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in!v 1 to June 30 —
rross earnings $7,207.2*7 *7-BK<M74 $T\flO«.3*»
Operating expenses .. . 5.173.(Kw 4.032,892 8.871.338
Net earnings 12 mos. $2.094.1<K- J2.7:.4.282 $2,037,013
l/>riSVIL.I.K. HENDERSON AND ST. LOUIS.
Month ot May—
vnrober of miles.. ]..■. 106 106
rr~* earnings $»>.527 $57.578 $53,819
Operating expenses 43,247 41.170 4<».08S
P-JCet earnings *17.C«> $16,808 $13.fi21
July 1 M May "', —
GrC M earnings $037,865 $014.»r.7 v SSSO.CSS
pSI ll:« expenses 472.605 423. 3H7.73G
»t earnings 11 mos. $105,330 $131,900 ?152,952
CANE BELT. ."
Month of June — «*>2. 19H. Changes.
C, o<» earnings $15,207 $7,5(C Inc. $7,702
Expenses and taxe- .. 17.805 3,457 Inc. 14.25S
r>rficit 52.58S '$3,958 Inc. $0,550
July 1 to June »0 —
Crow earnings $178,791 $05,631 Inc.SII2.JMX)
Erpence* and taxes... 130.051 37.819 Inc. 92.132
Net earnings 12 rnos *45.740 427,012 Inc. $20.523
Month of Jon* —
Gr( * pfimlr.gri' $10.4*5 $o.«t>9 Inc. f 1.580
j^pfiuff and taxes... 5,507 s.4S<t Inc. 27
v.- earnings $4.»78 $3,419 Inc. $1,559
jaly 1 to June 30 —
GrOM earnings $112,003 $104,790 Inc. f7.3>7
£xp* nf es and taxc--. .. C5.G45 59.11S Inc. 6,527
yet earnings 12 mos $4C.3nS $45.C7S Inc. $<"<-<*>
O&a Income 2.SM 1.0 M) Inc. 570
TSUI Income *45,578 $47,328 Inc. $1,250
CSVEVA. WATERLOO. SENECA FALLS AND
CATUGA LAKE TRACTION COMPANY.
June .'<>«. quarter —
Gross earning* $l.\. r .i*l $14,2r.G In. $1,334
Expenses and taxes.. 10,47« $,C>~< Inc. 788
y-, parnin^t* (3.114 $4.r.7S Inc. $536
Otbr Inc >me . 121 92 Inc. 29
T " Cotm ...... $5,235 $4,070 Inc. $50.5
Charges 5.207 7,4^ l>ec. 2.250
- rpl'» $3S «f2.7i»3 Inc. $2.521
<~a*>i r. h:in-l 23 IX
>>rt>nt anJ U>s« surplus 4". 121 ■
- ... .i.
Tear eniied June 30 —
<>•>« earnlnas $2n,779 $4.f.72 Int. 53,107
■s^cases and taxes... 27.H2 a,«K Inc. 21.0*7
th* eaminps $2,037 •.ts-.'r! Inc. $3 IC.I
Chargee 1.2".9 . .77 In,-. 3 2
•Btp*** $1.3.->S tJl.M»i'> Inc. $3.i:i«
Ca*h on n.-.nJ R.IMS7 US In- K.h2!»
Determents 231. 2 181.»'2-> Inc. :<• - -;
Tear «slat June 30 —
Gross earnings $2..".43.3.V» 52.2J> < 5.252 1nc.524.*».«» ( »
Exrenses I.MX.MI IjSM^m Inc. 270.077
Net earnings $437,549
Other Income SS.OSS — —
Total net earnings.. $4115.574 $460, 42y Inc. $20,145
WOLVERINE COPPER MINING COMPANY.
The annual report of the Wolverine Copper Min
ln? Company for the year ended June 30, IMS,
190* 1!X11. Change*.
rrcvjuotlon $005,332 $52>.7i«7 Dec-sl<3.4<>s
Working expenses 424.323 4 ."..:>:. 4 Inc. 15.775
Mining profit $241,003 $423,243 Decslß2.2Jo
Connructlon 2C4.C77 27.70? Inc. 2,-.e..!tTC>
D=ficlt je3.("4 •J35.Y534 I>ec.s4l9.H b
Previous surplus 540.141 354.C17 Inc. ISS^SM
Total surplus $?i'.r,.4<r: J7^.".41 Dec.s2f3,C74 j
Dividends 240.000 £10.000
Surplus $27G.4fi7 141 Dec.s2C3.C74
TRADE IX C I7 C AGO.
Chicago. A-ir. " i Wheat advanced Me
to He to-r'r-i-. ,« r-emfne the leader acniin after
tbe stormy »•- ■■: ■< nee in the coarse prams through
July. Tint ■' r* were quirt experiences in all ihe
T!v> '•.».-. Bomoaivei with th*- excitement of July.
!*•: t«-r":j»r wheat opened at C3*»c. sold between
C*> and ~\fi4o. and closed at 70c bl<3; December
C^agfJ at C9c bid. and May at 71 V bid; -September
premium Increase to Ic. The market was helped
some by the Fieri? of decreasing movement from
the "West. Kansas City and St. Louis had 251.000
bushels, aeninpT r.oi/»vi bushels last week and 454.
bUPhMs last year. At primary points there were
1.(575.000 busheis. ajralnst STt'.Crt) bushels. Clearances
trpre KM barbels, and chnaen for the week
4.t!5?.<XX) bushels, apalnst C.I6MM boafaelß a year afro.
Toledo said the only response to three thousand
Mis for wheat at Be was four oars. The >.'<>. 1
Xorthern here broucht 2%c over September. "The
*ifo,:ern BZQI«r^ fald acceptances were decreasing
MM the qi:.iliry was rot improving. There was fa
vorable weather: cables were weak. "TCTieat had
the help of the strong coarse grains!' Of 290 cars
of r.< w red here only seven were Xo. 2 red. The
N*r>. 1 Northern wr-»at stock Is L.'NMM bushels, but
It is commanding ,-lmost 3c premium. The No. 2
red wheat Mack is 300.0l«} bushels, and it Is being
d to only slowly.
(ember corn advanced 11,4 c; the December was
up 'm'; the May lost lie. The September strength
was on email receipts and strong cash prices. The
Hay weakness was on the exceptional crop prom
■> September opened at SUe, sold between mMc
and iv« s e aril closed at 36% c; December closed at
45c bid; M.-.v. 4C t rC. Th*-re were only 54 cars here,
and only m estimated for Saturday. The commer
cial grades were strong, at big premiums over Sep
tember, the No. I yellow M •■•••"■-_.<• and No. I corn at
39c. primary receipts, only 217,400 bushels, against
3a».«X>e bushels last year. The Patten-Bartlett-
Frazkr party have been buying- September corn
for a week.
Oats futures were 14c to lie higher: some of the
cash oats were Be higher than yesterday. August
closed at "."ic; new September. :._'■.,■ ■: old September,
2S4c. There were M cars, with 110 for to-morrow.
Old No. 3 white sold as high as 52^c; new No. 3
white as high as *>c. The July bull party is very
dcJllsh on th* l>ept«-m't>er.^rid Patten predicts #>c.
or %c advance.
Flax prices were dull; prices nominally the same.
India shipments. 17G.00d bushels; receipts at the.
three points. 12 cars, against 13 last year. Septem
ber closed at t\ 33; October. 51 29.
Pnjvl^lonp were weak <nrly; the near futures off
decish'ely. On the break there was support for the
January and May and som* demand for October
lard from i?:e old bull crowd. January prices
about rr.ainta.lne<l themselves; everything else was
lower. Packers are disposed to buy the July and
May and sell tbe September and October product.
Hogs here during July. 431.0"). against 680.000 last
year; average weight. 230 pounds, against 22S pounds
a year ago. Hogs West to-day. «f.<«JO, against 61.000
last j^ar. Stock shows 42,401 barrels barrels pork,
45.229 tierces lard. 21.MT.««>< pounds lard. The pork
decreased 5.000 barrels; lard not changed; ribs de
creased 1,000.000 pounds.
The Toledo Railways & Light Company.
Toledo. (".. . July 30. 1902.
On ana cfter August Cth. ll»02. the Interim certificates
far the capital stock of tn* above Company may be pre
sented at th* ofßce of th» Western Reserve Trust Com
pany 1 Euclid Avenue. Cleveland. 0.. who will Issue in
exchange an order on the New Tori Transfer Agenls.
Kean, Van Cortlandt * Co.. 2C Nassau Street, for definitive
«nirrav«3 certificate, representing an equal number of
EDWIN O. REED. Secretary.
TVERTISEMENTS ano «ut3rr!Dtlons for The Tribune
A r^n-ed at if^^&^ofrSvAY.
llM _^, , r ,, h * S7th «ts.. until » o'clock p. m.
aSSESoSE wTI? be Reived »t the fonowln^tranc,
Sd-iive.. between 7-.-V and 77th ** i.«-« -.«i -"**•••
111-ecker-st. Brooklrn. *„ ,V~ \evr-trfc rl »t.,
21- Smttb-st.t i.(km « nt '»: a V 5 -^. a ' o e mTe» >J -
~T!.4 liroi««t-at. Also at all A. D- 1. omcea.
The Metropolitan West S«oe Elevated Kail-
THE COUPONS FOH INTfcKEST DLL O.N
•mt in New Tor* at the office of thr ( +PV*- 1 lrxiel l - UOI
NOKTHKHA M^.H.MK^ COMPASY^
A DIVIDEND (^ONE'rER C&T. HAS
iV T t**n on tbe eapiul rtc«lc of
UW2. Cbeck. for tbi. dividend * ll «jjs,Jg^r«MHr«,
THE PETER COOPBK rntE INS CO..
Third Avenue corn^^ Street
D IVIDEND.-A «,1^K T Nl>' OK FIVE &
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND AND PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY.
NEW YORK. July 81. 1002.
To the Ilolders/of Stock of
The Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway Company s '
Chlrn«?o. Rook Inland and Pacific Railroad Compopy (of Iowa) hereby offers to purchase all out
standing stock ot The Chicago. Rock Island and Pacific Railway Company, certificates for which shall, on or before
the first day of September, IJM)2, be deposited under the terms of this offer with Central Trust Company of
Kfw York. No. 54 Wall Street., in the City of New York; and for each share of stock of eald Railway Company,
of the par value of $100, so deposited, to deliver
$100 in Its Four Per Cent. Gold Bonds of 2002,
$70 ii the Preferred Stock of The Rock Island Company (of New Jersey), and
SIOO in the Common Stock of The Rock island Company (of New Jersey).
Chicago, Rook Island and Pacific Railroad Company Is a railroad corporation organized under
the laws of the State of lowa, with power to acquire the lineß of railroad nn.l the capital stock of the present Chi
cago. Rock Island and Pacific Railway Company. Its authorized securities are
$75,000,000 Four Per Cent Gold Bonds, known ai Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Rail
road Company Four Per Cent. Gold Bonds of 2002.
The Four Per Cent. Gold Bonds of 2U02 are limited to the aggregate face amount of 175.000,000. are to be se
cured under a trust agreement with Central Trust Company of New York by the deposit and pledge of all shares
of the capital stock of the present Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway Company which may be acquired under
this offer of purchase or otherwise, and can l»e l»»u«-d only to a face amount eciual to tbe par value
of the stock pledged nnder the trust nifrei'ment.
The bonds are to mature November 1. 2002. to bear interest at the rate of four per cent, per annum from No
vember l. 1902. payable semi-snnually on the first days of May and November, both principal and interest to be
payable in the City of New York, free of tax. The bonds are coupon bonds for $1,000 each, with the privilege of
registration as v. principal, and registered bonds in the denomination of fa.ooo, or multiples thereof. The coupon
bonds and registered bonds are interchangeable.
The Rook l-Imi-i Company is a corporation organized under the laws of the State of New Jersey. It has
no mortgage indebtedness. Itf authorized capital stock Is $150,000,000 In two classes:
$54,000,000 Non-Cumulative Preferred Stock.
596.000.0C0 Common Stock.
The preferred stock is entitled to non-cumulative yearly dividends at the. rate of four per cc.it. per annum for
the rear 1903 and for each and every year thereafter until and Includes tho year 1900; at the rate of five per cent
per annum for the year MO end for each Ad every year thereafter until and Including the year 1010; and at the
rate of ex per cent per annum thereafter. The preferred stock Is also preferred a* to capital. The holders of the
preferred stock are entitled to elect a majority of the directors, but men privilege may bo surrendered with the
consent of the holders of two-thirds in amount of the preferred stock. The amount of the preferred stock cannot
be increased save with the, consent of two-thirds of each class of stock.
The Kock Island Company hap entered Into agreements with Chicago. nock Island ar.a Pacific Railroad Com
pany (of Iowa), under which in consideration of deliveries of Its preferred and common stock for the purposes of
the forgoing offer. The Rock Island Company will become the owner. as Issued, of the capital stock of the lowa
Company. firnrntlagi] upon the acceptance of such offer by ell stockholders of the present Company, the lowa
Company will have acquired the entire capital etock of the present Company, while the entire capital stock of tho
lowa Company will it. turn be held by The Rock Island Company. bo that, through the stocks of The Rock Isl
and Company to be delivered in pursuance of this offer of purchase, the proportionate interest of stockholders of
the present Chicago. Bock Islrnl and Pacific Railway Company In the railroad properties an.i in their future earn
lr.gs la preserved. The ccrl'i<l «,>ck of The Rock island Company aot required for the r»urpoaea of this offer is re
served for futUT«- '.-■;.• for the acquisition of additional properties and other corpora* purposes.
* Any holder de*!nnx to sel r.is stork mittt deposit his stock cerUflcatea with proper Instruments of transfer In blank
on or before the close of business on September 1. IMS, with (KMHAI, Till ST COMPANY OP SEW
VOHK. >.». ."4 \\ Al.l. STREET, in tho City of New York, for which a proper deposit receipt, transfer
able by ■•::■.!> will be issued, entitling the holder on. or at' any time after the first day of November, 1002, on
the Mm i-r of his deposit receipt. to the delivery of the new securities at the rates stated and to the payment
in nah of an amount equal to any dividend which may be paid on or prior to November 1, l!>02. on shares
repr- .-. r.trd by the deposit receipt.
The Four Per Cent. Gold Bonds of 2002 will be it-«ued only In the denomination of $1,000 each, and the stock
of The Bock Island Company only in shares of $100 each. For fractional amounts of bonds or stock, to which hold
ers of dep u sit r-ejts may become entitled. warrants will be delivered specifying, respectively, the fractional
amounts rf bond* and of stock to which the holders thereof are entitled. and such warrants, when cumulated with
other like warrants so as to BCBTecate *I.<«>O (or any multiple thereof) face amount, of such bonds, or $100 (or any
multiple thereof) par amo-jnt. of stock of the same claps, shall be exchangeable for a like amount of such bonds or
of stock of such class. Such warrants will not carry Interest of dividends.
l'endir.K the preparation of engraved bonds and stock certificates, deliveries may be made of Interim receipts
The holders of a majority of the stock of The Chicago, Rock Island and
Pacific Railway Company have signified their intention to accept the foregoing offer.
The mv- stock of The Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway Company when Issued under out»tan<slne aub-
Eoripticn oartnVatea, wiil also be Dorcnased. but only at the time of Its issue, on similar terms, of which notice will
be given to holders o* subscription certificates.
Uy order ot the Board of Directors.
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAMD AND PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY,
by WIIXIAM T. RANKIN.
THE GHICSGQ, ROCK ISLAND AND PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
To the Holders of the Stork of this Company :
The Board of Directors of The CUeai •• Bock Island • nd Pacific Railway Company, at a mc.-tin,r of sai.j Board,
held tins daj. adopted the tottowinc resolntl v:
«CN<»lved. TJiat the proposition «»f the Cliicam». Bock Island and
Pacific Naiiroatl Company, dated July 31. l»O2. for tlic purchase of tlic
shares of the capital stock of this Company, having »ccn approved l>y
the holders ofa majority of this Company's capital stock. Including the
members off the Hoard of Directors, is hereby rccoiiuni -mlcd to the
stockholders as one which. In the jtidjrmcnt ot the members of the
lioard. it is to the iiiter,j--t if stocbbnlder» to accept.
R. R PABU,
Cftairman of the Boajd
ATLANTIC BUILDING. NEW YORK.
L .V.K.KA>;»O V PH J OH.\L.KIK E H ient ™™&
»-•-« o^£L£rr. CHARLESB^^ K
DEPOSITORY; TRUSTEE; EXECUTOR; GUARDIAN; REGISTRAR; AGENT.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS.
Capital, $1,500,000. csTEEs Surp!us, $1,000,000.
France. B.C. gSiVlffi """"• i £'"rfcb lJard - * fcS'l'S',..
V.'m. Carpender. liter Robert nScCurdy. Jobn W. Slinpioa.
fiii:- Sit- f^^- tsA
John F. nalstea, " "• ' ■ -«- *.^ HAS ITS VAULTS
Atlantic Safe Deposit Company } O floor below.
Atlantic Safe Deposit lompany/oN floor below.
REAL ESDOETHUSr OL
OF NEW YORK,
NO. 30 NASSAU STREET.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS.
DESIGNATED LEGAL DErOSITOUT.
Allows liiterei.; 011 deposits. .
Act. a- Execn^^r-st^Be^rtr^^
H. H. Cammann. V-Prea. H. W. Relghley. Beo.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.- IS
"V hereby givwi that the partnership lately existing be
tween Peter McCormlck. Benjamin W. McCormlck and
Edward V. McCormlck. as Painters. Decorators and Con
tractors, ail of the City of New York, and doing buatneM
under the firm name and style of mm .-,> McOORMICh. &
under the firm name and style eg J'FTI ER Mc< "ORMH X *
SONS and whose plac- of buslnew, has been located at
Mofsß East 62nd Street and 3!. Duane .Street in the
Boro^h of Manhattan. City of .New York, was dissolve
on the Ist day of July 1902. so far as relates to the said
Peter MrCoVlnlck. who retires from Mid firm; all debts
due to the said partnership and those due by them will
be settled with and by the remaining partners, Benjamin
W Mel™'* and f Edward U UcCormJck. »>M>wUlen>
llnV the buMne-s .mder tt-.- linn name or feyle Of VIA ell
Mc.OHMICK ft SONK.
w M( -o T.M.CK. -
EI»'.VARI> U- McCJURMICK.
PETER McCORMICK & SONS,
CFRTIFICATE OF CONTINUED USE OF THE FIRM
NAME OF PETER McCORMICK & t^SS
\\7UEKEAS, THE COPARTXEKSHIP IU*UI
* tefore carrying on business as Painters, Decorators
and oSSeSSPln'the Borough of Manhattan City and
County of New York, under the firm name of rETER
MpOORMICK & BOfXS. composed of Fetor McOormick,
KVnJar.Vn \V McCor,- ■. and Edward U McCormlck ha
S Solved by mutual consent and by the retirement
Froia the firm of the said Peter McCormlck: ami
Wherees The paid firm was located in the City of N»w
Tork. and had business relations with Other States and
ha. transacted business in the State of New York tor more
than three, years past, and the undersigned are continuing,
and <Jes^ [o wntinue. the business of "^SS^?^ [ P
under the raid copartnership name of PEitll McCOR-
M Now therefore, we. the undersigned. Benjamin W. Mc-
Cormlck. residing at No. 39 i'ark Place in the City of
New- York. H.>r.ju h of Brooklyn, and Edward I* Me
CJrmlck. residing at No. 173 East 00th Street, In the
City of New York Borough of Manhattan, do hereby
certify and declare, pursuant to the partnership law of the
State of New York, that Tie are the persons dealing and
who will hereafter deal under the copartnership name of
PETER McCORMICK & SONS, and that the principal
place of business to be conducted by said firm is In the
City of New-York. BorouKh of Manhattan.
Dated New York City. July^Ut, HK* McCORMICK
EDWARD U McCORMICK.
State of New York. County of New York. es. :
On this 3l«t day of July. 1!«»2. before me personally
appeared BENJAMIN W. McCORMICK and EDWARD L.
McCORMICK. to me known and known to me to be the
individuals described In and who executed the foregoing
certificate, and they duly severally acknowledge to me
that they executed the same.
W W. EDWARD TAYIJOR,
Notary Public, 52 ti New York County.
ADVERTISEMENTS and eubecrlpHons for Th« TriDun*
received "I their Uptown OlEce.
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Between 3Cth and 37th *:».. until 0 o'clock p. m.
Advertisements will be received at tbe following branch
offices at regular ofl!c« rate, until 8 o'clock p. m.. vix =
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NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. AUGUST 2. 1902.
GEOROE 11. CROSBY.
Bankers anb Drokfr3.
London & Paris Exchange, Ltd.
GENERAL MINING AND STOCK.
Bankers & Brokers.
BASU.DON HOUSE, MOORGATE STREET,
(Opposite Bank of England).
Business transacted in all the International Stocks mad
Milling Shares quoted or not quoted on the
London Stock K*change.
Advances made on Stocks and Shares.
Exclusive daily Cables from New York, South Africa,
American & Canndinn Branches.
Cablegrams : ' ' PLENA RIL V, LONDON.
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Coda: ■} uncord McNeill, and Moreiug & Neat
R. L DAY & CO.
3 NASSAU ST., NEW YORK
40 WATER ST.. BOSTON.
Memfccrs N. Y. and ffoiton Stock Bx:kii£:«.
Frnl J. I'ierton, Jr . H'i>i. A. Campbell, De Huyt'r Ilollin*
Mem. of N. T. Stock Exchange. , Special.
J. F. Pierson, Jr., & Co.,
stocks, Bonds & Investment Securities,
11 WALL. STREET.
American Writing Paper Co. Securities
1101 GOT AM) SOI. I).
PACIFIC PACKING AND NAVIGATION GO.
WM. E. NICHOLS & CO.
Tel. 3353 Cortlandt. IB WALL STREET.
N. Y. Realty Corp.,
Central Realty Bd. & Tr. Co.,
Lawyers' Title Ins. Co.,
• DEALT IN
2 WALL ST.
SALE OF FIFTH-AYE. BUILDING FOR
- $220.000-TO BE IMPROVED.
Henry D. "Wlnans & May report the sale pf .No.
308 Flfth-ave., between Thirty-first and Thirty-sec
ond sts., a four story dwelling house, for the Ster
ling: Realty Company. The price Is in the neigh
borhood of $220,000. Jacques Krakouer will make
extensive improvements to the property and oc
cupy it for his business, the "Grande Malsbn de
Blnnc." the French linen house.
Lowenfeld & Pragcr have honpht from the estate
of L. J. Schilt No. 117 Clinton-st.. a five story
tenement house, !on a lot 25x100 feet, and from
Henry 11. Ward No. 332 feast Thirteenth-st., a
dwelling house, on a plot 12.6x103.3 feet.
Philip Jeselson has sold for T. F. Schumann to
M. Avon No. 403 West One-hundred-and-forty
ninth-st.. a three 1 story and basement high stoop
front dwelling house. 19xl0o feet.
George C. De Witt he 8 sold No. 70 East Fifty
fifth-st., a four story and basement brownstone
dwelling house, on a lot 16.8x100.5 fe,-t.
H. Irwin has sold to David Klauber No. 42 West
Eißhty-righth-st.. a four story dwelling house, on
a lot 20x102.2 feet. The McVirkar Realty Trust
Company was the broker.
Barnett & Co. have sold Nos. 6b and 67 East
Ono-hundred-nnd-t a one story brick
business building, on a lot 23x100 feet, for Elizabeth
F. Washburn. at $40,000.
Hiram Rinaldo & Brother and A. H. Baker & Co.
have Fold for the estate of Michael Fay No. 307
Rivlngton-st.. southeast corner of Lewis-st., a six
story tenement house, on a lot 25x80 feet.
liowenfeltl & Prager have sold to Max Kessler
Nos. 127 and 129 East Forty-six th-st.. northeast
corner of Lexfngtort-ave., two four Story dwelling
houses, on a plot 40x100.5 feet.
Stephen Webster has sold to A. Kohne No. 418
West Forty-ninth-st., a five story flathouse, with
stores, on a lot 25x100.5 feet.
J. N. Tonnele Is reported to have sold to Myer
L. Sire No. GtJ East Fifty-flfth-st.. a four story
dwelling house, on a lot 19x100.5 feet.
Sliiwson & llobbs have sold for Mary E. Vail No.
134 West One-hundred-and-twflfth-st.. a five story
double flathouse. on a lot 25x100.11 feet.
Guiding & Hillman have sold to Simon Brothers
No. 154 Monroe-st., a seven story tenement house,
on a lot 25.4x39.4 feet
James J. l^oonle has sold two lots on the south
side of Seventy-fifth-st.. 100 feet east of Second
ave., for improvement, to I^ambert Suydam.
TUB BRONX BUILDING PLANS.
One-hunrtred-and-eightleth-st. northwest corner
of Prospect-aye., one story frame stable and wagon
shed. 2Hx3fi feet; Edward Steinbeck, of One-hun
drcd-and-elghtleth-st. and Thlrd-ave., owner; Chris
topher F. Lohse, of No. 627 Eagle-aye.. architect;
IUIL-DING IyOAX OF $625,000.
Rubt-rt H. Spaldinx has obtained a building loan
of $025,000 from the Metropolitan I.tfe Insurance
Company on the property on the north side, of
Forty-third-**., 320.10 feet west of Sixth-aye.. 103.8 x
106.8 feet, where Mr. Spaldlne U erecting a twelve
Btory and bn^ement brick, iron and stone fireproof
TO IMPROVE MAUDB ADAMS'S HOX'SE.
The house owned and occupied by Miss Maude
Adams, No. 22 East Forty-fiist-st.. is to be altered
from plans drawn by Caxrerfl & Hastings. The
estimated cost of the alterations 18 $3,000.
STABLE SOJ,D TO JAMES GATL.ET.
S. Osgood Pell & Co. have sold to James Gayley,
Of the United Stat.-s Step! Corporation, No. 137
East S!xty-nlnth-3t., a new stable, on a lot 25x100
SEVERAL BIG WEST SIDE DEALS.
Max Marx hns sold to Ferdinand Kunman a plot
86x100 feet, at the southwest corner of Amsterdam
avr and One-hundred-nnd-seventy-second-st. He
hU bought from Mrs. TtMTtfm Goldsmith No. 343
AVest Or.e-hunrlred-and-stxtennth-st., a six story.
. July 31. 1902.
KII.MAKn ASD POOL TABLES.
MANUFACTURKPS cf MUlafd and pool
nOAItO AID m«»om«.
«T. 9 A V ! n i \» BA*T 13!8T:1 3!8T :f r ;-_-.
private bathn; dlnlnit r«>m parlor no.jr.
electric ltrht: tab)*> U>»rd. _^__— —
48 JIIVINO PLACE.
Uinre «nd iimall furnished -oiria : tanie
beard If <ie,,ir»-i; by day ot week, durlmi
• ummer months; terms -derate.
2*) rutttni imOOKI.TN hbohw.
cool houie: me olnlnf rootn: ♦*"' r ' (>
cool hou^: hamlsom* dtninir room ■ **>■ trie
lUrhtt and tana: good table: * m " '"'LT,'"
rice; thru now baths; awnings and winaow
W. 11. LEKOS,
«D BT SM and 210 WEST.-Beautiful
'- room-: superior table; references u.-n
M TO on HAST ™™'ST- Full hotel ac
«.mmo.latloTi»: l!*tht rooms, with "r<>"*
fa»t and table d'hote dinner. Including
wine, for >12 yer we^k. Full value.
Ji. a 1 W. mLUAMS
CARPET CLEANING. Established 18. 3-
If. ifl(io« a |f it
m W. 77iJiHi ST|m^
CA RPKT CLKANINT- Established IS, 5.
Ciw 65^, %£ZL Sr^weiSfhaad «
f")E £ BBANriT. Tel. 132 38th.
desks AND OFFICBFinMTinn.
o? * style »nd
prlCe T. O.
ill Fulton St. .
nnEMCtrrfllW and millinery «stem»tl
r>: »h.» h .v h oor. y9 Mo b s n -^ h .;:
F?lda'v: Sf'ao stftrts you. M'DOWELU
DftesSMAKESt — Gorki, experienced cutter
ctn?* titter- city or country. by D.. 1.020
..■•: a , v -V.l, .Vemc^. ••>'"' v---" ' :;:u M
D T CTIVEAJREIVCT^
M'CrLLOUQH. ex-I7nltpd . States Secret
service Offltic— Roping, sho.io-.vln« In
rnnlldcntlal. ■>» '■'•'" Itow -
KMS^,t) v^v^a" ;I ! 2 S :_.
®»rf»NT U r^R|^^ |c , are
"SfifiSiri PANAMA FIATS.
DIVORCES ASSURED.— No fee until
Vr?nt»d- oulckest. cheapest; reliable ad
vice.^f'rlC q M!TH 1 F.NOEU 301. B'way.
1 AW firm Mtik references, accepts all legal
free until R uoce SS ful; consultation
free Ap'ly 1. Hro»d»;ay. Room 111.
LIBERAU IX)AN3 on diamonds, watches,
jewelry, silverware, etc. Furs stored
during Summer months. MAX BERN
STEIN. 271 West 12.vr.-3t.
I,\I>IM:H!*. lIF.KIIU POLES.
•~~~~~T7I II" l'TnrTTiA v " LADDER
TXEnrnxux .... 40 World Bldg..
N. V. Tel. 2-175 John. Best of ladders de
livered at 2UQ. per fuot.
AT REDUCED PRICES.— BOO soconcJ-hand
wood ami iron working machine*; fully
ruaranteed; machinery bought and ex
changed! GEO. B. EDDY. -I!)" Madlson-st.
ADVERTISEMENTS and sunscriptlonii for
The Tribune received at their Uptown Of
fice No 1.504 Broadway, between 3Gtn and
87th st.« until 9 o'clock p. m. Advertise
ments received at th« following bl * nc . . of
flees at regular office rate« until 8 '>."'"'' tt
p. m.. viz.: 254 Bth-ave.. s. «. cor. 23d- «t.,
l«l «th aye.. cor. 12th-»l.: 02 B»Jt: '■*.•-«••
257 West 42d-st.. between 7t!: and at' l aye»
BANKBOOK IjOST.— Uankboofc JCa 813. *07
of the Bowery Savings Bank Is missing.
The nnder Is requested to return It to th*
bank. If not restored before the 223 day or
August. 11*12. application -will be made to .
the bank for a n«w book. j
BANK Hook No. 372.472 of th» Union Dime
Savlnrs Institution Is missing. Any per
son having a claim to It In hereby called
ui-in to present the same within ten days
or submit to having said passbook cancelled
am! a new one Issued.
BANKBOOK No. 37rt.MM of the fnl'-n Dime
Savin** Institution I* missing. Any per
son havtnn a claim to It Is hereby called
upon to pre?»ent the same within ten days
or submit •! havlncr said passbook cancelled
and a new- one Issued.
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.w.-ivlrjK.* Bank. Any person bavin* claims
upon mid book Is called upon to present the
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said book will im declared cancelled and ex
tlnirulshed and a new one Issued In lieu
LOST.— Bankbook No. tws.fll-l. Bank for
Savings, X*» 4th-ave.. New-York. Pay
ment stopped. I'lease return book to ban*.
LOST.— Bankbook No. 039.90, Banlc for
Savings. 2nO 4th-ave., New-York. Pay
ment stopped. I'lease return book to bank.
nANKIKKMC No. 331.4.V nt the Union Dime
Pavlmrß Institution Is mis*!nir. Any per
son having a claim to It Is hereby called
upon to present the same within ten -days
or submit to liuvlnu said passbook cancelled
nn'l a new MM Issued.
AN IVCF'TIONAI, opportunity Is offered
to a middle «t>-,1 man of good address to
engage In high class newspaper subscrip
tion canvassing; good weekly salary rJ«r-
:■— ! and liberal commission paid In addi
tion. Addrets. statins experience and liv
ing references. O. X K. Tribune Office.
ATTENTION!— Men wanted; by doing an
eauy «vrk you can travel to Fnttlan.t for
$.*•. *7; Germany $10. and Africa. *2T>; also
free transportation, return passane. AT
LANTIC SHICI'INU OFFICE. US Ul *t.
ATTENTION!— Men wanted; cheap trip all
principal Kun^iean ports. I^mdnn. IJver
poo». Olaasow. Hull; also free transporta
tion procured. Apply shipping oltlces. 5
Clinton st.. or 73 Weet-at.. New-Yorß.
BRfGH TBOY, -Knit 1»» y»irs. to learn
wholesale- ilry<ooxl» cotnmiiwlon business;
must write fiilr hand: reference required.
Address H. H. 1... Tribune Orllce.
WANTED. — A steady man and wife to take
chnrge of farm near city: f?ood butter
maker; mod place for right party. Ad
dress \V.. 114 Liberty-st.. Hootn !H'4.
SPECIAL 11A1.. iU ..<EMPtOTEB.
24 wurdii 3 times 1? cents
7 time rate 3" c-enf
ELDEKI^Y American woman, any position
of trust; city or country; Rood reader;
fond of children, Rood home preferred to
high salary. Address MOTT. 2rt7 West
r,7t h st . »
GOVERNF!SS or as tutor In preparation
for college, by a New-England college
bred girl; best references. Address T..
MI S( I . l.t. A > IWIS.
(GOVERNESS.— North German, lady as
nursery governess In a family: able to
teach French; can sew well. Address D..
Box 24. 98 East Hth-st.
JANITHKSS. Ac— Young woman a." Janl
tr»S(i or "nretaker; no cards: best of ref
erences. Mrs. KENT. 3C>l East SOth st.
I^ETTERS or manuscripts copied or en
velopes addressed by lady at home. E. L»
M.. Box Ml. Tribune Office.
OFFICE ASSISTANT.— By refined French
lady. Mm*. St. CROIX. 100 West 27th-st.
ACCOUNTANT BXPKRT.- Books opened,
clogfd. examined; attending umali sets of
boohs temporarily or permanently a spe
cialty, charges moderate. 8.. S4S CJreene
ACCOt'VTANT.— PabUc consultinK -'X'.wrt
corporation; autlltofr no anywhere; auillt
ing and oriKlnattng; perfect bookkeeping;
system; jruaran'*' trial balance monthly or
no pay; highest credentinls and bond. AtT
DITOR. I. (j. Hox *f,i>
ANY KIND OP < WORK. — By energetic
man. -■*>: understands bookkeeping; ten
years' references; willing to start for mod
erate salary. H. R.. Mi East 15th-«t.,
BOY, Hi, In office, tv bright and willing and
of American parentage. C A. WEBB, 2)
South Uigh-»t.. Mount V«m«i, N. X.
elevator, apartment house, with stores, on
a plot r 4oxt(K) feet. He has also- -purchased from
James T. Blandford, of Osslning, N. V., a plot
l(X>x3S feet, at the northwest corner of One-hun
dred-and-seventy-thlrd-at. and Amsterdain-ave.
REAL ESTATE ' TRANSFERS.
27th-st. No 5 East. 18.CxD8.9; Maria I, Chessman
and another, executors, to X C Potter: all liens. $43,200
4th-ave, n " c comer • 65th-st. 80x20; Charles
Schmidt. Jr. to John M. Cat/ere; mortgage, ...
$27.fi00 ...:.:. :../ , ioo
Lots 251 and 252. map Undercllff Terrace; James
P Halght to Frances E Height Gift
Cth-are, Xo 1.390, c s. 17>xl00; George C Engel
to Jennie Schwab: mortgage, flu,iKK>... 1
Liberty- st. So 1(U«, n s; Katharine B fiabcock
et at to George N Robinson.. 1
sSth-st. n s. 475 .t c of 6th-ave, 20x100.5; Sarah • '
E Smith to P H Dugro; mortgage. $33,000 1
GSth-St. rt s. 20." ft <? of Cplumbus-ave. 20x100.5;
Jacob H Rothschild, trustee, to George Q Ben- •
lOth-ave. c s. 30.5 ft 8 of fi4th~st, 2."xlOO; August
Ha*«ey executor, to William H Geri!zUnger:
mortgage. $I\imio 2?,500
Same property; August Hassey to same; mortgage,
$l.s,000: quitclaim 29,500
51st-st. n s. 150 ft "c of Madl«rn-are, 30x100.5;
It Somers Hayes to Sarah Et Hard, trustee 100
NEW BUILDING PLANS.
7th-ave. Nos 1.838 and 1.860. for a six story tene
ment houses BUfIX, Eva Jacobscn. No. 402
East Wth-Bt. owner; Sass & Srnallhelser, archi
tects r $73,000
70ttt-st and North River, for a one story shed.
30x20: New-York Central and Hudson River
Railroad Company, owner; V \V Smith. Grand
• Central Station, architect .: 2,000
Sth-ave and lM»th-st. for a two story shed. 121 x
297: Manhattan Railway Company, owner; G H
Pegram. No If." Broadway, architect 30.000
The Lawyers' Title Insurance
Company of New York,
37 Liberty Street, New York,
38-44 Court Street, Brooklyn,
Capital and Surplus, • $3,500,000
Under its system doubtful points in
titles are submitted to its Committee of
Counsel, consisting of well-known real
estate lawyers. This protection makes
its policies the strongest i#sued.
Purchasers of Real Estate
desiring a LOAN to complete their pur
chase can SAVE MONEY by applying to
146 Broadway, New York.
175 Pemscn Street, Brooklyn.
A DVERTISEMENT3 and mibacriptjon* for Th« Trlb«n»
received at thetr Uptown Office.
NO 1.3*4 BROADWAY.
Between 36th and 27th «t«.. until 9 o'clock p. m.
IF Vt3H Wmi
tbe mmi kind
T7IARM Or 14 ACRES. HOUSE AND EARN 3. 33 mln-
X? » utea from State House, ■•.".Ton. S. J. ; fl.CoO''part
mortgage; must be sold to close estate. W. T. HEAD. 610
HEALTH and pocket benefit by suburban life.- Tor
details apply Erie Railroad Information Bureau.
1159 and 39» Broadway. New York. ■
sOft. FRONT in the SEVENTIES,
N-:aR MADISON AYE.
WITH 25 FT. EXTRA DEEP PWMjBj 1
Mciern plumbing, cabinet trim throughout.
WIDE STREET; PRICE MODERATE.
RULAND &. WHITING CO..
Hntnrmslicb Ccr CcL
Park At.. 6?th St and 50th St.. near MadaMS)
Air., one block from Savoy and Xetherland lie el*.
il niuuf apartment- from three to eleven room*
and hotel accommodations from one to seven rooms;
reedy for occupancy now or from October 1; rests
from $.'•"> to 92,000; restaurant accommodation.
Inquire on premises.
CUPREME COURT, COUNTY OF NEW
YORK.— St. Luke's Hospital, plaintiff. a«ainst John
J. Buckley and others, defendants. — In pursuance of a
Judgment of foreclosure and sale, duly made and entered
in the above entitled action, bearing date th* 20th day of
June. 1901, I. the undersigned, the Referee in said Judg
ment named, will sell at public auction, at th« New Toric
Real Estato Salesroom. No. 11l Broadway. In the Borough
of Manhattan. City of New Tork, on the 13th day of
August. 1902. at 12 o'clock noon on that day. by Philip A.
Smyth, auctioneer, the premises directed by said Judg
ment to be sold, and therein described as follows: All
that certain lot. piece or parcel of land, with tb» build
ings thereon erected, situate In the Bore of Man
hattan. City. County and .State of New Tort, bounded
and described as follows, that Is to say: Beginning' at
a point on the Easterly side or line of Seventh Avenue
distant ninety-nine (09) feet five ,in ! one>-<iuarter (5 1 *)
Inches southerly from the ccrmr formed by the Intersec
tion of the Easterly oiie or line of Seventh Avemj» and
the Southerly side of Twenty-eighth Street, running thence
Easterly and nearly parallel with Twenty-eighth Street,
and part of the distance through a party wall, forty-nlc»
(49) feet nine (9> Inches to a courtyard: tftence again
Easterly across said courtyard Twenty-six <26> feet flTe
and one-quarter c.".'--t> Inches to the westerly wail of a
rear building: thence again Easterly through the cen.tre>
of another party wall. Twenty-seven <27> feet one and
one-half (I*4) Inches to the Northeasterly corner of said,
building; thence Southerly along the Easterly wall of Bald
bul'dlng Twenty-sev-n (27) feet and three-quarters <%>
of an Inch to the Southeasterly corner of said bull-ling:
thence Westerly along the Southerly wall of sal.i building
Twenty-seven (27) feet three (3) Inches to the Southwest
erly corner of said building; thence Northerly along th»
Westerly wall of said building Seven (7> feet eleven and
one-half (life) leches; thence again Westerly and nearly
parallel with Tw--ity-eighth Street and part of the dis
tance through a party wall Seventy-six (.«) feet four (4)
Inches to the said easterly side or line of seventh Avenue.
ami thence Northerly along the same Twenty (20) feet
three and three-quarters (3*4) Inches to the point or place
of beginning. Said premises being now known by the
street number 3t'T Seventh Avenue.
Dated New York. July 22d. I<*>2.
WIL3KH McRRIDR Referee-.
PBCKHAM. MIIJJ2I & KING. Attorneys for Plaintiff.
«0 Broadway. Borough of Manhattan. New Tor* City.
The following Is a diagram of the above described prem
ises known by the street number 307 Seventh Avenue:
The approximate amount of the Hen or charge to satisfy
which the above describe! property I? to he »eld 13
$21,632.78, with Interest thereon from the 20th day of
June. 1!X>1. together with costs and allowances amounting
to *885.35. with interest from June 20th. 11)01. together
with the expenses of th^ sals. The approximate amount
of taxes, water rents. as«#3smentz or other liens which an*
to be allowed to the purchaser out of the purchase money
or paid by the Referee is $3.a£9.12 and Interest. Since th»
entry of the said Judgment there has been paid on accobnt
of th« amount found dud by judgment, taxes, etc., tu->
sum of $3.7- »>.
I«ateJ New York. July 2M. Ml
WILBER HcBRIDEI Referee.
Halo- , _.
BOY. IT. in respectable office: e x pr .. e l e'?
good penman: honest: references; *.*> to
$6 per week. kEPKER. IPS Kast »-"■__
ISOV. 15. grammar school graduate. ; | .. ,
with parents. In office. Addres-s Jfli.-
KINUKN. »72 Wlllla-ave.
JOY. 1«. lr. ofßce: honest and upright, ex
cellent references. Addrrsa HKKMAN I>.
JURO. l-W KranKlln-«t.. Brooklyn.
BOY. 17. at anyXWnfr: office or elevatt-r
work preferred. JOHN SMITH. 2S» East
AMERICAN. 3S. married, large business ex
perience, conversant with stock values,
energetic, strictly temperate, honorable
record. lately head of large manufacturing
business, desires executive or confidential
position where ability, thoroughness and
trustworthiness win be appreciated. Ad
dress OKA ATE. Box 13. Trit-une Office.
ENEKOETIC young man. -"•. would like
position of trust and responsibility trlth a
reliable business house; Is at present In the
retail *rain and seed business, but Is de
sirous of selling out from lack of capital;
correspondence Is respectfully solicited. Ad
dress ENERGETIC Box *, Tribune office.
ENERGETIC YOLN(» MAN. 26. recently
from the South; any clerical position.
Address ENfIERS. care Cosmopolitan Hotel.
West ISroatlway and Chambers- st.
ENGINEER. — By voting man; married;
light position; low salary. JACOB
GBIOKR. 943 Pc Kalb-ave.. Hrooklyn.
LOCAL MANAGER for out of town com
pany, desires to make a change: familiar
with office work; New- York City preferred.
Address A. Z.. Boa 2<>. Tribune Office.
LIVE, active voun«r man. 23. character ref
erence excellent, neat and politic; good
talker. HENRY W. BEER. Jr.. 030 Bal
MARINE CHIBF F.NT.INHKR.— Not llnv
Itad; non Onton machinist; stpemer of any
klnii 8.. ni|r.ne.T. I<iT. f^.'jth st.
LIGHT PORTER In store, by colored man:
thr<f« recorrtrnendatlons. Call or address
JOHN 11. WILLIAMS. 23S Howard-aye..
near Fult^n-st.. rtriToklyn.
RiHTKR, PACKER.— By German. 30; so
ber and wilting; steady jKisltlon at any
thing STUEXO, 2.271 2d-avt>.
SPi>RTSMFIN. ATTKN"TlOXr— Parties de
sirous of locating deer hunting ami fish
ln«t territory in Ontario or Quebec, call oh
or write to HUNTER. -T llartwell-st..
Xew-Rruns-nrlck. X J.
SALESMAN.— An Al hardware salesman. 29
years of age. with four years" experience
on the road and five rears inside, as sales
man or buyer inside; highest references
from present employers. H. C. BARRON,
161 Elin-st.. Newark. N. J.
SITUATION In wholesale fruit hous.7; have
had special experience in California
fruits. SWANPOx. 244 West 22.1-st.
TRAVELLING SALESMAN for Canada: U
well connected in Ottawa Valley; can
speak Enslish and French; satisfactory ref
erences. TRAVELLER. 27 Hartwell-st..
New-Brunswick. N. J.
TAKING Ot'T PATENTS.— Highest refer
ences furnished. Address 124 Nobte-st.,
UI'HOLSTERY WORK, .-ilip covers, -Irnp
,, ios, r etc.. done at residence reasonable
during the summer; «0..< l work; reference.
Adilress UPHOLSTERER. 492 Columbus
WATCHMAN. — Highly recommended; day
or nisrht: private houses, hotel, club.
\ store: will rive security: willing to go any
; distance. BOUGON. .'>«> I^xlngton-ave.
YOUNG MAN. 27: educated; nine years'
business experience: three years as rail- I
road foreman: oapablr of handling large !
force of men; references. J. L* KANE. M |
Railmad-ave.. Jersey City. N. J. |
VOtING MAN. colored, at anything. Call
any time. FRANK JOHNSON. «7U
YOUNG MAN, M footman or to do gtaMe
work: understands care of horses; refer- 1
ence. M.. 321> 3d-ave.
YOUNG MAN. 24. to learn a trade: reason
able salary expected. JOHN NEID
HARM. • 172 M -tropolltnn-ave.. Brooklyn.
YOUNG MAN. 22. at anything. Address
K. CARRINGTON. 317 Paoifle-st., Brook
rOXntG MAN. »>: wUllnc to work at any
thtat:. BKEVtSS. 2.17 Sth-st. 7
YOUNG MAN. 2O would like position to I
Insure him rapid advancem«mt If quali
fied: clerical ability: references. Address
ROSEXZWEIG. 61 Delancey-st. Aaarg3s
lHtMK?»'rit l SITUATIO.\S WASTED.
SPECIAI. RATE TO UNEMPLOYED.
24 words. 3 times IB cents
T time r«te> 30 cents
ATTENDANT, companion, valet, to an In
valid gentleman: experienced; presentable,
well mannered, exceptional city references
which will bear Investigation. ARX>EN.
138 East 30th-«t,
ConntrTi ProDcrip fox Sale.
<Titn prapcrtn .for Sale.
DIIM K«tTI C SITUATIONS A* TK O.
SPECIAL RATE II) I'SEMPI O\ RD
' 24 orcl.o :: times. ...... .15 cents
7 time rate. .... ... .... 3«» cents*
I . i I-KR an.i UsEFUL MAN— COOK and
: LAUNDRESS. — By French coupl«: ex
i«>r;«-i.red: middle aged; good city reference.
Addrcsii 5*2 West 25ih-st.
BLTLi:*:. I -•:! ~l L MAN.— English ; thor
oughly ti rn>-;«Tit; references. GEOHGE
■ TOOTKLL. >i.; ■•• m s«th-at.
COMPANION at. i nurse to Invalid gentle
man, by me-lifii I nt (third year):
willing to travel Bn^&lst; highest refer
ences. Address •; i. ££ Box 23, New—
COACHMAN.—G erman: mi.-' i:.- "gad; thor
oughly understands his bu=:- >.-; good city
reference. HENRY. 101 West . i.vay.
COACHMAN'.— CoIored; si:;ij;e; thorou?:i:r
experienced with flr.e hcrses; city or n<?c»r
the cl: year round; persona! reference J
ASH. 327 West .V.th-st.
COACHMAN-.— Was several years in Brad
ley-Martin famllr. and other notables;
good refer :;oe. STARLING 130 West
GARDENKR. &c— lly young man, to taka
chars:? of garden, horse and carriage; un
derstands culture nt all ktnils flowers and
making bouquet*. 3ZUBLBACB, 403 ,".i-nve.
GARDEXKR-Bv German. ?.«: married;
or.* ehiM; rapablo- to take ttrm chiireo
;cf sentleman's place : *%tH-r. reliable; best
of references. GART>EXER. 240 Avenue A.
VAI.FZT. — By American. 24: tine barber;
complete otitflt; cn<* or two gentlemen;
irood ai>r>-,i-nnre- references*; can c -nviacd
by Interview. W. W. M. Oceanic. N. J.
JJO MYSTIC SITUATIONS WASTED.
COOK. — First class cook tn private familr;
understands ;;■*. meats, entries. gatn.»
an. l fancy d«>ss>>rts: excellent baker- city
reference. M. STIMPF. 207 West »J7th-Bt.
COOK and HOUSEKEEPER. — By Protes
tant woman: bachelor or widower's
apartments; reference. IT., care Ailams
716 Baal l»l»th-st. *
CHAMBERMAID, waitress or housework.
by jclri: personal reference: willing- to as
sist ar anything. 17t5 Fsist 3l»th-st.
CHAMBERMAID an. waitress in boarding
house or apartment, by colored woman;
or as housewnrker. Dl KEBSOX MO West
DAY'S WORK. — EtopeetaMa Ovrmaa wom
an to no out by th? d:ty cooktnar. xrash—
in;?, lrontn* or other work. ilrs. STURM
33S East 4Sth-st.
GENERAL. HOCSrIWORK.— Dy neat col
ored girl. In Kut: personal references.
MORRIS. 173 ':->•: «Jiith-st.
GENERAL BOC9KWORK in small famtTy;
[;. rfferenoe: slwp home. JEOiNIB
WTLJJaJIS. 23S Howanl-ave., near .Ful
HOUSEWORK. — By youn< girt speaking
Polish an.l Russian in small family.
ANTOSZEWSKY. .-.;: Eagle-aye.. Bronx.
LADY'S MAID. — By French jrtrl; good
sewer and packer; aaad 25; jrood refer
ences: newly landed. Apply I* 11.. care of
Mrs. Marats. UN sth-ave.
lt\i:M>RESS.— Colored: first class; family
washing at home or by day; references.
V.11.1.1 VMS 234 West 17th-st.
MAID. aMMnstrWM, chambermaid or cars
for (crown children, by Swiss; experience^
E. I!.. 231 '■'."■ al MO
JfITBSE, Ac. — Respeetabte girl to tak« car*
of children; n«it sewer: g'-xnl reference.
Call before M-->n..i;iy. August 4, at 41S C*rt
srr.SE. — English nurse seeks permanent
position with refli people to> taka care
of Invalid lady or n»-ntlem3n. or will tabs
full charge of baby from Mrth; city refer
i ences from doctors and parents. S. N.. -C 3
j NI'FSK, Jic. — An Piper* need MM or nur
sery rrtverne-is In reflneil family; under
stands kindergarten and physical care of
rounic children- highest reference. T. 24.,
NURSE. Ac. — Woman to take care of chil
j dren or do housework for eWerly people;
willing. ■•' lilrtns aoci reference. BURNS,
care of Murphy. 212 East 41st-st.. cue flight.
KESFCCTABU: West I nil tan .rr! to sew h»
factory, dressmakiric estaMlshment. or a*
good buttonhole maker, reference. DOUG—
IJVS. 232 East BO at
WAITRESS.— Famtiy or private boanJlcs
house- first class; or wou!d do chamber
work: good reference. 241 East 23th-st-,
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