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PI To THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1809.
1 I. Silk Waists from Paris
J E have taken new and larger quarters in Paris are bound to have a
l VV resident organization that shall miss nothing you ought to have '
4 '! and we needed more room. It is big enough and cheery enough this
Paris office for us, and for you when you go abroad. And you arc welcome.
' We are in Paris every day, in this expert organization; in London
f almost every day besides the close study of the foreign capitals by the
twenty-two managers who go abroad once, some twice a year.
, This preface instead of descriptions of the Paris silk waists. If you
I feel that our people who choose them, knew good style and your require-
ments, you can safely depend on the beauty and charm of the waists.
' Up to $65; starting at $15.
By the way, forgot to write our new card. It shall read John,
Wanamaker, 44 Rue des Petites Ecurics, Paris.
Spangled Robes ?or$ ' The Transvaal
: Pand Capes S-1; and "The Century" Jw
4 1 from Paris ;ng( vet aris- Transvaal every day, of course,
s J tocratic in dignity not gaudy. Grace- everybody is. How much, for in-
ful, falling in long slopes that accen- stance, of this morning's news was
tuate the serpentine, iridescent glim- thoroughly understandable to you ?
mer. One of fancy net, heavy with What sort of a mental picture of the
chenille and spangles ; overskirt country could you call up when you
effect with floral applique below it. read that an attack was meditated on
Another tasteful fancy in sequins Ladysmith, that Kimberley was being
dashed with steel. And these: surrounded, and that Maf eking had
Lace Robes, Cluny stripped with doth, already been laid siege to ? There is
RenaUsance in heavy mesh. one best way to follow the doings in
i Domestic Robe of net, silk apphqued; ffui-
, pure effect. the Transvaal, to obtain a clear and
1 These to be made up over some accurate understanding of all that goes
foundation material. on in what is now the world's center
And these French capes : of interest. Turn to your set of The
Black chiffon, lace and taffeta, with high Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
ruche and ends. Colored chiffon trimmed , a., r t, ai1 ..i..
with lace and furj long fur ends. Black and Atlas. Open the Atlas volume
uffeta ruff; long endsj dainty muslin ruf- to the map of the Transvaal and sur
fles, finished with chenille, white chiffon rounding regions, and there at a
trimmed in green beading, ruche j ends of r n t 1 i.
white and green tulle; narrow velvet All glance yOU Can follow not Only tO-
short and quaint and novel. day's war news but have before you
Brc,d"r' , All new styles, a complete record of every former
Babies and quite as much revolt, uprising, skirmish, battle,
Long Cloaks styje as ;n tjje etc.; all marked clearly; all dated;
garments of children of larger growth. s0 Plain t0 Set at that one fl-
The present showing comprises many low the Jameson raid, for instance,
more elegant and more costly sorts rom beginning to end without
than these mentioned below. But it trouble. (The maps m the Century
will be hard to find prettier, more Atlas are far superior in every way to
comfortable garments anywhere than those of .' other cyclopedia and
are these, at the prices: gazetteer).
$3.25 Bedford cord; round collar; deep em- Then as to pronunciation and defi-
broidered ruffle to form cape. nition of the mass of words that are
$4.75 Bedford cord; two embroidered ruf- ..,. .1 , r ...
I fles; collar trimmed with two satin folds. now fillinS the Columns of OUr daily
$5.25 Bedford cord; large round cape and papers, which a month ago were all
' ho""' trirnmed with ruffle o wide satin "b strange to us. What, for instance,
$5.75-Bedford cord; three ruffles of em- does "lying in laager" mean ? It is
1 broidery; collar trimmed with silk braid. used with an abandon which argues
lecond floor, Fourth avenue. , , , .1 . r .1
. perfect familiarity on the part of the
' A the Perfumes S800": PubHc- n y be one or tw
of Guerlain "ici -1 one SuiU h "? wiU-ng t0u a(?mit that
5 , , spiciness one they do not know USt whatit means.
I drP enough for a. Eaent is the Jt fa an enclosure for temporary decnse
I Guerlain charactenstlC. Can you formed of the wagons of a traveling party." It
T r think Of intense perfumes as dainty ? 'm entirely local to South Africa but "it's
I ,,j. ti ul tjv, ti : a in the Century," of course. Such matters are
"discreet the French call it, and gn d Infinitum, and instantly findable with.
I how Paris loves the Guerlain sweets, out undue searching.
1 American headquarters here. A. P05'1 wiU brjn8 J "mP,!e P ?
Gathe GuerL "special," 2-o, bottle, 71,
I t- . . im oi. ..i in en or call at the store.
Extracts, all flavors, 2-oz. bottle, $1.57.
I Imperial Cologne, $1.08, $1.96, $2.94. , An aisle COUn-
,p Sachet in glass jars, heliotrope, violet, Ires de 11811 8110 t.rfl n( nA.,
fi f Florence, $1.45; white rose, $3.10; musk, flftth Rrilihpi .. . ,arUsnes
I $14.50. UOU1 Dr"Snes you'll thank us,
I f aTet,V; tnvel?Pcs' l ?. SOc. for especially at the price
l Toilet Water, violet, $1.39; full flavor, $1.86. f J r
,1 Hegemonicnne Eue de Cologne, $1.86, $3.71, Hair Brushes, eboniied back; fair bristles;
, $5.56. sterling silver plate on back. Two sizes
f LoUons, $2.35 Cold Cream, 57c, $1.30 50c and 75c.
Up Salve, 75c Shaving Soaps, 30c Military Brushes, same style, 50c and 75c
'I Hair Tonic, $1.16 Shaving Cream, 60c Cloth Brushes, same style. Onesiieonly 75c.
iff Tenth itrect. Droadwaj and Tenth itrett.
Good Clothes for Boys
4 The Wanamaker business was just clothing for years. It might have
'1 been planted on Broadway or Fifth Avenue it was planted in Philadelphia.
1 Best there which means that it won its position through satisfactory service.
"I It would have done that same here. It is doing it now.
J We do not sell "sewed-up" clothes or "dry-goods store clothes," as
ithey are contemptuously called. They are tailored clothes
For instance, these SiTtouts miniature men's overcoats with tails; double-breasted; extra length
(you know reefers are out of style the little fellows want overcoats, or you do, for them).
These of Oxford cheviot, brown Vicuna and navy blue cheviot. For ages 4 to 14.
Some $12; some $14.
Short overcoats are correct, too. The Raglan box cut, quite swell. For boys of 3 to 8 $7. 50.
Other good styles at $4.50 (for ages 4 to 10) ; $5 (5 to 16 years) ; $6.50 (4 to 16 years).
, Wish we had space to tell you of the Sailor Suits. Come see them. $7.50, $10 and $11 for
,il the sweflest sorts. For boys of 3 to 12.
Becond floor, fourth avenue.
1 I JOHN WANAMAKER
I j Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co. , Broadway, 4th Ave. , 9th and 10th Sts. , N.Y.
$j , CoUtjjtiJ anil rhooIjJ.
Hi For Bojl Si Younc Men City Si Country.
I Dwight School,
Mf I IB Went 43l fetrnet, tfow York City,
M ' XOtll Yeltr onrnit hnnt. 37th.
High cl irlvte nchool tor boji from T to 39
ft yeare of ue. Inillvltlunl attention ulvon boy
n M ivboie education ha bcimlirouular. Lartfo faculty.
30 i . Oymnaatuni. i.aboratorlei.
. Arthur Wllllumn, I'rlnctpnl.
1 if BERKELEY SCHOOL,
Sj MADISON AVE. ANI) 40TI1 ST.
k, ' 4 20th year beelnn Monday, October 2d. All claaios
K limited to 12 toy. Kuifllsli IsuUcod nrat In tin
R curriculum.
ir . 1-HiirAU VTOitvsciiooi. for iikuki:i.i:y,
h Ml Mury drnctt Ownn. Prtniliml,
Vt i Agea a to . Heparate building upon oppostta corner.
MADISON SCHOllLl0H.uhf;"
F ' 8PKCIALTY, IlOKoiita' and illi ect i reparation for
i- the Applied Hclcnrc In loliuubla. F.nlUllui, Work-
f' ahope and laboratories iCIiemUtry. I'Uylcs and
,, Kleurictty). Aire, from 10 up. hperlnl attention paid
, I to Individual cant. O. ON '1AUUK, Principal,
v .
T ( ForGlrle & YminK Women City Country.
tf"! KINDERGARTEN7.TJJ?c:!l,,B.nc.,S";,.
1 , CUihi now formlne; rpeilnl Inducnmcnti. froo
' , J icbolarahlpi (limited). Met.Tcmple,7th a. ,14th et.
' L ' ; JluelilOKa Collc.
0 1 THE PACKARD COMMERCIAL SCHOOL
j ) 101 i:at U31 St., coriiri till Ai.
' ' Known to two k'om ratloiiH of -Neir orkera 4 the
K 1'acVard ltil.lliCKe Coilcco
l Uookketplna, I'onimtiiililp, bliorlliaud, Typewrit-
S ine. fcc all tho buRineAv tiraui licit me tauuht at
' thol'a:knl Srlinol ,j ktlla-.t- inlalil Thou-
f I amide of lie uradunten aru lmi'rtnt raUnre lu the
. j biulnresconimiiiilty llna hio t rcfiri-mee
I Inn Urpnillllrnia Hualm-na unit slim tlinnil.
I ludtvlJual Initriution Htiidenta eutiir at any time.
I Call or anid torproapoctila. 'l'houe 101 mill,
S" TENOGRAPHK.'-ffi- R
.nuviinilll al,lp,.V.o laiulu t the
nrk Iliialllri lliatltiltc a
nlirajaairiirt poiitiona for ura liut.aof com
pute tiuam raionrKf) ( at.il imio trie.
i CO. UA1M.", si Itii Uvitlia: ,vi Jcik.
(Koltfjjest antl rhoolu.
Schoola of riiyalcal Culture.
THE CARNEGIE HALL
GYMNASIUM j '"JffiRS na
(FOH1IERLY BEIIKRLEY) ) 1B1 Weet 67th at.
Opena Oct. an. Olllco lionra n-lgiao, 2i30-.
DR. SAVAGE, GmNASIUlVl
308 Weit AOth Street.
TENTH SIIASON NOW OI'EN.
Normal Claaa and Private Inatruction. Clraulara.
gox rnlt.
WOOD MANTELS.
UNUSUALLY GOOD VALUKS.
SEE US. r&y'&. $10 Up.
FIREPLACES AND TILES.
Andirons, Grates, Gas Logs.
JACKSON'S ONLY HTOKE.
UcudquarturB Mautela, llloa, Qratoa,
Tactory baltaroum,
240 FRONT ST.
near Fulton, (name Addriaa for past 70 Yeara.)
lUlsrcUancout?.
No matter what line you puraua
Your ayateui net-da brailuic anew,
lll)ana 'labulei aro uood
For tho akin and blood
And they etreuulheu the nerre ttaauea, too.
R.MA-N-S, 10 for r cunta at drugglete, (rrocera,
rcataurantn, aalonua, newaitanda, general atorea
and barberhiipa they banlah pain, Induce aleey,
protons U'e- One clve relief.
W'ASIKli Ilepcatlnu Hhotttun, " "take" iown,"
' any icood make or miace ; perfect order and
very chilli. Addroa, full deacrlption, DILLIMJS,
Ireuton, N. Y
Jtwonal lotfcejs.
LADIES Free, llarinleaa Uonlhlr Regulator. Can
not fall. Ura. 11. UOWA.N Milwaukee. Wla.
atrntg.
1ArjCM for luviutlona procured promptly! low
rii. a UUKDIMt & lllillislIN, HI aaaau au N, Y
Eitlbhiiuil ltfOi,
L
gitmtjjcnwntjs.
nilUIA DriMdway i. sotrTiitriTr! 1"aT
iai W'2 Under tho mnniitrincnt
trnbl v Nf .m.Mia, ntoiiMAN.
Matlneea Wednesday A: Battudaya. 2.
E. H. SOTHERN & VIRGINIA HARNED
in Dtunaa'n niniancu
TI1K KINU'N Mi,sKK.n:i:it.
this kink'h .Mi'sni:ri:i;u.
NEXT TUF.SDA Y Mr. Sotliern In tho now play
Till: HON(l OF llli: HM (tltl) .
IVaAFIIAaf 4tb ar. Jl 23d at. At Hi30.
LVlil'IIM Dnnlrl Froliiunn Mir.
Hal UlaWlII Maltneea Tliur.day fc Bat.. J.
I Third Month
IChnrlc-a l'roliuinn pitii-uta
ANNIE RUSSELL MISS HOBBS
ACADEMY " SW!.oR'p,.
Kit. Ollmore fc F.ueene Tompklna Trope. & Mure.
TUir UKNJIAN lilUMPMIN
I irl Ei and tho Orlslnal Produrtlon.
flTt I n l'ricce jCc, noc, 7r,c, si.oo.
? - J Mata. To-day and Sat . 2. Kc, 8.16.
HQBV8ESTEAD
BROADWAY TIIEATItK,4Htt A'llwar.
IJiiJl.AJ VYAX Kritajilo. Mata.ed JkSat.
v.,,.,. I LAST WKI.K.
JS.ITHE GHETTO
NEXT TUEHDAY, OCT. at.
I sbatb I JULIA ARTHUR in
I igl?T. I MORE THAN QUEEN.
WEBER & FIELDS' VSm&k
UfUipi .I.PIP nnil "Till: U1KI,
WW 111 K V.'l''C I UimiM JIAKTIN'V
Alao OLIO. Mata. Tueaday ft HalunUr.
Weber A. tlelda' All Star ComtiAiiy inclll lea
1.11,1. IAN ltl!SSl!l.l
PETKB 1'. IIMI.IiY, CIIAIII.KS ,1. IttISS,
.IUIIN T. KEMX HISli: CI.AY TON,
i)Ain WAHFii:r.u M:m;u a iii.i.d.s
3IENDKI.RSOIIV HAM.. Second Piano Hecilal.
Saturday vi.auiiiiu
Ait , DEPAGH(V9ANN
TIIK IlI'.MIK.NCl) PIANIST
Oct. 21. Management, Hkniiy Woukoiis.
Itea aeata, fl.no and $l.ou at
at 3. rjchubertti'a, 2J Unlou biure.
IIAMMKItSTKIN'S UIPTfiRIA To-nloht.S.IO.
42dat.,B'wa A7thar. VlulOnlM. hat. jjt.2 15.
Khy! AND FHI.ANUE11 HlHSKST
the Rogers brothers
WALL STREET.
W ALLACK'S.k,! aHna, TiVrhir,
A delltihtful picture of early New York,
WM. H. a I k ii;i an siiiy hsANT, j
nn fi Mr M (imKUMiu k
laHOiMr I I NW AMsTP.im.VM
Wlini Via Heuti on Bale 4 Wieka in AiKauce
D n (J P T n ' P23d st. Robert Downing
PIC1PHK3
Beaumont Blatera, Faror& Sinclair, SO other atari.
Ncit week Waller Jmiea & Niinnu Wluillry.
nil Ifir S8st. I patihop ro.
Hill flllr nr CAKII.N A; HP.HHPIIT.
I ULHlJi. 3H Av. OK AttO A 1IAII.1.V.
OOothirt. cont. Fart. It,, 25, 00c. Lidloa, Afta.. 10c,
W1TII1TTIC Contlnuoua l'crformance.
KKITH aS I.UI.IAN (iltlin.N
nuiiUM n,i UM ntiiiNi).
CHINC LING FOO & CO.
;autii:r, monhok a. mack, pi.ynn. a'.
IHUOIlAPHi Ynchte UoundlnE SitnUn Hoat.
ERICANfttsE&HvcSi
&S3I Erea , 2r,c to 1. I A R aT A
31 MAT. TO DAY. Afi 3 O
Next. Werk-TANMIAUSPIt (In Knullali)
THE HEW YORK -"i,!r1,.rd,;,iy,,4,,4"..,"
Kr.n.ni:..t-8T,,E MAN MOON, JR.
laat Hat'y, 2 15. tnc Sim llcrnard and Kouierc.
l'rom. do Lute. 8 to Mldn't. Neapolltin Orcheatra.
Sunday Erenlnir Coloaaal Concert Popular l'rlcee.
PAQIMR Closed Thla Week for Renoiatlon.
UHOinU ijoi 0mce l),en Daily, u to (I.
First Time' ALICE NIELSEN ,,1
NeitMon.Eiel The Singing Girl.
KOSTER i BIG SUCCESS OF OUR
& BIAL'Si NEW EUROPEAN ACTS.
J8- No Manlnne To-dT owlnjz to preparation for
our forthcoming "Hound New iork In soMin ilea."
DIULLIANT SUNDAY CONCEItT: Head llncia only.
PASTOR'S Si,?vINUOUS I
SEATS SO A 30 CF.NTS. HAY AN1 N IT.HT.
CUSUMAN, IIOLCOMI1 . CU11TIH TONY l'ASTOlt.
ELINOBE SIBTEnst, SMITH . COOK,
UAItltIR bColT, 7 RTKD lltltDS.
CAKNEtilE II A 1. 1..
BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Hnbecrlbora of lnat lear may renew their
enbacrlptlona until HaturitnT. October "lat.
MURRAY II,I-L THEATRE, arrrt-
IIIUnrirAT I,ei. ar. k 4Jd at. XTJNjgv.
Henry V. Donnelly Stock Co (TJJ PCKl
Tv'e'e'kHELO by the ENEMYt
EY'jPrlcea:2oc.. 35c. uOo. 5t
EMPIRE THEATRE EV HlYoriUUnee 2:1S
MATINEhS, lo-da and Saturday.
JOHN DREW I TheTyranny of Tears
GARUICK THEATI'.B Hith at . and llroadway,
I nlllC lltUU Mata. To day & .Saturdiy.
pTara I IPMAN The G,rl ln the Barracks.
llLAHA LlrMAH Ficnlnaa S 30- Matlneea'Jtin.
OAIlIKNTlIKATIlK. 27th at. and Madiwn av.
Charlea Frnhman'a 111k Production,
HENRY MILLER in THE ONLY WAY.
Eronlnca H 15. MataTodai A8atnrday.
MAIJISON SQ. THPVTKK. 24th at , n'rll'var.
Matlneea To day A- Satilrdai .
5T.'tfe:WHY SMITH LEFT HOWE
rhraCRITERIONTHMTREoTnrerll'y'rrc:
JiSXffla. THE GIRL FROM MAXIM'S
Moiuloy, Oct. 21 ficaio ltonjy To-morrow.
Cnarlca rrt'lmian will prenciit
JULIA IVliLIlLOWE
in Clyde FitcU'a New l'lay,
BARBARA FRIETCHIE, Tlia r"aSl
B irVII S1CCON1) MONTH mill
I V J 9 I.AST 4 DAIS.
fo'di J Vfeat..""'! B. . a I ll iM 11 fl U 10 L . . a
KNICKISIlIIOCKPIt. llroadway A HHtli at.
lErira. ntH:20. Mata TodayASat.2 IR.
KMPIItE It. O. Carlon'a Fainoua Come ly,
J&ipXnvLORD and LADY ALQY.
HPRAI n Cft TIIKATKi:. ll'wayaud IIMli at.
ncnHLU Oy. Kr'ua. 8. Mats To dar A Hat.
i.iEm.Kit Tho ZnIlgrwI,i IMay
PllFHENlL (CIIIM)KEN of tha OIIKTTOj.
5. A THKATIIK. Il'way ft 2Sth at.
inWD Evin. atH. Mat. To day A Bat.
MRS. FISKE"' BECKY SHARP.
Seats on Bale fonr wceka ln advance.
ncuicv MATNEE to-day
UbWtl Australian Burlesquors.
Kaatl4that. lULL OF MlttTH AND Mi:i.OI)V.
pnnun Matinee To-day. O.-ch. r.O, Hal , 25.
"DJBros. Byrne New 8 Bells
I TU CT TIIEATItn. Cor. llth av. Mala. Wed.
I t I M u I . a"'1 h,,t "r"' "l '' i-lrcln or bal , coo
N-Jwaai'Draniir0 THE DAIRY FARM
A wbolfnome toryof countij life 1'odoil, 1HM!,
WOULD IN WAT. BR. M CINKMATOdltUMi;
EDEN ill USEE
Nn OltOUPS. B W HI C1IAUMIXO MUSIC,
Morning and Afternoon Conceits .ailclo"mt2.
luajeatlo IluJuon, Seo Day Lino AihertUemonu,
blo-iiabuatainl lUcurnioii roltunu.
HARLEM At tho r.v.H.in.a.t M.tT2iI
prrn IWhlto Horso Tavorn
lloliae, I ("Im Wolaaen lUteaaol ")
MANHATTAlU!,., m ! tvVAJJv.
STRANGER IN A STRANGE LAND
AfPUn KTta.Mlin. lint To day. I OaT 1 Rt.
S I atl "ll.MA.MSi A M.KI'.U Hal .-,c
W 1 HI! lnTJIBroLlUYl'I.Aii:iW I Ore. 50c.
I It V I N O 1'I.AI i: Til l: A T K K .
TiiEonEArj "MAEDEL ALS REKRUT."
ummrc glcjsorts.
PENNSYLVANIA
DPI.AAVAIIP WATCK GAP, PA.
THE KITTATINNY.
OPEN UNTIL NOVEMUEIt.
The faorlte 61'ltlNO, BUSIMEK AND AUTUMN
P.KhOItr. Moat central and utlriutiiily locateil.
liooraa eo auite, with bath, ateam htat, delator, Ac,
lloatlnic, hathlnic, nahinit, ttolf links, hnul fur book,
let. VV. A. lIKUDlIrJlb 4. bON.
A1' VIEW HOUSE. DF.I.VWAHh VVAThll (HI
VJ PA. t'lneat loiatlon: home loutfoita uiouk
b.Slperda) tlitiul unt.iiiu I ahlit, h uilniitea
froutdepvt. It. UVElttlKLD. Mlual, pa. p. y.
' ' ! ' '1 J2.. - '- '"1 l
aHHBraSlHIHBL. aCaaKBHHMaaaaBHHHBHH
IjpfLINT'S pNEpURNlTPURE
WARDROBES.
Onon tho vvnnlrobo iloois nn nrrny of
hooka unil sliclvos, or lllleil with trays
copied fiom an I'.hkIIsIi Idea. I'iiII out tho
driiwcr or two IiWowbIhiIIow just light
for tlalnty bcloiiRliirfa. Look them ovt'i
imiiiy ik'hly ciuvoil nml wt with lonn nilt
roi. Simic in Golden O.ik at $10.00, owo their
chni in to th rIowIhb lionuty of the wood:
nil hnvo an appeuranee of durability and
Bolidity. Tht aie convenient and hinting;
ornamental, both in style and llniih; al
ways innde vf th( best woods whether
mahogany, maple, oak, birch, and always
at faetoiy priced, as you
"BUY OF THE MAKER"
Ceo. C.Flint Co.
43 45auo 47WEST23ST.
NEAR BROADWAY
rACTOfTY. 154 amd l56it5Tl9rrSTRCTf.
ftMTW SWELL WINTER SHOES
VtC7 "cs Calf. Wax CnU and
II j-7"" 'Winter lturtiet (Hand
( ! I Sewed Welt and Scotch
AL o" Kdge). Efjual quality
L"i!g sold cl&owhere at S 1.00.
V Hunting Hoots. Hiding
iriVN Hoots, Imported Killing
gfrrBaay-.r1 Legglns.
gTeniUttfj Hotels amt UnstauvantjJ.
WHERE TO DINE.
llotrl Tnrltt Biirrnai 1 istli ar., N. T.
Ale A la Carto. Tdh. Taolo d'Hote
Delniiiiiloiia rth uv., corner 4tthat. Vic
lteatnmant Slnrtlu , . . .Ale, Id i.
Unlveraity place and nth at.
Mulc from H to I). "Suniuur Garden.
nnz7u'a,40that. & lrway.Alo.Tdh .tl. Orchestra
Moiiiillln'a, 140Falton at. and JO VlinaU . .VI.
do. Cafe de Bordeaux, 4"-t"to8 tlth av . ...Ale.
Hi, 1.1 lltiniciirlll, I Idll Lunch. I.' to a P.M.. "He.
Union Si I'jtat lTdli.DBto lO.T.'.c (winofti
Ileal! ' New Ileal... 60th at. A. Col. ar. Alc.(Mualc)
a.f Hmilevnrd. I Tdh. Ale.
lhullimvartanlloat, Cclelirated Ilnnirarian
2dav. and lOthat. ( Uiayliand.
Ilnnn'a i:i.iiuirni.t,Tntliat MuiiiinlmaaT Ale.
HlBrah'a.104 W.34n.M..Tdh.)I)ln fcS.Ale.Mualo
nlinri-t lu CMilltNolr.aa W.-JU.ldh..Alc. (Music)
r ... r-,,.i... i 68th at. near Ixsx. aT. Ala
Trr.ico Garden j Iyal iim,t.rlaii orcheatra
ll.liedere.lHth at 44th ar.Alr.Tdh.lch,CC din t
l.lrljll llal.7ttli at. A Col ai Ale Tdn . l,wlnu
ltlhle)Tnrm,"lfllDuanet VidalfcThorarou
I.uilion'at.armnn Kratnnriiiit.linKaat 14th at.
Au ( lint Nolr, CM W n'way. Ale. (Tdh. Hoc. wine)
.Iiiriiuln . 02 A 01 Went IMthat. Alc.4 TdlL.fi'Va.
Inity'a . 47W.24thBt. Tdll.05c.
N.V.IIitl,42dBt.oiv.dcput.Tdh.r,Oc.,wlDe.nnisto
IlrlHimvler's Ileal. f.Hth at A Mth av , Alo
I.lon Pnlnrr .. .110th t. and w noulevard. Ale
Ardln las VV. 2Hth at. Bnli t Tdh.. r.r.o.. wino
"Tlia Alib.y.'MUHth ar.&Ft.Waiuliigtini Itoad, Alo.
Trnui-r'a lOnth at., npp Speedway. Ale.
Ilertor'R Broadway and 44th at , Vic.
The sniriiiiiiir. Il'way lift, mitli A HTtli t Ale.
Ktetiliiui'a, 101 VV 28th.Tdh. lJch.4()c.l)ln.r,Oe.wlna
.Incoli'a H8J llroad at., Newark, h, J. Tdh. rxlc.
Wooiliiinnaton Inn ....Weatcheatcr. N. V. Ale.
HOTEL EMPIRE,
Broadway and 63d St., N. Y. City.
EUROPEAN PLAN EXCLUSIVELY.
People who appreciate exclusiveness
or clientele, perfection in cooking, and
efficient service at moderate rates will
find the Empire AN IDEAL HOTEL
Write for our book, "Tho Iliuplro Illuntrateil,"
W. JOHNSON QUINN, Proprietor.
HOTEL MARTY, "JSVVM
47 West 24th St. $,,. lr,v"9 '
HOTKI. liilAIll OKI), llth Street, thrio do in off
llroadway. T.ieniaand $1 up, julet, eicluahe,
lineal ahoppiui; lentit..
ujsinroji (dinners;.
17011 HAI.E-I.ont; llat of Sal' on. Ilotcla. Itnl
A llouaea, 1 eed htoua, t uir Storca, MalkLU,
Orocerica, Kcat.iurAiiti ruinUuod Huhko-. Flats. Ac,
K VV M.VCAl'IAl, iroNaaMtuat
MAMIVT1 AVIIDIMI OI.K VMM! M ltl'.SOVAl
l.MI lll'llKAU. 14 I W e.t Ji.tti at VV ill aeud to do
all killda of luillae le-imnil at ahort notice, boat city
iiferciu-ua, aeml fortirtui.ua Icl. 4S4 1) lsth at.
MVNUFAOTritlMI IH'tlNl'ss now in upeT
atlon Kiel loiali-d In iloatou. Mua . wishlliKtn
diapoaonf atimo at' tk at $' p r aharo. an oppor u
nity. Pull 1 a Hi ulur. Vpi ly to
' McIXINVl.I) A WHKHNI. 14oyaaaail.
SI rr(-iioTKt.. catalillaliad 20 jiara by tho
h,VJUU prant piiiprletor, thla hotil la tmi
and tlear, loc-ttea iiioati romlneiit towuiiiConniH-ti-cut,
lontt leM , low lent cood maanua for aelllnK,
luveatlKato thla lioli 1. Pull pil titular". Apply
tit l)ONVU A VVHItllNrl. 140 yaaaau.
Wnfin CA''ll N" ItWrAl It.VNT. lutated
OijVJUV clone t llroadway and 2 itl at., now
llulliit aplt lldld luiaau ta. loin loiai , low rent (rood
itaaoua fora. llliltr. atnt teat lnvi.tlirattjli alluwad,
MrDOSVI.I) A iVIUUlSW, UllXa.aau.
C5 llfVfVCAU:. 1 lose lo principal ferry, nreuu
laJ,VJVJlJ lirpal.tit- IiIl'Ii tlaaa trade, laluablo
lei)-u inodariti lent, iiuthititf tv ttiial it in
thla city Apply to
McDUXVI.D A VUOOI.NS. 140Xaaaau.
G I fl Of Ifl W,LT' l'UllOHAir. the prettleet llltlo
Ji JiJJJ pIuluou liroadnaj, cIomj in promt
tit nl tliuairo Aitttaai trade only, trial allnutd
any reapoualble iiartr, owuei ban other luureata
aud caunot attend to it, lt'a free and iltar.
Mi lXI.NAl.l) A Wll.lll.Sa. UP .Naaaan
Cm nnnn-cin1,I"'i'r4U'iA'TAM) hotel,
"1U)UUU old ealahliklud hfantly e'iuippi,d,
locatid in Jrit) uti. N J, in w domic u'ooil
bnaiiieaa. includini; lino brick property , ttouil
reaaoua forailliutr
AlcDUNALI) K WlUdlX. Ill) Xaaaau.
Ci9fi 1inn-t'rr F01! h LK- '1,"u-' ','r kll,
l U,VJUU dill). Iit-altd in the principal biul
plant oroiulifar lu N v ri. utr, luiuBiouly
luruii-liid tne plate I flee a ,d ilrar f nil iiuinu
biaiiio.. atead) 1 aviuir l.u.liiea, iiotliuiie better lu
ILucllj.lu a.tji'. it Write, r call on
M DU.N LD J. HiUl.NM, UO ra5U. ,
Lea & Perrins'
SAUCE
THE ORIGINAL
WORCESTERSHIRE
Gives a most delicious flavor to
Hot and Gold ieais9
iravies,
SaEads, Soups, lame,
Fish,
Welsh Rarebits, ete.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
this signature on every bottlo-
John Duncan's Sons, Agents, New Yortt,
gPtnnofortcsi, row, Sr.
WEBER
"Tho nclilovomonts of Albort Weber,
bcnlor, in tho realm of tono production,
I1K0 tin violin innsterploces of Ciuinonn,
still btunil unrivalled."
Inspection lnyttcil. Correspondence Solicited.
WAREROOMSt
Fifth Avenue and J6th Street, N.Y.
STEIIMWAY & SONS,
. iou 1:. i4Tii stki;i:t.
Have alwaR on hand a laru Mtoikof
m;Coni)-iiam) riAiso.s
of almost uvory uiakt,, their own Includuil, taken la
excIiAnue for new btelnway ptatioB. Iheao tnttrii
uieuta aro In cootl order, haiui; beou thorouuUly
rfipalred by ub, ami thoy aro offered at lowest yossl
bio pritOH,
4dIIouaro of Hocua Stoinwny IMnnos.
PIANOS TO RENT.
We call ttio attention of thoao (lor-lrotti of routine
pianos to call and exam I up our larur stock.
ltcntH at low a- $ t no pr luontii,
KRAKAUER BROS.,
II 'I EAST 14TII ftT.
PIANO BARGAINS.
We aro now offtrina; several odd styles of UprUht
Pianos, botli uow and uttoiut hand, ut uat rodiii:
ti( n. Sold on ovny terms of ianKntur liberal
discounts allonod foruili.
MSON Ar HAMLIN CO.,
3 & ft WeKt lKtti htrurt. New York.
STECK PIANOS.
M'arermiQH 11 KAST 14T11 Si. Full niortmeiit
of tlieeu reliable lUhtnunontt. Also a number of
set ond baud urand and upright ami a lot of nnuaro
pttiiim of various niskts aud at all pilces, for Bale on
caay tt rim if required Kiuu alichtly used planoa
at great barxalns. 1'IANOS 1(1 lUiM.
tp"0PULAR PEASE PIANOS.
109 laT 43d St.. jiiM Wont of Otli Av.
UlKhest fft'kndard of tono and construction, direct
from mamifat turer: oasy 4mtnt. factory bar
irains n uce.l pianos, $100 up, pianos rented $4.
rito for catalogue,
T H E"o PERA PIANO.
Kow aiul clcualli ilo.ina, nlao anoral alli;lltly uaeil.
VVUITK I Oil UAHQAI.N I.ISf.
Varerooms, Broadway, cor. 47th st.
EA1MMNS New Maiioa, tlliO, alli;htlj-iiaeil.fDO,
luatallmonta. S' rent si
Ut VKll.lt I3I1US. 13 I'Jllt 14th at.
Vl!OVISB I0uini;lit iilmoa.ano makca, porfect
uiiitt fiill-warranted tluo up, open .van
llllfa. VMIII.M.V K CU, 112 Wiat I2r.lh at.
RKI.Unu: Conniir I'linna. KitalJ. 1877. Hlitll
ire lu -Mel urn prko. lay tcrma ltcutiu,
Ec!lani:Jll. 4 I lat 1J(1 at.
ratlOHTS VT (I1IFAT UVUflAINI.
I'mmfloOliii KAhV l'AVMl'.VTI Uinta flOOllii.
Bund ror I italuicni- OOHIxi S i:w nftli avo,
gxoowU.
intoi-usALs rou nkvv 1'i.rMiiiNo r; cadf.t
X ltinimil -iVrht l1 imt, N. v., Oct. 1(1. iHiin.
Scaleil iirnp iaila, in tripUiatc. will lit received hcrj
until 1 J iiMoii M., Nov in, iniiii, rir Non 1'liunli
lni: inCidi t Hi Hpital hi per plum n thla iilliifl, lT.
U iM-rea r irht ti occipt nr ri Jei t any or all pro.
praala, or ant part ttiLrt-if. Forma and apiclflca
t.oiu nirnlahiil upo i application. Addroaa u M,,
U. 13. "Nl A. v
Ofim: cosiiiti'criMi grAitTr.itMvsi-r.R,
3im riiviiuaatreit, Ninimrt, li.l ,U t II Inmii,
-Svale.l prop aala I. r alnklni: Anraian VVll at
rqrtaraMo K I , will li r n'H ml hero until la M
Oil .' I. ihii.i, and then opene 1 Infnruiattun tur-tilaht-d
on appluiitioii. t'liilfd rtuti r"i ra rltr.it
tnani-pt or ri'lui l any cir all propiiala di mrta
thirui I. Kmcluptato In addr aaod "Prniniaala for
Arlealm MflN. 11. p. YOi MJ, (Juar'ormaaiiir,
IMIOIWVI.S FOIl KfllSISTr.SCK Bl'I'l'MKH
J Oiliio I'ui.haami: Cuiiiiii .arj, U, H Armv, No.
.ill VVIilirliall Strut, Nfr Vi.rk I ly, N V , Oi t n,
IHliki hiuled pinjioala for tnrniatiiuit and ilalior
Inn Snlmli.il tic. siipiiiualnthiai.it) f.ir thirty daja,
loiuui in-ill Nn I. Ihimi Mill h. ruanud at tula
tilt v nut 1 1 1 u i-loil. a. m mi Oct. In IHup, Infnr
. lnatioti furlilaliad mi applli it nn. lnfliuea ion.
taln'.i u In 1 h ml 1 1 o niarkril " I'r ipoa.a for Huh.
ati-iuii b ipplii-, upined (lit in IHim" unit ad
diiaaul to Colonel C A. WOUDUUi'f, A. C O, U.
I
gxrurfltottg.
TUB rAMOIJS NEW llXvnK AND NAnitAOAS"
HETT BAT LINK BTEAMEIt,
RICBARD PECK,
ThaTwln Bcrow Steel Flyar of rx)n Ialand Bound,
will attend the entlr aeries' of
THE INTERNATIONAL YACHT RACES.
A deacrlption of this masterpiece of ateel ahlp
bulldlnic la not neceaaary. Bhe la tha faateat cbast
wlae ateamer In tho world. From her apacloua decka
will be afforded an opportunity unexcelled of wit
nteelnK the (treat yachtinu erent. Only a limited
nnmborof tickets will be aoM. The llaatanranU on
board will be of a high orde of excellence. Mualo
by Contemo'a 14th Itezlment JMud. Ticket! on Bale
at all principal New York Hotela; alao at Cook'a. 3A1
and 1326 Broadway! Oaza'a, 118 Broadway! Inter
national Ticket office, 62 llroadway, and at office
New Haren Steamboat Co., Pier 25, Eaat IllTer, N.w
Tork. Telephone call. 0 John. Stateroom reserva
tion on application at Company's office on Fler.
Tickets lor all Races, $3.00 Each.
The lUchard Peck will leare rier 25, East Wrer.
New TorkjEvery IUco Day, at t):3Q A. al.sharp.
AMERICA'S" CUP RACES!
Tha New Plant Lino Steamship
LA GRANDE DUGHESSE
THE ONLY TWIN RCIIEW OCKAN-OOINO BTEAM
81111' IN THE FLEET.
5.018 tons; speed 21 miles; stncl hull, decks
and houses; an absolutely fireproof ship.
BPKCIAI. NOTICK.-Otrmra niny unit, but
I.n Urande I)iiclioaa will positively remnln In
tlie service until tho America's Cup lias hoen
lust nml won.
MIl.MAItCONI.whoperBonallyconilnrtahlasyatem
of wlreloaa telegraphy on thla ahlp for the NEW
101IK IIFUALU, will bulletin frequent Mock quota
tions and Important occiirrlnK eenta on land
riurlnt: the trip, beaidoa ah In j patrona of La Grande
Ducheaae an opportunity .towltueaa tho operation.
TICKETS S3 EACH RACE.
llareal. caterer. 150 Steam Heated Btaterooms,
16 00 and f 1.00, according to location.
ON BALE AT PIEIl MOUNINO OF IUOES.
Alao at all prominent hotela, newaatanda; PLANT
LINK. '.'HO llroadway (Tel. 1H70 Franklin). and the
MAItlNF. JOUHNAL, 17 Htate 81. (Tel. V22 llroad).
8hip leavca Pacific Mall Pier, foot of Canal St.,
NorthltlTer. erery day at U.SO A. M.
Iron7 Steamboat Go.
Internnttnnnl Yncht Itnrn Days.
LKAVl! FOOT or Q A 1T
wkst am) st., n. n., " i,1,,.t
AU elevated and aurfaoe railroads connect with
23d st. croaBton n line to tho pier.
HIEl, 82.00.
to vikvv Tin: riNisn
raeh race day au IltON STEAMBOAT will leare
iOOT 22D BT N. It.. 12:30 V. M.i PIER 1", KVST
IlIVEIt, 1 i". M. (bttwoen Bouth Kerry and Wall at.)
PAB.BjSl.00.
Each Steamboat of 1.S00 capacity will be limited
to fioo panfn(rrit.
TICKETS on Bale at COMTANY'S OFFICE, HOOM
1J1. 82 BROADWAY, and Al 1'IER 10 and tOOT
22D 8T. on each race day.
Ono of the IRON STEAMBOAT CO fl itanch. naf
and commodious Teafeln will leae PIEIl (NEW;
NO 1, NR . at t:15 A M. FA HE, 2.i0.
ISTERMTIOSIL TIGHT BACfi
Steamer "Monmouth"
will accompany the yachts over the
course, leaving
PIER 8, NORTH RIVER, AT 9.00 JLM.
Tickets, Each Race, $3.00.
LIMITED TO 800.
Tickets on sale at room 7J4
Central Bldg., 143 Liberty Street,
Aii1 1'ior 8jX. U.
1.00 8 1.00 S l.OO S 1.(10
BLOCK ISLAND
M ulli ntteml tlie H
o YACHT RAGES io
j 00 snllhiB nt Oiia A. M. from l-00
' Tier 31, North Utter, B
1.00 toot of v,-att Htreot, 1-
1,0 niljolnlnc Dnhroates 1,00
Street Ferry.
1,j Tickets for sale nt 1 g
l.OO Tier befure lealnc l.OO
t Price, $1.00 Each.
h n
1.00 8 1.00 S 1.00 8 1.00
amerioa'FouFraoes.
Tha new stoel ocean-eoint; steamboat
SHINNECOCK,
Offlclal toat of the New Ynrk Evonlng Telegram.
Management
SANDY HOOK PILOTS,
Laaiai Tier No. 13, K. It., font or Willi St.,
Next Knee Dny sit Ul30 A. 31. NIIAlU'.
Pnaaenser Cnpnelty Limited One-half.
MUSIC AND IlEFRESUMENTB ON BOAIID.
Tlcketi for aaln at Pilot Office, IT Btato at., prin
cipal hotela anil all agencies, alao at the pior.
Single Tickets, 83.00. Two Tleketa, tifi.OO.
Stalernnma, SJ3.0I) nml 8.1.00.
OEO.W.DEEI1E. Manager. 17 Btatoat. Tel. WlnDroad.
FOR THE YACHT RACES
TAKE THE GREAT STEEL
STEAMER PLYMOUTH
"h Fall diver Line,
From Pier lrt, N. Tt , foot of Murrav Bt .
at 0 30 A M. Tickets smmi, Tho PLYMOUTH haj
three ipadoua promcuaila decka, iteam-hoatcil
faloon4 and I'tnterooma, ami i tti rverv department
tho niott comfortable and xatlafactory Hteamboat
enuaoil In this ierrice. Tickft at Fall Itivcr Mne
omce, Pier 1H, N, It, foot of Warren St.. or Ituce
Da)a on Pier lri . It.
AUTUMNAL FOLIAGE.
WEST POINT, NEWBURGH
and POUGHKEEPSIE.
GRAND DAILY rAOUItSION (Etccnt Runilay) DY
l'ALACK IltON DAY L1NE8TEAMEUS
NEW lOIIK" AND "ALalANY."
From llrooklrn, Fulton Rt. (by Annci) H'OO A. H.
" Naw Yore, Deabroaaca Ut. Pier . 840 "
" New York, Wcat J2il Ht. Pier B 00 "
Itpturnlnir, ilno In Now York Ri30 P M.
MOKMNd AMI Ari'UHMIllN CONt'ICKTS
Til nml liielmllnE Hiitunlny. Ort. lit.
Lnat Down Trip, Mnmlny, Oct. 33.
iTTfERNATIONALTYACHT "RACES'.
$2. STEAMER DOLPHIN, $2.
FORMERLY AL, FOSTER.
The awed of the Dolphin KuarauteeH a full view
of tho ract-a from Mart to flnlnh. Leaves K. HI it at.,
b:;io, 8. tth at , limoklj-n. K.r, Dattery, l 30 aharp.
Conipleto roMauiant ntrvlcu
If ny rat e .hould 1m ilerlared off, jiaacntrora nn
that dar mar tfot ticket from Purser at half price
for the following race da)
STEAMER GLEN ISLAND
(The flaitahip of the SUrln Flcot),
Till: IJKSTOUSKHVATION ItOAT AI'I.OAT.
Will attend YACHT HACKS eicli rare ilar.
Learitm Htarin'a Hook, root tlortl unit atluet,
at u. 'in A M, aharp. lltfiexluniMita
If no race, tleketa ttlTen for the neit race day
Tlrketa at I HO Fulton at , at dock and ticket offices.
hinitlo trip, 2,hi, three trips, tis.iin, staterooina,
3andr..
Sir Runs Every Race "Day $1.
COLUMBIA AL FOSTER'S I SHAMROCK
IltON STKAIllUt ANt.I.KIt.
I.ante, loant aalnun, ateam heated Steamer
Ancler nina all the year round nn the Atlantic Ocean.
Military Hand Ileal mrant a la carta. Li area '2 lat
at, K.l.l Itlt.r 8.O-1 A M , tottery, b.56 A Si .
limited MOO I are, I no
DEF.I-si:a FlallINO Widneslsy ateamir MiBler
luavi.Jlatat , K. It., 7 2', llatlery, h r,. itshani
rock la it aily will uo to ace jatht race, AL FOilKil.
IlSHINn Steamor Anslcrwlll not run to the Oali
luitlanaonraiodays. Al.FuHTKIt. hiopapera,
gattrtlon Slotirris.
Bangs & Co.,
91 and 93 Fifth Avenue,
WILT. RKI.L AT AUCTION
F1I1IIAY afternoon atSo'rlork,
Acolltctlouof HWIIOOKS, couiprialnts N Y, Rlale
and I'nltoi Blates liepirta, N.J and N Y Liua,
Cumoieutariea, Hiueata, 'Iclt-UouLa, utc.
a
I
trnntrfl cmntcjt.
AMATEUR sctreBa to star; pniarantee eniraffrinnnt
L. UAHTMAW, 3.1) Kaat Hlat at,, call n a" cl,,"t7
BOOKDINDF.nB-IIand foldera, paatera, iilr,r
and wlrlugmachlno operators, at 11IOW CO j,n
East nth at. '
O0K11ISDEHH Eiporlenced hand foUira an?
raatirs. lIUNKLlX 1100KU1MHM1 CO , ill
r.arlat.
IXl'KniENCKI) OPEItATOllS WANTED 0 N
!i CIULDIIK.N'R CLOAKH AND OAI'KH
WKI1ITMAN CO., 21 AEHLY l'l If p.
I7INI8UKB3 ON WAISTS to mako Imttnnii ,X
b at piii es paid. FISK, CLMtK it 1 1 ,dl
5 waahlngton place. '
JJV)LDEIlfl. palters and githrrcra wanle 'T "
J JAH. II. KNOI.lail 4 BON, (10 Mnrraf at
UMDItELLAR-Oirla to make raacai none Imt ,"
perlonced handa. Steady work at S.J uIH
6 CO., 3A7-BU llroadway. vin
gomrutlc Servant j; Wimltrt.
CinAMIlEnMAIDR, 40 conka SO to iln I, ...
J dreaaes, wattrosaea, kltchenmalila, hoiia, u rk.
era, no coofca who waah and Iron, iaiint a
who do chamborwork, rreni-h, Oernian mid i ti '
liah ladlea' maida, nuraea, chatnbermaiiN and mV
reaaefl, butlers, Becond and third men, arrMinta pi&n
capacities wanted at once. Mr. L. RF.l I i
32.1 at. Kervanu' entrance, 35'J llth av, 'lehiinU
call, 1811.18th at.
CHAMBERMAID AND WAITHEsS tn ko t Hjii
referentcs required.
Mrs L. RF.KLY, .112 illi it
pOMrETKNT SWEDISH CO()K-aiR l fori
y family llrlue In Waahinitton, Ii re r .
required. lira. L. HEELY, r.j i Hi 1T
flOOK AND LAUNDRESS to o to Larchui t
Y.j muat bo competent and hate rfer ti pa.
Mrs. L. HF.E1A, 8 2 Otli a,
CIOOK ti do.onarae wnahlnit for a aunill fiinily it
t Now ltochcllo; references.
Mra.J. HEn.Y, n'2inh a
IAl'NDllEHS for a family in Iliieidiln, u - r T.
t reiiulrcd. Mra. L. HEELY, n',2 iilh a
TJIIOTF.STANT LAVNDllERg for a family t llitij
JL at Hyde Farki bLat refcrencea.
Mra. 1 3EELY, 852 rtln,
1A1U.0RMAID to ko to 0ater Hay, rauat be fiuf
tlass and hae riferencoi
Mrs. L. RKKLY, r2 flth T
VAITHES9, flral-cla. waeea, 22, alo a ro,
petentparlormnidi waueat20, toKolhrcoh mra.
from New York, referenceB required
Ura L.HEKLY, ar,2 flth ar
VOUNO OI1IL aa Kontral houaewirker ln family
X of two ailulta, keeping two aarunta, tnnat b.
sood plain cook. Apply 22V Wcat aith at.
"Wnntcd lUaks7
BOOKBINDER
Wanted Flrat-UaBa alaround man, who can rale,
forward and Uniah blank and letter preaa, eattmit,
take entire charge and work for lntereat of tm.
ployer. steady work at $18.00 per neok, fill lira 113
farca paid, no intemperate or Incompetent man
wantidat any price. Addreaa, with full pirticnWri.
MUSTIN W. WHEELOCK. Mnntptltrr. t
MAN AND WIFK competent cook aud builiri
inuat furulali llratclaaa rtferencea
Mra. L. SF.ELY. 0r,2 flth ar
lAFr.ll 111 I.ER WANTED." "
JL a Daarer at.
1JO0FE1H WANTED. ""
IV 887 3d ar,
UMI1I1e7,I.AS-A man who nnderatandB J. bl.irj
and preaalni:. Steady work at S. J. CAW LEI 4
CO., '187-HU llroadway.
WiMEIi-l Moorman horacahoer at u Coentlei
allp, blacksmith ahop.
ituntionis IVautcil cmatcjs.
A STKNOOKArilKlt. SKVKItAI. YIIVUS'
KXliKHIKMCK As ASSISTANT 'IO 1.ITI It.
AllY MAN. I)i:KIIti:s SlTt'ATIONl I I L
KDUCAI Illi! WIIITIJS CKltllKfT I.M1.
J.ISII) KM'ltUT ON SMITH I'HKMII.H
MAClllNi:: TKANKt IllllKH NOTES Jl'H K
l.Y AI4II ACCITUAlKLlI HAS IIAI I.V
I'F.UIKNCK IN FOI'NDIIV. llNf.IN Hllll.
1NO, STKAM FITTINII UTFIt'I! HOIIli,
AIIIIIIKSS KIIUCATISI). 11X llll MN
OFFICE.
pHAMDKRMAID AND REiMrVTIir.sS tlioronsMy
vy competent, wairea 20. irooil rtfenncea M 1.,
box 631 Sun uptown office, 120r, llroadway.
plIAMnr.HMAII) AND WAIIHESS. wonea Jl'l
J wllllmt and clenn. Rood referoni ea. Jl C , but
621 Snn uptown ofllce. 12H5 llroadway.
7iooh AND I AtNbltF.SR. beat n-fironcea fr in
V jirhato familiea, kooiI refenncia. M. B .lot
C21 Hun uptown olllce, 12flr, Droadway.
( K.MIF.TI:NT RITCHKSMAID, wanes 1H e 1
references. A II., bui 020 Sun uptown o" ,
12iir llroadwaj
1 71HS1-CLASS LAUNDRESS, .' 20. eirclloi.t
references. K. M. O , box 02.' Sun uptown 1 f
floe. 12tl6 H roadway.
'OOD FAMILY TOOK; weuea 2B thoronitlilr
J enmprtent. Kood reforenrea M. MiM , but f.2J
bun uptown olllce, 12111 llroadway.
IADIES' MAIII underalands hair dreaallnr, pack
J filar, sood aea-natreia, ftc: Itr referern-ea, O, F
box r,.'!l Sun uptown olllce, 1205 llroadway.
STENlToilAI'IIEH, otperiencedi Bond Ennllah ed 1.
cation, oxport on Smith l'remler machine mil
Yoat, tranacrlbes notes correctly and awlftly, bi
references from former omployer; flOOO. Adilreja
OAKI-Fl'L. box 144 Hun olllce.
SETTLED COLOltl D WOMAN wlahea petition ai
O cook In prli ate family or boarding houae. 1 all
227 West 18(h St.
SWEDISH PARLORMAID wairea I0; city refer
ences. N. J., boir,J7 Sun upto wn office, 12f5
Broalway.
ituntlona Wnntcct gtnlw.
"TTlAVE llAl) 2tl YEARS' EXI'EIUKXf fi
WITH ONE OF THE LAUOEST WHOM
KALE DI(Y OOOIW HOUSES IN 1 HH
CITY. I All THOROUGHLY FAMILI VII
WITH MAKING COLLECTIONS M'J.
CESSFULLY ANI) AEJUSTlNtr CLAIMS
AOAINST IlMLllOAP EXI'lUSS COM;
TANIES, AC. I AM ALSO A THOltOl (.1
UOOKKEEl'Elt AND COMPrVniXT IS
EVEUY WAY TO MAKE MYSELl" VALl
A11LE TO ANY 1'IItM HEOUIKIXC. MY
SERVICES. I CAN GIVE GOOD Rl.FI I ;
ENCES. ADDRESS ENERGETIC, W
151 SUN OFFICE.
DENTIST. reRlet.rod graduate, as aaalilai t;
moderate salary references. B, box 12 1 sua
uptown oilUe. 12r Droadway. .
S TENOORAI'nKIl'anil Reralnitton expert itestre.
permaututlpoaitlnn 12 seara expi-rieota ..' f,J
appearance. 1IUS1NESS, box llUSuu uptimu olB. c,
12flB llroadway.
SITUATION "WANTED hy" profoa.lnnal Oirman
cook: itoodcity itftronces, wat'ea J. Aii'ireu
A .box 173 Bun olf 10.
UPHOLSTERMt, ilrt-ila-a. dealrea work Inn
prii ate familiea at home or residence llrt-
erenceB. OKOROE LF.ININIlKlt. 8HH Ktli ai
YOIINO MAX. 83. WI.LI. i:il' A rl II,
niimi Ai'l'i.AKANri:, nrsiiti.s riiN
tion as ( ash1kii in cai'iii i.iioii iii i
kki:nui:s and mono i-i k.msiikh. j.i;
KllbsS tJASMIF.It. HO lllOSI'N ll'TOUN
orriri:. ino hiioama.
Y01'NOMAN,"s.C bonoat and rollal.le ""'
in iieneral olllco work, deairffl pualtiou aa 1 lort
orcollictor with flr't-rlsss home, iron. I nf rm '
and bond. C'LF.ltK. box l'JU Sun uptown oill 1 1.
liroalway. 1
'OtNO MAN, refined, nlneitod. dialrra poaiti n
. aacompinion and aaaiataut to imalid if ' '
man. COMPANION, box 121 bun uptown ollli 1 l-"
liroAdway. .
lUUUntrjj nml rfmaliinn.
J?URR Remodelled and Rcpalri ds s,.l Rn iu.anl
Capea altcredl Into faaliinnalilo iiarmnita lit t
atylea, atTery,uiodiratcpuct. IIAltKKIl'S, 111
Hlitll at.
tVautrd la $uvthuf.
i'l'TlNITl'llF. mill HOUSEHOLD FFFI ( T.
Want In fiiriiiih arieral aimrtlneut b n-' - '
jiay aiiot ciah for entire tontentH nf hion-a. ' 1
llata. M ,box ll.". Sun uptown olllce. 12n'. i 1 U '
?C(Ura!.
ATTENTION -OI.li DR. GRIND! H OltMilr"
UNIM'llsIiy OF 111'. 11 IV Or MW 1V''N
MEDIUM, DEPVHTMILSr .1 . KARS ASPF III "J
IN DISEASES OF M1..V OLD Dlt. ulllNDI 1 '
been louifereaUliliahetlaud haa had liliirei 1" ' '
than am otliei ailitrtl'lui; pbj.i inn uti 1 " !
prm. thla. Llnler lua aLitulltii trtalui' nt ol 1
aktli iliaiAHea pain lu bonca, rid -l' la. urt ll r
and liinulh. uliera, puiuful awellnuH xi la
bladiltr louiplalnta auldlui: InlUinuiatiuii 'i '
nudcMlopid uruana weak back 1 ;t Ml iblf a"
apeadll), pollualulitij Hired Mi ll about t 1 "
ahoiild consult OLD lilt OlllMH.I- Inn 11 1
mant rcmoiid Suflerera. d 1 nut waile ti 10
Iniliaaakllful phjallaua l( ill. lallior. l "
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fnc MiditinnSl Ilmira. u lu u Snndai- 1
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tillarantccil 111 all Ihcdlai ae pi Hilar t in 11 '
)olaiu kln illaiaaia, k iluey ulid bl ' I 1 1 ' :
winkiiiaa, in nmia iiibllity. error of '
llriallia, UndeMli Pell uritalia. Illlpu linn 1 la 1 i
llaire, A. t'onaull old Dr. l.re) llrat In . i " '
eat talAbliaheil and Iho lonuiat III I'rai n '
specialist 111 thi iltj OT 11 mir I". y "
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