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Spring Resorts.
*~ XEW IBMn.
AI.ONO THF OTE.W rRONT
HOTEL TRAYMORE
Atlantic Cily. N. J.
Xbe Arrr^ of Modem Hote>! Kanlpmeot and I.uiury.
OPEN THROUGHOUT THE YEAR.
TRAYMOHE HOTEL CO.
Chas. O. Murqu'tt*. M«r. 1.. S. White. Pres't.
:HALfONTL
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
the Beach. Fireproof. Send for Literature.
The Leeds Company
HOTEL DENNIS
ATLANTIC CITY. >". J.
SltusteS Sirectl; on the •• f.-.n front, p-irrounded by
, ,« otvn spacii>us lawn, whicii loins ih<* honch and
aoarfiwalk. Most liberally appointed and liberally con
' 'ucted hotel on the Kern Jersey Coa«t.
WALTER J. BUZBY.
flßarlborougb=£knDdni
ATLANTK CITY. K. J.
Particularly attractive during Atlantic's creat j
Fr>rj-.c season of February. March. April and May.
P JOFIAH WHITE ft PONi< COMPANT. !
THE HOLMHURST
Atlantis City. N. J.; Penna. aye.. nrar Beach. Open
s.. }«* r Booklet. HENRY DARXEL.U
The MONTCLAIR
OX THE MOINTAIN TOP.
-MONTCLAIR, N. J.
CANADA.
GLEN VILLA INN
Casaxia'? Ideal ■Sasart. -- beautiful Ms^saviirr'. Lake. nr.»
rlf^t fro^i New V rk anrl nnsmtj <rio chane/ei. Four
hours from Montreal and Qu»bet. 200 tru*sf s - Average
J3(H rier day. flT.Oit j<?7 week. Casino. Orchestra, Golf.
•^ensis Bowline Ore^n. Hathinit. Giv-d KlJhir.jr: Saddle
and Drivlr.s; Horses: Uoat Livery. Booklets free. Ad
iress. North Hati'y. W'-relx-c
A HERO
IN SPITE
OF HIMSELF
&he first of a
series of ad"
•denture tales by
CATTAIJ* A. E.
{"JACK") HA*RT
In Magazine Section of
sundlVs Tribune
Not fiction, favit more in
teresting th&.n much of
the fiction of the do-v
HELP WANTED.
Fexn*M*
!fc H"SETVi j: X . — Omspcteal women for
general housework in the country ". younger
tlster M .'.a'-crvc <over 12> could be erft
f'ovd to assist governess. Write Mrs.
I Ceyer. 7- Sd at. __
"WANTED. —GirI Tor general •-.-..
Mrs. J. Man. '.". : ll»-th st.
' rKi . ~>l TI A ilov* WANIKI)
MsJ
! ACCOrXTAXT. BOOKKEEPER.— Expert
syst»maUrer desires additional •work:
rper.lr.e. closir.c. keeping, disentangling.
sSI-jetlng or ati«J:;irc anybody's books; sp^
cia I arrangement* to k»*p books of con
cerns not employing lookk*-ep»rs perm*
nently. .!o»»j h Xemeror. C Park Row.
T-l. 4TTI — fiwkTrjn,
MUKK WANTED.
Male
; CHATTKEfR Gennai pool '- ■—. r
pa:'- referrnoo. Maihias r»»ur. 40T.
Vnlop St.. Brooklyn.
CHATTFEL'R ar,.l MACHIXIfiT-— Marrted
s-wede. one rhlld; fi-co&chman: I* years"
wrirter! and j-er«<;na: referenr^a, An nwr.
r«-;air>; J'ferr-^ Arrow pr-f«TT< a ■ ro any
wLer». AMftat AjV S4 110! :td a-, r.
CH.M'fTl'i'K — Fi-ft rr^c^aTiic. nn
fi*r«tar'ls ail r*j-a:-«: cicr]i»nt rrfor
♦!r.-»s: r?iiab!» <;en.is ; .r5. Ad<3rf.-s« R R.
TrUxme Uptown oa--. 124 l;riwiiv;ay.
; CHAITFFKCn. — CotorwJ: cr,>; reference
r*A*r. hn.i^-i- v.i:!'i. : t<- Uk cth»r work:
tnuouy tvpfnred. Adii«-n- J. 'W.. care
« lx:i. .-.l tss: 11-f.i st.
DBJIKTSJIAX d*sir«*s rtanre: *x»«ithr«
aMhyr" v* ?«•»:*■ uperleac-" In de«l*nln«
eiiC d-rvl^.lf.jr arton.Mtic ria<-hir.«-». tooj«
ani fiita.es. J'ugh, care of Schwcrtx, !*C7
Sd air-.
: C3CGINKEIL— Uodenuaad* laumirr In:i
cttttrr: cily or country. Aii.ir^s* ICn
r;i«*r. -jpz n>«t i^t-m. «:.
• IRI "MAN or oiler <2T..'. or an- ir.lr.ff; ei
p^ritsred m lyij^rs. rctftißea, puir.ii.*. ico
' ;' v iii«^. dyoanm n-i<s elcvn:;r* JTmll
FOREIGN REPRESENTATIVt^-Gennan
U>rr.. UtorousUy familiar wit.*-, the l"r,c
3*h iir.?u t p»-. havinx l*<-n in this corntry
tv.o yr-'-.K Mn ] at jir^svnt tra-.«liir!s saii-s
inan r», ;ar'.» 'nviirii uiantrfactnrer. ■« ishts
■■ j>r*itl..n «« igj»j gam ta tire »f .\:;»rrirar. cor-
Mwti«i fr r Gtrmanv. H !•'.. n x 27.
Trit/U-)' OTTi-.-e.
FIRES! AN or oUer <2T.i. Irishes i>oslTi<>n at
aayrhing; »-xj«rifric<-d in boflera, •-n«;tn'-8.
tUTUjw. it« ntacMaca, ■:vr.arr:'.« an,i flei*
tor». Emli Ka.:i»ff!i. 21"<» t>st ."2rl n..
HOllt-E TRAINIIK.-- Young man; »x:.» ri
emvii; i.: ••:.-■• -.->t s Hussian: ti-ain^d
o'fw f«r miMtaT; sp»=V:s (rt-rman; refer
♦nr»-i. ;!i,:n .-.-.ijiv; two k*ar> i:i ecuntfTl '
can ?irp v.r. : .to^ ; -,i, BrOCky. 127 Mas
»CU arc . Brook!}-*.
JBA3LKK <ik y'i\Mi"Kl: 1n any iH'wsr'aP'r
cSv«, }> >outitr man; nijM <t day work.
J 2_M.. l!o». 3. Tribune' OfHc*.
MAX, t:!.<sfr«t3'"ls «!<.-<-;.Ti<-*' and iiM-hanl- I
•HI T.n»k. ■C'-uM 11V* cfaane '»f 4.u!!u!i>i: I
! trjik. an r.-j.tir.; jj y«i?s- nrprrWo«#; t*«
! ntetaoeK Ij. Woicr.t!. 3."^) VTcst 2*th »;.
rftOFESSION » I. KMrtlrattli. f-f l^es! and
iii»rary a;u«ininenlf>. «s prlvaM a»cr»
™.-y. ■-^nr;.)*r!-;!.] advuwi. or any |».*ltio>i
** trjn. or llt^rnry nvrti, of an»' dr-*c.-ir
«»> \V.. J». (, u-.x 34. Manhattan. j
PAXAKAX. coierrtf. «ri«n«»T; raacblalst:
J^'-'l); ir-'i*.- rO-i,utlr,n: fotir jansuapps:
-< \rr.r> rr>rrr»n<-«. C. if., varfe „r FianU
or tle\»tor mmicr: by roans c>!- I
-ff^i oaaa; u.-^i tMMU; siri'-ny ho&rart.
"»peia»«>: <lt> ■•! „,u n lrv: o?k- J r-a--'s r*f
♦»«■■<■*- tj^»«rit;*n ic. ' li<'<a;h. I' 4 \\>st
riiIJTKR.— <; r<M i i»f. 1( .,,w--, ; n<) |»*nJ A4
flr^i j. A .. r^^, j- bj p,, u th Ist et..
Brooklyn.
tTKNO<;R^r.j; En tjTX-wrJt^r. bill «Jerk :
'>■ >ou::k man (^i!.; u-,ie»> y»«r»i' oTfl.*- •«-
J^ifiirt-: uti . jr ♦•lih-Mi.ere: .... r»-fer
"•'■••■'*• •-'■" Xawau -«t.. IM',lll 4<«. j
tetni; -a, ho'r^r: no '.-.ls; ■.n.'-t- i
«an«» fi;.n«,>- anO rar,r» ««rk tnorotieh
~£,' hri ""i r '< 15«->er. carr r,f Mr Cramer. I
3^E «th »t.
» *NTT:r>._ |»y» y «v around. ei|rf>!j»>nr«l
**-*-» m *». a pood, wtror.ir Hn<- nf l«>lle»'
"iZ E"* *»•""»'• h«*«J*T>- fir ft. lx>'ils and
2™*. Hfldws J F. Valker. 41W Mor
™_"' • R » lx>Mi.. Mo.
■ 'il'S'i MAN si *hlr-r>ln* clerk or fair*
jr.«n: B»t»«»l mm* *xp»rlem«-: r<> ref
ggy J. F*l<smon. Tl< <-a«ldwc!) ay*..
V.'i, NG 3iAN ' In * ■»*•« t>"»ltl«m at «n>
" »-J ; t""^ edu.-«ti'n; pi»vl<ni» ext*rl
f! l<-tntlr.r tra-1«-: tHW>ltl',n at thli a njr
r -1 edunti'n. |m linns ent^ri
irlntir.c tra-1t . ,*,*i\\' n »t th:^
•J»TM. J'»hn K«n«. .IS:: E««t 2*th st.
'J'" 5*5 *' 3 31AX e« ovMndfr i.rt-r* or «>n 1 lx,»»
t^ s '**"" f'-dt-r. or '<• l'«rn n-ahlnlst
fT""- <'hsrjp» Kra-j». lli» <;~.ri;r »t..
fclf i^r»eii i 1.. I.
'f'l'Vfj pointed ',jh wl*he* lywltlon of
M * •*■ prefer n-atctimsn in bank «r care
■2 '*•>•■• :■" -*i* inference.
' Etta., era M 4Ti .
Spring Resorts.
PKNNSYr.VAMA.
CAXADKNSIS. TA.
NEW SPRUCE CABIN INN.
silMUe yr : can catch trool Rooms en ii!> ana with
private "lath Eookiet. N. J. & M D- PRICE.
Summer Resorts.
} NEW YORK-
I HEALTH IN THE HILL TOPS
! of orange. Sullivan. Ulster anfl Delaware Counties. N. V..
new york, ONTARIO & WESTERN RY.
StnOfKß HOMES In a rep.on of absolute
HEALTH AT MODERATE COST.
I 2 <"><"«> f'et si- •-.• Th» •«•(». pure air. pure wat»r. pure milk,
no malaria, no moeqnltoee T'i.r— Hours .'roni N-w "i orK —
recommended by physldins; send 8 cents to the unrter
stcned, or .';«!' .-.n.". «et free at afilcn lelow th<- SI rKRH-
I,Y ILU'PTRATBU BOOK. "SI'MMBR HOMES." of 1W
papes. It cives a list of Hotels. Farms ar.d Roarainft
Hi i Fes. location, rat»-s i ! board, attra tlona, &c. Infor
mation BoMtn, 42T. Bro**waj. N. Y. -" -
IN XEW YORK— 141. 41.".. 1354 Broadway. L'-IT. Colum
bus* Awe.. 27;.'- 3d Aye.. 11l West 125 th St.. I*2 .'.th
Aye. Ticket offices, l>csbrosses and West *2. ?t. ferrifs,
66 Beaver ?t.
IN BHOOKU'X- 4 Ourt St., 479 Nestrand Aye.. 890
Broadway Tt..- Eacle [nforma.Uon Bureau.
May 2!>th. 30th and Slat, excurnon tickets at reduced
rates ■will be MM, siving an opportunity of personally
selecting a summer lioin- and also enjoying a day's f.«h
ln B In this dellcntful region. Tickets good returning May
80-31 or Jure 1.
, J. R. DUNBAR.
I Gfti'l Fai"». Agent. M Hfaver Ft.. N. Y.
HOTEL KAATERSKILL
< ATSKII.I. M4M NTAINS.
Opens June 24 Elevmtlon J.OOO feel Reservations, of
rooms made by
HAHRISON S. DOWN-:.
BERKFI.EY lA(EIM. Hryar-.t
IH-21 Wrxt 44tli Si. Opposite fifcerry'a
MASSAf •HISfTTX.
HOTEL ASPINWALI
LENOX, MASS. S.
OTENS .11 NF. STII. 1909. '
New York OHce with Town * Country.'
Astor Trust Bide. 389 Fifth A-.e.
O. P PEA VET. Manairer.
Majcr.iflcent Prenery. Beautiful Drtvea
Invigorative Climate, Pure Water.
Fin.'. Equipped Garage and Ftables.
" r^ Choice Villa Sites for Sale. / "V
Blee ' . . a Sit's TIIE FAMOCS / T
FIN EM HKSORT 1> THE FAMOIS
ERKSHIRE HILLO
i DVKRTISEMENTS AND BUBSCKIPTIOXS FOR
Ai Tribune received at their Uptown Office. No_
1364 Broadway •■veer, T.fith st. and r».7th >!t . until St
o-clork p. m. "Advertisements received a; th- following
l-ranoh ofßces at regular efflce r>r»« until 8 c dock P r.i .
Mz : SG4 Stl aye.. s c cor. i\td rt . 133 Sth av< cor.
12Ui st • I<>4 East 14th «t.: 2." We>t 42.1 «t.. K-twoen
Tth and Bth a\e-. : ._..;■, West 12-"'th St.; 1035 3d aye . 1628
&d aye.. near Blst St.; tTM Ist aye near P»th s».: 151
Fast 125 th si : Tr.fi Tremont aye.: CVj 3d aye.. or-.d any
American District Teie^Tiph Cf?.ce.
Country Board.
Hint MATH OK NKKVOI* INVALID offen
nr-..i r*a< cure 'ir private farmhouse, beautiful
■ --.-tri.-i-.- . ' . iNE WHi > IS
■ ' RED " R D Tr I . ■ I '•'
Instruction.
For Both — City.
THE BTKI.ITZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES.
Madison Square. 112^ Broadway.
announces that after May first their
BROOKLYN BRANCH WILL BE I.iir.MED AT
i'li-220 LIVINGSTON bTREET.
Echoois open all Summer.
Wm. J.Betts, M. A Yale,
Stamford. f«nn.. Is tutorlns Ir. collejre entrance reciulre
n-.ents. His lor.c experience In individual instruction
will <nable younit men to save time.
I)R EARI.K OOIXEOIATE PREP. « H>.«FS.
Ii«-s;i«teTed KecentN. Law. Medicine. Dentistry. Klrfler
carten Training. Froebel Normal. 39 W. 96th Catalocues.
School Agencies.
AMERICAN ANT) FOREIGN TEACHEKS' AGEXCT.
Eupplies feasora. Teachers. Tutors. Go\erne«Bes. «tc .
to Co!.e?es Schools and Families. Apply to
Mrs M J- YOUNfi-FULTON. 23 rnlon f?auar«
WANTED.
Female.
OR or CASHIER Sa%-ersJ
experience in best - -' '■ or 1 >un
::ck and accurate; nrst class ref«-r-
BeOe. 11 1 West Mt
CHAPERON or HOUSEKEEPER.— Cuntry
preferred; lessons in music, ■ (uages
and llteraturo. Address Perniantr.t, Bojt
32U. Tribune OSice.
COMPANION to lad-.- K^ing to Europe, hy
v. ell recommended Swedlsli i^rsfin. civirij
Sw<v!i«ii itn entc, services, in 1 '.ange
for pas«a^»-: best references L. E.. Tribune
Uptown orr.'-e. 1364 Broadway.
COMPANION to on- o r two ladles travel-
lir.^ .>f,r..a! for the summer, b> a French
teachrr. I.ox 2".ir». • • lAeld. Mass.
STENOGRAPHER.— Young lady. r-vsses.«lns;
ksowledKe pf EikHkli and lifrman. C
Jacobr. ■,'•■- Third aye.
IIIIUKMK SIM \riON* WA-MEU.
Mai*
BUTLER or se<-"ivl mar,, in j.-i\at.- family.
city or count ry; reft-rence. D. •.. J4& 3J
aye.." care PAtter.
COUPLE (coloredj want place in country
year around, where two .an do entire
work or where s<-r\i.e«= cf n.an and wife
arc required. T. Halt 33.1 W. X.th st
CAKETAKKR.— Man an.l : r,- liable;
first class city rtf->rer,oe. I.lney. 114 Kast
■ '■lih st.
■ .
10 E. 4
■•. ' ■

COMPETENT rrench conjtJe: butler, valet
''a'".i •.:^-« i j; lady's m«M. ChambemaaU or
parli'rn-.aio snitien end personal reean
r.,-i.datior«: absfllut«*lr scbrr. honest.
Cou;!f. .-an- cf Crab. 4<17 Wtst 4dth st
COACnMAX.- Ry r.eat. tidy, smooth-faced
"American: city or country c-od cit.»
<*iiv<-r; jstfui at anytblns: needed: excriicnt
refereoc!. carpenter's I'.ureau. 134 6th iv
CX»ACIIMAIC.— Married: ;.rivat.. Tamlly.
crnvl rile: and driver; best private ami
r *r.—nal reference. Hushes. 563 Columbut
aye.
...■..;•- ■ ' ■
see: ten
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23 Tribune Uptown
COACIIUAN -By y.unr colored jn-an- B»™-
Jrally useful; -xiUlnc a;',) r.b;:«lns: 10
nrars- r-ferenre. Johnson. .I.V, W. 64th at.
COACHMAN.— By young; colored man: grn
eraiiv useful; wililnn and (ibliging;: 1 ( >
years' jefoieiice. Johnsor. 3J>T> West ;.4th St.
COACHMAN — .-Votrh. ■Ingle .*.": thoroush
]v undejsianils r*rt flee horsos. mage -
•;ie-t nrtrate Mat.. 5. stri.-tlv t«-mrx'jate:
,*rn->nal urnUen reference: country Pfe
f^-red- Macln.nali. 4M4 Kast f.'.h s!.
CO*1""Im"aN.— A lady riving up her «table
" wishes to place her reliable coachman.
BncUon marrleo: thcrr.uitlily uodentanda
his !jL-*ir:cs«. Darker, .-are Sayre'e stable*.
Vt^e avc. ;^>uth Orw^re. N. J. T^lei.lione
2.—1. Boatb Orange
COACHMAN -Sirs: 1 .- thorougrbly under
s"-a-i.:s saddle urA h3rn<-.-»"i bones; first
cla** ii-ier md driv. r: in:.:<e himself useful:
lii»t f..,iloy<r can be *o:a. I. ■• .. lOfe <jth
aye.
COACIGIAN.— Tbarousiliy understand* the
care <>f horsf» and carria^fs. 10 years"
fii-t «-!a.«s .-• . ...» from i:.st m;;l'Vi,
ate-l 38; weight I<Vi. A. C W P»rn st.
( "f»AtTiilAN.— Slnrle: excellent. reliable
r^ff-rencf : wants only first rlass j.lace:
na<bd tn hA hlt'-hes and ai.|i»lntiiientK. 15- X
10. Trll'unp Kptnwn <jTic«-. UM Droadway.
COACHMAJ«43ARDESfi:R.r-aiarTled : care
fino hors-s, carriages, <t Kontl^maa s
i.'aif- fourteen y«Hi«' r^st ref< rences writ
ten or.l j^innnal: wlllliiir. rJiilsrlng; careful
drivrr. Htck<T« 173 East " Tth s; _
CC>\CHJiAN and OARI>ENER— r-'mgle.
iiober. <-t)mr>elent younß m«n: highest pei
s.nsl recommendations: moderate wagea:
i.norrtfni willlnK. oL,!l(rfnc: c-ountir pre
ferred. I. C. Trlbun* Ij.town Oll!'.^e. '■'"'-•
Broadway.
COACHMAN elderly: flrst-claes
proom: reful .it- country ijrlv« r; care
lawn, be sßjnersUy u-«-ful; •.•be, nnd re
liable; K<>od .•. noes Coachman. 14!)
Harrison st . Hrookl>n.
COACHMAN.— Blngle; "nrxrlenced; coun
try pr*f»rr*d las g>x>d mm«»danans
rrot.i his Int* f.mv'nyrs Tor s.,hriety and
hon~*ty Thomos, H-. l-^. Tribune p
town Office. 13<54 Uroidwa.. .
COACHMAN — V"tjnc man. 3i»: lie»t rrf«r
••nt-es- ' tlir*-f> icjn In last plate: honest,
wlllliir an<: sober; country pref>rred. John
L»lcke>. 864 "Wes: W>ta ft., care or Eherow.
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1909
r^ALBD"p>tbfOPALS WIIA BE RECEIVED AT THE
& office of tba Ught-Hou«e tnspi -tor, Tompklnsvll.e.
N V until 1 o'clock T. M. May 2O."«». and th'n
oVVn-Y. for • furnishing Mineral Oil and Lard 0.1 of the
uualitv required for the LlKht-House Establishment, for
th* flscal year endlr.s June SO. 1810. in accordance with
l.peclficatl.n^. copies of which, with blank proposals anJ
other lnfo'matlon may be had upon applicat.cn to the
Llsht-House Inspector, Tompkinsvill", N Y.
PBOPOSALS ■ B. DEPARTMENT OF AGMCULT
_L u>-e ntftc* of th» Secretary, w sahlnKton D. C., April
{• 1909 —Pealed propo-ais will be received at the offl. c
oi rh Dlsbiirsira <"l*»rk until 2 r». m- Fndav. May 14,
1900. for furnl»hln« supplies for the us- of the Weather
Bureau durinc tha Oscal year ending June SO 1910 "
rn-io«-«- Prlntinir paper newspaper wrappers, stencil
r, a pe7 etc lVe:"erv P to be made at the Weather Bureau.
KiH infnnnatlon furnished on application to the Disburs-
Ue Clerk Bids must be sealed and addressed to the f-ec
r-?arv of Aerlculture. In accordance with Initructlons
JrlC-'n" on schSuiea. JAMES WII^ON. Secretary.
BivkTOnD AR'BXAU PHILAPF.I^I'HIA. PA.
FlnriF Inri ••.■ 1O«. A - K =eale<] proposals, upon blank rorms
furnished by this ofTi < . will berecehred until I .P M^ ,
■ - -:^^Jn.
Tin, zinc, l>fad and Antimony,
irn\T <"«tinßs Cartridge Metals. Hardware. Plnmbinf.
"team Fitting an.l Elertrlcal Supplies. leather Belting
arrt Lc" Lumber. Fuel. Chemicals, Oils and PaintF.
S^erT Strawboard and Chipboard. Tools and MUcpl
.V? ',.?;, ; 'Artlcl.-s. For infurmatlon. apply to th« Com
mandir.g; Offlcor. " - .
DELIGHTFUL
SPRING TRIPS
•"One low rate cover« all the f«p«i.«.
FUM o'.a." R. R and sir. fMj. Hotels. St* 1 ""?*? 1 * "*
It'ANTU- -ITY .... .... 3 DATS Only 10.00
lAKFWWD 8 DATS Only 8.30
krnv-DA ' 12 DAYS Only 40.00
EUROPEAN tot- rs «803 to $333.00
Detailed rtlnerarlei free of
TIIOS T. IIENFIKIC -KSON. Ccn ASt..
343 Fulton St.. Brooklyn. N. T.
-r OST.-A TASK OF A LADY'S WATCH. BLUE
IJ enamel. with diamond Initials. Reward If returned
to SSO Madison aye. mmm^__
DOMESTIC SITrAXIONB W A> TED.
BSBSSS)
COACHMAN. USEFUL.— 6!ns;!e: me<ltum
-.7- willlnp to carp for small p!a<-»; first
rlnss man with rses an Interview with
iusT employer |l <arnesi;y re<ju<s;ed. Dcd!».
Tilb-ir.e Uptown Office. ICG4 Broadway.
COOK (male). T'.or<,ug;h culinary artist;
Kood pper; salary moderate. Krls
raeyer. Conur.er.-e st . N»w Haven. Conn.
FARMER or GARDENKR [superintendent).
—By American; thorouKhly qualified to
take rntlre charge anJ pr fluce reaulta; no
help boarded; best of It; references.
Qeorra C Wooiso=. HHI crest. Purchase,
N. Y.
GARDENER and FAn.MKIt.-f>m)«n. sin
ele. sober, tidy: experienced :>nd compe
teat ir. v«-Ketab!ev fruit, landscape, gre*n
house, hotftf-ds ™«i, poultry. Morsef., fUr
na<-e; as useful man m jfntlemans place.
Address huj 10. Tribune « ifiire.
GARDENER and FLORIST.— MiddIe aced;
life experience under Hiss* an«l out-of
door -■rk. Al reference. Birth, 211* East
••Ist st.
GARDENER. — I'nderstands care of vege
tables, lawns. i-t>\ T. S., core of Ml 3.
M«-.Jhur?t. lti We«t St.
<i.\ t:l lENEH "t USEFUL. MAN.— Young
Orrran; iiiarrief'.. no (hll'iren; can milk.
n<.o<l vegetable Krower; well recommended.
<"cr; cnter'.s liur«-au. I' 4 '.'.th aye.
QARDESCER Ily n.l-1 . n<r.-<l American;
fin« vegetable X' f '«er. Kl.ifs frames.
fruits anl flowers, iawn and general work:
lest rcferer.ee. Carpenters Bureau. 154
BUI nve.
CJARDKNF-R.- H"!lar.<le.-. (frail'.iate Royal
not.in!cEi r^ar<ler,s England wishes oliarK*
.-f sentiomar.'.? placo: la:iii«'-ai.<-. KarUener;
undrTßt&Ed* Bowers tr'—s. shrubs, \<«
(•;?!.!?•: (rreennouse. etc; excellent ref»r
rnr-r. V. H.i JTias Fitzg'-ralijs liurcau.
ru': sth "k. cor, -JIM
GARDENER.— SInrJe; Prctestant: can take
ci.arce of greenhouse, ireffetable garden.
crounds etc; references as to capabilities,
etc Address 102 lOtl St. TVhl'estone.
Long Islnnrl
fJARI'ENER. ronchman, all kinds of work.
by Eleotehtnan: sinßie; el«iii«en years' ex
peri-nce or, gentlemen's country Places; re
llal I<-: strictly temperate. Address M. H.
Morrison. 41:2 3d aye.
MAN snd v.!i"K. lor country: c>o,l 00.t.-h
rPHFI'I. MAN on farm; li» 2 ears' experi
ence; understands all branches of farm
man Rard<-n«r, useful; wife Rood h"use
kr :r . cook, 1)111-,, peis.-nal reference,
U«adorson's Agency, 110 V. ■ -st l.'!4th st.
Tel. M imlnirslde
injr. A. rt. H-. Ho* «"•. Tribune ■ iffl. .■
WAITER. — Young; Crrnian; In private fam
ily: opportunity to learn EnßllsU. Apply
st.-;.|.Tr.. ' 483 Third aye.
WAITER COOK.— Hy married roupl* :
man as waltar, hosjswwork and general;
wlfo co..d plain cook: c.-"1 rafatrenoes
1-ett. 06 ICast 14.th St.. Hronx.
DOMESTIC SITUATION* WANTED
Frmale
CARETAKER. Py Swedish woman, to
care f.^r private Jiouse: reference from
last place! Call or address Mrs. TV.
bursuy. 32<'. East BSth st
<'H\Mr.ERMAID and SEAMSTRESS.—
English Pro.-estant; ■vTry neat ar.d re
fined best references; city or countr>. A..
Mrs. CollH-r's Asencr. 122 West 23 1 •■
( HAMBERMAID and traitress; ii'ni North
(German girl, Protestant speaks Knsiish;
best city references; wag»s, $22. Oster—
bers/s Bureau. 71« Lexington aye TaL
11C>5 Plaza.
HAMBERMAin 01 PARLORMAID.— By
vouue Bcotca Protestant; able maid:
excellent references; in r^-t: Mass., or
Vicinity. E. M.. Mlsa F!t*B. s liureau,
COS ."th 8u . cor. 42U.
COOK. — By competent young North Ger
man- «ood bnk.'r. city or country: l -e»t
refer.-n.'s. wages $4.'.-s.'.O. Call a! l.anjr &
M.>e.-h<-M 1 Co.'s Bureau. 43-4.' 47 TV. KM St.
COOK.— First lasa ffwedlsh; n^at. obllg
" Inc Rood tempered: good manaj.- r very
\JiL raferrncea. Osterberg* Bureau. Tl«
l>rxii)«toii aye. Tel. lO.VI ■-Plata.
COOK --ftrlctly first class: excellent per
- »onal relerences; good manager; .Ity or
country. H.. Mrs. Collier's AsTencr. 122
West 23d st.
OOK. Scotch Trotesiant; Jirst class, un
-.ir.ds all bra n< hes lialn and fancy
cooking- K< o£ references; <■■ 1 ■- or country.
g" Mra." Collier's Agency, 122 West 23d st.
„OK and LAUKDHKBB rjjAMHKR
MAID and WAJTRERB Two Finnish
girls iK-st referepi untry Jus
sim Bureau. <»'> Lexington ava.
COOK— Vary n«-nt twdssti elrl: excellent
cook: cood man:ii;cr; cxcf'.lent rfferenc-s;
friend chambermaid, gy-o.! mstri m <>*-
lerherß's liureau. 71*5 I>-xtni;ton aye... r»7th
r.'ith *ts. T. i. Plaza. 10.V..
COOK.— French: aotomaaaa an klr.l«
family and fancy rocking, tiaklnr: city
reference*, Jacyuln's Bureau. W2 Cth aye.
Proposals.
Excursions.
Lost.
City Hotels.
$■'/s,'■ fi The Mapiificent fe> <J*V -^v
Hoffman Hous|,
;W New York City V
gj ON BROADWAY-OPPOSITE tH
Gs. BEAVTIFVL '.If,
;?_- MADISON SQUARE PARK j|
H —— «F
Xii As Famous as its Location fi
SsJ ABSOLITFLY FIREPROOF M
Q y's
W You will find here all the luxuries '(i
:>>'-( of 2Oth Century civilization. At S JjS
•'£} ost within limits set by the sen- '?*>
3g sible American citiien. Service ' - :': '
?''- that supplies all wants on the in- jjj;
'■ill stant->ct not the kind that obli- *•■ '■
\-- rates. Our patrons arc our frlۥn.!^ P */S
>??" Our dining rooms anil reception g-i
» j rooms, orchestra snd art display •*;*
jjrjjr arc famous. •'<'
jfif: The home of the famous &b
v "Amen Corner" -,;
''j3j THE HOTFLPATRONIZF.DBY fr.
i| "peopli; WHO KNOW" Jr;.
v.\ Roems • - - $15Osnd$:nO / /
IT, \ Room snd B»th - sOup»«rd/ /
V >\ Parlor, Bedroom snd B«th. $s.ooup»ard I ' . !
\_\ leaslsssMsasMsl y■■ /
\r/SvA. A C ADD AC AN ./
>C;- *^Sv Msnsjriog Director /
■KHsJCSTK Mll\no>9 IVAMI.Ii
I'nnale.
COOK— BUTL.ER."- fTench coup!*: speak
Enjrllsh. thr.roUKhly ex(.erlt ni^*d; »ac-s
$*»; re re..i. ••» Jac>juln's liureau. 002 otii
aye.
H( IHPITA L and ' I
■ .

HOUSEWORKS— Scotch Protestant; licit
housiwoilc, o r chambermaid and wa!tr.-««:
neat, obllflnc ulrl. lately landed IL. Mrs.
Collier's Agency. 1« West 2:!<I st.
INFAN'TP NURSE. By exj>e:i»-nced young
German Rirl: i:ti.l>r»l»n.!« at>.ut !<ott!«
f»><-.!!ris: ivs; references; city >t country;
wafre.s J2.". ?.".(• <"all at I^ing * Boecherer
Co. s Bureau, 4.V4.V 47 West 33d st.
INFANT'S NlH>i: — Encllsh Protestant!
( an take full --haiite from lirth; exn-p
tionally nent and refined; l-'st rofeierices;
city or country. P.. Mi Collins ARen<;..
122 Weal SSd si.
KITCHENMAID St! ng, n<*at Swedish
girl; plain <■■>• k; ivilllng. obllplnir; si^-aks
English: tx-s* references. Osterl^rK s flu -
reau. 716 Lexington aye.; bet. 57th and 58th
sts. I'hone. Plaza 1055.
I. ! >Y"S MAI!" •■: courier; Herman woman;
good packer s>'uinK;:«sii. lialr.lrosjer: loi|C
experience: »'«^l references. Address B. T.,
Tribune Uptown O»l«-e. ISO 4 Broadway.
LADY~=^.IAID or a« attendant to elderly
lady or to travel In Euroi*e: seven years
in present position. Appl} A. Johiuison. .*>4
Went r..'!<l st.
LADY'S MAID or NURSE. — By t!y>rouch!v
fapa'uic .-iw!.«s girl; Al rsferences; k<..>.j
packer Anna, turu Of Wcngt-r. V 2 TVest
lildth st
LADY'S MAID. — By competent German
maid; cood sewer and packer: bes? rtfer
enc-s rtty or country; natw SJ." f3O <"nll
01 I.nnc * Tl(.<-.-h<-r<-r Cri/s liurrau. 4:<-4.'>
4" TV«-8t ST.d St.
LAUNDRY or chnmt"r work: by colored
woman: plain sewer In family: mat feller;
wases not less sn $."> per week. G. M.
johiifK-n. 474 Beventh aye.
l.Al'Nl 'I:'"-- !'■• ■' rlass, neat
worn • intry.
122 Weat 2
NURSERY (OVKRNESS or NTJRSE.— By
refined ing North German girl: Rood
K-wor; city or luntry; be.«t references;
•viipes }2."' $.'!<•. Call at I^»"S * Huccherer
Co.'s liurrnu. 1- 4.' 47 West SSd St.
NI'RPE — Respenslble •- man, 80 as prac
tical nurse; Rood masseuse; would care
f..r Invalid '-r convalescent: willing to
travel: best city reference. 47.'! Bergen st..
Brooklyn.
NURPE —As child's nurs*. for th^ sum
rr.f-r will travel abroad. E. Smith, care
cf Mrs Behwmrtg, Hoiel Schenley. I'ltta
bur*:
II"! I ABLE young colored woman wishes
few hours' work .lailv (not Sunday), or
cleaning store or office cv nings; no trlflers.
Russell, 2i:. East 7.'«< l st.
WAITRFSS ' r chambermaid; by Finnish
girl- six years last pUce; f^st references
Juaslls Bureau, <iW) l^xington aye. Tel.
44.'.H Plata
WAITRESS.'— By Finnish girl: beM of ref
erences: city or country: wnges J-20.
Weld's B ireeu, .'U.'4 ■ I imbus aye r«l
7739— Klrerside.
WAITRK e S — Very ii'-nt. nice Kn^llsh
rirl- ' sifter chambermaid and foam"ire««:
hoth Protwtanu: rery *«rt- willina;, oNIs;
jn C urst references; *nt:>*, $22. O»ter
berft'ii Bureau, 7li: Lexington aye., bot.
.*.7 th and BBth sts. Phone, l'lazft 108 a.
■VAt-TRESS^or PARLORMAID — English
rr.M.Vi'nrf particularly neat: i*st r^fer-
J P J| :! *"' or .ountrv. TV.. Mrs. Collier's
T-...n.-v. 122 Vet g:d !■».
LOST BA>"K1»OOK9.
LOST OR STOLEN.— Bankbook No 601.238
' of the nornian pavings liank tn th» City
of Ni-w V..rk corner 4th aye. and 14th si .
Issued to J«ani •"•• McMurrajr. All persons
*;'' caution*.! acainst n< «otiatin th.- same.
" re ; 1 roiurn-.l to the Lank on tb« Il.th ,i«y
of May. '■■"'■■ " duplicate will i»- Issm
, ,wr Bankbook >-"■•■ 729.KH " f . tJ ! p l n lon
Plme savings Institution Is missing. Any
person hivlnn ■ .I. a to it is h|*r- by ca lle.l
• _ . i.rp'T.t the jamf within ten <ui>»
or "übmit harm« Faid paFSbook can
celled an<l a n«vr one l»«ued.
i „^r Bankb (A No. 807.418^ Tinnk fbr
FnvlnK* - " 4th me., New Y " rk '' ny
mer.t si..i.p«"i li«a.«<- return book to bunk.
T Bankbook No s*H.«tf. Ban for
Savnjn 2M 4th aye.. New rorfc. Pay
ment itopped. Mmw ratarn book to bank.
»nVERTtSEMENT? and subscriptions for
The' Trimine received at tbalr Uptown
Office N<>- 1304 Broadway, between 38th
«mi 37th »t«.. until 0 o'clock p. m. Ad
"rils-m-nt, revived at Urn fbllowin*
branch offices at regular office rates until t
o'clock r«. m.. \i.-..: -' ; 4 Mh aye.. s. c
tor 23d St.: 133 fith aye.. cor. 12th St.: 10-»
Fnii I4ih st.- 25" W«lt 42d *t . bet-een
Si aye • 1«2<". Sd aye.. rear «lst «•• : 1.0«
l«t VveV. near «t» »t : J." 7 Kilt Its«h ft:
71C Tremont aye.; BO Sd ava.
DESKS AXD OFFICE FCRMTIKIk.
ROLL. TOP
P IE 0)^1®)
OFFICE
FURNITURE
In great va
riety of style
n;..; iirlce.
T.G. SELLEW
111 Fulton St
CAKrET CI.KANINO.
Telepe 1581 and IS41 — 3Sth.
C.H. BROWN Co.
Carpet & Rug
CLEANSING
Diißt ar.d Dirt Blown Out, Not from Sur
face Only, but Throughout the Fabric.
S") years' rxperienc? In t lr.»- Carpets & Rugs
' 20? 211 kE. 3rtn St.
Renovating. Bcgurlnc Taking Cp, Alter
ing. Relaying, Packing and Storage.
J. & 3. W» WBB.ILO ABMIS.
SIS W. S4TIB U .Columbus.
CARPET CLEANINU. Estiibllshed 1b75
N. Y. CARPET CLEANING WO&iS
O'dtst. Larirest. iiost Modefn.
«37 AND 4^y WEST 46TH ST.
Tel 4C82-46U3— Knabllshed l«aT.
W. H. JORDAN. EDWIN LENTZ.
"3^333^7 HAIG S. ISKIYAN.
/'"Y\r'*^i\ Oriental rus; selling, exchang
%CjX V "*, ) ir '£- repalrlcs;, washing, rene
vW'«O^i>' r vatinß and storing. 11 East
uanai^ 30th st. Tel. 7144— Ma 4. B<i.
HARTMANKS CAKPBT CLKANINO CO.
llac.), 3XZ B. l^M ;-t. Tel. .'.U2— Harlem.
tal rug* washed, reralred, like new.
i-t.>ras. M tl.i roofing. i'rompt service.
Latest processes.
CAREFTJIj CAItPETI CLEANING CO.—
.•i.am by impressed air st*-am, hand or
aa Boor. 1....4 Kr a.l^a-.. 4'Jl East 4Stb st.
COB* BRANDT. Tel. I?.L' nth.
M. J. TASHJIAN CO.. (irlental ruKS. sold.
cltan>'d. repaired, stretche.l. stored. 2*i''S
F.roaJway '»'.nh st>. Tei. f.4f»5 Klveralda.
AKTIO.V SALES.
MOirrOAOI-: SALE. — Samuel Jtewwltter,
auctlrn^f-r. will fMI to-<lay, at 0 o'clock,
nt No 2052 First avenue. Horough of
Mnnh.ittan. the fixtures and chattels of a
Falfxin. bj . rdi r ol mortßase*-
BY VIRTI'B of an execution I will sell this
day »t B a. 111 nt ST Manhattan aye..
Brooklyn, crockery, glassware, tinware.
stock <>f housefurnl?hincs. etc.
•T. VAN i.;:i:k. Marsha!
PUKSSMAKIMt AM# MILXXXERT.
ELEANOR. '■' EAST 22D STREET.
Millinery, artistic and stylish; hats re
modelled. Ladles' own material used.
DRESSMAKINO. designing, embroidery ot
all kinds; oil and water color paintings;
srt novelties; will call at residence; mod
erate, prices. Tel. 44Tt — Chslssa. Rojrc*.
240 TVrst 15th St.. Apartment 1.
DRESSSI \KKIt. - capable; understands cut
tlnc and fitting- private famliy: city or
country willliiK to np generally useful. q<t
M maid 10 miles, etc. A. R. IUSS Fliz
gerald's Bureau. .Vi.l r-th r»v- . <-or. 4.M
lIIIMSHKIi I«HI)W TO LET
I V< R TIKNT. l-.ear RIT-erslde Drive, un-
Dsuallj attra « suite, nrtlstlcallv fur
nlshfni. consisting of fitting room, bedroom.
liresshig room nn<l riath : nclustv* us<- of
roof gnrit-n; private family: excellent a-
ble* highest •e?..ron.-<>* exchanged. point ■
ment by telephone. 5740— RlverslnV. Cnrtls.
-,U WEST 1221 ST.. ii'-ar Hrondway. —
Hlgl class outalfie room, single or double: ,
nl! conrenlences. Kenyon.
TVAVERLET PLACE. 103. — Beautifully
furnishej. one room, with private bath.
$10 per week. . ■
BTORAGB XOTICE.S. ;
To"f'K\=. T. TVXLSOX, J. L. Nan.'.ln. - H-
Randall. Mr«. A. <-'. Shaw Adele M.
I Rlque. Ur»: Co« w>n Berlan or Anna S-ar
i borough Eat '•t Louts* O. Pray. A'frrd da
I Andrade, J H i. ■ urtls LJthchlld. Jo
' sei.h A. Burdeau. Mrs. J. TV. iUnco*. :
11.-nr\ Lance. Mrs H '■-» Smith. Mm-.
B pitrees, Mrs. J. Richardson. Mrs TV.
)• lin.nn. TV. M Whlt.-lnu. (Jetirge V.
Hobart Victoria Dray. Jeremiah E. lirown.
H«-nr\ ' I Kowalaki, nnd H. P Wilson:
You nnd eai-h <^f you are hereby r.otl
flf»l tt,.it the time for th« [ayrnent of iur
lien ui-n the property hereinafter described
havlrg expired, uftvr due notlco thereof
had been given you. ot will cause BUCJI
property, to wit, honwhold coo.i», personal
effects and merchanrllse. stored In the i'o
lunibla Btorasje TV»rehouw« by you or in
your mm* lor In which you may aye an
inter-sti to t* sold at public auction. a--_
cordlnc to thf ... In such cnv made
! and provided, ftt N"S. 56 and M West -'.7th
st on Saturday. May «th. 1M». at H':.ti>
t a m «nd If th» ralf .■re.f l« not rom
pleted on said dale, th.- same will I* con
l|p.!i.,! at the same pla. c on and trery
Saturday Ibereafter. l.<"«lnnln X - at U«:30
a m until the sale '« completed.
OiLrMHIA STOItA^K WAHEHOrSES.
ritoro-.M -v
" ' CONTRACT I.
r-»Trn BIDS OR PROPOSAL wtll bi
SKA. by thi Board of Water Supply. in
received by « n j,,,.,.,, j^ Broadway, New
thr v Ao.m 810 ninth floor, until 11 AM.
">"■'• k - U< r ' .;,o 'for contract 1. for furnlsh
on M*y* „' rtnc lead seals.
iw , »n;l^"^ f and time •he bids will
At the at>o\« l^ ;J read. Tl s aw rd
be public^ • op? an anled. will be made
The
t any «tv!
Boarf -"V-a-nVlets contract ■: • stlona,
ali bids. * "•"' f contract srwiflcations.
f " r ll .^n r b/o ''»ln*d a. Roon. 1510 at the
etc.. can am » application in pvrson
ab nve «"5^^ mm fßrSwrf B rSwr particulars see
or by ma "-
City u ' rir ,, c . v - sr T i fresMent: CHARLES
JOH^' X HAKI-KS A. SHAW.
?on.n.V«lon.-M ■ ... Board of Water
J . SMITH. Thief l-:n lrv-r
J - THOM HASSETT. Secretary.
rOKKCI.OSI'HK SAXES.
SivTxom;
cWmpton. w•ii.......w •ii....... ( : f r ; 1 ->' t^ t wtiTSSd
„t 12 o'clock noon o:i that day. b> Jr.sej.n
P Day -AucUoneer. the premi.se» directed
by iald judimeni to be sold, and therein
'^iV'umf'c^n'lot of land with the
bufllLy and !..^r.,ven,en«s theroon .Itua'e
In Ih.> T'ltv Couoty Hiici State of New Tork,
and vlnr in Section 4. Block 1280. on the
Land Map of said City described as
f °i>?in : nlmr r,t n Int on the Westerly «ldS
of VVe«t End Avenue thirty feet fight
In. hes S .rtherly from th< corner formed by
th« inters.Mion of the West-ily side of
West End Avenue with the Northerly side
of Eightv-elghth Streel which point is
Sppoilte . partj wall standing partly on
thi lot now l>"in _■ ribed and partly on
the two lots ailjoinlnu the sum on the
Southerl] sMo thereof: runninK then.-"
Westerl) i.aral!*-! -.vith ElKhty--elg;hth
Str«(t. and part of thn way throu h suld
party wall seventy eight feet six Inches
(78 ft. ti in): thanoe Northerly parallel
with Wsai End Avenue twenty feet -'
ft.) to a point ..pp. ilte a party wall stand
i-.g irtly on the premises now belnK de-
scrlbed and parti] on the premises a'ljoin
\ns the same on ili»» Northerly -lie thereof.
runn!' thence Easterly again parallel with
EUghi eiKhtli jStieet and part of the way
through said irt] wall sevent) eight feet
Fix Inrtiei; (7S ft. 0, in.) to the Westerly
Hi,!,, of West find Avenue, arnl then.-c
Southerly along th. Westerly sli-.< ■■! Wt-st
Kml Avenue twenty f<-«.-t to the point or
place of beginning.
The premls«! herebi described being sub
je.-t to n certnin dfriaration made by ild
Alice DeWolf K.-arny p-oblbitlag the erei
ti. of any buil.linp or structure on part
of the* i.r»mises hereby d'scrlhed as ri'fer
anici thereto will more fully appaa*.
Dated. New York. March 17. IM
TERENCE J. McMANI'S. Itrfprro.
BACKBTT. CHAPMAN A STEVENS, At
torneys for Plaintiff. 1.">4 Nassau Street
(Tribune Building) Nev. York.
Th- following- is a <rjin of the prop
ertv to i. sol. . it* street Number is 633
West End Avenue, Horough of Manhattan.
Ity of New York.
Th.- arproxlmate amount of the lien or
charce t.. satisfy Irhlcli the ab.>ve da
',,j. I . roiiertj is to he sold, is KU thou-
S and seven hundred elght> thras. and h-VO
ilol'ars ls<i 783.08), with Interest tharaoß
in'in the sixth oai of March. i:»*> to
•ether with coats and allowanca amountln?
to Two hundred nin« ty-thr«-« and 48-100
dollars 1 $-■"■■-• ■*"■>• with interest from March
11 11)00 ether with th« expenses of the
saY -.The i.reniiHes will be sold sui.j-. t to
a ptior ;nort«aKe of JlS.»rot>. v..1t1. interest
thereon at 6% per annum trom November
;n l!«iS; eubjeci also to tenement house
violations, if any. and to any state of facts
l,l'-h ai accurate survey would show.
Dated New York. March 17. 1000.
TERENCE J. McMAKUS, It. Orr«
The sale ln the above entitled action Is
hereby adjourned to Thursday. April I.
l'H1» at the name hour and place.
* Dated. New Tor*, April S. 10OU.
TEREXCE J. MAM S. Refer**.
The ssle In the above entitled action Is
hereby further adjourned to Thursday.
April 2B l'.ioO. ai the same hour and place.
Dated New York, April 13. 190 U.
TEKENCS J. MciIANL'S, Kererea.
ri/BUC >OTICKS.
' ~ NlfW ~lOKa. SUPKEMB COURT.
3d Judicial District.
ASHOKA.N RESERVOIR.
section No. 18.
UIVSTEII COUNTY.
Notice of Application for the Appointment
of Commissioners lJ Appraisal.
PfBLIC NOTICE Is hereby given that
It is th? intention of the Corporation Coun
sel of The <_!ty of New York to make ap
plication to the Supreme Court of the Stata
of New York for the appointment of Com
mlsslocers cf Appraisal under Chapter 724
of the Laws of Vj*\>. «s amended.
.-uch application will b« made to the Su
preme Court at a Special Term thereof to
be held In an.l for "the Third Judicial Dis
trict. AT THE CITY HALL IN THE CITT
OV ALBANY, ALBANY COUNTY. N Y-.
ON THE 22D DAY OF MAY. 190t«. AT 10
O'CLOCK In the forenoon of that day. or j
•s soon thereafter as Counsel can be heard. ]
T::e object of such applkaticn Is to obtain |
an order of the Court appoir.tlnn three dls- j
interested and competent freeholders, on» i
of whom shai'. reside in the County of New
York, and a.t least one of whom shall re
side In the County where ti.a real estate
hereinafter d^scrit-efi 1r situated, to act as
Commissioners of Appraisal under said act
and discharge all t.-.e duties conferred by
the said act and the acts air.endatory :
thereof, upon such Commissioners of Ap- j
pralsal. for the purpose of providing an I
additional supply of pure and wholesome •
water for The City of New York.
The real estate sought to be taken or af- :
fected is situated In the Town of Hurley. '
Coujty of Lister and <jtate of New York.
Tfce following- is a description of thr real j
estate to he acquired in fee. together with j
a reference to the date and place of filing ,
the map.
All those certain pieces or parcels of :
real estate situated In the Town of Hurley. |
County of Ulster And State of New York. |
shown on a map entitled "Reservoir De- \
partment. Section No. 18. Board of Water
Supply of The City of New York. Map of
real estate situated In the Town of Hurley.
County of Ulster and State of New York, ,
to be acquired by The City of New York :
| under the provisions of chapter 724 of tha ;
i Laws of l$»05. as amended, for the con
1 struction of Ashokan Reservoir and ap- i
purtenance •. l n the v'.clnlty of Wegt Hur
ley." which map was filf-d In the o(Sce of
the County Clerk of the County of Ulster,
at Kingston. New York, on the 4th day of
March. IWW. which parcel* ar» bounded
and described as follows:
BeginUng at tne south-east corner of ,
parcel No. 871. said point being; also the ,
soutb-wcsl corner of real estate section IT. '
Reservoir department, (the map of which
section was fled In the office of the County
cirrk of the c.,unty of Ulster, at Klnr'ton. :
N. V.. on March 4th. If**), and runnins;
thence along the southerly . lines of said '
parcel nnd parcel No. 572. the following I
courses, distances said curves: g. Of 35' 30" ,
W. 9-HS 4 feet, on a curve of .'<.">-■?. feet
radius to the right. 625.G f»et. N 52 # so'
'W. 424.1 feet, on a curve of 2<57 feet ,
radius to the left. 328. f<-ef S. 67" 12' W.
22!».2 fret and on a curve of 483. feet
radius to the right. 103. feet to a point ln
th« center of a road leading from Lapla
to West Hurley, at the south-east corner
of parcel No. M 73; thence along the south
erly lint-s of raid parcel and parcels Nos. '
874 and 836. and partly along the southerly
and aumir the westerly lines of parcel No.
870. th 9 following; .'urves. courses and dis
tances: on a curve of 433. feet radius to .
the right. 7.S feet. s. S3' 46' W. 1000.2
feet, on a curve of 433. feet raoj-is v the
rlaht, 232.6 feet N. r,',' 27' W. 2342 feer, .
on a curve of 4*51.8 feet radius to the left, i
8.1 1.7 feet. s. 70* 5.V W. 200.8 feet, on a
curve of 2."0. feet radius to the right. 40«.3
feel crossing a road leading from Ston*
Church to West Hurley. N 15' 58' W.
IIS '.< fe«t. on a curve of 5W feet radios ■
to the right, 207.1 feet, and N. 5° 37' E.
61.S feet t,. the south-east corner of real
rstnt- section 15. Reservoir department, '
(th* map of which section w<is f!l<>'l ln the !
offlee of the County ''ierk of the County of
Ulster, at Kingston. N. V.. on March 4th. |
l(«ni). and running thence partly alone the :
easterly line of said section, continuing; :
al&r.q thf. w"-t»rly line of parcel No K7«. '
a:ul running partly along the northerly line
of parcel No. «7.">. N. 34- 14' E. 1243 1
feet and N. 47* s*s' E. 442.1 feet to trie I
most southerly point of r'-n. estate section
16. K«servolr d»partm«.nt. (the map of j
which eectioa was Hied In the office of the
County Orlr of the County of Ulster, at
Klnsf.xtcr.. N. V.. on March 4th. 1909):
th»nce partly along said southerly section I
line, continuing along the northerly line of ;
parcel No. 87.V and running partly along
! the easterly une of Raid parcel N. SS* r>2'
K. lOM feet and S. 32' 03' E. 327. f->et
to the most westerly point of parcel No.
*SO. in the center of a road leading from
; Stone Church to West Harioy; thenoe along
. the center ilne of said road and partly
along the westerly line of »ald parcel. N. ;
17* Ml' E I*» 2 T feet and N. 37* 17' E 18T.9
feet to the south-west corner of parcel No.
1 •70. j n the (enter of a roa.l leading from
Ashton to Ktngstnn; thence along the west
■ erljr and northerly line* cf said t>arcel. th»
! northerly lines , f rarr-eis Nos. U3.*.. o:t4. M 3.
J»;t2 and 300; the easterly lln-» .>f said parcel
No. 630. partly along tr.e easterly line cf
tiefore nien'U^ied pare! No. 032. and con- I
tinuing along th« southerly line of section
18. N. 13' 12' W. 1.-.2.4 feet. N. .V.i- 13*
: K. 1068. feet ana B. SO* 42' B 850.2 feet
to the north-west corner of parcel No. K9f». I
ln the renter of the before mentioned ronl
leading from Ashtoa to Kingston: thenc# !
. along the center line of said ruad ar.d the i
northerly lln»s of said parcel No. BM and I
parcel No. t»00. N. •»• SSV K. 1*^0.4 feet to '
the south-west corner of parcel No. U2B; j
thence al..ng the »e*.t«'rly lines of said par
cel anil parcel No. H29, and continuing |
along the southerly line of section '.<•. N. j
IB' BS' \V. 3i" feet. N. 18* 48' W 254 1 |
f<-et and N. 34* 26' E. 20!>.4 feat I • a point 1
In the westerly line of the before mentioned !
southerly portion of section 17; thence part- j
ly along salt! westerly line, and running
along the easterly lines of naid parcel 829! '
and before mentioned parcel No. $CB. !
lartlv <ilong the easterly line of parcel No.
i'L'T ar.d along th- caste:!'. line of parcel
No. 92«t. S. 24" oO' E 779. fee' to the
: south-east corner of said parrel No. [ij>\ In
' the Dortherl) line of parcel No. 908, In the
j cent*r of the before mentli road leading
, from A.-!:t'.:i to Kingston; thence along the
: tenter line of said roaJ. and partly along
' the northerly lines of parcels Nos. 903 and
i »f>4. N CO' 56' K. 129 feet to the south
west irner of parcel No. 025; thence ateosj
the westerly and northerly lines of Fald
parcel t>i- weeterlj line of parcel No. l'2-'l.
i tbe westerly and northerly tea of parcel
! No. li'J2. partly along the westerly, along
the northerly and partly al'-ng the easterly
, lines cf panel No. ICI. al.ir.g the northerly
t lire of puree! No. K'JO. partly along the
i wsterly line cf parcel No. 919, alonir the
1 northerly isn.-s of said parcel No. '.»i".i and
pan-el No. BIS. anj continuing al^r.K said ,
. westerly line of the southei portion of
section 17. the following; courses and dls
, tances: N. 26* "J 1 " W. 142. feet. N. 115" 27'
E. 120.1 feet. N. 24' 65' W. 1102 feet. .
N. 85* 44' B. 140 fe«-t. N. 20* 57' W. 57 3 ;
1 fret. N. 09* ,1.: E. 20. feet. 8 20* 87'
E. 95 fl feet. N. 78' 41' K. 120 f<et. N.
.',• 88' E 2.V3 feet. N. M* 11' B. 141.9 feet
i and S 72" I*'-' E. C 7.7 feet to the north
; east correr of sai.l parcel No. 918, In the
■ center of a road leading from Woodstock
j to West H irley; thence along the center
line of said road and the ictlon thereof i
and the easterly lines of said parcel and
parcels Nos. 017 and 916. S 9* 04' W. 163.8
j feet and S. 1«* •»■ W 140. f'-et to the
I south -ast corner of said parcel No. 015. ln j
I the northerly line of parcel No. 911. in the
! center of the before mentioned r ad leading ;
! from Ashton to Kingston; thence along the '
i center line of said road, partly alonij saM ;
■ northerly line, of parcel No. 911. along the
northerly Une of parcel No. 912. partly
alone the northerly lines of pan-els Nos.
: (U3 an.l f>l4. and continuing along th* west- '
.' erlv line of the southerly portion of section
17 a! W* 43' E. 1"3.h feet and S. 66* 30' E.
130 feel th<>noe continuing along the
northerly Boa of ■••'■•'' No. l»14 and , run-
I nlng partlj al ac the saaterty Itae gt saM
: Eieaft fe«t,,a>l2' 40' w. 29.2 f-et and
i n^* nO w. 47.3 feet, recrosslng the r.ij,| ■
■ , >dlna from Ashton to Kingston, to a
1 point In the southerly line, thereof; thence
L continuing along the easterly line of parcel
INO 914. rur.nii.g partlj along th^ fastftrly .
1 line O f before n.entt.-ne.i parcel No 8.1.
i and Brill cor.tlnulng along the wi-steny line
I T,r the southerly portion of section IT. th»>
: following courr** and distances: P- 11* 20/
W Mft.9 feet. S. 13* 04' W. 188.7 feet.
« 23- Xl TV. Sor,4 fwt. S. «?* 81' W 265
SLJ" S 29* r.tv K. 90S.S f-et. s 21* 3tV
E «9A.*fl feet a 41* 11' E. 447.1 fe«t and
t:" 2S* 30* B. 404.9 feet to the point or
r he°f f e t> l t"'C« : acquired by The City cf
I m.w Torsi In all the real estate parcels
N,.s. 870 to '■'■'■<'■■ both Inclusive, contained
in the above description.
Reference 1* hereby made to the said
man filed as aforesaid ln the office of the
I County Clerk of th- County of Ulster, for
! a more detailed description of the real
I estate to be taken in fee, as above de
! Sr in*cas« any. real estate herelnl*fore de
i . rfbed Is u»-d for hlghwu-y or other public
: urrjoeei such naa h » ; l continue until such
ti!«« a». The City if New York shall ac
i nulre the rlgl I to rhan«e the same.
DftUd F&i3- kTy PENDLETON-. "
FRAN'IS KEY PESni.ETOV.
Corporation Counsel.
'< nf»ice and Poet Office Address. HsJl of Re*.
i ' ords Corner of Chambers and centre
ptreets. Borough of Manhattan. New
Tork Cltr-
SUPRBMB COURT.— Appellat* DtvUlon.
Vlrft repartment — In the matter of the
! flr .pllcallon of th« Public Service Cornn.is
i sion for the First Distrl. t. for the appoint
j _, „, ■ nf Ihre* rommlssloners to OK'nnlno
and report whether a rapid transit railway
i or railways for the conveyance and trana
i nortntion 'of peisons and property, as deter
' mined t.y the imtssion. ought t.. be con
' Mrurted and operated. River Avenue Ele
vated Road (The Bronx).
PuMic noti is her*l>v given that the
undersigned William O. Pavle?. Douglas
"lathe«.on and MHUrd H. Ellison, having
i by an order of the A: pellate Division of the
i Supreme. Court in anl for the First Ju
! dlclal Department «nter.>.l in the above
• entitled proceeding on the 10th day of
I April 1(»*. bearing date the lHth (lay of
April 1900. been appointed commissioners
1 to detcrmln* and report after due public
hearing whether a railway or railways
mentioned In the petition of the Public
! fer\lce Commission for the l'lrst Klstrlct
presented to the said Appellate Division on
or about the r>th day of alaren, 19<iU. and
filed in the office of the Clerk of saW Court
on or about the same day. ought to be
tructed and operated, do hereby appoint
Friday. the- 30th .lav ot April. ltMiii. at
e|f\rn o'clock In the forenoon of that day.
Nt the. office of the Counsel to th» Public
Kerrlce Commlsslosl for the First District.
Trif une liiilldtnit. ir>4 Nassau street. In the
norousrh of Manhattan. Cftj of New York,
as the time and place for the first sitting,
and that at such sitting and at ■such ad
louraed sittings as may >«» thereafter hMd
tH>y will hear I'll persons interesf.i in the
sutd Ktter
Dated, New York. April 21. 1900.
WILLIAM G DAVIES,
nnroi.Aß mathewsox,
MILLARD H K1.1.1.-oN.
Commissioners.
GEORGn B COLEMAN.
Counsel to the Public Service Commis
i ston for the F"ir*t District. 154 Nassau
'. Street. Borough of Manhattan. City
of New York. N. Y.
HIM \KI M> CLOIHINU
LADIES.— We *111 buy you- fine evening,
strwt. dinner costumes, furs. etc.. for
highest cash value. TVrlte or phone; will
cai: personally at your convenience. Mme.
KaruU. 14* Oti »v#> TeL Bryant— «ift
OCEAN STEAMERS.
SPRING VACATIONS sEiAluff£TllH
SHCRT SEA T?.I?S TO
GLD POINT COMPORT, HOHFOLK, -nr^-*, -v"''^'
RICHMOND and WASHINGTCN, I>. C.
VIA
OLD DOmiNION LINE
THE ONLY DIRECT LINE TO OLD POINT COMFORT AND NORFOLK WITH
OUT rHAN'.E
Steamers are all eauipped with the t'nlted Wireless Terejraph ■jOBMsm
Poun! Tr™ a adin*me.l. and stateroom berth or, Old P II Mlgli
Old Point Comfort or Norfolk Richmond or Washington
-, A A STEAMERS UL EVERT WEEKDAY AT 3 P. M. fig
*?*t ! I 41 Tickets snd stateroom reservations. F!«r 26. North River. «i/ J \?
*X J " foot of Beach St. N Y. Tel. 3&00 Fr^r.-
SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLET.
W. L. WOODROW. Traffic Manager. J. J. BROWN. OeaMsal Passenger Asent.
General Offices. 81-85 B-ach St.. N. T.
STEAMBOATS.
The Great Turbine Steel Steamships
YALE -o RBATOUHB
will resume Service for the
Season on the All-the-Way
by-\Vater Route of the Met
ropolitan Line between
lew Vdhbk axd Emm
on Monday, May 3rd. Leave
New York and Boston a
P. M. every day— ls hours
direct between the two
Cities. Staterooms and tick
ets to Boston and points East
now on sale at Pier 45, N. X..
and at principal Tourist
Ticket and X. V. Transfer
Co Offices in X. V. City.
Most fascinating water
trip in the World. Ask for
tickets via Metropolitan
Line. Express service for
passengers, freight, automo
biles and horses.
Fails, Umu [Lessee
(Splendid Steamers— Splendid Service)
The Comfortable route
to Boston —by Fail
River Line steamer.
The way you shonild
go next time.
Fall River Line Steamers l*av*
New York. Pier 19, Nortli River,
foot of Warren Street, at 5:30
p. m. Get you to Boston as early
as T o'clock next morning — later
if you like. Fare $3.00
Tel. 5121 Cortlandt for Information^
KSBSOQIT ILOS3ES
1. [.-, ipi rq s-eamers leave Fler
t ivL." •"■-. N- I--- t»'t 'aril
L.l-N t. |c t- a t « p M. daily
Xe\V York-Alhany|<3undajrs excepted>.
CITIZENS Steamers leave Ple*
TT^._ " 4U. N. R-, foct of
LIAK .West 10th St.. at 5
x. v York-Troy |% « x^, »-»»■
Sunday steamer touches at Albany.
New Palatial ntwnisT TROJAN in s-rvlce.
Bl lendid accommodations. Cuisine unsur
passed. Direct rail connection at kll my or
Troy to petnts North. East and West.
VJ * / For Catsklll, Hudsf.n. Coxsa<-k:e.
an.l lntermediar- .r.- From
New York dally, I P. M. Ptsf 43. N It.
foot Christopher St. Freight received dally.
Ron jnswBCROH, poiohkekpsie &
KINGSTON, from Pier 24, N. R. Week
days. 4 M P. M.
For Newburßh. Weekdays, 9 M P. M
sundaysu n day s 'ff.tla*% st.. »•■»> a. m.
RAILROADS.
BALTIMORE & CHIO R. R.
ROYAL BL'JE LOU TRAIN?.
•'E>ery Other Hour on the Even Hour.
TO BALTIMORE ANO WA-HINOTOM.
DIRECT CONNECTION IN NEW UNION
STATION. WASHINGTON. WITM
ALL LINES SOUTH.
Leave New York Dally. 23d St. Lib t St.
W»j,hlns;ton. =lec;-»re 11.30 p»a I*' am
Washington. Plner. Parlor 7.50 «m •00 am
Wisblngt-n. Dsner, P»rte« H.'"»b 10 a=a
vVa«hln«;ton lilr.er. Parlor. J 1.50 am 12 00 n
Ws>hlnirton. Parlor 1.60 pm 2:00 pra
Parlor Car. New York to Richmond, Va.
"Royal "Diner. Parlor 3.50 ptii 4M m
W»shington. Dlxer. ParloT 5.50 pm 6-U0 paj
Wa*iilr,gton. BuffcUParlor C.SO >■>■'*> pra
Through tally Trains to tb» We *-
Cn:<-sr^ Plttsburs; 7.50 am OO am
Chicago. Columbus 11.50 am 12.00 n»
Plttsburg. CTeveland 3.50 pm 4.0«> pro
•■Plttsl.urg Limited" e3O pm . o<> pel
Cln.. Bt. L.. LculsvUle....ll pro 1 ara
Cln.. St. L.. l.ouls-.-fl!e...- »50am 10.00 am
Cln St. L. Louisville 3 pm 00 ptn
Offices. 243. 434. 13uO Broadway, f Astor
House. 225 6th aye.. New York; 343 Tult-JS
St.. Brockrvn- West 23d St. and Llb<-rty st.
Afler 6 P. M Sleeping Car reservations
snd full Information regarding trains, etc..
can te obtained at Bureau of Information.
B. & O. R. R.. 23d St. T«t. 'Phon» Sl**—
Chelsea
jzzmzzz: -
; D=(DM [B5\¥ES
; Via PICTURESQUE
I Sunset Soute
10 Days' Stopover at New ■ >r>ans.
! 1. S*l« ob 1159 BROADWAY.
CALIFORNIA RAISIN DAY APRIL 30
F.AT CALIFORNIA K AISIXS.
Low Rates to ?aci!ic Coast.
SOLTHERS PACIFIC HIMII ssOfJTsi
VI 111 1( NOTK K>.
SfFREMB COCHT.— Appellate Division.
First Department. — In the matter of the
application of the Public Service Cnrr.mni- ,
slon for the First District, for the appoint
ment of three commissioners to determine
arid report whether a rapid transit railway
or railways for the conveyance and tr*:i*
portation of person* and PropsrM, as de
termlned by the Board of lupid Transit
Railroad Commissioners for the City of
New York ought to be cofMtrocted and
operated. ' Manhattan Bridge Route. re-
PuaUc notice Is i.ereby gi-.en that th»
undersigned Randolph Hurry. Edward C.
. r wley and Rich W Hollaman. having by
ap ord«r of the Appellate Division of the
Supremo Court in ai.l for the First Ju-
Department, enterel i:-. I ■
rntltled procefding or. tba 16th day of
\t>ril. 10uv». bearli date th» lrtth day of
April. 19<>!*. been appointed Commissioners
to determine sn 1 report after due p>;i>!lc
hearing whether a railway or railway*
mentioned in the retltlon of the Public
Service CommiSßtnn for the First District
pr«sente.l to :h; said Appellate Divi-.lon
or. or about tne f'th dsv of March. 11)00.
and flle.l in the office of the Cieri of »ai i
Court on or about the san-.e day. ought to
be constructed and operated, do hereby ap
point Thursday, the 21) th day of April. IW*9.
at four o'clock if. the afternoon cf that
•lay. at the office of the Counsel to the
Puhlic Service Commission fur the First
IMstrh-t Tribune BuUdtac. 154 Nassau
Street in tho Borough of Manhattan. City
ot N«w York, as the .time and p!a«-» for
the first sitting, and that at such sitting;
anJ at such adjourned sitting! as may be
thereafter held they will hear all te-.-sons
inter(«te,l in the said matter.
Dated. New York. April 21. i'.«n>
RANDOLPH HL'RHT.
El-WAP.D C. (ROWLEY.
* RICH TV. HOLLA MAN.
Commlssion<rs.
GETORi'iE S. COLKMAN.
Counfe! to the Pub:i Service mrals
* slon for the Fir?t Dlstri 154 Nassau
Street. Borough cf Manhattan. City
of New York. N T.
TYPEWRITING A>U TYrEWRITEKA,
TTPEWRITER BARGAINS — Remlng.
tons. Smiths. Underwoods, others, g;aar
anteed; $lo up: bought, sold, repaired.
Atlantic Exchange. •.•■».-. Broadway.
VICTOR VISIBLE. T> Nassau St.: cata
logue fre«; all make* taken part pay
ment; bargains In L'nderwooda Rernlaf
\om. Olivers. Smiths
v.
OCEAX 9TBA3OEK9.
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London— Pan?— Hamburg.
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SAILING APRIL. 2t>. l r m.
«W V « feet Ion?. I*:-- tons. 2I l i knots speea.
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D'tscfcland.Apr. •», 1 pml't'leveland.Maj- -J
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Oceana. Bluecher. Meteor. Ktxrnic « ilrteina.
11. I'uring June. J'ily. August and Septem
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THAVKLLEUS- CHECK 3 ISSUED.
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IL\MBL'Ri>-AMEI£IOAN i.INK. 40 Broad
way. \. V.
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From p:»rs 51-C2-s*. North River.
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L Steai»ship»af:..at— saJl
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Carcnfa J^These horarsMM etas •
Cannaaia f erpoci service, •«*«■>«
j SATURDAYS— t'crtcightly.
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PannonU. .May. "3. noosi July 1; Aug. I*
•Carpathia.May 20. noon; July S; Sept. •
Slavonla. ..June 3. noon: July 22. Sept. lt»
*Als> call.a at G*-noa.
Travellers' <'he«-k!» Issued — <:oo<l erprywhere
THE CUXAJUD STEAMSHIP CO.. LTD^.
21-24 £rat« St.. orposite.the Battery.
Fast Express Service. _
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K.U-- • Wm. ll. May ■, tv._elie ...Mayl-^
Kprlns Wni.May 11 K. Win. <* «;r.May _3
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PLYMOUTH— CHERBG— SO UTIIAMPTO.V
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AraMc.May 1. ;; P m Cedrtc.'.Xsrf I.V 2fm
Celtic. ..Jlav >. nofir Haiti.-. .. M;,y 22. noon
PLYMOUTH— CHERB'O— SOUTHAMPTON'
Adriatic Apr. Zzssi iXeame.May 12. 11 ata
ytm)nUrHnyX9 .Tiiarn Teu:-.ni.-M^- l:> :• :'Da:«
NEW YORK AND BOSTON TO ITALT.
Via Azores. Madeira and Gibraltar.
Finland. .Apr. 23. 3 P.M.: Jure 5: July 11
Canoplc. .May ? 12:30 P.M. Jars" :2;July -4
Cretic May 13. 2 PM.; June 2«: Aur X
Romanle.May Sr, i 2:.".'> I'M :.!u!v 3: Aug 2X
PASSENGER nCE 9 BROADWAT.
©S\(LD[F(IDISGS
A limited T'Mir de Luxe leaves New Ycric
Mai- 2'". \ isitinft the Grand Canyon of Ari—
7--na. thr- T*O»watona Par*. Salt Lake City.
principal California resorts, the Rockies,
S 'UTH AnERICA
Our ?»mi-Anr/jal Tour a!! around 1 sout!l
America ieavt-s New- York on June 19. by
Lamport & Holt Line S. S. "Voltaire." A
r.tw np*rler..>-. F>ur months' tour.
BERHUDA
Sailinirs e\ery Wednesday and ?aturdar
by the fast an.! eomnsodtoas twin-screw
Steamship "Rermu.lian" and others.
FIRST CLASS <C 1-" AND
ROUND TRIP «H»J UF
ten.l for pr^srammes.
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: ■
24." !2'*" BroS)dwa>; «4» Madison Ay»..
5<V. Fifth Aye. .Windsor ArcSUteX N>w XcXtt
70 Spring and Saaisaef Tours to Europei
\ND
First Class Round Tr;p. Ut!/ I'^1 '^
©if ;i/[.JTiLL; i/[.JTiLL DAY tSi-i'^^^^j^J^iS)
ALL tSXPEXSEa PAID.
Itinerary Includes: Round Trip Jjre. berth
and meals. *• days at the rna.,--^.. _. _,
BUceoi ST. GEORGE HOTE :■.(s<• *Cy Xi
ami an entire week of i-ish. -t\lQrt)?J/
•••fins. i arr-aee drives ami ,7Z,
launch trips, a!! for Lt%
STEAMER HAILS EVERY WKPNEfDAT.
MAY IS THE MOST DELIGHTFUL.
MONTH IN BERJII DA. A para.U.*» on
earth with its exquisite eetom nat*-.<» in
th<» clearest of tuniuoi«e »at?r. Even." out
dooc r«-creatiim. Fields nf rar** an.i beautt
fu! flowers in fc nc*"u.* btoom. la>*s than
two Jays from New York by the su^-rh 1:»
knot twin screw ocean flyer "'PRINCE
OEORGsT* it-VJippe.i with wtrelessnv. THE
FASTEST AND Mi 'ST COMFORTABLE
STEAMER TO BERMUDA. Itinerary a*l
booklet of
BERMUDA- ATLANTI'" S S. CO..
24 State St.. N. Y.
CLARK'S CRUISE OF ras •'ARABIC."
fr^ 16,000 tons. fin*. :ars«?. fr^X
J Ml unusual •, steady. I I j
LJUviy*ii'u\Jii'-' UuJl^j UW\ii>lJlJli I *•**-/
From New York Octob-r W 1»9. neariy
four months, costing only i'XO AND P.
Including all expenses aSiat and ashore.
SPECIAL FE^TI'RES: MADEIRV
EGYPT. INDIA. CETLON. BURMA.
JAVA. BORNEO. PHILIPPINES. JAPAN.
Aa unusual chance- to vUit unusually at
tractHe places.
Fprtng & Summer Tours to Europe J270 up.
i-itA.NK C (.LA:-. Times Bids.. N. T.
RETURN TSI? $15 TO $30

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Holland-America Line.
TWTS-SCREW PASSENOER SERVICE
NEW TORK ROTTERDAM— VIA BOU
LOGNE.
X.Amsfdanri May 4. lOam \.v>Ham. .Star 14
Potsdam May 11 R'fi<imi:i»wiMav2i
New Ciant ROTTERDAM. Sailing MATT
2." Luxurious social Halls. I'alrr. Court.'
dlass Enclosed Promtr.ade Deck. Op*n Air
Caf£. Elevator.
HOLLAND-AMERICA LIKE.HO Bway.X.T.
|^Kl> M D" LINE—
FOR SAN JI'AX. P. R-. "LA GCATR.4,
ITO. CABELLO. CURACAO \.ND
MKRACAIBO VIA CIHACAO.
c ? Phi:adeiphia. . .Saturday. May v r->.-n
< '-; t'arai-as Saturday. May Z2. nocn
FOR LA \YP. \. iMRACAO AND
MAKAi'AIBO.
.- s Zulta Saturday/, May 1. noore
ss Maraeatbo Suturdav. May 13. noon
T'W 11. adjoinine Wall St. Ferry. Brooklyn.
These steamers have superior aci-ouunoda
tiiwia for paasersers.
RnfLTON. BLISS i DAI.LETT.
General Managers. 82 Wall st_
MARSTERS* Travel Magazine fr»e. Inaos
pensive tours to all Springs Rescrts and
Europe, under escort. sUKSIIIt 31
Went 3Oth St.. New York.
PATENTS.
GOOD PATENT 3 prooured. Perfectlne oii
developed Inventions. Peslgaln? of a^e
cial Machinery Mechanical Drawt-nzs cor-
• uly and quickly made. H. >J. Karsoa.
M Cort'.andt st.. r-om 123.
ADVERTISEMENTS and subscriptions for
The Tribune received at their T'ptown
Offlee. No. 1364 ISroadway. between • JBrh
and 37th sts.. until l> o'clock p. m. Ad
vertisements received at the fcllowfng
branch offices a: regti.ar (Hca ratea until •
o'clock p. m.. vix. : 2tW Sth aye.. s. c.
cor. 23d St.; 152 6th aye.. cor. 12t!j St.; 104
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