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WABCTS.
WANTED? A SITUATION TO DO GENERAL HOU8E
work, or uh&uiberwork an?l ?ewin?. l?y a re^pcetaMe
Woman, lvlio ean produce good Brooklyn ri*f ore neon as to i :i -
tttgri ty u.ut lu'flViftftu'y . Sh? would go a short iiiiiaaw in the
?uuntry. if rciinirctl Kbf can l'c seen until duitcJ, :vt No. 4
Sands : trect, Brooklyn, in 1 lie * asement.
WA K ?D- BY A N tCt, 01NTWEU YOUNG IKOLISU
girl, who imin ?? r |.)i a u . a situation hs ( 'hainbermaid 4ml
Wait, r, or to take t arc of children and dn pltia sewing. Will
be willing tn make heruolf generally useful. Host of (*">
reference f i ?. <n. I'l<c?e call at WJ West Eig'it*?nth street
tl.rtc Jeers lioni tin- Sixth avcime. (.a a be ?<:<? it for litre*
days.
WANTED? A CAPABLE PROTECTANT GIBIu AS
Seamstress, the best of city reference required Apply
?t7i St. Mark's place. '
WANTED ? BY A STEADY AND RESPECTABLE
young womr.n. a >it nation a* Cook, W milter, and lroner.
lias no objections to go a >rt di,-tiince i<i the country,
liest t ity reference from her last place. Can bo neon for
two days, at No. Ill Seventeenth street, near Seventh
?venue.
WANTED? BY A YOUNG CIRL, A SITUATION A8
Cbapibermid: hns no objection to i!<> fine washing
iXVtr.f. or to take care of children. The best city rofcr
Ciii? given, if reiiuircd. < an be seca for two days, at 2uti
Weft Twenty-seventh street. _ .
WANTED- A SITUATION. DY A BBSPBOTABLI
young woman, an Chambermaid, or to take earn of
children. The best <.f reference given from l>cr last place.
Apply at C.,> 1 1 viti ii street. in : '??? r. r. No.:'.
Wanted? a situation as housekeeper, by
an American lady. Address II. U., bo* 2,R8l lower
Post Office, or call at M Willnuphby ? troet, Brooklyn.
WANTKD-BY A RESPECTABLE YOUN(! WOMAN,
a ritiiHtiun.il Chambermaid. and to assist in taking
ewe of children, or to do plain sewing. Best of city reference
can be given. Can be teen for two days, at No. 2i0 Snllivau
?treet, between Amity and Bleocker, front room, No, 8,
WANTED? It Y A RESPft TABU TOtTM WOMAN,
a sitoation as Cbambermaid an.) Walter, or to take
ebari-e of children; wonld have no objection to travel with a
ladv, and do plain sewing. Good reference given. l'loase
?all at 1.11 East Sixteenth struct, between First street and
Avenue A.
WANTED? A SITUATION. BY A STEADY YOUNG
woman, to do plain cooking, washing and ironiug, or
?tencriil housework. Can give tho mnst respectable city re
ferences. Please Inquire at No. 24.'i William street, for two
days.
WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG OIRL. A
situation an Nurse and Seamstress, or Nurse and
Chambermaid. Can give excellent refereucee from her last
place, where she ean bo seen for one week, No. 41 Greenwich
avenue. Would not object to goiug a abort distance in the
?eu ii try.
WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG GIRL, A
situation, as Conk, Washer, and Ironer. or as Latin -
dres4, or to do general housework in a private family. Has
food reference. Can be seen for two days, at No. H2 First
avenue, between Eighth and Ninth streets.
WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
Protestant girl, to cook, wash, and iron, or do gene
ral housework in a private family. Uood eity reference.
Inquire at 14'> Jay street, Brooklyn. Can be toon for two
days, if not engaged.
WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
young girl, as Cook and good Itaker, or would do
?hainberwork. The best of reference can be given, if re
quired. Can he seen for to-day. Please call at IM West
Broadway, first floor, back room.
WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE ENOLISU WOMAN,
who thoroughly understands her businesa, a situation
a* Cook, in a private family. Has no objection to go in the
country. Good rcferencea will be given. Please call at No.
SI Crosby street. Can be seen for three days.
WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
girl, to cook, and assist with the washing and iron
ing: she understands her business perfectly, and has the
best of city reference; has no objection to go a short dis
tance in the country. Please apply at No. 174 East Twen
ty-fourth street, between the First and Second avenuei.
Inn be seen for two days, if not engaged.
WANTED-A SITUATION. AS SEAMSTRESS, AND
tako rare of children, by a Protestant young woman,
with good recommendations. Apply, this week, at her pre
test place, No. .'>5 Bedford street.
WANTED-A SITUATION. BY AN AMERICAN GIRL
of good disposition, as Nnrse, or to tako care of chil
dren. Address K. L.. this office.
WANTED? A SITUATION AS LADY'S MAID AND
Seamstress, hy a Protestant girl. Also, as Nurse and
Seamstress, or to wait on an invalid lady, by a competent
person. Reference given. Please apply at Ml Broadway,
second floor, front room.
WANTED-A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
young woman, in a privato family, as first rate Cook,
good Washer, anil Ironer. Beit of city refercnco can be
Riven. Please call at No. II Ludlow place, in Houston
street, where she has lived for the lait three year*. Can be
?ecu for two days.
WANTED-A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
Drat rate cook, who understand)) making jellies and
pastries of all descriptions. Can givo the best city refe
rence from the most respectahlo families. May bo scon, for
two days, at MA Wallce* gtrcet. Inquire at tho storo.
WANTF.D-BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN,
a situation to do the cooking, and assist in the washing
and ironing, in n private family, or to do the general house
work of a small family. The very best of eitv reference can
be produced. Please to inquire' at No. Ill If ott street, in
front. Can be soon for two days only.
WANTED? A SITUATION AS CHAMBERMAID, OR
Waiter, or to assist in washing and iron in/, or travel
with a lady, or take care of children. Can bo well recom
mended (rum her last place, where she lived four years.
Can be seen f..r two days, at <0 Delaney street, second floor,
in the rear. Best of city and country reference.
A N T I". D? A SITUATION. BY A COMPETENT
voting girl, to do chamberwork ; has no objection to
general housework, in a respectable private family. Can
M Nn for two days, at .'>77 Tenth street, fourth floor.
WANTED? BV A RESPECTABLE PROTESTANT
young woman, a situation as Nurse, and do plain sew
ing, or chain bcrwork. References of respectability given, by
applying aUS Sprinr? street, np stairs.
WANTED- A SITUATION, 15 Y A YOUNC. AKEIUCtV
woman, to do general housework. Apply at No. 134
Twenty-second street, between the Second and Third ave
nues, tonrth floor, 1 nek room.
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WANTED ? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
young girl, as a tlrst rutu Cook, Washer, and Ironer.
Best of city reference will be given. Plcate oall ftt bl King
street, first floor, back room.
WANTED? BY A MIDDLE AGED WOMAN, A SITUA
tion as Housekeeper where there is no mistress; a good
head over children, and would take the entire charge of t)?fe
kit' hen; is a eood cook. No oldection to go a thort distance
in the country. Apply at if.' Mulberry street, ntar Prince.
WANTED-A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
. "'r1; is a good plain eook, washer and ironer. or can
do cbamberwnrk. (!ood city reference can bo given. In
?iutrc at 74 Pitt itrcet. Can be m for two days.
WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE PROTESTANT
young woman, a situation as Seamstress, or to tako
care of a baly from its infancy; is a first rate shirt maker;
undurstnnds cutting and making children's dresses: can om
Iroider on the finest work: no objections to cook, wash and
irnn. The best of reference from her last place. Please call
at 214 Twenty-sixth street, between Eighth and Ninth
avenues.
WANTED-A SITUATION, AS COOK, AND TO IIELP
as Laundress, in a private family, by n very expe
rienced girl, with cxeclledt city references. Plcaso crll at 74
Sixth avenue, in the bookstore.
WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOTNO WOMAN,
a situation to do Housework. Is a good washer and
ironer, and can do plain cooking. Can give good city refer
ence. Can be seen for three days, at 111 Ninth avenue, up
atairs.
WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN,
a situation as ChainlermaJd and plain Cook, or to do
the pencral housework of a small private family, and plain
sewing The best of city referenco given. Maybe seen for
two days. Please call at No. 2 L'nion place, South Brook
lyn. Hamilton ferry.
WANTED-A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
yonng girl, as Waitor, in a private boarding house.
Good refcreue c can be given. Please eall at 250 Seventh
street.
WANTED?BY A YOI'NG GIRL LATELY COME
from the South, a situation ai Nurse and Seamstress.
Mie is of a kind disposition, and has always taken caro of
? hildren since sh* caine to this coantry. nnd can give refor
Snof, if required. Sim can be seen at 90S Twelfth street.
WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNC. WOMAN,
n situation as plain Cook and first rate Washer and
Ironer; or to do the general housework of a small family.
The best of refereace given. Please call at frtiH Houston
ctreet. in the boot store, near Broadway. Can be seen for
two days.
WANTE D? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN ,
a situation as Chambermaid, and to assist in washing
a-ol ironiri'. Is willing to make herself generally useful.
Good reference given. Can be seen for four days. Please
call at to'-' II l' i ii street, In ihi boot tore, near Broadway.
WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
young woman, as Chambermaid snd Waitor, or a?
Pi amstress. and to take the care of children; also to do the
Iwricwork of a small family. Tho best of reference given.
Please ap) ly at 2.".'! Mulberry street.
WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG OIEL, A
situation as Seamstress. She lives with her parents;
tind is competent in cutting and fitting dresses. Would not
object going a short distance iu the country. Please call at
IS} Avenv." C, immediately.
WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN,
a situation as Cook, Washer and Ironer, or to tako
eare of children. "T to do plain sew ing. Best of city refer
ence can l?e given. Please call at Kit! Mulberry street, be
tween llcster anil Walker streets. Can be seen for two days,
WANTED-A SITUATION. BY A RESPECTABLE
Pr.'testant girl, as Cook, Washer and Ironer in a re
sneetahlc private family. The beat of city referenco ean ho
given. Please eall at SI B eat Nineteenth street. Can bo
*ecn f?,r two days.
WANTED ? BY A RESPECTABLE PROTESTANT
young woman, a situation as Nurs? and Seamstress, of
< ham In i maid and Seamstress, (ioodcltv reference given.
May be s< en for two days. Plcaso eall at S'o. 173 West Nine
teenth strctt, in the basement.
WANTED-A SITUATION. BY A RESPECTABLE
woman, as < hamlo rinai-l and Nurse, plain Sewer, or
assistant in washing and ironing. She lived three and a
half year.' In her last place, lis. no objection to go a short
distance from t.ie city, Good city reference tan bo given.
I'leaso call at No. 21? Walker street. Can he scon for two
days.
WANTED - A SIT! \TION. BY \ HE^PEl TAfcLE
young w< mm, in n private family. as* f,r?t rat" Cook.
Has find go. .il experience In the business, in t he best of
families in the city. References given to that eff.'flt. Cull
at tot". llnu.i.n itrc t, in tho store, between Broadway snd
the Bowery.
WANTED? A SITI A HON. AS COOK. IN A PRIVATE
family, ty a resnectahlo Protestant woman, who
thoroughly nnderstand Iter business. Best ofelty reference
given. Can lc seen for two days, at 1!?7 Forajth street, in the
basement.
WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN,
a situation, as good Laundress, in a private family, or
4^ do ehninbt i work and fine waeMng snd ironing. The I, est
?>f eity r< lercnces. M sy be seen for two dayr. Please call at
jii. ;tf) Great .loncs street.
WANTED? A SITUATION. BV A RESPECTABLE
girl, to eook, wash, and iron, or t<> do general hnnse
wnrk : is willinc to mal e herself generally useful. Can
?!?mo w ell recommended from her last plAee. Call at .Vlii
Houston street, second door, second llo or, iu 'he rear.
WANTED -BV A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN,
a sitnato n as Children's Nurse, and to do plain sewing.
Ve objection to go a short oi?lanee in the . ountrr, or to
travel with a lady. 11. st of city reference given, am! muy be
seer for two dayr. Please all at "17 GrteoW'rti ?tfCCt, <>ne
4i u Uiiu tlx k'-i-c; t! I r.l&tlia rtlttt.
WANTS.
WANTED? BY A RESPECT A BLR VOUNti WOMAN,
a rituuticn a<* Waiter or Cbajuhermai'l iu a prhatj
fatnilj: tan itivo the Le*t of til/ nf*r? me fr?>u? fcer int
riiaee. Can Ic icon for two day*, at No. 1 Union court, l*s
iwten Eleventh uud Twelfth *treet<f.
\JLT ANTED? A SITUATION, liV A RESPECT A !I1?*5
V? irirl, ad good pl&iu Cook, Wa*htr and Ir?>nor; j'o d
iifcy psfurenve. (- in be seen it r throe d nys. 1'ieAit ?a!l at
IU Me tt ?(mli fin ??t roow, "p fitirt.
WANTI6-UY i ??UU,I AWTISTABLB AND
w?M reeotitmended wouiau. a ritnatioii tin ../?
wbieh : he b well qualified; understand* baking I road, and
in alio a K^od laundrcfN. lias no objection to go in tho ? nun
try. Apply at 1L'4 WooMter street, between Spring aa?J
l'rinte Mm ti?.
RESPECTABLE
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WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN,
n tituation to lio the general housework of a small
private family. TI.e lest of tity reference from her last
?Iace. No objection to go a short distanco iu thu country,
'lease cull at Ml Clinton street, basement.
ANTED? A -SITUATION, HV A RESPECTABLE
young woman, as Chambermaid anil Seamstress; has
tjectlon to do general housework in a small family; is a
fir: t rnte washer anil ironer. Cau produce satinfactorv reA
ference from her last place. Please call at 28 Ma'iuon stroei,
s:c?ud floor, back room,
WANTfcO-A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
youuir Woman, as Cook, who understands her busi
ness, and can come well recommended. Can be seen at US
Eleventh street, in front basement, between First and
Second avenuea. None need apply but those willing to give
the highest wages.
WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN,
a situation as Chambeimaid audtoaasist in the wash
ing and ironing. No objection to go to the country. Has the
highest recommendations from several employers. Can be
seen for three days, at M75 Broadway, betweon Eighteenth
ami Nine teen th streets.
WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG GIRL, A
situation to do light ap stairs work, or wouid assiit in
doinggeneral housework. Canbe seeufortwo days. Please
apply at No. 14# West Seventeenth street, between Seventh
and Eighth avenues, up stairs.
WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN,
a situation as Chambermaid and lino Washer and
Ironer, or Waiter or Laundress. Tho best city reference oan
be given. Can be seen for two days. Please call at 232 Mul
berry street, first floor, front room.
WANTED? SITUATIONS, BY TWO ACTIVE, INTEL
ligent young women ? one to do the cooking, and
assist with the washing and ironing; she understands pastry
and baking, and will give satisfaction to her employer? tho
other to do the ehamberwork; she understands tine washing
and ironing. They would wish to bo engaged in the sarau
house. Will receive calls for three days, at 108 Cedar street.
WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN,
a situation as Nurse; is in the habit of taking earo of
children from their infancy ; has no objections to go to tho
country. The advertiser oan produce the best of city refer
ence. Please call at 7H Third avenue, second floor, front
room. Can he seen for three days.
WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
German girl, to do the cooking, washing and ironing.
Apply at the gocery store, No. 225 Varick street, corner of
duration street.
WANTED? A SITUATION AS COOK, IN A PRIVATE
family, by a very experienced (jirl, with good city refer
ence. Can do ehamberwork and waiting. Would go in the
country. Call at 112 Clinton place, Eighth atreot, near Sixth
avenue.
WANTED? SITUATIONS, BY TWO PROTESTANT
young women ? one as Laundress; is an excellent washer
and ironer. Has the best of city reference frem her last em
ployer, where she has lived eighteen months. The other as
Chambermaid and Seamstress. Has the best of eity refer
ence. Can be seen for two days, at W. L. Jonos' book store,
No. 152 Sixth avenue.
WANTED? BY A YOUNG WOMAN. A SITUATION TO
do general housework in a small private family; is a good
washer and ironer. She would like to go as Laundress. Can
be seen for two days, at 61 University place, between
Eleventh and Twelfth streets.
WAl^TED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG GIRL, A
sitnation to do general honsework in a small private
family, or as Chambermaid and Waiter. Sho understand*
her business perfectly, and can give good references. Cart
be seen for two days, at 72 Grand street, corner Wooster,
first floor.
WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN,
a situation as Chambermaid and fino Washer and
Ironer, or as Laundress, or would go as Chambermaid and
Waiter. The highest testimonials as to character and capa
bility can be given, if required, by applying at 270 Bowery,
between Prince and Houston streets.
WANTED? A MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN, CAPABLE
to take charge of the stores in a hotel. She must bo
exiericnced, understand something of cooking, and bring
the best of references. Catholics need not apply, for par
ticulars apply at 77 Third street.
WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN,
a situation to do general hcusework ; is a good washer
and ironer. Has no objections to tho country. Has good
eity reference. Can be seen for two days. Pleaso call at No.
17* Laurens street, in the store, for C. M.
WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN,
a situatirn to do general housework in a small private
family, or as Chumlierinaid and Waiter; is a good washer
and ironer. Tho l>ost of eity reference given. May be seen
for two days. Please call at No. 135 Crosby street, in the
rear, first floor.
WANTED? BY A YOUNG WOMAN, A SITUATION
as nurse and seamstress, or assist iu ehamberwork
and sewine. Ha? the best of city referenco. Please call at
47i! Fourth street, near the First avenue, first floor, front
room.
WANTED? A SITUATION. AS COOK. WASHER,
and Iror.er, or to do general housework, by a respecta
ble young woman, with good eity reference. Can bo seen at
24.1 Tenth street, eorner of First avenue, for two days, or
till suited.
WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
girl. as Seamstress and Nnrse, and to make herself
agreeable in a small family, whieh she can make as her
home, having no friends in this country. The best of eity
reference fr m her last place. Can be seen for two days, at
No. (j Fifth street, in the store, next door to the Tlireaa and
Needle slore.
Wanted_a situation, nv a respectable
young womnn, In a private family, as Cook: has no ob
i#: tion to assist iu the washing and ironing. The best of
dereference will lie given. Apply at 17 Sh? riff street, front
room, upstaire. Can be seen for two days.
WANTED? A SITUATION, BT A RESPECTABLE
young lady, a? Hrefsmaker, in a private family: is ea
palle of cutting and fittinic in any part of dressmaking.
Would prefer to go a shi rt distanco out of the city. Beit of
? ity reference. Please rail at 7S Wost Fifteenth stroct, third
fl or. lack room, t an lie seen for two day*.
WANTED? 11Y A RESPECTABLE TODNG WOMAN,
who perfectly understands her business, a situation
In a dry goods itore. Can he well recommended l>y her pre
aent employer, where the will bo disengaged in the course of
a week. Can give the best city references. Anyeommaads,
addressed M. II . or personal application, at 866 Pearl street,
for one week, will be promptly attended to.
WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
girl to do genoral housework in a small private family;
no objection to do charaberwnrk, or take care of children;!*
a good washer and ironer. Pleaso call at 108 Sixteenth
street, in the rear, between the Eighth and Ninth avenuoa.
Beet of city reference.
WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
woman as Cook, who perfoetly understands her busi
ness; is an excellent baker; can produce the best of eity
reference from her last employer. Please apply at 33 Clark
?on street, front basement.
WANTED? BY A RESPECT ABLH YOUNG WOMAN,
a situation as Chambermaid or Laundress, in a re
spectable family, Tlio best of city reference from her la-t
place. Can be seen for two days. Please call at 103 Six
teenth street, between Sixth and Sevonth avenues.
WANTED-A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
young woman, as Chambermaid, and to do fine washing
and ironine. No objection to do the genoral honseworknfa
smalt family. Has tho beet of eity reference. Please call at
No. 42 Laurens street, in the store, whoro sho van bo soon
for two days.
WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
German woman, as Cook, in a privato family. Under
stands making all kinds of pastry and dishes. Has the he?t
of city reference. Can bo seen for three days, at No. 28
Fourtn avenue, soco/id floor.
ANTED-A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
young woman, as plain Conk, la a good washer and
ironer. Tho best of city reference can be given. Apply
*t No. 172 East Eleventh street, between avenues A and II.
WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN,
asltnatiou as Seamstress. Is a good dressmaker;
lias no objection tp do light chamber work. Please call at
213 Twenty-fourth street. Tenth Avenue, ovor tho grooery
store. Can be seen two days.
WANTED-A SITUATION AS CHAMBERMAID AND
Child's Nurse, or as Nurse and plain Sewer. Can bo
aeon for threo days. Apply at No. 13 West Twenty-fourth
ftreot.
WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN,
a situation to wait on a lady and children going to
California, Has the beat of city refcrcnoe. Can bo aocn
at N o. 28 Fourth avenue, third floor.
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\MT ANTED ? A YOUNG AMERICAN OR FRENCH GIRL,
v v to do general honscwork and to assist in Washing and
In ning. Best city references required. Apply at No. <J
l'nion place. South Brooklyn, from nine to twelve o'clock.
WANTED? A SITUATION. BY A YOUNO WOMaN
as Child's Nurse, and to do plain sewing. Would pre
fer Leing with a family who would be travelling in the sum
mer. Hood i ity references given. Can be seen fvt two days,
at 101 Seventh street.
WANTED-A SITUATION. BY AN ENGLISH Wo
man, as Cook in a private family. Sho perfectly un
derstands her business, nud can give the best of < ity refu
rrncc. Can be seen nntil engaged, at 147 Third are uue, near
Fifteenth street, third floor.
WANTED-A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
young woman, ns Nurse and S>aw?tr"ss, wh i under
stands cutting and fitting children's drcs??s, in I is willing
to make herself generally n/efu! in doing t is I jht work of a
bouse. Call or addrers 264 First avenue. I ,?< w. n lifie. ntli
and Sixteenth streets, tirM floor, front r in. Rep. ctalilo
reference t an l e kIvcd. t an be si en for a few days.
[f ANTED? A SITUATION BY A REHPF.f T till E
. f ynung w.man in a private famltv as Nurse Can do
plain sewing. She i an givo the best of reference from her
two last placi t. Pleaso tall at SB1 Twelfth street, corner of
First avenne.
WANTED ? BY A RESPECTABLE PROTESTANT
young worn in a situation as ( haml>er'iiald and Seam
streis. Ila? served a? such for nineteen month* In this < ity.
No objection to go to Bro iklyn or a short distance in tlie
country. Unexceptionable eity refercnoe given. Enquire
at 21A Canal street, in the store.
ANTED? BY A RlflPECTABf.il YOUNO WOMAN
a situalinn te do general honsework. Good wusher
and Ironer. The he*t of r? fer -nee gi\ en. Please eall at I'"7
l.roome street, between ciiuton and Attoriny streets,
ie. ond floor, Tronl room.
W ANTED? SITUATION S ~F < > R PER I ENCE D
Jf Airnrunn woman, n* Niutha. iin>l ?o do flno flowing;
four rrrifcMd .1 nn?! Mitrrn eieoilcnt i>I*in rook . W Altar*,
and Ironers: also itvei*l Protestant and other servants, of
every description, carefully selected and hl.-blv recommend
Ilr'iiokl n Ageney.2fl9 f ?lton street, corner of Tillary,
WA NTE I). X i T I A f! i ik, fit ? iliflPK r a Hi. r.
yo?M woman to do general housework or chamber
work oinl fine waM.log asd ironing. She >.?, no oblention
to go a short distsioc in the ernntry. Pleas* call ni ,VS
< recno strejvin tic latent it, ?e?r Broome. < .^n lesecn
In tt. 4
WANT*.
WaVi V.D'-UAH EU I A T K r, Y, A CARRIER FOK MOSN
in,; sud ?ftarni>uu. Nono but a vi.urt, active intc'lli
gi nt lukn 1 *< rt : J plT. On'' it knowledge of tho Miai
u*?s [referred. ? nil ?t No. I Front (treat, Br>oklyu, up
ct J r tl le tft) I r in 10 !? 13# I I' ? k.
MfA.NTKD? A I.001CK KEl'ETl ; 0X2 THAT HAS R.X
pcrinue in tl>: clotliii bni: i ? would >??J preferred.
Good r ? tcrenee r.'ijeired. Apply at No. ?>9 Willia.it street.
W - T U ID k TAYLOR'8, i.i ami CI CATil
"irint st"Tt no r"'"' 1 '' 'aieemmi i'i fi# city i.ra le,
-kin* ?w>u>?n and T^fOi-'' to ?ylwnq * nr-:t r?t?
tuilary w ill be given.
WAK \Tp -A SITUATION AS UAUDB.N' Kit. BY A SO
Icr, industrious married man, of pood ehaiwcter, who
h?* ):ot a wife muI no children; under: taudu all vv vt.iblo
cr? vlBfr. And early fr reinji; and proper manatfvmenfc of ;;reon
lioi.ro plr.uta. and iw willing to aK i-ton a farm occasionally,
if required. Il;c; tuo most satisfactory reference, an:) has
no oljt t lion to i?u a short divtame in the country. Add re.**
T. at the oUhc of thin paper, and it will he attended to,
WANTED? A SITUATION AS GARDENER. BY A
steady, active man, a native of Germany, who under
stand* the KtigtUh Uneuapo. in married, and without a fa
mily: would have no objection to take charge of a xmill
farm, his wife being conversant v?ith tJie care of a <>;iiry.
Can give the beet of city reference to any ronp'ctaMo fa
mily ^ho *huulu require hi* services. Addreu* J. II., at this
tfflce.
W
A NT K.I) ? A SITUATION. Uy A RESPECTABLE
,""n' 'v.?aebrt\Mis tm tmierataniu hm h\m
heV ' ?**" glT" reference from bio lust place, whore
..reed its enacliinan mid rardener. Woulit have no ob
jection to any reeiiectublo employment. Cast bo aoeu for
t? o day a, if nut enraged, ut No. I rear I street, grocery.
WANTED? A SITUATION. AS COACHMAN AND
Gardener. Can (rive tho best of city reference an to hi.
h< ii< tj and sobriety. Address T. II. I>., Herald office.
"II J A N T F. II - - A YOUNG MAN. AS WAITER IN A
?T dining saloon. Apply at the Commercial Coffee Honsc.
68 Dey street.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY ? A SALESMAN, IN A
I r tin li and wood ware store. None need apply bnt thos.s
who understand the above business perfectly. Address Ar
nold, at the oflioo of this paper, stating by whom laat em
idoyed.
WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A YOUNG MAN. IN
a wholesale and retail grocery and liquor store, or
in any store where his services would ho required; ia a gonl
accountant. and can writn a good band, and tho heat of city
references given: or would take charge of a respectable bar
?would liavo no objection to tho country. Address M. H.,
No. 6 Itatavia street; or Mr. Regions, lO.'i West Seventeenth
street, will be attended to. Will be hoard of for three days
WA N T E D-BY A RESPECTABLE PROTESTANT
young man, a situation ai l'orter or Helper, iu a
wholesale or retail hardware, grocery or Honor .tore, or
would assist in doing the eustom house work of a merchant.
Has had three year, experience in the ahove business. Would
have no objection to go a short distance in the country with
a respectable farmer. The beat of city referonoe. given.
I'lene call at or address J. W. D., S3 Fulton itreet, corner of
Cliff atrect, for two days.
WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A SMART, ACTIVE
young man, as Light Porter, who can loan his em
ployer $.V) dollars as security. Please call at, or addre.a a
noto to Wm. Scanlon, .YiO Sixth avenne.
WANTED ? TWO SCOTCHMEN AS COACHMEN,
thev must perfectly understand their hnsinesa, of
steady ana trnsty habits, with good references. Also, a
yonng man, deairona of improvement in plant culture, to
work in a garden. Apply to ALEXANDER SMITli, Seeds
man. 388 Broadway.
WANTED? A SITUATION AS GARDENER, BY A
man that thoroughly understand the business in all
its branches, and can lo woll recommended; would mako
himself generally useful. Address F. C.. care of Mr. Webb,
S6Groenwieb street, for eight days.
WANTED? TWO ENGLISH OR SCOTCH MEN, TO
work In a garden. Also, wanted ? an active, intelli
gent man, who understands waiting well, to act as hall
porter in a hotel; also, two smart boys, to make themselves
generally nsefuL Apply at 106 Chambers street, or 7 Car
mine street.
WANTED ? BY A RESPECTABLE ENGLISHMAN
and his wife, Protestants, situations? the man as
Gardener, and wonld be willing to look after one or a pair
ofhorsos. His wife is a good cook, and understands washing
and ironing well. They ean kave good reference frem their
last employer. I'l.ase address J. T., Gardener, Herald
office. *
WANTED? A CLERK IN A LAWYER'S OFFICE?
one who ean write a fair hand, and possesses some
knowledge of the practice. Address, postpaid, box 1,630 Post
Office.
WANTED? A FIRST RATE UPHOLSTERER CAN
find employment by addressing Box 5U9, Albany, N.
Y.. Post Office. To a good workman, the highest wages will
be paid and constant employment given.
ANTED-A SITUATION AS GROOM, OR GROOM
and Coachman, by a native of England, who under
stands his business in all its capacities. N o objection to the
country. Direct to Denney, 260 Delancy street.
WANTED? A SITUATION, AS FIREMAM IN A
hotel or saloon, by a young man well acquainted with
the budneas. Can got good city refercncos from his last
plaee. PlcaEO address C. M., Herald office.
WANTED? A TRADE.? A YOUNG MAN OF SORF.R,
steady habits, just from the conntry, would he willing
to bind himself te a bricklaycr, stone.cutter, marble polisher,
or any other respectable trade, for some time. lie ia be
tween eighteen and nineteen years of age. Can be seen at
No. RS West Seventeenth street; or a note, stating where au
interview may be had, will be attonded to.
WANTED? A MAN TO OPEN OYSTERS. TO TEND
the bar. and make himself generally uscfnl; with good
reference from the last place. Address No. 11 Chatltam
street, at 11 o'clock.
w
WANTED? BY A RESl'ECTABLl MAN AND HIS I
wife, situations; ho aa an indoor servant. and will
make himself useful; sho as a thorough good Cook; situ has
lived for thin laat sixteen yoara in tne first of families in
England, and ean serve up handaome dinnera, luncheona. and
suppers, for large parties, if required, and will ho found a I
thorough go< d servant. Address, by letter, post paid, to
C. G. S., No. 6ti Gold street. I
WANTED? A NURSE-ONE WHO CAN SPEAK
both French and English; must understand thecare
ol children, and be a good ueamstress. Call at No. S3 Myrtle
avenue, Brooklyn.
WANTED? A SITUATION, BY AN AMERICAN
lady, as Housekeeper or Nurse, or to wait on a lady;
would have no objection to trawl with Can be *.??>*?
during this week, at 16 Myrtle avenue, Brooklyn.
WANTED-BY A VERY COMPETENT VOUNG H O
man. a situation as Chambermaid, to assist at wash
ing and ironing. Can produce the best of city references as
to capability and honesty from her last employer. I'leaseto
rail at No. 243 Tenth street, between the First and Second
?Tonnes, first floor. To be seen fur two day*.
WANTED? SITUATIONS, BY TWO RESPECTABLE
young women ? on* as good Cook, Wash er, and Ironer;
is a good baker, and has lived with the one family three
years. Best city reference given, lias no objection to go in
the country; the other as Chambermaid, and to assut with
the washing and ironinr. Would wish to live in on* family,
if possible: if not, woald go separate. Can be seen, for two
days, at 115 Allen street.
WANTED? A MIDDLE AGED RESPECTABLE AME
rioan or English woman to take eare of a sick lady
and infant child, slioiwuild he received as on* of the family
and eat at the same table. The best of city references re
quired. Address Edward, Herald office, stating where an
interview may be had. None need answer thia advertise
ment but thoso that can give the very best of city reference.
WANTED, SITUATIONS.? FAMILIES IN WANT OP
excellent help, are respectfully invited to call at the
Select Employment Agency, No. 41S"Broadway, two doors
above Canal street, where the very best of servant s ? females
and males ? of every domestic station, and various nations,
can always bo obtained. Orders from eitv or country faith
fully and promptly executed. J. U. MULLER At CO.
WANTED? AT 114 NASSAU STREET, SCHOOL
Teachers, Salesmen, men on railroads and steamers,
Porters, Barkeepers, Coachmen, Gardeners, boys to learn
t rades. Waiters, fce, Places fur smart girls readv. Appli
cants at a distance anclosing one dollar, free of postage,
describing the aitqatlon louaircd, can be suited by
TUOS. SPINK, A rent.
WANTED? SERVANTS, SERVANTS, SERVANTS,
Servants, Servants, Servants. ? Tho very best servants
in this city m ay bo obtained at the " Select Protestant Em
ployment Agency, " 7 Carmine strcot, and " Society Agency,"
106 Chambers street, established A. I). 1S2.V? girls. m?n, and
boys, of ovtry station, for oity or country. Only thoso of
good character admitted.
WANTED-BY THE ADVERTISER, AN OPERA
Glass, worth abont $Z\ for which will bo givon in
cxchangea full sat of Ivory Tabla Cutlery; valued at thirty
dollurs. A note addressed to Henry, Herald offlco, will
receive prompt attent ion.
WAITER WANTED? AND TO ASSIST IN WASHING.
Apply at the upper corner of 1'ifth aveanu and Twen
tieth street.
A RESPECTABLE GERMAN LADY IS DESIROUS OF
obtaining a situation to attend a fancy store. She liaa
?onsiderable experience in business, and would bo very us?
fullnan Embroidery and Fanny Establishment. She un
derstand* all kinds of fsney work, and embroiders equal to
(lie French. She would bo willing to occupy herself in any
of the above work when not engaged in tne store. Please
apply at 72 West Twenty-first street, where specimens of
her work can bo seen.
BOY WANTED? A SMART INTELLIGENT BOY
wanted in an office. Anply a'. 88 Water street, up
stairs, between 11 and 12 o'clock.
T31.ACKSM1TII ANI) COACH BODY MAKER WANTED
AJ ? at the Morrisania Carriage and Wagon Factory,
Mi rrisania village, Morse avenue, corner Union avenue.
C1 LOTH INC, TRADE ?A PERSON HAVING $2,000, AND
/ possessed of a practical knowledge of tho clothing busi
ness, could form an advantageous arrangement with tho
advertiser. Address "Clothing Trade," at this office.
Drug clerk-wantf.d. in an up town drug
store, a young man, about fifteen years of age. who is
desirous to learn the business. Address box 132 Post Offioe.
HOUSEKEEPER'S SITUATION IS WANTED? BY AN
American lady, or assistant. No objection to a board
ing housa or hotel; private family preferred. Call, or ad
dress Mrs. R. F., No. 112 West Kroailway. Reference given,
SALESMAN WANTED? IN A RETAIL CLOTHING
Store. None but au experienced man, and one woll
recommended, will answer. Address, with references,
to PILOT. Herald ufllt e.
Salesman wanted- an active, industrious
young man is wanted as Salesman, by a honse Just com
mencing the importation of Wines, Ilrandies, A". One ne
qnninted with the business will be preferred, anil to Siioh lib
eral terms will he offered. Unexceptionable references will
be required. Address Box S07, Post Office.
rpwo RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMEN WANT SIT
A nations ? one to do cooking or general housework, the
otber to do general housework or chaiuberwi.rk Good city
referenco ran Lo given. Can bo simii for two days, at It*!
Twenty-first street, near the Seventn avetine.
TO BOSH BUILDERS. -Till \ DVERTISER IS l)E>IK
ous of meeting with a bops builder who would give him
steady employment. Can work on stonework to the advan
tage of his employer, and has also been cng.ired "n ri'-k
work. Would maVe a fair average on both. Would like to
find steady employment in either town or country, as he
w ishes to spend some more time on brhliwork. The' l est of
city references can be given ns tn his sobriety and industry
f, r his employer's benefit. I'l< ase address a line to G. V.. v'>
1 ist Eleventh street, which will be punctually attended to
fur two days, if not engaged.
mo DRUGGISTS.? WANTED TO PURCHASE. DRUG
1 Fixtures, dottles, and Drawers. Apply :it the B ?? ry
Draft Store, It'.'.
TO PRINTERS. ENGRAVERS AND PUBLISHERS.?
A prat tical Printer, from London, is desirous of ob
tsining asllnatinn ?- a Wood Cut Printer, in oil colors,
( Hnxier's patent: ) he is *t*o acquainted with Flock Printing
(Mcer's patent,) and all kinds of ornamental color printing
and embossing. Parties desirous to start any of the above
I ranehi's. 'his <? an available opportnni ty, a the .vlnrrti?cr
kw kau ?-onsiderable experience with the Patealaaa. Ad
dr< ? A B , 144 Be*, JUraid Office.
f ^ ^ WANTS.
A watchmaker wants a situation, who ii.\s
l.ail expert' iiv? iu t !>? lu?iut^i*. AiMrcsi O , UenlJ
office.
APRVQ CI.FKK WANTED ONE FULLY rOMPB
Unt muy hear of a btti;r.tlon up town, by adiirossiu,',
with ruftrt[m>. .1. 1,. P., Herald ..thee.
A lfiOVaSnS?0 A.'.u UOVHKKJ ElUSlfc- A LADY OK
JT*. w>p" l*1 i ity, !- .!? ?lr in #f A in* Ix-rsolf In * wi
dower's family <.fre?p::< lability. Ml# i- eon potent I roni |re?t
cxju rUnic to ink.: tin- . I:ar*u ami education of a yonngra.nl
ly, mill t i ta!>. t ho i!irccii>u f the .I'.inr tlo a.-m i>:<nnei; U
c'l u family wl.i re ?lomcstU ? ?r?k> J>t. Jtc!' r?mc|S *u'i
A*idr*' ! i" fct paid, fc. Loa 7<?o, r* ? -t r.Tice, New * or*.
A MONTHLY NirU.^S WISHKS TO RXOAGE WftTtI
a d* licate female, ? r a f >uns mother, to travel, or upend
two or throe month* in the ?ou . 1 1 ry . ('an he aeon at No. 150
Muorv^ utrevt. The Lot cf refcroncea ftiven.
AfCVVt FHFNCH LADY A ITIfATIOH
to atter.'l a fancy rr confectionary utore. 1*1' u?d <*all
at the lorat r of Suteoi th meet and Third aveuno, N >. 17 *.
ARE5PE1TABLK YOUNG WOMAN WISIIKS A SIT
unti? n a* Chan; horinaid, and to do plain newing, or ai
regular laum<rcH *, in a private family, riuaim call at, or
ad?ir? us by let 1 1 r to, (if by It tor. Mt.itiug the wa^on) Sarah
Jano T.arkin, No. 83 Leonard street. City reference given.
A NEAT, TIDY, YOUNG GIRL, WITU GOOD CITY
referent ci. wants a situation ii* LuinMrem, or w >u! 4
<*?* *,""Th*. ai> * n*4 ''"-t",*, m
would take care of ? hildren and do plain sowing. Has no
objections tu go to the country or travel witli a laily.
Plans* call, or address, At fid Attorney street.
A YOUNG ana is desirous <>c a situation as
piniu Cook, good Washer and I rone r. Would iln tho
general housework of a small family- Huh no oljectiun to
go a short distance in tin) country, Wages not to much an
object ar a permanent home. I'Teasc eall at, or address a
note to M. O., 'H>2 Mott street, first tloor.1
A RESPECTABLE YOU NO WOMAN WANTS A SITU
a tir. ii as Chain uermai.l: la n first ratfl washer and ir iner,
and in willing to maVo liernolf useful. Han good city refe
rence. Can lie M-en at 3>S Kiibth avtuue, bctKtcu Twentieth
and Twcnty-liriit atrceta.
ARKSI'ECTAIIKE YOUNO WOMAN WANTS A SI
tuation an SeaniBtreai'. and to tako earo of eliildrea;
i<hc i* willing to make h?r?elf generally nneful. Can be seen
for three ilayn. I'leatn call at N o. 72 Mott ?tri'?t.
AMMPECTAHLK YOUNO OIUI. WANTS A SITUA
tion ni Chambermaid and Waiter, or to ansiat in
wa?hlng and ironing, Good rity reference can lio given.
Apply at -l!> Stventh aTCnuo. third door, front room.
A YOUNO WOMAN WISHES A SITUATION AS
ScainstriM; van eat mid it children's and bat>y'<
dresses. The heft * city reference can be given. I'leato
call at HI Eighth avenue.
A YOUNO MAN, OF SORER, MORA], nA IHTS, WANTS
a aituntion an Coachman iu a private family, and
winhes to make himself generally useful; underHtands the
care of horses and carriage perfectly, and has the best citv
reference. Cau be seen for two days, at No. 251 Third
avenue.
ARESrECTABLKAND WELL EDUCATED GERMAN
lady winhos employment either as Housekeeper or in any
other suitable situation. She thoroughly understand*
managing a house, and is an excellent needlewomau and
embroiderer. Call at .KiH Broome street, up stairs.
A SITUATION WANTED-BY A IRKSPECTABLE
young woman; she is a first rato plain Cook. Washer,
and Irnner, and has no objection to engage in general house
work, in a small family. Good city rofercuces can lie given.
Please call at No. 1(X) West Nineteenth street, between
Sixth and Seventh avenues, first floor, front room.
HOUBK8, ROOMS, Ac. WASTED.
House wanted.? a gentleman and wife,
with no children, wish the lower part of a genteel
house, not far np town. Rent moderate, iu advance, if re
quired. Address A. W. G., Herald office, stating location
and price.
House wanted in brooklyn.-wanted. in
the neighborhood of Atlantio and Clinton streets, a
neat, small house, at a moderate rent. Address J. II., He
rald office, statieg location and lowest terms. N. B.? Pos
session desirable on the 1st of April.
SMALL STORE WANTED ? WITH OR WITHOUT
apartments, in a good business thoroaghfare. Rent
monthly. Address, stating full particulars, W. Buhgio,
Herald office.
WANTED? A NEAT TWO STORY HOUSE, WITn
attie and basemunts. Location between Broeao and
Eighth streets, and within two blocks of Breadway, oneither
side. Address Walton, Broadway Post Office.
WANTED-PART OF A HOUSE OCCUPIED BY ONE
family, for a man and wife, the sccond floor, two rooms
and two bedroomB, and the Croton water; rent not to exceed
$1M>; location between Twelfth and Twenty-seventh streets,
and Third avenue and Broadway. Address A. J.,3(j5 Bowory,
second floor.
WANTED TO HIRE? A THREE-STORY BASEMENT
House, with the modern improvements, above Grand
street and west of avenue A. Rent not to exceed $.100. Ad
dress, stating location and terms, C.OAKLEY, 130 Stanton
street.
U
WANTED TO niRE, FROM 1st OF MAY NEXT,
the whole or part of a two story and attic house, wont
of Broadway, and between Franklin and Charlton streets,
for a email family. Apply to JOHN BUKRELL, 891 Green
wieh rtreet.
WANTED? PART OF A HOUSE, FOR A FAMILY OF
three persona and servant, without children. Down
town preferred. Please address 0. P. M., Herald eifico.
References git > n and required.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY? IN NEW YORK, BROOK
lyn, or Jersey City, two nnfurniehed MMM, fur a
yonng tun 11 and hie wife. If in Brooklyn or Jersey Pity,
must ho near the ferry. Ketercacua exchanged. Address
O. Y. E., Iiarald office.
WA N T E D? ATARTMENTS, CONSISTING OF A
room and one or two bedrooms, in a (tented heuao,
where there arc not more than one or two familiea. and
where no questions will ho asked. Kent iu advance. Ad
drees Thi.ru peon, thia ofliro.
LOST AND REWARDS'
REWARD. ? A REWARD OF ?.Vh) WILL BE
paid for the det?..?.-- --J
n,,n or ucraon*. ruo set fire to either of oar Marble Works
on the nTgl't of the 22d Instant. JAMES LEVY. 113 E*?t
Eighteenth street, corner of Third avenue, and JOSEPH
W. BRAY, WW Broadway, eorner of Twenty-fourth street.
41 P\f\ REWARD.? TIIE UNDERSIGNED WILL PAY
yjit/vf the above reward for the detection and conviction
of any person or persons who have or may assault bU
premises or any workmen in bis employ.
JAMES I.F.VY, 113 East Eighteenth street, Third avenue.
rt* Kfk KEWARD.-TIIE UNDERSIGNED WILL PAY
the above reward for the detection and WIvMin
of any person or persons wbo havo or may assault his
premises or any workmen in h a employ.
OTTAV1ANO (1 Kl, HMft and H97 Bread way.
C RF.WARD.-THE UNDERSIGNED WILL PAY
yptfXJ the above reward for the detection and conviction
of any person or persons' who bavo or may assault his
premises or sny worVm?n in his employ.
JOSEPH W. IIRAV. 'J.'|9 Broadway. cur. Twenty-f.urth st.
di Kfk REWARD.? THE I'N" DERSIGN F.D WILL PAY
ypt/yj the above reward for tho detection and conviction
of any person or persons who have or may assault las
premises orany workmen in his employ.
JOHN FI.ANLY, corner Broadway and Twenty-sixth at.
REWARD.-LOST, BETWEEN THE LONG ISLAND
Depot and South Ferry, a red bead Purse, oontiining
between (.V and $40 in gold and bills. The finder will re
ceive tho above reward by leaving it at No. 211 Twelftb
stri ct, or at >.'> Broadway, in th.- Music store.
LOST? ON MONDAY. THE 22n INSTANT, A LADY'S
Breast Pin, either ia the Bowery, between Broome and
Grand streets, nr in Grand street, between tho Bowery and
Mott street. The finder will be liberally rewarded hy leav
ing it at 4V Hari lay struct. S. CM I'ORI).
LOST-AN ENGLISH TERRIER, BLACK AND TAN,
with the owner s name and residence on his collar. The
finder will be most liberally rewarded by returning him to
Pierre C. Kane, M Taath it,
LOST-IN PASSING from THE CORNI* OF PLATT
and William streets to John, and thence to the corner
of Broadway, a small package of documents, valuable to
none but the owner. By returning the sama to 92 William
street, a liberal reward will he given.
IJIOl'ND -ON 5ATPRDA V LAST. A PORT MO.N.VAIE,
containing five dollars. The owner can have it, by
proving property and paying for this notice.
J. BU( HAN AN. 323 Broadway.
~ THE BALL SEASOV.
MR. AND FRIENDS.? TIIE PLIABCTR1 Of
your company is solicited to attend my Fancy Dress
and Civiii Ball, Thursday evening. 2f>th iustant, at my
rooms, Constitution llall, 6.'<0 Broadway. Mr. A. M. W.
Tii kets can be bad of Mr. S. C. Jollie, SOU Broadway, and at
the Hall.
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICES,
VTOTICE-TIIF. COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX
J. v iiting between the undersigned, under the firm of
Brown V Maire, is tliis day dissolved by mutual con
sent. New York, March 24, Is.'i2.
MARTIN W. BROWN.
HENRV F. MAIRE.
Notice ? H. F. Malre will continue the importation of all
descriptl one of English and Swiss Matches aud Movements
at the old stand, M Nassau street, tip stairs.
If. F.MAIRE.
A PARTNER WANTED IN A DINING AND OYSTER
Saloon, opposite the New Haven and llanlem depot;
one of the best stands in the city. None but a respectable
pert'.n need apply. For particulars apply to
F. MOORY, 120 Centre street.
A FAVORABLE CHANCE IS NOW" OFFERED To
any one wishing to engage in a wine, tea, and fruit
business, well established, and every chanee fur Increasing
it Would prefer a partner that understands tho business,
with good reference, and equal amount of capital with tho
advertiser. For particulars, inquire at 19S Canal street.
SEOARH.
% I 00()S ?KT"OF SFC,AUS F0R SA|'E ' HEAP?
I ^ \J\J\J 60,000 Segnr*. in bond, at $13 .'*0 per M.; 2. "00
fond. .a: 1.1.000 Golden Li n; .'..000 Principe; with other
brands, very low. Alan, Watches, ami a good Piano, at a
bargain. Money to lend on personal property. Apply at
the Insurance office, S3 Nassau street.
A FEW THOUSAND SEGARS FOR SALE CHE \P?
Several thousand Scgars, of vari mis bran Is. will bo s..ld
at a 111 i ral deduction from regular prices. Also, a g mil K..se
w. od Piano fi.r sale b.w. Apply at the Insurance and Loan
Office. M Nassau street.
TO ("A LIFORN1 A NS --FOR SAI.E. VERY LOW ,*uVl?
Severs, cased in tin foil, well suited for the Calif . rnia
market. Inquire of M M. A. HAMILTON, Hardware Mi.r
cl ant, 132 Division street.
#l?STRrCTIUS8,
1 FRENCH LANGUAGE.? A YOUNO LADY 18 D1
, siroi'H of obtaining a situation as Teacher "f French,
in some sc hool or private family. I'referenceiiveu to a place
|n the country. Address S. de M , at this office.
rfMIK LAST OPPORTUNITY OF LEARNING TO WRITE
J. of GOLDSMITH? for the snm of $2.%0.? Mr. G. will re
ceive new pupils until Friday. Aprfl 2. at the reduced snm
of $2 SO. Subscribers will have until the first of June to
rer eive their lessens. Circulars may be had at tho rooms
2M> Broadway.
EXPRESS AUBICIKI.
I11RST EXPRESS TO CALIFORNIA, MARCH W
Berferd fc Co. Wilt send their own sperial messenger.
Joseph R. Thompson, in ehar/e of Letters and Parcels, of
every description, to all parts of California, Oregon, Sand
wich Islands, and South America. All freight mast be sent
in early, in order to give time for cording and sealing at the
Custom Room. Small parcels rei eiveil till 1 P. M , on the
bay wf StUiu*. Gvutis u.wst U put kp water pr??.l, aa.i net
U eaieei Ii6 lbs. sa?h. BERfURB fc CO.
B
BOAKDfNt; wn (.ODHINbH,
A GENTLEMAN AH I) WIFE Wlrtll To OBTAIN \
J\ fi rninhed mom, with board forth* la. ly only, in a or!
< ui>- fi.rr.il_y, Kofc,eocci given uud fe imruii. Ail dram G. II
llrrnlii office.
AI'IKE LARGE fl'ITB OK HOOKS TO LET, OH TUB
I . f fl-> r. hand oinily ft?nii?k??i, with full t *r I ; rj.
v&t? table, if required. A Iw, neveru 1 room - fur ulujil . . ?
tiimtii n. r. r c?h?Bi:i '? a rriy i<> Kus. robin
M'N. H4a Broad *i>y
A private famii.v, i:f.sidin<j lit their own
I '-i rr, Inmtc+in thi l' i ih wipl, wi bee to li t, ?n t he
n i "in1 "ter^, a room, or suit i f rooms, fnrunhed or un'ur
uitLi.il, to tin^'e jjo ii tic in in i I re. pentability. or tv a rentle
mii 11 11 II u Imh v?nr, wit!". * kitchen, required, iiuthd in the
house. Adilr** ? D. A. K-. I ft r it .
\ FURNISHED ROOM W A V'TED Hill A OEN'TLE
ni mi ii nd lady, (with ixiard for the lady ouly) In tho
vicinity of tha Si \entli ward. and wh"r there aro no othet
hoard i-r?. Hoard paid in aiivaiic< mi lieu of r ferenoe. Ad
<iri htatitijt loi ation, term*, and such other particulars as
will cnnMe the advert i*? r to Jndgo of suitability, Misi
.k HhekB, at tlod i'IVi. H.
Boars, with rooms suitablr tor karrw>
and *ii uptK' person*, ? an be obtained at 74 Kant Twenty
third ktrcet. Tho house hue the mo dorn improvements.
OAK DING? UN FURN I8H ED FRONT ANI? BACK
parlor to let, with board: 27* Snring ftrcct.
BOAKD 13 WANTED, FOR A GENTLEMAN AND
bin wife ( .vho will furni: h every thine) where they may
rnjiy a ii in? I and ki-mo life. Location muil bo between
Amoa and Twenty -second street on tho west able. Address,
stating residence, "Advertiser," 69 Jane street,
Board wanted, by a gentleman and wife,
went of Broadway, between Ckam beri aud Canal streets
Addrena A., Herald vflUu.
Board wanted-iiy a gentleman anfj his
wife, after the (lr?t of May, in a lir?t claws homo, with
recond ttnrv front room, bedroom, and pantry attached;
alto, a Mn.'itl bedroom on Hi" i?me floor, or the next. Ad
draaa, with reference, Mr. it., Herald oflloe.
B(IAKI> WANTED? IN A in ET, PRIVATE FAMILY.
wli< re the comforta of a home may bo had, for a gentle
? an and Imly, with board for the lady only. A liberal price
will be paid, but no question* answered. Address A. 1). E.,
at thin office, stating particulars.
Board-wanted a small rcRMISSHD rook,
for m gentleman and lady, with board for thu lady only,
where the terms do not exoeed $4 per week. and whoro there
are no other hoarder! preferred. Address Felix, Herald office.
Hoarding- two single gentlemen can be
aecommodated. in a private family, with well furnished
rooma, with breakfast and tea, and dinner on Sundays,
within ono iiiiuute's walk of the Broadway nnd Eighth
street stages, nnd whore a liberal table is always kept. Ap
ply at 102 Seventh street. References exchanged.
Board.? a gentleman and wife matobtain
board. in.a plearant location in the Seventh ward, on or
after thi first of May, in a small private family where there
are no other boarders. Terms moderate. Particulars may
be had. ly addressing "Taylor," Herald office.
ho le hotel, Mil pearl street. near BROAB
way? The undersigned gratefully acknowledges the
continuation of the patronage fie anticipated in opening the
('irrle. Ilia Wines, Liquors, Ale, Segars, ten. aro from the
best brands, and unexceptionable ; and his Lodging Rooms
at 2/1 cents a night, and nis single Rooms at $1 80 to a
wetk, with meals at all hours, cannot, be snrpassed.
WILLIAM WRIGHT, 640 i'earl street.
Lodgings in souTn Brooklyn.? on ? or two
gentlemen can be aceoinmodated with large and well
furnished rooms, with partial board, in a private family,
w ithin a few minutes walk of the South Ferry. Apply at 86
Clinton ? tree t.
New iioteia-completely furnished rooms,
$1 SO and $1 2A per room. Rooms, with single bed, 3c.
per night. This admirably constructed building is lighted
ihroiighont with gas. Each chamber is well lighted and
ventilated. Kept open duriag the night. Cornerof William
and Frankfort streets, one block from tho Park.
PRIVATE BOARD.? ROOMS AND BOARD.? APl'LY
at No. 4 Union eqnare.
PRIVATE BOARD? FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
(without vouns; children or servant) may he obtained at
leth street, between Fourth aveuae and
c
Broadway.
Rooms wanted, without board, for two la
dies, in the lower part of the eity. Reat paid in a "
vance. Address H., Broadway Post Office.
Rooks.? several handsomely furnished
rooms, anitable for single gentlemen, to lot, without
board. Apply at No. 67 Chamber* street, opposite the
1'arki
TO SINGLE GENTLEMEN.-A FRONT ROOM IN
the second story ofUousc No. 36 Groeu street. Inquire
on the premises. References exchanged.
TO I.ET-A SUIT OF ROOMS, UNFURNISHED, WELL
adapted for a few gentlemen as a private clnb. In
quire of J. A. Poaaoni, 000 Broadway.
WANTED-BY A SINGLE GENTLEMAN, A FUR
nished parlor and bedroom, with breakfast, in a pri
vate family. Situation not to be above Prince street; west
or Broadway preferred. Address J. A., office of tliia papur,
stating terms.
WANTED-BY A GENTLEMAN, A FURNISHED
chamber in a private family, down town. Terms not
to exceed $1 .V) per week. Reference exchanged. Addroas
11. B. C., at this office.
WANTED? 11Y A YOUNG GENTLEMAN, A FUR
nished room, with partial hoard, in a private family
who keep hut few or no boarders. Loeati.ni to lie beluw
Canal street, or in Brooklyn, in the vicinity of Fnltoii
Ferry. Iinrt of references given and required. Addresj M.
S., Herald offlee.
WANTF.D-BY A SINGLE GENTLEMAN, IN A GEN
teel house, one large or two middle-sited rooms, fur
nished or not, with or without board. The privilege of the
bathing room is wanted. Address B. C'., Ucriild otBcc.
DRY GOODS.
New silks and press goods, moussemn
and Barege Delaines, Bareges of every design and qua
lity, French Lawns, Orfandiea, Prints, Grenadines, Tinauen.
tc.; Shawls, Laces, Embroideries, Linens, and domestic
goods: also new Mantilla!, tbia day received in store, to
aiiuuki in ?<? oil ail at. low t.rioes.
wUolusale and retail.
TIFFANY k. CUTTING. ?21 Broadway.
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS ! !? A. KF.UR tt CO. RE
spectfully announce that they are receiving, per lata
arrivals. a largo assortment of Paris Embroideries, II ? uit on
and point Laces, Sleeves, Pelerines, and Collar* ; also, Ho
siery. Mitts, Gloves, tcr.; toge ther with a Tuliatoi-k of mourn
ing goods, such as Klack Silks, Bombaiines, Grenadine*,
Bareges, Crape d? I'aria, &<-. with a variety of second mourn
ing goods. No. "01 Broadway, between Eighth and NintJl
streets.
Lacf.s, laces.? tiffany fc CUTTING, Sfl BROAD
way, having completed their arrangements with S'.me
of the largest manufacturers in Brussels and I'aria, of tine
laces and embroideries, will ba prepared to exhibit, on Tues
day, March .Kith, one of th? moat complete and varied aasort
mcnts of Embroideriea and Thread l.ace goods ever offered
In thla city. In laces will be found Collars, Capes, llertl.os,
Coiffures, Scarfa, Shawls. Mantillas, and trimming laces in
Brussels l'oint Uoniton and l'oint d' A lenvn, Guipure and
Mechlin. In embroideriea, Collars, Capes, Chemisettes,
Guimps, and Handkerchiefs. Alao, trimininirs and Inser
tions of all widths. These goods will bo oflercd at sutll
prices aa must ensure satisfaction to purchaser*.
NOTICE TO LADIES? THE PARIS MANTILLA EM
porium, removed from Sill to .'Wl Ilroadway. will posi
tively open for the spring season on This Day, tha 25th inst..
with the largest, richest, and cheapest stock of Mantillasever
teen in America. GEO. BULPIN, 361 (late 351) Broadway.
CANTON CRAI'E SHAWLS.? A MAGNIFICENT AND
very cheap stock of theso goods, embroidered and plain,
recently imported from China, is now on sale, at the I'aria
Mantilla Empori am.
GEO. BUI.P1N, .161 (late .V>1) Broadway.
CLOTHING.
R EMOV A L.--THE SUBSCRIBER RESPECTFULLY IN
forms his friends and the public that lie has removed hia
Tailoring establishment froin No. IS Liberty street, to his
new store, No. 663 Broadway, between Spring and I'rince
streets. ISAAC P. HULL.
C'LOTIIING? THE SUBSCRIBER STILL CONTINUE*
t at his old established stand, paying e?sh current mo
ney for Ladies and Gentlemen 'a Cast-off Apparel, Jowdr y,
aad all kinda of supcrftnuua articlea, on making applica
tion, by note or otherwise, to
L. A. ('OWEN, 17 Wall street, Basement.
Ladies waited upon I y Mrs. Cowen.
CAST orr CLOTniNG AND FURNITURF, WANTED.?
Ladies and gentlemen having any clothing, furniture,
Jewelry, or stock goods, to dispose of, ean obtain a fair cash
irice for the same, by sending tor the subscriber, at his resi
ence, or tbroogh the post. Ladies attended by Mrs. Cohen,
M. 8. COHEN, 66 Elm street.
CAST OFF CLOTHING AND FURNITURE WANTED.
?Ladies or gentlemen having any clothing, furniture, or
Jewelry to dispose of, can obtain a faireash price, by sending
for the aubaoriber, at bia residence, or through the poet.
Ladle* attended by Mra. Duaaeldorf, No. 13 Elm street.
L. M. DUSSELDORF.
CAST-OFF CLOTHING ARB FCRNITITRE WANTED.?
Ladiesan I rent lernen . an obtain the highest ' ash price
for cast '.ff Clothing, Furniture, Jewelry, 4ic, lly sending
through post, or otherwise, will le attended to at their resi
dence. Ladle* attended by Mr?. Levenstyn.
J. LEVENSTYN, 466 Broadway, upstairs.
(^ASH FOR CLOTHING.? LADIES OR GENTLEMEN
> having any east otT clot liing, or forniture, to disp. se of,
ean receive the utmost value in eai-h, by sending t.i t tin
? tore, or by letter through the post. S. COHEN, 451
Hudson street. Ladies atti nded by Mrs. Cohen.
C'AST OIF CLOTHING.? WANTED TO PURCHASE.
/ about two thousand dollars worth of good left oil
elothlng, In large or small quantities, for wbi'h the full
value will be giien In current money, on application, either
personally or through poat, to James Mor<<uey, at hia st' re,
ll Orange street, a few doors from Chatham street.
FINANCIAL.
IMMIGRANT INDUSTRIAL SAVINGS BANK, Nr.." St
J chambers street. ? Notice . ? Depositor* aro informed
tlat deposits made on or before the 5th day f April next,
vill be entitled to interest in July. Interest i? paid at tl.o
rate of six for cent per annum. Hank open daily from id A.
M. to 3 P. M-, and from 5 to 7 P. M.
GREGORY DILLON, President.
JOSE I'll ST CART, First Vice PresMent.
PrrrB Cr.FHAit, Accountant. New York, March *1,
1852.
? I KrUV.WANTH>-A PERSON WITH THE ABOVE
SJ A 1 tfvv Miant,teet|H?ll a manufacturing busi
ness, In which there Is no competitl >n; cs?tly managed; prj
tits now ,'tilO per cent, or $3, mm j.er annum, which can be sa
tisfactorily shown upon an interview. Address Spring, Har
aid ofBce, with name and re ..dene*.
0 SOAP MAKERS? ANY PERSON ACQUAINTED
aith a new and cheap mode of making a common, d i
mestic or cheap article of foreign Soap or Candles, can
hear of a person having capital, willing to enter into the
manufacturing of the article". Address, with full particu
lars. real name and address, J. H. 1)., Herald Office.
ARTS.
A* R. J. H. WILTON, AGENT FOR ARTISTES, BEOS
JW I mo?t rearei tfuilv to Intimate to the profession, that
bis services will be available from tho middle of April nntll
the end of August. Parties desirous of engaging him to con
duct their bnsiness. will please communicate by letter, to
the 'are of S. C. JOLL1E, J00 Hrxadway, which will receive
immediate attention.
Rare ? ii an. f-six spden did origin* al paint
ingsofbe c'.l Ma.ter* f. ? ss'e tb< m a T1
?.aa, t aarrant?4 to fe* cr^ical ) >C0r?s| M. U .l'oitof
Est, tv? i &V.
SHUM millinery.
Miif. MA*S as CANAL STKKBT, OPPOSITE Mince*
Inform* her omlnnrri aatl the la ha, m
(4-nrrrl, thnt aha will upea her Pari* nllliaary; aim, a
I ? antifnl u??r,rtn :?nt of I'r.n'h lace, and .traw boaneta, of
all ?U'frript.Mnie.
\1 KS HART. or 3W HUOADWAV, WILL OPZN HKIC
*l>ritiK Milliner). March il'itb. Th. trade luppliad
a lib phi t< ri.f.
\| ,tf"; ?? U. WOOD, Itl BROADWAY. Wll.f, OPBM
? I ni? MH'.iinTv <?tj Thursday. Ma?? h 2f>th. Tho trade
I'lu-il Vjth Dri ?i, MuntiDa pattern a a?<l eoaCaaaa.
1V1 ltA,llT"N 115 CANAL STKEKT, KK8PECT
fully in', m i tirr triamla r,n.l the puhli ? hat .lie ha* a
( liiriT'i 11 ?artnient < f Milliuerj and Straw Oui.'ta of the ae?
c. t Frrucb *tjrlea v> i -li kba no a?,iLt will iu??re har a
( continual ? e of Hit ir patronage
Mil?. FERRY, "? CA N \ \t STHERT, I I' STAIRS WILL
open In r ?h<>w .f Millinery, ToorHday 25th
| in.-t. Mrs. I'errj particular attention >ftheladi?o
if( New lurk, and tnilli r.? visiting the . ity. to the rush
I |i>l4 oilier Martinet* t of Bonnets *h? reeelvcd fr >iu Paris,
which #lifl i? oitn, oiA ? o a* ?? a Ha<i,~?*, o\Vtug Co tlnil
pected alt erat i *na in the building the ocrupb
MRS. LEVINS, 301K. I) ROAD WAV. WILL OPEN ON
th? 2Ath iuct.. kixl tlio ensuing week, her new firing;
?to< kof Paris Millinery, Flowers* Ribbons, fleaddri ?.*?<?*, Km
broideries, Mourning riood-4, Sic*, &e,, and r | >ect fully ?i>
li< ita an early inspection from the city an<l country mer
chants, milliner . &?*.
PARIS M I LI, I N F.RV? MA DAME J. FIN I ELS, AGENT,
4MI Broadway, entrance 119 Grand itr<:c(f will open
Paris 5>|?rin Millinery on Thursday, March 25th.
SPRING Mil Ll\ F.RV - MRS. DAVIDSON, CANAL
street, corner of Laight street, will open an < l?gant as
sortment of Pari* spring Millinery, on Thursday, March 2ftth.
fl I R.ST I'UKMllM MILLINER? EST A ll LI SUM E NT
mi l Straw Bonifttl Manufactory, 504 Broadway. near
is il?lo '? Gurdcn, N. V.? Mrs. H'o.SImiqoui respectfully an*
Botucei to b?r numirotii patrons md strangers vifiting tk#
city, that she * ill u;> n <>n Tliurnday, If arch J.'>, a M|londui aa
sort incut of I'ari^ Spring Millinery, iu a-iUiti jii to a boau ?
tilu I uHM-nn?cnt "i hcr own mauntacturo, to/uthc.r with a
lar^e variety of Straw llonnetn uf the latent Spring fanbion*.
I'ariP IlihhoiiH, Kloweri, ?Vc. Mr*. S. kindly nolicitn a eall.
SPECIAL NOTICE TO MILLI NEKS.?' THE SUnHCRN
l?er? have n?w on hand a large apuortm^nt of cooda
enital'l** for their trade, consi^tinK of tho latent and tinect
?I) lc? of i olorcd and W Into Straw Ltveci, III ndon, Straw
Flowers and Ti linininns. Leghorn and French llonni'tu, Rib*
boLS.Olac#, Silks. &o.. &r, RICHARDS & < ROM W ELL,
13H William atreet, two doors below Fulton.
LOP 1 8 ICAPOLEON DONE BROWN'.? TU E HERO OF
Strawhurg and Iloaiciui, could by a nocturnal aurpriae,
arreat the essor of republican Franco, but lie cannot arroat
the esior of French milliners and dressmaker#. Thev tnrn np
their pretty noses at his decrees, and the better toanow their
co u tempt, they have just sent to thoirfriond, A. ( II A ILL V.
Ii4.,t.a lluwerv, the firnt seIoctii?u of ribbons, lace^iiups, and
trimminga tfiat evor roached this land of tho free. More
over, Chailly marks and stamps the moat revolutionary
patterns fur dresses and mantillas, and sella f.iater and
faster his materials for braiding and embroidery. Tho
tvrant knows it and frowns, but? ladies, remember 1M>*
liuwcry, if you wish to have the newest stylo of trimmings.
HIK( ELLANUOCS.
SUCH WINNING WAYS SOME FOLKS HAVE! 80
have the lists of Fll|KMAN, No. 90 Fulton street. .Tbey
are so beautiful, that a young man with oiio on ia apt to
stand on a corner, and p\ t on " aira." Freeman'a llata are
not only beantilul, but durable and cheap. Remember hid
stoic i? So. !H) Fulton struct, near Oold.
ALEXANDRE'S SUB-MARINE BOAT.? ALL COMMU
nieations relative tu pearl fisheries, gold suarehee, or
ail other purposes to which the boat can be applied, may b#
addressed to Mr. ALEX A N DKK. 131 Fulton street. Olfioe
hours from 10 to 12 e'elook A. M.
PLATE l'RINTKRS, WOOD ENGRAVERS, LITIIOORA
phors, and othsrs, wanting some genuine India i'roof
l'aper, would do well to call at the aubseriber's store, tho
same having a lot on haud, which will be sold choapvr than
the usual market price, in quantities to suit purchasers.
JOSEPH CA IIN, Stationer, 1 Pi Maiden lane, between Water
and Fro at streets.
Billiard tables,? the subscribers offer
for sale tables ten jut cent less than any other manu
facturer in the city of New Vork, with their patout olaetia
or cloth cushion. Gentlsmon are iuvitcd to oall and ex
amine tho stock &VW Ott hand before purchasing elsewhere.
N. B,? Trimmings always on hind, fit the old stand, 90 Ann
street, GRIFFITH & DJBOiCER.
SINGER'S SEWING MACHINE WILL DO THE BIST
kinds of tailors' custom work, and the sewing on Lea
ther or Gaiter Boots is peculiarly elegant.. Call and be
convinced. Machines on eihlbition; no charge.
1, M. SINGER L CO., 2M Broadway.
Rich cut glahs and pressed ware.? turner.
Lane, Hl Morris, No*. 43, 46 and 47 Duane atreet, Mu?
tuaturorn and Wholesale Dealer* in Rich Cut Glasa an#
Pressed Ware, of every description, and of tho latest style)
of pattern* for tabl* nae. Also, Solar, Fluid. and Uu Glob?*|
Hull Lanterns, with ataiaud, enamulled, anil cut gin.**; Ulnal
atained and cut fur parlor and ball doom, Dorao Light*, Ala
We invite tlia attcutiou of country merchanta to our (took,
of which we have the largest iu the city, at reduced prlcoa
Person* about purchasing cut glass lor hotels,
restaurant*, and privat* una, will tinU every variety of pat
tern by calling at our wareroom*. 1'artieuiar atteuti?<
paid ta the packing of Caliiornia ?rdera.
New paper hangings.? Tnos. fave & eo., ?:?
Pearl street, near Mudinou, have Jest received tho now
?Jiring patterns u4 ovary kuown atyie in tho trade. Tho pub
lio art) invited to examine before purchasing. Artistic work
men attend to tho retail depart ment.
THOMAS FAVE & CO., 496 Pearl street.
Warranted watches. ? silver cvundeb
Watches $10, full jewelled Levers $lft; Bne ((old
Ladies' Watches S~i, an<l tine gold and lilver Patent levers,
of the lust quality, rctailod at vhol**al* prion*, at ths
cheap Watrh Store of L. JACOBS, importer of fin*
Watchta, 102 Chatham streot.
WATCHES! WATCHES!? RECEIVED I'ER NIAGARA,
from Liverpool, silver Lepine Watches, jewelled, $10;
silver lever Watches, full jewellod. $l/i; gold levers, fall
jewelled, f.'ai. $ .'fi , $40; ladies liuogold watches as low as
Km oh Watch warranted one year. JOHN ('OX, importer,
i0> Ilroadw ay, corner Fulton, up atalrs, and ZH Bowery.
BUTTIB.? *? Tl'liS AM) FIRKINS CAB ADA DAIHV"
llutter, fof sale by S. U. BUTLER, 115 Wall atrcot.
IMPORTANT TO GROCER.*, uhituoists, fcO.? THE
soarccat arti ie in your whole catalogue ia pure Durhatn
Mn tard. If you want audi an arti'le, warranted the heat
in the market, call at the I lilted State* l'iokle. Sauce, and
Mustard W arehouao of GKll II A I'll A EL, Ju! Pearl atreet.
IMPORTANT TO GROCER!', HOTEL KEEPERS, tic.?
I have reduced the price of Worcestershire and all
oilier Sauce*. Von oan buy the genuine Worceatershiro
Sauce of the only ai(out in this eity, GEO. RAPHAEL. 262
l'eurl street, where can bo had Loniiuu Muatard, l'lck lea, itc.,
tic., In every variety.
Lawn grass.? a choice mixture, for lawns,
for sale at the l.'ni >u Aim ultural W a re home and SeeJ
Store, '?i lull )ii street, near Fulton Market.
I FRENCH OAS FIXTURES-JUST IMPORTED, RICH
t handcliem, Candelabra*. Bracket*, Halt Lamp*,
faney and plain, warranted, and ttttod up? Meuhanical
tarcel Lump*, moderator*. reading, aolar Lamps. Bohemian
(ilaaa ware, artistic Brontes, Clocks, Statues, Groups, Can
dlesticks. Ulaas ware for lampa and gas fixtures.
H. DAKDON Vll.LK, 4Ui Broadway.
PHILLIPS'S PATENT FIR* ANN III II.A TOR. -TIIE
American Fire Annihilator Company are now prepared
to diapos* of Territorial Right* for St at en and ('imnties, and
to receive orders for M achinea and Charge". The Anuihila
tora now made l>y the Company are equal in every respect
to the Engliah, being made under the direction of Mr. PhM
lipa himaelf. The machines varv In aita, and aro numbered
fr<>m I to 6? tho pricea varying fr 'in $10 to $.'1.V Order* re
ceived, and any farther information given, at the vi&ca of
the Company . N?. 4 Warron atroet, New York.
P. T. BARNUM, General Manager.
Looking glass and picture frame manufac
tory, Noa. 67. ??W. and 71 Forayth atreet. New Vork.?
The undersign <id, having devoted hia peraonal attention, for
many years, to th i Looking t.la.a and Picture Frame onal
n< ??s, m fully compotent, by hia ezperie aoe, to etecute work
of an> depcriptiou iu his fine, that wiU give ?:itltf*ction t?
the moat particular. Being probably the larr?et and moat
attentive citahli?liincnt of the kiud in this country, it |?>a
aeai" ? ad vafctarea ever others In variety and extensivenne*
ol atock ; aiid the long eatabliahed and ct utinual increase of
trade from all partaol tl a I nwn, with tho many improve
menta the iindtirauned has rocantly made in hia mai hinery,
enaMea him to <'11 Ms articles at l'-sa prio ca tluin any other
mauafacturer i and he respectfully aolicita Iwa Trionda, and
the public iu g"neral, to call and examine his lar^e assort
ment of Lookiag Glaasaa and Picture Frames, previoua to
Jmrchaalng. On hand, Kotewood, Wain 'it, Mahogany and
iilt Moulding, of uverv dc.i riptior . and all lengths, for ship
ping. All communication* through the Post OB'n e will lie
tlmnkfiilly re ' hod. and puuet ually attended t >. Direct la
box 101, Chatham square l'oat Office. 8, J. SIGLER.
KBTSXI'f LA BOX SAVING SOAP IS THE BEST
article in n-'l for llotcle, lloardlag Ilonrcs and Private
Families ; itlia.'hceu tc^t*' I for all pufpnaes, and is much
cheapcr than any aoap of like 'iiiality now in nae ; one pcr
(on can do aa much work in the same time as three with
ordinary aoap. an I uae a le?a quantity. CertlflcatM affirm
ing ? lie i alataments can he shown. Itef rcn' <?< Porter
ik. Cumminga, Pearl Mr. ' House, MS Pearl at. : O.O'f 'on ?
n r, F.agl ' Il'.t< I, corner William and 1 rankfi rt. st^; Foot Ik
^ erean i . Girard II ( I. c, rn'r M c- 1 Broad vta y and Cham
I" ra -t.; Du Pi.na' A' rnell, 307 Hfondway ; Howard Pear
aall, P. M. Holland, C. Weeks, h tel k" ; r-, .1 ,*ica, L. I.
To lie obtoined i" lar^o r aniall quantities of Smith Sl Pell,
Grocers, 313 Eighth avenue. Order* for 100 pound* and up
wards will be rex ived and promptly attended t . nt tl.o VI ?.
nufa<tury, Binne otn Works, Twenty ixth str". t and
Tenth avenue) or l<> Henry Koy?cr, e< rucr Broad and Front
(treeta.
117 ONDIRFCL ' MOS1 WONDERFUL!?
v f 'I I k i s the ? ry ? I - no and all,
W h ? up u l?r. ilohack call;
Prince of Actrologer* I* h#I
The vry king of dcatiuyl
In the nativities he give*, .
W .? <e? nnveil'-d ur future lire ;
N ot one has fail* ! ?man never h< Jtf
Tlial KohacV; s art e'i r hroln lt? word.
In aicknesa , love, and bnalneaa, tmi.
t* hate ?r he i-ays still turtle out tr m;
The sick restored, hia akill apfdiknd.
An I maay )>?* he "aved from frMU;
In areeulation. lawauita, deht,
!lini< the wiaeat f fiuilsel yet;
I r he the silcat a'?r< can r?a ?
All honorto t ! . ' iriighty swede.
All letters to l)r, < W. KOBACK. No. 6 Wi ne street,
will he religiously attended to, If prepaid K< r mora par
ti< u'ara, call and got an Aatroli.gical Almnnac gratis,
where certincatea can be ?e?n.
fpiMOl AT SM I.l'llt r: IUTIIS, 547 PEARL STREBT,
A- eataMinhoil In I'-". ly l.oula J. Tiwolat from Pari*.
Then are the inly genuiao Si lphur Ilath^, and are huhly
reei mtnend' d '? r the cure "f Kheiiraoti-m. Ki uptiona of the
Skin, S ver' < "Ids. Merctrial Affcii us. 4ic,i VVer.-for
to If Molt, Btrgtr, 1 owlaud, aud t ? principal phyiiciaa*
in this ? ily.
C' ACTIOS TO T11F. PUBLIC.? TIIB GRE\TI'OPU*
/ laritv of ' I.yon'a Magnetic Powders," for th' destruc
tion ot leiihuga, coi kr a to in ith?. ant', fl.is, lli.)?, and
in-ecta on plan ts, and all other inse^ta, lias pr nipted cer
tain parties t>pr#par* aptirton* article*, and offer them,
under various denouiination*, for sale. 1'ew 'if those indi
viduals dare ta give thc.r im positions out as "!><!? of poison.'"
The propri tor of th* orijinal article has, in this iity, only
the under-maatioBi'd a^onta, aad the prim inal depot ia at
4'.,4 Broadway, where al > may l>e ohtai.ied Pills I r the 10
atantaneoua deatruetlon of rata and mice Both .rrii lea are
* arraated, and th? ir etfioa y ha* been trl*d by tne follow
ing gentlemen ? Lawrence Reid. Profe ?ir?t (hemlrtry:
?l^m' ? R. Chilton, II. 1>., Chemist; l>. I?. H ?? "u ; ; "L- ,rT*
ing 1J us". ( "Icinan A. stot*ou. *.-t ?r II '?? ' L. Room*
Fan., Snperintenlait of N. V. H j
M. D., l'rofe??or and President oftli? s ^ ''
my; and many of the moat a*iaen' physicians in the eity.
It iia* also r*ecived the flrat piemiv >? ' tha American lu*ti
tutc. For rale hy all wh^'\;YOV?. Broadway.
COAL.
COAL? I AM NOW BICBIVING SEVERAL ( ABG0E8
of tha best re l ash coal, and will d"liv?r it from veaseU
at ffl m p?r ton fe?mn v yards, at ?.l v ?e-'iee of King
an* Or*?awitu streets atd eorotr of Go?rek and Rtvincto*
Itresti. PKTKK CLINTU.N.

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