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NEEDED TURF REFORMS.
RACING MEN SHOULD BFTWARE OF THE
THK lYW POOL LAW WILL PRnP.ARI.Y IF. lill
pHALER ir THK TONK OF THK SP*'RT DJ
The reputable turfmen of the State ought to be
represented at the hearing on the Ives Tool Act at
Albany. Ths Legislature ts not likely to look upon
the P"^ "i,h a frl,,n'.'N STS unless lt la trans-formed
and purified. Unreal representative racing officials,
men who can speak with authority, are prepare!
to (five pledges te the Legislature that the scandals
snd senses nf 1S93 shall not be repeated this year,
the Jockey atnna m:iy be obliged to confront adverse
'legislation of th.- ssesrsel sort. In the first place, a
radical revolution must be mide In the betting
rlr.g. The bookmakers Sta? the racing organlsa
tlons Ml a (lay. On Mme days In rec.;;- years IhS
number of b .okmakers In (ns beiting-rings at
Sheepshead Hay and Gravesend has exceeded one
bun Ired, and has risen as high as 121 With UK)
I linkers tn the ring, the dally revenue of a
Jockey club from the bettlng-rlng alone ls a clear
MMe, In recent seasons lt has been unusual for
the number of bookmakers nt any Beaten rnee*
c ":rse to fall below sixty, except at Monmouth
T.irk during the disastrous days of last summer,
when the blunders of thc Bonna ft BOnl h.i.l excit"*!
es much feeltSSJ against the sesodatlon When the
revenue from the bettlng-rlng rsnffSS from $6,000 to
fin.uv) a dar thc -Jockey clubs naturally look upon
lt la an extremely important source of Income.
The big sums recelred from the bookmakers have
hal a arent deal tn do -with the piling up of
enormous profits on racecourse Stock. Thea.* sums
hav.- a's,, had much to do erith the inflation of the
stakes snd purses to their present extravagant pro
I : toa. Hut lt ls clear tn every sensible person
<-.il;es worth Jlo.000. SMJ00, saMOQ, and even
fl ? . are out of proportion to other things, nnd
are Immoderate and irnfjht to ks discouraged. The
turf would be on a much sounder and safer basis
In every way, there would be less dangerous lnfla
t. n, there would be more conservatism and a
mire satisfactory state of tblnfS if no racing prizes
were offered anywhere in the United States of more
thin sekSN In value. The Inflation of the turf ls
out of all reason. It has developed racing to an ln
jurinis extent. People ought not to have too much
of :r.ls extretnely sxettlnc, rxactlng and expensive
epirt. There are too many racecourses, there are
far too many horses In training, and the number of
t- k a and purses has been multiplied to an Intoler?
able degree. The turf should be restricted, limited
sr. 1 be put on a conservative basis.
THK BKTT1NO-R1NO SHOULD Bl CI.OSF.LY ST'PER
?very bookmaker In the ring has to pay JlOO per
day tn the Jockey club; every bookmaker 1s com
] lied to emptor elerks and cashiers, and most of
the bookmakers are In the habit of paying large
sums for Inf .minti n Of value. They employ agents
x. gstal ab relal ns with owners, trainers and
Jockeys, frosa whom the bookmakers can, through
thrse agents, infonnatlon about horses to
which Ikey have no right. The bettlng-rlng exerts
the most pernicious Influence on the turf. It 1s the
nursery* of all sorta of jobs, scandals and frauds.
If there were no bookmakers to corrupt owners,
trainers and Jockeys, the standard of racing would
bs greatly in.jr \. 1 and there would be fewer In?
stances of dishonesty. If the betting-rings are not
ti be swept away entirely lt is certain that the
1 okey clubs must lessen the number of book?
makers, must weed out those of bad reputation
and of evil practices, and must keep such a soper**
\ - ,n over the bettlng-rlng as to check dishonesty
and corruption. Every bookmaker ought to be
OOaBpeOed to give bonds to the Jockey club In a
large amount, and these bonis ought to be for?
feited If the bookmaker is detected In any wrong?
doing, or if he falls to pay the Just claims of his
Every Jockey club ought to employ a fore of
?it detectives u watch bookmakers, trainers,
owners and Jockeys whose practices are such ..
to give rise to suspicion. Entries from stables of
bad reputation ought to be refused. The hst of
owner bl trainers and Jockeys who are allowed to
take nnrt In the sjsort of the racetracks ought to
be rigorously revised and expurgated. It is as
certain as anything can be that the bettlng-rlng on
ev>-ry racetrack contains a number Of "under?
takers," or men who are anxious to put up Jobs
and to cheat whenever they think they can do SO
without detection. lt ls equally certain that many
owners, trainers and Jockeys who have not yet
been expelled from the turf for fraud, thoroughly
deserve to be expel;,..]. ]: |g ,-vident to any "ne
who ls familiar with the subject that the Heard
of Control was ridiculously loose an 1 lenient In
granting many licensee that ought never to have
been grantcl. A" these things must be amended
or the Legislature ought to repeal the Ives Pool
Some other chai.ges for the better ought to be
made also. The management of the eating-r.Kims
end of the I at the racetracks ought t i bs
held to a st:, -ter accountability. The rockey clubs
ought not to attempt to extort unreaaonahle amounts
from the caterers for the privilege ol supplying food
and drinks. In pest years the cater.-rs bare been
forced, as a rub-, to pay such outrage iusly high
prices for the privileges, that ih,-v bare frequently
made their profits by giving their petrona poor
food, fia.Hy c ...k. I and badly serve.*, raid liquors and
beer of po-.r quality serve 1 i,y dirty and r> pulslve bir
keepei-s. Greed, avarice, grab, hare been the curses snd
tifflletions of American racing;. The turf bat
covered with bussarda, vultures snd harpies, who
have been preying upon the public, clawing and
biting at everything, end aeeklng to devour ?
tini.g in the short- st p Maible time. Moderation, rea?
son, contentment with wholesome and salutary
profits. Instead of the mad rush for exorbitant gains,
must be the rule on the turf hereafter if racing ls to
be continued. Bren the fruit stands, and the sellers
of nuts and chewing-gum and other trifles, hara
been taxed intolerable sums by avaricious mana?
gers. The price exacted for programmes ls whollv
indefensible. Ten cents ls an outrageously high
price to pay for a racing programme. The price
ought to be reduced to 5 cents.
THE LE-.ISLATERE'S CLEAR RIGHT.
The Legislature has a clear right to tnatst that
the Jockey clubs hereafter shall devote therneetree
with the utmost sn -rgy to raising the standard and
Improving the character of racing, and Bhall no
longer apply themselves with all their energy to
squeezing the largest possible returns out of racing
In the shortest possible time. If there had not been
so much grabbing on the turf, if no many unde?
sirable and objectionable perkins ha/1 not flocked
In for a share of tlie plunder and of the spoils of
racing lr. rec*-nt BSeSOns, the race courses of New
Jersey and New-York might now be enjoying a
th-.roughly sound, safe end secure prosperity. Hut
during the lest ten yeera matters have been grow?
ing worse every BBB Bun. The turf has been con?
trolled and dotntnati I to a more serious extent
every year by cliques snd coteries made up in
many caeae of m.-u who are unscrupuloua and con.
erlieiralana in their grabbing for exorbitant profits
Sad guns. Thew men have cared very little about
rh>- reputation of the Sport, have concerned theni
very little whether own era, trainers and
Jockeys were acting honestly or not. They hav.- sst
themselves Hp ha turf magnates and rulers; th>-y
have trb-d Do convince the public that they were
really desirous of honorable and excellent racing,
when In truth their only aim and object on the
turf were to fill their own pickets by emptying the
pockets of other people.
Racing has been run altogether too much like a
lottery, or like Monte Carlo. Everything has been
sucrlflced to gambling and to the keeping up of
onoruous dividends and the acquisition of Inor
dlrfate gnlr with little regard to the reputation and
the honest* of racing.
Min:!-: i.tiN<i Rails ani> fkwkk bcramrlem.
If the Jockey clubs hope to exist they must mn'.:>
thi lr races, to a moderate extent at least, true
tests of the quality and endurance of horses n,
well ,,f their apeetl. lt la llOlnSUUS nnd absurd
for racing associations to pretend that they are
endeavoring to Improve the breed of horses, when
they cram their programmes with breathless
sprints and scrambles and scurries that are almost
over while a man'turns lils head. These sprint--,
aro arranged entirely to stimulate gambling. They
are put on.the programmes wholly In the Interest
of bookmakers. .Inkey clubs hereafter must give
more long races and fewer scrambles. They must
free the turf from the corrupt and debasing In?
fluence of the Tammany and Brooklyn ling- I,ot..
nf which are obj.-cts of contempt ami execration to
every decent and hon. si eltlWen. They ni'.
rid of the lottery taints. Th.-y must arlpa ont the
stains brought upon racing by the criminals and
s-ml-crlminals who abound In so great numbera
at present on the racetracks. They must get rid
of bosses. They must abolish ring methods, Thc.'
must stop defying the press and the public. They I
must employ no more newspaper men as racing
officials In an effort to purchase the goodwill and
favor of newspapers. They must abandon the
mixed policy of bullying some people and cajoling
others. They must be fair and Impartial. They
must respect public nnd private rights. Th.-v
must remember that the public ls the arbiter ,,f
all turf Interests, and that as represented In the
Legislature lt can and Will put a stop to ?
entirely unless bookmakers are kept In check, un?
less dishonest owners, trainers, nnd Jockeys .ire
prevented from swindling the patrons of tho rmo.
tracks, and unless the outrageous abuses nnd evils
of all kinds which have defaced, disfigured and dis?
graced the turf are removed.
IMPORTANT TURF MEETING TO-DAY.
EVERY HORSE-OWNER IN THIS NEIGHBORHOOD
SHOULD ATTEND IT.
Another conference of the Jockey Club committee
was held at the rooms of the Hoard of Control
yesterday afternoon. F. K. Sturgls, Colonel YV. P.
Thompson, G. Lee Knapp, Jame? R. Keene and
Perry Belmont were present. John Hunter la con?
fined to the house by an attack of his persistent
enemy?the gout The outlook for the turf was dis?
cussed, and the by-laws and some of the changes
of racing rules proposed were considered. Kv. ry
horge-owner in this neighborhood should attend
the meeting to be held to-day, as lt ls of the ut?
most Importance that the members of the Jockey
Club should have the support of the owners In the
proposed changes. Moreover, the committee ls de?
sirous of hearing the opinion of every owner In
regard to the progress made by them In their con?
ferences with the Board of Control.
It ls likely that the objectionable "boycott" agree?
ment which has caused so much discussion will
be withdrawn. The Corny [aland Jockey Club ls
not likely to become an associate member of the
Jockey flub for some time. If the Jockey ("lui.
n vlaea the rules and appoints starters, Judges, a
handicapper and other officials who are acceptable
to the liorse-owners at to-day's meeting, the Coney
Island managers are likely to give the manage?
ment of their meetings into th.- hands of the Jo, k>->
Club appointees, snd allow them to con,lu, t the
racing without a representative from the club be?
coming a member of the Jockey Club,
It appears to many horse-owners as If the Jockey
Club could have waited at least a year before ap?
pointing any person from th.- Hoard of Control
as a steward. In many quarters owners say that
th.- Hoard of Control prevailed because proxy
action is little better than a farce when the proxy
Is a.-,so<'lated with racing affairs. The last words of
one of th,- track-owners when leaving this city to
attend to his Southern affairs w.-re: "Of course
I favor this movement, but I must get as much
,i> anybody else, anti I want a member Of my
family elected to the Jockey Club." All of the
track-owners' wishes were compiled with, ns lils
agent took excellent care of bis interests.
lt makes little difference how the club was
formed or who are elected as members, there
WOUld be some objections made by persons who
ure chronic objectors to all measures for the ref?
ormation of th,- turf. When there aro m?-n to
Whom a powerful element on the turf and the
unsubsidised press are opposed elected ns mern*
hers, and one of them ls appointed a steward, the
jockey club is treading on dangerous ground, it is
likely that at the nert election of memlters John
E. Sanfoixl, of Amsterdam, who ls one of the linn
of Stephen Sanford & Sons, the owners of the
Hurricane Farm, the home of Potomac nnd La
Tosca, the best son and daughter of St Braise,
will be elected a meml)?-r of the club. Mr. Sanford
is a young man of progressive Ideas, nnd is sure
to prove a valuable acquisition to the Jockey Club.
FOOTBALL Rf;FORM PLANS.
The work In football reform ls advancing stead?
ily, and a meeting of the Rules Committee may be
held at the University Athletic Club later in the
week. The University of Pennsylvania will appoint
a delegate to the proposed meeting. Walter rump,
for Yale; Dr. W. A. Brooks, for Harvard, and
Alexander Moffatt, for Princeton, will all serve.
Dashle), of Lehigh, the fifth man on the commit?
tee, has not yet been heard from.
Walter Camp ls In favor of making some material
changes in the football rules, but he is not opposed
to mass plays to the extent that some people
thought ht- would be. Camp offers two BUggSStlOna
He savs that a man having a fair catch should
raise his arm, and that action would be s guaran?
tee that he would not try to run after he had
caught the ball. The catcher should not be lnter
! rt I with unless he muffed the ball; then any
player could get lt. If he should be Interfered with
in making a fair catch his side should receive twen?
ty-five yards. This would stop illegal Interference
iii short order.
Camp's Other proposition Is that S game should
consist of two halves of thirty minutes, each, ta?
ste 1 Of two forty-live-minute halves. He also
believes in limiting momentum plays, SS he does
not think it best to allow u team to batter one par?
ticular player. Camp gives as his reason for short?
ening th.- Vame that it would prevent prolonging
the agony, nnd that lt would also prevent the run
Dlng of th- game into the dark, when a game might
h.- won on some trick.
L. F. Deland, the author of Harvard's famous
chess tricks, also comes out In favor of reform.
Mr. I'eland belle/es In doing away with the flying
wedge. He also suggests that a game should con?
sist of three thirty-minute halves, with an Inter?
mission bet ween each, rather than two halves of
fortv-!ive minutes each.
Philadelphia, Feb. ll.'.?The TJnlrerslty of Pennsyl?
vania to-day appointed John C. Bell, of the -\ I
visory Committee of the university, to set on the
Rules Committee to purify football. Mr. Bell thinks
that a meeting of the committee will be held in
New-York later in the week.
QUroflNBURQ TRACK NOT TO OPEN' MAL''ll 1
The hearing on the motion to quash the Indict
ments against County Clerk Dennis McLaughlin
and other officials of the Guttenburg racetrack was
yesterday postponed nv Judge Lrpptnoott on tl ??
application of counsel for the accuse,! persons. Ai
a meeting of the Hudson County Jockey Club
held Saturday night lt was decided not lo Open the
Guttenburg track on .March 1.
THE PITTSBURG TEAM C< i.YIPLKTE.
Pittsburg, Feb. 12,-Pltcher Frank Killen to-day
signed a Pittsburg commet. This completes ths
team, all the old men and three new ones having
signed for 1891._
HARNESS ANTI SADDLE BDR0BI SOLD.
In spite of the storm Of yestt Play there wan a
large attendance at ths second sale this season of
hlgh-'-lass harness and SSddlS bornes, held by W,
D. Grand at the Amerl. .tn Horse Exchang?-, I
wey and Flftleth-st. The offerings were mainly
from G. W. Crawford's Sharon Valley Stock Farm.
N'-wark. N. J., and Frank Elliott's Montreal Sta?
bles, Montreal, Canada. Ninety-six head were dis?
posed of for a total of $18,420. The Montreal Stable
lot avrrag'd $27C. George Crawford's consignment
brought an average of 8207 and eighteen head of
heavy draught horses sold for 14,2fsl
GIANTS SHINING CONTRACTS.
KINDLY OFFERS I-'IMM flt UTHKItN LEAUEE CtaUaSS,
E. H. Talcott and John M. Ward ure gettltur
the affairs of the New-York Bsaekall ?'lub In good
ahapo for ins laseeeaul season, now rapidly oj*
1-r...i liing. Ward and Roger Connor signed New
York contracts yestenlay. and BSrersI BlSjnsd BSSt
trnetS fross BSaysrs ont Of the city may arrive
later In the week. The affairs of the club will be
conducted in a strictly bcMtheon manner baraafter,
Arthur H. Hell will remain superintendent Of the
Polo Grounds, but man* of th.- old employes at
th<> grounds, who have ti it t,, !, so solicitous about
the arel fa re ,,f the club as they -dion'.,! have been,
will ha*-., to seek employment elsesrhi re.
Lot!: .Messrs. Talc, u sad Ward w.t.. In a happy
fi ot mind yesterday, snd the little bUsnard
Which wis raging outside cut no figure v.Uh them.
'i ? . New-Torn players hav.- already signed .?*>ti
tracts, snd little trouble is anticipated in seeming
the other piners d.-s,rcI by ll,,- club. Ward has
heard fp.m severs! <>f his men regarding the pro-1
posed sjouahern nip <>f the teem, and most of the
m. n say that they eve snxJoua t,> take ? trip .lur?
ing March. alUiugh th.- nun will not be under
salary until April 1.
Th.- local .-lui. officials hav.? rscolrod ssreral
tempting offers fr,,rn Southern l.-'.igue clubs nropon
lng handsome Inducements if the Giants will visit
their cities during March. C. H. Gensllnger, of th<
New-Orleans Club, offers ths Round in that city
fr..- to the New-Tork club If the team will go
th.-re, and be promisee to make tbs stay of the
Giants is,th pleeesnl and profitable. Qensllnger
believes that the Giants will be able more than to
cover expenses snd BS srgUCS that the players can
be -ot in food shape for the opening of trie cham
p ? ? 'np .' ? ai on In the North.
Johnson, Davidson and I luise, the skaters, expect
to reach the city on Saturday. Johnson writes that
hs would like to arrenge s Barlee of races with
Norseng and Donoghue to be skated at Manhattan
The National Skating Association has postponed
the annual championships until February B, Well?
ington's Birthday. In case there ls no lee at Red
Rank the races will be skated near Newburg.
DEMOCRATIC ll IC II TREASON.
LUM ERS OF THE PARTY IN MINNESOTA PAY
THAT CLEVELAND S BJBOOMD TERM SHOt'LL
have come ronrc.
St. Paul, Feb. 12 (Special).?A forcible illu-strn
tion of the manner In which President Cleve?
land's popularity in the I > ema eratic party ls
w:ii,lng was afforded at the reception bo Henry
Watterson by the St. Paul Preen Club last night.
Bereral of the most prominent Democrats of the
state wcr>- Barnong Utose present, and exceedingly
signifliviiit wen- Beens of the words they let fall
in their Informal addresses in afr. Watterson's
honor. Harlan P. Hall, Editor of "The St.
Paul Globe." the principal Democratic paper of
Mlnneeota, alluded to Watterson's trent feat of
defeating the Cleveland strnddllng tariff plat?
form at the Chicago Convention of 1*92, and
bringing the Democracy lo the j?dnt of saying
what it believed -"a feat." said Mr. Hall,
"which has no doubt been the cause of all the
1 lemocr itt tm Iff n nddje ever since "
To this Mr. Watten -n rejoined: "I have
reached the sublime height of Democratic phi
los i|.hy when I don't care a d- what happens.
so lt don't hit ni.-. I cnn agree with my friend
Kelly, however, that if Cleveland's second tenn
had come lirsr h>* would never have had a
To cnn ,ho climax, V. ht Cutcheon, chairman
of the Democratlo S ate Centml Committee,
whos.- recent letter criticising the President's
poihy as regards appointments created such a
stir in the country, when called upon to talk, de?
clined tm n the ground that his position ha i been
covered and bs indorsed all that Kelly had said.
Last night's episode is th-- 0UU88 of much excited
comment among the Democrats of the State.
BALM OF TBOTTBBS AT LEXINGTON.
Lexington, Ky., Feb. 12 (Special).?Forty-one head
of trotters w.re sold by ThtteMuTl here to-day for
a total of Sl^.tTO. an average of 1130 a head. The
two chi'-r attractions of ths sala Brers sold privately
by Colon-1 Stoner, and the announcement of this
I much comment, though the sala pe iple knew
nothing of Di a ir.ir sactlon. Haronet, a bay four
yetr-ol.l | n of Baton Wilkes ard Lambert,-*, ihe
beat three-year-old in the \*> est last year, was
bought by J. F. Scott, Of Graham, N. C.,
for about t?.,<M). The fast Baron Wilkes pacer Itu
ln was purchased br ?'? D. Laird, of Mans?
field, Ohio, for sbont t'2."">. K- mucky breeders
strongly censure Colonel stoner for allowing th---..
animala to be Bold, sa men bad come here from
all parts ,,f the country to buy them, nome of the
ju Ices obtained follow:
Brown tilly. 4 years, br li,iron Wilkes, dam bv
Mamblin.. Pitchen. ii. ii. Moore, Athens, Ohio,
1335; Baron Wood, br. c., 4, by li.iron Wiik.-s, dam
by Sentinel, .\. R. Ralnsbot, Louisville, gjio; Ma?
hal;* (2 1'.*-, i. blk. m., 1. by Cyclone, dan, by Monroe
chief, Bowerman Brothers, Lexington, 82,000; Oabrl
eiia, b. f i, by s.u- Gabriel, dam by Ethan Wilkes,
W. M. Kerr, Cynthlana, Kv., 884*,; Lanni Rogers
(2:27), br. ... 4. by Baron wilke-, dam by Ash:,md
Chief, lt. ?;. Jones, Glenville, Tenn., 11,825; Baron
Nut-patch, b. e., 3, by Baron Wilkes, dam by Nut
Brood, ?). L. ai,ney, Vlei ria, Texas, Kat); bay colt,
2, by Baron Wilkes, dam by Nutwood, J. ii uni
Clarksvllle, Tenn., USO; black Blly, 2, bv Baron
Wllk.s, dam by Oeorge Wilkes, Bowerman Broth?
ers, Lexington, 8550; bay colt, 2. by Baron Wilkes
dam by Strathmore, A. E, Devine, San Antonio'
Texas, I860; bey filly, 2, by Baron Wilkes dam by
Strathmore, J, H. Thayer, Lexington, 1580' Pies br
i'.. 4. by Cyclone, dam by Monro,- Chief, William
Simpson, New-Tork City, 8886; Snip Nose, b m
8, hy Cyclone, dam by Favorite Wilkes, i Fleming'
New-Tork City, $1,380; Gertrude v., ch. m 4 by
Aberdeen, dam by Pearlee, w. h. siin, nan An?
tonio, Texas, */<00.
cm irma X WILSO* SOMEWHAT better.
Kansas City, IfO., Feb, ll--Congressman W. T,.
Wilson, Chairman of the House Ways and Means
Committee, who u in %\ tbs Coates House bare,
ls dos.-iv confined to his room, bul i . imewhat
better, an i - specta t i resume his Journey to Mexico
on Thur- lay. His condition la not regarded ss
(Turo pi* ii ti ^bucrtiacmentG.
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CLAY OR < HKISTOl'HEK ST- FEKKT.
(to Cti.or Un?iiU6? flnrpM.
A rOl'.SLK fj&fT, Wllla-i, and Ann
?U.; s.tX'u aiui- leet; power and Best ir
a.Sir.Q. KULaNL* i; SMJIIIV,. 0 Uc-k
n?u,- i. _
FI/KHSS 'J'? Ll ? WI'! li POWElt
FLOORS" 'J'i Ll.l Wi i'll l'OWLH
MKiltiil'OLIl'A.V Ki ALT/ IV LLDINO.
ME.ROI'OLITAN REALTT BUILDING,
MKU'iiI-tiLI'l AN REALTY BUIE-DINO,
THOROUGHLY I IKLI'KOOK.
lin ii arith
EVLKY MODEHN , <i.NVLMENCE,
]f\000 S^i Mil' PEET.
14 stoma lilirh. fr. rilli..' ?'>4 r-t on BM
?6 tv oi, hon. How anS william ati.
WINDOWS on mun BIDES, .
Wi.MwWh 0 - SOUR ilDESa, .
Strori.... ,?, ilfiit*.-'. best . (juijipi-tf
biuldli a ;n i i- etti .
RULAND * WHITING. I
sTitn fieal Estate (to ttl.
MIY--T. -An BBtalB building Vt ht.
Kl LAM) rt Will UNO. :, lt -l.tiiiiii-tiu
TO HOi'ELEEErEBii.-To loiia.-, jin,.:
essieasl hotel, opposite Poeteflu?>?, un Pain
ELLAND a. WHI'l'INO. 6 II.-, knnn-it.
Conntrn Fuel tjslaie -fer Sale.
A'.i.M Y lull .M').NTCLAIK.-r.,-1
Heil... properties, nil Binda, sal- or rent:
f'j-.-.l- fi houses. TUBRS 4. TAYLOR, ft
Jitvainsli ,-t . N. Y.
v FEW CBsjsXCE FARMS in Bereen,
.Morrl*, Somer**, Union, M.-una..uh. Mid
a ssa uni Masse* GouoHee, N. j., for nain
lipoa eo?v lenas; only u t>n,all i-jsi, ;.j.
Beat required. Xor parti, ular* apply
uersotislll or l>v n.aii to IIKNHY C. CA1V
mi.k. o.' Na* tao-ai., New-York.
LAST ORANGE, N J.-fhMiaM- prop'
t-rt.v for salo -. fmii!*-K.-1 sud uiiXurnlt.Be.fl
l.oukea le rerit. K D. CON'DIT. oiiw.ite
Bf K (lurch Station.
FAR if; -''Xi seres; stock and toola; $fl,
004; ,1,,-h|.. ale rea-room bouse; Sae oat.
buddins*. Brrlts quick f..r Information.
BltBTZFKLDER'l AGENCY, Mew-Hsvea,
SHORE PROPERTY; leree aeresgi ai
enslv.- frontal^,.- on det-p waler; N.w
Unveil Railroad; choice property and loia
tlon for aubdlvlsion. ATWATKH. oj
sTonntrri Real 0state do tri
<iiii.MVAl.l, ON Hi'Dr-'oN. Foi rent, 18
Mny till If, Oct,,her, funilahed house. SOB
UUalns three pi|l,.ic i.mhiik, II*.- hedrooms
?n-l i**o terramia4 room*, eprlriij **iit.-i in
con. humus ciliHKe; ample Stable;
?arden, t.-niil* lawn; lilah Bltimilon; near
Storm Kiiik 'lui., IB minutes from station,
Apply james WYLI-, Aianer, Csennalls
..ti Hudson _
ELEGANT AN'li [iBSIRABLK HOMES
willi all modern liiipiiveiii.-i.ta; eloctric
llkhta; city waler; to let or for Bale; flne,
Illillinna; lota for sale KDOAR H. ELLS,
Room II. Opera Ho.iae, '"ranford. N. I
~~KX<TIANOE LIST Hetil eatate, mtr
chhti.liae, liiielntaa property, dwellings, *<?
Eaat and Weat; copies free. FINLEY'S
LAND OFFICE, Zanaevllla, Ohio.
Citn Real estate lot Sale.
RIVERSIDE DRIVE, rt.r,<r l'?tti-*t.
Substantial, artistic, d'-t-u-lied h..u-e; low
price; send fat c-sjealar. ATLAS IM
PROV] MM.VT CO.. ls Uioadway.
-flats do Let, irmiioljcu.
a FAMILY leering for a Brolongad
p< rlod arould let i ?? , ? fun d rial
of 8 rooms and oath for ,..',?? or mora ???
i> .us.- m. proof; bosi Broadway and 8Sd
st.. stevetor; ,i ?,r attendant; good IsbIIoi
set. lee; la . verj wa . Iii ma all
li*-iit, v.-; i Bdvani . arma lo p
iiii.ii.-nt tenant. Addresa il. C., L-.x IQ,
-flats do Let, Unfurnished.
TO I.i-.T. \. r desirable nm, u rosana
am! ben) til iii i re kb bau only I**)
in nit,-' wt.... frc iii aga a.itrjinc. < all
. Hciir.-t Brooklyn.
A RARE BUSINESS Ol'POlM I NI I V.
Om-t-'iaiii.-'?? 'i Uerdwer* foi Bale foi hair
price. Audi- -n Bos U7. Marstoga ?prlsfe,
A SALOON vlcpiliy of CUy Hell, v*HI
eawhaase for eosntr) property, wini pun
,,. *,. tliia is an exceptionally a.I cbsnoa
M'UONALIi WIOOINH, I lo Nassau-at,
A HAKII CHANCE to lr...si iva thotl
s?ii.l dollars In ti,-viii li,. , .porniel com?
pany, .olin,,lillis **.-ll-,-sliii,hsli,-.| hual
li, sa. l-e.irliis > tunes! In*esliKuiloit; lo p.-r
,.-iit easrsnteed. Address LUrtlS. rata
Ti ituirie ornoo,
a SUCCESSFUL TEA* TI ER deatrea lo
lei,m ot good i ...ition srbera prlvste
s< hool trlrls) la fleeced. Address I'RLM'I
PAL 'int,no.- om.
OENTLEMAN aronid j,in f"-i t>uei
?aafl vvomuii aa partner In n Btaenmi.
hotel, saloon or say peylai buslnesa, in
eily ,.r country, h., Trlbuna "?"'
j.nts a iAii..-., uivii ?nsUiaoL 47
?rooSwey, Hoes, is j tutu.?tm coal ?r mr
rsylas *utl ??bSlvSllns proper!/; ?enerui
giiuiacerlii<r sud contract work._
"^PARTNER V, a , l r.ii - \, five mau
willi aon.o ciijiltil Hid . ip? Mein?<? Ifl "al*'
of liiveatir.f-iil bouda. Addreaa B-J* <E
PirYSlCIAM bbb BraS-cleaB opening in
:,? ...tnt, ?- bed buelnaa*, tot Dent witn
big i,r,.Mt gnarsnteed v*trr, bau
ut, c-t in buslneaa. Ai! ires l'HYSI
i IAN. P. '?. ll"* Bia. New.HsVBB,_
.11 \ m LAI N1?K? f,,r sale; proliu
over W,500 n, i. p* r yeal. Apply Mr.
Ul , ii,!?, io Warren****, M. V
WANTED.- Part/ or purtles to tiny In
t,-,, , ? rnOBl Minni,I-' iBVOBtlOB f.,r t'filt.-|
Htatea and Canada; sn unusual chance for
the formation of u company in a seri.f
Kr...t meanltuda snd the coming property
in its nu. : pa*, nts fully covered und t,, i,?
lo ii,,- ililli- -st Madel, mn ii-??; -Ult,.
with Olin lp.il- ..nil. BO lit,-, n's. A|.|i.,s
a W IIEMl'EHLY, Windsor lietel, l'hil
ATTENTION. o.U alls BBS derby lists
menura mr.. bbsj te Iju-i imp-; essen;
?atufactor) in a-uar-wt.., u, lu leafs' prac
,',,. Mil SM ?BBSS. ii AIU'S, 42S
IMS ive, _
"CONSULTATION FREE. Divorcee prl
- ? parationa, d. ? rtlon . s if.'a bud
.,.'11 damager, obtslBad; collectlona; ahud
,.? ., .. nrlvate Infornvstion, legal avldance,
,". ut,- defeBda iWI> I'Li > TORN) i>e
nd Lee Ageni >. 177 IJroadwar
DR. ROSRT-L'bI MIXIARY, ir... areal
,,.,,?,iv f r chlltilali. ?, coma, bunum,,
s , ,'u- lender mid tire) feel, ls auld hy
p. .RUY '. i ami 8, 788 Stn*sra
MASSEUSE lo Uilir- md children; also
?./?* ateamlns; will I real ai put lent's own
Mis, 1-ltA.V -es O'REILLY,
133 Waal Hlh-aL _ ___^
i*osTaoK .-.ami- ., ii.-, non-, Banted;
old siiiiip* '' "? en batters receive batter
i.rirea Aildre -. eli lui! full i. a rt I cu lari,
iil.iilliil WARD, 7.-. r.aat I Oil. at.
ty v.VI'l" B.nd hand 5 ur tl '
tower boiler and engine DB hip mit
UROSJ-i ll-' Oreenpolai ave., Brooklyn,
" anVKRTISEMENTS AN!> StfBSCRIP*
?rioNS rOB THE NH iv YORK TRI II
.'-,'; w ll I. ni; m., E1VEH AT THU
lipTOWN "I'll'!: No 1.348 Ihoadway.
... ,|. nuih of Thlrlv flrsl-at. j and Al'
v. ul ISI.MKN'H nt tho f,.|P.wins lltan.h
rsm,.-* -.'.M Klghth-av*.; 7.ki Thlrd-uve .
r,,,?,.r Forty-seicnth-at.; IBU Ehsi Porty.
?aveoth-at., corni! Thlrd-ere-j '*' Ka?t
ICfilli-?' ??*" 'I'hlrd-ave.,, 1.0-'O Thlrd-ave..
near Hlaly-llral-al., 1.7<l* El t-uie, Hld I
West Eui ly-ac.on) BL; 102 CViutnbus-ave.
~~AT~r*EDnCED PRICES-.lOO BBtSBS<
Bend wood aral Iruii loraina ?Bastsoe:
fully gaarant. cd. inachlnefy boujin: and
ev'h?n?.-d OEuKUL B EiiDY. 3'.'. M.J.
AriT.VTI"N Sewing n achin-s 0f al
lt!n-ta; new. e-'5: go d .id-h ia I SlO;
i aah "r credit; eic! ios . rc.ltc I. ai
KAI'S' IL.s, 2 l-'.l 8d .ive. 1 181 ? tl.
~A MAONirTt'ENT patented liam -
upright. Mn st made, 8140; .,!i ? 1
aarrltl.-od; wai rant- >1. avenlnga I : ?? *
A I Ll i ll.I _ !""!. H I nl'.l. ,'? I ,; io ,T
st.. New-York, woi*aho|i roarhln?*r_ f,, .t
I '.v.-r , ii-r ree: wceri-eurtss loots, t rall
um. design* arid fan -v weals; IsaabstSlS
lad brae lera .irsBjea.
T ALCOHOL M'UM'MINE amt tohaero
cure permanent!* effected; territory f,,r
artie: patents procured sad aold; l.k free.
EDGAR, TATE .v CO.. Patent Solloliors.
OROCERT STORE. -With a full rtock~
.lolnn a g.I. paying t,nairns*; resaofl for
Belling, other business, ns lOth-eve.
PATENT i'"i: BALE Iron jtlpa line;
retalla xi. pa ? IBO i"r i sal.
[ii.ii ?? everybody wanta. J. ':'iii m.
LINO, los Near-Tors eve., Cnlon H.il.
SAFER.?We havo mau.- up km nrit4
titi* house aaffM. Baarsnteed Breptoef;
tur price. 818 I worth flin. Call and el?
li,Ina Uam. P. H. OKOSS. 400 O'war
ADVERTISEMENTS AND SHBSCRIP.
riOMS KOK THE NEW-YORK TUIll
i .M, wii.L BE RE< EIVED AT THK
lt ri OWN uKHi'K. No. lue ajisedtsBJ.
2A 'l'sir nortli of Thirtv-flrsr.-tt.; >*nd AD?
VERTISEMENTS al thc following llrau, li
tangie: 2Si Elslrth*e?n; 7*0 Third-.*. .
irrner l-'i.riv *cv till'.-st ; IBS Eaat Porty.
a-venrh-st.. corner Thlrd-u*.i>. ; |gO I:.i-*t
I'J.'.lh-st.. ra?BI Thlrd-sve. j l.OCtl Thlrd-.i\" .
near Blstv-flrst-st.; 1,708 iTIrat-ave.; loo
Wt?t r"o-ry"ecoli'l-sb ; 11)2 Cclumlmvive.
AUTISTIC DREe>bMAKlNG; Imported
rsshlooB: notul onlTs at soon notice and
n.ou.pi'e price* Ifra. m'klkov, -t. ssstt
lllh-st,, between U'wjy and university
A.? A.?DRBSSMAK lilt, elegant cutter
and utter; I-i ?> .1 iy or at heme; perfect fri
guarantee.!, velvet, --ilk or cloth mil's meda
In .me w.-k for $10; foncy walats. en's
uni lall Bowna B specialty. 41 East 101L
si.. near Ilroadeay._
ARTISTIC DRESSES made from 85 up
Olia month; tailor ma l'\ also ball, even?
ing, reception, wedding and theatrical
, ii,..ni niiui ordera Bl Jihort notice;
Bli. ,ii, BBmaki ?? nt out by the say ll
Bast -"Hi i.. New-i'oik, and o DsXSttV
u\.... Brooklyn, _
X ARTISTIC l'IU:ss.\;AKIN*i71>erfect ftt
ting costumes; handaome dresses, $12.
MME. OWEN, 1." West -JJd-st. __
MIESSMAKER?Ry experienced dresa
meker, Brat-clssa litter, .i.-sir'-a t ire bi
gag-inenrs hy the day In t!rst-c|H?e
families; will ,-emodel; highest reference.
1>.. VA Sth-ave._
DREH8MAKER thorough, deilres en?
's by day or week. In or out of
city; hlt-hest references. A.'dress Miss E.,
Iiox MS, 1,348 Broedway,
DRESSMAKER Will a?w In f. I
the dey or week; $.1 n.'klv: can til well.
Addn aa T , Box tl Till nj I "-. ?
DRESSMAKER would Ilka a few more
rust- ni..ra, to go ,,ut by the '!hv; children'I
c|..i h.\s ii specialty. Address M., care
Flynn, IIB w, ?i atd-at
uki \sMaki.vi. and BUlllBery tau?ht;
,!.ea i.iid ha--- n id ? in latest atria at
. tstlsfa t! ,u Buarsnti .-I; rr.
steneea riven. SQUDDEK St COLE, '?H
DRESSMAKER, late of White, Howard
& ...... latest styles Bl short notice; PST*
faction In Btting and designing; fancy
I summer silks, UUlor-mada gow rn.
BCOTT, 206 Weal '."Ji-? ._
Dill SSMAKER won ta a few more cu?
hMBBIB kt lum.*; sultr, from *fl up. H.
EOX, 812 West BOtli+t... BOW Riverside
"STYLISH DRESSMAKER?Perfect St-"
ting dres.^ea made REASONABLE, 841
Gth-ave., l?-tw.-? a 47th SB? 1 4Hth ats.
HANDSOMELY Fl RNI8HED ROOMS,
with llgtit. heal and t,Hth. to gentlemen;
rent moderste. 21 w,-st iiith-Bt.
NEATLY fuml-h-d room* oa tlr-t ot
bb ? ad Boor to j/.-ii'ierwii; referencea. ao
West Uth-at., le-t*rrT.n r,th and (Kit aves.
10 West ,1<)th st. Sui*-- -J roosaa and bath,
Beaty sid--, to sub-let: meeli a ii
WELL EEUNISIII-I, ROOMS
house; hath; every coBvenlence; whola
fl,, .r BS sui'..- If .!.-sired. 22 Weal Hrth-at.
?.'.TH-ST . 133 WEST.?Second-story front
room; Bunny exposure; buiird If wanted.
MTO-BtT, 128 EAST Superior furnished
large and am.-ill riMinis; terms r,-as- noble
EST U'.-.i-ST. -halntll;.- furnUhed
s.|iist>- roon; aourh.-m exis.siir.-; he.it;
gas; hath; also handsome Puck purlor;
dentist, physic! m ur two gentlemen;
breakfast If desired.
"844 west 3STH-ST.?Well appointed
' with prhu!,- I .itiia; bualn-.-ss men j
i ? ferred; Board rens,.niii.ie.
UNrTTRNISHED ROOMS for K*ntlenvn
tmly and suliahle as ,,trices, litfi East
l.lh-st.. near I'nlon Suuiue.
*3oar5 ano Room?.
PRIVATE EAMILY. Two sunny r.voms.
.ul; t'-nus moderate. 71 W Ml
" west 71TM-ST. Belect board in a"
Southern family; references. CASHIER,
i - - H. * 3,188.
ITH-8T., tl west Nicely furnished
r,,.,ics, near Mh-sve.; . Ilenl board ic ir*
b) ; tel n.s reitsonal.Io.
kith st., :!7 vi est.- '. uh board, i ne
; >inill room; ! ?-. i. tobie board.
.l-*l-sl'.. li:, EAST (lir.'n.-r.'V I'.irk."
DoBlrsble rooms; generous uii.i--; avery.
thing I!,- !- 1.'-- : privllega puv.it- pir...
r. saonsbla ; referent ,-s.
_L':;!iST. 4i:i WEsf ?; i rooms; good*
board; k'"?i houae; good location; good
terms; ki \
""?UTII-ST.." H WEST. I!rlgh?. clo. , lui
snd BreH-fnrnlshed aecona-atory front
room, with excellent tabla boord; aim,,*t
opposite Manh.utan Club; lest |. cation in
SSTH-8T., 4o BAST Large sall room j
\ . ll.-nt table; ri fen t.a,
Ai.l.N rs IA ER> WHERE. I-dies and
oentlemco who can oiietste sewug nu.
i-i.in---; sss UBprovemeat; work- ga Ml
kinda et aewlng Bjechlsea; roessBrefl ipacea
and foida all tuck- auton utl,-u:|y; sells
lt,-, lt ; Inrge pn-li's. Inc o-,. " atau.p.
UOLDslAn, kl Centrs-at.
a PRACTICAL BTNERGETIC hwalnaas
mun to represaBt us locally in un .-x
clualve Un.- of Mist.un; nrj?t lie polite and
educated; salary and expensea
with expert,-:,.-.-. A. Ii. TEN UROEl'K,
is L'nlv. _ _
BxFerIENCED HHIRTMAKERM want?
ed lo w.uk ,,ii . i.-loiu wuk. Apply 14
Venn nt lt., tirookl) n.
OOOU BALKHMEN WANTED lo Intro?
duce a n,-w paten) toilet auep vasa in New
York City, prim ip.,n> among hotels, res*
tamnnts, ..itt,'., bandings, etc., etc, on
commission; n, llb c.1
Address Hi .-Tl.Ell. 860 Sd-eve.
?.Ainu m:i;. a tborou blj expertem ,d
sorklng rardeoer and i!,.r,?i bsvlBg not
leas iiian ihr.-c aeaaona' axpertenca In thia
country and with aatlffactorj icsili.oiilais
ii io ability and rbarscter; a young mar?
ried nun preferred; t-, such ? perauncul
poaitlon la offered, so In I ia both i<.rt,,s
cte Bttlaiss ?.i...< l." witt ii - and
i,..i ihe gieendfl extend m Bswiy scree,
and taro BBalstasis ar- ,-un-t.intli .-n.plo'.ed.
Anplr, bj !? tier only, BSdreBaed io 1?,1
Mad i ann-a v.*.. New-York.
MEN, women, r.'.-is and oiiu.s for
a n<w buslneeB; 88 i dav anally mud.-.
Samples uni t-rms free Addreaa C. E.
MA USU A I.E. Lot k|?,:t, N. Y.
DALESMEN WANTED lo -ll ouri.bi
by i.ui.pi,' io tha \* 1,, ,i. - .ii-- sn i retail
Hale, s.ll on Blsjat lo avery huslness mmi
or tirm, lll.eial salary mid exp.-u ??* pi .
pt -c. no nt position. for particulars ad?
dreaa CENTENNIAL MKO. CO., Mllwuu
WANTED.- A g ?iitl.iii.iti. a.". to .'m years
of age, gtsxl address, ono Boqualnted willi
ar. i Itel 's pr.feiTed, to aollclt BUBBCrlp*
Uobb tor u ii-H.f* j.,u-ii.ii with an aetsb*
lisle,I i.ipuiat|,,n. Andreas '/?? H., Trlbuns
I.Mitl.S WAN il.li TD WHITE AT
HOME, il* weekly; so eanvae-ang ii"
p,v, with ?tan,| ed envelope, M! ?-. i'A.N
Nir, ii i.';Non. boeill Heed. ind.
wan lin' Protestsal cook and laun
di. ss in small family; reference. Call
morning until ll o'clock, No ll
Eas! rad st._
WANTED. Man and wife, gardener and
c,?,!k, r ,r r.mu banda; no
HoLM EM. second floor, 1 Js Broadway
WANTED, a pi.i,ti cook, washer and
Ironer in a private family ls a bones with
chambermaid and welt ress, in the neigh
botrhood of lmii-st. and fit ha
wag'-a eer luuiiii, uni sddreeB COOS*,
ll.ix I. Ti-lhuii.. i lill.-,.
WANTED L-tdlea to "du Uglit sewing
at home, work sent tu an* BS< rt aa HM
l**!d fur by thu Basea; "end ?laiii|.-l .-u
i.p.is- for full partti ulara. lllssl IT
KM BRO] I.) itv i',>, :?; TfBBlBBt Ituw,
llu-tnn, Muss. _
UJork tiJunifb. _
A. WM I, lIAltTI'NO.
Expert Account ant und Auditor,
liarnea Hui! ling. Room 40. 'il Perk Row.
v v.ii'Nii man heady wah loots and
tot afruM of worl. WSBtB ?> place in
factory ta- at saytblBg. I'ETEIlStiN. ?.nu
l..,,i Jilli st.
A STIId.N.- V'Oi'NCJ MAN would Ilk,, to
|e?,n t, be ,i rShBT Addieaa I IA K EH,
01U Grund au
\ fJOOD foi HQ MAN would like i?
learn lo rei gardener; he is
willina; * . In| m ll .'Ul,
iENER, '.in Orsfld
\ \,,!Ni-, MAN s 'Set em
i in ? di nu--- n ornoo. Addreaa
ALEX TR \ \*>. 32(1 E. ll 114th st.
ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPER "
? , ll tent I ve;
E. L. ''., SSB
A**s|KT \.\ ; iii i.k KEKI'l IR -..ul gan
p -it " i ; .in
Opt ra', t. , .-??? r ? , . I M Cl I 8 0
I er ?.*?>, ii: ai refer nc*. kC4 i .
!;.,* l-l Tribune OB ???
A M(|,|i,,E M-.E1. M \N di iir<
lion na collector o? to do general w .rk In
dary moderate; hight <' city r?t
t rene* a and security gi en. Address ll. Y.
lewis, i: a soi, .;., tun, N. V. _
BAKER.-Ah good third band; city ..r
eounny. P. H. SCHMIDT, 113 Eorayth-at.
BOOB I* i I ri'.K cs,,,, i ai 'i
oB< ?? i ..ii agu 87, !: -i. - fi .ii ? .? it
Innot Itrosdwa) Imp.rtlna house,
bookkrei r olary, el 600. ASSIDI I I V.
Tribune office. _
Ip.'.Kl* Bl I'ER. ll ?". ,'? gncd ?," n
id a',il '.i i III n up . ac i.u ita :i IJu .'.<1;
.! .. ni pr par d, sin I ol loilble i nt, ) i
will tuim i h:ir i! nf B set, ,,f bo "ks ll r.
requiring entire Him pn ?? moderate;
ll ? i, r.u:. e. '."."r ? . S C., S, ir
legate's Oftic ll i ' ? i-i ', . N. .1._
BOokllEEPER, CASHIER or PRIVATE
SECRETARY. By aspell accountant; sa*
periei.d handling corporation, partner?
ship or private nccotinis; hes! of refcr
ence given. A. M, Trlbana Office
I'.ooKKEEi'EH. cashier, colled r, r
i ,- eci tary; good atenocrsphei.
city references, .!. PIPER, BOB Weat
BOOKKEEPER AND ACCl
? i ui?!? ? ntl .-, English un,! Oermai
reapondence; long espeiienoa on record
? ?: ed to position of trust; Al ref
rrenrea. whee. 180 Porsyth-at
BOY, Is. Wi hi i ii situation BJ assistant
... i, is 7 months experience; cnn
furnish good references. TUM WARD,
r,ic, West 88th-st. _
DOV, IB, wli .ii In olllce; fair
penman; willing and .'Milrina-; best or
-. w s.. Bos l, Tribune Otnea
I'.oV, Mi. wlsh-.s sltui'tlon nt anything;
cnn furnish 2 vhs' reference from last
employer. A Ureas E. TURNBEROER,
n* \\,-st tath-Bt,_
i Ml I* EN'! 'Ell, tatiPi" t-itiaK.i', .-arvin ir"
machine op. rat ir, beJW sawyer and gen
sro] min-lifiie i and ; either 1 ranch. Ad.
dress I . K. POTTER, Ida Priiiiklln-eve.,
CLOCKMAKER deMres employment;
has 8 childi, n lo aupijort; very ii.dv.
IIITNER, . I" Stanton-**. _
(XERK -Uv young man, 21 ns shipping
clerk or anything in wholesale house; best
reference. A. I'. A., "31 Dean-?t.. Brook?
COLLECTOR or BOOKKEEPER Hiv?
ing work Rsturdaye and Mondays, deeiraa
employment Tu-sdays. Wein.-slay. Thurs
dsyi Prtdayi Bach ereek; wages, $2 days
employed. Addreaa bookkeeper. 20
QROCER Aged 80: 4 years' experience
in England; wholesale nr retail; low
salary to start; total abstainer; wll
recommended. BARRON, 455 llth-st..
CASH I EH By Herman, 80, married,
formerly univ officer, ns cashier, or other
responsible poi lon; bael of references.
Addreaa OFFICER, "W. -kly Guido." 66
1 Ll-.KU. liv youii? man. 23 years of
sea in- had 5 years' experleeee tn as*
porting house. '?. E. K? Box 4. Trlbuna
UAlti'EN 1 ER, 84, Sith tools, wont* work
or anv ktad; 1 aty or conntr; ntl ne and
obliging. Letter Box, 842 Bael 7*">?ti-ir.
CAKE-BAKER By a ';.:uin, 22, t^n
muiths In this country, situation us sec?
ond or third hand. HANTS, 1.718 First
DETECTIVE, private, wanta more work;
sim,lon lng. In veal Igst lois; secures Informa?
tion fr,,rn nn> pan if. H. or Canada.
ERM. KEELE. 77 lst-st.
ENGINEER and MA' HINIST.-Elrst
cliiss. licensed; u...rln.- and statlon.irv; 20
years' experience erecting and in charge of
references, E. HENDERSON. 18 Klng-at.
EN (J INKER. , ???',-- sn li.r. with
!:e-t prSOfl ol ii'mlm ut'-ll, r.-i'iir..* a, BO*
?l-i,n. cen -;? ?-. French <> rmsn and
Boanlah. Adare*! B. WNlSTEIJf, '251
il.'. riUCAL Inatrument maller; any
kind of . Pct11 a' work; 18 years' e\.
perlenee; los wages. electrician,
care L Km mig, l'?" 7tVa\c
- EN'ii.is'iMA.v, iut.lv randed, *- 4
batcher, willing to work on farm or at any
thmgj underssHnda feeling cattle; can
milk. N PARSONS, care Mr. Saunders,
ali" Weal gBth-Bt._
i-,.\ ilk! I'M i li privet** de tec Ova wish.**,
anv kind of i;ii,plo.iu, it : Ac ? r cut. una
experience; mod-nil.! remanration;?
(1 , arirthlria ttnv 'Tl:,-,-., anv time. IluNA
BA ll il., ll,.11:1 .'., L5 1 ,i-- itth-t.
ELECTRO-PLATER Fir-t tlaru; all
m 'iils |olS, alli i nickel, tra**, bronze,
bia u :?.-? ; oxl I ling ".-ul dips, prontlng,
-tc ; Al references. W. Pim XE, 78 Lyle*
...sr ngfle.id. Mans.
OERMAN CLA-.-ES fo-med lt, V Y.,
,N. I . Coou. A-?ph to Or. B-VRKMAN,
o'..*, II, uri.-I , Brooklyn.
OERMAN AND aWOLISH COMPOSI?
TOR wanta situation In newspaper or Job
understands piesawers. Address
WILLIAM SBIT/.EIt. 717 EsstBjtJItHBL_
" HONEST Christian man. 30. wants alt*
nice work oe bosIbbbb. w. Ij.,
cir.- .!. N irgean. .".l's Pth-ave._
JANITOR. By marri,-.1 man, one child;
cere flats; son-drinker; long references.
H.. 600 ;; I m.-. _ _
JANITOR, By yung (married) couple
or of .-ne "i nata man la
? In all repairing. C.
Elli.Ell. .'!'u !?; .st ..-U-.ti-s!.
Mai IIINIST. Bra* lesa waatm Joh;
would go i-i-' nr s utb; English; Al ref.
?SIMPSON, iarc uf Terry, SOI
NIGHT W'ATCHMAN.-By a mao with
li I...I-- . (perlenee; flrtt-claaa reference.
ciiw iiori,liuVD, SOO Qraad-et., Hu
l'ltlVTEUS <i ..-.-I. all-around printer
wan:-, st,ad* altuatlon; non-union; us,-.! to
bet nrat-clasa w,,rk. PICA, B x
IS, Tribune. Office._
PAPERHANGER and PAINTEB By
young man. prac tics] workman; has all
10 ll v..,ms **.,rk In cit* or country,
moderate s/agea. Plesaa address LUND
BERO, W4 Atlantlc-sve.. Brooklyn._
PAINTER and paperhanger; thoroughly
competent, wini's poeitlon ns foreman; SO*
i to fina work; s yeera with last
, .ty ,-r country. NU8KET, 3')S
PHOTOGRAPHER, thoroughly exper
tevetoplng; g.t references Ad?
dreaa C. C., 101 weat lOlat-aL; McCarthy's
I'BESSMAN Al - il lille ? 1 T
J I, WOTS. Address ll. HoKFM A X, SJ
"""bli Milli!.: good san nary r
plumber i-,.uls sltu.ilioii : citi or cou try;
t;o.,d refcrentea. V . Van 7. TribuneOfUce.
Poul'! i: ,,r w v n iim.vv Hf anAmerl
l>. B., alu Mun
i <u ; cup.iii, :? by trade.
r.. --i, RuBoken.
PORTER r'E'-Tl.-MAN' or JANITOR
i gie m.m. 88; not afraid to
wuk lu ? t-rate **avs; caa run ale
?/al * \. tONBR, BK* Bradford
si . I ir . KIv'.
SMART .. >V. li) y-.irs. with best refer
en. as, \. I trade. would
nuke himself useful; t crsmlth pre?
ferred. J. lt.. 40 JOB' -st.
BHAMli-'INO AND HAIRDRESSING
? oded ut their bomea by eonv
p.-t.-nt ung lu.Iv; terms moderate.
llAlltl'l.' ' ,:i*.. ll! East 71si-st.
STEWARD, Pira! cl i is; hotel, restau?
rant or dub; apeaka Prenoh. STEWARD,
Ul Waverley PU e
SECRETARIAL WORK wanted from ll
. I ',' ll n n v. .?!! odin at, .1, li ps
writer; exeellenl city references; ll a da*.
II. MORICE, Bob 60, lu Baal Ifth-at.
STENOGRAPHER and Remington Hi
m er, with rm Ino; ha ? bad experience;
salary moderate. M. T., J:', Lextngton-av?,
RHEPHERD.?By Bingle Pioteelsnt; ,l,.r
oughly acquainted with the cars of cattle
snd snoop; could Baals! superintendent ,,n
large place, Mrs KEROH, 808 Weat ;;7tii
Kl ENOGRAIMIER. An expert m. u ..
nph rd bea evening employment; b?us.
fi, 'I.... guaranteed. EaIISTERvj jiU\
Two Boys. Bl mid is, wish tu work at
anything, or to leant a t mle. Address
111 NEV ll VIII lld ls' ave.
TVI'EW Rj 1 l.K. *? lill, loan, will ^
ervicea for d -i i >m; in -.id**..*
World oi Tribune Buildings preferred, i:'
lt. S., 27D U. ? 23d ,i
WANTED i'ii ., %? supetint i,,|,.. Y
, r ..ii eaSate, sher* loading ability in atri
iiiin;r.ii and h rtlcu ural ana r, ts re.
eu red ; advertise! haa axa ut:\., ?hiutv ?
ba*, nittiiagcil sn ,essf,jiir am handlea lab r
with ul rn lion ; onl) hist ."a^s i-.s.t.o,,
asnted. Hov 18, Unto Perk. N. S'.
WATCHMAN"! PORTER OT AT'l'EM.'
ANT un Insane I* Canadian (SO) strictly
? i i. Cen li, ea Ad.
drt i J i: ROI ni Kita ttM ;i i sve.
V"s In Hie inn.*, wishes -itu.-uinn na
watchman; gi>.,l r.niiieiidiithsis \V
YOCHI M. 448 West ?ih it.
Wli LINO vol \.; nu.IlIMAN* wlsh.-s
situation lu a privet* fu.illy, wuiii,K and
'I1'.*.i,a. imaiworth) mid sober, Addn-aa
UoiTltV, :;is Tu. ava. awowBae
W-. it-iiM *.n.- Nlrhtorttiy p. r. ? ,,
'' ? ' ' s Arno . two u-, 11,
? ?i io., i fj ',
m"'!:.;;;,,':;;: - ' ; p?*?uaPammS.
' ei.ivvtei, j SJ irumman.
hi'.!* lan led i mi I ) mi ni .f tat k mi
ol nbllglnB will a A f'r ,?,!?':
I IIOMAS PAOAN, Itu White*
W III El.will..11 I ii, J~ r,.,,,,!,,"
ii o. ran lc gea wuk bra?los?a.*?agon
noa I es rnpsli ni ,,r nd klu,u ^ , i
n?n.iiiio,. p.,, :,j-. V/BaUlell, N i
v..in.; MAN isV where i. ,?? .??,? .
u, *""? esperleneed in dothlns bualneaflj
willing tu wink at anything. P D.. 881
Bun.ptei-al.. Drv-jklyn. ' ' u" '
yOUNO MA.',', l'?. would Uko a aitui
tP.ii of on* kind lu- nod r-frc.ce i all
.uni \ i ir, -lo-, i. o' Mr*. Helm,
178 AUenUe*ave., Br ohlys._
VOE NO MAN. 8T, with a Mir know,
ledge or l-'n.I!?.li" and Oermsfl, ir-uiti work
st en* thing. ?> kl; in, it.', m* mi vt,. -t._ '
~\*$vitd iRThHMAN. will ? BU Bl ?ny
tl ? _ |,? **j beat ref rem ?. Addreaa
TRUSTWORTHY n ,x 12. TrtbwnB onv e.
rOL'NO MAN Obi wishes slluatlon In*
w ii..|.sf.P- or importing houat-. HUOO
MILLER ? I t Hist-si._
Vi" .m; MAN 'J!, d Mies a poaltlon of
sny kind; strong und willing; best of
reference Address E. JAQUES, 100 Weat
Vor\i; MAN" wining to do anything
whatever ir ray p aver, as I do not wish
to I.. Idle, li V Ml'NAO, 21 Ist-ave.
Vol Nt; MAN. 2s. huvlng -aperlenca as
Bsiesmsn .-ind In general oin. a work, de
alrea situation; good penman ami SST*
reepoBdent; eveilent references, ti. A. E..
Room C.. Kemble Building._>
VOVNO MW. 19 v,.ir- old wlshr-i a
in un OB.Ce oi wboleaale house;
willing to Ina ru : win. asaaatM of sevssce
... r*M BsBkettat.. Ilro'.ki'ii.
A Vol Nd LADT, 17. typewriter Mal
stenographer, good pcnm.-wi In Enailsn
un I tp-rm.'.n. wants ali tuition for smsll
Wages A, dress STEV HiUAl'HEK, l.',7
BOOKKEEPER double entry, dealrea
t., wipe up BOOBS monthly. Addreaa H. A.
BE! BEL, fJuuenburg Postofftce, Hudson
County, N. J._
SI'EN tl .HA I'll Eil ?...,-i 1 YI'EWI.nER
'South Preinl-r, exp Tl nCe-l desires poal
I'.on. or win leeeiva work st oirica; rates
leseonehie. Mi-*, .lt DSON, rt new "iii,
\ timi, rhilt, Ruilditi'.' ISM N?-*an-s',.
Domestic Sitnationo tt)aiUt.o
A LADY leaving city would like to get
flace for rueful-man: city or country,
'resent employer's, Bi.". Vest 4t>th-st._
HITLER or COACH.MAN.~By~a fair
complexioned young colored man; thor?
oughly understands the duties of butler or
coachman, In first-class family. Addresa
C. V. S. U3 I'uin.li-vt., Brooklyn.
BUTLER?By a first-class Fi ench-SwIsa
man In private family; thoroughly under?
stands all his duties In every respect;
willing an! obliging; good references.
Loris, ii greenwich-see., near fltn-svo,
BUTLER?A gentlemen d-sir.-s s situaT
Hoi for bil butliu, can <-oii?c|eiitio'i*lv ???.
rog ii.eii.1 bim fur Bobrlet* * id general
v. c. M.. 1,21: Broadway.
~CO0K, WATTER oe VALET--By a col
ored man In private family; city or coun?
try. Addresa FRED BROOKS. 211 East
"OUCMMAN and OARDENER.-MarrTed;
eight years' good reference; woul 1 take
charge of gentle-nan's country place. Ad?
dress P. L., 144 22d-at. and 3d-ave., Brook?
00Al HMAN.-liy ? leliable Protestant
slnisl.-j; has Ions- and eacNfa/'tory ref. r
?nce?; care/u! driver; country preferred.
A. T? 1.701 3dave.
COACHMAN or .SI.CoNDMAN.~-By s
dnirll Scotchman 27 ; flrst-Ouoa icfer
snees. Call or adi ??-- 631 Pjrk-ave-,
Iisi ncaa store. _
" i OACUMANe-A lad*,, compelled to po
to Eurolie thruiiirh al, knees, wishes to And
* situariori for her BOsehBSUS, whom she can
*ei*} hi?ri!y recoirimebd in everv reseeet.
aVsarSBB il- A. E.. earn Mrs. M. BS
Stevens, Castle Point, Hoboken, If. S._
COACHMAN.?By a thoroughly experl
en,-,l. single Protestant man; competent
ai. 1 reliable general worker on gentle
niiin'i pince; civil and obliging: careful
ririv-er; city or country; first-class refer?
ence. Address COACHMAN', 5 Moirla-at..
COACHMAN?By a first-class eoarh
ma.i; understands well Ihe rare and treat?
ment of horses; go,*! huntsman; also do
French cooking; etty or country; go-id ref?
erences. Address R. LL'CREY. 123 Weat
24-h-st , Boom 8._
COACHMAN'.?Ry a single man. who
takes thorough care of horses, harness
and carriages: same kept In perfect c<
ditton; stylish-appearing driver: sober,
civil and obliging; attend furnacea and
lawn; otherwise useful; fair wagea ex?
pected; no objection to country, well
recommended. Address ENGLISH, Box 1.
" COACHMAN and GARDENER.-By a
single German; soher, honest; thoroughly
understands the care of fine horses, har?
ness, carriages; safe driver; also good
rider; personal references; city or coun?
try. ALBERT FRANK.ENFELD. care of
NV,lln.-r. T8 Stanton-st.
COACHMAN.?By S single Swedish
man; understands the care of fine hort-es,
carriages and harness; 10 years' llrst-class
references; last employer can b*> aeen;
country preferred. Addresa A. 8., 200
COACHMAN or SECOND MAN.?By
reliable young man: English: alngle; city
or country: best references. OROOM, Rog
SSS, Tribune Uptown Offlcr 1.242 Broad?
COACHMAN.?By first-class man: single;
thoroughly understands his business,
horses, carriages and harness; careful
driver; city or country; generally useful;
eily references. COACHMAN. Do 4th-a*-e.
?'OACHMAN and CSEEI'L -MAN.?Not
afraid of work; thoroughly understands
rare of horses and driving; city or coun?
try; good city references. R., 243 Wert
COACHMAN.?By colored man; 12 veara
with last employer. Address H. rERGU*
So.V, .130 Eaat 63d-st.
FARMER. ? Reengagement wanted;
i in.ri .-.m. 88, married; 2 small children;
horoughly competent; all farming, live
tock, outdoor gardening, choice dairying:
ll thlngr connected with farm or care of
vntlem.-.n's place; one of the best lists of
eference of any man In the State. A. B.
?'., Bot 174, Dover Blalns, N. Y. _
FLORIST and GARDENER.-By Ger
msB; expert In growing roses and violets
and all olher flowers; graperies; hot and
Mid frames; frulis and veget.ibl-s, and all
jther work on gentleman's place; married:
two children, 0 and 10 years old; best ref
erence. Address H. PAL'RE, florist. Pearl
Kiver, Rockland County.
GARDENER and i'ArFeNTER.?By a
?Ingle intelligent tlerman, in hotel or pri?
vate place. RICKA Ul> BOLTENSTEIN,
iee East tssth-st.
GARDENER .--Single. .7ti; thoroughly"**^
periencedl in greenhouse and v.-ger?.ble
.-ar.l.-n. Address SYLVESTER CORDIAL,
Bl Rose-st.. Nevv-Rochelle.
GARDENER.-By a thoroughly comped
teat Scotchman, married; 22 years' expe?
rience In growing ferns, orchids, green?
house and store plants, graperies, vege.
labhaB, Ste.; first-class references from last
ind present err.ployeia. Address X. Y. '/...
Hos 24, Kastings-on-Hudson.
"GARDENER. -Strictly fl**Bt^la~aa~ maJT
ried, one child; 17 yesra' practical ex?
perience in greenhouses, graperies, rosea
regotsMoa mushroom-- flowers, lawns. Ac;
:an take full charge of genlleman'a coun?
try place; good city references. OAR.
UK NE lt, 41) Orxwnwtet^ave._
OARDENER.?By a married man: small
family; strictly flrst-claaa In all branches
nf gs niseis g; wishes to take general
charge of genlleman'a country place; hlgh
bsI refereeoea Sor partiiulars. apply O.
AMHHYX. T2. l-rosp-.-t Pince. Brooklyn.
OARDENER and ^I*OR.>*iT~By a
* ?.. ?? rasa; IS rears esserlsaoo: can take
charge of gentleman's place. P. K.. 3lt)
OARDENER By a thoroughly experT
anced grower of roses, carnations, violets.
vegetables, fruit sad ganami Bgardening;
excellent references for > haracter, ability.
K? Bos 86, 1,242 Broadway. _
'? ".DI SER and EA KM F.1L-Br PKiTtT-'
al nun. married, nm. child. on gentleman-*
.ia..-; wife llr?t-,-ls?. |.tut,*r w-jinan ; rerer
?noe?. Addr.-As GARDENER., 1,197 laU
GARDENER.- Ry a married nun; thor?
oughly posted In nil branches of gar*
dening; K's?i references. Address M. c.,
Boa 868, Myack, N. v. _
READ OARDENER lr dertrtands the
cultivation ,,f all greenhouse plants, grap?
eries, fruits and vegeiaMes. mushrooms,
? tc . tive yesra with present employer,
OARDENER, Bulh-st. end 2d
ac , South Bi -,klyn._
marri! 0 kan, 3b, williag ga se ssr*
bing; uni!- rai.hi '- cir- ho.-.*- -pesxa Eng.
duli, ir,si,h iiaittii and Spaniel). Call or
HULLO 1> 2.M W'-t .I3d-?t. _
S , i IN i i d AN.?By yoniit man, 2V ; beet
, v rel r-n-e*. Aittr.v's VKTElt, Bi>\ lix,
1 .;0 llMsdwny. _
t'SEPVL-MAN Si-ie with good refer
- cr and honest; needs work;
niiderslands furnaces, house and kitchen
iv.iik. can rake eare of Invalid. Addreaa
I'MESON. UH W'St Stlh-Bt
I .MIK!'!, MAN?- English; thoroughly
undyratiinda lever/ kind of hoiiaSiwork;
toot r preferred: best personal elly refer?
ences. A. F., 160 East 4l>th-si., Sil Soor.
I'SBI'I'I, MAS By young KiikIisIi nan;
thoroughly undaratsnda ail kinda <>f house
a irk .mi finn,.,??-. doctors preferred; llrat
, : i | |, isotiiil city references. Address E..
it!-1 E.i't 18th st _,_,
i si KILMAN. |Kiit<'-. el.** >t<|r runner.
!? . , Bpeaka four langua*-c?; cl'.y or couii
,., nrsi . Ibm rsieiefttds. L. \. v.. .ii
lit Ttirh-ar. __
W'MI'I'lt Touna man. apeaklng* E:ig
llsh and German **?ni? p***,l|l',n: 4 years'
experience! HERMAN Bl L.HTER. 438
: isl r'l-'-' _
" WAITER VSEEl 1. MAN. Intelligent
young Herman, neal appearance; willing
and .Minina- understands furnaces; not
air lid of work; eicellant referencaa.
BEj I .vul'T a%VcU U,h"
Domestic ruinations COanteb
AT rAl!l'i:NTEH'H ORIGINAL EM*
l-l HYMENIT HOUSE, los llih-ave.. we
hine !>est coachmen, gnioiua, gardenera,
f.n uihuiids. faun foremen, usaful-inen;
married "i single; nil nations: ala.* fa?
nni.- Ii.'lp. well ISeeSBSBaSSBBSi estab?
A UESI'E'TAIII.E WOMAN aa* Ural"
class Uundreaa or hoiiaecleunlng.hy day ur
**eek ''all oi' wlilreaa Wi Koa! .'.itli st.
\ Mll'l'I.l. VilEI, liennau widow
wlshea te flo out hy the day aa aesm
nu eas nr sick nurse; can furnish refer
erne. Addresa HEAM*-iTREt>*i, 1.808 lat*
Domestic gitiitums CDantco
I MRS. L KEEL/,
OH WEST 22D-ST.,
I FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
i MALE AND FEMALE
I EMPLOYMENT BUREAU;
i ALL RE' I,KENCEs
Ml; Il TEY INVESTIGATED.
Servant- br.-1kl iii er, .-.ive men ta will
tte dl-mi.sed from ollie.: and forftdt all
cljlm to ree paid.
Brooklyn Odce, 518 Fulton-it-,
(.omer Hanover Place,
! MRS BACON'S I
: EMPLOYMENT BL'REAV. I
? 8.10 Oth-ave.. I
: Mrs. Dewitt Wilson. Fro pr'et res*. I
l formerly with Mra. L Seel*. I
: Foreign end Don,-*ii-. Help t
t of ell Kinds. I
: All orders tra prompt!? rilled: I
: ?peelat attention to country criers: I
: reference* are strictly Investigated t
; and on Bia 8
A HIGHLY BDfTATBD Parisian lad*
(23), I'ro'esrant. speaking English, exeat
lent French and German, drawing, paint?
ing In oils and water colors, desire* si
place tn New York; family of refinement
preferred; references MMe. L G., "l.lfBJ
Morton-st., G> rnmnlown. Philadelphia*.
c*OK. Ry German cook; experienced
baker and dessert maker In all atyles;
?V.-ak* English; references. 002 filh-av-*,,
JA'-gt EN H Hure|.|.
COOK, ASSIST WASHING WAITRESS*.
CHAMBERMAID ?!? two competent
Swedish glrla. reference; city. .-.'in'ry.
Gall Mrs MALMBERG'8 Bureau, M 4 th?
ai,- , upstairs,
<.'')<)K .^Tly"first-class Swedish woman tai
private family hy day or month; first-class
cltv ref.-.retiBBB. wages, $4.". Ad.ireaB
ci*"K, 31H Baal .13d-at._
COOK t.etent German; undHS*
stands Ihe BBSSSBBS In all ihe brunches)
excellent reforences; no ,,i,je, non t,, 'he
cuntrv. Call, two days, lKj Kaat 34tB
st., near Rd-ave.
COOK -LAEMiRESS and ('HAMMER
MAIL. -Ry two reepeetSSlB girls, sisters;
SSS a thorough c,,.,k. the other a flrat
claaa laundress and chambermaid; or
would do ihe entire work of a small
private family; flrsr-rlaas div reference.
Address SISTERS, Tribune Rranch ornoo.
L8B8 3d-ave. ^
cook and I.at'nkrkss?usefi'w
MAN.- Ry young woman and husband;
good cook and IsBBdnaa; man useful; i*j
g's*.! walter; color-d, best city references.
BS BBat 5!>th-at.
ctiOK Ry mid 'I ,..,-. ; rel iMe i'.~d>
estant cook; good bread and biscuit maker
small family; country preferred Address!
COOK. Mox 20. Tribune UptOVS ofTlcw*,
CikiK Rv Sctch ProtTsTint ""-giri fa
small prlvat> fanni*: good elli r -f.-r-ne***.
Mrs. RETHEltF'iR ? 5|,..si.
cik<K ic?By young wA"maiT"as~goo4
cook and do coarse washing understands
soups and desserts; h- I tarsMS' cty ref
erence. BM Dthave,, one flight' np
lOMPAXloN ami Ir.v.in arte ;i,n-.~~Mw
woman of refinement- ehter'u' ann uam4
toking; good reider end wrire- h;.n,.n
reference. Addroa B., i'. U. Box Jg
SM West Hth-st. ?"???.
Cook --CHAMtrsmMAID.-By two ass.
Ofed girla: on- as cmg and Ismailia?, rho
other as cbsmbcrrnsM and wal tresa city
or country. ADVERTISER, i are of Mrs.
Lee, Ml Wesi SKh-st.
CHAMBERMAID nnd Wai '. REqtXZE
Swedish girl, go,*! reference. <?? East
CHAMRERMAID and WAITRESS-Rr"
a 1'rotestant girl as chambermaid and
waitress or r! ,f-i washing In private
?family, -"-..'t vVast .'C.ih-st.
<HAMBER.MAID.-By ~i-tn expeTlene^e
young girl- beat city reference. 50 East
CHAMBERMAID" and ~WAITRESS~By
a young girl a* first-class chambermaid
and waitress- best city reference. 831
CHAMBERMAID.?By a r*MUBB sSrl 88.
a small private family; hag good city rof
-erence. M. P., Mox li. 1.242 Rroadway.
^CHAMBERMAID By compeienr chan>
bermald In pr!.-ate family; thoroughly un
derstanda her du'l-s; best city references
Call or addi, ts U2."> lilh-ave.
CHILD'S NURSE.-By a young Protes?
tant; can rake entire charge; highest ref.
erenoe. Write stating full particulars.
ROBERTS, l'l 4-Kh-Bt. Rrooklyn.
DAY'S WORK.-A > ung w man to ge
out washing or house.-leanlng.Calt Mrs.
YENSON. 149 Weat Olst-st., top floor,
DAY'S WORK.?Respeetahla young Wt*.
man to go out by the day; good houao
worker or cleaner; willing and obliging;
Mra. EDWARDS. 12t> East 43d-st . rose
DAY'S WORK.?Laundress to go outbw
the day washing or take home. HATTIE
GREEN. 213 East 97th-st.
DAY'S WORT or WASHING.-Ry s
respectable eetasaal woman t> di dav's
woik of any kind or to take home washing
by tbs doten. J, L., 211 East I08d-?t.
GERMAN LAi>Y. who can speak snd
teach German and French, also give IB*
atructlons in music, wishes piara with re?
fined family beat references. Addreaa BL.
KI.1PPEL. care YV. Scheurmtui. Staple?
ton. BJ, I.
GENERAL HOfSKWORK.?By young
German. 3u. In hotel, private or hoarding
house at once; city or country; beat refer
ence. Address by letter lt.. .".2 Avenue A.
GENERAL HOUSEvTORK---48fa rV
spectable colored girl. Call, two days, P.
J., West tlal-st.; ring Reed's bell.
"GENERAL HOUSEWORK.-Ry a Ger-"
man girl In flat; good cook and bread
maker; good reference; honest, willing,
obliging. 443 W.-st 13th-st.; store._
girl, 25, In snail private fair-.ll>; flat pre
ferre-1. HERMAN. Elsi. Avenue A, Bear
HOUSEKEEPER?By a young woman
of refinement to look after a home; cap?
able .md willing to asrlst with any house
duties; good aaaiBslnaa; city or country.
A. A. ROSS. Brook!yB Roatofnce._
""HOUSEKEEPER-Ry a respectsbls
German lady. 70 East ltth-et.. 1 flight.
" HOUSEKEEPER.?By a woman so
working housekeeper ,,r maid to lady,
where other servants are kept; references,
Addresa S.. MO 6th-a*e._ _
HOUSEKEEPER,?B> 1 ompaWsl middle*
ag>d wiles*; fond o' chiliren; Md rae
i <.n.| onsatlon ; unq'ieetionsble ref, r-nce*.
Mi*. PAUL, Ml I rtoi-st n-*okl*!i.
"HOUSEKEEPER?German woman wish?
es situation as h iwsekssper. M. SCHMIDT.
482 3d-a*e. n.-ar 32U-st. _
IRONER Bwedlah young woman BS
Ironer by the day in private family; thor?
ough!*- experienced and capable. Miss
ANDERSON, yi>> Eaat 31d-st.
"LADY'S MAID.-By a competent Swed?
ish girl: excellent seamstress snd dress?
maker; good city references. H. ANDER?
SON. .131 West 16th-si.
~LAD1ES desiring wemen to work by the
day c*n be supplied by the RIVERSIDE
DAY NURSERY. 121 West ?S3d-st._
LAUNDRESS. Rv an excellent laun?
dry* goes out bv the ,Uy or rakes wash?
ing at home. Mrs. CARSTENS. ?0t Eaat
""MAID.? By respectable young girt to
sew and walt on elderly l^dy; best ref?
erence. Call 320 Eaat 40th-et.. top floor.^
"DAY'S WtlRK. ?Hy well-reoommendell
woman to go out by Ihe dav. or will lake
washing home; ta a g,s>d laundress. Mra
CURLEY. 1.729 Park-ave., near lilst-st.
MAID. Ry middle-aged French Swlae
Protestant: good dreaamaker; flrat-elaes
div referencea. Address L. P., Trtbuns
." NU RHE.-Ry s young Orman girl as
'nurse U. grown chlldten; sss eaalst wita
Ibbbisb; some knowbdge ol music. D. G.,
l.tV9 lat ave. to,. Hat._
~NURSE.-By French girl, apeaklng COT*
rectlv; sews and la obliging; referencea
JACguiN'S Bureau. 0O2 Sth-ave. ^
~NI RSE t Invalid lady, treats massage)
willing to navel; best doctors' and T years
best elly reference*. 828 Weet Stith-eCl
flrst flat. e?^t_.__ .
NURc-E A respectable wi*msn, wits,
peraonai arwl doclSTa' refereraoe. would
like s position aa mir**; no objection ts
institution. H.. 234 Eaat 29th-at.
" NURSE.?Take entire charge of infant!
can sew if roqulred. MANNING, 881
NURSE?A middle-aged woman aa nurse
to an invalid or for 'ight housework le
small family; good lome desired more
than high wages, excellent references.
A'lilresa Mm. WOODARD, cere \V. Vam
bar. 24 Uberty-sl._.
NERSE or MAID.?By a young ITerioh
woman aa nurse or maid to children, nest
sewer; no objection to country. exceHasg
ref-rencea. Addreaa 173 Wea* ?Oth-sC
Ni'RSK and "srAJaBTRESsJ."?By w-B
reemmend, I North German Pi\*testsnt|
four years' referencea, g* >d Bewmalreaai
line needle worker; or tend lo children;
or chambermaid and seamstress loo EseS
34th st.. near Sd-ave. <
"NURSE. By English Protestant: twereg
years' eaperlen*^ arith Infanta and young
children; thoroughly competent. !*?*! dir
reference; former employer cen be oeee.
2f*l West 111th st.
MUMS or COJIPAMION to InvsiiBT
or elderly Isttr e- slefc.'*)??-^Zg2?
M. E.. ?sro of H., 717 Proapect Place,
"RESPECTABLE WOMAN, giving up her
own home, wishes BB work In small rrlvste
family for her b.*ard: moderste ?agwe OBJ.
pectrd. Addreaa ROBERTS. 1,84* Sa-a-rS^
RES1KCTABLE young Oernvsn womsa,
good nurse, will do housework^ wsnla alt.
UHii.ii baal references. D. K-. "lTltmee
" SftAMSTRFSS By an Int.Rlgent En*.
Uah girl: aailat with cliBratierwurk: will?
ing to make herself genara'.ly useful: city
"r counlry. Mlas A. WOOD, lilrooklya
l'oat office. _
""SEAMSTRESS. Itv s competent sesav
al rea* and dreaamaker bv day or kessel
good aklrtruakar; neat Onlaher; rimodal
ling ala., docs family sewing. A larool
DAVIS. 1?> Weat J4th at._^
' SKAMriTRKSH By s rreooh girl SS
cou,p,?t?nl saainalress In S prlVBte faAltr.
.122 East Mth-at. berweea raes ssa. t?e>