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proposals
PROPOSALS FOR
OF
y/2% Corporate Stock
OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK.
JExeinpt from all Taxation In the State of New York, except tor
State Purposes.
Principal and Interest Payable in Gold.
prajCDTOBS. ADMINISTKATORS. GUARDIANS. AND OTHERS HOLDING TRUST 1 I'NPS ARH AUTHOR
IZED 111" SECTION 0 OF ARTICLE 1 OF CHAPTER 417 OF THE LAWS OF 1807 TO INVEST IN THIS
STUCK.
STALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED BT THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK at
his ortic*. No. 980 Broadway, in th*> City ot New York, until
Monday, the 25th Day of June, 1900,
at 2 o'clock P. M.. for the whole or a part of the llowtag-deacrlbed Registered Stock of the City of New York,
hnarl interest at the rate of THREE AND ONE-HALF PER CENT, per annum, to wit:
|350,000 <K> CORPORATE >•]... OF THE CITY OF $55,000 OO CORPOBATE STOCK OK THE CITY OF
NEW rORK. FOB A NEW HALL OF NKW YORK. FOR THE ERECTION
RECORDS. AND EQUIPMENT OF A HOSPITAL
Principal payable November 1. 1880. BUILDING IN QOUVERNECR SLIP.
Principal payable November 1. 1030
■00,00000 CORPORATE STOCK OF THE CITY OF
NEW YORK. FOR CONSTRUCTING A
JJRIDGE OVER THE HARLEM RIVER I.OUO.IHHXK) CORPORATE STOCK OF THE CITY OF 1
AT WILLIS AVENUE. NEW YORK. FOR THE NEW EAST
Principal payable November 1. 1030. RIVER ISRIDGF".
Principal payable November 1. 1040.
EOO.OOO OO CORPORATE STOCK OF THE CITY OF
•^ NEW YORK, FOR THE ERECTION OF i <nKMM>O OO CORPORATE STOCK OF THE CITY OF
AN ADDITION TO THE BUILDING FOR I.«HHMMHM*U l '^^°'^ thk ,. ONS TIUC
THi: MUSE MOF ARTS AND SCIENCES. T] , N OF THE RAPID TRANSIT RAIL
IN Tin: BOROI-'GB OF RROOKLTX. ROAD.
Principal payable November I, 1830. Principal payable November 1, 1040.
A neponlt of TWO I'Ell CEXT. tin money or o«Tlille«l check on a Nntlonnl or Slate
•(tank In llir City «if New York* reiiulred.
For fuller Information see CITY RECORD. Copies to he procured at No. 2 City Hall.
BIRD S. COLER, Comptroller.
Tin: CITY OP NEW YORK.
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE, COMPTROLLER'S OFFICTJ,
JTNi: 8. I!**).
PROPOSALS FOR BONDS.
VILLAGE OF WHITE PLAINS, N. Y.
The Board of Trußte**. of the ITillaire o t White Plains.
en M ...... l»0O. Nt the corporation rooms In
raid v:i!a*e. will receive sea'.efl propt«a]a f-r the follow
lnr *>">nds if fall vllitge:
Fifty Thousar.J Dollars 030.000) of \Vnt?r BoriOs. of_de
romln'f of $I.WK> each. 10 be ir-ued un.ier i'»iar. .<».
Laws of .-■■• to ■■>• Interest at riirop and one-nnlf
(31,) r^r cent, payable seniler.nu.Uiy, January and July:
yrlnciral to become due and payable thirty years from
By the act under ••■...'.•. bonds are Issued, all fun.l» re
ceived from the sale of water are to Lo applied •-■• tn«
expense. or -nalntenanc- th*- plant and the payment
of the prtnchval anl Interest of t!i«-sp l.onds. In add. lion
to tM«. the tax^l>;> property In the village is responsible
"^•en'^TTv^u-and 1 (fl".000» .->f Fire Depnrtment
80-.ia under Chop. 2.'.5. Laws of 1899: <ien..m!r.»tlnn ■■
>I<X><> each; to hear interest »t four (4) per cent, pay
able eeml-*r:r-.ua::y Januirr and July; principal to I>J
corr.e due. fl/«M> July 1. Vj<'Z. nni ft.ooo yearly there-
* Three Thousand Dollars ($3,000) rf Refun«lnK nnrnda.
t; .,...- Cliap 085. Uws of 11-"-'-,I 1 -"-'-, as amende " bj Chap
64 Lflws of 1687. of denominati.jn of SI.OOO each: ''• I""
interest at four «• per e*i pa^ab'.e semi-anr.ually. Jan
uary and July: priecipal paraWe July 1. I»«i3.
Nine Thousand Dollars <*« ■ "■'• ot Tax and Assessment
•Pe-lcieney Uon-ic. uni-r Chap. TO. l/a» f of I^jO: cf de
nomination of $1.*««« each: to benr interrst at four i 4)
j>er cent, payable peml-asmually, January and July; pnn-
oaya: le .1 lly I, '" '< accompanied by a certified cheok
F.ac? >»>■ a '*rtifi.
c- a State or National Pank or Tru«t Company, for I"
per cent of the face value of the bon<&. payable to the
order cf the. Vlllnce Treasurer. Tbe che.-ki of un«uccess
ful tlddeni to 1-e returned. Any and l!l yr-r" sals may
fee reiacteJ If deemM best, ly the Heard of Trustees.
r>ateJ: June 14th. JPOO. -„
By order of tne Board of Trustees of. the A lllage of
•Whit. PUlns. N. Y. bamuel r mi^ kk
President.
TV B. SUTHERLAND.
Vlllase <">rk.
*VOTICE.— Sealed proposals will ho received
"*^ until 12 M Saturday June SOth. V.<*>. at the OlMce
of Tr.e Pennfylvania Comi>any for Insurance* on I.ives
g,ni Granttr.ir Annuities. No. 517 Cheßtnut Bt., I h1.«..
Trastee for ....... manj of tlie 1 nHaaei
*sm«. WUmlnKton & BalUmore »«ilroad Stock Tru»t
Ctruflcatef a» *-s*i.2sr..v<» will ptjrcluwe.
Tb« orrerln*r»> at the lowest prie s not exceeding 1 ar.
listlsa in the nurrcirate not m.«e than the amount II!; '"„.
mm be acrepted the par'les r.tff-rinc them a-2' i»ed a.
ence. and jayrtieni I* made when the certificates arc
esEifrned. on and after Monday. lull,- 2nA, ISKIO.
PrOToaaU shouM r* enJor : el: :•;-•- for •■'■<■
Df T iladelphla Wilnitngtnn and tlmori f'.nllr tad
Btork Trust CWtUlcate./' end p ««Sd W p«-4«t.
MI Chestnut St.. Philadelphia.
CHBALED PROPOSALS for furnishing fre-«h
*^ end condenaed milK Tor thr- Hanhattai State " : "''" ••'*•
for a period of ■is month* from July 1. 1800, may be sent
Inr nail or <l«-live:e<5 :n i-*is'ii. uj. to - ;!<• o'clock I. M.,
\vedoefiday 3un«" 27 HKH), t.-i the undersitned, at the
Offce of the Hoepltals. No. J Madison Avenue. New York
City (where full specifications may be obtained), at wnlch
tirre and place ?.'.o Board 1 t Managers will receive and
open all proposals.
No Mdk »hili bo PonsldereJ f»«r'- from parties who nr*
Keraal Staler* in the commodities for which they rabmit
proposalr. Each 1 '.'. man h^ .-c-ompai-.1-i by a certified
check fs-r 10 per cent, of the full unt. as si guarantee
that a contract will be «-!,t.-:M Into if awarded. A l-nd
of tone aii>r..ved i>iir<"-.y company for at least -'•• per cent.
tf the gross amount will b* required aft«-r award for the
faithful perfonnniiie ot Hj- contract.
The lioard of "danaseru ret»r»-es th« riel-.t to reject an>
an<i all bid». as It. may deeta ror the be»l Interest* ot the
ft c 111-NKY r. HOWLAXD,
President Board of Managers.
PROPOSALS FOB MILITAUY SUPPLIES:
J'i.ila. "Depot. Q. M. Dep't, 14_"» Arcb Street. I'hlla..
Pa June 21 Il«00: — Sealed proposals, in triplicate, will i»
receive- 1 , here uniil 11 o'clock A. M.. Friday. July 13, l:**'.
tor delivery at .!tn--r the Philadelphia. Itifton or Chicago
<seprtj, r.{ ih* Qin r*<-r-r.nFt*r'p liopirtrnf-nt : I2.'.<rfi<» pairn
Jean Drawer*; 9U.000 ("hambra> Sblrts; 50.000 ;.alra Hus
*et Bh'-es- BOW.OfcO ju'.n- •"•<<ttrn Btocklnx*. li^''t "velKht,
brown- IAO.UIM CotUM I'n1»-r-hirt- : :i.<«"i Whiftlep; '',r"", r ""
Recruit lef- Hftl'lßT <* - : .*•<<• PoH Vi»c*: l.«<jo Btorm an<l U»
eruitlnc Flagi t.VOO Hen.i Uttei#; 2r..i««> < ots: l.fn^i Iron
V<j\m. (.Vi-12". r.it'-V.-. otherwise con^tnlng "» # fp*g' n *»;
tl-r.«> ikiiki T.riirK !>»fiTiii<" l^ai 0 ?: 2'»i.i«i" paws if)t.wi
f hoe i-.ee- I'M/.,. i, :; <r. Clrk Fho^! I.ace«; I.SOO Trum
pet Cords urA T*ta*\* Infantry: SS.OtiO Uo*iulto haw and
I«j<««t varda I) U. Bhlrttajt Hiannel, 1" runic, all con
fonatag to ftatidi.rd? an<i -(-KclflcatloMi Quanrltles to i-e
■abject to 0»H increaw -t U«lr«l bj the Department.
rcr'ly fle-ireHei »r- <■-*- nt'.ol and Wddeti must *tHt<- with
» hat rapidity the, -.-.1 l n: ake them. «»wernment reeen-ej
the r'*r.t to reject or a. ■-.-••• any nr nil pr..;...Khls or an>
titrt iii.-. f j'..'r-.r— iriven'to artidcj <f domestic
trice Oacljain* In the prices of forelKa P^^JfS.^l
ji.ar.ufactuie the duty ih^rew) t*lns eqval. A <.i ai.a-
TF.E in l<r~. <X the valu*- pf the Brtlc'.ei m'jn aeeom|mnj
It p .^>.. IcNOUARAKTeeU MILS ur.d bHJ up 11 Hfi.i
for win be entertained. Fifty cenu li •-' rr«i 1.. » n^t
re<ralred on on. rurcber of guarantee. ' ! '' m^ R ., f .' 1 ' r 11 , ' r , V n
ta> and full HrformaOca will be fjrnifhed on ' -^Wl'W 1 ' "'■';"•
Envelope, eont3«.ni«i« p-opoj-:. to be f**™*? r JgJJJ^
for Mlltary Suppl**" *»nd sddrerted to Lt. ml. J<».,N
V. rrs ■ Deputy Q. M. Centra!. i■ 8. Army.
jerfewcnvllV. ln<J.. run* 12 MM
(SEALED propoßals. Iv triplicate, will be re
° c*lv*d here un.,l II o'« lock A. *:£*™£& i ......
time). Jan* 2R. V.hm. lot turn lshlng , !.«« KleU^lte-ijHj
on .pSicltJon. EnveK.l>« - « t i'.' n i : ?.f jr^j •! V- " :. «!
markei "I^rojjosala for M. > IJarg's. aacreseeu
BAIiXETT. I-;-i 'i U-
Snrrogale'a I\"oiirtG
TN EUBSUAN'CE '•:•' AN OKDEB OF HON.
X* iDvc-n <• TllfiMAS. « eurrwtste ot Hi'- County of
Nfw York. Soroush ot Varl.a'^i.. -N. Y. < »>. f***"-**

6tre.t. lloru. of BJ Wklm. N. V. City.
"IN PUKSL'ANCE of an order of Hon. Abn<T
C Tbojnaa a Surrogate or Hie County of New York,
Katie* is l.«ebV Klven to all „*-- ; *.n. Jiav llli: .-lul.uH aK-.n»t
Pktrlck Emlth. lure of th- <-„ur.ty of Kew ITork. •;-'•-''■-•■
to pr« ect the p a ,r,e. with iroucben i thereof, to the sub
»crtbn-» at tlieir pl«^e "f fi>r.r<a'tin>t bu»4neaa. at the
•a«3rV* w ilium c. rtrr. No Si Chamber- Street, f™"* h
«f Math^uar.. In Tl.e Cltv of New York, on or before tlie
16th d»y of ikiuwi next. im ,
D«:ed N*w York, tl.e ISlh day pi Marcl.. 10^0
JAi!i..-- It. P. SMITH. ai.'-i-.'.. i " kkki- m
WILUAi?.?. OliP. AH-rey f*J^«™*%"'^JL*2K!?"
bers Htree-.. ij.,rou;;»i of Manh«i:an. .New \ ork «.lt>.
TN PURSUANCE OK AN OItDER OK HO.V
a;-..m.i: «;. "i.., mas. b £urro C ate of the County of
New-Yoik Kottoe Ih | ..,,-. glv« '- all :■:■ m having
claims H K hti,»t llarr A Dolan, !«"" Ot the • ountj or A"
York, detcawrl. to ir'ffflt lt.ei.amr. ,i<h vopctoert there
of, to tt- »uhy<riljr. «t f.-lr p:»e of trariMCttag busJ
n»»s. »t the offlce <-.f J«hn H- C«letran. No*. 11 ana 1-
William Btnet. In The City ..f „.,> Voil; York. the
the 31»t day of Ancud next. Datei Sew \ork. tae J:xl
<sey cf Ff-brui>r\ I*")
KATIK !< j,i,|,\-. : JAMKS A. DOL.AN. Kx-cutora
JOHN 11. COUUAS 'Attorney for Executors. 11 and 13
WUiUrn Street New Yofk ■ ny
TX PDEBUANCE of ail order of Hon. Aimer C.
Thorn»». v Bnrrorste of the founty of N>« Y«rk.
notice In hereby i-lven Dj «!1 1 h.-ivinn lairos ■galfl«t
Jdaunrell Van Censaelaer, l»t« -t «h- Countr ot*S*w
TTork. OcncMtd. v, preMnt the sun' with vou-hers th^r^ ,t
to tl>* subscriber at h<-r •,Wi-i- of tran.wtlr :: bu«ln«M "t
the offlr-e ef Paly. Hoyl tt Miron, N< " w"?5!?2w "?5!?2 ive '''-
J'-r,u .'. of Manhattan, m the city of New York, on or
>■'" Ok *l hth day ■• December next. J^ated. .New
l«*k. Baa first <l»y •,'. Juno. Jl**».
. HARAII A VAN UKNSSKI.AKIt. Executrix
t"'i-v. BOTI a- MASON AtV.rneya lot txecutrlx. U
William fitrcct. New York City.
proposals.
CEALED PROPOSALS for furnishing tui.Jc
*"" wheat coal tor the Manhattan State Hospitals, tor a
period of one re»r. may '• nent by mall nr J.!i%vreil in
per-on. up to 4 :.'!<• o'clock P. M. Monday. July 2, IWW. to
the leraiim. 1. at the i Iflce if the fforouak*. N^. '
Madlion Avenue, New York City (where full upecinca
tiooi may be btalned). at which time and place
the I! ard ■ ■'. Manser-, will receive and open all proposals.
N,> bids fhall be considered except from parties who nr-i
actual dealer* Each Md must be Bccompanled by a cer
tified eh*'-* for io j.»r .-»nt of the full amount, as a guar
arte-. that a cr.n-.rnct Will be enfred Into if anar.Vd. A
bo&d of some approved surety company for at least -• pei
cert, of the gi -=■ amount will be required after aw .r-i for
ti ■■ re.e^ST h "e n r? B h°t f t!l " contract. 1 'i- . , ! «
Hanagert reservei the rlg-hi to reject a--.y an.l all Mda. j.«
,: n, 95 deen, tor -he te,, lntwg*ol $<*t$* LAm> .
Pre«ii*ent Board of Managers.
Saoinga Danke.
"HfiIeCHAMTS' NATIONAL BANK.
OF THE- CITY OF NEW YORK.
192 d Consecutive Semi-Annual Dividend.
June 21nt. 1900.
•PHE DIRECTORS of this Bank have this day
■*■ declared a Dividend of Three and on* half per cent
r r^» „t fax payable .T... 'J. 1800. »««
ThJ t»nsf« boota will be closed on and nfter June
"ft and re.ipeneil Jujy M, 1900 Cashier.
2ZO, and reopen ' J( _. );pH w HA RRIMAN. Cashier.
Metropolitan Savings Bank
1 j.n-J 3 THIP.P AYE. fnpp. « "■?<•* Institute.)
CHAKTKUKI' )*■■-•
94th DIVIDEND. |ffc
INTEREST FOB THE HALF YEAR ENDING JITNE
30TM l'«n> at the rale <>f
FOUR PER CENT. PER ANNUM
SsiilS SaHJ - -ni -w
interest from Ju!y J.gjj A^ HA js B. CURRBT. rrf"iaent.
I. iWABD SHARER. Secretary.
" IRVING " SAVINGS INSTITUTION
li.-. Cliumlirr* *<t., New Yorlc <'«ty.
irustee. of ,M. taJtU-J J
PER Cl . ' :,;■..*!
illl ffri
,nati»- on or before Jul>^ lwn li "| OTTI .- - € President.
JU GVG V BYRON LATIMER, BecretaVy.
GERMAN SAVINGS BANK
iv IHI «II V OF SIBW YORK.
'VoV/Vlh VUo. and V*"'\ St r:r2'. l«00.
Juiy 10, 1000. win draw
Interest from July 1, H»K }[ M oBLLER. President.
G. F. AMTHOR. Treasurer.
Union Dime Savings Institution
•^-^^
merest three !a.-*? '
Credited July iFt. PgJ A 'g^eg g 6PKAGUE. I'resldent.
... „,.,; S Bill! .^Al.i. Treasurer.
FRANCIS M. L.EAKE. .Secretary. .
1 BEAMKN-H BANK. FOR SAVINGS,
milE TRUSTEES? HAVE ORDERED THAT
i IOTEREBT bi paid «o W^~^
ITI'. CENT r-er : , fl 1900 . rrfMrn ,
CBTI ROES. Pr.
PANIEL BARNES. LT»Fhler.
:.-'■« York. June -■■■ '"""
fTo^artncroliip Notices
New York. Monday. June 25. 1900.
We have this day admitted Mr.
OrUndo F. Thomas to our firm as
a gtneral partner.
THOMAS & POST,
71 Broadway.
llnilroaDe.
ERIE RAILROAD. s
ll.iuuMi ua. „.s c(ir nrr from W. BL
••.','.'•, '„,!,, . Iv tiaia for Buffalo, ah. Bp. m,
J "'-'--'' : ", ".,.,':■: :'.in:«.g -ar to Buffalo. Coacl,e S .
1.. i. fc lia'.acn » dining <ar to lsurfalo.
*"V." J |- ■. n-I>Mlly except Bundayg. to Klnßhamton.
.'•!•' v ,v ,v Eirotra and Delaware Valley points.
!•' ri erias and Montlcello Pullman Parl n Cars
"i'Cn si rsSr'-CMoW" Umlted -Faa« mall solid
" ?-i i, c . arriving oJu i>. m. Arr. Cleveland 7 4i> a.
train to < M ;"-":/".'', Cleveland Cincinnati. Dining car,
"••-^;;' i ' t "*, Ok v -UuHalo ?nd Cleveland Express -arr.
7 ;o -,- Bradford 7 ■-•<• Jamestown 7.(xi and Vuuom
wSFwxfii m.; Cleveland 12.50 l- m. Sleeper- to Buffalo
and Cleveland I»um 6 -Soild train for ningh.mton. Wav
.rly )'• m T ' iii'"-" Sleerer. to Buffalo. Chicago. Cln
ri'^CKFT^" UOCa" TIME CARDS AND PULLMAN AC
»•>' ■'', '•■". r s^T f^iiis. New Tork : 353 »nd 800 Fulton
2 nd ,iT t "/'Vi.> ; **vn IL'2 River St.. Uoboken. ar.d
J. l r.ev <-'! v Stntlon N-w York Transfer Co. call, for and
Jnectts ha»:Ka»a tod*.tlna^on_
HEW YORK, ONTARIO « WESTERN BY.
Trains leave W«-«t 421 Ht. Ferry as follows (20 minutes
earlier' from Krsrklln St.):
\-.«t-> ul« United to Rorklann . .. i.. P. M.
♦-. hL' Umlted to Western point! 6:00 P U
trXinday BjweUl to Mlddlctown •:» A. M.
• rdaya only. »Dally. tSun>l-.ys only.
TirVets anJ parlor car * ti at »71, 943. and 1.854
•.r f'wfiy 737 Clh Aye.. MB CCNumbus Aye.. 15:1 Bast
SihSt K« i Weal 12T.th 3t.. New York; 4 Ccurt St.. 860
Fulton fit 0% Uroadway. Ml Manhattan Ava,, Brooklyn
WABASH RAILROAD.
X ol^ wschtn, L-hle««n st 3 :•:■ P. M.and si.jwu^ 7.1&
!'' 11" n-r.t la) Kansas City tme nd mornlne;. . o lock
ThroC-h "tr «rvlcp New York to St. Louis via D., U.
i llirou» |0 a. M . UITJvInR Bl L Uis at 2 P. M . alld
X, naaa city. '•' -" **• M - :": "' xt ' la >''
■VV • 'r . •<> reclining chu'r car i?eats free) and sleeper New
York to ChU-Uto. via N. V.. O. * W.. at 0 P. M . arriving
Chlcaso 0:30 P. M. ,££,£',>; . „E A _ m, >rwav .
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. MO^HAY. JTTNE 20. 1900.
Knilronos.
STATIONS root of West Twenty-third Street and
DesbiOfcses mid Cortlar.dt Ktrr»ti.
C * I li<- leaving time from Uesbroisei nnil
Co rtlsindt Streets in live iuliiute* Inter than
that Blven ttelotv for Twenty-third Street
Station, except »vl»ero otherwise noted.
"p. 5 A. M. FAST .MAIL. — Limited to two Buffet I'arlor
Chic .New \,jrk to Pittsburg. Sleeping Car 1 ' llt!>L ' ur » to
cnuago No coaches to i'itt*biii«.
J!"-"- A * *»• FAST Pittcbur(f and Cleveland.
u.o.> A. M. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED.- Pullman Com
partment Sleeping, Dining, Smoking, aud Obeervatl a
cars. f,, r Chicago. Cleveland. Toledo, Cincinnati.
Indianapolis, Louisville, St. Louie.
>••>.» I*. Mi CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EXPRESS.—
tor Nashville (via Cincinnati and Louisville), Indlan
•PoUfc i hi ago, si Louis.
"•ri", '■ •»•• S T. LOUIS EXPRESS.— For Plttsburj;.
r COlumbus, Hnapoll* Louisville St. Louis.
&'"'-',& '"'-', • • *1. WESTERN EXPRESS.— For Chicago. For
m \_ i.i... except Saturday.
• ••••"« P. M. I'ACIFIC EXPRESS. — Far Plttsburjr and
«.Hlc:iKo. For KnoxviHe, dally, via Bbenandi ah Valley
V «2 vt V: Connectß for Cleveland, except Saturday.
*•--•» ■'' M * CLEVELAND AND CINCINNATI EX
PRESS— For Pittßbur-j. Pleveland, Cincinnati.
... o WASniXGTOS AND TIIE Sol ill.
■;■'..-'■• s •"'■ 10.10 (Desbroeses and Cortlandt Streets.
„< -'" (I>lnlnß Car). 10.RS (l»lnin X Car) a. in.. 12.56, 2.10
IDcsbroases an.l Cortlandt Streets 2.20) (3.28 Con-
Ki<-rFlnnal Lin-.," all Ha.-lor and Dining Cars). 3.28, 1-5
IDlnlng Car), 4..'..'. (Dining Car). 0.23 p. m . 12.10 nipht.
funday, P.afl. S .V.. 10.88 (Dining Car) a. m., 12.53 (.1.23
Congressional Lira.," all Parlor and Dining Cars), 8.25,
Jj j. lll|nln * r Cur). 4 ' M (UlMiik Car) - »-23 p. in . 12.10
SO n YJ h y™N' RAILWAY.— Express. 3.25. 4.2.". p. m.. 12.10
NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAILWAY.— For Memphis
..'.'.; ' o'"'' Or J eans ' :i 28 p. ni.
ATLANTIC COAST LlNE.— Kxpress. 5.55 a. m. and 9.23
J. m. dully.
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY.— 7.SS a. m. week
, .iays and OS p. in. dully.
al dß<id R <i AIK LTXK -— Exprest, 12.55 t> m. nnd 12.10
FOR OLD POINT COMFORT and NORFOLK.— 7.BS a. m.
at.''. . Ms nn<l 8 - M D - "'■ dally.
A L',- A? " r "' C1TY.— 0.63 "■ m. and -•'•'• p. m. week-days.
Through Vestlbuled Trains. Buffet Parlor Cars and
Ftsndard Coaches.
CAI-K MAY.-1J.:,.-, p. m. e<>k-day 3 .
', ! , points t■' New York nnd I/.ns Uranch Railroad (from
"•»t ., T nty "- third street Station). < ''• B. m.. 12 i'>.
S..">. .1.2.1. 4.10. and i 53 p. m. Sundays '.> -* a. m.. 4. ."..1
p m. (from I esl : sea an i Cortlan.lt eets). .1 SO. 9.00
'i 'i. 12.50. 2.30, 3.40 1.20 and 5 I<> p. m. Sundays.
IMS h. m.. .-, r. ji i"
... ,_ v I'OH THILADKtPHIA.
o. '.^ „( hros * 1'"1 '" ""'I Cortlandt Streets, o 'Jill. 7.2*. 7.M.
p -3. 8.58 8.2.". rt'.s."> Pel ■.. Lin ••■!• 10 I" (Di ' - ises
and Lortlandt Streete. IfI.SUI. Dining Car) 10..">." iDlnln*
Car), 11.63 a. in.. 12.55. 2.10 (1 )«-sbro!>-e» and Corllamlt
Ftrceta. 2.20», 2. .'..*». .t.Cfi. 8.5.1 4.25 4.25 (Plnlni Car).
4 M (ninlna Car). 5.6.'. (Olnlns; Car) 7.55, 8.25 8.53.
0.25 p. m.. 12.10 1 isrht. Bundays till) 7 S3 (no coaches).
f 18, 8.85. 8.25. »i f..". (Limit. t».r,r». 10.BS (DlnlnK Car)
a. m., 12.55, 1.55 (D'.nlng Car) SI'S 3 r.r.. 4.2r. (Dininif
Car). 4 .V, (Dlnina; Cnr>. 5.53 (Dining Car), 7.55. s2l
8.5.V B 23 p. m.. 12.10 night.
Ticket offices N.-^. 401 !m.-. i;.,.i. |)»4, 111. nnd 2*ll
Broadway; 1 As tor House: \v»«t Twenty Rtreel
Station: and stations foot "f Dewbrossea and Cortlandl
Streets: 4 Court Street RCO Fulton Str-'t. OS Rroad
way and Pennsylvania Annex .■-■• it: Brooklyn; Sta
tion. Jersey City. The N--w York Transfer Compauy
will call for and check baggage from hotels and re»l
i>n. through t" destination.
Teieiihone "OH KlKhteentli Street" for Pennsylvanli
Railroa Cnh Seivl-<»
J. B. HTTTCHINSON j. R. WOOD
Ctr.eral Manager. General Pasa'r Acent.
«— r.— looo.
NEW YORK CENTRAL.
1 r;ut:s urrlvo unj depart from Orand Central Stution
■i'^ i Str»-et, New Voik. ns follows:
Leave New York. Arrive New York.
1 .■.*•» a. m Aillr.ndack A I'JOO Iflnn^is f10.20 p. m.
*S.oOa."m Syracuse Local [0.25 p m,
*J-.::n a. ni Empire f e Express tin 1)0 p. in
*.5.4.-. a. in Fast Malij *lft.oo a. m.
t1».40a."m Baratofra & Montana! Ppl . ... t9.30n m.
tio.aoa. m imv Exurein tT.Jw !•. m.
til. 'lt* v. ni UiitlMnJ X\ ;■!■■!«• ti.oo p. m.
•l.OOp.'m Southwestern Limited ..... *t; on •, m.
1j1.30 p. m ... Vlhany l*.i! .......•] a. m.
|fl.f.Op. m "Th Saratoga Limited*. tlo.^on. 1:1.
•2.00 p.m.";; ,N. V. ,v ChlcAxo .^i»-ci.i| *l.su p. m.
l.'i.'fOp. in •Trie Saratoga •.".... t10.40 a. m.
t3 SO p. m Vlbany Flyer til. lo a. ni.
•3 ::."■ j.. :n Albany Hp-iial ... t2.00 p. m.
•■»'■"}•. in Detroit Special '10.00 a. in.
•5.30 p, ni TIIO l-:ik>> Shore ad..... *8.30 p m
•:..:;•> p. in Pt. ljnui.i Limited •2.53 p. m.
•6.00 p. in Western Express •- 4"> ;>. m.
•ft.25 p, ni Northern Express *7 _'■' ii m.
•T.'tij.. m A. Mr-: Jack & Montreal Xx *H.fts a. m.
•8.00 p. ni Pan-American Express *7 1:7 a. m
•O.SOp/m l<iin*til.> & .S. W. Hi".-!.il *S.ooa m
•9.30 p. m l'aiiflc Express »0 HO «. ni
:;l- i" .i in Ml.'.ulKht i;x[.r.-(--i *7.i«> v. 111.
•li^liy. tDally, except Sunday. ll>.iily. except MonJny.
•I'aiiy. except Saturday* and Pundays. IJSatunlays only.
II VKI.KM 111 \ I.SION.
D:l2 A. M. and .v:,"> I. M. Dully, ••xc-^t sumiay. to
I'ltuneid; Sunday oiii> at 0.2U A. SI.
I'liilinun Cars on ni: through trains.
Trains Illuminated with Plntsch I-'»rht.
Tl>-k»-t ofl'ces at 11". 2»JI. 415 «nd 1.216 lirmlw-y, M
Union f?.j. w. 'JT.". Columbus A\<- . 13.1 West 1...th S'
125 th St. and m^th St. Stations New York; X'w an.* 7;e
Kulton St. nii'l loi Krondway. E. I>. Drouklyn.
Tel-prior- "!«"«' 3Sth Street" for New York 'Vntral C«b
Service. !;■>->■.• checked from hotel or rent l»n'~« by
Westcntt Express Company.
OEOROE 11. DANIELS. General Pa-wencer Acrnt.
CENTRAL R. R. OF HEW JERSEY.
Anthracite coal U?M exrlu.^lvely.
r"our Track?. ''Electro-Pneumatic" > «nal».
Etatluns in New fork, Liberty St. and South srry
Tra.ns leave Liberty Bt. ai below Ulri.e from Suu'.h Kerry
five minutes railitr. except a» noted).
I Week Days I in >..»« ■.
Barton Ixvn! .... 7 •*) n m.
Mauch <'h:nk 1/t.il .......... 7:11 am.
N. T. St I.onr Branch '• n.... S-SO H.m. Ii '-) am.
I.iik w od A Bamegat 8:30 a.m. ||io:l3am.
Bcranton & Read nc ... 0:10 a.m.
ft. V. * Lon* llianch R. H.... 11 3<> a.m.
Kaaton Local . 12:00 noon
Mauch Chunk ft R. Hi 1 ' * . l:0D m.
* Seranton 1:30 p.m.
"Lahewood, Barneita: * Atlantic
City . 1 *> m.
N. Y. * Long 15-anch n. n 2:15 r m.
L-'Wewool i X.ANTIC CITY
Fpeclal . 8:40 P m
NY..' Ixinir nrnnch II 1t... ■'■:■ m. 4 -on p.m.
Lnkewood .'. Barnegat 4 80 p m ...
Mauch chunk * Reading 4 :0 p.m. I |3::*0 p.m.
N. V. * I, nit Branch n. R .. I IU 4' p m
nnnton Ix«al ... I ' " ■• p m
K. y Xc 1.0 m: Urnnrh R. R I ll«'5 pm.
Ba»ton Local ...I 7:7.0 11 m.
MMiV HOOK ni>t"*'rc.
From foot <.f Rector St.
I0:no A M.. 1:00. 8:43, ■» SO I. M Sundays. 10:O9
AM 7on b : oo P. M.— Atlantic Highland! s- bright
Monmouth Beach, Iyn? Branch, Elbirun. A»bury Park,
Oc.«n Orove. r-.-.nt Pleasant, etc
ROYAL BLUB LINE.
l-oit PHIL Ii 1 .1.1-111 A.
I|»4 50 T" •jii, in;ou. . ..••!' „n. *ll:30 a. m., 1 1 on.
• 1 .:;u •;. ■ f3;30, »4:00, 14. JO. •5:(J0, *7:00, t":UO. J0:0O.
i'J.'^r,' P. M . *i- 15 unit.
It V 1.1 111-: AMI \\ AsiHM.TO*.
11*4:30. ' v 00. *10:00, Ml SO A. M.. tl ■<»>. »l:30. *3:00.
•CiiOO. «7 mi !■ M . »12:1S nwit.
Omces: Liberty Bt. Firry, South Ferry, 1I:: 172. 2*l.
4.".4 IMS I."WK). 1351 Broadway, 173 sth »>■■. 7' . •'•id ay.,
11l Union Si West. 1.',7 Ea I l'.T.-h al 273 «Vest \2.".th
n 245 Columbus nv.. New York; 4 Court -• '■**. (MM
Fulton at., Brooklyn; «s Broadway, Wllllamsburg'. New
York Transfer Co. calls for and checks bnK«.iK» to de»tl
llFrr.m Liberty st. only. •Dally. tr>ally. except Sun
dny. tSundays only.
LEH.GH VALLEY.
BiotloDitl >otofWe«i Shi, ( rtlandi vii.l Do»bros*BS Streets
(Peons II I: Kcrrles.)
• Tlrao West -J3J Street, oiln-r n«ur. h rurtUmlt or I'culirosn-a
Btrccis t Hal except Sunday, v HuiuU) :•■.<•• •■« 4.53 r.U. Uther
trains dally, isuuday leaves 6.43 a j*. rtiundn? leaves 815 a.m.
x Siiii'lmv leaves CIS !•«. \ Sunday IraTes 5.19 i ! v. zKumiuy
l.a >■: am. UMiml.y lftnves 4 SO* v
1*7.1 O. . -.-.:<» a. ■• Local for RASTOX,
t«*s.l (I. ers.'ifl k. « Cor .11 I F.\ 1.(1 N"I.\rvAISA FALLS nnd
Wetland principal locsj jioiiitn. I'arlor and Dining Can. Coo
nocrtforCusj i;.cl"n»i
•-I I.'.*), li.oo Son. •• BLACK DIAMOND EX
PREib." lUnd*ome*t train in the world. Limlte.l to seating
capaclir Dm" Hull ■'■ " r «.; coiiiinUiix with ilirouchrt.eri.cni
to 1 1. ■•... a <l Chlciujo. Dining Car service am curie
•|'»."»*> 1 (Kir m • '•■■ Wll.l I- ..... PCBANTON,
■••::. ."SV Mill H.tTosl 1!..-:., Rnrt lnter! l!;,l,- points.
v."i.l(t. i.Vilti m Local for MM I II CHUNK.
'."i. .■».">. vfl. l«< i 1 -ill. .i^ii Vestibule Limited For SIAC
■. [A . M.I.S points Weil Tlir'i'i.^'i Slecjilnu t »;» ■• > lili-uji.)
ai. I Toronto.
■7.">"> S,||o r. » Rxpostlon Express for BLKFAIiO Him
Tofli>N I'o
\X..V>, tl.llO r ■: For ITHACA. UOCIIKSTER, lU.KFALO
an* rt'est. Blceplnjt Cars to Chicago.
SO I'UINHn.li and li"' 1 NO BICOOK. locals, dall] exc«i't
Biui : iv • '•.' " " I • a. *.: '4 in, i 8), •■1.1", 6.W, "3 ■•"8 unU '.« vi P. M.
Ticket* and I'lillman ic< <i:rini(xlMlli oaat US. 261. 2SO, S.'.r». yir. arid
I'M I'.roarlwiy, •.'.'. Union Sipmri- Went, US ColunibM Are., N. V .
h..i I"u!toii si , i Court Si . ts B'dw'y and Annex Htstluo, Brooklyn;
N. Y. rraniferCn will dill I r ami ilicck buKKuKO from hotel or
rtilflcDco through iv lesilnaUon.
BALTIIViORI: & OHIO K. R.
FOR Till; WKST.
Leave New York, foot of Liberty Street: South Ferry
(WnltehaU Terminal) 5 minutes . oilier.
• Dally tl-xcept hundays. {kSundaya,
CHICAGO, *4.<iO •» in.. (UUerly street only). *I.Bi> p. m.
ail': >12.1fi Right.
PITTSBUKO, "4.30 a. m. (Liberty street only). *8.09
n. m. '7 ««i p. ni. and 12.10 night.
' CINCINNATI, ST. LOUIS. »10.00 a. m.. •7.00 p. m.
•12.13 night
nOYAI 111, 110 THAI\S.
WASHINGTON BALTIMORIB, fh.im. »10.00 (Diner),
•11.80 a. 111. (Luuer), TIOO p. m. li>lner), 'I.M lUlner).
•3.110 , 'li, ,1 Limited," exclusively Pullman Train.
l>ln»-r an-] i'u.i-i *5.00 (Diner), *7.00 p. m. (bluer) aiA
•12 15 nlglit. NoItKOI.K. tl.Otl p. m.
All Iratna .if Illunilnated with Plntseh Light.
Uffloes: 113. 17::. 2«1, 434, 1800 Broadway, S3 Union
FT W. 121 Bowery, N. V. ; 889 Fulton St., Urooklyn;
Whitehall T*rmlnal and Liberty Bt. liagtfag* chocked
from hotel or rculdence to destination.
•WEST -SHORE.R.R.
Trains leave Franklin St. ■■ atlon, ... 1., us loiiowa,
and 10 in. later from toot of VV. 42d lit.:
•a:-*l> P. M . CONTINENTAL ' I.I.'JI TKL>. for Detroit.
Chlca'go and bt. l>ouls. L»lntn« Car.
•IfllS V. M Chicago and St. Louis Limited.
ihi«o P. 11., Buffalo, Niagara Fails and St. Louis Ex.
•!»:1."» P. M 1"" ill and Chicago Express.
-'Liuily. tlCxcept Sunday.
Time tablei ai principal hotels and ottlces. Uaggag*
checked from hi tel or residence by Westcott's Express.
C. E. LAMBERT, General Pa»«ns»r Agent. N. T.
LACKAWAININA RAILRO/VD,
Stations In New-York, i*- 1 of Barclajr and Chrlito
£ro' e?and Mall 8:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m.
IIaCKAWANNA LIMITED '10:1-0 a.m. «8 ixj p.m.
New-York .'- Chicago Xx *l •"•' p.m. •SiOO p.m.
-am tun !■:»... *;U0 p.m. 12.20 p.m.
Chicago & MufTali. Limited 6:10 p m. .:."!(» v.m.
i ... „ Ithaca & BuS 8:45 p.m. *I:I« m.
ts»>T Buff. & Oil. Ex 12:tf>mdnt 10:30 a.m.
(aieepera open at [>.:«> p. m.
Tickets md I'ullman accommodation* at 148, 420 Broad
way 05 Fifth Avenue, and 14 Park Place.
Vv'estcou's Express Company will cull for and check
1I(SIM» CHANCES.
PATENTS! "INVENTORS' HAND BOOK"
FREE, patents economically secured and
profitably sold. INVENTORS COMPANY.
150 Nassau-st.
WANTED. — Gentleman, with some capital,
to enlarge newly built florist's place
(commercial). Address S. S.. Box 13. Trib
une OBlce.
wan.!.; —Fifty loads of furniture,
household effect*, etc. Send postal. I>.
M.. 153 Kuat 124t)i-st.
IIOAHI) AM» ROOMS.
1 — RS" ' CLASS new '■■■.:• hotel: atrl< I
ly (Ir^i.rx^.f; all the- cemforta und con
veniences; dellfchtrul ROOMS fur single
men WITH HdT AND f"OLD WATER.
(-TEAM HEAT ANl> ELECTRIC LIGHT,
for SQ PER WEEK UPWARD; cannot be
equalled; references required. HOTEL RO
LA. I • DOth-at. and Mailison-ave.. block
from central Park entrance.
MTU ST., 112 WEST.— Elegantly furnished
second floor; also square room; private
butliF; prlvnte table .• desiretl; board op
tional; unexcelled cuisine: summer prices;
table board.
MILLIARD A.ND POOL TABLES.
BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES, new and
second hand; lowest prices; easiest tsrma.
MAI'.X HItOS.. 24 Union Suuare.
CARPET CLEAXIJiG.
CARPETS cleaned by steam, by hand or on
the floor. Careful Carpet Cleaning Co..
1 r..'..'l Broadway, 421 East *Bth St., COE &■
BRANDT. Tel. ]32-3& th.
FREDERICK ACKERMAN, 133 West T.M
St.. near Bth av< — Steam carpet cleaning
and feather and hair renovating works.
CASHIERS A BOOKKKKPEItS*
UEtKS.
CASHIERS * 80l (KKEEPERS 1 desks^
roll tops, cabinets for typewriters, parti
tions, railings; low prices. S. HARBL'II
GER, 4M Canal Bt., near Hudson
ADVERTISEMENTS and subscriptions for
The Tribune received at their Uptown
Office No. 1.242 Broadway, la door mirth
of :U.-<t!<t., until ;> o'clock p. m. : advar
llFH'iaents received nt tlie f.>llu*vlni; branch
orlice» at rcK'ular office rates until 8 o'clock
P. 111., viz., 2.">4 Mli-av.v. a. c. cor. 23d .«t. ;
152 Cth-ave., cor. 12th Ft.; Mary's, nth
ave. nnd 1411. Bt.; 142 Ojlumbus aye.. near
■\Ye:n CTith-st.; !<«. \\ -m! 4il-st., near 6th
ave ■ 02 East li-:. St.: 2.".7 Wee! 42d-^t..
between Ttl «nd Bth lives.; 130 Kant 47th-
Bt • 1 ..:■> 3d .!•■ . between 76th and 77th
st's'- I.i>2C 3d-ave.. Ti»ur f.lst-st.; 1.71* Ist
'.,;..' , : ..,r s:uh-st. . ago art- aye.. near 41*r.
HI'SSvM .V OFFICIB KIH.MTIRK.
RO L LTO
DEI
OFFICE
FURNITURE
In great va
riety of style
and price.
T. G.
BELLEW.
11l Fulton St.
I \r : - : I'" Fummor gowns m» ;• ■»*
•"*■
a; IMW * BOQHDONOW, Ui.'.lW rash
feet nt and workmaniihlp ruarar.t««<l. Y -*
corner U»xlD«ton-«v.
bIIBBSMAKBR. Mamatrewi: ir.'-adir.g of
imtlaue la.ts rurtulim. damasks. un.l*r
w.'.^' Vine rucking «... M!k. imen eh !«.,«.
hand or machine; <Jrw*maklr.g. lay. *l 00.
UKVERE. 629 nth ay».
l)lU:!i»MAKlSO.
DRESSSIAKEP..— A tirst class . .-,. a K-r
;,u D, th. Or-: also In the couniiT dur
ing summer: best reference.. Miss E.
BCHCLTZK. M» I'.ist V4th-sl.
■ ■
> ilay;
DRESSMAKER.-=-Colored woman; good
dreimmaker, n.'. home or out t-y .^ity; rer
er-mce furnished: dtj or country. A.Wress
DKESSMAKEIt. 4>>C Stli ay«
v, ■• ng and millinery; « fl * !(1

, • nil to order. soc.
..:... :».;!- 6lh aye.
TAIL
. « ith S v and M.
■>'•<»..: -,
«■ : \n."K!Vi
-
: ■ «
• -
■.•!■..■ • •■:n.
APVEHTISEMESTS nnd Buhv-rlrtlona for j
The Tribune received, at their Uptown j
Ome*. No. 1.242 Uroadway, i'd door n..rth :
of :n«t-st., until v o'clock p. m.; adver- ;
tlrements r»celv.il at tl.<> Mlowlhb brnnch ,
orflces iit re^iiiiir uttb c rates until 8 o'clock I
p. n... via.'; -T»4 Mh-iive., ». c. cor. 2Cd st. ; j
IS2 f'tti a\- . c ,r. 12lh-»t.: Mary's, «Vh- I
live. jn .l 14th-et.; 112 Ctolumbus-ave., i;rjr !
W^it Urtth st.; DM) W^m: 42d-st.; neir 6th
n\.-.; '.'2 East Ulli »t.; 2.'.7 Weel 421 *t..
between 7th anl Bth avea.; ISO Ka_st 4Tti ; -
Rt : I.3JW .'M aye., l*t\v.'e!i T'Uh un<l 77th j
■ts.: 1.028 3d aye., near •ilnt- .■ ; 1.70* wt
ave., n»nr fH*th-st.; iW*> 3d «v>-., n*ar «lst
Did a ACCOItDIOM I'I.i:ATI.\<J.
fEli rC^ATilfN'f^' 1^ of <very <1.-scnptlon
irlUlCtfS U Ul/v 'k') while >ou wait. ll.Mt
1)1 Nt; .':i> \V. 2,".1 St. l->H;Lbllshe>l :u» years.
II AMU HI BATS,
22 DEISBROSSE>!> ST. the place to buy your
bats DANULT.Y HAT CO.. 22 l >eslTO»
i» il. "
EMPLOYMENT AGKNCIE9.
AT EST.nARTHOLOMEnVB EMPLOYMENT
lllllKA 1 ' 211 !■ '»•► 4M-«t., Telephone
2f»iii Sbth-st. — First class servants supplied,
houses closed for families who are lf!ivtng
t , , t vn; en . takers fin niyln ■! for tin- y\ii;irr,er.
FlltMslll.il ROOMS TO LET.
71ST-ST., US Wi IST. -Two large ro->m».
with us.- uf batl sentli men only
ADVERTISKMENTS and (subscriptions f>r
•]1 ... Tribune received at their Uptown
Ofrlc*, No. 1,242 Uroadway, 2d door ii >rth
of 81*1 st until '.' o'clock ■>. in.; aiver
•if*-m.-!ita received at tin- foil wing branch
<.!tn'.-n at reKiilur offlce rutca until , o'clock
11 111.. viz.. KM Stli aye.. a. f. Ci..r. 28d -.n .
1.-,2 Bl aye., cor. I2tli -' . M.i y >.. nth
aye. aivl I4ih st.: 1 12 ■ ' ilumbui . iw.ir
West •■'•I: St.; HHi 'Went IM »' . near 6th
ave.; 02 Ensl i Ith si , 837 West «2>l st .
between Tth aril Mli ■<- - . 189 Ku.«< 47th
,t : 1 :u<s 3d are., between Tilth and 77th
ets.; 1,026 Sd-ave., near 61 st.; 1.708 lat
avo.. i ■ ,ir HUtl »t.: 880 .'!•! aye., near 413t.
MA' HI>KIIY.
AT REDUCED PRICKS 600 recond-hand
wood and Iron working machines; fully
guaranteed: machinery bought nnd ex
changed. GEO. It. EDDY. 31)3 Madtson-st.
HUKUMATISM AND GOUT lIK
LIGVED.
ABNORMAL JOINTS and (Drains cured:
obaalty re.iuro.l nt least 5 pound* per
week i.v my new method. A.MiKKAH DE
VQU>. 228 Went 42d-st.
SECOND HAM) SAFKS.
n HAND SAFES FOR BALH.— IiOW
I. rices also safe* moved and repaired.
jAMKi KERRIGAN. I.BM Broadway, cor
ner 3sth-st.
TYPEWRITERS.
TYPEWRITERS bought, sold, rented, re
paired; best ma< nines; lowest prices;
trial free: telephone CONSOLIDATED
TYPKWIUTKK h-.\i-iiANia:. ju H'way
lllil.l' WANTED.
Male.
ATTENTION, men. $7.30 to Europe; aleo
fir,- I'-isaaße and steady position procured.
SHIPPING OFFICES, '' Cllnton-ut.. and 73
Waal . New-York.
HELP WANTED.
Pemale.
LADIES learn manicuring, he-lrdressln-r.
face massage, alp treatment, chiropody.
darmatolocy; Btata charter; diplomas; ai>e-
C laj $."> cuun tccod positions. 2">4 tith
ave.. between l«tii and 17th at*.
WANTED. — A competent cook; ana wiilin*
to assist In kitchen: must understand
all branches of cooking: ternn $4 per week.
Address Mrs 11. QOKEN. Cheatur, Conn
ADVERTISEMENTS and subscription* Tor
The Tribune i. ■-.■!... i .it their Uptown
OHIO*. No. 1,242 Broadway. 3d door north
of Slcl-st.. until v .i I cluck p. m. adver
tisements received at the followlni* branch
offices at regular oiluu rates until 8 o'clock
p. m., viz., 254 6th-ave., a. «. cor. 23d-st-;
152 6th are., cor. 12th-at. : Macy's. Cth
avf. nn.l 14111-st . 142 Columbus near
\Vc»t OOth-kt.; 104 West iXa-»u.
WORK WANTED.
n . , - - — —— —^»
IT stai ■*.*.•>>•
ACCOMPLISHED Parlslenne -loellent lln
fruist. would devote part of £"•*•£
onin . instruct, converse, languages v i lth
young laA!«-s: testimonial*. Mme. us
'Yi:i.!»a. 107 West »Mh-t;t.
COMPANION.— By younif French lad , to
a lad, ..r of children to
French German and English. ■>" lst -
MOLLIKGER, 537 East >vtth-9t.
COMPANION. Ac— By a refined your*
w .man as mpanli n ami nurse, hviufte
keotier. rneea or cashier; experienced;
references. 8., lU> West End-aye.
.;. >\ RRNEP6 Bj
ander 12: cltj r country; i.l*rr»-s'
ence Address C * U. <• W*bb Utn st.
JASITRESS. city reference. 323 East
IN'.th-st.. store.
OFFICES CLEANED, by r»«i*cta.We wom
an" Wst references furn!9..-*l. Address
E c. «1 !>«■ Kalb-ave.. Urtioklyn.
TEACHER. French teacher would give In
struction French, German, piano, paint-
Ins?, in exchange fur Kood home In the
country: references. AAkjass LAJ>\. i.^>
Lexini(ton-n.ve.
ADVERTISEMENTS and subscriptions for
The Tribune received a* their Uptown
Office, No. 1.242 Broadway . 2d door north
of 31st-3t.. until 1> o'clock p. m.; a.iv-r
tl.-ierrents received at the following branch
oftlces at regular office rates until « o'clock
p. m., viz.. 254 Sth-ave.. s. a. con. 23.1 st. ;
IT>2 tfth-ave., cor. I2th-st.; Macj-"s. 6th
»v» and 14th-st.: 142 Columbua-a^e.. near
West «i«;th-6t.; It* West 421-st.. near Cth
ave.: :<2 Bast 14th-st.: 3T.7 Wwt 42d-Bt.,
between Tth and Bth ayes,: 168 East ■"'th-
Bt.; 1.338 Sd-ave., between 76th and i.th
sts. ; 1,026 ::•'. aye., near «Jl'»t-st. : 1. 1<« Ist
ave.. near M»th-st. ; «M> ad-»tve.. near «lst.
WIIHK WAN'.rED.
Male
ATTENTION! — American rran. with fam
ily of three adults, destrea opportunity to
Bii|.erlnt»n.l the working. situation ana
conditions of a larse estate o^ied by a
lady or heirs, who wish remits advanced
strictly for their Interests ..dU . remunera
tion a living salary; referctwes and Inter
view wtQ convince ability, ami also that
entire confidence can be placed In the au
thor of tats advertisement. SL \\ . ■„ lost
office It x *^i.\ Bridgeport, Cram.
ASSISTANT to electrical phy-Rlclun. or take
charee ot bran ofllce. or In seme other
physician's office. Andrew* MIDDLE
AGED, Tribune ' uric*.
ACTIVE reltaMr man. at anything: ex
perience manufacturing, packing, etc..
patent medicine. J. W.. 127 Dbcatnr-st..
Brooklyn.
A MAN wishes light emi«loyment£ 15 years
Ims; place; best city reference. ■"— • EaaH
2ttth-st_, I- ■!•
BOOKKEBIPER, douLii«! er.:rj-. and general !
otri«-e aj(d.«tant; experienced. IM class j
reference. S3* East 14th-«t_ cigar store.
HAKF.R. Foreman or f->»d »«cor.'l hand on ;
bread and cake. EETEK. 616 W. 4;tl-»t.
BOY 17 In office good reference. OEO. ;
KOKNIG. 8M Weat V.ith-».t. '
CLERK. —By young man; wv!l educated; :
k -nmi p«nman: well rec-«nr.iend«d; has
practical experience in wholemle and retail .
stationery business. D.. Hatlujate-ave..
Broas
COMPANION. &<-.— Ocntlemun of excellent
position. college educauon. Jamtliar
thr .uirh travel with most parts of Europ*.
TV». ■ -peaks nve dlfTerent lan*ua«es fluently.
as travelling companion or private aecra
tnry; very best .if cl:y refettsnees. Address
\T.. Box -"• Tribune O*I"c«, ;
i ADVERTISEMENTS and swiaHJ uAioaa for \
The Tribune received at their tTptown ;
1 Office No. 1.24 a Broadway. 2d d«or north
: of 31st-st. until 9 o'clock pw m : adver
tlaementa receded at the following- branch
offloea at regular offlce rates until 8 o'clock
p. m.. viz.. 2R4 ■■:.■ ■■■•■■ r. -i cor. 23d-i*.: ,
i 'B2 eth-ave.. cor. 12th at :. Macy's. tJtri ■
1 •ye and 14th-*l . 142 ColumlJua near j
West firtth-et.: li« West 42.V^t,. near «::-.
aTe.. 88 X*»' Wtli-nt.; 237 West V- i ■••.
between 7th and Bth avee . 139 East ».:!i
st • 1 3SS Bl aw., between Tilth vi 1 77th
• it*. : 1.'02 C S<! ay» neiu- SIaSVM.: I.TOS lat-
I COUjECTOR, ifrc- — Toung Pweoe aa col- ;
lector or to travel with eale.->mar.. WII/- '
BERFORCK, 22 Hope-st.. Brooklyn.
i E.N'<ii'. — Bejrt ref»r«-ru.-e: »ob«r. will- I
lnK ana e-rperienced; can do own repairs.
! A.Mr^ts M'CH-'SKr. car- of Watson. 1,810
I 2d-ave.
ENGINEER. E7>ECTRICIAN*— By young
man; practical ni».'ctianic; Installing,
niAintKinintf 8r.»l repalrlr.ic a.L st-am a.:. I
electrla appliances. T.. Box S3. 162 East
2^d Rt. ' I
ENGINEER of i ipertence d<-»!ro»i work;
stea »n.l temperate. EN« JINHEIt. :,<«'•
West 12th st.
ENGINEER^— Single, pmctaoal, «i: around
nieohanlo: ilfc> ; hours no ot.J<*ct; moj
.-ra'-j «.uce«. vrpjl-ni-H, 27 <i:Knl st.
i i:NOI.VUi:iI- — r.1.-enße-l: tnaii*- repairs;
competent ar:-l thoroughly reliable; city
or country. IIVDE. 230 K-ust H'Jth >t.
ELECTRICIAX.— Thorough mechanic of
ln::g exf.erlen.-e: !lirht->. bells, conduits,
! tubing, etc. ELECTRICIAN. 3<U We«i ,
| 127th-»t.
i-ILKiTKOI'I.ATrIK. all rteprwtts, w»nt-» utt
u.itl.-n: lake charge of buff, dtp, i^>ll»h- :
Ihk ar..i lacquering. oxMiiitiK icn.i fancy col
ors; liUK» ex;.erlenoH; be* reference. M. ,
D. i PENNEY. IS4 Atlantlo-Bt., Stamford.
i Conn.
i FIREMAN*.— By young r.un. experienced
un b.»iU - rs- city <-r country; Terms mod- i
! i-tiitp Address W. COLLY EK, Alabama
! House. 210 Bowery.
GENTLEMAN wishes to obtain situation
for his man- «ober. reliable an.l trust
i worthy; competent In all his duties; per
sf.n«l reference*. ROBERTS. 223 West |
tlsth st.
GOOD all around man. married. w:«hc. po
sition In an] line .if hurttness. PORRE
STAU -,-. West 28tb-st.
HARVARD QRADUATE. A 8.. A M.;
now studying law, i!^»ire» a. '.lterary or
' executive poKltlon. ■ i- \it.\ti: 1.242 :
; Broadway. :
JANITOR,— Man and wir<\ German, wish
three i>r fo\ir or>i|»<?»; four years' experi
ence; references Address KKANK
HAGER. (anitoi . 1.571 Ist-ave.
JANITOR. — Wiiiow nnil »TOwn son na .lanl- ■
tor of flatli.iuse: ten \eari*' List place;
best refei nee Mrs. RODDER. 422 East '
7eui st.
JANITIIH or VATi'HM AN". - ■- Xp.irtment
hous*, first duns flats. ntor«. warnbottne.
1 Institution: Swnlixh -American: Intlii.Trlons,
Intelligent, ex[>erleni'»>!; hlchest personal
r»ferenc*s: ahsotutely tt»ni|>»rat<-; bond.
WORTHY. :<«T Pnlton »t.. B'klyn.
! —
ADVERTISEMENTS and eub!«crl;itlon» for !
The Tribune received at thflr I'otown
Ortlce. No. 1.242 Broadway. 2.1 <!oor north
. of Hint at., uiiill 1» o'clock p. -n. ; Kdver
tisenientH received at th^ foUowinic branch
otllces at regular <-r!lcw rates until § o'clock
p. to . via.. 254 Bth iv< ». s . cor. 23d «t ■
162 6th aye., cor. 12th it Maer'a •Sth
iv. •• an.l 1 it!, at. ; 142 (Vlumt>u» aye n^a.r 1
West 66th st.: lull Wee 4-M-»t.. imir 6th
are.; :>z Eaat 14tli ac; »7 West 4^.1 si
b< rween Ttri an I Bth-avea ISO 1-ist 4Tih-
Bt.: 1.838 M»v... bai ire»n 7r.m an.l 77th
•'- : 1.086 3.1 aye., near «lat at.; I.7i'S l»t
ave.. near M>th-st.; 600 3d aye., near list.
1
, JANITOR.- German; roofer; all repairs;
best references; st-vuu heat. .1 \n:t. iR,
! 1«N Weal rtftt ti st .. gf . n .i p,^sital.
! MACHINIST and TOOLMAKER
class. Address 11. C. .S.. 21 Wax.l st,
Ha'-keiisnck. N. .1
; HAN. nmrrle,*. can tend bar. knows hotel
an.l club business: wishes to take oharKt
, of small hotel or club; eta on v«ir» in
busiiie**; referenceii. J L.. 80, 20 Trtb
un.> Ottloe. '
MATTTtESSES REMADE at customen*
resldences In three noun a specialty; new
tickings and hair supplied; sole users of
own patented oscillating hair carding ma
chines and collapntblo benches. THE MAU
; BORONS METHOD. 84« Uth aye. Country
orders solicited. Telephone BtS7 Columbua.
, POLISHER and BUFFER »-nta work In
any line. TIIILIP KHICK. 233 iToyil-
Bt.. Brooklyn.
PAPERUANGER.— Rooms papered, $2 up
ward: painting, etc. A<ldre*i D., C 27
:t.i aye.
PLl'MßlOß.— Married. 2A years; steady;
' experienced Jv-bblnu: wants to gel new
work; neat. <julck lend worker; small tuty
start. WM. LEAHY. 1.481 Qraane m.
. Brooklyn.
; PORTER, Ac— A youn* colored man
1 would like to get position ho porter or
butler or useful man In private family.
• Address R. E. COAGLE. 325 W. 3»th-at.
PORTER. --By young German; married;
useful man; handy with all kinds of tools
and general repairing; honest and faithful
worker. OTTO JAHNdEN. 217 a lOth-et.
' PORTER or WAITER. — Young colored
. man; private family or store I good refer—
ences. T. AUIiOTT, 4»l Fleet- at . Broolc
lyn.
PAINTER, ugej 24; good all around man:
sober, wllllnx. quick worker; city or
country; need* work; reasonable. FRANK
' HAAS. 3uS l-^at 7<nh-st.
PAINTER, papvrhanglng. decorating done
1 for the rh»a.i>eet prices: kals.. mining and
plastering promptly attended to; plain room
- palntln* $160 each. M. riANNENtsOUN.
1.*31 Sd-avo.. palnt«rr' supplies.
i ADVERTISEMENTS and euoscnpUqns for
Th» Tribune revelre<3 at their Uptown
Offli-e. No. 1.242 Ra.*dway. 2d door north
M ftlst-st., until V o'clock p. m. : adver
tisement* received at the following branch
offices at regular offlce rates until 8 o'clock
p. m.. via., 251 Bth-ave.. a. c. cor. 23d-»t.;
152 Oth-Hve.. cor. 12th-«t.; Macy's. Oth
ave. and 14th -st.; 142 Columbus-aye . near
West 66th-st. ; IXKJ West 42d-sL. near 6th
ave.; 02 East Hth at. : 28T West «sd-st..
between 7th and" Bth eveii ; lf«> East 47th
st.; 1.53& 3.J-ave.. between Tflth a"* ?7tb
sts. . 1.02 C 3d- ova., near cut -at.:
WORK WASTER
PLT'MBER'3 HELPER. --One year's ex
perience. H. SCHROEDER. 600 West
4Mh-s%
REFINED and Intelligent middle, a® d
man. with twenty yearn- experience In
Government service. ,!esir-s .ma place In
an office or Importing hvAiae- 8.. 3-o«
Gates aye.. Brooklyn.
SALESMAN.— Hv gentleman of koo.l ad
dress and ample exp-ri»nce. as traveUfng
salesman Southern territory: position "
represent "manufacturer .'f specialty Ol un
questioned merit: references. Address B.
11. (... care Carrier N.>. 2e\ Atlanta. • ta.
STRIPPER. Would like wort of any kind;
no objection to factory work;; exp-Tlertcetl
»trti>per. KMIL DICKINSON. i.Tl>7 3d-a.v«.
TINSMITH. aVc.- Toung man. -'
a or dram
nt> 'ki:k. 1.045 Js
L PHOI^STERER pnd r!eoorati>r, llrat cla.is
in all branche-i. wishes work: private
famlliea; best rereren.-es; reasonabl*. Ad
dress M. 9EILER, 136 Eteal 57th-st.
VIOLINIST and lea.'.er: first cli»ss; best of
references. Address CLARK. 9M asaas
ÜBd st.
VARNISHER Bxperlei \ reas) R
NEWMAN, li.'* - '■*•■
WANTED. — Position as editor, asadatant,
local, or manager on ■ :-.:i;rv or city
newspaper: ample references and experi
ence. JOURNALIST. Tribune Offlc«.
YOUNG MAN. SI « lake* to go to EUTOp*
next fall or before; would accompany
(tentli-man of means; speaks Engll and
French fluently, German and Italian fairly
well: correspondent solicit «l. AdOresa J.
7.. MAG NAN. drugl Springfield. M«»A
TOf'N'T MAN. 21. cxi •■:-!.— —l In fleu.
winding and panel B> ard work d-»lre» a
iwsltion where be can advance Wmself.
SANPOKD, 2tWl I2tli ■' . Brooklyn.
TOt'NO MAN -
T K^ AN. < iirw <>f Mr
yoi'NO M \ .". 22. woui J l'.k* to > im s.n;«
trad*- wtl. work for renfionabl» wage*;
not afraid of work. KKIJX Si*HRAUTII{,
251 11. pklns Brooklyn.
YOUNG MAN. 22. cMI-k* student, itmilil
like position for the summer: country '10
tel preferred; n>> canvassing; best of refler
encfj. \dtlreas N. M. W.. 153 ila-.. n «t.
Brooklyn.
YOT"NI3 MAN SO. wl?he« a
ktnd THOMA3 KEIXEHKK, IT2
■ . r. (■■ Bl «jklyn.
TOU3JQ MAN. willing:, not afraid of work.
seeks steady ait! >n at anything.
SWBETMAN. «M UedX«.rd-st.
TOUNG MAN, - 1 academic graduate '.r.<*
penman, knowledge btokkrtpinir. typ*>
■wrltir.K etc.. one y-nr'- of!*ce --r-.es i-.
desires sf«.d position; m.jderat» salary. Ad
dress JANITOR. nH M. 1 '1:1 Lone.
TOt*N"(S MAN. lsi. experienced. wishes 1
posltlua In offlcB; (rood bookkeeper; mod- i
ermti* FalHry: excellent reference* X., 1.1»« .
Forrest- ave.
TOCXG MAN wishes positloa n: anything
where he can advance: " year< r»fer- !
ence fr..m last place. H. M. •; Eiw auth
st.. Brooklyn. I
v. ■ y,} MAN. 21. America In liirge
wholesale or shipping house; willlnj? t<>
learn anything, or as compositor: four
years" exiierl^nc* on straltht matter: will
ing- and obllajins;; well r?.-nmm»n.l«" anJ.
fr.»>d pearanee: « -».•-• *-" f«>. Ao>iress i
HARRY M. 9CCDDER. 243 Graham-at.. |
Urooklyn. i
TOtTNQ MAN. 20, wishes steady position; j
:..u> ha»l experience at iJtcking and ship— j
ping -■ dnig h^^use; cn.n drive. JAMES
RILET. 'J4S West r^th at. I
XOUXQ MAN. 17. for otnc* or clerical
work In a mercantile hou*»; one yfax's j
uperlen with larK" firm: educated. BEN
JAMIN KINKUK. 11l Plvlakin-at. ■
TOUXQ MAN, -i> wbhea pbattloa as light I
p..rter or anything. JOS. L'ASHAY, C |
Clinton- st.
YO>'\'> MAN. 24. strong, a- anythlr.^; i
hr""Hks Kn^l'.nh. G^rrr.flrt ir.d :■ itlaa. j
JOfEPH BLASH, Sl2 Hist 14.V : -«t. '.
''' ~ ' i
ADVERTISEMENTS and subs-Tiptlons for !
The Tribune received at the:r Uptown, j
OfTlc« N>. 1.242 Broadway. 2U door nortri j
of si<- ,«t until » o'clock p. m. : a.lvet»- 1
ti.vmtnts raeelTCd at the following- tranoh [
offices at regular ofnee rates uatil s oViOclt :
p. m.. vli., -34 Mth-»ve.. s. c. cor. 230-st.; ;
17.2 f.th-ave.. c^r. 12th st.: Macy's. 6th-.
aye a-.! 14th^st. : 142 Colurabua-av^.. near I
West «"*.th %:.: lttj West 4^i-st.. n»ar tirh- ,
aye.; M Kast Uth-st. ; 257 Weat 42.1-st.. '
t^twern 7th anJ Bth ... ; ir>;> -„.. -iT*^*'- (
st • 1 SS :: : aye., between 7tlth an." ..th j
stsi.; 1 <Crt :i.!-ave.. near filst-st. ; 1.70< l?t— i
aye.. ne.ir ••wh-srt.; 6SO Sd-are.', n-ir 41st, 1
pHOaTK SITIATIOXS WASTED. j
Male
BUTLER an« VALET.— By German: thor
oukUj comf-t-nt and !T lla^';, : I v??f t u £7" I
references: wn^res $4j. T. SCHWARTZr
BURO, 1.517 2d-ave. '
BUTLER.- -Dtseneased first, ot th.» month; j
can '•*• highly red mmend«U tt> h"-ve every j
■atlafactlon. A.lilrea* or call 3G West 52J- \
St.. omi'loyrnent a«;«-ii'*y. i
BCTLER.- EnclUh: thorousfnlj .r..'.cr
■tanda nil Ms .'.mtee; clt» reference. C
H., Box 3."n. l.2ia> Broadway.
BUTLER ar..l VALET. — l«y rximihca^^l J
Jjipa:-.es« In family; two years' be*-, city- •
reference, -f-vik'- Kncilsh Iluently. I. i..
liox 4>>. l.'H- Broadwajr.
BVTI^ER ar.d Y.M.K.T. —By oornr*t^-it
young niim: thoroughty experienced, in
private fan:!!v will \j<- useful, will In* anl i
ohllßif.it; best city references. liL'TLEH. |
Hot 4.\ 1.242 Broadway. t
BI'TLEK.- -Single: first class yur- rnajs;
«-*i><-neiu-e-}. quick. »«>Ler an>l wili.ns;:
Uisaiik;a«e.l 25th: be« personal referances;
present employer t»-en. BITXJLER. 38 West 1
*>4tii st.
COOK. —My Japanese: tlrst class; ctty ->r j
country; good reference. S. 11.. 112
Cherry ft.
COAi'IIUAN* or DKIVBIi..- i:y rv»f>T-taM« ,
German. HENRY BRAI care Henry !
H. Vov<st. ?.".'! Wt-ftt tilth st.
COL\CH3s"*N.-^-yRn«-le; t!tt>r\-usrhly aanpa j
tent in e\ery res;>eot; if<^.»l. careful .Jriv- I
tr. reference. C. X . can of Randu'.l. 1.*.<5
Broadway. :
COACHMAN (it.rdener. useful rein; well ]
reconucended; cut lawr.i, care ro«i>L*.
walks. pumi<<, etc.; can rull*; strictly tem
perate. At r-ARTBNTKII'3. Los «th-*\f.
ji i ' 'iIM AN Ae.— Touns man In rrlv.-\t*
family as coachman, grovci, harnes!!
J cleiuier or gardener: careful. ci>mj>e"«nt nn.i |
sober; unexceptionable reference- ca;>ab!e !
' at his t.iiilnt.j. P. tiALVIX. 13* U^i. {
i mitt, n av«-. Brooklyn.
COACHMAN.— S3: thoroughly experienced;
stylish, careful driver; unexceptionable
p«r*oiial reoommfnilatlvtss from, best city
families; last employer aoc*>«3lble: any
where. HA_LLyiIST. »»45 Klv-ave.. Col-
Una's bell
COACHMAN or Ktud groom: unj«rst^nvls
bustnesH. Address J. CARHOtI* 832 East
Slal at.
COACHMAN -Gentleman nil Is— situation
for a thoroughly o-mip^tent man whom
he can I.Ik!, reeomro* i ; thoTOUghri u.t
.l«r:^.;Mnd<* hU business; city or country
li'il.^TKll. 144 West >■■->! M
OOACHMAN Married; ten years' first
cla-H* city reference from last employer.
who can bo seen. J. Mo., 31 Cvluniba»-ave.
COAniMAN'.— Gentleman wtshei. to prt>
rur» all latl <n tot bis conchman: bsal llvtd
with him twelve y«-sjr»: murM; no en
oumbntn ■■ will highly recommend regard
ing honesty, sobriety, capability. Call or
R<Mr*»* THOMAS. ecu Park-enre.
COACHMAN.— Married; no family; thor
ouKhly competaat In every respect; carv
ful driver: references. P. 0., 10 Uast 30th
st . car>« HarnMt's Stabler.
COACHMAN. — English; married: n ■ chil
dren: first class city references, written
und personal; city or country. Address H
A . 2i •< Bust 3»th st.
COACHMAN and GARDENER.— !:>• an
experienced German with best reference*
from all his former employers. Call at 43
John-st.. in store.
GARDENER, fee B] i good all around
working irnrdener and tU-rlst. on gentle
man's establishment; it<hxl reference. Ad
droiss GARDENER, Vemon corner
84th-»t.. Flatbush. Prooklyn.
GARDEXTO and FLOKlST.— Protestant;
marrleJ; n-^ family: understands th« cen
good references. FLORIST. I.L-J2 Maaison
ave.
OAIIDENT3R. — Married; no family: under
stands management of gentleman's coua—
trj' place; competent; greenhi usr». gruper
les, ve<etaNe3. lawns; five years* refer
ence last place Address I V F.U. aii> Kast
7»th-et.
GARPEN'ER. — ITn-'.erstands everything:
day, week or nil nth: laying out new
places a specialty ref*ren<.e» furnished;
ability proven. P«lDt, care of ll>«-tat.
1.177 34-ave.
GARDENER. Single. 80. to take charge
of a private place: competent In all
bmnchea: under rla«!i and outsMe; Rood
references. Address I". O. Box 121. Fair -
Celd. Conn.
APVERTTBEMENTS and subscriptions | r
The Tribune received at* their Uptown
Office. No. 1.242 Bread way. M door north
of M»t-et.. until 9 o'clock p. m. ; adrer
tlsements received at the Ml.. win* branch
omces at rea^ilar ofBc» rates until d o'clock
p. m.. vis.. 25^ Sth-<ive.. a. a. oof 23d-«t. ;
132 6th-«ve.. cor. 12tn-at. ; Mary's, 6th
ave. an.l 14th-«t.: I*2 Co!umbua-ave., near
W^st «Cth-at.; 106 West 42J-«t., near ttth
ave.: 93 Ea»t l«th-«. ; 257 West 42<J-st..
between 7th and Bth ares.: 159 East 47th
st.; I.S3S ."M-ave.. between 78th an.l 77th
its.; 1.028 3d-av»... ne.»r 11 at- at • 1.70S lst
ave.. near h»th-Bt. . GOO 3d-ave.. near 4.lst.
ITn
DOMESTIC SI*rCATIOS» WASTES'
Mai*. _ , H1
HALLBOT. fto.— Toung man from Souta
a d hallboy. butler or valet: best rerer-;
ences. R. C MASON. 222, West 62d-st.
HAUL. BOY. neat appearance, for summer*
In country club or hotel. AiViress GECM
WILLIAMS. St. Nicholas Hotel.
MUJUUL — Graduate, jvung mmi. mtrdlcal'
student, capable of full charge. desires (
en£agenjea : during present vacation; refer
ences. VAX DTKE. 202 West 4*th-st.
NURSF^ — Young mefUcal man wishes toi
nurse invalid, mental or physical, in .-it>
ountr-f. or travel. CRAMER. 331 >To»J
trand-ave.. Brooklyn. •
TRAINED NUH£E.— Man. ejr»d 23. for
mevly student a 2 Mood] School. Ncrth— -
Held. Mass.. le^u-»-B to accompany Invalid;
or ,'iuriilv- going atar-'itd: references fur—
nlsrteil. Address, stauintf terms, etc.. B«!
M 4J% Klnic-st.. Wi*-cester. Mass.
l>'.K"i I. MAN. ■'?■:■ young, sober and
trUstWorthj man. 24; h^nUy with tools of
alj kinds and un.'eratan.is care of oorsev*
\. SANDHOLiI. »>j P*arl-st.
CSrTFI.O. MAN— lIA*r?CDRESa and CtKJIC
—My man and wife. Swedes; man a3
useful man; csjj take- care of horse and
lawn: can do carpenter's and painter's
work; has his • \vn tools; w!f> first class
laundress and plain cook. Addres* C. F.
8.. 234 New 1 ..rk-av- .. Hoboken. N. J.
USEFUL. MAN — By reliable, middle agedl
American; expetience<l In work about
>ren3leman's place, especially care of horses
and rigs; strictly temperate; modernt<i»
wsufea; B7J»xl reference. Addresa JOHN!
TiiWXLF.Y, 362 West 2Jst-st.
V'ALKT and travelling servant, by thor-*
ouKhly eir>erieni-e<l Englishman; sober;
/.-n"W3 th» contin«nt. Parts, etc; two and
one— half years' personal reference; disen->
fraKe.l. H. RAMWCJ. >«*s «th-ave.
AX>VluHTl>!;MH^rra and auDscr.ptloßS fa*
The Tribune received at th«!r Uptown.
Office No. 1.C42 Broadway. 2d door north
of SI. -t-.it.. until 9 o'clock p. tn. ; adver- '.
tisements revived at the following brands
offices at regular offVe rates until a o'clocfej
p. m.. vs.. 254 -»•»-■.. 9. c. cor. 2M-st.7
182 «th-ave.. cor. 12th-st.: Macy'a. «th—
aye. and 14th-st- . M 2 r»!umbiii near
West 6«th-»t.: V* West 421 Bt. near .i:h-«
it«.: I*2 East 14ih-«fc; JBT West 42*-**..
laetween 7th ar.,T Sth ares.; l.'-O E>»t 4.th-«
at.; 1.3.TH 8.1-are» between 78th and 7711*
at!" : 1.02« 2il~ave». near <*1«f-«t.: I.TOW Ist--
DOMESTIC sriXATIONS WASTED,
Kerasle.
COOK. Ac.— Respectable woman aa cock:
would assist as laundress in a small pri
vate famiiy: oountnr preferr»l: beat refer
ence: no car<2s. V. B_ Porter** bell. i -
» 4'HIl-st.
COOK.— By a first class Kng!!sh cooSc; p#r-<
sr>nal references; wages 130. 53 West
21st st. v
CO^K — CHAXUSEKMAID.— Two ST»edUhi
Kirls; on» aa cook. th-» other as chamber-4
maid Watn **» and *I*. SANDELOM. |
4.00 3'#-ave. J
COCiT, »C -Wtdew, xrlth little r-rl. would!
lijie nosltfon In country or sea3h.">re;»
s;<t*l rook. laur»*re«i(- or houselceeper. Mrs« 4
V-"»HTE. ca.-e T'-'-raen. 220 Eaat :'■•■••' - .-: '
'*< x 'Fv — Py a thoroughly compe'ent coW
orod uTman. first class, In private fam--»
ily; would ouok In first class reetaarantr
h.ts !-*st of refer* al! kinds of tin*
cooklns Address H. 11.. »TT Myrtle-aye.«
Brookiya.
COOK and LAUNDRESS. — Protestant;i
chambrrniaid an.l waitress; two neat,'
cblis-inir elrls; present employer e.ln^ toi
Europe: city or country. COLLIE3I, 151)
West :»<•-«.
CXX)K» — A lady denims position for goot)
eoolr. Address present em-;!oyer*3. 9 Eaatl
»th-si.
. «
COI./>RKD OIRL for bachelor apartments:'
r»>renc9 furnished. L. WILSON. 2^7!
We< 31'd-st.. care Thomason. '
CHAMBET.M.AID aal WAITRESS— \
CHAMBKRMAm.— Two slris; one a*!
-atsamlvirmaiil aaa waitress; the ether as!
e&iamtverroaM, and as3ljt with children. Call!
Sim.'ay. :r^m 2 to S o'clock. LIXEHAS.!
2.1^3 HJTiiidway, near 74th-at.
CHAMBERMAID or HOfSEWORK.— Ger-«
1 man "Ctrl: In small private family. .LOUIii
! Wl RTHMAXS, 1.321 W-ave. r
HOI-^BV\-ORK. — German el:. tor general;
housework; good plaia cook A r.J lava— '
dr»*»; refereticea. 22 Central-aye.. Eroot-~-'
tya. •
WOrSETTORK.— Gtceral housework In &
small family: Bat; s>ep home. Ad£reaas
IT. M.. !.'■•» West PUt-at.. top floor.
IIOUSETV-OFtKER.— Touas German girl a=».
general houseworker; cook. wash, Iron:-
city or short dlstur.ee in country. S2 Z&-
ave.. near 12ih-st_. first ficor.
Ilt'irsfiKUEPßß. — \Vou«I do light housed
■work in saiall famllj ; gr«c>.J home j>i»-«
TerreJ to )>l«:h m» I+7 West 13th-a:.
HOfsEWORK. .-man girl for general*,
housewwli; city or country, best city ret-»
erenoes: no c^rij answered. ~J,ZZ 3il--a,ve._
near IVJv-st. 1
HOr>'£WOl'.K. — Cbrr.i-et-nt North Germa.->
Ktri for tf»r!»»ral housework; pood coolc
and I»un.sr»m in small Arsertcaa fajnlly;
ai>*«rr.er.t i.r.ly; wi<« $2»>. 2'M East 3UtS.-»i
at-, ring janitor's bell. ■ !
lIiiI'SEWOKK. — Neat Frenca girl to do 1
K»:.e: il huueswuia; references; $l:v. Ap— •
lAy 21<5 West itii-st.. janitor.
LAPT*3 MAID or COMPANION. — Hy a
I fimp-i-r.' and refined Nor.h • man;
: can furnish cl*y reference. AtMress tv
J KIiAUU 407 CVart-st.. Elizateth, N. J.
ADVEr.TI^KiTENTS and sut?scrlptlons fcr-
The TriOiin!? received at their Uptown
Otf.ce. Not 1.242 Ecoadway. 2J door nurtrt
j c: ;;i3t-st.. until & o'clock p. m. ; advert*
I tiseme-tta recelred at the following branch,
I office* at retrolar efflce rates until S o'ciocic
[ p. ns.. vis.. -"■ ■ Mh— ave.. 9. c. cor. 23«1-9t-;!
W2 Oth »yd. our. 12th-st.; Macy's. 6:h—
aye. anJ Hth-si. ; I*2 O.iumbus-ave., near 1
West -i> - .tri-!v{.; -I""* West 4'il-st.. nrnr »!tri— l
I a\e. ; VU East l-lth-st.: i".7 We?: -;x'd-at.. '
] tetween Tth and 8 ayes. ; ISO East 47th-!
; St.: 1.339 ".1-ave.. between 7rt-h an.i 77tr». :
j sta. ; 1.028 3.1-nvo.. near i"st-st. ; I.TiK Is:-*'
j aye.. near Syth-st.": 630 ?iiv;., n£-ir 4bt,
I L-\ t"NI>IUISS. — Toons German womaa
wishes t,« tak>> w.ishina: home. 61 1 Am—':
sreniam-ave.. rinj: Mrs. TTaltneVa bell. Ist'
j R.«r. •
LA! NI'RKSS- CSoea out ty ,!iy or takes,
wasr-.injf hirne; hes* references'. M:-. '
I AI.-iTKAX. 23*» East sSth-?t.
! LAUNDRESS First ;:asw. washing an.l
; tr- r.lr.fc at home; «»>e. <!>. xen. ~7** F. .ii
L-\l'Nl">Rl>iS.— City or country; In nitratsj
family: nr C""! hrfs» k •■>! i«i«c^j
en aa. IM West l->th-«t.. .ne f!Uht up.
j MAID. Ac— Stylish cressm.-tke-. city «ef-<
erenoe. as mila anl ».>»i4;strfs» wixh pr;-«
1 vat 4 fam'.lv in countr> ; willing ti» assNC
I with ether dut.r-. lIoPE STRONO. 4sa
>■. c.
-
(jnxs i
M.\ll>. —By young person, h.tv.ni; lived la
I'arU. to cblld; would travel; r.fereno-*. :
A>lc!re-<s L. V.. o are Mrs. L. S. IHimouli:!.
7!« Burin .iv- . Flushlnif. Lnnj; lslar.«l.
" ->
MAID.— Py llsht colored (clrl; wi:;i,i< a.-.d
t-blisins; competent; r..> objection n> rarai
of a growing chill. 40s West :T.rh-Jt.
- .
NVRSB.— Respectable, competent, m:<! !i»
a^e'l woman: take ch.»rK» infant or chil
dren; many years' experi**nc**: referenv x es of
well known f.imllirs. NOLDKN". H>2 Weat
17th-st.
NVK3E anl SEAMSTRKSS.— Prmestaat; j
Ni.rth t;ernvin; n.-at sal r»rin»<!; poc J> '
references: >i!y or country; :<:■ .—. i-o
wace* COIX^ER, 151 West -*::■!■ st.
Nl'ftrfE and attendant to eMrrly lady op
Hi-nt>m:tn. !y thi->r-iush!y competent
w.m-.;in; h«.srl ; al experience; highest refer
ences. FV. ll'J ijst Slst-»t.: hi.tne 10 10 5.
NXRXE.- MiiMle as>M woman takes entir»
charßp of Infant: thoroughly competent:
test referunoe frora last employer; no
car.la 2l'« West luth-s:.. lit bell.
Nl'KSfcl. — French, for snmll chiMren; lmht
*« wintt; g —ml referenc-; country pre
ffrr«.l. :i<^ West 27th st.
ipetent

NUKSE w Xl-IWEUT tW^VCOJNESS — By
refined N\>rth German : fill charne cC
small or s;n>wlnic children: city references;
teaches German. S. M.. 2.1*1 biist Xs,r-st.
NTHSK.— Experienced, would like care of
invultil OS child; no objection leaving
city; Al aoctofn' reference. M-, BYRON.
S2t lU.iomSeld St.. Hoboken. N. J. !
NURSE. Ac. — lly young American woman
to t«k«» care .f children or aa companion*
cv>untry preferred. A. IS., IH Plne-«t.
Brooklyn.
NURSE. Experienced desires care of In
vallJ: city or c.>untn - , terms reason%Me.
Address NtTKSE. M 7 Srtth-st.. IJrt>«klyn. "
WAITRESS. — In, strata family; 4 years"
city reference. Mrs. I^AUOHLIX. 3J3
"West 43th-st.. Ist bell
WA-«Hl\'l -Bt respectable co:or».l woman
family washing to do at home. 24 Wi-st
13Sth-st.. top Moor, west side, rear ruom.
The Tribune received at their Upt .wa
Office. No. 1.242 Broadway. 2J. door norti
of Sl»t-it.. until & o'clock p. m.; adver
tisements received it the following fcranc!*
office* at regular office rates unttl - o*«toc!c
p. in.. vis.. 254 Bth-ave.. a. c. cor. 23d-st. :
152 flth-ave.. cor. 12'h-st. ; Macy's. «th
ave. and 14ih-st. . 142 O'lumbu* aye.. ness?
West (VUh-at : 10« Went 42d--it.. near «th
ave.: 0? East Hth-st.: 2T.7 West 42! ft..
between 7th ami Mh ■»* ■».■> . i.V. [■„, 47th
• ?. , 1.523 Sd-at*. .t.iteea 7Cia and »Tt>

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