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BIG BROXX IMPROVEMENTS
PRESIDENT HAFFEN TO OPEN BIDS FOR
AX OUTLAY OF OVER $3,000,000.
Borough President Louis F. Haffen of Th-
Bronx will &t short intervals in the next two
weeks open bWs for tiliMlm public improve
ments aggregating a total cost of over J3.000.000.
many of which will interest automobiiists, bicy
clists, the riding and driving public generally and
Bii who agitate the extension of the good roads
Ey*t*m These works will give employment to
thousands of laborers. Included in these big con
tracts ia the Grand Boulevard and Concourse, for
Which JL052.000 has been appropriated.
The opening of bids begins to-morrow morning.
Ti« first on the schedule is the $215,000 job for
asphalting the roadway of Wa>=hington-ave. from
Thlrd-ave. and One-hundred-and-fifty-ninth-st. to
Pelham-ave., a distance of over three miles. This
ie one of the biggest asphalting confacts given out
In Rome time. Wheelmen and others interested in
the *ood roads problem have been urging this im
provement of "Washington-aye, for riding and driv
ing purposes for some time. President Haffen
promised them when he took off! -c in January that
he would give the condition of this avenue his
immediate attention.
MUST BE DONE IN 150 DAYS.
To complete this Job will require 66.000 square
yards of asphalt pavement, 12.000 cubic yards of
concrete and 31,000 linear feet of curbstone. The
contract calls for its completion In 150 working
days. In conjunction with this work the con
tract for the repaying with asphalt of Intersecting
streets from One-hundred-and-f:fty-ninth-st. to
Tremont-ave. will also be let. This will cost $15,000
more, and will require an additional 4,000 square
yards of asphalt. The combined contracts will
require an expenditure of over $230,000 and the use
o' over 70,000 square yards of asphalt.
Bids will also be oj*ened to-morrow for the $100,000
Job of rcpavins with asphalt Park-aye. from
Bast One-hindred-and-sixty-flfth-st. to Tremont
»ve. This improvement has also been strenuously
urged for some time. The asphalt pavement will
be placed on the present block pavement. It will
require to complete this contract 30,000 square
Kards of asphalt. 30,000 square yards of stone pave
ment and mm linear feet of bluestone curbing.
One hundred and twenty-five working days in whicii
to do the work are allowed the contractor.
The bids for the $1,000,000 contract for regulating
6.1*3 grading the Grand Boulevard and Concourse
wii! be opened on August 18. John B. McDonald.
John C. Rodgers. the F. C. Smith Constructing
Company. Norton & Dalton, Michael J. Leahy. John
r. Bheehan's firm and an array of other contrac
tors will be competitors for the contract. It being
the biggest municipal contract given out in some
months.
MUCH TEARING UP TO BE DONE.
The Grand Boulevard and Concourse will extend
from East One hundred-and-sixty-nrst-st. to Mosh
clu Parkway, a distance of nearly five miles. The
Lontract calls for the taking up of all existing
curb arid flagging stones where not in proper posi
tion, excavating the roadways and sidewalks where
the same are now above the established grade or
where the rock is higher than the pub-grade shown
on the plan; filling in the sidewalks, roadways.
paths and grass plots where the same are below
trade at present, or have become so by the re
moval of rock or other material; building retaining
walls, as shown on the plan, or as may be directed
by the engineer; building all catch basins, drains, in
lets, gutters and culverts shown on the plan or re-
Buired In order to perfect the grading; furnishing
md laying or relaying a line of curbstones along
each sidewalk; furnishing a.nd laying or relaying
i. double course of flagging along each sidVwalk;
laying crosswalks where required; grading ap
proaches to intersecting streets and avenues;
building guard rails where required; laying mac
kdarri and other pavement; constructing bicycle
paths, and the construction of an arch and ap
proaches at East One-hundred-and-seventy-fifth-
B> st. and Morris-aye.. and work incidental thereto.
HI The work to be done includes 298,(Kt0 cubic yards
WJ ?r earth excavation, 402,000 cubic yards of rock ex-
WT savation. 603,000 cubic yards of filling. 30S.&W square
r feet of new flapping and 12S,(Mu square yards of
tnacadarn in roadways.
MUST GIVE BONDS FOR $250,000.
The contract calls for its completion in 1,000
working days. The successful bidder must give
bonds for $250,000 for the faithful execution of his
contract.
"I shall tolerate no delay in the finishing of this
Improvement," said President Haffen yesterday.
"It must be ready within the specified time. Now
that its practical initiation is at hand. I propose
that it shall Decome a reality at the earliest pos
sible day."
In addition to these contracts some thirty others
are about to be advertised by President Haffen.
They Include regulating and grading, paving and
repaying. and the construction of a. number of
sewers. These will more than aggregate the
13.000,000 mentioned above. President Haffen is also
preparing to furnish The Bronx with an entire new
outfit of street sißns. and a big public bath, to oc
cupy a whole city block, and which will be open
in the winter and summer months. It will be
equipped with all modern appliances for the com
fort and convenience of th» people. He has also
secured an appropriation for a new courthouse.
He is busy with plans for the burial of all over
head telegraph and telephone wir«-s and th« aboli
tion of all prad. crossings n< The Rronx.
"With the construction of th<> East Side subway
and the building of the mammoth station by the
New-York Central Th- P.ronx within a few years
wi:i be the centre of activity. Pr< sident Haffen has
a umber of ether public improvements under con
sideration which will be announced later.
LITTLE ADVERTISEMENTS OF THE PEOPLE-CLASSIFICATIONS AtPHARETICALLY ARRANGED
ART GOOD* AM) IIKK -i-HKAC. j
GUaTAVE RON'IN. 113 t;th-ave.. rtpaiier
of AntiQue. Modern. Works, •■' Art. Brlc
li-Brac: reference il'uve-n bic-g.t.
AXTIOI K. JKW ELRV.
THE KuEl'li DE LYS. 2s West 33dnit..
opposite Waldorf- Ast >rt*. — Unique De
glgns Antiques Bargains in diamond Jew
*•-:•
ANTIQUE ART FIRMTIRE.
AUTISTIC wood carver; I can produce on
wood any artistic design desired. Antique
r^-rliure reproduced. DELLA MONICA.
2iS Eut 2feUi-tt. Telephone 155»4 Mad. Sq.
ALL IX I RARLG CASES.
INCURABLE cases specially sought after
' by Prof. Sheffield. Magnetic Healer. 41
West 24tn-«t-: r.o medicine used; hours. 11
to 1. Send fcr circular; mailed free.
AVOID FMI\-*U I-: TKi.TH.
A NEW IPKA — Diseased eurns treated:
scientific method, gold di»-play not ne
cessary GILBERT I-ENTAL BOOMS. 63
%y«Si 1 2Sth-sl Oi^>:i r.ights.
ABOIT till It H*IK TRY MY
WONDERFUL Scientific R'-n.edy. it ha«
no equal for stopping falling lialr; J2 per
bottle: OEe bottle will prove Its value.
BLACK. 520 Jeri'ey-^ve.. Jerpey City.
AVIKdiH.I A IMIMIVIHi.
PKOF. S"\ LEON. Soientific Astrologer: 30
yearr practice. 108 West 17tb-et.. near
<$tfi-ave. OcmFuitati'.n ?1.
Ab HOOPERS fATAL FOOD
GUARANTEES complete riodance from i
Roacbea. all d-ucKi"ta sell It. O. H. JAO
-^■jWlK. 68 CorUandt-«t.
ART KIRMTtKE.
NETWMAN'S OLD RELIABLE SHOP.
146 East 420 -»t. Paradise for collec-ors
Ccnaine old Onlonln.l Furniture. Our spe
• clalty, rare bits of china, pewter and cop
oer: also choir* pieces of Belter parlor fur
r.lturc
ALL. KIXI)S OF FOLDMG BEDS
REPAIRED, cleaned; warranted bu« proof;
special springs furnished; Jurn!tur» re
paired nd upholstered. T. L. ODELL. -<1
\ye«t lßth-t. _^^^
AJVTIQ.VE: XI lIMTI RK.
: ANTIQUB und modern furniture repaired
•JJd restored: estlmatee and designs
eheerfullv furnish^ CHARLES WHITB
V; HEXAD, 175-177 Cclumbu»-«.ve. Telephone
■ TBCA Colnmbus.
-- A KI'HSES' REGISTRY.
. -GRADUATE, exp*r<en ed and male nurses
ALL FACIAL * «Kl\ AILMENTS.
•SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. WarU. Moles "re^
moved Cruarastaci!) with electricity;
P»mlnr Mme. UUBBER. 643 Bedford
•*•., ErooK.yr.. near Penn-et.
TOPICS IN BERLIN.
Berlin. Augrust 2.
THE TARIFF AXD TRUSTS.— The Reichstag
tariff experts find an inexhaustible mine to support
any proposition, whether protective or of a free
trade character, in the American tariff and the
enormous literature that has grown up around it.
St«>e] rails wero considered by the Tariff Committee
yesterday, and among piles of debating baterial
before the members were reports of the American
Senate and House on the tariff. Count yon Posa
low6ky-W>hner. the Imperial Secretary of State
for the Interior, had a volume of the United States
census before him. and Herr Bernstein, the Social
ist leader, was armed with the testimony taken by
a committee of Congress, from which he quoted
Henry O. Havemeyer. president of the American
Sugar Refining Comoany. to the effect that the
tariff was the mother of all trusts. Every speaker
favoring: the 10 marks a ton on rails, as provided by
the bill alluded to the United States Steel Corpora
tion, averring that the domestic German market
would be taken by that trust whenever sales in the
United States languished. Herr Bernstein, who is
the most careful reasoner among the Socialists.
predicted the breakdown of the Steel Trust from
overcapitalization and overconfidence of Its man
agers. He had before him a copy of President
Charles M. Schwab's recent declaration to the
New-Jersey coasts on the company's financial posi
tion. The speaker said that J. Pierpont Morgan
was boldly operating on the great principle under
lying future production, namely, the correlation of
all elements on a colossal scale under one man
agement. Whether the Steel Trust was permanent
or not. the principle on which it was founded would
endure as a guide to the production of the future
If the trust camf to a point where it had to sel.
Bteel at any price. It would so disorganize interna
tional markets that 10 marks a ton would not pro
tect German makers; nothing short of prohibition
would do that. Count yon Posadowsky-Wehner
remarked that there was much truth in that state
ment. The committee, partly on account of its
peculiar makeup, makes slow progress wih the bill.
and each of nine parties has a fixed number of rep
resentatives on the committee and can send any
member the party pleases to committee meetings.
The sum of 2.000 marks is allowed to each member.
Hence, in order to give as many members of the
Reichstag as possible a slice of the funds, the rep
resentation is constantly (hanging. Only one or
two representatives of each party are in continuous
attendance, and every newcomer makes a long
speech Nevertheless the committee expects to
finish the flrst reading of the bill by the 15th. and
adjourn in a month. Everything indicates that the
government is not confident of passing a sym
metrical bill, and therefore would rather let the
measure fail and negotiate commercial treaties
with the United States. Austria. Russia, etc., on
the basis of the present tariff.
TO PROPOSE DISARMAMENT.— The object of
the King of Italy's visit to the German Emperor
at the end of this month is to propose a reduction
in Continental armaments. This was the purpose
of his visit to the Czar, from whom he received
every encouragement. He will come o the Em
peror with Russia's full support. Frank A. Van
derlip. formerly Assistant Secretary of the Treas
ury of the United States and now vice-president
of the National City Bank of New-Tork. who ar
rived here yesterday from Italy, and who gave The
Associated Press this intelligence, says that the
great Italian bankers believe something will come
of Victor Emmanuels project. The young King
has taken the step on his own initiative, and it i*
not the Italian Government's, but the monarch s
personal act. He realizes that keeping up a hu»e
army is for Italy a more crushing burden than
for "other countries unoVr the Continental sys
tem, and he is inspired by a desire to BCI ye his
own country as well as all Europe in uncfttaking
thi smission. In limited circles in Italy, privy to
the King's design, nothing but hope for its suc
ee.-H was expressed.
RATE WAR SETTLED.— The rate war between
the Hamburg-American Line and the North 'fir
man Lloyd Line on their Mexican and Cuban lines
has been settled by the Harburg-American getting
a monopoly of the Mexican business and the Xorth
German Lloyd of that of Cuba.
CO\FESSED TO EMBEZZLKMF.yT.
Boston. Aug 2.— Henry F. Coe. the former treas
urer of the Bowker Fertilizer Company and Dud
ley Hosiery Mills, of Newton, was arrested last
night for the alleged embezzlement of J120.000. and
was held for the grand Jury to-day in JIO.OW ball,
which was furnished. Specifically he was accused
to-day of th<? .arceny of a note for J25.000, payable
on demand, from the Bowker company on June 3.
Mr. Coe waived examination.
In a statement issued by the Bowker company
to-day the history of the- affair is given, together
with a confession sigrwd by Mr. Coe. in which he
Baid that he had used the nutts of the Bowker
company in carrying on the business of ttr Dud
ley Hosiery Mills, at New-Londor.. for tea rears,
and that lie had used J120.000. Experts, it is said,
have found the amount stated to be correct.
THE PRIXT CLOTH MARKET.
Fall River. Mass.. Aug. 2 (Special).— Local
brokers report that the sales in the print cloth
market during the week amounted to about 75.000
pieces, all of which were odd counts, no regulars
having been asked for during the wetk'a trading.
This is a decrease of more than half, as compared
with last week's total sales. There is little If any
change in the market situation, the figures for reg
ulars remaining unchanged at 3 cents and odd goods
being sold on that basis, while outside market
salf-s are reported in some cases l-16c below the
price quoted here. Local mills are holding off for
full quotation. The fact that the cotton market
has eased off some during the week accounts in
some measure for the present dufnen In local
manufacturing circles. Offers have been frequent
of late for goods at prices fractionally below the
present selling basis, but manufacturers are un
willing to trade at the prices bid. orders, now in
effect keeping their machinery active for some
■ww-kp to come. Prices— 2B inch. 64x64, 3 «entp; 28
inch «4xSO. 2Tfc cents; 27 inch. 56x56. PA cents; 39
A.ViIQIES. (IRIOS & SILVER.
AT EBLE'S ART GALLERY. 105 West 42d
tt. near <Jth-ave. — Antiques, curios, old
Jewels, silverware, rar* fans. pa_ntln«s.
miniatures and weapons. Old gold bought.
GRAGG ANTIQUES CO.. 11« West 42d-st..
buys and seil» old mahogany, silver. Jew
elry. Colonial ch.na.
ANTiqUtSS. KTC.
FOR REAL Antique Furniture, real old
clawfoot sofas, etc.. See DI SALVO
BROS.. 223 and 225 Ea«t 42d-»t.
TE OLD CURIOSITY BHOP.— Curios, ao
tiques, 014 gold, silver «nd books bought
1 and sold. 7fti Lsxln»ton -e.Te-
AXTiqL'E CLOCK^REPAiniXG.
i THE OLD CLOCK SHOF-— Antique Banjo
' clocks, otc. for sale and repaired; watcn
maker. complicated work our specialty;
fL-st-clasa work guaranteed. ALBERT
KARG. ISO Ea;l 29ra-st.
ANTIQUE CLOCKS.
CHA3. KORFHXoEnoe EAST 2STH-ST..
MANUFACTURER OF HANDSOME
CHIME CLOCKS: LOWEST MFG. PRICE.
DABV CARriAfiKS * GO-CARTS.
CRANDALL rARRIAOE CO.. «06 3d-ave
manufacturers of baby carriages and pat
er t go— cart* of the newest and best stjies,
»rown at our warerooms: open ever.lrgs.
riISIXKSS CHA.ICES.
AN INDUSTRIAL investment opportunity:
half interest offered; dishwashing ma
chine; patent pending through Scientific
American agency; specially adapted for
apartments, residences, ultimately to be in
every kitchen ac household necessity; V>f>.
000 could be made In New-York alone
within year: $5,000 wanted. Address for
particulars, r. 8.. Box 27. Tribune Office.
THOMAS DKE'.V STETSON, mechanical
expert and patent solicitor; established
1880 superior v. ,rk. 23 Murray-et. Tele
phone
LAV Nl/RY— Established business: best
ma'-hlnery; horses. wagons; making
money, sale <-ompuls<>ry. LAUNDRY EX
CHANGE Parn R..w Building.
WANTED. — To represent some good flrrm>;
No. 1 references; have office and room
centrally located. Address MAXAOKR. M
Metropolitan Block. Chicago
IF YOU are an exceptionally good sales
man and have from $.\OOO up to invest
In an established shirt manufacturing bu*l-
T^r.une" O ffl OPP «HTi:NITY. Box 21.
KX< EU.ENT OPPORTUNITY to ln
, M fHi.OOi. K to K5.000 in an established
trade mark shirt manufacturing hmtnt—
;L; L™ 1 7 1 f. s ln confidence. PROFITABLE
CHANCK. Box 100. Tribune Office.
WANTED. $40,000 additional capital to ex
tend established manufacturing business-
SXr" unl "' Rep'y^ bRo;T«:b Ro;T«:
FOR PALE The controlling Interest in n
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SUNDAY. AUGUST 3. 1902.
!nch, 88x72, 4*4 cents: 3?i_. 64x«4. at 4 cents. The
tone of the market is quiet, with manufacturers
holding steadily at 3 cents for regulars, and on
that basis for odd Koods.
Raymond & Whitcomb's
Tours and Tickets Everywhere.
TICKETS To all summer resorts sold by rail
or steamer; sleeping car berths and state
rooms <n steamers reserved. Our "Tray-
Hl^r?' Condensed Guide" contains 2<X>
snprlmen trips: others can be arranged and
.stimatep will he furnished on application.
TOURS I'niior persona! escort (every travelling
expense included), visiting Niagara Falls,
St. Lawrence River. Montreal, Quebec. Sag
uenay River. Lakes George and Champlain.
White Mountains. Ran ley Lakes, Maritime
Provinces, etc.. etc., leave New York at fre
quent interval?. Time occupied, from one to
three weeks. Other tours to Yellcwstone
lark and Colorado. California and Yosemite
Valley, A round- the- World.
RAYMOND j WHITCOMB COMPANY,
25 Union Square, New York.
Entertaining Beyond Comparison.
Attractions from all parts of
»r?^k " n^ steer-catoherii from th»
jfif&R jgrf f*s£ ,11^ Plains of Mexico Grand eon
lffih^W&Q*SS&&b&!i&k wonders, unequalled m«in^
|£|g3^a^|^ rif . mup«urn «nfl uquarlum:
JK C^M TSw, W ill BK f'"n »wjft steamer?. Olen Isl-
B JKkJ Mf i la«| |$B i; ' i rIa ' bake r>|nn r9 al *
jß&futi&s§&£nkm^r h€ Dalry - tt<^" v^ X - ll.»thln«
rortlandt . t i>ler 9:00. 10:00. 11:00 a". M.. 12:00 M..
1-30 2?!0 V: 4.' 5:15 P. M Bridge Dock. Fulton Ferry
nrcokfyn :.:::o. 1.-.-o. 11^0 A. M.. 12:2O 2:0-... 2:50. 4MV)
r M EkM .Oi Si, 8:30 tOdBO. 10-.4 U. 11:48 A. M..
Island. 11:00 A. M.. for Cortlandt HI. only: 11:30 A. M..
for East 32d St. and Brooklyn. |12.-00 M. and 1 0.1 P. M.
for Cortlandt St. only: 3:00. 8:00. C:3O. G:00, 7.00. and
8:00 P. M. all landings. . „.„„
rreauent extra boats on Sundnys and holidays.
EXCURSION, 40 CENTS.
Including admission to all attrsctlons.
IRON STEAMBOAT CO.
THE ONLY ALL-WATER ROtTE TO
CONEY ISLAND.
Leave FOOT 22D ST.. North River. 8.00. 9.40. 10.20,
11 00. 11.40 a. m.. 12.20. 1.00. 1.30. 2.00. 2.30. 3 .00. 3.30.
4.00. 4.30. 5.00. 5.30. 6.00. 6.30, 7.00. 7.30. 8.00. 8.30, 9.00
p. m.
LfßVe Pier ( Ki,Vr >O ' 1. \ Half hour later .
.North Iliver. >
I>eave NEW IRON PIER. CONEY ISLAND. 10.40. 11.20
a. m 12.00 m.. 12.40. 1.20. 2 ,ui. 2.40. 3.10. 3.40. 4.10.
4.40. 3.10. 5.40. 6.10, 6.40. 7.10. 7.40. 10. 8.40. IMO, 9.40.
10.10. 10.40 p. m.
HO1M) TRIP TICKETS. 2r, CK>TS.
"liiNDRICKSON'S TOURS!
Aug T o r&z°\n?& I M,^K E l Ar^da,a.
Auk: If.th \OVA SCOTIA, 11 riays.
Aug lfth. AVIUTi: \T\I>S, S days.
Aug 23rd ftVEIIW SA«aKNAY. 12 days.
' Send for circulars.
TIIOS. 11. IIENDRICKSOX.
343 Fulton St.. Brooklyn. N. Y.
THE LONG ISLAND RAILROAD.
MANHATTAN BEACH.
Leave 34th Et.. E. R.. H. V.. Sundays. 6.50, 8.40. 10.10.
11.10 A. M.. 1210. tall hourly 1.10 to 0.10. 10.10 P. M.
Ltvivo K,*m -»• '■ - If mln. alter 34th st. time.
' SUXOAV EXCURSION FROM
m:\v YORK A.M> VONKEKS TO
West I'oiut, NewkSJSk mid >iiminlt of His
toric >I.»»nt Il«-»«ou.
Cool — ill 101 l 111 •• — 1 lit nI.
Slxty-m!i« sail up t!ie Hudron on the fatl and hjperrily
eauiuped steamer HOMER RAMSDELL to tishklll «re
turning l» Iba evenln*). Otis Incline lUiliway t>, summit
of highest mountain in the Hlghlaiuls. (iran.l «l«w,
maK«'itlcfnt scenery, beautiful mountain walk.v llefr»sh
m-iii* on Steamer and at new Mountain Hotel. Btean er
leaves KP-ANKLIN ST. on Sundays lit JMH» A. M.j W.
l"imi ST.. I»..'H> A. >!.; Yonk. rs. lO.lfi A. 11. Round
trip from New York or Yonkers to Summit Mt. Beacon
only *I.<H». To West Point or Newburgh and return.
TS ets.
UP THE PICTIJRFSQTJE HUDSON.
To West Point, Newburgh cr I'ouc!.ke*i>aU.
Grand Dally Excursion <<-xcept Bunday).
BY PALACK IRON HAT LINE BTEAMER9
NEW YoRK and ALBANY.
From Brooklyn. Fulton Ft., by Annex 8:00 A. M.
From New York. Desbrosses St. Pier 8:40 A. M
From New York, W«St 22d St. Pl»r 0:00 A. M.
From New York. West 128 th Ft. Ply fl:l3 A. M.
Returning, due In New Tort 3:30 P. M.
Morninit and Afternoon Concert*.
_— aSL-., ' DHKP Sl-A FIHHINO dalijr. Al Foster's
V.I drj. - , \ » $£l reliatilr. large iron »eiif;o!r.K itcamrr Anif
***' jy*W^'^^ ' er# r«-u iUr boat, runs winter and cum
"""' rmr. far*. 76c: ladles. fiOc. Leaves li2d
St.. H. R.. 7:10 A. II.; Rattery iJiiV.lrg. 8:05 A. M. »harp.
N. B. —Only iron boat en thl» route, l^trge lui'.lih" saloor:
and Orst-class reslaurart. Music on board. AL FOSTER.
RED BANK LINE.
I«ave Franklin St . Tier 24. North River. Patimiav. Aug.
2, <i A. M. and 3 P. M. Sun. '.ay. Aug 3. 6:30. Mun., Aug.
4, 7 A. M. and 3 P. M.
BADGES, MEDALS. JEWICLKY.
C. B WILKINSON. 42 John-st.. N *. i
Badges, medals, Jewelry. Corro- i
rpondence gcllclted. _^^.^^^_^^
UILLIARD AND POOL TABLES.
MANUFACTURFRS of billiard and pool
ttiblss; high grade bowling alley builders;
loweat prices MARX BROS.. -'•» I nlon Sq
L DECKER MB East Mb »... Esl. 1850.-
New tables recognlied standard: secunO
hends: all cheap Reuiil:a.
BOOK BARGAINS.
LAilgEil §m CISEAIPEST
BOOK SALE ever known. Over 3n0.00Q
volumes of literature are r,ffere<l at the low
est figures In the last contury: 50.000 Mag
azines. Ic. to ftc. each: 25.0n0 Paper Novels,
lc. to 10c each; 40.100 School and Text
Books. 3c. to 25c. each: 6T..000 Novels , and
Works of Fiction. 6c. to BOft. each: 1.-JVV
Medical Books. 10c. to JI.OO each; 1.000
Standard Sets. 50c. to $10.00: 1.000 Sets
of Encyclopaedias. JI.OO to $25.00- Books
covering every branch of literature at or
about one-fifth the price asked by the pub
lishers NO cetalogues ISSUED. Second
hand school books, review books and books
of all kinds bought sold and exchanged;
highest cash prices paid: calls at residences
free. LOVBRING'S N Y. Book Etxchange.
(-23 Broadway, near 12th-st.: open evenings.
BO4RD AM) KOOMS.
PT. ALBANS. 7 BAST 81ST-ST
Rooms, single, en suite: doctor's ofn-«:
private bathß; dining room parlor floor.
electric light; table board.
48 IRVING PLACE.
Large and small furnished rooms; table
beard if desired; by day '.r week, during
rummer months: terms moderate.
S3D-ST.. 40 and 42 WEST.— Second floor.
private bath; also large and hall rooms;
parlor dining room; references exihanped.
20TH-ST.. 40 WEST— With or without
board, desirable rooms; house ;ind ap
pointments first class: referemi s
72D-ST,. 206 and 210 WEST. — Beautiful
rooms: superior table: references Kiven
and required.
60 TO 60 EAST SfiTH-ST.— Full hotel ac
commodations: lirht ronms. with break
fact and table d'hote dinner Including
wine for $12 per week F*ul! value.
CARPCT CLKA!V"I\«.
rj o & .P. W. mLLMMS
CARPET ri.KANINO. Established 1875.
2W 1. 7TTIN3 ST. SSJ2.
CARPET CLEANING. Established 1875.
W VALENTINE. 120 W*et 134th-st. — Car
pets cleaned. 4c. per yard, fitted, relald;
cellars whitewashed; best work only.
CAREFUL CARPET CLEANING CO.—
Cleans by compressed air. steam, hand or
on floor. 1.65H Broadway. 421 East 48th-*t.
f-?i£ At BRANDT. Tel. 132 38th.
CANCER. AND LUPUS.
rfMARKAHLE discover} 1 : superseding
R X RAYS. VIOLET RAYS.
t>mm and Planter*. Physician. 361 Tomp
£Tne-ave.. Brooklyn. N\ T.. U. S. A.
Qrxcnrsions.
CASCEII CIIIED A - IIOMI3.
BY INTERNAL TRBATMENT No knife
1 last-r or pain. Testimonial book mailed
free MASON INSTITUTE FOR CANCER
121 West 42d-«t.. New-York.
CREDIT O5 LADIES' SMTS.
LADIES' Tailor Made Suits. SklrtiT"and
Waists on easy payments
WEHT END SUIT CO.. 123 West 125th
«t Open evenings.
CREDIT CLOTIII.VG.
QEXTLEMEN'S CLOTHING MADE TO
order. Jl weekly pajrmsnts; fine material
fl! guaranteed. Honm 7. 237 Broadway
COUSKTS TO ORDER & CLEANED
JULIA WHlTE.— Corseta made to order al
tered, cleaned and repaired equal u> new.
16 •*■■"* 125 th —s 1 .
DRESSMAKING.
DRESSCUTTING and millinery systemati
cally thought, pays better than other
trades; night school. Monday. Wednesday
Friday; »2 50 startf you. M" DO WELL.'
310-318 6th-ave.
DRBSSMAKKII. thorough and artistic, with
highest references, df-eires engagement.-i
by day or week: city or country. Address
THOROUGH. Box lie. Tribune Uptown
<>ffl<-e 1.364 Broad wuv
DRESSMAKER.— First class; $2; out by
day or work at home; city or country; all
tV.e latest dcsUns. 508 Went 133d-st.
DETECTIVE ACKHCT.
M'CULLOUGH. «-x-«."nited .States Secret
.lervlce Offli er.~Roplng. shadowing, ln
veetigating strJiee looked after; buzlnest
ronftdentlal. 8< lark How.
CHANDLER.
VERY best Pinnos hy Installments. $6 00 to
Jl'o.oo monthly; second hand instruments
In great variety; many makers; extremely
! OW prices. 43t» Fultoi-st.. Brooklyn.
CITI.EKT.
CUTLERT of everj' riescrlptlon on hand,
rna.l<' t' Oddar aiid repaired, at <i.
KN'AI'TH"3. 31 John-st. and 71 Nas?au-«t
CIGAK SMOKERS.
MAI"? INWIKATION. clear Havana, five
cents; Pur- Havana Tobacco. $1 20 per
pound: fine blend of tobacco. 30c. per It.
191 Washlngtun-t-t.. corner FuUon.
riiißOPonisT.
DR BROONES, 21 Park Row. Room 831 .--
Successfully treated, lnrrown nalla, bun
lonh and all disease* of the feet.
ADVERTISEMENTS ■ and subscriptions for
The Tribune recelted at their Uptown Of
fi. c No 1.364 Eroadway.- between 36th and
S7tll st» until 6 o'ciock p. m. Advertise
ments received at the following branch of
fice* at rezu!«r offlct rates until 8 o'clock
D m vli.: 234 Sih-ave.. a. c. cor. 23d-«t ,
153 Otb-ave.. cor. 12th-st.; 92 Bast 14lh-st.;
"S7 West 42d-et.. between 7th and Bth aye». ;
Mi West I^slh-»t. : 1.838 3d-ave.. between
i*6th and 77th «ts.: 1.02« Sd-ave.. near 61st
et • 1108 -aye.. near 89lh-st.-. IR7 East
l".'.th'st " 75« Tremont-ave.; «50 3d-av«..
near 4lst'-at. : Sd-ave.: 210 Bleecker-€t. .
S5 H!eecker-«t. Brooklyn. N. V.—
Court-«t ■ 215 Sm!th-«t.; 1,004 Gates-aye.
Newark.' N. J.— 784 Broad-**- AJ«o at all
A. D. T. offloea. ■
LITTLE ADVERTISEMENTS OF THE PEOPLE— CLASS! FICATIONS^ALPHABETTCALLY ARRANGED
DOGS BOARDED.
V^-^T^rToT^le 7 medicines: veterinary
Inspection weekly. WRICHI-S Kennels.
o« rgShSrTT-rt.. comer Fulton. Brooklyn.
DOGS ASP »»"«»:_________.
< » i xrpll b»-erl dors and pupplM
A c tnt^uan I Ton nnnd. FTJLTON DOG EX
CHANGE. 58 Kulton-r--
DYEINCi A CLEANING EST.
A F RICHOT. 202 Bth-ave. (Established
A Thirty YeanO.-Highest grade work.
Curtains done up. BO cents
EMPLOYMENT AGEYCIES.
st piRTNIILIIiIEW 1 !
.„ "employment bureau. are
011 r-«.t 42d-st First class domestics are
fuppntd also m«n»glng housekeepers, ma
trons, governesses, tutor*, etc
SUMMER RESORTS AND PRIVATE FAM
NO CONNECTION WITH ANY OTHER
AGENCY. TELEPHONE.
EMPIiOYERK and Employes' Inf"" 1 '!* 1
Union. 146 Wen B3rt-st.— Se!ec t t * el ?,efe^
White and colored. City or country. B«' r
ences Investigated
COLORKD ROMAN'S BXJSINBSaj CS£»
lß7West R3d-st.-Select nisle «nd fema •
heir city or country: references ln-resti
gated. -
fJOTTHFTRN EM p LO T M , BN T AGENCY
1.793 Sd-ave.— Select help, male 'ft
male; references investigated. PRETCV &
BRO.. proprietors.
female help; references investigate*.
ELECTRICAL COTTBACTOn^
JOHN T. WHITEHEAD. 1.009 6tri-*ve..
bet. B«th and 67th .^-Repairs °*™g{
trlcal Apparatus a Specialty. TeILjJW col.
ELECTRIC MOTORS.
JORDAN BROS.. 60 Fulton- st.
NEW and second hand fan motors: direct
and alternating: laig» Eto.-k; repairing.
M. F. FLECK. 7 Cnambers-st. _^^_^^
BLBCTatICAIi MACHISEIIV.
W. 24ti-.-st.. New-York.
KLF.rTRICAI/ JIIFfUM;
RICH & ti-ARE 162 West 20th-st. (for
merly with New ran & C»prcn>. manufac
tvrasof the Swinging Ball Arnunclators.
FUKNITIIREIJimOLSTERIN^
S^ISsS^E
rBKXCH crSTOMJCOR^ETS^
rrTr^n«Y MME. I . MOLLERN J.'.l Fust
&£h st near I>exlngton-ave. Offers spe
, i"i-(!ir»mpnti for summer months: lngh
r^r^rnmen^d by th. leading physicians.
/^..r«et!» COPled.
FO R S*l*E.
S2 60 f-tjLi GLASSES SH.
*T1II« » : wr "ttel-n. will «amln.
vmir eves FREE and sell you a pair of $2.U>
ZitlZ. KF.ENK OPTICAL CO.. ISO
BROADWAT NEW YORK. Hours. 8 to
6 Saturdays included. Glasses made and
repnlreo. _^^^^__^^^-^—
C.\* AM) OABOa,KIfBI »-K?TGIXBa.
WOLVERINE sfOTOB WORKS. 2S W*r
r«-n-»t N V- self-starting and rever-lng
gasolene motors for launch and auxiliary
purposes. 2 to SS horsepower: two and f..ur
cycle. __ __ _
"HALO" FUICTIOV GLOSS.
KXiKl.l FOH SH.'K:- Polish pro
duced by rubbln- with cloth. Nc-jrtshes
u-ath-r. fileflant paeta^ra. L>irge bottis SI
cents. Plack, tan. chocolats. M.-N I>Tl .
M> \\,*- :i4th-s».
HAiii am) s< alp iMuwaarr.
i.l- OYLLSTROM. Scalp Specialist.— Kt
amtnattoil free; first cure then pny: la
dles' r-alrdresslMg. rnfirkurlrg and chlrop
o-1»- parifrs. 2<2 rtth-wve.
llAin AND SCAJLP AFFECTIONS
MTIS. FRENCH TATL/>H ol 208 We.t
' 7»th-st movod to >•'■- nrotdwny. near
Plst-st. fel<'si v-.'-Tiev -.'-Tie ISSI I*— R!>-ars'<;e.
DANDRUKF. Itching. falling roMtlvely
cured. Hair -n«de grow. "Acn/r-ful r»
nulf. No failure. Mme. OTT. 33 W«tt
24fh-«t
■AIsUmKSSIIKI AMI MAMTIRE
METROPOLITAN Manlrurinr sn<t H»lr
drei"lng salon: '.a<lt<»B. gentlemen; 448 <••>-
lumbus-ave Will call at residence. Tel.
<ml Rlver»Me
HOW TO ITMB Tlir VOICB.
HOW to a;-*nk with rum-, Dower and fluenc»
taueM In a few practice! lessons. DE
LOTTIE. 70? Sth-ave. ___^^.^.^^_
HAT RENOVATING.
YOUNG'S hat cleaning establishment, the
fastest hat cleaning: system In th>i worM
884 West 42d-et. Panamas cleaned. 5O
centa. ____^_^__^^_^________^_
LAWYERS.
ADVirF. FREE.— Reliable lawyer; divorces.
accldentn collections; quicker.* returns;
teastexpeos*. Houm 1,413. 140 -••assju-it.
DrVORCES ASSURED. fee until
Granted • quickest, cheapest: r-lloble aa
vlce f"ee " SMITH & ENOKU SO9 B'way.
DIVORCES ASSURED.— No fee until
granted; .julckest. cheapes;; reliable ad
vl.e free SMITH & BNQEIU 3<>o B'way.
niVORCEX mppon- «a»a«ss for personal
ir.iYirit-s estates, contmctn; con»ul;ati..n
free J KI'.WAKU W. BBSNBN. Room F.
171 Broadway.
7 j.w firm bank references, accepts all legal
in<.« free until successful; consultation
1,5 ? Ap'iy "l.»a Broadway. Room HI.
rvrvrißCE J50 entire OOSt. Mechanics'
liens mortgages foreclosed, le«t expense.
KKl'i.Y^ l^-w Office, 1H.,11, >■■■ !.:..! -M :• ■■ c
r i. MAYES otnee. 215 Brwulway; dl
voVce $W>. entlre COHt: , mor.ey or. first
mortKage not. - bought : collections, etc.
vn ADV>NCK I'AY. — Divorces, accidents.
lnherltan'V" collections, nult»; advlcu f:ee.
ne"lable Lawyer hi l-^t 12f.th-^t.. room 26.
LOST.
BANKBOOK No. 372.472 of th« Union Dime
Savings Institution is missing. Any per
son having a claim to It Is hereby colled
uiK>n to present the same within ton .lay*
.ir submit to haviriK said passbook cancelled
and a new on* i-M!e.|.
I/)ST. — Bankliook No. ,S2lt.«T,'>. Bank for
Savings, 2.h<> 4th-av«., New-York. Pay
ment stopped. Pleaso return book to l>ank.
BANKBOOK No. 334.488 of the Union Dime
-Saving" Institution ts mUslng. Any i»>r
son having a claim tn It tw hereby called
upon to present th<> Fame within ten days
or sitmit to having said passbook cancelled
and a new, or.. Issued.
■fjQST — Bankbook No. 71.5*5, Issued by the
Metropolitan Savings Bank of New-York
(formerly 'he Mariners' Savings Institution).
Payment of th -same has be»n stopped. The
tinder will- pl«ase return the same to the
hunk. Nos. 1 jnd S 3d -ave.
I.O«!«i.
LIBERAL LOANS on diamonds, watches,
Jewelry, silverware. etc Furs stored
durlnK summer months. MAX BERN
STEIN. 271 West 12ft'h-»t.
LOOSE TEKTH.
iXK)SE TEETH tightened: swollen rums
cured permanently: hand carved porcelain
crown and bridge work (removable if de
bired). Continuous rum plates, the must
oieanly of all material used hi the mouth.
Or SMITH. 7 East 32d-st. Telephone. 244
O-Madlson Square.
MAI.K .mSECT EXTEnjII.UTOR.
lAI.LADE * 00.'3 mosquito Wte cure and
Insect exterminator nev« r tmlla; destroy*
all ln»ect« s.nd cures bites or stings; for
•ale *t all dealers'. Ofllcfc. 122 Owir-tt
N.w-York-
HinCHUM, SHAMPOOIXG. ETC.
VAPOR BATHS.—' urea gout. rli&umatlsm.
all n_rvoua troubled. Expert operators,
manicuring. gTEWAiIT. 60 West 25tli-at.
MI'SIL.
23 CENTS per month makea you a member
of the New-York Music tfc cl ° r > { Tl en^ w ?
you to two hlta every month, THBNLW
YORK MUSIC CLUB. 40 West 28th-st..
New-York. _^__^__ mmmm _
MANICURING PARLOR.
JEWELERS 1 COURT Manicure Parlors.
Marie Bennett, 51-53 Malder. I.ane; grad
uates !n attendance. Tel. 4.M3 John.
MAI IIIVERT.
AT REDUCED PRICES. — 500 second-hand
wood and Iron working machines; fuliy
auaranteed; machinery bought and ex
changed. GEO B KDPiT V.n Ma.llw.n-*-
OPTICIAN GKADIATE EXPfciKT.
WILL examine eyes free in ycur house or
office, evenings or Sunday; glasses rea
scrable. Send postal. KOPALD. 51 Last
125th-st. Telephone No. 3,088 B. Harlem.
OLD (.mil AND SILVER WANTED.
OLD GOLD, silver and platinum bought.
SCHWITTER & KENNEDY. Gold and
Filver Refiners. 26 John -St.. New->ork.
JMII [ffl I Bought. GEO. N. JOYCE.
itflyJJLll!) I Jeweller. 123 Nassau-st..
SR- n^PrTi 1 near Beekman Best prices
lii'lWlEL^ I P* - Established 1822.
OLD Jewelry and duplicate wedding pres
ents at the assay offlce of 3. P. HOVS
ARD, lo John-st.
WORN-OUT GOLD AND SILVER b ? u l t
by R. LONGMAN'S S<VNS. Gold and Sil
ver Beilners. 8 John-st.
ORIGINAL CXRIOSITY SHOP.
NI'.KIJK, 163 Park Row. Fine tools. t>"".
piatols. mathematical, sargical. »" rl - e >"
ing and other instruments: unredeemed
pl3-3geß a specls.'-ty.
OI'ItM. MORPHIXK. LIHVOR^^
HABITS CURED at home or at "a™
torlum; physician's r ' fe re i, corre
spondence confidential- FRANK RICKi-R,
351 West 42d-st.
rRI.MERS AND PI HLISHFBS.
LINCTYPB COMPOSITION.
llcation.. Blugs RUONEY & °TTE N
PRINTING COiIPANr. 11+-120 e.t 30th-
Bt.
PATENTS.
BEST facilities for procuring L. S and
Foreign Patents: 20 years • l erin??
consultation and advice without charge; »>
page Book on Patents sent free; good pat
ents negotiated. STEPHENS & CO.. ->S
Broadway. New-York C'v.
PICTIHKS KESTOKED AM» RK
LISED.
PANELS cradled: old engravings cleaned,
etc; established 1573; highest refer
ences. CHAP W. SNOW. 802 Stn-ave.
i Herald Sauve). •
RHKIMAIOL CIUED ME.
Of rheumatism after suffering for 23 years.
—Mrs COVIN. 157 West 20th-et-
KNAPP Druggist- 382 Uudson-st.
STORAGE.
CONTINENTAL Storage War-houses, 313-^
319 W. 43d. lust off Sth-ave. TeL *.WI
SSth-st.
HAEGER STORAGE WAREHOUSES. «h
ave., 53d to 34th sta.— Storage for tumi
ture. etc.; padded vans for moving, city or
counto : boxing, packing. »hlpptng ana in
•ursnee; e.-lmatm furnished. Telepno«»e
call. 3.21O — 3«th «t.
g(ALP TRKATMKM.
PHAMIft-iINU Manlcurlnx: Rlchter*s su
perior hair tonic: natißfactton guaran
teed. A. RICHTER. East llth-st.;
home or out.
sr.\M» A\n ka«iai, MAsWAOB.
HISS MART GILUAPD, <-•■ Waal 57th
; s.ilp Irsatn* '■'. B»cisJ ma»««i«e.
shumpoolng. at ladles' residences a sp»
cialty.
SCALP and racial Massaai given by grad
uates. Mn UXGER. 3H West 59;h-st.
rraouTEKi .v i»k %ii:niEs
E. J. FERRAIIA. UtM I>exingtcn-ave.—
Awnings to order, repaired acd put up;
mattresses made nver: slip covero; uphol-
terln^: .rrpets fltt«l and laid; antique
f\irnlture "n hand cf all kinds; cabinet
«ork and roll^hlnc. __^____
lI'HOLSTFniXfi * MATTRKSSEH.
PKMADE at shop or residence: old furnl
t r** r*" h I i(i*(i to an- color • reasonable;
rnbinet repairing. ra.rpVnter Jobbing: car
pets cleaned, sewed, relald. DORNER *
CO.. 4.'U Am»ferdam-av».
IFHOLSTEHKR AM» DECORATOK
•*.-»—•• WORK GfARANTEED.
I j\l References famished. Moderate
I I 1 pil'ea. KARTMA.N. 86th-st. *n1
1 l_« Cclumbus-av
VNURt-VIM ■£— •! mm.ivs.
FINH old instrument* for sale. A .'*? n ,*
number of Oil Palntlnt*. %VM *'if I '_
SON. Pawnbroker. 91 Park Row. Uoa..s ;; n
Diamond! and -lewelrv. Established li-— .
llk.i.i' MASTED.
Male. J .
A .j jrv ,->!'7 v Tl'>N «."• uyr*irtuni*.y ts prrere<".
to a mlddli. og^.l man of good address to
engage In high cls»s newspaper .ffSf
tlon canva»»lr.g: S oo<l weekl> salary guar
snteed anj liberal commission paid lr. add.
tlon. Address, stating experience and glv
tng refe-vn^^s <!. B. K. Tribune Off He.
AD WRITING, illustrating, pr^i Ins.
louroallsm bookkeeping cr stenography
taught by mall fr-e. Pay no tu.tlon BMll
we. secure permanent employment. Gradu
ates guaranteed positions. Write for free
tuition contract, mentioning subject you
wish to study. CORRESPONDBNCB IN
STITUTE OF AMERICA. 8240. Scranton.
I'enn.
ATTENTION!- Men wanted, by doing an
easy wi.rk you i-an travel to England for
*.'.. $7: Oerman>. $10. and ATrica. J25: also
free transportation, returr. pansage. AT-
I«aNTI<" SHIPPING OFFICE. 1^ lst-st.
ATTBNTIONI Men wanted; cheap trip all
• -iiiiripal Kuropean ports. I>mdi.n. Uver
pool, OlasßOW. Hull: als" tro* transporta
•■ l. •] DTOCured. Apply shipping offVes. 0
Clinton rt. ..r 73 West St. New- York.
SALESMAN.— Wanted, husM'.ng salenc-.ar.
for New Yi>rk. by wet! established w!-.ole
shl« house- high ccmmi!«slon contract, with
$2:> weekly advance while travelling. JESS
H. SMITH CO. Detroit. Mich.
WANTED. — A steady man and wife to take
charge of farm near city; good butter
mak«-r: good place for right party. Ad
drew \V., 114 Lllerty-st.. Rooni '.km.
TOUNQ MKN WANTED, any distance,.
copy letters, home evenings and return
to us. We pay *I<> per thousand. Send
addressed envelope, particulars and copy.
V. M. '.. Department £'>. Box i.4ii, rhiia
delphla. >
HKLr WAX TED.
Ken*»Je.
KINK HAND SEWISRS v ANTED to make
bows and fancy trimmings •'all before
11 a. m., 127 Duane-st.. Room 75.
HOME WORK.— SIO to $i."> wiafcty; some to
copy letters; $.'• weekly made working
pvenlnjrs. Knrlose stump. For Instruc
tions, etc.. a.ldrcss 20TII CENTURY
MKU. CO.. Toledo. Ohio.
YOUNG LAXMEB WANTED, any distance,
copy letters, home evenings and return to
us. We pay $lt» per thousand. Send ad
dressed envelop*., particulars and copy.
F. M. P., Department SS, Baa 1.411. Phila-
WANTED. immmilately. experienced ln
fant's nurse; references; good salary. Ap
ply Sunday and Monday. » West 42d-st.
IF YOU WAIST
the mmi mm
CF MEL!?
LM BE
MUitli WAVTKO.
. Female.
Si'ECIAI, KAli . « . .^EMPI.OVKD.
■*♦ wordi 3 tiiura jr , rlltl
1 time rate 30 oenti
ELDERLY Amer.can woman, any position
of trust: city or country; good reader
fond of children, good home preferred to
high salaxy. Addr«- MOST, _,7 w««t
WOBK WASTED.
Female, ■ -'
ATTENTION! — A refined, cultured. Chris
tian lady (elderly); an efficient person in
any household: an experienced. successful ■
teacher; good housekeeper, neat sewer. |
agreeable reader: offer» »ervlces for Peas
ant home and moderats salary: backward .
pupils or persons of neglected education I
rapidly advanced: country preferred; would , 1
engage for September: references ex-
changed. Address, with full particulars. . ;
TBACHER. 11 Overlook Place. Newburg. ;
N. Y. ;
GOVERNESS or as tutor In preparation
for college, by a New-England college
bred girl: best references. Address T..
TriUUM Office. ; ;
GOVERNESS. A North German lady as
nursery governess in a family; able to
teach French; can sew well. Address E..
Box 24. 02 East 14th-st.
JANITRESS. ic — Young woman as Jani
tress or caretaker; no cards; bt-sf of ref
erences. Mrs. KENT. 501 East Mrth-st
OFFICE ASSISTANT— By refined French
lady. Mme. St. CROIX. 100 West 27th-st.
SALESLADY.— First class, in bakery; ca
pable of taking orders and full charge, or
as cashier in high class restaurant; refer
ences. WARD. 4» East 10<)th-st.
STENOGKAI'HER and TYPEWRITER.—
Accurate. neat beginner desires first
class position; best references: college grad
uate. Address Miss PRUSSNER, 349 South
4th-st . Brooklyn.
ORK WASTED.
Male.
ACCOUNTANT.— PubIic, consulting: expert
corporation: auditor: go anywhere; aud.t-
Ing and originating; perfect bookkeeping;
system- guarantee trial balance monthly or
no pay- highest credentials and bond. AU
DITOR,' P. O. Box S«9. - • "U
ACCOUNTANT. expert: books opened,
closed exa.-r-.ined • attending small sets of
books temporarily or permanently a
specialty; charges moderate. 8.. *4»
Greene-ave., Brooklyn.
AMEhKAN. a%\ married. larj,v ssjafeassa ex
perience, conversant with stock v slue|«.
energetic. strictly temperate. honorable
lecord. lately head of large manufacturing
business, desires executive or confidential
position where ability, thoroughness arid
trustworthiness will be appreciated. Ad
dress CJRADfVTE. Box 12. Tribune Office.
ANY KIND OK WORK.— I> energetic
man 25: understands bookkeeping: ten
years' reference's: willing to start for mod
erate salary. El R.. 2«3 East 15th-st.
BOY 17. attended manual train:njc high
school two years, would like to associate
himself with an electrical concern v " e [-
he can learn the business from A to Z. Ad
dress J. .T. 1... 4t»rt Marlon-st . Rro..k:yr.
BOY. 1«. in o*Ti'.«: Is bright and willing and
of Amerl.an parentage. C. A WEBB. 20
South lligh-»:.. Mount Vernon. N. ».
BOY. 17. in resp-cu-ble oface: exv»r.»n -<"■■:
gCKjd p-nman. honest: references: $5 5O to
ITptr week. KEPKER. 10% East 3d-st-
m>v. 15. grammar school graduate. '«y»n?
with parents, tn office. Address JOHN
RI.VOEN. 372 Wlllls-ave.
DRIVER. — A youmc married man as driver:
stngja or double truck: c^n give good ref
er»n-es. W. HOWARD. 120 Palmetto-st..
Brooklyn. •,'.'•* !
ENERGETIC young man. 2*. would like
"pn*ltion of trust and resj-onjiibtllty with a
rt-'lable buslp<?*s house; is at present in the
retail grain and seed business, but I" de
■trous of selling out from lack of capital;
correspondence Is respe-tfullv solicited. Ad
drrss ENERGFTI'- Box <». Tribune Office.
E.VKROETIC TCHTICfi MAN. 2«. recently
fr-rn the Fouth; any clerical psstttesjL
Ac.d>es>i F:N"';r:f:?. rar> i"V»»m polltan Hotel.
v.Vst 8r.,?.1»v0y and Chambers-st.
I.N.MNEKR-- >"'i rr.ar.: married:
light posttlea; V,w ealarr. JACOB
■:*:'-: t --p W r . ts K-n v .« r- i<iyn.
FISCHFR, the printer. Is h' 24 Ann-«t..
N*ew-York. All ktnrt-i nt work
JANITOR.— SingIe; all round mechanic ln
the Itie^ of pnperhanging. iia'nt!n«r. kal
somlnlns. pJumblnx, ras and steam fitting,
with own tools: best of reference*. Ad
dress JANITOR Box 10. Trtbwee Osßca
JANITOR in ofTI.-e building, by iirhaail':
has held poe.|t:or of trunt for year*: Al
reference: good colle.-ror. MF'TTXN'ir.
Box S4. Tribune Uptown Offloe. 1.564 Broad
way.
JANITOR. — First class apartnynt house
by respectable, ItutliM i?candlnav
lan: reliable and competent In every way:
clean and ro.Ni worker: no <-hl!drt>n. ex
cellent references. HANSEJT. 21« 'West
R9th -»♦.
IOCAIi MANAGER for cut r,f town com
pany, <*»"ire!« Is make a change: famll'.ar
with 0.-r 1 *)'i; New- City preferred.
AiOrma A. Z.. Pox 20. Trlbur..» OTlre
LIVE, ecf.ve young mar.. 23. character ref
erer.ee er.relient. neat and politic: good
ta!ker. HENRY W. BEER. Jr. 63t> Bal
tk st. Bir.. -:-i.
MARINH '•:;:■ K.VOIXEEK— Not lim-
Msa; r.cn-ur.!on mschlcl.'t: steamer of any
kind. r.. err'uver. io. r . Sootb-st
LUniT PORTHR In store, by colored man:
thre* •n.ia;!->ns Call cr addres#
JOHV R. Wn.IJAMS. 2:» Howard-aye..
■em r.ir-1..;. Dreokltr
H'Rfr.r; t-olrred man. C*. v aartar In
hotel ->r i-lut-r-ouse; vrnlx*r or butler n
boardlmr house; good reference. IHOL. 114
\-?*t Md at.
PORTKR. Ootarsd; willing an.l obliging;
handy af nnyrhlng: packing: handy with
t'»->ls. J. M(VIRE. 324 We«t BU st
RKFINKii ytmnr man. with best social
connections, to represent Al Interior
«Jecf»-atlii«r house; food opportunity. Ad
r^" I. r... Box 27. Tribune Uptown Offlce,
L 9« twdwy.
SINGLE MAN f.irtner r^.:'.t— it af New-
Y.">rk. clearheaded, conscientious, good
Judge of values, of executive ability, with
twenty yssasf experience In manufacturing
icn.l mercan'M* sosswenf, from th» Isssasl
to the. hljrries? posittnn. who Is at present
secretary and manager of a large machine
works, desires a position te. New-York 'n
keeping wl'h hr* ab.llty. Address R,,i 23
SPORTSMEN. ATTENTION '-Partte* de
l.rtr,«r < T- t^t ; ;^ r o? U au tt e RR t feo an cc d a- 1 ? 33 oo h n
SALESMAN.— An Al ■■Ursiis. salesman 29
years of age. wlt :; row rears' expertenc*
on tho road and five years inM.U. a* ie^
man or buyer insMe: highest references
from present r mi.|oy t rs. H. C BARRON*
151 Llm-et.. Newark. N. J. «"-■•.
SITUATION in wholesale fruit house- have
■iad sp*.-mi experience , n rmTlforni.
fuitg. SWAX SON 2*4 W^t -M., t rnU
TRAVELLING SAUCSMAIC 'or < ana.-,« <«.
well connected In Ottawa v «n"v can
.-!--ak Engli-h and French: sati«fa"tcrV ref
erences. TRAVELLER. 27 HartweTl
New-Hninsw:.k N J «anwen-st..
TAKING OUT PATENTS.— HtKhe»t «.»..
l«r£k"-n fUmlSh ' d - Address 'sn&zz:
fI'HOLSTKKY WORK. <eta Wfr , _ZT
Address UPHOLSTERER. %02% 02 ' CoYu m bu^
sUTmTn ro? th" coSs?'*?"? «"»*■•
zona. manufacturers' linel ,^"k nfl Arl
wlth the trade; can furn%h j?.","^ <llr " c£
erences. E. i;.' SCOTT 110 V *£*'' r<>f -
Los Angeles. Cal ° N -
atore; will give security Will in . '• club
..stance. 8..r00y SgfcSg^r j
YO bS PP ff n Ye^ ll CC r a cr y ea nin - yy ' ara> :
road foreman; capable oTiiiu ralN :
force of men; references T h . and J in * larg*
Hal!rr M H-.v, J.,« p ?. ntv N \, KANK - 1M
no, ie SS than S,,V T'T BftPHjSs|
ence. R N a - MORRJ% 52°*^ wlth rrt *^
Ip^SS^te
YOUNG MAN. 20; willing to wort «t"
thins. BREVES. 27,7 sth-st. " ny ~
YOUNG MAN. wouH lik« T £•
insure him rapid •4-4*-"in^'° S /
fled: clerical ability Tre^-e^ a^ U ~
ROSENZWHW, « lSelancey^t **l«a»
JuJAKVi'IU »ITIAIIU.\» ti A tTLu
MaU*.
SPECIAL. RATK ..> ISEMPLOYEtJ.
24 n«rd». 3 tlm«». ...... 13 eeMs
. 1 time rale . .... ... .... .30 ecata
ATTENDANT, companion, valet, to an In
valid gentleman; experienced; presentable,
well mannered, exceptional city references
which w.l! b-ar investigation. AiU>£N.
13a East 3Uth-st.
BL'ILEH. — My -mi*te[i". young roan; thor
oughly experienced In private family, wtll
make himself useful; wiling <md obil«lng.
best city references. WILLIAM. Box 87.
Tribune Uptown OtSce. 1.3»* Broadway.
BrTLER. Ac— COOK. *kc— French
cuapl<-; husband butler, second; wlf* good
cook or laundress, chamberwork. ussTttl;
good city reference. Address 152 W«st
BACHELORS SERVANT. — By French
man, gets up dainty meals; takes care .-.f
finest wardrobes; careful, economical, de
voted and attentive housekeeper; strict de
portment. JEA.V XW> «th-ave.
CARETAKERS.-Hy couple, with 111 Hl— >
knowledge to take care of clubhooss. ho
tel, boarding or furnished room house; ctty
or country. Address STEADY. 75« Tre
mont-ave.
COMPANION and nurse to Invalid gentle
man, by medical student (third year);
willing to travel- linguist; highest refer
ences. Address G. P H-. Box 23. New-
Haven. Cm.
COACHMAN— English; first class city ref
erences; smart appearance; city or coun
try. J. K-. 322 East s«th-st.
COACHMAN. — Single, thoroughly und»r^
stands his business In all respects; nea.t
appearance; good, careful driver; sober, re
liable; willing, obliging. COACHMAN, 208
West afVth-st.
COACHMAN. — English ; nine years* city ref
erence; medium height and weight; un
derstands his business thoroughly. 104 last
BOth-at.
COACHMAN. — German; middle aged; thor
oughly understands his business: good city
reference. HENRY. 101 West Broadway,
cigar store.
COACHMAN. &c. — COOK. &c— By South
ern colored man and wife: man experi
enced with horses, coachis? and gardening:
wife good cook;' reference. TAYLOR. 2t)
Jones-st.
COACHMAN and wife, for gentleraap>
pTace; city or country; wife good <-.->olc Cr
laundress: man lawns, garden, references.
B R.. 2.V. West 21st-«t.
COACHMAN, garde-er. useful man: single
steady country place: understands car*
horses, carriages, flowers, vegetables, milk—
ing; good reference: moderate wages. K.
4*50 Pearl sr. '
COACHMAN.— A lady wants situation fa
her marri-d man as coachman and ose*ul
man on country place, whom she can give
best of references. Aildress Mrs. ABBOTT
Palisaios. X V.
COACHMAN.— Was several y-ars in Braa.
ley-Mart!n family, and other notabl»s
good reference. STARLING. ISO West
*>*»th— st.
GARDENER. — Gentleman havin? «o.d pri
vate place, desires to procure good clac
fir his sar<i»ner. German, marrl«vi- eos>
patent in all branches: good farmer- aw
Iker: can take full charge: hon»st snssi
an.l Industrious: disengaged Septemberl
wages *4.-, and cottage: wife flrst class btu
termaker. A. WOLFF. 233 lst-ave
GAHDKNRR. &c— yonny man. to vi,
chant- of garden, horse and carrlair*- m!
derstands culture of all kinds flowers" Za
making hono'iers. MUHLBACH. 493 3d-if.
USEFI-L MAN.— Etxperlenced hon!Wwork»r
care horses, drive; gardsn. lawns- In n-C
£;. I^IC. referenc «- Ravork. v m
t-SKFT-L MAN.-Oerman. marrtet ....
family, good horseman, farmer and DsnU
try man. wishes steady position: bes-^-I
rPEKrL MAN-By Am-rlcan: speak*
frenrh < nd FSia/lisri thoronghly; com^
In rHvnt» family: do flrst class wait-
\ALET.— American. 24. with gectleraaa
apprec'atlng servire, nne k^rierTf^^
r.-arancv references; caa naiitan t<y teteV
l£f- correspond; caa calL W. JL. Oce-
"UM^STIC ITIATIO.H WASTEU.
Female.
COOK.— First clisa cook la private family
understands soups, meats, entrees, gania
and fancy desserts; excellent baker- ciw
reference. iL aTfJaPK. 207 WesT«fth-«L
COOK and HOUSEKEEPER.— Protss
tant woman: bachelor or widower's
7^ r s:n^r^! nee J - T - — *****
COOKS.— By two competent girls: cook and
laundress, also chambermaid and wait
ress; two years' references; city or coca
try; separate or togethar. Sio 4tl»-«ve.,
nrst floor.
COOK iwlth kitchearoald); flp,t class
French; refereaces. A. D.. 152 «ssc
COOK, wash and Iron; private family in
tne country. Call or address J C 3""
Jersey-aye.. Jersey City. N J * *
COOK. — Good, faithful cook for small prj
vate family; best reference: excellent, but
"<-N r:r :' J U x^ t^ th ! EE 99 i t . cllo ' h "- ATKIN -
COOK.— Swedish -ook wants worlt by dar
or week. RAMSTRQM. 217 But aTth^
COO , K - — fblored woman as first class coon
references. DAVIS. 14« West 53^ '
£S?
useful: gentlemanly and wi:iia°- fW
country; separate or together. 3*» 6th-av^
WM£&EBSSm
DAY'S WORK.— By respectable wo-u, ♦„
j«.7J •priv^e sis srW;
kind of work; city references. 912 2dJVI
DAY'S WORK.— Respectable German wom
in» a to go out by the day cooking wash
iSS'iKsthV 01 ' 1 " work - Mrs - ■»■
GENKRAU HOUSEWORK.- By nea- '
QENKLAJL HOUSEWORK in small famlW;
cltv reference- <Wp ho-ne Tm-vip
WILLIAMS. 238 Howard-aye.. aes- Fut
t t st.. Brook'yn.
HOUSEWORK. —Colored girl, good refer-
HOUSE-KORKER._By respectable widow.
in small famfrr: good tatusdresa Address
'Piv. Mrs. M. JTHAETFFR. 149 Ist-ave. '
HOUSRUORK.- Rv youn? girl speaking
I > lsh and Russfan In small family
ANTOSZEWSKT. .'.^T- Eagle-eve.. Bronx
1-AI'VS MAIP —By French girl: good
sewer an.t packer, age-1 J.%; good refer
ences: newly landed. Appl7 L, H care of
Mrs. MaraK 1 SM 3th-«ve.
LAUNDRESS.— CoIored: flrst class; family
washing at home or by day; references
wii.ihMs l-.-u »>.t 17t*!-st.
MA!" and SEAMSTRESS.— ErujIIah; ci
periencetl. clever needlewoman, packer,
etc. : refers to last employer. ("all 61K 6th -
ay«».. Jaeo.uln"s Bureau.
NURSE. Ac. — Respectable girl to take cat*
of children: near sewer: good reference.
Call before Monday. August 4, at 418 Carl
ton-av?.. Brooklyn.
NURSE. *c. — good, faithful, competent
nurse r<> baby or : lren: assist with
chamberwork; r-est ctty references. AT
KINSON. 32* West 44th-st.
! XT"KSK. — English nurse) seeks permanent
■ p.)«i:'.nn with refined peoole to tak» ca.r*
I of inv-UM lady •■ gentleman, or will tak»
i full charge of baby from Mrth; ctty r«fer
I ences from doctors and patients. S. N.. 433
I 3th-ave.
: NURSE. &c. — An experienced nursa or nur
. scry eoverne^"" ln refined farrilr: nnder
i stantis kindergarten anj physical care of
; yoorw .hil.ir.-n hUhest reference. T. 3f-.
! •Jin 2d-ave.
NI'RSE. *•-— W iman to take care of <*hil- ■
t dren or do housework for elderly people;
, wlliinK. obliging: srood reference. BURNS.
' care of Murphy. 242 East 41st-st.. one flight.
t RESPKi "TABLE West Indian gtrl to sew ta
• factory, dressmaking establishment, or a»
' iroo'l buttonhole maker, reference. I)OUO-
I I^S. 232 BMI «Vth-st.
; WAITRESS —Family or private boaHln*
I hous«: first dM; or would do chaznber
! work. good reference. 241 East 23t>i-*t..
I thirr! NMf
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