplying attractions 
of our cosmopolitan city. There is no tract in aU the new park domain so 
well adapted for the purpose. The scenery is picturesque in the highest 
degree, and it possesses what the Sydenham Exhibition lacks, an outlook 
over one of the most beautiful sheets of water in the world. 

As to capital, there is an abundance in New York for the promotion of 
such a werk, but the enterprise could justly appeal to the whole country, and 
if carried out on the plan indicated it would neces,sarily embrace every sec- 
tion and include every State. The objection as to distance is without 
force, for the means of access furnished by the Portchester and Harlem 
road, which runs through the park, in which it has even now three stations, 
and by the great fleet of steamboats ready for the task, would meet all 
demands. John Mullalt. 



The New Madison Square Garden. 

In a very short time now the old Madison Square Garden with its host of 
memories will be a thing of the past. On Thursday the Madison Siiuare 
Garden Company held its first annual meeting of stockholders at No. 10 
Wall street, and elected the following directors : James T. Woodward 
Hiram Hitchcock, Francis Pares Osborn, W. C. Gulliver, C. C. Baldwin, 
T. W. Pearsall, D. O. Mills, Adrian IseUn, Jr., Joseph Angostini, H. I. 
Nicholas and William P. Wharton. 

Authority was given to the new directors to tear down the existing struct- 
ure and make contracts for the new building, which is to be one of the 
largest places of amusement in the country. Six architects have been 
retained to submit anonymously plans for the new edifice, and a selection 
will be made probably early in August. It has been decided to expend 
$], 000,000 on the new " garden," which will be arranged somewhat on the 
following plan : 

The basement will contain baths, aquarium, bowling alleys, shooting 
galleries and accommodations for a menagerie of 450 beasts. The ground 
floor will be an amphitheatre, extending over the entire block, with per- 
manent seats for six to eight thousand people. Arrangements will be made 
so that at times 15,000 persons can be seated If necessary. This Is in view 
of the building being used for political conventions or huge evangelical 
meetings. 

Fronting the streets around the "garden" will be stores. The second 
floor will contain a theatre with seats for 2,000, a number of studios, a ball 
room (123x96), supper and dressing rooms, and a concert room. The roof 
of the building will be a summer and winter garden. The new company 
intend to rent the different parts of the building and will not manage 
themselves any of the amusements. 



. That New West Side Road. 

New York, June 80, 1887. 
Editor Record and Guide : 

Dear Sir— Will you kindly shed some light on the status and proposed 
methods of operations of the Now York, Connecticut and Eastern Rail- 
road Company, having an office at 116 Broadway, and who through its 
president, Wm. P. Black, has announced to owners and tenants its inten- 
tion, like a second Little Jack Horner, to put in its thumb and pull out a 
plum from the west side pie. By so doing you will oblige several prop- 
erty owners who have applied to me for information, and a great many 
others. I am, very truly, P. S. T. 

ANSWER. 

Preparatory to answering the foregoing communication we paid a' visit 
to the offices of the company at No. 146 Broadway. They are on the fifth 
floor, and consist of a large well-carpeted room, adorned with buffalo 
heads, tabulated maps of railroad shipments, etc., but there is little indi- 
cation there that the company has yet passed out of the embryonic condi- 
tion. A large map shows the line of the proposed railroad in New York 
city. The terminus, it appears, is to be at the circle at 59th street, and the 
plan, if carried out, will entail the purchase of considerable property at 
that point. From the circle the line is to cut across streets diagonally to 
62d street, between the Boulevard and 10th avenue, whence it will prcceod 
in a straijihti UaetollOth sfjoet, thence uq4er the Orphan As^luuibya 



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tunnel to take again a more or less straight line to the west of Morning- 
side Parli to the Harlem River. Prom 031 street th") line will run about 
140 feet west of 10th avenue ami will ba built on stone bridges, somewhat 
similar, we suppose, to the elevated structure me J by railroads running out 
of London to the south. Wherever the road crosses streets or avenues, 
iron bridges will be built. 8o much the map shows. But to obtain any 
further information at No. 14') Broadway was not easy. The company U 
represented there by Mr. W. O'Reilly, who said that the managing director, 
D. C. Linsley, was in Boston. 

In answer to questions he stated that the company was organized under 
the laws of New York, Connecticut and Massachusetts, but he had no idea 
of what its capital amounted to. None of the stock had yet been offered to 
the public. He was not able to give the names of the offl'^ers or directors 
of the company, but he did know that Governor J. R. Bodwell, of Maine, 
is the president, and J. Gregory Smith, of the Vermont Central Railroad, 
the vice-president. He thought the company was quite anxious to take 
the public into its confidence and act in a brotherly sort of way with prop- 
erty owners along its proposed route. He had a scrap-book of ne wspn per 
clippings which was the most complete source of information in the office. 
According to a scrap from the Boston Post Governor Bodwell said the com- 
pany had spent already $300,000 on the line. 

This euterprize will bear watching. 



Personal. 

L. J. Phillips is stopping at Long Branch, coming to town occasionally, 

A. Brussel is stopping at the Clarendon Hotel, Saratoga Springs, N. Y, 

Bernard Smyth will take his vacation next month, and will probably go 
to Saratoga. 

James E. Leviness is too busy to take a long vacation. He will go oflf 
for a few days at a time to near by pleasure resorts. 

James L. Wells will spend his vacation in the 33d and 24 th Wards, 
admiring the beauties of the Bronx. 

Jacob Korn is staying at New Dorp, S. I. 

E. B. Baker will spend the summer at Chatcangay Lake, in the Adiron- 

dacks. 
Henry Brash is summering at the Guigon House, Pine Hill, Ulster Co., 

N. Y. 

G. A. Kissam is spending his vacation at Newport, Vermont. 

Jacob Weiss is stopping at the Florence House, Bath Beach, L I. 

Thomas P. Poe will spend his vacation in the Adirondack Mountains. 
He will leave town about the middle of July and return early in August. 

Sellg Steinhardt has left the city for the Pabyan House, White Moun- 
tains, N. H. 

A. B. Johnson is at Newburyport, Mass. 

Henry A. Hurlbut, as usual, goes to the United States Hotel, Saratoga 
Springs, N. Y. 

George Westervelt, a newly-elected member of the Real Estate Exchange, 
started on Thursday for Fort Benton, Montana, where he has a ranch and 
large landed interests. 

W. H. Folsom, the junior member of the firm Folsom Bros., will pass the 
summer at New Hamburg-on-the-Hudson, coming to the city daily. 

T. W. Folsom is making a trip abroad, i c, in New Jersey. 

Mr. Renwick, of Renwick, Aspinwall & Russell, is out of town. 

Charles C. Haight is in Boston on business. 

Edward Oppenheimer is summering at Richfield Springs, N. Y. He is 
one of the largest building loan operators in New York. 

Samuel McMillan is stopping at the Orange Mountains, coming to town 
daily to superintend the buildiiis: of a large factory for the Messrs. Dietz. 

Wm. M. Ryan has taken a cottage at Montclair, N. J., for the summer. 
He will come to the city daily. 

Philip A. Smyth will not go away for an extended vacation, but will 
spend a few days each week on short excursions. 

A. W. McLaughlin is going to Greenwich, Conu., for three weeks, and 
later to Canada for a couple of weeks. 

E. J. Sause is stopping at Bayshore, L. I., coming to the city nearly every 

day. 

B. Richards. Jr., is living at New Brighton, 8. I. 

W. C. Lester, F. R. Houghton and Frederick Zittel are staying at the 
Atlantic Highlands. 

Builder A. D. Duff will not take a vacation this summer. He is putting 
up several flats on the northwest corner of 7th avenue and 13.'d street. 

Mayer Kahn and I. S. Korn are located at Bath, L I. Both gentlemen 
come to town daily. 

Albert Bellamy is spending the present month at Greens Farms, Conn. 
Mr. Bellamy will stop at Cooperstown, N. Y., during August. 

George S. Lespinasse is living at Demarest, N. J., and comes to the city 

daily. 

Albert Friedman is staying at Hollywood, ijong Branch, N. J. Next 
month he will go to Saratoga. 

George R. Read will not take a vaca'iou this year, his many interests 
keepipg him in town. Mr. Read, by the way, has not taken a vacation in 

three years. 

• 

A Decision Concerning Bay Windows. 

A case of great interest to architects, builders and others was recently 
decided by Judge La\vrence in the Supreme Court Chambers. Charles 
Graham & Sons, the w llknown builders, filed plans in the Building De- 
partment for a number of houses to be erected on the northwest corner of 79th 
street and Madison avenue. The corner house was to have a bay window 
projecting two-and a-half feet, and the plans were approved by the Super- 
intendent of Buildings. W hen work was commenced, George Parsons, who 
resides on the northeast corner opposite, objected to the bay window, alleg- 
ing that it obstructed the view of the park from his oriel window and was 
an illegal projection beyond the walls of the building. He applied for an 
iojuncWon to prevent its erection, despite the fact that Charles Graham & 
fions' plana bad the approval o( the Departmeat of Bujldingb. Ex firovernor 



Chamberlain appeared for the plaintiff and Samuel Greenbaum for the de 
fendants. Judge Lawrence dismissed the motion, thus practically holding 
that the Superintendent of Buildings acts within his authority in permitting 
such projections from buildings as to not materially interfere with publio 

convenience. 

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Important to Property-Holders. 

BOARD OF ASSESSORS. 

No. IIK City Hali,, ) 
New York, July 1, 1887. ) 
Notice is given to the owner or owners of all houses and lots affected 
thereby, that the following assessments have been completed and are lodged 
in the office of the Board of Assessors for examination by all parties 
interested, who must present their objections in writing, if opposed to the 
same, within thirty days from date of notice: 

SKWEES. 
No. 1.— 10th av, e s, bet IfiM and ITOlh .sts. 

lOlh av, w s, bet Kingsbridge road and 173d st. 
[The limits embraced by said assessments include all the houses and lots 
of ground situated as follows : 

No. 1.— 16M st, 173d st, Edgecombe road, lOth av, Kingsbridge road and 
Audubon av — blocks — bounded by ] 
The above described list will be transmitted, as provided by law, to the 
Board of Revision and Correction of Assessments for confirmation on the 

3a day of Augu t 1887. 

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Wants and OfTers at the Exchange. 

(For the week ending Friday, July Sth.) 
The items under the head of "wanted" are condensed statements showing 
what sort of property the broker, whose "number" precedes the item, 
wishes to secure for clients. The items under " offered " give the location, 
size, cost, and a brief description of the property offered for sale by the 
broker whose "number" precedes the item. 
NO. WANTED. PRICE 

121 Any good locality, down town preferred. Store, suitable for 

liquor store. Price around $3,000 

122 West side, below 10(j;h street. Flat, about $30,000, for 2 lots 

on 103d street, between 9th and 10th avenues. Price 17,000 

OFFERED. 

123 3Cth street, between Sth and 9th avenues. Five-story brovra 

stone apartment house, 25x86x100. Rents for $4,030 actuaL 

Mort. $30,1 OJ 35,000 

122 14l5t street, between 7th and Sth avenues. Four lots, with or 

without loan. No rock. Each 7,000 

122 Brooklyn, N. Y. Jefferson av, between Throop and Sumner 
avenues. Three story brown stone, 17,6x.54xl00; 13 rooms 
and bath. Exchange for farm. Mort. $4,500 each. Each. 9,C0j 

318 East 11th street. No. 214, south side, between 2d and Sd 
avenues. Three-story and basement brick dwelling, 18x60 
x95 3. Rented for $1,. 500 per year 17,000 

318 East 11th street. No. 330, south side, between 2d and 3d 
avenues. Three-story and basement brick dwelling, 16.8x 

52x=9.7. Rented for $1,300 per year 16,000 

1040 Brooklyn, N. Y. Sackett st, near Clinton. Kquity of $11,500 
in three four-story and cellar brick double cold water flat in 
above street, is offered for a piece of tenement and store 

property in this city. Might add some cash 

WITHDRAWN. 

117 West End avenue, Boulevard and 83d street 

250 Lots northeast corner 73d street and 1st avenue, having been 
sold 



Real Estate Deparlment. 

There was very little business transacted at the Exchange during the 
week, except on Thursday, when the Haggerty estate sale was held and 
seventy-eight lots disposed of at good prices. In the way of private sales 
brokers report very few transactions, although quite a number of important 
deals are said to be under way. One of the greatest obstacles to making 
sales is the absence from town of prominent owners, and many trips are 
made by brokers to close sales which have been pending tor some time. 

The Exchange was closed on Monday, July 4th. 

There were only two sales announced for Tuesday and they were post- 
poned for one week. 

On Wednesday several sales were held. The attendance was small and 
the bidding slow. The fi ve-story brick factory and store No. 11 Thomas 
street, northeast corner of Trinity place, was sold by order of court in 
partition for $S5,000. The purchaser, John H. Sawyer, was the defendant 
in the suit for partition which was brought by his brothei', Wra. M. Saw- 
yer. The three-story dwelling No. 54 West 10th street was sold for $14,150 
to John Callahan. Three lots on 144th street and New avenue were also 
sold, the corner lot for $5,000, and two inside street lots for $3,500 each. 
The same lots were knocked down at a sale held on March 10 for $5,950 for 
the corner lot, and $1,0:0 and $3,700 for the others, or a total of $1,650 
more than was realized on Wednesday. The sale of property at Brielle, 
N. J., was a failure. 

Thursday was an extremely busy day at the Exchange for at least one 
auctioneer, and when Mr. Harnett ascended his stand to commence the sale 
of seventy eight lots on Kingsbridge road, Audubon, Uth and Wadsworth 
avenues, he was confronted by a very large crowd of buyers. The lots 
f jrmed part of the estate of the late John Haggerty, and were offered on 
very liberal terras with guaranteed titles. The bidding was quite lively 
throughout, and a total of $116.4)5 was obtained from about thirty buyers for 
seventy eight lots, an average of nearly $1,50J per lot. The general impre-. 
sion is that the sale was a great success, the prices being very good for the 
season, and considering that the streets and some of the avenues running 
through the lots are not opened. 

Richard V. Harnett will sell on Thursday, July 14th, the four-Btory, 
high stoop dwelling No. 2006 5th avenue, near 134th street. 

The three houses belonging to the Knubel estate, which were secured last 
week by C. H. and H. C. Knubel and I. L. Egbert, were bought for their 
own account and not bid in for th-i estate as repprtecj. Titig tO tb^ 8.^ 
parcels will tberofore pasa from the estatfl, 



July 9, 1887 



The Record and Guide. 



925 



OONyKTANOES. 

1886. 
July 1 to 8 loo. 

Number 38i 

Amouat involved $6,5"0,8i0 

Number nominal 65 

Number a3d and 34th Wards 65 

Amount involved J170,773 

Number nominal 6 

HOBTOAaBS. 

Number 380 

Amount Involved $4,177,728 

Numbe- at 5 oer cent 2^ 

Amount involved $1,754,296 

Number at less than 5 per cent 44 

Amount involved $630,7iO 

Number to Banks, Trust and Ins. Cos 59 

Amount Involved J847,760 

PROJKOTBD BUILDINOS. 

1S86. 
July 3 to 9. 

Number of buildings 76 

Estimated cost 81,018,925 



1887. 
July 1 to 7 Inc. 

.378 

87,483,3-')5 

4» 

7.S 

8304,248 



358 
J3,794,95i 

ai'4 

81,868,387 
44 

$845,01111 
63 

8780, 16U 



1887. 
July 2 to 8. 
72 
81,243,400 



GossiD of the Weett. 

John K. Foley has sold to Oppenheimer & Metzger the factory property 
So3. 55 and 57 Goerck street, 50x100, for 117,000; for Mr. Hoeter a plot 
140x100, on the northwest corner of 118th street and 4th avenue, for $.50,000; 
for Oppen heimer & Metzger, the four-story, high stoop, brown stone dwell- 
ing No. 147 West 70th street, 19x55x100, for $30,000, and for C. R. Kehoe 
the five-story brown stone double flat. No. 238 West 134th street for 
$400.0. 

The Market National Bank has purchased from George R. Fearing, pre- 
mises No. 81 Fulton street, running through to Ann street, with the entire 
Gold street front, between Ann and Fulton streets, for $160,000. 

L. G. McMuUen has traded the four-story brown stone dwelling on the 
southeast comer of 5th avenue and 39th street, 24 9x100, and the three-story 
brick stable No. 3 East 39th street, 24 9x100, to William I. Preston for 
several lots on West 48th and 49th streets, with malt house, stables, etc. 

Plcken & Lilly have sold for Ernst Meyer the three-story frame dwell- 
ing No. 121 East 82d street for $11,500 ; for A. 8. Shaw the plot of ground, 
45x100, with frame building. No. 235 East 137th street, to Margaret Kelly 
for $11,350 ; for John and Louis Brandt the four-story brick building on 
the east side of Avenue B, near 81th street, for $16,500 to William Muller^ 
and for Frank A. Seitz the five-story brick tenement with stores on the 
southwest corner oC Ist avenue ai«i 8id street, and a similar house adjoin- 
ing on the avenue, both in course of erection, to Frederick Becker for 
$63,000. 

Mary J. Coar has sold the three-story brown stone dwelling No. 117 West 
83d street, 16 4x.53£l03.2, for $19,000 to E. H. Knight. This is the tenth 
house sold of seventeen built by John Coar during the past six months. 

Louis Yenne has sold for R. Schloestein the four-story stone front tene- 
ment No. 3)3 East 74th street, 33xl0,>.2, for $16,000 to Franz Arnold. 

J. W. Kelly has sold for Mrs. J. A. Smith the five-story stone front 
double tenement No. 423 West 27th street for $30,500. 

Terence Farley's Sons have sold the four-story brown stone dwelling No. 
103 West 76th street, 18x.55, with extension lot 103 3, for $30,000. 

The Lennox Hill Bank has been incorporated, and vtill open for business 
next month at the southwest corner of 3d avenue and 72d street. 

The assessment rolls for 18S7 have been completed and delivered to the 
Board of Aldermen. They will remain open for public inspection at the 
office of the Clerk of the Board of Aldermen until July 20th. 

Owners of lands within the limits of Bronx Park are requested to 
present their proofs of title and values to the Commissioners of Appraisal 
at room 17, 45 William street, on Tuesday, July 13th, at 2 o'clock. 

Folsom Brothers have sold for Myer Finn to Peter Ott the four-story 
brick tenement No. 314 East lOSth street for $l3,n00. 

The Sate Guard Real Estate Association has been incorporated with a 
capital of $35,000, divided into 350 shares of $100 each. The incorporators 
are Simon Danzig, Emil Wolfe, Isaac D. Einstein, Edward Ehrlich and 
Leopold Wallach. 

J. E. Stevens & Co. have sold two lots on the south side of 93d street, 
100 feet eas t of 9th avenue, to G. R. Tremper, at an advance on the 
price paid. 

A. W. McLaughlin & Co. have sold for Prank Haines the four-story 
brown stone dwelling No. 319 East 17th street, 26x106, opposite Stuyvesant 
square, for $28,000 to 3. Weinhandler. 

Brooklyn. 

The Aldermen have authoriz3d the purchase of the old Atlantic Bank 
building in Faltoa street, opposite Hicks, for a police station for the Second 
precinct, at a cost of $iO,iiOJ; also the purchase of a site for anew engine 
house in the 3d Ward for $15,000; of a lite for the Eleventh precinct 
station house at Hamilton avenue and Richard street for $11,000; and (or 
the Twelfth precinct station house at Atlantic and Schenectady avenues for 
$8,500. 

J. P. Sloane has sold for Mrs. E. Morrell the three-story frame house, 
with lot, 25x100, No. 318 Freeman street, for $3,3(0 to John McDonnell, 

Charles Loeffler has sold the two-story frame dwelling with lot, 35x100, 
No. 35 Troutman street, to Jacob Gleeiing for $3,0M. 

CONVEY AKOKS. 

1888. 1887. 

July 2 to 8 inc. June 30 to Jul/ 6 inc. 

278 4"5 

81,281,062 81,796,650 

33 61 



Numbar 

Amount Involved. 
Number nominal. 



HORTOAOES. 



Number 

Amount Involved 

Number at 5 jt or less. . 
Amount involved 



Number of buUdlDKS. 
Estimated cost 



8763,.".46 

147 

8481,0.iS 



PBOJEOTSD BinLDINae. 

1886. 
July 8 to t 

24 

, 8201,675 



317 
8924.0^9 

r.s 

8719,6*J 



1887. 
July a to 8. 
93 
$426,035 



KINGS COUNTY CONVBYANCES. 



-1886- 



Number. 

January 1,123 

February 9i3 

March 1.27J 

April 1,750 

May 1,241 

June 893 

Total 7,191 



Am't 
involved. 

84.876 701 
4,259.910 
5,458 948 
9, '8. '.943 
6,895,732 
3,872.174 



Nom. 
272 

184 
280 
279 
219 
176 



$33,54!i,438 1.410 

HORTOAOES, 



Number, 

971 

868 
1.341 
1.732 
1,488 
1.269 

7,669 



-1887 

Am't 
involved. 
84,20S918 
4,S3-3,175 
6.478.08* 
8,326,450 
7,798.5S3 
5,7-J9,433 



Nom. 
210 
154 
267 

3118 

270 



$37,079,631 1,467 



Jan., 
Feb,. 
Mar.. 
April 
May 



Am't 
involved. 

83.1'0.112 
2,2,'i3 947 
2 964,534 
4,064,330 
4 374.189 



No. 
814 
6-36 
792 
1,169 

1,(M'8 



-1881 

No at 5 

per cent. 

or less, 

343 

279 

431 

626 

616 



-1887- 



Am't 
involved. 
$1,767,475 
l,3.')ii 906 
1,7-2,973 
3,695,745 
a,638..^85 



June. 797 8.20u,8 



No. 

8-i8 

656 

l.COi 

1,151 

1,123 



No. at 6 
Am't per cent, 
involved, or less. 



1,866.098 I.IUO 



$3,242 024 
2,733,761 
.3,6 1,160 
4.217.718 
4,728.995 
5,483,940 



4tl 
329 
544 

671 
627 
627 



Am't 
involved. 

$I.809,1C9 
1,516 075 
2.255.788 
2.982.351 
3 3 7,'i28 
3,469,529 



Total. 6,301 $19,967,981 2,675 $12,101,777 S.SIO $24,072,593 3,239 $15,350,4i!4 



Out Among the Builders. 

Robert Mook is preparing plans for sales stables to be erected at No. 146 
East 24th street. They will be three stories, of brick, 36x96.9, will have 
accommodation for sixty-live horses, and wiU cost about $10,000. E. 
AUmayer is the owner. 

Edward E. Raht has made plans for interior alterations at No. 548 
Broadway, to cost about $5,(00. / 

John P. Thornton & Bro. will erect at once four flvestory brick and / 
stone flats and stores on the northeast corner of loth avenue and 80th 
street. There will be accommodations for two families on each floor, 
They will also build one flve-story single flat adj lining on 80th street. Th; 
total cost will be about $10 >,000. Architect, F. T. Camp. / 

A. B. Ogden & Son hive plans on the board for a flve-story brick apa^ 
ment building, 40x75, to be erected by Andrew Kelly at Nos. 183 and ) 
Molt street. It will cost $35,000. 

The same firm have plans for an extension, 33x30, and interior aiU 
tions to be made to the dwelling at the northwest corner of 5th avenue 
45th street. 

D. & J. Jardiae have made plans for exterior alterations for the resi- 
dence No. 30 West 51st street. 

George H. Quick will erect flats on the unoccupied portion of the two lots 
on the south side of 83d street, west of Second avenue, recently purchased 
by him from the Bradley & Currier Co. 

The Cooperative Building Plan Association have made plans for a $3,000 
frame dwelling, to be erected for F. G. Pierra, of 81 New street. 

Brooklyn. 

Th. Engelbardt is preparing plans for a three-story frame store and tene- 
ment, 25x55, to be erected on the northwest corner of Ewen and Boerum 
streets, for William Ernst, Jr., to cost $6,0t0 ; a two-story brick dwelling, 
35x48, on the south side of Monroe street, 33.5 east of Marcy avenue, for Dr. 
George Nichols, to cost $6,000, and a four-story brick extension, 29 9x73.9, 
to northeast corner of Broadway and Flushing avenue, for Henry Batter, 
man, to cost $13,000. 

Benj. Finkensieper has plans for a three story frame dwelling, 30x35 
with store, to be built on Franklin avenue near Flushing avenue, for John 
Flynn, to cost $3,5(i0. 

Schrempf & Loeffler has plans in hand for a three-story frame tenement, 
25x53, to be erected on the north side of Troutman street, 335 west of Cen . 
tral avenue, for Th-rese Lutz, to cost $4,3. 0. 

Leopold Michael and Henry Roth, who have just taken title to the block 
on Broadway, Van Buren street. Green and Patchen avenues, will immedi - 
ately improve it by the erection of four-story brick flats. 

M. J. Morrill is the architect for two flve-story brick, stone and terra 
cotta apartment houses, 35x83.6, each to be put up at Nos. 83i and 334 Pearl 
street, near Myrtle avenue, for Mrs. Palmedo. 

Out of Town. 

Bayonne, IV. J.— W. A.'Feun, of J. H. Bunnell & Co., is building a house 
here from plans by E. W. Granert, of New "S oik city. There is great 
activity in building here. 

Elizabeth, N. J,— The Co-operative Building Plan Association have 
made plans for a $5,000 frame residence to be built here by B. M. Ogden. 

Oceanns, L. I — Charles Crabbe is to build a frame cottage here, costing 
$3,0C0. The Co-operative Building Plan Association will furnish the plans. 

Ocean Grove, N. J.— Eugene R. Smith, of 1,805 Broadway, New York 
city, intends building a summer residence here, costing about $5,000. The 
plans will be by the Co-operative Building Plan Association. 
• — 

Contractors' Notes. 

Estimates for granite work and masonry on the boat-landing wall and 
about the approach to pier "A," North River, will be received at the De- 
partment of Docks, at pier " A," Battery place. North River, in the city of 
New York, until 13 o'clock M. of Thursday, July 31st. 

9 

Special Notice. 

Among the numerous artiflcial stones now on the market few have 
received bo general a commendation as the Flintolithic stone manufactured 
by the Meyer's FUnt Stone Company, of No. 104 West 43d street. The 
preparation of this company has been laid with marked success at the 
following buildings, among miny others in this city: The Metropolitan 
Opera House, The Lennox, Bloomingdale Brother's Building, the Presby. 
terian Hospital and the Custom House building. We understand that 
other firms claim to have laid the pavement in the Metropolitan Opera 
House, but that was the work of the Meyer's Stone Company. For side, 
walks, and the floors of cellars, malthouses. breweries and factories, no 
better flooring than one of " Flintolithic " stone can be laid. 



926 



The Record and Guide. 



July 9, 1897 



BUILDING MATERIAL MARKET. 

BRICKS.— It has not beeu much of a week fur busi- 
ness, and there is really litUe of interest to report so 
far as changes in vahies are eoncerued, iudeed on 
the general range just about former figures remain 
current. Arrivals were moderate from most quarters, 
seme points along the Hudson sending in scarcely any 
stock, and sa'es could inconsequence be made so close 
as to prevent any seriou'^ accumula ion. yet at the 
some time there was supply tnoneh. as ihe demand 
did not run remarkably.full and buyers' wants could 
be met without dimculiy. The heac to some extent 
interfered wiih consumption, and latterly a strike 
among tbe brick cartmen has tended to reduce the 
number of purchases. The full extent and probable 
duration of ihe strike could not be determined up to 
the time of writing thi^ report, but its possibdities are 
extensive enough to induce great caution among deal- 
ers about committing themselves to p-irchases they 
may not be able to handle. Aside from this local 
trouble, however, the market seems to be in excellent 
form as regards the promises for consumjition, with 
no evidence that production will either be overdone or 
lurced into the market in a careless manner, calcu- 
lated to cause depression so far as the majority of 
manufacturers are concerned. It is intimated, how- 
ever, that in a few cases where the early season trade 
was losr. there is for a lime likely tobti anxiety to real- 
ize, and this may lead to some cutting on regular rates. 
A few shipping orders are now and then secured, but 
do not add much to the outlet oralTord suffiuient mar- 
gin to make operators purticularly anxious about in- 
creasing business in that line. Fronts of a)l kinds are 
Scarce and firmly held. 

LABOR.— Trouble has arisen upon the labor ques- 
tion which may become serious to the general trade 
in building material in this city. According to reports 
already made it is stated that from " twelve to fifteen 
firms constitute the entire trade in this city; but some 
of them maintain, individually, as many as eight sep- 
arate yards, so that by a small list of firms a large 
number of yards and many en. ployees are represent- 
ed. The bulk of the material in which the tradedeals 
is carted from the yards to the buildings in the con- 
struction of which it is to be used by the trucks of the 
firms interested in tbe delivery, but what is not taken 
in tins way is left over to the share of outside carters 
who own their IruL-kivg outfits and have heretofore 
carried Itricks at so much per M, which enabled them 
to earn, in a ten-hour day, with a single truck $4, and 
with a team $7. The majority of these outside carters 
belong to a labor union, which body has recently 
decided that hereafter the dealers in building materi- 
als must pay cartage rates at a certain figure per 
day, irrespective of how many bricks may be carried, 
and unless the demand to this effect was recognized 
and agreed to by the trade a strike should be ordered 
at once. The demand was not agreed to and the 
'strike' was declared last Wednesday afternoon, 
although not put into operation until Thursday. The 
action of the Union Carters was immediately followed 
by the refusal of the 'Longshoremen's Union to per- 
mit the handlers to unload carts or move materials 
until the carters' demand was agreed to. In accord- 
ance with plans the drivers of carts owned by the deal- 
ers were 'called out' by their 'Union' and tne full 
machinery of the strike thus put in trim for concerted 
action." 

A meeting of the members of the building materials 
trade w^as held at the Exchange to determine upon a 
definite line of action in meeting the emergency and 
prevent, if possible, a prostration of operations at this 
very important juucture in the progress of local activ- 
ity in building. 

LATH.— Arrivals have been somewhat irregu'ar, 
not very plenty, and most of the supply found an out- 
let promptly with former rates obtained, and it is re- 
ported that all the stock afloat from St. John for this 
port has been placed to arrive. Considering the 
season of the year receivers seem to think the market 
is making an excellent ehowing and are inclined to 
predict that except under unusual and unexpected in- 
fiuences no loss of tone can take place. Local wants 
are full and increasing, and outside business occa- 
bionally runs nicely, with recent sales made for direct 
shipment to Washington. Quotations may b^ ranged 
at $i.l^®*-i.25 per M, according to quality and condi- 
tion. Northern lath continues to find a market to 
some extent and s-U at market rates. In this con- 
nection it may be Interesting to know that an Ottawa 
firm is reported to be making up some sort of a 
scheme on lath. Its purchases are gaid to already 
amount to 85,000.000, with an expressed intention of 
making the total at least 100,COO,uOO, and securing a!l 
upper Canada to gat the stock. The movement, it is 
said, has no reference to our market at all, but is 
intended as a sort of corner. A earner on lath at this 
gjason would certainly be a novelty. 

LIME —At the Eastward manufacturers still appear 
to Bgree to disagree, and no combination for the 
season up to latest advices had been perfected. This 
state of affairs has a tendency to somewhat neutralize 
the promising conditions before noticeable, as opera- 
tors hesitate to move with freedom or commit them- 
selves beyond actual ntcessity. Still most of the 
recent arrivals have been placed without much difK- 
culty, and on regular Rockland about former rates 
obtained, with other makes .selling at about the 
u.iual diUereuce. 

LUMBER.— The holiday influence has been felt to a 
great extent all the week, and the market developed 
no more than a fair amount of animation, with a con- 
siderable portion of the delivery simply of stock going 
out on previous contract. Nothing particularly new 
is suggested by dealers in tbe general situation except 
that some rather calculate upon a light sort of trade 
for a while, as the first wants of consumers are now 
about filled. In the meantime it is intimated that a 
great many will retire to the inner recess of their 
otttcea, pull down the blinds and gravely and carefully 
figure out the dividing line between a wholesaler and 
retailer and report thereon to the Lumber Trade Asso- 
ciation at the earliest possible convenience, giving 
maps and diagrams, with tables of distances, etc. Oa 
flrsl hanti otTorings there is little or no change so far 
as cost is concerned; but, with one or two exceptions, 
the supply appears to ba quite enough for present 
wants, white pine in particular, running plenty and 
no recent sales taking place. 

Kastern Spruce is gainmg no buoyancy and if, as 
some receivers claim, a great deal more slock could 



be placed without reducing cost, the market is simply 
in a vf ry unilorra condilion Tbe chances are, how- 
ever, that buyers could manage to obtain sme favors 
on anything fauUy as the more urgent wants are now 
about sal islied and it is an easy matter to stand off. 
Of full sizes and lengths, however, there is little 
doubt of a prompt sale and at good jsrice for even 
should consumption entirely cease it would re- 
quire a large amount of stock to bring the yard 
accumulations back to normal proportions. The man- 
ufacturers are somewhat more cautious over specials 
and booking a large numb-r for late summer and 
early fall delivery. We qttote at SIT.03®18 50 per M as 
representing about as high as can be depended upon. 
Northern Spruce remains fi m, with a good prevail- 
ing demand, and supplies not particu'arly plenly. 
Indeed the mills are somewhat careful about taking 
orders in many instances, owing to eneagements 
ahead and considerable uncertainty about obtaining 
continuous power to keep eaws in motion. Logs are 
plenty enough but in no excess, and generally held 
for extreme rates. We quote for good stock as fol- 
lows: 2x10. 34c.; 2x9, 30c.; IJ^xlO, 2 c; IMxf*. 2]toC.; 
iHstf'M. l4U,c ; 1x10, ISc; 1x9, ITJ^c; ixC^^, J2c.; 
IxG, 101 jic • fs5, 7J^c. as run. 

Piling remains in much the former position, a fair 
general demand prevailing, and the arrivals finding a 
waiting custom about as fast as they come in, with 
sellers reporting no diltlculty in obtaining former 
rates. We quote cargoes at 4|oc. per lineal foot for 
oue-hair of cargo 12-inch butt or larger and 4j-4(Q>'l','aC. 
for f mailer sizes. 

Hemlock continues in good demand, with possibly 
a Utile more State stock available, but all wanted, and 
barely a first-class Pennsylvania mill that can offer 
anything except for quite distant delivery. Pi ices 
are well sustained ali around, and sellers naturally in- 
different about hastening business, and a market 
where stock so readily finds an outlet. We 
quote: Joist at $12.00 per M; Boards at $12.50 do.; 
Timber $12..^0 for 21-foot and under, $14 for 26 to 
32-foot, and $1G for 31 to 40-foot. 

North Carolina Pine still finds more or less sale to 
buyers, who for various reasons are handling it. 
Some take it on a matter of cost, others as a measure 
of necessity, both influences growing out of the 
scarcity of spruce, and occasionally it is said to be 
handled as a matter of choice in comparison wi'h 
competing woods. Most of the praises, however, 
come from ihe selling side where belief In the popu- 
larity of the stock is. reported. We quote at about 
Sl5.O-'({i.l6.t0 per M. Dressed stock continues 
m pretty good demand, and, as common flooring. 
Is a decided competitor with other stock. Some offer- 
ings in the form of moulding have secured very good 
sale also and manufacturers hope to improve ou the 
quality sufficently to make it still more popular. 
Current quotations are for sidings, $10 0f(5i20 00 for 
inch and $20 0C^i2I.00 for lU inch; for stocks $-il 00@ 
22 00 fur iuch and f2i 00(22y.OO for IJ.^ inch— 12. 14 and 
16 feet— all kiln-dried No. 1 quality, with No. 2 worth 
about $4.00 per M less. 

White Pine continues to sell very slowly, and has an 
uncertain sort of market. It is claimed In some quar- 
ters that dry uppers can no longer be bought, unless 
full bids are made, but against this some of our deal- 
ers report recent offeritgs from interior points upon 
quite SLi easy a basis as at any time this season. For 
box, however, there is demand enough to take all that 
can be offered and at full rates, as the chances are 
against getting forward anything of a surplus supply. 
Offerings from the interior are, as a rule, more care- 
ful, though now and then sellers seem a little urgent 
to place contracts for later delivery. We quote $i7 50 
@19 for West India shipping boards; $20((ii29 for 
South America do.; $14.00(^16.50 for box boards and 
$17.00(^18.00 for extra do. 

Yellow Pine show little or nochange of a noteworthy 
character. Supplies in yard are fairly plenty owing 
to recent full arrivals, and dealers do not in conse- 
quence show much anxiety to negotiate. They are, 
however, willing to recognize small favors, and 
sellers frequently make fractional allowances with- 
out actually reducing the general range of valuation. 
Specials also afford basis for fair business, with some 
f. o. b. trade, though the latter is irregular and not 
quite so ealisfactory as a short time ago, owing to 
closer drawn orders and expensive freight charges. 
We quote Randoms, $19.50®2I.00 per M; Specials, 
$J0.50@22.00 do. ; Green Flooring Boards, $21@22 
do.; Dry do. do., $23.00® 25. 00 do.; Sidings, $15.00® 
20.00 do.; Cargoes, f. o. b. at Atlantic ports. llS.OO® 
15.00 for rough and $18.00@20.00 for dressed; Cargoes, 
f o, b. at Gulf ports. $1I.50®13.00 for rough and 
.$19,00(^31.00 for dreeeed. 

Hardwoods are certainly not active, and even the 
sanguine dealers^and receivers, who are always will- 
ing to stretch a figure of speech to its fullest tension 
in describing the condition of trade, are apparently 
disposed to ease off a trifle, temporarily at least. 
There seems to bo no special trouble except that all 
banns have plenty of stock at the moment, and while 
leading dealers rarely refuse to negotiate on anything 
attractive and standard in quality, they naturally ex- 
pect, under present circumstances, to secure some 
favors, and are not disappointed. '" There is lots of 
poplar selling," said a receiver, " butat very irregular 
rates, and it must be remembered that this wood has 
more general use than any other." Ash, cherry, 
^■ome cypress, maple and choice quartered oak are a 
little slow, and walnut cannot be placed freely on 
either home or foreign outlets. The latter, too, as a 
rule, wants oniy lumber, though a few logs sell ou 
Continental orders. Everything going abroad must 
also be of the finest quality, the foreign buyers be- 
coming very particular in selecting. We quote at 
wholesale rates by car load as follows: Walnut, $t)0@. 
110 perM; white a.-h, $3S@43 do.; oak. $35(r&45 do.; 
quarter sawed clear, $50(2*55 do.; maple, $25®32do. ; 
chestnut, $30(2t35do.; cherry, $G7(2i90 do.; white wood, 
$^8®33 do. ; elm, $2C@23 do. ; hickory, $38(350 do. 



GENERAL LUSIBER NOTES. 
STATE. 

The Albany market is reported by the Aiyus as 
follows : 

A firm feeling prevails. In spruce and hemlock a 
good trade is in progress, and a large number of buy- 
ers was observed in the district during the latter part 
of last week. Trade so far this week has been rather 
light. Spruce is by no means accumulating, and there 
are no one-inch spruce culls on hand in this market, 
although the receipts have been fair, yet they are taken 
out as fast as received, and the cry is for more. One 
and one-quarter and two-inch spruce culls are in fair 
supply. The short supply of water in the upper Hud- 
son is still an annoying feature in the traiie. audits 
continuance will have the effect of keeping the mar- 
ket pretty stiff. Tn hemlock the princii)al feature is 
the bcarcity of good IxlO boards, but in other sizes the 



market is fairly well stocked. Both Canada and 
Michigan pine are rather quiet just at present. One 
or two h'aises in each variety report a good trad"; buf, 
taken as a whole, probably not mere than a fair trade 
has been done. Hardwoods remain quiet with a fair 
trade and stocks pretty well assorted. Lath and 
shingles continue to show a good trade and rather 
meagre supply. The lack of water north and the dif- 
ficulty of getting stocks of lumber through the lakes 
contribute to keep receipts here down to a compara- 
tively small limit, and the supply throughout the dis- 
trict is considerably short aa compared with the aver- 
age. The latest news from the Western markets is the 
so called advance in the price list of the Chicago deal- 
ers U is no matter of news to eay that the '* official" 
Chicago price lists of the past have had a sad reputa- 
tion for being unreliable and for being disi'egarded in 
a very great measure in the business of selling. The 
outcome of the new list will be watched with some in- 
terest to see if the present pretensions are to be car- 
ried out. 

THE WEST. 

The Tiitiberman, after giving details of the meeting 
of Chicago yard men, org.anized as the Wholesale 
Lumber Dealers' A'sociation. points the revision of 
price list agreed upon as follows: 

Beginning with the better grades, there was little 
attempt made to advance them; In fact, nor « of the 
items were reallv put up except B select, which was 
made %i\ for IJ.4 and IJy inch, and $3v; for 2 inch, and 
2 inch third «-lear, which was put at $4t. In 12-inch 
stocks, B was advanced $1 to $37. and D to $-^2 for 12 
to 16 feet, and $24 for 18 and 20 feet. Twelve-inch 
common was put at $16 for 12 feet, S!4.50 for 14 and 
16 feet, and $IS for lu, 18 and 20 feet, being an advance 
of about fifty cents. No. 2 boards 12 feet, were raised 
a half dollar to $14. Box boards were not changed 
particularly. exo«pt on D, which was lifted to $M. 
There was considerable discussion over strips, which 
were finally Itft about ae they have been quoted, with 
a provision that sixteen feet strips be held one dollar 
higher than ether lengths. In flooring, the practical 
changes were on C, G-inch, put at $24.50; No. 1 Nor- 
way raised to $ 16.50 ; A and B, 4-inch, $33 
and $31 respectively; Norway, clear, $-'3, B $21 
and C$6; ship lap was advanced to $15.^0 and 
$16 for b and 10-inch; the balance of the flooring 
list was left without much further change. It 
was developed that there is a good deal of 
variation in the prices made on siding, and after some 
talk it was decided to quote it $-^1.50 for clear, $20,50 
tor A, $18 for B, $13 5J for C and $i0 for D. The price 
of ceiling was made in proportion. Common and cull 
b.iards were advanced decidedly over the prices that 
have been secured heretofore. They were made $14 
for No. 1, SI2 50 for No. 2 and $10 for No. 3. Thick 
common went up to $14, also. The list on fencing was 
fixed at $15 50 for No. 1, $13 for No. 2, $10 for No. 3; - 
No. 1 Norway, $15; and 4-inch common, 12 and 14 feet 
$13, and 16 feet $14. It was recommended by the 
committee that the D flooring should be left in the 
No. 1 quality of this sort of lumber. Piece stuff was 
advanced to $12.50 for 2x4 to 2x10— 12, 14 and 16 feet. 
For 2x12 and small timber the price was put at $3 50. 
Up to 2x10 the price of 18 and 20 feet was settled at 
$15. Cull dimension was also advanced a trifle, 2-inch 
planks of promiscuous widths being made $10, and 
2x4 $11. 

The Titiiberman says of the cargo market: 
Itcan hardly be said that piece stuff has advanced, 
but it has settled firmly at $10.25 for short lengths, by 
which is meant now 16 feet and under. Cargoes 18 
feet and under, having perhaps twelve to fifteen per 
cent, of the 18 feet length, have sold at straight 
$10.50. Long stuff, all slim, brings $12 00(Sil2 50, but 
any quantity of three-inch stuff would raise the price. 
The supply has been light, and the demand is for 
more than offers. 

Some buyers have thought they could get inch lumber 
on a little more advantageous terms, but the gain, if 
there is any, is not a quotable one. The Inch lumber 
sold this week seems to have brought fully the prices 
that have ruled, and certainly no trouble has been ex- 
perienced in getting it off. Some has been lately sold 
m advance of arrival and it is hardly possible that a 
discount would be made on that, in view of the small 
supply coming in. No 2 stock Is a ready go at $13 00 
(9^13 50 for what is flat common under the most liberal 
inspection and nothing better. Asaleof aconsiderable 
quantity was made early in the week, of stock to be cut 
fromstrictly No. 2logsat$13.£0, the quality being nich 
as soldayearagoat$ll. Thtre is some No. 2stock, of 
nondescript character— what the brokers call '"moss- 
back " cargoes— that goes down to $12.50. It is a very 
coarse common, made out of logs that under ordinary 
circumstances would go into piece stuff. Sellers do not 
hesitate to say that prices are high, but they can se- 
cure them, and buyers peem to consider themselves 
fortunate if they get a chance to pay them and take 
the equivalent in boards. Parties who have been 
bringing dry boards and strips in here by rail say that 
they do not find it quite so easy to place dry stock as 
they did a few weeks ago, which is perhaps only nat- 
urally, as the dealers are drawing somewhat on their 
earlier receipts, now drying out to moderate weights. 

Reviewing the general lumber situation the North- 
icestern Lumberman says; 

There is considerable difference between the condi- 
tion of the lumber marseteast and west. This differ- 
ence was noted last week to the effect that, in respect 
to white pine, dividing the country north and south 
on a line with the Saginaw valley, the energy is most- 
ly west of that line, a comparative dullness havitg 
settled down on the east. Not that trade is excessive- 
ly slow in the Eastern States, but the urgency charac- 
teristic of the spring months has abated. 

Prices at the West are firm and advancing; but the 
Eastern dealer does not yet seem to be fully aware of 
the fact. But this should be noticed: the demand at 
the East for Western lumber is largely for the higher 
grades; good strips and fine common forming the 
bulk of the stock that goes from this market 10 the 
seaboard. These classes of lumber have not advanced 
in the West relatively with the flat common grades. 
The boom, if boom it may be called, west of Saginaw, 
is in coarse and common lumber. Good strips are 
fair projierty on account of so much being consumed 
in car building, but the upper grade of selects and the 
clears are the slowest sale of an5' lumber in the mar- 
ket. Hence we see that the white pine trade at the 
seaboard is dull, while the supply already purchaKed 
by Eastern dealers is full. At the same time Eastern 
spruce, Pennsylvania and Northern hendock are in 
active request. The brisk demand and ready sale of 
spruce and hemlock dimension and common lumber 
at the East corresponds to the like activity for white 
jtine jiiece stufi' and common inch at the West, It can 
be said that from Denver to Boston the high grad 



July d. 1J87 



The Record and Guide. 



927 



f>iDe market is compaiilively dull, while the coarse 
umber rfquireuieut ia active. 

Tliia feature of trade is cue peculiar to the first part 
of the buildine: season. Joists and scantliDg are tirst 
wanted for frames, and coarse boards and strips for 
the cheaper class of structures. Good lumber for in- 
terier work is wanted later in the season. Of course 
this statement of early season conditions does not ap- 
ply to manufacture of various kinds. But the 
amount of stoclt required by the factories would not 
make a booming market at any season of the year; it 
must be supplemented by the building requirements 
in order to si cure that result. It remains to be seen 
if later in the sea-son the demand for luKh ^rade lum- 
ber is to respond to that for the coarser, aud witli a 
corresponding advance in prices. 

The market for white jiine in this city, the centre of 
distribution iu the West, is decidely strong, and tend- 
ing to further strength. 

The Mississippi Valley Luinbemwii as follows : 
The peculiar conditions governing the markets of 
St. Paul and Minneapolis is sliowu this week in the 
table of receipts and shipments. There has been a 
large increase in the receipts of lumber both at St, 
Paul and Minneapolis, a decrease in the shipments 
from Minneapolis and an increase in the shipments 
from or rather through St. Paul. All this indicates 
that the Wisconsin lumber from the railroad mills, 
which have been in operation now for months, is 
moving freely to the westward. The shipments from 
Minneapolis are lighter simply because the dealers 
are without stock to sell and are holding what little 
they have firmly at the list price. The heavy re- 
ceipts of lumber iu this city can be trac<3d to the 
transshipment to the Minneapolis & St. Louis, which 
has recently made a joint tariff with the Wisconsin 
Central^ Local dealers are also buying in Wisconsin 
to hold their own trade and to assort their depleted 
stocks. In the shipments from St. Paul are included 
a large amount of bill stuff going forw-ard for use 
upon the various railroad extensions. The volume of 
trade for the two cities, desijite the depleted con- 
dition of stocks, more than keeps pace with the trade 
at this time a year ago. 

Id St. Paul, where dealers have uniformly sold to 
the retail trade upon the wholesale list, an informal 
meeting of dealers was held on Tuesday and agree- 
ment reached to put out a retail list. Some slight 
advance has been made in the jobbing list, which is 
practically the same now for the two cities. The St. 
Paul dealers are charging $6 extra for 16-iDch joist 
timber and dimension 24 feet and upwards, which is 
about $'i higher than the Minneapolis list. The fact 
that the St. Paul yards are widely scattered and are 
in no common locality, has made impracticable the 
imposition of extra charge for long haul, as is done in 
Minneapolis. 

The best estimates place the stock of lumber in 
Minneapolis at the present time at not to exceed more 
than 60,0OO,(X'O feet, and this is scattered among more 
than twenty yards. The ragged look of these yards can 
be better imagined than described. This is consider- 
ably less lumber than is held at Winona, 

The delay in getting logs to the mills, which still 
continues, has added to the strength of the market 
and an advance of a dollar a thousand on or about 
the 1st of August is already being discussed and 
seems to be warranted by the situation. 

ENGLAND. 

The London Timber Tiadea Journal as follows; 

American Black Walnut— In this there is no change 
to advise; sales have been fairly good, though not to 
say brisk; prices remain unaltered. 

American Whitewood— Although no important busi- 
ness is spoken of, we believe a good steady trade has 
been doing. 

Glasgow. 

Arrivals of wood goods at Clyde ports during the 
past week have been unimportant, consisting wholly 
of small sundry parcels per steamships. It is over a 
month ago since the last arrival of walnut logs and 
stock at present is light. 

A cargo of Nova Scotia spruce deals and a small 
steamer cargo of Norwegian deals are expected. 
There has been some falling off of late in the con- 
sumption of pitch pine, and stocks are ample; par- 
ticulars will be made up at the end of this month. 

So far the arrivals of pitch pine at Clyde ports this 
year are represented by a carrying tonnage of 12,fti9 
tons, against 18,361 tons at this time last year. 

In the latter halt of 1886 the imports of pitch pine 
were very much restricted, only five cargoes arriving 
during these six months (4,62-2 tons). 

The stock u f birch timber is now very much less 
than it was at corresponding date last year; prices, 
however, have been low. There has been no import 
of birch here yet this year. 



NAILS.— Demand has been moderate from pretty 
much all quarters and a dull sort of market curren, 
with little that can be called really new and interest- 
ing. Supplies are probably coming somewhat more 
closely together, but the control is not yet sufficient to 
positively fix a Arm position for sellers and a some- 
what elastic range of valuation has to be adopted 
Country accumulations are said to be .small and re- 
plenishment likely to soon become necessary. W'e 
quote at $3.00(a>a.80 per keg, according to size of 
Invoice. 

PAINTS, OILS, ETC.-Only a light, unsatisfactory 
market this week, confined in the main to small or- 
ders from regular customers buying against urgent 
wants. They olitained stock required very promptly 
and at old cost, the tone, while steady enough in a 
general way, showing no inclination to stiffen. Lin- 
seed Oil retains a firm market at 4T(rc48c. for Western 
and 4<J((iM%r. for City. Spirits Turpentine meets with 
a slow indifferent sort of demand and the market 
appears to be only barely steady. Quoted S^J^feSlL/.c. 
per gallon, according to size of invoice, etc. 

TAR AND PITCH.— The general inquiry has been 
light and the position more or less stupid and nomi- 
nal, though about former rates asked. We quote 
Pitch at $l.3.5@l,50 per bbl ; Tar at $3.00(Sj-3.35, 
according to quantity, quality and delivery. 



For Tables of Building Material prices see pages 
III., viii, aud IX, 



SALES OF TOE WEEK. 

The following are the sales at the Real Estate Ex- 
change and Auction Room for the week ending 
July 8: 

• Indicates that the property described ha* been bid 
in for plaintiff's account: 

RICHARD V. HARNETT & CO. 

168th St, n s, ICO w Boulevard, 50x99.1). Charles 

B. Meyer 

187th St, s s, 100 w Audubon av, 50x100. C. E. 

Fleming 

isrth St, adj, SrixlOO. Wm. Hayes .' 

187ili st, adj, ':j.\:tO0. Richard Deeves 

isrthst, ss, 100 w 11th av, SSxIOO. Same 

JSTth St, ad.j, 56x100. Patrick H. Downey 

187th St, adj, SiixlCO. R. Deevis, 

187th St, s s, ICO w Wadsworth av, 26x160. Mrs. 

R. McKenna 

187th St, adj. 60x150. Wm. Cummings, Jr....'. 

187th St, adj. 35x150. F. MorJarty 

lS7th St, adj, 50x130. Renj. P. Fairchild 

Audubon av, s w cor 187th st, 25x100. S. Ber- 
liner 

Audubon av, adj, 25x100. J. E. Leviness .. 

Audubon av, adj, 50x100. B. P. Fairchdd 

Audubon av, adj. 50x175. Peter Volmer 

Audubon av, adj, 114x176. J. L. O'Brien 

Wadsworth av, s e cor 187th st, S5xl00. S. Ber- 
liner 

Wadsworth av, adj, 3.')xl0fl. J. flizold 

Wadsworth av, adj, .60x100. Aug Ritler 

Wadsworth av,ad.j, 60x1.50. J. J. Nealis 

Wadsworth av, adj. -.Sxllin. Mrs. James Ryan. 

Wadsworth av, adj, 50x160. J. E. Crouly 

Wadsworth av, adj, 43.7x150x41.11x150. C. T. 

Quintard 

Wadsworlli av, s w cor 187th st, 23x100. G. h! 

Hansen 

Wadsworth av, adj, SOxlCO. Mrs. R. McKenna 
Wadsworth av, adj, 76x100. Margaret McGarr. 

Wadsworth av, adj, 25x1:0. E.Lyman 

Wadsworth av, adj, 115x150. Dav'd Lynch 

Wadsworth av, adj, 50x160. J. E. Cronley 

Wadsworth av, ao j, 20.3x150x23.10x160. Mrs.R. 

McKenna 

11th av, s e cor 167th st, 2oxlC0. Richard 

Deeves 

nth av, adj, 2.6x100. Same 

nth av, adj, 50x100. Wm. Hayes 

llthav, adj, 100x175. R.Deeves 

11th av, adj, 64.11x175. J. K. Gates 

lirh av, s w cor 187th st, 25x100. R. Deeves... 

11th av, adj, 75x100. Same 

llthav. adj, 166.3x160x166.11x150. Same .. 
Kingsbridge road, s e cor 187th st, 25.2x111x25 

xlll 6. D. Werdenschlag 

Kingsbridge road, adj, i6.2xl07 7x25x111. j. 

H. Oites 

Kingsbridge road, adj, 25.2x104.8x26x167.7. B. 

P.Fairchild 

Kingsbridge road, adj, 50.4x97.3x50x104.2, two- 

s ory frame dwell'g. Same 

Kingsbridge road, adj, 25.2x93.I0i25x97!3. 

Same 

Kingsbridge road, adj, 25.2xl90.6x25xI93.IO. 

Same 

Kingsbridge road, adj, 25.2x186.1 Ix23xi9a5.' "j. 

B. Smith 

Kingsbridge road, adj, 25.2xl83.6x25xi8C 11. 3. 

E. Cronly 

Kingsbridge road, adj, 62.6x176.4x47.10x18.3 ii'. 

P. W. iraitell 

JAMES h. WELLS. 

149th 6t, s s, 425 e 8th av, 85x99.11. H. B. For- 
man 

A. H, MULLER A BON. 

10th St, No. 64, s s, 2.35.11 e 6th av, 81.f!x92.3, 
three-story brick dwell'g. John Callahan. 

144th st, n e cor New av, first west of 8th av 
33 10x99.nx— xlOO.6, vaeant. J. W. Rob- 
bins 

144th st, n 8, 57.10 e New av, 60x99.11. Same! . 

E. F. RAYMOND. 

Thames St, No. 11, n e cor Trinity pi, 49.7x60x 
25x10 inches, x25.2x60.10, five-story brick 
factory. John H. Sawyer, deft 

FAIRCHILD & DK WALLTEARS8. 

♦Water st. No. 660, n s, 300.3 w Jackson st, 25x 
87.8x25x88.11, five-story brick Hat. Marie 
Klebisch. (Amtdue$9',46a) 

JOHN F. B. SMYTH. 

lOth av or Fort George av, centre line, runs 
southeast 452 to barlem River, x northeast 
— X northwest 487 to centre of Fort George 
av, X (.outhwest 101.4. Tim Donovan. 
(Amt due $9,617) 

Total 826S,.306 

Corresponding week, 1886 $73,100 



$0,050 

8,400 
1,2.60 
3,376 
1,600 
1,325 
2,'; 10 

776 
1,050 

890 
1,800 

1,800 
1,600 
2,8.60 
3,800 
7,600 

1,775 
1,1511 
3,150 
2,700 
1 ,370 
8,600 

2,026 

1,230 
1,900 
2,700 
1,100 
975 
1,950 

875 

8,376 
1,526 
3,000 
8,000 
4.600 
3,160 
4,650 
11,400 

2,075 

1,676 

1,635 

3,600 

1,525 

1,800 

1,725 

1,6.5 

3,100 



3,250 



14,160 



5,000 
7,000 



85,000 



19,600 



11,900 



BBOOKLTN, N. T. 

TAYLOR & FOX. 

Hamburg av, n e 8, 75 s e Melrose st, 85x160. 

Geo. Smitli. (Sub. to dower) ... $825 

Bedford av, s w cor South 3d st, 47.0x78 0. J. 

J. White 12,500 

WM. COLE. 

President st. No. 191, n s, 167.6 e Henry st, 22 7 
xlOO, four-story brown stone dwell'g. Ed- 
ward K. Burke. (MorUs., int., &c. $8,377) . 8,877 

Halsey st. late Margaretia st. s « s, 180 n e 

Bushwick av, OUxlOO. F.W.Miller 1,800 

J. COLE. 

"Elizabeth st, n s. 90 e Van Brunt st, 86.6x100. 

Mary E. Hegarty 1,600 

Elizabeth st, adj, 48.6x100. Wm. Cahill, deft.. 4,700 

T. A. KERRIGAN. 

Van Dyke st, easterly cor Richards st, 40x80. 

H. Koehler. (Morts. $6,000) 17,775 

A. W. 8. PROCTOR, RKF. 

•Putnam av, n s, 95 w Sumner av, 17x100. 

(Morts. $6,2,60) 0,850 

♦Putnam av, u s, 129 w Sumner av, 17x100. 

(Morts. $5,2.50) 6,3.60 

Total $60,677 

Corresponding week, 1880 $400 



CONVEYANCES- 

Wherever the letters Q. C. and C. a. O. occur, pre- 
ceded by the name of the grantee they mean as follows; 

Ist—Q. C. is an abbreviation for Quit Claim deed, 
i.e., a deed in which all the right, title and interest of 
the grantor is conveyed, omitting all covenants or war' 
ranty. 

2d— C. a. a. means a deed containing Covenant 
agaiiist Grantor only, in which he covenants that he 
hath not done any act whereby the estate conveyed may 
be impeached, cJiaraed or encumbered. 

NEW YORK CITT. 

July 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7. 

Allen st. No. 51, w a, 2.5x.S7 6, flve-story 'brick 
store and teuem't. Oeorge Baust to Margar- 
etta F. Rosenberger, College Point, L. I. 
Mort. $in,OtO. July 5. *25.5C0 

Beach st, No. 75, n s, 62 vr Washington st, 40x 
ICO, two-story brick building covering lot. 
Partition. Charles A. Jackson to Nathaniel 
L. McCready. July 6. 25,CO0 

Birmingham st, No. 10, e s, 20x;37.6, vacant. 
John F. Deacons, admr. Margaret Fritz to 
Liwis Krulewitch. May 27. 3,0(0 

Boulevard or 11th av, w s, adj land of Institu- 
tion of the Blind, ;;()7x423x201. 7x428. Sophie 
wife of and Abram J. Dittenhoefer to Irving 
M. Dittenhoefer. Sub. to morts. Jan. 28 
1886. 45,000 

Same property. Irving M. Dittenhoefer to 
Emanuel Edgerton. fcub. to morts. July 4. 

48,000 

Bowery, Nos. 113 and 11,3'^, e s, 15.3.3 s Grand 
st, 84. 1x103.7x33. 10x103.7, two and three-story 
brick Oriental theatre. Partition. Clifford 
A. H. tiartlett to Isadora 8. and Jacob Korn 
and Newman Cowen. June 80. 63,C00 

Broadway, No. 9i7, w s, 6.6.5 n 21st st, ruiis 
north 21.4 x west 52 x northwest 33 8 x south 
15.1 X southeast 34 x southeast 24 x east 31, 
five story brick store. John R. Robinson to 
William Johuston, Jr. June 30. 120,000 

Broome st. No. 498, n s, 20 e South 5th av, 2o'x 
75, five-story brick factory. Jacob S. and 
Simon F. Bleyer to Joseph Seifermam. Mts 
$4,000. June 28. 43,0C0 

Broome st. No. 580, n s, 152.6 e Hudson st, 22 6'x 
84.3, two story brick dwell'g. Albert and Jo- 
seph Etzel to Sophia King. Sub. to mort 

„Julyl- ll,.50O 

Broome st. No. 126, n s, 55 e Pitt st, 20x87.6, 
four-story frame (brick front) store and 
tenem't and four-story frame (brick front) 
tenem't on rear. Isidore Abrahams and Abra- 
ham Goldstein to John Kormann. Morts 
*9,CO0. Julys. 13,000 

Boulevard, s w cor 73d st, 106.10xl49.2xlC2.2x 
117.11, vacant. Robert Robertsonto William 
A. Wheelock and William L. Skidmore. June 

„ 80. S2..5C0 

Same property. Release mort. Charles H. 
Rus.sell et al, exrs. Charles H. Russell, to Rob- 
ert Robertson. June 30. 20,000 

Chambers st, s s, portion of six story brick \ 
factory adjoining land of Hartman, 84 to 
Rose st, X 73.6x18.1x61, Friends Meeting 
House. 

Rose st. No. 50, n s, 74.3 e Duane st, runs 
north 78.5 to Chambers st, x southeast 34 
south 61 to Rose st, x west 29.1 to begin- 
ning, portion of six story brick factory. J 
Michael Giblin to Moritz B. Philipp. Morts 
$80,COO. June 22. 125,000 

Cherry st, Nos. 407 and 409, s s, bet Bcammel and 
Jackson sts, 50x86.9, two-story brick and 
frame enamelling works. William B. Mar- 
shall to Archibald D. Russell. Morts. $8,500. 
June 28. 10,500 

Cherry st, n s, 151.9 e Montgomery st, runs 
east 22.10 x north in two courses, 97.2 x 
west 18.3 X south 7.5 x west 2 4 x south tS9 
to beginning, three-story fraroe (brick front) 
store and tenem't. James J. Sullivan to Ed- 
ward J. O'Brien. July 5. 1,775 

Same property. Edward J. O'Brien to Bernard 
Green. V part. July 5. 1,800 

Clinton st. No. 47, w s, 1.50 s Stanton st, 35x100, 
five-story stone front store and tenem't. Ru- 
dolph Bohm to Levy and Daniel Rothstein. 
Morts. $17,000. July 1. 34,250 

Canal st, Nos. 171 and 173, n s, 41.9 w Elizabeth 
st, 41.9x100. Release. William P. GUes to 
Frances M. Gibson. July 5. 1,178 

Delancey st, No. 45, s s, 25x100, three-story 
brick store and tenem't and three-story brick 
dwell'g on rear. Nathan Abrahams to Morris 
Denbosky. July 5. 80,000 

Delancey st. No. 193, n s, 66.10 w Ridge st, runs 
north 135.2 x west 33.8 x south 2.5.3 x east 8.1 
X south 100 X east 3.5.6, two-story frame 
dwell'g and three-story frame dwell'g on rear. 
Abraham Zubrinsky and Louis Goodman to 
Tobias and Gerson Krakower. Mort. $17,000. 
June 28. 19,£00 

Downing st. No. 19, n s, "234.4 w Bleecker st, 
15.9x70.1. four-story brick store and dwell'g. 
Charles H. ScoUeld and Anna J. wife of Isaac 
H. Ford, Madison. N. J., to Samuel B. Pierce. 
Mort, $5,500. June 3(1. o ]00 

Division st, Nos. 39 aud 39)4, s s, 25x56, two- 
story brick store and dwell'g. John R, Willis, 
exr. and trustee William F. Molt, to Levin 
Hertzberg. July 6. 12 .500 

Grand st. No. 364, n s, 67.11 w Norfolk st, "1 
17.0x75. 1, four-story brick store and tenem't. I 

Grand st. No. 431 hi, s s, 07 e Attorney st, ( 
10.4x100, four-story brick store, &c. J 

David S., William F. and John 8. Conger, 
Prairie du Sac, Wis., to Stephen H. Conger, 
Summit, N. J. 3-7 part. June 18. 12,000 

Hudson st, n w cor 10th st, 107xl00xl40..3xl06 
several one and two-story brick buildings! 
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to Thfl Bradley & Currier Co. tUmitedl. 

Mo.t $4%0uo. June 23 7 '.'00 

Henry st, No. 16S, s s, 7S.3 w Jefferson st. 2fi.lx 

liK), flve-story hrick lenem't. Catharine R. 

Lincoln to Daniel Daly, Brooklyn. June 14. 

8,000 
Mitphell pi, No. 7, n s, 108 e let av. 1 8x80. 10, 

three-story stone front dwell'g. Bsbette wife 

of Lazirus Weil to Jacob Hchenkel and Marie 

his wife. Mort $i,HOri. July I. 10,250 

Monroe St. Nos. 27, n s, 20.7x.'>0x2).fix£0, three 

st.iry brick st re and dwell'g and three story 

brick dwell'g on rear. Hu^h L. Hogu»t and 

Da%id R Garniss to The House Good .'^hep- 
herd. Si-ters of Chanty f<t. Vincent de Paul, 
and The Institution of Mercy. C. a. G. June 
3ii. cnsid. onii.,ted 

Monroe st, No. 65, n s, 211.5 w Pike st, S.'ixlO'i, 
four story brick tenem't. Mary O'Keeff.^, 
widow, to Samuel tievin. Mort. $6 ()■ 0. 
Julv 6. l^'lOO 

Norfolk st. No. 125, w s, 175 2 s Stanton st, 2 ix 
lOl.s, new building projected. Samuel Weil to 
Solomon rttein. Mort. $10,0iiO. July 1. 3S,750 
New Chnmbers st, No. 36, begins Rose st, n 
s, 75 w Pearl st, rui'S west 2.5 I x north 17.11 
to New Chambers st, x east 28.10 x south 3.3 
to Rose St. 
Rose st, n w ccr New Chambers st, runs north- | 
west along New Chambers st 6 4 x south 
3.3 to Rose st, x east 6. 6 to beginning, three- 
stoiy brick store and dwelling. 
Michael (Jibliu to Morilz B. Philipp. Mort. 
$%00'i. June'i2. 7 500 

Perry st. No. lab, n s. 156 e Washington st, 25x 
95, three-story brick dweH'g and three story 
brick diTeH'g on rear. Alfred B. Price, exr. 
Cyrus W. Price, to Welcome B. Price. 
July 5. 15.000 

Rivington st, No, 6, n s, abt 115.9 e Bowery, 24 
xiuu five story brick factory. Anthony Reich- 
bardt to Caroline White. July 6. '26 i 00 

Rivington st. No. 277, s s, 100. 1 w Cannon st, 18 
x5h,3, ihree-story frame brick front dwell'g. 
William f iesler and aro., exrs. Caroline Fies- 
eler, to Abraham Sol' men. JMort. $2,.5(K). 
July .5. 7,000 

Ridtfe st. No. 147. w s, 101 n Rtantou st, a5xliK), 
eioepi strip off rear TJ^x abt 25.4, five-story 
briik tenem'c. Julius Rosenberg to Michael 
Strauss. Morts. $14,000. June Si. •26.5i'0 

Rivingion st, No. 319, s s, '24 6 w Goerck st. 23,9 
x(i4, three story bri'k store and dwell'g. Peter 
Bubl to Nathan Weichmann. July 1. 8,ii00 

Rivington st. No 244, n s, 75 w Sheriff st, 25x 
loo, five-story brick store and tenem't, Jo- 
s< ph Solomon to Abraham Jones. Morts. 
»2<,.5ii(l. June 30. 34,900 

Sheriff st. No. 61, w s, 1.50 s Rivington st, 2 .x 
10 1 five-story brick store and tenem't Adam 
Happel to Charles A. Plath. Mort, tl7,0 lo, 
July 1, 29,750 

Stanton st, s w cor Orchnrd st, 78 6x7.5, one- 
story frame stables, coal yard. Sec, new 
buildings projected Jacfib Cohen to Moses 
Levy, MorU, $30,(01. Julv 6. 6 i.OOO 

Stanton st. No. 17i, s s, 25x1' 0, five-story brick 
st<ire and tenem't. Rachel Store, widow, to 
George Baust. Mort. $l'i,0 lO, July 5, 24 000 

Stanfc.n St. No S'^J^ ss, 1(0 8e Chrystie st.runs 
east '.^4.6 x south KIO x west 24 9 x north 24 10 
X easto 8 X north 7.5.1 to beginning, new build- 
ings projected. Michael Fay and William 
Stacom to Frank Quinn. Mort. $2-',oiio. 
July 1. +".000 

Stanton st. No. 37, s s, 25 w Forsyth st, 25x75, 
four-story frame (brick front) store and dwel- 
ling and four-story brick tenem't on rear, new 
building pngicted. Francis MeQuade to 
Gerson and W illiam Bieber. Mort. $13,000. 
July 1. I'i,l.i0 

Sylvan pi. No. 6, s s, 137 w Jumel terrace, 19.6 
x34 6 twostorf frame dwell'g. John F. 
Steeves to Jacubina Kramer. June3i>. 3,5(0 

Same property. Release mort. John D. Crim- 
min< to John F. oteeves. June 29. 1,600 

Sylvan pi, Nos, 8 and 10, begins at point 75 n 
lb(ithstai.d98w Jumel terrace, runs north 31.6 
to Sylvan pi, x west 39, x south 34 6 x east 39, 
with all title in Sylvan pi, two two-siory frame 
dwell'gs John F. bteeves to Charles M. 
Morlaih. June SO, 7,OC0 

Willeti st. No, 59, w s, 25x100, four-story brick 
ten»m't and four-story brick tenem't on rear. 
William Friedman to Bernbard Brosen and 
Simon Spandau. Morts. $11,0 JO. July 6. 

15,.500 

Washington st, Nos, 763 and 765, e s, 20 s 12lh 
st, 40x78x4 x76.3, two five story biick stores 
and teneni'ts, Joseph Schwarzler to Harris 
Beaver, Mort, *:-i(i,(ioO. July 1. 89,.500 

Same property. Harris Beaver to Julius Loch- 
man. 2-5 part. Mort. 2-5 of $3j,0oO. July 
5. ].5,8t0 

West Broadway, No. 56, rear, begins 50 west of 
West Broadway and 7.5 n Ihomas st, runs 
north 25 x west 35 x south 25 x east 25, four- 
story brick tenem't. Jacob Baron, Jersey 
City, to tiilhert Oikl^y. JuiyH. 4,liK) 

3d st. No 211, n s,97 e Av B, 23xit6 2, four-story 
bi icij store and tenem't and four-story btlck 
tenem't on reaV. Fiiedrich Wildbusch to 
Adum P. Fennel and Catbarina his wife. 
Mort $10,500. July 6, 16,750 

3d >t. No. 9i, n s, 2.5 e Macdougal st, 25xlOo, 
flee story tirick store and tenem't. Anna 
W. wife of Jacob Jenny to Louii Beer. Mort. 
$150jO. July 5, '.iS.oOO 

3d st, D s, 189 w Ay C, 24,9x96.2. Assign. lea<ie. 
Henry Arnold to Conrad Witt. 13,.3t0 

4th st. No. 44, s s, 100 w Greene st, 20x56.6. 

3d st, Nos. 127 and.li9, n s, 134.9 w Macdougal 
st, 46xlii0. 

Delauoey st, No. 196, n e cor Ridge st, 18x49. 



Ridge st. Nos. 72 and 74, e s, 66 3 n D lancey 
st runs etist 28 x north 1 x east 47 x north 
32 8 X west 75 ti< Ridge st, x south 33 9 
Delancey st, n s, 18 e Ridge st, runs east .57 X 
north 67,4 x west 47 x south 1 x west 28 to 
Ridge st, X south 17 3 x east 18 x south 49, 
being Nos. 198-202 Delancey st and No. 76 
Ririge St. 
Soul b St. n s, bet Market slip and Pike slip, 

20x160 to Water st. 
Water bt, s s, bet Market slip and Pike slip, 
20x160 to South St. 
Everard and Dominique Roberts, Brooklyn, 
to Penella Burrell. June 30. nom 

5th st, No 714, s 8, 195 6 e Ay C, 22 6x96. Fer- 
dinand Kurzman and ano., exrs. David Oet- 
tinger, to Charles Seligmann. July 1. 12.600 
Same property, three-story brick dwell'g. 
Rosina Oettinger, widow, to same. B. <fc S. 
July 1. nom 

6th bt. No. 332, s s, 200 w 1st av, 25x97, floe- 
story brick tenem't. George Pries to Auguit 
Hassey. B. & 8. July 1. nom 

Same property. August Hassey to Katharina 

wife of Geoi ge Prie*. B. & S. July 1. nom 
6th st. No. 3 i8, s s, r.i5 e 2d ay. 25x97, Bve-story 
stone froi't store and tenem'C. Anna C. Port 
to Friedrich Eisele. July 5. 36,100 

6th st. No. 2o8, ss. 130 e 3d ay, 25x97, four-story 
biiik store and tenem't and two two-story 
frame dwell'g^ on rear. Mary A. O'l^rion, 
wiiow, to John P. Ludemann and Julius 
Gorber, tenants in common. Mort. $7, .500, 
Julv 2. 16 OOO 

9th st. No, 621, n s, 363 w Av C, 20x93.3, four- 
story brick tenem't. Louis Jacobson to Dan- 
iel Loewenthal. Mort. $4,.5(i(). July 1. 9,250 
10th st. No. 4li», n s, 62 w Dry Dock st, 22x70.6, 
tbree-stfiry frame (brick front) dweU'g. Men- 
del Gerhardt to Johannes Wacker. July 2. 

7,050 
10th st, Nos. 15-19, n 8. ion w University pi, ] 
73.3x94.9, two story brick livery stable | 

inth st ns, 173 3 w Univer,«ity pi, 24.5x6Xlx f 
25.5x67.1, one-story frame shed. J 

Partition. Morgan J. O'Kiien to Matthew 
W., Matthew 8. and Minnie I. Wilson. Morts 
$21,000. June 24. 65.4.50 

10th st, n s, 251.4 eAv B, 20.10x98 9. Joseph 
Kirton to Adam Gartner. Mort. $6,o00. 
July 1. 12,1 00 

10th st, No. 256, 8 s, 128 e 1st av, 32x92 3, four- 
story brick tenem't and four-story brick tene- 
ment on rear. Friedericke Diebold et al., 
exrs. Theodor Diebold, to Pauline Fry. July 
1 17,5( 

11th 8t, No. 204, s s, ir3 e 3d av, 36x95, five- 
story brick tenem't, Margaret Manney, 
widow, to Heymau Reubenstone, July 1, 

36,000 
13th 8t, No, .543, n 8, 95 w Av B, 25x103 3, one- 
story brick shop, new building projected. 
Christian Otterstedt to Charles and August 
Ruff. July 1, 9,000 

16th st. No, 437, n 8, 325 e 10th av, 26x92, one- 
story frame stable and three-story brick shop 
on rear, new building projected. William 
Rankin to James Haunan. Mort. $4,500. 
June 30. 8,1 01 

17th St. No. 430, s s, bet Ay A and Ist av, 3.ix 
92, five story brick store and tenem't and two- 
story brick dwell'g on rear, Catharine Ba- 
big, widow, to John Funk and Dorothea his 
wife, jiint tenants. July 1. 21,000 

17ih st. No. 417, n s. 244 e 1st av, 25x93, five- 
story brick store and tenem't. Caroline w ife 
of Herman Fiank to Nikolaus Falh. Mort. 
$8,000. July 2. 15,'50 

17th st, 8 8, to e 8th ay, 20x88. 1 

143d st, n s,a50e 8th av, 25x99.11. f 

Elizabeth L. Austin, an heir of George A. 
Blakely, to David E, Swan. All title. Q. C. 
Aug 9, 1880. 295 

Same property. Charles B. Harriman, James 
Blakely and Kate G. Jones, heirs George A, 
Blakely, to same. All title. Q. C. April 
15, 1880. nom 

18th St. No. 128, 8 s, 107.3 w Irving pi, 23x92, 
four story brick dwell'g. Laura Hoe to Louis 
H. Berkele, New Has en. Conn. June 13. 20 OJO 
18th st. No, 123, n s, 85.6 w Irving pi. 21.9x93, 
three— tory s'one front dwell'g. Partition. 
Morgan J. O'Brien to Anna M. wite of 
Thomas Pender, Jersey City. May 1. '.:3,75'.i 
19th St. No. 203, s 8, 44 w 7lh av, 56x2:< 1, 
four-story brick store and dwell'g. Helena 
wife of Charles Metz to Amalie wife of 
Martin Metz. July 1. 15 000 

21st st. No. 240, 8 s, 45''.7 w 7th av, 19 7xIlox 
19.7x109 6 three story brick dwell'g. Sarah 
H., wife of William H. B. Totten to Mary St, 
John. June 30. 12,500 

22d st. No. 361, n s, 100 e 9th av, 18 9x98 8. I 
22d st. No 359, n s, 1 18.9 e 9th av, 18 9x98 8. > 
Two four-story stone front dwell'gs, I 

Joseph Ftder, Newark, to Morris Feder and 
ano., exrs. Samuel Feder. B. & S. Mort. 
$1.5,00'. April 30. nom 

Same property. Joseph Morris, George, Mar- 
rion ami Hannah Feder to Amalia wife of 
Joseph Feder. Q. C. Mort. $15,tOJ. April 
13. 35,000 

24th st. No. 404, s s, 106.6 e 1st av, 21x98.9, 
flve-story brick tenem't. Thomas C. Jones to 
Henry W. Jordan. Mort. $31,000. June 3'i. 

27,500 

24th st, n s, 300 e 1ft av, 25x98 9, 

25ih st, n s, 3i«i e 1st av, 5iix»8 9, 

34th st, n s, 3A5 e Ist ay, runs north 98.9 x east 
•4f> X north 98.9 to 25th st, x east 1.5ii x south 
197 6 to 24th st, X west 175 to beginning. 

35th st, n s, 375 e Ist av, 50x9S,9, 

Esfelle D, Bowers wife of Henry C. to Rich- 
ard W. G. WelUng. 1-30 part. June 14. 14,000 



Same property, Fredfrick C. Purant, exr. 
Charles W. Durant, to same. All title. May 
12, 2*1,000 

Same property, Frederick C. Durand to same, 

Q, C. June 21, nom 

Same property. Farmers' Loan and Trust Co , 
trustees for Estelle D. Bowers, to same. 1-5 
part. June 20. 56,000 

Same property. Charles W, Durant to same. 

Q. C. June 35. nom 

26ih st, No 3i8, s s, 130 e 9th av, 20x98 9, two- 
story biick store and dwell'g and th'ee-stnry 
briik dwell'g on rear. Charles F. Schellen- 
berg and Maria L. Graff, formerly Schellen- 
berg, to Augusta L., wife of Joseph Hempt. 
All liens. June 22. nom 

26th st, 8 s, 110 e 9ih av, 20x98 9. I 

10th av, e s, 74 1 n 36ih st, 24 8x1 Ort, f 

Release dower. Augusta L. wife of Joseph 
Hempt, formerly Schellenberg to Charles F. 
Schellenherg and Maria L. Graff, formerly 
Schellenberg. AH bens. June 24 1.000 

26ih st. No. 53l,n s, 36 1 w 10th av, 25x98 9, 
four story brick stoie and tenem't. William 
D. Dubois to Dennis McCarthy. Mort. $4,0 «<. 
July 5. 9.500 

26th st. No. 360, s s. 110 e 9th av 20x9s9. 
(. harles F. Schellenberg to Maria L. wife of 
Jacob Graff. Q C. June 22. nom 

26th 8t, No. 433. s s, 2.50 w 9th av. 35x98 9, flve- 
story brick flat Michael B. Fielding to John 
Roth. Mort $15,0t;0. June 28. 37,000 

38th st. No. 10 W. 
37th st, No 48 W. 
8th av. No. 5v3. 
6th ay. No. 789. 
9th ay. No. 160. 
8th av. No. 414. 
Bleecker st. No. 221. 
Redman C. Fell, Flushing, L. I , to Annie C, 
Htrbert C. and Cbarl' tte L Pell, and f'lara 
P. Townsend and Emily P. Cosier, widow, 
and children of Clarence Fell. 1-40 part. 
June 24. 4,444 

29th st, No. 351. n 9, 650 w 8th av, 22x98 9, four- 
story brick dweU'g. William P. Mulry to 
William Mulry. Mort. $12,000, June 8. 
Corrects errors in issues of June 18 and 25. 

17,500 
SOth st. No. 313,8 8 1817 e 3d av, 20 9x93 9, 
three story brick dwell'g. Theresa wite of 
Samuel Friedberg to Josej-h Gates. Mort. 
$6,000. July 5. 13,500 

SOth st, No. 323, n s. 298 w 8th ay. 23x98,9. three- 
story stone front dwell'g. Margaret B. wife 
of Harvev H. Johnston to Patrick J. Fogartv. 
Mort. $7 000. July 6. 18 OOO 

31st st. No. 3-34, s s, 250 w 8th av, 18 9x98 9, 
three-story brick dweU'g. Michael and Pat- 
trick J. Kogarty to Louisa Jagle. July 5 14 .500 
32d st, No. 141, n s, 55.10 e Lexingion av, 20, Ix 
49,5, four-.'tory brick tenem't. Albert Drun- 
zer heir of Elizibeth Gies to Robert Drunzer. 
X part, Mort, X of tl,'"*. June 15. 2,500 
32d st, No, 140, s s, 95 e Lexington av, runs 
we-it 15 X south .58.6 x east 2o x north 33.9 x 
northwest aht 5 x north 34.3, two story brick 
stable. Lewis B. Crane and ano,, exrs, Mary 
S C' ane, to Solomon Loeb. July 6. 6,.500 

32d st. No. .3H3, n s, 155 e 9th av. 30x98 9, 
four story brick dweU'g. Elizabeth Irving, 
widow, to Michael Fogarty. Bub. to morts. 
July 6. 19.0CO 

32d st. No. 352, s s. 83,6 w 1st av, 17.6x49 6, 
four story brick store and tenem't. Louis 
Kempe to Hugo J. Potosky. Mort. $4,500. 
July 1. ''.OOO 

33d st. No. 249, n s, 275 e 8th av, 35x98.9, four- 
story brick store and tenem't. Charles 
hchwag. r to Meier Mannheinier. July 1. 15.350 
34th st, No. 149, n s, 191.8 e Lexington av, 3O.10 
xiOO, four-story stone fron i, d nell'g, Virena 
D, Fitch and ano . exrs. George P. Fitch, to _ 
Virena D Fitch, wilow, July 5, 35,0C0 

Same pi optrty, Emma C Pomeroy and Sarah 
A. Way, heirs George P. Fitch, to same. C. 
a G. June 27. val, consid 

85ih st. No, 321, n s, 356,8 e 3d av, 18 9x9S,9, 
lour-story brick tenem't Mary wife , f Hen- 
ry Heiiizer to Joseph Stippler and Katharina 
his wife, j int tenants, M. $4,o00. Julv 5. 9,000 
35th st. No, 307, n s, 125 e 2d av, 18,9x98.9, 
four story brick store and temm't. Thomas 
Curran to Maiks Harris. Mort. $6,0iK). 
June 17. 8 '''50 

36th st. No. 8, s s, 166 10 w .5th av, 16.4x9-i 9, 
four-story brick (-tone front) dweU'g. W ill- 
liam H. Macy to Cornelia M. Walker. Octo- 
ber 4, 1817. no™ 
36th st, Nos 339 and 341, n s. 311 e 9th av, 39x 
98.9. two five story brick stores and tenem'ts. 
John Rankin to WiUiam Rankin. B. & S. 
June 30. 53,0t0 
S6th st, ns, 311 e »ih av, 2.5x98 9. William 
Rankin to James Miller. Mort. $17,000. . una • 
30. 33,500 
SSthst, No. 317. ns, 235 w 8th av, •i5x9H.9, 
f, .ur-story brick store and tenem't. Henry A. 
S 'hi to John G. Jopckel and Annie his wife. 
Mort. $11,000. June 30. 14 650 
S8th St. No. 454, 8 s, 100 e lOth av, 25x98.9, five- 
story brick store and tenem't. Charles Mul- 
ler to WUliam Egner. Mort. $5,(^00. June 
30. 20,.500 
39lh st. No. 50, 8 8, 365 e 6th av, 30x98.9, also 
strip ad j on east extending 5 inches in width 
from s 8 of st to end of wall, four story stone 
front store and dwell'g. Siegmund T.Meyer 
to Maurice Moore. Mort. $<i7,0«0. Juue 29. 

4ii,CC0 

4l8t 8t, No. 113, 8 s, 205 e 4th av, 25x98 9, flve- 
story brick store and dweU'g. Jobst Hoff- 
mann to George Pfeiffer and Minna his wife, 



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Dom 

47th St, No. 136. s s, 14.'5 s Lexing+on av, 2<lx 
10" 5. fr.ur-storv hrick (.^tooe front) dweH'g. 
John Todd to Eliza Naughton. Mort. $S,i i. 
June 80. ItiJ.'iO 

47th St, Nos. Sll and S13, n s, 1.50 w 8th av, !)Hx 
100..5, two flye-story stone tronttentm'ls. Ed- 
ward C. sterling to Bernard Cohen and Wolf 
Endel. Mor's. 15 ■.nn.i. June :i9. .59,500 

49lh St, Nos. 308 and 310, s s, 125 w Sth av. 50i 
luo.5, two-story brick marble works Fran- 
cis E. Keller to G. Waldo Smith and John S. 
Sills. June 28, 23,500 

49th st, s s, 135 2 w 11th av, runs south 44 x east 
2 X south 56 5 x west liO x snuth 100.5 to 
48th St, X west 25 x north 71.5 x northwest 9 4 
X west 17 X north 123 7 to 49th st, x etist K9.10, 
Nos. Hti6 til2 West 49th St. five-story brick 
malt house; No. 616 West 49th st, one-story 
frame staliles, and No. 613 48ih st, four story 
brick and frame stables. Augustus F. Ferris 
to Wiliiam S. Pre^tou, Brooklyn. Mort. 
$40,ii0O. Sept. 3 I, 1886. liil,500 

50th st. No. 3^7, n s, a5 w Istav, 20x80. Cbarlei 
C. Beck to Amalie Rothschild. Morts. $9 .SOO. 
June 30. 16.750 

50th St. Agreement as to use of sewer. Charles 

C. and M.aria M. Beck with Amalie Rothschild 
June 30. nom 

50th st, n s, 155 e Madison av, 20x64.8, vacant. 
Fanny G. wife of Henry Villard to Mary P. 
wife of George Hoadly. Mort. $V,(0J. June 
20. 14.667 

50th st, n s, 175 e Madison av, 25x64 8, vacant. 
Artemas H. Holmes to Mary P. wife of 
George Hoadly. M. $10,000. June 27. 18,333 

52il sf, No. 115. n s, SJd w 6th av. 25x100.5. two- 
story brick stable. E. Frank Coe to Emma 

D. wife of Lorenzo D. v\ oodhouse. June 29 

25,000 

53d st. No. 17, n s, 394 w Sth av. 21x101 5, four- 
story stone front dwell'g. William B. Bald- 
win to Phebe A. Baldwin. Q. C. Correction 
deed. July 4. nom 

53d St. No 416, s s, 2.50 w 9th av, 25x100 5, five- 
story brick tenement with stores. John U. 
Ruck to Martin Bathmaon. Morts. $16,0 "i. 
June 29. 28,003 

53d st, No. 418, s s, 275 w 9th av, 25x100.5, fife- 
story brick tenein't with stores. Same to 
same. Morts. Ji6.lK)0. June 29 28,000 

54th st. No. 146, s s, 176 w .Sd av, l9xK0 5, four- 
story stone front dwelPg. John Muller to 
Margaret Reilly. M. $15,000. June 3 i. 14,250 

58th St. No. 345, n s, 16 i w 1st av, 20xl(iO 5, Bve- 
storv stone front tenem't. Emanuel Oeutsch 
to Charles Phillips. M. $10,0(0 June 30. 20,0 

58th St. No. liS, s s, 125 w Lexington av, 19x 
I11O..5, three story stone front dwell'g. Ade- 
laide E. wife of Alexander Johnston to Meyer 
L. tsire. Mnrt. $15,ikio. July 6. exch 

60th st, Nos 109 and 111, n s, loO w 9th av, 50x 
100.5, two five story stone front flat-^. George 
Erdmann and Peter N. and William H. Ram- 
sey to James H. Moran and Charles A. Goff. 
Morts $<0,0 10. July 1. 62,000 

60th st, No. 226, s s, 295 w 2d av, 19 2x100.5, 
three-story stone front dwell'e. Henriette 
Myerson to Flora Myerson. July 1. 14,000 

61st st, No. '.Ot. s 8, 8 I w Imh av, 20x100.5. five- 
story stone front store and tenem't. Charles 
H. Tyson, Brooklyn, to John G. Zshnder. 
Mort-i. $14,010. June 21. 2i,f.O0 

62d st. No. 3()7, n 5, 102 e 2d av, IfixlO 1 5, three- 
story brick dwell'g. Max Borger to Julius 
Neumann and Anna E. bis wife. M. $3, .51 0. 
July 1. 8,250 

6M st. No. 207, n 3. 118 7 e 3d av, 18.7x100.5, 
three-story stone front dwell'g. Charles 
Rosenbaum to Mary Block. April 29. 14,100 

63d st, No. 1:;0, s s, 4V5 w 9th av, 25x100 5, five- 
story stone front flit Francis X. Keller to 
Agnes Bowling. Mort. $10,0JO. June 28. 

28,500 

63d st, No. 126, s s, 375 w 9th av 2.5xiro 5, five- 
story stone front flat. Same to same. M^rt. 
$16,000. June 2S. 2-<,.500 

63d st, No. 135, n s, 30 3 w 9th av, 16.8x100 .5, 
three-story brick dwell'g. William H. Tem- 
ple 10 Homer D. Brooi^ins. All liens. June 
6. noui 

64th St. No. 17), n s, 125 e 10th av, 25x100 5, 
five-story brick flat. Release mort. George 
A. Bmwn to Leonard Beeckman. May 21. nom 

Same oroperty. Anthony A. Hughes to same. 
C. a. G. May 30. nom 

Same property. Leonard Beeckman to Edward 
P. snields. Mort. $20,ooii. May 21. nom 

66lh St. n s, 475 w Sth av. .'0xl0ii..5, frame shan- 
ties Charlotte Ditiman, Individ, as widow 
and as extrx. Edward I)ittman, to John F. 
Flanagan. June 29. 12,200 

Same property. Juhn F. Flananagu to Sin- 
clair Myers. Mort $9, 150. July .5. 100 

70th st, No. 1.58, s s, 12o 6 e I«xington av, 19 7x 
100.5, four-story stone front dwell g. Michnel 
Costel'o to Ann Duffy. Morts. $ib,.5(Ni. 
March 11. iO,.500 

70th st. No. 108. s s, abt 107 e 4th av, 20il00.5, 
four-story stone front dwell'g. Contract. 
John T. McUuire to Josephine Fisher. 
Julys. 22,.500 

70th St. No. 131. n s, 313.5 e Boulevard, 3ox 
100.5. four-story stone front dwell'g. Will- 
iam P. Earle to William 0. Stuart. July 18. 

34,000 

Tlst et, No. 228, s g, 220 w 2d av, 20il00 4, f.ur- 
story stone front tenem't. Juliu< Landiuer 
and MauriC! Kaim to Philipp Diebl. Mirt 
t9.0.i0. July 1. 18,750 

7l8t st, No. 421, n s, 338 e 1st av, 25x103.2, flve- 
story brick tenem't with stores. Mary Brose- 



mer wife of and Edward to Philip Schimel. 
Mort $ll,o<0. July 1. ls,250 

7l3t st, N.is 3V) and 352, s s, 401 e 2-1 av, .50x 
100 5, two five-story brick t^nem'ts. Francis 
McQuade to William A. Scott, Brooklyn. 
Morts. $32,0( 0. July 1. exch and 3,000 

71st st, Nos. 276-280, s s, 20 e West End av, 60 
x8o.3. three four story brick dwdl'gs. 

West End av. No. 132, e s, 8 '.3 s 71at st, 20.2x 
80, three storv brick dwell'g. 
George W. Day to James S. Fonner and 
Sarah E. Lowther. Q. C. All liens. May 
6. nom 

71st st. No. 276, s B, 60 e West End av, 20x80.3. 
James 8. Fonner to John C. Wilson. Mort. 
$16,001). June ^3 26,000 

Same property. Release mort. Andrew Pow- 
ell to same. June 30. 1(0 

Same property. Release mort. John D. Jer- 
sey to same. July 7. 135 

Same property. Release mort. Henry B. 
Hirsch to sam>. June 27. 135 

Same property. Release mort. Charles T. 
Galloway to same. June 27. 201 

Same property. Release mort. Richard Flan- 
agan to Sams. June 27. 312 

Same property. Release mort. Michael E. 
O'Connor to same July 7. 160 

Same property. Release mort. James, Thomas 
F. and Edward J. Nevtns to same July 7. 124 

Same prc'peity. Release mort. Edwin Sher- 
man to same. Julv 7. 150) 

Same property. Release mort. George C. 
Currier to same. July 7. 2,958 

72d st, No. 148, s s, 300 e 10th av, 20x102, frur- 
story stone front dwell'g George Chester- 
man 10 Rosalie Chesttrraan. J^2 part. B. & 
8. Sub. to morts. June 30. HOO 

72d st, s 8, 14t. II w Grand boulevard. Agree- 
ment as to building line. William H. McCor- 
mack with Fannie McCormick and Annie 
Ormiston. June 19. nom 

lid St. No. 148, s s, 300 e 10th av, 20x103.2. four- 
story stone front dwell g. George J. Hamil- 
t'ln to George and Rosalie Chesterman. 
Mort. $28,01)1'. June 30. 56,000 

73d st. No. 418. 8 6, 300 w Av A, 2"xl03.3, five- 
story brick tenem't with stores. Philip Braen- 
der to Edward Luttrell. Mort. $12,5(iO. 
July 2. 22,000 

73d st, n 8. 135 w 3d av, 20x102.2, three-story 
brick dwell'g. William L. Dowling, Brook- 
lyn, to Mary wife of ( hsrles Maver. Mort. 
$9,.50o. June 29. See 79th st and 3d av. 13,.5t0 

75th st, No. 46, s s, 132.6 w 4th av, 17 6x102. i, 
four-story stone front dwell'g Gustavus A. 
Goldsmith to Kate wife of Samuel siiraussand 
daughter of grantor. Mort. $19,000. June 28. 

gift 

77th st. No. 341, n s, 200 w 1st av, 25x103.2, 
four story stone front tenem't;. M iritz 
Weisskopf to Hanna wife of Herman Cohn. 
Morts. $10 01)0. July 1. 1\.500 

78th st, No. 126, s s, 291 w 9th av, 19x96 10, 
four-story s'one front dwell'g. Bernard S. 
Levy to Alice Lilienthal. Mort. ta,' OD. 
June 29. 36,000 

78th st, 8 s, 75 w West End av, 75x103.2, two- 
story frame dwell'g and one story frame rear 
building. Clarence L. Westcott to William 
E D. Stokes. C. a. G. Mort. $10,500. June 20. 

24 000 

79th st. No. 336, s s, 233 w 1st av, 17x102 2, 
three-story stone front dwell'g. William L. 
Dowling, Brooklyn, to Mary wife of Charles 
Mayor. Mort. $5,oc0. June 29. See 73d st 
and 3d av. 11,.500 

79th st. No. 121, n s, 205 e 4th av. 20x102 2, 
three story stone front dwell'g. Annabella 
Kaughran, otherwise Annabella McCool 
Kaughran, to John E. Kaughran, Brooklyn. 
Morts. $10,.5ii0. April 30. 28,000 

79th St., No. 337, n s, 127.10 w 1st av, 27x102.2, 
four- story stone front flat. Frederick Erich- 
son to Bernhard Gesing and Fredericka W. 
h'S wife. Mort. $13,100. June 30. 24 00) 

8iith st, n 8, 228 9 w 2d av, 0.5x103 3. Peter 
Diehl to Jacob Horowitz and Hannah bis 
wife. Sub. to morts. April 14. nom 

80th st, s 8, 75 w Av A. 25x103.3, five-story 
brick tenem't. Friedrich Windmann and 
Friedriih Jordy to Herman Bub and Anna 
C. his wife. Mort $13,500. June 30. 32,750 

80th st. No. 235, n s, 177.6 w 2d av, 25xlo2.3, four- 
story stone front tenem't. Henry Hirsch to 
Edward H. Coster. Morts. $13,0t;0. June 28. 

18,375 

801 hst. No. 237, n s, 152.6 w 2d av, 35x102.3. four- 
story stone front tenem'i;. Julius Hirsch to 
Edv>ard H. Coster. Morts. $13,000. June 38. 

18,375 

81st st, No. 42.5, n s, 381.6 e 1st av, 35x112.2, five- 
story brick tenem't. Rosalie wife of Henry 
Meyers to Otto Horwitz. Mort. $12,000. Mav 
3L 21,800 

83d st. No. 1150, s s, 325 e 10th av, 18 9x103.2, 
four-story stone front dwell'g. earah H. wife 
of Lharles F. Dieterich, Baltimore, Md., to 
Mary B. D. Noble. Mort. tl7,»-00. June 29. 

33,250 

83d st. No. 43, n s, 345 e 9th av, 20x103.3, four- 
storv brick dwell'g. J. Bentley Sqaier to 
Kirker wife of Benjumin P. Dos Passos. 
Morts. $15,000. July 3. 31.000 

83d St. 8 8, 106 e Ist av, '0x102.2, vacant. Will- 
iam A. Smith, exr George Jones, to Louis 
Lochmann. Mort. $l3,ii(J0. June 24. 14,300 

83d i-t, s 8, 150 e 2d av, 4>'Oxl02.3. two one and 
two-story frame buildings, rest vacant. Will- 
iam A. Smiih, exr. George Jones, to Thomas 
Moore and John McLaughlin. Mort. $118.- 
0. June 34 12-1200 

83d st, No. 121, s 8, 301 e 4tb av, 21.10x102.2, 



two-story frame dwell'g. Simon Adler to 
Charles Gulden. Mort. $4,.'0) July 1. 10,000 

8.3d st, n 8, 198 8 w 9th «v, 16 4x102 2, three- 
story stone front dwell'g Mary J. wife of 
John Coar to Patrick Rvan and Rawdon 
Rawnsley, of Ryan & Rawnsley. Morn. 
$11,0 0. Dec. 31. 18,700 

83d st. No. 131, n s, 283 w 9th av, 17x103.3, four- 
story stone front dwell'g, Mary J. wife of 
John Coar to Marshall D. Hall. Mort. 
$12,010 Feb. 1. ' 3:1.500 

83d st, n s, 116 8 w 11th av, la^xlOn, three story 
stone front dwell'g. Jame.^ Slattery to Lizzie 
R, wife of William Vail. June 30. 17,250 

84th st. No. .506, 3 s, 148 e Av A, 2.5x103.2, flve- 
story brick tenement. Thomas Benneitto 
August J. Trebing. Mort. $15,5i,0, &c. Julv 
3. 21.300 

84th st. No. 14S, 8 8, 381.1 w 3d av, 2.5xl0i.2, 
three story frame dwell'g. Elliott P. Glea- 
Bon, Brooklvn, to John C. Blanke. July 6. 9 750 

84th St. Receipt for party wall under agree- 
ment. Gidei n Fountain to Elliott P. Glea- 
son. June 28. 750 

a5th St. N-^. 509. n s, 71.11 e Av A, runs north 
76. 10 X east 37 X north 35.4 x ea«t 22 6 x 
south lOi.2 to 85th st, x west 2.5.1, five-story 
brick tenem't. Claiis Wilkens to I'i lor Gar- 
lick and Rika his wife. M. $9,0' July 1. 19,400 

85th st, No. 433, n s, 335 e 2d av, 25x102.8. four- 
story stone front tenem't. Marie wife of 
Henry Henn to Peter Christmann. Morts. 
$10,500. Julv 2. le.iiOO 

85th at, Nos. '.iS* and 236, s s, 120.6 w 3d av, BOx 
103, two four-story stone front flnts. John E. 
Kaughran to Annabella Kaughran. Mort. 
$36,1 00. April 30. 44,' OO 

85th St. Nos. 6-12, s f, 144 e Sth av 81x102 3, 
four four story stone front flats. Francis J. 
Schnugg to Nathan Wise and Julius G. 
Miller. Sub. to morts. June 30. See 8th 
av. 12i',000 

86th st, No. 529, n s, 375 e Av A, 96x1 38. 10x96 1 
138 4, three-story biick dwell'g and vacant. 
Griffen. Ttmpkins, Brooklyn, to Isaac Good- 
skin. Morts $27,500. June 21. 33,000 

87lh st, Nos. 61 and 63, n s, 1x4 5 w 4th av, 51 1 
xloo.8, two two story frame dweli'gs with 
one-story rear frame building. Meyer L. 
Sire to Adelaide E. Johnston. Mort. $12,961 
and assessm'ts $34. July 6. nom 

87th st. No. 131, n s, 25'«.4 w 9th av, 16.8x100.8, 
three-sto y stone front dwell'g. Maiia S. 
wife of John W. Stevens to Paul L. and Wal- 
demar C. Dyrsen. Morts. $13,tiOU. July 
1. 16,350 

88th St. No. 115. n s, 3.35 7 e 4th av, 25 7x100.8, 
five-story stme front flat. Jacob Berliner to 
Rosa Samuels. }4 part. Morts. $19,0(0. 
June 80. nom 

89th st. No. 310. s s, 200 e 2d av, 25x100 8, five- 
story brick tenem't. Peter J. Uihlein to 
Charles Koehler. Morts $ll,5ii0. July 1. 2'),5C0 

89th St. n 8, 1( e 9th av, .'lOxlO 1.8, one and two- 
story frame building. Mary H. wifi of 
Daniel Currv to James McNice. Mort. $10,- 
000. June 30. 20,0C0 

Same property. James McNiece to George J. 
Hamilton. MorU. $2ii,0( 0. July 1. 3ii,000 

91sc st. No 83, n w cor Park av, 30x67, three- 
story brick (stone front) dwell'g. Andrew .T. 
Kerwin to Conrad Weber. Mort. $13 000. 
June 30. 23 000 

92d st, Nos. 1«.3-167, n s, 150 w 31 pv, 60x10o.h, 
three three-story stone front dweli'gs. Parti- 
tion. John Whalen to Pauline Segree. 
July 1. 2.5,850 

92d st. No. 110, 6 6, 89 e Park av, 18x100.8, 
three-story stone front dwell'g. Otto Hor- 
witz to Rosalie Meyers. Mort. $9,.5(jO. June 
28. nom 

93d st. No. 68, s s, 53.4 e 9th av, 27 6x100.8. five- 
story stone front flat. Michael Gihlin to 
Perry B. Utley. Mort. $23,500. June 22. 

34,500 

93d st, Nos. 170-176, s s. 150 w 3d av, SOxUKi 8, 
four three-story stone front dweli'gs. Parti- 
tion. John ^Vhalen to .lames T., Mary A,, 
John R and Vincent K. Roby and Joseph M. 
McDonald. July 6. 46 500 

94'h st, n 9, ILO w 9th av, .50x1(0 8, vacant. 
Mayor, &c., New York, to Jacob Korn. 
June 6. 15,600 

«5th st, s s, 1(0 w 9th av, .«0xl0a8, vacant. 
Mayor, &c.. New York, to Jacob Korn. 
June 6. 13,100 

95ih st. No. 152, s s, 271 e 10th av, 18x100 8, 
three-story brick dwell'g. Abraham Oiuber 
to Anna C. wife of said Abraham Gruber. 
Mort. $Mi,ooO, July 7. nom 

97th st, n R. 235 w 8th av, 19x100.11. 1 

97ihst, ns, 3 3 w 8'h av, S^xiOn.U. V 

Tt)ree three-story brick dwell'g'*. ) 

Richari B. Disbrow to Jacob P. Meday. 
Morts. $48,001'. June 14. Reprinted to sLow 
correction made in deed. .55,i 00 

97th »t, No. 1-1, n s,.588 e 10th av, 1.5.6x1(0 II. ) 

97tb st, No. 1 9, n s. 6'3 6 e lOth av, ISxUO.U. [■ 

Two four-story brick dwrll'gs. ) 

Charlts H. Lindsley to James Kiernan. July 

7. 48 uOO 

Parae property. James Kiernan 'o Charles H. 

Lindsley. Morts. $48,oi 0. July 7. 48,000 

97th 8t, 8 s, .^0 I w 8th av. 80x100, vacant, new 
dweli'gs pri i cted. Daniel F. Appleton to 
Thomas T. Uren. C. a. G. May -.iO. 33,000 

97ih st, No. 150, 8 8, 333 e ICth av. 17 6x1 0.11, 
thre-story brick dwell'g. James C. Caldwell 
to Caroline Ross. C. a. G. Correction dend. 
July 1. 18,500 

gvfhst, n 8,508 e 10th av, 48x100.11. 1 

y7th st, n 8, 588 e 10th av, 46x100.11. ( 

Release mort. Henry E. Merriam >t al.. 



930 



The Record and Guide. 



July 9, 1887 



exrs". Benjamin W. Merriara, to Charles H. 

Lindsley. June 30. nom 

97lh St, Mo. 129, u s, 524 e 10th av, 16x100.11. 
97th St, No. 117, u », 61S.C e 10th aT, 15.6x 

100.11. 

Two four-story brick dweirfp. 

'■■Viarles H. Lindsley to James Kiernan. 

July 1. 48,000 

Same property. James Kiernan to Charles H. 

Lindsley. Morts. $28,000. July 1. 48,000 

97 ,h St, Moa. 151 and 153, n a, 171 w M av, 54x 
100.11, two five story stone front flats. Wil- 
liam J. Gessner to Henry and Julius Hirsch 
and Morris Victorius. Mort. $26,000. July 
6. 40,850 

98 h St, No. 41, n s, SOO e 9th av, lfi.8xl00.ll, 
two-storv frame dwell'g. Edward Cuning- 
ham to John Moore. July 5. 7,000 

98 h St, n s, 75 w 9th av, 25x7,5.11, five story 
brick tenem't. John W. Haaren to Catha- 
rine F. Pine. Mort. $10,500. JuneEO. £0,0(0 

99oh St, n s, 105 e 3d av, 75x100.11. James 
Ceese 1 3 Sarah Myers. June 29. nom 

99 h st, n s, 105 e 3d av, 75x100.11, vacant, 
ssiiith Ely, Jr., to James Keese. C. a. G. 
June 28. nom 

100th St, n 8. 100 w 0th av, 50x100.11, vacant. 

Mayor, &c., INew York, to Jacob Kern. 

June 6. 11,975 

lOoa St. No. 16.5, n s, 125 w ,Sd av, 24.10x100 llx 

25x100.11, four-story brick tenem't, Emma 

A. Nauss, widow, to George Margraf. Mort. 
$11,000. July 2. 16,000 

103d St, s s, 100 w yih a V, .50x10011, vacant. 
John W. Haaren to Louis Rossi. Morts. 
$7,230. June 30. 14.050 

li4th St, No. 54, s s, 230 w 4th av, 25x10011, 
four-story stone front flat. Albert Goett- 
mann to Henry Bcbreiber. Mort. $14,0C0 
Sept. 85. 34,250 

104tu St, No. 233, s s, 31.3 e Boulevard, 1.5.1IX 
70.2, three-story stone front dwell'g. Charles 
Blauvelt to Fannie wife of George H. Can- 
non. Morts. $9,000. June 30. 12,750 

105th st, n s, 188 e 1st av, runs north 100,9 x 
west 188 to 1st av, x south 25.2 x east 113 x 
Eouth 75.7 to 105th st. x east to beginning, 
one-story frame building, rest vacant. Wil- 
liam W. Smith to Max Nathan. Grading as- 

' aessment. June 29. 13,000 

105th st. No. 240, s s, 200 w 2d av, 16.8x10 i.9, 
three-story brick dwell'g. Agnes Mayer, 
widow, to Hugo F. Mayer. July 1. 7,500 

107th st, n s, 213 e 1st av, 75x100.11, one-story 
frame building and vacant. Charles Kellner 
to George A. and William C. Reeber. Mort. 
$3,000. July 1. nom 

107th st. No. 157, n s, 89 e Lexington av, 17x 
100.11, four-story stone front flat. Sophia 
Ischuster, wife of Susman, to Benedict H. 
Merzbacher. Mort. $6,0)0. July 1. 12,500 

108th st, n s, 100 e 3d av, runs north 150 x east 10 
X north 60.11 x east 50 x south 100.11 to st, x 
west 60 to beginning, one-story frame build- 
ing and vacant. John B. McGeorge to Elise 
wife of Robert Boyd. July 1. 11,000 

110th st. No. 153, n s, 70 e Lexington av, 25x101, 
four-story brick tenem't with stores. Anra 
M. wife of Edward F. Steers to William G. 
Thomas, Norwalk, Conn. Mort. $7,300. July 
1. 18,000 

110th st. No. 137, ns, 330 e 4th av, 35x100. 11,- 
five story stone front tenem't with stores. 
Eugenie wife of Adolph Levy and fauline 
wife of Morris Levy to Benjamin Levy. C. 
a. G. June 23. nom 

Same property. Benjamin Levy to A.doIph 
and Morris Levy. C. a. G. June 23. nom 

117th st, No. 335, n s, 2C0 w 1st av, 25x100.10, 
four-story brick tenem't with stores. Catha- 
rine wife of Cornelius Weston to Rudolph 
Reichenstein. July 1. 13,500 

118th st, n s, 100 w 7th av. ) 

119th st, s s, 100 w 7th av. ( 

Agreement to leave vacant space 2 feet wide 
adj east walls of above. Homer J. Beandet 
with Boai'd of Health. June 29. nom 

119th st, s 8,585 e 6th av, 75x100.11, vacant. 
Otto F. Seibold, Brooklyn to Elisha G. Bel- 
chow. Mort. $16,.5C0. June 2?. 19,500 

120th st. No. 214, ss, 195 e 3d av, 30x100.10 
four-story brick store and tenem't. Samuel 
P. Patterson to Bernard Witzmann. Mort. 
$7,500. June 30. 11,500 

130th st, n s, 135 w Mount Morris ar, 75x100.11, 
vacant. Walter F. Kilpatrick to Walter 
Reid. Morts. $24,000. Mar. 15. 30,000 

120th st, 8 s, 57 e Av St. Nicholas, 50x100.11, 
vacant. Simon Haberman to George C. 
Currier. July 5. 12,000 

123d st, No. 360, s b, 116 e 9th av, IfixlOO.ll, 
three-story stone front dwell'g. Oscar T. 
Brown to Harriet T. wife of James A. Hen- 
derson. Mort $10,000. July 1. 15,750 

133d st, s 8, 135 w 6th av, 14.11x100.1], vacant. 
James R. Elliott, Englewood.N. J., to Abram 

B. Van Dusen. June 25. 5,958 
124lh St. No. 334, s s, 379 e 3d av, 21x;00.11, 

three-story stone front dwell'/. Morris A. 

Myers to Jacob Wolf. Mort. $8,000. June 

30. 13.(00 

134th St. Party wall agreement. Edward A. 

Davis with Simon Bernheimer. June 30. nom 
136th st, No. 264, s s, 165 e 8th [a v^ 80x99,11, 

four-story stone front dwell'g. William F. 

Lee to Adelia B. Althause. C. a. G. Mort. 

$10,5(0. April 1. 12,500 

136th st. No. 151, n s, 350 e 7th av, 16.10x99.11, 

four-story stone front dwell'g. Adelaide 

wife of and Thomas Wilson to Isabella S. 

CaJleuder.JiMort. $10,000. Jul/ 6. 32,000 



127th st, No. 105, n s, 150 w 6th av. runs west 
20 X north 80 X west 30 x north 19.11 x east 
50 X south 99.11. five story brick tenem't. Lo- 
ton Hortou to Daniel S. Slawson. June 30 

30.C0a 

127th st. No. 145, n s, 366.3 w 3d av, 18.8x99.11, 
three story stone front dwell'g. John Keirns 
to Mary O'Keefife. Mort. $5,0ii0. July 6. 12,.500 

181st, s s, 3.50 e 7th av, 100x99.11, vacant. Fred- 
erick A. Constable et al., exrs. Richard Ar- 
nold, and Jas. M. and F. A. Constable, 
exrs. and trustees Henrietta Constable, and 
Hicks Arnold, trustee Richerd Arnold, dec'd., 
to Isaac E. Wright. May 11. 29,0C0 

134th St. n s, 90 w 4th av, 75x99.11, vacant. 
William J. Barnes to Smith Ely, Jr. C. a. 
G. Morts. $5,273. July 1. nom 

13»th st, as proposed, n s, 100 e 10th av, 125x 
99.11, two-story frame dwell'g and vacant. 
John Mulford to Joseph H. Cain. June 30. 

9,500 

141st st, n s, 75 w 7th av, 50x99.11, vacant. Os- 
car Hammerstein to Lambert Suydam. Mort. 
$3,500 June 28. nom 

141st st. No. 351, n s, 535.2 w 8th av, runs north 
— X west 41.4 to old Kingsbridge road, x 
south abt 100 to st, x east 35.5, three story 
frame dwell'g. Robert Steedraan and Au- 
gust P. Qoldbchmidt to Ann M. 8. Holland. 
July 5. 8,000 

143d st, n s, 3.50 e 8th av, 35xS9. 11, vacant. Sa- 
rah E. wife of and Charles E. Booth to Mor- 
ris Liftman. March 9. 2,050 

150th st, n s, 175 e 10th av, 50x9S. Mar- 
garet wife of John McAvoy to Thomas F. 
McAvoy and Kate C. his wife, joint tenants. 
July 7. 8.000 

152d st, n p, 150 w 10th av, 94.9x99.11, vacant. 
Josephine M. Brown to Robert Stewart and 
Jane bis wife. Morts. $8,000. June 16. 19,000 

153d st, s 3, 6.50 w 11th av Boulevard, 25x99.11. 
Herman Wronkow to Otto Mcurer. July 1. 

1,100 

153d st, 8 8. 675 w 11th av Boulevard. 25x99.11. 
Herman Wronkow to Josephine M. Brown. 
July 1. 700 

171st st, n p, 125 e 11th av, 25x95. Thomas 
Manning to Catherine wife of Charles Mc- 
Intyre. June 30. 1,600 

Av A, No. 288. e s, 33 s 18th st, 23x75, five-story 
brick store and tenem't. Matthias Vosseler 
to Joseph Tauber. Mort. $7,C00. July 1. 

18,000 

Av A or Eastern Boulevard, No. 1317, w s, 120.4 
s 71st st, 25xlC0, one-story frame store and 
two-story rear brick building. John Mal- 
colmson to Henry C. L. Peetsch. Mort. 
$7,700. June 37. 8,000 

Av B, s w cor 84th st, 103.2x100, vacant. 

84th st, s s, ICO w Av B, 373x100, three-story 
frame building and vacant. 
Thomas Rutter to George and John, Jr., 
Schreiner. June 1. 120,000 

Av A, No. 1686, e s, l5l.5 n 88th st, 20x75, four- 
story stone front store and tenem't. Charles 
Habn to Sophia and Hannah Schuster. Mort. 
$6,000. July 7. 10,500 

Av C, No. 135, w s, 80 n 8th st, 20x75, four- 
story brick store and dwell'g. Morris Esch- 
wege to Leopold and Fannie Isselbacher. 
Mort. $7,000. June 30. 13,500 

Edgecombe av or road, e s, S32.7 n 163d st, ex- 
tended, 100x124.6. Sadie C. wife of Richard 
Heckscher, Jr., to Richard P. Messiter, 
Brooklyn. April 11. 11,300 

Lexington av. No. 657, n e cor 551h st, 30.5x80, 
four-story brick (stone front) dwell'g. Gott- 
lieb Jetter to John G. Dautel. Morts. $19,0a0. 
July 1. 26,000 

Same property. Julius Doepfner to Gottlieb 
Jetter. Morts. $19,000. June 1. 24,000 

Lexington av, No. 884, w s, 20.5 8 (J6th st, 20x 
70, four-story stone front dwell'g. Louisa T. 
Milmann to Franklin Brown. June .30. 18,000 

Same property. Franklin Brown to Jeremiah 
Milmann. June 30. 18,000 

Lexington av, No. 171J, w s, 60.11 s 108th st, 20 
75, three-story brick dwell'g. Edward F. 
Robinson to Rachel M. Gilsey. Mort. $5,000. 
June 30. 8,S0O 

Lexington av. No. 1606, w s, 51.2 n 101st st, 16.7 
x75, three-story brick dwell'g. Foreclos. 
Thomas B. Odell to Albert Chamberlain, Cro- 
ton Falls, N. Y. Mort. $0,n00. June 27. 7.700 

Madison av. No. 718, w s, 20 n 63d st, 20x70, 
four-story stone front dwell'g. Union Dime 
Savings Inst, to Augusta E. wife of Edmund 
C. Weudt. June 30. 29,000 

Madison av, s w cor 102d st, 100.11x70, vacant 
Lucy W. Allen, widow, Brooklyn, to Will- 
iam H. Childs. Mort. $8,000. June 30. 80,000 

South 5th av. No. 59, e s, 300 s Bleecker st, 35x 
100, five-story brick factory. Jacob Korn to 
Joseph C. Hacker. June 29. 38,000 

Same property. John D. Karst, Jr., to same. 
Q. Q. June 29. nom 

West End av, s w cor 76th st, 80.7x100, vacant. 
William J. Merritt to Theodore L. De Vinne. 
Mort. $11,.500. June 29. 17,.50O 

West End av, s e cor 71st st, 100.5x80, being 
Nos. 376-283 71st st and No. 132 West End a v. 
Sarah E. wife of John K. Lowther to 
James S. Fonner. Q. C. C. A. G. All 
liens. May 31. nom 

1st av. No. 1488, e 8, 76.7 s 78th st, 35.6x59.7x 
25.11x65.5, four-story stone front tenem't 
with store. John Giebel to John Naumann. 
Mort. $10,000. June 30. 21,950 

1st av. No. 1604, e s, 37.2 n 83d st, 2.5x84, five- 
story brick tenem't with stores. Mary wife 
of Charles Mayer to William L, Dowling. 
Mort. $16,000. July 1, S«e 734 and 79th sts. 

g5,000 



1st av, n e cor 118th st. Agreement as to en- 
croachment. Christopher H. Steinkamp with 
A\ery T. Brown and ano., trustees of Caro- 
line I. Satchell. July 1. nom 

Istav, No. 418, e s, 24.8x100, four story brick 
store and tenem't and four story brick tene- 
ment on rear. Benedict A. Klein to Jonas 
Weil and Bernhard Mayer. Mort. $14,000. 
July fi. 19,500 

1st av. No. 1328, e .», 37.3 n 71st st, 25x75, four- 
story brick tenem's with stores. Ferdinand 
Bloch to Herman Mandelbaum. Morts. $11,- 
000. July 3. 17,500 

Istav, No. 418, es, 74 n 24th st, 24.8x100. Agnes 
wife of John Geib to Benedict A. Klein. 
Mort. $10,(0 •. Julyl. 19,.50O 

1st av. No. 663, s w cor 38th st, 35x75, four-story 
brick store and tenem't. Samuel Eddy to 
James C. Smith, Smithtown, L. I. Mort. 
$15,000. July 5. 23,000 

1st »v, s w cor 91st st, 50.8x100, vacant. I 

91st st, s s, 100 w Istav, 150x100 8, vacant. f 
Samuel Weil to Susan Sullivan. Mort. 
$23,1500, taxes, &c. June 15. Corrects error 
in issue of June 25. 60,( 00 

2d av. No. 852, w s, 75.5 n 45th st, 35x100, 
five-story brick store and tenem't. George J. 
Hartung to Henry B. Pye, Brooklyn. Mort. 
$6,500. June 15. 28,000 

2d av. No. 947, w s, 40.5 n 51st st, 20x70, three- 
story brick (stone front) dwell'g. John MuUer 
to John Tiedemann. July 1. 15,000 

2d av. No. 1574, e s, 21.8 s 82d st, 30x64, four- 
story atone front tenem't with sliores. Fried- 
rich Werner lO Levy Arnheimer and Moses 
Oppeuheim. Morts. $12,000. Julyl. 20,700 

2d av. No. 534, e s, 60 s 3lith st, 20x75.9, three- 
storv brick store and dwell'g. Thomas Cur- 
ran to Pauline wife of Julius Knopf. Mort. 
$9,001/. July 6. 14,500 

3d av. No. 1167, w s, 74 n 61st st, runs west 73 x 
north 8 5 X west 13 x north 18 x east 85 to av, 
X south 26 5, four-story stone front tenem't 
with stores. Foreclos. William A. Wolff to 
Elizabeth wife of and William Cushing. Mar. 
17. 3:^,' 00 

3d av and 65th st. A greement to secure light 
and ventilation. Patrick and James F. Mc- 
Manus with Health Department, New York. 
July 7. nom 

3d av, Nos. 1801-1805. n e cor 100th st, 75.9x100, 
three five-story brick flats with stores. Adolph 
M. Bendbeim to Henry Lesinsky. Morts. 
$68,000. June SO. val. consid and 90,000 

3d av, Nos. 1107 and 1109, s e cor 65th st, 50.5] 
xlOj, two two story brick buildings with I 
stores. \ 

65th st. No. 204, s s, 105 e Sd av, 35x100.5, one- 
story frame, building. j 
Jacob Korn to Patrick and James F. Mc- 
Manus. Mort $44,000. April 30. 65,500 

5th 8v, No. 4.39, s e cor 39lh st, 24.9x100, four- | 
story brown stone front store and dwell'g. ( 

39th st. No. 3, s s, 100 e 5th av, 25x49.5, three- f 
story brick stable. Sub. to morts. $90,000. i 
Lydia G. McMullen to William I Preston. 
Contract to exchange for following: 49th st, 
s s, 135.2 w nth av, runs south 44 x east 0.3 x 
south 56.5 X west 100 x south 100.5 to 48th st, 
X west 35 X north 71.5 x northwest 9.4 x west 
17 X north 133.7 to 49th st, x east 149.10, five- 
story brick malt house and one-story frame 
stable on 49th st and one story brick and 
frame stables on 4Sth st, with machinery, &c. 
Morts. $50,000 and cash. July 3. See 49th 
St. 22,5C0 

5th av, Nos. 53 and 55, n e cor 12th st, runs 
north 131,6 x east 100 x south 38.4 x east 50 x 
south 103 3 to st, X west 150 to beginning, two 
three story stone front dwell'gs, Alexander 
Maitlaud et al., exrs. Henrietta A. Lenox, to 
Board of Home Missions and Board of For- 
eign Missions Presbyterian Church. June 89. 

850,000 

Same property. Rachel L. Kennedy, Alexander 
and Robert L. Maitland, devisees Henrietta 
Maitlaud, to same. Q. C. June 10. nom 

7th av, s w cor 131st st, 100.11x100, vacant. I 

131st st, s s, 100 w 7th av, 25x100.11, vacant. ( 
Frederick Buse to Edward Oppcnheimer and 
Isaac Metzger. Morts. $34,0U0. July 6. 62,250 

7th av, north cor Greenwich av, runs north 90 x 
northeast 100 x southeast 25.6 to 7th av, x 
southwest 103 8 x southwest IS to beginning; 
Nos. 8 and 4 7th av, two four-story brick 
stables; Nos. 74 and 76 Greenwich av, two 
two-story brick stables. Partition. William 
V. Leary, ref., to John J. Hammond. July 1. 

60,600 

7th av. No. 881, n e cor 56th st, 35.10x100, five- 
story brick tenem't with stores on av and four- 
story brick tenem't with store on st. William 
De Lamater, New York, and Caroline De 
Lamater, widow, Moodna, Orange Co., to 
Jacob Cohen. June SO. 40,C00 

7th av, n e cor 133d st. Agreement to secure 
light and ventilation. Patrick Ryan with 
Health Department, New York. July 5. nom 

8th av (Central Park West), w s, 35.11 n 106th 
St. 50x100, vacant. Isidor Cohnfeld to Will- 
iam Lalor. Mort. $8,120. June 15. 19,100 

8th av, ws, 75.11 n 106th st, 3.5x100. Release 
mort. Manhattan Life Ins. Co. to Isidor 
Cohnfeld. June 24. 7.000 

Same property. Isidor Cohnfeld to Vernon K. 
Stevenson. July 7. 13,000 

8th av, w s, extends from 145th to 146th st, 
199.10x325 to New av or Public Drive— block, 
vacant. William J. Gessner to Nathan Wise 
and Julius G. MUler, Morts. $36,000. Dee. 
10, 1886. ■ 130,000 



July 9, 1887 



The Record and Guide. 



931 



Same property. Nathau Wise ami Julius G. 
Miller to Francis J. Schnugg. Morts. S40,- 
003. June 30. SeeSothst. 175,000 

9th av, No. ISil, n w cor 10.5th st, 25.11x75, 
five-story brick flat with store. Patrick C. 
Jackman to William Braades. Mort. $16,.50O. 
July 3. " 35,500 

9th av, n e cor 97th et, 25.5x100. Newman 
Cowen to Max Danziger. )4 P*rt. Taxes, 
assessments, &c. June 1. consid. omitted 

9th av, s e cor 9Sth st, 25.5x100. 1 

9th av, e s, 35.5 n 97th st, 101x100. f 

Max Danziger to Newman Cowen. }i part. 
All liens. June 1. 27,500 

9th av, s e cor 98th st, 25.5x100, vacant. i 

9th av, n e cor 97th st, 121). 5x100, vacant. \ 

Newman Cowen and Max Danziger to Bella 
Hoffstadt. June 1. 84,t0) 

9th av. No. 1801, w s, 25.11 s e9th st, 35x7.5, five- 
story brick store and tenem't. John Welcker 
to Bernard Tielemann. Morts. 118,000 and 
assessments. June 25. 35,0)0 

9th av. No. 1843, w s, 25. 11 n 105th et, 25x75, 
five-etory brick tenem't with stores. Lorenz 
Weiher, New Rocbolle, to Emanuel Heilner. 
Mort. $13,000. June 13. See 10th av. 24,000 

9th av, No. 1746, e s, 50.5 n ]0)th st, 25.3x100, 
four-story brick tenem't with stores. Chris- 
tian Blinn, Jr., to Giovani B. Ughetta. Mort. 
«14,000. June 37. 20,500 

9th av, e s, 50.5 n 100th st, 35.3x100. Release 
judgment. Curtis P. Harmon to Julia 
Kenaud. Dec. 21, 1880. nom 

10th av. No. 9J9, s w cor 61th st, 25.5x100, five- 
story brick {stone front) flit with store. 
Margaret A. Brennan to Daniel Verden- 
halven. Mort. fSB.OCO. July 7. 45,C00 

10th av, e s, 50 n lOM st. Agreement as to sup- 
erintending erection of buildings and convey- 
ance of same on completion. Frederick 
Bchmidt with Max Rodding. Feb. 11. nom 

lOth av, e s, 74.1 n 26th st, 34.8x100. Maria L. 
wife of Jacob Graff to Charles F. Schellen- 
berg. Q. C. June 23. nom 

10th av. No. 927, w s, 35.5 3 60th st, 33x100, five- 
story stone front flat with store. Margaret 
A. Brennan to Bryan L. Kennelly. Mort. 
*1S,000. July 1. 34,000 

10th av, s e cor 78th st, 78.8x100, vacant. Dan- 
iel 8. Slawson to Loton Horton. }i part. 
Mort. 110,000. June 30. 15,000 

10:h av, n e cor SOth st, 103 3x100, vacant. Ed- 
ward Hirsh to John P. Thornton. Bub. to 
morts. June 30. 54,500 

10th av. No. 1768, e s, 50.11 n 101st st, 35x100, 
five-story brick tenem't with stores. Frank- 
lin A. Thurston to Henry Walger. Mort. 

$17,000. July 1. 33,aeo 

10th av. No. 1770, e s, 75.11 n 101st, 25x100, five- 
story brick tenem't with stores. Bame to 
Kaiharina wife of George Koch. Morts. 
$17,000. Julyl. 22,300 

10th av, e s, 24 11 s 15 1st, 75x100, vacant. Jacob 
K. Lockman, oxr. Richard C. Sage, to Eman- 
uel Heilner. June 31. 17,7.50 

Same property. Emanuel Heilner to Lorenz 
Weiher, New Rochelle. Mort. $10,650. June 
30. See 9th av. 24,.=,00 

10th av. g w cor 165th st. 13x— to 165th st, x 63. 
Elizabeth Hafner, widow, to William B. 
Dick. July 1. 3,250 

Same property. Release judgment. Henry 
A. Brann to Elizabeth Hafner. June 29. nom 

10th av, e s, 75 n 16M st, 35x100, vacant. Pat- 
rick H. Whalen to George R. Schieffelin. 
July 1. 5,300 

10th av, w s, 74.11 n 130th st, runs west 100 x 
north about 8 x northeast to point 93 w of 
10th av and 99. 11 n 130th st, x east 93 to lOth 
av X south 35, two-story frame dwell'g. 
Catharine wife of Thomas F. McAvoy 
devisee of Richard Dowling to Thomas F. 
Murray. July 5. 7,000 

10th av, No. 1638, s e cor 95th st, 35.8x83, flve- 
story brick flat with store. Philip Hauseman 
to Frederck Horling. Mort. $31,0u0. July]. 

38,000 

Uth av, s e cor 171ft st, 20x100, vacant. Henry 
F. Shoemaker to Minnie T. wife of William 
A. Bhelton. C. a. G. June 2S. nom 

11th av, No. 423, w s, 24 9 n 35th st, 34.8x100, 
four- story brick factory. Theodore B. Chase 
to N. Y. Central & H. R. R. R. June 29. 16.000 

niSCELLilVEOUS. 

General assignm't for benefit of creditors. 
Jonas Baenger to Henry Widmayer. June 9. 

nom 

General assignment for benefit of creditors, 
Richard W. Myers to Joseph B. Bunce. nom 

Order appointing H. A. Cohen recvr. in action 
pending in Supreme Court. Amelia Till- 
mann agt Charles Tillmaun, and restraining 
defendant from transferring or otherwise dis- 
posing of his property. June 24. 

Release of all claims against estate of Louis A. 
Schellenberg. Charles F. Schellenlierg and 
Maria L. Graff, formerly Schellenberg, to 
August L. Hempf, formerly Schellenberg, 
Individ, and as exr. of Louis A. Schellen- 
berg. June 23. val 

Satisfaction of mortgage recorded aa a deed. 
Henry Wiener, Philadelphia, Pa. , to Anthony 
McQuade. June 7. 8,000 

J'art of lands described in mortgage which lie 
between Sedgwick av and next proposed 
pu'allel av lying immediately west llierelroni, 
including portion of Sedgwick av and next 
proposed parallel av lying immediately west 
therefrom, adjacent to lands released to the 
centre of said ave. Release mort. Mary A. 



Peck, widow, to John H. Reed and Tecca N. 
Peck. July 1. 7,000 

33d and 2ith WARDS. 

Bristow st, e s, 275 n Jennings st, 25x100. 
Henry D. Tiffany to John Sheehan and Mary 
his wife. June 27. 6"0 

Cottage st, n e s, 632 s e Morris av, 18x64 xlOOx 
168 X southwest 148. George G. Coffin to 
George G. Bauer. Mort. $4..'.0). May 18 8,000 

Cbestuut st, lot 26 map T. Walters property. 
West Farms, 25x143x28x143.8. Caroline C. 
Banks, widow, Paterson, N. Y., to James 
Livingston. July 6. 355 

Frederick st, e s, 200 n Bayard st, 50x87.6. 
Henry M. Bower, Charlotte J. Montanye, 
Coralyn B. Waterbury and Josephine A. 
Young to Melissa wife of Edward H. Mead. 
June 30. 5C0 

Gouverneur st, n s, 175.3 e Morris av, 35x117.3. 
Lawrence Ryan to Katie Klein. June 30. 

4,.W0 

Jacob st, n s, 850 w Hoffman st, runs west lOD 
to Elizabeth st, x — to Bayard st, x east 100 
X — to beginning. Contract. Charles Bur- 
den to Rob»rt L. Harrison. June 30. 4,500 

Morris st, s s, 100 w Madison av, 35x135. Sarah 
wife of Simon Danzig, to Eleanor L. (other- 
wise Laura) wife of Xheodor L. Roz. July 
3. 5,'003 

Poepl, w s, 177 n Coles pi, 36.9x117.6x36. lOx 
119. James Cole to Dennis O'Neil and Julia 
his wife, joint tenants. July 1. 435 

Poe pi, w s," 303.9 n Coles pi, 53 6x133x43.10x119. 
James Cole to Bridget Menning. June 13. 850 

Pyne st, w s, 300 s Bayard st, 50x100. Henry A. 
Bowyer, Charlotte J. Montanye, Coralyn B. 
Waterbury and Josephine A. Young to Mich- 
ael Mahler. June 'i). 700 

Ryer st, w s. 235 s Irving st, 50x100. Philip A. 
Greene, Birmingham, Ala., to John Cusack. 
June 24. 800 

Samuel st, n e s, 133 n w Franklin av, 66x1.50. 
Caroline C. Banks, widow, to John F. Crotty. 
July 6. 540 

Virginia st, proposed, w s, indeft, 73xl35x73.9x 
135. Thomas Bassford to Ellen T. wife of 
John S. Daniels. B. & S. July 3. 25 

137th st, n s, 737.0 e Willis av, runs north 100 x 
east 16 6 X south 25 x east 66 to Brown pi, x 
south 75 to st, X west S3 6 to beginning. Will- 
iam Cauldwell to John C. Bushfield. June 
27. 8.939 

14?d st, s s, 275 6 Willis av, 25x100. i-'amuel P. 
Pease to Ferdinand V. Morrison. June 30. 1 ,.500 

149th st, s s, 155.5 w Passage av, 38x4(1 to Port 
Morris Branch R. R property, x 36 x 65. 
Foieclos. James C. de la Mare to Joseph Abb. 
June 10. 2,375 

153d st, n 8, 255.8 w Sd av, 25x100. Minnie L. 
wife of James H. Riley to Maria wife of and 
Francis Bleha. July 1. 6,850 

1.56th st, s 9, 100.6 e Eagle av, 35x100. Chas. A. 
Stadler to Rose wife of Julius Baran. June 
23. 1.200 

156th st, s s, 53.6 e Eagle av, 50x100. Same to 
Thomas T. Sweetser. June 23. 3,350 

I61d st, n e s, part of the s w ]iot lot 7 map 
Morrisania, 75x317,8. Harvey N. Hitchcock 
to John G. Dautel and Gottlieb Jetter, tenants 
in common. July 5. 9,500 

16Sth st, n e s, 296.11 s e Boston av, before wid- 
ening, 35x158. Anna M. Lohr, formerly 
■ Hamer, to James Horau. JuW 5. 3,CO0 

169th st, s s, 35 e of centre of Mill brook, runs 
south 35 X west 25x25x25. Jacob Pfeiffer to 
John Eichler. July I. 950 

171st st, s s, 173 w North 3d av, 72x100. Parti- 
tion. John Whalen to Michael Casey. Julv 
6. 3,975 

179th st, n 8, 35 e Madison av, 25x108. Emma 
E. wife of Richard A. Finn, by W. C. Cox, 
guard., to Dominick Stanislaw. June SO. 

consid. omitted 

Same property. Susan McEvoy, widow, and 
James J. McEvoy to same. June 31. 1,(00 

Av B, e s, 4 J5 s Irving st, 50x300 to Ryer st. 
Philip A. Greene, Birmingham, Ala., to Sam- 
uel M. Bixby. June 24. 2,( 00 

Belmont av, s e 8, 80.3 n e John st, 35.lxl55.6x 
35x151.8. Caroline C. Banks, widow, to Paul 
A. Hartnett. July 6. • 340 

Belmont av, s e s, 115.5 n e John st, 35. 1x159. .5x 
35x155,6. Same to James D. Mahoney. July 
6. 340 

Belmont av, s e s, 1.50.5 n e John st, 3.5.1x163.11 
x35xl59.5. Same to Henry V. Walsh. July 
6. 240 

Belmont av, s e s, 185.6 n e John st, 35.lxl68.5x 
35x163,11. Same to Hibbert B. Roach. July 

0. 240 
Beirian av, se s, lots 196, 324 and part 225 map 

part Chas. Berrian's farm, Fordham, 50x205, 
to Av A, x51. 4x217.1, hs & Is. Michael De- 
laney to Martin Bleser and Luise his wife, 
joint tenants. July 3. 3,375 

Cambreling av, w s, lots 350 - 356 inclus. map 
of property of S. Cambreleng and ano, , Ford- 
ham. William J. Barnes to Frederick W. 
Flannery. July 1. nom 

Cambreling av. e s, 3S3.3 a Pelham av, 25x100. 
Timothy J. Dolau to Frank K. Hain. July 

1. 400 
Cambreling av, e s, 257.2 s Pelham av, 25x100. 

Same to William T. Gonndie. Julyl. 400 

Cambreling av, e s. 2323 s Pelham av, 35x100. 
Henry Towner to William T. Gonndie. July 
1. -100 

Cambreling av, n e cor William st, runs north 
100 X east 10.5.4 to Crescent av. x southwest 
128.4 to William st, x west 35. Henry M. 
Bower, Charlotte J. Montanye, Coralyn B. 



Waterbury and Josephine A. Young to Will- 
iam D. Carroll. June 30. 909 

Cauldwell av. e cor Boston av, runs northeast 
14 6 x east 93.3 x south 30 x west 100 to Cauld- 
well av, X northeast 17.8 to beginning. John 
L. Parshall to Pha-ba E. wife o£ Edward H. 
Holden. July 1. 7,183 

Cauldwell av, e s, 17.8 s Boston av, 35x100. 
Same to John E. Williams. July 1. 8,713 

College av, s e s, south '.^ of lot 134 map Mott 
Haven, 35x100, h &1. VViiliara Rosenwald to 
Johanna Blockhaus. Mort. $1,503. July 1. 

4,000 

Courtlandt av, e s, 50 n 149th st, 25x100. 
George Steinbrecher to William Roach and 
Katharine his wife. M. $3.00 I. July 5. 10.500 

Daly av, s e s, 363 n e Tremont av, 86x1.52.5x17 
x98xl68.5. Caroline C. Banks, widow, to 
Ignaz Rosenberg. July 6. 8)0 

Daly av, s e s, 538 n e Tremont av, 55xlC8,6. 
Same to Arthur K. Butler. July 6. 515 

Franklin av, s e s, 290.5 s w Jefferson st, 30 )x 
lOS.ll. Francis Huerstel to Edmond Huers- 
tel. B. & S. and C. a. G. Correction deed. 
}.< part, and all title. June 25. .500 

Franklin av, s e s, 290.5 s w Jefferson st, 33.1Ix 
150. Edmond Huerstel to Thomas G. Dod- 
worth. June 9. 2,850 

Lexington av, s w cor 174th st, 100x101. Lou- 
isa A. Lightbody to Denis Dorgau. JuK " 

'3,000 

Lafayette av, w s, lot 74 map village Moum. 
Hope, 100x100. James R. Patterson, Ala- 
meda, Cal., and Mary C. P. wife of John 
Chapin, Oakland, Cal., to Simon Danzig 
March 30. 380 

Lincoln av, s e cor 138th st, 100x10). John 
McLoughlin to Dominic O'Reilly and Edward 
Uallan. July 6. 40,000 

Mapes av, s e s, .?96 n e Samuel st, 33x15^. Car- 
oline C. Banks, widow, to John J, Quiglev 
July 6. ■ 870 

Mapes av, s e s, 429 n e Samuel st, 33x150. SamM 
to Ignaz Rosenberg. July 6. 365 

Mohegan av, s e s, 365 n e Samuel st, 64x150 4x 
53x150. Same to Anna R. Mahnken. July 
8. 700 

Morris av, s e cor 155th st, 200 to 154th st, x95.3. 
William Y. Mortimer to Henry K. Leslie. 
June 38. 16,270 

Morris av. e s, extends from 154th st to 155th 
st, 3 10x95.3. Henry K. Leslie to Mary A. 
Walker. Morts. $11,389. June 39. nom 

North od (Fordham) av, e s, 364 s 170th st, 25x 
20!».7. Catharine wife of Frederick Kleink- 
necht to Antonia Piering. July 5. 7,300 

Same property. Catherine Pierre to Catharine 
Kleiuknecht. B. & 8. June 8 nom 

Prospect av, n w s, 133 n e John st, 33x150. 
Caroline C. Banks, widow, to Mary Dugan, 
July 6. 385 

Railroad av, east cor 185th st, runs northeast 
190 X southeast 248 x southwest 73.6 x north- 
west 13 J X southwest 100 to 165th st, x north- 
west 20X Jane Heckel, extrx. and trustee 
John Heckel, to Simon and Max Scheuer. 
(eaanls in o?mmon. July (•. 13,C00 

Same property. Jane Heckel, widow, to same 
All title. B. & S. July 8. nom 

Robbins av, s e s, 59 s w Pontiac st, 34x105. 
Catharine Balz, widow, to Frederick Ernst 
and Amalia his wife. July 2. 1,800 

Stebbins av, w s, ICO u Jennings st, 35x100. 
Henry D. Tiffany to Elizabeth Lancester. 
June 37. 600 

St. Anns av, e s, 400 s 1.56th st, 50x91 Charles 
A. Stadler to Alvin T. Beck. June 33. 3,40) 

St. Anns av, e s, .300 s 1.56th st, 75x90. i 

Eagle av, w a, £00 s 1.56Lh st, 75x90. f 

Charles A. Stadler to Samuel Ulmarand Dav- 
id Werdenschlag. June 33. 8.5.50 

Tiebout av, e s, 850 n Clark st, .300x346.7x3)3.7 
x201. Bessie Pite wife of Henry A,, for- 
merly Alker, an heir of Augusta Alker, and 
Napoleon and Eugene Alker, heirs Eugene 
Alker, to Henry U. Berrian, exr. Anna L. 
Berrian. Q, C. Jan. 18. nom 

Walton av, n e s, 300 se Orchard st. 25x203,1 1 
to Southern Boulevard, x25x3i3.6. Also i 

Lot begins at point 300 s e Orchard st, 10 i.5 n I 
e Walton av, runs northeast .50.2 x south- ' 
east 97.8 to Berrian av, x southwest 49.9 x 
northwest 97', 8 to beginning. J 

Frederick A. Happy to S. Sumfer L. Happv. 
June 30. nom 

Walton av, ws, 74,3 n 1.50th st 35.2x90,3x35.3x 
90, h & 1. Peter Dobson to Henry L. Morris. 
Mort. $3,500. July 6. 5,000 

Washington av, w s. lot 39 map village of Mor- 
risania, 34x150, Elizabeth A. McGraw, wid- 
ow, Mary E. McGraw and Susan B, wife of 
Theodore C. Bacon, heirs Nicholas McGraw, 
to August Altenkirck. Ro recorded. Jan. 
33, 1806. 55) 

Willis av, e s, 75 n 14.5th st, 50x100. | 

Willis av, w s. 25 n 14.5th st, .50x106. f 

Henrietta V. wife of Andrew Daryea to Wil- 
liam Crawford. Re recorded. Feb. 27, V' 

8,000 

Willis av, w ?, 35 n 145th st, 5)xl06. Sarau 
Crawford to Isaac Levy. July 3. 8,903 

Woodruff av, n s, 331.8 e Boston road, 37,8x181, 
h & 1. James Angus to William Brown and 
Mary A. his wife. July 1. 3,300 

3d av, s w cor 145th st, runs south 58.6 x west 
80 x south 30 X west 30 x north 78.8 to 145th 
Et. X east KO, hs & Is. David Shear, Warren, 
Pa., to Aiiiiio riser. >.; part. Morts, ?. 2 of 
$I9.0JO. June 17. ' nom 

3d av, s w cor 1.59th st, 135x100. Franklin A. 
Wilcox to Josephine L, Peyton. Mort. 
110,000, Junes. (0 88,000 



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3d av, e s, 174.11 a from angle on av nearly op- 
posite 159th st, 25x159 6 to Brook av, x25x 
167. Partition. Morgan J. O'Brien to 
Anna M. wife of Thomas Pender. May 1. 5 000 

3d av, s 8, 59 6 Brook av, runs south 118 x west 70 
to Brook av, x again west 80 to N. Y. & Har- 
lem R. R. Co.'s land, x norlh — to 3d av, x 
east 15 to Brook av, x east — x east .59 to be- 
ginning. David Tetzlaff to Thomas Falvey. 
Mort. »6,000. June 16. 15,(J0a 

Harlem R. R.. w s, lot 161 map Morrisania, 1 
— to centre Mill Brook, x — x — x — . I 

New York and Harlem R. R., n w s, lot 163 I 
map Morrisania, runs northwest 301 to | 
centre Mill Brook, x northeast 74 x south- 
east 293 to R. R., X southwest 75. J 
Maria L. and Julia A. Fiegel, by Augusta 
Fiegel, guard., to Jacob Pfeiffer. May 2. U.OOO 

West Faims road, s e s, 523.7 n e Lyon st, 1 
145.3x358.5x1(10.5x357. 1 

Main st, w s, 155.9 s West Farms road, 150x ( 
235 J 

William J. Barnes to John J. Brady. % 
part. B. & S. and C. a. G. yi morts. June 
24^ nom 

Indeft parcel, adj Wilson in 24th Ward, 68.Hx 
83 3x74x86 James and A bram T. Buckhout 
to Maria L. ScbuU. M. $1.20 ». July 1. 1,650 
LEASEHO&D COiVVETANCES. 

William st, n w s, 123 3 n e John st, 40s95.10x 
36 6x5.6x1 6 x southeast 89.5. Reformed 
Prot. Dutch Church, New York, to Mary J. 
Pomeroy. Southport, Conn. 21 years, from 
May 1, 1887, per year, taxes, &c., and 1,9C0 

7th st, s s, ;-66 5 e Av A, 20.8x90.10. Assign, 
lease William Dauth to John H. Miller. 17.450 

14th st, n s, 94 w Av A, 25x103 3. Charles F. 
Southmayd etal., trustees for William Astor, 
to Gustav Uhlig and Anna his wife. 20 years, 
from May 1, 1887, per year, taxes, &c., snd 550 

Same property. Assign. lease. Gustav Uulig 
and Anna his wife to William Dauth and 
Kate his wife. 14,250 

33d st, n s, 318 w 3d av, 26x98.9. Mortimer 
Smith to Anton Markert. 16 years and 11 
months, from June 1, 1887, per year, taxes, 
&c., and ^ 1,300 

27th st, n s, 87.8 w Broadway, runs north 58.3 
X north again 35 x west 17 x south 76.3 to st, 
X east v:5. William R Morgan to Henry M. 
Schieffelin. 21 years, from Nov. 1, 1887, per 
year, taxes, &c., and 2.100 

46th st. No. 315 W. Assign, lease. Mary E. 
Campell to James Fay. 7,500 

3d av, w s, 129.1 from Uth st. Consent to 
assign lease. Rutherford Btuyvesant to Will- 
iam F. Schneider. nom 

5th av, w s, 35.5 n 50th st, runs west 65 x north 
3.1 X west 66 x north 18.11 x east 131 to av, x 
Bcuth 32. Trustees Columlia College to Henry 
F. fpaulding. 21 years, from May 1, 1886, per 
year, taxes, &c., and 1,875 

10th av, w s, 20 1 s 56th st, 20.1x80. Assign, 
lease Edward V. Loew to William Giebel- 
haus. 9 500 

lOih av. No. 284, e s, 74.1 n 2Bth st, 24.8x100. 
Life lease. Charles F. Schelleuberg to Augusta 
L. He apt. June 22, per year, taxes, &c., and 
int. on existing mortgage and 480 
< * » 

KINGS cornvTr. 

June 30, Jdlt 1, 2, 4, 5, 6. 

Arlington pi, e s, 3 ) n Macon st, 30x80. Su- 
sannah E. C. wife of Walter C. Russell to 
Charles H. Eldred. Mort. $2,500. $10,500 

Ashford pi, e s, 382.6 s Fulton av, 25x100. Hen- 
riette wife of Cbristopf Treu to John G. 
Schreiaer and Katharine his wife. Mort. 
$800. 2,000 

Ashford st, e s, 135 s Arlington av, 50x100, hs & 
1. James 1. Newman to J e-xsie Speck. Q C. 6C0 

Adams st, s s, f26,l w Coney Island plank 
road, 25x102.4, Flatbush. Rebecca wife it 
Hoyt Palmer to Julia wife of John Larken. 
Mort. «L,500. 1874. 4,000 

Adams st, s s, 125 s Division av, 50x100. Ed- 
ward P. Linton to James I. Newman and 
Jessie Speck. I,tl00 

Same property. Sarah Stoothoff et al. to Ed- 
ward F. Linton. Release mort. 500 

Adelphi st, w s, 218 s Greene av, 18.8x100, h & 
1. Jane R. and Mary B. Smith and Mai-y L. 
Chapman to Carrie B. Hunt. Q C. nom 

Baiubridge st, n s, 339 w Rcid av, i8xl00, h & 1. 
Thomas Lindsay to Louis R. Harsba, New 
York. 3,250 

Baltic st, n s, 173 e Clinton st, 24.3x99. 10. Theo- 
dore L. A. Hell wig to Sophie wife of Gustav e 
A. MuUer. .Mort. $4,i 0<. 7,800 

Bergen st, n s, 381 e Nostrand av, 19x107.2, h 
& 1. Nicholas Toerge to Sarah E. wife tf 
Horatio B. Elkins. Correction deed. 10,500 

Beigen st, s s, 303 w Qiica av, 39x127,9. 
Jacob Klemm to Jacob Frauzen and barbara 
his wife. other consid and 170 

Bergen st. No. 1548. Agreement to move house 
t'l rear of lot. Jacob Frauzen with Jacob 
Klemm for use of party of second part during 
lite in consm. of conveyance, &c. 

Bleecker st, n w s, 362.6 n e Evergreen av, 37. 6x 
loo. Amiie M. wite of Robert S. Seberry to 
Lewis J. W orth and Catharine his wife. As- 
sessment, &c. 1,200 

Boerum st, u s, 175 e Humboldt st, 25x100, h & 
1, Barbara, Mary, Tberesla, Elizabeth and 
Paul Kerling and Walburga wife of Andrew 
Herbat, heirs Fraucis Kerling, to Joseph 
Kerling. All title. Q. C. nom. 

Same pioperty. Josepu Kerling, exr. Francis 

Kerliug, to Joseph Kerling. 5,u00 

Bogarc st, n w cor Btagg st, lOOx— x— x68.7. 
Mary S. wife of Charles R. Baker and heir 
Chas. Schenck to George Engelhardt. 1,950 



Broadway, n e s, 75 n w Melrcse late Adams st, 
25x100, h & 1. Sara wife of Herman Stem- 
berg to John M. Otto. Morts. $3,308. 1".601 
Broadway, s w cor Sheffleld av, lOOxKO. Will- 
iam C. Clark, New York, exr. Margt. Sander- 
son, to Edwin A. McAlpin. Sing Sing. 3,000 

Broadway, north cor Stewart st, 50x1 1/2 7x50' 

X103.1. 
Cooper st or av, n w s, 235 n e Bushwick av, 
runs northeast 96.6 x northwest 100 x north- 
east 16 X southeast ICO to Cooper st or av. x 
northeast 112.6 x northwest 200 to Van 
Voorhis st, x southwest 335 x southeast 200. 
Walter E. Maryatt to Mary I. wile of Sidney 
G. Poole. Con6rmatory. 250 

Carroll st, s s, 1)26 e 8th av. 33.2x74.1x315x 
72.7. Oscar D. Munn to Harvey Murdock. 
B. & S. and C. a. G. 4,629 

Same property. Harvey Murdock to Henry 
Remington. B. & 8. 4,630 

Chestnut st, w s. 522 s Brooklyn and Jamaica 
pike, 50x302.7 to Rapalye st, x.'0x3('3. Joseph 
W. Duryee and Sarah Freeborn, New York, 
to William U. Harris. nom 

Same property. William H. Harris to George 
A. Stimpson. B. & S. 6C0 

Same property. George A. Stimpson to Ed- 
ward R Vollmer. 1,000 

CUfton pi, 8 s, 581.4 w Nostrand av, 18 8x100, h 
& 1. Joseph P. Fuels to Franc E. wife of 
William Andrews. Q. C. nom 

Central pi, n e s, 219,10 s e Greene av, 17.3x130 
x22.2xl20.1. John H. Voorhees to Peter 
Johnson. C. a G. 4,600 

Same property. Peter Johnson to Konrad Von- 
hof. 4,600 

Centre st, e s, abt 175 s e New York av, 50x100. 
George Fassnacht to Gustav Koch. 3,500 

Cbauncey st, n s, 108 4 w Ralph av, 16 8x41, 
also all title in old Brooklyn and Jamaica pike. 
Baldwin Pettit to John McKay. Mort. $l,5ii0. 

2,000 

Chauncev st, s s, 311.5 e Rockaway av, runs 
south 100 X east 91.5 x north 7.5 to centre old 
road, X northwest 128.3. Alfred J. Pouch to 
Mary C. Thomson. 1,100 

Covert st, n a, 115e Bushwick av, 15x100. Vir- 
gil Case to William G. Dillingham. Morts. 
*2,350. 2,600 

Delmonico pi, No. 17, n e a, 46.1 n w Hopkins st, 
25x92x25x77.9. Thomas and James H. Jac- 
ques, Mary D. Anderson and Margaret J. 
Corby ne, children of E. C. Jacques, to Mary 
Jaiques, widow. gift 

Dodwurth st, s e s, 1.55.4 a w Bushwick av, 25x 
91.6. Philipp J. Koehl to Louise wife of Se- 
bastian Hob. Mort. $1,-400. 4,525 

Di iggs St. w s, 60 n Division av, 21x75. Parti- 
tion. William B. Davenport to George R. 
Aldridge. 4,380 

Duffitfld st, w s, 10 n Myrtle av, 33 6x7.S.3, h & 1. 
Ellen McKiriley to Nancy wile of James 
W illiamson. 5,500 

Dean st, s s, 3(0 e Franklin av, 30x110, h & 1. 
James W. Culver to D. J. Culver. Mort. 
$2,7ii0. nom 

Same property. D. J. Culver to Amy H. Cul- 
ver. Mort $2,70). nom 

Dean st, dtclaration as to compliance with 
covenant. George H. Cook and John C. Wig- 
gins with Bryan M'-Aveney. 

Dean st, s s, 146.10 w Hoyt st, 31.10x100. 
Spencer D. C. Van Bokkelen to William W. 
Niles, N. Y. Q. C. 5,000 

Dean st, n s, 385 w Hoyt st, 20x100. I 

Bergen st, s a, 173.4 w Bond st, 19,5x100. f 

James P. and John J. Crowley, heirs John 
Crowley, to Mary Crowley, widow. G. a. G. 

nom 

Decatur st, n s, 370 e Tompkins av, 20x100, h 
& 1. George Ball, Jr., to Augustus W. blazo 
Morts. $4,buO. 7,090 

Decatur st, n s, 3'0 w Lewis av, 75x100. Simon 
Ash, Jr., to The Board of Education. 5,000 

Devoe st, a s, 200 e Catharine si, 25x127,3, h.& 1. 
Peter Neumann to Franz X. J. Rubtel and 
Ottilie his wife. Mort. $2,250. 4,700 

Devoe st, n e cor Lorimer st, 19.2x75x19.6x75, h 
& 1. Frederick Erhardt to John F. Dreyer. 

6,800 

Douglass st, s s, 325 w Smith st, 25x1 00. Mary A. 
B. Williamson, extrx. and trustee David B. 
Williamson, and heir Mary B. W illiamson, to 
George Russell. nom 

Same propertv. George Rusaell to Louis M. 
Street, N.Y. 5 500 

Douglass st, s s, 40 w Clason av, 35x162. 
Eaward F. Brown to Otto Heideklang. Sub. 
to assemts. 2,000 

Douglass st, No. 104}^, s s, 159 8 w Hoyt at, 15.4 
x'lO. William F., Harriet L. and Annie S., 
widow, bedell. Amy E. Pine and Claudiue B. 
Hegeman to Frederick Ritterbusch. Mort. 
$1,700. 2,800 

Douglass st. No. 106}^, s s, 114 8 w Hoyt st,— x 
7ux 45x70, hs & Is. Same to John Rohmer. 
Mort. $5,100. 8,4J0 

EUery ft, n s, 202.6 e Nostrand av, 37.6x100. 
Foreclos. Cbarles B. Farley to Meta Dahm- 
ken. 1,425 

Elm st, s e s, 340 n e Broadway, 30x69.1, h & 1. 
Henry F. W ehrman to J oseph Zoeellner and 
Helena his wife, joint tenants. 4,500 

Ellery st, s a, 25ii e Marcy av, 25xl06.9x37.2x 
79 3. Edward Olmstead and ano., trustees 
Elihu Cbauncey, dec'd, to George Krebs and 
Barbara his wue, joint tenants. 0. a. G. 4,000 
Ewen st, w a, 50 s Ainsliest, 25x100. Elizabeth 
A. Cnchton wife of Thomas J. to Emma V. 
and i>artth F. McDonald. Q C. nom 

Eckford st, w s, 95 n Norman av, 35x100. Ann 

Dick, widow, to Margaret Cecil. 3,000 

Evergreen pi, n s, 350 w New Jersey av, 10zS25 



to Cemetery. Anna Schwietering, New York, 
to John D. Bennett. Q C. 25 

Sam- property. Philip H. Reid, Jane Ralph. 

widow, and Mary A. Ralph to same Q. C. 50 
Fenimore st, s s, 485 e Rogers av, 40x86.3. Flat- 
bush. John Lefferts to Charles W. Myers. 

400 
Fennimore st, s s, 440 e Nostrand av, 100x87.10 
Xl00x87.8, Flatbush. John Leffertsjto Edwin 
Hardy. 750 

Fennimore st, s s, 585 e Rogers av, 20x86 5, 
Flatbush. John Leflferts to Michael J. Brod- 
erick. 200 

Fennimore st, s s, 265 e Rogers av, 100x86,1x100 
X8.5.10, Flatbush. Same to Harriet D. 
Hughes. 1,000 

Fennimore st, a a, 300 e Nostrand av, 40x87. 5x 
40x87.4, Flatbush. Same to William Bowers. 

300 
Fennimore st, n s, 140 e Nostrand av, 40x100, 

Flatbush. Same to John E. Klodt. 430 

Fennimore st, n a, 3ii5 e Rogers av, 80x100. 

Same to William Campbell. 1,080 

Fennimore st, n a, 420 e Nostrand av, 100x100, 

Flatbush. Same to Morris Isaacs. 875 

Fernald st, s s, 380 e Albany av, 135x100, Flat- 
bush. Christopher C. Watson to Andrew J. 
Joyce. 675 

Floyd st, s s, 315 e Nostrand av, 25x100, h & 1. 
Henry Roth and Leopold Michel to Henry 
Klein and Mary his wife, joint tenants. 
Mort. $3,000. 6,350 

Flojd st, s s, 340 e Nostrand av, 35x100. Henry 
Roth and Leopold Michel to Henry W. Leh- 
man. Mort, $3,000. 7,000 
Fulton st, s s, 60 e Kingston av, 100x100. Clar- 
ence Dickersoa to Joseph D. Willis. 13,500 
Fulton st, 295.5 e Patchen av, 25x57.11x35.1x 
55.3. Frank, Sylvester J., Mary A. and John 
D. Sherman, Newark, N. J., to Nathaniel W. 
Burtis. Mort. $900. 1,700 
Same property. Nathaniel W. Burtis to Will- 
iam G. L. King, New York. Mort, $900. 3,200 
Fulton st, n s, 140 11 w Bedford av, 20xl06.11x 
11,11x^2 6x91.5, h & 1. Elbe Westermann to 
Foster Pettit. Mort. $8,(0^1. 16,000 
Gold st. No. 241, e s, 63.9 s Concord st, 20x67.8 
x20x68.5. Joseph A. and John G. Apgar 
and Ann Apgar, widow, Courtlandt, N. Y., 
Maria A. Wetmore, Portchester, N. Y,, 
Matia M. Ryan and Catharine B. Cook to 
Lowry Somerville. B. & S. nom 
Same property. Joseph A. Apgar, exr. Eliza- 
beth C. Apgar, to same. 2,900 
Grand st, s s, 561.1 e Morgan av, runs south 
319 8 X northeast 83.1 x southeast 118.6 to 
centre of railroad, x northwest 3 '3 11 to 
Grand st, x west 98.3. Martha Banks, Engle- 
wood. N. J., to Charles H. Reynolds. 10 000 
Graham st, No. 121, e s, bet Park and Myrtle 
avs, 2.5x— , h & 1. Silaa B. Condict to Jane 
A. McKenna. 2,562 
Grove st, s e s, 605 a w Central av. 30x100. 

Charles C. Lewis to Isaac W. Morris. 500 

Grove st, s e s, 585 a w Central av, 32x100. 

Isaac W. Morris to Charlea E. Ray nor. 1,300 
Grove at, a e s, 400 a w Central av, 50x11 0. Ann 
E Horton, widow and devisee Abram Hor- 
ton, to James A. Bills. Aasessm'ts, &c. nom 
Halsty st, s s, 375 e Sumner av, 20x100. Mnry 
I. Poole to William Ziegler. Mort. $4,500. 

6,000 
Halsey st, a a, 126 e Reid av, 94x100. Jamea 
Herring to Eliza wife of Joseph J. Day, Jr. 

1,800 
Heyward st, n w s, 370 s w Harrison av, 25x 
100, h & 1, John Auer to Edmund Schissel 
and Johanna his wife. Mort. $3,000. 7,700 

Heyward st, n w s, 395 s w Harrison av, 35ili 0. 

isame to Paul Schissel. Mort. $3,0(0. 7,700 

Hancock st, n a, 128,3 w Ralph av, 16 8x85, h & 
1. Margaret F. wife of William F. Edwards 
to Margaret wife of Christian Wiite. Mort. 
$1,500. S.JflO 

Hancock st, n s, 144.11 w Ralph av, 16.8x&5, h 
& 1. Same to Margaret wife of John Span- 
genberg. Mort $1,5(0. 3,000 

Hancock st, s s, 47, 1 w Throop av. 70x100. Hen- 
ry de Zavala to Edward W. Phillips. 7,000 
Henry st, e s, 60 a Sackett st, 20x78, h & 1. 
Moritz Weil to Mary A. O'Malley. Mort. 
$4,000. 7,250 
Herkimer st, n a, 230 e Ralph av, 20x100. Will- 
iam O. Forreater to James Atchison, New 
York. Mort. $2,000. 3,975 
Herkimer st, n s, 50 w Howard av, 25x100. 
Foreclos. Edwin C. Schaffer to Christiana 
Schaffer. 2.025 
Hewes st, n s, 345 w Harrison av, 20x100. Rob- 
ert Wensley to Christine wife of Henry V. 
Van Loan. Sub. to assessmts. 6,950 
Hlmrod st, s e s, 110 s w Central av, 20x100, h 
& 1. Joseph Ryan to Frederick F. Lucke and 
Louisa his wife. Mort. $2,0(0. 3,600 
Herkimer st, s s, 60 w Troy av, 30x100. Eliza- 
beth wife of Garrett Hariog to Edward F. 
Haynes and Aima his wife, joint tenants. 
Mort. $1,500 4,750 
Highland Boulevard, a a, 174 6 w Barbey st, 
runs west loo x south 134 3 to private way, 
X east 81.3 x northeast on curve along 
Barbey st, X north 1176. Herbert C. Smith 
to Ada P. wife of Ervin G. Gulluer. 4,.',00 
Highland Boulevard, sa, 175 e Barbey at, 87. Ux 
140.6 to Laurel st, x55.7xl28 6. Henry T. 
Danforth, Russell, Kansas, to Ada F. M. wife 
of Ervin G. GoUner. 3 000 
Hoyt st, w s, 44.6 s Sackett st, 15x75, h & 1. 
Joseph C. Hendrix to Joseph McGovern. 
Mort. $3,500. 4,'.75 
Hoyt st, e s, 20 9 n Schermerhom st, 2Ci75. 
Mary A. Geraghty to Christian F. W. Stindt 
and Sarah A. his wife. 6,800 
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Cbarlrs Lohrentz to Charles L. Qroves. Sub. 

to morts. 7,400 

Hall Bt, n s, Sne 3 w Saratoga av, 18.9x100. 

Cbarles Durring to Louis Brandt. Mort. 

$i,ii(l(t. 5,000 

Humboldt st, w s, 75 n Ainslie st, 25x101, h & 

1, Foreclos. Robert Merchant to Siemon 

Schlueter. 3,825 

Imlay st, s e cor Verona st, 25x180 to Van Brunt 

St. Foreclos. George 8. Billings to James 

Lament. 15,200 

Xosciusko st, 8 s, 187.8 w Lewis av, 18 6x100, h 

& 1. John McDicken to John M. and Louisa 

Bensinger, joint tenants. 5,.' 00 

Kosciusko st, n s, 343 w Stuyve?ant av, 14 3x 

10(1, h & 1. Mary A. wife of Willis B. Gond- 

sell, Norwalk. Conn., to Roland F. CoflBn. 

Mort. Sl,200. 2,850 

Kosciusko St. s s, 300 e Eeid av, 25x100, h & 1. 

ttamuel Wells to Margaret wife of Mathias 

Emrich. 2,900 

Lawrence st, No. 70, w b, 170 1 s Johnson st, 

20x107.6. Maria Ann I.inniogton etal., exrs. 

of Stephen Linnington, to Edward J. Dalton. 

.s.floo 

Same property. Edward J. Dalton to Timothy 

B. Linton. C. a. G. 5,900 

Leonard st, w s, 250 s Scholes st, 25x75. George 

Stelz to Peter Friedmann and Margarelh his 

wife. Mort. $1,500, &c. 6,500 

Lorimer st, e s, 50 n Ainslie st, 25x100. William 

H. Miller, Cairo, N. Y., to Clarence Birdsoll. 

3,000 
Lorimer st, w s, 71 n Calyer st, 17x75, h & 1. 

Donald A. Mbnson to Sarah J. wife of Peter 

Burden. Mort. $2,5i 0. 6.500 

Magnolia st or Gates av. s e s, 20 s w Hamburg 

av, 80x75. Walter P. Clayton to John J. 

and George Powell. Mort. 110,000. exch 

Macon st, n s, 240 e Throop av, 20x100, h & 1. 

Joseph E. Hinds to George A. Bennett. 

Mort. $3,500. 7,000 

Macon st, n s, 54.3 w Sumner av, 16 6x100. 

Maria bi. Buckley, widow and sole devisee of 

A. K. Buckley, to Amelia Hall. Mort. $4,50 i. 

6,250 
Same property. Release mort. William J. 

Sayres to Maria E. Buckley. nom 

Madison st, s s, 3.i0 8 w Reid av, 39 4x100, h & 1. 

Bernard Levino to Leo Prange. Mort. $4,000. 

e,.50o 

Mndison st, s s, 335 e Sumner av, 21x100. 
Daniel B. Norris to Matilda Wright. Mort. 
$S,Oi)0. 8,200 

Maple st;^ n s, 385 e Rogers av, 40x'00, Flatbu^h. 
Jnhn Lefferts to Mary J. Collins 500 

Maple st, s s. 545 e Rogers av, 40x100, Flat- 
bush. Same to Henry J. Uaigh. 480 

Maple st, n w cor Nostrand av, 100x100, Flat- 
bush. Same to Thomas H. Flood. 1,300 

Marion st, n s, 225 e Patchea av, 20x100. Par- 
tition. Frank Reynolds to Frederic A. 
Ward. 650 

Marion st, n s, 245 e Patchen av, 80x100. Parti- 
tion. Frank Reynolds to Joseph Ripp. 4,480 

Marion st, n s, 4iK) e Reid av, 25xliiij, h & 1. 
Valentine Schaefer to Ferdinand Martin and 
Caroline his wife. 1 600 

Maujer st, s s, 17.5 e Waterbury st on old map, 
25x95. Bernhard Hanger and Barbara Hau- 
ger, widow, to William Tremkle and Bertha 
his wife, joint tenants. 2,t00 

McDougal st, n s, 2011 w Saratoga av, 25xl0ii. 
Peter Geib to Jacob Geib, Jamaica. 1,.500 

McDonough st, s e s, 22.6 n e Tompkins av, 20x 
90. Augustus W. Blazo to George Ball. Mort. 
$8,0t0. 13,000 

Melrose st late Adams st, n w s, 125 n e Broad- 
way, 2jx100, h & 1. Philip Staudermann to 
Philipp J. Koehl and Magdalena his wife, 
joint tenants. 3,575 

Moirose st, No. 99. Henry Roth to Fanny Drey- 
fu-is. Mort. $3,.5flO. 6,000 

Moore st, s w cor Humboldt st, runs west 25 x 
south 80 X east 1.6 x southeast 21.2 x east 16 6 
to Humboldt st, x north 100, h & 1 Adolph 
Pawel to Irwin Ruh and Elizabeiha his wife. 
Mort $5,5ii0. 9,000 

Monteith at, s s, 50 w Bremen st, 25xK0, h & 1. 
Henry Stubiiig to Michael and Anna Preis- 
ine;. joint tenants. 5 940 

Midwood st, n s, 2i5 e Rogers av, 20x100, Plat- 
hush. John Lefferts to James Dougherty. 250 

Midwood st, n s, 265 e Rogers av, 20x110, Flat- 
bush, Same to Andrew Dougherty. 250 

Miowood st, n s, 245 e Rogers av, 2(1x100, Flat- 
bush. Same to William Dougherty. 250 

Midwood st, n s, 205 e Rogers av, 20x100, Flat- 
bush. Same to Hugh Dougherty. 2.50 

Moore st, s s, 561 e Bushwick av. 25x.55.. 5x2.5. 6x 

56. h & 1. Albrecht, New York, to 

Christixn Epple and Catharina his wife. 2,000 

Navy st, e s, 262.8 n Myrtle av, 25x100. Emily 
L Grey to Julia C. Grey. nom 

Oakland st, e s, 75 s Nasiau av, 25x75, h & i. 
Wilhelmine C. wife of Henry Smith, Jersey 
City, formerly Uojjes, widow, to Conrad 
Meyer. 5,000 

Fellington pi, w s, 322.3 n Jamaica pike, 48.3 
xliMix.5(ix9y 2. Christiana wife of henry 
Miller to J. Quincy Van Ostrand and Fred- 
erick Hopf. 1,250 

Prospect pi, late Warren st, n s, 150 w Rocka- 
way av, 25x127 9. Charles L. Friedel to 
Charles J. Friedel and Maria A. his wife. 250 

Park pi, 8 8, 606.4 w Vanderbilt av, runs south 
100.4 X west 2 7 X southwest i09.9 to Flatbush 
av, X north 9.4 x northea-.t 171 to Park pi, z 
east 65, h & 1. Edwards W. Fiske. Oitawa, 
Kansas, to John T. Pirie Mort. $2,500. 12,(jC0 

Park pi n s, 250 e Clason av, 9 1x131. 1 

Prospcvjt pi, B 8, 224.3 e Clason av, runs south I 
131 X east 39.2 x northeast 36.6 x north 116 f 
to Prospect pi, z west 63, 



Thomas G. Green, Bloomfl^ld, N. J., to 
Sarah K. McGovern. Mort. $8 000. 13,600 

Penn st, s s, 291 w Bedford av, 20x100, h & 1. 
Thomas B Saddington to William Fuchs and 
Mary B. his wife. 7,250 

President st, n e s, 392 n w 5th av, 16x95. 1 

President st, n e s. 440 n w .5th av, 16\9.5. ) 

Ada P. M. wife of Erwin G. Gollner to 
Henry T. Dauforth, of Russell, Kansas. 
Mort. $3,000. 10,000 

President st, n e s, 408 n w 5(h av, 32x95. I 

President St. n e s, 456 n w 5th av, 16x95. ( 

Same to Herbert C. Smith. Ms. $9,000. 15,000 

Pacific st, s w cor Bond st, 25x90. Emma wife 
of John Place to Thomas Grogan. Mort. 
$6,000. 10,500 

Pearl st, e s, 335 s Myrtle av, 35x102.9. Robert 
P. Matthews to Julin- Lehrenkrauss. 8..500 

Pleasant jjI. w s, 112 ^s Herkimer st, 33x97.6. 
Martin Flanagan to Joseph M. Greenwood. 
Mort. $3,200. nom 

Pleasant pi, w s, 113 s Herkimer st, 16x97.6. 
Foreclos. Chas. B. Farley to Martin Flana- 
gan. 1,800 

Pleasant pi, w s, 128 s Herkimer st, 16x97.6. 
Foreclos. Same to same. 1.800 

Pleasant av, w s, 80 s Herkimer st, 16x97.6. 
Fortclos. Same to William A. Locke. 1,800 

Plymouth st, n w cor Little st, 33 7i60x.56x04 6. 
Morris A. Myers, New York, to Samuel Parn- 
son. Q. C. nom 

Same property. Samuel Parnson to George 
W. Slake. Mort. $7,00i>. 11,0C0 

Pulaski st, n s, 168.9 e Sumner av, 18.9x100. 
John G. Price to Richard Magee. 6,200 

Quincy st, n s. 2i5 e Sumner av, 16.8xl(i0. 
Phehe A. Godfrey to John E. Lovely. Mort. 
$4,000. 6,000 

Ross st, n w s, 135 n e L"<e av, 20x1' 0. August 
Branscheid to Philip H. Sheridan. 6,000 

Rapelye st, w s, 1,.5T5 n 3d st, 50x150. John 
Ordronaux to George Beach. 800 

Rapelye st, w s, 750 n 3d st, 35x150. George 
Beach to John J. Wells and Clara C. his wife. 

3,400 

Rutledge st, s e s, 350 s w Harrison av, 28x100, 
h & 1. Carl Fuhrmann to Sarah Shields. 
Mort. $5,000. 11,100 

R^erson st, w s, 384.3 n Myrtle av, 20x100. Ben- 
jamin S. Moorehouse to William Peper. 
Mort. $1,000. 4.400 

Raymond st, lot 9 map J. Moser property, 25x 
51x25.4x.56, map missing, h & 1. David Mc- 
Laughlin to Joseph H. Mahon. 2,' 00 

Russell pi, w s, 105.7 n Atlantic av, 16x97. 
Herbert C. Smith to William T. Duncan. 650 

Scholes st, n s, 81.3 e Lorimer st, 18 i#x6i, h & 
1. Gustave Mothner to Pauline Rosenberg. 
Mort. $2,000. 2,800 

Bchermerhorn st, n s, 157.6 e Bond st, 20x 
10". 9, h & 1. Marshall J. Corbett to Mary O. 
wife of Charles L. Dickinson. 6,0 

Skillman st, e s, 257.9 n Myrtle av, 30x100. 
James Powers to Francis Lynch. Mort. 
$1 200. 2,750 

Skillman st. w s, 365 s Willoughby av, 35x100. 
Bernard Maguire to Abraham P. Forsburg 
and Ellen S. his wife. 3.0)0 

Spencer st, w s, 7S n Willoughby av, 32x80, h 
& 1. Mary Swir, widow, to Thomas Tutty. 2,600 

St. James pi, w s, 55 6 s Gret-ne av, 18.6x10 1. 
Hannah E. Quintard, Greenwich Conn., 
Mary Ij. Hovt, widow, and John A. Quintard, 
heirs J. F. Qmntard, toLevi A. Fuller. Mort. 
$7..5liO. 11,375 

Stockton st, e s, 285 e Marcy av, 25x100. Cath- 
arine wife of George Straub to Jacob Weng- 
ler and Annie his wife. Mort. $3,000. 7,()()0 

Stockton st, s s, 310 e Marcy av, 35xli Catha- 
rina wife of George Straub to Daniel Schuiz 
and Lena L. his wife. Mort. $3,000. 7,000 

Stockton st, s s, 225 e Sumner av, '^.5x100, h & 
1. August Siefers to Charles Hausmann. 
Mort. $12,70' >. 6,0.50 

Stockton st, n s, 300 e Sumner av, 75x100. ) 

Stockton st, n s. 400 e Sumner av, 25x100. ( 
William Wellenberger to Melchior Hoff- 
mann. Morts. $12,00). 36(1.50 

Stockton st, s s, 13 1 e Marcy av, 50x100, hs & 
Is. Catharine wife of George Straub to Paul 
and Frederick Todischinder, joiut tenants. 
Morts. $6,(00. 13,000 

Stockholm st, s s, 85 3 e Myrtle av, 35x93 2 to 
Myrtle av, x35x7l.3, hs & la. Christian and 
Andrew Hahn to Charles Schmidliug and 
JohnCadoo. Mort. $2,0 0. 3.400 

Stockholm st, s w s, 1 10.3 s e Myrtle av. 35x.56 6 
x37. 1x46. 1. Christian and Andrew Haan to 
Enoch Martin. Mort. $1,000. 1,375 

Sands st, at intersection of road and bridge of 
The Wallahout Toll Bridge Co., runs east 
along road and bridge to the pond and land 
of Unitfd States, x north alcng same to 
Sands st, x — , abt % acre. Lydia E. wife 
of Samuel A. ForeaC, St. Paul, Minn., to 
Sarah Dooley. Mort. $4,500. 8,000 

Seeley st, n a, 320 e Middle st, 2r0xl«4 3 to pat 
ent line, x20B. 10x211, h & I, Flatbush. James 
F. Percy, Keyport, N. J., to Thomas H. Rob- 
bins. 10,000 

Stagg st, n 8, 155.4 e Waterbury st, 75xl30.8x | 
75,\114.6. V 

Stagg st, 8 p, 300 e Waterbury at, 75x100. ) 

Mary 8. wife of Charles R. Baker (formerly 
Schenck), heir C. Schenc';, to Magdalena 
Schneider. 5,500 

Stewart st, n w s, 10.3.1 n e Broadway, 16.8x100. 
Rally A. wife of Thomas S Denike to James 
Van Houten. Mort. $2,0(0. 3,800 

Sumpter st, n s, 435 w Patch-^n av. runs north 
100 X west 25 x south 97.1 to Pulton av, x 
east 13 to Sumpter st, x east 12. Conrad 
Wolfram to Frank Saueressig. M. $1,700. 4,500 



Terrace pi, centre line, intersection centre line 
2oth St. runs north 118 to patent line, x east 
382.11 X south 5^.11 to centre Terrace pi, x 
west 340.7, Flatbush. Eliza and Wm. iS. 
Murphv, exrs. Thomas Murphy, to William 
G. Pierson. 1,425 

Troutman st, 8 e s, 88.5 s w Evergreen av. 35x 
116 8x35x116.3. Barbara Thaler to Dominick 
Schonbachler and Josephine his wife. Morts. 
4,01 0. 6 000 

Troutman st, s e s, 167.1 n e Wyckoff av, 35x 
liiO. Mary Higgins, widow, to John H. Van 
Thun. 2C0 

TuliD st, 8 a, 305 e Rogers av, 40x101, Flatbush. 
John Lefferts to Margaret Higgins. 520 

Truxton st. s s, 332 e Stone av, 66x81 in two 
courses to Fulton st, xn6x66 two courses. 
Kernard Mclntee to Julius B. Davenport. 4,500 

Tillary st, n a, 48 6 e Hudson av, 21 9x51.3x31.9 
x47. 10, h & I. James Hennessy to John J. 
Enright. Mort $1,700. 4.340 

Union st, s s, 355. 1 e Rochester av, runs south I 
245 to President st, x east 105.7 x north 344.4 | 
to Union st. x west 104 10. I 

Montgomery st, s s, 89.7 e Brooklyn av, runs f 
south 131.6 X east 23?.3 x north 131.9 tost, x | 
335,9. , 

Cath. N. Curtis, Mary D. and Cath. N. Van 
Gieson and Henry M. Curtis, exrs. Ellen M. 
Skillman, to Charles Hart. 3 160 

Van Buren st, s w cor Sumner av, 34x80, h & 
I. Martha L. Johnson, widow, to Anthony 
Berger. Morts. $7,000. 11,500 

Van Buren st, s s, 280|e Patchen av, runs south 
1(0 X east 40 x south to point 73 n Greene av, 
X southeast 65.3 x south 47.4 to Greene av, 
X east 152.9 to Broadway, x northwest to ■ 
Van Buren st, x west 55 4. 

Patchen av, e s, extends from Greene av to 
Van Buren st. 200x101. 

Henry Weil to Leopold Mich"!, Henry Roth 
and Marx May. 58,5C0 

Van Brunt st. No. 413, e a. 75 s Elizabeth st, 25x 
90. Julius Bindrim, Middlesex, N. .1. , to 
Jacob May. Mort. $3,iiO i. exch 

Van Brunt st, north cit Dikeman st, 15x75, h & 
I Peter Kelly to John Madigan and Delia 

A. his wife, joint tenants. 6 000 
Varet at, s s, \!>0 e Humboldt at, 50x1(10, hs & Is. 

Charles Bngert to Jacob Icke. Mort. $6 lo. 

13.200 

Varet st, n s, 305 6 e Bu?hwick av, 25x100. 
John Doehler to John Schaeffer. Mort. 
$1,5 0. 2,800 

Wolcott st, n e s, 120 n w Richards st, 20x49 6x 
— x65 3. Ellen wife of and Daniel Sullivan 
to John and August Bartsch, joint tenants. '.,350 

Washington st, Adams st. Front st and Water 1 
st, 200x230. I 

Water st, n w cor Adams st, 125x100. ) 

The Brooklyn White Lead Co. of 1831 to The 
Brooklyn White Lead Co. of 1S48 1865. 56,000 

Washington st, w s, 33 s High st, 25x80. i 

Washington st, w s, 51 6 n Nassau st, 25x100 y 
to Snells alley. ) 

Martha M. Williams, New York, to Stephen 
C. Williams. B. & S. 100 

Washington st, e a, 50 s High st, runs ea.st 130] 
X south .50 9 X west 3.3 x north 0.5 x north- I 
west 26 X west lii2.4 to st, x north 51.9. [ 

Adams st, w s, 50 s High at, 31.2x100x39.8 I 
xlio. I 

Adams st, a w cor High st, 50x60.3. | 

Martha M. Williams to Stephen C. Williams. 

B. & S. 100 
Washington st, e s, 31 n Tillary st, 21x81. 5x21x 

81.7. Louis and Hermann Liebmann to Ed- 
mund McLoughlin. Mort. $lO,OuO. 14,0CO 

Weirfleld st, s e s, 260 n e Bushwick av, 20x100. 
Michael Harrison to James Gasciine. nom 

Weirfleld at, a e s, 440 n e Buahwick av. 30x100. 
Theresa L Rust, extrx. and trustee John P. 
Ru-t, to James Gascoine. nom 

Waverly pi, east cor Forrest pi, 60,7x100x7.2 to 
Forrest pi. xll3 4. Ann Fox, New York, to 
Owen Brady and Mary P. his wife. 325 

Webster st, n s, 320 e Albany av, 40x10% h & I, 
Flatbush. Isaac Einbree to Andrew A. 
Joyce. 1,200 

Webster 'st, n a, .320 e Albany av, runs north 
10 F X west 30 X north 100 to Pernald st, x east 
60 X south 200 to Webster st, x west 40, hs <SE 
l", Flatbuh. Andrew A. Joyce to Mary J. 
Shire. Mort. $5='0. 1,650 

West st, e s, 4 5 s Sackett st, SOxlOfi. William 
H. Springsteen to Albert Hendry cy, New 
York. Mort. $300. 1,(00 

Wyckoff st, a s, 3<!5 w Smith at, .50x100. Ame- 
lia wife of Henry J. Hall, and Eleanor B. 
wife of William M. Parker to John H. New- 
man. 8,3.50 

Wyckoff st, 8 s, 295 w Bond st, 30x100, h & 1. 
William Walsh to Maria Kerrigan. 3,500 

Wyckoff at, a a, 143 e Court at, 25x100, h & 1. 
(justav A. Muller to Jacob Muller. 6,500 

Istst, n e a, 190.10 n w 8ih av, 36x100. Release 
mort. Guarantee and Title Co. to Edward 
H. Mowbray. conaid. omitted 

North Ist st, n e a, abt 320 n w Bedford av "I 
(4th st), 26x74x25x74.9. I 

North 2d at, s w a, abt 820 n w Bedford av | 
(4th st), 25x74x25x74 9. ) 

Pnul Weidmann and John B. Peterson to Mil- 
ton B. Streeter. 9,000 

2d st, n a, 91 9 e 5th av, 504x100. Charles Hage- 
dprn to Edwin C. Squance. W part. Mort. 
y^ of $10,( ). nom 

4th st, n e a, 133 3 n w 6th av, 17 7x95. Drusilla 
Loomis to Sarah Brown. Mort. $4 )0. 6,500 

West 5ih st, e s, 244.8 s Sheepshead Bay road, 
284.«x47.5x26i; 4, Coney Island. Coney Island 
& Brooklyn R. R. to David Roberge, New 
York. 1,000 



934 



The Record and Guide. 



July 9, 1887 



East 7tb St, e s, S60 n Av D, 20x120 6, Flatbush. 
William W. Wickes to William Truswell. 175 

East 7th St, e s, 3-10 n Av D, 20x136.6, Flatbush. 
Same to John T. Truswell. 175 

East 7th St, 6 s, 100 s Av C, 40x120.6, Flatbush. 
Same to Joseph T. Swithenbank. 410 

East 7th St, 6 6, 300 s Av C, 40x120.6, Flatbush. 
Pame to William J. Dodds. 370 

7th St, s s, 307.10 w 8th av, 125x100. Charles 
Kellogg, New York, to Asa W. Parker. 11,000 

North 8th st, s w s, abt 35,6 n w Union av, 88x 
li!0. Jane Hobbs, New York, to John Lough- 
lin. 3 800 

East 8th St, w S.220 n Av D. 60x120.6, Flatbush. 
William W. Wickes to William E. Patch. 510 

East 8th St, w s, 280 n Av D, 40x130.0, Flatbush. 
Same to William E. Patch. 340 

East 8 h St. w s, 360 n Av D, 40x120.6, Flatbush. 
Same to James Manley. 340 

East 8lh St, w s, 100 s kv C, runs west ICO 6 x 
north ICO to Av C, x west 40 x south 100 x 
east 20 x south 60 x east 120.6 to East 8th st, 
X north 60, Flatbush. Same to Henry 
Ward. 935 

East bth st, w s, 160 s Av C, 40x120.6, Flatbush. 
Same to William Schneider. 310 

East 8th st, w s, 240 s Av C, 40x130.6, Flatbush. 
Same to Jennie Egan. 340 

S.h st, n e cor 7th av, 19.4x83, h & 1. Edwin 
C. Squanceto Louise vpile of John Hoagland. 
Mort. »7,C00. 14,5C0 

9th st. No. 274, s s, 194 7 e 41h av, 18 7x93.6. 
William M. Burr et al., exrs. Calvin Burr, to 
Homer A. Wilcox, Tarrvtown. 4,500 

North 9th st, s w cor Roebling (6th) st, 100x10 >. 
Mary R. Handy, widow, Elizabeth W. wife 
of Cyrus D. Fofs and Ida L. Handy, heirs 
Robert Handy, to Lucy E. Stoddard. Q. C. 

nom 

East 9th St. e p, 100 n Av C, 60x146.6 to Coney 
Inland av, x6O.lxl50.11, Flatbush. William 
W. Wickes to Francis A. Biggs. 3,375 

East 9th st, e s, 100 n Av D, 40x313.9 to Coney 
Island av, x40. 1x315.9, Flatbush. Same to 
Martin Ollen. 680 

East 9th st, e s, 380 s Av C, runs east 192.2 to 
Coney Island av, x south 40.1 x west 195 to 
East '9th st, X north 40, Flatbush. Same to 
Victor Morel. 600 

East 9th st, e s, 460 s Av C, 40x201 to Coney 
Island av, x40xl98, Flatbush. Same to Peter 
Stretch. *C0 

East 9th st, e s, ICO n Av D, 40x2C8.4 to Coney 
Island av, x40.1x211.4, Flatbush. Same to 
John Holland. 600 

East 9th st, e s, 140 n Av D, 20x211.4 to Coney 
Island av, x20x212.9, Flatbush. Same to 
Philip E. Newsom. 810 

East !> h st, e s, 300 s Av C, 40x189.3 to Coney 
Island av, x40.1xIS6.3, Flatbush. William 
W. Wickes to Andrew Peterson. 6C0 

10th st, n e s, 100 s 2d av, 23x100. Patrick 
Ward to Thomas J. Tilney. 1,300 

10th st n s, 66.3 e 2d av, 17.1x75.6. Olive L, 
Caldwell, extrx. Robert Caldwell, to Daniel 
Sullivan. 1,750 

Same property. Release dower. Same, as 
widow, to fame. nom 

11th st, 8 s, 281.2 w 5th av, 16.8x100. John 
Lefferts to William H. Bierds, Hyde Park, L. 
I. Mort. ?4,i 00. 4,850 

11th st, 8 w s, 247.10 n w5th av, 168x100. John 
Lcfferts to James Gowdey. Mort. $4,000. 4,900 

Same property. James Gowdey to Joseph T. 
McKeoD. Mort. t4,(;t0. 4,900 

llth st, s s, 1S1.2 w 5tii av. 16 8x100. h & 1. 
Reuben 8. Middleton, New York, to Viola A. 
wife of Richard F. Whipple. B. & 8. 1,000 

12th st, n B, 419 w 3d av, 33x10(1x23.1x100. Jo 
seph McCauley to Adolph Ecbierbaum and 
Dora his wife, joint tenants. 6C0 

13lh st, n s, 147.10 w 8lh av, ."iOxUO. William 
E. White to James Jack. Ji part. Sub. to 
mort. B. & S. nom 

13th st, 6 8, 3.3.10 w Sth av, 25x100. Foreclos. 
Charles B. Farley to Silas B. Condict. 1,400 

Same property. s5ilas B. Condict to Wilhel- 
mine C. Wilfarth. Mort. $1,3.50. 2,200 

13lh st, 6 s, 277.11 e 7th av, 35x100, hs & Is. 
Mary A. McCormick to Grace A. Raynor, 
Riverhead, L. I. Mort. $4,C00. 8,000 

13th st, s e, 312.11 e 7th av, 35x100, h & I. 
Mary A. McCormick to George C. Raynor, 
Riverhead, L. I. Mort. $4,010. 8,000 

14th 6t,n 8,235.5 e 7th av, 17.6x100, h & 1. 
Mary J. Wood to Abram De Clark. 3,300 

Same property. Release mort. William Wil- 
li'.mson to Mary J. Wood. consid. omitted 

14th st, s s, 357.10 w 4th av, 14.4x97.11xl4.4x 
98.3, h & 1. Signor A. Buckley to Catharine 
wife of George P. Bode. Mort. $1,700. exch 
15th st, s w s, 30.5.10 8 e Sth av, 25x100. Michael 
N. Cummiskey, Clifton, S. I., to Martha 
Partineton. 1,200 

17th st, s s, 225 e Sth av, 25x100, h & 1. Will- 
iam M. Burr et al., exrs. Calvin Burr, to 
John J. Mountain. 2,0C0 

17th St. E s, 200 w 6th av. 25x100, h & 1. Will- 
iam Little to Albert Klein. 3,900 
Bav 22d st, n w s, 475 s w 86th st, 50x96.8, New 
Utrecht. John and Ann M., widow, Van 
Pelt, to John M. Ashton. 800 
37th st, 8 s, 126 4 w Sth av, 40x100,2. Maximil- 
ian Lang to Edward Koch. 535 
39th st, 8 8, 375 e 3d av, 25x100.2. Julia Whit- 
man to John C. Morris. 1,050 
39th st, s s, 180 w 4th av, 20xlC0.3. Christopher 

Halliday to Thomas Mullins. 1,200 

39th st, s 8, 550 w 3d av, 25x100.2. Mary M. 
wife of Benjamin F. Goodrich to Frank Sea- 
man. 3,500 
44th st, s 8, 412 e 3d av, 20xlOD,2. John H. 

French to William J. Jefferson. 3,0(0 

46tb st, B 8, 180 w 3d av, 80x100.2. Release 



mort. Edward T. Hunt, exr. and trustee 
Thos. Hunt, to John Wichern. 9.59 

46th st, s s, 180 w 3d av, 80x100 2. Henry Ket- 

tlehodt and John Wichern to James Hart. 1.700 
46th st, n s, 239 e 3d av, 20x100.3, h & 1. Will- 
iam Hunt to Charles H. Price. 3,410 
48th st, R s, 100 e 3d av, 2:1x100.2, h & 1. Lor- 
enzo Guli to Salvatore Orifice. Mort. $1,500. 

6,200 
48th st, s w 8, 150 n w 3d av, 50x100.2, h & 1. 
Mary L. Brennen to John Mulrean. Mort. 
$1,000. 2,3f0 

49th st, n s. 180 w Sth av, 20x100.2. Release 
mort. E. T. Hunt, exr. and trustee T. Hunt, 
to Anna wife of Albrecht Wolff. 297 

Samoproperty. Anna wife of Albrecht Wolff 

to Henry Pill and Caroline his wife. 610 

52d st, n 8, 220 w 3d av, 200x100.3. Edward T. 
Hunt, exr. and trustee T. Hunt, to John and 
John Jr. Walters. 7,0(0 

53d st, No. 164, s s, 153.6 w 3dav, 17.6x100. Levi 
V. Martin to Louisa King, New York. Mort 
$l,f01. 3,300 

53d st. No. 16R, s s, 135 w 3d av, 17.6x10.1. Same 

to Henrietta H. King. 3,300 

55th st, n s, 3J5 e 3d av, 100x100.2. Bertrand 

clover, Jr., to 8imon Stiner. 2,400 

55th st, n s, 1J5 e 3d av, 100x100.2. Bertrand 

Clover, Jr., New York, to William Best. 2,525 
57th st, n s, 220 w 6th av, 60xlCO. Edward J. 

Fletcher to Rufus O. Catlin. B. & 8. nom 

57th st, n s, 23J w 6th av, 60x100. Rufus O. 
Catlin to Anni« J. wife of Edward J. Fletch- 
er. B. & 8. nom 
Av C, s e cor Ocean Parkway, 2.50 to East 7th 
st, xlOO, Flatbush. Wm. W. Wickes to Mar- 
cus C. Spencer. 5.2.50 
Av C, s w cor East Sth st, lC0.6xl03, Flatbush. 

Same to Mary J. McGivney. 1,050 

Av D, n e cor East 7th st. 120 6x100, Flatbush. 
William W. Wickes to John and James Will- 
iamson. 1,290 
Av L, west cor East 9Jth st, 50x10', Canar- 
sie Mary E Proudhomme to John J. Hawx- 
hurst and Dora his wife. 800 
Atlantic av, s s, 25 e Schenectady av, 17.6x65, 
h & 1. Susan wife of Henry L. Wright to 
Mary A. Wing. Mort. $1,650. 2,325 
Same property. Release mort. George C 
McKesson, guard., to Susan wife of Henry L. 
Wright. nom 
Atlantic av, s s, 150 w Hoy t st, 35x180 to Pacific 
st, h & 1. Clara D. Carpenter, Jersey City, 
extrx. Wm. C. Carpenter, to Hugh J. Beg- 
ley. 10,605 
Atlantic av, 8 s, 2C0 e Rockaway av, 16.8x100. 
John J. Wheeler to Fredericka Wiederhold. 

exch 
Atlantic av, n s, 80.6 e Sd av, 19.6x80. Henry 
L. Tyson to Louise wife of John Kelling. B. 
&S. • 7,000 

Atlantic av, s s, 190 e Grand av, 20x100, h & 1. 
Elizabeth Burgess, widow, to Patrick Cun- 
ningham. 3,600 
Atlantic av, s s, l.'.O w Hoyt st, 25x180 to Pacific 
st. Clara D. Carpenter, Jersey City, to Hugh 
J. Begley. Mort. $6,( 00. lo,605 
Atlantic av, s s, 166.8 e Utica av, 16.8x100. 
Richard H. Boylston, Bridgeport, Conn., to 
Maria N. Boylston, Norwalk, Conn. Mort. 
$1,500. 2,030 
Atlantic av, n w cor Albany av, 20x89.1, h & 1. 

Louis C. Schliep to Willard J. Slinkard. 7,200 
Bedford av, w s, 87.7 s De Kalb av, 25x100. 
Catharine wife of John W. Burland to The 
German Evangel. Lulh. Church St. Peters. 

6, too 
Buffalo av. w s, 27.9 n Butler st, 3">xl00. Eliz- 
abeth Nicholas to George W. Vanderpool, 
Greenville, N. J. Q. C. nom 

Same property. George W. Vanderpool to 

Lucy E. Stoddard. '02 

Buffalo av, w s, 63.9 n Butler st, 3.5x100. 

Elizabeth Nicholas to Lucy E. Stoddard. 250 
Central av, n e s, 50 n w Stanhope st, 25x100. 
Minnie C. Dmpleby, Stamford, Conn,, to 
Charles L. Schad and Letitia his wife. Mort. 
$4,0J0. f.OO 

Central av, n e s, 75 n w Stanhope st, 25x100. 
Minnie C. Murphy, Stamford, Conn., to 
Charles Gorth and Anna his wife. Mort. 
$4,000. 6,500 

Central av, 6 e cor Stockholm st, 50x100, hs & 
Is, Henry VoUweiler to Carl Week and Anna 
bis wife. Mort. $7,000. 17,000 

Clason av, n w cor Douglass st, 27x100. Solo- 
mon Styler to Thomas Monahan. 4,000 
Clermont av, e s, 54 s De Kalb av, 21x80. Anna 
L. wife of William A. Scott to Francis Mc- 
Quade. 14,003 
Clinton av, e 8, 222.6 n Myrtle av, 25x200 to 
Waverly av, h & 1. Frederick Dose to Elea- 
nor B. wife of William Parker. Mort. $5,000. 

8,500 
De Kalb av, n w cor Steuben st, 100x78, hs & Is. 

Frederick Zittel to Frederick B. Taylor. 15,000 
De Kalb av, s s, 62 w Throop av, 19x100. Parti- 
tion. Stephen S. Marshall to Martin G. 
Reiners. 4, £00 

De Kalb av, s s, 81 w Throop av. 19x100. Parti- 
tion. Stephen 8. Marshall to Frederick J. 
RoUauer. 4,525 

De Kalb av, w s, 100 n Ceatral av, 50x135. Jane 
A. wife of Charles J. Debevoise to John 
Softy. 3,000 

De Kalb av, w s, 100 n Central av, 75x125. Re- 
lease moi-t. Ann Stockholm, Jamaica, L. I., 
to Jane A. Debevoise. nom 

De Kalb av, w s, 1.50 n Central av, 25x12.5. Jane 
A. wife of Charles J. Debevoise to A. H. Au- 
gust Arwe. 1,500 
De Kalb av, s s, 161 e Tompkins av, 40x100. 
Foreclos. Robert Merchant to John 

1,650 



De Kalb av, s w cor Sumner av, 20x100. John 

Finken to John Wrieden. Mort. $3,000. 14,000 
Division av, n s, 35 w Van Siclen av, 25x100. 
Charles S. Simpson, New York, to Maria 
Simpson, widow. New York. Q. C. nom 

Duryea av, s s. 50 w Thatford av, .50x100. Pau- 
line and William Hartmann to Jacob and 
Sarah B. Seligman. Mort. $1,0J0. 1,575 

Evergreen av, east cor Himrod st, 30x80. | 

Himrod st, g e s, 80 n e Evergreen av, 20x100. f 
Otto Silleg and James Sweeney to Robert 
Gastmejer. Mort. $7,500. 8,600 

East New York av, s s, 365 e Rogers av, SOx 
105, Flatbush. John Lefferts to Frances E. 
Gordon. 1,250 

Ease New York av, 8 s, 265 e Rogers av, lODx 
1(15, Flatbush. John Lefferts to George 
Baker. 1 ,600 

East New York av, s s, 105 e Lincoln road, 8 ix 
105, Flatbush. John Lefferts to Thomas H. 
Flood. 1,430 

East New York av, s s, 185 e Rogers av, S 1x105, 
Flatbush. John Lefferts to Mary E. John- 
son. 1,820 
Elton av, e s, 100 n Arlington av, .50x101. Ed- 
ward F. Linton to John H. Brown and Eliza- 
beth J. his wife, 1,100 
Same property. Release mort. Williamsburgh 

Savings Bank to Edward F. Linton. 503 

Flu-hing av, n s, 90.10 w Thornton st, runs 
west 40 X north 83.7 x northeast U.S x south- 
east 20 X southeast 22,10 x south 61.4. Eruest 
Glock to Joseph Gets, New York. 6,000 

Flushing av, n s, 125 e Kent av, 73 8x200. 1 to 
vVallabout st, x64. 6x200. Thomas J. Moore to 
Alexander Dugan. 9,5C0 

Flushing av, s e s, 175 8 w Knickerbocker av, 
37.8x84.5x35x73.3. Theodore F. Jackson to 
Christina wife of Henry Haacke. 800 

Foster av, n s, 400 w 2d st, 50x300 to Washing- 
ton av, Flatbush, h & 1. Mary Gibson to 
Ophelia S. wife of Edward C. Fernald. Mort. 
$4,500. 3,1 03 

Franklin av, s s, 803 w 3d st, 89x11.5.4x89x115.1, 
New Utrecht. Margaret and Thomas 8. 
Hayward and Margaretta Mahan, heirs 
Thomas Hayward, to Catharine A. Hamer- 
schlag, Parkville, L. I. 1,030 

Grand av, e s, 360 s Gates av, 20x101.6, h & 1. 
Sarah G. Newhall, widow, Lynn, Mass., Lucy 
B., George H., Elizabeth W. and Sarah M, 
Newhall, heirs Isaac Newhall, to Marianna 
D. Tremaine. C. a. G. Mort. $6,000. nom 

Greene av, s s, 325 e Grand av, 25xl(X). h & 1. 
Edward J. Anthony to George W. Lynch. 

3,000 
Greene av, s e cor Throop av, 100x90, h & 1. 
Charles Ritchie to William Ziegler. Mort. 
$•30,000. 18,944 

Greenpoint av, n s, 84 w West st, late Washing- 
ton st, 20x95. Cancellation of contract. 
John G. Freund with Frederick Kropp. nom 
Greenpoint av, n 8, 84 w West st. 20x95, h c& 1. 
Frederick Kropp to Doris wife of Herman 
Streber. 5,0( 

Gates av, n s, 263 w Clason av, 20x93.6x20x92. 
Caroline E. Taf t to Agnes L. wife of Angelo 
L. Ripton. 4,950 

Hamburg av, s w cor Suydam st, 50x100. Geb- 
hard Krauss to Elizabeth Kramer. 
Assessm'ts, &c. 2,030 

Same property. Elizabeth Kramer to Aurelia 

Fleischmann. 2,500 

Hamilton av, s w s, 211 4 n w Henry st, runs 
southwest 56.6 x northeast 63.1 to Luquer st, 
X southeast 16.7 to av, x south 33.4, h & 1. 
Austin Stevens to James M. Sutherland. 8,0^0 
Same property. James M. Sutherlaud to Aus- 
tin Stevens. Mort. $4,0 10. 8,000 
Hegeman av, centre line New Lots road, centre 
line of t'chenck av and land of Samuel Wort- 
man. Release mort. Abraham Van Siclen 
to William B. Nichols. e.O^O 
Hudson av, e s, 86.10 u Myrtle av. 23x100, h & 
1. Morris H., Helen R., Jesse, Kate H., Eliz- 
abeth R. , Charles H. and Florence Roberts, 
heirs Sarah A. Roberts, to Christopher 
Doscher. 4,550 
Hudson av, e s, S6 10 n Myrtle av. 44x100. Ed- 
win H. and William T. Slocum, Phebe S. 
Coflin, widow, and Caroline E. Richardson, 
to Morris H., Jessie, Kate H., Elizabeth R., 
Charles H. and Florence Roberts to Helen R. 
Parks. Q. C. nom 
Same property. Lewis M. Slocum to same. Q. 

C. 15011 

Same property. Sarah Hawk to same. Q. C. 

nom 
Jefferson av, s s, 400 e Howard av, 20x103, h & 
1. Thomas E. and Elizabeth Ferrier to 
Donald McLean. 3,500 

Jefferson av, s w cor Lewis av, runs west 525 x 
south 74.9 X east 326 5 x south 58 x east 20O to 
Lewis av, x north 100. William Ziegler to 
Mary I. Poole. 35,000 

Jefferson av, n 9, 410 e Bedford av, 20x100, h & 
1. Eliza J. Ball, widow. New York, to James 
Mulvaney and Catharine H. his wife, joint 
Btenants. Mort. $6,000. 9,.5t0 

Kent av. No. 963 w s, 361.8 8 Willoughby ov, 
24.4x91.5. James L. Dougherty to Charles G. 
Reynolds. Q. C. 300 

Kent av, es, 575 n Myrtle av, 25x204.4x25x204.3. 
Eveline M. Hibbs, Ocean Grove, widow, 
• Philip, F. D. and John H. Hibbs, heirs Henry 

Hibbs, to Arnold H. Vorster. 2,.'>00 

Lafayette av, s s, 265 w Sumner av, 20xlC0, h & 
1. Edmund McLaughlin to Jennie Reynolds. 

exch 

Lexington av, s s, 130.6 e Reid av, 17x100, h & 
1. William W. Rope, assignee of William 
Godfrey, to George Stewart. C. a. G. 4,600 

Lexington av, s s, 85 e Franklin av, 60x100, h & 
1, Harriet Washburn, widow, to Zopher 



July 9, 1887 



The Record and Guide. 



935 



Carpenter, Mt. Kisco, N. Y. Morts. $7,000. 

13,500 

Linwood av, e s, 165.11 s Fulton av, 18x51.4x18 
X51.6. Edward F. Linton to Joseph Ntide- 
regger and Emllie his wife. 1,600 

Liberty av, u s, extends from centre line of 
Fountain av to centre line Locust av, x 1,090 
deep. Jacob Rapelja to J. Forbus Dills. 13,OJ0 

Same property. Release dower. Sarah Rap- 
el.i'e to Jacob Rapelje. consid. omitted 

Same property. J. Forbus Dills to Daniel P. 
Darling. Murt. *7,800. nom 

Liberty av, n s, 125 e Cypress av, 25xlW. 
Christian Epple to Albrecht Wolter. £03 

Marcy av, s e cor Greene av, 50x60, hs & Is. 
John H. Schroeder to Nathaniel W. Burtis. 

6,(00 

Marcy av, w s, 1.50 n Park av, 35x100, h & 1. 
Emil Wiederhold to Fredericlja W iederhold. 
}i part. Sub. to morts, $3,700. 3,«00 

Manhattan av, w s, .50 n Green st, 25.\75, h & 1. 
George A. Kingsland to Coles P. Davids. 
Mort. $8,0 0. 15,000 

Myrtle av, s s, 134.6 w Walworth st, 0.6x111.10. 
Philip Becker to Adam J. Becker. C. a. G. nom 

New Utrecht av, w s, 33.3 n 63d st, 33 3x63, 4i 
20x73.1, New Utrecht. James V. S. Wool- 
ley to Angel Perez, 350 

Nostraud av, n e cor Tulip st, lOOxUO, Flat- 
bush. John Lefferts to Theodore A. Sartor. 

1,303 

Nostrand av, s e cor Midwood st, 100x100, 
Flatbush. Same to Joseph F. Sartor. 1,300 

Nostrand av, n e cor Maple st, 100x100, Flat- 
bush. John Lefferts to John Fisher. 1,300 

Nostrand av, s e cor Maple st, ICOxloO, Flatbush. 
Same to same. 1,200 

Nostrand av, n e cor Hopkins st, varnish fac- 
tory, &c., on leasehold premises. William J. 
Anderson to William H. Anderson. B. & S. 

nom 

Nostrand av, s e cor Ellery st, 25x90. Julius 
Jacoby and Henrietta his wife and Edward 
E. Kelly and Margaret A. his wife to Ger- 
hard Depken and Wilhelmine his wife. Mort. 
$4,.50O. 9,150 

Nostrand av, e s, 25 s Ellery st, 35x90, h & 1. 
Julius Jacoby and Edward E. Kelly to Mina 
Huber. Mcrt. $3,350. 6,600 

Nostrand av, n w cor Tulip st, 100x100, Flat^ 
bush. John Lefferts to John Sweiser. 1,500 

Nostrand av, n e cor Midwood st, lOOxlCO, 
Flatbush. Same to James Clinch. 1,3C0 

Nostrand av, s w cor Maple st, 103x100, Flat- 
bush. Same to Menno Mamminga. 1,375 

Nostrand av, s w cor Midwood st, lOOxllO, 
Flatbush. Same to Patrick Coffey. 1,400 

Nostrand av, s e cor Tulip st, 100x100, Flat- 
bush. Same to Ann Flood. 1,350 

Nostrand av, s w cor Fonnimore st, 86.8x100 
x86.6xl00, Flatbush. Same to Thomas H. 
Flood. 1,001 

Ocean av, w s, 375 s Duryea av, 75x100. Gil- 
bert B. Thatford to Joseph K. Decker, Jr. 1,300 

Park av, n s, 135 e Tompkms av, 25x95.8x:i.5.4x 
130.8, h & 1. William Qaig to Joseph Ernst 
and Elizabeth his wife, joint tenants. Q. 
C. nom 

Same property. Eliza E, Quig to same. 3,000 

Patchen av, u w cor Bainbridge st, 40x100. 
James F. Curiin to Thomas Curtin. 3,000 

Patchen av, s e cor Hancock st, 24x80, h & 1. 
Elias H. Hawkins to John Jaeger, New York. 
Mort. $6,500. 11,650 

Reid av, s e cor De Kalb av, 50x100. Carl 
Week to Henry Vollweiler. 7,000 

Ralph av, e s, 75 s Prospect pi, 50x100. Par- 
tition. Frank Reynolds to Ferdinand F. 
Volckening. 560 

Stuyvesaut av, e s, .36 n Van Buren st, 16x79, 
h & 1. Lydii B. Mann to Aunie Hogan. 
Mort. $3,500. 4,SO0 

Stuyvesant av, s w cor Putnam av, 30x95. 
John F. Ryan to Ada L. wife of Arthur J. 
Saalfield. Mort. $5,000. 9,500 

Stuyvesant av, e s, 40 s Van Buren st, 15x80.9 
X— x66. George J. and Mary E. Flynn to 
Rachel wife of John 8. Ferguson. Mort. 
$1,000. 3,000 

Kkillman av, s s, 125 w Lorimer st, 25x100. 
Thomas Farrell, exr. Thomas H. Fitzgerald, 
to Emil Riese, 3,575 

Throop av, n e s, 80 s e Whippls st, 20x91,3, h 
& 1. John Nordgauer to Anton Arnold. 4,400 

Throop av, south cor Gwinnett st, 45x83. 
George W. and Frank Knerr and Helen L. 
Kaiser, formerly Knerr, to Philipp Wagner. 
Q. C. }4 part. nom 

Same property. Agnes Knerr to same. X part. 

1,800 

Same property. Release dower. Agnes Knerr, 
widow, to Philipp Wagner. nom 

Van Siclen av, e s, 200 s Division av, 35x100. 
James McGuigan to Mary J. Stockwell. 
Sub. to mort. 4,500 

Willoughby av, s s, 310.3 e Stuyvesant av, runs 
east 60.8 to Broadway, x southeast 63.11 x 
southwest 105 x west 34, 10 x north 15.9 x west 
14,9 X north 100. Benjamin J. Warner to 
Bernard Peters. 85,000 

Willoughby av, s s, 310 w Tompkins av, 20x 
It'O. Wallace A. Armstrong to William H. 
Cooper and Mary his wife. 6,500 

Willoughby av, n s, 116,8 e Lewis av, 16.8x10(1, 
h,& 1. Joseph Wood, New York, to John A. 
Jochum. Mort. $3,750. 5,000 

Same property. John A. Jochum to John Dill, 
Jr., and Isaac Halstead. Mort. $3,750. 5,200 

Wyckoff av, s w s, 35 8 e Elm st, 25xl01.5x25x 
103.6. Cornelia M. wife of William Ten Eyck 
to Ambrose Gallagher and Catharine J. his 
wife. Error, B. & S. nom 

Wyckoff av, south cor Harman st, 80.4x140.4. 
Lawrence Gruesier to Rudolph Kunzer, 3,500 



3d av, e s, 60.3 n 55th st, 40x100. Bertrand 

Clover to William Bunt. 1,980 

3d av, n w cor S9th st, 188 4x780. J. Archibald 

Murray to The West Brooklyn R. R, Co. nom 
3d av, e 8. 35,3 s 45th st, 25x100. Mary F. Strain 
to Elizabeth Rober. 1,000 

3d av, e s, 150 s Pacifle st, 25x100, John N. 
Eitel to Kate Flynn. 9,.M)) 

4th av, w s, 80 n Warren st, 20x80.10. George 
N. Robinson to Priscilla Robinson. K part. 
Sub. to mort. 1,000 

4th av, 8 w cor St. Marks pi, 31x80, h & 1. 
John H. Woolley to James Farrell. Mort. 
$7,l'0O. 16,000 

5th av, n w cor 9th st, 89 9x65, hs & Is. Will- 
iam M. Burr et al., exr. Calvin Burr, to 
John Delmar. 20,000 

5th av, w s, 83 6 8 Garfield pi, 37.6x100, h & 1. 
John Imhof to Philip Smith. M, $6,0(0. 15,500 

5th av, south cor Lincoln pi, 38. 6x79. 3x0. 6x 
10.8x28x90. 

5th av, e s, 38.6 s Lincoln pi, 20x84.3x16. Ux 
79.3. 

John Assip and Timothy J. Buckley to John 
Imhof. Morts. $13,000. 31,000 

6th av, w s, 35.6 s 17th et. 0.6x64, Release 
mort. Harriet L. Thompson, New Haven, 
to Jacob Wahl. nom 

7th av. Party wall agreement. Mary and 
Henry, Jr., Bowers to Edwin Packard. nom 

7th av. Party wall agreement. Moiris Helm 
with Edwin Packard. nom 

7thav, se cor 13th «t, 1(0.2x147. 10xl00.2x—. 
Patrick Keegan to Asa W. Parker. Q. C. 93 

7th av, 8 e cor 13th st, 50x97.10. Release mort. 
Asa W, Parker to Sampson B. Oulton. 15,503 

Same property. Sampson B. Oulton to Charles 
Kellogg. 37,000 

7th av, s e s, 32.6 n e Prospect av, 40,4x99 6x 
40,6x97. George W. White to William E. 
White. other consid. and 1,900 

Alleyway from Henry st to Clinton st, near 
Warren st,s s, 131.11 e Henry st, 21.7x85x 
33.4x85, h & 1. Charles A. Melin to Isaac 
Halttead. 2,800 

Bushwick Creek or Normans Kill, adj Consel- 
yea, Boerum, Van Cott. &c,, Bushwick, 3 
acres of meadow. Alice N. Davis, widow, to 
Edward H. Payson. C. a, G. nom 

Lot 81 block 29 assessm't map 14th Ward. M. 
W. Cole, Registrar Arrears, to Mary A. Mc- 
Cormack. 689 

Lots 358 to 377 inclus. map of trustees Re- 
formed Dutch Church, Flatbush, map miss- 
ing. Trustees Reformed Prot. Dutch Church, 
Flatbush, to Herman Muller. 3,500 

Lot 88 McKibben & Nichols' property, Peck 
Slip Ferry, map lost. Emma V. and Sarah 
F. McDonald, heirs C. Richards, to Elizabeth 
A. wife of Thomas J. Crichton. Q, C. nom 

Lots 94, 95, 96 and 97 section map Fort Hamil- 
ton. Annie M. wife of James K. Place, New 
York, James W., Julia A. and Benjamin C. 
Barker, Elizabeth F. wife of Ward B. Cham- 
berlin and Cora N. and Fanny Barker to 
Joseph R. Jones. Q. C. nom 

Lot 60 block 95 assessmt. map 23d Ward. 
Mathias W. Cole, Registrar Arrears, to Adam 
Lamb. 336 

Lot 61 block 95 same map. Same to same. 290 

Lot 63 block 95 same map. Same to same. 291 

Lot 63 block 95 same map. Same to same. 375 

Lots 543,J543 and .544 map of property Reformed 
Dutch Church, Flatbush. Trustees Reformed 
Prot. Dutch Church to Robert J. Phillips. 450 

Lots 545 and 546 same map. Same to Augustus 
S. Frazee. 350 

North Branch Bushwick Creek or Normans' 
Kill, adj Cowenhoven, Boerum and Van 
Cotts, Bushwick, 3 acres meadow. Edward 
H. Payson, Salem, Mass., to George W. 
Palmer. 6,000 

Old Plank road, south cor Bath av, 50x100, 
New Utrecht. Cynthia L. A. Suydam and 
Margaret A. Berry to Robert T. Mitchell. 
New York, 3,500 

All title in all real estate in Kings County of 
which Albion K. Buck'ey died seized. Albion 
A., Frank E,, William T. and Cornelia M. 
Buckley and Ella F. Studer, heirs of Albion 
K. Buckley, to Maria E. Buckley, Individ, 
and extrx. of A. K. Buckley. C^. C. 135 

MORTGAGES. 



NEW YORK. CITY. 

JnLY 1, 3. 4, 5, 6, 7. 

Abrahams, Isidore, to Joseph Stern and anc, 
«xrg. Eliza Eisner. Baxter st, Nus. 10 and 
13, w 8, 37x84. July 1, 5 years, 5^. $15,000 

Arnheimer, Levy, and Moses Oppenheim to 
Friedric'h Werner. 3d av,es, 31.2 s 82d gt, 
30x64. July 1 , 1 year, 5 %. 3,(;00 

Beck, Frederick, and Ida J. his wife, to Jacob 
Wirth. 2d a V, e 8, 44.8 n 83d st, runs north 
35,8 X east 100.1 x south 33.10 x west 45 x 
north 3 x west 55 to beginning. July 1, 3 
years or installs., 5 %. 3,.500 

Beck, Leonard, to Maria M. Bosch, extrx. John 
L. Beck. 8th av. No. 593, e 8, 39.9 s 39th st. 
13.3x64, June 35, due July 1, 1892, 5 i. 5,000 

Berkele, Louis H., and Julia A. his wife. New 
Haven, Conn., to Chester W. Chapin. 18th 
st, 8 8, 107.3 e Irving pi, 33x93. July 1, de- 
mand, 4% %. 7,500 

Bachmann, Frederick, with George Crawford, 
both mortgagees. Agreement as to priority 
of morts. executed by Frederick Schmidt. 
June 37. nom 

Bailey, Mary E,, wife of and Samuel H,, to Jo- 
seph M. De Veau. 9th av, n e cor 133d st, 
lOO.lUlOO. July 1,6 months, 13,IJ00 



Bliss, Harriet W., to Sarah E. Van Wyck, 
Johnsville, N. Y. 33d st, No. 37, n s, 5.0 w 
5th av, 2.5x9S 9. June 30, 4 yi s. or sooner. 2,.5t0 
Boyd, Elise, wife of Robert, to John B. Mc- 
George. lOSth st. P. M. July 1, 1 vear. 
Hi. ' 7,000 

Brague, Jane, wife of and Stephen B., to Fi- 
delia L. Truax. 09;h st. No. 133, n s, 358.3 w 
9th av, 16.10x100 5. July 1. 1 year. 1.000 

Brandreth, Margaret, wife of and John, to Mi- 
chael J. Cuddy. Audubon av, e s, 75 u 168th 
st, 35x95. July 1, 5 years, 5 j(. '500 

Brook ins, Homer D,, to Percy Jackson, Belle- 
ville, N, J. 63d st, n s, 310.3 w 9th av, 16,9x 
100.5. July 1, 3 months. 700 

Brothers, Mary, wifo of and Charles, to The 
Montefiore Home for Chronic Invalids, New 
York. Hester st. No. 31 , n s, 50 w Suffolk st, 
25x7.5. June 37, 5 years, 5 %. 13,0('0 

Bushfleld, John C, to William Cauldwell. 
137th st, n s, 737.6 e Willis av. P. M. June 
37, 1 year. 8,939 

Same to same. Same property. June 27. 1 
year. 10,000 

Bixby, Francis M., to The Irving Savings 
Inst. .57th st, s s, 375 e Madison av, 35x110.5. 
July 1, 1 year, 5 %. 5,000 

Bohm, Nathan, and Resie Kraus to The Broad- 
way Savings Inst. SOt^h st, n s, 175 e 3d av, 
35x9S.9. June 30, 1 yt ar, 4J.g' % 8,000 

Bauer, George G., to George G. Collin. College 
St. P. M. May IS, due July 5, 1890, 5 %. 3,000 

Beer, Louis, to The Ceres Union. Pleasant av, 
nw cor 118th st, 30.11x88. July 1, 3 years, 
4>^ %. 6,000 

Blockhaus, Johanna, wife of and Herman F., 
to Henry C, Blockhaus. College av, s e s, s 
}.i of lot 131 map Mott Haven, 25xlu0. July 
1,3 years, 5^, 2,000 

Bleser, Martin, and Luise his wife, to Ernst 
Bchuhmacher. Berrian av. P. M. July 3, 3 
years, 5 %. 600 

Block, Mary, to Aaron Gottschalk. 63d st. 
P. M. April 29, 5 years or sooner, 4>^ %. 4,UC0 

Boyd, William C. , to John E. Ellison, exr. 
Sarah E. Embury. 129th st, s s, 275 e 7th av, 
3.5x99,11. July 5. due Nov. 16, 1887. 4,000 

Bradley, John, to John Murray. I'Oth st, n s, 
1.50 e 11th av, 35x100. July 3, 7 years or in- 
staUs, 5^, 1,500 

Brown, William, and Mary A. his wife, to 
James Angus. Woodruff av. P. M. July 
1, 5 years or sooner, 5 %. 1,400 

Bauta, Matthias, to Clarence A. Oliver. 10th 
st, n s, 1U9.4 w 4th st, 31.4x95. June 15, note, 
1 month. 7,030 

Bixby, Samuel M., to Philip A. Greene, Birm- 
ingham, Ala. Av B, 34th Ward. P. M. June 
34, due June 38, 1893, or sooner, 5 %. 1,000 

Brown, John, to Christ Putzer. Jumelpl, south 
cor Edgecombe road, 113.7x140.3x167. 1. July 
5, 3 years, 5 %. 3,000 

Brussel, Adolph, to Yette Goodman. 59lh st, 
u s, 174,6 w 1st av. 35.6xl03..5. April 30, 3 
years, i-'i %. 10,000 

Brosen, Bernhard, and Simon Spandau to Wil- 
liam Friedman. Willett St. P. M. July 6, 
notes. 1,(03 

Baum, Wolf, to Lilly W. Hamersley et al,, 
exrs. Louis C. Hammersley. Broome st. No. 
375, s s, 50.8 w Mott st, 25.3xll4,5.x25.1xll8,3. 
July 7, 5 years, 4K^, 28,000 

Cushing, William, and Elizabeth bis wife, to 
John Matthews and ano., trustees Thomas E. 
Davis, dec'd. 3d av. P. M. April 1, 3 
years, 5 %. gold, 15,503 

Christie, David, to William M. Kingsland, 
trustee Daniel C. Kingsland, dec'd. 95th st, 
u s, 40 e 10th av, 40x73. July 5, due July 7, 
1890, 5 %. 36,000 

Crotty, John F., to Caroline C. Banks, Pater- 
son, N. J. Samuel st. P. M. July 6, due 
July 7, 1890, 5 %. 270 

Cohn, Hanna, wife of Herman, to Morilz 
Weisskopf. 77th st. P. M. July 1, 3 years 
or installs, 5 %. 4,500 

Coar, Mary J. , wife of and John, to William 
H. and Ebenezer C. Jackson and John H. 
Hankinson, of W. H. Jackson & Co. 83d st, 
n s, 133,4 w 9th av, 16,4x103.3. May 30, 
notes. 3,384 

Callender, Isabella 8,, to Peter Moller, Jr., et 
al., trustees Peter MoUer, dec'd. lS6th st. P. 
M. July 6, 5 years, i]^ %. 13,( 00 

Same to Abraham J. Post. Same property. 
Sub. to mort. $13,000. July 6, due July 1, 
1889, or sooner. 3,000 

Cannon, John B., to Mary N. C. wife of Gaston 
C. de Briailles, Epernay, France. 8th av. No. 
3166, 6 s, 35.3 s 117th st, 35x75.3. July 6, due 
July 1, 1890,5;?. 15,0C0 

Same to Mary E. Garrison. 117th st. No. 376, 
s s, 125 e 8th av, 35x100.11. July 6, due July 
1, 1890,5^. 15,(0a 

Same to same. 117lh st. No. 378, s 8, 100 e 8th 
av, 25x100.11. July 0, due July 1, 1890, S %. 

15,0C0 

Same to Charles E. Miller and ano., exrs. Ches- 
ter A. Arthur. Sth av, e s, 75.4 s 117th st, 25.6 
x75. July 6, 3 years, 5 i. 15,(,00 

Same to same. 8th av, e s, 50.4 s 117th st, 35x 
75. July 6, 3 years, 5 %. 15,000 

Same to The Metropolitan Trust Co., New 
York. 117th st,s s. 75 e 8th av, 25x100.11. 
July 6, due July 1, 1890, 5 %. 15,000 

Same to same. Sth av, s e cor 117th st, 35.2x75.2 
x35.3x'5. July 6, due July 1, 1890, 5 %. 31,000 

Same to John Bell. 8th av, s e cor 117th st, 
3.5.3x75. July 6, demand. 6,000 

Same and Julia A. his wife to George C. Cur- 
rier. 8th av, s e cor 117th st, K 0.11x150. Sub. 
to morts, $117,000. July 6, due Jan. 3, 18S8. 

13,300 



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Chatain,J. B. A. Amand, to James R. Franklia. 
3d 9t, s s, 20 e Greene st, 20x75; 3d st s e cor 
Greene St, 3' 1x75. Secures rent reserved on 
lease of promises No. 234 5th av and No. 1 
West 27th st, "••"'O 

Same to The Emigrant Industrial Savings 
Bank id st, s e cor Greene st, 4Ux75. July 
6. 1 year. 25.000 

Cohen, Herrmann, mortgagor, with William 
Bisch< ff, mortgagee. Extension of mortgage. 
July 1. nom 

Cramsey, Harriet, wife of James D., New 
Preston, Conn, to Cornelia A. Atwill, 
Foughkeepsie, N. Y. Hth st, n e cor Lexing- 
ton av, 36 8sl02.3. July 6, H years 5 iJ. IM.OOO 

Clarke. Marion M. T) , to The East River 
Savings Inst. 13^d st, s s, 316.3 e 6th av, 
IS'JxHtfll. July 6, 1 year. 5^. 4,500 

Chesteiman, George and Rosalie, to George 
J. Hamilton. 72d st. P. M. June 30, due 
S-pt 1, I8S7, or installs, 5 %. 23,200 

Campman, Helen D., to Benjamin Parker. 71st 
st, ss. (i9« Lexingtonav, 3b.6xl0il.5. Collateral 
to other mortgages. Secures completion of 
building contract. July 1. 15,000 

Childs, William H., to bucy W. Allen, Brook- 
lyn. Iii2d st, s s. 350 e 5th av. P. M. June 
ai, due June I, 18S-i, 5 %. 7,iiOO 

Cain, Joseph H., to Margaret H. Ireland. 138th 
St. P. M. June 30, due July 1. 188J, 5 %. 5,000 

Campman, Helen D, to Benjimia Parker, 
Rid;^efield, N. J. Cortlaadt sc, No. 47, ss, sbt 
454 e Greenwich st, 31x74x30.8x74. July 1, 
3 years 5,500 

Carlin, Marv E , wife of and John, to Euphe- 
mia S. Coffla. 144th st, s s, 200 e 8th av, 15iix 
99,11. July 1,1 year. 8,000 

Same to same. 144th st, s s, 309.6 e 8th av, 3 
lots, each 10899.11. 3 morts. each $8,0 10. 
June 30, due July 1, 1890 24,000 

Same to Ellen A. Hall. 144th st, s s, 369 6 e 8th 
av, 30x99.11. June 30, due July 1, 189J, 5 %. 

8,000 

Same to Richard T. Auchmuty, tru'stee for Sam- 
uel A. Tucker. 144th st, s s, 289 6 e 8tti av, 20 
x99.ll. June 30 due July 1, 1»90, 5 J5. 8,000 

Same to Mary A. Tucker. I44th st, s s, 339.6 e 
8th av, 20x99.11. June 30, due July 1, 1890, 
5 %. 8,000 

Same to Allen TucVer. 144th st, s s, 309.6 e sth 
av, 30x99.11. June 30, due July 1, 1890, 5 %. 

8,030 

Claman, Hyman, to Wilhelmina Pape. Chrystie 
St. P. U. July I, 5 yearj or iostalls., 5 i. 13.000 

Coar, Mary J., wife of and John, to Henry E. 
Knight. 83d st, n s, 166 w 9lh av, 16.4x100 2. 
July 1, due July 25, 1857. 3,000 

Cornwall, E. Stanley, to Henry J. Powell, Bal- 
timore, Md. 7M st, n s, 2i'0 w Av A, 10 ix 

102.2. July 1, due S. pt. 14, 1887. 5,000 
Cowen. Newman, and JttCot> and Isidor S. Korn 

to United ^^TATES Trust Co. Bowery, Nos. 
113 and 1IS>^. P. M. June 30, due July 1, 
1891, 4}i %. 26 500 

Craft, Auiiie F., to The Queens Co Savings 
Bank. Lawrence Rt. w s, 13.9 s 136lh st, 3j.9 
xloo. June 29, due Oct. 1, 1887, 5 %. 150 

Dautel, John G., to Gottlieb Jetter. 2d av, w 
s, 76 10 n 85th st, 5-5.4x75. July 1, 5 years or 
in^.talls., 5 %. 5.(;0>) 

Dauth, William, and Kate his wife, to Gustav 

. and Anna Uhlig. 1-ith st. n s, 94 w Av A, 25X 

103.3. Lease. July 1, instills, 5 <?. 3,3.50 
Same to same. 14th st, n s, 94 w Av A. P. M. 

Leasehold. July 1, 6 years, 5 %. , 6,000 

Davis, Edward A., to Barbera Hocktor. 10th 
av, e s, 50.11 n 131th st, ,^0x96. June 39, due 
July 1, 18b9. 30O 

Doss, Passes, Isabel K , wife of Benjamin F., to 
J. Bentley Squier. 82d st. P. M. July 2, 1 
year or installs, 5 %. 10,0 

Dralle, Henry, to beadelston & Woerz. West 
st, Nos. 186 and 187. Lease. July 1, de- 
mand. 6,500 

Dennis, Joseph T., to William N. Robertson et 
al.admrs. Henry H. Robertson. Alexander 
av, e 8, 80 s Ulsc st, 20x80. June 30, 3 years, 
5 %. 4,=.00 

Donohue, Owen, to Alexander McSorley. 73d 
St. s s, 17.^ w 1st av, 25x100. Bub. to morts. 
May 2S. due Jan. 1, 1888. 4,600 

Daab, Andrew, to Emma Bode. Union, N. J. 
Washington av, e s, 50 n 166ih st, 25x100. 
May 31, due June 1, 1890. 1,.'j03 

Dantel. John G., and Gottlieb Jetter to Harvey 
N. Hitchcock. 163d st. P. M. July 5, 1 year, 
5 i. 3.500 

Denbosky, Morris, to Nathan Abrahams. De- 
lancy st, No. 45. P. M. July 5, 5 years or 
sooner. 6,000 

Same to Pauline Altrocchi. Same property. 
P. M. July 5 5 years, 5 %. 18,000 

Dirgan, James, to Louisa A. Lightbody. Lex- 
ington av, s w cor 174lh st, IIjOxUO. p. M. 
July 6. 3 years, 5 %. 2,300 

Dowling, Agnes, to Francis X Keller. 63d st, 
ss, 4i5 w 9th av. P.M. June 28, due July 
1, 18^0, or installs , 5 %. 7,o00 

Same to same. 63d st, s s, 375 w 9th av. P. 
M. June 28, due July i, 1890, orinstalls. 5 i. 

7,ono 

Doscher, John H. W, to Nicolaus Schroeder. 1st 
av. s e cor 64th st, 35.5x81. July 1, 1 year, 
4^. 8(03 

De VFitt, Frank C, to Esther Goldman. 125th 
st, Nos 331 and 3iS n s, 2.50 e 2d av, 60x99.11. 
Julv6, 1 year. 5(0 

Eddy, Samuel, to Joshua C. Sanders. 1st av, s w 
cor 381 h st, 2.5x75. July 1, 3 years, 5 ^. 15,i J 

Eisele, Frederick, to THE EMIGRANT INDUS. 
(SAVINGS Bank. 6th st. P. M. July 5, 1 
year. 14,000 

Egner, William, to Charles MuUer. 38th st. 
P. M. June 30, 3 years, 5 <f. 3,000 



Elder, Christina, wife of and Jessie, to Freder- 
icka Hummel. 131st st s s 16o w 4th av, 17.6 
x99.11. June 30, due July 1, 1893, or sooner. 

2,000 

Elder, Christina and Jessie, widow, to James and 
Abram T. Buckhout. Lot tj4 map James and 
Abiam T. Buckhout, Tremont. P. M. Jun» 
30. due July 1, 1892, or sooner, 5 %. 300 

Fay, Julia, wife of Edward, to The Dry Dock 
Savings Inst. 13th st. No. 3jl, n s, 378.3 e 
2d av, 22.1x103.3x31.9x103.3. July 1, 1 year, 

4 K %■ 7,500 
Same to Jacob Muhlfelder. Same property. 

Sub to mort. $7,5U0. July 1, 3 years, 5%. 3,700 

Fink, Katharina, to Catharine Huff. 40th st, 
s 8, 75 e 8th av, 35x98.9. Lease. July 1, 3 
years, 5 $. 2.000 

Frieke. John H., to The Emigrant Indust. 
Savings Bank. 24th st, n s, 5j e Lexington 
av, 22x98 9. July 1, 1 year. 5,503 

Fry, Pauline, to Friedericke Diebold et al, exrs. 
Theodor Diebold. 10th st. P. M. July 1, 5 
years, 5 ^. 13,500 

Same to Louis Cohen. Sams property. July 
1, demand. 800 

Ferris, Augustus F. , to James D. Macfarlane. 
49th st, s s, 125. 2 w llth av, runs south 44 x 
east 0.2 x south .'>6.5 x west 100 x south 1"0.5 
to 48th st, X west 25 x north 71.5 x northwest 
9 4 X west 17 x north li3 7 to 4Hth st, x east 
149.10 Aug. 2, 1886, due Aug. 1, 1890, 5%. 10.000 

Fitzsimons, James M , to Anu Cassidy. 40th st, 
s s, 250 e 3d av, 35x98 9. July 1, 3 years, 5 % 

3,000 

Flanagan, John F., to Charlotte Dittraan, 
extrx. Edward Dittman. 66th st. P. M. 
June 29, due July 1, 189 i, or sooner, 5 %. 9,150 

Funk, John, and Dorothea his wife, to Catha- 
rine Habig. 17lh st. P. M. July 1, 3 years, 

5 i. 11,000 
Formosa, Alexander, to Raffaele Parma and 

Angela his wife. Sullivan st. No. 61, e s, 61 
n Broome Bt, 21x80. July 2, 3 years, 5 %. 3,000 
Falvey, Thomas, to David T-lzlaff and Henry 
A. Sherwood. 3d av, 23i Ward. P. M. 
June 16, 1 year. 5 %. 4,000 

Sauie to Anne O'Reilly, guard. 81st st, n s, 

3 10 w 3d av, 50x1 17. July 1. 3 years, 5 % 10,000 
Gold, Cornelius B.. to Esther Farr, Brooklyn. 
15th st, n s, 177 5 e Irving pi, — xl03.3x25x 
103.3. June 28, 5 years or installs. 5 ^. 6,500 
Garrick, Catharine, mortgager, with Margaret 
A. Harrison, morigagee. Extension of mort- 
gage. Jan. 31. nom 
Garliek, Isidor, and Rika his wife, to Claus 
Wilkins. 8"ith st. P. M. July 1, 3 years 
or installs, 5 %. 5,400 
Gates, Joseph, to Louis Gates. 30th st. P. M. 

July 5, 3 vears, 5 % 2.300 

Galligan, John J., to James A. Mahony. 79th 
st, 8 s, 365 e 3d av, 2 JxlOi.a. Juae 30, note, 
demand. 1,.500 

Garliek, Isidor, to The Drt Dock Savings In- 
stitution. Sheriff st, e s, 150 n Htanton st, 
35x10.1. July 1, 1 year, 5 %. 3.»00 

Grinnell, George B., to Anna Cain, extrx. and 
trustee Josiah H. Cain, llthavor Boulevard, 
es, 34 Un 156th8t, 7.DX100. July 1, 1 year. 
5 « 6 OJO 

Hoadly, Mary P., to Fanny G. Villard. 50' h 
St. u s, 155 e Madison av, 3(1' 64.8. June3'i, 
due July 1, 1888, or snoner, 5 %. 7,000 

Hacker, Joseph, to The Bowert Savings 
Bank. South Sth av. P. M. June 'M, 1 
year, 4,i2-SJ. 20,000 

Hagan, Ttjiomas, to John M. Knox et al., exrs. 
Richard 8. Clark. 104th st, s s, 80 w 4th av, 
18.9x10j.11. Juue 30, due June 23, 18'J0, 5 %. 

9O0O 
Hammond, John J., to The East River Sav- 
ings Inst. 7th av, west cor Greenwich av. 
P. M. July 1. 1 year, 5 %. 81,000 

Hansen, Peter F. T., to Charlotte Klenner. .57lh 
st, n s, 89 8 w 9th av, 31.4x100.5. July 5, due 
July 1. 1890, 5 %. 9,000 

HogHn, Michael, to The Metropolitan Sav- 
ings Bank 146th st, s s, 3o0 e Willis av, US 
10 I. Juue 30. 1 year. 800 

Humphrey, Henry C, to Cornelius J. Dumond. 
114th st, s s, 75 e Madisun av, 120x100.11. July 
5, 2 months. 6,0.0 

Hail, Robert, and Ann his wife, to Jane Oliver. 
Lowell st, n e s, lot 3 map Mott Haven, 5ux 
1(0. July 3 3 years, 5 «. 1 ,500 

Hamburger, Joseph W., to Albany Savings 
Bank. Mott st, No. 115, w s. 3.xl0'; Mott 
St. No. 103, w B, 35x100. July 6, 10 years, 
4^ %. 35,000 

Same to same. Baxter st, w s, 135 s Hester st, 

50x90. July 6, 10 years, 4}^ %. 35,000 

Hertzherg, Levin, to Joshua and Edmund Hen- 
dricks, exrs. and trustees Fanny Hendricks. 
Division st. No. 39 and 39}^. P. M. July 6, 
5 years, 5 %. 7,500 

Same to Julius J. Lyons. Same property. P. 

M. July 6, 5 years. 2,000 

Holland, Ann M. 8., to Robert S. Hay ward, 
trustee David Sands, dec'd. 141st st. P. M. 
July 5, 3 years, 5^, 5,' 00 

Heilner, Emanuel, to Jacob K. Lockman, exr. 
Richard C. 8age. loth av. P. M. June 21. 
1 year, 5^, 10,650 

Hofistadt, Bella, wife of and Adolph, to New- 
man Cowen and Max Danziger. 9th av. s e 
cor H8th st, 2i 5x10 1; 9th av, n e cor 97th st, 
126 5x100. Building loan. June 1, 7 mos. 54,000 
Same to same. Same property. P. M. Juue 

1. 7 months. 84,000 

Hoffstadt, Bella, wife of and Adolph, to William 
R • Rose. 9i,h av, s e uor 106th st, 150x100. 
July 1, due Jan. 1, 1888. 767 

Hogan, Bridget, wife of and Patrick, to Am- 
brose K. Ely, exr. 2d av, s e cor 107th st, 25. ) 
xlOO. July 1, 5 jears, 5 %. 10,000 



70,000 
5'^th st, 
July 1, 

5,000 
Cham- 



Holden, Fhoebe E , wife of Edward H., to James 
L Par^hall. Cauldwell and Boston avs. P. 
M. July 1, 3 years or installs. 4,000 

Holmes, Artemus H , mortgagor, with The 
Manhattan Savlngs Inst. Agreement ap- 
portioning mortgage. June 27. nom 
Hueg, Maria L., wife of and August, to Louis 
Riegel. 1st av, w s, SiO.6 s 24th st, 19.9x70. 
July 1, 5 years, 5 %. 4,500 
Haefele, Anna, to Amanda Wolff. Sth st. No. 
104, 8 s, 38S. 10 w Av A, 33.10x97.6. July 7, 
due July 1, 1890, 5^ 6,500 
Hogan. Isabella V., wife of and John, to Wal- 
ter Powers, Brooklyn. 119th st. n s, 9">.5 w 
5th av, runs north 53. 11 X northwest ISO 6 X 
south 88 3 to st, X east 126 to beginning. 
July 3, 1 year. 7,000 
Same to same. 119 h st, n s, 321.5 w .5th av, 
runs north 8-<.3 x northwest 45. 10 x west 40 3 
X south 100.11 to st, X east 84,7. July 3, 1 
year. 4.250 
Hanfeld. Christian, to The Mutual Life Ins. 
Co . New York. 27th st. n s, 175 w 5th av, 
2.5x98,9. July 5, 1 year, 5 <{. 14,(00 
Isselhacher. LeopaM and Fannie, to Morris 
Eschwege. Av C, w s. 80 n Sth st, 30x75. 
June 30, 4 years or installs., 5 % 3,000 
Jagle, Louisa, to J. Jacob Hoekioj is, Newark, 
N.J. 31st St. s 3, 3.50 w Sth av. P.M. July 
5, 3 years, 5 1 1,500 
Same to same, as guard. George W., Jacob and 
Louisa Jagle Same property. P. M. July 
5, 5 years, 5 %. 7,500 
Johnston, Jr., William, to Charles F. South- 
maytl et al , trustees for William Astor and 
remaindermen. Broadway, No. 027. P. M. 
June .SO, 5 years, 4 %. 
Jetter, Gottlieb, to Henrietta Gundlich. 
No. 146, s s, 3i)0 w 3d av, 30x100.5. 
.1 years, 43< %- 
Jones, Arthur M., to Marv T. Forster. 
bersst. No. 122, s s, l-'4 10 e r'ollege pi, 25x 
87 1 1 ; Warren st. No. 52, n s, 125 e College pi, 
25x87 11. June 30, due July 1, 189J. 4,000 
Jacob, August, to Simon Sternberger and ano., 
trustees tor CharlFS Sternberger. 78th st, s 
8, 105 w 2d av, 25x102.2. July 1, 3 years, 
4K *- 13-' 00 
Kautlmann. Ferdinand, to The North River 
Savings Bank. 28th st, n s, 335 e lUth av, 
3.5x98.9. July 1, 1 year. 5 1 14,000 
Koebler, Charles, to Lucas Glokner. 9th st, n 
s. Ii8 w Av A, 25x9i.3. July 1, 5 years, 
5 1 6.O0O 
Kallmann, Philip, to Louisa C. Knauth. extrx. 
Jacob Heinrich 3d av, e s, 46 s 21st st, 18x 
7.5. July 1, 2 years. 4 jl, 6,030 
Kennelly, Bryan L , to Margaret A. Brennan. 

loth av. P. M. July 1, 2 years or sooner. 2,000 
Kieruan, James, to The. Emanu-El Congrega- 
tional. New York. 97th st. n s, 618.6 e lOth 
av. P.M. Jnlv 1. 3yearB 5^ 14,000 

Same to same. 97th st. n s, 534 e 10th av. P. 

M. July 1, 3 years, 5 %. 14.000 

Kiernan, James, to Tue Hebrew Benevolent 
and Orphan Asylum Society. 97th st, n s, 
588 e loth av, 15.6xIlO. 11. July 7, 3 years, 
5 «. 14,000 

Same to August Eimer. 97th st, n s, 6C3.H e 

loth av, 1.5x100 11. July 7. 3 years. 5 ^ 14,000 
Kilpatrick Julia A. S , wife of and Edward, to 
Harriet Overhiser. Madison av, n w cor tOth 
st, 22.2x70 July 1, 1 year. 3 ',000 

Kilpatrick. Edward, to The Seamens' Bank 
FOR Havings, New York. Madison av, e s. 83 
n 8 ith st, 22x95. July 1, 1 year, 4 %. 2o,000 

Same to same. Madison av, e s, 105 n 80th st, 

22.8x100. July 1, 1 year, 4 ;?. 2.5,o00 

Same to John C, Overhiser. Madison av, e s, 
83 n 80th st, runs east 95 x north 19.2 x east 5 x 
north 35.6 x west lOj to av, x south 44.8. 
June 6, 6 months. 20,OCO 

Kolman, John, to August Freutel. ie4th st, 
s 3, 150 w Washington av, 50x100. July 1 , 3 
years. 3,000 

Korn, Jacob, to The Mayor, &c.. New York. 
9.5th st, s s. 135 w 9th av, 25x100.8. June 6. 
due June -5, lS9i 3,930 

Same to same. 95th st, s s, 100 w 9th av, 2 •»: 

100.8. June6, due Junes, 189i. 3,930 

Same to same 94ih st, n s, 125 w 9th av, 25x 

100 8. June 6, due June 5, lf-92. 4,oS0 

Same to same. 94th st. n s, li'O w 9th av, 25x 

KO.S. Juue 6, due June 5, 189.'. 4. 680 

Same so same, lootb st. n s, lOo w 9th av, 50x 

101.11. June6,due Junes, ISl'a 

Klein, Benedict A., to Agnes Geib. 

M. July 1, 2 years or sooner, 5 % 

Kormann, Johti, to Leopold Haas. 

No. 126. P. M. July 5, 1 year. 

Kaufman, Hanchen, to Charles G. Thurnauer. 

3d av, e s, 25.5 n 55th st, SOx'lO. July 6. 5 

years, 4^ %. 7,i 00 

Kehoe, Christianna R., wife of Alfred, to 

Lily W. Hamersley et al., exrs. Louis C. 

Himersley. 134th st, s s, 300 e Sth av, 2.5x 

99. 1 1 . July 6, 3 years, 5 %. 18,000 

Same to same 134th st, s 8, 335 e Sth av, 25x 

99.11. July 6, 3 years. S Jj. 18,000 

Kilpatrick, Walter F., to Hem y Morgenthau. 
Mount Morris av, n w cor 130lh st, lOn.llx 
12.5. Sub to morts. $51,000. June 30, due 
May 15, 1888, 5 ^. 10,000 

Koschel, Adolpb, to Frederick H. Man. 32dst, 
Nos. 313 and 3l4 W., s s, 175 w 7th av, .5"x 
9S.9. July 6. due Jan. 6, 18SS. 6,000 

Leslie, Henry K., to William T. Mortimer. 
Morris av, s e cor 155th st. P. M. June 28. 
due July 1, 1890, or sooner, 5 %. 5,744 

Same to same. Morris av, n e cor 154th st. P. 
M. June 38, due July 1, 1890, or sooner, 5 <{. 

5,644 

Louther, Catharine, wife of and Thomas, to Ben- 



1st av. 



7,185 
P. 

4,000 
Broome st, 

3,000 



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jamin J. Light. 138th st, s s, 175 e Snuthern 
Biiulerard. lOJxlUU. July 1, 3 years or 
iiiscalis, SI 2 000 

Lslor, Willi im. to Julius Weill, 'I'ituaville, Pa. 
8th av, w s, aS.li n Itlith st. P. M. July 7, 

4 months. 4,(i00 
Same to l-<idor Cobnfeld. Central Park West. 

P. M. June 15, 1 yo^r, 5 % 5,249 

Levy, Isaac, to John Eatwioile and ano., exrs. 
Joseph Horridge. Willis av, w s, 25 n 145th 
st, .5i'XiOSfi. July 6. due July 1. 18-7 5 ;{ 3,i.00 

Lieberich, Katharma, wife of Valeniiae, 
to Solomon Tim. 49th st. s s, lOO w Ist av, 
50x111 ..5. July 1, 3 vearsi, 5 <{. 17,000 

Loy, Margaret, to O car Frey, Rronklyn. fith 
av. No. 911, B s, 45.« s 8th st, 32.9x80. July 1, 
3 years, 4^ %■ S"00 

Loeh, Einil. and Louisa wifo of and lena^z Hoff- 
man to The PotJOHKEKPSiB Savings Bank. 
Iii4th st, n s, I4u e Nesf av, Iti.SxKO.ll. July 
5, 5 years, 4 %. 5,100 

Same to same. in4th st, n s, l.'ie.S e New av, 
Ifi -<xUiiP. 1 1. July .5, 5 year?, 4 %. .5,0€0 

Loeffl-r, Charles E., Brooklyn, to Simon P. Sare. 
Central av, e s. 10 i s 1-iC st, l(lilx*iO tj Ber- 
rian av. June 30. due Jan 1, 18s8, 5 % 2,300 

Same to John Mulligan and ano., trustees for 
Anne P. R Kirkland. Same property. June 
30, due July 1, 1890, 5 ^, 7,-500 

Ludemann. John, and Julius Gerber to Henry 
A. Cassebeer, exr. William Ruhl. 6th st. P. 
M July 2. due July I, 1889. 2,5tO 

Luttrell, Rdvvard, to Philip Braender. 73d st. 
P. M. July 2, 1 year, 5 %. 3..500 

Lambreohr, Mary, Barbara Vollmer, Lena 
Sehtrarz and John P. and Michael L. Bouil- 
lon to Martha Stoppel 4th St. Nos. 116 and 
118, n s, 50x9d.2. June 15, due January 2, 
1818, 5 %. 8,000 

Leibold, John, to William Gehhardt. Prince 
st. No. 197, n s, 75 w Sullivan st, 3.5x100. 
June 3S, due July 1, 1889, or sooner, 5 %. 2,000 

Lynch, Ano. to Harmon Hendricks. 2d av, e 
s. 4iJ.5 s 56th st, 2jx63. July 1, 3 years, 

5 i. 3 too 
Lochminn, Louis, to William A. Smith, exr. 

George Junes. »3J st. P. M. June 24, due 
July 1, 18SS, 5 1 13,0)0 

McNiece, James, to Mary H. wife of Dani-?1 
Curry. 89th st. P. M. June 3u, due July 1, 
1889, 5 %. 10,000 

McReynolds, Anthony, to EUzabeth 15. Wen- 
zel, extrx. Henry Wenzel. 141st st, s s 150 
w 8th av, 16 8x99.11. June 23, due July I, 
IS'iM, 5 % 5,.SO0 

Same to Ribert Murray, exr. and trustee 
Abram Beekman. 141st st, s s, 166 8 w 8th 
av, 3 lots, each 16 8x99 11. 2 m'lr s., each 
$5,50J. June 23, due J uly 1, 1889 , 5 <S. 1 1,000 

Same to same. 141stst, ss, 199.11 w 8th av, 3 lots, 
each I«.8x99.U. 3 morts., each f6,00U. June 
23, due July 1, 18S9, 5 %. 19,000 

Moore, Thomas, and J^^hn McLaughlin to Will- 
iam A. Smith, exr. George Jones. 83d st. l". 
M. June 24, due July 1, 1888, 5 %. 118,000 

Malat, John, to Weozel Pokoruy. 154th st, u 
s, e J^ lot 5i3 map village Melrose South, 
25x10 . July 1, due on 3 months' demand in 
writing, b%. 1.700 

Marco, Ji.hn, with The Broadway Savings 
Inst , both mortgagees. Agreement as to 
priority of morts. made by Nathan Bohm. 
June 30. nom 

Mayer. Mary, wife of Charles, to William L. 
Dowling, Brooklyn. 79i;h st, No. 334, s s, 3.33 
w 1st av, 17x103.2. July 1, 2 years. 3,000 

McCanhy, Mary B., wife of and Frederick, to 
John iinf.wisile and ano., exrs Joseph Hor- 
ridge. 164ih st, s s, 133 4 w Delmonico pi, 
16 8x100. July 2, due July 1, 1S9.>, 5 %. 3,500 

McDonald, John and Mary N. his wife, to The 
New York Cotton Exchange (Gratuity Fund. 
3:ith st, n s, 127 w 7tn av, 30x98.9. July 1, 5 
years, 4>^ % 13 000 

McKeana. ^vlary C, wife of and James, to Fran- 
cis M. Jencks. 61st st, s s, 3u0 w 10th av, 35x 
10II.5. July 1, demand. 1,000 

Merriit, Wiliiiim J., to Chauncey Kilmer, llth 
av, w s, 26.7 3 76.h st. P. M. Jane 15, 4 
months or sooner. 10 000 

Same to same, llth av and 76th st. P. M. 
June 15, 4 m<<ntbs or sooner. 11.500 

Meshiter, Richard P., to Antonio M. Mora. 
Edgecombe av or road. P. M. April 11, due 
July 1, 1892, or sooner, 5^. 6,000 

Miller, James, to Wiliam Rankin. 36th st. 
P.M. June 3iii,h, due July 1. 189'>. 9,500 

Metz, Amalie, wife of Mar.in, to Helena wife 
of and Charles Metz. I9th st. P. M. July 
1, installs, 5 % 1^,01.0 

Moore. Maurice, to Jane Oakes and ano., exrs. 
Winitied Austin. 39ih st. No .50, s s, Soe 
6th av, 30x98 5, also strip 0.5 "ide adj on e s. 
June 29, 3 years or sooner, 4)^ % 37,CK)J 

Morlatb, Charles H., to John K. 8teeves. Syl- 
van pi. No. 8. P. M. June 30, 3 years, 5 %. 

1,000 

Same to same. Sylvan pi. No. 10. P. M. June 
SO, 3 years, 5 JS. lOJO 

M'lnninger, Margaret, widow, to George Kipp. 
7th st. No. 83, 11 3, 75 w 1st av, 35x97.6. July 
1, due Jan. 1, 1»9 i, hf,. 1,000 

Myers, Sarah, to James Keese. 99th st. P. M. 
July 1, 4 ytars, 5 % 9,5i.O 

Mul loon. Ann, widow, to EMIGRANT INDUSTRI- 
AL Savi.vgs Bank. 7oa sc, s 8, 3U8 w Av 
C, 25x'.io.M. July 7, 1 year 4,ii00 

McGowan, Peter, to THE Bane for Savings, 
New York. 9th av. No. 5*.;, s e cor 40^0 »I, 
16 9x61.9. July 7, 1 year, 5 ^. 3,500 

McAvoy, Thomas F., to Margaret McAvoy. 
15.th St. P, M. July 7, 3 years, 5 %. 3,000 

Mayo', Hugo F., to Agnes Mayer. 105th st. 
P. M. July 6, a years, 4 %. 4,50 



Meader, Mary A., wife of and William H , to 
Jarvis B. Smith. Mirlison av. n w cor Quar- 
ry roa^, 75x9Jxl27x65x3i; Madison av, w s, 
202:8 Grove st, 6^x153x68.1x155. July 1, 1 
year. K,000 

Maver, Julius M., to MtriUAL Life Ins. Co , 
New York. 8th av, w s, .50.9 s 37th st, 24x61 
xi2 6x6 I. Julv 7, 1 year, 5 %. 13 000 

Mannbeimer, Meier, to Charles Schwager. 33d 
St. P. M. July 1, 3 years or sooner, 5 ^. 5,000 

McKinstry. Rebecca A., wife of and Andrew, 
Philadelphia, Pa., to Josephine wife of 
(. harles E. Higham. Washington av, e s, loO 
n llth st, 50x120. July 1, 3 years, 5 ^ 4.000 

McManus, Patrick, and Marv E. his wife, and 
James H". and Kate A. his wife to Jacob 
Korn. 3d av, s e cor 65lh st, runs south 5".5 
X east 105 x south 50 x east '25 x north I' 0.5 to 
st, X west 130 to beginning. Building loan. 
April 30, due Nov. 1, 1887. 3o,o0ll 

Same to snme. Same property. P. M. April 
3'i. due N..V. I, 18-*7. 21,500 

Mackey, Bridget, wife of and Joseph, to The 
BowERT Savings Bank. 55th st. No. 3i8, s 
s, 3i5 e 2d av, 38 4 to centre of old Post road, 
X southeast along same to centre block, x 
west 37.11 X north 100.5. July 6, 1 year, 5 %. 

6,000 

Merzhacher, Benedict H. , to Sophia Schuster. 
107ih St. P. M July 1, due July 6, 1888. a,O00 

Miilnughney, Michael, to Thu Albany Sav- 
ings Rank. 19t.h st, n s, 2.i3.7 w ath av, 21.5 
x8 i; Hudson st. No. 6*1, w s, 59 n Horatio st, 
29 :^xU2 4x39xl»9.2. July 6, 5 yrs, 4 !?. 3i),000 

More. John, to Eiward Cunninghim. 98th 
st. No. 41 W. P. M. July 5, due July 6, 
1890, 5 %. 4,000 

Neumann, Julius, and Anna E. his wife, to Max 
Borger. 62d st. P.M. July 1,1 year. 1,000 

Naumann, John, to John Giebel. 1st av. P. 
M. July 1, 3 years, 5 %. 4,000 

Newmann, Michael, and Babetta his wife, to 
Rosa Schoeffel. 111th st, s s, 2 JO w 2d av, 20 
xioo.ll. July 1. 3 years, 5 <?, 2,.50J 

Noble, Mary, to Harlem Savings Bank. Mor- 
ris av, w a, 13J.6 s 16;id st, 35xi05. June 3,5, 1 
year, 5 <S. 1,000 

Nuffer, John, to Friedericka Knoechel. 4th av, 
w s, 84.10 s 92d st, 16.2x71. June 37, due July 
1, 1890. 4K %■ 5,000 

Norris, Jamus, to William H. and Alfred N. 
Beadleston and Ernest G. W. Woerz. 6th av, 
n e cor 134th st, 24.11x85. July 6, 3 years, hf,. 

20.000 

Ogilvie, Johns., to The American RtJRETr 
Co., N. Y. Rose st. No. 57, s s, 23xX block. 
Secures surety on bond. July 6. 2o,0J0 

O'Reilly, Dominic, and Edward Callan, to John 
McLoughlin. Lincoln av and 138th st. P. 
M. July 6, due July 1, 1890, or sooner, 5 %. 

5,000 

Same to same. Lincoln av, s e cor 13Sth st, 
Slots. P.M. 3 morts , each *5,000. July 6. 
due July 1, 1890, or sooner, 5 %. 15,000 

Ormiston, Annie, to Julius S. Hitchcock, 
Poughkeepsie. Cauldwell av, centre line, w 
s, extends from Clifton st to 1631 st, 550x 
133. 6. July 1 . 1 year or sooner, 5 ^. 25,000 

Porter, Leah E. G., widow, Brooklyn, to The 
Mutual Life Ins. Co., New York. 113th st, 
ss. 217 6 w 4th av, 16x100.11. June 29, due 
July 1, 188S, 5^ 2..500 

Price, Welcome B., to Adeline F. Price. Perry 
st. No. 1 3 i, n s, 156 e Washington st, 3.5x95. 
July 5, due July 1, 189 ', 5 %. 3,000 

Purton, Euphemia C, to Frances W, Kernan. 
96th St. s s, 3i)0 w 4th av, lOJxlOO.8. K P»''t. 
June 17, 2 years. 1,000 

Pender, Anna M. , wife of Thomas, to William 
A. Coff, exr. Mary M. Warner. 18th st. 
July 6, 1 year, 5 %. See Conveys. 6.000 

Peyton, Josephine L., to The East River 
Savings Inst. 3d av, s w cor 159th st. P. 
M. July 6, 1 year, 5 i. 10. 000 

Pruss, John A., to Henry W. Gennerich and 
Emil A. Hilsmann, of Gennerich & Hilsmann. 
Fordham av, lot 314 map Central Morrisania, 
part of Bathgate Farm, 50x120. July 5, 1 
year, 5 %. l.OaO 

Peck, Alvin T., to Charles A. Stadler. Lots 
17 and 18 map Charles A. Stadler, ?3d Ward. 
P. M. June 22, due June 27, Ih9 ), 5 %. 3.040 

Pfeiffrtr, George, and Minna his wife, Brooklyn, 
to Bernhard Gesing 41st 8t, No. 113. s s, 205 
e 4th av, 25x98 9. July 1, due Oct. 13, 1890. 

6,1 OD 

Pine, Catharine F., to John W. Haaren. 9-'th 
St. P. M. June 3i), 4 years or installs., 5 1 3,500 

Powers, Dennis, to Simon E. Bernheimer and 
August Bchraid, of Bernheimer & Schinid. 
3d av. No. 19)5. Saloon lease. Juue 30, note, 
demand. 1,310 

PragU', John G,, to Alexander Brown, Phila- 
delphia, Pa 87th st, 8 wcor 9th av,3JxloiP.8 
July 1, 5 years, 4!^ %. 40.000 

Same to same. Sbih st, n w cor 9th av, : O'c 
100,8. July 1, 5 years, 4 J^5{. 5o lO 

Picard, Sarab, wife of and I-aao, to THE Phil- 
adelphia Savings Fund ooo. Av b. No. 'i8, 
w 8, 24.3 n 5th st, 24.3ilu0. June 30, 5 years, 
i}i %■ IS. 000 

Pieriiig, Antonia, wife of Henry, to Philipp 
Hill and Katy his wife. 3d av, 2.Sd Ward. 
P. M. July 5, due June 30, ls90, 5 %. 5,000 

Pfeiffer, Jacob, to John Eichler. Harlem Rail- 
road, w 8 7il fi lot 16i map village Morrisania, 
— X — to railroad x — t > Mill tirooK, x — to 
beginning; New York & Harlem Railroad. 8 
e s, lot lt>3 map village Morrisania, 75x^93 to 
Mill Brook, x74x301. July 1, 3 yrs, 4 %. 11,(00 

Quinn, Lucy A., wife of and John, to Rebecca 
A. wire of John C. Brinck. Uthav, ws, 
35.1 n 51st st, 35.1x100. June 24, due July 1, 
1890, 5 i, 10.000 



Reichenstein, Rudolph, to Peter Doelger. 
117th St. P. M. July 1, 5 years, 5 % 10,000 

Rpuheostone, Hyman, to Margaret Manney. 
llth st, s s, 103 e 3d av. P. M. July 1, in- 
stalls, 5 <6. 60 000 

Same to same. Same property. P. M. July 
1, 5 years or installs. 5 %. 2o,o00 

Rippe, Frederick, to John Bohlken. Cedar st. 
No. 98, 8 w cor Temple st. 25x5'>, by ac'ual 
measurement. Julv 1, 8 yrs or sooner, 5;{. 8.000 

Ross, Caroline, wife of William P., to Jacob 
O'Eraery. 97th st, s s, 3S3 e loth av, 17. 6x 
100.11. June 29, due July 1, 1892, or installs, 
5 %. ' 10.500 

Rossi, Louis, to .John W. Haaren. 103d st. P. 
M. June 30. due Jan. 1. 1888. 6,^20 

Roz. EleDuor L.. otherwise Laura, wife of 
Theodor L . to Sarah Danzig. Morris st, s s, 
100 w Madison av, 25x125. July 2, 5 years, 
5 %. U.OO 

Ruckert, John L , to The Dry Dock Savings 
Inst. O'^th st, s s. al9 w loth av, 27xlO(i 5. 
July 1, 1 year, 4X!6. 7,0C0 

Reid, Thomas, to Samuel Riker. 57th s^, s s, 4i5 
w 9th av, 3SX100 .5. July 1. 6 mos, 5 % 3.703 

Same to John H. Riker, trustee Margaret A, J. 
Tibbits et al. Same property. July 1, 1 year, 
b%. 2,292 

Reeber, George A. and William C, to William 
Fiuk. Iii7ih st, n s, 100 w Av A, runs west 
100 X north loii, 11 x east 86 to high water 
mark, Harlem River, x southeast 14 x siuth 
9ii to beginning. 107i,h st, n s, 213 e 1st av, 
75x1011. 11. July 2, 5 years or installs., 5 %. 7,500 

Renner. Martha, to Herman Heydt. 46th st. 
No. 223, n s, 308 w 2d av, 26il00.5. July 1, 5 
year«, 5 %. 8,000 

Rosenhaum, Daniel, and Moees Zimaermann 
to Frederick Timme. 33d st, s s, 350 e 8th av, 
35x98.9. June 3 J, due July 1, 1893, 4K i- 

iOOOO 

Rosenberger, Margaretta F., College Point, L. 
I., to Henry E Widmayer. Allen st. No. 51. 
P. M. July 5, 2 years. 2,500 

Runge, Albert, to The Emigrant Indus. Rav- 
ings Bank. 29th st, u s, 75 e 1st av, 25x74 1. 
July 1, 1 year. 7,500 

Revell, William A., to Charlotte 8. Thompson, 
Taighannock Falls, N. Y. Sedgwick av, w s, 
lot 13 map L. G. Morris, 24th Ward, 25x100. 
June 15, 3 years. 4.000 

Reid, Walter, to Walter F. Kilpatrick. 13iith 
8t. P. M. March 15, 1 year, 5 ^ 5 oOO 

Roby, James T., Mary A., Vincent R. and John 
R.. also Jo.seph M. McDonald to THE Mutual 
Life Ins. Co , New York. 93d st, s s, 15 i w 
3d av, tOxK 8. July 6, 1 year. 25,000 

Roberts, Elizabeth, wife of John, to Hosea B. 
Perkins. 1.59th st, s s, 375 w 10th av, '25x 
99.11. July 7, I year. 9,000 

Rothstein, Levy and Daniel, to Rudolph Bohm 
Clinton st. No. 47. P. M. Julv 1, installs. 7.( 00 

Same to same. Same property. P. M, Sub. 
to morts. $21,000. July I, l.raonth. 5 250 

Ridder, Mary C.. wife if and Herman, to The 
Emigrant Indust Savings Bank. 84th st, 
n s, 119 w Av A, 18 9xl03.J. July 7, 1 year. 

7,0C0 

Rosenberg, Iguaz, to Caroline C. Banks. 
Daly av. P. M. July 6, due July 7, 1890, or 
sooner, 5 %. 580 

Rickaby, Hamilton, to Annie Barry. 4')th st, 
n e cor loth av, 34.3x100.5. July 6, 5 years, 
4 1. 7.500 

Schneider, William F., to Charles Emmo»\s, 
Brooklyn. 3d av, w s, 1;9 1 n llthst, 19..5x 
7.5. Ijease. July 6, installs. 5,000 

Shelton, Minnie T., wife of William A., to 
Henry F. Shoemaker, llth av and 171st st. 
P. M. June 38, due July 6, 18s8, or sooner, 
5 %. 1,300 

Solomon, Abraham, to William Fiseler and 
ano., exrs. Cai-olioe Fiseler. Rivingtou st. 
P M. July 5, 4 years or installs., 5 ^. l,.50O 

SchuU, Maria L., wife of John G. ,to James 
and Abram T. Buckhout. Lot 40 map South 
Fordham. P.M. July 3, 3 years, 5 Jg. 1,200 

Schwaikert, John, to George Steinmeiz, Cedar 
Grove, N. J. 9th st, s s, 133 w Av C, 35x96. 
June 22, due July 1, 1892, 5 %. 9,000 

Siegfl, Abraham, to The Meiropolitan Sav- 
ings Bask, lllth st, n s, 1.50 w 2d av, 5 lots, 
each 25x Oi.U. 5 morts., each $1,000. June 
20, 1 year, 5 %. 5,000 

Stein, Solomon to Samuel Weil. Norfolk st. 
No. 12.5. P. M. July 1, due Jan. 1, ls8S, 5 %. 

16,750 

Sweetser, Thomas T., to Charles A. Stadler. 
Lots 4T and 48 map Charles A. Stadler, 23d 
Ward. P. M. June 23, due June 27, 1890, 
5«. l.ilO 

Schineckenbecher, Martin, to Thi Inst, for 
the Savings of Merchants Clerks. 8iiih 
st, n s, 8 .6 w Eastern Boulevaid, 2>. 6x102 3. 
June 28, due Aug. 15, 1890 43^ %. 10,000 

Schneider, Matbias H., to Syivia H, Delano. 
1st av, e s, 35 8 s 91st st, 35x74. June 27, due 
May I, 1891, b%. 10,000 

Same to Henry de F. Weekes, exr. Isaac Smith. 
Same property. June 37, due May 1, 189 i, 
5 %. 3,000 

Schreiner, George and John, Jr., to Thomas 

Rutter. 81th st, s s, 323 w Av B. P. M. 

July 1, 1 year or sooner, 5 %. 15,000 

Same to same. 84th st. s s, 248 w Av B. P. M. 

July 1, I year or sooner, 5 %. 15,000 

Same to same. 84th st, s s, 398 w Av B. P. M. 

July 1, 1 year or sooner, 5 %. 15,0C0 

Same to same. Av B and 84th st. P. M. Julv 

1, 1 year or sooner, 5 %. 55,000 

Strauss, Michael, to Julius Rosenberg. Ridge 

St. P. M. Sub. tomorte. $14,000. July 1, 3 

years or sooner, 5 %. .8,000 



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July &. 1887 



Batinstein, Reuben, to Jacob Hecht. Hester st. 
No. 55, n s, 22x88. July I, 3 years. i7M0 

Sampter, Michael, to The United States Life 
Ins. Co , N. Y. 5th av, s wcor 131st, 99.11x 
127. July 1, 5 years, 4,13 i. fio.OOO 

Bcbaad, Ferdinand, to George Schard. SGth st, 
n s, 225 w Istav, 20x100.8. July 1, 5 years. 
5 %. 9,(100 

Bchenkel, Jacob, and Marie his wife, to Babette 
Weil. Mitchell pi. P. M. July 1, 3 years, 
5%. 1,(J00 

Bcblesinger, Leo, and Joseph Hecht to TiiB 
Greenwich Saviros Bank. 3d av, No. t;97, 
e 8, 40.5 8 4Rhst, 20x80. June 24, due July 1, 
1892, 4K %■ IS-'^DO 

Bame to same. 3d av. No. 695, e s, CO 5 s 44th 
st, 20x80. Junea4,due July 1,;1892, 43^^. 12,030 

Schneider, Mathias H., to Paulina A. Morgan, 
widow. 1st av, s e cor 91st st, 25.8x74. June 
27, due July 1, 1893, 5 i. 20,000 

Schnugg, Francis J., to Nathan Wise and Ju- 
lius G. Miller. 8th av and 145th st. P. M. 
June 30, due July 1, 1888, 5 %^ 40,000 

Sohreiber, Henry, to Peter Muller. 104tk st. 
July 1, 5 years, 5 i. See Conveys. 4,000 

Schubert, John, to John and Matthias, Jr., 
Haffen. 163d st, s e s, w 'h lot 28 map North 
Melrose, 25x100. June 29, 'due July 1, 188S. 550 

Schwartz, Lena, Mary Lambreeht, Barbara 
VoUmer, Michael L. Bouillon and John F. 
Bouillon to Gustav Lippniann. Eldridge st, 
e 8, 37.0 s Broome st, 2.5x87.6. Juue 18, due 
July 1, 1892, 5 %. 18,000 

Segree, Pauline, wife of Salvatore B., to The 
Bowery Savings Bank. 9M st, n s, ItO w 
3d av. P. M. July 1, 3 years, 4M %■ ^-03 

Seitermam, Joseph, to Joseph S. and Simon 
F. Bleyer. Broome st. P. M. June 28, de- 
mand. 42,490 

Shields, Edward P., to Frederick W. Whit- 
ridge, trustee. 64Dh st, n s, 135 e 10th av, 25 
xlOO.5. May 31, due July 1, 1893, or sooner. 

30,000 

Smith, G. Waldo, and John 8. Sills to Francis 
X. Keller. 49th st. P. M. June 28, due 
July 1, 1889 or sooner, 5^. 20.000 

Btichler, Edward, to Anna M. Anderson. El- 
ton av, n w B, 50 3 w 154th st, 50x100. July 
1, 1 year. 1,500 

Schlang, Esther, wife of and Charles, to The 
Society for the Relief of Poor Wid ows with 
Small' Children. East Broadway, No. 171, s 
8, 26x100. July 6, due July 7, 1893, 5 f. 15,000 

Stevenson, Vernon K., to Thomas D. Mason 
and ano. , exra. Sidney Mason. Central 
Park West or 8th av. P. M. July 7, 1 jr. 7,000 

Sterling, Mary I., Hannah M., Margaret S. 
and Catharine P., to Frederick G. Bourne. 
140th st, n 8, 181.6 e Alexander av, 50x100. 
June 30, 3 years, 5 %. 8,000 

Bteers, Margaret J., wife of Henry V., to 
Solomon Moses, exr. Herman Friedlander. 
153a st, 8 s, 150 w 10th av, 25x99.11. July 1, 
5 years, 4}4 %. 5,000 

Taylor, James, to Enoch L. Fancher. 95th st, 
3 8, 298 e 9th av, 19x100.8. July 1, 1 year, 
5^. 16,000 

Same to same. 95th st, s 9, 263 e 9th av, 18x 
lt0 8. July 1, 1 year, 5 ^ 15,000 

Bame to same. 95th st, s 3, 345 e 9th av, 17x 
100.8. July 1, 1 year, 5 %. 14,000 

Bame to same. 95th st, s s, 280 e 9th av, 18x 
100.8. July 1, 1 year, 5 J 15,000 

The Society of the Friars Minor of the Order 
of St. Francis to The Emiorant Industrial 
Savings Bank, Sullivan st, e 3, 95.3 s 
Houston st, runs east — to Thompson st at 
point 95. 1 3 Houston st, x south 75.3 x west — 
to Sullivan st at point 75.1 from beginning, 
X north 75.1 to beginning. July 1, 1 yr. 20,(i00 

Thompson, Henry C, to Alrick H. Man, trus- 
tee. 188th st, s w cor Lorillard st, — x221.3x 
100x318; IbSth st, 8 e cor Lorillard st, — x77.6 
xl00x8:i.4. June 30, due Nov. 1, 18.S7. 20,000 

Same to Mary J. Martin. Lorillard st, e s, 80.4 
s 188th st, 133x100. June 30, due November 
1, 1887. 12,000 

Thornton, John P., to Edward and Henry 
Hirsh. 10th av, n e cor 80th si. P. M. 
June 30, due Mar. 1, 1888. 21,500 

Bame to same. Same properly. Building loan. 
June 30, due Mar. 1,' 1888. 35,(00 

Tiedemann, John, to John Muller. 2d av. P. 
M. July 1. 5 years, 6 %. 8,000 

Tauber, Joseph, to Matthias Vosseler. Av A. 
P. M. July 1, installs., 5 %. 5,!50O 

Tidball, Martha A , wife of and William L., to 
The Mutual Life Ins Co , New York. 45th 
Bt, n 8, to e Broadway, 30x75. July 5, 1 year, 
5 %. 13,000 

Uren, Thomas T., to Daniel F. Appleton. 97th 
st, 3 3, 500 w 8th av. P. M. May 26, de- 
mand. 32,000 

Bame to same. Same property. Building 
loan. May 26, demand. " 32,000 

Vail, Lizzie R., wife of William, to James 
81att«ry. 83d st. P. M. June 30, 2 years, 
5 %. 13,.500 

Van Dolsen, John, to Sarah H. Powell. 114th 
st, n 8, 350 e 3d av, SOxlOO.U. July 1, 3 
months. 15,000 

Varian, Francis M. , and Mary L. Stud well to 
Samuel J. Uaderhill, Jericho, L. I. Broad- 
way, w s, at intersection with n line of land 
of Hawxhurst, 63x163, 24th Ward. June 30, 
due July 1, 1890, 5 %. 3,500 

Verdenhalven, Daniel, to Margaret A. wife of 
Michael Brennan. 10th av and 60th st. P. 
M. July 7, 2 years. 3,C00 

Vincent, William E. D., to Mary Reynolds 
and ano., exrs. James S. Reynolds. 136th 
Bt, ns, 135 w 8th av, 16.8x99.11. June 34, due 
July 1,1890, 6^., 10,000 



Same to Dore Lyon. Same property. Sub. to 
mort. JflO.OtO. July 0, duo July 1, 1888, 5 -S. 2,850 

Weller, Andrew, to Caroline Schaefer. 148th 
st, n s, 125 e Courtlandt av, 25x106.6. July 1, 
3 years, 5 %. 500 

Witt, Conrad, to Henry Arnold. 3d st, n s, 189 
w Av C. July 1, 5 years or sooner, 5 %. See 
Leeisehold Conveys. 5,000 

Welliog, Richard W. G., to The Manhattan 
Savings Inst. 34th and 26th sts. P. M. 
July 6, 1 year, 4K 1 KO.OOO 

Wheelock, William A., and William L. Skid- 
more to Robert Robertson. Boulevard and 
73d St. P. M. Sub. to mort. $29,350. Juno 
30, due July 7, 1890, or sooner, 5 %. 30,7.^j0 

Same to same. Same property. June SO, due 
July 7, 18iH), or sooner, 5 %. 29,2i0 

Wacker, Johannu", to Mendel Gerhart. 10th 
St. P. M. July 2, due July 1, 1893, 5 %. 8.(00 

Wehdebrock, Christian, to The Emigrant 
Indust. Savings Bank. 29th st, n 3, 100 e 
1st av, 25x98.9. July 1, 1 year. 7,5C0 

Walker. Margaret, and Eliza Magrath, widow, 
to Henry^S. Moore, exr. and trustee Theron 
R. Butler. 8th av, es, 50.10 3 123d st, 25x99. 
July ,6, 5;years, 4 %. 10,000 

Wellington, William, Dobbs Ferry. N. Y., to 
Mary M. P, Richards. 53d st, s s, 265 e 9th 
av, 20x100.5. July 6, 3 years, 5 C 6,000 

Westheimer, Jacob H., to Theresa Nathan. 6th 
st, s », 278.11 w Av C, 30.1x97. July 5, due 
July 1, 189 ', 5 %. 5,C00 

Wilson, Matthew W., Matthew S. and Minnie 
I., to Anna M. Pender. lOth st, n s, 100 w 
University pi, 73.3x94.9; also lOih st, n s, 
173.3 w University pi, 24.5x60.1x25.5x67.1. 
June 24, due July 1, 1890. 6,000 

Same to Mary G. Wilson. Same property. P. 
M. June 24, due Jujy 1, 1890. 8,000 

Wallace, Isabella, to Alexander Buchanan. 
SOth st, 3 s, 154.4 e 9th av, 18.4x93.9. Sub. to 
mort. $S,COO. June 25, due July 1, 1893, 
5 %. 8,0C0 

Welchmann, Nathan, to Peter Buhl. Riving- 
ton st, No. 319. P. M. July 1, installs. 1,0C0 

Same to The New York Skin and Cancer Hos- 
pital. Rivington St. P.M. July 1, 5 years, 
5 %. 5,000 

Weinstein, Ascher, to Ellen V. Meakim. 
Henry st. P. M. June 30, due July 1, 1889, 
5 i. 15,500 

Wendt, Augusta E., wife of Edmund C, to 
The Union Dime Savings Inst. Madison 
av. P. M. June 30, due May 1, 1888, 
4>i %. £0,000 

West, ZImri, Orange, N. J., to Jacob O. Emery. 
Hudson Bt, No. 34, n e cor Duane st (No. 
163), runs north 27.11 x east 49.6 x southwest 
26 X east 6.9 x south 20.9 to Duane st, x west 
40.11 to beginning. Sub. to morts. $15 000. 
June 29, due July 1, 1888, 5 %. 5,000 

Williams, John G, to James L. Parshall. 
Cauldwell av. P. M. July 1, 8 years or in- 
stalls, 5 %. 5,000 

Wehdebrock, Christian, and Maria his wife, to 
The Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank. 
2d av, e 8, 79.8 n 29th st, 17.10x75. July 1, 1 
year. 7,500 

Wright, Isaac E., to Frederick A. Constable et 
al., exrs. and trustees Henrietta Constable. 
131st St. P. M. May 11, due July 2, 1888, or 
sooner, 5 %. 25,000 

Same to Reuben Ross. 131st st, 8 s, 350 e 7th 
av, 100x99.11. June 38, 6 months. 35,000 

Weiher, Lorenz, New Rochelle, N. Y., to 
Emanuel Heilner. 10th av. P. M. July 1, 
1 year, 5 %. 1.850 

Zahh, Jacob, Brooklyn, to Carl Schmeising. 
Rivington st, s s, 34 w Essex st, 33x60.10x21.6 
xOO.lO. June 30, due July 1, 1890, 5 f. 10,000 



KINGS COraXY. 

June 30, July 1, 2, 4, 5, 6. 

Assip, John, and Timothy J. Buckley to Ros- 
well Eldridge, town treasurer Hempstead, 
L. I. 5th av, 3 cor Lincoln pi, runs southwest 
along av 33.6 x southeast 79.3 x northeast 0.6 
X southeast 10.8 x northeast 28 to pi, x north- 
west 90 to beginning. July 1, due May 1, 
1890, %. $8,000 

Same to same. 5th av, e s, 38.6 s w Lincoln pi, 
runs southeast 79.3 x south 6.1 x southwest 
K). 11 X northwest 84.3 to av, x northeast 20. 
July 1, due May 1, 1890, 5 %. 5,000 

Atkinson, Sarah, to William L. Dowling. Park 
pi, s w s, 531 n w Vanderbilt av, 31x131. 
Sub. to mort. June 38, due July 1, 1888. 5,C00 

Auer, John, to The German Savings Bank, 
Brooklyn. Hey ward et, n s, 330 e Marcy av, 
25xU0. April 28, due June 1, 1888, 5 %. 3,000 

Same to same. Heyward st, n s, 205 e Marcy 
av, 35x100. April 28, due June 1, 1888, 5 %. 3,000 

Allaire, Emma, wife of and John T., to Henry 
S. White, Red Bank, N. J. Jefferson av, n 
s, 130 e Marcy av, 30x100. Juue 30, 5 years, 
S %■ 2.000 

Alsgood, Henry P., to William H. Buck. 
Berkeley pi, b s, 142 w 6ih av, 20x95. July 
1, 3 years, 4 %. 4.0OO 

Auer, Emma, wife of and Anton, to Carl Bohm. 
Boerum st, 8 s, 250 w Leonard st, 35x100. July 
1, 3 years, 5 %. 3,000 

Auer, Johu, to Mary S. Baker. Stagg Bt, 8 e 
cor Waterbury st. P. M. June 27, 1 year. 

^^%- , 1,300 

Ashton, John M., to Albert V. B. Voorhies. 
Bay 33d st, n w s, 475 s w 86th st, 60x96.8. 
July 6. 3 years. 2,500 

Baker, George, to Johu Lefferts. East New 
York av, Flatbush. P. M. July 5, due July 
1, 1890, 5 «. •' 1,00 

Ball, George, to Eliza J. Ball. McDonough st, 
8 3, 33.6 e Tompkins av, 30x90. July 5, se- 



cures annuity of $101.35 during natural life 
of mortgagee. 

Same to J ohn D. Sullivan. Same property. 
July 5, 3 years. 1,000 

Becker. Adam J., to Maria F. B. Becker. 
Myrtle av, s s, 134.6 w Walworth st, runs 
south 111.10 X west 0.6 x north 21.10 x west 
20 X north 30 to av, x east 20.6. July 6, 7 
years, 5 %. 1,750 

Brock, William H,, to Edward D. White and 
ano., exrs. John 8. Thome. Seabring st, s 
3, 225 e Richard st, runs south 100 x east ~ x 
north — X north again 33.5 to Seabring st, x 
west — to beginning. July 6, due September 
1, 1888 5 %. 5,000 

Brown, (ieorge R., to Joseph M. Greenwood. 
4th av, s e cor Degraw st, K0x75. July 1, 1 
year. 20,000 

Bartsch, John, 'to J. Hermann Riechers. Wol- 
cott St. P. M. July 2, 3 years. 500 

Easier, Leopold, to Bernhard Metzger. 6th av, 
es, 21 s 16th st, 18.2x80. July 1, 10 years, 
5 %. 1,000 

Biggs, Francis A., to William W. Wickes. 
Coney Island av, w s, 100.3 n Av C, Flatbush. 
P.M. June 23, due June 30, 1890, 5 SS. 1,(00 

Same to same. Coney Island av, ws, 127.4 n 
Av C, Flatbush. P. M. June 22, due June 
SO, 1890, 5%. 1,000 

Birdsall, Clarence W., to John H. Heynen. 
Lorimer st, e s, 50 n Ainslio st, 2.5xU0. July 
1, 5 years or installs., 6 !?. 2,000 

Blancbard, James A., to Ann M. Munson. 
Willoughby av, n s, 160.8 e Lewis av, 16. 8x 
100. Dec. 30, due May 1, 1887, 5 <f. 1,000 

Blau, Morris, to Martha Fries. Graham av, w 
8, 24.4 s Withers st, 35.7x75. July 1, installs.. 
5 %. 4,500 

Boutier, Joseph T. , to Francis H. Bawo and 
ano., exrs. C. P. Albert Hinrichs. Douglass 
st, 3 3, 325 w Smith st, 25x100. July 1, 3 
years, 5 %. S.tOO 

Bowman, James M., to Nicholas L. Rapeljs. 
Glenmore av, n e cor Cleveland st, 26.3x60. 
July I, 3 years. 1,400 

Burden, Sarah J., wife of and Peter, to Donald 
A. Manson. Lorimer st. P. M. July 1, 5 
years or installs, 5 %. 2,100 

Butler, Thomas, to Thaddeus A. Snively, 
guard. Edith J. Snively. lllh st, 3 s, 164.6 e 
4th av, 2 lots, each 16.8x100. 2 morts., each 
$3,500. June 27, due June 28, 1892, 5 %. 7,000 

Same to Andrew M. Young. 11th st, s s, 97.10 
e 4th av, 16.8x100. June 37, due June 28, 
1893, 5 $. 3,500 

Bame to John H. Powell, Jr., and ano., exrs. 
and trustees Samuel Powell. 11th st, s s, 
147.10 e 4'h av, 16.8x100. June 27, due June 
33,1892,5^. 1,000 

Same to same. Same property. June 27, due 
June 28, 1893, 5 %. 2,500 

Same to same. 11th st, s s, 114.6 e 4th av, 2 
lots, each 16,8x100. 2 morts., each $3,500. 
June 27, due June 38, 1892, 5 %. 7,000 

Same to Noah Tebbets. 11th st, s s, 97.10 e 4th 
av, 6 lots, each 16 8x100. 6 morts., each 
$9u0. June 27, due Jan. 1, 1888. 5,400 

Bourke, Richard J., to Robert E. Topping. 47th 
st, n s, 3U0 e 3d av, 60x100.2. Juue 24, note, 

4 months. 500 
Bradt, Louis, to Charles Durring and Alber- 

tina his wife, Woodhaven, L. I. Hull st, n 3, 
306.3 w Saratoga av, 18.9x100. June 30, due 
Nov. 2, 1890, 5 %. 1,.500 

Brooks, Eliza F., to Abie! A. Low. Atlantic 
av, n 3, 100 e Hoyt st, 25x90.6. June 39. 600 

Buckley, Maria E. , to William J. Sayres, trus- 
tee for Nicholas Styne, Curran & Cooper, Dav- 
id Stone, George A. Hawkins and J. T. E. 
Litchfleld & Co. Sumner av, n e cor Han- 
cock st, 45x100. June 30, due Nov. 1, 1887. 4,500 

Burtis, Nathaniel W., to John H. Schroeder. 
Marcy av, 3 e cor Greene av. P. M. July 1, 
3 years or sooner. 5,(JC0 

Bills, James A., to Ann E. Horton. Grove st. 
P. M. June 30, installs.. 5 %. 1,600 

Chapman, Irving J., to The Phenix Fire Ins. 
Co. , Brooklyn. (Juincy st, 3 s, 213.6 e Sum- 
ner av, 17.6x100. Juue SO, due July 1, 1888, 

5 %. 3,500 
Collins, Theresa B., wife of and Jeremiah J., to 

Thomas P. 1. Goddard et al., trustees John C. 
Brown, dec'd. Prospect pi, s w s, 105.5 n w 
6th av, 6 lots, each 16 8xl0o. 6 morts., each 
$6,000. June 30, 3 years, 5 %. 36,000 

Same to Alfred Eddy. Same property. 6 
morts. , each $1,000. Sub. to 6 prior morts. 
for $36,000. June 30, 1 year, 5 %. 6,000 

Curran, John, to William W. Kouwenhoven. 
3d av, 3 e 3, 106,5 n e 49th st, 18.9xl0u. June 
30, due Nov. 1, 1890, 5 %. 2,000 

Same to Frances M. Vibbard. 3d av, s e s, 87.8 
u e 49th 8t, 18.9x100. June 30, due Nov. 1, 
1890, 5 %. 2,000 

Same to same. 3d av, s e s, 63. 1 1 n e 49th st, 
18.9x100. June 30, due Nov. 1, 1890, 5 %. 2,000 

Same to Evert Suydam. 3d av, s e s, 50.3 n e 
49th st, 18.9x100. June 30, due Nov. 1, 1890, 
5 %. 2,000 

Clark, Abram, to William Williamson. Flat- 
bush. 14th St. P. M. July 1, due Nov. 1, 
1888. 8,500 

Cecil, Margaret, to The Greenpoint Savings 
Bank. Eckford st. P. M. June 7, due July 
1,1888, 5 «. 1,;00 

Chubb, Eleanor Y., Staten Island, to Thomas 
H. Messenger, exr. Harry Messenger. Grove 
st, n w 3, 450 3 w Central av, 50x300 to Ralph 
St. July 1, 3 years, 5 ^. 3,000 

Concanuon, Patrick, to Joseph C. Hoagland. 
Lafayette av, n s, 176 e Lewis av, 34x100. 
June 30, due July 1, 1890, 5 %. 7,000 

Same t > same. Lafayette av, n s, 119 e Lewis 
av, 3 lots, each 19x100. 3 morts., each $5,000. 
June 30, due July 1, 1890,5^. 15,00q 



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Same to same. Lafayette av, n s, 100 e Lewis 
ar, 19x100. June 30, due July 1, 1S90, ."J %■ 4,5(0 

Condict, Bilas B., to Nellie C Van Reypeu. 
13th St, s s, 322.10 w 8th av, 25x100. July 1, 4 
months, 5 %. 150 

Same to Terence Jacobsou, trustee for Thomas 
R. Bunker. 13th st. P. M. April 15, due 
July 1, IS90, 5%. ],3C0 

Croger, Hairiet E., wife of John W., to Ellen 
A. Wohlara. Dean st, s s, 203 e Schenectady 
av, 25x107.3. July 1, 5 years. 1,4C0 

Cunningham, Lawrence J., to Jesse D. Smith, 
exr. Feter G. Taylor. Smith st, n w cor State 
St, 20x78 2x19.11x77. July 1, due June 1, 1893, 
5 %. 5,000 

Coffin, Roland F., to Mary A. wife of Willis B. 
Goodsell, Norwalk, Conn. Kosciu=ko st. P. 
M. July 5, 1 year, 5 %. 600 

Cooney, Matthew, to Charles A. Schilling, 
Hempstead, IL. I. Herman st. P. M. June 
38, 4 years, install?., 5^. 1,300 

Cooper, William H., to Wallace A. Armstrong. 
Willoughby av. P. M. May 19, due July 3, 
1893, or installs. 5,000 

Chapman, Eliza A., to Robert and Mary A. 
Quayle. Berry st, s o s, 75 n e North 7th st, 
3.'')xl00. July 5, 3 years, 5 %. S,(;00 

Clench, James, to John Lefferts. Nostrand av 
and Midwood st, Flatbush. P. M. July 5, 
due July 1, 1890, 5 ;J. 780 

Daly, Elizabeth, wife of and John, to Patrick 
MoGowan. 19th st, s s, 370 w Gth av, 25x100. 
July 5, 1 year. 250 

Decker, Jr., Joseph K., to Gilbert S. Thatford. 
Ocean av. P. M. May 31, 10 years. 9C0 

Dillingham, William G., to Walter Hopkins. 
Covert St. P. M. July 1, instalh, 5 %. 850 

Dougherty, Hugh, to John Lefferts. Midwood 
st, Flatbush. P. M. July 5, due July 1, 
1890, 5 %. 200 

Dahnken, Meta, to William J. Kerrigan. EUery 
Bt. P. M. July 1, 3 years. 700 

De Clark, Abram, to Mary J. Wood. 14th st. 
P. M. July I, 1 year. 200 

Dess, August, and Walburger his wife, to The 
German Savings Bank, Brooklyn. Debevoise 
st, s s, 125 e Humboldt st, 25x100. June 30, 
dueDec. 1, 18S8, 5^. ],.5C0 

Dooly, Sarah, to Lydia E. wife of Samuel A. 
Forest, St. Paul, Minn. Sands St. P. M. 
June 1, 5 years. 6,000 

Doscher, Christine 8., wife of and John, to 
Catharine Schroeder. Newell st, s e cor Mes- 
erole av, 20x75. July ], 5 years or sooner. 2,000 

Dills, J. Forbus, to Jacob Rapelje. Baltic, 
Fountain and Ijocust avs. P. M. June 1, 
3 years, 5 %. 1,500 

Same to same. Fountain and Locust avs. P. 
M. June 1, 3 years, 5 «. 1,300 

Same to same. Fountain, Locust and Baltic 
avs. P. M. June 1, 3 years, 5 %. 2,600 

Same to same. Liberty, Fountain and Locust 
avs. P. M. June 1, 3 years 5 %. 2,500 

Dowden, Sarah, to Catharine M. Flint. Bergen 
st, n 3, 325 e Grand av, 3i)xll0. June 39, due 
Nov. ], 1877. 100 

Dugan, Alexander, to Thomas J. Moore. Flush- 
ing av. P. M. June 1, 3 years, 5 ^. 7,0C0 

Dunstatter, Henrietta, to W ilbur H. Whitlock, 
Jamaica, L. I. Cleveland st. P. M. June 
33, due July 1, 1893, or installs. 1,350 

Emmans, John, to Hetty B. Beatty, Morris- 
town, N. J. Halsey st, s s, 315 e Sumner av, 
60x100. June 30, lyear. 4,000 

Engert, Charles, to The Zion Widows and Or- 
phans Soc. Varet st, s s, 150 e Humboldt st, 
25x100. June 29, due July 1, 1892, 5 %. 3,000 

Same to same. Varet st, s s, 175 e Humbold st, 
25x100. June 29, due Julv 1, 1893, 5 %. 3,000 

Engelhardt George, to Mary S. Baker. Stagg 
st, n w cor Bogart st. P. M. June 30, 3 
years. 5 %. 7iO 

Epple, Christian, and Catharina his wife, to 
Albrecht Wolfer. Moore st. P. M. July 1, 
1 year, 5 ?. 1 (XiO 

Ernst, Joseph, to Henry Koch. Park av. P. 
M. July 1, 5 years or Installs, 5 %. 2,200 

Elkins, Sara E , wife of Horatio B., to Nicholas 
Toerge. Bergen st, n s, 381 e Nostrand av, 
19x107.2. Given to correct errors in prior 
mortgage. May 13, due May 14, 1892, 5 %. (7,500 

Feltham, William, to Caroline Wermann. 8th 
av, west cor 38th st, 22x100; 8th av, n w s, 
33 s w 38th st, 17x100. July 5, due July 1, 
1890, or installs. 500 

Fogarty, Honora, to John H. Murphy. Huron 
st, s s, 183 w Manhattan av, 35x100. July 3, 
5 years, 5 %. 500 

Freeman, Mary E. , and Mary C. and Malvina 
Bush to Elizabeth Bdwards. Butler st. No. 
22, s s, 4ti0 w Smith st, 20x100. June 18, due 
July 1, 1889. 3,500 

Foote, Mary E., wife of and Theodore M., fios- 
ton, Mass., to Louise Ormsbee. Willoughby 
av, n s, 405 e Tompkins av, 20x100. June 30, 
3 years, 5 %. 4,600 

Fuch, William, and Mary B. big wife, to Pauli- 
na Muller. Penn st. P. M. July 2, due 
July ], 1892, 5!{. 4,000 

Falvey, Catherine M., to John Whalen. Patch- 
en av, s e cor Monroe st, 20x80. July 1 , 3 
years, 5 i. 1,500 

Ferguson Rachel, wife of John S., to George J. 
Flyna and Mary E. his wife. Stuyvesant 
av. 8 8 40 3 Van Buren st, 15x80.9x66, gore. 
July 1, 1 year. GOO 

Fischer, August, to John Gross. North Sth st, 
u 8, 3.50 e Bedford av, 3.5x100. July 1, 5 
years, 5 %. 3,500 

Flynu, Kate, to John N. Eitel. 8d av. P. M. 
July 1, 3 years, or installs, 5 ;{. 8,690 

Farrell, Margaret, to Helen L. Norman and 
ano., trustees Charles Sburman, dec'd. Keap 



st, s e p, 500 n e Marcy av, runs southeast 
89.3 X north 70.8 to Division av, x west 50 to 
st, X southwest 30.4 to beginning. June 21, 3 
months. 5,000 

Fernald, Ophelia S,, wife of Edward C, to 
Mary Gibson. Foster av, n s, 400 w 2d st, 
50x200 to Washington av, Flatbush. June 
18, 3 years. 750 

Fougera, Charles E., to The Hudson City Sav- 
ings Inst., Hudson, N. Y. Lot at Flatbush, 
adj land of the County of Kings, 2,298.9 e 
Poor House road, runs east 631.8 x south 706 
X west 021.8 X north 696, Flatbush. June 29, 
3 years, 5 !f. 10,000 

Flanagan, Martin, to Cornelia J. Carll. Pleas- 
ant pi, w s, 128 s Herkimer st. P. M. June 
15, due Nov. 1, 1890. 1,600 

Same to Katharine A. Carll. Pleasant pi, w s, 
112 8 Herkimer st. P. M. June 15, due Nov. 
1, 1890. 1,600 

Gastama, Jacob, to Daniel Doody. 58th st, s 
s, 180 6 13th av, 20x100, New Utrecht. June 
29, due Dec. 29, 1888. 207 

Oeib. Jacob, Jamaica, L. I., to Peter Qeib. 
McDougal St. June 39, duo July 1, 1893. 
5%. See Conveys. 1,400 

Gregory, Sarah A., wife of and John, to Sarah 
H. Powell. Herkimer st, n s, 113.0 e Sackman 
St. 87.6xlt0. June 30, 3 months. 10,000 

Oarlick, Rosetta. formerly Rerasen, to Mar- 
garetta Dill. Schermerhoru st, Ko. 184, s s, 
71 w Hoyt 3t, 14x100. June 13, due July 1, 
18S9, 5 %. 500 

Gastmeyer, Robert, to John K. Fisher. Ever- 
green av, e cor Himrod st, 80x100. June 15, 

3 years, 5 %. 900 
Grimme, Henry C. and Charles L , to Julia W. 

Crevier. 33d st, s s, 400 e 3d av, 35x100. 
June 20. due July 1, 1893. 3 .500 

Glock, Ernst, to Joseph Gei?. Flushing av. P. 
M. July 1, 3 years or installs, 5 %. 3,000 

Gerken, Margaret, wife of and Henry, to The 
South Brooklyn Savings Inst. Smith st. e s. 
20 n Baltic st. 30x75. July 6, 1 year, 5 %. 1,(03 

Goodwin, Matilda, widow, to James Weir, Bay 
Ridge, L. I. 27th st, n s, 375 w 5th av, 5 lots, 
each21xl(J0. 5 morts., each t3,.5C0. July 1, 
5 years or sooner, 5 i. 17,.500 

Gordon, Frances, to John Lefferts. East New 
York av, Flatbush. P. M. July 5, due July 
1, 1890, 5 % 750 

Grimm, Barbara, widow, and Elizabeth wife of 
Martin Kramer to Peter Kramer. Boerum 
st, s 8, 50 w Graham av, 2.')x50. July 1, 3 
years, 5 %. 460 

Heinemaun, Frederick, to Christine Thier. 
Sackman av. e s. 25.8.4 n Liberty av, 16.8x10 P. 
July 1, 3 years, 5 %. 1,000 

Same to Kunegunde Buhn. Sackman av, u s, 
325 n Liberty av, 33,4x100. July 1,3 years, 
5 %. 2,0C0 

Herr, Charles, and William Clemettto The Will- 
iamsburgh Savings Bank. Greene av. s e s, 
375 n e Evergreen av, 4 lots, each 18.9x100. 

4 morts., each $3,000. July 6, 1 year, 5^. 8,000 
Hagcdorn, Charles, to Edwin C. Squance. Sth 

av. w s, 33 8 1st st, 36x80. June 33, 3 years, 
&%. 500 

Hausmann, Charles, to August Siefers and 
Monika his wife. Stockton st. P. M. July 
3, 1 year, 5 %. 6C0 

Hoh, Clementine, to Christina Eskins. Stock- 
ton st, n s, 175 e Sumner av, 35x100. July 1. 
3 years, 5^. 1,000 

Halstead, Isaac, to Rachel M. Gilsey. Warren 
St. P. M. July 1, 3 years, 5 ^. 1,900 

Harsha, Louis R., to Thomas Lindsay, Hacken-. 
sack, N. J. Bainbridge st. P. M. July 3, 

5 years, 5 %. 8,500 
Hang, Jacob, to Charles Kiehl. Lots 89 and 90 

map Eleanor T. Mills, 18th Ward. July 1, 3 
years, 5 %. 4,500 

Hebberd, bouthrick E., to Dorothy A. Hege- 
man. North 3d st, n e s, 157.5 e Driggs at, 
20x66.11x20x70 6. June 39, due July 3, 1890, 
5 %. 2,0C0 

Heitz, Charles, to John N. Greiner. Bartlett 
ft, n w 8, 83.8 8 w Broadway, 30x60. July 1, 
3 years, 5 %. 1,200 

Henigin, Mary, wife of Charles A., to Anton 
and Veronika Deller. Ellery st. s s. 93.3 e 
Delmonico pi, 25x66.11x25x53.8. June 23, due 
April I, 1890, 5 <{. 2,000 

Hart, Charles, to Catharine N. Curtis, extrx. 
John Skillman. Union st, s s, 355.1 e Roches- 
ter av, 104.10x244.4 to President st, xl05.7x 
245; Montgomery st, s s, 89.7 e Brooklyn av, 
runs south 131.6 x east 237.2 x north 131.9 to 
st, X west 23.5.9 to beginning. June 8, due 
June 10, 1890, 5 ^. 1,440 

Haskins. Lewis N., to Henry Kettelhodt. 51st 
Jt. P. M. June 27, due July 1, 1890. 800 

Hawxhurst, John J. and Dora his wife, Canar- 
sie, to Jane A. Hawxhurst. Lots 156 and 157 
map property of Henry Lehmann, Canarsie, 
Flatlands. June 29, due July L 1889. 550 

Hendrycy, Albert, to William H. Springstein, 
West St. P. M. June 29, installs. iOO 

Himer, Clemens, to James F. Gillen. Trout- 
man st, s 8, 325 e Hamburg av, 35x100. J uly 
1, 1 year, 5 %. 300 

Hopper, Sarah D. , wife of and John, to Jere- 
miah Ervin. 8d av, w s, 50.3 n 43d st, 35x100. 
June 29, 3 years. 700 

Icke, Jacob, to Charles Engert. Varet st, s s, 
1.50 e Humboldt St. P.M. June 39, due July 
1, 1893, 5 %. 1,200 

Same to same. Varet st, s s, 175 e Humboldt st. 
P. M. June 29, due July 1, 1893, or installs., 
5 %. 2,000 

Inverarity, Maria, wife of and Thomas B., to 
Mary E. Fox. Leonard st. es, 35 u TenEyck 
8t, 25x100. July 1, 8 years, 5 %. 3,000 

Jones, Joseph R., to The Dim« Savings Bank, 



Brooklyn. 89th st, s ?, 107.6 w Stewart av, 
K.OxlOO. June 29, 1 yei r. 3,500 

Jones, Richard, to Edmunu R. Smith. Bedford 
av, s e s, 91.1 ii e Guernsey st, 21.4xl0.3.9xl9x 
94. July 1, 5 years, 5 %. 2,000 

Joyce, Andrew A., to Isaac Embree. Webster 
St. P. M. June 30, due July 1. 1893. 550 

Jahrling, Martin, to Catharine Specht. Flush- 
ing av, n s, 156.7 e Bogart st, 25x94.3x25.2x 
97.5. July 1, 5 years, 5 %. 3,500 

Jefferson, William J., to Stephen Garland. 
4ah st, 8 s, 412 e 3d av, 20x100.2. July 2, due 
July 1, 1893, 5^. 1,600 

Keller, Henry, and Louise his wife, to Gottlieb 
Bchanwecker. Central av. n w s, 100 s w 
Troutman late Madison st, 25x100. July 1. 3 
years, 5 %. ;i,30i) 

Kearney, Annie, to William Green. Wythe av, 
e 3, 17.4 n South 9th st, 32.8x104. July 1, 1 
year. 600 

Kerrigan, Maria, to Lizzie Montgomery. 
Wyckoff st, s 8, 295 w Bond st, 30x100. July 
1,3 years, 5^. 1,000 

Kirchoff, Eliza, to Charles Froeb. Hull st, n s, 
150.6 w Hopkinsou av, 16.8x100. June 29, I 
year or sooner, 5 %. 313 

Klein, Albert, to Matthew Gelston. 17th St. P. 
M. July 2, 5 years, 5 %. 2,500 

Klein, Edward, to Valentine Weisensee. Aius- 
lie st, n s, 337 w Lorimer st, 20x100.3. July 
1, 2 years. 400 

Kremer. Catharina, to John A. Hufnagel and 
Elizabeth his wife. Stockton st, n a, 3i e 
Sumner av, 25x100. July 1, 5 years, 5 %. 2,500 

King, William G. L., to Julius B. Davenport. 
Fulton av. P. M. June 30, 6 months, 5 %. 500 

Kleinlein. Peter, to Theresia Kleinlein. Mor- 
rell st, w s, 25 s Moore st, 25x100. June 25, 
due July 1, 1890, S^. 400 

Koch, Edward, to Maximilian Lang, New Lon- 
don, Conn. 37th st, s s, 126.4 w 8th av, 40x 
100.3. June 30, due Jan. 2, 188S. 400 

Kerling, Joseph, to Maria S. Staimer. Boerura 
st, n s, 175 e Humboldt st, 25x100. June 25 
due July 1,1892, 4X«. 4,000 

Kelling, Louise, to George and John Zipp. At- 
lantic av, n f , 80.6 e 3d av, 19.6x80. June 30, 
1 year. gco 

Same to Henry L. Tyson, Bay Ridge, L. I. 
Same proferty. P. M. June 28, 3 years. 

5,000 

Kenny, Peter D., to Duane H. Clement. Van 
Buren st, n t, 183 w Patcheu av, 18x100. July 
1,2 years. 2,500 

King, Louisa, to Levi V. Martin. ,5Sd st, No. 
164 P. M. June SO. due Aug. 1, 1887. 900 

King, Henrietta H., wife of and John B., to B. 
Ay mar Sands. 53d st. No. 166. P. M. June 
30, installs. ] ,( 00 

Same to i.'amuel S. Sands, guard. Robert C. 
Sands. Same property. P. M. June SO, 
due July 1, 1892, 5 %. 2,001 

Kattenhorn, Marie M., wife of Albert H , to 
John Behnken. Conover st, n w cor Wolcott 
st, 16x100. July 5, 3 years. 3 300 

Kayser, August, to Enoch Martin. Stockholm 
St. P. M. June 27, installs, 5 %. 500 

Klein, Henry, to John C. Orr. Floyd st, s s, 
215 e Nostrand av, 25x100. July 5, 1 yr. 1,900 

Krone, Rosalie, wife of and Abram, to Nellie 
C. Van Reypen, Washington, D. C. Fulton 
st, w s, 169.6 n Middagh st, 27x73.8x15x78 8. 
Lease. July 2, due July 1, 1888. 1,500 

Lott, Arthur, to James Cubberly. Pacific st, 
n s, 144.8 w Franklin av, 20x90. May 3, due 
May 1, 1888. 2,000 

Lynch, Mary E,. to Marie E. Jacobson. Man- 
ha.iset pi, ws. 80s Rapelye st, 135xS6; Luquer 
st, n s, 110 w Clinton st, 40x100. July 6, 
due Jan. 1, 1888, or sooner. 8000 

Lortler, Christian, to Gesma M. Behrmann. 
Georgia av, w s, 325 s Fulton av, runs west 
200 to Alabama av, x south 34 x east 40 x 
south 1 X east 160 to Georgia av, x north 23. 
July 2, 5 years, 5 %. 4,.5C0 

Lynch, George W., to East Brooklyn Coopera- 
tive Building Assoc. Greene av. P. M. 
June 27, subscriptions or installs. 3,000 

Lampel, Elizabeth, wife of Gerhard, to John 
Feeney. Road to Wood Point, e s, adj land 
of Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of 
Bushwick, 79x100x65x105. June 29, 3 years, 
5 %. 2,700 

Lehrenkruss, Julius, to Emily A. and Clara A. 
Mathews. Pearl st. e s, 235 s Myrtle av. P. 
M. June 30, due July 1, 1888. 5,000 

Lindsay, William A., to Robert A. Lindsay. 
Carroll st, n s, 171.8 w Hoyt st, 20x97.11. 
April 7, due April 6, 1890. 3,000 

Lament, James, to John Pfortner. Verona st, 
s e cor Imlay st. P. M. June 29, due July 
1, 1899, 5 %. 3,( 00 

Lohman, Henry W.. to Henry Roth and Leo- 
pold Michel. Floyd st. P. M. July 1, 3 
years or installs, 5 %. 2,500 

Madigan, John, to William H. and Alfred N. 
Beadleston and Ernest G. W. Woerz. Van 
Brunt st, north cor Dyckman st, 15x75. June 
16, 5 years. 5 %. 4,000 

Mander, Henry, to The Williamsburgh Savings 
Bank. Penn st, n s, 305 w Harrison av, 21x 
100. July 1, 1 year, 5 ^. 1,0C0 

McMahoa, Joseph H., to William Hillmann. 
Navy st, w s, 373.6 s Lafayette av, 33.6x100. 
July 1, 5 years. 1,600 

McGivney, Mary J., to William W. Wickes. 
East 8th st, Flatbush. P. M. June 29, due 
June 30, 1890, 5 %. 600 

Mead, Louisa S., wife of and Albert E., to 
Francis W. Pollock. Van Buren st, s e s, 
100.3 ne Broadway, 18 9x100. Julyl,3yr8. 1,400 

Meyer, Joseph, to Conrad Volker. Ewen st, s e 
cor Withers st, 35x100. June 29, due July 1, 
1890, 4 %. 1,000 



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Meyer, Randolph N. and Bekey his wife, mort- 
gagors, to Alexander Underhill, Jr., mortga- 
gee. Declaration amending description in 
mortgages. June 34. ,,"°™ 

Michel, Leopold, Henry Roth and Marx May 
to Henry Weil. Van Buren st. P. M. July 
1, 1 year. f. % , . , ^-^^^ 

Mitchell, Robert T., to Cynthia Lott, Aletta 
Suydam and Margaret A Berry. Old plank 
road and Bath av, New Utrecht. P. M. June 
30, 3 years. 5 %. 2,100 

Morris, Charles, to Albert W. S. Proctor. In- 
terior lot, begins ^l e Hudson av and 70 s Til- 
lary st, runs east 21 x south 22.6 x east 35 x 
south 17 6 X southwest 4fi x norlh H\ Hudson 
ar, e s, 1' 8 s Tillary st, runs east 54 x south 5 
X east 46 x south 16 x west 100 to av, x north 
21. July 1, 2 months. 100 

Mount, Sophie A., Orange, N. J., to Marga- 
retta Remsen. Hoyt st. w s, 66 9 n Dean st, 
32.3x81. June 39, due July 1. 189", 5 i^ 2,300 
Moubray, Edward H , to Erastus W. Hawkins. 
Garfield pi, n e s, 281.3 n w 6th av, IT 6x 
1(16.10x17.6x107.8. July 1, 3 years, 5 %. 3,-500 
Same to Hannah L. wife of Erastus VV. Haw- 
kins. Garfield rl. n e s, 263.9 n w 6th av, 17.6 
x10r.8xl7.Bxlo8.5. July I, 3 years, 5 <{ 3,.500 
Same to same. Garfield pi, n e ?, 246.3 n w 6ih 

av, 17.6x1 0-i..5. July 1, 3 years, 5 ^. 3,500 

Same to Stephen M. Griswold. Ist st, n e s, 
191.1(1 nw Schav, 18x100. July 1, 3 years, 
5 !(, after buildings completed. 5,000 

Same to same. 1st st, n e s, 208.10 n w 8th av, 
18x100. Julyl, 3years, 5!{, after buildmgs 
completeci. 5,0J0 

Same to same. Garfield pi, n e s, 228.9 n w 6th 
av, 17.6x109.3x17.6x101.1. July 1, 3 years, 
5 rf 3 .500 

MuUer, Jacob, to Hannah Bachrach: Wyckcflf 

St. P. M. July 1, 3 years, b%. 2 000 

Murphy, Mary, wife of and John H., to Robert 
Schuch. Huron st, s s, 1.58 w Manhattan av, 
35x100. July 1, 5 years, 5 ^. 1.600 

Magee. Richard, to Harold L. Crane Pulaski 
st n s, 168 9 e Sumner av, 18.9x100. June 30, 
due July 1, 1890, 5 %. 4,500 

Mavnard, George W., to Abraham Lott. Av 
A, n w cor East 21st st, 55x1.5.5.8x59.8x178.9, 
Flatbuhh. June 25, 1 year, 5 <?, 1,500 

Mc^veney, Bryan, to Edward J. Chaffee et al., 
exrs. James M. Billings. Dean st, n s, 200 e 
Franklin av, 5 lots, each 20x1ijO. 5 morts., 
each «5,000. June 39, 3 years or sooner, 4^ i- 

McLean, Donald, to The East Brooklyn Co oper- 
ative Building Assoc. Jefferson av. P. M. 
June 37, installs, or subscriptions. 3,000 

McGovern, Joseph, to Rebecca S. Williamson, 
Flatlands. Wyckoff st, n s, 27(i 3 w Smith sr, 
23 2x100. July 1, due Nov. 1, 1892, 5 %. 3,0C0 
MciCenna, Jane A., to John S. Williamson. 

Graham St. P. M. July 1, 3 years, 5 %. 1,500 
Melvill, Emily, to Christian Trittien. 4th pi, 
s s 168 w Clinton st, 31x133.5. June 29, due 
July 1, 1894, 5 %. 3.50J 

Monahai', Thomas, to Solomon Styler. Clason 
av and Douglass St. P. M. Juae 3J, due July 
1, 1888, 5 %. 3,000 

Morel, Victor, to William W. Wickes. East 
9th st, e s, 38 1 s Av C, Flatbush. P. M. June 
29, due June 30, 1890, 5 %. 360 

Same to same. Kast 9lh st, e s, 160 n Av D, 
Flatbush. P.M. June 39, due June 30, 189i). 
5 !{. '^^ 

Mason, Charles H., Morris, N. Y., to Oscar F. 
Matler.son. Fulton st, n e cor Jay st, runs 
along Fulton st 18 8 x north 87 x west 55 to 
st, X south 70.7 to beginning; Fulton st, n s, 
38.8 e Jay st, 99 10x60x40x63.8x38.8x96; Ful- 
ton st, s e cor Jay st, runs north along Jay st, 
1311.8 X west 77.1 x south .53.8 to Fulton st, x 
east 109.7 to beginning. All title. June 27, 
6 mouths. 1.500 

Mc Bride, Robert, to John Reis. Johnson's 
lane, s e s, at intersection with division line 
of lands of Robert Mc Bride, 333.10x/23x2-2,5, 
contains 1% acres, Gravesend. July 3, 3 
years. °00 

Morisse, Henry, vo Francis Lawrence. De 
Kalb av. No. 616, s w cor Nostrand av, 23.2 
x7.=).4. Julv 2, 5 years, 5 %. 3,000 

Maguire, Michael, to Henry Klauser. 9th st, 
n e s, 175 n w 4th av, 5jx100. July 5, 1 year, 
5 %. 7,000 

Mayer, Conrad, to Catharine Knauer. Moore 
st, lot6i6 A. Boerum, Williamsburg, 25xl(iO. 
July 5, 1(1 years, 5 %. 1,500 

Same to Johanna Bauersachs. Same property. 

July 1, 5 years. 500 

McGoff, Patrick, to Maria A. Sutton. 45th st, 
s E, 200 e 4th av, 30x1033. July !i, 5 years 
or sooner. 1 i^OO 

Murphy, Elizabeth, to Frank C. Lang. East- 

eru Parkway. P. M. May 7, 3 years. 250 
Heideregger, Joseph, and Emilie his wife, to 
Edward F. Linton. Liuwood st. P. M. 
July 2, installs. 300 

Nutt, Furman T., to Samuel W. Burtis. Myr- 
tle av, 8 w cor Prince st, 81.3x75. May 31, 1 
year. 5,500 

Naeder, Michael, to Michael Grab. Hamburg 
av, s w s, 100 n w Suydam st, 50x100. June 
80, 5 years. 800 

Newman, John H., to Patrick Keady. Wyckoff 
St. s 8, 335 w Smith st, 50x100. July 1, 3 
years, 5 %. 2,000 

Opdycke, John F., to John J. Heischmann. 
Bkillman st, e s. 80 n Lafayette av, 30x100. 
July 1, 3 years, 5 f,. 3,000 

Osborg, Adolph, to James Littlejohn, exr. and 
trU5tee Robert Mumby. Throop av, s w cor 
Halsey at, 20x100. July], due Aug. 1,1890, 
5X. 1.500 



Oliffe, Thomas, to George Wachter and Wilhel- 
mine hi^ wife. Warren st, u es, 140 s e Hoyt 
st 3Uxl(i0. July 1, 3 ye -rs or sooner, 5 ^. 3,000 
Patch, William B., to William W. Wickes. 
East 8'h st, Flatbush. P. M. June 39, due 
June 30, 1890, 5 %. 306 

Pell Henry and Caroline his wife, to Albrecht 
and Anna Wolff. 49th St. P. M. Due July 
1, 1889, or sooner, 5 %. 3C0 

Poole, Mary I., wife of Sidney G., to William 
Ziegler. Jefferson av, s w cor Lewis av, runs 
west 525 X south 74 9 x east 326 5 x south 5S x 
east 2( to Lewis av, x north 100 to beginning. 
June I, 3 years. '7,.500 

Same to same. Same property. July 1, 3 

years, 5 %. 25,(i00 

Preising, Michael, to Henry Stubing. Monteith 
st, s s, 50 w Bremen st, 25x100. July 1, 3 yrs, 
h%. - 3, 100 

Peters, Bernard, to The Brooklyn Trust Co. 
Willoughby av, 8 s, 310.3 e Stuyvesant av. 
P. M. July 1, 1 year, i)i %. 30,000 

Peters, Bernard, and William C. Bryant, to 
same. Broadway, s s, 1 17 9 e 1st Rt, runs 
south 130.3 X east 18.4 x south 69 11 to South 
8th St. X east 2i.4 x north 69.9 x east 20.10 
X north 3i) 9 x west 17 6 x north 10 ' to Broad- 
way, X west 44. July 1. 1 year, 4K %■ 30,00u 
Price. Charles H.. to William Hunt. 46th st. 

P. M. July 5, 5 years or sooner, 2.400 

Pupke. Frederick, to Jacob Helser and Caroline 
his wife. Court st, e s, 60 n Wyckoff st, 31x 
411x63x30x100 3. July 1, 3 years, 5 %. 1,000 

Quinn, Sr., Peter, to Silas F. Overton. Bergen 
st, northeast cor Washington av. runs north 
along av 10D.3 x east 58.4 x south 91.8 to st, 
X wei-t 18 to beginning. June 3U, due Nov. 
1, 1890. 5 %. 2.000 

Quinn. Patrick E., to Hellen M. Organ. Wyck- 
off st, s s. 235 w Bond st, SOxlOU. July 1, 3 
years, 5 %. l,3tJ0 

Raynor, Charles E., to August C. Hockemeyer. 

Grove st. P. M. July 1, 3 years. 5 i 700 

Reibeling, Carl, to John H. Cook. De Kalb av, 
ses, 142.1 w Wyckoff av, 25xlOJ. June 2.^. 
due May 1. 18911, 5 <{. 340 

Ripp, Joseph, to William Ulmer. Marion st, n 
s, 245 e Patcheu av, 8*1x100. Sub. to mort. 
$2,5(10. July 1, 1 year, 5 <{. 5(0 

Same to Eliza B. Derundeou. Same property. 

July 1, 3 years, 5 %. 2,500 

Robinson, Priscilla, to Sarah E Ray and ano., 
admrs., with will annexed, Francis A. Ray. 
4lh av, w s, 6Jn Warren st, 20x80.10. July 
1,3 years. 5^. 3,000 

Rudolph, Henry, to The Williamsburgh Sav- 
ings Bank. Evergreen av, n e s, 26.8 n w 
Greene av, 16 8x100. July 1, 1 year, 5 %. 1,500 
Ruhfel, Franz X I., to John A. Hufnagel and 
Elizabeth his wife. Devoe st, s s, 2i5 e Cath- 
arine st, 35x124.3x25x134.4. July 1, 5 years 
or installs, 5 ^. 3 300 

Riese, Kmil, to Thomas Farrell, e-xr. Thomas 
H. Fitzgerald. Skillman av. P. M. July 2, 
5 years or sooner, 5 %. 1,000 

Ruckh, Jacob, to Anton Ocker. Monitor st, e 
s, 3> u Richardson st, 25x100. July 1, 1 year. 

3C0 
Reineis, Martin G., to Theodore Burgmyer. 
De Kalbav. P. M. June 39, due July 1, 
1*90, 5 <S. 1,000 

Reynolds, Charles H , to Martha Banks. Grand 

St. P. M. May 26, due June 1, 189 i, 5«. 8,(100 
Robbins, Thomas H., to Charles H. Heiueburg. 
Lot at Windsor terrace, Flatiush, begins at 
point 49 n Seely st and 401 e Middle st, 119x 
135x13^x1.50. June 37, due Aug. 10,1887. 5 400 
Roberge, David, to The Cmey Island & 
Brooklyn R. R. Co. West 5th st, e s, 344 8 s 
Sheepshead Bay n ad, 384,9x47.5x268.4 to be- 
ginning. Coney Island July 1, 3 years. 400 
Roeper, Franz J , to Eweretta C. McVickar. 
Hart st, s 8, 160 w Tompkins av, 40xluO. 
June 29, due July 1, 1888, 5 H. 600 

Rollaner. Frederick J., to John Zahn. De 
Kalb av. P. M. June 39, due July 1, 1889, 
5«. 1,000 

Schlueter, Siemon, to John and Barbara Dres- 
cher. Humboldt st. P. M. June 3, due 
July 1, 1890, 5 f,. 3,1)00 

Seaman, Frank, to Edward H. Spooner and 
ano., exrs. Sinclair Tousey. Macon st, s s, 
305 e Nostrand av, 30x100. July 1, 5 years, 
or sooner, 5 i. 7,000 

Sherman, Mary E , to George H. Bishop, Mid- 
dleton. Conn. 9th st, s s, 330 e 5th av, 38x 
100. June 3{, 3 years, 5 %. 9,000 

Spencer, Marcus C, to William W. Wickes. 
Av C and Ocean Parkway, Flatbush. P. 
M. June 29, due June 30, 1890, 5 %. 3,150 

Stake, George W., to Edward A. Tillou, 
trustee John Kettleman, deo'd. Plymouth 
and Little st. P. M. June 28, 3 years, 5 %. 6,u00 
Streep. Lnuis M , to George Russell. Douglass 

St. P. M. July 1, 3 years, 5 t. 1.-500 

Stindt, Christian f. W., and Sarah A. his wife, 
to Mary A. Seaman, Manbasset, L. I. H yt 
at. P. M. July 1, 3 years, 5 %. 3,.500 

Sutherland, James M., to Alice E. Morgan, 
Windson, Conn. Hamilton av. P.M.June 
29, 3 years, 5 %. 4,u00 

Swithenbank, Joseph T., Flatbush, to William 
W. Wickes. East 7th st, e s. luo s Av C, Plat- 
bush. P. M. June 29, due June 3 i, 1889. 5 %. 2O0 
5choll, Louisa, to Joseph Goeckler. Fulton st, 
8 s, 150 w Ralph av, 36x100. July 2, due July 
1, 1890, 5 %. 1,003 

Scholz", Caroline, to Fritz Strueuing. Will- 
iamsburgh (fe Jamaica turnpike, s s, 700 e 
Buhhwick av, 25x100. June 15, 3 years, 5 %. 

4,000 

Schroeder, August, and Louisa his wife, to 
Charles Boehm. Withers st, n s, lOJ e Leon- 



ard st, 25x10 J. July 1,5 years or installs., 

Sullivan, Daniel, to Olive L. Caldwell, extrx. 
Robert Caldwell, loth st. P. M. July 3, 1 
year or installs , 5 %. 500 

Scheele, Frederick, to William H. Caulfleld. 
Dean st, s s, 175 e Schenectady av, 35x107.3. 
July 1, 5 years. 500 

Schlitz, John, Philip and William H., heirs 
Jane Schlitz. to John Schlitz. Graham av, 
w 8, 100 8 Withers st, 25x100. Sub. to morts. 
14,000. Building loan. June 29, demand 1,300 
Schneider, Theodor L., and Carolina his wife, 
to The Williamsburgh Savings Bank. Broad- 
way, n e s, 5u n w Locust st, 25x100. July 1, 
1 year. 5 %. 5,100 

Schoeneck, Charles W., to William T. Lane, 
committee Ida Uhler. Smith st, w s, 20 n 
State st, 19.11x79.5. July 1, 3 years, 5 J 3,000 
Schuisler, Carl, to Henry L^ewenstein. Elm 
st, s s, o3 > e Central av, 35x95x35x89. July 1, 
3 years, 5 %. 400 

Schad, Charles, to Minnie C. XJmpleby. Stam- 
ford, Conn. Central av. P. M. July 3, in- 
stalls. ^ „ 500 
Schaffer, Christina, to Sebastian VoUmuth. 

Herkimer st. P. M. July 1, 3 years. 1,200 
Schifsel. Paul, to John Auer. Heyward st. n 
w 8, 395 s w Harrison av, 35x100. June 30, 
due July 1. 1888. 1,500 

Schmidling, Charles, and John Cadoo, to Clin- 
ton and Andrew Hahn. Stockholm st. P. M. 
July 5, 3 years, 5 'i. 3,000 

Schoenberg, Carl, to John J. Stoeven. Clinton 
st, north cor Nelson st, 30x90. June 38, due 
July 1, 1890. 1,300 

Sch wicker. Christian, to Christian Schoeffl^r 
and Marie C. his wife, Woodhaven, L. I. 
Sackman av, e s, 375 n Liberty av, 50x100. 
July 1, 3 years, 5 1i. 3,000 

Smith, Philin to John Imhof. 5th av. P. M. 

July 1, 3 years or sooner, 5 %. 4,500 

Stick maun, Christoper, to Rosendahl Lodge. 

15th St. s s, 301.3 e 5th av, 35x100. 3,.500 

Stork, Philipp. to Henry Mink. Beaver st, w 

cor Park st, 30x91.6. July 1, 3 years, 5i6. 1,2C0 
Streeter, Milfred B., to The Williamsburgh 
Savings Bauk. Nonh 1st st. n e s, abt 330 n 
w 4th st, 35x74x35x74.9; North 3d st, s e 8, abt 

2 iO n w 4lh st, 25x74x25x74.9. July 1, 1 year, 
5 i. 5,000 

Suydam, Adrian M., to Charles H. Burtis, 
exr. ]3roadway, s e cor Jacob st, 75xi0<i. 
May 1, 1 year. 1,700 

Seaman, Frank, to William R. Beeston. 39th 
St. P. M. July 1, 3 years, 5 <J. 2,500 

Sheridan, Patrick, to Charles Powell, Hemp- 
stead, L. I. President st, s s, 254.10 e 7th av, 
20 6x100. July 1, 3 years, 5 i. 10,000 

Same to Edward and James Whelan. Presi ■ 
dent st, s s, 234.6 e 7th av, 20.4x100. July 1, 

3 years. 5 %. 9.000 
Same to Ditmas Coe. Pre,=iilent st, s s, 314.3 e 

7lhav, 30,4x100. July 1, 3 years, 5 ;?. 9,ii00 

Same to John I. De Bevoise, L-rag Island City. 
President st, s s, 193.10 e 7th av, 30.4x100. 
July 1, 3 years, 5 «. 9,000 

Shields. John W., to The Williamsburgh Sav- 
ings Bank. Ainslie st, n e cor Lorimer st, 20 
X.50. July 3, 1 year, 5 %. 3,000 

Stewart, George, to William W. Rope, assignee 
William Godfrey. Lexington av. P. M. 
July 1. installs. 1,000 

Stilliug. Geslne. to Frederick W. Fink. Reid 
av, es, 160 n Greene av, 20x100. July 1, 3 
years. •''O 

Stockwell, Mary J., to James McGingan. Van 
Siclen av. P. M. July 1, 10 years or installs, 
b%. „ 2,500 

Streller, Doris wife of and Herman, to Frede- 
rick Zimmer and Elizabeth T. his wife. 
Greenpnint av. P.M. July i , 3 years, 5 ^ 3 500 

Taylor, Mary J., wife of and James T., to John 
and Rosa Ferges. Skillman av, s s, 150 w 
Graham av, 2.5x100. July 1, 5 years. 1,500 

Trenkle, William, to Karolina Traukle. Mau- 
jer St. P. M. July 1, 2 years, 5 %. 600 

Tice, William R., to The Dime Savings Bank, 
Brooklyn. Fulton st, n e cor Johnson st, 21x 
90.3x33x82 3. June 31, 1 year, 4 %. 30,000 

Same to same Evergreen av, e s. 50 s Stock- 
holm st, 25x1110. Julv 1, 1 year, 5 i. U 00 

Vorster. Arnold H.,to OttoLindemann, Staple- 
ton, N. Y. Kent av, e s, 575 n Myrtle av, 3.5x 
3U4 4x25.1x204.3. June 18, due April 33, 1888. 

1,000 

Van Houten, James, to Sally A. Denike. Stew- 
art St. P. M. July 1, installs. 500 

Van Loan, Christine, to Cornelia A. Kneeland, 
extrx. Furman S. Kneeland. Hewes St. P. 
M. June 18, due July 1, 1893, or sooner, 5 %. 

5,000 

VoUtardt, Jacob, to Otto Huber, Humboldt st, 
n w cor Skillman av, 35x75. June 39, due 
July 1 1893 5 %■ 4,500 

Same to same. Humboldt st, w 8, 25 n Skill- 
man av, 3 lots, each 25x75. 3 morts., each 
$3 OJO. June 39, due July 1, 1893, 5 % 9,000 
Valentine, Conrad, to Henry Roth and Leo- 
pold Michael. Floyd st. P. M. June 1, 5 

years, 5 «. .„.-,„ ^'^^^ 

Van Ostrand, J. Quincy, and Frederick Hops 
to Grace Rome, Jersey City. Pellington pi, 
w 8, adj land M. Bennet, Jr., 48.3x100x50 
x99.3. July 1, 3 years. 1,500 

Walter, Anne, to Albertine Walter. Palmetto 
st ses, 5^5 8 w Central av, 20x100. July 
1, 5 years, 5 «. ^ ^. 900 

Weith, Margaretha, to Anton Bchimmel. 
Moore st, s s, 50 w Humboldt st, 26x100. 
June 30, due July 1, 1893, 5 *. 2,500 

Wright, Matilda, to William Adams. Madison 
St. P. M. July 6, 3 years, 5 <{. 3,000 

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Kings Co. 6th av, w s, 35.0 s 17th st. 18x64. 
July I, 1 year, !i%. 2,000 

WeiU'ilil. (Jeoige, to Elizabeth H. wife of Benj'i- 
meii H. iSeaman, Hempstead, L. 1. Deau st, 
s s, 10i).3 e Flathmh av, 25^V<. June 30, due 
Nov. T, 1892, 5^ 2,500 

Wells, John J., to Ditmars Eldert. Rapelis st. 
P.M. June 30, due July 1, IHHi. ' 1,300 

'Williamson, John and James, to William W. 
Wickes. Av D, n o cor Eaft 7th st. Flat bush. 
P. M. June 39, duo June 3ti, 1890, 5 i. 774 

Wilson, Thomas P., to 1 he Ea«t Broolslyn Co- 
operative Building Assoc. Herkimer st, a s, 
18 e Buffalo a v, 16x90. June 30, installs or 
subscriplionj. 500 

Wengler, Jacob, to Catharina Straub. Stock- 
ton st, s s, 285 e Marcy av, 35xU0. July 1, 3 
W rears. 1,000 

hite, William E., to George W. White. 7lh 
av, s e s, 23.0 n e Prospect av, 40.4x99.6x40.6x 
97. July 3, due Jan. 3, 1SS8. 500 

Williamson, Nuncv, wife of James, to Ellen 
McKinley. Dutlield Bt. P. M. June 30, 7 
years, 4 % 1,000 

Wrieden, John, to John Finken and Adeline 
his wife. Do Kalb av, cor Sumner av. P. M. 
June 23, due July 1, 189!), 5 %. 5,000 

Wagner, Philip, to Charles Kiehl. Grove st, n 
w s, 600 s w Central av, 50x197. June 39, 3 
years. l.f.OO 

Whelan, William, John H., Mary and Martha 
to George Johnson. Nassau st, s s, 83 3 w 
Hudson av, 18.5x87.6x33.3x86.6. July 2, 3 
years, 5 % 3,700 

White, William E., to Kate A. Moliueux, San 
Francisco, Cal. 7th av. P. M. July 3, due 
July 3, 1888. 1 ,750 

Same to James Jack. 12th st, s s, 173.10 w 8th 
av, 25x100. June 17, 1 year. 450 

Zoellner, Joseph, to Charles J. Hauck. Elm st. 
P. M. July 1, 3 years, 5 %. 2,500 



MORTGAGES - ASSIGNMENTS 



NEW TOER CITY. 

July 1 to 7— Inclusivb. 

Austin, William P., to Charles W. Hoff- 
man. $1,373 
Bastian, Charles, Brooklyn, to August 

Schierloh. 3,500 

Bid well, Clara E., extrx. Marshall E. Bid- 
well, to Charles E. Strong. nom 
Bleyer, Sarah, to Jacob R. Seligman. 510 
Breitmeier, Jakob, to Carl A. Mowsky. 3,000 
Busteed, Margaret, extax. Ann Kelly, to 

James C, Gulick. 4,000 

Bohm, Rudolph, to Jacob Rieser. 7,000 

Cook, Martin R., and Jacques A. Bern- 

heimer to William S. Pontiu. 1,300 

Crosby, Howard, to Josepha M. Young, 

extrx. Edmund M. Young. 7,000 

Crosley, Louise G., wife of Walter F. , to 

Charles R. Smith. 13,000 

Davidson, George T., to William Moore. 25,00