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Discussed hy Captain Mahan in Ad
vance of Its Adoption.
This attracti^ reprint of a number of Cap
tain Mafcan's recent magazine essays would in
»ny circam«tances be prized. The authors
clarity of thought, authority of information and
charm of style make all his writings welcome.
The title of the present collection. "Retrospect
and Prospect," is ostensibly merely that of the
flrrt of it* eight essays, ono originally prepared
tipon the ending of the nineteenth century and
appropriate to that time. Nevertheless, It would
have been difficult to devlss a title more flttinr
for the whole volume, with respect to the seven
other essays a. well as to the first. Especially
rtcM-s this appear true when we turn to the
•teth lr, number, which discusses "The Persian ,
r.ulf and International Relations." This was
nr« published in September of last year, when
dMtc was no expectation on any hand of any
*uch *tartlins pronouncement as that of Lord
Lansdowne's the other day. Yet. had Capta n
Mahan had the prescience of a seer he could
i scarcely have written more appositely to the
present situation than he thus did many months
Lord Lansdowne's utterance has been called
a -British Monroe Doctrine." Captain Mahan
does not thus name it, nor does he suggest any
resemblance between it and that doctrine. Per
haps a more fitting analogy is presented by our
attitude toward the American isthmian canal,
hut neither does he refer to that. The case is
discussed upon the sole basis of its own con
ditions and direct environments. The Persian
Gulf is the terminal of another great inter
©cear.ic railroad, about to be built. It is neces
sary for the welfare of that road, and for the
■imilllU oi' the country throuph which it
runs. and, indeed, of various other regions,
whether producers or consumers, that that ter
minal should be under the stable and beneficent
Hini of some capable power. The powers
•which now border upon the Gulf, to wit. Per-
Kia, Turkey and some minor States, do not an
*tver that description. Therefore 6ome other
power must assume the authority and responsi
bility. The two powers most concerr.ed are Great
Tlililal and R'JSFia and one of their, should nat
urally exercise the needed suzerainty.
Captain Mahan unhesitatingly indicates
Qnsjl Britain as the power to which it falls
. Mlrsr to say wheth r she will discharge the
duty or l*>t it ■• to another." That is because
*he is most concerned. "She Is so not only in her .
own rigK and that of her own people, but in j
the yet more binding one of imperial obligation
to a great and politically helpless ward of the
*mpi:e-to India and its teeming population."
It is «=sentlal that the road from Europe to
India f hall be kept open and free from menace
by a hostile power in the Persian Gulf, and
also that there shall be freedom of trade be
tween India and Southern Persia. In this
Captain Mahan goes a step further than Lord |
Lansdowne, for he un?es that Southern Persia J
#hould l>e considered and maintained as a sort
of "British sphere of influence," since the north
•*rn part of that country is already under Rus
sian influence. He would, indeed, have had
Great Britain construct a British railway sys
tem in Southern Persia, to match the Russian
roads at the north, and extend it to the lower
part of the Euphrates, so that the German
road pushing down through Mesopotamia would
■find its terminus in a British system. '
He does not seem to give much credit to
ntnries of Russian designs in Southern Persia
and on the Gulf, thinking it far more to Rus
r.la's interest to secure an ocean frontage on
the Pacific In Manchuria, for which purpose
*h» is Jeveloping her great Siberian Railroad.
That road is secure from any alien interference,
and is purely Russian. Great Britain, there
fore. Is entitled to maintain for herself the al
ternative water right to the east, and to guard
It against interference As for Germany, the
chief builder of the Mesopotamia Railroad, he
thinks there should be no quarrel between her
r,d Gieat Britain over the maiter. In the meas
urable future Germany will be Inferior to Great
Britain ir. naval force, and she should realize
•the fact and be content to have Great Britain
Aomirate the Indian Ocean, knowing that such
domination means freedom of commerce to ail
Tiations. His final appeal is for conciliation and
*"o-operatlon between those two nations, 1n
place of the jealousies and bickerings of the
last few years, rommending to them "Washing
ton's warning against "permanent inveterate
antipathies against particular nations." Such
MMra is sound, and Its acceptance by those
powers would be for their good and for the
srood of the world But we are not sure that
nny advance toward its acceptance has been
niade in the incidents concerning the Persian
Gulf which have occurred since Captain Mahan
»rot» this interesting essay.
J. A. BAILEY BUYS SIWANOY CLUB.
The Showman Will Tear Down House Where
Murder Was Done.
J&mes A. Bailey, of the Ba.rr.um & Bailey circus.
ha* purchased the Siwanoy Country Club In Cor
coran Manor. Mount Vernon. and will establish a
large country place »here. The property consists of
twenty-eight acres of land and a laree clubhouse,
nnd Is owned by the Glover estate. The pnee la
said to have b*en 5140.0 W. The officers of the Si
wanoy Club said that the club would remain in
possession until Its lease expires. November 1, after
sjlikili it would more to a new location where It
•xpects to establish an especially fine elghteen-hole
golf course. Mr. Bailey will tear down the club
A mysterious murder Is connected with the Si
wanoy Club bouse. On September 1, 1901, David
Scott and John Clayton, the colored steward ana
his assistant, were found murdered in the garret.
They had been stabbed to death b;- pome one who
had used a Urge knife and also beat them over
the head with a golt cleek. Robbery Is ■mijaill to
have been the motive of dM crime. The steward
■had the club receipts in Ista bedroom under a mat
trees, but the murderer, in his haste, overlooked
them! No clew was ever obtained.
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Action to Foreclose Mechanic's Lien for
$1,240 12 Brought.
Charlea F. Murphy, the leader of Tammany Hall,
Is the defendant in an action brought by Henry J.
Schreiber to foreclose a mechanic's lien for $1,240 12.
Schrleber, through his attorney. F. F. Eisman, of
No. 261 Broadway, alleges that Mr. Murphy made a
contract with him for the sum of $1,600 to paint,
paper and decorate his house at No. 305 East Sev
enteenth-st. He did so, receiving oniy $512. and de
clares that the balance, with interest ciue him.
amounts to the sum claimed.
Mr. Murphy, in h.s answer, drawn by Charles
G. EMUon. denies thai be ever employed the plain
tiff to perform any work for him or that he owes
him anything. He says he did employ a man
named Nathan Fernbacher to do up hia hov:se and
paid him all that was due him.
TO ATTEND DRESDEN'S CELEBRATION.
Aldermen Vote in Favor of Two Flatoons for
Alderman Philip Harnischfegor. of The Bronx,
was appointed yesterday by the Beard of Aldermen
to represent this city at a municipal celebration
to be held In Dresden. Saxony, on May 2". and con
tinue until September Alocrman Harnischfeger is
a native of Saxony and will leave bere next week
to visit old friend*. He will pay his own ex
A resolution offered by Alderman Baldwin re
questing Fire Commissioner Sturcis t>» establish
the two platoon system in the Fire Department
MR. SOMERVILLE BACK FROM SOUTH.
Henderson M. Somerville, chairman of the Board
of Classification of the Board of United States Gen
eral Appraisers, returned to New-York yesterday,
after his annual vacation, which he spent at his
home in Alabama, While away he went to St.
Louis and Chicago, holding hearings on customs
appeals in both cities. Judge BuUMivOle rmM
yesterday that the South is to-day more prosperous
than It ever wa«*. He heard little of poiitk-s
while he was there, but so far as he did talk with
politician? in Alabama, he would say thnt if there
is a favorite there to-day for the Democratic
ncrminauor for President next y«ar. it is Chief
AT HEDUCED PKICKa — SOlt •ecood hand
wood and iron working machines; fuiiy
guaranteed: machinery bought and •*-
<-n»i.g*d r-.EQ B. EDDY. 3ttß Msai»on-«t.
HKRALD^ Square " Salesnxwns! ii<> West
84th-tit.— Amlcjuluei and modern furni
ture bought, f^ld exrhai:prd. restored. re
flnisked. packing, shlpplasj.
FURNISHED ROOMS. 2T>l West SOth-st..
corner of 2d-ave. and 3oth-et. — Parlor and
bedroom rotir«-(-t«-(5. Rlni- <<:;(■ br-11.
6KTK --'T 104 WEST.— Attractive, «unny
nocm f.r OSM; sopertor service ; private
American far:.l!y references.
sVTH-ST.. EAST. 121. near Park-aye.—
Handcome suite of large rooms, with pri
vate bath one tint!! and one large room;
re'ned; homelike: references.
SIS WEST SBTH-ST — Handsomely fur
nlsheO. larg«. light parlor and bedroom;
n»e of piano; private bath: all conven
lenc*«; private house with owner, near
1 Central Park; references exchanged.
439 STH-AVE .— apartment. 2
roatns and bath. June to October. In
HOT and cold water; bath and large closets.
114 Ea*t 4Stb-at.
TO VBT Furnished. June to October;
studio apartment; two BStwasta: llrht
usekeepirg. bath: cool: $« a week: ref
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Clab. 37 W*»t l»th-st.
ACCORDION Pleating. cide pleating, plrk-
Ing. etc; (Bathers, curled; work guaran
teed, paragon p)*-uti!.g. Works, 618 Bth
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119 V.>." ttKh-at.
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MRS. LESLIE MORGAN'S
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13 and 15 West 86th Street.
Near Central Park. New York City.
REOPENS WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER IST.
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THE" PEEBLES AND THOMSON SCHOOL.
30, £2 and 34 East 57th Street. New York City
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PAMLICO SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Pompton. N. J.—
nth year. Exceptional advantages In location and
Instruction. Large grounds. Ail outdoor sports. Illus
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26 GRAMERCY PARK,
2 rooms and bath, unfurnished. $45.00 per month. In -
cl-jdlng light, heat, and attendance, from now to October
Ist, also a few furnished suites to rent transiently or
JAMES KNOTT. Manager.
53 WASHINGTON SQ.
Two rooms and bath, furnished, with beard, light, heat
and attendance. $16 per week. Two roomß and bath fur
c'.Ehed, without board. $40 a month.
JAMES KNOTT. Manager.
HUDSON RIVER BY DAYLIGHT.
FIRST TRIP. MAY 18TH.
MORNING BOAT FOR WEST POINT,
NEWBURGH AND POUGHKKEPSIE.
Hudson River Steamer MAHY POWELL.
Commencing; Monday. May 18th, Daily (Sundays ex
cepted). Leaving- New York. Desbrossea St.. 8:40 A. M. ;
W. 22d St 9:00. 129 th St. 9:2 i). Yonkers 9:45. landing at
Weat Point. Newburgh and Po'keepsie. Returning leave
Po'keepste 1:20 P. M.. reaching 128 th St. 5:10. 22d St.
6:30. Desbroes?s St. 6:00 P. M. Morning and af'ernoon
concerts. On and after May 29th MARY POWELL will
resume her regular route, leaving New York 3:IC P M
DAY L.IXB STEAMERS "NEW YORK" and "AL
HANT" commence regular trips May 2Sth from New
York. May 2©th. from Albany.
CATSX9LI BOUDSQI 1 (Sl^M£W
BOATS leave Pier 43. N. R., every week-day, 6 P. k.
Jtoi. 7, 1903.
Bamples put up on requeit.
SL'VLJGHT BI'KNEB. 80c.
SUVIO HEAT U!1
•Thu dM . & LIGHT CO.
tho work." 1.079 3D AYE.. 60 PARK PI-.
Sent on receipt of price. ezp. prepaid.
OFFICE FU RJtITtJRB.
no l t, t o p
In great viirtety
of style and
111 JTulton St.
BOAKU A\D ROOJIS.
A!— A!— A!— ATTENTION!
Attractive floors, suites, with private
bath- with or without board: slngl* roomn;
doctors' offices: all desirable location;
highest references given. Information free.
I. C. LELAND A. CO.. 2 West S3d-st-
DELIGHTFUL ROOMS, en suite or single;
newly decorated and furnished: parlor
dining room; Southerners and tranpt-nts
accommodated; every convenience: table
board: near L. 78 West 105th-st.
96 17TH-9T.. WEST. — Parties contemplat
ing remaining in town may secure spa
clous rooms; dresulng rooms; private bath;
»e!l appointed house; excellent meals; ref
erences exchanged: moderate.
70TH-ST.. 30 WEST. — Second floor suite of
two large rooms, with dressing room and
bath- occupies entire floor and Is cool; a
delightful summer home; one-nuarter block
from Central Park: refined, quiet surround
ings; excellent cuisine and service; tele
WEEP 57 WEST 12STH-ST.— Sunny, front
room" for two ladles, $5, $9 for two; table
16TH-ST . 41 WEST. — Large room, with "r
without bf.s.d; table excellent; table
11TH-ST.. 17 EAST. Hotel Van Rensi-elaer.
Elegantly furnished new apartments;
private baths, elevator: private telephone,
electric light: hnt«>l service: $17 69 weekly
and upward. Including board.
223 WFST 22D-ST. — Large front parlor to
let. with board; suitable for one or two
gentlemen: terms moderate; references.
P6TH-ST., 63 WEST. — Handsome large and
small connecting rooms: parlor dining
room: well appointed house: references.
ffiW MAPTSON-AVK. (fi2d-st.>— Parlor suite
sn.l bath: one hall and one large room;
only one Mock from Central Park: unex
celled table; table hoard; terms moderate.
ST. ALBANS. 7 EAST 81ST-ST.
Proms, slng.e. en suite, with private
bathe- dortnr's ofllee: dining room, parlor
f atit- electric l'ght: excellent table hoard. _
FOR SALE1 — Desirable business; estab
lished over 35 years In New-York City:
netting about JIS.OOO a year. Price about
$100,000. MANUFACTURING CO.. Box
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for 3c. yard. Send postal card. CARPET
CLEANING CO.. 339 West 89th-st. Tel.
2,054 — Columbus.
J. & J. W. WILLIAMS,
353 W. 54TH ST.
CARPET CLEAN. NG. Efctabllshed 1873.
JORDAN'S OLD ESTABLISHED N. Y.
BTEAM CARPET CLEANING WORKS,
437-9 W 45TH-ST..
Has for the last 4(5 years enjoyed the
well merited confidence of housekeepers.
Cleaned, packed and stored If desired. Tel.
611— 3Sth St.
TWIN BROS.. 375 STH-AVE.. have the best
hand cleaning, repairing and storage de
partment of Oriental rugs and carpets In
the United States: have us pack your furs,
rues and woollens with TWIN'S ORI
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INE. the positive perfumed Vegetable Moth
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WILLIAMSON'S FTEAM CARPET
CLEANING WORKS. 453 West SNth-st.
Telfphone 6.617 B3S. All carpets cleaned
at 6 cents per yard.
W WILLIAMS & SON.
210W.77th-st. t»i. 2283
<SiU W. UW.-SX. Riverside.
Carpet cleansing. Send for circular.
ORTETN'TAL RUGS repaired, washed, by
expert specialist. HAIG S. ISKIYAN. 54
TV... mth-st. Reference, the H. B. Claflln
CAREFTL CARPKT CLEANrNO CO.—
Cleans oy compressed air. steam, hand of
en floor. I.WB Broadway. 421 Tast 4Sth-st
COE & BRANDT. Tel. 133 Sgth.
RTTG! RUG! — Oriental rugs, repair
ing, washing, cleaning specialty. BEVEN
TATOSIAN BROTHERS 7n West 89th-st..
corner fith-avo. Established ISPP.
LOST or STOLEN.— Bankbook No. 870.607
of the German Savings Bank In the City
of New-York, corner 4th-a\e. and 14th-st..
Issued to Elizabeth Llebenmorgen. All per
sons are cautioned against negotiating the
same. If not returned to the bank on the
26th day of May, 1903, a duplicate will be
LOST.— Bankbook No. 33.523. Empire City
Savings Bank, 231 West I2sth-st.. New-
York. Payment stopped; please return to
LOST.— Passbook No. 05.214, l«=tied by the
Institution for the Savings of Merchants*
Clorka. The finder will please return it to
the bank. No. 20 Union Square.
Lv L. FIKCJSKI. Auctioneer, 70 Bowery,
Fells, 10 a. m. :
Miy IS — By L. Burger. Jewelry.
May 14 — By Go.d.-tone Bros.. 31S 6th-ave..
formerly 636 flth-ave.. diamonds, watches,
Jewelry, all pledges prior May 1. 1908.
May 14— By A. Lawrence. 202 lst-ave..
clothing, etc., pledged prior May 4. IMS.
May 15 — By M. Stavenhagen & Co.. suo
cepsors H. Stavenhagen & Son. 25* Wood
hull-et., Brooklyn, diamond?, watches, jew
elry, all pledgee prior May 5. 1902.
May IS — By M. Simons & Son. 94 Hester
st.. diamonds, watches, jewelry, all pledges
from No. 114.330 to 117.440, Inclusive, of
May 18 — K. Dreyer. 101 6th-ave., dia
monds, watches. Jewelry, all pledges prior
May 8. 1902; all older dates.
May 19— By H. Baruth. ROS Myrtle-aye..
Brooklyn: A Lawretioe, 2r.2 lst-ave., dia
monds, watches, jewelry, all pledges prior
May 19— By M. Manning & Sons. 1.670
3<?-av<? BS-J Sth-ave., clothing, etc.. pledged
pi i r May 9. l'X'2.
May 20— By M. Levy, 4S Carmlne-st. ; F.
Kalmus. 3R9 Canal-st. : C. Kellf. 2.243 Sth
ave.; diamond*, watches, jewelry, ell
pledges prior May 10 : 1902.
May 20 — By M. & E. Bruckheimer, 2.108
rfp-ave.. clothing, etc.. pledged prior May
CENTRAL AUCTION CO.. M. Sheehan,
auctioneer. IS2 and 154 Canal-st.
Xlsy — By 6. Lehman. 292 Columbia-st..
Brooklyn Jewelry, etc.. to May 5, IM)2.
May " 14— By M. Weil & Co., 2.2*7 3d
ave.. diamonds, jewelry, etc.. pledged to
May 5. 1902.
May 15— By A. Sehlang. 1,858 3d-ave..
("lamo'ndß. Jewelry, etc, pledged to May S.
May IS— By M. Laverv. 894 9tb.-a.ve..
clothing, pledged to May 10. 1602.
May IS— By H. McAleenan. 469 Fulton-
Et.. Brooklyn, diamonds, Jewelry, etc.. No.
R- May By J. Simpson & Co.. 225 Park
Row, diamonds. Jewelry, etc., pledges to
February 1. 1902, Kes. 4.000. and goods
he May V 2(^-By Chas. Weaver. 726 10th-ave.,
diamonds; Jewelry, etc., pledged to May 10.
JOS SHONGOOD & PONS. Auctioneers.
salesrooms No. 94 Bowery.
May 13— Jewelry, watches, alamonfls,
etc X E. Fox. C2S 9th-avp.
May 13 — and women's clothing, etc,
A. Friedman. 344 E. Houston-st
May 14— Clothinsr. M. Levy. 2,616 3d-ave.
v«v 14— Jewelry, watches diamonds, etc..
pledped previous to May 7. 1902. BenJ.
A "iay S 279 Btanton-rt. diamonds, eto..
May »— Jewelry, watches, dtamonds, etc,
John .1 Aaron &- Son. 191 Grand-st.
May IS M<>n's and women's clothinsr.
et- . H. X. Wolfe, Joseph & Co.. Jersey
Cl aY Men's and women's clothing.
•tc H H Lariir 120 Avenue C.
May - weITT. watches, diamonds, etc.,
Alex. Freund, 1.545 3d-ave.
t.t T coBEL Auct.. OS Bowery, sells 10
E a X m.?aU goods pledged to May 1 1902
Mar 13— Jewelry, watches, diamonds.
etcTThos. Newman & Son. Brooklyn
May 14— Clothing, dresses, shoes, etc., J.
A Weaver 512 West 67th-st.
May 15-Jewelry. watches, diamonds, all
_.,;.» etc C. Bobel, M> lst-ave.
S^ 18-ilotWM. M. J. Grttteneld,
El M°a k y yn i 0 dresses. remnants,
Shoes, etc M. Kothman. 443 Canal-st.
May 20— inoth:ng. dresses, remnants,
t l,o?/ etc.. n'aum Bros.. 186 Bov^ry.
Annerson & Mlntz. Aucts.. 54 Bowery, sell:
Vav 13— By L. Bernstein. 2.6^3 <t:i-av«.,
all men's anj women's clothing pledged to
M May'l3^By I. il. Conn, 6::9 6th-ave..
"SSl^l^bTs. a. Flatto. 1.205 3,i-»v,..
and Ell Bobel. I.W ave., all clothing
" l May d to May 7. IM2. & Son. 1.453
' ' 15- By A Wollhatm * Son. 1.483
aye.. all men's and women's clothing
pl May d l^-By > Sll'berst7ln Bros., 2,457 Bth
ave. men's anrl women's clothing:, fine
Buiti>' dresses, remnants, all goods pledged
to May 10. 1902.
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i 1 42 Li" Vt* TED.
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week- none but those who thoroughly un
derstand their business need appljr. A4
•jeas.HOTEA * CO. Statioa O.
First cltu man. Apply to Hfc.LMh..
HUBERTY & HUDSWiSLL. Temyls liar
Building. 44 Court-st.. Brooklyn.
TRAVELLING SALESMAN f*>r New-York;
no technical knowledcaii but active, all
round hustler; established, well rat-d
house. r H. JENNINGS. S^es Mgr.. De
WANTED. — Competent railroad machinists
ar,d boilennak.;rs for out of town; good
way.-. Apply, between 9a. m. and op. m.,
tn iii:<>. H. THOMAS. 31 Coenties Slip. or.«
WANTED.— Competent railroad boiler
makers for out of town: wages 36' i cents
per hour. Apply to WM. HARKIti. U3>
Cedar-st., New- York.
WANTED. — newspaper and book
canvassers; one of the moat attractive
propositions ever presented in New-York.
Apply to WILLIAM H. GUTELIUS. Trib
une Office. _^^^^_^^__^_
COMPANION. KURSERY GOVERNKSS.—
By reflne-1 young woman; willing to
travel. Address SUBURBS. Box 10. Trib
COMPANION or PRIVATE SECRETARY.
—Address, stating salary and duUes.
ADA H WALKER. Southport, Cor,n.
COMPANION, housekeeper, or any position
requiring capability and trustworthiness.
by an Amertcai gentlewoman; .satisfactory
references. Address EXPERIENCE, 393
COMPANION. — Young lady, wishing to go
to California, will act as companion for
Invalid for transportation; references given
and required. Address J. P.. Box 15. Trib
COMPANION, or as governess to young
child, hy well educated young lady, who
sreaks French; accustomed to travelling,
best of references. Addresa Room 1A 67
CHAPERON. &c— A lady. 60. with highest
scdal position, will chaperon young la
dles for the summer; cr companion or
housekeeper for elderly lady. Address Room
12. 67 West 4Tth-st.
GOVERNESS.— By refined North German;
teaches German and English: assist mu
sic; competent, responsible; take entire
charge of children In an American fa/Ti'y:
highest and best city references. Address
B. S.. care of Professor A. faeeman, 1.102
JANITRESS, small family, experienced.
wishes plane In betfer flathouse: best of
references. 64 Bradhurst-ave., corner West
JANITRESS.— Woman aa Jan!tre*s; small
flat preferred, highest reference. AD
VERTISER, 407 West 50th-st.
PRIVATE SECRETARY, clerical work,
companion, by day: any position of trus.;
references. EXP SRI EN CEO. &>4 Broad
STENOGRAPHER and TYPEWRITER-—
jrir>e-'ence<! modermts s»lary; with ad
,SVnt A. C. bHERLOCK. 449 39th-
STENOGRAPHHR. TTPEWRITIST. AS
SISTANT BOOKKBPTPFSR — Neat, accu
rate; willing and obllelng: permanent posi
tion: salary $.<^-*lO Miss L. M.. 132 Rich
STENOGRAPHER— Young lady with husi
nes? experience with good house. M. J.
V.. 153 6th-ave.
STENOGRAPHER and TYPEWRITER. 17:
rapid accurate, with business house; onf
year's 'experience- references: Remington
and WllUama operator. Address KLLA, lu9
TBACHBR. — Lady, musician, teacher of
French and German at city private
schools. des!r«>s engagement for summer In
family; highest references. SINAGNA>.
TUTOR, &c. — Position for the summer aa
tutor governess or companion, by woman
of 23- high school and normal school gradu
ate- five years' experience as public school
teacher. Addresa Box 123, Canaan, Conn.
TELEPHONE OPERATOR en Private
switchboard: also typewriter. Ml»s M.. 19
MaHnri Place. Jersey City
ACCOUNTANT.— Expert; employed during
day. desires evening work auditing or
Ijeej-irg email set books. Address A
SCHNEIDER, care B. & S., 119 Spring-at.
BOOKKEEPER-— Thorousn. practical, ex
perienced accountant; at reasonable sal
ary capable taking charge of office or any
position in an office, REXNER, Box 32,
BOOKKEEPER, ACCOUNTANT or SEC
RETARY, desirably qualified by experi
ence. In office and outside routine and de
tails. W, Box 374. Tribune Uptown Of
fice, 1,864 Broadway.
BOOKKEEPER. OFFICE MAN.— By ex
perienced man. S2; seven years last
place- with reliable firm; reference. Ad
dress A. A.. Tribune Office.
BROWN and lime stone rubber, flairer; all
Joba dor.c cheap. Address EMIL TERRY.
433 East 71st-st.
BOY, attended high school o.e year. In of
fice- has had some experience at books:
recorrimended. ARNOLD PULITZER. 266
EXECUTIVE. — Ar-ertcan. 40. university
education, broadly experienced, now offl
cer large corporation, desires position ef
trust and responsibility: salary required.
$5,000. EXECUTIVE. Box 12. Tribune
ENGINEER. — First class: city or country:
best city reference. £40 31-ave.. second
EXPER'ENCED and refln<?d dancing In
structor as master of eererr; ->nleß In !are*
hotel during summer month*. BROWN".
133 Boerum-st., Brooklyn.
INTERIOR and EXTERIOR FAINTING of
every description; estimates g;ven: refer
ence. G. SKKLIR & SON. 13 Maahattan
st.; 'phone 3.029 — Morns.
LJNOTYPE OPERATOR. 4.0C0 per hour;
steady, reliable man. C. C. NIXON,
MILLBR. — By flr«t class flour and feed
miller: lifelong experience. Address
BERT BUNNELL Cranford. N. J.
MAX as assistant shipping clerk or make
hlm«(-lf generally useful; Al reference.
CHARLES LITZ. 2.135 2d-ave.
NIGHT WATCHMAN.— By young man. 30-.
llnei ■ us voucher. Ad
..- rROWICT, 638 Sd-ave.
PRIVA .-Kt"TiTTr A RT or CONFIDEN
TIAL '"'L.tlKk — 3t(?nographer and type
writer: best city references. C P., *49
PORTER or any lucrative, position: 13
yars' city reference. S. P. RICKS. 629
PRINCETON SOPHOMORE), experienced In
bookkeeping, stenography and tatorlng,
desires situation during summer: can fur—
nlih best references as to character and
ability. Address 8., 17 N. W.. Princeton.
REPAIRrNG — Work dons at your own
home at mechanic's wages: ftn» furniture
repairing; mattresses made over; carpets
laid; varnishing and polishing of furniture.
CHARLES STLT)E. 827 6th-ave.. elec
STENOGRAPHER and TYPKWRITKR.—
Five years' experience: reference; no
agents. El A. MACKIN. 110 West lOlst-st.
STENOGR.XPHER. typewriter (any rr.a^
chine), correspondent, bookkeeper. e«neral
clerk: ajred 30: knowledge of Spvtsn: ref
ereneea exceptional. G. WOI.J'. 1.065 Paw
son-fit.. The Bronx.
STABLEMAN. — Ky handy man around
horses or first coachman; first claf» -•■• ■
»rence. CHARLES KNOX. 123 WM 3d-«t,
SALESMAN.— Five years In wholesale,
lln»n business drumming retail trade;
would travel. CROSSLEY. 2.833 Q'way.
YOUTH 17. who must depart from his
studies, seeks office position. Address
0.. Box 20 Trltune Office.
YOUNQ MAN, 20, In OsßMi with chance
of advancement; Manhattan preferred;
threw years' experience with Custom House
broker- can furnish excellent reference.
Address F. J.. 275 24th-st.. Brooklyn.
Yors'O MAN 18. willing to work. Ht auy
tMnp Apply C. BKCKMAN. 2\X, At
YOUNG MAN. 20. to work at tf-*» tinsmith
trade- 3 >ears' experl«nc«. H. BIRMIXO
HA.M, 16 Spencer-st.. Drookl j n.
YOUNG MAN. 10. wr.ere there Is a chance
,-. ? ,. secuiit] : baat refereao*.
A E GXLMORK, 23^ East 133 is;.
YOUNG MAN. H*. f '«ir years with vhola
tvoitae BlllDg ordars in.l anaweunij
carreapondence 5. HUTTBEBO. «41A
YOUNG MAN. I». at anything, with ad
vancement: living with parents; can fur
nish good references. Address OKORGE
WEITZ. 1,281 Putnam-ave.. Brooklyn.
TOCNQ MAN, 20: ambitious; excellent
typewriter; experienced office assistant;
can furnish first class nsferancea. Addrem
r, H. R.. 310 West 12th-st.
YOt'NO MAN Ci. «ith business experi
ence, speaks' English and French, any
where if advancement; good references.
Address, W. S., Box M Tribune Office.
TOUNQ MAN. 20. with knowledge of book
keeping, as assistant bookkeeper or clerk,
where alvancerrent Is to be ha-1 on merit;
salary expected. $I<>. THOMAS EDEL.
1 11' A Powers-st.. Brooklyn.
DOMESTIC SITI'ATIOSS WANTED.
*""""'"'" siMp" ~~"~
ATTENDANT or NURSE.— refer
ence* of physicians end employers.
FRA.SK REiCUKAJiDT. ua Wost ata-st.
DOMESTIC sin \ti«»>* WAXTBO
A TOCNO man. witb excellent ref m satsa
will be of service In »ny capacity to
family going to Europe. THOMAS «tBW
IX. 614 «th-»t.. Simpson's bell.
BITLKR VALET- By re! able French
man: capable. Industrious; flrst cla«« reY
erence*. L. M-. care ifranci»que Lagler.
2.M West 2tsth-st.
BL'TLER. disengaged June 1. would like
to take care of a private house for sum
mer. JK» ■•»•■
BUTLER and COOK.— Swedish; where
kitohenmaid is kept; competent, trust
worthy; to marketing: long personal refer
ences. !•*..' East ."V: 1 st.
BUTLER or VALET.— By an experienced
glieils. aged 2H: excellent reference.
PORSBERO. 216 East 51st-st.
BUTLER, with footman or parlormaid. very
experienced: F.ng.ish man, Rood valet:
four years' excellent reference from iMMt
place. BtrHJEB. 174 Eaat Ssth-st^
BUTLER — By reliabie colored man: pri
vate family or fashions
houj-e: referene. B?TLEK. Box 40. Trib
BUTLER. English, tober. honest and re
liable; $50 to $CO. ENGLISH. 10« East
CARETAKER. — By man and wife, care of
private house for the summer; woman
good cook ar.4 laundress; best reference*.
SHILLETE. 61 1 »th-ave.
CARETAKER.— Ry a respactsMs Protes
tant Scotchman and wife: r.-. family; ha»
•leven years' flr*t class personal referencs
from last employer; **<i,rt» If required.
Call or addre-^. 52* Wajst slPt-«t.
CARETAKER. — By responsible couple: pri
vate hosjss durnig uwn- r'» *b»enc« for
summer; best reference. T. L.. Hotel Im
CARETAKER. — Man and wi'«. Ameii-ar.s;
private or vacant house for snmnior or
longor- best of reference; no cnllJren.
LILLY. 81 We«- 09th-«t.
CARETAKER OR JANITOR— 3y man and
wife only; two years' experience; poil'e.
honest, temperate; quiet house; part rent
and services. Address CARETAKER. 650
CARETAKER for the summer, with private
family husband, wife «uul baby. Address
MURTHA. 237 East 26th-st-
CARKTAKER— Man and wife to tane
care of house till rented or for summer;
city or cmr.try, rest reference*. A, L.. Box
572. 1.3n4 Hroadway.
COACHMAN, groom and useful man: oin
gle; thoroughly understands his duties;
will be found willing and strl'tly hon«st;
first class references. Address JAMES. Box
24, T.-ihur.e. (JfP •■•.
COACHMAN.— Strictly sober; medium size:
has lived In best families where private
■tables are kept; drives, four; highest New-
York references. J X.. Box 74, Trlbuae
Uptown Offlc*. I.3fU Broadway.
COACHMAN. — Competent, neat appearing,
middle aged, married; no children; Ger
man: over twelve years' reference from
prominent city families where private sta
bles are kept. R. L.. care Moaemaa's. J..1
COACHMAN. — Competent in all branches:
sober, willing ar.l obllelng: has lived wltß
three of the highest famill-a In New-York
City; highly recommended. Call X... 13S
COACHMAN. — MarrtKl; thoroughly experi
enced: unexceptionable personal recom
mendations: careful driver; smart aprx-ar
ance; temperate. Industrious, painstaking,
obliging, respectful: permanence preferred;
anywhere. J. X., Mineola Stable. 6»t!i-at..
COACHMAN.— SingIe, aged 32: first class
city driver; twelve years' experience '-
private families; will be found flr«i class in
every way; personal references. WALJs 723
COACHMAN.— By a first class man. with
the beat of references: understands driv
ing four-ln-hAnd cr tandem. MAC 329
COACHMAN. GARDKN'SR and GENERAL
MAN on gent>man's place: marr!»'l;
wife, one child; North of Ireland Protes
tai.t; has been several y«ar» In last place;
employer can be seen In city; best refer
ences. At CARPENTER'S, 154 Sth-ave.
COACHMAN. — thoroughly under
stands the care of carriage and aadi:»
horses, fine harness and carriages: flrat
class city reference. VAN DEIt YELL.
217 W-st 63d-st.
COACHMAN. — Married: thoroughly compe
tent; good, careful driver; neat appear
ance; unquestionable recommen'iattons,
prominent families: hnnent. po'car, obliging-;
city or country. ROB3ON. 570 AmsterxUm
OOACHMAH, GROOM.— By a respectabla
Protestant Scotchman; married; no fam
ily; understands care and management <if
horses; an excellent driver: eleven years'
personal reference from last employer; w!f»
would care for small dairy or poultry;
country. Call or a<ldr«a» O. H.. 10 Weat
COACHMAN and GROOM.— Is splendid
driver; plsce tn the country; general man
on gentleman's place, be eenerally useful;
best city reference. COACHMAN. Box 27.
COACHMAN. — By ysung man. in private
family city or TCjntry: understands hla
business. PALX FUNK. 147 East 511-«t
CO ACHMAN.— Thoroughly nnderstands care
fine horses, harness and carriages: oblig
ing: city or country: best references; last
employer can be s*»en. D.. Bon 19. Tribuna
Uptown Office, 1.364 Broadway.
COACHMAN.— Eng'lshman. married: 12
years' first class persona! references:
competent and reliable: strictly sober. Ad
dress PRICE. 147 lst-et.. Newark. N. J.
COACHMAN — Ae»l 33. rcarr!^; city or
country: lorg experience: personal refer
ence; last employer can b« seen. CALA
HAN. 603 Amsterdam-avß.
COACHMAN. — Gentleman giving up horses
daalm a position for his coachman. W.
K. HINMAN. 1O West 30th-flt. Call or tel
ephone 2.967 — Mad.
COACHMAN. GARDENER and tTSEFTI*
MAN. — Strrmjr. w'.i::rer. Intelligent, steady,
competent all in 06 trma fonw ye»r«' r**
erences; on gertleman's place. Call 143
COACHMAN. — Married, small family: scad
thirty: 5 feet 8 Inches; a-ooi city dr r»r;
neat appearance; first class city reference;
will go to the country; sinele If required;
first and last employer can b# se^n. M.
GRANT. 190 East 76th-«t.
COACHMAN'. — Gentleman Kivint: op torses
can highly recommend h!s coachman, who
has been in h'.s employ for Btea years: mar
ried; no family. JOHNSTON. 3E. 76th-st.
COACHMAN — Just disengaged: ten years'
reference- present employer can b<» seen;
careful city driver: wHUng and o&lig'.ng. J.
KELLY. 1.861 Sd-ave.
COACHMAN. — Three and nne-half y-ars In
last place: best city reference: last em
ployer ran he seen: city or country. CLIN
TON. 4«5 Amsterdam-aye.
COOK— CHAMBERMAID —By a French
couple. In private family or ln*tit!!t! .^n ;
man as cook; wife as chambermaid: refer
erces. BOISSONNEAU. West 25th-«t..
FARMER. — Dane for general farm
work; also used to till kind* of fmrmlnaj
machines: cltv reference. JESPERSEN,
005 lst-ave.. Brooklyn.
GROOM. By young Irishman. 20. lately
landed: neat respectable; srttll private
family: medium sized: sober. Apply, threw
days JOHN HINES. 315 East 25th-»t-
GARDENER. — Married, no children; c-n
gentleman's place: man as garden*'. wifa
as cook best reference. GARDENER. 155
GARDENER. — By German. 32: single;
competent take charge ftentleman's all c.
Address TS4 Washington-st., drue stor«.
GAP.PKNER — German: saavrlasl: tai<» f':IT
Isjat I reference FT. Q
GaRT. 5 ( "<» Hlj;bpolßt-»T«., Weal Hoi
QVRDENER. FLORIST. — Single. SO: com
petent al'. branches: sober; greenhouses,
violets, roses, carnations: wants charge
gentleman's estate: good worker: long ex
pertenr*. Address GERMAN. Box 28. Trib
OARDENBR. COACHMAN— SingIe; care
of private place; experienced In garden
ing- permanent and not as assistant; writ
ten'and personal references. J. U.. Box 17.
GARCKNKR — LAUNDRESS. — Man aivl
wife: man good gardener, understands
horses and cows: woman good launc;-- or
plain cook. CONRAD STEIN. 2 Gr«en
colored rriiir. ; village or
work. li. BROWN. 11l
GARDENER. — English; married; twenty
fou- years' practical ex;>erleire. 'irder
gtoSJP and outside; good reference* Address
F Box ■, Station A. Hartford. Conn.
GENERAL HOUSEWORK.— Man. s.ne'.e
Orman-Ameriran: best reference: ftrnt
class city Institutions. iMM LINK. 403
JAPANESE STKWAKI>. HITLER or
VALET. — Economical, competent, honest,
n.t>er, r.'at; roo*t obliging: rood appear
ance* best reference *r.K»*lng for coming
B easo"n. R. V.. 41 East !9th-*t
JAPANKS*. exr>-rl««i<-ed. cspaMe steward.
",... ' ; romi-
BHI KISHIMA. I>3
Sands-st . BmkbK
NURSE and VALET.— Lorn: experience;
understands perfect care of gentleman's
wardrobe and bachelor apartment: best r«f
,rrn .-c. 132 W».t KM-st.. V M C. A.
SECOND MAN. — A la.ly going IS Eurtvp*
drtlres to place a moat excellent wconil
man- at liberty last week In May. May b*
•sen at 43 Wast Md-st. be***** 10 an.S
l'J a. m. . i
DOMKSTIC «ITT\TTO%i« W\^TTI).
SECOND MAN and VALET.— French: un
derstand* his duties: first --la« refer
ences; city or country. Address 3. JI.. 270
Weat 23ri- st.
USKFUL MAN — ynirur Ownua. as all
around man on gentleman's p!»:«»;
s'rJctly temperate: nr-t afraid of wo-b
PTORCH. lis Wtrt 25th-st.
tTFETUXi MAX.-OnmiKT ku«i with
tools: can do nil sorts nt repairs, pafcir-
Ing. ytearn; refVrence: Otman-An- in.
WINTER;?. 825 Pnrk-S>ve.
CSsTCt MAN. *«•— On yacht, or as on*,
fill man to genfleman. br a Zolu student
In college; venr wtlllrig; ac:' - an<t faithf il;
h»»t r»fmr»nr»m !• W»sf I3B»h *•
DUMtlTlt atlTLAriU.\S> V»AJ»tB,iL>.
ATTENDANT. — Toung woinaa wooM BIB* to
ta<»» care of Invalid or as Ulv-n tnt'A
anl seamstress- six years' city r-'fr-.T.-t
177 Ea.*t S6th st.. care Mr*. Tully.
CARKTAKER- —By Araerlraa woman. g-v>l
.blrth sxl education, where fidelity, th.-.r
<Mis;nn<»«i and activttj would b# i^r<ci«:
e^: assume care bou»e during surr.aer. C.
A.. Box 73. Tribune Uptown OSc*. 1.2-4
COOK and pr-A.rv la r k — ■■Ma
private family: wnnld go to the mintry
Pl»-as» ca:i 842 Bergen-st.. Brooklyn.
COOK. — A respectable yoan*; girl. Protes
tant. as cook: excellent city refer»nc«»;
good baker; no obiectioa to country; wa«»s
$25 to $30. ¥(.: particulars call oa or a.S
«ire« SAP. AH M' DONALD, care of tm
Dobbin. 7 West 116ih-st-
COOK for country, private family: unrte-
stands eeasdasj in ail brancr- first • '.* •
references. 67 West Jd-st.. two Sijrsts.
COOK. — Goo? cook In private r
10 to 11 a. no . 3 lo » p. ay. 48 i:*«t J
COOK and LAUNDRESS, t2O; cook, J£i;
T.amt*rnia;d and »su •---•-*. $20: nars^.
J2O- ge.T>-ai hou?»wc<rker. J2<>: kltchenmait.
$20. ST. BARTHOLOMEW 3 BL'aSAir.
211 Eaal 421-st
COOK— LAUNDRESS.— By two yours; w—
men together: on* experienced eompetert
ccok; the other thorough laundress; la asiail
private family, snort dlst&oc* la couatry.
406 West Slst-at.. basement.
COOK. — Young woman, with erst claw
reference, a^ neat cook In small private
AmerYan family: city or country. Soeo a.\
present errpi y»r-s after 11. 0 East 4&th-«-_
COOK, Ac — Competent cook ana working
housekeeper In oacneior's apartment*. <-r
widower's home, by a respectable Geißisa
young woman; 123 to $20; references. Ca I
Qms days. 403 Axn»terdam-ave. . car* Mm.
COOK.— First class; <i!sen«aged May 1«-
Can be seen at present employer's, '■»
West llth-st 10 to 12: ao cards.
COOK and WAITRE33.— A lady Wshes ••»
find good plaec for her cook and wait
ress whom she highly recommend*. Call
en Wednesday or Thursday. Ci«twean 4 aal
6. at 273 West End-aye.
COOK *c. — A North of Ir»Uad cock ar.
laundress- »lso -ham^rmaid, waitress;
It> or country: F*xS baier; reference. *r *
6th-*ve.. second floor.
CHAMBERMAID. — German: exp»rte»e««:
take full cars of first class fursjMßM
room bsjbsh in aha dt7; best referencs- W*
CHAMBERMAID— PARLOR MAID— A Mr
wishes to find' situation In country for
two girls: one as chambermaid, the oth»r
as parlor maid cr chambermaid: they
be disengaged en June 8. Apply 4» B«*t
CHAM3KRMAII' and WArTßK
young woman: fetir • "'r* city refer«n?«
813 West 44th-et., top floor.
CHAMBEJRMAID and 5 3.— B^
fsjaajsj woman; persona! re;er»nc». mm
West 44t*»-«t.. top floor.
CHAMBERMAID or plafa tanaiSres* •--
private family; beat reference*; no c*ri«.
Call Monda* »nd Tjei>d*y at present em
ployer's. 322 West 75th-«t.
CHAMBERMAID.— English g!rl as CV.V 1 "
benuald or to take care of children. Jis»
8. T.. 133 West 35th-9t.
DAY'S WORK.— By respectable wosajm/ta
ro out or Mki waaJi hoxna^ Mrs. ROTH.
183 West Er.d-*ve.
DAY'S WORK.— Bt young Oe—na-^ wom
an. to go out by the day. washing aa<i
hou»ec!eanlng and to take washing Jioce.
Mrs. EHRLING. 401 3ast S2d-st top
DAY'S WORK.— B» respectable wow**:
washing or cleaning: good worker. i*r*
SWEENETT. 443 East 91st-et.
FAMILY WA3HIXO— By young W.<!ow: at
home- open air drying: no Ir^.tss: Ctx"*
or bundle/ Mra. MEINRESKEN. 449 V. -it
HOUSEKEEPER. — Refined wldo>». naViWa
aged aa housekeeper where one m m-)r«
servants are kept: good s»arr..itre9«; fly*
years* personal refer«nca. 9C9 Arasteraam
HOUSEWORK.— class eooJc lanr»
dres: roasts, aoups: baker; also chamber
maid waitress; separate or together: citr
or country; two yeaxsT refarance. 413 «is
HOCSEWTSRK.— By younj woman. Prot
estant, In sma!! fanfy a-iults. vKMVJC
washing; excellent cook: reference*. 4TK
Arr>«t"rlam-a-.e . third fioor.
HOUSEKEEPER. — A Spanish lady, bright,
educated, accustomed to Sne aurrouni-
Irtirs. understanding physical care, of chil
dren excellent mana*»r of servarts. c*
slr»» engagement wher* sh# can have car
little boy. three Tsara oM: wining t» g"»
anywhere: more fir a> me than wag»-»-
Address ADVERTISER. 8» West 97th-et
HOUSEKEEPER. — a refrned Arr.'r'o.n
woman as working hoasek---- for en*
cr two g»nt!emen: state wages A*3-es«
■ P. J.. General Delivery Poatofllc*. Mant
clalr. N. J.
HOt'SKVVORK— In a «mall family, fcr
steady woman: city or coun'ry; grod
wages- "city reference. 304 East 2S:h-st.
LAT*XDKFSS —Toms* I
- IMMI ' *
Ka.it 7" : .t^.-st.. TooWs/i -
LAUNDRESS. — First c!a«s: wtSSWSJ to fin
private families' washing: hoaaa or out:
city rer»rence. 1.479 Madlson-ave.. thtr-f
LATVPRES9L— ■sss«M»:« rrr-*'" t^w
wishes laundry wo-k. h<KM cr out r<y th»
day only fire lirfrer!* and flr-e dr»«ses. Ca'l
or address TAMISIER. 60 West Kd-st.
UDTS MAID. — Trm&ti S-wlss: neat sew»r
and packer; cit y references. L. D.. 23«»
West 54th-st.. H-i!":en-t Horr.m.
LADY'S SIATD and SEAMSTRESS.— Br %
Swedish glrL Address NELSON. 3»1
LADY'S MAIP.-A la- 1 - frishe* a po*it!-.Ti
for refined youne wo?r*ari. formerly '.r*
her employ, as useful lady's rr-aid. App'y
at 51 West sii-st
LADY'S MAID or FAMILY SEAMSTRESS.
— Understands her duties In both capaci
tie-., seai kaarAraawar, fireasmaTter ar.t
pacicer: best city ref-»'»ncea. Address lr*>
■vv>!«t 52d-!Tt.. third bell.
LJII IMWIIW By r^speetafc!* eotawd
woman: or lo wish'r.ar at hrrn<»: re'f'
ences. •T7 Weal S.T<J-«t. basement.
MAID. — German maid to gro-artrtg ch'.H: '•»'»
te?ch- two --ar* In laat place; no <•»'-'•
100 East 54th-st.
MAID Jn a dental parlor, by resrectaM*
colored girl. Send card to 1.638 Dean-?-,
>:t-ks=E rr NT-rs COVKttXBqr-BK
fined. F-ench: tak» car» sra efcHjhwn c*
Infant- best references. AJciress Mrs. V*
PARE. 2.465 Broadway, near ©IK-st.
STRSS or NURSERY GOVKKNESa—
North Oerman. speakias; Cuent French:
competent: full charge of children over
three- city or country; r^f^re- IL P"..
Rox 23. Tribune Uptown OcSce. 1.3«*
Broadway. - »
referrn - •
NURSE. — Trained nurse to Inva:i4 : exp«rt
er.ee with all diseases; sjavs nervous ..i.--v
city, country: reasonable: best referosoa*.
E. G.. 13t> East 4«th-st.
■ sjsjr, packer.
c.ERMAN. 'W3 Weat WHh-et.
NURSE or COMPANION —To InvnTtJ or
nervous young or eM<»rly lady: reference.
IW> Washington Plare. Passalc. N. J.
PARLOR MATO *•• T.a !y wishes •
r or chamber sasj
West 4Trh »t.
TRAVELA-INO LADY'S MAID. — Swlwi
good linculst; experienced Eun>p*>an trar
eller: ccod sailer; packer «nj sr^mstr*^*:
re objection t.» y»ch?lr»ii; h^st city refer
ences. MICHEL. Sl2 East «Xr»-et.
WAITRESS or FAR.. MVID Irs wtvsts
family: best city rff«renoe. 217 E»*t
iQtli at. «Farre!!y's b«'.:>. No card*.
WAITRESS.— By Protestant: excellent rsf
erences. Can b« seen at present era
ployer's. Wedne*«laT «-i<l Thursday, fraca
2 to 6 p. m.. « Was* 47th-st. . no osrta
WAITRESS. — Prpeiteated with first class
rf f.r»n-f«: wishes •• go to th« ewi-try.
Call Monday and Tuesday. 253 East aSJ-*-.
present employer's. _______
WAITRESS.— Ij»<tt g«*n« at>rna3 w "_"*
place for excellent waitress "luring —f:
rner: <stsens»*»d June 1- Apply Tuesday
inorrla-. 7 Ka»t SQtn-nt.
WASHING.— H» Tiunt woman. t™jj* ir^
d*j ilra, yIXNSOAX •* We* lOOtVA