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Si jn THE SUN, SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 29, 1891. '
A VILLAGE .JERUORIZED. H; ABIOTTSVIXQ HEMES OF CRZKE8 XX B'' UAxfFiEtD, coyy. tf , Tin Varna bad Tre Mill Born, lath H fXat Two Tea r, and m Ckarcst KdlBea B Ifiiefaeed wills Obscene riBnrta-Tke Kclara B t"r Terror nenrm wrf Htace daaiea Cosjtello BK llua nea Relets td tVom .folk H JVilmmaktio. Nov. 28. The town of Mftfii- ' fuWil. lilith upnmonK I be Tollard county hllla lrw eastern Connect lopt, has suffered lm- Bl r&ifnseb' In tho putt two or three yours on no- Hl cijunt of nn astoundlnu series of crimes. Tho l)Atn of prosperous far Tiers wore burned, a BM haittlr-orno now schoolho uso In Mrtnsflold vil- twni fired twice, cnt.Ue (wpro poisoned or mbowolled In 8io fields, and a half a dozon s tho sanctuary of tho Sfcinsflold Concro- J trtHlonat Church VidVuMpollooV and biff ob- BJ nc en o plcturos woro traced In black ptlntbn f Its walls. All tlio-o mlsdeodtt Were bellovod to BJ lio tho work of a slnclo miscreant, but country BJ constables and rihorilT and .Sew York.detco- Bff tlvan sought In vAln for n clue to his Identity. Bj For months tlioro was almost a reign of tcr- Bj ror In Mansfield. 1'eoplo put doublo padloaks BJ on their houso and bnrn-; ($' A' vlcllsiico BJ conimlttoo waB appointed, whose members BJ patrolled tho principal liliihwhriif tbo town BJ with loaded shoteutiB. rorolvors. and rlflos. BJ and at different tlmos tho Mansfield Boloctmon BJ offered inwards for tho arrest ut tliuottldocr HJ. thnt finally amounted to $1.5Ua SUUthovan- H' lul kect ou with his mysterious nocturnal HI rrlmos with Impunity, und on ono night the HI llrtmos of throo burnlnit barns in Mansfield BJ roddenod tho midnight sky. Bo intenso and BJ cenoral was tho terror that women and chil- BJ ilron dared not quit their housos nftor dusk. BJ' iind insurance companies in thU and other BJ Mates il eel I nod to take risks on Mansfield BJ praporty. Hovornl Harttortl compnnlos rofusod BJ to re now policies that had oxplrcd for oxor- BJ bitantly high premiums. BJ In oluht or ton months barns wero burned BJ belonging to these prominent residents of, 5 Slaiislleld. and whoso homes aro not very far BJ ii port: J. L. Boss, Goorgo II. Harris. Martin BJ riahnrty, Charlos Popple, Charles Cummings. BJ Benjamin Harris. Charles Tllden (two barns), Bj Dennis Flaherty, and Charlos Clifford. In tho BJ Barrio porlod Quorito Harris's bono mill was BJ destroyed, ns wero ulso Morrow's stockfhot BJ mill and 0. S. Barrows's silk mill Ono of tho BJ mills was llrcd in tho middlo of tho day. whllo BJ tho proprietor of it and his omployoos wero BJ nway at dinner. BJ- Tho purpctmtor of tho vandalism at tho BJ Mansaold Centre Congregational Church was finally detected by accident whilo ho was in the actof defacing it a fowmonths ago. Men who lmd hven at work drilling an nftoHlun woll at thu Mansfield btato Agricultural bchool passed tliii Concrogutioual Church at 11 o'clock at night, and saw a dim light flickering on thu window panes. Stealthily they approached thu church, und saw a man croiiehed under ono of tho windows, who, by tho light of a lantern, was daubing tho outside walls with obseono figures. As tho men en mo near i the preoucuplod painter hoard their footfalls, leaped quickly to his feet, dropped his lantern nmi paint pot. and scampered away. Tho lan tern s light lit up his f.ico momentarily, and tint mon recognized lilmns James (Jostcllo.it wealthy and had young raun who dwells with Ids two brothers in ono of tho handsomost housos on one of tho largest and ilnost farms in Manalluld. A few days later James Costello was nr rostoil. charged with defacing and defiling tho church In several Instances. He was taken before a Justicoof tho l'eaco and bound over 1 to tho Buperior Court for trial at tho fall term of tbo court. His bonds wore placed at a low figure, and hiA brothers, who with James aro worth not loss than iO0.0OO. became hl9 sureties. James was tried before the Supe- rior Court about six weeks ago, promptly con- - vlctod on two counts of desecrating tho church nnd painting and smashing gravo- ' stones in its burial yard, und was sentenced to : imprlMjnmont In tho county jail tor thirty days on each count. Ho went to jail on ono count , of his conviction, but appealed his rase, with rospuct to tho socond count, to tho Hupromo ' Court of tho Stuto. lio was dofended by able ' counsel. Costello completod his term in jail about a weak or ten days ago. During his lncurcera Unit no barns wero burned and no othor criminal deeds porpotrutod lu M'irisllold. The jiooplo slept in confidence, tho vigilance com mittee temporarily disbanded, und armed guards no longor paced tho lonely country loi.Un from suniet until sunrise. Tho popular , xoiise of socurity was duo to ttie-fact that since Cojtello's arrest no citizen doubted that he ), wus guilty of all the crlinos that had alarmod V tho town for throo years. Every ono dreaded tho hour when tho vandal should bo released. ( Tor bvural days after lie quitted tho jail, how- ;. over. Jumus behaved all right. Spies watched v nil his actions und reported thorn to tho citi- '' sons, und it was noted that he kept himself r closely at homo on his farm nnd didn't take a . drink of liquor. T" Ou Sunday afternoon last tho spies roported alarming news ubout Costello. Tncy had seen lilm with three iiottles of whlhkoy inhlspook rts, nnd ovury ono bald: "Now. then, look out for more trouble." The popular apprehension was not unfounded. On tho following night tho large barn and elder mill ofChaib b Tllden, n half mllo northward ol Morrow Station on 1 thu hovr London Northorn Itnllroad. wore ; burned nt about it o'clock, together with liny ' nnd grain und llv head ot eattlo. Again at : midnight on the sumo night the people J were uroutod by u flro alarm. The ky wos icd with tho reOoctlon of ' Humes that totally consumed tho laigo barn of , A. (', 1'lielps. a quaiter of u mile from tho ; Mansflnld church that Costello had so fro- J fluently defaced. 1'helps and Tildon had tastl- f HchI ngainst Costello nt his trial, and the , jujoplo recalled tho fact that I'lielps's first , burn iiw burned just four roars ago. Three i bourn after tho destruction ot the Tllden und . Flielph barns it tlilid nlnrm awoke tho 1 citizens of Miineilcld, and this tiiuo tho barn ; of.Wallaeo King, four miles northeast of tho ' Tildon hum and liulf a mllo north of the Btorrs Agrleultural School, was totally consumed. Hoc wns thu destruction of the barns notod all tho wicked work that was perpetrated on Sun day night nnd Monduy morning. KnrlyonMon- ' day morning tho people of Mansfield Centre. ,, hUKpecting that the fires hud been kindled by Costello. hud hastened to tho pretty little . Congregational vhureh nt the " Crcen." and t thoy s.iw that tho vandal had been ut work on i. Its walls niialn. In this lustuuco groeu paint -. nnd been usid. nndu luign part of the north r. Wall wan daubed with gnnt, glaring sketches, k. lui.ft of wnleli were ot an ijbseono orcomio ;.' nature, und with ribald texts nnd comments. J biueotlieno frefrh mNdoeds tho reign of ter- W tot liHH'boon li'iii-wed ill tho whole town, the fy Comiulttea of l'ubllc rtnfety has mctagnln, and the.annodgujiidshuvoreKUmod their duty of K ri'itroUlliB the highway after nlghtfuIL A vivid J, idea may bo hud of tho general terror that has . lrvridod Miinsllold fur three venrs when It 1h A wild that not lone agon prominent furiner of J tl.it towu became Insane through brooding ; or his Iorsok and four of htill worto mls- .' fortune, und lio is still an inmutonf the btato f luruitli) ahvluni at Mlddlotown. A MausQeld r cititen. spealciiigotthu fcltuutlon in bis town I to-djir, said: r, "1 iiini'i Iihvo becoruo practically valuoloss f' onucooiintof nllthlsvundallHm.andiiiBurance companies are afraid to take risks on our m nroperty.no matter how high a premium you ' may be willing and eager to pay. Still. I would if noldaio snynword publicly against Jamos ?t Cc-tollo. orhuvo.you ubo my name with this . ftatomontf'nof dure Mr. Barrows orWalluee King, who wore witnesses In thoehurch-de- m fuciuc trial, and nil thu people who dwell near h trio ehurch.'huyn word further against him. 4 Inflict, wo aro fairly terrorized, nnd aro only K willing to whitipor our suspicions, aud then on -' promise that our nunios shntl not bo connected f with tlium." i Jnuios.Costollo Is not an Ill-looking young runn Ho dwol b In n large, old-fashioned ,r farmhouso pii a highly improved farm i not fur e f rent MnnslleUf Centrf, about half way between y liagloville and BtorrH. All tliu brothers wero boni on the farm. They live ulono and have ri housekeepor. James Is the block shoep. rr Ills brothers aro honest, industrious, and if, frugal. a. - i ,?TJe DolU' Hals for the Day Nnraerlea. Jl 'Tho annual CdoUV fl for tlio benefit of the '. TtHftola. Momorlal, and Jowcll Day Nursorios began at Bhorry's yctterday afternoon. Be- j Bliles tho dolls. Punch aud Judy, sllght-ot- f hand, and otlier amusements wore provided for tho llttlo folks. Around tho hall were f tables covered with dolls, dressed and pro sentod by tho patronesses. There wero young , dolls and old dolls, gay ballet dancors. pie- , Uvian rag dolls, nndChluose dolls, and overy- Z tblug pertulnlng to a doll's wardrobe. For tho 2P boys thoro was a tublu full of toys, u grab-bug, f" ond u Christmas tree. H ,Tho sale was concluded last night by a ti danoi. Landers playod for tho dancers as wall us during tho ufteraoon. Tho talo cleared Vs over $2,(XKX ! Among the purch&sorsln thoaftercoonwere: S Roderick , anderbilt. Those who pwsidoil W ',lt'10t,t5bl80vcriv.Wir'1- Jllfimrdlrvln, Mrs. it JohR Bloan. Mrs. William Jay. Mrs. diaries 4- Iraucklyii. Hie. Adohih Ijindenburg, Mr, a (, Oror Dinsmore, Mrs. llllam Douglas, Mrs. 2 A. il. Dodge. Mrs. lidmund Coffin. Jr.: Miss lUpallo. Mls BlifPfird. MissBtoles. Miss JJoacli. Miss liandolph, Mrs. John .Lowry. and r ' 'IHBpBBBBBBB"'' ' - " '""; T"" -' rATJUCIt ITAZIS8 RBCAXJL American Blshoaa. Boston. Nov. 2a No Incld ont In the history of thsnowoolebratedoose ut the Bov, Father Hall Is moro Important than tho following I otter, which has just been ntoolvod in Boston. It Is In olToct, though addresilad to the Bishop ot Oxford, tlw reply of tho, Superior of tho OowleyFstiora to the American BUhops: . MrPtii Loaa Bnor:t rKhlcftthit t BUtepi emit all reft ran ea to one prracl pageant of faitiu IlaU's recall TheorjUtldimeaUy wblibflntBranshtapthe Iboufbtthntlt rsliht be well that Father IlaU should be recalled arose from the fact that he deelred acorn plete separation o( the American province from the eoclety at home, whereat the other Fathert who are worhlnt In Anwrlea are unite arena to any each policy. They are In faror ot a conilterable measure of Independence, hot they deelre that some real band ot; lalon ahoald rertatn. They with. In fact, thalVo' ehonld aim at a free adUlatloB, and we are qnltejsre- ptred to rrant It, hot Itwoald be tmpotaible trllh any hope of mceeei to carry oat eoih an affiliation under a rrorlnclil who doei notbellerelnltefeeilbtllty. tf It ta o be done at all It .neit be done under a prortooial whole In sympathy with the Idea. . I thould bare cottetdered It to be onlte iltn rim It 1 had attempted to coerce rather Hall Into withhold tag hli tlinatnre front Or. rbtlilpe Rrooks'e lettlmontaL I bare no antborlly t a Interfere In the action of my brethren when tneya.te exerclilnr ranetlone Intraited to them by the Onnrch. and It would hare been Father tlall'edutyto retute ip acknowleilfe encha wronirful rierelieiif authority tr I had attempted thus to coerce him. Jn a reUfioue toe (jety aacb at onrt U the Huperlor llenerelmuit take Into Kootid tret Ion the whole action or hie tubordlnatea Mo cannot oUow one who hat re celred from hini a delitiated anlborlty to commas to uctaiarepretentatlre.ttihe aocletr when In matter of eerlout Importance h hat crated to be In tympathy witnthott whom he tipretenu. If inch a principle were unceomlttrd our etcletr and any otber retlftotii aociely would rerr toon break In plecea. Father Hall kanwe perfectly well, ae we all know, tbat my action lu thlKinutur wai lnno Wy -.'imH-rf. but waa thor- ooehly coupututlonal. ... . . We were laf urmed. and we had erery reaton to be lieve tbut tlw Inrormetloti wat trne, that lr. Phillip Iirookt had Invited Unltaruui mlnutrm to be pretent at a celebration of the holy communion lu lit church', tbat a pew had been renerrad fortbem, and thai they Iiiut been admitted publicly o communion In the holy sacrament of tho uody anil blood of our X)rd. We ahrtnid he only too thankful lo hear that we were mil Informed, bat no one at oeir Uonference (and we had eeveret rathere from Amiuica pretrnt) diipnted the substantial truth of the aUogntlont. We know that at ihe time these thlnct wero alleged to have happened Dr. rhluliM Urooke wu oraed to clear himself of the acotuatlon, but that he did not do to. From tbat time to this he hat been content lo remain nmler the imputation of having In vited to the holy table or the Lord tbitee who denied the fundamental Uoctrtno of the Uutpel. and who. more, over, proptgate that dwnlal In their capacity aainiulf ten or tnelnltarlan Mdy 'or ourselves, we believe tbat Dr. Fblhlpt Rroolca hat refrained from clearing lilmtrlf becaiiM the aconaatlon It tnbstnntlaliy true: and If It It substantially true, we hold that It It tbo almple fact that he hat hein galltyof "disloyalty to the latth and order of the Catholic Church." We are well assured thaa If tbe facta be at I have stated them yonr lordship wlU agree In our estimate ot tbtlr gravity. I wish to tpeak v. lib all the respect that It due to the official action eCthe American Episcopate, hut we must polot nnt that Ibe wards of the Blshopt of . and aaply that 4 minority, and. we believe, a large minority, ot Bishopa In America are not fully satitBed In regard to Or. Pnllllpt Brooks's loyalty to the lalth and order of the Church. The factt ut tne case at they have i-ome before ut lead nt to agree with that minority. Wa have no proef that tbt factt have aver come before the American Episcopate at a whole, and we have every ronton to beUere tnat in tome cases the Bishops and Htaudlng Committees refused to gu behind the official certtneateor ftrthodoxy which emanated from the Diocesan Convention. It la the opinion of aome American priests of stand ing tbat If Father Hall had ret need his tlgnatnra tbe confirmation of the new Slshop'a eleotlon. wbloh waa warmly contested, might never bare taken place. However that may be. we agreed with those American Bishops who refused to assent to the confirmation, and nothing hat happened tlnre our conference to make nt think that our vfew of the matter waa a mistaken one. It hat been Implied, If not asserted, by persons In America, that tn recalling Father Hall I waa forcing him to break the canons or the American Church. It auch were Indeed tho case. Father Hall would be nnder no obligation to obey such unlawful command. Yonr obedient servant, K. U raoa. WEALTH XV OLD BONE3. "Waa Tber-s ss Bate "a Bona Combtna Acalaat the Otya Ke-eoaf There Is reason to suspect that tho rag nnd bono mon havo formed a trust against tho In terests ot tho city. Two years ago Gluseppo Lbloln. offered $1,552 a week for tho privilege ot trimming scows at the dumps of the Btroet Cleaning De partment. Labiola trimmod tho soows so carefully and gathorod In such a heap of bones that they became a drug In the market, and Labiola went out of business. " The city looked about for soma way of keeping Labiola to his contract, but he bod failed to furnish bonds, and tho city was helpless. The contract was then let to S. U. Smith for $1,100 a week. Yesterday, in the office ot tho Btreot Cleaning Department, bids were opened for the privi lege of trimming the soows. The highest bid was made by Bernard Golden, who offered $801 a week. Tho bid wan jraf used, and Qom mlsslonoriironnan resolved to r.dvortlsn fpr more bids. Later C Banna -offorodf 1.300 a week for the privilege, but this, too, was re fused. Tho drop in tho amount offered for the privi lege since tho days of Labiola suggests that there was some sort ot a combination among tho rag pickers. Iaeendlarlea 1st Beverly. Bevehlt. Mass., Nov. 28. There is talkot forming7 a vigilance 'committee' In Beverly to run down tho firebug who has been setting so many fires in that town lately. The excite ment Is at fevor heat Early this morning there was another incendiary attempt Mrs. Chos. Dennis heard tho barn door open and aroused her husband. He hastily dressed and started out revolver In hand. He heard the quick steps ot somebody running away and llrcd two shots In the direction of the sound, but apparently, without effect, Mr. Dennis found that a Are had been kindled in the hay in tho barn and quickly extinguished It The footprints of the Incendiary wero plainly tracked in tho soft ground around the bant. The foot measured exactly 10 inches from toe to heel. This Is the only oluo to his identity. The IJet of Refereet. Thets refereea were appointed la cuet la the State courts la this ctty last weekt tcrauri cotntr. By Judf Paavtm. dues. Jfeerett Mellen agt. Nellen IT. E. Dickson. Koblnton agt. Covers Thomaa F. Donnelly. UorrtsagL Monaon. ..J. Warren Oreena. Association for Belief, Ac, agt. Wood............... Hamilton Odea Germanla L. Int. Co. agt Kato- man Frederick Bmyth. Teschert Cooperative a and I A. agt. O'Heara J, If. Tarsnm. Theological 8. F. Church agt. Mllss Albert Baeh. Ftackagt. Rasquln Tboe. D. Rambast. oowing .gt.KjJchell.... JohnB. Ward. Central Trust Co. and six othera ' agt.Nlebnhr.. Peter B. Olnty. Mercantile T. Co. agt. Ingraham.u. D, BurrllL Kusch agt. Van Schalcg ..John E. Fins. Matter of Uution Hamilton OdeU. hoyee agl. Rettlrger Henry F. Wilder. Weltman agt. Taft W. n. Rnstow. Xlntual Lire tns.Co. agt.HerntlDir. W. B. Brlstow. Ceemtatfoetrj. BjJwlgi Jieaeh. 1 William O. Darla, Matter of 181st ttreet J J. c;. Wold, and ( O, W. Flanagan. .. .. ....... . . " " ti J.Hulquten, Matter ef 178th street j.'manutlil, Friend. ( H. o. Csi.ldy. Matter of 187th street D.' K. bthuit '?,' I Herman Uolte. Matter of F.lham aven, a.'yJ.-bTJot?;-WU' Matte, of Fort Independence f;"'"" """ '"J.F.O.BUckhunt. Jg Jwlfi lavreaoa t , Matter of Honahan ' ?hn?LV,l?U25.,U,,t coaaoa ruuiT y Jwig iloolbtaMr, Matter of Balloag , Theodore F. HtscaU. Matter of aarsch UeorgeB. Neaeli. By Judm fntr. Matter ot Berg Unit nanntman. Mantels & Artistic Fireplaces. The nianulacturo of Fireplaces is an art with us. Rich and elaborate designs in OPEN FIRB PEACES, WOOD MANXBlrS. HEARTH FACINGS,TC. ot tho periods of the Empire, the Louis', tho Romanesque, the Byzan tine, tho Colonial and tho Renais sance, in all suitable materials. Drain predomlriattt, but there are haodtoma cOtcti lo Ode, Silver, Copper, Bronte and Black Wrought Iron, The col. or and ma trial are chosen to harmoulia with the style ol tba period. The oldest, largest, and best known establishment of the kind in America, J. S. Conover & Co., 28-30 West aadStrect IX DEFENCE' OF JOHN BOBT. Tt'toro'elb'h fVVV'Tlararf Tklaka Rli Slda of Iks Caae la TM Ba Totd. Boston. Not. 2& The 'Boston Nowa Barmn say: "Thefo Is a great deal of interest In Boston in the prosecution proceedings against ox-Prosldont lloey ot the Adams Express Company, and though the director trppear to be unanimously against Mr. Boer, there-are not wanting those in Boston who believe that ho has yot a sldo to tell In those transactions which will place his notions In a more favor able light, but it takes tlmo to reveal many things. Evonts run In a cries, and one rum pus raises nnothor. Whathas at lastturned up in the Adams Express Company now goes back to tho opening ot the civil war. The Adams Express Company now elalms from Mr. Hooy $1,000,000 In Southern, Express Company's stock ol tho actual value of about $000,000. Atthooponlng.of tlioolvll war the managers fit tho Adams Kinross woro confronted with tho problem.'of tho disposition ot tho com pany's property In tho Bout horn Btatrs. and it is said that Mr. Hooy nnd his associates took over this property undor n now organization called tho bouthern , Expross Company, tn order to hold tho field for tho Adams com pany nnd continue its buslnoss In tho South during tho war. " An old Boston broker, who used to deal In Adams Expreas stock, has often expressed his wondcrtnontthat tho Boutliom Express Com pany should continue so long nftor tho war to 00 owned by lloey ana his associates in tho Adams company, but prosont developments bid fair to determine ultimately tho question of who owns tho Boutliom Express. One who has boon fnmlllar with tho axpross business for many yours says Vise-Prcsldont Banford lias been tryluit to oust Mr. Ifoey from tho AdamH Express for many years. Tho latter went to Europe this summer nnd Banford hud a clear Hold to work against him. Mr. Hoey tins boon prncticnlly thu Adams Express Company for forty yoarH, and, nftor ho is 70 years of ago and has sorved tho company all his Ufa, It Is a prutty late day for his associates to ascertain thnt lie had boon robbing tho company. Many S no pie knowing tho facts of tho trnnsfor of tho ew York nnd Boston Despatch Express Com vuiny'H stock from Mr. Hooy to tho Adams Express Compaur. do not bellovo tbat thero is anything morally or commer cially wrong In tne transaction, whntovor the lottftl oopect may be. Mr. lloey Is one of the kindest and most public-spirited mon In Now York, but most aulet and unassuming. Ilo will not rush Into print to defend himself, bnt In tlrao he will havo a defence to make which will put the raise in nn entirely different aspect from that In which It has boon made to appear up to tho present time" TrylBtr to Consolidate Oats Light Coaspaalea. There are rumors in Brooklyn that negotia tions aro in progress to bring about a consoli dation of tho old Brooklyn Oas Light Com pany and tt.j Fulton Municipal Gas Light Company. For soveral yoars tho Brooklyn company had almost the- entire field to ltelf. but slnco the Fulton Municipal Company, whleh manufactures fuol gas at muoh cheaper ratos, has come into the Bold its lnoomo bas decreased, and recently it has boon paying the stockholders only 2 per cent, while Uio Fulton Municipal has been paying 8 per cent. Binco tho talk ot a union of both companies was started a couple of months ago, the stock of the Hrooklyn company has advanced from OS to 120. A proposed basis for consolidation, it Is said. Is that tour full shares ot the Brook lyn company are to purchase five full shares ot the Fulton Munlolpat. Oen. James Jotirdan Is President of the latter company. His ultimate intention, it is said. Is to effect a union ot all the gas light companies In Brooklyn, This Iff a, Wis Doctor. A patient sonda for him. It Is a. case of severs Indigestion, carrying In Its train constipation and sick headache The young man Is Incapacitated for work. He flies to the nearest drug store and loads his already endangered stomaoh with mercurial purgatives, poisonous blood tonics, and pepsin preparations. Besult ho becomes rapidly worse. Doctor is called. Happens to be an old and respected practitioner. Diagnoses the case quickly. "Young man. throw those nostrums out of the window. Bend for a bottle of the genuine Carlsbad Sprudel Bolts, follow the directions, and you will bo up In two days." The entire Medical Fraternity recom mends these salts. It Is In reality taking tho Carlsbad treatment at home. For 600 years it has been Europe's first Health Resort. The genuine has the signature ot " Eisner Mendelson Co., Sole Agents, New York," on the bottle. gKftnattfcfofj jgrhoolg. SUN UPTOWN OFFICE, X,B3(3 BROASWA.?. Near 8Sd St.Opposlta Hotel IsapcrUI. ADVERTISEMENTS RECEIVED UNTIL 11 P. M. Hefts at tks tollowlas osaeea will bo tke aetata those eharsed at the aamla otacei A i'v.r?oS.HiA1rrI,,8T.eiH AV- C0R- ma "' m AV. BET ATII Mil 7TII 8TM. KW YORK? K.McnBKNV, 1.14UUTII AV., NEAK 71UT ST. JAMES A. MeOINNIS. 20WK8T14TII ST.. K001I X RENT riUAKANTKB CO.. Ml) UHAKD Ht' an&ia5tJ!"i,'',10 ax a w' C0B- bboadwat EDWAKD J. il.TAM8EM.CJ AV. A. BET. 8D A 4TII8T8. iLA'JT-.1!338 a" AV" ''ET. 7HTI1 AND 77TII STO. JEWKIX'B ADVERTISING .AaEhOY. SU BUEBCKEB '. B. MeOLTNN. 1.620 0TI1 AV. ioi1"8 ""'""EKO. " CANAL ST. AND 167 DlVtt. E. OANt l.MS 8D AV. J. W.ScnltLINO. 178 BAST SOTTI ST. 0BA.NDIN A CO. 717 BROADWAY, A. WKIDMAN. l33 BOWKRYV NKAB BBOOHB ST. LEUH ANN A FBANKKU 1.624 3D AV. NKAOSOTIJ ST ANDERSON A CO. 7oT 8TU TaV. " Vs-UBT. JEWELL'S ADVERTIHINO AUENOT. 1.100 STB AT BBT.llaTU AND UWTU IWfc hookltn orwsam, )S Court St. JIIOOBB ADTBBT18INU BXCOAXOB. l-ISO BED CoBStBT:06 UJI AV" ,W1 "'". M LAWhON A CO. 1.116 IArAYETTE AV. BROOKLYN ADVKRTISINO AOKNOT. 87 rTJLTON ST. N. N. UBEKNK, SltO UROADWA?. NKAB htABOV AND0SBERT?AV8. C- W' C0B- W1 y. aoruE. i,iua mvbtlk av.. nbab bboadwai aVONB IHLAKD CITX, 3 WOreenpotatj "' B0KDEN Av" ; CU. IIOBOKE.V. J. LICnTENRTBIN.lOl WASHINGTON ST. OttOUItBlTmiYku 170WAaUfhaTONBT. TUB McDOWBLL CO., 4 and 6 West I4tii St., Are now orepariar ladles to use tbe Oarmen t Drartlnt; Machine to take positions as cutters In tbe f aU and to do !S,''i?wn5,re,,IUJlllf'.- .J01" CB,l a tne largest In tbe city. We leach all tbe dlfierent braaebet In dreu-raaklnt-euttlny. OnUblne. drapinr. Ac-ana liara Krinch. German, and Kniliah teeclifrs. In the flolsh 1d ecbool you ran make a dress for yonrtell and Isarn how tbe Ust work ff done. "Remember tbat our system !' "?." f"'1 .by f "J cutlers In Ant-class establishments u tblt country. No matter bow many cbartt yon oar earn you can never compete witb tblt wonderful Draft ina Machine. II (olloat every faebion and Otter err form ana seres fotir-flrtbt ot your time and trouble in SiVnr.'I.Vm,l,u' !' J00 . ou a system, why pot aet the one easiest to learn and moat rapid to ueel ilurrashlon Journals are acknowledeed to be tbe best forpracUeal use erer pubUsbed. Call or tend for our aUiant colore4 Uelilou abtct anl drcular. vf. .- h H- Uj,'- ?.eAjr-,t7 UflfilKHO 877, 879 BROADWAY. FOR THE HOLIDAYS, Useful antl Artistic Iiprtata noH JAPAN AND CHINA. fatatatW CEOMSOJVJVJE JEJVJtJtEEI VASES, JAR & URNS. Irzumo and "Tokio PORCELAINS, In Every Variety of Decoration. SATSUMA VASES AND BOTTLES. TAIZAN WARES, In Klch Gold and Color Designs. Chinese Carved Teakwood Cabinets, Seats, Tables, Etc. The Productions of JAPAN. CHINA AND INDIA Are More Thoroughly Represented Than Ever Before. Purchases made now will bo delivered at any time desired. Mr. Krehblcl and alia Chinese BaaC Mr. H. E. Krchblol lectured on Friday even ing before the rouslo department of thoBroolc lyn Institute, the subject being "Chinese Muslo." Ho was nsslrted by a Chinese band and by Hiss Mario Von. Tho band made hideous nolsos. yet Mr. Krehblcl was ablo to make Tory Interesting explanations about what the noises meant, and to explain the principles on which thoy were foumlod. Tho nudienoe was grently amused at the band, but Mr. Krohblnl insisted that It was serious muslo. founded on lofty concpntlons and filled with profound moaning. Miss Van Banc Chi nese soncs with English words. sfalttrfl fmBlt A CLAIMS or SEWING and trades women nrote- euted and employment secured for them without chares by tbe Working Women's Protcctlre Union, 19 Clinton rlace: not connected with otber organisa tion! or societies. W. U. II. MOORE. Prca: M. 8. MUCH. Treat. ARTIFICIAL. rLOWEltS.-A. rlrst-ilast Onwer and specially rose maker, who ran at the same time decreet a small workroom, can rind steady engage ment; one who it a good fancy feather hand preten-eil. Afldress. stating experience, A. HDSE.N. Biatlon A. city. A WANTKD Misses and dressmakers to learn dresa cutting hy the only true merchant tailors' s) stem; no reatting: ts this week only. H. a IiOOME. 23 East Ulh St, room B. A RTiriCIAL FrlWERH.-Experienccd packer want ta. ed: good position; steady work. KATJrMAN LOWENFEL8. OOi 11 road way. RTIF1CIAL KLOWEBS.-tlood branchert, flower, and piquet makers wanted. 11. llOKUElMEn CO.. CJ6 Broadway. ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS. Wanted. line flower, ro.e and piquet makers: also a few respectable learners past 14 yeara. T. SlMO.f. 13 Bond St.. up stairs. ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS -Oond rose makers wanted: alio learners; paid while learning. J. o. JOHNSON A CO . 105 Mercer St. ARTIFICIAL FLOWEKH Branchert. blossom, and piquet makers wanted. M. KATZ. IS K. Ilonston et. BOOK SEWERS.-V; anted, a girl to run theHmytli machine: steady work for a rapid feeder. Apply at lot and 103 fulion st. BOOKBINDERY Ctrl who thoroughly understands the Morrison Wire Stitcher ABUYLE rilESa. 2d5-267 Cherry t. OOE FOLDERS wanted at 81 and RS East Ilonston St. JOHN C VALENTINE. OOK FOLDERa Wire thread ttltrhers galherera interters. and learnert wanted. B2 Vesey st. CLASSES IN MIDWIFERY, nnrslng. and massage at COLLEGE HOSPITAL. 27 Welt iUlb It. Diplomat glren. Circular. EXPERIENCED orKP.ATOHS on silk and mull hats; d also trunaieri and a young lady cutter B.BlfTEH. 28 Walker tt. GIRLS experienced on .atln and fringing New Year cards; also on enrelopes. BARNUM. 120 WlllUm tt. GOLD LAYERS AND FOLDP.R8 Wanted, two gold layereand twenty folders; good waget; promot nay. Apply at bookblndery. 30 West Ulh st. w Keen as x., isstu st. itjest. -want EXFEKIE.NCEO SALESLADIES IN HANDKEBCniEF DEPABTHENTi FANCT OOODH DEPARTMENT, AND TOY DEPARTMENT. AFFLY BEFORE 10 A. M. 12TII 6T. ENTRANCE. LADIES can secure rood paying business, clean out. door work, selling Sadler A Co.'s Furniture. Piano and Wood Friction Polish; one hundred per cent, proat: best polish In the market; sells rapidly on lit merlta; medals and diplomat awarded. For terms und particu lars apply or address SADLER k CO , 741 urand st.. Jersey City. MIlXINtHltY MCHUOL. Sellable, tint class Art thoroughly taught In most r radical manner. Those studying at ouce wlllberltted .JtkiP,1".on, fommg fair season; twenty lessons tlO. Prlrate Millinery Parlors. 83 Clinton tt . Brooklyn. MEN'aNECKWEAR Bxperlenrrd four-in-hand mak r wanud; ibslds work; best nrires paid. bOHAUL A BURCK. C3T Broadway. R".0T A CO. want experienced pressert on . ladles fine underwear: also hand embroiderers on nannelt. Apply at Manufacturing Ofaco. 67 W. 18th it, CTEAX POWER. Liberal prices paid to first-class operators on Infants' tllpt and dresses; steady work. STERN A SC1ILOS8, S3 Howard it. SCARFS. Careful Inttructloni In sixteen styles of Tseks, puffs, and bowt till perfect or itinpey relum ed; teaching. S3: work home or store guaranteed at good prices. 7U Charlton st.. near Hudson st. STENCIL MAPCOLOItEKa wanted, must be good help; none otber need apply. JOH N M. SCHMIDT. 07 Barclay tt. STRAW SEWKRS on Wlllcox A Globs machines: also operator on wiring and papering machine wanted. BLOOM. MXvEK A CO., 63 Crosby it. SALB80IRL wanted, experienced tn book and nation cry business. Call Monday, after V, 660 nth by. UMBRKLLAB Ynunggclrl to make umbrellas. 441 otb ar between a3th and 27lh its. WANTED Muslo teachers to call or write for par ... tlculart how to make money without Interfering with tbtlr regular profession. MUHIC. 88 Madison tt. Brooklyn. WANTBD-Fourtoslxgirlt to wind ttlerranh tape ... Papers- clean and steady work, and will he paid whtlelearnlng. Apply at B2 and B4 Duane it. WAInT UAND8.-Experlencrd bands wanted. DOYLE. 4QP West BSth it ANTED-A dressmaker with reference. 2,105 61h ay. flowfltc Jbtxvnw Vautft.. A FRENCH MAID AND SUAMSTHE8S wanted; must be a good dressmaker and have good city refer-5cf- Apply baturday, from U to 11 A. VI, at eu East otilhst. NEAT GERMAN aiRLforup-staln work In a small family; must be a nice washer and Ironer and ablt lo sew; reference required. OS East B4tb si. tl APABLB GIRL WANTED for easy housework: family three persons; wages from Sri lo f 13, according to capacity; references. Call afternoon. bTEPIIENB. 280 West 83d si . CIIAMBERMAID.-Wanled, smart glrlohambermaldi , , assist waiting: boarding house. Call for 2 days. 10 o'clock. 188 West aid it. CUAMBKRMAID.-Cnlored girl for chamberwork; , eraahlnr and ironlur. must titep home; wtfttSll', CHAMBERVfAIDA flrl to do chamberwork, wash lug, and Ironing. 72 West BBIb si near Ulh ar. COOK. Wanted, an experienced cook for a boarding house. Call, after 1. 118 EtatlOlU st, IRL WANTED Competent, small family; flat; ref erences. ABKPaU. 218 Batt CWth it. GERMAN OIRU speaking English, for general nous. work in prirate American family, 2J4 Wett 3lttst, HOUSEWORK. Capable girl wanted In small family at easy housework; moderate wages; refsrences. Call anernoon. BTBPHBNH. 3311 West 3dtl. H" OUaEWORIC.-Oompe.ent girl for general bouse. work) good cook and laundress; two In family; German or Bweda preferred. OBAWT. 14 K. 135th at. HOUSEWORK. Wanted, young girl to do general housework for a small famtly; good home. Call atrly., 8M5RO, 71 Salt 12U it. $mtttt frxvim WattM. Hru57wc?fcd3!l.,nSw.nf',rt WM,rt fWn" . atme. l-QLIFEttK. 180 Wett RM st HOCBBWORR. Oemanor Swadlth girl for general housework In a family of three; reference required. C. R. BLBIL. 811 Wetrt WCh tU OtTSKWORK.-fltrl .wanted for general housework for family of two: antt tpeak Spanish. . SOLOMO.S. fag Welt Mill tt HOl'SRWOftK -Wanted, girt Swede or Norwerlaa, Utely landed, at honseworki wsresSA. HDBNBrfftO. 806 East Hth It UOUSBWORK.-pirl for general bouseworki no took- Manhattan aT, near llettt at. elerator. UOUSBWORK.-Olrl for general honsewotkln flat; " Am,"BL'r'.'la.l.'1r', "" ?""" " " J OU8BWORK.-Olrl for gtneral housework: plain HOUSEWORK. Oentral houteworker and a none to ,0?2R.W.drlli rooI "Urir ' oompetent penona. o t.est eum tt. H"W8RWORK. Olrl wanted for houetworki good .. .CSS. "i laundrett; references required, lis tiett 2eth it. .... .. m , . HOUSEWORK Wanted, girl to do housework and help with otuidren, .Call at 0- Bait lieth it, flrsl OU8KWORK. A.gopdjrlrl fnrjrsneral housework In small family. J. ALTUEIMBR.107 East 118th it. HOUSEWORK. Plain cooking. washlnsTlronlng; three In family: 10. lrs. BftOOKH. P87 4th ar. HOUSEWORK Young girl to do homework: family of two: reference 3IH rtatt 63d it, onttlde belL H OUSEWORK. J. an and wife, housework nnd oserul. BACON. 8S0 8th ar. HqUSEWORii-Wanted. girt for general homework in flat: small family. l72Wcttl24th.it. Nt'RSK Strong German girl to mind baby and help with housework In a flat. ' CHICHESTER, 314 West 26lh tt. J URRE.-Olrl. IB. to mind children a"nd"atslstwith . . ""ht housework: sleep home preferred. 821 East Thirtieth tt. ' NURHK. Wanted, little girl to mind haby; good homo; $4 month, Keoueh't bell. lon East 14th, st NUKSK tllrl. shout 14, tn nurse hsby: slcephome preterred.BUROLB, 281 Last IOtli st, top floor. NunSE. GIrL 18. to mind bahr. do lUht housownrk: . I'EXTZ. 100 East 87th st, NURSE. Wanted, a young nurse girl who can speak I ronch or German, 148 East OUth tt. TI URSE. Wanted, girl. 14, to mind baby. 2,291 24 MART WOMAN ror general housework; not afraid ot work; wagei 112. 130 Eatt'l.'eth it, corner Lex ington nr. 1MDY GIRL Competent plain conk, laundress, house work: $1(1: Norwegian. German. Swede preferred; American family: must bare good reference. 10s West 102d st. WANTED Aglrl to ukej-nilro care of a baby, year ... . olli' Norwegian or English preferred; must be kind and obliging and hate irond references. Oil be fore 12. HOLLAND. B West 9L'd st. WANTED Good, honest girl not afraid of work: wageitlO. Call from 10 to 1 2. NE AL. 103 Wett 80th It WANTED Plain American woman for general housework; mast wash and Iron well and hare personal references. Apply 423 East 88th st WANTED A German or Jewish girl for general 'homework; cook. wath. and Iron; small family. Call before 12 M, 167 East 86th tt V ANTED-Germanglrlwhooanwaih and Iron and FlIc'nBfll.l7,'6f8d''.tr';"n- 'n """ '"""' " 117 ANTED-Girt to do good plain cooking, washing .ini,Jr"lln'- AWy. "Itn city reference, at 163 West 441b. st, " 11 ANTED Girl for general work; small family, J Mrt. W. L. 1IAWLEY. 129 Wett 87th tt Uf ANTED A neat young girl to do chamberwork, waiting, and plain Ironing. 213 East 82d tt WANTED-Young woman, lately landed; plain wash. Ing and light work. 11 Bast 77th it WASTED A good conk, and to astlit washlng;"ref ereuce required. 134 East 74th it. ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS Strong boy; mutt be ex perienced In cutting arttnelal flowers; good ref erences required. T. SIMON. 12 Bond it, np ttaln. ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS Boy about 18 yeara. from German parents, wanted H. KATZ. 16 Bait Houston it BRUSH MAKERS wanted on camel's hair and filch rarnlsh: also artist brushes. C, T. RAYN0LD8 A CU. Pli mouth st, near Gold. Brooklyn. BOY WANTED who knows how to feed a ruling ma chine. T. W. JONES. 60 Ann tt RASS MOULDKR on chandelier work wanted. JOHN WILLIAMS. 644 to 658 ttett 37th It BRASS AND LOAM MOULDER wanted. EASTWOOD WIRE IK). CO, BellerllU. N.J. COMPOSITOR wanted: a young man experienced on newspaper work, for a tillage paper. Address, tinting waget expected, B. M. A, box 12. Bun orace. CAPE MAKERS AND SMASHERS -Wanted, six call makers and two iinashera. Apply at book bindery, 430 West 14th st. OPPER8MITIIH Wanted, a few first-class workmen. Applr to KNOWLES A KEARNEY. 6IS Wait 181h it. COPPER-PLATE PRINTERS . TIFFANY A CO.. Union square. lBthst door. CUTTER on Rberldau turn-table machine. IIUKB.PRINTINO noUSB. HJaoobtt JTLINDFR FEEDER. 10 Beade it JNISIIKliR wanted. rlrsKlass, on iron stain. Wa LIS IRON WORKS. Morrlt tt Jersey City. HARNESS MAKER8 -Wanted, good Utter and t'ltehert: only good hands on heary custom work ft"jerse CU" 8l'"KLI''BEBl'EB, 85 Montgomery HOBSEsilORR-A flrst-claat fireman wanted M. II. COCHRAN, P. V. B . lie West 18th at J OB COMPOSITORB waited at " " NICOIX A BOra. 18 Dey it ' MEN'S NECKWEAR,-Experienced TeciTtcart mak en wanted; Inside wort: best prices paid. gCIIAUL A BOHCK. 637 Broadway. MONOGRAM STAMPERS nn fine stationery. TIFFANY A CO . Union square, isthst door. STENCIL MAP COLORERS wanted, must be good help: none other need apply. ..uu.ijp. JOHN M. SCHMIDT. 87 BareUy it SUTB ROOFERS wanted. ' WM. MARTIN. 76 Bchennerhorn tt. Brooklyn. UMBRELLAd. Wanted, experienced man to Iron. HERMAN BAMBERGER. 14 Whitest. WANTED-Good pressman to ran pony cylinder and two. Jobbers: must be quick and do good work: jages.813. Address, with reference, PONY, box 21 . Sun office, WOTED Experienced eutten on label rutting and i.oia!!lMr??l?JPri9,in'wAd',r,THB UNITED STATES PHINTINQ CO, 61 North 3d tt. Brooklyn. E. p. W11- compositor who hat had experience In price list work. Appy 7:30 A. M, Monday, to T. MILT6N TAYLOR. 183 Bowery. New York" WANIPDTA K00 obDln earrtage blacksmith isa mediately. Inquire of W. U. ANDERSON. Yonkers. IRB WOBKERS.-Wanted. hande nn offloe ralUngal W. B. E8TEY. 71 rollnn tt. WANTED Tinsmith, bring tools. fornSO 8d ar.; alto a young man. under Instructions, for clumblnir. WAI03E4,harO1 Uti ,Ux'r APP'y. w"h toola, at yy ANTBli-Two-thlrd Job compotitor. 808 rulton it, Wanted mRUfiM$tttuova. AOKNT8 WANTED to tell the Essex Button Co.'s pad lurk buttons; fastened Instantly; remorabit at Sleatun; box by mall, 10 cents. BOW Broadway, near uano st. AGENTS-io to7 dally; experience unnecessary rxclusire territory. " PUTNAM A CO . Perfumers. West Wlnsted. Conn. ANY ONE desiring to become a telegraph operator may bearof an oppor unity by addressing KXrtSBT TELEOIIaPHBR, uoxl 1? 33Q Welt 21 tt it. AGENTS-46 dally; see needle-threading thimble: greatest norelty on earth, 7 Warren it, room 81. CIOAR PACKKK.-Wanted. a married cigar packer to go to the country to teach packing and pack. Ad. dress, airing age, references, OPPORTUNITY! box 182. nun office. CASH BOVH wanted. LORD A TAYLOR. Broadway and 20th it. t" 'I OACH DRIVER who knowtNew York and Hrooklyn; J experienced man. SOU Washington st, Brooklyn. C'LERK. Office boy. 84 GO; boy to learn bartending: ' drlrer'i helper. 80tl Washington tt.. Brookl) n! , ' ROCERY CLERK (German preferred).-steady work, good pay. SOU Washington st. Brooklyn, room 3. PtCKER FOBBM AN wanted In one of the largest rlgsr factorial to uke charge of about fifty packers: eir.eri.noed men only need apply; tlesdy position and liberal salarr. Address, staling reference and experience.- PACKER FOREMAN. I'. O. BtaUon U Ne w OfK city. PAPER IlOIEa.-Flntcla.s talesmen wanted. wutiuiing, jm nowery C1ALEBMBN on salary or commission to handle the J new Patent Chemical Ink Kntlng Pencil. The great fit telling novelty erer produced. Erases Ink I borough. ly In two seconds: no abrasion of paper. 30U to MX) per cent. prom. One agent's sales amounted to SU20I tlxdays; anothtrt32ln two hours. Wewantoneen ergetlo general agent for each State and Territory. For termiand fuUnartlculars addren THE MONROE ERASER UFO. CO , La Crosse, Wit. SALESMEN wanted on Rand. Mc.Nally A Co.'. Indexed .. .i'f ?.f ih0 "orld, anatitlrely new work, to be pub lished In February. leltt2;lbo Urgest and best general atltt published In any country: new censut figures, latest changes in boundary lines, latest railroad exten lions Ac: mane of allot (be principal rlllrs. Ac: can jrassjuit starting and exceplional opportunity ofiertd to good men; salary or commission. RANI). McNALLY A CO, 838 Broadway. SALESMAN wanted for our retail department: liberal .. tfLU' T"h ehanca for promotfon, to right man. Call B4 Montgomery it, Jersey Clly. S" TBNOGRAPIIER AND TYPEWRITER: competent young mini atata age and salary expected. K. B box 040. Vonters. N, Y. STRONG BOY to run errands. " (1. II ARDENBEROn. 113 Kauau it. WK OKFKK AOENT8 big money. In exclutlre terrT tory. Our new patent safes tell at tigbt in city or country. New agents lint In Held actually getting rich. One agent. In one day cleared 888. So can you. Catalogue free. ALTINE SAVE 00, 808-S7X CUrk it, Cincinnati, u. WANTED-Sollcltort of good address, capable of sell. Inggoodt,energttloand persevenug; or commer cial travellers who are tmd of the road and with to re main at home Apply lo ri ABNOLD. 820 Broadway. N. T. ANTEIvy.'ewsboye and street fakirs tossllthen cent Chicago Police Timet "extra." rnnufnlng latest account nf the hulllran-Slarin prlae fight. WM CONNOIIB. cor. Monroe and Catharine ita. tlT ANTED Industrlout salesmen to seU all kinds TT house furniture, blankets, rugs, clocks. lamps, am! te:"woo"f;u, "BOCKWAY'S, aia f WANTED Kiperlsnced talesmen to aeltCallgnph trpewrlter In New York city and Tlelnlty. THE AMERICAN WRITING MACHINE CO, 337 Broadway, yew York. T ANTED All persons nnt paid for tbelr labor or TT their goods to call at TIIORNB'B law and collection office, nop Broadway, near Pnanaet. Adrlcctnc. WANTED A imtrt young men about 20. to work In rssUurant. Apply 86 Bridge it. near Broad it, Monday, after 8 A.M. " jSitimtiottif 7R itntf fl -tmnltg. AH AMERICAN GIRL, who It an experlsneed cor respondent and can operate Remington typewriter, woald Uke petition ot any kind In an offlra. Addren r unw.it I36th st A COMPETENT LADY of gnat ability would loin a party In a ntpectable buslnese: pie aae aire all par ticulars to tecure atttntlon. Addrt.s BEST REFER ENCES, bog 116, Bun office. A" "MERICAN LADY (middle-aged) wlshet position at useful companion or nune to elderly or Invalid ladyi geod dressmaker. Address Mrt. r, 15 South 6th av. fat. Vernon. N. V. ItEriNKt) TTIDOW wantt apoeltlon at houiekeep- er or wait ou Inralld; Atnerlcani liest of refer ence. Addren K. C. box 88. Port Bwcn. K. V. A COLORED WOMAN wantt family watblng at home. 142 Wett lttth tt, aecond floor, btck. A COLORED WOMAN wlshet situation it cook. Ap plyatfot WettMtbit CIIMPANION. tdy knowing the English language wants tltnatlon at companion and Interpreter to a lady or family travelling, for Greek. French. Italian, Turkish, or leschsr for the former thneltnguages. Ad dress K. 2.261 rhlllp St. DRESSMAKER, formerly with Jennings A Co. wishes a few mnn customers at home: suits, 88 up: chll ursn's suite, 84. M. B. FALLON, 1.043 Od av,nctrB2dtt ENOLISII WOMAN as cook: tmall family: city or country. Address 204 Wett 82d it, first floor. GOOD LAUNDREbS to take a ashing home. COLLAY. 1H0 West 17lh it G"K.TS'AM FAMILY WASHING. 7.V. per dozen: open all Urylug. Mra JOHNSON. 128 West 30th st J oil BUNK Book HBWER wants situation: under. standi making up work. K box 183, Hun olTlcc. IADV, experienced, uidentandi bookkeeping, bank J idg, uuKlnma, Ac iletlres corresiMinUence with lnnnufarturer wishing to open branch office In Canada. Address Miss CLARK, care of Room 1. 34 Tonga it, Toronto. STENOORAl'IIER. Young lady desires position ai tte nographer and typewriter; operates Hammond or Remington: 3 yean experience. Addren K K-, box glikSiinuilice. ' WKDIBII GIRL would like to get a place at cook In a small prhate family. Addren 233 Eatt 29th tt, tare of Mrs. JOHNSON. VISITING GOVERNESS A cultivated lady would Ilka a position as visiting governen In a private family to teach the English branches and German and begin ners In French or Latin. Addren E. U. T, box 140, Hun up-town office. 1.2H6 Broadway. jFauatsOM Wantrd gtlf ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNER and draughtsman wlshet situation, five yeara' experience; or fur mm drawings and specifications: short notice Ad drcn J box 184. gun office. AFIRST-CLABH IIAKKR FOREMAN on all sorts of bread; flrat-clau Vienna bnad and rolls; alto on patent and Vienna pans. 806 Eatt 10th it AYOUNO MAN wlshet light position In an office; can .tpeak English and German well and writes a fair hand. Addre.tW.VBTTER. 1333d St.. city. BO r, Respectable boy. 16, wishes tltnatlon at wagon or errand boy; belt of references. JOS. DALY. 228 West 144th It, city. ABINETMAKER Young man, 12 yeara' experience as foreman, wishes good situation. MAYER, 384 Grand ar, Brooklyn. DRIVER. Young man, 28. wlthet a position at driver In tome retail dry f ooda houte, and can alto fur nlthtd A 1 nfertnea. and alto bondt tf required. Ad dress Cll ARLC8 A. ULLEY. 244 East 3th it, city. NORATBR An experienced steel-plate letter en graver seekt steady employment In some large city. New York preferred. Addren GRAVER. 162 8th ar. XPBR1ENCBD watch caae and Jewelry polisher wlshet tteady situation. Addntt ANXIOUS, box 318. Sun office. FOREMAN AND SUPERINTENDENT In large cornice and skylight shop: A No. 1 carter anddnughtiman; thoroughly nndantand mj butlnett: work In tin. cop per, and aheet Iron: also do blacksmith work In angle and T iron: make my own tools, and keep all klndaof machlnea In repair. Addren II. K.. 267 Wett 42d it P ORKMAN AND SUPERINTENDENT in large cornice and tkyllght shop; A No. 1 cntterand draughtsman; thoroughly nndentand my business; work In tin. cop. per. and sheet iron: alto do blacksmith work tn angle and T Iron: make my own tools, and can keen all kinds of machines In repair. Addren II. K, 267 West 42d tt HORSE8HOBR. A nrtt-clan horse sboer wants steady Job. Addren VAN BUBBN. 292 Tan Brunt at, Brooklyn. JOB COMPOSITOR, all round and stono hand, detlrea position; sober and reliable. A. B box 160. Sun orflca. MILLWBIGIfT AND CARPENTER Is open for a posi tion aa foreman or tuperlntendent. or would ac cept position with a large house to make repairs: understands all klndt ot machinery: alto tt a thorough workman In all kinds of woodwork; six years with last amployer: best of reference!. M box 227. Sun office. MUSIC A young man familiar with string, read, and wind Instruments alto (food eight reader In vocal music, would like position ot trntt; reference! ad security If desired. Addren MD8IC. Bun up-town offlco. 1,2(16 Broadway. MARRIED MAN. all-round cook, capable of taking entire management of kitchen, seeke position; country preferred. A, ROSE. 107 York it, Jeney City. MARRIED MAN, 85 yean of age7experleneed Janitor, wlthet any kind ot employment: best reference!. OLENNON. 1.067 3d ay. RINTER. Young printer, of good babtts and obar acter. would ilka to make arrangements with a non union office; can furnish references. Addren O. W. BROW NINO. 281 West 4th tt, city. PRINTER, with long experience In book, newa, and Job work, wishes position: understands pressea and gross work; qualified to Uke charge. ENERGETIC, ox 148. Bun up-town office, 1.285 Broadway. PRINTER. Young man would like work in printing MT office; can distribute and aet reprint A. II, box 105, Hun up-town office. 1.385 Broadway. PRINTER Young man, good twn-thlrder. wanti tteady position to nnUh. STEADY, box 184, Sun offloe. PRESSMAN. Situation wanted by a Ant-elan cylin der and Oordon pressman; 15 years' experience. STEADY, box 211. Sun office. PAINTER AND FAPERnANGER wanti work: good mechanic; city or country. C. J.. 270 Wett 84th it POSITION wanted to feed pointer machine tn bindery; long experience. Addren H box 218. Sun ogles. STRONO YOUNG MAN. 18. wlthet to learn hors.ho Ing; rcfcrcncee. FRANK JAEOER, 435 Eatt 70th tt WANTED A potltion aa driver for tome houee. nr In side work preferred. Addren O. C. B, SO Col urn but av. WANTED Light employment three evenings weekly. C. Uboi 140. Bun up-town office. 1.285 Broadway. YOUNG GERMAN lad. IP. desires situation aa driver or In store: ipeaki Bogllih; sleeps home. II. 0, 1.233 Lexington av. OUNO MAN would like a tltnatlon aa blaoknhtth'a helper. Addren WILLIAM BOYD, 444 Wett Euth it. ANTTUINO in diamonds, watchu. One Jewelry deliv ered on 81 weekly payments. UNION WATCH COMPANY. 388 Broadway. WE SELL WATCHES, diamonds. Jewelry, oa 81 weekly payments, everything guaranteed. EXCHANGE WATCU CO, 340 Broadway. enc. A WEEK. Diamond rings and earrings. 85 and tV up; wedding rings, silverware, Ac; mall orden promptly attended to. J. W. MYERS A CO, 04 Nassau st flffttT jtf HrHJtUtt. DK8KB.ROLI.TOrS. PARTITIONS, counters, ibtlvlng. railing, tabltt, ihowcaies, store and offloe flxturts. No. 14 Bona tt DESKS, roll topi, partition!, railings, counters, thslv tngs: ttorts, offices titled, yactory, 60 Elm it, nsar Leonard. cfuroUurtv " eam, .--.---- ------ - j-- , yjf A-A.-FURNITUBE AND CABPKTB-In fact every. thing tor housekeeping cheap at tbe old and relia ble house or TUOS. H ILfJa, d aurf 10 4th av.; oppoalla Cooper Institute, New York. ' -"PP"" IURNITURE sold without rash deposit: longest ored. n&ffwi. ,&cw..t"2AhNit'g,'li", mawd,ao- Alfittlmtauit. BOOKS BOUGHT. BOLD, AND EXCII ANO E D.-ifave .,. yoo;P'. h""" .,0,,1"I5 "" " " "" them to us or send us a postal card: .via will call at your rest- itr.c.. fl.t,?! ti5'i,M'.n,lw.",PF Fon the highest cash prices lor old and new bookt in large or tmall Quantities. LOVERING'M NEW YORK bUok'eXcI II ANGE. '81 Broadway, opposite Denniux's. DILUARD AND POOL TABLES, new and second hand; JD auction prices. unit mil CO. 1(1 Fourtbav" fltllB BFST BILLIARD AND POOL TABLFfi 1 THE BKUNhWll.K.BALKE-COLL"NDER CO, Broadway, corner 17th tl. I Union Square). ort aua rf-uttil, LOST-Last evening between 40 WesT337rsiTand fit h .,Jfr".U?.t toW "atoh with huntlngcaUind short main. A liberal rewnrd for Its rstuni to Mrs. C. p. MACDOUOALL, The Cambridge. NOTICE.-Tbt annual mtetlngofTheocTny'for at th. 'i ?,lnJl ".Ml 'SiyRga'". ' ,T"Bn " m berhe?d at tba "Home," 868 West 83d tt on Nov. 80 at 1 o'cltick '"' i C. MITCHELL, Secretary. torarje. POST'S BROADWAY BTORAOE, 1,364 Broadway, oor ...i,.,rMii1." '.OOOrooms; 1 to 820: sober, careful fitVltiffilitT r,iii"".m"i'"- P""h' and shipping: lowest prices; trunks, free access. 26 ccuta month. ..,,. Clnirrjipntg. H,J2.CLA,BVorA?t Tu avtrylhlng from ...rd.ll,0 fI?Y! hidden mysterlst reTiiOed; long eparatedbroufhuofttbsr. 31of3tlar. &!to-'J:..? t' Vrm'Afi giiitoToiratcafv spring, &r. MASONS HAMLIN PIANOS ARE FAST BECOMING AS FAMOUS AS mason sc HAivinr, ORGANS. Foreaihandeiiy payment!, or may be rented t,t!i amount of rent paid equal! price of inilrutnen:, h,i It become! the property ot person tenting wuj00 further payment. BEND JFOll CAT.VI.OaUE. Warerooms, 158 Ffth Avenui DOYOUWANTAPIANil? (Don't ropy this bend line ) New or second band, Squire nr Upright! If c .,,, name and address and receive promptly rAiaioffn.r2; mil Information. Special bargains this eck intlit,J nsed a short time. Ilighgradn in.trcnnctiU t..rr' '; easy monthly payments. Itents.84 and$. Mrmomh Fix months allowed It purchased. Second h-ind i-l.i,,i taken In oxchance. "-uui TEEK A SON OlfgtT ). corner Broadway and 7t tl FISCHER riAlVOsT" Laretit miaortincnt of Urn n tit, tiraml nnl nr rnrt mmlirato irlcei: CAti. lnlaUiufiiI, ar,J- rliamred: alio plan on to reut. ttureral tmrjtntiiv in sU, ond'bADU pl&iinn. (1lftrcut innkt-rp, at Imp l.n.'ejL WSCHI.K riA.Ml WAIlKRfM)Ml 310 0th AY., cor. 1UU. M ..Ntow er AITBNTIOK ! The popular Kraknner pianos tn rent as rnoutlilv Rent allowtd it purchased within rranonAM. ttma llrrat bargains in seennd-hand pianos of otlier nuk., rromtl2Mipv,nrd. To rent, 84 monthly. MtAhAUi IIROt , 4(1 1'iiloti square; np-lowu areroouitaud tto, lory. 1C1I.1I11 hastlauttist. Not examine Into tha merits ot the EMERSON PXAKOS Retort purrbasing elsewhere Pi Fifth are, between 14th and imh sis AN ASSORTMENT nf second-hand grand nprleht tnl square pianot of our uwmuuke. In perfect conn. tlon and fully warranted; also a nnmbcr or secoal. band pianos of other prominent makers ut tery luw prlcea WIW. ICMARI! A- CO., 1A Stfc Ave., neiii- KOth Ht Jctr Tork. ArntY GOOD BARGAINS in tecond-baiiil uprTcht and square pianos taken In exchange: these pianos m In excellent ordei .and will be told at low pru et. MSCUEIt PIANO WAIIL1I00VS. 110 6th ar., corner lntb tt AKINE-TONED UPRIOHT PIANO for H.'rre.Tr' B. COSDRON. OOil Last 21H tt. LPHONbE MAUN, l'lano tuner. 813 esf4Jd tC L"ILI!UAM 0R0AN8, 870, with stool, lamp, and Looki i easy payments. JACOB BROTHERS, 1P5 Broadway. Brooklyn. ELEOANT UPRIGHT TIANOS. SlfTr.; 8 rn7n"tMyi Stelnway, bargain. tVIS8NEB,208aud30J Imton at, Brooklyn. Open evenings. FOR BALE Magnlflccnt upright piano; has all tht best and perfect Improvements; benutlfnliy carved case: brilliant and powcrrttl tone: cost Vim alx month! ago; guaranteed by maker; will sell for 8200 cash. Call private bouse, 113 Eatt Cvth tt, be tween Lexington and Park nvs. F. CONNER. 4 Knat ASri Mt. ' Upright and tquare plannt forsala and rentonesry terms of payment; second-hand H), 7G, $100 upward. LADY eacriflcer elegant nprlgbt piano, cost enootix months ago; tell 8130; ttuol; cover. 23d East 84 tb tt. near 2d av. MATHVHHEH; PIANOS. ' Aflnt aasortment of our new ttylci of uprlghti la rotewood. ebonlxed Circaitlan walnut. Aa. caned s&4 hronied paneli; 25 styles to select from allorthefliieit qua lty: easy payment system nnd rontalt: somt goM teoond-nands allow prloes: tend for handsome cata logue. MATIIUSHEK PIANO MIQ. CO, 80Ctbar.,2il door below 14th it IANOS. Chlckerlng, a bargain; new uprights, S2U0; easy payment! and to rent JACOB BHOTIIEBS. 19S Broadway. Brooklyn, PIANOS foriale and on Installments Rents S3 on. SCHUBERT PIANO COMPANY. 035 East 1341b st HTKCK PIANOS. 'Wstrvraama, Sleek Hull, II Knat latb at Pull assortment ot these reliable Instrumeuts; also a number of second-hand pianos, uriout makes and felly repaired, for tale. Tisnus lo reut STBRLIKcToBOANS. with book and stool, $8 monthly .till paid. WIS8NT.lt. 298 and 802 Fulton it . Swklya. WALTERS PIANOS ABB THE BEST. Easytrrmi T:cnt akd exehsnirwl 67 and 61) University place and 84 Eatt lilt tt. ATnREE-STORY BRICK BOARDINO RTABLeToowS town, accommodating 100 horses and 100 wagent, with elevator: low rent and long lease: 1 .1.000: .sir terms, or exchange for Improved clly property: ne agents. Apply to UBORCE HtEIFELD.da Nassau st. In person or by letter. ALBUM, with Swiss works, Swiss muslo boxes, Ac, must be sold. ML'S. I.VH'T MPU. CO, 342 Bowery, BUTCHLR AND LIQUOR STORES for sale at a t.ir gain. McKEON A CO. 788 Bedford av, Brooklyn. CIOAR STORE and billiard room: splendid location; . . hargaln: other business needs attention. AdJress HELL. 1.265 Broadway. DIAMOND CUTTINO AND POI.1H1IINO. Old-established place. Estimates glren on short notice for polishing diamonds Largo assortment of precloua stones tor holiday trade. L. LANCER. 81 Naesan st DESK8. rut topi, $10; roll lone, 820; factory. Jersey City. MCDONALD'S, 71) Natnau et. liOR SALE A handsome chestnut horse, fi years old, A' lMhandi: well broken to taddlu and harness; sound and kind: very nvlieh: rare chance for lady. Addren EDWARD L. MOORE. 8d0 Amsterdam ar, IOR BALE A hat store In best part ot Brooklyn. A Address HATS. 290 Broad ay. Brooklyn. FOR BALE Stationery, candy, and paper route. 401 Eatt 7Hth it. rpYPBWRlTERS FOR SALE.-Asslgnee sale new end ' A second-baud typewriters at half prloe; send for list A. W. PUMP A CO. Dayton. U. 1Q1 8TH AV, 117TII ANDllSTH bTS.-Dry and tpl fancy goods and (Inures for salo at lo wen 1 co.t: flxturet tullable for any business. c lfl BUYS new Home, singer. Domestic, w .w!i I V9AVNO. 2, No. 8, or Mlllcox A Olbbs sewing ms. chlnei; warranted; automatic: cheap; the largest stock of sewing machines to eelect from In the rlir fromt4.fX)op. KELLY A bON, 2UU Uracil st ! . gujJtaWiS Ciianrcsu ATTENTION. PUBLISHERSNew process printing slatei direct from photos; perfect substitute for wood cuts; halt price; prompt execution, excellent work. PHOTO-TYPE CQ.7Ulleekroantt, DRUO RTORE. Rare chance to get good corner drug store: business $10.IK)0 per year, owner not drug. gist: cheap. Address J, box 182. Hun office. ftURMTURE OK HOU8K. 14 rooms paying well; rent only 875; cash price, $350. 347 H est COtb st. THE PUBLISHER OP ANUMREROP TRADE JOUR NALS desires an associate who will demote hUen tlro time tn the periodicals, besides purchasing a halt Interest tor 81K.OO0: present net Ininme will pij-i.il per cent ou the Inve.tment and can be largely in creased: the highest social and business references given and required. Address " JOURNALS." box 1B2, Pun office. 1nnf LETTER HEADS. $t.75; buslnsss cards. 1 ,JUJ other printing low. UIIAPP A SMITH. 43 Broad St. &A At fs WILL BUY free and clear an cstabllshel SP'iftf vr good paying patent roadlclne busluessi recviiiii SDuo por month: books and accounts enn be shown to parlies uioanlug business: goM reasons for selUng. Call between U and 5 at 148 and 14H William tt.. city t7 rtClfs will buy one hair interest In an old es ffll.OUU lublishid ilronllo und Marble trorls. Own. i's son In-law, n ho is perfectly familiar with tbe business, will retain the other hair interest: owner going Houth, For partluilari addntt V. J, 0, Peat Ofllce box 74, Jersey City, N, J. oaitB. ADVANCES ON IinUhFHOM)" FURNITUBE'irlhout removal. RADI'LIKIE. 1117 Broadway, New York, and 37C Pulton tt, Brooklyn. $" 1 llfi IVANTED. us flrst mortgage on 600 Long I, UUU Island building lots J. K. IIV1INE. 233 Od av. Hew York 5!: .1. 18 Best Teeth H. Either upper or lower set on rubber. No more asked or taken. To pay more Is to throw good money awny. Volume of business luskes our low price. UoM tilling, Sl.Miun; soft nllrng,6ur tip: extracting, 2r,c, up; llli pure, fresh gas. MV Teofn madu ' bile ) nu s. i p. open all night, ilsy, and buuuay NKlVMlllK-'.ni.lllinv.; corner Kill at, BUOOKI.YN 47H I- niton si., but Elui place and Loesei JI'.KSKY CITY-Vrnk. rnr.tirotosts. In New York don't mistake next door for HANKS'S DR. I, J, IIIIYT, (lellllst (forinvrlynvrrslnteen yenrs at at'fl Pillion ft .opposite Clly Hall), bus remote! to his new nnd enlarged dental establishment. srr rulton st., thlnl block up. near Jay st, ilri-uklin, op posite llorton's; work warranted ELEGANT sold Ullliigs, gu'aranterd; inoTtfTato pricesT lir, Puller's Dental Parlors, 74 Vurlck .1. cor. Canal. IJtOKBALI'. nr horse-power eslliigboue, Jr. eiiilns, : food condition, SIM). OIL MlliDH J'RESBIN'G CO, II411roadst FOR hALK Metal nrrfornlllir marhlnei, and dies, new, LOIVIN bTOll'MiN A h()N,:il IprLCOst.N GiASENfllNKH "The dtto." 1 In WO II P. unite ' sally adopted for many ) cars In all ludUKinet " reliable, rtnuoiulcal. and superior motive puecr, i'-t 1 on or wrlio sole agents, A, U. MANNING A I'O, 18 Vcsoytl clUiHIurrij anil grrusiuaWnn. DUKHH HKI ItTH, separate" f roin I lie w IsTsTn s I the leading shades, such nt. black, naty, fit ' anlpjs. Scotcli chovtols pUliIs.nlni other ellit Is.at f .' I 8JKO. 4fA 85 M. and l ') tsrh, po.'ilttly "rni doubli ; altrreil without exlru rlitrse I'lo.ik rttidrj Itepsrtninit. lots i:kt Sill) S'l'llKKT, corn, r ttuar.. oter Jewelry store: uptnuaturdsyev'g Hut- .1 " "mavij TIIIH. Plush and fur cloaks steamed ud raadinvsrbeautl lotiy; dressts and cloaks made, t cry Utest styles. lo. ,tr,'ca. H.,u THOMSON and Mr. UOWKa, Urssa I .aadCloaj; niktn, 215 tJlb ay,