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.financial.
In the Matter of the Reorganization
OF THE
Kansas City, Pittsburg and
Gulf Railroad Company
and its Terminals.
.-nrr- 15 HEREBY GIVEN that a run equivalent
**" Qdhn per star*, beir-g the Cr»t instalment upon
c ** ivaie-.t tJ Ten DoSUtb per «har*. upon the
* Trf 7»-e KansM City. Pittsburg and NX ruumad
roC - ._ jjujfrfrt with th:s CoTntzlut*! eraser the Plan
O"*, ' r . t B*->r»m«l««ricw. d»t«l June 14. ISM.
»-' " ■ r-mmitte* by the d»
* -«** T . °V, siJLTtf en cr N-fsre Tefcruarr i«. 1900.
r^,.^ iii iT rf Trust Cc. PhtU4e:phia.
J *" - .' •,- N« \-* .•■
sS^r»r.t:!e Trust C=n:p*--.y. New "York Ot^
Uaaritar , Trs« I»odon.
Mersrs. Kleicwcrt -~- ■* •
r.^n-Piscorto Bank. Berlin.
& - 7 Z"*, —fee Kaatoor. Amsterdam.
*»««*f^^tp«per redpi erefcr upon th«
• pnMMal t - gueh
raymor.t w-.thln the
-"' a - *-■■•', "j ,* •■* ' "'•' '*■ -r-n->.-. win
tlzie ana at w*":.^-^ tn the rights, benefit* and
feave no rurr.- "V^r -if* Fl»« * ni -■-«r*-inent. In r«
srererty «^S2 -^*»3d ■»* deposited by them,
rpect d the "w,,," w ,,, j^^ive without penalty further
Sa*s J^p^Trf »fee crocks and lx;rrf» Included in said
$S^ *££•£«?» February 14, 19«.. inclu,^.
*^rt S3** -*= 3ar '' = 9-190°
..:^amf HARRITT.
ChaJrman:
A HEKSCHKR.
HERMAN SIEI/TKEN,
::. X
par
WINTKROP SMITH.
■vnU-IAM EDENBORN.
MAX PAM.
Committee.
JOHN V. LOrGHNET.
■c r»tar--.
. .-cp-r iIORROTV. FOX & MOORE.
V. V .5-' Ebtb &r>«l Kansas City. .Mo.
nKkrry Building. tTiicago.
BtreeV PWladelphla.
- « . cce=£^! for K^orgacization Commltt**.
SZ CALL FCF. INSANE AFYLUiI BONDS. -■
omr*~ ci - rt"-« Terrhonal Treasurer. Phaer.ix. A. T .
rpH"?3IE BEING 510.137 in the redemption fund
■*- t~r tr-.s- purpose. I will pay upon presentation Insane
£rr '«W bcs9a ef the Territory of A-isor* and accrued
r,^,.'-^". Utereaa. r.-mbers 31 to M both inclusive. in
,~*~~{ vM c-ear* from sr.rf tfter March 10. 1800.
XHOS VT; rEMBSP.TON. TVrrlterlal Treasurer.
.- crs and Brokers
YERMILYE & CO.,
BANKERS,
NASSAU 4 PINE STS.. NEW YORK CITY.
15 CONGRESS STREET, BOSTON.
Dealers in L". 5- Government Bonds and
other Investment Securities. De
posits received and interest
allowed on Balances.
Kansas City, Pittsburg & Gulf B. R. Go.
3o BONDS
Preferred Stock
n»HES ISSUED)
DEALT IX BT
P. J. Good hart & Co.,
Members H. T. Stock Exchange.
88 WALL ST.. SEW YORK.
60YEBHMENT and MUNICIPAL BONOS
SOIGHT A.YD SOLD.
iTAf> FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS Or ESTAB-
T.TPH^'> STEAM §MD BTKEET RAILWAYS A.YD GAS
AJO ELECTBIC LIGHT COMPANIES.
AJrpßAJsrMEsrrs MADE OR quotations FUR-
Hami FOR THE PURCHASE. BALE. OR EX -
cfiAXsa or abo\ij EBCUBXTIES.
j " ™ LisTS OK APPLICATION. " v
IT- "V 7". a -rhis <Sc CO..
BAXKBBS. - - »» f •> "
NT?W TORK. CHICAGO. BOSTON.
SI "VASSAL STREET. " 9TETW YORK.
INVESTMENT SECURITIES.
HATCH d, FOOTE,
Banker* and Brokers,
investment Securities, Stocks and Bonds
Boagbt end Bold on CommliilSD.
Km. 3 .NASSAU is. 16 WALL ST.. H. Y.
-ri::.sßa<! ISfii. lic=:b*:s N. Y. Stock Exchange.
R. L DAY & CO.
': BROAD ST.. NEW YORK.
40 WATER ST., BOSTON
Members N. Y. and Eos ton Stock Exchanges
financial (cUttions.
ills Mexican National Railway Co.
£LECTIO> NOTICE.
C WALL STREET.
NEVT-YORK, Febraarj' tSXb, ISOO.
In a(j&ord&sce »iti a certain Voting Tru*t agreemeat.
fi*-ei f^ptejeber Ist. 1667. ct. which the Farmers' Loan
t't Tr^«t Ccspary is VcrttßS Truete*. a general meetlac
ti th» F^ret Mortgage ax i second Mortgage A and B bond
haidTs of the Mexican National Railroad Company will
»» beii aa 12 o'diy-K. coon. Monday. March 38. 1800. a:
toe cfSt-e cf the Company. 6 Wall Street, New- York, for
tie purpose cf noniiniiir.e e:s;!;t directors to be elected, at
t*» tugil -retting of t=e Cotnpar.y.
B--r«i# tjr the rt^^tra.t;c>n d Fimt Mortgage and Second
S*-.^ag(> / A and B bor.d£, and for the transfer thereof,
wa-pe closed at cose cf ttifcisess. Saturday. March 3J.
4*4 remain rioted until final adjournment of meeting.
Jg, Th<? nffbt to rot* en bonds registered to the order
et acy jyrrsoa niay L* exercised by the registered owner
*• WrsoE cr by proxy.
~-Ti»« .■•'.•'Jer of acy bond or bend's payable to bearer
r-<rr -<r «e^ifctr a* ri^fat to vote tiereoa upon production
hereof ». lhe jae^'jng.
ifi -' Owaer? of r.or.-r*gi«er»d bond*, by hafing the rame
littet a, $nr.-i<t.&i in the Voting Trust agreem»ct. by the
K ~ r -"«KT «f the Coaspaty,' 6 Wall Ml— New-York, or
•? *•«•»». i!atije«oii &. fy>.. No. .. Lombard Street. I»n
*• «*-i*'«irjf ag«n». tun lif.er than fift^MJ days before
JUfQtfi may exwctfce the nsht to vote on the bond's
*• *is;.td. ii pernon or by prcxy.
WILLIAM BCRCKBL.
Secretary.
, i;i<-<rion .notice. . - J -\'
■t. Loci*. Iron Vonataia A soathern K«ll
wajr Co.
_ Near York. January 13, l»00.
is herebj siren that the annual meet
tr-t nt the Etockholder* of the St. Louis. Iron Mountain
••< tmgOttra Railway Company will be held la the Ccm
•*£>"■* f^-.at. in t'le City of Be. Louis, Missouri, on Tues
«a* iUrcc 13. U*f)O. at fr.yij o'doclt A. M . for th* election
*_ tilr^*a Inreciors i tr the ecsumg year, and tor tne
n *s«tei:on at any other bualaa** tr.a: may come before
**Jt rz.*tnzs Tfle ar.-uai electing of Lbe Director* wlil
*• t»:i it tr.* tanie oftce on tii« »am« d*r. at 12:00
*t«e* r.oct;. The traaeler t-*cks wai Ik . id on Taes
«C, .'ir.uars- 30, 15*00. et 3xt» o'clock f. M.. aad r»
9*J»*3 '.r. V.'ed&csday. Haxrh 14. 1300. a.l lD:O0 o'clock
* '■*■ GEO. J. . LTJ3 President.
A. H. CjtltZP. fitcretary.
Election Notice.
1 L- HlMuan F»*l«« Kmilw«ir Co.
•».,._, -" - Ye * Torn. Janvi*ry 13, 1390.
ss hereby - -yen that the annual meet
teg of the «»ocktiO;<lera ct Tn* Missouri Pacific Rali
lay L^isp&cy wUJ be ■►.: .= :.-;<• Coropasy's office, la la*
«V «f bl. Lcnijt. atisec-j.-i. cm Tuesday, Marec 13. 1800.
;}*-«/ o'c-.cck A. M.. for the Section of thirteen Directors
JrJ J * er.fu;r.r year, sai for tne transactl«3s of arsy oth«r
lei-"*'* *-'-*-t may com* t*fore e:»ld «cs*tiag. The annual
r^-=g of tta Direct '.r?. wUi be heW tn the kirn Offi-c
J* *-• «*=i» day. at 12:00 e'ei^ck noon. The transfer
ry**. * 'i l* rIIMU or. Tu**c*y, Jon. JO. 15*00, at ]:(X)
y?<<* r. ii.. aa« t. ,;.-n« or. H'aiinertay. March 14.
•*». at I'j.t*, o'clock A. M
. .. GED J. GOLXD. PreaKler.'r
A H. CALEF. Cecretjtry,
orriC£ OK THE COMMERCIAL iIUTL'AL, INS. CO.
NO. 12i NAfc'SAi;
»- T i . - New-y^k. February 6. •**■
An election of Trustees of the
<* hX h!r ? C:a ** "^ fcr thr^ In«P*^r» of Election will
«~ „' SJ?" JTOO of tbe '"oroptnv r»n Thursday, febni
. A. M.
DARWIN SL. JAMBS
ttcitttry. .
Diuibcnb JCoticea.
A per cent n ()f TWO AND ONE-HALF
! months ending si,?* i*j£ I' 1 •* rnlt «" for ">• «lx
f Preferred Stacker thiVoiS,]^ ***£ d< l " e<l on th
next to stockholder, of r^ Xl P*»*Me February 15th
P. M. Dividend check? w!'^ ™ .E? 1 ?"?,, **• ftt 3
Agent* of the Company? mailed by the Transfer
Rochester. Jaay JOt£"Ss£ 13 H <="«■■ Treasurer.
WK^" * ; ?j?™»«r* MFG. CO..
one^arter^er* SSr^i? riS '* of ONE AND
Assenting stock of the oTrVnenv * £""1 3*° UPOn the
tfcltKk A. M V"^ Opeaed Feb - =». I***. *t 10
* PH fBRD. KOBBE. Treasurer.
311 l3 11l " t li? HERKR\ ,;iv»'n that st a m>* f
mi,,- .I »t,irk .-.<.>- <-BNT. was decUred upon the

a. said S»
c. one p*r J> t l. ™ Ma--h l «-'^nd determining the per-
SgalnS the t^llt ' ?* tr aa»f" book, will b* closed
"F^bru^- % °at CC 3 1 TV tO at 1 , ™ si. :•=
March i at IO A V - ' rMp€n On
New York. February's, i<jiv>.
JAMES L. MORGAN. JR..
Treasurer
financial meetings.
NATIONAL. BANK OF. COMMERCE IN NEW YORK.
A ' SPECIAL MEETIS°S SSTSScftffir
ca,led f ii h n'd NN ww a M ft SffiM'Sg £
Nassau Street, Manhattan, In the <?ity of New Tori." en
Thursday, the l.Vh day of March." 190.">. at twelve °' CloCk
(1) ' To authorize the increase of the capita! stock of
the National Bank of Commerce In Now York to JrOO» -
W*}. by the issue of SO.mo aiditional shares of th« par
value of two each to be u*ed tor th« purpose of acquiring
th» assets and business of the National Union Baiiit of
New York, as proposed In the Directors* Circular of
(2) To provide that the number of the Board of Direc
tors shall b*> cot less than nine nor more than nineteen,
as from time to time the By-Laws may prescribe.
This meeting has been called, and this notice is given,
by order of rhe Board of Directors, and up-^n the writ
ten requisition of mere than l.unn shareholders* nt th»
£*rij£, holding In the aggregate more than -wo- third* of
ail the existing shares of the, National Bank of Com
merce In New Tork.
W. C DUVALL,
Cashier.
£0 CDhom 3l fllan (Tonccr
rpHE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED
STATES OF AMFRIC*. to the Marshal of th« '
United States for the Southern District of New Ynrk
GREETING: '. "*•
WHEREAS, a iibel and petition were filed !n the Dis- I
trict Court of the United States for the Southern L'lgtr'e
of New York on the 20th day of December in the year
I*9o by the Pennsylvania Railroad Company as owner cf ;
the ferryboat. "Chicago, 1 " her engines. Doilers. tackle ap- '
parel. furniture, wreckage and strtppingß. praying for a j
limitation of its liability concerning the loss, damaite and '
Injury alleged tr h»vo been occasioned hy a collision be- I
tween raid ferryboat "Chicago" and the steamship "City
of Aujfusta" on or abour the 31st day of October 1599 in
the North or Hudson R'ver. and ' • M
WHEREAS, said libel and petition pray«. amon? other '
things, that the meniti-n of this Court may issue to all
persons claiming against =;>M Pennsylvania Railroad
Company, damages for any loss, damage or injury caused
by or arising from *aid collision. >--.::r.c- them and* each of
them- to appear before the eald United States -Diatrict
Court for the Southern District of New York and make
due proof of their respective claims; and
WHEREAS, tkr said petitioner and llbellant. pursuant
to the order of Raid Court, has transferred In interest in '
the said ferryboat "Chicago." &;.-.. unto Samuel" H.
Lyman. Esq., the trustee appointed by the sai-1 Court
pursuant to the statutes of the United States in such case
made an<i provided; and
WHEREAS, said Court has ordered that a monition
Issue against all persons claiming damages as aforesaid
citing lean to a-iDear and Take due proof of their re
spective claim*.
NOW, THEREFORE, you are hereby summoned to ad
monish ai.d cite all persons claiming £amages against
•■aid. petitioner the Pennsylvania Railroad Company for
any loss, carnage or Injury caused by or arising "from
said collision of October 31 at. ISl<*. between ?aM ferry
boat "Chicago" an-, said steamship "Cli of Augusta." to
appear before Thoma? Alexander, Ea<j.. .United States
Commissioner, at his office in the Peat Office Building in
the Borough of Manhattan and City of New Tort en or
before the 10th day of April, A. D. 190<>. at elewn o'clock
In the forenoon, and you are also commanded to ad
monish and Ir* such per«or. or persons to appear and
answer •*■ allegations of the libel and petition h«re:n on
cr before the said, last mentioaet. date, or with: sue. 1 :
further tinie as the said .District Court of the Uniied
States may grant.
And what \<>u have drre in- th»> premises do you thereof
make return to yaid pi«tri''; Outt ot the I.'n:teil States
for the Southern LMstrier cf New York on the 10:h day of
April. A. D. lUOO. together v.ith tills writ.
WIT.'- the Honorable Adii&oin Erowc. Judge of the
District Court of the Unit»i States for the Southern Dis
trict of New York, this iTTth day of December, in the year
A. D. -•".i. a: i or the ln-jeper.tfenc* of the United States
the one hundred and twenty-third.
(seal) SAMUEL H. LTMAX. Clerk.
ROBINSON. niD33t.E £ WARD.
Pro"t-r« for Petitionem. - - •
Id Broadway. New York r .ty
TJ>-ITED STATES OF AMERICA, Southera
District o* New York, *■: WIIERKAS. a libel »nd
petition w^<i fi'e4^n the _DlSlVlct. Court of the United Stat»«
for the Southern District cf N?w York on the 2<hh day of
■January. - VHttl. "-try ttie*~t»B6an Steamship Company of
Eavannaa. o*n*r ot li» -ste*fll>hip "City of Augusta," her
engines, boilers, apparel, tackle, furniture. &c. for a
limitation of its liability'upon' all lo»s. destruction, damage
and Injury caused by a collision between said vessel and
the steam ! v boat ''Chicago ' In the N r'.h or Hudson
River. New York, en C ember Slat, 1S9«: and
WHEREAK. »«id Petitioner an^ Llbellant has gtv« n a
stipulation to »bi.'- by and pay the moneys awarded by
the final d>erse rem'ered fcv the Distr.ct Court, or by the
Appellate Court, if any appeal Intervene, to the amount of
{210,255.23 and interest the appraised value of said ferry
boat and her pen>:lr.p- 'reißht;
wOW, THEREFORE, in pursuance of the munition is
sued by the saU. C^urt to me directed and delivered. I do
hereby" 'He al. Demons clu'ming damages for lo«g. de
struction, dama?* it Injury occasioned ■• the said col
lision, to file and rank' M proof of th*:r respective claims
before Thcina* Alexander. Fsq.. United States Commis
sioner, at his office in the Post ' Office Bull ■ In the City
of New Ycrk on or before the Ist day of May. 1900, at 11
A SI., and also to appear before said Court In said bulg
ing an the Ist day of May 1900. at 11 A. M.. ar,.'. answer
said petition and libel; otherwise, they will be defaulted
and barred fron. parttcipatkn in this suit.
Dated New York. January 20, MM
WILLIAM HENKEL.
United States Marshal for the Southern District cf New
Ycrk.
MESSRS. DAVIES. STONE & AUERBACH.
Proctors for Petitioner and Libellant. No. 32 Nassau Street.
Borough of Manhattan. City cf New York
(Pecan Steamers.
GBLBQDDSLE TOD TrDQE
DELIGHTFUL WINTER CRUISE
ON* SUMMER SEAS.
Or. February 24 the QUEBEC B. S. Co.'. Mail
Fteatnship "PRETORIA' " saJ!s for a Cruise of i".
days among the West Indian IsUnds. visiting
Bermuda, Puerto Rico. St. Thomas. .«t. Kltts.
Antigua Guadaloupe. Dominica. Mertinlque. St.
Vim-ent, Barba^oe and Triradad. These beautiful
Tropical s«*as and iElar.ds seen at their best. $200
and" up. Apply at «»« for berths.
BERMI'DA— SaiI Every Five Days. 4S hours
from New-York.
For berths, programmes and information ap-
Pi>^° THOS. COOK & BON,
2CI and 1.— 5 Broadway. New-York.
¥0(11)1© TT© F^\[BQ©— l3©©©.
Ove- SIXTY TOURS, costing from Sl-J5 to $1,100.
Feveral parties already completed. Apply at once for
.ornmmocL-'on Superior arrangement* for Individual
TravTl^rr Programmes from THOg. COOK & SON. 262
and 1.21S Broadway, N- Y.
EUROPE DE POTTER'S
,--,,, T,r- HIGH-CLASS TOURS
ELliOft HSTABIISHED lf<T9.
A'l narts of CENTRAL • EUROPE (with and without
I-ALY, BRITISH ISLES; NORWAY. NORTH CAPE.
fVs.SIA ttc, etc. Various and well-raatured itineraries.
Bimerlar conductors. Inclusive cost. Spv»ral parties tn
May JuneJulv. AurJ«. AISO SPECIAL TOfRS TO THE
P4PIS EXPOSITION, etc.. with optional SHORT TOURS:
PASSION PLAY Also independent arrangements for
P^d a^cS? ! To^ SSKI/? flW Free. PARIS
A. DE POTTER. PARTS
45 BROADWAY. NEW YORK. l -*•*"»
SHORT ROUTE TO THE PARIB EXPOSITION.
HOLLAND AMERICA LINE
New York Rotterdam — Amsterdam via Boulcgne-sur
mer 2% hours distant from either Pans or London.
Yew twin screw Mesjners Potsdam. Btateadam and
Rotterdam. Winter rate: first class. .«0 and upward;
second dvi ?37. All other steamers carry one class of
cabin paj*engers $37 and upward.
Apply U. HOLLAND AMERICA LINE. 39 Broadway.
VfALLORY STEAMSHIP LINES.
**-•- From Sew York Wednesdays, rrldavs and Saturdays.
FOB TEXAS. GEORGIA AXTJ FLORIDA.
STRAIGHT and BOUND TRIP Ticket* lamed to all
point, to Tex*.. Colorado. Arum, California. Mexico.
G*orri« Florida. Ac Dellentral Excursion..
Write for our 60-page "Pocket Gtllc«" r (mailed free).
cIcMJuORVtCO.. Gen. Agt«-. PUr 20. E. R.. y. T.
RED D LINE.
■*• For La Guayra Puerto C*b«Uo, Curasao and Mara
c" Froro Roberta Pier. Broofcjjrn
«5 E PHIUanEWHIA ••• —uawlay. Fee. 20, IP. M
fc TheiT ve»ei# ' "have superior accommodations COT p*r
** CC ' *' BOI'LTOV BUSS «< DALLETT.
General Managers. 135 Prcnt St.
*4 PVEKTISEMENTS and subscriptions fur The Trii/un*
4L received at 'heir rptowoOtf.ee. No. 1.- 42 Broadway
"ddcor north or Sl«t-«.. until «»«^2? P « n. : advertUe-
JrV?ti »»e«l*e«r*t the following branch oDcei at r^jla*
NEW-YORK DATLY TKIBUXE. MONDAY. FEBTUWRY 12. 1000.
CDrcan SuamtTi.
r* 1!.?«««iJ Independent tickets providing
1 j£\ 11 rnTTH ?1 a!! tr » v « 1 '«»>« and hotel ex
s «/«.lJil I C/I -la JCL p«n*e» en route both ways,
f^- special vestlbuted trains.
with dining-cars, or ticket*, providing for every -n«r#lling
and note. cxpenr« under personal escort. Also through
cars to California without change or stop. Choice of
route*. Ticket* good t-> return f^r -. months.
>-"♦ -I Two erul3 *» to Cuba by th« eteamshrps
i ..Ifl,h)£l ' ' urttyba" 1 »nd •'Ollnda." lncludtnif visits
VUUfcl to Havana, Matanixs, and other coast
cities.
-— 5 Numerous toura by variable routes.
11 TATS P* lncl adlns; the- Ontlnent. Great Brlt-
JL--UJ </|U'^ air.. etc. The Tarts Exposition can
be Included. The tickets provide for
superior accommodations. Sfip-over privileges.
T~*fi • -I Tours going and returning by dif
f~" rnfirl?) ferew routes. Naasau, Key Www.
-1 H\Jd VI CL etc.. are optional. Tickets are food
to return until May 31.
tttt •• A visit to Kawnil, our new posses
'Pl £\*XAT£I 11 " llin . which has be*n truly called the
J -ICI yy <CIIJ Pearl of the Pacific. Is one of the
„' . ninst delightful imaginable. A week
wl!I be devoted to the volcano trip.
■it Th!» quaint and interesting country
I ,£1 T^ £) n wi " be seen during the season of the
Ui. W i-l i J cherry blossoms and flowering shrjbe.
,„ . and many secluded nooks and corners
wu be visited. Hawaii and China can also ba included.
FVT -1 s >«-v Including all travelling
/ iflTTli d TfOC aa ' 1 ho!el expanses to
1 iUi Ui \_li (ClO .■» Orleans an.l return
and night parade,. with seats for the day
and night parad»s.
J\/T ' • Special vwtlbuied train, with dtning
/yiAXICA car »«"rv'ce, interpreters, etc.. offer
A V -A'*»^ L \.J vU unusual facilities fcr traTelllng lei
/.„«,» _ . surely and with erery degree of
comrort. and enable the passenger to visit many places
or picturesque and historic Interest that woulrT otherwise
do inaccessible on account of the lack of suitable hotel
accommodations.
T^\ ' • t|-«4 ■ a . - The Troca-
Paris Exposition as^
grounds, now completed and ready for occupancy affords
a moat convenient stopping-place for visitors to th* Ex
position, saving them toe discomfort of trav-llln- in
crowded conveyances to and fro. as would be the cm* in
less accessible hotels. First class in even' respect Ac
commodations can now be secured Cor the hotel or ticket*
can be provki«d covering every travelling and hotel ex
pense for the entire tour.
T"\ - 4 /-? adapted tor families.
r T'\'\7£\\£* i CIT'C conventions, and hunt
ii i J >U V\i S Ing parties, equipped
me -T^; ! ' h ""i'*u c *•* alia —grate tottet s^Snteiiunui
and kl.chen with experienced cooks and wallers, and «m
fhort^oUce 17 COmfort and luxur J-. can be furnished on
short d
T~^ a t-»» • Three tours to our n*w
Puerto Rico Possesaion. embracing San
- 1 A^l^a X.\J J\l\,\J Juan. Ponce. Ccaino. and
the I drTveTve^? n aefl * "- "X*"'***™* pTant^lon"
the drive mtti gr*at military road by carriage, etc.
Juar^ ? BMntfleent DeW steamers "'Ponce" and "San
TT"Tv » 1 -t Information about re-
Kaiiroad and t^^T:
reaching them. the cost
SteamsjH i p Tickets .^Jss
bi 1 - of the world ar.4 rh^r neodfu] tnl
•hed on i r and
SSS?? ss a h C o C rr^. d c a e UU ° nS ™™- Ca " f -
Circulars on application. State information desired.
RAYHOND & WHITCOHB,
(Established- 1579.)
Tours and Tickets everywhere.
25 HIM SQI'AKE.
FAST EXPRESS SERVICE.
SOUTHAMPTON. BREMEN.
T U Sailing at 10 A. M.
Lann i- -• *X —— tir Gro«se..Mar. IT
aale Mar. ■; Lahn Mar. 2V
Kaiser Wm. der Gr. calls at Cherbourg and Southampton.
•iWin-'(T(w Express steamer.
OELRICHS & CO.. NO. 5 BROADWAY.
HANraiG?AMERISAH ISKL
TWIN SCREW EXPRESS SERVICE TO PLYMOUTH
♦ LONDON). CHERBOURG (PARIS). AND HAMBURG.
F. BlsnTck.Mch. 13. 10 AM K. Friedrtch. ..Apl. 12. Noon
A. Victoria. .A pi. 5. 10 A.M. i Columbia. . .Apl. 19. 10 A.M.
TV.'IN' SCREW PAS?ENV,EP. SERVICE.
TO PLYMOUTH (LOXDON). AND HAMBURG. Also
, _, „ N«w-Y'Tk— Hamburg illrect.
j Wald*n>p«. .Fob. J7.fl:CnAM;Penn»vivania.Mch. •I: SO AM
Phoenicia. F>?b.24. 12:."W P.M. ! Pretoria Mch. 10 1 P. M.
I'.ARIS HOTEL ACCOMMODATION
rey^rved for Companvs passengers on application-
HAMBrHG ■*■ LINE. H7 Broadway. N. T.
__ _ _
•HAMBURG-AMERICAN TXORTH GERMAN
LINE To ' LLOYD.
NAPLES A.ND GENOA, VIA GIBRALTAR.
ey EXPRES3 STEAMERS SAILING at :i a. M.
•Columbia Feb. IS {Ems Feb. 28
tTrave Feb . IT -X Wm. II itch. 3
tAller^ . . F«b. 24 tWerra Mch. 10
FOR ALEXANDRIA. EGYPT ON MARCH 3.
Return tickets available for the steam-»re of either Un«
.rom Mptei (Jen ,a. Gibraltar. Hamburg. Bremen, Lon
don Southampton. Paris and Cherbourg.
Hamburp-Amertcan North German Lloyd.
._ - Line, Gelrlobs * Co., Ag-nts.
3. Broadway. NY 5 Broadway, N. Y.
HAWAIIAN AND PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO.
OCCIDENTAL AM) ORIENTAL S. S. CO.
TOYO RISEN KAISIIA
Between Sun Frar. >. Honolulu. Yokohama. Kobe.
Nagasaki. Shanghai. Hone Kgiik.
Steamers lecve Sar. Francisco 1 P. M.
RIO JANEIRO .. Feb. IT PEKING . March 15
COPTIC Feb. 57l GAELIC . March 2S
AM MARU . .. March 7,K. MARL* March 31
For freight, passage and general Information apply at
349 Broadway, or 1 Battery Place. Washington Bu.lding.
and 257 BroaiTway.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY.
Intended steamship sailings from Vancouver
EMPP.E.-f? OF CHINA Feb. 20 May 7 and July 9
EMPRESS OF INDIA March 29. May :» July 2i>
EMPRESS OF JAPAN Apl. 16. June IS. Abc 20
HAWAIIAN SiLl«^->M)§TMy&
AORANGI March SIWARRIMOO April 6
For rates apply 3^3 Broadway and 65 Wai! St.
[FdDC 3 tPO£J©D°G® ffiflSaDa
Steamships of the RED •'Dl<D 1< LINE will sa.'i for San
Juan and Ponce as follows:
B. 8. PHILADELPHIA Tuesday. Feb. 20. 1 P. M.
S. S. KABACAI6O Saturday, Feb. 24, 1 P. M.
S. S. CARACAS Thursday, March 9. ! P. M.
For freight or passage apply to
3OULTON. BLISS & DALLETT.
Genera! Managers. 135 Front St.
©[L© DDQDEIQDKODdDIia ILO&3E.
DAILY SERVICE.
for Old Point Com'ort. Norfolk. Portsmouth. Pinner's
Point. Newport News and Richmond. Va.. connecting for
Petersburg. Richmond. Virginia Beach. Washington. D.
C. and entire South and West.
Freight and Pasaen«»r steamers sail from Pier 29. North
River, foot of Beach St.. every week day except Saturday
at I p. on., and Saturday at 4 p. m.
H. B. WALKER. Traffic Manager
*^ — PARIS—
" * = S. A— LEU: specially chartered to sail 3 p. m..
June 27. to Cherbtunr. Siuthampton and Bremen: also
stearnirs CITY OF ROME an.l NEBRASKA. SPECIALLY
CHARTERED. June 30, 1.) Glajgow, for Paris Exposition.
Oberammergau Passion P.av and Tour of Europe, booking
now. Also Thirty other Spring and Summer Excursions to
Europe. Holy Land Party lo«v«>s March 3. April 28. June
"7 and the « rid Parties. Sept. 12 Oct. 3. Nov. 3
F. C. CLARK. 11l BROADWAY. NEW YORK.
A — CUXARD LINE.
TO LIVERPOOL VIA QirEENSTCvrN.
From Pi*™ 61 and 52, North River.
Etrurla Feb. 17. 8 A. M. j Etruria. .March 17, 6 A. M
Campania Feb. 24. noon | Campania. Met] 24 11 A M.
Lucanla. .March 10. 1 P. M. Cmbrla. Mch. 31, 6 A. M.
VBKJCON H. BROWN ft CO.. Gen. Agents.
2a BROADWAY. NEW YORK
V MERICAN LINE. "~~
**■ FAST EXPRE3S SERVICE
» NEW-YORK— SOUTHAMPTON— LONDON.
CALLING WESTBOUND AT CHERBOURG.
Salllns Wednesdays at 10 A. M.
New York . . Feb. 14 New York March 7
St Louis Feb. 21 ; St. Paul March 14
trrlesland Feb. 212 1 - tKenstn>rton March 21
tSAILING AT 12 NOON.
RED STAR LINE.
NEW — ANTWERP—
Every Wednesday at 12 Boon.
•Kensington . Feb. 14 FTles:an.i . . Feb. 28
Noonlland Feb. 21 i •Southwark M*rch 7
*Thes« steamers carry cabin and third class pasc>?ngers
at low rates.
INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPANY
Piers 14 and 13. N. R. Offlee. 73 Broadway.
A - WHITE STAR LINE. '
•*^-* NEW TORK— QUEEN3TOWN— LIVERPOOL.
Ooeantc. .Feb. 21. » :3O a. i:. | Oceanic .. Mar. 21. 8:90 a.m.
Teutonic Feb. 28. noon] Teutonic Mar. 28. noon
Cr»>-man!r.. . .March 7 noon! Germanic . April 4. noon
For passage, frelrht and general Information apply to
WHITE STAR LINK
Pier 48, North River. Office, 9 Broadway. N. Y.
FRENCH LINE.
pOMPAGNIE GESTEBAXE TRANSATLAN-
V TIQUE.
DIRECT LINE TO HAVRE— PARIS (France).
bailing ttnrrf Thursday at 10 a M.
.. From Tier No. 42. North Blver foot Mnrton St.
La Uaseogne Feb.lSjl^ -JrctaKne March «
1^ Touralne Wb. -- I. Anuitalne March 13
La Xocmandi- March 11 La Gascogne . March 22
Accommodations reserved in the Grands Hotels On
Trocadero during the ParU E»pf»s!tlon.
General Agency far United States and Canada, 32
Broadway, Sew Ynrk.
pANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY. ~~
FOR DATES Of ITeAUtBTP SAILINGS
«££ TrflS COLUMN TO-MOBROW.
DIIXIAAD *SD POOL TABLES. '
BILLIARD AND POOL "TABLES, new j
and second-hand ;■ luw«s( nrlces: easiest j
term*. MARX BROS.. 24 t-qlp- .««mar».
BISIMESS CHAACF.S.
TWO TOUNG. energetic buslneaa men.
presently holding responsible positions In
New -Y'.rk City require forty to fifty j
thousand dollar* capita! la conduct a :
manufacturing business In which good
■ profits can be realize,!. Investors can con
trol finance* an.i take active part If de— j
aired. Address LCYTHER. Tribune Office. :
CARPET <i } K\l\<,
■ „., —— ~ -w-w ~_^-^-~~ j
CARPETS cleaned by steam, by hand or
en the floor. Careful Carpet Cleantnt
Co.. l.tiS Broadway. 421 East 4*tk-ex.
COE * BRANDT. TeL 132-3Stb_
— — — — — — — — — _——^-^ — ;
BOARD A?tD ROOIH.
I— FIRST CLASS new family hotel: j
strictly fireproof: all the comforts and I
conveniences; delightful ROOMS for single |
men. WITH HOT AND COLD WATER. (
STEAM HEAT AND ELECTRIC LIGHT. ;
for »5 P2R WEEK UPWARD; cannot be .
equal:- references required. HOTEL t
ROUND. 59th-st. and Madlson-ave..
block from Centra! Park Entrance.
. . :
THE NIBLOCK. 37 and B) WEST 32D-?T.
— Elestint furnished ror»m*. with bcanl;
cen'ral location, near Eroad-»ay.
43TH-BTJ 32 WEST.— Nicely - shed !
back "parlor, suitable for physician: also |
other rooms: superior cuisine: table guests.
■ ■
DRESS JIAKI.I If.
CORRECT STYLES: perfect fit guaran- '
teed: faultless skirt droop: superior work ■
and finish; expert on jackets and waists;
responsible; ■.- • able Mrs. CO">KE> 2.M
West 44th-st. !
DRESSHAKING. Suits, latest style; also !
remodelling: satisfactory reference; mod
erate prices. M. HOKTON, 20« St. Nlch
. olas-ave.
DRESSMAKER. — London: employed in
best houses; will work at her own home
cr out by the day. Address 123 Park-aye..
near 41st-st.
DR.ESSMAK.EPw— First class, from Lon
don; late with Stem Br-is., has com
merced business ■• 122 Park-aye.. near '
Murray Hill, and will make summer ;
; gowns very reasonable; also fancy waists. i
\ DRESSMAKING wanted. $1 IS a day.
t ANDERSON, <W3 Lexlngton-ave. :
i. . •
] DRESSMAKER.— Ompetent; wants wnrk
at home or out by the day: Jl s'>: re
modelllnr: p*rf«vt fitting. 141 East .lOth-sr.
FRENCH DRESSMAKER. late from
Worth. Paris, ant? O'Hara, N»w-York:
1 guarantee perfept fit; latest styles; out or
home: home preferred. O»;i or write
VICTORINE. 13a East 2Tth-st.
! MME. MARIE. 1«1 West 84th-st.. during
dull season will make special prices for
, summer dresses.
: THOROUGH children's dressmaker desires
engagements cut by the day. EXPERT,
i 257 Wast 42.1-31.
j THOROUGHLY competent dressmaker,
late Dawy. wishes engagements out by
day: private families; latest styles; re
models, alters: reference. Address H. M..
-."■7 West 4-d-st.
DRESS AXD ACCORDION i'LtAT
t.\G.
fsin f?.s\"V J n r> >n of every description
L^.t-^>;j ":-:--; »■►:> v~, w 3 :- AP. -
DINO. 20 W. 23.1 St Established 30 years. :
.. - == ;
EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES. 1
,
BT."TLER. &r. — Coupie: speaking French;
English butler. cnok. or chambermaid.
■ pariormaii; both highly recommended;
. anxious to work. titKi «th-ave.. Jacyuias.
H)R \iioi-im\
:
.Ik- ■
KIHMMIKU R00919 TO LET.
H
fn -nt
| . 11 U3f -
-
:Tfir»n ■
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE.-'m R.I.P AN for 5 cents
" -1 "i g-g' « • < . one gives relief.
HYPNOTISM
HYPNOTISM taught In all
Its branches. All nervous
diseases cured by «imple sug
gestion. Free demonstrations.
AMERICAN SCHOOL OF
HYPNOTISM. 251 sth-ave..
N. Y.
1.0 SI.
LOST.— Bankbook Nri. 7«1.5-?5. Bank far
Pavings. 2x» Uh-ave.. New-York. Pay-
2IACII:.\EHT.
AT REDUCED PRICES. — second-hand
wood and iron .-king machines-, fully
guaranteed: maehir.«ry bought and ex
changed. GEORGE B. EDDY. 3'Ja MaJl
scn-st.
TYPEIVTIITKKS.
TVPtJWRITBKS bought, sold, rented, re
paired; best ma n.nes; lowest price*:
trtsl free: telephone. CONSOLIDATED
TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE. 241 B"way.
HELP \.MED.
Male.
STENOGRAPHER and TYPEWRITER.—
Sober, industrious married wan: thor
oughly versed in tabulating work on large
Remington arvl absolutely competent 11
take testimony: '.iteral »alar>" paid ta right
party. Address, =-tit:tiß age. previous em
ployment, references, present residence anJ
salary expected, H. C. J., Box SI, Tribune
Office.
WORK WANTED.
. Female.
CASHIER or COPYIST. —By an educated.
Address QUICK, 1.242 Broadway.
COMPANION.— Young lady Would like po
sition as companion or maid to an
elderly lady. Address KANE, 753 10th
ave. .
COURIER (or Exposition: cultured lady;
iTOdtsed twelve tinsrs: iievi*r "•'astcU; ex
penses -... . SMITH. 121 \*>st ■.'■'.' . -■
GOVBHNESS. — Uy a rerined. trustworthy
German; experienced; take entire, con
scientious chars*- of small chiliren; primary
teaching, kindergarten, purest German;
personal reierene*s. vj Wtat. 3Sth-*t,
UOVKRNESS.— Englirh governes wlshia
pnaiticn In family; experienced and high
ly reramraendtil: French, music, drawing;
country or travel. Address GOVERNESS,
am Madison-uve.
HAIRDRHBBER will attend ladies at resi
dence; 3t> cer.t3 per hour. SI E. .*•".[ p. it
JANITkK.-.- — Respectable woman a« Jani
trese; has sun a plumber, who will at
tend to repairs. Mrs. NuONAN. West
27th-st., top ..... - • ' " .
JAM" for one or more house? .>r
private residence; best references, per
sonal. MURRAY. l.iat Id i\. near'otfth.
LADY want* to do plain sewing ou*. by
the day. E. X.. SS2 Columbus-a.ve. <■
PI AN — Reftnt-d young woman desires
engagements to play, week or hour. Ad
dress MUSICAL. 1,242 Broadway.
PIANIST. — Expert; an accomplished and
refined widow desires to secure a situa
tion as companion to a lady or some other
remunerative employment. R., Box 234.
Tribune Office. .
TEACHER.— Elccutiun. physical culture,
voice trained fur put/.ic speaking or con
versation, neglected : education cjrrected.
mathematics, history, literature; pupil*'
residence or studio. EDUCATOR. 852 Co
lumbus-aye.
TEACHER. — Young woman, 27 years old.
who can ttach English. French, music,
drawing and painting, as visiting teaoher
in a family with y^ung children, or as pri
vate secretary AJdreat B. D. 8., 124 East
Slat -it.
WANTED — Wort, from a clipping bureau,
—paper or publish' company wish
I.l* miscellaneous or otticr clippings or to
take noie» OUBSCRIBBR Marti: villa,
Ind.
YOUNG LADY wishes position In bakery;
ftipeiienc-ed. M. JOHNSON. 134 Atlan
tle-ave , Brooklyn.
ADVERTISEMENTS and suDacrtptions for
Th* Tribune received at th*tr L'ptown
Office, No. 1,2i3 Broadway, id door north
of 31st-*t.. until h o'clock p. m. . adver
tisements received at the following branch
office* at r-guiar office rates until 8 o'clock
p. m.. viz.. an Bth-av«-. ■ «. cor. 23d-«t. .
102 otta-«.vc.. cur 12th-«t.; Macy'«. «th
tve and Hth-»t . . 143 cviumtun-tvi.. o«ar
Wast aath-at . 100 Weet ua-w.,
WORK. WASTED.
Hal*. '
BOOKS OPENED, written up, balanced,
searched, kept double or single entry
daily, weekly or monthly; time and terms
to suit. CASTLE. -r t i Manhattan-eve .
Brooklyn.
BOOKKEEPER or office manager: aged
33; 15 years' experience; until a few day*
ago connected with oae el tne largest cor
poratMns In the city; highest references
furnished with a fidelity company bond. If
required. Address BOOKKEEPER. P. O.
Box 2.528. New- York.
BAKER. — Foreman; thorougnly experi
enced on all kinds of bread and toils;
understands patent ovens. G. S.. 234 East
4.lth-st. "..•.■.:
BOT, 16. a« office or scene pau»ter*s a*ip
er; can draw. p. KONZ. 1.852 fVilVcMt
a»e., Hoboken. N. J.
BOY. IT, to learn a trade: strong and
willing- reference. I.IOS Lexlngton-av».
BOY. with four years' experience plumbing
and gas fitting. M. QfINX. 1.197 l*t
ave.
BOT. 1* years, living with par-nt*. desire*
a situation at anything In some business
house. GEORGE MOONEY. Jr., 323 Pa
c-fic-st.. Brooklyn. r
BOY, IS. in wholesale licuse a: anything.
F. HARREi .-, 222 Bleecker-it.. Brook
lyn.
BOT II desires position with advance
ment- ofTW preferred- »«st of reference.
FRANK BCBSACD. 15 St. Mark's Place.
BOY. 19 willing to work at anything, F.
J. WaNERKA. • .- Qulncy-st.. B'klyn.
BOY, 18. in wholesale house where there
Is chanre to b*> trav»llte»; salesman: can
use typewriter- r»>re«»ee. WALTER E.
V. 'SSEN IC2 West l<*2d-st.
CARPENTER. —By good mechanic; quK-k
worker: short job or steady. C. AN
PERSOX. 32s Ea?t S.'th-st.
CUSTOM '"TTTER IB years. de«lr«» situa
tion: anywhere. CUTTER. 13 Monroe
st.. Little Fa'.ls. N. V
CUTTER.— Young man wishes to learn tba
trade on neckwear.' H. HER3HKOWITZ.
S2>; Car.non-st.
CASHIE3R. — Young man. French, no Eng
lish, as cashier or anything; can fur
nish *3i*> security. Address G. 8.. 63
Greenwich-st.
WATCHMAN.— Married. Swede, wishes
steady position as watchman or porter;
handy with carpenter tool* and under
stands all around horses; references.
ERIC XEIL3ONT, 3'J2 W«st 40th-st.
CYLINDER or Gordon presman wishes
steady situation; city or country. P.
WUESTHOFF. ■•' 2d-Bt.
DRUGGIST, junior. IS; 3 years' experi
ence: desires -■-- position: beet refer
ence. BERNARD PRIBEL. 401 E. 76th.
DRIVER. &c.— Young man. 21. as driver
or at anything: can give excellent
recommendation- salary expected $K> ocr
week. WILLIAM H. GILLETT. 813 2d
ave.
DRIVER.— Young man. 20, a» driver or
anything steady: can furnish security.
JAMES RICHARDSON, 41 DufSeld-st..
Brooklyn.
DRlVEß.— String, cariful. honest, tem
pen reliable go---d horseman; under
stand* shirping- turclture packer; best of
references. CONOO. 432 West 2Sth-st.
DRIVER, painter or janitor: handy at
anything; experiftnoed. R. COFFBY. 377
South 4th-st.. Brooklyn.
DRIVER on delivery wagon; 5 years' ex
perience »n baker's wagon: good refer
ence. W. JOHNSOX, -- 3th-ave.. F.'kbn.
VXRUGGIST. — By young man with some
experieri.-p. HENRY OREEXBORG, care.
Prr.ith. 7r.ft Stth-are.
DRAUGHTSMAN, mechanical, desires po
sition with char.cc &f advancement: ref
erence. F. C. 8 Perry-st.
ENGINEER. — Competent: strictly sciher:
factijrv or apartment house; first class
referer.-e. M'i'ARTHT. 21« East 120th-st.
ELECTRICIAN" a HELPER.— Young man.
82 wishes steady pcsltion: light bell
tubing, dyaair.o ten«!er and oiler. ELLIS,
care Wallace. 1.520 Madison-aye.
ELEVAIOR P.rXXEß— Passenger or
frcijrht- 2-V cix years' exper'.enoe: refer
ence: steady an.l reliable. JOS. BENISH.
410 East 73th-st.
FURNITURE SaUTSMAN.— City or coun
try. HUSTLER. 53 Burd-?t., Nyack.
N. Y.
GP.rirER. — Experienced: srv>d r»;ere!"-<?:
r^.-xl sign painter BP.E.-*SERT. !> We*;
lOSd-at.
INTERIOR DECORATING AND PAINT-
Ing executed In modem and attractive
4eslgr.«; also hardwood finishing; specialty
cf city and country' private residences; send
costal for estimate. JOHN BLADY. Artist.
21 West IGOth-st.
.IAN'" — First class> : steam heat and
hot water;, understands small repairs;
best reference. 108 West MM m
JANITOR of WATCHMAN.— Apartment
house, fla:s. small ofl building, store,
warehouse. Institution: Swedish- American;
industrious, intelligent, experienced; high
est references: absolutely temperate.
TRUSTWORTHY. 397 Pulton-st Brook
lyn,
JANITOR.— small German family ftr one
or two "arnntises: hlahest references
given. M =TEINITZ. 210 East 2ath-st.
JANIT-R. — American: can do small re
pairs: two or more houses. GODD4RXI.
13 M ri i si •
JANITOR.— By colored man and wife- no
family. • .:n'.[ 627 Lexinmon-ave.
JANlTOß.— Plumber and wife: la re
pairs; best reference: no basement.
MURRAY. 2.V> East U2ih-«.
JANITOR. — Wauld lrke to have janitor's
Dtace In Sast Ne-.v-York; no children.
Mrs BCHBRNTHAXEB ITS OrcharJ-st.
JANITOR for three or four houses; ex
perience; good reference; har.dv with
ti-o'.s: can iio Ugh', plumbing. JANITOR.
0 West 1021-st.
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MATTRESSES REMADE at customers'
residence"! In three h^urs a specialty; new
tickings and hair supplied; sole users of
own patented csciliaung hair carding ma
chines and cGllapslUe hench-s. THE
MAUBORGNE METHOD. *4fi Oth-ave.
Country orders aolleitad. Telephone >»»i7
Cotumbas.
MACIIINI.ST. a^ej. 19: experience; thor
oughly reliable- d"?trefi wcrk of ar.y
kind. J. -MKIKA:. 44>» East T4th-s:.
MAN. 4.* sober, wishes position; more f"r
g-.-w.l hem?. BRAt'N. care Krum. *>
Ea*t sth-st.
M ... WATCHMAN.— By relUhle man;
good reference. WALSH, 151 El 32d-st.
OFFICE ASSISTANT.— By young Ameri
can, where ho.ieaty did perseverance
warrant nnimoiion. F. B. ROCKWELL.
74» East 134th-st.
PLATE PRINTER desires position. G. 9..
8 East hth-st.
PARQUET FLOORS repolished, antiiue
furniture r^nr-ed and French polished:
work done Uy the day or job: best refer
ences. VICTOR. ARCHIDET. ■■ W. 10th.
POULTRY FARM.— German, aged 25;
thoroughly capable In everj- way. G. T.,
113 West l«th-it.
POUTER or WAT«"HMAN.— GOTTFRIED
SCHNITZLER. 410 Uetropolitan-ave..
Brooklyn.
PORTER. &c. — By American, aged 40. as
pnrter, pa-k*r or freight elevator man.
or in any capacity where diligence and in
tegrity would be appreciate^. Address
ELWOOD. D.3X 1. Tribune Office.
POUTER.— Position In office; best refer
ence. JOE siLINKELHEIM. 1.534 Ut
ave.
PACKER, porter, watchman or Janitor,
understands steam beat; willing and
obliging: Al references. H. CHESTER
MAN. 121 West «6th-«t.
PRIVATE SECRETARY. 4c— By a re
flnfcii. capable young woman, as private
secretary, companion or the entire charge
of a child; city or country: references ex -
changecf. H. H. W.. Trtbu»# Office.
STENOGRAPHER. Remington tvpci-'--
about four yaara' commercial experience;
highest referances; $12 to $15 bo agencies.
M. E. STRAHAN. 53 East 105 th st
STRONG. stea4y married roan wants work
at ani thing: no canvassing. D SULLI
VAN. 227 Prospect-s«.. Brooklyn.
TIMEKEEPER for a large factory. where
correctness and honesty la wanted; fur
nish bond and Al reference. ..as. R.
tSCHN£IDER. 334 East 16th-st.
TF.CTJNICALLY «dueaied. competent
business man of ecxiaMerabl* ability, re
r.ned. of good address reap rattle, strong
references, bonds ii require^:, begin with
■mall salary. ADAM 9, Box I*. Tribune
I Iff c
TINSMITH. — Good shop worker; experi
enced on acetyfen* gas generator; wajils
work. HAHLMAN. 411 West 35th-st.
UNDERTAKER'S ASSISTANT, with »>
yaars' experience; or woul.l drive hears*
In city or out of town. Address A. B-.
t>:iT Bushwlck-ave.. Dr»okl>n.
UPHOIjiTtUtER.— O^od mechanic; expert
enoe4. wlshe* situation or work for pri
vate nouses; reference. A. S»*HVLI. AM
East Wth-.t.
WATCHMAN.— Nlgfct; boat «r wat«r
front, factory; wall posted with steam.
hones and machines OOTTTRIED
sCTTNiTZLEn. «10 Metropolitan
BrootUyn.
WORK WA.I IXO.
Male.
TOCNO MAN, 22. wtah«s situation ta
country grocery «tore: 4 years' expert
ence; best references; mountains preferred;
state salary. L. 3. B. P. O. Box 190.
Btottvll>. Columbia County, N. V
YOUN(J MAN for factory «r office; good
penman. RUDOLF BRANDSTATTEit.
care Menslag. 542 BKh-aTe.
YOL'NO MAN. 20. wen educated in Eac
lUh and Italian. lestree an advancea*l»
position. '■ D.. 21 M . hern ••
TOUNO MAN IS. good business edueaUac.
wisbe* position In efflee; can .-rush
boads and references. JOS. CAMP3EIX.
15 Trott-st.. Brfroklyx
YOfNO MAX. 36 would Un positum tn
oCcc. with a4vs>e.cement: salary $5 to IS:
good penman and beat reference. THO£.
A. DALY, 21 Brunsw!ck-st.. Jersey City.
N. J.
TOt'NO MAN. 18. wiah»s position tn cff.ee
or wholesale house: exe«-ient references;
g<sod penman. JOHN ELLISON. 4TS
Canai-st.
T»>!'N>> MAN', near 23, bright and willing.
desires situation at anything; ligfc-' ta>*
man preferred M BROL'GHTON. «s
Washington Square Soutnw.
YOUNG MAN. 32. seven years" experience
as shipping clerk, har.dtinc raw silks,
"•a». cofr*»s and" sh»l!ac; test references.
G. U TOOKSR. «7 Fr-r.t-st. _
YOL'NG Man desires situation in commis
sion merchant's or brokers office; 2na
penman; good education ar.d appearance;
sal references. B. A. X.. care L. S..
southwest corner 44:h-st. ar.d 3:h-av?.
TOL'NQ MAN. 20. strong. Germar-Arr.erV
can, wants position where Ke caa a.i
ranee: fair penman. MARTIN KUXIB.
IK> rfumpter-st.. Brooklyn^
DOMESTIC iITI'ATIOSS WASTED
Male.
ATTENDANT to invalid gentleman: good
valet: shaves, massage: used to lifting
heavy patients; best raf»r«nce» froga pri
rate "imili*. JOHN STALDER. «S3 Aa
sterdam-ave.
AMERICAN wants one cr two furnaces to
cjre for: best city reference. JANITOR.
307 Columbua-ave.
BT'TI.ER — C red man as butler: wife as
cook- ir private family; city referer.ee;
city or country. W. N.. Box 75. 1.2U
Broadway.
BVTUER. VALET.— ?wiss; tall; thor
oughly competent in his duties; •Xpert
silver cleaner; obliging: snb«r: bent .MtT
personal references. EUGENE, sc" 6th
ave.
BUTLER or VALET.— By German. it. i—
sires position February 13 with a. gentle
man In bachelor apartments or private
family- thoroughly competeat and reliable:
b-st of' references: wages **5 to $T>o. Ad
diess LANG. vOi gth-ave.
BUTLER or sing'.ehanded; English; aged
?5: c'ty or cr>urtn'; g-*"t retir»^■ c*. 8.,
21« l East 33d-st.
BUTLSS.— Thoroughly ex?er<encea young
e«>l.-»r«d butler ta private fan-.Uy; n->
boarding house; long pers.sr.al. written ref
erence. Address J. B. 1.4»8 Br^aiwsy.
BUTLER.— Speaks French. English. 33:
sober; understands hts business thor
oughly: witling, obliging, steady; first class
long city persona: references. PISDNOEL.
irtS East. OSth-st. ■"'-■*■■
EUTLER and VAUET.— Englishman. S3;
10 years' city reference from last en-. -
ployer. J. G.. Box 74. 1.242 Broaiway.
BtrTLER or SECOND MAN Young Eng
lishman; wea trained; t^o.l appearance:
courteous, intelligent; steam or furnace;
Genteel fa-rtlv f>niy: best city references.
HUS SELL. — - West mtn-;t.
BI'TLER or VALET.— By I first class,
experience! colored man. married; a
go>d waiter; neat, clean, honest and so
ber- first class city references. HAZEL.
43 West 66th-st.
! COOK. — Young eclored man. plain cook, to ;
learn fancy and French cooking; would ;
1 !!»# :o go abroad. Address JAMES BUR- .
i t:t-I.U *>> West 3Snh-st.
' .. — . I
CARETAKER'S position; private hJuse; |
no children: PMtestar.t: hir^?»i r»fer- ;
ence. BROWN. 5e5 Anister-lam-dv^
I CARETAKER. — By a re»pectabl# rnarr.*d 1
man highly recoinsiended- prtvat* btfoaa ;
i or hcu«e to rent. Address T. M.. O^ Jth- [
; *!!: i
CARETAKER Mar. and wif*. no fam- !
ily, want private house to care for sum- !
i mer or while fami.y ar» in ESirope: city i
reference. L. 8.. Box i«i. 1.252 8.-aiway. |
! COACHMAN. — By ynung (le. rr-.an; useful
man; al! - urwi ÜBd«r»iar..i» good care :
I of horses. hame«fl; test r»f-rencei. Ad- i
! dress -KiXK 33"J East l-Ur.-st. •".' ;. , :,
i COACHMAN.— A your.* man : food aps^iir- j
anee- thctoughly reiiairle; careful fan- |
j lly coachman; l" years' unquestionable ]
a ■ M
I seen. M. r l.(*<\ Jaclcson-ave. j
COACHMAN. — Cavalryman as coa'tman:
IB -ears 1 b»st city reference; last em
ployer can be seen. JANITOR. 421 Eas-
TOth-st. ______^
COACHMAN. — Single. a*ed S> : good re f f£;
enees fr --itr. :ast «mf.
preferred. I. V care of b'Conre!?. 391
Bast 43d- st.
COACHMAN. — German, midil* at«d; thor
oughly experienced; understands garden
ing; care furna.-e; handy with ioa\»; grrod
reference. Address HOLT. 131 East 4th
s«.. stare. ■__
COACHMAN. — Thoroughly txpprwm.;*J l;
■ married. 33: medium height; careful
atyliaa elty dnver; disengaged taroogp
dea'h of employer: highly recorr.mer.ded.
DP.Y3DALE. 35-' West 4»th-j:
COACHMAN. — By experienced man in pri
vate family: a«e>l 3<i ; weight. 15<>: eiiy
or country: reference. HUQHEs. .'H 3>-
ave.
COA(_*HMAN. — Thoroughly understands tr.e
ta.T« *f fir.c borsea. harness and car
nages: good careful driver; three years
last piare; employer can be seen. COl#-
LINS, 110 East 413t -Jt. •'■■.■;■■■
CO\<T"M\N.— Enar'.:«h; single; neat ap
peararv- stylltfc aad careful driver: two
years aid a h2:i wtto last employer: cilv
place Dreferrei. EDWARD FREW'.N. iS6
East SOth-st.
1 ■ \ IIM AN — Married- no incun-.trar.i-e;
ten years' first class references fr---m
prominent New- York faxnslles; wtli go
aaywher» in the T'nitei Statea. Aii.lr»»»
W. \V.. Ul3 East S3.i-st^ .
• •':•: Man — Reliable, sober; carerjl
driver, long expertenee; highly recom
mended in every reap*c«: persona! refer
ence?; fix years in last place. Lt>t_l». «dT
«th-ave.
COACHMAN.— Single: cty or country: ia
well recoinmer.detl by two last empla>ers.
who can be seen: wi'.l b« found wftllnf
and obliging. Address COACHMAN. B.jx
»4. 1.242 Broadway. ____^
FARMER.— Working farmer: married;
srarderrr. «rra<!ins. »ee<i]nff. reads, lawr.s.
plants, t-nrubs. flowers Wls. horses, poul
try, ccv.nstruct fence*. bUat rook, s'.eam
heat: last employer oan be s«en. T.
CUDDY. 300 West :»tn-st.
FARMER.— Man and wif- want farm
work: first class. G. HL'EER. iiil West
4_J-«t.. rear.
FARM FOREMAN. — Small family; vir..ier
stands farmm?. carfienini; and general
management o? first class f^rm cr gentle
man' .1 pU.e; will accept only a first class
*!:i;at!3n: best reference froir. present and
former employers. Address, with wages,
etc.. C FUANCI3. dtapleton. Staten
Island.
GARDENER.— Aged 32; married: 17 years' 1
practical experience in greenhouses, fl-,w- ]
ers. vegetables; take i»re gentleman* ;
place; best refsrencej. Aadr^ss. bl ma:!. :
« HAS. SCHAEFER. 34ft »>s: 11l at. j
GARDENER. — Expertencsd In aTt-er>.h?uß*s. 1
gTaprric*. fruits and flower* anj uer.era; '
rr.ar.a»- of a et»un:rv place: test ref- I
erenc«s. J. M.. Box 84. Riverside. ion».
GaBDENBR.— Life experi«ru'e In ail its !
branches; excellent reeomreendattens for ;
ability, honesty, sobriety, industry; wir« ,
first class dairy woman if ne-'essary. Ad- 1
dress GARDENER. Box MS Wi.kesbarre,
Prop. j
GABDENER. — By a Scotcnman, marrle.l: !
no smal! cr.;:«lren; thoroughly understands '
all branches of the twwtaw ; Mad rdtr
*nce. •.drei-s J. H. 114 Chambers-st.
aAROENER.— Single: 15 years' expert- ;
enee greenhouses, flower*, fruits. v?i»
tahles; carpet twdilng and notbeds special
ty; understands care tiorses. cows, pmtlllj;
competent take charge ger.i'.eniins place;
excellent references. .\JJresa GARDEXE?..
Box 2S. Tribune Office
GARDENER.— I am seeking a position:
thoroughly conversant with the care of a
gsntl«maa's place; excellent refereac*; who
wamt» m«? J. EUJOTT. 34 Dey-st. ... .
GARiJEMBU. — German, aged M married,
cne child: prattcal expertenc© m all Us
branches; take charge of gentleman's piac*:
first ciitaa reference*. • GARDENER. 74
West-st
■iAKT'SNHH and FARMER to take charge
of gentlenvtn's place: understands care of
anything under gia*s cr any par: of hurti
cultur*. B. 8., 13 R.«ig«?da!e-ave.. Mcr
rlatown. X. J.
GARDENER.— Married; a*»d 30 thor
oughly experienced In all branches of Jha
profession; can give satisfactory referen«-e.a
fr»m iaat employer a« 10 '-apabUity, char
acler, etc A«Jires» R.. MSllburn. S. J.
GARDENER. — Competent to supertnter.it
and manage gentleman's place; married,
•mall family : txperlenc* greenhouses,
farming, fruits, vegetable* and attend
everything in general; good references.
CHARLES SMITH. L*«T D«Ka4h-«»«..
Brooklra.
II
OOMSSTIC JITCjITIOSS WAJITKO
Mai*.
GARDENER.— Single man aa head gar
deoev on «r«aileman'» place: rhorangSly
uwieratands gr^»3J»tuse«. craperte*: experr
sea*, camatloo and chnrseutthemum grow
er: a .«. vegetable*. trees. snnU)*. vines
and everythiss •■• ---.-.-1 with a first class
emintry plan; 1; >»»r»- ftmt class refer
ence: present ard farmer employer ran •»
s*»n; -..-.^ i>ut t.ics* n*«dln4T a ttTit c^ass
TO. ir... nUUr* to pay *■- • wa^es i— .l
ansirer AMT»*a C, ARVSSZR. car. T.
T;ern*y 307 East 33.1-st.
Gardener en gaotssawara pi»c«; fail
iiaawtedr* .f gr*«nhotts«s. lawns, gar
denias. rjr3i.lT stock. Srtt <r!asa refer
ence. R. X.. Bahjfcrn. Lrtnj lslaa^.
CARDE.NEH.— TtarougWy uoderstaada hi*
h>j»:r.r»< ir> a!) its erar-rves: crapetiea.
trrter.houjej. rc*as. orcriitis; great experi
ence ia laying out .ads: a* faav.jy.
r»f».-fnc»s. S. J.. csre l!r. Alex. McCoa
b»::. me- sth-ave.
OaRPE^'ER. farmer, working roreman on
ttsiiHteiKX'a place: rractlcal ma=r mar
ret; rx.e chiU: brari help If required- »*;-
I3rf»ctcry refe.-?n;a- Adlresa GARDENEit.
Td& sa-a»e
OArtr>"Nncß— S-c^s-r'ul gro' a '*r: ■:ia»v
ocghlv versed n all brarsefte* landscap
ing, etc. :• on private estate, with gr«e>n
hO'.i»e« Al ref*?r»r.c»s. Address A. VOIC
LEEUWEEX. car* Henry Yon Ueeuweea.
PsMsSjg V. J.
GaRDSNES. — F:r»t cla»s: th^rouajhlr «»•
perlen:ed ia. care and management at
private places: understands greenhouse*.
gr»p<*Ti*s, park an.l Sow*r garden, grerm
injf aad forcing <ii (lowers, fruits and **!♦
taoles; excellent reference*; married. Ad—
drew GARDENTR. 133 Wejxian-*T*i
New-Roc- K «:e. N. Y.
NV'R.-E. VAI^ET. ITASSrvn to mralal
g'Htletran: mentally i«r phj.«jc»lJ3»:
shaves; travct3; king experience, personal
«-it> lefcWaVsv Sv*-.ILI • J-ll i;:h-av«
GSUDENSR,— UarriM: middle ««ed: Ufa
esjw^ence tn all branches of gardening,
cufde ar.tt ur-ier glass; best cirr refer
ences mppyywt Bex ia>. Vnnira
r.rck. N. Y.
iiEAD tJARDKN'ER. — s?^tcJ. married. as>
family: titucmghSj anders-ands his basi
nets In a!! Us tranche* graper-.fa. green
fcouies. rcses tnd orchids; gr»at experiene.
Tn landscape work; first class reference*.
L. M.. Siebrecht ± 3an. 4Ci> sth-ave.
CSEFCIj Ma:;. — rrtrsaa: *ob»r. rei'asle;
car* h<>'s»s. «!;*. *:♦•. : gixxl garden«*t
hardy with treU: «:•?•!> ;o»A.i; r«fer
»»c«»- rOUPETFT^T. Rot f9. I.ThZ ffway.
CSEFCI. MAN. OOACHMAJf.^-gUia'l
ur.'iTatani. 1 * care if horse*. ftam*»a. car
riages: attend furnaces; wili:ng- obllgag:
ar<vi references; wunrry preferred. Ad
dr^s« NORWEGIAN, 1 Bea-h Place.
trocklvn. -".: r".
pSEFCL MAN— OOOX.— By a. colored man
ari ki;-. as u»*<ful mar. *nd cotk. or to
atscr.^ furnace. R. LOVKLJU X 3» West
23th-s:.. top :•■--.
VALET BfTI-ER.— French: cempetent B
»v»ry re«pect: stecostooMd to traTel;
speaks thre* ix'guages: strictly sober; .
Paris ar.d city r^.rScnal references. -.viUU
lAM. Box *!V I.2i^ Br^-tway.
WAITER.— MiI.::e as^ single German;
ur.dtrrstanis any kir»<! of w-rVt: hotel 31
r»j-aurant; eeuntry p^eferre.!. WAITER.
120 Sprir.g-rt.
_- -
DOMESTIC SITCATSOXS WASTED
Female.
A RESPECTABI-E woman wculd U3w t»
12LH3 charge of furnished house whers
r:orr.3 are ta be rented. Address Mrs. R.
0.. U5 East Ulth-st. '
COOK. — Young o**^>re«l ir.an. plain cook.
to !*trr. fancy and French ca«k:=s:
wcuM Ilk* to go abroaJ. Adiiresa JAME3
EUr.RELJ^ Si;s West Sath-st^
COOK.— Colored w.-mar.: take charge a!
' kitchen; fcatei, club- cr Urge boardlnx
• h'.uae; city or country: reference. E. K-.
SIT W^rst 39th-«I.
COOK.— Yctins woman; first ciass; prlTate
family, un-ers:ar.ds ccck;cg In all
branches: g^.>,l reference. *4^ Sl-av«..
O'R:urk-> te^L
COOK, baks-r and conditer: second hand.
BTpLtOJG. ear* of 3ussl:nger. 41i
West 3.lth-sl.
COOK.— scotch Protesrar.: woman; *xpert
encetj; take eatlre charge: » yeara' aty
reference; r.u objection to country. *5
We=t HfUh-«t.. janitor's bell.
COOK — i!;d<!:e-ag?d Sw^lisir wonsats: first
class: excellent lauciress: ez<A baiter,
or «l 3 hou»iwrrk: city or c**iuntry; refer
ence. 1.12rt 2d-ave.. two flights, fnnt.
Cf)OK, i.\-T*i t< W« Uth woraea w!sa
■tttiatloa t:g-?th"r; en k. wash and Iron;
ehaant«erwreTk and -nraitr.?: w'lltng. onilg
ir.g: :-ferem-e=. 23» Kaai 30:i-st.. Hell
wi»4e ha*
COOK. 4c— first ciass family cook; pt*la
wasitins; ievrß yexrs' test, city refer
en'e- last errpi>>er can « seen, no carda.
2C2 East 57ti«-it.. 24 tselL
COOK. — r"ir<rt class; best city reference*.
3t)l East. r:atr._st.. M^ilanees be.L
COOK. — God cock to go out by weak ar
month: prrvare farsilies; willing, oblig
ing; persona! ei?v references: no cards.
Address COOK. 511 3.i-av».
CHAMBERMAID anl L.\UXDRE33-—
La.ly rr»asj-s up h-->use wishes ptase tar
ter "ehamb-rtna-.d snd Isjr.dres3. Call
Monlay cr.til 2. ?-) V.>?t llth-gT. -.
CHAM3FRMAID anl ~E"AMSTRES3.— By
a yoans woman; f.r«t ciaas; wiY.iag and
obiis^np: can a.-si*t ■ par.try; city refer
ence. ii I*!*1 *!* West isG*h-st.. r.ng threa bells.
CHAMBEKiIAID an.t vVaITRE33. —
Young : hes-i reference. VA> ■Mi ista
st.. fourth floor.
COLORED worr.an to clean bacSelcrs*
apartments by me week «r day; firs*
flxaa corn ar.d go- -.1 plain sewer. Call two •
days, JO3IE JOHXaOX. 215 W. 23th-at.
PAY'S WORK. — s-»e<;ish woinari want» t»
go out c'ean:r.g. washir.s cr ir^nins;. Call
231 Oth-ave.
DAY'.s WORK or washing, ov a torc«l
«.v.ir.an. KING. 211 Writ «a-st.
UOUaEKEEPKU.- Anierican woman, as
working housekeeper in wiliwer'a fain—
l'.y. attendant tn sanitarium to invalid. <ir
as mother's asiistint; city or country;
references exchanged. Address C. L.. dG3
Columbus-aye.
HALiEKEKPER— By a competent woiaaa
in tamrr.er hote! or toarii"? house. Ad
dress A. B. M.. ~r . .-* '- -
Hi")L'tE\VOP.Ti-By ar. experienced w.-man
to d • general housework : good cook:
jrr-0.1 launar»*s; city reference. M. m: »
PHY. VM West li»th-st.. third floor.
HmUSEWORK.— Yours g'.r!; can cook.
wash and imn; gt,c-«i reiirerice. iSI it
ave.. third bell.
HOUSEKEEPER.— A reined Amarlcaa
laJv would like posr.i^n as housekeeper;
wiSnwer's fan»i!v rreferrerf. or as eo«r»—
panicn to invalid; best -if references. Ai
rjre^s ilr». U.. 133 M;'.ford-ave.. Newark.
N. J.
UOfiEKEEPER. i- — Experienced your?
American mull in. 30 years old. aa house
keeper: neat- gr>od rork; country or city;
SEAVEY v' I?Jtton-9t . Jersey Clt
KrlßhtS.
HOCSEWORK. — A respectable colored
woman tnr l:sht b<mi»r:r!i or by th«
<!ay. R.- D.. H- Wen 4tt>.-it.. 4th floor,
west siile. ba.i> '
HOI'.'EKEEPER— By refined young wom
an. American born, of neat appearmsce;
is a good worker, ■Jom^sti.-a.tevi and uaier
a:anis t.*i# mir.a;»Tn-nt c! *en<ints- Ad
dress i.. Box +<•. Tr:^ne Office.
HOI'SEiKEErEii. — Resiwctabie. -^xperi
■-.•.". North German as working - -11 —
keeper for or.» or t»o apartmenTs. . 121
Ejiji »2«fh-it.
KIT' - HL'N\V>->P.K tn pr:va-» Mrr.ily; pres
ent emp'i">.»^ fan fc* »een; goo-i •'-r
e^-e». JT> Ea»t »4ia-st.
LAUNDRESS — P"..*in iii(|| ironing. SO
cents dOEra; sat:»fa,-t;on. col'.ected. de
livered fret- EI>WARD^. 313 W. *t»-at.
LAUNDRESS . — Firs: e:a*s private " uMUy .
g.-wd r»fer:-ncea. LAUNDRESS. tm
East 2l:h-«.
L.\T'NDREi>S — Plain washing. * cents •
dixm: st.«rch aad p:ain mixed. 75 casts
a doaen. 13* East lot- *- rear.
LAI'NriRESS. — Experienced, trustworthy:
lhi>roug.i!> pempetent, highly r«eota
mer.dea: »-i.v, 122. v*4 I^c*..:<:on-av«..
eOta-st.
L*.L'St'nE:'s — A R»i laur-.tres to "3
washing at hota* cr o^t by the day- any
kind ef wcrk. L. GOE1U1!. 13 WeM
LASTS MAID or COirPANIOJI.r-By
: .--..-.a-.t girl, with am:oanle lady.
M V. JUIAfEB. sj.;ivan, lna.
MAII>. — N-">rth r.frman as f.rst ciaaa trjt'.i
to la.ly op emwr. ohliiren; amcelleat
dressmaker. fca;iNSrv***r, »-.i-..s:n»«a. ••«—
ing bi <iay. L. U. r IsU* ti'.a-nve.
MAll>. — Eiprimce-d k'rench DuUd: w»U
i:v- service-* f«r on <i«iitt>t h>
go 13 Europe; June or Juiy. best i-af*r
♦no-*- M.vU lUF.P.ITE. 1.24J Knalm.
NURSE. — First dm. rtSntK! North O«»
man; fall cftarira <>f chll Jren from S
yea>» up, trarhva •..,-.•.: *,-:--. *i 5; b«s«
nteiev.c:*- V. 1i.. -llux W. 1.243 *a>.
VTABslir?O ■ TTirjniiTMl »o=ua u> »v!»
and iron: Crs; cla«s rer?r^r.ces. 415 £tv
Slst-»t., UJO ftjor. rear pf Latn;«nc«r.
WASHING, &c. — American » nua to ■»
out washing, troning. hi>usecle«s!ag. or
any k'.nJ of housework, by lay or week;
reference*. Mrs. MI-H&AY. -' 3 E. *«'.V
WASHING — CVrmin a- -man wiabaa to
taJie washing and Iroalag at hoca*: 4O
cents doaeo. tn »r out ot . boas«. Mrs.
■•nil. «01 Cast utu m.. up floor.

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