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Bar kkhmk? an active young man wants a
situation u b?r knp?r; tat had considerable ?x
pMlMoe la the businsss, can brin* unquestionable re
farcaoe, kt' do objeotlMi to to ? abort dUtuot In tho
country. Out be seen for three days it Mr. John
HT?th*>. corner o4 Fortyllrrt stiaetjand Eighth mnu*,
or Ik MM addreased J. X., office of thii paptr, will b?
puaslasHy rtlMW to.
"DOT WANTED? A SMART, ACTIVE, INTELLIGENT
n Ud of good addreaa, of out and tidy habits, who
writes well and carefully, willing to be reasonably use
ful aai obliging, oan call at B. Lieber'a, 16 Beaver street,
after 10 o'clock this morning.
Best servants for hotels, boarpivq houses
and private familiea, can alwaya he obtaineiHn the
greatest choioeat MORRIS Si COHN'ERT'3. 28 T Greenwich
atreet, corner of Reade. Also, German, English, Scotch
and lriah Protestant male and female help In this, or in
the branch offloe, 102 Green rich atreet.
COOK WANTED? BY A PRIVATE FAMILY, IN
Brooklyn. She muat be a tirat rate cook, waahsr
and ironer None bat eiperi?n;?d hinds need apply.
The beat of city reference will be rtiiulrsd Apply at
?6 Bergvn itreet, Brooklyn, bet vet n the ho urn of 10 and
1 o'clock.
Farm hands, wagon makers, carpenters,
blacksmiths, and all ulcda of female domeatlca,
&*. , may be engaged at the Auiericaa and Foreign Km
I loyment ijociety, 27 Greeawi :h atreet. Femtle domsa
tica also, at the upper offisn, Noa. 13 and 14 As tor place
IjMFlY YOUNG HDlhS WANTED? TO MAKE'
' black and white crape collar*. None but expe
rienced wnrkers need apply, at 315 Atlantic atreet,
Brooklyn.
GOVERNESS.? A FRENCH LADY WISHES TO MEET
with an engagement aa resident govsrneas; will
teach muaic, vocal and instrumental, Italian, and all
the bcancbea of an English ednoation. Good referencea
given. Address E. M., Broadway Post Office, lor three
day a
Housekeeper.? a gentleman and wife de
alre a young and well educated American lady,
not over twenty- three yearn of age, of agreeable person
and accomplishment* , aa housekeeper and companion.
Address N. and S., box 933 Poat Office.
Hotel housekeeper.? an american lady
deairea a situation aa housekesper in a large first
hotel having had experience in this city. Can
five the beet of reference. Addreaa M. H .Hotel House
keeper, and namt, Herald office, for three day*.
HOIKL HO U SEKEEPKR. ? A LADY OF GOOD EX Pa
tience deairea a situation aa housekeeper in a
hotel; baa the beat of reference from first clata hotels,'
has no objection to go South or to tie country . Address
M M., Hotel Housekeeper, Herald effice, forthreo days.
MILLIKERS WANTED ?Several young ladles accus
tomed to work on millinery and dress caps, are
ed immediately at 026 Broadway.
Millinery saieswomen wanted? one or two
competent per ions, who are conversant with the
buainess. Apply to ffm, Brown, 413 Broadway,
?WILLINEK WANTED? FOR A HEALTHY AND
l?l beautiful city in North Carolina. Salary $25 par
month, and genteel board. App'y to Mr. Ternan, 37
Warren street.
PORTER WANTED? ONE WILLING AND ABLE TO
work, and competent to take orders and see to
the shipment of goods. Muat hnve the best referencea
aa to character. Apply at the music store of HORACE
WATERS, 333 Broadway.
BIBBONS AND FLOWERS.? A YOUNG MAN, HAV
ing seven year* experience, requires a situation,
either wholesale or retail. Best of teference* given.
Address R. k F. , Herald office.
SITUATION AS TEACHER WAN'lED. ? A YOUNG
lady, graduate of a distinguished Northern Inatitu
tion, who has had several years experience in teaching,
both North and South, decires a situation as teacher in
a school or family, latter preferred. Satisfactory re
commendations tarnished, and terms made known upon
allocation to Wm. P. Taylor, care of Partridge & Brit
tan, 800 li roadway.
SITUATION WANTED? A9 COOK, OR TO DO THE
general housework of a private family; she Is a good
baker, washer and Ironer. aud has lived with one of the
first families in Brooklyn for the last three years. Can
Cive the beat of city reterence for hon?*ty ami capability,
all at, or address, 326 Lust Ninth street, in the store,
for two daya.
SITUATION WANTED? BV A RESPECTABLE YOUNG
woman, aa chambermaid and to assiat In the waah
ing and ironing, or chambermaid and to take care of
children, und do plain sewing. Best of city reference
given. Apply at 316 E'ghth avenue, between Twenty
sixth and Twenty-seventh streets, for two days.
SITUATION WANTED ? BY AN ENGLISH WOMAN, Di
rect from England, as monthly nurse, or to attend
to aa invalid gentleman or laay. She baa pracMfted in
tbe Liverpool Lying in Hospital, under (oar of the most
eminent physicians. Apply at No. t>9 Weat street, top
doer, front room.
8'
_ cook, washer and ironor. Good city reference can be
given Apply at 26;l Weat Sixteenth street, in the roar,
between N\nta and Tenth avunuea. Can be seen for
two day*.
SITUATION WANTED ? 11 Y" A YOt'NO WOMAN, A3
nurse and chambermaid, or to do limsework. Goad
city reference given. Apply at 137 l'.emaca street,
Brooklyn, for two day*.
SITUATION WANTED? BY A HE8PECIAB1.E YOU NO
woman, aa chambermaid and waiter; ban live I five
yearn In her last place. Apply at 1 10 Twenty eighth street,
near Third avenue. Cau tc (era for two day*, Haa no
objection to travel.
EmUATlON WANTED ? BY A PROTESTANT YOUNG
) woman, ar first rate laundress. Good city reference
given. No objection to go a abort distance in the coun
try. Apply at 38 East Eighteenth i treet, between Fourth
avenue and Broadway, for two daja.
SITUATION WANTED? BY A YOl'NO WOMAN,
aa chambermaid and waiter, or chambermaid and
to do floe washing and ironln*. Oood reference from
her last place whtre she can be seen, No. 70 Weat Twen
ty -sixth >.trfet.
Situation wanted? by a respectable yuuno
woman, to cook, wash and iron. Lived thrso year*
in her last place. Oood city reference. Can be seen for
two day* at No. Ill King street.
SITUATION WANTED ? BY A YOUNO WOMAN, A3
plain oook, washer and lroner. Good city reference
can be give* Apply at 08 North M'*ore street, for two
daya. Front basement.
8m ATION WANTED? BY A SMA11T, TIDY YOUNO
woman, to do chamberwork in a smUl private fa
mily and to make herself generally useful; has lived two
years in her last place, and her la l y can be seen. Apply
at 106 Hudson avenue, betweeu Nassau and High street*,
Brooklyn, for two day*.
SITUATION WANTKD? BY A YOUNO WOMAN. AS
laundress, or to do chambortvork and One washing
and ironing. Oood city reference given. Apply at 104>j
Ninth street, in tbe rear, for two days.
SITUATION WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE PRO
UviVant woman, in a private family, as nurse, also,
by a respectable young woman, as chambermaid and
eesmstiens or as nurse and seamstress un teratoids
making children's and boys' clothes. Best of city refer
ence. Apply at 319 Eighth street, for two daya.
SITUATION WANTKD? BY A KE-iPECTABLl WOMAN,
as good coek, in a boarding bouse or hotel. Oool
city reference. Can be seen for two daya at 71 Mulberry
street, front room, second floor.
SITUATION WANTKD? BY A YOUNG WOMAN, A3
cook, washer and ironer; can give two years refer
ence froia her last place. Apply at 186 West Forty-flrst
street, near Ninth avenue, where she can be seen for two
days.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A MAN AND HIS WIPE,
to take care oMiorse* anu as gardener, and hi* wife
to do an 7 kind of heune win good reference. Can be
He?a, for two dayi. at 69 Vesey street. Call for John
Dram.
SITUATION* WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE MAN
and hU wife The man understands the care of
horee.i is a good driver, and alao a neat gardener. The
worses is a good seamstress. understand* getting up
flne linen and chamber work. l'b?y are English Protec
tants, and have good city references from a situaton
. they are about to leave Can b" seen from 12 till 4 un
til engaged ; or address by letter T W., at Mr Waytss',
330 Orsene street ' '
STATIONERY AM) FAN(Y GOODS ?TIIK ADVKR
User having had several years experience lu th*
above !>u?la?*a, aa salesman and atocakeoper in a large
importiig bouse in this cltv, la open for an eng%(sment.
It ao<|uaint?,t with th? best matket* for purchasing
foreign si d da?eatlc goods, and could influence a ?m?l
amount of country trad# 1 < len-nces to tressnt em
ployers sa to character, capability, Ke. Addr<te? Sta
t i>oer, Herald office.
TWO OR THREE GOOD MILLINERS WANTKD ?
Apply at 61 Clinton pUae, Kighth street.
T) BE DISENGAGED IN A FEW DAY AND WANTS
a aituatlon as seamstress. a middle aged ptrson
s <: customed to do all kinds of family sewing; no objec
tion to the care of one or two children, ran cut noi
muke tleir dresses In th? newest fashion, would sew by
ths week or month has tbe best of city reference. Ad
dress, bj letter or personally, for two daya, to M Liigbt
st rest, west of 8t. John 'a Park.
T) WVAUI*.? A SCOTCH WIDOW LADY, WHO HA?
acV4 for two jears as superior nurse in an Kiuf
liab hospital, would ?>" to take charg* of a person in
<elioate l.eslth, ftr which she Is welltiuallfled , city re
ference* gives. I an be seen at 186 WeetTwentf fifth
rpO OOAl. MERCHANTS ? WTVATION WANTKD BY
J. ? T+ur-t ?sn ss bookkeeper and salesman in a coal
rnrd, on the north side ot the town, wUere he could In
dusoet trade to a considerable amount Salery taken in
<-o*l Beat of city referei.ee given. S-e,,rltv given for
wtjjMjttj* aiiseLs. R. M. a., boa 1M
WAjrrs.
mo OOtOUMON MERCHANTS. ? WANTED, A SITUA
X Mm m aaaiatant baakhaapar. AAdreei & Look
wood, Harold oSco.
mO MABKH GARDENERS OR FAMRR9.? A YOUNQ
JL* von, aged twenty om. wubej to with o M
rpectabla BM to learn either of the abore buaineasoa.
Address O , car* of Meaara. J. M. Tborbura (t Co., 16
John i treat, Now Tort
WANTED? BY A COMPETENT DRESSMAKER,
work by the da./ or month, or would en gage with
private f ami lie*. Apply at 21 Essex street, from 2 to 4.
WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
young woman, as nurae and aeamstreas; la a (food
plain sewer and dressmaker; or would make herself gen
erally naeful. Pleas* call at 03 Cliff street.
WANTED?BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WO VIA V,
? situation aa chambermaid or aeamatreaa, has no
objection to cook for a amall family , has a good citr re
ference for thia last seven years. Pleas* call or address
at 230 Sixth avenue, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth
streets, in the book store. Can be seen for two days,
WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN,
a situation aa cook; la a first rate waaher and
ironer; bt st ot city reference given. To be seen for two
days at OH Weat Twenty eitf'ath street.
WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
young woman, to do general housework ; is a
first rate cock, washer and ironer. Good city reference*
given. Call at 124 Broome street, front basement.
WANTED? BY A YOUNG WOMAN, A SITUATION AS
cook; an excellent washer and ironer; liaa no objec
tion to go in the country; is capable of Oiling the above
situation. Good city reference given. Please call at.
00 West Nineteenth street, in the rear, for two days.
"iIrANTFD ? A SITUATION, BY A SWISS GIRL,
VT ns chambermaid and to take care of a chil l; she
also understands French (luting and doing up fine mus
lins. Can furnish the best of references. Apply at 59
East Thirtieth street.
TT/ ANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECT A P^E
TT young girl, as cook and good baker; has no objec
tion to asaiitt with the washing. lias the best of city
reference. Can be seen for two days at 01 Weat Nine
teenth street, between Sixth and Seventh avenues.
WANTED? BY A RESPECTAIHJC YOUNG WOMAN,
a situation aa cook and te assist in the wastrng
and ironing. Has the best of city relorencu from her
last place. Please call at 168 hast Twenty-seventh
street, between First and Second avenues, second floor,
back room. Can be seen for two days.
WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
young woman, in a genteel family, to cook, wash
and iron, or do general housework in a small family; has
no objection to go a short distance in the country. Has
the best of reference from her lsat place. Can bo seen
for two days at 7H Weat Thirty- third street, between
Sixth and Seventh avenues.
AN?FD? A SITUA1ION, BY A RESPECTABLE
young woman, as chambermaid er to do general
houaework. The beet of city reference given. Please
call for two days at 67 Oliver street, third floor, room 12.
WANTED? BY A RESPECTABIiE YOUNG WOMAN, A
situation to do housework in a private family. Is
a first rate washer and ironer. Best city reference.
Please call for two days at 412 First avenue, second
floor, back room.
WANTED ? BY A RESPECTABLE PROTESTANT
young woman, a situation as chambermaid and
laundress, or chambermaid and seamstress; or would do
the general housework of a amall family. Can give
good city references. Please call at 335 Third avenue,
second floor, back room .
WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE GIRL, A SITUA
tion an good plain cook, waaher and Ironer. Un
derstands baking. Has no objection to go a short din
ts nee in the country. Good city reference. Please call
for two days at 220 Broome street.
ITT ANTED? BY A YOUNG WOMAN, A SITUATION
V* to do the general housework of a small private
family: is a good waaher and ironer. Has the best of
city reference. Can be seen for two days at 60 Spring
street, in the rear building.
WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLK GERMAN WOMAN,
a situation ax first rate cook, waaher and irsner;
speaks the English language. Please call at 17 Spring
street, second floor, front loom
WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN,
a situation aa chambermaid; is a good wanher
and ironer, and haa the beat of city reference from her
laat place. Please apply at 81 Weat Nineteenth street,
between S xth and Seventh avenues, first floor, back
room.
"11 r ANTKI) ? A SITUATION BY A WOMAN, A3 COOK,
TV waaher, and ironer. No objections to do house
work In a email family. Best city ref?ren;e. Apply at
1V8 Thirty-tilth street, between Second and Third
avenues.
Wanted? by a respectable middle aged
woman, a situation in a snail family, to do the
general houiework. Beat of reference given. Can b*
seen for two i! ay a Please call at 4M Hudson street, in
the rear, first floor, betveen Morton and Leroy.
WANTED ? A SITUATION, DV A KKSPKtTAR! J!
young giil, h* chain bi run I and waiter, or wonld
do general housework. She la a good wai tier and ironcr,
ami Is capable of taking charge of children. Can pro
duce tho ooirt of reference. Please call at 140Laur*na
street, ttccond door, rear. Can be teen rill t ngaged.
Wtf ANTED ? A SITUATION, BY A RE4PJSCTABLK
fV girl, as chambermaid and Heamstress, or to >la doe
w*. hin <; no objection* to go in the country. Good city
reference* given. l'leuse call at 207 Franklin street. Can
be Hern lor two day*.
WANTEI>? A SI IU ATION, BY A PROTE-TANT GIRL,
to do chamberwork or waiting; good reference
from her last place, l'leah* call at 101 East Twenty
eighth street, near Third arena*.
WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A NEAT YOUNG
girl of 17, an cliild'h nurse ami chambermaid; ii
a Deat w*er, snd fond of the care of a babe or growing
children, has no objection to wait on a lady who boards;
will produce satisfactory city reference, will take fiur
dollars^jioDth in a permanent situation. Call or ad
dress I^Hkat aveuue, tint floor, lor two days.
WANTED? A SlTt ATION AS COOK, AND TO A3
aikt at washing and Ironing, by a young woman,
with the best of city reference for the last live years,
aid ha* also spent a long time in England. Can be eeen,
for two day*, at 216 Kant Thirteenth strait, near F rit
avenue.
WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
young woman, an chambermaid and plain sewer, or
as plain cook in a small private family and to aaiist In the
washing and Ironing; the best of city reference given.
Please call at US West Nineteenth street, between Sixth
' and Seventh avenues. Cioi be a<en for two days.
WANTED? A SIT! 'ATI ON. BY A VERY RESI'ECTA
ble woman, a* nurst and aeamitress. Can h?
i seen at her last place, where she has lived two^ears, -73
| Fifth avenue, between Thirtieth and Thirty-first street*.
WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
young woman, to do general housework; is a good
| plain cook. washer and ironer. Good city reference given.
Pitas* call (or two days at 402 Hudson street, near De
' Kalb avenue. No objection to go a short distance In the
country.
Wanted? the washing ok a family, or a
(ew single persons, by the month, on moderate
j terras. I'lease call at 173 Wooster street, rear home,
I first door.
WANTED ? A PITI ATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
young woman, to do chamberwork and to assist
in washing and Ironing, or to mind a baby and to sew;
ha* good recommendations. Please apply at 108 West
Nineteenth ?treet, second tloor, front room
WANTED? A SITUATION WITH A FAMILY GOING
to California, by a woman who will give her aer
| vices for inch time as sufficient to make It equivalent
1 for her passage; Is capable of acting In any capacity,
(iood refetenoe can lie given. Can be seen for one week
at her present place of employment, No. 7 Ladlow
place, Houston street.
WANTED- A FIRST RATE OOOK. NONE BIT
English or German ne*d apply. Alio, an Ameri
1 can or Engliah lady, a* housekeeper; on* who U fully
competent to superintend a first class boarding house,
who would be willing to sew, *od for a moderate salary,
can secure a permanent situation, by applying at lea
j Waverley place, between the hours of 3 and b o'clock.
TTTANTED? A SITUATION, by A RESECTABLE
Y? young woman, as children'* nurse and to do
plain sewing, ha* no obieetion to travel. The best of
city refi rsnce can be glien Call at 40 Willow street,
between Pacific and Auitty, Brooklyn. Can be *e*n uu
tl engaged.
-IIT ANTED? BY TWO REFUTABLE YOUNG GIRL*
V? situations; one as chambermaid and waiter, or tj
do iLamberwork and assist in w ishing and Ironing; the
other as chambermaid and plain sewer, or would talto
care ?f children; has no objection to go a short distance
in the country can give the best of city reference.
1 leas* call at IKUI Slith avenue, between Fifteenth and
Sixteenth etr?ets, third llror, In the rear.
WANTED? A MTU ATION, BV A RESPECTABLE
young woman, as chambermaid and to do pi tin
sewing, oi us chambermaid and to assist in washing
and Ironing, good city reference can l>? given. Please
call at 10? Ninth street, near Broadway. Can be seen
for two days.
t A, ANTFIi? A WtoTFHT ANT WOMAN, TO COOK,
ft Wash and iiot AWo. an English girl, as seam
?Jree*, snd to ?'* light rharabeiwork. Apply at 97 W**t
Fourteenth stre* t, from 0 till 2 P M
?fir ANTED? A SITUATION, BY A HIGHLY RESPECT
j side American girt, a< chambermaid and child'*
' rnrse In a first civs family or would like to travel in
j raid rapacity. CWa be seen at her present place, 200
; W*at TweUietb street, for tfcree day*.
Wanted- by a respitablk young woman, a
situation to do the general houaework of a small
rTlvat* tsmily , I* a lirat rat* cook, waa-ier and Ironer.
I** the very best of city reference Caa be seen for two
days at 216 Rliabeth street, between Prince and
Houston, firit floor, up stairs.
?V) ANTED? BY A RBSPECTARUE WO** AN, A SITU
ff alien a* Uuodr??*; un4<r?Un<!s her busines*
well it to do the isi'll ' f?u**"?-tk of a '??i|v Can
jive tae ba*t ?( cl?/ t*<er*no*, l'.*w uki at 1* Gtt/
SinyUc*.
waiti.
ANTED? S1VTRALGO0D DRESSMAKERS. ? APPLY
at liS Fourth avenue.
WANTED? A PLACE AS LADY'S MAID, BY A KK
spectable Proteetsnt ?*?*? who can brlof the
beet ef city nfwntM. Apply at kir pnwiit employer'*,
$0 Eut Tweaty-flret itmt, OrtMte; park.
WANTFD? A PTTOATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
young woman, as cook; U a good coot and an ex
cellent washer and Ironer. Tba beat of city reference
from hir last place. Please call at 79 Wait Nineteenth
street, near Sixth avenue, for two days.
WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
young lady, to travel aa lady's maid or stewardess,
or a a chambermaid; no objection to travel to any part
Beat of city reference given. Can be sten-until nutted.
I Apply at 26S Bleecler street, or a note addressed to 3 A.
will be piomptly attended to.
WANTED? A SITUATION, AS FIRST RATE COOK,
washer and irontr. Beat of country reference.
Apply at 160 Eaat Twenty-fourth street, second floor,
front room.
WANTED? IN A FANCY OR DRY GOODS STORE, A
titnation, by a young lady wlo perfectly unler
ntanda her business. Inquire at 94 Eighth atreet, ilrat
floor, from 9 to 12 A. M
WANTED-A SITUATION, BY A YOUNG WOMAN,
aa seamstress or chambermaid, or to do general
housework in a small family. Apply at 406 Eighth
atreet
WANTED? A GIRL TO DO G ENKRAL HOUSEWORK;
a Oeini'in tirefemd. She must come well retsotn
mended from her last place. Inq lire at lb3 West Twen
ty second atreet, cornt. Eighth avnuue.
WANTED- BY A RESPftCTABLE WOMAN, A dil
ation aa cook in a private tastily. She per'oi tiy
understands her btisines*; is an sxcellent baker Can
give 1h* b*st ol reftieuce. Can be sjen for two daya at
248 Tenth avenue, seooin floor.
WANTED? BY A PROTESTANT YOUNG WOMAN, A
hit nation an chainoei maid and waiter; has good
City reference from her lust place Cau be seen for twi
daya at 304 Sixth atreet, be 'ween avenues B and 0.
Wanted? a situation, by a resrkc table
young woman, as cook, waahar and ironer; good
eity refcicnce given. Can be aeen for two daya at No. 44
Perry street, between Fourth and Factory streets.
HLT ANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE ENGLISH WOMAN
W a situation aa chambermaid, or a* chi.itbermiid
and waiter, in a private family; no ohjoction to the coun
try. Please address. prepaid, or apply personally to B ,
at the floral establishment of J. Buchanan, No. 9 Wost
Seventeenth atreet.
\KT A N TED ? A SITUATION, BY A RESECTABLE
7 v woman, aa oook. and to aaaiat in wash! air it re
quired; would go into the oountry with a private family;
good reference. Can he aeen for two lays at 70 West
Seventeenth atreet, between Sixth ant Seventh avenuea.
WANTED? A SITUATION AS WET NURSE, BY A
respectable marritd woman, wboae baby la only
two months old; ahe understands dressmaking and plain
sewing, and making children's fancy clothes; is of :ae
established church of England; beat of city referenda
given. Can be seen at 101 Mott street, in the rear, first
floor, till engaged.
WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE PROTESTANT GIRL,
a situation aa nurse and seamstress, or chamber
maid and waiter. Good refereneo given. Apply at 349
hjghtn avenue, over the baker's store, for two days
WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
young girl, to take care of children and do plain
sewing, or can take charge of a oaby. Has the best of
city reference. Please call at 120 Nineteenth street, be
tv een Sixth and Seventh avenues.
WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A FIRST RATE
cook, in a private family; understands all kind* of
baking, and can do up gt-ntlemen's lioen in first rata
style. Good reference given from her last place. Can
be seen for cne day, at 192 Seventh street, between ave
nips B and C.
WANTED? BY A PROTESTANT WOMAN, A SITU A
tion aa cok, washer and ironer. Good refereace,
Can be seen for two days, at 126 St. Mark's place, Tump
kins square, between First avenue and avenue A.
WANTED? BY A YOUNG WOMAN, NOT LONG IN
the country, a situation as chambermaid; would
assist in the washing, take care of childreo, or anything
in the lino of housework; is willing to make herself gene
rally useful. Wages not sa much an object as a perma
nent situation. Please call at 263 West Sixteenth street,
for three days.
WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
woman, to do the work of a small family; under
stands washing, ironing, and plain cookirg. Can be
seen for two <!ays at 82 Tenth street, in the rear.
WANTED? BY A RESVECTABIE WOMAN, A SltUA
tion aa an experienced cook. Can give the bust
reference from her last situation. Please call at 114^
Bleecker street, between (ireen and Wooeter streets,
front basement.
WJ ANTED ? FY A RESPECTABLE PROTECTANT
VV young woman, to eogago in private families as
dressmaker and seamstress. Understands all kmdi of
embroidery and family sewing Would engage by the
day, week or month. I'lease call at 183 Tlura avenue,
between FourUenth and Fifteenth streets, second floor,
front room.
*Vj(r ANTED ? BY A RESPECT' BLE YOUNG WOMAN,
[ W a situation to do general houaework. Hm no ob
jection to go to the conntTy. Gooi city reference given.
I nn be keen for two days, at No. 0 Fraakfcrt street, in
tb? rear, first floor, front room.
WANTED? BY A RESPECTABI E PROTECTANT GIRL,
a situation a* chambermaid, or to take care of
rblloren, or an plain sower; in willing to make her. el'
useful The hist of city reference ?irfn. Apply at 307
Eighth street, between avenues C and D, Brat floor, for
two days.
Mr ANTED? BY ONE FULLY CAPAI'I.E, A SITU A
V? tlon as chambermaid and launorea*, or to do gene
ral housework. The beat of reforenco given To bo seen
at her last empliyer't residence, No. 173 Eaat Fifteenth
street, where she haa worked the last a x months, to-day
and to morrow, from IV to 6 o'clock.
-II' 'ANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
Vt young woman, as chambermaid and nurae, or aa
chambermaid and waiter. In a private family. Good
city reference given. Please call thla day at No 6
Columbia atieet, Brooklyn, second story, frout room.
ITT' ANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOC'NO WOMAN,
VV a eituaticn as good cook; is a Aral rate washer
I and ironer, the beat of city reference given. Can be
| seen at 36 Essex street, back room.
"II f ANTED ? BY A YOUNG GIRL, A SITUATION AS
Vv chambermaid and waiter, or chiinbermaid and
plain <o?er. la willing to make herself gen-rally useful
to b? r employer. Good city reference given Can ha
seen in litr last pl?ce, for two days, 17 West Thirteenth
street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues.
W'ANTKD? A SITUATION, BY A 8XSPBCTABLI
youug woman, b.h good wasljf.r an 1 ironer, and
understands general houaework aid plain cooking. Good
relermcee given Inquire at 10, >4 Downing street, se
cond lloor. for two days
?1/ ANTED? A GOOD NURSE, 10 TAKE CHARGE OF
Vt tuo small children. Inquire for Mrs. JefTeriee,
No. 37 Irving place, coiner ot b.xteen'.h street, between
Third and Fourth avenues.
WANTED- A SITUATION, BY A YOUNG WOMAN,
a* cook, washer and irom-r, or would do general
be usework ; l.as lived two years in her last plane good
reference given, l'leaoe call at 36 We?t Thirteenth street,
baca room, first floor. Can be aeen for 'wo days.
MIT ANTED ? BY A RESPKCrABl-E YOUNG WOMAN
VV who spieks Engliah, Fr. neb, ami German, a situ
ation aa Ftams'iena or chambermaid in a respectable fa
mily. Best city reference given. Inquire at 3t> Wast
Broadway, up ntairs.
WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
yonng woman, as cook, washer and irDner, pr to
do general housework, In a small private family. Good
city reference given. Apply at Gft West Thirty fl'th,
street, corner of sixth avinue. Can be seen for twj days.
IT' ANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE SCOTCH WOMAN,
W about tliirty years olu, a situation at stewardea* of
asteain or sailing vessel, hot filled a finvlar situation be
fore. Can be seen for three days, at 'J61 Monroe street,
flrat floor.
WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A WOMAN WH3
understands cooking in all its branches, an 1 is
willing to assist in waslrng and ironing Can give
refert rce from soma of the beat families in the city
1 lease apply at 73 Fourth street, near Hammond.
WANTED? BY A RESPECT A RLE MARRIED WOMAN,
three or four gtntlenieni' waahing, or two small
private famHiea. Ibe be?t of reference can be given.
Please call at 44 Wast Thirteenth street, back room, flrat
floor.
WtJ ANTED? A SITUATION, AH WKT NURSE, BY A
VV healthy parson, with plenty of milk Good re
ference given. Can be a??n for two days a? 201 9ft* t
Twenty -third atreat.
WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE PHOTES! ANT GIRL,
a situation to doclainl er sroik and assist In waatx
ng and Ironing. Apply this day at 21 l'jvington stiet t,
n the rear, flrat flojr.
WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG GIRL,
a situation to do gene al housework in a small
private family, ia a gold plain cook, wa?her and Ironer
lias good retertnres I*l< ?se call at 21ft Sulllvaa street,
room P. Can be so? n for two days.
XJ J AMKD-BY A RESPECTABLE PKOThlTTANT ENG
VV liab girl, a s tuatkn, l? a first rate cook, wa?lier
and ironer. Can prcdtiee the best of city reference. Can
be seen for two days, if rot engaged. None need appK
but the moat resixr table UioiJi** Pleaae call at 8*
hast Eleventh street, top room.
WANTED- B? A RMPtfn AIM F. GIRL, 1* YEARS OK
age, a situation ai cbtloren's nurse. Can do pla'n
sewing and embroidery perfectly wetl Can be seen for
two days. Fleas* call at k7 Eaat Elevcntb a'rest, top
KM.
WANTED? A SITUATION, BY AN AMERICAN GIRL
aa eook, wash?r and in-ncr in a small family, or
tr> de jer.era' housework. Car be seen for two days at
N*. 4 Horatio street, second floor, bask rvviu. U<. of
(it/ rrfacrace jivia
WAJfTB.
WET NURSE WANTED? WT!H GOOD RBOOMKEN
dation, and folly competent to toko charge of ft
bftbjr; one who lout bor own preferred Apply immedi
ately at No. 02 Warren ? treat, Ave doors from Henry,
Brooklya.
WANTED-A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
young woman, asobil.lren's nurse and seamstress;
can ont ladiee' and cblldren'a dresses. (Joed citv
reference c?n be given. Call at 303 Kant Twelfth a treat,
first lioor, front room. Can be seen for two days.
*?T ANTED? TWO YOUNG LADIES, OF THE HIGHEST
V* respectability, good address and geuteel appear
and. wbo can give good references, to attend In a ?t >re
cn Bread way. Bu? mess l'gbt, genteel and r?speotable.
Tl'cse ex perie need preferred. Apply between 13 and 12
o'clock, for two days, at 667 Broadway, corner of Prinoe
sueet
fT' ANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
IT girl, as a good cook, washer and iioner; is a good
baker; is willing to make herself useful; bail no objeo
tion togo ft short diutftnee In the country. Hood city
re 'en-tee. Can be seen for two days at No. 3 Sixth
street, fiont basement.
WANTED? BY *A RESPECTABLE ENGLISH WOMAN,
a situation aa cook in a hotel or rertauraut; one
who is well experienced In tbe business aal understands
cooking in all its branches. The best city reference
given, l'le&ie call for two days at 280 Bowery, up
stairs.
?fl ' ANTED? ON E GOOD DRESSMAKER; ALSO AP
VV prentii.es. Apply at 271 Sprlug street, between
Hi dsrn and Yarick.
\I ANTtD ? BY A WOMAN, A SITUATION AS COOK
W in a private family; understands all ' 0j
tour', JeUI^, pastries, creams, Ac. b? flet~' tiU
???"* ?? * ?k? MftftSi ?? ?? Km VH 11 tM L , . ,
ga^r*. v.tuer?. ~ *trt>ti fta'l Seventh
avenue.
JT' ANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE WOMAN, A S TUA
rV tiin, in a private family; is a good cook, and
?n excellent washer and ironer. Goud city rofereu-e cin
be given from her present employer Apply 211. fecund
avenue, between Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets.
On We seea for tro days.
WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A SMART, TIDY
yoang wi.rnan, to oook, wash and irou in u soiall
private family. Can give good city reference. I'leuje
call or addrecs M G , 401 Pearl street.
TTf ANTED ? A SITUATION. BY A M03T TUJST
VV worthy young girl, a.< children's nurse and seim
otrecH; is very nea'., And kind to children Can pioduce
the very bent ch<iracter, and has no objection to the
country. Call at 07 Hudson street, corner of .lay, ?eniad
floor, front room. Can bo seen for tv.o days if not en
gaged.
WANTED? A SITUATION, BY V RESPECTABLE
young woman, to do general housework; is a good
cook, washer and iioner. Can give good reforonees, was
three years In her last place. Please call at 317 Kirst
avenue, between Nineteenth and Twentieth streets, third
floor, front room.
ilT ANTED ? A l'Rf ) TKSTANT WOMAN, TO DO TIIS
TV general housework of a family, consisting of thr-*e
perFoni, to go to Tarrytown, to-day. She must be *
food coak, washer and Ironer, and understand geueral
ouseworlr. Te a person thoroughly capable seven dol
lar* ft month will be given. None others nied apply.
Application, with references, to be made at 132 Cham
bers street, between 10 and 2 o'clock.
WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE PROTESTANT
young woman, ft situation as nurso and seam
stress; can cut and fit children's cresses. Would havo
no objection to go South or West. Hss good recommon
pations as to capability nnd honesty. Please call at No.
00 Market street, New York, or at No. 129, at the corner
of Ccurt and liegraw streets, South Brooklyn, for threo
days.
?treet, WiUUmkburg! ' No' 82 South Fourth
WANTED? SALESMEN, IN THE SILK, DELAINE,
print and flannel departments. LORD & TAYLOR,
Grand street.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY? AN EXPERIENCED DRUG
clerk. To one able to take entire charge of a store
ft permanent situation, with good silsry, ii oifered. Re
commendations of the llr?t character required. Apply
at the southwest corner of Myrtle avenue and Bridge
street, Brooklyn.
?fl/ ANTED? BY A TEACHER OF MUSIC, TWO OR
VV tl ree children to instruct as remuneration for
board. Address Music, box 2, f 81 Po.it Ofllce.
WANTED? EMPLOYMENT, BY A STEADY YOUNG
man, 20 years of age, as waiter, porter, or in a
grocery or liquor store; understands all that kind of bu
siness. Has tbe best reference, and can give security
tor honesty and sobriety If required. Will he found au
af'iuistiion to any employer. Address John O. Harrell,
94 West Twentieth street, lor one week.
WANTEI>? BY A RESPECTABLE MAN, A SITUA
tu n ?f< gardener or eoschman; has a perfect know
let' ge of both, and has a thorough knowh dge of horses
sncJ the raising of black cattle. Has no objection to city
or country. Can produce satisfactory reference. Can
be seen ' cir two da) s, at 289 Kiitabeth street, two doors
Irom Bleecktr street
WANTED? BY A RESPKCTABLK PROTtsrANl'
young tnan, 17 years of age, a situation to drive a
horse atd wsgon in the city; or ha' no ob action to learn
ing ft trade or at-aist tn a store, or live up town tv ih a
gentle iima. < an write a fair liamt. Is wili ng to work
sod make himself u: eful. Is honest ml of st !/?r habits.
Please call or address 346 Greouwich stuet, top floor,
room 17.
TJJTANTED- BY A YOUNG MAN, Or GOOD CH4JUC
Wf ur, a situation ai porter iu a banking or other
huslreax firm, Cnn give undeniable city rufei?nce a* to
li .elity and capability. Ad.ire.i-. K O , Herald office.
WANTFD? A MAN COMPETENT TO TAKE CH VHOE
of a farm ; muit be ii practical farmer, and tho
roughly understand the raising of ftrtiu and stock.
North of Ireland or Eeo'cli preferred. Alio, places
speedily procured for coachmen, waiter*, barkeeper-, an f
oysteimen. For further particulars, apply at 70 Third
avecue.
** ANIFI) IMMEDIATELY ? A RUSl'KGTABLE PER
TT son, of good addr-sa, to obtain subscribers for a
work about to be ptiblabed, especially Intended tor
artists and admirers of tbe arts. Apply for further par
ticulars at the office of Virtue, Kimnmi k Co., publish
ers, 26 John street, up stairs, from in to o'clock.
8iOB6? UffUl
"11/ ANTED? A SITUATION AH WAIIEK IN A m
TT vate family, by an expeiienced man. a I'rcteatan%
ai.d without incumbrance Han good city reference.
Audita* J. P., 87 Sixth avenue, first tioor up stairs.
Yl'ANTED^IN A TaIUUUNgT KS TABUSU MF.N r, A
Tv trimnrer; one who iu a good man and mlling to
mike himself useful In tlio stor->, Address, in hand
writing only, Tailor, care Messrs. Till &. Cook, No. 299
Brotilny.
J A vTi.li? A BITt ATION. BY A Yol\NO MAN,
aa engineer, to take lull chnrg? of tin engine in
the -ity or country Heat of city reference given. I'letse
call for two daya, at 104 WmI Twenty eighth street, be
tween Sixth and Seventh avenues.
Vji" ANTED? A SITUAnON, B? ? RKSIICVABTjE
TT ycun f man us coachman; he understands his
tuainr ps perfectly well, the l>e?t of city refert nee from
1 i< laat employer; no objection to go a short diati>nce in
the country. Cau be seeu for one day at Oft East six
teenth street.
\tf ANTED? B\ A RESPECTABLE YOUNG MAN, A
TT situation as coachman in a private family ; la
willing to assiat In the garden and make himtelf gene
rally useful. Country pre: erred. 1'letae ca'l for two
day s at Broome street, off K->sex.
WJ ANTED ? BY A YOUNG SCOTCHMAN, ABOUT
tweLty two year" of age, a aituation as porter in
a rlrpptug or commission warehouse; u not afraid t.?
work, ana will make himself gem rally useful. Address
I. larg ur, Herald ofrioe.
~A.vihl )? A BOY FROM FIFTEEN TO 8EYXN1EEN
yeara old, one who has been in a store an t can
write a legible Land; capable of opening and (hutting a
?tore. Ti.e belt of re irenee will be required. Apply
at "f2 Broaoway.
la ANTED? AN AITRKsTI'.F. T( > A~II A I ill I itK^KIt.
f ? Inquire at 6&3 Broadway, up stairs. E. VATJfP.
117 ANTED? A "SB OK gaum OR EIGHTEEN
TT years of age, in a retail clot Ling business, In this
city. Only sueh as hare some experionce in tbe lame
kind of business need apply, with good recimmendations,
at No. 131 Kigbth avenue, between Sixteenth anl Seven
ter nth streets. None other need apply.
t\! ANlElt-X S-TEWABD,~IN AN EX rENiUYE DINING
TT establishment. Nona need apply unless they
thoroughly understand tie business. Audress box 1,'j.ti
I'oat (>t?ce
II' A ITER AND FIRE BOY WANTED AT ANDERSON'S
TT lle'.ii, SO Reaoe atreet Apply between 8 anl 9
o'clock thi ? aorniog. None but English or Scotch n-'vl
?pt'iy.
u. ANTED? AT MANNING'S OITICE, 201 BOWERY,
TT il i?s, | otter , cwaeboosn, grooms, gtrdeuer*
n.trfor?:ote?, fi.rw?ia, toys tor saloons and good traJea.
also a iinmter of good'eooka, severs! plain souks, ?aih
era aid in tiers, chambermaids, nur-?s a?.aaistre?eea,
?<.nrr*i li' U?e 'eivaut?, and a fe? ainili girls .or c.ty and
coantry N B. ? Rubs of this office to bo *cco
ffit/h |A ACTTVF HAN IN EVERY 00 fTY
'? In the 1 nion wanted a- general agen', to
i. . poiat sul> spert and collect for an arl-le w .nteifn
t?\erj fsrn ly fnlaiy fin t year and a comm'aa'on
"to avid tj " lftters of th> curious, rone wdl rejetvo at
!<li ion t ut thr ee cciitalning twenty five eent?, |s>Stpail,
1o riefray the etpei its of samples aent with fu'J particu
lars b\ mail. A litre a
1 H. SII..V3 M LEWI5 Brooklyn, N Y
THE MIulTAHY.
INDEI-ENDD(T BATTAI JON ' FORRE1T l.I ilir
Gnard ? The officers and numbers of th a !<?tuiioo
are hereby notified to appear at 22 White street, on
Thursday evtnicg Mareli H, at 8 o' sleek, to re.oire their
eq'tlpiu.ecta for the parade. By order.
WM P. VAI.KN TINE, Major Com uandlug.
W. L, CaM>iH, Adjutant.
rr<OTHF VIRERAN8 OF 1812, OR THI.IR WIDOWS.?
_f Those who received forty acres o! land are now epti
t.#d to 120 teres more, and those ? Uo rereired eighty
acres are entitled tr eifaty acres mora and ran obtain
U.?.r warraato of tL? V. 7. SEX ZJ, iw nasi
str4?v, bM* m?At.
THE TRAPBB, AC.
A GARDENER, WHO HAS THREE TEARS RE
J\. fereuoe from his last place, which he has just left,
isderlrous of a situation; la a married man, and his
wife would also be glad to act m dairymaid; hU refer
ence* arc unexceptionable. PlaaM call or Mod to No. 00
East Fourteenth street, for one week.
A GARDENER WANTS A MTU ITION ; HE PERFECTLY
understands his business, and the care and manage
ment of horses. Ihe best of city reference, if reauixed.
Please call at 92 Henry street, first door, for two days.
f> ARDENER WANTED? ONE WHO UNDERSTANDS
VJ gardening in all its branches, ami witling to nstWe
bimsell generally useful. Apply at 9d Fourth avenue,
on or beiure Saturday next.
Gardner.? wanted, an experienced vege
table gardener, (single,) by a gentleman, about ten
miles from tbe city. No poison need apply who cannot
produce satisfactory testimonials. Addresi T. W. 3.,
Herald oflice.
GARDEKF.lt. ? WANTED, A SITUATION, I(Y A SOBE t,
industrious man, as gardener and farmer; under
stands V t care of cattle; bis wife th-? care of a dairy.
Gocd city rt-lt-ronc given. Aldressll. F , b?x 172 lii r ild
office, for this week.
JOURNEYMEN RARBKRS.? WANTED, A FIRST R\TE
liuud ; he must thoroughly understmd hair cutting
aud dyeing, be smart sad attentive to customers and
able to lurniah good reli-ren-.es; such a one may hear of
a constant situation and good salary, by applying to J.
H. Thompson, No. 0 Warren street, between the hours
of 9 and 10 A. M.
mo MANlTAOTriRKR*? AN ENGINEER? THE SUB
? ??? "? * - - -,J
_S trtiWr, la'.e engineer wiui i'roi.n-sar Jiapon, wo.?
be plensed t<- make an engagement, either for the city
or country. Is in possession of good testimonials from
hia luU> employer, to wbom parties wishing to engage
blm may refer. Addiees T P. PASCALL, at 227 Eighth
avenue.
I'O Tailors and clothiers ? one of the first
cut'era In tbe city ia open for an tngagement, well
qualified to conduct a first class trade, and a thorough
man of boi-iuess. Good reference from last situation.
Add teas G. Gill, 209 Hudson street, n?ar Canal.
T'O TAILORS? WANTED, AN EXPERIENCED CUSTOM
cutUr- one who understand:! the tailoring business
in alt ita branchos ? to go Went. An unmarried man
preferred. Apply loF. M. Wever, at Earle'ii Hotel, at
& P. M., until Wednesday next.
10 MERCHANT TAIIORS. ? A GOOD fOATANDPAN
taloon cutler, whose present employer Is leaving
the city, wants a situation Two years reference given
Address C. C. C., Herald offloe.
rilO MEK CHANT TAILORS AND CI.OTniERS. ? WANT
J ed. a situation by a first class custom cutler, in a
tailoring or clothing store; the beat of city reference
given. Apply to Mr. Marian, 299 Lroadway, up *friir?,
or to G. Hlbbard, 40 Montgomery Itreet, Jersey City.
f|iO MERCHANT TAILORS.? A PERSON OF LOXO
Jl experience In a laslitonable, firat class tailoring
bus n< ts, ia desirous of obtaining a situation as cutter
in a respe:tabl? bouae, in this or some Southern city.
Address Acacia, Herald oflice. Sat.sfactory reference
Rivfcu.
TO PLUMBERS.?' WANTED, A JOURNEYMAN PLUMB
er, at 263 Court street, Brooklyn.
T) BUILDERS ?WANTED, A SITUATION AS FORK
man, by a middle aged man, competent to take
charge of shop or buildings Good relerenie given. Ad
drena G , Herald oflice.
1.0 WOOD ENGRAVERS ? WANTED, GOOD WORK
man. to take charge of an engraving establish
ment in this city, where tbe work for two monthly
magazines are engraved. Apply to FRANK LKSLIU, 12
Hj ruce afreet, between 10 ami 12 in the morning.
WANTF.I>? AN EXPERIENCED WATCHMAKER, TO
go into the country. One who can come well re
commended will hear of a desirable situation by calling
at 31 Maiden lane, up stairs.
WANTED? A PENCIL AND PEN CASE MAKKR, TO
go out of town; a first rate hand to take charge
j of a shop. Good wagae and ateady employment. Aa
drees box 85, Baltimore, Md.
WANTED? A SITUATION AS GARDEVER, BT A RE
apectable young man, twenty eight yeu-s of age,
, lately married; understands tbe art of gardening well,
having learned f t in Its various branches; understands
the care of horses, and !s a careful driver; also, farming,
ltav'ng had t h r. e yesrs' experience in this country, and
the raining of yo.ing stock. Good reference given. Can
be aeen for two days, or address B. O. C. , at May hers &
Co 's agricultural warehouse and seed store, 197 Water
atreet.
1*- ANTED? TWO CABINETMAKERS, ON DE1KS;
I W wages, $9 per week. Places obtained for clerks,
' school teachers, men on steamers and railroads, porters,
barkeepers, coachmen, ostlers, Arc. Employers can get
I good assistants. " Apply at 341 Broadway, base-nent.
T. Si'lNK.
HILL1NERT GOODS.
SrjAA CARIllNS OF ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS,
iUv v French and American, consisting of a
I complete assortment of the newest styles for tbe present
season, will be sold thirty per cent under tbe regular
I price to cash buyers, and ia well worth the attention of
I milliners and jobbers.
DAVID STRAUS, 210 Bowery, tip stairs.
LEGHORN BONNETS, TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED
straws, luisies' hgtorn frocts with silk croons,
I i.luticn tind >iW bonnets, for fatterns, just openod, by
WM. BROWN, lato Dunsmere it Brown, 443 Broadway,
np stairs.
rro MILLINERS? MRS. W. RALI-HfOS, 07 CANAL
I atreet, b<^(s 10 inform her numerous customers that
she will open, on Thurmliy, (March 8, a splendid assort
ment o( Paris pattern bonnets, selected from the best
boures in Paris, febe will also open a rich and elegant
variety of her own bonnets, embracing every desirable
style and color for tbe spring. A very distinguished sa
Irction of straw flowers and straw trimmings will be ?x
bilnted. MilHivers wbo like to secure liaudsome styles
Of hats are particularly requested to caU.
MUSICAL.
A I ARGE .ASSORTMENT ?F SUPERIOR PIANO
f(rtW, from 0 to 7 octave*, with the advantage of
E.etallic iiauicn, in elegant canon, at an immeuae reduc
tion in price; a'.-o Fecoudband pianoa, from $76 to #1)0,
i.t 0. k H BABMORE'S, 348 llleecker at.eet.
ALALY, PUPIL OK HERTZ, WITH A THOROUGH
knowledge of the trench language, wlattea to give
ini tructlcn to a few private pupili on the pianoforte and
in the above language. For teima, apply to M'me T.,
W b Broadway.
AL-AIjY, AN ACCOMPLISHED PIANIST, AND A
pupil cf acme of the beat ma -ten in Europe, wishes
to g ivij ltiNtrueUon in the above branch, where she ii
mre of pleating, bhe would alao instruct In the Krearh
U . KunK'' if required. l'leaiie address E. >'., care of Mr.
Dillon, 4'j1 Pearl atreet.
AUORHEON, AOCOliDEON.? THE ACCOKDEON
taught r y a new nnd Many method in - ix lea'ona.
liruiit $(., in nuvauce. Rooms open from 9 A. M to 6 P.
M. At 1?)2 Cha bam ?tre?t, every evening till 8 P. U.
I'rofcaaors J. L. k II. P. JACOBS, 44.1 llroadway, up
atsira.
71 OMAN PIANOS.? A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
u \ J theae lauutitul Instrument*, made b y 1. Gilbert
& in., own. re of tbe aolian, are fcr aale only at 338
Brcsriuay, by HORACE WAl'EliS, >ole agent. To suit
aciue portbaoera, monthly payment* taken. Pianos to
rent.
Kl.ODh.0NS. ? S. D. K H. W. SMITH'S MR > 0IUX)NS
tuned* the equal temperamout, <-*n he found
(>Bl> at the mueic am) piano atore of HORACE WATERS,
333 Uroadway. The trade aupplied on tbe most liberal
tcrmi.
HEW MUSIC.?' "Onr lioya," worda by C. D. .Stuart,
?cialc by Thima* Baker, 36 cento j a right cheery
Ming of tbe "Young Aoj?rica school, anng hy <?<M>d h
Cfcriatis's Miictrela witn great kiicccm. Lithographs of
"Our Boya" on title page. "Sparkling Polka, by the
Fame coiiipoaer, in having an immenae run; seventh <"11
tn n '* now cut. HOltACE WAT&RS, 333 Broadway.
Muaic at the reduced rate*.
?jIANOFORr>? WOUU) GIVE AN OKDfcR UPON ONE
IT of the beat et>tabli*hir<-nla in exchange for dry good*
fiom a g<KKl liftuae. Aildreaa Piano, Heiala office.
SECOND HAND PIANOS? VRKY LOW PiUCrS? ONE
at $40, *110, $120. $13;., $105, $175, HOT, may be
fnutil at tba inunlc and piano store of HORACE WA
| 1ER.-4, 333 Broadway.
MOTKI.8. _ _
AVr*>R PLACT HOTEL, N08 733, 7:.5 AND 737
Broadnay, (opFo?ite Aalor l'lase.) Several aulta
of very |lea?ant romna (on Broadway) are now beinj
vacated at thia family lwtel, and will be rented on r?a
| poeable terma.
HOIM. BRIGHTON, BOl LOGNK (gUR MER), FRAHCK
? T? tawilie* romg le hnrope. A gentleman !?'.?
It frr.m Euro,)*, can aafeiy recommend t!ie "Hotel Brigh
toB," aj- not cnly the b<itin the place, but aa one of tbe
t>? ct in Ei. rope situated at a coovenient distance from
11 e rahoal. aod being in the mi-Idle of a Urge garden,
11) i- lio'ei i?atesaee all the com.'otla Ui airable for we?iUiy
fam Ilea.
]J OiJ RIM.rs HOT^X, 767 ANO 750 BUOABWAt,
( ''>ic ?r of Clinton Place? conducted on the European
j J.- n ? t Hera >n?urpa>-ed a^commodationa to faqiiliee or
iiJIvldual* in ? act of handsomely furnlabed aud neatly
I ' 1 1 apai'meLta, with or without board, at reasonable
i?: ?, HPd wt>-re all tie comfort* of a quiet Le# Eng
i'-td Loi.-.e can be enjoyed.
rt'LE ATI AN TIC HOTEL, HO. ? WOADW \Y, IS
1 in w oj?n again under the mann^ement ot J. I/O , ??
.M y A Co. Boardera r.>n ><? aorommodated by th<- dsy
or ee. k on ree nnahV termt. Good rosin* aud bo?rd on
the Euixpean (Ian. *
I.MNC INO ACADKMTKS.
JvANCINO ? MOKE NEW CLASHES. ? L DK 0.
t BROOK.*, :? ?i Troome street, la u,? furming eeve
i*i nee claesea, t<i couiman'^l .nirre iiaielr. All the fa
al ioni ble <la?< < ? taught in one couree oi i -aaona. Prl
? a?e leeeone at various hours. Boirtee Wed- c? lay
Blghte.
L- aNCDIO ACAMMY, 21 ilOWARB STREEI.? M'LU
CAIU>LIN E VUII.N8 heg? leave to inform the pub
Ik that she bns op*ae<! her daiicing aeadeny, f it the la
?trueiioa 'of ladia* tni gentlemen la '.he aoat ityllek
<aa? a of ui. te) . L. L*,c praol.^e LTfJS 4 ? *i?M f.
M. to tea ia U>* #ml?|
COPARTWKR8HIP WmOlt
?WANTED, A PKB90N WITH "1W
j Mnount, to anf age in manufacturing
?pie article, (pitnM,) w til oh will, bj
ail HA TO $2C0. ? A CHi
tuoo. ? Wanted, I
take one l.alf 'nterest iua new
attention, realise an ample fortune. Extensive cuh or
der! ahead , security given U required . For an interview
address box 796 Post Office
4hQ AAft ?A GOOD BUSINESS MAM, WITH
|Bm?V v V? or without this sum, may obtain aa
Interest In a money making concern A person moro oi
lers acquainted with medicines preferred. Application
confidential. Apply to A. Bishap, Herald office, wit',
real address.
(Th-| AAA -A PEKSON WITH THK AUOVK
JJpX- V vJvJ . amoint would he glad to invest It in
some Hsfe an-i profitable business. Please aid reus W.
W., Poughkeepsie Post Office, with real name and busi
ness, a* acme other will be attended to.
^1 AAA TO $1,500. ? A PERSON WITH TRW
'U amount want4 a situation, will loan
toe money t? bis employer for one yearon good security,
or will go sk partt.tr in * good p vying business tha: i?
already established. or buy i? business. Address J. B.,
box 154 Herald office for three day*, with roal nam-,
stating particular*, kc N. B ? Brokers need no', an
swer. ,
rth ?' f\f\ OK $1,000 WANTED, WITH AN AS30C.A" R,
jlpOv/ v' >? an undertaking of llluitr?te<) Vsctjr**
and expeditions, of an unuauilly superior^ H ^criclion.
A *oll informed eligible patty, Of respect%b*iity, wih ob
tain unquestionable security and an int<v?-<t both valii
able and agreeable. Adrass Agricola, 'oox 73 Broadway
Post Office.
-X JOIN A 1'Kft.
\_/ ? son in purcuas.nz a ca?a mimoeM. w ???,
having been connected w th it, nan a thorough know'
ledge of the business, which no* pays $200 a tnon1'?.
and may be gttatly in:reased and exvnded. Apply to
C. B. HOWICS, b7 Nassau street, Room No. fl.
dttQAA ?WANTED, A PARTNER IN A REAL
?Ol_/v/e estate business la |tV.e lower part of tin
city: to an active man w'.th from S301) to $500, till is a
good opportunity. Call at 289 Broad tr.iy, rooin 10.
CHANCE TO MAKE A FOR
a man of steady habits, to
sash busineus, in which a
large amount will be realized every day. Apply to K.
MjmAHON, 170 Chatbam street.
A PARTY ENGAGED IN l'HE BOOT AN]) SHOE
trade, In one of the best established stands in
>klyn, surrounded by every facility for a larj$e rash
business, wlshss a partner with $1,000 or $1,(00, either
active or special, to engage in enlarging the business,
wh'cb, without any additional expense, can be easily
done to an extent that wilt pay. Address, for tne week,
B. B. C , Herald office.
A PARTNER WANTED, WITH A SMALL CAPITAL,
to engage in the tea and co'iee business in th;n
eity. Ttie applicant must be acquainted with the busi
ness. Address immediately (with real nimt and ad
dress) I,. E. J , Herald office, stating when and whorr
an interview can be had .
APAR3NER Wim FOUR OR FIVE HUNDRED
dollars wanted, by a lvly, who understands t,u?
cutting and making of all kinds of under garments for
ladies or gentlemau in the most fanhinabla manner; has
had some experience, and tbe best of reference. Fur an,
interview address X. X. Y., Union square I'ost Office.
CARPENTER ANI) BUILDER ? AMERICAN ? ON K WHO
is tliorocghly acquainted with carrying on the
business would meet wt'h a rare chnuce to omm?nce
business iu a shop ready furn shed, whore there Is plen
ty of buniness. in this city, with or without a partus.
Hie best of reference required. Address Builder, Herald
Office, for tine- days. fl
DBHOLUTION? THE LIMITED PARTNERSH'P HKRK
tofor? existing between the undersi;ne) und'r the
name of William H. Miller, is this day dissolved by mu
tual content. WIIJ/AM H. MILiJOt,
JaME8 THOMSON.
New York, March 1, 1866.
The undersigned have this day formed a copartner
ship for carrying on the tlu and japanned ware basi
net's, under the name of Miller V Morrison
WILLIAM H. MILLER,
JONATHAN MORRISON. I
New York, March 1, 1865.
TO CAPITALISTS ? WANTED, A l'ARTNEK TO AS
sUt In bringing out a valuable invention in ttii*
country and in Europe, and to cirry on an old estab
lished iron work*. Address National, Herald office,
stating where an interview may be had.
The copartnership heretofore existing be
twee-n the subscribers, unlar tb? firm of Draper A
Rowland, Is hereby dissolved by mutual consent. The
business of the firm will be settled by tbe subscriber,
Caleb K. Draper, who is author z?d to use the name ot
the said firm for that purpose. CALEB K. DRAPES.
DIV1D ROWLAND.
New York, March 1, 10S5.
TO BUTCHERS.? WAN' l'Kn, A OENTKBL MAN, Af
partner, with or without c?pital, one who under
stands butchering and tending a tir.-t clasi meat and
vegetable market, up town TUe best of references re
qnired. Apply at 884 Broudwiy, for two days, frjiv .
to 6, P. M.
TTTANTED? A PARTNER, WiTH A MM ALL CAPITAL,
W in one of tbe best drinking saloons in the city,
ar.d doing the most bi sin?-ss as tbe owner hm otii><i
businei-s to attend to. Inquire ol HOLBROOtC k WAR
REN, Auctioneers, 00 Bowery.
DRY OOODN, &C.
CAA PIECES OK NEW SILKS, SUITABLE FOP
OUU the present season will lie op?n?d on Monday,
March 5, atfls per yard. A T STEWART k CO., Broad
way, Chambers anu Read* streets.
CLOTHS CAS8I MERES, VE-HINOS AND MATEitl AI>
suitable for boys' wear, Aic. ? A. T. STEWAKr h
CO. have oprnod in their retail sjore a cepa>tni?nt f<M
the sale of the above goods in quantities to suit cui
tomera, and will continue to inake adliliom of use
goods by the arrival ot every steamer. Bro?dwav>
Chambers and P.oade streets.
FIHKHJLTr, MANUFACTITRER OF LINEN AN"
c cr?|m collars, 184 Lauren* street, Veir York, hat
on hand an extensive aesortmrnt of colUro, of the tuos<
fashionable styles and best make iu the city. N. 11?
A note requesting to see samples will receive prompt at
tentlon.
T
ball ccatumua ?re reafly for lu* pect'on at the orl
giLal costume warehouse 08 Prince street, ne?r Ni'jio'
t.urden. Mr. 0. Morris just arrived from London, l?
prepared to supply niuoni;< r* with every ceicription ?'
proptitiea, and every other tbea'rical requisite.
TU0MA3 .U AO WICK.
WET GOODS, PER BUI I' DEVONSHIRE, SOI.D A1
auction by order of the Underwriter*. ? Juat re
celved elegant double damask, snowdrop and figured ta
ble cltths, Cs , fls. tnd Ha., 2 ynrda squsre, worth dnu
ble; 2 yards wide table linen 5a. C.l per yard, embroider
ed and tambor drapt-ry If. a *ar.l, fine yard wide shirt
ing iineu 2s. and SB. (id. a yard; snowdrop linen napkins
lli. a don. ; Indies' linen iiandkerchie's, extra line, la
apiece, at 1!' lU'KTT'H cheap store, 1W1 (.r ind atreet
corner oi Mulberry.
Wkt gouijP' ?wet goods: : wet goods;:!? thj.
bargains that A 0. UQL1T, 37 ltird avenue, U
offering in w*t linens, linon t'ainasVs. napkins, toweling
I'ami.'k table cloths, qullta, print!, shirtin** an I utient
ings, la truly astonishing, and our adnoe to all win
wish to secure a grtat argain la to call to day.
Nl'KlNCi FASHIONS.
JfcPfcNCE k SONS WILL OPEN ON THURSDAY
* Mb iust , a large and splendid assortment of rib
buns. silks, blond laces, French dowers, dress trimmings
and a variety ol goods for th* spring trad*. 27 and 27 't
Division stieel.
Mb. uiaramniK, wbowkry, oornkr ot
s llaater at' eat, will open thla day, (Tu**lay.;
Marc t. 6, part of his importation of rich spring ribbons
millinery goods, and ladles' drcua trimming ribbons.
rLOTHINU, AC.
A LARGE QUANTITY OF CART OFF CLOTONc
wantsd.? Gentlemen having left off wearing ap
psrel to dlepote of. in laige or amall quantities, ahal
receve the very highest price for them by applying V
er addressing "lhoni?s D t'onroy, 461 Pearl street, be
twren City Hail place and Centre str?et.
CAST ( FF CLOTHING AND FCUHITCRE WANTED -
Ladles or gentlemen having any ol tte aame to d. I
prse cf can obtain a fair cash price by availing fix
he anb?rriber, at his residence, No 06 Elm street, w
through the post. M. 3. OOHKN.
N. B ? 1 Allies attended by Mr?. Cohen.
CAST OFF CLOTHING AND FifRKTTURE WANTU)
l*d>s or gentlemen having any ol the same to Ji ?
pose of, rtsoiilsla a fair and c*sh price, by sendiag fw]
the subscriber at his residence, or tlim'itfh the post. No. I
13 Elm street. L M Dl'ddKI.DORP.
V, B.? Ladle* attended by Mrs. D
CtA^T OFF CLOTHING ?92, MO WOHtU WANTED. ?
J The highest price liter-illy gives, and cash paid in i
current mcoey. Apply to ) AM It-' M< MONEY, 11 BsxIaJ
street, formerly Or?u.r- Hi'iat'O* wanted ?lth a
chant fir an arthe, int'Utgmt to> fit a eari of age.L
Apply as aKve.
CLOTHING? 1.AI It* OK GF..N 71 hME> liAi N . A -Y j
to disport of i snrec-.ve a fulr jirrt in r%,h b/n
sending to the store 12 I .a arms street near Can ' o* \1 i
West Moadsay. or by letter tbr-.aga the p?'?? fllae.
1 Adit a attended by Mis Cohen 8. C >H?N
Men and boys' clothing, at wholesale anu
Tt tail, frcni lU to 2*1 p* ' Clt*t ' thar. geo?r?l
prices, at .1. VANDERBILT'S kl Fulton treei Oaro'it* j
made to erdt r in the best style. 1 he rut iir? o p\.t?wot>f
hithsotn CO difli^ult haii he. n reilurr to a certslbty %t4
warrantwl to fit iu ev-iytt-le of fsslion Tour pa
tronag'. is rcspectfolly solicit- 1. t?pen natil H P. M
"VOCTHS' and CHILDREN' =? Cl/)THINa -JOSKi'fl
J B. Cl^se, Railey A Oo , No 8 I'ari p'Jfe, opp"?i"
tie Qty Hall, bare now on *?nd the 'est assor'ed sp' >?
tnd sun.mer stoi** and styles to be fO'JKl in ttk* UeiteJ
i-tatea, and suitable for a'l mm fr .m three to t eenty
vears old, at wholeaale an l for greaUy reJucel prieea
RED r A URAWTfT ~
g.iffi 5^'rr^l ?

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