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■HOaTIO^ »r e'.sinf'Wt'no tboroorhly I
traati. «siai forma,i*trde or para
t£ rf » •*-' - dalnlector. --in.an. :
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r"*VACS lU>' — eryertenoed with
>-■> t«K. eiectrlo znoti>r». etc. ; B«l«b- ,
Mao: Vert «tt rt. F. M.. Box SO. :
Srjnsttpton C-r.ce, •■"-. Br-adway.
jjrj^jLS^in^lCAN; ycu=g man; steady
■■mt' d>*nct fcr advaac«nent; $8. !
**_ii Ban: s^" " ••«' : 4 "- r - «*-
SUM ESN'SEP-— By youn* man.
Cttr'n E**er. * Dtimonico Piaoa, B^-.n
ifILEJT.-Otnnar. *»y. I?, a* caliber ar
;».- ara * - *•- * O^uiocber. 1.621. ,
tit* :
XiS aerx*t!y or4eritaa4!ag rte*--r. heat,
fsOOf. «.cc:r- ■* rapsUrtas;, wUhe* •■<* •■
m s^>T« of h!t*& out uartiaaot hou*«e.
ielier r<Y.-^~- 642 =«•. Sic *»«..
■«t!T -- y J. j
lasUSX at pat'.-cVs r«{4«noe, by a j
*2Ta» as! rtl^lt Ball nur»e; terra* i
■■»£• Ease. B3S Es.it trtk ••-
ti». a lit nxtaatad wtth detective j
•jcr- V«n cr.r ieslrea position; ,
■X it ItVM : r - p«r.=-.aa. alUlacay. j
a.i Barla^. 2= ■w«r*. Sstn et.
WATCHMAN. Strictly eober. bon- ,
■: ii: trustworthy can ftrnlsh b«st of
■tots*. KateuaO, C" East £sth at.
lfirna.-nrßt c:»«« ns>c»epalater wi*r-.-i ;
tMij poaiuon. vr_i;i*aß TTimnull. W9
Tut "•• it. _^___^^_ \
KjiTTF. 5 ASSISTANT; tkraa y^.r»* ex
lenesce E. CJafit. 1.857 First ay«.
lUKSIO CLEANING.— By oolor»i man; I
fcj-i work: r^n.it^r» ,'- '.:-€ or hout»-
Hj"-!. B£«i.--.* Tib "VVo»t Eta eve..
af»Xlsor.
WETIS.— G«m^c at porter In of
b « at watchmaßJ b«st reforenc*.
■JLLflli • a.
teTE?-— i- cSce fcuUiirg cr hotel; ex
jaameeJ: reier-ccee. p. V>.:re. &2 New
Bt=t>-n st.
KCEH.— Sv wiiro^ man; married: m
•nacnt, )ewc - factoo'; ■v::-!;*"; at
fif^LJ ;- -. 113
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•CBTTF. arts -1 p3«!t'.oc la hate'; B3ie!>- '
jazit X* but:r.ese Ca-i: STb East V.h su
fICKES, BTOCK CLEF.X.— By yr>usc '
It *** 21- c.tsr.c« r»r ad'.'aneeTEent.
t^J«ri«. tc TTrci'.fr ay«.. Brooklyn.
aUrtlU- < . e:n«s a.ll around can mix
«- cclon; 2S yvanT experlenoe.' L. Ra>»h
* *■« tackmar •:.. BrooJ
'- i *>o.— Ec-jfh tur.»r; ha* tnvr.it exp«»rjenea
J^Kize ted reralrinr- Jehu Lang, 173
toIUL— B, mmg war.. eiperleaced;
.JiT 00 * trd *-" irt'^-e*; ■-■•o i^ papier
rf-« jrwkj wtsta jooa p^.cc Adlreas
***T 4iUi ft.
**K>FEs,^i>Ea —By u=iv«r«lty rraduatej
,^ er '*^ 0«<::0 «<:: rertr.i.* of tr-anusfrrrpu. etc ;
«ir ♦'■"•.Mfca> ao-.s»; »i:t..— $12 to start,
jjj^e l '-. ''-'2 Knickerbocker &v..,
•^OC CLXRZ.— jr-jr-t: man (22) j Eve ;
i-rT * '«=<: salary $50 montaj beat
*fg<*- P«c._ IP Sast i:2tb St.
T^J^Ay — Tooa* mac as u:<«ul ta- '
bi fc.f not; Swot«; rafo-« wa;ir.»-:
lu^ir* 1"-*1 "-*" ■*' : -■■■" '-■ 1 CT "ooie
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f~!>— tao~y pot:»--y yqalr>aa. W. H. :
l^f2_A Tr.t.aaa Ogee.
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coss-8, fiseirs to secure TVestera
•wJJJ 9 ' Wlabla Eaatern houa«a .either
MSkb'J?" COE:n<sr< ' : a-i line*. Addreee
j-^^*« 29« Mo&»-incck Block, C7bico»o ■
~^2fOjXTRK._ Zr^eKeaced man de
te?sa*?S--- ty **»• "m»i'
I^'. k »]^*fs opvatcrTl* rr.onUir' ex-
X?i?ci *i^f* '^ a Trfcit ; c** «umlih
*Oia ~s« rrerio-^ e.-rp: O xera. a. Y.
Fes» s «H«f «xp«rt«»,, to
L* '■£vh£?-%Z^ % C = ■«««»*■ Raff
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i***: teachf " rnAzitm; Greek youn«
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WOKS TTAyTrP.
Mala.
®. Eil. KMITTLE
, Makes four trips annaallv through
the States of Nebraska, South Da
kota and Wyoming.
Wants exclusive agency, whole
gale or retail, ANYTHING, large
or smalL Ha« warehouse on
tracks; Trill buy or handle on
| commission. Gets out catalogue
January let. Reference; corre
spondence solicited- Address,
2912 Harney, Omaha, Neb.
TOUNO MAN, 19; (peak* and write* En*
lish; la business, store or oflloa. Jo«
Schonberg. 128 _est 3d st.
TOUN3 MAN. IS. with high school educa
tion, desire* position paying about $»■
rood handwrtUE*. C. Ehulman. 64 East
101 st st.
TOUNG MAX, intelligent, ambitious; with
wholesale or department house, with
chance lor adrancament. Oscar Wundsll
IS6 lining are.. Brooklyn.
TOUNG MAN wlahea place Saturday after
noon* and erenlngs; Brooklyn preferard.
Rein, 74 Chestnut st., Brooklyn.
TOUNO MAN. 2«, tin talesman, special of
ficer, or at anything; well recommended.
Frank Berber. 234 East 7th st.
TOUNO MAX, 21; highly educated; good
talker and correspondent ; knowledge of
bookkeeping and typewriting. Address H.
G. I- . aC Attorney st.
TOUNO MAN, 21. wishes to take charge of
mall department; five years' similar ax
perience; best ro.erences. William Denen
feld. 108 East li* st.
TOUNO MA>T. 21. strong, willing, obliging;
at anything; ambitious to learn trade;
£r£t -»s city refer«nc<9C. Koeilr.. CIO East
&4th et.
TOUNG MAN. n-arrled; at anything; has
experience In electric light wiring. Austin
Slarclal. 2^7 Fountain aye., Brooklyn.
TOUNQ MAN. married; good pecmaa; or
at anything. George OinKsdale, 179 East
100 th St.
TOUNO MAN (BtodenO, having a few leis
ure hours, wants to work In a private
family. L. CantHs. 112 W. 63d st.
YOUNG MAN. as gasolene engineer or as
handy man in furuuure ;>J&ce; five years'
expej-ier.ee. Fetter, 1912 Atlantic aye..
Brook ira.
TOUN3 MAN, married. at anything.
Charles Walach. 418 East 14th st.
TROF. SITUATIONS WANTED.
Frma!e.
WANTED.— In iJrig-Ilsh branches; by
normal arraduaie and teacher of ten
refers' experience; a!.«o r*»a<llng by the hour.
Adress Miss L.. Tribune Uptown Office,
l.itU Broadway.
Female.
BOOKKEEPER. — By experienced young
woman; single or doable entry assistant
or full charge; trial balance furnished; best
of reference. Address E. F. H.. S:i3 Greene
iv»., Brooklyn.
COMPANION*. — By refined Protestant wom
an: eNr-^rienced in housekeeping a,:, i po—
Eitlons <-f trust; tx'st refcreroes. Adireas
Miss Bell, box 56. Westbury Station, Tv'*st
bury. Long Island.
COMPANION. By runs lady, college
graduate, «■»: »nt family; a* Invalid's
attendant. 00 pa." for. . cam take entire
charge; city or trs.v«:iing. -. rdreaa Miss
Cockbura. 113 v."est 4i»-ri at.
GRAX>UATB NTTRSE *wlshes patrons for
majfagf at ladles' :«r.ci? or tome.
Address Miss WUl&rd. 1256 Lexington aye.
GOVERNESS. French governess In private
family In New Y^"k. reference. Write
Mademoiselle, rmlth BC, Pee***: .:, N. Y.
ENGLISH LADY, a^-ave, speaking fluent
Fren h and German, with knowledge of
typewriting and o^ice work, good house—
k^dper, fond of ar.l accust.>rr.-d to chil
dren. swooaajatol teacher, would g:ve her
services In ar. y suitable cafiactty Cor rr.od
eratt fcaiary; first iaa references in either
Bng:and or Amenca. Address W. M , Box
1&, Trinune OCice.
OOVERNESa or COMPANION.— By a
young woman, well educated; speaking
French; fully crpaljle; us visiting gov
erness or companion to young woman;
t)-st references. Mias FitzGerald's Bu
reau. EC2 Cth .-- « corner 42d st.
GOVERNESS — By young German lady;
pupil of the New England Conservatory ■
cf Music, at Eosum; Instructs muaic paint—
lac ar.d French. Lddresa L6G4 Bathgate
eve.. The Bronx.
OOVEP.NEPS.— By American girl. IB; ••-
on» rh!id; •T-eiuca French and a little Ger-
Cfcr; nyir.pathetlc : «;--;slt;on. good, nourish—
Ir.g food as board; salary, JIS monthly. A..
Box 42, Tribune Office.
LADY'S COMPANION. acooTnpe-nlst. seo
r»iary c- governess, by Soutcern girli
reader, pianist; references exchsx.ged: no
menial position considered. Address Mies
Pr'.Ecllla Madison, Soo Granby et., Norfolk,
Va,
OFFICE ASSISTANT; good penman; neat,
accurate, willing: permanent: can furnish
excellent references; salary, 57 Miss M.,
PTj Nichols are , Brooklyn.
STENOGRAPHER; four years' experience;
<juali?.ed tanking or other high grades
busiceas; no otdectlon to miscellaneous
duties, «rrard«. etc.; before December; sal
ary satisfactory. A. B. C. Box 41, TTibun#
Office
STENOGRAPHITP.. —By bright beginner;
AmerlcSLT: . ;.-. (.See where there is a rea
sonable chance of advancement; salary, $0
to begin. W. R.. 601 West GBth Bt.
STENOGRAPHER and TTPETWRITER; 19;
willing to start low with chance of ad
vancement. Miss Lefkowltz. lOfil Prcspect
ai-e., Bronx.
STENOORAFHER and TV HtJ WRITER. —
■Willing and obliging; experience!, accu
rate, first clara references; formerly em
rloyed In Insurance effice. Call or address
E. 12 DeKalb aye.. Brooklyn.
STENOGRAPHER. — Good grammarian:
with a reliable firm; one j ear's experi
ence; competent, accurate; salary moderate.
E. *. me, 181 Hewta st., Brooklyn.
BTENOGRAJPHER. — Ten yeare' expenenoe;
or.-i rr.ac:.Uie; work hoate or out. Mlsa
■ est 6Si Bt.
STENOGRAPHER & TTPEtTRrTER. — Tan
years' experience. T. L.. Tribune Uptown
OfSoe. .364 Broadway.
TTPEWRTTER and OFFICE ASSISTANT,
— By young lady; '.-* yea.nr experience;
salary f7. Ulsa Uadlson, 577 DAgsa ave^
Brooklyn. .
ETENOGRAPHT, tyvewrftlng. fao simile
duplicating: ru^erb work cheap rates;
law work; stenographers furnished perma
nent and temporarily. 4646 — Beekman, Jupp
Etenograpners' Exchange. 1&0 Nassau at.
TEACHER. — Lady deairsa visiting engage
ment to teach English branches; or piano.
A-*.:ress MSss 0., Tribune Uptown Oface.
1304 Broadway.
VISITING GOVERNESS desires additional
pujills; disengaged afternoon hours; kin
derearten. primary: assist with school
work.: highest referenoa. A. L. C. 140
We*; £2<J st.
V. ANTED at ence. by a graduate ef he
pltsd for nervous dl»ea**s, a lady or gen
tlemiiß who would appreciate kind and 17m
i-«.i;.e;:c treatment. Address Nurse. Box
SSjO. • •• nst»r Mass.
DOMESTIC SITCATIONB WANTXU.
Male.
ATTENDANT^ to an Invalid
experienced, educated gentlemanly; ao
cu*toraed to travel; New Xork referencea,
Graham, ii» Lexington *»*.
BUTLER.— Frencbj thoroughly competent:
In private family; city or country; good
reference*. Cac4*vHle. 241 West 86th at.
BTTTTJTII BllMlililJ '°n« dty refereaoea;
trst cl&ea dmlti. »la Madison aye.
BUTLER. — Thoroughly competent) strictly
sober, neat. Industrious; willing 1 , us«ful;
long erj>er:er.ce Itadlng famlllea; personal
re:ersa -<-f. D. iCasUar. 20S East 40th st.
EUTLEB or VALET 80; srag**) ««>i mr
\lih, French and German languages; beat
perbucal city references. Addreaa F. H.
I>aut, 108 Wear 4Otto st.
BUTLER or ETEWARD. Scotch; thor
ough servant, good caterer; city or
rout. try; hlghe«t personal reference. J.
W. N. West J2Bth st., Klng*brldge.
City.
COUPLES. $40 to (86. Swedish Employ
ment Bureau, 747 LexlcEton »▼»>. n*or
C9th st.
CARKTAinrR.— By EneUsnman; educated)
oddd:e aged, thoroughly understands care
of livestock, garden. etc.; on lady's or
gentleman's oouatry place; or will do en
tire work en small place where a reliable)
man I* repaired. Orrt class city references.
H. V. Hope, ici Wtet Ulth ft.
CHEF and CATERER.— ola*si to pri
vats 1 family; su years' reference from
last place. Jr. *.. care of Laaly. i*« Wen
SSth at.
—American: !n American plan noted;
city or country; good cook, butcher; niv
aer«tandj uaatry; ie year In ta*t place;
atrlotly sober) tan years' ujwlsxn, P*
•or«J .rafertao^ f}.,,^ t>w£*7. Me #*+
P^* Mm . - | «■ . - -
NEW- YORK DATLY TKTBUNE. SUNDAY. NOVEMBETt 1& 190 a
I . "OMESp^BTTTATIoxg WAJfTKP.
Mala.
' COOK K ,, a " d CONFECTIOVXB Tar Im,
e»tabltehment| man, year»' rtfereaoeii
I rlan dlahea. R. M. U'lllcr. 869 E. tßth%C
*??^r" B>r . *zr«<-leaee<l dlnnar order a*
: steal > . references. E. H. Walro, 104,
, Lexington ay«.
' C^ > i? 5™ 1 clamii Q«rman; food oanrert
, ar<mo— , Fred Becher. 708 Ea*t 138 th st.
i COACHMAN.— Swede. single; under
| stands care of a gentleman's place; o!tT
j or country; has first class personal refer
i ences from last employer. Address". P.
' 0 ■ care Johnson, 120 East 10« d st.
i COAOHMAN.— Al personal and written raf
j erences ; last employer can be seen. a.
j Greller. 544 Amsterdam aye.
I COACHMAN. COOK.— Neat light ooLored
woman and husband; In email country
I town; with private family; woman plain
• cook, mar. Bra* c.ass coachman. Andersci»>
, "1 West 43*Va st.
I COACHMAN, gardener, operator of whlta
j steamer, Cadillac; competent, trustworthy
I German: middle aged, sins is; understands
, furnace, carpentering, $20; good home; dl»
►ngiged 23d: excellent references. Box SO.
, Nauuet. N. Y.
| COACHMAN and USEFtTL MAN.— a
j very neat, tidy young Swede; speaks good
i English; takes best care of homes, harness
i and carriaKe*; careful driver; excellent ref
erence. Walter, at Carpenter's Bureau. 154
•til live.
' COACHMAN. — First class olty or country
j driver; lart employer can be seen; writ
' ten nnd personal references. Addreas
, Coachman. 234 West 50th at., care MeliS
| Brother*. %
COACHMAN. — By Englishman; experienced
city driver; disengaged on account of
: family giving up horses; seven years In
j last place; flret class references as to hon
esty, sobriety; personal references. Will
iam 3 . rare of p,a!tz, 1101 3d aye.
: COACHMAN.— By German; middle 'age;
thoroughly competent; long experience;
j b«-»t reference; city or country. Adolph.
403 4". aye.; cigar store.
i COACHMAN.— Sevan years persona! refer
ences city and country; height, & feet 5
Inches; weight, 140 pounds. R. Buxgs. 227
, West CSth st.
I — — — — — __ _____ ____^_^^^____^_
1 COACHMAN.— By Scotchman; country pre
ferred; thoroughly understands tha busi
ness; careful driver; sober, honest, obliging;
wages ?4C>-iSG; bert references. Mac Donald.
116 East o3d at.. Sternburg.
DAT' 3 WORK.— By a respeotabie middle
ap-ed woman, work by the day or week,
sweeping or office cleaning; willing to do
anything. Willis, 506 West 41st at-
FARMER or GENERAL MAN (no chil
dren); life exoerlenoa with farm stock; ',
; well recommended. H. C. Box 175. Tux-
I edo, N. Y.
i FARMER (Foreman). — Good worker; Araer
, loan; has served years at the business;
■ experienced In a., work; horses, cattle plga;
j all stock and" machinery; excellent herds
j man; 40 cows «'. present; used to boarding
; and handling help; successful with poultry; !
I strictly sober; best references. Georg«, at
I Carpenter's Bureau. 164 «th aye.
i FARMER or T7SEFUL MAN. Irlsh
man; married; no children: wife excellent
! cook: well recommended. William, at Caj>-
I venter's Bureau. 164 6th aye.
: FARMER, married | take charm of gentle
man's place; thoroughly understands ail
work connected with same; first class ref
erences. N. West. 84 Greenwich St.
GARDENER, FLORIST.— By elderly Oer
rr.an-American: 40 years* practice; handy
» lth tools, useful, etc . private or commer—
■ clal. Address Gottshalk. I*6» Lexington
aye.
GARDENER. — By Englishman, a3; mar
ried, no family; thoroughly competent:
10 y«ar?' experience Inside and out; good
references. Gs H. Hunt, Lewi* St.. North
Yonkera.
GARDENER. — American, single; all around
man; car* cows, poultry, furnace. F. ,
l Box 17. Tribune Office.
; GARDENER. — By young raaurted man; one
Infant: 13 years' experience Inside and
out: casable In all branches; beat of, ref
erences. William Lyona, Tarrytown, N. T.
GARDENER- — Scotch, single; temperate
and thoroughly experienced In care of
1 greenhouse, vegetables and flower gardens,
lawns, shrubs and all outdoor gard<mlng;
rood references. Gardener. Box 80, Tribune
Office.
JAPANESE VALET and OOOK wiahea po-
ElUon In g^r.tleman's apartment or pri
vate family: city or country; would take
entire charge; iong expert and best ref
■ rsjn -* Address Asa, Tribune Uptown Of
i fice, 1334 Broadway.
JAPANESE butler and hoaseworker wishes
ea*y position In kind, small family, with
Fmali wages. Matsu. IT Concord St..
Brooklyn.
JAPANESE VALET In baehelora* apaut
- •-•• or small family; thoroughly underh
and accustomed to domestic work
is :.--.arn«:r,t ocoktng. etc; referenoee.
». 17 < . onoord at., Brooklrn.
">R. — By reliable colored oouple. no
ren: seven years' reference, (^a;! or
W. J Pnce. 881 Broadway; elevator.
JANITOR By German; can make all re
n&irs and understands boilers; good work
man; bank references , or to work on farm
or as watchman. Charlie, care of Mrs.
Schilling, .- c Covert ave^ Rldeewood,
Brooklyn.
JANITOR. B> couple: no children; to
take care of several houses; can make all
repairs; has nec»ssary tools. Address Jan
itor. 253 Garfleld Face, Brooklyn.
JANITOR. — By middle aged colored man;
-r«ULnds e'eam heat, steam fitting; six
years' referrr.je last place; personal or
arrlttasL Geur^e Greene. 637 West 144 th st.
JANITOR. — By colored man. for oold water
■rralscrr.:ner. palr.ter aad paperhanger.
Address Arthur A. Mason, No. 12 6th ava.
MAN ar.d WIFE. Norwegians; on farm or
gentleman's place; competent, reliable,
strl '.v sober and not afraid of work. Ad
drw-s Stendahl. 61 Beekjnan st.
USEFUL MaK. — Generally useful; ala*
cook and wait on taole, for email famr.y
A h-esa R. A.. 254 Sin ar*.
USEFUL MAN.— By ooiored. man. or as
groom or at anything. Herman, care
Russell, 206 West fi2d st.
USEFUL MAN— Engllab; single; middle
w rV. on lady's or gentleman's coua
tr>- pia.-» care, of horse, cow poiilTy gar
trnace, etc thoroughly reLable: 10
city reference. H. V. Hope. IG2 West
16th st.
USEFUL MAN— Colored; bonaat. teetotal
itr; new working In doctor's offloe. would
like a change to anoth<»r doctor or any re
e pec table family; no outdoor work. Donai*.
H. John. 131 Broome st.
L*SEi:''!_''L MAN; cow mani on centieman's
t.a c: rood milker. Patrick Smith. «2<3
€::. aye.
USEFUL MAN.— By middle aged man.
apeak* Oerman and Etogll*hj In hotel or
anywhere; kitchen work. Jcmeph Schulta,
care Wlnterroeyer. 1630 8d aye.
VALET or Invalid's assistant. 6«; sixteen
years with last employer la New I'drk
and fourteen years with previous employer
In Paris; well recommended. D. Cozio.
162 East 21at st.
VISITING VALET or BUTLER •wires one
or more gentlemen, care of wardrobe,
era! private dinner parties; excellent cty
reference*. Wise, 208 East 40th st.
VALET — Attendanti courier; exceiler*. ref
erence frurn weli known fanJUes. W.
T.. Tribune L'ptown Ofooe, 1304 Broadway.
VALET.— Attendant to an Invalid, experi
enced, educated, gentlemanly; aocuttomed
to travel; New York reference*. Graham,
CO Lexington are.
WAITER, with reference, wich** steady
place (monthly) In hotel. John Koaek.
17 East 17th •«.
WaITKR. — By colored man; ag« 38; oonv
petaot; or aa porter or furnace man. A.
A. WtUiama. 144 Weat 28th St.
ATTENIjANT. companion or maid to elder
ly lady, by young woman; light house
hold duties; references. Addr-ss L. tX,
TrlbJiu. Uptown Offloe. UO4 Broadway.
BABY'S NURSE. By English woman; five
years' training under doctor: wages, $30.
Address. Monday and Tuesday, Nurse,
care of Mrs. Pateroche, 528 West ISSta st. ;
'phoce. 2*4.1 — R Mornlngslda.
OOMPAKION — By young English woman;
fctto&cUuu good reader; or would care for
chlla; ejicellrnt refereoces. Address Reader,
care of Kklnner. • Wast 17th st.
COOK. — srifsA claaa; naat. obliging; yooog
woman; competent In all bmiu_i.es, good
re:crences. A. W.. Mrs. OolUar's Agency.
122 West ad St.
COOK and CHAMBERMAII>— WAITRESS.
■ — Two young Finland girls; city pre
ferred; good reference*. Juaslla Bureau.
OfcO Lexington aye.
COOK — CUAMUICRMAiDw — Two neat
young girls; competent cook, good laun
dreaa. can bake, other Cham barmaid and
walireas. likes children; no objections ooun
try. Morrow's Bureau. T2l Leilagtoo are..
68th.
COOK. — Neat, jrouna: flrL aompetenf, pri
vate family: wag-as, $10; olty reference
rail fur three days, 441 VIII C2d st ;
Hurleys bell.
COOK.— By Swedish woman; Brat clans In
all braucnae. whttra kllchenmald Is kept;
best city referenda. Call Janitor. 2UI Waat
MA:h at.
COOK, competent; OT would do ganami
work In prlTate tamUy; wllUng and
obltdnvi referencee. W. fi. R.. 269 West
luu. at.
0001L — First el***, ec«npet*ot: »uh 130.
•auallecti rMaresoaa« dt/ only, SwedlaU
Will !■». MMM^awlhit*
KMTI.OTMirVT AOBNCnSS. EMIXOTMENT AOEXCTEB.
iiiysTiETssoiiffleilF
AMEKA
ONCOR^ORATED)
4EIFLOTIEIT MUBM
13 WEST THIRTY-NINTH STREET.
WTOATIOXB WANTgrx , MTDATION3 \7AMTBo[
WAITRESS, first cla*»; 123. MAID to elderly ladTTr grown children:
ENGLISH MAID: speak* and teaches ' i
Fre " - ; LAUNDRESS, Swedish; $30. '
CHEF. French; «4C. NURSE. German; $22. T~
MUss Fitzgerald's Employment Bureau
FOR FIRST CLASS HELP ONLY.
503 STU AYE., *%*?•{ seymour building.
1 Telephone 3911—
SITUATIONS WANTED.
COOK. Excellent reference; city or coun
try; $85.
NURSE.— Competent to talcs entire charge
of Infant ; $30.
CHAMBERMAID AND WAITRESS^
Young girl; $20.
KITCHENMAID.— Swedish; for city; $25.
BUTLER. — English; excellent reference;
$60.
MRS. L. SEELY
Employment Bureau,
23 West 39tti St.
'Phones 2434. 2435 — Bryant.
BROOKLYN OFFICE: 34 NEVINB ST.
ST. PET"-n; JUKI'S
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU.
211 East 4"d St.— Flm class domestics are
supplied; also menacing housekeepers!, ma*- :
trona. governesses, tutors, etc.
SWEOSSBI EBHAIGE
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU.
694 3d eve. Tel. 48&— 83ta.
DOMESTIC BITCATIONS WANTED.
COOK. LAUNDRESS; *USEFUL MAN. —
COOK. LAUNDRESS; USEFUL M/N*. —
Young couple; wife, competent cook,
launtiiess; husband, useful, all round
marl; excellent references; country pre
ferred. Industrial Association of Amer
ica lino.), 13 West 86tU St.
COOK. Swedish, first claaa: olty or country!
t<est refe ranees, wages. SBS-f4O. Cail at
Lar.g & Boecherer Co a Bureau, 18 West
STth st.
OOOKB. »3fj to «7&- Swedish ESnployment
Burea.u, 747 Lexington aye.. near BlHh at.
COOK. — First claaa, neat, tidy girl; alao
waltresa; together or separate- very beat
referencea for both. Flaherty's Bureau. 485
Columbus aye. Tel. 741 — River.
COOK. — Middle aged woman; very good
cook: no laundress; city or country;
wages |22. Flaherty's Bureau. 486 Colum
bus aye., near 88d st. Tel. 741— River.
COOK.— Swedish; capable: excellent refer
encea from New York families. Jusalla
Bureau. 6SO Lextniyton aye.
COOK, first ciaaa, German; good baker;
city, country; wag« 3 $35; best refer
ences. Cail at Lanj & Boecherer Co, 'a
Bureau, 13 West 27th st.
COOK and CHAMBERMAID- WAITRESS;
to g*> together ; excellent references.
Bwedlsh Exchange 594 8d its., 89th St.
COOK — LAUNDRE6S. — Two Oerman girls;
first olaas cook; other laundress, good
waitress: city, country; private, public.
Tel. 19lA — Plaza. Morrow's Bureau. 721
L#xlngton aye.. 58th.
COOK — First class; Oerman. French and
Amerl-^an cooking; has friend waitress,
good chajnberrr.aM. city, oountry- Morrow's
B'iraau. 72: Lexington eve., 68th.
COOK. — By English Protestant; excellent
mtmager and caterer; aocustomed to
large establlshmen*- excellent references;
city or country. M. H.. Mrs. Collier's
Agen-ry. 122 West 2od st.
COOK. — Or light housewerk In ■mall pri
vate faiiii;^ rnfe-rencea 48 Wyokoft at..
Brooklyn; dree bells, no cards.
COOK- — By thoroughly experienced Swedish
cook. lr. all branches; private, bachelor, by
day; lui.::;eur.B i»n,d dinners; city or coun
try. irS East 63d st.
COOK.— By competent baker In a small
private family; city or country; excellent
reference; moderate wages. 234 West 86th
St., one flight up.
CARETAKER or JANITRESS. — Cold and
water flat anf houses, sale or let; best
references from present employer. Call 3
days, Mrs. 6. Kltton, 8 West Md St.
CHAMBERMAID.— Assist sewing or maid;
very neat; excellent city :eferen:«s; city
or country. A. W., Colliers' Agency, 122
West aid at.
CHAMBERMAID.— Neat colored girl aa
chambermaid an 1 waltreea or housework
er In apartment lr. small family of adults;
no washing. Call 120 Prince st. . Brooklyn.
CHAM RERMAin.— By girl; and assist In
waltlr.t;; ynvat* family; g^)3'l city refer
ence. t3 D.. care of Mrs. Sprant. 9H 6th
aye. ; slxtii bell.
CHAMBERMAID and SEAMSTRESS.— By
young, neat, tidy Norwegian girl; speaks
English; best references: wanes 120. Fla
herty's Bureau, 4S."> Columbus aye, Tel.
741— River.
CHAMBERMAID— Swedish girl;
willing to hrlp other work; Is an excel
lent seainstresii ; best references: city posi
tion. Jussila Liuraau, *'H0 Lexington aye.
CHAMBERiIArD.- By a competent first
class Irish girl; best references, wages,
11-125 I VI at Lang & B-jecherer Co.'s
Bureau. 13 West 27'.h st.
CHAMBERMAID By young colored girl
In apartment ho\:** or cleaning offices.
to go home at night. Mrs. Jennie DlHard,
233 West Cl.it st.
CHASli:BP.llAir>. or waitress: In city; ex
oallent city references; 122-121 S. Hof
mayers Bureau. 15;; West 23d >>t-. Tel. after
10:30 a. m. ISO4 — Chelaea.
CHAMBERMAID, or PARLORMAID. —
First class; wages til to ti&; excel
lent references, H-.vedlsh Exchange. 594
Sd aye.. near 89th st
CLEANER. — Respectable woman as offlce
cleaner, or any kind of cleaning; good
worker; capable of a steady place. Mary
Russell, 63 Duflield St., Brooklyn.
COMPANION or MAID to young or elderly
lady, with light household duties, by
young woman Address H. K. T. . Box
111. MendUarr.. N". J
DAY'S WORK. — As couk and laundress; or
by dxy. No cards. ."!<)«> tUist 48<1 St.
DAY'S WORK. — By woman as cleaner.
Address Mary BradjT 4 Jackson st.
DAY'S WORK.— Ladles' or gents' or fam
ily washing; or will go out by the day,
Wednesdays Thursdays or Fridays. Pitcher.
161 West l«.h st.
HOUSEKEEPER. — Reliable American
woman to keep house for elderly lady or
gentleman or widower; good cook: country
preferred; references. A<3dr*u Bailable, uit
j Montgomery St.. Jersey City.
HOUSEKEEPER.— By young colored wom
an- bachelor apartment; un<T«rstands all
details of housekeeping; best reference from
laat jylace. Call Bear.ian. 340 West r.flth st.
HOUSEKEEPER— Woman of refine
ment a-< housekeeper In small family;
reply by letter. 1.. K. 186 Neptune aye..
Greenville, ;. T.
HOUSEKEEPER.— experienced Amer-
a:. woman; take chargro of bachelor
apartment; or care tat invalid; m.ike her
eelf generally useful. Call Sunday and Mon
day. Devoy, 125 West With st.
HOT "SHKEEPER— -Trustworthy woman as
managing or asststunt housekeeper or any
position of responsibility where servants are
kept; city reference K. 8.. Boa IX Trib
une Uptown Office. 1364 Broadway. _^
HOUSEWORK (no washing).— By elderly
woman; temperate and neat; good coo*;
wage, no object; good references; country
preferred. Irwln's Bureau. 77 West 11th st.
HOUSEKEEPER. — By American lady of
culture as managing housekeeper. . chJ»
peron. secretary work; In refined surround
ing., resident or visiting, city or country;
references exchanged. Address Industry.
263 West 125 th St.
HOUSEWORK.— By middle ag«d ,man.
In business or private h>.u»e. Address 130
St. Mark's Place, 3d floor, front. Muller.
INFANTS NURIiB.— By an English Prot
estant: thoroughly P* nc £ I ' r ,,, '"?:
Bunrtav Plaxa. or call. Monday. 004
Le»lncton a\e.
INFANTa NtTRSE— By an American;
thoroughly einertcnced: city or country;
oerson»l reference.. Call Monday. 604 Lax-
Ington aye. _^_______^______
ADVERTISEMENTS and *al>*crlptloaa for
The Tribune recel»ed at their Uptown
Office, NO 1884 Broadway, »>«*••» tttn
and a7th st*.. until » •5105 lo< * I &_ m ;. vel f
tlsomeau received at the following branch
offices at regular office rates until ■ o clock
p. m.. viz : 264 Bth *»'•• •• •■ °° r - /* •*-!
$Weth a*e.. cor. 12th st. ; 82 East 14th St.,
257 West 42d M between 7th and Bth ayes. ;
JW3 West 12Plh St.. 13£> d aye.. betweea
T«t»i sjifl T7ui ata-i 10ttB <W a r »-. Re** fliet
HELP WANTED.
COOK.— Tonkers; $40.
NURSE for two children. 2%. 614; $80.
WAITRES3.-Mu.t i understand carving;
NURSE. French, for a bo;- 11 years; 825.
MAII> - English; $88-J4v. for
AT ' ( : tr' P1!: - " 55 RR ' 9 Employment House.
164 6th aye, Establish-d 1*47. W. have
com!^ C 5 men '«« * r<3 " 1"'1 "' grooms, married
rit^nl f *T™ forem « n - 'arm hands. All
nations, well recommended.
Bay Em Pl<*ywtat Agency. 193
ea^-OrameVTy? 11 I?th *"* 18th ■* >Phon *
"^.^Y^ - V Pack's Employment Bu
lubw-iv r2r 2 a ?.r aT A' 00 ' 1*56.1 * 56 . IM7 Broadway:
by tr««? nd / 1 * station., Bflth .t . ; reached
by transfer from all parts of city.
G a«n£? A SCHT.-ERMAN. employment
18th stT fp h 1 2^T D ' * n *—»n lTth an<J
"- "'• Phone 6208 — Gramercy.
C *r rH^» X »r,, GROOMS - OARDBJneRB.
T7*WE&°?iJg ITE1 TE ESTATES. IRWIX.
DOMESTIC SITCATIOXS VAXTKD.
Female.
Mrs. Dickinson's
Co-operative
Employment Bureau,
Ml Madison aye, TeL a,7»4— a«th. Bup
plles high class household servants male
and female; references personally tnvxstt
gatefl; governesseß. companions, housekeea
ers, all nationalities, opening cioeina
cleaning houses, fall and spring ; housSe
cared for during summer.
INFANT'S NURSE.— Competent Oerman;
understands bottle feeding; elty. coun
try; best referenoea: wages. «25. Oaii at
Lang & Boecherer Co. Bureau. IS West
KITOHENMATD.— Strong, gir! expertenoed
would like to get piace with good cook
references. Jusalla Bureau. 680 Lexington
LAUNDRESS— First claaa; shlrta. collars.
cuffs; has friend parlormaid; cltv coun
try; together or separate. T-l. 182^— Plaza
Morrow s Bureau. 721 Lexington aye. 68th
LAUNDRESS.— To take home ladles'
ana gentlemen's work; done up In good
style. 208 Eut 20th st.. basement.
LAT. NDREBB. — To take home ladles
ana gentlemen*! work; done up In good
"yle. £05 East loth st.. basement.
LAUTCDRIOBB. — By young Oerman woman:
washing at home, flOc. a doaaa Mra. Ja
cob- 824 East 82d st ; 8d floor back.
LAUNDRESS— First class. Freeh- at
home or out by day; best of references.
M. Guggenberger. 44S West BJd et
LAUNDRESS.— First class; family wash
at her home, or lady's open air dryine-
Mst of V*™ o ™- 1 reference Mrs. Keating",
.32 East 64th St.
...'. M'RBSS.— Respectable oolored wom
an; small family's washing done at
:ro n Ea* m Voth e .T " d Bic *" ° Wllson -
LAI.NDRESS— Young Canadian woman;
first class laundress; shirts: Bleep home
Care Mrs. Moloney. Jig East 6.lth st
LAUNDRESS. —By Froteetam-. ur.de'
d>rstands fine washing and ironing In
cluding shirts, collars «nd cuffs; city' ref
erences; city or country. E. B Mrs Col
lier's Agency. 123 West 23d st.
LAUNDRESS, first olasa on fancy work.
de«!re 3 work of private family at home!
can furnish references. Miss Anderson 307
East 2Tth at,
LA r-NPRE?:.-? —Excellent nftrmMS' pri
vate famllv or Institution; J2O-123 M.
Hofmayei-s Bureau, IBS Weet 23d st., Tel.
after 10:30 1864— Clielsea.
LAUNDRESS and CHAMBERMAID- $2i>
s22; excellent references. Swedish Ex
change. 604 3! aye., near 39th st.
LAUNDRESS, J25 to $40 Swedish Em
ployment Bureau. 747 Lexington aye
near Sdth st "'
MOTJIEP. S HELPER and compar.i-.
perienced, In raflned family; heat refer
ences. Boydarn. 7H3 F.a«? 140-h st.
LADY'S MAID. — Competent. EL-^!!sh
Protestant good seamstress: first class
city referenci M. 8., care Catchpole
300 West 6Sth st. .
LADT'B M A IP. — French; experienced
seamstress, hairdresser, packer; to
•'■ ladles; •:>■ or country, personal refer
aacea Mane. 2flo V.
MANAGING HOUSEKEEPER.— By Par.a
dian woman; refined family; thoroughly
enmretont; or as companion; exc»i;»m with
the needle: highest references. Write Vis.
Smyth, 113 West 40th St.
MAID; COOK— Mulatto sjlrl, as maid In
apartments good cook; neat
referencea Stewart, US w-sr B3d st.
MAID.— 'By young colored girl In Jenral
parlor; or errand girl !n any »->• ,
ment. Apply at 4<5S Clermjr.t aye Brook
lyn; Martin.
MAID— By young lady; or companion;
understands millinery, manicuring, cars
of hair; can also nissist in sew • • refer
ence, Miss S. Hirsch, 888 East 13St'h st.
NURSE. — Toons; Protestant girl; expert
enced in 'ant nr grown; good seamatrtwa 1
ha» frlf-nri kltchenmald: city, rountrv' Tpl'
19i"«— I'laia. row's Bureau. 721 I.<>x
lngror. aye.. set
. I NtJRSE.— By reft French -Sw!ms; rr.in ( ':f: f
; aXe;a K e; tor vrown rhi:dr*>n; or chambermaid
. ] an.l s*amstn?ss; good reference. Volte a-'i
j East 12T.th st.
k NURSE. — Infant's nurse: Protestant:
very best ref»»r»nef>»: n-apes. $2S: city
or country Flaherty's Bureau, 453 Col
! umbus avo., near S3d st. Tel 741
River.
. NL'H.SE. — Protestant: nurse to Infant or
, srovvn children: best city rpferenoos
. call Monday from 9:30 to "Si) Pln~
. Best's bell, i37'J Bth aye. *
1 —
I NTTRSE.— By neat, reßned younc Protes
tunt woman: charge of infant or grov.-iic
children; good references; city or rountrv
M. H.. Mrs. Collier's Agency. 122 w. 2ML
. OFFICE CLEANING— By n reliable wom
an; can (jlv«> refei-pnc.s as to honesty
Mrs Henry. 405 Bloorofleld at., Hobokenj
N. J.
PARLOR MAID. will assist butler
wares, $25. Industrie! Association u'i
■ America (Inc.), 13 West HDtli st.
. R£BPECTABLB widow wants apartments
to cars fi r. business p<*opi>>; jat-^ curtains
dona up with ••axe. personal reference
1 Pettecoi ; :.4n West 126 i st.
SEAMSTRESS. — Experienced; fancy or
plain: a(terr.o<in out; or housework. Ad
dr >.° M. 1.. Tribune Uptown Oft!. ixu
Uroadwav.
USEFUL MAID. — Newly landed, Oerman
good B<»wer; to wait on lady or chil-
I dren; city, country; wages, »20. «"*ali at
i Lang 4- Boacherer Co Bureau, 13 West
1 27th St.
I
, ' VISXTI.VO MAID or SEAMSTRESS:
highly recommended. Miss Thompson
16C Ist Jls: st.
VISITING MAID.— By respectable *rtri.
understands hair dressing, manicuring.
131 East S7th st.
WAITRESS, sxpertenced, will go out to
aery« private dinner parties evenings .
Call or adJreas Jones, 315 West 4<Jth st.
WAITRESS— First class. Scotch; takes
butler's place; wages. !35-*3O; best
references Call at Lang Xc Boecberer
Co. Bureau. 13 West :Tth ft
WASHING. — colored laundress; out by
day or take family washing home; refer
ence. Call or write. Corbett. 310 West
Cat st. j
WaHHINO. — Woman wants washing. Iron-
Ing or cleaning; In or out of house; by
aaV. Mrs. Ceha, ©2» East 70th St.. ad
door. Room 14.
TOUNG COUPLE; woman house worker.
food oock. excellent laundress: man use
ful all around; city, eouatqr. TV. 132S—
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CARONIA Jan. B— Scheduled through to
(21>.000 ' ALEXANDRIA. 14 days.
tons>. I Feb. 19, to Gibraltar and Naplea
Eupplementins r.ew modern twin screw S. 3.
ULTOMA (24 * 8-1 only) Nov. 20. 0:30 A. M.
CARPATHtA. Nov 27. 2 I. 14., March 20
SLAVONIA Dec. 4. 10 A. M ; April 9
PANNONLA. March 12. April 30
VKRNON H. BROWN. Gen'l Agent.
21-24 State St.. opposite the Battery.
OLD !Si^ ? /'3^ V.IE.
DAILY SERVICE.
For Old Point Comfort. Norfolk. Ports
mouth. Pinner's Point and Newport News.
Va.. connecting for Petersburg. Rich
mond. Virginia Eeach. Washington, D. C..
end entire South and West
Freight and passenger steamers sal!
from Pier 26, N. R. . foot Beach St.. every
week-day at S p. m.
H. I! WALKER.
Vloe- President and Traffic Manager.
[F©o° LPcdipQcd 083^®
Steamships of the RED "D" LINE will
sail from Pis* 11, Rear Wall 6t. Ferry.
Brooklyn, for San Juan direct, as follows:
S. S. PHILADELPHIA.Sat., Nov. 24. noon
S. .-; CARACAS Sat.. Dae I. noon
For freight or passage apply to
BOL'LTON. BLISS &- DALL3TT.
General Managers. 32 Wall 9t.
MPM M6JF!<B BY
Intenfled Steamship Sailings from Vancouver
for Japan. China and Philippine Islands:
Empress of China Nov. M
B M. B. Tartar .'Dec. 3
Emrress of India Dec. 24
Athenian Jan. 11
Empress of Jap2n Jan. 21
For FIJI Hawaiian Islands. Australia a-!
New Zealand.
Mitm-era Dec. 7!Aoranpl Jan. 4
For rates an I Information apply to 291
Bth aye.. 458 and 1 Broadway.
pED "D" LINE
■" For La Ooayra, Puerto Cabello, Cura
cao and Maracalbo, via Curacao, calling
also at Ban Juan. P. R. :
= S M.A DELPHIA.Sat.. Nov. Z. noon
S 6 CARACAS Sat.. Dae S. noon
For La Ouayrs fnraeao and Maracalbn
5 g. M -VRACAIBO.. Saturday. Dec. 1, noon
3' Si ZULIA .. Saturday, Dec. 13, noon
■ These sreamprs have superior acconi
•nr.dnticins for pisspnpers.
BOULTOX, BUSIS & DAI.TXTT.
General Managers, S3 Wall SI
maILORYLTNE. LUXURIOUS SHIPS
-newels to Texas. Colorado. Mexlc-c. New
»r »tv»t v» \rlzona. Callfcniia. GwrttU. Flor
i"i"'x\; 'ibarna. .tc. DEr-IGHTFT'L TRIPS
Reroute TO MIAMI. palm BEACH
Ji-i &V t*-.a Key West) Colonist tickets
'""lOTif'ornla on Inquiry Our booklet
ffpoSrtSSSa" free_ C H. MALLORY *
CO.. 120 Front St.. N. I-
__.-■-.,<» CLARK'S NINTH ANNUAL
ft&llh^D CRUISE. Feb. 7. '07. 79
by chartered S . S \ a \Bl'." 0 "
Oavr i Tou-s K.u::a the World.
FRA-NK C CLARK- 96 liroaaway. N. V
•■t . VFI nrK " — Fast Italian Line.
"oKN.M'i-KS AND GENOA.
„ij America Jii"- -'■ Brasll] (new twin
?v !ar 21. Cabin. *."U> "P. I'lnin<
uT,n, on IYom,-nn.i.- JW-k. noLO-JXESi.
HARTI * CO.; -> "a.l t>t.
£a?th annusJ ierle* Pro»rra»mea TWOS.
Madison aye.. N. Y.
SUSCEIXANXOCa
A VERY APPROPRIATE and inex
pensive Christmas * gift; on receipt of
10 cents wilt forward you. prei-atd. the
nutty nut mastc P»z2l<:; Ju^t out: which
will puzzle, theni all. Address Nutty Nut
Puzzle, Room :. ;i East H'-n *^.
\\ up-to-datf wrrk that calcUiate. the
*wel«nta7Sea«arei and m.n.eya of the worM
am' mikes >v the master at llgures.
"(JEAfE'S HANDY i:OOK." All stationer,
and VM Front «t.. N. 'i.
WE PRINT every- pub'.icaUons. nrag
7-;..,; citalOgU low prices ; get esti-
TT,"- Co'.onlal Printing Co.. '"- West
lOot h st.
TIIE P. P. HAVENS CO.. Publishers.
M ,%ki-l!ers' and Importers. 153 West 284
st " N —We desire to purchase books,
libraries or small parcels.
UP-TO-DATE office parUUoo* and ralUngs.
general woodworkers. N. .Y. OH- [., E
PARTITION CO., iVUnet Makers and Car
p«leT«. 40C Bleecker st. Tel. 48>»7 CheUea.
MIRRORS, mrge and small; framed, un
framed; bargains; for any purpoaa.
LTONB. 142 West Sirta * !_! _
ARTIST paints on gowns, material*, trim-
uruMUM
sr"**sr-i_r-i_i-i. -i ■■ _- . _ _-. » - L ■ n^m^m——^—^—^—
"AntrtcAl Qr«atMt KaUlrejAcl"
4 MLC3ON .«» RAtIAOAj)
Tmtn* l«ave Oraa4 Oaatml Statlea. «M •»..
and. except the 8.30 a. m.. 1.03, lV 11.80
p. m., stop at 12Sth St. 12 mt»st*s> iaUr.
Buffalo— fß.»oL ••.40, •1O.» a, m^^-OsV
•1.08. '2.04. Mao. *COO. •i.OO. •O.&X
•« 80. '11-SO p. m.
Chicago— »8. 43 a. m.. »1 OaJ, •» 80. •4.a»,
•3.80, •6.00. ••.00, ••.ai •ILIO b. m,
Cincinnati— *104. •8.80. •8.00. ••.Ml. "an
p. ma
Cleveland— '8.43 a. m.. *1.0«. '5.30, M JO,
•8.00. •» 50. »11 3n p. m.
Columbus— »2O4. *6.30^ •8.00, »t 80 a. m.
Detroit— «9.4s a. m.. •1.06. •4.J0. •*.«».
•8.00. »9 80. '11.80 p. m-
Indianapolis— »2.04. •» 30. '11 *> p. as.
Montreal— «l2. lo. ♦SW>. *8.46 a. a.. »7.0«.
•7. SO p. m.
Niagara Falls— »8 48 a, m.. »10,»
a. m.. "LOS; *1 r * 'KM, «CO<X "o-00,
•8.20. •» SO. '11.80 p. m.
St. Louis— « 204 •6.80. '11.80 a. m.
Toronto— lß.3o a.m.. 'a-00. »* 80, »11.8O».m.
HARLEM DIViaION.
»06 a. m. and B.SS p. ra.. ex. funday. :•
PlttsSeld aad North Adams; Sunday, »St
a. m.
Pullman cars on all throogT* trains.
Ticket offices a: 149, 243, 413 ar.d 1218
Broadway. 23 Union Si. W.. 275 umbue
At.. 117 West 128 th Bt, Grand Centra,
and 125 th St. Station*. New York: 838 and
726 Fulton St. and 964 Broadway. Brooklyn.
•Dally. tBVs. Sunday. \—— Monday.
bEx. Saturday.
Telephone ''906 88th tt." for New Tor*
Central Cab Service. Bsggsge checked '.-orn
hotel or residence by We«scott Express.
A H. SMITH. C. T. DALY.
'■ '■-» Pre*. tc Oeo. Mgr. Pa«s"r Traiao Mzr.
BOARD AND BOOMS.
■Ingle Insertions 5 cents per line. Six
teen words, seven times consecutively. 11.
which entitles advertiser to have rooms
entered tor a period of Sonrteen days la
The Tribune's Directory of Desirable
Rooms. Write for circular.
Full Information coneem'.ng the**
rooms may be had. free of charge, at
the Uptown OCce of Th* New-York
Tribune. 1354 Broadway, between Mta
and >7th sta.
A COMFORTABLE ROOM, with laTatory
adjoining, on second floor; may be
found w*tn board In a private family
near 125 th at. and f>ta a-va,: r«farenoea
required; term*, fit. Address) RoyaU.
2-:3 West 135 th at
HANDSOME ROOM; tunny exposure;
trtth board; private bath: house re
cently renovated, entirely n«w, up-to
date otumblnar: electric Ughta; refer&oaa
exchanged. 140 Weat 37th st.
LARdBJ, SUNNY FRO>fT ROOM. With
hot and cold water In alcove: alao large
hal room; splendid tablet handy to aU
cars. 233 West 51st at.
FOR COUPLE OR BaCHBLOR. remain
ing la. town, dealrtng quiet aocomaio
dattona; large front suite; separate en
trance: private telephone. Conservative.
Tribune Upto-sn OiQce. 11(4 Broadway
I.— FURNISHED ROOMS, with private
bathroom, hot and cold water, steam heat,
elevator and totet eerrloa; ear* to all parts
cf the city- cannot be equalled for the
money. THX ROLAND, Park aye. and
C6.n SC
NEWLY appointed house; first class la
every particular; ail tiugta* amenta; cen
tral location; splendid neighborhood; room*
singly or co suite: private bathe; table
Board; Southern cocking. <* Madlaea aye.
65th st, lit WMt — ExoeptiooaUy wen
furnished, single and double room*,
heat bath, running water; every oonTeni
ence; board optional; very low rate.
11TH ST., 10 EAST. — THE ALABAMA-
Elegantly famished apartment private
bath. $1.86 dally: tacladla* meal*, two,
|25 weekly: ana. $1&
BSD ST.. «0 WEST— Select faralry house;
handsomely furnished suites; alr.gle rooms!
bath* every floor; hot water auppty: steam
heat every room; table unexcelled for qual
ity; special rats* to desirable famllloa and
prominent guests. TeL 721*— Riverside.
43TH ST.. » EAST.— oeoood floor, large
; " room, one fourth floor, with •oard; refer
ences.
ITbLMsatOJ BOOMS TO LBT.
Single Insertions I cents per Una. Six
teen words, seven time* consecutively, ft.
which entitles advertiser to ha*e room*
entered for a period of fourteen days In
Th» Tribune's Directory at Desirable
Rooms. Write for circular.
Full Information concerning the**
rooms may be had. free of charge, at the
Uptown Office of The New- York Tribune.
115* B'way. between 88th and _*Tth sta^
NEW ENOLAND lady haa a large, Buncy
front room to let: also large Ball room;
references exchanged. AdSrees N. C Trib
une Uptown Office. 13W Broadway
212 WEST 44TH BT. — Deotor'e ofßoa. rece»
tloß room, other roocoa; genUemen-, eoa
venlent tranaportatlon linea; meala optlona*.
272 WEST 141 ST ST. — Parlor and bedroom
adjoining; all conveniences; one flight.
near "L" ; reference. Robertson.
49th st , 54 East — Pleasant, comfortable.
furnished, every convenience, including
bath; Tery fine neighborhood: gwnlleman
FURNISHED rooma to let; near aubway
station: good location. 278 Weat 84th st.
NI'*ELY FURNISHED ROOM, conveni
ences private family, near L anl suo
way Relfenider. 139 Weat lJ4th st.
. 143 W— TT»OT«asThiy, oleen par
lnr, connecting bedroom, a^-darr. lai»rove
mer.U $5. near subway. "L." Hill.
4STH ST , 150 W — Large and amail rooma.
hct and cold water; batlx; g*ntlemet»; res>
erencee.
4«TH ST.. 4S W— Haadaesnely AinUshad
room: with private bath; gentlemen on.y
122 DPT , 840 WEST— Two handsomely
f-jrnlahed. sunr.y rooms; every conven
ience; breakfast optional, very reoeanac.a.
80 RIVERoIDB DRlVE.— Beautiful rooma.
Brand.
RO' KFTLTtsTT INN. 3puyten Dur»tl-on-
Hudaon.— Thirty mlnutea out; open au
year, referencea. MJssas Leaiey.
: ■ i --m\R.n-. aKD
OLD RELIABLE FURRIERS
will remodel, repair and alter your old Tor
garments Into the latest faahloaaslo styles
at a positive saving of 50 per cant. Ola furs
bougat and exefcangsd. Don't throw away
your old furs: you can have them exchanged
for new garments. Hlrahtatd Fur Cu^.SS West
21st St.. near 6th aye. Tel. 1123 — Graniercy.
A.— MME. JULIETTE.— A.
First class French dressmaker; Sadies'
tailor: Imported fall and wtntar mod&la;
materials accepted; reasonable. 73 West
4f>tn st.
MADAME AMELIA «a*» wlta B*dfen».
London. Worth and Douo»t. Part*, desires
more custom; wedding outfits; evening
gowns. stage wors> specialty; Tirs altered
and repaired; by day only; fee, *3 50;
speaks French. German. Itailan. cOB West
2&1 st.
FCRS REMODELLED and altered Into
the newest styles at wholesale prices.
Deal with wholesalers and save SO per
cent Pappa Bros . 204 West I4th st.
DRESSMAKER, experienced, competent.
$" per day. Helga Thorp, care H. S.
Co., Si East ---'■"■• st.
DRESSMAKER-— By flrat clasa colored
r; setrtr.g out by the gsn or
$1 ri.' a day. B. WUliama, 403 Weat
■-'•.<■ M
DKKS^MAKER. — First olasa: French: to
go out by the Cay. IS 50: good refer
erces Mile. Malandaln. 188 East Slst *t.
DRESSMAKER of B. Altaian * Co.; ex
cellent cutter, fitter: artUUo designer;
ramaeteßt experienced; prince** Jaci.e: re
m'>d<'ltlr.<: 5j a day. Address Dressmaker.
828 West Hth sr
-MAKER wishes a few more cus
tomers: good cutter and fitter, $1 SO a
day I.J. Cro'.x. 3<4 West 115 th St.
DRJEBBMAKEB. first class, wanta day cua
tuiners: references. 4-»S West 67ta st,
care *oi Brennan.
DRESSMAKING— Indies* tailor made
suits svenlns; gowns, furs, muffs, coats.
rellneU and cleaned; children's and misses'
garments Jon* home or out. Craig. 124
West C.lii at.
DRESSMAKER, first class, wishes a few
more customers out of tha house; f2
daily. Mrs. binge. 04 Smith St.. Ever
greens.
DRESSMAKER, experienced; fancy gowns;
cloth suits; ahlrt waist salt*; out by Jay.
$2. K. Fischer. 46 Lexington aye.
LADIES having C:;» embroideries, wornout
■hlrtwauta, rub«a. dresses, etc.. can
hay« them transferred on new maierta! by
adJre9«lng Mrrte. Heea. care 0/ Mrs. >*pte»r.
11,; Ea«t sUth st. As the work require*
much tints). ladles should give them now to
have them ready for spring.
L-\UIES.— We are continually selling our
sample lines of SILK PETTICOATS at
wholesale prices: why not take advantage of.
It? The Summit Mfg. Co.. 4J3 Brooma st.
O. M. I'L'UR.VN'D. Uuiles'. misses' baiL
evening dltaaae; mod«ls in stock; sp«cuu
notice. (3 \\e«t 4Sta at,
OSTRICH feather*, boas, stole* cleansed.
curled and dyed In any dealrable color or
fin.- glossy black; equal to new. first cia*s
work Horstmann Parisian Feather Ujetig
Co.. 86 «th aye.. near »th st.
WE MANUFACTURE and toll furs retail.
a: whoieia'.e prtcts; convince yourself by
calling on v*. vriaa. Horaiti. 41 East Bth
St.. opposite Cieone st.
SEAL. OARMENT3 and ether fine furs re
paired r»iy«l ami remodelled Into Utest
stilus at -\.-i :'. "..i!'.y low prices: iur gar
m«nt» made to order Mrs. K. J. Barker.
%B gark are.. aea£ fttk •Sfc>4 Iwl^-S1 w l^-S_ Q '
gfcMMMMtfT# i JpßsM^ •■fc 4bbV^ *»»• •WHsV^r^Ssß^Rßsta
[ BATUUIABsa> "*
RAILROAD.
STATIONS toot of \Tut T-vecty-OaM a%
and D«sores*es ... . CorCaadt iaa> . •
CTThe leaving time trots Li isiinssaei asat
CortiaJOdt St*. U ... mlaut->« lat«r tsaa Ussl
given »^o«t for Twaaty-lhlrd 9t. Statists* "
SXIR TH3 —_ar.
•T 80 A. 3*. CHICAGO SPECIAL.
••33*. it PITTS3URGH LaT O|
PRESS.
; •10.30 A.M. THE . ■ . i.VA*TA tOaal
ITi^>. — Chicago. CU4Ulssss|
aed at LiuU
•195 T. M. fcT. LOUI3 LTMTrrD,
•I.W P. CHICAGO. CTNCT • aTi _W_\
ST. LOUIS EXPHKBt,_
•8.38 P. M. PENNSYLVANIA II 'li'lll
18 hours to Chicago.
•4 MP. M, CHICAGO LJMITI3. \
•- to p. M. WESTERN EUCPRCJi, I
•«28F M. ST LOUIS ANOOJaXaaB
NATI EXPRI33.
« » M. pacific express. . i
•«.» ?. m. ob^uxd and ' I 111 Isssj
NATI EXPRESS.
•♦33 P.M. PITTSBUTtGH BP3CIAU
WASHINGTON AND THE 3OCTH.
•..Ml •»> «9.23. •985. »iasi a. m., Tia*>
•1133, ±IH (is. as. "Cocgrisalssisl Lisa*
«ta<r'), »3 at. «4.25. »4.ea. 'S-SS. 9.X •> 3*
12.10 night Sunday. » 25, •• 23. r .*9
a. m.. 1125. «12.a0. ?«B.aa. ••OanaTeaatand
LimlteeVi •*». •4.25 W '4.36, •!» »JsT
. P^m.. 12 io night
JOUTHSRN RAILWAT^-»a.t3. •—* > bbm
12. 1U a. m. daily.
ATLANTIC COAST LOT!. — •%.» •> O. •sstj
8 23 p. ra. dal.y.
SEABOARD AIR LIN2^— :UB a, B. «asl
12.10 a. m. dally.
NORFOLK AND WS3TETRJU KAH.WAa%-*»
•3.25 p. m. dally.
CHESAPEAKE * OHIO lUaWiT —**M
a. m. weaavdai-s. '10.51 a. m. aad *♦.•
p. m. dally.
•"OH OLD POINT COatTORT aad RO»»
F0LK.— »7.23 a. in. w**k-days aa4 tM
p. m. daily.
ATLANTIC CITY.— 9 55 a. m. tod lM
p. m. week-days. iuadays. •7.38 a. bw
CAPS MAY.— l£es p. m. weela-dafsk
LONG BRANCH. ASBUP.T PARS / Ooeaa«
Grove) (North Aabury Par* Suß<l«ysX *3«
Point Pleasant. 836 a. m.. 12. a. LIC
423 and 4.U p. m. week-dare, s Ttajstj
»». 10 53 a. m.. and 458 p. m.
FOU PHIL-^DELPHIA. _
•.OH. *rta. *7 83. 8.28. 8.83 •* HI ••.%
•no-Si »io.:3w 'ti-ca a. m.. ia.s«, •'•*?*
•♦I.ea, "1 SB 2.10. 138. •8», 1-3B *. 38,
•4.28. 4.55 |*»4 35 tar Nona Pill*4*iß*44
only). *3.35. *3.23, 53. 7 80. S.2S, 4.53. sjg
(».B8 for North Fhllaielpnla onry> > t_o
1210 Bight week-days. Sundays. 4.tK
•7.53. 5..53. •»28. »38, •♦10 3i •'AJ§
a. m.. lit*. •lass. »Ti.Bß, *x.sa. •»•■&
SBB, •4.23. (•t4.85 for North Fnllade.psil
on»v). '4.88. •9 36. »*.23. T 88. 8.53. %.m
•SB (ft 38 for Xorta Paflsvoeiphla *-j_\
p. m.. 12. IO night
•Dfalng car. _ _
Ticket o«eeej, Nr«. 481. lsV4 and IT9 Snsata
way: 182 Fifth Avenue o>«!<rw 134 *\M
2M Fifth Avenue (corner 2J>th m,' MB
stations named above; Breoklya, 4 Co^M
Street, 83« Fulton Street. 4T» Koerr%a§
Avenue. 300 Broadwa: »ad r«tiE*ylTaaH
Annex StatJoa. The N*w York Tranafiyj
Company wiil call for and eoech bacjaaM
(rest hotels aad r.etdercaa Ciroug^ |§
•eetlnatloa. ;
Tel*?hooe "M» CS«l*«a"' far >anißO- ?««sbß
Raltread Cab s«rrtoe» _-w«.
W. W. ATTERBU«T, J. *- JOCO. j
O«n«r»I Manager Paaw" Tra«a Maas«sjW
gIo W. BOXD. i
deoara. Passeagrr Agsc*» 1
" STATIONS i roOt St, X «V
Time shown below la from Liberty as).
West 23d St. leaves 10 mlnntea n^lssV
except as noted by designating rr">Ti ■
PHILADELPHIA.
•4.30. m7.oa mS.OO. «».00. b»1*0», "4>4bV
m«li00, mLOO, «2 00. »3 "0, *4.e0. m«CajK
nv*e.oo. TOO. tS.Oa>. **100. plo.» ?. I*9
* J«13.13 rr.4-
BALTIMORE axd WAgaLVaTOJ*. _^
S.OO. m'lo.oo, m«12.C0 ««.UO. :«4.OsX lss%
"T.oaj j-izia. ■
I LAKEWOOD AXD till 111 Hill slafr
: »40 A M.. xI.OO. 1.90. k3.40. 44.13 Us|
F. M. xa.l3 Sundays. 8.30. » 40 A it _\
j ATLANTIC CTTT— *iAZ A. M, —JA. k34f
P. M.
I. ON. BRANCH. XS~UKT fA.Mk
OCS AN GROVE (Sundays. Nx AjliiJm|
Park) — z4 00. « 30. ILW A. M.. ex°.l«C
120. g4.43. 0.13. 380; A.30. J12.01 t«M
days, except Ocean Grove. S4.IA MB
A. M.. 4.00. • SO P. M.
Time tables givlzg tralas to BASTOtfL
BETHLEHEM. A LLENTOWy . MA:*t2sf
CHUNK. WILKE3BARRS. SCSANTO^
< READING. HAP.RISBURG. POTTSVIIUC
• WILLJAMSPORT and a.: othav point* o**t
b- obtained a: following offices: Llb«rt7 ti,
ib» obtained at Tel. 3144 offtces: Liber* Altai
'"West 23d 3t. Tel. 3144 CbakMsil « Arssl
House, 2*3. 4*4. 1200. 1354 Broadway 'Js*
6th At.. 281 Bth At.. 23 Union Square "*•«*»
: 2793 3d At.. 103 TTest 12Sth St., MB 93
I lumb<» AT.. New Tor*: 4 Court 6-. S4sV
! 844 Fulton St., 479 N->«:r-i3* At.. Braoss*
lya; S&O Bra«(fway. mnaiiniinn v eaf
1 York Transfer Co. call* far and checks *t«*n
gas-* to destination.
•Dally, t Dally. exa»pt 9osday. **=»■
I days. {Parlor can only. aExeept SacaM
J day*. mDtnlng car. xSatordaya aaiß>
) «From Liberty St. only.
Fram Twentr-tfcJrd Btraal e!2.80 » kt,
! «4.30 P. M.. ni-3* * M-, k5 20 ? 14*
! d3.2i>.
W. 9. BZSUSR, W, C. BnFTO,
, Vtce-Pres. A Gen. Mgr. (Ssjn. Paasr'T .»-ff»a%
BALTIMORE It OHIC R. 1^
P.OYAL BLUE LINE TRAINS.
"Every other hour on the. ev»n honr."
TO BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON
Leav» New York City. 23d 3t. Üb'» at.
•WASHINGTON. Buiat. T.UO am 8.00 aj»
tWASHINttTON. Dtner. B. So am lOUOasal
r tWASiIINQTON'. Diner. Il3i»am 12.00 n'a
tWASHINGTON. PuSet. ISOpm 2.t>O po»
♦ "ROYAL LTD.." Dtner. 8.30 paa 4.U0 pas)
tWASHINGTON. rin-r. 630 pm c.no p^
tWASH I NCJTOX. Buffet. «.8»> pna 7.«Op*a
tWASHLNGTON.SIeepera. 11-30 »m 12.14 art
•Ex. S,,ts4a» tDalrr-
Throuarh Daily TrVns to Ota treat
Leave New York City. 2M 81 Ln>'» 9a.
CHIC, PITTSBURG. 11.10 pm 12.13 s*l
' CHICAGO. COLUM9U3. I!."/) am 12.00 a* »
I PITT«B!*RO. CLEVETD. S..Wpm (1 ° 3f#
I ■'PIT"'- LIMITED" " •"" ? ra '■" 7X%
j CIN -.- LOL'IS.LOI'ISV. 11. »> pm 12.15 a'i
i civ ST LOUIS.LOUI3V.. 8.50 am 10 00 asm
I CIN ST LOUIS. LOUISV.. 8.30 pa «-0O pta
OflLea 245 434. la*.* Broadway. 9 A<=*
' House 103 Gr-eawkrn St. 23 Ualon SquaM
W 391 Grand Ft.. N. V. : 343 Fulton IK*
Brooklyn- West 2SI St and Liberty 3t
After • p. m. sie-pln* car i«s«rva-
and full Information regarding train*, eta*
can be obtained at Bureau of Informs' isv
. B to R. R. 2M St. Tennlnal. *Pa«p2
No. Chelsea— 3l44. -.-,
Lackawanna Railroad,
Leave N. T.. Barclay. Ctrlatopner. W. 2fl
Sts.
i ♦$.00 A. M-— For Btnghanwosi a- I StaM|
■■ •10.00 A. M-— For Buffalo, Cclcaga ana •%
Louis.
•I>lP, M— For BufrsUo and Chles«ex
»4.'V» p. M.— Scrnntoa and PlysaeS^
t •« 15 P M.— For Buffalo and Chicago,
. : •9 43 P. M.— Buffalo. srvraouaa. ttiaislk
•ZOO A. Chicago— Sleepers «p*a las)
Ticket* at 149 42». 1133. 14.14 Broa«««9%
M T ■ 339 Fulton St.. B'klya. •Dkc*
tEic«jt Sunday. sLeares CoHst^ci« ■(
6.10 P. If- weekday*.
r— *
H. V., at H. & HARTFO2U> H. %
Train* depart Cram Grand Central Staa*ss|
423 St and 4tb Are., as follows for
BOSTON, via New Landon ± Fiei. U*al%
♦^'10:00. »X .10:01 A. V. •"!:■«■
•x'fl^l "x 3 ■"•">. tt'3:Coi —,'■ S 02. *^2"#
P. M.:" Tla Wi!Hnsant:o— A. I*4
♦2 ''0 P ■ : t!» Spfl.— tft:l4 A. 3*3
♦ 1200. •'4:00. 11:00 P. M.
Wo-'st-r * Flteh.. rla Futnsun, t3^S P. %
Lake-rtlla A Norf.— *S:4B A. M.. ***1 T. 2
Gt. -nrcton. Srockbrfige. L^or. ?*.ttsM
flel j_T4:54. t3:4» A. M. and tS:3I P. U.
Ticket »ac«i at cGrand kestrel £:»n *
ana c!2sth St.. also at c 243. «00 ..JsaJ
B'way -2.' Union S«iuar" cl« 2 Fifth Ar»4
c"43 Columbus Are . - 4* Ma<!t»o» AvV>
cIOS TV. 123 th fit.. 2TB« TWrd Ay*. £%
Frookryn. c 4 Court St.. 4T» Neatrand An« «
S»> Bway. _
•Dally. tExcept Buadaym IP*-3va •>
l»th St. xStop» at 123ta St. dundaya saT*
tParlor Car Limits* .Haa dicing eaa%
cParlor and aee;!na Car tilssfs also.
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LUM&E 7AILEY.
■Foot of West tM A : Cortlandt aad Dwshrnsaui Mas
H •Ui.:y. t Except *uaJay. bandaji »t-aM
b9.'J. d;.3.4a. aT*. ir'.4s. C=». «.«. ~2
UN.f..A,L»S.~,i
Minch r^:r.l Local. i riSiM ►« « * «
BMff.i!i» K^preti. *aT.«) A Jii *WT 3* i. \t
Buflulo E .?r<«3* •69.40 a » *g!5» a ■
BI.A K. 1)(AX1OXI> EXP. *ILM am| *J2 60 Tat
M.iuca ruaaic an.l Uiziecan •12.23 r »id:2.43 9 ■
Wl!ie«-B*.Te l^prefc..... . tsun *4 .10 r i
EaslooLocU tVh>*« t3.53»3l
Cnlraa>> aai! To-ncro Eto (*b3 40 r a|*XS.«l ri
THE BUKKALO IRVDf ..1 •: 38 fM 1 M • p «
TickrtsandPuhiraa accommodatioc* li3.li\Si|
_ ttiO [iruadtvay. lH yh Av».,«i Prloa Sq V>**\
N. •'.: "25 Kill: >n St. 4 focTt St. 4T> Xontraad Ata^
bYi 1 Browlw^y A foot Fulton ct. Ilrooklra.
S. Y. Traaifer to. will cail <„.„... . — VK *g| f»>
mi 1 i>yn and rooi. iablh
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MANUFACTUREn-* of btr.iaw and P«J*
Uib.es Ugh «rjkde b-^wllag alley bcu*
ers; Toweil prtcea. MARS BROS-. as)
T.u.on Square. ____^-
MACB-IXEaYt. ut
Star Gas and G^scliat Esjrtut
Hciia^to aad economical; direct from M
manufacturera, Writ* for deseri9^i«
C J ta^ >g E*'HOMAN. HO West Broadway
400 3fO 600 POUND Drop Hammers. I.OQ*
ci>unJ s-teain llamraer: also efaaller nac9»
tn-TB full "*• of new Drill Passes (14 JJ
»>> Irch). Planers. Shapers. Laihes. etc. tW
shops. Wickf* Braa . IS) LlbertJ^
at" REDUCED PRICT3-— 6CO second baaA
wood and Iron working nwQlnee t«l9
ruaranteed: machtaery bought anJ •»»
JnongeO. GEO. B. EX'DT. Sw s»«.Llaon si
IkKSITIaVTRT.
ERIDOE '" WOR K revoluUcmli«J ~ by biT
Buchanan's Utest ir.ventlua. teeth » _*•
out platm; specialist in porcelain crg«3|
mvl ialayi; ls<u^er.3tT«. Dr. _ ._ — «_*
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