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- J THE SUN, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1899. H
REAL ESTATE HE1TB.
I Handicapped br th. holidays, lait week's
JLM raaltr market fulls, tne.unl the Rood showing
r ot It predecessor. The sales at prlrateoon-
tract wore generally unimportant and few In
II number and business In the auction room was
II practically at a standstill. This general dull
I ness is characteristic of the Beptembsr markot
Hj as well as the trading during the summer
month,, and has been discounted br seasoned
There wore few features ot th transactions
at private oontract worth extended oomment.
Theonlr sale of any Importance was that of
the Furnlss properties on West End avenue,
and even in this caso the whole truth Is not yet
HI known, so no ostlmato can be made of the truo
beartnir of th ale on the market. The sale ot
Hi the block front nf lots, eight In number, on
H VTest End nrenue, between 100th and 101st
II street, was reported some tlmo ago and was
II denied Immedlatelr. This transaction in now
II admitted to have been made, and It is generally
H believed that It was held back at tho time
HJ In order to facilitate the further sale of
HJ lots adjoining on both 100th and 101st
Hi streets. This Is now reported closed, o
II Inforentlallr twontr-slx lots, eight on West
II End avenue, nine each on 100th and 101st
II '. atroets, are to be reported as sold. The buyers
K are Kempner Brothers, and the Improvements
P will tako the form of apartment houses.
Bophla 11. O. Furnlss, the ownor ot the prop-
HJ - rty. Is said to have held it at $500,000. but Itis
H doubtful If the aotual purchase price was with
HI In manr thousands of that sum. As for the
HJ other sales br brokers, ther wero usually ot
HJ small dwellings and other properties consistent
HJ with the demands of the season. Few sales ot
K magnitude are rumored for the Immediate
f future, but ther is one large deal In lower
HJ East Bide dwellings which Is nearlng complo-
U tion and should be reportod shortlr.
H The auction room, as said, was partially
HJ Inoperative. In the small number of sales eon-
1 anmmated there was only one point of Interest.
II This was the presenoe of outsiders in the bid
ding. The most important salo made was of
I the three eight-story apartment houses on
II upper West End avenue. Ther wr secured,
U supposedlr. bran outsider. Tho current week
HJ promises very little activity In the salesroom.
Hj Monday Is without a scheduled sale and the
HJ offerings for the other days of the week aro
H few in number. There Is littlo hope that oon
H ditlons will b betterunttlOct.latthaarllest.
U A number of legal and voluntary sales are
HJ scheduled and will bo held during the first
I days ot the month. These will probably
l mark tho real opening ot the auction business.
II The suburban real estate owners have en-
Joyed a fairly prosperous summer's trade, and
HJ reports have it that the season is not ret at an
HJ and. One of the latest tracts to be opened up
HJ to outside buying is that lying along the Hud-
II son, on the Palisades, opposite Orant's Mouu-
mont. The property is highly restricted
HJ against nuisances of all kinds and Is improved.
HJ It represents really the first step In the rcal-
H dentlal development ot that section, and Its
HJ success will be the signal for an appreciable
JB movement along similar lines. Tho new
F suburb Is known as Orantwood.
J?& Tho following aro the comparative tables, for
jP Manhattan and the Bronx, of tho convoyances.
mortgages and projected buildings, for tho
corresponding weeks of 1800 andl8U8 as com
piled by the tttcord and Guide:
Sept. 1 to Bept a to
7. lno. 8 Inc.
Total number '-- 132
Amount Involved 11,288.428 1088.033
Number nominal . . . 131 (18
Total number of convey
auces. Jan. 1 to date 11,328 10.081
Total amount of convey
ance)!, Jan. 1 to date $114,043,183 171,270,741
Total number 25S 107
Amount Involved ... . 3,80,453 (1,890,247
Number over 6 per cent . 120 100
Amount involved ... .85,558 (741,533
Number at f. percent . 78 47
Amount Involved . . . f 867,98a 485,9M5
Ho atletsthanSpercant. 80 41
Amount Involved ftl.8M.810 (721,750
No. of above to banks.
trust and Ins. co.'t ... . 58 28
Amount Involved . (1.809,-00 $581,600
Total number of mort
gages. Jan. 1 to date . 13,688 11,824
Tttal amount of mort
gxgas, Jan. 1 to date.. $831,809,880 $170,741,897
Total No. new bulldinci .. 61 68
Total amount . ... $821,200 $1,416,050
Total amount of alterations 89,844
Total number of new build
inc. Jan. 1 to date 8,208 2,279
Total amount of new build.
irgs, Jan. 1 to date $85,419,893 $47,632,280
Total umount of altera
tions, Jan. 1 to date . .. $6,289,847 $5,281,268
. Prlvnte Snles.
' Edward .T. Wolllng. Jr.. has sold for Fred
1 Houston tho three-story private dwelling, on
lot lDxlOO. No til) West l8th street.
O II. Coutts has sold to Mrs. E Archbold the
threestorr dwelling, on lot 20 10x103, No. 118
i Wott Thirteenth street.
Stabler, Randolph fc Co. have sold for W. E.
I Finn tn It. E. Hartwell the old building, on plot
I III 4x100. os. 133 and 130 West Torty-flfth
. f A Mrs nilshury ha, bought the flve-story
II flat. No 1.'17 West lth strsot.
sW Mevor Solomon has bought tho throe-story
V dwelling, on lot 10.8x100, No. 310 East 113th
f i William M. and Marie nuhr have sold to Mor
rls Hnn the two flve-story tenements. Nos.:t35
ami 337 East Nlnety-sevonth htreot. taking In
n exchange property in Flushing. L. I and
7 $.."i (XX).
' William H. Tnubert has resold to a builder
the live lots on th north aide ot 137th street.
6.'.0 feet east ot tills nvenuo.
f Tuesdny's Anctlou Sates.
I HT PETER F. METRE. A CO.
; Thirty-ninth street. No. 530. south side.
40lt.ll feet west of Tenth avenue. 21x08 !.
flve-story brick tenement: Mutual Iteservo
Fund Life s4oclatlun against Divid ChrUtie
S etnl. (No.ll: tleorge Ilurnham, Jr., attorney;
I, Francla B. Delahunty, referee amount due,
l.'l,r)H7: subject to tnx. Ac . S.ri4t) 04
i Thirty-ninth stiect. No. 534. south side).
; B24 11 feet west of Tenth nenue. 5.1xfi80x
; 25xliH I), flve-story brick tenement Same
! against same (No. Ui: sanie attorney ami
I I referee :nmount due, f 13,008; subject to taxes.
,1 Ac. $540D4
1 IIT WILLIAM KENXKI.LT.
IB I.exlnetnn a v.. No. 1.440. w. s . 34 2 ft. s. of
I P4t h st.ltl.7x75. four-story stone front store and
I tenement: Charles E, Whitehead, as executor.
I sto.and another against Honry ltlehl, et al.;
Hj Whitehead. Dexter A Osborn. attrs ; Emanuel
lllumensttel. ret.; amount due. $11,027: sub
HJ Ject to taxes, etc, $101, and taxes for 1800.
HJ Official Trnniferl.
HI 60th st, c , 300 e Oaurtlandt av, 60x100;
B Jmepb Angrlck to Fllrabeth M. Wolekl. flft
AaJ lMHili it, n , ion Vanderbllt av Kan, 60x
LfS ion SumterLlIipurto I,apoleonI.evy 100
iTfl lllli at, 160 Weil, ih m&l 4x lrreg, James
M II IJIck to Jacob Steuhl . ... 9,600
1 11 Ith m, n. loo w th av, I60il0u.ll;
Win I giiiiitard to Wm II Dink 1
i) Kb i ir.Ht'i at, inror Kagle v, r,2 nnoo. Harry
WA. Wiliou and wife to tMiarles H 1 nieman 7,100
tmR 67th at, 4"j est Itl HxKW.r,. Eliza A Dal-
Br le to Joshua Lararua, eich and .. 400
mX (tin av. n w cor 16()th "t. 1H.J 4i8.nilrreg;
M Joseph Thall and wife to Natban Wise 10
H ' llrtth et, .108 West, Im.hiIoO 11, Auirusta
I Nelson and ano to William. I Yates 1,000
H 13th at, 243 Kwt, 22.8x10.1.3, Josech Levi
H to Abraham Bilverson 1
M l.tth st iii, inr. w Jd av.22.8H01 8, Bamuel
H A luskaaud ano to Abraham Bilverson 1
1 Ali-rreret. 11 and llw, 60x100, Margaret
Molony to Herman Wronkow stch
HJ Itecnrded Leases.
Hi 1st av, 677. Dai. Id J Daly to John Bos-
well. Sjrs. .... $90O-l,C00
SniadHsy, 1644. Charles I) Bchleslnger to
! Wm J Kehoe 37 15 m 1,600
M 27th st, 244 f, iu II Ulldersleeve to It
H J llntiiersCo, 3yre ... ... 4,250
H On at Jones at. 47, Jonas Well & ano to The
M Iliihop & nabcoik Co, 10 vrs 8,500
H 1st av, 404, Ctiaa doling tu Aloses I, Peyser,
M s rs ... 1,140
H lS4th st, 770 K. Ilenedlcta Vetter to Krnest
J H Uoretr, 5 yra 1.000
HJ Herorded Mortgages.
HJ Sukler. Iiuita A, to Itosa Brandt, 1 1 at, 327
H to 331 K. l yr. .. .. 160
H Loiwell, John, to The Fred Oppermann,
LTSI Jr, Brewing l'u 1st av, 677. demand 1,100
H Browak. himuul, it al to Plncus Lowen-
M feld a id auo, Oichard st, 121, 26it)7.u, 4
H moiiibs 4,000
B Elel),JamH I', etal to August Dunslng,
IH llrani u H.ilhuad. a n s, a w H lot 10, map
H orlll Mrluni'. .1 jr. 2,000
PH Krhn Wm I, tn lltrnhelmer A Schnild,
fH llr adna), l',44 ill uialnl 2,000
H Kilpatrick, Hint I to yargaretba Bitter,
1 tilth t n 1-' in West Enl av, 1 yr .. 10,000
H Laants J liu.i to I'liasMvLouttblln, 67th
-$- si 4..l S l itiolllbs 400
fgVAV Pjiki-r, Kourid O, to Jacob H (srvalho,
1 liti'tltat r o, I'n nuav, A months 2,000
IH . Kiln rami Aliiaiuin. to Harris Maudelbaum
' H 1 and aim, I ttii st J43tu 24? K, 1 yr. . 13,000
H Batne, tnhaiiitiel A Lasla, 13th st, us, 135
tM 1 av, 1 j r 8,500
B Archer, Win J and Mtuuie 1', to Mary R Clti-
3 patrlrV,Kriusi.llttpl, s s, 8S.2 w Lfsiiou pi,
tsST "J"" ... 8oo
uotrberK, Marcus, to Herman Baabe, 122d
M st. s s, 1 60 e ettu av, due when permanent
Bl itaielspiactd , 4,000
Btenhl, Jacob, to Anns 11 Bchmllt, 160 w
llthst,2yrs . 8,000
Steuhl, Jacob and wife, to same, same
property, also u part of Qrvenwlch av,
es, 1411.7 s of 1 1 th at, 2 yrs .. . 2,000
Beulln, Dsvid and Jossph to Wm II Bask k
Co, 112th it, s s, lno wCtli av, 1 yr . . 6,000
Dllnn, Etta, tn Bradley A Currier Co, UHth
at, n s, 3J6 w O.utral Park West. H yr.,,. 8.000
v oxler. Qeont. to Slargaretha htormlnger,
Walnut st, w cor Kastburne sv, 2 yrs.. 2,000
Assignments ot Mortgages,
Title Guarantee and Truit Co to Pierce
Brennsn A ano, trustees 24,003
Tlrason, r.dw'd II, to John W Pinion 8,600
fame to same . . . . n.aoo
Potter, Fredk O, to Caedlte UUincer 2,760
. 7th st, s w for Av A, tjnlonpnrt, lS8iins; Geo
Herold vs Arthur H Dlehlet alt ati atty, T Tower.
Bobbins av i a 711 n Dater st, 160(100, Isase
Ooldbergva John J Ottsstadt et alt atty, J Cohen
Brook av, w a 161. t s lnrt st, 7U 2iH(i, Uhas
1'nanustvs Petty.Boulard A Walker Bealty Co, atty,
llrookav.es I. 10.10 n infi st, Ifl 5il00.:Thos F
Osynor vs Nells Toelbe r et al: attys. Sarera. O k O,
Klngsbrldge tlnad.se ror 172 st. 100.0184 172
si, 11 a 100 w 11th av. nnilH.tl: Klcbd V Dey vs
Oeo F Doak et al, atty, W J Fanning
wales av, ws l2 7 s Westchester av, :6xl27.(l;
Victor Oerhards va Michael Chlsling et al, atlys,
Qnackenbush x W,
Meehnnlcs' I. lens.
Wendover av, a a 100 K 3d av, 7.il00;
Dennis W Moran va Landsbsrg A 11 im 406 00
Pike at, 5(1 Thomas F.levator Co va C, A,
Rchnaenian ... 80.00
Brook av, a w cor lttrtth st, 71XS0, Wm J.
FowlervaN. P. Duluca . . . 760.00
Amsterdam av, a a cor 7Utlt st. I02H02;
HenryOundlachand ano va Dora Osborne 673.00
1st av, n w cot 106th st. 2VJ-.100, Justus
Bruns va Mrs Leon A Lienesklnd . . 100 00
Montgomery st, 2 to 8. Oustav Drryer vs J,
85th st. n a 100 F. 10th av. 25x08.0; Patrick S Boy
Ian va Terence Boylan et al, partition; atty, W R
Flcola Michael, va Frank J Qratfe. 672 and
674 E lF8d et, lBtfU. . . $25 60
Uanesa, Frank, va same, aame prop, 18UII 2J.00
Urltnaldl, Emerlco, va aame, same prop,
1HHW.. .. . 82 00
Mattonl, Joseph, vs same, same prop, 1HUV, 23 00
Piarlotu, Ulacento. vs John J Murphy,
W ebstcr av. a e cor St Paul's pi, lwun . 275 00
Bologna, Joseph, v a same, same prop, IHHU 84o.Oo
Welasbcrg, Charles, vs Lena 1'riie, Madison
st. 2i0, 18u 8tl0.ll
Tlans Filed for .New nulldlngs.
42d st, n s, 131 w 7th av, turee. story music
hall Oeurge U Jansen, owner. J K Kerby,
architect, cost $46,000
ethst. 638 64U E, two six story fiats: J J
Houlahan, owner; Schneider & llerter,
archlUcta. cost . 60,000
11th to 12th avs, 105 e Whlteplalns av, im
provement to school, City of New 'York,
owner: C B J Border, architect, cost 18,000
63d st. 28 E: Improvement to dwelltug, M
I, Birr, nwner; Farnsworth k Miller, ar
chitects, cost 600
Victor st, w s, 226 e Morris Park av Im
provement to dwelling, Frank Lotz,
nwner; C FLolise, architect, cost 800
1 1 r,th st. and K; improvement tn tenement.
Louisa Oamfolo, owner, B M HolJon, ar
chitect; cost . .. 400
8th av , n s, 460 w White Plains av. Improve
ment to dwelling. Marie Hchwlckert,
owner, J W ltingrose, architect, cost 800
Cortlandt st, 23, Improvement to lifts, R I)
Jacksou, owner; D N B Sturgls, architect;
coat . . 260
283d at, n w Webster av, Improvement to
stable. C A Tier, owner, A II A Horeiall,
architect, cost. 100
Amsterdam av, 3d: Improvement tn tene
ment, J Stewart, owner, A T Nerlman. ar
chitect, cost ... . 200
66th st 147-141) w; improvement to stable;
(' T Bsrney, owner; W E Mowbray, archi
tect, cot .. . .. .. 250
40th st, 368 w; Improvement to flat, F E
Luthy, owner, cost 100
An expert who has just returned from Ban
don, 11. C, reports that while some ore has
boen'struck In the lower tunnel of the Itam-bler-Carlboo,
It must be driven sixty feet fur
ther before it will be undwrthe main body ot
ore that was encountered ahnvo. 'I he Indica
tions are favorable for striking this ore body
nn the lower level. . , , , ., .
Frnser A. Chalmers have Issued In pamphlet
form the recent decisions by loderal Judge
Moses Hallatt. In the Circuit Court district ot
Colorado, affirming the validity of the lettors
patent granted to Horace P. llrown. for im
provements in the construction ot ore-roasting
Advices from Nogales. Ariz, note that the
I'nion at Las l'rl'tas has ben sold for $2(X),0(X)
gold. John Ilradburydenlesthe report that his
sllvsr mines at El Tajo. fifty miles south ot
Mazaland, Blnaloa, aro in tho market He li
gpttlng au Income of $400,000 a year from the
property. . . . ,
A largo numbsrof American prospeotors are
flocking into Uoetezuma district, Honora, Mex
ico. Tlioy are drawn there by reports of dis
coveries of rich copper claims. An English
company has purchased a group of copper
properties, twenty miles west of Moctezuma,
and will spend $50,000 In development work.
Advlcos from Custer, S. Dak., state that the
Carr claims In Nuggot county have been so d
to Chicago capitalists. The richest free gold
strike ever made in the lllnok Hills was on this
properti . which comprises 130 acres, with mill
site, wator right, timber. Ac. The ore aver
aga $1,300 gold per ton.
E It. Holden A Co. received a dispatch from
Butte yesterday that the average value ot tho
oruda low grade ore in the Hope mine is $8 per
ton Thla ore will ooncentrato six Into one,
whloh will make the value of tho concentrates
$45 to $50 per ton. A contraot for the treat
ment of tho crude ore ot the Basin Gold A. Lop
Sor Mining Company will be made w th the
atie Company, whloh has lust completed n
new concentrating mill and smelter costing
about $500,000. The Katie mine adjoins the
Hone on eaoh end of the lines. This arrange
ment will enable tho Hope to concentrate its
ores, pending the construction ot its own plant.
MINING HACniNEnY.-FBA9EB CHALMERS.
80 Broadway, hew York, laanufactnrers nf
minlngand ameltlngmachlnery. Estimates on min
ing, milling and smelting supplies promptly fur
nished. American Mining: News.
Published Wednsslaya and Saturdays, contalna
ALL the NEWS of ALL the camps. Yon must
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MIN1NC1 MACHINERY Unexcelled In efflclonoy.
OATE3 II.ON WOUKB. 11 Broadway.
for olaer dterlil'menfs und'r Ihttkrading, Itl 8th and
Prollt and aa high as 21 points taken on T, C. k I.
during the past week for our customers, whose ac
counts are managed.
WRITE FOR TERMS AND PARTICULARS
We look for higher pricea from London Monday,
and It they come strong our market will have a
SUGAR WILL SELL EX-DIVIDEND
and look awfully cheap It ought to regain the a
percent, plum and mors on any general market
Th" Grangers, Brooklyn, C F.. S. P , U. P., J? k
W U B Leather and the Mexicans will be nctlve
Cottou Oil and P. M will have important movements
as will also Denver Preferred and Common,
There is significance In
THE WAY T. 0. & I. SHOT DP
to Its new record. It wss chieny due lo tho scram
ble of a "short" sin utlatur, who will go out of his
line minus seven hundred thousand doltars.
ANOTHEK BLUE Vti.LV HOBT
Figured a loss of no ooo. whilo a third drew bis
check for In 1, 000. These incidents show the tem
per of those who aro lifting pricea.
The Bank btatement was probably the worst we
will have this fall It shotted over 10 mllllun cash
lost by the Banks. Prices only went oil fractionally,
there is much speculation over St. Paul's divi
dend. Will It be, rettttlar or oitralf
TO II1. llOl.llEUS.
I AWN" So. l'actnc.
"FRl'dAL" l.C. A I
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Members.. Ncw Virk cinsulldatod Stock Eichange.
IN KS1 MKSvT SKlt'lUTsKS.
Orders Solicited for Purchase or Hale
STOCKS, WHEAT, COTTON,
For Cash or on Margin.
Write or call for DAILY M A1IKKT LETTER riving
INtUllMATIUN of 1-3PKCIAL value FltF.K upon
application, also moiitul) table showing prices
Blocks, Cotton, Produce, Telenhono "Sou Broad."
Astor Court, .'n W. ,uth st NKW YOBK.
(Adjoining tho WU.UORr-ASTOnu i
22 Court st (Uarneld Bldg), IIHUOKLYN.
luo Market at . NEH vllK. N. J
1112 Market at.. PATKlWi) N. J.
CH AS. D. BURWELL,
MF.MBF.lt CONSOLIDATKD STOCK EXCHANGE,
01 HIIOAinVAY, 2. Y. rel. 1081 Cnrilnndt.
Solicited O I UultO, Investmtnt
,or Wheat, Cotton B"1""-
) Uarket Letter Sent on Apullc-' -
11VIIKNI)( 40c. l'lilt AITAItK
Esllmaii d by reliable englneera. Fnll paid, non
assessable. Shares par value 11.00 at 2u cents.
Certiorates delivered on receipt of 6 cents per share,
balance deducted from dividends.
tl Buys 100 shares par value f 100.
25 ' MOO " " " 600
60 " 1,000 " " " 1,000
100 " 2,000 2,000
Prospectus and Copper Bevlew free.
THETlMtNTintll t-ENTUBY TBADINO 00,
KIM t ULTON ST.. NEW YOBK.
WILLIAM 11. WAVE MttOVTSBD.
Young Mechanical Engineer Well Known In
tho South, Loses Ills Life Willie llathlng.
Hiliimo.M), Va., Sept 8 William llatvle
Wade, a well known mechanical engineer, waa
drowned in the surf at Wrighuiville Iicnch, N ('-,
this mottling He was tho gurat nf the Mcewrs.
Mcllne, proprietors of the Wilmington Cotton
Mill al their collage nt the Deorh. Ho was In
tho surf bathing with them nt the time, and was
swept away to va by the undertow. HI body was
cast up on the beach six hour later within seventy
five feet nf the place whero he waa drowned.
Wade was thirty thrco years aid, and formerly
lived In this city He recently spent three yars
In Europe In the employment of various con
struction companion. He was a man of means,
and had Just secured a controlling interest in
the Wilmington grui plant He is a brother of
Dr. Wade, of Richmond, and has a sister redding
In New York. 1 ho remains will be brought hero
tiotanlcal Oarden Strike) Settled.
A strike of palntors belonging to one union
against painters belonging to another union
at the Botanical Garden in Bronx Park was
settled yesterday by the dlsoharge of the de
fendants. The union that ordered the strike
Is affiliated with the Building Trades Council
The strike had been in progross for several
Rebuilding "Idlo Honr."
Say n.i.n, It. I , Sept 0 - Two hundred men
have begun work rebuilding "Idle Hour," W. K.
Vanderbllt's plaoo at Oakdale, which weui burned
Inst spring. The new house is to be of brick and
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(letters must be directed "per steamship Ihlng
valla"). PRINTED MATTER Vc Oerman steamers sailing
on Tuesdays take Printed Matter Ac, for Ger
many, and Specially Addressed Printed Mattsr,
Ac, for other parts of Europe. American and
white Star ateamers on ednesdaya, Oerman
ateamers on Thursdays. andCunard. French and
Oerman stsaiusrs on heturdays take Printed Mat
ter. Ac, for all countries for which they aro ad
vertised to carry mall.
After the dosing of the Bnpplementary Transat
lantic Malls named above, additional supple
mentary mails are opened on the piers of the
American, English, French and Oerman steamers,
and remain open until within Ten Minutes of
the hour ot salllngof steaaser,
MAILS FOR BOUTII AND CENTRAL AMERICA.
WEST INDIF.S. AO.
TUESDAY. At 12 30 P. M. (supplementary 1 T. M.I
for BARBADOS DEUARWtA. UUADFXOUFE
and MARTINIQUE, via Uttadelonpe, per steam
ship Caribbee; at 11 A. M. (upplemniary 11:10
A. M.l for CUBACAO.also E.KZUKLA, 8AVA
ItlLLA and CARIIIAUKNI. via Curacao, per
steamship Utldurtatll A. M. for La Plata Coun
tries, per steamship Yienna, at 1 P. M. for
MEXICO, per steamship Matanras, via Tamplco
(Utters must be directed "per steamship Ma
tanzas") at u P. M, for JAMAICA, per steamer
WEDNKSDKY-AtB 80 A M. (supplementary 10 SO
A. M ) for CEM'IUI, AMERICA (except Costs
Rica) and SOUTH PACIFIC PORTS, per steam
ship rinance, via t'olou (letters for Ouatemala
must be directed "per steamship Finance ',); at
10 A. M. for BABBADOS and DEMARARA per
steamship TJomo. at lu:so A. M. for PORTO
H1CO, per tT S Tianaport, vis San Juan; at 11
A M forORENAD. and TRINIDAD, per steam
ship Irrawaddy, at 1 P. M. for CUD A. via Havana
alio CAMPtCHE. iUCATAN, TABASCO and
ClIIAPAb pel steamship Hegursnca tlettera for
ntlmr narts of Mexico must be directed "tier
steamship Kexuranca", at 1 P. M for PORTO
BICO, vlaPoucf. perstesmship Arsadia. a. HA.
M for BUltUUDA, per steamship Trinidad.
THURSDAY. At 1 P. M (supplementary 1-ao P. M )
for NAHS1 OUANTANAMO and HANTIAOO.
per steamship Saratoga, at V P. M. for JAMAICA,
per steamer from Boston
FBIDAY.-At .1 P. M. for BABBADOS direct and
NORTH I1RA7IL per steamship Cametense, via
Para and Manaos.
SATURDAY.-At U A M for LA PLATA COUNTRIES,
per steamship Homer; at 10 A.M. for NF.Vf
10UNDIAND direct, per steamship Orinoco: at
10 A. M. (sttjitdementary 10 ao A. M ) for FOR
TUNE Iril.ANDS. JAMAICA. SAYANILA.
CARTUAOENA and OREYTOWN, per steamship
Aiene (letters for Cons Rica must be directed
"per stesmsbip Alene '): at 11 A.M. for CUBA.
per steamship Havana, via Havana (letters must
be dltec'ed ' perstesmshlp Havana'), at 1 P. M.
for NUEVITAS. OIBARA. VITA. BARACOA and
PL'KUIO l'ADItr per steamship Lauenburg' at
1 p. U for UK1.I.K. PUEBlO CORTEX and
(IUATEMALA. ier steamship Themis (letters
must be directed ' per steamship Themis").
BUNDAY,-At H:10 P. M. f.ir BT. PIERHEMIQUE
LON, per steamer from North Sjdney.
Mails for Newfoundland, by rail to North Sydney,
and thence bv steaaser, close at this office dally
at S SO P M. (connecting close here every Mon
dsy, Wednesday and Haturdar). Mails for Mlque
lon, by rail to Boston, and thence by steamer,
close at this office dally at 8 so P. M. Malls for
Cuba, by rail to Port Tampa, i la , and thsnr by
stsamer, ilose at this office dslly (except Mon
day) at 17 A. M. (the connecting closes are on
(Sunday. vvednesday and Friday), Malls for
Cuba, by rail to Miami, Fla , and these
br steamer, closo at this office every
Monday, Tuesday and Saturday al 12,30
A, M. (the connecting closes are on Tues
day and Saturday.) Malls for Mexico City, over
land, unless specially addressed for despatch by
steamer, close at thta office dally at 2. JO A. If.
and 2 30 P. M. Malls for Cuts Rica. Belize,
Puerto Cortez and Quatemala, by rail to New Or
leans, and taent e by stesmer, close at this office
dally at IJ P. M (connecting closes here Sun
days and luesdays for Costa Rtca, and Mondays
for Belize, Puerto Cortez and Guatemala). IReg
istsred mall closes at it P. M. nrovloits day.
IRrglstrrtd mall cloaca at OP. M, second day ba-
'""" TRANS-PACIFIC MAILS.
Mails tor China Japan ami Uawa I, via San Fran
cisco, close here dallj at tt:H0 P M, up to Sep
tember 1 14 th Inclusive for despatch pi r steam
ship Cit of Rio do Janeiro ami up to September
l-'lth inclusive for deapauh per steamship
Coptic Msils for nawall. via Baa Francisco,
close here dally at it. JO P. M.upto September
tinth inrluvlvefor despatch per steamship An
s rails. Mails for Australasian Colonies (except
West Australia which goes via Ettropo, and
New Zealand which goes via San Francls-oi.
Hawaii, ami FIJI Islands, via Vancouver close
hrre dally at -1 .to P M. after September list
and up to September 114th Inclusive for de
spatch per aUamshlp Viarrlraoo. Mails for
hoilcty islands, via Han Francisco, close here
dallv at (I no M. up to September 125th
iiultslve for despatch by ship Tropic Bird.
Malls for Australia (except West Australia), Now
Zealand, Hawaii, Fill and Samoan Islands, via
Han Francisco, close here dally at n so P. M.
after tteptemberllMh and up to September I28tb
tin lush i'. or on dsy nf arrlv al ot steamship Cain-
Sania. duo at Now iork September 2utb, for
espatch per steamship Mariposa. Malls for
China and Japan via Vancouver, close here
daily at ".30 P. M. up to October 13d In
clusive for despatch per steamship Empress ot
Trans I'aclflo malls are forwarded to port of satlln2
daily, and the schedule ot closing Is arranged
on the presumption of tbelr uninterrupted nver
Isnd transit ilieclstersd mail closes ate P. M.
COBNEUU8 VAN COTT. Postmaster.
Post Office, New York. N. Y., Sept. 8, 18UU,
The (1LORK NATIONAL BANK, located at Provi
dence, In the Hts.e of Rhode Island, la iloslmc up lit
affair All note holders and others, creditor at
ssid Association, nre then for hereby notified 1 1
present the notes and other claims sgsin.t the Ann.
Llstlohforiuymeut MICtlAEI.F DOOLKY, Cashier.
PHUVIDENCK. Rhode Island. July 12. Irijti.
IVaTtlujj nuti luvflrij.
l V, HURD. late with William Moir. save yoa
-IV. money on diamond: watches and all repair
ing. Old gold, lea elry and gam bought, exchangsd,
I remodeled. 124 W. 23d, between Sth and 7th avs.
maaisn cAttrET rAcronr soldt
Report That Kidder, Fenbody St Co. of
Itostnn Have Acquired tho Plant.
A report was widely circulated yestordar to
the ofToot that the factory ot the E. B. Hlgglns
Carpet Company, one ot the largest In this
country, had been purchased by Kidder, Tea
body t Co.. the well-known Boston firm. Tho
report hnd it that the sale was closed and e ery
detail concerning tho transfor of the property
All the members ot the Arm of Baring,
Magoun fc Co. ot ID Wall street, the local
agents of Kidder. Pen body ,1 Co , were out of
town yesterday. O. M. lluach, at the Hlgglns
Company's office, told a Run roportorthat the
report was not true. There is no foundation
for it, hn declared.
The Hlgglns Company is Incorporated In New
Jersey with a capital stock ot S2.U00.000. Its
factory Is at 000 West Forty-third stroet. "
STOrrKD BT TOO IIP 67 It US IX ESS.
Fapar Healers Conld'nt (jet nny Paper
From the Overworked Mills.
The William Wilkinson Company, wholesale
dealers in paper and twine at 78 Duano street,
has mado an assignment to John A. Leo of
Cranford. N. J. AYilllam Wilkinson Is President
and Budolph F. Bell Secretary. The compny
was incorporated on March 4 last, with a capi
tal stock of $30,000. J. T. ward, attorney for
Mr. Wilkinson, said that the company Is gotng
to reorganize and that every creditor would bo
paid In full Tho corrTany hid too much busi
ness, ha said, and could not 1111 orders. From
other sources It was learneJ. that the mills aro
so busy that the company could not get its
orders filled quickly. It takes several months
to get the goods Mennwhllo expenses are
going on and the company has not the ready
money necessary tor a largo business.
Workmen Slightly Horned In a Factory Fire.
A slight fire occurred early yosterday after
noon In the shoelast factory of The Btewart A.
Potter Company at 101 and 10.1 Worth street.
In extinguishing it two ot tho workmen.
Robert Iteod and Joseph Marsh, wcro slightly
burned. The firemen wero summoned, but
the tirn van nut mil hftfnra thnv nrriveil.
REAL ESTATE BOARD OF BROKERS.
MEMBER R-rvl Pc(n(r DOAItl) OF
0F item csiaie iuiukkrs
9367 BROADWAY, cor. 8istSt
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE
SALE, RENTAL ANO GENERAL MAN
AGEMENT OF REAL ESTATE.
Telephone, 751 Riverside. -
LOANS AND INSURANCE.
THOMAS Sc. ECKEIlSOIwT
Real Estate & Insurance Biters.
Money to Loan at 4 percent.
ENTIRE CHARGE TAKEN OF ESTATES.
Wallack's Theatre Building, S3 and 3K West soth St.
TELEPHONK CALL, 1705-.MAI). 8Q.
WM, M. THOMAS. JNO. C. R. ECKERSON.
Coy-tVX ffiuJUl &VVsAerVi
7 Wall St. and 503 Fifth Av.
BAR HARBOR SPECIALTIES.
All tho desirable residences along the Bonnd and
Hudson ItlTer; also Norfolk and Lltcbflelil, Conn.
Cottages for sale and rent. Telephone, 1071 Cort,
Boaacs s. zlt. ALraiD a. iiasliko.
0 Cedar St. 27 West 30th St.
J. EDGAR LEAYCRAFT,
Agent, llrokrr. Appraiser.
WM. HENRY FOLSOM,
1 WEST 20Tn 8THEKT.
Ural (ffutatfOut of the Citg.
HOMES.. The sight from Parsons Avenue will
make you long to own one of the ar
tistic new houses now neanng comple
tion. Ingleside is growing. Its superb
location in the swell part of Flushing,
on high, rolling ground, is unsurpassed
its high-class improvements in keep
ing with the best requirements.
A bunch of the new homes are ready
for any minor alterations to suit imme
diate buyers; $2,950 up to gtO.OOO;
easy terms to high-class people. Same
terms for improved lots at 300 and
If the artistic appeals to you go to
Ingleside and see the sights.
Call or write for free tickets or take 341b st."
ferrjr to Long Island Citr, ttienre by train nr tiol
lera evert- minute to our carriages at Main at
ELMHURST, L. I.
13 Minutes from 34th St. Ferry.
COMMUTATION . INCMJDINO FEnBT TO
NEW YOBK. TROLLE1S TO ALL FEH-
HIES JlXD ACIIOSS 11 Itl DOE. 6 OKNTd.
NEIGHBORHOOD I1E8TBICTF.D AND IT8
HOUSES BUILT TO ORDER FROM PLANS.
conn MKYEIt A CO.,
ELMnURST. II. aa WILLIAM ST., N. Y.
A Home for $25.
Not only a boms In the fairest section of our
country, but an income nf from S2tn $MiO per
year, whether you locate or not. Drop us a postal for
THE ALAIIAMA VINEYARD COMPANY,
11 Ilruntlwnj, New York Cltjr,
'OOD BIEED HOUSE, futnlsheil or unfitrnTsheil,
VT most sukct and accessible location, all modern
liupiovementa, spacious grounds, coal and gas
ranges; furnace-beatcd, rt mill, from Rector st ;
commutstlon. ilc. dailj. rent moderate Mrs E.
lJUEMMER, 22 Van Sice av., Lowerre, xonkere, N.Y.
TENAFI.Y. N. J.
We have for sale newH rjuui cottage ; all Improve
menta; grounds luo hr 140 ft., shade trees, price.
14,000, sasr terms. For rent cottages at S2S, ISO
and J '.0 per mouth
II. RT11EIILY CO , 271 Bread war, N Y.
Brick and frame dwellings for ale or rent,
7 Kuoms, Bill t4,lHU, Rent .!ll.
m , $4 mo, Sill.
10 , " 7,oiio. " $45.
12 " . " 7.AII0, " 4&.
Morris Heights, station above IllRhbrldge; agent
near ststiou, 01 Andrew Powell, IftM Broadway
li'LEOANT CIIESTEIt'llII.I.. Mt. Vernon. housToii
-Lj best av euue can be bought for $ l.oou above the
first mortgage, value more than double, terms easr.
Address ovNKIt1yili W Hhth at;. New York Clt
TTORSAl.E-'.tltoseville, N J (rluburbaii Newark),
1 3H minutes from Christopher nr Barclay street.
House of nine ronma and bath with ever) tnn
venlencn anil in pertect order OANER, '."o North
rlth street, Newark, N J
1 "111 IT FAllMof 10 acres, bouse, barn, all kinds
truit and berries. SI nnonf fruit barvrsted an
nnally. Also other desirsble farms from r, to r,oo
acres. OHAS. II. HFAUUItl', Hempstead, N, Y ,
corner Mam and & niton sts
'ItEENVWCU hbiiretrontsge. largVhouse. suble,
vJ shady grounds, near depot, yacht club, aeslr
ablo for residence, business, sale, rent, exchange,
J W. ATWArr.lt. 06 Liberty st.
tiOUNTRY 'RESIDENCE. 27 acres- wind-mill,
' svery thing modern. Cost fir. 000: sale i.ooo.
D. BAKEB, Closter.K.J.
glf nt (ffMntf-Out of thf Cit. gUnl Sfnttmt at tht Ci.,.
I YOU ARE INVITED
to come at our expense to Inspect the choice lots which we are offering during September
AT ONE-THIRD REDUCTION.
Your railroad fare will be refunded whether you buy or not.
There has never bi fore been such an opportunity for purchasing the most dealrableof subur
ban borne sites. Hs-kensaik oners mure advanUttea than any other New Jersey town to the
bomeseektr. and tbtso lols aro In Its very choicest section-on the long, graceful slope of Clip,
ton Place, nr on the crest of tbe I oaiitlful Heights. Macadamized streets, stone sidewalks, shads
trees, Jiy water and gas. All lots BtlxUtinr more.
On the Heights,
IDj you know what Hackensark offers tho homeseeker. whether of mndorato means or other
wise The bist schools and health record in the Mate, 72 dally trains, thirty-five minutes from
New York, great natural and art hltectural beauty, an eireptinnsly desirable class of inhabi
tants, unexcelltd athUttn facilities. Including boating and a tin oou golf club, lfyouarna
honteseeler wo hope that you will at least call on us and let us drive yuu over the property, for
It Is an olTur not likely tn be duplicated.
W ear 1 prepared tn tndd you a home sfUryonr own plans.
Onlhorlc and the Susquehanna Railroads. Send for haudsomrly Illustrated booklet about
this ptopeftv. Please tuent on thla paper
a:auOBLE3iTsao xj&jnje oo.,
183 MAIN ST.. IIACKKXSACK. N. J.
Jtotss imrt gvpnrtwcntiJ to tt ut
ttijluit or llnfurnlslmt.
S22 to $28.
JO'IOJS M KS1 O8H1 sr.
Six rooms and bath, hardwood, enamel natns:
sanitary plumbing, nicely d'rtcd'.,hr't.''i'r.
supply, with or without stesm beat, attractive ror
smsll families. 11. B. COCI1EU. 71 Broadtta) or &1
est imth st.
A a a A. A A.
(108 H10B14 Lexlngtonav.. eight rooms 40toSH,
711 St Mark a pi , 7 rooms, all imp
18i I'aa; noth st.. 7 rooms.-all Imp . .2Uloi.;t
H40 nth av.. 11 rooms, all Imp . J; ;
HHKast llfltlist.l rooms, all imp 23to 2 11
120 hast Uth st , il rooms, all Imp
dlti nd av , d rooms . J'1"
4n list lillstst , ( rooms, all Imp '
14UI Madison av., r, rooms, all Imp )
6U East 101st M a and 4 moms, bath. I12andii
H.OOIth. ... ,.,.
Rl 83 St. Mark's 11I , 4 rooms .... IHIsndjiT
llll .Id uv 4 innliis !
aio liist Blh at., 4 r 101ns '''
isnii .id av , 4 rooms , . "
Uousukiepen wantoJ: rent free ami 10ft roonm.
Irandst , near Uov.fr. tinner Oriental Hank.
1 CTH ST.. 2 WEST Large second tloor rooms,
IO modem improvements, bath adjoining, refer
ences. IfiTH ST.. 138-142 East "The Baltimore", extra
U Urite and light apvrtments of 7 rooms, bith
each, steam heat anil hall boys, rent", 4b and tiO.
Apply on premises. -
vjurnijJhft. -Rooms & gipnvtracuts to ;tt
, l.-3U ST., 10 EAST.
nisH clsss bouse, remodelled and renovated
throughout, latest plumbing, privato bathrooms,
fttrnisned Suites, yesrlv lsase, otneis. siutfio rooms,
autliiue furniture, valel. breakfast, telephone.
PRTMnNlSlnTbi " lmpr.ved Dwellings.' 3S2
East 7id st , '-, a and roou a, all light, bath,
laundry, hot and colli water, rent Siit.iSlo -io, halls
Leatsd. FOLSOM HUOlllEUS. wa', Broadway.
L"" ARO E ROOM alid dreslng room, hall room adjoin
ing, toget.ier ur separaie. 33 E. .list, near Mad.
I EX1SOTON V . 371, cor. 41st st.-Furnlsbed
X J rooms for gentlemen.
T'lVINIlSTON PLACE. 18 8TWTVMANT PARK.
Li opposite Mt. Ueorge Church, near 1 1 th st. ery
desirable furnished rooms. ,
)OTU ST,ri2 I--AST Rooms en suite or singly :
' private baths, breakfast optluual, central,
pleasant situation, references
inn gT 4 KIST.- Furnished or unfurnished
UO rooms: sluiete or en suite, gentlemen only,
1 CaTH SI , 21J EAST. Large and small rooms,
'X O closets, bath, housekeeping, 1 Roup.
si est Side.
3Sd ST., 35 WEST. ,
Large baok parlor, newly furnished physician s
omce, other large and small rooms t
A -70 WEST 40T1I HI5. ."
A. A HEllNaCU HOME
for bachelors and families, one elegant Suite lert;
also single Rooms, highest references exchanged.
A 22D ST.. K.H Wl-sr. De-lrable rooms, gentle
. men, or man and wife, two table guests accom
HANDSOMELY furnished rooms with private bath
lor gentlemen, rercrentes. ion West 44th st.
"HANDSOMELY furnished rooms with private
-a. a oam. gentlemen. rcicrmiccw. ." .,."
IENbxAV., 77 (114th) Ono or several connoot
i ing large square outside, excellent location;
conveuiences. furnished or unfurnished.
)1 23 AND2'MNIIATTANA.-r,.iland7 extra
si I, large light notus. bath, hot water supply,
neaiii heat, open nickel plumbing, oak woodwork,
all modern Improvement-, t.v to sin, Janitor
OOU BT. 410 WEST. Desirable large and small
.sJ rooms, ample closets, board optional, terms
moderate, referent es
OQD8T. 257 EST Large and small rooms, house
eiO thoroughly renovated and newly furnished.
OTTII ST.. .18 WEST IJirge and small rooms.
I handsomely turiilslied, every convenience,
moderate terms, sanitary plnmblng.
I CTU ST..2J7W. Handsome aunny square rooms,
40 dresslug room; running wster. Urge closet,
bath, parior dining room, superior table and ser
vice, gentlemen; leferences.
4 TTII ST.," 10 E'ST. Furnished rooms with
I board, table guests accommodated, rcferencea
1 1 TtTII ST, near Loxlngtou av., fine double flat,
X, i-O very low; exi.har.ge lor small property,
CYRILLB CARRb.AU, 2Ji.tlrand at., near Bowery,
1 I mil tT JoS WEST frtvate bouse, near
1 1 1 Morningslde Park; bealtbiost and most ac
cessible part of West Harlem, large rooms, suitable
for one or two gentlemen; terms reasonable; refer
WE AFFORD OPPORTUNITIES of finding apart-
mints (housekeeping. 45-100 monthly,
bachelor. J upward) furnished, unfurnished, with
out answering indellnlta advertisements, r.very
thing luspecttd. have fnll particulars, listen nces
re'riirrd. Highly re. ommended board, rooms, suites,
m'Uy "MANHAr'i AN APARTMENT COMPANY
1 13.1 11 roadway, t(lth).
Ho girt for gujuincuis fiupoues.
A , A.AsA
. ' ' STORES.
Corner Worth and Mott and Chatham Si., store.
srk'cri.-t'.V.nd'th st . large store. Will. Her.
Ssu Bowery, st jre aud cellar large show 'ndows.
7n Bowery, half store and cellar, near Canal at.
134 Park How, store.
48 Eist 101st st., half store and rooms
188 East 110th st . half storo and rooms.
6H 1st av., stors und rooms, near 4bth jt.
CYllILLVl CAItltlU. Agent, Orand st , near
Hovi ery, under Oriemal Baux.
T IIR8T AND SECOND" LOFT, with nse ot ele.
A vator. Jiilioeknisn si., vi r desirable.
IUIANI) k WHITINtl. n Deekman st;
Tt'loW ltESTS-llulldlngs on Heekmau, John,
A Pearl, Water aud South sts
HI LAND A. WMTINO, 5 Beekman st.
"a"l,UlQK, COUNhR STORK, basement and first
A loft on William st., to let
IM'I.AND 4. WI1UISO. 0 Beekman st
11UILDINOS stores, lofts and nfncea, sleep
, tlunally lino list, this aud other desirable loca
tions FOLSOM UltUllIEUS, K3.1 Broadway.
gu-tliinji oupffi tio Tet.
A "LjiousEB nnfi rnlshedsnd furnished, in dssir-
able locations, leut SI 000 to lit.ooo.
I OLSOM BUOl HhltS, a I'. Broadway.
ITOK ItENT-I'urnished, at Orantte. N J , a nindern
X 14 room house with all Improvements sUblmg
for three hoi see If desired, frequent trains toNow
York Address F i BllOft-NINU. WesUlrango, N J
I'jTUSl., 450 TO 4U4 West, nesr Convent av ,
1'JO wido street tl.omi. slso at lfititli at and
sBoiilBV ard Lafa) elte nottliTrest 1 orner. Just abovo
tlrand llbulevard, tbou; finest view In city
fiivtiUnn ilouvffi IVantctU
Y'ANTED-Bv married touple, Montclalr house
s and stablo tn rent, four bid rooms, all im
provements, nesr station, Ad Iress staling reut, T,
Box 174 Siiunlil-e.
Jrnl aintt to (t-xrliangc.
TWO HANDSOME new apartment houses, built by
J dsy'a work, near ii.1d at aUtlon.Wrst, exchange
for private house. Room 703, '.'.', Liberty st,
Newark, N. J., Branch.
ADVERTISERS MAY L1UVE Or.DKIlS AT
794 BROAD ST, WHERE THE SAME OARB
AND ATTENTION WILL BE SHOWN 40 AC
MAIN OFFICE. NO EXTRA CUAUUES.
Citjj Unit Cistntr.
BAROAINS Storo propertv on Westchester av.;
also private H-room house.
hTlllOKr.lt. 308 3d av.. l.-.tlth st.
7?3R SALF.'oil TO LET 3 story brown stone
X house, modern Improvements, 314 West 102d
street mar Ittvetsiile Drive
' 7HY live In a flat whin you can own Housi
' with 10 rooms and bath at less cost." F.i
amine new brown stono front houses on 14Jdst,
west of Brosdwav and w.thln 40 minutes of Wall st.
DARI.INO A- UASSFTT, 1.', Cortlatidt St.
C;.4TH8T. 2 full sire double tenements euTTiotT
ft. rent over S3.. 4uo pcryeal price, SJK.ooo.
OYRll.cECAltREAU, 23 Orand st , near Bowery.
fiQTnST.. 211 EAST.-Prlvate bouse block, rent
vJ'-' st.lou, newly decorated. Caretaker or
A. K MALKAY.lt Wallet.
A 1 1 (1 E. 2r,TH T. -ljirgeand small rooms, excel-
lent board special teima for seasou, central.
MADISON AV.. 87.-lloarders wauted. large and
amall rooms, steam bested, open plumbing,
centrally locatt-d. transients.
MADISON AV.. irt-ir,r,.- llandsnme parlor suite!
three rooms, other rooms en suite or ssparate,
MADISON AV. wo Handsome suites and einzlc
moms, with nrulthaut private baths, breakfast
NEW YORK rO VInrDIRLCTORY.-Partles visit
inc rltj fir Dewey reception desiring rooms
and board applr to
MISS II ANNA Y, 1CH riflhav.. Room f!20.
"I fj ASHLAND PLcn ui-ar Fulton st.-Superior
A s boarj and room, S5, Improvements, uood st
Tf7JTirsT..-i2H EAST."- Dsfrable alngle rooms
J J wlih excellent tioard.
9HTII ST. 107 EAST.-Mcely f 11 rid shed, "clean
l larg.- and email rooms with board, transients
arcommodsted, table boarders.
K9iRVI.NO PLACE (I7TII ST.l-Deslrabie double
J ' and single rooms. 1 xcellent location, tianslente
aciommodated. refetences required.
M get Side.
A. . -ATTKNTION!
Attractive suites, with bath, also single rooms,
with or without board, bachelors' rooms, doctors'
ofllces, referent es.
S. C. I.ELAN1) & CO.,
2 West 3.ld st.
Can find hliih class accommodations, hotol service,
li'th st. aud Central Park West; meals served at op
tion of quests
"1 VT1I ST., r,2 WEST Handsomely furnished
J- suite for pirt, gentleuien or family, also
single room, board
J9D STREET, 21'. W -Desirable moms,reflned;
well kept. French boarding houso, modern
conveniences, Parisian cooking.
VJTII ,T , 218 WEST-nindeome large"and small
TU rooms excellent table, table boardera a:com
modatcd. teima moderate, references.
40TI1 "ST.." 31 Wi:ST.
Handsomely furnished large aud small Roomssprl
vate baths all conveniences; exceptional table
AN EXPERIENCED PERSON having pretty, prl
vate home, lara-e rooms and grounds, offers
board to a lady slightly mentally affected, price
moderate. H.J. M , box Ult, Weatfleld. N.J.
A PRIVATE fannly ran accommodate a few adults
autumn and winter, referenda Address C,
E74 Pallsadoav.. Yonkers
BOARDINO 63 Jefferson av., Brooklyn: Destrable
rooms, all conveniences; hjme table, conven
ient L and surfaoe cars.
WANTED Fur finishers and liners;
only first-class hands need apply. Fur
workroom, 5th tloor.
FRED'K LOESER & CO.,
484 Fulton st., Brooklyn.
Fxperlenced ssmple maker wanted, must be com
petent flower m iker.
A. HE1LBRUN fc CO , (138 Broadway.
A RTIUCHI. KLOWERS-First class'niso makers
. wantod, also a few tidy Kirls to learn. Steadj
vvork. L B. SIMONDS. r,(l Bleeckerst.
A RTIUCUL ri.OWr.RS-Wanled. good rosc ami
J a. llower makers.
BLl'MENTHAL L BTINF.R, I8 Broadway.
EOOKBINDERY-Haud folders auiFsllk stltcher7
WA7 LBS. 101 Fulton st.
1 EXPERIENCED liaml forderT
J KEMPSTER ITU. CO., 117 Liberty st.
J7AN0Y FEATilERS-t'.ood bird mounters, also
-S- makers work given home.
THOMAS H. WOOD CO.. H4D Broadway.
JANCY FEATHERS-Onod hands on fsiic) feathers
wantod, also blrl mnunters
MAMEIT.R, S7J1I) Bleeckerst.
IANCY FFATUEIIS-Kiperiencerl hands uliofu7
1 seers. Work given out. IIOKHKIMKR A Ct) .
1".S Cri.ebv st.
'",v.NC FEATHERS-Wantel.good bird mounters
1 and bunds on fancy fathr
M.UMr.MHAI. A S1INER. H Broadway.
IADY AdKNlh Siintthin; usw. No capital re"
J quirud 1'iysit.al development and health,
Agents must be educated Udiea S I ft week or more.
Call Monday at 10 n"clork, or write any lime, for
particulars. ADIRONDACK BALSAM CO . 121 West
42d st.. New York.
MILLINERS WANTED tn make velvet, cloth and
rancv hats, sieadr employment for competent
hands " Work given nut."
SULLIVAN. DREW A CO . BOO Broadway, city.
MILLINERY Milliners, preparers. Improvers
and learner wvnted, best par and very long
season, II. (IOLDFARII. 704 fo Broadway.
OSTRICn FF.AT11FR SEWERS, also afew" e7
perlenced Poinpou makers wanted. WUIUBUIl
OER A llECHT.r.tbar , cor. Itlth at
OPERATORS on the chambers Folding "jlarhmT
Mchinillhs, 47dWest Broadway.
IMPER BOXES. Ettierienced hands on"glue and
pastojTurs. mum iimi;k. 34a w. amh st.
I'MBRELL'S-Operators wanted at once, steady
work ARNOLD. SCHIFF A CO , 2G." Church st.
WAN1F.D-I00c.lrls" Applj at HECK!-It MILL.
v ;o-,t berry st. New kork, on Moudav.bept.
11, I Mils,
W ANTED -Olrls competent lo do plain aewlngl
Apply to 120 Baiter street
1 ( OSTRICH FFATHhR CURLEItS wanted to
a-IS Ua to Boston, gjod wages rure paid both waja
to first clsss hands Address U, box 11 Harlem Sun
ofllis, llll W UMliHt.
SomrjJtic frrantjJ Wnttttd.
tiUAMllERMAIDS, 40 rooks. 20 laundresses 20
' waitresses, jo kitohcnraalds, 40 1 ooks wbn wash
and iron, 30 laundresses who dochumlier work, 2
chanibermaldaand vraltresies Freni h.Oermansud
ladles' maids, uursrs, butlers, second and third ra n
Coachmen and valets Mrs. I, HKKI.V UN Vst
Twentj sscouit st Servants' entrance, 352 tllh av.
telephone calf. Ih 1 1 lHtli st
riHAMBEKMArDH AND WAITRESSES- Tor El
v beron, Orsiue 'lutedo, New Itocbelle. Isllp,
New London, Lawrenie, Mornsiown snd New totk
City, good wages, references requlrtd Mrs, L.
Hhl'LY. 3',2 nth av
C'llAMDKRMAiD-TiTga toTpoulhampiun, must be
thoiuugjly competent and have rtferencss
Mrs I. Br.ELY. 1j nth av
CiOOK AND LAUNDRESS -Wages 20, to iro to
' Flushing, roll rsnees required. Mrs I, SEFLY,
302 nth av.
COMPETENT LAUNDRESS -Five In family at Hay
V- Sbore.L. 1 , references required. MRS.L.ShELY,
aB'J nth av.
"iOOK, Wages 2. tn go to Plvlnfield. four In
w ramilr references. Mrs. 1, Sl-Kl,t, 312 nth av
5lRST CLASS nrNI)REStogn(Vdsrhurit."L I.
i ttues,$JO, refetences required MRS ISEELY,
3f,2 tllh av
1""'I11ST('I,HB SKi OND lAUMHIFSS-Wsges 120
to go lu Ledarhurst, L, I., lefi rc.ices.
Mrs. I Sr.FL,t52 ethav,
IRL3"wanted oi Heat beid'wo'rk. WM, MASS
VJ 00 , 124th st ana 1st av,
TIvUNDHKSb'aND CIIAMBERMAID for a small
-aj famlL. one hour from New York; references.
Airs. L. BEELY, S62 tjth st. .
gonujjtii- FcrvantjJ Wnnttfl. fH
PltOTAIjiuNDBEaS to'tro toShohola, Pa 1 t?l
wages, I2 references. MIH. L. SEELY, 853 f
fith sv. i)H
1R()TKSTANT LAUNDRESB-To go to Tuxedo ii
Parki wages 12n. four In family; references r- "iU
yulred. Mrs. I. BKELY, a',2 (Ith av, !
SWEDISH COOK.-Wages SCO, to gn to Rvelyn. fral
I.. I., best references required. Mrs. L. SF.KLY, "DaiH
WANTED-Cook and kitchen maid to gv lo Mor- faixH
is rlstnwn, N. J for winter. Wages 30.0l and ,.
114 00. References required Address by letter AaH
W. II. QEAHY. 7J Fifth av New York city. &
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Employment Surcnu?. E
CO-OPERATIVE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU, fl
.131 .Vlnillsiill Avenue, Corner 43il St.
(lovernesscs, companions, household servants. IH
male and femalr, French nurses and maids a ap H
clalty, cooks and waiters for speoial dinners, real H
deuces opened and full staff of servants supplied! IIH
dressmakers aud milliners furnished: day's work of .
all kinds, Including packer and movers. tH
..-.,, Men and women for high , aVI
St. Bartholomew's -
Merrnntllei nil ' )B
Fmnlnvmnnt Professional Positions B
tinjjiujitiuui of a(1 k(ndi ih
Bureau. 3 Kst 4tt t. iNew 'ih
""IB""! Tel 2sa4-3wth su i Yor,k., -jH
IVimtrtt ,tnlcji. ' H
A BltlDlir, nest, active hoy at out 11 to take car H
aV of office aud a t ss messenger, ft 1 2,f0, also an lH
other similar buy about 14 as door boy, 115. H
Address lu nwn handwriting with refeiemes, 'aH
WORK, box 140 Situ orate. H
CIASH BOYS WANTED.-Miist have Heslth 'Buret H
' (ertinrates.aslary. 12 1,0 per week. Apply Mnu H
rtav HAM, stlpt. offlco, MAHLER BROs , Uth av.. H
and dlstst. H
CUIASERs wanted on cane and umbrella handles, H
Addlessur apply W J BRAITSCU it CO , 2-1S jl
Mclruse st , Providence, R. 1. H
poMP()SITORW'ANTED7-StaTe ems set, etc.. !
V weekly, referent es. age, salar) , knowledge of IH
snlicitiug. riortiug. press wutk. Jobwork, etc.l 1
country vveekl) B n 12, Sim officii. ,JH
JOVEUNMKNT POSITIONS - Don't prepare for M
VJ any civil service orcoususexaiiiiliatlon wlthvuft 1
seeing our catslnue of information Sent frea. ..
COI.l MIIUN I ORUKSPONDE.NCE COLLEGE. Wasll
INORAVI.RS on book cover stamps and letters! H
-i must le good ivorLmeu, steady position and
goolwsgcs ART LNO. CO, 1311 Mil av, M
fxTLITirsALVSMKN'wANTED-References. Ad- J
I dteis, Box H.btatlon l. City. IH
CALESMEN fin all lines of busfness (splendid sln H
J linei to si 11 our calendars' ICO dlffersnt styles, Mfffl
newest, lstest )iatterns, lust tbe thing customers want,
o per ci tit commission. Many of our men give
their entire time to our line and make from $75 to
$12", even- week, guaranteed best side Hue ever iBfl
offered. Write promptly with references. AMrRX
C'N NOVELTY CO, Cincinnati, O. jH
(JUEET moS WORKFRS ai-custnmed tn ftirnaos H
work silled at O M. MURPHY'S, 43 New Cham l
bera st, H
CILVFHSMITIIS wanted nn smairwork. H
O Apply DEITM'H IlltOS.. 1 4 E. 17th at. tM
'PHI. LEADING CLOrlllN i HOUSE In New Or H
I leans, will place its Custom Xallorlng Depart H
msnt iu the hands of a competent mini; man, with H
abillt,aud smsll csiital to advcitise the depart- H
ment on an equal division of profits statu full H
experiente and referenie tethniral experience not jH
neoessart ddrcis, VANCE, No. 720 Market sU
Philadelphia, Pa IH
WANTED A successful salesman, having larg H
II acquaintance through Statu of New ork, but H
not exteedlng 30carHOf age, by Ati old established jnH
house, l'arty must have extra trood education, with JjM
flrst-i lass referen es and fatuil connections. Good H
opening for the right party ddress, stating age, B
edueation and busiuess experience in detail and H
ES1ABLIS1IED, P O. box H22. New York City. jH
WANTED Bojs over sixteen years old. Apply W H
' uo Baxterstient H
W ANTFD Experience! mattress makers and M
ii siiriug setters Apply t lit) Baxter street. H
' ANTED Harness flttera on tins work. TOMP
KINsAMANDf.VILLE.U Vtardst Newark.N.J. H
WAN 1ED. Ahrst class horseshoer. nreman, 1m- M
v medlatel). Apply w Essex st., Newark, N. J. 1
rOUNG BOY. Stenographer and office, assistant.
1-, box Itil bun olhce.
1f( "AtlKNTS AND C.NVA8SKRSto Bell Patrl H
XUU otic Window Decoration for Dewey Celebrav H
tion. Not a portrait This Ih a great opportunity, 1
Every store and dwelling will have them. Ibeysell
onslght. DEU1 LllliO CO , 7S so Beekmsu st. H
I fill AGFNTS and canvassers to sell patrlotl- H
I J J window di i wiations for Dewey celebration. M
Not a portrait. Thla is a great oppnrtunity; every 1
store and dwelling will nave them: they eell on IH
tight. DEU1. I.1.HO. CO . 78 and HO Beekman st, jB
Situation, tVanttd -f rmalw. H
ACCURATE TYPEWRITING OFFI CE, out. rooder H
-- ate rate, expedltlousseritce, work guaranteed, BlF
BTnNO.HAPllElt, .'HO Broadway, N ... Boom 401. B
pHAMBERM AID -Willing to assliTt with othsr ,H
v work. Raises ftIS: bjst references, II, McO, box
,".7B Sun uptown offlie, UUfi Broadway.
pHAMBnitMAIDS AND W AITRESSES.-ftltl: com
v- jietent, best refinuccs, R. O.M.. box 5711 Sun H
uptown onlee. l.tir, Broadway kH
riUAMUI.RMMli AND 8EMblRE8S Thoroughly M
V' coiiipeteut. best roiereucos. M, W,, box -8- H
Sun uptow n otbre, Uilr Biosdway. H
COMPETENT NURSE AND 8E.MSTBE88, city or H
couiitr , go itl leferences. E. K,, box &&b Sun H
uptowuuttice, 12tin Broadway, H
(iOOK Wages $JO, tinderstamls her work thor- H
ouglili , best references. H M , box GSO Sun up M
town offlie, r.tir, Broadwai- H
7"ibMPKTKNl COOK, willing to do some laundry H
v wurk. waes ft-O. good references M.McCbox
r.m Hun iiptowii office, 1285 Broadway. H
Illisr CLASS COOhVWagea t&rcTexcsllent refer IjH
enecs. L. It , box t72 Sun uptown office. I-t)5 B
IIMRSTCIASS WAltRF83-Understands serving M
- wluss. liiakin. salad, dres.lngr carving, etc,;
references c, M , box .7& Sun uptown office, 120-
Broadway. t H
Ci OOD FAMILY COOK. Iludorstanda roasting M
' meats, making s nips, dcserls, etc., good refer H
ences, K K. , box r,77Sun uptuwn odlee, 1ij& Broad H
LAI NDR1.-S ANDCHAMBERMAID-Understands H
shirts, i ollars, cuils, etc., best leferences, N. fH
R . b ii r.n i bun uptunu office, 13(15 Broadway, M
MAID TO LADIES or grown children; competenti '
good seamstress, iiest rsferences. D. 11 , bog
574 Sun uptown office, 12o', Br.iadway.
JURSE-COMPElENT tor grown or amall ehll H
-N dren, good rerrremes. J, A,, Box 558 Sua 1
uptownoftlce, 1205 Broadway. 1
CWFDI811 KnCHENMAID-Wages, $1(1; eompe H
O tent, best re-terences. A. J., Box 557 Sun up M
town office, 12im", Broadway. l
fi'HOHOIIOULYCOMPETENTlufsnt's nurse, under H
i stands the entlrn tare, best references. V. B
Box 65 I Sun uptown offlie. I2if, Broadway, H
''HOKonillI, I OMPC1 1'.NT Kn.lishlsdles- maldj 'H
1 wages $.T, cood referent es. N B , box 571 H
bun uptown othre, 12U5 Broadway H
WAITRFSS Wages ft.-, can take a butler's placet M
it L.no I r fereui es. A, K , box 57fl Sun uptown n
offlco, 1-Hfi Broadway
YOUNG GIRL would Hie tn do chamberwork and H
assist wltli children, willing and obliging; ins,
smsll private family
1 .1.1 West .nth st .ring janitor a bell.
.Situntion? Wantrd nalfu.
TO PRIIVTEIIS. J
A first diss pressmsn des.res a permanent position! U
half tone work and overlay outtlug a specialty, can
run any press flora Web down or will take charge v
Address II s. A , box 1 ml, Sun office. tH
AlOl'NG MAN would like a situation aa driver of ,'B
adcllvirj wagon nrporte" in wholesale or retail 1
store not straid or hard work or long hours. f 1
J FOSrtlt 3414 Park av., bet. lnSth.klH7thjt. 'f 1
BOOh F.DOhMAUUI.KU wants situation, first class 1
workmsn k 1
Address M. 0. 8TKW ART, 1A7 Fulton st. .. 1
B BIG 111 BOY ill law office, one living uptown 1 tl
lireferred, wages ft3. S It, box 158 Sun office. jj
I 'ARPEN I Ell Single, looking fur snv kind of wore' '
V In jobbing or steady poslttou, JANITOR, 718 E. "
-''"' , i
CiOCIIMAN.CO0K Marrlediouple.Engllsh.thor , I'
' uiiciily undirtand their dtitlee In all branches! , ,
first class written and personal refsrenees V A
II D , 4.1 Qreenwlch sr. , I
INGI.NKER. Firm., general repairs, stesm ana 9
- gas fittlsg, wag, a moderate. B, 4(5 Crown at. ': i
Brooklj ii ' '( !
l.iH7 CLASS GARDENPR desire's place In gentle ' I.
I. man a house, city or country, handy with .
tools first-class references, ELIASON, 73 West
101 st I
MANAGLR OR RA1.ESMAN-A man who has had '
If, vars" experience lu the reta 1 shoe business jl
would like a poiitloti as uianager or salesman la m
shoe store, ddrs box .oo. Sun office I
T EWSI'APEH MAN of ten years' practical expert- . L
-v erne on i itv dailies wants permanent employ ft
inent on stsff or in i barge of small dally or weekly
ot.tsldii New York Wagesas low as 111 Seeks lit -ill
piis.tlou, not big money Expert printer, competent
to inaiui Job deparimi-nt. advertising, circulation. Fj
Higli elsssrepoit.i and able editor. .Married, sober, J
trustworthj DIXIE box 204 Sun office. l
I 'Mllltrl IAS -A position as superintendent or 'H
t msnaserof an umbrella factory wanted by a,
man fully rmnpett nt with first-class references. ';
Address UMUHKljLAS. box Inn Hunofflce. A
WANTED-Posltinn as Chef, American; S3 years 'I
I' old versed In French menu, lu or out of il
tuwn. Address .1
W N 220 W est 1 23d st , New York, it
'OVNG MAN Swiss, wants position as'aaststant 'il
Jsnltor or lull! p rler In hotel or private it
house ri-fereme. W 4 STADI.IN, box 1(J Bun 'A
upl 'wn ulliec. IB i Broadway, 'ii
VOING FNGI'SIIMAN would like posUlon as U
I valil nranv p sitimi in pilvate family. Best j!
of refeieoce Address Y, Box 11(1, Sun Uptown, j!
12c,1 Broadwai, . V
YOUNO MAN, deaf, wllllni, position, cspsbls. A
LONG. 211 West 104thsL j
VOUNG MN, T", desires a position In a stock
J- broker's office, experienced. IddmsIL.b.sUT
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