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Real Estate Recori
AND BUILDERS^ GUIDE.
NEW YOEK, DECEMBEE 30, lb82.
Published Weekly by The
Real Estate Record Association
ONE YEAR, in advance.....$6.0©
Communications should be addressed to
C. W. SWEET, 191 Broadway
J. T. LINDSEY. Business Manager.
SALES OF THE WEEK.
The foUowing are the sales at the Exchange Sales,
room forthe week ending December 29:
• Indicates that the property described has beenbid
in for plaintiff's account:
Lewis st, No. 167, w s, 20x75, three-story
brick store and tenem't. Benjamin Auses.
(Amount due, abt $5,100)................ $4,500
H. W. COATES.
40th st, No. 337 W., n s. 20x98.9, four-story
brick store and tenem't. Richard Mahon,
(Amount due, abt $7.450)................. 8,500
J. T. BOYD.
*Av A, w s, 17.11 nl22d at, 16x68, three.storj-
atone frOnt dweU'g, John R. Smith.
(Amount dup, abt $1.650)................... 7,716
*57th st. No. 144 E., s s, 18.9x100.'", three-story
stone front dwell'g, Wm, H, Macy, exr.
(Amount due, abt $12,500).............___ 12,300
Clinton st. No. 173, w s, 25x100, five-story brick
store and tenem't. Solomon Jacobs....... 21,250
'Clinton st. No. 175, w s, 25x100, four-story brick
tenem't. Isaac Marks.................... 21575
1st av, Nos. 1433 and 1440, e s, 51x8«, four-
story brick tenem't and stores, Joseph
2d av, No. 929, w s. 21,2x80, three-story dwell'g,
Louis Pizer............................... 9,500
FAIRGHLn & DE WAI.,TEARASS.
146th st, n s, 550 e llth av, original line, £0x1
147th st, s s, 550 e llth av, original line, SOx f
99.11, two and one-story frame stables... J
(Purchaser to pay $500 per year, until the
death of young man, now 26 jears in in¬
sane asylum)............................... 3,800
ettOOKLYN, N. T.
In the City of Brooklyn, Messrs, T. A. Kerrigan
.and R. S. Willis have made the following sales for the
week ending December 29:
♦Clinton st. n w •er President st, 10'"xll5, Ju¬
lius Wadsworth............................ $15,705
■Clinton st, s w ccr Unir n st 110x115........ i
*Union st, s s, 115 w Clinton st, 50x100........f
Julius Wadsworih........... ............ 39,000
♦Fro't st, n s, 150 w Lorimer st, 25x100. Albert
0, HaUam......................... ...... 100
*High st, s s, 250 e Jay st, 25x100. Ihomas H.
Read, as exr., etal................. 3,950
* Atlantic av, s s, 205 e Bond st, 20x80. Edward
F. Patchen. admr....................... 3 000
Division av, ns, 41,G e 2d st, 20s60.9, Geo, W,
Total .................................. ?66,180
Wherever the letters Q. C. and C. a. G. occur, pre¬
ceded by the name of the grantee they mean as follows
lst—Q.C.IS an abbreviation for Quit Claim deed
■i. e., a deed in which all the right, title and interesi of
the grantor is conveyed, omitting all covenants or war¬
-2d—C.a. G. means a deed containing Covenant
against Grantor only, in which he covenants thai he
hathnot don^ any act whereby the estate conveyed may
be impeached, charged or incumbered.
NEW lORR €ITY.
December ^-2, 23, 25, 26, 27, 28.
Broadway. No. 486, s e cor Broome st, 24x1 OOx
25x100, six-^story brick store. Paul Feiera¬
bend to William H. De Forest. Mort. |100,-
000. Dec. 22. nom
Broadway, n w cor Duane st, 75x105x75.4x
105, three-story,brick buildings.
Broadv»'ay, s w cor Leonard st, 56x149.2x49 7
xl56, six story brick (iron front) store.
Samuel C. Hale, Haverhill, Mass., to James
E. Collins, Boston, Mass. 1-18 part. Dec.
Same propei ty. James E. Collins to Susan A.
wife of Samuel C, Hale. 1-18 part. Dec. 20.
Clinton pl. No. 115, being Sth st, n s, 600.5 w'
.5th av, 23x93.11, four-story brick store and
64th st, ns, 350 w 8th av, 2.5x100,5, twostory f
frame dwell'g. |
A Iso lot in Newtown, L. L J
Edward F. Wiener, lieirS. Wiener, tp Joseph
Wiener. )i\ait. Dec. 26. " 1,-100
Charles st. No. 22, s s, 40 e Waverly pl, 2<)x
74,11, furnished, tnree-story brick dwell'g.
Timothy Brien to William McDermott. C.
a. G. Dec. 16. nom
Same property. William McDermott to Al¬
mira wife of Timothy Brien. C. a. GI. Dec.
Catharine st, e s, .54.2 n Madison st, 27.1x10,5.71
Henry st, s s, 23.10 e Jefferson st, 23.10x100.
East Broadway, n s, abt 215 e Pike st, 2.5x125
to Division st, x2.5xl25,3.
Madison st, s s, 163 e Market st, 25x100.
Madison st, s s, lot 844 Henry Rutger's map, \
26x100, no such lot on Madison st.
Madison st, n s, abt 111,4 e Pike st, 16.11xl('0,
Cherjy st, n s, abt 1.57,3 e Rutgers st, 26.1s
Pike st, e s, ■i25 s Monroe st, 25x59.8x25x59.0.
Madison st, s s, 26.6 w Clinton st, 26x100.
Alice G. Doughty to Sutherland Tenney.
Dec. 13. 7,308
Same property. Sutherland Tenney to Wil¬
liam H. Doughty, Troy, N. Y. Dec. 13. 7,308
Same property. Elizabeth M., Mary R, and
Frederick V. S. Crosby, (^ertrude R. Jone-s,
Louisa L. Lindley, New York, and Walter F.
Crosby, Orange, N. J., to same as last. 65,770
Same property. Elizabeth M. Crosby, trustee
E. K Crosby, dec'd, to same. Dec. 13. 65,770
Division st, Nos. 71 and 713^, s s, 2.5x )4 block,
five-story brick store and tenem't. Harry
A. Stroub to Teresa M. J. O'Donohue. )4
part. Morts. $8,000. Dec. 23. 750
Downing st, Nos. 49-51, n s, 122.3 w Bedford st,
39.6x90, two four-story brick tenem'ts, Cath¬
arine A. How;ird, widow, John, Williain
and David D. Murphy, Montclair, N. J.,
Maria E. wife of and James Murphy, Bay¬
onne, N. J., Elizabeth wife of Frederick J.
Odell, Orange, N. J., and Jeseph R. Mitchell,
Jersey City Heights, to Francis Caragher.
Morts. $8,500. Dec. 20. 16,000
East Broadway, No. 275, s =, 145.9 e Mont-
go ery st, 123 x 78.5 x 23 x 77,11, two-story
brick dwell'g. Josephine Forrester, Mary
L. Whitlock, Theodore M, Dougherty and
Emma Tuttlp, heirs T. M. Dougherty to
Charles S. Brown. Q. C. Release and con¬
firmation deed. Dec. 1. nom
Front st. No. 243, ses, 90.5 n e Peck slip, 2.5.5
x61.9x25x60.5, four-story brick store. Edgar
Logan, Yonkers, to Edgar Logan, Jr. Aug.
2,1880. .'. 3,000
Hester fct. No. 101, n s, 65.6 w Allen st, 22x50,
tbree-story I rick store and tenem't. Pat¬
rick Hei-nessey to Abraham Sclomon.
Morts. $7,805. Dec. 26. nom
Horatio st. No. 44, s s, 90.4 e Hudson st, 20x62.6
x20.1x60 3, three-story brick dwell'g. Theo¬
dore Mallaby to Henry Tonjes. X part. De-'
cember6. ' " 3,600
Same property. Seaman J., Francis B. and
Katharine S. Mallaby and Frances R. wife
of WiUiamH, Dumont. heirs T. Mallaby, to
same. Kpart. Dec. 6'. 3,600
Ludlow st, No. 541^, e s, 100 s Grand st, 20x86.6
x20x87.6, three-story brick dwell'g. Char¬
lotte Smith to Carlton R. Fish, Oct. 17. nom
Same property. Sarah Stake to Pranklin W.
Pish, East New York. Deed of assignment.
Nov. 29. • 309
Madison st. No. 59, 21x108, two-story brick
dwell'g and two-story brick dweli'g in rear.
Ellen Morony, widow, Brooklyn, to Maria L.
Daly. Q. C. Dec. 22. nom
Same property. Ellen M. Grogan, widow, to
same. Q. C. Dec. 23. nom
Same property. Mary C. wife of aud Edward
V. Fargis to Maria L. Daly. Q. C. Decem¬
ber 22. nom
Pittst, No. 26, e s, 66.1 n Broome st, 2l..5x.55,
three-story brick dwell'g. John, James,
Heury, Mary, Matilda, Ann, Rose and Cath¬
arine McNulty, by W. C. Reddy, as guard'n,
to Jane Carberry. De.:. 23. 5,700
Same property. Mary McNulty, widow, &c.,
to same. Q. 0. Dec. 22. nom
Varii-ksit, Nos. 68, 70 and 72, s e cor Canal st,
runs south 74.3 x east 61 x north 30.10 to
Canal st, x west74.8; No. 68 Varick st, three-
s'ory brick dweU'g; Nos. 70 and 72, two four-
story briok stores and tenem'ts; No, 421 Canul
st, two-story brick store and dweU'g. John
A. Goodl- tt to Norman G Kellogg. Fore¬
clos. Dec. 20. 3.5,4^5
Waverley pl. No. 120, s s, 137.3 e fith av. runs
east 22 x south 97 x west abt 11 x south 7 x
west llx north 104 to beginning, tbree-story
brick dweU'g. Charles A. Fox to Amelia M.
Garland. C. a. G. % part. Mort. 88,500.
Dec. 27. 9 7.50
8th st. No. S17, n s, 301 e Av B, 20.8x09.10,
four-story brick tenem't. Margaretha
Baier, widow, to Amalie wife of Jonas
Schuster. Dec. 28. 8, OGO
Same property. Margaretha Baier and ano.,
exrs. J. Baier, dec'd, to Amalie wife of
James Schuster. Q. C, Dec. 28. nom
llth st, n s; 93 e Av B, 2.5x103.3, three story
brick dwell'g. For<clos. Michael J. Cody
to David D. Toal. M, $6,000 and interest.
Dec. 28. 2,800
17th st, Nos. 441 and 443, n s, 250 e 10th av, .50x
92, two flve-story brick stores and tenem'ts.
Catherine wife of and James Baker to Pa-
me'a C. Stratton. Ms. $20,000. Dec. 23. 31,.500
18thst. No. 13, n s=, 260 w,5th av, 2.5x92, four-
story stone frout dwell'g. John F. Pentz,
exr. Maria Pentz, to James H. Young. De¬
cember 28. . 20,' 00
19th st. No. 217, n s, 200 w 7th av, 2.5x98. lOx
'25x99.6, four-story brick store and tenem't,
and four-story brick tenem't on rear. Em¬
ma L. M. Seaman, individ., and with Geo.
B. Rhoads, exrs, D. Seaman, to William
Mulry, with release dower, &c. Dec. '-'0. 14,075
2.3d st, No. 317, n s, 23L3 e 2d av, 18,9x98,9,
three-story brick dwell'g, Catharine Sheehy
to Michael Sheehv, Jr. Mort. §.5,OCO. Jan.
4, 1881. " nom
24th St. n s, 218 e llth av, 7.5x9J-,9, ,No. .541,
two-story brick office building and nuc-story
brick extension; Nos. .537 and 5-39, tbree-
story brick factory building. Catharine
Requa to Jose M. Hurtado. Morts, §14,600,
and subject to trust deed to secure $25,000.
Dec 13. 9,406
26th st. No. 244, s s, 279.2 e Sth av, 2l.lx98,9x
21x98,9, three-story brick dwell'g, WiUiam
D. Tallman to Ellen A. wife of William
Pearson, Q. C. Correction deed. Novem¬
ber 27. nom
Same property. EUen A. wife of William
Pearson, Sterling, Kansas, to Charles Ptac-
zeck (Vogel). Mort. §5,000. Dec.l. 11,7.50
27th st, No. 323, n s, 275 e 2d av, 25x98,9, three-
story brick clwell'g, and four-stoiy brick
tenem't on rear. Ann wife of Bernard Cos¬
teUo to Thomas CosteUo. C. a. G. All
liens. Dec. 21, 16,.500
Same property. Thomas Costello to Bernard
Costello and Ann his wife. C. a, G. All
liens. Dec. 20. 16,5C0
29th st. No. 215, n s, 185 e 3d av, 25x98.9, five-
story brick store and (enem't. Catharine
Sheehy to Michael Sheehy, Jr, Morts.
$9,000. Jan. 4, 1881. nom
SOth st, No. 342, s s, 125 w 1st av, 22.9>98,9.
four-story stono front teneiu't. Napoleon
B. Kelly to George H. SchAveitzer. Decem¬
ber 23. 15,500
Same property, George H. Schweitzer to Ed¬
win M. Tavlor. Morts. $9,600. Dec. 23. 16.000
32d st, No. 348, s s, 117.6 w 1st av, 17,6x98.9,
four-story brick store and tenem't, Sadie
wife of and Leon Ulman to Marks Schon-
feld. )4 part. Subject to morts. .?4,2.5ii.
Dec, 21. nom
34th st, Nos. 20G-212, s s, SO e 3d av, runs east
100 xsouth 90,2 xwest 98.11 x north 35.7 x
west 1.1 X north 54.4, one-story brick stable
and two-story flame dweU'g. John Straiton
and George Storm to Jobn Fish, Morts.
$38,000. Dec. 26. 40,000
37th bt, Nos. 209 and 211, u ?, 30 e 3d av, runs
north 102,11 x east 5U.6 x south 95.9 to .37th
st, X — to beginning, five-story brick car¬
penter shop. Frank Hoffman to Tbomas H.
Hall. Mort. .$12,000, Dec. 28 45,500
40th st. No. 213, n s, 175 w 7th av, 2.5x98.9,
three-story brick store and dwell'g, and two¬
story frame dweli'g on rear. Jacob Sauer,
Hone-^dale, Pa,, to Andrew Finck.- Morto.
$6,000. Dec, 23. 15,600
40th Ht, No. .^37, n s, 300 e 9th av, 20x98.9, four-
story brick store and tenem't. IsabeUa B.
Clute, Brooklyn, to Helen Cockburn.
Taxes and assmts. Dec. 27. 14,000
Same property. Helen Cockburn, Brooklyn,
to Thomas"J. Clate. Dec. 27. 14.00Q