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   New York Times, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1900, New York, New York                               THE SEW YOEK TIMES. TUESDAY, JUNE 19. 1900. Slav, sun Ross the dwelling: 101 EH bisornent ind I our- 1 IKE-REAL ESTATE FIELD Sale of a Business Building-Fourteenth Street Store Buys at Auction. Hob'Jb have loiu-stoiv American est One Hundred teeiltli SUctt t p L Bei son h is retold lor A Mintz to a Mr Guittbtein the lutii-stoiy business. bJllding southeast of. Twentj-ninth btie'C-t ,ud Ninth Avente 1'KiO The Clausen estate is, i woned to have sold the loui-storv dwelling 10 East Sev- e-itv-eighth Street ilium and Pernaid'KUng- enstem h.ive bought from a Mr W.lliam the four none and ic.ir buildings on lot V Allen Sticct A'lleirmuiin for James Mc- Ciee.i to 1 naik W ooltv the store 4 and A East Fourteenth Street 7j V'Oir running through to Thirteenth Sueet Ilie is foi J. long teim ol Vtfarb Results at Auction. "lesterdav s oJlcilnbs in the Trinity Building S.ilcsioom resulted  t 7 Kit icitl) ot ono Hun- dud mil S.IN.U eighth sueit ich ITS M 'Ij tliu.1 uiu 11 us UUL on judgment 0 i i till M ,i 1U Inmcllj "II- Ijin L IK muii KIUU 4s lntfnt> third Snn.il smi h M-SI uf Ainth iijt 'i hi 'is-i uiitk U.u lllns Due on JuUiiin 147 sjb'i-tt to ollia no [gages f i s] (K 1.1 1 I Vlullips Co closure Mlo bamson Lnhnini I'Ui t tin "id Itiliij nth binct noitn -r.k lid Ciot w.st or tilih is I four-'fton II 1 liui. ci 170 ILIIKH L U IN luridosulL tdl 1 ui i i uliiio Hurt i lulut Load north- -i siu Hi lanN u Ellian P Mll- 1 _l 1 b' 74 I .lid in r, "1 ii on sinint s rij suljict u iiiot'ltr moitgaex 101 71 Janice I, foniUisuu sak T I'm-., mil i st s'Ulwlis 1 lice Hist side J4 1 fi-ft outh. of tin untif 1111. if One Hlm- di i and Tlitj tliird b IK.' U cxandid. luimlnf, 1 jiith IL I mU -W lu n jUlViiH- it Iv i i! mil d smjtl ,v Sons raitltlon -uc Hen- T J uktUMi rt ci 70 Vves. rmn iWtth Ftr a ulli sidi 7M s lllth .UC- u UP l'i UM 1 Culunina Colkgi. kasuhold i u stoni iimt Hi it ois jn ind }jrn (iKluli stun noith sMi 1, I i 1st ol snoil AMIH.I 71 bv 1VO 3 thnc b ilk 1 1 ll M MI C i loii-closuii sik 1 i 1 11 i ri ui 7 I ist OK- lluiiliefl lhl-1 s ,1 h sik sn I Kit Mtst H flM- 11 JUlM'i 1' Sj-'oO sill) IM l :r n i v HHJI t. silo t mi 01 I usloll Aie- 1 41 III It Till Dll n s U7 ft vv of Av lOuxlOOv, tnesular Lewis M Rutherfurd to Har i ii Mandelbaum and another quit claim i 111II n s 127 ft vv of 2d A-v lOuxlOOv 1 rcBJlai M and -JUnthiop C Ki-the furcl and arother to Harris Man- dellwJti ind anothei IR P 55250) l 11TH M n s, 107 ft w of 2d Av, JOxlOO. Rinheifud Stuyvesant to Harris Man- deibium and anothei (R S -1 11TH sr n s U- ft vv of 2d Av lOOxlOOx iiujular. Harris Mandelbaum and an- othei to Ausust Ruff and Albert Hoch- (mtff 5-70 000 H S S15 60) 1 J4WH bT. n 200 ft vv of 3d Av runs n to 140th St x v. lOOx Iirefular to 14B h St e 50, John B Burtrgraf and -iiotH" executors to Enoch t, P. ll -o.uuu 11TH ST C ft w of Avenue D _Unlonport Jennie E xiech- man to Maile (mte 11 f-H s s 120 8 ft e of 2d Av 20 llx 'U Use 10th St t, s, 100 ft e of 2d Av Inepular Isidore Jackson and to Jacobs (mtfc- 4 in ST and 2US. 0x10" 5 Htmy Lrardenbuit, to Bates Realtv Company Av, 20X1005 i r Irv and others to Jane A von (mte 5.12000. R S 5W n sr n 1414 ft vv of 1A Av 8x KiO r Fcrd'nand T Hopkins Tr tn CHuele L Gouraud put imte Oil ti- C t, 220 It w of 10th AV 2MX liui Chi is Ian Knesei to Ve.Ei.st Witt lint R S 1SI-H hr i s 27i, ft w of Mh Av Puller McCABE George W to Mary D JRosa ROSENLLUM, Simon to Mollle weln birc REID, Michael and John, to Michael and, John Reid and another SIG1-ER Tlllle S to Martha E Slgler faHROPSHIRE Ralph F to Bank ot America I TOD0 Kobert to Hall TITLE GUARANTEE AND TRt ST COM to EdninjL Pord Jr t KEELEK Josephine to Ihomas Scott Robert, executor, to Emma Bon sail ORTHING TON, Bobert, executor, to Emma Bonsall WORTHING! ON. Robert executor to Eleanor H Decker Nom. 2000 JOO 2000 1500 2500 Connors, re McClenahan SDPREMEi COURT-Spajlal Term-Part II at 1030 A M SUPREME COTIRT-Speclal Term-Part III- Andrews, J at 10 30 A. M Calendar l-lrfro E0ti81st St ,14-Browne vs Cowlea re E 102d St i Demurrers re St Paul Place re Vyse St K-In re E re B 194thfSt re Lcggctt M re Topping St re Pordham -R d JO-ln r E 170th St re Fordham R d A Gritting CO. Tuck 1340-ntzpatrlek Sun P P Co Preferred causes than Co vs Feldman pill iSchwenke. Eric Michaels it Co vs Sperrj Floui Co of Cal 515i -Van 'iMck .Rtchman. vs Brooks v s Schur SUPREME, COURT-Speelal Term-Day Cal To1 be called in Part IV Room at 10 30 A M Cases to be assigned to the several spaita of Special Term for trial Law and 4701-SclfordiVS Saltord 4S51-McCabe va Me Mechanics' Liens. CO 000 ISl. Mais T Hall dai to Henr> ,Dew- luiil Umllj rdwaul s II (KKI) ST n s 'IK1DII-, 8 ft f ot 8th Av 10 tv. r and Jaeob r Wyckoff to llairis and anothe- (mtff ft Y. 01 m r Paisons to J 5 Adelaide 13 Freedman .'AO st 2 Lojlse S Cllfflth (nits Li.nk K n I niOUls m, llr L u su i i -s i l.u id illMll 1 I- 11" C is n ui Knit, hrllkt Roid Cian I M 1 -ind it s. mil rt (I'll UJ U" ot htmclures im-M Stirtt, "i> to foi a ten- a'ul- i-h Ut-sto luick .uid stone liotil JJ ,v UI 1 'tvi Jlilfl St ot mil Jviv'fth Stuet ov.iicr. minuets tost sj u I Sir 1 sloi u-ri; t 1 Sin ft sou hi nt Ui i loui- Koi! ost, (U L i s eornor of Ch bilck store fl Simpson of Mix iUillir ai anu Pdl to Di-iiel S14 1100 K S 7-1) ST -07 ft oi Central Park "idi liion s Ilvman and lltnn somi to MarRaretha ESKers 0 D S" s 110 ft L ot Park 14x100 S. Cirolinc Stlrson to F ant- Eberhaid in iff sin coo R s s 114T1I SI 12 1 Eafct 25x100 10 Andni Olinlll tn Oiimllk Ibrlaco il Sf n w s 7S ft M (f Lenox Av BERGEN AV. n e corner of 148th St, J V Toscani Co aealnst Al- beit Rothermel, owner and vontractor EROADWA1 n w cornel of 148th St, 100 v.100, Brown Smlthson against Jacob Bartscherer and .another, owners, Pat lick Conroy, contiactor KELLY or East St, 830 and 841, Leonard G Kirk against William L Morton ownei and- contractor ST ANN'S s. 5542 f t ,s_of 150th St 110 0x63 10X110 6x6JO, Joseph Bo losna aualnst Prank Mezer owner, V Bonagur, contractor 30TH ST, 500 Joseph Rosenthal against Mary McGovern, owner and con- ti actor I 46TH bf 218 West, Conrad Ochs against Jennie HenckeT ownei, Robert J Ma honey contractor 77TH ST 245 Bast, John Slsk against Moses K Wallach, owner _Anton Essei, contiactor S2D bT 351 East Oscar Johannis and otheis against Moses K Wallath, own- er Anton Esser contractor liens) 1111H ST n s, 100 ft vv of 7th Av 10x 11. Henry Raabe aprainst Ida r: Mooie ovviier and contractoi J22D bT J-and 5 West Anthonv airalnst Etfa Blinn ownei and lllbT ST, 44 West Schnati Massoth against Saiah Brown and otheis owners and contractors 151ST ST n s 200 ft w of Amsterdam Av 100x100 George Grossmar against August C Fillet owner and contractor 150TH ST s e cornel of Cauldvvell Av 28 acioti v.lfred Marslch against Leopold Tonas and others owners Arthur Gorsch and others contractor l" CONTRACTS .UNDEE L vv s op iqoft SULLA A.N ST e s I'l 2 ft s of Prince St Irrecular, Jaeob Kottek with Oliarlea I einsteln 'I payments 10000 19TII ST aid and U12 East Isidore Jack- son and Abraham Stern with Simon Jacobs 11 paynents 000 159 00 339 15 8300 234 519 Cabe Brower vs 'Bohartand. 4fW-Haskell vs Stelnhardt. Abel- vs Devoe vs i.p- uteln 4842-Cole 'va Klein. vs Con- nell i 4SOO-Conlon vs Stewart man Ivs City of Highest number reached In Tegular call on pcneral calendar, 5017 bDPREMO IV b 1-reedinan, 3 -Opens at 10 50 A M Cases be sent from day calendar for trial Cal endar clear SUPREME V Leventrltt. J-Opens at 10 JO A M Cases to be sent from day calendar for trial Calendar clear 1 SUPREME VI ritzaerald J-Opens at 10 do A M Cases to be sent from day calendar for trial Case on SUPREME VII Lavvrence, J -Opens at 10 30 A M Calenda- clear Elevated railroad cases SUPREME VIII for the term n SUPREME COURT-riial Term-Part I -Crlm inal Term J at 10 30 A M Assistant District Attorneys, Mclntyre. Hen nessy, and bchvvarzkopt for the People l_Aaion Hall bUPREME Adam J at 10 JO A M Causes vvll be sent i from this calendar to Trial Term Part XII for trial Prelerred causes Cal endar cjear 11711 -City of X Y vs vs James Rcnauld vs. Jacobs vs Qraton BUILDING LOAN CHAPTER 78 40x 15 BOO Alterations. -ftl It Slice! .1" and IJ East to S My ei s aicnltect b. ick luloiv r ovvnei i id 1 vvenut 1101 tl east coinei ot One allied aid etitv-sevet th Sticct to cur-stoiv buck ot lee liulleliui, store j 1> f-iieelliu i in IAS----- II Hoicnbvusei UHii) v thiiJ Stieot (.7 i: ist to a four- ne' b isi mi n brick lldt Bcn- 07 Ninetv thilcl Si ect, ov-ner is Gr ih m ichitect cost 1071 l" a live-blorv l u AM- architect t( ic'nti t wich stole .VI a b. oh ovvneiiy; M, lloii-nluu-Rin, aichiteot, cobt. No il rust Avenue to i brick Itoiu-mont :ini3 store; S U 3 Tirst Avenue owner Kurtzor fc Kohl, N'o cst riftv-nith Stient to a threc- s'livTbrick -stibk bv M H McK 'jvvomolv (.s! riuh Meniie1 ovrncr Odkley eks in iscm contractpi (osL slOUOl) so Toitv-sevcnth Sticct to a foui-Joiv buck dvvcllins Marv Gres- pifmisc's. owne-i St( phenson it Green, m ehitec f Xo .INI ashiiigtoii to a tvvo- hi ick dwelling 11 S 'U allonsteln lib Nicnolas Avenue- U Tavloi, 1 Til Boston Avcnut cost ou Nos 1 107 ind 1 .o'> V ashl-istoii ti a threc-stoi v lpame etveelllllg J.ncl a one- blurv frame cairuso house J J Tlelsch- man 4S Hist Kllt't b Stic-et owners, E K aiehiicct eosi. __ 11 SI' n w s f t 11 Lenox AV tux ion 11 Mrslnla Brusnelll to Maile Ha- IH ST 17 7N09 I1 Adela de 'l) luvis to Tohn Purlmg 3 ni-iiesY to Charles H Becker 1171 H s I'l ft of Brook. Av J5K inn Cht-Ies Donolmc refiioe to John Everllnc ind 1110 >ier (R S I'lfH M' n s ,7U 't vv 01 Tlton Av 2.x lull su a1! T Illott and b to Baltha- 1I.ST1T ST s s 2IH ft vv of ProslXCt AV xl 1 tx't 1x1 M 1 William F.obl'7'k to i II im C Conne-. (n tg SO 000 K S S4> Recorded Leases. AM ME 172 Bllma B'llelt to I-aac 3800 3ITT COURT-Trial Term-Part IV -0'Dwycr, J-Hcld In Biovvnstone (Chambeia at 10 A. M All cases must be tried when reached Calendar clear Short vs Scannell 'Church Surety Co vs vs. 1 Hearey vs Henry an 4078-; 14657- vs son [vs vs Greater 14657-Eell vs Moctuln- Offeiman H C Co 4gl4_Maitln Brown 5018-Roch vs Wheeler Hay don [5037-Lefflcr vs Beck vs Jacob- Eciulty and non-jury vs Havens cases, IBS-Leahy ;vs Park Murray vs Smith and Amusement -Co I Y Laundry M Co vs Rlchter Highest number roach cd in regular call, COURT OF GENERAL bESSIONS-Part I- McMahon, J-Opens at 10 30 A. M Assistant District Attorneys Townsend, Collins. Keith for the People Lynn 2-David Marks Tranck Newton1 Rogers George I'loyd Phillip Garz David Mclnness. Edward Connally Munay Moore Solomon. Levy S-JulIan Wilson eporta that_hlgh tempeiature was causing great damage to the plant In Texas, that continued nirtall In the central belt was Placlnc the crop seriously In the weeds, while In the Atlantic States the crop was doing poorly in many districts A forecast for showers to mod- erate rains w-nlght and to-morrow- where dry weaihe? was needed and for clear where moisture was essential.'served to intensirj the bullish undercurrent-of sentiment' later, In the day Shorts were extremely nervous and spasmodically. Particularly oversale-.of HoracehBrown; Kaufman, Anderson LE Ramsey Hart Rav Bosgs. Slovens Prince, Scott Jones Ross Carmine Kellj t Chorn. 12-Jacob Louis Wolinskj Raade Auituit Burkard r Sherlock Tole r Des- mond Mc reach Impoi slon prices advanced to above last night s closing on persistent The market closed steadv points net hiBher Spot cotton closed dull with quotat onaL un cranhed as follows Savannah Charleston nominal. Wilmington nothing doing. steadv at Baltimore nominal at phis steady at 8 10-10e, Augusta quiet COLRT OP 6LXDRAL SCSSIONS-Part II Cow Ins 'J-Opens at 10 A M Assistant Byrne and O Con District 'Attorneys Walsh nor tor 'the People Edmonds, Illlam J Blaae 4-Jaeob A Klein if. Sherlock. iivan for the Pcoole McLaughlln 1'rank Wade Pompore Harley I Lev y. I Samuel vElnhorn. Mirtocct Haere Memphis steady June July August Septemqer October-- November December January February March Api 11 May Prics follows Open 8M S52 8.22 77S 751 751 758 759 702 HlKh 80.1 8 CO 7W) 771 757 7 IS 759 7 ir; 751 704 Low 854 847 822 778 7.6.1 752 750 751 75U 7S'> 702 .Clo-ie S 84I9S (15 8 VWi "7 7 00 7 70 7 7 aatlif! 57 7 57SB7 IS 7 54iii17 01 7 OS REAL E8TATB AUOTHMI.j BRVAN L, KEKMXIiV CO. j -Will sell at -auctlon.-- TUE8DAY, June 26, 1900. at 12 o'clock noon, at the New York Real ErtaU Salesroom, 111 Broadwaj, i 8 VALUABLE LOTS" EAST SIDE LINCOLN AVE. Entire Front IStttli and 13TtH Size of plot 200 on by 100 on streets. Maps, etc at Auctioneers' Offices. T Pine St. CITY REAL. ESTATE FOB SAMS. TWO FAMILY HOUSES. Choice residential section, high and near Central Bridge, latest Improvements, new flth and Oth Av "L" station at 155th St. eight minutes' walk, price. -to terms easj, alvvajs- open E SMITH Ogden Av and St. REAL ESTATE. HEALTH-Summer as well as. Winter (highest ground between iJcvv York PhUa; dclphla, on Pcnn R R. 45 minutes from low fare corj modem cottages, very: low pi lee, terms, >10 to SJO per month Write for particulars to W T W 00 and 62 Liberty St. Galgano Miles 2-Sabastlano Hadlce 115-Add pli risncr 3-Morris N Tiachler 10-Chrlst Wendel 4-FcrdInando Coppola l7-Wtlliam_Laughlln 5 -Lillle Smith Shultz lildorl Markovvltz Id Dunckle> Smith Carroll Endee Grant. M. Sullivan. 18-Jamei White Edwards Johnson. Reilb Koller. 21-William Smith Peter J Moonev Jl-John J Brookman bales, of which 500 .bales y are no aewers and Dosslbly never can be. our March 4 7 value value, March and April, Knight Mfg Co vs Flnnegan: vs no i MeCabe vs Aat 14433-N Y Medical Co Granite Co v. Cttv of N Y Casej SLPREMC Calendar bi [called in Put III Room at 10 jO A M Cases will be sent from this calendar to TsialTerro Parts III V and VI, for trial Lis Pendens. is Met St Bi Co vs Miller sky I vs Rank In vs Vlane v s New Amsterdam Oas Co oil is Met St Rl CO, Same v s same U I C'nules Kaufmann to 1 lei 12 yems 114 rjutfine Gerbereux qd Ii cent C 10 bT ll SihiflH M SI to -Iiehi-il r  lto Kathailnt Ralnaford, 701 FIELDSTON ROAD original centre line at s s of land of William C Wetmore runs vv to revi eentre line -of said road Ox n IDOx e 40 0 to old line of said road x s 155 to beginning, also Itlverdale Av w s, at eentie of ft lane or way JO ft vv ide runs n vv t U210 to Spuy ten Di.y v 11 Parkw av x n w 55 2 and 20o 8 and 141 I, on curv e line to av enue, s c 200 to beginning contains 1 147-1000 acres, also Riveidale Av vv ii adjoining land of James R iuns n 15ux vv 143 to Pleldston Road x s e 1771 to beginning Qelia Eaeh- rach, Individually and as trustee against Samuel W Richards and others (.partition attoinev s Heyn Cov Ington ST s 8, 5Cb.U vv of West 4th St 22x 04 1 Peter Elanchettl against Maria Tosster, (foreclosure of mechanics lien) at- MA1DEN e corner of .Front St 41 Ox 500 to Flctche' St 418x5110, Robert P Lister against Esther G Selby and otheis (partition attorneys, Glfford Stearna Hobbs i ST 201 and s 12 feet of 20J Mary Lewis against Ole H Olsen and others (forc- 1 closuie of mortgage attoinev A d 1ST AV'-n vi coinei ot ,112th St lUuxlOO, Giuseppe Tuotl against Bernard Isaacs (spe cjflc performance attorneys, Bullowa. i. ot 177th st, 50x00x040x00, William G and Charles H against Agnes K M and Will'ain G Mulligan, (ac tlon to recovei possession attorneys, T orjtei S, Spier i 1I51H feT s s. 214 ft uf Pleasant av 24 lOx 75 7 Central Ti ust Company of Isew York Monis VVelnsteln and others h (foreclos- ure ot mortgage attorney s N J M Butle- 117TH ST n s 107 8 ft e of Amsterdam lt> 4x100 11 Margaretta C Clark against Carrie S Kennedy (foieclosure of attor- nej C B Mev er 1H13 ST s s 150 ft vv of Av ,123x9011 James Murray and another against Rachel Juster and others! (foreclosure of two mart tr.iKes attorney J Hahn 1 ST b s 180 Ift e of Vanderblltl Av East. 120x100 Edward J Farnan against George A Macdonald (foreclosure of mechanics lien attoiney. J Rosenzwelc t I -----------------1 vs Man hattan Ry Co Vexler va: Rochester Pr t s Co vs Hearn vs N Y i Queeis Co R R Co Branch Plsr Co v s Ijoscher vs King vs same Highest number reached tn regular call general eulcnda-.-lSBU SUPREME j J at 10 A M Cases to be sent irom day calendar for trial Calendar clear SLPREME Lsan, J at 10 30 A M Cases to be from day calendar for trial Calendai clear SU PREME V O Gorman, J at 10 30 A M Cases to sent from day calendar for trial Case on. SUPREME VI Eeekman .7 at 110 30 A M Cases to be sent from day calendar tor trial Case on SL PREME COL Calendar, be call'd in Trial Term Pan VII Room, at 10 JO A M Casea to be sent from this calendar to Trial Term, Parts VII and XI, 'or trial vs May- Receiver York. SUPREME J-City Natioral Bank of Cedar Ravids, Iowa vs Julius A Illlam D Gaillard "Referees York. SUPREME COURT-Smvth Trust Company- vs Harjei Brothers-Hamilton Odell Doernberg vs E COURT-fctover Trust Company vs F Connery Brooklyn Court Calendars. SUPREME COURT-Appellate DIv Islpn-Cood- rlch P J Bartlett, Hirsehbeig and Jenks JJ day calendar E0-an vs York Lounsbuij 304-Gleaeher enester Rv Gteen vs :Shervvood. West "Nevi man vs Mayer Reehl vs Martens Julj September; Julj September Ju.ie July August Corn- June Julv August i June July August July September Ribs- Julv i.. September. NEW: TORK PRICES. Open. Hlsh Low ".S05. High 8314 45S CHICAGO PRICES. Open. High ,5 7794 I.. 751, 7U% 70% SO 45 Low 75 Close S3 S4V4 Close. 8SO S'MOO BUYS 1.870 PACIFIC ST 2-FAJIHA, 2- storj, a-room dwelling all Improvtmenu. largt vard place for eliildren. eas> pa} menu. FINCH; on premises. COINTKV REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. FOR SALE. Residence of the late Mrs John L. Rogers OX BAIN'KS OF HUDSON, 'Two miles north of New-burgh. 13J ACRES OF LAXD, fine houbt- li perfect order stables, greenhouses; and all appurtenances of a fine country place., Btautlful vlew-i of River and Mountains. Ap- nlv to N C P.OGERS, Trustee. Ill Broadwas. York City: or to SHIPP OSBORN. Real Estate Agents. Xew burgh, K Y.________t_______ COCNTRV HOUSES TO XISHED. JC 07Vj JO 07K U 77H C 77V. 0.85 1105 ll.SO l Haven R Brook v v Queens Hanan I or Radjavlller vs Av IB R'Co Helirer v Av R R Co 3d Co CONDOR" iuilivm C to Winiam i. w.v. u a iifju it vv ol! Prospect Plans for Ten-Story Hotel. A nrick and itone ho- tel will shoitlv be eiec.ti.cl -on the site Tid lu CO W cvt Tortv -seventh Street neir Avenue fot V. allot Reid, Si, irom lima bv Architccl1; Buchraan Fox, 1 estlmatecl the cost 0- construci'on at t-.'JOUO The baspmcnl flist and second stones ut the new hotel be ot limestolK the. being ol, lall- cv buCK Kticl Co bcnc-al con- fattois vvi'l eiect the, huicl Addition for H. McK. Twombly's Stable. The pijvdtu df II McK Tvvombly .a M 'Uebt Filty-filtli Street Is to equipped witl1 i-xteiislon will iie-vi nteiior AH UI1 UbO be built hi tile rc.li Oakle-v who will do the work, -tlm.tted tl'e cost 'ol Hie ptoiiosed im- piovcmtnti it st HUKS1 Fenry, to Emma Colcman, jsth St '25 J years DONNLLL'V Unes T to Gottlieb Epple and anether Lot I'l, map >io 1 ot zenith Vi rnon Park years 1. tl IM Jobr. and Catharine Heiolil t, (.atJinin. I-mioui -147th St, s s u if e uok i years EIVi: Tianeis and wife to Boweiy Sav- b i ik St a s 125 rt vv of Al PKijFDMV-N, B tu Henu A c, iiv'ur nst st l year roriLurJu, John to J'Ulf Guaiantee and liust Company, St, 17 Blst, GRirVl'rH Ldwaid to Title Guarantee and '11 ust Colipanv 72d St, J07 West, Ivdvvard to Louise S Thom- :2d bt, W7 West 1 year OH1NNELL Joanna H and Robeit T varnum 72 nast 1 yeai M.U e to Virginia Brugntlll, 117th St II w s 7r> It w of Lenox Av ITOJKlSs. Mark L 'to TH Illlam n and "liank 1 livlor adnilnisirators, 50th St leasehold, 2 years HrsS and W Berner to Jicob Ruipett XV est Broadway 140 saloon lease demand HUGHES Lil'le .uidn-ouls to Fred- dick Cheei IbDth St, n s, 125 ft vv ot Valentine Av widened 1 vcar JACOBS Simon to Isidore Jackson and another 1'lth bt to James M trustees lliih 700 8000 4500 J8500 S4pOO S.OOO 20000 DECISIONS AND CALENDARS. STATE COURTS. vs Union Stev enson B :Lyman. vs City of New 1 ork vs same anelll vs bame vs Press Pub Co vs od Av R R Co Inty re SUPREME Calendar- Part I, Marean. J Part II. Garretson, J Part III Herriek J Put IV Belts J 5S5tP-Buttllng: vs. vs Pldelltj Deposit Co vs Blaln vs vs eeda v s New York vi .Burrell Brown; City of vs 3d Av vs Abra- R R ham vs Tunk Zorvvlck ORelllv vs Ma- huken 2133-Hamlin vs City of New YOlk 2718-vVilkes vs City of New York eu Nledersteln Ry .Co "vs Citv ot Xevv York vs _ 8d Al R R Co vs same SLPREllE Te-m-Part VII Glldersleeve, J at ]U JO A "M Caseu to be {sent from day calendar for on SUPREME rial VIII, IX and X for the term SLIPRBML XI- J-Opens at 1030 A M Cases to bt tent from day calendar lor trial Case on (12 and ilu Lait, de- Simon 1'lth bt Isldore Jackson and ,12 and 310 East de- 20000 REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. In the lollovMiit list mtg standb for moitgdo'- and B S icvenue The vv ir locnue law p-ovlJes that stamps tlial1 be placed on all convi j-inccs at the j ac ol tents fui each sjut) ol-co liidera.- t i.n This (.onsiacvatiein has been held ti onl} the cuuity above the moit- y me The imount ot the mortgage plus (.ion Urnci. the value til the revenue stamps. on the convevdiices should thcictuie show the" true consideration. M.nUu lun l) fl u iloills oil Kl sKR A Irntnla to the EmlKiant Indus- tilnl "Savinss Bank, 119th St s s 230 it o Av 1 vear KIT TBNPLIN Jloiris to Jacob Tvllngell- s'eln "d st 75 East Installments 0 M r.ooo KCLTcR Kudolnl to the F Seiiu.eter Brewing Company. St 4ll Last saloon lease deniind L William to Eloise L  7li) i' i bt lu 5v. i Sxs In vllHl J l I 1 hllllps -to i j l Sim i 'I- s CI HluIIL si _5 .X.1VO i, .iklUU 5 is vlu'sel anil ctlurs tj Emma L cia'tdlini (H S 25 cents) C 11 i S I fL "-'I e s 11 I 11 11 II a" I Jill ai it si 2" JJxHKi >v.-5 o NteliO is A s, t the (xeeuto s to 1 nmia i. Macs I C NJ i "V1 0 Hd st 1 r li lie] 1 aai Initc, 4-1.-00 ft illlUCl OlllHV Emma L to Nicholas Maesel Chrvstle St 24 5 yea's MVlAl L Cmrra L to TmlRiant Indus trlil wuvlngs Bank rhijstle e s Hill n of Bavaul St 1 ViNUBLL VU.V" a-ld Fisher Lew inf to the Edultabie L'lo Sovlftv bt 11 s U7 ft vv of id 1 vr 11 '0 NOTION Mary E ind Pati'ck to the >r, .inii Knnk J s w eorrer of M M.CUHS (correction) LvdU A to Broadway SaMnffs tUyoii 4sth st C'l 1 vear 2000 IvJla A to Broadway Savlncs tuilon !4th St 17 West 1 jcai 30000 Tilidrlch ind othe-s tb C, Adcl- Bcckti Oakland Place i s 1217 H% of Clinton Av vears rerecorded P IRK ril-drl.h and to C Adel- it 1> ektr Oakland Place s s 100 ft of Clll ton Av, 1 veers rerecorded AdeKlde to How land Pell Itrus- li cV (.1st n 75 c> U vv of Park Av, I IKK 3000 Court of Appeals. I SARATOGA June of cal- for to-jfloriuw 571. 512, 570 lulfe 40 440, 524 555 J I Supreme Court-j-Appellate _ Department. SUPREME Term J .Scott and Dugro JJ Murphy va Hadden granted without Hinder vs granted with costs vs Thiid Avenue 'Railroad Company Motion granted on-default Meeks vs Dav granted, unless ap- pellant 'lie return on o" before June ill Dorgan eianted 'unless ap pellant file and serve printed copies of the papers on appeal on or before June Canavello vs Michael 41 to dls miss appeal yianted without costs Basso vs Ligui'i granted Giob vs granted, because ol appellants laches Vo costs AS Gednev -Motion denied! with VE granted unless within ten days appellant vpay to the Justice 50 coats and the Justice s fee for making riMcLaughIIn vs granted un- lo-s appellant file retuin and terve copies there- VeVer vt'TndSendtnt Order Aha was IsraelT ic granted with ?10 costs I Jacobi.cn vs Metropolitan Street Railway Com panv granted, unless appellant cause icturn to be filed on or before June il) Behulte vs granted, without vs in-anted un- less return be filed and copies served on or be- Be return having been filed, the motion is denied iv ithout costs. New York Day. SUPREME Biunt P J Rumsev Patterson O Brlen and- Hatch JJ Opens at 1 P M Enumerated JlVooflnrf Co _- Hotel Co SUPREME Term-Pan Xll- NaVhi at-10JO A M Cases to be sent Irom preferied calendar for tilal -Case on SURROGATES Chambers-pltigerald in Surrogates Chamber, ground floor lot County Court House Motion calendar called at ll) JO A I' 1-John C Haug m Bloomf leld 3 -James Philp Cagno. Ann Paisley. Cagno: 7-Allcla M Wllkes 8-Davld Lee E Palmer Spltzer 11-Hattle Massaker Early vi> Dick 0514-Schmldt vs Scheldt BKlyr Union Gis Co vs Head va Eqult Life Co vs B k- lyn Heights R R vs Ivaug ton PaureHs fai ds Jr. is B H R, R vs same awbai t v s N. Y Sugar Refin- er v vs Schwab Al V s B Ids n 11 47V4 11 50 September '.'..U 75 -11.SO. 1170 four-cent ad- .ance marked yesterdays wheat market as one of the largest and most remarkable from a spec- ulatlvc standpoint that has occurred since the present bull movement was to many operators such an advance as that 1 of Monday coming on top of previous uplifts had the appearance of a runaway and reckless bull market the extraordinary eu encth of Itt undertone could not be Ques- tioned, and not a few professional operators were obliged to confess themselves astonished at the "aridity and persistence of the advance without any reactions to Inspire new buying bf a pro- fessional order Opening at July vv heat rose bv quick stages to in the last halt hour, attracting a big outside and teveiish, covering by the local element which lent snort Saturday, on showery predictions from the Northwest The latter were verified to a largo extent the weather map showing heavy rainl in the Dakotas, pa-tieulaily around Hs- marck although Minnesota was without -im- portant The fact that rains made__no SOUTHAMPTON D SHINSECOCK IIIUS. L. I. Cottairei to Heut. Lint now ready. i J. Metcalfe Thomas, 19 Liberty St. FIRXISHED ROOMS. TO LET NICELY FURNISHED LARGB room. 110 Lexington Av next 28th Street. HELP WANTED-An advertUlng of ence for work in another city. Addrew D 101 Time? Office. FEMALES. Heights K R vs. NT ir Rockaway R R Smith. Towing Co va Orient Ins Co v s Aetna Ins Co brennan vs B. H R R vs Goelet reached on regular rail "4CB reached on reguar ra COUNTY COURT-Pait I -Criminal Calendar Kurd J John Snea COI'NTY Part Criminal Calendar ITU? naturallv followed vfst crop lows throughout the day was that rains were too late to help the crop and Snow agah. dedared In favor of 100.000 0110 busheK for the three States or a decrease of about 12fl 000000 bushels from last vear-i flBin-es HU In North, Dakota prompted the WA Bv a voung girl aa chamber- ing to a-ilat with anj kind of work; best cltv ieterenccs. from Bresent- 401 USth St corner St Mcholaa Av CH 4.C -By blc ghl as chambeimald and waitress In countu Call at present emplojers, 127 Viest St. between 10 and 4 o'clock. ooOK "competent vounsr woman as. excel ate v--" lent eook in pilvate family, best: city.refer- B. _, e 2JO East 45tu bt-. flom last Smith s bell J John R HeHe Adrian ICittredge H Smith Thomas Bain Andrew Gelderman Caroline Kneff Paolo Salvatore Morris Ulanoff Gustav V AbCherfleld. Schlessins M Taylor S "Watson J Hegeman Paran- tlne. SURROGATES' 'ulla Bradford ID-Hy P Tracy 20-A.nna M Walz C..- Xracy, M. Tracy. [ohn F. Tracy. Barclay, .C. Plnckney. 20--Sartth" Qulnn: i T P ley an. Ryan. Basset. Ills for pi obate at 10 SO i- M Fanny Han, Mathilde strelb, Charles Qulnn. buigh vs vs IC-rSame vs vs Thorn- Spectator same same same th St I r to Mait'aut C Treat, 175 ft vv of Lcv-Ington Av 1000 vs Benjamin Evre vs Fol'y zbaum vs Sd Av R K -Man Sav Inst vs. N Y Nat Exchange Bank S -Held in Surrogates' Court. Trial Term, sec- ond floor in County Court House-Opena at 1375-Contest d will of James ntzpatrlck CITY sine CIT1 J Opens at 10 A M Held In Brownstona BuiMInc (Chambers Street Motions must be made returnable at 10 30 A M Defaults on motions will be taken at 11 A M CITY J- Held In Brownstone Buildings (Chan-bers Street l-Opens at 1" A M Calendar clear 2720-Rogers vs Wohl- 273H_Seeger va M2t vs Met St Ry vs same vs same va Bech- II -Schuchman, J-Ileld in Brownstone Building (ChamberL Btrel't )-Open1 at 10 A M Calendar clear Benda vs Keil 3212-Cosmento -s SHPTtOGATE S Abbott 3 The wills of Wltllam W Davis AUKUI Louise M Chapman. David I' Glbl Mills George Scheiei Brow n' Catherine lints H _....jst Apel, Glbb Eliza Allen James and Charles Contested calendai at 10 will of Eliza Mills Queens County Court Calendar. J- oiiens and calendar called at. B 30 AM .....-..i standard Slllcla SI Ry. vs same vs Dube vs Met St Ry. StJ Rs vs I Met St vs Ry Evans v s Schrlner. v_s_ vs Dcjck, H Dry v s son vs Tlmp- 70-fOldwell v IM-f-Berente I Ballwav Walker s Man v 9 Harlem R r TSTT s H, and wife to Bai- hiira Ml lw Monroe Or Morris 4.V c s. iiil it s of Oichard 01 170th St LI-Ln ST 1 i tw (ailish .7-xt.ov_7 t.v.ijO A.lbdi( S: I '7 Join 'Ihsteh.l to rincltn- I TI leh'r In tg INJtl R b '1'CJ Ills I 41 102 101 1U7 His and 127, r IP uf St Ravmond I .uk 24th (ri1 Hudson P Rose to i evi s H Parmdec- (intK Mii.000.--R- S S.1 Mi) fiTOM AV 8004 s w corner of bt 17.7xSl-S: Morgan V Cress po'fMC1 Leon and Caroline Qreen to Ker- mnM'sirock. .d Av 1 7C1 2 years priD J'nn'i to Surety and Guaranty Compinv 72d St _21G 'West. ,j0ulva Mi J Clinton Av w s-2I ft n c ot Oak- place (cnr-eetlon 8 vears OTIFR Joel T to Title Guarantee and Trust Convinv 'list St n vv corner of Road now closed, extends Bro idw ay being n e corner of list t years 11 Bro-i'lvvav and 'list St years SCHc VTHC1S lohn F to George Amsterdam Av corner 104th St salooT Ic ace demand SVOHS Jullu- to Tutted States Trust ith St 110 West demand SPT7 Gottlieb F. and wife to Jacob Cooper an 1 anotl-er trustees Tiffany St vv s, SI 5 ft s ot 3 years 1 000 COURT-ASpellate" Term-Por tha jf appeals fiom 4he C.ty_Court and Municipal Court1 Recess SUPREME COURT-Speclal Term-Part I- Bisohofl Jr. JpOpena at 10 -0 A Wtl- ra Canal Place from E IJSth bt to E 144th St. re O Brlen 24-Mlller vs Weiss v s Stelnberg- er v s Hutchlnson. Co-op P Assn vs Kuhn re 113 "Gih St and East River f 'vs Kraek vs Lynch v s K9s- Co 32-McNally vs Costello hearln icipa vs Howland VB Man Hs Co i vs same vs same vs Isamc vs Met St Ry Co I vs Evans vs va v vs Cali- fornia Wine Assn vs Alleson vs. Met St1 Ry v- Mon- santo. Terrune vi Baeckle va id Av vs Garry v s Con- sol Ice Co vs t Kunatli. vvs Perrone, vs Elec VfSlele Co 3205-tt-Iyman vs Met StT Ry 320lMPelleterl vs P Cohen Drj .Crosstown ,s Me- i Erie vs Am s Met i 'Central. R H Kee 3219-Clark v R R S4-Smlth vs Waltmaii vs same SO-Hughes vs Hughes Collins vs Mollov vb N Y iw Queens Co R R vs Schvv icher vs Deer vs Rem- niehmauet vs Thorn- ton Cor- Calla nelius vs Findlav Lumber Co Cement Co vs ban vs H Y Queens Co R R vs Drevei Stroube vs Stroube ome Mfg Co Ibert vs O Leary 114-rieygans vs Preygang et al 118-Glaser vs City of OwmgV'fiv-orable- French RM Rouma-Sn crop advkw the kets vverc-onlv mo.Vrately firm ae last voar increased 2 7i4 500 crease however imoi-nt on passOKe English visible supnly bushels Therei was a de- the World s shluments vv The vlsl- infl'No l" Northern "-Di-luth No 1 New York WjC MINNEAPOLIS June IS -fife store No 1 Northorn June 7UVo September track No 1 Clo or'country, call, two days, pres- ent employer can be seen, no or card! answered 55 West 51st St_________________ a thoroughly competent iSssmlkerTtakes work home or by day; umes" skirts, waists, capes also children s dressco Mrs Hood, -ISO West lolst St HOrSEWOP.K a voung girl, lately anv housewo.k, wllilnc Duffy. Amsterdam Av no cards _________ _-C- LAUMDRFSS-By 'a prlvat. family, reference Broadvv ay, laundress. H Box 340. Wl Columbus Av Hetherlnb-ton I ___ Wheat In Julv hard, 7W.C, 2 Northern 7We. vn i Northein No 2 Northern 7We. Floor -'nc t-nel first patents, V, -00- natents, V 15. flist clears second clears, nts, art gp "TYTI ITTH Minn June IS >.'o 1 hard, rive lulv St-ptcmber Northern -No Z Spring 391 c Oats tn ar- No 2 Corn New York Mechanics Trad Ek vs Luf vs Gaus< COI.RT-Trlal Tei m -Garretson SIT-S? at 930 _ s How ell vs same _ W-Rohan vs Met. St R R Co 212-'lliompson vs Har- tig Comlskey vs Elec Trie III S- Povv er Co vs rJ i. Queeni Co R vs Nichols Chemical Co vs L I R R Co d Graham vs vs St R H Co ex lei vs btl ex rel t Slmonscm. Amer- ican .Coffee iCo. Schalek vs Fleke. WAITP.ESS-By a capable slrl as waitress m nrlvate family best references given. Apply at present emplov era 24 East 4Uthbt.__________ SITU WASTED-MAtES. Suretv Co St Ry vs same. 122 j v vsr same vs same Stables Mast I2.10-O Rellly vs Club vs Flelxer vs Schiebler vs I'rankfurt Horowitz vs Bauer 1240-Loughran vs Continental Hygela Ice Co Jenda vs -Tirbett Schnaufer; Met. Hall Rowan. Cohn vs Hays li-Vlck vs Kline Bloodgood vs Lot- timer Empire _ City Sav- Wood Decker. Brfer- 33-Boy le :Huer- vs vs stel re Coudert vs .Sehlossberg. Daly Staten Beach-fLand Co v s Goslln. vs Ken- nelly I vs. Starr v a Cuth- bert I S207-Schulz Dock, 32011-IJenda V r-TTV Term -Part III CjiHSd in fllownstone Building (Chamber, btrcetl-Opens at 10 A M Calendar clear 2820-Lawsoh vs" Met vs Met St st Ry" v s S' Ry vs B Pugh Co Highest number reached on regular call, 200. THE COMMERCIAL WOULD CASH PRICES FOR STAPLES. Wheat No 2 red Corn No 2 mixed 47k Oats, No 2 mixed Flour. Minnesota patents ?_4 20 Cotton, middling Coffee No 7 Rio Sugar granulated Molasses O K. pilmc Beef, family Beef liams........ Tallow, .prime Hogs, dressed, 1UO Ib "Laid prime Iron, No 1 found] y Lutter, creamery, extra, _..... CHICAGO. June 18-Flour, firm, No 3 Spilng wheat, No 2 red, No J, corn, 4ufc40i4C No 2 yellow. No 2 oats, if .t vrllllo pickled shoulders nlckled hinw, Iraetlve. lOdplOJac T ?SS of cltv countrv J'ARD-Steadv MOO.-cTn lard, dull, SO TO re- il'ned lard dull. South America 75 'contlwnt s- -Brazil kecs corovoundj quiet cltv. WeBterr iwe STEARINETWeak oleo, cltv lard stcarine. 8e I LIVERPOOL June 18 -Closing I Beef-Extra India mess (Ss 'Id Poi fl? Hams-Shirt cut, 14 Met 2835-Gllman Welch Paul vs Karen vs Lancaster Ina Co vs Ry Co 303ttr-Conipton vs _ Cameron. At- lantic Transport Co vs. Asaur Co vi Assur Co -Atlantic Co Unions Ins Co Fire Ins Law C L v s Man- Chester The Ins Co Atlas 1984-Campbellv s Texas Central R R Co va. Mooney vs -___McGlincey. liuger va Dockstadter -vs Met St Ry Co v s H. B Claflln Co Fire Ins Co 11 2d R H Mutual vs. St Ry. Co Av OSfe ..570 1125 0414 O7'i G90 ..19.75 No 2 white. No J white, PWlc No 2 rye 57c, good feeding barley, JiBISc fair to choice malting, No 1 f laxsced. 80 No 1 Northw estern, 80 pilme tlmothv seed, OK. mess pork, per bairel, 40 ftin 06 laid per 100 Ib, ?U 70, short ribs, sides 90, dry salted shoulders, (boxed) short clear sides, Wt7 30 whisky, basis of high wines, JiiB-ara cutloaf S6 IS, pianulated J582, eonfec- tlorsrs1 A S578, off A clover, contract grade, came In for severe punish- ment on the Cotton Exchange yesterday, but the Sill facUon was in no humor to follow UD their JiAvfmtue owing to the presence of weak cabS from Lhforpool and poimcal news from the Far East A decline of nolnta was noted In the English markets at the ?lme of our opening and a goodly number of rorelEn selling orders were known to exist It was very ev ident that the English market) had "decreased by the sensational China reports, and that the trade abroad crop question asTa minor factor for the time being. The local trade however, wh le slightly Influ- enced by the break In Liverpool and the Political news subsequently became decidedly bulli.h on CNJL. JUI1V is steadv. 7Cs 3d, prime mess steady. ork-Prime fine Western steadv l-American leflned, In palls dull U.s Weste-n In tierces firtt0 ffl to' a'S'aalf 42s (.d long clear to ami 7.25 nwntb to the United States rancod as follows: High Low Tune luU......... Aupuat; beptembei. October..... November. December Muich lv.000 bigs, to Eu- on "Profit "tak iW The: .lose at a net tjll of 10 to15 points _ at a net tin OL iv the day were bags ii.n increased crop Ira were reluctant to zlvc way to the demands for prices Clearances for'the United Sa'es included baes In steamer Cole- rldee Receipts at Rio for the week Just ended wefe 20 000 bags agaliuit 11 OOoJ the previous week and 50 000 bags last year Santoj receipts StSWited J2 000 bags, as compared with 24000 last bags for the same week a yea? ago Rio shipments to the United States. SfcOOO to Europe, 1.000 Santos J220..M, 1240, 00 ILMINGTON, N. C N. June 18 ot tur- Ga June IS -Spirits of turpen- tine'iirm'at receipts 1.047 caste: casks, IW casks Resin firm 1 575 casks. sxpui w, w WWM barrels, exports. 4 345 barrels i CHARLKSTOX. S C, June IS market nominal sales, none, quotations omit- ted Resin, quiet, unchanged, milestone. Iron warrants very "lead 10, spelter, i f ivE 00; bulla. vsqf Tfoitnt hhrher on JjuttewnUfci lo -Sheep, -choice. (4.7B culla and bucks.. TOO. extra. (or hon. v -s. j   

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