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TRADE IN CHICAGO.
Ct!c*£O. -an 3 (Special).— Wheat traders found It
* rf to-day to follow their market, tb«r* being
*^ew TOO almost every Instant, with news not
t»»lrx m uch influence. The close was He to %c
der Thursday. May opened at 82^c. sold be
f*een s%e and « B sc sellers, and closed at 82Sc
ten; J u! >' closed at S2l » c - Cables were weak.
*l t the market for a while ignored them, opening:
jtjjdew price of the day, and advancing: almost
f6f 6 in the first hour. The weather was not quite as
Lvers « expected, but there was nowhere any
m o« protection. Primary receipt^ were less than
last ycar-435.0W bushels, against 612,000 bushels;
"jforthwe'tt-rn cars were 320. against 228. Clear
ce s ' were 336,000 bushels; but clearances for the
•reek w«re surprisingly heavy— bushels.
nssafir- shipments were only 152.003 bushels.
•The Modern Miller" reported scattered damage
—ports from the Southwest. Kansas City advices
ere strong on winter wheat. Red winter hero
brought 5c over May. St. Louis prices were about
y over Chicago. The winter wheat advices every
where were strong. The spring wheat news was
■ssjfsßy of the other sort. There was no demand
hue. •'''•' ' ■■•■•°' - predicted some increase In
country offering*. Tlm Ms selling of the day was
I. the interest which had been dominating this
market in a scalping way for some time past, pre
fuffl&bly the Louisville crowd.
There iras a firm corn market; price* at one time
s»%e to '* ■" and closing He to %c over Thursday.
: my opened at 65?ic. sold between 66% c and fiT'io,
pj closed at •■•' 7 -o. the July closed at 66i*c sellers.
joßntry offerings were moderate, and the carlots
jere were not quite as weak as earlier in the week;
_* e re were 2&2. with 145 cars estimated for to-mor
roir. Argentine shipments were 315.000 bushels.
jCew-Enpland took some yellow corn, 60,000 bushels,
the first business in some time. Kansas City corn
iflviees wren strong; St. Louis rather weak. Cables
were off a fraction. Patten was a buyer of corn;
M aie of the local short*. Com^took and others.
corerfd. Phillips was the best seller. It Is still
very easy to run corn shorts in.
Oats closed unchanged to '.gc over Thursday, at
en« time selling ■*,? to *£c over. The Cudahys were
free tellers of both May and July: Patten was a
buyer of oats. The latter is holding his big May
line and also buying July. Carlots were strong;
there were 10 In. The estimate for to-morrow was
piaxseed was firm at about lc advance: cash $158
to II*?. and the May, Jl €3. At the three points
there were 75 ears of seed, against 52 cars last year.
Provisions yielded slightly, the close ;>;c to 7^.c
mder Thursday. There was further selling by the
Cudai'.y Interest, but not on a large scale. Hogs
«re Be higher, although there were 41,000 here,
fcstead of the S3 OOO expected. The market opened
fxva on the email stocks; less lard and ribs than
expected. There were 97.000 hogs West, against
3.000 last year. It is a mystery where all the re
cent Cudahy selling of lard has gone to. Some be
lieve there has been merely a swapping of brokers.
Cankers an& Drokfrs.
NEW YORK CITY 3s
E. D. SHEPARD & GO.,
NO. 31 NASSAU ST., B. Y.
Bank & Trust Co.
2 WALL ST.
COWPERTHW/41TE & CO,
flailroad fiouifs and
Extensive connections enable as to obtain
foil prices for securities not readily saleable
in this market.
15 Wail Street
R. L DAY & CO.
3 NASSAU ST., NEW YORK.
40 WATER ST.. BOSTON.
Members N. Y. and Boston Stock Exchanfes.
The Missouri Pacific Railway Co.
„ _ No. J95 Broadway.
A ..-.f , Kew Tot*. _! V.. December 24th. 1901.
-t*? I ™-*?;"" 0 divlfiend of TWO LOLLARB AND FIFTY
S»i_ ( *-- ! : '' 2? **■"• " are '-'■ etock Os" Oli* Company
■a t>e»n declared, payable at the office of the Company.
So. 1&5 Broadway. Kcw York City, en Jai.uary 20th. IW2.
•sA B"lJHr^* of rec&rd " the cloee ° busir ' e »» on Jan
ifce nock transfer books will be closed at three o'clock
£ ji. oa January M, \\-'C and reopened at ten o'clock
"• "- en January 21st, If 2
-*. H. CAI.EF, Treasurer.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY.
|pHL" regular quarterly dividend of ONE PER
CE^'T. on th« common stock ha« been declared, pay-
MM JaSßarv l£th. IML Transfer books will be closed
WO January 6th to January 15th, both inclusive/
J. A. LEWIS. Aaet. Treasurer.
r . *"«* Central Rail Road Company.
\ fcEMI-ANNUAL DIVILH-JND of two and
CIVA^?* 1 ? 1 * per cmt m the *fern-4 Stock and also a
Start 1 .1. *-° an ' 1 m *- * i f ** cent on the Common
Si. . thl " Company has been declared out of the earn
»i.l»°L the Company. pa>able at the fanner*' Loan and
:I ™Jt Co.. on 15th January. l&Oi
tf^. u 3°* took« for the Preferred and Common Stock
««u Company will be dosed at 12 M. 4 January 190£
•si reopen at 10 a. m. 16th January. 1902. *" il ""*' ** *
v ._. _ , -"•" • COMYN MORAS. Assistant Secretary.
*«w-Y«>rl£. 28th December. 1&0 L
The Ho*lUsi#; Valley Kail u>- Companr.
i. nn. Columbus. Ohio. .November 21 1301
14 SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND of Two per
4mi— ft '' CU i of sur Plus net earnings has this day been
J>««3 on the preferred etock of the Company, payable
5*2 xx ' th^ 1&01. to Kockholders of record at the close
,E*s~it« December 27tt. 1&01.
,_•« preferred nock transfer book* will close at the
V» m J. }' Morgan & Company, 23 Wall Street. New
ifv l! three o'clock P. M. Friday. December 27th. 1&01.
S*J;>reor«:n at ten o'clock A. M. on Monday. January
*2- WM. N. COTT. Treasurer.
**• Horking Vallr-r Railway Company,
fnr.-. Columbus. Ohio. November -1. 1»1.
j^nt. Company has this day declared, from Its
'urplus net earnings applicable for euch purpose, a
fes nT"** B ** dividend at One end one-half per cent on
■g.OBBHTiM stock, payable January ISth. 1902, at the
2»orM«Eri. J. p. Morgan & Company. 23 Wall Street.
J m V**. to the coirruon stockholders of record at the
**« of bu«in«s December 27; h. 1901.
•V."' common ttock transfer books will close at the
JS,' of J P. Morgan i- Company at three o'clock P. M..
2J*J- December 27th. 1»"J1. and will reopen at ten
•«*« A. M. on Monday. January 2"ti.. 1002.
WM. N. COTT. Treasurer.
T.IE PROCTER & GAMBLE COMPANY.
rr> TT T. « Cincinnati. Ohio. D«cember 17th, 1901.
j^nb Directors of this Company have this day
■s*> d 5Ti5 r (5 the regular quarterly dividend of TWO
L*l7 V E>>T. on the Preferred Stock cf the Company.
+& ril on and after January 15th. The transfer book*
_^ .be closed from January let to January l.'.th. ln
•*v« I). B. GAMBIA. Cec'y.
,_^ Philadelphia. Pa.. Dec. 20. 1901.
T HE BOARD OF DIRECTORS of the John B.
tent*!?** 011 Company have this day declared a ceml-an-
BW . <»'" i d> nd O f Four i> er cent, on the Preferred Stock
SL, ' last half-year ending November SOtb. 1601. and a
art ",™ 4 ef Twelve per Cent, en the Common Stock, pay
««January lfith, :
• HayuS* wUI cl °*« J*"- * th *** reopen Jan. 16th.
."irjceaa chick* win be mailed to stockholders.
_ WM. K. KRIPE. Treasurer.
••"•OKWEALTH (TIRE) INS. CO. OF NEW YORK,
*;: _ , 67 William 61.. Jan. 3. 1602.
«■ Directors have., declared the following
itiIP^pESDS: THREE PER CENT upon tb« Capital
rix^l^J^n <s'-n>*n« on or after Jany. 7th, 1902; '
• *>7' ,1. Zrlr CENT Interest upon th« outttandlng Scrip.
?tv ? Vi' mB «* "« or tt<*r Feby. l«th. 1&02; and
I Jot' »ER» ER CENT In Bertf upon the Participating
; l»t«dl »t«d sMred5 Mred >n 1601. Certificates for which will be
T~7 f ?* n4 on or •"*»■ M»V 20th. l»02.
; -,--*i nnifc f t^cks will remain closed until th« 10th
' "/< > u,\x. a BAJtTOW. Fre»!<l«nl. j
State of Massachusetts
City of Springfield
Gold 3J4s, due 1921.
City of Providence
Gold 4s, due 1927.
City of New York
Tax Exempt 3y 2 s.
Chi., Mil. & St. Paul Ry.
C. & P. W. Dlv. Ist Gold ss, due 1921.
Chi.. Mil. & St. Paul Ry.
Gen'l Mtge. Gold 4s, due 1989.
Coll. •%•, due 1916.
Illinois Central Rd.
Ist Mtge. 3s and 3^s.
Boston & Maine Rd.
3^s, due 1921.
N. Y. Lack. & Western Rd.
Ist Mtge. 65, due 1921.
FOR BAJUB BT
Blodget, Merritt & Co.,
15 WALL ST.. XETV TOHK.
BOSTON, 16 Congress Bt.
ic Railway Co.
Notice that Preferred Stock has been
To the Holders of Certificates lor Preferred
Mock of the; Northern Pacific Railway
Notice hereby la given that in the exercise of the power
reserved by the Northern Pacific Railway Company a»d
epeclfical'.y declared In every Block certificate lesued and
outstanding prior to Nov. 15. 1301. the company baa re
tired the preferred stock, and the same was retired la
whale upon the Ist day of January, 1902. Each and every
holder of a certificate for preferred slock not heretofore
surrendered Is notified that upon presentation and sur
render of his certificate at the o2lce cf the Northern pacific
Railway Company. 40 Wall Street, in the City of New
York, l-.e will receive raer.t In cash of the par amount of
No holder of any certificate for preferred stock now has
or hereafter will have any right as stockholder nor any
claim aralnst the Company, except to receive payment for
certificate* surrendered st the rate above Maud.
Dated January 2. l»i)S.
BY ORDER OF THE DIRECTORS,
GEORGES H. EARL, Secretary.
Northern Pacific Railway Co.
Notice to Holders of 4? 0 Convertible
January 2. 1802,
VotJee Is hereby riven Is all hol<J«rs of Four Per Cent.
Convertible Certificates of the NORTHERN PACIFIC
RAILWAY COMPANY, dated November 15. 1901. and Is
sued under and pursuant to the .evolutions of the Board
of Directors of this company adop ed November 13. 1901,
that the Railway Company lias ejected to require, and
hereby does require the holder of every such certificate
tc convert th» same Into Common Stock of the Northern
Paclflo Railway Company at the rate of one share of $100
for each 1100 of the unpaid principal of the certificate.
and upon presentation and surrender of *uch certificate
at th* office of this Company. 4& Wall Street, in the City
of New York, the holder will be entitled to receive there
for Common Stock of th« Railway Company at the rate
aforesaid. No interest will acme or be payable upon or
in respect ef any such certificate from and after the. first
day of January. 1M&
By Order of the Directors,
NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
By DANIEL. S. LAMONT,
Attest! CEO. H. EARL. Secretary.
-1/ ._ 00/ WATER ANO LIGHT BONOS
5/2 tO 0./0 and dividend paying stocks a
• i.e. mlty. HlKhest bank reference!, Send
for Hat. hOHT. B. STRAIIURN. Si>uUani% ush.
rpHB MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK, 101
Broadway. New York. December 12th, 1801. The an
| nual election for Directors of this Bank will be held at
I the Banking House on Tuesday, January 14th. 1902. be
tween the hours of 12 M. and 1 P. M.
JAMES V. LOTT. Cashier.
LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK.
82-12 East Forty Second Street.
New York, December 30th, 1901.
fpHE Annual Meeting of the Shareholders of
this bank for the election of directors for the en
suing year will be held at the banking house on Tuesday.
January 14th. 1802. between the hours of 12 m. and 1 p. m.
W. T. CORNELL. Cashier.
THE NEW AMSTERDAM NATIONAL BANK
OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK.
New York. December 23rd. JBOI.
rpHE Annual Meeting of the stockholders of
this Bank for the election of Directors will be held
at the Banking House, Broadway and Thirty-ninth Street,
on Tuesday. January 14. 1902.
The polls will be open from 12 M. to 1 P. M.
G. J. BAUMANN. Cashier.
rnHE Annual Meeting of the stockholders of
the New Tork and London Trust Company for the
election of directors will be held at the office of the Com
pany 64 Cedar Street. New York, on January 18th. 1002.
at 3*P. M. ROBERT B. HOOVER. Secretary.
rnHE Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of
Th« Dalley Manufacturing Co. win be held at the
offlee of the Corporation. No. 12 Duane St.. Tuesday.
January 14th. 1902. at 3:30 P. M.. for the election of
directors for the ensuing year and such other business
as may property come before said meeting.
ALEX. FISHER. Secretary.
pONSOLIDATED GAS COMPANY OF NEW
YORK. 4 Irving Place. December 27th. 1901.—
Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of this Compan* "or
the election of Trustees to serve during the ensuing year
will be held at this Office. Monday. Jan. 27th. 1002. Polls
will be open from 12 M to 1 P. M Transfer books will
close Saturday. Jan. 11th, at 12 M.. and reopen Tuesday,
Jan. 2Sth. fjOt. LEWIS B. GAWTRY. Secretary.
U' 6. ASSAY OFFICE.— ASSAY O3TICE RECEIPT
t • LOST.— A receipt Issued by the U. S. at New-
No. 3,041. dated Jan. 2. 1902. for 13 70-100 ounces gold
bullion, payable to M. ImmerglUcJt or order, ha« been lost.
The public are cautioned not to receive or negotiate the
Fame, as Its payment has been stopped at the U S.
i A^* y I'T'ffi **• T MORRIS IMMERGLUCK.
Jan 2. 19CC
NEW-YORK DATLY TRIBU^T:. SATURDAY. JAXTARY 4. 1002.
OF NEW YORK,
NO. 30 NASSAU STREET.
CAPITAL. SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS.
DESIGNATED LEGAL DEPOSITORY.
Allot* Interent on deposits.
Act* us Executor. TruHtee. Itearlatrar, Ac.
„ _ _ , HENRY C. SWORDS. President.
tu M. Carnmann. V-Pres. 11. W. Relghley. Sec
METROPOLITAN TRUST COMPANY
OF THE CITY OF RV YORK.
So*. .17 and :tii Wall St.
Capital ..■••••.... . _i ,>,. firm
Surplu. and profit.. . . V.. .V...' '.'.'.'. '. jilin M.IJSiC
T^m l^^ l^,^ ord " r of the Supreme Court as a legal de
pository -Will receive deposits of money on Interest. act
as ÜBcal or transfer agent, or trustee for corporations, and
accept and execute any legal trusts from persons or corpo
rations on as favorable terms as other similar companies.
BRAYTON IVES. President.
FREDERICK D. TAPPEN. Vice-President.
BhVEHLV CHEW. Second Vice-President.
ALEXANDER 8. WEBB. Jr. Secretary.
BERTRAM CRUGKR. Asst. Secretary.
Siegol, Cooper dc Co. \
Private Hankers, \
6th Jtoa., /Bth d: JSth fts. I
Interest at the rate of Four per Cent, per annum 3
credited to depositors on January 24, IJKK. for the
three, four. five, and fix months ending December !
31st. 1901. on deposits from fS to $3.000. Deposits
made before the 10th day of any month draw In- :
terest for full month.
I Jtli deposits payable on demand
without notice. 1
Jfours 9 Jf. 77/. to 5:10 !P. 97/. j
The Bowery Savings Bank,
123 AND 130 BOWEBT.
NEW YORK. Dec. 30. 1901.
A Mint-annual dividend at the rate or
FOUR PER CENT, per annum ha« been
declared and will be credited to depos
itors on all sums of $5.00 and upward and
not exceeding $3,000 which shall ' havi»
been deposited at lea»t three months on
the flr»t day of January next, and will be
payable on and after Monday January
Money deposited on or before January 10.
J902. will draw Interest from January Ist.
JOHN D. HICKS. President.
HENRY A BCHENCK. Comptroller.
WALTER COGGESHALU Secretary.
THE NEW YORK SAVINGS BANK.
X. W. COR. 14TH ST. AND BTH AYE.
The trustees have ordered that the Interest to be credited
to depositors Jan. 1. iw.j. unall b.- at the rate of TURKS
AND ONE-HALF PER CENT TER ANNUM on all sums
from $3 to $3,000.
Deposits made on or before Jan. 10 will draw interest
from Jan. I.
ASSETS. J!?.635.iU.05 SURPLUS. $2.:5?,536.
P. A- WELCH. President.
RUFUS H. WOOD. Treasurer.
WILLIAM FEI^INGEB. Secretary.
GERMAN SAVINGS BANK
I.N THE CITY OF IBW VOHK.
Coi. 4tb Axe. and Mill Street.
New York. December 24. 1901.
Interest at th« rate of THREE AND ONE-HALF (8H)
PER CENTUM per annum will be credited depositor* for
the six months ending December 81. 1801. on all sums en
titled thereto under me bylaw* no; ejLcertilns ibice thou
sand (3.000) dollar*.
Deposits made on or before January 10. 1003. will draw
Interest from January 1. 1902.
CASISIIR TAG. President.
O. F. AUTHOR, Tr«a*ure..
Tr vi ng" SAVINGS INSTITUTION
IIS Chambers St.. Ifew York City.
The Trusteaa of this institution have declare,! Interest
en all sums remaining on deposit during the three and six
months ending r« .:,:. 1901. at the ate of FOUR pun
CENT per annum on amounts frc>m $1 to $3.Ot«\ payabis
on and after Monday. Jan. 20. 1902. Deposits male M or
before Jan. lOlh will dr.r Interest from Jan. Ist.
W. H. B. TOTTtN. President.
O. BTRON LATIMER. Secretary.
Dry Dock Savings Institution,
341 A>D 843 BO\Vi;UV. NEW YORK.
Th» Tru'te«s have d<*clar*i a dividend for the fix
months ending December .'.lst. 1801, en ill d»postt!i entitled
thereto under the by laws, at the rate of Three and One-
Half per cent, per annum on all sum* not exo»*dlnjc H »•
inousand Dollars; payable on and afirr January 2tnh.
Deposits made on or before. January lOth will be entitled
to interest from January Ist. IB '-'
ANDREW MILLS. PwlSent.
CHARLES UIBHLING. Secrptarj-.
WM. F. PATTKR.SON. Ant't Secretar)-.
INDUSTRIAL SAVINGS BANK.
51 Chambers St., New York.
New York. Dec. 23. 1001.
DIVIDEND. — The Trustees of this Bank hay« ordered
that Interest be paid to Depositors entitled thereto for the
six and three, month* ending- Dec. .'!!. IWI, at the rate of
Three and one-half per cent, per annum on all deposits up
to the limit of Three Thousand Dollars tfSMO'i.
Int«r««t will be credited under dat« of Jan'y Ist, 1902,
and will be payable on and after Monday, J"i.'y autn.
JA-Ij.^ McMAHON, President.
MARCUS J. McLOrGHLJN. Comptroller.
Union Dime Savings Institution
BROADWAY. 82t> ST. & SIXTH AVENXB,
GRHBLET BQCARB. NEW YORK.
Interest three and on«?-half per cent, from $5 to $3,000.
Credited January Ist, payable January I 61& or any time
Money deposited on or before January 10th draws In
terest from tho to^^^ - srnAGrß>
rHARLBS E SPRAOTIB, President.
CBOnaa N. UIHt»dAJJ* Treasurer.
FRANCIS M. LEAKE, Seerotary.
GREENWICH SAVINGS BANK,
S. E. tor. «»th Atp. and lOth St.
rNTETtEST AT THK RATE OV THREE AND ONE
HAI-F PER CENT. PER ANNUM will be credited de
positors for the SIX MONTHS trd THREE MONTHS
ENDING DEC SI. 1001 on nil sun* from nve dollar* to
three thousand dollars, entitled thereto under the by-laws.
payable JAN. -y OHN - ]IARSEN RH OADES, President
v JOHN HARSKN RHOAKKS. President.
JAMES QULNLAN, Treasurer.
B OGDEN CHISOLM. Secretary.
Deposits mad" on or befora JAN. 10, 1002. will draw
interest from JAN. 1. 1002.
THE BANK FOR VINOS.
260 Fourth Avenue. New York,
Jan. 1. 1902.
rpHE BOARD OF TRUSTEES have declared
the usual Interest under the provision* of the by
laws for the six months ending Dec. 81st, as follows:
At the rate of POUR (4) PER CENT, per annum on
all sum* of $3 and upward* not exceeding; $3,000. payable
on and after the third Monday, being the SOth day of
The Interest Is carried at once to the credit cf de
positors as principal on the Ist ln»t.. where it stands ex
actly as a deposit.
It will be entered on the passbooks at any time when
required on and after the 20th lnst.
M ERR ITT TRIMBLE. President.
ROBERT a HOLT. Secretary.
Notice of Dissolution
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
•^-' Notice Is hereby riven that at a treneral meeting of
the stockholders of The Railroad Dumping Car Company.
held at the office of sad Company. In the City and State
of New York, on the eighteenth day of December. 1901.
he following;' resolution was adopted by a majority In
nterest of the entire stock of the eaid company, as follows,
Resolved. That this corporation !«, and It Is hereby, dls
•olred. and the President of thin corporation Is hereby
authorized, empowered and directed to certify this resolu
tion, under his hand and th* common seal of this company,
to the Secretary of State of West Virginia, and to pub
lish this resolution for the period of once a week for six
weeks In some newspaper of general circulation published
In the City of New York. State of New York, said city
being the place of business anl principal office of this
Given under ipy hand this 20th day of December, 1901.
GEORGE W DUNHAM, President.
.financial iU eeunqs
j_ -i^i- -_ i_ _„ -,_ -|_ 1 — CJ-lT^i— 1_ _ - 1-11 ~ ~ ■_ |_-|_i-*i- -- "- y iij ">i lif
New York. Dec. SOth. 1901.
A SPECIAL MEETING of the stockholders of
"^ the Mineral Products Company will bo held at the
Manhattan Howl. 42d St., corner Madison Aye.. New
York? NY., at 4:30 P. M.. Jan. 223 1002. for the pur-
Tv-ise of Voting upon a resolution to increase the capital
stock of the company two hundred thousand dollars,
K. C. BAYLES.
R. H. SMITH,
EDWIN F. WARD.
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Insure in the Oldest, Strongest and Best Company.
146 Broadway, Manhattan. 175 Rernsen St., Brooklyn.
Capital $2,500,000. Surplus $3,500,000.
Examines and Guarantees Titles to Real Estate.
Deals in Mortgages. Receives Deposits.
Does All the Business of a Trust Company.
Statement of Condition December 31, 1901.
|200,000 N. Y. City 3% Bonds $200,000 Capita! Stock $, ,00000
f^'°T ",- T- City y/ 2 % Bonds .... 800,000 Surplus «,'££'££
Other Stock Investments 57,^0 Undivided Profits . . . . . *o q ™
Bonds and Mortgages, first liens 7,4^-10 Moneys received from clients to P ay ta«J,
Mortgage Participation Cert.l.cates .. . . 11,500 to complete contracts, etc. .. ... . . 700,-4
Plant (Copy of Real Estate and Tax Records) 390,000 Amount due depositors - ooo's;7
Premiums, Examination and Search Fees due i26,=;oS Accrued interest on deposits " "•"•••-' Wo-\t
Other outstanding accounts ; ,, 4 8, Accrued expenses, estimated '. '..'.'. \ * »voo2
eXn ST: :;::::::::: 7 *;SJ Dividends ' pavaWe January - l9 °= — %™
Total $9,70;. 4 52 Total $9,702,482
J CHAR L E Tf B s^- MARTTN JOOST. CHARLES A. PEA BODY. JR..
r?*?l™r ?*?l™ * BROAN. AUGUSTUS D. JTILLIARP. FREDERICK POTTER.
S^?*« A y E ' S J ° HN a "■"<■»». CHARLES RICHARDSON.
M ILLIAM J. BASTOir. "VVOODBURY LAXGDON. ELIHU ROOT
CHAWJEI R. HENDERSON. JAMES D. LYNCH. ELLIS D WILUtMS
BENJAMIN D. HICKS, CHAP.UT.S MATLACK. GEORGE G. WILLIAMS.
JOHN D. HICKS. ROBERT OLYPHANT. LOUIS WINDMULLER.
\VILXJAM M INGRAHAM. ALEXANDER E. OOR.
CLARENCE H. KELSEY. President. FRANK BAILEY. Vice-president.
EDWARD 0. STANLEY. Treasurer. CLINTON D. BCRDICK. Secretary.
JOHN W. SHEPARD. Aes't Treasurer. J. WRAY CLEVELAND. As«t Secy.
EDWARD E. SPRAGUE, Solicitor NELSON B. SIMON. Ass't Secy
T7UIENCH. Spanish. German. Itman Prof. PelUrln
JL 1 School Languages. 129 West 23d. New York. Branch
"7 Court Brooklyn.
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN TEACHERS' AGENCY
xl supplies Professors, Teachers. Tutors, Governesses,
etc. to Colleges, Srnoots and Families. Apply to
Mrs. M. J. YOUNG-FULTON. 23 Union Square.
A EVERETT STONE (Yale ana Columbia). 816 West
• COtb St. Tutor for all colleges; long experience.
FAMILY differences, other legal business
transacted w-;ll and cheaply. ADVICE
FKEE. Lawyer GIFFORD. 115 Broadway.
E. WYLER. late, with J. M. Guggenheim.
diamonds. Jewelry, silverware and an
tloues. O!d gold, stiver and Jewelry bought
or exchanged. 4 W. 2ath-st.. near sth-ave.
THB 1-LEUR DE L.VS. 2S West C3d-st.. OB-
P mte Waldorf-Astoria. Unique Designs.
Ir.fxpensive An»iue«. Bargains In Dl*
BOARU AND nOOMS. . -
11 EAST 24TH-ST.. near Madlson-ave.—
Large and small rooms, with board; ret
84TH-BT. SS WEST.— furnished
rooms; excellent board: central location.
between Broadway and 6tb-«iv«.
26TH-ST.. 31 WEST.— Handsomely fur
ninhed sunny front suites, fcquare ara
• lnrle rooms; all conveniences; excellent
31&T-BT., 20 WEST.— large and
small Moms; »v«ry convenience: refined
surroundings; excellent table; parlor diainj
room; referenccn. ,
53 WEST 28TH-ST.— Rooms with hotel
taM«; moderate prices: elevator: three
baths each floor; best location New-York.
ST ALBANS-B W. DE FOREST. PROP.
8. 7. 9 East 81 •«. — Room* •ingle, en
suite; private bath*: parlor dining room:
electric light, table board.
HOARD AMI ROOMS— BROOKLYN.
_ _ -_ _. ,_ -, |,_ -i.. - , i_ru~
PARK SLOPE. 14» PROSPECT FLACK.—
Larc* and small rooms. $4 50 and upward.
Including board: near trolley lines: ne«
min«i>mn\t- l»M» board.
BILLIARD Any POO^TABLE^
BILLIARD and Pool Tables, new. «ecofM
hand. MO us: easiest payments. MARX
BROS.. 24 Union Sauare.
I ft «H. 1. WiILMIMS.
«'»sm Carpet Cleanln«. 3M West 54th-«t
T'lepnvtie 3C4 Columbas. Relaying a
■ t-rl.lty. B«tabll»he<l 1875.
W. WILUAMB & Sn^,
2 W We 77TMST. R.«M.,d..
carpet cleansing. Established lsxa.
CAREFUL CARPET CI^IANINO CO.-
Carpets cleaned by «team. by hand or oa
Use floor IBM Brtalw.jr. 421 K«.t 43th
at COB *■ BRANDT. T«'»- ?»2-S3th.
DESKS ANTt OFFICE FURNITURE.
to great variety
ef style •■■
11l Fulton St.
; — I
DRESSMAKER. large experience, desires
few more customers. Ladles desiring
choice, artistic gowns. Work standard of
merit. Special effort to please. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Home or out. MMEv GILU-
G>N. 406 West 57th-gt.
DRESSMAKER of B. Altman * Os, re
quires a few more customers; $3 a day.
or at home, DRESSMAKER. 253 West
DRBSSCUTT NO. millinery, all branches
thoroughly taught: special holiday offer;
patterns cut. M POWELL'S. 31'>-318 6th
ave.. Night School. Monday. Wednesday.
ITS of roar own material. Sl2 up; skirts
IS up: also repairing, altering, cleaning
end dyeing: skirts rebound So cents: high
est grade work guaranteed. UAKHIS. 9*
ST. [MTOL«f 'S
211 East 42d-st- First class domestics are
FlllMMltll ROOMS TO LET.
LQXING'ION-AVE., 120. — Large, second
floor front and adjoining room, finely fur
nished, as parlor and bedroom; all con
ELEGANTLY furnished rooms; singly or
en suite; reference exchanged; 352 Madl
FOR IALB. _^ _
TWO SEALSKIN SACKS, sties 38 and 44;
new; prices very reasonable. SIAJC
BERNSTEIN. 271 West 158th-«t.
POUJOL. French hair cutter, the best In
the city. i.147 Broadway, between 26th
and 27th sts.
LITERARY WORK PLACED.
AUTHORS' M 33. REVISED CRITICISED.
PLACET" en reasonable terms. Write
PRIZE STORIES under our direction. Book
and Play MSS. wanted. £«nd otaisp for
Booklet to HAWTHOPNE AGENCY. 141
Broadway. Room 615. New- York.
AT REDUCED PRICES.— second-hand
wood and iron working machines: fully
guaranteed, machinery bought and ex*
changed. GBO B. EPDT. S»X M»J'.»on-»t.
ARTISTIC wood burning; Instructions: out
fits, woo<S»ri article* In blank. ROSE
DEGORATIOKS CO.. lt» West 23d St.
Fo»- Both Sexes—
THE BERLITZ SCHOOL OP LANGUAGES.
JL Madison (Square. New- York. 73 Court- Brooklyn.
"THE JSERLITZ METHOD 18 THE SYSTEMATIZED
FORM OF LEARNING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE IN A
FOREIGN COUNTRY BY ITS ACTUAL USE." Trial
lessens free. Free lectures and social talks In different
languages every Saturday. 11 a. m. Four Medals at
Paris Exposition. 1900.
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2d door north of 31st-st., until 6 o'clock p. m.
Advertisements will be received at the following branch
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Stli-nv«?.. s. c. cor. 23d-et. ; ITili Bth-ave., cor. 12th-
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7th and 6th ayes.; 203 Went 125tU-»t.i
BANKBOOK No. 387.552 of the Union Dime
havings Institution is missing. Any per
son having a claim to It Is hereby called
upon to present the same within ten days
or euomit to havine saU passbook cancelled
and a new one issued.
BANKBOOK NO. 371.550 of the Union
Dime Savings Institution Is missing. Any
person having a claim to It is hereby called
upon to present the same within ten days,
or submit to having said passbook cancelled
and a new one Issued.
LOST OR STOLEN.— Bankbock No. 355.729
of the German^avinss Bank in the City
of New- York, corner 4th-ave. and Hth-st..
Issued to Katharina Brady. All persons
are cautioned against negotiating the same.
if not returned to the bank • ■ the a*th
day of January. 1902. a duplicate will be
LOST — Bankbook No. 360.492 on Dry Dock
Savings iiank. Any person having claims
upon said book Is called upon to present
the same to the bank within thirty .lay»
or th« ?ald **.-■:< will be declared cancelled
an: ext:ngulshed and a new one Issued in
LOST. — Pansbook No. «7 244. issued by the
Institution for the Savings of Merchants"
Clerks. The finder will please return It to
the bank. No. 20 Union Square.
LOST OR STOLEN.— Bankbook No. 2DtU«7
of the German Savings Bank In the City
of New-York, com*.- of 4th-ave. and 14th
st.. Issued to Oswald MaW. All persons
are cautioned against negotiating the. same.
If not returned to the bank en the 25th
day of January, 1002. a duplicate will be
LOST.— Bankbooks Nos. 127..TK5 and 127.
8n; on the Harlem Savings Bank. 124th
»t. and 3d-ave. Kindly return to bank.
LOST OR STOLEN.— Passbook No. SS.2M I
of the Excelsior Savings Bank. 70 West
23d-Rt., New-York. AH persons are cau
tioned against purchasing or negotiating the
same: and any person having a claim to
«iM psjmhonk is hereby called upon to pre
sent the same to the. bank on or before the
14t!i ilay of January, I9OS, or submit to
having th« passbook declared cancelled and
extinguished and a n«-w book Issued la lieu
LOST.— Bankbooks Nos. 01.107 and 232.415.
on Dry Dock Savings Bank. Any person
having claims upon said books is called
upon to present the same to the bark with
in thirty days or the saM books n:i be de
clared cancelled and extinguished and a new
on* l>«ued In llan thereof.
A LARGE LOT of second hand saf«s for
sale cheap to make room: all sizes and
makes; must he sold quick KINSEY.
RAIMER A THOMSON. .•;:■:; Broadway.
*"""""— . jjale.
ATTENTION!— Men. IB to 57 takes you to
principal European ports, London. Liver
pool. Glasgow, Hull, Antwerp; also free
transportation procured. Snipping Offices,
5 CUntoo-st., or 73 West-Bt.
EXPERIENCED MEN on special write up;
oldest and strongest paper in city. Ad
dress WRITE L'P, Tribune Office.
MEN. white and colored. IIS, $13. J2O and
board; oyster boat; expenses advanced. US
NEJW-YORK REALTY A TRt'ST CO. ~
WANTS EXPERIENCED LADY CAN
CALL BETWEEN 10 AND 2 ALL THIS
4M> FIrTH --.WE.
I? m WAIT
toe mmr KIM
Liil MiRS ;
1 y 1
i - - - _ _ .. _ i i .. i. .. ....... -i i-«
SPECIAL RATE To I^ENPLOTEO.
»4 nurdi, ii in. ie» ....... I .'» mill
7 lime rate :s>> cents
COMPANION. *c— Refined lady, having
lived In California a number of years, as
companion or attendant, parties going to
California for winter: references exchanged
A ldre»s Miss WILSON. ±>'J W«»t lltit.Vat.
KINDERGARTNER. — Graduate college:
experit-noe teaching kindergarten and pri
mary schools: beat references, p. 8., Trib
NEAT SOWING done by the day; hand and
machine. L. W.. care of Stewart, 'A3
STENOGRAPHER aTI REMINGTON
TYPEWRITER. — Young woman: Rye
years' experience, with lawyer or broker.
Address STENOGRAPHED. Room 42. I^o
STENOGRAPHER.— Three years' experi
ence; neat, rapid, a. -curate; good gram
marian; In broker's office; highest relar
ences. ADVERTISER. £37 West 41s:-»t.
SECRETARY.— Young womaa as ■rotary
for a few hours daily to society or duo
woman: conversant with social usages;
thoroughly competent. SECRETARY. 346
West &*>ih-s T ..
TEACHER. — A young lady, experienced
teacher of DsajkO, to teach beginn«rs in a
school; conscientious method; highest ref
erences. A. V. i. ■ Tribune Office.
J1 " ~ .Male! " ' '
SPECIAL KATE TO CSEJIPLOYRD.
• i nurda, :t times 15 penta
7 lime rate . . . ..til cents
ACCOUNTANT and BOOKKEEPER.—Thor
oughIy competent: expert on trial bal
ance*; twelve years' experience; gilt edge
references large wholesale firms; moderate
salary. BERBER. 012 Home-at.. Bronx.
BOOKKEEPER. — Competent to take entire
charge, five years In present position, de
sires to make a change: references present
and former employers. Address ACCU
RATE. Box 10, Tribune Office.
For Young Ladles— Citr.
I*TNDnr.GARTE?J TRAINING.— CIass** now tbraitni
Vfsr New Term. Jan. 6. <Fre« Scholarships.) Z. A.
CVTTEN. bupt.. 48 Irvln* place. r.ear E. 17th St. (Tor,
merly Metropolitan Temp!*.) EVENING CLASSES.
MISS MCRPHT ""
BOAKDINQ A.YD DAT SCHOOL. Fcr«lra tnT«.
HO and 117 West BSth St.
•\rKS. DORR'S BOARDING AND DAT SCHOOL Toa
I\_ GIRLS AND CHILDREN.— Home Scaool. 303 W. lO*t
St.; Day School. 303 W. 1024 St. Hour* ttcia » to 1:1*
For Boy. and Tonns Lien— City.
EVENING CLASSES IX
STRENGTH OF MATERIAL* CARPENTRY.
sign and rRE3CO PAUOTXG.
Term begins MONDAY. JAN. 6TH.
■Writ* tor particulars.
BROADWAY. COR. WEST lIST SIX.
Strictly a family hotel; choice sni'ea, fnreUSed or s»
fLrmsheJ, to reat by the ■— sna or year. Cuisine a 34
service of the h:ga«« order. Rates reasonable. Looadsas
convenient to ail part* of tiu. city.
"Washington, D. C.
WASHINGTON. D. C.
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN.
LOCATED IN THE MOST FASHIONABLE PART Of
THE CITY AND WITHIN FIVE MINUTES' WALK
OF THE EXECUTIVE MANSION. TREASURY. 6TAT2.
WAR AND NAVY DEPARTMENTS.
JOHN T. DSVINS.
pitOPOSALS FOR SUBSISTENCE SUP
PLIES. — Office Purchastns Comm'srarj U. S. Army.
83 Whitehall Street. New York City, N- Y. Jany. 4. 18031
Sealed proposals for furnishing and delivering anbststeac<»
supplies in this city for the month -if February. 1902. will
be received at this office until 11 o'clock A. M., on Jany.
14. 1002. Information furnished on application. Envelopes
containing bids should be marked "Proposals for Sub-.
sistence Supplies, opened Jany. 14. 1902." addressed to
Major D. L. BRAINAItD. Commissary. V. S. a.
BOOKKEEPER and OFFICE — Ex
perienced: strictly temperate, and reliable;
no: afraid of work. A. O. 11.. Box 45. Trio
CARETAKERS. — By man and wife: no
family; private house to care for while
family Is In Europe, sold or rented; refer
ence. 3. A.. 617 3d-ave.. butcher shop.
CLERK.— An American. ZS. as clerk or
assistant bookkeeper in broker's office;
very accurate and neat at figures: moder
ate. GRADUATE. Box 13. Tribune O-Ilce.
PRIVATE 6ECRETTARY or confidential
clerk; best Wall Street references; ste
nographer and typewriter. J. P.. 200 West
SALESMAN acquainted west of Chicago
ti represent reliable firm or factory In
said territory. MAXWELL, 22 Bast 102-3-«t.
TOUXG MAN. colored, willing to Co any
kind of work, with privilege to attend
night school; good references: city or coun
try. WHITE. 553 South M-«... Brooklyn.
YOUNG MAN 21. am office assistant or con
fidential clerk: five years* experience; Al
references. VMress J. C. KOTHE. lid
YOUNG MAN. useful: can drive; has
knowledge of drawing: (tore or family.
city country; $12 monthly and board. T.
WAY. 140 East 62d-«t.
YOUNG MAX. 20. with chance cf advance
ment: honest and reliable; reference.
GEORGE KRBT. 144 JeSerson-st.. Brook
YOUNG MAN. 23. for afternoons; Is an ex
pert penman and accurate at figures.
LOUI3 HEILBRON. 460 West S7th-st-
YOUNG MAN. 19. in offlco as an assistant.
or In mall department: experienced; ref
erences. JOHN H. JOCKWIG. 1S« East
YOUNG MAN. IS. colored. in office, with
advancement. STEWART, care of Prayer,
207 Wilt COth-st.
TOUXO MAN as wrapper: wholesale house
preferred; experienced: quick and oblig
ing; good references WHITE, *2 West
YOUNG MAN. SO. where there lo chance
for advancement: excellent references;
moderate salary. R. H.. 198 Union-st..
TOUNO MAN. 23. In private family: N>st
of reference. Address MATTHEW
BOONEY. 262 West Ssth-«t.
YOUNG MAN of education and business
ability, with firm operating In warm cli
mate: best of references given aa<J bond fur
nished If required. Address 11., Box 2.
SPECIAL RATE TO IIXEBVLOTED. i
"4 «only :t times ..... IS cents
T lime rate. ... ........ .3(1 cents
BACHELOR'S SERVANT— By Frenchman;
cook; gets up best luncheons, dinners;
most careful, economical housekeeper: long
noblemen millionaires' references; faithful.
BONNARD. -SO West Sl'ii-at., landlord's
BCTTJSR or SECOND MAN —By young
Swede: capable, polite; willing to work;
boat references; city or country. ADOSOX.
£42 East KM it
CHEF. VALET.— By refined Japanese, with
excellent references as to his capacity and
management In all departments of the
culinary art. Box 23. 4«MJ East 74th-st.
CARETAKER for private houses: city; so
ber honest: best references. FURNACE
MAN. Box 36. Tribune Office.
COACHMAN.— Good rider and driver; best
reference; city or country. Address 1.497
COACHMAN. — Single, neat, competent, re
liable, willing, careful driver; city or
country: Al personal reference. 812 East
12th-st.. care Mrs. Walch.
COACHMAN. — By colored man: good city
reference, FARRELL. 326 West si*th-su
COACHMAN. — Thoroughly understands his
business; first class references. Call or
address 317 Bast Snh-st.
COACHMAN or SECOND MAN.— First
class groom; uncU: stands care carriages
and harness; wlUir_- and obliging; under
stands furnace; lyst reference. O'ROURKE.
244 East 26ch-»t.
COACHMAN. — In consequence of death of
employer, first class man wants situation;
fictst of city references. JOHN. 263 Ma:.
COOK Ac — Japanese chef finttn entire
"charge bachelor apartments or cook anil
steward in private family, club, hotel, hos
pital: excellent hl«.i references. ECONOMY
34S East 6O'.h-st.
FARMER.— Experienced couple on farm.
Address FARMER. 89 East 3U-=t.. cor
G NOR. —By ftrst class vegetable rar
dener. en large private place: also violets.
bedding plants and grcenh use, has had en
tire charge large place. 80 acres; married;
family; thoroughly un.Jerstar.is business;
references. F.. care of C Koch. 200 Maln
«.. New-Roeh*ll«. '
GARDENER.— 3y German: married : no
family: full charge of gentleman's place:
greenhouses, etc.; seven years' highest ref
erence from last employer. Address GAR
DENER. IS Cot- age Place. Yookera. Poai
tively no agents. t
GARDENER. — Married; one child; on gen
tleman's place; best references. J. M..
225 Barrow-»t., Jersey City. i
ADVERTISEMENTS anJ subscrlpticna for
The Tribune received at their Uptown Of
fice. No. 1.242 Broadway. 3d door north of
Sist-st.. until y o'clock Bh m. . advertlse
rr.tnta received at the following branch cf
f.ces at regular office rates until 9 o'clock
p. m., •!».: »4 Sth-ive. a.* a. cor. 2Sd-«t .
153 6th-ave^ cor. 12th-«t.: 142 Colnmbus
strs.. mar West 63:ti-*t.: IC'S West 4jd-st..
naar 6th-ave. ; 98 East lith-st. . 25T West
42d-*t.. betwtea 7th and Sth avea 2H3
Wast 123th-st.. 153 East 47tb-st.; I.S3S 3d
a*e.. between 76th and 77th ata.; 1.026 3d
ave.. near 6lat-st.; 1.70* lst-ave.. near
TOth-at.; IS7 East 125th-«t.: 756 Tremont
ava.: 680 3d-ave.. near 41st-**-; 534 3d-ave.;
?10 Bleecker-st. . 32& Bleecker-su Brooklyn.
.N. V. — 210 Court-st. : 215 Stnlth-st. N*wark.
N. J— Broad-at And at ail a. D. T.
DOMviSTic _srry_A no.\s wasted.
j jrECIAJU RATE TO CWJIfIOTFD.
84 words. S times 15 cent*
. time rate.... .30 cents
CARPENTER, BCTLDER and CABCCET*.
MAKER. -Yang man; low wages; steads
work; good mechanic. JOHN. 2 RicJg*-«t_
Astoria, Long Island.
GARDHNER. — Single; thoroughly under*
stands <mwi 5 ; all kinds of veritable*
fn:tt». flower-": car» of lawns and shrub.
eery: wages moderate; reference. C.. Be*
33. Trtbnne Upton Office. 1,242 Broadway,
MANAGER. &c. Young man. first class)
bookkeeper. steno«xapher. wide expert-.
ence, as offlcs manager or private secretarrt
Or»ce refeTeOCeS ' X * a. Box 10. Trtba =*
MALE NURSE for private case or Invalid.:
references from hospitals, sanitorium an<J
ratients; languages; travels. SCHMIDT.
"L' 4 East 13th-st
POL-LTRYMAN— Youns single man ea
genueniiin's olace: experienced: graduata
of special poultry course. Kingston. E. 1.1
references. <4n^ MAOEBL 91 Arlln»toi».
aye . East Prang*. N j. *
*— ■ 1
STABLEMAN.— By German- American, ha*
served three years In the German army
as cavalryman, and also has been coachman
for th« best of families; baa the best 0/ re:«
MoS, E R^| 33 7E7 EE a 3 a f^nt. CLSTAV NIS
MOLiETI 337 East S3d st.
USEFUL MAN— Bt yorni 5 rrenchroant
references. LEANDRR, 143 West 56th-st.
USEFUL MAN.— By German. 44: singles
sober honest: care horses, cows, garden;
housework; steady posirion on small place x
references. A. R.. Box 44. Trtbuaa Offlca,
USEFUL MAX. HOUSEMAN.—
understands s:eam boilers. furnaces,
pumps, machinery, elevator; polish floor*.
brasses, windows; first class city family
prefurre.l: superior recommendations). 240
VALET or TRAVELLING VALET. Ex-»
perienced; si>eaks English. French and
German; has travelled with many Nsw-
York families; has first cla?s references.
at, M. A Box 72. Tribune Uptown Office*
OOMKSTIC SITI3ATIO?tS WAJTED,
SPECIAL RATE lo CXEMPLOTED,
- » words. 3 times. ..... .15 cents
7 time rate 30 cents
COOK. «c. — By rood, plain cook: wflßaa*
to do plain washing: Protestant i ksal
best city references. U. 216 ive.
COOK. — By a> good woman. In smaU fanv*
lly: cm do good plain ookir& 4 Ins*
wersen Place. Jersey City. N. J.
COOK In a small family: excellent rslwaw
ences; no laundry. ALICE HAFMANI
SCC East 6»Oi «t.
COOK — WAITRESS.- Respectable colored
man and wife in first class private fam
ily; ma is practical meat and pastry cook;
woman waitress and chambermaid: can fur-«
r.ish best referenca. Call M. E.. 712 at.
CARETAKER.— By reliable young colored
woman: gentlemen's apartments; home oe
office. 119 East *»th-st.. car* of Mrs. U.
CHAMBERMAID— COOK.— A lady leartnat
town desires to plac« her chambermaid
and seamstress and her cook, both c!
whom she can highly recommend. To hs
seen Friday between 10 and 12. 143 W«st
CHAMBERMAIDS— Two young irlrls as
chambermaids. Call or address 127 East
125tn-at.. I'd floor. ' ""
DAY'S WORK. — Good cook: washing Iron
ing, e!?anln*: wouM an out by the waaav
Mrs. GORMAN. 337 West 41st-»t.
GENERAL HOUSEWORK. —By eolorM
girl- willing to learn. MANNING. 23*
HOUSEWORK.— By colored woman: "mook
cook, or do general housework; good re'*
erence; sleeo home: cards answered. 449
West 54th-st.. care of T->wnsend.
HOUSEWORK.— By Protestant woman to
do housework: willing to work for S3*
N-»t city reference. Mrs. Wright —^
West 3Cth-st.. 2 flight upt * *
KITCHENMAID. day's work or wuhin*
at home or out by ynun? colored wonsan
clty referer.ee. RUFFIN. -_2) East 7Sth-stT
LAUNDRESS.— Take work horn« or ss on*
by the .'ay. Address HAIWOOD SMim.
43 West 66th-«t. -**•*«,
L.XDT-S MAID. -By r?3.-.«d North Gerssaa
:a America i family only; S ood ~amTar
ana packer: would travel or count-*- rJvil
MAID.— By respectable young colored week.
an. to atte-d Rentlemen's apartmeatst
can furnish first class city reference a*
Uress M. F.. care ot win-nan. SOo" VCa^t
MOTHEP.'S ASSISTANT. Invalid"* atr M (t*
ant or useful companion, by refined, rsjia
ble woman transle:i; or .nenc' Tuthi
ences. Address ATTENDANT. TrJbuaa *OJ
■ei " ***
NL'RSE .— c.->icr»d Berm-adan. — Iltssts
care of as lr»al!<S tladr. gr-n:!etn«n "or
child) who la eo'.r.r to Eer.-iu.ia; first , la iT
references. NURSE. 216 Washington-are!;
Newark. Jf. J. ..
NURSD to Invalid gentleman few hoars
<iiily; expert r:oas*-UT-. gives massage!
facia! and aoalp 'real- patients" Tsii
genres. H. MINKUS. 3«>5 K-i^t Mth-«^
SCRUBBING. &c— A young woman to in
scrubb'rg and cleaning, lira. EROOirV
S3O West 43d-flt. rl1 *-
I jj -
'" ran ■■'-:-
Til nrar KM