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*?? March 38, tt U>? Church of ths TraMSgu.
artfco, bj thl Rev George H Houton, William II. Omt WM to Miss Matilda O. Dunham, only daughter of Wil luBuiUo, Esq., all of this city. k0t Saturday evrntag March 26, by the Rot. James Mttlett, at hla realdenee 300 Broome utrwt, Mr. Abtock I"* lOO to Miits luian M?'M UMM IURH, ail of this city. 9n Monday evening, March 27, l>y Nlthaa C. RJy, ftj I MMDtf the !Se\eiite?iith Vlld. Mr. DlTB C PtiUrta | V Mtos Miriaw F. Fount, all of tl.?? city Died, Ik Brooklyn, on Sunday, March 2?th, Kats A., wife of X Edward Jenkins, and only daughter of Cup!. Joseph Wo, in the 24th year of her ace. a MO, in Brooklyn, on Monday. March 27th, Kato Ellw, ?aly child of J. Edward and the late Kate A. Jeukiux, a?d aU months and 12 days. ^fho funeral of mother and child will take place from Mas lftte residence, -70 Jay street, ltrooklyn, this after - mod, at it o'clock. Their remains will bo taken to Ciaenwcod for interment. In S*pringfleld, L. I., on Tuesday , March 28, Vaud JIbMB Hhsbik, aged 27 ytara, 3 mouths and 18 days. ' the relatives of the family and all his acquaintance!! Ill respectfully invited to attend his funeral lrom the Mahtencc of his father, John D. Iligbie, Springfield, L. I. West Milford, N. J., papers please copy. , On Monday evening. March 27, in Brooklyn. Ann Fab MB, the beloved wife of John Farren, in the 30th year of her age. The friends of the family are respectfully invited to at tend her funeral, from her la to residence, No. 101 _ Smith street, between Dean and Fergen streets, Brook - to morrow afternoon, at 1 o'clock, where there will M ample conveyance provided for all the friends of the fcadlj. On Monday, March 27, in Brooklyn, suddenly of ery sipelas, Matiida J., wife of Charles II. Mill*, and eldest laughter of John l.owe, in the 29th year of her age. The relatives and friends of the family are solicited to Attend the funeral, from her late residence, No. 244 Bchermerhorn street, to morrow afternoon, at 2 o'clock, witlkut farther invitation. Snddenly on Tuesday morning March 28, of apoplexy, Mr. Thomas Calhopk. in the 42d year of his age. His funeral will tako place from the residence of his ?Bother- in law, .1&0 Norfolk street, on Thursday after moon, at 1 o'clock. The friends and acquuinta Joe.s are ?esreet fully invited to attend. On Tuesday, March 28, Mrs. Mary A*** Dodl*y, wife ?f kills W. I udley, aged 40 years. Her friends, al.-o the members of the Methodist church ?or tier of MeUiten and Catharine streets, aro respectfully Invited to attend her funeral, on Thursday, at half-past I o'clock, from her late residoncs, 398 Pearl street. Charleston papers please copy. On Tuesday morning, of typhus fever. A. P. enj?;r of the Grm of Culbcit & Haring, in the 40th year of bis ?ge The relatives, friends, and members of the McDougal ' street Baptist church are respectfully invited to attend hla funeral from hi a late residence. No. 230 West Twenty seventh street, on Wednesday, 29th inst., at 1 o'clock. His remains will be taken to Greenwood for interment. In Brooklyn, March 28, of croup, Robkrt Gii.lon, son of . Francis and Ann Gillon, aged 1 year and 9 months. The funeral will take | laco from the residence of his fcther this afternoon, March 29, at 4 P. M. In this city, on Sunday last, March 20, after a brief ill e*s, Mrs. M/hy EutAOnB Tiijord, wife of John II. Til tord. c " She has gone to the grave as tenderly loved As any that ever from earth were icmoved; And when the last call to us shall be given, O may we be ready to meet her in Heaven." Mewburg r?pers please copy. On Tuesday morning, at 1 o'clock, Wm. GlLUKHB, aged M j irears, of con<umptien. The friends of the family, and of his brother-in law, Hm. n. I ronis, are invited to attend his funeral, from 68 Stanton street, on Wednesday afternoon, March 29, at 3 ?'clock P. M. At Jersey City, on the 27th inst., after a short illness, Cfcpt. Join IMckinson, commander of steamship James Adgcr, aged 82 years, 4 moutlia and 15 days, Master Mason of Masonic Order, and member of Lafayette Lodge No. 18, X. 0. of O. F., of Philadelphia. The friends of the family and members of the Masonic Older and I. 0. of O. F., are respectfully invited to at tend his funeral, on Thursday, tho 30th inst., at U ?'dock A. M., from his late residence, Montgoineiy street, near Henderson street, Jersey city. Philadelphia and Charleston papers please copy. At Jersey City. March 28, Nokma.n A. Wilus, son of Ira mud Julia Willis. The relatives and friends of the family are invited to Attend his funeral, which will take place on the 2<Jth last., at 4 o'clock, from the residence of his parents, No. 38 South First sti eet, Jersey City. On the 28th Inst., suddenly, of inflammation on the langs, MaBSUBOI ECKYCE, enly daughter of Samuel J. ntid Madelene Whetinore Seaman, ageil 1 month and 14 days. Her ri mains will lie interred in Greenwood. At Jacksonville, Fa., en the 20th inst., Harrjbok Johks, merchant, of this city, in the 3tith year of his age. His relatives and friends aro respectfully invited to at tend his funeral, from hit late residence, No. 40 Might Street, en lliursday afternoon, S?0th inst., at 2 o'clock, without further noticc. Hew Mourning Goods. ? Bartholomew & VIED hare received their spring importations of mourn ing goods, consisting in part of 100 piecee Lupin's auperfino hombaiints. M) do. do. t>-4 do laines, 75 tin. do. Canton cloth, SB do. do Tumese cloth, 20 do. do. raohair luptroa. 19 do. do. hsrpocra, SO do. do. challiea. 500 do. super Kugliah crapes, 3S0 do. do. Canton crapos, 5,000 yard a Frenob jaconcts, li. 6d. per ysrd;5,000yardi< French lawns, la. pcryard; 6,010 Frcnch 'jaconets, from la. Od. to 4a. pcryard; 10,000 yardi beautiful gingham), 6 caaea English print", 1 oase French d i., 101 pieces Lupin's 4 4, 5 4, G-4, 8 4 black bareges, 200 do. elegant aflks, from 6* to $5 per yard; 100 do black silk", 0*. to |5 p<r yard ; 1,001) dre.ssc* elegant Foulard silkl, 50 pieces Foulard plaids and stripes, 50 do. lavender ba reges, 100 do. aecond mourning 'tissues, 50 do. figured gro ??dines, 150 I lack and white detainee, embroideries, gloves, shawls, bonnet), mantillas, Ae., Ac., .to., comprising tho nest extensive i. nsortuient of mourning goods ever offered to the public, which we oiler at the loveat possiblo prices. Re Dember our store is at 661 Broadway, between 8t. Nicholas Ud Metropolitan llotela. New mourning store. BARTHOLOMEW * WEED.. Removal.? ml tli & Lounsbnry would re_ ?peetfully inform tteir friends and the pnblio that they Save changed their basinets location, late No. 41'J Poarl met, to No. 4?6 Broadway, (.me door below Grand (-treat.) l*ey are now prepared to exhibit their new spring styles, ??nsbting of mosaic, velvot, tiwpsstry, Brussels, three ply as4 Ingrain carpetinga, English and American floor oil sloth, and all other gooda pertaining to the trade. ttnw Goods? We nave now In Store and Mseeastantly finishing one of the largest stocks of men's, III 'a, and children's straw hats, and ladies' and missea bon ?Ms ever offered in this city, comprising every variety and frie*. We beg also to state that every article offered is tmity ear own manufacture, enabling us to name low prices apt giving facilities for the constant issue of new styles, 'tt* hatters In the city and country would find it to their ?>llllsis to call. Bonnets sold only by the case. A. LELAND k CO.. 171 Pearl street. Gaiter Boot*, Spring Style.? Cantrcll, of Mo. 3S4 Bowery, has a very superior assortment of ladies' (alter boots, manufactured expresely for the spring season, and those who wish to encase their feet ln very elegant cov erings should not fail to patronise bis establishment. His ?barges are very low. those for very neat and durable gaiters feeing only twelve and fourteen shillings per pair. Call and nahe an inspection of gaiters, slippers, ties, buskins, fc. Wboevrr wears Green's Shirts may be said to ha continually going out of one fit into another, for in an en tire set aot one miant will he found. ITence his atore, No. I Aster House, is thronged with men of fashiou, and orders pour in upon him in a constant and not unweleome tide. Window Shade Manufacturer*? Lace Car* tains, cornices, Ac. ? KEJ.TY A FERGUSON are the most extensive window abade manufacturers in the States, and have at their warerooma, Nos. 2&9>a Broadway and 51 Reads street, an immense stock, which they are offering at a very small advance on the cost of manufacturing. Also a large stork of lace curtains, gilt cornices, damask, Ao., sell lag off at auction prices. All kinds of shades made to order. A choice lot of gold border shades on band for city trade, ?heap. Ladles' Dresses made on Scientific principles, and latest Pariiian fashions, at from S2 50 to %'> each, at NEWMAN'S ladies' ami children's outfitting establishment, Mo. 705 Broadway, between Eighth and Ninth streeta. The Rational Police Gazette of this Week wMl le an unusually rich and spirited nnmher. Get a copy ?? Thursday morning or you will he disappointed. OIRi o Me. 21 Ann street. KOs8 A JONES, wholesale agents, for sole everywhere. The Great Sale off French and English engravings at the American Art Union, 497 Broadway, will positively close on Friday, March 31. All the prints will bo Mid at private eale only, and at greatly reduced prices, to ?lose tho invoice. Defiance Salamander Safes? -Robert M. PATRICK is the sole monufnetnrer in the United States of tfce above celebrated safes, and F. I', liotliin'e impenetrable ^stance leeks and cross bars, the beat safes and locks com Mued In the world. Depot No. 192 Pearl street, one door totew Maiden lane, formerly 90 John street. Kleftant Silver Plated Goods, Warranted best silvtr plate, at the following low prices perdoscn: ? Tea spoons. tl 10; rt do., f2 50; tablespoons, S3 50; dessert fcrkr, f3 75; table forks, ?4 75; silver door plates, 100 differ Mt patterns. E V ERLEI.L, 302 Broadway, corner of Duone street. __ Rum at Wholesale or Retail, off the Latest ?Met aa<l most improved makers, including T. Gilbert A Co.'s World's Fair premium pianos, with or without the holloa, with Iron frames and circular scales; Itallet A Cnm stas i pis n os (of tho old established firm of Ifallet A Co.); SJlhert's boudoir pianos; Horace Waters' pianos: and a iG*e variety of pianos of ether makea, at prices which defy ??mpvtltion. Second hand pianos from 1 75 to |160. HORACE WATERS, 333 Broadway. Pianos and Mclodron*; ? Firth, Pond Ce.'s wide scale extra pedal pianofortes, and Carhart's pa tent Ansonia melodeons, warranted to stand any climate; Jacobs' superior scoordcons and flutinas. Pianos, melo 4eeas, aeevrdevsi, serapbines, concertina*. Ac tuned and repaired. I?. A J. f ACOHS, 407 Broadway. ?elsdeona. ? The Ijargest Assortment off Me in the city at 3S3 Broadway, Including the eiclusivs ra?y for Goodman A Baldwin's patent organ medoleons. D. A II. W. Smith's do., the only makes tuned In the equal ament. Large discounts to the trade. Dealers wish purchase any muMo published in the United States, ?lake arrangements for continued supplies of any new ii ill find it to their advantage to oall or forward their HORACE WATERS. Rents In thN City nro K norm on*? 1 he ?ptMoU-$i:,for a roimtry rcMdcnce? only a few *!ty? l?ft *? seerre it- ilnn't all go at once, bnt ho snro and go noon, ?r jeu will be tot lat*. A f?w share! only left for lots in tt>? beautiful village of Ro-.ova'e, adjoining on tho m.rth ifcerplenilld I. like Itonknnkoma larins, which aro selling ?t l*e? SIOO to til 0 per acr<? $15, pnyahlo In instalments, w.ll Scnie four I nlldlng lots, 25 by IIO feet, or f? farm from twe t? lw< nty acres These who wish to get rid of paying their enorirt us rci.ts in this city, ?u<1 own * ileli.thtf.il ro-iiienco should apply immediately la CJIA3. HOOD, 110.1 lirovlway. Sewing Mndilrifi^.* Set. off Iloston Conipl l<tom aro eedearoring to in.luro o?r bo"lne?s and t i ilis cpsSN ti e inojjstrton" titiaen* nt New York. Bat .v? not ?aly rtake and tell the best sowing niaol I net, but w ^ own Wmi eldest patent, ai d icviral of tho nwnr Importiut sawing ?loeiiruo patents Vt e have eom-.-sa* J o.ionsivo op u't flsii.ii .tyslntt i nr an- nle.i, and will d.;raonstrf#? to lliet.l udl'Un public that in mwing mach.no worth using c. n ilS('< slthout InfriiiKl.ig upon our oxclu Iverit^ts. <nl Mat our rights eannbt he violated with impunity. Tf # !??lrg ir.^tiires a i t, twhl h thoro Is no eunfrovrrflr arj (Is in iHj. S4 f ingle I'.Kaiiod mae^ iuc, Sold I v us only. i I M. Mljt.KH ACO .No. S28fllosdiray. j ADVmmSHBfre iejiwkb every DAT. A waits. <l>10 A MONTH ? WANTKD, A FARMER AND GAR- ] VliJ dcner; a singU man and one who la capable ef talk ing charge of a 1111*11 farm and wor\iug the ?? mo , way ap ^y.to John Dnn. m?nil, 12 Warren street. A YOUNG WOMAN, W1HJ JIA9 < \ flK IF.D ON BOSI A mii as Ininuk r for ?emetine, would go out by I the day. The boat ef <>!??' r. i> reuce < an he given. Apply*! ?>6 Morion street, oorn?l of II ml ton <tr. .it A HIGHLY REgPE'TABI E MIDDLE AOED AMEIU mn wrman. wi?h?e a Uu <*ke?|>n":? place in ??n?k private family. K< lljMlht M <o a -hurt diatanca in the eoontry. ran he aeon for two dajvat Ml V aadaui street, first floor, tack room. A YOUNG I,ADT, W*I<? -PEAKS FRENCH. GERMAN and English, would like to make nn engagement aa ?ln*oDin iu a faney, dry ,<.>o4a. wi,r?l?il or laee atore. She ta tbori uglily acquaints1 with the flower Mslaeas, au with *ml>ruid<rl> a and < npnl le of doin' fane* needle work. The best of i ity references ? in I e given. Please address J. 8., Broadway Offloe. A YOUNO WOMAN WISHES A SITUATION IN A respectable fauiily aa ehasnberaiaid and seamstress or waiter; fhe thoroughly understands her business. and can five the belt of city referomo. Please cull in the dry goode (tore 221 First avenue, between Nineteenth and Twentieth street*, for two days. ARKSPRCTABLC YOUNG WOMAN WISHES A SIT nation to mind children. and to do housework ur plain rewinr. Please call at No. 8 Depoyster afreet, seeond street from Wall, near Front. ATOUNG WOMAN WANTS A SITUATION AS * alter or chambermaid, t in be aeen at No. 200 Woat Twenty sixth :treet, between Ninth and Tenth arannea, for two daya. RESPECT%BLE YOUNG WOMANI WISHES A situation ait eook, and to i; iet in tbo washing and iron ing ; sb< nnd< i stands all kinds ? f pastry. Has ne objection to go in tbo country. Has good city reference from her lart place. Pleare call at 214 Seventh an nuo, for two daya. A RESPECTABLE PROTESTANT WOMAN WISHES A family a > r a few gentlemen's waahtng. Can give good refcrencea from tho*e whom 5he waakea for at present. Please call or address Mr*. Story, No. 61 Bank street, rear, first floor. A RESPECTABLE PROTESTANT OIRL WISHES A aitnation to do ehambcrwork and, waiting: ia a good washer and ironer of ladioa' ttuo things; haa the beat of reference. Can be aeeafor two daya at her laat employer'*, First street. in the basement. ATOUNG GIRL WISHES A SITUATION AS COOK, cr to do general housework in a small family. Can give gcod referenoe. Inuuire at the oorner of Hioka and Pacific streets, Brooklyn, No. 12, first floor, front room. A YOUNO WOMAN WANTS A SITUATION AS nnrse and scams'ross, wbo la competent of fitting la dies' and children's dresses. Please call at 420 Second ave cue, between Twenty-sixth aud Twenty seventh streets, third floor, froct room. A RESPECTABLE YOUNG woman wants a situa tion aa chambermaid nnd waiter; understands ber luslnes* perfectly well. Good eity referenoe can be given ir required. Pleare call at No. 94 Seventeenth street, be tween Sixth and 8eventh avenues. A RESPECTABLE WOMAN WANTS A SITUATION as nurse and seamstress; has no objoction to dooham bcrwork. Best of eity references can be given. Can bo seen for two days, from 10 to 3 o'elork. Call at 239 Eltiabeth street, third floor. A SITUATION WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE young woman, to do chamb'rwork, and assist in the washing and ironing; she understands plain sowing. Can be seen st 210 Snllivan atreet, in the rear, upper story, front rocm, for two days. A SITUATION WANTED? BY V RESPECTABLE girl, as nurse or chambermaid; is accustomed to the care of children; has no objection to make herself generally useful, fan be highly recommended from her last plaee. Apply at No. 13 City Hall place. A STEADY, RESPECTABLE WOMAN WISHES A situation aa cook, washer aud ironer. Would hare no objection to do general honseworkin a email private family. Can give the best of city references. Can be seen for two days at li7 Fortyth street, basec.ent. A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN WISHES A SIT uation, as chambermaid and waiter, and to aasijt in the washing. Has no objection to go to the country. Good reference can t o given. A good home is the main obloct. Please call at 214 Seventh avenue. Can be seen for two days. A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN WANTS A SI tuition as chambermaid aud plain sowing in a private family, or plain cooking, and assist with the washing and ironing. Can be seen at her last place, No. 145 Macdougal street, for two days. Australia? two young widow ladies would like to go to Australia in somo genteel capacity. ) lease address Mrs. Strong, Broadway Post Office, post patd, for three days, stating when and where an interview tan he bad. A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN WANTS A SIT uation as child's nnrse; fs capable of taking en tire charge of an infant from its birth; has no objection to travel with a family; is very skilful in sickuea*. Can pro duce the Lest of city references from her employers. Please call at 74 Charles street. Avery respectable young woman wants a situation as seamstress, in a private family; is a good drcsnnaker, nnd understands all kinds of family sewing; has no objection to assist in li^ht work. Has the test of city references; lias been accustomed to work for the most res pectable families In the city. Can be seen for two days at 74 I Charles street. A YOUNG GIRL, OF UNEXCEPTIONABLE RF.FF.R ence, wishes a situation, in a respectable fatally, aa chambermaid and to assist in the washing and ironing, or a< nuree and aeamatrccs: she undrrstanda tine sewing. Ploase eall at 3C8 F.ast Twelfth atreet, between First avenue and avenue A, third floor. A RESPECTABLE OIRL WANTS A SITUATION; IS a good cook, warhcr and ironer, and is well recom mended from her last place. Wazea not ao much an object as a comfortable l.ome. Apply at No. 2 Pearl street, first floor. A YOUNO MARRIED WOMAN, THAT LOST HER first baby, wishes a aitnation aa wet nurse-wlth a re-'peo table fami'y. The best of eity reference can M given. Can be seen for two days, if not engaged, at 118 Mott street, np stairs. A SITUATION WANTED? BY A RESPBCTABLE American girl, as chambermaid, in a hotel; or as child's nurse, and to wait on a gentleman and lady going; to Califor nia. Please call at 111 Chrystie street. A COMPETENT DRESSMAKER WISHES TO WORK out by the day; she can give satisfaction in cutting and fitting ladies' dresses. Please eall at IS West Thir teenth street, third story, front room. RESPECTABLE PROTESTANT WANTS A [81TUA tion as cook, washer and ironer. In a private family. Good city references given. Apply at 242 Sixtli avenue, be tween Fifteenth ana Sixteenth streets. Can be seen for two dsys. A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN WANTS A situation as chambermaid, or to do the general honse work 0!' a private family; is a good waaher and ironer, and understands plain cooking. Best of eity reference can be given. Pease call at 625 Third avenue, first floor, front room. Can be scon for three days, if not engaged. A SITUATION WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE Wi dow without family, aa nurse and seamstress; is parti cularly kind to children; wetldmake herself useful; best of reference fsiv en. Can he seen for three days at 142 First a*enne, between Eighth and Ninth streets. A A PORTER WANTED.? APPLY TO NORTON 3t Biltman, 3?0 Bowery. A MIDDLE AGED MAN, HAVINO BEEN IN THE g rotery, floor, and provision bn*ini-?s since % boy, , wiehcs to engage with some good bouse in thlto city ai sales man ; either of the at ove mentioned would suit the adver tiser. Reference from several wholesale home) in tbla city. , Any firm * iiliiug a good salesman, will please address butt ler. Herald office, for four day*. An active and intelligent young man, eighteen years of age, wishes a situation in a whole i sale or retail groecry or liquor store. Has got a good educa tion, and has mme experience of the business. Up town pre ferred. Good eity relerencegiven, if required. Address L'., | at the bookstand corner of Fulton and Dutoh streets. A' N EXPERIENCED ACCOUNTANT, HAVING SOME leisure, wonld like to make an arrangement with some merchant tailor, furnitnre dealer, or other tradeeman, to ' keep his books: to any one not requiring the whole timo of ? I bookkeeper, yet desirous of having hi* aeceuntn properly kept, this is a first rate opportunity. Address Dulmage, Herald office. ? _____ BOOKKEEPER.-AN EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER Venires an engagement. References satisfactory. Sala rylileral. Address F. B. K.. Herald office. Bookkeeper ? wanted, a first class rook keeper; taking charge of the finances of an extensive stationery establishment. An. pie references a* to charac ter and alility will secure a most favorable position. Ad dress Troy, lftrald office. An aeoomplisbed businessman is inditpensaLle. BOV WANTED.? A SMART, INTELLIGENT LAD wanted to attend m offloe. None need apply but those who write a rood hand and can come well recommended, One who resides with his parents preferred. Apply at No. i New strfet, first floor, front room. CLERK WANTED ? A YOUNG MAN TO ACT AS talesman in a wholesale and retail grocery store.? None seed apply but those welt acquainted with the busi ness. Address F. D. Herald office. Coachman wanted.? a respectable, active n. an, a good driver, capable of taking thn entire ma nagement of horses, and the eire and milking of a cow, | may apply between the hours of 9 and 11) only, at Post's Building, Ilsnover street, first floor. Good recommenda tion* as to character and ability will be required. CIOLORED TOACnMAN WANTED? ONE WHO IS IN J every respect acquainted with the care and treatment of hor*es, strictly temperate, honest, and obliging, can hear of an excellent situation, by addressing box 1,044 Post (100K tIN THE COUNTRY WANTED.? MUST RE J thoroughly competent as cook, willing to assist in washing and Ironing, tnd to take charge of a small dairy, (three cows, milkrd by a man servant.) Should be a Catho lic as are the other servants. Thn place, (ten miles fnm NswTcik,)is very desirable to one wishing a permanent iltuatien. Apply at 173 Second avenue, between the hours if 10 and 13 OB Friday morning. COOK WANTED? IN A PRIVATE FAMILY, ONE WHO ? an wa-h, srd iron well; she must be Fremiti, German or Swiss, ami have good reconunendatlons. Address (Kl Hous tcn ttreet, between i and P. .M. COOK WANTED ? A YOUNG OR MIDDLE-AGED WO man is wanted, either American, German or French, who thoroughly understands plain cooking and is capable and prepcfscesinjr in uppctirauce, to go to one of the pleasantest and healtbiei t of Western cities, three days journey from New York. There nre hul three person t in the family, and a coachman and waiter are kept. Expenses ef journey and high wages will be paid; and ationld perfect satisfaction l>e given and a permanent engnyement bo made, wares will be no otject. Address for two days, Nora, Ilroadway IV t Office. (100 K WANTED ? A < OLORKD COOK. THAT CAN J coire well ro< oimiK miod. Apply b< t re I i oiloik.at M East Sixteenth -.Ireet. DRY GOODS. ? .AN KXI'F.RIRNJ'KD DRY GOOD 4 ra'eprnnn may apply at 272 Urooiro street, befun 10 o 1 1 c< k , A . 11. "["\RVO CI KRK? WANTED, A SITUATION IN A I / w l.el< sale < rug i tore, t y ft young man, wiio has hivl sc \*rpt ye8r*?vl*riencein the retail trade. (Jen give I he very I I t ?rti Auilrei R, etatini; particalais, to J. II. II , Nc. i J 1i ir 4 ?*????. ?LIF.y/I F. VTATTrRS WANT*D.-l:IGHT SMART, IV |i | liigent, had sentnsl ?irl? wanted, to ?et in the above totality. ^ Vf'y #t No- 7 Greenwich rtrect, between 2a?U i P. M. A* ?!'? pretatr*!. Reindicts required. wun. IjVXPEKltNCRD DRESSMAKERS WANTED \T !i Gtma'^Iiaiaar, M3 Broadway, under tho Si. Sleh >la*. C' 1 00D PAHVANT*, -TUB BEbT SERVANTS FOR J Ci>r? kind ?( dumestie work, a* cooks, laiudrtkci, 1 fcirl* foj homework. turati and chambermaid*, also German I and French girls, German farmers, sardener*, waiter*, por > t?rt, and coachmen, can alway* be obtained at UORUIS A , [ CGIINERT'S establishment, 2*7 Broadway, torgur Iteade 1 | street. Nota.? Under tho Irving House. I Having seen an advertisement in ybstkr i day'* Herald fur a cook, waiter, and nurse at prevent. ! it tbe .idvestiier will please to call at liM Twelfth (treat, a I cook will le disengaged, alio a alee young woman that will i be able to till either af tbe other platen. The family they | are with at pretest U Gen W. Scott'*, 12H Twelfth atruet. , Can prodaee tho beat of city references. Pleaee to call for Hannah and Margaret. I HOUSEKEEPER'S SITUATION WANTED? BY A ' most ret pc< table Erpliah widow lady; Mnderstand* tlic management of a dairy. Ploi?o tall at 210 T liked avenue. ? j HOTELS? ADVERTISER HAVING HAD SEVERAL year* experience a* bead waiter, and t>eing capable of i acting a* : neh. in any establishment. i* desirou* of making an i ngagemcnt, having no objection to triwn or country; lie confidently u*sert* thnt hie recommendation* will fully *u|> pcrt hie pretention* in thin respect, and i< a* aure of eivinK r.ifitfacUon si he i* of ineerting thi* advertisement. Direct to II. W., Herald ollice. Milliners wanted-twenty good milliners waited, at 6*7 Uror-dwav: alio, a good dressmaker, to take charge of the maatuamaking department. Seamstress and nurse wanted.-a protest ant woman, who can come woll recommended, to take charge ot a young child and act as *eam*tre*e, can hear of a Brmanent rituation by applying at No. 38 Remsen street, rooklyn Height*. SIIUATION WANTED AS COOK, AND TO ASSIST in tho washing, by a faithful woman; i* in the habit or remaining in the tare of the bon?e if needed. Can give tho lent city referenoe. fan bo seen or heard of, for two dayi, I J addressing B. P , No. 9 Union Court. SITUATION WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE MAN, as coin h mar., ho perfectly understand* the care of horse* and driving. Can glee good city reference. Can bo seen at Walke'* saddle and haruoai store, 758 Broadway, from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. SITUATION WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG woman, who is capable of doing line waahing and ironing, and chamberwork; also understands ulaiu cooking. Bost of city reference given. Please call at 313 Delaneey street, or addrees M. C- Herald office. SITUATION WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE GER man giil. who is tl orougbly acquainted with cooking in all its branches, and competent to act a* housekeeper in a rented German or Amorinan family. The best of city re ference given. Wagus required $3 to $10 per month. Can be teen for two days, at 102 Duane street, near Broadway, up etairs. SITUATION WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNO vw man, a* cook, washer and Ironer, in a small private family; ha* no objection te do general housework or cham berwork, and sewing. Can produoe *ati*faotory referonee from her last place. Please call at 281 Third street, fourth flocr. SERVANTS.? WANTED, AT NO. 4 SANDS STREET. Brooklyn, farmers, gardeners, coachmen, laborers, boys for trades, Ac.; also cook*, chambermaids, general houso workers, Ac. N. B. ? Employer* supplied with efficient and well recommended servants at this office. M. WALLACE. TWO RESPECTABLE GIRLS WANT SITUATIONS? One as cook, washer and ironer. Can haTe best of eity reference from where she lived seven year*. The other as chambermaid and waiter. Can be. seen at 178 West Six teenth street, in the basement. TO CAPTAINS OP VESSELS.? WANTED, BY A RE tractable English person, a situation as stewardess on board a steamer or packet thin sailing to Europe. Can be seen at her present employer's, 17 West Seventeenth street. mo SALESWOMEN AND MILLINERS.? WANTED, AT J. tbe Crystal Palace first priio millinery 111 Canal street, two saleswomen, and one forewoman to take charge of a workroom. They must be possessed of the best abilities, and to such the greatest remuneration will be no object. MRS. CRIPPS. TO PARTIES LEAVING FOR EUROPE THIS SPRING) ?Wanted, a situation as travelling servant, by a Swiss1 familiar with the English, French ana German languages He can furnish the highest testimonial! aa to character ant ability from his employers here and abroad. Apply athil present situation, 745 Broadway. TO DRY GOODS CLERKS.? WANTED, TWO SALES mcn, at the Dry Good* Emporium 13.1 Spring stroet, near Broadway. Also, a lad to learn the business. WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG MARRIED woman, with a fresh breast of milk, a child to wet nurse at her own residence. Tbe heat of city references Iiven. Call at Mrs. Roilly's, 390 Madisou street, third floor, ront room. WANTED? A YQUNG LADY, WIIO IS CAPABLE OF taking charge of a millinery warcroom and acting as saleswoman. None but those having the above qaalittcatloB* need apply, at F. N. Fennelly's, Ilk) Fulton avenue, Brook lyn. Salary no objcct. WANTED? A SITUATION AS LADIES' WAITING maid, by a yonng, intelligent and goud looking American girl, or would take charge of a young cliild; isfully compe tent for either situation, and trustworthy. Referonen, her present employer, at the Clifford House, Park place, room No. 17. TIT" ANTED? A FRENCH OR SWISS PROTESTANT, AS TT seamstress or lady's maid. Apply before 12, or at 4 o'clock, at No. 220 Fifth avenue, near West Twenty-seventh street. The best recemmenilationi required. WANTED-A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE young man, as < oachuian and groom; no objection* to fro a short distance in the country. Afply to H. Cummin*, (.ardener, corner of Thirty-ninth street and Madison av. TXTANTED-BY A PROTESTANT TOUNG WOMAN. A TT situation as seamstress. Can comu well recommended from the last family in which she lived. Can be ii*i\ any time during the day until Friday noun, at 1CJ East Twenty - ?evtnth street. WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE your.g woman, ? good plain took; If an excellent wtlker anil ironor. Please call at No. IB Prince street, in the basement. Good eity reference. TITAN TED? BY A RESPECTABLE WOMAN, A SITU v T ation In a private family to cook, wu ih, and iron, or aa cook in a private boarding home. Can be icon for two days at 174 CbamLera street, flrtt floor. WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE GIRL, A SITUA tion to do general housework ; is a good washer and ironer, andean five good city reference. Call at No. 36 Broome street, third floor, back room, for two days. WANTED-BY A YOITNG WOMAN, A SITUATION ai chambermaid, and to do One washing and ironing, or a* laundress. Sbe perfectly understands her buslnes*. Can produce the belt of eity reference. I'lcase call at 127 Wavtrley place. WANTED-A SITUATION, FOR A VERY GENTEEL girl, as chambermaid and seamstress. Apply at the house of her present employer*, 3fr7 Fourth avenue, corner of Twenty -eighth streets. WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN, a situation in a small private family. Is a good plain rook; can wash and iron. Can be seen for two days, at 130 First avenue, top floor. WANTED-TO GO TO STATEN ISLAND. A COOK tbat can wash and iron. Also, a wuiUr. Both mu-t understand their business and come well recommended. Apply, between 12 and 1 o'clock, on Wednesday, atC. Rub bins', 75 Maiden lane. WANTED- WASHING, BY AN EXCELENT LVUN dress, who thoroughly understands her busiuoss in nil its branches. Shirts done in the neatest manner; also, lint ting and plaiting. Can give the best of city references as to capability and character. Please call, or send a note to A. Gray, 79 West Twenty-eighth street, between Sixth and Seventh avennes. WANTED? A SITUATION AS (*)OK, BY A YOUNG woman, who has good city references. No objection to go to the country. Please apply at the grocery store of A. R. Packard, 617 Broadway. WANTED? TO GO A SHORT DISTANCE IN THE country, by a private family, a good cook. Inquire at 30 Fine street, on Wednesday, at 10 o'clock, with certificate of character. WANTED-A SITUATION. BY A RESPECTABLE yvnng woman, as cook. Has good reference from her last place in Brooklyn. Apply at 430 Fourth avenue, be tween Thirtieth and Thirty-first streets. WANTED? A COOD RESPECTABLE COOK; ONE wbo perfectly understands her business, and who is cleanly and iadnsttlous. Good references required. Apply at 58 Seventh avenue, oorner of Fifteenth street, between the hours of 10 and 3. WANTED? SITUATIONS, BY TWO RESPECTABLE yonng women; one as cook, washer and ironer; the other as chambermaid and waiter. The bent of eity refer ence given. Please apply at 52 Prince street, between Mul berry and Marion. WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN, a situation to do chatnborwork, waabing and ironing, or housework. Has no objection to go a short distance in the country. The beat of city reference ran be given. Please call at 106 West .Nineteenth street, for two days. WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE girl, as cook, washer and ironer in a small private fam ily. She has good city reference. Can be seen for two days at the corner < f Van Brunt and President streets, South Brooklyn. TIT A NTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE vv young woman, to do ehamberwork, or to assist in wash ing or waiting. The best of city reference given. Please eall at .'42 ft est Twcnl> ninth street. WANTF.D? A SITUATION. BY A RESPECTABLE yonng woman, as chambermaid and wetter. Hood city reference (riven. Apply for two days, at No. 22S Varick street, second floor, front room. TIT ANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE TT young woman, as drat rate cook, has no objection to go as laundress, or to do the cosr io washing. Bestof ei'y reference given. Pleas* eall at 123 Twenty first street, eor ner of Seventh avenue. "I1TANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE VT jouni$ woman, as cook; nnderttaiids French rooking, ? vstcrs. Jellies, pastry and cakes. Best of city reft renew. I l? a so i all at .111 Twenty seventh street, between Teutli and Eleventh avenue*, for two days. ?or ANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE PROTESTANT TT girl, a sitnation to cook, wash, and iron. No nnlec tl< n to tske a laundress's plnco. or to go a short dlstaneo in ti e country, in a prlvato family. Bet of city roferen* from her last place. Can le seen fur tno days at Nt>. Centres* street, corner of King. WANTED-A SITUATION IN A PRIVATE FAMILY, TT by a tidy, active girl, who understand* co.jkiii't. washlnf, Ironing, and baking Good city rrf- rcnee c,tii t e riven, i'lrase <ailat7U Third avenno, between Eleventh and T weltth (treats. WANTED? A SITUATION, BY AN EXPBRIKVf ED co< it, who can pn die n nood eity referent* ||?.. n objection to go a si. . rt distance In th* country rims,. . - 11 ft <ii Kt nrth avenue. Can le seen fur tv.o tiny*. "II 7" 4 M ED? A N EXPERIENCED AND FIRST R 4TE T? cook, one Who th<TV' nri ly nndcr tand' r Lu ii., noetb. r nerd af ply, at 125 H c t F. urt< i nth street. "IVTAHTTD? A PROTEST^!!?1 womaH, a.; nurm: TT t.ot ottr tliriv I've jrars e| ?..c aB,| h.-.tiu- 'dtv nfi r< i ? fl. A i ply ut C,7rt BroMwaj , l,< tncen the hoars ol st d 12 o'< Joe k. tlfAMED-A BTEABY WOMAN, TO < ()Oi\, M A*r TV at d Ire II. fi r a fuim'y ot two ..as, matt l? a in i rati ett k. Aj'i y si ':! White street. AI,' AK M. P A TCDNQ WO?> *v. TO DO TlfW. WAIT VV Inn nuit 1 1 e ve* Inpof a rmall (? r. ily. f>?e t-'iTcu, i, ly coir I '.tent II. i ?? t , m a, >11 Ommctnlc I epjply at No HI " . < I' ci.ty trit. sir, t |. i. J, . , - elev C? tenth a?crin WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A UIRL, TO DO plain ?e*in? and to take eiri of rhildrea. IIu jtetivn tc do tho housework of * private family. PUasfft fiui at 42 Hitrj street. room Mo. 9. WANTED? BV A RESPECTABLE YODNO WOMAN, a (ituation is -ood plain cook or a* laundress; is a (tord wather and Ironer. Good ritjr reforenco If required. Can to iron at S? Twenty sixth street, near Ninth a\ enue, top floor, front rocm. WANTEE-A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE prudent woman, aa ehautharmaid and nurae. The be?t of city reference, Please caW at No. 7 Christy street. prudent woman, aa ebauibarinaid and naroe Ulty - ~ ----- in the rear WANTED-A GOOD COLORED WOMAN, AS COOK, who understands her business. None other need ap ply: mort give good recommendation. Good wanes riven. .. min tbc cottage on the Third avenue, between rifty and Fifty niuth Hreets. WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE young woman, to do general housework, in a small irivfternn.il}. Apply at 77 Crosby straw, in the rear, fur ,,ro iay WANTED-BY A PROTESTANT YOUNG MAN, A 1 situation ae 'porter in a carpet afore. Can coute well recommended, la tolly conversant (from long experience) witb the tuiir.cas; ii strong, active, and a good murker. Ap ply to J. M. 9., Churchman office, Trinitj Building, for three daya. WANTED-BY TWO RESPECTABLE YOUNG WO nun, situations ; one to go aa cook, and tho other to do chamberwork and assist in the washing and ironing. Both have tho belt of city reference from the samo place. Apply at 212 Seventh atreet, front room, Brat tloor. I WANTED-A SITUATION, BY AN AMERICAN GIRL, to do charabi rwerk and acwing, or cbaiuliorwork ana* i waahing and ironing. Can aire th? beat of city reference. Can be acen for two days , at 20W East > ineteenth atreet, one 1 door weat of Firat avenue, second floor, front room. WANTED-A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE Protcatant young woman, aa cook, waaher and ironer, or to co general homework in a araall resectable private family. Can give the beat of city referonce. lias no gbjee tion to go a abort diatance in the country. Pleaao call at 377 Ninth avenue, in the rear. WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE Proteatnnt woman, aa launuroaa in a private family, who perfectly underataada doing up line linen; can give Eood city references. Enquire at 159 Twenty-seventh atreet etween Seventh and Eighth avenues, third floor. WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE young woman, aa plain cook, waaher and ironer. or to do general housework. or to do chamhrrwork and to take care of children; good city referonce. Can be aeon for two days at No. Ill Tweuty-nlth street, between Sixth and .Seventh avenues. WANTED-A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE young woman, as good cook, waaber and ironer. Beat of city reference* can be givon. Call at 103 Greene street. WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN, a lituation, to do ehamherwork and stwing; aho under stands her butiuesi perfectly; has no objection to take caro of a liaby. Beat of city ro/ereneef. Can be acen for two day*, fit arc call at 212 West Twenty fifth itroet. WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN, a aitnation aa nurao and seamstress: has good city recommendations. Pleste apply for two days at 138 Weat Thirty-second atreet, between Seventh and Eighth avenue*. WANTED? A WET NURSE ? SHE MUST BE HEAL thy, kind and obliging, and have the beat of city refer ence. Apply I etween the hours of 10 and 5 o'clock, at 7 > Bleeckcr atrtet, corner of Hroadway. WANTED? BY A LITTLE UIRL, FROM TWELVE TO fourteen years of age. a situation to take eare of chil dren and do light work. Please call at 128 Varlok atreet, in the laaemont. WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE young woman, as chambermaid and to assist in wash ing and ironing, or aa waiter. Best of city reference given. Can bo cecn for two daya at AO Columbia atreet, near State, Brooklyn. WANTED-A COOK, SEAMSTRE39, LAUNDRE.SS, nurae, and waiter; all must bo well recommonded. Apply at 109 Weat Twenty-fourth streot. WANTED? A SITUATION. AS FIRST RATE LAUN dress, in a private family or hotel. Respectable city reference*. Can l o teen for two daya at 143 Weat Broadway, third atory. Inquire for Mary Brlckly. WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN, a lituation aa chatnbermuld and m amstreis, or to do line washing und ironing Be>t of city rot'erooce cun be given. Cun he iecn at No. 3 Milll^an place, between Amos and Eleventh streets, in Sixth avennc, for two days. WET NURSE WANTED? A RESPECTABLE WOMAN with fa good l.rcct of milk, for a child ten months old. Mult be 'perfectly healthy, and bring the beat of city reference. Apply at 64 East Twenty-ninth street. ANTED-A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE young woman, to do chamberwork and *? -win t in a privi. to family. Can to seen for two days at 71 licekman street, third floor, buok room. WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE WOMAN. A SITU ation to do general housework in ft privat.i family. Can be rccn at her present . ituation, 3b7 Grand stroet. any time this day. Wednesday. Her present employer! are her rolcrcnce. Fleas* call it the etoro door. WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE WOMAN, A 31TUA tlon to tako care of a baby and do plain sewing; would make berseU generally usuful. She has no friends in thia country, anil a rtea#v homo ia more nu object than wn.-ca. Plcaie call at 117 West Twentieth street. Can bo socu until suited . WANTED-A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE young woman, as cook and to naslst in the washing and ironing; heit of city reference from her last plaoo, where she has lived two years aud a half. Apply at 43 Rivington atreet, rear building, front room, for two days. WANTED-A SITUATION. BY A RESPECTABLE woman in a private family: ahe Is a good cook, and an excellent laker, and ia willing to astLt in waahing. The belt of city reference given. Pleaao call at 70 Third ave nue, front bouae, firat floor, back room, for two days. w ~X%J ANTED? BY A PROTESTANT GIRL, A SITITA vY tlon to do plain cooking, wtishin^ and ironing. Can be ?een for two daya, at 241 Bowery, in the store. WANTED? BY TWO RESPECTABLE WOMEN, SITU ationf, one a? tiflt rate eook; the other aa first rato seamstress, and to take chargo of a child if required. Rest of city reference. Please call at 133 West Twenty lirst ?treet, for two daya. WANTED? A YOUNG LADY, TO ATTEND IN A fancy store; also one to mako up headdresses, and other fancy articles. Experienced persons required. Apply at t'4 Canal street. WANTED? BY A RESPECTARLE PROTESTANT girl, a lituation as chambermaid and waiter, or to assist in tbe wishing; the beat city reference given. Please call at 173 East Twenty-second street. WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE young man, (French,) who nnderatanda gardening, and ia alto a good florist. Please addrois L. L., Herald office. The best of reference can be given. WANTED? TWO GIRLS, RY A FAMILY IN THE i country; one as waiter and chambermaid, the other , asnnrse; both to assist in washing and ironing. Such as can bring good recommendations as to character and nnali- . flcations, will find a good and permanent home, by applying i at 102 Ninth street, between three and Ave o'clock, P.M. Protestants preferred. WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN, I ? situation as plain cook in a small private family; U a good washer and ironer. Please call at 252 Eighth avenue, , corner Twenty-third street, second floor, front room. WANTED? SITUATIONS, BY TWO RESPECTABLE Protestant girls, (sisters:) one as chambermaid and waiter? would lie willing to assist in washing and ironing; the other to attend cbilaren and do plain sowing. Inquire at 3J'6 Twelfth street, near avenue A. WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE young woman, ae first-rate oook; understands baking, and is a first rate washer and ironer. Best of city reference given. Apply at 222 Twenty-first street, between Eighth and Ninth avenues. WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG CIRL, A situation as chambermaid and seamstress, or to take care of children ; is willing to mako herself generally useful ; has no obeetion to go in the country. Please eall at No. 273 Mctt street, between Prince and Houston street. WANTED-A RESPECTABLE, TEMPERATE MIDDLE aged woman, who wonld be willing, for a small remu neration and a comfortable home, to wash, eook and sew for fonr or five ohildren. A Pro tei taut preferred. Apply at No. 663 Water street, from 12 to 1, and o to 7. WANTED? TWO RESPECTABLE PHOTESTANT girls; one as cook, washorand ironer. must understand t aking: the other a? ohambermaid and waiter, to go to Ohio, near Cleveland. Mast have good reference. Apply at the Protestant Office. No. 7 Carmine at., before 3 o'elock to day. WANTED? A PROTESTANT GIRL AS COOK, WASH er and ironer. in a privato family. Must understand her bnsinesi and bring good reference!. Apply at 49 West fifteenth street, near Sixth avenue. WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE young woman, as chambermaid and waiter. Best of city reference given. Please call for two days at 1H2 Seventh avanue, between Twentysecoad and Twenty third (treats. WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A GENTEEL AMERI can girl; is a good nurse and a good plain soamstross, and has no objection to go in the country. The best of re ference given. Call for two days at 2.M Stanton street. WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG GIRL. A situation as chambermaid and waiter, or asehamher i.mid and to assist in the washing and ironing, in a privato fr icily. Has good city reference. Please call at 147 Seventh avenue, Letween Twentieth and Twenty first streets, third floor, front room. WANTED-A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE TT girl, to do light chambcrwork md waiting Please call at DO Sixteenth street. Can be seen for two days. WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN, a situation as plain ecok, washer, and ironer, or to do ehamberwork and sowing. City reference can bo given. Please eall at 221) Cherry streot, third floor, back room. Can be te< n for two days. "*17 A. N'T ED? BY A RESPECTABI.K YOUNG WOMAN, TT a situation as seamstress, or to tako care of clil'dren. Has no objection to tht country. <(o..d city ref? ronee. Call at l.'.H Third avenue, near fifteenth street, np stair.i. WANT LD? A SITUATION, I1Y A YOUNG WOMAN, to do i hambcrwoik and waiting, to *--i?t in washing, and to m.ike herself generally useful in a private fimily. lici t of city referem e given Apply at No. :"U Third avenue, one door from Twenty first street. Can be seen for two days. Tlr AST! D ? A SITUATION, l!Y A RESPECTABLE m Protectant girl, ae eham term aid and miter, or ai el anil ern ant and plain sewer (i?"d city reference given. Can n tor two days, at 21(5 Knot Twenty thirl st.eet, aeecflpioor. ~Y\T ANTF!>? A SITUATION, RY A RESPECT MILE v T ycr.rn- wero^n, as < hamterui tld and waiter, or t'j t ik-s < ?re i>t el lit r< n. Tt.ete't i ity reference. Ple.no cnll at No. .'.I' I'ai lie street, Itr- ? klyn. Can :.o seen for two dtp "IEr A STI'D ? A SITU ATION, I1Y A RE3PFCTA III.:* TT yet weu.:;ti, to do < hniubrrwort* an i wash! :i I ireiii!. , tr j> aeral hourew< rk, in a rospetta f.nni i? ? good | lain nek. I!s? t?>a t < t if i ity r fo < n. i n he seer at er addrers >" H Virf?IK sirHt. fortwa ilfty*. Uf ANT ED? A PTiOTE.-TANT WOM IN, \s I.UM dresi in a | rlva e fsmily ; ?no wVo ? ' Vr I v"4? l;er nerfc tl *? r nsl It, alio Kren* '? flntlug, may ep|' ai :i ? ii ri . is 'Mirations, between tho Lour of |,t ,.i I I J, st 147 ftnad avet,rc. \AT AN'i i:D? A \0UN<1 WOMAN, TO t At P ON AND TT tsVetle . 1 1 f < r.. e of -r> intffill l tdy. n.i-tto a i ' e il ? pr < rer#, aid chad son ? oaptfi ,-?<?<" i . I >'?< "" euro el'iavallils. Nir,C 1 1 ' llioMI D": ???. ! ( tl.ii it ov ? Htir - tier, ? at i ! ri'if i. ? the b? tofr-f.r . , n ' d .ip^ly at M C H a m > >< y pla> e( 1 1 i Hi eo tho hours ?f 2 ji.J I A '*? , ft j.rsl rat* < e? I. WAITS. WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE OIRL. A SITUA lien a> chambermaid. or to 4* gen oral boaMwork in I nuall privato family. Has the Beat of elty referaaee. Pl*a?e rail or addreaa Girl, 307 Sevonth avenue. Cm bo seen far twe daye. _ WAN TED? A W A IT1NO OHL, WHO THOROUGHLY TT aeuer.tanrla bar bn lacil. Apply at M White street, from 9 to 11 o'clock, A.M. WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN, a situation as eonk. waabcr and ironer, In a privato family. Tba tot ritjr reference can he given. fan be seen fcr loo daye at SjM Seventh avenue, between Thirty eeoond and Thirty tbird stweet*. WANTED? A SITUATION, nv A RESPECTABLE first rata laundreas, understands flue wehhiag aa<l Fr?ni'h fluting. Reformer If reouired. Apply at No. 343 ' Sixth avenue. between Fifteenth and Sintvcntb streets, In ! tba raar. WET NURSE ? A YOUNG WOMAN. WHO IS WET , nuriibg in n family abont to wean their child, ia de sir" ln to obtain another tituation in the unit oapiclty; bar . milk i? ten iu< nths old. Apply at Pacific street, he- ' twien Bond md Nevins streets, Brookl) u. i ~Y\,r ANTED- ? A SITUATION, BY A PROTESTANT WO ' TT man; nhfis an excellent laundress and rook; would ; prefer to (oavrt distance in the countrv. It '-peetabla ? reference flvflT. Plea;e call at 3)3 Yarlcfc street, corner I of Uammerslcy, ateond floor, front mpui.T WANTED-A SITUATION, 1IY A RESPECTABLE j young *i man. to do ehamberwork and fine washing I and ironing, or to do plain sawing. ::ooi city refirouce given. , Please call at 79 Mott street. 1 street, BUt h avan u "WANTED? SITUATIONS, BY TWO RESPECTABLE TT young women; ona as good plain cook. v.afheraad Irene r. in a private family; the other to do ohnin'r??rk, assist in tha washing aud Ironing, or t<> do plain Hewing. Tba heat ef city refertnoa can be given, Please oall at jOr ? art Twentieth street, corner of Firft avcuue. WANTED-A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE young weman, to do geueral hoaaawork, washing and ironing, in a (mall family, or to do plain cooking. Please call at No. 7 Columbia atreet, third tluer, in tho rear. Can be nn fur two dayi. WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE AND EXPEBI anced young woman, a situation to ejok, wash and Ircu; would nave no objection to the general housework of a unall family, and will be found willing aud obliging. Can giro satisfactory reference. To be seen at 290 Seventh avente, near Twcnty-Lixth street. WANTED-A SITUATION, BY AN EXPERIENCED girl, as rook in a privato family; has no objection to aseist in tlie washing and ironing, alio understand* her bus! nass perfeetly. The beat of city reference. Can be aeeu for two daya, at 33 Troy Btrect, near Fourth. WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE GIRL. V SITUA tion In a private family ea aeamatre'Sa aud to take cure of children. Can be aeen for two days at I! 7 Forty fourth street, between Eighth aud Ninth avenues. WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE you::;r weman, to do housework or ehanberwork in a nunll private family. Beat of olty rofaronce Iromhorlast ?lace. Apply at iitirt Thiid street. betwMB HMMBIH cwls street. TIT" ANTED ? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE T T young girl, as ohambermaid. to tal.e care of children, or to wait on table. Can be seen at ll? Mott street, second fleer, room No. 8. WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE yenng woman, as good plain cook, wa.?her and Ironer; ha.i no objections to the city or country, (jood reference. Can be teen for two days at Hicks street, South Brooklyn, , ? WANTED-A SITUATION. BY A GIRI?, TO DO TI1E eooVing, washing and ironing of a small private family, or as chawte rmaid and to do the hne'wasl in,- and ironing; would be willing to do general housework If required. Good city reference can be given. Can be seen for two days at 1-7 Twenty fourth street, between Mxth and Seventh avenues "WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLES YOUNG WOMAN, TT a situation to do ch.iml erwork, walking and ironing, or to do the general housework a small family; in a good washer and ironer and plain cook, aud lias good uity refer inco Can bo seen at 136 Twenty -third street, I ? f ween Second and TLird avenues, for two days if not engaged, lir.-t Boor, front roem. * WANTED-A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE yotrug girl, ns waiter, or a* chnmbcrmnil utid waiter in a unall private family; baa threo yean city n !'? -rune >s 1'roiu her last employer; bus no objection t? t lie c?>.Mry or any ofl.cr part of the world, so as >he ean procure n "?*\ly aitua tlon with snine rcrpeetal le family that will intarested for Ler as "be will b? for them. Please vail f< - ' r?? >lays, at M> Wctt El' \ ci.th ftrect, botwuen Fifth ant ,^.ith nve nnes. in tbe rcsr. WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN, a sitnatlon m chaiubermuid, ami to as?i-t niihthc vmUii and Ironing, or waitlnx; has no objection to go a tbert dietanoc in tho icnntry. Inquire at lli) Third avenue, near Fourtc'bth itrctt. WANTED? A SITUATION. AS PORTER, IN ANY wholesale r't?re, cr ns barkcepor; i.-< a lairpennma and not afraid of work. Bi.t of ilty refer ence. l'lea.o ad I'ress J. R. H., Herald ofiice, for three d-; . VVANTED-A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE TT young woman, as chamberuiaid umi waiter. llu? ths l eft nt referenceH from berla^t placc, whero t'.ie has lived fi r live years. Can be ictn for two uayj at ISi Eleventh street, between avenue A aud B, third floor, trout room. WANTED-A SITUATION, BY A RE- t'ECTABIE TT your.g woman, to do general huu i wt?r!., or to do cbamleruork aud taLocare of ebit lreu, in a i;a>all privato family. Good city references. Please ci.l n t .'!4 t'liur h street, Corner of Barclay strict. Cau be i.'ii lor thrM dayj WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE TT young wonioo. to i!o chamberwotk and icirlng, or a-, a waiter ; ono who ia fully competent of her Illinois. The beet of city references can bo given from her lust nlaco. PUaao eall at No. 17H West Sixteenth street, near tho K;.:!ith avenue. Can be Keen for two days. | WANTED-A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE TT girl, ns chambermaid cr waiter in a re pe l.ib[e f? mily, with the I cut of eity reference. Pleaco call at No. IH 1 Market street, to her present employer, where she can he j seen for two days, If not engaged. w ANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RF.SP BCTABLE woman, as cook, to go a abort dlatum e in tko country. She understands food baking, uaelrt lu ?a jhlng and ironing, and understand* tones to milk and butter. No one need up. ply unlea* a private fumily. Pleaae call at So. AH Four teenth atreet, near Sixth avenue. The be .t of city reference can b? given. TITANTED? A GOOD COOK, WASHER AND IRONER. TT with undoubted City reference*. A [| Iv , between the boar* of V and 11 A. M., at 90 Clinton place, oorner of Mac dong%l street. TITANTED? A SITUATION, BV A RESPEt'TPBLE TT young woman, aa plain cook or chambermaid; i? a food waaher and ironer; liaa no objection to d<> general ouaework; good city reference given. Please call at 50t> Houatcn itreet, in ?dj&11 (toie, between Ureal way aud Bowery, for two day*. WANTED? A PROTESTANT GIRL, TO TAKE CARE of children; muat be a neat plain *ewer. and willing to mako heraelf generally uaoful; noue other* need apply. Call at 'XH Twenty fourth itreet, between Ninth and Tenth avenue*. i WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG C.IRI,, A TT (ituation, to do general homework, In a imall private family. Beat of reference! given. Apply at lt>0 Eleventh etreet, between Fir*t and Second avenue'. TITAN TED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE TT young woman, aa chambermaid and tine wafher and ironer, or aa chambermaid and waiter; or would he willing to do bouacwork, in a email private family. Pleaie call at 135 Amity atreet, a few doora from Sixth avonue. Good city refer ???? given. WANTED? A SITUATION, BV A VOlMl AMERICAN girl, between the ate of fifteen and aixteen year a, to take care of children, or aaaist in the light work of a private family; haa no ohjectiona to go a abort distance into the conntry. Can bo accn for two daya, at IS Marion itreot, flrat floor, back room, WANTKD? A SITUATION, AS CHAMBERMAID AND aeauatreaa, or aa eliild'a norao and acaraatre**.' Good city refarencea given. Pkate apply nt her present employ er'*, 776 Broadway, corncr of Ninth itreet. Can be ?ecn for two day*. WANTED? A SITUATION, AS COW IN A FlRi'T tlaaa privato boarding houie or hotel, by a reapcetaLle woman, who understand! (her bnaineaa thomuthly. Refer ence given a* to character and capability. Haa no objoetinn to go In the conntry. Apply at ber pretutl lituatior, 110 Colombia itreet, Brooklyn. WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN, a aituatinn aa plain cook; ia a ft rat rut o waaher and ironer, or would go aa laundrca*. Haa good > ity reference. Can be aeen for three daya, from 11 till 2 o'clock, at ,'W7 Grand atreet, upataira. "fir ANTED? BY A YOUNG ENGLISH GIRL, A SITU TT atlnn aa chambermaid or nurar, or would aet a?, waiter. Ha* good city reference. Can be fee n for two daya at 47 Dey atreet, t p floor. WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE GIRL. A SITUA tion to do general honaework in n email family. The I oet city reference. Plea?e call at Irt Hamilton atreet, for two day*. WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE jOung woman, to cook, waah andiron: haa no objec tinn to go with a lady to California. Beat rf city reference. Apply at 21 Mulberry atroet, over tlie lienor itore. WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE girl, to do ehnml.crwork, waahiu^ and iroiint. Ap ply at 143 Wcat Twenty tlgbth atreet, ? etween Seventh and highth avennea. TIT ANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE TT wnnitn. aa prnfetaed took, under-tanda her U inou in all ita tranche*; loop*. iellica, made op diahea, preserve# of all klnda of fruit a, and baking: ha* lived with *?me of the f ret faiuilli * in tbi* ilty. TLn)e>t of city tef renee. I an I e ?een fur two day* at 2.12 Sixth avenn", between I'iftsenth and Sixteenth atreet*. TITAN TED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN. TT a i ituatlt n a* drat rato cook, nndcr-tan l< all kind of taking and pa try; would at-ial with the aaahing and irei.lug ol a private tautlly. The I eat (ity ref. r-nce tan be flitn. I'lfa .c apply at II Third avenge, In the thread and t.tedlc Itnre. Tl? ANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMW TT a Otuatii n. a* < ook. or to do tl.< ncn! Iionsew, r? of a private frmlly. Goo# reference (jivvn. l'lea?o call at 117 mutton atreet. nTHTin-t RITUATIOW, BY \ n I - PI K TABLI; TV younR witnan. a< chambermaid. waiter and nnrar. (?tod illy refereme fiven I'laaae call at t'J < hriatoplier i trei t , In tho re a r. for two day*. ______ WANTEP-a-A LAD, ABOI I TSARS OV nc. ?h?uri!< I a food baud, in a law oflice. Apply to W II >t? ? '? 7 Broadway. TITANTEC? TWO OR THREE VOI'Vij' MF.N, ACTIYF ; V? and i I g<-#.| ai.drea*. to lotr,. u< ? i p tul Id articl e ,t i <d; e.iitfcniw. .airy niven it prafrred. AprdytnM l.i.t.Hn, So 7 t.llat< n t out, up stair*, near lleekiiian at U; ANTI'P- \ v an AM) W IFF. '?? ITII I \MILY, TO ti i n,i!?a mm iiii wty; l.lr i li ^ >-rr t ; n ' > I ? I rk-, 1 1< r?, l ?rk> ?rer-, eonei iren, ar ? n?, farm ra' | I ? i.rtr;. < ( toka, elfcmtei nuid?, h'.ii,.r ik clrU, AO. al N< I I a?t I r???.>- ay, U'lji.ii.ii. _? I l.atl i ' i Coat t>: .-e. i- 11 /.SI MO \ ,W <1 I.Klt>ON. | ?. NTI r- A DRI'tJ n *:ltK, WITH ONE OH TWO , ? ? > < ai I , ?| !. 1 M ; mi:, t !, . n Amen n. and * ? i t>.?n. I ? r< n ? i " ei tlcn* r .iind at ^11 Grand j OOHP i yearn ^ " a . , , l ' "? ' "R \ r \ pre., i r, * ,? ' t" l?tn ( . u. tc00 . , . y ' ' ' ' ' 1 ' V y. " W4>TJED-A PRWiUENT DRAUGHTSMAN AMD *!>* zS**9 it go to Cbitaio. A you**. U0p*r*t?, UMrifu?t?d person, required Apply *" Wadswortb A SUTdon. 20 Wall stroii. W ?it tb? utile* *f Ty ANTED? AKAOrtVE AND THOROUOTI BUSINESS * 7" ' i ?*l*rinleud a nmnufat turiny aceney iit tbl? city lor a fcrei.n l,yu?. The applicant m?>', gi?e good ,v; SLfHHlZ U rIr " ?<- '.TTolUhU I-iTno/ A aalary ' f P**J*'r *nd ? i'rmii? will b? uivtn. A4 dreaa, for oat week, postpaid, w K., Q, raid offioe. WANTEp-ACOLORED MAN AND Ills' HIKE. TO fo ? short distance 111 the eonnlry, ?bt >? , uuk nad (a as bottler None need *PPly unleaa well reoomm. mtid Ad cljr at & ltowery, office olBecond Avenue R*ilr?ad Coinranv ?m Citizens' Hank. WANTED? A SINGLE MAS, TO GOON A KM ALL farm a abort distance from the oity : be matt be a good variable cardener, and willing to make hiiuflf uacfu). Call at tho Collamore House. curnsr of Broadway and Spring street, from H tu 12 o'clock tbia morning, or from J to C o'clock tbla afternoon. WANTED? GENERAL UPHOLSTERERS, AT NO. 7JI) BroadTway. Aim, a mart, aotlTQ boy. "tlTANTED? A FARMER, ONE WHO UNDERSTANDS IT hia business and can come well recommended, anil wbv is accustomed to tbe working of tbe soil of WostelMi ter county. An American, lngllsbman, Wel-bman, or ScoteLmun preferred. Apply at 180 Cherry street, to O. 8. W'nt, fur tbrce'day*, tetwem tbo boura of 10 o'eloek A, V. and 3 P. M. WANTED? A GOOD FRFNCH OR ENGLISH COOK; TV alro. a young nan to atUnd bar and open oyster*, and a good Urcman. Good refereuc* required. Apply M ? Be Grain trey Houie, corner ot Twentieth street and Broad way. WANTED-A EOT, TO ATTEND A BOOK STORK. Nonn but thime w ho tun *,i?e good references need apply. Call at 41IJ Petri street. J ANTED ? AT 4.1 VESEY STREET, A GOOD BAB k*tp< r, witb ri ud ret rence. \V ANTED? A SITUATION AS PORTER, BY A YOUNG TT man tbat write* a good baud, t an keep account*, and baa a thorough knowledge oi tbe dry good business. Belt city reference y Iven. Addrea* 0. B , Herald office. WANTED? UY A YOUNG MAN. A SITUATION AS porter or carman in a atoru. Good reference can bo (riven. Apply to James Lluakion, 179 Laurenr ptreet, la tbe rear. TIT" ANTED? A MIDDLE AGED MAN. TO TVKK CARE It of a paint atore. One tliat thoroughly understand* his bnsiners as a painter, with a literal education, can And n situation by applying *t 403 Ninth street. "IITANTED? A GARDENER AND COACHMAN; EITHER W Scotchmen or Englishmen. Apply to Mr. Hamilton, 74 Beaver atreet. ? WANTED? A SITUATION, A3 WAITER, BY AN AC tlve and tingle young uinn, of industrious habit*. who understands bia btisino, and ran read and write. Satil faetory city references. Address T. P., llerald office. WANTED? TWO SINGLE YOUNG MEN TO WORK on a farm, either Engildh or Scotch; mu?t be Protect ant: none other need npply. Apply at 511 Greenwich atreot, fr( m 10 till 12 o'clock. \kT ANTED? 11Y A YOUNG MAN OF STEADY AND TT temperate habits, a kitontion aa porter or nie*e*a(er in a dry goods, hardware, or book rtore, or to drive a horse and eart; la well acquainted vith thacity; good reference given if required. A note addretsed to J. K. L., Herald of bie. will be attended to. TIT ANTED? TO GO A SHORT DISTANCE IN THE II country, a tinglo niui , bo must understand the care of I orse*. and can milk. None but a Protestant need ftj ply. Call at No. 74 Bowery. _____________ "1ATANTED? A BOY, ABOUT FIFTEEN OR SIXTEEN TT yeara of age, to ai t :m cui>!( In an oyster aaloou. Noue but ono ttciiuaintoj vith tl.o oyster businops need npply. In H?lrc ut No. 4 Centre etreet. _ WANTED? A TOUNG MAN, TO ATTEND IN A TT grocery sture; one who ha* a thorough knowledge of ti c 1 UMiiefB. and can couie nell rccowtnended. ui^y apply t?. Park A 1 ilford, corner of Si*th cvenue and Nintn itroet. W ANTED? A MAN WHO UNDERSTANDS THE TT French language, to work in a factory wiib good tefi rt nee. Addrcsl No. ll.t Chureb Urcut. W.\ N TED? BY A YOUNG MAN, WHO 1VR1TB8 A good I uriuers band, u situation hp ciiaiant bock kioper, enlefman, or any othef capacity where bif eerv iee* wi uld be deemed useful. Address, by Icttur, to A. Z , Herald office, for one week. WANTED? BY A RBSPECTABLE, SMART. ACTIVE TT young man, a i-ltuatlou as clerk or liirht p.irtcr in a ineri autile kture; can write n gr od and expedition* band, lined city reference. Addro?:., for two dii^ ?, J. C. MeK , 11? Itll o'tbee. "ITT ANTED? AT NO. B?2 BROADWAY, SCHOOL TK \CH Tl * r?, 1 cokkeepcrn. elirku, men on railroad ) and M?an> i r?, barkeeper*, ooa' bmcn, porter*, boys to leai'n Iradei*, bousekccpcru, fcumstrcstiOa and ehamberniaide. Vpplicants ii;i lo.'ing SI, frte of poitace, tilll be prompt!* niit? d. THOS. SPINK, Agent. Hlll SKW, RUOZHS, AC., WANTED. A HOUSE. OR FART<J^ A HOUSE, WITH SOME OP (he Liodirn improvciiititit*. wanted, on the first of May, v. I) in liftc? n minutes w?!k of .MO Jttroal*t'y. A<ldr?6H ( r.. Hal ?'oi k. Jr., Pe t Office. / OT NTUY KESlDKNCfe.? WANTED TO I1IRK, IN " Now York State or Conu?cUcut, in or uchc ? village ? i eiiry act ten to tho city, a small Lousu, un4 ??uo or utoru u? rt'n oi lard. Kent moderate. No Uticrn r*.lc?ivoU unless : *-t i :.??!, addressed with lull i nrticnlarj, to ?,i'LLN'TON, ? i W Tventy-tixtb street. HOVSE WAMEI.' -A ( j.N'l LKM A >, U11K AND tl.rcc cfcildrcn, uerir* ? to i? ut part of a hou c hi a rcs |>?it?tblo location cat! of liroaduM\, not ox<>o??ai ?.*$ per hi. ut- m. Addrcts A. F.% loxS.lfTOVcst Uftice. nOL'SL WANTED? A THREE STORY AND ATTIC or fui r story house, with modern improvement*, looat iu t otx\( niei t to Ilroudway, notteyond Iwaty third street; to I e ukH lor tint clati* ireiitlomeii boariorc>, and wkera ? hire t r< no t hildreu. AUdr* ss, statiug location sud tortus, H. !>., It* ISO Pest OUUs. _ _ 1 Will PAY FOUR TftoiJSANI) DOLLARS CASH .1 for r. , i (id houre r>nd lot in a nood r.eigbhnrhood. Tboie " l.o 1 a? one will r.ddt ? at, with particular*. | Ott paid, (>laaa ^loith at liarrli-on'* re*> depot, <RS 81*th avenne, l.etaeea Twet.lv I intb and TliirtietU ttreeti, for three day*. rru\0 HOUSES? WANTED To PURCHASE, IN THE A V) per prrt of the dty, worth ten thouan ml t.tilicen tborrand dol' r; cm li, lit c'x? han^e for an cxevllt nt And de iilrul lu dweliing bnuae. with tpationn ontbniluingi, Ac., near New York, on the New llaven Railroad, and a part iu ca?h. Atidroai Howes, l.o* f?V> Pout OlBec. , WANTED-BY A FAMILY OP THREE PERSONS only, a (mall two or three etor y bonto, with ?a?, batb, and good j ard attached. Rent not above to<K). hclowTwen ty -fourth ttreet, and near Sixth or Eighth avenoo, iu n good i.ci;il.l orhood only. Reference* highly aatiaiActoi r. A d dr< hi Hope, Herald office TITANTPD TO HIRE? A NEW, OR \ EARLY SO, TT forninbed houfe. plearantly located, either In Mercer, Hoi iton. Eroome, Howard, or (irand streot, for which a good rent will bo paid. Addreai Lawrencc, Ilroadwny Poet Office. WANTED? A TWO STORY, BASEMENT AND ATTIC brick heme, with all the modern improvement*, or part of a bonac, auitable for a facil!} of three peT<on?? rent for home Stitit ? apartmenti f iM. Addreas with lull partiiu lar*. R. M. D., Herald office. "ur ANTED TO KENT-UY A SMALL RESPECTABLE TT family, front and back room is the .-econd ttory. with bedroom and basement; location in the Seventh ?r T?ntt> wards; rent not to exceed 52011. Address W. C. P., c art BlMH Brothers, lit! and 1IK Cherry street. f ANTED ? IN HKOOKLVN, FOUR PLEASANT rooms, with kitchen, in aironteel neighborhood, near Fulton terry, by a family of live persons; rent from $a<)0 to i- (l. Address W. H.. with particulars. 48 Livioirklon ureet. WANTED? IN BROOKLYN, TO KENT. WITH TnB privilege of purcliatini.'. a cottage hoiirr, worth frunt tiMXHI to >3,(M)0. and near Fultun, Cilotou, or Waihlnf lon avenue. Please add rem L. O. N., box Pen Oil i . New York. TIT AN TED? PART OF A MODERN ItCILT HOUSE, TT litllM 1b Ui Eighth or Fifteenth wardi, lo a fa mily of threa persons Reference exchanged. Address, with UtM, ('. N. O . Broadway Pott Office. TITAN TED TO H1RE-UY A GENTLEMAN AM) ?? *if?, the lower part of a genteel house in t h i? oity <>r Brooklyn; location wett side and not too far up town: rein mint lie moderate, and beet of references given. Address K. A. Y., :m Hi oad way. TIT ANTED TO HIRE-A TWO STORY A V D ATTIC Tr borne, located between Tenth and Prince streets, on tt.e weft aide of Broadway. Wonld not object to purebaee a little furniture. Addrcia Goodman, Union soaare Pest Office. WANTED-PART OF A HOUSE, BETWEEN I.QAM ter? and Fourth a reel*, for a gentleman and I is wife, with the privilege of bath, Ac. Kent from fl.M) ti $ag i. Addreslfl. 11. M., llerald office. WANTED? THE UPPER PART OF A SMALL HO0SF. fi.r a gentleman, wife and two children, tl ? oldest two ai d a half years old. It must be between the Third and Ninth avenues. and Twentieth Mid Thirty lltih street# Rentm.tto exceed $ai>. In-iuiro at the I'vllntsr of As KSfinint'* office, City Hall, basement. bctw?en 10 and 3 o'clock. TITAN TED, BY THE FIT. ST OF MtY-A THREE OR ? T four rtory house, furniidied or nnfarnisbed, with mod ern improvemi nts, between Uiiion square and Second ave line, and Twelith ard Eighteenth streets For sneh a honse a T' an nnl.le rent * ill be given. Addrese C. A. U , Herald office. ?l ating terms. inW'RLLANEOIJS. 47 l\fl F,I<-ST <LA?S HOUSE, ON THIRTY 0 I 1r.?t street, near Sixth avenue, to let or lor sale, eitli I he liirniture al?o for ?ale; has all tbo modern 1m 1 r. vi uiei.t. and gi.od lei alien. Apply at 211$ Wart Thirtieth street, be I wet n Figbth anil Mntli avenues. Ultl <1 STORE FOR SALE CHEAP? IN ONE OF THE let av< nies for I urines' in thW city : is well stocked, ?.ring a (rood 1 miness, I as oi.o bnndrcd mahogany drawer*, reda water < onntcr, with marble top, root beer apparatus, with pump pipes Ac., all in n mpl< te order: the root beer will j ay tbe rent Rent vl tap and can ha' o a lea* e of tbo prtmlsei for tbrco or four years it required Dwelling ii| arimei.ta can be bad with the More Iniiiiodis lily, or they r i.l I e Ut tepsralely to a rmsll family, If applied for aoon. I(i<iulrc !,t t Iinter'f Hotel, 147 Fnlton street, or addre-s Phytic, lii raid <lV:<e. Mrs. hat is, that iiic.uly celebrated medi i i.I elflrveyant, can bo consulted dally^up'.n tie knees, I l.tlnits. lawiiuts, Jonraevj, m:. trim- ni.ii fair?, Ac. La i .. / i.atli.j friends gone t ? California, Arntrnlli. or else * I i re. i ar hear ei rrei t r < ?s from th> m by roncnlttng Mr*. ILij if. lifl.ee 10 Sprint; ftrcct, near the liowery. riMIF, LADY IN BI.AI'K ? N. R KTEVKS. c#R\rH I l (.rr i I street ard l<i aery, wonld Inform tbc pttblio tl ?i >! c den't I < lorn to - 1.' 7 l.t and itn e.t, i orner of tho l'i.' ry, lit ov.r on He other fldu of? Jordaa. N E ' M'N I- R F F. V KS, da^ve n eotyplst, corner of i.r.ind strc??. kiio rn w i ry, en i r tl e . rnj ?tr,re. T I II V H I a"n S -7. ( ?T K. r 1."* UNION OIJAKB, I \ I lry*i.d li.l.t fn.M lascieei t ulth ? toajby * ? I 1 i ? 1 > n in' i o i t i < ' i v i r on Ilis 1st uf May. Ad t ? A. li., I nil, n p,|iinro Krt Ot.ce. HOTLM. \'OPK' 'FAMILY HOT! I N I II' URIDliE " TP. , I T, LI TK 1 i .->> I. ill, 1 I'fe'nii. I. jim ?? fcutifc U ec.nt.-ijly nitna t <1,1. mii til. nt . ? ' ? in. ten i r t-ielvo pri?.it?s.t lit ?< ? ? Irtn.enttri' ..?? I fty ?*M, airy lcdrotma, ? el , i >iif tiri,>. nr.i .I'!, aid n'l.ower !.iihi alwaje i . . i i . * i i 1 . 1aaea; a ii ? i .1 .,!i?r.o C.ir scr It IV ?. w J. 1 l.er i hleil 1I10!* WUAUT*.R. i M F, (n T < nt 1 1 < < I '*?' ( r wn anit Se. pif i i.ivei ?, I irfi>l,M>l< ? ili .-atcfnl tb.ln' ? t . bM A-w. ?t I . lii .. \ IJ I I;.- 1.0 III' c ? . .,?d at til. lam) . ?'i i' * >1' f cntlciH'd palrvaa;^ nd imku