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STEAMER SLXKS SCHOONER.
COLLISION IN HEAVY FOG. RTT NO
LIVES LOST.
MALLORT LINT.R COLORADO STRIKES THE
WQmtAM ALMOST AMIDSHIPS—POUR
TEEN' TAKEN FROM WRECK.
The steamship Colorado, of the Mallory Line.
came Into port yesterday with fourteen unex
pected passengers aboard. They were taken
off the four-masted schooner Charles P. Not
man, which -was cut in two by the Colorado
early yesterday morning, and now lies many
fathoms deep off the Delaware Capes. The biff
schooner Bank Just sixteen minutes after she
was struck by the steamer, and it is due to the
coolness and quickness of the captains of the
two boats that no lives were lost. "Poor Poll,"
as the sailors now- call her, the schooner's par
rot, was the only living thing lost, and she
went down with the ship.
The Colorado, Captain James L. Risk, left
Brunswick. Ga, on June 9 for this port, and the
voyage was smooth until Sunday evening; when
a dense fog- set in. The steamer ■was slowed
down and the foghorn kept blowing, while six
lookouts were posted, in addition to the officers
on duty. At 4 o'clock yesterday morning th»
captain of the Colorado heard two blasts of a
whistle off his port bow, and he changed his
course bo as to avoid a collision.
"We were heading north-northeast," said Cap
tain Risk, "when I heard the whistles off our
port bow, and then I swung off until we headed
northeast, three-quarters east. Then we struck
the schooner.**
Captain I* "W. Jewett, of the N'otman, who is
an old time Taukee skipper, said the Colorado
was heading- east-southeast when the collision
took place.
"We were making about nine knots, wit. all
sails set," said Captain Jewett, "and we had
our fog bells fore and aft ringing and
our foghorn blowing all the time. Ail of a
sudden we heard a blast almost on top of us,
and then the eteamer loomed up big In the fog
and crashed into us, hardly a point off. She
struck us square on the port side. Just abaft
the mirren rigging. It all happened so quick
ly that before the blast of the Colorado's horn
had died away she had ploughed six feet Into
the Notman. and there she stuck.
"For the next sixteen minutes we were on the
Jump. I ordered up all hands and ran for my
wife, who was on board. She wanted to stay
on the ship as long as I was there, but I got
her into the rigging, and from there she was
helped aboard the Colorado by two of the
eteamer's seamen. Then I went astern and or
dered the big yawl lowered. Down she went,
and we all got in and rowed over to the Colo
rado, getting aboard the latter by her sea lad
der. The eta was smooth and we had no
trouble, but wo were none too quick, for we had
hardly boarded the Colorado when my good old
ship went down like a stone."
The captain's wife. Mrs. Annie Jewett, was in
her night dress when caved. and the same was
true of Mrs. Annie Gomez, the wife of Antonio
<3omez, the Not.man'B steward. She, with her
husband and little baby, was taken off the
schooner by one of the Colorado's boats, under
First Officer Johnson. The entire -work of res
cuing those aboard the schooner. Including a big
Newfoundland dog, which was taken over in the
yawl, occupied but a few minutes, and when the
schooner Bank all were safely aboard the Col
orado.
The thirty-two passengers on board the Colo
rado are united In their praise of the business
like way in which the work of rescue was ef
fected. They felt only a slight shock when the
collision took place, but it was enough to wake
them, and moat of them /ijrers on deck in time
to see the schooner sink: ■•The Xotman's crew
■were well cared for on The Colorado. They saved
nothing but the clothes they wore.
The Colorado's bow presented a sorry sight as
a result of the collision, when she steamed In
to port yesterday. The cutwater and four of
the bowplates were stover-fn; and the cutwater
was bent over to starboard from a point two
feet above the water line to a point several feet
below the water line. The bow at the water
line was covered by a clever piece of Jury work,
consisting of a movable false bow of yellow
pine hugged up against the bow by means of
ropes drawn taut. Above this was a large
piece of canvas. The Colorado's Jury bow was
not a thing of beauty, but it answered require
ments and kept off presnure from the collision
bulkhead.
The crt'W of the Not man will stay aboard the
Colorado for a few days. They are still mourn
ing over their lost parrot, and they Bay this
hurts them most. Captain Jewett grieves more
over the km of bis ship. in which he had a
large Interest, which is fully insured, however.
He has plenty of other irons in the flre, being
part owner of a new six masted schooner now
on the stocks at Bath, which is to be the longest
fore-and-after in existence.
The Notman was bound from Norfolk to
Portland when Bhe was sunk, with a cargo of
2,420 tons of coal, worth about $3 a ton. She
was valued at $64000; and was built at Bath
In 1594 by Percy & Small, her owners. Her
tonnage was 1,442, and she was 219 feet long,
42 beam and 20 depth of hold. Captain Jewett
will consult with an attorney to-morrow with
reference to a possible suit against, the Mal
lory Line.
EATS MORTGAGE TO THE CENTRAL IS VOID
PLAINTIFF IN THE ACTION ALLEGES THAT THE
PAPER WAS OBTAINED UNDER DURESS.
Sylvester A. Murray has brought a. sutt In th«
Supreme Court to have a mortgage given by him
to the IC*>w-York Central and Hudson Hlver Rail
road Company, on property at New. 407 and ¥*3 East
One-huEfired-and-fim-st., declared void, on the
ground that it was executed under duress and for
an Illegal consideration.
Murphy. In his complaint, alleys that a yoxinff
fellow named Jeremiah Hallanan. -who was an
employ* of the deftndant company, was threat
ened with arrest by the corporation for having
embezzled RUM, He knew Hallanan and all hi*
family as respectable people, and la order to pre
vent the lad's arrest he says ho agreed to give a
mortgage for the $1,500 as security that the money
•would be repaid.
Th« company, on the ground that the mortgage
bad been given for an Illegal consideration, the
compounding of a felony, agreed to make a new
arrangement, by which Thomas and Lucy Hallanan
the brother and sitter of Jeremiah »''iinnn ■«•<•■-.}
to pay back $2.<j00, to cover the tI.oOJ with interest
In monthly Instalments of $25 eacb. The railway
company, he alJeped. did nothing- to try to col
lect the money, but threatened to foreclose 'the
mortgage given by him if the instalment* were not
paid. lie therefore brought his action to hay* th«
mortgage aW aside.
Justice Leventritt, In the Supreme Court, yester
day granted an Injunction on Murphy's application
retraining th« defendant company from trans
ferring or disposing of the mortgage to any per
«>n. on the ground that should It be so assigned
Murphy's cause of action on the ground of duress
or seal consideration could not bo maintained
against the assignee.
UUAHD A.YD HOOHJ.
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vtnleacee; delightful ROOMS for single
men. WITH HuT ANI> COLD WATER.
KTEAM HEAT AND HIJEX-TRIC LIGHT,
for $.') PKR WEEK UPWARD; cannot be
eQU&i:«d; referencts r*nulr«r<s. HOTEL RO
LAND. «*th-«t. and Madison-eve., block
from Ceiitrai Park entrance. I
1. — tO EAST B>-TH-ST.— Double and single
room: Southerners accommodated ; parior
dir.iiur room: r«f*r*nce».
88 WEST S-'D-ST. — Most central location
In city; rurmr.fr ratts; i ..ni.» en mile
and n.ii-l»: transients.
CCTH-eT.. 45 .— L«?»ir»l,^ room*,
with board; parlor dining room; t&bl*
boerd; niM* I
11«TH-!?T.. 417 WEST, the SI. Oriniand;
Morolnr*lde Helghu. — beautifully conv
bin!r;p city and country; elarator; tele
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210 WEST «CTH-6T. — Large room, ail <^ii
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C7TH-ST.. Sl3 WEST. D«»lraiit \UTfrn and
rmall connecting r>-orn« or. »™ if and
third floors, with U-axdi references ci
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(American), a <-hesp. cleanly furnished
room Id trr.aJl private family. i#(we<-D ISth
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LEAPED INTO XJAGARA'S RAPIDS.
Buffalo, N. V., Juno 11.— A upeclal dispatch to
'•The News" from Niagara Falls pays a woman,
whose identity has not yet been discovered, com
mitted suicide this morning by Jumping Into the
Whirlpool Rapids from the platform of the railway
on the Canadian side. She was well dressed and
apparently a woman of refinement.
Later it wan ascertained that the woman had
registered at Table Rock as Mabel Williams, of
Philadelphia, Previous to going to the rapids she
purchased a small tray, and, taking off a bracelet,
a^ked the clerk to send them to Mrs. Charles X.
Wagner, No. 1,129 Walnut-st. Allentown, I>nn.
She was about twenty years old.
"SLIGHT FIRE AT A BROADWAY HOTEL.
A lighted cigarette thrown on an awning caused
a slight fire on the fcurth floor of the white stone
building, known as the Hotel Barrington, Xo. 1,505
Broadway, yesterday afternoon. Guests In the hotel
extinguished the flames with pitchers of water,
and the members of Engine Company No. 65. who
had responded to the alarm sent in, tore down the
remnants of the awnlnsr.
CvcurstoiiQ.
The Other Places.
All good American* are not going to
Paris this year, though doubtless many will.
Some of us may prefer a cool, quiet and
comfortable holiday trip among our own
moil run i and Inken. or by our magnifi
cent rivers, to the giddy distractions of Paris.
We offer tourists In Aiii«tl«-h the same
advantage* and facilities as abroad — ticket*
for Individual travel to ALL Summer Resorts
by ALL routes: pleasant tourist parties oc
cupying from One to Four Weeks, at
moderate inclusive fares, information, esti
mates, etc., with charge.
BERMTJOA.
Speeinl short Ocean trips for Summer
tourists to these delightful coral lfUnnds, 9
I)aj«, including- All Expenses, .v;:t7..10.. v ;:t7..10.
July 5, 19 August 2, 16. only.
J*PA\ mini ROOD THE WORLD.
Annual parties. 2t»th season, Sept. 6, 10, 18,
Oct. 17. Nov. 8.
EVERYTHING FOR VISITORS TO PARIS.
ProgT-amme*. etc., free from
THOS. COOK & SON.
Downtown Office: 201 B'dway (cor. Warren), N. T.
Uptown Office: 1185 B'dway (cor. 24>th St.), N. Y.
WEST POINT, NEWBURGH
& POUGHKEEPSIE.
GRAND DAH.T EXCURSION tKjccept Sunday)
HY PALACE IRON DAY LINE STEAMERS
"SEW I'ORK" and "ALBAW."
Ktom Brooklyn. Fu!tr. n St., <T.v Ann«.x) 8 A. M.
" New-York. Defbrosses ft pier 8:40 "
Hew fork. West 2-Jd Pt Pier 9:00 "
Returning due In New York 5:»"» P. M.
JIORMXG AND AFTERXOON CONCERTS.
DEEP REA FISHING— AI Foster. Iron
sea steamer Angler, dally. Fare, 75c:
ladi>s, Mlc.; 31st St.. E. R.. 7:15; Bat
tery. A.06 a. m.
Surrogates' Notices.
rpHE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW
YORK, by the Grace of God Free and Independent.
to Julia M. Beck. Henry C. Hutchlneon. Julia Klnney,
Mary P. Huntington, Charles P. Huntlngton. Charles P.
H. Rlpley, Mary P. Bond, William C. Rlpley, Benjamin
F. Hunting-ton Emily 1.. Hale. Natalie B. Huntlngton,
Philip W. Huntington. Isetwlle "W. Powell. "William H.
Hunting-ton. I'erit F. Huntlngton. Hannah P. Meech, Min
nie P. Smith. James M. Huntington, Elizabeth B. Hunt
lngton. Mary H. Douglas, Susan D. Huntington, John P.
Huntlngton ana Ruth Huntlngton. th« heirs and next of
kin of Charles P. Hunting".. n. late of the County of New
York, deceased. SEND GREETING:
Whereas. Charles A. Sherman, of the. City of New
York, has lately applied to the Surrogate's Court of our
County of New York, to have three certain Instruments In
writing, relating to both real and personal property, duly
proved an the last Will and Testament of Charles P. Hunt
lnrton. late of the County of New York, deceased.
Therefore you and each of you are cited to appear be—
fore the Surrogate of our County of New York, at his
office In the County of New York, on the luui day of
July, one thousand nine hundred, at half-past ten o'clock
in the forenoon of that day. then and there, to attend the
probate of the said last Will and Testament.
And such of you as are hereby cited, as ar* under the
age of twenty-one years, are required to appear by your
guardian, If you have one, or if you have none, to appear
arid apply for one to be appointed. or in the event of your
neglect or failure, to do so, a guardian will be appointed
by the Surrogate to represent and act for you In the pro
ceeding.
In Testimony "Whereof, We have caused the Seal of the
Surrogate's Court of the said County of New York to be
hereunto aftixed.
„....„. Witness, Hon. Abner C. Thomas, a Surrogate
: L. S. : of our said County of New York, at said County,
: : the ISth day of May In the year of our Lord
one thousand nine hundred.
J. Fairfax Mclaughlin,
Clerk of the Surrogate's Court.
BOWERS & SANDS, Attorneys for Proponent.
rVIIE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW
■*- TORK, BY THE GRACE OF GOD FREE AND
INDEPENDENT. ■
To Jessie Archibald Betts; Deborah A- Whitney; Charles
W. Beits; Wilfred Betts; Wellington Betts- Henry W
Betts, William Betts. Stanley Betto, Mrs Josephine
Riley. Mrs. Sadie Tate, Mrs. Loie Betta, Loua Betts
Mrß. Eleanor Johnson, Robert Bettu, Artemus Betts
James Betts, Mrs Susan Bette. Mrs. Anna McDonald'
Mrs. Mary W. Abbott and Mrs. Lucy A. Gates the
widow and heirs and next of kin of John Betts, deceased.
SEND GREETING: '
WHEREAS, William F. Dunning of The City of New
York has lately applied to the Surrogate's Court of our
Const? of New York, to have a certain Instrument In
writing, and Codicil thereto relating to both real and
rei*onal property, duly proved as the last Will and
Testament of John Betts, late of the County of New
York, deceased. Therefore you and each of you are cited
to appear before the Hurropate of our County of New
York, at his office In the County of New York on the
l*t.h day of July one thousand nine hundred at half-past
ten o'clock In the forenoon of that day, then and there to
attend the probate of the said last Will and Testament.
And such of you as aro hereby cited, as are under th«
ago of twenty-one years, are required to appear by your
guardian, If you have one, or If you have none, to "appear
and apply for one to be appointed, or in the event of your
negleot or failure to do so, a guardian will be appointed
by the Surrogate to represent and act for you in tha pro
ceeding.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. We have caused the seal
of the Surrogate's Court of the said County of
New York to be hereunto uffixed.
WITNESS, HON. ABNER C. THOMAS, a Surro
(Seal.) gate of our paid County of New York at said
County, the 23d day of May in the year of our
Lord one thousand nine hundred.
J. FAIRFAX MCLAUGHLIN.
Clerk of the Surrogate' Court.
J> T PURSUANCE of an order of Hon. Abner
C. Thomas, a. Surrogate of the County of New York
Notice ie hereby given to all persons having claims
arairiet Cornelius V. Bldell. late of the County of C
"York, deceased, to present the name with vouchers thereof
to the subscriber, at her place of transacting business at
the office of Charles D. Ingertoll. No. 170 Broadway
Uorough of Manhattan. In the City of New York, on or
before the 2Hth day of September next
Dated New York, the 14th day of March lDno
PHEBE A. SIDELL Executrix
CHARLES D. INGERSOLL. ' executrix.
Attorney for Executrix.
170 Broadway. Borough of Manhattan. New York City.
JX PURSUANCE of an order of Hon. Abner
C. Thomas, a Surrogate of the County of New- York
notice 1b hereby given to all persons * having claim;
against Ann D. Lee, late of the County of New-York!
deceased, to present the name with vouchers 'thereof to
the subscriber, at Its place of transacting business Vo
♦5 -Wail Street. Borough of Manhattan In the "iy of
N>w-York. oa or before th * eleventh day of September
I >tted Kfw-Tnrk, the 24th (lav of Fobniarv i«m
UNITED STATKS TRfST COMPANT OF NEW YORK
EDWARD W. sli^u'-oT" V?. ** "* * nn *" <i ' ' '
Attorney for administrator, c. t. a.
45 Wall Street,
Manhattan, New- York.
LEBERMDTH, ABRAHAM.-In purßnance of
an order of Hon. Abner C. Thoman. a Hurrogate of
th« County of New York. Notice Is bmby ZTto all
persons having claims agalnrt Abrah»m Ler*rmuth i«t«
of the County of New York, deceased, to present the.am!
with vouchers thereof to the subscriber, at his place
transacting business, at the office of Mr^tlrrer S'lifel %n
10 Wall St.. in the Borough of Manhattan. 'in the City of
New York, on or b«for«? the 22d day of Aug\>« next
Dated New York, the 6th day of February 1900
MORTIMER STIEFEL, ° AVID '^AoStolstrSor
Attorney for Administrator, 10 Wall st., Borou fc -1, of M»iw
haltan. New York Clt». •""""
mnOMI CHANCES.
WANTED.— Fifty loads of furniture, house
hold effects, etc Bend postal. L. M.. 163
East 124th-«t.
PARTY, having fine office, centrally lo
cated and a few hours' spare time, would
like to represent responsible parties as a
promoter or any other mercantile line; op
tion, secured on valuable property, mu
nicipal Improvements, etc TUB DELA
WARE MERCANTILE CO.. Brld^eton.
N. J.
PATENTS! "INVENTORS' HAND BOOK"
FREE; patents economically secured and
praatabljr sold. INVENTORS' COMPANY.
l«*0 NuMt&u-*ti
t2.0.«i CAN BR MADE during next six
months by hustilng agents handling our
white and fancy Rubber Collars, Cuffs,
Bosoms and Neckties. Patented and fruar
ante«d good*, Enclose stamp for special
plan. it. & m. MFG. CO.. £prin£fieltf, M. ».,
CAIIPET CLEANING.
CARPETS cleaned by steam, by hand or on
the floor. Cartful Carpet Cleaning Co..
I.&U Broadway, 421 Bast 4Sth-»t.. COB &
BRAN 1 1 T. Tel. 132- 38th.
FREDERICK ACKERMAN. 133 West 32d
51.. near «th-«ve .— h!,am carpet cleaning
and feather and hair renovating works.
M£LOSICEY'B Steam Carpet Cleaning
Work*. 346 We.t STth-al . o :fice. 204 E«at
13th-et.; cleaning, all kinds, 4* j,« r yard;
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. TUESDAY, JUNE 12, 1900.
DEEP FEA FISHING DAILY.—
The large and commodious Btr.
Edmund Bmler leaves Battery
landing R;80 a. m. Fare, gents,
7f>-- ladles. 60c
DIRECT LINE TO PORTLAND. MAINE.
Connecting with all rallrond end nieainshlp lines to all
Fummer Resort*. Steamship* "Horatio Hall" (n»w> nnd
"Manhattan" leave Pier No. 88, E. R-. foot of Market
Etreet. every Tuesday, Thursday, ar.d Saturday at B P. M.
Steamers fitted with every modern improvement for ths
comfort and convenience of passengers. Ticket offices No.
2SO Broadway, corner of Rende St.. and general office. No.
222 South St. opposite the Pier.
HORATIO HALL, G. T. M.. 222 South Street.
LFgDO 0 [PQOOQ^CID [E3(B(3Dn
Steamships of the RED "D" LINE will sail for San
JuAn and Ponce as follows:
R. B. PHII^A.DCT.rHIA -.Thursday, June 21, 1 P. M.
S. B. MARACAIBO Thursday. June 2*, 1 P. M.
B. B. CARACAS Saturday, July 14, noon.
For freight or passage apply to
BOULTON. BLISS & DALLETT.
General Managers, 185 Front St.
BOOKS.
For nearly 20 years on Broadway near 10th
r823r 823 P"°Ar>WA l i. :i. •. i.i t0 12TH ST.
m BROADWAY, NEAR 12TH ST.
nven-body in N»w York and for fifty
heiSi,f n0 . ÜB<I knows I>o%-er!ng. His .tor" is
headquarter, f or b.»k-lov er » and book
buyers, All kinds of books to suit all
\?£i and ail pocket book a. Hti>t.,nraJ
h^u s .^^nph'fal, rellKioua. Fcientllic,
■■■ olu ■-,{ travel, book* of ticti/jn. books for
children, poetry, etc.. etc. Anything- you
want and positively at th>» lowest prices to
L r had In the United States.
Encvcloreedlas on sale for a song—Ap
pleton B, Chambers". Brltannlca, and Peo
ples . Books and libraries purchased.
LOVERINO. 823 Broadway, near 12th St.
CASIIIEHS A noOKKBEPERS'
DESKS.
CASHIERS A BOOKKEEPERS' DESKS,
roll tops, cabinet* for typewriters, parti
tions, r,olir.K«; low prices. B. UARUUIt-
GER. 454 Cunal-et.. near Bud« n ML
UII.I.IAIU) AMI POOL TAMUMb
BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES, new and
second hand; lowest prices; ea«l«at Urmi.
MARX liKOS.. 24 Union Square.
DAMIIId HATS.
22 DKSBROBSEW-6T. the place to buy your
hats. liAOUVHY HAT CO.. 22 De»bro»-
Surrogates' Notices.
TN PURSUANCE >>f U onlor of Hon. Frank T.
FltzKcrald. a Furrofrate of the County of New York.
NOTIOi; Is hereby given to all persons hnvlng claim*
Rfrslnnt Henry SchifTer. late, o; th« County of New York,
deceased, to present the same with vouchers thereof to the
subscriber, at her place of transacting business, at the
offices of Theall & Heam. esqs . Counsellors at Uw, in
the I'nlted States Trust ynmiiany's Miiildlng, Nob. 4f> and
47 Wall Street, in the «Tty of New York, on or before the
fifteenth day of November. 1900.
Paled New York, the 3(>th day of April. IWM).
inmoTHBA BCHIJTER, Executrix.
THK A I J. & HRAM,
Attorney* for Executrix. Nos. 4."> and 47 Wall Street, New
Y. Ik City.
TN PURSUANCE of an order of Hon. Frank
T. Fitzgerald, a Suroirate of the County of New
York.
NOTICE If hereby plven to all persons hnvlnfr claims
mralnst Henry Maillard. late of the County of New
York, deceased, to present the same with vouchers thereof
to the subscriber, at his place of transacting business,
at the office of Davis & Kaufmann. No. 2SO Broadway.
In The City of New York, on or before the 25th day of
October, 1900. next. ,
Dated New York, the 10th day of April. WOO.
HENRY MAILLARD. Executor.
DAVIS & KAUFMANN.
Attorneys for Executor,
280 Broadway, Borough of Manhattan.
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Trave June Ifl l^ahn July.il>
Kalserin Mar. Th...June 101 Kal.«erln Mar. Th July 1.
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Twin Screw l'nss<>nger Service.
SOUTHAMPTON. LONDON, BREMEN.
Ft. der Gr Tune 21 noon' K. Lut»e...July 19 1° A. M.
Bremen July .1, 10 A. M. Bremen Aug. 9, 9 A. M.
CHEROURG PARIS, BREMEN.
K. Lulse-.June 14. 11 A.M. O. KurfUrst . . .June 28, noon
Mediterranean Service.
GIBRALT*R. NAPLES, GENOA.
Ems June lti 1 Werra J" ne 33
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Columbia. .June 14, lit A.M. F.Hl>marck. June 2«, lit AM.
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TWIN SCREW PASSENGER SERVICE TO PLYM
OUTH, CHERBOURG AND HAMBURG AI.SO N. V.. TO
CHERBOURG AND IHMBURG.
Palatla. June 16. 7:30 A.M. I Batavia Jun«> 26, 3 P.M.
Patricia... June 23 8 P.M. I G Waid'see.Jne 30,7:3© A.M.
PARIS HOTEL ACCOMMODATION
reserved if secured before departure.
HAMRIIIC, -AMBRICAN LINB. 87 ffWAT, N. T.
Zru uU Vw Liv \H) LIU |L-I[ IK | lS.li STEAMSHIPS
TO GLASGOW VIA LONDONDERRY.
From Pier 54. North River, foot of West 24th St.
Astoria ... June 12. 4 p. m. I Furnepsia June 23. noon
Ethiopia June 16. noon] city of Rome June III), noon
Cabin passage. $50 and upward.
Second Cabin, $30 to $.17.50. Steerage. $23. to $25.50.
HENDERSON BROTHERS. Agents. 17 & 19 Broadway.
HAWAIIAN AND PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO.
OCCIDENTAL AND ORIENTAL S. S. CO.
TOYO RISEN KAISHA.
Between Fan Frinclyco. Honolulu. Yokohama, Kobe.
Nagasaki. Shanghai. Hong Kong.
Fteamers leave fan Francisco 1 p. m.
CHINA j une 22 R. DE JANEIRO .Tilly 1»
IXVRIC T.me X>' COPTIC July 2«
NIPPON MARU July 10 AMF.HICA MARTT Aug. 3
For freleht, passage and general information apply at
848 Broadway, or 1 Battery Place, Washington Building,
and £87 Broadway.
[^—CLARK'S EXCURSIONS TO EUROPE:
*Per CITY OF ROMS and NEBRASKA, specially
chartered. June 30th to Glasgow: 8. S. "ALLER" June
SOth to Naples and Genoa; S. 8. "ST. LOUIS" and "KEN
SINGTON,. July 4th; "SEW YORK" July 11th. ROUND
"WORLD TARTY Sept. 12th, Oct. 3rd, Nov. 3rd.
"• FRANK C. CLARK. 11l Broadway, New York.
J±— WHITE STAR LINE.
XETV-TORK— QUEENSTOWN— IJVERPO >L.
Oceanic June 13. sp.m. i Oceanic .July 11. 4:30 nm.
Teutonic June 20. noon | Cymric -July 17 Oim
Germanic ...June 27. noon Teutonic July 'is. noon
Ma >' sllo July 4. noon Germanic July 25, noon
« ur passage, freight and general Information apply to
WHITE STAR LINE.
Pier 48. North River. Office. 9 Broadway. N. Y.
I^MERICAN LINE.
"*" FAST EXPRESS SERVICE
NEW-YORK— SOUTH M PTON— liONr>ON'
CALLING WESTBOUND AT CHERBOURG
Sailing; Wednesdays at 10 A. M
St. Louis June 13 ] St. Louis July 4
JSouthwark June 20 New-York «. .July 11
Bt. Paul Juno 27 St Paul July- 18
tSAILJNG AT NOON*. . '
RED STAR LINE. -
-YORK— A XTWERP— PARIS.
Every Wednesday at 12 noon.
Frlesland June 131 Westernland Juno 27
•Pouthwark June 2O| 'Kensington July 4
•Th<»ie steamers carry cabin and thlrd-clasa passengers
at low rates.
INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPANY
Piers 14 and 15, N. R. Office. 73 Broadway. '
OLD DOMINION LINE.
DAILY KERVIC3.
For Old Point Comfort. 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 Passenger steamers sail from Pier 28. North
Bl\er. foot Beach St.. every week day at 8 p m
H. B. WALKER. Traffic Manager.
— CUNAUD LINE.
- *-" TO LnTERPOOL VIA QtTEEXSTOWN
From P!ern 51 and R2. North River
Campania. .June 10. B A. M. : Etruria July 7 noon
Bervia June 23. 1 P. M. , < 'ampanla. . .July 14, 4'p. m
Lucanla. . . June 80, 9 A. M Umbrla July 21 1 P M
VERNON H. BROWN & CO., C-en. Ajjerta. "
28 BROADWAY. NEW YORK.
Q4NADIAN PAOIPIC RAILWAY.
FOR HATES OF STEAMSHIP SAILINGS
SEE THIS COLUMN TO-MORROW. '
•pRENCII LINE. "
COMPAGNIE GENERALB TRANSATLAXTIQUB.
DIRECT LINE- TO HAVRE— PARIS (France)
Sailing every Thursday at 10 A. M
From Pier No. 42, North River, foot Morton St
L«. Ghj>c.-)bti*» Junel4!La Touralne July *
La Champagne June 21 La I^rralne July la
L'AquiULlne June2SiLa Hretagne "June 10
Flret Sailing of New Twin Screw Exprees Steamer
"LA LORRAINE," «"«.
From New York, July 12, 1000.
General Agency. 32 Broadway. New York
BHORT ROI'TFJ TO THK IARIB EXPOSITION
HOLLAND AMERICA LINE
New Tork— Rotterdam — Amsterdam via H"u!oma-mr
mer. 8% hours distant from either Parts or London
New twin ecrew Bte«m*rs Potsdam, Statendam and
Rotterdam. Summer rate: F»*t class. »75 and upward
eeoond claas, $45 and upward. All other steainera carry ooa
class of cabin passengers; $r>s and upward
Apply to HOLLAND AMERICA LINE. 30 Broadway
TyfALLOKY STEAMSHIP JLIXES.
From New York Wednesdays, Ftldavs and Faturdava.
FOR TEXAS. GEORGIA AND FLORIDA
STRAIGHT and ROUND TRiP Tickets Issued' to all
points in Texas, Colorado, Arizona, California/ Mexico.
&c, Georifla, Florida, &c. Delightful Excursion*
Write for our tH> jw(?e "Pocket Guide" (mailed f™«i
C. H. MALLORY & CO.. Gen. Agt».. Pier 20?E R.Pn. )- T .
J^ED D LINE. '
.w Fo^ *?■ * r * i Puerto Cabello. Curacao ana Mara
caibo. via Curecao— also at Puerto Rico
From Roberts Pier Brooklyn
I I Caracas"" "* Thursday, jiin. 21. 1 P. M
»• 8. CARACAS Saturday. July 14. linon
•cn^S Ve " e have eu rtor a^mm^fatlori for /.«-
BOIT^TON, nLIRS & DALLETT
General Managers, 133 Front St.
OAESSMAKUO.
A.-.IANBTTE, Importer, 10 Bast 424-«t —
Bhlrt waists, organdies, children^ com
plete outfits. tcrH.fmtion dresses a specialty
shortest notice; lowest prices; fit and work
manship guaranteed.
ALTMAN A BOGEmONOW, Ladles' Fash
ionable Tailors; suits from »35 up; per
fect fit and workmanship guaranteed. 124,
East 4Cth-st.. corner Lexington
DRESSMAKER.— styles- perfect fit
guaranteed; faultless skirt droop; superior
finish; work shown: responsible reasonable
prompt. Mr». COOKE. 235 West 44th--at.'
near Broadway. *
DRESSMAKER — Competent, by day, ladles'
and children's dresses. CONLAN, 422
East 77th-st.
DRESSMAKER.— By day, for children's'
clothes; would like more engagements.
A-Mrics H. A E.. 818 Bant lUth-st.
LEARN dress cutting ami rmlllnury: a field
without limit: special terms for summer
course; call Immediately; new shirt wains
lit skirt patterns cut to order. 60c.
M 1 .r >v\|- 1,1. SCHOOL. 310-«1S flth-ave.
I>Ui:.HS & ACCOHDIOS i'l.i;aiim..
fCin [PAT(*liMf^© of every description
irP-IP.AU lilKi'U'® while you wait. HAR
m\zn -da w. >Qi St, JSstabUaaea 3" veara.
BMPLOYMEXT AGENCIES.
AT ST itAKTHOUIMKWSKMri.MVMKNT
BUREAU, 211 East «d-st.. Telephone
2.. r itV4 ;t«ih-st.— First clap» wnantj SUppUSd,
hOtMM closed for families who are l.:n up
town; caretakers furnished for the summer.
M MM Kit RESORTS., BEST HELP FUR
NISHED. BEST SYSTEM AT IRWIN'b.
77 W. UTH-ST __
KtKMSHKH ROnnS.
CORNER PRIVATE HOUSE.— fur
nished room for gentleman: very reason
able. Apply QM LexlnKton-ave., corner
red st
I— GRAMERCY PARK, corner 21st-st.—
Large, cool rooms, en suite or single,
with bath; board optional.
C4-> LEXINGTON Nicely furnished
rooms In private house for gentlemen;
references required.
LOST.
BANKBOOK of Bowery Savings Bank
stolen about May 4. Please return to 134
West 43d-st.
LOST or STOLEN. — Bankbook No. 3!>4.<04
of the German Savings Bank. In the City
of New-York, corner *th-ave. and 14th-st..
issued to Frank and Josephine Wild. All
person." are cautioned against negotiating
the name. If not returned to the bank on
the ."Id day of July. 1!«m>. a duplicate will
be issued.
LOST.— Bankbook No. 245.50K on Dry Dock
Savines Bank. Any perwm having claims
upon said book If called upm to present
th» same to the bank within thirty days.
or the said book will be dec[«red ca ncelled
and extinsiiished and a new one Issued in
lieu thereof.
LOST Bankbook No. T48.984, Bank for
Savings, 2SO 4lli live . New York Pay
ment stopped, rlssin return book to bank.
I> >S I.- Bankbook No. 150.013 Issued hy the
Manhatian Savings Institution, and pay
ment of same hns been stopped.
LOST or STOLEN.- Bankhfiok No. 88»,«M
of the German Savings Hank In the City
of New- York, corner 4th aye. ;ind 14th st .
Issued to Hertha Filian in trust for Sophie
L Lon-h. All persons ait- cautioned
nßafnst negotiatlrg the same. If not re
turned to the hank on the 3d day of July.
I»im\ a duplicate will tie Issued.
LOST or STOLEN. — Hirkbook No. 187.234
of the German Savin*;* Bank In the City
of N>w York, corner 4th-av*. and 14th-^t .
issued to Sarah Freund. All persons are
ci utioned ngainM nefiotlfting the s.ime. If
not returned to the bank on the 3d day cf
July. 1900. a duplk-aie will b>- Issued.
MACHINERY.
AT REDT'CED PRICKS.— 500 second-hand
wood and Iron working machines; fully
guaranteed; machinery bought and ex
changed. GEO. B. EDDY. 3UB Madlson-st.
KHEIMATISM A!VTI liOlT RE.
ÜBTBO.
ABNORMAL JOINTS and sprains cured;
obesity reduced at least 6 pounds per
week by my new method. ANDREAS DE
VOLD. 22S West 42d-st.
SCRAP IRON. MAIHINERY, ETC.
WE< BUY SCRAP IRON, metnl and ma
chinery, also old bulMlngs and bridges.
We always have second hand machinery
for sale. EMPIRE METAL CO.. 8 Peck
Slip.
SAFES.
SECOND HAND SAFER FOR SALE.—
Low prices also safes moved and re
pair-d. JAMB 9 KERRIGAN. 1,391 Broad
way. corner 3*th -at.
WANTED TO PIRdIASE.
ONE of the most up to data btograph on
film*. Adritves A. JACKSON. Morton
House Broadway.
HELP WASTED.
Male.
ATTENTION. MEN!— $7..V) to Europe; also
free passage and steady position pro
cured. SHIPPING OFFICES. '< CHnton-Bt.
or 73 West-St., New York.
WANTED. — Strong young man. 25 or W,
medi.-al student preferred, able to lift
paralyzed boy weighing 180 pounds, to go
as attendant to country for summer. Ad
dress S. J. It"PH£RSON, Lawrenceville.
N. J.
HELP WASTED.
r'emalf. <
NEW-YORK FREB ' EMPLOYMENT BU
REAU, ■•
30 West 29th-at.
CONDUCTED BY THE STATE QF NEW
YORK.
FREE TO EMPLOYERS AND EM
PLOYEES, i
Servants are in waiting from 9 a. m. to 2
p. m.
References Investigated.
HOUSEWORK. — General i neat, clean, mid
dle aped woman. American family four
adults. Jersey Heights; plain cooking; state
wages; references. Address J. R.. Bux 45.
Tribune Office.
AVOKK AVANTED.
F»nini*.
COMPANION or NURSE.— A young lady.
Canadian, as lady's companion or nurse
to invalid. Address G. F.. Box 108, Graf
ton. Ontario, Canada.
COMPANION. — By Intelligent American
young woman, or to take care of children
or otherwise; c/iuntry preferred. M. H..
f>4 Pine- st.. Brooklyn.
GOVERNESS. — tYench. from Paris, in a
fine family; good references from the city.
MADEMOISELLE, 2.M West 24th-9t.
REFINED, quiet, principal lady, compe
tent overseeing shore or country hotel;
American Protestant; age 42; experience, 15
years; interview. L. P., 133 West 20th-st.
SECRETARY, Ac. — Young lady, highly
educated, as private secretary or com
panion: good reader and sewer; best of ref
erences. E.. Rox 2rt. Tribune Office.
STENOGRAPHER.-- Remington operator,
four y«ars' erperien'-e, neat, accurate and
painstaking, permanent with responsible
house; no agencies, salary $10. C. M. L.,
Box 20. Tribune Office.
STENOGRAPHER and TYPEWRITER. —
Thoroughly experienced: can refer to last
employ Addrea4 MATILDA WEIMER.
180 East 3d-«t.
USEFI'L COMPANION, chaperon, govern
ess or secretary, by Hpanixh young lady
(teacher) ; hest references, easy terms. Ad
dr«»« SENORITA, 1.101 Fuhon-st. Bn-uk
lyn.
VISITING GOVERNESS. French, gives les
sons to adults and children; pupils and
teacher's residence ; ctty and country. Call
or address FRENCH TEA(.*HER. 170 West
47th-«t.
WIDOW, middle aged, light employment
day or DSrmanently; good hand sewer,
ccmper.sation pmall; good reference. Ad
dress by mall Mrs. SEELY, ;ti2 Hergen-
Bt., Brooklyn.
WANTED, hy university granuate, experi
enced In revising, proofraadlng, condens
ing, posltlun as editor's or authir'a assist
ant or with publishing house. Miss COL
LINS. 4fl Knst T.'ith st.
YOUNG WOMAN. 23. In an office. Address
AMTTRTCAW. Tribune Office.
WORK WASTED.
Mule
AMERICAN CITIZEN. »peakin(? three
Kuropean languajrep. would engage with
machinery manufacturer to represent him
in Europe; practical business man. D. G..
Box 6, Tribune. Office.
ANY ONE needing the services of ah up
rlKht. reliable, sober man, Swede, 36, sin
gle, speaking and writing English, willing
to do any kind of work, address K. G.. Box
42. Tribune Office.
AiTIVE. reliable man. at anything; experl
.•ll ci inanufaoturlliK, packing, etc., pat
ent medicines. J. \\.. 1.7 fieoatur st.,
Brooklyn.
A KIDDLE AOED MAN deelrea a trurt
worih position: references und security.
fniAS. aI'HGI.f:. M Backett t»t . Brooklyn.
A.— WM. U. HARTVNO
Public Exp«rt Accountant and Auditor.
Room h2H, 100 Nassau St., N Y.
IKHiKKKKI'KR.-AsulDtant. In oTlce ; sat
isfactory referee-en. W. S. HHoW'N. FlO
Brlnkerhi'ff «t.. Jersey City.
BOOKKEEPER or assistant, order or entry
clerk, young mar.; experienced, rapid and
accurate: first class references. C 11.
STOKES* 20 Prospect Place. Brooklyn.
BOOKKBEPER (S»), txpert accountant. 10
years' experience, corporation, banking.
mercantile, all systems, sU yearn with CO*
:i In Wall at. a^ chief bookkeeper,
rapid, accurate, executive ability, corre
spondent, high-st credeatlala from previous
employers, nlft.es permanent p')«ltlon; aal
.iry $2T> weekly Address <i.. .are Nu((.l,
134 Went l.'ifh wt
BOOKKEEPER and ACCOUNTANT wants
position; Jlft; Wall Btrtet experience. K.
A. SMITH. 242 Columbu*~ave.
BARTENDER. — By young man. speaking
Englleb and German: Ctoa* mixer; refer
ences. A BECK. .')2ft East 7Mh at.
BOY (18). frraduate. wlehes position In of
fice. Address J. C., 13«. Uerry-st..
Brooklyn.
BOT, lrt. In wholesale, house or will do any
kind ..f work. J. NOLAN. 102 W,u
worth si . Brooklyn.
Buy (18) to U-arn trade; electrician or ma
chinist preferred; best reference. H. 8..
.111' Cast lltii -at.
BOY <17> would Ilk* a position In whole
sale house; chance of advancement; ref
•r*ne». R_. Box 43. 1.2*2 Broadway.
WORK WANTED.
Mai*.
BOY. 1«. neat, willing. In erchtttctl| or
other office: read, write German iM »■«*
llsh: hem references. CHARLES STIBIT/.
BM Kant S'.tli It
BOT lifrmnn Ai.,.ti an. strong nnd Wll
ins wl.«h«-s my kind r>t work, with bi ■■-■!
ar.d lxinlnfr; city or country. TINNKK.
r.4f> Knut :t4th «t.
CARPENTER.- Experienced; old or new
work: day or Job. In any part of city:
rates moderate. WESLEY. 342 hast
Soth-st.
CAHINETMAKKR and POLISHKR— In ho
tel, private family or tors hns best city
reference. 253 Spring St.. West Ilohoken.
COLLECTOR. — Twelve years' experience;
merchant's or estate accounts on ■"m
mission; local or out of town. CHARLhS
SCHNELLE. 101 East in»t ><t
CARKTAKBR nnd \VAT< HMAN. -By an
old gentleman; reference canon Kmwles.
of st. Chrynostum'a P. B. Church, 3»th-»t.
and 7th nve. New York City. W. O. A.,
M Third ft.. Iv.n* IslHnd City
CARPENTBR. — On new or old work; city
or countr) ; used to Jobbing: cheap if
steady; reference. M. DUNN, 271 Bton
»t.. Brooklyn.
DRUOOIBT*B REIJEF. — German and Eng
lish; competent, highest reference; would
like to engage for season. CHARLES 11.
BBLLJN, 1.7«4> .id-aye.
F fl) A M c, .[lector or i>reward. man
ner of hotel or club; nee Is Immediate
employment; reference. LK'HTWITZ. MM
West 1 ISth st.
EDITOR, competent, experienced In gen
eral manasfme.it of newspaper, seeks sn
engagement in State of New- York. Address
THE EDITOR, Virginia Hotel. ,r»Bth-st., r »Bth-st. and
Broadway
BLBCTRICIAN.— Wort time or contract;
experienced bell, conduit, electric light
work, stc; tools references. E. H. BEN
JAMIN, 888 Classon-ave.. Brooklyn.
ENGINEER. Married; 1." years' reference;
hotel, factory, apartment, office t'ltlling;
steam, ice, electric, Corliss, high speed en
gines elevators, pumps. E. J. S.. .VtT East
l.Vh st.
FIREMAN, jorter or watchman; strong.
reliable married man; handy with tools.
ROGERS. 7M» Amsterdam-aye.
JANITOR^By respectable family of adults.
M'CABE, :«3 East <»ih-st.
JANITOR. — Long experience: understands
steam heat, plumbing, furnaces; best ref
erences. Address Box O, 1.515 3d-ave.
JANITOR'S ASSISTANT or hallboy. by
young man; $15 month and board. HER
BERT CEPPER, Ramaar, N. J.
LAWYER and expert accountant, extensive
practical experience In offices and courts.
b<*st references, now disengaged, desires
engagement with corporation, lawyers or
business firm. X. C. L., Box 11, Tribune
Office.
MATTRESSB3 ItEMAT-E at customers'
residences in three nours a specialty; new
tickings and hair supplied: sole users of
own patented oscillating hair cardlnt; ma
chines and collapsible benches. THE MAU-
ItORGNE METHOD. M 6 9th-ave. Country
orders solicited. Telephone 967 Columbus.
FHTBICIAN, also druggist. regHtered,
temperate, references, desires p<«ltlon in
sanitarium or in any capacity where re
liable person is required. Address PHY
SICIAN 829 Barbel st Brooklyn.
PA PEP. HANi TIER. — Thorough mechanic;
pressed good*, silks, burlap, etc. ; trade or
private; palming for private only: city,
country. B (SoHNE. Wid East lrtwth-w.
PAINTER, first class, wants flat in ex
change for work. GEORGE A. MET 7
. 427 Krtst 4:td-st.
PAINTER. paperhanger. decorator; take
charge and responsibilities, any Job; city
or country. 81 We*t 4.'.thn»t.
I"ORTBR. watchman, messenger, useful, by
resp»ctablA young married man; citizen;
sober, stead y, trustworthy, nine years' best
city reference, written and personal. MUL
KERN, OS'fl 2d-ave.
PORTKR.-— By young man, 24, aa porter,
useful man or anything. JOHN KKARNS.
3.50 Cherr>- sC
PACKER.— By young man, 18. In whole
sale hou«e. or In shipping department;
good references. CHAHLES WLBER, 163
Avenue B.
PORTER or ELEVATOR MAN— By a
sober. Industrious, colored man; refer
ence HAMPTON. 21« Hlast 7Sd-st.
PORTER. Ac — By a young colored man as
light porter or elevator man. GEORGE,
rare WheaMn. 434 West 30th-9t.
PAINTER. — General painting In all its
branches. arti«tlc and plain paperhanger:
burlaps velvet, silk; reliable; reasonable;
best reference. S. K. KUPELSOHN. 53d-st.
and 824 "th aye.. store.
PAINTER, paperhanger. kalsomlner, var
nlsher; does flrnt class work; prices rea
sonable: han all neoesrary tools. THYL
BTRUP, Utt West f>Sth-st.
ROOFER and TINSMITH.— First class; for
estate and landlords. ZIEGLER. 273
Baal loth-Rt.
PATTKRNMAKBR on stairs and general
housework, wants work. J. T.. Box 22.
Tribune Office.
STENOGRAPHER and TYPEWRITER —
Office assistant; transcribes notes accu
rately at a good rate of speed; educated;
moderate salary. MEMO, 136 2d Place.
Brooklyn.
SHIPPING CLERK. — Respectable. light
colored young man, understands book
keepins? as shipping clerk or errand man
in business house; English. FRA9ER. 145
West Kid st.
WANTED. — A position of trust for an em
ptoye; beat rt-rerences; can fill po«ltlon aa
watchman packer, overs«er or manager.
SARGENT MANUFACTURING CO.. 8 and
li > Blbls Houas.
WATCHMAN, &c. — By a Master Mason la
good standing as watchman, doorman,
caehler or run elevator, passenger or
freight; temperate; good reference. JANI
TOR 303 weft USth-st.
YOUNG MAN". 2-1, strong. Industrious, ac
curate at figures, experienced oftlce work,
knowledge shipping, J«slres situation any
k'nd- city or country. C. G., 209 E. 13th-!«t.
Y'H'N'f MAN. lA>. willing to work at any
thing. J. HOFMANN. M 5 East 157th-st.
YOUNG MAN (25), seven years' experience
In club work. In first class club; highest
references. E. G. S.. 7& Mllford-at..
Brooklyn.
YOUNG MAN ("21), well educated, with ex
perience. In orSce work, and assistant
bookkeeping: low salary to start. I. WOL
FORD. 13 Carmine st.
TOUNG MAN. 4 J». as assistant stock clerk
In wholesa'e house; Al references. >'oat
ofnoe Box 044. Stapleton. Ptaten Island.
YOUNG MAN, 22. willing and obliging, as
salesman In store preferred; experience
an.l reference. W. HITTER, 1&3 East
MM »t.
YOITJit MAN. Swede. In private family,
first clana references. A. OLSON. 312
Ea«t 41st-su
TOUNG MAN i2O), at anything where there
Is a chance for advancement; best refer
ence. LEKOCKER. 11l St. Marks Place.
TOUKQ MAN. ll». as assistant shipping
clerk, wholesale or publlshlns hause. J.
KELLY, 72 West BTt£-St
YOUNG MAN. educated, energetic. In an
office or as a real estate collector; refer
ences or recommendations. DAVID LEVY,
7tiT> lOth-ave.
YOUNG MAN (21). honest, intelllisnt and
Industrious, atealy at anything. Address
L... Box 45. Tribune Offlca.
YOUNG MAN. »'. willing to work at any
thing; reference. NICHOLAS TARANTO.
43 Oak st.
YOUNG MAN, t»j not afraid of hard
work. W. HREa'EIR, 833 rtth-at.
YOUNG MAN, sober, steady, handy with
tools. e«uks any kind of work; also good
worker on vessels. G. J. BLANK, 85 Ave
nue B. second floor.
YOUNG MAN (28). seven years' residence
In Paris, going next Thursday to Parts.
desires position as guide In Paris for ex
penses. J. FONTAINE. 363 llth-st.. Ho
boken.
DUMKSTIC SITUATIONS WASTKU.
■tea*
ATTENDANT to Invalid young man. boy
ir blind man Of messenger, by colored
young man. A. P. W., 130 West 63d-st.
ATTENDANT For demented or Invalid,
expert references given. Address CON
SCIENTIOUS, l.'J4^ lirua.lway.
BUTLER. — By first clans man; persona*
reference from present employer: good
cook. Address BUTLER. 23<> East 271h-st.
BUTLER, VALET.— First class, every re
spect; (too«l appearance; no liquor or to
bacco; experienced traveller; first class ref
erences. GEORGES. 2f»4 West 2lth-et.
IH'TLER or sentleman's apartment, by
Japanese. TAKE. ■■('> Hamtlton-st.
BUTLER.— By first class. single, compe
tent man. In a private family; city ref
erences. Address 2>W West 43d- st.
BUTI^EB. VALJET. -Hy thoroughly com
petent, reliable Qerman. -". with gentle
mui) or private family; wages |4i>-s3o; best
r«ference». liI'TI.KR. ."\ Amsterdam-aye.
BUTLEK. — English, thoroughly understands
his duties; «i>ml table decorator; 4 years'
good recommendations froru first class New-
York families; gccKi valet. A. I*. 8.. 312
Ku.^i 42d -at.
BITTLKR and VALKT to elderly gentleman
or bachelors; Kii«lir.h. best of references;
3 years In- laat place. C. GOWER. 224
East 32d-st
BUTLER— VALET— SECOND MAN.— Ex-
I«rlenced: a«ed 26; four years' city ref
trrncc). A.ldr»«» a. 11., Box 41. 1.:,:
Broadway.
nOMERTIC SITrATIO.^S WASTED
COOK -By colored man; first rUui*: X""l
r..fe,.. r , ■ - -i ELJiORK. :■"■
st.. three (Iltrhtn up.
COOK or STEWARD.— By ! •■••'"■ y"sht>y "s ht>
club or private family: thoroughly "*£*
stands busln«*s: personal reference from
present place. . TOKIO, St. Anthony Hall.
llCth-st.. Riverside Drive. _____
CARETAKER.— By American, care horse,
drive, lawn. garden, useful, handy: ref
erence; city or country. Address Rf.r WH
ENCE. 7!»4 Broad Newark.
COACHMAN. — By reliable and good driver
lontc city reference. Pres»nt employer, J.
O. HARNESS DOOR, ft East 30th-sl.
COACHMAN. 32. married, no family, un
derstands proper care, horses, harness,
carriages and' gentleman's place: sober,
honest. reliable; 5 years' references.
COACHMAN. . ISO Knlckerbocker-ave..
Brooklyn. " * •_
COACHMAN or GROOM.— t'seful. sober;
good worker; sue 1 '..< experienced: refer
ence*. EDWARD, 23i> Green*-ave.. B'klyn.
CX>ACHMAN — Bj
man; sobsf aa^l obltgtng bonr of
en.c. Address F J. FINXBRTT. 153 WU
low St., Brooklyn.
COACHMAN.— City or cuuajUy; ctts rafar
enos; fir<it •-;«»» horsenutn, aged S& Ad
dress P. RAFFBRTT. Inwood. Long Istand.
COACHMAN. — By thorough veterinary;
thoroughly understands gardening an-1
stock; training manager; wages moderate;
references. J. J. HALL. '.--•<• East 7<"h-st.
COACHMAN Single; Protestant; thorough
ly competent to takf> charge private sta
ble; has nine years' personal written city
references. Address JAMES, 311 Amster
dam -a ye.
COACHMAN, QARDEXER and rU>RIST.
-By Bwedlat man, aged ::j; tn
man and hard worker; l»i years' ■ ■
mi -e. Address ■:. St, -are Mr M
Atlantic ;l vf . Brooklyn.'
COACHMAN -'r.gle, temperate: Ommwl)
ly experienced; excellent dr:-..'
rn-rrseman country pU< c preferred, willing
and obliging; best lefSTsaC*. WAUL, 4^>
3d up . ci rner :{i>th St.
COACHMAN.— Single; ti>--i class reference
will be found sober and obliging. Ad
dress F. DONNELLY. 3ul Weat 5Uh-st.
three days.
COACHMAN*.— English; first class city ref
erences. Address G.. care Mrs. Bast.an,
118 Ea*t KM st.
COACHMAN.— By thoroughly experienced.
careful driver: strictly temperate: willing
and obliging: eight years' written and per
sonal recommendations from prominent
families: city or country. 8. P.. Box +•"«.
1.242 Broadway.
COACHMAN.— B» respectable colored man
In private famih
from Jftpt place. PRTOR 154 Weal BM St.
COACHMAN. — Married, no family: wife
excellent cook or laundress; man thor
oughly understands proper care fine horses,
carriages and harness; experienced city
driver; strictly temperate; steady, reliable
couple, with undeniable city references.
Call or address M. 8.. 24* East 32d-st.
COACHMAN.— Marn»d; Al rtf^rence; city
or country. Address P. RAfTERTY. In
wood, I^'nic Island.
COACH MAN- Married. BJO family, that
oughly expenencd in taking care of fln«
hoi-«.^s ar.d carriae-- • ss city refer
en-" WILLIAM. 828 Park-avsL
COACHMAN, porter in - I ll man.
by c.,t 'ie,i man; best references. JOHN
O. WOOD, care „f Mrs Harrison. 13-> W«M
17'h st,
COACHMAN — COOK —Man and wife; Eng
lish; thoroughly experienced, first ola*w
written and personal references, country
preferred. H. IX. M Pr.speLt Place. East
42d-st
COACHMAN— class, who has seven
years' reference from last employer for
sobriety, honesty, ability and neatness,
and who parts with him because he Is going
away. Address J. M., harness store. i*74
6th-ave.
COACHMAN. — A gentleman would like to
procure situation for his excellent coach
man: 14 years in his employ; married. Mr.
BROWN". 040 Madison rue.
FARM MANAGER.— By an American. 35
years old; married, one child: thoroughly
experienced; understand! the care Bt
and the managemf-nt of help; Al ref-rencea.
Address MANAGER, >>:( I.exlr.c-on aye.
GARDENER. head. working; thorough
practice in forcing roses, carnati >r..-.
violets, bedding plants, orchids, palrrs, all
fruits an.l vegetables, sober, careful of
employer's ir.ter-»rs Address EXPERT,
p-istofnce. Morrist-vwn. N. J.
GARDENER — co«")K —Hy man and Will r.
ciuntry. man as gardener; wife i^
and housework; first class references.
CUNNINGHAM. 314 East ".tHh-st.
GARTiENER. &c— By a good all around
working gardener and florist, situation o.i
gentleman's es taMishment; good reference.
Address GARPSNEJ*. Vernon-ave.. corner
34th-st.. Flatbush. Brooklyn.
GROOM. — Young man, English. 25; good
all ar^nd stable groom, thoroughly
knowing 1% business. DAWKIN3. care if
Cross. 1.3O» I'ark aye.
HOUSEMAN. — By y->ung man, lately land
ed; understand waiting, general work
about house. Call or address HUGH
M'AULLEY. 253 West 132d-st.
HALLBOY — NVat appearance; for summer
In country club or hotel; still employe*
Address iIEOR'IE WILLIAMS, St. Nlcfa iaa
Hotel. 40tJ Washir.gt .n I
MAN and WIFEi. in the country M at aea
shore- able to do almost anything. J.
BARRETT, MO 3d- ave.
MAN and WIFE. — Thorough housedeanera;
handy with tods; excellent laundress; day
or week: sleep home; good references.
M-ENTAGEKT. 77 1 2d-ave.
NURSE. — Graduate, ytuing man. medical
student, capable of full charge, desires
engagement during present vacation: refer
ences, VAN DYKE. 102 West 4Sth-st.
NURSE. ATTENDANT. VALET.— To In
valid gentleman, mentally or physically;
masseur; shaves: travels; lons experience;
personal city references: city or country.
Address VALET. I.SSB Broadway.
NURSE. — Graduate; Swedish. 27 years;
good masseur; In city, country or travel.
Address TRUSTWORTHY. Box 20, Trib
une Office.
SUPERINTENDENT — Gentleman's country
place; single. 35; reliable, competent:
highest references; go anywhere; fair
wages. H. PHILLIPS. .'»7 East 132d-st.
USEFt~L MAN. — By married man as driver.
stable man or anything; perfectly sober
and honest; best references. RUN PIN. -'.'4
Beraren St., Brooklyn.
USEFUL MAN.— Swede. 35, lately landed,
single, temperate, steady: speak* no Eng
lish; at anything; city or country- C".
IBAKBON, 254 St. Maxk's-ave.. Brooklyn.
USEFUL. MAN— WAITRESS.— By man and
wife (colored). Just from th* Booth, In
private family; city or country: can serve
In any capacity; useful man. butler: wait
ress, general housework. J. W. JOHNSON
and EMMA JOHNSON. 139 West 25th-9t.
TttsTT — Bj Englishman, to single, gentle
man, or to travrl abroal with family;
ae~i *A FREDERItTv C. SOMXB. 12 Pnw
pect Place.
VALET. — Ry a young colored man. to
travel. Address F). J . I.Wirt 1.-.hay».h ay».
VALET. — By tall and genteel Frenchman,
speaking good English : neat, good .lisp'>—
sition: knows his duty best; reference. 113
West 28th-st.
VALET. — French Swiss: Just dtswasaajsd;
thoroughly understands travelling, mas
sage and valeting: beat city reference. C
\V.. Box BBS, 1.2C0 Broadway.
VALET. — Yaunde English valet K<k> en
fraKement. actor or private (tentleman;
formerly with Mr. marl— Wynrate. Pike
Stock Company. Cincinnati. Ohio; experi
enced and trustworthy; can furnish excel
lent references; no objection to travel. W.
H. HACKETT. 2.010 North Main »t.. Mount
Auburn, Cincinnati. Onlo.
VALET. — Professional barber 32 years; 1»
wlllln* to travel with pa-ty ant lisxi :
speaks EnKll;.h. French and Clerman very
well: references. HAMPER. 331 E. *>3tl-it-
VALET and MASSEI'ER. — Best of refer
ences, L. Box 33. 1.242 Broadway.
WAITER. —By your.« man (20). colored. In
private family, boarding house- or hotel;
willing and oblUlng: city or country. Call
for two day*, or address A, BRYAN. 630
Fulton-at., Brooklyn.
lIOMKSTU- M'l'l ITIO\S W AM'IIII
Kemul".
COOK. — Competent; In private family; per
sonal references. am Ob.i .V>h
COOK. — Experienced all branches: take
charge paid lun'h; small hotel, yacht or
private family; married; stata »i^-». city
or country. BASSETT, liC West li>Ttri it.
COOK and LAUNDRESS — USEFUL MAN.
—By a man and wife; reference. -LUCY
IjOVELL. £il West 27ih-st.
ii » >K .- By A Trm private
fam:.>. . AJ.Ir«!M FKK.M'H i\H>K. 144
7th aye.
COOK— HOUSEMAID A lady «y»h«» to
place h«r colored .■..••* and h.iua«maad for
the summer. Bath can be »r»-n after 2
o'clock at present employer's. 28 E. 30tn-«t.
COOK, Ac— By woman, to cook, wash mxl
iron for a private family; neat In appear
anf. experlence»l la ,-,...^ii, city refer
ence. Can be s*eu at 227 Court St.. l-»i> >k -
Ivn. In store..
COOK.— By in- week M in. nth experi
enced. relUbl- Proiwtant woman- thor
oughly under»Unda her huntress- good
baker. Mr. HUlr/.KI;. 21* West rtUh-*!.
COOK.— Oy flr»t class private family cook
thoroußhly competent; b«st reference*
city or country. CATHERINE, 753 Oth
ave.. ±34»t.. •tor*.
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS AVASTBI^
H>m«l»
COOi:.— By Fren.-h chef; 26 yearn' - Tp,| .
en c: best reference. J. '» . 100 WV«
.Vith »t. t
COOK.— By a German girl In prlvau U.to~ I
Uy: city or country: beat references; can
be seen at present employer's. 5 W. KTth-nt,
COOK. — By mil He ased Canadian won»j;
Is excellent cook ard baker: no oSje^tlcm
to boarflng house: country preferred UO
Went 2Mh-st.. room *<
I -
COOK. — Ry first etees cook In private fam
ily: model salary; city or country. 271
. Weal 4()th-»t.. third bell.
• • >< >X — German: understands her hutinewi
personal rity reference; wages t".flt-s2i*
HOFM Wi-.l: 153 West 23d-st.
' I .
j COOK and LAf.\DßES3.— First claw;
roasts, soups, ■ -.--, or general house
work; also chambermaid, waitress. it.
LAS. 312 fith-ave.
COOK.— Swedish, first class. PT»sen: «m
ployer. Mm. I* Baldwin. Ib "Oth-st.
! can h« seen. fI.AP.A FP.K'K.
COOK CHAMBERMAID. &c — By two
Swedish girls, .'•■■ -••: ; ere sji cook, on*
ai chambermaid and waitress: wouli like
to go to mounrains: American family pre
ferred. Tall (,t address E. 0.. Z2i Ea*&
2*Sth-«t.. cars Burrow.
CHAMBERMAID. *<•— By n»at toue*
Canadian girl at chambermaid and wait
res» or ihamtxrmii'i and "•»wjnjf; willing
and obliging; good city referatcea. M o
HANDLKV. 210 East 34:h-«.
CHAMBKRMAir Young girl as chnmrer
maid and »s<«!*t waitress:. plain sewmg or
watting In small private family; first class
reference*. A. H.. Box tf>. 1.242 Br^>adway
CHAMI
• w. rk. i.
CHAMBERMAID. — By - neat young jbf;
over two years In la*! place; wtli'.n< to
go to country. •M* 3d-«ve. . Fairy's b*ll.
CHAMBERMAID.— First class; aiuist at
waiting; best r"f<*ren<-e from The mr«t
reliable New- York families. 115 West BAt
st.. Ryan's hell.
CHAMBERMAID ,
ence. Can i ..».-. \| „• „ „ HV -
< HAMBERMAID ar.d Wa .
I
country riTZSIMMONS, »1
CHAMBERMAID ,
-- M- Xl HNE ■
CARETAKER. — A lady leaving the city de
sire* situation for her cook, whom she
highly recommends, as caretaker for hou««
durintr summer. Inquire or aidreas 31 r^jr
37th-»t.
DAT 9 • -*.-,masj
won: I
honi-. M t: \\ I kLI. -- ■
DAYS WORK.- Laundress or upatairi
work; would tak<* steady situation in ■
laundry: can do anything. L. HOPSOS
344 South 4th-st.. Brooklyn.
DATS WORK. — By young woman; :ans
dry work, cool or clesplng- good r'rf
•="•-- TRL'KM V.V. 225 West fcMh-st.
FRENCH MAID and hairdresser; :-•••
■ maker and sfamstrers; jroo<i packer and
traveller; n_anicure. HELENS, 20l West
24th-4»t.
HOUSEKEEPER or CARETAKER.- By
American widow in the country: experi
enced: highest references. a, 2t»> West
3'jth-st.. 31 flat.
HOUSEKEEPER.— English woman, highly
educated and of good social standing,
ei-h^r as hoiisskeeper to take entire oharg*
of gentleman's, house, or as chaperon -o
ycunir ladies: ai'customM to travel; beat
reference". T. M. R . 1.242 Broadway.
I OUSEWORK.— By Irish rirl. lately land
ed. In private family to dr. genera! house
work. VAP.LKYS. am East 33d-st-
BWi IKK Bj

card=>. LTOS3. 321 V. '-■
HOUSEWORK By capabl- young woman;
general hou«eworker; very good cook: city
or country; moderate wages. Address COM
PETENT. 1.242 Broadway.
LAUNDRESS.— lady wishes to »*cup» a
situation for a competent laundreaa.
Call for three days at 129 East fi>th-st.
LAUNDRESS. — Gentlemen's and family
washing at home, by Swedish laundress;
open air drying: blankets, curtains ear*
fully done: prices moderato; references.
Address Mrs GUSTAFSOX. 1.C72 Park
ave.
LAUNDRESS. — Family washtnjr;^ sup«r.o»
Mr- M ■ IK. M 3 West Mta mt. Un
LAUNDRESS — Washing and '.rvnta*: would,
lik» to have one or two small washings
for first days In the week. Mr*. A. GRIE
BERT. X\>i Irvlncr-ave.. Brooklyn.
LAUNDRESS— Swedish: best reference*:
home or out by day; !ad!"s' and genta*
linen. Mr?. PETTERSSAN. 600 W. 3^th-st.
LADY'S MAlD.— English: g0... hairdresser.
dressmaker aid packer; accustojned to
travel; best city references." "Addres*
LADY'S MAID. ICO 'West KM-st:." beU.
LADY'S MAID — Competent: first class; un
derManda her duttea thoroughly; excellent
packer and traveller: speaks French and
German; good references. VI., 341 Wast
3oth-st.
LADY'S MAID. — By young woman: good
dressmaker; cut. fit; hairdresser; excel
lent packer and traveller; city or country;
5 years' city references, personal, last plac*
AJ<2re:i3 N. X.. 3.VJ tat llth-at.
LADY'S MAID — French: competent h»:r
rlresser, acker, seamstress; first class
reference. MAID, care Mrs. Romain, 233
West .TOth-st.
MAID or NURSBv— To Invalid lady: good
reference from last place. 119 E. S4th-st.
NURSE. — K^flne.l middle a*ed woman
would take rare of Invalid lady or gen
tleman; Is good nurse; wining to »<»w.
mend and assist generally; no objection
to country or travel; is never seasick. AJ
dress W. L. H.. 2«> West -Wth-st.
NURSE. experience In nervous ani
mental cases; reference. Mrs. WILLaRDi
352 West I^4th-Bt.
NURSE. — Experienced, trustworthy : infant
only; credentials; wages 120. EASSOX.
C 62 \\>et - -.. St.
NURSE. Ac. — By a respectable young g'.rt,
in private family, as noras or companion
for 'grown children; can sew; willing to go
to country. Apply 21S East 3Sth-st.. uj
floor, rear house.
NURSE. — By raspsctaMa woiran. |
>t a child at her own home
TLE. 2.^5 ATM
NURSE to Invalid; hospital experience;
capable taking full charge; city or coun
try. Mrs. BRADLEY. 161 East 113th-st..
Agnew's bell.
NURSE. — Refined, thoroughly competent
North German; full charge of children
from two years up; speaka good Frenoh;
good sewer: reference*. L. 8.. Box 43,
1.242 Broadway.
NURSE. — By an experienced m:dil» as«-l
woman to tak* care of baby and do !:sht
housework In Hat of small family; city or
country; best of city reference. Call for
two days at 132 Wllllama-ave. East N«w-
York.
NURSE or XVRSERT GOVERVSSS. —
Refined North German from Hun over;
ftlll charge of children from two years up;
references B M.. 216 East SOJ-st.
NURSERY GOVERNESS or COMPANION.
— By young lady; perfect French. Ger
man ar.«i English, music. M. G. 231 West
2-»th-Bt.
NURSE) mi att#n.!ant t.. c! !-r!y ..
:n:ii:. (>y th..r
_
cnVe*. j.". month h •me. X. . 11.' .»;
31st »t.
NURSE — HocpltiU experience: sickness any
Jtinrt. charge of Infant, wait on invalids;
confinements a specialty; doctors' ana pa
tients" references; city or country. -4.4
West 4f>th-st.
NURSERY GOVERNESS— Take full charg*
of ohtKiren; music. German. Frvnch. Wtn
derKarten: hlchnt references. Aidress Mlis
E. Ktari'EL. CIV* East «th-st.
SEAMSTRESS. — By wees or montrt: un
derstands family sewing. dreesmaSria?.
children's clothes. AJdress L. S.. 256 Co
lumbu»-ave.
SEAMSTRESS. 4c- By a lady; «ood sewer,
fancy worker; German. French, music;
board and small waxes. In country. Ad
dress A., rtlik East t.th-st.. bakeiT.
SEAMSTRESS. — Thoroughly competent: by
day. or ta.ke» work h'inie: d>>«»» flr.lshlSf
on dresses, repairing, alterations, anj a'.u
family sewing. SEAMSTREaS. 773 Any
Btenlam-ave.
UPSTAIRS WORK a brl«ht and will-
Ing Swedish *trl. i^all. Tuesdiiy and
Wednesday nu*nlng». »1 Sth-a.v«.. Brooic
bn-
UPSTAIRS CtIUL or HOUSEWORK ESI.—
By young L>»ntah ulrl. Call 1»5 Bth »«».
WAITRESS ami CHAMBERMAID.— La U
«-l>v.iiti< iMoaa wishes to place a WOUIM
and ch«mb«rm.iUl. whom she can r«v.»n*
mend. «'»ll Tuesday *n»i We>lnes»lay. fr*" l
lrt to 12. at 74 i:<ut .">•'.: ti M.
WAITRESS an.l CHAMBERMAID.— A lad»
wlsh«-» »itu«tion f>* her waitress an*
chamb'srmalit. wham ••he can hl«hly recom
mend. Call at SO Mi»4tsor.-*v<».. on Mja
day, Tuesday or WeUn«»day.
WAITRESS and riIAUBERMAII* Ui pri
vate family, good city r«tere-n«.-e. . *>■*
Went 431h-»t.. McLauKhlln'a bell.
WAITRESS.— North of Ireland Prot«»ta«t.
in small American family going to c«ua
tr\- assHt ohamberwork if renulroi: b«»t
city references. 2+l We»« 12th-»t. .
WASHING.— Wocian to tak» in »'*» n:n »
an.) Ironin*. X.. , WEMUAUIT. 203 E-it
Una Mi

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