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POINTS FOR NEW MEMBERS
jTIQCETTE GOVERNING THE WEARING
OF HATS IX THE HOUSE OF COMMONS.
, p O'Connor In Th« London Mall.
First, he has to learn never to mention another
_„a » ^r by hi? name.
It' often happen* that daring the first weeks of
, new Parliament a member is called to order by
?he shouts of the House and by the intervention of
HJ! speaker because he insists on talking of • mv
Mend Mr. Jones." or "rry friend. Mr. Smith."
tVha't he should say 1* "my honorable friend, the
,rMr.IK" for Eiankshire." or "my honorable friend
fl member for Bally I- 1
in order U. do this, the new member, when he
« thinking of rising to speak, should get a loan of
'"Dod" from ih« sergeant-at-arms, who always has
• copy. and should there find out the name of the
LSBRssMy which the gentlemen represent to
•riioffi he ha« some idea of alluding.
Second, the new member must learn the use
cf n trust take it off when he enters the House
u t trust take it off when he enters the House
,mi he must keep it off so long as he remains
iiandir.*: a* the bar of the House, and. indeed.
until he reaches his seat. He must also, of course
!j; c off his hat when he rises to speak. If he
i?stjes to attain to the courtliness of the old poll-
En he must also take off his hat when he leans
XWard to epeak to er.other member. It used to
£T the custom for every member to take off his
wt whenever any other member alluded to him.
"I Ac not agree with the opinion Just expressed
vv the Hon. member for Ballyburg," says the mem
tar for Blar.kshire.
The member for EaliybursT. if he wish to be old
,. woned s -nd to adhere to the strictest letter of
Stair. will immediately take off his hat.
There are other u?ee of the hat to which the
M » : member cannot attain until he has been some
?-if in the House. For instance, if he have a
Bseticii on the paper announcing his desire to have
¦ return of the number of officers who are at once
j. -be receipt of pensions and members of the
House, or if he desire to learn the number of trees
trticb have been barked by nursery maids in Ken
cjligtor. Gardens, or if he bf in search of any other
form of official knowledge by notice of motion, lie
mtmoetf his motion by the simple expedient of rais-
Lat-avU hat. The member raises his hat: the Speak
£ doe? the rest.
By and by. when the young member is a Minister.
re will raise his hat when he proposes a big bill
cs it* second reading, having set forth its main de
riils on the first reading. But that is for the
?snjrc.
Tfcere 1? just one other hint which it is necessary
• c give the young legislator as to his hat. He
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rtirlaii diseases, flexinus baekiche. nervou*
!l_ without «ur?er>-: send for book end
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, jsj Brcad*-ay.
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jr >- V method. 17 years' expert
ence HigheM referfcaces.
CPTENTAL COMPANY. 181 Broadway.
A.VTIQI"E OBJECTS OF ART.
H~D GAEDECErT importer and dealer In
H a=ti Bue8 ue objects of art: Louis Xl\ . XV.
m 2£ P.ent-sance periods: painting.
wWei. trocaies. embroideries, etc. 422
<th-«ve. _ —^— —— — —
A>TI»IES. ETC.
't\\ r«TPA~ & JAOOLETTYTAntlQue~Fur
"ffil^binet Makers arc French Pc
ttSrt First class rtpairine- 1.27« Madi
sen-*ve . Xcw-Ycrk
«• 5. HTMMELL, 575 MadSson-ave., near
S6^-«.— 014 mahoganj furniture a epe
• <la;:y. Ar.ttque* restored. -
H FRICNI> 24 Fart 24th-«t.— Old Mahog
»r> Furr.'.ture. Bric-a-Brac etc.
, .- m»v?CT' ?40 W. 42d-rt.— Curios in
CcppffT Brass' Tewter. Bric-a-Brac old
t"nt. *tc.
AXTIQfES. CCKIOa. sn^VEIU
OLT> CURIOSITY shop.
H. A. LANTHIER.
854 Fearth Avenue, between 25th and 26th
Tinwter Ma New-York. Oil Palnt
«sr ari fiesler in Fine OH P«'J«
-oi Rare Oifl Portrait* and Gems by the
Old ' l_sttrs. Aacient Anns and Armor.
\Vork» of Art. c
Appraiiencsts for I_eurance« and sur
f*M* '».J-' C " J '" 1 -
AT EELS' S ART GALLERY. 105 W*B* *2d
*t ctar «ts»-ave.— Anticues. . curios, old
j»«''i sLtwaie. rare fane. pßint:ng*.
-rues ar.d weapons. Old gold bought.
1 JSGXVnA.V PALACE. 472 4th-»ve—
fctod* of <"urici, amrs. i!rar*ne«. lamp*,
vrrrlrj- »'WTOrii. arti«lc braes.
CSAtiO __TU)CS— Co.. lltt Wfctt •!— l-et..
t.ya and sell* oil mahoesmy. tilve.-. jew
«'jy. Color.. china.
C I^JP.ENZBN 1.666 Broadway, repairs
intiqo'fgad' rri^derr furniture. Antiques,
r-.r r'.vf-T bought and *> id.
ANTIQUE FLRAITIRE.
ANTIQUE Clawjcot Sofas. Tatles. Bureaus,
Chairs. China Closets: real ol'. MCL
LEP-. 445 East M-*t.
ANTIQUE Clawfoot Sofas. Tables, Bureaus,
Cfairs. Cfcira Closets. Braes; real old.
VI SALVO. --"'' Ea?t 4-J-£t.
ASTIQCE FIBKITIRE REPAIRED
iT^^nTRir.NT. successor to Ph. Vohdln.
Ri"T>airi:i»: ot Antique Furniture a spe
rlilty. 4" F— fX 2Mr:-£t.
AN t:LI2CTRO_OGICAL INSTITUTE.
6;"l"£jTrLUoT 7 ?"" HAIR.^MU-EsT^EliiTH'-
I_T.KS. racial sSsasnsnaa Permanently
Rcmc-.«-!l. Treatment giiaranteti Rheumat
itzn DjsrienEia. Constipation. Sleeplessness.
Jkervoue^ess. etc.. Treated ' Successfully.
Ccnculiatlcn free. Dr. H HERMAN. Eiec
trolfgtst. 55 Weal 2T.:h ->.t.
AUTOMOBILES.
BEFORE buj-ins new or second hand au'o
incbiles get our prices. Special bargains
idways on hand. Autos stored without
crarge. DC BOIS AUTOMOBILE AGENCY.
2Su Broadway, Hew- York
\j t ABTJIEALEKI.
A, KILLER, 2U3 Sth-ave. —Paintings, Etch
isci 1:«. Mirrors. Gallery of Ameri
cas Paii-.Ungs. Restoring, iieeildiag.
PICTURE FRAMES and fine art, water
colors, etchings, oil paintings: regllding a
*X-ecjaJty. PHILIP SUVAL. 577 Madison
avc.
AWNINGS.
Ai:;:r.:<~AN Awning and Flag Factory. —
Canopies Chairs. Tables and Tents to let.
V. r-K_L.rON. <X»6 6tr. -a ye. . te>?hone call.
-£»tn.
AUI IKICIAL rA_3IS AND PLANTS.
ANHNTLY preserved natural plants,
len_ . tic. E. N. ELJiORE. successor
Trcpical Decorative Plan: d 37 West
14— i-et. Boston branch. 1&8 Columbus-aye.

A SEW fEATIBE.
-, .„_-,-_.-,_ _, _ . . _ _ _ _
BkING THIS AD. WITH YOU, and see the J
handsome a.l wool suits we are making
** your measure for the unheard of price
$10. Vhy hesitate? Come to-day and make
ynur se>otiorj — them when convenient. 1
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R«turc»rs uru: iO r- m.
ACTOGRAni LETTERS.
AUTOGRAPJi LHTTFP-S cf "famous people
wJ^^iJ? 14 Bol<l WALTER B BENJA-
V .'- l.ia Broadway. Send for prtce list. '
DILLIARD AND POOL TABLES.
V.. -HALL r, IX>:ui;nof 138 BoweryT— New
and *eoond-hand billiErd and pool tables.
AU kings of b:;i:srd mppliet end tepairt.
Tire DECKER El'.liariJ. Pool and Combina- j
tion Tailet sac t:i nuppiles. «E«t. ltao.) 1
Catalogue free. DECKER. 103 East 9th-st.
f"J'.Ji- and hllliard v. .c» for sale; ul«o to
¦ rent. C CONSTAMIEN 575 Hark Row.
r.ew-York.
Hi -'-'Mr*P pool, combination tables, eu p
pliei. repairs: prices low; honest goods.
LAHM. Manufacturer. 61 «tfc-ove.. oppo*ite
•Vir.arr;aker'B.
EZLLLVRD AND POOL TABLES, new anfl
*ecor_ hand; lowe*t priced' easiest terms.
MARX EROS.. 24 Uruon Square.
Brsi.vEss ciu;.ces. _ _
ATTENTION:— ereepUosaJly intelligent,
j well bred woman. po_<esslcg every requi
'•'«¦ QuaUf.^tlon, deejre-s nr_ucial backer
"5 ep«s Eut_>rr«n inn: Jocstt&n <-.ptioca): ro
npcserite. - ¦•.--** A. LATOL"B. Amp*:*. |
ADDITIONAL CAPITAL PBOCCBEO for
mercfctr.u, manufacturers and others <Je
"''¦t to erter.d ih»ir basiress; rtores, bun-
SjSLR 1 *?* •2^ culckly. If'DOXALD 4
"iQO_vs. 140 N'stta. -£t
IRBT CLASS drug busings zrA general
•tore, -nth building. ftock en<J fixture*.
£t*'t" y y tr £* A - J - TIIAP -I J . Bedfca-(J
**£*££*' " l:: : TOUH' HAND BOOK"
reii^S'' Pattay *conomlcslly secured and
Pro£tab!y eolfl. INVENTORS' COMPANY.
I
rfJ "_Vt,^m B . car to Me where he puts it before
willSt rS«ri«S BP *s k> w and * yen in the midst of his
hi« mrt££ »««¦ .? nd when he '" «'most choking with
to kSin i^fJr° IJc Peroration he must never forget
hat I? £?y r ' e ?u? v L of . of his pye at hts
rSmitiV, w. 00 " 1 . 1 he i 9 sure to slt u P° n il when ne
a« th, ,j hls , at ' ,5 lld «hou»h th« joke is as old
th« H,Ji «? l t<;f>ir there is noting over which
• crushed hat Commc>ns lau hs so consumedly as
the h rfr«t°Vi n rl. mm * mb€r when he enters the lobby for
him and .1? m * y x ect somebody there to meet
ImSgSne tv,? fS« S Ot , him - and P"hap» he may even
nonf^hrnfrV^v^ is pome m sl >c ceremony to be
on« through before he enters inHde that glass
fe th f or 6 m^rd S ay Of Wh!Ch haS haunted his
I remember the first day 1 entered that ir»hhv I
to oo^ l^* „!'* H ™ s was" posltlvefv tot »hy
V nt " t ,L Hol^°- al>a I> ) ted for somebody to
take me alone Nobody took me alone and th*»
¦•jLnfJ"* over anl I had never entered
All the young member has to do Is lust to walk
right into the House. It is only when there his
beer, bye-election ,, that a member requirerspon
sors. In a now Parliament every member is on the
v Th f.. y. OXxn X member had better not say "Hfar"
hear fO Borne me * fter h0 ha entered the as
sembly. I remember the first time I heard a mem
ber utter these words-he had had about two "ears'
seniority over me— l felt startled at his audacity
It was some weeks before I was able to get to that
point. And the young member had better not
speak for a little while. He has to learn some
things before he Gets on his legs.
But if a member have made up his mind that he
is going to be a Parliamentary figure and thit he
has the ability for that position-in short, If he
know that politics is going to be the main purpose
and occupation of his life for the rest of his days
then the sooner he brains to take an interest in the
proceedings of the House of Commons the better.
Disraeli said long ago— and he succeeded largely
by sheer industry a.s well as by genius-that the
young member should be always in his place in
the House except when he was in the library
reading "Hansard." And the house takes to a
man who attends to his business there
Of course, there is the Scylla of overtaking as
well as the Charybdis of Parliamentary neglect. It
is impossible for a man to know everything and
therefore it Is right that the House should resent
its being addressed on every subject by the same
member.
The very first night the late Sir George Campbell
—who was a very brilliant and almost an om
niscient man— the very first night he appeared in
the House he said something about land tenures in
I -eland, about crops in India, about wine in France
and roads and bridges in Scotland, with the result
that he was then and there damned: he never was
able to make a position for himself afterward in
Parliament, ai.d yet he was one of the ablest as
1 niCYCLES.
1900 TRIBUVE, Crescents. Featheretones
on exhibition. Great sacrifice 1899 models.
Mutt te sold. THOS. WARD. 05 Barclay-»t.
BATH CABINETS.
7" **^T *"' 7 IRWlN'S^contTlns i all I
I I ,^*T>, /\ I best Matures of all the j
j y? I i ___ (V ether cabinet*, with sev
, j ft J\ ' "'-a-^l eral entirely new ones.
l/*;iL rC 3^^"] making them the "only
1 «S?^_fS?^ perfect Bath Cabinets."
/Tv^Wya W ! Will cur*- or :-elleve n ost
! 1 a - v
/ ifcS^^'S : Cabinets from S5 to $12.
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h-^Qa <fir ! -123 Chambers street.
• 3 r i Now York.
UABY CARRIAGES & GO-CARTS.
1 CHANDALL CARRIAGE CO.. 669 3d-ave..
manufacturer of Baby Carriages and pat
1 ent Go-Cart- of the newest and lest lea; 1
Ehown at our warerooms; open evenings.
1 UIIOOKI.V.V SCHOOL OF ENGRAV
ING
PREPARES pupils for practical positions;
branches taught: copper plate, monogram
and address die*: lettering on gold and sil
verware. W. WOOLSEY. Principal. 431
Ful:cn-st.. Brooklyn.
BOOKBINDERS.
i A. WE GUARANTEE the best work at I
the lowest prices. Established 1&?7. B.
LOGIN. 1.328 .Jd-ave.. near 76th-*t. L st*
tion. ,
NEUMANN BKOS.. 7 E. 16th Street, near
sth Aye. — Binding of single volumes or
In quantities in any style.
j B. J. SCHAEFER. 24 Beekman-et. — Book
binSlng cf ail kinds neatly done at mod
erate price*.
BACKUS GAS HEATERS.
I ONLY PERFECT GAS HEATER: blue
; flame; no odor; no chimney ventilation
i reeded: healthful; moist heat: 1V» cents per
hour; 70 degrees in zero weather; the very
perfection of heating. Salesroom. 106 East
23d-st.. New-York.
BOOIvS.
IWEIWS SiOT !T(PfE
For nearly 20 years on Broadway near 10th
st. has removed to
£23 BROADWAY. NEAR 12TH ST.
Everybody hr New York and for fifty
miles around knows Lovering. His store Is
j headquarters for b"Ok-lovers and book
buyers. All kinds of books to suit all
taetes ana »') pocketbooks. Historical
boohs, biographical, religious, scientific,
books of travel i<ookh of action, books for
children, poetry etc.. etc. Anything you
want, and positively at the lowest prices to
be had in the Vnited States.
Encyclopaedias en sale for a eong—
pleton's. Chambers'. Britannica, and Peo
ples'. Books »r.d libraries purchased
tOVKRIST 823 Ttroafl-.-av. near 12:h >t.
— — I
BOARD ANI» :tOO3IS.
A.— A.— HOTEL ROLAND. " """"
59th-st.. between Madison and Park ayes
I Modern hotel, wl.h -very comfort and con
t venient. DELIGHTFUL ROOMS Si PER
. I AY. $6 WEEK. LIGHT ROOMS WITH
; BOARD. Jl2 PER WEEK SI'NVY
; P.OOMS. WITH BOARD. $14 per WEEK
Ev*ry room has hot and cold water, steam I
, heat and electric light. Suites of two and
; three rooms, with bath. References re-
THE* J MONEY NOT BE EQUALLED FOR
A.— A.— A.— ATTENTION! A.— A.— A —
Parties can now make arrangements for
fall board. Attractive floors; suites, with
bath; private table optional; or without
I board, bachelors' rooms, newly furnished
1 doctors' offices; references '
I 8. C. LELAND & «J
2 West 33d-«t.
63 WEST 50TH-ST— With board, a hand-
Borne back parlor, with private bath- su
perior accommodations.
26TH-ST.. 143 EAST.— Desirable large
front rooms; house well heated; excellent
I table and attendance; neighborhood refined
j aeeesSßsse; references.
! BOARDERS.— cooking, home com
forts; we try to pltafc; rooms optional
also connecting rtoms. 234 West 24th-st. '
I— 4o EAST S»TH-ST.— Large room, with
board: references exchanged.
HOTEL BOULEVARD. 124 th-«. and Lex- j
inrton-ave. — Nicely furnished rooms;
»team heat: IS and up per week; transient !
*1 00 aay ' j
$60 WEST S3D-ST.— Handsome rooms
board or without; table board; private
house; doctor's office.
1 ST. ALBANS 7 East Redetjrated
throughout: elegant stiite; private baths
and rervice; parlor dining room: • table
I hoard.
I YOUNG French gentleman wishes com
fortable board and residence with private
1 American or English family; no other for
! eigners and very moderate terms. L i°3
W<*t 24th-gt. ' ;
BRASS AND IKON BEDSTEADS
AND HAIR MATTRESSES.
LAMBERT^ IG3 WEST 23D-ST MANU
FACTmER'S SAMPLES AT WHOLK- !
PALK PRICES.
COAL AND WOOD.
FINEST 11 _ R l ed"ani"\VhUe Ash Coal
WINTER'S old reliable yards. 2<J and 3d
«i\<-y. C4th-st.
CORSETS.
CORSETS made to order from $;;.c:i up ,
perfect fit iruaranteed. Mme. I. SCHA
PIRA. 1.834 Lcxington-ave.. near U3th-»t.
CLSTO3I MADE SHOES.
P. MARINI. Ladles' and Gents' fine boots
•nd shoes made to order. Fit guaranteed
for the most <:ifflcult feet. 483 sth-ave.,
near 84th-«t.. yew- York. •
CUSTOM SHIRT MAKERS.
SHIRTS made to erder; finest material and
workmanship; popular prices. METRO
POLITAN SHIRT CO.. G. A. Urannan.
Mgr. tf>7 *>th iv>
Ct>9TO_l TAILORS.
TUB open door to good tailoring:. Newest
and freshest goods. Perfect fitting gar- '¦
ments. ADOLF HTUAN. ill £piuce-*t.. '
near Xmtu.
COMMON SENSE PILLS.
TIIE^EEST^AND SAFEST CATHARTIC
on the market: perfectly harmless er.4
positively DOES NOT GRIPE. METZE :-
PHARMACY 42J-«.t. and >-th-ave. 25c. a
rxiir. (2 50 per do»en.
CARPET CLEANING.
CAREFuTTcA^PET^LiJAl^G^cbXcar
pets cleaned by s*e*tn, by hand or on the
flcor. 1.558 Broadway. ' 421 East 4!th-it.
fOE * BRANDT. Tel. lA2— «Sth.
NEW- YORK DAILY TREBITNR SUNDAY. DECEMBER 23. 1900.
well as one of the very best men who ever en
tered that assembly.
If it were not for his extraordinary abilities, Mr.
Bowles would have split himself on the same
rock of omniscience, for he has spoken on the wine
evening on trawlln*. the Berlin Treaty, the Decla
ration of Paris an<J the incidence of the death
duties. H» knew a great deal about each of t&MM
subjects: but the House won't stand omniscience.
Put If a member will Jutt speak briefly on the
subjects which he understands, and will do so
pretty often, the House begins to accept him at
his own valuation: thinks that he has shown his
rit*M •<-> be on« at the scorf or two of men who
really do all the business of the House; and will
listen to him whenever he rises.
-vim laen it is aomtute!? neorssary. if he is to be
a good speaker or a good parliamentarian, that the
younr member should speak constantly. There is
nothing in the world which requires such constant
practice as speaking; there is no organ of the body
which is more the creature of use than the voice.
I put side by side two savings of great politicians
by way of illustrating what I mean. Richard Cob
den declared that he spoke every night when he
entered the House so as to get perfect self-confi
dence. John Morley described the feeling which
comes over a member who gives up speaking for n
time as "a creeping paralysis."' The young mem
ber must be on his guard against "creeping pa
ralysls"; the longer he funks speaking the more
difficult he will find It to start. Let him make up
his mind that he baa something to say: let him say
it modestly, briefly and to the point, and the House
will listen And if he go on thus makijiß short rel
evant little speeches he will become one of the
recognized personalities of the House.
One minor advantage of this constant practice is
that the member who thus acts has a much better
chance of being called t'.an the member who rises
but seldom. The Speaker cr the chairman of com
mittees gets in the habit of calling one member, is
familiar with his name and face, with the result
that he calls him instinctively Instead of the mem
ber whose face he does not know, whose person
ality he does not at once recognize, whose appear
ance does not set in motion those cells of the brain
which form memory and ancociaUon of Ideas.
Finally, the young member should discourage
visits from friends to the House. They are awfully
distracting, and sometimes expensive; and no busy
member can really attend to the Terrace and the
House of Commons. Exception should be made in
the rase of influential constituents, especially when
they come up from the country.
THE SPIRIT OF FCOXOVT.
From The Indianapolis Press.
"It is not the cost of a gift." said the Cornfetl
Philosopher, "that counts so much as the spirit
In which it is given — especially If it happens to
be a spirit of economy."
CAST OFF CLOTHING.
ATTENTION! — Ladles desiring to dispose
of their discarded clothing, furs. Jewelry.
&c. will receive highest prices for same.
Address Mrs. COHEN. 62g 6th-avc.
CUTLERY.
CUTLERY of every description on hand,
made to order and repaired, at G.
KNAUTH'S. 81 John-et. and 71 Xassau-st.
CARRIAGES.
RUNABOUTS, Surreys, Covert Carts.
Trap». Phaetons: steel or pneumatic tires.
LENUEHT WAGON CO., 302-336 West
63d-»t. ¦¦
COMPLEXION SPECIALIST.
MME. V. DARSY. 129 East 26tn-5t.. gives
expert facial treatments with Dr. Dys 1
complexion specialties at client's residence
or at her house. Circular free.
DKKSS»AK»a.
DRESSMAKER.— Latest~Btyle bolero shirt
waist, chenille boas, silk collars, ladles'
ties; any kind Renaissance. Marie Antoin
ette work; home or out by day. FUCHS,
.-.4 Eaet ll.Mh-st.
MME. ELDER, Dressmaking Parlors, 374
Cet.tral Park West, between 97th and 98th
sts. — Evening and stage costumes, tailor
made suits, trousseau*, morning, etc.; suits
made to order at eight hours" notice; perfect
fit guaranteed. Fur garments remodelled.
Terms reasonable,
SEAMSTRESS. — competent, by
the day. or takes work home; repairing
dresses, finishing, alterations; family sew
ing; also curtains, cushions. SEAMSTRESS,
773 Amsterdam-aye.
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p. m., viz.. 254 6th-ave.. b. c. cor. 23d-st.;
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Licensed and bonded, 320 Broadway,
Rooms 717-718. telephone 1.631 Franklin. —
All civil and criminal cases attended to by
expert detectives, male ar.d female.
DENTISTRY.
WE MAKE old pUtes fit without seeing
mouth: littl* cost; no trouble. BOSTON
DENTISTS. 143 West 125th-st.
DOGS AND CAT HOSPITAL.
N." T. CANINE IN^IRMARYTTie^WeiI
53d-«t.. telephone 851 Columbus. Treat,
board, housebrtsaking dogs, both city and
coun'ry-
NEW-YORK VETERINARY HOSPITAL.
117 Wejt 2Sth-st. ; telephone 4yi--18th. —
Treatment, boarding, clipping and washing;
managers Canine Cemetery.
DOGS. PI RD B. ETC,
ANGORA CATS. Belgian Hares, etc.; Birds,
Dogs. Fish Aquariums. Guinea Pigs, Ani
mal World. 248 West £3d-si.
ANGORA CATS, young, well bred, beau
ties, full grown: cheap; male, $10; fe- i
male, $6. HACK. 70 Dresden-st.. Brooklyn.
DYSPEPSIA CURED.
'~STOMACH AID?— digestive' tonic":
cures Dyspepsia. Heartburn and Sour vias.
Mailed anywhere, 25c. PRTNGLE'S DRUG
STORE 977 Sth-ave.. New-York.
• -<:-• .* UI-'KICE FURNITURE.
DESKS, rolltops; Partitions. Railings. Ta
bles, Safes. Letter Presses. Counters.
Shelving: stores and offices fitted. FINN
BROTHERS. 28-32 Centre-6t., between i
Tieart» end Diane. j
ELECTRIC MOTORS. DYNAMOS.
ELECTRIC MOTORS, dynan.os. new and
second hand, bought, sold, exchanged and
<r«t«lled. P. S. HOLCOMB. 51 Dey.
j;mploy»ikni AGENCIES.
ST. jSAIPITOIIIIILiIiMIIEW'S
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU.
211 East 42d-st.. first class domestics are j
supplied. ____________________
MISS KI'.EFF'S Employment Bureau. 401
6th-ave., bet. 24th and 251h sts. — First
class help: references Investigated.
MR? CLARA MINAMI. Employment Ofilce.
045 fith-ave. — Swedish. Japanese and all
nationalises : male and female help.
SELECT HELP, male and female. Call
upon the reliable Swedish office of Miss
H. 'LINT-ITRG. 237 -aye.
CALL at the Old and Reliable Employment
Agency of Miss SHAFFNER, 618 6th
ave 36th-st.; established 1837: reliable
male and female help; excellent references;
city, country.
HOME EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, 128 West
Mfi-st.— First class Southern help, male
and female help of all nationalities; refer
ences. ________________________
MISS A LJNDQUIST. 39« 4th-ave.Swed
ish and all nationalities employment
office; all references Investigated.
kiAS'Y WONDER where to secure reliable
' help. Consult THE ATI.ANTIC EX
CHANGE. 4-53 6th-ave.; they will satisfy
you.
MMX GAFFNEY, 58 West 21tt-st.— First
class help .constantly on hund: all na
tions: references Investigates.
MADAME AUGUSTE. 1.300 B'way.—Eupe
•l r servants, all nationalities; specialty
French maids, nurses, cooks, etc. ; servants
can find situations at once. Telephone
3,l<y6 — 38th-«.
MADAME VIRET, Employment Agency,
No. Ml 6th-ave.. between 48tu and 49th
¦SB.
STAR INTELLIGENCE OFFICE. 689 6th
ave. Tel. 353'V— 3Sth-it. First class ser
•• an supplied; city or country; references
investigated.
lIMB. A. EKSTROM'B. oldest Swedish.
German, French Bureau; references In
vestigated: established 1»78: only private
families supplied. 348 4th-ave.
ADVEKTISEMENTS and subscriptions for
The Tribune received at their Uptown
Office. No. 1.242 Broadway, 2d door north
of SWt-»t., until 0 o'clock p. m. ; adver
tisements received at the following branch
tflV»» at regular office rates until 8 o'clock
p. m., viz . 254 S;i.-ave.. s. c. cor. 23d-st.;
152 eth-ave.. cor. 12th-at. ; Macy's. 6th
•ve and 14th-st.; 142 Columbue-ave., near
West u;r!i-.-t ; 106 West 42d-st., near Bth
ave., 02 East Hth-st. ; 257 West 42d-st..
between 7th and Stb ayes.; 150 East 47th
st,; IMi , between 761h and 77th
«'» : 1.(2G 3.1-ave.. near «l«-«i.; 1.70S lit
av*.
EXPERIMENTAL WORK.
CRESCEXT~MAC HINE "wORKs!— Tool." die
and model makers; experimental work: in
ventions perfected. 24 West-st.. New-York.
Tel, call, 5.155 Cortlandt.
I tHS.
E. WEISER. Furs and Fur Garments to
order; also re.nod?lled and redyed into
fashionable styles. 421 6th-ave.
FIRE. BURGLAR AND WATER
PROOF SAFES.
/—- — . The only absolutely fire
'•' _-i\ and burglar proof Safes in
J H~f.-'.\.""iM the market; felt packed
I ;| I doors, highest finish, low-
ZSa I *-. II est Prices.
IN *"- 'I AMERICAN SAFE CO..
|k____*ttj P. H. GROSS & SONS.
J- I General Agents,
{"V %f 332 CAXAL-ST..
"* "' Went of Broadway.
FOR SALE.
BOY r S PRINTING PKESS^ $5. cost $20;
Music Box, $10, coat $40; Franklin Type
writer. $20. cost $75; Callgraph Typewriter,
$15. NATHAN 20 Fulton-6t.
DESKS, rolltopt; Partitions, Railings, Ta
bles. Safes, Letter Presses, Counters,
Shelving; stores and offices fitted. FINN
BF.OTHERS. 28-32 Centre-et., between
Read* and Duane.
R V. HURD (late with William Moir),
saves you money on diamonds, watches
and all repairing; old gold. Jewelry, gems
btughf, exchanged or remodelled. 126 West
£?d-st., bet 6th and 7th ayes.
INDESTRUCTIBLE PHONOGRAPH and
Graphophone records. 50c. each: all fine
masters; Edison or Columbia records. *3.50
per doz. : supplies cut rates; 24 inch Brass
Horn. $l.fM); 30 inch, $2.50; Diaphragm
glasses. sc. each. J. M'ELLYNNE. 202
Broadway. Room 4. *
FOUNTAIN FteV BARGAINS.
C^ENTAI,PKAV?L^AND~GiE)Lrr PEN IN
PLUSH BOX. 35c, worth $1.00. 14 kt.
solid gold Diamond Point Fountain Pen.
60c. worth $2. BANK PEN CO., 237
Broadway. New-York.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
A LARGE ROOM for two gentlemen, with
or without board: accommodations; pri
vate family. FATtRELL. 373 Sth-ave.
NEWLY furnished rooms for gentlemen;
sunny and hctr.el&.e^ L.< BELL, 148 West
¦Jth-st.
AVENUE B. 245.— Tw0 neatly furnished
first floor front rooms, $1 50 each; hall
room, same price. Inquire Mrs. BOULTON.
NEtWLY furnished rooms for gentlemen;
sunny and homelike. L. BELL. 146 v, cst
4th-st.
FACE AND HAIR SPECIALIST.
MME. CAROLINE), leading face specialist.
Parlors. 213 «th-ave. Send for free sealed
circulars and testimonials
GR/ECO-ROMAN PHYSICAL CULT
URE.
GR^CO^ROMAN^choor of^hyMcaTculN
ure. — Reduces superfluous flesh; makes
perfect form and health. Special instruc
tion to ladies and children. E. GAGLI
ARDO. 434 sih-ave.
GERMAN VETERINARY SUR
GEONS.
DR. LUDWIG PEINE. German Veterinary
Surgeon: house animals a specialty. 20t'
East 83d-st. Highest references.
GOLD FURNITURE A REOILDING
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.— Beautiful Gold
Chairs, $2.50, worth $5.00. Closing out.
Reßilflins estimated. Call "SHOWROOMS."
HOT MEDICATED OXYGEN.
CURES consumption, bronchitis, asthma
and chronic diseases of nose and throat.
Consultation free. AMERICAN INSTI
TUTE ELECTRO THERAPEUTICS (Incor
porated). 43 West 34th-st.
HAT HOSPITAL.
POS> SIXTII-AVE. — hats of every
description cured of all diseases. Coach
men's work a specialty. Artistic work to
mil all at moderate prices.
HAWLEY'S PARLORS.
1,486 BROADWAY, near — Chirop
ody. hairdresßing and manicuring; latest ap
pliances for shampooing; ladies' shoes pol
ished.
HORTON'S ICE CREAM.
HORTON^S CTvEAM is always pure,
hence the reison for universal confidence
and acknowledged superiority over all other.
Order It from most convenient depot.
HERNIA OR RUPTURE.
SUCCESSFUL mechanical treatment: per
fect retention; safety relief or cure; 30
years' experience: satisfaction cuaranteed.
I. B. FEkLEY'B New-York Establishment.
3fi East 2iM-?t.
HYPNOTISM.
CEBORNE teachfs bvpnoMam; Rives treat
ments: cares vicious habits: consultation
free. CISBORNE SCHOOL OF HYPNOT
ISM. 12-' West 35th-?t.
HAIR AND SCALP INSTITUTE.
SCIENTIFIC home treatment for Dandruff.
Itching Scalp and Falling Hair. Micro
scopical examination free. 0 to 3 daily.
NEW-YORK HAIR AND SCALP INSTI
TUTE. T.SS Wott SSth-ft.
INVENTORS' MODELS.
INVENTORS' MODELS accurately made;
metal novelties manufactured. OALGETY.
120 Worth-st.. one block from Broadway.
LAUNDRIES.
HEADQUARTERS curtain cleaning, all
kinds. 85c. pair, carpets. 4.- yard. Postal
REFEREE LAUNDRY, 62 Sth-ave../ tele
phone 1.477 ISth.
LOST.
BANKBOOK" No" 358.65S the Unlon~Dlni'«
Savings Institution Is mjseing. Any per
son having a claim to It Is hereby called
upon to preeent the same within ten days
or submit to having said passbook cancelled
and a new one Issued.
BANKBOOK No 2G.\S«S of the Union Dime
' Savings Institution Is missing. Any per
ton having a claim to It is hereby called
upon to present the same within ten day*
or submit to having (aid passbook eanaelle]
and a . new one Issued.
LITTLE ADVERTISEMENTS OF THE PEOPLE— CLASSIFICATIONS ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED
INDELECTHIC.
"""""'^ei INDELECTiaC. best eiec^
lflg*Sa trl.-al. wireless, pocketabU
Ti^w* apparatus for any electro
«r •{ v- f^ medicated treatment. $2.50;
\ '\*\~ % advertising manufacturing
/•xSS, *%' price buys them with attach
ment, sponge and battery, at
IN'DELECTRICS FACTORY. 131 West 31st
tt. Take elevator.
¦ ':) ''. \ '' MISCELLANEOUS. .
(fs"/s\'frn (T^ri? ro cured ""at HOME
\J) iTwJ UP UU by Internal treatment,
no knife, plaster or pain. Book and Testi
monials mailed FRBB. CANCER INSTI
TUTE, 121 West 42d St.. N. Y.
THE BEST PREVENTIVE AGAINST
Is a course of hydropathic treatment at
DR. P. CANITZS Institute for Water Cure
and Hydropathic Sanitarium (in connection
with Sea Bath Sanitarium and Summer
Resort), at College Point. Long Island, Send
for circulars.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
THEODOR LOHR. 256 Orand-st. —
mandolins and guitars: also music for
the same: catalogue mailed
MATTRESS MAKING.
MATTRESSES REMADE, full size. $1.75;
ticking. $2.25: upholstering, repairing,
residence or shop. C. GODWIN. 338 West
E3d-Bt.
MIHEOGRArHS.
MIMEOGRAPHS, new and second hand,
bought and sold. Typewriter supplies.
J. A. TT'RNRUT.L. t>7 Nassau-sL
MACHINERY.
AT REDUCED PRICES.— SOO second-hand
wood and iron working machines: fully
guaranteed- machinery bought and ex
changed. GEO. B. EDDY. SOS Madlson-st.
MAGIC INSECT EXTERMINATOR.
SALLADE & CO.'S mosquito bite cure and
insect exterminator never falls: destroys
all Insects and cures bites or stings; for
sale at all dealers. Office, 108 West 23d
st.. N. Y.
OLD GOLD &. SILVER WANTED.
OLD JEWELRY and duplicate wedding
presents at the assay office of S. P.
HOWARD. 10 John-st.
OLD BOOKS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
BOOKS BOUGHT 'or cash; experienced
buyers cent everywhere; catalogue free.
CKOrtGT: D. SMITH. 4 East 42d-?t.
OPTICIANS.
x*~N fy m ¦
\*_- -sJ U^—-»y MundorfTs Patented
"^ Spectacle Attachment
for Eye-Glasses Temporarily Convert Eye-
Glasses Into Spectacles, holding them se
curely on the nose while exercising. Just
the thing for Bicyclists. Tennis and Golf
players. Equestrians and players of all
sports who Wear Eye-Glasses.
THEO. MUNDORFF. Optician,
1.167 Broadway, New York.
Depot for the wonderful Zelss field glasses.
/— "V DO YOUR GLASSES
>o-4» |^—> n. SLIP? Our "Ideal Clip"
1 Ji IV 1 will hold them securely.
V_— y v 1 Opera Glasses. Field
Glasses. MEYER * ELTING. 817 6th-ave.,
New- York, block above Herald Building.
PURE CANDIES.
FOR PURE CANDIES GO TO
¥0 MQD[s[g[i[Erir ?
FiEM 6BMFE6TPOKIEIV
No. ft Wooster-et. four doors from Canal
st., manufacturer of superfine confectionery
and chocolates all candles of his own
manufacture are warranted pure sugar;
only Breton" vegetable colors used. Also
importer of fruits and marrons, glace*,
fancy boxes, bonboriniere3 and costumes,
mottoes, etc.
N. B. — Original manufacturer of the old
fashioned chocolate cream drops. Sunday
schools supplied at the lowest prices, qual
ity considered. Wholesale and retail; es
tablished in 15 63. Telephone 3.387 Spring.
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
OUVRIER BROS.! 13 East 14th-at.—
$4; sold on Email payments; slightly
used. $75: tuning, repairing;, exchanging.
PIANOS bousrht. sold, exchanged, stored,
repaired. THE PIANO EXCHANGE, 105
107 West 33d-st.. near Broadway. . . .
EMERSON PIANO CO.
WAREROOMS.
3 and 10 East 17th-st. . .
PIANOS for sale and to rent. We have
Steinways. Webers and our own make,
and give special rates to students. For a
good reliable piano at reasonable price it
will pay to call at our wareroom. WM. A.
POND & CO.. 143 sth-ave.. 20th-et.
PHYSICAL CULTURE.
MANHATTAN SCHOOL. 128 W. 42d-«t..
N. Y. — Private Instruction, : development
boxing, deep breathing taught; obesity re
duced, baths, physician's directions care
fully carried out; satisfaction guaranteed.
Call or write.
PARQUET FLOORS.
CHARLES KOAK. 212 West S6th-st.. Wax
and Varnish Polisher and Repairer of
Antique Furniture. Parquet Floors cleaned
and polished. Ail kinds of waxing, varnish
ing and polishing. China, glass and house
hold good's packed.
PHOTOGRAPHERS' SUPPLIES.
NE^YO^IC^CAIi'^A^EJCCHANGE." fl4
Fulton. — Largest supply: lowest prices;
Cameras bought, sold, exchanged"; send for
bargain list.
PAINTER^AXD^DECORATOR.
A. A. ZIMMERMAN. 207 West llSth-st..
Painter, Deco n ator ens Paperharger. Par
quet floors waxed or shellacked. All kinds
of varnish wc.rk and cabinet finishing.
PATTERN AND MODEL MAKERS.
H. B. OLM.STEAD & CO.. pattern and
model makers, 87 Frankfort-st., New-
York, and 31-35 Broadway. Brooklyn Tele
phone 1.041 John and 1.621 Wllli.amsburg.
POLISHED PLATE GLASS.
DAVID SHULDINER. of 961 6th-ave.. is
the most reliable glazier In New-York.
Telephone ISO Columbus.
PRINTING.
PRINTING. First class; very low prices.
Write for estimates. ASTE PRESS 210
<~wnnl-«t.. N. Y. ' '
RUPTURE CURED PERMANENTLY.
WE CURE RUPTURE by "Fidelity"
method. Guarantee for life. No knife
used. No detention from business. No
cure, no pay. Consultation free. "FI
DELITY." 22 West 34th-st.
SEWING MACHINES.
S EWINgT'm ACH FNES of all TTlnds. casT
or credit; also exchanged, rented, re
paired. FavoriM drop heads, $20 50. Auto
matic*. $35. RAUSCH'S, 2.271 &J-ave.
i.<-ar 123d'ft
STEAMED AND RE.MADE.
MATTRESSES, feather beds and pillows.
Few manufacturers possess the plant
wherewith to steam hair mattresses. By
my process all objectionable odors, germs
and insect matter arc removed. GEORGE
HEY'MAN. ITT Canal-st.. N. Y. City.
STEAMSHIP TICKETS.
(STEAMSHIP TiCKETS^ alii Uzies ¦ also
Railroad tickets to all points. A. E.
JOHNSON & CO.. 27 Broadway.
SrUKAGB.
HAKGER STORAGE HO USES!
Bth-ave.. 33d to 34th st*. — Storago for
furniture, etc.; padded vans for moving,
city or country; bcxlng. packing, shipping
and insurance: estimates furnished. Tele
phone call. 3Sth-st. ; ,:-.<.
CONTINENTAL Storage Warehouses. 313
310 TV. 434. Just off Bth-ave. Tel. 2,6«7
88th-st.
TWENTIETH CENTURY WONDER
SEE PROF.'D. JENKINS 249 Cth^ave..
Metaphysician and Chronic Specialist,
Ancient Cures. Call or write.
TRUN KS AN D V All SES^
A FULL LINE of high grade Trunks and
Bars, retailed at wholesale prices. S.
LEOPOLD (manufacturer), 471 Broadway,
near Grand-it.
DOYLE'S trunks, bags: best, cheapest: 1
and 2 Vesey-it.. 270 6th-ave.. S2 Sth-ave..
1.281 Broadway.
OLDEST trunk corner, New-York. Laii»«
dress trunks, three trays. $5, $S. Bd
awe.. fiUt-st. ¦ --r v.; r
SCIENTIFIC MAMCI'RI*a.
~^{ATTT?uTr^RO^VTir^F - liArRT"'
by a Rational and Hygienic Method of
Treating the Scalp. Ycge for hair, $1.00.
Manicuring and Facts! Massage skilfully
done. Pupils 'aught perfectly. Miss
BREWSTER. 12 East l'th->t.
TRUSSES.
H. C. CODE'S Trusses bound tn cure the
worst rupture. Elastic Stockings. 1,005
3d-ave., near 69th -st.
PjJUFECT i'lTriNO etaatla stockings. «2.
Trusses and supporters. Fit guaranteed.
H. A. CASSBnEKR. 255 Colnmbus-ave.
TYPEWRITERS.
REMINGTON Typewriter, $25; Barlock
Typewriter, $20; Callgraph Typewriter.
$15; bicycle. $4: National cash register. $25;
copy press. $8 50. NATHAN. 20 Fulton-st.
TYPEWRITERS (new). ?40; Remodelled
Rem'ngtons. Smiths. !35; rentals reduced:
prompt repairing. CONSOLIDATED TYPE
\VRITF.R EXCHANGE. 241 Broadway.
UPHOLSTERY A\D DECORATING.
UPHOLSTERER and cabinetmaker repairs.
repolishea. reupholsters. makes curtains,
drapery hangings, etc. Send for estimates
at MEYERS. 108 West 30th-at. Tel. 088 ;
Madison.
UNDERTAKERS.
CH A RIJEsTb ACia ALUPoT^naerUker "and
embalmor. 26V» Mulberry-st. and 49 Mar
t-st.; always open: tel. 684 Franklin.
UMBRELLAS AND CANES.
JL UMBRELLAS AND j
£*3gjr^ CANES FOR HOLI-
M^*fr p&^- DAY GIFTS AT 1
•\V^v LOW prices.!
Tjf^J I, \. <CA also REPAIRING
ly^hK 1 Vy£7l\ AND COVERING
UA)fff^<L\\ \SJ j hatwaßDi
\f r C 7 »\ «* 61 EAST 125TH-ST.
,-T 'f STEINSCHNEIDERS
7£ioif_> Umbrellas are the best.
l\/y&*&s"* ••• Fulton-St
%f N^?^ corner Nassau-st.
* ***>&*!) Umbrellas recovered with
* ! S=^>— v Imported Silk, $1.00. All
¦4... - ** repairs 15c
AT SPENCER'S. 344 Bth-ave.. 21st and 224
sts.. umbrella manufacturer, recovering,
repairing". Manhattan Mending Bureau. We
repair everything.
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS
CAMPBELLT^URiAL "aSD" CREMATIOX
CO.. 241, 243 West 23d St. Telephone
8260 ISth St. Chapel on premises.
W. K. JACKSON'S PREPARATIONS
THE "DEWEY DOG" TOILET~ WASH. " the
greatest thing out; try It; It purifies the
, skin. leaves pleasant odor, cures mango,
kills fleas. 147 West 26th-st.
WATER FILTERS.
1 CROTON WATER Is made pure through
I the Acorn and Advance Self Cleaning
' Str.ne Filters. LINKE. 1.559 Broadway.
WOOD'S GYMNASIUM.
I HOW TO GET STRONG.— box-
Ing, fencing, baths. &c. WOOD'S GYM
NASIUM. « East 28th-st. Entrance. $5:
monthly dues. $2.
HELP WANTED.
Vernal*.
NEW-YORK FREE EMPLOYMENT BU
REAU.
30 West 29th-st.
CONDUCTED BY THE STATE OF NDW
YORK.
! FREE TO EMPLOYERS AND EM
PLOYEES.
i Servants are in -valting from 9a. m. to
i 2 p. m.
Reference inves' gated.
1 HOUSEKEEPER for city hotel; references
I required; good wages. SOPHIE E.
I BATES. Essex Employment Office, 1,017
1 6th-aye/'
LADIES can make $9.00 weekly doing plain
work for us at home; experience unnec
essary; send 10 cents for sample case, with
} particulars. SHIVERICK & CO.. Saybrook,
Conn.
STENOGRAPHER with red hair. Reming
ton or Bllckensdorfer; understand book
keeping. This Is no joke. I want one. In
vestigate. No beginners. Capt. RIGGS.
41 University Place.
WANTED. — For a young married woman,
a companion who Is bright, cheerful and
well educated, and who is not over thirty
yVarir of" age; to the right person a perma
nent home; salary $20 per month, not to be
increased. Address 8., Box 24, Tribune Of
flce.
WANTED. — In suburbs, home bred young
woman, to cook and do light housework;
$14: must love children and a good home:
amiable and gentle. Address, with best ref
erences only. SUBURBAN HOME. Tribune
Office.
1 WANTED.— Faithful services of estimable
elderly lady, 60; gentle, amiable, decisive;
unblemished character: loves children: to
care for three-year-old child, and light
housekeeping; $2*. Address, with best ref
erences only. SUBURBAN HOME. Tribune
Office.
ÜBLH WANTED.
WANTED. — Industrious men and women in
every town to work for us at their homes.
NO CANVASSING. We will send work any
distance. We have several lines of work to
give out. some C" which requires no ex
perience. If you can't devote, the whole day
to our work, you can earn $5 or $8 a week j
by working an hour or two evenings. Ad
dress STANDARD MFG. CO.. 142 West
! 23d-st., New-York.
1 _______ — — — — — — — — — — —^— — —
.Male.
ATTENTION. — Men wat-ted: cheap trip to
any European t>"rt, London. Liverpool.
1 Hamburg. Bremen: also steady position pro
cured. SHIPPING OFFICES. 5 Cllnton-at.
I and 73 West-st.. New- York.
AGENTS. — Physicians in each city to rep- |
resent the Morrell Liquor-Morphine treat- j
meat. DR. KNIGHT. 41 Maiden Lane.
ATTENTION. MEN.— $3. $7 take you to
any European port: also experienced cat
tlemen wanted. ATLANTIC SHIPPING
OFFICE. 209 2J-st.
BOYS and GIRLS can have Carbon Paper
\li>um free; also explain how you can
earn $5 Ou per week; not Interfere with
school; send 2 cent stamp for postage. J.
M'ELLYNNB. 202 Broadway. New-York.
GOVERNMENT POSITIONS.— Don't pre
pa»e for any Civil Service examination
without seeing our Illustrated catalogue of
formation: sent free. COLUMBIAN COR
RESPONDENCE. COLLEGE. Washington.
D. C.
MAN to permanently represent us manag
ing local branch: salary $18 per week and
expenses. MANUFACTURERS. 390 Cax
ton Building. Chicago.
SALESMEN— Automatic copying book. Just
out needed by every business man; a
bonanza for agents ; exclusive territory.
PERSHING MFG. CO.. South Bend. Ind.
WANTED— specialty salesmen for
New- York: well known line; new and ex
ceptional proposition; drygoods and kindred
trade; permanent salary for good men; ref
erences and stamped envelope. A. F.. Trib
une Office. •
WANTED. — A man under fifty years of age I
to teach French according to Meistershaft j
system: state nationality and extent of ex
perience In teaching this system. Address .
N. B. X.. 1.242 Broadway. |
WANTED — SALESMEN.— paid a man
*140.0<> in one week for selling my whit*
lead. Many got $100.00. Any man can
make $50.00 If he hustles. I give the In
ducement to dealers: pay big commissions
to get the beet salesmen. No experience
necessary Full lntormation on application.
D. T. WEIR. St. Louis. Mo.
WILL MAKE FIRST CLASS BOOKKEEP
ER of you in six weeks for $3 or RE
TURN MONEY"; distance and expe.-ienee
immaterial: may find good POSITION for
you. too; placed pupil at $20 weekly De
cember 6: another at $25 weekly December 1
10. SAVE THIS AND WRITE. J. H. !
GOODWIN. EXPERT ACCOUNTANT. j
Room 737. 1.213 Broadway. New-York.
— — r— —^mmm -I — i mmmt^mt — — —^^» i
WORK WASTED.
rt»«i».
ARTISTIC French millinery, high class
work; hau copied, reduced prices; lndl
ridi-a! studied; models shown; satisfaction
guaranteed: parlor, private house. 233 West
23<i-si.. opposite Chelsea. ;; • |
BOOKKEEPER.— By young lady. Cana
dian experienced, to assist bookkeeper, or
at office work: Al referencet. HILL. 218
Grand-aye., Brooklyn. •;. ; \
COMPANION".— Young lady. 17, to elderly j
person or to an invalid: well educated; I
be«t Brooklyn reference. Mire WEINSTMN. i
12» Manhattan-aye , Brooklyn. !
COMPANION. — Young lady, speaking
French, German. English, musical, as
useful companion with family or lady going
abroad: experience! traveller: highest ref- .
erences. M. M.. 1.242 Broadway. |
GOVERNESS or COMFA.NIOS.— By young
German, teaching and speaking three :
languages: musical: expert tn dressmaking; !
to travel In July ana August; highest tef- '
erences. Address RELIABLE. I,2(S> Broad- i
way. .'.••-'',¦ Z I
\yORIC WAITED,
Female.
LADY of culture and refinement desires po
sition of trust, or as companion or nurse,
best of reference given. Address STEW
ART. 2.028 7th-ave.
STENOGRAPHER and TYPEWRITER.—
— By an expert: desires work by the day
or half day. 1.C52 Lexlngton-ave.
SECRETARY.— Young lady as secretary to
family, author or business firm. Miss W..
Box 40. 1,242 Broadway.
TUTORING. — By college graduate; studied
abroad: high school teacher; German.
French. English branches: history: or as
visiting governess; beat reference*. Ad
dress H. M.. Box 27. Trlbun« Offlce.
WORK WASTED.
mm Vale "
A.— WM. L. HARTUNG.
Public Expert Account and Auditor.
Room S2S, 150 Nassau-st.. N. Y.
ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPER or bill and
entry clerk In wholesale house or firm, by
a young man. 17; high school graduate; ex
perienced. Address C. 8.. 1.003 PaclCc-st..
Brooklyn. '
ACTIVE German-American. 24. good edu
cation, excellent penman, four years' me
chanical experience, desires position; ref
erences; bond: city or country. JUNIOR.
065 Home-st.. The Bronx.
AX HONEST. Industrious man. fair edu
cation; strictly temperate; security If re
quired. Address COOPER. 73 Railroad
ave.. Jersey City. N. J. |
A YOUNG MAN. 21. handy with tools,
wishes steady position. B. ZOFFER. 105
Floyd-st.. Brooklyn.
AGED 37; temaerate; have been employed
for the last five years as a dockmaster in
this city: have had large experience In
managing help and manufacturing cotton,
flax and hemp yarns and twines. JOHN
CLARK. 200 West 69th-st.
BOOKKEEPER. — Competent; best lefer
ences. F. W. V.. Leonardo. N. J.
BOOKKEEPER. &c. — A thorough double
entry bookkeeper and accountant; highest
references. MURRAY. 1,565 Broadway. j
BOOKKEEPER. — Thoroughly experienced
double entry. speaking and writing
French and German. Is disengaged part of
day and evenings: moderate" terms and very
best references. Box 21. Tribune Office.
BUSINESS MAN who has had considerable
experience as office manager, etc.. and Is
soliciting Insurance, desires salaried posi
tion. B. J. DUDDENHAUSEN, Box 321,
l.*» Broadway.
BUTCHER. — Experienced, steady position;
used to good trade: reference. Address
BLIKAN. 535 Cist S2d-st.
BUTTER, cheese and eggs man is open for
engagement: thoroughly understands all
branches of the business: no objection to
leaving New-York if suitable inducements
are offered ; highest references. Address G.
B. S.. 374 Alexander- aye.
BOY. strong, honest. 13. at anything, ex
perienced driver; not afraid of hard work.
CHARLES LUTZ. 14 lst-ave.
BOY. 16; good penman; graduate: neat,
references: in office or wholesale house,
with chance of advancement. KAHR. 603
East 6th-st. •
— Steady position: strictly temper
ate, good all around dinner and order
cook. DIDRIK9ON. 803 Columbus-aye.
CASHIER and assistant steward in restau
rant or hotel; experience: references. R.
8.. 42*4 East Sth-st.
CLERK. — Young man. German. In drygoods
house as stock, shipping or order clerk;
thoroughly acquainted; good flgurer; refer
ences. ROTH. 384 East lOth-st.
COOPER. — Storehouse or dock preferred.
T. CAVANAGH. 41 Rutgers-st.
DRIVER— By young man. at light driv
ing; reference". JAMES KTERNAN. 217
East 44th-st. :• ;: ' "..:¦
DRIVER or slmilai position: understands
horses and their care: thirteen years' ex
perience; references. WILLIAM HOWARD.
971 Gates-aye. . Brooklyn.
DRIVER.— By strong, honest young man.
IS: experienced: not afraid of hard work.
CHARLES LUTZ. 14 lst-ave.
ENGINEER, machinist, electrician, steam
titter; capable of taking charge of any
plant; factory or apartment houses; Al
references. ENGINEER, 97 Allen-st.
ENGINEER.— N. A. S. £.: 12 years' expe
rience; Corliss high speed, pumps and
electric lighting: office or factory; to take
charge or assist chief. ENGINEER. P. O.
Box 421. Dover. Del
ENGINEER. 30 years of age: understands
dynamos, engines, elevators; all around
mechanic- has the best of reference. E.
BRADY, I.V) East 125th-st. ¦*>-"-,
ELEVATOR RUNNER.— Young man. 20.
white, wilting and obliging, as electric
elevator runner; one with wheel preferred.
Address JOHN. 415 7th-ave.
FOREMAN. — Experienced man on shirts
and waists as foreman of cutting depart
ment: at present employed by a large con
cern in that capacity, wishes to make a
change. Address C. H.. P. O. Box $22.
FIREMAN. &c— Young married man, as
fireman, porter or anything; handy with
tools; has been fireman before; can give
reference. A. KRAI'S, 124 Welrfleld-st..
Brooklyn. - iV-;
GENTLEMAN speaking French wishes po
sition in first class house: large ac
quaintance: highest references. Address
letters to ROBERT. 1.360 Sd-ave.
JANITOR. — By German couple; no chil
dren: charge of one or two houses. CARL
CLAPEN. 42« East 14th-st.
JANITOR.— Man and wife as Janitor: ref
erences. Mrs. FRANK O'SHEA. ISOth
st., Fordham. near 3d-ave.
JANITOR. — By man and wife: understand
steam heat and Otis electric dynamo: five
years' experience: good references. Address
L. FREYSCHLAG, 143 West sßlh-st.
MATTRESSES REMADE at customers"
residences In three h-iurs a specialty; new
tickings and hair supplied: sole users of
own patented oscillating h r carding ma
chines and collapsiblt benches. THE MAU
EORGNE METHOD. $46 9th-*ve. Country
orders solicited. Telephone 947 Columbus.
OFFICE MAN. secretary and stenographer:
also knowledge or bookkeeping; aged 25: }
educated and experienced: competent to take
charge of office conduct correspondence. :
etc.; now holding ->oeition of responsibility
and trust as a chief clerk; can furnish bond
If necessary: h ! -he« recommendations. Ad
dress Box 3. Jacksonville. Fla.
PORTER. &c. — Youns man. 22. as porter.
driver or messenger In laundry or milli
nery parlor: reference and experience.
CHARLES RIEBLING. 400 East 6th-st.
PORTER, kitchen man. driver or useful
all around, by colored West Indian; three
months in city; experienced: willing and
obliging. CHRISTOPHER. 318 West 37th-st.
PORTER. &c. — Young colored man as por
ter, doorman or waiter; personal city ref
erence. S. BUTTS, care of Jenkins. 300
West 37th-st.
PORTBK. 4c. — Colored man 'as porter or
useful man In kitchen: good second cook;
good references. WADDELL. 116 Mac
dougal-st.
PORTER.— Aged 28: handy with tools.
CHARLES DOHERTT. 1,507 Lexlngton- !
aye. |
PLUMBER'S HELPER. joDblng. by young ',
man: one year's experience. ALBRECHT.
663 East 14Sth-st.
REAL ESTATE.— By young man. as col
lector and solicitor; good practical experi
ence; best references. H. A. MERRICK. 62
East lieth-st. •
SALESMAN. — First class, who has been!
employed in a general store (country?..
first class references and bond if required, i
married. 30 years old. Address Box A 46. !
Flemtngton. N. J. |
SUPERINTENDENT of Rogers. Peet *
Co.'s Prince-st. store for the last twelve i
years, am desirous of obtaining a similar I
position with some other good house, not i
yet 40. HENRY A. GOULDEN. care i
Roger*. Peet & Co.. 569 Broadway. >
SKIPPING CLERK.— Experienced : HZ i
good packer: Al references. SINGLE- !
TON, 232 West 15lh-st. !
YOUNG MAN. 17. WHERE THERE IS A '
CHANCE FOR ADVANCEMENT: CAN.
FURNISH Al REFERENCES: THREE '
YEARS' OFFICE EXPERIENCE. F. W. [
D. 332 HALSEY-ST.. BROOKLYN. j
YOUNG MAN. IJ>. strong, willing, at any- I
thing. WM. CUMMINGs*. 383 lst-ave. {
YOUNG MAN. -0. in wholesale house: can
furnish bends in any amount. WILLIAM ¦
STEIN. 4» Grand-st.
YOUNG MAN wants to learn a trad*. Ad- ;
dress W. S R. 315 East USth-st. s
YOUNG MAN*, In the country; familiar with !
horse* Address CHARLES STARTZ. 121 ;
Ban 3d-et. ;
YOUNG MAN as helper In restaurant or as
k'tchenman. can make short orders or as
second or third hand in bakery on breTi
and cakes, or as porter tn saloon: speaks
Gerrran and English. Address 536 West
12th-st.. M floor
YOUNG MAN. 23. at anything: knows how
to drive and care for horses and fur- ,
naces. D. BOWS. 519 East Slst-st. !
YOUNG MAN. 23. honest and willing,
wants work immediately; store or fac
tory. JOHN RUDDY. 324 West I2th«;
YOUNG MAN. 28. German -American, as
assistant shipping clerk: two years' ex
perience: good reference Address L.
FREYSCHLAQ. 14S West Jiith-*t.
YOUNG MAN. 10. educated, experienced.
In large wholesale house, with chance for
advancement, knows something of stenog
raphy. A ALTMAN. 171 Attorney -at.
13
: Un ><. ~~7
ATTENDANT.— By an «xp«rl«ncM m.«>
attendant to Invalid gentleman: first «»¦»
muM«* operator: good valet :b*»t re.
enc*s. Address JOHN STALDER. 63 Am
st*r<iarn-«ve. - ¦¦ -
ATTENDANT, valet or WOT* to Invalid
gentleman, by experienced young ca*a;
AlMngaccd en account of »mployer^; deatn;
exollent references. S. RTaN. 13* East
17th-st. ________________
BUTLER. VALET.— 34; best of
references; two yean laM place; employer
may be s*ea; country preferred. BUTLXK.
224 East Ud-st.
BUTLER.— Tfcoroujhrr understands hH
duties; honest, neat, truthful; strictly
temperate; highest personal refer»r.e*s t>t
•ix years; vases {SO to $00. BUTLER. 131
East SUt-«t.
BUTLER. VALET.— By young English col
ored man. with good family or gentle
man who travels to any part of tha world.
B. P. GARDINER, care of Mrs. Livingston.
213 West SSth-st. .
BUTLER, chef, steward or otherwise, by
Frenchman of upper class training Ml
long experience, of strict deportment; best
city references. BOXARDT. 290 West
Ssd-«t. __
BUTLER or ISEFIL MAN.— By a room*
colored man: good city reference. Ad
dress 11.. car* J. Law son. 227 West 13th-st.
BUTLER — Thoroughly competent; strictly
sober; Protestant, aged 28; first class ref
erences. Call or address JOSEPH ED
WARD?. 9 East TSth-st.. present employer.
BUTLER and VALET.— English. aged «•:
competent: 5 years' personal reference*;
town or country. W. S.. care Caxlsward.
228 East Wth-st.
CHEF.— Hotel or club; city or ooeatry:
best references. Address UPRIOHT. 113
West BOth-st
COOK. — First class, economical young nun.
Vienna, wishes steady position: private
or club bouse; references. FR. BOEHM.
«00 East 33<t-st.
COACHMAN.— Gentleman giving op his)
horses desires to secure a situation for
his coachman, whom he can recommend.
Inquire for THOMAS LINN. Mason's
stable. 77th-st. and Amsterdam-are., or
address COACHMAN. 47 William-it.
COACHMAN.— Experienced, single; strictly
temperate: neat appearance; thoroughly
understands his business; city or country;
personal city references. Address) COACH
MAX. 413 East 34th-at.
COACHMAN.— Married; no family; thor
oughly reliable: understands his business ;
sober, willing; 13 years' best references; last
errployer can be seen. B, WALKER. O
East 10«5th-st.
COACHMAN.— Married; no family; good
appearance and figure: boat references;
last employer can be »teo. THOMAS, car*
of J. B. Brewster Co.. 1.61 j Broadway
COACHMAN.— First class private famtty
only, five years' best references; all round
man: 5 ft. 8 in. . single. S3: neat appear
ance; willing and obliging. Addres EBEN
NAN. 544 3d-ave.
COACHMAN.— By experienced man. SO,
on private place; single: best reference*;
last employed on Hamlln-i stock farm;
understands ca.« of trotting horses. Box
21. Orangeborg. N. T.
COACHMAN —By New- and Brooklyn
driver; trustworthy man: best lefaiene*;
last employes can be seen. Address COACH
MAN. car» Delano. 332 2d-st., Brooklyn.
COACHMAN. — Married. Protestant: 14
years' personal reference; understand*
care fine horses, harness and carriages;
careful driver; country preferred. Address
J. E.. 753 9ta-ave.
GARDENER. — Married: thoroughly experi
enced in the management of orchid*.
greenhouses, graperies, kitchen, garden,
lawns; any improvements; best reference*.
HORTICULTURIST. Box 47. 1.242 Broad
way. - . a
GARDENER. — Expert neaa gardener and
farm manager; fruit under glass and out
doors, and all outside details: aged 43; mar
ried: no ramily: English: thoroughly com
petent man In all respects. Address E. X.
L.. care Bridgeman's seed store. 37 Bast
l»th-st.
— Experienced: specialty, m— raj
and alcoholic cases: or attendant and
companion to invalid gentleman: restated.
faithful and gentle: highly recommend**.
H. K. L>.. 1.2*2 Broadway.
STEWARD. — 2O years old; experi
enced; wife good cook: no children; can
give good recommendation. HORN. ISO
East 3d-«.. Meunt Vernon. X. Y.
SECOND or "USEFUL MAN.— By young
Frenchman, in private family; best refer
ences. A. L. 224 West 33d-st.
USEFUL MAN —By experienced night
watchman; factory ox business house:
good references. E. S.. care of Mr. Frank.
4i'S West 4»th-st.
USEFUL MAN.—F rench, middle aged, for
general housework: city or country. L.
TESSIER. 4!) West 24th-st-
USEFUL MAN.— Young man. 23. a* use
ful man. rait on table; private house or
gentleman's place; best city reference). Ad
dress T. M'CARTHY. 344 West 423-st.. top
floor.
.
USEFUL MAN.— By young man; strictly
temperate: furnish first class reference
E. D.. 1.242 Broadway.
VALET DE CHAMBRB.— Refined; faith
ful; thoroughly experienced In massage
care of wardrobe: highly recommended. H
K. 8.. 1.242 Broadway.
VALET. -Young Englishman as visiting
valet to several gentlemen: present em
ployer will recommend. VALET. Box 94.
1.242 Broadway.
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UK VIM C SITU A MOWS WA.YTED
F«ninle.
COOK and HOU3EWORKEJR.— Touna- wom
an for bachelor or widower's family: beat
city references. STERN. 1.637 Lexington
ave.
COOK. Ac. — CHAMBERMAID. Ac— Mother
and daughter: woman competent cook or
laundress, good baker: daughter chamber
maid and waitress; likes children; no objec
tions to country. Seen Monday, 371 3d-ave.
COOK or HOUSEKEEPER. — Colored wom
an in private family; city or country
straightforward, sober and reliable: best
references. 206 West 33d-st.. Janitor's bell.
COLORED GIRL wants work; bright, ac
i tive. Intelligent and industrious; upstair
' preferred. JOHNSON. 286 West 40th-st.
CLEANING. dishwashing. housemaid's
work, by respectable colored woman.
Mrs. FORD. IJH> Chrystle-et.
DAY'S WORK.— Washing. Ironing, clean
ing. or take washing home. 344 West
17th-st.. one flight, front.
HOUSEKEEPER. — Is there a kind pfcllan
' thropist, refined home, one or two chil
dren, or none, needing housekeeper, who
will give home to worthy widow and Utt!»
boy? Best of references. Address M.. Box
10. Tribune Office.
LADY'S MAID. — Competent: French:
speaks English: good seamstress, hatr
dresser. packer, best references. H. D. IIS
West 2*th-st.
MAlD.— Neat, well bred young colored wo
man as maid. Address S.. drug store. 1&)
TilUry-st.. Brooklyn.
MAID or INVALID'S ATTENDANT.— By
refined North German Protestant; a good
traveller; young woman: highly i SiTiaa
m«c<led; good packer. 238 West 53th-»t.
Smith's box.
NURSE. — Experienced, as attendant to In
valid or entire charge of children; ho*
22? W«t a r * ferenCefc H to *»>n.
NURSE. Norwegian girt. 23 years old. cask
talk good English. to take care of chil
dren and be useful in private family; first
class references. DORA ERICKsaON 7*o
¦jt.Vave.. Brooklyn.
NURSE and attendant to elderly lady or
gentleman. by thoroughly competent
woman; hospital experience: highest refer
e>«ea from doctors and ladle*. E.. 119 Bast
ami a*
NURSE.— English: child or infant; nne ref
erence; pood seamstress: capable, willing
obliging, city or emm — y 327 East 31st-at!
top floor, front.
NURSE.— By middle aged Scotch rtrn—
tant. experienced in the car* of children
h!«h*st reference. Address Mis* M'KEE.
210 East U7th-»t.
jJUttSB. — Br refined young woman to tn-
Jar,: or growing children: beat reference.
36» East 72-! :t apartment 7.
SOUTHERN COLOREO MISSION.— Elja
teen colored me.i and women on hand;
dry or country. SIS West 123th-«t. :
branch. 37 West V*»h-»t. : telephone l.'Zi'.
Riverside. Rev. EPPS. Proprietor.
SEAMSTRESS. Ac —By middle aged widow
in Tory poor circumstances, home employ -
men', needlework, making laces, or at any-,
thing. NATHAN. » West U»tk-*t.
SEAMSTRESS.— French: out by day; «M-
Urens dresses, infants' wardrebesi fir.
lingerie; years »i».h Thurn and Moison B»
r.oit. .ith-ave. . sample*. Mmc LAURENT.
130 3d-ave
WORKING HOUSEKEEPER— By risant
able German woman, la widower"* tarn
ily. fond ot children. 407 West 43ta-jt..
second floor, right.
WASHING. — At home, by flist class la.ua
ire»». understands all kinds An* work
CARETAKER. 13 West 33ih-tt
ADVERTISEMENTS and suoscnpUona ft*
The Trtbu'e received at their Uptown
OSce, No. 1.542 Broadway. M door north
ft 3l«-et. until 0 o'clock p. m. ; adv«r
tlf«mtcts received, st th* following branch
ence* at regulsr oOc* rate* until 1 o'clock
tv m.. vU.. 3*4 ttb.«v*.. a. c. cor. 234-«.

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