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MITIGATION* W<WTTO- FEMALE*.
CmIu> Arc.
EA?T ItTH 8T.-A GOOD COOK; WILLING AND
obliging, recommended by her present amployer.
4PATCHEN PLACE (WEST 10TH ST.) HEAR CTH
a??A reliable woman as oook in a prim - family or
private boar tog house. In city or country; no objection to
Hunt waablng.
]?> UNION (XR'RT, UNIVERSITY PLACE, BETWEEN
t? llt'i an.l 12tb sts.? A f.rst class eo >?, who tbnruuthly
?wlt-rslamfs all k-nds of cooking ai:d ucucr'j; la a good
baker; wui (? In ttia country.
O') IRVINU PLACI'.?AS PLUM COOK, WAtHER
aO and Ironcr. liest city refer, nee.
24
west jera st?a fik9t class cook in a
*X rrlvate family: gooa ruferences. Call foi Iwo day*
?I her present t mph-yera.
f.rj WEST 18TH ST., NEAR CTH AV.-A PROTESTANT
U| woman as cook: ondttrstan !s ln-r business in every
fttaach ; c.tr or country ; c.ty reiei nice. Call for i? o daj?.
1ft i CTH AV? BETWEEN 1BTII AND loTH SIS?A
lwT respectable woman and dau.btsr; the one ?s good
cock, washer an J ironer; the oiti?i us chambermaid and
waitr>s?; boih in one hou?e if pos-ible; 4'vj(ui' reteience
from last place. Can be seen for Uro uays. \
lnrr WEST 1CTH ST., NEAR ?Tll A V.?A RESPECT
J"* I able youtij woman us llrot rate cook ; und>'iat?rdi
ker buKlsnsa thoro'j?blj', w: 1 tc found U-ustwortUy; urst cUi
reference. "
1 AO WEST 1STH ST., IN TUE REAR.?AS COOK OR
Jl/*' laundress In ? pr1Tl'.c family : unJeisau '? all kinds
?f soups, meats, pastry and baking; n) objection to tbs
?oomrj : best city raftituoa for live years.
HlO WEST MTH ST., NEAR BROADWAY. ?A PRO
lUil fessed Kn^lisb woman as hea l cook in some iarj?
?stabliehm-nu, unr ,u*lled in fr< nch. 8rauUh, Oilman aid
all tbe new styles of coonina: is ctpao e of taking charge
rd ixit'iiii any of he Crst families, would go to the country ;
>1 city ref- re i t; a good place the principal object.
11Q HIHIJ ST., BROOKLYN. A RESFF.CTABLE
II?/ colored girl as c.ok; would assist in washing. Can
M seen for two uays.
199 WEST '9TH ST.. BETWEEN 6TII AND 7Til
avs. ? A respectable young woman io coot, wash
Md Iron. Best city iofert>nc? from last p.ace.
1 OA WEST 20TH ST., BETWEEN CTH AND 7TH
JO" avs.. third floor, back room. As lirsi class cook lu a
private family; thoroughly unJerslanus htr business; best
My reference Iroin last employer.
141Q WEST JtTH ST.?A RESPECTABLE OIRL TO '
AGO cook, wfcti and Iron; best cty reteience. j
"IO?J WEST 19TH ST., NEAR 6TII AV? TOP FLOOR.
JO" A capable young woman as soo^l cook nnJ baker In
a private family; is an eicc.leut washer and ironer; good
Mfereoces if required.
TArt WEST 19TH ST?TWO TOCNO GIRLS; ONE TO
At!:' " do cooking a-id assist w.th wa*hinM ; tbe other to do |
?kamberwork and waiting; willing and obliging; best city i
reference.
l^C EAST 4UTH ST. NEAR 3D AV.-A8 COOK AND
Ail-' to do plain washing; German family preferred ; city
icferenoe.
"IJO WEST 17TII ST., BETWEEN ?TH AND 7TH
Jto avs.?A respi ctable woman as fir<t class meat ;-nl
?astry cook ; thoroughly un :erstau<!l her business lu aii its
J ranches; no objection to go a short distance in Ut country ;
Mil city reference.
1CA WEST T8 H ST.?A RESPECTABLE WOMAN
l?Jv' as cook; understands her business in all its branches;
? willing to go In tue country; good city re.tivuce.
Ifrn .WEST SETH ST?TWO RESPECTABLE YOUNG
J?JU 'women, tojr* tner: oue as ^ood cook and good washer
and ironer; is an excellent baker; the other as chaiubeimaid
and waitress; pood cty references.
|)Aij WEST 27TU ST., NEAR TTH AV?A HEAD
ZUO meat and psatry cook, wltb the kitchen girl and
?undress, to go to a bummer house or hotel; live ye&ia' city
Wlerence.
nnn EAST a'TH ST.-A RESPFXTABUE WOMAN AS
good plain cook; good bread and biscuit baker; uo
tbiectlon to go a short distance iu the country; good city
jiere.-vnce. Call for two days.
990 WEST SI ST ST.-A RESPECTABLE TOUNQ
(4wO woman as good c >ok end to assist In the washing,
?r would do chambei work ano fine w.tsu.nc; best city relcr
?nce. Call tor nu days. Ring the third btli.
21 1 WEST 22D ST., IN THE REAR.?A RFPPECTA
'11 ble young woman as cook; cau also do iauudijr
york.
O J "I WEST 27TH ST . BETWEEN 71H AND 8TH
pit avs.?A respectable yooag j^iri as good plain cook,
washer and Ironer; no objecvlop to go to the country; good
Q/tO EAST 34TH 8T., TOP FLOOR. BACK ROOM.?
O' O As liret elaas co< k, washer and ironer in a small
yr>vate family; city refe.euce.
Ol 4 WEST C9TH ST., BETWEEN 8TH AND PTH
UlT ats., second tlnor. back room?As goad took, w*sk
franJ irouer lu a private lamry ; excellent city reference-.
D,4Q HAST 1KTH ST.?A RESPECTABLE WOMAN
OTt) a* ftr?t clan cook In a boarding bouse or private
famiiy; undeistands French. English and German cooking la
.11 na branch a; b-st city reference.
D ,"t I Wt-.ST 4M'H BT.-A Rfc>PFCTABLK PKOTES
Uu L tut woman aa cook ; gooil city reference.
JH7 EAST 14TH ST., NEAR 1ST AV.?A RESPKCTA
5U 1 blc young girl as cook and to aaaiat in the washing;
(eat city reference.
t?C 3D AY., BETWEEN C7TII AND 06TH ETS A
UlJ't cotnpe'eot cook, eltbcr lo coumry or city; Olteea
Je?.rs' reference.
arc* an a v., room no. p.-a yoi n?j cirl as
U'J'J cook, wssher aud Ironer; uu lerstands all kinds ot
foe washing, FfDcb fluting; no objection to go a abort ilia
knee in the country.
Q7Q 1BT A.V., BETWEEN 53D AND MTU STS., SEC.
I'lO ond floor.?A respectable woman aa brat class cook;
andertlandj meat and pastry, aud all Ices.
IT7ANTED -BY A PROTESTANT WOMAN, A SITl'A
TT Uon *s trst class cook In a cent email's 'aniily ; no
?biectlon to a tirat class boarding bouse; beat city rclerence,
Adore** A. T.. nation 0.
Cknmbt'nnmita* Arc.
? ft EAST ssn ST., PRESENT EMPLOYER'S.?A
It) competent pcraon na chambermaid in a boaruingor
jtviKr boose iu the country.
Q/k WAKEtNUT N SQUARE (NORTH) AS CHAM
ZV" bermai'l and plain sewer oy a youmi g rt, w tb excel
ht city referrnces. Can be teen for two daya at bcr pre
terit employer's.
QO WEST 44TII ST.-A YOUNG GIRL AS CUAMBER
O ! maid and warren ; ia w.lling to assist lu tha kitchen ;
to objection t > ib'* country ; boat city reierence.
ijk)') BROAD xT.-A LADY IN THE tMiUNTRY, OIV
!<.?) Ing mi hoime'r'rpluc, wl>h?s 1o obteln a good ? tua
Con, in \ private family (city), for an excellent chamber
kutid and wa.treas. Call on or a idi eas Meaara. R. k CO.
EAST 16TH ST.-A YOUNO t.IKL AS CHAMBER
maid and waitress.
132
1 I O Wl.ST WTH ST., SECOND FLOcR.-A RE
|"i >) speciable girl aa channel u>ald and v? a. tress or
Would take care of children; beat city reference.
EAST 431) ST.- A RESPECTABLE YOI SO CIRL
aa cbamberuvJd and waitress or nurae ; good rcfer
f)f\r\ west ?:th st.. near 7th ay.-as kjr.st
Jjift) clair rliunibernjald ; la a good lean.ftreai; city re
t?rerice; n y or eonatry.
CZ W hST Bill ST.. NEAR 7TU AV.-AR CHAM
? ) bTioald and to do One waahlog ; c'.ty reference, city
country.
WEST SfiTH ST.?A YOUNO GIRL TO DO CHAM,
work aud waiting. Call lor two days.
niQ EAST WTO ST.-A Bl SPfc.CTAI.LK (illtb AS
Z 1 ?' chambermaid and waitress; baa ibree yeara' refer
too*.
20
212
251
QOS* WEST l-'TH ST.-TWO YOUNO (l)RLS; ONE
a* chambermaid and waitress; would amlst In
waahlng; tbe otber aa nurae and plain aewer; Lest city ref
erence.
WEST St'TII ST.-A YOlNO GIRL, LATELY
_ from Enfan t, a* chambermaid and waltrean . a ao
an Am.?ric*n Uil aa uur.a and avamaiit-isa or chauii?*rmald;
kaa the MM or rel erenco.
EAST 84TH ST.?A RESPECTABLB GIRL AS
O* 'O cbainbermaid . Is willing to asaui with waabing and
Jkon ng or walling ; l?e-t city reference.
Ol 7 WEST U6TII ST.-A RK8PECTABLE YOLNO
Ol I gli I as chambermaid and wabieaa or to take care of
?kthlrcn ; good city rnti ranee. Can be aeen for two Java.
QUO WEST 40TH ST., BLTWEEN <-TM AM) 8TH
?)?>*> ava. ?A highly respectable ynnp woman ki cbam
bern.a.il and waitress or as waitress; thorough.y underatand*
feer business . the bluett reference. Call unci suited.
?>??Q WEST 41 ST ST.-A RKSfM OTAULE, COMPE
0?30 t?nt girl *? rharubermald snd nurae, or U> do light
fcona wrk , excellent reference fiorn last place.
Qjfl EAST atl) ST.--AS CIJAMHEKMAID and to
Ol" do p'ainsewing in a private latnily.
il7 1U1H AV., SICOND I-LOOK, HACK ROOM.-A
" Jl I yi ung cir. na ek imbtrmaid and tu aatiat ID aaatVDC ;
good el 17 reiereucea.
6 4 1 EAST 1ITH ST.?A WOMAJ4 AS CIUMB' RMAID
t I Wilb a family or at a bolei; uo objectlou tu the
?ouniry.
na"7 8TH AY?A RESPECTABLE YOI Mi (iJRL AS
f v) I eharnlv-nnald and waitr<as. or a> chau.ti^inial l
ann to do p.aln aewing; no objecitou to go to country , g lod
Hftmice.
Q/|y| JO AV., BETWEEN 47TH A s D 4HTH STS.. THIRD
0?/*I floor, front. A girl ?o do cb.imberwurfe and hnf
waahlng, or bouaework for a small family, city reference.
1rt)/| BROADWAY, B1 TWKEN MTH AND MTI1
sts A reaprctable gtri to do chamtierwnrk an1
Waiting, can do plain scwiug; will be found willing and
*bog ng, beat city referenoe.
Orewmaker< an<l Seamslrrsit*.
inn 4WH ST. ?AS SEAMSTRESS >NP TO
J " M ' asatot wlih ctiamberwurii Of to take rare of cblldrru ;
ean npentle on W heeler a A i.aon a man ine , a young Au.e
Menu g.rl. good city refertncea Klngtb.ru bell.
to,- Wf ST 19TH HT., FIRST KLOOR.-A DRESS
maker wants an rnragement; can out and ht in tbe
feU?r.t styUs la>in a' and cbliiiren'a diearea aud bo) a' eintbet,
Md do all klnus of ?? winu Is a ? o id operator ana has a
?ai h ne of her own if tcjuired . would go in the country If
Waiuril.
IV4 I WEST JOTH ST., NEAR ?TII AY.. PIKST FLOOR. -
? M t A compr 'ent x-iimntre^s In a tan ily going to the
emin'ri ha* consldgrable knowledge of drrtatuakiog , can
cui aud lit lor chl ilrrn; capanir ol waiting on a latly and
would lane care of one grow.ng ehl'd.
17 ?) BLM-CKI K ST A LADY TO - O OUT HY THE
I _ day In famlllea in thla i l?. wno, buvm^, bid several
Cais' ei|?naiic* in t! > busli^a* of culling, litlinar and
SilDt is.itee' urexres, otleis her servie ? 10 llione Who iriay
Leslie ui kaTa tbe 1 ? rk done ;il tlirlr hiitutl, Is n g iod .le
rtgner aud tr m ci , caiidreu's rtotlies locludej. Call
aa 01 a<iur?M l.Htb^iiii.ti lot two d?va.
SITUATION* WANTKD-FKMALK8.
Dreainakori and .<*efiMairraai>a.
239
EAST 26TH ST.?A DRFPSMAKER WOULD LIKE
? lew more engagement* to go out by the day la
private fami.let.
Q11 (TH AV., IN THE FANCT STORE.?A 8EAM
Oll itrree vli)u? a few mope cuetomrr* by the day; baa
considerable knowledge of dreismakiug; can eat and Ot for
children.
QQ7 6TH AV.f BETWKEN 34TH AND MTH STS. ?LA
(VI die* can rely oo i etting perfect Dttinit drmar* made
and trirama.! an" the latrei and moil TnahionaWf etyle walk
ing ml ? and eveulnv drraae* naue in eight boure' notice.
Ladle* ?;oi ping at hotel* would Lowell to call. Garments
cut and fitted. Mlie CLINCH.
a AO 2D AV., BETWEEN J8D AND 24TH STS.-A
?I'll ' competent teamitreM: can do all kind* of family
tewing; understand* nreeamakltu; can ope:ate on Wheeler
i \v aon'i machine ; beat clij reJerence; no objection W the
country.
10TH AV., SECOND FLOOR, BACK ROOM.-A
117
young glr: ai t rst rlasit teamatre**; can operate on
A V il?c
Wheeler# iKon't machine ; wnuid HWe a iew m ire engagr
tnent* b? the d*v or went In fainll.e*; ran cut and . t cbll
iren'e clothe*, baa a machine ot bei own It required.
1 97 8D AV,?A F1KST CLASS DRf-SSMAKER
.1 Zd \ wui.e* to go out by the day or by the week; can
operate on H bee cr & \\ llMB1! macbiLe.
4IO 20 AV., NEAR arm ST. ?A GOOD DRF.KS
"r ?> maker and *eara?tres?; well uaed to Urit claas fam
ily aewtn;;. Aadreaa SEAMS IRKS&
A 4 Q ID AV., NEAR !5TH ST.?AN EXPERIENCED
"TTrt/ operator on Wheeler A Wllaon'* machine; m prao
t'ctii and tli'irouchly competent at tint c'.aai family ?ewmg.
Addrcai Ol'EIlA l OR.
</?! 6TH AV., BETWEEN 27TI! AND 2STH ST9.-A
r" ? I girl aa teami>tre*s and lady'a maid; unde.itanU?
dre**makmg; beet city reference.
A YOUNG LADY DI SIRES OCCUPATION, MAKING
the iineit embroiderlea In every manner. Addreia H.
H., Herald oflier.
A COMPETENT DRESSMAKER WOULD LIKK A FKW
iu.'re e.iiajje menu to ?0 out by the day; good city refer
ence. A'3dr??*C. R., 64\V e*t ftld *t.
Acomvetest dri ssmak fr WOl'LD like to
engage with a few more ladle* bv th<- day or week.
Address A. S., boi 1,0 Hera:d Uptown Branch olikce, 1,1146
Brondway. .
W UAT OF IT t
TUB
TELEGRAM CARTOON
THIS DAY.
A GREAT LOCAL HIT.
MAYOR'S MESSAGE;
WHAT OF IX?
FOB FURTHER PARTICULARS
LOOK OCT FOR THE
EVENING TELEGRAM
TODAY. TWO CE3T8.
rscnrrnl lloimrvroru. Arc.
mWTPT MTU ST., BETWEEN 6T!! AND 7TH
avs.?A respectable tlrl to <lo se-.eral houscwors or
kitchen work; two years' references; willing an 1 obliging.
"I WEST 18TH ST., BETWBKN ?TH AND 7TH A Vs..?
? 1 t' ' A respectable girl, latelj landed, to do general house
work in a small family.
1-n EAST ?2D ST.--A RF8PECTAHLK YOUNG CIRL
> M I to do general housework; is a t:nod pla'n cook and
a Cr>l ciass washer and Iruner. Call for two days.
1 wfst st.-a respectable yo^ng
i.? JO tlrl to <io g.-nersJ housework In a smill private fam
ily ; good washer ond Iruner; good city reference.
OA 1 EAST IITH ST., CORNER ZD AV., TOP FLOOR.
?\i I A Welsh girl as chambermaid or will take care of
children.
909 WFS1' 26TII ST. -A COMPETENT OIRL TO DO
general housework; no objection to a pr.ratc
boarding house; good city reference.
91Q WBn 2*th st., rear-a ri speitafle
Zd \ ?' girl, lately laoled. to do general housework In a
In.alt private fsm ly ; Is a too I washer and Iroutr; will make ,
bcrvcl. generally useful; willing ana obliging.
Om EAST <lf?T ST.-A YOUNG OIRL TO DO GENE
^<jL ral housework; Is a good plain cook, wasber and '
lroi er. Uoodacity rel'ereuce.
9 11 WK9T -JP ST ' ,N T1,E RKAR.-A YOUNG WO.
i?' r 1 it.an, not long landed, in a respectable family, to do
generul housework.
9 ~1 6TII AV., CORNER OF 1STI1 8T? IN THE TEA
? 1 st..re.?A girl to do ceneral housework In a small
family where there are no children ; Is a good tauudresa; pretty
good cook; city reference.
o/?o east ma st., third floor, pront.-a re
^U?) spectable young virl to do ceneral bnutewnrk In a
small private faiui y; l? willing and obliging; no objection to
small children.
A HQ !D AV" BETWEEN 22D AND J4TH ST8.-A
j ' 'O Protestant young woman as general house servant
In a small family; good city reference.
J 1 r EAST 17TH ST.. B TWEKN 1STAV. AND AV. A.?
tI'I A respectab e girl to do general housework in a small
private family; good city reference from last pace.
^njr WEST 89TH ST., BETWEEN PTH AND 10TI1
avs., top tloor, front.?A competent "greenhorn"
tlrl, to do general housework ; is a good washer and lrcner
and willing to learn.
A A It WEST 44TH ST.?A RESPECTABLE PROTKB
*r" O tant young woman to do general hmis'work In a
small private family or to do upstairs work ; no objection to
go a short MMmMCM the country; b< st city references.
tin JD AV NEAR 2STH ST., THIRD FLOOR-A
fj I >7 respectable younj giil to do genrr.l housework in a
small private family; is a good washer and lroner; best city
reference :rom her Inst p ace.
enr 1ST AV., BETWEEN 80TII AND 3I?T STS ?A
t )_?) girl, lately landed, to do general housework; is will*
inh and ooliging.
C ro 8D AV.-A YOUNG OIRL TO DO HOUSEWORK.
UOij Apply to MARY MAJDECKA. *
/?"l 2D AV., FO RTH FLOOR. BACK ROOM.?A
OIU young American sir), age.1 18, to assist in general
housework, ran be seen for two .lays.
/.ft 4 2!) AV., M h TWEEN 87 TH AND 3<TH STS.-A HF
l). I r speciab.e girl to do general housework In a small
family i good city rcierences.
Ilausrkrepcrx, &. ?*
ESPE
chant
i day.
I WKST 13TI1 ST.-A RESPECTABLE WOMAN TO
OO do housekeeping In a mec hanic's family or bous?work
I In a small family. Call for two <Jay.
! A rx ELIZABETH 8T.-AN AMEAICAN WOMAN AS
1 " tJ bouifki eper In a bole!; has a practical knowledge of
I the same; wotilj leave the city. Addrest Wis I'EKRV.
! A 7 JANH ST.-A WIDOW AGED 28. AS 1I0DSE
T I keeper. Aodrcst HOUBEKKEPhR.
mEAST 3UTII st, CORNER 4T11 AV.-AS H0C8E
kevj it for a >.IJowei or bache.or. Ca.i on or ad
j dress Mm Mi'AL'A.MS for our week.
94?Q AV. B.-A YOlNd GERMAN 'JTRL AS GEN
udO era! bouseiieeptr in a private family.
American widow ladt wishes a situation
as housekeeper; would preler the country. Address
WIDOW, box wl I'ort oll.ee, Astoria, L. I.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A COMPETENT VOfNO
American widow !ady,asbou?ekeei <-r; wldowrr's family
preferred. Address L. A., bos 2ttu Herald oSice.
\A'ANTED-Br a WIDOW LADT, Ji st landed
M from Enr.ati'l, a sltuailon ss housekeeper; a business
hui.se preierrei Aodrtas M. W., Ueraid odice.
Linnilrrssrm
mWPBT fOTH ST., BETWEEN 8TH AND 7Til
avs. A l'rotestaut woman as first class laundress;
good reference.
1 ^(1 EAST IXITH ST.-A WOMAN TO GO OUT BY
X'J*J the day iis Uutidresa ; uudersiaiKls all kinds of flut
ing and floe washing, beat city reference given. Call ah the
week.
t)sir EAST 42D ST?AS FinST CLASS LAUNDBIML
Zwv to so out two cays (Vondav an.I Tuesday), pulling
andllutinc; all bne work duu- In the neatest m?nn< r. Call
for two days.
QUU AV. A THIRD FLOOB, BACK ROOM. A RE
? '?)?) spei-talile married woman wishes a few gentlemeu's
washing at her uwn home.
mWEST C9Tli ST., SECOND FLOOR. A RESPECT
able woman wiaht* a few gentivmen's or lamlliea*
washing, cither by the dozen or monthly.
41 (1 FAST 181II kT., KIKST FLOOR.-A RESFECT
lo able woman to take in washing or go out by the
day ; best reference if re |Ulr>-d.
i ??n WEST SJD ST-A REsPKCTARLB WOMAN
T ?)'J wants to do w ixhiii^' art i miuine at limni or lo go
| out by the'lay; due work at <to. per doar.n. Call for two
I *?y.
I A An *l> AV., BETWEEN 8>TH AND 40TII ST8. A
I'i t I reapeetable girl as iaundieas lu a private family)
goo,I city reierc'uce.
ri/| WtlT zhlll f-T, SECOND FLOOR, BACK
, UlU room. ?A respectable woman to do waanlng by the
doteu , best reierencc.
Nnrnrs, At.
9ff FAST ,'6TI! ST.-A RESPF.i TABLE TOliNG OIRL
' as nurse or ehamhermaid . no ohiecllon to the coun
try j c?ly relereuce. tlan be seen for two nays.
4?? east ?.r? st, mrrwiMi vaoimoii and ?ra
s) avs.?A respeetsble girl as nuisr ?nd seimi rc-s or
would do chsinlierwor* ; would go to the country lor the
Rummer, cilj relenocf*
,'U EAMT Sill ST. AS N, I.HI , UN A \ t t'N'<> SWIM
?/0 girl, who speaks Trench and (ietmau. Cull at j reaent
employer's.
1 | u AMITY ST., IN Tllli REAR. A RI 8PK. TABLE
I 1~ woman a baoy to norse at her own home. Can lor
Iwo days.
911W Kl llivan st.-a respectable YoUNo
s-' 'n g'rl i?s nu-se and seainstrear ; can operate on Whee
ler A Wilson's ma blue; beat city reference. Call lor two
days.
OAU WKIT MTU IT?A PKOIRfl A.< r WOMAN A8
?\I'J bal'r's nur>e ; can be triiste-.' witn Ine car>-of ao in
fant iruai ita blitU; ?as?a mooeiaU; baa no ob^actlun lo the
country; city relaisnc*
SITUATIONS WANTHD-FBW a mm.
Nii.wi?i dr .
OOC WERT 14TH BT. (PRESENT EMPLOYER'S>.-A
fj id't respectable girl as nurse, no objection to travel dur
ing the rammer montas.
9'-lQ WE8T 17TH BT., BETWEBN 7TH AND 8TH
avs. -A rrspe, table Protectant girl, between 14 and
It yean old, to take care of children.
21 ft WFST 17TH ST.. ROOM 9.-A RFSPECTAPLE
? U Scotch Protestant woman at nurse ; fal v under
stands the entire cUnrge of a baby from blrtb with the
bottle; good ettjr reference. Csli for two d*ys.
3<n WRSTS7TH ST.?A YOUNG GIRL AS CHILD'S
?' I nurie and to do plain sewlni; no objection to the
country for the mramer.
'?A7 WKPT WTH 8T ? rear, top floor.?a re
O t I spectable young clrl at ehll'i'a nurie; no objection
to traveling. H??t city references. Call for two day*.
AA'X 48TH 8T? NEAR iOTt! AV TWO rkspkcta
Ti ?0 blc girlt, lately arrived from the old country, to lake
care of children, sew and make themselves useful.
A?t\ Wl,-n wra bt., between sth and ioth
T i'? avs.?A respectable married woman, with afresh
ureast of nulk, as wet nurse; beet city reference. <'&u be
aeen for two dart.
I LEXIN TON AV.?A GOOD, RF.LTARLE
v'l I monthly nnrse wishes a few engagements; best city
reference. Can be seen for live days.
Ql'JlST ?V., BETWEEN 45TH AND 46TH PTS.-A
01?> gin, about 14 years old, to take care of children or
help with housework.
A YOUNG AND HEALTHY WOMAN DESIRES A
s tii*t on as wet nurse. Apply at Infanta' Home, cor
ner Islington ar. and 61st st.
SITUATION WANTED?BY AN AMERICAN LADY,
as nurse or housekeeper; be?t cliy refeienc- itlven and
required. Address Mrs. L. W., Mrook.yu Post ojico.
Waitresses* A-r.
3 EAST 18TH ST.?AN EXCELLENT WAITRESS AK D
chnm'crmaid; willing and obliging; recommended by
her present employer.
MADTSON AV., RETWEEN 38TH AND 39TH STS.
A respectable woman at waitress.
8 OK WEST 26TH ST.?A RFBPbCTAHLB, COMPF
Ot) tent girl as waitress In a summer boarding house, or
to go In the country with a family as chambermaid and to
niind chi dren: best cltv reference.
?I Q71 BROADWAY. A PROTESTANT < ' IRL AS
l .Jj i X first class waitress In a private family; under
stands the care ot' n v.r thoroughly; uncxoeptlouablecily
reference; no objection to the country.
258
Misi'slltneon*.
(JQQ 8TH ST., FIRST FLOOR, PARENT'S HOUSE.?A
O*'O German girl, by the day, In a store, and Is willing
to do housework ; speaks English and German.
HUDSON ST.?A YOUNG PROTESTANT GIRL
to make herself genenhy useful in a small faml y.
426
6*>H 6TH AV., ONE DOOR FROM 37TH ST.?AN
? i i American rtrl as lady's maid; best cl y refer noes;
Also a dressmaker In a private family; has no objection to
travel; best city references given by her employers. Call for
two days.
A LADY TEACHER OF EXCELLi NT CAPACITIES
J\ for piano, singing and the modern languages, ha* some
hours free, at reduc< d summer pr.ces. Address PERFi-0
TION, box 125 llerald oflice.
A HIGHLY EDUCATED YOUNO GERMAN LADY DE
sires a position as governess or travel l.g companion.
Address Miss B. L.,box 144 litra d Uptown branch ollu, 1,248
Broadway.
A LADY, ACCUSTOMED TO TEACHING ENGLISH,
French and music, would like a position for the sum
aier or perhaps longer with some family cuing to or re
siding In tue country, or as companion to tnose travelling;
the beat reference given. Address U. U., Newark, N. J.
IjIXCF.LLI-NT GOVERNESS FOR THE Sl'MMER?AN
<j English lady, fully cjualitled for her profess;<>n, belna
we'.l educated and highly accomplished; some years experi
ence: highest references. Address ltv UL, box 144 Herald
othce.
WANThD-BY A YOUNO LADY, A POSITION AS
tra eiling companion to a lady. Address MAKION
HASTINGS. Albany, N. V.
WANTEP-BY A fNM LADY OF LIBERAL F.I>1
catlon a situation In a f.imily g< ins to Europe oi as
companion to a lady ; wou d take charge of childreu ur an In
valid. Address M , box ;116 Hera d othce.
V1TANTED?BY A YOUNG SWISS LAr?Y. WELL EDU
T> cated, a position as govern as, to tcach Fr nch and
Oerniau and five Instruction ou Itie piano. Audits M., box
4.1H2 Post ottoe, New York.
ANTED-A SIT I ATION IN A BAKERY OR FANCY
store, by a younj :ady who has had some expi rlenc -;
no objection to a countrv town; cxn give good re.erenees.
Api?y at Working Woman's Protective Union, 3S Bleecker St.
w
intelligence OJM-ei.
A NUMBER OF GERMAN SERVANTS CONSTANTLY
found at Uie tier man Bureau, 3d3 Bowery , entrance on
First ut. Mrs. LOWE.
HELP WANTED -KKi>iAI.H-.
AT ANOELL'S TURKISH BATHS, LEXINGTON AV.,
coruer 25th st.?VV anted, a healihv, Inwlliaeiit. industi I
ons Americau woman as housekeeper or matron ;a so l'r.>
tesiant woman as laundress; neither older than ?6; wages
libera ; references required.
A -AN INTELLIGENT LADY OF BUSINESS HABITS
, and pleasing address, brins ing goo.i testimonials, can
seenre a desirable situation at No. 7 \\ arren st., room 2j, up
stairs. *
A WOMAN TO DO GENERAL HOI SEWORK; MUST
be an excellent washer and Ironer and eook; g >od
wfcscs will he pai I; must have city men nee from her >ast
piace. Call at 301 West 44th St.
A FIRST CLASS LAUNPRKSh WANTFD?FIRST
three or four eays every we<*k: or cou d live in tha
bouse durtnc lfc? summer; oniy competent (Inters need apply.
Call U'.wein 9 ann B A- M. nt 243 West 34tli st.
A-ladi:s and gentlkmi n ark maki.ng
? from $b to tiu per day ot our last new book.
BIBLE lirtu'1'H KKS, 7 Bleecker street,
one door west of Broadway.
A FIRST CLASS OPERATOR ON WILLCOX .? OIBH8'
mach'nc for tine work. None hut a cnmj cm band
need apply to Mfltmo M. A. DOUGLASS, IS Hast 17th at,
C-IOOD COOK WANTED-FOR A SMALL PUBLIC IN
T itltutlon; must be competent. App.jr at Stran.eri' Rest,
(10 Pearl it.
VM WAHTED-TO TAKE CARE OP SMALL C1IIL
dren ; mint hire city re! ere nee. Apply at 2?8 Weit
N
VY
W
J ANTED?A HRST CLASS LAUNDRESS, WITH
city reference. Apply at SM H'eit 14th It.
fANTED?TWO GOOD DRESSMAKERS. ATrLY TO
Mrs. It L.1.-S, 215 WU av.
W ANTED?DKKSSMA K EKS ; FIR-fiT CLASS HANDS
it o iy need apply; a.io two apprent ce?. 134 Eaet
Both at.
11,'ANTFD-A TIDY, WELL RECOMMENDED OIRL,
YT IS or 14 year* old, to a^aiat In general homework in a
rcrr ainali lannly, at WJt Eait 41M at., last houae In thebiock.
WANTED-TWO QIRL8; ONE KOR DOWN AND ONE
11 for up atalra work; g< od waibcr* and tronera. (H
Lexington avenue, bctw- en a.U and MM air.
W'ANTi D-KY A SM VI I. FAMILY, A NEAT YOUNO
T T girl for sen ra. homework ; moat hare rclercnce from
laat place. Apply corner of 62d it. a..ii 4th ar.
W ANTED?A TUORO OHLY COMPETENT PRoTliKT
ant a amatreaa. Apply, between 11 and 13, at H.it ?*dl>
?mi tr., Mner ;>7tl> st.
WANTED-A LAUNDRESS IN A PRIVATE FAMILY,
to go out of the city during the iummer. Apply at lu
Eait Suit. at.
WA:*TI!;r,-A OOOD COOK, WASHER AND IRONKR.
i T lu a prirate family at Long Branch. Appiy at Si vv eal
IV ANTED?A YOUNO W OMAN IN A CONFECTIONERY
YT aa lalenwoman. Apply b< tween 10 and it o'clock
to WILLIAM TAVL'R, M'? Hroa'tway.
T|*ANTED?A HEAD LAUNDRESS; ALSO A WOMAN
TT to attend the mai a'?. Apply at Ulecnam Ho.el. 156
bt.i ar.
TITANTED?EJCPKR1FNCBD OPERATORS ON WILL
YT col * Olhtia' aewlng machine. Apply to II, O'.NhlLL
A CO., 8S7 and UJfl lib ar.
TI7 A NTKD?FIIt.JT CLASS Ol'I.RAT iKS ON WILLCOX
VV A- UlbbV aewlng machln*. Appiy Friday no l Satur.Uy
to TOMLI.sfcON A BlUCrUhiU, 865 broalway, room 17.
\I7AN1KD-A YOUNO LADY OF EXPERIENCE, TO
i TT wait inabfktry. Apply at UlLMutlK'fc, 2U6 recn
V|7 ANTED?A WET NUlifiE. VI ITH A FRESH IIRKAST
TT oj mil*. Apply to Dr. A. R. MU.< I KM, it-3 Sroorae at.,
from b to M A. M.. or 1 to i P. M.
YV ANTED A FIRST RATK LAUNDRESS HY TIIK
TT month, week or day. Apply, wlih retereucea, at 94
WHI S*tb ?t., for iwj d.iyi.
ll'AN I ED- A UOYERNEtft. SPEAKING FRENCH OR
TT U.nnaii, lor the country lor ibe tun.mar. Ap| ly to- lay
at 40 5th ar. Well ie< omin"inied.
ttfAMTKB-A YOUNO LADY OF OOOD ADDIiRSN,
TT and woll arqoa.nted with )a<llea' lulu, to to to hura
toga. < all at .VIri. MA' ONE'S. tH 4ta ar.
11 AN'lhD-A wet Nl KKK ?OR A BABY FOUR
TT month'old; nurae to take It to her own home. Ad
ilrriM. witbtcnna, Mia. F. MOORh, atit.on D.
?11,'ANTED?A GIRL, Al.OUTM, IO CO.MK IN HIKING
TT day ami take _li rge of liaby. Call, irom 10 to I- A. M.,
at 218 Wei- ii'i it, t>a?' incut door.
WANTED?A KMART OIKL, AH SECOND COOK;
mual un<Ur*tand baking L.ea i. U13 V\ ?it 23<J it., near
Ith ar.
\kj ANTED FIRST CLASS DKESSMAK RN ON WAISTS
TT tu<l ekirU; to compi'.ent bands the I'' heat wagea will
b? Klren ; aiao au err ui i ooy. it i-.aat lut.i at.
VVana
ANTED a FIRsT CLASS OPERATOR ON OROVER
llaki r'l mnt hine.
M. A. CONNELLY. SA halt 15th at.
YV'ANTED-A FIRST CLASS COOK, IN FAMILY OF
Yr four perann."; inuxt 00 wil ing to a^alat in tbe plain
waaliliig ami <roiiliig atnl to go Into Ihe country until Novem
ber 1. Call before I o'clock at *7 Weal JMi A.
WANTED 1MMEDIATI-LY, HRST ('LASS DRIKR
TT maker* l(4 operator* on Wheeler A Wuaou'e ih.k b ne.
None hi't competent lian li need apply to Mine, nil VAL, 7ui
Broaoway,
U'ANTED A OIRL TO DO tiBHKRAL ITO USX WORK,
In a prirale lamlly ; nmat be a Rood wnal.er anU ir ner
and plain cook, ?itjr retercBce required. Call at 427 vat
?,to at.
t\'ANTE!> A WOMAt TO DO OENI RAL HOUBK*
TT wor? In a amall latnlly a ahort dliu.nc* from ihf city;
' one havi'^g good r< ie>en':< i will limi a g'lod bomr-. 1'roteaiaut
iirefimd. < *ll to <1 ?y, June 16, at .(M Laat vifa at., near >d
| Ar., irom U to 1 o'uioc*a
HKtr WANTBI*?gEJWLA??ttw.
WANTED-A CIRL, AS THORO'GH CHAMBERMAID
?no waitrma In a private boarding bouse In the city;
muit know how to read ana write well and make oat ac
count*: a'so a prifnitil ?onk wanted. Addreu for tkre*
d*va HOME, box .SO Herald office.
|X7 ANTED?A FRl.TESTANT filRL AS NURSh; MUST
TT be competent to t ilt* charge of an Infant; only neat
ami Intelligent slrls, worthy of hiLli wages and who can giro
good city reference need apply. Call at 177 West lltb lU, be
tween 8 aud U o'clock A. it.
w
Ml THAT H ? N-< WW fgO-?HI,E-?.
A YOUNG MAN WISHES A POSITION IN A GOOD
business home?At porter or assistant clerk. Address
J. D., S7l West 89th it.
AN ENGLISHMAN DESIRE8 A SITUATION AS
waJter In a pi-Irate family; good olty renin nee*. Call
for two day* at II East 2-th et.
AV H7 DESIRABLE. STRICTLY TEMPERATE PR0
testmt young man wishes a situation at waller la a
private. rami y. Call at 14 West iibth at.
IfMPLOYMENT WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN TO
!j drive a wagon, tingle or double; has been lu tbe ei
pre-<? biiMneHi: writes a good hand au<l oan ke. p acoouuts.
AddreM J. II., 262 Front it.
PORTER'S situation WANTED?HY A STEADY, SO
ber voting man: not afraid to work; live years' refer
ence iroin last emp:oyer. Address M. N., box 114 Iierald
oflice.
Q1TUATION WANTED?AOE 18; WILL TAKE CHARGE
O of hone and wa'jon and be penerally use ul In a private
family; good reference*; pbys.clan preferred. Address
SIDNEY ED.vakDS, caie W. <j. Olvany, Attorney at Law,
No. 4 City Hall plaoo.
ANT8 EMPLOYMENT-A FIRST CLASS PROTF.S
t.int wa'ter m*n, who perfectly underdnnds the caie
or plate; It ,tr,ctly sooer and has trie very beat of reference
in New lorkcitv; has attended an Invalid; no objection to
travel. Address O. F. P., box UK) lleiald on.ee.
OTANTED-A SITUATION ON A gentleman'S
Vv place, by a man fully competent In any capaolty ex
cept the management of (lowers. Tbe adv. rtiser has Inst
returned from a whaling voyage. Addr-sa P. L., Ue.rala
oU'ce. .
WANTED-A SITUATION; A YOUNG MAN WILL HE
dlsnngaged 1st July, who understand* tbe care and tot
t.'ing of French atlll w nes; reference given. Address J. S.,
!'51 West 4?d St., New York, slating terms, which must be
liberal.
WANTED?A SITUATION AS WAITER, RY A YOUNG
I nqllshman. In a I ret class private tainlly; town or
country. 'Address H. B., 778 Vi asniDgton st.
CLERKS AND SALESMEN.
A YOUNG MAN OF OOOD ADDRESS, 23 YEARS OF
age, and alnge, desires a situation in any renpeetable
wholesale or commlsalon business dry goods excepted; will
worn at a fair salary where worth will be eventually recoc
nl'ed; Is not afraid to work, and can give the best of ret
ere ice. fall on fc. A J. 11. Mo.N KILL, 161 South St., between
k an i It A. M., or addrejs HOW LAN i>, Herald branch oflice,
Brooklyn.
An enoush drug clerk, WITH CITY refer
ence*. w mts a situation as dspenser; speaks French
and understands 1' reneh pharmacy. Address RICHARD
PEAK'Ii, drag store, 450 3d ar.
A DRUG CLERIC WANTED.?A YOUNG MAN WHO
ha* had two or three years experience. Apply, with
references, to \V. II. PAFKAltD, corner Columbia aud
Sackett, sis., South Brooklyn.
RI G CLERK WANTED -BY DK mott A WHITE,
126 Newark av.. Jersey City. ~pply fr m 9 to 11 A. M.
Drug clerk-one fi lly competent, with
good re erencs; Herman nreferred. Apply at north
west corner of 8 i av. and 71st St.
D
Drug clerk wanted.?one thoroughly com
petent may hear of a good, permanent situation by
addressing N., Heraid oflice.
Drug clerk wanted.-a single man, with
good roierence as to character and capability, can have
fermauent position In city store. Address dru GGIST C.
'., Herald on.ee.
/GENERAL A0ENT for A POPULAR LIFE INSUR
VX snce company wanted ?A gentcman, having a good
line of bus ness lu the city of New York, will f.eli nis inter
est ior leiP than mathematical value to suitable party; must
1 e acccpub e to the company; a chance for a rat class situ
ation ior the rlutit man; we mean business, aud none need
apply who have not diod y to invest. Fur interview addreu,
with name am) r fer.-uce, ObNEUAL ACjENT LIFE IN
SURANCE, Herald oRlce.
Salesman wanted-in our dress trimming
department; one havim; a knowledge of dn ss trimmings
and tancy toods. MILi.ER k GRANT, 878 Broadway.
Travelling salesman.?wanted, cigar sales- 1
man, with ertahhshed tr.de. Address TRAVELLING
SALESMAN, bo* 146 Herald oltlce. :
TO LAWYERS AND LAW CLERKS.?THE ADYER
tlaer wishes to be ab ent from tne city during Jnly, Au
gust rni'i September. He will compensate any one wno wilt
at'eml to his business by sharing the lees, or by such montii.y
oom: enaction aa u.ay be agreed upoD. Address box 3,6S3
Foal ofljce, New York.
WANTED?A SITUATION, BY A YOUNG MAN (NORTH
of Ireland , who baa had iour yearn' experience In the
retail grocery an.' provision trade and thrre years aa book
keeper and travelling salesman for a wholesale house, in ths
tea, grocery and cheese trade. Address W. E., box 1W
Ueraid office.
WANTED-A CROCKERY AND OLASSWARE SALES
man; one who can command a ?.,od Jobbine trade.
Address, with full | articuiars, CROCKERY, box 14u Herald
OUce.
flfANTED?TWO RETAIL DRY GOODS SALESMEN
VV who hare a thorough knowledge of the general trade
sn I can di'Hxi windows. Apply early at 7U8 Kulton su,
Dear St. Feilx St., Brooklyn.
11'ANTED?B Y A BREWERY, MANUFACTURING
v Y tirst c'nas ales, a aaleaman, who can eomrr.md a good
city trade. Address B. B. B., Herald ollice.
WANTED--AN EXPERIENCED MAN TO SELL FINE
piece trimmings to merchant tailors In New York city
and vicinity. Address E. 11. VAN INuEN A CO., New York.
^ I'OACH.IIKN AND OA ItDENfeltS.
A COMPETENT, EXPERIENCED MAN, WITH EX
cel.ent references, wishes a situation as coachman and
gardener, t'a I on or address C. O., 151 We.t 1Mb st.
ARKSPEt:TABLE OERMAN (SINGLE*. AS COACH
m?n anl gardener. In the country; Is fully competent;
first class re lere no. s. Address W., box 804 Herald oiuce.
A SINGLE MAN WISHES A SITUATION AS COACH
man lu a private family; unexceptionable city refer
ence. tall on or aduress for two uavs W. M., bo. u West
15th St.
A SITUATION AH COACHMAN AND GROOM WANT
ed?Hy a single man , understand* gardening and taking
care of cows: wottln make himself generally uac.nl; country
preferred. Best rei'eience. Address J. O. C., box lb9 Herald
office.
A PROTESTANT YOUNO GERMAN WANTS A SITUA
tlon as coichman; good groom andoruer; l as thor
ough knowie ge ot t-.e busm. ss; best city reierences. Ad
dre?a L. P., box 117 Herald office.
A YOU NO MAN WANTS A SITUATION AS KOOT
roaii with a private family; can wait on tutile; haa no
objection to the country; can produce good London refer
ence* Aduress JAMi S MoA. Lll*Kt, ltiif iVeat ?6ih st.
A SITUATION WANTED-BY A 8INOLE MAN AS
cnac iman w'lh a private family ; fully understands the
c.ire of lrort.es; strictly sober; brut class re.erence for three
yeais. Artful W. h., Mw Herald otlioe.
A SITUATION WANTED BY A COACHMAN AND
garnencr; thorough y understands his business; live
\ ears'reference irom mat employer. Call on or addreks J.
S., u M 4tb av., harm ss store.
A6ITUATI0N WANTED- AS COACHMAN AND
grooin by a simile young mau who thoroughly und.-r
stands his business; lie it c.ty referi nee. Call on or address
\\. C., Netison k Guild, 37 Union square.
A SITUATION WANTED-AR COACHMAN, RY A So
ber, stead v and capubie man, With II tears' recommen
dation from aat place Can be seen for two days al J. A.
Simmons', 19 We.t 'i-.th at.
A COACHMAN WANTS A i-ITUATION, CITY OR
country ; thoroughly an erslan. s the care of horses and
driving ; eigi l years' hrst c Ms reference. Address T. B.,
box I4*i Heialu otuce.
A YOUNG MARRIED MAN WANTS A SITUATION AS
I:rat clasi coachman ; cm drive frmr-ln n?nd, or won d
late a place us fanner; perfectly uiMerstat.ds bis biu'nrss;
wlii be found honest an t obliging; three years' refei enc* f rom
last einp over, Call at or address 1H6 Lorriroer st., W llliame
btirj, for three days.
CCOACHMAN'S SITUATION WANTED.?IS A CAREFUL
) and experienced city drive? ; live years'city rslerencs.
Apply to or adore sa COACH MAN, 1,26'J Broadway.
ClOAt'HMAN WANTED?A PINOLE MAN, TO (10 T(f
I ibe country; u exceptionable re.erences required. Ap
ply to THEODORE E. LALDW1N a CO., 7b6 croadway,
corner Itith st.
/ lOACliM AN'S SITUATION WANTED -BY A SINGLE
\ ' man; thoroughly unders and* tils btialness; will make
blmsei. keneially usntul; best city re.ereuce. Address B.
II., bos lii4 Herald oil.oa.
COACHMAN AND GROOM'S SITUATION WASTED
y a young single man, wl'.h hist cass c ty or country
reference; ? >ti. Ittf and oidum,; la a cnrelu,, steady driver.
Ad Hess W. M.. box tii llera.d otllce.
C'OACHMAN'S htu.VI ION WANTED-BY A SINGLE
/ young mm, or aa groom ; understands the care ot horses
O onrush y aim la strictly temp, rate; don't chew nor amoke;
will .e lound wining and oblijng; ciiy and countrv reler
ence; mi o iieri'.-n in the country. Aduress COACHMAN,
box lii Herald olbce.
/ t ARDEN IvR'S SITUATION WANTED-BY A SINOl B
man (Scotch), who Is teoroughiy competent; under
stands grapn ies gr.-enhoune, lawns, vegetaoies and h.s the
b<st of lestimonlals. Ca.I or address A. MoC., Brldgeman's
seed store, b7d Hroadw^y.
/?"AEDKNKR'H SITUATION WANTED-BY A SINGLE
\J man; thorough y uinlerstands ihe care aad manage
ment of greenhuntea, , rnper.es, flower*, fruits and v. geta
bi. s; has hrsl cl.isa reierences. Addresss J. M., box lilj
Herald oikce, (or two daya.
CGARDENER'S SITUATION WANTFD-BV A RINGER
1 man (Scotchman ; hak li.nl three year's experience In
tills Country and morong.ily un er^lands tils business{
forcing uraoes, peaches, Ac.; greeohouso, llower ground,
fril ls an I vegetable garden. Gnil un or address A. Mc.C'.,
Eil'J.m iii's seed store, B>4 Broadway.
Wanted iiv a yo ng man, a sncation as
coaenman and woo d make blmselt generally useful.
Apply at 2e cl rmont av.. p.. D., Hrookivn.
WANTED-A PLACE Ab ( OACHMAN TO A PH', Sl
oan by a colored man; beat references given. Apply
at lui hast Wth st., four.h ttovr.
WAN n I) -ii Y A R: IP) CTABLK man, a situation
as co.ichmun or gruora ; thoroa^hly underatands the
n sna^eioent ot horses. Address J. B., Bergen I'm t 1'oir
oil Of. fi. J.
WANTi D?A SITUATION. BY A COLORED MAN, AH
coachman . can I urolth Ihe best rs'erenue Irom his em
ployer. Address J. 1'., ii!6 Gold St., crouoyn.
WANil.D-A COACHMAN AND GROOM'S Nil I'ATIflN
by a single young man; underhand* his busmes*, city
or eoun.iy ; wohtig ano obiUins; urst class city rsisrsnuse.
? Address f. X., box 144 Bar aid ulUO?
9?A??AND OARDBXHIM _
WAnlIfnD?^i- SITUATION AS COACHvAN AND
eountrv- r??K^f? ' ?*n mUk! aoarvfol driver; city or
prefc)nl Addm. B., bom
W coichmln mniTI "41!ION BY A GERMAN MANAS
tliorouah 1 v - bMt r*f?r?lf ?' ???lw?Und? hto buslne*
(ire?nwlo& it reference' AcWtom or 0*11 on A. B., 00V
WAw,??~m.n FI?AT??' BY A RESPECTABLE
? bt?1 CUT rer?r?n^lC "?*?I ,nd *room ln a prlvaM
123 aUl hran ch oice, 1^)okly n. ?D ?rtdareM * bo?
WANTED-BV A SINGLE YOUNG MAN A BITI'A
jIL.10? J5 1" "^nVnTot
iAN, 4. Eut iVi't, ~iKd.?.?tD ?f d?ACH
W^/mFn^t.n'u^Ii?^Ar11 0 ARDKNER, I!Y A 81N
roake hlmsetf ??r..?- ?! bor?e*. cow< and willing to
I>ENER,boi21l?HeMlfwB^ltr refewnofc Ada"?. GAR"
fiissis
Y^oach-mn'.n l8?01''5, WANT9 A SITUATION AS
or C ,B Uk" c*ro ?r >niall garden.
rZ fr,? . .'T'11' UMH11; nine ni.iutb*1 Kodd reie
S&, 7th^iT., corn'fr ot 12th'sT" J" *' U?'
HKLF WAN'TEU-JIALKS,
A PondS1 \he W.^N'rEO-WHO IB CAPABLE Of
-*.* . Bondutiin. tbe editorial part of a wetUlr nrwm ?nrr'
?0ll,rH'bre" aDd KnKH?h and a no un
aemand tbe German language. Applicants address. with
pmticulars, A. Herald offlce. anurias. wun
A SMART, ACTIVE COiiORED BOY, ABOCT 17
who pan"m?ki'm ?ir' "'0 country for the lumraer; one
Ifa II a.'M .177?ed?r at?* U*8 UL A> ** belw?*u "
A UA'Jfc? ^fTED-ONB WHO 18 WILLING 10
?V? ?.'4'te b,?'?" generally useful. Apply at ihu Clinton
riace Houjq, JoS Bro dway, oorner of 8(U at.
A ?ILN.[?i w"A1*TED-ON SALARY OR COMMISSION,
9 to 8,roo-n No."' mcSE?M. ^ h"UMbollL c*?
A HoSaffi MAN A8 000K AT THE yOSHAY
A*2!K?? B?Y WASTED-AT Ml BROADWAY, UP
i... ,l*lri . mu*' b? u goo i penman and well reooinmended.
Ah,?,!JANIEI!"T(1 WAIT ON TABLES AND MAKE
biuuelf generally useful. Anjily at 37o Sth ar.
B()?efrr^.nIS?~IM ^,DRUti STORE, TO MAKE HIM
?vmi??If ? y U"^ 1 i mint reside with nil parent* uud
WdHt. **<?m??ided. Apply at 3.1 4th uv., comer of
R?I?WA?T,:D?A S,MART. STOUT LAD, ABOUT 15
to lea^T^fh??hn?n.? a "!bole; 'I? 'ace ind embroidery house,
hlnu*" g"atr*"T Ad
F?E> f?VrRv?PE'_A bmponsiblk party WANTI D i
Armi.^ i* new4 ixnJ ^aluiible data of machinery
Addr^MATOilT^t%^;;rS U,e* I
HMR?.I'1AN ^NTED-A CAREKUL. COMPETENT '
?Vn.i/? ' ?"?'. 'laT8 a knowledge of nteara and run a
Pearl st? w tbout eDSlLe- Apply at Strangers' Rem, 61U
PL^N HOME TALK.?A RENTS WANTED, TO SELL
if: the rUh!?i W.?n:,e,rf"i,-nU bSM, ,8|,|lnl! boolt eTer Offered
fishers, 5i!? Broome's!! "*LUi * 1'ub
OHOWMBN AND SPECULATORS, ATTENTION I- I
. ? ?'"anas'r, with same cpitnl, to exlilljlt the
fi* il'. i t 7 w*f s?tt 41.('no dally | rolits sure. Call at
lufi W pit Twenty-hub street, carueuter shop.
TVTANTED?A YOUNO MaN FOR THE OFFICE, TO
rl, 11 hT.?i ?r . .fifnerally usrtul; must wrlle a toon and i
! ' : n !.he C,,T' bf *' "" ei'ly I" t'?e morn
t" i<? -1 e ,r''"c"- ?De w1,? '? ?nerpctli: and '
X'"ordlng K. iho faith!ul poriormance !
b*u,lw,rl ln?. Ovlnir age, relsr?Lce, i
reaicience, ic.f LLhUK, Herald oiUce. !
WANTED?A PLAIN YOUNO MAN WHO UNDER- I
f, s Uklng care r.f a hone un.l to make himself !
goner.llr iiteful with a private familv In Hercen, N. J.: ri'f
atTp. V'at'i^Bea^r st.1*1" P"r n'?mh WUl1 rJ" Il"'u're
WaNTED-a MAN AS STEWED OP A PLEASURE*
,* * ' 1!!"J he competent Rtid furnish eatlg ?clory r?
AW)ly'0yV- K LAWittNCfi.
TXTANTED-P R WHALI SO TOVAfiES, COOPERS
.caJ?ente.r,? blacksmiths, cooks, stewards ana stout
i!i?2 ... i'p T *l lbe ""dquarters to J. MOK1SON A
cu., lua smith it,, up staira.
\\*ANTED?FOR WHALINO VOTAOES, 15 HTODT
this C0?PeM ??rt h acksiniths. Apply
tin* ua_. at lfcti v\ est st., corner of Reade.
- D. L. PEARL.
\\rA^,TKPj" AOKNT3 TO SELL STOCK DALE'S DIA
' * ??nJ itn'feiibapener. Call c,n or address STOCK
9 untH i? D olel? coner Weit u<l t'oitiaudt sta, from
|V E WANT A GENTLEMAN COMJMTPNT TO SOLICIT
.uJi P*tr >nage for our new work on bMorr, sclcr.co and
Un^uagi's; Situation permanrnt und pronuhie
Mo.MfcN AM >, litss A CO., 117 Nntsaii s ., room ML I
\y ANTBO-CANVASSERS FOR AN ARTICLE WlilCH i
it room'"!*"7 al Inquire at 13J Naas^n J
IYrANTED? AN INTELLIGE.VT AMERICAN BOY TO
. *tv. c.?i.1 rV?.m; 0Be *ho ??n cotn<* w?;l 'ecommended
may apply at Earle'a Motel, before 10 A. M.
WANTfcD?A SMART, INTELLIGENT BOY, U TO 18
yeara of a?e; hest n'fsrercrs. Arplr at h Ann st
room No. 7, irom 10 Ull II o'clock. 1
"11r ANTED?A SMART ACTIVE BOY; MUST BK
.ILrWft'iTT^n^1 reogmm"iJM-C4i,b
?rANTED-A YOUNG MAN AS PORTER AND SHIP
'? P'?i< clerk in n wholesale house. Address, slating are
aQd salary etpucted, P. C. B., Ilerald olDee.
11'ANTED-AN INDUSTR10U8 BOY. I'SED TO WORK
1? FniwnStW,PaPer 0lUCe 1 W**e* Tbe Tot)?cco Leaf,"
W^Z?Dr\ BOY' ,16 TP 17 TEARS OP AGE, TO
HRnmilItiS'2^.:?n<! ,a,rT tb* ""t1,1 montna. Apply to
H. BOOIIKK, While it., comer Centre, after 6 P. N. j
VyANTED-A BOY, BI-.TWEEN IS AND 18 YEARS OF
# ?Wend a bar. Appiy at 20 Kasi Broalwar
from 7 to H A. M. Keferencr* required.
d?9 ^0 PKI^ PAT?"""? PERSONS CAN FIND
gOlZXfcH&Sgahumbug "?turD"" < bulub
TIIK TIIADIW, " |
ATHOROUOH AND stf.aDY tradesman, FOR
manufacturing of broad *11* and ribbon*, wants a Bttua
tlon ; t* *t n-lerenor* can lie given. Addreas M. DuNAUB,
407 East 14th at., In lb?! Flore.
CCOOPERS AND blacksmiths WANTED?FOR A
J wh.illng troyage. Apt>ly this day at 186 Weat at., comer
or Read*. P. L. ffJAKL,
IrtNORAVER OR DE8IGNER WANTED FOR THE
'j finest class of Jewelry and diamond work. A man of
arilstlc taste and experience will I nd a cond filiation with
liberal wages. Address STARK A MARCUS, 22 John at.
H
OUSF. CARPENTER WANTED?A GOOD mechanic!,
possessing good habits, arnhiHofia and Indnstri ua, to |
lead In bul!din? country bouses; permanent employment.
, Addrea* landholder, Herald oilice, giving experience
I and references.
JEWELLERS.?WANTED, A FOREMAN; american i
preferred; mint be a good practical jeweller, nnder- i
?tand ttrat ci**s work and he accuat imed to larbe too.a and I
i machinery; oi steady baidls, undoubted Integrity and acre*
ai>le disposition. Adlress, with real name, full partlciUrs,
refermc a, ac., H, If., box 5,7u7 Post office. j
j OITUATIOS WANTED-BY AKADDLERV HARDWARE ,
' O japanncr; thoroughly understand* the business; la com- !
petent to do work In any hr inch of the trade. Addrea*
JAMES TIGHE, 817 i.reenwich at.
TWO EXPERIENCED architectural draughts- '
men wantei Imm-dUtely. Apply at No. 846 Broad
1 way, room Stf, from 2 till I P. M.
w
ANTED-A YOUNG MAN AS ASSISTANT BAKER,
at BEARDSLky'h lunch room, 36 Liberty street.
TIT ANTED?A FIRST CLASS COOPER; ONE WHO IN
t v oeretands trimming ale barrels. Call at ib-- Excelsior
Brewery, 219 and 2SI Kith nr., between 94th ana Soih sis.
I ?/ANTED-A FOREMAN IN A UOR8E shoeing
I Tv shop where a large nnmh. r of hand* are employed.
Address, by letter, J. B. 11., No. 34 West 41th St.
WANTED-A WOOD WORK machinist; GOOD
wage* and s'e.idv employment. Apply at Nos. 7 and 9
front at , Newlmrg, N. Y.
WANTED-FOR MY NEW pianoforte FACTORY,
2v)0 first class piano workmen; steady work guarau
teed. J. P. HALE, 479 luih ay.
W' ANTRD-A FIRST CLASS CUTTER FOR A MER
cbant tailoring establishment lu a ?ood sized Western
' Oily; best references required. Iu'julre at Scligman, May ?
. Isaac.'. 3 5 Broadway.
W' ANTED-A POSITION BY A COMPETENT MAN,
#bo thoroughly understands the manutacturlng of
gentlemen's an'l ladles' underwear; can control any amount
of tirst class help. Address I.NIifc RWhAR, Herald ollice.
! PKBNUtl Al>VKltTl.HK.1IKNTf*.
TTNE DAME KRANCAIBR (VI'.UVR), 1NSTRUITH, PAR
U lant I'angials, dealrn itne place de confiance dans ni.e
famlHe "U .d ins line ruulaon d'attaire et de r< sponsabilile;
| p.is d'objeeilou pour la cauijiaitue: les mcllleures recom
i mamlatlons seront lourmes et dcuianae.es. Adroaaer M. E.,
lift) Weal 16th st.
UNE FRANCAtSE, BIEN RECOMM AN DEE, DESIRE
nlacer dans tine famllle respect*'de pour sotgner lea
1 enfant*. V.slb.e pour deux Jour* aulM7meav., entre la
| 21m" el 2Jme rue.
j TO liKl I Oil bVURKW I'tlKWIW.
A?TO LKT, 81 V. N ROOKS, 50X55; TWO ROOMS,
? 04x60, ample steam pawer; one blook trom ferry.
F. N. i> OVB, 111 Milton street, i<reenpolut.
Bond STRBhT. to let, a laroe house, ar a
whole or In Moors, for dwelling or iiUklaeo* purposes.
Permits ol W. A. COLLINS, 33 Pine street.
Basement to let-??im, between fiftieth and
Fifty-seventh street*, on Thir I avenue. Apply lol'H.
Vol./. I N O, ii47 Third avenue, between Kilty sixth and Fifty
seventh street*.
F>OR RENT CHEAP?WITH STI1AM POWER. Wf;LL
lighted Loft* and stores lor manufacturing purposes,
neitr Canai and Centre street*. Addreas no* 3,i>6it Poet ollice.
nouN FOR LUNCH COUNTER, IN A BROADWAY
11/ Hainple ttnom. lient cheap. Addres* M. N., Herald
ollice.
Steam power t?? let-rooms of every De
scription, Noe. ut.l to 3J* I.n*t Twe,.iy-stuoU<l street;
also In i euiro and Eiut street*. Apply to (A P. HAIX, lgJ
Elm street
W LHT FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES.
ST0R1 TO LhT?M CATHARINE BTREBT. Off OAIt|
baa been a shoe store for M jtin! It li food for any liusl
ness i icaae given. Apply to J. P. PAYTfcN, 166 Henry at.
rliBT-THE FINE STORE AND BASEMENT NO. 9
.?arS!In<iulre of Mr. PHhLPB, at Charie*
trait's, 10a Pulton street.
r LET -THE FINK CORNER STORE, THIRD AYR
Due and Fifty-eighth sir.* t, JGxSO, in Iront of Trrraos
Garden; three years'lease; rent $l,u00. Iu.iuire on tlie pro*
mises.
TO LET-IN THE OLD HERALD BUILDING. OFFICES
suitable tor business and light manufacturing nurooses.
Apply to BARKr.R A COSTER, 97 Nassau street.
rPO LET?THR STORK AND HOUSE 845 EIGHTH AV?.
JL nue; alio First and Third Floors of home 839 Eighth
avenue. Apply on tl<e premises, or of EDWARD TIMP
BOW, 115 am! (17 Nassau street, room II.
TO LET-AT A VERY LOW RENT, A HOUSB AND
Store in Grand street. Inquire at 111 East l'hlrty-flrth
street.
TO LET-A FINE, SMALL OFFICE. OVER GROCER'S
bank. No. 1 t'olleee place: also two or three lurnlsUed
Desk Rooms. Appily to JU11N LLOYD 4 SONS, No. 7
Warren street.
TO LET?STORE AND CELLAR, WITH ENTIRE
Building If desire i; has just been put In perfect order t
French pia:e Irontj well adapted for dry goods, shoes, Ac.,
Ac. This li one uf ihu best corners on Columbia street. In
quire at 83 Kumm.t street, Brooklyn.
TO LhT?STORE CORNER OF EIGHTH AVENUE
and Forty-i ighth street; tip top stand tor dry goods,
shoes, liuls, clothing, Ac. Apply at once to l.HAMBKRLAIN
A Ac-iiFoKUl, corner of i-i^h-h avonue and Forty-fifth at.
TO LET OR TOR SALE-ONE OF THE MOST PERFECT
brick Factories In the city; linely arranged for wood
workers or machinists. Address STfcWA11T HARTSHORN,
box 144 tlerald otlice.
TO NENT-AN ELEGANT MARBLE STORE AND
Basement on Walkor stre< t, 3U0 tact from Broadway; size
60 by 100; rent $6,000. Address box 3,1X53 Post oflloe.
UWELLINO 1IOCHB8 TO I.Er.
Funilskvd.
A FIRST CLASS FOUR STORY HOUSE, FURNISH
ed, centrailv loo at* d, to let, three months or longer, at
low rent to a responsible tcuaut. Address ALFRED, Herald
?nice.
A SMALL FAMILY OF ADULTS, OCCUPYING A FOUR
story brown stone house on Tweaty-hist street, close to
Broad war, will let th? s>me (furnished) to a quiet family
and retain the third floor, with Board. If desired; location
unsurpa.s d; tw i bathrooms and ail modern improvements;
best refeience* give i and required. Ad-iress M. L. CURTIS,
No. 3 l.adt Fourth street.
A SMALL FURNISHED HOUSE, CENTRALLY LOCA
trd below Fourteenth street, to rent for Board of pre
sent occupants. Address dOUSE, Herald otlice.
A BARGAIN IN A FURNISHED HOUSE TO KENT?
On Went Mn ten nth street; large three-story, high
stuop; modern improvement! .vc.; rent to a good tenant
oii.y ,'t12j per month; immediate possession.
JA.MtS it. KDWARDa, 277 West Twenty-third street. i
A FURNISHED HOUSE TO LhT?CHEAP; THE LOW
er Part of house 439 West Nineteenth street, oonsiatlnK
of seven routns. Inquire as above.
A NEATLY PI RNISHED HOUSE TO LET - NEAB
Fifth Avenue Hotel, boarders will remald. Rent low.
Inquire at No. 40 West Tweuty-iourtli street.
IpURNlSHED HOUSE TO LET-180 KAST SIXTEENTH
street, tour story brick House, c raplete In every re
spect. For permit and particulars apply to E. H. LUDLOW
A CO., lift hast Seventeenth street.
C^REAT BARGAIN?$160 PER MONTH.-COMPLETELY
X furnished Cottage. 6 rooms: ample closets; gas through
out; heaitby location; 80 minutes from Forty-second street,
near Hudson river. Call at lirfl West Forty-second street.
TO LET?A FINK THREE STORY BROWN STONE
House, completely furnished, in Gratnercy Park.
HOW ? x CO., 10 Pine street
TO LET?FURNISHED, A MODERN BRICK HOUSE,
brow n stone basement, complete In every respect, OB
East Broadway, near Montgomery street.
HOWE A CO., 10 Pina street.
TO LET-A FINE FURNISHED THREE STORY HIGH
stoop House in a first ciasa location, at reasonable rent.
Inquire of KE.UPN.Mt A SCHLOS3, 270 West Thirty-aixlti
street.
TO LET-AT WASHINGTON HEIGHTS, A FURNISHED
House, and grounds (three acres, tn lawn, lrull and gar*
den; stable, Ac.; views beautiful.
b. HURRY, 49 West Thirty-flrst street.
I'm iirnished*
House to let and furniture for sale?lo.
caton one of th? Lost la tb- city, surroundings first
class; front and rear commanding three sire-la; range,
h-atrr, w*tir pipes, Ac., in perfect order; furniture nearly
new ; rem .j'J.IWO; lease four years ; price of furniture 4176,000.
Address REAL WORTH, Herald oolce.
ONLY $550.?PLAT NO. Ill MOUNT EDEN, 60 BY 109
feet; 30 rods from boulovard and ten minutes from de
pot. Inquire at No. S Tenth street, opposite Central MorriM
bia station. .
TO LET OR LRASE-A RARE OPPORTUNITY, A FIRSf
clas* House In a first class neighborhood, 26 West For.
ly-flfth street, four story orown stone. Open to-day from Is
till 41
TO LET- THE WHOLE OR A PART OF THE CORNBR
House Nns. 6 Bast Bruadwuy and 18 Catharine streets
containing barroom, extensive basement and 30 rooms; espe
cially tit for a lodging house. Inquire at No. 6 Chatham
square.
FCOMSI1BP ROOMS AND APARTMENT^
TO I-ET.
A DESIRABLE LOCATION FOR BUSINESS MEN;
furnished Rooms lu private l'aml.y, for gentlemen only;
no meals. 13 Rond street, near Broadway and oppoeitd
Grand Centra) Hotel.
Aback parlor, newly furnished, will Bti
let to gentlemen, singly or together; also two smaller
Rooms, newiy furnished. Inquire at 34 Second street, neal
Second avenue
A NEATLY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM AND BED.
room to let for housekeeping, at $7 per week. Call el
666 Hudson street.
ATRIVATF. FAMILY WILL LET DESIRABLE FUB
nished Rooms, without board; a few doors west ol
Mxtli avenue; possession immediately; references required.
Apply at 128 West Twenty-secund street.
AT 107 FAST THIRTIETH STREET, BETWEE1*
Fourth aud Lexington avenues Several newly and
handsomely furunhed Rooms to l?t, with privilege of bath.
Terms moderate tu permanent parties. Family private.
A PRIVATE FAMILY WILL LET A 8UIT OF Fl R?
msbed Kuomi. Apply at iuO Weit Forty eecon J street,
near broadway.
A private family will let part of their
Cot.aye, nlrel* furnished, for housekeeping j all modern
lm rovements; rent reasonable. 1(1 Thirty-first (Ireet, neal
Lexlngtoo avenue.
IrU'RNISHKD ROOMS TO LtT-TO GENTLEMEN
1 only. Only those who osn appreciate superior MM
mo?lat tuns and can pay for them need apply. K? Seventh
aren ue.
Furnished floor ro let-to a small family.
for light housekeeping ; also one or two Parlor* to let
to geutlameii in brown stone boaie 12< West Thirty-first'
street, near Sixth svsmia
Larue, cool, airy, furnished rooms?spurn.
dM location, convenient to the parka. US Irvlnz place,
butwecu Fifteenth ami sixteenth streets. Summer pno-s,
Nicely furnished rooms to let_?s ami im'
per week, at 146 Ihird street, a few doors east of the
Bowery.
ri'WO YOl/'NO men can be comfortably ACCOM
X uimlate i with a handsomely famished back Parlor, with
two oe.ls; terms reasonable. 84a Kast Ninth street, between
Kirst mid Second avenues. *
fro LET TO A GENTLEMAN WITHOUT BOARD, A
J fiont hall Room, nlcisv furnish d; house all the modem
mpr?rera-!iiis. 3*3 it est Piltrsnth street.
rpo LET FURNISHEll OB UNF." RNISHF.D rooms.
A to gentlemen or gen'leman and wife, in a private Ameri
can family of adults. Apvly aiilll West Twenty-fourth at.
110 LET?ONh OR TWO very DF.SIRAHLR FUR,
nished Rooms, opposite the Uilsey Home; price reason
able. Inquire at 34 West I weiity-ninth street.
ffO LET-IN THE STRICTLY private HOUSR NO. M
1 Rutgers st rest, near Henry, one or two garret Rooms,
furnished or unfurnished. A single lady prelerred.
TO LBT ?FURNISH ED ROOMS, TO 8INOLE (1ENTLR<
men. Apply on premises, 123 Fourth avenue, asar luloo
square. .
mo RENT?handsomely FURBISHED ROOMS FOR
A gentlemen; references. 77 West Twelfth street, between
Fifth snd Sixth avenues.
THE furnished LOWER PART OF A HIGH STOOP
house to rent?On West Nineteenth street, or unfuN
nished If wanted; occupants going to Europe wish to rent
imme.lutelv to a good tenant.
JAMf-.rf R. EDWARDS, 277 West Twenty-third street.
7WKNT fourteenth STREET. -TO LET, WITHOUT
board, en suite or singly, at summsr rates, noatiy fur
nished Parlors ami Heuronins.
Q/\ EAST NINETEENTH STREET, NEAR BROAD*
OU way.?Handsomely furnished Rooms to lot, to gaatle
?nrn. Relerence.
A it WEST washington PLACE.?A PKIVatii
1 zi family residing in their own h.iuse wonlu let three
handsomely furnished Rooms lo gentlemen, without board;
S:s to 45 per weak.
C7 EAST NINTU STREET, BETVVKKN BROADWAY
t) I and Uaiveraity place. Suit of Rooms; also single
Rooms; larne, airy and nicely furnhhed; terms advanta
geous to parties rsmalnlng in city during ? unmer.
lOO WEST FORTY-SECOND BTREI *. -hanhsome
l iy furnished, eool summer Rooms, en suits or sln
glv, great reduction In prloes lor gentleman and families >
borne comforts and gentility. Call and see.
I'MFUKMNHhl) ANI> APART.
MKNTH TO I,FT.
A WORD TO THE WISE 18 BUFF1CK NT.?SPLENDID
tinltirnlshed suits ol Apartments. 1,81ft Third avenue
and IiCfth street; cay and country combined. Call and see.
Inquire for Mrs. BLakk, janllress.
A PARLOR FLOOR, THREE ROOMS, WITH carpets
and mirrors, lo doctor, dentist or dreasmaksr; If re
quired would add one or two Chambers. liH hast Twenty*
second street.
rpo LET?SECOND AMD THIRD FLOOKB, SIX ROOMS!
1 water closets ana irss on each flour; all I., good order.
Rent cheap. Inquire at M7H Second avenue, between Kl>ty
iirst and fifty second streets. House Is closed.
rpo LET-THE FIRST FLOOR OK HOUSE NO. IN
' ul,lc* VurP<>ses; suitable for a doctor.
ElV s? i inquire on the premises, or of CUAS. HAI
BhR, 4(>k ..rooms street, Mew York.
T?i.jkt k11,t'"';h ?k nin FLOOR AND BASE
lhe Floor, at 438 tourtu avsnue. Im
mediate possession.
yfiH WK^,, THIRTY-SEVENTH STREET. -MCE AND
coiiu on Abie Diuii of AuAriiiMQtii uufuruiiliud. to
w?Wr OQ Ml tloaty f *

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