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.__ _-__ it H. Macy & Oo.'» Attfumm Are Their.!*"- Prlc««.
'Si V V-^V BVay at 6th Ay. C%? y#& to 35th St.
WORTH
REMEMBERING
•WHEN YOU WANT
PATENT MEDICINES
OR PROPRIETARY
TOILET ARTICLES:—
3Co matter bow low the prices ad
vertised by others, you can come
here and buy the goods for less
money. We cot prices as often
as necessary to sustain Macy*s
reputation for underselling all
others.
sa!e of 100.000 High Gracls
Clear Havana Cigars.
Fifth Floor.
I i jr>Tip manufacturers of standard brands of Clear
Tjj*| Havana Cigars arc represented in this sale,
(n 1 Smokers will readily recognize the brands —
fea^ija and the values.
BBS Our assurance that the goods are perfectly fresh
and faultless rounds out the importance of the sale — com
pletely.
"EL SYMPHONIE"
PerfecOnos, 100*6, elsewhere 511.50; our price. 97.96.
Especial**. SO's, elsewhere $6.00; our price. $3.96.
Media Perfectos, 25's, elsewhere $2.50; our price, $1 .98.
FLOR DE KLINE
Londres Grande, 100's, elsewhere $10.00; our price, $6.96*
Puritanos Finos, 50's, elsewhere $5.00; our price, $3.74.
Dandies, 25's, elsewhere $2.00; our price, $1 .49.
KLINE'S HAVANA PANATELAS
All- Havana filler and Havana wrappers ; made in New York.
Chas. Cogblan Panatelas, 50's ) elsewhere $2.00 ;
Cardinales. Panatelas, 50's f our price, $1.49
La Vuletta Panatelas, 50's ) l '
KLINE'S HAVANA CIGARROS,
100's, elsewhere $2.00; here $1 . 59
San Marco— Key "West Clear Havana
Colonials, 50's, elsewhere $6.50; our price. $4.96.
Cabinets, 50*s, elsewhere $5.50; our price, $3.96.
Panatelas Finos, 50's, elsewhere $5.00; our price $3.49.
Panatelas. 50's. elsewhere $5.00; our price $3.49.
Fancies, 50's, elsewhere $4.00; our price, $2.97.
Town Topics, 25"*, elsewhere $2.00; our price, $1 .49.
EL ESTIVO— High Grade Clear Havana
! ' Epicures, 255. elsewhere $2.75 ; our price, .98.
Puritanos Extra, 50's, elsewhere $5.00; our price, $3.49*
Manhattans, 25's, elsewhere $2.50; our price, $1.74.
EL PENDES— Clear Havana
Perfectos Grande. 25's, elsewhere $3.50; our price, $2.49.
Perfectos Extra Fine, 50's. elsewhere $6.00; our price $3.96.
Sublimes, 25* a, elsewhere $2.75; our price, $1.98.
Special Group of Men's
$18.00 Sack Suits at $14.75.
Second Floor, Rear.
c~ || IFTY of them — single and double-breasted, made
I (£* of pure worsteds, in stripe and plaid patterns.
|P Coats fashioned to the minute — cut long,
FlMafcys shapely, with centre or side vents, close fitting
|"rV*>) hand-felled collars and broad lapels; lined with
serge or alpaca.
Finer Suits in regular stock up to $28. 50.
Other Specials for Men.
Furnished Goods Dept. First Floor.
M«=r-lrw«»s3r rat 44c— Imported Crochet Four-in-Hands— firm
i>ieCXWe«ir «*t. *t-»v weavej 6ilky finish— handsome as the
pure silk Fcrar-in-Hands at five times the price; black, white and
eight popular shades.
€11 *fi Qhiric at QAc— Negligee Shirts made of madras— new
* ItW •si!ir» ai >-tv patterns; cuffs attached or detached;
all sizes and sleeve lengths; hand laundered.
$1.00 Nightshirts at Mc-«22«^£?K£
trimmed or plain ; generously fashioned.
Polo Shirts at $3.24~~ Shlrts madl * of fine <i uallt y flannel.
fold collars and French roll cuffs.
WORK WANTED.
Male.
DRIVER. -By v-iung man, 24; experienced;
best rsl«r«nc.». A. BCSH. 1452 Ave
nue A
ENGINEER, licensed, with contractors ;
wilfmgU. travel T. M. MOREWOOD.
Wesvfield aye.. Elisabeth. N. .T.
ELECTRICAL WORKER.— un
derstands all branches In dry battery
making: also chemical mixing lor manu
facturing; excellent references. liDWAKD
SiCHEU. 343 "West 40th St.
ELECTRICIAN, middle aged man. 6tng:<\
wishes position in hotel, business house
or private residence; long experience with
lights, bells, telephone*, etc. ELECTRI
CIAN. 601 East J6th st.
ENGINEER. ELECTRICIAN — Good me
oli&nic; understands elevators, tee and
refrigerating plants; aJso electric plant, di
rect or alternating current; take charge in
or out of town. A. MASTRAN. 350 East
nut «t.
FIREMAN. — By young German: licensed;
eight years' experience. Address P. 8.,
X 67 .St. Nlcnolas ay*.. 126 th Ft.
GENTLEMAN. thoroughly experienced,
•peaking foreign languages, going to Eu
rope, will execute commissions, attend to
any business: sell patents, stocks, bonds.
buy art objects. Address P. O. Box 317.
Madison Square. .;
INTKr-PRETEB. — as interpreter In
Russian. Polish. Bohemian. Slavonian,
Italian. German and English. CICIGOI.
KM St. Ann's aye.
MASPECR. — Face. «r«lp. massage, sham
pooing, singeing, marcel wave, manicur
ing, liair bleached, dyed, at residence; re
•uits c-arantu'd: first class work. Address
MR- SHERMAN. 174 West 10th st.
MIDDLE AGED MAN wishes any kind of
work, In hotel or private house; city or
country- JOHN WILLIAMS, 441 West S2d
at.. Janitor.
MAN. middle aged, Just arrived from West
Indies, 13 years' reference, married.
sober, honest, attentive, would be glad ot
employment; c.ty preferred. JOHN BOYCE,
444 West 3mh st.. care of C. Boy.-c.
PROFESSIONAL. — landscape gardener,
formerly of the Royal Gardens. Kew,
having made a study of American "garden
puuite" on the basis of the "Synoptical
Wjra." etc.. desires to place his copyright
j-lfcr.s on the ground. Any one of wealth
wishing to develop a country estate on
fertile farm lands, may advantageously ad
tlrna JAMES MACPHERSON, Box 730.
Trtnton. N. J.
PHOTOGRAPHER, operator, artist In
lighting and posing, wants engagement.
M. GRENWEIN. 63 Avenue A.
PiANO CASE MAKER.— First class; or
fix glue: city or country. ZOANOVEC
32» East 71st St.
PAINTER, decorator, paperfaanger. for real
estate owners and private: out by day
contract: reasonable: good work. BCHNAK
ENBERG, IT» West 83d sU «»-»».
PAINTER, paperfaanger. decorator • first
class work; <-Uy or country; hotels, real
•state, private bouse*: low estimates.
PAINTER. 13 West 42d St.
SHIPPING CLERK.— Export or domestic:
•even year** experience: sober and not
afraid of bard work. JOHN FRASSE. 60
East U*th si
SALESMAN wants posltlen. or will do any
kind of work; when answering please.
state what kicd of work. J. MCOY, 4?
Catherine et.
STENOGRAPHER and TY.'EWRITER
wishes employment ever.hip* and Sun
days; manuscripts, deed*. »-»!*. jperlflca
ttoae. »te.. oopW and returned promptly
reasonable. HENP.T GIBBS, Si Willow st
Broe-klyn.
STENOGRAPH F.R. typewriter and office as.
firtaxt CO): knowledge of bookkeeping
experienced; firm <-Issb 7+Zt-rr-iirrs- ralery
SIS. J. 11.. Room ISOC Jl Broadway.
iijcy ("oon«.
FINEST CAVIAR THE
RUSSIAN MARKET
AFFORDS.
Fifth Floor.
We have Just received fresh sup
plies of genuine Malossol Beluga
Caviar ; in bond direct to us from
Waescbau. Russia. It is a dis
tinctly finer quality than that
heretofore sold in America as
"the best"
In porcelain pots
Mb^ $5.78; %-lb., $2.98;
%-ln., $1.54.
(Packed neatly for carrying;
none delivered.)
WORK WANTED.
Male.
STENOGRAPHER. TYPEWRITER, with
knowledge of Spanish and English. Ad-
Cress MANUEL RUIZ. 202 South 4th st..
Philadelphia.
SALESMAN and WINDOW DRESSER —
By young man, 21, Jewish-American;
experienced in gentlemen's furnishings- ref
erence. S. SACKS. 2086 Pltkin ay&, Brook
lyn.
BALESMAN. — Young man In housefuraish
lr.s:. crockery ("tore, as salesman- expert
enct-d: good reference. J. FORSTADT Xi
Ea£t 11th st.
SALESMAN, fifteen years on the road.
will take a line of mechanics' tools to
Ran Kraneteco and West Coast. M. R C
Tribune Office.
WATCHMAN and lnFtructer In borseman-
Fhip. by young German; country or city
first class references. EI'HLER, 747
Flushing aye.. Brooklyn.
WATCHMAN, -Ingle. U7. warns work at
anjthing; city or country; references.
ENDERS. 313 East 12th Bt. ""-en.
WATCHMAN.— By micdle apred man: ro
ber: bonds if required. JOHN CATOX.
1333 2<3 aye. '
IOUNG MAN. Just past 30. as private sec
retary; excellent experience and reference
and otherwise well equipped; Interview de
sired. ACTIVE. Box 10. Tribune Office.
YOtNG MAN, in decorating studio; one
year's academy study. ADOLF SILBKR
MA.V. 21 West 114 th st.
YOUNG MAN. large experience with ordera
In wholesale house, desires to make &
change. Addreos H. J., Tribune Office.
YOUNO MAN, 18. living with parents; In
office of wholesale house: C 6 p<sr week.
JOSEPH HARMANN. COM East 82d et.
YOLNG MAN. 8 years' experience on B. &
*?. and P. & W. screw tnachines, wishes
position at FetJng >ip. Address A. D. S-.
46 Bleecker «.. Jersey City Heights.
YOUNO M.0.", 22. of education, able, en
ergetic, desires work mornings, half day;
goo<l references; no canvassing. BERNARD
STERN. 107 Hopkins st., Brooklyn.
YOUNG OMAN. 2t; Al references. W. T.
D-, Box 31. Tribune Office.
YOUNO MAN. as elevator runner or light
porter. Address TROTTER. 233 West
18lh st.
YOUNG MAN. 19. wishes to learn good
trade. BOHXKK, 1417 3d aye.
YOUNG MAN. 20, excellent correspondent.
seeks place in wholesale houre, with pros
pect of becoming salesman, or in office; ad
vancement considered before salary. W.,
1152 3d ay». !
YOUNG MAN. 20. as Junior salesman In
any line; can occupy position as experi-
Vt'fS c Lf» r salesman. ISIDORE P. ALTER
MAN. 786 6th aye.
VO ,t NO MAN % 18 » «<x><l education, would
M,.!" Place In large wholesale^ house;
chance for advancement^ can furnish best
Sf.X*TSf^L IIILUry •»« SAMUEL DAW
BON. M.58 Bergen at.. Brooklyn.
isss^r-r«
YOUNG MAN, 1». wishes to learn plumb-
YOUNO MAN. 22. sleadyposltlon: haTg^od
TOUNO MAN. 18, as office aMletam . large
wholesale house or real ettate onV<v ,*
perlenced; excellent reference* and ft *rjort
character^ MARNSTAIJT, 208 East Tilth st!
YOU NO MAN. 10. writing good fiandTde
slres place in office, or U wtlllnr to l»arr
Brood trade. JOSEPH BCHOALI&; 164 East
NEW-YORK "PATLY TPJBT'XT:. FTUPAY. MAY 11. I!>M
«<IRK UANTM)
TOUKO MAN, thoroughly experienced In
office work, stenography, typewriting. de~
alrea few hours' work evenings. 8.. box
S6, Tribune Office.
TOUNa MAN. 34. as shipping clerk or
foreman; six years' experience with
steamship lines; beat references. HER
MAN BEYDEL. Jr.. 1370 Broadway. Brook
lyn. ■■"'-'■'
TOUNO MAN. 83. handy with all tools.
with mechanical turn nf mind; $12 weekr
ly to start. AUG. WITT. 184 East Wth st.
YOUNQ MAN. 2r>: with reliable concern:
two yeare' experience In office and clerical
wortt;>est references. H. C. EVANS. 388
West 21st st.
YOUNG HAN. 20. apeak* English, to learn
trad* In factory- Address N. VABILI. »
Roosevelt St.
YOUNG MAN, 10, In wholesale house; best
references. Address R. SAMUELS. 31*2
Hooper St.. Brooklyn.
YOUNO MAN. 27. at anything. FORAN,
442 West Mth St.
YOUNG MAN. 22, at anything; can drive;
knows the streets of New York. Brooklyn
and Jersey; can furnish best of references.
OTTO KAPLOW. 478 10th avfc
YOUNG MAN. understanding automobiles,
horses, carriages, painting, pipentt'iig.
etc.. on gentleman's estate or at anything;
reference. O'KEEFE. 71 Columbia st.,
Brooklyn.
YOUNO MAN, 20. at anything. EUGENE
LECKER. 104 Christopher st.
YOUNG MAN, 18. good education. In
wholesale house; shipping and receiving
departments preferred. JOSEPH BRAD\.
16 Franklin st. .
YOUNG MAN. steady position of any kind:
can do plumbing work. MORAS, 344
Hicks St.. Brooklyn.
YOUNG MAX. 20, willing to work at any
thing. KATZENBERGER. 448 East
88th st.
YOUNG MAN, 21. at anything; handy with
tools; some business preferred. F. FET
TER. 203 East 104 th at.
YOUNG MAN. 28. married, at anything:
experienced In driving; best of refer
ences. CH. WOLFF. 717 East 140 th ft.
WORK WANTED.
Fesnale.
CLERK. — Refined, intelligent, nice appear
ing, light colored. Southern woman, as
otticv cleiK; or any trusty position; personal
references. S. W.. 331 Weet 27th St.. care
of Johnson.
BOOKKEEPER, having knowledge of
stenography and typewriting; aged 18; 1
year's experience; satisfaction guaranteed;
good mathematician. Miss NETTIE
BLOOM. 670 East 171 st St.. Bronx.
COMPANION.— Youruj woman of education
and refinement; aa travelling companion
to lady or ladies travelling abroad for the
summer; references exchanged. Address
Lt F.. 200 Tribune Office.
COMPANION GOVERNESS.— Highly rec
ommended North German, as companion
or goven^ss to young ladles. P. \V., 144
East 60th st.
CASHIER. — By young lady in meat mar
ket; three years' reference from last em
ployer. Address H4& Grand aye., Brooklyn.
GOVERNESS. — French; tuition In French.
English. German, advanced piano, sing
ing, drawing, etc. ; wholo responsibility :
city inferences; would travel. Address
TEACHER, Tribune Uptown Office. 1364
Broadway.
GOVERNESS. — North German nursery gov
erness, klndergaruier; In good family. Z..
144 Eaet 6Uth Bt.
GOVERNESS. French, refined, mlddia age.
cetiks poKition of trust; will take entlr*
charge of one or two children; thoroughly
competent; beat references. _ Address
MADKMOISELJJB. 841 West 34.1 St.
GOVEU-NESS.— qualified diplomee;
Paris French, German; bood musician;
excellent references. Mrs. DICKINSON'S
CO-OPERATIVE BUREAU. 331 Madison
aye., all week.
GOVERNESS, English, expert, prepares
boys and girls for school; Continental
French and German. Latin, music, English
branches; highly recommended; good sal
ary. M. E,, Tribune Uptown Office, 1364
Broadway.
GOVERNESS. — Young lady who knows the.
French, Italian. German and English
languages, witu first class references,
wishes position as governess, housekeeper,
companion or nuree; wages $30 up. Write
to E. BRONINI, 65a Flatbush aye.. Brook
lyn.
PRIVATE SECRETARY— By a reliable
and qualified young lady; to gentleman;
will stipulate to those who communicate.
MARY W. GRADY. Somers Centre, N. Y.
STENOGRAPHER. experienced, desires
permanent place; salary $16; best refer
ences. Mies I. CAMERON, 26 Lafayette
st.., Brooklyn.
STENOGRAPHER wishes work In evening;
copying, letters, piecework. «tc; prefera
bly where knowledge of law can be ob
tained. Miss L. D. A.. 54 Livingston EL.
Brooklyn.
STENOGRAPHER AND TYPEWRITER. —
Bright beginner; accurate, reliable; un
derstands Smith-Premier and Remington
typewriters; terms moderate. MISS J.. 211
Avenue C
TEACHER, trained, experienced, wishes to
travel as governess or companion for
eummor months; references given and re
quired. Address GEORGIA. 211 Egmont
St.. Brunmvlck. Ga.
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED.
Mai*
ATTENDANT, companion to an Invalid;
experienced, educated, gentlemanly: ac
customed to travel; New York references.
GRAHAM. 68 Lexington aye.
A COUPLE, with good experience in hotel
and restaurant, wish to manage a roaJ
house or country club. Address M. S. X.,
Tribune Uptown Office. 1364 Broadway.
BUTLER, WAITER. — Colored man as but
ler or roadhouse waiter; good reference.
J. V: MILLER. 300 West lllUi st.
BUTLER, and COOK. — Very competent
Swedish couple; long experience; wages
$S0 to $100; highest references. Write I*
W.. 150 East 23d st.
BUTLER. — Swedish; excellent references
from all previous employers; private fam
ily. JOHNSON. 143 East 21st st.
BUTLER or VALET.— Experienced Japan
ese wants situation May 15 in private
family; city or country; good reteienos*.
FIGI MATsiU, 661 Franklin St., Buffalo.
N. Y.
BUTLER (colored). In private family;
graduate of Pratt Institute; four years'
bent reference; salads and ices a specialty.
288 Bergen Et.. Brooklyn, Kennedy's bell.
BUTLHR. — Frencn: good valet; good city
references, personal and written. L. B-,
27 West S4th st.
BUTLER, or HOUSEWORKBR.— Japanese
as second butler or houseworker <except
cooking) in private family; has good refer
ences. Address OCHI. 17 Concord St..
Brooklyn.
CARETAKER**. — Young married couple in
private house. T. BAKRIiTT, cara Shan
non, 141 West 108 th st.
CHEF. — By man; 25 years' experienoe In
both American and European houses; pri
vate family or club preferred. Addre«s S.
R.. Tribune Uptown Office. 1364 Broadway.
CHEF. — Colored: in country hotel; Franco-
American cooking; soups, entrees, etc.;
take lull charge. Addres* WILLIAM J.
JONES. 518 West 151 st cU
COOK.— Chef and wife; colored; experi
enced in pastry and entrees; club, road
houso or private. SIMPSON, care of White,
330 Weet C»th st.
COOK. — By sober, steady man; good plain
cook; eleven years in present place;
wants to make a change. 11. STEFFEX
AUEIt. 40 Manhattan aye.. Jersey City.
CARETAKER. — By young man and his
mother; will take care of home, city or
puSurbaii, for party going away for sum
mer. A. 8.. Box 16, Tribune Office.
CARBTAKElt.— Experienced elderly couple
wish care of hou«o for summer; good ref
erences. RELIABLE, 2M Bth aye.
CARETAKER— Trustworthy young mar
ried oouple would care for house during
summer or longer; references. CARE
TAKER. 950 6th aye.
CAHETAKHR. &c— By man of excellent
character; as caretaker, watchman, su
perintendent private residence; city or
country; reference; security. T.. 1036 Dean
St.. Brooklyn.
COACHMAN.— Gentleman giving up horses
wishes to procure place for his coach
rriu.it, whom he has found very satisfactory.
D. k'.. Tribune Uptown Office. 13<M Broad
way.
COACHMAN.— Scotch; thoroughly experi
enced; wife laundress If required. G. 11..
117 West 46th st.
COACHMAN.— By young Bcotcbman: mar
ried: »o family; reference. R. C, 117
West 46U. St.
COACHMAN. — Life eiperlenca England and
here; can be highly recommended by latf
employe: ; 13 years' beet city and country
reference. HUGHES. 1440 3d aye.
COACHMAN. — Just dlnengagsd; good
handler; obliging, sober and honest; At
reference; rlty or country. BLKKE, 431
West S4th st.
COACHMAN.— Very best personal refer
ences-, three years' last place; married;
«<■• children: are S3- country preferred.
M'ENERY. 442 West Bflth »t.
COACHMAN.— Married. 38; Protestant: ex
perienced with fine horses, carriage*, har
new. beat reference from last employers
willing/: obliging art-Jnl th« house; country
preferred, it permanent. HARRY, Tribune
uptown Office. 1234 Broadway. . v <-' '.
domestic «rri " N - ' i) »' i!H '
flloations Wanted— Male and F«male—
Four lines (not exceeding 24 words), three
Insertion*. 15 tents; seven , I"**"™"* . 80
cents. Exceeding 24 words and less than '4o
words, three Insertions. 30 cents; seven in
sertions. 6O cents. • _ ~_ _ _''_'_ _-'
■:-•■■••. ' 21»T« .. ■
COACHMAN. — young: man, single. who
thoroughly understands his business: hon
est/sober and steady *nrtt cl***- I *'*^?"*
country preferred. Address H. I*. Tribune
Uptown Olilce.- I*6 i Broadway. '
COACHMAN.— 33; experienced city
driver rider: soon disengaged: long per
sonal reference: summer, permanent; any
where: waee» «40 and board. CORBY. Ca
iifno StabJcs, l£3 West S»th st.
COVCHMAN.— By mlddte ased man: thor
oughly understands care horsea. harness,
carriages; city or country; five years ref
erence from last employer, who can be
seen COACHMAN. Box 60, Tribune Ip
town Office. 1364 Broadway.
COACHMAN. CHAUFFEUR- -Married; on
gasolene cur. launch; ran make all re
nuirc- neve-nteen years' personal references:
dfsengalsed June 1. WEBER. 14« West
00th st.
OOACHMAN. ■ — By colored man: under
stands driving and care of horses; n<at,
orderly and sober; .ity or country; refer
ence BERKELEY, X>2 West Wd St.. VM.
C. A.
COACHMAN. — Gentleman would like to
procure a place for his coachman, whom
he highly recommends; obllgrine. conscien
tious, sober, competent every way. P. S.,
8 West 86th st.
COACHMAN. — Single: thoroughly under
stands care of fine horees, carriages, har
ness, lawn, etc.; careful driver; strictly
sober, honest, willing, obliging; good refer
ences. J. M.. Tribune Uptown Office, 1364
Broadway.
COACHMAN. — By young man: single; thor
oughly experienced; good driver; city or
country: best city reference. P. V., care of
Connolly, 1083 Ist aye., corner 59th tt.
COACHMAN. — English. 32; married, no
children: thorough horseman; permanent
country place; absolutely sober, honest. In
dustrious; highly recommended. FRANK,
Tribune Uptown Office, ia*t Broadway.
COACHMAN. — Careful driver; thoroughly
understands care of horses and carrlnges,
garden; German; tiingle: sober; good refei^
ences. HENRY, 45 Greenwich aye.
COACHMAN.— Married: Just disengaged:
In private family: written and personal
references. O. D., care of Stoub, 862 Park
aye.
CO ACiiMAN.— Thorough city experience;
careful around hor-jes, carriages ; first
class in all duties: sober, honest; family In
Europe: personal references. COACHMAN,
154 East 05th ft.
COACHMAN.— By thoroughly reliable, so
ber nun; best city references of seven
teen years' standing; last employer can be
seen. NORRIB. 444 West 58th St.
COACHMAN. &i: — COOK. -German couple,
man, coachman, gardener; wife, cook:
excellent references; $50. SIIKA. 8 East
42d st.
COACHMAN, married: no children; thor
ough horseman; neat appearance; goodi
careful driver; obliging; best r\ty refer
ence written and personal. Call 3 Elver
side Drive., "phone 2700 — Columbus.
COACHMAN— By an experienced coach
min; highest reference a« to oharai-ter and
ability. R. 1,., care Flandrau & Co., Broome
st.
COACHMAN— SingIe young man. all around
etableman, as coachman; city or country.
222 East 65th St.
COACHMAN, married: thorouchly com
petent; superior personal reoommi'nda
ticiiff; careful driver: temperate, oMlping,
ployer can be eeen. 2<15 East 33.'. St.
COACHMAN, Irish, age 2». neat appear
ance, wishes position in country; wa*e»,
$35; thoroughly experienced. Address
COACHMAN*. 650 3d ay».
COACHMAN, younjf. ■wishes steady posi
tion; highly recomrnenriel by family
going to Eurone. J. CADDEX. 146 West
62d st.
COACHMAN. — Seventeen years' reference;
highest recommendation; can be s*en at
private stable. J. H.. 116 East 41st et.
COACHMAN.— First class; care
men's stable; just disengaged; long ex
perience; highly recommended. JOHN,
Tribune Uptown Office. 1364 Broadway.
COACHMAN— Married, three* vtilldren. 12~.
8. 4; 13 years' reference at one place; un
derstands care of fine horses thoroughly;
can furnish cottage; all references can he
In\'e6tlgated. Address WILLIAM D.. oare
Carpenter's Bureau, 154 6th aye.
OOACHMAN— Married, no children; eipht
yeass' excellent reference*; unaer?tai'ds
care of fine horses; age 28; experienced with
road and trotting horses; willing and oblig
ing. M. J., at Carpenter's Bureau, 154
Gth aye.
OOACHMAN. — By reliable young colored
man, 27; understands thoroughly care of
horses, carriages, etc.; references. WHITE,
oare Bordley. 345 West 69th st.
COACHMAN.— Married. chiMless; country
preferred; thoroughly understands all
duties; splendid references; temperate; will
ing, reepectful; moderate expectations.
FiAHERTV. 022 3d aye.
COACHMAN. — Single, aged 25; in country
with private family; sober, honest, will-
Ing, obliging; go"d references; good wages
expected. Apply T. T.. 2SO West luth st.
COACHMAN and USEFUL MAN. — Sinpl«;
In the country; best reference; thoroughly
understands his buslne.*?; last employer can
b«s seen. Address C. 8., 1026 Sd aye.
COACHMAN.— With private family; city or
country; understands care saddle hurse.s.
polo ponies; take entire charge gentleman's
stable; large experience and hiehiy recom
mended. COACHMAN, ll'l West 51st st.
COACHMAN. — Colored man. single; weight.
150 pounds; city or country; experienced
with horses, harness, carriages; can drive
four-ln-hand and blow trumpet; color light
brown. Call or write PERCY B. BAILY.
687 East Ciith st.
COACHMAN.— SingIe; careful driver; good
rider: best care taken of lino horses, har
ness, etc.; private family. ANDREW. 1760
2d aye.. care of Loebleln.
COACHMAN— Marriftd; four-ln-hand and
tandem driver; take charge of stable; 13
years' personal reference, r. 11.. 338 East
6181 St.
COIX)Bta> MAX. aa douinan, apartment
house elevator runner, private messenger,
porter or anythiiiK; rckkl reference. <":i!l <>r
address HOPKINS, 41 West 88th st.
DOORiLNN, sVc.— By colored man; as door
man, aparunent house elevator runner;
private porter or anything; good, references.
Cu:l or address HOPKINS, 41 West Wth st.
FARMER.— Foreman: American: pan work
and manage; married, three children, fi to
10 years; practical farmer In every branch.
stock, etc.: aiso plain gardener; wife attend
poultry, board men. etc.; lons references.
D.. Carpenter's Bureau, 151 «th aye.
FARMER — — Man and wife, colored,
wish situation:, country or city; wife a
first class cook; man thoroughly understands
care of horses and rows, or hutk-r work;
willing and obliging; can furnish good ref
erence. Address D. J. ADAMS, Millntck.
Long Island.
GARDENER. — Married; pormanent position
on gentleman'K place In country; t!. >r
oughly understands vegetable, seed growing
and care of horses. Address (JA'Ji:. f.yo Co
lumbus aye.
GARDENER. — Swiss-French; thorough
workman, fur private fnmilv. E. THOMAS,
107 7th aye
GARDENER. — Single; middle aged; ttn-t
class; understands greenhouaa work and
the care of fine gardens, lawn?, etc.; high
est references. Address PETER A., care
of Carpenter's Bureau. 154 6th aye.
GARDENER— SingIe: first class: vegeta
bles and flowers: also Rood milker. Ad
drtss E. M.. care T. J. Goodwin, Hastlngs
on-Hudson. N. Y.
GARDENER.— By German; Intelligent and
reliable; understands garden work, care
of horses, on gentleman's country place;
with German family preferred. D. £.. Jbul
Clinton aye.. Tha Bronx.
GARDENER. COACHMAN. — Single; ex
perienced all branch^*; competent take
full charge either single handed or as head
gardener; highest references. GARDENER
Box 75, Tribune, Uptown Office, 1304 B'way!
JANITOR. — By German, as. speaks Eng
lish; married; large apartment house or
soventl hounds; understands small repairs
on hollers; throe years' experience; beat "f
references. LAUTNER. Janitor. 019 Eaglo
avc . The Bronx.
JANITOR. — Understands steam hent and
hot water; references. GEORGE IN
GALLS, Janitor, U32 Presliciit kt.. Brook
lyn.
STEWARD- Twenty years' experience: In
club or hotel; no objections to living
city. E. A. BIEBBRMAN. 4 Kant 182 dst
BTEWAKD, or as cook an.i st«-wiir !. wants
position; sail or steam yacht; very l» -t
refarences. A'ldrc»s E. J.. 01l» HuntenUm
nt.. Newark, N J.
BBOOND MAN.— leaving city recom
mends personal her second man for sim
ilar position or as butler; wages $4!) call
or address IS eat Cist ft.
SERVANT.— Young: German: employed two
years In hous« of nno family; two years
In America: speaks some English- ni'ltal.l«
position; city " country - ZITNI, 221 -■"■''
«t.. Brooklyn. "
STEWARD or assistant butler. 20- KO
carver ami mixing; of drinks; excellent r*f
erences us to ability, honesty and character
yEAM YACHT. 855 Amsterdam aye. ' '
USEFUL MAN. middle aged, desires care
of small coun;ry place: stable, garden
house: handy with tools; Al reference \v
T-. 7 Exchange Place. Jersey City. N. "J. '
U£ rs?vrU, MA , N - <r) MAX and OAB
DKNLR. -By Ir.duetrtous young licrmnn
Address KII.I.T.NT.KHOKH care M>!m"r"«
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED.
Mai- "
USEFUL or SECOND MAN. — Young
Swede, Just landed; preferably with pri
vate family, where be can learn English:
has excellent habits, good manners and Is
well recommended. Address NELSON, car*
Seebohm, 21* East 57th St.
VALET, &c. — highly intelligent, per
fectly reliable^ young colored """•"it**?* 1 ,:
ling valet preferred. R. K. PETERS, ft
West at.. Cambridge. Mass.
VALET —First class; experienced traveller,
linguist; highest references.^ Address
MICHEL, Tribune Uptown ■ Olße*. 1864
Broadway.
VALET. ATTENDANT, to an invalid: e«-
Derleiu-ed, educated, gentlemanly; accus
tomed to travol: New York referencea.
GRAHAM. «» I*e»lngton aye.
restate.
ATTENDANT or nurse, housekeeper to in
valid, by English woman; good refer
ences; country or seashore. Address Miss
H 68 Decatur st.. Brooklyn.
COURIER MAID. — Competent: French
woman; understands facial massage. Mar
cel wave, manicure: could take charge of
child of family going to Europe; excellent
relerenca from leading New York families.
J. li.. Miss Fitzgerald' s Rureau. 6U» Sth
aye., corner 4-d st.
COURIER— MAID, experienced Continental
traveller, good linguist, packer and good
sailor, seeks po itlon to accompany family
or party going abroad; will take entire
charge of trip If desired; city references.
Address COURIER. S4l West 30th st.
CARETAKER. — Reliable woman to take
charge of private house during summer;
one child; referents; no postals. LBN A
IUTTKH. 218 West 67th st.
.CAKETAKERS. — Respectable couplo in
private residence; best reference. J. C,
MACKEY, 245 East 45th St.
COOK. — Swedish woman; first class; by
day; dinners, luncheons, parties. ANDER
SON', m East 26th st.
COOK. — Young woman as first class family
cook; best reference; 4 years' city refer
ence. fi'U 3d aye.
COOK. MAID or GENERAL. HOUSEWORK.
— Young, strong and neat; good refer
ences; private family or »n<all hotel. Call
Mrs. WAGNER'S EMP. BUREAU, 428 4th
aye.. between £>tb and 30th sta.. or Tel.
2436— Madison. :~ .:s-
COOK. — Competent; in private family: un
derstands all kinds of cooking; country
preferred. 444 West 38th ct.
COOK. CHAMBERMAID and WAITRESS.
— Two neat, obliging glris; disengaged;
lady going to Europe: personal city refer
ences. B. 8.. Mrs. Collier's Agency. 122
West 23d st.
COOK.— First class; German. Frtnch and
American cooking; no objection to coun
try; prUatc, pubiic: has friend nurse. Tel.
JO2S— Haza. MORROWS BUREAU. 721
Lexington avo.
COOK, first riass; young Scotch woman;
haa friend chamhermaid and waitress: no
objections to rountry; private or public
MORROW'S BUREAU, 721 L<extngton aye.,
Tpl. 1928— Plaza.
COOK. — First class; understands her bust
ness thoroughly from soups to desserts;
an excellent housekeeper; city or country;
not less than $50 a month; has very best
references from leading families. Call
SWEDISH EXCHANGE. 453 Lexington
aye.. or Tel. 4Ss— 3Bth st.
COOK. — Can take entire charge; very care
ful and economical; city or country: very
host of ref-rences. Call E. LELAXDER'S
EMP. OFFICE. 386 4th aye.. or T«l. 2C7«—
MadiFon Square.
i'HAMBERMAI j. — Neat, capable. obll«1ns
young woman: personal city references:
lady closing house; c-lty or country. MKS.
COLLJEFi S AGENCY, 122 West 23d St.
CHAMBERMAID; WAITRESS.— Two re
spectable colored girls; one aa chamber
mal'l other as waitress; good references.
Ring Watt's bell, 215 West 62d »t.
CHAMBERMAID. I*AUNDRKSS.-- Colored
girl, lately landed. Miss CTiAR, 41 Victor
Place. Elinhurst, ljcmg Island: no caru*.
CHAMBERMAID and WAITRESS.—Ger
man: Protestant; neat, obliging, refined;
excellent personal references; city or coun
try. J. F., Mrs. Collier's Agency, 122 West
23d st.
CHAMBERMAID. — A I*dy desires a posi
tion for chambermaid, whom she can
highly recommend: will be disengaged June
1 Call between 2 and 3 p. m., 143 East
36th et.
CHAMBERMAID and WAITRESS.—Swed
ish; also parlormaid; city or country.
References can be seen at B. LELANIi-
ER'S, 3SW 4th aye.
CARETAKER Jn private house, by Swedish
widow and sun. 22; first class references.
Mrs. WENSTROM. 423 East 64th St.
DAY'S WORK of any kind, by a colored
woman. ROSE. 346 West 37th »t.
DAY'S WORK. — By youn? woman; waah
ing and ironing at home or out by the
day: also cleaning. DENNIS, 134 West
ir.4th st.
DAY'S WORK. — Colored "woman, for few
hour*-' work daily in office, or with lady;
no washing. WARNER, 3K* West 63d st.
(iJKU (ierman, neat; understands halr
dressinst. manicuring; good sewer: refer
ences. 803 Amsterdam aye.. janitor.
GENERAL HOUSEWORK. —By strong,
willing girl; $lS~sa>; reference. 72& Tre
mont aye.
GEXKIIAL. HOUSEWORK. —By colored
girl; small family; Mat; sleep home.
ANN, 114 West 134 th St.
HANDY GIRL, or to mind baby for private
family, by young colored girl, aged IS.
25.S Jefferson aye., Brooklyn.
HOUSEWORK, apartment; small family:
no washing; sleep In. M. M.. 203 West
63<1 St.. care of Br>an.
HOUSEKEEPER— Position wanted by a
refined middle aged person; thoroughly
cornr-tent and trustworthy; used to large
house; city of country; best references.
HOUSEKEEPER. 341 West 30th st
HOUSEWORK.— No washing or chamber
maid and waitress; neat colored girl; good
references ; city o r country. \V. M.. Mrs
Collier's Agency, 122 West 23d st.
HOUSEKEEPER.— Jewish woman
with 12-year-old boy wishes good position
as housekeeper; will be ctlrengaKed May 14
best references. Mrs. ROSEN, tare 11. Rod-1
man, li! East S7th st.
HOUSEWORK— By two North of Ireland
Protestants; competent cook, good baker
excellent laundress; other chambermaid
and waitress or nurse; no objections to
country; private, public. MORROW'S BU
REAU. "^1 Lexington aye.
HOUSEWORK.— By neat young Hungarian
girl; si>eaks English; good cook; excellent
laundries; has brother useful: city or coun
try. Tel 3928— Plaza. MORROW'S BU
REAU. «21 I>exineton aye.
HOUSEKEEPER.- Middle aged lady as
housekeeper for refined widower, bachelor
apartment; position of trust; companion for
elderly couple; with one or two ser\anta
CUMMINGB. 9 I^ncaster Bt.. Albany N V
.TANlTßCSS.— Respectable youn* married
woman as Janttress or caret;iker Mrs
JANITRESB.- By respectable colored wom
an an.i husband; no children: good refer
ence. WALKER, 2 Gansevocrt s^
JANITBESB. American, would like care of
one or two hot watur houses. Address
F. X.. Tribune Uptown Office. 1364 B'way
KITCHENMAID.— Strong Finnish girl
willing to help with other work. JUS-I
SII.I^X. BUREAU, 680 Lexington aye.
LADY" B MAID or work In bachelor apart
ment: wllltrK and obliging glrL Addlv
Mtau TATBB, 310 Wtst B»th st. App *
LADY wishes situation In country for her
chambermaid or chambermaid and wait
ress. In small family; will be, disengaged
June 1. Apply 49 East 20th St.
LADY wij-iies situation nhort distance In
tho country for her waitress, who will be
disengaged June 1, Apply 40 East 20th st.
LAUNDRESS.— Private. family only; under
stands shirts and collars; very best refer
ences; «25 to **». "Tall K. LELANPKK'S
BMP. OFFICE. 306 4th aye.. or Tel. 2376—
Madison Square.
LAUNDRESS, experienced, wants work at
home; 60 cents dozen; waists and lace,
curtains a specialty; write or call. Mrs C
200 Waverley Place. Apartment 42.
MAID. — By thoroughly competent French
maid, with family going abroad; nrst
class city references. MttS. DICKINSON'S
CO-OPERATIVE BUREAU. 331 Madlsoa
MAlD.— Lady wishes to recommend her
Gernnsn maid to family gulng abroad;
first ■lass city references. MHH DICKIV
SON'S CO-OPERATIVB" BUREAU 331
Madison aye. Tel. 3734 — 38th st.
MAID AND ATTENDANT— Capable En
glishwoman: good aeamatress. hairdresser,
packer; willing to travel; or would tf.ke
charge of elderly lady. K. F.. MISa FITZ
OKRAUJ'S BUIIEAU. SOB 6th aye.. corner
4LM «t.
MANAGINQ HOU6EKEEPEB.— By capa
ble younK woman: would superintend
widower's or bachelor apartment house
take charge of chllilren; city or rountry
excellent refirence*. C. P., MUs FttzGef
ald's Bureau. CO3 sth aye . comer 42d st
NURSE. 38. desires care of Invalid; gen
tl«man preferred; willing to leave city
beet i efereno'B. ' "nit after 7 evenings.'
MELIA. 288 West 11th St.
NtTRSE —Young German girl wants posi
tion with ."ainlljr going to Europ*; w||l
take care of on* »r two children: und.tr-.
«!'tr.<li care nf Infants; best referenocsi. A.
X . MIES FITZGEKAUTS UUBKAU. BUS
sth ays. eorn»r '2d St.
NURSE. Protestant, for infant or growing
children; neat and refined; excellent ref
erent: city or country. 3. C . MBS. COL
HERS AGENCY. 123 Wet/ 234 at.
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NURSE.— Situation as nurse for an ad
vanced baby by a refined colored girl; or
to do upstairs work. 466 Clermont aye..
Brooklyn, Holder's bell.
NT T RSE. — In a church home; city or coun
try; experience; reference. NURSE. 31*1
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fant, travelling preferred; $30 up; write,
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NURSE. — While parents ar« absent, so
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TEACHER. Box 4. Tribune Offioe.
NT'RSE. — Capable. .imertcan. hospital
trained, experienced In nervous and men
tal diseases, would rake entire charge of
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C. MISS FITZGKR-\LD'S BUREAU. 503
Sth aye.. corner 42d st.
NURSE. — Experienced, capable woman; un
derstands thoroughly the care of an In
fant, foods, etc. ; seven years" reference from
last employer: country preferred. J. D..
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act as maid and companion for summer;
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waitress: can b« s«en at present em
ployer's. C. W. H.. 327 Central Park Weat.
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Connecticut; excellent reference from last
employer. M. P.. MISS FITZGERALD'S
BUREAU. 603 ftth aye.. corner 42d st.
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fon.t of children; m> washing. Address by
letter only. HOUSEKEEPER. 677 Lexing
ton aye.
WAITRESS wants a first class poMtloa.
Call express office. 447 4th aye.
WAITRESS, first claas; young; *26; best
references. SHEA. 8 East 4M stT
WAITRESS.— Can take butler's place- can
carve: has best city references JlTi.
SILA BUREAU. 680 Lexington aye
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•10.55 a. m. 12.25. •12.55. »1.55. •3.25.
. 8.55. •4.2S f»v4os for North Philadelphia
only). *4.53. *5.65. •8.25. 7.55. 8.25. 8-55.
0.25 (9.55 for North Philadelphia only)
p. m.. 12.10 night.
•Dining car.
Ticket offices, Nos. 461. 1354 and 17«> Broad
way: 182 Ftf>n Avenue (below 23d St.):
263 Firth Av»nu« (corner 2»th St). and
stations named above; Brooklyn. 4 Court
street. 47» Nostrand Avenue. 800 Broad
way, and Pennsylvania, Annex Station.
The New York Transfer Company will
call for and check baggage from hotels
and residences through to destination.
Telephone "543 Chelsea" for Pennsylvania,
Railroad Cab Service. _,—.»
W- W. ATTERBCRY. J. R- OOD
General Manager. Pass'r Traffic Manager.
GEO. W. BOYD.
General Passenger Agent.
CCS&N BTgASTEgS.
Kirn GERB9AG9 v.m.
Fast Express Service.
PLYMOUTH— CHERBOURG— BREMEN.
Kaiser ~ May 15, 10 A. M.
X Wm.II -May 22. 8 A.M.
Kronprtna 1 . June 5. 5 A.M.
Kaiser June IX W A .M.
K. Wm. II- .....Jun» 19. 5 A.M.
i Kronp^ns ".::..... July 8. 12:30 P. M.
Kaiser ~ July 10. 10 A. M.
K. Wm II July 17. Noon
Twin-Screw Passenger Service. ;
BREMEN DIHECT. m . „
Cassel May 12.WA.M.
Rheln May 17. 10 A.M.
tP- Alice May 24. 1O A. M.
tFrtedrtch _ May 29. 10 A. M.
Trave - May 31. 10 A.M.
tKurfuerst .Jun» 7. 10 A.M.
♦Barbaroasa June. 14. 10 A. M.
fßreraen June 21. 10 A. M.
tCalllng at Plymouth and Cherbourg.
Mediterranean Service.
GIBRALTAR— NAPLES— GENOA.
T. Irene.. - May 12. 11 A. It.
K. Lutse May 19. }J A. M.
K. Albert Jun« 2. 11 A. M.
P. Irene — June 16. 11 A. M.
K. Luise. Juna 23. 11 A. M.
K. Albert July 7. nit
P. Irene July 23. 11 A. M.
K. Luise Aug. 11. A. M.
From Bremen Piers. 3d A 4th Sta.. Hoboken.
OELRICHS & CO.. No. 5 Broadway. N. T.
Louis H. Meyer. 43 South Third St.. Phlla.
BEFORE GOIXO ABROAD COXStTLT
THE EUROPEAN ADVERTISEMENTS
THAT APPEAR REGULARLY TN THE
TRIBI-NK ON SUNDAYS. WEDNESDAYS
AND SATURDAYS.
HAMBURG-ABIERICAN LINS.
Special Passenger Service.
PLVMOrTH— CHERBOURG— HAMBURG.
B'cher.May 17.1 :30p:n , Blueet-er June 14
K's'n A V.May;:*. satn I Kalserin A V.June2l
I>'lend.May:U.lo:3Oam Deut.""'hland.June 28
Amerika..June 7,sam 'Amerlka Ju'y 5
AmonK the special features of these ships
are: Grill Room. Rltz-Carltnn Restaurant a
la carte. Elevators. Gymnasium. Palm Gar
den. Electric Baths, etc.
Twin Screw Passenger Service.
DOVER (LONDON OR PARIS) AND
HAMBURG.
Large. Twln-Screw Vessels of 14.000 ten*.
Superb Passenger Accommodations.
Pretoria. .May V2.H amiPatrlcla Juno 1«
TVaMersee.Maylft.Spm ' Pretoria June 23
JTVnn'a. ..June 2. I pm '. •Oreana Jam 23
Batavia. . Jun« 9. 7 am | Waldersee Jur.e SO
•Via Plymouth and Cherbourg.
Mediterranean Service.
TO NAPLE9 AND GENOA.
P. Osfcar June 8 1 tMoltke July 34
tMoltke- Jnn« 13 IP. Adalbert. .Aug. T
p \ dalbert . . . June lft |P. Oskar Aug. 2S
p. Oskar July 17;tMoltke Sept. It
tcalls Gibraltar; has Grill Room and
Gymnasium.
Summer Cruises
To tre Norwegian Fjords. North Cape.
Spitsbergen. Iceland and European seaside
reports. Send for programme.
TRAVELLERS' CHECKS ISSUED BT
THE COMPANY.
OFFICE. 37 BROADWAY. V. Y.
•Phone. 1900 Rector. Piers. Hobokea.
AMERICAN LINE f« m £«
PLYMOUTH— CHERB'O— SOUTHAMPTON
Philadelphia. May 12, »:3O A. M. : June 9
St Paul May 19. 8:3» a. M. : June
New York May 2«. 9:30 A. M. : June 23
St. Louis June 2. 9:30 A. M. ; June 30
RED STAR LINE rom %**
DOVER— ANTWERP— <LONDON. PARIS>.
Kroonland May 12. 8:00 a. M. ; June »
Zeeland May 1». 2:00 P. M.; June 16
Finland May 38. 7:30 A. M.: June 23
Vaderland June, 2. noon; June 30
WHITE STAR LINE &° raP r
NEW YORK— LIVERPOOL.
Majestic May IS, 10:00 A. M. ; June IS
Celtic May IS*. 2:30 P. M-: June 13
Oceanic May 23. 5:00 P. M. ; June 20
Teutonic May SO. 10:00 A. M. : June 27
Cedrte June 1. 12:30 P. M. : June 2«»
Baltic June 6, 0:00 A. M.; July 4
TTT T H ° E MEDITERRANEAN azokes
FROM NEW YORK—
lIEPUBLIC.May 31. 3 P.M.; Oct. 13, Nov. 23
C-RETIC.June 21^10 A.^^Aus. 4. Sept. 23
CANOPIC.May 19. BA. M. ; June 30; Aug. 11
ROMANIC June 3. 30 A. M. ; July 7
PASSENGER OFFICE. 9 BROADWAY.
Freight Office. Whitehall Bids.. Battery PL
BEFORK GOING ABROAD CONSULT
THE EUROPEAN ADVERTISEMENTS
THVT APPEAR REGI'LARVr TN' THE
TRIBUNE ON SUNDAYS. WEDNESDAYS
AND SATURDAYS.
T3ED "D" LINE.
•*■• For La Guayra. Puerto Cabello. Cura
cao and Maracalbo. via Curacao, calling
also at San Juan. P. R.
S. S. PHILADELPHIA.. Sat.. May 12, noon
8. S. CARA'.'AS Saturday. May 2S, noon
For Ia Guayra. Curacao and Maracaibo.
6 K. MARACAIBO.. Saturday. May 1». noon
8. 8. ZUIJA Saturday. June 2. noon
These steamers have superior accommo
dations for passenger*.
BOULTON. BLIPS * PALLETT.
General Managers. 82 wall St.
CUNARD LINE.
From Piers 61-42. North River.
LIVERPOOL via QUEEXSTOWN.
LUCANIA May 12. » A. M,
UMBRIA May I». Noon
Caronla, May SUlStrurla June 3
Campania. . . .May US) rarmania Jun* ft
GIBRALTAR— ITALY— ADRIATIC.
Now Model p Twin Screw Steamers.
6LAVONIA..May 22. noon; July 10. Aug. 2*
PANNONIA... -May 2». 10 A. M. ; July IT
CARPATHIA Jun» 12. 11 A. M.; July SI
VERNON H. BROWN, G. A.
21-21 State St., opposite tha Battery.
BEe-ORR GOING ABROAD CONSULT
THE EUROPEAN ADVKRTISEMCNTS
THAT APPEAR REOUUARI.Y IN" THK
TRIBUNE ON SUNDAYS. WEDNESDAYS
AND SATURDAYS. "ismnsiM
MALLORY LINE, LUXURIOUS auu^
Tickets to Texas, Colorado. Mexico. «\a«
Mexico. Arizona. California. Geur^u. iiut-
Ida. Alabama, etc DBLiaHTFUU TIUPS.
THE ROUTD TO MI A MA. PALM BaACH,
Ma.. &c. (tU Key W«st>. Colonist Ucketi
to Calif oral* on Inquiry. Our booklet
(m!F?1!S(V!T ( ' URK ' 3 "ninth annual
l!i?lii ll C 1 " CRUISE. Feb. 7. 1807. 70 days.
by specially chartered S. S. "ARABIC"
1t1.0.-J tons. 3D Tours to Europe. 8 Round
th* World. Program N Free. F. C
CLARK. M Broadway. New York.
BEFORE! OUINO ABROAD CON9m.T
TUB EUROPEAN ADVBRTISBatKNTS
THAT APPEAR REOULARLY IN THB
TRIBUNE ON SUNDAYS. WEDNESDAYS
AMD SATURDAYS.
"T A VELOCE"— Fast Italian Line.
. . Ratlin* from Pier 64. North River, ft
«* S«th St.. for Naples and Genoa.
BoliiCPeit. Uartfltlct & Co.. Tv Wall s;.
bjewyoir:-:
■fiHBOSea EiVEBB,B,
. * r *»ns oerart irom urand CeatraT su-i
<2*,«VJ«. New Yorts. a. *e««wr^^ 051
••» A. M.. X:VS. 3:30. fc-,40. U-*m 9%**.
stop at 123 th street to ~— -" mJsJTn.7.
ten minutes after leaving 43d stiier
»* : "» A. M-; 'MIDNIGHT EXPRES3L
•30A. M tEMPIKE STATE DUTOC2.
«.-«»» I^Uttnan cars. «acatx xa
8:20 p - PRi^a Aax E «» I SrEW toes cc.
9 « A « A RLZM DIVIhONT SBa -^'
E?' l , m * n ,,<-are on an through tratn.
Train, Illuminated with PtntschlSit
since &Ks&£s,2r »»ft~
Mew cDeisiy 6i»twl
STATIONS \ £?°* L £* rt » «•• XE.
IBSigi
ATLANTIC CITT — *»4A\. v k«t^»w
•♦.45. a5.i3. sao. ft 30: jizox.
Vzo^ MM e *° aP ° f * ** *
«*!», 8.25 A. M.. 1.00. 7.45 P. M. W
10. X. R.. Cedar St.. 1O.» A. M?. M?
mI.OO. 'ZOO. »3.00. »4.00. m-5.00 atro
•7.00. t&00. •».»: 110.30 p. at. rS«
BALTIMORE A?CI> WASHINGTOX— ».•».
S^?-n.S.^it». 01 ' 2 - 0 * **•**
READING. HARRISBITROI POTTSiTOir:
AND WILUAMSPORT-hatOO. «4jT
tsco, 19.10. (10.40. 11.00 A. 51. Rsadnw
«nly>. I 1.0». 111.23. f±CO F. V. r.eß-
Ing. Fottsvilie. Barrls!>urE only. t«-«A
•5.00. 7.30 P. M.
•Dally. tDally except Sunday. |Bb».
days. tParlor cars only. ' Via Tamsqna.
aExcept Saturdays. mDlatois; Car. i£st.
urdays only. zFrom Liberty St. only.
From Twenty- Street — b5.2S> P 31.
C3.SO P. M.. e1Z.20 P. 31.. «4.30 P. M..
J11.50 P. M.. k3.20 P. M.. vS.SO P. M.
Offices: Liberty St.. West 33d St.. Aster
House. 245. 434. IZC*\ 1334 Broadway. IS3
Sth ay, 291 stn Ay., 25 Union S<iaar»
West. 2798 3d Ay.. l«5 West 123 th St.. 24*
Columbus Ay. New York; 4 Court WL, 543.
344 Fulton St.. 479 Nostrand Ay.. Brooklya;
SSO Broadway. wniiamsbunr. New York
Transfer Co. calls for and checks bagsag»
to destination.
W. G. BESLER C. M- BCRT.
Vlc<»-Pre9. * Gen. Mar- Gen. Pass'r Agent.
LEE9IGB VALLEY/*
Foot of West 23d A: Coniandt and DesoroaMS S»>
B.^ 'Dally. tEicept Soadaj. finadajs dlii.
It,T.S".Y.,A;i,T N V
Manch CbankLoeaL a »T+«.30 11
Buffalo Expresa. I «i 3S AXI*e74OAX
BLACK DIAMOND £XP. I «li 83 a ml «13 M»5
3(aneh Choak and Hazletoa *cii 40 p xiM:iso?:<
yilkes-Barre Express. niriH^M
•sstonLocal 43 10r3 h.Vra
Chicago and Toronto Sip *os to rw, *xs ra
THE BUFFALO TR\IX.. 18>i Wjw
Tickets and Pullman accommodatlaas lAMLW
it 1480 Broadway, US sth at«.. s Cnloa Sq. We*.
N.Y.: 3» F=ltoa St.. 4 Court 6t.4»SostrodX7%
S» Broadway * foot Fulton St. Brooklra. - "
S. Y. Transfer Co. wlUcallforsßdeaeok^»i (
BALTEIORS & OHIO R. B.
KOYAi.. BLUE LINE TRADJ3 _
"Every othsr boor on ta» «yen hoar.**
TO BALTIMORE AND WASHEJGTOX
Leave New York City. 23d St. Lit' J i -
•WASHINGTON. Buffet; 7.50 am 8.00*3
WASHINGTON. Diner. •.SOaa l«.flSg»
tWASHINGTON. Diner. 11.80 am liO»*H
fWASHINGTON. Fuffet. ISO pa **•'•
f'ROYAL LTD." Diner. »80 pin *>0»S»
tWASHINGTON. Dinar. SV) pia CCVSBI
tWASHINOTON. Buffet. &«Oprn 7.Cop.^
tWASHIXGTOX.SIee9«r*.U-50nEi JZtSz".
•Ex. Sun. ♦DsH»
Through Dally Trains to the west. •
Leave New York City. 2Sd St. I***
CHICAGO. PITTSBURG, 11.50 pa» 12,»*1
CHICAGO. COLUMBUS. 1150 am J2.W»>
PITTSBrRG. CLEVE'D. 3.50 pm ♦••»
•'PITTSUrRG LIMITED" 6.T0 pra ? «• »•
CIK..ST.LOUIS.LOUISV. r..Sopm JjUlrt
CIV.9T'IOUIS.LOUISV. 9.50 am I**2
CIN-.ST.LOCT3.LOUISV. 8.50 *••■•
Offices: 2«. 434. 1300 Broadway. I lAtJaf
House. 108 Greenwich St. »^"""{••Sr
W.. SM Grand St. N. V.: 343 JWttsiSU
Brooklyn: »Vest 23d -=t. and Überty _
After • p. m. sleeping car •-^"•■"" i
and full information regarding *n^<£~
can be obtained at Bureau of Informapg.
B. * O. R. R.. 2Sd St. Terminal. 'Pl»asA»i
Chelsea 44- _^___ —
N. T.. N. H. & HARTFORD It*
Trains depart from Grard Central ma^m
42<1 St. and 4tJi Aye . as follows we
BOSTON, via New London A rT?TI-,
tti 10:00. •x,:t0:02 A. St. Hi*
•i 1:01. •x.GiOO. « is**. ( ««*?ii, <
•1120W P. at: via WtlliicantJc— t^
A. mT |2jo(> P. M ; ,, v 1v 11 l * oO s | IWL£I WL £* !^
WORCESTER and FITCHBURO. v*» *«•"
LAKEvTILE and NORFOLK— A. M.
Gt! 3 Earring Yon. Stockbrtdje. L««V KB*-
Gt. Harrington. Stockbrldge. Lewjl. no»
tield -t4:M>. t S:4» A. M. t3:SI r. * H
Ticket offices at cfirsnd ' • nt ™L S 73S
and cl»th St.. also at c 245 U». «»•
B" wav c-JT. Union Square.^ cIM Fifth A»».
CMS Voluinbus Av...^c«>_ r Madison^Ava i
B ooklyn c"»* Court ' St.. 4T» Nostrand *»•.
39<t IV way. .-. ... m
:rartor Car Umlted. Has <!»»? *^
cParlor and Sleeping Car tickets a** -_
Lackawanna Railroad.
N. V.. foot Barclay. Christopher. "Wat S»»
tS.OO A. M.-For BlnghaW*? % a»i E^t^
•lo «> A M.— For Buffalo. CSlcj«» •■■ "■
Louis. , ~..—^.
•1.4* P. M-— For Buffalo and CMclg*^
t4.t»> r M - -For Scranta • n^i^ sl
•.V 15 P. M. -For Buffalo and fc CC a ea>
••43 P. M.— For Buffalo. Syraonse. Cnraj
•2.00 A. M— For^ Chicago— «3?
Tickets *t 14»*42sTli« "SlfioSS
N. T : 339 Fulton 9t.. Broufcljm- •«»
tUxcept Sunday-.
ock.%* wiwni
rpqpao [PoDCPticiD KO&mj
Bteamshtp. of the RED "IT LWB *«
KMtarS*a3xan direct. •» foOows,
a. S. PHtLAi>E^mA.. day „», tt -2
9. S. CARACAS... Saturday *» S* •»■
For freight or paea«e.«PPV»
BOULTON. BLIS9 * P***^
General Managers. 82 wall 3*. _
Hthlopia. M*y »*- 3 P" a !'JS!^jSe^*S
Cvlunrbla-Maj- 1».3. ~^^°^SllsW
HE\nKHSOX BItOTHERa.t.-B'prosa *L
A MIDDLE AI.ED «» >:?<Tl^ Li l^Si
ate of Columbia <*<>Ueg«. « h lj **i V*
In Europe several years. gsstrea » "g
charge of two or three your* •jSSS %
travel and education abroad. Aflorsß.
IX.. Tribune Office. — .
COOKS TOURS TO *"KO^Z%Js
asaaoa. fl7» to 1 .»». Jg^S «■
THOS. COOK * SON. »»^i ""
Broadway. US Madison .we-- >• < J^»
BEFORE 3OINO ABROAD L.SKSSS
TIIB EUROPEAN ADVKRTO^^-viJ
THAT APPEAR lUCOUIiAR|.Yg . v
TRIBUNE ON SUNDAY* WBOSESX?-*
AX© SATUSOtATS>

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