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TRADE IK CHICAGO.
! By Teirjrraph t* The Tribttr.e.]
Ciilcag">. Slareh 12.— Ths influenre of IS* lare*
£am s^«er««a»of grain, as reported yesterday; held
■tray in the Wheat market, but Hie last liour mr a
Aurprialr.s clianr^, flue to the possible influence of
tbe ravage? of the fast multiplying; e'een Injgs In
til* Southwest. The price eliot up th« last half
hour of Urn eesFion, and at the close had not only
recovered Its prevJous devline, hut vas lc higher
than it left oft the day before. Other Krains previ
ously Ti«»ak WH'am<» firm ant closed slightly l:lghcr
lor Hi- day. Provisions closed at a sharp decline.
May wh' rlost-d ct fK'ic. j;iiust rday'g
closp at E7%e to 77 l ii\ July closed at TOVI-c, com
pared with 7S**c to ~&':-^c jest onlay.
Trade Jn the corn pit Tvas Finall arnl arteea were
remarkably steady, notwithstanding th« terse
quantity of la*t year's crop still in the hands of
fanners, l^oc.il rrc-upts w-.-re C3O cars- and ship
ments he&oe 249.000 Jmsliels. TiM estimate of to
laorrrjw'u )'<c-il rc-ioijits Is 140 cars. May corn
closed fit 4T'. g !\ a guiu of Uc over yesterday. July
closed at 4<^<-, usdiaxtged.
More «>ats In Urn bands -f farmers on March 1
thlc year than tfc« year bpfors undermhicd th«
ponfldf-!)c«» of many, who expected the government
report to make ■ <iiffer«iit showing. Selling on
that account took r :*c. off th* May j>rice in th"
court* of about aa hovr. hut at that Am Ibm there
was a demand for more than could he bought
Local receipts ■were 377 car«, aiid BblpnKnta hencfl
225.000 bu«hfl». The estimate of to-morrow's local
receipts is 114 cars. May closed at Al^ic. apalnst
<l'*S42c. ycPterday'B closing: price. July at th«
close wt»« STSj'JSTijC, as compared with 4 'i":'S
yesterday.
More hogs than estimated and ■ drop in the price
at th« yards mere th« Inducements to sell products
at th« opening. There mi an immediate decline
of considerable proportions, and that was PufTl
clentiy attractive to some of the heavy local shoi'ts
to cause them to take profits a 1 previous sales.
Pome buying of lard and ribs for one or two of the,
laadinr; packers caused a reaction. Shipments of
cured meats an.l lard were again far short of last
year. The estimate of to-morrow's hog reef ipts II
59.000 head. May pork closed at SIC IS. a loss of 2*".?
on yesterday's closing I" •■ a. May lerd at the close
w»« $8 25. a decline of 15c. May ribs closed at H,
against $9 07<^r59« ■; '.> yesterday.
Instruction.
For Both Sexcg— City.
THE BEIILITZ school OF UNO TAG Eft.
l!80i«<.-i Square (MSI Hroadw»<r>.
HARLEM BRANCH Ler.ox aye.. cor. i:Jth St.
BROOKLYN BRANCH 78 Court St.
]<EWAHIC BRANCH Scheuer Building
Over SO© tranche* !n leedlng cities.
NSW TERMS BEaiNNINO NOW.
School Agency.
AMEBJCAN AND foreign teachers' agencS
•uppllee frofesscirs. Teachers. Tutors, Go. finesses, etc..
to College*. Schools and Families. Apply to
Mrs M J. YOUNO-FLLTON. ii Union Square.
To Whom It May Concern.
fMAKFICLO. IAMBS WILLIAM.
X Returned to New Yoilt In nean:sh!x> Prar.ce, en
rout* to Chicago; r.ot sit\ce heard of. In 3S7J he
j-e«ided at 172 West Madi*ta »-i . <*hicai*-' Brother
John Inquires. Americas paixis piea?e copy.
Brother's addresn, 20 Csrroun Rd.. tapliam Rd.,
London. Englard.
Surrogates' Not ice.".
SAGE. RUSSELL IX IL XtSLANCK OF AN OHDEK
15 of Hon. Abner •' Thomas. a Surrogate of the
County of New York, notice ts hereby given to all
persona having claims against Russell Page, late of the
County of New York, deceased, to resent the came.
with vouchers thereof, to the sut-srrlr-ers. at their place
of transacting business. Room 411. No. 31 Nsesau
Street, Borough of Manhattan. In the City < ' New
Tork. 00 or before the Zfnh day of April ni xt.
Dated. New York, the 17th day of October. :»0«.
MARGARET OLIVIA PAGE. Executrix
CHARLES W. OPBOHNB. JOHN P. MITW, Executors.
CHAHI.^S A. GARDINER. Attorney for C. :, Osborr.e
and J. 1 ■ Vur.!. E*e<-utors. 13-rl Park kow, Bor
ough «if M»i>« tan New York City.
JJEFOREST BROTHERS, Attorneys for Margaret
Olivia Sage. Executrix f." Broad Street. Plough of
Manhattan. New York Cltr.
Cite:, on*.
THE rEOPI.E^r4frWPTATR-r*r N+V' YORK. m
th«? KT»rf. of -fiirt.— free *v<\ ln-I<T*T!»}priT to llowatd
A. S.-h»rn«-rli.-:n.^s»»s«»»"f d^-ea*»"1 : U'Ul^pn: H. S her
tcn-iiorn. a won -"t f^itl"^ I^ ln '" ;!ri ' Hull, :■- daughter *.t
d'f>a«e.-l: rtfb»cfai.^..T« A >y". t--i<liti'laally ana as Uxecu
trlx of >n-n:.c\ M.^l»>* M « d»e«aseil Ksefi;l"r; Votui F.
Ja--<>bii». * ecn riSJ Ti*«tnr of Ssmj»l M. Jsc^us. a
C<i~-arrxi i:xf-utor;"njarT«-« <".rifffn. an ICxerutcr of Sam
uel V .Taconus. * *>*vi*2s I'T-rutor: Rarab I* -TumeiiO".
a daughter of SaoiuelyM3J*<-ob'is, a <Jpc<?»fM Baacstor;
A4a .'. Jacobus, a <la!-s f :tfr r.f M. .Turcbus, a <%*■
reasM nuccutor; T"r>afttjf:r!)#rmfrhrrn. irife i«n.l n<-xt
cf kin of Jchn J. B»'Lgii6*rlioiH. tt -1f»a»»4 frericinor. sb'l
I*>ss:<h» of <i»^»«' i e<J:. l »*p"ifi*iii: at N>-wto»rj!, conn.; A..">
A. Gueio>n- M«"iTiil. a. »a'Ki<'ausat»r end l^»tat« e r.» d»
r»H*r4, Twelilins; at VH'+fi-fJl*. t*il!f<^rr.in. cr.d in nl! r»r
««ns int-resi»<l ia v .-.■.**.«'.■ ft Horatio Sch^rrnerhnrn.
ln'o of t^• Qlgßty '■( N> «■• rork. de'»ss*'i. ai< (reditors.
set:at»«*. next of l;in rtT'Mljenrts*, send cretins: You
pnd '>s«'h n* yru are> fie»r*r -Itrd nni requir-'l pcrseeaUy
to be and «vp»ar l*f'iie "<ir surr<ip»t« of the <"ounty cf
%'*>w York, at dM Pn»i*teat<:s < < - ourt of said iManty
Ji'ld at th« County tVrrt Il'-nw in the ."toinfv of Xcv
>o-k en th« 2»th Asv or, March. 1907. «• hs'r pnet t»a
o'clrwit tn the forenoon <■? th»t day. th»n ar.4 there to
•ttend a jufllfUl seitlpmerit of ih«- acr-ount »>f proc»*d
l".g» «f Howard A. P< herrn'rhorn. a« »o!e rtrnirina; Exw
•cutor of trie !*»' "W ?li »ri r«*tammt *hm • ■•»»•'! ;
ec< «n:ch ''f you a* «r« liertb-.- eltefl, *-, nm uri-r tne.
•«« af fiiuti sne years. are required nrrr^ r I y^^f
grasrfllan. If you lm\ < » t», kt if >ou hsve non». to itrr"* 1 "
mill epplv for «n» t»> h« «rpo'nt*l. <-r In th* erant ef
?-our neglect <t faSnre ir> <1o f... h. (-iirt'«!i wll] he ap
j>olrt«l !■- tl.e funogste to r-rreaer.t end net for you "in
the pro<-«««»41ng.
In Test'.tr.r.nr Wh»r»r>f, We) have caused th» «•»• of the
EurroratM' fVtrrt nf the *a!d Oountr of :>p.- York to bs
JiereMnto affi x-4. 1 r tiers, 'Hon. FYanle T Flt«
fit. • * gerf. a Purrocate cf our fsia County, nt the
Cotin'y of New York, •: «• 21-1 day ■•? Jamjar--.
la tfr.e y*ar <if «v;r IstA nn» thousand filn« fauna red end
•♦ren. PAT' 3. DOWJ>NET. Clerk of the Bunvicates'
Oeurt.
BOAI.D AVP ROOMS.
Clng'« Insertions 5 cents per line. f\w
fjaaa wards. »••■<■• times 11—ssi iilliejll. $1.
vrfcloH entitles adrertirer to have mini
»«t»rea for a period of fourteen days In
The Tribune's Directory of Desirable
Booms. Write for circular.
Full Isfcnnattoa rcn<-ernlng theae roocii
Cay be tad. free of charge, at the tl>tcwn
©fllce of Ttie New-York Tribune. 1364
Brosdwar. between 3<".th and S7th ets.
ftp HT.. 120 WJ>T— I'^autirul rooms, with
or without privai* ba*ti; ;,r.sw«i.'n Apr!J
3: ««i«ri'>r tat>ie; refercrces «vcn &nd ra-«
Quired.
•7TH ST.. Ml WEST.— CI»!S.n furnished
room*, exrell<-Rt boai-d; 4Vi up; iJt-nujn,
Spanish, fi-er.'-h «poken.
FIBMSBEU ROOMS TO LET.
Stag)* insertions ft r»i:ts per line. ■■-
(tea words, seven time* consecutively, $1.
which enUtles advertiser to have rooms
entered fer a periM of fourteen <:ays ia
The Tribunes Directory cf l**!rai>le
Tlottsa. Write for drcelar.
Full informs <-on«»rn'nir U>»e» rooms
•Mr be had. Tree of char**, et the Uptown
Cffloe ef The New-York- Tribune. 13M
I^roaan-ay, between SCth and 87th eta.
BOtTTIIERN FJtrosrrtE.— Furnished rooas
to let: private family; all improvements;
fsfei«nc«»: off Park aye., jn nineties. M.
L. , Tribune t-'ptown Oore. ISC4 Brnada-ay.
US EAST 12STIT ST.— l*rge furnished
rontr. «ult*ble for two j-uur.g wom*-n.
Catholics preferred; privily**.
11« TH BT.. 41» WEST.— Two elegant sunny
front rooms; Lich class; elevator, tele—
(tbon* 1 .. BuTM>riaien(!ent.
aM KAST «ir> ST.-Purntshed rooms; all
lßiprerennents; private r*ouee.
FCJ:xisiieX> r.OOMS: steam; private hall:
improvemerte. breskfas' . reference; R4«15
Itroadway <USlh st ); 3t7?h subway station.
V. K. F.
ADVwatTtSRMENTS and KUtccriptlons for
Tit* Tribute received at their I*i>fo*a.
O~s'-». No. 13«4 Broadway, I wren *r,th
•i:d (Tttt Me until 9 o'clock p. in. Adver
tie*menta received at tlie following branch
edi?c».et regiiar oSJre rates ur.til S o'clock
P Di.. V.7.: 'SA *>xM aye.. s. a. cor. : - 3d at.;
I£3 th «v« ■ cor- ltth rt.: »2 Ksf 14th at.:
TITSWRITRR*.
BiCMINOTON, l>«nsni<ire. Ua:nnion<], To^t.
1-Vsr.kifn or CriUag*; «*■■»■ »7.v>.^.-«:,
jrs4.il. *» • repsit-l:iK. tta>. ZtCS ltlaul*on as*.
TX'I*SVVJiITi:«*— AII raaiea add, rented
repaid*!. «v l>o «■•-.*•!; !» >f .sr»«- errvlce.
; c.!:.-i »p. 19 Nassau at. TelecOlsaw X74O—
CortUn<?L
CAsr-ovr «lothin<.
inor?i:3? MBC9 ae'.S for ladles'. g«rile
■ r.-.Tii't •- A rMlflrm • tilrrarjed <-lt,tblng.
Hue e\t-r :.::~: .::~ au'l t'.'r>: costumes, _■•■»■:.•. .
1-jl<--» tarnc . tun. etc. Mr. or M ■*. '•!
Nafta!. 7<i» Ci)i aye. Tel. «~0 — Uryau:.
AfyVKETOSKMENTS and auts-ri; for
Th» VrtlUß* rwtuii at their Vpiots
or.c»." X.-. 1364 nroai-.vajr. l.*t«.*n ef.th
•&d »;t>i ate., until t» o'clock m- >n. Adver*
'.:-'::.•-■:.;* r*«*t". M st the following !*-knrh
tflc»i at reg-nar <fi, « r»Us until « o'cloci j
p. m.. riz.'. IS* Btli a.*.. > •. <-or. 2M »♦.; (
353 *tfc avF.. our. :"'-u at.; 92 East 14th St.; I
:«7T*'«n •:: •!_»■. between :<•: an« fc'h area.:
TGI V>««t r-i'.'i «t.; 1?..',S Ad a\«., Ul.v.-.:i
Si MM ;.tn •:■.. I"JC Cd &ye..
vn'flli I Mill MliillliiiWrßlMMHisW
Wint
stew yon*.
noil 1
CRAMATAN
BBOVXVILI.K Wwl.he»lfr to.. XT.
16 milfs from N. Y. Opv »n the year. Bead for
booklet .' J. I.ANMN" CO. ITopi.
VIRGINIA.
Virginia Hot Springs.
2.500 i^-rr ELEVATION. OPKN" all THE year*
Water, Baths, Hotels. Scenery and Early Spring climate.
Nowhere Equalled.
Rheuma.tl*m. gout and nervous diseases cured; com
p>te hydrotherai>eut:e apparatus, Japanese palm room.
rnir miDiming pool, fine liver-.- and outdoor pastimes.
THE NEW HOMESTEAD is modern in th« strictest sense
ar.d patronised by the highest class; broker's office with
direct New York wires.
The Chesapeake and Ohio Railway
a'lows stopover at Covington. Va.. on through tickets to
Cincinnati, Louisville. Chicago. St. Louis and the West
for side trips to Virginia. Hot Spilnjjs.
Pullman compartment car. via Washington, leaves New
York at •*• H. M . arrives Springs, 5:23 A. M.. Eastern
time Excurslos tickets at <*. &O. omces. 362 Broadwa/,
243 rt h ava. and office Pennsylvania. It. K. and connect
ing lines.
DS FHi:n FTERRY, Manager. Hot Spring*, Va.
MASSACnrSETTS.
BERKSHIRE Hi 11..".
•COMFORT COTTAG E,"
BTOCKBRIDOB. MASS.
Open Entire Tear.
MRS. TTIIXIS.
City Hotel*.
HOTEL
GRENOBLE
56TH ST. AND 7TH AY.
A 6ELECT FAMILY AND TRANSIENT HOTEL
51. 50 ]>er day and up.
ROOMS WITH PRIVATE BATH.
vw "** 12.04 per day and up.
RESTAURANT A LA CARTE.
Open unlll 1-* P. M. Music.
WILLIAM P. CHASE.
HOTEL XYDirOTT
Is the most elegj- table i«iid homelike hotel
for que.t people In the City of New V irk Write for
I'.ar'U ;:le:».
Excursions.
A Special Party under fwort will leave New York
for a Splendid Tour to th»
GRAND CANON
of ARIZONA
YOSEMITE VALLEY
And the Finest Rrtorte of
CALIFORNIA
With oponrtunltles to return either via Salt Lake
City :<•■.'! I olorado. Alaska. The YelluwMnne Park, or
thn Canadian Kni-Lifk. Mop-.Hfr privilege*.
Pas^fiigTS wiio Ufsire can make th»- outward Jo'jr
r.ev with the party to arrive in California, with a rs!!
war ticket only returning by choice of routes.
Bend for our Special Grand ■ 1?,..-! Circular.
DELIGHTFUL EUROPEAN TOURS.
RaihTitr and Steamship Tickets to all points.
RAYMOND & WHITCOMB CO.
Tc) CHRO «lrnm<«rcy.
Now York: 23 Union Sq.
Plliladelpbia, Bocton. Pittsburgh. '"Ulcaro. etc.
EASTER,
XCURSIONS!
Special low rates. All expemex raid.
ATLANTIC < ITY. 3 days $10 2."
HOBTON and PLYMOUTH. 4 days 17.50
OLTi I'liIVT COMFORT. 4 days ". 23.5»
RICHMOND, LURAT, etc., 7 days „ f.O 00
BAVAXNAH. <;a.. day* . . 37:0
XT AUGUSTINE. FLA.. » days 47 M>
WASiIINGTOX. D. C. 3 days _ 12 00
Fr»« Des.-rtptlv* B~jk!et of
TKOS. T. HENDRICKSON'S TOURS.
MSFaUoa St., Brookl
Notice of Summon*.
/-■•ITY COCRT OK THB CITY OF NEW YORK.— THE
V> oillln rr'ntlnic Company, Plnlntlff. against Laura
Bigger Bennett, lierwiae known as In ira. B'.ggar De
fendtnt. Bumnoiu. To the above named •lefendanf
yn\; ir« hereby rummer.M to ' i: ""• the mpialnt in this
action, and to sine a coj'y of your answer on the
Plaintiff* ?.••:□•- within ■■•:. days af*»r the price of
th's BTjramons. exclusive of the day ef service and In
*»- ■■: roar faliure to appear, or »i««>r. j'llgment will
b<> tak"n sjralnst you by default for the relief demanded
In the ■ omplsint.
Hated. New York, De^emb-r l«h. ZV<%.
JULIAN '". ROBERTS. Plßlr.tifrs A«torr.«y, Postofflce
Ad-lrers a:vi Office, No. «"3 WaM Street, Borough of
Manhattan, city r-t N«sw York.
To Laura Mggar liennetr. oth»r<r!*e knerra as Laura
Biggar The fores&!i"-R turar.iom is strved upon you with
out tUe Btaie, pursuant »o an order of Hon. William H
Wadhamaj, Justice <-.f the <~ny fcuit of the r-]i,.. OS Yew
York, lated t'. 1 31st day of Jai vary, itOT, end flle'l wl'h
the <-.->ii.i!aint !n »ha oftice cf the Clerk of th* City Court
of th* City of New York. In the Brownstons Building
N^ '-:2 ."ranters Street, In the Borough of Manhattan.
City of New York, on the 2nd day tt February, lw>T.
Yours, etc..
HAN «J. ROBERT?. Attorney for Plaint Office and
V. O. alii'ssa. «3 Wall Street, Borough of Manhattan
< lt\- of Xew York.
I>ate<l New Ycrk, February 2:.d, '.iwyT.
< \KPET < I.KAMNO.
N.Y.Carpet Cleaning
OM»st. Lars»»t. Moat Modern.
*■-, ANT> 4r.9 WK.ST 4STH ST.
Tel. 4(*2-4«33 «r>ant- Established IBBT.
W. 11. JORDAN. EDWIN IJENTZ.
:,. & J. m WILLIAMS
858 W. BOTH ST. Tel. 3«g
CAitPET CLSAMIK3. established 187&
CA REFIT. CARPET CLEA?«INa CO.—
Cleans by compressed air. eteam. hanl
or on floor inSS Broadway. 4i!l Beat ts; a
at. CHE at BRANDT. Tel. ISS"Wth.
DESKS AND OFFICE FTUNITCRB.
ROLL TOP
OFKICB
FURNITURE I
In great variety
of style and
price
T. O.
SELLET7.
11l Fultoa St.
XaiPLOYMEyT AGENCIES.
MRS. L. SEELY
Employment Bureau,
23 West 39th St.
aWOOKUtIToiTriCB^^SvHW «T.
do c ISRLi il iTi^iUli/JiiixW t)
BMPLOTMRNT BUREAU,
211 Ks*t «^i «V-:'"lr»t class c:om«-stlfs are
supplied; also managing ):ousekeepers.
marrons. governesses, 1 jtors. etc.
FOR SALE.
l>i:siiS, rolltops; partitions, railings, ta
ble*, safes, '»■ sr i •■>»c«. counters, shelv
ing*. tv«_:i jr.irror ectnree; etor«s. offlces
fitted. 1-inn Bros., 28 32 • . -"-re st.
DUESSMAKINC »Nl> MIIXLVERV.
rract stjle
:.-.• Weat STili st.
DRIit'SMAKBH— By tb« <lay; will n)ake at
etiort nutic-u dnuy tailor si.ada towns.
f»n::y v.aUts and vvvnlng »funns; reference.
Addners Now MoJ«:», Tribune Uptown Of-
Cce. J»il .';r\»i'i\v.iy.
O. U. BRAND Un ejhibltlon 1 irll
and eutmr.er .I.e»-.», ready to take or
ders; laUlea' own material accepted irnid
•"*"'-* irl. «■».; abort notice. €5 \Vtat 44; 1 St.
OLD GOLD AXU 6IZ.TKIL
U'J.» GOI^U, aUver and ire I,.;;, stor.'t.
U<ugut •.: highest majhet \-a;ue; made
IBM sear aril' or exchange for new jew
elry cr Japanese co.. .s at M. T. Tepper*«
S«iW! , |14 y. c . t SUt «t.. basement.
BILLIARD AMU TOOL TABUCS.
MAKrrACTrr.ERW of billiard and poo!
:n*«; ! l;h «ta4e bevilttg alley build
«>i»; lo««ai trice* MARX BROS., 24
Uaios Squats.
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 13. 1907.
Resorts.
Hotel Dennis
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Occupies one-half square ot unobstructed beach front.
New fireproof addition of 100 rooms and baths with sea
and fresh water.
Most favorably located and beat appointed Hotel in
the North for winter business.
WALTER J. BCZBY.
CHALFONTIL
Atlantic City, N. J.
ON THt. BLACH. HRtPROOF
SEND FOR LITERATURE.
THL LEXDS COMPANY
THE SHELBIRNE
of ATLANTIC CITY.
under the same management, has been Inaugurated
as- r strictly modern EUROPEAN HOTEL.
BPACIOT'B FRENCH CSRII.I-. WHITE SERVICE,
COMMODIOUS ROOMS. EN SUITE WITH BATHS,
add to the .harm of the extensive Improvements, mak
ing this celebrated place doubly attractive and com.
fortable to Its patrons.
JACOB WEIKEU Manager.
HOTEL THAYMORE
ON THE OCEAN FROXT.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
A tr.asriiflpft.t fen-story nr«»-proof addition has h-en
added, making this famous hosN-lry tha newest ad moat
up-to-date of li'H' l i Front Hotel*. Bedrooma avrraxing
VJ feet square, and every room with an ocean view. b^th
attached, »»a and fre»h water. Telephones ar.d Cheval
glass. Music, spacious solarium. Go!f pr! alleges. Write
tor Illustrated Booklet.
• 'has. O. Maxquette. TRATMORE HOTEL CO .
Manager. D S. WHITE. President.
HADDON HALL
ATLANTIC CITY, V J
Always open. On Ocean Front.
Courteous attention. Tl -., tellke s ;rs undlage,
Bvvrv iv>T!if.rt.
Book.at and calendar .>n applScatieaj
LEEDS &. LIPI'INCOTT.
HOTEL RUDOLF,
Atlantic Cm. new jersey.
Directly en Bcash; Am»rir-(>.n and European r'sns; 400
ocean view rooms; 100 suttee, with private sea water
baths: phones In rooms; or< hestra. weekly social featurx;
capacity 1,000; »i;«clai spring rates.
CHA3. R MTERB, Own«r.
SEASIDE HOUSE.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Directly on the oc«n front, rrrsrinoalag th» ««te»l Pier
Unexcelled ana modern In •very particular. I'apaclty 300.
tea water baths with suites or put.Ll . Uteam heated sun
parlor*. The table and Mrvlce are of the highest
standard. Auto at trains. Booklet.
F. P. cook * FUN.
THE WILTSHIRE
ATLANTIC CITY. N. ■ -
I American snd European : ana Cafe and 1 .-:• I
Open all the year. v, rite f-r Terms and HookleU I
h. h. rnorniH. j
THE PENNHURST
Ocean end Michigan Aye., Atlantic City, N. J. Looms en
suite, with baths: lung dlttance 't'iionM in rooms! ele
vator to street. Ppec!al Bering nit»«. \VM R. IJOOD.
THE CLARENDON,
Virginia aye. A Uta.-h. AUantie City. N J. M. D. Nlemsn.
THE LAKEWOOD HOTEL
LAKEWOOO, N. J.
11 The hotel that nidi Lakewood famous."
Four hundred handsomely ftirn:F:-.»» rooSM one-half
en suite, with private baths and <i>en wood fire*.
The cuii-lro and service equal those cf th« fsmous
restaurants of New York and Pails. A hotel for
those accustomed to th« beet. American and Euro
pean plan*.
TO LAKETITOOD BY AUTOMOBILE.
Bp!«ndld roads «ad the Lakawood Hotel palm Room
st the end. The trip may be made from New York
«a»lly in three and a hajf hours. Write Tor road
map, free.
CARL BERGER.
■ELF ACTED.
Mala
ANT IKTKLUQSNT person may earn $70
, to |100 monthly '-orresp.-.ndlng for newa
psrers; sure, steady work; no canvassing;
experU unnecersary; »en.i for particu
lars. Press Byndtcata, Lockport, N. T.
UEK. Ugkl work and little money take
I t'. Kurt^te; return transportation ;
dnilv sklliiicH. Bostou Shipping Co., It)
k st.
YrA-JTET>. — Agents to sell stock and poul
try food; writ* for particulars; men with
rt«» preferred. B. H. Hcmlltoa & Co., Mr
minghan
Female.
ANT rNTBtUtOENT person may esm $75
to $li«i monthly ecrrespondlng for aawa
paiiers; sure!, steady work: no canvassing;
eK|>ertence unn^rmesry; send for particu
lars. Press Eyndlcate, lyx-kport, N. Y.
COOK and LAtrXDREM*; also chatn'.ennald
and wftltresn; together. Apply Sunday
airl Monday, from 4 to S. Mrs. Hanson,
The Govern. 17i» West 73d St.
DRESSMAKERS! ~~"
Good walrt La id« and aprirentlcea. 248
4th a\e., house I*ll.
WANTED— A esjapatant young Swedish
laundress. Apply at ■• East 74th st. on
Wednesday and Thursday, between 10 and
I*-' a. 11. City references required.
PROF. SITUATIONS W4MHU.
Female.
MIDDLE AGED, refined North German
lady, with flueM French and Engllsk. Is
anxious to find rwmnanent position with
eiiliar elderly Invalid lady or gentleman, as
companion and housr keeper; or as governest
in family with children; has the very best
references' as k. character end reliability;
oj.»-ti for position first week In May. Ad
<lte>s K. W.. Box 40. Tribune OfTirk,
WOHK WANTED.
AMBRtCAK; \oung, good all around; r.rst
•jias» rl(H>r!ayer; would i-ref»r to rt-serve
nigfats for studies, reasnnabto If steady.
• hrlstlanaaa. c*;» of Zenuegv, at East
liOth sC
UWALJLIZI'EII. — Hotel or downtown cafd;
gowd reference. Ilyrnea, 270 Ist aye.
BOY. 17. willing, industrious, in law of
fice: little experience; time to study; fur
nish best references; salary *.'•; advance
ment. I^vensuhl, 137 Glenmore aye.
Brooklyn.
BOT. is. wishes to learn a trale. 'William
Mrrfani— . 170 Ist aye. \ ~_
BOY. 17. with talent for drawing, with
art!<: or Illustrator. V. Mang, il'2 East
«'>Ui st. -" -.■•••■-
BOY. 17. with li years' experience in e]*e
trlcal shep. wants steady position. Chaa.
A'idniann, SSI Grove St.. Brooklyn.
BUSINESS MAN. speaking English and
German, to take charge of marble and
granite works; can estimate, take care of
drawings, etc. J. J. L. 11*6 Albany ere ,
Brooklyn.
Winter Resorts.
NEW JERSEY.
ALWAYS OPLN.
WOIIK WANTED.
Male.
COMPANION or TTTOR t» boys going
abroad during summer months, by college
man; references. Address Vale. Trit-^ie
Or.lre.
DOY. IS, public Bihool graduate. In offlca.
Btanschlk. »'••; Sutton St.
(H'STOM CUTTER and practical tailor;
iiku.y yours' experience; accustomed to
fine tailoring: able to manage buslnsee; tip
to dat»i system. "MuUer, 4<>\ W*-t 14i»tn st.
CUSTOM GUTTER Ml around genti gar-
Bant cutter: [rßctlcal tailor. gruduat.< . f
first .-!a«H rutting school; <ity or country.
lmiuir* A. Hyatt, 7>-o Jth aye., car« I-in
katotein.
CORRESPONDENT.— Man. SO. looking
after correspondence, suppllea, tracing
shipments; a hustler; with references. Little,
203 Lexington aye.
CABINETMAKER. — Flret rim French
polisher: shop or private. John iiteljln,
IB2S 2-1 aye.. corner 71>th si., care of New
man.
CHAUFFEUR. —By good mechanic; six
years' experience; three as himiuikt of
»;ar.i£->; can drive any car; total ahnialner;
references. T. M. M . 171 Harrison st..
rasyalc, N. J.
CHAUFFEI It. — v. man, :>7. of good
habits; wlih private family; city or
country; shop aaperlence; reference
C. H. Elison. «iIS l.exiiiKi-Mi ovc.
CHAUFFEITR, years; can no all s«psirs:
experienced roadman; beat references.
: . ari Hesselbach, 245 Scholea
■: . Brooklyn.
(.■HAiiJi.i .; riret elaai Mference; first
■ :.>••* <lii\er; uinlcrstatidw »er*lrltiir ina
chines; city or country. - r. A., Tribune Vp
town Office. U64 i:i"..:w.i ,
CIIAITFBUH.— Indian; .artful driver; do«-s
own repairing; best references; Columbia
or Winton '-jus preferred. Address J. W.
Diamond, 839 W<->-t 3Stb it. »
CHAUFFEUR.— Foreign. is>; honest; pH
vate family; uooci city reference; drive
any par; special for 1-iat car; moderate
•salary. Address V. I^oinbardy. SHU liist
:4t:; at.
CHAUPPBUR.— < > 0!.,.-e.i. In private family ;
thorough machinist; does all repairing on
gasolene cars. Address Whiting, ;:i Mount
Mr iris aye.
CHAI FFKI It. rsr<-ful and steady driver;
dotii own repairing; three years' civtirl
»-nce J. Kriiiln-. 1368 Avenae A
CUTTER.— •imt.ni. , two years' experience
and diploma; Mit>h«l| cuttli.R school Ur«t
clans bttabebnan. Joseph Juriir!. w 15u Kast
DAY WATCHMAN or oilier light work, by
broatwortay mm, 85. Krugar. a 34 Kast
DRAUaUTHMAK— to check
114; and computing on ma. -hire and steel
framing construotlon. N. E. T. 8S» West
liiih st.
ELE\-AT<>K MAN*. Witt tixo vea, a - sspert
ence. Bam Harris. liuvard st.
EL.E<rrRICIAN. 82: married; 8 years' ex
perience; installation, motors, arc and In
csr,dei>ient liirhtlng, enerßetio worker. Stew
art, care Huffman, 310 East 86th st.
KIR«CMAN.— Sober, reliable; evcelKnt ret
areccea. «C«A Uerldmei- at., Brooklyn,
WORK WANTED.
Ual»
ENGINEER. Al. as chief: guarantees a
saving c: -jr> per cent In running expenses
c>r any plant; as..-, 40. American. G. W. L.
66 W. leflth st.
GROCERY CLERK.— By y*«*«« JV" n - - ! ;
hc-t references. J. Lconey. 30a eßt
eTth st.
XNVEfiTITTATOR— Criminal and civil; best
references; ten years' .-»rperl*nce. John
A. Uarlwein. 83 ad St.. Lon K Island City.
ONAGER of gentleman's or <s:l> a forest
lode-, by experienced farester; can put
■ny forest preserve on paying basis; under
stands laying out parks a»S landscape work:
lined to directing mil on !*rg« estates; first
class references. Si. T. Frlsble. Conswango
Valley. N. V.
MILLWRIGHT; joiner, first class all
around man: used to machine shop or
mill work of any class. A. Schll*. 100 »-d
sO, Brooklyn.
MAIL CARRIER or mail eleik. experienced.
with rood house; ltuest Ot references;
steady. 3. Schaeffer. 886 Brook aye.. Bronx.
OFFICE ASSISTANT, bill an.l entry clerk.
by young man. with reference. Frank
Blefert. i! 4 Uogart it., Brooklyn.
OFFI'-'E wnilK. ■ By young G«rmin;
pj.'ftks little English. Th. Arnold, rare
Boucheaux. 210 East -Ith st.
PLUMBER "Junior) ,;ood Jobber. Giward
Conway. 244'J Kth avo.
PAINTER, PAVER RANGER and VAR
NISHER -Day or job. U<r landlords or
others; prices low. Hum, X' 2*W nth st.
TAINTKR, PAPEKHAXIiKR- Landlords,
estates; city .>r coon try; day or contract.
Hetirens. 212U JW aye.
PRIVATB SECRETARY. — By experienced
court reporter an.l law stenographer, as
private secretary: very best of references as
to ability and Integrity: salary. fS< J.'tn per
•week. Address I*. £>.. Box 30. Tribune Otnce.
SPANISH PIANO PROFESSOR, graduated
from tho best schools of Spain, wishes to
have few more pupil.*. IB Urooklyn or New
York; my Spanish method la cany an.l rery
rapid for l.egiriners. lessons to b« given at
re«idence or at my studio. Luis Caro, lU
East 120tli st.
SEWING MACHINIST as assistant to fore
man in a large r'atit; experienced ct» \V.
«- Q. ov(..rlui'lc chain stitch. W. * \\ . hem
stitch B. 9.. 431" Chauncey »t.. Brooklyn.
SALESMAN wants a line of fin* skirts
west of Chicago on commission basis; has
pood established trade and host of N»w
York referciictJ. Salesman. Hox. 3t>. Trib
une Office.
SALESMAN By young man. as exp»
rlenced flower and feather saleiman. Sam
Forklah, 217 7th St.
SALESMAN, — By young man. 22. with
ko<xl firm; looking forth for a. good
future; fro*! office man: salesman of «-i
ecutivs ability. U. LanUersman. 117 ElUry
st.. Brooklyn.
BTENOORAPHER. quick, acurate Oli
ver typist, wants work <~oi;pl« of hours
for few evenings or every evening in
week; excellent references. John Still 'ey.
227 East 41'tl. St.
TEACHER, experience,! (German), wants
for July and August v posltlnn In the
country, to teach Gem and Vrrncfc. In
return fcr >>oar«l; inferences exr hanged.
Andreas '» T.. Boa X>. Tribune Office.
WATCHMAN By middle aged man; night
or day; Al references. 31i> Weal 29th st.
YOUNO MAN. "''■; from 9 a m to S p.
m.; clerical experiunoe. Gaffney. 343
West SBth st.
YOI.'NO MAN. hlr!i school grailuate. time
•Kcupled In the nuniltig. work of any
kind from 1 p. m. ; good references. }*■;'.*
-•■ ci £04 Delancey it.
YOI*XO MAN. 23, ng. at a:'-'-
Var-
TOL'XO MAN. 21, reliable, willing, at apy
'. '.iir
hUo' required n Frt
yc.rNv; MAN*. 22. reliable, faithful, hor.
est, would l'.ko to travel or work at any
thlrg. <;harl»-« Prank. 130 liruom* st.
TOUNO MAN. attending trade senool.
rk at anytl g, evenii «< I*
irdayi
Brs • -* West i^.t st.
TOl'N r all Ii
•■•tit in
a.T<- W. r rhlemieh. M

TOUNO MAN. co:f>re..l, .1 port-r or work
of any r.aturp. <*all rr *:-»» Irvine
Allmond, 115 E.ist 34th St.
TOUNO MAN. S3. desires r°»ltlon at uny
thtng; exr?rt»"<"*d l " carr«t and linoleum
!■:•!::.■•«. l*»'. rff«r»r.ces. HL Plunkett. ?40
East »th St.
YOI'NO MAN, 24. having been In bt:s!n»ps
for hlm»eif. desires position In office: r.^t
afrnil of l;»rd work. P. P.. IS Little West
121 h st.
■ ; MAN, -.'*. at ar.ythlrg ! -»••
»• tcr. ( 1 ref»rer . -«s. J Miller, «M 2
Female.
'ANTOX, Ac By - -* lad] . 3* as
■iatant to tia'.nr : nurse; sxperlei ed; a '
ri«f«ren.'«f. Address Xlrj. Ki»p». 7.7 Kntclt
r h ' Brooklyn
rTAK&R '.:>. day r :rK»-r'- -
»• a Idrtss Re
i!n( Is, 21 Blblfl H we
OOVI : and
English; elementary rouslo nn.l languages;
$4.. vi Hure»u. X, West .''■
"Phon* V'-C S"th.
GlifU colorad, In dressmaking depart
willing and obliging. W. Johnson, 234
■West «.t.. St.
SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR.— By young
lady: two year* 1 experience In central of
fice. E. Smith. 414 7th are . Brooklyn.
TEUnP!IO\'B OPERATOR, jrottßg lady, 20,
In office or h^tel; experienced. Gayr.or.
2oift Lexington aye.
YOCNCJ WOMAN. n*i»t. Wishes «.>Aa pay-
Ing employment; store or private, Mrs.
Bewerk, 220 Bast *2d *'
UOMESTIC SITI ATIONS WANTED.
Mai*.
ATTENDAr^T, companion to an Invalid 1
exjjerlfi. •••d. educated, gentlemanly. «>;
rintoi: New York re'ireuces.
'■i-aliBM. 0l» I.exlnpton uve.
ASSISTANT BUTLER or Me nd man; $3.'.;
good references; clean, honest, willing,
sober. J.. HofraayetTa Bureau, 153 \'» tat
23d st. Tele; : I■• 18B4— Chelsea.
BUTLEB Irish: Brat class city refers
enow;", 8"<"l appearance; J6t>. Wlnthj'op
Bureau. •"..". West BSth -' 'PU"ne 1092— 3.stU.
BUTLER, t.v competent colored man; 1 ri -
vate family Qlles, JOT West <tl»t ."t.
BUTLER <'i."X Bcaadlaavlan
man butl<r. wife . —in. with bach.'inr or
widower; references Address s. (.*., Boa
115. Tribune LTptowa t>m.«.. i:i(V4 n«ay
BUTLER, first .-la«s. with best of refer
ences; .lean nn>l capable; |i'>: under
»;afld!< his business I ■'all Swed
ish Exchange, MM M aye M or Tel 4M MUt,
satisfaction
guaranteed. C. & Mitchell, Bl 1: -'Mh s'
1 i!i:r tailored; dinner order cook; board-
Ing bouse: good on not breads: referencea,
Joseph Davis, care Banks, 3M Weal ttd al .
:s tiiijiit::, east, rear.
COUPLE, Woman tlrst cook, man laundry
or butler; can accomplish tuir- work: »>«-st
reference. Miss Bhea's Doreau. 8 Kast 1:1
CARHTTAKER in day nursery or institu
tion, by young woman, with much ex
iMi. :.•■. best of referencea, Ad<lre*s Ite
iiabie. 21 litblA House.
CARF.TAKER. — My respectable married
eoople, take care of private house; rafer
en™ given. Mrs. 11. M.. Room 28, -02 East
114 th st.
CARETAKER-— By reliable Rngtlsh couple,
in private hx>ui>« or building; best city
references, .!. White, 107 Knst S4th St.
COURIER. VALET and MASSEUR.—Sin
gIe frenchman; good appi-aranre; lust re
turnid from Europe ana Houtli America
with gentleman; speaks several languages;
first class city i.M I personal references.
Itene. LOO West 3Tlh St.
COOK. — Good all-rniin<l dinner preferred;
rcllallrt mlddle-aKeil: single: line. !ab;
Obliging; lak« charge kitchen; city or
country; moderate v.-agea. Meyer, 671
feast liSth at., Bronx.
COACHMAN. Experienced; wtllii
obliging; in lit ivatt- family; city «.r
try; best referen et Coachcnan, .are i'Uve,
lTft.West *«lst at.
COACHMAN, single; Bcotcb; ttnderstanda
homes, carriages; careful driver; can care
Bn.aii garden If required, furnace; generally
useful, city reference. Address Thomas.
Box ti. Tribune Ofße*.
COACHMAN and OAUDENER. —- single
nan . thoroughly understands his duties:
middle aged; strictly uobtr; wages S3O; beat
reference, written and personal. J 8..
Tribune Uptown Office. 13tM Broadway.
COACHMAN, medium sized; 82; appearance
smart; thoroughly competent; temperate.
respectful, obliKintf family servant; fur
naces; private: city, country: finest recom
mendations; expectation* moderate. A. B.
C. Box 23, Tribune Uptown Office. 1364
Broadway.
COACHMAN.— Married; one child; highest
personal references; thoroughly experi
enced; careful driver and good rider; will
ing and obliging; country preferred. Ad
dreu X- U., car* ex J. 8.. UO Grand M.
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTS!).
Male.
COACHMAN — Single-; highU- rerommeiuled ;
thorough!* reliable In every respect; New
York and Newport references. John. Box
411. Tribune Uptown Office, 1394 Broadway.
COACHMAN.— Gentleman giving- up horses
d«slre« to find position for hi* coachman,
who has been with him for the last four
><>ars and can recommend him personally.^
every particular; married, no children; cRy
or country. ACJr?ss A. C. X.. 238 Welt
lOSth st.
COACHMAN.— By very neat. tidy, smooth
faced Swede; speaks' good English; very
careful and reliable; will t>» u*erul any
thing needed; reference the best. Charles.
«t Carpenters Bureau. IS4 6th aye.
COACHMAN*. — Single; willing and obliging;
thoroughly experienced; cara horses, car
riage, etc.; six years* very best city refer
ences; last employer can be seen. Louis,
653 Cth aye.
FARMER or GARDENER.- Swiss; thor
oughly experienced In .care if private
place; reference from last employer. John
Fosler. 12 Franklin aye.. Mount Vernon.
N. y.
FARMESR (Working Foreman).— By O'er
man; marriecJ. three children; best refer
ences; long experience In all branches
farming, machinery , etc.; wife board help,
poultry, etc. John, at Carpenter's Bureau.
154 «Sth ay...
— Foreman; American: married,
» one grown daughter; good worker: sen«d
year at the business; experienced all work:
horses, cattle and pigs: all stock, machin
ery; excellent herdsman: used to boarding
and handling help: successful with poultry;
strictly sober: best reference; now ready.
C, at Carpenter's Bureau. 154 6th aye.
OARCEXER.-Bjr German; "ingle; gr.od on
vegetables, six years' experience In this
country; understands care, of horses, cow 3.
poultry, farming; can give references. Box
70. Flushing.
OARDGNRR aiead).— Married. 48; thr
oughly experienced In all branches green
house and landscape work; eighteen rears
last two places; best references. Uaxilen»r.
care of janitor. 432 East 14th st.
OARDKNER.— SingIe; long experience un
der glaa* ar.'l uutdcior; flowers, fruit.
\egetabl«!!<. etc.: care of gentleman's place:
willing an.l obliging; personal references.
Gardener. Tribune Uptown Office. UM
Broadway.
GARDENER (Head).— By Oerman; single;
good greenhouse and outdoor man; gentle
man's first crass plac«; »-st references from
leading estates. Gardener. 114 Kast loth st.
QARDENER — By superintendent: thor
oughly experienced In management of
country estate: greenhouses, landscape and
construction work, succession of vegetable*
ami rotation of crops on farm, etc; good
manager of help; first class references;
state particulars. W. Nye. care of Ales
McConnetl, 371 sth aye.
UAllDENliit.— Good vegetable grower; quite
a florist;. small greenhouse and the like;
strictly sober, tun milk. F., at. 1 •s.rptnter's
lim-eau. 134 6th aye.
GARDENER. — By Oerman. inarri»d; two
small children; fine vegetable grower,
hothouse, g'ass framer, fruits, flcwer.".
lawn an! gensral work; wants cottage well
recommenaeil. Walter, at carpenter's Bu
reau. 184 atb aye.
GARDENER. — English.; married, no fam
ily; understands his calling thoroughly;
Oi,e.i f ;■ »'iiKUgrrn»rt . expectation modtfntte.
Arthur, care a! Elliott A. Sons, 201 Ful
ton st.
GARDENER.— Scotch: married: two chll
ilren ••r»ant with landscaping and
the .-« of private grounds; will t>^ ns-;.
gu«ej by the IMb. Mac. care cf Elllcrt A
ton*. 201 Fulton «t.
GAIIDKNER — COOK -By •■•:p!e; man
handy with tools, gardener, farmer; wife
• '. cook; underetai Is about all kinds of
$73 by month, ii v.. 74T
Lexington ayr
GARDENER. — Competes: m management
l,'»ntle:na.i's country estate: landscape,
c instruction, planting, general develop
ment work; keeps Itemized account all
receipts an.l disbursements: expert flor
in, fruit and vegetable rrowcr; would
ertnecs; no family; 4.1 years; reliable,
energetic. B. E. Y. 477 Fourth aye.
OARDENEII (HEAD) — Practical man;
tmrrled. no children; g'j.l references.
Box 57. Southampton. I.cr.g Island.
JANITOR 1 Italian; understands steam, hot
water: willing tf> work on Sunday: test
references. C Maseimlnr 13 Howard st.
JANITOR. By man an.l wife; uaderstaada
steam heat, hot water and all repairing;
r?f»ren'"« furnished for a first class house.
Btary, MM M aye. .
MAN and WIFK. In private family: .-!:>• or
country; good references. 8. K. it.. 114
7th aye
USEFUL MAN- middle ege,l man;
competent In ger.ei-al -are of small pr'.
vato country pi a • house, stable, g-trden:
hanJy with tools etc; references. W. T..
173 4th St.. jer»ey City.
VALBQ g Jai>anes«L Kawa. 3^l
aye.
VALET or ATTSKDANT to '. raM or
'lderlT ■f>m!aman. ran atve massage and
»have, f.mt class testl:nncla!s; special r».' •
*T?n;.e for massage. Fltzs«ia! !. iv> Kast
.*;• . "•
VALET.— EEyer-enc.i nr. I rmr.;st; rsfci
etsces. Theodore Aver: «J73 3J aye.
VALET. — Attendant to an invalid; expe
rienced, educated, gentlemanly: accus
tomed to travel; New Tork refereuces.
Graham. C'J Lexington aye.
P«nsai».
ATTENDANT or MAlD.— Capable Swedish
woman gl\e.t f». :.i( ar.d '■■• ■■•!•■' r-ias».iß«.
set traat tent, alt klais of bath* good
packer, seamstress; will visit la lies br
hour: 7 ) ears' referer.ca. A. *>. Q. ?■!!»<*
FtUOerald*! Bureau, SU3 6th aye.
i OOK Experienced in service of European
noblilty and American society pe^iple;
thuroughly profl.-lfr.t In French arA Am«r!
c.iri m«t!icit«; »i>licl!9 only first cLass offers;
|(i 5. A , Cox S'J, Tribune Office.
1 ."'K first aril eeconJ. In public place: fine
reference; country preferr«"i. HUN Phi-a's
Bureau. I i...-- 4--1 st.
COOK, I«AVNDRESa.— N^rth of Ireland;
Protestant; con:r>ot*rit; small family; ref
erence. 222 West 161 ct.
COOK, competent, In (mill family; 1.0 sep
arate me&lM or washing: excellent refer
ence; r.f> cards. 21» East 4Mh st.
By Uermnn woman, with I.">->ear
old slrl TJS East 06th st.. car« Siegfried.
tWu I'.lgttß.
COOK Small family in 1 i-u-ir ctty; a#
slst laur.Jry; thr.i* -\»ars In !n«t
C, Hefmayer's Bureau, ift3 West S3d st.
Tel iv« 4 .Tielsea.
i>«'K Exeeiient references; small family
¥£< Miss Cttrry'a Hurra u. ii \V. 41M M
COOK and LAVNORESSI ai»>» chamher
matd and waitress; ulst.rj; liuland girls;
in small American family; goo.l reference.
Jiustln. 11ur«au. «80 Lexlngtoa aye.
COOIC .-n.l general houaeworkrr; two young,
competent Scandinavian girls; best refer—
enrrs; mnall hot*! or private family M..
Uottschall's Employment Bureau. I""* At
lantlQ aye.. Brooklyn Tel 114*5 Main.
COOK*. $30. 13.-.. Nt» German. Finland.
Swedish glrU. Walfrld Bloom's Bureau^
7-17 Lexington ay«.. near nioomlns'lale
COOK.— First class; Swedlaa; cook dinners
or luncheons, $2; cooking by th« day. $2.
Address X. V 7... 153 »it>, „..,■
COOK, first class; neat and tlJv; r-ietlsh.
hT.in.-!i and American --(".k'. ; beat ■•{
references; wases. J3O. Flaherty's Bureau.
455 Columbus aye.. Tel. 741 River.
COOK.— German; capable of taking charge
cf large household, first class city refer
ences; $50. • Wiiiihrop Bureau. «>5 West
3Ktl, st. Tel. IMS lath.
COOK.' En»li^!i FrotastaM: tir»t c,*>s in
nil branckjet <f plain sn.i fancy cooking;
«o.Kt relerencee; etty or country. Mrs.
Colliers Agency, TJJ West 23d «t.
COOK, asylst laundress; exo'llent family
cook; good baker: beat o f referencea: city
or eoantry. M. c. ills. Collier's Aaenc>.
122 West st.
COOK.— A first class SwcJleh girl] very
best of references; understands her busi
ness thoroughly. Call Bwedtah Kxcbai'.ae.
6i»4 Sd aye.. n. SOth, or tel. 4S&— 3Sth
COOK.—Fuai leaced; Qsjeiilsli. iwst refer
en.. ■»; private family enly: «,<c. t.> $40;
city or country, call Bw«Jlsh Kxdianga.
594 3d nvo . or Tel. 4hC — SBth.
COLOKKD WOMAN, day's work or general;
reference. W. Brown. 233 West «lst st. '
COLOBJU) WOMAN, few houi-s' work J^lly.
bachelor or ladi** 1 apartment*; cefsr
•bcaV Magruder. 454 West 3Ctn st.
CUAMBSRMAID and AVAITP.ES3 —By
young Swede-; small family; ctty or cotin-
<il AM —Nine T— in* rsference:
re:u."=nw«t4Ai t curry> * bu:
CHAUBEIIM AID— Young American artrl;
neat. willing and obliging; £*? C *L,;
references. Adrefs A. b. 8.. Box 20. Trib-
CHAMBEIRiLVIUs! WAI —Neat
Irish girls; experienced: also cooks- city
Wilkea Bureau. «57 30. »ye..
CHAMBERMAID.— Swedish. .at and re
fined; two years' references; city or
W.s1 ry A .t * " Mr ' Coi:ter ' B A «™ c *. 123
Irian air;; beat references: accustomed to
tool iamlUes. OUI Swedish Exchange! Cs*
84 ays.. n»i- B»ib .- or rel. *&;— zhk
OCEAN STEAMERS.
RNLtTH ®Eljj!flAG9 ULOTD.
Fast Express Service. •
PLYMOUTH— CHERBOURO—
Kronprlnz, Mar 1 PM K.Wm. ll.Jur.e 11
Kaiser... .Apr. 2. AM Kronprlnz. June 1*
K. W'm. 11. Apr. 9. 1 PM I Kaiser July '-I
Kronprlnz. Apr- 23. noon K. Wm. ll. July 0
Kaiser .. May 7. 10 AM| Krooprlns.July 1»»
U.May 14.7:.!» AM Kaiser July >
Kronprinz,May2l. lOAMI K. Win. II Aug. «
Kaiser Juno 4| Kronprinz.Aug. 13
Twin-Screw Passenger Service.
BREMEN DIRECT, AT 10 A. M.
Brp.r..!en^urs..Mar MlCbemDlti May -
Chen-.r.ltz Mar. lt>| Darmstadt..... May 4
Cassrl Mar. '» •KnrtnerM May 9
Parm9tadt...Mar. Sl>! Main May I' 1
•Kurfuerst...Apr. 4!»Frie<lrich . May 18
Main Apr. 11!»P. Alice May 23
Oneisenau Apr. Mt9eydllts May 25
ul.l»nburg . . Apr. 27 1 • Bremen May -3
•Plymouth an.l Cherboure.
• Mediterranean Service.
-NAPI.I ■> GENOA. AT It AM
•Neckar Mar. V.jK. Albert M.i ' II
K. Lulse Mar. a^iP Irene June 1
K. Albert Apr. «| •Xeckar Tuna S
rtledrk-h Apr. 13 K. Lolas Jun« 15
P. Irene Apr. -' K. Albert June CO
•Neokar Apr. 27; P. Irene ..July 13
B&rbarosS4...Muy 4|»N"erkar !uly 20
K. Luise May 11, K. LulM July 27
•Omits Genca.
From Bremen Piers. 3d & 4th Sts.. Hobo'<?n.
NORTH GERMAN LLOYD TRAVELLEItS*
CHECKS GOOD ALL THE WORLD.
OKLRICH3 * CO.. No. 5 Broadway. N. Y.
Louis H. Meyer. 1016 V.'alnut St.. t*aUa.
HANBUP.fi-A?!3?.ICAK LINE.
Special Passenger Service.
PLYMOLTH— CHERWU'RC — HAMBUP.O.
•8. S. DELTPfitLAND
SAILS MARCH 10TH. 7 A. M.
Superior accommodations at attractive rstee.
•Deutschland.Mar. lß'Kalscrln . Apr. M
JJ+Amerlka. .Mar. 21|Amerika Apr. 23
•JBtL-fcher. ..Apr. 11 Deutschlan«l. . . Apr. 30
•Grill Room. t<Jynir.aeiutn. "Palm Gar
den. fßlta-Carlton Restaurant, Electric
Baths.
Twin Screw Passenser Service.
PLYMOUTH-"CHEKHO[:RG— HAMUI'SG.
Pretoria Mar. l7|Wal<iersee Apr. (t
Patricia Mar. 1:3, *Batavla Apr. 13
Pennsylvania. Mar. 30, Pretoria Apr. 27
•Hamburg direct.
. Mediterranean Service.
TO GIBRALTAR— NAPLES—
tllamburg Mar. ::•>. May T. June 11
t'Moltke Apr. 23, May -«. July 2
•Has Grill Room. tßaa Gymnasium.
TOURIST BL'RHAf.
It. R. Tickets, hotel accommodation* and
general Information about foreign travel.
Travellers* checks booil ail ever the WOIiO.
OFFICE. S7 BROADWAY. N. T.
'Phor.o 1(K)»> Rector. Vters. ir.>hok*r».
AMERICAN LINE g&&^?^ R r :
PLTMOCTH— CIIEnQ'G— SOUTHAMPTON
NEW YORK. . .Mar. ltS. Ayr. 13, May ll.Jur.e 9
ST LOUIS Mir 2!. Apr '-•t>. May ls.juno IS
PMILADELFHIA..Mar. 30 Api 27. May 33
CKLTIO (W.i) l^ •:.». Apr. U. noon: May 4
RED STAR LINE £! " ! r? c
NEV." YORK— DO\TR— ANTWEPwP.
f.VUERLAND.Ma:-.1>;.7 A.M. A May 11
FINLAND Mar. 23. noon; Apr. -••' May IS
ZE£LA2a>..Mar 2" »:9>A.M ; Apr.27.May •.'.'.
KROONLAND. . .Ayr. «5. noon; May 4. June]
WHITE STA£ LINS iJ v - ««
NEW YORK— CJ'NSTOWN — UVET.Po'or*
BALTIC Mar 13. S A.M.; Apr 10 May 8
MAJESTIC.Mar. a>, l»A-M.;Apr 17. May 15
t:EDP.IC.Mar.22. 11:30 A.M.; Apr 10. May IT
OCQ<VNIC...Mar. 27. 4 P.M.; Apr. 21 3 P.M.
TECTONIC.Apr. 3. 10 A.M.; May 1. 1* A.M.
PLYMOCTII-Ci;ER'O-SOuTHAMPT'N.
CELTIC Apr. «. noon ; May 4
tAURIATTC May '2£ Jun«» lit
TEUTONIC. ... May 2a. Jun« 2>i
OCEANIC June 5. July 3 j
; MAJESTIC June .- July 10
■tNcw.-. 25.«*> tana; has- Klevator.
■ Gymnasium, Turkish Baths and Eard. |
rTIJs .MEDITBRRANEAN J^.
FROM NE ■ YORK—
CRBTIC. Mar. 2>>. noon; May &, June 20
REPUBLIC Apr. 20. 10 A. M.
J'ROM BOSTON —
REPIT.LTC.Mar. 19, nn: ROMANIC. Apr.27*
CANOPIC Apr. 10 S:3O A. St: May IS I
PAPdENGER OFI 'P. !» RiIOADWAY. .
Freight OfSce. Wnttaball B1J?.. tattery P.. i
All Year Round Cruises
BETWEEN
NeT?" York ana New Crlesns
sumi:
PASSENUER STEAMSHIPS.
Weekly service from each port.
COM7OKT— <J.\FETY.
Connecting at NEW ORLEANS with Rail
Lines for All Feints la
LOVT3IANA. TEXAS. NEW AND OLD
MEXICO. APJZONA. CALIFORNIA.
INQUIRE.. 549 OR 1 BROADWAY.
Fcd'q 6 LPcDtrQ© lEßobcid
Stsa«»hlps of tho RED ' TV LINK will
sail '■ ■■-■ nut 11. n^ar Wail ft. Tevry.
llrooki-T*. for San Juan d.re-?.. as follow*:
S. S. PHILADELPHIA. Sat.. March IS, r.o^n
S. 6. CARACAS Sat.. March 3>>. noca
F"or freight cr Fassag* .< , „. to
BOrLTON. BLISS * DALI.ETT.
Oeneral Jlanas-rs. W Wall St.
DLS BOM:"-' V: L >:i
, DAILY BCRVICQ
F r Ota Pvint Cbsofort, Norfolk. I rta
mouth. Plnii'i'i Ptint an.i Newport NVtcs.
Va, connecting fcr Petersburg, UJchmond.
Virginia Ueach. Washington, D. C. and
entire Zenith and West.
Freisht anJ pas«:it»r steam»r» pall from
Pier SO, N. R . fuot l>j,:. St.. ev-.-ry week
day at 3 p. m.
H. D WALKER.
Vlce-Presl -lent an 4 TraiSc? i!in;ig«r.
v^candina*;ian-a::b^
© UHB
10.000 Ten Twta-Screw rassf- ■ Steamers
— — - Ztti II
Norway, Swcien asi Le-nar!:
from "-—■• . at noon.
C. F. Tletgea.May. 2lt"n!tcd Btatesujona fi
Osvar II May t|C, P. Tifrtgetu. June 1.1
H^lllcr Olav^itayiTliOscar II Juee> 20
Saloon, J'*'* an.i opwan); second cabin. $.yi.
After May lOlSaloon %'o aad isp. ;.1 cati-. J.*-o
A. a JOHN9I >N & co.. l Broadway, n. Y.
"OLD "D" LINK
For La Goayra, Puerto Oibelln. Cirs
cao and Maraoaibo. via Curacao, ■ ailing
also at San Juan. l». R. : !
6. S. PHIT.\PELFHTA.«af.. March VI. noon
S. S. CARACAS Sat.. Marcn 3i>, noon
For la Ouayra. Curacao. Maracalboi
3. B. MAIJACAIBO Sat . March 23 noon
a. S. ZCXXA Sat.. April rt. Boon
These ittamers have ■ ;erior accoiv.injia
tlons for pu.sscns*"^.
BOVTLTON. C1.13S * T>.\U,ETT.
Oeneral Managers. S3 Wall St.
piJMiIMIiEVICtILIBE
UU NIT\V YORK--ROTTKRDAM. U=»
"Ma BOVLQGNK
Sailings ■Wednesday a* r«*r ■ tiling list.
Potsjatn.Mar. irt.s amiNooidair* Apr 3. t» am
X.A'd'm.Mar .•Ji>.".( l tti:»:Ryni'r»m. Apr.lt>. 4 am
Sfr.dam.Mar.27.l«»an<!rut.'dani, Apr. 17. Hani
and America 1 in.-, 3» B*way. N. Y.
~"©ililK3i\ffiQD~'"lLi'Eo!S 1 "
From I't'rs r.l-52. N\>rth River.
I.IVF.RPOOIj la QI'EENSTOWN
CAItMAMA MAR. It 7.\ M.
CAMPANIA MAR. 2:!. 11 a. M
Etruri* March 3i> » 'ari'r.lu. \vr\\ !>
Lu.-ar 1 : April til'mbrla April 13
GIBRALTAR— NAPLES— ADRIATIC.
PANNONI.V March 14. Noon: May 2
..... r ,,, » \C«illng also at GENOA.
CARPATIIIA Jjlar. ss. Neon: .\f«y ifl
SLATONIA April It, Noon M.i y SO
VEONON >T. BROWN On'l Agent.
21-24 8t , - St., ,-ippostte the Battery.
MALLORT BTBAMSUIP CO.
Tickets to Texas. tVlorado, .A!e»leo, New
Mexico. Aruivic. I'aliforntu. i^eorsla. Klor-
I'U, Alalama, etc. AVU OCEAN ROUTH
Tt> MIAMI. lAI.M UEACII. Fla.. etc. (via
Key WesO- im:i b.>olilet "I'orket Guide"
fie*. Jl. 11. ItAVMOND. Gen. Mgr 1-0
Front St.. N. Y.
E Oil 08 CD P E %SSS&
North Olj», Kound World. .la;.^',. etc
FRANK C. CLARK. Bvl^roadvvuy.N.\.city.
"J.A VELOC£ M — Italian Line.
SilJlnc from P!ep f'4. North Elver
ft. of S4th Si . for Naples and Genoa '
Bolcgnesl. Hartfleld A Co.. i» Wall St.
OOOK'9 TOCR3 TO KI'ROPK
•!« this nea*on. $!:..) to $1,103
Prosr»j:". THOS. COOK & SON. 243 and
!;::■> B'way. K4t> M.-ullaon Aye N V
STEAMBOATS.
Ei fffl <S T 61l Xl * nd Poiatß »a New Kng-
LMl'l © II 1110 land. Iteduced Rates.
t ALL. ltrV£U LINK via Newport and Fail
Itlver. Fares reduced to all points uostoa.
$2.65; Newport. Fall Kiver. $U.UO; Vrovl
aence. I2.:;o. Leave Pier 19, N. X.. it. War
ren tit., week days and Sundays. s:uu P. M.
Sirs. Providence ana I'linrim. Orchestra*.
SomVU'H LINE via New London. Leave)
Pier 40. N. X.. foot Clarkson tit., week days
only, (I 1". M. Steamers City of Lowell and
Maine.
NEW HAVE.*! UN'S for New Haven and
North. Leave Pier LV. C R.. week days
only. 4:0O P. M- Bteatner Richard Peek.
OOMESTIO UTCATIONS WANTKDu
FcmsJa.
CHAMBERMAIDS and WAITRESSES.— By
two Kngllsh girla. Wutthrup Bureau, U3
West 3Sth st. Tel. IQS2— 3Sth.
DAY'S WORK. By German woman, wash-
Ing. Ironing or cleaning. Mrs. Mauerer.
292 3d aye.
DAY'S WORK — Housework, cleaning, laun
dry work; any distance; thorough work
er. C, OaM or TJwm*a»n. Ul Vast tSta at
RXCXSiOXBSm
REV 3m§B CaaTRAE.--
Time shown lor/ Is from Liber:* st «C
tlon. Leave West 23d St. 10 minutes eari>r
except as noted by designating marka,
PHILADELPHIA TWO-HOUR TRAr-
BV££X UOlsR OX Tilt HOLH *
»»lU.UO. -11.00. UJL>. Ui-A^OO, l»*gf
1.-0. >iw. 'j-uii •4.0U; vo.vjw. alt?
m'o-iA). •i.uu, •*•"* »»,ou. »hi.M p jjt
J«liU nidt. "*•
a^VLTiiIUHi: AND WASHIXGTOX— — i
•6.W1. VIU.UW. fiiUU, ••4.1*. Wttti
LAKEWOOD AND LAKEHURST— Z4.aa.
Ik 4« A. M.. xl.uut I.M. 1tt.40. d4.13k B.M
P. M.. xti.l3. Sun<lay». ill*, a 4t> A?M.
ATLANTIC CITY— «¥.4U A. M.. xLIiCT kA«j>
LONG BRANCH. ASBURY PARK. OCEAS
GKOVK (aundays. No. AsUury Parkw
«4.U). *•:*>. U M A. I!.. ex 12.40 laQL
g4.4fi. fi.2o. $.&>. J12.01. Auioa^s, ascent
Uceaa dove, 24.UU. w.uo A. Ji.. 4.0 U. s.i J
P. M.
Tiuie tables giving tralna to EASTOX
BETHLEHEM. ALLL.NIOWX, MAUCIi
CHUNK. WILivESBAIiKt;. il-'RAMW
RKADLVO. UABRtSBUBOi POTTSVIuV
WILLIAMSPOUT and all otter yvilata6a»
lie cbtaluetl at the following offices. lisT
*rty St. (West 23a St. Tel.. 3144 CheUe*)'
C Astor House. 243. *iii, 1.;,u. ijot fc.o2t
way. IS2 oth Ay.. 2»1 st>. A.., a Union
Stiuare West. 2795*. 3d Ay.. I'JS West 12^
St.. 245 Columbus Ay.. Now York: 4 Court
St.. 342. 344 Fulton St.. 47!> Nostrand Ay
Brooklyn; 2UO 'Brortdway. WtUUmsban
New York Transfer Co. caiia ft* ana c&eckj
bugga^e to destination.
•Dally, t Dally, except Sunday. pSuoilaya.
{Parlor cars only. mDlning car. except
Sundays. xSatordaya onlj. zLiberty st
only. iDlnlng car »indays. lDlaing cat
dally. From West Twenty-thira street-.
«12.^> P. M.. g4.30 »'. M.. 111.50 P M.
83.20 P. M.. d3Tlo P. M. " **•
W. O. BESLER. \V. C. BOPEL
Vice-Pr»3. & Gen. Mr. Cen, Pw t Ages*,
BALTIMORE iTcHIO rTIT"
KUl'Ai bov.^ Ll.Ne. 1 li.u.NS.
"Every ctner hour on t;.e even hoar**
TO BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTOX
Leave New York City. ":'i St. Lio"v St.
•WASHINGTON, til'pers. ll.it' pm I.3ohai
•WASIiINUTON. Diner. 7M> a:o 8.00 an
•WASHINGTON. Diner. li.Su am 10.00 ata
•WASHINGTON, Diner. 11. Jo am liOUn'm
•WASHINGTON. Buffet. 1.80 pea 2.00 en
•"ROYAL LTD." Diner. 2 s«i pit 4.«J«DBi
•WASHINGTON. Diner. 330 pia «.ounss
■ •WASHINGTON. Bau'.t. «.&Unok 'i-Uttaag
•Dally.
Through t>ai;y Train* to the TT»»».
Leave New Tork Tity. 534 St. Llb'y St.
CUICAGO. PITTSBURO. 7.60 am B.CO
CHICAGO. COLLMBLA 11. an 12.00 a' a
»ITTBBI Ri;. CLBVEL'D. 3.50 era 4.00 pa
"PiTTSBL"Ka LJMIT'D." B.BOpm " 'At uos
CIN..tt.LOL'I3.LOi:iSV.. ilJn ; n l-SOaos
CIN..gT.LOLI^.LOI'I3V.. ».0O tax lO.Ottaa
CIN..ST.LOI.Id.LOUISV.. 6St :--n 6.Uo nia
Offices 24.1 424, 13'«> Brcadnay. 6 Astoa
Houa*. li/s Greenwich St.. li L'li.in Souan
W.. SOI Grand St.. N T : t43 Fulton St..
Brooklyn: West 2*l « and Liberty St.
After 8 n. m. Bleeping '.Tar Reservatlosj
and full Information regarding trains, etc..
tan be c;inn»j at Bureau of Information.
B. A O. R. 71.. 2Sd St. Terminal. •»•►*«•
No. Chelsea 3144.
Lackawanna Railroad.
Leave N. T.. Barcla*. CBrUi^aicr. W. 234
Stsv
t8.05A. M. — For B:nKham*->n an? E!mlra>
*lu.oO A. M — For Buffalo. Chicago ana a*.
Lcuia
•t«f) P. M —Ft Buffalo and CMeaa».
T4.00 P. M.— For «crsnton anl Piyrauuti
I*.- 1 .?. P. M. —For Buffalo and Chicago.
•8.43 P. M.— For Buffalo Syracuse :t:iaca>
*S.OU A. IX— Chicago— Sleepera opea J.M
P M.
Tickets at 149. 42*. nan. 14 Broarl^ar.
N T.i 335* Fultot Bt. Brooklyn. •£*'.!».
tExceot Sunday. aLsavea Christopher Su
CIO P. M. weekdaya.
-v V.. N. H. & HARTFORD at B.
Trains depart from Ora.r.l Central Station.
42a St. and 4th Ay.. as follows for
liontcn via New Txinrlon & Prov. — *11.o<\
tt:'10:0W. •■ 1 110:02 A. M.. *| t:0O.
•xMl:01. »x!|S:00. H- ,S:(»\ *• ."..U2.
••:...«> P. M : via WllJimant!?— *-S:01 A.
M.. t2rftO P. St; via SpfJ.— "J:U A. Jt!
t;|I2:CO. • i4:fV. 'lliOi* P. il.
TTor'sicr & Fitch.. Tia Putr.arn, t3.*» P. 31.
Lakevil'e & Norf — +S:4» A. M : f» 31 P. M.
Gt. Barriniton. ?toc Abridge. L»r..ix. Pltts
ttelrt—t4:.'-t. t9:43 A. M. ar.<\ t3:SI P. M.
Ticket f>fflcw« at cGraad Centra! S:atica
ami cl23th St.. a!«.T at c 245 ISX>. c 1334
B'way. r2T» Union Siuar». cl s 2 F!^h Aye..
c 2*.* Columbus Aye.. c 043 Ma!'.3cs Aye.
cX« TV. 125 th St.. 27&* Thirl At* In
Brooklyn. c+ Court St.. 479 Nostra-d A?e..
Z\x> B'way.
■ •I>a t Except Sun Jay*. 'Sffps at 125:S
St. sStops af lUSth St. Sur.-iays cnTy.
JParlor Car UmlteJ. llHas d:r ; irff car.
cParlrr ar.d s!*-eri'g Car Uekata a.so.
L'EBIOH eLLEf.
Foot of vsr. a_> A:Cortlsa3t and Ver:,r^ »m St* B.
»Da>iiy. Sanaay: »T.G. btf. JS. e7.45. d.lt. n^ jj. ii.< 6.
Buffalo Kxpre**. !...'..i. *sT rO ■•'=*»
BaffaJo Expre.-» «hs>. W » M 't%~O ><
UI.A: X DIAMOND E.\P.. "IIS * lil'liCOS*
Cb!c* Toronto Xe*r. Kxa.. *n3.tt) - mm
IHEBCfF ALO TK%JN_- «:.53 r\\ Jf|
Ticket office*: 3^5 sad 1460 Broadwir.
uo\it..- r.c Mil vno.Ns wxsita
Female,
I

BOCT9CWORK. — Ctooi aid laundress ar<t
cnamberniall an 1 ivaitr«w; Oeman; very
best e( rff erences; ?»i>arately or together;
c'.ry er country. Warners Bureau, 4U'l 4ti
ay*.. nt-ar »ath St. Tci. 24315 — XlaiUson.
I
:
1 .
LAUNTKESS; wUHac to assist eftaralW
work; aear. oolißins youna wontan; nyd
vt freaces ; city p~ country. J. 1». Xrs.
CoUi«rs Actßcy. 122 West 23.1 st^
LAINOHESS.— Was^a $^*>: frten-i c^ainter
r.iaia. si: Danls* K'.r:s. with ascßneai
r^orences: logetfcer; «lty or eouctry, 2V.ta
Curry* Bureau. West 42J st.
LAUNDRESSES*. $23. S3O by month; in
lands anJ girls, \kalttl i B;.x;e3 a
E-ireau. 747 Lexington aye.. near Bloumiag-
Sale.
»th st
tAVXDRBS3.^-Ftr«t class: cut by he daf
or take famfTy washing hens*: best *•**■
once; thprougMy competent In uil tra-ioiea.
lira. Mo era. ol't East Hth »t.
LAt'NDKESS. — Carman: in private house:
srr.all American family; els^t yeirs" r«f"
•ranee; n> shirts or collars to bei -•;
iiji'.i J2.">. Sohuatzler. SI I Kast COtS St.
M.\ir» ar.,! ATTEXHANT tc» tr.va:!!: <>r
naa; go.s; city roteraace*. Vftoihi-op B-J
rca'i. C 5 West ESih st. 'PBone I'.^-'— SSta.
MTSffiY GOTBtNES?.— 9wI» rrftef*
very con^TX'tent: experieni-^! wt^^ cWl
dren:" French, tierman. KnKlUh; hest lozg
rerr-renco; <»a!ary «» to $4i>t A . 2U7 Vul
I 241h st.
Nl'Riiß. — Uy an excerlmccl Trctrst:: cWlj
area six months an.i older; *<•; y«a*
refertr.cu. Jlisa Curry's Boreao. West
iZI st. _
NUISJC Am»rl--an: nrat and t;Uy: lnfaat
or aronn children; very b*«t refereaces:
$"JS-?^T» per mouth. Flaherty's ....«■
Columbus aye.. Tel. 741 Ktver.
_
KWtSB ANP COMPANION to caronia »
valid or ekSerty lady, by trained r.UTSH
willhi;; to b«> useful: highest references. B.
I* il.. 13t>» Broadway. __
Nt'RSB for Invalid: very best 0* written
and personal r»ferenc«a: T>an!s!» Totea
fani: wa«es. *30-*25- Flaherty* Bureau
453 Columbus aye.. Te^ Til lUver.
XCRSERTr 1 OOVEKXF-Si —Ey r«flas«
yoosg French la.iy. with famt'.v «otng»
F.uropo: U fond of children; wtlltrg: best
City references. MademoHeKe, 15o» 11
617 Cth aye. _
NXTRSK. — Gfrmn; for child four year* ojil
exoallent rererences. Mlsa Curry'a •*•
reau. 23 Waal 4^l at. '
SEAMSTRESS AND MAID.— «1>
Uig Birl: first class seamstress: would act
as maid to ladles and bo generally i:-isr-~
A. il.. Hiss Fitrgeralii'* Bureau, 90S •»
aye. '
WA^HINO, IKONINO. CLBANINO— ■»
young German woman, by the day er
week. Hiua«icf. 532 E. 3a:h at., 3d ■•••»
rear. [ < - _
WAITRES3-CIL\MBERMAID.— Neat. «*?
joung girl; wllllDg an<! obliging: *••*?
reference*; wages. *2tM— . F!anertjr"» Ba
teau. 4?5 Columbus a*e.. Tel. 7*l Rlva*> __
WAITRESS wlahea few more lunchaaaa at
dinners: can take entire charsa; bess *zjv
erences; city or country. M. Hartaedt W
: Fast 21 c Et. —
WOMAN will taka In washing or ■•<■••
Mrs. Traboia. 437 West BTth at.
WANTED— To do half day's work and «■*•
washing home, or help serve dinner ■»
private boarding use from « till threorn
good reference. Mr*. Kelly. lull »«K*» «
aye., Brooklyn. - --*
YOUNG COLORED C.IKL. lady's oaf* » I
■tor-?, library or hair dressing « stabU ;^.
ment. or for writ tec letters- ana adtfnjs^iai
envelopes la doctor** or any •*■*» cccs>
alasata> ICO Cut MM is. ■

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