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4 BAST J1ST ST.?A WOMlN AS PLAIN COOK OR
lo Ukl ear* of a gentleman'* bouta for tha >umm?r ; no
to aMiit at coarae waablag i good country and vlty
Iwaranoaa. Call for two dan.
C WEST 1STU st. -A COMPETENT COOK IN A PRIU
vat* fant'y; un-teratan l? her builnaa* thoroughly; la
Irat clan baker; ?My sr cvuutry. Can be aeon for twa dart
M hai present employer'*.
on WEST S#TH ST., PRESENT EMPLOYER'S?A
ZjVj respectable Rogllib woman aa lint claaa cook In a
priaai* family. Call or adilraM for two <iaya.
no UMaaotr w^rvo SISTERS; ONE TO DO PLAIN
O-j eookhis. walking *ud ironing, tbe other lo do up itulr*
irork and watfcag; baal ciiy and country reference*. CaU
far two day*.
SI ITH ST., between 1st AND JO AVS.-A rti:RI
man girl aa brat cUm cook in a prWute f?.mly; good
J reference.
7 ft WEST 47TH ST. A RHSPECTABLE YOUNG OIRL
?/ at cooa, waaber and Ironer. Apply at present ocn|Joy?r*.
Qi) WEST nROAUWAY, UP STAIRS.?AH FIRST CLASS
meat eook In a boarding kouae or raatauraat; no obkcllon
lu ajual wttb waaliln^ nod Ironing. Call for two dayi.
lfk< 7TII AV., REAR.-TWO SISTERS; ONE AS
11' t cook; thi oilier aa chambermaid anil wa:trc?a; no
abjection to go a abort dlatasca la tha country.
1QM wi~st san., sr, first floor, backroom.
lOi) A rcapecubla girl aa cook lu a private family;
ana wlio u^rrtto'i French and English Booking. Can
(0tc good c'tjr reference.
mWE^T 17TH ST.?A COMPETENT WOMAN AS
plain cook, good wather and ironer; no obj'.ctl'in to
fcjhort dfalance in lha country; good reference.
* |/\ WrST IW! sr.-A RESPECTABLE YOUNG
I'll/ alrl to cook, wr'tb and Iron; alau a young girl lo do
rbkuil'oi nui it and wali*?j good elty reference.
1/IO WKKT 17TII RT., BBTWBliN tJTU AND 7TH
r>' KTi. A reapeelamo * iiinan lit cook and to masiat
with wu*hfR?Md lrouiu^ ; no olije-Uun lu the country; beat
nfarnnee.
0|)i) WEST S7TH ST., NEAR nil AV., URST
Z"">) Krar.?K middle n;<-d wornnji ua good cook Ut
baker; eKy preferred ; tana two yeara' city reference.
On7 VMVMI KT A OOMFETBOT WOMAN AS
?j\t I oook in a private f.-tiuHr; iiuderalaoda her bualMM
la All Ita braocbca; liita ;ho b?at city reference. Call.
Oft7 6TH BT-' BEAR.-AN EXFERIRNCED FIRST
Ju'' I clana meat and pastry cook; thoroughly under htnda
her buetu??3 In all ite branch**; no objertnina tu Brat
?U*a boat din? boti&e, either city or country; beat city referMe*
tiveo. ('ail for two day*.
Onu WKKT MTU ST., BETWEEN 7TII ANX> 8TH AVB.?
JZ''C> Au *xp< ricncltd womau a? ilrat rate cork; la an exMlleut
batcr or bread nad blacuit; bo objection to so In the
aeuotry; brat city reference.
?Ai - ?-A<JT m.tti s'P?AS FIRST CLASS COOK. KOR
Zlt) city or country; iieai reference from laat placc. None
Mad apply tut those willing to pay good wn^<>t.
2.)it EAST S7TH ST., BETWEEN . lT> AND 3D
>)w ava.? As cook; thoroughly unrierntanda hrr buMa
laundreaa' place; good reference. Call at
fijrMORUAK'S room.
OQA WEST 43D ST., PRESENT EMPLOYER'S.-A.
ZO" respectable noraaB as conk; uni'rra'.aiida her bualMm
ifcoroufk'y and is so excellent baker; has do objection
to (fee city or country. ran ba aeen for two days.
OQ I BROOMK ST.?A PROTK8TANT WIDOW
jZ't't womao, In the city or count rr; 11 aa excellent cook,
aod washer and Ironer; understands care of a dairy; baat
^fereoce.
Qf>?? EAST 34TH ST. -A YOUNO WOMAN AS PROfesai'd
rook; will aaaiat la coarse washing; jb an exaallenl
baker; beat city re.'urence.
OOC EAST S4TH ST.-A YOONU W.tMAN AS FIRST
OO1' claaa cook; 1a an excellent baker; will aiiilt in
Maraa washing; bea; city reference.
A A?? WKfiT 818T ST., NEAR 9TH AV.-AS OOOD
1't? plvn'euok and to at.iiat with the waahlng anil ironMt;
aa excellent baker; ao objection to go the country with
> faaaily.
J*JA 45TH ST., BETWEEN 9TU AND 10TH ATS. A
"O r respectable Tour.j; woman aa nook and to astiat
with the washing and Irealng; la an excellent baker; would
a a abort illnaii-e in the country; good reference. Can be
Man for two days.
fl/VT 1ST AV.-A PROTESTANT TO COOK, WASH
f>l? i and Iron In a small prlrate family; coo<l r.-Paronca;
Bo objection to a abort dlxlance in the country.
IAfiV BROADWAY, CORNER 41ST ST., SECOND
,iWt) floor, back room.?A respoctable girl aa cook,
IMhtr aad Ironer, beat reference from lait place.
Clianibrrwtid*, d*r.
7 EAST 4/>lH ST-A RESPECTABLE OfRL AS CHAMbermal<l
or waitress in a private family. Can bp s:en
." f one day at her prf-sent employer's.
4r WEST 81ST ST. - A RESPECTABLE TOCNO OIRL
) to (is cliatnberwork and waiting: no objection to the
Wnntry for the aitminei'. Can be seen at ber last place.
?nn OT ft dqt anrT'JT? wttot nw in *v vnurn
A young woman ae chambermaid, or would a*- I
IM at wunhing aud Ironing; beet city reference.
1 no wkst :<isu sr.. second floor, back room.
J iSO A yount ulrl aa chambermaid and waltrsat; do obtact'on
to the country. Good cily reference.
19d WEST IrTH ST?A RKSPECTABLB GIRL AS
J ZD chrin'orinaid and wailreia; best city reference,
(tell for two dajB.
1 ffn WEST 418T 8T.-A RKfllKCTAULE GIRL AB
J ) I chain1 eriuaid or to wind ehlldren; no objection to
111* eeuntry; city wfwttoe.
mtTH AT.-A YOUNG OIRL Art CIIAVBERMAIO
and ; can do plain aewluq; good city rcer BM.
Call for two day*.
OA(\ WEST S1ST ST.?A RESPECTABLE OJRL
JUL*' ? chambermaid and waltre** or to do plain a?wtag:
rood c.ty reference; no objtoilon to go a abort dlitanco
Bim country.
OA 9 WEHT SUTH ST., SECOND FLOOR.-A YOl'NO
aj rul aa chambermaid and waitrea*; would anslfct
to ilia waafcing and iroatn;; city reference.
Oil EAST ?>TH ST.?A RESPECTABLE YOi NO
0 T J girl to do chamberwork and take dare of children.
Call for two d*j?.
QIKC WEST 'j?TH ST.?A RESPECTABLE YOUNG
OVjf) woman to d> chamberwork and plain tewing, or
w?a!d go to tb* country to Uke cars of children; Lest city refWUCH.
A AC* WEST 1?TH ST.?AS CHAMBERMAID AND
" l I) willing to help in lb* washirg and Ironing; be?t
?ty reference.
A A Q WESV -STB ST.-A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOT
i >7 man to do upstair* work and enlat in waMilog and
Ironing, or to do cooking and a?!?t In washing nnd Ironing;
e?i. oHj reference. Call for two day*.
inQ ITH A v.?A YOUNG OIRL AS WAITRESS AND
*TO'' chambfrmaM; leave* her p'-eiien', pluce ai the ladv
Is going travelling. Can be aeon for two day* -Tucaday and
W?dii*)ular-*from 11 till 8.
COO EAST 14TH GT.-TWO GIRLS, LATELY
landed, one a* chambermaid aud waltrees; tb*
*Uier aa ?niltriH and t/Jtike charge of children |
/?nn GREENWICH ET., SECOND FLOOR, FRONT
fJrjl/ roora.- A ynim; girl a* chambermaid and plain
wwer, or would b* willing to do waiting; good city rei trence.
C?n be isoo for two dart.
1 Ol X 3D AV., NEAR 7i?T1I ST.-A RESPECTABLE
young tlrl a* chamhei Katd and to take care of
Mdreo, or to do,general housework in a private family.
191 8,) AV., NEAR 70TH ST.-A RESPECTABLE
???! ) girl, lately landed,- ai cLamhcrmaid, or to do
itMir ,rk In a nuall family. Ce-l for two d>y*.
WANTED-A PLACE AS CHAMBKRMAID OR NURSE
for children, In an American I'aoilly, by a German girl,
who apeak* Ucrnian, French and Ens'-iBb perfectly. Addrei*
TCal. Lt 31ft Uivhvon at.
DreHimkeri and Sctmitrniei.
1BT FLOOR, FRONT ROOM, 337 EAST 1JTH ST.1
VaakiVna iImi** If ma If in m Rnr?i nrirr w Ifi KaII
Salti, $11, upwards; Wrapper*, t?8 a *5 80: also children'*
Kd Millie*'garment* uta<ie io onler; Pattern* and Kaiblon
ilri, cutting and hauling. Terms uasb. Call or address.
ID AV., IN THE STORE.?A FIRST CLASS DRESSXTr
maker wlshe* a few mora engagements by the day la
fa?ilte*. _
"1?7 GAY ST., NEAR WAVERLKY PLACE AND 8TII
J I * .?A 3lit c!f. . sramstresn, operator and dressmaker;
Would go out by tbe <1 *y, weak 01 month; has a machine.
QQ WEST 12TH ST., BETWEEN 5TH AND 8TM AVS?A
OO sa?oiRtrsgi to ga out fcjr the day; sbo finishes beuutlfaHy,
but rtoe* not operate on any machine. Can be setn
whwa sb*oocas1onally works.
QQ WFBT UfU ST.-A COMPETENT WOMAN TO DO
00 sewtu* end work en Wheeler A Wilson's sewing ma.
tkine, ?r uki care of baby awl seir on machine; city refsHact.
A 1 3D AV., NEAR 10TH ST., N EXT THE DRV HOODS
rr L store.?A <!r*ssroak*r, who thoroughly understands
a'.Onc fitting and trimmlug (with exquisite saste) for ladia*
and children, would make a few mora engagements by the
tnj or week ; would not object to tbe country; can operate
MTuathiue; reference given.
4 ft ELIZABETH ST.- A DRESSMAKER, ACCIJS<)
tamed tr> flint elar* cutting and flttin;. wooid like a few
eustomora tw go out by Uie day or week. Address M. D.
icq FAST asTrfsr.-AN AMERICAN ~LADYr A "SITUM.'Jy
atlon In the country to operate on a sewing machine
fur. ?b her own mo<;hips. Inquire of Mis* llltOWN.
Oni EAST 218T ST., NEAR 8D AV.-AN AMERICAN
Ail'T te.Jy, an experienced dressmaker, would like a few
ngagementn by the iKy, or would take work at berowo
kooM. Cull or aMrns.
OOjl WE8T ITTH ST., BETWEEN 7TH AND 8TH
aiZix * ?., third Hot. room 12.?A respectable young woMan
la tbe country a* seamstress snri chambftfiiiai-l, or
would see to J03t or two Jgrorrlnj children; understands
Orover A Baker's machine.
<)6h 1ST AV.?A YOUNG WOMAN AS GEAMSTKE8S;
^U'J can cot. lit and ojieratn o.i Wlitnlor A Vt ilsoo's ?a feine,
and good head dreasur; goort city Weien.-cs.
f\7A AT < RETWEEN sisr and am sis., third
U j U floor, in the rear.?<A dressmaker us irimntmvi by
fee B?e*lb; thoroughly nnierKUDds cuttinq and fitting Indies'
ad children's suits and undergannenvs; uti no objection w
ge a short 42*14nee in thi coantry.
AjQ ID AV., BETWEEN 46TH AND ?7TH 8T3.,
1 " ?/ fourth li?ll.?A competent ?eam*ire*s; ran cut an t
it ladles' and children's dresses and do all family *owlug;
parutea on \\ heeler k Wilson's macMrs; would gu uut b y
toe week or south; no objection to tbe country; city refer boc.
I QUA~STH AV7 BETWEBjTl>20 AND WD"TfsT~A
OO' J lady, fonnerlr of Mra?. Doeden's, will do dress( Baking
at bar bonec far a fow first c.'ass customers, at rea onab.e
price*.
Ontrtl Hwsewwhi <fcc.
(11 K SULLIVAN ST., IK THB REAR. ?TWO FROIJ'.l
teaUnl girl*; an* to do general housework Is a
( ill family; tka other to do chaabarwork ar c*?k, was#
Ml mm In i uaali faaa Cy | good city referetcaa.
NEW Y
nmvioNs wAwrgp-innfiy.?i...
OmwiI See,
I Q"| LUDLOW ST., It BAB HOUSTON ST.-A BRIO
1 speuta.ble young (Irl to do general homework In a
mall private family ; !j an aictilant washer and lroner and
a rood plain cook; Mil city refarauce. Call for two day*.
MYAR1CK ST.-A PROTESTANT WOMAN TO DO
general homework In a mall prtrata family; la a
good washer and lroner; city reference. CaB for two daya.
2or EAST ?ni ST., BETWEEN ID AND 8D AYS.?A
i)>) renpectable young glri to do E'??ral hou.ework In a
mall private family; city reference. Call for two daya.
?>t>7 EAST 47TH ST., BETWEEN 1ST AND ID
?/ ) I ???., ro u. 14.- To do general homework In a amall
|<ilT?te family; hag lived nine mouth* In bor last place.
1 '-IQ WEST S!*TH BT. A RESPECTABLE YOUNG
*1 OO girl to do general housework In a small private
faml'y.
A 4 "1 WEST 82D 8T, BETWKEN 9TH AND 1UTH
T'tl ays.?A respectable woman, lately landed, to do
general homework ; no objeutlou to the oounti^
Hoaaekeeper*! &i>.
OO"; 4Tn AV. A RESPECTABLE LADY OP EX PROx"
ri*uc* a* housekeeper, either In the city or country.
(\i - A #TH AV.?A TOUNO AMERICAN G1KL AS
* ? I "t housekeeper, or to <lo housework In a small private
family. Inquire for Mrs. FAKIS.
Ar?l'l* LADV OF EDUCATION AND RKFINRtni
nt desires a position as housekeeper for a widower;
no irnlrrj nee.it antwer. Address MARION, Herald branch
ofllce, Brooklyn.
ALADT, OF LONa EXPERIENCE ANDCOODRKFERence
as to capability i.ud ciiaraeter, df?!reg a situation
as matron or housekeeper Id a boarding school or any publle
iustltutloa. Address, for one week, Mrs. L. 1.., llerafd ofllce.
A HOUSEKEEPER, Or MANY YEARh' EXPERIENCE,
wants a situatliin in a hotel or private family, having
bald tne position in both; good reference. Address HOliSLKRKHKk.
tor Lhreu tluva. Herald office.
Ltaidmieh <ts.
??1 PARK RT , CORNER OK DUANE, FOURTH FLOOR,
Ol room 13.?A respectable woman ueeires tome gentlemen's
or lamllles' washing to do at bcr own home or would
go out by tbs Jay; city reference.
Qi CRfci'NWICU AV.?A WOMAN TO OO OUT BY
>( thn day ti? do washing and ironing and housecleaning;
but reference.
It)" WEST 2STH Bf.*A 8KSFE0TABLE WOMAN
) wishes a few gentlemeu's ?* families' wacbinf; at
her own bouse; dooa clothes up la beat th&nner; aieo liutiug
dune; bast reference.
1 KA WKBr S8TH ST., SECOND FI.OOK. KMT
l?/TT room. ? Washing and ironing of a respectaM; pWvate
family or gentlemen's by an honest woman; good city
reference.
9/\r WEST SSTH ST?A RESPECTABLE WOMAN
withes lentieracu's or ladles' washing: understand
herbnsineaa thoroughly; can do pulling and lhitliig. Best
reference.
99<1 1ST AV.. BETWEEN 1STH AND 14T1I STS.-A
respectable woman wisliea ladies'and gentleman's
washing; price 7a cents a dozen; and fluting Tf required J
good reference If re julred. Mrs. REYNOLDS.
9QO WEST 1STH ST., REAR.?A COMPETENT WOman
as laundress; will assist in uhainberwork; good
city reference. ^
OQ1 WEST 26TH ST.?A FIRfiT CLASS LAUNDRESS
00 1 desires some famUy washing to do at her own
rooms; best reference.
OI7 EAST J2D ST., BETWEEN 1ST AND SD AV3.,
0*xf In the candy itore.?A respectable younit woman
to go out by tbe day; Is a first claaa waslior and lrouer; understands
ail kinds of house cleaning, putting down carpets
and whitewashing; would go to any part of the city and a
ebort dlstlnce In the country; good city reference. Call for
two days.
4 rrj CD AV.. BETWEEN S1ST AND 8iD ST8.-A RE*X?J
| spectable girl a<i laundress In a prlrato family; understands
ull kinds of fluting, An., an 1 haa go->d cIlT re >renofl;
no objection to tbe country. Call on or address LAUNDRESS.
rL70 SD AV.. BETWEEN 818T AND G2D ST8.-A RE
J|0 spectacle young girl as first class laundress; first
class refercnco from last employer.
7Q1 7TU AV.. BETWEEN 61 ST AND MI) STS.-A
1 OJ. young girl aa Urst diss laundress; understands ail
kinds of KutJBg; the best of city reference.
Nnreeas Ac.
r EAST 38TH ST.-A COMPETENT NURSE, WHO UN.
1; demands chamberwork; no objeollon to a**i*t with
fin* washing; bast reference If required. Call or uddiess.
Ol MADISON AV?AN EXPERIENCED, MIPDLE
Ol aged woman a* nurse, to take eare of nn infant; eight
years of the best reference; no objection to tbe country.
r-1 ST sr., CORNER OF LEXINGTON AV. (INFANTS'
Mrs. Polmnan, Million.
Pjr O AV.?A MONTHLY NURSE. DISEJf iAOED;
I ?) belt city references ; don't object to the country. To
be MM tc-day.
QOD ST., KIR ST HOCfE WEST OF 8D AV., PRESENT
?7iS employer's.?A neat, competent girl as Infant's nurse,
to ?o In the country for llio summer, or to do ebai<il>er*ork
sua waitioir in a soull fnn'tly in the city; unexceptionable
city reference. Cun be seen on Monday.
"1 AO EAST S3D BT.-AS NUBSE IN A PRIVATE
1UO fnmltr, or to do llsht ehiraberwoi k: be-t city reference;
no objection to the country for tbe summer.
11/> EAST 1ITII ST., BETWEEN SD AND 4TH
ill) a\s. - A yotinp Parisian girl to lake care of children
cuo babies), or to wait upun a InOy; good rofereuccs.
mWKST 19TII BT.-A RESPECTABLE WOMAN A9
children's nurae and to do plain sewing or to lake
chars* of au Infant from lt? birth; goo 1 reference.
1 r 1 WEST 17TH ST.-A RISPKCTAULE WIDOW
I > 1. woman to take charge of * baby; la willing and
obliging.
"1 fo WEST 27TFI ST.?A RESPECTABLE YOUNG GIRL
l.<JO to tako :c#re of children and assist with tbe o'lamberwork;*no
objection to the country; beat city tefcrencei
from laal place; can be seen for two day*.
t)AO WEST 27TH ST.. NEAR 7TH AV., FIRST FLOOR,
iUO backroom.--A younr, healthy woman, with a fresh
breast of milk, as wet nurse; best city referonce.
91 il WEST WTH ST.?A RESPECTABLE (J1RL, IS
iji' F years old, as nurse or to make herself generally
ustful In a respectable !nn!ly.
91Q WEST S7TH ST., SECOND FLOOR.-A YOCNO
?, iO Protestant girl to tati care of a child and do plain
sewing, licit city reference.
QIQITOVOX ST., BROOKLYN.?A MIDDLE AGED,
?1 aj experienced ia*ir as nurse or companion for an invalid.
Referent eicbanged. Only first class persons apply
at Mr. FRENCH'!*.
91 Q FULTON ST., BROOKLYN?A MIDDLE AGED,
&L?J ejperlencn.l lady r.s nur^e <>r companion for an Invalid;
references exchanged; only first class persons nred
app!y. Mrs. FRENCH.
k)41 WliST 22D ST., BETWEEN 7TH AND 8TH AV8.?
i'll A respectable girl aa nurse and seamstress; no objection
to go to the country.
7TH AV.?A COMPETENT GIRL A8 NURSE
ill and seamstress; fully competent to take entire
charge of a baby; no objection to the country for the summer
months; can coma wc'.l recorcmcnde l.
O f 7 AV, B, 8EC0ND FLOOR, FRON T.-A YOUNG
? 11 woman, 17 years of age, to mind children; chd do
plain sewing; can operate on a machlue and make herself
generally useful. Can be see.i for three days.
Q f\r> EAST 81 ST ST., BACK FABLOR.-AN ENGLISH
OUO person ns nurse or waitress; a good home more of
an object tliau wages.
'2A7 WEST 24TH ST., BETWEEN 8TH AND 9TH
?)U I avs. - A r?apert*ble voting woman as wet nurse.
Can be seen Monday and Tuesday.
Q9Q WEST SMH ST.?A RESPECTABLE WOMAN
O^O to take care of children aud will make bcr.clt use*
ful; no objection to the country.
nnn cherrt sr., basement.?a respectable
?)iU rn.ini._tt woman wishes a baby to wet nurse at her
simtvi lif?r nwn h?hf hfint/ miA wp<*k : l?#nt ph.
Terence. ' * " Mrs. ROBERTSON."
QOQ WEBT 28TH 8T.-A TOUNO, HEALTHY WO
jOeJ man, with a fresh breast of mllK. at wet uurss; can
take tbe entire cbarze of a baby from birth.
QOQ EAST ?0TH RT.-A RESPECTABLE TOUNG
OOO married woman m wet nurse In * prirate family J
ha? an abundance of milk and baby to testify ae to capability
aad lifBith.
J Of WEST 37TH ST., BETWEEN 9TH AND 10TH
1^1 ???., top Soor.~A respectable Protestant woman
waat< an Infant to nurxe, or two email ckl'dren to board at
bar bou?4. Call a'l week.
nl f LEXINGTON AV.-A RESECTABLE TOUNO
f) L'r girl, lately arrWed from the old country, m child'*
nurse or chambermaid.
IAKAVKTTE AV., OPrC8ITE GRAHAM 8T. BROOKJ
Jjn.-A middie-aied Knglish widow laJy a* nurse; can
take an infant from Its birth; or a* housekeeper In a small
family; no onjeclion to going to Englaud. Can be seen at
aay hour until eajsjed. Mrs. BOWERS, at tbe florist's.
WtlircM**! See.
QAD WEST 27TH ST., WEAR 7TO AT., FIRST FLOOR,
^iKfO bank room -A neat young woman ts first elass
waitress or to do ehaiuberwort and waiting; city or country;
best city reference.
f>d 7 7TH AV., NEAR 2tTH ST. A COMPETENT
Zil young woman as first class waitress In a prirate
family; would do eharobernrork and plain ironing; no objection
to the couotry for the summer; can come well recommended.
jtliAeruitneowa.
Qfl DEAN ST., BROOKLYN, N. Y.-AN AMERICAN
?7 VI parson of experience to take cart of and Instruct children:
would assist In plain sewing. or attend en elderly or
liiva'ld lady; li?ed in last place eight yenrs; no objection to
otiy or oounliy or ko travel; excellent reference. Call on or
address M iu ?TE KTON.
11 ff WEST 46TH ST.. BETWEEN CTH AND 7TH AV8.?
1 11) A young girl a* lady's maid; understands hair dressing
sod Is a good sr.iro-tiess; would pra.'er to travel wth a
family . 12 years' exp?>.rl?a e.
707 *rH AV- (PRESENT EMPLOYER'S).?A YOUNG
I ?7 ( 1 adr an seleaiady In a confectionery, or would like to
travel with a lady as companion or as nursery governess.
Call on or address L. A. B. uutll suited.
A LADY WISHES AN EMJjtOEMENT FOB PART OK
the day; teaching or some other li;ht employment?
Fiitjllili, FrfJien, Miuin, Drawing, 'i'enni ?3 per week. Addrew
H, M., Herald office.
A WELL EDUCATED GERMAN LADY. WHO SPEAKS
French fluently a>.d tolerabl* good KnglUii, wishes a
itnatlun rioter tn a family, a school er a respectable business.
Address box 3,781 Post office, New York.
A THOROUGHLY COMPETENT DESIRES
/a. copying; would r?*is? manusuript, write ieiten, assist
Hotcfcrii H*/mama *r l*ctufe>? Adttrees b?i I] foil effite,
ORK HERALD. M ON DAT,
BITFATION8 WANTED? PBA1AL.BN.
(UmUuctaii
A YOUNG AMERICAN PERSON TO GO TO THE
country for the lutnmar > companion or to wait on a
lad/; bo objection to laud growing children; understand!
dremraaklng and operating In all tuelr branch**. Addiei*
MATILDA, Herald Branch oBlc*. Brooklyn.
WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE HDY. A SITCAtlon
aa companion or nur*e to an Invalid lady; aba
would make herie.f otherwise uielul if ne;eaaary ; gooi reference
given and required. Addreaa A. B., box 111 Herald
odloc.
WANTED -BY A YOU NO LADV, A SITUATION AH
ale*lady In a confectionery; or wouldAUe a portion
** nnraei.v goveroeia or to travel wltUaUOva* companion.
Can be leen at preient employer'* until lulled. Addret* L.
A. B., box 101 Herald olllce.
HELP WANTBP?FKHAUB8.
AG1KL WANTED-FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
Apply oorner Broadway and 82d at., over lb* drug
tor*.
A YOUNG LADY WITU GOOD REFERENCE, OK
good perional appearance and arcuit'imej to fancy
tore apply at itore S'iS)i urand it., corner ot Moti.
A LAUNDRESS AND WAITRESS WANTED-KOR A
boardlny home at Saratoga tipilng*. Apply at 64 W?it
141b it., corner of 6lh ar.
AT 61 LEXINGTON AV.--WANTED-TWO HEALTHY,
Uri'e. etrontf, Intelllseut American or Kngllih glill for
ladlci' hatha; wage* $13 to $20; referent** required.
A WILLING, RESPECTABLE GIRL WANTED- IN A
private tnmilv; mail b* a brat class wniher unJ Iron-r
and gnoil plain cook. Apply, with but city reference, at 411
Eaitfilit it., below lit av,
A YOUNG LADY WANTED TO TARE CHARGE OK A
hoarding home; one who can k*ep accrmiiU and |la
competent to lupcrlntend everything; reference* required.
Apply at 176 Hleecker it.
A ?LA DIIr8.?llKHIEriT l'RICES PAID FOR WORK.
.\ lo p..j fur flrtt claii icwlng machine* by Instalment).
ir>9 Eighth ilrcet, bctwe?n Broadway and Fourth utviius.
Instruction tret.
flTANTED?A COMPETENT OIRL AS COOK, WAHHER
YY and Ir.innr In a imell Umily. Call at 32* Weil Kith it.
WANTED-A YOUNO WOMAN TO 1)0 GENERAL
homework Id a good home 100 rnilci from the city. Apply
at 81 Irrlug place.
WANTED A C.IKL IN A PRIVATE FAMILY TO DO
cooking, waahlog and ironing. Apply at 243 Weal
4Stb it.
WANTED A HKtL WHO IS A GOOD WAHllER AND
Ironor; muit be well ra-vinmr <ded. Apply at SSI
Loxlngton if., between ls8th and S'Uh it<.
\VTANTED-nY A FAMILY OF TUREE, A GIRL TO
fV do general homework. Apply at 70 Pineapple at.,
Brooklyn, near Fulton ferry.
WASTED-IN A BMALL FAMILY, > CHAMBERMAID
and to l-elp with washing and ironing. 8*3 Weat Suth
it., between 8th and 9th Ml.
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWOKK;
mint understand her buMneSi. Appy at 11S W eat
12itb it., near 6tb uv.
WANTED-A CHAMBERMAID FOR A VERY SMALL
family; beat city reference from laat place reaulied.
None othera need apply at No. 0 Weat afctli it. Call on
Mondiy.
WANTED-A NEAT. TIDY GIRL TO TAKE CARE
of eM.drcn an1 oo upitalri work; mnat thoroughly
understand her builneu; coud reference required. Apply at
1M East371 bit.
WJA NTED-A WOMAN OF MIDDLE AGE TO GO
YY Into the country to do the general homework on a
farm. Apply at the Drug itorn of G. N. ANDRUS, corner of
84th at. and Kb arM on Monday, June 87, between 10 and 2;
bcit reference required.
WANTED?IN A SMALL FAMILY. FOUR HOURS
from New Vitrk, two women for general homework;
one as good plain cook and b&ker and to waih and Iron ; the
other aa chambermaid and wall rem and to aiiilt In washing
and ironing; Protaslsnts preferred. Apply at Gramercy Pari
House, it*a it, cant of 4th a*., room IM.
T1 fcci MII Dl,, r.iin IJ11 HI,?a mnu IV#
?)t) hi on diesics. Mint CARROGAN.
SITUATIONS WAS7EU- .tfALEsi
1 J r win MO M\, THIRD FLOOR, ROOM NO.
It'' A young man as waiter in a private family.
1 Zl(\ WKST 41BT ST.?A FIRST CLASS HEAD COOK
1?JU for city or country; beat reference.
AYOUNi- MAN WISHES A MTUATIOX TO ATTEND
t ar; 18 year* of age, anil lias U.c beat of city references.
Address J. N., No. S Ann St., for two diiys.
AN EXPERIENCED PHILADELPHIA BROKER
wishes to obtain a situation with some stock or sold
broker In New York. Address UENRY, 60 South 8<l St., Pbldelphia.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG HAN, AS WAITer
In a private family ;.tii-at class reference lroin last employer.
Ad.'rens P. T., Astor House restaurant.
WANTED-BY AN ENGLISHMAN, A SITUATION A8
waiter; fully competent: no objection to the country:
good city inference. Address JOHN, Herald olf.ee.
WANTED A SITUATION. by A YOUNG MAN. AS
porter; Is not afraid to work ; writes a toon hand and
l? quick at figures; ttrst class reference. Address M., Ilerald
oQlee.
WANTED- BY A YOUNO MAN, BPEAKING ENG.
llsb and French, a situation as waiter In a first class
private family; town or countrr: best city reference*. Address
O. B., 406 6th av., second floor.
CMvRKW AND 8ALE8MIW>
A N ENTRY CLERIC WANTKD IN A fLOPH JOHBING
A home. He mult be well recommended an t uniiersunl
Ills Imclnoss thoroughly. Address with name and references
box ,r)915 Post Offi'ie.
Druo clerk wanted.-inquirb at 101 av. c,
corner of 10th St.
Drug clerk wanted-a competent one ; must
have ?ood reference; salary gnoj; sltua'ton permanent.
Address, stating reforeucos, DKt'GS, boi 134 llera'd ofllce.
Drug clerk wantkd-one who is capable of
taking charge of a lire! class store; alto an aitlel&nt.
Address APOTHECARY, boi K0 Hcrali olDce.
To publishers, MANAGERS OF comedies, spec,
tacular plec'S, historic scenes, Ac.?'The author of maDy
original pieces and stories, and translator from Krencb,
Italian, German, Ac., has now time (three in .utlia' vacation)
10 prepare ror prats. ?c. i*roie>so! u., i uivrrsuy, w annington'siuare.
New York city.
WANTED-A CLERK FOR A DRCO STORE.?GOOD
ri-fercnce*. Apply at 101 Harrison St., Brooklyn, from
7 lo 9 f.
11/ANTED TWO MEN OK GOOD ADDRESS TO SELL
TT first r:ua Chromos; men who are willing to work can
make good wage*.
WILLIAM REKYB, 666 Myrtle ?f? Brooklyn.
WANTKD?AN ACTIVE. INDUSTRIOUS MAN, NOT
over 22 year* old, slus'e, who lias knndled ready mail#
clothing ku?I understands it. good address, quick and obliging,
to act ** rets.il smlcsm*n. Address KEj'ALL, station A.
WANTED -A VOUMO MAN, CONVERSANT WITH
I.cured and business reI?ti?K to rnal|ciUU; hour*
10 to ft. Address, with references, slutiug terms, 4c., E. B.,
herald oBiee.
\VrANrj;;D-A SITUATION IN A WHOLESALE OR RETT
tall dric store, by a young Scotchman, n.*wly arrived,
aged ?5. First duns references rroni lornicr employers. Addrcas
W. 0., No. 10 East 16tli sr., N. Y.
COACHMBN ANl? taRBBNBRS.
American, single, wishes a situation as
onachman; U a first slass man, sod willing auil obliging
csn show best city inference. AddrxssW. W., box 1"I
Herald office.
An experienced man, fully competent to
take ch.irfo of a gentleman's place, * ants a sluiatioo aa
roach man and gHidccrr; can give good city reference. Address
J. S? box 200 Herald oillce.
A COACHMAN'S SITUATION WANTED -BY A bINJ\_
m*n : perfectly understHnds the esre of horse*, Ac.,
good drirer, trilling end obliging. Call ou or addiess COACHA1AH,
46 West !!Uik St.
A SITUATION WANTED-,AS FIRST CLASS COACHman,
bv a singlo (Jermot), who thoroughly uuderrflauds
bta bunnies*; best city reference. Address 0. O., box 2l9
Heraid ofllce.
ARE8PECTABLE PROTESTANT MAN WISHES
ceachman's situation lo prfvute family; is a sood
groom; carst'ul drirer; reference* from best families in the
city. Call on or address W. K., No. 6 West Uoth st.
A PROTESTANT l.'INOLE MAN WISHES A SITUAtion
as cotichmao; oountry preferred; willing to assist
If retuirtd; reference from last place. Address J. A., Bowery
Hotel, 3W5 Bowery.
AFIR8T CLASS ENGLISH COACHMAN WANTS A
situation; can drive six in hand; refers to some of the
best families In the city. Address COACHMAN, ISO West
2Mb street, first floor.
Ayo^no colored man and his wife want a
place to go la the country, hi as coaohoian and wi:c as
chambermaid or waitress; bare good reference, Apply at 41
Watts St., to renr. BENKR.
S- ITDATION WA.NTKD-BV r~8?NflLE MA N.OAS
coachman and gardener; acltj driver; lire Years' best
reference; employer can be seen. Address E. IV., box 127
Herald office.
SITUATIONWANTKD A3 COACHMAN, GABDRNER
or farmer; one that understands the eare of horses and
cows; the best city reference. Address J. D., bos 115 Herald
office.
A NTRD-BY A PROTESTANT YOUNG MAN OP
temperate babits.a situation as coachman; country
preferred. Address W. N., box 150 Herald office.
WANTEP-A SITUATION, BY A FIRST CLASS
coachman or groom ^colored*; best oitj reference. Address
DAVIS, 134 Chgrstle st., rear.
WANTKD-A SITUATION AS COACHMAN, BY A SINgle
innn; one nrlio understands his business thoroughly;
is a careful driver; la willing and obliging; city or country;
best city reformc*. Address L, A., bot 1'jJ Herald office.
W" ANTED -A SITUATION AS COACHMAN BY A
nlgioman who ucderatan Is hlo business thoroughly;
undoubted rdrertnra as to ability and character. Address
It. M., box ISO Hernld office.
WANTi!D?BY A MOST BESPECTAIJLR PROTESTANT
single young man, a situation as coachman in a priTate
tumtly; nono but a Protestant family need apply. 11a*
the very best oily reference. Can ha seen with Lis present
employer. Address or call at No. 8 East 3ist St.
WANTED?A MAN TO TAKE CARE OF A PAIR OF
tt borers and drive occasionally, and to wake hloiself
generally useful around a garden; one who thoroughly untkrstau
Js bis I;i:sIiicfj and can e >m* well recoirmen.lcd can
apply to P. CASSIDY, No?. 4 tola HiUge itreet, Brooklyn.
nEAST 37 TH BT. SITUATION AS FIRST CLAH8
coaeSn ni), by a young man who thoroughly under
stands hie business; two years with last employers; best city
reference.
HELP WANTKD?MAI.KM.
A OT1YE AOENT8, TO BELL A NEW MAPLE ART!A
cle, used at every public bar: start on fl M. Apply te XL
BUWNKLL, Wi Fulton tk, tklrtf flow.
JUNE 27, 1870.?TRIPLE
HELP WANTBO?JUALEfl.
AttEMTB WANTED?110 PKR DAY?(T THE AMERICAN
KMTrihU MACHINB CO., BOSTON, MAS*.,
ur 8T. LOCIH, MO.
AN OYiTEBMAN WANTED?OHK WHO UNDEBstand*
opening oyateia an I walling on tables. Apply at
EARL'S m 8ib av.7 near BHh St. _
Boy wamki'-in tub apprentices' libbabY,
47i Proad\v*y?About 15 years of age, who wrl'ra a very
good baud aud Is acquainted with book*. Apply between 10
A. M. aud 13 M.
t;ok the dbi;o store, corner ?jd bt. and
J? Broadway, a jnulor clerk and a stron;; boy lor aoda.
WANTEP-AGKNTS TO SI-LI, THK OCTAGON PEW1NG
MACHINE. It la licensed, make* the "Klaatlo
Look Stitch" and In warranted for live yew. Price $1). All
other machines with an under-feed *old for #15 or leas are
Infringement*. Aodreel OCTAGON HEWING MACHINE
CO., St. Louli, Mo.; Chicago, III.; lMUsburg, Pa., or Boston,
Mat*.
TVTANTED?AGENTS TO SELL A PATENT WATER
TT Filter; can make from l!<3 to ti~& per day; also agent
wanted for different oltle*. Apply after U A. M. to GEORGE
BARNES, 808 Bowery, basement.
WANTED?AN ASSISTANT BARTE.VDbH. APPLY
at 140 Leonard at.
W'ANTIJD-A BOY. IN A RE8TAUBAXT, TO WAIT
on taMes. Inquire at 547 0th av.
WAITERS WANTED.?APl'LT THIS PAY, BEFORE 10
v? o'clock, at 49 Whit* it.
WASTED-A YOI'NG MAN OP RECENT 1MPORTAlion
(Iriab proferied) a* assistant bartenacr. Call at
843 8th ar.
rjTANTED-a genteel boy. 17 or 18 years old,
TT to attend bar: one acquainted with the bualne** preferred.
Address A. K., Herald olllre.
vbt Avvn>vt n??<rr nunu n? unnn innotrou u'lin
YV" wish to m:ike from toiftlj per day; business plea I
aant and success atire. 615 Broud way, up stairs, room No. 1'
WAKtllM YOUNG MAN TO DRIVE A WAGON
TT ntut assist in saloon. Apply at DIXON'S, 275 Uleccker
St., after 1U o'clock.
WANTED -THIS DAY, FOR WHALING VOTAGEB, 4
TT coojur'n-mt teg, :) carpen'ers, and ID creen bands and
bulcheri. Apply to J. MORRISON, 109 lODW St., up stair*.
WANTED-A MAN WHO THOROUGHLY UNDERstands
the Handle business to go South and tako
charge of the finishing department. To one wbo can rouiu
well recommended liberal waxes will be paid. Call oU undersigned
nnlll Monday ere, at Li Chainbem street.
t. momahon.
TXT ANTED-AGENTS TO BELL THE HOME SHUTTLE
T T SEWING MACHINE. I'rke ft'i.'i. It makea the "Lock
Stitch" (alike on both tides) and is the only licensed underfeed
Plintllt) Machine ?'ld for leu than 460. Licensed by
Wheeler <k Wlison, Grovnr Jt Hater and Singer A Co. All
other under-feed Shuttle Machines sold for le*s than $(!>i are
Infrlngemsnts, snd the seller and user llabie to proseeutlon.
Address JOHNSON, CLARK A CO., Boston, Mass.; Pittsburg,
l'a.; Chicago, III., or St. Louis, Mo.
OMEN WANTED AT *4 WTO 57 PER DAY, FOR THE
season. Great Inducements offered. Apply at tbo General
Bureau Agency Office, 119 Nassau St., room 117.
TO l.ET FOR BI NIMCMS WEW?8i
A CIGAR STAND TO LET-IN A Rttf CLASS WINE
and Billiard Rooms, on Union square. AddreM r. 0,,
box 4,615 Foe', office.
A (SPLENDID OPENING.-TO LET, THE HANDSOME
Store f-<6 Third avenue, corner Thirty-eighth street; line
plate (lass wlcdows; bast stand on the avenue for dry goods;
rent can be made In shawls and eloaks; owner giving up on
account of health. Apply in the store.
Butter btand to let -none rut an experienced
man need apply. Inquire In the market, cornsr
of Atlantic an<t Smith streets, Brooklyn.
CJTEAM POWER TO LET.?WELL LI'IHTED ROOMS,
?7 with Steam Power to let. 418 and 420 West Twentys<ven
tli street.
TO LET A LARGE, WELL LIGHTED, STRONO AND
substantial Building, adapted for any business. No. 40
Mai Ion street, two blocks from Rrondwuy, between Spring
and Prince, four floors, 2Hi94 feet each; will be lot with or
without stesm power. Apply to WEATI1EREO A OIIEREVOY,
117 Prince street. _
TO LET A M MHKR ur VACAdi liUm ruitMuit
age or ixifinees purposes, toot of Third street, Fast river;
rent low ; dock front. Address as r.fcove. 1). A. VOUNGS.
TO Llf-PAtT OF FIRST riiOOK AND BASEm?nt
nt' store So. 68 l.ispenard street, Dear Broaiivay;
ull improvements.
TO LET-240 EAST TWELFTH STREET, A BACK PARior,
suitable for a dentist. Also an I'pper Floor, near
becond avenue.
TO LET?AN OLD ESTABLISHED DENTIST STAND;
(oration Bond street, nesr liroai.vav; a gool ehancc for
doctor or dentist. For particular* in ;ulre at .WALDRON
BftO.'S, 48 Beakrnan street.
TO LET-THE STORE AND DWELLING NO, 131 NINTH
avetiue, corner of Eighteenth itreet; alto the Third Floor
of said house. Inquire In tho hoiun next door, or of J.
Rl'SSKLL., No. blS West Thirty-third street.
inVKI,LIN(J IlOllgM TO LW,
Furniibi'tL
A -BROWN STONE HOUSE, COMPLETELY FUR.
nishe.1, fine order, to let, in \Ve?l Seventeenth street,
between Fliib and Sixth avon i?^. WaRI) * OGDEN,
Broad nay, corner Seventeenth street.
FCRNISHKD HOUSES TO I.ET -IN ELIGIBLE
neighborhoods, suitable for residence or busluess purnoses;
also unfurnished.
GEO. F. THAYER, 81 Cedar street, room No. 6.
TO LET, FURNISHED, OR FOR SALE THE SMALL
thru story huh stuop House lax I'lisiJeut street. opposite
Carroll t'ark, Brooklyn ; a beautiful location, desirable
In a I respects; re.it moderate. Apply to E. R. KKLLOiG,
18 Second place, Brooklyn, or No. 6 Broadway, New Vork.
lu'timiMiei!.
TO LET-ON 105TH STREET, A LARGE COTTAGE,
facin; Boulevard with access to North river: grounds,
fruit trees and gas ana all conveniences; iu complete order.
Apply at Woodfawn, 106'.h street, Nor:h river.
TO LET?DESIRABLY LOCATED, A SMALL HOUSB,
Just put in perfect order; three coats paint all Inside;
outali.e mnr being painted; cleaned ready to move into. 60
Lafayette place.
PER TEAR "WILL HIRE TIIK THREE STORY
jpO'HJ and basoruent lulck Horn*, with all the modern
improvements, and two lots of Oround, situate on Penn
street. Nineteenth ward, city of Brooklyn, E. D. Apply to
KKL8EY 4 CONNELL, M Broadwuy, Brooklyn, e. L?., L. I.
KOOMS AM) AFA8TMBMTO TO L.ET.
\srir, OR FLAT, OF FIVE ROOMS TO LET-TO A
small fttuiliy of ranpertabiilty, In UlC ttT "European
Mouse," 7S West Forij-eijhtb street, betwesn I'lrth tni, Sixth
avenues; has Mcry nccsssaj? convenience f <r gcnteol buusekoepiug;
a Bce'je rnngs, hot and cold water, bathroom, fireplace
bcator; cas Iiuiros. wl'.h separate meter; laundry
room, elevttor; halls an.I stain furnished, lighted, and kept
Id order; a port'-ri'j attendance, .to., Jtc. Apply as above.
* -LOWER PART OF DWELLING 440 WEST THIRTYjf\
. fourth street. 10 let. with owner, or Btoond Floor, furnished,
if preferred; house mouern; mlalihoohood first Class.
Kent very low. Apply on the pri-mlnes.
I^UKNIBHKD FLOOR-FIVE ROOMS, WATER ON
F Boor an-1 evervthinK comfortable; coid location; near
cart: Brooklyn ; vrericly; Sitting and Del Room 43 oil.
194 Broadway, Room No. H.
t?URMSHED, FOR GENTLEMEN OR HOUSEREEPP
Ing, in private house, front Sitting Room, Bedroom and
bathroom; water, gas, cioscts, Ac. Root $7 per neck. References
. iD'jiilie at <35 Canal street, near Varlck.
T^ROM 65 WEEKLY.?HANDBOM ELY FURNISHED
J front Rooms, suitable for houackceimig or gentlemen;
fcntb. hot a-.d rold water; kitchen fire and gas Included. 414
West Thirty-third street.
I70R RENT- SECOND OR THIRD FLOOR IN A HIGH
r stoop brown slona private house, cheap. 316 East
Thirty-fourth street.
OITTI.N'O AND BEDROOM, CONNECTING, FULLY FURO
lushed for housekeeping; abundance of pantries; closets
on floor, and washtubs. 132 Korty-Cnt street, near Lexington
avenue.
Si.it of furnished rooms to let-second*
floor,private house; ad modem improvements; suHanla
for housekeeping; rent 910 per week. Apply at 337 West
Twelfth street.
QECOND FLOOR, FOUR FINE ROOMS; GAS, BATH
Maml tubs; In prime order; to man and wile only. Rent fits.
House and location unexceptionable. Z)1 East forty-first st,
TO LET-SECOND FLOOR, FIVE NICE ROOMS IN
house 210 lVont Thirty-sixth street; $40 per mouth ; see
premises. PAtlTRTDOK. 26 West Fifteenth street, morning
and eveuing; or 1.9 Bond stree'.
TO LET-TO AN AMERICAN FAMILY, NICE THIRD
Floor, five rooms, in good order. In first class house; alt
moderu Improvements. 123 East Fifty-third street.
TO LET-FIRST, SECOND AND BASEMENT FLOORS,
together or divldoJ, >10 West 1 wcr.tleth street. Rent
low.
TO LET-A SECOND FLOOR, WITH ALL IMPROVEmcnts;
also one or two furnished Rooms; rent low; in
aC?odlocation; 140 West Thirty-seventh street, near BroaJVL
.
TO LET - SECOND FLOOR, FOUR LARGE, LIGHT
rooms, fine pantries, gas and water; in good order, in
K'vate bouse 20? East Forty-eighth street. Oood location,
nt $33.
TO LET-AT LOW RENT, THE LOWER PART OF
handsome brown slona bouse 4l(t West KKty-tirst street;
also the Top Floor, six fins rooms; Improvements and gas
fixtures.
rpilE UPPER PART OF A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED
X House; gal, bath Ac.; bandy to all west d ie cars; rent
Moderate to a email family. 202 West Fortj-nmtli ttr?el.
1?JC EAST FIFTEENTH STREET.-A PRIVATE FAMJLOtJ
lly, ocuupylug a first claaa L-jiho, in llie neighborhood
of 1 uion square, will rent Rooms to feut'.einsn. without
board, at trom l?& to $10 per rrtok. Partial Board U required.
OOC EAST FORTY-EIUHTH STREET.?TO LET, A
~i ? 'J few nice, newly furnltked Rooms, In a private
bo.ne, for gentlemen ouly.
jwOTHUCTlOW. I
AT THOMPSON'S BUS1NKK8 COLLEGE, SO FOCRTU
a?L-Due, opposite Cooper Institute?Te'.egrapliy, Bookkeeping,
Writing, Arlthmxllo, Grammar, Spelling; day and
?T'uiii?; private lnstruelion; ladles' department; terms low;
open all sniumer.
BUSINKHH WBITINO, DOOKEEEPIVO, ARITHMETIC,
Ac -DOLBKAK'H Commercial College, 875 Broadway,
corner Eighteenth street, will remain open day snd evening
all miicraer. Special attention Is paid to ladles. Tbey learn
a stylish, fashionable "English band" In a lew prlTata Itssons.
Boys prepared practically for business. Terms reasonable.
nc% BOWERY.?PAIN E'8 BUSINESS COLLEGE, E8D&
tablisbed IMP. Pnralt instruction. Algebra, bookkeeping,
arithmetic, grammer, spoiling, French and Latin.
M writing lessons, ?1 M). Daj and ndi|, All stunner, V
TMMiont Latiier
SHEET.
AMcsBirem ,l^^_
WOOD'S MUSEUM AND MKNAOBiCIB?~
Broadway. corner of Tblrtli-th street. *
Open from 9 A. M. to 10 P. M.
Performance* duly at S and 8 P. M.
LITTLB LULU. FOURTH VTEXK
the smallest woman allre. V ef the famous
loobm high and weigh* 19 I be. MaRTINKTTI TBOrPB.
MISS HANNAH DUKK. GREAT SUCCESS
tbe larceet woman allre; of the beautiful (srlo-comle
weUh* (uO lbs. pantomime of
THE INFERNAL RKCIOKS. JOCKO.
THK LAST KUPPKR. SECOND WEE*
Tbe Bohemian Gla** Blowers, of tbe pr>itean actress
TUB DVINO ZOU A VI!, LITTLE NELL,
SLEEPING BEAUTY, In ill characUrs, with
ZOUAVE TKl'MPKTER, Dances. Sons* and Haalo and
ACROBATIC LEOTARD. Drum Solo*, Jnjths laughable
Orer 1.000,COO etrange aod farce of
Striking object*- POPSEY WOP8EY.
In preparation the grand Trick Pantomime THE GREEN
MONSTER, a* originally performed by the Rarel*.
C^RAND OPERA HOUSE,
T Corner Twenty-third (treat and Eighth avenue.
JAMES riSK, Jr. Proprietor
JOHN P. COLE Manager
LAST NK1HTS
LAST NIOIITS
LAST Nl(itir<
LAST NIGHM
LAST NIGUI'S
LAST NIGHTS
of the finest Sueciaele of IMu?. the _ ,
TW KLYE TEMPTATIONS,
TWELVE TEMPTATIONS,
TWKLVB TEMPTATIONS,
TWELVE TEMPTATIONS,
TWELVE TEMPTATIONS,
TWELIVK TEMPTATIONB,
In *AM**A>i*nrt* lk# AVtssssmaat /tf tka ?alAkl>afari
MADAME KATE LANNERM
VIKNN018E BALLET TROUFB,
nainb?r!Dj U8 beautiful and accomplished artl?t?, who, h*TIngjcreated
tlio nil lost ?n!lii*ia*m In every principal capital
In Europe, will arrive In the United State* In a few day*, and
make thetr first appearance In tbl* theatre.
FAMILY MATINKK KVFRf SATURDAY, AT 1.
FOURTH OF JULY?EXTRA GALA MATINKK.
Seat* secured In adranee at the Bat Oflloe; aUo at
Bcbirmer'a, 701 Broalwar, and Kris Railway Ticket Oilloe,
corner Twenty third atrnet anil Broadway.
gOOTU'B THEATRE.
LAST WEEK OF THE SEASON.
THE HL'OUENOT,
EVERY EVEN1NU DURING THB WBBK,
wltb It* flee cakt and beautiful aeancry.
MATINEE AT IX o'clock
ON THE FOURTH OF JULY.
MONDAY EYKNISO, July 4, '
LAST PEBFORMANCB OF
THE HUGUENOT,
AND LAST NIGHT OF THE SEASON.
fJTH AVENUE THEATRE.
JpOURTH WEEK OF
"jpERNANDE l'?
rpHE GREAT PARISIAN SENSATION.
CTH AVENUE THEATRE.
l) Sale Leuoe and Manager Mr. ACGUSTIN DALY
Twenlj-fourtfc *treet, near Broadway Betfn* at 8.
EVERY NIUHT until further notice the
, BRILLIANT PARISIAN COMEDY, In
four acta and four tableaux, entitled
FERNANDE.
Character* by M l<* Acne* Ethel, Fanny
Morant, Mr* Gilbert, Fanny Davenport,
FERNANDE. Amy Amea, Email* ktehl, Roberta Norwood,
Mr. Georze Clarke, D. H. Harkln*,
Jume* Lewi*. George Parke*, O. F. D*
Vere, Ac, The Herald lay*:?1"Judged by
every blitrlonlo itandard FERNANDE
mu?t be called the nioit brilliant and thrilling
nlar now on th* American ntage."
FOURTH "FERNANDE" MATINKK, Saturday ne*t at one.
Thursday, June SO, BENEFIT OF Mr*. GILBbRT.
"j^ERNANDEI"
rjpHE COMING SENSATION OF 1870,
J?VERY NIGHT AND
^ATURDAY MATINKK.
niERRACE (1ARDKN, FIFTY-EIGHTH STREET AND
A Third avenue.?Rummer Theatre. ?H. Colell, Proprietor.
Ti'E?DAY, June 38, 1B70.
^ITenbach'* muilnal parody,
w BAKBKR BLEW, wltb Ballet.
Second appearance of Mile. Canlasa a* Bonletana; Mr.
l!fch<?!m.inn ua lim-hnr K*fond of Mil#.
Westmaie with Big. Tito Cellini. Knit Churn* and Orchestra.
H. Molienhaner, conductor. A Imimloo to Q*rd*n, including
theati c, 60c.; Rciorvc<rSe?t?, 60c. eitra: Garden alone, 2">c.
1J. GRACE, Manager for Opera and Concert*^
Mrs. f. b. cox way's park theatre, Brooklyn, j
MONDAY AND TUESDAY,
ROKK and HARRY MATH1U8
In the Romantic Irish Drama,
TRODDEN DOWN.
Kelly a leo.vs minstrels,
720 Broadway. Monday, June 37,
RETURN OF ti1b ONLY LEON.
EDWIN KELLY AND THE MAMMOTH COMPANT.
FOR SIX NIGHTS ONLY.
LEON IN EI.JUT CHARACTERS -The Girl Par Excellence,
Collaeu-u Parepa, Klttmi Relatione in Arcnue B, Swill
Hornpipe, aa the German Girl la Lleolien ana FriUchen, Gilberte
la Krow-Frow, and
HOUSE FLY DON'T TICKLE MB.
PNEl'MATIO TUNNEL?UNDER BROADWAY. 230
BrottJnruT, corner Warren. Open lOtot.
/1ROSBY OPERA UOCSE,"
\J Chicago, III,
To rent for all firet class entertainment*. For term*
ddreM
TREASURER, Croiby Opera Ho;iee.
I EMPIRE SR ATI XQ RIN K.'si XTY-THl RD STREET AND
'j Third aTenue.
GREAT ATHLETIC FESTIVAL,
Saturday next, July 1, at S and S.
THE MACE AND COrtl RN CONTEST,
Sparring, W rootling and other Spurt*.
S?fO bill*. Admiulon v!5c., bOc. and $1.
THE EVENING TELEGRAM,
THE LEADING PAPER OF NEW YORK.
THE FIRST WITH ALL THE NEWS.
THE BFFT REPORTS OK EVERYTHING.
THE NEWSPAPER THAT CONTAINS ALL
THE FASHIONABLE GOSSIP,
THE MILITARY NEWS,
THE club MATTERS,
THE 81 M?iER REfeORTS,
THE SPORTING NEWS,
THE POLICE COI'RTS,
THE DUINUS OK THE CITY,
THE LATEST BV TELEGRAPH,
THE LATEST BV MAIL,
THE WALL STREET MARKETS.
THE REAL ESTATE SALES.
THE GREAT ADVERTISING MEDIUM.
THE EVENING TELEGRAM,
THE GREAT CARTOON PAPER.
"ALL OVER THE CITtf,"
TWO CENTS A COPY.
rarues wianiue ? nr? 1 nuciwi\a.n ?rrvou ? tuvu scatdeni.es
rboud l<*are their orders at the Daunt news stand or
at tlio publication ofBce, 97 Nassau (treat. Subscription, $6
a year; 60 c?utn a rooms.
VUtMICAL.
A FIVE OCTAVE TWO STOP REED ORGAN FOR
(ale?Price <100; contain* swell, *c.; In complete
order; nearly new. Apply at 100 Eighth %renue, between
Tweuty ulntu and Thirtieth streets.
AN ITALIAN TENOR SINGER TEAOIIE8 PIANO AND
Sinking during summer months at #6 por month. 117
West Twenty-eevwuh street. Hours from 10 to 6.
TflK TRADES.
A THOROUGHLY EXPERIENCED PHOTOGRAPHER
who also uuJeisUnds retouching negatives, desires a
situation: bust reference; no objection to the country. Addieje
ROBERT WELCKE, 4M East fith it.
PHOTOGRAPHIC PRINTERS WANTED-BY BOCKWOOD
A CO., 846 Broadway.
Engineer wanied immsdiately-to run a
mall stationary engine; inaoalnlst preferred.
hPOONER BBOS A CO., 206 Cacti U.
TO J EWELI.ER9,?WANTED, TWO OS THREE GOOD
men used to iinishing colored work.
CHATELLIEU 4 8PEWCB, CM Broadway.
TITANTED-A SODA WATER BOTTLER; ALSO TWO
ft atout boys. Apply at 4&S Hudeun st.
TIT ANTED?A PR\CTICAL ICE CREAM MAN; ONE
TV who understands the business thoroughly; none
other BMd apply at ZC6 4th ar.
TITANTED?A FIRST RATE TIP PRINTER, AT 76
T T Greeae at., first fioer. Apply between 11 A. M. and 3
P. M. each day.
-\X/ ANTED--A~OHASER AND A FLATBWORKER, FOR
VY Baltimore, by F. A. QRE8SHOF. Inquire at 120 Canal
at, New York.
W ANTKD?A mi BINICER, FULLY COMPETENT
TT for fork and spoon dies. The Newark workman, who
answered a previous advertisement, is requested to call at 80
Park row.
TT' ANTED?TWO BI.ACKSMTrBt; ONB GOOD GENTI
cral workman and one go-jd Doorman. Apply immediately
to TUOMA8 RILEY, Jersey at., New Brighton,
Etaten Inland.
FRINCII ADVERTISE JIltNTfl.
TTNE JEUNE FILLE DESIRE HE PLACER COMMB
U feiTime de cLambre ou i-our v jya^er. 6'adresssr au 141
Washington street.
UNE DEMOI9ELLE PARLANT |FRANCAIS ALLEuaod
et Anglais, desire se placer comroe gottvernante
on demoiselle da eompagnle. 8'adresser par lettre, MADEMOISELLE
DUBOIS, btapelton, Ktaten Island.
IttACIIIMBttY.
A -LOT SECOND HAND WROUGHT IRON PIPE,
. one to two inches diameter. Also Iron Orating, Iron
Shutters. Blacksmiths' Bellows, Grindstones, Ac., cheap, at
62 Cannon street.
t>OR~SALE^-~CHBAP, A PORTY-FIVE HORSEPOWER
Engine; can now be seen running at 49 Chrysllestreet.
Inquire as abore of 1NUERSOLL, WATSON it CO.
WANTED?A MACHINE FOR SPLITTING KINDLING
wood; also three Bundling Machines. Address C. H.
UVJUUUIXtcari ui u> uuiuvu a \^v.| miru ivvuus, vwuv
of 136th etrert.
XV ANTED-A FIRST CLASS TRACK BOLT MACHINE:
11 Hud*way's Urge site preferred. Add/cea reom 17
CdIob Building, Chicago, 111.
IIl?i;8KH, ItOO.il H, OaC.j WANTED.
WANTKD-HUUSE AND GARDEN, IS HEALTHY
locality, near city; on Hudson preferred Fart or full
payment In new Uret class furniture. Or amall House la city
on *ame term*. Address A., box HI Herald oiilce.
BILUARUg.
VJL7ANTED-80 NEW BILLIARD TABLES. AND A
II party capable of fitting op iplendld floor, 9M feel
deep, with bar, Ae. AUieM JROSWBLL (W. HOLMES,
Newark, N.J,
. >;
" AMPgEHB-NTH. ^
Wi r.T.tnrt
Proprietor and Nuii?i...Mr. LESTER WALLACE.
Doora opea at 7o'clock.^ To rommnoa at I o'clock.
F.ngag??eat for a Malted period of lb* popular author and
ftetor,
Mr. JOHN BROl'GHAM,
Who will appaar In oonlnnctlon frith
Mil* LBONA CAVKSDKJI
FOR THK FIRST TIME M NEW fORK,
In Brougham'* owu new and original local drama of ?*.
traordlnary domeatlc lutareat, written expre?*ly for MIm
t arender, and entitled
MINNIE'S LUCK, I 9
OK
CPS AND POWNS OP PITT LIFE.
Produced with appropriate Scenery, Coatmnea rand Ap
polmmenta and th'. fo.lowing excellent distribution :?
CLAKA WILLOUUHBV, known aa MINNIE .
ROOK MU*LF.ONA CAVENDBR
HORATIO PltYEK, asenaatlon reporter aud jens
ral "Interrlewlat'' Mr. JOHN BROCQHAM
Lawyer (ioodwin Mr. C. Flaher
Mvleheiedeck Mo;;?, a philanthropic trainer of
young Men Mr. J. II. Stoddart
Philip Wrexford, aaauminj the name of "Rook/'
Mr. 0. W. Barry
Barney O'Flynn, publican and politician _
Mr. Joaaph Seftnn ^
Inkey Dick, only a printer'* devil Mlat LlMte Prio?
Corner Ryan 1 f Mr. J. W. Laouurd
Mike Mulligan 1 reliable I Mr. (Jutgley J
Dlnnl* Doolin ( voter*, / ....Mr. BlandmaB
Bart. Uolllgan.. J l Mr. Joaand
Mat MaiuSln, Aldermanlo candidate rlrlaiw..Mr. Williams Hani
Wlegleman, AMcrmaulo candidate (liutuii) ?
Mr. Oambrtna
Matthew Mr. Peel
Patrick, a bartender ....Mr. J. Curran
Mr*. Horatio Pryer Ml** Annla Uoland
Mr?. Wlllougfabv Ml?* Emily Mratayel
Cleopatra, au Ethiopian fraul Ml** Mai Una Mordaunf
The Kitten Mlaa Fowled
Jane Mlu Hardaq
Bridget Mlaa Ko\r?
Voter*, Barroom Lounger*, Ac., Ac., Ac.
ACT 1.?THE HTREF.T SINiTFR.
ACT t?THE SPIDER'S WEB.
ACT 8.?THE SCHOOL FOR THIEVES.
ACT i.-A SURPRISE PARTV.
I ACT S.?MINNIE'S BALL
WALLACE'9.
WEDNESDAY
matinee,
IX P. M.
MR. JOHN BROUGHAM.
miss LEOMA CAVF.XOER.
MINNIE'S LOOM;
OLVMPIC THEATRR.
THE CLUdl.NU WEEK OP TF1R SEASON.
THIS (MONDAY) EVEN1NO,
LAST NIGHT
Bl.T
FIVK
OK
MRS. JAMES A. OATHS' ORE AT TROT'FB
THR FIELD OF THE CLOTH OF GOLD.
Earl Darn'e* (her original cburaeter), Mra. J. A. OATEt.
8KB OPINIONS OK THE PRESS.
THE GREAT TOURNAMENT SCENE,
Introducing
AN BKPLRM VARIETY OF GROTESQUES.
HERNANDEZ'S WONDERFUL GUITAR BOLO
AND IMPERIAL JAPS.--LEON BROS
THE THUMBLERONICAN, 11Y PROF. O'REARDON. .
PROCESSIONS, MUSIC AND F0*
the last matinees . -
wednesday and satl kday AT 1
MONDAY, JULY i, 't
TESTIMONIAL BKNI.KIT OF
Metirt. SVMoNS, SUTTON mid KNAPP,
MaTINEK AND EVENING,
WITH IMMENSE ATTRACTIONS.
Bowery theatbb. _ *
Mauacer Mr. WM. B. FRELTG&
ENTIRE CHANGE. NEW NOVELTIES.
Engagement with the cftarmkij Tocalltl and burleaqa*
actrnaa,
MISS MARION TAYLOR.
from the Enullib Opara, London.
Pint nlgbta of William B rough'a burleiqna of
PRINTE AMABEL:
Or, Turko the Terrible ao i the ! atrj Roie*.
NEW SCENERY, ORIGINAL Ml'SIC AND MOUNTINGS
Mn> MARIAN TAYLOR aa PRINCE AMABEL. /
Flrat time of the new London Drama.
WEALTH AND POVERTY,
end the comic olece of the
printer and hatter.
Friday evening-Benefit of Mr. OLIVER DAVID IJYBOM
CI A -THEATRE COMIQUE.
<)1t Broadway, npponlte St. Nlcholaa.
R.W. BUTLER k E. G. GILMORE.Managera and Proprietor!
The cooleit Theatre In the United State*.
oband opening ok the summer season.
A MONOPOLY OF ALL THE STARS. A
Nothing to eitenaire in the line of amuaement haa ever be
fore been vTltnoited la any country.
Fir?t appearance of the treat Negro Comedian
john iakt) john HART, john hart)
('HAS. ABBOTT,
pronounced by th? pre** and public the greatest Paite
mimut that ha* ever appeared In America.
The CANCAN, by the four DANCING BLONDES,
Mluee Roie Lucille, Fanny Lucille, Ida Ureeutleld and Bmll)
Herbort.
TUT? GRAND BALLET TROUPE,
under the direction of Mom. Groml.
Mln Lltzle Kelsey and MIm Hardy,
Hatter Barney, J. C. Stewart, Add Rroian,
Johnny Queen, B. Went. In their ilde-ipllitliitf act*.
All (he Great Company will appear in an excellent bill,
novel production.
Doom open at 7; eurteln rl?e? at ? o'clock.
Admltilon 25c.; Parquet and Dree* Circle, &0o.
Rc*erre>l teali, If 1. Box ollice open dally. Seat* mcutm
la adranue.
Tony pastor's opera housf. soi bowket
THE COOLEST HO' SB IN NEW YORK, .
THE GREAT EMOTIONAL DRAMA, AFTER J
ft long ,
LE TOM'S CABIN. I AND
LH TOM'S CABIN. CAREFUL
LE TOM'S CABIN. Preparation.
M 9, now ready
IN SIX ACTS AND FORTY TAKLEAUX.
IN SIX ACTS AND FORTY TABLEAUX.
NEW SCENERY, NEW EFFECTS, NEW APPOINT
MENDS, ALL THE ORIGINAL BONOS, MUSIC, M.
THE OREAT PLANTATION SCENE.
The beet CAST ever presented In New York,
* OR ELSEWHERK.
first uncle tom matinee on wednesday.
Apollo hall, corner twenty-eighth streei
and Broadway.?For els dny* only, commencing Tue#
day, '.'Oth da/ of June, at 8 P. M., and at / P.M. from Wednes
neaday to Monday, <tb July, R"bb'e groat diorama of
SCOTLAND.
It* ccenery and muilc. The following talented Scotch anleU
will appear:?Ml** Jennie Watson, oueenof Beottlih Soap
Mr. F. Hardy, Mr. Paton, Mr. R. Scott.
Ticket to be had at Wa. A., Pond k Co,*, 127 and SM
Broadway.
First grande duohesse afternoon ami
ErenlOg 1' eetirale at Klin Park, Nlnety-eecond Ml *4
and Eighth avenue, on Tuesday, June 38. Tlckcte 41, admitting
gentleman and ladle*.
King solander lodge, no. 279, f. and a. m.-.
The Feitival or the. above lodge will take place at Tei?
race Garden Thursday, June BO. Initead of the 98th. Exer>
cliee commence pieeincly at 8 P. m.
A. BLUMKKSTEIL, Secretary of Commute#.
To theatrical managers. *
a large and ccni'.anUj
increasing *tock of WQ0D ccfg>
from fresh and original
deifcni, on hand at the
WfcTROPOU TAN JOB PRINTING OFFICE, v
5)7 Naseau *tr?et, \
OA Herald Building. _____
C1ENTRAL PARK GARDEN.
) EVERY NIGHT.
THEODORE THOMAS'
POPULAR CONCERTS.
TO THEATRICAL MANAGERS.
A large ani oonstantij
ieereasina stock of
wood cuts, , , .
from fmh and original
*W,^\tI^rtOPOLITAN JOB printing OFFICE
H7 Nassau Mreet,
Old Ueruld Building.
THE fjEC'Tt/UE H8AMQS.
Dr. arnot, of edinburg. before leavino roi
hcolUn I will deliver a Lecture Iti the hall of the Younl
Men'* Ciiri-illan Association, Monday ereulng, {una 87, at I
o'clock. Ticket* BO ctnts.
Temperance,
But Not Tes'.ottllsas.
Rev. CHARLES b. smyth
will lecture at Stcinwny Hall on Tuesday evening till
June 28, at 6M o'clock. on the subject of
PRACTIUUj TEMfERANCE
AS OPPOSED Tn TOTAL ABSTINENCE!.
The lecturer will introduce several example* of extreme
temperance. intersperse hie diecourse wiib anecdotes and
dilate apon the popular beverage of "Gin and Milk." Ticket*
SO cctit* each, at the door on the evening of the lecture.
~ PIANOFORTES. ^
A' ' -"BARNES1 "PIANOFORTES ARE SUPERIOR IK
. tone, finer In finish and more durable than any otket %
manufactured, for whlcn they were awarded the prt e medal
at the American Initltute Fair, 1>H9, and are oflered extremely
low (or cash or instalment*. Wareroome 137 Klgbtk
tree!, near Broadway.
AOREAT OFFER.?HORACE WATERS, 4?1 BROADway,
will dlepo** of 100 Pianos, Melodeone and Organa
of tix Cr*t claa* maker#, at extremely low prices for can *
during this mouth, or will take rrorn $5 to f'Jo monthly nntll
Said. The same to let, and runt money applied if purchased,
'ew Chlc'eering Plaaoi are Included In ttaie offer.
A lady going in the country will sell f0*
9350, cost fUO, nearly new rostwood 1 octave Piano*
forte, carved oaee and Ie?, celebrated maker*; bill of (All
and warrantee; box for thlpmenl. 28 Third atreet. \
A BEAUTIFUL CARVED ROFEWOOD PIANOFORTE,
even octave, round corner*; full, iron frfcme; city
mtk?r; only sv.g; a great bargain.
J. BIDDLE, 18 Amity itreet, near Broadway.
A GREAT REDUCTION IJf l'RICE OF FIRST CLASS
juar* and upright Piano*; alio a Chlciterlne ana
other*, great bargains. STKKDMAN k IiOLLYEft, M
West Slxlecuth atroet, between Fifth and Sixth avenue*.
A MAGNIFICENT, RICHLY CARVED, FOUR ROUND
cornere, rotewood 7 Si octave Pianoforte, made to order
for $800. only aevea month* In me. wl.; be *od for 927a; also
rich Parlor, Chamber and Pining Furniture at half coat; properly
ol private family, la Emt Tenth itreet. one b!ock we*t
ot Broadway, between University place and Kl:tu avenue.
A MAGNIFICENT ROPEWOOD PIANOFORTE?8A?
rrlflce for caih, 7 octave, carved ea*e and leg*, overstrung;
celebrated cltv maker*, Ave years'guarantee, nwarlj
new. Apply at rendence, 113 Seveoib itreet.
A LARGE VARIETY OF FIRST CLASS PIANOFORTES
can be found at the factory and wareroom* of JENNYS
k SON, <135 East Twenty-first street, between Second end
Third avenues.
A PRIVATE FAMILY, DECLINING HOUSEKEEPING^
will sell rosewood Pianoforte, made to order, celebrated
maker, fully Kitarantrd, usrd *ix month.*, oost vJOu. for #'.M0:
Parlor Furniture, Etaieres, Palntiugi, Bronze*, dtirerwnre. '
Chamber and Dicing Furniture, tvl&iuware, Carpet*, Linen*,
i able < utiery, cnmaware; aaorinea. 67 w est f Irteenth, Mir
Hixtb arcnuc.
1r YOU WANT A HOOD PIANO CHEAP, CALL 'AT
MERRELL'3 warrroom, No. 8 I'nlon eqimre; ?old on I
Instalment* or rented ; customers suited; large stock; besl
maker*; look before selecting ?l*ewhere.
Magnificent seven octave rosewood piano,
maker, Olllwrt, Kosion; elegant, OT?rstrung,
having oar red legs; superb Inttrumcm; fully guaranteed; ei<
ttMWlnarj bargala for cash.
" JAMES QOKDOM. 1M Bleeskw itrHti

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