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lliiuirkWD?n Ac. AM EDUCATED YOl'NO LADY (GERMAN). SPEAKING English ami Kn ncta. has been in this country hut u short time, desires a situation as housekeeper or to Uiko <aro of motherless children. Address A. B., 1UB West Mth ?t or Herald office. AW EDUCATED, RESPECTABLE MIDDLE AGED lady a* overseeing housekeeper lor u widower w ho ban one or more yf>un< children to Tie taught : can give highest reference. Address II. H. M., box 116 Herald Up town Branch office . U65 Broadway. A NEAT. CAPABLE WOMAN WISHES A SITUATION In a Christian launiy as house keeper: city or coun ?try. Address L. L.. Post oll.ee, Williamsburg. ATOUNO WIDOW AS HOUSEKEEPER OR ANY po sition at trust ; is acquainted with selllnK (foods and dressmaking in all il? bianchea. Address Mrs. HART WELL, box 149 llerald cilice. A YOUNG LADY AS HOUSEKEEPER IN A WIDOW er's family ; wanes r.ot so much an object as a kln<'. home. Address 'or one week G. E. N., Brooklyn llerald Branch office. A HOUSEKEEPER OF PLEASING ADDRESS, ED ncated and wuh otne musical qualifications, who speaks Parisian French and is willing to travel, to take ?charge of a widower's umilv; good temper and Mm la bility of disposition a necessary requisite. Address, stat. ine particulars airi views ot salary, PROFESSOR, bo* 1!? Herald office. _ _ A RESPECTABLE PERSON, WHO HAS LIVED 13 years with an elderly couple as companion, house keeper anil seamstress, wishes a similar situation in this city; la Protestant ; a quiet home and kind treatment more an object than JiIkIi salarv ; city reference. Ad dress COMPANION, Herald Uptown Branch officc, 1,265 Broadway. Anew England lady, with her husband, would like llie charge of a gentleman's house during the Bummer; best city reierencea. Address ail the week Mrs. BELL, 69 South Washington square, second floor. A THOROUGHLY RELIABLE, MIDDLE-AGED American woman, ns housekeeper or to lake carc of an Invalid, traveli ng or otherwise ; none but first class need answer; best reference given. Address COMPE TENT, box 200 Herald Uptown Branch office. A FIRST CLASS FAMILY, WISHING TO LEAVE their house during Summer with a quiet American, ?an find one by calling immediately on Miss BARBER, dressmaker, US West Tweiity-llltli street. A LADY WOULD LIKE A POSITION AS HOUSE keener ; no objection to country. Address WIDOW, bos 195 Herald office. A LADY, WITH SON AND DAUGHTER, BOTH adults, desire to take charge of a private house for Summer months while lamily Is absent in country or Europe ; reliable and unexceptionable references. Ad drew, for three days, M. M. A., llerald office. A RESPECTABLE MAN AND WIFE (ENGLISH) would like to take charge ol dwelling or offices, Ac. Address TRUTn AND TRUST, station D. A YOUNG WIDOW. A STRANGER IN NEW YORK, desires n situation as housekeeper or some position of trust. Address Miss L., Herald Uptown Braucn office, AS HOUSEKEEPER ? AN INTELLIGENT, WORKING woman. 25 or M years ot age, without encumbrance, to take entire charge ; no others need apply. Address B. 8., box 192 Herald office. AN AMERICAN LADY OF THE HIGHEST RESPECTA bllity, best references, and fully competent in every department of housekeeping, desires to taxe a first class, furnished or partly ftirnlshcn House (for udults only). with the best care ol premises, at a fair rent; between Twen tieth and Thirty-fourth streets and Fourth and Sixth ave nues preferred. Address Miss CROSBY, 254 Madison av. HOUSEKEEPER'S SITUATION WANTED? BY A middle-aged widow, in a small plain fkmliy : city or -country; would expect to take charge and be willing to ?lo the housework ; widower's family preferred. Address Mrs. H., box 186 Herald office. HOUSEKEEPER'S POSITION WANTED? BY AN American widow lady, aged .10, fully competent to superintend ami take charge of a household; prefers goiag into the country ; none but reliable parties need apply. Adrirasn Mrs. J., Herald Uptown Branch efflce. SITUATION WANTED? AS HOUSEKEEPER; COUN try preferred. Address X. Y. Z., station B. "|17"ANTED? CHARGE OF A GENTLEMAN'S RESI fr dence during the Summer months, or longer; no children: can furnish unquestionable references. Ad dress SECURITY, Herald Uptown Branch office WANTED? BY A HIGHLY RESPECTABLE MIDDLE aged American lady, a Protestant, as superintend ent of some hotel ; is accustomed to the management of servants; in city or country, and accustomed to take Jiharge of laundry and linen room; understands market, ng , best reference riven. Address for one ween Mrs. NOET1IROP, box lit llerald ottlce. 124 L?undj-(HMti, dtc. A] (lOERCR ST., ROOM 1? A WOMAN TO DO washing and ironing at her own home, or go out washing or housecleaniug by the day. 119 WEST 26TH ST.-A FIRST CLASS LAUNDRESS 1 I Zj would like families' and gentlemen's washing ; linens and fineries done In a superior manner. Inquire tor AUGUSTA, top floor. WEST <9TH ST., FIRST KLOOR.-A RESPECT able German woman wishes family washing. IA'7 ST.. BETWEEN 6TII ANI> 7T1I AVS.-A ItI respectable wonun as.good washer and ironer, to go out by the day or would take in a family's wishing. Mrs. PETIT. on>) LEXINGTON AV.-A WOMAN WISH KS family washing to do at her house or at any gentleman's rcfUlence. <>1 9 WEST 2HTI1 ST.. l; KTWERN 7TH AV. AND Broadway ? A respectable woman to go out for the day to do first cluss washing and iroitirti; ; gooJ city reference. OIO WEST 29TH STREET, ROOM B.? A RESPECT able colored woman solicit* tine washing to do at home by the dozen, week or month. oor WEST SSTII ST., THIRD FLOOR. ? A RE ?&*} spectable woman as first - lavs laundress: under stands all branches; would tuke in family wushing on rossonatle terms; highest references. OQ1 K AST MT1I T., UP TWO PAIR STAIRS, BACK ?OL room.? llood laundress wishes wuie washing at her home, understands her business; fluting done at moderate terms. QQC WEST MTU ST.? A GERMAN FIRST CLASS laundress desires work by the day or to take in line washing ; good Hlemnw. OQ7 WEST 27TH ST., FIRST FLOOR, BACK, BE Zul tween 7th and Nih a vs.? A respectable woman wants work, by the day, to do washing, ironing, or hoii?ecleaning; understands fluting and all branches of laundry work; best city reference. 4 I) EAST :!OTH ST, IN Tin: GROCERY STORE. jUTi^ Washing an?! ironing, by the day or would go out houaecieanlng ; city references, ACQ ?TH AV.-A YOUNG WOMAN WOULD MICE jU'JO wnshingofa family or gentlemen at her own home; fluting, puffing and ironing done first cla-a. Q/tQ EAST 48TII ST.. BETWEEN 1ST AND 2D AVS.? ifxtfl A respectable woman solicits washing to do at borne, or would go out by the day. ? ?-| A WEST lfiTII ST., ROOM ?.? A COMPETRRT Oil" person as laundress or dressmaker in a private family; or will go out by the day. Q1H EAST 8?TH ST., FIRST FLOOR.-A PEW GEN ?J I U tleinen's and ta tn dies' washing wanted, or would igo out by the. day ; good reference. O f Q BAST 8SD ST., TOP FLOOR, BtCK.-A RE OlO snectahle Swedish woman to do ladies' an<i gen tlemen's washing at her own home, or would go out by the day to work ; la an excellent laundress. QOO WEST 3"TII ST.. TOP FLOOR, BACK ROOM.? OOa An experienced laundress solicits iaili"S" and gentlemen's washing to do at lier house. Mr-. Bt" RN8. ?ion east jjd st., top floor, back room.? a OOt* respectable woauin to take in washing ; clothes done up in superior style ; also fluting; good references. 5TII ST.-A FIRST CLASS WASHER AND Ironer wishes work at her house. O.I Q EAST SID ST.? LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN '8 0 r O fine WAshinu wanted by a good laundress, or would go ont by the day ; best city reference. 4(17 Mff 11TH ST., RUT FLOOR, BACK, ROOM T"' F 4 1? A respectable woman to do washing at home, or would go out by the day. AWl BA8T ,6T" 8T ? RO?* 1? A FIRST CLAM rO" I laundress to do family or irriiMeiuen's washing at her own house, on reasonable terms ; good references. A 4*7 "EST 36TH ST., BETWEEN 9TH AND IflTH A VS.? iO| A respectable woman wants washing, in or out 01 the house.; a first class laundress. JQK 3D AY.? A RESPECTABLE WIDOW WISHES ? yi'J washing by the day, or to t*ko chargu ol a house. Cull lor two days. CA7 <Tn AV ? A RESPECTABLE WOMAN SOLICITS ?""l washing to do af home, or would pioukbythe day ; beat city reicrences. Cull for two days. 3D AV.. TOP FLOOR? A RESPECTABLE WO I nlsn wishes a tew gentlemen's washlnc or turn .llles', at fifty or seventy Ave cents a dozen. Mrs. BURNS, rjL'S) lllTll AV., BETWEEN TdsT AND fBI? STS , TUP I OJi floor, iront.? A rc*p< ctable woman wishes a few ceutlcuien's or fain Hies' washing at SOc. nnd 7fc . a d izen. Mrs. MULHOLLAND. 4 MTII AY., BETWEEN I8TH AND ?fTH STS.? A OI/t: first class laundress wi<he.? some ladies' ami ircn tleinen's washing ; can do all kinds of fluting; rin^ sec ond bell. _ Q7?> ?D A V., NEAR Cm ST.. THIRD PLOM Ol O hack.? A competent wemau to take In washing and ironing; is willing to go to the hou-<e to do it; g< oi reteretice. QTUTVESANT LAUNDRY. 143 EIGHTH STBKET, 0 near Fourth avenue.? All kinds of work splendidly lone; cutis and collars a specialty, lace curtains, fluting. Ac. Good* collected and delivered promptly to WIST 42D ST.? A COMPETENT WOMAN AH ? nurse ; enpahle of taking entire charge of an in fant froin Its birth; good city reference. Call on Monday. 7 - SD AV.? A MONTHLY NnRSE CAN BE EN 1 ? >?T<W" ' I lmmc<ll0,cl'1 r,,fcr,'"('v- Addr. s- V rs 339 238 WEST as D ST.-A MONTHLY Nl'RSB CAN BE engaged immediate b ; refers to lirst class ? )- I WBST 37TH ST.-A YOUNG WOMAN AS NI'RSE ? ' 1 1 nnd seamstr"ss. wishes to nirtl.< fterstU ven r *lly useful. ?||/J 7TH AV , FIRST FLOOR, FR'Nl ROOM.? A ?'"I respectable voting irlrl to care a iial>v in a private family ; 1* willing and oimging. *17*) *TII ST., BETWEEN AVS. C AND D, ToP, *t I w back room.? A middle-aged person, speaking fluently French, Herman and English, In the country, with joe or two grown up children ; salary a secondary ?blccL ______ AAU w?s1' 2n,? sr.-A resprotabu; wiik.w lady desires to go out as monthly ; bestofohvsl ?lans' anu families' references: citv or ciiautry. Aildr> s? MURSK. SITUATIONS WANTRH? FKMAI.KS. Norses. Ae> Cl A WEST MTII ST.-BY A RESPECTABLE WO ? )X'x man a baby, to nurse ?? has lately lost her owu ; Ik* st reference. Address Mr*. UNTIED. ogg SD AT.. BETWEEN 17TH AND MTH ST8.-A Do.) respectable Swedish girl as nurse; tUllr under stands the care of an iniant, to bring up on tlio bottle ; Is a good hand newer; tan bring good references. Call on or address within three, day*. HOC 3D AV.. THIRD BELL ?A RESPECTABLE Ot7U widow woman to take in families', ladies' or gentlemen's washing, or would go out by the day washing or hoiisccleanmg : all linens done In superior atyle ; flut ing and crimping. Call or address. 2D AV.. THIRD FLOOR, FRONT.? A WET I OU nurse with a fresh breast of milk five weeks olfL AS NURSE? A YOUNG ENGLISH WOMAN; UNDER elands bringing up a babv on the bottle ; no oblec tlon to leaving tlie city. Address L. L, Herald Uptown Branch office. An enoi.ish girl to 00 to England with a family as child's nurse or to accompany a lady; best reference. Address A. R. W., box I 29 Herald uptown Jiranch office. Miwrllanconi. Of) WEST 9TH ST. -a YOUNG HERMAN LADY OF ?>?? education and refinement, perfectly faniiiiar with the English language. is desirous of obtaining a position as travelling companion to ? lartv goiug to Europe; best references glreii and required. Address UK KM AN LADY. I OUUE ST., BETTING HOTEL.? A YOUNG I ' ' French girl, of Paris, in a good American lamiiv, to take care of ululdreu nnd do plain sewing. Address Miss A/. hi, IK L. "1/fQ WEST 4TH ST., REAR.? WORK WANTKD BY iTt/ the day; housecleaniug, washing and ironing; gooa reference. I l(J WEST 4TH ST.? A RESPECTABLE WOMAN l'xt/ tog.i out by the day to do housccleaulug or wash ing and Ironing; reference. t) in MADISON AV. ? AN EDUCATED YOUNG wlj French lady, having great ability, wishes to ac company u tamllv to Europe; willing to make herself useful. Addreat FRENCH OOVBRNBSB on Monday. Q91 WEST 41 ST ST.? A YoUNO WOMAN TO UOUSE _ ? I clean, understands It thoroughly. inn WEST I7TII ST., ROOM 6.? A COMPETENT OX' / person as laundress and dressmaker in a private family, or will go <>ut by the day ; good reference. Q/iQ 8TH ST., CORNER AV. C.? A MOST RESPECT ?JTU able Germun governess, with a refined educa tion. as nursery governesss in a private family ; best ref erences from her last employers. Address Mr*. DENN HARDT. Q/f A EAST :t21) ST. -A WOMAN WUffaSf TO GO O xtr out by the day. Avery responsible lady would like to take charge of n house in the ubsence of the family. Address Mrs. P., llerald Uptown Branch office. A SITUATION WANTED? HY AN AMERICAN WO man, to travel with a family going to Europe or Cul itornla; will take care of an invalid lady or children; would be willing to make herscll generally useful; can furnish good reference. Address for one week Miss JI M V WARREN, Hrocklvn Branch Herald office. AS COMPANION OR GOVERNESS Tt) YOUNG OR married ladies; country, seashore or travelling abroad, by a highly educated lady, refined, pleasing manners. Address TACT, Herald Uptown Brancli office. AN AMERICAN I.ADY OK 25 DKSIKKS TO TRAVEL with a lady as companion and maid ; good reference. Address M. E. M. Herald Uptown Branch office. An EXPERIENCED AND EDUCATED YOUNa FER son wishes to engage with a family going to Europe In an v capacity ; fond of children aud accustomed to the sea ; first class city reference. Address M. E., !W0 9th nr., corner 2:1.1 St AyOUNG LADY DESIRES A POSITION AS COM panion to a lady going to Europe or governess to one or two children-, highest city references. Address E. L., box 112 Herald Uptown Branch office. A LADY PHYSICIAN. WISHING TO SPEND A FEW months In Europe tor rest, will aceompanv an Inva lid or yi ung ladies. Address PHYSICIAN, box 92 Brook lyn Post office. A LADY OF CULTURE AND HIGH TONE, A STRAN gcr and alone In town, having suddenly lost homo, money and all, thus appeals to souie Uith minded, kind, inlddtc-aged gentleman, wno will help ner exist tempo rarily anil win eternal gratitude. Address LE AFFAMIR, Herald Uptown Branch office, 1,265 Broadway. A FRENCH (PROTESTANT) WOMAN WISHES A situation to take care of children anil to do sewing; good reference. Address A. B., box 147 Herald Uptown Branch otllce. A RESPECTABLE YOUNO GERMAN GIRL WOULD like to go to Europe, with a family, to take care of children or an invalid lady ; best city icicrcuccs. Address B. H.. station D. * SITUATION WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE UV widow, with a family going to California, either as nurse- lor un invalid or to take charge of u child ; is a first class dressmaker and housekeeper; best city reference; can lie seen till engaged. Address Mrs. EDD, Brook lyn Braach Herald office. AVOONO FRENCH LAI>Y WISHES A SITUATION in a fancy store as saleslady ; good reference will bo given. Apply'at 117 Bleeckcrst AliADY, WHO HAS TRAVELLED ALL OYER Europe and speaks tour lansuages fluently, wishes to accompany a In mil v und make herself useful. Address M. N\, Herald Uptown Branch office. A German lady will I.D U k K TO travel-. B competent to take the entire charge of young ladies wishing to no atiroad and to teach them her own lan guage. Address P. K., Herald Uptown Branch oBm, Parties going out of town fob the 80X181 can have their house taken care ot by a responsible party. In consideration of the use of same for three grown up persons. Address c. 0., box 4,748 Post ofllce. WANTED? BY A YOUNO LADY, COPYIKO TO DO m or writing of any kind. Address A. L. S., Heiald Uptown Branch olllce. "WANTED? A SITUATION AS STEWARDESS ON A TT steamboat. Inquire at 136 Crosby St., third Hoor, rear. \\r ANTED? BV A YOUNO LADY OF EDUCATION, if the position of travelling companion to a family going abroad , never seasick; no salary expected; refer ences. Address FLORENCE WILFER, Herald office. W"ANTKr>? Br A LAI)Y. A POSITION AS COM ii panlon; understands machine and hand sewing; willing to make herself useful; most satisfactory reicr enccs. Address box 2.IW2 New York Post olllce. WANTED? BY A YOUNO SOUTHERN LADY, A \ ? situation as companion or as governess, so teach the English branches: host references. Address Miss J. C. M., lialtimore Post ofllce. PROFESSIONAL SITl' ATIONS AVA.VTEU Fl*'. M A IjKS. 1 <)U WEST .KHU ST.. SECOND FLOOR.? A YOUNO I uO colored woman, a competent hair dresser, solicits patronage: ladles waited upon at their residences; per manent; $2 SO per week. Ladles' and gentlemen's liair champooed or washed. A 111 IF THE HERALD WOULD ONLY WAIT FOR j\ its pay she wouldn't mind doing the other way. But it won't Whereupon the aiorcsaid mercenary young lud\ wants to earn a dollar rlfht off. She c in't wait till the hook realizes,-' for at that lelicltons moment It might be that her grandchildren would be all there would be left ot her. She prefers one good dituior U>-day to the several thousand which are announced lo take place on the day immediately lollowing her demise; wherefore she trusts that hercaiter she may he severely let alane bv every editor and publisher, at whose approach adol'ar kill is not more prominent than the nose on his face. She will not waste one day in hope; better keep on throwing her dollars into the Herald ; then "let tnein alone and they'll come home, u wagging their tails behind them." For the visible, the tangible and the Instantane ous. she will write a letter, a story, a novel, a poem, a book, a sermon, a political speech or an epic. She writes one and the other with ci|ual ease, having already done all ol these. Preliminary correspondence for any whose work is not quiU- ready, SI each exchange of letters; only the first two communications, 26 cents each exchange. Address Ml<s MERCENARY, box 7.1 station P. A YOUNO LADY, WRITING A GOOD BUSINESS hand desires copying for lawyers and others, which slic may do at home. Address A. K , box 126 Herald office A YOUNG LADY, GRADUATE OF THE NORMAL College, would like an engagement as Mslt Inir teacher In or near New York. Address Miss NORRIE, box 136 Hcruld office. A POSITION IN A GALLERY WANTED-BY A J\ ladv as photo colorlst. retouching in Ink, Ac. Ad dress Miss lilt \Y, 'SSI Herald olliee. An educated LADY MUSICIAN AND VOCALIST; speaking French and English well, desires to tench in a family; salary noi an object; highest references. Address Y. 7... box 122 llerald Uptown Branch officer. A YOUNG LADY OF EDUCATION, WHO WRITES V legible hand, wishes to do some copying for a law yer. Address COP VIM , box 101 Herald office. A YOUNO. HERMAN LADY WISHES A SITUATION as governess; bathes German, FrenchaiidMu.sk-; good reference. Address A. !>.. Herald office. A HAIRDRESSER WILL GO OUT AT $2 PER week. Call on or address HAIRDRESSER. 147 West Twenty -fourth street. A LADY, WHO HAS ORE AT SKILL IN TEACHING English to forlegnvrs, will take two more pupils in the evening. Address, for one week, LAM EKICAIXE, Herald Uptown Branch ofBCfc A FRENCH PROTESTANT LADY WISHES TO FIND a position as governess or companion in an Ameri can family about to travel in Europe ; can furnish excel lent reference. Addre.?* Mis-. A. M , box 172 Herald I'p town Branch olllce. \Ynl NO LADY. HAVING FORMERLY BF.EN EM ployed for years as a forewoman In tlrst class whole sale snlt and undergarment busineases In this city, has recently returned from Berlin with the n?w styles arid want* now a convenient position. Address L B.. llerald ofllce. As companion ? ari: the parties contem fdating Europe (or heme) who would engage a lad> ax social ? (?iiimtnion . a wh|ow,:?>; * Ithoiit tic* nnd alone ; is lively, genial, high-toned, intellectual and po etic . a tfrnphfc writer, fine reader ; no mal de mer only parties of weilth need address Mrs. LEVBNWORTfl, llerald Uptown Branch office, 1.20.* Broadway. AN ACCOMPLISHED AND EXPERIB ?CKD I.ADY teacher gives private lessons In EngllsU lo itrown up ladles , ? neglected edacatlon; had reading, writing and speaking niadi perfect. Apply at music store 17* 6th av. A LADY, w;n> IS \ PERFECT MISTRESS o| I V< II branch of the dressmaking business, desires a situa tion in a family by the day, week or month, or would go ill a store as forewoman to cot, fit, design and finish Tn al> departments of tb<* business. Address Bl SIN Ess, box 114 Herald Uptown Branch office. ITALIAN LADY WISHES TO TEACH THE ITALIAN I language In some family. Hi Grand st. |S THERE A GENTLEMAN OF HONOR IN THE CITY J of New York who would n?ist a widow la obtalnlug a rcspectabl e living ' Address U ART. Herald offloa PROFESSIONAL SITF ATIOIf S WANTED FK9IALK8. WANTED-FOB A GERMAN LADY, A SITUATION itovtrni'K in school or family ; five vears' expe rience in England and (Jermany; thorough education, food English, French, needlework, drawing and music, ngnire at 333 Garden st, Hoboken. 1ITANTED? BY A YOUNG GERMAN LADY. A 8ITUA ii tlon with a lamilv to instruct and take c.are of chil dren; speaks Trench fluently: first class references Ad dress O. W..hox 103 llerald office. \ET ANTE I ?? B Y A RESPECTABLE, TUL ftDUCAT ii ed young person, a position a< children's governess, lady's mui I, companion or any other position oi trust; Is a irood seam-dress, operates on Wheeler Jt Wilson s and Willcox A Gil.bs' machines, and would be competent to take the entlru charge ot one or two children; can tur nleh excellent reference from last anil former employers. Address K. II., llerald U|to?u Branch office, for two days. VjL'ANTKD? BY AN INTELLIGENT OIRI., TO LEAKN IT a trade; way dressmaking or mlllnery. Slate terms with board, or with board and lodging, or without either; aNo hi.w much time 1h required fur learning the trade, und all other particulars iu lull. Address U. L. M., llerald otlloe. HELP WAMTED-PEMAm. A T. STEWART A 00. WANT first class DivE^SMAKE RS, who have been accustomed to work ON IIIOII COST SILK DKKSSK8. Also CLOAK, SACQIE AND POLONAISE MAKERS, lor custom work. First class OPERATORS on WHITE WORK. St-ndy employment ami liberal pay per piece or week. Apply at Oth St., entrance, Broadway and 10th st A FIRST CLASS MILLINER WANTED-ONE upeakim; French preferred ; also a saleswoman ac customed to the best city trade. Apply, belore 10 A. M., to Mis. CONNELLY, No. 7 Last Sixteenth street, base ment door. A GIRL, FROM 16 TO 18, WANTED? TO TAKE CARE oi a baby ; ono who lives near by and can go home at night. Ap'ply at 131 West M st AVOUNO LADY WANTED-IN a STORE NOT open evening; must have business experience and first class reference lor character and ability. Address PRINCETON, llerald office. A? WORK GIVEN OUT AT EXCELLENT PRICES ? to pay lor first class new sewing machines; all earned over u stnall instalment payable iu cash; a lew new elegant machines xvill oe disposed of this week very cheap. BI.AKK, Bl'CKWAL LER X CO., lift 4th uY, corner of 12th st., and 1U1 Bleecker St., one block west of Broadway. * ?WORK OIVES OUT AT ADVANCED PRICES TO J\ . pay lor tlrst class sewing machines by instalments. D. T. POND A CO., wareiooras 142 Kast Eighth street, near Howerv. and 21 Astor place. Notice.? This concern does not puff Itself, but refers with satisfaction to all par ties who have Imd machines of us lor the last o'a years. A CHANCE TO LEARN TELEGRAPH Y.-MEN, women, bovs and girls learn and take positions; de mand greater than the supply. THOMPSON'S College. -0 4th av . opposite Cooper Institute. A? LADIES ARE INVITED TO TAKE ANY KIND OE ? Sewing Machines they like, and to take out shirts, ladies' uuilergarincnts, Ac., tomake.it home or in shop, and pay only sniuil sums dowp and leave small sums every week ami get cash tor work. KtNSRURY GAR M E NT M AN I- FAt 'T I It K US, 100 ( 'lumbers street. A T 14 EAST I.VI'H ST.- A FEW FIRST CLASS PRESS A makers can And steady employment; thoroughly oomtetcnt ones only taken. Come prepared to work. A GOOD COOK, TO ASSIST WITH WASHINO; A German preferred. Apply at 207 West 33d st. Dressmakers.? wanted, a first class seam stress, able to work either by sewing machine or by hand. Apply at Madame PAllKAIN's, 24 West 14th st. Dressmaking?good waist makers wanted t alsovoung girls to work on trimming. Apply to Mllle. A. 0. Rl SnELL, 33 East 20th st. DRBSSMAKEUS.? TWO FIRST CLASS TRIMMERS wanted, and a couple ol apprentices ; none but good trimmers nerd apply ; come prepared to work. Madame ARNol.'X. 71 West 4*4l li st, corner of fith nr.. Dressmakers wanted- who CAN OPERATE ON Wheeler A Wilton's machine ; also ail apprentice. Apply at 73lJ Ctli iv., mar 42d at. I^XPERIENCED OPERATORS on WBBBUUt A 'J Wilson's machine, to trim lawn mits; also a few good liemnierH, at ASHKK A ARONSON'S, 381 Canal st. First class dressmakers wanted.? only the very best need apply; also operators on Grover A Baker's machine. Apply to Mrs. CONNELLY, No. 7 East 18th St.. bMMWl floor. First class buttonhole makers wanted-* on tine custom shirts. Apply to UNION ADAMS A CO., 837 Broadway. 1/IIRST CLASS SALESLADY WANTED? IN ARTIFI l1 rial flower department; none hut those thoroughly experienced need apply; good aalarv. BLOOM'S, 338 Bowery. IJTB8T CLASS MILLINERS WANTED? AT MADAME 1 A. MICHEL'S, 423 6th a v. Call early. CURLS WANTED? WHO UNDERSTAND FRINGING T ladles' neckties; also lace workers. Apply lor three days at B Bond st (lOOD DRESS M VKEIl WANTED? AT 101 WEST 41ST T at., corner 6th av, B. CORBIE. /lOOD DRESSMAKERS.? ONLY EXPERIENCED \T hands need apply at Mrs. 0'KEEFFE\>, OHU 3d av., i!r-.t door trom corner 38th st. HOUSEKEEPER WANTED-ONLY THOSE NEED apply who lire able to furnish first class reference. Address, with particulars and reference, STABILITY, Ileralil office. First class waist and BLBBYR TRIMMERS wanted : also an experienced operator on Wheeler A Wilson's machine. 13 East 171M st InElIIOERT ladies WANTED? TO solicit SUB script Ions for important practical and useful works; good wages or commission. Call on MACLEAN, UIB son a co., 712 Broadway. Lace sewer? competent to design and copy all stvlesof lace goods. Apply to .M. T. U1G U1NS. 52 West 14th St Ladies-work furnished at home to pay for first class sewing machines, on easy monthly instal ment*: ins) ruction free. NEW YORK MACHINE STITCHING COMPANY, 16 Clinton place (8th st.i, west of Broadway. Milliners wanted.-two first class milli liers and trimmers. None hut competent persons need apply to E. MATHERS A CO., lial Broadway. Millinery.? wanted, a first class sales woman. To a person understanding the business thoroughly good wages will he paid, with permanent em ploy mcnt A;. ply at 188 Howery. Milliners. -wanted, an a no. i trimmer; one who is used la first class city trade; from $iato$2& will be paid ami steady employment u'iveu to a guod hand. 88 West 14Ul at. PERATOR8 ON SHIRT FRONTS ON WUEELEU A Wilson's machine. WATSON A STEWART, 88 Dnane St. 0 R. S U MARY A CO. rennire experienced saleswomen for millinery and straw goods; also intelligent and tidy cash girl*. Active young girls taken to learu the business. R. U. M Vl'Y It CO.. 14th st and 8th av. I) B. RACY A CO. It. require experienced saleswomen for millinery and straw goods; also Intelligent and tidy cash girls. Active young girls taken to learn the business. R. II. MACY A CO., 14th st and 8th av. SALESLADIES.? WANTED, FIRST CLASS SALES ladles in the millinery woods department ; al-o an A No. 1 hand lor a millinery showroom ; none hut exper ienced hands need apply ; also apprentices ami cash girls wanted. J. ROTHSCHILD, W West Hth st. SA LESLA HI ES WANTED? IN TIIF, FI.OWKR AND ribbon departments. None hut experienced hands need apply to M. T. HIOOINB, 82 West I4tli st VilKM GERMAN GIIIL, TO DO GENERAL Vf housework for a small family ; must lie a good cook, washer and ironer. Inquire at fto Easi 12th st UP" ANTED? SMART AND NEAT ERRAND GIRLS; 11 also an apprentice for millinery ; references re quired ; at Mine. WINTER'S, 27 Last 14th at, between 6th av. and I nion square. TIT ANTED? AS NURSE, A PERSON (PROTESTANT it preferred) who would appreciate a good home and he willing to take entire charge ol two children, aged 2 and 7; must be a good seamstrcse, be able to read and write ami furnish unexceptionable references as to character: to such a person a permanent aud remunera tive position is ode red. Apply at 332 Lexington av., comer 3'Jth st ANTED ? TWO NEAT. TIDY t.IKLS TO ATTEND lunch counter. 3>> Liberty st. TV ANTED? A LADY EXPERIENCED IN SR1RTMAK ii ing to cut from mi asure in a custom shop ; most have good reference tor character and ability. Address SHIKTMAKER, box 138 Ilerald ofTlce. ?MTANTRD-A YOUNG GIRL, GERMAN PREFERRED. TV for hi>UM W'ork. at AH1 Uudsou st ; wages to tlu per month. It 'ANTED? AN APPRENTICE AND AN IMPROVER ?* in dressmaking and plain aewing. Apply at .527 West 27th st. 'ANTED? A GIRL TO WASH AND IKON AND DO general housework. Inquire at 403 East Willi st U/ANTED? A GOOD GIRL TO DO UPSTAIRS WORK f? and tafce .'liaree of two children ; good i It) reier '?nee required. Apply at <W West Nth St., on Monday inurnitig, between the hour- of 10 and 12 o'clock. w w Vt.' ANTED IMMEDIATELY? AT MOUNT SINAI lloM 11 pital, female nurses lor medical wards; must b ? well recommended. Apply at once at hoai ilat coi ner of Lexington av. and Mifh st. II' ANTED? AMERICAN FOREWOM AN, To TAKE M charge of girls In c?, liar factoiv. Apply In per- n. with reterences . good salary paid. Experienced t aper collar hands; liberal wages. If? Lispenard st. TXTAETRD? A GOOD GERMAN WET NURSE; BE) II wanes given, will be well treated. AppVy ai V> West Si'th st _____ * Vi:ANTED-A YOUNG LADY COPYIST; MUST BE OF TV good address and pleading appearance. Address, appointing time and place of Interview, F LOYEKIMG, Herald office. WANTED - EXPERIENCED OPERATORS ON ?? Wheeler .1 Wilson and Wllleox A kibl.s' ina chines; stead* Work find gixxl pay INDEHTKI'CTIHLK RUFFLE COMPANY. J64 ?>?i IMf'.a* at st. IIKLP WAHTKD? FEMAIiES. Wanti:d-a GIRL TO DO GENERAL housework, by a small private family. Inquire at 417 Kmc Slat street. TITANTED? FIRST RATE TRIMMERS KOR DRR8S TT making : only t ho.se accustomed to fine work. Come prepared to work. Nine. A. DUVAL, 21 East 20th St., uud f)7? Broadway. TVANTEI>-AT 139 WAVERLEY IT. ACE. AN ENER ?Y getic, systematic woman (dressmaker) to superin tend workrooms and willing to devote her time to her employer's Interest; totho right person a permanent posi tion. ANTED.? AN AMERICAN I.ADV, OK IT EPOSSESS imt appearance and uuiet and domestic tastes, as housekeeper; is fully competent; agreeable and obliff liilC. Address, stating place or interview, STRATH ML' lir., llerald office. ANTED? El ItST CLASS OPERATORS ON ORGAN die goods and ladles' fine white suits. WILSON A C.REKJ, 771 Broadway, corner Oth st. (entrance 00 M It) TlrANTED-A YOl'Nll LADY, WHO CAN GIVE GOOD TT references as to character and ability, to attend in an ice cream and confectionery store. Address, stating terms und references, C. D., Do* lb6 llerald Uptown Branch otHce, 1,265 Broadway. "IV ANTED? A FIRST CLASS SALESLADY IN A TT tancv and trimming store ; best referuuee required, at 320 Bieectcr st. w w vv T17 ANTED? EXPERIENCED HANDS TO MAKE vv boys' waists. Only good and competent hands may apply at 46 Leonard st, up stairs. References required. WANTED-EXPERIENCED BANDS ON HAIRCLOTH und wiru bustles; one competent to superintend ; als:? active young glrl.s to learn, at :w West 11th at., be tween Broadway and University place. J ANTED? A COOK, WASIIER AND IRONEli; ALSO chamhermuld and waitress, to go n sh,>rt di.-tancc out of the city. Apply, with recommendations, between It and U o'clock, Monday, at IK W illiam st TITAN TED? A FIRST CLASS BOOKKEEPER, WITH T T furnace experience, lor two large blast furnaces In Pennsylvania; one having engineering education pre ferred. Apply by letter, with references, to (1. L., bo* 290 Herald ofllce. No hank clerks need apply. WANTED? FIRST CLASS HANDS TO TRIM AND finish waists, and a welt recommended young girl to rnn errands and to learn tho trude. 21 East 16th St., two door* w est of Colon square. WANTKP-SEVERAL EXPERIENCED SALES women for laces, millinery, underwear atid chil dren's suits. Apply to RICHARD MEARES, corner 6th iv, and 19tli st WA.NTED-THREE FIRST CLASS SALESWOMEN TT tor our made up millinery department; also three for our straw goods department; experienced sales women only need apply. JOHNSON, BURNS A CO., 34 and 56 East 14tli st. (Union square). "1117 ANTED? A GOOD WASHER IN A BOARDING TT stable; one who can ptven good references; American or German preferred. BAKER, Cosmopoli tan Stable, 616 Bed.'ord av., Brooklyn. WANTED? AT ST. GERMAIN HOTEL, CORNER 2.'D TT st. and Broadway, n first class head chambermaid ; j>antr^ girl, colored. Apply Monday morning, between WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED SALESWOMAN OF good address to take chargo of our suit depart ment: also genteel assistants. Apply to RICHARD M i a RES, corner <>tli av. and 19th st \If ANTED? A OOOD PLAIN COOK FOR A SMALL TT private family; best of references required. Call between 9 ami 11 A. M. at No. 9 West 49th st. WANTED-A FINE SEWER ON WHITE OOODH AND a competent dressmaker; only experienced hauds need apply ; also an apprentice. 47 East l.stiist WANTED-A FIRST CLASH SALESLADY THAT understands the hairdres*iug business. good refer ence. Apply at 275 titli av. r ANTED? A SMART GIRL TO LEARN TO EM broider buttons. Apply at 1, 16H llroudway. -tlTANTED? FIRST CLASS IMPROVERS KOR DRESfi Vt making and an apprentice milliner. 19 Bruvoort place (East lutli st). TlTANTED? FIVE EXPERIENCED HANDS AGCU8 T> touted to work on soft solder Jewelry. Apply at 340 Fultou st, Brooklyn. ANTED- SEVERAL OOOD DRESSMAKERS AND apprentices, at 60 East KM st WANTED-A GOOD COOK. WASHER AND IRONER; must refer to former employer. Call from 11 till 2, 128 East :17th st. w w r anted- a v < >c n? J^SioPa, s<??V5h K WITH Monday. WANTED? FIRST CLASS MILLINERS, IMPROVERS ?ml apprentices. Mat MYBRS, llfl 4th >T. YITANTED? A COMPETENT LAUNDRESS AND TO f T assist In chamberwork ; none but with city refer ence need appiy it co West j)tt WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED SALESLADY TO sell trimmed buunets and round liat-> : also two good milliners. M. DOWNEY, '.KM1, fitli av. ANTED? FIRST OLAM WAIST TRIMMERS; NONE 1 ' l>ut good hand* need apply. Come all ready lor work. IS West TOtlt St. TifANTKn-A GOOD DRESSMA KER AND ONE TO V? operate on Wlierlcr 4 Wilson's sewing machine. Apply ut ll)1.! chuiliiim sL Mrs. D. LESTER. II 'ANTE n? LADIES OIT OF EMPLOYMENT TO CALL ?T ut 7H8 Broadwar, rooin 10; von will find honorable mid proil table business; cuu toukc mure than men's wages. fir LACE GOODS AND MILLINRRT HANDS TO ? ?) make lace bow* wanted. Ill Walker St. 1 QA in A Y.?W ANTED, A raw APPRENTICES TO tOI) dressmaking; paid wlille learning. NITVATIONH WAKTKD? A YOUNG man, with the rest references in tills elty, wishes a situation as courier In a llrst class family Address VMmmRANO, 47 West 24th st AS WAITER. VALET OR INVALID ATTENDANT; J\ aged 28: thoroughly experienced ; best city refer enees, testlm >iiiul*. <i. ' Address .1 <;., t;i 3d av. ATOVM MAN, IPIAOHO THE FRENCH, SPAN Ish, English and Italian languages, desires to travel with a tamlly to Europe; good city reference. Address P. A., 36 East Houston st., Roma lloti I. A MAN AND WOT WANT TO TAKE CAKE OK A gentleman's house during his absence In the Sum mer months ; ha ve no trouble but themselves: can give good city reference or security II required. Inquire at :i2 West 19th at., between 5 III and Cth av*. \yoi:no man about to <;o to ciliqAUO to dispose ol his real estate will transact any 'busi ness that may be entrusted to hi* care, or carry a line of samples tor a substantial house. Address liKSPONSI RLE, Herald Uptown Hrunch ofllcc AM\N and WIFE DESIRE THE CARE of A gentleman's house during the Sutiimermonths; best reference given. Address J. W. P., 324 (ireeuwich st AN ENGLISHMAN, HAVINO EXCELLENT CITY references, desires a situation as house servant, waiter or useftil man, either in the city or country. Ad dress W. l'ARTON, catc Story, Ward A Couistock, 36 Water st., New York. AYOUNO_ COLORED M AN WANTS A SITUATION as porter in a store ; best references given. Address ROBERT WATklSS. M Bond st. A FIRST CLASS WAITER, INTELLIGENT AND . clever, with best reference from last employer, wants a situation. Can be seen at 153 Dclancey at, rear house. AN AMERICAN ROY. AOED 15, WISHES A SfTCA tion to learn a trade, either as printer, carpenter or gilder, and Is willing to make himself iiFelul. Address WILLIAM VICAT, 34!f East 46th st, between 1st and 2d am. An UNMARRIED AMERICAN GENTLEMAN WISHES a position to tukc the charge of repairing, renting, collecting rents for some gentleman or lady desiring the services ol a competent iuhii ; best references given. Ad dretN COMPETENT, l.or 14-' HeraMofflce.__ A OANTLEMAN, WHO CAN MAKE, REPAIR OR j\. tukc charge of machinery and control employes, wants employment. Addrcsa SUPERINTENDENT OR FORlHAN, Herald office. A YOUNG MAN DESIRES A J 1 situation an drive u Address F. A. VREDE, care of C. Glrrad, 135 Amity ut /COURIER AND VALET- TO A FAMILY OR GEN \ tli man going abroad; well acquainted with the Continent ; speaks French, English and (ierman;has travelled as courier over all parts of Europe , with best recommendations Address r CRITII, 71 Essex st. I EMPLOYMENT BRINOINO IMMEDIATE COM PUNS A J tion wanted? Hv a lawyer of experience, skill, learn ing and repntution, an author and Journalist of long standing, writing a choice English, a thorough style clas sical and general scholar, practiced in teaching, who has travelled over Europe and the United states, a perfect master of German. who speaks French and reads Italiun, a practical accountant, and actuary, u tried business man and proficient amateur pianist and draughtsman, ol good address, unexceptionable morale and ncl<nnw ledgrd industry and liitelligeiica Address T. T., (nix l,l)0tl I' ivt office. FURMRR wants a pi*ace in the country rndcrstanda tarmlng, care of horses and eows; not afraid of hard work; small family; wite understand" I he care of milk and butler ; has good reference ; We?tchester county. Call at Bridgemuu's, s7? Broadway. Monday. OTEL OWNERS.? A GENTLEMAN, ok lit YEARS' experience in hotel business, offers tii* aerviees to botrl owners to manage and superintend the same; city or country; understands the business In every detail; also marketing; unexceptional references given. Ad dress, with real n.irne, CHARLEs STANLEY, Herald office. POSITION WANTED- RY A MAN OK IC VKAKS' EX pcrience, to tukc charge of the kitchen and dining room departtneut of an hotel on Baropean plan ord'hot* ; city reference. Addre? HOTEL, Herald office. SITUATION WANTED? BV A COMPETENT SWISS O man. having reference*. as steward head hotel, waiter, lin'ler or tr^velliri'; .servant ; permanent sea ?on Address for one weok t- A A. M., 2M till av. H CIWATION WANTED-!* A LUMBER YARD, BV A [ young man, a* Mlmass or assistant ; se --wii veers' 1 experience. Address J. II Mate* a\ . Brooklyn! 'IMt I.iqrOR DRALRKR.? A YOUNG MAN W HO HAS I worked tn llrst class places In tikis city, desires a ' ?nas bartender; best ct.i r< i ku ? . Address S, n> Herald office j . ? ? ? 1 'rlil ADVERTISER, SO TEARS ACT! ALI.Y EMPLOY I ei! a- tr?v< ll*r, desires to find Miotic r situation : no obiectlon to co o?t of the citv ; tin la in <|ii tinted with the English. French and Spanish languages, .nut has .? long experience ol bu incis: flr^ class city refurencca. Ad dress tor one week E. DE ClfVSX. 222 West -.Hit st 1TWO YOUNG MEN. StRCI NTLY COMING FROM Europe, desire to Ml ? idaot m a t rival? Trench '?r American ' s ilill v V Ijr-s* I, It 73 West Houston -it, " JHTFATlOTfl WAWTF.D? MALRH. ~%]kf ANTED? BY AN ACTIVE, ENERGETIC YOUNO TT man, who him liitd charge of it retail grocery store for several years, a situation in a wlic.los.ilo or retail house ; references first class. Address tiBOOER, M West 55th at W A STEP ? A POSITION IN A BROKER'S OFFICE ; ?? salary small, at tlrst; can give good rtlcrence. Ait dress v. A. K., box ltW Herald office. l?rANTKI)-A SITUATION IN \ sl'tiRE AS POUTER, " o.v a colored man. :m w tit S7I h -.t. ? Wantei>-by a young man. a position, where writing would be mostly required. Address C. B., .118 West Ulli St. \Af AN'TKU? SITUATION IN CHEMICAL MANt'FAC T? tory or laboratory by a boy of 20; has two year*' practical experience and best references; will work lor small salary. Address IMPROVEMENT, He i aid ottlce. WANTED? SITUATION IN AN HOTEL, CLI'B. OH us valet; English ; age 34 years; sneak^t French uml German ; recommended. Address 1*. B,, 'M lid aveuue, between 37th end MU? street*. WANTED? A SITUATION, B\ A KOHI.lt, KTKAUY VV m?u, to take c harge of an Invalid or to drive ami tu ko care of a horse. Address 1,23H Broadway, corner Slat at WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A YOl'N<J MAN, IN A commission house; has hud experience and resides with his parents. Address O. U. H., Herald nltlce. WANTED? A SITUATION BY A MAN WHO UNDER atatids the soap and candle business thoroughly. Address l> S., box 6H4 Post olllce, Pouglikeepslc, N. Y. djO/tn WILL BE GIVEN TO ANY ONE PROCUR ' Inn the advertiser, who la a thorough business inuil, u good and permanent situation. Address, appoint ing interview, C. E., Herald Uptown Branch office, 1,266 Broadway. CliKRKS AND Stl.RHMKN. A GENTLEMAN RECENTLY IN BUSINESS FOR himself, desires ? situation In some wholesale house; fancy goods preferred; can keep books. Address, for 1 wo days, LAWRENCE, box 173 Herald ottlce. A YOUNG MAN, THOBOUOII ACCOUNTANT. GOOD business experience and familiar with wholesale grocery trade, desires tin engagement Address B., Ileralu ofllce. A YOU NO MAN OF THOROUGH BUSINBM QUAI.I flcatloni and experience, active, energetic ami trustworthy, desire* to make an engagement with a first class wholesale house; references arul securitly (in any amount) unexceptionable ; a good octiman and account ant; salary a secondary consideration. Address J. X. B., Herald ofllce. A THOROUGHLY COMPETENT BOOKKEEPER DE sires a situation; will furnish first class references; can influence some YVesteru trade; or would take a sales man's position. Address MODERATE, Herald office. A YOUNG MAN WANTED? IN A GENTLEMAN'S tarnishing store ; not open evenings ; must under stand the business; wages $10 per week. Address El KMSIIING, Herald office. A COMPETENT BOOKKEEPER OF EXPERIENCE desires a situation ; would make himself generally useful; city reference. Address BOOKKEEPER, Ueralil office. Accounts? right languages-, arrears writ ten up; book* devised to meet sneclul require ments; books opened, kept examined or balanced. JAMES <rox, 47 Wall street, third floor. AN INTELLIGENT, INDUSTRIOUS AND THOR ougbly competent drug clerk, wishes a situation; best references given and required. Address J. G. KILBI'RN, 819 Myrtle av., Brooklyn. ATOOKtt MAN, WHO HAS STUDIED CM EM ISTRY in Germany for one year, and who has been In tho retail drug business in this country for six years, wishes employment; is not afraid to work; salary moderate. Address PILLS, :t5 Jay street. New York. AN EXPERIENCED SALESMAN WOULD LIKE TO make arrangements with some good house to travel or sell outside city trade ; best reference furnished. Ad dress JOHN Jull.NKON, box ICti Herald ofllce. A GENTLEMAN, HAYING NO FURTHER USB FOR a faithful clerk, would llko to obtain him a situa tion ; is a good bookkeeper, nulck at llgures and rapid penman. Address PERSEVERANCE, Herald ofllce. A SCOTCH GENTLEMAN, CONVERSANT WITH J\ hookkeplng, desires a position where his services and 93.000 would return him a (air salary; good refer ences. Address SCOTCH MAN, Ilrrald office. A GENTLEMAN WANTS A SITUATION AS BOOK keeper, cashier or Erench correspondent; security aud city reference. Address E., box It*) Herald office. A MANUFACTURER OF LAUIF.S 1 UNDERWEAR wants a smart, .'xperienced salesman. Address, with full particulars, MANUFACTURER, box L<Q Herald office. Drug clerk wanted. ? one th at tiiorough ly understands the business; Geriiiau preferred. Call Ilium diately corner llth st. and 1st av. DRV GOOD.-'? WANTED, EIltST CLASS SALESMEN, with City references. OWEN JONES. 167. 169. 171 8th av. I ENGROSSER AND CORRESPONDENT WANTS A PO. J sltlon; experience, with satisfactory requirement*. Address M<\, box 141 Herald ofllce. I1URNITUHK.-A SITUATION WANTKD, BV A FIRST 1 class aalesm it u ; thoroughly understands the busi ness in nil it* branches; b*at city ret> rcnce. Address K U UN ITlTRK, box 1*1 Herald office. _ Hardware.? A. comprtent salesman for tiik hardware and house tarnishing branches ; must have good city reterences and n ml?- r?i?n<l the New York style of business. Address liARDW \RK, box 231) Herald offlco. SALESMAN nUTIUIXO AMONG DRCOUrSTS AND k> conl'eclinner* wanted? To sell standard articles that will not interfere wiili regular trade ; liberal commU Mon. AddresaSTANDAKI), box 1 In llcrald uwW. Tiik ai.dink.? a gentleman possessing an cany address, (rood education and sonic tnct, is rc quired on the staff of the aliovc work : none but nu n ol energy, who can be well endorsed by responsible panics, will be treated with. Apply until Wednesday next, be l ween UUdlt at S8 Maiden lane. mo BANKERS AND BROKERS.? WANTED, A POSI i lion a* cashier or nonlideutial clerk, by a gentleman who tor year* ha* had an extensive experience In Wall street. Can give undoubted referenoea an to character and capacity. Would lie an acquisition to it Arm w anting a reliable, energetic tn?n, or to a house mat starting in business. Address EGBERT II. TAYLOR, box 229 Herald office. RANTED? A DRY GOODS i'I.i.KK. INgi IIIK ON .Monday inorniux at 36 Newark av., Jersey < ity. "IITANTKD? FOI'R EXPERIENCED DRESS GOODS TV salesmen ; also two lor the eloaks anil suit depart ment Apply toS. MrPAKTLAND, av. Wanted? a good dry goods salesman: must he an experienced window dreioer. Call at 189Gra?nwich at flTANTED? A SALESMAN AND A SSI STAN? SALKS \\ man in u retail pork and provision store ; also intel ligent bov as cashier: residents ot Williamsburg. Address PROVISIONS, box 1311 Herald office. %lrANTED? A SITUATION HV A STEADY. INDUS T? trioiis voung man, aged 19; has a knowledge of printing: la quick and correct at figures ami wru< i a lair band; best references; salary nol so much an obiect as a permanent situation. Address for two days M., box 1H4 Herald office. TIT A NTS D? A STEADY, TRUSTWORTHY YOI'TII. VV who can come well recotntnendcd, aa (Ingle entry bookkeeper and cashier in a conlfcctiintory and Ice creaui saloon; salary moderate. Address, with particulars, in applicant's writing, CON FhCTlO.N l-.K, Herald Iplown Branch office. WANTKD -THREE FIRST CLASS DRY GOODS salesmen for dress goods department; also a good window dresser: to men of experience liberal imiuce uicntM will be offered. AMBROSE DALY. 2? Catharine at WANTMI A BOOKKEEPER TO WHITE IP A BET of books after So'clock every day; also a copyist to work at luune. Address. lu own handwriting, giving terms and reference*. Address box 2, OtB Poat office. WANTED A GENTLKMAN OK LAIICK KX PKRI KNCE in banking and iasuranee, expert accountant and correspondent, aud extensive acquaintance desiresa posi tion where his services would be uppreciatcd In cither of the above, or a mercantile or manufacturing businesa; best references. Address Mr. E., IH Wall st, room .19 WANTED? TIIK S WE KIN TKN DKNCE or HOI SK and collection of rents by a competent and reliable person; references and security given. Address CHRIS TIAN SCHITTKNHARD, Jr., cara of Sidney II. Stuart, 51 Chambers St.. New York. IUMRMR.? RNGAGRMENT WANTED, BT A M4N. j competent as buyer, salesman or superintendent of New York lumber yard ; can Influence trace. Ad>lr< km WANTKD? A SIT1 ATION, BV A GENTLEMAN WIIO has travelled fbr tho last eight vears with fancy goods; lias a large trade. Address F. L., box ItU lKrald office. TlTANTED-BiiOKKKKPER IN A HERMAN IMPORT VV ing lio'i-e. Relerem e? required. Address, stating full name. Ac., L. A.. Herald office WANTKD SEVERAL GOOD tiENI'.lt VL SALESMEN. H KM III I RY BROS, J12 and 314 llowery. Apply lie fore A. M. TITAN TED? A FURNIITJRK SALESMANi ONE WHO VV has a thorough knowledge ol the cii> trade. Apply 100 and 111 Bowery. TXT ANTED? A FIRST CLASS COOK; PROTESTANT VV preferred ; willing to go to the country for the Sam mer; must bring best city references. Call al S. haet 39th st troiu ID A. M to 12 o'clock M. ANTED? A STOCK CLERK IN AN IMPORTING fancy goods housa;? young man who has similar position will !>e preferrisi. Apply to IIHNR* LEVY k SON. 49 Maiden lane. w LEVY A' SON. 49 Maiden fane WANTKD? A TOI'NG M 4 N ABdl'T IS ?K ?, IV rUK salesroom of inanntacturing business. as "lock clerk Call between 4 and ll P M. NKW YORK SI IT MAN U FACTORING COMPANY, MS Broadway. WANTND? BY AN IMPORTING Bol'Sft, AN KNTKY clerk wfco thoroughly uiulvrstatids his t.umoess. Apply, Monday uiornuig at ft,1,, lo UW^OM KR'?s., 4t> While ?t, WANTKD? A CI.KBK IN A GR'iCF.RY STORK IN tl?* country ; one having about $430 cash security, or would take a partner. Add re CONF1DKNCK, lit raM office. Wanted? a man who understands thr hniierdnsher* business and window dresslag. Ail-, dret* FRIEND PITTS, Broadway TIT ANTED? TWO SALESMEN FUR TIIK BOYS A A I) ff ladles' suit department Apply to J. A C. .lOliAtc TON, Broadway, Mh av. and I2d st I t?H HHKM t^ll G \HI1K\KICM. t TOI'NG M*N (MARRIED) WISHES A SITUATION '? us iiirdener ; ooo?l reference from Inst enuilovcr. ? 'all or ad Irene at 327 Math st, llarlira, lietweeu Isl and M a vs. MTU ATION WANTED? IIY A FIRST CUSS ? _ coat Iwnan ; Is nn excellent groom and a careini and ste idy driver; peMect'y softer. Call on or ad'IrXR t.'OACHM VN. 17 West 4?lh ?t ornsii sls'i!^ A gle inun ot lone izptri?im; can come well tended tor honesty, sobriety una capability. Call idresn COACHMAN, Bradley's stables, No*, ft and COAUHllIKlf 4KD OARDEIIBiUk Atouno ENGLISHMAN wants a aiTUATfoSrS'. r o?<-himn nnd ^riioni can furnish rx>d referents* Call on or address J C., W West Wth st A GOOD, RELIABLE COACHMAN, WITH TIIS best of reference from present employer, desires ? 'ilu iti .n city or country. Apply at 15 Kant 47th at or at No. H Pine at. room J4._ ' \ FRENCHMAN, GOOD COACHMAN, WANTS * <iiuation ; beat city relerenees. Call at the stable Jtt Kant .I'M at \YOUNO MAKRIED MAN WANTS A SITUATION AS coachman and groom ; thoroughly understands lit* business, willing and obliging: brat reference, city or country. AdUrcaa i> M box H?J llcrald office. A married man, without any family, want* a coachman'* situation: five ycara' reference; thor oughly understand)* the c are ol' horses and carriage* Only flrst class families need add re a* THOMAS, Brew aura, V7tb st. and 5th ar. * \ GENTLEMAN WISHES TO OBT MIS COACHMAIT a situation as coachman ; has been live year* In my en plovment; thoroughly understands his business; goi?4 api'Curant.t nnd obligiag. Apply at 53 Wc*t4Aih st. A FIRST CLASS COACHMAN DESIRES EMPLOY ni 'nt . knows his thoroughly ; civil, willing ann obliging ; .trictly sober; best city reference ; married, no tamil v. Call mi nr aildress .1. H , fin West 4'td at A ''OACHMAN AMI C, ROOM'S SITUATION WANT ?.,..JVrTL v ,* ""'gle man. thoroughly competent >? filtH . 1 * l llr,',ul driver, willing und obliging; re 3d a v for two It a vs'^ "f eollnlry* A(ldrc? M- M. *?. iH* A YOUNG MAN, LATELY FROM EL' ROPE, WISHES ? coachir.au s situation; thoroughly understand* tha rare aud treatment or hordes, which hni testimonial.* will testify to; seven years' experience; can be rncoin mended. AddresH, for two days, A. C.. box 144 Herald I ptowu Branch office. A RESPECTABLE YOl'NO MAN DESIRES A SITU ation a* coachman and gunleucr . tins good refer cures. Address C. GARItY, box IWI Herald office. A FIRST CLASH COLORED COACHMAN WANTS A situation; umlerstamU bla business in every respect and run give three year* and six mouths' references. Call on or address C. J., 41 West 44th at. ACOACHMAN'H SITUATION WANTED? BT A. single man of long experience; can come well recommended on or address 10 East .Hist st. A FIRST CLASS COACHMAN DESIRES EMPLOY meat; knows bla busineaa thoroughly; willing nnd obliging; strictly sober; married; one In family; beat city reference. Call on or address K. K., 50 4th ar.. Campbell - harness store. A YOUNG SINGLE MAN (GERMAN) WANTS A KIT nation as cnachmau: thoroughly understand* his busineaa; good relerencc. Call at 1U0 East ISBth at., near 3d av. -V A FIRST CLASS COACHMAN AND GROOM WANTS a situation ; a German, married man in* fuinliy), of long experience ; thoroughly understands bis business ; i* a stylish aud carelnl driver and good groom : will ha found perfectly sober, civil and willing : six years' beat city reference. Addresa S. A., box 155 Herald office. A FIRST CLASS GARDBNEB AND FLO I' 1ST? NOT afraid ot work; best city references. Address J. J. H., care of J. M. O'Donnell, <$2 Pearl at, New York. /lOACllMAN'S SITUATION WANTED? BY A FIRST \J class uiau ; understands the care of horses thor oughly ; honest, sober and obliging; Ave years' reference lrom last employer. Apply at last employer's office, M South st., New York, or addreai for two days, THOMAS, box 149 Herald office. CIOACHMAN AND GARDENER WANTED. APPLY J at 449 lat a*. ___________________ / lOAC'II MAN AND GROOM'S SITUATION WANTED? \ By a sober young Englishman ; stylish driver; ofgooA experience; city or country; highly recommended. Call on or address JOHN, No. 7 Must nth at. First class coachman or gardener : wifk as good plain cook ; understands tine washing ami ironing country preferred ; no encumbrance; reference. Address IIONESIY, Herald office. C"1 ARDE.NF.R AND GENERAL CARE TAKER? CARE X till driver and good milker it reijulred; handy audi careful ; best reference. For particulars aildreaa J. K.. box 211 Herald office. ____________________ ( 1 ARDENER'S srru ATION WANTED -BY A MAM V] who understands greenhouses, hot and cold graperies, flower and kllchcn garden; laying out and Improving places; 10 years' references. Inquire of JAMES BUIST. tloriat, 6H1 Broadway. G1 ARDENKR.? UNDERSTANDS THE MANAGEMENT I of greenhouses, hot and cold graperies, fruits, (low er* and vegetables; can be highly recommended by hie last employer as to competency, sobriety, honesty and industry. Address M. WHITE, 1.I1S Fullou av., Brook lyn. N. Y. _ __ TtT ANTED? AN EXPERIENCED YOUNG MAN (WITH ft nn established city or near-by trade preferred), to sell goods on commission lor a wholesale mil linery goods house ; will be taken as a partner with ? rcuMiiialdc amount; security and reference required. Address lor three duys, ESTABLISHED TRADE, box 154 Herald office. TirANTED? A SITUATION AS FIRST CLASS OAR i ? dener In all it* branches, by a married man (Swiss) ; can give first class city rccomuicuiiations ; none need au ply without gla.w. Address .1 C.. box 152 Herald office. ANTED -A SITUATION AS COACHXAV, BY A married man, who has had long experience ; Is am excellent groom ami careful driver; first class citv rel iri'iins. Address J. II.. private stable, No. 7 West Whit. \V"ANTEH? BY A YOl'NO MAN FROM CHICAGO. Vt who lias had first class experience In grooming and driving fast horses, a situation at the liUidnca*. Ad .1 r< -- \ iv, Herald i. nice. AIT ANTED- A GARDENER AND STABLEMAN; A. ?T short distance from the city. Apply, with recom mendations, al ;I40 West 28thst., between ? and 111 A. M.. on Monday. ?flr ANTED - BY A PROTEST A NT Tt " 'NO MAN, SIN y f gle, a situation as cuacliinaa and groom; has had long experience in horses and Is a good, careful oRy driver, Ac. ; city preferred; unceptionalde references. T. K , lot; llenry St., Brooklyn, for on? week. w IIEI.I' WAMTKD-M4LKK. y T. STEWART A CO. WANT < several well edncated. intelligent lad*, tu art us CASH BOYS, who x% ill be promoted when competent. Apply at Manager'* desk, not Inter than 9 A. M , Broad nay and 10th ct A SITUATION FOR A CORRESPONDENT ANtt bookkeeper, wlie has |l.'*?i to let for nin-ly day*: money secured ; subsequent interest given II ho proves capable. Address MALAKOKE, Herald office. A GOOD TELEGRAPH OPERATOR IS ALWAYS IK (food demand.? Go and fit youraolvcs a* one at RANDOLPH'S National School of Telegraphy, i:iu Eighth, "tri et, between Broadway and Fourth avenue. Agents wanted KVKRYwriEnr.-mit oi k xk? and useftil invention' sell* at sight: agent* are inak* ins $fi0 per week anil steady tn ? loynteut CONNECTl CDT NOVELTY WORKS, office ft'.tfl Broadw ay. Avium; MAR w a NTS A BtTVATION? WHO UN dei>taud* tile Inspection of wuler pipe* and meter*, and ean do unvthing In reference to the mine. Addrewi \s V I Kit M KT (\ K. lit' raid office. \KF.W STOUT BOYS WANTKD? TO GO ERRANDS. Apply tn JOHNSON, Bl'llNK a I O. , MM Broadway. \ CHANCE TO LEARN TEIEOR A I'HT -MEN. woman, boy* and girls learn and tali* position*; de mand croater than the supply. THOMPSON'S College. 2i) tih av., opposite Cooper lnstitate. A vol Ml MAN OK A KOI T 16. OK SoME ED CCA Hon and respectable family, to learn the profession under a mechanical engineer; rnu*t be well recon mcnde.d and not dependent on lii* "alary for a living. Call, iroin s lo II A M., at DKHKACt AIM' Machine Shi. j>. corner Centre and Howard sts. \ OK NTS CAN POSITIVELY MARK J.1TH $1.1 PRK dav. No *ham or humbug. Call on A. E. P., 9 tu I'l. In store 66.1 Kulton street, Brooklyn. Active, intelligent boy wanted in a wholesale book tiooae. Apply, with reference*, boa 8,42* Pout office. Hoy wantf.d-in a law okkice address, in own handwriting, giving reiureccea, H. AN., boa 164 Herald office BAR BOY WANTKD? ABOCT 11 TSARS OK AGR. OK* good addre**, quick, willing and gentlemanly; good reference* required. Apply at I2u Water ft OOY WANTED? IN AN IMPORTING HOUSE ; ON* If speaking Herman preferred. Address K. D , Herald office. KOV V ANTED IN RBST AC RANT-To WORK IN THK kitchen at night. Ml sixth avenue. ______ BOY WANTED? WHO CAN R?*n AND WRITR; most reside with hh parent*. Ariolv, alter 10 A M., to R. W. MORRIS A BBU, M South 4th av., cornar Bieecker it CRVERAL TOITNO MEN GOOD ADDRESS TO H canva?? In ihc , It / and country for an article needed lnever\ offici and private dwelling: a good chance for the right pari ie*. Ci.ll on W SPRAOI'E to morrow, from ? to ID A. M.. No. 5 W/wl Washington place. CJTKADY. PERSEVERING MEN MAKE $4 TO ?7 PI K ? 7 dav on 1'oly* "I'nlversal" Lifter*, which lilt a tv ?. ?no truck ? Hh one liunu. Nat a dollAr riakad. II Cort land *t. UrANTKD-A KIIIST CLASS CANVASSER FOR CITY work, at Nil. 1 (.real Jon< * m., room H Call April 7, from ID to S. UfANTEIV-AT THE ROBINSON IIOl'SB. SIXTEENTHS street, third door west of i'nlon square, two first cla?# waiturs. Keatau rant and Bar will be rented to a re? sponsible tarty. W'ANT.IiD-A SMART. INTELLIGENT BOT, 14 TO IS ?? year* old. to work in jin office; one who write* % plain bjtuid and n ?tiles w lib hi* parent* preferred ; salarw not Hi exceed $.'? per wtek. Address C. R. K., Herat*. Mn< \y*NTEI>-A MAN WHO THOROUGHLY UNDEIt ??. stand* taking cure of road hori**. Addraaa bo*. 74 i Sew York foat office. WANTED-* KIIIST C|,A?S MAN, WHO TRAVEL* li wiili shoe flndlnys. to sell sh,.e b<>w*. on a liberal /r<*?uil*<-ion. in Ibc city. Addrea* K. it. , Herald office. 11* ANTI'.D H> \.\ EM'RRIENCHD MAN, A (UTTA ?? thin >a steward or beadwaitat in cltv or at a Sum mer resort. A<ldre** KOWARDH, lleraM offtea. UrANTRD? KOR THE I'NITED STATES MARINR Ciu pa. 500 1ne. able bodied men. This service olTrra ? plriclid opportunities to visit foreign countries on board! ( nlted Stales shlps-of-war. Kor Oirther informati"* apply at Recruiting lUndc/ vou?. <9 Chatham ?treet. Near ^ork city ,1a M ks LEWIS. Maior I'niu d se*ic? Marine Corpa__ U^ANTED-A WOOD STRONG BOT, IN A WHOLW sale store : salary $l.Ni first year. Addre** la ow? hand writing. S. A K? bo* 3,76ft l'o?t office. . WANTKD-IN A DRY GOODS COMMISSION HOl'SB. ft bright, aotiv* hot, nut W drrjnboi LiiW PqM O0M.