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\CEFTIFTED MJT.K PRTCE.
At i/an Straus Depots Taxed Be
[j yond Capacity Through Rise.
I The Increased t-ost to the consumer of certified
T^Ck— which i ■■>■ Miik Trust has advanced to 15
tmfl 16 cents a q-aart— has caus<ni a demand on the
tJCaihan Strnus pasteurized milk depots beyOnd
f^the limits of the capacity of the laboratory,
i Mr Straus Is now dispensing ten thousand bottles
[» day from six depot*, which will remain open
'throughout the winter. They are pituated at No.
«7 Monroe street. No. I*l Avenue C. No. 441 West
!S3d street. No. 35 Ko. Us Ay. street. No. «1 East
Sid etreet, " ■•■*
C9ih street and So. 301 East 111 th street
. "When aeked yrsi#>rday what the effect of the
t%dvanc« ln price of orrtin^d milk would he. Mr.
tSU.<ms FRid:
Here Is no fen of waste in the world to wanton
[and so reckless as the waste of human life. The
1 number of children who die ouch year— and whose
deaths «<ro preventable— would populate a city, and
the chief cause of this awful prodigality of human
life Is impure milk. The advance in price of certi
fled milk will make very little difference to those
i who consume the greatest quantity of the milk
'■brought to our tHy, as the amount of milk that is
■ certified is only an inMrit^slmal portion of the
■ ■whole. j~
But the advance in price, placing it within the
reach of the well to do only, makes more pro
nounced the necessity of a general scheme fcr the
(pasteurization of the er.tire milk supply ft our
' city. If the requirements of the County Mealcai
I Society fer certification, which are not harsh or
| difficult of compliance, causo an advance in price.
• ■what must be- trie character of the milk produced
Itn dairies that do not form to those require
•jrer.ts 1
1 If* the tests applied at those farms which apply!
! tor certification thow a taint of tuberculosis, the
fecw Is destroyed. But what of the milk produced
•Where the inspection is not so rieid?
. If The public realized, as I do. the number of tu
%arculous cows trotn which ir.Nk is drawn and
then mixed'with mi'.k of tour.d cows, and told in its
«rlslncJ stai it would be startled. That tuber
culosis, the jrreat white plar'je. has been caused
(and is caused by impure ■ ilk has been demon
ietrated beyond refutation by recent mcilical re
ieearches. ' Proffssor Yon Benren. '■■ - discoverer
•Of antitoxin, and or.c of the greatest living sclcn-
Jtlsts, states most positively that tuberculosis is
■ccnjusunicatilf? from an afll:cted cow to the human
.1 6a"y' that T5 per cent of the milk brought into
jSCew York City should b* dumped into the putter.
The syftcm of cert iiicai ion of milk means one
Equality for those wlio can afford to pay Tor it. and
'nnother tor the poor. Milk ■= the o:i" article of
'3tc-'" nhlch toes not fhnv; 1-y Its arp^^rance. taste
x.: smell if it is unfit for consumption, and I re
.peat now, what I h'vo often said in the past, that
BOAJtD AMI HOOKS.
Plngle insertions 5 cents f»»r line. Slx
?t»cn »otds, seven times consecutively,
ill. which entitles advcrtlr-er to have
roozss entered for a period of fourteen
| 4*y !r. The Tribune'e Uireitor>' of Do
1 Urable r.ooras. Write for circular.
Full Information concern'.nr these
i roomK may be had. free or charge, at
: the Uptown Oirice of The New-York
(Tribune. JSC I Urcadwav, between 36th
; ur.fl S7th sts.
V •
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i ■ i
•«*I P ST.. I- WEST i between "L" and eub
| Ti-ay «>y r re?s rtatiOM).— Newly cecoraied
»TWir.s. with or without private bath: ftipe
jrlcr table, refer«i«* clven and required.
t^trrTfrThi west.— Larr«. well arpoim
j «-d room; njnni::g water; good closets;
Jpooi isMc; telephone^
HT^r* FT . 172 Emm.— Ccanfortabls) accom
i "mcistiont. '-oujOe of t>UHlri**i> (.entlemen;
I excellent taV.le; American family; refer
jcacej.
'tftTH ST.. S2T. WES^T. — Physician cr hach*
j ior apnrtjnert: plectrlrity. rtewrr.: hand
'cemely tealsbed; other rooms. Kastman.
BHBIVATE AFAKTMENT; light rooms, run
. cinjr wat;r; tttam bath; f-S ana $4. T»ur
•eell VM Vast lu'.d ft
I 6IST ST.. llti '\VI> ; T. — line lar&e second
i floor front romr. : ... c&sa house;
. XBf erences required.
Til BT U2 WE6T. — Hlgblr recommerded
'
choice location, .
I ( ...MhHED KOOMS TO LET.
Eirglt Inswtl-ns 0 cents r*r line. Sixteen
WOTfSs, seven ilrat-s consecutively. 11. wtlch
«n- • ••1 adveril» re to bave rooms entire!
Jor a period ot i jurteen l! v* In Th« rrib-
Ut>e t Directory «-f Desirable Rooms. Write
tat circular.
Fu'. 1 information eeaoanslag these rooms
insy th ai. free of che.rt;r. at the Uptown
Ofil'e of The New-York Tr'fcune. '1364
Srcadwav. between 2fl:h art*. ?7:h «ts.
GENTLEMAN requiring room in exr'.^sive
family, all modern improvements, eleva
tor, Utith sub.. c«n f.n-1 turns by aidressirg
J. C Trlbur.e U^'.ct. n Office. 1364 Eiomi
war
'JL.-nLEnA.XTLT FURNISHED APAP.T
rncnt; prtrate bath. $l.&> daily: InCladlec
tneals. '.vro, >•'-" •s-et'iiy; one, $15. THZZ
:jU^.m:am\. 10 Bast llth tt.
'so pai
I
t" rjre «r.d

.a: -
«
»S7TH ST. 4S WEFT.— E'.eeently funJsherl
I ra-»rr.F: g*atl»ro«3; bre&kfaet optional-
I ttierence?.
)' J6T'J !^T.. 143 WEFA.— Ccmftrtably fur-
Blsfaad rofjtri*: "...ard oitlonal.
feOCils. t«o pfrpiltmer. ; every ccnver.ience;
: telephone, Kslko. Iso Wtst Mth kt.
; BUttXUSKED ROOM, in email German
■ family; toaid optional; homeUke. Mrs.
i Botikt.. &1S W.ct 14?;h st. (subway ex
j »r«f).
Bni-IAKP ANn rOOf. TABLES.
i aANTFACTi-UCIiP '~ct ~~\~>:\lwA~ »r.d pool
I table?; hinh erifle bovlln«; alley build
t«re; lor.ert pilcec MARX BROS., 24
I JCnion gquare
i pr.sKs and oirrcr: ftrnitcbe.
J5» O T. L TO**
OFFICE
FURNITURE
B» Er^at varlftv
at s•• i 1 « a-.l
price.
j SCLT-eV.
MtJl Fultm Ft
«AKI'M CLXAXLK6.
|lS T . Y. Carpet Cleaning Co
Oldest. Largest. Mcst Modern.
j ' «*5 ANI» 42» \VE?T 45TH ST
TeL SB«— Bryant. iitßl4>!ed 1657
H. JORDAN. EDWIN LENTZ.
Li
: 08/., l. o c, ■. . uu , ■
1 CAi.: CLEANING Lf.ufi'A*:.** ISTft.
WOlklLO&EOg 1
I'lO WCST 77TH BT.
l^arcest Wcrk*,. Exc«ilent Ta .Uea.
t ' Telephone. 2.2^5 — BIVEUSIDE.
! CAREPX-L CARI'ET CLEANING CO.—
i Cleans ly compressed cir. sass hand
' •r on flw>r. !.'-'.*• Br^rtwav. ..'. FSuit 4bto
: _ «t- COE & BRANDT. Tel. ISS— S«th.
x »— — — i ■ — »— «—^ «— —
EMPLOYMENT AUK.NCIEB.
I ST. BAR^WULO VIEW'S
EMPLOYUHNT BUREAU.
i Sll F-a»t 41 »t. — t*im class domestics are
i cvprlied; also i. mag :it housekeepers,
. ta*tron«, (otem«>tea, tutcrs. etc.
MRS. L. SEELY
Employment Bureau.
23 West 39th St.
'Pbonr* 24.14. 2485— Bryant.
; BROOKLYN OFKICE: 14 KEVINS «T
* *"" — "*"" '^ — ~*~ — *—— ~~* — ™— ■ »
FOR PALE.
. X)£EKR. rolltope; r*rt;tlons. railings, tables,
safr». U'.ter prvntt-n. counters. nhelvlngs.
; rloUiing atom !:xtur.>*; store. oSm fitted.
i flnn liros.. 2*~?.z <Vntro st.
ArKAWT*.
, UArC ■sMsi'ii" '•• sr>th rcder M *
IsVB OWJ ,
, 2Mb. UiC.. «'!r. • ■•■-' . Eub.. Hoi.. 00c Old
> Isortiu Pinnae. Jl.oo. Uuilc. frtv. rooms.
1 TVPEV»-BITI>O.
? TTPEWaiTER* -AM iuk«i .o:d. rented
1 bORMJLM. X, ?.-«uau st. r»:..bi» ««-rvi:.
practically no milk delivered for general consump
tion in large cities la fit to be fed In Its natural
state to young children, or even to adults. Ana no
Eyetem of Inspection that has yet been tried or, in
my judgment, capable of being put In practical
operation will insure pur 3 milk In laree cities.
Pasteurization i.« the remedy.
Wit have seen the country rent and torn mer
the disclosures of the manner of canning- 1 00 ; 1
products, but I tell you there Is more danger, «i.---
NH and death lurklnjf in our milk than In oil
the canned meats of the country, even if t no euis
charged :i?alnet the packing hou"f» really *'.* lst j<-
The prevalence of preventable disease la ; a di»
grace 10 enlightened government. The ' »««nUru.
minds of the world are alert to di^. c^ ce tt or o direct
of curing disease; would It not be J».?'£
some of this energy Jnto channels <* Pr^y o ' l^.
it- tv^ entiro milk supply of our dt> were pus
„'., e the m™"p of innocent lives which now
pay the penalty ot indifference would be Incal-
C pubnc opinion ■flit— but slowly; jg,obyi
oiihlv m neee c< <ari - measure as the Pure 1- ooa Dill
SS2' lorc^l through a reluctant Congress only
aYt«r Itlad been introduced In AtMB session^
T "e u tlrnelv d- nth* of thousands of children, -with
the •nedv Pointed out and proved, must In time
change our attitude of complacency and quicken
into practical action th«s lrrt«olutk-n of public
('ll,io( ' I l , ioI are proud of our system of education; we
«pend millions annually on our schools, to provide
proper mental foot! for our children, and I aa
sanguine that at no .11 stant day the public will
awaken to a realization that It la within th;
i>rovlnc« of government to be equally watchful of
th- pbyatcal well being of our young.
BANKERS STAR'
last Delegation Off for St. Louis on Well
Equipped Special.
Two big delegations went from this city to
the 32d annual convention of the American
Bankers' Association, which will open in St.
Louis Wednesday. The first delegation went
out Saturday over the Pennsylvania on two epe
tial trains de luxe, and the second over the
New Tork Central yesterday afternoon.
The Pennsylvania trains are regarded aa
among the finest pent out by that road recently.
Both are equipped with the highest standard
Pullman service. Colin StuddF, Eastern passen
ger agent of the Pennsylvania line, was in
charg«- of the fln«t section, and W. W. Porter,
dty paseenger agent, of the second.
TK New York Central train left the Grand
Central Station at 1:30 yesterday afternoon,
un.l'-r tlif personal supervision of Milton C.
Ro;i''h, assistant general passenger agent. The
train was made up "i" several of the most luxu
riously equipped cars in the company's service.
BI SINTSS CHANCES.
MANUFACTURERS ho can use) more
car"al for the rurpoee of Improving their
ou i:> M cr lncreaslr.p their business, -an
obtain Barn- from a concern w!i » has offices
in 'be prindoe.] cities of the United States.
Is prepared to marktt any article of
merit to the l>est p^*eible advantage. We
are prepare.! to pay spot cash for roo.: S
when shlpye.l m as to enable the manu
facturer to devote his entire time to cheap
ening h's proiuct ,r i Increasing hi? output.
Fcr farther particulars address Lock Box
No. 162 Pittsburgh. Pa. .
URESSMAKI>U AMI MU3-INKKV.
OLD RELIABLE FURRIERS
will remodel, repair and alter your old fur
garrr.ents Into the latest fashionable style*
st a positive caving of 60 per cent. Old furs
bought and exchanged. Don's throw away
your o'd furs; you can have them exchanged
for new garments. HIRSHFELD FUR CO..
68 West 21st St.. near €th aye. Telephone
1128 — Gramercy.
A.-MADAVE TULJETTE. French dress
maker; Just retu: r.ed from Parts with lat
ent Sell; inspection Invited: matertttlß
accejied reasonable. 78 West 45th St.
11ME ADELE. Exquisite gowns in all
latest designs; graceful Princesses a «r*
rlalty: chic evor.inp. Ftreet, fancy tailored,
etc. ;"$S uji. BTI v •■ aye.
DRESSMAKER. — Competent; out by the
day or week. Miss RSumler. t» East
50th St.
PRESFMAKER — French: raoflrls at Inspec
tion- rrvSerata prices; work (ruaranteed.
6S West 46th Ft.
>MAKER. — Latest styles cloth Mita.
rrir.cefs ■••!:*. shirt waist cults; out by
the day; J2. G. Fischer, 49 Lexington aye.
DRESSMAKER.— Suits made from $5 up:
perfect fit guaranteed: also go out by the
flay; can rive 10 years' reference. Mrs.
V.'etmcrc. 2433 fth aye.
3MAKEB <■'. B. Altman & Co.; ex
cellent fitter: artistic dtelgner; princess
Jackets; experienced remodelling; $2 a day.
Afifiress maker. 826 West 14th st.
OLD mifl exchanged for new furs; re
v.-:ng a sjeclalty. The
.;■). Bth aye.
FURS. PURS, FURS, repaired, reshaped,
dyed, 30 per i Int cheaper than else
where. Morr s Zins, "■< Lexington aye..
opposite Blooming dale, Bros.
FIR GARMENTS remodelled, redyed and
made Into the latest etyle at moderate
y.riees; first cays work g^jaranteed: orders
taken for all Klr-5 of furs. L. J. Haneman.
734 Lexir.jrton aye., near f<9th St., lat« with
C. C. Bhayne
M. PORSTER, Sealer In and maker of fine
furs hi ■ fur KSr.-r.ent": repairing »nd re
mTS'l'lng at frc aerate prices. 72 West 12it!i
ft . near Leno: a v »>.
SEAL GARMENTS find other fine furs re
paired, r«lye<J and remodelled Into latest
■t>'*« »■• exccttioctlly low i rices; fur gar-
Rents nt& • > order. Mrs. E. J. Barker.
fC3 Park aye.. near 77th st . late with C. O.
Outith^a Bona, sth sve. Tel 10«6-78th.
LOST or STOLEN.— Bankbook No. 482.359
cf the Genr.an Savings Bank In 'he City
of New Yo:k, comer 4th aye. and 14th St .
Issued to Frar-cls Charles Namczy. All per
scr.a are cautioned aEuinat negotiating the
fur.-.c. If r.ot returned to the bank on the
2ii nay of Oo'cber, 190 C, a duplli-ate will be
issued.
nkbook Ko. <".74 /■96. Bank for
aye . New Ycrk. Prny
■ ■ ■
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.- • 4th a--ea --c . Kew Ycrk. P»r
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MACHINERI
AT REDDCBD PRICES — second hand
•n-ood and iron working machines: fully
guaranteed; machinery boueht and ex
changed. GEO. B. EDDY. 398 Madison st
HELP Tt ANTED.
Mai*.
AUDITOR for construction company:
prefer man between SO and 40; salary
$15. Call Business Opportunity Co., l
Union iquai I
ADVERTISING SOLICITOR WANTED ON
LEADING NEW YORK DAILT; MUST
COME WELL RECOMMENDED AND BE
A Hrf!TL.GR; HTEADY POSITION TO
TUF. RIGHT PARTY. ADDRESS Rl>
ETJLTfI f\)l'NT. BOX 1045. TRIBUNE
OFFICE.
BUTLER AND VALET.— Middle aged man.
»« lj^'.ler and valet In apartment of
widower: small ■ a: good rates to risrht
man; gi7«> retemeea. M., Tribune of!;,
ANY INTELLIGENT PERSON may farn
$40 to ISO monthly at home In spare time
eTre«pon<ilri* for n»w»papers; no canvass
ing- experience unnecessary. Bend for par
ticulars. Press .syndicate. Lockport. N. T.
N. V
RAPID STENOGRAPHER. — Flrst-tlaes ;
t*gln Monday: «stat« nalarj- arid where to
■phone Monday 10 o'clock; references. Ad
dress Manufacturer, ' 1334 Broadway.
WANTED —Boy to run errands and make
k'-if generally ucrful; chance for advance
ment. Address A. A.. Box IS. Tribune
Office.
Female.
ABRAHAM ft STRAUS.
BROOKLYN, WANT A
MWir.ER OF BRIO'TT
<iIRLS OVER 10 i' ; - -:.
OF AGE TO ACI i
PARCEL WRAPPERS.
APPLY TO SUPERIN
TENDENT. DEPART
MENT OF WRAPPING.
BASEMENT.
ANT INTELLIOENT PERSON may ear*
$«0 to *.v> nontt.ly at non.a In spare time
rcrrespondUig let newspapers; do canvass
ing . experience uanecetaary. fiend for par
tuulars. PRESS SYNDICATE. Lockport.
N. Y.
HANDS for steady how* work; good pay;
!,«t:snr..r» taught: SiSo girls to learn bu«"l
cess. Ceil M. B. Marline, 188 Weit 23d at
WANTED, for the country, two girls, or
cother and daughter, to do the house
• 'Tic tit th!t« adults; wages (lh and 120,
Addrees A. M. Morse, Tuckahoo, Wcstcbee
ter County, N. Y.
ADVERTISEMENT* and subscriptions for
T!.e Tribune received at their Uptown
Office. No. 1864 llroadway. between 36th
*r.d U7ti sts.. until 9 o'clock p. m. Adver
!.i-*n;eiits .•'.\»<i at the fo;:.,w!n;- branch
cft<>B at regular offlos rat«-j until o o'clock
r> rr... viz.: 864 8i aye.. ». c. .-or. 23d st.:
W Ctb aye . cor. 12tr. St. ; 'i. !. :,,-■ 14<h «t.;
if.* TV.- ' jl -•... between Tin apd S!h gves ■
SSI vr«t 3ißth sx.. JU3B fa aye., between
7(.r:i tr.a T7Ui its., 101'S ?i a-. r.«*r «l*t
ft: 1708 Is* v.v«.. n*sr BT<li «.; 137 East
liJtii st. . "80 Dnounu aye.: CBO M ars-
(NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. MONDAY. OCTOBER 15, 1906.
P. /?. /?. "SURPRISE" TESTS.
Have Signals Set Sometimes to Test
Engineers* Caution.
In view of the frequent statements, suggested by
the accident which occurred at Eddlngton, Perm.,
on September 29. that it is the practice of Pennsyl
vania Railroad englnemen to disregard "caution"
signals in their efforts to make a schedule run or
make up for lost time, taking the chance that the
"stop" signals will be clear for them, the company
makes public the fact that for several years it
has had an elaborate system of "surprise" tests,
the precise purpose of which was and is to make
englnemen constantly on their guard against col
lisions and accidents. So strict. Indeed, Is this
system that some enginemer. have complained of
it. As regards this particular accident, the two
coroner's juries which investigated It have each re
turned verdicts exonerating the company and its
employes from blame.
"Surprise checking." which was instituted to
make enginemen always alert, consists in requiring
certain officials at unusual times and unexpected
places to set signals at a "caution" or "danger"
position, and station themselves so that they may
see if proper observance is given to the signals.
"Surprise checking " has been conducted with
gre;'f tnoroas;hness, especially during the last year.
Notable occasions of this character occurred at
certain stations on August 4. 23 and 24, and October
S and 5. On these several occasions a total of 291
trains passed the 6ignal stations during the tests,
and all but fifteen came to full stops before reach
ing the testing point. Each one of the fifteen de
linquents, although he brought his engine to a full
stop before getting more than a few feet beyond
the signal, was severely disciplined.
FOR CONVENTION.
The registration in the city thus far has been
favorable to the Republican ticket, but no votes
should be iost. Register to-day without fail If
your name Is not in the books.
REGISTER'S CLERK UP FOR ASSAULT.
John C. Kuhn, a recording clerk in the Register's
office, was In the Yorkville police court yesterday,
charged with assault by Mrs. Annie Lager, wife of
a glazier, of No. 410 Bth street. She oald Kuhn,
while Intoxicated, on Saturday afternoon, struck
her in the mouth and also tmashed considerable
glass in the store. Kuhn denied the assault, and
stated that when he went to the glazier's store to
complain that one of the Lager hoys had smashed
ids window with h stone, he waa attacked and
beaten hy Mrs. Lager and her grown-up children.
He was paroled for further examination to-day.
WORK WA>TED.
• Male.
ACCOUNTANT, AUDITOR.— up bal
nnj*». vyetematizes books at regular In
tervals: monthly audits and examinations a
specialty. Auditor, 148 Bast Both St.
ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPER and general
office assistant; five years' experlonce;
good at figures; Al German. J. M. X., 712
East 144 th st.
BOOKKEEPER.— By eldeily. active busl
oesa man; practloal; double entry; high
. ■•.- «k; at anything; moderate sal
ary. Addie.-s all week. H., 241 East Mth.
BOOKKEEPER By your.g man, 25. aa
general ortice. man; aasisiarit bookkeeper:
Al bill and entry clerk; accurate at figures.
lian Weiss. 259 Kait 2d et
BOOKKEEPER o r i'IJ^RK.— By young;
expetieoeed; good reterenes; mod
erate fnlarj-. Addit-Bs Charles Lunger, 1230
Madlsan h a . Paterwm, N J
BOOKKEEPER.— By young Spanish gen-
Ueioan, With good theoretical knowledge
of bookkeeping, as assistant; amount of
mlarv no consequence. Address Plmlenta,
3!» <vntie s« Newark, N. J.
17 colored; three years In hl*h
- : wishes g •■<■•«! permaoent position;
fair penman; no objections to dlatancu.
Address 2» Lexington aye.. Brooklyn. Ist
r. ar,
BOY. 17. would like to learn good trade.
f.4 Noil st . Brooklyn.
(lUVFTErH — Frenchman. 22; rapßble of
takii I charg* gasolene cars, driving, re—
%■ tirtva'.e family or garage; refer
;„,,.. John Morere. 256 West 15th st.
CH^T'FFE^'R-— Aged 24; driver; sober; do
own repairs; beet reference from last
employer. Thomas Mlneola. 223 Union St.,
Brooklyn.
CARPENTER.— By competeat workiaaa;
any branrh ; wages. $2 50 a day. Sam.
Box 20, Trlbur" Office.
DRIVER. — Single or double: reference. J.
Stanton. 717 Myrtle aye., Brooklyn.
DRIVER. —By experienced young man;
pood shipper of freight: well acquainted
with city; single or double truck; good ref
erences from last employer. Address James
Campbell, (-3 Douglass St.. Brooklyn.
DRIVER — By young married man: best of
references. Arl!ni>e (Inrilner Bally. 171
Su; !am st . Brooklyn.
DRIVER. —Good route man with own horse
and top wagon i steady position by the
week or month. George Fr«>und. 442 East
T":h st.
DENTIST. — By your.g man from San Po
rr.lngo; In dentlft'a effice to get practical
experience; rpeaks and understands Eng
lish; reference. Mountain. 105 East t>7th Et.
DRAFTSMAN — Drawings and tracings
neatly -ir. i promptly -lone. Draftsman
Box 716, New Ro'-he'.le. N. V
DRIVER.- Pv respectable colored young
man; or helper o n wap^n; can give best
references. Halt-.* 67 West 101 st s'., baee
ment.
EMPLOYMENT wanted by a former mem
ber of the 7th Reg-iment and veteran of
the Civil War; la reliable, trustworthy and
of good habits; Bmall remuneration ac
ceptable. Address A H. 8.. Tribune Office.
ENTRY CLERK. — Young man. 18. wishes
position as bill end entry clerk; experi
enced; well educated; car. furnish good ref
erences. Joseph W. Rhode?. 403 Georgia
av<".. Brooklyn.
EXPERIENCED your.g man wants man
agement <■*. poultry riant, or would over
see building and stroking- of new plant.
Address Poultry. Box 104. 617 6th aye
MACHINIST, experienced, ali around, do die
and took work, first class mechanic.
wi.il.es poUtion; aged 27. Address Richard
Onnizzo'd, Barber and Lock aye.. Clifton.
MACHINIST (elderly); good latfce hand,
toolmaklnß-. diesinklns. stamping, brass
poods, mould making, chasing; all around.
Address Mechanic, or Kann, 129 Rd aye.,
Brooklyn.
MANAGER, uced to nandllng telling and
oflc*) etaff good credit man. desires a
place on or before January 1 with a con
cern having need of such assistance. C. W.
8.. Box 14, Tribune Office.
MAN, American, married, no children.
What good proposition, light employment,
can you offer trustworthy mail? Has charge
of business building; wishes change; dUen
gaged October IH. Or 11, otherwise »tat«
particulars, Charles I!o! loaoß, 15, 17 Mer
cer tt.
MANAGER or SALESMAN.— By travelling
salrsmaii; 15 mis' experience in New
England; first class reference. N. C. Bar
tol. 804 Massachusetts aye., Boston, suite 8.
MASON, plasterer, cementing, flagging, con
creting; landlords, agents, estates; by day
or contract; estimates fur-nibbed, Edward
J. Whelan. Jobbing shop. 249 East £>Cth st.
NIGHT WATCHMAN.— Five years' ex
perience in large factory; sober, tran
v.orthy; excellent reference from last em
ployer. P. M., JILT West 133 d st.
CAKE BAKER, second hand: or take
chartrc: city or country. 824 Bast 73d
St.. grocery.
OFFICE WORK.— By young man! three
years' business experience. Schweiger,
104(1 Jackson aye . Bronx.
OMNIBUS. —^errr.sn; experienced. 823 Ban
tail!, St.. basement.
PRIVATE SECRETARY or aatato onan
agement. by experienced, responsible
man; best references and security- sten
ographer and typewriter. J. P.. 680 West
J27th st.
POSITION by reliable nan: hour* 8 a, in.
to 4 p. m. : moderate salary. Care Erv-
Ires, 191 Oraham are., Brooklyn.
PRESSMAN. — 'iorJon. Universal: good on
eclor, halftone and commercial; bustler,
can taka charge of job prtwrsi $10. Klm
mel. 182 I.udi«-w St.
PARQTTET and hardwood floor r«norator;
repairing, scraping, polishing: only good
work done; city or country: estimates r«e>
son\ble. Address Olson, 2677 B<l aye.
PORTER and HANDY MAN.— fitrtctly teta
perate. reliable man. 40; In «nig store or
sinr.lUj e«uiblli)hrr.«.-m: b*et leferences. Ad
<lres» Stsncey. Tribune Uptown Office, 1864
Broadway.
STABLEMAN, fto— Young colored man a*
stableman or porter In merchant tailoring
\Veet'ei&" ?la"? la " references. McDowell. A3
n efll OTSt £t,
PTHNOORAPIIER -Aged 16; aom* expert
t«Z J* ' Un « t0 «° "» beginner, If chance
«,.?!? vv * n .^«* nt V llmlt «* e«pjr\«cc«. but
capable; $T-»8. L. Hall. 168? WaJhlngton
rrH<»I^TEKER.~Dce» first elms work, In
hot.i or private house; furniture reeuv
lil, i • il v * r » mad,, mattrtsste remade
equal to new. 6 amu ,j Klein. 621 Bth *t.
YOUNG MAN Argentine; recalls eßaclsh
„ uluu2 " «4 bigu.,h; oan do .tenog P ra|h,;
TVOKR WANTED.
itfale.
PRI\'ATE WAIVHMAN.— AKed 42. good
appearance; good references. Address
Edmund I* Jaccard, 534 Grand st., Jersey
City. N. J.
YOUNG MAN. 21. good at flares, under
stands, reads and writes French and Ger
man, wishes position In mercantile house.
Walter I Rhodes. 403 Georgia aye.. Bklyn.
YOUNG AMERICAN, who has had several
years' experience In banklr.sr and factory
accounts, desires place in bank or mercan
tile line; bookkeeper, typewriter, correspond
ent. Address Irving Thompson, 33 Willow
St., Brooklyn.
YOUNG MAN, 30. willing to work in
store, or conductor: make himself gen
•rally useful: epeaJui English. German.
Slavish. Russian and Polish. Address J.
S., P. O. Box 336. Torrlngton. Conn.
YOUNG MAN. 22, American; quick and
accurate at figures; tve years' experience;
pood appearance; highest references. Mo-
Cracken. 570 Lexington aye.. Brooklyn.
YOUNG MAN, experienced, aa lorema.n'a
helper In tobacco factory. M. C. care
Helmlp. 320 East 29ti et.
YOUNG MAN. colored, aged 33. In clna»
doctor' (• office or as waiter. R. S. GodltS*
care Bour 547 West 36th st.
YCUNO MAN. unable to finish oourca at
coHege. will do anything for future; has
had some office experience. J Bolgn. 61
Greene aye . Brooklyn.
YOUNG MAN wants situation; handy with
tools: also paint, upholster. J. .T.. 277
Pearl St.. Brooklyn
YOUNG MAN. in the country, caj-iot for
horses ana cows; b«et experience. George,
HP South 4th Ft.. Brooklyn.
YOUNG MAN. 21. would like some clerical
work In export office, especially those do
inir business with West Indies: excellent
references J. B. C. Box 89. Tribune Of
fice.
T<IT,"NQ MAN, 23. as foreman or anything;
epeaks Italian, French, German and F/nor
lleh. Henry Hchweltzl. care of Boulton.
6<X> East 14th st.
YOUN'r; MAN. as useful man; with private
family In the country; can do work In
side and out»Me; with (rood references.
John. Box 10". 617 «th aye.
YOUNO MAN. 24. high school graduate.
Just from the W«»t. desires position offer-
Ing advancement; five years' office and road
experience. Address Box 62, Rutherford.
N. J.
Female.
ABLE TF.ACHER (lniy). college graduate;
higher ar-l element an- branohea; public
srhrol method'; c r> arh!ng; highest refer
ence! Educator, 2'Vs went 125 th st.
GOVERNESS. — Graduate, young gentle
woman, in private school or visiting
governess: neglected educations cor
leeted; tutoring literature. history
French: college preparation. Oraduate'
117 West 82d st.
GOVERNESS. —Visiting; refined German
touches. besides her own language,
French, elementary English, music; highest
city school and family references. German
Teacher, 45 West £2d st.
HAIR CI'LTUREX marlcure. fallal rr.as
page: rflned German; graduate: experl
f-nred; treats cuetomf-rs at their resMences
hUhest •-!••• reference*, K. X, 4,1 We*t
S2d s-t.
LADY Is open for engagement as useful
companion and secretary: experienced
b«st references. Address Miss Powell 4i<>
West 116 th st.
MUSIC TEACHER— Lady desires pupils
for plar.o. Miss L. 13tH Broadway.
PLAIN SEWING or MENDING, by ladvi
$150 by the day. Address Mrs «•
187 Clifton Place. Brooklyn.
RESPECTABLE WIDOW would like work
In clothing house eewlnp on tickets and
buehellns or caretaker of employes' lunch
and cloak room. Relss. 25 McDoural st .
Brooklyn.
BTKNOGRAPHER and TYPEWRITE3R,
Experienced and ability to grasp detail
work. Address A . 47 Hovt St.. Brooklyn
6TENOGRAPHT. typewriting, fao simile
duplicating, superb work- cheap rates
law work; stenograp^rs furnished per
manent and temporarily. 4845--Beekman
JIPP STENOGRAPHERS' EXCHANGE!
ISO NasEau st
STENOGRAPHER. TYPEWRITER, ma
tured, well educated; accurate tran
scriber; highly recommended. 3 t
Tribune Office.
STB.S'OGRAPHER. frocl Bransmarlan
twu years' •xpsjrienca; Al references.
AiMrets El T. II . 101 Bewea St.. Brooklyn
TUTORING desired by a Vassar graduate
references exchanged. Address 3. T
Tribune Uptown Office. 1384 Broadway.
TEACHER. — Lady desires engagement to
teach English branches, piano. Hiss G
1564 Broadway.
TFI\CHEn. — By North German Ir.flv; resi
dent position to teach German. 'English
and French; highly competent tn all these
languages; would take visiting position.
Call at last employer's October 13. between
11 and 1. 118 East 25th ft.
VISITING GOVBRNE33 to children; Ger
man; will go out with them; teaches Ger
man, French and music: morning engage
ment: beet references. X., Walters, SSo
10th are.
nOMJaSTIC SITUATIONS WANTED
Mala.
ATTENDANT — Companion to an In valid |
experienced, educated, gentlemanly; ao
customed to travel; New York references.
Oraham. B9 Lexington aye.
BUTLER, &o. — Competent Frenoh ooup!«i
private family: man butler, valet and
useful; wife la4r§ maid and chambermaid;
first class city recommendations as to abil
ity, character. Ferdinand. 016 West 41st st.
BUTLER and ymJat. by «P*rlenoed Jap
anese; November 1; private family; city,
country; good rafennces; no cards or rei
erenose re»julr«d. Matuse. 134 N«w York
ays., Brooklyn.
BUTI.KK and V ALET- MAID.— By mar.
rlea cousle; city or country. F. M. 8.,
Tribune Uptown Omce, 1384 Broadway.
CHEF.— French; good experlencei to pri
vate family; sober, honest; first class city
reference. Address Augusta. Tribune Up
town Office, 1804 Broadway.
CHXP. — Hotel or r«staur*n» t good rafer.
•nee. Pletro M . 921 Gllllaa aye.. West
H^bok«n. N J
COOK. &O.— IIOUKEKKEPER.— By Q«rm«a
couple; no children; man dinner, order,
pastry cook; wife general housework; good
refertcje. 313 East C&th it.
CARBTAKEn. Ac— By man and wife; re
fined Americans; Protestants, no children
man us caretaker or manager of gentle-i
mnn's estato: good penman, accountant and
fully competent; rarereac**. Adirass 8. i\
Vlskaraoc li«r»w it., Brooklyn.
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED.
Malt.
OOt/PLE. French, to do work of small
house; city or country; or wife would act
os mala and seamstress; man as butler or
useful man. A. F.. MKs KltsOsrald's Bu
reau, 803 sth aye.. corner 42d rt.
COt'PLE, American; man as butler, oosich
man or useful man; wife as cook and
housekeeper; or as caretakers for bachelor's
apartment or small family; city or country.
J. 8., Miss FltxGeralds Bureau. 603 sth
aye.. corner 42d St.
COACHMAN and useful man: oountrr:
beet references. Eiias Fleet, care of E.
A. Whitman 1028 Pacific st., Brooklyn.
COACHMAN. 84, on gentleman's country
place; strong and willing to work and
make himself useful. Address Terrence
McCaffrey, llfl West lfith st.
COACHMAN —By thoroughly reliable young
man; married, no children; beet personal
reference; city or country. Davis. 122 La.w
rtnee st.
COACHMAN. — Colored; good driver; under
stands fine horses, carriages; willing,
handy around house; care for furnace: best
city reference from last place. R. H. Dally,
118 West £3d st.
COACHMAN— Married; first class man:
thoroughly understands his business;
rtrlctly temperate; steady, reliable man:
expert driver; country preferred. Address
Cullerton. 2072 Bth aye.
COACHMAN — Thnrmigh. strictly temper
ate: aged 4f>: married, two children; care
for auto; country or suburbs; best refer
ences. Address Steuben, Tribune T7ptown
Offlce. 1864 Broadway.
COACHMAN, single; excellent reference* as
to capability and sobriety. Add-ess J.
W., Tribune Uptown Office. 1364 Broadway.
COACHMAN' —By vety neat. tljy. smooth
faced young man; takes best care of
horse*, harness, carriages, et.-. . careful
driver; generailv useful, excellent refer
ence. Ellas, at Carpenter's, 1M flth aye.
CO A OHM AN— COOK —Couple, with two
children. 4 and 15 years old; man coach
man, gardener and handy man; wife cock
and general houseworker; city or oountry
fiwedleh Emplyment Bureau, 747 I^exlr.g
ton aye.
COACHMAN— First class; thoroughly un
derstands his business; English. 27; mar
ried; neat appearanre; excellent references.
Address H. H.. 1 fainlew st.. Hartford.
Conn.
COACHMAN.— Married. 33; thoroughly ex
perienced; competent, honest; ex»«el!ent
references; eight years present place. Ad
dress Coachman. Th« Knolls, Morris Plains
K. ,T.. or telephone I.lo9— Broad. New York
City.
COURIER, VALET.— Travelling servant to
gentleman or family; understand* nurs
ing; speaks several languages; first class
references. Address A. Tyrrell, Tribune
Uptown OiTire. IG>>4 Broadway,
TAHMER or ÜBEFVL MAN.—B y Irish
man: married, no children; wife excel
lent cook; well recommended. At Carpen
ter's JV;re*u. 154 6th aye.
FARMER (Foreman).— Good worker: Amer
ican; has served years at the business;
experienced In all work: horses, cattle pica;
all stock and machinery, excellent herds
man; 40 cows at present: used to boarding
and handling help; successful with poultry
strictly sober and best references. G. C '
Carpenter's Bureau, 154 6th aye.
tIAP.PKNER. — Married, no r!;iliren: age.l
4, r i; life experience in all departments of
pp :■ Ulon; good referenceit. Address w. O ,
Tribune Office.
GARDENER.— Scotch; sinfrle; temperate
and thoroughly experienced In all
branches of gardening'; capable or taking
full charge of gentleman's country place ;
t-,, 'f<"erenceg. Address Gardener, Trib
une Uptown Office. 1364 Broadway.
OARDENF.R. — First class; outside and
greenhouses: references. Charles Eraulter
220 Eest 42d st.
OARPKNER. — American, married; thor
oughly understands the business in all Its
branches: best of. references. D. W. L.,
Bridseman's seed store, 37 East 19th st.
HOUSEWORKER or BT'TI.ER. by re
fined Japanese young man. In small
country family; reference. Noaky. 830
East K7th st
HOUSE-MAN • — Bi' yrwins; man. as elevator
runner; <an furnish reference. Willie
Keenan. 132 Went 63d st.
JANITOR. — By sober, reliable, woman: hot
or col'i water flats: no children: willing
to ray part rent. Mrs. Evans, 730 Colum
bus aye., top il or. back.
JANITOR— and wife 89 Janitor: no
children; honest; carpenter by trade. 234
West 6T>th ft.
JAPANESE wants position anywhere as
cook In (tentieman's r>la<-e or clubhouse;
grHid references. R. F., 107 Cherry st.
JAPANESE, good cook, wanu position:
general housework; small family or apart
ment: references. L&ka. 107 Cherry st.
FSKI'IL CT)MPAN7ON or MOTIIITR'S
HKLPER-— By competent person. Ad
drefs Home, Tribune Uptown OfT!c», 1364
Broadway.
USEFUL. MAN wants rfwttlon with private
family: city or country; inside or cuteide
wmii '• tt reference. Useful, Box lOi
617 Ota aye.
USEFUL MAN wants position with private
family; city or country; Inside or outside
work; best city reference. Useful. Box loi.
617 6th aye.
USEFUL MAN. house man: Just ilisen
cmged; thoroughly understands steam,
boilers, furnaces, pumps, machinery, elec
tricity: clean windows, brasses, sidewalks:
superior city recommendations; abstainer:
■wages $40. Trustworthy, Tribune Uptown
Office. 1384 Broadway.
USEFUL MAN— Country; understands
horses ar.d furnaces; best recommend i
tions: last employer can be seen. Lo t
Bex 107, 617 6th aye
VALET. — Speaks several languages; useful
ir.an; good reference; city. a "dress G..
Box 18, Tribune Office.
VALET. — Attendant to an Invalid; experi
enced, educated, gentlemanly; accustomed
to travel; New York references. Graham.
69 Lexington aye.
VALHT or BUTLER, first e!asa, by Swiss;
understands plain cooking; extra: very
good city references. Address X . 200 Kast
S7th et. "
VALET. — Colored man. a£3d 22. as va'et.
S. S. Stewart, 317 West Sfith Bt
Y.'AIVER — Austrian. 20: speaks English;
In hotel or family. Address Daniel Jor
tngbnna, 243 East 43th st.
WAITER. — Frenchman. 20: hotel or pri
vate family. Andark. care of Cyan. 245
East 45th st.
WAITKR ■n-l? v ies poslt'on. T r ., care of
Mr. Fagan. 2118 Sth aye.
WAITER — By youns; man. colored, as
porter: willing and obliging. Address
James W. Llndsey, 11 Contalla st.
Female
X»MPANION. -By graduate nurse; willing
to be useful: salary moderate. Address
H. H. X.. Box 100. Ifemi'stead, L. I.
COOK. — First class. Swedish; capable;
has excellent references from New
York families. Jusslla Bureau, SSO Lex
ington aye.
COOK, Canadian, best personal and
written references; wage? $30. also
waitress, $23. Flaherty's Bureau, 4^:>
Columbus aye., near 83d st. Tel.. 741
River.
COOK. CHAMBERMAID ar.d WAITRESS.
—Two young girls in city would s«paratf,
two yearn' reference; $2t> $25. K. Hof
may«t'B Bureau. 1M West 23<1; .ail after 10.
COOK, LAUNDRESS.— Two young girls;
$83-130: three year*' reference. M. Ho!
mayer's Bureau, 15 Went "3d st. ; telephone
after 10. i>«4 Chelsea.
COOK. — Experienced In all brunches of
cooking: wouia take club, echcol. tea
room or private family:, excellent r"f-r
ir.cea: city or country; $80. E. N.. Miss
ritzOerald'a Employment Bureau. 803 Fifth
a vs., corner *~i st.
OOOK.--C!ubt white 160. Mrs. Fits
Patrician EJmployraent Bureau Broad
way Arcade. 1947 Broadway; subway and
■*1/' stations. 66th it.; mi reached by
transfer.
COOKS.— CIub; colored: $50 to $60. Mrs.
FIU Patrick's Employment Bureau.
Hroa.lway Area**, 1*47 Broadway; subway
Vuih'r" 1 "" 11 ' ** th «•: easily leachei
Svedtsh Einp'.orment Bureau. 74Y Lei
ington are.
C1 22.%^; P /l rtt t ela ' i: • Thftr * Wtchanmald !•
tJr^rt r HLS? l J S* eour>»7;r >»7; ocuctry pr»
f»rr«d. Sweilsh Exchange. 594 8d are.
C( i?,s*7V y colored woman, or cook and
Ot £2kZS em * lent !n an »»-anohe« : «Ity or
° cvl L tr > »p'» 135; references. 820 »d
aye. . Portor s bell.
O i v :~" By y°«nir woman; do plain oooking
'//.* ? miX American family; good refer
«nc«*. Janitor. 1462 2d aye.
*»V. H* tl(1 ? : bMt r.f.renoes;
-.!!•£«■ ?2>: has sister waitress: to
?;,". or ■•»•">»•• Flaherty's Bureau.
741 i; olumbu » »M(B.. no*r BSd st. Tel..
COOK. WASH and IRON, by respeotafele
S«f t» wa * M no , 1 >••• «>•»» »«• Apply
5," jßr m ,« l •« . nrooklm. Monday. Tues
'•»" nr Wednesday. No cards.
C^ n MAID, or GENERAL HOUSE
WORK.-Young, strong ami neat. <ood
rffrrfnrn. JT |VM * family or small hot-l.
Csll Mrs. WAONERB EMP. BUREAU.
ff ■ i *£}.2 v*-i.v *-i. >>«twi»«n »th and OTth sts.. or
T«!. 24t&— i^iian*
STEAMBOATS.
[}{] mated) en OBdwbep
(By LHjai^oßg]fc]ft a
Palatial Steamers "NEW YORK." "AL
BANY ' and "HENDRICK HUDSON" of
the Hudson River Day Line, fastest and
finest river boats In the world.
Lv.Bklyn., Fulton St. (by Annex). 00 A.M.
" Desbrosses 6t Pier 8:40 "
" West 42.1 St 8:00 •'
" West lMth St. 8:20 "
Landing at Tonkers, West Point. New
burgh. Poughkeepsie. Kingston Point. Cats
kill. Hudson and Albany. Dally. except
Sunday. Special trains to Cat-kill Mts. re
sorts and Saratoga, and easy connections to
all points East. North and West. Through
tickets and baggage checked at offices of
N. T. Transfer Co. Through rail ticket*
between N. Y. and Albany accepted. Most
delightful one-day outings to West Point.
New burgh or Po'keeysas). returning on down
boat. Restaurant open at 7A. M. MUSIC.
LAST TRIPS— Up. Oct. 20. Down. Oct. 22.
NEW YORK— ALBANY.
HUDSON RIVER BY SEARCHLIGHT.
Steamers C. W. MORSE Tuesday. Thursday
and Saturday, and ADIRONDACK, alter
cating, lv. Pier 32. N. R.. foot of Canal
St.. 6 P. M.; West 128 th St.. 6:30 P. M..
dally (Sundays excepted). "Direct connec
tion with rail lines at Albany for pclnts
NORTH. EAST AND WEST.
EXCUtuiION $2.50.
ITD /TT\ (^ TPrtT^ f?{l AND POINTS IN
lln VU/ «=D U Uf LVJ NEW ENGLAND.
FALL RIVER LINE via Newport and Fall
River. Lye Pier 19. N. R.. ft. Warren St..
week days and Sundays, 3:00 P. M. Strs.
Prlsel and Puritan. Orchestra on each.
NORWICH LINE via New London. Leave
Pier 40, N. R.. fort Clarkson St.. week days
only. «}• M. Steamers City of Lowell and
Chester W. Chapln.
NEW HAVEN LINE for New Haven.
Hartford and North. Leave Pier 20. B. R-.
week days only. 2:43 P. M.: foot East 23d
6t.. 8 P. M. Steamer Richard Peck.
CATSIILLS, HUDSON AND
COSSACXIE BOATS
L«av» Pier 43. N R . we»k-days. If It
DOMESTIC SITI'ATIOVS WANTED.
Female.
COOK. Ac. — Two girls; Protestants; first
c!a*3 cook, gocii baker; other chamber
iraid or waitress, or b^th; .Mty or country.
Morrow's Bureau, 721 L*xtngton aye., cor^
r.er 58th St.
COOK. — Competent; good city referenoe.
228 East 74th et. : rlr.g Noonan's belL
COOK. Swedish, by day or week; in private
family; city or country; or dinner and
luncheons. A. 8.. Slfl East 33d st.
CHAMBERMAID, willing to help at
other duties, has excellent reference*;
Finnish glr!. Jussttla Bureau. 6»0 Lex
ington aye.
CHAMBERMAID OR WAITRESS. —
n»at. qul<*vc worker; excellent city refer
ence; $22&523. S. Hofmayer's, Bureau. 153
West 23(1 st.; call after 10; telephone. 1564
Chelsea.
CHAMBERMAID. — By respectable woman:
h«lp with washing; best reference from
good city families. B. J., care of Butcher.
917 M a-.e.
DAT S WOKK. — By rellal te colored woman.
i 'n.il or adJress care of Johnson. 115 West
46th st.
ELDERLY LADY, without encumbrances,
wishes employment xvhere she can be
generally useful to assist *vHh l!j?ht work:
moderate wages; no washing. Address Mrs.
W., 24 Commerce st., near Bleecker.
EXPERIENCED North German governess
wants re-engagement: English acquired
In England; French, kindergarten, muslo.
physical cara; best city referencea: Chris
tian family only; city or country. Address
Miss B-. 909 Cau'dwell a.ye . Bronx.
EMERGENCY WOMAN; good cook and
nurse. Ward, 75 West 71dt et.
GEXKKAL HOUSEWORK by young
Finland girl Just landed; very neat aad
willing; city only. Jusstla Bureau. «S0
Lexington aye.
GENERAL HOUSEWORK. —By young
Finnish girl. Just landed. In American
private family, city. Jusslla Bureau, 680
Lexington aye.
GENERAL HOUSEWORK by neat colored
girl in apartment: good referenoe. call
Mrs Harris. 43 West «6th st.
GENERAL HOU3F.WORKKR. neat and
tidy; best references; al*o green srirl.
willing to learn; moderate) wage*.
Flaherty's Bureau. 455 Columbus aye
near SM st. Tel.. 741 River.
HOUSEKEEPER. — Or linen room In hotel;
American; can furnish excellent refer
ence. A.. M!? 1 Fitzgerald's Bureau. 303
Bth aye.. cor. 42 f st.
HOUPEWORKER. &c. — Coup!»: woman
houseworker. good cook, excellent laun
dress: man understands cows. hors»3; use
ful all around: city or country. Morrow's
Bureau. 721 Lexington aye., comer 6Sth St.
H"'Si:KEEPER. -By an experienced
American lady In Institution, hospital or
school. W. 0.. 263 West l'J?th st.
-;WOP.K. — Experienced woman: small
family; no laundry; good reference. Call
904 Amsterdam ave-. Burns' s tell.
HOUSEWORKER-— Young German In city:
VXM2S- F. Hofmayer'a Bureau, 153
West 23d st. ; call after 1") o'clock.
HOUSEWORK.— By r.eat T-'ngMsh -woman;
Protestant; jrocxl cook; plain lauadresi;
small family of aduits; short distance In
country: reference. J. W., 13*5 Weal lDth
St., thirl !';o-<r, front.
HOUSEKEEPRR— By reflr.ed middle ajred
:. Protestmßt woman; private family
■:-r Institution; highest references. Mrs. I*
A. Mac Lean. Trtbuna Uptown Offlca. 13*V4
Broadway.
HOVSEKEK.PER.— Experienced elderly per
son; country preferred; wagea no object:
would like to use own furniture or place to
store same: references. Address H. Box 30.
Tr'.buce Office.
LAUNDRESS. ftr« class; can do up
shirts; best reference. Jusslia Bureau.
680 Lexington aye.
LAUNDRESS. Ac— By neat young girl: first
class laundress; has Mend nurse, good
seamstress; city or country. Morrow's Bu
reau 721 Lexington aye., corner BSth st.
Tel. 1028 — Plaza.
LAUNDRESS-— Youna girl from Pennsyl
vania; three years' reference; $30. G.
Hof mayor's Bureau. 153 West 23d stt. ; tele
phono after I .'. l»*i Chelsea.
LADY'S MAID.— By educated German. In
refined homo. Address M. B. care of
Mrs. A. X ..T. 546 West 67th ft.. Poom 21.
LAUNDRESS, first class, wishes ladles'
wash: home or day's work. Sadie "Wllkle.
67 West &»th et.
LAUNDRESS. — CttloMd, first c!a»*; work at
homtj or out by the <Jay. Walker. 63
«Ui a-. •.
LAUNDRESSES, Swedish, for |40, $33, J25.
Swedish Employment Bureau. 747 Lex
ington aye.
MIDDLE AGED woman to go out by the
day as mother's assistant and do plain
savins; private family. 347 Park are..
ring Cunningham's hell.
MANAGING HOUSEKEEPER.— By young
widow of reflß*mMtt! i»<tl«nt, educated:
'.:i ■widower's family; no objeoiton to chil
dren; or would aot as travelling companion
to lady; references exchanged. AdJresa
Bellevue. Upper Montclair. N. J.
NURSE, SEAMSTRESS.— t«nne.l Ger
man Kir': wages reasonable; also first
class laundress; private [amity; understand
collars and cuffs. Willies Bureau. 037 3d
aye.. 67th si.
NX' USE to Invalid la iy or gentleman; hos
pital experience; good seamstress. Buß
West 10th st . second floor.
PRACTICAL. NURSE wishes care Invalid;
give masaage; rtjerences New York and
Philadelphia doctor* Nurse. 8723 Lan
caster aye.. Wast Philadelphia.
PRACTICAL NURSE wishes care of In
\iilil or elderly lady; give massage; ref
erence. New York and Philadelphia doctors.
3723 Lancaster ay*.. Phlladelphli.
RESPECTABLE colored girl sires a place
to work a tew hours dally. Address or
ca'l 131 West &3d at., ring Addlson bell.
BE \MPTRESS.— American woman as maid
un.l seaaiitres.i; would Ilka permanent
position In private family; would cure for
elderly lady; *'-" per month. A«JJresj .\i.
A ISM Uroadway.
W\BHINQ. — Respectable colored woman to
do washing acd ironing at home or go
out by the day. Nora Johns. 804 West
12Pth st.
v:aITIXO— CHAMBERMAID, by young
Irish girl; four months' references"
e\x months in country; wages m -
Flaherty's Bureau. 455 Columbus aye
near tid it Tel. 741 Rivtr.
WAITRESS. — Competent Oennan girl
first class, wishes cltr position: has
best city references. Jusstia Bureau
Bureau. HO Lexlngtcn aye
WORKINO HOfEEKEEPBR -Thoroughly
understands her business; good coolt and
personal references. AdJrcsa E. H.. Trlb
un« Uptown Office, 130* Broadway.
WORKINO HOUSEKEEPER or NURSE to
Invalid: English woman; references; rea
sonable. 5. Wright, car* Powers, 2103 Sth
are.
WABiriNO. — Respectable woman to do fine
washing br th* doxen. or by week; bast
reference. «1 West bOth st ground floor
wast, ring E. Johnson's bell. '
V.-\i.i;-.- «w«dlah «lrl; would heln
WASHING. IRONING. CLEANING —Bar
EaTTSSuJ <Ut bY m * da Mr "* Mor * n ™*
RAILROADS. I
RAILROAD.
STATIONS foot of West Twenty-third St.
and Desbroases and Cortlan'lt Sts.
X/TThe leaving tin from Desbrossea and
Cortlandt Sts la five minute* later than
that given below for Twenty-third St. SUt
tlon.
FOR THE WEST.
•7 MA. M. CHICAGO SPKCTAL. ;
•».O8 A. M. PITTSBURGH DAT EX
•10.55 A, M. THE PENNSYLVANIA LIM- !
ITBD. — Chicago. Cincinnati ■
and St. Louis.
•1.68 P.M. ST. LOUIS LIMITED
•IMP. M. CHICAGO. CINCINNATI AND
ST. 1.. •! IS EXPRESS .
•3 58P.M. PENNSYLVANIA SPECIAL.
10 hours to Chicago.
•4 63 P. M. CHICAGO LIMITED.
•5 35 P. M. WESTERN EXPRESS.
•d.23 p. M. bt. Louis and cincin- '
nati express;
7.65 p. M. PACIFIC express. I
•8.23 p. M. clevel.»^.'d and CINCIN
nati kx j.tss
•o.ss p. M. PiTTabUiTG* 1 special.
Washington and the socth. _ '
•7.63. 8.23. ••» •» 53. *10 '5 a. m.. 12.23.
•12 53. 2.10 «*3.25. "Cjo^ressionai Lim
ited"). »3 25. »4.25. »4.33. *333. » 25 p. m ,.
12.10 night. Sunday. «23. *9 25. -10 55
a. m.. 1225. »12.55. i*B.». "Congressional
Limited'). '3.23. »423. '1.33. "5 ». » -3
p. m.. 12 10 night.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY.— •B.23. «4 23 p. m.. j
12.10 a. in. daily.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE.— •» 23 a. m. and I
9.23 p. m. dally.
SEABOARD AIR L1NE.— 12.23 p. "> and
12.10 a. m. dally.
NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAILWAY —
•3.25 p. m. dally.
CHESAPEAKE * OHIO RAILWAY — *7 33
a. m. week-days: *10.53 a. m. anl '* o3
p. m. daily.
FOR OLD POINT COMFORT and NOR
FOLK. — '7.25 a. m. week-days and I Si
v m dally.
ATLANTIC CITY— 9S3 a. TV. and 2.53
p. m. week-day Sun lays. *7.63 a. m.
CAPE MAY.— p. m. weekdays.
LONG BRANCH. ASBURY PARK (Ocean
Grove; (North Ashury Park Sundays), ard
Point Pleasant. 8.53 a. m.. 12.23. 3.25.
4.25. and 4.35 p. m. week-days. Sundays.
25. 10. S> a. m.. and 4.35 p. m.
FOR PHILADELPHIA.
6.08. •7.25. •7.33. « 29. 55. •» 25. '2.33.
•t10.53. 'lOSS. '11.35 a. m.. 12.23. »12 33. |
•f1.65. •1.65. 2.10. 2.33. »3.23. 3.13. 4-3. !
•4.25. 4.13 <«t4.n3 for North Philadelphia |
only). *5.58. •« ■£>. 6.53. 7.63. 8.20. 35. »23
(ft 53 for North Philadelphia only) p. n>..
12.10 night week-days. Sundays. 6.03. |
•7.33. 823 «».23. 053 »t10 55. *lOC3 J
a. m.. 12.23. •12 58, «tl 83. »1 53. »3.23.
3 55. *4.23 (•t4.55 for North Philadelphia
only), •4.55 »5 53. *ft 23, 7.65. 9.23. 8.55.
9.25 (9 .',5 for Norta Philadelphia only)
p. m . 12.10 night.
•Dir.lr.ar car.
Ticket offices. Nos. 461. 1354 and 170 Broad
way; 182 Fifth Avenue (below 23d St.): i
263 Fifth Avenua (corner 20tJi St.), and
stations r.ame •. above; Brooklyn. 4 Court
Street. 336 Fulton Street, 470 No*trand
Avenue, 390 Broadway aid Pennsylvania
Annex Station. The New York Transfer '
Company will call for and check baggage,
from hotels and residences through to j
destination.
Telephone "343 Chelsea" for Pennsylvania '
Railroad Cab Service.
W. W. ATTERBURY. X R. WOOD.
General Manager. Fass'r Trade Manager.
GEO. W. BOYD.
General Passenger Agent. i
OCEAN STEAMERS.
OO9LV 3
G3913E TRIPS
AT '
k LL I3BG!LU!DE3
New Twin-screw B. 8. "Bermudtarr"
■alia from New York Oct. 24, So:. 7. 21.
Book soon II you are. going.
Many bertha sold for each dat«.
Other tours and tickets everywhere ta. th«
wide, wide world.
245. 1200 Broadway. 640 Madison ay*. N.T.
Boston. Philadelphia, Chicago. San Fran
cisco', etc.
HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE.""
Twin Screw Passenger Serrlco.
PLYMOUTH— CHEP>BOURO— HAMBTJRO.
Deutschland.Oct.lß,: a.m! Amwlka.. ..Oct. 23
Patricia.. Oct.a>.S.SOa.mlPretorla Oct. 27
Mediterranean Service.
TO GIBRALTAR— NAPLES— GENOA.
•Mo'.tke Oct. 23|»TMoltlc«- ....Jan. 29
Hamburg.... Nov. 15 »Deut9Chland. 4
•Moltke Deo. 4 Hamburg Feb. 1»
Hamburg Jan. 10; Hamburg ....Mat. 23
•Has Grill Room and Gymnasium. TMedi
terranaan ana Orient CruUa. 70 days.
Eight Days to Italy.
BT THE OREAT FLYER DETJTSCHLAND
From New York. February 4, 1907.
DURING JAN.. FEB. AND MARCH.
SPECIAL CRUISES TO THE If* " lf T|B TP
MEDITERRANEAN AND THE|y)'j»il£A 0
ALSO TO
JAMAICA^ WEST INDIES.
TOURIST BUREAU.
R. R. Tickets, hotel accommodations and
general Information about foreign travel.
Travellers' checks good all over the world.
OFFICE. 37 BROADWAY. N. Y.
•Phone. 1900 Rector. Piers. Hoboken.
ffIUjBTW mUM LL'J J«
Fast Express Service
PLYMOUTH— CHEJtBOURO— BREMEN.
K. Wm. II Oct. 18. 3 A.M.
Kronprlnj Oct. 27. noon
Kaiser Nov. 6. 10 A.M.
K. Wm. II — .....Nov. 20. 9 A.M.
Kaiser ....Deo. 4. 10 A. M-
Kronprlna Dec. 13. 2 P.M.
Tuln-Screw Passenger Service.
PLYMOUTH— CHERBOURG— BREMEN.
Frledrlch Oct. is. A. M.
•Chemnitz Oct. 23. 10 A.M.
•Tra.o M jjov. 1. 10 A. M.
•Brandenburg . . . . Nov. 9. 10 A.M.
•Bremen — ....Nov. 15 10 A.M.
Frt-drich Nov. 22. 10 A.M.
•Bremen direct.
Mediterranean Service.
GIBRALTAR— NAPLES— G SNOA.
K. Lulso Oct. 27. UA.X
K. Albert „. Nov. 10. It A. M.
P- Irene , Dec 1. HA.il.
K. Lulso _ ....Dec. S. 11 A. M.
K. Albert Jan. 12. 11 A M.
P- Irene Jan. I* 11 A. M.
From Bremen Piers. 3d & 4th 3ts.. Hoboken.
NORTH GERMAN LLOYt> TR.WBLLERS'
CIIEj-KS GOOD ALL OVER THE WORLD.
OBLRICHS A CO.. No. ft Bnadway. N. Y.
Louis H. Meyer. li>l(j Walrut St.. PhKa.
AKSHICAN LINE lo:^S!erI o :^S!er 0 i 3 O ■ m
PLYSIOrTH-OHKRB-^IoUTHAMPTON
st:io VY u o , 3k::::S!-S?3 k ::::S!-S?i st - Paul XDv lJ
&sl> STA^ LINE 5~»"
wroow^wp^n^^oN'. parts).
WHITE STAR | DIB From P,,,
T^ KBDimRANE A N OV: vV ;B
FROM NEW Yurv AZORES
REPITIUC. Oot. IS.noon . rv . t 7"
CRETIC Sw JBn™ n frO>n *«*tcn»
CEDP.IC.Xov ? 20 Jan "B:" B : £*J "i? 1 "- 30
CELTIC •. j *"• h b " «> 21 OK*
R.M^rc^! BO3TOV V - 7jTO - > ''^
ROMA NIC Ch\ 4 « ,n N "
■ ' v N --'Pl • . . . N, v IT ' MS*• m : Aprll W
PABSENOER oWICE q Vn m: jRn 13
Fright Q ff ,.. Whujgj.j^l^Ap^
via QLEK NSTOw.v
carmaniaV.V.V.V o °, ct > ' 1 -i. M.
O'BnALTARIIv?LY ttB i^«- X^-" »
PANNONIA..V "6°t Jlft t9t COOn : '>o 4
BSaSIgSFHK*TiteB S3
VERNON'nV BROWN " <vSi 8 J F «° : »
21-24 State St.. cpc^slt, V^ n A .^;t.
«• THE XX * TOl( * ~*^lte^ r r
Superb Service.
Nil D Th« Rout* of Comfort.
41 *"•*" Booklet, rail Information.
TO the Express Nile 3. s. Co.
CATARACTS I *™AT>" X '
I NEW YORK
; "J^A VELOCE"—Fast Italian Una.
Sailing from Pter «4. North nutr ft
of 84th St.. tor Nsplssj and Genoa. "
Bolognas'. Hartne'.d & Co.. 2u Wall St
DOMESTIC SITCATIOX3 WANTED.
Female.
WAITRESS.— CoIored girl wotUa Ilka coal
tlon m waltr^a la private famllv or
snvUl boarding house; best references
FUh«r. 62 Montgomery tt.. Jerse" city.
WET NUR3B — By reapectabl* youn« Ge^
man. Boar* Us West 47U». *
WAITRESS. — Competent waitress who will
assist with cbamK-mork; strictly Jrr"
aonal reference re., i|r«i Apply at w
Kant l«th M before 1 o'clock.
WASIIIN'i- German woman; horn* wash
first o!a«« hand laundry; no steam'
shins fine ladles' wear; faintly « sh , ur l
• »l». done up uk« Mw . 4T5 %vi»» iv».
_ in _ | E.\n,BOAP3. \
"America. Greatest Railroad. *
I -.'■ "
% MLCSON RIVER RAiURCAS
tat'- * lon ' •• **"£ •'<•»'' T«i „
,- AI J 2 *** trains. except is, 830 a
« ' IJsJh MM? r'^'v, * P *•••
"-VMiDNirjHT KXPRES3
T. 50 A. MM — t ADIROXDACK3 4 iffir
«:30A.M.-TKMPIRS STATE EC
PRESS. Most taaoui tMßfe*
8:43 A. M. — «FA?T MATL—34 hour* t»
ia «w 'I»tCM". w
10:20 A. M —•Da v V"VT»t»yao
MSE «--*THn s^cTn^empirs.
2.01 P. iI.--^SOLTHWESTERM 1.111
i^p „ ITED. A!J Pullman Can.
r ""ri/HE 2f>TH ''BNTCRT LQb
i.iAp „ ITED— IS hours to CStc»*<».
**' \r"~« AST MAII^-For Albany.
»~u P. M.-»UKE BHOKE LIMITED^
»3'^ hour train to Chlcoxx
3JO P. M._-CLEVEI^ND. CINCTMNATX
and -,r t/v;i3 ijinrrßL
" ™ p " --rxi'Rßsa.
T»P" M MONTR -A T -. EXPRESS. AJfW
8 OOP <•» H?^-I? EAL *ExAes£ Ain>
800 P. M._^ •TiCFVALO. N I A O A n A
[AUj land im
t:» P. M.-^sV/n5 ?E( iI E^ TOBX
ll:M .P. M -'CHICAGO ft 3T IX>ITI3 E(P.
C*y y - *=■*«£<■ Sanday. :x «pi Mo»i
- _ HAKLKiI DIVISION 1 .
8 * A. il. and Ml r M .«*i|t nwl
ft^f^ " Xi "or,h-JSSff
Pullman rars on all tSrnugS tr%,a»
•t office at 1«. 245 » .
Brt »dway : f nion 9q
Ivinnhm av f , 117 V,'t,t lUSth « Grmnd
»-Z tral an< * 12Sth Bt ttat'om. N«W T-rk-
ar.j T.i Fulton «t. »ad 106 Brc*<J*»,'
T*j-phon» 'V» Sftix StTMf for C*»
service. Eairsraif. ch«ok«.l from kotal «•
resilience W^iicott Expr»»!i.
>. H^ SMrTH. C. P. DALT.
V!ce-Pres & Oea p 1 Mzr. Passr Trmffl- Man
STATION {^^r^N.! 8 -""
rr:.m L te:*y at.
ad at. leaves 10 mlnutwi earl'er «£
c«pt as not*.! by dedicating: marks.
PHILADELPHIA.
•4 30. xn7.00. mB.OO. -XCO. m'lo.oo. •'.I'm.
■ - ?• £
BAJLTXiIORB AVD WASHrN'tJ-TOW
• --co. Nov. *•*.'». m«»o»,
LVKEWOOQ^AXD LAKEHCP.3T— z4 60
.*!: * J -' **13. Sundays. 8.30, 0.40 A. M.
A^AKTIG CITT-^9.4a A. M.. xl.0O: SIU
LO^'O BRANCH. ASBITRT PARK
OCEAN GROVE (Sundays. N*. Asbu-J
Park>-i4CO. « •«) 11.30 A . M.. ex ;o «T
1-30. «■».«. 3 13. 8.30. B.3<X Jl^Ot Sub^
Aa>lr..Toorß.A a> lr..Toor B . S t S : R n i i orovß - z *-°°- ™
Tlnn tables glvlntr trnlns to EASTOV
BETHIJCHEM. /
CHVXK V
RHADIXO. HAPvUISBURO. POTT3VIfxS.'
WIIJJAMSPORT and ail other Ddntii c£
be obtainec at fallowing offices; Über^ S»_.
fWest 23d St. TW.. 3U4 Chelsea). « A»toi
House. 243. <•'■». JBOO. 1354 Broadway 133
3th at, 281 MH v- 25 Ualan Squm w«r
2T9K Sd Ay., 105 West 153 th St.. 243 C»L
tainbua Ay.. Xew York: 4 Court St.. 34*.
3** Pulton St.. 479 Nostrand xv B»o£
I""-. 52° Broadway. WUlianwbßr£ Nsw
York Transfer Co. calls for and chacia iii
gat--^ 111 1 deatinaUon.
»r>ally ♦ Daily. except Sunday. pSaa.
«ay«. tParlcr cars only. aExcept Satar.
a»y»- mßlntn* car. x3atnxda » anlT.
tFrom Liberty St. only.
From Twenty-third Street— «12 20 Pst
also P " **• 31LSt> P - *■ "■»
JV.o. BESLER. W C. HOPE.
V!ce-PrM. A On. Msr. Gen. PassT A««t
BALTIMORE & CHIO S. B.
ROYAL BLUES UNE TRAIN'S
"Every other hour on the even hour"
TO BALTIMORE AND WASHJNG^n-T
Leave New York City. 23d StUb'Vst
•WAS HINOTON. Bu.tet. Tim am si,' ?n
fWASHIXGTON. Dir.er7 <».*>am lOOoi^
tW.VSHINGTON. Diner. 11.50 am liOO a?
tWASHINGTON. Buffet. 1.50 pra 200 n^
f'ROYAL LTD. " Diner. 3..-..J pS tuuS2
WASHINGTON*. Diner. 9.50 pm 908 n?
♦WASHINGTON. Buffet, «i.30 pn» 7»m
tWASHINQTON, SIeepers. 11.30 »m 1113 a™
•Ex. Sunday. tDally.
Through \Dally . tins to the Wast.
Leave New York Ctty. 2U st. Llb'T 9»
CHICAGO, PITTSRURO, TL3Q pra r'sf.
CHICAGO. COLUMBT-9. 11.50 am 12 U) a'a
PITTSIirRp. CLEVE-D. S.3opm 4.0 Cto
••PITTSBUftc; LIMITED" «.*, pra T.oaSs
CIN..ST.LOUI3.LOUI3V.. ILSOpra 12 13 ?t
ST LOUIS I. or ■;-*?.. 93Oara 10.00 »n»
CIN..ST.LOUIS.LOUISV «.30pm «.oOpa
OlSces: 243. 434. 1300 Broadway. 6 A»tc»
Rouae, 103 Creenwlca St., 23 Union Squasa
W. SOI Grand St.. N. V.: 843 Fulton St..
Brooklyn: West 231 St. and Liberty St.
After 6 p. m. sleecing car reservations
and fun Information r«sard!n< tralss. eta.,
can be obtalnod at Bureau of lafcnr-atlon,
B. ft O. R. r 23d St. T«rtß!nsl. "Phone
No. Chelsea — 3144.
K. V.. X. H. & HARTFORD R. E. ;
Train* depart from Grand Central Station.
421 St. and 4-ri Aye.. as follows far
L-OSTON. via *-ew London & Prov.— ttS-.00.
U;',10:0O. •* 10:08 A. M.. lot
•x 1:01. •x.j.S.W. t{"3:uO « 5;Ci
•112:00 P. M. : via WUllmantto— t?3:oV
A. M . :•>• P. M. : via Sjfi— f9:li
A. M. t 112:00. • ;4:00. •11:00?. St.
PORTLAND A BAR HARBOR— t*S:I3 P.M.
WORCESTER and FITCHBLTIO, Tla PCT
NAM—I3:S3 I- M.
LAKEViLLE and NORFOLK — tT3;4S
A. M.. ii SI P M
Ot. Barrlnston. Stockbrtise. Lenos. ?':;s«
field— T4:S4. t*B 48 A. if. t3:31 P. It. .
TV?'- • otsc*3 at cOrand Central station
and 0123 th St., also at c 243, i.ijo. o!3S*
B way. c2S Union square. .>- FlftS A»a,.
c 2*3 Columbus Aye.. cH-49 V.ad.-on Aye..
elOl W. 123 th St.. 275*8 Third Ay«. I*
Brooklyn. c4> Court St., 479 Nostraad At*..
81>0 B'nay.
•Daily. tExcept Sundays. 'Stops st
123 th St. iSt ,■■-.' St. Sundays only.
JParior Car Limlteci. !!Has dlnir.g -'*?•
cParlor anJ Sleertrg Car tickets also.
Lac wanna Railroad*
L**v* N. V.. Barclay. Chrtstopaer. W. Si
aa
tS.OO A. M. — For BingS-juntan and Elsalra.
•10.00 A. M.— For tun*:*. v.'nic:t«o dad A
Louis.
•1.40 P. M. — For Buffalo and Chicago.
t4.00 P. M. — For 3cran« .n and Plymouth.
>«ti'.sP. M.— Buffi.o and ChiL-aga.
•8.45 P. M. — For Buffalo. Syracuse. ItSaea,
•2.00 A. M. Ccicaso— Sleepers oeea 9.M
P. M.
Tickets at 149. 420. 1133. 1434 Broadway,
N. V. : 839 Fulton St.. B'klyn. *?»i!y.
tExcept Sunday. zLeav** Christcpher Sc>
8.10 P. M. weekdays.
LEO3DGOO VALLEY.
Foot or West JSd A ; CortlaatU *cii Desbrosj«S Sss>.
fj. 'Jialiy. rE'-cuft SuaJay. auadsys alia,
c!i». dviii. eT 4... n5.23. xiiX .
T~~ V.AI»».T,»
Msnch Ctiaak .... !♦«*> a n '« ■*
Buffalo Kxpresa, •»:«)*>; *e7 iO as«
8u3.»i0 Express *533 x Hi *IO.iO ■ *
bla k diamond exp. "nJB a 3 *ia cc px
Matu'ht'huaj; nad Ifvlewn -cii.«) r »i*d:i3ora
Wlltes-Birra Espies.. ! ts » if »i t*.JO r*
EwtouLocal I +5.!0r». t32Q5*
C!|ir!»*o y»n-l Toronto Hii |*nS 40 Mil) * '■
X'-IB BCFP-AtO TR.\Df..l •-. "»«•■'*?■
>tlolc<ttsanil Ptjilmsn sccomnio<i»tlons U9.1j1.5U
k liao Broadway. !iJ Sth Aye .» t'n'.on Sq »«*
K.Y.; X 3 Fulton St.. 4 I'ourt !*t, 4~> N o.crand AT4,
it ■ Broivlw:iy <c foot Fulton St.. BroiViivn.
K.Y. Transfer Co. will call Tor and checlttiagyjfc
OCEAN STEJUUCR3L
■OEIP'D 1 !
•*"• W*- La O'.'.ayra. Puerto Qibella. C»rs
cao -n>l Mnracaibo. via Curacao. ■■■ 2*
also a? .^?n Jasa P. R.:
S. S. PHILADELPHIA.. Sar.. Oot 2T. BOea
a. S. CARACAd Satunlay. N'^v. W. aooa
For 1-*. Uuajrra. Curacao and Maracalio:
S S ZL'UA Saturday. Oot. ft>. noca
S. 8. MARACAISO Sat. Njv. 8. 300«
The»« gtcatn«r» h*va superior aceonsiao
datior.s for pas^nsi-rs.
EfI'LTON. ISLISS * n.VLLETT.
■- -; A v I r
Genera! Man<f;»ra. fe- Wall ■'
[Fgdcp lPodc i LBaao
Steamships ef tha RED "V LINB W»0
sail fcr san Juan direct, as follows:
S. 8. rHIL.\OKLPITIA..Sat.. Oct. 27. --2
S. 8. CAR-VCAi> Saturday. Nov. IV, ao«»
For fre-.tnt M p»»»ago app!yt»
BOULTOX. CUSS & UALLETT.
Ceaeral Managers. S2 Wai! St.
OLIQ DWUffln ÜBE.
DAILY StO'TICE.
r»r Old Point Comfurt. Norfolk, fm'"
B»outn r-innrr ■ Point ana .Nvwpurt Ne««i
Va.. coanecung tor petersourg. KlahmooJi
Virginia Beaca. W»»t:ngio»i, D. »... •»■
entir* ruu.:-. Ac! West. . .
KieUht and paj»«c«»r steamers sail MM
Pier to N. B. ivot C«*ca cc. svery »••»•
*** *' '*" "■ H. R WALKES.
Vtce-PrMldent and TtaCo MsjiM«» _
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