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HOARDERS AND LODGtRI WAWTKD.
A^HTTHK PRANK! ')BT I'OrSF. ONE BLOCK BAST I of the City Hail, corner of Fnuiklort ami William mil' eU. ^U) Rooms; J6u. tu jiX . per day Open ull ilighL Ah ladt having a nice house <fine location), WILL l.K'f HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOMS TO GENILFMAN AND WIFE OR GENTLEMEN, WITH F1R>T CUSS TABLE REASONABLE, FROM $7 TO $10 tfHWhCK. Al'i'LY AT 476 WEST TW K.NTY-gECOND 8TUEET. A^m SUIT OF FIRST AND SECOND STORY PARLORS, also other fl:.o Rooms, to let, with Board; first claaa jirl. vate table* if clonlred. A few nica, coot Rooms to tat, with out beard. Apply at the private family hotel, 22 Fourteenth atreet netween Broadway and Fifth Avenue. AT 18 AND :0 NINTH STREET, BETWEEN FIFTH and Sixth avenue*, elegant Floor* nnd *lngle Room* to let, with first class Hoard in French and German atylea. AT 304 WEST FOURTEENTH STREET, NEAR EIGHTH aveuue, two Suites and a few (single, airy, well furnish, ed lttsmia, ivith Board. House first claaa. AFKW ROOMS, NEWLY FURNISHED, FOR GEN (lemen only, without board. No. 29 Amity atrcet, uoar Broadway. A? PRIVATE BOARDING.? ANY LADV DESIRING ? to llnd an elegant home. wilh excellent medical attend turn good minting and strict retirement doling expected riafcaeaa, can And every requisite In the family of * widow lady, living genteely, without children or boarder*. Address Drawer 11, Brooklyn Post office. AN ELEGANT Sl'IT OF ROOMS, SECOND FLOOR, and other desirable Roomi, wilh Board. ..t 2I.'I Weat Forty second Ktree'. near Rroadway; lcoatiou very de arable , house lir.l claaa. Uefereucea. A FURNISHED ROOM TO LET? FOR ONE OR TWO gentlemen, at 14 Laight street, sear St. John's park. AT NO. 30 UNION SQUARE-VERY DESIRABLE ApArtinentx to be rented, with Board, to families and kindle g 'ntlemen. Location unsurpassed for liealthfulues* and comfort. A FURNISHED PARLOR AND BEDROOM TO LET, on second floor, without board, In a private family; location and accommodation* strictly flrct clasa. Inquire ut at 11 West Fourteenth street. A PRIVATE FAMILY AT AS WEST TWELFTH street can aeeommo lite a gentleman and wile and two gentlemen with luruiabrd Rooms an. I Board; servant* and children not taken: references NqaiNd. A N ELEtiANT Sl'IT, CONSISTING OF FOUR _/V irom ? very hands ine!y furaialied, will tw |< t w.th full or partial Hoard: bentitilully located on Waahltigto.". square, Ho. Itf, north side; references exchnngcd. A large room ani> two bedrooms to let with Hoard to gentleman and wife or single gentle men. Apply ?t 47 Bond street. A COMFORTABLE ROOM TO REST, WITH EX cello:.! Board, in a family living In a delightful location >w Voiikers; references; terms moderate. Call at Lti Keade street, up stairs. A SMALL TAMILY CAN BE ACCOMMODATED WITH pleasant Rooms and good Board hy addressing imini <11 kl< !y N Mnbet, Plaaaantvllle, M. Y. On Harlem River Jtailro.id, 31 miles from the city. AT 174 AND 176 BLEBGKBR STREET, SIX BLOCKS west of Broadway, pleasant Rooms, with excellent B anl, from $7 to $1?. Also Country Bo ird. A PRIVATE FAMILY HAVE A PLEASANT SUIT OK J\ Rooms to let, to a family or a party of cflntlemen, with or w tliont board, at 31 Clinton place; terms moderate. References exchanged. AT 9A 80 PER WEEK.? A FEW GENTLEMEN OR LA dies, who are engaged during the day, can be nc ntnnio datcd witli Board and lto <ms. Apply at jO King street. Board. -very desirable rooms FOR a small family, or single persons, with or without Bo nd, at No. S Neilson |' ini-e between Eighth street and Waverley place. Be'ereuces required. Board.? a gentleman and wife, and a few ?ingle gentlemen, ean be accommodated with elegant Boomsand Board at 125 East Twcllllt street, Convuoieut to Broadway . Board.? large, well furnished rooms, with bathroom attached, to let, with or without Board, to gentlemen. Imiulro at Amity street. BOARD -HANDSOMELY FURNISHED rooms. SPIT, able for families nml single gentlemen, to let, with ll<mr<l. Visitor.', anil transient persona accommodated. Ex cellent table and mnderule terms. 74 St. Mart's place. Board in a private family on fort ltje II II.? Boats leave Spring and Christopher streeto at 9:3d, 1:30 and 6 o'clock. J. CAMPBELL. Fort Lee, N. J. IJLKGANT FURNISHED FRONT PARLOR, FIRST J floor. Also third Floor and angle Rooms, with or with ?ut Board. Apply at No. 8 University place. 1r?URNISHED ROOM TO LET? IN FRONT, WITH OR Willtoiit Board: gmteel ami healthy location, near cars; warm and eoid Baths. At. Vj King struct. HANDSOMELY FURNISHED AIRY ROOMS TO I.KT? Willi liberal Board and iiome eomlorts, in a physician's famdy, lift West Twenty-first street, three doors west of Bis th avenue. Handsomely furnished rooms, with board, at Ki stale street, Brooklyn, eight minutes' walk from Wall street ferry. TT ANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET? WITH Al or without Hoard, to gentlemen and their wives; also to single gentlemen. 1H Thompson street, between Amity and hlceoier. Terms inuderatu. 1 ar<;e, airy and elegantly furnished Jj Ho ma to let to gentlemen and their wives or sinitlo F?nilemeu, with or without first class Board, at 196 West eurteeaili street Suits of furnished rooms to let, with Board; will be let, in suits or aingle, only two blocks from Broadway, 126 Clinton place, r let-handsomely furnished, parlor and Kooms. to ladies, ttl Prince street, corner Mercer. mo LET-AT 18 BOND STREET, SEVERAL I.AROB A and small comfortably furnished Rooms. Also the en tire brst Floor. with tirat class Hoard. WEST TENTH STREET, NO. 133, ONE BLOCK WEST of Sixth avenue? Pleasant Rooms, with excellent Be ird. Term* % 7 to $12 per week. q YOUNG GENTLEMEN AND a GENTLEMAN AND O wife ean be MMMBmodatsd with first class Board and Boom-, on Murray Hill. Apply st 221 Lexington avenue. f>?) PER WEEK, OR IF TAKEN RY THE MONTH (10. for a seetly furnished Room. W Twrntt-uth street, ?ear Eighth avenue. Privilege of bath. Family private. PER WEEK FOR A PRETTY FURNISHED rioom witli full Hoard, to a gentleman and wife. AI?o "ne for 919 >nd$8. No. .'5."> West Twciity-liftli sued, ?ear Eighth svenue. O A WES r FIFTEENTH STREET -WITH OR WITH Ot out Board, s nicely i'ltrnielied Parlor and lied room, on ?croud tloor; also two pieasant -ingle Kooms on foOrth 11 >or, ft WEST ELEVENTH STREET. -ROOMS TO LET TO single gentlemen or gontlemcu and their wives. inn NINTH STREET. NEAR BROADWAY.? TO LET, l"v with Hoard, a large Room, to a genllnnnn anil Wife or two single gentlemen . also a few day bosrderr, taken. "I 1 < | NINTH STREET. NEAR J I >J lushed or tinfurnisne 1 Risen ]iA ?? t FOURTH sTRELT, BBTWBBM Mai:, i" dongal street and sixth avenue.? Pieaaant Rooms to let, with b'.srd. S nimble for families or geiitlcniuii. 4~) B BOARD A\U LDJMllV!. W^TRI). OARD WABTED-BOT TOO F \ It FROM .MCKSOX street, Address, with price, box 317 Herald office. COI'IVTKY HOARD. A FEW ROOMS AND GOOD HOARD MAY RE SE et redfoi- the summer, upon immo Hate application, by ?rst i la>? families and single gentlem n. st the Deleplane Dense, Lay Ridge, Brooklyn. This in ibe finest Ineuion In thevM imt/ of Bew York, midway between Fort Hamilton luid Brouklyn, sitnsti 1 on .nd overlooking Ne\* York 'ay ??d harbor, and tli Irtjr minutes from New York via Fulton ?nd Hamilton ferries; splendid boating and flslil'ig: terms inisViate. Apt ly ou the premises or at 10^ Broadway, room Bo 8. E minis: liberal table: tortus moderate. Pamul.ir of II. ARNAED, between I and I o'clock, at 47 West E.eventlt street, near Fi'th avenue. BO.V RD at NEW BRIGHTON? OB Till TKRRACB, Willi in three minuter of ste imbo ,t landing. \ Room, suitable for a gentlem in aud wife, or two <- j cub-men, Will be vacate, foo tho 2Mb of July. Apply to Mrs. A. t . fuMle. New Brighton. \ FINE SITUATION 1th towna. run treessi.1 aulle. ftw. miiintes f am deput. Apply at the coi ner of FUteenIb stieet sod itrosdwsy. BOARDING \T OLKN OOYE.? FAMILIES WISIIINd Roar,'. tor the snumer can find r*-i strable a<*omi^"da Bona Immtduitely in tlie lam* farm bouse of Use late Cbaa, Underfill,; beet of rels^uee aiv-n an I re?n Ire.' . steamer #rruw?nii::i le.ir-s p.ok slip st t F M ; ? sr- le ?- > t nntt -'s fotat ^ JO a. M. Apj-ly to Mrs. ELUABETH I Nil Mil HII'L, Glti'i t'a.e, L. I. BoaRIHNi; at movvt vk;:nov. westc?kstrr editnty, N. Y ? m'lles d??irln* so?t eOHnlr/ H> .ird, tler.tvof fresh milk, efg* and butler from ti e farm attached l the hotel. Will pies. ' it.ske e irlv aratteatioB, siwiobtmn the ebMce '>f new <i I hsntli mely fursished Risims Sspa mte frem tbe hotel may be < 'ijaged ea Mite or singl) All Kr r.sinis sra Isrw and airy, rerms ?ld ? Llv,iy Mole att iehed to iSe h itel s'abllng f ? ir prlva. ? hoises. tIEO. Out* LP, Prspnctnr. Mosnt Vernon Howl. Belleville. *>:?* ,'Ersiy?tiib *am?hx House Is ?! -w o|*? IS s privsle b isrdla,) linn v. ?? I'llixa, boatm*. .te Apply oil prem set, or to Mr. ANDERSON, irw Fesrl rtrvnC __ Cltil'VTRV BOARD ?FIR-r ' LA- : BOvRD UN lttt I obtained one hour from New v-i >, ? , . ,.i < .. adults only boratton unsurpasie i i'ritate Umtly Ad Irsea J aiii. Herald ftfllee. fWOITBY BOARD.? A SMALL FAMILY CAM BF. tO enaimodstnd with Bos I si a ' ' li'o ? i ' ? . at ana hoar t>v rail fron tM eity, Inoatli ? P*"* * ~ ' ' i '> For particulars add re <? Boaid, hoi <7 Per." " t r N. V. CfOI'BTBY BO*l!D OAX BE OBTAIN H l ' in \ rr. / ly, at a flrat elass firm louse, S'tuited on . > .1. oommandfng a fine view .if the surrounding country pure air and a healthy ne.h'cirliood) Shad" trees and tl-jwera; ??sy seeess to eirs; r it far 'r un Coluti 'da H| ngs. fruit, regetatilas. milk Adire^sC. M. 8 , box 170, Iludsju, Coiuni. bia eoumy. B. Y. ?VNMIR RRWRTR. C1ARLTOM HOUSE, FAB ROCKVWAY, L I.? BOOMS / may be hsl by ipplyln*. either in person or by mall, to FAMES M I V N A i* 1 i I f Sa UDSON RIVRR INSTITUTE, CLAVF.RACK SKW York, reopens for summer Board, by day or week 16 Finest sir. !'>eallo? aud ??ensry; eitenslre and ? ke?i (rounds, wtt'i groves, walks and ponds Gravelled kHtfs fjr J. 'tss I>lr?- 1 sc-ess hy dsr and nlgbt boats liar, lent and ITudsor River Itsiiraals. Rooms reftted Refer* ??ee to guests df iastseaaou. bend for otrrular. FROF T T. FRORT. TVY'NO HOUSE. 1ARIITTOWN, l? NOW OFRM FOB X tMHwUlM of pt^maosBi SrMMRH RRSOF/rS. IATOl'RETTE HOUSE, BERGEV, POINT. N. J.-THIS J beautiful summer resort Is no- , open for the reoeptiou of guests, Loth permanent an d tr> .aaient. AKMOL'H A BANCKKB. proprietors. STETSON HOUSE, _ Lojo Bkahch, June*. The Stetson House li on ? open for the ai-eo mtiK* la 11 oner guests. itooms can be secured on application at the Asior House, New York, or lx? telegraph or letter to Long Branch. C. A. STETSO.N. Jr., A CU. The clarendon hotel. Saratoga springs, haa ample ami superior auoommodifrtfoBi for toe coming ~a0n' B?4VJ ? "cilARlM B. LELAND. Proprietor. HOTELS. DE LANEAU HOIST? 72 WEST PORTIETH STREET? Very large and airy Kootns, Anting Reservoir park, for families or single ijeniJemen. Table a note. CITY REAL ESTA'l'E KdR SAI.K. A~P1'LY AT SI# FOURTH ATENUB FOR STANLEY DAY'S Real EBt.no Circular. Mailed free \f desired. Office hours, 10 to 4. A GOOD THREE STORY HIGH STOOP BROWN STONE rront House for sale, on avenue A and 121st street, at a low price, ami on very easy terms, to cloae an estate: morn I, '?is adjoining if desired. Immediate posseasioa. Particu lars with S. EMHEKSON. 421 Eighth avenae. AVALl'AIiLE PIFCE OF PROPERTY, IN THE BEST part of the Fourth ward, well adapted for the iron busi ness, for sale. F14ED. A. PETERSEN, 6>i Fine street. A FOUR STORY BRICK BUILDING FOR SALE-A lari;e store building. 54 feet. For particulars inquire on the premises 23t> Greenwich street. ABRTCK AND BROWN STONE THREE STORY high stoop and undercellar House and Lot; water, gas. Ac., S8,000; would exchange the above, with a good business, established, worth $2,000, for a farm and Mock, worth $5,000 to $10,0,10. W. 11. MKLIOK, 421 Broadway^ fjMRST CLASS PRIVATE HOUSES ALWAYS ON HAND 1 for sale, with possession. Also Houses wanted to sell by WM. McCONNELL, 431 Third avenue, near Thirty fourth street. 1jV)R SAIjB? A TWO STORY' COTTAGE. WITH r kitchen extension and all the inedern Improyements, on lOSth street, between Broadway and the Hudson river. Ap ply on tho premises. Price S3.S00. FOR SALE? THE FIRST CLASS THREE STORY Dwelling House and Lot of Land No. 12 Washington soiiare; lot31 f eat 6 Inches front and rear, and 1 16 feet deep; nliey in the reur. 'I he bouse is replete with all tho modern improvements; in fine order; and the Furniture will be dis posed of with the house. Possession will be given in October next. l''or terms and permission to visit the premises apply to HENRY S. LEV ERICH. Ill Pearl street. 171011 BALK-TWO SPLENDID FIRST CLASS TICNE JP rnent Hon c<, with Store, southeast corner of Twenty sixth street und First l\Vt?liue; 25 feet front by 32 each; lot 80. I'our story mid basement; will be sold at a great bargain ns tho owner is in Europe; payments made to suit purehii si rs. Apply to J. A J. rhITSKTCH, 418 Third avenue. Iiior. S.1LE-OR won, I) EXCHANGE FOR VACANT 1 lots in Hnrlein, a strielly first class corner House and Lot, new and built by days work; utmost 23 feet front und rear, four stories ana basement, and under cellar, and 60 feet deep; of a very elaborate finish; close to Central Park, on the main entrance; immediate possession. Apply to J. A J. FETTBLTCH, 418 Third avenue, as It must be sold. C"?OOD INVESTMENT.? TWO FOUR STORY BRICK T Stores and Dwellings for s.ile, in Sivth avenue, between Forty- ninth and Fiftieth streets. Price, $11,500. S. F. IRELAND, -VI Hroudw.iy. PARTIES WISHING TO PURCHASE REAL ESTATE by calling on C'lIAS. K. MILLS A CO., 34 Cedar street, can be suited relative to location and price. BROOKLYNREAL ESTATE F()ll SALE. HANDSOME BROWN STONE BOUSE, NEW, ELE gant and convenient in all particulars. located on a Belgian paved and well lighted street, and immediately ofr F itirth and Fifth avenues, the former being the boulevard of Brooklyn. Terms favorable. II. L. RIDER, 39 Pine street. N. Y. IpOK SAI.E-A NICE THREE STORY HOI7S i AND 1 two lou of lanil on Herkemer ? tract, near Clove run<], Brooklyn; price $11,000? $8,000 on mortgage. Apply :it 81 Fulton street, New Vurfc, or 229 Schermerhorn street, Brook lyu. COV5TBT RBAL ESTATE FOR SALE. CONTAINING NINE ROOMS, LO near to depot, l'rlco Brunswick, N. J. AN"W HOUSE, CONTAINING N cation healthy, pleasant and airv, n $4,800. A. b. NEWELL, New ALLWANTINO FARMS. ? T. ANUS. ?TO ALL WANTING Farms'? I. argu and thriving settlement of VinnUnd; iii Id climate: 30 miles south of Philadelphia by railroad; rich so. I. producing large crops; 20 acre tracts at $25 per acre, payable within four ynari; good business opening; good Moiety; hundreds ar.i settling and making improve ment*. Apply to CFIARI.KS K. LANDIS, Postmaster, VinelaDd, Lamlls township, N. J. Letters answered. Pa pers containing full Inf irritation will ho sent free. AN OLD HOMESTEAD OF 400 ACRES, 100 CLEARED, feii" d and well cultivated; pleasantly situated, two miles from Waverlcy depot, on the Long Island Railroad. Two houses, two orchards, large barn, granary, sheds, Ac. ; good water; plenty of fruit, large and small, l'ncc $7,0 CO. Vor particulars inquire of W. W. OVERTON, UoltsviUe, Long laland. T5ELMONT HALL FOR SALE? ON THURSDAY, JULY 1 1 28 at 2 P. M., on the premises. For further particulars address lidward Holland, Madison, Morris county, N. J. IjIXCIIANtiK i-OR FARM OR HOUSE IN OR NEAR : J the city, nhout eight thousand dollara of staple mer chandise, suitable for any market. Address Merchant, box a, CM Postotflce. FAltM FOR SALE? IM ACRES, BEAUTIFULLY LO oated, I'f mile froin (Joshen, Orange county; soil ux cellcut; buildings large ami new. 0. H. OLIVER, No. 7 Beekmsn street IpOR SALE? A SPI.KNDID FARM OF IORTY-SIX acre*, at Washlngtonville, Ave minutes from depot; good building-.; plenty of fruit, stream of water, Ac. WM. AMBLER, flj Dunne street. I UNO ISLAND FARM OF 1(J0 ACRES FOR SALE? j MO cultivate*!; substantial buildings, plenty fruit, well watered; bail hour from depot MeM ANUS A LEWIS, 81 Nassau street North a niton country residence.? for sale or rent, a first class Residence; house spacious, new and partly furnished; situation commands beautiful ticws; picniy ol ground. Inquire of U. K1RKLAND, Northamp ton. Tlf EATER * MOOllF, BLOOMFIELD, N. J., HAVE t? for sale a great variety of Farm", Country Heats, ele gant Building Sites, Vacant i.ota. Water Puwers, Mills, Ho tels Bcv l.ii Houses, lurniahed and unfurnished, to lent. Rmnl, with first class Board, In flue location. Send for circular. Ql' nnn A NRW WINTER AND BUMMER iJlu.UUu Kesldenoe, at Omn.'e, New Jersey; contains seven rooms, gas; sp. ing and well water, and half an acre fruited garden. Onlv 91.000 rash required. FltED. A. Pi'.TKKSEN, Architect, Pine street :u:al rhtatk wasted. A GENTLEMAN WISHES TO BUY OR RENT A HOUSE situated between Filth and Eighth avenues and 1 rom A rtleth to Fiftieth tr. ? Addiw doi 3.027 i'o<t oflN, Twill purchase for cash a tiirt:^ stor7 high stoop House, nbovn Twentieth street, well located, 1 1 am $11,11(10 tn SIC.UIO. Address II. <1. E? lleruld ull.co. TIT ANTED TO BUY-A HOUSE AND LOT. ON SOME ?? . ru's street "out'i aide, suil .Me for i !ir?t elw, dentist, hi tv i-on Tncntlolli and Fu.lv hfth Mi-eels and Fifth and Eighth avenues, lor about Sift.'".!: ,,n,. n>.r.| r >*h. NKM HKOl'Oil. '.T.I M?th avenue. not ROOM*. A('., To I.K.T. \ T KI5 BROADWAY? TO LET, OVKK Itlr. STOKE, A t\ f'lin Shi..' Room ; suitable for* milliner i.r any llnht business: < te Vltt; also the s>- .mil and Ihn d Lot ts; sue 25*101); lent luodur^ie. Apply la the sioie. A Tint:. e si(>uv ujnii g-mnr brown htos House to let, fnniished complete, on West Forty-third street, near Ninth avrnue Immediate possession. Rent low. S. EMBKRSON', 421 Elghtii avenue. 4 LARGE MEETING ROOM TO LET? CORNER OF i\ Bowery and t'aiml ?treet, newly fitted up. Inquire at X) Market street, iri the basement. A? stori t, ftrht nooM.ormu, rooms and . Bedrooms, Bnd Rooms, two Tledronms and Kitchen", In de l: at. 1c locations; possession Immediately. Inquire of T. . GIBBONS, MB Biictoc HW. A FURNISHED HOUSE, WITH TWEf.VE ROOMS AT Yon';ers to let. (its, Ac. ; river view, near depot; rent low Also, r untry board; good local. on. Apply to Jamca Yc>itm.ins. Yon It era. I WELL Fi RNIslISD PABLO R ANt> BEDROOM, i\ alv. ,i il'igln Kooin. to let. wlthnut board. in a llrst e|?sa prl v . le lime. Apply at 103 Wave! ley place, opposlto Washington square, Reference* ete'mnged. AT NO. II WKST KI.EVKNTH STREET, A FKW STEPS from Ilrosdway? To let a Parlor und Bedroom, on sco id I). sir. iil. lv furnished, with private table; nlao two wi ll furnished single i.ooms, with first class Board. A Fl'KXI8!IEI> FRONT ROOM AND BEDROOM TO lei, with privllegR of housen. eplng, to a lady and gentle, man, without children. Apply at #1 Hlith s venue. /COUNTRY RESIDENCE.? TO LET FULLY Fl'RNISH ed. In Westchester count> ; 1M aerea, with crops: al?o horse, carriage*, until May next; <l,IWt A| ply to owner, .t> Pearl street from I to S. IM"R*ISH1?D ROOM* TO L*T? sriTARLR FOR 1 I ,.ht bnawikncMBS. In * hoi** with MOdM Iraprur mania. A kh.iII Kiirnlnhwl Uooni, without Mara, f.J p?r wirk. Apply at IM Waver lay |>laor. TjM l:S1-lU,I) PROMT ROOMS AND REOROOJM TO r I t, with coBrrniriMMM for hon*rk?a|Kiig', Rootna for alnglr (Ml man, Suit of Haetn* In K.i 't Hr.jiulway from to t* t">r wark. Apply at 1?? Clinton (HTML |iirn*is!iRt> av mitjikht^.-a smat.i trivatk r Ikwiu- kill !?t all nr p?rl of ? tlna m?d?rn lm p ? ' ?<- | mi lrr ite. A, Hy at US iwcatintli ?trc?L Hi :.t. in c r?'<tnti?d. ___ prsr mom.i -ro lt:t. IK A healthy, J I ?rrl?wl, itll'i no ?Hl o-b.vn|. a aunll fott.-tr1; watar, f nun. |' i ? ? tumf.), .? I' t i .1 acd Hi'Mt. WlUlaini 1>0< IMS TO I.BT? r t HMSI1K0 OR UHFURNIfHKO. IV I ill awiua and 1 'hlrd mrrct Alio two fur i i- icl ilouiea, ?MM Xlath -nl <na <,n Trnth atrcat, naar ?roadway. ?' THimraoy. 710 Broadway. To w*t-thr stork *xr> rahf.mkrt ?? Hudson ?'.r*tt ; ?t iro n'titt. or* of tha hut IncalHHtt In tin' mrw* li. |iilr? .if O. W. BU .Mir, Mlttb avrnu?\ TO LITi-HOU ?R KAKl'R RS IIATIKO ROOMS TO I.RT <*nu ha ?>>ipptlad with i'?rpc-t?. Farnltnra, !kc.. ?t KEND AL!. <t flCOVT H, 211 Hurt vin itrect, ourui'r or Cana!, and I iy by ifk*i?lnv"'t?, If prafarrfld. TO I,KT? t>E?<'RAIU.R A I'ARTMKSTS AND FLOORS In Rut T?irt*-/ourth iirnlnnr Saoond iranua. Haon from 9 to 11 and 1 to I. R II. HIMK, 3?tHi?-nm| nv#nn*. TO t.RT-lN A FHfR LOCATION, l-AROR. *IRT Ft'R nuhad K'?m?, lif f *4t Hlity flfth atr-at, naar Harond arantia. ?bort Ilatanea frtJjn tfacwnd and Third rrlraaic dapot. TO LRT-IN WILMAMS??'RO, NRAR SOUTH V Tin III atraat firnw, one half of a thrra ?tor? hlah atoOL> brick llouaa, all ??nrani#oeaa, No Sirring pUra in T4Ud Itmt, Mew bvitU l |tll ?"1 tfvuib Muib firatU. HOl'SKS. IKHUM. ?CM TO l,RT. TO LET-FROM TIIK 1ST OF Al'tll'ST, TO A PRI ?ate family, a newly and neatly furnished amall Mou^o, with all the modern inipruvemoats; nine rooms; In a very pleasuut location. Apply at 174 West Tuuth street, near Fourth. TO LET? UPPER r ART OF HOUSE MO. 14 BOND street, containing two floors and attic; will be let to gether or leparate. Apply at above place. mo LET? FROM THE 1ST OF AUGUST, IN A GOOD J. neighborhood, to one or two nice respectable American peraonH, two or three Rooms. Inquire ou the premises, 211 East Forty ninth street, sear First avenue. TO LET- A NUMBER OF FURNISHED HOUSES! rent* ranging 'i I VI to $300 per month ; also a number or Country Seats. CHA8. Ii. MILLS * CO., S4 Cedarst. TO LET ? STORE AND DWELLING, 488 WASHINGTON street, opposite Spring street market, and close to Peo ple'* Line an 1 several steamship laudlngs; good location for ? cheap eating house: rent low. Also a W orkshop, 11x168, near Canal street, suitable for any light work. Apply to JAMKS PRICE, 200 Hudson street mo LET-THB FOUR STORY MODERN HOUSE 187 X East Twentieth street, containing eighteen rooms and two bathrooms; furnished, $25d; partly furnished, $200 per month. TO LET-HALF OF A BROWN STONE HOUSE UP town. Inquire at 88 Warren street, first loft, or 66 West Fifty-second street. TO LET-FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED, THE Upimr Part of House SO Sixth avenue, 14 rooms; all modern improvements; chandeliers, stationary tubs, bath. Cnll from 11 to 3. TO LET? SECOND FLOOR OF nOUSE 166 WEST Fifteenth street, furnished; ront moderate; every con. venlence; suitable for housekeeping; between Sixth and Seventh avenues. Apply after 10 A. M. TO LET? AN ELEGANT STORE AND HOUSE, IN L perfect order; I.w?e and Stock for sale very cheap, together with all the fixtures; rent very low. The upper part rents lor as much a' the rent of the whole house:' Al lures worth hi 11" as much as the price of the lease; located on tho west side of the sixth avenue, near Thirtieth street. Apply to V.M. VAN WAGENKN, 472 Sixth avenue. TO LET-A FIRST CLASS BOARDING HOUSE AND Contents In Bond street; tho house contains II rooms, 17 of which are rentable; the Inventory amounts to $10,000. the monthly receipts to $1,200. Any person applying must be prepared to give, 1st. Met of reference; 23, security of $5,000, and 3d, to pay $tV 0 per mnnth rent, payable quarter ly in advance. Further particulars at the office of LEVY COHEN, Esq.. 207 Sixth street, from 3 to 6 o'clock P. M. TO LET FURNISHED? WITHOUT BOARD, AT NO. 85 East Twenty-ninth street, near Lexington avenue, a Floor through, for housekeeping. Also Suits and Hall Rooms. Kent low. TO LET OR LEASE-A LARGE BASEMENT AND Store, separately or together. Also two splendid Lofls. Kent low. Apply on the premises, 45 Lispenard street, up stairs. TO RENT-SASH AND DOOR FACTORY COMPLETE, to responsible party having means to do first class work, as factory has large trade. Room 10, No. 77 Nassau at. t i piTRSlSHKD COnTTKUade, ilculan apW w w'm'm SlosS jb" ,j6 Broadway' HOUSES, ROOMS, ?fcC., WASTED. A FURNISHED ROOM OK A PARLOR AND BED J\ room wanted, for a gentleman snd lady, with Board for ladv only. Location must be between Eighth and Twenty fourth streets aud Third and Sixth avenues. Address P. W., Union square post office, for two days. A THREE STORY HOUSE WANTED? ABOVE Six teenth street. In a Rood neighborhood. Satisfactory reference given. Rent paid quarterly in advance. Ad dress, stating terms, G. B., box 137 Herald office. WANTED? MEDIUM SIZED UNFURNISHED HOUSE, by an excellent small family of undoubted respectabil ity; possession in August. Location Eighth to Fortieth street, central. Address ADAMS A CO., 963 Broadway. WANTED? AN UNFURNISHED FLOOR, IN A PRI vnte house, for housekeeping, by a gentleman and lady only: good location. Address for two days 1L, box 200 Herald office. HOI TliKllX ADVERTISEMENTS. _ 1 nn PLANTATIONS.? COTTON, WHEAT, TOBACCO J "Ml and Mineral Lands In Georgia, Alabama, North Ca rolina and Virginia; among which is the celebrated Appo mattox Resident!*, where the surrender of General Lee o?. curred. 91.000 ncres ! selected Lands In Kansas; 60, 0C*> acres Coal and Oil Lands in East Kentucky. Full description* and prices made known on application to R. A. MATTHEWS A CO., (ienerai Commission Merchnnts and Real Ectute Brokers, 36 New street (offices 30 and 31), New York. SPECIAL NOTICES. COMMUNICATION.? BANK NOTE COUNTERFEIT ) Ing ? Let it be understood that the person calling him self Henry llolmei alias Harry Hall, who Is now under arrest for counterfeiting United States notes. Is not Mr. Henry Holmes, formerly with the American Bank Note Co., and for tho lust year with the Western Bank Note and Engraving Co.. of Chicago. 111., than whom a more upright and honest engraver doos not exist In the business, as ear be tes tilled to bv many of his old BROTHER ClHl'S. CROTON AQUEDUCT DEP \RTMENT, BUREAU OF Water Rents. New York, .Inlv 14, 1836. Notice Is hereby given that five per cent penalty will be added on the 1st duy of August next, on all unpaid water rents. W. H. KINO, Water Registrar. rilAKK NOTICE THAT ON AND AFTER THIS DATE I JL will pay no debts contracted for bv any pnr.les In my name, and do hereby revoke all authority heretofore given to any person for such purpose. W. O. CAMPBELL north east corner 125th street unci Third avenue. THE STAR MEDICINAL POWDER COMPANY manufacture and sell the MrRINLEY POWDllR for the speedy and certain cury of Ulcers of the Throat and Nose. Elongated Palste, Swelling of the Tonsils, Conrhs, Cold*. Ouinsy, Hoarseness, Diphtheria, clergyman's Pore Throat, Catarrh of the Nose and Bronchitis. See circular containing certificates from Dr. Thomas E. Wilson, of Wil son. Peter 4 Co., Wholesale Drusalsts, Louisville. Kr. ; D. M. Ilildreth, one of the proprietors of the New York Hotel; Mrs. Elizabeth Crlt'enden, widow of the Hon. John Critten den, and other*. Office, G94 Broadway. New York. COPARTNERKHIPS. I A~~PARTNER WANTED? IN A OROCEHY STOKE, doing ii K'xxl bnnlneii, well stocked. good fixture*, and ni ihl?a: aleo liquor fixture*; small capital. Ad dres* Grocer, station I), for throe days. AN OPPORTUNITY SELDOM. IF EVER. OFFERED ? Any honorable *nd respectable gentleman. with good hii'lnoHH e*pacltv, wilting to devote hi* time totne huilnc**, with a capital of (I .MXl or M.01M ca?h, ran have one-half Interest in an honorable anil respectable money making bu*inee*. Ion* and well established. Any one having tho above amount. I wishing lo Invc-t It in a nil ineas as above stated, ran sddrea* Van. Herald nfiice for three days. Mating when anil where nn Interview can be had, when the limi ne** and location will be explained and shown to the satis faction of any one wishing to engage In business. Alio mitls factory rnano'iM given for taking a partner. PARTNEP. WANTHD? IV A FIRST CLASS CAHH MANC facturing business; reliable and very profitable; beat of refetences. Apply to II ALE, room Sfi, fil Broadway. ARTNKR WANTED? WITH I ift.(KK) OR flO.lW.IN A s.if<\ legitimate bmlnek*. Capital can be maile in three month". Particulars with W. Pnnly, 41 Liberty ?t., flr*t loft. T J A R rN K It " W A NTH I ) -1 N A "SkIUCAL OFFICE" I centr-illy and desirably locstcd on Broadway. Forpar tlonlar* address Dr. 15., *tauon I>. P~ ARTNE R"W ANTE D^WITH $600. TO M ANIIFACTCRK anlmportintartlclelngre.it demand. Address. with real name, staling where an interview inay be bad, 8. S. II., Herald oHloe. ARTNER WANTED? JE A LIGHT MANI'KACTI'R lng business. reliable and paying large profit*: 1**t of reference*. Agouti u 1 - < > wanted. Apply at room 2 Eo. 532 Broadway. WANTED IMMEDIATELY? A KTK A '?Y. SMART B" *lness Protestant man. to take a full Interest a* part. n?r In a "ate caah business. many yeai < established; iluil- a llRlit; ro nigh' work. Such a mm. with a eiah capital will find something to hi* advantage by applying at H6 East 10t!t *t.. between Broadway and 4th nr.. In the atore, from 10 A. M. to 6 P. M., through thli week. ?QflA ? PARTNER WANTED. IV A PLEASANT AND. O'lUt". profitable huslnes*-. ?I'tO HI can be made tin* season; will be;ir tho closest investigation. Call on Mr. WILSON, 2ti5 Sixth avenue, second t'.our. ?OAn -PARTNER WANTED, IN A SAFE CA?H '* '? billMM. Apply In the pulverised Bristol Brick factory, lWSOoerck itreet, rear hnlldlng. 'fill ? ' WANTED, A RELIABLE, INDI'STRIorg ?P>)UU, man, to tatn the Interest nf a retiring par'ner In an established Jobbing and commtaakm buslncis: mu*t have >ft*l In ready money, \pply to (J. A. EORINSON A CO.. 8ft Naanan st., room No. 8. $o nnn WILL purchase a half intp.re^t O.lfUH In a staple manufacturing business already established. Apply to DICKSON A CO.. 202 Chun h (treat. Bl'glVEIS opportijjiitieh. An important invf.ntion.-a party wanted to a??t?t an Inventor to perfect a r-ire Invention for the World'* Kair at Pari*. Addrena J. K. A., rare of Mr*. Mi-Keel, Croton Kail*. N. Y. ITlon SALE? A VERY llKStRARLK MANUFACTURING It ii !? ii that par* at leant fifty per cent; for mile on reasonable terms Satin factory reasons given for desiring toaell. Addrea* K. O. W. , Post o !!!<?*. _ T>ATENT KIOHT FOR S ALB? OF DR. BET7.KI/S I Tin?*, adopted by the Called State? government, and all nr.'tmn n t *urgeona; a *plenilld hu*lne** opportunity. Apply to K. A E. P. Co.. 49 Na ^ait street. New ^ ork. DfHOI.ESALB LIQI'OR BUSINESS WILL HE DIS II pnie.1 of on moat liberal termi. In thliatty; ih tible the amonnt tnreiteil the Hrat year. Adilrei* at on?', ap pointing aii interview, Falrrnutn, Herald ufiice. -WANTED. A M\N WITH THE AROVE ?nonnt, a ho ran write a fair hand, to eegage in a reaperiaide limine i*. Oood reference given and re nolicd Addreaa Lawyer, box IUJ Herald office. S'inn ~K PARTY WANTED, WITH ?.W CASH. To illlH, e-u-'ge In a profitable buitne?*. that will tear t ck>*eat iaieeu^atioii. Apply to A. NOE, 75 Broadway, room M. i>BMTiBTR T . A MOST WfTftDERFCL DISCOVERY.-TEETII EX J \ traete I wtthfut pain, by original tiennmbinj appir a tlon (i arr Miration i Langhlm; Treab, dally. Operation* warranted. IteauUful tM tli. il. /. JAY VII.LERS, lftft Grand ?treet. ?' A nELIOHTFI'L P*OCEKS "-NINB TEETH *.*? 2\ traded in one minute. ' * Ithout the leaat pain." Laugh Ina gas daily, splendid Hum Ik in, tIA. guarantceil, at VAN VLKCK'S. 17SSiitb avenae. AFl'LL SET OF TEETH INSERTED FOR ?*. $10 TO lift. Kttraetlng without pain v'lth pure nltrou* oilde gaa at ISS F.ait Thirteenth (treat, bet* *en 3rd and 4th in. COLTQN DENTAL ASSOCIATTON OKIGINATBD THE anirithetir u*e of nitron* nude gaa. an?.' Wlraeted leetb (to date i for over thirteen thomand pa'leat* dfllhout one complaint of pain or one raw of Injury from the gaa. Kvy^a^^y .i|oed ..uraartiikeleaenfU W Uiu aw??t SITUATIONS WAHTEI)-FKMALB?. i YOUNG GERMAN WIDOW WISHES A MTC^IOM /\ u housekeeper or to Ukfl on of nick person?, Addresa Dr. Bunan, Castle Garden. A YOUNO WOMAN WISHES TO GO TO ENGLAND AS a lady's maid or to take care of children on the passage. Addreii? Mr*. KrugiT, Heluhart's Hotel, Battery ptocft. A SITUATION WANTED? BY A YOUNG HEALTHY woman, with a fresh brcaat of ?llk, a? nurse, la will ing to CO In the cltv or country. Can be aeen untU Tuesday afternoon at 16 8#th at, between 4th and Mh ays., in the brick house, lop Boor, front room. A SITUATION WANTED? BY A BESPBCTABLE young lady, a* chambermaid and plain sewer. Call at 82 West 49th at., near ath a*. A YOUNO GIRL WISHES A SITUATION AS CHAM bermald and waitress; or chambermaid and to assist with the washing and ireulng. Best city reference. Can be seen at 13 West 9th st. AYbUNG GIRL WANTS A SITUATION AS SEAM slres* and to assist In light ckamberwork; no objection to the country. Call at 172 Bast 34th st, top floor, front room. A RESPECTABLE GIRL WANTS A SITUATION TO do general housework In a private family ; the test of city refereuce. Apply at 60 West Washington place. A NUMBER OF GERMAN GIRLS WANT SITUATIONS. Call nt Mrs. Lowe's Uerman Institute, 17 Stanton st, near Bowery. AN AMERICAN PROTESTANT WOMAN WISHES A situation In a small family to do general housework; good refereuce If required. Call for two days at No. 0 6th at, In the iampstoro. A FIRST CLASS DRESSMAKER WANTS WORK BY the day, in families. Address E. 8., station C. A YOUNG MARRIED WOMAN WANTS A BABY TO wet nurse at her own residence Call at 122 East 4th street near 1st av., up one pair of stairs. 4 N INTELLIGENT PROTESTANT YOUNO WOMAN t\. wants a situation as nurse or companion to an Invalid lady. No objection to the country, tiood city reference. C.iu be seen at her present employer's. 99 West 45th st AYOl'NG GIRL WANTS A SITUATION AS COOK good city referenee from her last place. Call at 311 West tub st, between 6th and 9th avs., rear building, Urst floor. A RESPECTABLE YOUNO WOMAN WISHES A S1TU atiou as chambermaid anl waitress; no objection to the country. Can be seen at her present employer's, 318 West 13 I st A RESPECTABLE YOUNO WOMAN WITH A FRESH breast of milk, wants a situation as wet nurse in a private family. Call for three tluys at 130 SI. Mark's place. A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN WANTS A SITU ation Willi a small family, to take care of children or sew, or to do upstairs work. Can bo seeu for two days at her last place, 40 West 33d st., where she Uas lived for seven years. A PROTESTANT GIRL WANTS A SITUATION AS plain rook, washer and Ironer. or would do general housework In a sin ?11 private family. Call at 322 West ICtli st. A YOUNO WOMAN WISHES A SITUATION TO TAKE care of children and to sew; can do all kinds of sewing; has no objection to go to the country. Call at 92 West 19tli at A RESPECTABLE PROTESTANT GIRL WISHES A situation as chambermaid and waitress, or to do general housework, in a small private family; has the best of city references. Can be seen for two days at 99 West 41st st. A FIRST CLASS DRESSMAKER WISHES A SITUA turn by day or week, with a Wheeler and Wilson sewing machine with best ol city references. Address at any time M. B. station C. A YOUNO, HEALTH* WOMAN DESIRES A SITUA. tiun as not nurse. Call for two days at 214 Elm st, corner of Spring. A FIRST CLASS COOK WISHES A SITUATION IN A private family; thoroughly understands her business In all its branches; has lived In the beat of families; has the best city rcfcienco. Apply ut 177 12th st, between 1st and 2d avs. A RESPECTABLE COLORED WOMAN WISHES A situation an first class cook. Can be seen for two days at SO West 20tli st AN EXPERIENCED LAUNDRESS, WHO UNDEIt stands tine washing and French tinting, wishes ladles or families' washing to do up at her own residence. All washing done at moderate prices. Has the best of city re fereuees. Apply at 21)5 East 21st st. second lioor. A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN WANTS A SITU atlou as eh.imberm.iid; would assist in waahing and Ironing. Prefers going to the country. The best of city relcronce given. Call at 142 West 19tb st, seeond floor. A COMPETENT PERSON AT CUTTING AND FITTING ladies' dresses wants an engagement by the day. Ap ply at Mrs. Johnson's, 239 Mulberry st. A SITUATION WANTED? IN EITHER CITY OR country, liv a professed cook, who thoroughly under stands all kinds of family cooking; no objection to a hotel or boarding house. Best testimonials as to ability and char acter given. Call at 160 West 17th st, between 7th and 8th avs. . bTl't ATION WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE WO man; is a good cook, washer and Ironer. Best of ref I erence can be given. Call tor two days at 85 East 22d st, near Lexington. A SITUATION WANTED? AS COOK AND TO ASSIST with the washing aud Ironing, in a small private family; has good ci I y reference. Call at 113 West 31st St. ' A SITUATION WANTBD-BY A GOOD COOK, IN A privatn family. Good city reference. Call for two days at 50 East 18ih st. A YOUNO GIRL WANTS -A SITUATION AS CHAM berinaid, or to do general housework. Call for two dsysutUW West 48th st. A RESPECTABLE WOMAN WISHES TO GO OUT BY the day to do washing and Ironing or honsecleantof. Good city reference. Call at 129 West 2oth st., rear. A YOUNG PROTESTANT OIBL WISHE8 A SITUA tion r.s chambermaid and to do fine washing and Iron* lng. tiood references glvcu . Call at 126 8th at., near 6th av' A COMPETENT LAUNDRESS WANT8 TO TAKE gentlemen's washing at her own house. Call at 126 8th ?t. Can give good reference. A LADY, PARTING WITH A WILLING, HONEST AND , capable girl, wishes to procure for her a situation. Call at 18(6111 st, on Mrs. Mullen. A RESPECTABLE MARRIED WOMAN WANTS LA dtes' and gentlvmen's washing at her own rooms; also, clothes done up in the rough. Call on the first floor, 200 East 26th st. near 1st av. CIOOK.? SITUATION WANTED, BY A GERMAN WO > man, as llrsl class French cook In a private family; aim understands English and American cooking, all klmls ot bread. ? ike, pudding, pastry and fine desserta and creams; best city reference. Address M. M., box 165 Herald ofllce. If M PLOY ME NT WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE WO !i man, to lake in families' ami gentlemen's washing at her own house; good references given. Call at 21 Mlnetta tunc, neer 6th av. IiUSIUONABLB DRESSMAKER WILL GO OUT BY 1 the d.iv or take work in her own house. ICS 8th av., between 16th all 1 10th sts., seeond Door. >rrKSE -WANTED, A SITUATION BY A COMPE I tent nur-i and seamstress; reuptake cntlrn charge of an Infant or Invalid; would go In the country for the sum mer Can furnish tlm highest city reference. Apply at 111 West 31st at., between Gt la and 7th avs. SITUATION WANTED? BY A GERMAN LADY, IN AN American f imily, as lady's maul nnd seamstress; can operate on the machine, city or country. Address 74 Dean st. Hro. klyn. SITUATION WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE PRO te-tant girl, to do chainherwork and assist In fine wash ing and Ironing, or would do general housework In a small ).riv;,te family; good city refereuce. Can be secu for two days at 72 1 .rove st, rear. ITOATION WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE GIKL, for general housework; best references given. Apply for two d iys at 94 Elm st SITUATION* WANTED-BY TWO TOt'NO WOMEN; nu>' m tint cliiaa laundress and the other nil chamber maitl anil to a?-mt In trashing; best city reference. Apply at Ifll 8!h si, <'llntOn place. . SITUATION WANTED-BY AN AMERICAN WOMAN, to do cooking. waahinjs anil Ironlnc, cbnmberwnrk and walling: I est of reference . line a child ai? yeara old with her. Apply lit Ml :w nv , curner S7lh at. rpAKINd IN WASHING AND IRONINO-BY A RE 1 npeftable woman, in In r own house. Call Tor two day* at 233 7th av., between 28th and 29th ?ta. TIT ANTED? SITUATIONS, BY TWO RESPECTABLE 1 1 girls, lately from London; one na chambermaid, can w.i-h and Iron; the other to do light lioiiaewurk, wait on Ul le or take <- i rn of children and make lieraelf generally uaeful Beat of reference If required. Apply for two daya i.i 278 VVi at 2Uth t , between iith und 10th ay?.. up *Ulra. TJ7ANTKD-BY A TOUNO (II RL, A SITUATION IN TT the eouniry to do chamberwork and plain aewlng. or to lake cur'.- of children. Cnn give the beat referencea from her prenent employer*. No 2W Leiinglon ar. WAN/ED-BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNO WOMAN. TT of 17, a situation 'aa wet nurse. Call or addroasOM 6th av., near 37th at. Wanted? by a respectable woman, fami llea' or ntlemen'a wa.-hlng by the month. Call at 129 Eaut SSth ?. ' "11 r ANTED? A SITUATION Alt NURSE AND SEAM il atreaa, oraa chambermaid and waltrena In a email private lannly. He-t city reference for both capacities. Call at 111) West 18th at. to-day. \ITANTED-A SITUATION BY AN HONEST WOMAN, TT aa cook. Understands baking. Good reference. Call at 'JO V.irlck at. WANTEP-BY A RESPECTABLE OIRL, A SITUA tlon aa chambermaid and waltrca* In a b' igrdlng hou*e or prlrate family. Can be aeeo f or two day a at 27J}, Weat 28th at. WANTED-A SITUATION. BY A RESPECTABLE UIRL IB year" of age, to lake care of children and make her self genm ally useful. Unul lefsrcncae. Apply at 106 Eaat Broome at. 11TANTED-BY A YOUNO OIRU A SITUATION TO T? rook, waab and Iron or to do general housework for a prlrale family; ha? no objection to the country. Call at 301 Weal Slat St., room 43. Has good city reference. WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE TOUNO MARRIEP TT woman, a situation aa .vet ntirae. Call all the week at 1<7 Eaat tttli It . rear, tietween 2d aud 3d avs. WANTED-A SITUATION AS CHAMBERMAID j>R waitress, In an American family, by a Herman /irl. Ha* good references. A permanent ptaoe desired. Apply to MUs Bysr, i?7 Uraud ?L tlon aa ~jSni cooV 'ER3ON a S/TUA iSfmU'li j'M ,h' ^"of ci/riJL." *n "asher 1*3 He,, mb b.twe.;7lbcl^dr^?^ Can bSMt. at WANTED-BY TWO SISTERS, BTUlWW IN TT tbe country; one as eipsrleneed nurse, thi i other aa Drat elaaa waltreaa. at* Prolastaats; l-est dty riferencea. Can be aeen at *>> tih sr. . WABIIINO AND IRONl*0 NEATLY DOMj AT NO. UM Msdtaon si. In rwr. W#UM ???? 0? <Uy qmirt of fatfk* i/ualay . ilrPATlOM WAMTBP? FEMALBB. Wanted- a situation, by a young oirl. as good cook, wuher and Irooer, or to do housework; has good city reference*. Call for two days at ISA East 14th ?t., fourth dour. WANTED-A 8ITUATI0N, BY A RESPECTABLE young woman, aacook In a small private family; city preferred, Call for two (lays at 302 Bast 17th st,Jthlrd|tloor, front room. ? WANTED-A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE girl, a* cook, ironer or washer iu a private family; baa one year's reference from her. last place. Apply for two day* at 196 Madison at., third floor, back room. TTTANTBD-A 8ITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE Tf young girt, aa good plain cook and excellent washer and Ironer, or would do chamberwork and assist with wash ing and ironing. Haa the b"Bt of city reference from her lust place. Can be seen far two day* at 187 East 22d at., top floor, back room. WANTED ? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE voting womnn. to do ohamberwork and assist in wash In* and ironing. Best of city reference from her last place. Cau be sees at No. 8 West Washington place. 1T7ANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE GIRL, A RITtJA n tlon as first class cook: will assist in the washing and ironing; no objection to the country ; good reference. Call at aa West 24th st. TTITANTED ? BY A PROTESTANT YOUNG GIRL, A SIT W uation aa infant's nurse; can take tho entire charge; would do cbambarwurk; is a goad sewer; has good refer ence. Call at 113 West Silt si, near 6th ay. WANTED? BY A MIDDLE AGED WIDOW (ENGLISH), a situation to take care of an invalid or child; Is a good needlewoman, active, industrious and willing to make herself generally nseful; no objection to travel; highest ref erences. Address for two days, M. 8., Post oflice. lloboken. HELP WAHTKD- PKWALES. A YOUNG LADY WANTED? OK PREPOSSESSING apearance, to attend counter of fancy good store, at 539 Hroutlway, Harnum's Museum. Call between 12 and 2 P. M. A LADY, OP GENTEEL AND PREPOSSESSING AP. peur.uice, o-i n obtain a pleasant home as companion. Address, stating age and place of interview, Mrs. Watson, station C. . COOK WANTED-ONE WHO UNDERSTANDS HER business, particularly meats and vegetables; wages >14 per month. Apply, with references, from one to uve o'clock, this afternoon, at S3 Amity st Girl wanted-to do general housework: must he a good plain cook, ironer and washer, and bring lirst class city reference. Apply at 113 Clinton place. WANTED? A COLORED WOMAN, WITH A FRESII breast of milk, as wet nurse: ono who thoroughly un derstands her business. Call at No. 8 Neilson place. WANTED? A PROTESTANT WOMAN TO COOK AND assist with w ishing and ironing, In a private family, in Westchester county. Apply on Monday between 10 and 2 o'clock, at 101 Franklin st, WANTED? A YOUNG COLORED WOMAN TO DO ohamberwork and waiting; wages $3 per week. Ap ply at 39 (i.-ove st., N. Y., immediately. WANTED? A GIRL TO COOK, WASH AND IRON; must take the ontlru charge of the basement tioor; city reference required. Apply this day (Monday) ut 366 West 34th at., between 11) and i! o'clock. WANTED-A TIDY. RESPECTABLE OIRL, TO TAKE charge of children; one who can come well recom mended will receive liberal wuges. Call at No. 9 Great Jones street. WANTED? A PROTESTANT GIRL, TO TAKE CARE of u ehlld and make herself generally useful and will ing to go In the country during the summer. Apply at 98 East 4 th st. WANTED? A P.ESPECTABI.E PROTESTANT WOMAN to do general housework In a smuli family a few miles from the city. Apply at 09 Liberty St., fourth floor, to-day, from 10 to 3 o'clock. WANTED? FINISHERS, ON WIIITB SHIRTS. AP ply at Friedenberger k Newman's, 110 Champers st., up stairs. WANTED? IN A FIRST CLASS FAMILY, TWO YOUNG German girls; one as cook, washer and ironer, the other as seamstress; good wages to competent and well recom mended girls; no other need apply. Address 8. H., Uniou office, Brooklyn. WANTED-A GENTEEL YOUNG WOMAN, WHO CAN sew and keep house for a gentleman. Address, for three days, J. Manly, box 188 Herald office. WANTED? A OK KM AN WOMAN, AS PLAIN SEAM stress and to take care of grown children; ono who speaks good German. Apply at 311 4tb ay. WANTED? A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK, with city reference, at SIS West 24th st. WANTHD? A GOOD GIRL, TO DO GENERAL HOUSE work, at 405 6th at. WANTED-TO GO IN THE COUNTRY, A FIRST RATE lauudress, who thoroughly understands her business and oan give ijood references. One for the city wanted also. Apply at 18 East 28th st. , between the hours or 10 and M. WANTED ? IMMEDIATELY, A HEALTHY WET nurse; milk not over 8 or 10 months. Apply at, or address 363 Broadway, up stairs. WANTED? A SMART GIRL, 16 YEARS OLD, TO DO the housework for two persons. Apply at 420 Fourth av. WANTED-A GOOD COOK; ONE WHO UNDER stands her business. Apply at 31 West 17th st., near Fifth av. WANTED-A YOl'NO, HEALTHY WOMAN AS WET nurse. Apply this morning at 177 West 28th st WANTED-A HEALTHY WET NURSE, WITH PLENTY of milk for a child two months old. Call at 343 West 36th st, from 8 to 12 o'clock A. M. WANTED-A MIDDLE AGED WOMAN. TO SUPEK. Intend housekeeping for a small family, and as oom 8 anion to a lady ; unezeeptlonahle references required. Ad rcss, with full particulars as to references and residence, H. M. N., station G, Post office. SITUATIONS WAWTED- MALES. A SITUATION WANTED? BY A YOUNO MAN AGED 22. who is a fur penman and ba* a knowledge of book keeping. City reference* given. Apply to or addreaN J. IS., 318 WcatXKh at A 8ITUATI0N WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN, ABOUT 18 year* old ; cau write ft fair band. Addreaa W. C., box 185 Herald office. A YOUNO MAN. OP 22, HAVINO NINE YEARS' EXPB rienoe in the wholesale liquor buaineaa. with an eitcn Hiye acquaintance among retailers in the city and country, would aocept a auttabli engagement In some good hoimfl, in thia or otlier line of go da; no objection to going Went; best referencen given If rei|ulied. Address A. II., station B. AHMAHT. ACTIVE YOUNO MAN, A WAITER, AOE 18 year*, a good penman, and understand* t<> open oyaters and tend bar. wanta a situation where a goo I man would ho required. Apply at or addreaa && East Mth at., between 1st and 2d ar*. A YOUNO MAN 2? YEARS OF AOE DESIRES A ?itnation in a grocery atore, to learn the buaineaa In all lta branches. apeak* Gorman. and la well educated In other reap. rt* Addreee Icr one day J C., boi 3,<U7 Poat office. A SITUATION WANTED-BY A STEADY, HONEST yonng man. aa porterln a atore or factory. Can fur nish beat recommendations. Call at or addreax J. 0.. 40 City llall place, lor two daya. Barrows a WALSH'S national employment Office, No. 3 Broadway. Every claa* of help furnished, male and female. WANTFD-BY A WELL EDUCATED YOUTH, AGED 14 yearn, a situation in a rommlaaion agent'* or mer chant'). olllce: unexceptionable reference will be given. Ad dreaa A. O. , bo i 1U2 Herald olllce. WANTKD-BY'A ROBF.R, STEADY MAN, A SITUA tion aa porter In a atore Inquire at the office of the McCiillough l.ead Company, 6(1 Duane ?t. WANTED-BY A YOUNO MAN LATKI.Y ARRIVED from the old country, a situation aallgtH porter, bar tender, or in any repectablc employment; the advertiser la a good penman and correct figurer. Addrea* C. McUrath, 19 Pieatdunt at., Brooklyn, or BOI 1<M lleralil olllce. WANTED-BY A KMART YOUNO MAN, WHO UNDKR ?Undn the buaineaa. a aiiuntion in a flrat claa* family grocery atore; beat reference formatted. Call ou or addreaa for three days, C. S. I'., 23* 8th a*. WANTED-A SITUATION, BY A YOUNO MAN, WIIO baa a knowledge of the pnwnhniking buaineaa. good city reference Addreaa J. C , llerald office. COA4IIMKN AND OARDBNCRS. AOAKDF.NF.R, WHO SPEAKS FRENCH AND OI ?nan. and who enn make himaelf uaeful In every way, wialie* to have employment In or near the city. Ad drc?" i. irdeiier, iXt l?t av , near Mth ?t. (10ACIIMAN WANTKD-TO GO TO FLUSHING. LONO J In. and. Apply to William E Cock A Co., S35 Broadway "IIT ANTED? A SITUATION AS GROOM, BY A YOUNO VT man. who perfectly understand* the care and manage ment of horaea from a boy; hat lived with one of the heat families In the old country. Addreaa M. M, box 1U2 llerald offioe, or 99 West 19th at, for twu daya. D CI/KUKS AMD KAIiKNNEN. RUG CLERK WANTED-AT M GRAND ST. Drug clerk wanted-a competent man. with good reference*. Apply to F. C. WelU A Co., IIS Frank lin at. after 10 o'clock. D RI O CLERK WANTED? AN EXPERIENCED PER ?on for the retail business, at 172 9th av , corner 22d ??? Salesman wanted-to sell staple goods to ?r"> ere; liberal arrangements made with the right man. Apply to D. 11. Thlckaun k Co., Iff Warren at., op ataire. WAN'TF.D? BY A YOI'NG MAN, A SITUATION AS aalennan. entry, ahipping, neneral clerk or ?aai?tant In an office; writes a good hand, and haa aome knowle.lue of bookkeeping; can furnlah the beat city reference. Addreaa B. B. B., Herald office. WANTED-A SITUATION, BY A TOUNO MAN. WIIO la a good penman and accountant; haa uneici-ptlouabla reference* Addreaa Robert, Herald office. tlT ANTED? A COMPETENT SALESMAN (IN A FIRST TT elaaa retail hotiae on Broadways, who haa a thorough Sractical knowledge of the china ami gas fllt'iro buaineaa o other* need apply. Situation permanent. Addieaa Chandelier*, Herald office. WANTRD-A YOUNG MAN AS SALESMAN IN A HE tall ahlrt atore; none need apply except they under aland the buaineaa; reference wanted. 1M Chatham at corner of Teari. H1LI1 W A WTMP*? W A lag S. An architect has a yacancy in his office for a young gentleman aa pupil. Apply at 191 Broad war. room IT. Assistant bookkeepers, steamboat gro cery clerk*, aalesmen, porter*, driver*. condnrter*, watchmen, bartender*, hrateamen. copyists desiring imme diate employment call at CI Chamber* si Business man wantbd-a permanent and profitable poat lion may be secured, genteel and respect ? m&z Em** 1 HF,LPWA1ITBP-MAI.BI. BAKKEE'.'BK WANTBD? AN ACTIVE YOUNG MAN. who Is thoroughly conversant with the routine of a first clu< hou'>?; must tie wall recommended. Apply ?t 60 Wil liam ?t. t near Cedar. _____ UAit keeper wanted and to take charob of II two billiard tables; must understand bis business ana have good reference. Apply M Fox's, southwest comer of SOth st and 7tb av. B OY WAITERS WANTED? AT 181 WBHT ST. Entry clerks, copyists, salesmen, porters, coachmen, conductor*, drivers, watchmen, call early for situations. Business Agency, 208 Broadway, room No. 6. SHIRT CUTTER8 WANTED.? NONE BDT EXPERl* ?need hands need apply at 80 Warren^t., second loft. WANTED-A CATHOLIC AOENT, IN EACH COUNTY of every State In the Union, to sell the Devotion to the Blessed Virgin in North America " Particulars sent by addressing Virtue A Yorstoo, 12 I)ey street, New York. N. B.-A specimen copy wlU be sent by remitting <3 28 to the publishers. WANTED-A COMPETENT AND EXPERIENCED party, with suitable references, to take position aa a general agent in New York city for one of the principal Life and Accident Insurance Companies. Call at or addresa Superintendent. 18 Wall st. , Also experienced canvassers wanted for this city; liberal bonus allowed. Apply us above. WANTED-AGENTS, WITH A CAPITAL OF TEN dollars, to sell a patented article that will And ready sale; Urge commission paid. Apply at 112 Pearl St., room No. 4. WANTED-TEN STOUT YOUNO MEN FOB A SOUTH Sea Whaling vovage. RANDALL A CO., 185 South street, np stairs. TI7ANTED? TWO STOUT BOVS, ONE TO TAKE GARB vT of horse ; the other to carry out packages. Apply at 117 4th av. WANTED? SMART, ENERGETIC MEN TO INTRO duce my portable lemonade and soda water ; a very wholesome beverage In these times; requires no fountain; can start with *2. JOHN SIMPSON, 141 Henderson st. , Jersey City. WANTED-CLERK FOR A STEAMER, CLERK FOR a railroad office. WIUSON A CO., 146 lireeno St., Jersey C Ity. ? WANTED? AS CASHIER AND TO LEARN THE RE tail dry goods business; a smart boy from 16 to 18 years of age; must come highly recommended. Addreaa, with name and reference, W., Herald office. djCAA ? A .YOt'NG MAN THAT CAN LOAN *501) ON wiM " good seourlty and ready to t ike a permanent situation Immediately, at a salary of $Zr> per week, ean call at 17 Broadway, up stairs. WILLIAMS A CO. TUB TRADES. (1AUKIAGE SMITH WANTED-ONE WHO I'NDER J stands his business, on new work, can Ret steady em ployment and good wages to go a short distance out of the city. Apply to Taylor k Hicks. 69 Cedar st. Fj1IRST-CI,ASS CUTTER WANTED. AI'PLY TO W. H. II. Davison, National Hotel, Corilandt st., city, from 10 to 12 o'clock. SIX OB EIOHT IRON MOULDERS CAN KIND EM plov merit at the Works of Toild A ttalTortv, Peterson, jf. J. Those belonging to the Iron Moulders' Union need not call. _____ O SAWMAKER9? ONE FULLY COMPETENT TO take the entire charge of a saw manufactory In success ful operation, can learn of a good opening, by addressing; until 30th instant, Post office box .16 SH, Now York. Also two good circular saw smlthers. Address as above. T TO CRACKER AND BISCUIT BAKERS. -A SITUATION wanted by a man of long experience as a fancy biscuit and cracker baker. Apply to Peter Rooney, 162 Prove st. WANTED? TEN PIANOFORTE FINISHERS AND four action regulators Apply to J. I'. Hale, corner of 10th av. und 36th st. WANTED? A CUTTER FOR LADIES' FURNISHINO goods. High prices paid to a ijood and tasty cutter, at Sehloas A Fleishman's, 104 Reade st. WANTED? A BRASS TURNER TO GO TO BONN, ford, Conn. One accustomed to look work preferred. Apply this day at 245 Pearl St., between II and 12. THOMAS KENNEDY. FBEIfCH ADVKRTISKnE^TH. UNE DEMOISELLE PBANCAISE DESIRE SE PLACES ile prcfernnce dans line miison Am'erlcaln??, pour donner les premiers prlncipes d ela langue Frau^aise, a ud ou deux enrants. 8'adresser Mile. Marulf, ISO Elm at.. New. ark, N. J. PKIlS()\/tl.. A PATRIOTIC BOY, BORN ON THE FOURTH OF July, for adoption, at Madame Rolf 'u, 160 Lauren* st Information wanted-of elizabrth flana. can (widow), maiden name Byrne, m of her daughter Bridget Flanagan, natives of Ireland, county Meath. Any Information that will lead to their residence will l>e thank fully received by their cousin, Joseph Smith, at 388 Third av. eone, N. Y. Morton.? am well, waiting for addresh. Must see you before you leave. If possible. Write o# clegraph Monday. NOTICE.-THE FRIENDS OF FREDERICK LIMBI'RG, from Holsteln. formerly watchman in John English'* shipyard, take this mode or informing him of the death of his wife, and request him to come bM and take charge of his Utile children. Western papers please copy. ALTER HUNT. ? IF ANY OF THE FAMILY OB workmen of the late Waller Hunt, who obtained % patent for cloth-lined paper collars. In I KM, will call or com. mnnicaie with S. W. IT. Ward, 3K7 Broadway, New York, they will greatly oblige. w LOST AND FOUND. A SORREL HORSE FOUND.? THE OWNEB MAT recover the same by proving p*opertv and paying charges on application to T. T. A C. W. Church. Fort Ham ilton. Found on wust side of town-a fine black, shagy Newfoundland I'lip. The owner can have the same by calling at the lumber office, corner of avenue C and East Fourteenth street, and pay for this advertisement. LOST-CERTIFICATE OF FIFTY SHARES QUICK silver Mining Co.. No. 4,371, name of J. Buchanan Henry. Transfer has been stopped. The linder will pleaee return the same to C K. Marvin A Co., 17 Wi'nam street. LOST? SATURDAY MOBNINO, IN WASHINGTON Market, a Pocketbook containing $MM In greenbacks and some papers. Whoever returns the pocketbook and papera may keep the monev and no questions ?A?I. MARY gCHUHMACHBB, II) Green street. IOST-ON THE 2! ST INST., A POINTER DOG, AN J swerlng to the name of Cesar spotted while and Meek* with brown esrs; had on a common leather onllar Who ever brings the same to 170 Duane street, will reoelve $3 reward. STRAYED OR 8TOLBN-ON THE MORNINO OF THE 18th inst. fr im Third Avenue Rsi'road <J>"pot, a black Mare, nhout Irl. hand* high, with a little white spot on the left eye. ,i lump on Inside of each foreleg below the knee, heavy mane and fore top, a part of the rnane clipped off where the collar rests ou the neck. Any person giving la formation of her at Third Avenue R.i.lruad depot will be suitably rewarded. KKWIHDR. AflC REW \RD.? STOLEN. A BROWN MARR AND ?P.i? ' Top Wa 'oh, with meat in il, !n Waahington Market. The above reward will ho paid ?>y returning the Hume to John K. nii'i'i. bwoher, 1,'inon Kill. N, .1. RKWARD.? IjOPT. OR wednf^oay, JCLY 4, S'l" In or around the Fifth Avenue Hotel, a Diamond Ring. act In gold, In the ahape of a oro<?a, The above reward will tie paid i iv |e ivi-ip it at the oflee of Fifth Avenue Hotel. <5 en REWARD.? STOLEN, A rlack m ARE. RATHER ?p?Jv" low heaileit, man<i Incline ! 10 apllt; wetuht alioot 87# po>""1?. Tup Hn-rirv, with yellow (tripod wheel*, bluo Uoed, York tries; X Clapp A Son. builder*, Pttufield. Ma?a ; ?liver plated harne?a, letter C on the bridle. A. C. CLAPP, city Hotel *ui?ie, Hartford! Oonne tictst. <21 HO RRW VRR.? LOH1\ JULY X A PACKAUE COR. ?Pllf" lamina S23H In (old com. The finder will receive the above reward by tearing It at Neville A Duiburr'a. 26 Walker afreet. <D1 nnn hkw \ rp? stolen, on the MORNINO ?pi.*"'/" ' of July 19, from the Are proof of A. Pardee ft Co.. H iileton. Luierne county, Penn* jivauu. Caah and 9* curiltea aa follow*: ? About fi.lVn In National Currency. About |k1l III N. Western R ,nk, Wnrren. About $J0 in Oil Cltjr Bvnk. Crawford county. I'NITED STATES 7 30 BONUS. A. i 2,IS<7 ll'Ji. dated Aufiiat IS. I-V4 B. m. IfS. Moo. dated AilgtlM lft, I*M. C. RU li? ?li?l. d ile 1 August |ft, in*i. D. 292,260, $1?J0, dated AB?nat 15. 1*14. A. 2W,?>I. $100. dated Augtt't 15. t*H. B. 2B2.3IB, *|fr>. dated August lft, IMM. C. 292 20S, 8100. dated August 15. IW54. I>. 292 i?U. $lon dated Anpiat 15, l?fi|. A. 2&VVH. *1*10. dnted August 15. 1884. B. 21':.. Hi. $|(*1. dated Aumi?t 15. m C. 3Ha.HU JIM dated Au*u*t 15. 1*4. D. RttMft. ft 1 fill, dated Augoot 15, 1 H : 4. A. 2iir., 853. flUO. dated Ati(rn?t 15 1*4. B. 2>>ftfiM, $100, dated Aii|?nst 15 l*t C. 298,661 >, Hon, daloil August 15 I), 295 8fi?. $101. dated Anguat 15. I?M United stele* 7 *1 Kond?, amounurif II |4.W aorvfcera not known ?I 2l)0 Compound lnter. -t Notes; $1 000 t'mtej States 5-20 Bond, number not known; < >rtin<-?te for one Hhaie Stork First Nation it Bank. Maui h Chunk, $100. Tho above reward will Im paid for the re eo?ery of the whola amount atolen, or a j>ronort)<>naie reward for any par* thereof, by A. I'ARDLE A CO., liaileton, or 111 Bioedway, New York um * ? ? i ? li*. AT2T/SS?"iy J*'nKRAM.Y ADVANCED OR DIA J\. M OR IIS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, AC . OR THR AT ?l: II Ifi II KsT ItA+F.S. amo CAW??R^>KRR?51 TICKETS ROf-flllTFOR DIAMONDS, WAT< HE*, JEWELRY, Ac. al 77 Bleecker street. up aleira. At ?n bboadwat-i pay the hioheht price* l r Diamonds Watrhea Jrwelrr. A?., oradraneeoo the a* 'tie. ISAACS, niamond Broker, oppoaite Walleek'a theatre. PAWNRR.1K' it.-, TICKETS, DIAMOND*. WATCH**, Jewelry an I CjotMig HIWMM at the hljhei.t priora ?' the prlrate Tliee 69 Hayartl aueet, liaaemeot, between Row ery and Vott ?ir?et. PAWNHROKERM' TICKETH PCK( HABED? f>F OLOT1I Ing. Dtamonda, Jewelry. Ac. A larga lot of Clothlog OO hand, at lialf the original coat. OBO. LF.VIE, 427 Hrootme atreet. eoraer of Croaby. H inkk, UftUOM, 4?C. CATAWBA WINEH.-WB ARE Nf)W OFFJRtN'l A rery fine tot of pure old and newf'auwbe ? ?>ea at vrry low (iiciirei. They are ju?t the thl?n for eobblera, and oiate e dellctoua beverage for family u?e Cell and try them hI'EAR A ItKF.VK, ?3 I'uane Mreet, corner Elm. KEI.LY ISLAND CATAWBA W1 NR-1S to inlt, at redored prtoe. C. WATERMAN, Agent for tbe meoafaeturera. 91 Chatham etreet. RBUABUt FOB THR CHOLERA. Old Brendiea. beat brande. bottled in Trenre. own inv Kite" b^r full Maorueeel of W.ae^ Whukeya. Ae . of fin? t aeelMy. . - ^