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Real estate record and builders' guide: v. 28, no. 710: October 22, 1881

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Real Estate Record AND BUILDERS' GUIDE. Vol. XXYIII. NEW YOEK, SATUEDAT, OCTOBEE 22, 1881. No. 710 Published Weekly by The Real Estate Record Association TERMS: i»\E YEAR, in advance.....$6.00 rJommunications should be addressed to C. W. SWEET, 137 Broadway. '. T. UNDSEY. Bnsmess Manager. THE PROPOSED "TEN MILE" PAEK. The diagram below gives an idea of the great park which it is proposed to lay out north of the Harlem river. It tells its own story and there is no need of any further description of the locale. WHAT VANDERBILT IS REALLY AFTER. William H. Vanderbilt is the railroad war. All the leaders of the street, bears as well as bulls, are eager to have it ended. There is not a railway corporation in the country that would not be willing to make any rea- i^ on able sacrifice to have rates restored and the railroad system of the country again in harmony. The war, so far, has been a direct