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SITUATIONS WARTED-FKMALES.
A~ SITUATION WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE GIRL,
aa chambermaid and waitress, or as nnrae and seam
s tress; has ito objection to the country; good city reference
?riven. Can be Hern for lb rev day* at 70 29th at., between
Lexington and 4th ava. .
A COMPETENT GIRL, WHB GOOD REFERENCE.
wanM a situation us chambermaid and waitress. You
can net lier or suyoilier first class servant you want, free oI
any charge, at lttEaut 11th St., betMreen 3d and 4tb avs.
A RESPECTABLE GERMAN GIRL WANTS A SlfUA
tion as tirst class cook; understands soups, meats and
pastry and desserts of all kinds, and speaks the English
mnf'itwe; can procure the best city reference. Call at *00
East 33d St., between 1st and SMI a**
SITUATION WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE
girl, as iir?t rate cook, and in willing to assist 'n the
plain washing if required. Can give the bo#t of reference
from her lasi pi ioe, where she bat lived live years. Can bo
seen for two days at 1M 7th av., near 23d st.
A SITUATION WANTED?BY A YOUNG WOMAN, AS
cbamb:rn*id und si amstres", in a respectable family;
can do embroliery and would iriaku herself generally ush
ful; the best of reference can be given. Call for two days at
4314th av., between 30th ad I 81st sis.
A YOUNG GIRL WANTS A SITUATION. TO TAKE
care of children; can do plain sewing and all kinds oi
embroidery. Apply at 75 Madison ave.
A SITUATION WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE
young woman, as good cook, good washer and ironer,
?r to do general housework; no objection to do chamber
work and waiting. Good reference. Can be seen for two
days ut 138 Sack1,it st., near Hicks at., Sooth Brooklyn.
A SITUATION WANTED?BY A YOUNG SCOTCH
gir;, to do general housework in a small private family.
Can bu teen for two days at 125 Went 28th St., In the store.
A RESPECTABLE YOUNG COLORED GIRL DESIRES
Jr.L a situation as chambermaid lu a private family in the
city. Call at 191 Mulberry St., rear building, first floor.
A SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG WOMAN, TO
do chauibcrwork and waiting, or chain berwori and
nursing. City reference. Can be sten for two days at 210
West 25th st.
AS NURSE.?A SITUATION WANTED. BY A PROTES
i.int woman I'ul.y competent of die-(.urging Ihe duties
of infant's nurse; understands the management aud care of
tant woman fully competent of ills-Lurking Ihe duties
infant's nurse; understands the management and care of
children; long experience. City reference. Call at 42 Union
s-juaie, cost side, between 10th and 17th sts.
A RESPECTABLE YOUNG GIRL WANTS A PITUa"
ilun, as nurse and seamstress, or as chambermaid and
seamstress, or would do the housework of a small private
family; has ihe best of city reference. No objection to go a
short distance In the country. Call for two days at 148 West
19th St., third floor, front room.
A RESPECTABLE MIDDLE AGED AMERICAN WO*
man desires a situation a? cook in a sm ill family; ha
no objection to ?o a short distance In the country. Call ou
or udriress Mrs. Woitliington,239Spriug St., In the basement,
where sliecan be seel) until engaged.
A RESPECTABLE WOMAN WISHES A 8ITUA1ION
as seamstress; is willing to do ehumbcrwork If re
quired; understands cutting and fitting. Two years' city
reference given. Call at 144 Weil 19th si., mar 8th av.
Avery respectable girl wishes a situa
tioii in a small private family to do general housework.
Best city reference. Call at 54 East Warren si., Brooklyn,
second floor, bat k room. *
A RESPECTABLE MARRIED WOMAN, WHO HAS
JY lust her own baby, wishes a baby to we - nurse; has .1
fresh breast of miik. Can be well recouimendcd for respec
tability. Can be seen for two days at her own residence, 102
En-1 &ilb st. Cull at the basement door.
A HIGHLY RE8PECTAIILE GIRL WISHES A SITUA
tlon as uiirsc and seamstress; she is a most competent
nnil trustworthy p rion to till tiie situati in, ami c.in bo
highly rei trom oded by the lauyjshe lived with, and who lias
known her for years. Cau be seen at 400 Cth av., betwe u
27th ,'^ih Hcmijjl lioot^fr^t rojm.
A FIRST CLAPS ENGLISH COOK WISHES A SITUA
tion in n respectable family; understands baking and
dairy work. Call lor two days at 119 19th st., between 2d
and 3d avs.
AblTUATION WANTED?BIT A STEADY, CAPABLE
woman, as nurse and seamstress; iius uo objeei<oii to
go in the country, or travelling fur the summer months; can
be well re-I'minended, and can be ?een at her present em
ployer's, 24 Eust 35th st.
A YOUNG WIDOW WOMAN. ABOl'T TWENTY.FOUR
years of age, would like to have a situation In a small
family, with her baby, two years old, 111 either city or coun
try ; good oity reference. Call at 40 West Utli si,, between
6th and 0th avs., in the grocery store.
ALADT S MAID WISHED TO ENGAGE WITH A
family fil ing to Europe; is accustomed to travel, and
would take charge of children on the passage; also make
herself generally useful; salary no object. Address for two
days M. f.j box 117 Herald qitlCB.
A SITUATION WANTED?BY A RESPECTABLE GIRL,
as seamstress: understands all kinds of lamlly sewing,
?ilk embroidery and the linest of needlework: can take full
Charge of a baby or chll ilrcn; is willing to do lij{bt chamber
work; no objection to the country: beat of reference if j?
qnircU. Call for Um e days at 63 fit ton are., Brooklyn.
A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN IS DESIROUS
of obtaining a situation iu a private family as chumber
mald and waitress, or as chambermaid mid seamstress; Is
willing to make herself useful and obliging where she
would lind the comforts of a b me. Comes well recommend*
sd, aud can be seen for tw o days at 141 West 27th St., second
floor.
AM SITUATION WANTED-BY AN EXPERIENCED WO
man; iaagooi cook and would aaslat wltb the wa?blng
and Ironing and do the baking of a small private family. Brit
of city reference gl\ en from Iwr butt place. Can be seen at
No. 1/0 West 17th It., I>etween 7th aud 8th area.
A SITUATION WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE
young girl, to do general housework foua small private
family, or to do plain cooking, washing aud Ironing; ii wil
ling and obliging. Good elty reference given from her last
l>1aoo, where abe baa lived oca year. Coll for two day* at
108 We?t Uth at., between Cih and 7tb area.
A RESPECTABLE YOUNQ WOMAN WANTS A 81TUA
tlon in chambermaid aud waiter; no objection to so In
the country. lias live years'reference Irora her lasi place.
Can be ?< en for two da; a If not engage.! at 237 East 19th tit.,
ton llocr, back room.
A SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG WOMAN, TO
do up stair* work or bouse* ork and make berneif gene
rally tffllul. City re 1 err no'. Caji b<-accn for two du;s at
430 7>b ?v., between Srtth and #7tta ata.
A SITUATION WASTED?BY A RESPECTABLE
.voting tviinian, a< uuivi and tumilrem; can cut and
lit children's dr**se?. it willing to inate beravll generally
neaful; bo objection to go to the country for tbc Rammer;
good reference can be given. '.all for two days at 1J3 Ea*t
!?th el., near 3d uv.
ABITI'ATiON WANTED?BY A PltOlESTANT OlRL.
as scamstrciia; i.o objection to do iljut ch unlterwork;
la an fxreilent n atustreas; ctn do nil kinds of erohr ildeiy;
no objection lo going in this country. C.iu be seoaat Ler pre
sent employer (, Sri East 17<h at.
A INITI ATION WANTED?BY A RESPECTABLE
young w-mian. at 0r?t rate o >oic, wusbcr and iron'r;
baa aevsn years' reference from her U?t p ace, no objections
to the oountty. Can be acn toi'two dityut at ^7d 3d av., be
tween 2id and 23d s!s., top tloor, hack room.
Airuatioii wanted?by a toxnmnrr wo
man, us baby'a n.ir?'. or nurs' and HtMirm, Can
give good city rcioreuce Horn b?'r last employer. Can be
eeen at 830 Broadway.
A RESPECTABLE TOCNO WOMAN WANTS A SITUA*
tiou ?a rhambeiuntid and waller, or lo itrsitt with tue
wital.ingaud ironing. Can be seen for two day* at 138 East
22d at , first Iloor, front loom.
An REHI'EI TABLE YOVNO OlRL WANTS A 81TUA
tion na ?>o^, \\ a'rtber and tronir. ?lood city reference.
Can I e seen for two day a at 176 East 2dtli ?t.
A\ ERY RESPECTABLE OlRL WANTS A SITUATION
us chami>?rniaid or waiter, or lo take -are or children;
no objection to go a ahoit distince In the ciuntry; has the
best of city tefen nee; left her last situation In ronsciueuce
of the lady giving >p bouaekeeuiug. Call for two days at
310 West So st . mtw 'en 9th and 10th a. a.
AM SITUATION W \htbd?by a respectable
young woman, as gt>od pHin rook; a gou?l tinker of
bp aii and bl* ult. and a goud wasliar and irouer; b<m or city
r^frrenrc .-an be given Imra her la*t place. Call at 141 East
SHth *L, between 2d and Sd a*?.
Am situation wanted-by a steady man, as
private watchman; or to take charge of a set of o&ces:
can he wail recommended trwm bis ant place. AUdrcsaJ.
II., 302 8th ar.
A SITUATION WAMKD-BV A YOUNO WOMAN. TO
JBi dochambrrw.rk aud waiting, nuJ lake earn of children.
MM poo i city reference. Can be tec J for two day*, at 10S
Weal 2tth at.
AM YOCNfJ WOMAN WISHES A SITUATION AN LAUN
draas; la a <<>mpe'ant ?MMMM and line waahsr
and Ironer. ia fully aid* to act In any oi th??e capacities
Oood city reference If required. Call at M W?at 1Mb el.
A SITUATION WANTF.D-BT A TOUNO WOMAN. AS
chambermaid and w*m*tra??, or to lake care of children,
In a small private family; no objection to *> in the country.
HI i years' city reference !iom her laat plare. Call at 131
Want 'Mth at., between 7th and 0th aet., top Uoor.
A SITU ATION WANTED-BY A KESTECTABLE UIBL,
between 16 and 19 year* old, to take care of a child, or
to aaal?t .n light work. No objection to go to the country for
the summer month*. Apply for two day* at 176 Bast Wt n St.,
?$.<>nrt dour, ha- k room.
A respectable YOUNG WOMAN WANTS A 81.
tuellun aacook, who thoroughly understands her bual.
Deal: undcrabtnds | aetry anl la a food baker. Tha beat <4
olty reference giren from her laafemployer. Can be a?en
for two day at JI2 Mb sy . betw een I5?h ami 10th ?!*.
AS M'RSE ?A COMPETENT WOMAN WI81IES A
situation lu a respectable lamlly; la eapnlbe of tbe en
tire charge or an Infant from Ita birth or can bring It itp by
hand: la a goo'l plain ??" or. Maa the best of city rei?rtn?a.
Call Ioi .? o day* at llftp'.h a. ? In the mnlinetjr *t.> ?.
AM SITUATION WANTRD-BT A YOUNO WOMAN, TO
d'jgrn ral housework In a small prl\ate family; la a
good cook, washer and Iron^r. City reference, Can be See*
for two ?liur* at W (irauU at., corner ol' Monroe. No obles
tlon to chlKran,
AM RESPECTABLE OIRL WISHER A SITUATION AS
cook, washer an<i Ironer in a private faintly ; la a good
baker and eycalJ nt vvaaher and troaar: ha? no oh|?>'tloi) to
a yintuel boarding bo'iac or will go to N "W York. Has good
reierenee. Cm oeseouior two'lays at 2Mtiold at., near
Tillary at., Brooklyn.
Am COOK AND CHAMBERMAID OK UNDOUBTED
respcrlnbillty, ha?lngsix and two years ri eommeiidft
tionlroui thetr last <wnployerg|wi4li situations In a private
family. CAII for twf naj a at 140 Kast S6'.h ?L
ARESrKt TABI.R PROTESTANT WOMAN 1yant8 A
situation .ti (.n? k. The lte?tof coy iefrien< ?. Can bo
?e?n fot two day* a? 24? THi ar.
AMTirATION WaXTKD-BY A RESPE'TARLR
yountt girl, to doehambcrwoik and waiting In n private
MW&eM
jencr^al hougewcy Bt'i Of U'y J tJCUl ?. Cull
SITUATIONS WAKTED-rBHALES.
A TIDY, WELL RECOMMENDED AMD COMPETENT
'servant wi.-his a situation to do housework; la uot afrit id
to work. Cooks plain aud well, is a neat washer and ironer
and la klpd to children. Apply at 47 Allen ?t., second Hour.
ABEHPECTABLE woman desires a situation
as seamstress and t? take charge of children, or as
seamstress and chambermaid; understands the cure of chil
dren, and ran perfectly cut and fit thiu i lollies. Mas first
class city referocods. Call at 121 Bast 18th st., scoond floor,
back room.
A81TUATI0N WANTED?BY A RESPECTABLE WO
nan, as mine; Is competent to lake charge of an Infant
from its birth; Is willing to travel to California with a lady.
Beferenre from her (ant employer. Can be wen for two
days si *71 3d av., com or of 22.1 st.. second floor, front room.
A COMPETENT DKBSSMAKBR AND LADY'S MAID
want* a situation with a lailv or t.imily; thoroughly
uinieriun.ls cutting and ttttlnn children's rloiliiux; also
family sewing of ail kinds; no objection to travel; the best
city retVren-cg given. Call at AJO Cih anear 14th st.
A RESPECTABLE YOUNO GIRL WISHES A PITUA
tton In a sinsll private family to <lo general housework;
aan give goo?l reference. Can he seen for two days at 233
West 25th st., between 8th and 'Jth a vs.
A SITUATION WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE
young uo niD, as i ook, wuslier and lroner; good city
refei ence. Call at 108 West Sid St., between 6th and 7th avs.
A SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNO ENOI.I8H
1'iutestant girl, to do the general housework of a small
family; is a good plain cook, washer and ironer; or would
do chamberwork arid waiting. Also, good cook and baker;
understands the rare of a dairy, lioth nave good city refe
rence. Call at 1US West 28th st., near 7th av., room 6.
AM RESPECTABLE PROTESTANT OIRL WISHES TO
obtain a situation to do general housework in a small
family. Apply at 194 East 17th St., second floor, back roum.
I DRESSMAKER WISHES A FEW MORS OCSTO
/V iners, to go out by the ?iay or week; can eut and tit
ladies' dresses. Call at or addresa 838 6th ave, first floor,
front room.
A COOK WISHES A SITUATION IN A BOARDING
house, hoel or restaurant; understands all kinds of
meats, soups and pastry. Can be seen for two days at 272
We?tl7th st., near 9th av.
A SITUATION WANTED?BY A YOUNO WOMAN, AS
good'ook; no- objection to assist with the washing.
City reference. Can 1>e seen for two days at 23Q)i East
9th st.
AM YOUNG GIRL WISHES A SITUATION AS CHAM
berniald and waitress; has no objection to help with
the washing. Best of rlty reference. Can be seen for two
days at 271 Myrtle av., Brooklyn, second floor, front room.
AN ENGLISH GIRL WISHES A SITUATION AS
nurst aud seaniHtr 'SM; would like to travel to Europe,
flood city reference. Apply at 333 8th av., second floor, front
room.
A SITUATION WANTED?BY A RESPECTABLE
young girl, as children's nurse and chambermaid, or
will take charge ol a baby and do the sewing; Is willing and
obliging; is willing to go a short distance in the country.
Bfi&t of city reference. Call for two days at 73 West 17th st.
A RESPECTABLE YOUNG OIRL WANTS A SITUA
A tlon as chambermaid or waitress, or to do general
housework In a small family. Oood city reference. Call for
two daysat 223 East 19th St., top floor,
A RESPECTABLE WOMAN WISHES TO OBTAIN
some family's washing at her resident, or to go out by
the day. Bent reference. Iiuiuiro at 233 1st av.
A RESPECTABLE OIRL WISHES A SITUATION IN
a aural private family to do general housework. Oood
reference from lust place. Can DC seen for two days atSOJ
picks at., PiooVlyfe.
A YOUNG WOMAN WISHES A SITUATION AS
chambermaid and team stress; understands all kinds
of lamily wing; good re,ferenoe froiu her last lilac >. Can
bp seen t'oi tuo days at IjJj) Washington St., second floor, back
room.
I RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMaN WISHES A SITU.
JX atlon as good rook; is willing to assist in the wash ni
and irup'.ng: ha no objection to the country; has the best
of refer licc. Call at 226 West 2ith st.
A RESPECTABLE OIRL WANTS \ SITUATION AS
cook; understands all kinds ol pastries and rooking;
good reference. Can be seen for two days st 09 West 25th st
AnESrECTABLE YOU NO WOMAN WISHES A SITU
Sil in as cook, wa?her and Ironcr, or would i o M cham
bermaid ami waller; bust city refe rence from last place.
Can be teen till suited at 91 East Baltic St., South Brooklyn.
A SITUATION WANTBD-BY A YOUNQ WOMAN; IS
an eiperleneed cook and baker; would assist in the
wa.-luiig and Ironing If required; would bo willing to go In
the iO !ntry with a family; unexceptionable reference. Cun
be kreu/ui two Ua} ? at >o. 3 E?st list at., between Brood
?V?id6?h nv. VV 4 . -
A situation WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE
woman, as, cook, washer and troner. Una wood city
references, and thoroughly tinder*tnud? her business. Can
be icon for tiro days, at the b<um of tier present employer,
91 Etist 17th st.
A RESPECTABLE YOUNQ FEMALE WANTS A fllrU
ation In a small family, to do general housework. The
beet city refereni-e Riven for the last uin? yean. Can be
seen for two days, from 9 till 4 o'clock, at 26 Sheriff street,
between Broome and Detaileey, first floor, back room.
A situation WANTBI>?BY A respectable
young woman, as otok, washer and li^ner; the best of
city reference from her last place. Can be seen at 2<tt 34th
St., between 9th an I 10th ava.
A SITUATION WANTBD-BY A YOUNQ WOMAN, Aft
laundress; understand* wasMog, Ironfng, glazing aud
fluting; eity reference. Call at 270 3d ar., near afef St., aeeond
floor, Mck, fur two day*.
A situation wanted-by a rbspectabijs
young girl, aa chambermaid and waitress Beat refe
rence front ber last pla x. Call at 130 West 33d St., corner of
7tb av.
ASnt'ATION WANTED?BY A YOUNQ WOMAN, A8
chambermaid a id waitress, or would do plain sewing
and UKncare or nhildrvD. Three years' reference from her
last emp'oycr. Call at 3f>01st av., between 221 and 23d sis.,
second Hour, baok room.
A RESECTABLE colored WOMAN WISHES TO
get a situation as chambermaid in a public bouse at a
watering plate. Call st N<>. 6 Pair St., Brooklyn, between the
hours ol 9 and S o'clock, on Tuesday.
A COOK'S situation wanted-BY A respectable
woman; thoroughly understands her business. Bern
eity reference. Can fie seen fur two days *1 her present em
p'.oj er\ M West 45th st.
A SITUATION WANTED?AS TRWELLING MAID,
by a re?po table and eioei leocod colo.-ed woman. Can
be seen uultl engaged at No. 1 Klngst.
A resectable young oiiil wisrtBB a situa
llou as nurse and seamstress; Is coui|> ? at to Instruet
childrrii. Tun veiy bc?t of nlty lefeieuou i;irrn. Would
1 refer living n .t Fr ncli family; wages not so mil h an o >
etas a goot and permanent hum*. Can bo seen at 20
fasblii^t iii p'noe, near Broadway, lor two days.
A RESPECTABLE YOUNO OIKL WISIIKS A SITU A
tlun to do general boas uork, in a small family; baa
no objection to go a short distance in the < O intry; h is the
bestofcityi.fi' '.in. Call foi two days at 5Jfl Ct i are., be
tween ,U?t Slid S2 I >IH.
I RESPK. TABLE PERSON WISHKH A situation
_i Y ass amslr. ss. lu a prnao family; undistaudi lirest
mnklng; hai no obj< eiion to rhumbe. work; good my refe
rences ('all f,,r tw j days at W Chariton si., ro mi 14.
A YOU NO OIRL WISHES a SITUATION TO IK)
rhumb -rwork and w?uliw, or would do iieu.<ew< r'* in
a small piiv#t* family, good roferenco oau be jilven from her
last plate. Inuulre at '11a Couit at., between luiuu and
Frcsldent sts., Brooklyn.
A situation wanted-by a respectable
young womsn, *? *eatn?tre**; no objection lo do lifcht
cbaniherwork ( understands *11 kinds of family sewing, cut
ting auil filling children a'lothlng; i? an eicidleut talloress.
Oood el'y rcftreiicciw. Call lor two day* al 221 Weatltfth
?t., bM*tei Mb ?Md 9th a\ x., thiid floor.
? STEADY YO! N(] WOMAN WANTS A SITUATION
J\ as cook and to assist in the washing, or lo r,>ok, u?nh
and Iron for a *mail fimity. Oood otty reference. Apply at
IN Court at., bctweou Amity and Oongre??, Brooklyn, fur
two day*.
AYOUNO AMERICAN WOMAN WANT** A SITUA*
tton, tn a ?inall private family, to do homework. Good
rjfcrwu. Call for two day* at 118 East ISth St., near 3d ar.
A situation WANTED?BY A RESPECTABLE
viniitf woman, aa good cook, washer and kroner, la a
? broadand biscuit maker; ha* no objection lo (,o in the
try with a lamlly for tbe summer. Uood city roieronto.
Call atH Wc*t 19tU si, for two day*.
A SITUATION WANTED-BY A respectable OIRL,
? A a? chambermaid and waltreM, or a* chambermaid and
plain neatiiftro**; uo objection* to go * *hort distance la the
oouutry. Can be *een at IM Weat I8th st.
A situation WANTRD?BY AN experienced
? oichman. who thoroughly understand* his business
anctinpenecUyoiavertantwUb tbe treatment and menage
ni'M ul horse* Has the boot of rafertn cs, having lived
eight year, In on* place. Appl^ at?6 and <8|Ml Qt.
ARBSPEC7ABLE YOUNO WOMAN WANTS A SITU
eil?n tn a private lamlly; I* a kood plain eook and an
etoelleui uaslnraud Ironer; would dochamlH rwork arid us
?1st In washing. 81* year*' city reference If required. Can
be seen fm three day*. If not engaged, at <"41 1st av., between
3*U and 394 *t*., second Boor, roar..
Actuation wanted-by a young WOMAM, TO
cook, wash atfd Iron, or a* lannilrOK* or to do general
botiMtvorfc; no objection to a largo famllv. City relereace.
Iniulrc At88Carroll *(., one door from Co.ambla, Brooklyn.
CALIFORNIA.?A YOUNO OIRL DESIRES A SITUA
t Ion a* servant In a family going to California. Bent
references. Addre** 209 East 55th it.
Fancy or thread and needle storb.-alady
who ran keep acronnts aud will give security, desire*
employment. A-ldreat Mia Or.ty, <8 (irand St., Jcraey City,
HOUSKKFETKItS-AN AMERICAN LADY WISHES A
situation as hnuiMkneper in a hotel or boarding houso,
having bad a number or years' ttMrMnroi good olty reffl.
renoo given. Call on or addres* A. W., 60 Carmine si., for
one week.
Housekeepers SITUATION WASTED?BY A Wi
dow la'ly. who is kind and obliging; will lin found faith
ful in *rery respect; can cut and make children'* clothes,
make and trim bonnets, no objeotion to leave the city. In
quire al 77 Pitt gt.
LACNORESSE'S situation WANTED?MY A COMI'E
tent and respectalHO woman | no objection to to into
the country a shrnt distance. Can he *ecu lor two days at
No 40 Bedford *t.
CirUATtOVS WAKTED-PY TWO RESPECTABLE
O flrls; one a* good <oo* and eicellent waslvr and ironer;
is a soci baker; the other as chambermaid and laundress!
both understand their buslneas thoroughly Ilaro the bent
of city reference I rora their last place. Call al J09 We t 43d
flt, btlviteu 9th and IQtb art*., iecend flotr, hack room.
MTUATIONB WABTED-FBHALBI.^
SITUATION WANTED?AH COOK, BY A KESPECTA
Me widow woman without any incumbrance: untier
tUr.iN Pi. och looking, mi nt, Kanin and soups; would have
no objection to doth* washing and Ironing in a amall family,
('an be seen for two da+? a', her present . mi<loy<'r-*, where
?be ha* lived for several year*. Apply at 8tS Bant 35th it.
SITUATION WANTED?IIY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG
woman, with it fresh breuat of milk, an a w et nurbe in a
roiuftiblfl family. Can lie at 147 7th av., between 20th
and 21st sts., tei'.iioor, back room.
WANTBD-BY A RESPECTABLE WOMAN, A 81 IT! A
tion, to do general housework in a sma'l private t.unllv:
good re'ejvB'e from last place. Call for two days at 259
Spring, near lludsop *t. ___
WANTED-BY A RESECTABLE YOUNO WOMAN,
a situation an aca*iisira?a iu a private family; plain
sewing, needlework. an embroiderer ami v?-?t maker. Uu
be seen lor a week at >H North 4th at., Willia iitmifj.
YTTANTED.? A RESPECTABLE PROTESTANT OTRL
Vt wibbe-i a situation ax chambermaid or ultresH, or to
aaalrt In waiting an I ironing. Apply for two days at her
la.-it plac-", 17H W? st MUt at. _
WANTED-A SITUATION, BY A PKOTESTANT
young woman, a* coon; Wvuld a.s?i?t with the wash
ing and ironing, liool city reteroca. Call at 104 Went
24th at.
WANTED?A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
young girl, as chambermaid add plain sewer, or would
takecav" of cjiiMrftli. Good city refeeen-a from her laat
|ila,:e. Call at 2 is) 9-!i av, between IStli and 36th ate., third
(loor, back loom.
TX?ANTED?SITUATION AS CHAMBBEMAID AND
ff waitress, or seain-trvs*. Can predu-e good relerenoe
if required, dun be seen thia day at 20S Sand* nf., Brooklyn.
WANTED?A SITUATION, BY A YOUNG WOMAN,
to no chamberwork anil fine washing or plain tewing.
Country or city. Call at txttl 31 av.
WANTED?BY A RESPECTABLE VOUNO OIRL. A
situation to do chamberwork and waiting or to take
care or children; beat of city reference given. Call at No. 378
1st av., between 23d and 2M at*., second lloor, front room.
WANTED?BY A RESPECTABLE QIKL, A SITUA
tion as chamb-ruuud and waitreas; is willing and
ob'.Mn,:, haa the beat ol citji reference. Call for two daya at I
131 7th av., between 19th and*Kli ata.
WASHING?WANTED,| BY A WIDOW WOMAN. A
few Indloa'or gentiarneu's washing; can do all kinds
of Pr.-neh tlu i.ig and one linen in the neatest style, and on
the most ivaxonahlc term*; or woulil work out by the day.
Can produce the best or reference if required. Apply to Mr*.
M jore, 142 2ist at., * few do-xrs east of 3d av., room No. 7.
WANTED?BY A RESECTABLE GERMAN GIRL, A
situation to do general bouseworktis a good washer
and ironer. Cull for two daya at Mil Myrtle av , between
Ryerson at. and Urand av., Brooklyn.
TITAN TED?A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
VY girl, as chambermaid and waitress, o.1 to do chamber
work ami plain sewing Beat city reference. Can be seen
for two days at HI Smith ft., Brooklyn.
WANTED-BY A' RESPECTABLE MIDDLE AD ED
pen-on, a situation u> lake charge of an liuunt from La
birth, or to take charge oi an in :uld. Best aty reference
from last place, which "lie left only in ceneaquenib of their
removal to tne South. Call for two days at 296 9th St., second
Uuor, front room.
WANTED?BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNU WOMAN, A
situation as nurse and to do i<lain sewing Or chamber
work; is willing to make herself generally useful. Call for
two days at l':5 East 38th at.
WANTED?A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
man, as waiter in a prha'e fanny; can be a on until
suited at bis present employes a, No. 2 East 17th St.; no ob
jection to go in tho country.
YVANTED?A SITUATION, BY A EE8PEOTABLE
TT yo uj ijrl, va chambermaid and waitress. Call at 79
TiUar..- st , Bioo'.|\ n.
TITANTED-A SITUATION, AS CHAMBERMAID, P.Y A
TT ''apabla y rl, withgoou roterenoo. Call for two ihiys
at 51 West 22J st.
Vit ?ntpiwby A RESPECTABLE WOMAN, A 8ITI A
SVcfct list ?t.
Wvvtkd?by A respectable YOUNG UIRL,
?7 vr?r? or ftic, a kltuatlon to <10 cb*ml.crv*ork anil
ht iwten_ry ^ UEbi'eotamlie YOUNG WOMAN, A
W ?ltua?cn u.tok or ? oum do geue.al houaowork in a
S?W5?S5Bftrtt
b rooklvn, i i?t Hoar, baok room.
lisSHBS
n?*r Clinton. Brooklyn. ?
*-?nvrvn BY TWO resfsctablb protestant
WffiS* a. fir* tte
other a* chamb. rinaid aad J*1al'1 f!llu mw1uk' the beat or
1 pno?, whcro the, htedaot.o
yel? Call at 1u iqthav., nar 18th ?t^
Hr
Boor, buck room. ?
"%1tanted?by A RESPECTABLE YOUNG GIRL, A
SfifcassHfiSEse
tor place, wwiicr 4ih ar.
WANTED?a situation, BY A TOUNO GIRL, AS
^han^rmaid mU n?m; ijj ?0* ?tata-w?; cXV
reference given. Call at k Kaat hu **?
Wanted?by a respectable protectant
vuuii^ woman, a aituatlon ua num and aeatnatieaa.
rau cut and lit el.lldr.n'e clothe.. und^r<rt?vla alt Mgdjof
faintly arwlug, and can operate on ^ * ? ";ou '
mar bine. Can he seen lor two Jul ut 384 Bowery, betw?.u
fourth and ku hi atreeto. Bat? city rmfnm
... 1wtkh-ry A re^PF.CTABLP. tflrl, A SITUATION
\\ ntralbona ? k in a aniuli private lamlly; .ho
la a beauuful waaheraud lioner.and aaood pumicook., haa
W^EST.b-? .k^Jt
-i ,n i, . lokiiii; iii ?il us branch* s, i?* am exct'u<*ni b?kei ol
im****,i"'K'twc? b&n.*
and oi lan ;?)? a'a ?
?' VNTED-asituation, BY arfispk* jtableolrlj
?jik.i and Slat us.
Wivtkd?by v YOUNG WOMAN, A SITUATION AS
*{ ;ui,bcruiald and ?aurcsa or wnuld do kj nur^ buuac
' ? ' , _ ,i ... i-fully o'tniieteut, and ? en pr wlucc
r^?'yvf^n? ?:??^e mtl toiltwo day a at irf Btldge
at., r ooXlyn, in uf atorc. _
7?r ivrvn 'ly A YOUNG WOMIN, A situation as
W c "^" f?- iwu daya at itu ut
,,T tVITD-hy TWO ki'.mpECTAHLE GIRLS, sitia
tt-.lSTt.u-ni aww ch i.nwriuul'1, or wou.d
My tlona, one a< ?a . other .ih cook or tirat
amiiat ii, taking tare of chlfcteii^no ou?^ ^ f,?? ,v?.h
Mar, ?
?rttawtkd-V SITUATION AS NURSE, or CHAM
j,r, ut riii11'iv? i a, 1 m kasl l.-th
Wantkh t situation. BY A RESPECTABLE
aktrp-A bitt* lainlly to callforula; will take
i h. .iron *ud th* of h tiiailly
?ww lv - ?rIII and glut 01 a homf, \t
w-SHsf1 ESwsra #xtws8
ollic*
W_ 4ntfd-A SITUATION, BY A respectable
?ltl to rook, wa?u and Iron; l? a good plain cook and
rttatecaxf and lienor; would I- wfilmf todotbe
hoila. wuriofn ?'uiui prtvats umll j. II-.ag.~4 rl.y refr
VXZfrom mrta' xj. call f?r iwo day. at wconcord
at.. uttween Pe?rl ut? l Jay, bi ookiyn.
WANTED?by A respeotablb WOMAN, A SITUA
Hon an co ik; la fully cepib'eof huiug; would aa"lat
in tha waintng 11 wiulm; t?o objactlon to nuin the country
fOTtha .ummlr. oiod city trl.r.noe can be aoan for two
j7y. .l u"1 **
?nt ANTED A SITUATION. BY A mobt resi'bcta
W lite woman, an ??e-iuul
?k .imiuiiiv unii?cah bake too<l bfftd flm wmiiw? tniiiii
Lad dt^mrtk. !? trait worthy nm\ uhugtaf. No obj^ciiou to
i??ul*n li e waahlng and Honing. If raqnlfd, ?? gfra uw
bent of city reference from her laat employer*. Call for two
daya at ?ut>tb are., near_*Jth ^
Wivnn a SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
luuni gtr), ?a nur.oand plain iww.r; l. wiUln. to ?
j^atambirwork. Oan give the ??iet rltr relercnce.
call at m we*t?th ?t., near
ttth ar., for two dayt* ?
?mmtin 4 ftitr A.tion. BY A hespbctabf.b
?toic.
*" !" roi'tot0? do ughu'hlmta^o^k! *? tlmlng^d om^n*
and crotchet or ao igni; ???? ^ 0(in bl, mrn tnr lyt0
d.yi atuoai'lamlrat., unkiklyn, ? f.introom^
MTANTED-BY A YOUNG WOMAN, A situation AS
W u^moe"ialdand w?nrow; can do plain a-win* and
jit. ws r?enar?n. e.elul) han the bc?t ?lly refeicn^.
siu'w-l? **JiaM Mh at.. second ?^.backroom.
Wtntkd?a SITI'ATItlN, bv A ke81'ECT ABLE
if 11 art chamliarninld anil i^am.trea.; l.a* the b.-.t city
,. .. rsi '' i iin ' V a"'ii for two day. at 1? kaatwtl, at.,
third 'loor, front room. .? ?
iitanted-A situation, BY A respectable
W roiiiii woman, a Proliant, is infant a nur?e; cau ilo
*t , j" " h?!? L. o,t city reference. Can tmacen for two
dav? ai l l" w. it iutli at., between 7th and 8th avea, tuird
Boor. Ho objcct^rojiaha country. _
titanted?a situation. BY a first CLASS
\\ noanialr*.*, who undoratanda Cutting end making
hov*' and girN' dreaorai alao laillea' dn-e* i; will fooiit hy
the wi ck. C..II at irfi 7tli n?., up atalra, aeeond Boor.
if ANTED -A SITUATION BY \ rewctabij i'lh
W aon in a pi irate fft-nily. to do chamber work and wait.
l?g or take tft? of a baby ami do a irtlj rial* mwlng. Ap.
ply at ?a ovlnuibui ?!. Brooklyn ileighta.
SITUATIONS WANTED- FEMALES.
WANTED?BY A EWKTAIU YOUNG WOMAN, A
I-Uuu leu an cliamt ermsld and waitress. Or to do line
washing ami lion? i?ir; is fully competent to lake full charge
of a huby. Cau |h? the 1 >?? xt of city or ccjutry retciciiee.
Can be Keen at 4it> corner of o3d at mid Sd a*.
WANTED?A SITUATION, BY A MIDDLE AG?D
widow woinan.-a* plain ? o <k, washer ?ud iruner. Ilu
the best of cily reieieme. Cull at 218 Mott St., in the bsse
rneut.
W
TXT'ANTE1>?BY A PROTESTANT GIRL, A SITUATION
VV at chambermaid Utlaundress, oiylatm< ? . . lar . ;
ran do the ncatcs! of French inning; will go In inn country
for the summer if required. Ha-, the best of city reli rence
from her last place. Cau be teen for two day* at 101 East
JJili ni? between li and 2>i avs.
WANTED?BY TWO BBBl'BPTABliE OIRIB; CSHAH
II first ra a cook Slid ItjC oilier as wait, r, and to assist aa
el.umbermaid; lia\? no objections to go a short distant o in
th<> co ntiy; ceo J references. Can be seen fur two Uaj* at
113 WM?ib at. _
WASTED?A HTTUATION, WHERE THE CARE OF A
matron would be r<*uuir?'d or to ^o to Europe with .i
faintly The best of reference. Addresa II. H., 134 Wert
2#th st., near yth a?.
TITAKTED?BY A RESI'Ef TABLii WOMAN, A SITI'a"
VV tion as nuifti, understands tilling charge of a baby
from lis birth; bei?t of ruierenre; has no objei tlous to 4,0 a
short distance iu the country. Cail at No. 9 6th st. lor two
days, rear.
ANTED-A SITUATION, BV A KESPKCTABLE
jomgnenoan, m du < liatuberwork uud tin.! ivaahintt
and Ironiug, or aa lauiidrtui iu a nriva.e family, fallal-19
West 18th St., to twi-en thi Oth ami IO1I1 airs . nut floor, ba,k
room, for two da* b; no objection to the country.
117"ANTED?A SITUATION, BY A RE8PE''TABLE 01RL,
TT to do pUi 11 cooking, cashing and ironing in a private
family; cliy reference may be wen; has no ol.je -tiun 10 Uie
couuiry lor the summer. Apply for two d?)s at l'J litb at.,
between 3d and 4th av*.
WANTED?A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
yoing woman, as chambermaid and "<m?resr, or
waitics; no ohje lion k) go in ihe country. Best city refe
wnco from her last |)iaee. Call at 340 Wen Mtiu st.
TJLTAN'TBD-A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
VV you 111; girl, to do cnambcrwork and wait ug; no objec
tion to the country. Ovod City reference frtni her last
place. Call at M>9 tab av , l> t*wn 44th and 4Mb sta.
WANTED?BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN, A
?linatonas chambermaid and waitress, or w->uld do
housewirk In a-mall lamUv. Besi city refereuce. Call for
two days at UlWra; 28th St., third floor, bark room.
WANTBD? BY A YOUNO ENGLISH GIRL, A BiTUA.
tion ss chambermaid and wai>r,.-sa. vr to do Ihe general
housework Of a small private family; is willing and obliging
and not afraid of work; best of recrenoe given. Call lor
two days at 11513lh st., comer 01 3d av.
TXTAJITBD?BY A COMPETENT SEAMSTRESS, WHO
VV can c 11 and tit lades' and children's Orestes, a situ
tion; wHI <n age by the dny or week, or take wo.k at h? r
Own residencet ba* the best of city reference. Call for two
da) ? at 117 West Mi h at.
WAXTSD-BY A PROTESTANT ENGLISH GIRI., A
a situation as waitress, or would do chamberworfc and
waiting In a small prnalo family iu the city; ban ih.i best of
?iiy re I ere nee Iron Iter last employi r. wlieu >ne nan lived
nearly three years. Call at or address (r-rry, IW 8nil?v??- .ml,
in the rear, for two dayc.
WANTED?BY A RESPECTABLE PROTESTANT WO
man. a wtuatlon as<00k; is&food plain ?? ok; tin ler
stan Is the baking of bread, pies, biscuit and all sorts of
rooking has the I est of eiiy reference. Can l o seen for two
day.t ?t ?>5 West 27th st., near Uh av.. In the r.ar,
WANTED?A SITUATION, UY .\ KE8FB0TABLEWo
man, to cok, wash and iron iu a small fa mly; is a
good cook and superior lanndress; good referen: e. 11.11 lie
sei n at 140 Pailac St., betiveen Boerum and Court bis ,
Brntiklyn.
"IVrANTED?A SITUATION, BY A RESPEOTABI.E
V? young won.an, nn nurse and sc.imatri i-s; t .oioug ily
underMands ihecai?of ehiidi<n; lias tmir yertrs' ? t 1 e.'e
ren< e from lier limt plucc. Cail at 248 7th av., between !lot!i
and 2/tli his.
TIT ANTED?BY A NEAT YOVNO OlltL, OP IB, A
Vf sutiii*ioo ai n(UN ?; tut'iui ailr: in Iii.ick ; t the ;
reads unit wi'ltci*; tailing and uUihl:>g. $1 to i!>.
Cail at 181 Ea*t I'Kt Rt.
WANTED-A SITUATION AS HOtVEKEEf'ER JN A
private family, or to fttten 1 t<i nil eld' iiy gentleman,
by a v<ry reKpcoul le uili'd " ngc l di r.. all oni'ii. li'st re
ference. Aynr at uj Hudson si., IIrat i:?6r, V.u-u roJ>o
WAN 1 ED?A SIITATI">N, BY A RMPECTABLB
Kir , a* eh.vnber.nal. aim seamstress; can xpru^ li> r
nian ami Eugtvli. trail at I2J Waveriev pia e,
WANTED?A SITUATION, BY A YOPNG WOMAN, AS
??ilrra? or cliaril>ern;uld ami a<Min?lrts>, under
stands rmbio d'Tv; bin the bc--t -Itjr reference. 0*11 f?r
wo day* at 1&2 71h uv . Mar 21 nt at.
WANTED-BY A RKSi'ECTABLK AND COMI'KTBSl'
woman, a Hituatlon as infant'* nttrae: U a very rood
seamstress; ia tt l.liiijj lg make herself iikeiul in whatever
capacity Ler servh ea inn;,' t'e r"<iuhe J, ha- th very bent city
reference. Call it 119 Ea*l21al at., between 2<1 and 3<1 av?.
WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE OIRL, A SITUATION
a* chambermaid and to asidst in uauinc, or as waiter
and to assist In rbambcrwork ; has live years' city reference.
Can be seen for two days at 71 We* 19U it., second Uoor,
back room.
WANTED?A SITUATION AS BAKER AND PASTRY
cook in a firm .-last hotel or dining witoon; ?? <> 1 < !ty re
ference. Apply at Dr. Jackaou'a drug store, l?l C'.ierry M.
WANTED?BY A HIGHLY RESPECTABLE PROTES
taut woman, who can jgivc tbe mum tt??|ualilled refe
rence as to character and capability, a m.nation lo take
charge of a baby, or an invalid; la a good honwkei-oer, rar? -
ful and Industrlons, and fond of ilitldr- u. Call at the ulUee
of Dr. W. Burns, No. 9Uudion place, 14th at., bet#Ofu 9tU
and 10<h avs,
WANTED?BY AN EXPERIER? K7l FKKSON, A Ml fa
atlou as chambermaid and to a-slst with lino tvanhliui;
no objection to the countiy for the auniuier. Bietfiti y
references. Can be wen lor two days at 73 ltftii ?t., be
tween 6th and 7th ava
WANTED-A SITUATION, BY A SINGLE MAN. WHO
has been engaged for mveral veam In buatue"ii in this
city, and hat alto been abroad; <-an give good city reference,
an l can be ?e.'n by addrea-Jug L. P., boj I Vi II' raid olltre.
WANTED-BY AN EXCELLENT LAITNDRESS THE
washing of some respectable family; best of rolcrctue
an to eapab.ilty and honesty. Call at i:2 l*t av., top tloor,
bac i room.
WANTED?A SITUATION, BY RESECTABLE
Protectant vounJ g rl. n, i bumlui m:\ld and waitress.
Call for two days it 112 West -Oth ?i.. in the rear.
HfCZ.1* WASTEU- FEMALES.
LI. FAMILIES WHO WANT GOOD SERVANTS IM
n.e.llnlc y n, wy at ilm li?#tltnU?, earner ofllth
at. ?n'i Mh av . tor ahrll, capable, tidy (Irrman. Houtrh, li mh,
Atii* rlcxn n '<1 PrmenUUtt tonuin, to ault nil. Cuuuu:l<!<l by
Mm. KLOYD. Q.ol ptaf* ..l'viiy* ready.
AT THE HCRVaMS' INSTITUTE, 149 GRAND ST.
Kmplo Mr* ?I|>| li?*t Willi (IriRrterll eTfnnte 111 any
)W1 Ity, for 1 l.o n .) .11 d rimtilry. Piofeawd rivifc*. cook*,
\v.,*her.t an I Iron re. r>wltrawjl ami n*iirtii,fS, U n
drfiaes, nuraee, g:i#i f'jr li luaewui-k.
AT MRU, LOWE'S COMFORTABLE AND ELE'iANT
oOice, 17 Stanton ttn nl, ni?. rthe B very, plentjpr ? \
ci-l.ent nutation* mi ty iu reaneeteblO fln*!l IMiinw, M) M
MiumI immediately for nlkbh >ina e ?erv?iua with good
r> eoinineiidation*, v. ithout payineit.
t OOOD MILLINER WANTED IMMEDIATELY, AT
./V Ml Fulton *tre t. Brooklyn. _____
A HERMAN OR ENGLISH WOMAN W.VNTKD?TO DO
ceuerui honaework for ? f wntlv uf four gi .wn j cr-Mii*.
Wa*i h $5 p r month. Apply ul i*>6 Eaat 20iIt ?!.
1 EMPLOYERS AND SERVANTS WILL PLRASB TAKE
!i nolle that lin y fan he unite 1 with K'od <-n *tr-, at 'he
o''t e*t..bll<heil ?8fc?, 275 H wery. neor llOUfttOO WrtW.
Wanted?ihm day. ook*. i hAinV.rinald", Uundrvwl,
nnriH'*, and 36 general acrvanla.
MILLINERS.?IMPKOTBM AND APPRENTIt'BS
wanted limn Hla'cly; Heady nurk and good wugi *.
Apply a', 36 NortU Moore atrccl, i.car Yarlck, Oeod anwei*
paid n-liil'- learning.
VTl'RhB WANTED?AMERICAN OR fCOTril PRE
A* ferrcd. Tho??; wbo am experienced In takingWf of
children, willing tu to in the ? .moliy during the mmmii r.
?mil hare go->d r? ferrix**, nmy apply at IU8 P*clOc street,
Brooklyn. N<iue M ProU?lan'* need n, i v.
Paper boxmaki5r<? wanted-five or six hood
girl* lu tn ikr paper bo*e?; eady employment and good
par will b s *lv en tlie year ro iml, at No. IM K ? lioii at
BALDWIN * VULLYOOFF.
WANTRD-A NEAT INDUSTRIOUS 0IRL, TO DO
general hon*?wi.rk; muat bi> a good plain rook and
g.iod w??her an't Inner. Uornl reference* froin a reeen
?Ituatlon inlinpen*?ble. Apply ??> Mm. Rice. Clnnaou ar.
two door* lutilh of Putnam nr., Hni ?lvn.
WANTBD-A OOOD GIRL, TO COOK, WASH AND
Iron and to go to f c eountry during the *umuier.
None need apply uaieie wi 11 ree imn.endod, at 3W Wfit 34th
at., Uctwm-n the hours of V mid 13 A. M.
WANTED--LATHES OR OENTLFMBN TO LB ARN A
TT Imalue** lhnt I* atm if, aitmmer and wlolar, in ?rrry
city. It will pay $IS to $Sl) a work ai lent. Aj>p y a' 141
Uraml ?irc t one week. Dr. R. LOVBAaioN.
WANTED-A WET NCIUB, WITH A KRE^II BREAST
of milk. Apply, wltii i-afcrvnco, from V tu U u'oluck,
at No. 72 E.nt Htd at.
WANTED-A OOOD GERMAN (TOOK, IN A PRIVATE
ia:nily. Apply at No. V Cl aileo at.
WAN (ED A YOl'NG AND TIDY ENGLISH OR OER
man fcirl, tu ilolbo |,o iaework oi a n ry amail famil*;
nn'it bn a llr?.t rule waahci- snd I rum r and Rn.il plain imo?.
HtltfrnW re?ulr?l. W.\ti $."V P*r milk. Apiily at 98
Wph 27tli ?t., Iiawmcnt di*u', between U ami 12 A. M.
WANTED?A YOT NO WOMAN OF TWENTY FIVB OB
thlny yrarn ?f aw. w!m p>'rf*t iiy iindpt'4tand? <-')oUing
and I* a ^inmI hakrr ?ml 1? inlrpsa, to do the iixiklnc nna
wanhtim or a arnall fatnlly; none n?w>4 apply without *? od
dtynftrcilcM ?-all at 841. In ton place, bt-lwecu tbo hour*
of 11 and I, for two day*.
WANTBD-A PROTESTANT GIRL, TO DO T?!K OB
Dcral (ion* Work li a wall private raimW; mint be a
?(Oil waaher M l Iron, i n-id ?-e rc> ntuuu iuitd. Iuutillu at
tae can ixge tai.tory, 114 E i/abetti it.
WANTED?IMMBDI AlBl.Y.A SBAMSTHEBS, BY THE
month. Who call J" all kind* of fu .ily reiving and
oprratu on Wheeler A Wl.eou'a machine. Apply at S3 lot
place, Brooklyn.
TV-ANTED?A ?!OI,ORED WOMAN, WHO UNDER
TT ?tand? i-ookkig ami ran do lencrnl hunarwork If re
quired; w?Ke? |3 per week. Nonn but ? gaud cook ne#l
apply at 13 W itt, at., for two day*.
For Otkir W?nti 9?o Bl|hlh Page.
IMPORTANT FROM THE SOUTH.
TIIE CAPTURE OF NEW ORLEANS*
Rebel Report of the Fall of Forts
Jackson and St. Philip*
Reported Destruction of Property
by the Rebels.
THE REBEL GENERAL DUNCAN ON PAROLF,
Can Communication with Mobile bo
Kept Open?
BOGUS REPORTS OF REBEL VICTORIES.
The Rebels in Feur of the Effect in Europe
of the Late Mob Vietoriei.
OBJECT OF THE FREJtfH HDIMTEE'S VISIT*
Great Fears for the Safety of Rich
mond and Petersburg1.
PSO VISION SE80U2CES OF XXBXLDOM,
4c., 4c., *e.
The Capture of New OtIumi.
XVW OKLKAMS RtPOHTXD IN POBfK-SION 09 TBS
FKJMtHALfl.
[From the Norfolk Day Book, May 8.]
At crew, Ga., May 2,1M2.
The Mttm has a special despatch from Mobil*,
of tlie 1 st or May. It *nj? Omifortt Jacknm and SI Ptulip
had t'aUtn, ntmi Cm. Duncan uku in Aim Orltam am kit
parole. Alto., that the federal flag waa hoisted on th?
Custom House.
liEtfOllTKl) DHSTRI'CTION OF PROPERTY BY TUB KBBKL8.
[trim the Norfolk Day B<, May 3.]
May 1,1882.
Tho tdlogr.Tph opcrnt'T from Hny St. Louis Iioh tel*
grajilicl lo the Mobile otiico that lh-ttor- in Nuu>' rleunt
i "re Utng rmjtiul iif sugar and ni 'later, which. wer4
being th aun hno th : sti? '* .tnii !h rivtr. The city waa M
hav<i bccu lormaliy surrendered ou the 27th (*) but the
tliuo \*as ( xuitdel. Some of the enemy's vessels have
gono up tho rivor
CONFEDERATE BOATS BUllMED.
[From the Norfolk Day Ho >k, May 3.j
AcliPMA, April 30,1S02.
The New Orlcnr.s liuU'tin of Friday .vays that K. B.
Kortfhaw, Confedrrato Hnt^ Xavy, telegraphed from
Hoint Alubarlip on the 24th, that seven of our gunboats
had l>e 'ii flrod ufir.r it nj o ? ?rp wrfl by the meny. [The
Navy L'epariiueni ro< eked a similar despatch Ja*tSatiir
?i; y, but it **?" not known what boats are ro.'oircd to.?
Kr'Wixr.]
WilKHK rtIK 1:011 BART1MENT OF THE NEW ORLEANS
FOHTH WAS HKARU.
. fK rom tho N> w Orleans Pic:ijune, April 24.]
We uuderstttud that tho telegraph operators at Baton
Rouge and ( Union informed those hero that ihc sound of
thu at tho b< mbardinent of For in Jackson ar.d St.
l'huip waa distinctly heard in those places on Tuesday
evening. Atid wo have been told that ou tho sumc even,
ing it waa heard here. The distance o. tho forte, on aa<
air lino, froi.i Uatou Rouge us about 130 milrs, and from
Clinton 160. Dy an air line from her* they are about fifty
mil'U. A gMiithwau from Berwick's llay, opposite
lha ht-ar, t<dd us.o'i Tuesday evening, that the reports
could be beard there also.
The sound ol' the bombardment can also be heard at
Fort l'ik*. A geuilein.in who wmb ihere on Toco.lay oigbt
lolls us that tliero wiis tiring hcerd all tint nitbI and on
Wednesday morning.
A QfERY AS TO KEEPING OPEN THE COUW'MCATIOtt
UHTWEKN NF.W ORLEANS AND MOBILE.
[Flora tho NV.v Orleans Picayune, April 24.]
Have wc not a silllcient number of gunboutM now afloat
and at command, not otherwise employed, to open and to
keep open commercial and tta\ clhngcommunication with
our ulster city of Mobile ? It seems to us that what w*
hive, manned with exporionoed artlllorists and good
oi,:c?rs, would be round rflkk-nt to that desirable end.
But our object iu making the inquiry is only to obtain
mtormiition.
A Hh'HF.L WAIL FOR TOE I.OS3 OK NKW ORLEANS?
DBsTOuTU EFFORT 10 IRBI'IltE COl'HAUS IN KK
Stl.POM. "fc * ?>???
[IVorn tTifc Attpim'ii it.a.j Constltutiooaiiet, Aprilthi.j
flto capture of the Crescent Hty by tlic Yank?*s in
volves a soi ious lr*" to the Southern cotifede'acy. it
cut* off ??? rxte/unVe d j"Ot of suf pUci for our firm.'/ <t?<i
curtail* cur fn UUin for (Ke manvfuctui* >f arm$ an/1
ammunition. It rirmlly gives the <*<rMz Ike <mh-ol of Me
Vissisripj i ricer ami lijirlnei t? of our u/ }>lic* of tujiir
anilmU'Uret. In sh ut, It I* a severe blow to the conle
ili racy, and an immrnsr advantage frr th<? imm% Hut,
adrnlttlUK all this, It di i-flnot signify that tli?> >? ?ifeJeraoy
lg nbo'it to I>e conquered, or that tho rebel!.' u, as our
foe? aro pleased to styl* oor efforts for Independence, I?
about to bo crushed." Wa have time and n 'alii averted
that tho cap'ure "I our seaboard cities, or ?.{ |v Ints sub
let to th-' visits of the lederol i 01 boats, w "Id not in.
voire the conquest of the South. Tho l/uinon journals
tako tlio same view of the subject, an t we reeu only
refer to the hi-1 i y of tho flrct An.crlrau revolution to
sustain tbia aascrti< n. It )8 true the long of these cltieg
la 11 i?ad disaster?lej.lorable occurrences?hut not suffe
ciontly so to cau>e us to "despair of ike republic."
When New York, Philadelphia, Charleston, .HVfi'nah
su I Aug *ta wot* in the liriuils of th* Hi it ish, our fathom
dhl not saeouinb to the terrible power <f their cM'nltl;
b it. with an unswerving faith iu tli* jisilceof ihelr
cause, they gained fr^ h ardor, and pitrsti d tho ?trugg!*
for indepeuoence with renewed oiiergv and an unfalter
ing devotion. Shall we prove o.iraclve? unworthy sons of
su< h n< ble aire*/ >hall we, with resources so much M
j^cior to theirs, w Ith an army so much larger than th-irs,
with a |K>polatio>> so much greater than theirs, falter for
ono moment In the defene* of our liberties and of oyr na
tionality? Shall w? desp iud and beenst wu bccuTIW
we liave met w.th reveries here and there f fhallwf'
theiraemeuof tho South, become the hawsis <f wnod
and the draw'ers of water for a despotic and Implacable
Mf No! .hopatri Itm of the people, rcflned In Mm
crucible of a<lveriity, must, like para goM.shina th?
brighter; thi-lr high resolves must b? renewed upon th*
altar ot their country's independence; their willlupness
to boar suffering, to give all and risk all for tho confode
0<jr. rauat be re afflrmed and made appareot by their
acts of ;>atr?ot ^m and devotion to th* ^,iiM.
Away, then, with 4g^t>oudetii:y?with despair?it Id ?'
dlegra. e to frr ouie*?to men strugg: ing to b? ire*. They
know but ono resolve, but one ihifeh ieth, aud that on*
is "?toryor death " With larg* artniee In the field,
w ith brave and aoounplisho-l letters <t their h*ad. wlthr
a.just taiise, uad the favftr of an over ruling Providonee,
what havo we tofesry Tliu water courses may bo over
run bvthnlr gunboats, th* senroast maybe seiaed by
their Ae*ts,cltl ? and towns may rail Into their hand*,
but w* hare tlie I terlor of the? onfe iaiacy?if ne*d Mj
the woods and the mountiiini?iu which and upon whka
to concentrate onr armies, and ilienc* drive bark and
root the invaders of our soil. But we need not fear
(1Kb an alternative. Tke <nrmy h411 bt foAl/ptd at Kerb*
town and at 0> -tnih? iml when his broken cohorts ac I
flying phaLirX"* go ftyi?fl tn l,- to Vuir \orthtrn homtwi
routed ami rf?>/-?r>erf, jmrtued by our <~i> tnriaus armim "
then will our > ap'ured citK'S be given up, and the ln>t%
pendeuceof our c onfederacy acknowlo-lged. This la m
Idle dream. It Is a reasonable hnpe:and one which need*
but patriotism,energy and determination to accomplish.
Then,we ask onr readers?our whole people?to cast
away all fcoiiugs of despair or despondency, tn th*
worda of tho poet,
It la wtacr and better never give op,
Than onc<i to despair;
and, In the language oi Beauregard, to 'be of good
riieer;our cause is just, and UoUwlll yet give ua th?
victory."
Tlie Uebrl SltMlio* ?t CorlnU><
RlHEi, VKltHtO* OF TUB MTMMMt IM WHICH Til COK?
FKDKHATKn ?0r0HT AT CORINTH.
[Krom tbe Petersburg Express, M.?y 2.J
SOUIUMUT fOUMEHJi.
Tho d,<h* ?rt?nlT!g ruu of luck, which, beginning wltk
?hn def.-at of Oeoeral 7/)lltroffi?r, ut Somerset. po ?a>
couraged the winy, h?d well uigh ilist-onrutfod iho rotu
flderire of the South In Ibe superiority of the t"n(?fenl
man hi a lighter. We know Out in every cu>? our sol*
dlers wro overpowered l>y MmbM. b it the d?pr?st<in0
eflfcct of adversity wns more powerful even tli n?mvl?
tlon, nn.l wo onirt not resist ilu fear that otir mm war*
littln better UiAn tl.o*e who fought litem, nud thai num
ber? would decide the battles, If not tho gfMNl result of
tho war. Hut the battles of April Oth and 7th r?et?r*
tbe prest ige of the tfonihern soid:er. On Sunday, wltli
scarce thirty fJ\ ? thousand men, tl\" thousand bum* ua<f
(Mr;y thousand foot end artillery, we taught au?l entirety
roatod an army of s me tl'ty thousand or tnoro of the
b.-et troops?be t In i?r < n??( and t?o/?rA|r-tfett tb|
e tnv can mat Khal lu tliie war. They were Wetter^
m ;i,"hnr<ly and darln# feliowe of tb? prainea, net the
fe Mc and timorous derlrrnaof tho Kw t'<rn oitlee.
irrove these stout and splendidly equipped fellows beforf
eg lite chaff be'ore the gale, and ulgM only oared
them.
Art-r a day of slaughter and a night of weary w?tcly
lug tinder arm*, ihe.ouemy hurled legion* of fresh trdofi
iipi.n u*,outnuhift?rln< na more tlutu twe lu OM, It if
authentically stated. The Mobile Nfi$Ur bM autteerltf
fur stating that on tht te omi day nw ptmH is Utk if

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