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HELP WARTHD-FRNALKS. I
4N ACTIVE LADY CANVASSER WANTED IMMK- I <
jfV dutely?For Ihc country, to take order* f*r a new i '
took (Uuirca In every household, to whom n liberal Mlary ! 11
or ft largo romiuUnioU Ik guaranteed; nUoono lor the city, i
HOWAOTH, TRACY M PH1I.L1PH, 86 Ka??au ?t. j
A GOOD MILI.INKR WANTED?AT SS EAST TENTH
Afreet. None but flr*t clrt?? hand* need Inquire.
An experienced nurse wanted?to take
cliargo of a child of two yenr?; muwt I*- a good hair- j
greaser; the rlitht one will flud a denirable iltuaUon.
11 at 735 Lexington ftv.
A LADY WHO WRITER A PLAIN, HOLD HAND
J\ dealru* copying to do at lioinc. Addr?*i 8. T. SI.,
Herald ofllce.
AKKW (iOOU DRESSMAKERS WANTED?ALSO AN |
operator on Wheeler A Wilson's machine; none but
those competent need apply. 214 Ea?t Jttth St.
A RESPECTABLE WOMAN AS NIHSE AND CHAM- {
heruiaid. Inquire of Mr. JOSEl'II TOWN LEY. 50th 2
?t.. near 7th uv.
CIOOK.?WANTED, A COOK AND CHAMBERMAID;
) English, Swixs or flwedc preferred. Apply at IIS i
yadUon a v., front 9 to 10 A. M.
IjlXPEKIKNCED TIE AND BOW HANDS WANTED-J
Will tukc a few neat sewers to learn; no work xiven I
out. WETMORK A HITCHCOCK, 271 Canal St. r
CMRLS.-OIRLS WANTED IMMEDIATELY; PLACES n
T ready; highest wage*. Come and see.
_ oDeLL'N, 11W West.Hth f.r.. near Broadway. j
VrOUSBWOBK.?A STRONCi ' 11U.; MI ST BE A
XI first das* wa?hcr and ironer and a fair cook. Apply 1
At 47 Eust .'Kith ft., from 11 lo 2.
TJOrflEKEEl'ER.?WANTED, A yol'NO WOMAN OF '
XI elean and tidy habit* to take euro of house pf a wld- 1
Jiwer living alone; not much work to be done; state axe *
And wilary expected. Addres.) M. M., Herald office c
SALESWOMEN WANTED?SEVERAL FIKST CLASS 1
lO saleswomen wanted, for millinery and fancy goods.
Apply for two day* at 287 Grand it.
1*r ANTED?TWO COMPETENT OIRLS TO DO THE TT
enllre work of a small family a short distance in 1
1... .......I .. .. ..I w ....I...^
testimonials; I lie work lnclu ies cooking, washing, iron- c
lug, waiting and chamberwork. Apply at 161 William it,
up stairs, between U and 1 o'clock, Monday. (
WANTED?* GOOD COOK IN A PRIVATE FAMILY. v
Inquire for threo days at 46 West 30th at, beloro 1 or
alter 6 o clock.
"WASTED?.A FIRST CLASS MILLINER FOR NEW
TT Orleans. St. Julicn Hotel, room 32, from 9 to 11 A. M.
"WANTED?A YOUNG OIRL AS CHAMBERMAID,
TT waitress) and to assist in washing and Ironing.
Apply at lis East .Stfth st., between ! und 10 o'clock.
WASTED?IN A PRIVATE FAMILY, A CHAMBER- !
maid and to assist In the wnshing. Call on Monday
at 12H East 2Hd st., from 10 to 13. j
"IirANTED-A YOUNG WOMAN TO TAKE CARE OF 9
TT n baby and do the washing and Ironing of a man
and wife. Call at 62 King st.
"WANTED?A GOOD COOK, WASHER AND IRONER; > i
' T wages $14. Apply at 332 West Kth si. j
"11"ANTED?IN ORANGE, N. J., A PROTESTANT WOT
T mau as thorough seamstress and to take some care of
crowing children; referenees required. Apply to-day,at t
11 A. M? at 1S.H East 38th at. _ t
WANTED?A OIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSEWORK 1
lor a family of three; one to sleep home preferred. ?
Call at 131 West 10th at J,
"WANTED-A OIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSEWORK TT
in a private family. Apply at lift West Forty-flltli -i
ttreet. J
"firANTED?FOR A FIRST CLASS CONFECTIONERY, TT
a saleswoman acquainted with the business; one -i
speaking French or German preferred. Apply, alter 10
A. M.. at 621 Broadway. ),
TVrANTED?A FIRST CLASS OPERATOR ON WHEE- t
TT ler A Wilson's sewing machine, and a few good r
hands to work on suits. Inquire at 16 Suffolk st. '
"II/"ANTED?TWO COMPETENT GIRLS; ONE FOR ]
TT down stairs work, the other as nurse and chamber- i
| maid. Apply, with city reference, at '241 East 71st st.
WANTED?A SMART, TIDY IHKLi OF IS OK 10 ^
years, for chambcrwork and waiting; po<?l ref?r- f
encut required. Apply alter 9 o'clock at 149 West 45th ?t. |
WANTED?A GIRL, TO DO OENERAL HOUSEWORK ?
ff lor three In family; German preferred. None but
flrst duty i,'Iris need apply at 110 East 43th si. before 10 A.M.
WANTED?A FIRST CLASS COOK IN A PRIVATE j
ff family, with the best city references. Apply from
10 to 12 at M :>th av. i
TirAMFD-A FIliST CLASS I.A IN DRESS AND TO ft
assist up stairs the la?t of the week. Apply, with i
rlt.v references, at 21 West 47th St., between 9 and 12
o'clock.
WANTED-A 0TRL TO 1,0 WASHING AND IRONit
ln? and assist with the chamberwork. Apnly at 118
East fiOtli st. i
"117"ANTED?A GOOD COOK. WHITE OR COLORED, c
ft who thoroughly mid'-rslxmis her business. Call at
117 East 14th st., irom 9 to 3 o'clock. i
WANTKl)-A ,1,,f>D PLAIN COOK (GERMAN); WIL- |
ft line to assist with washing; must understand her
bitsln s*. Cull, with releretice, at 132 West 44tli st, Iron i
I to ? P. M.
WANTED?A COOK. CIlAMnKKM AID AND WAITRESS !,
ft for a small privnt<- lamilv. liviup- 23 miles Irom the
rlly ; best elty rtlfrt'iire ren Hired. Apply Tuesdav, from i
I to 3 o'clock, at 2S West 3M sf.
WANTKD-A SM ART YOU NO OIKL TO DO GENERAL ?
ft housework In a siuall lamlly; must be a K"od plain
Cook, washer and ironor. Apply irom 9 to 12 at 113 2d av.
WANTKI)-A ,;IRI' TO u A" "N TABLE; ALSO TO
ft assist in washing fttid ironing, and in ctiamber and '
other housework; one willing to nlwy. not to tflve orders, "
can procure a good situation by calling at 229 East With r
t.; no dumb waiter lu the house.
MrANTED?A STEADY OIRL TO COOK, WASH AND | ^
lion; also a snrnll girl In do ll;;ht lioii-i work and , 11
wait on tuble lu a stnnll family, at 186 Henry st.
V\rANTED?A FIRST CI.ASS MILLIINER, WHO THO- j
?' roughly understands her business; reference re- J1
niiiroil; also nn apprentice. Apply alter 1 P. M. at 1,2I3)i 11
Broadway, near 28th st. ^
IV'ANTED?EXPERIENCED SALEBLADIE8 IS TIIE
?? millinei-y and trimming ilepnrtnn nts at303 6tIt av. ?
"IIrANTED?A GOOD MILLINER, ALSO AN APPREN- A
'? tli c and an errand girl; reference* required. Aiplv
to Mrs. WINTER,27 East Hth st., second ilonr.
WAimS- \ STRONG, WILLING GIRL, TO DOGES'- J
?* eral housework;city reference required. Apply ut 1
M Wert -'3d st.
TIT ANTED?AT :? west 14TB st.. \ compete NT ??
chambermaid, lor a boardim; house. i r
"
UrANTI2D?IN A PRIVATE FAMILY, A GIRL AS j
laundress and chambermaid ; must nave good city j
reference. Cull from 9 till 12 ut 3U."> 5tli nv. j
. p
rANTED?A GIRL KOR GENERAL HOl'SEWORK. *
*? one who understands eookln?. washing nnd Iron- I
mg. with city reference, may apply at 913 6th av., second I j
floor. ' I
1 si
MTANu.D-A UIRL AS WAITRESS AND TO ASSIST i J
?T iii wH-hlng ; must Imve good rclertnut . Applv 107 ?,
East .I7iii it. I
TV"ANTED-A OOOD COOK, WASHER AND IRONER
f f tor a ininiiv oi three ; citv reference required. An- I t
ply nt 110 West 2Sih st. J
\\TANTED?A FIRST CLASS LAUNDRESS. ACCUS- 1 ?
Y? toraed to a hotel. Apply at St. 11 on ore, 72 West .
40th st. I j
WANTED-A SEAMSTRESS, WILLING TO ASSIST J?
In 1 iklit chamber work. Apply at 72 West 40th st., ..
fit Honorc. _
TmNTED?A GIRL TO COOK. WASH AND IRON, TO I
?? go a lew mile* from ihe city , good relercncc retulreil.
Apply ut 118 East 01st st. p
TirANTED?A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOl'SEWORK; !
?? mil-1 be a good plain cook anil first rate washer and i
Ironer. Apply at 410 Lexington av. from 10 to H. ^
YJ4/* ANTED?A OOOD GERMAN COOK IN A SMALL
Tf private family; she must have good references. Call ,
St 16 \\ est 4itli si., between the hour* of 11 A. M. and 1
?* M. J
\XTANTED?EXPERIENCED SALESLADIES FOR *
TT our millinery department and show rooms. Ladles
ol good appearance and tlrst class references will obtain
high salaries. Apr.lv on Mulidav between and 10 A. M. t
FREDERICK LOEsfclt A CO., 2P9 and 2-.ll Fultoii sl? "
Brooklyn. _ I
2 good SERVANTS WANTED?cook, who WILL
assist In the wa<hlng; also a chambermaid who e?n
wait on table ; references. Ai.pl> Immediately at 3fi West :
14th it r
1,,!, isini.s ron KNOTTING FRINGES; ALSO
I'M) girl* to learn the l>usliie??, to whom iv?ki>i will
be pM>1 while lrarnluv. ;
TOMLINSON BROTHERS, 6V) Broadway, room 17. j1
SITUATIONS WANTKD-NALBI. '
^ - - - - <i
AKIR9T CLAS? ('BENCH COOK, SI'KAKINO ENU- , li?h,
in a private l.iinilv ; wvi n yearn' good rclerence.
Apply to Mr. VILlAfS .37 West iStli *t.
- I (
AYOl'MO COLORED M WANTS A SITUATION i ~
u* t)r?t elas-. waiter. <an be >c> n at pre?eiit em- |
plover'*. No. :t Kit*t :i4tli ?r. j
AH WAITER IN A PRIVATE FAMILY; BERT CITY 5
reference. Apply at or write to 144 West Eigliler nth
trtet, lor two day*.
A YOUNG MAN, 22 YEARS OF AGE, WISHES EM h
J\ olovinent in mme whole?ale or retail store ; Is willfnatowoik.
AdiwC. r.t HeraMoffice.
A COLORED BOY WISHES A SITUATION IN A I'RI- .
vate family; first elan* waiter; l'e?t city reference*. t
A.Mri I< . Mil Hi Herald uptown Branch office. f
A T 14 rOUIUi ST.. A YOUNG COLORED MAN I
J\ wiiihe* a ultuntlon as light portt r in a ?tore or oflli e. Call
for twcrday*.
BARTENDER.-SITtATION WANTED BY A YOINO ' '
man a* bartender; *iienki? KhrII?Ii, Freneli mid <jcrm?n:
cun furniMi best of reference*. Addrcu HAAS, No.
t Amity ?t. | '
FARMKR'H HITI'ATION WANTED?BY A GERMAN '
married iiihii, two children, who thoroughly underAtnndi*
Uniting. the cure >! ?tock, ic.: nine year*' be*t >
city relerene*. Call on or addrcv J. E., at Mrldgentan'* I
Ked atore, H76 Broad wny. I
SITUATION WANTED.?A VERY INTBLMOKJIT BOf I t
of 15 wi*he? a Munition in n dry good* atore; would '
llko a place where tie <onl<l work hi* way up on l>i? I
mcrlta: w ould lie sure to |ilea-e. Addrn? H.VAP, Herald
office. |
SITUATION WANTED-BY A FIRM t'LAHS KRKNC'H . <
O waiter In a private family. Addreu A. B., bo.\ 151 l
Herald I'ptown Branch office.
> QITUATION WANTED-BY A YOU NO OENTI.EMAN (
i) upeakmg and corresponding in English, French and I
German; hrrt claw rcfereuce*. Addrem A, box 141 , t
Herald offifr. | fl
SITUATION WANTED-BY A KiTIM WAITER, WHO |
ha? lived with IImr i In t iii!n:lif? In thiaelty; mm nk* I "
English, French and ?ieimm; n'.o i i ; l?r?ttvM. Audie*# >
|, K , ilcrald Uptgwn liiam.li od.ee. V
NEW YOR
SITUATIONS \V VKTEU-.11 AI.KS.
JITLATIO* WANTED?BY A KTKADY PfMOI.R
.? youiiK nmn, ai irroom; understand.. lu? hii-.ln.-i* In
ill ? m * , bom lettruiice. Aildrea-t J. (1.. ll. rald oilier.
r> HOTEL MEN?A TUOKOIOII IIOTEL MANAGER,
with elttht year*' experlent ?*, would like n ixmltlou
n a ttrnt clas* hotel in mtnani-r or Hitxlmant. or would
ut fX|KTirnce agnlust capital. Addre?* si'HF, Ilviald
iftlce. ,
iyANTED-BY A KKSl'Kt' I'A lll.K KMOUSHVAJt, A
?? tituation an waiter In ? private family. Address
9. B.. Ili-rald Uptown llrunrh olnoe.
I1TANTRD?BY TWO RESPECTABLE YOING ENO??
it. lu.-t arrived, Hituatloim tm waiter* tn a flr?t
:lnw pi ivate taiuih or Huh hou>e ; good retercucc*. AdI.*.?\?w
i iKk> i AmnA sr..u> v?.i>w
M-ANTKD?SITl'ATION A>> TR AVEM-IN'U 8ALK8*?
man or olherwi-p. in flr*t Iioiimc, by h party of
rood uitilri'ih. exprritncr, otliuhttoli ami lialtitm; reler ncos
kiven. address lor four days. ntutinu business, Ac.,
herald oftlpc.
iatANTKD?A SITl? ATION' BY A YOI NU MAN AS
m porter or whipping dcrk in *oiue wholesale liou.-e.
r. McD , llcriilii offloc.
iir ANTKD?A 8ITI'ATION" BY AS IN TIXUciKNT
"? American boy, residing with Ills |>i?rtrtitn; would
ik J a position wlieio lie could tlnd Advancement; best
efereuce. AMimMOM, H>f>w ddht.
iirAVTKD?A POSITION AS HCTLEU IN A PRIVATE
Y> family, by a young man, u native of England. cx>erlenc?d
a* above; Hind references given. Address
i. C? box Uti lit rnld office.
r\rantf.n-ny a u>, || mu or ABM, a posiV?
Hon In n w holes ale house that will enalile linn In
iciiulre an ureurate knowledge of tlie qualities of tens
urn Miliar*, with a view to :hc formation of business
inbits; his services arc ottered gratuitously until Ihe.v
ihall be deemed worthy of remuneration; highest refer:nees
Address W. .1. 8., Herald office. _____
lA'ANTED-A SITUATION, MY A YOUNG MAN OK IV??
telllgence; an American, 22 years of ago: Is not |
ifrald of work; best reference. Address AMERICAN,
lerald office.
IVANTED?BY A YOUNG MAN, A SITUATION Art
? T bartender; understands his business: best city refrence.
Call at or address 214 East 8th St., in saloon.
1QO 8TH AV., BETWEEN 67TH AMD ftRTH STS.?A
lOZi respectable young man. aged 1ft, lately landed,
rishes a situation as porter or bartender.
CLERKS AND SALESMEN.
A 8INOLK NAN WANTED AS ASSISTANT CLERK
:Y in a Hotel. Address s. H. F., llerald otllce, box MM,
\ BOOKKEEPER WISHES A SITUATION, EITHER
at the desk or In anv othar position: has MMM acnaintance
with the wholesale grocery business; returnees
unexceptionable. Address SAMMIS, Herald offloe.
A SITUATION WANTED?BY A YOUNG GENTLEMAN
rx corresponding nnd speaking fluently English, French
ndOerman;can glvo good reference*. Address R. S.,
lerald office.
A YOUNG MAN DESIRES A SITUATION AS ASIA.
sistant bookkeeper, clerk or accountant: college
ducat Ion : honest, Industrious and of good habits. Adress
BOOKKKKl'KK, 61 Lcri.y St.
A N-EXPERIENCED DRY OOODS SALESMAN WILL
:V obtain a steady position at 141 Smith si., between
>ean and Bergen sti., Brooklyn.
BOOKKEEPING.- WANTED ? I WILL INSTRUCT
n? tlmonw ? fAiinif i>inn Ar A(ti?P? III
lOokkeeping, mercantllo calculations, penmanship, Ac.,
it luy house, Brooklyn, 7 lo 10 P. M; terms moderate,
iddrcss Mr. COLLINd, 140 Herald office. _
Drug clerk wanted?must be thoroughly
coinpctcut and sober. Apply comer Saml and Bridge
ts., Brooklyn.
"AT SALESMAN WANTED.?PREFERENCE WILL
[~L le given to one understanding conforming and
docking hats. Apply to JACOBSON A CO., comer of
:ullon and Nassau sis.
SALESMAN WANTED-AN ENERONTIO MAN WHO
3 has a near by trade In the wholesale liquor business,
rlth an old-established house; none but tlrst class need
ipply; satisfactory references will be required. Address
iox 2,887 Post office. New York.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN, AGED
J .'10, who is a neat writer, careful and prompt business
inliitsand thoroughly posted in mercantile pursuits; reers
to present employers with whom he has been for four
rears. Address ACTIVE, 349 West 28th st.
BET A NTE D. ?A GENTLEMAN WISHES A SITUATION
tt to travel for a good house; has I e.'ii In the grocery
tuslness; good references or security given. Address H.
LA SELL, 18 Wooster St., Harti'onl, Conn.
117ANTED?TEN SALESMEN. APPLY AT 607 BROADtt
way, corner 4th st.
117'ANTED?FIVE GOOD SALESMEN. APPLY AT 293
tt Spring st., from 9 to 11.
yy ANTED?AN ACTIVE TEA CLERK, AT 17.1 GRAND
rirANTED?BY A YOUNG MAN, A SITUATION IN A
V\ u-hnloanlit om.i.rv or wn..lli.n Iioiki. unlilrv im I
ibjcct; beat references. Address h. F. <)., Herald ortlro.
IITANTED?TWO Kill.ST CLASS DRY GOODS SALES '
TT men. Apply to L. HOMEKYILLE, 135 Fulton street,
Jrooklyn.
riTASTED?BOOKKEEPER AND SALESMAN IN A
T? first eluss hut and fur house, with wine capital to
nvegt; or salary $l,tXW to fl.NJU per annum. Mont- 1
KWWiy St., Jersey City, N. J. O. M. Sl'KAIt, ,lu.
itiranted?a pun: nr a grocery. oks fully !
" acquainted with the business may apply at No. 4
th nv.
COACHMEN AND G A RUE N kj*. S.
A COACHMAN'S SITUATION WANTED?by A
C\ single man who thoroughly understands the buslcss;
will make himself generally usetul; satisfactory
efcrcnces given. AdafM?0. 0., toxMIHwiMoBct.
A COACHMAN'S SITt ATION WANTKD?TIIOROUG H
:\. lv understand* his business; linn the best references;
0 objection to the country. Can be seen at 47 Hast ftW st.
a coachman's situation wanted-by a j
steady, sober young man; is a good groom and c?rcill
driver; will make himself useful; willing and obligrig;
best city reference. Call at 127 West 28th ??., private i
table.
* COACHMAN'S SITUATION WANTED-by A COM- |
rV pet.snt young man, with best references; is obliging i
lid wtlllnu to te generaIly useful; low wages accepted.
L.ldrew JAMES, box MO Herald office. '
A single englishman wishes a situation as
coachman; thoroughly understands the business;
vill be I'ouiid sober and obliging. Address A. L., Herald
Tptown Branch oflloe.
\ FIRST CLASS MAN (SINGLE) WISHES A SITU AHon
as coachman; throe years' best personal city j
inferences from last place; sober and capable. Call or
ddress WILLIAM, 11 East 27th st I
t COACHMAN'S SITUATION WANTED?by A.
A single man; speak*English and German; thoroughly j
ndi rstauds the business; best city and country refernee.
Addrifi L. E., 190 tiili av., near Kith St.
\ GENTLEMAN GOING TO EUROPE DESIRES A '
situation tor bis coachman; has lived with him
?ven\oiirs. Is a tlrst. class groom and a good stylish
river; can lie very highly recommended in every repect.
Apply at \\. DRENNAN'S stable, olio door from
lith st. and lilli nv,, or tMWW 23.1 West IlOtll St.
1 c iKN'fI.EMAN WISHES TO PROCURE A SITUACV
lion for Ills coachman (married), whom he enn i
trongly recommend; he has been in his service for the I
list iiltio years. Call on or address p. GARTLAND, 51
"LI ut
4 RESPECTABLE YOUNG MAN WISHES A 8ITUA- '
\ tlon as coachman; flret class groom; understands I
laiu gardening; will !><> found willing and obliging; tlrnt
lust reference; country preferred. Address 1). C., I
[( raid oflier.
4 SINGLE MAN WANTS A SITUATION AS COACH- |
V mini and groom; thoroughly understands hi? duties; I
est reference. Call on or addrei* J. S., 140 West 50ih m.,
rivHte itttv.
\ YOUNO MARRIED MAN (ENGLISH) WISHES A
V situation a* coachman or groom In a private ramllv;
ood city nhmcf. AdarcM I. 873 2d nv.
V YOUNG MAN WANTS A SITUATION AS GAR*
dener, or to take charge : a gentleman's place; can I
ilfk. take care ot liorsci and make himself generally
-etui; hc?t city reference. Call on or address T. LEVY, |
ped store, Wti Broadway. |
V SITUATION WANTED?BY A RESPECTABLE j
young man. ns coachman ; thoroughly understands
Is business; strictly temperate; nine years' cltv refernee.
Tall on or addrca T. K., care ot W. A. Tyler, &8
Iriuid ?t. I
4 SITUATION WANTED?BY A SINGLE MAN, AS j
:\ coachman; thoroughly understands his business;
ciuntry good reference; can fuke care of steam or hot air
arnftcm Addresai, w. eerawoftfd r, j m. c.
t OKXTLEMAN WISHES TO OBTAIM a situation
, \ lor his coarhmnn, with his wife ns laundress aud
s-l-tani chaiiifiermaid ; understand their business pertelly
met vitil he found sober, honest atid reliable;
cage* not < <> mueli an ob.lrrt as a permanent situation in !
respectable family. Call nt If West S6th st. for two i
lays. _____ I
4 SITUATION WANTKD-BY A RESPECTABLE
t\. young man. as coachman atid groom; best city reficncc.
Can be itintl No ft Km l9th st.
4 N EXPERIENt'ED CITY COACHMAN?CAN BREAK
.\ In horses to harness or saddle; can he well rccoinm-nded
for honesty and capability. Address COACII i
\s, 19 west '.f<iii ?t., harm innki r
Vmii .in i'oumr.u ma.^ niniinn a mm aiiii>
>jO"n< Iiinan nr waiter In it private family; undertnndilii*
buaineaa thnrnnLrhly; uncd reference can be
liven. ?'nil on or addrias J. UII.I.O.N, 17M Tliom*t.
t xv <:kntm:man keqi'irixo a first u.ass
V Prntcatunt coachman, who understand* III* husinea*
hornngbty tad is tr**twprtby in every WMMCt mm
trlctly temperate. addrc?? J. M., SO 4th ?v., snddlery.
i coachman AND gboom, who thoroughly
,'\ undcratanda til* busilieM, wi?hea n aituation; I* it
iimle (ierman, and lia? good elty relerence." fall on or
idureto COAOHMA1*, MM ronyth -t
\ xv LADY <?u oi xri.kmax wanting a itrst
.'\ class coachman in every reaped, please call or adIre**
T. R., 212 West K<>riv-rtr*t Mrect.
4 htuattol* waxtkd-hv a bikglb vax. as
iV coachman In a private lamlly; Thoroughly underitand*
lit* liii'iitcMaim lin* live year*1 city reference ir>in
a*t employer, fall at or addrea* Ml ftth av. (livery
table), for nvo day*.
r lOAOIIMAX'S HITI'ATION WANTED?HV A SIXtil.R
\J man, who thoroughly understand* hi* l>u*itieii* ami
in* good city reference. Addresss., Herald ofllce.
"OACIIMAN AND UAHDKNKH'S SUTATloX
U wanted bv a ailiglc man; understand' the yancral
are ol n amnll plncc; good city ic tern nee. Address A. B.,
iox 211 Herald ofllOO.
rloaohmaitfl bttuation WAMi:r>-it\ AN BXPI.
U rtenceil, ci.mjietent man; unili r*tanda liia hiialnc.**
n all It* Prnnche*, hoth caring and dri> Inn; beat cttv ref.
rence. t-'an l>c seen tor two day* at i'.ij Gth av., bet ween
ioth And &Uh at*., saddler'* atore.
MOACHMAN'A H1TI ATIOX WANTPD? BV A SlNOI.K
I young man. atrietly temperate; undcritniids hi- bual
ie?a in all it* brnnchea; can milk if rei|iii"ed. Bi;?> rof.
.-fence Addrc** '. 0., Ilciald utbi.o.
K HKltALD, MONDAY, SE
COACHXK5I AND CIARDKNERB. I
/COACHMAN'S K1TUATION WANTED BY A YOUNO |
j \ > niMii; Protentant: uncle : Hr?t olin cltv reference*.
I Call on or Mild rent KDVt AKl?, private ?table, 12J Wckt
; I'Mh tf.
/ lOAt'llMAVrf SITUATION WANTKD-BY A SINiil K.
\J nober, ctcadv man; la a Rood groom and Bte-nd v ilrl- 1
' vers willing ami oblliiiiiK; tour year*' first claw city refcrence.
N. D., 21 Wist tU ?t.
/ lOAOHMAN'd SITUATION WANTED-BV A UXQUl
v man, lu ft privatefamily; motif temperate; m-veii
yearn' reterenee t'roiu lam place. Call on or adore** R. i
r., 127 Kant 19th St.
/CARDKNRRS SITUATION WANTED?BY A TIIORoiifihly
practical Scotch gardener and llorlat. AdllNM
J. D. (?., box 217 llcrald 0(Bee.
Gaudknkk-who ii as a thoroi till knovumi
ol the liiuincH*. iiicludiii(r urt eiilii>u-e?, rapertw,
Ac.; would not object to Hiiperinteud h farm: hac taken i
wveral prizes at agricultural fair* in both the above departments:
lias devoted nevernl veitra to the Improve- |
tnent of couutry places from the plan* Already drawn, or !
otherwise. Address M. B., Herald offlce.
("1 ARDKNF.R'B SITUATION WANTED?BY A BINOLK j
X mnn; thoroughly understands greenhouse, grape- |
rief, vegetables. fruit nivt lawn; bout e!fy reference Irom
present employer. Address P. II., box SQO Herald office. \
SITUATION WANTKD-BV A YOU NO MAN. AS
coachman; thoroughly understands hit) business;
bestcltv ret'oreneo; will he di engaged by the first of tlio ,
month. Address K., 87 and IK) West 1'ltl st |
SITUATION WANTIUJ?BY A FIRST CLAM COACH,
mnn, who thoroughly understands the earo and man
agemciitot any gentleman's establishment; hag driven
for some ol Hie first claw families In the city : is sober, reliable
ami well recommended. Address JOHN McCOT, i
217 WMtWt st. (private stable), for two days. I
\\T A NTK 0?A HARDENER'S SITUATION, BV A 1
tt young man ; si>e.tks KiirIIsIi and Oerinnn ; under- .
utands flower und vi gotahle gardening thoroughly. Call
on i r address K. M., fw) Cth av.. near nth st.
TtTANTED-BY A COLORED MAN. WITH TWO I
?t years' reference, a situation as coachman. Call |
on or address JOHNSON, 5to 6th av., for two days, from 9
A. M. to 4 P. M.
"llrANTKD? A SITUATION A3 COACHMAN, BY AN
?? Enulishman : 14 months'good city reference. Address
II. MIRK ELL, SO Bleeckcr st..
"VATANTED?A SITUATION AS COACHMAN. BV AN
f T experienced man (Ocrinan); married; no encumbrance
; three years' city reference from last employer.
Address M. II., coachman, 34H West 47th St.
TIT ANTED? A SITUATION AK GROOM AND OOACHtt
man; has long experience; attentive and obliging; !
no objection to the eountrv; good city references. Ad- j
dress T.. box l?i Herald omen.
WANTED-A SITUATION BY A f'OLORED COACHmnn,
ivlio known his business. For rolerenee ii|>ply
to A. F. WlLLMAKTII, ISA Broadway. You will llntl ino
At the stable MM Broadway.
IV"ANTED?A COACHMAN'S SITUATION, 1IY A COMT>
peteut single young man: thoroughly understands
the care unil management ol' horses and carriages; U
willing and obliging hi discharging Ills bent city
aud country reference. Address w. B., 144 ftth av., near
19th st., saddler's store.
4 Q r 7T11 AV., BETWEEN MTII AND S7TH STS.?A
) young married couple wish situation* In the cttv ;
or country; man as coachman and groom; understands ,
the eftrc of horses, harness and light wagons, or to lake
care ol' a gentleman's place, or both to uiake themselves !
useful in a gentleman's house in the city; wife as first j
class cook, washer and ironer, or to rto general Housework
; both arn willing nnd obliging, and Protestants, and j
of American birth: imve best references. j
-| nrn broadway.-situation wanted, as
coachman: single : understands his business
thoroughly; leaving on account of the family going West;
first class city reference. Call on or address 1'. D.
IIKI.P WANTED?HALES.
AGENTS WANTED?TO SOLICIT LIFE INSURANCE.
Applv at the ltenublic Life Insurance Company's,
40tf Broadway. .
AOENTS AND SALESMEN.?FORTUNATE CHANi'E
to make money pleasantly and respectfully; $.10
weekly, without fail; attractive article; sells to every
lady and gentleman, 61*> Broadway, up stairs, ottlcc 1.
A CHANCE FOR BUSINESS?MEN, WOMEN, BOYS.
Rlrls, learn Telegraphy, $20. We are prepared to j
give positions. THOMPSON'S Collonc, 20 4th av., opposite
Conner Institute. Dav and evening.
A SMART, ENERGETIC MAN WANTED?AS AOENT
for Dixon's celebrated Silver Powder. Only a good,
reliable man need apply at office, No. 6 New Church St.,
corner Fulton.
ALL RESPECTABLE MEN SEEKING HONORABLE ;
employment can secure goon situations, in any capa- j
city, at No" 4 West 4th St., room 13.
AYOUNO MAN WANTED IN A LIQUOR STORE ? :
Applv at corner of Dikeman and A aubrunt streets, i
Eolith Brooklyn. I). DOUGHERTY.
ANOELI.'S TURKISH BATHS, LEXINGTON AVENUE,
corner Twenty fifth street.?Wanted?an honest, intelligent,
industrious, strictly temperate Ainerican-Eng- |
llshmnn or Turk, over 25 years of ago; must be well recommended.
BOY WANTED IN AN OYSTER SALOON TO MAKE |
himself generally iiseftil. Apply at 256 Sixth ave- 1
line, ?iter 10 A. M.
Boy wanted.?honest, active american lad, i
Salary I'M first year. Apply from 8 to 10 to WllIT- j
INO A ok, Nos. 6 and 7 Dey St., up stairs.
nllY WUUUI*.? W AAIK1), ItAAWI MJK llllf.Wfi j
goods, shawls, Ac, Experienced, steady men can ,
apply t<> S. DOWNING, Fulton st., corncr of Clermont
a v., Hrooklvn.
FOR (MR UPTOWN BRANCH, A GENTLEMAN
wanted, conn otcnt to wait on customer*, and work
himself Into our business; must Iw educated; -alarv $1 ft !
weekly lor tlrst month; call after 10. McMENAMY & 1
CO., 735 Broadway. |
Man wanted?1to superintend a saloon and i
make himself imofiit duriiut the absence of the pro- '
nrictor; must have atiout $3(*) tor security; a party will. 1
Iiik to hoard with the family proterred. Apply at saloon !
7S8 8th it.
PORTEIl WANTED?IN A MyrOK ST<?KE; M 1 ST !
have had gome experience In the business. Address,
\v ith reference, M. M., box UH> H*MM outre.
"\1TAN TED?FOUR MEN, WHO ARE THOROUGHLY
f? posted In the patent right business, to travel In tho I
Middle and Suutliern States. Address C. D. G., Olenham
Hotel.
TT-ANTKD-BY A COMMISSION HOUSE IN THE
TT bout and shoe trade, two young men, 16 to 18 yean
of age. Address box il.ftS* Post office.
Wanted?a travelling aoent for the
varnish ImsinciH; only those ot experience in that
line need apply to henry locis, :t78 Peart at.
"I\r ANTED?A YOl .Vii MAN WHO CAN COME WEI.L
f t recommended, to attend bar; also a boy to help.
Apply to E. CARROLL, 1,393 Broadway.
WANTED?A POPTKR AND l'ACKER IN A IfARD?T
ware store. Apply by letter, box 3,82ft Post office.
WANTED?A FIRST RATE COOK FOR A YACHT.
11 Apply utftl South street at two o'clock.
\Vr A N TE D?IIRIC K L A Y F. RS ON SEWERS.?APPLY
11 on the works, llalsey at.,-near Broadway, Brooklyn.
WANTED? AN ASSISTANT IN THE GROCERY
vl busincst by II. M II. BllIEN, 175 av. B, corncr 11th
street.
T*rA ITERS.?WANTED, TWO FIRST CLASS WAIT?T
ers; Germans preferred. Apply at St. Mark's Restaurant,
corner of 27th st and Broadway, before ? o'clock
A. M.
WANTED?A KMART WAITER; ONE WHO ITNDERstands
opening oysters preferred. Apply nt the
Fruit Store In tne Erie Railroad Depot, Long Dock, Jersey
City. Take Chambers street Ferry.
TV'ANTED?AN INTELMc JENT CATHOLIC C.F.NTLEf
f man to take orders for an Important book; one who
has had some experience in selling books preferred. Apply
by letter, addressed E. Y., Herald office.
~\\"ANTED?AN ENERGETIC BOOK AGENT To SKI.L
if a work lust published; has not been offered to the
public before; liberal commission. Apply. Tuesday, October
1, between 10 and 2 o'clock, to LAIN i CO., 213' Montague
st, Brooklyn.
WANTED-AT SWKENY'H HOTEL, K27 ST 11 AV.,
two nnart young men to wait on tabic and open
oysters.
WANTED?AT THE STAR HOTEL, 60 AND 82 LISt?
pennrd St., S young men, IVom II to IS, years of age,
to wait; also a boy to make himself generally useful;
recommendation* required.
TIT ANTED?A FIRST CLASH OYSTERMAN. NONE
?? others need apply at the oyster Bay, 1,201 Broadway,
nenr 29th st.
T1TANTED?YOl'NO OR MIDDLK-AOED I'ARTY,
11 with $100 to $200 cash, can meet with proposition
to earn fair Ifvlng; splendid opportunity; business light,
neat, respectable. Address INTERNATIONAL, Herald
office.
TfANTLD?A MAN TO Ol'KN OYSTERS AND WAIT
11 on tables; must be a quick opener. Also a good
smart waiter. Apply at NURSE'S,.121 Hth av.
THK TRADU.
/ lOMPOSITORS-DON'T BELIEVE ANY RTORIEfl
\ ' that 1 have submitted to Iho demands of strikers or
that I will submit. Every such story is a lie out of whole
cloth. __ S. W. OREEN, 1H Jacob st.
COKT hat blockers.?five soft HAT blockers
O wanted immediately.
M. BIRD. 41, 48 and 48 Kosciusko Jt, Brooklyn.
rro HATTERS.?FIRST CLASS FINISHERS WANTED
I immediately. Apply to DUN LAP A CO., 528 Broad
way.
TO H ATT K l(S'.?t JOSS AM K It BODY M AKKKH WANTED
mi Httick lining*- Apply to DUNLAP A CO., 52A
, Broadway.
-jl COOPKKS W A NTEI>?OX NKW KI.Ol II AXI)
tJU Miunr barrel*; 18 ami SUcciitu; steady work.
A T. KRIUOH, M Rutgers Klip.
Kll KIN < II ADVKIITMICMKNTS.
Ox DKNANDB?Vlfl PRKMIXRS modiste POUR
la N'ouvetle OrlrnD*. H'a(!re*?er nu Ht. Jullcn Hotel,
rhnmbrc .12, itc 9 a 11 lieurcs dn inxtln
TTRE JEIXE KIl.I.K FRAW'AISK, AVKC HE HON
lj iic? rcomtiiandatlon*, desire ee placer dans tine
nimillo ainerleiiliie pour prendre win d un enfant. S'adresser
an 101 West Iltlt M,
XTNE .lEI'NE K1M.E FIIANVA1SK, QPI SAlT TMS
J tii< n eoudre, desire se placer roiniuo feniina do
chambro. 8'adrosser, Nmo rue Ourst, 2ii2.
1TX?: .TKt NT FILLS PBAROA1IM DIMES RE PLAI'
eer eonnno bonne d'enianti; iiiiskI une Francaisu de
nioyen nf?i pour oolgner da Rrutxlt enfants. S'adrcsMer,
rui' Macoottcal. in, pendant deux jour*.
TTXK FRANVAISE AYANT I XF. HoXVK EDl'CAU
tlon, <l*slre se placer pour pnlgncr den enfant* et
eoudre; bonnes reference*. H ad reciter, I'rotcctn e I'lilon
Working Women, 2H rue Hleecker.
ITMB JEl'NH FRANCA 1HE DESIKE 8E PLACER
I) pour Icmme de ehnmbro on n?ur idunr-r le< enfant*.
S'adres-er chpz Mine. I.nnoir, 219 ISJatiK ruo Est
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1PTEMBER 30, 1872-TKiFJ
TO LBT KOR BI'SINKNH PinPOSKtt.
Afink lakue stork and basement to let?
III the beat part of Sixth avenue?vl*., Ml\ mitnble
fur almost any liuxini>?*; rein low; also other*.
JAS. B. W ATM LOW, twi Sixth arenne.
A?TO LET. LOETS, SITUATED ttl EAST TWELFTH
. afreet, mutable for anv kind nl biwlne-*. Apply to
J. BaILEV. !U Knot fourth afreet, near the Bowery.
A BUST At'II YNT AM) BAR To LET?.? OUEHTH
U>>iil>ply; nil the huniue?4 of the Kranklort Itouae,
corner of Frankfort and William *treet.
A?TIIK KLItilHLE t'ORNEK STORK 174 BOAD
w,iy, corner Maiden lane. Apply to BLACKWKLL
6 CO., 86Liberty utrnt
A LAROE BASEMENT STORE, 1 .V.j NINTH AVENUE:
Hood location for hArncM, trunk or *ho? more. Also
Store, back Room and Basement, 155 Ninth venue. The
aoove nave water ami ttsix.
1>. A. CCSIIM AN. 173 Ninth a 'enue.
A BROADWAY STORE TO LKT?OOOD BISINKSS
location. Also a rear Htiilditrj nntl the 17i?r?er
Hart ol' the House. Call tor one week. Apply on t ie
t>ri*mU"ik 1.267 Broadway, between Thirty-flint ami Thirb'4MOM
airi-et".
B I.Jul THEATRE, mo. ft* BAST SIXTEENTH STREET,
between Broadwuv ami Filth avenue.?Thl* iKiautlt'ul
Thent:? Hall and Parlor to let lor ball*. concerts, theatrical*.
receptions, Ac., at UbMll ml?.
CtORNEK STOKE TO LET, ON TIIIKU AVKNl F..?
/ flood elianee for Honor men or anr business, as w?
have 12 lioiifct in the block; leac* tfood. Apply to J. 1*.
PAYTKN, UB Henry street.
IflflHTH avenik, corner twenty-third
J Ktreet, opposite the Grand Opera House.?'To let, n
larRe. nice basement, with (food entrance, almost equal
to n store, suitable lor any busiuc**.
Omcb to lkt-kbab city hall. terms $2ft
per month in advance. Inquire at No. ft Ueekuian
Klreet, room 17.
PART or A HANDSOME HAIR STORK TO LKT?
With a law window, suitable for fancy or tnillluerr
(roods. Apply at Sixth ?venue.
ROOM TO MET?WITH STEAM HOWElt. APPLY TO
NICHOLS A SMALL, 1JV. Bank street.
SIXTH AVKNL'K STORE TO LET CHEAP?WELL
suited for carpet*, furniture, hou.se furnishing or
other hpsltienn. Apply to T. H. STKWART A CO., 2AJ Went
Twenly-third Htreet.
CHOP To LET.?ONE LAROK ROOM, SECOND
O floor, without steam power, No. 1) East Nineteenth
street, near Broadway. A. N. llANKINSON.
Third avenie, near isist street.?fink
largo Store, plate ulaait front; counters, shelving
nnd gas llxtttres; admirably adapted tor a clothing
More, now fancy xoixls; immediate possession.
TO LKT-FIRST FLOOR AND BASEMENT AND
Third Floor ol 19 Clirvstie ktreet. with or without
1'ower. Apply at 71 Bowery.
TO LET?THREE LOTS ON WRitT TWENTY-SECOND
street, between Tenth ami Eleventh avenues, fit ted
up for a coal yard. Inquire ot SIMON GUTMANN, 48
Leonard street.
To LET?A FLOOR, IN HOUSE WITH THE OWNER;
also a trout Haseiuint, suitable lor a doctor or denial's
( liter. Apply lit 232 West Thirty-liiittli street.
TO LET?FURNISHED, ON HROADWAY, A LODGING
House, doing a good business, tilled with resp< ctaldn,
Rood payint! occupants; rent $2fl0 per month and security.
Address Z., Herald office.
Ti) I.ET OR FOR SALE?BUILDING 40 WEST
Eighteenth street, suitable for store, manufactory
and workshop. Apply to W. MACKENZIE, 02 West
Nineteenth street.
TO LET OR LEA8E?LOT ON EAST SIDE OF
Broadway, near Fourth fl eet, 28x112, ruuning on
open alley, with the Building. consisting of Store and
Basement, covering whole lot. Inquire of H. B1SCHOFF,
Banker, 5<< llowery, corner of Canal street.
rilO RENT?I'ROM NOVEMBER 1. PRIVATE STlTDIO
1 103 East Fifteenth street, suited for sculptor or
riaintcr; water works on both floors; lighting perfect; eurance
private. Appl v to Colonel WARN Kit, Savings
Bank, corner Fifteenth street and Fourth avenue.
DWEliMKO HOUSES TO LET.
Furnished.
AFl'U, SIZE FOUR STORY IIIOII STOOl* BROWN
atone to let, furnished, en. Tlnrty-ntnth itreet, near
Filth avenue; early possession If required.
II. R. DREW A CO., 15S Fifth avenue.
ACOSEV LITTLE THREE STORY HIGH STOOP
brown stone Hcn<c to let, furnished, on Forty-sixth
street; $200 per month lor the Winter.
H. R. DREW A CO., 155 Fifth avenue.
A COMFORTABLE FURNISHED IIOL'SE IN EAST
Tenth street, near Filth avenue; 20 feet front: well
adapted for private family; will rent for the Winter or
longer at a very moderate rout. HENRY OGDEN (late
Ward A Ogdcin, Broadway, corner of Seventeenth street
A THREE STORY HIGH STOOP HOUSE, RICHLY
furnished and painted new last Spring, to let; one or
tnore vears; location Twenty-second street, near Broadway
C. 8. FECK A CO.. tfr.l Broadway.
A CHOICE SELECTION OF FURNISHED HOUSES
to let on Twenty-third. Thirty-seventh, Forty-fourth.
tilth and sixth streets and Filth hvptiiih- rents trnm t!! 'ill)
to >7,MX). Apply to W. A K. A. CRL'lkSH ANK, Broodway
mid Seventh u venue, corner of Forty fourth street.
ABE.M-TIPri.LY FURNISHED BROWN STONE
House to rent, largo three story high stoop, on West
Twenty-third street; rent, $2ft0 per month for this and
next year. JAS. B. EDWARDS, 277 West Twenty-third
street.
A MEDIUM SIZED FOUR STORY HOUSE?VERT
handsomely ami thoroughly furnished and In perfect
order, near Thirty-fourth street nml Fli'ih avenue, to
lease tor one or more years, to a private family; rent $300
iier month. Address OWNER,-box 122 Herald Uptown
(ranch office.
A -NINTH STREET, NEAR FIPTH AVENUE, LARGE
douldo House, handsomely furnished; winter or
lease; $<50 per month; a number of others in first class
locations. SI.MONSON 4 ECCI.ESTON,
50 West Thirty first street, near Broadway.
Elegant four story high stoop brown
Stone, near Madison avenue; $2,Y)0. Furnished and
unfurnished Houses at all prices; also Flats and Parts;
immediate possession. Bargain* for sale.
LIONEL FROEIII.ICH, Third avenue, corner POtli st.
|7<1RST CLASS FURNISHED HOUSE TO LET?BROWN
P stone, four story and basement, 23xf<0; fully and
handsomely furnished, including piano and billlard'tablo;
situated In Thirty-ninth street, between Fifth and Sixth
avenues; lease only to strictly first class private famllv for
three years, If desired; immediate possession; p'rlce
Address box ?,6>i7_Poat office.
FURNISHED HOUSES TO LET-FOR THE WINTER
or longer, on Madison avenue; also Tenth, Seventeenth,
Nineteenth. Twenty-second, Twenty-third, Twcnty-lourtli,
Thirty-third, Forty-ninth, Fiftieth streets and
other choice localities. HENRY OGDEN (lato Ward A
Ogdeti), Broadway, corner of Seventeenth street.
IjH'RNISHED HOUSE TO LET?FOI'R STORY HIGH
' stoop brown stone, 622 Lexington avenue, l>"twern
Fifty-third and Hfty-tourth streets; has been newly
^Hinted throughout and furniture is In complete order;
as Stelnwav piano, pictures, books, bronzes, crockory,
4c. Apply to A. B. ROSS. fM Broad street.
FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED RESIDENCES ON
Fifth, Madison and Lexington avenues and cross
streets. PACK A McCAFFKRTY, Filth avenue, corner
Fifty-second street.
FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED HOUSES?ALL
improvement*; New Brighton. S. I.; 3D minutes from
ciiy; suiiaoie lor summer or winter; rent low.
^ W. A. COLLINS, 28 Pine street.
TO LET?HANDSOMELY FURNISHED, A FOUR
story brown stone front House In Went Thirty-ninth
street, u few door* from Fifth avenue. Apply to J. 0.
BAILEY, SO East Fourth street, near Bowery.
TO LET-TO MAY 1 RUT, SEVERAL YERY DENimble
Furnished House*, In good locations, from
WOO per month upward.
TAYLOR A STEARNS, No. 1>? Pine street
TO LET VERY CHEAP?A NICELY FURNISHED
House often rooms; water and gas throughout. Call
at 1(1 Sixth avenue.
<J?1 071 PER DAY.?FURNISHED HOUSE, TWELVE
TVLiO I 2 rooms. In East New York; large yard and
garden-, water In kltehen, to a careful, responsible party;
small lamitv, from October 1 to May I, 1H73 Call on
owner, :Ut> Broadway, at Win. C. Browning A Co'*.
O. W. BABCOCK.
I'nfarnlihed.
A NICE LITTLE HOUSE, WATER AND OAS. NO. ?
BIcecKnr street, to let to a respectable party; rent
#7.% per month. Apply at Bowerv.
A handsome three story brown stone
House, 2i) I'cet front, below the Park and near Sixth
aveuue; all Improvements and In good order, onlv $1.S0U;
hoother* jamks it. waterlow, twi sixth avenue.
Anew four story ohio stone" house "to
let?On Forty-third street, near Broailwav; 3 rooms
deep; all Improvements; choice location; rent S3,WO;
also, one on Broadway, 92,M0; also Frame llou-e, In very
deslratile loeatlon. below Forty-sixth street, rent $l,2uu.
Apply to W. A E. A. CRUIKSHANK, Broadway and
Seventh avenue, corner Forty-lt>urlta street.
Avery low rent-three story 111011 stoop
hrown stone House on Twentv-flxth street, near
Sixth avenue ; possession at one?.
MoltRlS B. BAKR, liV.t West Thirty fourth street.
A?TO LEASE, FOR THREE YEARS, A SPLENDID
. four story hrown stone high stoop House on Seventy-fourlh
street, near Madison avenue; ready for immediate
possession; rent low to a good tenant.
FRANCIS CRAWFORD, 9t? Third avenue.
VFOUR STORY BROWN STONE HOUSE TO LET?
SflOWest Thirty-second street; rent, $I,AOO; neighborhood
excellent. Apply on the premises,now painting.
A -to let?the brown stone front house
corner West Twentieth street and Ninth avenue,
containing lfl rooms, replete with every convenience.
Apply to D. A. CUSHMAN, 172 Ninth avenue, between
Twentieth ami Twenty lirst street*.
Holmes brothers, m east twentythird
street.?Unfurnished, near Broadway, Ifi West
Twenty-fourth street, three story high stoop; contains 10
rooms; $2,000.
TTAV Uli'a ItDMT1 IL'DU AC LViuT TtTt'VTV Timin
?i atreet.?I'nflirnlnheA, on Thirty-third street, near
Madl-ou avenno, four story Rngllsfi basement; In very
good order; $2 !*?l.
HOl'SK TO I.KT-OK TF.N"~ROOMH, I'ANTRIBH AND
closet*; nil modern Improvements; rent to next
May only per month. Apply tor ono week to Mr.
Bl TT. corner -lxt.v second street and Klr?t avenue.
NKWt.V PAINTKD IIANDSOMK COTTAGE TO RKNT,
up town.? Mne rooms, nil Improvements, larfte ifnrrten;
$40 monthly : would give lea?e to n responsible
party. Iin|iilre at 212 Kast 108th street.
To LF.T-TIIK TIIRF.K HTOItY IIK.II MTOOP DWKM,
Inn 112 Knst Seventeenth street, near Irving place
J. (!. IIAIIiKV, SO Ka?t Fourth street, near Bowery.
To t.F.T ? 1 NI TUNtSIIKD, IN K.VST THIRTY-FIFTH
ftrcet, near Park avenue, four-atory hrown stone
linlf liluh stoop IIou?e, has ?iih-cellar, recently punned
throughout an t In perft-et ordor.
HKN'KY OODKN (late Ward A Ofcden),
Kroad way, corner of Seventeenth street.
To i,r:r--v nkw koi r htoky BRICK hol'fIB, II
rooms, also n three story, It' rooms; all modem eon\enlenres.
Impure on the premises, comer ol Tenth
street aud West fourth streak
LE SHEET.
DWBLLIRG HOUSES TO LKT. j
Uniurnlihrd.
TO LET?A SMALL THREE 8TORV, BASEMENT AND t
unilir-ceUar liricK IIoum, 212 Kat-t Forty-flmt street,
n?-ar Third avenue, with modern Improvement*; part of :
Furniture lor ?ale; rent $700 per inuuiu. in-iulre ut 210,
next door. No bill up. _ _ j
TO LET?WUOLE OR 1?ART OK TIIUBR STORV AND
basement Iiluli itoop brown stoi'.n iroiit house l.t?2
Sceond avenue; all modern Improvements ami in koo4
order.
rRENT?HOl'HE ON BROADWAY, NEAR THIRTYaeeond
?treet, 1G room*; rani;!'. ho* nnd cold water,
bathroom, water cloaet, xai. 4c.. hi complete order.
A. O. LOO MIS, 1,251 Broadway.
flTH AVENUE.?TO M'isit inn i ti.'Iiu o? v.'iRS
' to? responsible purlv, nti extra lified lour lory brown ]
stone House, witli or without a full Lot, on the adiotn>n< I
street; the Fifth avenue lot U I2j icrt deep, near MadUon :
quire. Atldre** BROWN 8TONB, Herald office.
<KQOO ONLY KOK * NirE TIIKKK HTOllY IIKill 1
ipt/lnJ Stoop brtck Dwelling, with all improvement*
and cli-trant chatmeliers. on Keventr-aixth iiireet, near i
Third avenue. Apply to the Hh.enfx Real Kstatc and I
Ixmu Company, MM and WW 'Iliiril avenue. ,
FUKNI8HED ROOMS AM) APAKTMKNTS !
TO LKT.
AVE It V LAMM, KLKC.ANT AND WFLL fpr- I
nUhed front Apartment, third floor, lolty celling*. '
ample closet*, open flro pluce*. gas, Ac.; also hack Room. 1
southern exposure anil equally desirable: also front hall j
Hech'ooin, with Are plaee. too, ami a large, pleasant l'pper
ltooiu. In spacious, extremely titiict, ltr-4 elu*< residence
No. 6 St. Mark's place, near Broadway, to gentlemen
only; terms moderate.
A VKRY KINK FLOOR TO LET?OVERLOOKING
2\. Reservoir Park; corner house; In crin;>lele order.
Apply at ii?7 Sixth avenue, corner Fortieth street.
AN EMtOANTLY FI'RSISHKD BITTING ROOM AIB
comfortable fed room. In a splendid location, with
all ppHKihle Improvement ; or a whole Floor; near Cramon
> I'ark. Call at No. (i 1-exlngH.n avenue.
A NICELY FURNISHED ROOM AND ltKDROOM ON
second floor lb.* Unlit housekeeping for man and
wife. 49A Broome street, three block* west ot ltroadway.
AFl'RSISHEI) ROOM TO LKT?WITH ALL MO.
dern improvements to one or two gentlemen. 221
Weal Fllty-neeond at reel,
A furnished room to lkt?for a HMOIiV
lady or gentleman, In house Ztl Kant Thirty-sixth *t.
^ WIDOW LADY, LIVINO AI.ONH, WILL LKT A
kltclicu to'a gentleman and wife or two gentlemen. 631 !
Eighth avenue. i
A I.ADY OFFERS A VERY DESIRABLE SECOND
Floor, newly painted, carpeted and furnished, with
nit tlie coiulurts ot'a refined home. No. 3 Went Thirtieth
street.
A? SINGLE AND DOUBLE FURNISHKD ROOMS
vacant to-day; two elegant, inn urnlshed ; house
well knowu in appointment*, surroundings and vicinity
to Broadway; needs no description. 36 Kast Twelfth .?t.
A LARUE N1CKLY FURNISHED UPFBB ROOM,
high celling, pas, ?rnte, southern exposure; suitable
for one or two gentlemen; only $5; location unsurpassed.
Near Brevoort House, No. 85 Clinton place.
A CHOICE OF SUITS OF BOOMS Oil FLOORS. COMpletely
fhmUhed tor housekeeping, lVom $3 SO
weekly; house new, ctcan, well kept and thoroughly
healthy; water in rooms, excellent wnshhou.se. No. 2tW
Tenth street, third door from Third avenue.
A NEATLY FURNISHED HALL BEDROOM FOR A
gentleman at 2U6 East Twenty-eighth street, near I
Third avenue.
A LARGE FURNISHED ROOM TO LET?TO ONE OR j
two gentlemen. I0.t East Thirtieth street, between |
Lexington and Fourth avenues.
A PARTY FROM BROOKLYN HAVING A HOUSE
refitted throughout would rent handsomely furnished
lUoms to gentlemen, singly or cn suite. Southeast
corner of Sixteenth street and Irving place.
Beautifully furnished apartments, en
suito or separately, without hoard, for gentlemen; '
private, first class residence. Apply to Mrs. ALLEN, 39
East Nineteenth street, between Broadway and Fourth
a ven ue.
Furnished?a pleasant front room, suitable
for pne or two gentlemen; private family; with
prirHPRe orltbrary. 339 West Thirty-first street. Call for
one week. Terms moderate.
Furnished rooms to let, without board,
in suits or separately, at 13 West Twenty-sixth street,
opposite St. James Hotel; house and location first class.
Handsomely furnished parlor and bedroom;
aHo single Room for gentlemen, without i
board. In the new first class home 637 Seventh avenue,
junction of Broadway and Forty fourth street I
rpo LET-ON WEST SIDE TilIRTV-FOUItTH STKFKT
1 near Broadway, a finely tarnished floor with all eon!
venlenccs. without Board, to an exceptionable party of i
Gentlemen onlv: home nrlvatc. Aililress A. Z station K <
TO LET-A DESIRABLE SUIT OF ROOMS IN THE I
commodious hoi: a.\ H9 I.afayettc place, furnished or
untarnished; fftmlly private.
TO LET FURNISHED?SECOND FLOOR, TO A OEN- '
tlcman and wife or two or three gentlemen; gas and ,
bath. 20 Dominion street.
TO LET, FURNISHED?SECOND STORY FRONT !
Room, to gentlemen, without board : also hall Room. 1
138 Went Kourtli street, between Washington square and ;
Sixth avenue.
TO LET-IN A PRIVATE FRENCH FAMILY, FOR i
gentlemen or a family, a second Floor, together or I
separately; newly furnished and decorated ; batn and all i
conveniences; no other boarder* in the house: reference* j
exchanged. Apply at R8 West Eighteenth street j
TO LET?A LARGE FURNISHED FRONT ROOM. !
with two nice closets; hot and cold wau?r, gas and ,
bathroom. Apply at I'M Fourth avenue, between Twenty- ! <
tourth and Twenty-fifth street*. j
TO LET-A FURNISHED HALL BEDROOM TO A
gentleman only. 68 Third avenue.
TWO LARGE WELL FURNISHED ROOMS, WITn 1
closets, bath, Ac., together or separately, to gentlemen '
or married couple. In private family, convenient to j
Broadway. 108 West Twenty-ninth street. I
T\rEST FORTY-8ECOND STREET.-DESIRABLE PART j
vv of first class handsomely furnished house to rent to
reliable private t'amil v; jiart of rent taken In hoard If desired.
Address FIDELls, Herald I'ptown Branch office.
CTH AVENUE, NO. 1<M, NEAR TWENTY FIItST
t) street.?Handsomely furnished Rooms to let, singly
oren suite; baths on each floor; references.
,-TTir AVENUE, 1.18, NEAR NINETEENTH STREET.?
'J An elegant Parlor Floor, six connecting rooms, handsomely
furnished, kitchen and servants rooms, for a
party of gentlemen or a family.
7 WEST FOURTEENTH 8TREKT.?FURNISHED
Apartments, without board, for gentlemen; pleasant
Bedrooms third and fourth floors; also I'nrlots.
2QD STREET, 114 EAST, ONE BLOCK FROM MADIO
son square.?'To let, without hoard, elegantly furnished
Rooms; location first class; prices moderate ; references
exchanged.
f} 4 WEST FOURTEENTH STREET.?FC RXISHKD ,
?tLT. Rosms to gentlemen; eas. hot and cold water, I
bath; no board; i>rlvat.- rrrnrh family; references ex- i
ubiinged. Apply to Professor PAKKAIN. |
QQ EAST TENTH STREET.?FURNISHED ROOMS
On to rent, for gentlemen only; reference required
QQ NINTH STREET, BETWEEN FIKTII ANf> SIXTH '
0?7 avenues.?A private Ocrman famllv would accommodate
a few parties; unexceptionable refcren first i
question; stability required.
A MONTHLY, INCLUDING OAS, HALF FRENCH ;
ijp i'' Flat, well furnished ; entire kitchen, containing
range, stationary tubs; also bath and clinet. 11K Fifty,
sixth street, between Lexington and Fourth avenues. 1
d? 4 n ? KJTRNISHED SECOND FLOOR, FOUR
rooms, for housekeeping. in a plain private
houso, to let to gpntleuinn and wife. Apply at :ws West
Twcntv-fourth street, tioar Eighth avenue.
CO EAST NINTH STREET, BETWEEN BROADWAY
*JO and University place.?Handsomely furnished
Rooms to rent to families and gentlemen.
lOQ CLINTON FLACK (KIOIITH STREETi, SKAR
L?'J Sixth avenue.?Furnished Rooms lor genUemcu
or married couple*. An office to let.
1 r-| WEST TWELFTH STREET.-TO LET. FURNISH1()1
ed, to a small family, Parlor Floor, Basements and
two Rooms on third floor; secretary bed In buck parlor.
OQQ WEST FOURTH STREET.?LARGE AND
^OO pleasant Rooms to let, without board. XVI West
Fourth, corner of West Tenth street.
m NINTH STREET, NEA* SECOND AVENUE,
private house.?To let, a small furnished Bedroom
to a gentleman; also a furnished front Basement to a respectable
married couple.
A QO WEST TWENTY-SECOND STREET.?FURNISHrrOU
ed, ono law Bedroom, suitable for one or two
gentlemen; rent fit 80 per week; neighborhood first
class. j
fiftA second avenue, near thirty-sixth ;
"lOO street.?Neiitlv furnished Rooms ami Bedrooms 1
for housekeeping; also furnished Parlor, with bedroom, ,
suitable for a doctor's office: all Improvements; good ;
neighborhood.
I'NFl'RNISHBD ROOMS AND APARTME\TS
TO IjKT.
A -FLOORS, OF TWO. THRP.K, FOUR, FIVE AND
six rooms, to let, in Ninth and sixteenth wards; rent
$8 to $50; Immediate possession.
U. L k. B. T. BUKM! AM. HOB Hudson street,
AnANDSOMK SECOND FLOOR, COMPRISING
three large Rooms. Apply at 111 East Twentyeighth
street.
A FOURTH FLOOR TO LET-IN NEW HOUSE 3*
West Twenty-tlrst street; all modern Improvements!
rent $H5 per month. Inquire on the premises.
A FIRST FLOOR OF 7 ROOMS, WITH ALL IM.
provemenu and In (rood order?91S Sixth avenue, between
Fifty-first and Fitty-eecond streets; $69 per month.
JAMES R. WATER LOW, Ml sixth avenue.
A?TO LET, TO SMALL FIRST CLASS FAMILIES,
some of tho handsomest and most complete French
Flats ever erected In tills city or Paris of the sine, situated
below Fifty-sixth street and near Filth avenue; suits of
eight, nine and ten large rooms, all lighted ; halls heated;
elevator and Janitor; size 2ftx?n, 25.5x 74 , 27 x91); rent* per !
month 9*1 to Office 9W Sixth avenue; open from 7 i
A. M. to 9 P._M.
A DESIRABLE TIIIKD FLOOR TO LET, IN A FIRST I
Ham house, with nil modern Improvements. Apply
at 340 Ki>at Seventeenth street
A -THE EI.EUANT FLOOR, 1?2 NINTH AVENI'R,
corner of West Twentieth itreet, opposite seminary
Bromide, containing nine rooms. Inrlmlliif bathroom,
riinue.iliunh waiter anil every convenience: also, No. SO
West Fifteenth street, the Moor ol seven rooma. I?. A.
Cl'SHMAN, 172 Ninth avenne.
A -TO LET, THE FIRST AND SECOND FLOORS IN ;
the new hrown atone huililimt 4It Went Nineteenth 1
stri ct, rontiiiniiiK ewht rooms sach, inriniiing rauuc, !
holler, bathroom anil every other convenience,
A LAMB FRONT ROOM, WITH CLOHtT*. HOI
and colli water, suitable for Unlit houtckceping,
ami convenient to three Unci of car*. A jul, at 107 Aiuit* (
street, I
I
vnrrrnahrd rooms avo apart i
mbnts to lkt. j i
APAIII-OR KLliMg, COKBIKTINU OK KOl'R KOOV)
toaomill iHiniiy ; month. C'aU i?r two <t?;
at 111 Ka?t Kiichth Mnat.
/lOMKORTABLK APAKTMKNTK OK KOUK BOON
V' In let in Ho!i>*i? In KleventL nnd Twelfth utror
near Second aveauerent front ?K> to 93U. Apply at)
Ku.st Twelfth afreet.
TjlUIOKH.?8BVKN BOOMri KAOH, INCIADINO BAT
J1 rooin. In the brotvn stone l>loek liciKurn Kill
seventh and Kltly eiKhtli rtroet*; In KplenilUi order; I
to 'Hi: also I'pper l'art of owner'* private liooau; all I)
provcni'-nw. No. OSS Second avenue.
L'l.ni.'i iu liBi-iw nitPtl rniKrv TOURTU 9TRKI
r Apply at 7.23 Went Thirty-fonrth street, betwe
Eighth unit Ninth avunuos, lor one week.
PART OP A HOl'KK TO I.KT?TO A SMALL. KAMI I
eontains lour rooms, with hot ?ud cold water, p
bath. Ac. Kent moderate. Apply at 243 East Twttti
11 ml street.
TO I.KT?AT LOW RUNTS, FLOORS OK KOUR A
sU room*, with modern improvements. Apply
premises, 1,SOU Third avenue and 2.22A Socouri avenue.
TO LET? PABLOB FLOOR AND BASEMENT, W1
nil modern Improvement". Inquire at owner,
East Kitty-nlxtli street.
TO LET-KOl R REAUTIFCL ROOMS, CONTAIN! .
water. Km*. 4e.: very desirable neighborhood,
quire on premisu-t, 4A1 West Forty-fourth street.
TO LET?PARLOR AND BASF.MENT IS THE F1 i
brown Htrme House S.W East Thirtieth slieet. |
quire at 1.HJ Third avenue, between Fourteenth and
tee nth atreeta.
rpO LET?IN A NEW HOUSE, KOUR LI CUT ROO I
J. on second lloor, with stationary tubs, water,
pantry, closet: rent cheap. Inquire at 70B Ninth aver 1
between Forty-elvhth and Forty-ninth street*.
TO LET?run UPPER PART OF PRIVATE HOUSE
116 East Filty-lourth dtreut, between Lexington
Fourth avenues; also a splendid Floor of six rooms, col
Filtj third street aud Third uv? title; possession at
moment. JAMKri ROWE, 819 Third avenu
TO LET-A FRENCH FLAT OF EIOllT ROOMS. W1
the latest Improvements; elevator, hot anil colu wr
elevated oven ramie; parlor heated ? ith lurnaue. Jati
in charge. FRANCIS CRAWFORD, 9rt? Third avent.
rpO LKT?SEC'ON D AND THIRD FLOOR. W
x mrjr convenience. XI Oreenwich avenue, f
West Tenth street.
TO LET?ONE OR TWO NICK FLOORS, IN 1
brown stone house, 971 Second avriiue, lielween
t.?-flr?t and Fifty-second streets, with or without b
meiit.
rpo I,KT?THIRD FLOOR OF AN ENGLISH BA
1 niont house: private lainttjr; location unci neigh
hood first class. 478 Wert Twenty-second street.
HOUSXQH, ROOMS. <)[( ., U AXTK1).
In tlila City and Brooklyn.
French flat of eioht or nine rooms j
neeesxary conveniences; independent prniM
about lnt November. Add rem, stating locality, Ac., ]
D., llcralcl Uptown liranrh office.
"IVANTRD?FROM NOVEMBKR 1. BY A RESPO:
It bio family of three adults, a .small, liofldxomoly
fully luruiiilied House, between Fourth ami Sixth
nues and Thirty fourth and Kilty-ninth stroet*. Add
box 4,608 l'o?t office.
XKf ANTED?A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED FC
T" story high Moop House, located between Mad
avenue and Broadway; rent not to exceed $4,OJU.
dress R. II. B., SO Sovpnth street.
~\\TANTED?BY A SMALL FAMILY OF ADULT:
Tf French Flat, either furnished or unfurnished i
or second floor), with Immediate possession. Add
with lUli particulars, WEBSTER, Herald office.
\\r ANTED?AN UNFURNISHED FLOOR IN A M
Tr ern house, for housekeeping: must be nleasa
situated on west side, between Twenty-third and Thlrt
streets; rent not to exceed $40 per mon h. Adesir
tenant can bo obtained by addressing W. H. L., Iloff
House.
BV8INE8S OPPORTIiXITIK8.
A FIRST CLASS STEAM, BOOK AND JOB FR
lug Office for salo at a sacrifice. Satisfactory
son* given t*pr telling. Address PRINTING, box 72
t\??n J).
A rare chance for starting A profita
country store business, in n flourishing town
tnllos from New York. Add rem MILLS, 8U White St., I
A FORTUNE IN A TOY.?NEW CANNON; NOG
powder; no danger; the most attractive ami sal
ver Invented ; patent (or wile.
GEORGE MILNER, 240 Grand stre.
Akpi.endid ciiance.?lumber yard 1
sate. ronslslhtg of two tttll lots, office, ra
Utile*, water, and everything complete; further
tic-w!?r? No. 7 Murray street,'room 23.
Bl sISKSH OPPORTUNITIES.??.0,000 WILL P ftfl
clmse the interest or a rctlrag partner in a mi
Uclurlng hardware house doing i? business of 9100,000 tl^H
annum. Address HARDWARE, Herald Uptown Bra
office.
For rale?a first class oyster and din, i
Restaurant. with bar connected, in the bent loc? LH
In the city of Ponghkeepdc, N. Y.; nearly opposite
court house and post office; without exception thirl
situation for business of this character; all fitted
splendid Ktylc. with everything complete for the huslti
old established And now commanding a largo patrons
stock and fixtures all that is requisite; amount of caa
reauired to purchase this establishment from $1,S0(
$2,000; the owner sells in consequence of having a la
interest in the South whtch requires his personal atl
tlon. Address or apiily to JAMES SERfJEANT, R
Estate Agent, U Market street, Pimghkecpsie elty, N. !
Olf SALE?STOCK AND FIXTURES OF AN O I
established Jewelry Store In Rrooklvn; one of
best stands in tho city. Address JEWELRY, Brook
, Post office.
For sale?stock and fixtures of sewi
machine store, cheap; low rent; or fixtures for s
and store to rent. Apply 5ft Thinl avenue.
PARTIES DESIRING To INTEREST THEMSELY
In a Patent Combination Rail, reversible and c.'^H
tlnuoiis, of steel and iron (2d, Nut Lock; 3d, Union
coupling for lead or iron; 4th, rnllro.nl tie, all new*
recently Issued), will call on or address OUERULET, roc
171 i'osinopolitan Hotel, city; hours 2 till ft.
SUBURBAN CHRISTIAN COLONIES TO LOCA'jH
near New York; organized by Lock wood UifcjcH^H
Rev. L. C. I.ockwool, Manager, .12 Broadway, New Yoro^H
Post office box 3,(KM; fend for circular.
The control of a manufacturing busine^^h
article, bearing lame profit, is ofTereil to a rest*
sil.le person with small capital. Apply to LLOYD,
Broadway, first floor. j
XirANTED?A PARTNER, IN TIIR LIQIj
M an I restaurant business, with $!i?t to $H00; g?
chance to maltc money. Call tor two (lavs at 187 Woo. 1
street. . "
WANTED?MORE CAPITAL AND SEVERAL P.l^H
Tt tics Investing, to carry on an established bnsln?^H
to be removed to tlila city: unlimited demand for t'^^H
work; no risks and profits very large. Address CON.
Herald office.
<t<"| ,-n WILL BUY A OOOD 0A8II PAYING BU''^|
pL? IV neas: must be sold this day. as I have otti
business to attend to. L M. CROSBY, 19 William street
-YOUNG MAN AS PARTNER IN AN OI j^H
iptJUU, established cash buslnoss; can realize abo-^H
$.*) a week; no risk. Apply to TUOMAS GAFFNEY
CO., Auctioneers, No. 6 Centre street.
<fci r;nn ?splendid opportunity?partne.^B
?P J-.f-lvJU. wanteil, to sell tickets and share in thi^H
most celebrated money-making exhibition in America
House crowded nightly. Apply at 106 Broadway, room U^M
d?0 AAA TO $3,000 AND A PARTNER WANTlM^|
to t'tlsh an established busineM, certa'^H
ot 910,000 to $2t),0(? per annum; principals only. Addre*i^H
S. W. S., Herald office.
<J? " AAA TO $10.000.-A PARTY TO INVEST IX J ffl
iPiJ.UUu established and well paying wholemle a
retail business for extending the same; best referenc
exchanged. Address L. k C., Station D. |
BVROrar I
LEGRAND'8 ORI7.A PERFUMES. "
207 Rue St. Honore 307, Pari*. H
Specialty for preservation of beaut v.
Ess Orlr.a and Oriza Lys.
Distinguished perfumes ot varlom bouquets. Sol
i by all Perfumer*, Druggists and Hairdresser*.
STOKVtJR. fl
STORAGE-WEST SIDE FURNITURE STORAfj^H
Warehouses on Abingdon square. Goods placed
separate rooms. Principal office V?:t Hudson street, tf^H
tweuii Bank and West Twelfth streets.
R. TAGGART, Proprietor and Manager
ASTROLOGY. 1
ASTONISHING REVELATIONS BY THE WONDE 1
ftil Mesmerist and Astrologlst.Prof. MAURIS. Lov
Business. Absent Friends, 'Ac. M Bond street.
Know thy destiny i?forewarned is for
armed .the separated reconciled back in love a
business. 1M> West Forty first street, near Broadway.
VflSK WELLINGTON. MM WKST TWENTY-SKVKN't
1*1 street, nour sixth avenue, can be consulted on <
attalrs oMile. I a c K y numbers given.
MKOICAU
ATTENTION?TWENTY YEARS' PRACTICE FX PRC
slan hospitals; speciality, Private Diseases; Nerro
Debility anil tlenltiil Disorders successfully and perm
nrntly enrrd from experience, Consultation tree,
' Dr. FRANKLIN, l>!l Bleecker gtroet ,
A -MADAME ORINDLE," FRMALE PHYSICIAN, I
. West Twenty-sixth street, guarantees relief to t ;
female complaints; pleasant room* tor nursing.
A LADIES'PHYSICIAN?DR. II. I) ORINDI.K, PR
feasor of Midwifery (25 years" practice), guarantr
sure relief In all female complaint*, f rom whatever ran
with or without medicine; Board and nursing. Office l
West Twenty sixth street, near Sixth avenue.
A -mrs. w. ii. maxwbll. 114 bast tent
street. Female Physician; advice gratia. I
Dr. kino curbs all delicatr diseases a?
derangements; one visit sufficient; ronsnltatkstrlctly
private. 14 Amity street, near Broadway.
IADIES.?C ALL OR WRITE FOR MME. Dt'BO
J Female Pills and Monthly Regulator. Mine. Dub.
Guarantees sure relief In all female complaints. Consul
ion from 11 A. M. to 5 P. M. IW East Fifteenth strc
near I'nlon square.
IADIES SPEEDILY CURED AND BOARD1
J durln* sickness. by Dr. and Mine. WEST, Lad I
Physicians, 112 West Twenty-mill street. (
MMK. VAN BVMtlRK. PHYSICIAN AND MIDWIF
25 years' soccoaallil practice; private lying In; co '
imitation tree. IM KuM Twenty-eighth ttrroL
Mrs. WOHORglTKR, IMlYdlCIAW. 149 charl
mreet. betwcfn WnxliinBton nml wrut-UuIlM c<
milt her on nil nllincntx. Hoard, nursing. InUi
mloptnl, ac., a<\ , 1
Madamk KK.kiki.i.S ( KMIBRATKD inkaixir
French Fcm?le rill- No. 2, price $A per box, can
olilnllK'tl nt UrnfitiKt No. IM(Ircenwlch xlrcrt, mul No
Hlxth nvenue; nl?> No. I'iJ Knllon utrcet, llrookt.v
or sont t>y mnil In nont letter torm, with full tllrrcti" '
iwlw N<?. I lii??t V'itlv-ieroml HtNl.loriKtfllUiititv
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