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LrpXHAM CASE ALL IS.
\tJfr Greenbaum Reserves Deri* h ion in Trial for Larceny. (jrajtnbaum r*«^rr*<l decision yest« ***!L caae ©* Geor»« Burnham. Jr.. of the 0* p,« fr vf. who 15 b*lr»* tried for the lar '** t 17 808. in reply to Assistant District & r Vott th« defendant Mid It was true #**■ 'm ta 'ike4 with Mr. Rand. his counsel, f» t! " Vg^tton of his testimony, but. that '* * .at talked with him as to his evidence. *»** .«-a» the $7f500 check paid forT" he wa» •^Ctat »•» #* th" remainder of the lIS.SOO net apart il « e tt3emer.t of the Armstrong claims, the **** ,nd the T.-vy r«Uc««« » n< s Xicholl. & f~" . fff. ar.d cost*." your tJMim that any part of the 515.500 Jplt to J. D. IVellar 3'^fr in »MJem*nt ©f the suit of Wells m , u rnb« - or air. other claim against Rrferve?" w°Burnb»^ *»*4 It wax true also that $15,000 !it«*3 r>ij f " r the *e»tleriier.t of the F»rr*>n **■ tnd that the Hfffecker case had been eet 1 r> - th* payment of the. same amount to \noisla'. H«*eelwr« lawyer. Under rross- Ujation Mr. Burnham repeated his assertion -it no sertfpnent hsd been made with Wells, rfifdarfd that in th» adjustment of lawsuits UflH^salßtai be had probably settled five hun 7", iclts, involvlrg hundreds of thousands of -l*i» c * wtiirh no record na<i * >e ** n made, He 4 so entrj* bad been made in the minutes of *,e*'?u':v<» committee of the $5,000 retainer After the jury had been excused for the day. -sari took vt> the ■■ "-• ">'i of the admiasabil- Kof the alleped I.ou" Payn demand for ROOiCOO. which, it Is aJleped. further was ad- MW4 by the payment by Frecerlck A. Burnham •^[(Kirtft DBt of his own pocket to Mr. Payn. rVn Superintendent «>f Insurance. Mr. Xott cidhe firr '■ i to hrins out in <-ro*s-rxa-niii>a- Sb that th* <if v f< >n^a!' ; • was .-o«:r;i7.ant of the nl vUairr.and which ->\as the reason his brother Hbonwed the SSjSOO from Wells. He aM JJ,. ti* purro:=p in touchlns: on the question V~t to test the credibility of the de/endant sb aV )tnesc Mr. Rand. oppo?lripr the introduction if rich evidenco. s^irt that while it might be •naj^red as erldencw of settling the Halms, it iviii*d m motive I He said further .kit th« pubjert. which might have a Tiarmful iTrt. Should be <"xr!uded from the cross-exam •saflra ar<l that Mr. Nott' should not be per s«Kd to \ntT r "iu -c direct evidence to establish te taste of TTeils's alleged loan to President •arrfenn-.. TOUTS ACT IOX STOPPED. Tennessee Attorney General Says licenses May Xot Be Revoked. Th» Attorney General of Tennessee has "ad flttJ" Insurance CominiEsJoner Folk that Mr. fWk may net revoke the Mutual Life's license rti* licenses of Ha agents "under the facts jusratff. This la the gist of a telegraphic mes ut* <•'-.■'■'- in this city yesterday and refers. ft is believed, to the New York Life as well as it th* Mutual. Several weeks ago E. R. Perkins, vice-presl •Mt of the New York Life, and the Mutual !."» '« Ttanessee managers testified before Com russioner Fo!lt as to the alleged electioneering rsihoCs of the companies. George T. Dexter. |i Mutual life's second vice-president, re tired •. *>ummons" to the hearts*? 1 , but was rr.able to leave this city because oX the con nuefl fUaes) ef Emory McCllntock. the com 'AßT'l first rfce-jwesi<Jent. ' ' ' -aamlnlßtnitloi: '• Interests regard the Attor- RT General's decision as a setback for th« "op r«2ca." The Kentucky courts have not de tiid whether or not Commissioner Prewitfs wapwary revocation of the Mutual Life's char ter la the Blue Grass State should be made rcEaoent The Kentucky decision is looked fir text week. G»c:d OH Mutual Life's ••administration" MM be ■DeaasAsi at th* Impending elections, pttra* C. ■*■*■•■*■ resignation or dismissal a Iflokea for a: an tajiy date. Mr. Hind man is « company's managing agent In Tennessee T./>T ./> m»r.- ma<se an affidavit in the Kentucky ™o«C:n«s that hc»rr* and others were re »Mr* thousands of dollars weekly to elec- WM«rferthe "adrrinistratlon" ticket. Mr."Hlnd « Is On brother of Colonel Bisooe Hlndraan. c x.«tucky, r,r,« of the five alleged "coerced nuiajere. ft— I»HH Darter denied yesterday that J^a ef the companye agents had received aP*— ci --v for electioneering, as tjjw by Mr Hlndman. The salaries m»n "Mfl. ««:■: Mr. Destcr, -were purely for "busl "■ rur7.'f»' ' and not fcr electioneering, 4c-orfli r . to a statement Issue it yesterday by winteraa* .-.->.**.-««• commltte*. New --.klule pollcyhoMers are now receiving from ** m agents requests that they send ITtf totead ct rallots. aaylnaj. "On account ■ttl death of one of o ur candidates we need gn rrexv." Th» international committee at- Sg»? tills allf gei procedure to Superintendent lerder tint the New York Life furnish 2K»bT cf ballot* ■at daily in the com *ZL °" c *- To lh « int«>rnational corr/nittee. forcing to the Fame committee, the Mutual rJt rro-adrraristration Colgate committee has H ■■* oat iroadcast printed circulars j^ntfflj; admlnistratlen indorsements obtained wi ws> -rary > agents before there were any Wtmor. ■ tickets in the field. •sTC*i ''-'"' atlci nal«" made public also a £•£* etter " frfjni Frar.k McCarty. cashier of 1 National Bank, of Kokomo. Ind., pwmicg against the us» of his signature for Stt&POße. and lßdorsins: th*» "united com- It w M in the field. *aeu-r» . "Srar.^m h^ard argument yesterday ■_ -«c«se of If^rbert G. Tull against the Equi- Justice Blschofl had given an lnterlocu- JJ»emer.T fustaining a demurrer to Tull's CX*}™: Mr. Tu:i sought Judgment that th« H23* 1 ■Hesed 510.000,000 surplus was the ttS&r** Ptop^ilt. He asks for a dlstribu- the eoaipaay'a surplus. A. D. Woodruff ,££?!" Mr - Tu;i . and Allan MeCulloch the <^Woo4rufr criticised the company's amend '^iner. Mr. .McCulloch. however, declared ajj^?* amtr -' i(? 's charter/* as purposed "some ir ! ae °'" vaß "d" a d and non-existent." «£,£", ar * urn^' :t Mr. McCulloch said the v '-•- / a! »ed to Ebov that he had ar.y interest *-/« the ouestior.? which he sought to raise. «« 1! I' 01 a «ockhol<ler In the defendant. he VA vf X " LS a bolder. Mr. McCulloch • •or"** «lß.uon to the defendant v.as simply "•7V. tuaJ r-.. -to *>** measured by the terms •us POJcy. 'Plaintiff does not set forth." he ? LOST. ew'S?!?*^ "• • •*•• •» Bar Dock ** 'ur* i^l- *** P*- r »°" having claim* * •»»-%?"■ t c * :: *' ! xi *° a to p«»* nt • «4siiJ V* . fc6rk ■'■■■'■'■■ thirty cays. •*! im'" "'-* *' b « «*clarea can- UHT-a,.... •ivoasit^*" /** « M « 3 « oa Dry Dock %»Sk? A " y Person having claim* tT?S '"• '*'■'■'- upoa to present " ti« --J *;• "ank antbta " lrty day*. •a*! aig -..,''"•"' *•'■'■ b « «•;*»« can *< it li« 0* '"*"'' * x ' 4 * "* w •"* J^SmbSF* . Ne ****** on T>r T>oek 5» vi hS^ . Al!y >«"■«> bavin* Calms * to?/L to <■•£*' "P^a to present t- 1^ "3 £cv Ur * ,"i tk& thlrty CV "' • *'* mi \~?* w!1 fc « ««clared ean **^.^ w.ereof. 411 tavir^s Bsci In the L.**sV < 2L^«* fth »re. ar.i 14th 2L«r» «oti~2* '•*• •••''•■'•■ All per- S* If »Sr2r •*/ln« r.egotiatir.g the r uJ^-7' le me hark on If- I -• ■ ■ t "»tAC«Ajr». y^s^^iMWy fc*Wffini M w-»th.w -»th. Ua-araw. '« **».w£*m: B ,' Jn . Hol - &K. Old *^^» *HUitSa BMf ay—a ■aid. "except by way of eoneluaion of law and Inferwir?. that he Is a pollcyholder." The court reserved decision. THE MTTTTTAL'S SUIT IN LONDON. Steking Damages for Transfer of Policy holders to North British Company. London. Dec. C- The hearing: of the suit of the Mutual Life Insurance Company, of New York against the North British and Mercantile Insurance Company and D . C. Haldeman. former London manager of the Mutual, began here to-day before Justice Sir Charles Swinfen Eady. The plaintiffs ask for an Injunction and damages, alleging; that while Mr. Haldeman was .till in their employ he •urgested to the North British company a scheme to transfer the British policyholders of the Mutual J2rJL h «n«M° rth , B^. iUsh> * nd that on th( » <J»y °f the it!?? * * n° f h i 8 * n ßa^ement with the Mutual he fnv" ( .4 «1 circular tr. all the British policyholders vJMH-F ?n? n to surrender their policies In tho •«illi al and trßnßf *'»' them to th« North British company. It in also contended by the plaintiffs Lifi », » - H*-1«H *- 1 « 1 ?'"»n wrongfully used Information uhlch he obtained as London manager for the Mutual. Th« trial will probably last several days. 1 Ex-Attorney neral Finlay. in presenting the pla-ir.tiffs case, Pa i.l it was admitted that there had been the gravest abuses in the management of the Mutual, but the nujrgestion made by Mr. Halde man of failure to take the most stringent, steps to end these, abuses was absolutely unfounded. He stated at the < or.Hue-ion of his long address that the nurr*n<i*»rs of British policyholders In the Mutual totalled J2.50rt.000. VALVE OF IMMIGRATION. forms in Present Laics Urged at League Mans Meeting. At a mass meeting held In Cooper Union last night, under th« direction of the New Immi grants Protective League, resolutions were adopted, addressed to President Roosevelt and both branches of Congress, protesting: against the restriction of desirable Immigration as pro posed in the Lodge-Gardner bill now pending before Congress. Reforms in the present immigration laws were also demanded, particularly an exact interpre tation of such 'loose terms as "dangerous, loathsome and Infectious disease," and "to be come a public < barge. " The hall was well filled with men and women of all nations. Germans. Italians and Jews pre dominating:. r>r. A. Yen l>uering presided. Ix>uis Viereck. president of the league, was the first speaker. He said that the sentiment of Germans through nut (be country waa averse to further restric tions against the Immigrant. Kdward Lauterhai'h said it. was singular that there should be any need for such a gathering. •It is singular." said he. "that a check should t>*> put on the vary people who have been the means <f raising America to the heights of prosperity tiiat she is now enjoying. Congreaa should encourage and not discourage the assim ilation of imnlgrailVs. Their cosmopolitanism, which ought to be regulated instead of abso lutely discouraged, has been the very life of this country." David Healy. an Immigration inspector, said that he spoke for Commissioner Watrhorn when he said that tho officers of the immigration bu reau were doing all they could t<> ameliorate the condition of the immigrants under the existing laws. FATAL DUEL OVER GI Brothers Fight with Stilettos — One Dies. Because a young Italian woman named Rosle Farla thought more of his brother Andrew than of him. Raphael Franzse. living at No. 49 Have meyer street, challenged Andrew to fight a duel last night. The brothers locked themselves in a bedroom and there slashed away at each other with Etllettos until Andrew fell dead with three big wounds in his abdomen. Raphael got out <>f the house, by way of the fire escape. The woman In the case had been keeping company with Raphael. It appears, but had a preference for Andrew, and wrote him a letter to that effect. Raphael found the letter and the duel followed. The parents of the brothers heard the noise and broke into the room. Raphael was climbing out of a window at that time, and they made no effort to stop him. Word was sent to the police and to the Eastern District Hospital. When th« physicians arrived Andrew was dead. The police at "once began a search for the other brother, but up to an early hour this morning he was still at liberty. BURNING STEAMER COMES TO PORT. Cretan of Boston and Philadelphia line Beached in Delaware River. Philadelphia, Dec. G— Fire which burned for mor<* than twenty-four hours In the forward held of the steamer Cretan, of the Boston & Philadelphia Steamship Company, which arrived here to-day, caused an estimated loss of between $150,000 and 5200.000. The flames were dis covered on "Wednesday night while the steamer was off th% New Jersey coast. The crew were unable to extinguish the fire, and the Cretan came into port burning fiercely. Philadelphia fireboats came to the assistance of the crew, and the Cretan was towed to Petty's Island, in the Delaware River, where she was beached. The fireboats flooded the steamer, and after several hours' hard work extinguished the flames. WAMTS CONFERENCE ON CONGO. Radical Leader in Belgian Parliament Would Dispel Bad Impression. Brussels. Dec. The question of the Cnngo Free State came up unexpectedly In the Chamber of Deputies to-day. M. Jansen, the Radical leader, roused the enthusiasm of the Chamber by advising that Belgium take the Initiative in calling an in ternational conference fcr the protection of th* native? of the state, in order to efface the bad impression aroused abroad by reports of their condition. ACADEMY OF MEDICINE ELECTION. The annual el^< M<in of officers of the New York Academy of Medicine was held last night In Hosack Hall, the meeting room of the society. The ticket, aa announced by the retiring prr-sldent. Dr. Charles [* Dana, was bjs follows: President. Dr. John A. Wyeth; vice-president. Dr. Algernon T. Bristow; trustee, L'r. Charles L. Dana; member of commit tee on admissions. Dr. Floyd M. ("raiidall; member of committee on library. Dr. Henry S. Oppenheim er; recording secretary. Dr. Johii H. Huddleston, and corresponding secretary, Dr. Charles Stedman Bui!. HELP WAJfITSP. Male lyiytbii II lyjimS) Wanted— A couple of good adrer ttelnc solicitors on The Tribune Al manac for 1907. Liberal conunls glcn. Addres. AdTertiaiog Manager Tribune Almanac. 1U Naaaau street. New York. — Over 14 year* of age for holiday season; salary S6; penaaaant position* for one* most satisfactory. Apply after » a- m . Theodora B. Starr. 112« Broadway. WANTED--l)o«r»etln. *Tperl*oc«d *&X& X * T tlelsx agent*; entirely new propoalUoni •alary ant commission. Call to-day , »*> to S o'clock. Room 61». lord's Court BHg . 27 "VriaUm st. SIX WKEKB* Instruotlon la mvalUns; aalasmanship; t>oaltlon guaraateed upon completion, ftrav&street Syatenx Rocbe*<*r. If. T. VIOLIN and PIANO TEACHEIt wanted in Virginia home. Ad4ieaa J. M I***** care M BcMX *■-.:.; >.. U Html i* st. XEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY. DECE]\rBER 7. 1906. TROTIISG BOARD ACTS Spear and Sanders Expelled Fol lowing Gold Cup Case. The board of review of the National Trotting Association resumed Its annual session yester day at the Murray Hill Hotel. A number of cases were heard during the day. Including the one apalnst A) Thomas, the well known driver, for refusing to start a horse In the third heat of a race at Syracuse on September 12. The Thomas case took up much time, and a number of witnesses went on the stand, among them Mr. Thomas himself. The apology which he wroto was also offered In evidence. It was as follows: £ At the state fair In Syracuse in the State of New York, during the month of September of the present year, I offended the judges of a race by refusing to start a horse called Malnsheet In the third heat of the race, after having driven him the first, two heats, losing the first and win ning the second, of which I was wrongfully de prived by the decision of the judges on the ground that I had committed a foul, which I distinctly denied. I know now, after serious thought, that It is my duty to submit to the rulings of the judges of a race, even when I know they are wrong (proper and efficient gov ernment cannot otherwise he maintained), and look to the board of review to correct the error. I. therefore, apologize to the judges of the na tional association, to the association itself, and to the public, for my failure to promote the in terests of the sport by conforming to the direc tions of the judges and starting my horse In the third heat of the race. Before the board adjourned If not only took up a. temporary reinstatpment of (reorge W. Spear, the driver, from expulsion some years ago, but again expelkd him under Rule IK, Section 2. whi<*h relates to th» doping of horses. This case was made by the Board of Rr-vietv on behalf of the National Trotting Association, on account of Pj>oar's connection with the Pmathers Memphis Gold Cup incident. Horsemen about the Murray Hill Hotel were frank to admit that it !■; unlikely that, in a trotting sense. Spear will ever again recover his place. The hoard also expelled, under Rule 16, "FA" Panders, tho stanlo attendant, who is an offl .davlt presentf'l in the Smathers caso. stated that he had administered dope to Lo^i Dillon. th« Billings trotter, at the instigation of «leorge W. Spear. The case against Millard Sanders was continued. The board denied the application of A. I*. Thomas, of Renson. Neb., for removal of expul sion. Thomas is the horseowner whose case was on trial throughout a considerable portion of the day. It was saiil lnst night that the expulsion of A. L. Thomas will, In all probability, be taken up by the board at its next meeting in May, V.«> 7. and that there is considerable bolief among horsemen that he will be reinstated at that time. Among other decisions reached by the board in the course of a long executive session were the following more important ones: Denial. of the application of James Fogarty, of Ontario. Canada, lor removal of expulsion; granting of similar applications from A. L. Lehman, of Mis sissippi, from li. I>. Shattuck, Titusville. Perm., and from Frank H. Stone, of West Hartford, Conn. C M. Rowland, of Woonsoekfit. R. I.; K. M. King, Chark'st.mr. Mass., ami W. T. Parker. of Providence, wore suspended for one year for declaring off races contrary to rules. . B. W. Rosemeyer. of Poughkeepsie. X. T., -who was the driver mentioned in the Miller case tried in open session, was nnod, for driving while under suspension. W. F. Benson and Richard Callahan. of Philadelphia, were fined slmilarlj*. W. T.. Ammnn, T. A. Meyers and George Campbell, three Judges, were expelled for mis representitng time in the race at the York, Perm, meeting last fall. T. Fred Johnson and D. E. Lynch, Of St. Johns, X. 8.. were expelled for misrepresentation of time of the horses Bel fry Chimes and Black Diamond In a race trot ted July 2. 1!X>«. In the case of Alexander Hunter. Ottawa. Can., against D. Senecal. of Montreal, ir. was shown that the che.stnut mare Ottawa Be!!° was none other than the chestnut mar« •1*1." with a record of 2:26 1 -4. and the horse was ordered ex pelled and her winnings distributed. LOSS IN READVILLE TROTTING. Boston. Dec. 6—The trotting meeting which the New England Horse Breeders' Association con ducted the past season at the Readvllle track re sulted In a loss of $4,705 to the association, ac cording to the report of T. T.ee Qutmby, the treas urer, made at the annual meeting to-day. The following board of directors was elected: John E. Thayer. Ralph B. Williams, "William R. Allen, Georff*. 11. Grave?. Charles "Whltlemore, Ar thur H. Parker. C. Lascell, George Van Dyk«, J. M. Johnson. T. Lee Quimby and C. M. Jewett. clerk. VALUABLE SET OF "THE SPECTATOR." Cambridge, Mass , Dec fi— "What the Harvard College library officials declare to be the only com plete set of "The Spectator." to which Steel* and other writers of the eighteenth century contributed, has been presented to the college library by Will iam R. Castle, one of the Instructors In English. and Glinden Oshorne. who played left tackle on this year's football team. Messrs. Castle and Op borne purchased the set from a Philadelphia dealer for $500. and the library officials value It at several times that amount. Cahimet Mich . Dec. «.— As a result of the «x- f lesion of fourteen boxes of blasting powder in he Qulncy mine last night, one miner is dead, one was probably fataUv lniured and two are seriously hurt. Oswego. Kan , Dec fi.— Eugene C. Bagwell, for merly secretary to Judge Alton B. Parker, was re leased from the charge of bigamy in th* District Court of La Bette County yesterday. De Soto. Kan.. Dec. «.— A robber early to-day at tacked Miss Zona Heckert, night operator for the Santa Fe, robbed the depot money drawer of a handful of money and escaped. Wllkes-Barre, Perm , Dec. 6.— ln an explosion of gas in the Baltimore mine of the Parrish Coal Company, near this city, to-day, two men were killed and five others injured. San Antonio, Tex.. Dec 9.— lmmigration Into the Vnlted States at border cities was heavier during the month of November than it has been for many years. <"'leveland, Dec. 6. The Int»rstati» Commerce Commission will meet in Cleveland about the mid dle of January to hoi 1 formal hearings on charges of discrimination filed by the National Petroleum Association of this city against fifty-one railroads east of Chicago axd north of the Ohio River. Norfolk. Va., Dec. fc- Ft was announced by Gov ernor Swanson to-day that the presentation of the IBilver service, the gift of the stata to the battle ship Virginia, will take place at the Norfolk Navy Y;ird December 15. Reading. P»nn., De/\ 6— The strike of eight hun dred employes of the Re.iding Iron Company, which began five months aijo. ended to-day, when the men were Kr<tM»'l an advance in wages of about 21i per cent. HELP WANTED. Vernal*. ABRAHAM A STRAUS. BROOKLYN. WANT A NUMBER OF BRIGHT GIRLS OVER 1« TEARS OF AGE TO ACT AS PARCEL WRAPPERS. APPLY TO SUPERIN TENDENT. DEPART MENT OF WRAPPING. BASKMENT. DRESSMAKER — Operators. Improvers, finishers and apprentice girls wanted. 640 Greene aye , Brooklyn. MT'BICTAN who can play violin and piano can find situation la a Virginia family. Address J. If. Larry. 841 Summer aye. Newark. ADVERTISEMENTS and subscriptions for The Trtbuna received at their tTptown Office. No. 11*4 Broadway, between S«th and 87'h §t». until 9 o'clock p. m. Alv*r- Usemects recced at the following branch office* at regular oftVe rate* until 8 o'clock p. m.. vl«.: 234 Bth aye.. •. c. cor. 28.1 st.i US nth aye.. cor. 12th St.; 02 East Hth at ; Jf»T West 424 St., between 7th and Bth svea • 2*3 West 12flth at; 1838 «d aye.. between 7i.tr. and 77th its.; lujij .14 aye.. .near dlat at ; 1708 Ist aye. near MKh st.; 157 East ltStb st; 718 Tremoos aye.; 660 84 are. ILEGRAPHIC NOTES PROF. BITTATION9 WASTED. Female. STENOGRAPHER— Bright, accurate and rapid; some experience; no agents. Mlsa McDonnell. 852 Fust 42d st. WORK WANTED, Male. ACCOUNTANT seeks engagements: opens, closes, adjust*, audits books; term* rea sonable; special rates to firms not requiring bookkeeper permanently. Accountant. *X> Ralph et.. Brooklyn. BOOKKEEPER. — Thoroughly competent 26. nice appearance, hard worker,' wishes position with atandard house; at present employed. A. M. Dooriy, 131 st i< «r.'l 12th aye. T'""HER — Young German. !•• landed, seeks position where thera •« chance for advancement: sausage rna| ■ 1 preferred. Oolts'-h. 413 Ka»t 71st • BOOTBLACK wishes gooil plaic. »>arb«r shop or hotel, Joseph Rilemoz. 823 East 12th st. BAKER-— Exverlen.-ed: foreman on bread and rolls Cart Strabiegg. 4'O Esst 7«th St.. flr»t BOOT. BOY I>">. wishes to learn electric traia. Oeorge Si-hellhammer. 1677 Avenue A. ROT of 11: with chance nf advancement. Joseph Moinola, WHS Avenu* A. CI'BTOM ""UTTER —A practical man. viii, nsparlra 1 •'. seeks place with a mer "tailor. Ad-Ira*. Room 24, 10 East 14th st. WORK WANTED. Male. OONTOURJST. — By young German! unit** stands all outline work; or do any other work. Address Adolf IrmUr. care Richur, 207 East 88th St. CABINETMAKER, 80; talks little and un derstands English; best reference 10 years' experience; knows business perfectly. Jon athan George. 127 West 15th st- CASHIER or office position or any kind of light work, by Catholic young man. 28. of good appearance; little lama. J. Mo- Cluskry. 1126 Myrtle aye.. Brooklyn. CLERK. 23; experienced banking and mercantile houses, desires to connect with reliable house. Johnston. 157 East • Ist st. CLOTH EXAMlNEß.— Assistant, pl«c« good, stock clerk, measurer; In some re liable cloth ing house; five years' expexi snea. Maurice Setter. 703 East sth st. COLL.EGIATE. studying during day, wants evening employment at anything; every evening if necessary; good at figures. Ad dress Student. 1418 .Ith aye. CARPENTER and JOINER.— Good work man; steady work. Oottfrlad Hlavaty, 4SS East 72d st.. top floor. CARPENTER Also cabinetmaker; have all ne essary tools. Banllower, IS For syth st. CARPENTER' 3 HEXPBR.— Youn« man: where he can leara the trade. Hart man. f26 East 11th st. CA.RPEXT3R. BUILDER. — Ftrjtt class; jobbing, repairing; good reference. S. Decault, 332 Atlantic aye., Brooklyn. CHAUFFEUR'S HELPER.— By single young American; In repair shop or on gentleman's place. Address T. F. Malone. 160 Bleecker st. CHAUFTErR. reliable; young man: strict ly poher; can do own repairing: or work ing In repair shop. William Regan. 108 Bth aye. CHAUFFEUR and COACHMAN By mar ried 6w»<ie. 40, 1 child; 15 years' personal K»w York City reference as coachman; graduated from New York School of Auto mobile Engineers; also has some knowledge of White Steamer. Address P. O. Box 132. Morrlstuvn. N. J. CKA'TFEI'II. — RMer and horse trainer. German; u-ith wife, If required, who Is Itorwi cook, willing to do housework: city. country. T.etters, Chauffeur. 1496 2d aye. I'HiITFEI'R -Young colored man. 30; licensed on foreign and American ears; beat personal rnference. A. C. Hoyt. SIS West :.!>th St., oare B. Rtley. CHAVFFBUR. licensed. J3; run and re palr ai.y make gasolene car; total ab stainer: refined: best of references. Hart. SIC r.afaymt* ay»., Brooklyn. CHAUFFEUR. — Scotch; mechanic; sev»>n years' experience; with private gentle man; accustomed to high power cars; ex cfllent references. floss, care of Cxermak. S West 65th »t. ,1-HAI'l-TEt'R --German. 22; six years' rond and shop experience In Europe and United States; willing to make himself generally useful: references: moderate sal ! ary. Address F. A. V.. 1304 Myrtle are.. Brooklyn. CHAl'FKti'n, 8 years' shop and road ax iterlence; reliable driver; good mechanic; sober and reliable. t». W. Hudson, 127 .lano st.. Long Island <:lty. CONBTRUCTOB. BTC. — Experienced young niaii desires position an con- Btructor and draughtsman: apecially eeientitlc a:id metoorological instruments; fliiishiiij;. adjusting; graduate Swiss polytec>nilcal school. Schlaepfer. 3046 Ar.-h St., Philadelphia. DRCTQGIBT. -Junior clerk; speaks Italian and Bncllah; ullllnt;. Address R. M . 2o>\ 4th aye., Brooklyn. DRIGGISTS RELIEF; Thursday, KrldaT. Saturday o;>en. Dillman, 1132 Greene ay*., Uruokljn. DRr\'ER. by married man: referencea. Krci l'ousson, 308 Suydan at.. Brooklyn. EUECTRICIAN, young man. 3 yeara" «x pericni-e; has tochnioal e.lu.'ati"n; good mechanic, ri. -sires permanent situation in factory, office bullcling or engineer's. Ad dreaa H. H. Spelrs. 211 Kldridge st. ET-KiTRIi'IAN.— By young man. 20, with power house experience. William Yon Petfrern. 411 Courtlandt at.. West Hoboken, N .T. EILSCTRICIAN. understand all bell work, tire alariv.s. telephones and all Interior eommuni-.atlnn sysrems. conduit motors and electric lighting, open for engagement. R. Fleet. 3T4 bth St.. Brooklyn. ELEVATOR RT T NXER. — Young man. col ored ; experienced, sober, obliging and honest: gooii personal references; no carda. Wlrston. 414 W>at 39th at. FFEDER. — Young man I", wishes to learn cylinder feeding; wilting to start with low wages. Klmmel. IS3 Ludlow st. FRITT and VEOETAJBI.E MAY. first claaa. wishes position la first <?!aas store only; best of ref«rences from present employer. E. Batdal. IPSI Amsterdam aye. MAN, 21: can do painting, paperhangina", rUEterlng. alterations; work by piece or estimates fur landlords, estates, etc Firry, 546 East 104 th st. MAN, 83. married, handy in etore. hotel or private pla"«: not afraid of work; moder ate saJary; references. etehMns. 9 East 10l?t st. MAN, bright, well educated, wishes altua tton of any kind; can give $100 security: best references. Address R. R.. 246 Wast 86th at. MAN, aldarly; any kind cf Inside work: by th? hour, day or week. Address J. P.. 847 Ist aye. MACHINIST. — Steady work on lathe and planinsr machine; to p«rf«<3t himself. Jossf Brettrager. car* of Hauar. 648 East 12th *'. MASSAGE at patient's residence by expe rienced and successful masseur, terms moderate Keane. 833 East 17th st. MAN, 2S, -with knowledge of woodworking, wishes to iea.ru trade of cabinetmaker: has taken six months' course in technical boo] Box 820. Bernardsville., N. J. PLUMBERS HELPER: can wipe and do Jobbing; will work city or country. Cor coran. 469 West 21et st. PORTER — By light colored man In office cr office building with gentleman; refer ences. Flea pa call or address G. Challeno*. 506 West 125 th. care Mrs. ralllas. PORTER — B^y young man, as elevator runner or light po-ter work. M. J. Egan. •23 West 47th St. PORTER.— Middle • aged, reliable; light work, business house, store; work of any kind; good referer.ee; fourteen years last placie. Adiress A . cara of H. Allen. 229 Eaat S7rh st. PAINTER, house; first class. William Turnbull. 3-W West 12th st. PAINTER, paperhanger. decorator: take charya an.i responsible; any Job; city, country. IM Bast 41st st. PLUMBERS HELPER,— By young man. 18. with Jobbing plumber; one year's ax perience. Address Louis Rosenfeld.. 3'il East Tt»th st. PLASTERER, foreman; city or country; good reference. E. S., Box it. Glen Cove. Long Island. PRESSMAN". grade Job pressman, of experience and executive, ability, wishes to talc* chars'" In good house; strictly temperate. Address rressrnan. 358 West 22d St. PRIVATE SHCBETART. &c —By expert encsd business man; time partly disen caged; open tor engagement as private sec retary, representative or agent; good a*> countar.r Address T. X.. Tribune Office. STEAMFITTER.— Steady place, by good, steady man, who is willing to join the union at any time. £03 Hudson aye.. Union Hill. N. J. EHIPPIN'"* 'LBRK— Experienced man deslr'S permanent position; salary. MS, US. T. Rountree. 237 lfth st.. Brooklyn. STENOGRAPHER or PRIVATE BQCRE TARY.—CnpabI* curresponJent and ste nographer desjres permanent position, city or country, excellent character; n'ivv employed; aged 3;i. Allilis— T. H . I)anrjury. Conn. BTKAM and AMMONIA FITTER wishes steady position. H. Conklln. 421 East ISUtI. St BAU3AOE BUTCHER— By Austrian; also experienced In wlr.e tra<?e; steady place,. 170 East B<Jlh st. TBLEPHONX ?WITrHBOARD OPERA- X( ill —Two ana a half years' experience; ' reference*. W. Donaldson. 808 West *2d at. TO MAKK enow white bri-kstonpj for front walls on buildings. Zlmmermann. 7«J German Place. Th« Bron«. \ TOtta« m»n of education and rteno* In travelling wanted a* corr and tutor for a young man of 20. ess, with references. C. 1. H-. Boa N*xv York. WATCHMAN on bindings: b«it of refer -■■•• •■ Richardson. 67 Surapter St.. Brooklyn. TOVNQ MAN. 22. work In any office: typewriter bookkeeper; an all around fool and ambitious business man. B. F. L.. 17 Kllery at . Brooklyn. TOVXQ MAN. American. I*. refined, study- In*. •ie*iraa to occupy a few hours a day In frAoa work or confidential position: ■pesVa several languages; college certlrt cat«; first class reference; *ecurHy If re qulie.i t 3.11 East ISth st. TOUNQ MAN. at anything; has had «x perl«nce with lace house as stock clerk, shlpi-lng clerk and sisltant salesman. W. B. w., 379 Broadway, Brooklyn. f WORK WANTED. Ma*. TOUNO MAN. U, would Ilk* pcittloa where h« can learn machinist, electric or automobile trade; best of reference* A. Bern hard. 1050 East Ittth at YOUNQ MAN.— IS; anxious to learn elec trician's trade. O. Schwab, 1001 Flusn- Inc aye.. Brooklyn. YOUNQ MAN. IS. technically educated, handy with tools, wishes place with elec trtcal Instrument making firm; good refer ence: salary JR. Fogel. 12 East U4th st TOI.NO MAN, 18. with two years' high school experience, desires a reliable po sition, with* advancement; J8 to start. H unman. 544 East Bth st. YOrNO MAN. 28. at anything; strong; furnish beat referenoe. Albert Eplu, 2-4* East Houston st. YOUNG MAN.— la automobile gsrage. even from ft to 0; salary no object. Address L. Curtis 339 West 17th at. YOUNG MAN. German, at anything; !s~* good painter. Janitor. 77-4 East l.Vnh st. TOUNO colorsd man. with mechanical elevator and firing experience, desires position; references. Joseph Welch, 26 J West 53d st. YOU.VO MAN. 2S. willing and ambitious. wishes position at anything! wages. $9. J. Fuerth. 304 East 86th st. YOrxO MAN desires position; talks sev eral languages. Address I. Oransteln. 258 Eaat 10th st TOt'NO MAN blight ambitious, as office assistant or stock clerk, where there ts a chance of advancement. M. Gotthelm. 400 Bradford et . Brook iyi. YOt'XG MAN. 21, would like position at anything; outdror preferred. Ed V. Ham mel. S7D East lS6th it. TOVNO MAN, 31 : Intelligent. Industrious, willing: from 1 to 7 hours dally, or any outdoor position. Charles Osllnoff. 27 Btuyvesant St. YOI'NO MAX.— In real estate office, or as timekeeper; chance for advancement; ex cellent references. A. Ull*", 802 \Test 180 th st. TOT"VG MAN.— Sober, willing: can da neat alteration on ladles* and gents' cloth ing; also good shaving: with private Jam ll'. Richards. 211 West 124 th st. YOUXO MAX. 24. wishes position. Her man Roth. 16 Madison aye.. Glendale Long Island. Female. ADDRESSEE — Toon* lady. 20; office work. Miss Jeanne M'Hugh. 1278 First aye. MANICI'RIVfJ, ncalp treatment, prevent- Ing falling of hair; also removing superfluous hair; appointments desired at ladies' residence by competent, re fined woman. Box M, Tribune Uptown Otflce, 136 1 Broadway. STENOO RA PHER. — Experienced : operates Remington and I'nderwood ma ■ ir.os; salary $12 to start. Florence McGulre. a»">« West Z3>l st. STENOGRAPHY, typewriting, fac simile duplicating; superb work; cheap rates; law work; stenographers, furnished, per manent and temporarily. 434.'. — Beck man. Jupp Stenographers' Exchange. 150 Nassau st. STENOGRAPHER and typewriter, compe tent; stenographer with two years' experi ence; ti!«!i school education: salary, $li>, with advancement. Edna Braun, 230 West 115 th st. STENOGRAPHER and TYPEWRITER.— By young lady; capable, neat, willing; can operate any n:a -hln* (Monarch pre ferred). Miss Oberciur.. 530 Ea«t l»'h sr. STENOGRAPHER and TYPEWRITER.— Can read and typewrite German: one year's experience: salary $-9. Elizabeth J. Gebhardt. 201 East 92d st. STENOGRAPHER and TYPEWRITER.— By younp girl. $S to start. Miss Durkan, 631 East 142 d st. STENOGRAPHER and typewriter, begin ner, desires position; salary, $6-$7; re fined, ambitious: willing to learn. Helena Lichtenstein, 171 Kast lOSth st SWrTr^IBOARD OPERATOR; 4 rears' ex perie::-« r> M . 2KJ 13'h st.. Jersey City. TELEPHONE OPEFATOR.— GirI. IS. with 2 years' experience. For particulars ad dress B. E. Schrultr. 73 Dupont st . Brook lyn. TELEPHONE OrERATOR.-^Yourir lady? 20, refined, neat appearance, living with parents; switchboard; day work: experi enced; od reference. Address Operator. care Green, 821 West 141 st st. TUTOR. — Younjr lalv graduate; elementary subjects. A I*. 12« West 83d St. TYPEWRITER and STENOGRAPHER.— By young lady; saJary ?"» if permanent: will substitute or do work at home; has own macntn*. MiM Moore, 838 W. ts*h at TYPEWRITER and STENOGRAPHER.— By competent young girl. 17; salary $7 to start: experienced. Address E. Waters, 66 Windsor Place. Brooklyn. DOMESTIC SITCATIONS WANTED. Mais. BUTLER — By man and wife; Germans; thoroughly competent; wlf« ex cellent cook; soups, meats, flsl-.. antre#« man butler; In private family; Al refer ences. 131 West 2»th st. COOK, dinner, good earrar, butcher, wlahes BTeady eoattlon; rafw Knobel, 352 Eaat Bth s- COOK. — Private family or boarding hcuf»; reference from last place. George Ye% 127 West 81st st. COMPANION — Invalid companion, grai nat« nurse and masseur; highly recom mended. Thomas Day, care, Pr. Os baldesson. 202 West 83d ai COACHMAN —By married Swede. 40: 1 child; 15 years' oersonal New York City reference; thoroughly understands man agement of large private stable. Address P. O. Box 132. Morrtstowa, N. J. FARMER or CS3FUI, MAN.— By Irish man; married, no children: wife excellent cook; well recommended. At Carpenter's Bureau. 154 6th ay«. FARM MANAGER.— By German: 28 years' experience; can take full charge; a plao^ on large farm. Address Schon, 112 East 77th St.. cor. 4th aye. GARDENER. — Superintendent on gentl-» man's private estate; I* experience in all branches greenhouses, fruit. vegetable*. la«na, shrubberies; guarantee satl^factorv' results; married, no family; Scotch. "'■> years; Al testimonials. Gardener, care. Marshall & Co.. 148 West 221 St. JAPANESE youth; attends school; un.Vr srands lumsamiiiß. in private farrily any place where allowed to go t . school. Tauru. 64 East 133 d St. JANITOR. German, wants 2 houses; under stands hot water; good painter. J. Klein. 1696-98 Washington ay». JANITOR. — By colored man and wife; no children: references. J. Grant. 237 West 61st St.. ground floor back, weal site. JANITOR. — By German- American; business building; steam or cold water fla* do all repairs; best reference. Addr«.»s. or call. August WaMLnger, 596 St. Ann's aye. JANITOR. — By colored couj>l«; references. 14 East llt>th st.. ba*em<snt. JANITOR. — Wishes change; 2 first class flats; good worker; S years last place, 2 years In present employment. Address Janitor, 132 E.-ict 13S<1 st. JAPANESE desires position in prlvata family to do any kind of work, with' privilege of attending evening school: ■rood references. B. G. Box 19. cara Tribune. NURSE, masseur; care for Invalid or eM*r ly gentleman part of day; present em ployer will recommend. -:-.::.an. lOTtl 5d aye., advertising ofnea. KURBB or OOMPAKIOM ta invalid or chrualO patient in private I t young man; experienced; reference; JS week. Address Nurse. 044 Columbus aye. SECOND MAN. — Lady, recently returned to town, wishes to i :ace second man. a young Frenchman, who has been with her seven months in the eoantry, bal I* ti.it needed In th* city. Call at 4 East 74:. . st.. between 0 and 2 o'clock. CSEITIi MAN. — Polish; can cook, wnlt on table; for small family. Thomas. X2<> ljt aye. VALET— Yours man. 3J. as valet to gen tlaman In private family. A'idress Norrls Prest Philip. EM M st . Lakawood, \. J VALET or BUTLER.— Eo«Iish : first class traveller; understands his duties; with gentleman or family; 10 years' experience. Pea! a. 62 East 41st St. WAITER Wish** position In oafe; 8 > - u-s ratiafaeam D North. 147 W«ai 106 th st. TOUNO MAN. German, lately landed; In riding academy or private/ family; iaught by German cavalry. Joseph Henze. care of Becker. 780 East l«l'h at. Female. COOK.— By English Protestant: thoroughly understands all branches plain and fancy cooking : best of references; city or coun try. 11. II . Mrs. Collier's Agency. 122 West 23d st. COOK —By light colored woman in private family; eaa cook for dinner or lunch parties; take entire care of kitchen; wu«os ♦35 per month; no cards. Address N. Couk. 323 West B»th at., care Janitor. COOK —ny southern colored woman In a first elan family; plain cocking anJ laun ■ dr/ or housework In small family: refer ences. Mary 1- Thompson. 821 West tlfta. DOMESTIC «ITrATTO"C«I WAITED. Female COOK. — Competent take char** of ktieS*n: i best references. Jussila Bureau. €60 Laa tngton ay«. COOK. — Swedish; excellent: capable of tak ing chef's pl*e; high class bachelor, pri vate patronage; Washington or South; din ner!!, lunches. Ella. Wintarnp Bureau. «B West 3«th st. COOK.— English: wage* $30 to $33; good city reference*. Apply Fern-*. 223 West lOith st. COOK.— Ooo<J all around! dinner, order; butcher, carver; day or night. SeaelU Sy> East 11 'h si. — Respectable colored woman; pri vate family; reference. 28 West 1 *•>;:* St.. Carter's bell. COOK (emergency) for dinners, luncheons or by Jay; excellent caterer; well recom mended. C. Mrs. Collier's Agency. 123 West £T1 st. COOK. —By man: lately landed; used to ho _ ■'» and mcaurants. Swedish; I^o to tfl. ■-«--■ 'ah Employment Bureau. 747 La*tng>- «.<"K>C— By Protestant: willing to assist leu . iry; goo.i baker; references; dtj of c*:n>rv. M. 11.. Mrs. Collier' a Agency. 122 « tst ~'i'\ st. COOKING and HOUSEWORK.— mlddla aged woman; sleep home. Address by Ut ter only. Mrs. Miller, ears Schoenfeid. 603 Hart St.. Brook l>n. OOOK — First class; by th« day or woomj city ref«ren-e. Moehan. 204 Eaat «7tJ» st. COOK. 4c— Two English girls; Protestant*; one cook and laundress: other chamber— maid an.l waitress; do entire work of pri vate family; city or country. Morrow's Bu reau. 721 Lexington aye.. comer SSth. St. COOK, fto.— Mother and daughtar; Swedlaa; mother good cook, excellent la.i.-.dress, can bake, daughter chambermaid and walt reas; city or country. Mcrrow'a Bureau. 741 I^exington ay«., corner BSth at. COOK. — Swedish; first class: understands alt kinds of cooking; best written and per sonal references; city or country: wag«s (40 per month. Flaherty's Bureau, «8S Colum bus aye. Tel. 741 River. COOK for dinner parties, lunches or recep tions; excellent references. Swedish, Ex change. 604 3d aye.. near 89th st. COOK. good, In private family: assist with small washing If needed: good references; clr- or counrr". IS* West 19th st: 3 flights up, front. Cr>OK.— By WeUh Protestant woman; aa slst with washing: private family aaults: - country; IS months' city references. Ho carJa, «tO 2<l aye.. fl-st floor, front. COOK.—Swedlsh: ISO: city only; excellent references. Swedish Exshaac*. CM ad aye.. near 39th St. CHAMBERMAID and WAXTRSSS. — ment preferred: Swedish: tall and neat; excellent references. Swedish Exchange. B»4 3.1 aye.. near 3»th st. COLORED WOMAN would like to worlt In gentleman's epartments; morning work rre;>rred. Walker. 634 Courtlandt aye.. Th» Ercnx. DAY'S WOtiil. — Wcmaji wants to go out working 01 cleaning by the day. Mrs. L Zimmerman. 339 East l*th at. DAY'S WORK and washing to take horn». by resp»ctabl« colored woman. Mrs. Lot tie Saunders, 2'»> West 62d st. DAY'S WORK. — light colored woman; fin- at washing and ironing; 4 to 6 clays In week at $1 .".•> day. Mrs. J. Harris. 323 Wfcst &lKh St.. cere Janitor. HAT'S WORK.— By colored girl, cleaning; 1 or 2 days In week. I: blr.son. »40 West 63d st. HOUSEWORKER. — By neat yo'injr German woman; gooj cook; excellent laundress; cart bake; rlty or country; has boy. 8 years. Morrow's Bureau, 721 Lexington ate., cor ner s!>th st. HOUSEKEEPER. — A practical American woman can have a pleasant home and small salary as member of small family of llta, for assistance In light hmiae keeplnK: abundant leisure; an exceptional fJter; reference. Box 181. Tenafly. N. .T. HOUSEKEEPER or JANITRES9.— Towns married woman, no encumbrance; speaks English: b.Mt city references. Address Buchman, 4."3 East 117 th st.. basement. HOUSEKEEPER.— By refined gentlewom an, where servants are employed, or to take car* of linen room: reference from present employer: Brooklyn preferred. L. A. Guile. 123 Spring aye.. RJfiitewood. X. J. HOCSE or OFFICE CLEANING..— By a w-iman: references; good worker. Polony 3as East 21st st. INT\ANTB NURSE.— Reliable Protestant; North Ireland: experienced; take ohar?e: bring up en bottle; city reference: wage* $"•> month. Nurse Hagstedt. 387 Park aye. LADY'S MAID and SEAMSTRESS.—I7III tnir to help chamber-work: beat city refer ences; Swedish girl. Jusstla Bureau. 6SO Lexington ay». LADTS MAID or maid in aa office, by refined colored girl. Call or address MIL ler. 7"7 Berjen st.. Brooklyn. , JANITRESS.— By widow; one or mor* houses. New V irk or Brooklyn. Call or address Mr*. Smith. 1254 Degra-sr St.. Brooklyn. LAUNDRESS. — Excellent: out by day; would take washing home; open s'r dry ing; city reference. Kelly. 123 West WOt LAUNDRESS. —By respertabie colored Troman; day or week. Wrlt-> or call. IT West 63.1 ?t. LArNDP.ESS, expert, ■wishes la«es\ chil dren's fine clc'hes; family trashing: open air drying; home or out. A. Williams. 11l West 4«-- st. LAUNDRESS. — Can do shirrs, collars and fine linen: excellent references. JussHa Bureau. 680 Lexington ay«. BCATO — Visiting: cr seamstress; by day: neat sewing, mendirg. darning and l!gh» chamber-work: answer by letters. M. vi rlaa. 214 East 90th at., care. Van Dusen. MAID or chamrerworfc and sewing, by ft competent young woman; — refer ences. •"all cr address B. V . care of Mah^n. 1897 Madison ay». MAID. — By refined colored woman. i*r««!" maker. to lariy ttat is goirt| abroad. Ad dress 125 DofieM St.. Brooklyn. MAID and COMPANION— By a refined. educated person: experienced in sick room ; a'so a goo-1 ne-diewoman. reader anil arr-ar-uensis; best references. Indus trial Association of America (Inc.). 13 West 39th st. NURSE. English. eip»r!snc«d. understands bottle feeding, would take l or 2 chiMren; can furnish highest reference; wages $22 to $25 Address Mrs. Dtcklnaoa ■ Co-operative Bureau. S3l Madison aye NURSE ttm children over a year old. by competent rlrl. Call at present employ er's. Narrls, 840 West 112 th ft. NX'R?E. — By young 1 GetTran: for rrowlns children: first class: $23: best reference: city or country. Mia* Shea's Bureau. 8 East -.1 st. NUKSERT GOVERNESS.— V? young Ger man girl: would tak<? entire charge of one or two chi'.'ir»n; understands kinder garten: ct*v or cmntry; excellent refer ences. 8., Misa FitiGeraldi Dureau. 505 6th ay*. NURSE would like few patients for ma*. siga at lailles' resi.lences or at home. Miss Friebourg. 540 West 125 th St. NURSE experienced, wishes patrons for ma?- at ladies' tos'.dent.'ea rr horn». Address Miss WUlard, 1i56 Lex:n«ton aye. PASTRY COOK.- Araer'.can-EnK'.iih. Mr*. llagill. Eillsoa ava.. Throw's Neck. Vea: chest^r. N. I. SEAMSTRESS.— Up to date work op. women's c)gumie»: can cut and Jit: ran alter gentlemen ':» clothirs ant Co I resair.g. Jereb. 24t)7 Sd aye.. s»oon.t fiLV^r. SEAMSTRESS. «-ompatent; will a»s!sc with light housework,. 3)1 West 4ith st. > TWO TRAINED NURSES. R. N.; car* of invalid, male or fen:ale; also to a.-t as cheerful companion for nervous ratient. AJUress K. H. it-. 513 Lexington a\-i. WAITRESS — CHAMBERMAID.— By two girls; I. krdlng house or private tamt'.y; $3 a week; sleep home; excellent refer ences. Swedish Exchange. *•> 3a ays.. near 39th at. WAITRESS. — First •*■••>< young: four years' i>»rsona! reference; $23. Mim Sheas Burean. 8 East 42i st. WASHING and IRONING at horn*; w*-',t or doi»n; expert on a.l descriptions; pri vate holism; open air drying; known parly; reasonable: COM and Investigate. 333 F.a*t I2fl si WA?!I1N("5. —By Oerman woman; tak» home: 60c. dozen; can go out afternoons. Mrs. Weber. 898 East S2d st. WASHING. ETC. — Washing. ironing or cleaning by the day, by an American woman, for Wednesdays and Thursdays. Call or address Mr*. Marten. i3J Vaclila st . Brooklyn. WET NURSE. — Healthy woman, with onn month old (Midi can nurse another child: several times recommended by high clan physicians. V. Llepe. 70 North Moore st. "WASHING. Ironing, cleaning, by colored woman; home or out by day. Addresa Conron. 17m> 8-1 ay*>. WASHING.— Fine French; ill* and wool a specialty; COo to $1 per dozen. Hill. 221 East 23d st. TOt'NO COUPLE, respectable: wife as as sistant housekeeper or chambermaM; husband attendant to> iwilil, generally useful; !•*">. Thomas. l«« Halt »•-.. Brook lyn. tr OfKA ?f my. DTOM. Fast Express S«mc«- PLYiXOCrni— CHERBOCRO— BP.ZMTV, Krorpriar — •..Cnlf, 2 p ii. K. Wm. n Tuit. 12. 6 A.M. Kronprtn* Feb. 2«. « A. & Kal . •••-—_• — «aaBTaVXO^ Twin-screw Puwnnr Ser-'.'toa. Fh>jw BREMEN diribct. 5*2*2 ;~; ~ t>ea It. tO A- M. g2^--.::::::::::v.:r.:E^ 1 gtS Ma n ~....Jaa. 2.15 X. It. R!wla I!!!!!!jan. .. lOA,li. Mediterranean Serv!c«. GIBRALTAR— NAPLES— aSMO*. S- L °'»» D»* a.llA,lsV £ Albert j«n. |«}u2 KMHI *?*?¥ - Feb - 3.HA.M, «^± !s * r<bk Ml A.M. -■ On Oibraltar. •Oralti G-r.c«. *roa i Brenan piers. 3d * 4th Sis.. BsaatMfk J^njH GERMAN LLOYD TP. AVE LLER3 1 CHECKS GOOD ALL. OVER TH3 WOKLn. OELRICH3 & CO.. No. S Bres*d-*»y. N". X. Louis H. Meyer. 101» Witwm Bi.. PMla. _ BAKBURG-AHS?JCAII ' TwlnScrew Paasensrer 9errtc«. •PretorU.D,a9. 8:S0 AMI •W;Ui'.re^».E*o.ll *%"?*••&* .2: a WEwi»»Ji». 3 •Omlta Oerbourr. Mediterranean §m iki% _TO OIEHALTAR- NAPLES— a32fOJL nbarsj- • . . Jan. 101 Hamboni ... w«« fa •**M«uke. ...Jan. S» «t». T. l^uu*. Ast J •Pe-.itaohlana.Feb. « t«M3lti« . r 3 Hamhurx Tab. ID] lUtobnr» . Ma • 1 •Has drill Room. aVT^ tHas Orn:na<iun>, Eight Days to Italy ■T THB GREAT IXTET. Dr^TSCHIX'CJ Frnm New Torls. Fsjtwaanr 4. ISO 7. _ _ TOTTRI9T BTTUPAT7, It. R. Tickets. hotel aconmaMOMtanj aai pnera! Informatfon about fbrelgll trrr^'_ Tray»i!«Ts- checks wood all or«r ia» worlC OFfICE. 37 BROAD-WAT. K. T. Phane l«on Rector. PI era. Hobcaar AMERICAN Ura»»»»v l *. 1 "V 1 --- 1^- M!Panadeli»hfa..D, <! , 3 RED STAR UTfB f!"?-**?* ■ rinU^V, T^? K-ANTWERpi-.pARI3.K -ANTWERpi-.pARI3. WHITE STA2 WE Y?*z bliV»?«'R • U' I Pro!Oc»«nl©.Jan. S. 7 «ra "Jj^aaiOani i llafwrtlc. ra A HEDnEHRAREAN % ntOM NEW YORK— AXORK » TEDRTC.Jan. 0. »80 a. m. ; Feb. 19) SAM r«;T.TT«- ..Jar. 1». »:3Oa. m • Mar SfTrwi KEFi.BLir? FeY 2. X p. n i ifi- M PASSENOER orncE*© BROADWAT Freight OSee. Whitehall BMg.. Battery Pi. OlHliißTifJ^S gABJiiSe OF XEW JfAMMOTH ICES KAISERIN AUGUSTS VICTQSU From New York, December ML at 3 T. 14 Dv» In Plymoutli Pe<k 30. " Cherbourg " XI. " Hamburg ■ 22. First elaea ratee. $88 and upward Th* Kalserln August* Vlctorlai Is the great passenger steamer— provided with Eta* vators. Rlt»-Carlten Restaurant a la cart* Palm Garden. Gymnasium. Electric Rat hat etc EAI.I3DRG AH2SICAN. LINE, 83-3T Broadway. IT. T. All Year Round Cruises BETWEEN New York aai New Orleans SMTB! PAIB9IRG PASSE STEAMSHIPS. Weekly service from each port. COMFORT— aAeTTTT. Connecting at NEW ORLEANS with Rail Lines for All Points '.-. LOUISIANA. TEXAS. N"EW AND Ol.n Mexico, ARIZONA. CALIFORNIA. INQUIRE. 349 OR 1 BROADWAT. A UfAGAZkIIE OF TSAIEL I" ' - . . concerning trips to WINTER' th * Or: * MedJteP. 'r•»ft 1C V C 'mean. Alria 1I a, IV,-vU 15 2 0 Egypt. Holy Lara, TO ! West Indies. Jamaica, « *; ?* TT T3 "» , * c -- sent **"• »P°» o .'---. acpllranon to the if A N T* 1 C| Hamburg; - Anr-rtcaa [*-•* *" d Lin-. 37 Broadway, CBQUKiI&GBGD QLQG3E From Piers 51-32. Fowl* River. LIVERPOOL. vi» QUEEN'STOWN. CAMPANIA Dec. >. M A. MS ETRUEIA V*C 1\ 2 PM. L.,ic9nia rac. 22,Etruri3 Jan. 1} Umbrla Dec. S^.Carmar.ia in 12 GIBRALTAR— VAPLES— ADRIATIC— E<»\ PT. CARONTAT J.itv 5. vi% Gibraltar an.l Na. .->i>(Vmv i Pl«? Scheduled through M U - ' T f ALEXANDRIA. 14 da-s. tons). J Feb. 1». v> Gibraltar and Naples, s'ipp!ement!ng r.ew m^iern t".vm 9<:T<fw 3 3, T LTONIA...'2I A 3d i n.\ • Jan IS, M.T I PANNONIA March 12. April 84 CARPATHIA Mar 2*. May 14 SLAVONI A April ». its-- 24 VERNON H FROTVN. Gen ! Aa«n». 21-21 Stata .-* . crposlt» th« Battery. §LB DOlDiHn mi - r»AII*Y SERVirE. Fcr- PTI Point Comfort. Norfolk. P?r?s» mcuth. Pinner's FMnr and Newport T'^ws, Va. connectinj for Fe»»r<»b<irg, Rlcirrrt^riil, Virginia Beach. Wasnirigtcn, t>. c. . an 4 entire s^outh and We«t Freishr. and passens»r Tamil »n 3*ll '-■»-» F.er 2«. N. R . foot Beach sr., »v«ry •.•-••W <Jay at 3 p. hi. V!ce-Fr'«M«nt sn-1 TrsJßa .Manager. LPgdcp [Par : OSS®© Steamships of fh» USD "D" LINE will •an from Pier 11. r-ar Wall ft. furry, Itrocklyn. for S>m Juan rti-eo: as follows 9. S. CARACAS Sar.. Dee. *. noon S. S. PHILAr>ELPHIA....Sat.. V«e 22.n00a For freignt or vnssase a^ply to BOLLTo.N. BLISa i- ..BIT. General Managers. ?2 V. ail >- T»EL> "TV" TINE • A • For I* Cuayra, Pii«tf> BAsHs) Curs* rao end Maracaibo, via Curacao. c&Uini alS'i at Sun Juan, P. It.: S. S. CARACAS Par.. Dai « noon a. s PHJU\r>i:ij'vu.\..saf.. r>^. 2u. r.oc« For La liuayra, Curacao an<l Mam<raiN>. P. -S. ZUUA Sat.. Z>eo. 13. nooi S. B\ MAXIACAIBO Sat.. t>«c. 2». n.io^ Thesu ateamer.f hay« ajjerior acoommo. datlor.s for pas»ens>?r». BOUIttON, BUSS 4 DATJLETT. General Managers. S2 Wall St. MALLORT STEAMSHIP CO. Tickets '■ Texas. Col.irarto. Mexfeix New Mexico. Arizona. California. Georgia* Florida. Alabama, etc. ALL OCE VN ROUTS TO MIAUI. PALM BEACH. Fli, •!c. tvla Key West). Our booklet "Pocket C.uirta" re« H. H. RATMONO. Gen. Sal 1:0 Front at.. X. T. «ft 1\ 33 .i\ fiNl »>*l"»nt Spr'rg Parriaax Qy LM, J r W LMI First -class throughout. |Bi\ «S»S?* OECfI'iBGD»IS Orient Cruise F«b. 7. by I > Arable iIA(M| tons). Fran'* C. '".ark, m liroaaway. NT, AISdJJ^S ITS OTiUJ A small. Mgh class party. !!ra!te<! to 1J members, will leave New Tork Jauuary 5, S S. Cadrtc, travelling eastward. Moai liberal arrangements. Programme reaJy. Frank C. CUrlc. tt*J Broadway. New TorS, COOK.-. AROUND THE WORLD Parties) SStB annual series. Programmes. THO* COOK * SON. !45 and X2SJ Broadway) 613 Madison aye.. N. Y. -T A VELOCE"— Fast Italian Llne^ ' £.itUnr from Plar ««. North Rive* ft. of S«th at .. fur Naples and O^noa. Bologna*!. Hai'tnaia A Co.. 23 Walt at* BTE.VM»O.»TS» TO v rT (nl INI ami b-o nts to New En«» ■ yll Id in land. Reduosd Bataik PALX. KIVRR LINK via Newport aa<t Fla| Rl»»r. K»i»* reduced to ah points. * . - *2.«3: Newjjort. Fall River. *J.«»: Frovu tot. 81 SO. Lv«. Pter 1». N. pi ft. W«*. ren •%.. weak days and SuMaya. !»:00 p. Ml •*re. PrlsctUa an-1 Pilertm. On r>aama« NORTVini USE via New London. tsajii Pier 40. N. R.. foot Clart«oa St.. ■«•« d«y« only. « P M. st«un#ra City of Lowell » n j Chester W. Chapin. NEW HAVEN UN'S for New Hv-», IlartforJ and North. Leave pier 20. B. R.. week day* only. X:4S P. M. ; too* Exit «M ■L. 3 . M. .tewaer Rich*** p*«fex