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LITTLE ADVERTISEMENTS OF THE PEOPLE,— CLASSIFICATIONS ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.
ADIRONDACK BALSAM.^ 7d»ONDACK BALSAM <*■*£*; *.ranchltls. sore lung, and «>£»••"•:!.,• •rg process ootfit. enough for 1 "^" \ Sl CO cents; at your druggist 1 'nrROV Vet for a iPHSSSst piece by '*?>? V V ICK BALSAM «X>- 121 W. 42d-^t.. > - \*TROLOG%". Astrology A sctexce^^^^ tts l«a«:nr exponent: esnreltatlen sale. an an*air« her »»tr.-lo«1c*! »»* <■ "~ 1.344 Broadway. "Mr s*t>-*t. . THE EGYPTIAN Q'^^ pres ent, rsinre; gives advice _« f,,^; ■Mi *nd mining — **■: fcT ,l?^«« rtli-«ve..r tli-«ve.. «-,»*» speedy marriage*- 3.8 rl ™ Fj-~'»'^- . ~ AKAIVVO^C^F^n^^x 6AVES rTEU-Totjl -m*e P REareSf jp-arsateed. pt jo»"! »■ ea-ea m. W. - — . AVnOfES. ETC. . 2Jth >ta. _T1 AKTIHI ES. CCRIOS. SILVER. •SSraSr-^t. for *— — "d Sur rigstf'a Court. _____^ — gj, miniatures an^l weapons. Old go.- PSBgct • ; . «trr. Colonial cnlna. C LORENZES. I.6CS Broadway, repair. antique and modern furrltare. Ant.quea «M silver, bought and sold. . L. E. BYRNE, dealer in e ™ ! ," B iLj'iSl ttQue china and I** • ***x **HZZ. mg. miniatures laces and •**££££ atfaattgtsas____^ C^nTrep^nng a specialty. 2»« »« T »- W. S. HCMMELL »75 M" 3 *"^^"*** Mia 1 IHiT mahurariv WalUi* a specialty. Antfaraes re«torec ____ A3TIQIX OBJECTS OF ART. H. D. GARDINER, importer and dealer m antiau* objects of an:*?*} 1 / XI ■'.£„' XVI mot Renaissance periods, paintings^ SBsroJeaT brocades, embroideries, etc. 422 4th-ave. AaCARICJIS AA'D GOLD FISH. COLD FISH. 50 cents dozen: other fish. IS cents- Japanese. 30c. each. E3GE- Tjyr, Amiariw. T? TCmrt 12atS-«t. ART DRAPERS. _. JIILLER, 132 West 23d-*t.— Paintings. Etcalngs Frames. Mirrors. Gallery Of Aaatan Paintiags. Restortag. Reglldlng. BE3UX BROTHERS. 163 West 23d-«t. sai 48 East 3H*. — Picrure frame mak as*. art g»s!ers ard '•ec-.Ming a gpeclalty. ART STORES. BARS BOOKS, fine bindings, engraving*, art objects, paintlnKs. Wanted to buy: Fare Anjerit»r.- W»«h«nstoniana. Books es3 view* m errlv New-York. BONA VEXTUBES OLLERT. 6 West 3Sd-at.. opposite the Wsldcrf. AT E. MAHLER. DIAMOND* Watches. Jewelry: repairing toe e*mp;!-at»d watches: French and lull clocks a specialty; old gold bought or exchsEtn": established 1517. 733 C". -ay*. tear CS-al AfTOGRAPH LETTERS. AITTOGRAPH LETTERS of famous people bcupfat and sold. WALTER R. BENJA XIX. 1.123 Broadway. Send for price list. AWNINGS. AC?.' "aN Awning and Flag Factory. — Can -pie*. Chairs, Tables , and . Tents to let. F. -=KELTOW. 60S «Us-av*. ; telephone or.. aW 11 ' . >.~ : A"KTinNGS fcr hotels, offlce buildings. «wi>Uses«. etc.. manufactured by GEO. C. FCEgSEL. 333 4th-«ve. - ■ B*.BT CARRIAGES A GO-CARTS. CEAXDALL CARRIAGE CO.. fiC9 Sd-ave.. •nancfacrnrer of Baby Carriages and -etent Go-Carts cf the newest and best Ptytssj; shewn at cur warerocms; open ratal BICYCLES. 13W TRIBUNE. Crescenti. Featherstoses on exhibition. Great sacrtflce 1698 mod el* Kan be sold. THOS WARD 63 '■«•-■:>*_»• BILL I AXD POOL TABLE*. EILUABD >ND POOL TAIiLES. new *nd second-hand: low»«t ortre»; easiest t»rm«. MARX nROS».. 24 T'^luti «(yi«-» BOARD AND ROOMS. L— FIRST CLASS new family hotel; •trctly fireproof; ail the comfort* and ; eenveaieaces; d^llchtfui ROOMS Tor single •»•". WITH HOT AND COLD WATER. ETEAii BaUT .AXD KLETTRIC LIGHT, lor » PSB WKEK UPWARD: cannot be e^ua!>*: Tri-rtz./-** reouired. HOTEL ROLAND. l;»;b_gL an j Uadlson-ave.. • lor '! from r«ntra: Park Entrance. 17TH-FT.. 237 EAST. llsjj I—l Square. — with board. oeclrabie r.«oi; house and appoiotmej-u Bn c\z*», • eacaa Mr^gJ- n8 EAST.— n fl all, fur . '*a*B rsum: il! ejnvraiences; running »»ier: meals * de»:r*d; reasonable: perms- Eent. I.— A desirable hall room, with beat*, near j^* 11 L •■Us* reference. 23 Wen 07 rr * Bt - ■** twrt; references. rM ' a *** tO3rd fcr l ; — - W TT~ :—;: — ; The sr^^^ f!v^ E h*-' • h *'-' Dptoera •« tlm-it ?^V?^*""^ r 8^ d c ' E °. ck are. ana Mth-?' ,i^ ?."?- ; Macj's. e;h- VT~t h J r^\or. l^..^- i^y-*ve.. near BOARD WAXTP|rt BOOKBINDERS. IMSWIIAVIC tiarJ ' B E TORN f»wic. C"I«ag t »i p^n? nr> >*e*-Tork Book sssr7 '^L fi ™*»*y. cpucjiu iTana 5OT "r pficiTvJ,^ tverr de«cripUon at •Ju dtr ten£ ""\betore offered In «=»e»2ia^^^ tt * tOfk ef «tandard and aßjrenaed ■ rl',ll" 1 " 1 orver before OaaW ■ r S?2 Pc 1l1 lo P wit ** 'Apsletfins. ••• price : ■».JrJ B i c *' '"'OV^'J at your *I*»sotk; Vnf d^* B4 K<««l bociis. re- J*W; cti'f .. re<!; "^"t c*«h price* * &aS?a- ??* BOOK EXCHANGE. n: e^S'ff- »***««« 6W» *n4 f *tfe su.; aw-wiaS!.*- betweec BUi •°- 1 *»«■ •—««__ *5- A -" s CAITI*G». *^SL fS. C S2 It ' r • **»""n^,~la. »t «hor7 t^ M W breri'r , -litlr-ss made JrJg"" no "««- A GUGEL. 133 Woo»- CARDS. 1.600 «Y SCC 3 CARltfT'tn twi tItSITV, eotol - |1 - 0<) ' Pr*«» wart cheap. BLSIXE9S CHASCKJ. J ADDITIONAL CAPITAL rfiOCURED for ) merchants, manufacture™ and others | deTlrtne to extend their business; store., ta'ln" pla". "old oulckly. M' DONALD I A WIGGINS. 140 Nm««au-»t. ■- | A SOLID, legitimate and practical monthly Investment. Bar.* and other goed refer ences. Writ* at on« for farther partlcu- . t lars. MO. C * B. CO.. 210 Laelede Bid,.. St. L^uii. Mo. ' ■• j WELL, ESTABLISHED, paying wholesale | business, would sell or take * partner i on account of lack of capital. B. 0.. Box I ST. ,Trfcuae Office. • j LOAN* OF' f3,ooo at &* t0 Increase ca pacity of manufacturing plant doing a steady.' legitimate business. Principals only apply- 8.. care of Lock Bex 22, Canaan, Conn. I flO FOR ftp Invert MO to SIOO lr> rtoeka ; and eel $I.ViOO for ?100 sure; safe a* a : lank WM. REED. 13" ■'"'!» sth-et.. Philadelphia. CARPET CLEANING. CAH PETS cleaned by steam, by hand or on the floor Csreful Carpet Cleaning Co.. 1 .MS Broad 421 F.o«t 4Sth-s:. roK it nRANT-T T»t. :32-A<th. CAST OFF (LOTHIM.. M USON FRA.»CAISS. — Highest prices i for ladles' cast off clothing; ••specially ; evening gowns, furs. Jewelry, etc. Mm*. jj'Xruc. <Vt «th-*ve. i CORSETS. MME. BENJAMIN'S perfect fitting cor- ! sets are unequalled. Are made to order. I Especially adapted for stout ladles. E. F. , BENJAMIN. 370 i ">lumbu«-ave between j 77th and 78th M. -_ j MOST perfect fitting corset in all sizes; \ specially adapted stout ladles: stylish i dresses made. $»; Ekirts, $4; work war- ; ranted. 102 West 34th-«t.. cor. Broadway. ; ■ ' i- CHIROPODISTS. DR. SEGAL. 487 Columbue-ave. All In firmities of feet successfully treated. Electric massage. Medical electricity ! given. ■ | 1 j COAL AND WOOD. j nn/a/aßTp'm Coal pocket*. 233 W. 50th- 1 ■llftHlj*ifclluß •*- Best Quality Coal only. ! Established IMB. Telephone 887 Columbus, j FINEST GRADE Red and White Ash Coal. I WINTER'S old reliable yards. 2d and 3d j ayes.. 64tp-»t. I DECORATIVE PLANTS. ETC. PERMANENTLY preserved natural palms, ferns, etc The Tropical Decorative Plant Co.. ELMORE. successor. 1 Union Square. Er.fance 14th-*t- DIAMONDS AND WATCHES. JOHN" G. KLEIN & CO.. 247 Greenwich st.. N. V.. dealers in Watches. Dla monds. etc. Old Gold Bought. DOGB A CAT HOSPITAL. NEW-YORK VETERINARY HOSPITAL 117 West 25:h-ft.; telephone 491— lfth. — Treatment, boarding, clipping and wash ing; managers Canine Cemetery. DRESKJMKI'ii DRESSMAKING.— latest style; also remodelling; satisfactory reference; mod erate price* M. HOBTON. 206 St Nich olas-eve. . . DRRSSMAKER. — Competent: wraps, cloaks fancy waists; laiest styles: refer ence; ?2 a day. D. C, 14S F-ast i»4th-st. DRESSMAKER.— By fashionable Parisian dressmaker; feet cutting and fitting: fan«-y dresses a specialty; cut by day or heme. Mrr.e. LOUISE EUGENIE. 337 West B»tr— • first floor, rear. DRESSMAKER. — Colored wjOTnan. good dressmaker, also good .at remodelling. wlhes more customers in or out of town: price* reasonable. Address REFERENCE, 237 West 42d-*t. . DRB-FMAKEK- By competent dres» n.aker fl .V> a day: families; or would cut fit get ready for seamstress to finish: ■Md work; reference. C. M.. 2TO West 28d-et. DRESSMAKER.— . dressmaking at sh<rrt notice; Imported styles; suits made. S3 up perfect fit guaranteed. Mrs. M'El^- BOY 20 EaetlOlst-st., cor Madlson-*ve. DRESSMAKING. — Fashionable dressmak er: latest Parisian styles; tailor made suite a specialty: reasonable charges, per fect satisfaction guaranteed: by the day or home. 106 West 54th-st.. 2d floor. DRESSMAKER wishe* work by the day; pSTfant St ruaranteed. 342 BL Mth-«t DRESS Jt ACCORDION PLEATING ACCORDION side pleating at POMPA DOUR dyeing and cleaning establish ment. 2.02S Si-aye.; 111. 112. 1-Jl East JSSdnet. . DEXTISTRY. WE MAKE old plates fit without seeing mouth little cost, no trouble. BOSTON DENTISTS. 143 West 125th-st. EXGRAVISG AXO EMBOSSIAC. ESTABLISHED 1884. — G. ALFORD & CO.. ©fl ■ and - 96 Kulton-«t.. New- York. fMPnavim cor. Wllliam-et.— Engraved r Nut» l Plates; Steel Die Embois u' AT£S Ing; Wedding Invitations, CTm PUT Visiting Cards, Buclaess Olli-'- 1 V!« Cards. Notes and Letter rynncClM. He^ds, Monograms and i»cuoj«itj A6inaß rjies, crests and Coats of Anns, etc.; Fine Correspondence Papers and Enva. -. first class workman ship at moderate prices. ELECTRO-THERMAL BATHS. DR. KOEL'S ELECTRIC BATHS, 41 Weft SUd-s:.. New- Instantaneously re lieve uatna. promote health, cure nervous and enronle diseases. ELECTRO GALVANISM. NERVOUS dlseates. looomotor ataxia. paralysis, prostration. Insomnia, h-^! ache. rheumatism, cured by electro-gal vanism. HENRY DE KRAFT. M. D.. 119 West 48th-st. Sri,; for yair.phlef. KMPLOVM»2\T AGESCIES. AT CARPENTER'S Emi«oymrnt House. li>S Sth-ave., can be found bett coacli men, groom*, gardeners, farmers; married cr single; all nutionaiitiea; well recom mended; also female help. « ..!•' i-J-N'T servants, with referenL-es, can b€ obtained. Mrs. SOUTH WICK'S AGENCY. 335 Len-JX-ave.. near 127 th-«. MRS. "fiCRTMGEOUR'S Employment Of fice. 34« Cth-ave. — Servants of all na tionalities furnished; references in»-e»:i r?'e»l ami filed. ELECTRO GALVANISM. Lth I! Wld Mi™ !l uil, S)iyJta» Absolute cur* for rheumatlin:, ner\ous neas and all muscular pains. G. THOMP EON. Room 45. 2S& 4th -are. FURXISIIKD ROOMS TO LET. 106 WEST 54TH-ST-— Large front and back parlor; also small rooms; single or en suit; second floor. DOWNS. 32 EAST 30TH-ST.— For bachelor large rooms on second florr. 71 WEST 4«TH-ST.— Furnished, desirable sunny rooms; bath, heat; running water. $2. BLAKE. . . 200 WEST SJ4TH-PT— Large, sunny room on first floor all conveniences, suitable fortm-o or thre« friends or man and wife. FACE AND HAIR SPECIALIST. * MME. CAROLINE, leading face specialist. Parlors, 2»8 Its-***. Send for free n+n\»A Hrr-jlars and testimonials FOR SALK. MAGIC LANTERN and niHIMWs gax ap paratus, outfit only $29. C. U)BER?, 12 East 17th-tt. MAQIC LAjfTERN BiADEs at bargain prices. KJBLLV. 113 Nasaau-at. s^o INDIAN blanket*. m e », carlo*. ■•W#ry, fUcts: vv * t: collection u:ust be aold. RIOGB. 41 University p-jice. HAKCSOSIE zpedmens of long hatred An r.i^^i"'!- «lre -BaapKaj the Great" (imported,, dam Fairy- Queen' value fMi; fl.'it premium winner Mad. son -AUS._Ten R.I.P.A.N.S tor 3 cent. :\.^mim-f . nn. n.v** relief. ADVEnTISSME.VTS ana aucw.ptlona for ySJL*- J - 243 Broadway, 2d door north Of Blit-«t.. until V O'clock p7 m • ,4vep- U.«m*nta received at the following brareh •CStea at re »i la: offlc. ratca until 8 £™ock »• m.. rii.. 3&4 aiU-«ve.. .. «. cor. M4-at* XEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SUNDAY. FEBRUARY -t. 1900. FRENCH KITCHEN TABLE SPECIALTIES. WHITE, brown fireproof china, earthen cooking utensils. all kind* of Francis •Tfarr coffee pots, selzogenes, marmite Partsienne for making essence of beef; best remedy for an*»m!a, hotel, dub, fam ily supplies. BAZAR «***<» WE. 4S? rins. FHANKLIN FUR CO.. 187 Bth-ave—Seal skin secques to order: seal garmen:t redyed and made ove.- like new at low m ■ -■ HKXRT HAEHNEL. 721 Bth-ave.. sells Russian sables. H. B. sable*, baby lambs, .liinchillas at wholesale garments irnde to orrter. Headquarters for trim mings. j SEAT.SKIN COATS made to order. Fur garments repaired, redyed and made j over. E. WEISER. 421 flth-ave. GRAY HAIR RESTORERS. BRUCELIXE restores gray hair to nrtct . .1 a i c> 2° r: treatise on hair free. BRUCE LI.NE CO.. 364 6th-ave. GAS ENGINES. GAS and Kerosene Engines, the Mletx and Weiss; cheapest power known: one-half i cent pc» 1:. rat power hour: patented all j countries. 128-122 Mott-st. i - i — — — — ~^— _^r7^z^r^^^z_:^r^^^_ HARDWARE. ! EDWARD NICHOLSON, general hard ware: cutlery ground and repaired; dog j collars and fishing tackle. 431 Cth-ave. HERXIA OR RUPTURE. 1 — _^_^-~ i SUCCESSFUL mechanical treatment; per fect retention; safety relief or cure; 30 ! years experience; satisfaction guaranteed. 1 I. H. SEELEY'S New-York Establishment, i Sfl East 23d-*t i- =::= =^ == — — — — -.j—^—---— KODAKS AND SUPPLIES. J. F. LLOYD, photo developing, printing and enlarging for amateurs. 401 W. Sinn. | LADIES' TAILORS. I JOSEPH FIRE.— Tailoring, Dress- I making. New orders will receive old alterations free of charge. 080 Lexlngton- I aye. JOE FINKELSTEIN, Ladles' Tailor, has removed from 224 East 7*th-st to 188 East HOth-at. G. MAUTO, Ladies' Tailor. 171 6th-cve., corner 12th-st. — Suits made to. order from KM) up. LADIES' fcl;lrt« making $2.00. Jackets $.".00. Kring your material' Skirt* re binding cleaning pressing SI. 00. Writ*, will ceil. UNION TAILORING CO.. 1.272 Broadway (near 32d-st.). SUITS to order from $8 up: bring your maierial. MURILL'S FASHION ACAD EMY. 224 6th-ave MACHINERY. AT REDUCED PRICES.— OW) secood-hand wood and Iron working machines; fully rt'aranteed: machinery bought and ex changed. GEORGE B. EDDY, 39§ Madl «cn-st. MAGIC INSECT EXTERHIMTOH. BALLADE & CO.'S mosquito bite cure and insect extern- lr.a tor never fails; destroys oil Insects and cures bites cr stings: ail dealers. Office. 163 West 23d-st.. N. Y. MAGNETISM. MAGNETISM cure* Rheumatism. Para 'y«is. Nervous Prnstration and all blood diseases. Dr. PAKE, 13. West 45th-gt "Dr. Dake cure.l me of a larp». painful tumor."— Mrs. Post. 07 West 9«th-st. * SIASSAGE. MMB. LA MOLE. 334 6th-ave. — and body massage exclusively for ladles, by French electric massage roller. JIRDALS AND BADGES. ATHLETIC, bicycle, college and school': fine presentation medals a specialty. JOHN D. LENNOX. 75 Nassau-et. MIRRORS AXD FRAMES. LOOKING GI.ASJSE;* manufactured here: damaged mirrors renilvered; frames and mouldings. FERRY, 4IS CanaJ-e*-. near »nri«.-,n. 3IISCELLA.NEOCS. WANTED. — To rent for about six weeks MORPHINE. Opium. Laudanum. Cocaine Habit. — Myself cured, will Inform you cf harmless, permanent home— cure. Mrs. BALDWIN H'X 1.212. Chicago. OLD GOLD A SILVER. WAXTISD. WORS-OCT gold and silver bought by R. LONGMANS SONS, Gold and Silver Re f.r.ers, & John-st. OPTICIANS. Mundorff's Patented Specta':!.- Attai-hrrent for Ey«-Glasses Temporarily convert Eye- Glasses into Spectacles, holding them se curely on the nose while exercising. Just the thing for Bicyclists. Tennle and Golf players. Equestrians and players of all sports who Wear Ev»-Qla«ees. TIIEO. MUNDORFF. 1.187 Broadway, New York. Depot for the wonderful Z^ls« fieid glasses. A CAREFULLY FITTED CTEGLASS or spectacle Insures perfect ease and com fort. Our specialty Is In filling oculists' prescriptions. MAGUIItE A- M'NENT. :•' Rai»t 2Sd-st. . PAWNBROKERS. BARGAINS In unredeemed Diamonds. Watches and Jewelry at HARLAM'B, IST Eaat 125th-st.. near 3<i-«ve. PIMPLES. CIRES li\ IKA^TEEB. I WRITTEN contrai.t. Heferences ali parts I city mallei. All blood, skin, hair diseases ! treated. DR. ALEXANDER WILL ! Ai>tor Court. SO West 24th-st. US .Sun j <I«>s 3-5. PAWS TICKETS BOUGHT. i PAWN TICKETS bought, and old gold and ■silver. Call or addieeg M W. »th, Bell 2. PIANOS AND one A ! OUVRIER BROS.. 13 East 14th-at.— Pianos to at — ?4 per nronth— and sold • en »a.sv paymi-nU: sllgi:t;y used from JliX); i Tuning — Repairing — Exchanging. j I*lA>>O RENTING our spetaaltr; expert i nifiiag ana repairing at reasonaole prices. j Instruments sold en easy payments. I PFWBT * m. B r.»" 14'h-«t. PIANO EXCHANGE, 105 and 107 Weal 33d-et., buys, »»-l!s. exchanges, rents pianos: tuning, repairing, boxing, shipping. RELIAH^EJ PIANOS at lowext prices; easy terms; also to rent; tuning and re pstrfnir a »p«cliUty. Established 1878 WM. I^JrtMANN. 1:5-117 Kn»t 14tte-st. PATEXTS. PATENTS bought, sola, money furnished inventors; drawings reasonable: good bargain on hard. BALDWIN. .4.1 Lib •nv-st PICTtRES AXD HICTUnE l«Ui.l> V. 3. FRAME AND PICTURE CO.. if'frs of frames ami mouldings; large variety of pictures: gliding and show card fram ing. 3 Uarclay-st. Telephone. 3.WJ Cort iandt. ADVERTISEMENTS -n i lUCWnBCsna lor The Trlbunt? receive] at lhair L'pionrn Office, No. 1.242 BroaJwav. J.I door north cf gin at . I!;:;.: !i a'doek p ni.; a>fi'«r ■..nvnMntH received at th* folii*<vin? braach oMcaa at regular eiE -•• .-«ir?« ucril S clock p. m.. vim.. 254 "Jth- j ■■- a. c. ror. 23d~«t.; 182 tilt!-*?*: -~.:r. l*th »?. : M«cy's, «th ave. »fld -Hrti-Hrt.: 142 V'ilirni>\i»~*v*., near West fi«th-»t. ; Hi« n'-- ? - .< \ « r . near 6th ivc, 62 East Hth-et.: 257 West 42d-«.. bet*«-«n Tth .:-1 S!h avs-s.; 150 East 47th *t.: I.SSS 3ri.«v., •.^r. :-(. ;n 1 77th Stj ; rof" •*•*»* . bm: hi..- .• : 1 71 « i»t »r». t»w> <a>fh-i»f.- <aw '•i-nr* •>»«- 4l«t PRECIOtI STOKES BOICIIT. DIAMONDS and ill kinds of precious •tone* bought for ash. ALBERT KAMI. 3 Maiden Lane. Elevator. HIGHEST priren paid for Piamnnd», Em eralds. RiMn. Pamrla and Old O-ild. nOBKUT H T«.\Ma»ATK. 215 gth-ave. • BEKRACTIOS SPECIALIST. GLABS CUPS DON'T SLIP. Fit any note, 23?. per i air. a«nt by mall. HUGHES. Optical Expert. SO Court-at.. Brooltlyo. I'HOTOGRIPH SIPPLIE9. K,^Tn *? CAMERA EXCHANGE. 114 Fultnr..— Largest supply; lowest Prices; b£r«a'in*lißt U *° W< •* chan « ed ; " etl<l t! * PKIOTUS AND STATIONERY. THOS. HTrMPHIJET. 86S C*nal-.t.. oppo site Wooster Established 28 years Quick PRINTING. JUST THINK, you can secure neat and fine printing * reasonable rates from KENNEDY PRESS. 2SI West Broadway, commercial printers. Trade work done also. PRINTING.— First laFs very low prices. \V rite for estimates. aSTE PRESS 210 Canal-st.. X Y. SEWING MACHINES. SEW!® iACIMES SECOND HAND. $3.Ot> T^ I *S.OO. NEW $ii.:> 1 t> 1 1 WARRANTED I YEARS. A M KELLY A WiX, 200 GRAND-ST SEWING MACHIXEB, all mtxea. sold on Instalments, reru-d. repairrd. Needles. Supplies mailed. Favorite Prop Head 120.50' frreat bnr^ain. RaUSCH*a, 2.271 Sd-ave.. near 12T>d-st. WAXTEI — WUlcox & GibLs drop hea.l sewlni; machine, a B c 26S Colum- SECOND HAND SAFES. ONE LARGE, two medium and one small Marvin safe for sale cheap. Inquire 23 Spring-*!. STAMPS BOIGHT AND SOLD. EOGERT & DURBIN. Tribune Building. N. V. — Offer Guatemala Exposition. 11 vnrleties fcr tl ; catalogued $10. HIGHEST PRICES paid for rare postage stamps: park»ts and albums sold. PCOTT. 18 Fast 23d-at. STORAGE. CONTINENTAL Storage Warehouses. 313 319 W. 43ft.. Just off Bth-ave. Tel. 2.587 SSta-at HAEGER STORAGE) WAREHOUSES. Btli-ave.. 33d to 34th sts. — Storage for furniture, etc.; padded vans for moving. city or country: boxing, packing, shipping and Insurance; estimates furnished. Tele phone ca.!!. 3.2.0-38th-st. SIRE POP INSECT POWDER. SURD POP INSECT POWDER IS GUARANTEED TO KILL COCK ROACHES. WATER BUGS. BED BUGS ETC. ADOLPH ISAACS EN & SON, 86 FT'LTON-BT. M Y. TRI *KS AND VALISES. SLIGHTLY polled trunks, bag* snd suit capes at half price. gi"HWAHTZ 3d ave. nr.d 8th -s>t. TRISSES H <*. BODS'? Trusses bound to cure the worst rupture. Elastic Stockings. I.UUS 3d-ave. . near 59th-st. PERFECT FITTING elastic ttockinffa 12 Trussea an 1 supporter*. Fit fn.aranteerl. H. A. i'ASSEBEKR. 255 Colunabns-aw*. TAPE WORMS. TAPEJ WORMS removed while you wait cure gi'aranteed : send for treatise on worms. A. W. ALLKX (27 years' experi aee». 604 Grand-st.. New- York TVPEHRITtKS. TYPEWRITERS bought, sold, rented, re paired; best machines; lowest price*. trial free: telephone. CONSOLIDATED TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE. 241 B*way. I MBREI.I. AilD CASES. STEINSCHNEIDER'S Umbrellas are the best 73 Flrst-ave.. bet. 4th c. Umbr»lla» recovere-1 wtth Imp.ned Silk. $1.00. All repairs lf><\ AT SPENCERS. 344 «;h-ave.. 21st and 22d sts.. umbrella manufacturer. recover<ng. repairing; Munhattan Mending Bureau. We repair everything. BEST $1.00 recovering, usual $1.23; all aiik S2.<)o. usuai $2 50. umbrellas sold and repaired. HAYWARD, «1 East lUth-st. CPHOLMTERKRS at DECORATORS METER'S Art Furniture. Upholstery. Cur tains. Bedding, Polishing. Orpet. Cab inet work, done shortest notice. 42t) Colum bus-aye.. 81st -!<t. WINDOW SHADES. CHAS. B. FLUGGE, 302 Canal-«t.. manu facturer. — Estimates given for public and private buildings. Telephone 2,190 Franklin. UKLP WASTED. Male, AGENTS— MuODY MOODY. MOODY. Authentic history by his son. W. R Mucdy. rare lianre. sells at sight; high est commisulun . uutilt free; write to-uay. CHICAGO BIELE HOUBE. 5« 6th-ave.. Chicago. APPRENTICES.— A few additional ap prentices, 16 to 17 years old. will be re ceived by R. Hoe & Co.. printing press manufacturers, to learn machinists' trade in its various branches; attendance at the tirm's evening school, three evenings each week Is expected. Apply personally at a o'c-icck, or letter, R. HOE & CO., 004 Grand-rt. « GOVBRNMBNT POSITIONS.— Don't pre pnre for an> <'.vii Sprviee or Census ex seelng our catalogue of information. Sent fret-. (TiI.UMBIAN CORREBPONDENCB CX>LLBOS, W»«h ington. D. C. TRAVELLING BAILSMAN to take our paints an.i roofi.ig as aide line on com m!»«Wn: in unoccupied territory; estab— llaheii good!: well advertised: giving uni versal Fiiti'faction: pocket samples easily learntd; a permanent and protitable hual— nets; give territory and references. THOMAri M.VFG. CO.. 213 South Main-st., it. Louis. Mo. WANTED. Good ip-oem to take charge of two horses; must be good rider and gen erally useful: also strictly temperate. Ad drets F.. BOS 100 Brewster. N. Y. WANTED. — Good, reliable agents to sell lafcctilM Soap, the modern medicated soup that prevents contagion and heals all .-kin diseases: It pells easy and quick. Ad dress DISINFECTINE CO.. Canton. Ohio. ADVERTISEMENTS and subscriptions for The Tribune received at their Uptown Office, No. 1.242 Broadway, 2d door north if Slst-«t.. until ■ o'clock p. m.; adver t!6emcnta received at the following branch offices at regular olUce rates until 8 o'clock p. in-, vli.. 254 Bth-ave.. a. c. cor. 28d-st. . IS2 6th-ave., cor. 12?b-*t. ; Macy"a, «th ave. and 14th-st. . 142 Culumbus-ave.. near Went iKUh-st.; lix". West t2d-st.. near Bth ave. . 02 East 14th-at. : 337 West 4Zd-it.. between 7th and Bth ayes. ; 15S East 4Ttn at 1 1.338 3.-1 -a ye.. betweei. 78 ib aad 77th sta.; I.«W M-ave., near 61st-st.; 1.708 lst tve . near *9th-st. ; 860 .Id-aye. near 41st- H. ; 554 3d"-aye. ; 210 Ble#cker-st. : or. at jrv American T)i«?rlct T»!««raph Office help wanted. Female. DESIGNER.— WANTED. EXPERIENCED DESIGNERS ON LADIES MUSLIN UN DERWEAR. SIEGEL. BROTHERS, «3 WOOSTER-ST. ANY LADT can earn good pay quietly at home making samples for us. Send stamped, addressed envelope. For sample work and particulars, SHIVERICK * CO.. Saybruok, Conn. ABTIFI I iA I. r'IyiWERS. —Bright, tidy >arn«r» -vanted paid while learning. L. HKNKY * C>.. 721 Broadway. COOK and LAUNDRESS.— family; private bouse; city reference desired: 116; no colored. Call Monday 0-11 and 2-3. 234 West 78th-st. tfIRLS wanted In perfumery factory; ex experienced preferred ; will take aright young women aa learners and will give •ready wcrk all year to competent people. PERFUMES. Tribune Ofllea - LADIES, learn manicuring, tialrdreaalng. face maaa&ge. chiropody; day. evening, position*; Epectai $* couras. 254 'Hh-»v«. REFINED, experienced Protestant woman, 36. maid to child six years and aaslst bouvework; small family; personal rtfer rn '■••»- Mrs. C., * <3l!fort!-ave . Jerasy ■ Itv SAVE MONEY AND ANNOTANCE. Bed and table linen elegantly laundered, 40 rents per doxen. Genta' and family waahlr.g at moderate prloea. METRO POLITAN STEAM LAUNDRY CO.. 32%. JCO Uaat 2Utl.-«L. WORK waited. Female, '• ■ ADDRESSING or COPYING to do at home. 75c. to II per thousand. Ad dree* EXPERIENCED. Box 40, 1.242 Broadway. COMPANION.— Toung woman, educated, refined, good reader, cheerful and obllg- Ir.p, desires position -.» companion to lady; unexceptional* ref*rence. Address C M. L. r Box 2*. Tioy. N. T. COMPANION— By a French lady speaks English; will travel ; help sewing make herself useful, beat ref-rer.ces; experienced. Address s., lit w«*t 22d-st COMPANION— By a refined, educated North German to travel abroad; will be free In March. Address S.. 2«8 Columbus ave. COMPANION. Ac— By reflnerf German widow, as useful companion or house keeper, to educate motherless ch!Mr»n: active and capable. Address L. M, 900 6th- ave. COMPANION.— Respectable, educated Par isian widow, childless, wou.d like n go as • mpaniin with family to the Paris Exposition: no objection to children. Mme. C F . oare of Llbrairle Francaiee. 107 W»st 2Mli st. COMPANION. — French lady, middle aged, aa lady's travelling companion, w'.illng to make herself useful; speaking fluently Ger man. Italian and some Qnglish: good rer erences. Address X. G.. 300 West 14th-st. EXCHANGE FOR MUSIC— Young artist would give her services as seamstress or nursery governess for competent music lessons and home; references exchanged. Address or call Miss N.. 5 East 12th-»t. GOVERNESS.— By reflned middle age(r person as nursery governess in wealthy gentleman's family; French. German, Eng lish; or would act as chaperon to young ladles; knows all about housekeeping, ser vants, etc.; two years' city reference. M. S.. Box 4. Tribune Office. GOVERNESS, &c. By experienced Eng lish governess or chaperon; Br.gllsn. French, music, drawing; willing to travel; highest city reference. Address KENIL WORTH. Tribune Office. GOVERNESS. — By highly recommended, trustworthy North German governess: takes entire conscientious charge of small children: primary teaching, kindergarten; personal references. 123 Eaat 2Sth-st. INTERPRETER. 4c— By Fr-n.-h lady. 30. aa Interpreter and companion pj Exposi tion; expenses paid: no salary expected. Address COMPANION. 154 «th-ave PARISIAN FRBNCH and North German. by thoroughly educated German lady In afternoons or evenings: preparation for Parts Exposition: special help for school and Regents' examinations. PARISIAN. Box 89. 1.242 Broadway. LADY wishes po*lt!on In family, school or to travel; Interpreter, composer of music, diploma Leipsic: linguist: can conduct. Mme. Q. HABK3LL RERAGLIATI. 177 West OOth-st. STENOGRAPHER.— Young beginner; able to write (juickly and a.-curmtely. Ad- IresK EARNEST. 154 «th-ave. STENOGRAPHER.— By expert typewriter; aftern >ons *t evenings: letters and man uscript* copied; terms moderate. STENOG RAPHER St. Cloud Hotel. YOiX«; LADY, thoroughly experienced, wishes position as cashier or office as sistant; best referen >••*•. G. W.. SKi Wen: l«r»- ,\. WORK WASTED. Uale. A.— WM. L. HAUTUNG. Public Expert Accountant and Auditor. Room 828 150 Nassau-at.. N T. AMEI'.It'AN would like f"w hours' wjrk. each day; ran tend furnace; experienced driver of horses and hanjy with tools, best rity references. JANITOR. 901 aye. AN INTETII'RETER. unders-tanding Eng lifih. Clerman. French and Russian, de sires position for the Paris Exposition aa interpreter. .-ouri<-r rr r impanion. Inquire J. LASSONNE, 2*4 Ea« North-aye.. Chi cago. BANKER AMD BROKER'S OFF". BrlKnt. httStlinsT, metaodtcal yours man wants position where Intelligence, perse- verenoe sod strict afentun to bus::. needed; has years of experience; hours and !ary ta a ivsr. -etr-ent. E. L. ST JOHN. I.ISMJ Fulti.n st.. Brooklyn. BOOKKEEPER. — By young man a» as sistant bookkeeper or general .;fflc_- work; eight years' experience; best of reference. P. V.. Box 17. Tribune Office. BOOKKEEPER or office manager, aged 35; 15 years' experience and until a few days ago connected with one of the largest corporations In the city: highest references furnished, with a fidelity company bond IT required, address BOOKKEEPER. P. O. Box 2.525. New-York. BOY. IT. 4 s.res position at anything. «r would like to learn a trads. J. V. TOOMY. K»2 Cllnton-st.. Hoboksn. BOY. 16. wishes position In bank or of fice. h!«h school education. LOUIS DAVIS. 42 7lh-st. I-OY. 18, strong, will work at anything. WILLIAM KELLY. 300 Bast 29th-st. CLERK— An Intelligent ycung man. 2S. desires clerical position In office where ability and integrity wll! be appreciated; highest credentials. EXPERIENCED. 120 East 3d-st. CARPENTER. — First olass meenanlc: not afraid of work: jobbing, alterations or new work; long experience; hut»i. real estate: dty or country., reference WII-- BON. STB Bth-ave. CaRPSNTER- All ruund; Is first-class on cabinet t .r r<iug:i wcrk. iflic* or factory. THOMSON. 135 RMnewnod aye Brooklyn. CARPENTER and MILLWRIGHT.— Good, sober honest and reliable, will sroik for reasonab:e wages; rtty or . ,-untry. KP.AUBE. » Cornelia st rRAI'OHTSMAN.— Work In line or color perspectives: decorative detail. O. 8. A., 2 Court M.. BrnoUiyn. DRIVKR or PORTER— By a colored man. El' MULLER. ">l<> West 58th-st. DRIVER or PORTBR.— By married man; handy with toola: reference. JOHN KORTH S2 Calf U* *t. ENGINEER In apartment house: has £i!t edge reference license expert steem fitter, marhlnisjt ; does ail repairs: own !;as studied eaosHMay of fuel. I*. YOST. .H'l Eist 90th-st. EVENING employment wanted of any sort by bookkeeper «r.d English-French cor— respondent. G. ARTHUR. 127 W. 24th-st. FIREMAN. —By young man; experienced: reference. C. F. S., care Janitor, 114 East .31st -at. FIRBM AN — PORTER— By two young men; one as fireman in building: other as porter g (.d •jxperieni.'? J. WIEH MAN 116 East liath-st. FIHK.MAN. PORTER or WATCHMAN.— By married man. strong. wiK^g. *t*a>iy and handy with toois. ROGERS, TBB Am stenlam-iive. INTKRiOR DECORATING AND PAI.NT !ng executed In modern and attractive designs, also hardwood finishing: specialty of city and country private reaidences; send postal fcr estimate. JOHN BLADY. Artist, 21 West 100th-»t. INTERPRETER.— By Frenchman, good appearance, to gentleman or lady going to Paris Exposition; terms moderate. PAUL VIGNOT. 453 6:h-av*.. top Hoi JANITOR or WAT' HMAX — Apartment houae. flathouses, small office building, store. warehouse. institution; hwedish American . industrious. Intelligent, experi enced: highest references: absolutely tem perate. TRUSTWORTHY, 3»T Fulton-at., Bro«iklj-n. JANITOR and ENGINEER .— Nina years' experience; capable to take full charge; repairs . attended to: security given: bast references. Address E. PURSCHE. 70 East lulth-at. MATTHFBHBP REMADB at customers' residences In tnr«e hours a apecalty. uew tickings and hair supplied, so.* users of own patented oscillating hair carding ma chines and collapsible benches. TUB MAL'BOBGNG METHOD. 846 »tn-ave. tcih and SMth sta. Telephone ttffT Columbus! MANAGER. — Hotel, club or representative, and buyer for outside firm; 20 years ex perience, highest reference. GEO. WAYNE WILMOT. 123 West 13th-st. OKKICE ATTSNDaMT. Ac— young man. 28, anxious to secure opening with first class firm or corporation as office at tendant, messenger or junior clerk. 4 years with last employer In real estate business E. CREED. SI West Mtti-M. PACKER. — By young man. 28; married; out of work January 28. Al reference furnished from last employer as to char acter and ability. D. KICUARDS. do* Clermonl-ava., Brooklyn. PR£S3MAN. — Can run amall cylinder and Job presses; letters only PRESSMAN. advertisement office, I.SIS 2d-av«. POUTER —By young man. In store or private hcua*. underazanda steam beat. A.ldraas .lANrTOR. 1.22« Park-aye. ADVERTISEMENTS and miDscrtpUons for The Tribune received at their Uptown Ofllr*. No 1.2*2 Broadway. 3d door north of .11*1-81 until v o'clock p. m. . adver tisementa received at the following brunch offices at regular office rates until 8 o'clock p. m., via.. 264 Bth aye.. a. c. cor. 23d-*t.; 102 Bth-ave , cor. 12th-«t. . Macy"s, (Kn ave, and 14th-at.; 142 Columhus-ave.. near West (!nth-»t.: ten We«t i? '■ «• ne«r «th ave.; 82 Eatt luft-.t.; 237 RM iIU-.t.. >- -:.*■-■-- ■ ' ' -■;• :-' WORK WUfED. Male. PORTER.— AII around man wants porter •work or anything part of the day. In neighborhood: w»u recommended aa Jan itor. FRED OLSON, ears ef Rev. T. E. Bcese, 21 Kemble Building. •,'■ 'RTEH - mrUL MAN— By a yoltag 9w«de, 36; sober, reliable; handy with tools, moderate wages. JULIUS N"EL3ON, 325 Kecry-at.. Brooklyn. PORTER. *c— Young trin aa porter. u*s ful man. messenger or driver. 44 Pleat- St.. Bmoklyn. PAINTER and papcrbang*r want* work; relief, fresco specialty; take full charge of work In private house; city or country. ELZE, Sft Monltor-et.. Brooklyn PAINTER. pap«-hanger. k— aomlner and decorator; good in tinting; private or landlord. THTLSTVP. 148 West Wth-et. SALESMAN of ability wants a good line en salary or commisjilon ; experienced ad vertisement solicitor. Addres* G. 8.. Trib une nffi.-e. SALESMAN- Thoroughly experienced In ladies' and gent's furnishings, with ref erences; car. dress windows; permanent. M. Z. 113 Cannon-st. SHIPPING CLERK Ac— By a young men. American. 23. as shipping cie»ic. p<tn«-r or any place where there Is , tunity to advance. E T HOAG. .10 W^?t UPH<>L.-«TERER. vamisher. decorator. furniture repairer, carpenter, neat sewer. Beaedtaavtsja, practical, seeks work; day or Jobbing: Englldh, German fluently; rea sonable; reference. J. F. H., 4»)7 W^st 3»th-st., grocery. UPHOLSTERER. — Thoroughly understands carpet work and all outside work: at present employed: would like to make change; city or country. UPHOLSTERER, Box 210. *1.242 Broadway. V.ARNISHKP. and PHLI9HER-— Furniture, pianos, parquet floors, staining, enamel ling an.i fr.int doors: references. ZEHNER I.JSS 3d -nve. WATCHMAN or DOORMAN —Middle aged. or any such place, over 9 feet tall, of good appearance; several years in British Lancers: 13 years' best references. H. A. F . 138 Went 3»th-»t. rOURG MAX. 2i>. w>hes po*ltinn with chance to advance; reference. CHARLES BARDES. 53f> Bart 17th~st. YOUNG SIAX. 25. Amerl.?an. desires posi tion with wholesale house, wtth chance for advancement; best references, also from present employers. V. J. WILLIAMS. 133 West 18th-»t. TOUNG married man wishes situation at anything: g->od driver, best reference: can speak Eng.lsh and Italian. LOUIS JUFFY 347 East eoth-st. TOUNG MAN. 27. waats position where business ability and enterprise will se cure his advancement ; capable of render ing valuable service in advertising depart ment; salary US week. D. C. Box 31. Tribune Office. YOUNG MAN, 29. .!e*tres posltlcn ; outdoor preferre<l: ten years with late firm, who are retiring from Dusiness: best cf refer ences. A. C D Box 21. Tribune Office. YOUNG MAN. steady, sober, wants posi tion at anything. BEITH. 2.19© 2d-ave. YOUNG MAN wants position in office: willln* and ohMping. J. COLLINS. L' 4 WelJon-st.. Br-ioklvn YOUNG MAN wants work In factory or anything: understands steam heat. ERNEST. 337 3d-avf. YOUNG MAN. experienced In making wax figures, wishes position anywhere. BAIa- VATHRB FA3OXE. 18 Hamilton-are.. Brooklyn. YOUNC, MAN. 24, mil position with t Wail or export house in New- York cr S*3Uth America; has been 2 years shipping clerk and 5 years office assistant; can fur nish excellent references and bond. Ad dress STANARD, Box 12. Tribune Office. fOUNQ MAN. 23. strong, willing, stea.iy, speaks and writes English and Italian, wants situation, good references. RCXVO MAZZAB.ELLA. 23« Mulb#rry-et YOUNG MAN, who has learned custom cutting and designing, wishes position. Address CHARLES SCHMIDT. 998 Wll lrughby-ave.. Brooklyn. YOUNG MAN seek* situation at anything; understands care of horses: sober, honest, willing I. M'MAHON. care Woods, 188 East WW -st DOMESTIC SITIATIO>3 WASTED Male. ATTENDANT to invalid gentleman; good valet: shaves: massage; esed to lift in? heavy patients; best references from pri vate families. JOHN STALDBR. 63 Arr sterdam-ave. ATTENDANT, nurse to invalid or elderly gentleman, by competent single man; masseur. chiropodist: travels: linguist; highest city references, doctors' and private families. NURSE. Box 48. 1.242 B"way BUTLER and VALET. — Aerd 83; English man: nine ■"ears' city reference from last employer wages W0 BUTLER. Box »4. 1.-'4? Broadway. BUTLER or single handed. BagUsh. aged 33; city or country: good references. 8., 216 East 33d- st. BUTLER. VALETT. — Thoroughly competent In both capacities; obliging, sober: ac customed to travel: speaks three lan guages; best Pans and city references. UHLAIGi-E. 90? «th-ave. BUTLBR and VALBTT— Thor- ugh working man; best city references; employer can he seen. B B. 3B«> 4th-ave BUTLER. — Speaks French and English. 33: sober: understands hla dut'e* and business thoroughly: w!l!lr.«. obliging; wageu (40: Juat disengaged: first class . :i« penicnal city references; steady. PIEI>- NOEL. 16H East Wit!i-st. BUTLER and VALET .— Engltsman. 34; 10 years' reference from laat employer: aal a->- $.10. BITLER. Box 2. 1.242 Bmad way BUTLER — Respectable colored man aa butler In first class private family, best city reference. W. L. 145 West 4Slth-st.. rear BUTLER and VALET— By German. 29, onw or on February 15, with a gentle man. bachelor apartments or private fam ily: thoroughly competent, reliable: best of references; wages $45 to $50. VANPEL, 4!>; East 15th-st. BUTLER. — English; civ or coun-rv irood reference.- G. W.. 128 East 41st st BUTLER. By first class Swiss, single. 35; city or country, last employer may be seen. Address SWISS. 100 West 53J-st. CARETAKER.— Experienced: can oare for horses, cows, poultry, boatn: a>-^ general r«DQirs. painting. papering; reres****, A3HTOX. care of Harman, 44.- W»at 4oth-*t CARETAKER To care 'or private place: car« garden, hot an.l cold frames, roads, lawns, furnace: handy with tools; refer ence. Address GARDENER, Box 31. Trib une Office. COACHMAN.— City or country; refer»n.-e. B SHERIDAN, 945 »th-ave.. care Mrs. Collins. OOA (TIM AN— EngIish, married, thorough ly competent; bent dry r»f«rence». T. HARRIS 1.178 Ist-ave COACHMAN. — By single Swede, medium sixe. aged 38; thoroughly competent; life exporter with horses, carriages; handy, obliging. trustworthy; city or country. HATBIND. 224 East 27th-at. rDACHMAN — First <-laai>: thorougnly ex perienced driver; understands flee horse*, carriages and harness; refer* to present empl'-yer. who Intends irolng abroad. J. H '-1« Weat 75th-st. COACHMAN.— Married, bo family, first class driver: best of city references: last employer OH be- ■ seen. Address O. BF. . 1.319 2d-ave. COACnMAN. — Marred; thoroughly under stands his business good, careful driver; attentive and accommodating: sober: wants permanent place on gentleman's country place; reference. COACHMAN. 532 West sth-et-. Platnflejd. N. J. COACHMAN. —By young German useful man: all round: understands good care of horses harness: tx>st references. Ad dress-.GERMAN, 238 Ist-ave COACHMAN.— SingIe, middle me r city or country; I* willing and obliging: first class references from two !a*t emplayora, who can be seen. Address JAMES. Box »4. 1.242 Broadway. COACHMAN. — Married, no tncumbranee; thoroughly understards his business; strictly iober: ctreful driver: bent of dry reference from last employer, who can be »e*n. COLLtNS. 110 Es« 41st-st. COACHMAN.— German, middle a«ed: thor oughly experienced; undarstfndt garden - In*, ear* furnace handr wlta tools; good reference. Address HOLT. 131 East 4th at.. store COACHMAN— American : thoroughly « perienced driver; understands -'are of fin* horaes carriages, harness; 10 years' beat reference*; iHaengasjeii' on account of fam ily going abroad. M LEAN. 30« W. T3th-*t. COACHMAN. USEFUL MAN.—CHAM BERMAID, Ac. -By roan and wife, col ored; man coachman and handy at moat anything about house wife chambermaid. laun<tr»** ook. waitress beat reference; jMy or country. Call or write Ho W««t .Oth- top Hoar. DOMESTIC fITCATIOJIS WASTED Male. COACHMAN.— Swede: uaderstaada his business; beat references. ANDERSON. care Dr. Eden. 14 East »M st . pisaant employer. COACHMAN. — thoroughly under stands his duties; best references; last , employer can be seen, can valet It re quired; city or country. D.. *.*•» 7Uv-av». COACHMAN.— EngUsb, 28 . married. <«• 1 child: medium size; neat appearance; good references: country preferred. G. H . care of McKeev»r. 1* Morton-et COACHMAN.— First elu*. tn private faat lly; beat of references. Address PETER SON. 386 East 31*t-st. COACHMAN.— experienced; married. 35; medium height, good ap pearance, careful city driver; disengaged through death of employer, highly rer«m mended. A.. 3 13 Park-ay*-, name* a *****. COACHMAN.— SingIe, age 89; food refer ences from last employer; city, country preferred. £, W.. care of O*Conssell. 331 East 43d st COACHMAN.— EngIish. «D; competent horseman; understands business: fur- : naces, willing; generally useful: wife first I class English -French cook: good manager: I no encumbrance; private family, expecta- i tions nicderate. A. B. C. Box Q. Tribune | Office. I COACHMAN. — Single: thoroughly canape tent and reliable, experienced l driver in city and country: generally useful; terms ' moderate: aatisfactory reference*. Address JOHN. .13t> ath-av*. _^____ COACHMA^"— Single: throughly compe- j tent; experienced driver, New-York and j Brooklyn; willing, obliging: 8 years' city j reference*, written and personal. F. . 114 , Rodney-*?.. Brooklyn. COACHMAN. — Young Englishman. 28; thoroughly understands business; easy horseman, driver; willing, generally use- : ful, furnares. etc.: private family, city or country, good reference*. N. 8. . Box 10, Tribune Office. _ , ! COACHMAN. — By young man. first class fami'.y coachman: strictly sober: economl can: careful, stylish driver; best city reft erence. Call or address J. W.. 150 Bast • 30th-st. -__■ I COACHMAN or WATCHMAN.— By Swede, j middle aged: thoroughly understands horses and carnages. Address M. LA- J MOTH. 446 Atlantlc-ave.. Brooklyn. j COACHMAN. — Experienced: good appear- ' ance; safe driver; personal references, ; three and six years; married; no «nctis>- : brance; city, country. LOUI3. 307 eth-ave. ; GROOM or USEFUL MAN.— Thoroughly , understands care fine horses, harness ; and carriages; sober and reliable: or as ( useful man on place; references. WOOD- . WARD. m East >- - I GARDENER. FARMER. — By capable man. j married, one child, as working foreman J on gentleman's place; economical manager: i thoroughly understands the -are and man agement of all kinds of stock, board help If required; best written and personal ref erence. Address GARDENER. Box 74. 1.242 Broadway. ' '- GARDENER— German married: n« fam ily; Tompeten* to take full charge of gentieman'a estate: eighteen years' prac tical experience in all branches. R. F., *X East 3th-st. Brooklyn. GARPENHR.— Experienced in gre-nhouees graperies, fruits and flowers and general management of a country place; beet r»f « J. M.. Box 34. Riverside. Conn. GARDENER.— Successful grower; thor oughly versed In all branches landscap ing, etc. ; on private estate, with green— houres: Al references. Address A- YON LEEUWEY. Mar Mas*. . GARDENER. — Protestant. married. no family; experienced in greenhouses, graperies, fruits, vegetables and manage ment of country place; reference. F. I . 6ft East 114th-st. GARDENER.— MiddIe aged, married : take charsre of gentleman" a country estat*: greenhouses, vegetables, farmln*. etc. ; per sonal references. J. G. 8.. 1."35 Park -a GARDENER. — Aged 36. married; under stands greenhouses, vegetables: every thing connectei with gentleman's plare; beat of references. Address M. C. SMITH, 1.467 Da Kalb-av>.. Brooklyn. GARDENER— Married; agetl 30; -.hor^ugh^ i all branches tt the profssatan: can give satlsfacrory references nr>m last empiyers as so capabiluy acter etc. Address R-. Mllburn. GARDEaJER— By married man, without children, as gardener's assistant: private country place; understands all kinds w.rk. wouM P«y bonus for same. Connecticut preferred." Addrea* J. M.. Box 92. 1.242 Broadway GARDENER— SingIe: thoroughly experi enced wtth greenhouses, flowers, fruit. ret»etable«. -understands cmn horse, cow. poultry: eotaa*s*Bt to -take charge, gentle— man's" r lace. r»-.d references. Address P- L. Tribune Ofßc*. GARDENER -Experienced In greenhcuses and graperies: understands car* lawns, roads and vegetables; singl*. a«'.ish: first class reference*. Addr-ss R. H. C. 129 St. Marks Place. QARDDNER. — Single, thorough knowledge of greenhouses, graperies, fruits, flowers, vegetables, landscape work. etc. ; best of references. Address GERMAN. Be« 4. Tribune Office. HALL MAN or ELEVATOR MAN— By two colureff b-,ys. reference* from :nt place; age.l 21 anJ 2». JAMBB and HENRY JACKSON. 223 We»t l»th-at. HEAD >iARI>ENER. — Scotch, married, no famiiy: thoroughly understand* his aosi ness in all its branches; graperies, green houses, roses and orchids: great experience in landscape work; flr*t class references. L. M Stebrecht A- Son. ¥» Stn-ave. NVBaC, VALET MASSEUR ta invalid gen:;emaa. mentally or physically : shaves, travela- long expertenee: iniswl city reference*. 3CAILES. 831 «th-ave. STEWARD to take charge of bachelors' apartments; good chef and butler; first class references. Address P. G.. 1.242 Broadway. SECOND or T^EFt'L MAN —By French man, trustworthy, in private family, good references. 8. . Box 482. 1.242 Broad way. USEFUL MAN sober, wants situation ax anything. ED. DWYER. 31 Withers st.. Brooklyn. L MAN — Respectful. honest, sober, willing, in private family, or to aantst in pantry: best <-ity references. Ad dress F. F. . Tribune Office. USEFUL MAN -To work around the house or farm of private family ; honest, sober: can givo reference. Address HENRY G. FI.OETKF.R. 472 Wibaeh-ave.. Chicago. OMCytn. MAN. — Young Irishman, not long in this country, on gentleman's country place; understands the care of horses and cows. Address or call between 12 and 2. P. M'CROSSEN. 131 3d-ave. VALET <ir MESSENGER— By young man references. J. E.. 158 West Sad-at. WANTED, a place In private family to do kitchen «nd other work; has good refer ences to show fltnees to work tn such place. Address R. B . Box ». Tribune Of fice. WAITED eVc.— Japaneae. young, neat, honest. a» good waiter or general house work in small family. ■ 1«4 S*nds-et.. WAITER or ASBI3TA^T COOK In a boarding house or restaurant, by a young colored man. Address 14 Cleveland Piac*. Brooklyn. ADVERTISEMENTS and aubKUiptlona for The Tribune receive* at their Uptown Office, Ho. 1,242 Broadway. 2d door aorta of 81«t-*t.. until » o'clock p. in.: adw l««IUI»t»« » .£)'«•'.* 1 oSres at retrular offic* rate* until a o"ek*m p. m.. via., 234 Sth-av*., a, a. cor.23d-«t.; 132 *th-*ve.. cor. 12th-st.: Stacy's. *a «v«. and I4ia-*t.: 143 Columtma-a • . n*ar West aSth-«:. : 108 West 42d-et.. near * v ay*.: 93 Cut 14th-st.; 137 West «*)s*t.. between 7th and *th im . 159 East tm- St.; l.tt» *d-*Te.. between TSth and TTXh its.: 1.038 Sd-ave.. near «lst-st.. 1.7C8 tst- ST» UUMSITIC »ITI \T1O!«» W.4JVTKJU Female. ATTENTION: — I-*Jle» wishing to enter- | tain may obtain the services of a com petent waitress who will uwae chargs of | recepiiona. dinner* and luncheons, setting an.l decorating tables, dressing satad*. etc; Menus mad- out. KATHERIN* WELLS. 1 113 West S4(b-st. ATTENDANT, private nurse. vsJet. tr*» eUlag companion, private secretary to lady or gentleman- masseur, chropodlat; graduated from Sweden; gives Hwediae movements and all kinds of baths: 33 v«ar» eld; educated- speaks )>▼• languages; ex tensive traveller; responsible, * bar, eaeer ful: hoaptui experience pr.% «i.-iaaa' and private families' reference. Address) GOR DON. fIM M-av«. COOK.— Flrat class cock; uadtrat*ad* bontag. larfln^. aoupa. j*Cl*» and all fancy French Ski best reference*. 311 East Wsh-n. COOK — tae day. week or month, by •sod cook; can six* best dty reference; private famille* only. Addre»» M- w . «• 2d-ave. COOK. ir. — By mi woman: axcallent cook and oaJMr. plala waaßtnff: — all f*mtly; city or country: «ood r«f«renc«. 134 W«e» lith-at.. room 5. one flight. COOK.— Competent: coarse washing: rood baker; privare family; personal rtfrr»t»c«. 653 M »v«, Brat Hoof. DOSIE3TIC »no« WAnco r«aa«sle>. COOK— HOUSEKEEPER.— Two EasnsS Pratestants: cr.o earn patent ec«k: rt-*l baktr; excellent laundress; do hooservork; o«JMr tmismir; oadrrstaads nrralld*: ! city or country. Call Monday. I.12« *» aye.. a glghta, . | COOK.— By a thoroughly competent eol ora* woman, nrvt class cocking: aa kinds of fine scsalnaj. personal i*fsmi*c*. Address H. «!.. m >yr».le-e.-re. . Brooklyn. COOK— CHAMBERMAID.— By «n EagUsbi 1 woman and oaughter the fo.—i a* first I clas* cook; latter a* chambermaid or wait re**: good reference two last efla*sw*r. Call 821 3d-»ve.. a— MtVst. , ! COOK.— By first class iilnrid cock. as prt vat» faraUy; good reference; wag*s $23 jto I **?. fM. h West a*-*t. . CARETAKER. *r. — Refined colored aouSr em widow desire* care of bb**m*** > apartments or sowing eg any kind. Ad— dress A. C.. Bronktya Pristcgce. CABETAKES— Party would ear* tar mm or more houses whUe vacant. HOL ! LAND, care Hasting*. 2.583 Bta-^ve. CHAMBERMAID. Ac— By — eda*a**sl gtr!. to do chaaaberwirk. sewln*. e^=o panloo. useful tn many ways-: txce..«it , personal refwence. 21^ West <**-*- flrat Boor. Feealci's be.L 1 CHAMBERMAID &c— By a Pr«t**tawt woman, as chambermaid: good plain i sewer: or as maid to ellerty la<ty; best ! dry references. Address V . 2M East 83* st.; no cards. CHAMBERMAID and SEAM3TRSSS. — As lady going abroad wishes a situation **P ! her chambermaid and seamstres*. Call ■ until Wedaesday, frora 11 ta 2 o'clock. 681 West Enrt-ave. _ CHAMBERMAID. WAITRESS. — By ynasiai girl In small private family; not afraM I to work: reference. JANITOR. 43* West 43th-st. DISHWASHER.— By strong <-- ung wasn*» in restaurant: co Sunday work. B. BALZER. 2.235 2d-ave. i I DAY'S WORK. — Wanhing arid 'lean!— — by day Address RELIABLE ADVER , TISSR. 311 West C9th-«t. DAYS WORK.— colored woman to clean manicure parlors or ->aVea: go**! i references. HILLART. 4:2 7th-av«.. ta*> ficor. froet. _^____« HOUSEKEEPER.— working- *>ow*s keeper, by New England woman c\' ex perience, refinement, education; capable 01 managing serranta. catering, marketing; cooking thwrarhlr understnnd: no board— fag houses L R. Box .i» 1.242 BmeJweu. ; HOUSEKEEPER. ac--F.- a reflned Pi sat a ; widow, as housekeeper, widower's «r bachelor's hoaae; companion or av'*uesa Ito growing children: wonld esajvel. i CHaNGEMEXT B»x 312. l.» Broadway. ' HOUSEKEEPER. —By an American su perior bouse»c»»per-manac*r. eigirlearadl | ta every branch and detail "t household j affairs; prJvit* hotel or iastirution; r*— responsible positicn. with refined people; < widower with children, party of gentle • men or bachelor. H. if.. Box 19, 1.2 Broadway. ' HOUSEWORK.— Yituns; girl to do general housewnrk in private famliy; good per— sonal reference. Call GRIMES. 213 East «)th-»t. HOUSEWORK —Colored r- man to to general housework 5 boors. Call 1 day*. 213 Wast Od-et.. W. Johnson a belL HOUSEWORK. — By a colored woman. — > work by the week; reference. ADVER TISER. 150 West .".2:1-st.. basement. HOUSEKEEPER.— W:dow. thoroughly ex perienced, as hQust-keeper in hotel, da* cr private •*•»* Sir*. HITCHCOCK. Zt Lake-st., White ?.«.is. X Y. K IT' MAID - Experienced, for »-*« class fsa fIS to t23; best refer»a«e- O. M.. 13fi East s«th-#t. Oliver's ben. LADY Cssssai -aaati** few hours daily; read to Inva'ifj or make herselt pen— erally cseful. Call cr adl.-?ss E. RAM— SET. 73 '.'"--• Sid-st. L.\l'Y 5 M-i - Ger man: good •••arr • i>r. -■•• -: tve. rLADT*P MAID— 3y a 3wls» French Prot estant young wonran fcr one of two ladies. competent; so ! references. Call 763 4th-ave.. care cf Mrs. F*ii!'*fler. LADY'S MAID.— By yeuns woman, to g» to Bar Harbor In summer: good dress—. maker: -it. fit: hairdresser: excel lea* packer; first class, -ing r»fer»n-e. perscnal. last place. Address N. X.. 1.212 Broad-way. LADY'S MAID.— By th mughiy «n=?et«nt French maid: dressmaker, 'i user, first class seamstress. reltabie iiefsrjn; oeeC personal r-fivesves. M. D.. Cox 231. 1 3bb> Broadway. LAUNDRESS.— Swedish : skilful In er-ry branch of :eaadry work: etr» or wtu'ry: excet^nt city references. CARLSON. 430 West 4Cth-at. LAUNDRESS— By respectable colored woman, washing to take home. Site a. dozen, pain . cr work by the day. Mrs. SMITH. 241 West ISth-at. LAUNDRESS.— First ciaa*: all fine clothes. shirts, etc.. carefully done: best refer ences. JACQUTN'S BUREAU. «5 *th-ave. MAID. — By North German, aa first -las*. maid to lady or growing- children; ex cellent dressmaker, hairdresser, seamstress. Address B. L.. HO West 14tn-st.. telegrajb. odee. MAID. — Young, experienced French rr.ai.i wishes to give her services far expense* on the steamer to go to Europe (Jane on July>; best refjrences. MARGUERITE X. : 1.242 Broadway. i MAID.— By respectable colored girl, la of-« Bee. studio or store. C. NSa' 144j ■vest S3d-et. NURSE and SEAMSTRESS.— By G-rrr.aa American. Prate?taat. ta grown chKdrea: city raferences. BOEHM. 2*7 East 33th-st. SI R3E — competent Infant's nurse un derstand* bott.e feeding; personal dry ~ i"i no wa « # » «3B- »• i-ania. J. M.. »« East 33d-st. NURSEi— To ksk* -nt :e care of infant. &y refined young woman: best references. 413 East BSi-»t.. fourth bell. N" RSE — aaMMal, .^-.mpetent nurse fop infant: g.- 113 Wyckoff-st Br-Hjklvr.. Is: NURSE, hospital experience, wishes any! kind of nursing: wait on Invalid- t*k*> care of infant: patients* and doctor** r»f-< erences. Mr. MOAISATE. 4»4 W. Slst-st. NURSE.— Trafned nurse wishes -ng**e mer-t by week or month: confinements specialty: charge* moderate ; good rerer •ncea. 523 Lexlngton-ave. REFINED American woman w.-.uld auk* herself cpn.-ra:;-.- useful m a good horn*. Address H. W . Box '.2. Tribune OCct. SEAMSTRESS.— Bt an »xp<»rlenc«id seam stress, colored: would assist In chamber— wcrk: reference. Call or address MALL3T St» West 20th-st. SEAMSTRESS. — A thoroughly tuiauetsst i seamstrw* by day •» takes work be me: do«s all kinds of family sewing, repairing dresses. finishing, alterations. SSAJI3- TRESS, 773 Ams:#rd*m-*T«. 6EAMSTRES3.— By most respectable Irisfv girl: unOentan'f* >r> an mall mar wflßMt to assist with chambenrork or firing room; no objection to country, Call Monday '•» Chrtstocher-at.. near Sth-at. SEAMSTRESS, who understands ladles' and children's dressmaking. $1 per day reference. Ml** MURCHISON. 5 Sm ■■ 1: SEAMSTRESS.— By excellent Hsmstm. apdemaad. dreiwmskSnr: out by imy. addrae* a. P.. Bon 49. 1.245 Broadway. WArTRESS »ad CHAMBERMAID.— Dy a WA3HINQ. — Toung wosnan «i«-ea »»i.- WASHING.— Touag German woman will tak* ■sntletaan* w*solr>< heras: is— n* able prloea. I IMI saa JANITOR. 130 West WASHlNG.— Respectable, yens* woenaa WJBI ? lta* family washla* to take hew*. Mrs. SMITH. 1C East 113tS-st. WAMISO.-A ruamatili «wu mv._ urn* aior» family or ladsaa* waaataa. 194 Weat 18th-st. roasa 14. WASHING.— By 3we*aa wcra-is. to tjk* home. or go ant cooking by ta* day- Apply SWEN3ON. aB East WU *U WASHING. — Respectable asls»a woman would do fine family wash sag at h*r home understand* all kinds of an* work; (Unaels carefully washed; goad re ferine*. Mrs. WASHINGTON. SB East T»th-a« 1111 mi lattvdreea to da faint « ■ aatil— at -. -me B.ag Jeaes'e bet!. *1 Wast Slst-et. WASHING and IRONINO ijomm by a ecl ore4 woman by w«*k or desen: W—> able rentlaaen's waaatag a epeci^ty. 123 Wsex i«th— U TOCXO ftrl with triiiisiir Vw' t housewort; h«ip mm mm mvllac. a.SM aa w±. l«ka-at. ADVERTISEMENTS mad euaarrtpr >r The Tribune ree*r»»d at tbeir Usrtawi am**. No. 1.242 Broadway. M door north of .Hit-Hi., until » o'clock 9. in-: adver tisements e*c*l ved at tlw> following branch offices at regular otSc* rat« until 3 o'etocK • m.. na.. 234 Sta-ava.. a. c. or. J*»-«. ; m tJ'.h-»v-., cor. 12ta-as.: Mary's. «t!> •»». ami Mai I : Ml Columbua-a»a», tear I West Mih^at.. MM West 42*-«. .. ' 5