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ARMED MINERS OX GUARD
MOKE rBOOW MAY I'.E NEEDEI»-N«>
rxTExnos ro knd strike.
Nashvil!c. Te:in.. Km 26.— The second union coal
miner*' r-ainp t-.s'.aljlished at Nortonvllle, Ky.. by
the strikers v.as occupit-d last night by one hundred
m,.; fifty men. One tent ...is been put up on the
site of the old camp, which -~as broken up by
Sheriff H.,r.k: ; .- and his deputies last Sunday at
ihe Instance of County .ludjre Hal!. Organizer
Hooney said to-day that by night there would be
not fewer than three hundred union miners In the
camp, and that ten tents would be put up as soon
as possible. Hp said they had come to stay this
time.
President Wood. Vice- President Barnaby and
orher union officials returned from Owensboro to
day. Mr. Wood said:
We will build a house on the site of the old camp
■round that will accommodate five hundred persons.
We must shelter our people some way. and this is
the only way we can do so. I will make this place
fit Nortonville the headquarters for the union
miners. The building will be located more than two
miles from the nearest mine, and we can do no
harm here. I have seen notices in the press that
President Mitcheli was thinking seriously of calling
off the strike. I want to say that lie never thought
of it for a moment. We are better fixed now than
we have ever been before, and have more money in
the treasury than ever. We are here to stay, and
«ny report to the contrary is false.
President Wood, accompanied by his attorneys,
waited on Judge Hall to-day and demanded the re
turn of the tents, stoves and other camp parapher
nalia taken by the officer.- when the camp was dis
persed. Judge Hall said the equipments would be
held as ex-idence President 'Wood will get out an
attachment against Judge Hall for the return of
the paraphernalia.
J. W. Hancock, the policeman who was one of the
participants in a street duel yesterday when Will
lam Bradley was seriously wounded and two by
standers were injured, was remanded to jail to-day
In default of bond.
The body of a striking union miner named Will
iams was found near the railroad track near Kor
tonville to-day. There were two bullet wounds in
his body. Hi* comrades charge that the guards at
the mines near there killed him.
NEWSPAPER MEN" WARNED OFF.
Madisonvilie. Ky.. Nov. 26— camp of the strik
ing union miners at Xcrtonville is again a reality.
and reports from there to-day say that about fifty
armed men are in camp. Thomas Rooney. a member
of the official board cf the United Mine Workers of
America. Said that newspaper correspondents would
better Five the camp a wide berth. It is the general
«pirjion that if the county officials remain firm in
their determination to disperse the "unlawful as
sembly of lntimidators" more troops than are now
on the ground will be necessary to enforce the
mandate of the court.
The trial of the twenty-one union prisoners -who
■were taken from the camp at Nortonvilie last Sun
day, and who are now in jail, has been postponed
■until to-morrow at 8 o'clock.
PLEADED AT MEDICAL SOCIETY'S ACTIOX.
THE ASSOCIATION "WILL. PROBABLY ACCEPT THE
OFFER OF AMALGAMATION.
The action taken by the Medical Society of the
County of New-York at its meeting on Monday
Eight, looking to a union with the New-York
County Medical Association, is received by the
members of the latter organization in a most cor
dial spirit- In fact it appears that there has not
been any other feeling for a good many years.
The society is the older of the two organizations.
The association was formed about seventeen years
ago by members of the former organization under
peculiar circumstances. It was proposed by the
society to adopt the code of ethics of the Ameri
can Medical Association. This code consists of
suggestions as to the conduct of physicians,
patients and the general public It is In no way a
set of laws, but simply declares the propriety of
certain lines of conduct. The resolution to adopt
this code of ethics was passed by a majority vote.
The minority members refused to act under the
code, and seceded, but retained the name of the
Medical Society of the County of New- York. The
majority adopted the name New-York County
Medical Association, to conform with the Ameri
can Medical Association.
It Parker Syms, president of the association,
■was peon by a Tribune reporter last night. He
said:
The association has not as yet received any for
mal communication from the society with reference
to th^ proposed amalgamation. I read with a good
deal of interest and - .•■ satisfaction of the action
of the society. Whir. President Van Fleet ap
points his committee of five we shall be plad to
emulate, his example, and we hope that the con
ferences of th--' committees will be fruitful of
good results. The association is glad to hear of
this cordial spirit, and when the proper time comes
I have no doubt that our organization will meet
th* society half way. I myself am a member of
both organizations, and I know hundreds of physi
cians who are also members of both. There is no
difference of opinion between the two organiza
tions, and there has been none for many years, ex
cept in a technical sense. There Is no personal
reeling of antagonism and no rupture.
FREE 'IRC US FOR THE THOUSAXDS.
MA^T 'INTERESTING FEATURES OF A HOLIDAY
WINDOW DISPLAY.
One seldom hears much about circuses this late
in the year. One almost never sees one In the
holidays. Yet there Is a circus in town, in full
swing, and It Is attracting thousands of people
every day. No canvas hides it from the wonder
ir.g eye. and one pays not. a sou to enjoy It. The
f=how Is a continuous one. It is at fiixth-ave. and
Kourteenth-st.. in the windows of K. H. Macy &
Co. The fact that the performers, the bears and
a]' the rest are merely mechanical toys In no way
robs this wonderful circus of its interest. The
hundreds of delighted children who daily look into
the windows of this great department store hardly
eeem to realize that the numerous Santa Clauses
are not real. Irish harpists, backwoodsmen. Jug
glers, Japanese acrobats, clowns and bespangled
equestriennes parade before the young people (and
many old ones. too), and then appear again as the
procession makes the round again. The mopt In
teresting features in this exhibition are the grizzly
bear, who balances a glittering Christmas tree on
his nose: Santa Claus's surprise, the athlete who
ewings around the horizontal bar, and the pig race.
31 is truly a novel and Ingenious holiday window
decoration.
WBJTECAPS THREATEX XECrROES.
DETERMINED EFFORT TO DRIVE THEM OUT OF
LAKH COUNTY. TENN.
lET TELEGEAPH TO THE TBIBrNT:.]
Nashville. Term.. Nov. 26.— The Lake County
"Whitecapf. who have recently been terrorizing
negroes, are again active. A body of armed men
visited the home of "Tom" Bragg, colored, and fired
at least one hundred shots through the doors and
windows, but the occupants managed to keep out
of range. Notice was posted on the house warning
Bragg to leave at once. Similar notices have been
posted in various parts of the district, and the
negroes are emigrating. The Whltecaps gave the
negroes notice to leave two weeks ago, and now
that cotton picking is about over they are forcing
their order.
SCAXy ELL-MARKS r.4.<?£ TO-DAY.
T\rr- Commissioner Scannell and William It.
Mark? ■were tc plead before Judge Newhurger in
Pert 1 of General Sessions yesterday to indict
ment? charging Scanntll with neglect of duty and
both ■with conspiracy, but on Monday a notice of a
motion to inspect the minutes cf the grand Jury
which found the indictments was made by John
P. Lindsay and George Gordon Battle, counsel for
I ■.1 and Marks. Samuel H. Ordway. the epe
cial Assistant District Attorney prosecuting the
case, declared yesterday that he had not seen the
motion, and an adjournment of the case was had
untii to-day to enable Mr. Ordway to inspect the
motion. To-day the motion to inspect the minutes
■rill be argued. Neither Commissioner Scanneil
nor Marks was in court.
WHERE TO DINE TO-MORROW.
Many people nowadays are in one way or other
prevented from going to their old homesteads to
enjoy their Thanksgiving dinners. Much of the sor
row attendant upon the denial of such a pleasure
has within recent years been alleviated. The mod
ern hotel and restaurant has learned to appreciate
the feelings of its guests upon this feast day. It
now provides such a bountiful repast, dinners that
have in them the genuine home flavor, that many
ruf-n now are forming the habit of dining at these
hotels and restaurants on Thanksgiving Day. In
another column of Th* 1 Tribune may be found the
names Of a number of tin -• painstaking hostleries
and restaurants which will to-morrow give epecial
dinners. The wants of those who needs must travel
th_t o>y on the Erie Railroad will not bs neglected.
The Erie company will serve Us patrons with a
splendid Thanksgivli.s dinner. The menu is cer
f-f -a i r. :y a tempting list.
MAY HAVE TO REFUND CUSTOMS.
THE BOARD OF CLASSIFICATION DECIDES
AGAIXST GOVERNMENT ON QUES
TION OF VALUE OF RUPEE.
The United States Board of Classification yes
terday gave a decision on the protest in the
case of Lucius Beebe & Sons, importers, of Bus
ton, against the decision of the Collector of
Customs at Boston, involving the value of the
Indian rupee in cases in which merchandise
from foreign countries is invoiced in rupees. It
was said at the Appraisers' Stores that under
the decision, if sustained, the government will
have to refund large sums that have been paid
in duties on Indian goods. The amount involved
is estimated to be from $750,000 to $1,000,000.
The Beebe case was a test case, based on the
duty collected on a cargo of skins.
Section 2."i. of the Tariff act of August 28.
lSf»4. says that the Director of the Mint shall
each quarter establish the value of foreign
coins according to the pure metal in them, in
cases In which merchandise from foreign coun
tries is invoiced in a foreign currency. At the
time that Beebe & Sons made their importation
the value of a rupee had been fixed at 199-160
cents. It was claimed, however, by the govern
ment that the rup°e actually possessed an ex
change value of 32 11-100 cents, and the collec
tor of the port at Boston used this larger figure
in estimating the duties.
The opinion of the board, written by Judge
H. ML SomerviHe. holds that in rinding the value
of the rupee the Secretary of the Treasury
made a misconstruction of the law. and that
the board had jurisdiction to correct the error.
The protest of the importers is sustained, and
the collector is instructed to return the duties
paid.
CHAXGE OF BASE IX TAX F.
CONTEST OVER THE FRANCHISE ACT AS
SUMING AN INTERESTING PHASE.
Tbt telegrafh to ran tribtne.l
Albany. Nov. 20.— The contest over the Fran
chise Tax act is assuming an interesting phase.
This is due to the circumstance that the law
yers of some of the corporations opposing the
execution of the act seem disposed to change
their ground of opposition to it. At the hearing
last week before ex-Judge Earl, of the Court of
Appeals, the referee appointed by the Supreme
Court to take evidence about and pass judgment
upon the Franchise Tax act. W. H. Page, the
counsel of some corporation?, stated that they
would not test the valuation rut upon their
special franchises by the State Tax Commis
sioners, because they could find no evidence on
which to base a contest on that point. It ia
presumed that this statement was made by Mr.
Page from the belief that the courts would
probably hold that the State Tax Commission
ers exercised their best judgment in making
these appraisements, and. therefore, that in
most cases this judgment must be respected
by the courts.
Ex-Judge Charles F. Brown, of New-York.
the general counsel for the Metropolitan Street
Railway Company, stated to-day to Judge Earl
at a hearing given in thn same matter in the
Assembly parlor, that the referee and the
courts would probably not be burdened in future
•with questions regarding the Franchise Tax
act. but simply with broad questions of law.
Ex-Governor David B. Hill, one of th<> lawyers
representing the corporation, was absent for the
first time, being in Washington. It is under
stood that Mr. Hill will make an argument be
fore Judge Earl that in his opinion the Fran
chise Tax act 5s unconstitutional.
Besides ex-Judge Brown, there were present
at the hearing before Judse Earl to-day Frank
H. Platt, representing the Consolidated das
Company; Charles A. Callin. representing the
Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company: William H.
Page, of the Metropolitan Street Railway Com
pany; "William N. Dykman, of the Brooklyn and
Coney Island Railroad Company, and H. H.
Hemmens. representing the Edison ElectrlJ
Light Company of New-York. The State w-is
represented by Deputy Attorney General Co
man and J. Newton Fiero. Evidence was sub
mitted to Judge Earl to-day, showing a reduc
tion in the valuation put upon the franchises
of certain telephone companies in New-York.
It was then agreed to complete the taking of
evidence In contested franchise tax cases on
December 4, and that the summing up of the
counsel should be heard by Judge Earl in Al
bany on January 4 and 5, 1902.
FIXED THE iI'COMB TRANSFER TAX
THE LARGEST EVER IMPOSED IN WEST
CHESTER COUNTY.
County Treasurer Francis M. Carpenter yesterday
fixed the largest trar.sfer tax ever imposed in
"Westchester County. It was on the property of
J. Jennings McComb, of Dobbs Ferry, who left an
estate »>f $10,000,000. The personal property has been
appraisM Bt $3,000,000. and the amount of th<> tax
that the State will receive is in round numbers
$50,000.
The estate of Frank O. Matthiepsen. the sugar
magnate who had property ntar Dobbs Ferry, and
who left JS.Ono.OuO has paid to the County Treasurer
$42,000 as a transfer tax.
REFUSED TO CONSTRUE M'COMB WILL.
JUSTICE SCOTT BAYS THAT AT PRESENT ITS
MEANING IS AN ACADEMIC QUESTION.
Justice Scott, in the Supreme Court yesterday, re
fused to give a decision In the action brought by
Miss Fajiriie Rayne McComb, daughter of the late
J. Jennings McComb, to have her father's will con
strued. Her reason for bringing the action was
that an income of Slfi.OOft was Wt her for life if
Fhe was married to Louis Hermg. If she did not
marry Herzog, she was to share equally with her
sisters and brother In the division of the estate.
Justice Scott paid in regard to the question raised
by Miss McComb:
She has not yet married the person named in
the will, and it is of course possible that she may
never do Ml The question as to the validity of
this provision of the codicil is not, therefore, at
present a practical question as to which the execu
tors and trustees need advir,» or direction, ami it
may never become such. At present the question
is purely abstract and academic. The courts do
not t>it to determine fuc-Ii quesUMta.
The executors of Mr. KcOomb's) will will, there
fore, have to takft upon themselves the respon
sibility of paying to Miss McComb an equal share
of th« estate with her sisters and brother, or else
that of withholding it and creating the trust men
tioned by her father.
nuwKStuvnro at the old first.
The Thanksgiving Day service at the Old First
Church. Fifth-aye.. from Eleventh to Twelfth sts..
will be of an unusual character and of special in
terest to the public. The president of its board of
trustees, Rossiter Johnson, will deliver an original
poem suggested by the death of the late Presi
dent. Another trustee. General Stewart L. AVood
ford. Minister to Spain at the time of the outbreak
of the Spanish-American War. will deliver an ad
dress upon the character and work of President
McKinley. The service will be conducted by the
pastor, the Rev. Dr. Howard Duffield. The music,
under the direction of "William C. Carl, will be as
follows:
Prelude Siegfried Funeral March, "Die GoUerdam
rr.erurig" Wagn«T
(In memory of President McKinley.)
Anthem Festival Te Deuni filr George C. Martin
Anthem' '■Come. Ye Thankful People" William Reed
Voluntary. Fantasia. "Star Spangled Banner" Buck
THEATRE MANAGER WAVTB INJUNCTION.
Justice Leventritt reserved decision in the Su
preme Court yesterday on an application by Lee
Shubert. business manager of the Herald Square
Theatre, to restrain Karris Lumbers, the lessee of
the International Theatre, at Niagara Falls, from
booking attractions through any other source than
Shubert who alleges that he has a three years"
agreement to supply all the attractions for Lum
berg's theatre. Shubert charges that Lumber?
violated his contract by making arrangements with
Klaw & Erlanger to furnish attractions to him.
Counsel for Lumberg said that the theatre was
burned down on October 20, and that ended the
agreement. ' . ■• ,
HISTORIC FLAG FOR ALABAMA.
Montgomery. Ala.. Nov. 36.— General Jo«eph
"Wheeler has presented to the State of Alabama
the American flag: which was first floated over
Santiago. It will be run on the mainmast of the
Bpaniyh war vessel, Don Juan <1c Austria, pre
sented to Alabama through the efforts of ' apiain
Hobson. The flag will be raised in the grounds of
the State capital.
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Notice of Summons.
QUPEUEME COURT '>!" the Slat.' of Now York.
X catj -'ir..! County of New York M .rrls Punch, Plain
tiff, acain^t .^arah Punch, Defendant. Trial desired In
New York County. Summons. "A. mm tor an absolute
Divorce." To the above named Defendant: V.»u an- here
by Eummone-1 i.> anstt.r ti..^ complaint in this action and
to nerve a copy <.f your .-in.^w.-r <.n the tiliilntlff's Attorney
within twenty dii>'s after fhe .«<■■% i.c ..f this Siimm..n«
exclusive of tiie day <>i senrti ••. and in case of your failure
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by default for the relief demanded In the complaint
Dated New York, November 20th. iflOL
A. la. KALMAN, Plaintiff's Attorney, 1 >fn>« an.l l'nhtoffli-«
addrrti?. 206 Broadway. New v..rk City, Borough of
Manhattan.
To Sarah rum-h. Defendant: The foregoing Summons Is
nerved upon yu. by publication, pursuant to an order of
}l'on John Proctor Clarke, a Justice of the Supreme Court
of the State of New York, dated the 26th flay of November.
1W)1 and tiled with the complaint In th» office of the
Cleric of the County of New Y..rk. at the County Court
House In the City of New Y..rk.
Dated November lif.th. IPOI.
A h, KALMAN. Plaintiffs Attorney, 2<'G Broadway, New
York city. Uor-iugh of Manhattan,
OUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF
NEW — Samuel Engle. Plaintiff. against Jacob
Ooldfiam an.l Annie Goldflam. Ills wife, Edward 11.
Wemple and Martha E. Wemple. his Wife. Frederick B.
Wemple. Adoljih Block. Ira J. Ettinger. Charles Claude,
James Brennan, Edward Patten, Michael Schlssl, Charles
Olson, and Charles Miller, Defendants. Trial desired in
the County of New York. Summons with notice. To the
above namM Defendants: You are hereby summoned to
answer the complaint in this action, and to serve a copy of
your answer on the Plaintiff'^ Attorney within twenty
days after the service of this summons, exclusive of th«
day of service: and In case of your failure to appear or
answer judgment will be taken against you by default, for
the relief demanded In th- complaint.
Dated October 22nd. 1001.
GEORGE HAHN. Plaintiffs Attorney, Office and Post
offlce address. No. 302 Broadway, Manhattan, New
York City.
To Frederick B. Wemple, defendant:
The foregoing summons Is served upon you by publica
tion, pursuant to an order of the Hon. Henry Blscholf, jr..
Justice of the Supreme Court of the. State of New York,
dated the Siith. day of October, 11*11, and tiled with the
complaint In the office of the Clerk of th« County of
New York, at his office in the County Court. House, In the
Borough of Manhattan. City of New York.
Dated New York, November Sth. 1901.
GEORGE HAHN, Attorney for Plaintiff. 302 Broadway.
Borough of Manhattan. New York City.
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2<l door north of 31st-st., until St o'clock p. m. ; advertise
ments received nl the following brunch nfflces at regular
office rates until S o'clock p. m., viz.: 254 Sth-ave.. « c
cor. 23d-st.: 133 tith-ave.. cor. 12th-st.; 142 ColumbUs
ave.. near \V<-Et OUth-Et. ; 100 West 42d-st.. near tith-ave.;
Uchgiona Notices.
CHI'RfH OF THE MESSIAH (Unitarian 1 ). 34th-st..
corner Park-aye. — Union Thanksgiving sen-ice at 11
o'clock. Rev. MERLE ST. C. WRIGHT will preach
Subject, "A Real ThankSKivlnfr." The public cordially
invited.
THANKSGIVING SERVICES will be heM at Plymouth
Church. Orange-6t.. between Hicks and Henry sip. on
Thursday morning at 11 o'clock. The. Pastor. Rev. NEW
ELL DWIGHT IIILLJS, will preach on "The Events and
Lessens of the Year, and the Gains Made for Our People
and Our Institutions."
The Thanksgiving music will be rendered under the di
rection of Mr. George Waring BteobJaa,
AT THE "OLD FIRST" CHURCH.
sth— avf. and 12th-st.,
HOWARD DUFFIBLD. D. D., Minister.
Thanksgiving Day. 11 a. m.
Address by Genera! STEWART L. WOODFORD
Original poem by ROSSITER JOHNSON, LL. D.
AMER. ROOKING * PAIST. CO.
GENERAL ROOFING ContractorT"and
Painters; all work guaranteed. 79
Maiden Lane. Telephone- 1.185 John.
ARTISTIC UPHOLSTERY.
X^f^SriC^U?HOLSTESRING land attractive
decorations: FURNITURE mad« -to^order.
reS5?3. rolirtertorretinlshe^
UATTHBSSES made and CARPLTa a.
UOARU A->O rt.OOSIS^
V -A!— A!— ATTEINTIONI
A Hig* claWi apartments «n.r r,-.ms . » .h
.•o D _^ T ;t 7 BAST.— Two handsomely fur
nist.ed rooms, with board, on second
floor- southern exposure; en suite or singly,
"a, [oV dining room: central location: refer
ercts. _■■_
ST MJBAN9^-B W. DEFOREST, PROP.
ST. Y» Easi 31« st. -Rooms single, en
sane: private baths; parlor dining room;
electric lmrt: table board.
HOAR D WANT KM
» I^ADT wishes board In a refined, cultl-
A va'ied strictly private family: highest so
cial reference*. Address M. R-. Box 4..
Trtbnne T'ntnwn Offi .-. 1.242 P.roadway. _
BOARD AND KOOMS-lIttOOKLVV
PARK SI/3PK. 140 PROPPF.iT PLACE.—
L,,s» and sniai: roemf. f4 30 and upward.
Including board: near trolley lines; new
n-.-TP ir<-rppnt ■ taMp board
BILLIAII1) AMI POOL TABLES.
BILLIARD and Pool Table*, new. second
hand. $50 ud: easiest payments. MARX
BROS.. 24 Union Sauare.
CAST OFK CLOTHIXr,.
HIGHEST PRICE paid for ladles', gentle
men's and children's discarded Clothing,
fine Evening and Street Costumes. Jewelry.
Uric-a-Brac, Furs. etc. Mr. or Mrs . NAF
TAL. 744 6th-ave. ; telepnonc 1.018 B .JMn.
CARPET n,F.VM\G.
I IJ o W o WSLUAIiS,
Ftf-am Carpet Cleaning. 353 West 54th-»i-
T«let.nune 3G6 Columbus. Relaying a
•p»clalty. Established 1575.
W. .LJAMB A SOT,
210W.77TRST.SS-S!
CARPET CLEANSING. Established 1375.
CARKFUL CARPET CLEANING CO.—
Carpet* cleaned by iteam, by hand or on
the floor. ! 508 Broadway. 421 East 43th
*• rOE * BRANDT. Te'. I^2-i^th
DESKS A\D OFFICE KIHMTIHE.
R OLLTOP
LJU Lr^ «=3^ Joi Q*
OFFICE
FURNITURE
In «Tmt variety
of styl* and
price.
T. O
FELI-EW,
311 h'Mlton St.
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fice No. 1.242 Broadway, 2a door north of
31 »{-«.; until 9 o'clock p. m. ; advi •• •
menty .... . ■•.. i at the folli wing I ranch of
fices at regular office rate<« until - o'clock
p. m.. viz.: 2.14 Bth ■'■•'-. s. c. cor 23d-St-:
153 tith-a' cor. I2thr-s1 142 Columbus
hvp. near West 661 st : ■-• West iZH-f.t..
r.rar 6th-avt: ■■- East 14th-st-; 257 West
•12d-« ■■■... :■■: and Sth aye» . -•-:
We«t 125th-8C: 139 Bast 471 St.; 1.338 3d
ave between "nth and 77th sts.: 1 020 .'M
ave., near Slsl tt . 1.708 i- : -aye., near
80th-«t.: 157 East a st.: 736 Tiemont
., ..■ • RsoS<] aye.. near 41st-st. : "•"•< 3d ive.:
210 Illeecker-st.: 826 B!eecker-st. Brooklyn.
N. V.— - ■■' ■-- st : 215 Smlth-st. Newark.
N. J.—73 4 Hmad-st. An I at all A. D. T.
r.ftioe*.
LOAKS «•% I'l HMTIUI"
w% mud you Miwa
on hfisehold furniture, plants. <«tnr.ijte re
celpU. etc . In use witliout removai, private
o(Tlce»*" fftrlcrly confidential.
KOYAti CaEDIT ASS'N. 277 Broadway.
Room 40S. Branch. 253 West IHth-st.
ADVERTISEMENTS and mibacripttona f^r
The Tribune received at th--ir Uptown Of
fice. No. 1.242 Broadway, -.1 door north of
Slat-Ot.: until 8 oVloek p. .n. . aiiveri!' I'
menta re^^iv»d ,• the following branch of
fice' »t regular office r*t<-!< until 8 o'clock
p. m. viz.: 2.*»S Sth-aie.. «. c. .or. 33d-st.;
153 tirh-.ive.. cor. U'lh!«t.: 142 Columbus
r .. rn> nv,r AAth-et.: infl w>«t »?■'.-«* .
DRESUUKIIIG.
A —A. — A.--'^ta\ r»rment« and othT fln»
fur» repaired. recyed and rean delled Into
Utfrt »tyl<-« at exceptionally low prices.
Ij»dle» walte-1 on at their restdfnees. Mr«.
K. J. BARKER. '.It' West »th ;-t.. lat»
with C. O. Gunthei-n 9oni Kth-ave.
ATTENTION!— Ladies' ratti no id« to order;
first ClaM tit an.] workuiitiishlp: broai
rlotli ilts from }■ . "• up; ladies" own m*~
ter'.al at reasonable prices; separate nklrts
r- tn J." up fur garment made t--> order
and rrmoddl.d. N. 11. MILLER. S« -«th
ave.
A. V.— FIRST CLASS DRESSMAKER;
. v 1 .:■•■ 1 titter and rte«lpr.ner of ladles'
KOwna. fancy V -■ -.■:•. workmanship
maranteed; remodelling. Mnw, WILSON.
|0 We?t ..-.•> ■
DRESSMAKER. — Colored woman; >:•■■!.
tnke work h^nie or out by day or week;
rcf.-renr». Address E. M.. I.' Columbus
nv-.. store.
DRESSMAKER
takes wni r '■• day: skirt*.
(Iterations. 1
. ■ .■■ . ■ dresses. Mrs 11' ••'!'. 1-'".
w. -• 101 • •
WRS a kin garment* made over, re
) il:. 1. redyed. altered und remodelled
Into latest styles; .In^st work: estimates
. en: homo preferred. GREIO, 131 West
22.1-ft.
SI'ITS of tout nirn mater 1 *!, 512 up: skirt*
$3 up: also repairing. nlterlnK. cleaning
and dvelnjr: skirts rewound Tkj cents: hlßh
»t rrnde wcik KUarante*d. HARRIS. 58
Wen 18th-«t.
SEALSKIN GARMKNTS remodelled, re
■■ 1 ;:i:i r- over Into faaHonable
.■'.■; and lacki ts; sleeven
reshapi !; ho r day. GREIO. 131
■\v<-st 22d-st.
BTEMPLER A ROSENBAUM, 32 1
Mark's I'l.ic^. repair nnd renew Fur*.
Seal Garments In the latesl styles, and
chargeH from .«", up.
TANNBN & I.XVI.V. 1.568 Broadway, near
471h-st.. lailles' tallorH »nd furriers.—
ladles" garments remodelled, rellned, into
the latest styles; goods called for and de
livered. Tel. 4.22HA — 3Sth-st. Tailor made
mils to order of Imported materials, »llk
lined throughout. $4.\ worth $"■> All work
done under our persona] supervision, assur
ing you a perfect fit ar.d entire satisfaction.
WE TEACH cutting. nttl:ig. making and
finishing of corsets, dresses and millinery:
Me money In It. patterns cut. Apply
U'DOWKLL'S. .■?!<>- 31S Btb-av«^
DBTEOTIVE AGENCIES.
METIiOPOIJTAN
DETrKCTIVK Ai.EN'CT.
243 BROAXIWAT.
SOTEK'S PKTPXTIVES are the tiejit. old
ejtabliched. all branches licensed. Bonded.
Guarantee Fecrecy 10G West 42d-st.
EYES. EARS. neSB, THROAT \M>
LUNGS.
11R D. OORMON POHJPSZO, the Indian
BpedaUet. Xi West HRh St., New Vnrk.
EMPLOYMICST AGE.NCIKS.
St. PMTSHiiLiIiE^'S
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU.
211 East 42d-6t. First class domestics are
Hiipplled.
rt us i;i,i:(;ami,v me model, mod
REAL near seal Jackets to order »2.'>. Also
Persian lamb garments trimmed, JsV
D, HIRSHFELD. Furrier. 20 East 14tli-st.
riKMSHKI) HUUM9 TO LKT,
lO4TH-ST., 188 WEST. — Parlor, bedroom
reaaoaabte; adjoining bath; one night.
HOUGHTON.
i^arijb fumishe-.i ro<.m to let; gentleman:
iv.''H-nccs, -_r» West ir>th-st.
FOII MLX.
TWO SEALSKIN SACKS, sizes 3S and 44:
new- prices very reasonable. MAX
V.BRNSTEIN. 271 West l?fith-«t.
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fice Ho 1.-4- Broadway. 2d door north of
31st-st.. until 9 o'clock p. m.; advertise
ments received at the following branch of
llces at regular office rates until 8 o'clock
„ m viz.: -"34 Mh-ave.. s. c. cor. 23d-st.;
I'd Cth-ave.. cor. 12th-st.: 142 Columbus
ave near West «6th-6t.; 106 Wart «2d m .
near »>Ui-ave.: 02 East 14tb-*t.; 257 West
40* , between 7th and Sth mm.; 263
West. rr.tl. 150 East 47th-st.: 1,838 3d
av .." between Ttith and 77th its.; 1.026 3d
ave" near 61st-st.: 1.70S lst-ave.. near
88th-st.; 157 East 125th-st.; ;-. ,
GOLD FIRMTIKE A REGILDHIC.
KEGILDING picture frames, furniture;
gold leal guaranteed; reasonable charges;
estimates furnished. GOLD FURNITURE
MANUFACTURERS. 59 Sixth-aye.
HOW TO GET STROSiG.
HANDBALL, boxing, fencing, baths, etc.
Wood's Gymnasium. 6 East 2gth-*_ En
trance. $5.00; monthly dues, $2.00.
BANKBOOK No. 380.782 of the Union Dime
Savings Institution Is missing. Any per
son having a claim to it i-« hereby called
upon to present the same within ten days,
or submit to having said passbook cancelled
an.i a new one issued.
LOST OR STOLEN. — BANKBOOK So.
71.344, ..f the Gennao Savings li-tni, :n
the city of New York, corner 4th av<
14tli-st.. issued to F. BrssHen in trust for
Frtedrlch Wendorf. All person- ar.^ ■■..•;■
tioneel ;isainst negotiating • ■ sam* It not
returned to the batik .11 tbe 17th 'lay ..f
December, 1801, ;. duplicate win i- Issued.
LOST. Bank! .< Wo. 186.496. f..mk of
Savings, 2SO 4th-ave.. New-Tork. Paj
ment stopped. I'lease return b.«.k to bank.
LOST.— Bankbook No. 7m;.44.1. Bank of
Savings. 280 4tn-ave., New-York. Pay
ment stopped. Please return book to bank.
MACmNKKT.
AT REDUCED PRICES.— d-h-r..i
wood and iron working machines; fully
guaranteed; machinery bought and ex
changed. GEO B. EDDT. 252 Madlson-st.
OLDIiOLD A\f> MI.VKR WAM'EO.
J. H. DBDERICK'S SONS. 16 Maiden
L&re. — Highest prices phi for old gold
and silver. Gold and silver for jewellers,
platers, glass manufacturers, yh I >tcgrap v iei-s
and dentifts.
I'IA\OS AXD OR6AHS.
ipo£\R3(Q)*g ir® __G_Knr
K*s*o~».l)l» rate*. Rent allowed if pur
cbaMO.
nr.T"(PI rJl' 7 " n 'i S3 i.ast 14th. St.. N. T.
MlfeKli-Ira iuiun A- r:»:bu»i. B«:«.
BARGAINS, uprights: fine makes; perfect
order $100 upward, cash or instalments:
open evenings. WHITNEY. 123 West
IJMh-st. ____—-_———————
I'HVSUAI. CIXTLRK AM)
BOXING.
HIU-MANN. Sandbw's Pupil. 7.sr, Ctr.-ave.
I idles gentlemen children; ->1- month;
lessons week; J3» quarter: select pat-
PTROCRAPHT.
ARTISTIC wood buraing; instructions: out
' uts- wood-n srUeles in blank. ROiB
DECORATIONS ■ O . 15!) W"s-. 23«i-st.
Slltri I'OI- INS!i:CT I'OUDKII.
SURE POP INSBCI rOWUER
IS GUARANTEED TO KILL COCK
ROACHES ' ATER BUGS. BEDBUGS^
ETC. ADOLI'H ISAACSEN A SON. JO
1 ILTON-ST N. T
A.DVEKTISEMEXTS and subscriptions for
The Tribune received -it their Uptown Of
fice No. 1,242 Broadway, "i door north of
31bi si until 9 o'clock n. m.; advertise
ments received at the following branch or
!ice« at reßular office rates until 6 o'CiOCK
P. m.. viz.: 2.T>4 sth-ave.. .«. ". cor. 23d-st.;
133 Hth-ave.. cor. 12th-st.: 142 Columbus
ave.. near W. st 66th-«t.: 10»J West 42d-st..
near 6th-ave. : 02 East 14th-st. : SS7 West
42 '. m . between 7th an.l Bth *'■<>« 2WJ
West 12.jth-st.: ISO East 4'th-st.; 1.3.'« 3d
nve between 7t>th and 77th Sts. ; 1.026 *l
avi ' near 61M-st. ; l."f>s lut-ave.. near
60th-et.; 157 East 125 th si : 756 Trem ml
aye.: M-ave.. near 4lst-st- : 5543 d are.;
Sir. leecker-st. : 325 Bleecker-Bt. Br.-oklyn.
N. v. —^l« f'ourt-st. ; 215 Newark,
N. J. — TJ4 Br id it. And at all A. D. I.
nfflces.
STORAGE HOTIGES.
Ti> Hannah G. Mallouf. Mr or Mr?. Julius
Hlrshfeld. Mrs. John Gets, Mrs. T. L.
Marsalis, Mrs. >■ HV. Eahn. Mrs. 1^
Farmer. Tom Mahoney. C. H. Kelly. F. V.
Prestoi O. i:. Sawyer, Mr?. J. 31 .S!o?s.)n.
Mrs. A. Swift, Flo .v <.'o.. Minnie Arm t,
Thomas S •:. Dr. C. C Jolllffe. G. 11.
Matthews. Mrs. 11. M. Sherman. Mr*. 9
riummer. F. J. Tlnkham ar.d B. 5. Blunt:
Yen and each of you are hereby notified
that the time for the payment or our lien
tipon the property hereinafter d>yrrlb»ri
bavins expired. a*t«>r due r.otlre thereof had
be»n . ■:•. f.\ you. we will cause such prop
erty, to wtt. h'-'U.-'ehold goods, personal
effects anl raercbftndll<e, storel by you or In
your rame in the Columbia Storaee Ware—
iiout-ej. to f>*? s.ilT at puhllc auctlor. ar
•-or.linc to the .«:a:ute in such case made
and provided, at .V. 178 and l><o West t«>th
»t.. nn Saturday. Decemt«>r 7. UxU. at 1'»:.1O
a. m.. iin.i If the «a!e thereof Is not com
p!eteif on said dare the same will be con
tlrtor! at the same place m each ani every
Saturday thereafter beffin:ilr« at >:.';<>
a- >n.. until the tale la completed.
L.fMBI STORAGE WAP.fITOT'Sf^.
WATCHKS ON INSTALMENTS.
AVkTTkiTv PATMEXT3.— Fine diamonds.
watches. VT. -H SUPPLY CO.. 3
Maiden Lane, I: m r.2. All goods guar
anteed
WATCHES 1N« Tdltv TO POCKET.
Factory to Pocket
■■. S.— Bartlet-Waltham. 14-K.
■wtuches. 2&-year Kuarar.tfe. valu«
,-:;■ 00. at $8 7* each.
W. F. I M >:.!< MFG. «O.
F.st l-T'. Inc. l»07.
17^ Broadway, I ' '■•"'-■
WAMi'll Tt> PURCHASE.
BOOKS libraries, small or large: ■
a- your residence. In or out ot t >w«
F <; RAINS CO.. Booksellers. 3SB 51 -■ ■ .
:..•■ • . N ■ ■ 'i • .
HELP W \M»:»-
ATTENTION T— Men, (3 an.l $7 takes you
to all principal European ports, liondon.
Liverpool. Glasgow, Hull: also free paaaage
procured. Apply at Shipping Offices. ••
Clintr,n-st. or 73 West-st.
MEN I 1 Engl imi Oermaj
". ■ tranni irtatlon; return ; ; '- HIRI
MAS I ER, '.':. 1
MEN white and col red *!«, ;s - <:; " and
■ ■ :
WANTED In ■ •! wntown real estate ol
Hi ■ 1 young man ■'■■ a»i ■■' !1 ' ■ must !■••
■ ill and of I : appei ranee Appll to
r. w. p., Tri
YOUNG van, aver 23, of K"fd education
and address to .1- first aa salesman, then
aa manager: reference*. HALCH BROTH
ERS COMPANY. <.::>'• r.th-uve.
ADVERTISEMENTS and subscriptions f.-r
Th- Tribune received at their Uptown Of
fice No. 1,242 Broadway, -■: door north of
31st-»t.; until '•• o'clock p. m.; udvertise
men;s received at the t lowing branch of
i.,, , at retcular ■■;!>••• rates until 8 o'clock
1. m.. via . 234 Mli-ave.. *. .-. for. 23d si .
153 «th iv« .. cor. 12th-st.; 142 Cblumbus
■ive near West t',Gth-.st.; 106 West 42d-St.7
near <.il.- .iv.>. . 02 East It'll ■! . -•"•" West
42d-st between 7th and Bth a»es . 388
West rr.tli-st.: 166 East »7th-st.; 1.33S 3d
„.■ between TBth and nth sts.: 1.026 3d
•iv " near Cist st.: 1.708 lst-ave.. near
B»th^Bt.; 1.'.7 East I33th-»t.; 7.-.'i_Trerr. on i
avi • 850 3d-ave. near 41st St.; .V.4 .'ld-ave.;
•..,,,■;:;,. „ ■ , ■ ::■_•:. Bleecker-st. Brooklyn.
N. V.—218 Court-st.: 216 Smith i"t. Newark.
X j.— t.m Broad »i And at all A. D. T.
< lilies.
hi:; i- WASTED.
l"'«-mnl«v
HOUSEWORK American or German Prot
.-I. nit glti. one never hired "ut befon
preferred plain kinsT, wa»hlng an.
rnendins; small family. Address U., lt..x
r.'i. Tribune Uptown Oflte*. 1.242 Broadway.
IF Will WAMT
TIE mm mo
®F HELP
LOOK DIE
work malted.
female.
SPKCIAL, RATIO J.» I.:.EIIPI.Orr.D.
_4 words. S tiinen 15 cents
7 time rate 3O ••«••'«»
A YOUNG LADY, educated, refined, expe
rienced silverware, jewelry, boys' clothing
department or general office work: three
years' reference. Miss .1. BUTLER. 161
East 20th-st.
ATTENTION: — Instruction in letter wnt
ir-K. i-rnmanship an<l EncUsil oampogl
tion by mail; reduce.*, terms ilurliiK the
winter. AddreM TEACHER. 11 overlook
l'la^e. NewburK. N Y.
11ANICURK, experienced, .i<>.-<ires to treat
customers at their homes. Addreaa
MANICURE 6M Warren-st.. Brooklyn.
ADVERTISEMENTS and subscriptions for
The Tribune received at their Uptown Of
fice No. 1.212 Broadway, 2d door north of
31st-st.. until 1» o'clock p. m. . advertise
rnents received at the following branch of
tlces at regular office rates until 3 o clock
p. m.. viz.: 254 Sth-ave., .-. O. cor. 23d-Bt_;
153 6th-ave.. cor. 12th-st.: 142 Columbus
aye.. near West ecth-st." 106 West 42d-st..
\VORIC_WA?iJEI»- _ .
SPECIAL RATK'TOt'iEnVIOTED.
24 words. 3 time- »;» c *»
7 time rate 3O cenf
GOVERNESS or COMPANION.— Educated
at Korthfield Seminary and by private
tuition; music and German excellent: lov- ,
Ing yet firm with children ; references ex- ,
chanced. Miss X.. Tribune Offire. ;
STENOGRAPHER.— Young la! '••■•■ j
rapher desires permanent position; salary
moderate. . H.. Box 2«. Tribune Office.
STENOGRAPHER, typewriter; experienced
mercantile work; reference last employer:
would accept, position with law firm, as
sistant stenographer; salary -mall while
learning. 119 Congress-st.. Brooklyn. I
STENOGRAPHER and TYPEWRITER.—
By .mis; lady: experienced ami we.l •• I
<mted- or would like writing to do at home.
Address Ma* B. L. KKAKMEIt. *••■> 11th- ;
»<.. Bro»klyn. I
TEACHER or . HOUSEKEEPER.'— Lady j
thoroughly experienced will give lessons
in English Unguaee and music, or take ,
charge of house. Address METHOD. Rose- j
bank. Staten Island. j
ADVERTISEMENTS anJ sur^scriptlons Is* j
Th» Tribune received at their Uptown Of
flee So 1 "4- Broadway, -A door north of ,
;;lst-si..' until H •clrc* ••■ m. : advertise- ,
ments received at th< following branch of
fteea it regular office rates until 8 o'clock ;
d m., viz.: 2T.J Sth-ave.. s. c. ear. 2Sd-st.: ,
i.V< ttth-ave.. cor. l'_'th-s:.: 142 Columbus- ■
aye.. near Went 66th-et-| l« West f.'d-st.. \
'near «th-ave.; 02 East 14th-st.; 2... WJ»t ;
Vd-st.. between Sth and Ml. ayes.: I'sJ i
West 125th-t.. 159 B^tJTth-st. : l.» 3d- !
aye between 76th and nth sts.; 1.0.b ••■■ ■
„,;■ near glst-at.; 1.7W lst-ave.. near I
{9th-st.; IK East ITBth at • 73« Tremont- |
aye : »550 :M-ave.. near 41st-s». . V.4 3d-ave. ; •
'•'nVjlee-ker-!-!. : 325 Bleecker-it. Brooklyn. ■
N y.— il« Court-st.: 21S Smith st. Newark. ,
X. J. — 794 Broad-st. And at all A. !'.! '. T. ,
offices. i
WORK WAITED. j
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<P E CIAt KITKTO'«XEJIPI : OYKD. j
•OTCIAIi BATE TO INEJindTI-D. ;
••4 words. -'• tlmei« l"« eeut.s I
"T time rntf •" o»-»t!» i
i
V GENTLEMAN in middle life, a teacher I
by profession, who Is. through defective |
hearing, compelled to relinquish his eallinz. j
peeks honorable employment of whatever ;
kind In city or country: is a first honor ,
graduate or Columbia University, siudiel I
for era! years in Germany, and was six i
\ears a college tutor: Is still competent, ;
having had mock successful experience |
therein, to tutor young ?entlem»n preparing (
for entrance or other examination-*: would j
accept position in a library or a; * secretary, i
or engage In literary work, for — hli ! . he is
well qualified, being well read hi the X: - -
l!sh. Freni'h ;tni! ii»rman literatures and
spea.kir.7 French -md German fluently;
would also go abroad as newspaper corre
.■;.'■:-. in which he is not without expe
... or in other capacity: Hbsolute. in teg
rity »nd the fs.i:hful •;:.-• harge of all duties
guaranteed: excellent references. Address
I:. F-. Boa -!. Tr*hun» Office.
VC< ■OCNTANT and. ••■■.nil .• •■• ■ man would
" take an engagement with a Real class
house no ocjectnns to going 3outb. A:
riress G. H. M.. Box SO. Tribune 1 XI re.
A CHRISTIAN young man. 20. studying
-■. - ings wishes employment during the
da;; good penman; reference. H. BACH
MAN. SSB Communipaw-ave.. Jersey City.
\MERICAN. 2«. well educated, eight year*
late employer, as confidential man and
travelling companion; will accept situation
a: anything. CREED. 151 West 90th-st.
BOOKKEEPER, competent and reliable.
will be. open for an engagement: many
veat3 of experience foundry and machine
shop. Address H.. Box -:•. Tribur.* Office.
BOOKKSEPER and OFFICE MAN.—Ex
perienced; will straighten out your books
and keep them so: moderate saUrj. A.
AXDREE. 2,:!'-2 7th-ave.
BOOKKEEPER'S ASSISTANT. — Doable
entry; twelve years practical experience:
German Englisn. French; Al rtfertn-es;
$10; hotel preferred. Address LEDuLR.
208 East 4 th-Rt.
KEEPER and all roiled offi. • •• man.
experienced, wi'hes to utilize a few hours'
time daily: bookkeepers «r other ■-•■•-
Address B, B. 848 Greene-ave., Brooklyn.
UOOKKE-EPEU and OFFICE MAN.—Thor
r-uchly practical; - ■.-- • ■••• its' experience,
fiuick and reliable: willing and Ir.d-istrious;
excellent referee, c.l. .•'.!:• }i. H. 1..
Tribune. Office.
BAKER — First class foreman, on all kind*
American and FTench breads nnd rrlis;
satisfactory referen-re. ROBERT SHIVEKS,
1.71*> 3d-ave.
EOT IT ambit as, wishes position with ad
vancement: graduate from public school
an! has • ■••.:■-. high school; best refer
ences, and will give bond W. GENE. 2.1
tUl*-ave.. Brooklyn.
BOY. IS. in doctor's tiWcn; Indoor work;
attend > fuvnnce windows; $I<> monthly.
board. Call l.Vt flth-avf.. restaurant.
COMPETENT TYPEWRITER. o«B ■ as
sistant. corretp.indent. checker, assistant
steward- willing and a hustler; American
(.>.*.»; Al references; 10 years' experience.
W.. 156 Jefferson-aye.. Broofctyn
CCLLEGK STCDKJCT.- VI •chool
lessons elementary French. German or
anr other afternooa or evening work; m>.l
en t.. Ad'ir> -- M.. Box 70. Trtt-un? Lp
town Offlc*-. 1.-'42 Broadway.
CERTIFIED ACCOUSTAXTS aaatstant, '_•:
rst class rererrnofs; nv>J>;rtte :.rms. Art
drep.s C. A.. :'. >: 4i>. Tribune Uptown Offlco.
1.242 Broadway.
COLLECTOR. &c— M!d.ll» ged man. col
lect-ir. light porter, or useful man: city i.r
country ; best of reference anJ security.
GEO. T. SHAW, Neptune-are, and oth-a:..
Coney Island.
EXPERT BOOKKEEPER and general
:•;. •• man: quick, accurate and thor
oughly reliable: not if raid of hard work:
reasonable 1 ary. A. a . Box 24. Tribune
O trice. ________
Gt>or> editorial and special writer desires
engagement. 8.. Box 2-'». Tribune Once.
IN THE SEMI-TROPICS as representative
for business house by thoroughly experi
enced man; good references. M. A. X.. 3K3
West 12ith-6t.
JANITORS-— By man and wife, for apart
ment house, schools or private houses;
in run the machinery; goo.t refen-n.es.
AddrrM J. l».. l.'.S 6th-ave.
MAN. 4'». single, well educate,!, reference,
desires position of any kind. BAR
THOLOMEW O'CONXOU. Central Hue!.
221 East 4-.! St.
MAX --> n-,.; appearance. — iber. strnr.c.
honest and willing, at anything. ■;;.:.
[AM M'GOWAN. 4.:. West •-•'■ •'
PORTER or ELEVATOR RUNNER.— CoI -
(ircl man aw office porter In steamship o«
flcr or any other, or elevator runntt.
i-\ V I.OK. 244 West »v*.(l-!»t.
PAINTER, PA PERHANGER.— Honest. s.v-
I,- 1.-.-..1 workingmaa; has own tools;
work' reasonable: landlord, private or •■-
late: best references. OTTO. 336' East 54th-
St. ' -■:' ■
PRIVATE SECRETARY <•' confidential
clerk; best Wall Street references: stenog
rapher and typewriter. .'- P.. -"•' West
S2d-st.
PRINTER — Jobber and stone hand; expe
rienced on ail around work; can read
proof; sober and reliable. Address T. F...
Kox 4.".. Tribune Otiice. ___^_^_^
PORTER. — respectable young Irishman
as porter, understands the car* of horses;
, |ty references. Address M. T.. -:; William
" st. __________
STENOGRAPHER and TYPEWRITER--
Knowledge of bookkeeping. Address M.
VAXDERVOORT. 8 Archer Place. Jamaica.
N. Y.
TRANSPLANTING OF LARGEt TREES, by
experienced landscape gardener. M
ORAK West Chester, New-York City, or
Bos 142. Station K. Cleveland. Ohio.
SALESMAN, thoroughly posted . ■ 11 hard
ware, machinery, tools, pumps, valves, j
plumbing, machinists', carpenters' ami |
builders' supplies, desires position Inside or j
on the road; thoroughly acquainted with |
Kastern Western and Southwestern terri- .
tory II C. BARRON. 8* CHbhs St.. I
Newark. X. -I | 1
WANTED. — Agency tor meritorious paten) ;
article: city or State. T. BOEKNKIJ. IS
Jny-st.
YOUNG MAN, -4. wishes change where
there are some prospects: bookkeeping,
salesman, anything: hard, willing, con
scientious worker. 8.. 1,104 Putnam-ave..
Brooklyn.
YOUNG MAN. IS. graduate, good penman.
accurate at figures, will render himself
generally useful. Address H. T.. 1-
West-et. - :
YOUNG MAN <I*)> desires position; anxious !
to learn a good trade, with chance of ad
vancement. L. LENTINO. 13 Oak-st..
New-York.
YOUNG MAN. as second man and valet in
private family. GEORGE HEINS. 101
East 52d-st. . !
YOUNG MAN. 2S, as janitor; handy In i
making repairs, plain painting, steam
beat, etc.: strictly temperate. F. AL- j
FONZO. 2.351 3d-ave. :
ADVERTISEMENTS and subscriptions for
The Tribune received at their Uptown Of- j
fice No 1 242 Broadway. 2d door north of
.Ilsi-st.." until 9 o'clock p. m. advertise- ;
ments received at the following branch cf- I
rices at regular office rates until 8 o'clock '
p m viz.: i*.4 Sth-ave.. s. c. cor. 23d-st.: 1
153 Cth-ave.. cor. 12th-st.: 142 Columbus- |
aye near West 66th-*t.: 106 West 42d-st-. j
near Sth-ave.: 92 East 14th-ft. : 2T.7 West
4->d-st between "th an.l Sth ayes. : 263 j
\Vest I2sth-st.: 150 East 47th-st ; 1.33S 3d- j
aye between ''Cth and 77th SIS.; 1.020 «>i
,,v<. near Slst-st.: 1.70S Ist aye. near
>■..;!;' 1 ;• 157 East 12T.th-«t. : 75.5 Tremoal
aye • 11.MI rtd-ave.. near 41st-st.: S54Sd aye.;
21OBleecker . 325 Bleecker-st. Brooklyn.
N V. — 21t> Court-st.; 215 Smlth-st. Newark.
N. J. --7U4 Broad-»t. And at all A. D. T. I
offices. '
I DOMESTIC SITUATION W». ~
— -^
SPECIAL RATE TO r«B"w~_
I 24 words. 3 tln,e. ' EMp '"Ttn
7 time rate .^2^*'»t;
A Sd°rSr^w»i?^r^
! N>ardln . private? Address
, TON. care Williams. S» w-T^i^GU.
! 4.th_y
! CUTLER.— Respectable <x^Z " •
' butler in nrivate family™'^ -,»»» >,
ences. LYNCH. 14,-, Wengj^^ "^
ni'TLER, FOOTMAN or CSFTpttT ~~
private family by youn^ Z^hg** it
man: references. G. KOMMe^-?. rS*.?*
st.. Jersey t.-ity. **•**• tJ^Yli^
CHKF — Fxferi7np«d~ fyIZZ". ~~ •
prlTate famU, o , .. . ." en ;^ '• rtthw „
jr.'" M KNIGHT Hilton l^oSI
COACHMAX.-r.entleman wishe, ..^T~~*
, for his colored rOHchm« „«. ""f, 6 "
and ohlisins:: married- can rec^m™ V S^
I h " th!y - E BROWN. |2i E-SHjg^ "'a
| ceArmtA.N wants position- 7^l^
; competent in rnrf partl-uiar- hh B**8 **
: written and personal^ . . ;.*J<-*
' ra.l or address P°^. V^ |
I WAf-HMAN -I.ive.l 12 v^rs .„
' reference; m l JiU m s " ay,
! ••<«.\<-1!.\1.>\..- M,r:;..1. first class ci t , ~
erence. written and personal; 3rn ,£:
. W«r; understands csre of horis
rOACHMAX. GARDENER and ci^TcT
MAN.-En?lUh: wife to <?o gen-raThcS
wnrk: waees $.T5 a month: both S
■■ :>''. < y i-.-.-ii;- I^<J^nd^ "'■•■
GARDEKEH and FI^RIST— By »MIU
a?ed German - American: ex-«^ii!
pieenh'.r^e man: or will taite ca-e • ojSS
t.eman's country olace during wict»r U"
■:-•--' ;.\i;r>KNr:R. 3117 Ba^ -.:;,.„; a *
HALL HAN. ETC.— C'olore.l n- a n. flr« c!i«
hall man or *->-»! I man. waiter for c ij
house; take care gentleman's .-..mpartai
press and clean cloves; \ No. 1 refer*-?
STKES' Box. 140 /Vst 3Ut-»t. nltTtsa -
Nl-RSK.— By NVrth Oerman: attend to is
valid gentleman: gives massas-. patfe*
rerideoces: s-,.l n:,ri,-r. or as compami
5S f S«*Bi r «iJit l P **■ MIXKL *
STEWARD — By experl»nc-d hartenijer Ml
cook, in a club. Aadress STEWARD v
Smlth-.=t.. Brooklyn. ' **
VALET. WAITER. ETI-._Youn? aas
trustworthy as va!et in bachelor inr'
ment, waiter, or with busin°«s Kentlem^Tl
offlco or doctor** office; personal rtertßC-
L. 15.. care Tl o b<rer. ?AH We?: oSth-st
WANTED, on s»ntleman'> place, linatioa
br American, single: care horsei. on
poultry. turnai;>". useful man. 0 V C
Tribune Office *
£OMESTIC^IT[X.Vriq.\S WASTED,
Femal.-
SPKCIAL, RATE TO L>K»IPLOYET)
-% uoril^. :: times •;, r , ntl
T time rate 30 ceata
COOK and BAKER.— First class; in d*
or bachelor's apa:t.-nenr. by an Snt»lllJ*-t
yocng woir.an. ZELTNER. 411 West
.".Tth-st.
COOS and " \"N:'F:r:~>-.-HA3I3SU
MAID and WAITRESS.— By two frieads.
trßether; comritT.t; rity or co'iatrjr; r.t7
refnpw 121 We«? l»th-st.. three 2J?itj.
COOK. — 64 woman a* first class
French cook la a private family; b«t of
references. R '/... -'- West 33th-3t.. rity.
COOK.— F'rst clis?. in private fasily w-'.h
kitchenmaid. does al! kinds of snap..
made di.-*he«. entrees, etc.; has aevea ■ MS 1
personal ref<»ren<-» from last employer. As
dress RELIABLE. B«x ~>, Tribuna Cpto»i
Office. \,Z\2 Broadway.
COOK. — Excellent reference: Gensaa Pas
es anr; wssher. ironer; understasds all
i-!r.'f-< of cooking; city or country. M Za^t
h "-- : .
C1»OK. LAUNDRESS. — Pennsylvania jamas
woman, pood cook. irooil '. ":.-.:■-- = cityor
country. 3Cf» East 32i-sx.. third fioor. 9t
cards.
'-"OOK. — In private family; .7 : -stands h«r
work thoroughly; willln? and obllgtEs;
t^st reference from last place. 305 En:
T.'ih-st.. care Mrs. Kiernan.
COOK. — Respectable elderly German wom
en: steady place as plain cock an.! Ivm
■\ ■ -■: private or restaurant. 155 '.:■■ •■■-
COOK or GENERAL HOUSEWORK.— By
youne. experienced woman; best nier
ence: private family only. Address ITK.,
Box 12. Tribune Offlce
CHAMBERMAID tad WAITRESS.— a
Swedish Kirl. S3 East 12SLV«t.
OIAMF.ERMAID or •KXTB3B— MSI pr!:
*i:::n^ ar.d obliging. - West 134:h-s..
rln? H»rzo;;'* bell.
CHAMBERMAID and WAITRESS.— By a
cnmr-Mteat X-Twesian girl. Cara of Mr;.
H. DAHL. Linwood-st.. Brooklyn.
r*H ORK. — t sag Swedish. alrl
lately land-d. eood seamstress for '.Lzr.:
chambi-rworlc and sewmz. Call Saßrfay.
•JIU Wes; fiist-st . care Ma Robinson.
HOUSEWORK-— By a -'.-"-"ibl* woman.
rckl plain co- k. laundress: nod r»rer
«aces: city or country. L\. 145 6th-ave.
HOI rSEWORK.— American, marr.ed.
l:«ce general wirk in family hotel, or as
pjod housekeeper; would go -:'?.. T. '•■
SARGENT, N«w-Canaan, Conn.
HOrSBWORK.— Respectable country gin
for general housework ie a. small faarly:
good cook. 63 Ea.«: IJ'--'-->i-
INFXNTS Nfßj-'E— Competent: Prms
tant- takes entire ebarga from bir.S: e
.ier.~tar.ds all kir.ds •■! bottle feeding; «*
ly recommended. ■"_; West 75:h-st-
INFANT'S XI'RSEL— By experienced, tbw
ras h ScotCO Protestant woman; taies
charge from birth; best reference* -*
Hist :>2i-?t. _______
KITCHENMAIDSI— By two Swedish »**
HUNT. ;•■■: gd-ave. .
" MJXDRBSS n i bjtel: eTperleaced
KALI>3N. 4-"-3 gt. Ar.n'9-ave.. Bronx.
X_\tfXDßES3.— Fine: family wd fi l! i*J?
home; open air dr>ir.:r: best refereacn.
Ad.ire-ji CLIPPER. X'". •____
MAID in 1 baas 0. stssa. ■.1
colored sir!: cool reference. Acdress v.
BRANCH. West t;»th-?t.. city.
" I ;^.. in ac^:- B: n £^» *%££
MAID an.l SEAMSTRESS.-!* tnwtworj^
youn? woman. Prctestant: end :y .a*
and -r.iveller; hishly recommended By »s.
employer. A. M.. 2\* East 33d-»t-
UAXAGING HOCSEKEEPO In a JJB<J;
; ; .^"Ad^^:^.Tg_e_^
<iren. J. WALSH. 273 West lOta-st.
;;r^d :^r^^ s srvas
101 st -»t. _
SOUTHERN COLORED M:SSIOS.-Og:
teen colored men snd r,""en °
city or country. 31S W«t latU-st J^^_
C 7 West 9Mh-»t. T'lejhona t»» -* 1 "*
,-it. Rev. EPPS. Proprietor. .
dally. Call or ad Iress MAID. 1^»
SM-'»t. .
INC. HOUSEK EEPER.-By ■€&£
•need. relinMe Scotrtwomaft . w«li fg
! lent iRiER-s. references. tstth-m. >° r^ rf ,
I or agencifj. 1 -
I WORKING HOCSEKEEPERj-K^^
I family where servant is _JS
1 work sewing or cookine: city or coua—
i Address AMERICAN. 70> Columbas-a^
W UTRESS! CHAMBERMAID. - **£&
ftunlly; Rood city reference*. HAI»
r.*i:« West a*<th-st. ____.
AD\-EBTISBMEXTS and yurscriptioas V
«£ Nrs isssiz sw^
5Ln5-a Kg* p^
153 6th-ave.. cor.^ 12th-st--_ 14- to 1
aye.. near West «6th-st.| : lOt. vu f3f 3 i i rV rMt
near 6th-ave.; »2 _East MtU-rt.. -»
4"d-st.. between Tth and Bth a"ijg j*.
West 125th-st.: IS) East V**.
a ye.. between "6th and nth >:*.. .
»vt. near «*■«_■«»—"'' '-^^ssw*-
SOth-.«t : 137 East 125th-*t-. '^jj^t*.:
ay? ■ li»a«-aT« near 4Ut-st. : »»_*«-.
210 Bleecker-st.: 333 Wee£ke.--»t.
v y — :i»> Courc-st. : 213 >mun-«- -R x.
£; ji— 704 Broad-st. And at all A- *
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