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STANDARD'S YEW MOTE
4fiiniis Combination in Missouri, but
Sot in Restraint of Trade.
in an « ntire rhan(fi» of front from the attitude
.. has hitherto taken !r. the inquiry beinp: con
t-fttA I'■1 '■ Attorney General llerbert 6. Hadlcy
•"Missouri regarding; the business of the Stnn
._; ,iii Company In iliat state, counsel for
t company yestcrdny summoned and fxam
wsj t« f ---'•■' .'■ a resumption of. th* inquiry in
" stst* snit»» at the Waldorf. Their purpose
-« to show that, iihhmirh the Waters-Pierce
>yr Corepanr. the Republic Oil Company of
and the Standard Oil Ccmpany of Ind
ues were connected with the Standard Oil
Company. s $ has been shown by Mr. Hadley,
jj.,l connection was not in restraint of trade,
jsd that the companies T\ere still doing busi-
I<tlt isaaasU
7he hearing will continue this mom!iiK, and
,^3 probabJy last through to-morrow. It is
tfcotfht poaslble that the Standard Oil attor
ttys rr.»y put John D. Ilockefeller, John D.
jlrctbold and M. 11. n->R»Tf on the stand.
J. A. Moffett, president of the Standard Oil
Coaspaay of Indiana, and Walter C. T>a«lc. now
foaaected with the export department of the
ctanflsrd Oil and formerly with the Schotirli
itarmer-Teaple company, which cold out to
ie Bei'uMlc Oil Company, were examined by
•task M. Hapereran. for the Standard Oil. Mr.
jio^ett said th*»re was an agreement that n>..;
Water- Pierce should tell oil in one cart of
jjis«ouri and the Standard Oil Company of In
£sna In ar.nther part, but said It was simply a
ju^iti- at a wholesaler and a retailer rcspect
nf M ' 1 1 r;gbtF t and -.v.-is not at all in
jtrtraim of trade.
In cross-examination by Attorney General
iti'' Mr. Moffett admitted that when he was
rlcf-Fre c idcr:t of the Standard Oil Company of
ladfcsa- Ftationed in Chicago, he made reports
of the bu»ir.eF* done to .\o. 26 Broadway. to
trtjon b* did not remember. He had had com
cusicaricn with H. M. Tllford, of No. 26 Broad
rjy, regarding the Indiana business.
Asked if tbe Standard Oil Company of New
>:«■>'. of which he is a director. Is a holding
coapary for the Standard Oil Company. Mr.
HcSett rcr l "''!, -I believe bo." He was induced
to admit that 2.750 of the 4.000 shares of the
wsTsers-Pierc* company are owned by M. N.
Van Eurei. a son-in-law of John D. Archbold.
Vt. McfT^rt said he had never refused to sell oil
to any company or man who could pay for it
or whcs» credit he did not doubt.
TT£!trr C. Teagle told of the formation In IC+Ol
*? the Republic O!l Company, bleb took over
•se busine*- of the Schofleld. shunner. Teagie
Conipany, of Cleveland, of which his father was
i rre:r.r>er. The negotiations were opened with
Alrxar.der M^cDonald. of the Standard Oil Com
pany, by the elder Mr. Teagle. Mr. Ha^erman,
to justify the relation of a conversation between
Testfe and Mr. Moffett. said.
-We want to prove that the Republic Oil Com-
was not a piratical company, as has been
rained, but that the organization of the inde
pfsdeEt company was necessary to retain the
podtril! of the old Pchofield concern."
•The sritneca is simply going into his personal
'flsnertion unh a bogus company." said the At
rimey <it-ntrai. Mr. Teasie said that the em
rloyet of Thf old concern, with three exceptions,
rjved wi;h the Republic Oil Company.
In croFs-examination Attorney General Ha<3
ify put the witrifss, who is a young man, un
der a nor f.rc of questions, but found It hard
no err? any direct statements from him, He
atai«e<! a::<?r pome ; arryins; that he had dis
rsssed tbe dPtails of the transfer of the Scho
iui property to the Republic Company with
C, L. Nichols, of No. 2G Broadway. He "admit
ted That liis father negotiated with Alexander
MrDontid. W. M. TUford. of the Ptatidard Oil
Draptay. and J. A. Moffett, cf the Standard
■>;: Corr.pery of Indiana. T. negotiations were
held at No 26 Broadway and at the Waldorf,
irr.orig UM holders In the new company,
«* «?id. were George B. Wilson, whom, he be
iim»i. was empioyed a? a stenographer at No.
X Broadway, and a Mr. Turrell. of the Stand
tri Oil Company. Mr. Teazle's cross-examina
:»a will be resumed to-day.
Attorney General Hadley cross-examined J.
A. lloffett In the middle of the afternoon and
pat him to a^r; !t that there was no competition
t#-s-»»n Urn Wp.ters-Plerce Company and the
vsndard Oil Company of Indiana In Missouri
ixtretr. 1901 and the beginning of the Attor
it7 Generars suit in 39«5'.
PRICK'S RIGHT TO BUILD DOUBTED.
s«reral leariir.ir real estate men expressed the
CUn jresterday that th« will of Miss arietta
A Lenox, which was Sled for probate In ISS6. do«»s
Ml p*"m!t of the use of ar.y part of the p'.ot in the
mi d the lx:iox Library, except for library pur
•«♦* Fo ts-y cannot see how }' <" Prick can
frt a c>ir title to the and.
Then;]! al^o provides that should the vacant land
a the rear of th* lihrary b« occupied by a building
lit p»rt cf the L«cnox Library, then the land is to
i*Ciyi(3e<3 between the legatees of her will. The
fr.Ecirai provisions of the will affecting title to the
ha& *<• question were printed ....
A vrKl kr;ow-n r»--al estate appraiser said yesterday
tsat tt- valued the land In tbe rear Of the library
-
TRIBUTE TO BRITISH MERCHANTS.
A tribute to the probity of British merchants was
Stia by General Appraiser Fischer, of Board No. 2
< the United States General Appraisers, in an opin
*s he hanri'-'J down yesterdny on a protest made
It XVUliam SZQIS & Son. apalnst a declsioa by the
'"■tfiector of Cusicms at thifs port regardintr the
*"iy to b<? i.c.d on certain spear point fish hooks.
la Bsodlfylng the derision of the Collector as to
Qt Msc-r't of duty to be ppid. G" r i» i rHl Appraiser
f»ch*-r Mys that "much weight was given to the
tSd&rite cf the protestant's witn^fres. •'as the
*^'ar£;iovt of British merchants arr invariably ac
■"ni?3 by tns board."
DIAMOND STATE STEEL WORKS SOLD.
T'.hrir.ftoT', l>*\.. D»»c. 18. —The extenrfve works
*- th* Diajiionr! State Steel Company, in this city,
•fire eo\i a-, receiver* sala to-day, in accordance
*?h a tacnm of the Dntted States Circuit Court,
•j-:c*ir.f pro' eeflncs instituted by crfdit^rs and
Tlj*> j<lr nt w;ik purchased by John E.
■a* • & Co., of Philaa*»!phia. for V'Z.W!. The
*•*»»»••■« represent a sj-ndicate of stockholders.
SPAIN MAY TAX FOREIGN WHEAT.
K»*Mil 7Vc. U —The Minister of Finance, Na
*kt« B«rerter. to-Oay introduced a bill in tiie
-tacfcer of Ijf-puties providing for the ttmporary
»*:*¥ cf foreign wheat - 1 - p'-s-tos. and flour i
F»»'jl* for ;ou kilogrammes. There was no dis
"'•■»}» of rhe mearure.
6TEEL CORPORATION WAGE ADVANCE.
•diet. 111.. Dec. --•■•.. Suite* Steel CoY-
P^tii:, arno'jncfd to-day that the wapes of Its
Jjftt thousand <-rr.ployos 1n the Joliet mills will be
s*M*< on January L Common laborers will te
y*} '' neati t day "additions *n<\ the other
r *-^s wm v- bfiielited proportionately.
v-ORRtSTOWNv -ORRtSTOWN BANK RAISES DIVIDEND.
ski board of directors of the Flrs,t National Rank
N. J., has declared a semi-annual
t j T1 *snd of i jx-r c-r.t. thus placing It on an annual
•*isnc basis of li pr-r cent. Tiiis incr»-asep the
*& « prr neat o'.<r the former annual rate of 14
Pern. The ttrmt National is m.c of ttooUwt
Ep Jersey Institutions, iiaving l>'-« '> e.-tablished in
"*• A!U*rt H. Vernara la presidt-nt.
TRAIN KILLS WOMAN AND GIRL.
*omu Holly. r>«tc. li.— Mrs. Edward Iluls*- w.*a
*■■'"• MBrigat ar.i hc-r daughter so badly lnju"';d
r* ■•'« «ii<-d Ut'-r, uaeii a. train FtrutJc th«-ir car
'/***■■• ti.is morniriy while they were trying to drive
rOM the trttcks.
>. • BUM.
er.ch Confectionery.
•*» PUKE CUCDXJES <;o TO
„ . T. HUIIBERT,
**'*'"' ■»•.■«■ ant] at. Three
'*~.jf~ iot TL»- only P-anu
;*64; *64 b., o; l°" "'<"' <-r.«irjtJ eld iasiion«<l
•^t «V» Icli'1 cli '' w'•"•-*w '•"•-* «"!ii .".i ..i>e. Cn* t'On
<u^» 1 -- Uiccvjl'w . »i a r, lmpi.rter «r fam^J
«t- ft50tl&"!f t 5 0tl& " ! - fruit* «C 3 marrorra irla^t».
HrijT:' .. < *'=i«« c.J hi* .i»n aoniuriciure
Hi. »« P'-rn t^ar. Uholeeai* »r.,l re
"**ss ~ £ ?*" U| '^ i **'l c«ri3'.*!i fcr Sunday
•*»5- .k*.^ 1 prl<t=e. quality cWisldered
**^ '•• : - * - c -rnr
-w.J^^^ENT ~AC.ESCI hT
|RS. L. SEELY
E!^ployment Bureau,
V/est 35th St.
teoOKLw*^' 1 " S*Ss— Bryant.
--*^!^ lir orri 24 .NKViWB rr.
r^i«4- •, » l — f>»' '■l»f» doTiiestl'fl are
J =*'.*.'.-* h.,u*«ie«>eia.
HOMEBOTOD COMMUTERS HELD TIP.
Driving: Rod on Engine Parts in Erie Tunnel,
Delaying Traffic.
r^wT'' 1^ Sn the Erie ***"* laSt »«* which
♦^ "° lOSB Of W ? or in J ur >' to anybody,
tied up tramc for about two hours. Train No. 621.
nrriZ,^*?" Y ° rk Hn '' N>W *•«•* branch - had
proceeded into th* tunnel about twelve hundred
r*et. xrl^n on« of the driving rods on the forward
engine snapped. It hit the ground with such force
that the the engine „*. lifted rrom the rails. The
tram came to a cudden stop, and passengers were
thrown from their scats, but no one was injured.
Atxa.it twenty outgoing- trains were ?ulled until the
tS? could XT uken , from tha. tunnel - Incomlnit
tunml were also blocked m th« wrst side of the
tnn « n fn^it any /'. art ' l! for Jersey City and Manhat
tan on foot and In trolley cars.
TJNIFORM FUEIGHT CLASSIFICATION.
Central Association Plans System for All
Roads to Meet Shippers' Demands.
C!.!ca«;o. Dec. I£.-An effort is to be made by tho
railroaaa to adopt a uniform classification at freight
in response to the demands of the shippers and
to the suggestions of the Interstate Commerce
C ii!m!*Fion. The first step In this direction was
taken by the ;Ontral Freight Association to-day.
whim has asked the Eaatern lines to Join it in
coiiFidpring- tlie question.
Tho plan Is to appoint committees representing
tli. Western and Eastern lines, which will confer
and sco If a uniform classification cannot be agreed
on.
MUCH GRAIN AT BUFFALO.
Buffalo. Dec. 18.— An unusually large amount of
grain has reached this port in the last few weeks,
and the total amount afloat and In store is now
twenty million bushels. The receipts for tho forty
eight hours ending lant night were -J,130,6C2 bush
els, which Is a new record. Th« grain, which was
carried on twenty-eipht vessels, was divided:
Wheat. 1.555.684 bushels; barley. 345.."S bushels;
flax, 426,500 busheis. The grain afloat in the harbor
is now 10.00^,000 bushels and the elevators are
glutted with 11,000.000 bushels mere. About 6even
million bushels of the grain afloat will be left In the
bold* of vessels until spring.
TRADE IN CHICAGO.
[By Telegraph to The Tribune.]
Chicago. Dec. IS.— Markets were all llrm to-day,
with wheat, corn and oats displaying strength that
lifted them all out of the apologetic disposition
they recently assumed on occasion of a slight ad
vance^ At the close wheat had gained '•.■■• for De
cember and J4<3 to %C for May; com. %/c for De
cember and : S,c to »-..- for May; oats, %c to % for
December and >*c to 'ie for May. Provisions were
from unchanged to Ie higher.
There anu once more at the opening of the wheat
market much smaller receipts In the Northwest
than those of the year before and the market
started firm in consequence. Receipts here, on the
other hand, were lower than la.-t year's. The
market received continuous support in the tirst
hour, in which time It had added J4c to the price
at which trading started. The market in the
middle of the day became very quiet, but there
was no abatement of the firmness of fueling that
underlay tho trade, the price hanging close to the
best price made on the early rise. At the close
December was offered at V4 »c, compared with
~3"sC yesierday, and there wore buyers of May at
7S4;C to 7S" B e, compared with TS'-c yesterday.
Offerings of com were light, and as the demand
at the same time was better the market was firm,
as was to be expected under such circumstances.
December, after selling aa high as 42^c, closed at
*2c. compared with «Uc the day before, and May,
the highest price of which was 43 »c to 44c, closed at
43? 4 c to 4S T ic, compared with 43" J >,c Monday.
The market for oats was firm throughout the
session. Local receipts were not as heavy as the
estimate, and the weather conditions in the West
were not promising of increased receipts In the
near future. Closing price of December was 34 3 ,, c,
compared with 34 ! »c yesterday, and May, Sfi'i'%
compared with SS'ic Monday.
Provisions were firm though trade was of slender
volume. Light offerings necessitated rather lively
biiWing by a few brokers who had buying orders
to fill. January pork opened at $16, sold to $16 0-Vi
to S\Zsl'- 2 . January lard opened at $s 75 to $S 771^
and J^V) to *S 75. .Tuniisry ribs opened at %Sh'M> tuid
eased off to SS CC 1 -™ to $4 55.
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- POTTERS ADVANCE PRICES.
Ptttaburg. Dec. IS.— a meetlns here to-day of
the United States Potters' Association, at which a
hundred plaits, or 00 per cent of the entire pottery
production of the country, was represented, prices
were advanced for the ensuing year as follows:
Beml-porcelaio wares. 20 per cent, and an almost
equal advanc-tn on Inferior wares. Cream color
wares went raised 80, 10 and I per cent off the list
to i/> and 10 per cent off.
t'rnti and vases were advanced from $19 SO to
'. 40 a dozen, while a lt» per rent advance was.
made on a!! kinds of Jugs.
MAY PASS ALTON DIVIDEND.
Tlie directors of the Chicago & Alton, according
to reports widely circulated yesterday in Wall
Street, will at their meeting this week pass the
dividend nn the preferred stock. The control of
the property is held jointly by the Union Pacific
end Rock [aland Interests, under fan arrangement
by which the management Is Jn the hands of each
party alternately for ewo-yoar perlmis. The man
agement was rert-ntly turned ov»>r by the Union
Pticinc. which had iield it for two years, to the
Ro:k Island party, whose representatives now fin
tbe executive offices. Interests Identified with the
control said yesterday aftf-rnoon that the question
of passing the dividend had not come up for dis
cussion. The Initial semi-annual dividend of 2 per
cent on the prefer stork was paid on July 2 last
• ' — — *— —
NEW SEABOARD AIR LINE OFFICIAL.
: r "• was wsll«»i»Hy announced
to-da;, that L. fi I trmlnguam, will become
'raffi' manager of the
''way f:om January 1. suo
• traffic manager
■ '
is now _ l Great
Southei im. Hl* forma]
■ ....
. ay.
BUSINESS TROUBLES.
The SherLT .- tterday received an attachment fo ;
Jl.'.OO'i against property of the National Wire Cor
poration, of Nt-w Haven. Conn., and the National
Steel and Wire Company, a Maine corporation, in
favor of the Mechanics' National Bank of the City
of New York, on a not*; made by the National Wire
Corporation at New Haven, on November 16, pay
able lo the order of the National Steel and Wire
Company. The note was transferred to th* bunk.
A deputy sheriff served a copy of the attachment
on an officer of a local bank.
Th» Sheriff yesterday received an execution for
$1,013 against property of Wolf Kaufman, dealer in
hardware. In tuvor of Joseph Bheinsteln.
Jinny Kooperntein und Samuel M. Schwartz, who
composed th<- linn of Koop«rstein & Schwartz.
Jnj!n:f:ii-turers of cloaks and suits, at No/ C2j
Broadway, yesterday assigned for the benefit of
creditors to Edward G. Delaney.
J"i:ti L. Wilkie whs appointed receiver of the
business of Rosalind Epstein, a dressmaker, of No.
9 Kast Cd street, against whom an involuntary peti
tion was filed on Dm> mber 1Z lust by Saks & Co.
It is ail«-K<"J that tile bankrupt admits assf-tri of
12 --■ with lh'.bllltif.s of $4j,lK.»>. Tlie receiver's bond
Wiia lisJ-ii at $15,000.
A voluntary petition wis fil^d by fimon and
Albert Mitchell, trading as Mitchell &• Co., No. U
Washington street. Knowing tirm liabilities of S- .411.
and no ii.^»-ls. The principal creditors are tlie
American Woollen Company, H.i>">, and the Kast
Rlvt-r National Hank, $700.
laiu'ct nimwi
N.Y. Carpet Cleaning Co
Oldest Larßcst, Most Modern.
437 AND 435* WK.ST *.VUi fciT
«-»i ">>s— Hrvjiii'.. r-iitab Ismd l^oT.
W. 'U. JbliDAii. EDWIX LE.NTZ.
J. & <*. W. WaLLiABSS
S6BWiG4T|I-BT^ LssS.
1 "^jff &LEAXISO. E*t«bM«hwl IKB.
fii,L-Fri CAHPKT CLEANING CO.—
S« <%£%£&* fsvyaii «?h
or en floor 1»» Broadway. 4-1 U ? l 4Stn
.t. «ViL & HKANI/r. T«l. I.J— J^H
LOST.
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STEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 19. 1906.
BOOK OF WAYNESBTTRG BANK GONE.
Contains Names of Examination
Develops .More Serious Conditions.
Plttsbure, Dec. IS.— National Bank Examiner
John B. Cunningham, who Is investigating the
affairs of the Farmers' and Drovers' National
Rank. of Waynesburp, announced to-day that
the minute book of the institution was missing.
lie declined to discuss the proposition 1 that other
books might be missing, but added that the
farther he went into the bank's affairs the worse
he found them.
The minute book, it is said, contains the names
of fourteen bondsmen, leading; citizens of
Waynosburp and Greene County, who are re
sponsible to the state for $75,000, the state de
posit in the bank at the time it collapsed. Only
a few of these bondsmen ire known.
Benjamin F. Measey, cashier of the State
Treasury, is in "Waynesburg to-day trying to
learn something about the bondsmen. He does
not know who they are, and is trying: to get the
names.
LIVESTOCK MARKET.
T ,_ r^^. New Tnrk. December 1«, lwn.
r.EFTv-;:- — were 42 can, or 721 head. Includ
ing 6 cars for the market, makinpr. with the stock car
ried over. l> cars on sale. No tradics on Uvn weight;
reeling Kteady. and about 25 cars expected to v be on sale
to-morrow. Dressed beef In modenta demand at 6'«fJ
V ,»c per lb for common to choice native sides; some fancy
beef felling at 10c Tesas b.=ef in liph-t supply and un
changed at B*i©6Hr No later cabU advices fmm Lou ■
don or Liverpool received. No shipments from this p-.Tt
to-day; to-morrow the Cevlo to Liverpool will lake out
.<-<> cattle, equally divided between J. .Shunirerg A 800
arid Schwarzschlld & Sulzberger, and about 2.500 quarters
of beef for the MorrU IWf Company: th» Haltic to the
jam* port will carry 4.300 quarters (estimated), divided
the Swift and Moms Reef companies and the
Bermudian will carry 4.1 cattle ami 110 sneep for various
shippers. - - _
°ALVr:p — Receipts were 218 head all for the market;
124 at 60th street and .he balance »' Jersey City. The
market was quiet, hut steady for prod C rade3. About
no calves, mainly coar« barnyard, were unsold. Common
t.> fair vea!i sold at *.Vgj:s per 100 It); no prime real*
orrered; barnyard lives at f.'i. yearlings at $2ffs2 50
SiLed " :
t^i"^- o urtl9 *= Son: 5 ■--„:.•=. 120 A average, at
V •" X-*' tti. . & do - 07 », at 66(> ; d °. ° 5 «>. at $«•
1 barnyard calf. 810 m. at »3:; 1 yearling 430 ft, at ?2
S. Judd i Co.: 53 veal* 126 rb, at 17 75; 4 alls 7S
rb, at $4: 2 yearlings. 43t< rb at *2 50
at $3*60 & Shannon: 0 veala,' IS3 ft, at $S; 5 do, ISO n>,
h,!?^ P *?*> a LAMBS-Beeeipt. were 4% care, or 8-«
«r« ;«^ li H*? CarS - Were COM'SBftJ direct to slaughter
ers and the balance for -he market, makius. with tbe
stock carried over, 10 car* on sale— c- ; cars at Jersey City
and the balance at «Cth street. The market was extremely
dull and weak for common and medium lambs choice
lambs would cell steady, but none offered: shetp in Ustat
supply and unchanged. Several cars of lambs wt'e uns.o!i
at a late hour. Pair to rood sheep sold at $4 25C15 ncr
100 rb; common lamba at $7 25. Dressed mutton sUadv at
»ti 10c per rb; dressed lambs slow, except for tuD eTa'des
at 10Vi(gl3c: gt : era! top at 12\ic
Sales — Kerns Commission Company: IR4 Pennsylvania
lambs, 70 lb average, at , - 25 per 100 IV SS Ohio sheen
117 16, at $6; 20 do. 120 lTi. at $4 2.">.
S. den (late yesterday): IS state lam>-s. S4 rb, at SS.
HOG 1^ — Receipts were 32 cars, or 5.610 head, lncludins
- cars for the market. No sales reported Peeling firm on
advices from Buffalo, country dressed hogs utu-hnr.sed.
Pales (late yesterday) — S. ganders: 58 stite pl?a. 80 n>
average, at $6 75 per 100 ID; 2'i stat« do, 2iH rb, at $(3 CO;
3 rcushs. 360 ft, at 16 «0; 1 stag 370 lb. at .- i
Tobin & Shannon: * state hoes. 2-T7 rb. at $6 70; 3
roughs, 240 It), at $."> 70; 1 stag. HO R). at $3.
OTHER MARKETS— BY TELEGRAPH.
Chicago. Deo IS— CATTLE— Receipts, about 6.W0 head;
market stead] . common to prime stee<-?. $4fts7 40; cows.
|2 [email protected]; helftra. »2 60013; bulls. $2 40®$4 50; calves,
J2 7565500; etockers and feeders, $2 40®$4 SO. HOGS —
Kfccpipts. about 22.<x»i bead; market Etrone to oc hisher;
choice hojfs. $8 XtiifH 4U; prime butchers', SO 3T>Qs<; 4it;
packing. $i;2smsoCo; li-ht, S« 32"-j!gs« 37' 2 : pies. $6^
f6:U). SHEEP — Receipts, about IS.<»'4> road; markut.
best steady, othfrs dull; Bheep, $o "r>sso; yeariinss,
(4 tiogs»J 25; lambs, $."> 7r.ris7 75.
Cincinnati. Dec IS — HOGS steady; butchers' and ship
pers. $rt 47 ';•.<■ 5o; common, f~> 60©?fl 30. CATTLE
Heady; fair to grod shljpfrs. $4 [email protected] 60; .common.
|2852 50. SHEEP steady. «2SJ4 75: lambi eteady, »$4 23
Kansas City. Dee. IS.— CATTLE— Receicts. 14.000. In
cluding 200 Southerns; market frr beef Ftecra slow; ether
cattle strong; choice export and dressed be«-f pteers. S' ;!.">
«ts«sO; fair to good. J4(iss 25; Western steers, f3«ss 6O:
etockers and feeders. $?.U £4 ."<>; Southern steers, S3jJ4 7."i;
Southern cows. $2fr?2 85; native cows, $2Q$4 3i': native
teifers, $3'as3 00; Lulls. $340914 25; calves, 53956T5.
HOfiR — Receipts. |,200 heail; market 5c lishr-r: tnp.
$6 27»2 ; hulk of sales. $H 2Ti' I t.<t> .124 : heavy. JO ;iiK;s6 374 ;
packers, $<'. 2<^is6 ?,'>• rigs and iiihts, S3 90OS8 2S BHKKP
— Receipts, 5.000 head; market strong; lambs. $6®s7 60;
ewes and yearlings. $4 75©56 20; Western ted yeariines.
|5C0056 40- Western fed Bhe>>p, $4 •£>'aso f>o; stcckers » '
feeders. $3 toi'ss.
BOSTON WOOL MARKET.
Boston, Dec. It. — Th« wool market Is strong and j
active, though leading grades are notably scarce. All
Indif-atlona point to the maintenance of present values,
according to conservative opinion. Medium unwashed
fl>e<-es, under a further diminution of already limited
stocks, have grown stronger. Territory wools are
active, with transfers In both combing and clothing
grades. In polled wools, grades from B supers up
meet with a ready sale Toreipn grades are firm.
Leading domestic quotations follow: Ohio and Penn
sylvania. XX end ut>ove, [email protected]; X, 31y:s2e; -'°
1. tti'Siir; No 2. |[email protected] fine unwashed, "o'ii^'ie; un
merchantable. ~9>tiaOc; half Mood, unwashed. S3Vaf*
84c; S blood, unwashed. 84634 Vrc; ] 4 blood, un
washed. ZZltZ'^c: delaine, washed, S7©3Th:c; do.
unwashed, 29 ' a 30c. Michigan Fine unwaahed, 24 9
is<-; (blood unwashed, 'iiqiie; *i blood, an
wa.«fcod. S3®3»'?: hi blond, unwashed, 32 fpJ2Vjc;
delalr.f. unwashed. 2Tf'2Sc. Kf-nruckj', Indiana and
Missouri— Comblns. % ,blood, 83' r d34rr; do. '» blo.»d.
Sl'.sGSSc. Texas (scoured ba^s!sl — Tine 12 months.
72<fi'T;ic; fine •) to 8 months. 67iit68c: fine fall. cl--an.
80©H2r. <'a!!f'im!a <scoured hasisi — Northern, choice.
fTSfe^c; Northern, cood. OT. « ttpc: Middle County. (59
«6c: them €2fr63<-; (all, free, 54-ffr."^. Oregon
<«coured basis* — Eastern. No 1 staple. 70'<*73c: East
ern. No 1 clothing, 65?r700; valley, No 1. 6'i^';2c;
terrftiry staple <(«coured baflsl — Kine. 70-g73c: tln«
rnedliini, (SO7oe; medium. fis»?66c; territory, ordinary
((■roured hasis> — Fine. f.S'(f"Oc: fine, medium, 6i)^f<37c;
merjium. «4<ff6Bc. Colorado und New Mexico Spring
<n<-oiired> — X, C'^ffiJc; No 1. fiSfrtfoc; pulied wools
<S'-oiir'-d basisi — Extra. 63<fr71c; tine A. 62 1 g 1 66o; A
tupera, sSft 59c; B supers. 47 8 "3c
CHiCAGO STOCKS. !
Bid Asked. | PIJ. Ask»4.
A Booth & Co.. — :M:'Jln XV s El 2«H 2S
no jrref 104 K« do pref l<j 71
Am Car. •Vi « ! ;! Natiornl Biscuit 78 7«'j
rj 0 rr »f r,4- 4 64% do'rref ll« ! i 117
Am Radiator ..12S 130 [National Carhon. P3 M
do ref......-12« ISO i do pref 115 117 ;
Am Ship — " mi No Chi St Ry... 3S 4.'.
do rref ■ K"lO 11«> No ""^ E! C 5 IS .
Canal & l>ock.. .^4 "- ' <io pref 62>^ •» |
Chic City Ry..l«S 107\ Quaker oats 138 n.s ,
CMc Edison 140 lr^ , do r ref Urt l'K>'» i
Ch & Oak P El 5 r.'- 1 South Si-ie El»v. 89« i
do pref 15 16 Stfl W Ptab C L 33 3»'i
Chi Pneu Tool. 4!»'i 50 do pref Hi) 102
Chi Titl* & Tr.lW, 1 1-» jSuhway 4o 43 •
Chi- Tel 112 115 Swift &Co I<>9 10tt>;
Diamond Match. 122 122 VUn Boxb & Pa. 7 i 1S
Illinois Brick... 47 i- i do pre? ««i * ]
KCRy i L.t.. 62'g «3 ; "vrestem .Stone... 2»- 3 nO
do r r- ' 85 BSHlWeat Ch St Ry.. 2S 3-> i
BONDS.
Conmm Oaa Bei.ioa 1 " : IN W El 4-. '- 11 W"4
LSEIi mi?. '.s— 100 j Peoples Cas 55... — 104
to Ino r>«... .. U » So SI il 4<-s.. — lOOTi
Met GoM 4s f"'s ft]'- WMt Chi Is-t5-.. »> ».'.
do Eitpn 45.. — 85M do Cons .">s 75 fO i
111 Tun-- F*... 60 9WiIChl Pneu Too! &I>4 S2
BALTIMORE STOCKS.
CPcrclsheil by Van S'haick & Co.. No. 7 'V7a!J '""-*
Bid.-ABk«"i i Bid. Asked.
HnUed Railway. 14 14>» Cotton Puck 12 13
do Incomes.. . •'"'. W»H d^ lnoom.* 81'-j .12',
do *s BSV4 S>« T »!Norf Ry iI. .is. »T^ OS
g *i x- 8 V T... 7 1 - 8 1 LUrht iv r pref.. 40 —
io incomes.... Hf- 83 j dMCa 9."Hi P3%
do lsi- ........ s^'* BB%i!Chas i.'ity Ry ss.H>3 107
Seaboai Si l - 24^*''<"haa Con Eiri 5s P3 S5
"do Ist pr^f.'...' — * Hl*i Cont Trust 1"' l:is
d . "d prcf.... & '«"■* rnion Trust 55 61
rto 4^ 81M MSI Third Nat Rank 1-".' , 131
do ui-'y^ar Sa. f'O-s I" 1 ' Fidelity & Dev..KV 2 132',i
Ci'nso! g'ih ■Ml '•"' I Maryland Trust.. 1C lOJ j
"do 6e....; 105^4 itW'il
BOSTON STOCKS.
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IJ£NTISTK\
BRIDOK WORK revolutionized by Dr.
liuchanan's Latest invention, teeth »1..l-
OUt piates »p«-cliill»t In jKjrcelttla crowus
md lalajra; lne*i*;ns.ve. Dr. Butlianiin. »-*"
ilj'i.T.ij a\e., turner .'■:»•. h ft
CAST-OFF CLOTHING.
paid for ladies', gentle
nn-r.B and chlkJren'a dlacanjed «lotnlnK.
rin« Kenlng arj.! .iir'— t C<rflunif^. Jewelry.
liri. » lira. 1 . Kura, etc Mr. ur ilia. M
NAIT.U. .'- »!'l. a-..- T-l «"0— Bryant.
FOIt BALE.
AN AUTOMOBIUS FOR SAL.X.
li««i model: in nret rlii-» c<jiiditl"n:
rei-ently ov t-rdault-d ail in nne runnlnif
•yrdcr.
A. O. BPAtrOINO I iIHOS..
144 \\r>t &<i!h «tr«ft.
New York <.aty.
UNCALLED tor ktoiuse Roods for - Lie for
Charge*: Mrs. Bird, II ■ ItlrhArdson.
Mrs. Owen. W. Slmun. - West SUi «t.
DESKS, rolltops; partitions, railings, tables,
wiesv letter pi""-*, counters, shelving!.
clulhl.'ic al'jre fixtures ; stores, billet* fitted.
Flaa lire*.. "b-3." Centra at. .- '
1511.1.1 A lU> AND POO I. TABLES.
MAM -FAUTUKEIW cf billiard and pool
tables: high grade liowlijig alley build
er*: lowest price*. MAHX BROS.. 24
Union Sn-Jiire.
MACHINEKI.
AT REDUCED PRICES —Me second hani
wcod ana kros working macninrs. tuny
guaranteed; nmchu.tr> bought and es
chET.gtd GDI h. KL'DY. I*.!" MatHson m
lirJLiVsU ;..-
TYPEWRITERS— AII nukN Bold :>-r:~'.
repaired, exchanged; reltah> -■•..>•.-.
Gorman. 79 Njs.'Bu mi. Tfi'.'j' '■•• ■■>• -Tv —
Cortlandt
an :ii»i I>.
COLD CHAIRS, reception ani ballroom.
$2.'.t); also realliltns picture frames, fur
niture; reasn..niii.> rhargfs; leaf jsuarantr'd.
FrladberK 1 * Qlldlng t^hup. U'J tSU> are., op~
j.oslte Stn »t. ,
APVERTISKM ENTa and subscriptions fc*
utnies at rft'uiar otllce raiea until a o'clock
D 111 vis. : 2.'.4 Bth avc. ». c. COT. 23d tl. ;
153 tlth »*•.; cor. 12th et.: l>2 East 14tn St.:
"57 Went 42d st.. between 7tli end Mil ayes.;
•»«>3 \\>*t 125 th "t.; 1338 U a\c. betweca
7titli an.t 77th rtfcj UCfl Sd ay., nrar SUt
B t ■ 1708 Ist avc. near fciith »t. : 157 E«m
J li'iin st.; Tt'i Tninaßßt vs.; »i&o 84 are.
MHMUIim AND MII.I.IXKR>
DREBBMAKKR. fashionable; work hy the
Mri a Abrahams. IT"". Madison
FUR GARMENT* remodelled, radyeel «n-!
made Into the latest styie at moderate
priest; first class work guaranteed, orders
taVen for all kind of furs. L. J. Hanor-.an.
731 Lexington ait., near 59th »t.. btM with
C C. Khayne.
JTURS. bargains, entire stock. Including
muffs, boas, suitable for Christinas gifts;
gr»atiy reduced; fur garment* to order;
wholesale prices. 11. Forster. 72 West
iroth si
FORS.- BeaJ. rerslan. mink exchanged for
other 'urs; remodelling; moderate price*
Altrr.an & Co.. 3—' West 125 th st.
MM!: AJLBE —»r and mak»r of
his!, oat h>- tlav
nts made tn advan "■•. 6
. -t st.
WTJ MANUFACTURE and sell furs retail,
at wholesale prijes: convince yourself by
calling on us. Repairing done. Chas Hor
»■■:•:. 41 East Pth St.. opposite Greene st.
RELIABLE PRACTICAL FURRIER
will remodel or repair your furs at a saving
cf SO per cent: best workmanship and fit
guaranteed; old furs bought or cx 'hai
for new. HirsnfeM Fur Co . 68 West 21st
lit . bet. sth and ttth aye. Tel. 1123—Gra
mprcv.
SEAL GARMENTS ail other fine furs re
paired, redyea and remodelled 'nto latest
styles at exceptionally low prices; fur gar
ments made to o-d>r Mrs. E. J. Barker
en- Park aye. near 77th St., late with t\ Q.
Ounther's Sons, '-h ave. Tel. lf,W —
HJEI.P WANTED.
Male.
ANT INTELLJOErsrr PERSON may earn
$40 to $00 :>,.".■:.'-. at home. In spare
time, cr rrespondins for newspapers; no can—
vasslßg; experience unneofsaary. Bend for
particulars. Press Syndicate. Lfckport. N.Y.
JitXl* WAMJtX).
Female.
ABRAHAM & STRAUS.
BROOKLYN. WANT A
NUMBER OF BRIGHT
GIRLS OVER 16 YEARS
OF AGE TO ACT A«J
PARCEL WRAPPERS.
APPLY TO SUPERIN
TENDENT. DEPART
MENT OF WRAPPING.
BASKiIENT.
AN Y INTKLLIGBNT PERSON may •■am
$40 to $r>o monthly, at home. In spare
time. corr?spfli!<i:r.£r for newspapers; no can
va^sin?: experience unnecessary. Send for
pnrtl.-ulara. prvys Syndicate. . ekport N.Y.
WORK WAITED.
Male.
ACCOUNTANT seeks engagement; opens.
clofes, aJJusts, audits books; terms rea—
■onable; special rates to com-erns not re
\iuinr:sr bcokkeer^r penr.ar.ently. Account
ant, 4"9 ftalph et., Brooklyn.
BOY, 16, in office; high school education;
salary $C>. Charles Fleischer. 237 Schaef
fer st., Brook
EOY wishes to lean good trade: reference.
Address Lou Fox. 189 McKlbbin St.,
Brooklyn.
CHIMNEY SWEEP, experienced; work of
any kind. G. P. Jones. 2i>:j vTest Olst.
CHAUFFEUR, &c— By your? Swede eober;
experienced in rfrivlns and repairing elec
tric vehicles: a» private driver or In shop;
at present employed, but would change. A.
Hall, :>4l East I9tn at
DRIVER.— By married man, 26; ten years"
experience with teams: first class refer
ences. John K-ihl. Sls EJi^t £2d st.
DETECTlVE.— Experienced in all kinds of
woik; t-:rms satisfactory to patrons; busi
ness strictly confidential; private office for
ladies. Box I' 4, Statlcn Brook!j"n.
DETECTIVE. — Py your.? man; discreet an.
rellalj'.e; reasonaMe wages; In or OUt of
city; references. 25 West fcth St., on 14.
WAITER ami carpenter jobber, ex
r*r'enCfU. as froneral utility man; real
estate or bulMing concern; mail orders
promptlj attended to. Oiecu. 110 Doscter
£t., Brooklyn.
ENGLISHMAN. 21 of business ability. d<«
slrf-s position any capacity; speaks Ger
man. I. Sepal. 4:7 Bast Bth St.
FIREMAN and OILER.- f^inßl^ sober and
hi.nest. onderstanda ■'•an; iieat and ra
diatrrs thoroughly; can do steamfittlnst and
plunib'nff. Ail'lres-s Handy, care el A.
Carlson. 4"0 West 3 th st.
FIREMAN or WATCHMAN.— NIcrht er
day; l.ns experience; cood references.
Charles Evan?. 4.5."> West r>Oth st.
FIREMAN. &C— By tr.M'ile agi-d man. as
ri^reman. ficri;t. janltnr. etc Apply J.
Roth. "ilTi l!=t a\e., first aor.
GERMAN, with brewery experience. Brew
ers' Academy, Munich, as assistant fore
man or employment in office. Address R.
Muller. 143 East 89th fit.
ii'AXDT MAN.— Speaks four lansnaeres ;
• handy with horses*: kncTi-s liqucr business.
B. Harskovltx, 11 Cl.lnwn st.
INSIDE WORK. — By man; «-vßks rjerman,
EnalUh ar.-l Polish. R. Nalic'.i. 37 Bar
in.im a 1"?..a 1 "?.. Middle Village. Long Island.
IN'TLTI'FETER. jsp^aklnsr Enr!t=h. Ger
man. Fervian. Hunsarian. F'.avish. Po'lsh.
Bohemian. wi«hes plac« m railroad depot.
stearrsh!p docks, hotel, hospital. Sakos,
347 Eaet l'>t>- st.
INTERPRETER. — By yo-inir man; e!l ed
ucated: seven languages; nrcr'i«h.
French, Italian. Egyptian: knew; all parts
of the world, etc. Address Goura;. 4 Han
over st.
IJTH<~>.-;nAPHIf: ARTIST wishes situation.
Address Robert Hawlej Gardner. 50 Bread
et.. Bloomtteld. N. J.
MAN. 3.*. married, honest, sober, palntar
by trade, wishes p!a» at anything else.
W. Corbualsr. -OSti Madison aye.
MAN. r.l. wishes position at anything;
l-.andv with tools; speaks German. Eng
lish; palmer by trade. Voas, 807 West
4.'ith St.
MAX. 3i>; business ability; not afraid of any
kir.d cf worS: "references; security. If de
sired. M. 1^ Decker. 242 Division st.
MANICURIST, fir first class barber sh >o
or hotel, or win hire space, reason
able rent. Address C. W.. 141 Columbus
aye ________
rBKR'6 HELJ'ER: can do own loh
birifr; steady work; aged '^3. H. Ilaack,
121 West 104 th *t-
FAINTER, ka'.i-imir.er. white-washer »nd
eetifral contractor In a'l hou^e cleaning;
floors stained, carpet cleaned and laid; or
ders by mall promptly u Uended to. Mll
lam. fi East 13:h st.
PAINTER, r^ferhanper and decorator:
cheap and f.ist cla=s work cuara-ntee.J;
landlord*, estates or private: send for esti
mate. Jacob H, Fi<-?e!. T>fi7 Amsterdam aye.
PATN" - and DECORATOR. —By Cer-
Tr.ai!: good, experienced man. P. Flala,
Ifit!2 3d aye., corner Old St.
PAINTER. — By par>erranper. kalsomtner,
plasterer; real estate, private owners.
Vxtels; beat workmanship : very tow esti
mates, Kohan. M West 140 th st.
PATTERN MAKER.— Two if.-<' experl
ence; state wap^-s. I'attern Maker. 1273
! '•• Kalb aye., Brooklyn.
PLUMBERS HELI'EP..— By young man.
anywhere: experienced. Address Walter
Burke, 39 Stewart st.. Brooklyn.
STABLEMAN, &c. — By strong young man;
or any other work; willing. Fred Korell,
(147 East 13th St.
SUPERINTENDENT. — Youne man. mar
ried, with experience in building con
struction, wishes position as superin
tendent; very handy ami reasonable >ef
erencu. S. Proveazana. . r i"J East loU<i st.
TIMEKEEPER or any clerical work, by
young man. 20. lUckey. 1573 Lexington
aye.
TELEGRAPHER, stenographer and typ»
v.r!ter. exjirrt broker, commercial and
press operator ai;d verbatim reporter;
b< st r>»f«-rt-nces for character and Ability.
M. R. E., Trlbun* Otllce.
TO LAKE snow white brlckstnnes for
front walls on huillir'.gr •'...iin.erniauia.
7U2 German Place. The Tioni.
I'PHOI^STEREU— Work on furniture, mat
tresses, cvi talus. Karl F. Woir. 808 6th
fiMioLriTEKINO . — I'arlor suit", slip oov
• n. mattressea; carpetsitaken up ;»nd t+
;.<i.l at residences or a.t en-.p at reasonable
: ti:<-Ti. IMS Park aye.
rj'HOL^TEREI!. — Private or hotel: every
description of furniture upholstered, i»
":j:. ; reasonable. Leliovltx. care of N'-id
ler, 2oU East 75th !«t.
VARNISHER, POLISHER.— First 1 isi on
pianos; furniture, paniurt floors. rrtinle K
irm' private n«;t-ls; by Jay or }jt>; higtiest
references Charles rwefchtr. JH.'O East
1431 st.
WATCHMAN*.— IW big. stronr nian, 45;
was a Orman s-ildicr; understands boll
ers ami {.-gines; can do Keneral rcpalrtnc;
refertnres. E. W.. IMS Liberty aye..
Krcklyn.
TOUNCJ M \N, t<). a» scn-w rrarhlne hand;
will »urt as l«-urn<T. or will w.-rk et
ar.ytMr.g with adv-inci-ment. John Ruther
ford, l,j 84 at., Elizabeth, N. *.
WORK WANTED.
TOtTNO MAN at anything: speaks English
an.l German. Potth ff. 422 East 10U st.
YOUNG MAN. with thorough business ex
perience. d»*tres roiltlon as bookkeeper
or HMlstaot or c!erk; good penman and
nirur--r; best references, Becker 1713 Ist
TOt NO MAN, 17: ran SB bookkeeping; ex
perienced In general office work. 257
Hunter^.n ■*-. Newark. N. J.
YOtNC MAN. newly arrived, to wait on
table; general housework: oblijrtn* In
dustrious, steady. Callobrousln. n>« West
TOUNO MAX. 2fl. speaking and writing
German. Irene l !. Italian. Spanish, mv,
Eng'lyh: two v»ars In Parts as language
teacher. Narwltz. 220 Kast 117 th St.
YOUNG MAN. 24. wishes place «bm
brain* and en*Tr» are reoulred; baa ref
erences. J. C. Steinhardt. I Clinton st.
YOTTNG MAN -jo speaks German. Hnnsa
rlin and BswHah: would like to l»e.m
gome trade. Address J. tvp. care Wetn
feld. !W Morrell st.. Brooklyn.
YOUNG MAX. 22: any kind of work: speaks
Hungarian. German an! little English;
(roo.i rwr.man. Address A Welnfeld. tA
Morrell St.. Brooklyn.
female.
RENAISSANCE WORK to i- r: mending
don- A. Battenbers. 34S East ISfh st.
STENOGRAPHER an.! TYPEWRITER.
Beginner; position where speed Is not re
quired: careful, willing, persistent; moder
ate "alary. Mamie. 1315 3d aye. (present
employer).
STENOGRAPHER— Lady; is thoroughly
wxperlen'-ed business correspondent and
also competent stenographer; desires posi
tion after January 1 : highest reference as,
to capacity and reliability. J.. Box 9.
Tribune Offlca.
STENOGRAPHER and TYPEWRITER. —
Young lady. 20: permanent position;
small salary to start. Miss G. J. Moore,
2T.S We«t l«th St. '•
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED.
Mai*.
ATTENDANT, companion to an Invalid;
experienced, educated, gentlemanly; ac- I
customed to travel; New York re.'erence^.
Qrahaca. '','J Lexington «v«.
BUTLER. — French: small fan!:y: *»»:e sil
ver cleaner: la turfs; very Leo; references.
Louts. lU3 East <"Zir. St.
COA'"HMAN — Scotchman, single; under
stands horses and carriages; careful ■
driver; care furnace, generally useful; ,
country prtferred: city reference. A .-i dress
Coachman. Taylor"s Hotel. 18U I -ark Row.
COACHMAN.— Gentleman would like to ob- ■
tain situation for man wiio has been
with him for two summers and whom he
can hUtily recommend: city or country.
Address E. D., Tribune Uptown Office, 1264
Broadway. ]
COACHMAN. In private family; expert- '
enced and careful driver; willing and
obliging; best of references. Coachman,
care of .Swanson. 3W> Columbus avo.
COACHMAN.— First class; single; thor
oughly exptrienced: car* hones, car
riages, fcarnesw; careful driver; city or
country; generally useful; city reference*.
Address Competent. Tribune Uptown Of
fice. 1364 Eroadway.
HOUSEWORK, by Japanese student. In
apartment. N\. 223 East ."Ist st.
USEFUL MAN —By German. 29; slazle:
ur.d -OTS, etc ;
automobile school graduate: able to do re
pairs; references: wages $^5 a month. B. ■'
8. . Box .-" Tribune Offlce.
VALET, attendant to an invalid; ersert
enced, edurated. gentlemanly; accus
tomed to travel; New York references.
Graham. 69 Lexington aye.
YACBT. — By respectful young man. 19;
first cl.vw rfh&rer; city reference. Ci Mat
lozzi. 304 West 4l>th st. ;
WAITER. CoIored; dinner waiter, even- |
intjs, - lays, holidays; can mak« ail j
kinds of aa'.aJs; personal referer.cea. 1
Kmanuel. 317 West 86th St.
WAITER. &c. — By yoim? man; In private'
family; as waiter, an housework, take
oars o? stable; I •.'. reference. Benltez.
care Dr. Matson, 1243 Pacific St.. Brooklyn,
Female.
COOK end ■ A M AID. —Two girls; i
together; city or country; will do work
of small house; six years' reference one
family, 11. and M.. Miss Fitzgerald's Bu
reau. 503 6th aye., cor. 42d.
COOK, &c. — By couple; woman, cook and
laundress; man. generally useful, do en—
tire work !.f private family; city or country, j
Morrow's ... Lexington aye., cor— i
Tier s>th st. I
COOK. — Flrat class; German. French and!
American cooking: good baker; has friend, |
kltcfcermaid; together or separate. Mor- j
row's Bureau. 721 Lexington aye.. -"" st- '
COOK. &c. — L*y neat young girl; cook, wash
and iron: good baker; has friend, rtiSßsi
bennald and waitress; ehort distance In
country. Morrow's Bureau. 721 Lexington
ava., 3Sth st.
COOK.— First class: city or country: excel- i
lent city reference. J., Hcfmayer's Ba -
reao, IS3 We«t 23d st. Tel. after 10:30
a. m. iv>4 — Cnelsea.
COOK.— Assist laundry: young Irish irtrl;
Kt»d reference; city: $22-$25. Hnfrr.ayer'e
Bureau. 153 H>«t 22d St. Te!. after 10:30
a. m. ISH4 — Chelsea-
COOK. — Scotch Protestant, thoroushly
understands all branches: plain and
fancy cooktag; good references; city or
country. M. ? . Mrs. CoUler's Agency. i
IT2 West 23d st.
COOK. -FJnelieh. Protestant; excellent ca
terer and manager: best references; by
the day wee) of mrr.th. M H.. Mrs. 00l- ;
tier's Aseacy. 123 West 23d st.
COOK — Norwegian Protestant: particu- ;
larly nea f " ' t
preferred; wages. $2.i. A S.. Mrs. Col- 1
ller's Agency. 12:" West 23d St. j
CHAMBHRMAIP and SEAMSTRESS. —
Scotch; Protestant; understands dress
making: very neat best references: city or
country B W.. Mrs. Collier's Agency. 122
Weal 23 st.
CHAMBERMAID and WAITRESS —
N>at. competent. obliging young
woman: beat of references, city or coun
try. R R , Mrs. Collier's Agency. 123
West :3d St.
COMPANION. — Lady, with some hospital!
training; attendant to invalid: reference),
Helen Reed. Sault St?. Marie. Ontario.
COIX'RED GIRL would like laundry to 1
• ... home at reasonable price; a ' - ■»
hours 'work Please call. Bennett, care i
Carter. 24& Weal 30th at
DAY'S WORK. — By colored woman; wash
irg or nousecleanlng; references. Mrs. i
Slevers, 210 West 62d st.
DAYS WORK.— Py respectable woman; i
cooklnC. washing, ironing or any kind of
housework; (rood referenea.- 577 9th a.v. ,
Ring thre» times.
GENERAL HOUSEWORK. — By yoticsr col
ored glri; In small family; good refer- ;
ence. Call 314 West ll'Jth St.; ring Jani- ;
tor's bell. I
GENERAL - HOU3EWORK. — By youna; |
Klrl. Call at 23>> East 24th St.. second ■
floor, front. N.i letters.
GENERAL HOUSEWORK. —By reliable
girl: in apartment; small family; jrood
reference. Advertiser. 923 3d aye.. top noor.
HOrSKKEEFBK or MAID and SEAM
STRESS. — Canadian; Protestant: neat and
refined S years' persona! references; city "•"
country. 8. C. Mrs. Collier's Agency. 122
West 23 i st.
HOL'SETVORK.— By neat, middle asred. :
strictly temperate woman: trained coolft
quiet place in country preferred; wages $10
monthly. Call Irwinn Bureau. 77 West
lite si.
INFANTS NfßSFl— Reliable Protestant;
North Ireland: experienced: take charge;
rrir.g up on bottle; city reference: wages;
$3i) month. Nurse Hagstedt. aS7 Park aye. j
INKANTri NURSE.— By young fierman; j
first cU»s references. J25. Miss Shea's j
Bureau. S East 4-d St. j
JAPANESE, young man good general
hot-Mworkex, w - vtM pcsttlon. Oh—sht. aW j
Manhattan aye. 1
JAPANESE and wife. French: man as first (
rla.-n tiutler. ch-f or valet: one duty only;
wife as maid; *6O up. 330 East 57th st.
JAPANESE ■ lent wants position as
notKMWOTktr In m>artment or very small t
family. N.. r.3 Ea»{ Blst st. ,
KITCHEN or USEFUL MAN.— By young,
colored man. wtllln* worker. O. Alexan
der. I»>4 tniffield »t.. Brooklyn.
■ j
KITCHENMAID.— FIrsx class; thre« years' ;
referenri*; $20. Mlas Sheas Bureau, 8 j
East -1 at.
LADY'S COMPANION.— By young woman;
bajtdr with needla and rmeral » useful: :
refert-n.e fall <•«• address v.in. ZOO :
West 1 17 th st. I
LADY' M \1D —Competent English wom
an- s^oj 'halrdre»»«r. packer warrntrwi: ;
city or country: would take entire charge of
elderly lady. B. F-. M.sa Fltastialds Bu- 1
reau. M ■'» V ■ a.* !
LAUNDRESS.— Respectable colored woman. I
tirst class- work by the day or take '
home washing; nanltury premlsru. CaU ur
write, lK)lph!n. 620 West 45th it. 1
LAUNUHKriS.— Klr.ntsh; first class; very '
b«-at r*tcrt> nce>- from N*«?w York (AOiillva.
JtuaiU Uur«au. tisO Lexington ate.
OCEAN STEAMERS.
■BH ii : CEm A A LLifD
Fast Express Service.
PLTMOtrTH— CiIERBOUKtJ— BRRV
K. Wm. II Jan. ». li> A . M.
Kronpnni Jan. 22, noon
K. W:n II F-b. 12. • A. M.
Kronpriaa l- ••■ . 2«. ♦; a. At.
Kal^r star ... MA. M.
K. Wm. II Mir 12 5:30 \ M.
Twin-Screw Passenger Service.
URt.:: DIUr-CT.
, Frledrldi lv«. _-■ A- M.
«."a»<-i J an . 3, 10 A . M
Main Jan. M, IDA. M
Khein Jan. 2». 1» A. M.
Yorck Jan. .-.: 10 A.M.
fissel Feb.'l4. 10 \. M.
Mediterranean Service.
GIERALTAR— NAPLES— G&>'OA.
K. Albert Jan. 12. 11 A. M.
P. Irene Jan. IS. 11 A. 11.
tKaiser Jan. 28. It A H.
•Neckar Feb. 2. 11 A. M-
K. Luis« , Feb. ». 11 A. M.
K. Albert F-b. 23. a A. il
tOmlt* Gibraltar. 'Onilts Genoa.
from Bremen Piers. 3d -4 Sts.. Hobcken.
NORTH GERMAN LLOTP TRAVELLERS
CHECKS GOOD ALL OVER THE WOKLI>.
OBLRICHS & CO.. No. 5 Broadway. N. T.
: Louis H. Ueyer. lOlti Walnut St.. Phtla.
" HAH3UR6-AHSRICAr? UNS.
Twin Screw Passenger Service.
PLYMOUTH— CIIKRBOi:R(J — niJIBURO.
Eiuecher.Dec. 22. 10 AM Amertka(newUan.s
•P nsylvn!a.Dec.2!>.4PM tßutavia... .Jan. 12
•Oniita Cherbourg, t Hamburg direct
Mediterranean Service.
TO GIBRALTAR— NAPLES — GENOA.
Hamtiirs Jan. 10, Hamburg Mar. 3"
•triloltk* Jan. 25) •♦•aicUSe Apr. 23
*r>eat3chlaaiJ..Feb. 4 Hamburx. ... May 7
Homhurg Fsb. 19 •tMoltk'! M.iv 23
•Has Grill Room. &r. tHas Gyxnuasitim.
'Mediterranean and Orient Cttiiae. "» day*.
BT THE CHEAT FLTETt DECTSCHLAND
From New York. February 4. l'J>)~.
VEST MS 1" E 1 "«^ p^^ 3
WlhttU it u\J lWj£d> &ilar-3- |i =(> and „,.
TOI.TUST BL-REAC.
R- R. Tickets, hotel acoomniassscßssßl and
general information about for^lßn travel.
Travellers' chevks r^od all over th» world.
o^^•^^^:. 37 BROADWAY. n. T.
Thone Us* Rector. Pters. Hoboksn.
AIfC^TrAM 7 TV'S Pall!n* at »:2i> A. M
PLYMOUTH- CHERB'G— SOLTHAMrTON
St. Louis De c . --' St. Paul Jan. 3
Philadelphia.. Dec. 2»!New York Jan. 13
F^EE) ST« a 7 Tr i"r rrorn Pi«r
■ ••*" — ss« . _.. . _ — _ _ 1A N" I
NEW yORK-A\TRTr.pIpARIS.
Ztel d. Dec.2«.2i30 , m Vaderland. Jan.». noon
Kroonl'd. .Jan.2.7 am! Finland. ..Jin. X.7 «m
WHIT 3 STAR LINE S°T. r
NEW YORK— QN-STOWN-Ln-ERPOOL.
Baltic. Dec. 19. 8 am; TeutonlcJaniMO am
Majeittc.Dec.ae. 10am MaJeatic.Jan.2n.lo am
O nlc -- Jan -2. 7 am' Teutonic. Feb.6 10 a.-a
•£> E MSCITERRAKEAN ™
FROM NEW YORK^
CEDRIC.Jan. 5. »:ao a. m. ; F»b 13 )"1 Oflo
CELTICJan. 13. 9:30 a in ; Mar "JtOVS
CRETIC....Mar. 30. m«n; Jtav »: June 20
FROM BOSTON—
CANOPIC Jar. 12. 8:30 a. m.- Feb. 28
REPUBLIC Feb. 2. 1 p. m. ' Mar S
ENOER OFFICE. !> BROADWAT.
Freight Offie». Whitehall Eld*.. Battery PL
AH Year Round Cruises
BETWEEN
New York ami New (Mem
SiMT55Eii PACOFOO
PASSENGER STEAMSHIPS.
Weekly senrice from each port.
SPEED — COMFORT— SAFETY.
Connecting at NEW ORLEAN3 with Rai:
Lines for All Points in
LOUISIANA. TEXAS. NEW AND OLD
MEXICO, ARIZONA. CALIFORNIA.
INQUIRE. 34» OR 1 BROAD WAT.
©GiiKM&FQD (LOBItE
From Plera 51-52. North Rievr*
LIVEH'-POOL via QCEENSTOWX
LUCANLA L- ■ •'• M i M
UMBRIA Sec. 23. "2 p m
Etrurta.......Jan- 12. Campania .Jan.* *2ti
Carmanla Jan. 19;Umbrta Feb. 2
OIBRAX.TA&— NAPLES— ADRIATIC—
EGYPT.
CARONIA"> Jan. 3, 9 a. m.. via Gibraltar
(20 000 L 4ll^ N«p!-?s. Schedaisd throuifh
".. jto ALEXANDRIA. 14 days,
tons). j FetL 114 ta Gibraltar and Naples.
Supplementing new mode twin screw ~ >
ULVONIA...(3d & 3d oniy) Jan. 17. ii)a.ra.
PANNONIA Marcs 14, noon- May 2
CARPATHIA March >. noon; "May M
SUVOMA April 11. noon; May 30
VERNON H. BROWN. Gen 1 1 Agent.
21-24 State St.. eppesite tr.e Battery.
HBLO DOMIBIIO'V WE
DAILY SERVICE. *
For Old Point Comfort. Norfolk. Ports
mouth, Plnner*a Point and Newport News.
V« . connecting tor Petersburg. Richmond.
Virginia Beach. Washington. D. C. and
entire South and West.
Freight and passenger steamers ""ail from
Pier 2«. N. R.. foot Beach si., every w-ei
day at } d. m.
H. B. WALKER.
Vice-President and Traffic Masazar.
LFodcp tPcnpCd [Bdgb©
Steamships of th» RED -"D" LINE will
sail from Pier 11. near Wail St. Ferry
Brocklyn. fcr San Juan direct as fni'ows-
S. 8. PHILADELPHIA... Dec 22. noon
>»- S. CARACAS Sat.. Jan. 6. '07. noon
For freight or passage appiy to
BOL'LTOX. BLISS & DALLETT
General Managers. 52 Wall St.
nfl fi\ f 3 Fre< l uen Spring Parties.
OJIML LULU First-ciass throughout. $623
30 Tours to n^ill! x< rn\ . r?=»
<*rro up ) UL tlijtsiiyiria
Orient Cruise Feo. 7, by 3.3. Arabic (16.0C0
tons). Tour Around the World. Jan. sth.
FRANK C. CLARK. US Bn*a*ay .V V
pE. -D' LINE
For La Guayra. Puerto Cabeilo. Cura
cao and Maracaibo, via Curacao calltnz
also at San Joan. P. R. ;
S. - PHILADELPHIA.. eat. Dec 21 boob
a. S. CARACAS Sat.. Jan. 5, '07. noon
For La Guayra. Curacao and Maracaibo.
S. 6. MARACAIBO . . Sat.. Dec. 29 noon
S. a. ZULJA Sat.. Jan. 12. "07. noon
These steamers have superior accommo
dations for pasaenKers.
BOULTON. BLISS 1 DALLETT.
General Managers. «2 Wall St.
MALLORr STEAMSHIP CO.
Tickets to Texas. Colorado. Mexico
New Mei'i-n. .»rlzona. California. Osontta
Florida. -\lsr-i-rrta. etc. ALL OCE\N
ROUTE TO Ml All!. PALM BEACH. FldC
etc. <vla Key We3t>. Our bookie
■Pocket Guide" free. H. H. RATMONO
Qen. Mgr.. lit) Fron 1 ejt, N. T.
•TA VELOCE"— B^ast Italian Llae.
Salilnr from Pier 64, North Rlv«r
ft. of 3 4th St.. for Naples and G<noa
Boiotrnm*. HartSvM _ Co.. -i Wall St.
COOK'S KOLT LAND TOt*RS.— All tn
.-iude Egypt Oooklets. THOtf. COOK A
SOX. 243 ar.d 1200 Broadway. 649 Madison
%ye . S. T.
STEAMBOATS.
B!r!\ -:, TT ,'fl M » n<l Points In New Eng
(Q) © II ! (B LSI land. Reduced Rates
FALL RIVER LINE via Newport an Fa!!
Kiver. Fares reduced all points — Boston.
J2 <*5; Newport. Fall River. $2.00; Provi
dence, J2.30. Leave Pier 19. N R.. ft. War
ren St.. week days and Sundays. s:<X> P. m
Strs. Priscllla and Provtdence. Orchestras.
NORWICH LINE via New London. Leave
Pier 4<J. N. R-. fcot CUrkson St.. »«»« days
on'.y. 6P. .VI Steamers City of Lowell and
Chester W. Chapln.
NEW HAVEN U>TE for New Haven.
Hartford and North. Leav«» pier A E. R
week days only. . IB P. M. ; 'cot East 22d
St.. SP. M Steamer Rlchara Peck.
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WASTED
Female.
NURSE. — Experienced; Infant or Brown;
h»» brother, useful; city or country; to
gether or separate. Morrow's Bureau. "21
L>-xlngtcn ay«.. corner iath st. TeL 102S —
Plaza.
WAITRESS. — clasa. In private fam
ily; understands carving: has beat refer
ences. JuasHu Bureau. fiSo Laxin^ton aye.
LAUNDRC9S. — By German womaa. to -. «.«
In »j_-- ::.< Tladlke, 247 East 124t& St..
second floor, front.
NLTUSE. trained English; to travel with
Invalid; good Bailor, best references. A!
dre-s Francis. 34 Irving Pi*.'". Brocklyn.
RESPECTABLE WOMAN wishes work at
anything; good r»-fer«acea. Mi» Mc-
Ctrtijy. \Ve«t 132J at.
IVIDoW. with avail family, wo«ld like
rhil.l tv board: near achoo!; brat ore.
Ura. Marulre, 140 fclcist Main St., Patcb
o«;u«. Long I-:ar. i
WASHING and IRONING at horn*: w»«k
or d ■ ■ ■. *
vuto house; o[en air drylnn; knjwa party:
reasonable; com* and lnveatlsacd. J.!J
East 724 st.
WITT XL'RSQ— Woman with fresh breast
wtshes t. m bub; at her own ttume.
Inquire after 10 o'clock. Mr». Buyer. 124
Brook uv«.. top Coor.
YVAlTK£>>s or PARLORMAID —StrictIy
Hi at class; v«ry :i«it. city references: city
or country. U. £1. Mr*. Collier's Aseacy.
IX: U^«t U3<l at.
WET NURSE.— By healtay youns »!fe
*(".!»«• baby haa just i11«k1 . will take care
of baby in kwr own home or ennage by th«
ntor.lh; Immediate reply will b« ni';-rw
v-*:»J- BOb £a4t 40tix »t.. Cox Ti.
13
. ' >.Vl>*.
v _=_■.: - _ , __ _ - j _mi
RAIL R'O AD.
Stations foot of west T»ent7-thtr<l Street
and Desbrosse* and CorUandt Stroata.
tiyThß ieivlns tluif from Desbrcssos sn4
Cortlandt sHreeti i* nv* minutes later taa»
tßat given below (or Twenty-third atsasl
Station.
FOR THS: WE3T.
•. .3 a. tn. CHICAGO tPra.lAL>
•» 85 a. m. PITTSBURGH DAT EXPRESS
•U)..'.u a. m. TI^E PENNSYLVANIA Llit-
ITED. — Chicago. Cincinnati, and ht. Louis,
•J. 83 p. m. HT. LOUI3 LIMITED. *
•l.ajpm. CHICAOO. CINCINNATI. AjsT>
ST. I.OUIS EXPRESS.
•3.35 p. en PENNSYLVANIA SPECIAZ*
•4.3 a - 1S HOL 'Ra TO CHICAGO.
*■£ p. m. CHICAGO LIMITED.
•p.w. p. ra. WESTERN EXTRE.S3.
•tt— 3 p. m. BT. LOUIH AND CINCIJTJTATI
EXPRESS.
7.-> p. m. PACIFIC EXPBE?3.
•5.238. m. CLEVF.LAND ,yd crxena*
NATI F.XPRES3
•ai.'Vn. m. PITTSBUKGH SPECIAL^
WASHINGTON AND THE SOUTH.
•ÜB, m 25. »9.2.V f>». •10.55 a. m.. U.9L
•12...5. 2.10 )*3-2T>. > nsraeaioa«l Uss*
lted"». •3.23. «4.23. M.SS. •3.C3. 9.25 B»
m.. 12 t<> night. Suncsay. 8.23, -•» 2*,
•10.55 a. m.. 1225. »12.83 <«•.», "Cci»
greaslonal Limited' *3.26 *4.23. *4>S^
•3.M. 8 _5 p. m. 12.10 nlsnt.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY.— «a.3». •*.» »•
m-. 12.10 a. m.. dally.
ATLANTIC COAST LCTE-—^.23 a. <S«
and v.25 p. m dal'y.
SEABOARD AIR L1NE.— 12.23 p. m. ca4
12.10 a. m. daily.
NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAILWAT--^
•3.23 p m. dally.
CHESAPEAKE I OHIO RAILWVIV^
*7 S3 a. m. week days; a 10.5& a. m. c»4
•4.35 p. m. daily.
TOR OLD POINT COMFORT and KO»»
F0LK.— «7.23 a. m. week days and a. 34
p. in. Jaiiy.
ATLANTIC CTTT— ».Ba a. m. and XCS ■»
m. week days; Sundays, *7.3» a. m.
CAPE MAY. — 12.35 p. m. week days.
lon<; BR-\XCiL A.r.i park «>^asl
Grove) (North Asbury Park 3ur.J-tysW
and Pctnt Pleasant. E ..'..' a. m.. IX2&
S.2S. 4.53 p. so., and 12. 10 night -»*esl
days. Sundays. 023 a. m. and 4.53 p. SH
KOIt PHILADELPHIA.
«.C3. »T. 3. 8.25. 3.33. »9 23, *».S&
•H053, *10..V5. '11.83 a. m.. 12.23. *IXBSi
*tI.S3. "1.33. 2.H>. 2.55. •3.23, 153. 4.25.
•4.25. *4..V. i*t4.o3 fcr Nortn Phlia.Vlphla
cnly>. «5.33. •U. 23. «.53, 7 53. 9.25. 9.53. 'i ai
(0.55 for North Philadelphia onJy> p. >■••
12.10 nljht week dirj. 9 .lay*. <XX
•7.53. « 23. *9.23. » S3. *t 10.53. •lO.S.'J a.
m., 12.25. «1233 "1 55. *1.53. " ... 3.33*
•4.23 <**433 fnr NcrtU Philadelphia onlyw
•4 rj,, «5.55. »c.23, 7.53. 8.23. 9.53. aS»
19.5.1 fnr Narta PtUadelptla i "' p* cx«
12.10 nlsht.
•Dlnlnst Car. tErtra fare r-Ua.
Ticket offWs. Nos. 481. 1334 snd 170 BresssW
war; IS2 Fifth Aye. (below 23d St.); 283'
Fifth Ay«. (corner 2Dth st->. and station*
named above; Bror-klyn. 4 Court Str»»t,
?.?.ti Fulton Street. 479 Nostrand Aye.. S3*
Broadway, and Pennsylvania Annex i*ta-»
tion. Tna New Yoric Transfer Compaaf
will call frr and chec l^ baggage froi^
hotels ana residence* tMxrasa to destina
tion.
Telenor* "343 --^lrfs-a" far fVnn!»yr»«jßsßj
Railroad Ca^ Ssrvfoe.
W. W. ATTERBURT. J. 71- WOOD.
General Manager. PassT TrafSc Maaagas^
GHO. W. EOYD.
General Passenger Agent.
"America's Greatest Railroad."*
. .-_ :-l J — A
asMU R!VE3 RA!LB2AO
Trains lea— 4 Gran.: Central Station. 431 8*«
ami, except the S.aO a. in.. 1.1C2. 3-3«. 1L&)
p. m., stop at 125 th St. 12 minute* later.
Buffalo — tS-SU. '5.45, '10.20 a. m.. 1.0,
•l.i«. *2.U4. »4.30, •■•.n». '.»*, •9.30^
*».a!). "11.30 p. m.
Chioago— *s.4s a. m.. 1.0«. *«lSs) •< 3"V
*&.3i>. •«.«*. "S-OO *9.30. *11.30 p. m.
Cincinnati— *i 04, •».(«. *».3t>.*l i*> »•■•»
l-';?v«;land— «<.45 a. m.. •1.00. "6.-lU, •*.<X%
•».w, "a.30. •KUa p. m
Columbus — «2.04. 'Z.3*>. - - - •» 30 p. nv,
Detroit — »*.45 a. m.. 'I.tni. •■» iO. *iol\
«... «11.30 D. nx.
Indianapoil* — »2.04 *5.30. *11.3i> p. ™« .
Montreal— « l2.lo. ,».St>, ■v4o a. m.. "I '"V
•7.30 p. in.
Niagara Falls — ?9.30. »143 a.m.. "10.20 a.n%.
•1.02. «I.o<i, ti.oO» «!>.W. »9.2». -*iaj
•11.30 p. m.
St. Louis— •2.o4. »5.30 •11.30 p. m.
Toronto — f.30 a.m.. *&.<*>. tS» 30. bll-30p.n%
H»RLf3I IrtVldlOX.
9.03 a, m. and 3.W p. m., ex. Sun-teT. *9 *
Plttsfleld and No. Adams; Sunday. 9-37 i- n
Pullman cars on all through trains.
Ticket once-?, at 143. ... and '33«
Broadway, 25 t. nlon sq. W.. 273 Colosibti*
Ay.. 117 West 123 th St.. Grand Central an 4
123 th St. Stations. New York; 33* and 724
Fulton at. and 854 Broadway. Brooklyn.
•Dally. tEx. Sun. "Ex. Mon. bEx. Sat
Telephone "*M> 38th St." for New Tor*
Central Cab Service. Bas^age checked Croia
hotel or restlenc* by Westcott Exprees.
C r. DXIJ. J. T. FAIRLAMB.
Vlce-Pre#ient. Gen" I Passenger AgenV
STATIONS iKoot^^ty^.N.R.
Time scowa below is from Überty 8»»
West 23d at. leaves 10 minutes earlier, •*•
cepc as noted by designating marks.
PHILADELPHIA.
I'M la. 6.30. m 7.00. m*B.o«. » 30. •»<«•>
»*IO.OO. 'ILOO. v.3«. m«l2-00. VI.OU,
1.3 W. '2.00, •!(»). »400. VS-OOt s«v
ni»6.00, '7.00, «b.oa *».00i p10.3D P. il«
15 mdt.
BALTI.MORE >.YD ■WASHINGTON.
xi.2o. «s.fKj. i«i0.oo. 1*12.00. «2.00. n;*4.or\
Vtj.UO. •7.00.
LAKEWOOD AND L.\KKH"RST— >4.(ML
6.40 A. M.. i 1..-' I ?•• k3.40. 14.15. 6.04
P. M.. .fi. 15. Sundays, 8.3«). ft 4O A. M.
ATLANTIC CTTY— •».♦» A. M.. xI.OO, k3.48
P. M.
LONG BRANCH. ASBTTRT PARK. OCS_\^t
GROV3 (Sundays. No. > nr» Park)—
x 4 '*>. 8.30. 11 3u A. M.. exli4o. 1.20;
g4 4" 5.30. 6.30. JX2.01. Sundays, except
Ocean Grove. z4.U>. 9.00 A. it. 4.0%
«3o P. M
Time, table* giving rrafns to -.-—- N,
BETrILEHEM. ALLEXTOWN, MAtJCK
OTiUNK. WILKSsBAREu OCR ANTON.
RBADINT, HARarsßtTtO, FOTT»»VILLE.
WILLI\MSPORT an-1 all other point* ca»
be obtained a: foilowinz 0f71t.-e«: liberty St.,
iWnt 2Hd St.. TeL 3144 Chelsea). 9 ASM*
House. 243. 434. 1300. 1334 Br-)a.iwav 1&)
3*h Ay . 2SI 3-:- Ay . -' Union Squar*
West. S79S 3<i Ay.. 103 West 125 th St.. 244
Columbus Ay.. New York: 4 Court Bt
243. 344 Fulton -■ . 47» Nostrand At..
Brocklvn: 3«O Brfadwav. Ti*bora>
New York Transfer Co. calla for and czec*M
tazgase to destination.
•Daily. tDaily. txcevt Snnday. pSrr»»
(Jays. {Parlor cars oniy aExcept S^mi*
jays. m Dining car. e^r-«T>t Sundays. x?a*»
u-days only. zFrom I_!r.«rty otilt. IDssssi
Iss car Sundays. «Dla!n< ear (Sal)T.
From Twentv-rhird HI I— l >ITTO P. sa_
c4.Srt P. M.. JII.OO P. M. kS.2O P. iLT
aasa
w. o. bt^lfr. W C Hrvpn.
Vlie-Pres. 4 G«n. BBSi Gen. Psjw'r A«»a^
BALTIHC^E & CHIt! 5. H.
tiuVAL UU'B LINE TRAINS.
•"Every otr.rr hour on th* even hour."*
TO BALTIMORE AND- WASHINGTON.
Leave New York City. 23d SL Llby 3t
•W.\?HlN''-TON-, ?V r er3. l! "O pm I.SO asa
•WASHINGTON. Dicer. 7 SO am iv) aoa
•WASHINGTON. Diner. B.ROarn 10(jUi
•WASHINGTON. Diner. HSOa.Ti 12-Oon'a
•WASHINGTON. BufTst. 1.80 pm :,cl 5^
••ROYAL LTD.." Diner. X.3'> - --. 4 ■•• pas
•WASHINGTON. Diner. ' 30 pm «i i<> prr»
•WASHINGTON. BuAH, «.3O pm 7uo pea
•Dally.
Through Dally Tralna la -ho T«rent
Leave New York CUv. 23-1 3 r Llb'T ?V
CHICAGO. PITT^BrRf!. 7.M am Ino a:«
CHICAGO. COLL'M3f=>. 11 SO am UMn'S
PITrSRITRO. CLEVFTLD. B.3Opra 4 '<0 PSS
•'Prrrsurßr. limited." e.3t>pni 7tx)pr»
CIV.. ST. LOT-TS.LOTT3V.. ll.Mpm T.Siara
nx st Lons. loctsv.. ».:nam lorrtaaa
CIN..ST.LOT-1d.1.0T.n.^V.. 330 pro «.0Opt«
O.Tlces: 245. 4.T4. 13<X) Err^iway. 6 >. '"Of
Hous^ 10^ Gretn.»tch St.. 23 T'clTn Squ*:«
W. SBTI Grand 5t.. N. V. : 34.1 Fulton a*«
Brookryn: West 2T54 St. tad Überty Bt.
After fl p. m. Sleeping <7ar ■ .i"*ons)
•nd full Information r9eardlnr trains, to,,
can be obtained at Bureau of Informatloo,
R * O T?. R.. 23d St. Terminal. 'Psjossl
No. Chelsea SI 44.
Lackawanna Railroad,
Leave .<». V . clay. Christopher. W. Bssl
Bta.
tS.OO A. M. — For B:neharoton and Elm!r»,
•10 00 A. M. — F"nr Bu^alJ. Chicago and Sal
Louis.
•1.4« P. M.— Tar Buffalo and Chicago.
t4 (*> P. M.— For ■rartoe) and PivmoaesV
»•«. IS P. M.— For Buffaltv and Chicago.
•».•«»». M — For BufTa!.->. Syracuse. trite*.
•2 0«> A. M.— Chicago— open ».?4
V M.
T1 SMS at 149. 429. I'.tS 14.14 Bro*f-a»v
N T. : 33» r-i • " -■ Brooklyn. 'Daily.
♦Except Sunday. sLeaves Christopher at*
A 1O P. M weekday*.
X V X. H. & HARTFORD R. IV
Trairs depart frim Grand Central 3t»tloa»
i?d .-'. ar.d 4th .we., aa fallows for
BOSTON, via N'«» Landon i Pro*.— t:^:C<X
ft! '10:00. •* ! !10:02 A- M., tt ! |l:f«\
•l!'1"t. •x!!.T:0«>. ttitS^Wt .- l !stoi
ri2:"i» P M. ; via WllUmantlc— t«Vol A.
M.. fj:w) P. II. : via. Spfd.— r9:l4 A. )L»
♦ ! 112.00. •■4:00 -lliCO P. it.
Wofivp Jk Fitch., via Putnam. P. VC
Lahevtllo * Norf — 1«:4.<» A. M.. t3:31 P. 54.
Gt Rarrtr.jrton. Stockbridue. L*nt>». • • *-
fleld — 14:54 •«,!•■, M. and t3:31 P M.
Ticket eiT.c*s at eGranJ Central statiosi
mi,! c 123 th St.. also at c 243. 1C"». cI33A
R'way. eCS fnlon Square. cl« Flftli Ah,
c*J4.% Colun-hus Ay»., c»m> M:i>ll3<in -At*..
MCS W. l»t!i St.. 2TDB T6'r,{ Aye. m
BrocklTn, c 4 Court St. 479 Nostnuul At*..
890 fVwiy.
•Da.lv. tEscept Sundays. tStopa a. lSt^
St. xStop* at I'i3t!» St Sunr*»T» onl/v
i»!»r!or Car Limited. tlTTan din!n«; caav
cParJor and Sl»»vitng Car tickets also.
LEHIGB VALLEY.
Foot of Wests A i Conlaaat *a 4 '*ei>roesas 41%
H *IHiir- t Except >uaa»r. SaaOay: -' *J»
j bi."\ ilia c: 4 -. g)*'-. qiva.xa.4a.
lv <• Y..alLv N Y,B
; Mauea CSnnK Loc*^. •-a a »: t* 40 a «
| Buffalo Kxpreu. Nfl -0 » «■' # c? V» a «
. BuaaJo Kxprew •*>* io a * "SV.N) v 4
BLA K. t>IAMUNI> EXP »a i» .. »! •!-• 00 r «
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TUX BC rffLO TB VK . '7 ii r « 'i.tio r «
Ttc*t-u»n.l Pullman aecommodartons l l<t«S..iii
A I fcj Itroiulwv. IS! sta Are ,» l>toa S>q. \V«»v
Ji V-: "33 Kulton St., 4 Court St., 47H Noatracd Ats^
#JO BruaJwair A fool Kuit«>o St., UrookiVD. ■>
*. X. '.'ruM(«rCu wtli c i tor eltock - i

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