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The New York herald. [volume] (New York [N.Y.]) 1840-1920, January 03, 1856, MORNING EDITION, Image 5

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?mm. 8. (fCUDVWtCviii. wue of Ltwia K. O#
torn, ?g?i 30 you*, tt months and 9 dart.
Tb<ir friends ut respectfully innt?d to attend bar fo
i*r?L, at 19^ o'clock thus forenocn, from her late reei
*??*, l'pp?r Morriaian*. without further notice. N. B. ?
- CSjtb leave O'y Ball eUtun at 7 and 9 o'clock A. M.
hi Jersey City, on Tuesday. Jan. 1, Ibaa<', son af Isaac
and Khzateth Ann Kdge, aged 4 yearn, three months and
2* day*.
The friends of the fhmilv are respectfully Invited to
fttteiid his funeral this afternoon at 3X o'al/ci, from
Grace Church, corner of South Seventh and Erie streeia.
On Wednesday, Jan. 1 of consumption. Lmu Jam,
daughter of T. R. Ryera and wife of J. W. Baugbman,
a#?<i 26 year* and 1 month.
The relative* and friend*, and member* of Washington
Chapter No. 2, O. U. A., and members of Kugine Compa
ny No. 0, are reapoetfuily invited to attend her funeral,
tomorrow, Jan. 4, at one o'clock, from her late residence,
No. 284 Madison street, without further Invitation. Her
Maaaine will be interred in Greenwood.
On Sunday, Dec. 30, at Perth Amboy, N. J., of consump
tion, Walt* Davis McEwv, aged 22 years.
On Wednesday morning. Jan. 2, Airotjrw S., eldest son
?f Andrew 8. , and Maria Fisher, in the 26th year of nis
**The friends of the family are respectfully invite! to at
tend the funeral, to-morrow at one o'clock, from the resi
dence ef his parents, No. 80 Jane street.
Oanton ana Vicksburg, Mississippi papers please copy.
At Mortonville, Orange county, Dec. 31. Jaoob B. Sand-,
, aged 37 years, son of the late Nathaniel sands.
fe.The friend* of the family, and of his brother*, David
and Abraham B. Sands, are invited to attend his funeral
to-day, at 12 o'clock, at the Episcopal church at New
Windier.
On Wednesday, Deo. 26, the infant son of Andrew Fos
ter and Sarah Hamilton Higgins, aged 14 days.
His body was interred in the family vault, in the Se
ernd street Cemetery.
* On Tuesday evening, Jan. 1, after a lingering illness,
tkimff Kdcar. oniy son of Robert and iSaran Kenny, aged
K years and 3 months.
The friends cf the family, and of his brothers-in-law,
Henry Close, George Hatch and Sandford Lockwood, are
reepecttnliy invited to attend his funeral, from the resi
dence of his father, 042 Water street, this afternoon at 2
?'dock. His remains will be taken to Greenwood for in
terment.
Affliction sore long time he bore,
v Physicians tried in vain,
Till God wan pleased to give him eaie
And free him from his pain.
Canada and Detroit pa pern please copy.
In Uuffalo, Dec. 31, Hora<k J. Me?h, sged 31 years.
Be was a lieutenant in the regiment of New York Volun
teers. attached to company I. His detfh was occasioned
by disease contrasted in Mexico, while faithfully serving
the rauFe of hit) country.
Hie comrades in the New York Regiment, and the
Mends of his father, Asa II Meech, an.l his bro.her, Wm.
B. Meeeh, will be duly notified of his interment.
On Wednesday evening, Jan. 2, at her residence, 153
Prince street, after a lingeriig illness, Mi?a Louisa M.
Fmc
Due notice of the funeral will appear in to-morrow's
fa pert.
On Wednesday. January 2. of consumption, Letttia Mo
Iain, aged 10 years and 2 months.
The friends and acquaintances of the family are respect
Inliy invited to attend her funeral, from the residence of
her mother. No. 10 l'jince street, to-morrow at one
?'dock. P. M. Her remains wilt be taken to Greenwood.
On Wednesday, Jan. 2, David W. Clyd*.
His relatives and friends are invited to attend his fune
ral, from his late residence. No. 660 Hudson street, to
morrow, at two o'clock I". M.
On Wednesday, Jan. 2. Jane Vreelaxd, aged 84 years.
Her friends are respectfully invited to attend her fune
ral. from 263 East Twelfth street to-morrow morning at
16 ?'clock.
On Wednesday, Jan 2, after a short illness, Mr. Jcr
cws Btwkisd, a native of Bremervorde, Hanover, aged
22 years.
The friend? and acquaintances of the deceased, and of
his brother, Diedrich Burfeind, are respectfully Invited
to attend his funeral, from the residence of the latter,
No. 16 West street, at 1 o'clock this afternoon.
On Monday, Dec. oO, W'iluah Mabo.v, aged 30 years, 9
months and 27 days.
The relatives and friends of the family, the officers and
Members of the Baxter Blues, 12th Regra't, also Polar Stir
lodge, No. 246, of Free and Accepted Masons, are re
?pecttnlly invited to attend his funeral this afternoon
(fhnrsday), at 2 o'clock, from hid late residenoe. ((corner
of Hudson and Barrow rtreets. His remains will be de
posited in the Marble Cemetery, in Second street.
California and Glasgow, Scotland, papers please copy.
aronsEiEimi renewed every vat.
PERSONAL.
HERRY CRAVEN GRIFFITHS, (LATE OF JULLIEN'K
Baud and music publisher in Loudon,) supposed to be In
America as a composer, band maste- and professor of music,
will please tend to the undersigned to claim In the Brames and
Craven estate* (sworn under ? 30,000). 11 ts presence is re
<iclred for a short period only In London after nay.
GEORGE COOK, Solicitor to the Joint Estates,
Inner Temple, London.
INFORMATION WaNTED-OF JAMES BURNS. A BOY
abeut 14 years of age, who left his parents, in Ponghkeepsie,
fv New Y ork, on New Ye&r's day. Any Information respect -
fc>K him * 111 be thankfully received by his mother, who Is now
stepping at Wi Jam Murphy's, No. 4 Stone itree*.
INFORMATION WANTED-OF ALEXANDER McDO
n aid, stone cutter, a native of EdinDurg, Scotland, who
same to New York from Boston about six months ago. If this
should meet his notice, he is earnestly requested to call and
see his mother, at 180 Grand street, new Grove, Jersey City.
A?y Information will be thankfully received by his sister,
Mary warra, 2M Furman street, Brooklyn. Vermont papers
plea? e copy.
INFORMATION WANTED-OF ROBERT NIXMIRP,
who came to this country in 13? 4. trom Kilshanagh, Cale
too, couiay Tyrone, Ireland. Any Information in regard to
bim. addressed to M. Sheeh&n's, ilO East Broadway, will be
tltankfuiiy received.
JL. CALLED TOR THE LETTER, BUT IT HAD
? been taken. The office being closed New Year's, canned
Ms non-reception, and earnestly request you to write once more,
tc prevent miscarriage again; you will also find one there
touted N. 8. T.
Q ft 8.? ASK FOR A LtTTER DIRECTED TO YOU IN
the Broadway Poat office.
Ten dollar gold piece -the gentleman wjo
rode up on the (tent platform of the Sixth avenue cam on
l?* Year's eve, and received a ten dollar piece instead of a
cent, can return the same. If so disposed, to tne owner, through
Mr. Mckntlre, at Siith Averue Railroad office, a: the Emigrant
Intelligence office, No. 2 Canal street
LOST AND POIKD.
DOt. LOST? ON THE 1ST INST., AN ITALIAN HOUND,
co'oi white, wltli dark spot on each ear; whoever will re
M.rn the sane to 11 Ninth street, or 210 Washington, will be
suitably rewarded.
Found- on the ist inst., a '-vr-vs gold brr ast
pin. Tre owner can havti the ie.me by applying at No.
SO Murray s'reet.
LOST-ON WEDNESDAY Em. I.tt, DE"!. SB, T"? GO
injf from Um Actdi'mjr Kiiilo to - ?iru,.; r rest, a lady's
M'd {?ren-t pin. set in pesri*. i lie finder *111 be liberally re
warded by leaving tho same at 54 V'.-ne , i isei, up lirii
Lopt-bt'h-vv THE OORMKK r.tf RROAEWAY and
Fallon street in ifew York, stud ihu err'.- ut Fulton and
' ??u'sjtittc aven"es Li Bronklvii. an old tit Voneu i/iudon made
riWfr fas ?a patent lever witcu. If i'otuid apply to the lav. re
patrer, inhose ticket is In the ease,) U^mmel, cirnerot' Brovl
way ?.rd Duaae stieet.
IOBT-A POCKET BOOK, CONTAINING f43 OR ?44,
j between 6 and 7 o'clock, on the evening of the 1st of
January, in the Howery, between Bayard anl Can?l k' rents.
V reward will be given to any person returning It to the
?wner, John Wl'gece, corner ol 1 1'rty-tifth tireet and First
avenue.
IOST-OR NEW YEAR'S EVENING, BETWEEN
J Twebth and Seventeenth t'ree'n and Sesond and Fourth
avenues, a ladj's sable fur pelerino lined with Mack silk. The
imdrr will be suitably rewarded by returning It to 212 Second
avsnue, 1,< tweeu Thirteenth and Foiireenth streets.
IOBT.-A DOUBLE STONE MARTEN BO V, INGOING
j fr?m 92 Amos sreet to I be corner of Sullivan and Houston
street*, on Friday evenir g last. The tinder will be liberally
rewarded by leaving it at 'J2 Amos street.
IOST? A WHITE AND YELLOW POINTER DOG,
J answers to the name of Don; the owner'* name on bis col
lar. Whoever will return bin io Crook's lintel. No.8 Cnatbam
sireet, will be liberally rewarded by J. C. Kj slier.
IOST-ON NEW YEAR'S DVY.A DIAMOND PIN,
J enamel'cd s'em. Tin' finder will be snliablv rewardod by
leaving ihe same with Join F. Del', 62 Wall strict,
LOST-ON NEW YEAR'S EVENING, A NEW SINGLE
sleigh end belts. The Under will be liberally rewarded
?y bringing It to C. Schumann s stables, No. 5 East 21st s ., or
let nie know where it ran be found. C. Si'HVMANN.
IOST-ON NEW YEAR'S DAY? PASSING THROUGH
j Monroe stiett to eornee of I' ike and Cherry, agold rea and
pencil, valued -,s a New Year'* rlfl. Whoever will return it
to Frank, at the office of the Mu steel World. 2ft7 Brovl way,
wlil I e suitably rewarded and receive the thanks ol tl?e
owner.
IH OST.-lf. REW \HD ? ON THE 318T ULT . ON THE
I J corner of Wall and South street", or In that neighborhood,
a perketbook, containing from $20 to In bank notes, f.1
bill on Pbosnll Hank o-' Hanford, and balance in city or cur
rent money; als? three ferry tickets for Peck slip ferry to Wl'
tiamsburg, one to eiplre 1st of May, 186ti. marked J. Farn >am.
The tlnd<* will receive ^he above reward :ind the thanks of the
owner bv leaving tho same at the office of OLIVER B. HM I HI
A CO., 19 Jacob street.
VJf'TD'E? I/OrT, ON SATURDAY, THE 29TH INST!
i.1 about 3 o'clock, a small go d .hunting Geneva watch, no
anmber to it. The finiler win be handsomeiv rewarded by
leaving it at James Ilarlln's, 2'Ki Henry street, South
Brooklyn. _
CTOLF-N.? A WHIP AND SLEIGH ROBE, FROM A
O sleigh lr ilenrv street, on Tuesday.- A suitable reward
will > e paid for their recovery. Apply at 169 South street.
CTOI.EN-ON THURSDAY EVENING, DEC. 27, FROM A
O ilue' ling fto.tse In tho vicinity of the Crystal Pslaco, one long
breehe ?hawi, blue centre; one sst of furs, real ermine; one
light striped s .k, one green hurege dress, pointed gimp. Ten
dollars reward will be given for any information left at the '?or
r t,l Forty. fiMt street si>d Sixth avenue, In the grocery s'ore.
" " ' * " ' ? ' " if offered.
N. B. Pawnbrokers will please stop the above I
TJ ; ff7;7:vrTK m an" wi io~ took an ov ercoat in
mist ike snl left liln own, at 185 Ear Twenty llrat street, o?
Tuesday evening, will confer a tavor upon the owner b\ caII
af li'i Pem s'i cet and leaving the one he took, and Mfce
Msown. 7 lie iiarr, i of il?-oriie Krene rick Atliearn ktis upon a
Jiamikerrhi i" lo .nd in one of ihe pockets of the ooet he led.
KAPHTCS8K)*.
tj'Iti.t.WN * CO. '8 R.\ PRESS, FOR CALIFORNIA,
* s*n<,vv"l' Islands, Panama, Callao, hi ma, Val
t , ? -'i, . <? will be (Mipatcted per D. S maii Bienm^r t;c<rce
ww, on at urilay, January 5. a'. 2 e'cloakP. M , m cha.-aonf
a cj- wflwoi-'w. FrH^lit resolved till 12 o'c'. nk, at< 1
?nth. pt i.'f! . .et'trn, , onUl I P M., on day of salting.
, __ day ?
1EEMAN t CO., b9 Broa'ln .
RFSTAlHiiJiTI,
T'tiF KAMlAirAN HOUPE SUPPER R00V?,
00 and
'?i|I l-'Hl'w, (hoiitre#. op h
n lit r(K?9. ?
?PWATIW.
Qt{0 BROADWAY AND *T7 rVVtOm . Wj,
uOZ BrMklym.? Ik* utMtaX ?? rmlii papta
ggc.3aKsrS:;gBtf raafca*
(MA ?BOOKKEEPING, WRITING, ARITHMETIC?
?J) I". time unlimited. PAINK'8 Aarfmlw, 3S3 Grand,
earner Bowery; 1M Kulten street, Brooklyn, open for tke en
tire day und eiening. Ladle*' private writing danee, K
Commutation by the montli or Quarter. Colonel Paine a* a
tea- h?r oi penmanship and bookkeeping, Muds unrivalled.?
Brooklyn Homing Journal,
* 4) PKR MONTH.? SPANISH CLAflflR8.-PROFFSSOR
% Zi a PIKRRA will begtn, nut week, two oouraee of lea
ion* in the (Spanish language, on Tuesday*, Thursdays and
Saturdays, from T to 8, and 8 to 9, in the evening. Only are
pupil* admitted to each course, a few hours lor private ln
atructlou. Address 26 North Moore street. ?
Bookkefpino, writing, ac., are taught BY
fOHTRR A DIXON, 340 H roadway, Apple ton'* Building,
in an expeditious and superior manner, to ine entire exolualna
of ihn modern six and twelve lesson charlatanry. Particulars
on application.
Bookkeeping, writing, arithmetic, ac.-mr,
DOL1IEAR, 609 Broadway, will receive new pupils this
cay and evening, for cheap class and private lessons, aid
guarantee* to make elegant b mines* writers and practice
bookkeepers In the shortest possible time. Pour seal* vacan
in the ladies' cheap close.
BOOKKFEPING, ARITHMETIC. WHITING, Ac.? MR
RE> V1LLK, i89 Broadway, where he hue taught with
Mich eminent success for the past eight years, is recslvlnt new
Mndents upon much lower terms than anv other teacher. The
Instruction Is Hepnrately Imparted thorough, and readily avail
able in practice. Open rtiy and evening.
Elocution teacher wantkd-one who istho
r lugMy compe'ent u> Instruct in elocution, reallng and
recitation, and can give lessons during the evening. Address
B. W., Herald office.
French and German lancuagbs.? ths dndkr
slgned continues to levote his Ume to private Instruction
In French or (ierman. either at kis roam*. 4S'l Broadway?
where he established himself in 1802? or at the residence of nl<
pupils. Passed the governmental ex iininatlon ou the Oun'inent
ol Europe. Translating. B. TRLLKRl.VG.
French languagb.? PKor. d. lagroix, no. 2sb
Broadway, continue* to receive pupil* for thorough ioitruo
tion in tlie French language. Imparting to them by an easy
and efficient melliod a practical knowledge of It. The oonjuga
tlen rf verbs, which Is the key to the language by a new plan,
is materially simplified and facilitated. Term* moderate.
Ladies select boarding school, port ricii
mond, 8. 1.? The Misses aNTIHELLH' vacation will ter
minate on the 2d January. They hope lor a continuance of the
Satronace hitherto bestowed on them, by a strict a. ten Uon to
te health, happiness and improvement of the children entrust
ed to their care. Terms moderate and location healthy.
Monochromatic painting.? a choice collec
tion of specimens In this art are now on exhibition at 2 il
Sixth svenue, where lessons may be obtained from Its author,
S. WOOD. Jr., enabling the learner, in a few lessons, to paint
beautifully lion nature.
PRIVATE INSTRUCTION IN PENMANSHIP, BOOK
keeping and the higher branches of raathematio*. Pupils
received dally, at 'he elegant rooms of the subscriber, at Sti2
Broadway and 277 Kulfon street. Brooklyn.
OLIVKR B. goldsmith.
UWABM. ~
RF.WARD.-LOST ON SCNDAY EVENING, DE
?]pUU oember 30, a gold wat:b with a hair chain. The
walch bas the owner's name Inside the case and a Masonic
emblem. Whoever will return It to the owner, at No. 19 Old
slip, will receive the above reward and no questions asked.
H. H. TaLLMAN.
d>nO REWARD WILL BE GIVEN, WITH THE THANKS
?IpZiU of the owner, tor the return of a portemonnale coo'-ahi
lng bank bill*, private papers, and a lioboken ferry ticket,
with the owner a name thereon, which wad lost In going from
the lioboken ferry, foot of Barclay street, through Broadway
to Madlt-on square, by applying at the desk of the office of the
New York Herald.
flfl fk REWARD.? LOST, A BLACK AND TAN TER
$1U rler dog, with red and black leather collar. The finder
will receive the above reward by returning the dog to No. 9
Waverley place, corner of Mercer street.
?1 A REWARD.? STRAYED, ON NE V YEAR S EVE
tjpl U nlng, from 209 Tenth street, a black and tan terrier,
answering to the name of Dick He bid on a chain coll ir. The
above reward rill be given on his return.
<J>1 fj REWARD-WILL BE PAID FOR TWO ROBES,
<P.I U one a wolf and the other a badger's skin, stolen from
a rlelgh at 77 Seventh street, on New Year's evening. Pawn
brokers will please stop the above 11? offered. Apply at the
corncr oi Avenue C and Twelfth street.
i C REWARD.? LOST, BY THE UPSETTING OF A
?P? J slelab, somewhere between the corner of Bloomioglale
road and Seventh avenue, and Thirty-ninth street and Fourth
avenue, two books. In a striped bag, belonging to the Bloom
Ingdale Lunatic Asylum. The above reward will be paid to
the finder, by leaving them at the Hospital, 319 Broadway.
dfeC REWARD.? LOST, EITHER IN WILLIAM OR
?PU Beaver streets, or Exchange place, a gold signet ring
wlti white cameo stone and letter K engraved on it. The
above reward will be paid to the finder upon returning the
ring at t>2 Beaver street, up stairs.
tfjC REWARD.? LOST, A HEAD CAMEO BRE1SI PIN,
tft) in going from Second avenue, near Thirteenth street, to
Eighth street, down Eighth street to First avenue. By return
ing the pin the Under will receive tht ab jve reward
MARCELLTTS EELLS,
At La Farge Ins. Co., corner Cedar and Nassau sts.
REWARD.-LC6T, A SMALL BLACK ANDTANTER
rierdog, had on a white patent leather collar, with
white metal buckles and plate, with owner's came nnd "Pel
liam Bridge" engraved on it. The above reward will be paid
on his return to 138 Pearl street, near Wall, in the store.
REWARD.? L.OST, ON THR EVENING OF DECEM
?J5? i ber 31, in going from Church, through Walker to Broad
way, then getting In a Broadway, Bleecker and Secoml street
stage sleigh, and getting out at the Second avenue, a goid brace
let, with round open work chaia passing round the arm and
fattening similar to a padlock in shape ot' a heart, with a large
red stone, and two small white one* inserted in one side, and
the likeness of a gentleman in the other. Whoever will return
the same to 412 Fourth street, In the rear, will rnseive the
above re sard and the thanks of the owuer. Pawnbrokers ani
jewellers' please stop If etfered.
tfiO REWARD.? LOST, ON MONDAY EVENING, 318T
'TO ult., a small black and t&n terrier dcg. Whoever will
return him to Boyd, Brothers A Co., 256 We*t street, will re
celve the abuve reward.
AO RFWARD.?S) RAYED, FROM lUfi MERCER
?|)0 street, on the 28th December, 1R6C, a b'ack and tan slut,
had on a blue patent leather collar, with brass ring. Whoever
will bring her to the above address will receive three dollars
reward.
$5'
politicai..
Democratic republican geheral COMXITTEK.
?1 be delegates elected 10 this commitieo for 18A<>, will
meet at Tamilian) Hall, on Thursday evening Jan. 3, 1810, (.t
7>a o'clock, for organization,
ROBERT KELLY, Chair mar. Com. of 18M.
James L. Benedict, i Secretaries
A LrmD Oiuscbixob, J Committee of 186?.
PUT QOOPS, AC. ~
Brook*' ttort polished glace sswikg cot.
ice.? Tin* new thread tack the gold neda! at the rVuls
Eipo'ttton, over Coat*. "'lark, and every other rraker. It c'.m
blues the lustre of nlik with ice strength of Unei>; dona not kit A
or kink. A .'oil simply of wh'te. Mack and all eo.ors roue vnd
by every steamer, and for sale by
WHKrXSR A WILSON, ,M3 Broadway.
Fces, furs, fubs~at the we^-t f.nd bmporiit*.
No mcasal ?%*?i Tho ladKK are rtoiiaM to eat
and auuBlne the large 'and ehotceJa??nrim?nt, bo'ore porrl
1 1) jr. Alan, an evten?fte variety of b?*uUfuJ iu,u und cars lw
ekGdru. One price. J W KKLLOGM.
FIRE! FiRE!! FIRS!!!? HAVING bbf>: P WAGED RS
tlr<? and water, the sto?k of stor? 873 Broadw*y, cunnr
sing embroideries, bonnets and ladles' drew c^.pi, a op.iaUd
as?orinoeiit of headdresses, will be told at hall' ihe cost.
J. H. GOH^O.n, 373 Broadway.
JUST RECEIVED?
A splendid assortment of wreaths and o her head drtu",
entlrly new styles, suitable for tali*, parties, Ac
Alto or det ? taken and promptly executed.
A. F. JaRVIB A CO., 72 .ana! ?1.-e-t.
T ARGE ) M PORT A TIO>" OF STRAW AID MILLIN "1'/
Aj ttoiidx. Intended for manufacturers of stray &nd .:t':i.
ners, viz: an exl-nsive rssorimen: of Mndlng, I - - .
sl'lr and hair, straw hats, st':k ha:*, Mbtn^ B . i.
and mi llnery artifes, at 40 and 50 percent lower than the
current prices. Three or ui mon:h? credit giver oo approve!
notes. No. 9 Woot.l?r street, near Canal.
HOLIDAY PRESKTsTS.
tnURTBER Rr.DUtTTION IN PRICES OP H . I \
P >ents, at the Kigh'h avenue book and stAtione. y s'.'To, No.
4JU E'ghth avenue. Two dollar fnnuals serine for It ij ; do.
lar annuals for 75 eta.; Leslie's Gazette of Fashion, 21 ctf
Catholic and Episcopal bibles and prayer book", .in J all oilier
artlc es st equa ly reduced prices.
W. K. lit' HOIK, 42U Eighth avenue, be:. 3AI a:i<! :"!8d "?*.
Holiday pRawr - ~r
Wstrbes, diaorooda, jewftrv and irUvrmc-'.? Tl.e >u-v
srriner ta selling all deacrlpileat tif hue fold and sl'ver w?'- t.ns
db.mond riaga and pine. jewelry aix; s 'Ivarwaa e at ?hc %le
and retail, at mueh lens than the on .al prirea.
Beau Ufa) gold Mplne watches ... k.-fl
Gnid detached levers, fat) je*eled : to
Cold hunting English paten: ievcrs ... . jf>
<;??da se.iTb' malt or eipress to all par wot il.r lm'w -?iet
ar.d C?c?da. trte of charge.
oro. C. ALLEN T.rp,. <>r
P>f WaU-hee hed Jeweiry, Whoiesa." '? r. Kc^.J1
Ho. 11 tVali ?t? ?e"?)cd tl-ior, > eh- ftr a?r fcj.
DA^CENft ACADfiJIUKv.
ADOTjWORTH'B PRIVATE DANCING i . t.'
. M!6 Rroadaay, Htv Ycck, arid IX Mo:t.n.'t:e p,
Brook)} n, are no* open for the season. Ctr< ? 'ip'*. /?
Uiue sod term* mar be uwl at 'he scadetr.iae.
FERRERO'S DANCING ACADKMIK?, 80 F> f T01. B
teenth street. New York and Mon'JUi..j Ha.i, Urooiivc,
are now open lor the seai^n Satunlay ? - ciir , l is for
grown persons. PnpUf ci.u enter at sny tiir,?. xtr. ^ ;t given
as usual.
MLLE. CAROLINE TEZI^'fl DA!," "IN i A' .r,V? v,
No. 21 Howard street. Is no ? open 1< tbrsenj.i, c ,, ??.
ee meet dor tne Instruction of ladies and gmivnvu at 3 o'et <ok
P. M. to#, and at> to 10 in the evening, i v i r Orasd
danr'iig soiree every Saturday evening, fi om 8 to 1 1. Adtu*s
slon 60 csnis.
The union" sociables, (Da^i.^TT-'iTik <7Tispo
sliiouof the manager ban delayed tin. r ccmpl? l If
tin gentlemen who answered before vim rop.y lo Mar.iiant,
fi76 Oreenwloh struet, by letter or In p, , in .<? ou ?? >?.
rsnrssnenta will n-.w Le nmde to oarry " > i. iV'mmnre
require#.)
EXTRA PAT.
Bounty lands, united status imp ,"oe r - b
cjtra pay.
Untied Stales nftv^katlon and ntner?~T a- ! wftrrnn'a o^
laii.ftt', extra i ay paid; United Stales pat*, <;i f;it :? I i
thli y six hours iMJaneee <'ite Wltlnws r ? i I -si t ' ?. d
United {Mates sailors folleoted, Had ?M kind ? ?Ut . i.
United Nates reonrered by RDMT.fv "?!
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bean and is still, one of the specul agents of that department
?to the tlrat book of the kind ever tosued, calculated to give
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ment or otTenders against the iawa enacted for the security of
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son, and in livellnea?. interest, and general truth to nature,
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Poat Office experience*, the merit of being an exceedingly! n
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Ihe cutest aud most entertaining book we have recently
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all that one finds In Reynold's monstrosities, and anv ooo who
reads theiu will realise at once that romance still lives and
ilirlves amid our modern life.? Boston Post.
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every person who can read a book or write a letter.? Phllad'a
Peruwj Iranian.
A more amuaie g and at the sune time interesting work of
Ita kind, has never been published in America.? Phllad'a
Bulletin.
A well written and am using work, from which we shall mike
an extract or two for the benefit of the community.? Phllad'a
Sat. Post.
It abrunds with sketches of novel and inatruitlve matter.?
Phllad'a Inquirer.
This book to Indeed a novelty, exceedingly entertaining, and
opening a new source of amusement.? Hartford Dally Oou
rant.
There to substance enough in the incident*, plo'a, aud char
acter contained In hto sketches, to fill a dozy a novels.? Rich
mond fcnqulrer.
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ment the Idea of opening another person's letter, can read the
book without shuddering at the frightful precipice on which he
has stood. ? New Haven Regis er.
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Tor sale by all booksellers and news agents.
T* O BOOKSELLERS AND WHOLESALE DE VLKR8 TN
valentines. ?The subscriber la now prepared to hit orders
to any amount for the coming valentine season. Prom the
large and varied stock he has ou hand, dealers would do well
to select their orders. Being ail made under his o vn superin
tendence, he has greater facilities to sell cheaper for cash than
any others In the market. Valentines selected now can be for
warded at any time previous to the 14th February.
T. W. STRONG, y? Nassau street.
mCWBPAPERS.
Dread tragedy at new haven. ?
Correct engravings of the following subject* will (appear
In Prank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper ot next saturdw
Portrait of the Prophetess, drawn from lite expressly for this
paper
Ditto of Samuel Sly, the murderer, from a daguerreotype by
Hoooer taken it the gaol expressly lor this paper.
The House of tie Prop bete *?. New Haven.
Interior of the room where the murder was committed.
The Prophetess In prison, drawn from life, also be*udful en
grav!ngs of Scenes In the Capitol at Washington during tbe
election of Spcker.
Portraits of Col. French.
Ditto of Mrs. Gaines, the Heroine of the Great Will case.
Ihe ship Resolute.
Scenes in Central America, numerous c'her beautiful en
gravings and all the news of the week.
Keep opp the wrinkles.- caricatures in the
New York Picayune, isvued on Saturday next.
1st?' "Much Ado about Notoing," or Dogberry arresting tae
vayrant lii'lbupters.
2d? More ol the "hoop movemen.''? how to get Uirojgli
tight places.
ad? Philander Dobbsthe morning after New Year's.
4th- Six illustrations of tbe new furniture, carriage*, As.,
adapted to to the hooped pc. treats.
Besides 20 columns ol tp.*y reading matter, and the cou'-ln
uation ol' the humorous atorv ot' David Duilicka. Price 3 cents
pei copy. Sold all over. Office 114 Nassau street.
The boston satcrday evening gazette,
which Ib received iu Xew York at a v*ry early liour on
Saturday morning, cevotes entire attention to the gowlp, the
musical and theatrical on dits, and the miliary of the modern
Athene rind its suburbs, while orlgi-al stories of the most ia
term- tin f; kind, correr ponden:e, bc-.h IVcign and damus'Je,
and the floating tattle or Boston fashionable life, make it a do
sideratum for all cinsses of rsaders Ross, .T ones k Tounsey,
agpn'.K, 103 Naasau street, and A. Winch, 116 Cheetnnt street,
Pniladelphlaa.
4 N APPRENTICE WANTED? To I, EARN WOOD EN
A graving; one who ha I a taste l'or drawing preferred. *2
Aon street, third floor.
A GUNSMITH, FTIO UNDERSTANDS REPAIRING,
wishes au ?rgai;emen? In the above line, either in the oity
or country. Addren Mr. Berre. 144 Wot Broadway.
A PERSON FUM Y COMPETEKX FOR THE TASK
wants a sltufctljn io drive an engine. A note addressed to
J. G., care of Mr. F. t.vans, owner ai Myrtlo avenue and Can
t/:n M., Brooklyn, wi"! meet with prompt a'tention.
1L" ITER,-- WAK TED. A OTTFR IN A FIRST ''LABS
\J tailoring estaolishiiicn: iu Broadway. None but a prac
tical aud experienced man need <?pp:y. Salary aberal. Ad
dress Burtis, H erf id office.
DESMNER WANTED- A MAN WHO TS THOROOOI
Ij competes to trat sfer from elolh c ^ketebes, on design
psper, adupied for b'-ing wrought on the lacquard loim. may
Lave a permanent Situation in too enipioy of ihe HarUord Oar
pe* Company, ir. '.'onreiUCOt. Appllcante mutt bring spooi
m?n? of ibek work. Apply on Wednesday, i liu.slay, or Fri
day, at io oVlock, A. M at! the office oi . . W. I'afge k Ca, 37
Unite way.
CpO ARTISTS.? W iNTED, A PER&ON WHO UNDER
JL stands trinslerrloi; engravings on glms. s'u.h person
will lind i' to hi-i advau'agc oaliiug rutneilUtely on Mr.
Monroe, a: 343 Broadway, t om leennd floor.
Tt) WAT. IIMAKER9 AND SILVERSMTHg? WANTED
Immediately, tw o good wa1 <hir.%kers, a plain spoon in iknr,
a plate worker und a s !v>"' ? hs ?er. Good wages and p.irma
Lfnt situs tJ ,ns offered. Orders canstantiy on uund The -radns
supplied Willi workmen, a puiy io TR A ' ' Y .* McINTOSH,
eriisia' and mechanict' general agency, 34.'; Pine -greet.
TO PRINTERS.? A FIRST H VT B JOI! COMPOSITOR
wanted, by f^Mge.- a Turner, s^.im Job printer.;, 116
Johr. st.
f|X) PPINNERS. ? W A v rurv, a carpet yarn* trpiN'NHR
1 for the floun-jy. Inquire all 888 Hraad *ay. comer ot Nine
teenih r.reet, ou Iburfday, 2d . mt., from 10 to 2 o'clock.
Tir ANTED? A CUTTER, WHO Is THOROUGHLY AO.
T* qualnted with ever 7 branch of I.ji profession, and who
1>: !n imne'iia'e pr iciiee, nid csn furnish undoubted 'osiitso
nl.slHof capacity, Ac., iray b> r of s fltsi rato sitnatijn by a<i
dressing <i. W. a., box 1,406 Post oiliee.
TITANTEI)? IMMEDl ATELY.ONH EXPERIPIWOED P \T
" tfcrn maker, for fine worn? mo sheet iron anil t'n pla'e
workman, fully qualified to take -.he manage .nnnt of the hot
air fori ace and range business. To such good wages by the
year ?rlll be paid ; aho twi tiaishers to contract vvrrk of
finishing 1000 water c'ossts. Kilexlau ir.a;bie ud iroa pipe
t'onipsny, 90th si, between 4th I 5th avenue. ,
"ANTED? A GOOD WaTOHMAKBB, TO GO TO MIS
? >h Dpi. Apply a' Ji Maiden Une.
MORSF.% CAKRtXc?I?, mT
cf'on noRPF, art and harnksb, huitadte
B.- tlie butcLi ring tupiness; they are Iu n f.ood coadl
tloti caitnew, coBip>t?> fur5loj. For par:'; 'tiai-s inquire of
II. Atk'uson. ?*o. 11 Oreei. .? i"h areoue. o.- Mr. Weeks, 24(1
Bleecker t' '?et.
VOR SAI.B-A PAIR OF JiLAt If PONIES, HARNESS
and carriage, or tli? ponlen n ill >ie so'il ?c."'tr?iely, If de
hirrri. Inquire ?t WasbiOKit'O s'ables . orne. af T*-er.ty e: ? i
n'ree: and Kltth avenue, arcfl'. E. Westbfuk, >'ava! otil^e,
Cn?tcm httl?e.
L'OR 9 aLE? A FOUR Avn A V \T ?' YF \R OT.D PONY,
t wllh aro-kswsy and set f hirne i '? correspond w b
'be utr.e; wlii se ?o. I hi a moderate nrics in coneequoace o.
Hi o **z er taving no further use for her; wi.l be wtrranWd
so ir.d and girdle in harness, ipply a'. the Arcado sUijle, lib
C.inton pl.tce, HI ib'.h ?tret.
1 "fOrsv, ST.EIOU. Ii ' RNEr A, Ac , FOR <wr.?* VSHY
J ) c'c.io-A pret'y gia / h i se, seven 5 ewe old, 15 hands
!?? hi warrant* d sound find U..J, very siydsh: villi a sleigh
niid ham< <s. nearly 1 ew. Cull ,? U>e F : ?. > sUbles, earner of
^' vuith avenue und l.tever b reel, luqu- s lor Henry.
^JADDi HOR?E WANTED.? ANY ONE HlYINfl \
O r r kk.g horse, ih t 11 n h, y a g ioil sadd'o horse, and is
di-ioicd to soil htm ac a m 1 lej c 'e prleo, may hear oi .i p.tr
ci sur y .dtlre.stug box ltM I'ost otiiee.
S. '.''T IH, T!"l DP Milt E, .'IFAP.LY M >V WIT X n v'.t
0 res -,dl ?, brld'e, r >01, 4a; also t Ijtnily m*r?, t!' fo/
saddle ci- i.nrie ? .1 o a . itnily baroucbe, s'tiiling top, 0 1.4
sol How tor cash. Enquire ?? Foster's si*bie<, opposite Uie .
1 aticLbotue, i efuar.i <.*.rect, or ?;? Walker street.
Fi' II WANTf.D- A ONE EA U . ?? . 1) ; Sl.f.IC T. i
wlib or w!:iit i beUa, lolee, &o. j any 1 ?, onhs 1 ; t ? h
dispose of for rnrtitorc or hoiuie turn hlnggcodH, otauy
? tip1 on, a* the ' *es "ash prl? 1, ran ud Iress a ii , .-i-v.UU
111 e, ?'.v 10 g wlierj .lurn te seeu, at. 1 price.
QtEIOHS FOBHAI.EORI dLET. rflTH ORWITHOtTl
k h"nt?, at Br >vn'?*lv3ry 'iv, W Am !alrnot,bet?reeti
'? ?'*' .1 ami 'de* "rt ? ?. .eiKhs, lou ? 4 ins, and
tartencii, *y??.-? , B,? ruses t?kea on livery-- irty
si-. Isjal) above gronnd. *
CLri -liV C!.H'I 1 ill.? F"R SAT.: . \ I'l'H T.OT OP
f" 1 " '?e ehtwpest lot eve - oH'.^ed i.t the
vv
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All RKSPBCTAHLE YOUKO VdMAN WANTS A RITUA- ,
I Hon, u nod oook; ia capable of m*>rt?g good tread and
ail klnda of cue and pica. also dessert*} aa> M Mil rMon
mended (run her laat place; feed eiiy refer enoe can be given,
^qulrc at 133 Kaat 23d at., nwl leor, backroom.
A ? WIDOW LAwY OF EDUCATION AMD A< *)*?
piishmenta, wishes to All her mornings in teaching. or mar
lucrative occupation, where her Mrrleen mar t>e made avalt
atle. Havltg lived in Pranee. abe speaks that tiuenu
)y, and has (rant lated worka from the French. The advertiser
caa refor to the Brat families in ihe city, where abe gives les
ions in music and painting. Addreaa, free, Education, care of
Mr.Behaiu, 3X1 Broadway.
A FRENCH LADY HAVING BEEN TEAOHKR IN
Pranee for a lew yean, wishes a situation aa govern*'**
In a French or American family, no objecion to go oat ef the
city, ilentoi labreaoe given. Addreaa for one week M. A. Q.t
20o Church atreet.
A YOUNG LADY, OF SEVERAL YEARS' EXPJW
il ence in leaehing, wishes a sii nation In a seminary as teach
er of Frt neh, drawing and Kugliab branches: no objectieaa to
go South. Addreaa Miss Oriawold, 220 Madison street.
A GERMAN LADY DISIbESTOMEETWITH ASITVA
Uon, aa guvernesa. in a private family. Hl>>: ia .|U*litkd to
uaco the usual branches of a good education ; Kn^li/.b, French,
drawing and music. Please ad drone C. D, Poet office, box
3,028.
A GOOD PROTESTANT OIRL WISHES A SITUATION,
to do general houaework, In aome rcapeetaMe faint y.
Apply for two dava at 506 Pacific atreet, corner of the oki Hat
buhbroad, Brook fin.
A SITUATION WANTKD? BY A RESPECTABLE OIRL;
ia a very nice eook in all it* branches, and a tlrs*. rale
wu-h.-r and lroner; la willing to do all the werk of a small fa
mily eiibar In the city or country. Can he seen lor iwu day*
at No. 3 21 at St., between Broaoway and 5 lb avenue.
Aht-SPEf TABLE WOMAN HAVING LOST HER OfllLD,
four weeks old, desires a child to nurse at her own resi
dence. Addreta 114 East 37th St., back room, third lioor.
A SITUATION WANTED? BY A YOUNG GIRL, AS
seamstress. |g a yood shirt maker, and undersauds drew
nuiklng; ? oukl bave no objection to tec to ehUdinn or a?<tst
wiih chumbcrwork. Has city referenco. Appijr at S7 West
2-fth s'., second ttoor, back room.
A RESPECTABLE YOUNG FEtfALR 16 DESIROUS TO
nb aln a situation to do housework or make herself gene
rally useful in a small l&mli] . Apply at 130 lludsoa avenue.
Brooklyn, first floor.
ARKHPECTARLE YOUNG WOMAN WISHES A HTl'
atloi as cook, wash-rand lroner. and to make herself
nerally useful. Call at 243 West ltllL st., between 9th and lutu
avenues.
A YOUNG WOMAN WANTS A SITUATION, IN A SMALL
amily, to do general houw.work. Has good reference
from her last place. inquire at 207 A ast Win at , 4'.b tleor,
^ront rotm.
A RESPECTABLE GERMAN OIRL WHO SPEAK-.
French and a little fcltogllsh, w ishes a situation as chamuur
maid in a private family. Call at 174 t>th av., near 12'A ?L
A RESPECTABLE YOUNG GIRL WISHES A SITUA
lion to take oaro of children, chamberwork, or do the
work of a small Cami y; willing to comply with wishes of
tbe family. Wages not so much ol an object as a ifood attua
lion. Good reference. Please call for two dayg at li3 3d
avenue, between 15th and 16th sts.
A RESPECTABLE YOUNG GIRL WANTS A SITUA
tion &s chambermaid and waller; Is used to the cire of
children, and will make her self general y useful. Can b? se n
on Thurac ay and Friday at her yrebeu" employer's, Jlh) Weat
23d st. , near 8th av
A YOUNQ- PROTECTANT GTBL, AGED IC YEARS,
wishes a situation as waiter or chambermaid; slm can
wash ard iron, and would make herself generally ustl'ui; a
good heme more of an object than waged. Apply to-day ut 17 -J
VVcst 2 2d sL, third door from 8th av.
A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN WIBHBS A SITUA
tion, as good plain rook, washer and lroner; tas^'Mxi
reference for ihe last four years; bas no oij >ctlon to go a sho-i
distance in the country. Plea>e call at 166 Oth st., In the rear,
near 3d av. Can be aeen for two days.
4SS?SSi|ffiss?
ASH UATION WANTEP? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG
German girl, to do e&ainberwork and waiting, or genera*
hourework. is a llrst ra e waaLer arid 'jvner. Call at No. 1,'.,
itlvmgtou Ht.
ARr.6PKCTABIE ENGLISH PROTESTANT WOMAN
wants a situation as chambermaid and senma'.i'<.sfl. No
objection to assist In general housework Can be seen in her
present situation for two days, 108 Harrison st., near Coor*,
South Brooklj n.
\ JIIOHLY RESPECTABLE YOCNG WOMAN DE3JRK8
/\ a stt'.iatlon. In c;,.y or country; is a good cook, excallsut
washer and lroner, unke t flrsl raU; broad and plain paltry: is
well recommended. Please apply at 271 Bowery.
AN ENGLISH YOUNO WOMAN WANTS A SITUATION,
an none and leamatres", to go South. Address M. U.
Herald office.
A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN WANTS A SITU A
tlon, as chambermaid and waiter; Is ?. first rate sewer; or
as eliambetmald and laundress; b?l ol riiy ict'orence glVCi
Address 3ti 1' ast lbth at.
, A SITUATION, TO 1)0 HOUSEWORK, 15 WANTED BY
A. aii b( nes'. iudnstrious and sol.er girl, in a respectable
fondly- Apply at 64 Norfolk nt., wfcere abe can be seen for
tbree days.
A YOUNG WOMAN WISHES THE WASHING OP A
lady or gonileuian 10 Ul*e 10 Williamsburg Will be at
tended to uuy part of the city by eppW lug at 241 EUzabeih-gt.,
.'or two days between 2 at,d 4 o'clock P. M. The bes'. city
references oan be bad.
ABSBPagriau young gsmcas girl, who
aneaks English, wishes a situation 'it chambermaid; la a
good washer a 'id lrunei and understands sewlug; In an vmeri
can fatu'.ly preier.-ed. G.>od city reference given. PleaeeonU
for two days a'. 12 1'ayard at., Ui the Basement.
ARESP20TAB1jB YOUNG WOMAN WANTS A SITUA
tion to civk, wash ?n ! l-on: understands baking. Be*,
ot'clty leferetices from ber last place, nan be seen for two
(taja. Plea-:e call a' jt4 siilh aveueu, rear bouse, top llojr.
A RESPECTABLE GIRL WISHES A SITUATION TO
do general housework in k?ma'l tamity. Understand '
cooklrfg, wa-bing aud ironing. Oood c'ty rel erenco. Can be
seen lor tw > days, at 470 t.th avenue, between 2bth r.n.l 2i?i.
ata. lni|itire In the office.
A SITUATION WANTBr ?BY A RESPECTABLE KS
glli-h woii.iu, to souk, wa.h and Ir.in. No objection tod.
t.:o Uimte" oik oi a small private fumtiv; is a Pio'eiianl; hi .
good city reference; no objection logo a short distance In tb?
aouniry. Can be seen lor tirs d?7 at 30b Mott at., first Boor,
back room, be' ween Houston and Blcecker s'a.
A SITUATION WANTED? BY A YOUNG MAN. OK A
sUtlenery si ore ; has had seven years' ' ijurira .e .a da-!
business, and tefers to bi-i leu employers. Plcv-e .i.ldre - >
P. J., box .No. 101 tierti'.d otli'e
A DRUG CLERK WANTS A SITUATION IN A RET All.
jt\ drug si ore; he has bo? n four }? irs a drug clerk in Kruice,
i.i. J two and a haif years In ' ew York ; understates preior ly
lions ann preparati on, and aper ka French, EcgUth uud
SpanUb. Address A. B., Hei a;o otllco.
/"10ACBM AN.? WANTED, A SITUATION, IV 1HK
\J n im capacity, bv a yjuni? mm, jrith Ibst ra'e -ot'er
enofs ivotu il.e highest families. Ibe advertiser welt r - !?
stunds the r;>u Ine of he city. A cote addieesed to i . '
IlerU 1 office, will te attended to.
C COLLECTIONS? EMPLOYMENT W\NTRT>, TEMPO
/ rary or otherwise, to collect lor "a hou-te, (t.r to i?ist in
willing, or :o do b)th. Can give (be b?"i'. of r?ftrsnce? as t/i
chair e'er. Salary not eo nicieh an objoot an etnp.oyu.qr. .
Please addrcsc lor one week. Cbipetn, riorald offi e.
QITU ' TlOy WWTED, AS WET NURSF- .Y A
O he?:thv , ro?pec tftbw married youtig woman, with g >o<l r
f'ttn^e. 11".' hai r "> *oor ru ,r.U\s o'.J. Can be ?e"n ;'oi- m
dajt at No. 9 "A1 e?' lltb st.
QirUAHON WANTED? BY A K-:S?K TABLR PR(
IJ tenant g:. :, to do chim^'rv.-oik anl wa Ung, or i? au'
ca . do an> '< i d of e?nb.otde-y. G -,d . reference. Call
35S l&b , new 3d av , basement, for two dayt
CITUAT10N WANTED- BY A RrsrKOTABLE Y )71? >
kJ woiaaii, wit!, a fiesh iirtaa' if mi'k, mi tmr^ ia a v
Vile lamiii ; i- a portoo In every v.ay worth} lie eonfulen-e
any cue ?fto m?y emplos her. fan give in- hi^iiys; r^Krc'ii f.
('an be seen fir two jaya at 178 3-jlh at, liwat Ebuaeei.
avenue, 2d lloor, fiont room.
s
SITUATION WAN r BY V \or?GWOW.\V ? Ciiic f
stands cooking, baklrg. ohi alerwork, pV. ?-w'r ? .
waittog, or any part of h '.sow rk Apply !?? ?. t '
QITCATION WANTED? BY WOMAN WHO i !? .
0 roughly under 'and* mtia: v poftry < .kim pr
ic. Cali or address H , 71 W"st l'.t: st, 6:h avenue, m *.l c r m. '
rro TIIK SICK.? AN BPFIC1U.VT AND rOMPETHN r
1 mnntJJy nurso, w .bee a ciutatton as nurse tj an lrv iiid
lady or gentleman; ?ias heen In ihe habit o taking c.ir.) of no 1
fo. aany ytsra, and can bew ail reoomineuded by piirt. *,? ?;
and emi'lovrrs. Apply i?t K'7 3d aveaue, between 14 ii and
lfi'.h at?., a.; this week.
rro Manufacturing jkwellrhs.? a youn ; man
1 etperianecd In Ibo b'wloe<a wi^l4< a It .oUou either us
lo?l or travelling ?Je> nian rest oi referoc^ea \t< . au
dress W. R.. bo* l,l?u post oflue.
TO DRUGGIST-. -A YOUNG MAN, ^HADUATE 0
rl.irm.ie} . wiahes a ?ltn?t, , i In n w' > . e or re"-. dru?
store. H s r?f?!vn?*s an to rliiracier eapKlty. >. Oiire.^s
PhartnaaemlAt, liernid otUoa.
1* " ANTED? BT \ Rl^FtCTABL* WOMAN, A fell r v
?' tloi. :r. a pr'.ale tamli,. :;be la a ?<>*? ; kin cjiit,
wai' er ai d ir in.'r I food bn ad baker ; or will *aW a u .. ?
dT-'s' pinee, or wi ' do the rr? n orml work of a small t* nil v.
I"ifie foi t.yo .Uys at I wc tt Twenty f. rtb ? ? fi .
bMBCtk
jATANTED? BY A RF.1TKCTaB<J1 YOUNG WOMAN, V
?? fltuaihn as flr't rate cook ; >? a >;orl baker iBd in o;
e?!'ent *a?iiej' and lroner; oan do French I'uilor. vim >>c-*
of 1 11 y an ! iou;.'n r -ferenee. Pleasa ;al' ai No. .'i'
avenue, belwe rnirty aeoond an 1 Th'riy-tiu-d eu th.rd Boor,
btt a ror.re. Can be i e*a tor two dny^.
Yl/ANTKD? BY A BSSPKCT ABLE Y0UNO WOMAN, A
*1 aituotlon as < )k. ivho m a good waaVir acd irMfv. ?1s j
an evperi-noed shdd'a '"irse, WotiJ* 'iave n* otije".l'.ns to go a
rb'-rt ("ialu litre In tLe t juntrv. '1 ho b^tt of rat'THrse riveti.
Pleaie <-e:i :.t4*; 1 .>iinh at, between Tirnt and Seaond avo
nues, Hrstfioor, In the r tar.
U' ANTED- A SITUATION, ItY A rAOTKST.SST
*' 1 o n(; v !i in, a num aud 3?amitre?s. or as ej.^tu'j .
tna'd <nd ?esir s'r?- ; l" te ? ;s^mied to all kind' < l tine se- ing,
ihe bet, i. c'..j Kfereoces. Can ho seen for tvi > days ?? 287 jj
a->. . ue.
\V"A?JTM>-A HIT! VTTON, V.Y A R1 - ' ; FAHLh
T? IV. to- ? in> v. ii.au, h ? '.mm cook, Waalnr and trcner; vhe
?i '.r-.'t is tier bit- !,."-s :n ?'J Its ';r*n n ? good .''yr.jfe
tut (il'.etijProtof-tan' .?ai1i> preferred, pjvn c< . t>rt,v;
da}?- at <8 Cone. i d <t , Bi- \ i .
HrlNTED? BY ' 1 1 Ml lit RK PP'TintE WOV 1 V
I? ft mi .. . 1 "Ok 'tld . hi' r lire id V ?
\V
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?rruATMMvi ffuyra.
"WIT ANT1H>? A RvrUATIO*, BY A YOUNG WOMAN ; IS
*? a llrsi rale kuiidrtM; or would do ehambarwork an i
toe wu?U| uri Ironing, toad city reference*. Osu be xoeo
at 44 3d avenue, third doer iroaa 10th st, In the
salUlnsry store. '
TIT ANTED- A SITUATION, BT A BUFECTAB .ti
"? Protestant young worn ml to do the houaework n a
ratal! private family ; la a good plain oook waaber and Iron -r;
has coed city reference*. Can be i?en lor two dart at 37 * rtt
?L, in the rear.
worn**.
WANTED? A SITUATION, AB OOOK, BY A YOUNG
woman. Pleaae call at 180 Elizabeth it., for one day.
BLK GIRL'
WANTKD? FOR A COLORED WOMAN, A SITUATION,
as laundress or chambermaid. Hhe can be recommended
by (he lady with whom she haa lived several yeu-s, wbo has
no present need of her services. Apply at parlor 17, Union
Plaoe Hotel, from 9 to 10 A. 51., or halrpait 6 P. M.
TT-ANTED-A SITUATION AS WET NURSE. BABY
tt three weeks old. Please address B. M. H., Pest office,
Brtokiyn, for two days.
TITANTED-BY AN ENGLISH LADY, A SITUATION
T t an housekeeper in a private fkmlly, or as companion to a
lady . ?h?3 is fnily competent to undertake ail the various duties
appertaining to housekeeping; la a good sea-ustrnts, and ua
derrtan<l< aresemafclng: would have no objection to take can
of children, or to go In the country Goo.) reterenoes. Apply
at or addxeas No. 7 South 2d at., WlUlamaburg.
WANTED? A SITUATION, BT A RESPECT iBLE
Frenchman, w:,o can speak Jood English, as perter nr
to drive a horse and cart. Please call or address J. 11. fugles,
471 1th st , between 1st and 2d avenues, tirst floor.
WANTED? A SITUATION, TO DO CHAMBER WORK
and ?< wing or as children's nurse; tin* no objection to go
a fhort d s:ance In tbo country. Tbe best of city retere ice i'.-om
ber It ?t place. Can be seen for three days at MO 9th st., be
tween 1st and 2d avenues.
TITAKTED? A SITUATION, AS COOK, MY A RESPECT
TV able Protestant girl uo objections to assist in tbo wa-.S
in;,' and lionli'g; good city reference Apply at GtJ 16ih st., be
tween 6;h and ith avenues, for two days.
XtT ANTFD? A SITUATION, TO ASSIST IN HOUSE
?? work, or as waiter. None need apply out respectable
tamillca. Can be seen for two daye at 130 East 3titb st.
WANTKD- MY 1WO RESECTABLE WOMEN, SITU A
tiOLs, one as chambermaid and welter, the otUe.' as oook;
Is ? good bread nnd biscuit baker; the ben' of city reference
given. Cull at ,'!46 tith avenue, between 21st and 22d sis , third
floor, in the rear, for two days.
WANTED- A SITUATION, AS NURSE, OR TO WAIT
mid letd on tin invalid, by a steady, sober man, who luiu
had lotitr experlense in tbe a ove capacity ; would >o as ?u,;er
or coachman; no objection to go to tue country, or t/> travel with
a lamlh ; has no innttmbrance whatever; the bes' of rooommeu
dations will be given. Any person wanting such please apply
to T. L. P., Tti RleccVer street, near Broadway; wl'.l be imne
diatcly attended to. tor three days.
Ul ANTED? BY a RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN, A
tt tituailon to do general housework in a private family;
has lived in one place tour vea-s; is a good wjsher and Ironer,
ar.d is a good pa?tiv cook and haker also, and Is kind tocb'l
dren. Has the best ot'cl'y reference. Can bo seen at 113
York st. , next door to the nchoolhouae, second (loor, oa?k
WANTED? BY A YOUNG ENGLISH LAr>Y, OF
quiet nnd retired habits, board in a small English f.imi
ly, where she could tnjoy tbe eomfoi ts of a homo Address,
?uk'ir.g termt, which must he reasonable, Misa Somervllle,
Heiald cOlce.
TIT" ANTED -A SITUATION, TO DO HOUSEWORK,
?T washing an<l Ironing, or as plain cook. The best of city
reference given. Call at Butler street, second door iron;
Pond, Brooklyn.
WANTEf? BY A RESPECTABLE PROTESTANT WO
man, a situation as nurse and seamstress; one win can
take tall charge of a baby from its birth, or can take charge of
a sick lady. Can be afen for two days, at 121127th st., between
7th and tith avenues, second tloor. back room. Can come we 1
recommended.
WANTED- BY A HIGHLY RESPECTABLE EN JLISIf
Protestant *er/ian, a situation as housekeeper, or as
proTesped fcook, In a email lamlly; she thorough y unlr.r
stands her btiaities* In ull Its tranches. Can be icou until en
gaged at 44 IT'idson st , up stair*.
WAN TED- A SITUATION, BY A REriPEOT VBLE
H'tadj woman. an cook: understands all kind* of cook
ing; would assist with the watnlrg and ironing; hn ^ <od refe
rence. Plea?e call for two day a at 24S Mulberry aL
TV-ANTED-BY A YOUNG GIRL. A SITUATION. TO
TV do housework. In a pr'vate family; Is a good washer and
Irocer and p.a'.ii cook; lswtilngto go as laundress. Hns fif
teen months' reiei mm Please caT at 4b Lauren; st , sc -ond
Door, back room. Can be seen lor two day*.
WANTED? SITUATIONS. BY TWO GERMAN PRO
testant glrla: one aa chambermaid and waller. and the
other as cook. Please call at 124 Weat 16th -it., between Ct-h
and'thavs.
WANTED? 11 Y A RESPECTABLE PROTESTANT OIRt.,
a alt nation aa cook, washer and irorer, und to do the
housework of a private tum'-j ; baa no objection toco a abort
<11 "tanoe in the country. c.;n be seen for two days r'
52 Mott street, second floor, front room; has city and coun'ry
references.
WANTED? A SITUATION, AS HEAD WAITER, IN A
hotel or restaurant, by a man who has b id over live
yearn' experience In the above line In this city, and < tn give
the best of references aa to character an1 capability, ihi ad
vertl?er l>i a good penman, enable o:' keeping all uoo xinta
connecteirtwlib bla situation. Address, Head Walter, boi 13?
Herald olllce, for two day*.
TTTANTKD-BY A RESPECTABLE PROTESTANT
TT jouns woman, a fltuailon aa laundress or cook; hv. nr.
objection to do chamirrwork In a private larallT. B>tofciy
reverence. Call at 471 4'h a'., bttween 1st and 2d ave?., lor two
days.
1.%T ANTED? BY A I IDT YOU?'l GIRL, A SITUATION
V V aa coD.petent waiter, or cbauibermaJd. lias the best of
citv reference from her la?t place. Ple^ie jali at 212 21at st.,
between l at and 2d ores , 1st tloor.
WANTKR-A HnUHTlON, BY A RESPECT A BL K
young woman, aa wet nurse, la a privaie family.
t.'oo<: city reference (jlvcn. PieiBe caL lor two da. s at 247
kats ltith i-t., rear 1st iv;nue.
TVTANTKD-A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
v? young woman, to cook, w vsh and i.-on In a resoe*i itile
lamlly. Can produce g^oa 'Itj tefeienie Irom her list pla-e.
.\pp>v ai 200 Weat Slat at. , between 8th and 9th avs. Cau be
?e<:ii ior twodays.
TV AN 1 ED? A SITU ATION, AH A GOOD COOK; CAN
TV da al! k uds ol baking, is s. goo 1 wishc- ad iro-ier, and
Is willing to make fcerseii reri'?i "-j uref . ; no obj ?' oa t.j
i he country Good reforeu^e liio bo guen. \pply At 210
Wesi 16th at., near ?th av.
VI r ANTED? A. SITUATION, BY A YOUNG WOMAN)
tt io cook, wa n und Itju. lias g>.4 referents
Pit use "ul! at ISO Plymouth street, Brooklyn.
VLr ANTED? BY A RESPKt TABLE Yul SO WOM.vN, A
If nit nation at plain cook In a private ffcui y Hmroi
refercti'*. Apply at 22 I'e>:k aUp. Can be seen .roiii oie un'il
1'om o'clock.
T|7 ANTED? RY A BE8PK TABLE MIDDLE- AGLP
v? Ergllsli n iram (Prei? slant), a aitutlion ?? hitn?*kee|ier
or upptr nurie: is a c e?er aeani'iiesa; has lived In the first
fa a. 1 1 if 1 in Ki^land' an "ake cl.arm of 1 iaby from lt< 'il'th.
Goo.1 ref"ren: ;. Adilresii IJ. M., i'. Mre. Elwwo l's, 221 Poriy
thlrtl itrcej,
TV ANTED? EY A RESV ROTABLE YOUNG WOMAN, A
*? iKnn 'on, aa cha-rherm?la and ff am- tresa, or as our**
ana fieair Te?3;ibe thoroughly uuJers.and* her buslm-si; tlm
best of city t* f- renoo con be given Horn hor last pla-e. t -all
mt ;io West lKk st , eecosd uoo.-.
\ A^TKIf? \ PITU VTTO.V VP ^CPfRINl'END/NT OK
?? a !am!ly. ir. tbo ab?enoeoi yarenta or guardian', by a
Idow lady, flfiy j ars of age, who has had thu rearing of a
family of S'-'iEund daug* 'ei *, nil of w boxn are settled ir. the
<Ye?i. 1 1,?> h>gh?' :? refere-.cei g'w>n and required. AdJres
Mrs. T'lli.j,'ieib Wbe -ier, WeattlelU, Esuei county, N. J., any
tu v. between thlssnd April 1.
WANTED? A BTTUATIO.V, BY A RESPRCTABLE GIRL,
*> to do the houMworte ol a ?nia!l priva.efsirllt; is a tnou
wathe and l/ntier; or llgb- chambe 'work and plain aewiitg;
l.as tlic^bcdi of miy reicrea.e. *p(;)v at No. 70 Washin^nm
Ktreot, Between York and Front, lirooklyn.
TITANTEII ? BY A YOUNG WOMAN, A SITU vTIOV A3
r* c^rrbe-maid anil ??" tr. ar to assist In wasliln^ and
iriring. In a reatecutb'e nrli nto family: 1? competent for either
ol ihcabovr; lit' lived in ber plaoi five years. The best ol
elty referi-ii' . given. Car bo <een for two days. If not en
'. ,/'l, a' It Foraytli street, in the rear num.
wV'ANTrai? BY A NEAT OIBL, OF GEfTEKX AD
*V dre^s, a aitjat'on si aiid aeamat ea?; < iuaail
t.t lor c> il iier.t.nd do ctiamberw o;k an 1 a*ai< ig in ihj nea'es'
niiDner. K . tellent oily reference. WacosfO. UnllntS383d
avetnie. t r iwo days.
WANl'KD? BY \ KEHPEi'I ABLE YOUNG EN'Vl.ISH
tin <i sltur.tlon, ascbeuiiicrmatd, or *ai*er. c ki lake
care ol chlldr* n and do plait n wlng; would u>ki: lie'*->olf use
i ll; has no objeetlon tr i- 1 a short dlsiauoe in the ronntrr.
l ica-e in.! R121C MulVe ry St., iron' basomeut.
VI/ ANTED- V STIU< rrON, AS f. X) K OU ITOUiKKERP
V* cr, i v rejpe ;sble EnglUn woman, whu perf' -tly uu
b rrtanOE 1. ??}, -'r.< In all 1 s branch -js. ? iMre^s ' A.c..
tr. I y
andc hi .
'?>" West ?l , between 9th and !0th aver. jf.
w
w
ANTED? A PITLATION, HY A RESPECTABLE
jo?jsk girl, uk uwh ; or ohakmbeemald ? ?o?>?I rltyrefc;*
irf m ber la t c.aoo. Please oali at 4i ^prlrf a ., seeori'l
1 wr, rocm No. 3.
WANTED? BY A KK^ri rAlJT.E YOING Vi MAN, A
' aitua lon t'< do fenernl !,f 1 le vork; a h goo I p aln c < >k.
ber and iron^r. ilest of c ly refc-ooee .vppl) at
.. lli..-'. sue-.', I.- j.ii basement.
WTANTED? BY A REAPS JTABLE AMERICAN WOMAN,
rV a ?i' >ia*lon . - . : r st rate oooic, w.?sli> r and Ir uer, In a
"nal. larnily. Gntvi re'eren-o giver, if rujiuiie'L I'an' ssoeu
i?r two <lay? If rot engaged, >'t 103 East ?Je,?>iiih a reet
\1? \ ST iiD? BY A RESPKOTARLK YOUNG WOMAN, A
* i ? bur . i am'jsrn 1 or chll Inn inai I, or to do
g'u.en I linn sew ixk. C in l ?; good references is><n ber last
I I'letie tc r .r. at 121 Mxrifa aveuuc, Brooklyn.
U, '? Ti'D-1'.y Rr.f>.''.:CTAULE M.VRRIRD WOMAV,
,i.i :,s s. ' r lu'ant, a ihlid to we. u'nae. Bo-tol'
re*< . ; ivc I.*. eo "reJ. Apv'y a' Wcsi 28th ?t.
y A'iTi-.D? 1>Y ' KEHI'I i MILE YOUNG WTMAN*, A
W sjt'mtlon In i r'iv.n/s iWrrliy; aiie nadorj'tanda cooking,
1,1 Is aocl w stb'r audi triner: can 1' jmnh g ?*! el * re
. r . ; ,e i o eeo fir two days et 304 Hoosioii st., eeooed
f, i> \ , Ytl TNi !
ire- - E W., i TV
' no i?F ti.v n n is G kf*
?-.i'ihi m ,,i * i 'smae In
i8l?i;it, bsviiiif a tborouxh
'i .rtil^'e i i i is tr mIa.
Ifl I <!, I . bin 12 J
W \Vl
WANTKD-BT A TOUNG MAN, GRADUATE OK TUB
Itlgh School, Philadelphia, a nidation In a first alas*
banking. Imparting or inWctn dry kuoda or prodiK? mm
u Isaton house. Situation mora of an ohj?d ikw aaiary (ha
Jii st year. AMrw High Usboot, Herald oOiee.
TV ANTED ? A SITUATION, AS WAITER IN A PRI
f v fata flu nil; or private boarding famine, by a Matf, ac
tive man. who i* willing to make hlmaaif generally twetul; la
a Protestant. rieaae address J. 813 Broadway, In the Mare,
'or two day*.
WANTKD? A SITUATION, AS BAR TENDER. BY A
young man whom any employer can rely on (ur to
I rHy, Integrity and strict aitunuou to business. Reference
liven for the last five years. In N*w York. The advsrttierle a
good penman and acoountant. A<U?e?? J. 8., Herald office.
WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN. AN AMERICAN. A PER
manent sitoaUon In a drag store; he perfectly under
stands tha business, and can come Immediately. Best of refer
enre can be given. Would not object going south or Wast.
Addreaa Druggist, Herald office, which wul be Immediately at
t ndcil to.
TVAHTICD-BY a RESPECTABLE YOUNG SCOTCH
" , man , a situation, as waiter. In a respesutble family; he
wou.d have ao objection to the country, Has a first rale
ri,?rsct?r troui bis late situation. Can be t>een at. or addrsss
R. M. S., ft) Wooster st., lorner of Spring sL
Yankee notions.-a youno man, who h h
even in the fancy good* bmtluePM for the pa*t five yea r*,
*Df! ??* a prompt trade, whicn he can oontro, in ilii*
nit u Weiitern 1m now open to make arrangement* with
iciiie Yankee notion notice, or would inkt* charge o* a notion
department n a dry *ooda bouve, and could influence conside
rable dry roods trade. The bent of city reference- given.
AddreiH Yankee Notions. Herald office.
<|?OK OR f80 WILL BE PAID, BY AN ACTTVP. IV
tetllgent young mau, o! good education, lora situ*
tlon as nookkreper's assistant, in a s ore, or anything i?. 'tie
like nature, flood city reference and security can be riven
Address J. 1* H., Herald oilice.
HMliP WAN I'KU,
A GENTS WANTED? IN EYRRY HTATB, TO SELL
J\ sheet maps oT the mos'. popular character. aU '-.''urn
of inqo'ry fully answered by return mail Willi calaloirur. ai d
speciim r uiap inclosed. ironte ai;eu'* now engage i are mm
itif lYowi So (o CIO a day. and any native tnau cannot fail to do
well In tbe bu mens. Address A. H .loee'.yu, map puuMaber,
Nob. ns snd ou Fulton st., N. Y.
AGENTS WANTED -A FEW OP GOOD ADDER'S A.vii
bc'tD-'-iK habits to sell a newly p iteuteU arUc e. Apii'y
to Myers & Cheney, t>6 Cortland t stcet
An experienced waiter wanted? a psons.
. tHiitOermau girl. CiU as 137 henry st., Brook yn, b?
,ween8 A. M., and 2P. M.
AN ACTITE YOUNG MAN, OP (JOOD ADDRB-H.IIS
w anted as ?sleaman In the carpet store ot k., A. l'e arson
A. Co., 70 Canal street.
Al'ORTER WANTED.? At'PLY IMMEDIATELY AT
tfce Herald olUce.
ABESPKCTABLK AND WKLL ?Dt'f'ATBD AMBRI
can lny, about 16 or 17 " ^aro ol age .* wanteil, o wi
sh page t/i a' lady and Kuntli 'iikn, travellins. Halarjr j;ood.
Kone except tho?e oi the r?qui,eil a?p and uatiunneed ..uk ??r.
Addre^i, tor two days only. Rotn ilnx. Hi raid offlce, ststin^
when and where an Interview may be had.
BOYi WANTED? IN A HAIR DRB^IKG AND BATHING
?aloon; one who ban worked at the lu'iotv** be'o e nrefm
rttU M. P. DROWNING. Zt Col'o'je pU. >.
Boy wan; ed.? an intelligent actiyb boy,
oi'xood addrm and ren ;fti'table (Airily, wanted li n i.t w
olilce. Address, by letter only, with referent c-, M. I.. Sludilon,
US Nas-au st.
/ 10OK WANTED.? WANTED, IS COOK, WASHKR aVII
XJ ironer.a steady Protp-tant wnuinn (owl n>n "t wi i
be required, and one who ban been li'lns; in Brooklyn will
be preferred April) at IIS lilcks street, dio.Jtlyn, ? e'.ween
the hours oi y and 1J o'clock In ijis mornlu/
/ 1O0K.?W ANTED, A PROTESTANT WOU.V), AX
" ^ 1.1'ok, and to antlm In washing and irr.Tung. Ruierea ??<
required. Apply st 11 Madlpor siunre Ui'li it.
C'L^.HE WANTED- IN K GK>TLKMAN'S PURVI8HIM0
> More; one weil acquainted with cttv retail trade cun appiv
to G. It., Herald oilice, with a?e, reference and salary .
Drug clerk wanted, at ? jamek street.? no
great provisional nkill requ'reil ai :Ue salary wiU '??
mnderalfi untli May, but the vera be?t recorriinerdt'for.a n? to
sol'rlety and honesty. Apply at'ier 10 o'clock A. M.
Farmer wantrd.? a hn<.h man. eithkr
Scotch or German; one who undern anu., kitchen den
lt)|T and taking care of hoi>e?. rna^ apply alter 1 o'e'Odk 1'. M.,
at 1SS Mont- c st , in the basement.
MAN WANTED, TO TAKE CHARGE OP A BRANCH
office in Uinolntmtl, who caj cooimaud t>om $100 toSdtht
ir cat-h; permanent sittuMloti on ? liberal Hilary, Ui an I. men;
t'sltbl'ui man. None but Aine'Utns, Knulisii or .Scotch peed
apply to P. F. Harris, officii New Yjrk l'uili-liiug Compa iy,
liri N't. -sa u street.
NrR?F. W ANTED? Ml"8T Bl'' A GOOD SIAMSTRESsi
?woFber and ironer. None oilier need uppiv. Rel'?ewes
requffnl. Call at 49 East 30th it , before 12 o'clock A. M.
CTRAW GOODS SALESMAN WANTED? IN A JOBaiNti
kj house; n ncrson bavlug a good cs*h or prompt, sbtrt ti.n?
trade, mostly in (,Hnada preterred. Address, wlthtu 1 particu -
jars, b'<t '2,(^5 Poet office.
TO STOCK CLERKS. ? W \NTRD, A COMPETENT AND
wuve >cung man, from 20 to 26 \ ears of .igc, who h fami
liar niih ail the various brandies c.t the atonk buii ie?", pi?
fi H-es an inilufnc-! with all tbe leading brokers, and ha oi ei
tenf ivc a qualiitaoce anions Uie le iding ?Un-t ooc-f?to-s, so an
in be nblc t' control thair patrqnatta, to nmb a per" in an ean
comply with all the?e roqulren.?nt? and produce the mo it uu
exceptionable rel'erencen as to character and qualid.'Jthiua, a
libe ai comperisatlon will be given a"d a pi-rm i nent s!'u*tkm.
No uilieif need apply. Addrein O. B.. Horald office.
TV"ANTFD? A GOOD COOK, WHO PERFECTLY CV
TV ilcrstapds her bUFlne? In all Its brarchor. Apply for
two d*>" at 17 ;eji 1 1 , between ihe hours ot 10 ui ?
\\T A NT ED? A TIDY, COLORED WOMAN, TO UOOk,
*v wa?h an<l Iron, at,d be generally useful In a piivae
family m' two peivous. None bU' bote alio bucreltron a
and ui .! Tstaml their business need applv. deed witivi iivet .
Call at 22 7lh av. ?
TV
A NTED -A FRENCH, GERMAN. OR SWHS UIHL.
fmiu r- un.-en to eighteen years of ap-, to wai: no taole
and do plain scuiug. Applj at 114 We?: -jtli n., i.eu 7ui
a%tnue, iron; 10 lo 12 A. M.
TIT<KTET)-A WOMAN, AS ?"TOAMHKRtf AID AND
TT l?uiidrcs?. None hot Protestant*, ana -tcso wh.. run ftva
city wftl WCW, Deed apply at 144 W eat 14th st.
1irANTED-A CHAMBERMAID COOK. WAIIBB GIRU,
T I la'indrejs, nurse and ??hm?.trc?s; t'sn, a colored jounc
wotriAt.; the \ery beat of wage* will be gives. Apply at No. .
i lib ft., a tew doors from Broad w?y.
XJT AKTf.P? A OIRL, FOR GKNKRAL, HOCSktVORK.
TT the inust tmdanttand plain "ooking mil wt?hiiur tud
Ironing. A pply at 28 Giove si , lmmedtat?ljr A ProtosUwr
prthirnl.
T17ANTED? A YOCNG WuM \N TO ATTEND IN A
TT isdies shoe siore; ana acquainted wltUUir bit dues* pre
lerrct*. satisfactory rcfwanw will be required. Apply "k
liufunt'r ?hne sloi e, 437 Broadway
W^AKTKT) -A YOUNG T.\PY ACOOS rOMED TO WOHK
' ' or, a teivliis machine- a eou.pefat.t person Will i.nd cod
Mud1 emp'ojment, by applying lo Mrs. HrtU, Will rtprlu^st.
T? *1 T Nl RSE WAKTKP JStsfEIH it ELY.?A 1VL If T.?
T ( Dr. Jar. Kiuim. rei , feC >-liT5 <ttte et.
117 KT > t'.?R % V.N TE1)- N C TO TAKK CU VBGH ur
ff ii I'.'iildloar \.r. old. u it ftihw* ?'??
?l.e hc.ii/- llssd: k M Mourn er) I I >?.,
neor ft* i ?.
UrAt ? - ? URirxBKt oouhwd wo* uc. to ???
a ?!*/' dUin .o tn fho i ntrv; on* \-l? .m. . <
.vnliir.g iit'd chamber A'uik. ai d in * c.?o?l ?a?h.:r?u . ,?
r tJati tiQ'hes; the muu under uinl general 4.! -n-Ae
bcr> untful. lr.umre at tUn H lid* in Biver I'o td'j ,
12i>i ?t., liciTP'n '.lh sod \0'b avs , from T to 8 o'r m-H In Cms
raorntcfi. and 4 to 6 o'clock Iti the afiernoon.
\Y A STEP? A O I R I., TO tSO IN TDK CllCNPAY;
Vt nnif i bo u<>&t, pertectly p<kk! tempi.rt.ii. a .'fxnl ,;o.?V .m l
laker m.d a .'Lr- 1 rale launJro k. App.y %t ril 'Jrco-.e sU
TTTAXT*D-A PROTESTaST WOMAN OP frX'EtT
Tf eoc?' (Scotch <>r Knelliih preferred a* iMf.iit'-. n .> t.
Mus' ha i e i' led city reference*. Apply a' No. 5'i We t loth ;t.
tVTAMhD-A TODHO MAN KOR THE OROCBRT
?? buslnMs; Irish preferred; one tlia: ha< i< wu in Ji#
pie: rred. Inqalrs of Chirle-i -alTlln, con it/ irt'
Yarii-k I.r;ii ill- i;_"i)i, -?
-n- ANTED -a Y0V50 AMERICAN .-TCH A M W <9
" ? hii prompt raltH of valuable articles lu/amM? its*. \
fniort m<w lo eilect Hales enn ram flora o Ml per day. A p>
ply tcr addrasn to Kd. Olllec, No. 4 li?si Broadway.
T1 VNTEl)- ' RESPECTABLE AND E.VE.IUKTIO
?T yO'inK man, to canvas" ilm lower por*:oaol t ic l-y. Vp
ply ar '24 Hey eircot, third door.
ti^anted-a" fi rnituhe" SALESMAN, 0NK~ WHO
?T ha^ been Ic the hmltie-?i In ihln clt- App'y at iln siora
159 t'baii.am it , between Koor'velt and s sts.
WAS n:n^-A~ Bookvf ??v*? in "a oi.T~uodb<
ff Imporilrty honv ; iv.' 1 ly icqiulrded with bm
btislncHH nilsry not .iTer tk? II. Addteis real ni.tuefoO le^e
rm.ee, bi"> P".' I'csi ofli-e.
WAN! Elf^A BOY. FOCRTEEN'oR KIFTEEN- YKaBS
TT o Hie. to live on a fimn llfy miles from New Yoik. 14b
tniM". consider liis hoard, rloilntg and school tuition In iriuMr,
ss a "omponiatloD for the iirst two yeur<. Appl/ to A. Hep
bnrn. Herald office.
T\" ANTKD- A r6t7*FROM IS TO^ii YKAIw-1 OK AtfE,
TT who wriie a plnln, rapid band, to write wrapp:rs Ii a
newspaper <ifli '<!. Apnly at the Erealm; Poal stttce, eirner
ol' Vh *u and lJberty sis.
IV ANTED. -AOKST? TO CaNvXs.S IN THIS CITY.
TT App'y at t?5 Htojidway, room ?7.
1\ AKTED-A fol .vo MAN TO A8KI8T IN !C KEPI SO
TT a ?e' of book!, and to make himself *?neral > nset'.il.
Arply to Braislrd A Dougherty, 291.) Broadway.
Yir A NTED. ? A BOY WHO UNDERSTANDS ThTkNO.
TT li?h si.d 'Urman langnscrcs. and ttjo can furaUh cool
city reierenei ?, at No. 37 South William ? , up stairs, btck of.
lice.
INTSLUGBRCa OFFICES.
I^MriXJtMEST AOEMCY OFFICE. TOR PROVIDING
J perranN HO Fast Fourteenth strte.', t nlon i;N uapc ? Rs
tabllst'ed IR',0? Under the spcriai p?trrns*e of Rer. Drs.
Ivnjf, t fcee\er, Hav.ks, Hatrd. Powllnir, Falrchlh), HedeU,
McD mell, A ? , .to. For iho prulecilon ol employers in the m
1 'ctioti ol servants, and the Riildonce of persoua seeking st'iia
tlon?. Ji MN t). OA1.I.A.0USR, Kgent.
N. B.? Several cslls at present lor coob, Ac. Hriug go's!
references.
I'Ml'LtiYKRS WIHH1NC <ii)Ol> .iKKY.VN I'.-l tvTIX
i lii?: r"spe 'lahle Qwmtn, English, tjooltli and Irish be.p,
?or lioteli si:d private f?tniH<'s. st MOKRIH COIIVKW it
CO.'H. :?7 Mrom'wsv, mrntr of h. ad'- street; also, tMTIi'i,
i oschmer, fkrri?rs, laborers to,, t tM- or tho bran;h ofllcc,
n . Greenwioh sire^i.
THE mUTART.
1 A XT a lifil !.S ? kH MURY. .'AN, 2, 1M&-THK *x.
i> iif.pi audh or, un.; <? s oft'iis command art noiUied m
? i c?r , ilieatni. v?'o " " " 1 OTircotf , this day, .id
i , ? | o'clock, tafotn wjt'i ibea^'ive me . rrs In p ?; iunn
ihe I- t sm'1 ? ?'? Of rc-peot to the !??<. Wflliarn Msson.
ifr i. F. MM' tB. fecf, H. I*. A YRE-t, Prosfclent.
t i t?: r, y p.vrXo and
vrini, -hdUi , h u?aci>i, ?'> c. . for
? > u'.j' i KV<-n M:V~:T
mi quartei s, ? ?t !i. -f,

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