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r CMIU, <H. 48TANTON ST.. IN THB 8TORE.-A RESPECTABLE Uarmanjworaan a* cook and lo a-wl?l in the wmbing. QO WEST 1STH ST., BETWEEN BTH AND flTH ivi-Two rcnpcctahle young girl*, one un Brat elMNOook. the other at chambermaid un<l wallreaa or to do MMvimf; l>e?t city reference; country preferred. _ OA EAST :ei? ST.?A COMPETENT GIRL AS COOK, UT wu.-tiier and kroner; excellent rofereuuea Off ?T1I AV.. NEAR WAVERLEY PLACE, SECOND 0*J floor, back ruoin, rear.?A rcapectable girl as good ;ook, waaner aud lronor; good city relercncc. I q | WEST 4UTII st.?A YOUNG GIRL AS OOOD JOt plain cook and to wtth and Iron, or to do general housework In a small lamlljr. 1A(\ WEST SflTH ST.?AS OOOD COOK: UNDERII w aUinda her business and cau make good bread ; understands a dairy ; no objection to the country; city relereuce. 1 iQ EAST 21 ST ST. (PRESENT EMPLOYERS).?AN 14-t) English Proleatant young woman as cook; tfk'tly firstclans Inoverv branch; willing to assist with washing In a small private family. Cau be aeeu this day Ikon 1U to 4 o'clock. WEST JWTH ST., BETWEEN 7TH AV. AND Jl't-1 Broadway.?A competent girl In a private family aicook; very good washer and lruucr; good references; city or com try. WEST M8T ST., SECOND floor.?a oomJL?> I pctent girt as cook washer and troner, in a suiull tamily; no objociiou to a short distance In the country. MWEBT 48TII ST.?TWO GIRLS; ONE AS GOOD plain cook and to assist In washing, the other as chambermaid and laundress, or waitress; city or country ; excellent reference. 91 >7 EAST S8TII ST., TWO l'AIK OK 8TAIHS I P, wl I front?A young girl Ha cook in a small family; heat reference. Call on or address DELIA CALLAilAN. 997 WEST 27TU ST.?A COMPETENT OIKL AS I good cook, washer and Irotirr; no ohlection to a hort distance iu the country; best city reference. 90Q east arm st.?a young woman as comXtOc7 petcnt cook; will assist iu washing if required; city or country; best city reference. 9 4 Q WEST 31 ST ST.-A COMPETENT YOUNG Xd~T*i woman as first class rook; will assist In coarse waahing; or as chuuibennaid and waitress; good references. Call for two days. 9 *r 1 WEST 1?.T1I ST.?A RESPECTABLE ENGLISH wot girl as tirst class cook In a private family 1 no selection to a sliorl distance in the country. OQQ 1ST AV., BETWEEN 10T1I AND 17T1J STN IN giOt/ the candy store.?A respectable Scotch girl as fond cook and excellent washer and irotter lor a private awMy. one EAST 21TH ST.?A RESPECTABLE YOl'Nfl Out) woman as first class cook ill a hotel or boarding house ; no objection to the country. mEAST 31 ST HT.?A COMPETENT YOUNU OIRL as cook and to ?s*i*tln washing and Ironing; no ob lection to tlo to the couutry ; good city rolerouee. Cull lor Ura da/s. _ QO|| MOTT ST., NEAR BLEECKER, TOP FLOOR.? Oj-i'j A young Oermun woman; understands cooklnir, trashing, ironing nnd housework; in the city or country, where she can take along lier baby, U months old. OOP EAST 31BX ST., SECOND FLOOR, FRONT.?A DOU respectable girl as first class cook in a private family; no ub.lcctiun to assist with the wa-hiug; eight fears' rcferenco from her last place. O A *1 EAST 17TH ST.?A RESPECTABLE WOMAN AS Or I first-class cook ; one who understands cookin; in all Its branches; private family preferred; is a good paker and understands all kinds of creams; willing to go to the country; good city reference; Orange or fiuteii Island preferred. Jtno WEST tail ST.?A RESPECTABLE OIRL AH cook; would ussisl w.tli washing; good city reference. ' A At ( 8TH AV., SECOND FLOOR?A RESPECTABLE Ti') woman, with a child three years old, us good plain cook, washer ami iroiicr iu a private luinily ; cliy or country. QC/I 1ST AV., BETWEEN 47TII AND 48TII STS ?A OtlT voting girl as cook, washer and lroner; Is willing nnd obliging; good references from her last place ll re IJIUrVU. Wll He BTIt H'l fcnunuj!'. T AD1BS, J READ rnK ARTICLE ON DRESS; WHAT 13 WORN, AND HOW TO WEAR IT, IN TO-DAY'S KVENINO TELEGRAM. Chambvrmaid*. &c. 1 m GROVE ST.?A PROTESTANT GIRT. (LATELY J. 1/2 landed) as chambermaid, to do plain keying and make herself gctieriilly useful. _ tr?7 WEST WTII ST.. IN THE REAR.?A RE Zj I spec table girl, lately lauded from the old country, as chambermaid. EQ WEST 3MT1I 8T.-TWO RESPECTABLE YOUNG Uo girls, sisters; one as chambermaid; the othei ah waitress and chambermaid; good city reference. Call Monday aud Tuesday. EAST 89TI1 ST., RINO THIRD FLOOR FELL.Zi\J J- A yoytng woman to do ehaniherwork ami on it lug, or general housework, in a small iamily; three yeurs city relerence iroin last place. OQft EAST S6TH ?T?A TOITNG GIRL, LATE IA * landed, to do upstairs work and waiting. Cal for two days 9J1 WEST 27TH ST.?TWO RESPECTABLE GIRLS Zrl one ua chambermaid and waitress, the oilier a; cook, w-ashor and ironer; no nlilcctions to u short dis tanee iu the country; have good rslercnces. nrA WEST 17TH ST., REAR. BETWEEN 7T1I ANI Zit>" s 8lh avs.?A respectable young girl to do chamber work and waiting and assist in washing ami ironing, in n small private Iamily . host of city rclcrcnccs can be given qnr EAST 32D ST., TWO PAIR OF STAIRS, FRONT.?)t h) A young Protestant girl as chambermaid ntnl waitress, willing to assist in the washing and ironing best city reference. Call tor two days. OOQ EAST 3.TD ST.. SECOND FLOOR.?A RESPECT 0^50 aide voting girl ns chambermaid and waitress it a small private Iamily; lias four years- best city reierenct Iroin present employers. Cult lor two days. r<Q WEST 87TII ST.?AN HONEST, CAPABLI i) tJ girl as chumbt rinoid in a private Iamily. 1(\("7 2D AV., BETWEEN 88TII AND 87TII STS. .UU I top tioor, tront rooms.?A respectable, youni girl to do ehaniherwork and waiting or chamberwurf aud sewing ; u > objection to the country lor the summer best city reference Iroin licr last place. Cull lor twi days. _ 191 7 SD AV., FIRST FLOOR, REAR ROOMS.?J ,j?d\ I respectable girl hs clnimhermaid and waitress would assist in waslung and ironing. Call ior two days. WANTED?A SITUATION AS CHAMBERMAID ANI waitress, by a respectable colored girl; no objectiol <0 the country. Address S. J., Herald office. DrMimalirri and ksamttmiirs. 2 5TH ST., SOUTHEAST CORNER OF BOWERY -/ dresamakcr, who cuts, tits and trims in the latcs style, wishes work by the duy or week; charges vert moderate Call or address. Of\ WEST 4TH RT.?A PARISIAN DRE8SMAKEI Xd\' would engage by the day or week. Last ParLiai fashions. 00 WEST 9TIT ST.. BETWEEN 5TH AND ?TH AVS.Oat Mine. GRENIKR does French dressmaking in all it branches; walking costumes and elegant evening dressci are made in the most fashionable style; also cutting ant basting at, short notice, aud her charges arc far less thai any other first class, reliable dressniakerin the city. 1 99 WEST 20Tn ST., BASEMENT BELL ?A COMPE 1.A/U tent dressmaker wants work In private families cau do all kinds of iamily sewing, lit ladies' and child rcn'i tilts; cun operate on Wheeler A Wilson's machine; iu objections to a permanent situation. n/ll EAST S9TII ST., CORNER OF 8D AV.. OVKB g?Ul the grocery store, ring No. 4 1)011, or lmnilre or the top floor.?A nrst class and fashionable drcssmakei wishes a few engagement-) by the day or week; can cut, lit and trim in the latest style ladies' polonaise, hnsi|nc> and evening dresses; can operate on different machines. Q I fl EAST 18TH ST.?A DRESSMAKER, WHO UN O'lU der.stanrts cutting, fitting and triiumlnft In style for ladles and children, would make an engagement by the day or week; would like the country; can operate on machines. Q/?n 4TfI ST., CORNER BANK.?A COMPETENT ODiJ dressmaker would like n lew more engagements by the day or week; n perfect fit guaranteed. .J-lfT 6TII AV.-A DRESSMAKER WISHES A FEW rrl?A more customers; will go ont by the dar: can cut, fit and trim in the latest style, fall on or address M. T. /19ft WEST 42D ST. ?A RESPECTABLE OIRL AS TlwO seamstress; can do all kinds of family sewtng; operate on three machines; would assist with chamberwork, and see to children; reasonable terms; city or country ; good city relerence. QAO 6TH AV., BETWEEN (ATH AND 4?TH ST8 . Ot/t) first floor ?All tashlonaMe ladles desiring a competent dressmaker, superior cutler, fitter and trimmer, who will go to thetr houses aud take work home, call or address all the week. YOUSfTPARIBtAN LADT, DRESSMAKER. WANTS a few more engagements by the day: Is a real artist fi r rutting and trimming; tits perfectly latest fashions. Will call In answer to letters addres-ed PARISIAN LADV, Hi-raid office. Would accept n permanent situation as forewoman In New York or any other town. A dressmaker wishes t<? no opt by tiik lay ; price $1. Address A. A. K., box 105 Herald Uptown Branch ofllee, Uroadwuy. Ueneral llowseworh, die. 90J. **** 'TT" ST.?A RESPECTABLE OIRL TO AJV~?_do general housework. Call for two days. *?A ^F.ST ST.?A RESPECTABLE YOUNO girl to do gcueral housework; has good references. WEST S2D ST.?A~RE8PECTAHLK VOUNO WO^gt JfJ man to do housework; city or country; oxcalIcnt referent**. ?J9J_ WEST I7TH ST?A RESPECTABLE WOMAN )*gTr to do housework in a sum 11 lamtly, or would go as housekeeper; no objection to the country. AQ A OTII AV.-A YOUNO WOMAN TO DO HOUSEt Ot work In a small family In tht country; can cook, wash and Iron; $14 a month. u'JT wrii a~v . between <bd and mth sts.-a 0?J1 respectable girl to do housework in a small family In the city ; good city relerence. I Jnnsekeeper*. die. 2[V (ITn AV.-A VOUNO LADY OF TWENTY-FIVE, arrived in the elty (torn the South, edueaied ana r> lined, to take charge of a gentleman's household; a fentleiuan of means preferred, as she Is lliily c< tR.ieleiit o make a housi' pleasant and cheerful; relerence* exchanged; no objection to the country. Call for three MiW wo'jiktrlMUIl< "*rl,e* "eert uot *"*w<:r f oil ou KEW YORK SJTl'ATIOMS WAMTKO-FKMAL.ES. HouMkeeptn, Ac. HH DELANORY ST., NEAR ESSEX, SECOND 1 I I U Moor ?A* housekeeper to a widower, with buihII family, or id a respectable small lauiily or hotel. ad ; dress. _ I mWEST ?> ST . NEAR 7TH AV.?A WIDOW I I h? hoosekcepei R?r a * iduwer or buchclor. Call of addrew. Laaadruun, Ac. 1q clintos place, Eiairrn street.-wasii. . I" loa. Ir.-n im, Fluttlng, Putting, Lace Cm lain Pic,ii Vt: in- n. pi rli-ctioii. rn K AST N4T1I ST. PRESENT EMPLOYER's.?AS ?J?7 flr-i class laundress, or to do chauiberwurk and , lino washing. i GO TnOMPSON st.. TOP floor.?A RESPECTABLE DU Herman woman whhes to take In gentlemen''' and families' washing; good reterenee. Mrs. HIlltNNER. II n 7T" AV?A RESPECTABLE WOMAN TO DO iio washiug, Ac., outside, by day or week. ELLEN RILEY. OAQ EAST S8TH ST., TOP FLOOR -WANTBO, HV on experienced launrtre-s, gentlemen's or family washing; shlrfo and collars dono in superior stylo. 010 THOMPSON ST.-AN EXPERIENCED COLiilO ored lauudre.M solicit* washing U> dti at houio; linens. Ac., dune in superior sly la; ordersrttulve prompt attention. OOA WEST lflTII HT., SECOND FLOOR, KB tr.-a A?)u respectable wuinnn to go out to work by the day; la nn excellent waalier and iruuer and understands house cleaning perfectly. I) I - WEST 31ST ST., BETWEEN 7TII AND T11 iT'J av* ? A respectable person a" laundress and ehaiiitierniald; good reference from last employer. Call or address. 8Q7 EAST 32D ST.?AN HONEST WIDOW WOMAN j 1 to do washing Tor a family or a lew single gentlumea; good city reterence. Mrs. ROSE. OOA EAST 21 ST ST.?A FIRST CLASS LAUNDRESS Oi)u in a private family; can do all kind* of due washing aud French liuliug, good rcioieuces. Call for two days. u 8T < BETWEEN 1ST AND 20 AVS.. TOP OttJL floor.?A tlrat cla** laundresa would like some family or gentlemen's washing at her own homo; nndorstands getting them up In the heat atvle Call or address. yf"M WEST 26TH ST., SECOND FLOOR. ROOM 6T11 A first class laundress wishes to do ladles', gentle meu's or families' washing by the month or doreti; puffing and fluting dono ncauy-, term-* moderate. AC) | WEST GST ST., TWO VUOWTfl STAIRS. T-^'r hark room, lelt hand.?Washing taken in imm faniilu uud individuals: would go out liy the day wash ing or l.oii,.. leaning; satisfactory refer, nee. ,\i? I 7T11 AV? BETWEEN MTR AND IWTH STS7t)T A respectable woman to do n few gentlemen's or families' washing; is a ttrat class tiutcr; Pest city reference. 0 j i) 2ND AY., CORNER OF JUT 11 ST. -A RESPECTH'l j able woiuau to go out by the day washing or ironing. QQ7 1ST AV., SECOND FLOOR, FRONT ROOMS ? c70 l A r?s|ieetable girl a* laundress and chambermaid, or to do waiting, tine washing uud irouing; competent in all; very best eily reference. TIT ARB IMP AND IRONING DONE WITH NEATNEsS TT and despatch?By Mrs. EDDY, 76 Suffolk st (rear). H ii rats. iVir, 7ft WEST flOTH ST.?A YODNO WOMAN TO Tli WF.L 1 U to California: Is nu excellent nurse; or would go as lady's maid. Cull on or address M. M . tor one week. "IA7 HUDSON ST., JERSEY CITY?A WIDOW J'/l lutly, burned out of home in Chicago, as nurse, senmslrossor housekeeper; possesses the requisite nmilillCtlfont Cull on or address lor one week Mrs. REACH. ' OQQ WEST 3.TD ST.?A YOUNG GIRL, 111 YEARS, to take cure of cliihli-eit and make herself gene 1 rally useful. UN AV., BETWEEN WTH AND MI STS.?A Ami' > I respectable young girl ns nurse, or thumbcrmaid and waitress in a private family ; ri lennce. OflO EAST 6.VITI ST., OM PLIGHT, IN THE HAl'K.??U*> A young married woman as wet nurse In it jirivutc family. Call tor two (lays. Q1 ft EAST 30TII sr., 2D FLOOR-BY A Ynl Nti GIRL. O.I U lately lutidod, to take care ol children uud other light house work. 011 WEST 26TII ST., SECOND FLOOR.?A YOUNG OtI girl as nurse and plain sewer; understands Wheeler A Wilson's sewing machine; best city refereuco from last (date. Oil LEONARD ST.. WILLIAMSBURG.?A YOUNG, I healthy woman as wet nurse. EAST 11TH ST.?A YOl'NO LADY TO TltWI'.r, ztijJj to England with a lady, to take care of children or to wait on ladles, for the pussage only. Cull or address for live ivi i ks. 2d AV.. BETWEEN HIST AND 8U> ?TA?A 1) I U young girl, lately arrived trout England, to lako ' care of children or ?lo light homework;- al.-o a young wouiau to go out hy the day w a- hi:i_- or lion .< 'leaning, A,?fr 7 Hudson st.-healthy vucxi; woman tt> UtJ I nuiso a Inly. ; gEE THE EVENING TE LEG It AM TO-DAY. 1 Waitresses, &r. 4A(\ CTn AV> IN TIfR FURNITURE STORE.?AS r v) tlr<t claw wait rets; will assist in cJiaiiiLerwork ; 4 city or country; excellent city reference*. Miia'cllantoni. > AC) KING HT.-A LADY WANTS A SITUATION FOR Tw a girl who Is honest and willing; eun be seen at 1 her present employers. 1 CD WEST 1STII ST.?A YOUNG GIRT, TO MIND i-?JU children and do npstairii work and plain sewing; I no objection to a short distance In the country; excellent ; references. 1 Kfl EAST 30TH ST., TOP FLOOR.?A YOUNG GIRL, _1?7?7 16 vears old, to make herself generally useful; 1 understands waiting; Lost reference. To be found at her ) mother's residence. 997 west 16th st.?a young french woman I I as lady's maid or gorernes* in a private funlly: speaks French perfectly, excellent references. Call or address lor two days. ! i QOl 20 AV.?A TOl'MO (iIRL TO TAKE CAKE OK j i ?J_<J children and to do plain sowing; is willing and ; obliging: country preferred. ' C-tO 9T1I AV., CORNER 10TII ST.?A GIRL, 11 si*"! years old, to mind children and do light chaiuI berwork; good reference. _ A' N EDUCATED FRENCH I.ADY DESIRES A HOME In a Hchool or family in exchange lor her service*; ) gnod references. Address PARDHAN, box lit) licruid Upt town Branch ofllcc, 1,26ft Broadway. A GERMAN LADY, TEACH INO FRENCH, MUSIC and the other branches wl?he* a (dtantlon as governess In a private family; best reicrences. Address M. D., ^ box 117, Herald Uptown Branch office. 1 A WIDOW LADY OF OOOD STANDING, UNDF.R' JY standing German and English, capable ot giving Instruction In all kinds of Icmale domestic work, seeks an ' engagement as assistant teacher, or otherwise, to cliilj drcn. Address K. V., licrald office. A LADY LEFT TO IIER OWN RESOURCES, A native of Canada, wishes to ancotnpanv a lady or fainllv to Europe as companion; is an excellent dress* maker; can give the highest references. Address M. L., J box ItlH Herald Uptown Branch office, 1.269 Broadway. 1 A YOUNG LADY OF T1IF, HIGHEST RESPECTA ahlllty, education and refinement, as companion to a Isrty or to teach young children; can cut and tit children's clothes; understandsshirtmaking and all kinds ol nunlly sewing; best reference given. Addre-s< Miss ' UAitDINElt, box 109, Herald Uptown Branch office. Intelligence Oflleei. | A LL PERSONS REEKING RESPECTABLE EMPLOY*. J\ mi lit in any capacity can secure good situations at \ AOF.NCY, No. 4 West 4th st 1 pKRMAN SERVANTS FOR ALL POSITIONS, CANT pablo and trustworthy, constantly found at did Bowery, entrauco on BlaeCker st. Mis. LOWE. HELP WANTED?FEMALES. " A ?EMPLOYMENT FOR A LADY IN A LIGHT, i _A? lucrative and respectable business; three hours a day ref|iilred. No. 7 Warren st., office 29, up stairs. pOOD MILLINERS WANTED?APPLY' TO KAUNiTWKlLER A LEWIS, ?7 Mercer st. (MRL WANTED?TO DO GENERAL HOUSEWORK IN T a family of four, twelve mites In New Jersey: must be a good washer and Ironcr. E. M MASON, No. 1 Chambers st. "11'ANTED?A FIRST CLASS LAUNDRESS. APPLE TT at 2*1 East 17th st. TV-ANTEP-A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSEWORK, at 353 l-.ast ?9th st Wf ANTED?TWO GOOD OPER ATORS AT CO vTS TWn I IT good tinIsher-and three good buttonhole makers. EKED RUTII, S6 1st ?v? top floor. TIT A NTF. t)?A PERSON WHO TIIOROITOHLY UNDKRTT stands tiiannfurtnrltnt all kinds of neckties und is capable to give out uml take In work. Alt 4 Me A HKSDIX, ?M> llrnadwav near Grand "tree!. Tir-ANTED?OtRLSTO WAIT ON TAHI.ES IN LATHI'S' V? ttti l gentlcmcn'sdiiiliiK room*. Apply iroin 'J till II, t Ct'KRIER'S, 144 Fulton ?t., up etalrs. "tirANTED?A WOMAN COOK AND DISHWASHER; II also a hoy; only those used to restaurant work atnl recommended. Apply at Home Restaurant, MO 3d a*. "ITTANTED?til)OD Fl.'R HEWERS, AT C. O (UNW Til hit's SONS, Ctrl and CtH Hroadway. Hours of work from 8 A. M. to ills P. M. TTTANTED?OIRLS WHO UNDERSTAND HOW TO VV assort raps. Apply Monday neat, at south west CorRill I, .1 un.l lit ?v \VANrED-TN A PR,VATE FAMILV, a i.oodi'(kik, YY willing tn Aasut in waahing mid ironing: high wagc>. Apply betwM n ii ?nd :i o'clock at3lH> WeftlCd Ft lirAfCTKD?oood HANDH TO work on MERINO YY Inlanta' cap", y>y b. frankl, ?80 Hroadway, liuIwwiGrAnd ami Broom* at*. Wanted?two fir^t clara opfp atoi.'h on Wheeler A Wilwn or Elliptic Sewing Machines. i Apply at 117 Varick atrect, room ?. WANTED-A WOMAN TO COOK. WASH AND IKON; to a good woman good wage* will b? paid. Impure At it Grove at. thla ilay. ait anted?a (1iri. to do general. hot sework vY In a email family; ninat be a good washer and Inmer. Apply at 9S* W'eat I >01 at. H i.r NI'UK's -WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A YOCWO, j YY healthy woman, with lt?.-eh br<a?t ot milk, to nur?e j a child tw o uioullis oW. Apply at Mi West 17th at. 1 ; HERALD, MONDAY, JU HELP WA\TEl)-PEMAI,ES. t\"ANTfci>?A OIKL FOB OBBBRAL HOUSEWORK: TV nuiHt be m good vUin cook, Manlier and lronrr 739 "asii Slat at. WANTED-A!? AMERICAN OR (IKRKAN GIRL TO * ' ilu general housework In a -mull family ? ! twouer^t'A_ Apply ?t 1m WanTlt r place, corner West lOtn *t I1TANTKD?A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK, "v washing uml Ironing; food watu pui<l to good worker. Apply m 752 (ilh ?v.. below tin- depot, in tin- -t,,re WANTED?A FIRST CLARR CHAMBERMAID ANI? It w aitress, to go a short distance In the country. Apply ut d5S Broadway, up stair*. WARREN. HI* A DONE A CO. Ur ANTED?TO GO IN THE COUNTRY, A NEAT, sensible girl us nurse (one child' and to make herself generally tine Cut; a steady place anil goisl wag.*, fall to.day (Monday), between 1 and 2 o clock, at 234 etth avenue. WANTED?THRKK LADIES OK GOOD ADDRESS ' I and business ahllitv; must he experienced operators on the Wheeler A Wilson, drover A Raker, Howe or Willeox A UilitH sewing machines. A protllahle arrangcment can lie made bv addressing box I,Oil I'o.-t office. U'AN'TF.D IMMEDIATELY AT 537 :tl? AV.-A MIDdie aged Frotestant woman to do the work in a family of two and one child; to such a one u fair compensation and the comforts of an bumble borne will bo given. Eiuinlre lor one week. WANTED?A SEAMSTRESS IN A SMALL FAMILY; sewing all done by hand; innst embroider huntlMiincly ; wages $10. Apply nt 135 Ea-l Itltl -t. WANTED?GIRL AT GENERAL HOUSEWORK. INII quire lor two days at 334 Madison avenue, lit at door above 43d st. _ "WANTED?COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL m housework in small, private family; must be plain cook and good washer and Ironer. Apply for two days at 139 East 12th at., between 3d and 4th avs. "117"ANTED?A GERMAN GIRL. WHO 1H NEAT AND IT capahlo, for general housework on a Ilat; referem e required Apply alter 0 I". M. at 739 7th av. "WANTED?A YOUNG GIRL, ABOUT 12 YEARS OLD; vv orphan preferred. Apply ut 574 lllh uv., between 43d und 44th sts, A DIES, READ THE ARTICLE ON DRESS; WHAT IS WORN, AND HOW TO WEAR IT. IN TO-DAY'S EVENING TELEGRAM. SITUATIONS WANTRO? WALKS. A MAN COOK WANTS A r-'lTI VT10.N ; CITY OB country ; call carve. Address L. Hernld otili e. VITI ATION IN A WHOLES YLE OK OTHER .STORE, k_t ii goon euiieation aim sooer; no oo.iectiuu iu leaving city; good luppcr; security given. A. robinson, 170 Bleecker at. ( LKHKS AM) (iAliE^JttRS. ADRl'll CLERK WANTKD?WHO HAS HAD A FEW years' experience. Apply at JH Vuii Brunt street, South Brooklyn. ADitru clerk wanted.?a young man with reference lYom last employer inuy apply at 33 Montgomery st., Jersey City. ABRCAYMN WANTKD?BY A HI^T CI, ASS liookkeener; he Is a good penman in English. French, spun i; ii and German. Address F. N. F., Herald , ttice. Accounts adjusted and books balanced and scientifically kept; book" hulanrcd. however complieutedly contused. Address A. 11. It., bos 3,4X1 l'ost office. , a crop nts, eight languages. ARREARS WRITXV ten up; hooks opened, kept, examined cr hula need ; references. JAMES cox. -17 Wall street, third flour. Bookkeeper .wanted.?nonk bi t a steady, competent man need apply. Address, with references ana amount of salary required, MERCHANT, stutton l). TITANTKD?A VARNISH SALESMAN who CAN com ?? irol a good trade; a'Uberal salary will be paid to the right party. Address J., box 127 Herald office. CH THE EVENING TE LEO RAM TODAY. COACHUM ANI> SARDEHERS. A FIRST class farmer AND VRORTARLE GARXX ffener, 20 years in the country, wants a sitiiatlou on a gentleman's place. Address J. P., box 123 Herald office. A COACHMAN'S SITUATION WANTED?BY A I'KOTesfnnt yottng man; single. Call on or address J. D., St East 40tli st. ACOACHM AN AND GROOM'S SITU \TION WANTEDBv a single man : first cla-* reference as to honesty, sobriety and capability. Can bo soon at 1,3;0 Broadway, harness store, corner JStli si. A GERMAN, SINGLE MAN, WHO SPEAKS ENGLISH and French, wishes a situation a< coachman or horsetrainer; has good re'crcnces. Address L. M., Herald Branch office, 1,265. Broadway. AN ACTIVE YOl'NO MAN WISHES A SITUATION as coachman and gardener; competent ami willing to be generally u-otul; goisl rcld'oncea; wages moderate. Addrtaaor cull at No. 4 West 4th at , rimni Id. A SINGLE YOUNG MAN H'UOTKST A NT) WANTS v situation hh coach aud groom or coachman; country breferred. Address J. J., Herald Uptown llraiicli olllcc, l/AiS Broadway. ATOUNG MARRIED MAN WISHES A SITUATION as coachman and gardener and to make himself useful. Call at 400 Washington street lor two days, iruin Id to 12 o'clock. , AKESI'KOTAHLR SINGLE SCOTCHMAN WISHES a situation as first class gardener; good reference from present employer. Address g. W., Post olhce. Mushing. L. I. A YOUNG GERMAN WANTS A SITUATION AS coachman; good groom and first class driver; hus thorough knowledge nl the business; best city reference. Address F. b..x 112 llerald oltlee. Akabr1ed man (german), WITH FAMILY, wants u situation on or before the 1st of August as gardener or farmer; he knows how to take care nt greenhouses anil ginneries; best 12 rears'city relcrences can be given. Address m. iv. gardener, box ion Herald oAee. A GERMAN SINGLE YOUNG MAN WISHES A SITUntlon as coachman and gardener; can hrlng pood reference. Address H. S., box 11U llerald olllcc, lur two days. A SINGLE YOUNG MAN AS COACHMAN.?FIRST class city references; no objection to tliu country. Call on or address W. Jl. N., l.'di East 32d at , privuic stable. A COACH MAN'S SITUATION WANTED-BY A thoroughly competent man; understands caring and driving In all Its branches; can produce the test tlt.v reference. Can be seen lor two days at 1M2 Utb a v., between 5Mli and .vttli ats t saddler's store. (GARDENER'S SITUATION WANTED?BY A MAN T who has a practical knowledge of his business, including greenhouses and graperies; nl-olheitnproveiuent of country places, from plans already drawn or oilierwise; nine years' reference from oiie place. Address GARDENER, box 172 Herald office. SITUATION WANTED?AS COACHMAN; THOROUGHly understands his business ami Is a first class eitv driver ; best references. Apply to M. T., Graham's saildlery, tin University place. SINGLE MAN WANTS A SITUATION AS COACHMAN and gardener; understands the care of horses, carriages and harness; thorough, able and willing to work at aiivthlug; first class reference. Address U. G., box 2U4 Herald otWcc. SITUATION WANTED?BY A FIRST CLASS GERMAN gardener (married, with a small family); understands Ms business thoroughly ; also undcrsUffrt* the management of a fann; best references glveu. Address l"b. H., Herald ofllce. coTttitinv u'.VTVn liv ? urstu'cr uti r gin & ried man, a Protestant, as coachman; thoroughly understands the rare of horses and < arrlages; 1 a gotxl plain gardener, and La willing t?? make himself, amorally nsetul; two y ars' host retrrenre irorn Inst employer, TThols In town at present Address \V. W.,box iltiileralii Uptown Rrancd office. WANTED?A SITUATION AH COACHMAN AND groom; lately landed; would prefer tho country. Address V. B., SIM lOth av. titanted-a coachman and gardener* ?T silnatlon, by a sober single man; ran milk ; Is willing to make liinvoll useliil; good roteruncc. Address, lor two days, T. box 121) Herald olllre. TITANTED?BY A MIDDLE AOED COUPLE. NO ?? fnmn.v, American*, situations; man as cnarfiman and plain gardener; wife ts a first rate cm k and good linker. Address O. L, Herald offlM, \VrANTED?A SITUATION, BY A STRONG GERMAN ?t married man; know* how to take rare of horses and drlTe in this city or in the country; Is not afraid of work ; well reconiiiieuded. Address A. Li., box M ileruld olttrc. WANTED-A HHUATION, BY A GERMAN COACHman and groom; understands his huslm ssthorough ly; jjco i city driver; is willing and obliging; would do gardening and milk If required; wife as drst class rook and baker; city or country; good retrrenre as to sobriety. Call on or address for two uays JOHN SCJIMID, S46 East liltll St., M CI lid floor. Tl'ANTKD IM M E DI ATE L Y?A THOROUGH PKACtt tlcal larmer, brought up to and fresh from the business, that can not only work, bnt manage a large farm, Hill v stocked. In n good neighborhood : prefer an Amerl ran that understand* New Jersey larminu, Ir m to pi years old, slnvlc: situation permanent; near this rlty: rrrerrnro required as to moral china or and capability. Address, with particular#, KAKM ORNKK, Herald ofttee. TITAN TED?BY A SINGLE YOUNG MAN. A MTU ATT tion as groom ; is willing and obliging; would like to go In the country and assist In garditilug If inquired. Apply at or uddrtts* private stable tfti Ka t 3ot!i st.. lor two I day*. | | ffilf EVENING TELEGRAM TO DAY. ttBLP WAVTED-MU,l;s. \ DEMAND.?MEN, WOMEN, BOYS, girls, learn j\ Teleitraphv, f'ii). Wo are prepared totfhe position*. THOMPSON'S Colleae, SO Court" avenue, oppo .:c Cooper Tiisii'utt*. Day and evening. No vocation. A YEW KNRRGETIC MEN WANTED JMMRDIAT1 . To lake- order* in the city or country lor one of llio Uncut book* In llie market. ii'iw turn, iKACk a rurr.i.rp.-!, ? r,e< ktnanji Auents wanted immediate!,y-for quick Mlftblc article. Apply at ro iml, Suit building. AGENTS WANTED?TO SOLICIT III! INSURANCE. Apply at the Republic Lllo Insurance Company*, M Broadway. ______ At.i.n. c WANTED?To M i.l. kCM'HK BATE NT Index. Vilo and Binder; to |lnn d tv ea*!ly made. Apply tor one week to I'. II. moss, (MA Broadway. ATHOROCOHLY PRACTICAL MAN AS FLOORwalker or manager In a lane- retail e*tal.ll*1it;ienl; permanent situation and good ?atary ofl'ereJ Ad'lrevi, (ivine tormer eniplovmenr, a,.larv oxpei toft. Ae , (>,, boa W uptown AdverUtUg omoe, w>. wwt u?i ; LY 22, 1872.?WITH SUP? HRLP WAKTBD-MALBS. i AH INTELLIGENT BOY TO MAKE HIMSELF OENEraliy nwAil in the rlrua atone 1,183 Broadway; must live la the neighborhood and rnmo wall recommended. BOY WANTKD-IN AN IMPORTING HOUSE; MLV-T he willing to make liliu?clf v< ueiully use Ail; one residing in Brooklyn preferred Addreaa, with reference#, IMPORTER, Heraldoffice. BY TIIK PHILADELPHIA PUBLISHING COMPANY, 733 Hroadway. a man ?.f liheral Catholic education, over 20, who will be punctually at the oAoe at eight every morning; $13per week;uiuat l>e well rccotnnu ndcd. Ap plv alter 10. T?Y MANHATTAN flVWINll MACK INK COMPANY? r> Si-T rul tiinroiorlily reliable men to sell sew ln? ma- I chines; those uuly are wanted who are ol gentlemanly address, persistent eticrxy and temperate habits; with such remunerative arrangement* will he made. Apply from 9 till lit and 2 till 3 at 6t3 Broadway. g.ARKEKPEB WANTED.-APPLY AT 123 WOltTU ST. XTIXON HOUSE R8 4TH AV.?A YOUNO MAN 1a w unled lo ? nil On table In h restaurant. L MX'i.N TIT ANTE D?T W O WAITERS AT SHOWLKlt'S OYSTER tt House, <*48 Broadway, corner BlcoeEer street, W ANTED?A COLORED BOY. WHO IS A tittOD It drlier. Apply at 142 East 3Uh at., in the ollkc, before 11 A. M. X\TANTED?A MAN WHO UNDERSTANDS BOTTLING TT soda water, at 463 Hudson ?t., corner Barrow. GEORGE. TTrANTKD?SMART MEN TO SELL A NEW ARTIOLR >? needed in every household: easy sales and unod profits; capital roiiulred, only $9. Address box 1,041 Post other. fXTAMTlD?cFNTEKL AOENTS; MOST FORTUNATE it eliiiuee to make motley pleasantly urd surely; $3 to $12 dally without tall; convenient article fur everybody. 610 Broadway, tip stairs, office l. W ANTED-I1Y AS IMPORTING HOUSE, A EOT OP nent appearance and residing with Ills parents, to run errands; salary $3 a week. Address, in own handwriting, box 3,7 3 I ost office. WANTED?FOR SHORT WHALING VOYAGES, rr coopers, carpenters, blackrQtnhs. seamen and rtoat voiinir AiiK'i'irau* and Germans at the Whab men's Head quarter*, UW South ?l J. MOKtsuN ? COTlrASTER?A HI?Y ABOUT lrt V K A US OK AGE. AP t> piv lictore II A M. at the trnlt store In tlic Erie Railroad depot, Long Dock, Jersey City. Take Chambers street terry. "W'ANTKD -AN \ M I It I OA \ LAD, A ROUT 14 YE A RS H ot Hit'-, who resides in this city j a hHRdsome and rapid penman and uulck and correct nt figures; must have unexceptionable references. Address C. M. A., box 1UU Herald "dice. \\'AN I F.D?TR AVELLERS TO APPOINT MUM I ft for a superior w ashing machlue. Those who huve : acted In that capacity or who have heen accustomed to j appoint intents for sewing machines and can furnish itood reiercuci a, and who are willing to work on commission, | may address box S.SffT Post office. I IIT"ANTED?1,000 AGENTS TO CANVASS FOB THE ft "Complete Herbalist." I will trlve such terms and ! furnish such advertising facilities that no uiHti need make ! less than $'2t*t per month and all expenses, no matter whether he ever ciin\asscd before or not. For toll particulars cull on or address GEORGE T. ARTHUR, !w Liberty street. New York. UTAMTgn?A YOUNG MAN AS WAITER, WHO UNft der-tunds the busliuss. Apply, with reference, to PHILIP MILL1GAN, 1,2M> Broadway, between Id and 1-' o'clock. WANTED?AN ASSISTANT BAKKEEI'KB WHO CAN Vi lurnish $i,utiO cash: can have a good situation. I Si nd addrers to L. L. L., Herald Uptown Brunch office, l,St<0 Broadway. 1\'AN TED?A Vol Nt; MAN To OPEN OYSTERS AND ft wait on tables; must bo temperate and not alraid to work. Call at 11 o'clock to-day at 356 4th aT. t^EE THE EVENING tklegllam to-day. THE Til ADEN. A well known architect WISHES AN ENgagement us loremuu in a first claw office doing a good business, and where lie can nurrhnso an interest If satisfactory. Addrc-s AKCIIITKCI, box '-(). Herald olflce. Merchant tailors and wholesale clotiiiers can always olduln llrst Mass cutters anil journeymen oy applying to DI1TMA1CS Tailors' Agency, 217 Greene st." NewVoM. mo CONFECTIONERS.-WANTED, A MAN ON A. B. J. and cream work ; must 11 first class workman. WRIGHT Jk MOODY, It) Cornhill, Boston. KllEKU ADVERTISEMENTS. TVF.UX .IKCNES FILLER FRANCAIHKS, NOUVBLLEl) uient arrive;*, dodrcut ae placer dims line lauiille atncricainc. B'udressor u lAtt (new No.) Johnson at., William-lutrp. TINE .H'.I'XK SUISSE, l'ARI.\ NT FRANCAI8 KT J 1'unglais. desire line place pour bounc d'enfants et eoudie S'adrcsser pour deux jours cbez Itov. Dr. A. VERKKN, 28 West 22(1 st MLM AT ACCWOM. i LLEN II. miner. auction EBB. j\ Salesrooms MS Cliambera and 77 lteadc streets. ALLEN B. MINER A BRO., lulc Henry IT. Leeds A Miner. ______ (Established 1847.) Arch. johnston, auctioneer. Olltce unit salesroom ST Nassau street, opposite the Post office. Rtrreopticon, with Views, Ac. JOHNSTON A VAN TASSKLL will sell 011 Wednesday, at 12 o'clock, at their salesroom, b7 Nassau street, a very line and complete Ntrreopticoii, with \ lews, Ae., complete, .-lilt ilde lor Sunday schools or public exhibitions. The original coat $700 4 RT SALE OF ELEGANT A OIL PAINTINGS. JOHN-TON A VAN TASSKLL will sell nt auction on WEDNESDAY AND THUKBDAY, JUL) 24 AND 2j, AT 12 O'CLOCK EACH DAY, at their salesroom. $7 Nas-nu street, a superb collection 01 American and European Oil Paintings, being in pnrttlic production ot our most favorite artists. The Paintings arc now on exhibition, with catalogue, at our salesroom, 1)7 Nassau street. _ 4 LllKHT B. WALHRON, auctioneer. 1\. Ilnrse Mart ins Liberty street. HORSES, WAGON'S AND HARNESS. THIS l>U, AT 12 O'CLOCK, WAI.DRON A COOKE will sell us above, fifteen fine road and work Horses, Buggies, Rockaways, Phaetons and other vehicles; light and heavy single and double Harness. Descriptions 01 Horses at lime ot sale; warrantees extend twenty tour hours; sale positive, rain or shine. . AUCTION -ADMINISTRATOR H RALE OF HOE*Eft, Wagons, II rorss. , p Tuesday. July 2.4, at lUo'cloek. i corner Grand and Elizabeth streets. Six superior work Horses, six Bu-incas Magnus, Canadian Carl, si lip le and double Harnesses. Lease Stable, Utensils. Mary Brown, Administratrix. H. P. rAlRCHlLD, Auctioneer. t 1 rrioN salk. auction iau. A. This (Monday) Marnlng, Commencing at Iftk o'clo 'k. LUKE FITZi.EltALD, Auclioneer, Will poll nil the elegant and costly Furniture contained In private r(M deuce 120 West Twenty-third street, namely :?Mngnltlcent 7'4 octave rosewood Piano, (cost parlor Huits, Mirrors, BOO yards Carpet, bedroom Salts, in rose wood and walnut. Bookcase, Ktagcres, WM volutin s of Books, oil Paintings, Bronzes, basement and kitchen Fur nltnre; over Iks) lots by catalogue; sale positive; goods boxed and shipped. Auction bale. Elegant Household Furniture. Tilts DAY (MONDAY), at the private residence 3t> West Fllleonth street, near Filth avenue, commencing at lti'u o'clock, Drawing Room Huits, Pompadour, Mario Antoinette st vies, Cabinet Ktageres, Bookcuse, Cnrpets, Mirrors, Ciirtalns, Paintings. Bronzes, clocks, rosewood Pianotort... celebrated milker: rosewood and walnut Bureau. Bedsteads, Dining Furniture, china, (il?is Silver Hare; Basement ami Kitchen Furniture; Furniture servants' apartment*. Hale positive. 1 AiOfST MARTINET, \"Ctl:ZCCT% ALFRKD A. CALDWELL, At'CTIONKER.?THIS DAY 'Mondavi. at I (Hi o'clock. tiv order Administratrix, M. Doughty (deceased), :ontcntsof store 7'j Nassau street, near Fulton, consisting ol' Parlor Hulls, Bedroom Units, Mirrors, Oil Painting-', Brussels and ingr tin Carpets, oil. clotlui. Hat .Stands, flair Mattresses, Tahles, Chairs, Desks, Stoves. Hafes, Ac., wlrhont reserve, to close the business. Hale continued from day to day tintfl the whole is sold. A rare Chance for families and tfealers. AUCTION. AVOftOV. AUCTION,? Over Worth, and over lots of iii&gnlflccnt Household Furniture, Carpet*. Pianoforte, at public auction, to the highest bidder, this (Mondayftnornlng, July tt. nt IPWo'clock, at the nve story, brown stone mansion, 1184 West Forty-second street, between Seventh and Eighth avenues, velvet Brussels Carpets, Marie Antoinette style Parlor Still, in French aatiu; rosewood I'tanuiorte, Etiigcrc*. Mlrrotf, Curtains, Bronze*, Paintings, Clocks, Va*>-s Drawl ngrVnii Hulls, cosereil with crluison and gold, and Kia m and go'd i-JV ' cntrl; Bookcase, Tul-les, Calonels, Turkish Suit ill reps j and silk tassels, cost $iiU0; Bedsteads, Morenos, Wash, elands, Co in in <>dcs, Wa.diobes, Spring and Hair Mattresses, Redding, Sofas, Chairs Lounges, Korkcrs, Hideboard, extension Talde, Class, China, Silverware, Cutlery, Servant's and Bnsement Furniture, Ac. floods paeki-ii \ ami delivered for purchaser*. K. NICHOLS, Am tlom-er. IJY H. W. DAUCHT, AUCTIONEER.?BY DAUClfY A ! J J JOHNSDN?Sells this day at J o'clock, at S.M Canal street, a general assortment ol Household Furniture, eonsistlug ol several I'arlor Suits, In reps ami hutr cloth, I lirocntel, Ac.; Belmont suit* black walnut Bedsteads, | Bureaus, W.isbstands. Wardrobes, Lounges, Mirrors ui all kind", Beds, Bedding, liair an?l other Mattresses, Blankets, sheets. Bed Spreads, feather Beds, Pillows, Kxlettshin Tahles, t'halis, Hookers, Crockery ami Class Ware, Wood ware. Dining llooni and Kitchen Furniture, Ranges, I volvt t, tapCstty and ingrain l aipcts, Oilcloths, tlilim, Matting, Ac. ' By f colton, auctioneer. Elegant Hoti-ehobl Furniture, Rtolnwuv Orand Pianoforte, Oil Painting*, Bronzes, superb Mantel Orna- I nieuLs; Velvet, English BrnstM-ls Carpet*; rowwootl Parlor Stilts, In silk audbrocatcl; Dining Itoom and B< Iroutn ftoeds, Ac , Ac. K. OOLPON will sell, on Tuesday, Jttlv 23, at the private residence No. 7 West Thirtieth street, near Filth avenue. | n l ime and choice assortment of renllv good Furniture, made to order bv tho best elty manufacturers, and In- i eluding one of HUnuwav's (irand Pianos, in as good condltlon as when new, original price >l,2tM, also one plain 1 mahogany do.; elegit tr Cnniets, Laces, Curtains. nil i Piilntliigs, very superior Miitnrl (hooks mid Va#e?, | Bronzes, rots-wood and solid black walnut Writing Desks, . Bookcases. Ac., Ar.; also all ttie fining boom Furniture, Bedroom no., Ac. t'ulnl, aui-s in lima Mitli uarticitlars 1)Y MAX RAYKHgnoRFRK, A TOT 1 < > N E F. R-f> F LL* J) 10 o'cliick, West Flilt-fourth street. handsome F'urniture ol Huioon, Hsr and riaiX liar, Tables, Chair*, Mirror*. Ac., | o itirrlv, In lots MAX BAYbRBIJOKFER'H office, 24A Bowery. nY MAX BAYRRHOORFV.R, ALTTfORBRR BFXUI 12S o'clock, 271 Esst Houston street, first class tval- | mil Fixture*, rl> h Har nti<l Hack Bar. n?w Ha+stello Tables, Clmlrs, ck-aunt Mirror" ami Pictures, Glassware, Ac., positively, In lot*. Max haYKHSIXiRFKR Suffice, MHowery. Hv mat Rayrrbdorfrr, aivtionf.RR?hp.ixr f\ o'clock, 17k t'hrvstts ?ireei, handsome Household Furniture, t aruet* Ac I In lots; dealer* Invited MAX It a YKKHOORFRR, 214 Bowvry, corner Stsnton street. LEME^T. *Aim,'+T 5?f*u ' ,~j T^-?w tou^ mtvmmi oopWr-ci.v ??: iu*r*rr ' Adolphea F. OckerahatMr i.M mtee of the l~w n ,,rt aa?e or the Rtatea UioMt Railroad t'omiuuv, am. .... thnnar Kretaeher. K?raM>t ibe Platen !*laud Railroad Company, Laniel K. HahU ml, i> irnntee of the accond | niorwaire of llto buwu bland Railroad Company, and ' Ooonre Raw. In purxnance of a ludvmant of forerlouiire and wile mute in th.- above entitle! aotiou, aud bearitw (late the CTtli day of June 1872, I, the undernamed, tnu reieree tlivreiu named, will oxpo-e for bale nuU aellhy Anthony J. Hleecker, auctioneer, ut 1'ubllc Auction, In accordance with the provisions of raid Judgment, at the uttlce of I he Staten inland Railroad Company, at Vander dlt * l.antl Inir, on Staten Uland. In the County of Richmond, on Tueaday the 117th day ol A must, W7J, at 12 o'clock, Uuoit, the lollowiim dercrllM d preiui*r? and properly ? All the railroad of the Ktaleu Inland Railroad Company on Staten bland, ill the County of Richmond, in the state of New York, from a point on Bay street, near v underbill's I-aiidiuy, to a point at or near Uliiaainiru'N (lute Kiddlu'a) dock, in the vlllaife oi Ti tt-nvilt*, tugetlo-r with all the right* of way aud roadwuy oi wild company, and ita lauda, teueiiieiita and he red! tame nt a acuulred und appropriated lor the purpose of a aliiifle or double track railroad. and all the appurtenance* thereunto In loiulmt: and ?Ui, nil tin 1,111,fa acoiitrud or aoprohriatcd tor de pots, engine bouses, car houses, station house*. warehouses, inachlue shops, workshops, superstructures, erections nnil llxiures appertaining to said railroad, and also all the rail*, bridges, way*, piers, depots, engine house*, car houses, station houses, warehouses, machine shops, work shuns, erection*. flxturcs, privileges anu rights or the 8tatcn Island Riillroad Company appertaining to said railroad, and ail the real estate wheresoever and what?>ever now owned l?y the said railroad company, and also all and singular the locomotives, tenders, passenger cars, freight cars, and cars, carriuges and engines ot every description, and all horses, harness, stalilcs and stable furniture, and all tools, machinery and ma crials, and ull goods and chattels of every description, which now tire owned and used by the Hlatcti Island Kuih oad Company In opc-ruiing, maintaining and repairing Us suld railroad; and also all and singular the frunctUM a, rights and privileges now owned aurt possessed bv the Maleu Island Hail road Company, including Its rights to be a corporation, and all the ferry rights, terry franchises aud terry privileges now eoulerrcd upon, granted to, vested in ur possessed by the saiil railroad company, by virtue of uuy act or acts of the Legislature of the State ot NewYork, or otherwise, together with all wharves, piers, ferry houses, leases ol ferries, terry boats, including its steam ferry bouts Nortlitleld, Wcstlield, Middletown, Josephine uiid the Maid of Perth, w ltli their boilers, engines, tackle, apparel and furniture, and all the property, real end personal, now owned by the Htalcn island liullroud Company, und used by said railroud company in the opcruliou of its lorries and in the enjoyments ot its terrv rights and franchises, all ot which property Is moru fully described as follows All the railroad of the Hiateu Island Railroad Compntiy on dtaien Island, in the County ot Richmond, In the State ol New York, from a point on Hay street, near t underbill's Landing, to a point at or near Kingsburg'a (late llldd'e si dork, in the village ol TottenvlUe, together with all the right* of way and roadway of said company and its lands tenements and hercditamcnis, tunning a portion ot or lying contiguous to and on either side ol said roadway and acquired or appropi luted tor the purposes of tuld railroud, or lor depots, englm houses, cur homes, station houses, warehouses, murium shops, workshops, superstructures, erections and fixture* appertaining tusaid railroud,and also allihc rails, ties, bridges, ways, piers, depots, engine houses, car houses, stution hoii-cs, warehouses, machine shops, workshops, orcctious, tlxluros, appurtenances, privileges and right* of tile Ktutcn Island Railroad Company uppcrlalu lug to said railroad, with the exception ot that certain lot ol land situulc hi the vlliago of fcdgcwator, county mid Siatc aforesaid, described and hounded as follow*:?Commencing at a point on the southerly side of Biiuotiacn avenue, twenty-one teet three inches westerly from tlio corner ol lliu fence us the same stood August 6, LSd7, running thence southwesterly along tiie southerly *lde ol tUinousou nvcuuu 190 tect to land laic of Jacob II. Vandcrbilt; thence southeasterly along said lust mentioned land thirty-six feet six Inches; thence northeasterly und parullcl with Siinonxon avenue ninety three feet eight inches: thence northeasterly in 11 direct line about siit\ eight lect to lliti idacc of beginning. Al-n nil those certain pieces or parcels of land, land under water and water rights, situate in the town ol Nouthfleld, county and Statu nlure-ald, known and described as Yundcihllt's Landing, Ij'ing easterly of the centre line of Hay street and extendiiiK troiu the south crly line of the lauds ol the teamen's Ketreat, on the north to a line In prolongation ol the southerly side of Mmuiisou uvenue, ou the south anil extending easterly out Into the liny of New York, on a course north fifty -live degrees and fifteen minutes, east on the south side and on a course north seventy-two degrees and torly-llvo minutes, oust on the north sldo so as to embrace any grants from the (state of Ntav York, which have been or may hereafter bo made to the ripuriun owners?subject only to the public use of Hay street as a highway and any other public right ol way in continuation of Yatiderbllt uvemin now existing on any part ot said premises, and also subject to the Conditions und reservations in uny such water grants made or to be made by the state ol New York, excepting, however, trom sanl premises all those lots ot land hounded us lollows:?Beginning at the comer formed bv tile intersection of the southeasterly side ol Hay street und the southerly side ol''the continuation ol Yuiidcrldlt avenue; rnnidug'Uieiiee southerly I'M tcet three luetics; thence easterly and parallel ?> tth the continuation ol s underbill avenue seventy-live feet; thence northerly and parallel with Bay street HHi feet; thence easterly and parallel with the aforementioned continuation one loot seven inches; thence northerly and purullcl with Bay street eighty-eight tcet three inches to suet continuation ; t honor westerly along said continuation ol Vanderhllt uvenue seventy-aix feet seven inches to the place ot hcgiiiniug. Al-o ull that certain lot ot luitd situate In mo town of Westtlold, county and State aforesaid, bounded us lollows '.?Beginning at a point upon ihc easterly aide of Totten's road, distant sixty tcet southeasterly from the corner formed by the inti rseclion of the southerly side of Johns itt's avenue uud the easterly side o: Totten's road and udjoiuing land conveyed to tlic statcn Island hallroad Company by William Tottcn and wite by deed, dated October lit, lroto, tunning northeasterly along said bunt Ml tcet to lands lurinerly oi liavld Fushay and now the property o' the Statcn Island Kitilroad Company ; thence southeasterly along the lust mentioned land and laud of John \Y. \\ ilbur lot ty-loitr feel; thence southwesterly and parallel with Johnson's avenue iiuf feet to Totten's road ; thence northwesterly ulong the easterly side of Totten's road forty-lour leet to the place oi beginning excepting therein,tit nil that part of said lot ly ing wcslcil.v oi u line drawn across it parallel to Totten's road and distant scvciitv-tiv e It et therefrom. Also all that | l.-ee oi land or premises known as the Staple ton lurry dock or landing, situate In the county and State atoresald, hounded and described as lollows:^-; Beginning ni a point to tiie easterly Inia of Front street ss sunt stieet is iuid down uu a cerluln map diet) in the otHce ol the Clerk of Biciiiuoiid county, entitled map ol the properly of W. J. Staples, V. He Lauuay, M. lump klns and others in the towns ot Ca-tlcum and Ho u> till aid, Hichmond county. New York, compiled ami surveyed by Ueorge .M. hoot, surveyor. IHMt," where the southerly Una of land of said VV J. Staples and V. lie Lummy Joins the land now or late of J. 0. Thompson; running thence uurilivvurdly along -aid easterly hue of Front street lis) lict, more or less, to u point where the northerly line of fiitiitl Ktri>ct us In it I down on said mini would strike, it prolonged, tliu suld easterly line of Front street ; thence i-nslwardly in coiulutia0<iu of wilil last mentioned lint; to Hip easterly liue of lnii-l conveyed by sniil Staples unil August Helinoiit to Thiiinns Finn by deed dated .1 anbury Its, YdjK, and recorded in the office 01 the Clerk ol Kiihiiiuud county in l.ibcr 42 of Deeds, page 12ti; thence nor h .vanlli along the easterly line of said last mentioned land, Attr-acven teet, more or less, bi the northerly line ol said dork or lauding to land ol said staples ami lie Launay, as the same is lulu | down and desctibed oil suld map; thence euslwardli along the said lusimentioticd line about ninety stive loci to the easterly line of said dock or lauding ; llieucc south wanlly along said last mentioned line I'k't leet. more or less, to the southerly lino ol suld dock or landing, and thence westwardly along said last mentioned Hue IttJ led. inure or less, tn the place of beginning. And also ail the land under water lying east of and In iron t id the premitfi hereby described amToi the width ol Jta leet, more or leas, to the extreme easterly line, as estaldished by law, the whole being subject to any rights or privileges conveyed or granted by the aioresnid deed to 'lliomus Finn, dated January i\ 18ivt, but excepting Irom all ol said premises known as the Muplcton does or landing all that |iiece ol land desrrihed as follows, liei'ininn-'21" ""inl at the southeasterly corner ol land couveyeT byV. JT Staples it in! August Belmopt to tlpynias Sinn by decil berelolore ileselltieii; tlienee mulling norlbwardly along the easterly line of said last men tinned land nity seven teet, more or leas, to the uortherly line of said dock or Innding to lands of Victor de lutimuy unil W. J. Ktuples, as laid down on tile imip heretofore described; thence eastwardiy along the said luat lueutloued line seventy-live feet; llicuce southerly flliy-arvun feet, more or less, to a point where tlic northerly line of Canal street as laid down on said map would Strike if prolonged; thence westerly along said last mentioned line seventy-live leet to the place of beginning, and as to that portion ol said dock or landing described at follows;?Hcgiiiiiing at a point on tli easterly line ol Front street, as said street Is laid dow n oil the uforeiiicnlloiicd map, where the southerly lino ol Staple ton duck joins the land now or late ot J. C.'fhoinpsou; ! running thence northwardly along saul easterly line ot r ruin sirvei inriy-iiinu teet, utorc ur less. to n point wninr tin- southerly lino of Canal -'reef tin laid down o'*. said inn'i ?..Hid strike If ^,oWiig6at?*e4w6rtynwi)i k'ront ifivi-f tiiciiC' Easterly In continuation ot 9*W lant men tinned' lino of Cuuul Kirovt 100 foot, nioro or lose, to the easterly line ol' said tack; thence southerly along the last mentioned lino 'urty-uliiii leot, more or lew. to flic southerly of snla dock; und thence westerly along said last '." Uttoned lino liKi feet, more or less, to tin* |dn< c ol beginning. MioJCct to u certain indenture ol agreement between the Stolen I'la nd Railroad Company ol' the first part and John M. Armstrong und Krancia i.< ntlna of the accond part, dated September C. 1S69. and recorded In Liber 87 ol Uneds, page *?, In the oltlee of the Clerk ol' Klubmoiid county June 30, 1*70. Alwi all the right, title nnd intercut of the Rtaten Maud Railroad Com puny In and to that pait ol the land, wliui vca. land under water and water ligh.s situati at the tynaruntinu lauding In the town of t aatletoli, county and Mule alote-aul. dcsei Ibed iu certain letters patent Issued to the Richmond Turnpike Cotniinnv under the urept M'Bl of the State of New Vufk, dated April 3, 1816. and cuincfiSl to Victor fle Laming by deed irorrt Cornuliut v underbill and wife, daied May H, 136.1, recorded In Richmond county in Liber No 15 of Di'M.h. ima'U td7. Ac., w hich lie east ol the outer bulkhead line, being 1,006 Tef l, nri" Itltd one natr iuriien east ot the easterly shle of Tompkins avenue, more particularly described as follows:? Beginning In the line of Ule fence on the south fide of the former uiaiine hospital as the sntd leneo stood April i, ISM, at a point l.iss, feet 11 vo ami one hall Inches east of the easterly side of Tompkins avenue ; thence south eighty six degrees east as In r out Into I he hay aslhe cram made by said letter* pile nt extends: thence souili iuur degrees west two chains six II iks, parallel to low water mark as ihu nuns existed al the date of said grant, them ? north eighty six degrees west lo the said lastirlv oiiterllne ot the nnlk head: thence northerly along the said outer lino of said bulkluud, and at or about a right angle with the hist tin ititoned course to the point or nlucc ot beginning Also all ibat certain lot or parcel ot ground (i> tug under water at high tidei in the town ol Wesllltld a'ore al.l, and westerly ol lite division line between lit* lands now or late ol f li/abellt Hopying and the nropcrty nt Kphraim J. Toiten. noil described aa lollows:?Commencing at n point on the southwesterly comer ol said Tottcn s dock: running theuce southerly along Ilia boundary line ol said lolien lo the bulkhead us erected J title 1, ISliT (ahout list Irct): thence wusletly along said bulkhead to the corner thereof ihetng about II teet); lltence north 4ljg degrees we si IW> leef, <>r Ihereubolits, to a point til a line Willi the trout of said loin it's dis k, and 7i> leel dlstanl therrlroiu, with the privilege to sink and malnta.u a i rlh ol 12 n et gjliai e at the southwest oi Iter ol the last loelillotiet. point, together w iUi all the right, title und inteiest ot the Mali it ImjIiiI hitlh'oud Company lo the w atfi in Iront ol said pi onerty tot 70 li ct in width in iront thereof) lo the chimin I bank, and also u right ot way lit I'et in w idth iront the mam toad lo the hi Ikltead ail the easterly side thereof, the same to he tilled up level with the bulkhead. A!fd ali the tight, title and interest of tin- ritulcn Hand Railroad Company In ami to a certain legsc trout the Mat'n Islam! and New Yoik t erry Company In shuI railroad company, dated April I, Isfrt,'re orded in the oltteu ol lite <h, k ol Richmond connlv. In Liber A3 ol deeds, p>ik? f?W. April 4, I set, and to thu property therein doscribed, as lollowsAll that part of the L nt thu ouier or ca-tcrly , nd ol the pier at the tyuaranlitie Meninlioat landing, In tlie town of < nstleton, county or Richmond, which projects over and upon the premises dc-cribi d in u lease irum the members, elders and deacons ol tit. Andrew's church to the Richmond Turnpike Company, dated May I, 183#, recorded In the olllceol the clerk oi Richmond county, In liber No. 6 of deeds, page 41;'. Also all the rtghr, title and Interest of said railroad company in and to a certain lease front the Mayor, Aldermen and Commonalty of the city of Sew York to the Malen island Kailtuad ' otnpany. dated NaTCn I#, 18o7, recorded tit the office ot the Kcgtnerol the City and ovtnitjr ot New lork, In liber 1,101 of conveyance* page ?70, March n, '871, and W lite rights, privileges ami 7 K . uu* at Afcnoar. ;tr?et N w .illy trf" M w T'>rlr ?o Vtattu l?land, fP** ,v<w aJ' "* dMaWr >? ' rights ..ri ilc?-?? ?nd -ntA** iU."r?' a- t?>i.? ,(li MU ' or, ' i'?WIHI Mid iwnunxf' i? .r rtueli m* AM . nr-ii'iou <al<f l#rr/. t I. >u?i, pier. .. kite ,. I an ' ?* <: in.'. U'uiniiri I Al-u. nil n?ht, Uur ?ra im< ' "?? o. mui tV iLH*o n. iMiiv >u ami t?? Cfftato lurtW froiM Iti >rur !% Al-Ur'ueii and CuyCo**,!! of IM nf rrX A JifKo?I .i1' ' *"w Jfriwy. u'.niril App*. a, I ar'l ..n i:V i !.,,i ue th? rlU Clerk e T>rth Jrrfvr. u 1 rnonii-j "' '? > - ?A t.. .... ? ,1 , .. privilege* and property therein de*oH"?M aMoli * - vlf (h it e ruin slip or dock, hi ginning at (h oaterif Pi rrou, street a? imw laid out at the loot 01 , "uih sleet In the city of Perth Ambov, New Jersey. known at thu Stiillh street flip, win, the right- and appurieii. .. ue flit roti> li. |.,iiwli,. aii(i n|?, ttio right of establishing ar4 maintaining ? n rrv from said city to Stolen Island. | Also tour locomotives, inur ti nder*, eight pa*eenir*r cur*. s,x freight cam, uud *11 the tools, machinery, awl material*, Including two lathes, one iduning machine, one drill press, one hydraulic press, one stationary en? ne and l?<nlor. and all g.ssls, chattel*. furniture and lippile* ol e very description in the various shops and along the Una ol said road, used m operating, maimaiiiing ami repairing said ruilroud. ? Also all the trum-hl.-cs, rhrht* ?nd privileges of tho fltntcu island Itnllrond Company, whether aeon Ire d under and by virtue of the law- or the state of New York afid pui'tieuhirlv under uud hy virtue ol the acts of tho legislature of the .-date of New York, entitled and tassed reHpectively as follows:?"An art to authorize the formation of railroud corporatlonH und to regulate the same '' passed April A IsAO, "An act to viiubie thu Siateu Island. Hullrond Company to own und run utenut ferry boa**," pns-ed Mnrili 22, lsto, "An act to allow the Mrten I dutid Kan, o id Company to extend the time to continence the c. u <uu -lion ot their road tw,? rears." nits- d Jane 21. 1 SI, "An a l to allow the Siateu slaitil Kallroad Company further lo extend the llin to Coiniiieni'e the con-truction of their road. ' puved April 111. IMA; "An net to enable Ihf HUlten UUnl llioro.id Company te have, own and run ferryboats, i,u,l s lorih," pu-.-ed March 17. 1*87, and the several a,'ts uuiendatory of said acts or under and by virtue of the lit ole? es. of ferries licrelnbefoie described or o herwlse, IneiudiuK the right of Ihe St*ten Island Kallrosd Company to he a corporation. Also all bulkheads, wharves, piers and ferry houses and their a ppurtelianci'# connected with or located upon the promises licreitth, fore described. Also the steam terry boats Northfleld, Westflold, Middletown, Josephine and the Maid orPerth, with their hollers, engines, tackle, apparel and furniture, and alt the pro jx rty. tools, mnrhlnery. supplies mid materials tor aid bouts and iluck? used In the operation of said terries ami In the cnjoyim-nt of said terry rights und franchise* and situate ut the v.irh,us bindings aforementioned, including iiiiii Hk'iuu I'lle I?rlver, Ktigine and Boiler, Coal Tubs and Curs, anil atiout IJMU tons of Coal, more or less, lu the coal yard at Y*nili<ibilt landing, and generally all th? property, real and personal of the Staten Island Railroad Pninnaiiv VI luilMiw1 v?*r mul \\ hfiPf iiw?v??P HitilttU'li. I'KILO T, KUOGLkiS, Referee. Davik* A Work, Plaintiff's Attorneys, 120 Broadway, Now York City, Dated Vi w York, July W. 1WJL By cole a murpiiv, auctioneers.? bhsbxyvs sale of 175 tons It nil road Iron, on Tuesday, July 23, at Wi o'clock, nt Woodruff A Robinson's stores, loot ot Jornlonum stroet, Brooklyn. T3DWARD PETTLNGER, AUCTIONEER, SALESROOM Hi 77 Eighth avenue, sells this day (Monday), 11 o'clock, contents Dining Saloon 2.*) Eighth avenne, con-isting of Crockery, tlluasware, Tallies, Chairs, Bur, Kelrtgcrator, Range. Kitchen I'tenslls, Has Fixtures, Plumbing Work, Show I.niui's. Sale peremptory. jjknry b. herts, auctioneer. handsome household furniture. on wednesday, july 24, at i0)i 0 clock, AT no. 224 east fifty-eighth STREET, comprising velvet, Brussels and ingrain Carpets: rich walnut l'arlor Suit in broehe; Inlaid rosewood Cabinet, Etagerc, I.hcu Curtains, rich Dresden China Vase-, French Clocks, Bronzes, valuahlu original Oil Pal mines, very tine China and Glassware, tine walnut Chamber Suits, Uermuu Down Beds and Hair Mattresses. Bedding. Ac. Walnut Honkease, extension Tables, Sideboard Aft, together with the usual assortment of Kitchen Utensils. The furniture wus all made to order a tew months si nee, and will be sold without any reserve, ou aeconnt of the owner leaving lor Europe. Catalogues now ready at the office of the Auctioneer, 534 Broadway. Henry feltman, auctioneer, sells this day, at 10'a o'clock, at 5tt Ralph avenue, Brooklyn, Stock aiid Fixtures ot a Grocery, with Horse and Wugotl; also Buggy, In Lots. JAMES CAGNEY, AUCTIONEER, REAL ESTATK and Loan Broker, Kit Hudson street.?Genteel Household Furniture, tomorrow (Tuesday), at 2si Sixth u venue, In coiiseiiuence of death in the fuintly, consisting of Parlor Suit's Secretary Bookcase, Bedstead. Card Tables, Hofas, Rockers, Brussels and Ingrain Carpets, mahogany and enamelled tnHrble top Chamber Suits, lino curled hair Buttresses, Bedding, Wardrobes, Dining and Kitchen Furniture; aho a lot ot Fancy Goods, Lacur. Trimmings. Ac. ; a splendid Mocking Bird and uboilt 2? assorted Bird Cages. JAMES CAGNEY, AUCTIONEER, REAL ESTATE ANII Loan Brukcr, All Hudson street Kxcelieut restaurant, bur and billiard room Furniture. This day, at 4111 Eighth avenue, between Thirtieth and Thirty-first street*, at ib.'j o'clock, positive and without reserve or limit. The above has been fitted up wittmut regard to cost; tho very superb Bar and Back liar are of walnut and birdseye maple; the workmanship cannot be excelled ; ha- no superior on the avenue; Is portable, each panel separate, and. with Icebox, Mirror and Clock combined, conf t1,250. Five vcrv excellent I'helan A Cullender's Ulillarif Hides, complete ; about Hit) arm and dining Chairs, oval and -'poire Tables, marble top Washslauda, with Basins; out door ornamental Lumps. Awning, elegant Kitchen Range, copper Holler, Kitchen Furniture; the Bar Platcl ami Glass Ware; also the valuable Lease ot whole House; saloon ltl) feet deep. Jr. mm auction ker.-moktoagk sale, . Monday, Julv 22, at two o'clock, at 5U Great Jones street. Large lot of household f urniture, ennslwing of a general assortment, with Carpols, Mattresses, Mirror*, ' oil Painting*. Ohromus, Lithograph*, Engraving", Ac. 1'HOMAS r. PINO, Altnrnuv lor Morrgattee. il Also, Marshal's Mile, same time and place. Three Counter-, lot ot Lumber, Soda Water Fixture a, lot of marble' (on Ice Crenui Tables, kegs anil bottled Lliiuor*, bar Bottle*, Ac. PATRICK DAILY. City Marshal. fX. GIBSON, AUCTIONEER.-PEREMPTORY ACC. . tl?n sale or an elegant Residence, with plot o( Urouud, trouting on Cliltou place and Curnellson avenue, Jersey City, on Tuesday, July 23, at three o'clock P. M., on the premise*, rain or shine. Pull particulars under Jersey City Real Estate bending, this day'* Herald. MORTOAOE PALE.?RICHARD WALTERS, AUC-" tioneer, will soil, on Monday, at II o'clock, at tlm corner of Amity and Thompson streets, the Stock ami I Fixtures of a nrst elas* Liquor Store; one four-null English Ale Pump, Hnrrrli, Pictures, Mirrors, Shelving. Sale positive. S. MICH ALLS, Attorney lor mortgagee MORTOAOK'SALE.-J. P. THAYER, AUCTIONEER, will sell, this day, at o'clock, at AH Mulberry street, Fixture*, Ac., of Llipuir Store, Counter*, tine walnut huek liar, flock. Mirror, Bottle*, Glauses, round and I square walnut i nhlus. Chairs, Billiard Table, complete, with Balls, Cue*, Ac. EMIL LIPPMANX, Attorney for Mortgagee. M ARSHAL'S BALS.-S. ITEI'.M \N, ArCTKlNF.KR, sale*ronm IS Bowery. will sell, by virtue of several 1 execution*, on Monday, July >2, at 10K o'clock, at Krlvu street, corner Broome, one large double Truck. Bvorder of WM. ALT, Oily Marshal. PUBLIC SALE OK THE FOUNDRY ANI) MACHINE Shop* nt Krenchtown, N. J., on Wedui-slar, July 21, 1*72.?Brick Moulding Shoo, 40x*0; Maclii tie Shoo, AOxjk); two story Pattern Shop, Engine and Boiler House, En sine ana Boiler. Building tor storing pattern*, a Railroad Switch, an Office; all In good oriier, having been u-ed but little; also Lathes, lisner? 1';"' u?, 1 era. Mnphtne I'jpi*, Fotindry finds, i'ig Iron, Ac.; Machinery all new, o.?nd most Improved patterns. AddreiH, for particulars, P. S. KUGLEU, .Secretary, Frenchtown, Hunterdon county, N. J. PAWNBROKERS SALE.-THIS DAY, JAMES AGAR. Auctioneer, will sell, at !W New Bowery, im>? lota men's and women's Clothing, Table Linen, Sheets, Spread*. By order Mr*. Autucs, 27H Stanton street. SHERIFF'S SALE.-R. FIRM), AUCTIONEER, WILI. O gi II Oil* day, at II o'clock, at 1S3 Eighth avenue, a lot of Fancy Goods, Ribbons, Trimmings, (.loves. Thread*, Bullous, Ladies' Underwear, Ac. MOTH&WT. BRENNAN, Sheriff. Jacob KoftRUtR, Deputy. i gn THE EYE.VINO TKLEOIIAM TO-DAY J WILLIAM ABBOTT, AUCTIONEER?OFFICE NO. rt Lily Hall place-Will sell on Monday, at II o'clock, the Stock and Futures of the first class llouor store, at Second avenue, corner of Fllty second street! one ; *"" ""-dish Ale Pump, large Ice I h. -t; also a largo loiir-Jlnn "..p h?<I Hoiirlion Whiskeys, cask* of 1 Brand*. ures and splendid Couui W ine, fliil sot ol cwpMf new.. ** i tors, Ac. ' Ki nnrn iiB. AI.ADY Ft'KNISHI.VO A I.AROR BOA RHINO house would like to buy her Furniture second hand; can use both handsome and ctuimiiu furniture i will pay cash It price la reasonable. Milreaa Mia. UEEKMA.V, lleitld office. __ __ AT BENDALT.d OI.B AT A N D?C A RI* F.Tfl, PURMjure. Bedding, cheap lor cash or hp weekly sad . montlioTJilyiililitS. g. ? AN.sON a CO.. ?D. Ill Hudson street, coriii'r Cintf.'-I ( ?I^OR H AI.1?, PtfltRlTlfnS, VAtrKTH. OIL PAINT, I J\. lilies, Hronaoa, China, Olasa anuPilvervrare, In Iobr | to suit cash customers. I'arlor Suite, $.10; Bedroom Hulls. I $40; Carpeta, HI cent* upward*. Complete Furniture or . five utory realdelicu 130 Weal 23d street, between 6lh and 1 7lh aveuuea. A FAMILY ABOUT LEAVING FOR T11F CONTINENT will dispose (.| all tlielr elegant f urnlture of prlvafa i rnaldencr 121 We?t 26tli, at a rare aarrllloe tor cash, I'iano1 forte, coat $10), for $375; Parlor Suits, $75; repado., $40; 1 Heilroom huita, $45, and 3UU lula cheap lor caali lor ono | week. AMAU.NIFICF.NT DRAW I NO ROOM HL'IT. I.ATKHT style; cost $4511. for $2U); oiiedoflVl; Planohirte, I l'uliiiliips, Bronzes, ( hamper ami Hlning Furniture, China, Ilia**, riliver; properly family hamig city. 36 Weat Fifteenth alreet, near Filth avenue. AT LEHS THAN HALF ORIGINAL COHT-PROPERTY of family leaving _tjia city?Halm Br oral el Parlor ! hint, nitc?t sirie. cost # **'. mr fan: oti? na, fiuii; Turki Is-h suit, i ?at mm, for % w a'uut Reps suite, fcfi ami tiki; i'iaiioioitc, Ralnting*, Bronzes, Curtains, Mirrors, Table*. Carpets, HcdiP-iid.-s Hurt-ami, MaUrcaac*, KxtensT-n TuMe, Buffet n great Bargain lor cash. Residence, ZM Wist Pnrt> second street, bctwn-u Seventh and Eighth A Ve titles. ALARUK ASSORTMENT Of CARrF.Tfl, FITRMClure anil Roddlng, at tha lowe?t ouali price, or weekiv 1 or monthly instalment*. at tCKAK KhLI.'s w aiehouse, ZUil ! Eighth avenue, corner of Twentieth street C'AKRRTS, > Fnrnlture, Beds, Bedding. Ao Ray menu taken by the week or inouth. Terms easy. RRLLT A fh,, corner of Twenty-flfth street and sixth avenue. MONTHLY OR WEEKLY RA VR KNT8?CARRKT4. Furniture, Bedding, Ask ... . , M DBALV A CUNNlNOHAM, Mt and 1st! Third avenue, near 1 wcnty-nlghtli itroet. l'rices lower than any other house in lite city. W v > 1? TORCH ABB IOT AT ORP.F.N*'<M'I' CKMKTKRY WANTRH-AN* J one having a i-m '? * 11 cheun, for cash, can Uud a out chaser b) addressing HENRY, llerahl olhoa.