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Ta. ItrMr'i Father, Ik Bav. Mr. Oates,
Will Not Permit Her to Leave Bone.
PouoHgr.gpsig, Oct 15. Charlsa Klaflv. Jr..
yrraag boalneaa man In this oltr. Is in the
anomalous position of a married man without
wife. The o.-.urtu hare been reeorted to by
him to ascertain whether. If he ha a wife, he
to not entitled to her. and throuch thla me
dium the facta of an odd epleode In human
J . affair hare become public
Leas than a rear ago Mr. Kladr became
enamoured of Vlsnetta Gates, the accom
allaned daughter of the Rev. M. h. Oatea, then
paator of the Hedding Methodist Church In
thla elty. On April 17 last the younjr people
went to Cllntonale. a HtUe village In Ulster
eoonty. and were married br a clervrman
there. The marriage was kept a secret. In
June Vignette Gates graduated from Lyndon
Ball School In thla city, but her classmates
were Ignorant that she was a bride.
Mr. Klady visited his wife down to the time
that her father moved to Hancock, Delaware
eounty. last June, and afterward correspond
ed wtlh her. Unfortunately for their 'secret
It to said that one of Mr. KJadi'a letteia fell
Into the handa of the Rev. Mr. Gates, and 1U
eontents aroused his wrath. This was in Au
gust. Mr. Klady hurried to Hancock and made
I olean breast of the affair and pleaded for
permission to establish his brids In a home
which ho would prepare for her. Mrs. Klady
eras willing, but It Is alleged that Mr. Oates
ixpresaed his opinion of the elopement In
knguase used by laymen .n suoh emergen-
Mr. Kladr demanded his reasons, but the
oil answer vouchsafed br the clergyman was
Sat the young man was too poor to marry his
laughter, and he would not permit her to
leave home under any clrcnmatanoes.
Thla has been iho situation ever since Au
gust. Mr. Klady in the meantime has re
ceived letters from his wire begging him to
take suoh action in would establish her In nor
rightful plneo In his home. Heveral weeks ago
Mr. Kladr employed Alexander Dow as coun
sel and Instituted a suit for reparation from his
Wife. Service waCittempted of the summonslin
the action, but the Gates family heard of Mr.
uadr'a move and checkmated him. Ther sent
uelr daughter to Troy. ().. where she is under
the protection of relatives. The papers In the
sotlon will be served br publication, or per
sonally, under an order of the court. ....
There Is no ground for an annullment of the
marriage, and a separation suit will aceom-
Slsh nothing except to absolve Mr. Kladr from
is liability of supporting hie wife. I Is ap
parently his object in bringing the suit to
force the Rev. Mr. Gates to submit to the law.
ro accomplish this another action will be
brought against tho Rev. Mr. Oates for entlo
mg Mrs. Kladr from her husband.
leventeen-Yenr-OId Boy Abandons His
Plunder and Tries to Escape.
William Hufe. 17 years old, who says he lives
kt Evergreen avenue, Brooklyn, was arrested
b Jersey City resterdar morning and locked
IP on a charge of breaking, entering and lar
tenr. On Tuesday night last two tool boxes,
ana owned by tho United Oas Improvement
Company and the other by Oeorge Kelss. a con
tactor who Is laying gasplpes for the company.
rare broken open and some tools and three
rigs of lead were stolen. Yesterday morning
Hufo. carrying a bnndle. entered a Baronne
mr in which Thomas Cogan. who Is Interested
in the pipe-laying contract, was seated. Cogan t
totlcea the bundle, and suspecting that It con
tained some of the stolen lead, had the car
topped In front of the Ocean avenue police
Mellon and called a policeman. Hufe aban- i
loned his bundle and running out of the front ,
floor of the car jumped over the railing and
started ' up New street. The policeman and a
leteotlve pursued him, and the detective fired
several shots after the fugitive, but none of
Ihem took effect. Hufe was captured after a
lhaae of several blocks. The bundle contained
t pig of lead, and Hufe admitted having broken
pen the tool boxes.
ne Tried to Drive the Other, oa a Wager,
Across a Railroad and Lost.
Port Jeevir. Oct. "15. Raymond Crawford of
Heathers Hill. Hatamoras. Pa., drove his
lonkey to a cart in the firemen's parade in
Port Jervis yesterday. Last night, on a wager.
e attempted to drive his donkey over the new
railroad bridge across the Delaware Blver
Irom thla place to Matamoras. The bridge la
me-elghth of a mile long, and the
Ilea are eight inchea apart. The don
toy walked the ties until near tho cen
se of the bridge and then It made a
nlsstep, Its legs going between and its bodr
resting on tho ties. Crawford foil from his cart
lo the river below, a distance of forty feet. Af
ter much exertion ho succeeded in swimming
to the shore in an exhausted state. The donkey
Eas rescued from its awkward position by Mr.
rawford's friends. It was a foolhardy venture
trhioh the donkey's owner will not repeat
fohnnnu Bohrmann, an Actress, Beenmes
the Wife of a Milwaukee Merchant.
August Beinhardt, a merchant of Milwaukee.
ind Johanna Bohrmann, a German eatress,
were married by Justice of the Peace Oscar
Ichllchting in Meyer's Hotel, Hudson street,
Hobokon, yesterday morning. They become
toqualntod about a year ago, while Johanna
jam' Bohrmann was tilling an engagement in a (Jer-
P '.heatre in Milwaukee Shortly afterward
ma Bohrmann went to Germany to fill an
rement there. When she returned on the
i Herman Lloyd steamship Corlsruhe on
j Mr. Beinhardt was on the pier awaiting
Leaving out of consideration the purchase of
fifth avenue property by William Waldorf
Istor through Brokor George B. Bend, the
geek has been a quiet ono In real es
tate so far as the private aales are
joncerned. It la said that Mr. Astor's inten
don is to erect dwellings for renting purposes.
This is taken as another Indication of the deter
mination of the property owners who live above
forty-second street to keep business buildings
alow that line if possible. Ex-Qor. Flower's
urohaso a short time ago may be viewed as a
Itep In tho same direotlou.
There have been many sales of vacant lota
luring the weok, and not a tew of these have
Men located along Central Park West and
ippar Madison avenue. On some of these lots,
is the plans tiled with the Building Depart
nont show, there will be built flrst-cioss apart-
Rent houses and Hats. The sales at auction
iring the weok have been numerous enough
ind well attended, but the bidding has been
pw. An example of this was the sale of No.
KM Broadway, with a frontage on Crosby street.
fhere was but one bidder besides the plaintiffs,
newborn the property went for a small sum.
' The following are the comparative tables of
ihe conveyances, mortgagee and projected
buildings for the corresponding weeks of 1808
ind lcb7, us compiled by the Htcord and
ma. mi.
Oct. 7 la Oct. I, to
IS, inc. Ik, inc.
fatal number for Man
BBan sad Bronz 1SS 347
Usonnt involved fi.isi.ur.i $i,sso,38U
Vamber nominal su 146
amber 28d and 24th
Ward, omitting new
anx'ddist. (Act lbU.'.j. 48 ST
mount involved (42,65 (ie7.su:,
Number nominal 34 84
Humbcr 28d sud 34Ui
Wards, including new
annexed district 70 $3
Amount involved 178,180 (17(,740
Number nominal S3 41
total number convey
ances, Jan. 1 to date . . 11.789 11,718
total amount of convey
ances. Jan. 1 to date., t7a.eas.soi aat,3ie.4o
total number for Man
hattan and Bronx 3T8 3fl5
amount Involved (2.4(6.1110 (8,194.707
jfuniber over 6 per cent. 141 116
amount involved (1,048,810 (8JB,07i
Number at 6 per cent. . . . uu 113
Amount involved (837.660 1,7M,04(I
number at lose than a
percent ss (8
Amount involved (4os,7oo (744,000
Number of above to
banks, truat and lus.oo's 88 86
Amount involved (668.460 (961,600
total number of inort-
gagesjau. 1 to date... 18,478 13.686
Total east mortgages,
Jan. 1 to date (1(0,229.411 (1(7,049,979
Bomber of now build
ings 7( 48
Ksttniated coat (1.461.(00 (1,011,960
HSf total nmnbruewblJge.
Jan. 1 to date 3,846 3,824
Total amount of new
Mugs.. Jan 1 to date . (88,893.005 (B8.248.C06
Total amount altera
tion!. Jan. 1 to date. . . (8,004,386 (0.147.743
Include railroad and ferry mortgages amount
ing to (26,600,000.
Meal estate Private Bales.
The Ernat-Marx-Nathau Company has pur
chased ofuM H. Qsrding the four lots on the
went side of Third avenue. 100 feet south of
174th street Iu0xl2ft. The Ann aa aoWto
afanr E. Roblnsonthe two lota on the east side
oTThlrd avenoeTwft feet north of met street
100x50. She will ereet oa the premises fonr
atory flats and stores. ... , ...
Hlawson A Hobba wera the Arokers IB the
following aales: For W. H. Hall to Hotirr
1 Qppenhelmer. the southwest comer ofCentral
Park West and Ninetieth street rX).4xlOO.
terms private : for Cornelia fitorrstp Judson
Eawaon. the three lota on the north aide of
lTfih street, 100 feet west of Manhattan ave
nue, terms private. . , .
Henry Onponhelmer has bought from the
Nathan Clark esute two lots on the north side
of Eightieth atreet. 275 feet west of Amster
dam avenje. -..
George K Johnson A Sons hare sold to Rob
ert Davis No. 1110 Dawson street a two-etorr
brlok and brownstona dwelling, on lot 25x100.
Louis J. Levy haa purchased from Augustus
Prentice Nos.') and 98X Stanton street two
aix-storr tenements. Mr. Levr toe in x
ehanae from Mr. Prentice Nos. 1313 and 131B
Third avenue, two three-story buildings on a
P Arthur SrHodgea has sold to Oertrude B.
Rice No. 120 East Thlrtr-flrat street four
atorr brlok dwelling on lot 18.7x56.
Sender Jarmulaskr haa aold to Rebecca
Cohn tho northeast corner of Stanton and
Cannon streets, three flve-storr buildlnga on
the corner and two buildings adjoining, plot
W F. A C. H. Smith have sold the Jam;; A
Klrtland property, consisting of about flftr
elght lota, fronting on Westchester and Brooks
avenues, to Lorenro Woiher. Jr.. who win erect
flve-storr flats on the plot. The purchase price
waa about $300,000. The firm has also sold
No. 608 8t. Anns avenue, a four-atonr Jtriple
flat 25x100x120. to a Mr. Slllnskl for 122,500,
taking In part payment a flat 76x105. on the
northeast corner of Fourth avenue and Thir
teenth street. Will iamsbrldge. for $4.500 ; also
a two-storr framo dwelling, with lot on the
Sent aide of Thirteenth atreet Williams
ridge, for $4,500. The firm haa sold
for Mr. Pender the lot on the "northeast
corner, of Third avenue and 158th atreet
to a Mr. Baunders. for $12,000: also the
northwest corner of Brook avenue and. 158th
atreet for $7,000. The Arm baa bought of a
Mr. Colomorl and a Mr. Nabe. Nos. 2808. 2810
and 2812 Third avenue, forming the junction
ofThlrd avenue, Wlllisavenueand 148th street
foralout$0.l00. A five-story fireproof offloe
building will be erected, to cost about $35,000.
Randolph Ouggenhelmer has sold to Max
Hart Nos. 228 to 232 East Eighty-fourth street,
three live-story single tenements, plot 50.1OX
102.2. Mr. Hart gives In part payment the
Yuengling property In the Adirondacks.
William Yoeh has sold to Isaao Pick and Max
Hart the plot, 50x100. on the north side of
103d street. 1 25 feot west of First avenue.
A three and one-hair story brick dwelling
finuse. 25xH5 feet, on lot 38x100 feet No. 118
Willow street. Brooklyn, was sold by the L.
Moody Company for H. H. Benedict to H. I.
Judson: considcrat on $25,000 The same
Arm sold twenty lots on tho northeast corner
of Albany and Bergen streets. Brooklyn, for
the Standard Trust Company to Potta A Par
tridge, for $25,000. . .
W. Dewnop of New York has purchased of
Frank A. Cooper of Saugertles. N. Y for
$5,000. the two frame houses. Nos. 103 and
148 Prince street. The L. Moody Company
negotiated the deal.
New Buildings.
Plans were filed with the Building Depart
ment yesterday forthe following new Buildings:
By LudwigKonn, owner, for a six-story build
ing for stores and lofts. 25x8Ji.ll. at 50 East
Ninth street: architect W. E. Marbury ; cost
By Charles Maarden. owner, for a six-story
flat house and stores. 25x83.11. at 30 Madison
street, and for three four-story flats and stores
at south side of 125th street 308 feet west of
Amsterdam avenue: architects. Schneider A
Herter: cost. $07,000.
By Max 8. A. Wilson, owner, for a six-story
building, flats and stores. 25x51.11. at 68 Pike
street: architects, Schneider A Herter; cost
By A. A 11. Cohen, owners, for a six-story
building, flatsand stores, at 288 Broome street;
architects. Schneider A Herter ; cost. $25,000.
Corner building. 4SWHX102.2, 6 lory, with seven
stores. Three 26-foot buildinge, stores and spart
manta, These properties can be purchased at a great bar
gain. Full particulars of
WARE, GIBBS A CARD, i51in'n8
I.EOANT new one and two family houses, colT
venient to Proepect Park, will be aold on the
rnoet liberal terme. Call and examine. JOHN PULL
MAN, 741 Union St. corner r.tli ar.. Brooklyn.
parlor Hour four rooms deep; three-etorv, baee
xneniand extemion: box stoop; must be sold. Ap
ply on premises, 208 West 123d at.
FOR 3,000.
If you own a irooil lot I will build for 7011 thla ele
Baiit modern trii-ruom deUctaea bouse roiupleto
witb All linvrovementi, opn plumblnir, beautiful
misiit'-lH, Dverythins trtud, pyubla flD.bO per
nimitli; this ptvyt both principal and interest. No
cash payment required.
If you have no lots I will furnish both this houw
and two lots in Flatbush for a $600 cash payment,
balance on terms above stated.
CHAKU.H C. MA.NUKK. lanfat builder of houses
In the country .
Brooklrn Offices, 11 and 12 Kaf.li) Building; also
offlcri and dlsjilay rooms at 824 Flatbnah av. Open
day and avening from 7 A. M. to to P. M.
Don't purchase or rent
a house in Brooklyn
Until you have consulted
one or our three offices.
Houses and all descriptions of
property for sale or to let in all
parts of the city.
We have some of the best
bargains ever offered.
Leonard Moody R.E. Co.
20 Court St.
300 Flatbush Av.
746 Washington Av.
FOR SALE $4,000.
(oOO rasb. Brick; arranged tor oue feuillr. all
improvements; furnace In cellar; etreets paved and
sewered; sidewalks nagged and curbed; restricted
propertr; two blocks from Van Slclen av. elation.
Kings County L; open Hundsr xfUruoon.
Van Slclen ar., cor. Eastern Parkway.
JUiiiJl?ji!tate "yMrtietti
Br order of tbe Supreme Court,
two story and basement brick dwelling, will be aold
at public auotlon at the X. Y. Seal Estate Salesroom,
111 Broadway, on
Thursday, October 20th, 1898,
at 12 o'clock, noon.
By J. Montgomery Strong, Auct'r,
of the firm of Strong a Ireland, and under direction
of Clifford V. Hartridge. referee.
Tbe property will be sold free and clear of all In
cumbrances. for particulars apply to Henry W. Gainst, Plain
tiffs Attorney, o.v JTulton St.. Mew Vera,
1 1 iisi. iaMssaJiartisii iMsrtslI
9(1. ffjflltt eftt JlKU.
i,-i -.j j-i.rxsT-fij-Lrsnr juru-uvwwvi rv-ss-vry r - ss.i ,
Ms oounaim av stbab 7 st.
SunlstlyAsasisli 1 WswtBUe
At Low Prless.
(K.oaO-Tnree-stery IMeot htgk-stoow er American
basementt BardwtKhfirtm. svposed nlekal
lnmbtng; only three blocks from L"
(l(,00-TkreetorrbrevsionLBaywinawt aea
81st et. "Ll" exposed plnmblag.
(((.TSO-Thres-storr wowasssaei aU kardweeSi
ttt.e-tHAorrhiMloop1Met snd ; tenet en,
oonTsnlentto "L,rstotloand tnabeantl
fnl location.
(K.OOO-ktodem AM-stoiT brisk and brownetene
American basement hones in tbe Eighties,
near Riverside; will ssll at a sacrifice.
(0,000 Penr-story high-stoop browns tone; modern
plumbing, nswly decorated! 7th si., near
Dolnmbus av.
((0,000 ronr story high-stoop brownstoas In ths
Seventies, near Columbus av lR.SiBSx
lot 100.
(0,(00 Modern fire-story M-foot, American base
ment: newly decorated, select street Dear
the Park; owner going abroad.
((1,000 Tour-story and basement dwelling, IB feet
Sd extension; nickel plumbing, four tiled
the: restricted block: will eaerinoe.
(M.OOO-Wnrr SSTTt ST. (wide street, nndsr oon
trol of the Park Department). Pour-story,
else lOxSOxloo, and extension; handsomely
decorated: will sell at slow figure.
(,000 WEST TTTH BT Ponr-story hlsh-stoop
brownstona; hardwood trim, aled bathe,
Ac; IB-foot, bath extension; decorations
are new and expensive, parlors being hung
with silk.
MT.wOO-Ponr-story, 10-foot high-stoop dwelling In
the Seven ties near ths Park; finest of cabinet
trim, tiled baths, Ac; MUST BE SOLD.
(7,(00 WEST END AV. COMTEK, beautiful loca
tion, four stories, 20 ft. zSl by extension.
Do not purchase without seeing this house.
(sS.OOO Ponr-story brownstone, bay window, box
stoop; 10x58: dining-room extension; su
perior hardwood cabinet trim, tiled bsths
and kitchen, nickel plumbing; superb loca
tion; thla house is well worth (65,000.
(55,000 Pour-etory brownstone, bog stoop. 10x58x
dlninir-room extension xlOl.l; modern and
beautiful parlor In white enamel; 75th st,
near Central Park West,
(SB.ooo A Colonial Mansion, SB feet wide, near
Blrerslde; complete in every appointment;
thoroughly constructed, deviating from the
stereotyped New York house; not a dark or
unattractive corner In the house; key here.
((0,000 Four-story, near Central Park West, In 75th
St.: llxSSx dining-room extension X101.1;
selected csblnet trim; high grade sanitary
plumbing; handsomely decorated.
(55.000 Tour-story. 71d st, InxflBx extension
xlOl.l; bay window front, commanding
.xtended view of street and Blversldei
walls richly hung with special designs of
silk and tapestries; ceilings hand painted;
an extraordinary house at a bargain.
(6,000 A new modern five-story American bsse
RIVERSIDE DRIVE; size 26xG5x extension
llxlflx lot 1 00; architecture French Renais
sance; Interior trimmed with selectedlhard
Fire-story brownstone Double Flat, 2Bxox
100; well rented; ono block from " L" sta
tion; asking. IS.MO
Msw five-story Double Apartment; house
hardwood trim; exposed plumbing; all im
provements; size 15x80x100; private rears;
rent. (5,408; asking ((0,00
Amsterdam av. Apartment House, with
Stores, 36x86x100; five-story; three apart
ments on a floor; rent, (8,834; asking ((7,600
A. Six new private Houses, modern in every par
ticular; equity (44,000; will exchange for Property
below 69th st.
One block from Broadway, near Broome st Store
and Loft Building, well rented; asking (76.000;
mortgsgs (41.000; exchange for private House, west
On. of ths best paying Apartmenta In the city; no
vacancies; bona fide tenants: all improvements; size,
100x100: six stories; rent about (81,000; mortgage
(170,000; will consider a reasonable cash offer.
Amsterdam av. Front; size iso.oxioo. down to
grade-, asking (70,000: mortgage (80,000; wantln
eome Property and little cash.
Large amounts of 4 par cent, money
for first mortgages on modern office
Call or write for complete list
"We submit all offers
and. give quick; answers.
Telephone, 81 Columbus.
30 Minutes from Grand Central Deptt,
Is now offered for immrdiate sale, 10031.0. Beauti
ful view of Hudson Biver sud Pt.ls.-des. Best nelKh
borhood. Handsome homes adjoining and opposite.
Just the spot, sire, and location for an attractive and
delightful home, with plenty of irround for lawn and
table. To appreciate the above facta one must aee
and stand on the plot. Location east side of North
Broad war. south of Bhonnard place. For price and
terms consult ,
Cor. Broadway and Maiden Lane,
Mow York, or
TONKKKS. M. T. (Getty Square).
MOORE & SMITH, 74 Pine 8t.
t 1 sWTi CASH, price (B.noo: fine, threo-storr
H1 ,VJJJ brick store property ISzlOO: rents
(710; must bssold; mass me offer. THOMABBOasV
CRANH. cor. 6tu st. and 7U av., Brooklyn.
Sell estate or lt dounttju
Farms, larais.
Send for our big list of farm, and country proper
ty! free. JOHN R. CHAN, ALL A CO..
(IS Tempi. Court, Mew York city.
WANTED Purchasers for Vlnjluls farms at (8 par
acre and upward; desirsble homes; delightful
climate. Free catalogue.
GEO. E. CRAWFORD h CO.. Bichmond, Va.
9ex! itnuu fax Jlale (fonsecttrat.
IiXR SALE Twelve acrte uood laud; uood bouse
1 sud barn, two miles from larze village; one mile
from school. Mrs. RHODY TROY, Brsnford, Conn.
Seal ftfftatr fox alr er its t.
FOB SALE OB TO REST -Otreu eMI IXiuipan 'a
propertj, Uousatonic, alass. Apply Dr. GID
DINUb, on prcmlsca.
yl elrtste Jw Jlste-gtat IrtwU n Nttt f t jlstt f tsf f rtsss.
B aBvlylna- jroaip rent etaass paraausaci of a statue at
New Tar Clty'a c kolnrat WrttTaaara-esd.
Visit on either of above or any other day and see what Inglnslde Bouses and Lota really are. Only IB
minutes by business trains from 84th st, or Jam.. Blip Terries; commutation only 7c. Trolleys to
Manhattan and of Bridge via Flushing av.. 84th at. sad Sid st. ferries.
Terms arranged to salt all. Houses finished ready for occupancy.
Fine lots on installments, with building loans.
For best trains take following boats from tth St, Ferry: Week days 10:60, 11:60 A. M.; 11:60. 1:60.
1:60. B:20 and 4:10 1'. M. Sundays 1 1:50 A. M 1 :SO and 8:10 P. M. Our carriage meets trolley from Brook
lyn and all trains as above from L. I. City to MAIK BT. Free tickets and full Information on application.
i TCOxliLrl hi i At Brmh 0f,lce' 4I L 34,h st-,f Ferr
lSjCJi Brooklyn Branch Office; 38 Court St.
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J I 2 Awtw. Jfmotew from SHhSU Ferry. CemmntoUon I I J g
I I Ll KSiXtmiOmJuV CtnU, Ftrry to Ntm, g I
I 1 "J f. Yor. Trolleys Dinct to Thirty fourih Strtfi E i. B
1 b 1 BftoUyn Bridge mi Ftrrks. Pmre J g II
' 1 5 VJe- Cm. School rd Churches a 3
I R & 4 of tt Dtnommtiiora. S S. 8 j j
mf:f)tsf0)t)jmtm -9tw9tnnwbmt,m
Bjguest Sronufl anil Handsomest
Homes in Fiushiug. Eigiit Jnst Finished.
Flushing la br common consent the moat
beautiful suburb of Greater New York and Is
near tbe geographical centre of the city. It is
reacbod from Eart Thirty-fourth strret. Manhat
tan, br Ixmtt Island Railroad, time eeventeen
minutes to Mu rray Hill Station, or new York and
Queons County HlBctrio Railroad, also via Brook
lyn Bridge, by the Flushing avenue trolley.
Houses with nine and ten rooms each, all im
proTements, water, eras, electric lights, furnaces,
etc., at $4,200 each; lot GuxlOO, on easy terms
same as paying rent.
Property carefully restricted and only three
minutes from depot. Office, opposite depot.
Lota 35x100 at S250 up.
BABYLON. Cottage, first clsss; thoroughly fnr
ntshed; 12 rooms; city bathroom: lighted br
electricity: independent and local water and gas;
plot 20jz125; gentleman's residence; particular, to
reliable parties only.
ZACPAL A CO., 873 Fulton St.. Brooklyn.
of; ACRE FARM, e-room house, good cellar, barn
OO and other outbuildings; 200 fruit trees all bear
ing; 28 acres of cultivated land of dark rich soil, bal
ance heavy timber; the buildings are only tl years old
and located in a fine neighborhood, 3tJ miles from
New York in the vegetable district of Long Island;
price (1,200 cash, (BOO balance can remain on mort-
mVf. MADDEN, 161 East 04th st, Open evenings.
Seal CMtxte fox jsale IRtvs iMWfS.
There is a lot of oheap
stuff on ths market, which
does not pay to buy.
We think the man who
wants a horn, some day should
be a little particular as to
TENAEXY, his surroundings certainly the
investor should see the point.
X. J. We h.va a lovely town,
with fine Improvements made
and making, and you can
buy the best residence
plots for very little money.
II. WliATHiaUtY CO.,
271 Broadway, N. Y.
" Building .Lots
BUTHZRFORD C From (160up; (lOcssh.balsncs
, C So per month; also bouses from
AND t (2,600 upward; terms, (250
,. .....Mj... ? cah. balancomonthly. Call any
LYNDHUR8T. I Uy at l :so to go with us to view
. . s the property.
? 286 Broadway. New York.
FOR SALE; at NuUey, N. J.( a suburban residence
lmmedlstely adjoining golf links, and near bom.
hole; plot lBOzne, on high ground, with beautiful
view of Passalo Vslley. ..-. . ,
( House S years old, built In old Chester style, well
covered with Ivy, contain, ten rooms and bath, all
Improvements, Including electric lights. Address
Boz 181 Nutley. N, J.
FOR SALE on easy terms, new nous. Just finished;
high grounds; eleven (11) rooms, ail modern im
SrovemeuU; open plumbing work; convenient to
epot, villages, chunhes.aud schools. Forpartlcu
lars liiqulr. or address B. P. F.. 40 Ouloa st,. New
L "AKEWOOD, N. J. For sale, 7-roon cottage; hot
and cold water; bath, furnace, 0.: lot lOOzlSO;
price low ; terms easy. Address boz4Ql.lakewooa,N.J.
NUTLEY, N. J. Sal. or rent Sevan-room houss;
all lmprov.rn.nU; finished attic; parquetry
floor.: electric lights; perfect order: choice location;
occnJieTbTownw. JOSEPH M. KJUNK. 120 Hud
son St., N.w York.
9mI ittMt ux WU at ysssgs
)B EXOHANOE, a 16-room Pbllsdelphla board
ing house for a farm keeping about 17 head of
.took, and (6,000. whloh msy be paid by a mortgage
on the house: rare chance for woman to ezensnge
farm for property she can more easily operate. Band
for Illustrated circular. -' '
ANDBEVT B. HYDE, Putnam. Conn.
ilrtU 9U$Hj I iV-H Bltl
1141 WEST 55TH ST.
17-foot house; two-story eztenslon; unusually at
tractive; moderate rent.
Apply JAMES B. HAY. 71 Broad war.
Or Janitor, 103 West (6th st.
3M U'iHaJBTST, ar. y.
40 minutes via Erie Railroad ; several very attrao
tlve modern housea; well-shaded lawns; stablos;
"M0tOM0i yaMBU,zffyf 7WlhBro2f;ay.
Nutley offloe opposite station.
P. B. Baud for aiustratod clroular.
(f.tn.tirtt'S S,u'rJ5l!
HOUrtK on Lenoi Hill, neighborhood Madison
av. and (l)th at.; rant (2,600.
JAMES B. HAY. 71 Brosdway.
Attractive furui.lied house with large tudlo at
tached; allliuproveuicots; rent (ilux).
Hlnfunuihcd 'RoWs Zo t.
to lot ou wu.1 sidi , nilui'i i rents.
B. F. JA.Nfc a CO..
264ltsl 23d at.,
(6 Liberty .t
S eC-tt fr luKinnsu lurpontjf.
STORES, 1825 and 1827 Park av., each (26, and 106
East 126th st., r,0; will be altered to suit tenants.
MACLAY DA VIES, 44 Pin. st. or Weber A Leeoh,
105 East 126th st.
STABLE to let, 625 sud 627 East 11th St.,(0zl03,
four stories; 70 stalls; room for loo wagons: all
Improvements; long lease. Inquire Mr. HAYES, 631
East 11th it.
fl'RACY BANK BUILDINO, southeast corner Pearl
-I and Bookman sta. Store No. 106 Beekman stand
unusually light offices st moderate rents.
MACLAY s DAVIK9, 44 Pine St.
WALL ST.. (8. runniiisfthriugb to 8ti Beaver St.
Light offices with all modern convenience; low
rente. MACLAY It DAVIES. 44 Pine st
5TH AV., 92, near 14 tit st. Single room, second
floor, and entire third sud fourth floors, to lease
together or .eparate. M AC L AY a DAVIES, 44 Ptna at,
109 111 WK8T :i3l) ST., Near Broadway,
Size nOzHSzlOO,
6-story and basement business building; will altar
to suit tenant and lease for term or years.
A.O. HEOEMAN i CO., 1321 Broadway.
Finest location In Greater New York, nn a beautiful
boulevard, one block from Central Park: elegant
aoartments of eight room, and batb, with private
hallti, tiled bathrooms, steam heat, hot water, open
nickel-plated plumbing; servants' water closets, ex
tra laundry and drvlugroom; handsomely decorated.
Apply on premise, ikj7 and 182U 7th av., near
111th St., or F, E. MAINHABT, 241 West 126lh St.
lioril ST., US AND 117 WEST.-Four and all
room, and bath; .team heat, hot water; (18 to
1STTH ST., 277 AND 279 WEST.-Slz rooms
and bath; steam heat; (20 to (23.
134TH ST., 19S AN1 1U7 WEST.-Flv. rooms
and bath; steam heat, hot water; (20 to (25.
136TH ST., S4S EAST. Biz rooms; (12 and (II.
Apply to Janitors on premises, or
44 Pine st.
Elegant apartment, of four, five and aeven room,
and bath; opposite tho beautiful Monilngsido Psrk.
n.ar 122d St., and only two blocks from the elevated)
station; steam heat, open plumbing and hallboy ser
vice; decorated to suit Apply on premises, 81 and
82 Morningside av.,or
F. E. MAINHABT. 241 West 126th st.
04 WKST 98T1I 8T.
Six rooms and bath; hardwood enamel baths.
Haiiitary plumbing; nicely decoratvd.
Delightful open urates. Attractive for small families.
88th 8T., 1 80 WESTr"
Single apartment house: unusually lisht and ar
tistic; unlike others; windows four eldcn; unique
features; like private house; ten rooms aud colonial
foyer; moderate rent.
8 large rooms and batb, open nickel-plated plumb
ing, hot water, steam heat, hardwood throughout,
thoroughly modern; (50. janitor.
Elegant apartment, 7 rooms and bath.
Apply to
, W. O. ROBERTS, Bnpt.
AN elegant suite of nine rooms In single apartment
house: steam heat, hot water, ezposed plunibiug,
hall service; every room has direct light. Apply
Janitor. 71 West 83d st,
MOBTON ST., 42. Handsom. ezterlor, portico
stoop, elegantly decorated apartment house;
halls boated, not and cold water, rang., speaking
tubes, electric bells, privet, baths and closet.; (20
monthly ; open Sundays.
OWNERf leaving "city, would let to responsible
couple or small family adults (preferably
Americans) handsomely furnished corner apartment,
new nous, uptown; electric light, elevator, heat, hot
water; parlor lMxlB. dining room 14x10; mahogany
furniture, ezcellent bedding, piano, rugs, table
linen and silver; all actually as represented; cuble;
' L" mm. REASONABLE, Bun Harlem branch.
I A .Til ST., 615 EAST. Three large rooms; rent low.
7 7 tBT., an EAST. High-class modern spsrt
I I ments, cholc. location, noarOentral Park; seven
large, light rooms, on 1st and 2d fluors; hot water
supply, nail attendance, bicycle room, gas ranges;
(47.60 to (So. CHAS, HIBSON. 168 East BBthst.
efUtu ana 9uartmtot Srooklu..
FIATS TO LKT.-Steam heated end all modem
Improvements. 17 St. John's place, 1st flat. U
rooms aud bath. (25. 20 St. John1, place, 2d flat,
7 rooms and bath, (27. 36(1 ttth av., 2d flat, 7 rooms
and bath, (36. 354 8th av.. 8d flat, 7 rooms and
bath, (88. 268 Ola av., 4th flat, 7 rooms and bath,
(SO. 1U7 Garneld place (corner flat), 8 rooms and
bash, (80. 738A Union St., 2d flat, 6 rooms and bath,
(26. If you wsut any price flat call and see us. JOHN
PULLMAN, 741 Union St.. corner 6th av., Brooklyn.
FLATS to let on the Park Slope. Brooklyn, f loui
(12 to (66, from 4 to n rooms, all or limited im
provements; no uistter what you wsnt in a flat don't
fall to call and see us. JOHN PULLMAN.
Til Union St., cor. 6th sv., Brooklyn.
flf" Q HEATED. Disiruhle; improvements; seven
' P J-O light rooms; pnv.te halls; Janitor. Apply
first flat, 1021 Putnam av.
tfun.tis.ra .f Utji 9 ti.
Charming, newly furnished apartmenta of 7 rooms,
tastefully decorsted; hardwood finish; sanitary
plumbing; enamel baths. Office, 64 West tibtli st.
Jrtl'ft $0!-.
NKW YORK HllAllll AND I I KM-,111 1
11. N. ll.VNNAV, 2 Weal itth St. Hours 10-.
(but Bid.
OCTH ST., 118 EAliT (uer kladlsou Bauer.).--.-O
klstulMim. large and .mall rooms; delightful
l.bitt (MJ.ru. toasuusDls.
I 1ST BT.. h EAST. Room for sentlemsu; eseel
'll lent cuislno; pallor dining room; Kf.renosa,
' Jeitw aStara.
1 QTH ST.. in WawT-Two large aaasettatl
J-O rooms; nswly decorated 1 large closets; running
water; suitable for two or tare, gentlemen or feallly;
separata beds: ezcellent table: one hall room, with
closet; One neighborhood; moderate; references.
1 QTH ST., 10 WWT. Pleasant large and sman
X 7 rooms and horn, for persona desiring lo locate
KTH"bt 137 WKBT.-Handsome, sonny aleova
W and square mora, with dressing room, large
closets, bath; parlor dining room; select home: su
perior tabl. and service; references.
JCQTHST.. 80WB8T.Tnres large moms; re-
00 perlor.ccommod.Uons with board; reasonable
rates: private American family.
OsTB ST., 103 WstBT.-Board; unnsmaUy sjry
vr rooms; nswly carpeted, papered sad psjnted.
QATH ST.. 18S WEST.-Flrst-cUa. board forgen
OU tlsmen. DEDLOW. first flat.
nx Waates.
LADY wants board in strictly privets family abova
130th at.: west side; cornsrprefsrreds reT.renc
.zebsaged. Box 40 Bun, 118 Wist 125th st
1-THOSB seeking suites In private famlUs. wbo
don't advertise 1(100 to (600 monthly) consult
building. 1188 Broadway, oorner 38th.
Kwst Sid..
LEXINOTON AV., ISO. Refined gentlemen: two
newly furnished front rooms, connecting or sep
arate ; bath; strictly private.
07TH ST., 806 EAST. Large newly furnished
Oi room for gentlemen; 2d .v. "L" station; con
venient; moderate.
1 1 J.TH ST., 168 EAST. Pleasant front room and
-III bedroom, furnished or unfurnished; nice lo
cation. KOENIO.
Wast Sid..
BANK ST., 68. large end small sunny rooms, sult-
able 2 or 8 gentlemen or ladle.; conveniences.
I OTH ST., 16( WEST. Large rooms for two gentl.
X Li men ; house locality Orst class; terms reasonabl.
1 fCTH ST., 29 WKST. Front parlor and bedroom;
lu running water; second floor; private family;
18 week.
I CTH ST., 20 WEST, Larg. room., fourth floor;
Xil suitable for on.'or two gentlemen: prlvat.
family. ,
1 QTH ST., 48 WEST. Two large psrlor bedrooms;
X 7 small and medium sized rooms; reference, ex
changed QQD ST.. 3 WEST. Elegantly furnished room.,
00 with prlvat. bath, sn suit, or single, second and
third floors; references. ' LELAND
QQD ST., i(T WEST. Handsomely furnished
JJ room., en suite or singly; gentlemen only;
breakfast optional: valet attendance.
QfJTH ST., 18 WESTLarge," handsomely fur
at ulshed rooms for gentlemen; singly or sn suits;
references exchanged.
.fCTH ST., 147 WE8T. Parlor suite; private bath;
Ix1 conveniences; private family; no other lodger.;
gentlemen preferred; light breakfast If desired.
AtZTH ST., 148 WEST. Large handsom. rooms,
a J well furnished; private bath; also small room;
with owner.
UiTH ST., 154 WEST. Two larg. rooms for gen
J tlsmen; private family; breakfast If desired.
Q7TH ST., 67'ESTFront and back parlor and
0 I Lall room; sll conveniences. K. HAMMOND.
etnraUae A T&oamtt Ko let SrooalBS.
PINEAPPLE ST., 63, Brooklyn Heights, near
Bridge. Pleasant rooms; .very convenience; sani
tary plumbing; references.
Wanted fxmnltn.
Harlem Branch
ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS. -Wanted, good hands on
leaf aud flower piquets; also flower makers;
work given out the bouso. Call on Tuesday.
R. LINDHETM, 653 Broadway
BOOKBINDERS. Wanted, an experienced gatherer;
also girl to open up and wrap books.
DAY LURCH. 30 Lafayette place.
BOOKBINDERS. Psaters. magazine gatherer, and
gold layers wanted st TBOWs. 207 East 12th at.
BOOKBINDERS. Experienced hsndfolders and
pasters. WATERS, 103 Fulton at.
SOME bright girls under 18 years; references.
KNOTHE BROTHERS. 48 East 13th St.
ITMBRELLAR. Hands wanted on fine goods.
' JAS. W. GIBSON CO.. 38 Bethune st.
2cmetic rnnut WsBtei.
If Tomr Scrraat
needs Instruction in th.
Art 0 Cooking;
Call bar attention to this opportunity.
This coupon entitle. a well-recomm.nded ser
vant to one free lesson .t
852 oth av., where all branches of cooking are
taught by Mrs. Q. Lcmcke.
St. Bartholomew's Employment Bureau;
311 East 42d st. Telephone 2664 -8th St.
First-class domestio employees of all kinds.
Clsss for nursemaids beginning Nov. 8. :
SUPERIOR English nurse wanted, capable of
taking entire charge of baby from the month;
one having had ezperlence in English fumllie. pre
ferred. Address NUKSE, box 150 Sun uptown office,
1265 Broadway.
COMPETENT waitress; wags. (IS: to go to New
Brighton. S. L; references required.
Mrs. L. HEELY, 852 8th SV.
COMPETENT laundress to go to Dobbs Ferry;
wages, (20; must have best references,
Mr.. L, SEF.LY, 362 8th av.
COMPETENT cook; wages, (25; to go to Princeton,
N. J.; best references requtnd.
MrsL. SEELY. 853 8th sv,
1 lOMl'hTKNT rook; wages (25; to go to Montcialr,
yj N. J.; best references required.
Mrs. L. SEELY. 852 oth av,
iOOKS, (20 to (10: chambermaids, laundresses,
vy kltcbenmalds, waitresses, parlormaids, house
workers, competent French lady's maids, nurses,
20 cooks who wash and iron, laundresses who do
cbamberwork, butlers, second and third men,
coachmen wanted at once, Mrs. L. SEELY. 68 West
22d st.: servants' entrance 052 Oth av
lOOK. to go to Summit, N. J.: wages, (20; three in
' family; must have good references.
Mrs. L. SEELY, 352 6th av,
FIRST-CLASS cook, to go to Providence, li. L;
wages. (35 to (46; references required.
Mrs. L. SEELY. 352 6th av.
FIKST-CLAKH Protestant waitress; wages (20; must
have beat references.
Mrs. L. SEELY. 852 6th av.
FRENCH chambermaid and seamstress, wages (16,
to go to New Brighton, 8. I. : best references re
quired M!?!1" SEELY, 862 Oth av.
1?ItENCH maid; must be thoroughly competent;
wages (20 to (25; best references required.
Mrs. L. SEELY, 352 oth av.
(iIHL for general housework; family of four; no
J huisH children: one who la willing and honeet.
Call or address Mrs. C1EO. W. SPRINUER. 3D Uth St.,
WilllamebridgeNew York city. .
L" "AUNDRESS for Tuzcdo Park; wages, (20: must
have best references. Mrs. L. SEEL Y, 852 6th av.
PROTESTANT laundress, willing to assist with
cbauiberwork; wages, (20; references required.
Mr. L SEELY, '''5JMHhav.
PROTESTANT nurse for one child 2 year, old;
family now at BLrerdale: referenrea required.
Mrs. L. SEELY. 352 Uth av.
WTlITRESS and chambermaid, good wages, to go
to Greenwich, Conn.: references required.
Mrs. L. SEELY, 352 uth av.
ANTED-Neat, tidy Swede or Irish (rirl,flrat
claas chambermaid and waitress, willing and
obliuing; beat city references required. Call Mon
day between 10 and 1 3. ltf East 71st st
WANTED- -Competent woman as cook and laun
dress. Call Monday, 82 Riveraldo Drive.
Wutr-aaUj.-5lrhauiw, c.
BOOKBINDERS. Bpeolal meeting Local Union No.
1. Monday Oct. 17. Shorter workday report.
an 5P. M.
" LABS "CUTTERS. First clsss rougher, on teble
VX ware. Apply585 West 6l)th at.
1TMBRELLAB7 Frame maker and flnlshsr on fin.
1 goods. JAS. W.OlbBON CO.. 38 Bethune st.
r NIVERBAL pressman; A 1 on halftone and color
work. Ac. L. M., box 'lib Sun office.
WANTED Competent drsugbtsmsn for high
speed marine, engine work. Address X., boz 160
Sun, Harlem branchy
ANTED Two tin and sheetlron workers. Apply
at 163 Pearl st.
nanus.--XtUltB -auscriuurou.
AGENTS wanted. We .ant an agent in every town
to secure subscribers to THE LADIES' HOME
Jorr.NAL, t. look after renewals and distribute ad
vertisiug matt.r. We offer profitable employment
for the wiut.r, also special rewarda for good work;
(1,000 will Iw given to tbe agent sendlug tbe largest
list up to April 16 next, (600 to the next best work
er, slid ao on distributing (11,500 among 6O0 best
agent, tbe coming season. Oood psy Is assured
every agent whether lie or she secures one of the ez
tr. awards or nut. THE CU1IT1B PUBLISHING CO.,
Philadelphia, Pa.
AGENTS. We give every boy, girl or woman one
rolled gfdd-lllled solitaire Puritan rose diamond
ring, solid gold pattern, for selling 20 package Gar
field Pure Pt-palu Gum among friends at 5 cuts a
package. S, nd mane, we iu.il gum. When aold send
Uicu.-y. we will mail ring, which few can tell from
Si-iiiiMiedlamoud- Unaold gum taken back. GAR
IhLD GUM CO., Dept 20, Beadvllle. Pa.
fUKE instruction, drawing and painting; male and
and female classes. Apply Monday, 32 last 17th
St., room S.
-i. ,- -A.sAw. .... 1 Jl. Zaj
faatil Ps.U PUceUmtam.
OVERNMsarT POsHTIONS.-Don't prepare fnf
any civil service ex.mln.llon without seeing our
illustrated catalogne of Information. Bent-free.
Columbian Oarrsspondsnos Collage, Washington. D.q
tt'lsrlstlsanr'. LXrk
Empliyment SkSTHSK"' dm"""
Rur.au 311 East 43d St., Nsw
" Til. 3684 88th St.. ( York.
SIDE LINK or local scent.: factory reducing itai
of travelling salesm.n will grant commission os
uncovered ground; (res samples; cash coma.
Post Ones box 1871. New York city.
WANTED A German salssmsn In a retail clothing
honse; on. having an established trade and r
solicit and Influence buslnees from the surrounding
and asarbv places, with good refenncea.
BBOWNINO. KINO 00.. 131st sad M sv.
WANTED Sober, industrious, thoroughly comps
tent bard wood lumber Inspector in large retail
yard; permanent position to the right man. Address,
stating full particular, ss to ezperlence, references
and salary required. Post Office box 1560,
WANTED for commercial trsds Journal: psrty
capable of doing general and descriptive writ
ing and understanding newspaper and magarins
work; give references: position permanent. Address
OAPABLE. box 161) Bun office.
WANTED Young man to solicit printing and
lithograph work: need not he experienced, but
references for strict honesty required. Address
K. V. H.. boz 177 Bun office.
WANTED Man familiar with leather snd book
binders' stock; Inside work or to travel; stats
reference, salary, age and full particulars. Address
B. B , box 176 Son office.
WANTEDSaleamsn calling on physician, t.
carry a new unlquedevloe a. a side line; 40 per
cent. AdJreaa 0. F. DIOHT, box 102 Brooklyn, N, T.
, irst-CUfia Help rftVMt.
A LADY OF EXPERIENCE wishes s position as
working housekeeper and companion to sn el
derlv lsdy or lady and gentleman; references. Miss
BOBWELL, 84D 7th St.. Brooklyn. i
f "OMPETENT Protestaut chambermaid; willing snd
V' otillgluii; plain seamstress; can furnish best ref
erences. 8. B., box 687 Bun uptown office. 12S6
COMPETENT Bwedlih cook; wages (25; under
Vv stands all kinds cooking; very beat references.
M.J.,, box 549 Bun uptown office, 1386 Broadway,
pOMFETENT cook; wages (40; understands all
J klnda cooking: can furnish beet references. A.
McK., box 662 Sun uptown office, 1265 Brosdway.
piOMPETKNT French nurse to care for grown chll.
v- dren: can furnish best references: wsges (30. K.
Q.. box 650 Sun uptown office. 1285 Broadway.
JMPETENT family cook; wages (18 to (20; city
or country; willing; bcatreferences. M. R., box
654 Sun uptown office, 12d5 Broadway.
(COMPETENT rook: understand, good family cook
J lng; wage. (20; beat reference. B. F., box 638
Sun uptown office, 1265 Broadway.
CiOM PETENT infant's nurse: wages (20 to (25; esa
J furnish very best references. M. c, box 640 Su.
uptown office, 1206 Broadway.
flOOK. Good family cook; willing to do coarse
- wanhlng; small family; best references; wages
(20. J. W boz 658 Sun uptown office, 1266 Broad'
DEMONSTRATOR, good taller, wishes position';
haa been connected with the best soup and pretzel
mfra. of this country: has demonstrated other staple
groceries used by higb-tlajs grocers; If you have a
good artlclo in this lino, it needs to be domonstrsted ;
It Is the only way to sell your goods. Mrs. IDA
FLORENCE, 128 West Kith St.. city.
UIR8T-CLA88 stenographer, typelst, rapid, accn--T
rate, neat, good penman, accustomed to general
clerical work, obliged to leave well-paying position
on account of lack of work, desires position; refer
ences. ' FAITHFUL. Bun, Harlem.
FRBT-CLASS Swedish cook; understands all kinds
soup, meats, pastries, bread, Ac: best refer
ences; wages (40. M.C., box 665 Hun uptown office,
12H5 Broadway.
PR8T-CLASS chambermaid; understands work
thoroughly; wages (20; furnish very best refer
ences. MT c box 684 Sun uptown office, 1266
FBST-CLASS Swedish laundress; understands
ahlrts, collars and cuffs; wages (20; best refer
ences. J. C, box 688 Bun uptown office, 1265 Brosd
way. .
FRST-CLA8S laundress; wages (20; thoroughly
competent; best reference.. E. L. box 648 Sua
uptown office, 1266 Broadway.
LADY, with knowledge of typewriting and several
years' office experience, desires to assist dentist
or phyaiciau; salary moderate; references.
E. McCLUNE. 1420 3d sv.
rpHOBOUOHLY competent infant's nurse; under-J-
stands bottle feeding; wages (20: best references.
K. P.. box 639 Sun uptown office. 1265 Broadway.
WAITRESS thoroughly competent: understands
carving, wine, salads, Ac.; can furnish best ref
erences. A. H.. box 651 Sun uptown office. 126S
WANTED Position to take full charge of ostrich
feather house; thoroughly experienced in raw
material. Address S. A. C box Sun office,
WANTED A position ss compsnion for travelling
or assistant in the home. Address M. G. T.,
Hartford, general delivery.
fflrst-CU,.. S.i Stale.
A OOOD, energetio salesmsn for fine foreign knit
underwear. John Grundy. Bplelmann A Co.. 86
Grand st. New York.
in'TCHKK. Young man (23). experienced, sober
and Induatrloua, deairea a position; can make him
self generally useful. Addreas
WILLING, box 110 Sun office.
CHEF, first claaa In sll brsnehes, wishes position
in private family or club; speaka French and
English, and can furnish best of references. Address
K., box 186 Sun office
COMPOSITOR and stone band, all around man,
wants a steady position. Address WM.H. MORHIS,
247 Chauncev st., Brooklyn. N- Y.
INDICATED MAN OF 30 wishes position of respon--12
siblllty and trust; good executive ability; refer
ences nnexcellcd. Address W. H., box 166 Bun up
town office, 1265 Broadway.
BtTYElt desires engagement with first-class house;
is a live man, understands all the departmeuU of the
trade, has served with the beat bouses of Europe snd
New York, has a thorough knowledge of all branches
of advertising; could act as assistant advertising
mauager of large department house; very highest ref
erences from the very largest firms. Mr. AltT'lll It
FLORENCE, 123 West 10th St.. city.
INTELLIGENT and temperate man, 2, desires good
and permanent position; bonus (25 to party pro
curing aame; beat reference, " WORKER," boz 121
Sun office .
I WOULD like a position aa head shoe salesman or
manager: had 10 years' ezperlence in retail stores.
Direct to WALTER E. MYERS, 246 Warren at., Jersey
CltyJI. J.
PLUMBER, gasfltter, tinsmith: city, country; ex
perienced, new work, general jobber; have the
best of references and louruevman'a license: coun
try preferred; would like steady lob. A. YACH, 718
2d av., city.
PROOFREADKR.flrst claaa.es pable of taking charm,
la open for situation; (22. A.F..box 132 8unofilce.
Cmp.outtUttt Sureaun.
Bureau of Social Requirements,
19 WKST 4KD ST. Telephone 8183-38. I
Only first-class positions for first-class employees. '
Bookkeejiers, stenographers, governeaaea, cashiers,
companions, secretaries, and all household positions.
French and German servants a specialty. The Bureau
take, entire charge of opening city houaea for th.
winter, with a fullataff of servants If desired. Pack
ers and day's workers provided.
331 Madison Avenue, Corner 43d St.
Governesses, compsniona, household servants,
male and female; French nurses and maids a spe
cialty; cooks and waitera for special dinners; resi
dence, opened and full staff of servant, supplied:
dreaemakera and milliners furnished; day', work of
.11 kinda. Including packer, and movers.
HELP FURNISHED FREE; all nationalities! best
colored servants slwsy. on hand.
WALKER A CO.. 814 WaStdMtt
OFFICE HELP. Stenographers, cashiers, book
keepers; male and female; call snd Investigate
ourmethods: It will pay you. AMERICAN EMPLOY
EBB' REOIBTRY OOMPAN Y. 1 80 Fulton st.
IF jon want a patent quick, caU or write to
LAWYEB. room 82. 65 Liberty st. N. T.
PATENraYorlnventlona procured promptly: low
rates. IIOEDER a BllIEBEN. 82 Naaaau at.. N. Y,
Established 1864. .
PatenU-Hlnts.-Book snd advlc. free. EdgarTsts
ft Co., Pstent Solicitors. 246 Broadway. N.w York,
-I-p-A-N-S. 10 for 6 cents at druggist., grocsra,
leatauranta. salooua, news stands, general stored
and barber ahopa. They baulsh pain, indues slM,
prolong life, uue gives relief.
PiUittttu d SrewrnxkUi.
SEAL sacquea and capes altered Into fsshionabl.
garments at lowest prices. . t
BAUKER'S. Ill West 80th at
Wr Ulur oirtrUnmunU under Ikit heading M
EigatA I'ute uf SuppUwunt.
Valuable Information can be given as to what lbs
price of an active stock will do. bend ten dollar pos
tal order. Boz 10SU New York city.
00 $ite far eixntifiratioa.
BALMORAL. New management, thoroughly reno
vated: few furnished and uufurnlehed apart
ments; Lenox av 114th st, block flout; tabls sa
selieai, I
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