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- _ - BANK STOCK«.
-.. (Reported by Clinton Gilbert, No. - Wali-st.)
"~ ~ T~ j Dividend, J
Kanj*. • Capital when Bl<l. JAtked.
A I payable. . )
America. .- IJI.SOO.OiX'j 2'J J. &J. M 0 830
A»tor National...! 850.000 £J Quar. J. 7i5 fc2s
*tni of Dleoount ifiO.dOO 163 —
Roiery •■ SBO.OOO 12 Quar. K. 323 —
SuThers & I>rov. 300.0JV, •■. J. &J. I.VJ 160
Co*! & Iron E«cn 300.0U01 170 —
Consolidate*! .... 1.006.000 150 1M
J^rtury .»...•.• 100.0001 ' IM —
£5-»7 ' 1.000.000 20 .1. &J. tWO ] —
•rhatham 450.000 IH Cfuar. J. KSS ■ —
S2;^Sl ....... aoo.ooo 150 Bi-ir.. J. «,100 ( —
SSiESI Sag i: si ™
'SSSK* S>W.OOO BJ.& J. SN. 400
rZrn Exchange... 2.0W..01W 14 F. &A. ZK. \ —
f? d V'lv 38U0001 - ; IRO
7-lrst NatlonaJ... 1Q."O"""J| 20 «• J. | *-, j _
■4fih National... i J- i X) —
i£\t Avenue.... 100 >o IjTi Quar. J. 3.500 4.000
ri."rth National. 3,000.^10; 7J.& J. 225 —
Fourteenth! Bueet lt>t.«»OO 6M. &N. ! SUO —
c£"a^---!."| »** ' 12 A. &O. SBS 400
rt^?l'ld OCt •'•! !■""" "" ( '> 2° <3jor - **• r> "' J
g^SJj^ 7M.0001 «F.& A. 155 ICS
Ilj^^i Pa I =
SLv^n J A- J. | 17<>
Jft?!^ 1000.000 10 J. ic J. RS K0
, eflerson , . r,.^ M 0
llntoln •• —"" "SoioOO IS Quar^F. 1.000 1.100
■ ii Ml 1 i
t} «^000.0.W 7J.& J. 175 I*s
rare W. *ssd s rt-t\ s %
■Kinetoentli Ward. ;»«■«» sTXj ' ™ -
Nt'rta America... 2.CWAW gJ.ii J. , ,» _
ra^iac '.1...... *^.'<JO 6 Quar. F. i!OS
rark ..Z ~. 3.O'M.OvW 18 Quar. J. 4^5 —
R.pie>"::. .:...; [ * •>■ if^ =^
rilli ........ ioo.o'o on 3. &J. res 6M
I
K-erfK -erf* .third TVd. l«.O00 SF.A A. if -
W-oa Exchange.. «».«» »» ***
VvnrZ Nat l.Ooo.u*| *J W
W*st #»de°.V.7L WMUOO 12 J. *J. 600 I —
York Us TIL!.- 1 lOO.OOUI 10 J. AJ. I 875 I —
CHICAGO STOCKS.
<r»iml»fc*d by Charles Q. Gates * Co.. Nos. 14. 16 and
16 IVall-et.)
■ ""fStocfcZ | Open. I High. I Low I Close. I Bid. I Asked.
■■SS^r i&* - H - % ™
. co prez^... *w »a ' "on
SK-: - - - =| M M
6o pVet.- 47 47 ■? 47 ,M . %
j£Cr.... »• = = -
ii«tch 133 1 — —I .— % 13*^4
*&%*:- *.= - = ps»p s»
do pref.... - •= - - M M
Union Tfao. — — — — Vi ! T
:do nr^f.... — — — — 81 : M
Weat^aJft-. M 6«H 68 M WH | «>
*?o rrat**' 11 11 10 11 10 »">»
•T&T....... 101 101 100»i JOl 100*4 lOrn
400 1.. — — — — 19fc 21
ft T Chlo. 101 — I<»A* — «X^ IV^
orth~Chio! S7 — — — w"
irtft ! 102H 102V4 Kg l^ i r <S% I°!% I 1"2
BALTIMORE STOCKS.
Crurnjafeed fay Van 6chalck * Co , No. 7 TTall-ei >
Bid. Asked. I Bid. Asked.
gToittA B-y com. 7 — Cotton Duck com 3 S'j
do Incomes 43»i 44 do lncomea. 12 17
do 45... XX — Nort Ry & L Bs. 85 *9
P B*9 V T com :•'. «4 Light 4: I' prel. . S9 40
„ to inoomaa^.. 23* 25 do «Hi t<o<i f*%
■ ' do Ist*. tl-. — Chas City By 104 —
tfca» Air It com. U% IS ' Chas Ccn Elao &s 84 —
Co prti-....~ 2fH SO ICont Trust 107 110
'.d0e5..... «H 63 UnlonTrust 37 45
to 10 jeai Cs.lO2 T « 103 Third Nat Bank. — 130
ISphbol Qu..«.. 81Vi t2 jFiieilty & Dep..133 —
. «0 e«......«..110H — i
BOSTON STOCKS.
OTluuKhad by It. L. D&y & Co., No. 8 Nassau -st.)
6ept. *. Sect^O. ; Kent « K»nt, 9 ,
■^£en m A»tny..24« b» :Un Shoe M .pref. 60 SOU
Boeian & Me. ..1«2 102 ( AtlanUo Mm,.... 14 IS'-*
" Voaton Eler . 153 K.2S Shannon M1n..... 4«i ■*'»
C J *U 9T. 14514 145^1 Elr.ghaa M1n.... 271* 27$
•Dranby i11n..... 2% IT* Cal A Ueda M..510 •610
Jrttcfcbur* "pref. .187 137 . Centennial Mln.. 28 • I*%
JITKE4H. .1»1 163 j Copper Range M. »7H 67H
ibid Colony. 205" 205 Franklin Mln./.. «H • $*
We« End Et Ry 82 «2 { Macs Con Min.^. BH' 3^,
do ore* 11l 111 ! Mohawk M1n...,. <%«| -48'
Mm Eleo Co».. 12^ I©4 Oseeola M!n...:; Ao 80Vk
da pret 60 M * Old Dom M1n. . ., IS 14
Am Tel • T Co.l* 13»V Parrot Mln..^., C4«I 24»*
Kew-Eng Te1...127H 12» Qnlncy Mln »2 61
• ."W Tel AT Co. 33 13 Tamarack M1n. ..11l 114
a 1 * pr*f I*' WO I Wolverine Mia... 93 J<2
VTe«IE«; E1e0... 81 «1 |v 6 Mlnlrg 2Wi 20%
do pref »0 82 Irjj Oil 114 nu
»om Iron & Rt *12 11.. Mass Gas com... 41«4 42
: j>omlnion Coal.. M •f.7 : - do wef 63 ■ 6211
,Un 6ho« Mach. . Cl 61Vil - *
" 'Asked.
RAILROAD EARNINGS.
' ANX ARBOR.
_ „ 1804. 1808. l»02.
Vaicbar of mi1e5...... 2&3 292 "02
Fourth we* In Aucuat (5».!»4 SH.«OS «52 Ib 7
July Ito August $1,. 831.810 832.158 200.0 C*
■f ' CHICAGO TERMINAL, TaANBFEH.
■ Kcrr.b*r «f miles 106 Ml I 10<
Fourth week In August 144.374 845,. «*7.flK
July Ito August &i.. M.IU £81.817 254.003
TEXAS CENTBAX*
Ftmrth week In August $23,430 1 17,0»» 114 457
July Ito .August 81.. 101.692 77.281 «3i438
"WISCONSIN CENTRA
Kuinber at mtiea . . 977 , 077 ajj
Tint week to Bept.... $181,500 $128,006 J122.414
July Ito Sept. -i 1.503.24* 1.262,500 1.215,014
ANN AHEOR.
Monti of July— 1904. 1803. Charges.
Groes earnings ...... f153.525 1172.181 Dec.si».rJ9
ZiX9*!B»t* ..._^.^.. 114.578 141.50» Dec. L-fl.Ml
>'* •arntagM _..«. $53,247 $30.«72 Ino. $8,575
Other Income 632 £27 Inc. 105
-Total taooma ...... »38.87» $31. X* In- |S.6J(O
Ct*--ce» ...-««.... 24,867 ■ 44,(*7 Dec. 17.280
Bnrplea .... T .^,^.. ?13,023 lIHM 1ne.f25.010
• "Deaslt.
CXSSVEIAXD. CTSGCNKATT. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS
Meotn;e< Ttily— jsoi. i9ns J902
Jfnmber of inllai^.... 1.891 i.»<si i,« 4
Oross earala*, 51.764.064 $1.560.25t »1.5!W m
Overman*: czpenaes ... i.24i.7»s 1.382,710 1 118,713
Ket earning* ...... $m«*,2W» |B2rjM4 " $477,483
»*»*«•• • „ 300,189 502.018 1-54.435
.; BBrpHw..^.^. J212.107. $225,526 $248 047
ILLINOIS CENTRAL.
ntmth or July— '
Oroa. earnings. fB.We.IS4 •22.203 SS 54«.770
rxpenseaaad taiee. . . . 2.721.558 2.1«9,03S 2;613,J4S
Net earning*. jj. 083,83* . »K8.165 "" $783,C2J
; ' Month of August— 3*14. IMB. Chanreii.
•nn earning. ...... $4.075,418 R.«71.10a 1ric.,107.313
Croc* *arain < s 2 zao*. 7,5»51i,K)l 7.7'.^.30C lac. 1C3,5W
i. f ' PEORIA AND EASTERN.
Month of July— ; . ,
Number «jf mil** 252 *"> ss«
Grow earning* . 1213.715 »223.277 AAt
Op. expense* ana taxes. J54.767 175.044 l. r .".'«o
'_,?'** earnings „, ft*.*** $47 .:: ':.'. $47,763
Fixed charge* 41.0 M 41.65S 83<38>J
■•»»*■■ 17.260 -J3.<U5 »14,0C3
\. ; :; BELLEFONTE CENTRAL. -
Month of August— 1004. !>,.•> chances.
• -groM ««te t «. ..... sj,«ss . js,^ r>£rs2 lIS
JJatearnlnie... .-• »4S 2.858 Deo. 1.690
Oross «arolcca 8 ma,. £5.887 «a.aa Deo. IS 2$S
sCet •aimags • moi . . 8,811 J8.538 l.ec-. 10.G22
CHICAGO TERMINAL TKANBFER.
Mont% of June—
Grotm •*•««««• tl!«.7« $142.534 De€. 113,111
O?«^.t«ng expense*...^ 57.878 77.4C3 Inc. 10,413
FUea?7e^: : :" $aS " B2T •«•»» D*c T20.544
Or- «> barelng* t1.581.4y7T |1.743.37» Der Jim
Operating 4apena*.. ..^r<NC.oia 1,0£!.677 Inc. 40^13
Net ee.TT,lng« . $49T,453 $722. Dee.5225,24t
TRADE IN CHICAGO.
•' fur TW-rCKArn TO THE rmim-N-R. i
■ Chicago, Sept. 9.— Corn weakness dominated the
«T»ln markets to-day. With nearly every oro load
«d with corn In expectation of a killing frost, and
the warmth of the day and promiee of frost in the
."near future belngr out of th« reckoning, there warn
* treat prwwure to c«t on th« sunny *ide of th«
. Market, which was with the shorts. Wheat euf
frred some,, and aleo oat«, on account of the «un
'V«track bulls in corn. I^M,,i,er wheat in the end
.. was without chaa&e. but May Puffered to the ex
. **"'- or cto *< .December com closed •<■ lower
•nd -M*y At. a decline of Jc: ' D^^^r oats lost
t Tl^J'^ ProvlEl(sn « etarWl a little lower
for r^ffc *"** without change or lard and ribs.
' ttif!!? tt 2 Tf Tt flrr ° Bt about th * figures current at
11'rtJ^iT ft Ti? r' rr^ lou » «*i.loti It first had a
LlrL , , "" "«»*•'«• ««r*«lon.- and thon tried
JtS'^ * P 'f i" 1 lh ," dOWT) ad *- There wer^ th«
«W.«,rtm» ft< j tr « from th« Northwest of thVd.m
«-« Jo the crop up thw. ana thwe was th« uj-ual
routine Information from foreign market^ ' besides
the statistics of the day* movement. December
closed at J105%, after selling as high as 5106% and
as low as $107? i. The ran^e of May was from
$109** to WIIH, closlne at $110? v
Corn traders were not Impressed with any de
«lre to *suy corn from the perfect showing It gay«
for th« continued furtherance of the crop. There
were a few buying orders at the start from some
of thosa -who hold the opinion that th« crop does
rot promise to be abundant, even it It should be
allowed to mature, and for a minute or so th« price
got aiove tne previous day's closing figures, but
th« selling on account of the fine growing weather
was too heavy for the buyers to absorb, and the
price dragged lower. Local receipts were 745 cars,
which was an Increase of 60 on the previous day's
estimate. The estimate for to-morrow was 363
cars. Shipments from Chicago were 691,000 bushels..
The ranre of December was from M^jo to 62% c,
closing at 61% c. Th<» highest for May was SiUC
the lowest 4S"»c. the close was Ha
Oats were firm, for about a minute at th« start,
and then felt the effect of tho sinking spells with
which the other grains were from time to time at-,
tacked. Local receipts were 174 cars, of which 43
were contract, and of the latter grade 119,000 bushels
were transferred from private houses. Shipments
from Chicago were 49.000 bushels, and from the sea
board. for export, 47,000 bushels. Tho estimate of
to-morrow's local receipts was 165 cars. December
closed at the bottom price of the day. 32>*c, the
highest was 830. After selling as high as 85%e,
May closed at the bottom. Ssc.
Provisions were dull, and prices about the same
as yesterday. There was a good demand for Oc
tober lard by brokers acting for Swift, which sug
gested cash business. Commission houses and
outsiders were selling January ribs. Pit traders
are looking for larger receipts of hogs and lower
prices for both hogs and product, now that labor
difficulties are adjusted nt the yarda. Receipts Of
hogs wera larger th*n expected, 14,000 head and,
consequently, prices at the yards were Quoted 6o
lower. Meat shipments were 2,061,000 Ib, as com
pared with JL6SI,«X> 1b thrt corresponding day last
year, and lard shipments ere only 62S,tX)0 lb,
against I,MI'.(X)O lb Bhipycd the corresponding day
last year.
Bankers and Brokers.
Bridgeport Gas Co.
40/

BONDS
Non-Taxable in Connecticut
Trie* and rartlrular* I'pna Application.
CORRESPONDENCE- EOLICITBDu
Farson Leach & Co.,
35 NASSAU STKEKT, NEW YORK.
CHICAGO. PHILADELPHIA. BOSTON, -
R. L DAY & CO,,
8 NASSAU ST., NEW YORK. v
40 WATER BT, BOSTON.
If embers H. Y. and Boston Stock Exchanges.
Kouhtze Brothers.
BANKERS.
tmtwtj * Cedar St NEW YORK
Investment Securities.
Allow interest on deposit* ; mak*
cable and tel^rapuio transfers.
Buy and tell Forciga Exchange.
Letters of Credit.
Title Insurance Co.,
Title Guaranty and Trust Co.,
Lawyers" Title Insurance Co.,
DEALT IN.
CUltfTOlff GILBERT
,_-__ 2 WALL, ST.
UNITED RAILWAYS
OF ST. LOUIS
5% Collateral Trust Notes.
TOBEY & KIRK. 25 Broad St.
/ Trust Companies.
INEQUITABLE
TRUST COMPANY
OF NEW YORK
Capital, $8,000,000 15 Nassau Street.
Onrpliii., $tf,000.000 Equitable Building.
Surrogates' Notices.
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OP HON.
Frank T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate^ of the County of
New or*. notlta is hereby given to all persons hav
ing claim* against Kobert Mlibank, late of th* County
cf New York, deceased, to present tat» tame with
vouchers thereat to the subscribers, at their place of
transacting business at the office of t-ulllvan £ Cronj
wcll. No. 4U Wall Street, in the City of New York, on
or before the eljftiteenth day cf March next.
l>at«.d. New j ,i». the elgtith day of September. 1904,
J»L'ISA M. MILBANK,
CHARLES B. MILBANK.
ROBERT M. MILHANK.
ISawcutors.
Bull: van & Cromwell, Attorney* for Executors, 4l> Wall
btrect. Ntw York City.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON.
Frank T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate of the Coanty of
New York. Notice la hereby given to ail persons having
claims u«a.littt Qostav H. bant, also called Gu&titv Sam.
late of the County of New lurli, deceased, to present the
aame. with vouchers thereof, to the subscribes », at their
place of tr-uoeactlng business it the omce. of Eugene K.
tiackett. Esq., No. t.t» Wall Street. in the Borough of Man
hattan. In The City of New York, on or before the «rst
day of March next.
l'attj New Y«rk. the 26th day of August. 1904.
ALBEItT it. 6AFFT,
IDA C. BAfT-T,
• Kxccutora
CCOEXE K. ■ACXjSTT, Attorney for Executes. W Wall
hutet. Maakattaa, New York City.
JN PURSUANCE Of AN ORDER OF HON.
Abner C. Thomas, a Burrogate of the County of New
York, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims
againet Rete< , a. lialrd. late of the County of New York
deceased, to present the same with vouchers thereof to
the subscriber at his place of transacting business. No IS
Wall 6ue*t, In the City of New York, on or before the
ICth day of November next,
l>at«a N*w York, the 11th day of May. 1004.
>:iMVAKi> V. BROWN, Ebucutor
B. W. B. BROWN. Attorney for iiit.utur. 18 Wall fctree*
MaohatUui N. Y. City. »u-w.
TNJPORSUANCE OF AN ORDER OP HON.
"•- Abner C. Thomas, a Surrogate of the County of
New-York, notice is hereby given to all person* havuig
sUums egaicst Cariie »i. \V>nk«op, late of the County
of New-York. deceased, to present the same with
vouchers thereof, to the subscribers, at their place of
trar.aa' tint business, at the oSice of Eulllvun X Croni.
ell. No. 4* Wall Street. In the City of New-York. on
«■ before the JKJd day of November next.
■ Dated New York, the 13th day of May. 1904.
FLOKKNCE A. SCARBOROUGH. MAUU, MACDON
ALdi, Kiecutrlc» k . Al/Uu:v
SULLIVAN ft CROMWELL. Attorneys for Exeeutrloes.
«v Wall Street. New York City. *
IN rUKSUANCB OF AN ORDER OP HON.
* Frank T. Fltigeraid, a Burrosate of the County of
New York, notice Is hereby given to all persons having
claim* against Homer W. Nichols, late of the County of
N«w York, deceased, to present the same, with vouch
ers thereof, to the subscribers, at their place of fan.
acting business, at the office of Taylor, Anderson*
Seymour, their Attorneys, No. *5 Wall Street. In the
City of New York, on or before the 10th day of October
Dated New York, the 23rd day of AprlL l»04
6AR O-&, 01 -* JA "^ S W A^Sff" NICH
TATI-OU ANDEUBOM 4 BETMOUR. , Attorney. for
City 6trcet> *>«"»«»•« MaaiSuSr
IN PUMUANCJB OP AN OltDEIt OF HON.
Abn«-r C. Thomas, a Surrogate or the County tf New
York, notice la hereby given to ail per«on« having ,Uat£*
•gainst atrnon Herman, late of the County of New rc-£
Cecrated. to pr*»rat tli. •*""•• with vouchers thereof.
the subscribers, at their place of transacting business, it
*£* °™.c. c £ -5* 100 " C Herman. So. 86 Nassau Street! in
AM^A NMBIIJN MBIIJv r i t v ***• 17 ' h *»' of Mare*. 1904.
AMU-- ut.ix, JiIKOMB C. HERJtAJf.
'CHARLES L. GREraiiALU Attorney for Executor*, 120
Brobdwa;-. New York City
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 10. 1904.
Bank Report*.
' !N*<». 2598.]
REPORT OF THB CONDITION' OP
„v- THE GARFIEUD NATIONAL BANK. .
at vT York City, in tno State of New York, at the close
of business Sept. 0, 1904:
_ RESOURCES.
Loans and discount* •;.'. $6,214,208-12
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 899.78
U. S. bonds to secure circulation :.. 80.000.00
Bonds, securities, etc 1.041.726.67
Other real estate owned 102,484.21
Due from National Banks (not reserve agents) 250 MM.9I
Due from State Brinks and bankers , 27.453.32
Special customs fund transfer account. „.'...'. 1.857.36
Checks and other cash items 77.626 64
Efccchang-M for Ciearfntr House 284.074.60
Notes of other National Banks 42.500.00
Fractional paper currency, nickels and can's.. 10,018.84
Lawful money reserve In bank, vis. :
Specie *2,3fi3,»8.75
Legal tender notes M 277,420.00
Redemption fund with ' V. 3. Treasurer (0% *" S4O 979 75
Redemption fund with XJ. 8. Treasurer flWfc of *"
circulation) 2.500.00
Total $10,748,864.20
LIABILITIES.
Capital stocfe paid In ;.. $1,000.000
Surplus • fund -. 1.000,000.00
Undivided profits, less expense* and taxes paid 2*4.114.25
■ National Bank notes outstanding „. 49.000.00
Due to other National Banks $700,335.13
Due to State Banks and bankers. . 17,090.3d
Due to trust companies and say- ■ •
ings banks i 287,853.03
Individual depoelts subject to
check 7.003,833.71 •
Demand certificates of deposit..... 64.256.00
Certified cheeks 41,120.93
Cashier's checks outstanding 10.\687.43
- . , . 8.401. 0«3
Reserved for taxes _ • 11.876.87
Total .. $10,746,964.20
State of New Tork. County of New Tork. ss. :
I. "W. L. DOUGLASS. Cashier of the above-named bank,
do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to th*
best oX my knowledge and belief.
W. I* DOUGLASS. Caehler.
. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th day of
September, 1904. • • __"
GEO. SB WITT WEEKS. Notary PubUa.
. Correct— Attest: -•« • . :
R. W. POOR, r 1 !
JAMES Mo<rUTCHEON. } Director*.
ALFRED J. CAMMEYKR.J
[No. £.441.]
T?EPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
■*-" THIRTY-FOURTH. STREKT NATIONAL BANK OF
NHW YORK. *» New York City. In the State of New
York, at the close of business, September 6th, 1004.
RESOURCES.
I^>*.n* and discounts f 509,730 II
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.,.. 24') 3S
U. S. bonds to secure circulation CO.fXiOOO
Premiums on V. S. bonds . 2.753 1 0
Storks, seeurltles, »to • 809.273 27
Furniture and fixtures 8.51590
Due from national hanks 'n'jt r*«erv<» agents). „ . 22.77 06
Due from State hanks arid bunkers 103.3A0 09
Checks and other cash Items 14.89281
Exchanges for clearing house 65.1.".; '.'7
Notes of other national bank* 1.000 00
Fractional paper currency, nickels and cents. . 319 79
Lawful money rest, In bank, viz :
f pecle $157,425 33
Legal-tender note* l.i«>o 00
ISA. 423 85
Redemption fund -with U. 8. Treasurer (9%
of circulation) 2.80000
Total ...,., 11,232.1*82 (2
LIABILITIES.
Capitol stork paid in $200.00000
Surplus fund SOO.OUOOO
Undivided proflta, >»% eic[*ns-s and taxes paid 2.41W 46
National bsn'« "notes outstanding 4t»,2<)0 00
Due to other ham -r>u.l banks $60,ftiS0 49
Tme to trust. companies and eatings
banks .. , ..- • 8.922 79
Individual d»r>«slts subject to rheck. 706,234 Oft
l"i.niw ctrttflcates of deposit 60 00
Time certin.jate* of deposit 1J.60>
Certified cbtvk* 10 00
1 781.2*0 80
TotaJ- *1. 232.082 82
State, of N«w Tork. County of New York. •».:
Z. CtTRTIS J. BEARD, cashier of the aN>re~n*med
»»nk. do solemnly swear that th» above statement is true
to Use beet of my knowledge and belief.
* w. _.„.. CURTIS J. PEAKD. Cashier.
6uh*or|bed and sworn to before me this oth day of Sep
tember. 1604. JOSEPH T. VAN LOAN.
„ • Notary Public. N. Y. County. No. (L
Correct— Attest:
wm. W. SMITH. 1
WM. H. BKAK.H. iDlrestor*.
:■••-'■■•• J- KDOAU LEAYCRAFT. j
J>EPORT OP THE CONDITION OF THE
MERCANTILE NATIONAL HANK, -f the city of
K*w York, at tbe (IcM nt r-u«ln«i«. September flth, 1904.
nESOUKCEB.
T<oans and <lie<*»«nts , $2". 11?. 475 T3
Overdrafts, «*<-ur««<S and unsecured 2.4 f 6P3
United Slates bonds to »♦■■«:<( clrcaiatlao. . . . ' 2".22S,W*) f*)
U. 8. bonds to secure V. H. deposits - t-2 •/»"<<><
lT«i:.lurai on U. B. t. T. IS 152.25000
MniJcf, ••r'lfltles. rt-. ta\.r« 1 vj
bailing hous* „ rvso.OOOOO
Other reai e«tate o»n»'1 , 1/<IT i<«k»>
J>.e from natlorjU ba^ki s\u 43047
DM frcm 9tate hacks ard bankers 6eU —*.• 45
Checks and otaar -*.' tuns . |»J «S8 78
rxchar.ges tor Clearing H ice . 1.U«.P27 4>
Notts ot oUter nation*! banks.. 13.004 04
£pede 6>l/« ?f.:«i*3
Legal tender notes .... 1. ir . ■ ■•* 00
R*4err.pilon fufcd with V B.
Treasurer i'< per cent, < f cir
culation) lll.S^OO
Duo frorj V. S. Treasurer other
than It per cent, rtdemptlnn
fund ...~ 41517 Si
■ 8. 1 . '■* 365
• Total _ BS4.f'. 03
LIABILITIES.
Capita! stock p*l-l In $3.000. «r) 00
Surplus fur,<! •. a.Otrt.ooo <W
I'ndlviaed profits, less expenses and . taxes
r»ld . . 1.M1.4«)43
Reserve for taxes ;... 43.434 M
National t<anknot«a outstanding 2, 16 1. «•«)<■)
Dividends unpaid (ft! 50
Due to other national banks . . . .».V«n«..m kS
Due to State banks and barkers. 1.764.739 S3
Due to trust companies and sav
ing* bank* 4. 183. 60S 70
Individual deposits subject to
check . 12. 14«.73(J 00
Demand certificate* of deposit... 87.214 IS
Certified checks 160.679 13
Cashier's checks outstanding.... aiw{,(*32 45
U. O. deposit* t-.t>.o<»i t»i
■S.ftU 53
Total 1M4,;»:."i,i>2« 09
Btate of New York. County of New York ss :
I, JAMEh V. LOTT. Caahler of the a.- >w- utmej bank,
do solemnly swear that the above •tatctneni Is irue To
the beet of my knowledge and belief
JAMES V. IX>TT. Cashier.
Subscribed and •worn to before me this Oth day of
September. 1604. miLir 1! MOORE.
Notan' I'ubllo.
Correct — Attest :
ERN'BT THAIJJANN.
WM. NTSLSON •. ROM WFJ .T.. ! Director*.
KRED"K B. BCHENCK. J
Dividend Notice*.
CHICAGO, mihuiku: * ST. PAUL
RAILWAY COMPANY.
80 Broad St.. New York. Sept Ist. I*o4.
"VOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THERE
has been declared a dividend of THREE DOL
LARS AND FIFTY CENTS PEll SHARE on the Pre
ferred Stock, and a dividend < ' THREE DOLLARS
AND FIFTY CENTS PER SH. RE on the Common
Stock of this company, to stoc .holders of record at
I o'clock' on the Srd day of October next, payable
October SBih, at the office of the company. in the city
of New York.
HOSWELL MILLER, Chairman of the Board.
Change of Name.
AT A SPECIAL TERM OP THE SUPREME
**" Court of the Bute of New York. Part I. held In and
for the County of New York, at the County Court Hou»e.
in th» Borough of Manhattan. City of New York, on the
80th day of August, 1004. I'reaent: Hon. John Proctor
Clarke. Justice. In the matter of the Application of the
Livingston & Klegel Company for authority to change Its
name to the Itlegel & Hoos Company. I 'pun reading the
petition of the Livingston A Ulcgel Company, a domestic
corporation, duly verified the 30th day of June. IWI4 by
Joseph Luclen Rlef»l. Its President, wherein said peti
tioner prays for an or<r»r authorizing it to ussume another
corporate name, to Wit: >tl age 1 & Hoi* Company un
upon reading the order, dated the lSth day of July, I'JO4
directing that the notice of presentation of said petition
be published OP' » a week for six Bweujlve weeks In the
New York Law Journal and the Now York Times two
dally papers published In the County of New York, both
duly filed In the Office of the Clerk of the County of New
York on the 16th flay cf July, 1904. and upon filing the
certificate of the Brcreiary of Stale, dated July 0, 1004
annexed thereto, certifying that the name which such
corporation proposes to assume la not the name of any
other dome«tlo corporation or the name which he deems so
nearly resembling It un to be calculated to deceive, and
upon reading the resolution of the Livingston & Rlescl
Company, passed June 0, lUU4. and 'lied in the omen of the
Clerk of the County of New York on the Isth day of July.
lIKM. and upon Ming due proof by affidavits showing that
notice of the presentation of the said petition hua been
duly published for six Weeks In th« New York Law
Journal and the New York Times, two newspapers pub
lished in the County of Now York, in which county such
corporation ha* its principal burlnea* ofllce, and the Court
being satisfied by said petition and 1 by the affidavits and
cfTtlflcate presented therewith that the petition Is true
■nd that there la no reasonable objection to the change of
name proposed, ana that the petition has been duly au
thorized, and that the notice of presentation of the peti
tion as required by law lias been made; Now, on motion
of Kurxman A Frankenlielmer, attorneys for the said peti
tioner, no one opposing, It la Ordered that the said petition
be, and the same hereby Is, granted, and that- the peti
tioner herein, the Livingston & IMegel Company, be, and
It hereby Is. authorized to assume another corporate
name, to wit, the name Rlegel & Roos Company on and
after the 3rd day of October, 1904. and it is further
Ordered and directed* that this order be entered and the
papers on which it is granted be filed within ten days
fruia the date hereof in the office of the Clerk of la
County of New York, the county In which the eertiflcats
of incorporation of said corporation Is died and the
county In which said corporation has its principal office,
and Chat a certified 1 copy of thla order within ten days
after the entry thereof be filed in the office of the Secre
tary of BUte, and, further, that a copy of this order be
published once a week for four successive weeks in the
N. Y. Tribune newspaper, a newspaper published In the
County of New York, beginning within ten days after the
entry hereof. Ent. J. P. C.. .1. 8. C.
-VOTICK IK HEREBY GIVEN THfAT THE
"^Chicago Society of New Tork, a domestlo corpora
tion, having: 1U principal business ©Kir* In th* Borough
of Manhattan. In the City. County and State of New
York, and it* certificate of Incorporation having been
filed in the office of the clerk of the County of New
York, will apply to the Supreme Court of the State of
New York, at a Special Term thereof, at Pi rt I thereof,
to be held in the Couaty Court House of said County of
New York In the Borough of Manhattan In th« City and
County of New York, on the 23th day of October. 1004,
at 10:30 o'clock In th» forenoon of that day or a* soon
thereafter as counsel can be heard, for an order author
izing Bald corporation. The Chicago Society of New
tort, to change its corporate name to The Illinois' So
ciety of New York. ,
Dated New York. July 21»t. 1904.
THE CHICAGO SOCIETY OF NEW YORK.
: I* B. : By MELVJLLB B. i BTONE.
H.'aFlYnGTO* , • U.Pre .nt.
Attorney for Petitioner, ...
90 West Broadway.
Borough of Manhattan,
.•New York City.
LITTLE ADVERTISEMENTS OF THE PEOPLED
BII.LURD AMD POOt TABLBS.
H. WAGNER & ADLEB CO.,
Manufacturers highest grad* billiard and
pool tables- "Jake Schaefer's Perfected
Champion Cushions." Warerooms. N. E.
Corner 42d St. and B'way. Factory and
second hand department. 46 Great Jones St.
MANUFACTURERS of blllf»rd and poo\
tables; high grade bowling alley build
ers; lowest prices. MARX BROS.. 24
Union Square.
BOARD AND BOOMS.
BT. ALBANS. 7 EAST gIST-BT.
Rooms, single, en suite, with private
baths; doctor's office; dining room parlor
floor; electric light; excellent table board.
ARRANGEMENTS made for temporary or
protracted residence with board at 15 East
45th-st.; entir* upper floor planned for
bachelor accommodations; all rooms up to
Isla.
ELEGANTLY furnished second floor, other
mom!, with excellent board; house and
appointments first class; .-eference. 348
Xl*d»»on-av«. , near 44th-st.
ELEGANTLY furnished apartments; pri
vate bath; $1 60 daily; meals for two.
$25 weekly. VAN RENSSELAER. IB East
llth-st., near sth-ave.
SUPERIOR ROOMS, elegantly furnished;
private bath; appointments flrst class; ex
ceptional board optional; reference, 'zl
Bast 44th-Kt.
TWO SUITES; also larg* room, with pri
vate bath, furnished or unfurnished, foe
refined gentlemen; valet service and break
fast. 50 West Slst-st.
I.— o EAST 43D-BT.— Large, handsome
room ar.d hall room; first clas* table and
attendance; reference.
18TH-ST.. 12H WEST. — Large square room;
very desirable; furnace; us* of bath; gsn—
tlemen.
6TH-AVE. 17. — Bumptuous apartment, two
rooms; prlvare bath; strictly first class;
all improvements^
43D-ST., IS EAST, opposite Hotel Manhat
tan Largo, newly decorated room, with
private bath; also pleasant hall room; tele
rhone.
4tTB-BT. • EAST. — Room on second and
d— lis.lil« fourth floor rooms, with board;
references.
71 MADISON-AYE— Large, handsome
room*; families or gentlemen; single
mom*, with board; referencea.
ViD ST., 105 WEbT.- Attractive rooms; re
fiuert. well k»rt hmise; rhartnlng looatlon;
fashlor.aiil* drivewnjr; near Central Parlt
■ n>] "iibway: rffer«irt>s.
72D-ST.. WEST. 20*1-210. — Beautiful room*:
superior table; reference* given and re—
quired.
7STH-ST.. 163 WEST.- I-arge rooms; also
bal'.room; running water; baths; tele
phone; refureiice* exchanged.
212 ■WEST 44TH-ST.— Flno laVge room]
meal* optional: private family: »efin#d
surroundings.
800 WEST »TH ST.— Hand»ocaely and
completely furnished mom, southern ex
posure; iuiii!n^ water; bath mdjotnlng. Si:
first clas* and thoroughly horaelllte.
433 CKNTRAL PARK WEST.— Largo airy
room*, with or without board; gentlemen
preferred. WP.IGHT. Box 2"., Tribune) Of
fice. .
CAKPET CI.EANINO.
W.Y.BABPET SLEWED
Oldftst, Largest, -Most Modern.
457 * 41» WEST 45TH-ST.
Tel. ell — SKth-*t. Established ISI7.
W. H. JORDAN. K. LENTZ.
J. & J. W. WILLIAMS,
353 W. 54TH ST. coilmb^
CARPET CLEANING. Established 1176.
ALLQUAIJTIEiS of carpets cleaned. Be. per
yard: mattresses and pillows renovated
and rtntda. HARLEM STEAM CARPET
CLEANING AND RENOVATING "WORKS.
25 East l»tl el Factory Bd-*v#. and
133th-et. T»l. 2792 Harlem; 1629 Melroe*.
CAREFUL CARPKT CLRANINO CO —
Cle&ns by 1 impreaaad air. steam, hand
or on floor. l.»*a Brwidway. 4;l East
4«th-st. CCH * BRANDT. T-l. I?!-— 31th.
»^IFLO\'>irNT ACOCIES.
ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU.
211 Xast 4-M -st. First cls»s domestics are
aup^Htd; n}'< n-sr.«glng :»ek««pera, mil'
r. r.«. Ci fr<>^t^••^ tutori". etc.
DKfcNSMAKI.NG AND MII.LJNEKY.
CHILDREN'S DRESSE3 r«««(-rjMy male;
good references. Address Mrs. E. D.
BROWN, 74t> k^jlton-et., fcroeklyn.
I>K£SSMAKER en best work; home or
out; terms reastr.aMe. Address 0.. Trib
une Uptown or.i«. l.ail Broadway.
DRCSSMAKF.R.— First class; street, recep
tion, evening gowns, senu -tailor made
snlta. wedding trousseaus, children's m
plete outfits; out or home. KELLT, 110
F.*»t 41 us at . ti«*r Park a\e.
DRESSMAKER. Of P Allman A Co.; eg
cellrnt fitter experlenr»d; lateet autumn
•tvlre. Etons; cloaks, b«at cut. 13 a day.
A«ldrr«s DRESSMAKER. 2f-3 Weet 14th St.
DRESSMAKER.— Experienced; will go out
by d»y or week: reduction for week; first
eta** niter Miss HARWELL. 103 East
HUM at
DRESSMAKER — W-m'.d like a few mere
customers: work first class; out by the
6aj or at horn*. Call or write, K. li.
Wf.T'iHT. 1B<) 2d aye.
-MAKER.— First claaa. artistic; de
sirrs more customers, %'i a day: best ref
ar*aoa 215 Ea-t 45<h-st.
DRESSMAKER. — Competent; works at
home or by the day. *2 80; references.
Mr. ARMSTRONG. 11* West 49th-st.
TOIIJE ARTICLES.
BK IN OF BEAUTY IS A JOT FOR
EVER.
DR. T. FELIX OOI'RAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OK MAOICAL BE.\UTIFIEJ[t
and U m> harmless we last- It to be sore 11
!s properly made. Accept no counterfeit or
similar name. Dr. L. A. aa>ie said to a
lady of the haul ton (a patient): "As you
ladies will use them, I reeommena
•OOUiIAUD'S CREAM" as the. least harm
ful of all the Skin preparations.' For sale
by all Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealsrs
In the IT. <?.. Canada and Europe.
FERP. T. UOHKINS. PropT.
37 Great Julie* »t.. N. V.
_ LOST.
UANKBOOK No. 434.718 of the Union Dime
Savings Institution Is missing.' Any person
having a claim to it is hereby called upon
to present the same within ten days, or
bulmilt to having said passbook cancelled
ami a new one Issued.
LOST OR STOLEN.— Passbook No. 61.615
of th» Exctlslor Savings Bank, 79 West
22d-st., New-York. All persons are cau
tioned against purchasing or negotiating the
same; and any person having a claim to
said passbook Is hereby called upon to pre
sent the same to the bank on or before the
auh da of September. 1904, or submit to
having the passbook declared cancelled and"
extinguished and a new book Issued In lieu
thereof.
LOST OR STOLEN.— Bankbook No. 465,062
of the German Savings Bank in the City
of New-York, corner 4th-ave. and 14th-st.,
ssued to Anna Braida. Ml persons are
cautioned against negotiating the same. If
not returned to the bank on the 3d day of
October. lUU4. a duplicate will be Issued.
LOST OR STOI-KN -Ilankbook No. 434.708
of th» iifrman SavtiiKS Bnnk in the ( ity
of Kew Tork, corner 4th aye. and 14th -St..
Usued to Julie J. O'Neill. AH persons are
cautioned against negotiating the same. If
not returned to ths bank on the SVJ day of
October. l'j<>4. a duplicate will be Issued.
UOST.— Bankbook No. 1«.4«1. Empire City
Savmgs Hank. 2.')1 West 12&th-st.. New-
Payment stopped. Please return to
bank.
U>ST Bankbook No. hl7,4«ft. Bank for
Having!". 2S« 4th aye.. New-York. Pay
ment Mopped. Please return book to hank.
"*T.- Bankbook So. 648.983. Bank for
Pavings. 2«o 4th aye. New York. Pay
ment stopped. Pleaju return book to bank.
LOST OR STOLKN— Bankbook No. 837.088
of tho KmlKi-ant Industrial Savings Bank.
Payment. «t,,ppe<l. Pleaee return book to
bank X... Bl (^'hamhers- St.
OFFICE Fl'RN'lTl'Rß.
RO L.L.TO P
• OFFICE -
rUKNITUIUB
In great variety
if style ao4
price. . .
T a.
«BLi.EW.
111 Fulton St.
_ MISCEIXAXBOCa. _
The Value
of
p .the:-, >
i
for
LIQUOR AND
DRUG USIIE ■■
Is proved
by the number of
DBSi-DTr^irdDDas,
KEELEY IBiBTITIiTEB.
WHITE PLAINS, N. T.
BUFFALO. N. Y.
WEST HAVEN, CONN.
PROVIDENCE, R. L
LEXINGTON. MASS.
U..CHINEBX.
■*.— —■^■-.^ ■ , - . ■ -i i , ■ .-i _ — .i-i
AT REDUCED PRICES. — 800 »eeond-«iaad
woo* and iron working machine* fully
guaranteed: machinery bought and e«
changed. OgQ. B. EDDT. 88* Ma^»v>n-*t.
RE3TAUBAXTS.
ROOCINO STONB RB3TAURANT, K. T.
Zoological Tark — Ta>» 3d-s.ve L or Har
lem R. R. to PVrdhaoi hnict Ila caxie.
HELP WAXTED.
Male.
ANT INTELLIGENT PERSON mar earn
110 to 8100 monthly in spare time cor
responding for newspapers. No canvassing.
Send for particular*. NORTHERN fiiESB
SYNDICATE, Luekport. N. T.
ADVERTISING CANVASSER. — Wasted,
experienced advertising canvasser on
daily newspaper: must have good refer
ences. Address DAILY NEWSPAPER.
Boa 13. Tribune Office
WANTED — First Class far salesman.
Good salary.
C. C BHATNE.
124.124 W. 4Sd St..
N. T. C.
BOY wanted, to do errands in laundry. 67
Wet tOth-nt
WANTED. —Bright young man. good pen
man, with some knowledge of bookkeep-
Ing. salary (8 to commence with. Address
PCBLISHIR. Bo« 10. Tribune r>mca
WANTED.— By a bank, a young man of
character, who la a stenographer and
typewriter; must be> of good addres*. bltet-
Mg-nt, wall educated and a neat penman.
Applicant must give full particular* a* to
if . «xperlence. e>fucatlonal advantages and
reference*. Addres* P. O. Box 43-
WA>TTED. — readies notice ad
vertising -snvassers: must have excellent
references; commission. Address X. X,
Box 2. Tribune Ode?.
WANTED.— Forty mlllwrlguta and car
penters for six weeks' jab. NATIONAL
starch CO. Oswego. N. Y.
WE WANT MEN to (111 60* high grade
positions, competent Salesmen. Executive.
Clerical or Technical men should call or
write. HAPUOODS tlnc.i, Suite 006. 80»
Broadway. N. V.
■ ■ % Femsi«.
FAMILY inONEH; :!r»t class: steady work.
FRENCH LAUNDRY. 67 Weft »Hh-et.
OOOD HOME and wages for caraTul. con
scientious, experienced woman, as nurse
for two-year-.lj bc>y; highest refereaa* r*
auired. Call Apartment 33. Nc. 83D neat
115 th at, on Monday.
wouk w*jmro.
Mate.
ADVERTISING 61GN PAINTER. first
class, wishes to connect with some firm
that intends to do its own advertising. R.
P. H.. MM East B«th-st.
ARTIST.— By German; good In wetfer aad
oil colors, with experience a* freeco
painter; any steady pUce; city ar country.
Address A CLAUSEN, 338 West 17th-et.
BOOKKEEPER, with spar* time, wants
small seta of books to write up. trial bal
ance monthly; financial statement when
required; Urmi low. highest reference*.
RUHEKTSON. 181 William-et.
BOOKKEEPER and CASHIKR. experi
enced, daslres additional work afternoons
or evenings. M. ANDRBE, Mttt 8d aye.
BOY. 17. In wholesale hoaae or chance to
leaVn good tnuie. BIMON lALTJUS,
801 i^st lOlst-at.
BOY 17 willing to learn trade or work at
anything. CAOXT, 233 East 9th st.
BOOKS opened, written up, balanced, ex
perienced tn sterling. Importing, manu
facturing and commlwlon business; beet
references. CAS. Box 22. Tribune Gfflce.
BOY. 17. as office assistant; experienced;
references. LOUIS PORTUGAL. T4« East
6th-»t.
BOY. 1«. to learn electricity, or at any
thing. W. BURKE, 180 Varlck-at.
BAKER- Cakes, pastry, ianey small mixed
oakes. "petit feu*»." gold ornamenting ,
understands all caterer* business, foreman
or second. Apply CAdTELLENE .821 East
117th-at.
COMPOSITOR.— By boy. IT: can set re
print and distribute Joft type. HENRI
BtiIMOTZKR. 170 3d-st.
CLERICAL, WORK.- Stranger in city secka
pueltlon. cleric*! work; knowledge of
medicine; excellent testimonials. Addreaa
J R. 8.. XSS West 14thr«t.
CAKB TOREMAN; SO years' axpertenee;
capable sober, reliable; will go anywberj:
wages r.ot less than $1»: non-union. Ad
dress BAKEK. 861 Sd-ave., care MeXlff.
second floor.
CARPKXTER— First class; own tools; olty
or country; reference*. V. BORQLa, 14»
Thompsun-at.
COLJ>EOE GRADUATE (381. experienced In
social and educatiou*! work. d*slre« busl
neaa situation, where executive ability. In
tegrity end energy will be rewarded, refer
ences. Address GRADUATE. Tribune I p
town Office. l.a«e Broadway.
DRUOOlST— Re«lstered; speaks French.
Uernmn and EngMsh; reference. Addm*s
ADKKNALJN. 104 Kast 14th-t.
DRIVER.— By German. 10; sober and hon
est- good shipper; ten years txpejleare.
good reference. FRED BUBHLNO, Mi
Johnston -av<-.. Jersey Clt^
ENGlNEEß.— Understands Corliss and .high
speed engine; cood reference. HBNMNQ.
1.1» 2d-ave. __^_^___________
FRESCO PAINTBR.-By «•«"»»• at any
place In the United States : city £,£ U ? O
try. private or factory. . AlJdre £"., r . RE ?£2
PAINTER. Tribune Uptown Office. I.W
Broadway. ■■•■■' _ — _^_____
der^tanJa tbe builnees. Box 81. Stamford.
N Y. .
City College. A. T-, 23» Bast 3W sl
H.irnellavllle. N. T.
„ MAN City or country; plain
Brooklyn. .
HOTEL CLERK or C^y.^^JoHV
T C^AR e R f^T. c H.^ m E !. J rHn. rr t1oV»t 1 oV»l i W H^t
27"1h-st. , , .
„„,„. ~ CARETAKER-— By Swedish
JANITOR or CAW &m htat M
.S'^TreftK; no cards. 109 E*at
B<"h at. __^_— __^^_
JANITOB.-ToUk.^^^^ c> "
nr writ*. •"" K** l ZZ
• TpTTwntrr extra charoh.
Office in the city " nUI 9* m
WOU WA.MTED.
JAXrroiL--» y colored man: 3 years/ •»
, S^ 11 * o**-"0 **-" Ma *•*«. etc. W. D JONE3.
1.667 Ali*atio-aMm^ Brooklyn. •• -
I HASSAOB.— By endue :•« Swede: medical
I . gymnast and masseur; win visit fejHle-
I jaaa « residence or treatment at oflbc*; doc-
I tor. hospital and private; reference*. An-
I ises Bex 13. 132 Cast 23d-st.
MANAGER or confidential secretary where
ability and fidelity will be appreciated.
Address Lock Bo» 855. Kingston, N. T.
OPTICAL. — Younr man. o»vlr.< tare*
Tears' experience with dispensing opti
cian, wishes a. place wtth good refracting
optician, where h« can learn how to re
fract and work himself up caa furnish
b«»i reference*. LEON MANUTSS£. 410
East 81strst.
PAINTER, decorator, pa**rh*ng*r: highly
recommended ; own tools; work tor land
lord, real estate and builders: beet work;
reasonable prices. TRAVNIBCK. 237 34
ave.
PORTER in automobile garage, by colored
boy. 18; work for small salary to start.
rood reference. AddVeaa JOHNSON. 223
West 35th-st.
PORTER.— or hotel;' speaks German
and French: good treatment preferred.
Address KaNN, 3S Grahsun-ave. . Brook
lyn. . . .
STEWARD — German, married. capable,
honest, sober, can keep accounts, wishes
steady position in country tlub; reference*.
H. BOESXS. 409 Wstchun«-*ve.. ■ Flaln
field. N. J.
BTWWARD. PORTSIR. USEFCL, *«.— By
railable. strictly sober man. In store, ho
tet or factory. NELSON. 408 Weet »tv»t.
STUDENT, colored, foreigner, would like,
employment for the winter: beat refer
eneee from city Institution*; can do every
thing; neat and obliging. P. 8., Bos 107.
417 "th-av.i.
TAILOR. — Ladl«V taliori first class cutter
and titter; city or ont of town. J.
DOADA. 449 4th-e.ve.
WATTTTMAN — American. 63; com* etty
reference. Address ATWOOS. 4*l O«4en
ave.. Jersey City Heights.
TOVNO MAN, aa elevator runner; any
kind, reference*. W. KNIGHT. Wi
West Wth-et.. care of Mrs. Broxton.
TOUNO MAN, with good position and edu
cation, wants work evenings, I to 10:
would like to learn drag business. CHARLES
K. BLATCIOUT, 287 4tn-«ve. , : .
TOUNQ MAN. Italian, at anything; good
reference*. Address B. 8.. Box 9, Trib
une Office.
TOU.VG MAN. a* electrician or machinist
helper J. E. ETOREN, care of Mrs.
Tack, 2.551 2t)-ave.
YOfN<» MAN. as head waiter; (peaks
French, German and English ; first class
references. - Ad'lress A- D. 293 West
HsTs-M
YOUNG KAN: speak* Frenen, Italian and
EnglUh: well educated: gee* c*,l!graphy.
ARCHXBALTS N. cucomont. 171 East
Wth-st.. ear* of W slate.
YOT'NO MAN. Je, good talker, well dressed,
possessing road esperience, woul \ like
outside position. H. VAN WINKLE, M
No/riiar -aye.. Brooklyn.
YOL'NO MAN (2%, at anything; she* work
preferred; served In V. •■ army- >. J.
CBKNY. 8.40T Sth-ave.. Brooklyn.
7eouxa.
COMPANION or secretary to an elderly
lady of wealth, by a refined, educated
American woman; I* wilting to travel; high
est references. A*ir**» COMPANION.
Tribune OSce.
tt3MPANION or a*c«XTART— By aa *a
perlenced. trar tiled English woman; S
years '.n well known American family, ref
erences exchange-]. M. H.. Holland Houaa.
STENOGRAPKEB. typewriter. bookkeeper :
1*: understands office work: experienced;
wllltng; references; moderate salary. X.
W. 8.. 821 East 9&h-st.
6TENO<3RA?HE3t and TYPEWRITER- —
Permanent; has thorough knowledge of
double entry bookkeeping; rapid and ac
curate; well educated, best references. Ad
drts* O. £.. Box 32. Tribune Office.
STBNOGRAPHCR. axp«rU«c«d. permanent
position raring 115. Mis* 8.. Room 14
M Walt-st.
6TENOGRAPHER. 24. rypl«t: neat. well
eferated: quick at flrnrea; permanent po
sition: good situation primary. remuneration
secondary. X.. 327 East 27th-st.
SrWTTCIIBOASD OPERATOR, by a rottna
lady; two years' experience. M'GINLEY.
?.457 Stn-ave.
TABULATOR, torderoau or pailey writer.
by young Ud>. i years' espertenee. Ad
drees Mlsa M.. 483 Bcotland-st-. Orange.
N. J.
TOUNO LADT. experienced nsantenre.
wishea work at laaiss* owe residences.
Address MANICURE, V» Batnbnd.-*-**..
Brodklyn.
POMJWTIC aiTCATToxs wynrgp.
BMbh
A.— SPECIAL — Man and wife, lisa— art sr.
for city or country, from South dally;
now is your chance before winter: nothing
but beat help on hand. GREEN, SM W«it :
e»th-«t.- I
ATTENDANT and NURSE.— Either mental i
or physical, seven years' experience; pcr 1
aoaal reference. Address NURSE, 130 Bay
29th-*t., Benaonhurat. L. I. |
81TLER. *«. — By a yomef couple; man as
butler and valet; woman as cook; good
references: city or country. HERITIER.
164 Weat B«tk-et.
BUTLER.— EngOah; nnderatacda ail hta
duties and used to the manageratnt of
large establishment, tall: aged 2eV. country
preferred; excellent city references. TUR
NER. SOB East 59th-s:.
Bf TLER. hotel Job or Janitor. NATHAN
WILLI>MB. Jl« Weet 87th-*.
BfTLER or SITOIfD MAN— By young
man; neat, obliging: good -tty references;
stylish farrUiy. NELON. 1 Riley Place.
Yonkers.
COOK — Flret claaa chat, carver, butcher,
lunchman; short hours; day. night, fine
reference*: strl-.-tly sober. Addreas COOK,
care Scheffei. 25 Columbus-aye.
COLORED man. speaks Engllah aad French,
to 'earn to wait on table in hotel. *t^.t
JOSEPH 338 West 4»*h-et.
COACHMAN, gardener, uaak. la«n4reaa;
excellent couple; over 3 years last place;
desirable people every way: beat references.
WILLIAM, at Carpenter's, 154 Sth-ave.
COACHMAN— First class; unierstands
horses, carriages, fine harness, careful
driver; sober, honest; esoellent personal city
references; city or country. M. C-, Mrs.
Collier*. 122 West 354-et.
COACHMAN. — Thoreusjhly experienced city
driver: twalv« year* with last employer,
who ran be mm. Call or address JACK.
10 Weat 34th-et.
COACHMAN— English; single; smooth
faoed. light weight, young; very tidy, and
understand* keeping horses and harneaa in
best order; excellent references. JOHN, at
Carpenter's. Ift4 «tr-a»*
COACHMAN — aingla. SI; goo 4 tow-ta
hand driver; 11 years' first obwe) refer
ences from Last place; take charge of or
drive for stock farm- any place In country.
Addrese M. POWERS. Maplewood, N. J.
OOACUMAN— ytrat class: thoroughly un
derstands care of fine horses and harneea;
also gardening. Addreas A. M . 160 Bleeck
er-et.
COACHMAN. GARDENER.— By a Swede;
strictly honest, sober and reliable; speaks
English; good man In every way; will be
generally useful; recommended. AUGUST.
at Carpenter's. 184 «th-ave.
COACHMAN. aROOM— By German caval
ryman. 28: private stable; city or country;
reference*. A. ■ . Bos 10T. «1T ttk-evre.
COACHMAN— Aged »; uadentanda gar
den private olace; city or country; refer
ence*. A. ».. Box 10C «1T Mb-ave.
COACHMAN, gardener, useful man on
place; cArwful driver; good gardener: ran
milk, etc.: excellent reference. MICHAEL,
at Carpenter's, 134 «tl»-ave. :- ;^v-..-r.H-<-'.
FOREMAN .Working)— On farm or gsotle
man's place; single; aged 84; .goo! knowl
edge of dairy work, etoekraostnc crop rota
tion., fertilizer*, vegetable and fruit grow
ing, care of greenhouse; five years in last
place; good references. D. C. Box 22. Tri
byn* Office. , ". . . , „•.,
GARDENER. FLORIST.— Oood grower of
cut flowers and plants under glass; also
general gardening outdoors; vegetable*.
frutt. etc.; single, (rood references. Address
A. B. C Box 22. Tribune Office.
■,aX[>F.NER .Head).— thoroughly com
petent, reliable, trustworthy single man;
permanent position; strictly sober, and fully
understands his duties; can take fall charts
winter If required; highest references; mod
erate wages. GARDENER. Tribune Office.
QARDENER— Married; experienced; under
stands creenhouae work, lawns, vegeta
bles, cattle and poultry. Address C. D..
General Delivery. Tarrytown, N. Y.
FARMER. Working foreman: married: hew
U. girl 6. boy 4: practical man; every
branch, stock, crops; wife board men. etc.
JOHN, at Carpenter's. 154 «th a»e.
OARSEXER and SUPERINTENDENT on
gentUmua's place; thoroughly under
st.inda his business In all braaehet. lnciud-
Ing landscape work and farm management;
9 years" references from last employer.
H. B. I'M EUaworth-«t.. Black Rock.
Bridgeport. Conn.
GARDENER. . fXOitIST.--Oerman. mar
ried: experienced in rreanhousea, flowers,
fruits, vegetables and up to date landscape)
work. QARDENEJS. care P. P. Doppl«r.
617 West 2Sth-*t.
13
KgMKPna, _-
Whiskey KiJJs
AMimQffIJOME.RSALTIii;
The Oppenhelmer
; Treatment
Destroys the craving for stimu
lants within 43 hours. The only
safeguard for the. alcoholic
Write for literature.
•h; THE oppenheimeb
INSTITUTE. ,;.;
' EXECTJTIVB OITICE, N. V rvaTTTCT* !
I 170 Broadway. 133 "West 4Btn St.
. ORRBSPOHTMBf^ CONnD^iTTIAI,. "
fg) Name .- Address ..>.....
pombstic STTCATION3 waxtjbp.
--•■■■•• ■ Mate. • . ,-, *. • ■ •; •
OARD3ENIR— By sober reliable 3iaa; snv
gle; aged *): American: *s«ak* Oerman;
13 years' practical experience; priv*t» rr Ilf*'.1 lf*'.
reference*. . O. 8.. car* Vaughaa"* tuns. <.«
Barctoy-et. . . ,'.. .-
GARDENER. — Lady want* to Cad . »o*ltloa
for a v*ry reliable, competent gardener.
who i* able to take entire charts of gentle
saaa|s place wltn green&ouses. 179 West
TM-tt. • .. . -:."■'-
GARDENER.— Engliah. married, 28; taki
enarg* country oiace: thoroughly experi
enced outdoors and. under glass' first -'- —
SmS, 11 ?^ c- D - --WITOET.. 4ia^a-*c.
Plttsfietd. Mass. '.. . „i. :
GARDENER and general an around man
single gentleman * place; thoroughly u.-yl
oerstands raising and management of all
kinJs vegetables and Sowers, lawns and.
drives; understand* care horse, cow. poul
try, steam, hot air furnace* ; good refer
ence*: sober, honest, man. Addxea* J. 3..
Tribune Uptown Office. I.3** Broadway.
GARDENER. FARMER. —Married} so
■ family: competent all branches; wU»
board help if required; reference^ Adfiresji
J. S. car a of BrtUgsman's Seed. Ktore. 87
East l»th-»t.
GARDEXER. — Thoroughly competent grow
ing frutt, ' flowers, vegetable* under glass
and outdoors: ger <ral car* of gentleman's
place; aged 81; American. - Q. - RCSSELZ*
Babylon. Long Island.
HEAD 6ARDCXER, SUPER: NTENDSBTT
— American. a«*d 31. married, no
dren; thoroughly understands all branches
outs44» m 4 undsr giau; highest (Uaas rei
•reneea, Address L. 2. DAYTON, laa East
J7Uj-*t.
MANAGER.— TTaated. position as manager
ot gentleman's country piatce; an* who
understands farming In all branches, stock.
eta., and a thorough horseman; best refer
ence* from latest employer a* to habits,
character and ability HARRY T. • ROO
sTRS. Centre Mortch— . Long Island.
USEFUL MAN. Ac— By a respectable col
ored man, as general useful man or ,
stableman. Addresa ISAAC JENKINS. 318 *
West -Ust-at.
VALET." BUTLER- — Long sxperlenee;
speaks three languages; take charge of
gentleman's place: willing to 'navel; per
•or*! referent*. JAPANESE. • Bank-st.
VALHT. — By young colored maa; or care
of bachelor apartment, can prepare and
serve meals; first class personal roXarenco.
K. WHITE, 315 Weet 41st-«t.
VALET, attendant, secretary and reader to
an invalid gentleman; experienced, eda
eated. preeentabie; understands maassvge:
flrst class references. H. . SO L*xlngtoD-ave.
VALBT or t« tak« ear* of apartment or
aa uaeful man; age 33; good references.
8. J. ROBINSON. 2.180 Broadway.
WAlTEß.— Colored; in first class 'boarding
house; strictly trustworthy aad reliable;
expartonced. Address 8.. It" East 84ta
st., baaemeot.
TtmMU.
ATTEND INVALID or general helper fat
refined household, by elderly woman; ac
tive, reliable; best refaranoea, A4drea» Mrs.
0.. Poetofllce. Newark. X. J.
COOK. waitress, maid and seamstress 1 -. :
references. Ml** LARSON'S Employment
Office. 33 West 24tfc~*t. Tel. 8,0 *> ' lsadi
son Square. ...-.- "' "
COOK— Competent; Protestant: has aacd
reference; very neat and willing. ' LOU
3.-'-iv*., near A3d-et.
COOK and BUTLER.— Man and. -witm. col
ored: wages $45 month; several year**
reference. Addresa BSSSIE CLEMENT. 59
Union HaO-*t.. Jamaica, Long Island.
CHAMBERMAID and WAITRZS3.— O9y a
young girl; go bom* nights .preferred.
Apply 63 Third Place. Brooklyn. -
fTT 4 > V* Tn nurse or as cook for two
in family. MAMIE HARRIS. 833 "West
RtlHe*.
CARE of children or nurs* to Invalid, by
elderly woman. M. EVES3ON. li 3 Za
briskle-«t.. Jersey City. .«
c HEERFTL younc woman take* children
oat. invalids: go to country;- errands.
hours, reads, converses pleasantly; refer
ences. CONSCIENTIOUS; 380 CoMmbua
av*.
CHAMBERMAID. Ac — Expertennse);- also
assist in waiting; personal r«fere.-.co. 9
East 43d-st. - ; --
DINNER COOK by October I ia business
house In New- York; - now- employed at
Itnaneil House. Mrs. GARDNER, Landlas.
N. J.
HOUSETWORX. Young gtrl. FTotee
tant. light housework, chambermaid,
waitress or nurse; one year's references:
moderate) wages; city or country. C. V.'..
care Collier. 12! West 23d-st. , -,
HOVSBXSatPER. -By woman, with one
child, in work legman's family; toad of
children: good cook; honest, sober. 203
East ISth-st.. basement.
HOUSEKEEPER.— By New- EnKlaad woman
of education; thoroughly ezpenetioad In
domestic science: capable of entire charge;
accustomed to directing servants. Ml see
M. PARK.E3. 197 St. Botoiph-at.. Boston.
Mass.
HOUSEKEEPER (Managing).— By refined.
educated, middle aged widow, with no en
cumbrance: understands cooking. managing
servants. nSarketing, sewing, has executive
ability: wonld take entire charge of a bach
elor or widower's house: 1* fond of children:
only first claae parties need apply; best of
city references: salary $43. C L. V.'.. Box —
IS. Tribune Office.
HOUSEWORK.— By North of Ireland cook,
laundress or general house worker; also
chambermaid, waitress; city or country;
separata or logetoer; two years' reiarejeca.
443 «th-4vv<». • -
HOUsnKEEPER (Working). — By a well
recommended French . woman, for an
elderly couple or gentlemaa alone.- M. C
Tribune Uptown Office, 1.84* Broadway.
INFANTS NURSE.— By eclored girt, to
travel to any of tho West Indian tejsjntaj.
sues as Barbados and Trinidad, with any
one who would U'.Cj a norse to take the
trip. Addreea C. A.. 204 4Uc«-et.. Chicago.
111. ■ " ' '
LADY'S MAID.— By-Kght color-** girl; neat
In appearaace; references; car. saw. Ad
drew a: J.. onre> Mrs. Call* Dsvri* 845 Weal
tata-et. . . ;..
LAUNDRESS. — Oood; In private hou»e by
the day. NELSON. 40$ west SSCb-et.
MAID and SEAMSTRESS.— By Bn«naft
Protestant; will assist with chamber«ork;
understands her duties thoroughly; -excel
lent references: city or country. J. w..
Mrs. Comer's. 122 West 23d-et.
MISS EMMA LOCKE, purchasing- Souse
keeper and stewardess, can be ensued to
market and ship to country house; prompt
and economical service and personal super
vision ft early shipments; hl*rae»t town
an.i country references. ' Adtlree* i!rs-
DICKENSON, S-il Madisoo-ave. ' .?.' . •.
MAID. — By ycun« colored woman'; doee
manicuring. sca!j> treatment, facial mas
sage: reference. Address JORDAN. Trib
une Vptown Office. 1.8*4 Broadway., -
NURSERY COVERNESS.— Refined Nort^
German from Hanover: competent and
experienced, to one or two children over
two years; teaefees Oirmaa; references.
FEAUXEi N. 141 East Md-et. .. . . .
VCRSSS. —By rettsed ■> wfltnatr; .fcoiprtal
* training- any case of sickness; day, weelt
or month: terms moderate. 195 West IMb,
VUB3B and SEAMSTRESS L-By English
* Protestant: can take full charse of Infant
from birth: bo objections to country. ,E. H..
Mrs Collier's. 122 Wet 3M-st. • » '
SS^AiISTRKSS. — class:; Scotch; wti«
**5- can cut and lit; best 0/ references. C.
Mrs. ' ;aoons O«ce. »: ' eth-ava.; near
»H*-
•JWtFCI. MAID In small family, by French
* Swiss; speaks several :ahgaa«ee): sjoo* ■
packer and travel' plain wwer; best ref
erences- wa*es *25- LOUISE. Tribune Up
town OfBc». 1..~.' ! 4 Broidway. .-■>
VT \ITRESi* — f'.y a«at, competent youn*
woman: excellent personal city references;
city or country, 3. L.. Mrs. Comer's. 1—
Wee« 23d-«t. . . - - - - ■-- v:
w*rrm«w.-«»»«rien<2*: mtjn:^^
butler's pla*»; wmgea »25: S s^;™-?^^-
M.. e»ro of Bacon. Bureau,. Ml «lh-*»»-.
near 2M-»t. .- . ■'„.-• ■-«> • -
TVABHINO at hoai*. by eojored ■ •«wn» a r
Mr». BBADHAM. 217 <■»< <*!»-<«■
V7AITREBS— also chsmbermajd
and seamstrees. baa seat referencsa. FIN
LAND BURSAU. L.i« 3d-ave»

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