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Sonunu Codkt Spatial '.arse ? But Firet? Demirm Bs. 1. Part Second? Noe M, 40 to 48, 47, 48, 60 to 90, M to 96. [The whole c aiendar will be called, except MiiN aet down for a Particular heariug, or otherwise disposed of 1 8 iitnu Cocai^? Clr <uit ? Nua. 190, 213, 219, 230 to 944,340,247. Su 1 ?UO? CoC*T? /Tww tranche* . ) ? No*. 544, 663, 490, ?41, 6f8, Ml, Wt, 684, 180, J4tt, 468, 81, 684, 586, 689, Ml, 692, 6M, B'i4, 606, 606, 699, 600, 126, 360, 331, 511. 368 Broadway, hu (ha World') MfiM (br daaewwrtotypea. Eaoagfa said. tin (Idgl**). Twtntjpflrt Gent Dagocmo t?M Company a*iill progress with the human ny?tom ef inelcri'^K the peaple with improved facilities, taxing |uo tew jood aa?4 cboap, 400 daily, at the old iitand, 'l-'J Broad w Yj- HOLMES, Manager. Planol I?Am Great a Variety, of a* Good a Reality, aad at w low price* u van be had ia New York, or aay other city in the Union, to be had at wholesale or re tail, at 333 Broadway. Lar<e discounts to the trade. New ?aaos tii rest; secondhand piano* at great bargain*. Dealer* will And Mr W.'s Ur=a catalogue ono of the bust to aelact trim ia the oity. HORACE WATERS. Great Bargaln^The Beat Auortment of Se ated hand pianos, roaewood anil mahogany, warrautod ia ferfeot order, will be aold, or exchanged for old one*, if ap plied for immediately, at price* to diatanee all competition. ALBERT WEliER, 103 We*t Broadway, near Franhlm Spring Furniture Halra. ? A. H. Sleolay A Co. Mfectfally remind their friend* and the public that they are now reMy to undertake and give their personal atten tion to the sale* of honaehold furniture at the residences of fcmilies, or at their rparious salesroom, 160 Broadway. We a ball continue to be prompt, energetic, and fair in onr .charges, devoting onr beat energies to the interest of friend* entrusting their business to us. _ .. A. H. NICOLAY, ED W. SINTZENICH. Late chief salerman of li. H. Looda A Co. Albert H. Nlcolay holds his regular *emW weekly nale of stocks and bond* thi* day, at 12W o'clock, at the Merchants' Exchange. For further particular# we refer to hi* advertisement in another column. A large Invoice of the Moat Beautiful En* ?nelng*, after Laudaeer, Uerring, Delarocho, Turner, and ether*, selected by W. 8C11AU3, 1* now offered at private ?ale at the American Art Union, 497 Broadway. The col lection I* by far the most interesting ever brought before the public. Exhibition free. Open day and evening. Oliver B. Goldsmith, has Reduced his Term t?r instruction in penmanship to the nominal sum of ttire dollars. Full particulars n ay be found iu tliU day's 11- r v!d or by circulars, at the rooms, 302 Broadway, corner o Franklin street. N. B. ? Broadway is being vloauod. Printing I 84 Nassau atree.t? Gordon's Ori ginal Yankee presses. Cards, circulars, bill heads, labels, mo., neatly executed, at very low prices. Reinumbor the place. UORDON'S, 84 Nassau street. Make a Note of It.? A New Clothing Bin Krium has just l oen opened by the undersigned, at 106 iltou street, with an entirely tresh and handsomely made stook of elothing, adapted to all seasons, out and trimmed in the best styles, and will be aold at the lowest possible prices. N. B. ? All article* guaranteed to be exaotlr a* re presented. EDWARD T. HACKETT, Clothing Emporium, 106 Fulton itjoet. Fashionable Clothing? New Goods. Call and examine the assortment and prices at the ono price eatab Mehment of ALFRED MUN ROE A CO. , 441 Broadway. All ?Uee for men and boys, suitable for all aeaaons, and of the Meet approved styles. No deviation in prices. To millners and Country Merchants? E. H. Newman offers for Inspection at his new store, No. 785 Broadway, a most desirable assortment of dress and soft ?ape, headdresses, line mourning collars, Ac. MEWMAN'3, 766 Broadway, between Eighth and Ninth street*. Opening of Spring Fashion? Mrs. B. F. FARNSWORTU, fashionable dressmaker and importer of fcahion*, 327 Broadway, will exhibit her spring importation* at fashion* on Thursday, Maroh 16. See ner advertisement la another column, under the head of Millinery and Dress making. ? Cstrd? Jnvltatlon to the Public*? Opening ?f new and elegant goods. ? JB. V. UAUGHWOUT, whose ?him* decorating, glass cutting and chandelier stores, Ml aad 663 Broadway, have been known to the American pub 11c for more than twenty years, would respectfully Inform his patrons and friends that he has now about completed the enlargement of his bouse, and will open his new rooms and have the entire building illuminated on Friday evening next, lUth lost., from 6 till 11 o'elook, when he will present for in fection over live hundred packages of new and elegant gooda, amongst which are more than one hundred oases of new and beautiful gas fixtures, from Cornelius Baker A Co., FMUttelpiiia. for which E. V. 11. is sole agent. A large va riety of gas chandelier* and brackets, from the houses of D. Bonldonna, of Paris, and Messrs. Potts A Windfleld, of Birmingham. Over live hundred casks of elegantly decorat ed trench china dinner, dessert aad tea sets, Rich and beau tiful vases, from Ad. ilaclie A Pepin rHalleur, of Paris, and VIergon, Prance, for which B. V. II. is sole agent, and a var of all kinds of ehina l'ancy goods from various parts of Barope. Uilt and bronse clocks, real bronie figures and ?reaps, Parian and bisqne figures from Messrs. Minton, Copeland A Aloock, of Staffordshire, Ac., Ac., Ac. The nu merous customers and friends of the house are invited to be ?resent, as an opportunity will be afforded them to see our ?est artists at work In all tho various departments of our business, in extending this invitation, the subscriber begs leave to assure his friends that on noj>revious occasion has sash a magnificent display of elegant goods been exhibited atone time in any country. The press is respectfully in vited to attend. During the following week the old stoek Will be arranged for sale at greatly reduced prices, in order ts make room for the eontinual importations of new goods. B. V. HAUOHWOUT. It ha* been said, " He who serves the Public loses his labor." QREEN, No. 1 Astor House, hasnotfonnd It so. He haa invented a system for measuring the frame by which he can make shirts that tit invariably. The public pateonkes him, and the return for his labor is satisfactory. Mo Shirt Manufacturer In Hew York gives eueh invariable satisfaction to his customers as BOOTHBY, opposite the Broadway theatre. If your linen is promished at * given hour, yon are sure to receive it punctually and in exquisite condition, and it is sure to fit you perfectly. Gi v Mm a call. AUo opening a large assortment of gentlemen' , furnishing goods for the spring trad*. Cvtab Wactory? A Utah Assortment of Tnr tohe shell dress eombs, the newest French patterns. The variety embraees every stylo of the imported and home ma mnfaeture. Combs made to order and repaired. A. A J. SAUNDERS, 387 Broadway. Portable Dressing Cases, of so Compact a lens that they can be csrried without inconvenience, aad yet oomplete and durable, every article In them being made lor use and warranted. To travellers they are indispensable. An examination will prove their worth and usefulness. J. SAUNDERS, No. 7 Astor House and 3B7 Broadway. 984000*000 Yard* Carpets ibr the Million, at ?I&AM ANDERSON'S ten spacious salesrooms. No. 99 Bowery. Splendid medallion velvet tapestry, Brussels, three-ply, and ingrain carpets, mats, oilcloths, stair oar pets, Ac., si tremendous bargains. The Intrinsic Excellence, Beauty, Style and tegenuity of original design which has, within the last year, been so fully developed in the manufacture of foreign and domestic carpetings and oilcloths, that the most scientific and acute observer must acknowledge that the manufactur ers of both hemispheres have arrived at the very acme of perfection in the production of these articles. It must be extnsnn ly gratifying to the friends and patrons of the popu lar establishment of Meters. MoUROKTY A TILBV^ 143 Broadway, that their spacious and commodious store is full* stocked with these Inimitable goods, aad will be disposed or, tor cash, at .prices infinitely lower than any house in the trade. There is one peculiar feature in the management of their business, which cannot fail of attracting, in an eml nent. degree, the particular attention of wholesale and retail purchasers, that all goods sold by them will be found, upon oarefol examination, identically as represented. The long experience and practical knowledge ol Mr. Wm. McQrorty j entities the beliei of their faithfully adhering to this uner ring principle. Hfimn ? * " ? "** & Lounabeiy would re spectfully inform their friendr and the publics that they have ehangsd their business location, late 44.S Pearl street, to 436 Broadway, (one door below Grand street.) They are now prepared to exhibit their new spring styles, consisting of Mosaic, velvet tapestry, Brussels, three-ply, and ingrain oarpetings, English and American floor oilcloth, ana all other goods pertaining to the trade. Sewing Machines*? I. M. Singer ?&i Co. Par ticularly invite attention to their old style approved sow ing machines, now in general use, to which admirable im provements hat o recently been added. Also, to their new machine, the latest and most perfect invention of the time, arhieh.sa.wt a seam of unequalled strength, elasticity and beauty, with a single thread. These machines are the only ones by which linen, or other thin fabrics can be sewed. Or fiee No. 823 Broadway. Sewing Macihlnss. Caution to the Public, All persons making, using ox selling sewing machines, where in an eye-pointed needle It employed, are beroby notified that unless they prooure a license from the undersigned they will be proceeded againat legally for infriugemont ot thj origin al paii ut granted to John J. Greenougb, Esq., on the 27th day or February, 1H42. That patent was the first evo; granted, and is the only patent covering the groved and eye pointed needle in the sewing machine. In this and in other respects we claim that all sewing machines now in use in fringe upon the Ureeuough patent. That patent 'has been assigned to ns, and we Intend to cnforco it against the en tire Boston combination now eudcavoriug to crush us, and to disturb and oppress the industrious citiiens of New York. I. M. S1N0EK A CO., No. 3i? liroadway. Defiance Salamander Safes, Gnylor's Pa tent. ? ROBERT M. PATRICK is the sole manufacturer in the United states of ihu above celebrsted safos, aud F. C. Grofliu s impenetrable dehancu locks aud cross bars, tho best safes aud locks combined in the world. Depot No. l!M Pearl street, one. door below Maiden lane. The PhortUx of Holmes A Butler Still As cending. ? At the great fire on Sunday morning in dpruoe street, a safe made by this firm saved all its books and pa ? pers, without ovon a mark upon them. It was openod at ?soon in the street, and the oontonts carriod to UO Fulton street, where the fiuhlio is invited to inspect them. The nfe belongs to Meeus Burdiok, Reed A Co. This firo, rrom 4Js severity, ranks next to tho Crystal Palace test trial, where H. A B. obtained so signal a victory. Facts, not Abies. HOLME* A BU'i'LKU, 123 Water stfoet, N. V. flair Dye and Ifr'lgs?Batchelor's manufac tory for these articles it removed to No. 233 Broadway, op posite to the Park, where he has the best accommodations in the world for tho application of hit famous hair dye and the sale or his neiriy invented wigs and toupees. Nine private rooms, all on "lac toot. Crl??ndoro*s Hair Dye? Byron's Drama, ' The Deformed TranrfornwwJ. " involves the supernatural; ? ont those who desire to res a deformity transformed to an element i f beauty by nataiEsl means, should witness 1 lie effru-t or CUlsTADOKO'rt hair dvc upon red, landy, grey, I or grits led iialr, at No. 6 Asfa.r Douse. Amnilnif Tdm rll y.-JIcw any dare ntc tlu nostrums wiTWi pretenders have put iorth as hair dyon is UStoi; idling. r.'ut the publlo ars finding them out. The re* liquid uyn brought out by I'KUO.N K'i A MEEB8. which ll compounded upon strictly scientific principle*, Las rj cslvtxl nniver ?il Commendation. It acts so dilorcntly from the old dyer, so mildly, and yet so energetically, that all approve ol it. Sold o ml applied at Mo. 13 Cortlandt ttroet, and st the following drag stores : BOO Urand street. 77 East llroadway, 3U>urlh U illlam iitroet. Cllrchugh'a Wigs and Tonpc^e.? The Itri-eKt assortment of llics* celebrated articles are now on band at 179 liroadway. The Improvements lately introduced lave completely revolutloniiusa the old system ot llttinz wi<n; all the former inconveniences of pressure, weight, and heat, ?.? i nmtilatalv dnn? i, wav m itli are completely done away with. Qjuka and Turklcs are Prohiln?n1 Objffls of attraction Just now. The TurTti are a balohead race, having never used BARKER'S tonlqne. Price twenty five cents. Hold everywhere. Principal depot, Barker'! ladies' hair drvwlog estsbliebjMBtj 439 Broadwty. PortitM of MUa Uraut^-Tb< national IV Mm Qinlta of thi* waek oo>Uiu a aorM?t Mkenese ef Mi** Crunt, the victim of Shaekford Mil lifUu Raatell ; tlM full report of tbe tlMlnotln of MIm Qri??. Alio, The Dream Spirit, a now revuUtiou in iflritatUw. Alto a foil report of the Filer murder at Syrauuae? vary interest lag. Alio, Sedu.tiun Case iu Philadelphia. Roee k J*"* aaenta, No. 21 Ann btroet. Sold everywhere. FOUR CENTS per copy. If Want or yim Uie Oni(?*r.it, that SV?rce to (troac. thlek 6'e, stain, injure ekia- tl a botUe, 9i jt) half doien Sent to any |>art of the you whi*k?r?, ?o?<Uoh?i1 ?hould my for will tiwm grow* in weeks, w ?i<? the aoun try. R. 6. GRAHAM. 15 Ann street; JSelbor, M South Third *tr?et, Philadelphia. Rcddlng'i Rnaaia Solw?, a Bonton lUmedy of thirty year* standing. cure* without fall burnt, soald*. boil*. chilblain*. chapped hand*, and ever* outward Injury or ataption. A. R. k O- Sa?da, wholesale ajents. Sold by C. H. King, corner of Jehn ttreet aniKBroadway, and by druggiati and apothaaar*** generally. A Word to Medical Martla(tt^.Thcre are fbrmaliata and dogmatists in aSl profaaaiot* who deny the truth of everything they don't find set down i-? certain book* which they nave teen taught to regari as the nmmun boaum ef the principle* ami practice of their cillinga. Such men are millstone* round tbe meek ol pr>,-re.ia; '<ut all their eflorts cannot ohain down investigation and experiment, nor discredit their reaulte. Medical martinets might lossihly be found who would deny that HOUSE'S invigorating elixir or cordial la tbe safc.t and most certain means of rtnoiating a broken down ayatem, and rcatoring shattered or relaxed ntrvea to their full vigor and tension that the world haa yot Been. Let them dedy It. Omnipotent truth is ini (btier than they. Call the recovered aick to the witness box, and let them testify again t prejudice. L it fact combat th?>ry, anil the -ratitmle of thousands lavod from a llfa of auff mng nud a premature t-rave, drown with ita acclaim the cavil ling* of those who are too wiae in their own eouoeit to ex amine and teat what they condemn. When the ihaken ntrvea become firm, the weak digestive powers vigorous, the ferhlo robust, the dejected joyoua. the aulfering free from tiain, the bedridden active; when we aee every species of functional disorder yielding to this ineatimahle curative, ought vie to lie against the li.;ht, bv denying or even doubt ing its extraordinary propertiesr Tue cordial is put up, highly concentrated, iu pint bottle*. Price three dollar* Er Lottie, two for live dollars, stt for twelve dollars. C. H. 1 j\' U . proprietor. 1 XI Ilroadway, Naur York. Sold hy drug gist* throughout the United State*, Canada, and tbe We*t Indies. ADVERTISEMENTS RENEWED EVERY DAY. E ? PERSONAL. GEK1A. ? YOU US OF TO-DAY ARE RECEIVED. The amwer m in the Post Office. I wrote last ni^ht. INFORMATION WANTED? OF A YOUNG MAN by the name of Lawrence Youug, (formerly of Clyde, K- Y., ill out seventeen years of age, *ud 'u" Itrawu, who left the employ of thu subscribers without their knowledge or couscnt, on the 13th of February last. As nothing h 14, since the time of his alienee, been heard of hiin by t'io un dersigned or hit anxious parents, any person who can give nuv information rcspectiug him. will conCvr a great favor by addressing isaae Peek A Son, Flushing, L. 1. INFORMATION WANTED? OF JAMES HARRISON, of Manchester, England, by trade a cabinet carver, wU ? camu to this country live yearn nince, with his Miter and daughter. When last heard of tliey wore in New York. Address Elizabeth Harrison, No. 2S(4 Itleeeker street. INFORMATION WANTED? BY MARY O'CONNRLL, of Mulangh, eounty Cavan. Ireland, of her sister Ellen, who left Scotland for Araorica two years ago, and wiion last heard of was in Perry street. Call at, or address a line to 402 Greenwich street. IF MISS MARY MORTON WILL ANSWER HER friend Louisa's letters, of Ronton, she will communicate something of importance to her. IF WILLIA*M LUS, QF NEW YORK, WILL CALL AT A. Wesson A Co'*., Nob. 9 A 11 Park place, he may hear ol something to bis advantage. ___ LOOK IN THE TRIBUNE INSTEAD OF THE Herald, as I told you, and remember the blue um brella. Mart kelly. dadohtsr of Lawrence kblly, of Kevin street, Dublin, who left Ireland two years since, will bear something of interest to her by addressing Z. B., Herald offiee. Mrs. cottor, who advertised for board in the Herald some three mouth* since, will find a letter for her in the Union square Post Office. MELTIAII GOVE.? ANY PERSON WHO WILL GIVE information as to his present place of residence, or if dead, when and where ho uied, to L. Pitkin, notary, Ac., 77 Nassau street, will confer a great favor. VT O.? TO-MORROW, (FRIDAY,) AT TEN O'CLOCK, J.1 ? at the hotel mentioned. I waited yesterday. ARIETTE. TO THE LADY AT BURTON'S.? I HOPE YOU ARE not angry with me; I was wrong. THE TWO YOUNG LADIES? ONE DRESSED IN A blaek dress, black lace hat, black veil, gray Bhawl with black border, and black gloves ? the other in a dark merino dress, blaek hat with rose ribbons and bugles, brown cloth mantilla, and no gloves ? who got outof a Fourteenth street stage at 10j< P. M. on Saturday evening last, at the eorner of Twenty -seventh street, Ninth avenue, and kindly took charge of the opera glasy a gentleman had left in the stage, are hereby assured that they will not be troubled in their new acquisition, and should the glass require repair they can have it done at the expense of the original owner by sending it to No. 1 Amity street. TO A*. C.? YOUR FRIEND AT P. WANTS VERY much to see you, bnt has lost your address. See him or write to Napoleon Forrest. * CLOTHING, AC. CLOTHING AND FURNITURE.? LADIES AND GEN tlcmen having any to dirpose of, can receive the utmost vslue in cash by sending to the stores 12 Weet Broadway SI ace and S3 W est Broadway, or letter per pott. 8. COHEN. I. B. ? Ladies attended to by Mrs. Cohen. CAST OFF CLOTHING AND FURNITURE WANT ed. ? Ladle* and gentlemen having any of the above arti cle* to dispose of, ean receive a fair ealh price for the same by sending per poet or at hi* reeidenee, No. 18 Elm street. La die* attended t? by Mr*. Duueldorp. _ L. H. DUSSBLDORP. FASHIONABLE READY HADE CLOTHING, NO. 380 Broadway.? Black froeka, $10; black deoofcjn pants, 84; assorted business coats, 86; figured easaimer* p<utts, 83 AO: overcoats, 88; silk, eattn, and eaaeiaere rests, 82; boys' suits, 83 BO; youth*' talma*, fff each. Clothing made tn B MISCELLANEOUS. Apartments wanted? from first of april. in a house with one other respectable family; eeoo-id Moor preferred: location between Allen and Thompson ?treets, and below Thirteenth street. Moderate rent, *ay flfiO or 8175. Addrco, with real name, W. S. K., Broadway 'ost Office. r A SPLENDID, FINE THREE STORY BASEMENT and attio honae to let, near Broadway; alio, a parlor and basement kitchen, In house No. 99 Mercer street, will be let cheap to a respectable, small family. Apply to P. M. TEMPLE, No. 6 Itorri* street. Board.? a small family wish to meet with one or two gentlemen of good standing, who, to avoid boarding houses, and to secure a comfortable home in a pri vate family, would guarantee the reut of a small house for the ensuing year. To sucji persons choice of rooms, good board and unexceptional reference*, would be given. Ad dress Ad Valorem, Herald oilloe. OARD WANTED IN BROOKLYN? NEAR THE FUL ton ferry, by a young man, in a private family, where the comforts of a home oan be obtained. Address, stating full particular* and term*, T. H. B., Herald offioe. References l>lv?n. For sale or to let? the well known and old established bakery No. 42 Frankfort street, now doing a very respectable business, with a new ooal ,>vou, and every other accommodation for an extensive trade. To a capitalist, such an opportunity ha* not been offered for year*. Terms reasonable. CHAS. DEVLIN. For sale? the lease, stock, fixtures and good will of a first class restaurant, well established, it is one of fte best locations down town. To a competent man this is a good chance. Address, with real name, B. it., Herald othte. None of the real estate agent* need apply. UOB SALE.? A SPLENDIDLY FURNISHED DINING, J? oyster and drinking saloon, in the heart of business. A l etter stand and place to make a fortune in cannot be found in the city. Will be sold cheap. Only roason ill-health. Apply at 102 Nassau street, room No. 9. THOMAS A CO. IitOR SALE? A COACH, NEARLY NEW; HORSES AND 1 harneas; separate or together. Also, a single horse and light top wagon. Apply at M Franklin street, until sold. FOR RENT.? FIVE ROOMS ON SECOND FLOOR, brick bouse, half of garret, half of wood house, Croton water, to a small American lamily. Inquire on the promises, ffj^Dilancy street. fTIOBACCO, CHAMPAGNE, SEGARS, AC.,* AT AUC X tion. ? Friday, at IU)? o'clock, at A7 Dey street, corner of Greenwich, an assortment of staple groceries, with small wares and miscellaneous a^iotcs, segars, smoking aud chew ing tobacco, l.OOii lbs. very superior plug, AO baskets cham pagne wine, pints and quart*. WELLINGTON A. CARTER, Auctioneer. TO IiARUERS ? FOR SALE, STOCK, FIXTURE3, GOOD will, aud a lease of six years' of a bairdrosaing and bath ing saloon; Inquire at No. I) Murray street, Mannattau llu tel.Jyiscment. T'O LET.? THE UPPER PART OF A SMALL GENTEEL hou?e, situated within two square* of Broadway; to a good tenant the reut will be moderate. Apply at SMITH'S Keul Estate Office, 3U Marion street, from 1/ to 12. rfOLET? A COTTAGE, STORES AND APARTMENTS. X A handtome cottage, with eleven rooms, at No. 4 i Forty lourth street, near bixtb avenue; also, two stores at No. 0/ Forty-fourth street; also, clicap apart uionts at Nos. 32 and 17 Forty lourth street, and at luu W est Thirty -second street. Possession immediately. Apply on the premises. F. MACDONOUGH. rpo NURSERYMEN.? WANTED TO PURCHASE, ONE J. or iwo thousand good sited evergreen and othor trees lor streets, to be delivered at a wharf a few miles from this city, the latter part of March or the first oi Apr.l next, for which cash will be given on delivery; or 1 will exohange my stock ol seeds, i^reenhouse plants, Ac., with tbree years' leaie ol store Nu. ti34 Broadway, to uny respectable Mods mill. The sul scribcr has made a business from which ha rcalkes a proht of $k,WJ0 per annum, which ho is obliged to relinquish on account of ill health. Proposal* addressed to No. 4'J Blect kcr street, before Friday next, will bo responded to. ln<aseol an exchange, 82,000 or 83, uOo worth ot goood sued tree* will be taken, at a fair val uaUou. None butpar tics of respectability will be treated with, lie will lot it for the business which be luu been making for the last six teen years, during which time he has made many sincere friends, which parting from is with much more ragret than that of his much-loved and cherished profession. T. DUNLAP. TO" WATAIIMAKERS AND JEWELERS ? A CHANCE seldom met with.? The lease of a house aud store, having two years to run, at a low rent, in Chatham xtreot, being one ol the best business locations in the city, with an established connection of years standing in the abovo Line, may be pur chased by meroly taking the balance of stock and fixtures, i be klock liao boon bought for caah, aud at nach prices that urn nit lail to proio advantageous. It has been curtailed down, so that the amount altogether required, will bo but a little 1 ver 83,000. ihe most satisfactory reasons will be given why the parties, who have heretofore carried on a good ?nd profitable bur Incut, discontinue saine. Address L h Chatham square Post Office. WANTED? A WIFE, A GOO? LIVING, AND A. HITS ?l band. On receipt of 81 I will send printed instruction* that mile or femala can rcaliie from 83 to 8> per day, with out n capital: also inctrui tionxto win the devoted affection* ol thk opposite *?_?. Addrese Dr. Goldsmith, Metropolitan Post Office, New York. WANltD? TO HI V A IIOISF. AND I.OT. IN A j good neighborhood, east ol the iiowery, or south side j of Williamsburg. Address, with lowest priee, Ambrose, j Tribune oltice. ANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNcToERMAN woman, who can speak English, good room and board, where she can have the company of a gentleman during the evening. Would pay from 84 to 80 a week, Addrei* P. | Mine, Jr., Broadway Po*t Offic?. J WAirrs. A RESPECT A b LE YOUNG 01 El., LATElV'aIIBXV c4 from Germany, Mafcea to obtain a sitaatloa in a *oa toil Americas or German family. She would like to go as chambermaid ? Mnitrtw. lias a good knowledge of tlie ' Krelc- u language. Satisfactory references >? to ropeota tilfly Apply to ItW Prince atreet, corner of StlUfai. A YOUNG WIDOW LADY, OP FIRST RESFECTA- j liility, wishes to obtain a situation as honsakeepur ia a gentleman'! family, or us oompautou to a lady. Satisfactory reference g+veu and repaired. Please address 11. C., Herald office. A HIGHLY RESPECTABLE YOUSG WOMAN WISHES a iHuition as chambermaid in a vrivuto family; ?? dtrstands plain and fancy needlework, and is willing to make herself generally usetul. Can be wen for three days at 174 Cbamberi street, third floor. A SITUATION' WANTED? BY A RESPECT ABLE young woman, in a private family, as plain eoak; la ? good wahfaer and ironer; good reference oan he ginn. In quire at 06 Chrystie street, In the rear, iirst floor, for two days. A GERMAN YOUNG LADY. WELL EDUCATED, wishes to have a situatiou in a respectable American tsiuily to take <are of one or two children. She ii willing to teach them the tiuruiau lttJMH, uml if required, einbruid ery and all kindi of fancy needlework. Best city referouce can be given. Address F. S., Herald office. A PLAIN, RESPECTABLE GIRL, IS WANTED AS governess, Ac., to a little child, (half-orphan,) by a young man, 4 American,) whose occupation calls hia from home. A humane, comely and polite girl of about nineteen yearn of age, that would like a permanent home, preferred. An address to W. F., Herald olbce. for ono week, withreal name, terms and address, will receive attention. A RESPECTABLE, TIDY, SMART GIRL, WANTS A situation to do chamberwork. and to assist in washing \ and ironing, or as children's main and to do plain sewing. Can come well reooiumended. Inquire at lib Twenty fifth | street, between Second and Third avenues. A RESPECTABLE GIRL WISHES A SITUATION A^ chambermaid or to do general housework, and has no objection to the uouutry ; has both city and country refe rences. < an be seen for two days, at the corner of Van Brunt and 1' resident etroots, up stuirs, South iirooklin. A SITUATION WANTED? FOR A YOUNG GIRL, AS cliamutrmald and line washer and ironer, or as laun dress, in a hiwII private family; she is well recommended trom hrr last *?uation, where ihe may be seen for tw?<fayi. No. fl Bond strew.. A YOUNG WO*an WANTED? TO ATTEND A bakery; one who uerfectly understands the business may hear of a first rate utuation and good waxes, by ad dresiing Baker, Herald offi e. A RESPECTABLE YOUNq WOMAN WISHES A situational chambermaid, and to assist in washing aud ironing, or would do the general housework of a small family; has no objection to go to the country. Good city re ierence K'vcn. Can bo soeu for two days, at 48 SV est Thir teenth street, between Filth aud Sixth avenueH, third fljor, in the rear. A RESPECTABLE PROTESTANT YOUNG WOMAN, with good city reference, wishes a situation as chain hermaid, and to take care of children. Can be seen for two days at her last place, 128 St. Mark's place, corner of avenue E. A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN WISHES A Si tuation as cook, washer, and ironer, or to do the house work of a private family. Good city and country reference. Please call fur two days at 242 Sixth avenue, between Fif teenth and Sixteenth ttreets. Avery respectable French oirl wishes a situation, in a respectable American family, a* seam stress and to take care of children. She docs not speak English. Can give the best of reference. Please call at 263 Hudson street, between Canul and Spring, fur two days. A YOUNG WOMAN WISHES A SITUATION TO DO chamberwork aud plain sewiug. Can be seen for three da^s at 52 Tweuty-Hlth street, corner Sixth avenue, third iloor, front reom. A PROTESTANT WOMAN WANTS A SITUAUION AS cook in a private family. Good reference can he given. Cau he seen tor two days at 164 Ninth itreet, opposite the Bible Honse, iirst floor, back room. A YOUNG MAN, WHO HAS SERVED IN A WHOLE aale trimming and fancy business, and who is well ac quainted with the eity and country trade, can find a good situation by addressing box 2,158 Post Offioe. Vo?ko?Vrnook^yn*ff fa"V"r ] pS?fc esu'blb'*"" Herald office. > fo* ?om? hours daily. AdJn,^ 'd'h** A YOUNG GENTLEMAN FROM ENGLAND, WnO IS thoroughly acquainted with the manufacturing of cash meretts, Ac., and conversant with the duties of an office, Is in want of a situation. Address box 193 Post Office, Au burn, N. Y. A YOUNG MAN, TWENTY-EIGHT YEARS OF AGE, who has been employed in different wholesale stores in Paris, is detirous to obtain a situation In some respectable business; he speaks French, German, and a little English; writes a good hand, and understands bookkeeping; has no objection to teach German or French wherever he may be employed. Wages not io much aa object ai a good place. Ilest of references given. Address E. Mercnr, Broadway Poet Office. BOY WANTED? WHO SPEAES FRENCH AND English, and is between twelve tad fifteen years of age. Good wages. Apply immediately, to M. Dejacque, paper hanger, 2U Laurens itreet, near Canal. BOY WANTED? FROM 14 TO 16 YEARS OF AOE, IN a gentlemen's fnrniihing itore; one that oaa com well recommended. Apply at 331% Broadway. Billiards. ? wanted, a steady, faithful young M, to attoud a billiard saloon. On* acquainted with tb? IiiiImh * ill find a (toady situation. lie must come well noommended from hia last plaee. Apply at the Uirard Uoqu billiard Saloon, Mo. 129 Chambers street. (1UAMBERMA1D AND WAITER'S SITUATION WANT J ed by a ret pectablo girl.? Can be teen at her last plaoe, 2b Hammond stroet, until Monday. /"CALIFORNIA. ? A HIGHLY RESPECTABLE YOUNG \J man, with food raaonsmcadatioas, and who apeak* French and Engliah, want* a aitnation to wait on a goutle maa or faasily going to California. Has boon aooustoiuad to tiavaUtag, aad woald aaMlMmaWr geaorally maofal. WoaU M wflBag to pay a par* of Ma owa passage. Please address box 1.UU Post Office. " Drug clere.? wanted, an asmm*** ?****? Apply at 2W mn?n kveaae. ooraor of Twenty -fourth ?inn, niia. is. Freeman. Farmer and gardener wanted.? a single man, with unqualified references, to take charge of a kitchen garden, tea acres of land, stables, Ac. Apply from 11 to 2 only, on Wednesday and Thursday, at No. 41 Liberty street, front office, up stairs. Governess.? a young german lady, edu cated in tho lest schools of Europe, wishes a situation as governess in a respectable family. References unques tionable. Address, by letter, Stalknecht A Hunt, lawyers, 14 Wall street. Gardener wanted.? a single man, who un derstaads market gardening. Apply, between 2 aad 5 o'elock, P. M., to William Partridge A Son, 27 Cliff street. Gardener? wanted, a situation as gar doner, by a practical married man, without a family : he nnderstaads gardening in all it* departments, and is of sober and induetrious ha Bits; wishes a permanent situation with a respectable family, and no other need apply. Please address G. C., Gardener, Herald office. Gardeners.? situation wanted, by a mar ried man, with a small family, who nnderstaads gar dening in general. The subaeriber woald prefer layiag out a new plaeo. Can produce satisfactory referenoe aad ezpeots liberal wages. Addres* C. M., Carmaasville, Poet Offloe, N. Y., for oae week. Milliners wanted.-none but those who perfectly aaderstand the business need trouble them selves to apply. The highest salary aad coaataat employ ment given. Apply ia the raacy store oorner of Market and Division streete. Man wanted? to drive a soda water and porter wagoa. Oae who thoroaghly aaderstaads this businees, and can give good refsreaoa, may address Vladea, Herald offlee. Man servant wanted.? one who thokough ly understands his busiaess aad ha* good refereaoe. A i p'y Fifth avenue. Men waiters wanted? eight competent and thoroughly experienced waiter* are wanted imme diately, for first claaa private families. Apply at 149 Grand street; also wanted, a Sootch or Eaglish gardener ON DEMANDS? UNE FRANfAISE CONN AIS8ANT lien sa langue, poor preadre soin d'aa jeuae enfant de cinq ans. Elle devra fournlk de boaae recommendations, S'adrci>ser aujourd'hui au No. 6ft Metropolitaa Hotel. SITUATION WANTED-BY A SMART, WILLING girl, as chambermaid and waiter, or as chambermaid and to do line washing and ironing. Has good oity refer ence. Please apply at 22a First avenue. Saleswomen wanted.? two good saleswo men, to sell lacea and embroideries. Apply at LORD iUROV.N'S, No. 6ft Cedar street, on the srth and 10th inat., between the hours of four and sii o'olook, P. M. SILK AND SHAW L SALESMAN WANTED-0F FIRST rate abilities and experience; also a man thoroughl competent to take charge of aad purchase for a lace and em broidery department. Address box 3,3l?7 Post Office. C ERV A N TS? FIRST CLASS SERVANTS. -SITUATIONS O arc wanted, in city and country, for a large number of respectable competent servants, via.; sevural first class cooks, washers and ironers, (highly recommended,) nurses, experienced chambermaids, first class seamstresses, gensral houseworkers, Ac., at MANNING 3 Agency, No lOTlilary street, near Fulton, Brooklyn. SALE WOMEN WANTED; ? THREE SMART, EXPE ricnccd aalcswoinen wanted immediately, to whom libe ral salaries will be given if abilities prove satisfactory. Ap ply to M. Bell, Wt Canal street. TI1E ADVERTISER WISHES A SITUATION AS none and plain hewer, or as chambermaid and waiter. The bekt of city refurcuec given from her last plaoe. Apply at h72 Broadway, corner ol Eighteenth street, for two days. TO FARMERS ? A MAN WHO FULLY UNDERSTANDS bis business, (the buying, selling, breeding, and treat ment of all kinds of farm stock,) would act as conductor on a farm to any gentleir.au requiring his services, for a liberal remuneration, or would farm on shares if ho mot an eligible person. Good reference given. Address D. D., Herald office, for ten days. __ TO COACH PAINTERS ? WANTED, A FIRST RATE mcthanic. Good wages aud steady employment. Ap ply at Cooper's livery stable, 1U3 Charles street. TO ENTERPRISING MEN.? WANTED, YOUNG MEN of percoTeranco and of good address, to solioit orders In New York, Brooklyn, rfnd vicinity, for the heat canvassing illnftrated work published in America. To those who are willing to work for the interest of tlioir employers, a very desirable opportunity Is oflured. Apply to R. J. Abbott, at Littell, Son 4 Co.'*, 343 Broadway, seoond floor, from 8 A. M. to 4 P. M. TO FARM PROPRIETORS.? A NATIVE OF BRITAIN' conversant with the most approved system of fanning' agriinlture nnd grating, tile, rubble and sky draining, the I recline, rearing ami feeding of every kind of live stock, hh h as the short horned and Ayrshire cattlo and Llecester sliire sheep, wants a sitnntlon as steward or farm overseer, on a farm of some extont, whore experience and fidelity, coin fined with the stri. let economy, would be appreciated, lias no objection to go West nnd lead, and put IiIj hand to work. Tho advarti cr would bo found competent to super intend n union or a public institution in the country. Ad dress W. W. Steward, liorald oiiloo. TO WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS.? A YOUNG GERMAN, with fouty ears experience l;i the retail and wholesale trade, went* ^situation in a wholesale or Importing bonne Itett of city reference given. Addrou A., box 1,834 l'ost I Offieo. TEN AGENTS EACH STATE? WITH >100 to 9200 capital, to sell article* wanlsd In every family. Good lalesmen can make CI to $A per day. or paid Cut to $M per mouth. On* .with 9600, to take a State agency, can make 91, WO per annunt. Call at or gddre** No. 317 Bow*ry. ] WAirrs. VNA'W/V/W/V/VW.A^'V^. W?\*XX^r\-"V VWA\AA\X P MERCHANT TAIIOKS ? \ YOUNG MAN OF HE i|Hict?ibIity Yiahcfl to make an cnitdimontia a rotpcot afckUr Goiiuna ?ttabliihm?ul ac cuikr; w vtll acqurtfuWd with tb? European and American of omltta;, and ***? raoUfi, (on p&ntaloons and to Ml Utj In every rut (be difereut notion* of otutomera. Can furnish \l?e best uf ttftreaec la e>?rjf itipw t iroai the place where he i* ?iu ployed atprescnl. Speak* Kngliah aud Gorman perfectly. Adarcsa W. W.K., Herald *??*. WANTED? A STEADY GIRL, AS CHAMBBRH.UD and waiter, and to assist hi washing, Ac.; to go into the country, sear Philadelphia. To one rally competent good wage* will be givoa. Apply ^OTo. 9 Bleocker street. WANTED? SIX GOOD SILK EMBROIDERE3HES. ? Apply immediately at No. 140 Ws*t Nineteenth stroe^ third Boor. WANTED? BY AN ENGLISH DRESSMAKER, A SIT uatloa aa forewoman, or cottar. Hu a correct know ledge of htting and executing in the moat iiuished French ana Engli*h style*. To board la the koaae preferred. Ad dre*a L. M. P., Herald office. WANTED.? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN, a situation aa chambermaid, or woald assist in tha washing and ironing, or take care of children and do plain ??wing. Oood city reference given. Pleaao call at 21.1 Eaat Thirteenth (treet, second floor, front room. WANTED? A PROFESSED COOK. NONE BUT PRO teatant* need apply at 15 Washingtoa sqnarc, second door below Fifth avenue. ANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE voong woman, as ohauiLermaid, or to do the work of a small tamily, who is only a short time in thii country. Wages not mash an object. Apply at 40 Cherry street. Can be ma from II A. M. till 4 P. M. ANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE WJ w yoang English Protestant woman, who has not been long ia the country, as chambermaid in a small family. W ages not so much of an object as a comfortable home. Apply for two days at 41 Cherry street, from 11 until 3 o'clock. WANTED-A YOUNG WOMAN EXPERIENCED IN dresimaking, to take eharge as forewoman in the said business. Apply to Madame Garey, 294 Sixth avenue. WANTED? TWO ( OLOKKD WOMEN TO GO IN THE country; one au cook, who understands making cream and pastry, and to asrist lu washing and ironing; toe other as chambermaid, and to do Hue washing and irouiug; must lie willing to make ber*elf generally useful. Apply at 019 Broadway, between 9 and 11 o'clock A. M. ^ WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE yuung girl, as cook; is willing to assist in the washing and ironing, iu a private laiuily. Caa be seeu for two days ut i. 3 East Twentieth street, near First avenue, third floor. Lack room. WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE, NEAT YOUNG woman, a situation as chambermaid, nurse or waiter, or to do the housework of a small family; she is an excellent ?ai ber and ironer, and understands baking. The beat of references from her laut place. Plea<io call at No. 1711 West >i>teenth street, la the basement. Caa be aeea for three dayr. __ WANTED? IMMEDIATELY, AT 373 BROADWAY, ten flrat rate bonnet tankers, and three good trimmer.!; one who il capable of making caps and headdresses. To such tha beat wages given, and constant employment. N . B. ? Four apprentices wanted, and a girl to ruu errands. In i. aire as above. WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE yoang woman, ai chambermaid, vc V? dg general housework lu a small private fauily. Il a good washer and ironer, and has good rcferenco from her last place. Can be seen for two days at" 4(12 Sixth avenue, between Twenty fourth and Twenty-tilth streets. WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN, a situation as chambermaid and flue washer, or to do the general housework of a small family. Best of city re lert aces given. Can b? seen at No. 114 Essex street, fin t floor, front room. WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN, a situation to do general housework, cooking, wash ing aad ironing, and ehamberwork, in a small private fa mily. Best of city reference given. Please eall at No. 103 V arick street, for two days. WANTED? 8ITUATION8, BY TWO YOUNG GIRLS; one as cook, washer and Ironer, the other as ohamber maid, waiter, or to take care of young children and do plain sewing. Have been three years with their present employ ers, who are going to Europe, which is the eause of their leaving. Can be saeo for two days at aid West Twenty W ANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE yoaag woman, as plain cook, washer and ironer, or as chambermaid aad waiter, or as chambermaid and to do plaia sew lag. Best of city reference given. Caa be seea for two da) s at 7? West Nineteenth street, in the rear. TX7" ANTED? A SITUATION, BY AN EXPERIENCED v v cook; she understands her business. Has no objection to go in the country. Has good eity reference. Can make all kinds of creams and jellies, and has lived in large board ing houses. Please eall at 277 Mott street, flrat floor, front room. WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE WOMAN, A SITUA tlou in a private family; is a good oook, washer and ironer, aad an excelleat baker aad pastry cook. Best of city refereace gives. Please oall at 393 Bowery, In the store, lor two days. WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNO WOMAN, a situation as cuok, washer aad ironer, ia a small privato ismUy; has ao objection to go a short distanoe ia the country; the best of city referenoe given. Please eaU at ItSO Laurens street, la the rear. WANTED? BY A SOBER, TIDY, QUIET GIRL, A situation as waiter aad to assist in fhmlly sewing, or as waiter and chambermaid. Refer* to her last employer, at lib Last Thirteenth street, where she caa be seea for three days. WANTED? BY A YOUNG WOMAN, A SITUATION aa chambermaid and waiter. Pleaao call at Itio Kant Twelith atreet, In the toy (tor*, fur two day*. Beat of city nflruM given. ANTED? AN AMERICAN WOMAN, OP NOT LESS than forty yeara of mo, to do the housework of a email plain lamiiy, consisting oftwo grown persons, a boy, and an infant. In a country village, about throe boura travel from the city, where a lie will be treated a* one of the family. Wage*, one dollar per week. Addreea W. Madiaon, elty Poet Ofice, atating where an interview ean be had nest Meadny. WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE tonus woman, aa chambermaid or waiter, in a private M?*i>e?takle reference can be given. Apply at 40 Bowery. Seen for two day*. WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG GIRL, A situation to do general homework In a amall private .uniily, or to do ehaiaberwork and waiting. Uood olty reUrenee oan be given. Pleaee call at 170 Thirty Brat atreet, between Seventh and Eighth aveuaea. Can be aeen for two daye. WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE PROTESTANT young girl, fourteen yeara of age, a situation, to take care of children, or do waiting, and ia willing to make her relf useful. Pleaae call at 137 avenue C, between Eighth and Ninth streets, third floor, back room. WANTED? A GOOD, SMART GIRL, TO DO GENERAL housework for h email family. An American preferred. Apply at ?6 Henry atreet. WAN TED-BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN, a situation aa chambermaid and waiter, and to aaaiat in washing and ironing; ia willing and obliging. Beat or oity reference can be given. To be neon for two daya at 64 Eaat Thirteenth atreet, corner of Foarth avenue. WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE young woman, aa plain eook, waaher and lroner, in a amall family. The beat ef elty reference. Pleaee call at No. 8 Carmine atreet. WANTED-A TRENCH OB SWISS WOMAN, AS aeamstreaa. Apply at No. 6 Washington place. WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A YOUNG WOMAN, aa steward***. Pleaee oall at, or addresa E. W.,24 Downing atreet. WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE woman, as cook, waaher, and lroner in a small private family. Please call at No. 20 Vande water street. WANTED? AMERICAN GIRLS, TO LEARN THE vest making business. Apply at No. 3 Minetta lane. Good aewera only need apply. WANTED-BY A VERY RESPECTABLE YOUNG girl, a situation aa waiter, and to aaalst in any other ligbt work, in a small family. High wages not so much an ol Jeet aa a good plaoe. Can be highly reoommendud. Call for two daya at 1? Eaat Eleventh atreet, two door* from Third avenue, front basement. WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE young womnn, aa chambermaid, and todoflne washing and ironing, or would go aa Uundreas. Best of olty re ference given. Please call at Ninth street, between Third and Fourth avenues, in the rear, second floor. Oan be aeen for two daya. WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE young woman, aa chambermaid, or to assist in wash ing anu ironing, or aa seamstress, la willing to make her aelf generally useful. Please call at No. 214 Waverley place. WANTED ? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE young woman, aa cook; ahe nnderatanda pastry and baking, la willing to aarfkt in waahingand irortng In a smalt family, llae good city reference. Pleaee oall at 214 Waver ley place. W "ANTED? A TIDY PROTESTANT YOUNG WOMAI I to asaist in general houaework and taking care of ohil dren. Wages $4 a month and a good home. Ono that can settle in a good place may inquire in the tea store 328 Grand etrc??. ANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE young woman, aa nurse and seamstress, or aa chamber bermaid, and to assist in waabiug or plain sowing, llai lived three years in her last place. The beat of city refer ence can bo given. Please call at No. 124 Atlantic street, Brooklyn, for two day*. WANTBD? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE young woman, aa ohambermaid or waiter, in a respect able family. Would not mind taking charge o! chihlrcu. Can be well reoointnendod irom her last place. Pleaae cai . ai ICQ Atlantic street, Brooklyn, for two days, WANTED.? A COMPETENT PROTESTANT WOMAN '? wanted, at cook, and to do the waabing and iroaiug 0 a private family. Apply at 2J London tcrrace, Twenty- ! t iiru street, between Niath and Tenth avenues. WANTED-A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE married woman, as plain sewer and nurai', to a pri 1 at - family; ia a Protestant. Please call at 2W Seventh street, between avenue* 1> and E. WANTED-A SITUATION, AS COOK, IN A HOTEL or private boarding house, by an experienced cook; she periuotly understands both meat and pastry in tbo French and English style*; all jellie*, blano mange, and all kinds of pickles and preserves; has lived both iu the city and country for the last twelve years. lni|Uiro at 117 East Broadway, lor two daya, If not engaged. Tl' AN TED? IN A PRIVATE FAMILY, A MIDDLE Vv aged French woman, aa nurao and aoaniHtress; one who speaka French well. English or Scotoh Protectants may apply at 143 Fifth avenue, this day, between teu au>l one o'clock. WANTED-^BY A FAMILY OOING TO EUROPE, A German girl, to take care of a child on the parang" Herrervlce* required only as far as Germany. One nut sui> Jeet to much sea sickness may hear lurther particulars by applying at 2WI State street, Brooklyn. WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE girl, to eook, wash and iron, in a private lainity. Uood references given. Can bo seen lor two day*, 11' nut engaged, at Mi Kant Eleventh street, between First and Beoond ave nues, front room, aecond floor. UrANTED? A PROTECTANT WOMAN. TO DO COOK inn, washing and ironing; also a chambermaid. To sa>e trouble none but those who perfectly understand their bntines* need apply. Inffnira at 22 Union place. WANTED ? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE *v married woman, with a fresh breast of milk, in areapeut able family Beat of iflty reference ean be givon. Please call at 218 Twenty-third atreet. betwee* First and Second I ?Tt w, jvvr, tim cv?i* ? WAKTS. WANTED-SIX CUSTOM VEST 11AND8 WANTED TO mUl white Mar?olU*s Vaats. High price ptli ?d ?W*4? ?anplnymrnt. Stuslt ?f work nouired. 0. B. FLINT 4 tO., '.'4 D?y ilrxt, i<c?gd floor WANTED? A CHILD TO WET NUIISE. BY A TOtTWQ, healthy woman, at b?r own house, whose own child is ?lead a few <tvi The lest <>f rtlanuM uinst be given. Ap ply at No. 11 Delancy street, in the rear, up stairs. WANTED? A SITUATION BY A RESPECTABLE young woman an ccok, washer and iruner The l.ent of city refrnaee given. Apply, at lt?f> Seventeenth street, be tween Sixth and Seventh txnnii. Can l>e seen fur two dayt. WANTED? A SITUATION AS HOUSEKEEPER, BY an American * idow lady, in a email family . a wi dower's family prelerred. I'lease addreae to 11 It R. E , t hathum street pod ofhee. WANTED? A GOOD MILLINER TO GO SOUTH; NONE but a competent hand need apply, Inuuire at M Amu* street, between the hoars of H and 11 o'clock. A mid die aged lady preferred. "IITANTED? BY A YOUNG GIRL, A SITUATION AS TV chambermaid and tu assist in ironing ; no objection to housework in a small private family. Please call at Sixth avenue, corner of Twenty second street, for two days. WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE young wurnau. as wet nurse. Apply at Michael Con way'*, Fatcham s alley, Amity street, Brooklyn, first floor. WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A HIGHLY RESPECT able young womau, as laundress or chambermaid. The best of eity reference given. ('lease oall or addross 210 First avenue, between Twelfth and Thirteenth streets, first floor, back ruom, for two days. WANTED? A SITUATION, AS CHAMBERMAID; UN derstauds lino washing and ironing well, and has lived in good families in the city. The best of city referenuu given. Apply at No. 1S4 Green street, noar Houston, seoond i.oor, for two days. WANTED? BY A COMPETENT GIRL. WITH GOOD roterenccs, a situation as ohambermaid and waiter, or to do general housework in a small family. Apply at 33 Macdougal ttre<^, for two days, if not engaged. WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE yuung woman, as ohambermaid and waiter, in u re spectable private family in this city. Good reference given, i' It are call ur adores* lor two d?yj, 6**1 Houston atreet, in small fancy store, between Broadway and Bowery. WANTED? IMMEDIATELY, SIX GOOD TRIM luers for the millinery 1 uslness. The highest ? .Me ' will Le given nnd constant employment Apply at No. Division street, near Chrystie. WANTED? A COMPETENT SEAMSTRESS ; ONE who understands cutting and fitting, and is partial to children. None need apply except Protestants, aud can bring unexceptionable reieruncei. Inuulre. between the hours of 'J and 12 o'clock, at No. 20 East Twenty-second street, to morrow (Friday). ANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE young womau, as chambermaid, aud to hulp with the washing and ironing, or tu do general housework. Picas call at the corner ofFacittc and Hluks atroet, Brooklyn, at Mr. Fersel'i. w WANTED? A SITUATION, AS PRO KESSEI) COOK, in a'prlvate family, by a woman who is competent to 1.1 1 the above situation. Sbu has lived with families of dis tinction, and has served her time under a man cuok. She understands all kinds of soups, gravoys, and made dishes, sweet and savory entremets, pastry, creams, jellies, aud laking. She also understands the care of u dairy. Can he seun at 85 East Twenty second street, between Third and Lexington avenuea, tirst floor, frunt ruuui. WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE. STEADY PRO testant woman, a home; is a good plain cook, an excel lent laundress, or woeld do housework for a small family; has no objection to go a short distance in the country; can come well recommended. Pleaae call at220 Mulberry street, second floor, front roum, until suited. "Ur ANTED? A HEALTHY, ACTIVE YOUNG PROTEST TT ant girl, to tako carc of two obildren. Apply at 12S Vest Twenty-third street. WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN, a situation as good plain oook, washer and ironer. The bett of city reference can le given. Please call at 296 Mott street. WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE MARRIED WO man, a situation as wet nurse; is perfectly healthy, and capable of taking charge of an Infant. Please oall at? 64 Spring street. WANTED? A FRENCH LADY, AS RESIDENT GOV ernesa in a female seminary near the city. Apply at Kotert Bonner'* otlioe, 76 Nassau street. uriKTFI) A PROTESTANT GIRL, AS WAITER. Gramerey park. ? ? &o:^kre.^ Tlf ANTED ? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG GERMAN^ yV vumu, a aituation aa cook, washer and lJoneT' .mall American family. ???* ?f clty ^efere,lc, gi?a' AP ply at 1U7 Ekbc* *trcct, third floor. TirAKTID BY A RESPECTABLE GIRL. A SITUA near Grove- Apply al the private door. WAKB=K * SSS5 ; "t? 'iffeSs -m-ANTED-AN EXPERIENCED PROTESTANT WO W mM, if, nurse and aaamstre**. for a family at 1 ort Richmond,' Staten Itland. Good city reference required. A pply at No. 5 Rutgers plaee, before 3 P. M. WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG GIRL, A two day* If not engaged WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE yovM woman, to oook, wash and iron, or would do genera? homework. Beat of city r.fereaoe given. Apply at 64 Spring itreet, for two day*. WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN, a situation to do general Uoaaework In a private faml. It. The beat of city raiarence can b? givsn. Inquire at 14 Uan*evoort street, third floor. Can be aeen for two daya^ WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A . ?k* you me woman, M aarn and chambermaid in ft nice private family ; haa lived three year# in her la?t place, and fa capable of taking full charge of a baby from It* Infancy. Please call at 287 Eighth avenue, l^tween Twenty -fourth and Twenty -fifth atreeta. Can be Men for two day*. WANTED? BY A PROTESTANT GIRL, A SITUATION aa cook or chambermaid. Can be aeen for three day*, from ? A. M. to 4 P. M., at ?6 Union street, South Brooklyn ANTED ? BY AN EXPERIENCED WOMAN, A aituation aa cook; mudeKtanda cooking in ea. The beat of city reference oan be given. PIMM Mil M 2U4 Eaat Nineteenth atreet, near Flrat avenue, third floor. WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A NICE, TIDY LIT tle girl, between fourteen and fifteen miud children and make heme If generally uaeful, Un l ro teatant. Pleaae call at 66 Crosby atreet, pear houae, room No. 1. Can be aeen for three daya if not salted. Wanted? by a respectable girl, a situa tion aa chambermaid and assistant in washing and Ironing or to do the housework of a small family. Uaa good referencea. Call at No. IV City Hall place. Can be aeen for two flay*. WANTED? A SITUATION, BY AN EXPERIENCED cook. She underatand* all kiada of French cooking pastry, Icea, lelliea, and all kinds of cake*. Cm be aeen for two day* at No 311 Twenty-seventh *treet, between Tenth aud Eleventh avenue*. Good city rofcrenoe can b* given. WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN, a tltuatlon a* good waaher and lroner; no objection to go io the country. The beat of city reference. Pleaae call at 14 Trinity place, firat floor, back room. WANTED? BY A "YOUNO GIRL, A SITUATION AS plain cook, or aa chambermaid, and would ?**i*t in waahing and ironing; i* capable oi giving .atlafaoMo^ Pleaae call, for two daya, at 1?2 Seventh Twenty aecond and Twenty third atreet*, llr?t floor, back room. .... - WANTED? A SMART, NEAT AND 'N4TJLL,.a"?T Protectant girl, la wanted a* nur*e, to take care of a ?child two year* of age, and to sew. Apply at London terrace, (Twenty tblr? atreet,) between Ninth and Tenth avenuea. _i ? WANTED-BY A YOUNO MAN, OF SOBER AND duatrioua kabita, a aituation a* porter. Would make himself generally uaeful to his e mP>."7eral ^ f factory reference. Addregi A. H., &JA i earl itreot. InTED-A SITUATION, AS BAREJEEPER. BT 1 voung man that has been steadily employed in the business. Can produce the best of city reference*. Addreea B. X., llerald office. . i^Mtol-A GARDENER, WUO UNDERSTANDS his business; a German or Scotchman preterred None need apply unless well recommended. Apply at the Jfflce of the Second Avenue Railroad Company, 6e Bowery, over the Citiaeu*' Bank, from 11 to 12 o clook. ?mt ANTED ? A FIRST RATE SALESMAN, FOR A W large dry goods house in Rochester, wani lf*>?al, unquestionable reference* required. Brentano * Beir, Id John atreet. WANTED-A YOUNO MAN, ACCUSTOMED TO FARM work, underatanding the care ol horae*, *e. Apply at 231 Broadway. ? WANTKD-A SITUATION, AS COACHMAN AND groom, by a youmg man fully c?paM^ouatry pr? terrcd. Kefora to hla preaent employer, at No. 34 Barling slip, up italr*. WANTED ? A SMART, INTELLIGENT YOUNG MAN about (lateen year* of age; muat bring encea; salary first year S160. Inquire of Ira Porter A Co., 442 Broadway, between B and 10 A. M. WANTED? AS TRAVELLING AGENT FOR A I YAR uiah houae in thi* city, a peraoa thoroojhly veraed in the buMneaa; no other need apply. * V sidiemed to B permanent, and Uio aalary good. Letters addreaaed to ?., llerald office, will meet witb dne attention. WAM?"d-dBlnneAr XVt* a?"et"?i?? wh^e Ssyi&sr9 fcws ?l8,r. _____________ WANTED? IN A WHOLESALE PROVISION STORE, a young man about IN years af age, to make out hills ? ..l.l the book*; a good penman, correct at figure*, and acquahited wtth accounts,!. required. Must give the best of reference as to character and honesty. None others rcerl apply. Address, in own handwriting, with referencea and ape, K. S., herald office. Salary S4?. TXT AN TED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE Y\ venng men. as coachman and groom; he perfectly un ilt rstsnds his I utdn'ss, aud is willing to make himself gene rally useful IT required, can give the best reference* from |ii? lute employer. Please address J M. C., llerald office, for three days. -liT aM ED? AB BARKEEPER. A MAN TWENTY FIVE W or thirty year* of ere, to tako the entire chars* ^ bnrinesc. Mir t produce unquestionable reference from pre ?ant or Inst empteyer. Address J. S W., li> r*ld office. -II' ANTED-llY A RESPErTABLE*OrNG ENOLISir W man. a sitnation as plomhef or gMtlkf -''"'r?*" tl.rce years et the l.n?ine*?. Can bo ?cen at 1 2b Bant Twen ty third street, for three day*. . IlfAVTED A SITUATION AS GARDENER, BY A I W man who Is highly respectable, and la conversant with Ma t, mines In all Its departm.nts IIU wlfa would taAe eharre of tbe dairy or otherwise Can refer to the highest I families In the eonutrv Ha* no inS4?bjWl^, A4W?? i a v., w ivnm vwvww^. ^ WAST*. woda. Add,,., j. o S R."i,?Ud ^o"d tuUhlu* ot ?^h"2 W\yt?Zi 22V!? ?? in -awe KMre tsn? W^h'o^rv J??0, k^AC^N"D WITH ?'iit?. Good city reference required. * 4 Chatham ??U street, ,,colld iu?r, room Wo'. 8 Pt"'" " "* *?,. WANTED? TO GO A SHORT DISTANCE ON LONG l.laud, t idiid accustomed to farm work, and who un derstands It in all it* I ranches; to a stoady, sober and in dustrious man. good wages aud constant employment will * e given. American or Scotch preferred. Apply to Com* slantine A Co., No. 4 Broome street. WANTED? BY A YOUNG MAN, A SITUATION, TO take car, ot a pair of horses, and a cow if required, and to do the * urk .if a n getable garden Has threo year, good reference from hi. lust employer as to capability. Addree* M. G., Herald othec. XV ANTED? ATNO. or BROADWAY, SCHOOL TEACH " ers. book keepers, clerks, mm ou railroad, and stoarn rr Barkeepers, coachman, porter*, boys to loam trades, hot sekespers, seamstresses aud chambermaids. Applloat.W im losing |1, Iree ol postage, will I >? promptly suited. __ TllOS SflNH, A font. THE TIHP. - ? 1 ] N ION COURSE. L. I.?1 TROTTING? 1HM.? PURSES l_v and stuke. for the srrin:? suasoo. ? No. 1. I'urje 9100, with an inside .take of $50; half forfeit; free fur all hor.ee tl at never won a parse; mile beat.; lot 3 iu b in harne.a. No. 2. Same aa No. 1, to waron. No. 3. Fur-c ol $li>0; in i ide stake Ji(l, half forfeit free for nil borse. tbat ne\,?t won a purse over 9'0; luile heats; best iu ft in barnes*. No 4. ?Same a. No. 3. undcrsaddle. No. ft. Same at No. to wagon. No. (i. Purse of 9100; im ide ataLo S>r>t); li.ilf forfeit; free foe all boric, that never wou a purro over ?7.1; mile beats; >'??t in ft, nnder saddle. No. 7. Same a. No. C, in harness. No. 8. Same a* No. fi, to wagon. No. 9. Purse of 9100; inside stake $.'.0; tulf forfeit, free to all horses tbat ucver wou a puree of 91(H); mile heats: best .H in 5 in harness. No. 10, Sane as No. tf, t< vac.on. No. II. Pursaof910C; inside. take K0; half forfeit; free for all bursas that never won a pur.a over 9100; two utile heats, in harness. No. 12. I'urse of >100; inside staka 9*-0; balf forfeit; free for all horses that never won a wine over $HO; mile heats; best In 3, wagon and driver weigl inpt .'00 pound!'. Iv'o. IX PuVse of 9200; inside stake ifltsi.' I alt torn it; fr>e for nil horses that never won a purse oecr 9100; mile heats; beat in ft, iu harness. No. 14. Same a? No. IX to wagon. No. 16. Purse of 9390; inside stake f I'M1 |, nil forfeit; free for all horse* that uever won ? purre over 9*00; milk liaats; hcrt 3 in 0, to wagon. No. 10. Shine as No. lft, in harness. No. 17 Snmo as No. lft, nnder sad dle. No. IF. l'u rue >1 $1'50; luslde stake 91(91; balf forfeit; free for all horse*; mile hcut?; best 3 In ft, wagon and driver weighing pounds. No. I!'. Saiue as No. 18, two mile bents. No. 20. Purse ol $100; inside stake 990; half forfeit; free for all pacer; that never won a purse over 9200; mile h< ats; best Mu ft, lu harness N. 11. ?The gray horse known a* the Depew Colt, ami the Prinee Colt, cxcentcd in all the above purses and stakes from No. 1 to No. 12 inclusive, and Highland Maid excepted in all. l.iberal parse, will be given to all lirst class- trotter* and pacers, by due notice being given to the proprietors, with three or more to make % race. The above purses and stakes to come oil' in the uiouthe of April and Hay; three or more to make a "race, and two to start. To close at Falkland A Duryee's, corner of East Broadway and Catherine street, on the lMth day of March, at 10 o'clock P. M. JOHN 1. SNEIJIKEIl, Proprietor. THE MIJL.ITAKY. MONROE GUARD, ATTENTION.? THE FIRST AN nual ball of the Monroe Guard will bo held at tha City Assembly Rooms, No. 490 llroad way, this (Thursday) even ing, March nth. Tickets for sale at all the principal hotel# in the city. REWARDS. (hOAA REWARD.? LOST. ON FRIDAY, DECEMBER ifijUU 9, lbft3, one leather trunk, marked "I de Avesta ran," on a brass plate. It was miscarried in going to the steamer Black Warrior. The above reward will be paid o& delivery of the trunk and its contents at tha offioe of tb? New York Hotel. Mobile papers plcaae copy. REWARD.? THE SUBCRIRER WILL PAT THB ?tJU above reward for the rccuvery uf a double mahogany Violin ease, containing a light yellow colored old violla, marked inside "Jacobus Stcincr," (varniah maoh worn off the top.) bow, strings, Ac., taken on the night of Mou.lv last. Forty Ave dollar* will be paid for the recovery of tho violin alone. No questions asked. JOSEPH BURKE, 88 Prince street. 4QC REWARD.? GOLD WATCH, WITH CHAIN ANI> <| )?*J key attached, lent March ti. in paaaing from Siitli avenue care up Chamber* street to Stewart's, Beck's. Hearne'a, and Canal street. The above reward will be paid for ita recovery, at 66 Weat Twentieth etrect. dfcOC REWARD.? LOST, ON TUESDAY, MARCH 7, ip&tj 'at 6 P. M., on tho corner of Stanton and. All**, streets, by the undersigned", while engaged In arresting a prisoner, a plain gold patent lever watch, white faoe, an! ?teel handi. Any information respecting it will be thank fully received, and the above reward will be paid for ita re covery, by William liyiLee, Police Officer, atation bona* 48 Sixth street. BdbOA REWARD.? LOST, SOMEWHERE ABOVB Fourth street, a watch aeal, haviug a figure of OaWysaede cut upon tha itoue. The above reward will b? Ud on the return of the same to ti. C\, at the Continental ank, 12 Wall street. dfl f| REWARD.? LOST, A SMALL BLACK AND TAN ?P1U dog, about one year old, with a collar around kisneuk with a small padlock attached The finder will receive tha above reward on leaving htm at Cheater Driggi'a, corner et Broadway and Amity street. d?"l Al REWARD. ? STRAYED FROM HOME. A SMALL ?|>A " black and tan torrier slut, crossed with King Charlea, long ears and bushy tail; anawera to the name of Fancy. Any perron returning her to U6 East Twenty ninth atreet. or 1 i ront street, wll receive the akovo reward. dfcC REWARD? LOST, ON THURSDAY EVENINOy Vt/ Maroh 34, In Twenty eighth street, near Femrth ave nue, a lady's atone martin tippet. The finder will reoetvo tlie above reward bj leaving it at No. 88 East Tweaty -eight ?treat. LOST AND FOUND. . Lost? a piece or black cloth, no. 47708, yard*. A suitable reward will be given to tha fiadec at JO Exchange place, up stair*. Lost.? a yictorineofmink fur was lost on Wednesday morning, in Broome straat. north aide. I e tween Green and Sullivan street*. The finder will be u'.? rally rewarded on sending it to 478 Broome street. LOST-AT RABINEAU'S SALOON, IN CHAMBERS street, or between there and the corner of Broad way aad John street, a roll of bank bllle, amounting to 9HB, and ? check on the Eighth Avenue Bank, drawn by Wansaaker Jk Brothers, to William H. Pnrdy, tor 916 40 100, and payable on the 22d of March. The tinder will be liberally rewarded on leaving the same at Rablnean'e saloon, a* above, or at30i Seventh avenue. Lost and caution.? was lost in washing ton city, on the 2bth of Febrnary, coupon bond No 41 of the Ohio and Pennsylvania Railroad Company. All per sons are cautioned against purchasing the same, aad ar? hereby notified that a suitable reward will ba paid for Ita return at the banking bouae of Chabb Brothers, Washing ton City, D. C. Lost or mislaid-a trunk, marked l. m. Lewis and W. E. Roscoe, from the steamer Jamas Adger. Asnitable remard will be given by applyiag at the Mer chants' Hotel. THE TRADER, AC. A CIVIL ENC.INEER W1SAES AN ENGAGEMENT, either in office or held work. Address, for three days, C. A. L., Herald office. COPPER REFINER WANTED.? A MAN THOROUGH ly competent to refine copper can obtain a permanent situation by addressing boa No. 4M Boston Pest Office. CARRIAGE PAINTER WANTED. ? INQUIRE AT NOST. 44 and A6 Nineteenth street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues. A good secondhand carriage tot sale, at Miles'* livery stables. NEW YORK LITHOGRAPHIC PRINTERS' UNION ? To prevent imposition, we beg to state that the report so widely circulated that we havo started a co operative establishment in this city in connection with the Union, Is lalae; and further, that members of the Union are oaly In terested hi those establishments fn which they are reepe? tively employed. By order of the Union. J. MAHONY, R. SHEPPARD, WM. FINCH. PIANOFORTE MAKERS' UNION ? A MEETING WILL be held on Fridny evening, the 10th Inst., at Uildebraad'a, lbO Hester street, at 1% o'clock. Pianoforte makers are re quested to attend E. L. TAYLOR, President. R. Thomson, Secretary. TO BAKERS ? WANTED, A FI RST-RATE WORKMAN, to take charge of bread. None but a steady, sober ma? need apply. Address Baker, Herald office. w ANTED? A STEREOTYPE FINISHER. APPLY TO C. W. Morse, 142 Nassau street, sixth story. "WTANTEJ) IMMEDIATELY? A BLACKSMITH THAT TV understands wagon and csrt work, and two boys; those who have been some time at the business preferred. Inquire of Michael Mullone, Warren street, Jersey city. "TITAN TED ? AN ACTIVE AND EXPERIENCED FORE TV man, to take charge of a paint manufactory. Nona bat those perfectly acquainted with tbe manufacturing of painta aad colors need apply. To such a one a fine situation will b* riven Call at VoEast Thirty first street, between 7 aad ? A. M., and 0 and VP. M. dry goods, KQ? BROADWAY? MANUFACTURERS' DEPOT OF Ui7U Brussels and Chantilly laees. An assortment of remnants, running from to 3 and ]W yards ef the follow ing I aces? Brussels point. Chantilly, Valenciennes aaf Gui pure, to be sold at low p,riees. IMPORTED WOVE CORSETS ?LADIES ABOUT OET tlng new spring dresses should first procure a pair of those elegant fitting French and English wove eorects, so aniver rally admired, and sold at half the usual price, at Mrs, GAYNOR'8, 4A Third avenue, near Tenth street. RECEIVED PER LATE ARRIVALS? NEW AND very beautiful styles of silks, bareges. Ad saous da lainea, to which we aolicit an early luspsotlon: also Point li'AUencon, Guipure, llouiton, Brussels and Valenciennes ? lace, Paris euibrstdcries, Ao. A. KERR A CO., 797 Broadway TO THE LADIES ? OPENING OF SPRING FASHIONS. ? lira. It. F. Farnsworth, faahlonable dressmaker and Im porter of fashions. No. .127 Broadway, opposite the Broad way theatre, would respectfully announce to her patron# her first opening of spring fashions for 1W>4 on Thursday, March 16, on which occasion her show rooms wHl be open for exM) ition and sale of tissue patterns, fashion books, plates, mc dels, Ac., all of her own importation and design. Com plete sets of tissue patterni furnished In the trade, S>> pej set. Orders from dressmakers through ut the country respectfully solicited. N. H ? The 'London World of Fashion,'' put llahed monthly, and embellished with flqlored plates of fail ions, will tie furnished to the trade at ocf 1 1 Mrs B. F. Farnsworth, :&7 Itroadwsy. annum, jm^abls In advance All orders must be directed t< WET COt NTERPANES, TABLE LINENS, LINENS linen sheetings and toilet covers, r-iinnh"! ? Kxtraop dinary bargains ? Elegant large sise I.an. astor counterpane* oaly Ms. a niece; splendid pstterns Marseilles do., only $X worth Sfi: double dsmask table linen, 2 yards wide, only tm a yard; elegant snowdrop do., do., 2 yards wide, fie. td.i a4 0S., worth ti . heavy linen ahneting, 2)4 yards w<da, oatl fs a yard , laiye sfse French toilet covers, Ss. fid. aad 4e apiece; gents linen haodkmhiefs. Is. fid. apiece, snowdrop linen narkins, large sise, 12a a doitn; fringed doilies. As. ? dosen; ahirtlnga, sheetings towels, Ac., Ac., by the pteee, at wholesale rrtees, at 0. C, BL'RDETT'ij cheap wholesale a*A jttaji tfj rtm, m QrM itmt,