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American Amateur Golf Champion
Loses Olympic Final.
St. Lou!?. Eept. 24— H. Chandler Egan. amateur
gelt champion of ths United States. was beaten in
the final round for the Olympic Rolf champion
ship to-day by George S. Lyon. of the Lamberton
Golf Club. Toronto. Trie s.-ore was a up and 2
to play. in Lyon'a favor.
The victory of the Canadian was a complete
surprise. Egan's double title of Western and na
tional champion, the latter won little more than a
fortnight ago at Bi^tusrol against the leading
crack* of the country, had ifiven the Chicago man
a prestige gfßtea the earlier rounds of the present
tournam'-nt had considerably strengthened. L»yon,
on the other hand, had barely escaped defeat on
Friday at the hands of F. O. Newton, of Seattle.
miii when to-day's match was started E^an was a
pronounced favorite.
Lyon is a man of middle ace, who never played
rolf until 1896. Prior to that he was a famous
cricketer and curler, and Ms athletic training
served him In good Etead when he took up the
"royal and ancient" game, for In IS3B he won the
solf championship of Canada, an honor which ho
subsequently won in ISO and 1!»3. In the last
championship he was runner up to the winner.
J. P. Taylor, of Montreal.
"I deserved to lose. " paid E«an after the game.
"The golf played by Mr. I.yon was superior to
mine. Any time I fall to get away tee shots I
merit defeat. Honestly, I may say that I was not
In physical condition to play a hard game at any
time- this week. Last wet-k's team matches were
very trying on me, and thlrty-g<i holes a day for
snore than a week made me stale, to Bay nothing
of lonp play In the Western and the National and
the I'.riß railway journey."
In his match to-day with Egan he played a well
balanced game, that showed the result of careful
practice. Starting out, he drove the first green
and holed in 3. Egiin putting badly. The second
hole was loFt by Egan because he was short on his
approach, and missed an easy putt. The third was
halved in four, each failing to make the green on
hi* tee shot. A long putt of eight feet gave Lyon
the fourth hole, and his 15-foot putt won the fifth.
Egan lofted his ball with a maehie. negotiated a
Stymie and won the sixth hole. Lyon having hard
luck on his drive, end failing to reach the green on
his third. The seventh was halved in five. Egan
laying I.yon a perfect stymie. Lyon won the eighth
by getting a Song putt, while KBan, with a putt of
twelve feet, took th*- ninth hole. 2. to Lyon's 3.
The tenth and eleventh holes were halved In five.
Fjran took the twelfth. 4 to 5. by a brilliant sec
end and a long putt, and Ta<= only 2 down to Lyon.
The thirteenth was halved but Egan got the next
In bogie figures. The fifteenth went to Lyon on
superior putting, and the sixteenth was halved in
£. A brilliant i gave Efan the next hole, but on
the eighteenth he was short on his third, and had
to be content with a half. This left Lyon 1 up at
th" end of the first half of the match.
Erratic In his short game. Egar. waa lucky to get
a half at the nineteenth green. He sliced the shot
from the twentieth tee to the long grass and took
a series of futile attempts to get out. Lyon won
the hole. The next two holes were halved. The
twenty-third and twenty-fourth hole* wer» lost
by E-'an. because of penalized tee shots sliced Into
the rough near the fence, Lyo-i winning by safe
elf. Lyon after a fine- shot from the twenty-fifth
tee was penalized by a bad lie which caused him to
top his second shot." and Ej;an. who hud a fine pec
ond, won 4 to 5. At the twenty-fifth hele Egan
holed in S. while Lyon pitched past the hole and
failed on his put, Egan winning 3 to 4.
Rpan was th<-n two down and he holed some long
puts to get halves on the tw«-nty-elg;hrti and thir
tieth irreens. On the latter the Canadian ran down
a fifteen foot nut for a half, nne of the finest plays
he made In the match. Lyon was short on his ap
yroach at the thirty-first hole, nnd short on his
Approach put. and Epan took this hole from him
in a perfect bogle 4 to Lyon's 5.
Ecan holed a twenty-foot put for a half at the
thirty-second gr«sen. after It seemed that Lyon
would win it )r. a briillart 3. Sending his tee shot
Into the nor.d gr>inr to the thirty-third hole. Ecran
was unable to overcome the handicap of the first
S.rJv*n and Lyon won 0 to 6, and again was 2
UP. Putting out a tee shot of 190 yards going to
the nineteenth hole. Lyon watched his young rival
press and slice his drive to the rough. Hitting a
tree with his second, Egan batted away again ami
truck another tree. Lyon's third was a perfect
jrmshie. pitch »• the green, two feet from the flag.
Holing in 4. Lyon won the decisive hole and match,
t up and 2 to play.
Borne consolation, however, was afforded the bis:
Chicago contingent of visitors In the fact that two
of the big- Olympic flight cups, replicas of the mam
trophy, went to Garden City golfers. Walter K.
F.tan. of Exmoor and cousin of the runner-up in
the Olympian event, captured th« finals for the
Mrs* flight cup from Harry Howard, of St. Louis.
7 up, 6 to play. Warren K. Wood, of Homewood
and Western Interscholastic champion, won the
second flight cup from Fred Semple, of St. Loula,
8 up. 7 to pla>.
The cards of the championship match follow:
O B. Lvoo. Torontn:
<">ut it 5 4 3 4 I S 5 3— 37
In 6 & 6 6 4 6 3 6 s—4o—5 — 40—
31 C. Egan. Exmoor:
Out 4 6 4 4 5 4 5 « 2—40
Ir. 3 I 4 5 :: 6 5 6 ft— 43—
K<B<MI :
Out 4 A ♦ 4 6 4 .'. 6 4—4 —
1n544 6 3 5 4
Out i A 4 4 7 5 4 5 8— 43
1n544 4 3 C 6
An unusual run of ties marked the leading scores
at the Marine and Ml Oun links yesterday In the
jiiay for the cup? presented by Messrs. Woodhouse
and Klmball. Dr. Spaves won In Class A, with
92-14—78; F. B. Duryf-a. 96-14—82, and Dr. Fuller.
•6—13—82. tlelng for m-cond place. In Class B there
mas a tie between J. S. de gelding. 103—26-77, and
P. Burton. 1*2—25—77.
In addition to the R«-neral handicap at the Cres
cent Athletic Club links yesterday there was a
best ball foursome for prizes presented by Henry
Kryn. It »as ■ ea.«e of killing two birds with one
•tor;e. as a special handicap was made for the four
ball match, while IBS individual scores were al
lowed to count ur.der the ciub handicap in the regu
lar weekly tournament. Cornelius B. Van Brunt
won not only the general handicap, but he and
Thomas Hovonder rrtun;»-d the lowest score In the
four bail match, and will play off at thJriy-six holes
match play with Goodwin and B<>ard, who finished
eecond. The foursome cards were:
Van Brunt aj;d Hovender: Grots Hdcp Net
Out 5 I 3 ■ 4 4 S 4 5—
In 34344544 4—35 71 3 es
Goodwin arid Heard 78 8 70
TVlnvheeter and Bectel M In 71
liij-Ki.-i* and Burr M> 8 72
>. M. and \V. Is. Etbett 78 0 73
Caasels and K. L. Rhm 75 2 73
l*nrtom and (iritTlth 82 8 74
Cummins* and Battler 81 9 74
Picket! ana Onnster SI 6 78
A. P. Walker and Gillesby 88 7 70
Bewea and Taylor M 4 77
B*aJ and N. W. \Vl!ilam» .' S6 • 77
Asaana and E. J. WiUiaias 87 8 78
M'-Keev«-r and Horn 79 0 7«
W. T. Smith and C A. S;ke# 87 8 70
Pi!k!rgton and Stf-liblns : 8» 7 *2
Pool and V*.!; Bonkirk 95 12 ►a
Parsons and Snerllns C 5 7 hli
Tot. Kills golfers were ssjl In foi i?« yesterday In
the qualifying; round of their club championship. A
medal play handicap occupied the day's programme,
and the best eiglu gross scores qualified for the
championship cup. Summary: •
Grr«s. H'cap. Net.
J. K. Ward M) 0 80
C. W. Donnr'.ly 105 28 80
i. B. Faber 90 10 80
J. U. Woollon 9S m (jo
J. B. Patterson 87 0 81
I). X. I ullager 103 20 88
J. H. Junlr («0 5 $3
H. N. ■£•*« iftS 20 tC>
X Mltvk ....1M V> 85
t. 1! litrk 95 « M
A. E Butler -*■ H» 7 b«
T. Sear* 03 c >-7
C. B. Kelk«g 07 jo M
W. y - DsIHM 108 IS 90
Taul O'Concoi ss Withdrew.
M. W. Hcrton 03 V.lthdrew.
Alt noun ii O'Connor and Horton withdrew from
th»- handicap tht-lr gross scores enabled them to
guafifjr for the championship. The draw for the
first ratmd at match play is: Kirk and Patterson.
%V»rd and Janin. Horton and Faber. Sears and
"Lenox, Mass., Sept. 54.— Gre-nviHe Kane, of
Tuxedo, won the Foster Cup to-day, a trophy
offered annually by Glraud Fester, of New-
York, secretary of the Lenox Golf Club. The
contest was a S6-hole handicap at medal play.
N. Mallotif. of Hkwanok. made the'beet gross score
of the match contest and received a spe>otal trophy.
Only twelve scores were posted. The summary:
_ ... . Gro*a. H'cap. Net
Jrmville Kane, Tuxedo 1«7 7 16D
N. Uallouf. Ekwanok IS! 0 HI
£' 5' Br.,alheaa. Kaietn 167 • 4 J«J
« T. Dana, I --no* >«• 4 114
«. W. "man. Harvard 171 4 l«7
A. M. Coles. Agawam 174 4 17©
Hirnuel Frothtr.rham. Lenox Ylt 4 174
m. M Singer. L#-n0x.... I*4 4 ian
V S. Cole. WeetfUld.:. . „{ * \\\
It T. Fh«er. Baltuarol ill 1» 117
Th* ■iisjsjsJ fall tournament, open to members of
cJ«b» la the United States Golf Association and
•hob other players as may be invited, will be held
on October 12, 13, 14 an 4 li. The cup. offer* wl!l
be a Qualification cup, a stroke competition at
eißhtewi holes, a club cup and consolation cup.
eighteen holes, match play, second cup for runner
up and * handicap cup at eighteen holes. The
October 12. o-jallficatlin round and first and second
rounds match plan for ciub and consolation cups; Octo
ber 14. stmi- flnaJs and finals' October li, the handicap
cup must be finished by 6 P . m.
The Oakland golf team of Bayslde. I»ngr Island,
vlslt«xi the links of the Englewood Golf Club yes
terday and was beaten by the home team by a
scores of 47 to 0. Murray Olyphant, the New -Jersey
champion, headed the Engrlewoort pl<lp. while the
Oakland team was led by L. M. Richmond, The
summary :
Murray Olyphant. jr.... 7 1. M. Richmond 0
F. M. Wilson 3 Dr. W. F. Brown 0
W. E. F. Moore 10 J. R Peck 0
H. Brittin 3 C nrown 0
E. f»loi«iirn 2 W. Willis 0
C. H. Ulake, Jr •JR. M. IJttlejnhn 0
H. V. Keep 3 F. H. Rossi ter O
W. .1. McK-.lght .. «|R B. Wlgham 0
M. T. Murray 7 M. M. Graham 0
Total 47 i Total 0
In the sixth monthly handicap at the St. Andrew*
Golf Club yesterday A. M. Reid won the low score
prize, and the following eight qualified for match
play for the cup:
Gro*«. Handicap. Net.
O. H. Rogers 01 12 79
A. M Held , 81 0 81
J. S Higglne m IS M
R. G. Tilllnfchast VO 8 82
<\ W. Dayton. Jr »1 <> 85
C. Boaxdrran Prt 8 M
A. & Halliday J»5 7 h8
lE. W. Hyde 108 18 M
A select nine hole score handicap was started In
a successful way at the Dyker Meadow links yes
terday, and wlil be continued at the same course
to-day. The leading scores posted yesterday were:
Gross. Handicap. Net.
P. 8. Mallett 85 1 34
H. C. Duval 5-4 134 40 ] i
W. W. Owens 44 16 2U
J. E. Way 47 9 38
F. H. Wilkln 47 11 38 "
W. R. Thompson 46 10 M
A. D. Byrne 44 10 34
Geonre F. OFlyn 44 4 4 SS 1-*1 -*
H. T. Walden 41 IV 86
J. D IMthridge 49 US 35'%
In the play-off of the tie which occurred the pre
vious Saturday In the monthly handicap the win
ner was W. J. Geddes. The scores of the five who
tied were
Gross Handicap. Net.
W. .T. OlHllH 84 it 75
C T. Notman 03 l.i PO
G. S. OFlyn 90 9 81
J. D. Dlthrldre 103 22 83
W. R. Thompson No card.
P!ainfl>ld, N. J.. Sept. 24 (Special).— Arthur Mur
phy won the leg on the men's handicap cup at th«
Hillside Tennis and Golf Club to-day with a net
score of 76. The scores:
Gross. H'cap. Net.
Arthur Murphy 94 « 76
B. D. I»ucsbury 86 8 7S
W. U Glerr.ey 77 +8 711
Dr. F. C. Ard 8S 8 80
C. C. B;irke. Jr OS 11 84
These scores were posted for the Golf Committee
A. L Otter*<->n 92 1? 74
Arthur Murphy 84 8 7«)
S. D. Lounsbury 80 R 79
W. I^. tllenney 77 -f2 70
C. B M^rs»n 85 6 70
I>r. F. C Ard 88 8 80
Willard Wadfworth •$ 0 »•*
T. W. T. Maxwell 11l 21 to
For 111" tiaston Cup these scores wen returned:
A. T^ Otterton 92 0 92
J. M. Vhler 90 3 M
H'nrv I. Hall 9S 0 jis
T. aV. T. Maxwell 11l 1 110
Thirty-nine competed in the qualifying: round of the
championship tournament at the Eastern Parkway
Golf Club yesterday. The eight who became t-li*ible
for the championship cup will be paired at match
play as follows: H. K. Robblns and J. C. Taylor.
George Drury and A. I. Sherman. P. C. Jennings
and Mrs. T. H. Polhemus. H. P. Mathews and .1. I!
Robs. The others will b*«:
Peror.d cup— Russell Parker and H. M Heath, N. K.
Georjte and W. H. Zlejler. C. A. Huhbell and W. K. Ei
mlnster. R P. Dow and W H. Harding.
Third cup— D. F. MtTabe and J. E. Roberts. T H.
Polhemus and R. A Hlaok. W. H. Harding. Jr.. and H.
M. Haleteln. F. F. Storms ar.ii W A. Bornum.
Fourth cup— A. Meurer and R. Lounsbur)'. E R. Flske,
and Duntar Ross. E Merrlhew and r> A Patl
George I>ivett ard C. W. Lyons.
Playing In the third round of the club champion
ship on the Apawamls links yesterday, H. L.
Downey beat R. D. I^apham by 2 up. J. W. Mo-
Bride beat H. B. Clark by 3 up and 2 to play. F. A.
Moore beat E. B. Bramston by default, and W. R.
Thurston and K. A. Downey put oft their match
until to-day. The other contests were:
Women's cup (semi-final — Mrs. A. .1. Mnrßan beat
Mrs. H. B. Clark, by 8 up and 3 10 play: Miss M. .1.
Cann'ng beat Mies Kllzabeth Hurry, by 3 up and 2
to play.
President's cup (third round) — A. Fhjland beat F. A.
Moore, by 5 up and 4 to play: J. r>. Foot beat <\ V
6ha!icross. by 1 up; Hazen Morse beat E. B. Uramston. by
> up and 2 to play; W. R_ Thurston beat A. E. Walralt.
by 2 up and 1 to play.
Welter Williams Cup 'third round) W Matthews beat
G .>:. Dearborn, by 2 up; H. 1.. HMrhklrs beat E. A.
Nash, by 4 up and 8 to play; J. W. M'-FirM*. he«t
A Bairy. by 4 tip and 3 to play; A. E. Walradt beat
■W. W. King, by 5 up and 3 to play.
Kings County Wins Metropolitan
The Kings County Tennis Club team won tho
championship of the Metropolitan Interclub League
by defeating the Crescent Athletic Club team In
the matches played yesterday on the courts of
the New-York I^awn Tennis Club. Incidentally,
the champion of the year. Holcombe Ward. re;>
resenting the Crescents, was defeated by Robert
L>e Roy, of the New-Yorks.
This series was played us a r'-st;lt of a com
mittee meeting, which recently decided that cer
tain matches defaulted earlier In the season should
be played off. The New-York team consisted of
Robert Ijo Roy and Harry F. Allen, and Ward
and R. F. Carlton represented the Crescent Ath
letic Club.
In his match against Ward. L*- Roy got a good
lead, and surprised the champion by his swift
drives, passing Ward at the net ußain and again.
I>> Roy exhibited some nervousness at Drat, but he
never allowed It to Interfere with his drives. whl< h
Invariably went low and hard. He slumped gome
what In the :nlddle of the set, but won after deuce
had been called. 7—
Ward seemed to underrate his oppor> r.t. and he
began the second set wearing a confident smile,
but I^e. Roy seemed undaunted and started off with
a rush. It looked for a while, an if Ward would
lose two straight. With the score 3-6 against
him. end the game 30 — he won four straight ana
th« pet at 7—5. It looked like Ward's match then,
for he had not pl»ye.d the hard game that 1-e Roy
had. but the latter kept doggedly at it. Ward
seemed to be unable to do anything with the passes
along the side lines. The playing i.-c* i.me extremely
close, and Ward began to put on mor« steam. With
the pet 4—o against him. he took the next game
and brought the score to deuce, but I>o Roy threw
himself into the next two games for all tie was
worth and won them handily.
Allen defeated Carltoh In the other singles mater,
and the doubles match was left unfinished. The
Interclub Singles— Robert I^e Roy defeated Hol
combe 'Ward 7—5. 6--7, 7—5. Henry F. Allen de
feated R. H. Carltcn. 6-1. 6-3
Doubles — Ward and Carlton vs. I.«» Roy and Allen.
6—4. 6—7, 4 all (uifinlshed.)
The annual fall tournament of the Kings Co-jnty
Tennis <"lub was started yesterday on the club's
courts, Kingston-aye. and Beigen-st., Brooklyn.
The matches will be carried through the week, and
play will l# in men's singles and doubles. The
players will be divided into classes, the llrst flight
engaging in a round robin. There are six of the
most expert players of the club In this class in
cluding K. C. Anderson. F. W. Heltkamp. H. Mol
lonhauer, J. T. McMahon. S. A. Westfall and A. L.
Williston. Three round robin matches were played
yesterday, besides matches In the second and third
classes. Summary :
Round robin men's singles— T. MrMahon defeated F.
C. Anderson. 2— C, ft— 7. 6— J. ft— 4; 6. A. Westfall defeated
F. W. Heltiamp. C -3. ft— l. 10—*; H. Molienbauer de
feated A. 1.. WlUMon, «—2. —1. 0 1.
P»«SSi class men's singles- A. R. Pratt defeated H. A.
CHnkenbroonvr. I—4. 6-3, 6—2: H. farlton deffatel A.
M. Taylor, 6—2. 0-1; T. Antunldles defeated H. S. Bur-
Toughs, ft— 2. 8— H. Carlton defeated T. Antunldlea,
— 1. — 1.
Third" class men's singles- F. A. Hart defeated B. M.
Baltb. ft— 4. ft— 3.
Tuxedo, N. V.. Sept. 24 (Special).— Interclub
championship lawn tennis tourney, held under the
management of the Tuxedo Tennis and Racquet
Club, opened on the courts here, to-day. Owing to
the threatening weather, the matches were late In
starting. There were entries from several clubs, in
cluding Ardnley. Orange, westchester. Great Neck
and Apawainls. The preliminary round was started,
♦ n T^v C h^K A%0 'i ' * r - of Orange, easily de
feated fc.. Robb of Tuxedo, and K. H. douther
won from H. A. Sands. To-morrow the semi-flnaU
will be played. Score:
Men's singly (preliminary round)— r B. Souther.
?I2?«lLir*?l| Te ? ni L Sl vb ' »>*at H. A Sands. Ard.ley.
' r r*J- *-"*• 'JT o pßvV' l " 00 ' J r " Orans-e Lawn Terinla
alo l^ Z> bi>> Tai *<l!> Ter.aU a-ii K&c<;u.t Cub,
Sheridan Beats Own Record — New-
Yorkers First at Montreal.
Monti*;il, Sfpt. 24. -M. J. Sheridan, of the Greater
New-York Irish Athletic Association, broke his own
world's record for the throwing of the discus, 133
feet, made at the Olympic games at St. T.oulb. He
sent the missile here to-day a distance of 133 feet
fii-, Inches. Sheridan performed the feat at the
Mont roil Amateur Athletic Union championships.
All ttip contest! were won by New-York athletes.
Those of the New-York Athletic Club to finish first
wro P. J. Walsh, in the 100-yard and 220-yard
dashes; U K. J. Feuer'uach. in the 16-pound shot
put; H. U Hlllman, Jr.. in the 440-yard run; S. 8.
Jones, in th<- running liigh Jump, and H. V. Val
entine, in the half-mile. The Greater New-York
Irish Athletic Association members to get first
place b<-?;ile* Sheridan were Myer Prinstefn, in th»
running broad jump; J. J. Daly, In the one-mile
run, J. J. Flanagan, in putting the 50-pound weight
and throwing the 16-pounU hammer, and F. Castle
man, in the 120-yard hurdle. The summaries:
Putting 1<) -pound shot — Won by L. E. J. Feuert.ach.
N. Y. A. a. 41 ft. 1 In.: M J Sheridan. G. N. Y. I.
A. A . 3» f>. ll*i In.. secocd; H. A. Connelly. M. A. A.. 39
ft. .V» in., third.
Om aiile run- Won by J. J. Paly. G. K. Y. I. A. A.; H.
Cnhen. O. N. V I. A. A., second; P. Deer. M- A. A..
third. Tinif. 00:45:35.
Throwing 50-pound welajht — Won by J. .T. Flanagan. G.
N V. ] A. A.. 35 ft. 6>, In ; B. Detmarteau. M. A. A-.
3^ ft. 44 In., setond; J S Mitchell. N. Y. A. C. 30 ft.
4\ In., third.
Four -hutnireJ -and- forty yard run — Won by H. I<. Hill—
man. jr. N. Y. A. C.J O. Underwood. N. Y. A. C. second;
0. Jlolson. M. A. A . third. Tirr>.\ 0:31.
Two ?nl!o run \V,in by .1. J Paly. G. K. Y. I. A. A.:
}". Deer. M. a. a . second; H. Coh^n, ».;. N. Y. 1. A. A..
third. Time, o:K> : ni« s .
Kunninß hlßii lump— Won by S. B. .Tonos. N. Y. A. C.J
M. J Bheridan, Q N. Y. I. A. A.. *ecnnd; Waug-h. McGlll
University, third. Height. H ft. 9 in.
<>n< hundred Hnd twenty yard hurdle -Wen by F.
Castl. man. (3. N. V I A. A.- J. J. Jones. N. Y. A. C..
aerond: H. T,. Hlllman, N. Y. A. C. third. Time. 0:16H-
Ot»4 hundred-yard run -Won by P. J. Wnlsh. N. T. A.
C.i Myer Trinst^ln. «; M T. 1 A. A., second; F. Castle
man. I}. N. V. I A. A., third. Tlmo. 0:10.
Rur.nirß broad lump— Won by Myer Prlnstcln. O. N. Y.
1. A. A.. 2(i ft UM In.: H. P. McPonald. N. Y. A. C. 20
ft. s'» in., second; J. drbett. fitt.iwa. 20 ft. 1 •» In., third.
Half m!!f run Won by H. V. Vnlentine. N. Y. A. C. ;
H. P. McDonald N Y. A <\, sroond; G. fnderwood.
N. Y. A r.. third Time. 2:.ll
Throwing dtocu«— Won by M J. Blii-rldan. O. N. Y. I.
A. A; John Flnnrir-in. O. W. T. I- A. A.. MCM*: J. S.
Mitchell. N V A. <■„ third. Ptntancf. 1.13 ft. «'« In.
Two hundred and-twenty van! run— Woa '-y P. J.
WaNh V. V \ r H. U Hlllman. N. T. A. '".. second;
F. Caatleman, <: N V I. A A . thlr.l Time. 0:22 H.
Throwlnc Impound hammer- Won by J. J. Flanagan.
G N T. I v k.: J. 8 Mitchell. N. Y. A. <".. second;
Connelly. New York, third. Pittance. 163 ft \ In.
Buffalo. Ser' 24.— FLOVR steady. WHEAT—
limit;, unsettled: No 1 Northern, c I f. *123 V»; winter
unsettled: No 2 red. carloads. In store, $1 20. CORN
dull; No 2 yellow s»'jo: No 2 corn, 57V9C. OATS firm;
No 2 white, S4Ue; No 2 mixed. 32HC Canal freights
Chicago. Sept. 24. -The leading: futures ranged as fol
Wheat. No 2: Opening. Highest. Lowest. Cloelnr.
Sei.tomher. old.. |1 134 »1 ISJ» $1 13S Jl 15%
Beptembcr. new. IMS 1 12*» 1 10*1 1124
December 1 I.IH 114% 1 12H 114 !
liuv 114!» 1 lf.H 1124 1 l.'iS
Com, No 2:
September UMtii 52% 51 V 62* i
December <9%0M MV» 4i>^ffso MH»Sl'*
May 45T4&49 49', 48% 4»V
Oats. Nc 2:
September 21' ■■„ .10^ »% 80H
Pettmber T i.g3l 31H©31i* 804 31 V»
May S3 >» 6834 S3H 33 834
Mfw pork, per bl'l:
October 1140 1145 1140 1148
Uamry 1320 1323 13 174 19 25
Lard, per 100 tti:
October 7174 7224 7 174 7 224
January TSMi 7 a; 4 7 30 7 374
Short rib*, per 100 It.:
OetOkW 7GO 7«24 7 574 7 «24
Jnnuaiy tS »2'i tCTH «824 8b74
Cask quotations were aa fniJown: FIjOV.H was firm;
wint.r patents. *3 9t'vs.'. M), lights. $4 ODOfS 'to, sprint
Patents, {SiUCMi Unlsfcla. MiuVtAM: bakers, fci 4<m
«« 70. \\hkat No 2 spring, *i ih«|i if. No - |l nS*
SI 1".. No 2 red. #1 l<S4<ifl 1.", V CORN No 2. 624«
6J\< . No 2 yellow. 644u&4Nc OATS- So 2, 804 c; No 2
white. 32 ; 4fc32%e. No a whlU, . '-» :t2r niK *•< I
■"'. IJAHLEY 1;....: fewlliig. a»'4»:t7c: fair to choice
malting. 42061 c Kl,a\si:;:i, No 1, (1 00; No 1 North
»<-t.-rn. *1 i:.v». CLOVEK Contract trade. $12 2.V
PORK- Mesa, per Ml, *il .-a«ii *'. I-AKK. per UK rh,
|722,> . CUT MEATS- Short ribs. il.le*. loose. IT «24«
1 ,° : ahort clear tldM. boxed, *■"* • V " JJ ** .-.■■ whiskkv.
£ SMji^,*"" 1"'1 "' » * On the it,-].,. . E»rt,an«« to
?? V: rr?lT' H • t ? ad >- cre«raer>-. 14ei»',c. dairies, 13«
17c. EG<5B steady, at mark, cases Included. 14OX7\c;
firsts. l£c; prime firsts, 2Oe; extras. 22>-. CHEESB
steady, .-'.ijfu l ,. .
Duluth. Kept. 24. WHKAT -Nn 1 Northern. $110; No
2 Northern, »1 134; e«ptenib»r. Si ii. December. Si 13S
May, *1 !■>■>.
Milwaukee. y*pt 24.— WHEAT— Mo 1 Northern. 11 MB
Si -1; No i Northern. Si l."t»Sl 19: i'ay. «1 l.'. L ««Sl iv»
a»k-.i RYK-No 1. 78* c BABUCT- No 1 67r .ample
84Si^. CORN— No I, :,^:^ir, May. 4I>SO4JVc k»k»j. ■
Mlnnea^<M«. Sept. 34 WHEAT Itsnumtiat jn;-,-
December, $1 15%; May. «1 l«Hj No 1 hard, Si -""S. No i
Northern. »1 l»%; No 2 Northern. SI I.A Ki>)fß -
ilr ■! patents. *•■ -> M r>>; C ond patents, I'ltJ^ti 10; first
clears. (4 ""V**- 75; «e,onu < lears. fJlinViiia .'0 BItAX, m
bul!i. $15ij|ia i.'.. ■ '
r.'UladelphU. Sept. 24 WHEAT firm. 4c hitler con
tract grade. Bepterabur, *1 >'V i\ us , corn -ulel but
firm; wejitem!.. -, --v;.-> , OATH quiet but steady: No 2
white, natur-il. 304e."»»V-; No i white, clipped. B<i4'tf37c
131 fTr:H un-manged, em* Western creamery, :.*•'» •
extra n»-«ri > j.nntji. 2i'c. K<;<JS «tead> ; fair demand:
neartn- Jlr»t». 210214 c nt mark. Western lints. 21W022C
at mark. CHEKS] firm; nuod d«mainf. New York full
creams, fancy, 'J49l'*tc; do chol<f, :»«zi«s». . do f»lr to
«ood, K'««s\r. Shipments -Wheat, l U. ■() bush corn
14.000 butli. .*!». 17.3 M i»u»h.
■ M »''•'" UpL 24 -WHEAT No 2 re.l canh elevator.
*lls%. 1 mber. Jib-.. May, »llh4; No ".' hmrd
(1 11041 13 CORN -. . 1 <ash. M December, 474«
«J%e; May. 47 ».-. OATS So 2 cash. 31c; December.
Sltse; May, *34 ; No 2 white. 3.1 '4 '« 3.; 4,-.
Toledo. Sept. 21. < U>VERBEED, <afh and October
fT -•». December, I 7 22H; March. $7 324. Al^ilKß, Sri/
tMßbar, 17 85. niIOTUY. DepUmbtr, J1374.
New- York. September 24, KVI4
r.EF7\ E3K— Ilecelpts. none; !<•• ling unchanged. Dreeaed
be*-' rather slew at fi4«i»c j,- r 1b tor ordJnarj' tn prime
native glOes; some tales of chul<« beef at »•«.•; Texas beef
st DsOCe. Mo later cables from I>>ndon and Liverpool
Exports to -lay were U«i2 cattle, Co sheep and rSOO
quarters of 1 e< f .
CALVES Receipts wen- IS head making, with the
calves on hand. .".7s to be fold, mainly Westerns and
grassen V«aja wWa quiet and al«.ut steady; crasaera
and \V»s!eri!s showed no Improvement and 450 were
unsold at the dose Common to prime veals sold at
$41z$7 75 per l(*i ».. tips ut SB. a few gra.-ser» at $2 Su
cre ear <.T V«atcnM at *r. "<•. Cl'.y dressed veals slow
at 7JTIJr per tT>. with Rome choice handy weights at
IlViOISc; country dre»>ed urn-hanged.
i?«l^- K. H. Hollls: 1 veal. 140 It. at |8 per mo !b;
14 do, 137 n>. at $7 7.',. 4 do. K7 tt>. at $6 60.
Oeorge 4 I- H Dl lien back: 2 veals. 110 n>, at $«■
11 rra:;f<--B. 'r.7 rt.. at s*>
Harrington ,<- Co : 80 Western calve,, 170 rh, at $8 fin.
BHEEP AND LAMBS— Reoeipta w»r* ♦.-.!« head. In
cluding 124 cars for the market, naklng. with the stock
carried over. 14 <-ar» on Hale, mainly at Jersey City.
Sheep wer« In ll«ht supply and firm to a fraction higher;
lambs op«Md slow and closed a eliade easier on all hut
chol.-e urades. A tout one iar was exp«-i-ied to be. carried
over. Common to rather choice sheep sold ut }3£f4 pe r
HO rb; lamb-. 11l y<Titn. two d«s-ks of choice do at JO 374
fistl.'.O. l>i<«p<-d mutton steady at C©Be per Ib, dressed
lan:bs at *'<J ! !•'
Sales- Kerns Con mission Company: 240 Buffalo lambs
71 :t, average at $« per 100 ft; do, ■ It,, at $0
21 do «3 ft 'at $•'■ *0; 1 do, 100 Tt>. at $G 6rt; 138 Ohio
do. 71 Hi at*s 7r.; "71 Indiana do, «4 rh. at S3 60; 279
*O, 68 11' at $'> 80
.1. H. Wilkerson: 20l }!a!Talo lambs. 72 tt>, at $6;
253 i • Cl Ib. at |3 6SH.
Newton * Co I MJ Ohl ° lamb*. 72 rh, at $« 574.
UunllriKton i >'"■'■ -'17 liuffalo lambs. 73 It., at $5 75.
Totiln A. Bhannon: 137 Ohio lamh*. SO rb, at $6 50;
152 Ohio and Western ?h»-ep. 117 ITj. at $4 50.
Qsmge & I- ■"i" i - Dir.cnbjck: 22 State lambs. 68 Ib.
at 15
R Judd * Co. <Lite ve&terdayt: 43 Kentucky lambs,
69 !». at S<">. 171 Kentucky jiheep, SH IT., at f-i 76 .
HOGS— Receipts were 'J cars, or 1.758 head, ail con
tlgned direct. Feeling nominally steady.
Clnrlnratl. Sept. H. — HOOg steady; butchers', SB 25;
common. $3 7r,«55 .">O. CATTLE steady: fair to good ship,
pe.rs, *4»f*i "6: -ommon. J-tT»- M). SHEEP steady. $\ft
S3 .V» LAMBS. $3 25 1 "'-
Kansas Cltjr. K»i>t 24 — •'•ATTlJ:— Receipts, 2i.K) head.
Inrludinic 1"" head Southerns; market unchanged; choice
export and dreaaed beef st«er«. $.r»«$8;. r »«$8; fair to good. $3 75®
$5- Western steer*. S3 '''€ 50; stockers and feeders,
$V2.V<js4: Southern »t*ers. S2Wt«s3fis; Southern cows.
51 "><>'ij» . > native cows. SI :>»ii <■<".'•. native heifer*.
52 r-*,S4 7.'>- bulls. $1 75C53 50; calven. $2 «>&*.'. 50; re
ceipts for the weak. 7»>.«oo head. Receipt*. 1 sl>o
head- market steady: top price. fS'.tS; bulk of sales. $5 80
6snur.; heavy. »* 80995 SO; packers, $5 BOCSS 05; jilßs and
light;-. ?.% 7«4i55 !•.-.; receipt* for the week. 2«.l)0o head.
BHEEP- Receipt*. 3.000 head; market steady; native
lambs. $4«isS; nattra wethf-rx. |.l 25«53 75; native ewes.
tZ<Oi~ 50- Western lambs, $4(rss 10; Western yearlings.
»3 noft?3 «O; Western sheep. $3 25®53 05; stockers nnd
feeders |2 W)fl-s:i 50; receipts for the week. 34.004) head.
Union Stock Yards. l'itt*hurg. S«pt 24— CATTIJE— Sup
ply fair; market steady; choice, s:. .M>» ?:,'..'>; prime, $3 20
6*5 40; fair. $3 2&353 7.V HOGS— Receipts light; mar -
ket active: prime heavies. 25<t$n S.">; medium and heavy
Yorker*. Jti 4O*»s»i s<); light Yorkers. Sn2oeS6 30- pips
$5 75(8$0; roughs. $4©ss 50. BHEEP- Supply light; mar
ket steady: prime wethers, (4 254c54 40; common sheep,
$1 50<f$l!: spring lambs. [email protected]> : veal calves, 17<T37 60.
The market for spirits turpentine is ;;teady and without
Important change in quoted prices. Stocks In first hands
are light. Ilosln was quiet and somewhat easier, with
common to good ptralned quoted at $2 00. Tsj- was about
Heady a.nd unchanged at S-> 70 for oil bbls. We quote:
SPIRITS TURPENTINE— OH and machine bb!s, 68HO
TAR. $4 70
ROSIN — i.Vmmon to good strained. $2 90; E. IS- F
$8 05; O. S3 10; H. t' 20; I. $3 CO: K. S4SS4 03: M. $4'4o<a
$4 43; N. $4 CO; W O. $5, and W W. $8 15953 25.
R""!n 28.844 bbls
SplrlU turpentine 104 bbla
Tar 1.1882 bbls
Savannah. Sept. 24— TURPENTINE firm. BSc- receipts
If* bbla; sales.. 1-75; experts, «23. ROSIN finn; receipts
1.211 bbto; tales. 1.028; exports. 3.611. We quote- A B
and C. $2 55; D. $2 60; E. S2 05; F. $2 70; Q, $2 75 '■' H
12M; I. $S. K. S3 75; M. $4 15; .V. $4 40; W CJ $4 70 :
W W, $5.
Wilmington. Sept. 24 —SPIRITS TiRPENTINE, noth
ing dolnu; receipts. 3tl cask*. ROSIN firm, $2 46- re
ceipts, N. TAR firm. 51 rtrt; receipts, 48. CRUDE
TVRPENTINK firm, $2 25, $3 75 end $3 75; receipts 87
London. Sept. TC'ni'liNTlNi:— Spirits. 80s «Jd'
KOSIX— American BtraintO. 8s \d; fine, 11« »i
A —
The Royalton.
47 West 43d St.. New- York.
"Kindly send me ($1 enclosed) another
bottle Vir-Denta No. 2. This medicine is
certainly wonderful: In fact, the or.i>
thin* that helps my loosened teeth ana
shrinking gums." Sincerely.
Unlnnport. Westchester. If. T.
My itimi ulcerated, bleeding and sore, my
teeth ko loose from "Rlggs's Disease" that I
could extract them with my fingers. 1 was
advised to use Vir-Denta No. 2, with the
blessed result that my gums were soon
HEALED and my teeth again FIRM. Refer
to me. Mrs. Emma L. Brown.
13th St.. near Avenue C.
(1, at druggists, 116 Fulton St.. N. T., or
TORY. 1«9 Court St.. Newark. N. J.
»"DRI"GOISTS: See page 668. Crttten
ton Co. Catalogue. 1904 5.
Cured by the
X Rays
An you familiar with th* wonderful cures
brought about by the X Rays? Do you
wish to consult a specialist? Do not suffer
one moment with RHEUMATISM or kin
dred diseases. EPILEPSY. PARALYSIS.
CANCER and all skin diseases, etc.. In
any shape or form. Dr. GURTNER cures
without operation or medicine.
CONSULTATION FREB, and those who
wish can obtain accommodations at the In
stitute. Here also treatment can be had
in Manual and Mechanical Therapy, X and
Finsen Rays. Electric Light Baths. Ra
dium and Dletlc and Hygienic Treatment.
Dr. GURTNER. 1.338 Lexlngton-ave.. cor.
86th-st. Open evenings.
BEAT" TV. — BrientlHc. practical method;
wrinkles, tan, freckles, blackheads, moles,
warts positively removed; falling, dry, oily
hair, dandruff. Itchy scalp rectified; Indi
gestion, nervousness cured: phenomenal
success; trial treatment. 50c. ; expert operas
tors; consultation frae. JOHN t'. NUBEL.
D. 1.. ISS East aoth-st.
DR. H. YON DESSAUTO'S Pharmacy. »7»
Atlantic aye.. Brooklyn. 3 to 10 p. ni.
No extra charge for medical advice.
Roach Exterminator? I.V. and 26c. Effect
positive 2.701 3d aye. (144th-st >■
HYDROTHKRaPT. -Newly equipped Insti
tute for treatment of neurasthetlcs. E.
FRANCIS. 116 West 44th-st.
NATI'ROPATHr.— The natural system of
healing: hydropathy, sun-air baths, diet.
etc.; all dlseaaea treated. Circular free.
Kast Bt>th -st.
SELECT swiltartum: surgical and medical
cases; both sexes; comfortable board for
Invalids: terms moderate. 48 West 96th-it.
MAFSAGE will assist you to regain and re
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aged; treat all aliments, physicians' refer
ences. BLOCH. W; Henry-st.. Brooklyn.
PlLES— Bell's Pile Remedy. Immediate n
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rHomecpathy free. BBLL^S PHARMACY.
Veeey-et.. New -Tork.
ItHET'MATIFM. nervous diseases, obesity
reduced by electric light baths. 695 East
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Inn absence of family; first class horseman;
reliable, honest, sober; excellent personal
referen.-e*. HARKY, care Condon. 87 St.
Nicholas aye.
ADVERTISEMENTS and subscriptions for
The Tribune received at their Uptown
Office. No. 1,5«4 Broadway, between SSth
and 3.tn st»., until 0 o'clock p. m. Adver
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otllces at regular offl.-e rates until 8 o'clock
P- 1 "-! vlz - : 254 ««h-ave., c. c. cor. 2Sd-tt.:
1M <>th-av« , cor t2th-»t " 9'- Bast 14th-st.;
o*i «? lt 42J -« . between '7th and Sth »v«. ;
2t>3 West 125th--t. ; 1.33 ft 3d-ave.. between
a.th an.l 77th sts.; 1 02« Sd-ave.. near *l,t
jt.: 1.708 lst-av. near *!>th-.«t.: IST ITS!.;
12Stn st : 7r.fi Tremont-ave.; «W> 34 -ave.,
n ** r .*}"-•* • B5» Wave.. '210 BlMcktr-
St.; 823 BWckej--»t,
ACCOUNTANT. — Thoroughly conversant
with modern accounting »ystem». exam
inations and auditing books. Installing cost
accounts: salary moderate. HENRY
ELEK. 132 St. Mark's Place. Manhattan.
A FORMER select city employe desires
position in the secret service of a mercan
tile housa or corporation wher« a gentleman
of character and sterling habits is required;
wouid also accept some other suitable office;
highest references. A.l.ir«ss X . cira Pro
fessor Klein. 1.9D1 Lexington-ave.
ANY WORK or any wages, by man. «.
Address THOMAS PRICE. Box «2. Na
tional Home, Wisconsin.
BOOKKEEPER, clerlca!. auditor or gen
eral office work: six years' experience;
exv-ellent references. A. 8.. Box 1-. 'Mi
West 12Sth-st.
BO*.»KKEErER.--Double -ntry. young
man. 22. desires permanent p>elrion; BSeal
penman; six years' experience in a very
largo establishment; references unquestion
able. J. V.. 329 Clinton St.. Brooklyn.
BOY. 17. in <-ommerc!a! house; has two
years' experience In office. MORRIS
GERSTENPEI.I>. 119 Brooms
H> >Y. !•>. graduate, in Insurance t broker's
o««-e. A.ldrese A. FREDERICKS. 234
South 3d-st.. Brooklyn.
BOY. 16. tn wholesale house; also wli'ant
bookkeeper; good penman. H. ST-
387 Eaa* Mh-st.
BANK, commission merchant or wholesale
house— Young man ON. office »xperlence.
Al references. HAROLD PHILLIPS. 62
William st.. New York.
BARTENDER -Py yourjr man: r»at. so
ber and reliable, with experience; will
work In first class cafe »i->nly> for board to
thoroughly learn th« business. K. Trib
une l'pto»n Orflc*. 1.364 Broadway.
BOY. Irt. t^> !earn a faai trade. EDWARD
BOY. 1\ In oftlcw. E. R)SENBERO. at»
Urand-et.. Jer^ej- City. N J
perienced: handy with tool*, fornaoe;
generally usef v! . best reference* for char
acter and a: ■::•:■■. American, 37; single;
go<-»t appearance: private ml hotel experi
ence: wijn r."t le*» t?v»n |30. HA WARD,
VS Palmetto . Brooklyn.
CASHIER. — By younsj Iran; experienced:
Al references, bonds, B. O. WORTH.
1.378 Webst«r-a»e.
COLLEGE STVPENT: jest references;
work evenings and nights. Address A. A.
MEEKER. 143 East 13th-st.
OARPEXTKR. competent, reliable, wants
steady tltuation. no Icing
othe- work between time? cliy or country;
»1 71 a day. JANITOR. 319 Cookman-ivt..
Anbury Park. N. J.
CAPABLE MAN. 30. themngh accountant:
quick, accurate, reliable: familiar with
foreign accounts, exchanges ami custom
hou!w business: Al city references. Ad
dress C. A. <"» . 30 Halary-Bt-. Brooklyn.
DRAUGHTSMAN. —Graduate Polytechnic
Institute: special experience- steam, gas
engine* an.l general machinery: 3 years
draughtsman In Europe, about 2 la this
country. ENGINEER. Tribune O.T.ce.
DRIVER or AT MAN. — Thoroughly
understands sick and lama horses: ship
pin*; can speak <;erman: reference* or
bonds. H. SCHAKFHB. 403 West 4Ut-»t.
DRIVER— Young man. express driver or
slna-lo truck, understands well New-
York. Address JAMES A. HERBERT.
43! '» Waverly-ave.. Brooklyn. No agents
need write.
EUROPEAN DOCTOR wants position:
speaks French and two other lan
fuaii-a. wants to learn English; salary
no object; will go any place. MACHAON.
20 East 14th-st.
EXPERIENCED machine hand, of 2H
> ears' experience In electrtcsJ manufact
uring, wishes steady position. L. isRIM,
.:.'.l West ath-st.. Now -York.
ENGINEER. - Night or Jay; eight yean'
experience: stationary or marine; best
references; also "rst class machinist. W.
R. FULLMER. 9i> 3d- ave.
ENGINEER. — Sober jnd worthy; factory
experience, steamrttter. dynamos, refer
ence. D C. 135 East l£M-at.
BUEVATOB MAN. bellman or butler In a
private family; young colored man; best
reference JAMES FIZZ. 320 West 3.th
s:.. one flight up.
FIREMAN or WATCHMAN- rapable of
running low pressure plants. V\ ILIJAM
TITI'S. «4 H«nr> st.. Brooklyn.
riREMAN. — By colored man: understands
his htislneiM and willing to work. Call
41« West 30th -st.. car« I'aterson.
or watchman, by an ex Midler; has flr«t
clas« reference; also Slate and I'nlte.l
States honorable discharges. JAMES
KIRBY. mi Orove^ St.
KOUEMAN In s<>u\ enlr factory or famy
turner, by yming man who thoroughly un
derstands the business. Box 31. Stamford.
N. Y.
FRKNCH USfON3 by Parisian «entlB
man: university giaduate. teacher la the
City College. A T . 220 East 21st-st.
FACTORY WORK— Young man <2?> wishes
Position at any factory work. g(«-«l ref
erence. A. nREDEHOST.. 170 Wythe
aye.. Brooklyn.
FURNACES — Expenence'l yours man has
time for two more furnaces. Address
M. H. W , car* Handy. 3— "i West KM st.
OROCZRI •I.HI'K. to work In Broohlyr-.
tttu years' exparience. good reference.
willing tt> w.rk un.l board at home. Ad
dress P... I.IU 3.1 aye.
HORSESHOER.- First class horseahoer tn
the country. Apply PAUL.. Box «.
E.lge water. N. J.
JANITOR- By man and wife; sood refer
ences' arrti<<tr.meii to steam heat. Ad
dress JANITOR. T'Jl Broad-«t.. Newark.
N. J.
man and wilt; flrst class; sober, thor
oughly reliable; good renters; long experi
ence; »xrei<ttor.al references. A., care of
Lane. 491 Columbus
JANITOR. *c. Colored man and wife as
Janitor or .aretaker; *ood references.
HENRY 67 West 134 th ring Jacob's
JANITOR.— By man and wife; understand
mana<tna- of churches. elev»:or apart
ment houaT. or ofTK- butldinKs; under»tand3
boilers, pumps, motors W. LUA3SEN.
2.274 Droadway. ' ' .
JANITOR.— By man and wife; Germans;
experienced steam heat, hot water, re
pairs; references: one or more houses. Ad
dress P. F 803 Columbus-aye.
LINOTYPE OPERATOR, ad. man; news
paper or Job; union: steady; experienced.
Address J. M.. 123 West «3d-st.
Married M\N. m for any kind of
work. Box 4. Advertising OOce, 1.03»
Gaten-ave , Brooklyn
MACHINIST.— Factory; repair woru: e\-p»
run ■ In plr« an.l steiin nil Ing _ v» iu^-
IAM ZERWXOC 41« arove-ec. Bnxfclyn.
■■■ W VNTFD.
open to negotiate with some. pahl'.»«r :»
the Ne v-Eng!and sales agency <•>; 1 fx,{
standard publication or magaxtne in ma
blnat:on with books. P. O. Box SB.
Springfield. Mass.
MAN (23), men's fumlahlngs; refercaes.a
years; can dreaa windows: or wUnac «■■
learn good trade. H. WATTaOaBBsT
1.34U Bristovr st. Bronx
MAS3AGE. — By graduated Sweoe; BMsBBI
gymnast and masseur : win visit »»ati»
man's residence or treatment at office; doc
tar. hospital and private; refere&cei. Ad
dress Box 13. 132 East 23d-st.
detective; ha» the highest testimossssi
THOMAS P. JONES. «Tv East 14ath-st.
MAN. Swiss, middle aged, speaking Ger
man. French and English, in private fas*.
UT: is also able and willing to attend is»
valid or go travelling; best reference* m
East 37th-st.
PAINTEI;. decorator, paperhanxer. higJeV
recommended: own tools; work Jor '-M-
Icri. reat estate and builders; best «ssk
reasonaile price*. TRAVNIECK. 37 at>
PAINTER.— Day or Job; first class 6wa»
painter; all kinds of plain paiatirj
paperh.in.«lng: lowest prices; estates
given. JAFFE. ir\ East 113th-st.
PORTER wishes steady place; un.>nUSea
steam heating; lon« experience. 3
SCHMIDT. 89 Avenue A.
PRIVATE MESSENHER or place of traK,
by mldd!» aged, settled man: honesty aM
seer«cr guaranteed. PaTEKSON'. 2 Conrt
•t.. Brooklyn.
PRESSMAN. — Younj man. »-. steady •••
sition as ;■■& pressman or cylinder Nails.
FRED SCHRECK, 133 Lcsaa «.. Broea
REPAIRING. Ac: work done at jear ewa
home, at mechanic's wages, fine fanutuM
repairing: mattresses mad* over: £■!■•■)
laid, varnishing and polishing of fomttnie.
CHAS. STL'DE, 827 «th-ave. ielectr.daa'»
sires permanent position: capable, tnm>
worthy, icount*: will start on a mosa*
at* ealarr: experienced, M.. 837 47ttMU
Remington, seven years' expertesm
rapid and competent^ references: talirj
$;5. Address STENO. 39 Sth-ave.
Experienced : owns machine; desires pe>
manency downtown: all day or part: ati*
ary moderate; or copying home. AdSNSS
M.. I'" West 63d-st.
STOCK CLERK. — By young man, a-, tbrr
oughly experienced; can show Al reft-""
ences. Address A. F. 544 East 143d-«t
and writing English. German tad
French : capable In insurance business aa#
general office work. I. li.. 2-16 East «22-'
STO<rK CLERK in loan office: six jiear
experience: Al references; 23 years S%
Address F. N.. 60S Ea»t 143d-»t
ai'QAR PLANTER. *c— Wishes to go *>
Cuba or Porto Rico: Is a good sssw
planter, sugar anJ rum maker; twenty
years' experience; references: speaks KaS
itsh Spanish. German and Danish. HI.V
KICHSKN. !>3 Mtddleton-st.. BrooWyn.
SECRETARY. 35; es«i!»at alls Iff Sg>ir
and exceptionally well eaalspe* osssrwlssi
for position with exacting C*** l * l ?***'
wealth or extensive interests. SCBBBSS>
Box 22. Tribune Otßoe.
SPANISH young man t25«. s»esss Eajilsa.
willing to work 1-. any po»ltloa; reSer
ence*. SPANISH. Box 147. Trfcnae OBea.
WATCHMAN— A No. 1: middle as* rrf
erencr. JOHN KRAFT. 50S V."est ♦*»-*.
TOCICQ MAX. 9 years old. wants wo*
FRANK HILT. 53 Par* ?'.ace. New-
. MAN .iMires position at anytWss;
\\ M. KORDL'LA. 510 East sth-st.
YOUNG MAN. w'th perfect knowledgejl
Eniiish Oerman and French, wants ■»»•
atl< a m T. 6! -d -«:-. Hoboken.
TOI'NU MXX. '.'1 desires place out <i
km South or West; three years' «*•
pereln>.« In dress gootls and silk nas>
THORM\X. 200 West 11.1 t- St.
MAN. al anythti g. M. TIMONSf,
I*4 Hudson St. _
YOI'NO MAN', as head waiter In !»rst elr 1 *
boantln* IIOUK or h..tel. Call W. T. a.
33 I.exlntrtnii a\ .• . third floor. ,
TOlNli MAN, as turret head rei'rewßja
chine hand. WILLIAM GARDNER. »•
York st.. Brooklyn. J
YOINO MAN. colored, Btmng. fondM tt
horMe. !n Matte, city or country, a»ss|
horse*: honest, »l!'!nsr. r-llable: S«eS
worker. Address THOMPSON, car. Os 3-
Mission. State SB. -
Female. - *'-j
COMPANION*. —By capable. ttym isaesl
American woman; or as nurse ■■•^TJS
tary to an a«ed or invalid P» r ß iJ_^i
7... Tribune Uptown Cfflce, 1.384 Broa^-
COMPANION— Young gentlewoman. **Jft
ful dlspoelttea, wishes position v.KhUW.
expertesjeed with nervoue tn%-al!d». •(■
of -nursing, massing or •«»=•« K!lt,
secretary, will travel. I.IOS West »>- —
Wilmington. Dei m
COMPANION, or take cr.rs of » i , h .°^. c
a lady, by a bright. ch»erfulaad reS
ladv best of references. A > i vn7?» v.
UAVIS. "l* LefTerts Place. drookljrn^^.
HAIRDRESSLN-C. manicuring. "***f?l?
scalu treatment, facial m *" i V' , «#
homes ot out by ladi« ««"g,r?EU
homea or out by day. »:*» ac - iu
Olive- st.. Brooklyn- ;—; — . — ■
kini'Eß.;arten teacher » ■"*s£
private family. Answer m
ITOH KK^UJEaJt 105th-at. __—
ss «r rrsz szzs »
I Will mmsbrtdge. X. T. __ — •
has had little **9 tti * l T'-J?%;t** tti * ti *
! petent; good speller and food « B » M 1 *•
clan; willing to wort l?, r ' ll * >
341 A Koaclu»ko-gt.. Brooltlyßj --
■moaunn '^■.'aST l^'* 111
Thoroughly ""•i«-'i*g* > <.*£ boSksar
some experience In <*»*»• enl "
Ing. J. S.. Tribune lllnc *i____- —
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tlclar tn retard » »«jS^*-. « w ***
GBACK GORE. ».81» FoU.ta-»
lyn. — — - ~
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TWO GIRLS? In ??ijT'J3u**i S!tJ I
other as ch^™^ •»* igMS
reference;. KLAHEJ^'.'j ,_mrer.
wre.. near »*-st. ; tei. '*»_^ —^
•palp* ma«»afed. "*,,., i-^tlv; P'*i-c.
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