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THE SHOEMAKER A SOCIAL REFORMER
Careful observers state that Americans are improving in temper, in manners, in physique.
The presence of average people?especially women?is better.
Shoes have much to do with this result. They are vastly
improved in comfort, which sweetens the temper. They
are cheaper. Average people can wear better Shoes. An
essay on Shoes would be worthy a first-class Magazine.
Of all the arts that touch personal comfort, grace, well being.
Shoemaking is the most progressive. Not our affair to create
a literature of Shoes. Our business to produce and sell them.
We are constructing a Shoe Store, establishing a Shoe trade.
Important news to-day
CONCERNING 13,000 PAIRS
WOMEN'S SHOES,
that go on sale
This is about lines of Shoes that are entirely new and diff?rent
from any others heretofore shown in our stock. Our difficulty is
to get plain truth believed?especially the truth about Shoes.
New York has been fooled so often with fairy tales?price compan?
ions that are purely romantic?that the plain advertiser, desiring
to express only such facts as would satisfy old Gradgrind himself,
has trouble to get a hearing. Hut our audience widens daily.
AT $1.25. WOMEN'S OXFORD SHOES. We know of twenty
dealers that are getting $2.?50for the same now. A few sell them
at $2.
They are made of ("?oat and Foerderer's Vid Kidskin: colors,
black, chocolate, tan and ox-blood; toes from extreme points to
moderate broad.
this morning.
AT $1.75, WOMEN'S OXFORD SHOES. The same are now sell?
ing throughout the New York retail trade at 13.50and *?-.
They are of Calfskin and Kidskin, some of the latter with
?loth tops: colors, black, tan, brown and ox-blood.
AT $l.')0, WOMEN'S BUTTONED AND LACED SHOES. The lowest
price for them elsewhere that we can find is 13. Some much
higher.
They are of Goatskin and Kidskin, some of the latter with
cloth tops. A large variety of colors.
Our Shoe critics arc competitors. They say we are "fools"
to make such prices as we advertise daily. The public is the
judge. Be assured that unworthy Shoes find no refuge here.
JOHN WANAMAKER
Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co., Broadway, 4th ave., 9?1 and Kith sts.
ITriuiellcrs' -Qotcl Pocket ?f-ni?c.
"nil? list appenre Mnlriv?. Wednredavs and Saturdays.
UTILS
?" t leaTiptt.e Booktwta, Information, Circular?., Klvin?
Railway connections. &?*.. of any Hotel below, call or
ad ttmlt i., nd si..in;.
D?ap?osD YffiPutfff 1Eqc^???igoj,
i 63 I if i h Ai?., Htm York;
{ WO K-iten? St.. \* !.d?.n.
( 24S Itu? de Rivoli. Parla.
DOdDlTEIL PdDdBO-ilEir (gQflDnDE.
GRATIS.
(A. P. mean? American Plan, E, I". European.?
ASiiiKY park, N. .1.' >leman Huuae, worn op-?n
BATH BEACH, I.. 1.Argyle Hotel, open all >?-.i
BALTIMORE. Md.Hotel bUffor?4, B, P.. $l..*-0 up
do.Hotel R.nn-rt. R. 1?., 11.80 up
ROSTON. Ma??.H..tel Vend?me, A. P.. $6
do. . .C?.?.lev Sq. Hotel, K. I'., |1.00 up. A. P., J3.Su up
RHIST'iL. R. 1.DWolf Inn open?, June 1
BROORLTN, N. T.Hotttl St. Ge..rKe. K. P., ?1; A. P.. ?3
..--.ii ?'.in ??? Hotel, A. 1'., P up
PIRE ISLAND ... . s.rf II (el and Cottage?, n.? up?-n
N. V I'ffi. e, T \vn?en.1 RtllllinK. Hroa.lwav &. 2SU St.
FISHER'S ISL.NIi. s y.The Mui.naiawket, a. 1'., 88*90
GT. BARRINOTON, Maaa.... Berkshire Inn. A. 1?.. $3 up
1>'.\'. BEACH .Loo? Beach il ?tel. now open
IIIDDLETOWN springs. \'T .*;'? ?? If-intvert. no? ?en
Mineral Spr'nic* and SCIENTIFIC WATER CERE
MARRAOAN8ETT PIER, R. 1.. .Rockir.zham. A. P.. $.'?
do.The MaaaatN-.lt, now iff.i
NEWPORT iW. Inland. Jr.1. ...Ocean House, n ? pen
NEW YORK.Fifth Avenue Hotel, A. P.. $.">
do.Hotel Sutherland. E. P.. 12: A. P.. $.'.
do. ..?Chas. A. Da via? Hotel S' ?.n?!re?v. E. P.. 81.80
do. ...OH. B. Rarrv. N-w St. ?Cloud H.t-?1, K. P.. $1 Mi
?ko fW, Johnson Q^lnn? H.tel Empire K.P.Jt. A.I'.$3
do. ?123 w .luth, n'r B"way) Tue Parker, U <?.. $1.80 up
PHILADELPHIA, Pa.The Al.line ?..-.et. a. P., 18.60
do. (Restaurant a la cartel N'?*. Ijfa>?tte. E.P.. $1 up
Qt'EIlEr. Canada.chateau Erontenae. A. P.. t.T.'i?
RICHMOND Va.The Jeffetmnn \ p.. fft up; E. P.. $1.S0 up
ROCHESTER. N. Y.WhltcotOlb II u?e, A. P.. 12 up
FIIFXWT.vriY. N Y.Th-? Edlaon, A. P.. $2 .'?" up
t*T. O BORGE, Btaten laland Tt ? ?'astl-ton. A. P.. ?4 up
FT. LOL18, Mo..LttKjell Hotel. E. P., $1 up: A..P fjS.BOnp
PYRACCsE. N. Y.Yate? Hotel. E. P.. 81.80; A. P.. $4
TROY. S. Y.The Troj* H.'.iiw, A. P.. $3 up
?CTICA. N* Y.The Ruit-rfleld. A. P.. ?3 K. J'l
?WASHINGTON-, D C.ArllntftOB II ?el. A. P.. ?.'.
do.The Raleigh. E. P.. $1 80 up
WATCH HILL, R. I.Allante Hotel, no? op*ri
<1o.Plimpton Hotel, now open
do.l?.rkin II.ii?e. now r.p?n
WHITE MOT'VTAIVS. Profil- House, n?.w o?..-n
Stimmer Arsons.
(EffiAKHT DflGDD
S)
JEPERDON HEIGHTS. CATSR ILL N. Y.
An Ideal family reaort; accommodai-? Six); elevated,
?Tool; excellent table: good Wheeling and fl'hlng; or.heatra
and all amuvm. i ti, aeasut? rat-a \ery moderate.
GRANT ft CORNELL. Pi pa.
(LdDK9(a UE?dBOfl DO?DTEtt.
AND COTTAGES. NOW OI'EN.
4f) nili'.ir.-s from New York via U I. R R.
NEW BOULEVARD FilR DRIVING AND BICYCLING
COMPLETED TO THE HOTEL.
NEW SANITARY PUMPING THROt'GHOUT.
A. E. DICK LESSEE AND PROPRIETOR.
1/JNG IJK.V H. It. 1.
C??8NLL ?M.'II^MTA^ KWS?j
CATSKILL N. T.?NOW OPEN.
SPECIAL RATES POB .Il'I.Y,
114 TO $17.00 PER WEEK._
MCRFIELD SnmCS, ?9. V.
IT. ?AMES KITEL, 1S t;S;r?
Excellent i.'f'.itim .?la'ioti-? ol m??lerate rates.
KtDITEL EARLlMGTOM
E'.ecan? ir.d thop.UKMv modern LAROEftT AND REST
APPOINTED HOTEL IN* RICH Pi ELL ??PRINQB.
r r u ? pamphlet ratea, ? I ad ??--?.
K M EARLE A m ?N
.' .? I: Bancale*. (Late I Bprlnj H? lae)
M. F Mo? n .Late of ?larden City H.tel,.
HflW ?ffi^BOD DOdDTTEIL,
V.l:?-TERN CATBKILL MOCNTAINS.
A-MOmmodatei ?.??o. NOW OPEN. Special low rates for
July ai.d S-;.i.-mber Only hot ?? or mountain top with
direct ralli.ad acceaa.
THI'.'.i'CH I"\?I.('P. CARS TO HOTEL GRGCND3.
ELEVATION 8,888 PEST POUR H?r?CR8
irtin N.iv-y. ik lend for l-scriptUe circular.
' ? ?. J CORNELL,
I - " Ut?. P O. Plater C... N. Y.
1.EP.KSI?RF. IHI.LS. WILL! AMSTOWN. MASS.
OPEN l STIL "' "' )BER ."?'?
PEUOHTPVL IN 81 M.M?:R AND AUTlTaTN. Games.
8 ?-- i: Wtte, .x ? Il m rua?!? Illu.-tiated rlrulara mailed.
\..\i.\?. a: lElaUBR, Maaninaa
?a " : GlJDOO
AND EIGHT COTTAGES l.KHSAll! 'S'. 'ILLS, N J.
Optn M iy la? t., Nji. Ut. S5 mile? from New-York, on
X?.. L a.id V.. R, H.. \la Harrlay or Chrlatoplier-at. ferry.
A baanllful lummer ree rt. M?.r? attracHv? thla af??on
thanevor. AltltuJ.. HOo feet. GEO XV. TL'TTLK, Manager
AMU RY ?ARK, N. J NOW ??PEN.
Direct:* on the lie;, ?. Tt.? leading hotel in every re
?P'ct Elevator. MORCAN & PARSON'S.
WAVMAWAV D?2IC1,
DARUNOTON. DEAL BEACH K. J
"COOLEST si'?T on THE '"AST." situated in a
gratr? of lar^'. ? Ueat au-rf bathing. Ho?iem ap
i ? ? :.*?. . i -i: ? ? ipfr al :?
KRKIiERI?* A. JONES. Manac-r.
IE I SNMCS, 55. V,
spring iicrsi: t, laths
will RXMAIN OPEN UNTIL ?OCTOBER eipst as
USUAL. T. R PROCTOR.
LLdDK?l^ ffi?MMK!,
UNITED states HOTEL
?i? BAN PRON1.
fie,?^? famllv and iian?l?-iit hotel p..;.<w.na?)le r?"?
Il!'ie?rat?d Booklet, A.ldi,?? J C Van CLEAP, Prop
W<DW GDflDtiaD?
T F S'l.l.i'-'K. MANAORR.
See TIMM Datei I.X.'Ur?loii Column.
BJ8 ).-;i??(? ran n. ? i I? rtlraCI 10 anl I.u.e ?heir Wl.ee.?
chtckr.i ai Manhattan B??ta H?t?t_
tl-'S^BCItToN R] THE SEA.
A*!- SIRING I.AKF. N 3.
?^ Opt.-? f. ? ':"? ?"."?'. June 12th.
M K. LtTCilY.'OP.TH.
Slimmer Resorts.
PEQUOT HOUSE AND COTTAGES.
XF.W-l,OM)0\._ COXX.
"A rtel'e-htful .v.inl.in.nlon of seash we ar.d country lift
at the l'cquot."
III.WCHAKft ?1 IIM.KH.
_THE HALCYON,
MILLRROOK. Ll'TCHES-** CO.. N. Y.
NOW f.ll'KV Has.;-, a-. ?s-ille. I'niqu? In design.
?iffers all th* ?ttrattiora, comfort?, an?! ai-.-ommn.!atli*n?
j of a Brat-claaa etty botel. Perfeet cuisine, rlectrtc light.
I private and public bat ha, golf links. Ideal bicycle roa.l?.
Music thi-e itmea ?lui:?. Pamphlets un application. 11.
H. ROBERTSON JR.. lYini-m.
ISH3AM ?!?, H.Y.
i PAVIUOH ?TEL ?SI JURE IS.
JOHN H. GARDNER A SON.
OPEN JUNK 1ST TO OCT. laT.
B. P. SHARP. Prop
LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE StLPHt'R BATT1
I ING ESTABLISHMENT IN THE U. 8.
_pamphlets <jy appli?:attox._
DR. iTKiMC'S 8A?8ITARI?H,
SARATOGA SPRINGS. N. Y.
j F??r health or reereatloa. Appointments of a flrst-riais
| Hotel. Elevator, Roof ITotnenade, Suites with bath.
Masasaje, Electricity. Turkis),. Russian and all bath and
i health appllaneea. Adirondack air. Saratoga ?raters,
, Splendid Wheeling. Bend for Illustrate.! I'lrrular. Also
i Announcements f r 'li" of Entertainment Eventa Tourna
1 menta, Bicycle Paths. <;<.|f. Bhort Excursion?, -t?
SsiiPSQUGDg]Sia
Bperlal Term? per Week or Besann.
VYOOLLET * OERRANB, Pi-oprletota,
Sara.t?igi? Spring?. N.-w Y.,rk.
ADIRONDACKa
TTLfa? ?ooo[p?iPsaiDDaDi
on lower BARANAC LAKE.
THE GEM OF THE ADIRONDA-CXS.
10 houra from N. T. City without changa.
Golf Links and additional attraction!.
C. M. EATON. Ampersand. Franklin Co.. .V. T.
&0D0l,u(M[M:M1 M(DQJ]?Ea
KEENE VALLET, NEW yoke. "
s. KELLEY, Manager
Aeomnrvlati-s ?_?i.,. Hot and cold ?rater, ?lectrlc hells.
bathe, o|. Areplae??, latest sanitary ayatem. Small or?
, iieMra. Table liist-.-lass. Hunting ainl li-l.inii In S'*a?...n.
Inuatrated ho klet .,n nppl|.-atl.?n.
VDIROXDACKk.? The Belmont, I??.!.? Placid. N. T. ?
Entiigiv new. First aeaaon. Large, airy roon ?
Reautlfu v.--.v of Laha I'la.-i.i. Peraoni aflllcted with
pulmonai-v trouble? will not l,e ?atertalaed. H. ?'.
11: INK LE i':- p
VrUKoNDA'KS NORTONS ON STONY. SI h e-ason;
Leer. Speckled Tiout. Hates per w*ek. Bf <>0 to
?TOO. Ni-nl for F?il?ler NORTONS ON STONY. P. O.
Cfcaaea L*ke. N. T.
/ 1 IIAXIl ATLANTI? HOTEL
\JT An elegant raw hotel.
V'rglnta-ave. and the Beach. Atlantic Cltv. N. J.
Hilariously appointed. Every nioi?rn convenience. Pas?
senger elevator to street. BOO beiiiilifnl BUltei ha.lng two
and six windows ea n. Many with baths attache.1. Tha
terms are reasonable. Write fur booklet, showing hotel,
diagram < f city. etc. < oach m-i-l? ail train? Parlor
orcheatra. CHARLES E. COPE. Proprietor.
R AULAH HOltP..
PATCHOOXTB. L. I.
OPEN UNTIL <x"T. 1ST.
Flrft claaa family resort. Boating and Rathlng.
GEO T RII.ET.
r??nE ?AY VIEW HOTSE.
SHELTER ISLAND HEIGHTS. N T.
The most delightful Resoil along the coast. Send for
circular. \V. M IIAIGHT.
THE STRATFOPD.
Atlantlc ilty, N J.. corner Kentifky-ave.? directly
on the beach, with full view of <>? 'an fron e\erv ro-.ni.
Urge aun parl-.r. overlo. kin* the Boardwalk: ?-leva'.nr;
?i.nltary plumbing. Hat?s fl.00 M *4 ??? pi-r day. Kuro.
?ran pun, ?.-ftf- attaihfil.
THE TREMONT SEA OIKT. N. J.
SPECIAL BUMMER BATES.
I)lr?"-:!v OS ?he Ileach, vvtry r?,m an ocean view; mod?
ern conveniences.
I. 0, HINKBON.
(Tonntrn Dotiri)
MOUNTAIN VIEW PARM. Boarwrj unvxreiled, eleva?
tion 2.IHJU feet, iargc a.ri loams. plaaaant walks and
drives For furthei particular? addrvaa M.m PANNIB
ORADT, Danby, Vermont
Proposals.
AQUEDUCT ?COMMISSIONERS* iil-IHK,
ft th L-i ?? Stewart Building, No. 2Ho Broadtrar.
NVw V?.rk. July l?ih. ItsuT.
TO ?'ON TRACTOR?,
Bins or, p.HOPOSAL?i for doing the work
ar.d furatshlas th? maii-r.a'.?. OBlled for In the i,p.
... at roatraei bo? ?-r Bl? In th? onV? I "-??
\ a . t i- mmlaatvmers, for ronatruetlng retaining
? ? is : ry an?l ..tl.er ma- inrT. and d'un? .the- w >rk p r a n
in? thereto ?ear si..:- No 9b oi t:.> New Ootoa Aqueduct
in th? CHy ?! N-'-? ?for?*. ?Ml ?"- r" ' '''! ?'' l!''" l,m '* ,m,!l
iVEDNESiiAY. AH-.iS? 4. lst'T. ?I S o*eloch P. M.
nn.i ihev all! ih- publicly opened by lb? Atjueduat Oom
mlssloners as s?>?-n tlnreafti-i Bl possible, ant tha aw.-r-l
,,f -.,^ contract f.r .i-.tnv: ?al! warh ami furnlahlng said
mateii?la Will b? m-"li- by ...li ?',initn:iu-lon?rs us s'?on
thereafter as pr?ctlc?tl?
Blank forms ol fe-aaI? 1 approved contiact. and the ?peel
Oratlona thereof, ainl bMa or pr p?sala and proper ?n
". .-. for their enclosure, forra of bonds an-i ail other
inf'orma?i..n can ba obtained at -he abov? oSTe? of the
Auueduc? c .nimis?! :,ers , n appllcatloa to Hie S-.-re?ary.
It? . i mi '?'. tha Aqueduct CommlMlonera
\U JAMEfl '? IM'ANE. President.
ii. , nls* of tna A.|ii."u?-i i ?linn
\*S ,'AMKS i
BOWAXD L. ALLEN, Sa raun
K1P.E LEl'ABTMENT,
IM East 67th Street.
New Y.rk. July IS, ISBT,
taJOTICE.--Proposals are sdrertlsed fur in the
*' cu> Retasrs, ?? b* racrtred until lo.-w) a. m. on
?he 2Sth Ins!., for furnl?hlng anthracil? coal to ?he Fir?
Depart rasni.____^_______^__?_
N'OTICE i:?lil"?l,,s ?-W lOralaVlsiasg -"?ilil1!?' ?'""?
rip rap at part under contract N . .aSO. will he re
,.,vr<] i, i , i?, i n'lii' ' ?< ? i? ? k- at i*i?o "A." Battery
i'ia?-e, N. H. until 12 e'eloeh .... luguai 3d,
|v.,7 y.., partleulara ??? ' ??>' it..1
N'OTICK. i-'.-tiii'-"'"- :"?' repairing ibe plat
.' na ?I th? f""' "f ????WUh i.v.-nue [liiilem River, ?
lU-Saf ' ntraet No "''-"? *1!1 '"? "-? -U-I b> th? h'-partinent
,.f i.,?k?i ?i Plei "A," RatUri ,iac? N n. until 12
??dock i. - n. Tuesday. Auuu.t 3id, 1M>7. l'or pai II,'uUi. I
ara cuy It?- . 1
N
proBotalf
f?TIl K. ?-Ti?Ttiinn-ii for har? ware." t?oK
w.I?n wart, rubber K""ds, paints, oils, p pe, cord?
age, si-an? attinga .n.i machine ahop auppllea, win ha re.
.??..< I l.y the Department of Dncki until 12 o'.-lo.k MOB,
Augnet :i. 1887, For particulars, aee City Record.
N
JOTICE. I>iiin:iirs fur |n*f?|i;ir!ii(' tor and
building a new pi?r near the foot of Rank atreet.
North River, under ronttraet No. 888, win Im woHwd t.)
the Departmem of Docki at p|*r "A," Hatterv Placo,
N. R . until 13 o'clock n ?.n Friday. July ."oil?. I88T. F.r
? m ''.ciliar? ?ce City Re. ord.
?.
s. i:\i;i\i:i:i: OFPICK, Mxxompj BalMiBC
N-w 1. ?; ! n. i*..i,n.. luoe ;*?, l?.'.?7. 1?; posais for
Inilldlnif ??..iri (emplacement! and a Mining ?'?.semate on
Plum laland, N. v.. will be .ivea until noon, July 881h,
l".<?. and H..o opened. For Infirmai Ion apply to SMITH
S. LEACH. MAL. KNURS.
SEPARATE sijil.il proposais, In ?lnjiliciti?. i?n
* ''orM'.i i.,...,:? for "ii ..f TnwN' and TNadglng,"
n ; ilvetjr, at r. s. Nary Tard, Brooklyn, N. v.. will he
rtt-celved at the Bureau ..f Yard? and Dncka, Nary Deport
m. n:, Washington, D. '*.. until I o'ctork p. m. on Sutur
?lav. .In:. 81, 1??'..T. and publicly opened Immediately- there
after, si--, ,fi.-at'. n.? and blank foruai of prmioaat will t>.?
forwarded upon application to the Hureau or ('ommaixlanl
??f the N?\> Yard, Brooklyn, N. V. Bidden are expected
to tally inf..no themaelve? of the character of the work
reijulr-d by visiting the navy yard, where plans mav he
examined, and, ,f nscaaary, th.-ie ..tcained. E. O,
MATTHEWS, Chief of Bureau. July 17. 1?*.?7
Qrtcnrsions
\jKrm*S\r^s..
Manhattan Beach.
Trains leave POOT EAST 84TH ST.. week ?lavs, H.V).
flfKi. ":40 tt:2u. 11 mi A. M., I2:li>. and half hoiirh from
1:10 to .1:4??. 8*08, and half hourly fr..?n 8:?M 10 M <?' P. M
KXCI KSIOX TI?KKTS. 40 < KXT?*.
Trains leave WHITEHALL ST. week .lav?, h.urlv
from 8:10 A. M. 10 1:H?, and hilf houil? from l:?W to
8:10, 1():1U P. M. Additional train Sat. U'-M P. M.
i:\ci Hsiox TICKBTS, 4T, < i:\rs.
ROCKAWAY BEACH.
Train? leave E. :uth st? N. Y.. ?ve-k .lav?. 8:?M,
.?.. 8:10, 10:30 K. M.. 12:90, 1:20, 2:30 8:80, 4:i>. B-J0,
'.", 7:20, s l?.. :? to P. M. Additional Iraln? Haturdaya
rily, 1:50. 2:.'??, :? H) P M.
KXCI ItSION Tl< KI'.TS. lO CB1ITR,
CONEY ISLAND.
CI I.VKK IIOITK.
Trains Pave ft WHITEHALL ST., \la Ray Ridge.
w?u .ii.vt. and solid.!?, ni'?, and half hourly from 10:10
A. M. t. 10:10 p. M. i.'i-t train learea Conei laland
11:83 P M
i:\ri RBIO? TICKRTB, -i.-? (i;\Ti.
LONC BEACH.
Trains
so, i" no, lo ?
.',.?, ??..v.. i.
week da>?, KiiO,
8:50, 1:.'?". '. 20,
'HE W0RL?-FAM0US PLEASURE GROUNDS."
A d?ll -taltal tall on fast
ii il ?uni ta 'I wo
lixl to?i..rt? ?tail; ,
lUk-nil.? int foliaga,
rat- plant', and boftl*
rullsir.it wonder*. An
uii?inoled menagerie,
MgnlAr. lit aviar.? ,
ma... i.. : ii aquarium,
?*r.toi Uiuaenni, all
FREI . lo lllllli- I.|. II
Mund Clam bake,
Dinner? a la ?art?..
"Kitin Dantachiand."
'"il..? Ti.iry." B Jt
liut. bathing*. fi?tmio,
bowliii;.? und billiard-.
Titaa TAHir?anutasaa Laara
ro-iitsiifi!. ii. ? ? at, ?.a*, I ft, n?? i(.,.:ny.i.'(,!<?,
':..? .jo, l I? M -a I I.. |t? II ..o.i.ii . ..? .??-. o-??*, 11.1?
a. M.. il :?,i i,l -?'. tie, t?ef u BaaiaMfM, (.sa, ie.it
? , II ? M. ::.?.,? . 7 .?*. *.1 .. ?.is, .1.? I?. X l.r?*.*?
I.I..VIM.IMI ..00 ? M. '.. IMS? ?ni? ..I ?I.1ISI. 11 I? A M.
::..?. M. 1 .. p M ' - i'?." t? II ?1 ?"?'. ', ' I ?. ?? S, ?. r. 8,
lar all i?r,.un?, ?:t'K. h..?i? -i Mut?
K\?'l KSION M CKMTI,
lu. lu.Hi.L- Ailmlsaiiin t<> all At? motions.
WESTPOINT, NEWBURGH
& POUGHKEEPSIE.
?ram? DAILY EXCURSION (EXCEPT BL'NDAT)
i.v palace iron hay une steamer*
"Nnv rORK" and "ALBANY."
From Brookiyn Fulton St. (by Annex). I A. M.
N-w V rk, |e?hro??es Si. 1'ier.8:10
" New rot*, Weal ".'2d St. Pier. I?
R< ? . ni .in- In New York .".."..? P M
HORNINQ AX1. APTKRKOON CONCKRTB.
(Tican ftcnmrre.
tBO?DME i^?EDSOOO?0 ??D.
DBUORTFCb Oi.I'AN TRIP3.
Only dlrerl line for tCMtag? ?My. Ma?-., and l'on "?".
Me. Slerim-r? aa.l ?v'iy week-day ex-ept We?lne??lay
fr. m Pier X.. I\ I R.. at 5 P. M. Vmtmimr. Thm-ilay
and ?alurdav ?earner? ?t? p at i.'uit?|{e cm en mute:
the new s. -I **le.lin Englbr tails M ndayi and Friday?
for Portland P1RIVT. ( ):.n?c?l..na made for Par Harbor.
Old Orrharl. 1'ol.inl Sprln?,-. White Mountain?. St. John,
N R.. ?n.l All Kasten, ?ummer resrirt?. gteawer? fitted
with ewrv n??>rn ou r.? emenl f.- romfor? and con
ver.lenre of tourists. The m st eomfortahle route for all
pclnta Eaat, neceaaltatlng ?.o chame??. Tlrketa may be
fur. baeed ?t Maine 8 s ?a-Mpany*! of?.? n>. I7S
Iroadway, a*. '<>' cfr.r? No. 222 South St e?t. or>po?U?
UM l>ler, an i l.o.. CM8I A Sun. 20? and l?.*S Hrondwar.
(DUD OD(IDraO^D(ID^ (LOiiSiX.
I?AI!.Y TO ?VORPOLK.
RHORTEBT *!'A TRIPK OUT OP NKW-TORK.
Deltf;h!fui ' ?ma t.. ."?Id l'oint C'.mfort. Norfolk, Newport
New?, Petersburg. Purtamouih, PlmaPi Point, iti-hmond.
".'Irwlr.lit ll?...-*? 'a and Washington, D. C FieiRh: an!
??a?-.-hirer ?tain*. ??all flWBI PI? ML North River, every
?eekdav ex.e ?? *oi"nda>. at It P, M, and Saturday at ?
P.M. W L Ol.'ILIaAL'I'Ki;. Vlre-I'rea'l and Trafllc Mgr.
A.
WMITI-. STAU I.I X K.
jtritannir.July 28, noon|Britannfa.Kut 25.
Majeall..Auk- ?. '? ' ;' atlajeatii.Bepl I,
rja-trmanle.\.i*. II, no n (lermanle.... Kept. V
Teutonic .s.? 1? noon Teul nie.8>pt. l"?.
Ml ?'?iTTON CARRIEI) P*. i A.-'M'MIKU ?TEAM
P:er Ko. ?3, North Rlrtrr, OfBce, n Broadway. N
II. .MAITl.? M? KKKHET, Agi
n?x>r.
u . n
noon
noon
rus.
Y.
?r.'.
ACU.NAHli I.lNi:.
? TO LIVERPOOL VIA OI'FKN'PTOWN.
Tran Pier 4?i, N. R.. f??.t of Clark??.:, St.
Umbr?a_lai* 81. :i P. M.|Campania..Au? IL II A. M.
LuvaiiU .Auk T, no.n Umbr?a.. ..Au,' ???. I P. M
Etrurla ...Aug I?. 8P \t l.u.Hr.la s.;.? ? Il A M
VERNON If. BROWN * < O. <l?n Agenta,
4 H'iWI.ivj OREEN. NEW-TORK.
ClouK'S AMEKIOAN ami PORBION Tol'US :
?i \t freanenl lnt?T\al-.. All ?ravelling expenses In- '
?iuded Por fun partit nlari ??tdreae Titos. fJOOE a pon. ,
?.ci and i *-"-'"? Broadway, Mew Vok
VDVEnTISEMENT* and aUbtM-rtpttaMM for The Till.un? I
1 . t Ihelr ! i.?' ? Se 1 143 Hr .adwa). ,
.. | ; ., , nom nf Slat at., until ? ..', i,.,k p m . od-ratrtlM
",..,,, ling branch .ft. .? ?i i.,
?j.-.l 8th uve . a. a. |
182 Bth ave : 12th at . Ma. ?.'?. 8th )?*?
.-,. i 142 i ..- ,i \V-?t 88th ri 188
. |-i i\ near ei 'J Baal Htn ?t . 257 Weaj
?2,1 ?t between * Ath av.? , t.'.f) Rial 47lh s? . 1 BM
nth at? I .i.??l II a\e . n-.r ?-llst
?t l.iob tat a. ? . new 80th lt.;880ad aie., near llrt at.
(Pcfan ?tc?tncre.
FAST EXPRESS SERVICE.
PLYMOUTH. ??ONDON, ?BREMEN.
Laiin Tu. July 27. 1?) A.M.. Trove. Tu . Au?. 1?. ?S A M.
Havel.Tu.. Au? 3. 10 A.M. Lahn.Tu.. AS? M. W A.JJ.
Baale.Tu.. Au?. 10. 10 A.M Havel. .Ta. Au*. 31. 10 A.M.
CHERROURO, PARIS. BREMEN.
Ppree.Sat Ans. 21, 10 A.M. Aller...Bat, Sept. 4. 10 A.M.
TWIN-SCREW PASSENGER BERVIUE.
SOUTHAMPTON. LONDON, BREMkN.
Knentgln Luise .Thursday. July 2". n^n
Prlnr. Regent Lultpol.i.Thursday Aug. S. MM
Bremen . .Thurs. av. Aug. 12. MM
II II Meier .Thursday. Aug. IB, BSM
?.IRHALTAR. NAPLES. GENOA
Ema.Aug. 7. 10 A.M. ?Fulda.Aug. 21. WA-Jf
Werra.Aue. 14. 1'? AM KMser.gO&J*. " A M
OEI.RHHS A ro.. 3 BOWLING GREEN.
LINE
TWIN-SCREW EXPRESS LIN!
from New York to Plymouth.
(Lond.1, ?Tierboiirg (Parla), ard Hamburg.
Normannln Jtilv 2<i in \ M. Xm-mannla..A"*- SB, 10 A.M.
Columbia... Aug. a. MAM. Columbia.Sept. 2. 0 AM.
F. Bismarck. Aug IB, 10 A.M ' A. Victoria. Sep?. B P AM
HAMBURG SERVICE by Twin-Screw Mall S. S.
Phoenicia..lulv 31. 7:*? A.M. Persia.Aug. I. IS ?S,
First cab. 173 up: second class. ?40; steerage. ?30.
HAMBURQ AMERICAN LINE. 37 F.'WAY. N. Y.
NEW-YOHK SOUTHAMPTON iL nlon Parts).
Salllna every Wednesday at 10 A. M.
PARIS.Inly 2S PARIS.Aim IB
ST. PAUI.Aug. 4 ST. PAUL.A'ia. ?
8T. LOUIS.Aug. irsT. LOUIS.Sept. I
KD STAR UNE TO AMT* ESP
S.illlnsr cv-ry \V..in?day.
Koordlaad_Jiilv '?* n?>..n K>nsln?t,.n. Aug. 11. 3 p. m.
Frl-siaml.Aiic. 4. n.mti Weatarnland.. .Aug. 1\ no ?n
INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPAN1
Pl-rs H and IS North Rlrer. office. 0 Bawllac Green.
?i?P?MMOija?o
PACIFIC MAIL & S. CO.
OCCIDENTAL AND ORIENTAL S. B. CO.
Between Sar FmncUci. Shanghai. Tnkuha.-rta and Hong
Kong.
Steamers 1*n\e San Fr.ancl.ro.
CHINA, via Honolulu.Aug. 5. 1 p. m.
BELOIO.auk. 14. 1 i>. m.
PERI', via Honalulu.An}-. 24. 1 P. m.
CCPTIC. via Honolulu.Sept 2. I p. m
CITY up RIO DE JANEIRO.Sept. II. 1 p. m.
For frelcht, passage an I eeneral Infnrmatlnn. apply t>
.?140 Broadway >r 1 Battery Place. Washington litill.linqr.
and 2S7 ltr-adwav
CANADIAN PACIPIC RAILWAY,
Intended steamship Balling* fr- m Van-.-iver,
wrj?P?ia and ?ooo?S??
EMPRESS up INDIA.'?'iK. -'. Oct, 11 Jan'v 3
EMPRESS ..;?? JAPAN.tu*. S3, Sov, B, Jsa'y SI
EMPRESA ol" ? IIINA.Sept 13, Dee. ?. p.-h. ta
HOWOLUUI. ?FUI *** AUSTRALIA.
MIOWERA.Aug. BIAORANOl.Sept. 4
2d Cabin aeeomroodatltms v-ry ?ow rai?.
For tlcicts and freltrhj. rate? apply IN Broadway. For
freight rate? only SO Wall ?t.. N. t.
A
CDrran ?ieamer?.
?CHOR lX\lT^r.^^??ATirSTEAMERS.
OLASOOW VIA LONDONDERRY.
From Pier M. North Hiver, foot of West Mtrnrt.
Ethiopia.July .11. noon I Furnessta.. ..Auguat 11. iwn
An. hona.. .August it. n?*.,n | ?'Irrassla.Aug. 2H, noon
CITY OF ROME.8<-p?. 11 and Oct. ?.
Cabin. City of Rome. $T0. Other steamers, $80.
Second Cabin.
Rom?. $42.50. Furneasla. $37.BO. Other Btrs., $33.
Steerage Passage.
Rome, $:.*...V1 Furnessta. $24.V). Other Rtra.. $23.00.
For r.ew Illustrated Book of Tours, apply to
HENDERSON BROTHERS, Agts.. 7 Bowling Oreen.
CLYDE LINK.
CHARLESTON. S. C?
the SOI'TH AND ALL FLORIDA POINTS.
Fr*m Pier 2ii. E. R. ?foot Roosevelt St.), 3 p. m.
IROQUOI8 .Tuesday. July 27
SEMIN?LE.Friday, July *i
CHEROKEE.Tuesday. Aug. 3
IRoyCOIS. .Friday. Aug. f
Steamers have flrst-cla.a '?aafenirer accommodations.
WM. P. CLYDE A Co.. General Agenta,
B Bowling Oraen. N. Y.
Fla. Cent. an?i Penln. F. A P. Line, via Jacksonville..
?Ireat So. Freight nn?l Passenger Line, via Charleston.
T. ?1 BOER, ?leneral Agent. 37.1 Broadway. N. T.
FRENCH LINE.
COMPAGNIE G?N?RALE Transatlantique.
DIRECT LINE To HAVRE PARIS. FRAN'E.
LA TOURAINE Santelll.Sat.. July 31. 10 a. m.
LA I'HAMPAONE, l'??lr.>t.Sat.. Aug. 7. 10 a. m.
Rat?? ?if pasKaue: First class. N. Y. to Parla, $10?, am*,
upward' bv all steamers ex ept I*? Touratn?. Including
railway fare t-> Paris and landing charges. Parlor ca:
-at Is extra during summer season. Second class to
Part? $.">!.7.V
A. FOB?5ET. General Agent, 3 Bowling Green. X. T.
HOLLAND-AMERICAN UNK.
FU'l ltOTTKROAM AND AMSTERDAM,
VIA BOULOONE-SUR MER.
S S AMSTERDAM.Saturday. July 31. 10 a.m.
9 < M \ 1BDAM.Baturdap. Aug. 7. 10 a. m.
' First cahln. 172..'i0 and upwards; second cabin. SBSl
..,,-. .ire ISS Ap'dv to Netherlands-American Steam
NaviL'iit.'on Co.. .11) If way. N. Y. _
PANAMA RAILROAD.
TUP ^E\ HOI TE TO SAN FBANCISCO.
connecting at, the Isthmus for all Waal Coaat Ports cf
Connecting *?f%u?0 central and SouUi ABMrtaa.
Mmimh ?all fr-m pl"r fool W-st ITTth st.. N. Y.
HMANCE .-lulv ?. ?>*??? AIfJANCA...A?? 10. noon
AS ratea apply nt Company s offlee, 2:1 Hmadway.
1 r r' ' JOHN MIIB. Trafile Manag-r.
S
1 VVANNAII I.INF.. Smith tad Southwest.
*' * ' i-unM PIER ."?4. N. R.. 5 P. M.
Pnlly except Sun. & Tliurs. direct to
???nnah Clora rail coeitaotlon for pointa b?yond.
1 v rates 10 ABBSSta, Macea, Atlanta. Montgomery.
... _ V-..H .?irl-ans. 1 'tintt.. Nashville, etc
ni, n Vew-Orlt-ans. CtinM.. .>asnvine. e,c.
?r'i^iV-.? -nclu'l" meals and superior accommodations on
, ,ner Fir pas-age ami fiela-ht lates apply C.en. Of?..
",-,'?\v orto M. C. HAMMOND. Aft., ft. Spring St.
E K l-HYAN. Jr.. O. E. A.. :U7 liioadwav. N. Y.
rpo VENEZUELA
1 -.'earners of the RED "D" LINE, under mall eon
tract with th? C'li'ed Slat?? Government, are api.olmed
i .' .iii fi-.,m Hoheit pier, Brooklyn.
? r I-, ?.uayni ifur Caracas) Puerto cabello. Curacao
1 '* and ?MaracalC?, via I'uracao.
co ,-ittvCAS .Thur-?lay. August B. 1 p. m.
u< VCNI/CELA. Saturday. August 14. 1 p. m.
Pint ?PELPHM.\v.-,ine?iav. A ?.cul 2:,. 1 ,,. m.
* ' ""'"?OCLTON. BLISS & n/LLETT
G-ner.il Man.ag.-rs. No. MB Iront St.
^mnecmcnti.
y"?*, cool i TTi?Tuj?m?rop^T?^
t aUUfl [Cymill I?-? to ladles Nightly!
ROOK?New Vaudeville' New Hallet* Ilarthe'
?.rt?.a. KDK> MI?4KE. ???
WORLD IN WAX \Xli GRAND CONCERTS.
< IVKMI'IOfill \PII
_Exhibit! ?very hour fro? I to 8. 8 to IS,
Ei?SIES * BIAI/S ROOK Ad i*? ?alo-I
ROSTER * BIAI.'ft (.tllllllV. MB
YA1DEVILLE A\R PROMK1 ?l?K HIVKHTI
_Prom 7:30 P. M. until midnight.
MANHATTAN BEACrT
Strep? liy Orrnn llreeaea.
Sousa's Concerts, ttlWW"*
Pain's Fireworks, VX^SKt
July 'if), Parry Opern Company,
"VERY LITTLE FAUST," ?S*?*?
with a selected .-?st, Inoludln? l)?.r.,ll?> M...????,
. "** V(?''",.,r- M??'h?rrl P. < arr.,11. Hurry luck?
? t??ne. Truly ?linttii. k. .I ?her?
M'ti?.p.>|l?an Chorus and Cora* de Ha.le?.
P MAIMS?)--?, s?n Uli, ItOOP UAatDBM. P
O ? Ey*ry Evg. Hi *. in<-ln<tlni<- Swndny. a
Continuad aur.ess ,.f ?he |??. |>ri. All ? ?i ?N? KRTfl ?
by the Metroijollian Permanent Orchestra. r
S_ ? _ADMISSION ,V)o. ?
OLYMPIA ROOK (ItHIIKt.
OLYMPIA HOOl* UARDBN.
KARA. HI?; VAUDBVILLB BILL,
PASTOR'S < 0\TIM Ol S
PASTOR'S I'l III HUM IM'RI,
12?.tO 88) 11 P. H. nmtm t? and .'??) ???-??He.
xtht iTnrf
QUEENS Ca JOCJii^ CLIJ^
A g t: I i> 0 ?' T . la I
Racing Begins To-Day at 2:30.
Admission 10 ?rand sian.l and In losur*. fl V?
Hire trail? leave foot Ka?i .lllli ?I a' 13 88, I. I -'" ISO.
an-i 2:2? p, M. .Ms... from ri.*' . ' '??? ii i. 1 ?'??>. and
2 P, M. Stages ? .nne. t with Kii-< ,n "L"
?to U3l)om 3l Ulan Concern.
N'OTIi'K Is h.-rel.y glv.-n that n.v ?If. Mr, lime?
Craill Miller, r.- ?? Maraaretta Ixiulca Katey. of Oak
llldge-ave.. Summit. N. !.. and 147 Ma.- n * ilr '< > o
N Y havln? thi- ?late (Saturday, Jul) IT. !?:.7?. without
reas?.ii or notice, left mv bed and board, t will I t be
re.oonslhle for any ?let.?? In? ur.ed by he,.
r v .I\Ml*s CRAILL MIU.ER.
ADVERTISEMENT*?? an?l ???harrlpi. ns f ,r The Tiib
un-i re.eived at their t'ptown Off!.?. No 1.212 Bl ?d
way. 2d d.x.r n. rth of 31st ?t., until ?? .>'? :..k ?. m . ad?
vertisements received at the following l.rar..ii ofSi'tM at
regular office rates until S o'clock p m.. \\x. 2?J ?th
ave a. e. r??r. 2*M st. : IBS 8th a-e . eat. 12t) ?f : M.y'ai
8th-ave. and 14th ?t.: 142 C. lumbue-are . near XX ? M "?1*J
?t 106 West 42.1-st.. ?>?ar 6th-ave.j 1)2 East 14t?-. ?t . 2BT
We?t 42d-sf.. betwaen 7th and Mb ?*?'?? 1*8 1 .?.?? ?.th?
at 1 RUS 3d ivr, between 7?lth an?l 77th ?? ? 1 '".?1 Jd
ave near 61*-? st.. 1 T88 lit ave, near *f)t!i?t ; (*>?"? 84
ave" near 41st ?t : 8!>4 Sd-nve.' 210 Uleeoker-at.
FOHKCI.OSI HT. ?ALBS.
SUPREMR COURT, C1TT BND COUNTY
?il-- NEW FORK. John Brooks, ai Ex
teator, ?nd Adelina M. Brooks, s? ?""
utrix ot Edward s. Ilrooke. deceased,
l'lalntlffs. n?Hlr.-t Mar? ?. Walk.-r H-itle
P. Moras ifortnerl* Kettle H. Th..ma*
and ale-. Kn- ?n a. Elisabeth Thomas
Morsel. C. Ella Ellison. Harry C. .Iones.
Albert L L.wensti-in. a* Ese ut-.r of the
estate ..f Morltr. U-wensteln. d.'??'? l. Ed
war?l J. cnuti|..|.i. Defendants.
in pansas?*? of an Interlo? utory Judg?
ment of f-Te. lo.iir- anl sale du".y made
and enfreil In above entitled action and
l.eiirlna data th? _'l?t ?lav of July. Is',?7. I,
the under-ii-'ned. th- Refere? In said )u?t?
ment Mated, will s?ll at public auction
at the New York Real Batate Salesroom,
No. in Broadway, in ?t.it) of New
Y?,rk. ?>n th? H'.ih day of August, IBM, si
12 o'clock noon on that da?, b) William
M. Rvnn. auctl -n-.-r. the premia*? iii -aid
judgment mentioned sad tnereln described
as follows:
All that certain lot, pi'-'? or pai - I '
land, with the building? thereon erected,
situate, iviiiK and bring In the Twent)
f?.iirth Ward of the ?Ttl of New Y -rk.
and bounJ"?l and described a? followa: Be
?inning at a point on ?he wetter!) ride of
Rlvervlew Terr...... distant nlm-ti eight
fe.-t southerly from I point funnel by th
Junction of the amitherh line of Powell
Place with the westerly line of Hlv.-rvl-w
Terrace, running then?*? southerly along
said westerly Hue of Rlvervlew Terrace
twent-.-Mm? fe-t, these? westerly and
parallel with Powell Place on.- hun.lre.)
and twentv flve feet an I tlftv one hun
dredths of a foot to the -asterl-. line of
the lan,is of the New Y-.r.? and Northern
Railroad, ihen.e northerly ?long the eoal
eiiy line of the landa ,,f the Raid railroad
twenty Are f.-et and ,,ne hundred anl
thirty-Bis ? n>- thouaarultha of a foot, thenc
eaatertj ?nd again piraii-i with Powell
P;,i,e one hundred and tw.-tity-tw?. f.-.-t
and twentv live ..n>- hundredth? ..f h foot
to the w--.-t.tiy ??n,. ,,f Rlvervlew Tarrac?
al tha posai or place ,-t beginning.
Laie,'. New York. July Stth, |MT7.
DAVID THOMSON, Referee,
MERRILL ? P.. "Wilts. Attorney? for
plaintiff?, in Uroadway, New York <'it>.
ONE HUNDRED AXD TIIIRTT sintii
bTREET. Buprem? Court, Ne? York
????unte. Stephen IV. Mnlngton, plaintiff.
?gainai Matilda Wllllama el al. defendant..
In purauance of a )u liiin-ni ?,f for?c'.os
?i ? and aal? duly mai?' an.l entered in th
ibova entitled action and bearing date the
ad .le or July, P-'.'T. i. the undersigned,
the referee in said Judgment named, will
?ell at public au. tl .n at the N.-.i V. ?:.
P.ij] Eatat? ??learn an, So. ill Hro??l
-.?...\. In the city of New v-ik on Tuesday
Mi?, 17th :.u uf Auguat, ls'.'7 ?i 12 .' : ? :.
boob ol thai ,la\. by William Kennelly,
auctioneer, the premiaa? .-. ? ild judgment
mentioned ?n?l daaerlbed is followa: vi
th- ertaln ?Ota pi'-- ? I nf pan-Is of
land, situai-. l\:n< and being in the pity,
i.-mm iiii-l Bi.f Neu York, bounded
and leeu-rtbed ai followa: [??ginning at a
pint on the northern aide of ISBth street,
dtatani a? vent j Bv? (eel wegtcrl) from th?
??orner formed bj the Inters? tloa at the
?Id? -o Len -\ at >nu? with the
northerly m-i- ol ISBth ?treet; running
thenc? northwardly parallel with L-nox
avenu?- nlnetv nine feet and el?v?n Inch??;
then?-? aresiwarrlly parallel with ISBth
?tr.-et fifty feel; thence southward!) again
parallel with L.n.i\ ?venue anl parti)
through tl..- centre -f a part) wall nlnet)
nine reel and eleven Inches In the north
erly side of l.'UIth alr.-et; ??n I thi-r..-? .-.nt -
??art!? al 'ii-- the northerl) side of -.,: I
ISBth streel ii't\ f?-et to th? polnl or place
of beginning.
Ala ? ?II Ih ?-?? Iwo i ?ti iln lot? pl?*< e. ,.r
parcela -,f land situate, lying ami being In
the city raunt) and s- it? of Ne? V rk.
and taken together are bounded and de
scribed .? follows: li.-Kiiiiilnet al a point
on (he n, rtherl) aid? of IMth street ,11
tant one hundred and nlnet) on? fael
eiuat l?chai weeterl) from II.orner
formed by the Interaectlon of th.- westerly
al?1e of i>?:.o\ ?venu? with the northerly
side of 1 rti?th ?tre.-f: riinnliii/ thence
wardly parallel with L-n-.x a?.-nue and
partly through the centre of ? part) wall
nln-ty nine feet and eleven Inche?; thenc?
weatwardly naratiel with 138th meet
thirty three feet and four Inches; thence
southwardly again parallel with Lanox
?veau? n;n-t\-nine feel and eleven Inches
to the northerly aide of litSth street; ?nd
then.-e eastwardly along the Mid northerly
stde of lli'.th street tliirtj three fe,-t anl
fair iiali.-s ta th?* point or p!a--e ,,f be?
ginning.
Dated New fork. July 23
TIl'iMAS r
PHILLIPS & AVERT,
Attorney? for pi?.ntiff.
1..4 Nassau St.. Trdnme
New V rk City,
IM?:
I? INNRLLT,
Referee,
Rldg.
1 THIRTT-THIBD ?STREET. Biipreme
? nun. City ind County of Ne?- v..rk ?
The Chatham National Hank of New York.
plaintiff, against Pt-Inl k .1. Kaldenberg
- and ? t'er?. defendant?.
In pursuar,, ? of a judirm?*n? of f reel s
ure anl sale, duly made and entered in
I the above entitle! action lie.irlr-a; date the
I n.nth day of July. lwi?7, I. the ander?
; slf-red, the referee In said Judgment
I named, wir. sell at pul,|?.- auction "il th?
j ltd day of August. IM'7. at IS o'clock
t. ? n. of that .lay. at the New ?/orfc Heal
i Estate Salesroom, N, in Broadway, in
I the City of New York, by Stl ?tg B Ire
i land, aiKM'.neers the premises In sal?l
I Ju Igment mentioned and th.-r-in described
as follows:
ALL that ei rtalr. piee.- of Land situate
! In the City of New fork, with the .-.-rtain
balldlnga thereon m ted, an i situate oa
! the northerly ride of Thirty ???ir.i street, In
I th? City Of New York, -if whl< h th.? west
? erly line is distan' one hundred and eighty
feet ..a.-ter'.y from aril parallel With the
easterly bI?m of Third Avenue, said land
b-lng bounded and deaertbed ai foil .wa:
UEOlNNINa at i t?.lni oa the north?
erly side of Thirty third street. distant
one hundred and eighty feel eaeterty from
the m-'.t:i ride of Tiilr-I Avenue, running
then, .nu the northerly aid? of
Thirty third streel ,,ne hundred and flfty
tiv.? feet, iheac? northerly and pa
?ith Thud Avenue ninety-nine f?.-t and
s'x Inches to i point nin.- inclusa northerly !
from the hail dlstanie line of the block I
between Thlrtj third and Thirty-fourth I
sir?-.,;., then - we.ter;> parallel -.\itii auch
half dlatance line one nundred and flitv- |
live f?e'. iiieii h aoutherly ml pal ?
With the e.iHterlv ?1,1.- of Till!.I Alenil- I
nlnety-alnr feel and ris Inches i? the ;
P-int ?n pt?.f beginning :-.- Ins the I
s.u.:.- t-iet,; ?es anveyed i said Kredeiiek ?
.' Ksldenbera ??ne ,,f tha parti?? ?,r th?
tir?t part, by tha New Engl.I Cai Spring '
Company, b) ?l--e,| U-arlni. date |)e,emt,-r !
14th, IBS3, Tuwether with the appurts
nancea .n-i ?II the estate and lights of th
?aid Prederich J, Kaidenlssrg and Mary
Soph!? Kal?leni,eiK in and i i ?ad premlaea
D?t?d Ne? rork, lui) Bth i?-!'.
CLIlTdltl. \V II IRTRipoE
_ ?Safarse.
rn*.r.LE t on kson.
Attorne/a f ,r ii.alntlfT.
S2 Lllierti ?tree?.
_ N ?? York. N. Y.
UHK<***MAK1\?.
DBESSMAKER. To n out hy the day,
children's and '.idles' ?IIIaailiskIII!.IBg?11
? He. n specialty; terms r??uaahla. so
? ?t.j?.-t! .n to . -,untr. Addresa M \
H Y V V S'VI I' il k n ?? 77f. yi
MACIIIJfBRY.
AT REDUCED PRICES ?-?0 ?er nd hand
wool ant Irin working machine?; full)
guaranteed; m.i, n.iieiy boilghl and ?S
changed. UI...H'Ji: U. ELDY. :::>?> Madl
sun >l.
STORAGE.
THE NEW
COMT?MEKIT?L ST0SA:
K
et,
8'1 IM? ??17 and 319 WEST 43D ST..
One Short Ill.-k from Broadway.
New. llRht and airy mUOUm for the ?tor
age of Purnltur*-., Planoe, Baggage, Works
of Art, ft?., &<*.; lowest rates consls'ent
w:??? l'.rst-clas?. service.
BEND F?>H ESTIMATE.
Telept-nn.? rail, 2 *r?7 BBUl ?L
STOR 1GB ftOTICBB.
BTOBAOE 0FFIC1 at Metropolitan st..r
aa-e W?reh us? *M and 2?>4 Mei.-er
Street New Y.rk June 111. 1S07. The tot?
I'.wlnn-name.l -aat-WWIl are herel.y notified
that ?t .raue "targea now due on ......1?
Morad In their name? must he paid on or
?.??fore Auirnst I. 1887, or the goods will he
?..:?l at puiiii.- auction to-pay enargee. No?
tice of time and place .,f ..ale will be (riven
hereafter: .lo'.n ll-rmann. Frank Kupper.
Annie l'avs'.n. ??-..me s. Mai .n, H. Shapi?
ro Mrn M E Madden
CARPF.T n.-RAMN'O.
CAHI'ETS CLEANED BT STEAM. BT
HAND or on the floor. CAREPUL RAU?
PET CLEANING 'O.. I.B58 Hroadway. 421
?o 423 Eaat 4Sih st. COR ft BRANDT.
Pronrie'c? Telaoh. "? ??>? ?>??*
BOAltD AN? ROOMS.
S4TH BT., 27 WEST Man.laome. cool
to. ma; excellent hoard, summer ratea;
transient? no?..mm..dated.
II IIMSIIKI) ROOMS TO I.P.T.
IRYINO PLACE, 14 Newly furnlahed
rooms; four til*- bathm ma; i>e?t ?tornar
house.
2.-.TH BT.. 4'J M KST. Beautiful, lar^e.
.I. clean r.".ins: $4. *.'.. $7 and $v
Mgh-elaaa pr?vala family; inferences r>
quired,
HELP WAtTKD.
Mille?
PERFORATED BRASS and TIN- Wan!
young man f ?millar vltli Its uianiif.io -
mi- .1. K . B.x 7. Trilune .?(flee.
WORK V* ANTED.
Male.
A TOE SO MAN of ability, having knowl?
edge ol i.kkecplng. ?peak? Engllah,
Oarman, Eren, h fluently, la thorough
sal. ?man, would take poaltlon in an. put
of ?he I'nlted Stales, with it I ptXiepect?
for a future, referen<*ea, Addreaa S. S,
x'i.
Pail. lm?lne?? young man will enler
n bualnea? ;? p?ltlona; fui.-ii.-st rrfrr
m. J., H x 27, Tribuna Ufflce.
BOT, Id ?ears old, wish??? employment '?.
learn ??? nferttonery. M BLASMS, 303
i: .st 112th -i., tai ti .,r.
? ONCRETKR. Wlahea more work I ? ??on
i.'.- reliara, areaa, yarda, aidewalka;
cementing and plaaterlng by day or ron
ira.?, elly ..r i-ountry. Addreaa S. A., 24??
Kaal 7'..th ?t.
CLERK, -'.*.. desires altuatlon in tee and
roffee ?tore; reliable and willing to work
for employer'? Intereat. u. p., SSI Rrar
Itr.-en ave., Brookl) n.
CARPENTER. Wort -?heap on an eatate;
:-.' ??:. ' ?adj and In luilrloua; i as ret
??'. ??. experience and toola; ?ill wort
r.ouiiuy. Apply p. DELAP, 1,818
Pulton at., Ilr lol.lyn.
CASHIER. Wlahea pottdtlon in oafC; un?
derstand? cigar huelneaa thtwoughl)
hla ?al inferen, et-. tddreaa H. l?. BT
TIN?.;, raahlrr M relton inn, Torreadale,
in
?'?ii.lei*'!'.?it By young man; ?peak? :t
language; good ?rit?r: quirk flgurer;
expert. n< ?? l. beat referen?-**? aeeurlty. ?1.
E.. cara Uocti v. 18 R l'k-er? st.
CARPENTER wishes. plaM for repair
arorfc in h .uses f,.r land; irda. Address
HEINHARI?. 008 18th at Br ..'klvn
DRIVER -By middle .-?k??'! American; ?<
|? ri-ii'"1 .??he?-, well recom?
unidi ?tanda bornea, harneaa and rarriagea;
would not object .ther work "ii gen
tleman'a place; prefer ateady j..i> ??. iiich
? agi s ?? T?iiii:v. ins Atlantic ave.,
Br oinn
BNUINEER, European, speaking French
and Itusslnn. wants position as designer
! In offl. e. Address THEODORE S ICOL
I ESiT). ?-ar? of Herrmann, BIO Eaat 12th ?t.
i GERMAN, 24, six m .nth? lr. the country,
wanta wort. Addrewa M. M . .'U*? East
', tSlti at.
JANITOR.? Reaper tabla man and wife t.
take . ar?? of one or two liaises, t? yeara*
referan, es. H. MTER8, 389 Ens. 122d st.
JANITOR, ft. Middle-aged Swede, well
r. -ommended, aa Janitor, watchman or
? a ' man nble t I mltk and car? f"r gen?
tleman's place. A.1.1res? Al'til'ST. 24
Oreenwlch-at,
JANITOR Bf man and wife; years ??'.
esparten?**; ro..i rent.-r: ran do all re
patrlri/' undet?rtanda s-.-am: for ..ne or
ii re houttea have .-llv reference. K.
PRET. 41 Earl llo.is?..n at.
MAN, thoroughly under?tands the niiinii
facturlng of Incandescent light, a.s . ?he
cheml.ni part. I? wKllnj to 'n?trti t begin
nein. Addreaa \. B., 24?. East 7uth *u
PAINTER an?l llrst ?-lasa n-M-rrhanger*
pilntlng. II .*., papering, fl 7.". up k ?!
s mining. 7.'??? plaatertng, rarnlahlng,
graining, cheap ?nd good; l'est reference
NATHAN BAMt'ELSON I"'. XX st I'.ith at
PORTER 1 !v a ?oi.er. nonest and re!lal?le
man as light porter or night wat.hmun:
18 ' ?n In lu? placa: i?e?t reference?, j.
S . 2??? -' nth liih si . Ilr ...k'vn.
PAINTER, p.tperhtuiger, wi?he? work.
la? II id.? 1rs? :aaa mechanic 81 NO ER,
888 If] "'?? ... i'? >ki>n
KTBNOORAPHER and REMINGTON
OPERATOR. Ten \ear?* experience In
oflloa w.rk: g.s?! penman, wllllnit and
obliging: '"'St referen-e ff , ? fnlon
Bquan
B.VLE8MAN In ?er,?'? furnishing or dry
gooda atore; 1.a. year?' exis-rlenc?. BVfj
nan rafaranea fr..m last place ??iti->*,
?iHV. ,12 Balnbrtdge ?t., Ilr.. klyn.
WATCHMAN r PIREMAX. Seven ?ear?
.?\,.. : i.-iice wit ?i bollera; reference N
SMITH 883 Mrrtll are., rear. Hr.. .klvn
v. \ i CHMAN . ay ... nlgtii. American
??j b< -' ral "i ? rtty m i in try; bond
II re lulred ADAMS, 8.888 8d uve.
?ol Nil MAN sue,i.-, wlahe? work ?f an>
kinil. han.lv with toola; underatanda i ?r?
of boraaa; t?-st refere!..- HALLOREN,
'.<22 Atlantic ave.. Brooklyn.
WORK WANTED.
?Tale.
YOt'NO MAN d?slres position at any
thliK; caa furnish best of referen.-es
f- tn last ?mpioyer. Address F. F. H..
TH? Hotel, Hroadwav and llalsev-st .
Brookrya.
Y'lt'NC. MAN. American. 27. stea.ly. so
1er. with 12 years' reference from last
employer, would like to get work la cilv
at something where he would have a
chance to advance himself; willing to
learn If neocasrirv. P. A. HCIIlioN
V .ERR Ir. 127 F.a?t IBM st.
WORK WANTED.
Female.
HOi-iKKKFPr.lt. S?.?Bf lady, thoroughly
experleaoed, a? bookkeeper, .'ashler und
typewriter: highest recommendations, can
tiike ful charg? , f office. Address 1IOOK
KRKPKK. Trihue? iiffW.
STENOGRAPHER, TTPEWRITER.?P mr
) ears' experience; exceptlor ally g..?xl
education, rapid, accurate, neat; refer?
en.-es; $10; no agencies need answ?r. S.,
1.918 .Id ave
DOMESTIC SITl ATIOXS WANTED
^Mal
Ht'TLFH. valet or attendant on Invalid.
by a Swiss; four years' best referen es.
speaks four languages fluently; accustomed
t.. travelling. I. K.. 2d (?ramer.-y Park.
i BUTLER VALET.?First-.-lasa, colored;
Intelligent; In private family: expert
?need; neat; courteous, understan.ls Ills
duties; highly recommended. HI'TLKH.
Ho? 41?, 1,242 Hroadwav.
ItCTLFlt. Kngllsh; 27; good height; neat
appearance; p?rf?ct In waiting; thorough
worker; superior city recommendations;
wage? m ?lernt-, AddlSM HI'TLKH. 144
la?' .'2d tt_
HI'TLKH. By experienced, reliable man:
honest, sober; no smoker; first class
city ri-fereno-s; city or country; left
through family going abroad. M.. 41.'t
.".th ave.
? '??ACHMAN. By Ht. experlet.ied. strictly
n-.tier man, with nine years' referen.?
from lust employer, who can be se,-n.
Call ..r a.ldreK- HK.NHY, 1ST Ka?t ?I'.tth
St.. private stable.
??lAi'HMAN and OARDENER.?Young
m ?n. 22. h?.iiest. sober, willing to Work.
wishes tteady place. Address i>. <?.. Bos
12. Tribune Oftlc?.
CiiAi-IIMAN. Single, 2?l; careful. ttyMah
driver; total abstainer; 4 ?eats' beet ref
eien.es from last ?mpioyer, wh.. -an be
se.-n at anv ?line; wagea moderate. Ad
dre<-< I. ('., Bog 42. 1.242 Broadway.
?'. ?ACHMAN, A lady wishes to procure a
situation for her .-uHvhnun. wh-?m she
can recommend, with private family; dty
or country, ?'all or address ill vv. 4:td -t.
COACHMAN and I'BEPPL MAN I'ouK
and HOl'MKWuRKER. -By ?toupie; well
'ARI'ENTER'8, lu*, ?ici
AT ANY TIME vu need help quickly,
male and female, all nations and use?.
rail at CARPENTER'S. MB ?th-OV?,
iT> ACHMAN Perfectl) understatM? his
l'Usin?es, ha? l--ng -iti-I satisfactory city
reference; married: no fumiH. Addreea
KDENEIPP. aia 'last 4"th St.
POACHMAN. Thoroughly egperleni ??!.
alngle; tempeeate; geflawally useful. .-liv?
or country; careful driver; beat 1 .-r?,-,,..i
references fr?mi last employer. Addnes?
I ?..MKS. Ill W.-st 47th It.
?OACHMAN. Single; 2''.. thoroughly nn
? ???rstands his bualnrea; wj>?,s i.le?ate;
willing to be useful, four years' best refer?
en, es from last employer, who .-an he
even. Address i'??A?'HMAN. J. C. l?si
Baal ?list at,
COACHMAN and OARDENER.?Tteoc
nughly experienced in both; single man;
(Herman; found willing, obllgtraf; s*rlc:l>
tenip.-iate; bl?hest perso:.al referen-e?.
Address H. K . .Vt ??reenwlch ave.
COACHMAN. Thoroughly understands his
buaiMM Scotchman. single; careful
driver; generall) useful; just ?lisengag-d.
good reference. Addresa THOMAS H.ix
12. Tribune OfBc?
COACHMAN.? By first-.-iass single mm;
thoroughly rompetent with tin? horses.
ha MSB, carriages anl ?tahl?; strictly
j temp?r?t?; ?'. reara' reference. 00ACH
! MAN, 140 Kast ."??th at.
COACHMAN. By th rougaly experienced
single man; atrtctly ?emperate. careful
driver; dty or imintry; useful and han?ly
on gentleman'? place; references. ?*iiM
PETENT. Hox 27S. 1.227 Hroadwav.
COACHMAN, OARDENER. I'BETt'L
MAN. ?' mpoteat; (?mperat?; not afraid
of work; si:ig>, milk, etc.; ?:!Iing ?ad
..Miglng; wages insi?rate. T.. Bog 10.
Tribune 1 ifll?-?.
UARDE-NER Marr.ed. no children, as
Mrs- lass gardener; taoroochly under
-ta., is the ,-are of a gentleman's estate;
n ? :?ent In gn-enlinus? In all Its branches.
highest refei.'ii.-e*. J. V. ?I . .12 Ka?f
SMll St.
OARDENER.- Norwegian, larrHS; fnm
lly. large experience In greenhouses,
graperies, rosehouses. vegetable, (lower and
fruit garden; good -eferen.-e?; cottage or
a tl ut. P N.. Hox 317. Hempstsad.
I?.ng Island.
(?AHIiKNKH .-Single: mldd:e aged ?1er
man. honest and sober, th .roughly un
?erstand? his business; care of horses and
,-ow. LAN'.i. 2*.'* Primmest.
OARDENER and USEIII, MAN. I nder
s'.'in-ls care ?.f horses, careful drlv.-r.
slnitl,?; best if refer.-n.-es. m derate wagea.
gentleman'? coantry pia.-e. 11 , Hox 12.
Tribune ufflce I
OARDENER Btaflt?; tirs? class vegetable
grower and tins?, .ares lawn, drive?. |
walks -an milk; be useful; best reference. ,
vaires, r p.. 1.242 Broadway._
OARDENER. -By voung man oa g?n?>.
nun's pin.-; attend snrubhery, gre-n
li n-. eonae:vatory and kltch.-n garden;
ex'-eilenl iefeirt.ee. moderat* wage?
.; IRDENER. 1.227 Broadway.
OARDENER. <?ver 2.'. jeai?' ?aportePC?
in all brandies of 'he hustneee; dlsen
-?age'; slioril) ?vlf? rtrat-claaa butt?nnaki-r.
Address QEOROE TIPPINOB. >"1l?n Sum
rait, l'enn. ___________
MANLY MAN wtshee employment on
country place: repairing, painting, e?.
IfANDT 2 tW". s?l ave.
PSEFUL MAN- Handy with tool?, would
be a saving -o any
their country place
be a saving 'o any on? employing him on
ace. I'BKFl'L ?SS5 3d
? HI'i'L HAN.- -B) fcung man. Swede.
21. ?>n genlleip.n's country place, flrsi
H..-, carpenter and gardener, not afraid
f ?.Ik. ?sod lifer ?a??, pkthksbon.
122 Krank'.lr. av?.. New- Roehei'.e.
I'SKKl'L MAN?CU*>K. Ac Hy Orrinin
man and wife, man good horaemah.
gardener and milker, wife good cook and
?aundreaa. OAEIUKE. W lrt-ev?.
"DOMESTIC* SIT!'ETIONS WASTED
Male.
CSEFCLMAN. Blrgl handy with tola.
careful ?Irlver; und.r??ard? houee "itlaa
thoroughiv. lawna u I r??mya; ? ?.*?l
|.-nt city r.?farence?. JAMES I AVI/TR.
,'.??7 2.1 ave
t'SEEl'L MAN II, (rtMlllg man in rl'?U
family or hoarding ' lie* ref?ranea.
PRELAN, care Oui?, 2"7 e,?h a-?
L'SEFt'L MAN. B) a v rung ..; red man
as generaII) uaeful man 'in.; ti.?
h??uar ?ir ??..re. DANIEL SMITH i ira
Mrs. I'srter. 3?<? West :i7ih st.
VALET. - By a young mm 22 veara of
age; cm gi.e lira? rlaaa referen ea and
ha? ha?l exp.i .???, ?? Atldma ? IIW.LP8.
B .x 2?< Tr!l"ine ? ?" ?
VALET or ATTENDANT on In? ?I 1 hy
a Prenchman; ?:??. ...untr. ? * ?rarelltt&g;
apaaka English Bpanlah A Idree? i: A
B? 41? East BSd ?t
DOMESTIC S1TI ATIOSS ?IM'KD
Fetnnlt*.
A.--2.1 WEST ?21'ST IMS'-.BAND'S
French Kmploymeni Bureau for mate
and female help; gori.? - nuiseg,
maids, voting eo> k? for ? 'ir.trv from ?'x
teen to firt>. chef?, buttera, veleta,
voting Swedish Infant'? mine. .> ..itreeae?,
?.?undresses, chambermaid?; ? ing ?>k
and ?raltreaa t..g?Hier f r . ?i ??
AT ST BARTHOLOMEWS EMPIaOT
MENT BI'BBAI*. 808 Baal ?2d ?t ?
First-?-las? servants 'nrni-l,.-! - m
?trease? hy th- da'. ; atop gape; I - r
cantiie an.i prnfeealonal d<*-patUBen ral?.
et-n?-s carefully InvtMitlgated.
COOKS, Be?By u? Bo-atltseni c :v?d
women ta ? ata, chambermaid, .n
.1res?. waltre??, ?jenerul houaeworkergj
refer?-:,.-..s. do ,r. w..rk. ?'.ill 73 Fleet
at, Brooklyn.
COOK, CHAMBERMAID. *c Bj thar
and daughter; g.l ???? k and teundraagj
neat rhaml ermald tn ? i |eo
ti.n to hoarding bouae; peraonal refereMB?,
4V. 7th ave
<'?>>.K. Ac. -By g.ssl I'r.'tesi.int ? .in?;
.?..ok. washing and In nlng; am-UI fmuly;
do general noueawort; cltj or country,
Mrs. KOKS, 181 W??< ll.th ?t.
COOK, ft? B) two English girl? as .? ??*?,
chambermaid a-, I waltraaa; i I i ? k
and baker: moderate wage? high refer
en.'e?. Call ,,r addreaa PROTESTANT. 217
Weal 17tl -?
COOK and LAI'NDREW B . Oe mag
Pi ??~t.?:i! n .man. .\ ellenl '.iker. liy
or cotinii). g.i referen ? -'17 Waal r.'th
st . rear, i?t Might.
i'O OK. French, ? rd a bleu, by day, week
or month; i-aoabte f ga-ttlag up tin-si
lunchea, dinners. ? ?c ; . ||y, . ..i,:,'
erencea, .1 A.'i.il'IVS. 80S 8th ,a?.
COOK, Ae. n> two young gtrla; d' ?n
t.r?- w.rk. uixteratanda good ng;
??x. ell.-i.t laundreaa; good baker; tSer,
l'haiiile-rmall. ?raltreaa, nur-. , ? im
etreaa; dio anything 22't Baal Bath at.
?'iiiiK ..r LAI'NLHESS. i?v a :
i. la ... - .--<:. w XV, Ti.t.'ine
? ?ftlce.
CHAMBERMAID and WAITRBBH ...
HOI'BEWORK. B) ??? un? i ?? ?teal
girl; city reference. ,114 West ?StI I Ii
d.e.r.
1 CHAMBERMAID WAtTRESt? l'. i ro
a-pactabla girl, age 22. I? private fa n ?v;
I1 g.I refet*ence; otv or country il M.,
:?74 Broadway, Mi? ? .k :\ ?. ; rmg 2d hei!,
1 DAY'S WORK. Bj .? w. 11, m i . go nut
i 1 v th?- .1.1) w.-.-i Ing or cle? ?. 1
I BMI 4M h st. t.p II 1
1 H? It "ME WORK. Ry a young, willing n
aptactabla girl to do botaaewort .r
kltchentrort m a family: to a to tn?
country; refer.-ne |gf Weal Ml m
HOI'BEWORK Bl a ippgl lallll ? man
In amall private family; food plain cufc
and laundress, willing and (Mining; mod?
erate WAAfes, A.', lies? f r ? h i ? < :..-. M.
M . I?..X 24. Trll ?'?? ? >:?
HOL'SEREEPER. Induatrloua Eng!i?h
woman; careful and fon 1 "f
can take f.il! charge, a > ..(?....I
Mrs. Lt'Mi.EV. i.t Hamilton ??? . 8 ?h
Braoklyn,
ITALIAN LWH'A'.i* Ihoroilghh ?tight;
en', .nit:, o. ?!.i.-:.-. ?-. grammar lee
imii, for ladles hi 1 gent lamen in (own and
country, ?, I? MATTC? "I. *??? ?th ?\?.
LACVPBKSs PlrtM ?:..?? la inlre.s I e*t
of reference; g 1 wagea a.: ? \
<*.. ?-.'ei Id a?.'
LAl'NDRENS A ...palle woman, th ???>.
.ugh lain, lies?, ?in- cloth?? ?1 k?. etc.;
best rofenea ea ?... .ia<'<j1ins BfJL
ItEAE. 801 ?Ith l\e.
Ni'use a ti, roughly rgnertetneed Eng
llah nurse iealres '.. tak. Infant fr tg
l.irih: aptraka French and Engtiah. ?'all
188 West 4.M .! . (ainHreaa
NEHME, h..-?, ta: . x? ?rtenca i. ?ire? con?
finement CtMao; tenu? fin pe? week 308
s. uih i?*, ?i.. Broakl] a
BEAMSTRKSM and DREMSMAKBR nee-l?
en || \meni by th.' day or wa..'K ?til
give ?er> 1 .-s fog ., taaaaa if given m
i?.?! : ? ? .?: \. ?.?.I >>'h ave, Al\er?isin?
??m.e
SEAMSTKFSS WotjM Ilk.? w rk hy day;
private family or dressmaker. .
S . 1?4 Itherslde I ?live.
WAITBESS I'rsl .ii-. w.?.s?. N?at
city lefeter.e? ?Mil i',t? ,te un?. Im
hell.
WASHINO. Kaapactabi? w.man to g.. out
hy the day wa'hlr.g, f 1 . or tak? home,
.?a?, ?logen, Mi.? HITCHINBON, m
?'hrlsl pher st . rear, trap fl.s.r
WASHINO kteaaaacubte c tecad w nian
wishe? .lav's w.:k ... ?asiilng to tak?
heme. IRENE WHITE. 808 Weal unn
st . room It?.
WASHINO. Kii?tc!..a? laiindrea? h th?
dg) .1 a! h m.; T8c, | r d Ben. shirt?
inciu.v.i. . lorad; refere ?a??. 2.*u W?o|
CM ?t., r.om It.
WASHINO A ?tion\ w.man war.ta to gv
??tit washing t> the .'.a-, JullNSo.N
1.4M Madison ave.
WASHINO Coifed w nian ?anta family
washing or day? work: term? r.??..n
atde: g.sst referenc*. MARTIN. IIS W ?t
?Hat st
WAITBESS. Aie Ne?", .-.ipa.de girl, lirai
claaa vralt.-eaa; i??;?.rmald he?? refer
encea; ?een. JA<?l*lN S HI BEAI*. flOJ
um uve .pp..?it el ?raid
W ?SHIN?; Bspertel? I women want
w is' mg ni . ? 1. ag 1) I", .lay. M.
NELfl IN. 107 Eaat 31at at.
WASHtNO -Str>ng tOmmi ??man w ?ulj
like hou?ecleaiilng or waaliln? an I lr.,u
Ing. 12?*? VI.-.? 5oth m . on?.? fllijht up.

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