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s?y. M,1K# HOLZSTEIN.
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PHUl|'K8S10NAI.*iITI!ATie/iS WANTED
KKMAIjES ,
OQ WEST 4TII ST. -A REPIP>0) YOUNG WIDOW,
Of pleaatug address, "?m, th? country, as house
keeper; is every way cumn ^tv.on.iWc l'"or Interview
address RELI ABLh, box 14, <? ?? Kggers.
A LADY WANTS tr^K POSITION OK HOCSE
kcepcr, companion or Kovrrkitii Address GOV
kkni.ss, Herald uptuwit.Sg'.iiioli ? .c.
k GERMAN LAD.Y ~WrM, OlVK LESSONS IN EX
jV change lor Starira<s ?ily two day (evening meals).
QlrMi TKACHiiR, 2110 Lexington ?v.
A PARISIAN IABY, WITn IIIlillKST tUTY REP
croiu'i"- as te/irlror, wisb?n a situation for the hum
mer; salary secondary consideration : a pleasant
home desired. Address Mile ViDKRE, 48 West 17th st.
A NORTH GERMAN LADY. TEACHING GERMAN,
English. Frw.ich music, wishes a position as
governed or V) exchange leasons lor board. Call or ad
ore-? 124 Wfst 4lrtt Ht.
A LADY WISHES A 'POSITION IN A FAMILY TO
take f 'targe of one or two children and teach them
?male ; a good home w.th kind p op. more p.n ob'uet
than t-aluri ; reference given. Ailaruss 11. L. M? Herald
Uptown Pranch ofBi*.
WANTrtD? BY A YOUNG GERMAN LADY, A SITUA
tlc.ii Mg attendant und travelling companion to a
lady ; is-vililng and able to teach one or two children
the (Jeroiiwi mid French languages; beat references.
In iiiin atGdfith St., from I too r. M.
11* ANTED- A POSITION BY A YOUNG PERSON OK
TT capability. as uursery governess or companion to
a lad"'; the country preferred, or would travel; good
reference and low salary. AJdrcss Aiitu &L, Herald Up
town Hraucb office.
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HEIil' W A STEIX-FEMALES.
-EXPERIENCED DRE8SMAKEBS WANTED. 207
East A'jth st.
?FIRST CLASS OPERATORS TO SFW CORSETS.
Steady work the year round, at 527 West 28d st.
A? NUMBER OK WET NURSES WANTED FOR
? cif\ and country. Apply at HANSON'S Agency,
204 6th sL, near Bowery,
A CHANCE TO LEARN TELEGRAPHY.? MEN,
women, hoys and girls learn ana take positions; de
mand for operators; no vacation. THOMPSON'S Col
lege, 2D 4th av., opposite Coop> r Institute.
AKGBI L'S TURKISH BATHS, 61 LEXINGTON AVE
nue? 1 Want intelligent, industrious Protestant girls,
not older than 2 ?'> years tor baths and laundry; wages $15
u>$'4i. references required.
A GOOD SEAMSTRESS WANTED? TO GO A SHORT
distance in the countrv;must be able to use Willcox
A Ollihs1 sewing machine ; good city reference teqiiired.
Call ruesday, from y to 12, at lis West 2ist st.
A WIDOWER DESIRING* THE SERVICES OF AN
accomplished lad.v as housekeeper and willing to
make a liberal arrangement, will address DISCREET,
box 123 Herald Uptown Branch office.
A COOK AND TO WASH AND IRON FOR PRIVATE
family, shori distance, in ibe country; must undi r
?tanrt her business and have good reference; Uerman,
?peaking English, preferred. Call at 347 West 21st sL,
In m if to 1 o'clock to-morrow.
AN ACTIVE. INTELLIGENT LADY IN THE STORE
735 Broadway; obliging ti customer! and some
what experienced; worth #14 weekly; requires no
knowledge of our hu-lness; those v. ho cannot commence
to morrow need not call. Apply alter 10.
MoMENaMY A CO.
UTTONHOLE MAKERS WANTED ON CUSTOM
shirts. Apply at A. W. W. MILLER'S, 164 8th av.
CIOOK.? WANTED? A FIRST CLASS COOK FOR DAIRY
) Apply from 10 to 3, at Uraiid Central Dairy, No. 79
Nassau st.
C^OOK WANTED-A STEADY PROTESTANT WOMAN,
J with good reference ; alM> a luunJres.s. Apply at No.
16 West 2:1,1 st.
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First class dressmakers can kind con
slant work and good pay. Apply on Weduosdav, be
tween ti and 7 l*. M., at 26 Kast 4th st.
Housekeeper wanted? a widower, with
two children, owning uice cottage, large garden,
choice iruit, barn, Ac., would ioln a refined, agreeable
part* in housekeeping, or let the place and board with
imall family. Address, stating particulars, Mr. DAY, 3d
av. and 24th st., Brooklyn.
One first class pastry cooe. two disii
washers, one kitchen girl; also one cashier and eight
tidy wuure^e*; biiug references.
CLOVER DAIRY, 68 Warren st.
SEVERAL (IOOD DRESSMAKERS WANTED? AT
123 West 2 'th st.
SALESWOMAN OR MILLINER.? A YOUNG LADY,
of Irish experience, wishes an engagement as above.
Address, for two days, box 144 Herald office.
TO DRESSMAKERS. ? A GOOD HOME AND SMALL
wages offered to a person willing to assist a lady and
make herself generally useful, one having machine pre
ferred. Apply, with re'fereii'-e, hi lin)9ih av., in the store.
ANTED? A LAUNDRESS; WAGES $14. APPLY
at 30 West 14th st
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/"AN i ED? A PROTESTANT COOK. CALL AT 24
Weg 33d st, to-day.
ANTED? SEVERAL GOOD DRESSMAKERS. AT
ply at 1U8 West 28th st.
ANTED-ACOOK 1ND A CHAMBERMAID. CALL,
between y anil 4 o'clock, at IS East 15th st.
RANTED? A SMART GIRL TO DO GENERAL
housework. 16 > West 23d st , near 7th av.
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7"ANTKD-A CTRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
Apply at 32o East 4>.'th st , between 1st aud 2d avs.
ANTED ? A N EXPERIENCED SALESWOMAN FOR
the lace department. E. A. Mokihson,
827 Broadway.
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\\j" ANTE 1 )? SE V K R AL VI V COMPETENT SEAM
?V stresse- ; also two apprentice girls, at Mmc ROUL
LIi'K AUGIER'S. dressmaKer, 1,252 Broadway.
WAITRESSES.? WANTED? TWENTY-FIVE FIRST
class wa!.tre.-t-;es, at the Grand Central Dairy, No. 79
linuit Apply from 10 to 3 on prem ? a.
"VT" ANTED? A CHAM UK KM AID AfCD WAITRESS FOR
TT a gentleman's place, at Peeksklll, on the Hudson.
Call, Alter 2 o'clock, at 139 East 12th it
"IXT ANTED? A YOUNG GIRL, WHO 18 NEAT, WII.L
fT iug and obliging, tu assist in generul liuu.iework.
Apply at 402 West 51st st., alter H o'clock.
WANTED? IN A PRIVATE FAMILY, A FEMALE
cook, who can wash and Iron, at 24 West lUh st.,
between Broadway and University j lace.
\kr ANTED? A GIRL TO GO IN THE COUNTRY TO
T V do general h.jusework. Apply between 10 A. M.
and 3 P. M. at No. 87 1- a->t 23d -t.
?'anted? A lillfl- TO DO (if NERAL HOUSEWORK ;
must In- a ifood washer and ironer. Apply at 4C0
Grand s:.. New '? .>rk.
WANTED? A I.IUL WHO HAS ALREADY TAKEN
care of children as nurse tor a baby two tnonilia
Old ; good references required. Apply at 23U West 24tU st
TXT ANTED ? v GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSEWORK
f? in u private family; must be a first clow washer
and Ironer. Call for two days at 324 Easi lstli st.
?tXTANTRD? A HEALTHY WET NURSE OP KIND
f? disposition, either English, German or French;
|ood wages. Mrs. WEBER, 14 Broadway, third floor.
WANTED? A FIRST CLASS COOK, WASHER \M<
TT ironer. Call, lietweau y and 12 a. M., at No. 8 West
tot; i at
Y?- ANTED? A FIRST CLASS LAUNDRESS, WITH
TT good city rafertnOM. Apply at .Wi Lexington av.,
Between but and -.d st.
TI7ANTED? A FIRST CLASS COOK, IN A SMALL
TT private lainllv. to go to Colorado; wages $40. Ap
ply. this day. a' 33* 4th av.
*ir ANT i: D?EXP ERIE NC tD OPERATORS AND
TT finisher,- on ladies' un lcrgartnents on Wheeler ,t
Wilson'* machine. Ilr, Division st , in the store.
"1X7ANTED? A GOOD PLAIN COOK, WASHER AND
TT ironer, for a family of eight, at i arrytown. Applv
to HEN KV WELL.1, 111 Centre st.
TXT ANTED? A COOK IN i FIRST CLASS PRIVATE
TT boarding house; must thoroughly understand cook
ing and have c it v reference from last employer. Call,
Irom 9 to 11, at 110 West 34th st.
"IXT ANTED-A GIRL TO DO UPSTAIRS WORK \M>
TT take enre of chiidri n ; tnn?t havi- uncx> eotiotiable
Refe rence, ('all at 25 l ast I2?th st, between 9 and 12
?'clock.
TV" ANTED ? A Gl RL WHO I ND> RsTAMIS I il CARE
TT of children ?n I to awdat with c lamberwot k . must
lie well ri c iintneiided. Appiy, betTVeen and II, at ^o.
* Rutherford place. Mrs. BAR NUM.
TI' A NIK li ? A GOOD COOK (COLORED): ONE WIIO
TT understands her business and to assist in coarse
vashing ; good wages. Call at 7<i V\ *?! .i5tb t.. corner 6tu
?venue.
TXT ANTED? A GOOD, INTKLI.IGENT YOUNG PHOT
TT cstatit woman to do rooking and genera! hou-o.
woiklntlie country. Apply, betweeu y and 2, at ofllce
Jlelinuiit Hotel, Fulton st.
WANTED- I'll Kl-.c. SMiVAM-. IN )? I.I/. \ IIM'II, N
J.; one to cook, wash and iron; one as waitress and
to assist, Ac., and ?iie i nur-r .ml ^ai/istres-. Applv
Letwecn 9 and in to W.M EDI.LsTEN, 291 Broadway,
-room No. 7.
TX.r ANTED? A N 1 NTEI.I.K; ENT YOUNG FRENCH
TT girl, its anianuensit ,m .,mp nion, to a middle
?ged literary lad} ; a e en' rurin.ni accent desired, an. i
some knowledge of Kngli'h Address or call at No. 17
)%ast 47th st
TXT ANTED. -A PROTESTAM woman, AN EX.
TT i.erlen ed seamstress and dres<uiaker; can cut,
fit ftiin trim ladies' and children s < l ,tli< - , wishc-n few
isugageinents by the day or week ; call lurni.-ii a Wheeler
A WiUon's machine h required: or take work home; n i
tibiection to go to the country; oily reti rrm Address,
lor oj i week, II M. H , Herald Uptown Brunch offlii'..
Tor N i ; LADY oil GIRL WANTED TO ADDRESS
postal carJs, copv manuscript, Ac.
w J, HYATT, ? 4tli ay.
iQ/l LEXINGTON A V.? WANTED, A NEAT, RE
T?*'' tpecftul, truthful cl uinberrnsid and waitress in
a amall private lamlly 'ill at ujip^r door from if to 11.
SITUATION g W ANTBD-MALIli
,1 COMPETENT HEAD WAITER WITH FIRST CLASS
JX city reierences, is open loran engagement; city or
rufitrtry. I'mi lie seen a' 173 Delaneey st, second floor.
i .KIRST GLASS WAITER WANTS EMPLOYMENT;
J\ cjtv or country. < an be sj;en si 173 Dcdaucev si.,
MOconJ ,tl?mr U? e cure* K No. I.
4 lllAffoN WAN f'F.D? BY A YoUMi M.N;
j\ undi r, -lands the care of horses and cows; can work
In a gar.lcti J>r on larm. Addr< ss J. 8., Herald otlice
AS FIRST ?'LASS WAITER IN A PRIVATE FAMILY;
city or coot, try ; good city reference ftoai>a?t eui
I'lo ver. A-olv al.l ) a<v.l?ith st dru^ store.
SITUATtONS WANTKP-M?liR?(
T frenchman, speaking a i.Ittlr English,
J\ wants u situation as waiter iu u pi ivalc luiuily. Ad
dress LEON M., So llUi it.
AIMiY, ABOUT 1?, WISHES A SITUATION TO
maku himself generally useful at some rcspectal
employment-, be*t reference. Apply at 432 Broome s?
Mr. BERTHA^
A RESPECTABLE and honest young Man
woul<l like sotno light situation ; enn give, Ve.?t se
curity In regard to honesty and good behavior*-. Address
26 Clark r>L| second Hour.
A RESPECTABLE. HONEST YOUNO MA'N WISHES
some light situation ; em give best, el seenrity In re
?<l to honesty and tjood behavior. AdJdress 2u Clurk
A RESPECTABLE YOUNO MAN WISHES A SITUA
tlon to make himselt 'tcmirally useful in city or
country ; can take cure. of hnrses. Apply ul 80b West X;d
street, one pair of stairs. In iront.
AYOITNO MAN (ITALIAN) AS COURIER OB
travelling ser\ ant, to go to Europe ; apeak* English,
French und Spanish , no, particular as to wages, Address
A. T? 65 West 13th st.
A YOUNO MAN, ONE YEAH IN 1HE COUNTRY,
wishes a situation to fake cure of a gentleman's house,
city or country ? willing to make himself item-rally use
tul . good olv reference. Address BENEDICT, Herald
office.
A STEADY SCOTCHMAN, OUT OK EMPLOYMENT,
wants a situation to drive a grocer's, tinker's or
brewer's wagon, or tiny such job for the Summer; first
class references. Address office of Dr. J. S. CATTANACH,
V. S., West 44tli st _____
A YOUNO MAN, INTBLLIOBNT AND OP STEADY
habits, wishes a situation where he can learn the
grocery or some other business; has had no experience,
and In lieu will accept very tow salary; reference. Ad
dress II.. box 2dl Herald office.
AOBBMAN, who HAS BBBN MAITRE DMIOTKL
in principal hotels in Oermany, London and Paris,
ami in a large establishment In this eily, wh<i has nlso
travelled ext naively as courier, desires a position as
steward in a hotel, restaurant, Ac., or as courier to a
family or gentleman visiting Europe; best retcrcnces
given. Address E, L\, Hi?ruld office.
A YOUNO MAN (PROTESTANT), WISIIF.S A
situation as man of all work on a gentleman's
place.: understands the care id horses and carriages; is
an excellent driver in city or country; can milk, larm
and vegetable garden in all its tirani lies, walks and
lawn; will lie found sober, industrious and obliging;
the best references lYorn last and former employers.
Address, tor three days. J. B. B., box tot llernlil office.
SITUATION WANTED? BY A BOY 17 YEARS OLD
k? in a store; willing to make himself generally useful;
best reference. Apply to or address J it. , 33 Hester st,
SITUATION WANTED? TO WAIT ON AN INVALID
gentleman. Address INVALID'S MAN, Herald Up
town Branch office, 1,866 Broadway.
SITUATION WANTED? BY A BOY, 15 YEARS OLD,
O us bell boy or in a hotel with a doctor; a good home
preferred more than wages; country no objection. Ad
dress 229 (old No. 168; West .'13d st.
QITUATION WANTED? BY A YOUNO MARRIED
O man, experienced in office business, mercantile,
railroad and express ; is a notary public ; best relereuccs.
Address .NOTARY. Herald office.
SITUATION WANTED? BY A BoV, AS ASSISTANT
bartender: is willing to make himselt generally use
ful, and, If nccessurv, will go in the country ; best refer
ence. Address PAUL HAER rixti, 219 6th st
SITUATION WANTED? BY A YOUNO MAN, 17 YEARS
O or age, where he could become familiar with some
good business ; wages mid clmhes not so much an object
as 10 learn a good business : he is an American and resides
with his parents, at 3 9 West 15th st. ; he is u illlng, indus
trious and anxious to learn; he can give good reference
as to being both honest and trustworthy. Address C. C. R.,
station C.
TT-ANTED-A SITUATION BY A YOUNO MAN WHO
TT understands taking eliaree of a horse, milking und
working in a garden. 426 Pearl st.
T\f ANTED? A SITUATION AS WAITER IN A PRI
il vute familv, or as nurse to an invalid ; good refer
ences. Address H? box 121 Herald Uptown Branch office.
TIT ANTE I> ? BY MAN AND WIFE, SITUATIONS AS
Vt first class cook and coachman ; thoroughly under
stand their duties ; both i- nulish ; best of relerencc. Ad
dress T. J., 11 Watts st., New York.
VVT ANTED? BY A NEAT AND HONEST YOUNO
n man (colored), a situation as waiter I11 a private
family ; 110 objection to go In the country ; best city ref
erence. Call at or address 13 West. 13th St., tor two days.
WAITER? FIRST CLASS; DOES NOT OBJECT TO
country, with a private family : age 3M, English,
Protestant, teetotaller: good reference. Address U. a.,
care of Mr. Clark, tiJO Broadway.
WANTED? A SITUATION AS BUTLER OR WAITER;
tt has lived as such in England ; good city references
from last place. Address 11. 11., Herald Uptown Branch
office, 1,265 Broadway.
"WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A YOUNO MAN, A8
t? bottler in a wholesale 'store: not atraid of work;
over six years at last place. Address B. I. G? 8t> Fulton
st, Brooklyn, top tloor.
TIT- ANTED ? SITUATION BY AN AMERICAN BOY,
T T age 18, well acquainted in New York and Brooklyn ;
salary expected $6 per week ; resides III Brooklyn with
his parents; undoubted references. Address GEORGE,
box 117 Brooklyn Branch Her.ild office.
"TIT ANTED? A SITUATION IN ANY SUPERVISION
TT ury capacity, or as nightwatchuian or light porter,
or in a drug establishment, by a middle aged man, just
arrived iroin England; good reference; several vears1
experience in dispensing nicdiclues In a public institu
tion in England. Addresa H. w., 55 Crosby st.
XTOUNO MAN (SCOTCH, AGED 24). WISHES A
.1 situation In the liquor or hotel business ; seven years'
experience in London and Glasgow trade : no ohjectlon
to me country ; good character and first class testimonials
if required. Inquire for three days of II. S. MILLER,
Sweeny's Hotel, or address box 144 Herald office.
A 2
CLERKS AND 8ALB8MBH.
STENOGRAPHER DESIRES OCCUPATION AS
nmnuensls, correspondent, clerk, Ac. Address A.
a., Ilerald offtcc.
A FEW GOOD SALESMEN WANTED? TO SOLICIT
orders tor the '-Beat All" Summer cook stove. Apply
to-day, between 10 and 3 o'clock, at 85 New Chambers st."
A YOUNO IRISHMAN AS CLERK IN A TEA
A store: understands liis business. Address, tur tn o
days, box 144 Herald office.
CCOI'NTS.? EIGHT LANGUAGES ; ARREABS WRIT- j
ten up; hooks devised to meet special requirements ;
books opened, kept, examined or balanced. JAMESCOX", 1
removed to 51 New street, room 13.
A BUSINESS MAN, GOING WEST IN A FEW
j\. days, would take a few samples or patterns to sell
on commission. Address II. L. HATES, box 163 Herald i
office.
A MANUFACTURER, MAKING SEVERAL SPECIAL
tie, selling at large profit, desires to arrange an
agency lor goods and small advances. Address box 4,324
\ COMPETENT BOOKKEEPER, WHO WISHES TO
devote his evening* to straightening out a set of
books of the most Intricate nature, can secure such occu
pation t>* addressing MUDDLE, Herald office.
A YOUNO KABBIBD MAN DESIRES A POSITION
as hotel clerk, copying clerk, assistant bookkeeper
or any position of responsibility ; can give unexceptiona
ble references. Address B., 66 Grand ~t., Brooklyn, s. d.
A YOUNO MAN, A 8YB ANGER AND |\ PRESSING
JV circumstance". of good moral college breeding,
knowing French fluently. Latin, some Greek and book
keeping theoretically, wants some situation immedi
ately Address STUDENT, Herall office.
IN EXPERIENCED DOUBLE ENTRY BOOK
J\ keeper, with first class reference, wants employ
ment 11- bookkeeper, salesman, clerk, collector, or in any
capacity; salary ic? mi obicct than a good .situation.
Address 0., box 143 Herald Uptown Branch office.
nlll'u CLKRK WANTED? MUSI1 BE A ( OMPEYBBT,
reliable man, who can furnish good reference from
last plac , tor a reiatl store in Jersey City. Address
CHLORAL, Herald office
URUOGIST.? A THOROUGHLY QUALIFIED AND
licensed druggist is open to an engagement ; c'tv or
country, retcrcnces furnished. Address, for one week,
A B. <'.,61 st. Mark's place.
0RUOGI-T.? A TIlOROl't MILY QUALIFIED AND LI
censed oruggist is open to 1111 engagement ; cltv or
country. Vrtdress. for one week, N. (i KALI, 2,->.l Colum
bia st.,' Brooklyn.
/?'!? : v ? n CLKRK WAN1ED? IN fOROCEBY STORE
\T Apply at 2?>.' 3d a v.
SALESMAN WANTED FOR KETA1L DRY GOODS.
0 Apply at 46S 8th av.
QITUATION WANTED? BY AN AMKBICAN YOUNO
man, flior.oigtily acqus luted with the wholesale and
retail faiicv and drv roods business ; has been tor nine
years in one 01 tiic best houses In New York. Address /
\v 11 M .. Herald office.
miiAVELLEi: w \s rr.ii- I'oit a iewei.i!\ idiu-p.;
1 must have tlrs? class retcrcnces - ukI be well nc
qualfltcd ill the trade. Address K., Ikit 2,711 Post offli e.
HIRAVE' LEU WAN I ED ? AN OLD I S I'ABLISil ED IM
I portln. md obh'tig wine and liquor house, well
known West and South. wi?h to engage a competent
traveller. Addre-s ST. I-AUL'H, Herald office.
TO HARDWARE DEALERS. ? A YOUNG MAN, JUST
arrived fl'oin Belfast, Ireland, desire- a -a'esinaii's
situation In a wh le ale and r< tail store . can -how an
prentlce?hlp certlffeate and g- vc goo I relerencc In this
city Address JOHN I ' R4\T1I, 227 East 21st *?.
"\\T ANTED? BY A YOUNO MAN. AGE Is, A SITUA
T ? tioii .1- ilrug c'ei k : li.is hud two \ cars' . xperietice.
Address D, .1 M . Il. rald office.
W'ANTED? A YOUNG MAN, A OOOD PENMAN I >R
Tl office work, one ha\ diu' some knowledge of s, wing
machines preferred. Address, -tating -alary <? xpected,
M Kit' II ANT, Herald office
WANT l-D- A SALESMAN IN A C'lAi'KI l( MURK
TT one able to take charge [ referred Vddrcss with
particulars und relerenccs, CRACKERS, box 190 Herald
office.
WANTED? B\ A WHOLESALE LIQUOR HOUSE,
TT an activc salesman, with a eitv and near In trade;
experience and acquaintance nei c< ary. Address box
4.3i? Post office, or FRANK ADAMS, 222 rront street.
"\lrANTED? A FIRST CLASS OKOCBRY CLERK,
TT compeU'iit to tuke char-'e of a store. Address witll
referemes. >alary, Ac., V. S., II, ml I Uptown Branch
office, I,2u5 Broad way.
A NT Ell ? SITU XT ION IN RAILROAD S I EA MB Ar
or other offb e, by ^eulleinan with thorough knowl
edge. long experience and best of reference. Address,
lor three days. I'D ICEf AGENT, lleruld office.
WANTED? SITUATION AS SALESMAN, HAS HAD
tt iIm years experience In machinery, carriage and
heavy hardware , ulso t r, >11 and steel; open tor au en
gagement August 1 Address, for three days, P. L. K.,
Ileral l offi e _
U'ammi in \ BOOK AND PBBIODII AL IMPOR1
ing house, is general assistant, a voting man. Eng
lish nr Hootch, well convereant wltn the London maga
/in** and hook irade, Addre>s, stating salary expected
an I references, box 1,334 Post office .
TANTKD? A HTOCK CLKRK IN A W IDlLES \T7k
( lothing house ; one who lias leen acting in that
capacity in the line und is competent to keep -tiwk in
order and select goods, must come well recommended;
none other* need apply; also wan led, a salesman who
lifts a good established Western trade and has been in
the employ of a clothing house In Uus city before. Ad
dp 33 LMAti UEL, Herald office'.
COACHMEN A!VW (JAHttKMOUS.
S MARRIED M \ N WISH ES A SITUATION AS
X coachman. In a private family in the country ; Is
? llling and obliging. Call at 2u4 William at., lor two days.
A SITUATION WANTED-BY a SINGLE MAN, AOK
2S year*, an coachman ; lias first class city reference
Call at 131 Kast 18th St.. for one week, at private stable'
Actuation wanted-by a young m \n, as
rnai limaii; has good city reference; no oMection
to the country. Cull on or uddrcss J. S., 17 East :iOth st.
A YOINO MAN WISHES A SITUATION AS COACH
man and assistant gardener; Hood reference. Ad
dress C., box. TO.' Herald olllce.
A COACHMAN *V ANTING A SITUATION IK PER
mitted to advertise tn>m his last employer's, to
whom lie refers. Impure at 32 und 34 West 40th 4.
A OBNTLBMAN wishes To PROCURE A 8ITUA
tloti foaii Hrvt class English coachman, who under
stands his business thoroughly. Address II. C. D.,l>ox
120 Herald ofllce.
A GENTLEMAN WISHES A SITUATION VOB HIS
coacnman; can strongly recommend him: careful,
stylish driver and superior groom ; strictly tempo rate.
Call on ir addre s J. y., IS West 30th st.
A GENTLEMAN wishes A SITUATION FOR IIIS I
A coachman; can recommend him lor capability,
honesty, sobriety and irustworihv ; Is married, wile and
110 children. Address T. ()., box 240 Herald ottico.
ABi I'HATIoN AS CoACIIMAN LONG ENPERI
cnce ; understands the business in all lis branches;
eleven years' reference from last employer. Call on or
address ,J. N., 4f? West 301 h st.
A SITUATION AS COACH MAN-LONO EXPRBI
. \ ence; understands the business in all its branches;
ten years' reference trom laft employer. Address '11. I>.,
127 W est "1st st
ARESPKOTABLE COLORED MAN WISHES A SIT'
nation its coachman: city or country; four yea's*
refer< Imiuire tor RICHARD PORLKi, at Eldrcd's,
416 West 40fll St.
A RESPECTABLE YOUNO COLORED MAN WI-HES
a situation as coachman; best reference. Call on
or address W. T., 243 Went 15th st., between 7th and
8th a vs.
A RESPECTABLE YOUNG COLOKKD MAN (SOUTH
ern) wishes n situation as coachman ; best refer
ence. Call at 169 West 20th st.. rear.
CIIARLE8 FAUNTLEROY.
A FIRST CLASS COACHMAN WANTS A SITUATION;
understands his business thoroughly; best refercnoo:
town or country. Call 011 or address COACH M AN, Tall
man's stable. 3*th st. und Broadway, for two days.
A FIRST CLASS COACHMAN WANTS A SITUATION ?
Single young man ; left last place on accolint of the
family goitig to Europe ; best city mid country references.
Address JAMES, box IC'I Herald Uptown Branch ofllce.
A? A FIRST CLASH SITUATION AS COACH
. man by a colored man In a prlvato family at
I.0112 branch; first class rclerencc. Address COACH
MAN, box 107 Herald ofllce.
A SOBER. HONEST MAN WANTS WORK ON A
gentleman's place ; can do plain gardening : no objec
tion to the country ; good reference. Address J. 11., 979
1st uv.
A YOUNQ MAN WISHES A SITUATION AS COACH
man und groom; understands the care of Morses,
carriages, and harness thoroughly: city or country ; good
references. Address K, box 119, 1,265 Broadway.
A MIDDLE-AGED HERMAN WANTS A SITUATION
/V as gardener: understands the bu-iness in all Its
branches- good reference. Address GARDENER, box
160 Heruld olllce.
An enolishman <marriedj wants a situ a
tion as coachman and groom; Ok years' good ref
erence; no objection to the couulry. Address D. B., box
141 Heraid olllce.
A COACHMAN'S SITUATION WANTED-BY A RE
gpectable young man. who thoroughly understands
his business; willing and obliging; seven years' city ref
erence. Call on or address L., ID West 28th st
A COACHMAN OR OARDENER'S PLACE WANT
ed, by a steady Scotchman ; is fully competent in
every respect; best city reierence. Address B., box 2j2
Herald olllce.
AS COACHMAN AND GARDENER? A SITUATION
wanted by single man; is capuble of both; willing
and obliging; best city reference. Address C. N., box 100
Herald olllce.
A COACHMAN'S SITUATION WANTED-BY A SIN
gle l'rotestant man; thoroughly expericncod man;
into, accustomed city driver; excellent groom. Call 011
or address COACHMAN, at present employer's, 70 West
47th st
ACOACnMAN WISHES A SITUATION? WILL BE
found a reliable and competent man, active and
ohllgtng; understands the management ot horses per
fectly; has long and satisfactory references. which will
certify tor honesty, sobriety and capability; married,
two In family. Address T. C., box 109 Herald office.
COACHMAN AND GARDENER'S SITUATION WANT
ed, by a single man ; can milk and make himself
generally usofUl ; thoroughly understands his business;
Is sober and honest. Address o. M., box 108 Herald office,
/COACHMAN'S SITUATION WANTED? BY A FIRST
class man In every way: has first, class city refer
ences Call 011 M. M., at Brewster A Co.'s, 85 5ih av., cor
ncr of 14th st.
COACHMAN OR GROOM? BY A STRICTLY TEMPER,
ate single man ; reference from his former employers
for honesty, sobriety and capability. Apply to or ad
dress P. K., at Mr. Shilling's, 144 5th a v.
FIRST CLASS COACHMAN, OF LONG EXPERIENCE,
wants a situation: best city reference as 10 sobriety
and capability ; is willing and obliging. Address J. li.,
box 117 Herald ofllce.
FIRST CLASS COACHMAN-A YOUNO GERMAN,
Protestant, wants a situation: five years' t1rst dans
reference . no objection to il* country. Address C. II. S.,
box 124 Herald olllce.
IjURMF.R'tf PLACE WANTED? BY A MARRIED MAN
with family; understands ploughing, mowing, cra
dling. bill ling and all other work. Address FARMER,
box 210 Herald office.
PARDBNER'S SITUATION WANTED? BY A SINGLE
vl man. aged 33; understands the business practically
Address A. R., iiox 210 Herald ofllce.
("I ARDENER (SINGLE) WANTS EMPLOYMENT; UN
IT dcrstands greenhouses, graperies, fruit, flowers ami
vegetables: 18 years' reference. Address GARDENER,
Alfred Bridgemaa's. 876 Broadway.
ft ARDENER? BY A MARRIED MAN; THOROUGHLY
IT understands the care of a gentleman's place, includ
ing flowers, fruit aim vegetables; wife as cook or laun
dress. Address GARDENER, itox 200 Herald ofllce.
/I ARDENER? BY A SINGLE MAN; THOROUGHLY
vl understands the cultivating <it greenhouse graperies,
fruit and vegetables; best reference. Address A. B.. box
100 Herald office.
/ 1 \bdener-Wiio is COMPETENT IN HOT OR
It cold graperies, greenhouses ami vegetables; has
devoted several years to the laving out of country
places; would not ohiect to superintend a tarm in con
nection with cither ot the above departments; has taken
several prizes nt agricultural lairs; first class relcr- j
enccs. Address M. C. B., Clifton, stati n Island.
SITUATION WANTED?BY A GOOD. RELIABLE
l1* Swedish man. ascoaehman and to make himself gen j
erallx useful on a gentleman's pluce in city or country ;
first class references. Applv to or address CliAS. WILL
NER, 372 Atlantic av., Brooklyn.
QIT17ATION8 WANTED-BY MAN AND WIFE; MAN j
11^ competent coachman; Milling to mnke hlni'df !
useful ; wife as first class cook and housekeeper; under
stands all ?orts ot entrees, pastrj, cal;es. bread : country 1
preferred ; would tnke hotel or other large place; good
reference. Address II. B., llcrald ofllce.
WANTED? A SITUATION AS COACHMAN, HY A
V> respectable married (colored) man, in a private
family; good city references. Address box liitf Herald
ofllce
\1' \NTI;d? \ 8ITUATION A8 COACHMAN, BY a
11 respectable colored man ; has no objection to the
country; nine years' reference from lust place, cull tor
two days at il'l West 31st st,
TXTANTED? A SITUATION A 8 COACHMAN BT A
11 single man, who understands the business thorough- I
Iv and can give the very b. st cit.' reference. Call en or 1
address P. M.. b44 Sixth avenue, iii the harness store.
W'ANTE n_nY ADVERTISER, NEWLY ARRIVED
V' froru England, sltnatii'ii rt- under gardener; cun
milk and look uftur cattle if reijuired. Address M., box
211 Herald office.
HELP W A VTKD? 11IALRS.
\HOME FOR A BOY (141 IN SMALL GROCERY.
Ml loth av. j
A GENTS CAN EASILY MAKE HO PBS WEEK
JY s, iling our new novelty by -ample : Indispensable
everywhere. Cafl at 06 Libert) ^t , rooms t4 ana 36
i CHANCE TO LBARN rELBGRAPHY ?MEN,
J\ women, boys and ..-iris l< arn and take positions , ,le
mantl tor operators; no vacation. THOMPSON'S Col
lege. 2U 4th uv., opposite Cooper In-titute.
A NGBLL'8 TURKISH BATHS, i| LEXINGTON AV?
J\ want agreeable, honest, intelligent, industrious,
*trtetl\ temperate Atneru ans not oldet than 2S years, for
baths and office; must be well recommended.
\ hMART, ACTIVE MAN WANTED IN A T.1C.1IT
, \ out loor business M'Ply, alter a o'clock, at the
NEW YORK BOOK COSCi.RN No. 7 Wairen St.,
fourth floor.
t FEW FIRST CLASS WHITE MEN, WAIT
JY crs; one sertibglrl, one girl to work in laundry und
p .utty. A i j > I v at Itemsin IIoiim!, l;tuth si. and .id uv , i
Uarletn Bridge.
k _THB NATIONAL SCHOOL OF TBLKGRAFHY, '
i\ ? UV Ei ? lith street near Broadway ; open the entire
season - positions as soon u.i qualified ; day atnl evening
sessions.
Agents wanted? for a masonic work; lib.
eral inducements offered; members o: the order |
desirous of employment please call at 786 ifroadway, be
tween the hours ot 9 u:id 2 o'clock, third floor.
t GENTS WANTED? ONLY EXPERIENCED MEN, |
J\ for a very saleable toy, a specialty lot the Fourth; i
small capital rcijuired. Call alter P.
MILNER, 10 Cortlandt st., up stairs.
Agi \T- WANTED- rest THING OUT; CAN'T
help selling; on $7 to 912 outay can mnke ner .
cent Don't fail to call
HENDERSON. 116 Nassau st, room 7. !
t GENTS W ANTED. ? G HEAT CHANCE; FOUR NEW
j V articles, ust out; -ell at S'/ht a week ; small
Capital t eiiulrcd. ample ? by man 2'?'. Steady employ
luent AMERICAN SoVELfV COMPANY,
*? Broadway.
nlBBCTORT OFFICE, l? NASSAU STREET.
A gents wanted, on Gould in .' s Busine ss Directory ot
New Vork. Brooklyn, Jersey city, Newark, i nters ai,
lloboken ami Ellzaiicth Now ready for ?ale and delivery.
| UST I SS I ED? "IN SEARCH OF THE CASTAWAYS."
? I by lules Verne, author ol "Twenty Thousand leagues
U nder the Sea, Ac., Ac. illustrated with 172 engravings,
tivo. lo lie sold by subscription only. Extra cloth. &l ;>.).
Agents wanted.
J. B. LIl'PINCOTT A CO., 2S Bond street.
Man wanted? in a milk dairy, to dish our
ut steam counter. Address S. T., Herald office.
CTEWARD for SCHOONER YACHT MYSTIC.? A p.
O ply on board, loot ol Court st.. Brou'Uv"
HKLP WAaTKI*? -MAT.KS.
The republic life insurance company. 409
Broadway, want a few first claw business lucu to act
as solicitors in the metropolitan dinlrict,
ANTED ? A PRACTICAL BOTTLER. ADDRESS
box 3.8115 Post office.
w
?
"II/" ANTED? TWO GOOD WAIjTEIl.S, KOK A RE8TAU
VV rant. Apply early at Eastern Hotel, No. 1 South
7 ANTED? A SINGLE MAN IN A UOTEL OFFICE.
Address box 104 Herald office.
ANTED-A BAR BOY. APPLY AT 34'J CANAL
st, from 7 to 9, Tuesday morning.
TVTAIThltS WANTED? APPLY AT FRENCH'S NEW
tt Hotel, corner Corttandt and Churjh sts. Steady
place tor good men.
WANTED? A IOUNO MAN, AHOUT 17 YEARS OF
age, to do office work ; salary $IU per week. Address
O. L., Herald office.
TIT ANTED? A YOUNO MAN WHO UNDERSTANDS
tt the pocery business, and not afVnid of work. Ap
ply at Nu. 3 President :.t. , South I rookl) n.
Iir ANTED? A YOUNG MAN, 18 TO 18 YEARS OLD,
V i to work in a grocery store; oiio wlio understands
the business prefei red. Sift 2d nv.
VI* ANTED-A GOOD. STEADY MAN To WORK on
V* a soda water wagon ; must be well recommended.
Inquire hi S3 Oansevoort st., after I o'clook.
tjrr ANTED-A MIDDLE-AGED man T?> ATTEND TO
tt a Catholic church; waives moderate. Apply to
J. s? 7^ 3d riv., near 49th st.
UrANTKD-A YOUNG MAN, WHO CAN SPEAK
German, for an insurance office; salary fii per
mouth. Cull, between 8 and 1(J A. M., at 213 Bowery, first
floor.
TXTANTED? A YOUNO MAN, IN A GENTLEMEN'S
tt furnishing store; ono who understands the busine**.
Address, with references, slating what salary uxpoctcd,
B. P. a., Herald office.
WANTED? A FEW ACTIVE MEN, WITH GOOD
business tact, to enga e in it II lit and profitable
employment; extra liberal arrangements made with the
right men. Apply to JOHN w. rhule. i i Murray st
"l*,rANTED-A TRUSTWORTHY BARTENDER. WHO
tt can tuiuish his employer $600 cash, for which good
security will bo given. Apply at tiie tiiruiturc store 137
Bleecker street, from 9 tilt 11 o'clock A. M.
Y*7 ANTED? A RESPECTABLE YOUNO MAN, FROM
TT the age of 16 to 1 8, to make himself generally useful;
must understand wailing on table; Swiss or French pre
ferred. Call for tli rue days, after 12 o'clock, with city
reference, at 12 East 16th st.
H7 ANTED? A COMPETENT TRAVELLING AGENT
? ? for a f ' rut class turbine water wheel ; must be capa
ble of making drawings and estimates. and a good sales
man lamiliur with the trade. Apniy in person or by tet
ter to HARDER Jt BAKER, Ballston Spa, Saratoga
county, N. V.
WANTED-FOR THE UNITED STATES MARINE
Corps, /i00 Unc, able-bodied men. 'this service offers
snlendid opportunities to visit foreign countries oi| hoard
United states ships-ot-war. For further information
apply at Recruiting Rendezvous, 89 Chatham street.
New York. JAMES LEWIS,
Maior United States Marine Corps.
THE TRADES.
A RESPECTABLE YOUNG MAN, LATELY LANDED,
wishes to learn 'a trade; plumbing and gasfltting
preferred ; Is willing and obliging. Gall ut or address If, 9
West 274li st.. top floor, front rooms.
AOASFITTER, WIIO FULLY UNDERSTANDS HIS
business, A reliable and quick workman, wish
employment. Address GASFITTER, llerald Uptown
Branch office.
A CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR (HAS OW
?v instruments), with 15 years' experience on all kin Is
of work, railroad location, construction, cny and country
surveying, wishes an engagement: moderate salary in
permanent position : most salislactory references. Ad
areas 0. i;. , box to:; Herald office.
PAINTER WANTED? A FIRST CLASS PAINTER,
competent to do lettering, graining und ornamental
work. Apply ut once at 128 Broad st
WANTED.? A RESPECTABLE YOUNG MAN WANTS
a chance to learn a trado : jew. ller or watchmaker
Sroferted. Those having an opening please address AN
hony SCHNATZ, No. 77 Chrystic st
WANTED? A COMPETENT FOREMAN OR FORE
woman by a large wholesale cloak liouso; must be
a good designer and practical cutter: those who had ex
perience m city houses will please address M. M., box
284 (new number) Post office.
TTf ANTED? A FIRST CLASS MAN, COMPETENT TO
?T render grease and tallow, grind bones and make
superphosphate, one not alraid of work can hear of a
good place by addressing A., box 200 Post office, Buffalo,
RGARDKRS WA.WTKU.
"I NICELY FURNISHED, COOL, FRONT ROOM,
1 with large pantry; good noard for two, JIG; ulso
Rooms tor gentlemen, $7. 42 Grove street, between Hud
son and Bleecker.
I BLOCK FROM CHATHAM SQUARE.? GRANT HOUSE,
1 48 New Bowery: 150 rooms newly furnished ; single
rooms, 35c. to 50c. ; double rooms, $1, $1 50 and $2 ; open
all night
IOR TWO HANDSOME ROOMS. *ITII BOARD,
. In a private house ; terms very cheap. 329 East 14th
at. ; call at once.
9 BLOCKS FROM BROADWAY ? $7 TO $20 PER
week.? Good Rooms and first class Hoard, for tami
lies or singi.' gentlemen ; tulde boarders ? good neighbor
hood. 61 East Fourth street.
4 WEST TWENTY-SECOND STREET.? SUITS OF
Rooms: also single Room, with Board; only one
door from Filth avenue.
4 HANDSOME ROOMS, WITH OR WITHOUT
Hoard, ut Summer prices. 275 West Eleventh st.
<4 TH A V EM' K, 349.-A LADY HAVING A NEWLY
T" painted, papered and neatly furnished house, will
rent Room", with or without Board, for the Summer, ut
very molcrutc forms.
9 EAST NINTH STREET, BETWEEN UNIVERSITY
place and I Ittli avenue.? Double Rooms, lor gentle
men, a> to $'.<: table board era, $i.
"1 j IRVING PLACE.? DESI RA ltLE ROOMS, EN
L*? suite or singlv, with first class hoard; transient
visitors accommodated. References.
I t Til STREET.? ELEGANT ROOMS TO LET, WITH
.L't Hoard, at 217 West Fourteenth street; house first
class and unusually dosirul le as a Summer rellencc;
terms moderate; references
UTH STREET. M WI'ST ? CI IDLEST PART OF THE
city.? Handsomely furnished Rooms, on first and
second floors, with Hoard, from $14 to $16 for two; single
Rooms, $7 ; references. _
1 e WEST FORTY-SIXTH 8TRBET.? WITH BOARD,
1?) Suits ol Rooms, vacated b.v the 1st of duly, on reason
able terms, for the Summer or longer. Reterences given
and required.
1 (' EAST TWENTY- THIRD 8TREBT, 0PP08ITE
1") M dison avenue Park. ? To let, furnished, with or
without Hoar i. desirable Rooms, In floors or separately,
to permanentor transient parties.
-1/' WEST FOrRTEENTH STREET, NEAR FIFTH
I ' ) avenue. ? Large and small Rooms to let. together or
separately, with or without Hoard; terms moderate ; ta
ble boarders taken ; references
(VIST STREET, 88 EAST.? HANDSOMELY FURNISH
? I cil Room- ; first class table and attendance. Par
lies from the South or elsewhere accommodated tran
sietul.) at moderate prices; references exchanged.
00 EAST Til ! RT Y- FIFTH STREET.? SUITS OR
single Rooms with or without private table at
Summer nrl-es until Full. In three English basements
and her Madison avenue high stoop house.
Mr., M. H. SUMNER.
QQD STREET? MADISON SRU ARE.? PARLOR AND
Second Floor to let, with or without Hoard; also
single Rooms, at moderate puces; references. 26 East
Twenty -third street
tl'iD STREET, UK. BETWEEN SIXTH AND SEVENTH
? ? I avenues.? Newlv furnished I'oouis, en suite or
singly, with first cln?s Board and attendance, .summer
prires; re erences ie jnlred.
k? I III STREET, HO. *10, WEST. -ELEGANT SECOND
? t Floor, with private bath and fine table ; also ex
tension and stiglc Rooms; terms moderate; references
exchanged.
t?7 WEST EIGHTEENTH -IKE ET ? PLEAS A N T
ul Rootni. nicely titrnlshfl, at >uinuier prices, with
or without Board; references.
*)7 WENT TW'eN I Y.SEVENTH SI RE El\ NEAR
i Broadway.? Rooms to lot, on first and second
floors, to families or s'ugie gentlemen, with or without
board: reference.
I EAST TWHN I'V-I'Ol.' RTI1 STREET? LA KGR,
? ? ' airy Rooms on second and third doors, to rent,
with or w it! e it Hoard, at very moderate prices; small
private <a i I v ; near Madison square.
I- WEST TWENTY- EIGHT 1 1 STREET.? L.aRGE
to and -mail Knom? and Suits ol Rooms, with all
modorn Improvements, with or without Board.
m WES1 FOURTH STREET, OPPOSITE WASH.
Tr~ Ington siiuare.? An entire Floor, wuh ho' and
cold w\u.r, suitable tor gentleman and wife or slnwla
gentlemen, with or without Board ; also Parlor Floor.
I (\TII STREET, WEST, NEAR Ell I II WEN I E.?
T >7 Elegantlv furnished Rooms, with Hoard. In the
coolest part ol the city, at Summer prices; second an I
third Moors. Address COMFORT, llcraid Uptown Branch
office.
-?> WES1 TWENTY -EIGHTH STREET.? CHOICP.
? lurnlshed Rooms, with II rut class Board, for gentle
men and their wives or single gentlemen, at summer
prices; references required.
o< \ SEVENTH AVENUE, BETWEEN FIFTKENTH
Cw and sixteenth streets. ?A handsome Suit ol Rooms
to let, with or wuhout Board, separately or together;
terms moderate.
illl LEXINGTON WENTE.-NICE.' airy ROOMS
1 i '"t" to let on first an I second floors, with good Hoirrt,
ai SBinmer prices; rofcrences exchanged, can be seen
tor one week.
WEST FORTY-SIXTH STREET, M AR SIXTH
avenue.? Large, nicely furnished Rooms, on sec
floor, siimlv or together with good Board; reference
required, term* very modcrat*^
I"! i BAST NINETEENTH STREET.? HANDSOMELY
I l r lurnlshed Rooms, with Board, reduced rates;
elegant location.
1 1 ( i E A SI SEVENTEENTH STREET GENTLEMEN
I 1 accommodated with handsomely furnished Rooms,
witii or Board.
I'll CLINTON PLACE. -A HANDSOMELY FUR
JO I nlshed Room on first or second floor, with or
without. Hoard, in a family ol two.
"!?)'? EAST SIXTEENTH STREET, NEAR IRVING
I ? ? place ? Desirable Rooms to rent, with Board, to
gentleman and wife or single gentlemen; reterences.
If- EAST TWENTY. FIRST STREET. i.RA MERCY
l*i?l Park.? Handsomely furnished Rooms, with
Hoard, en si.ite or singly, suitable for t.imllh - or gentle
men; transclent parties accommodated, terms moder
ate ; location desirable.
ICn WEST ELEVENTH STREET. NBAS SIXTH
!?)" avenue.? Pleasant Rooms, nicely furnished, for
gentleman and wile or single gentlemen; house. Iota
tiuu, table. As., first class; references.
110
BOARDERS V/A?fTKl?.
1 [T | WEST TWELFTH 8TBBBT, NBAR SIXT'I AVr.
nut'.? A large second slory Kooui, who goou
Board, to let, to three gentlemen; terms moderate.
1 no BART FIITY-FIRST 8TREKT.? ROOMS To LET,
J?JD with Board, to gentlemen and wives of single
gentlemen; terms very low lor the 8ummer.
1 CO WBST THIRTY-SIXTH 8TKEKT.? * U KXlfiU ED
WO Rooms to let, to geullcman and wife, with Hoard
lor lady only, or two young ladies can be accommodated.
1 Ztl WEST FOURTEENTH STREET.? one LARGE
1?)0 Room and hall ltooin, adjoining, to let, with
Hoard, separately or together. References.
1/;] EAST THIBTT- FOURTH STREET -SECOND
i'l.L tloor front alcove doom, with Bom a lor man and
wile: $25 per week : first class in all respects.
nno east rirTBBNTH street.- large, well
Zj\ 'U furnished Rooms to rent, with or without Board;
central location ; Snminer prices.
QO7 EAST TWELFTH 8TREET, BETWEEN 8EO
__f I ond and Third avenue*.? Nicely lurnlshed
Rooms with Hourd, in a French lamily ; pr.iccs moderate ;
references required. ________
2xa WEST Till RTY-N I NTH STREET.? TO LET,
? JU with good Board. handsomely furnished Rooms;
oue hall Room ; good location; convenient to four lines
of cars; terms moderate.
(VTA WKST FORTY-THIRD STREET.? TO LET.
Ja 1 " neatly furnished Room, with or without Board,
for gentlemen or gentleman und wile ; terms moderate.
Q1 X NINTH AVENUE.? TO LET, A LA BOB FUR
O.l ? I nlslied Room, to two gentlemen or to a lady and
gentleman, with or without Board- terms reasonable.
Q/|fl KAST BIOHTY-SIXTH 8TBEBT.? TWO OKN
OtO tlemen ot quiet habits may find superior accom
modations, with or without Hoard, at reasonable rates,
in a small private family. Oars and boati convenient.
A SINGLE GENTLEMAN OF REFINED TASTES
can be accommodated with good Hoard in privnte
house, near Fourteenth street and Sixth avenue. Ad
dress ESFERANCE, box 188 Herald office.
A RESPECTABLE FAMILY, WHO LATELY LOST
their own, want a child to Ho ird ; will have good
care and comforts of a home. H. PHENDERGA8T, 516
Second avenue, near Twenty ninth street
A FEW GENTLEMEN C!AN ENGAGE ROOMS, WITH
tirst class tablet low rates; private family ; on
Staten Island; splendid view; pure uir. Address com
fort, box 1..2 Herald office.
A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE OR TWO OB THBEB
gentlemen may obtain pleasant Rooms and Hoard
in a private family residing at 408 West Twenty-second
street ; references required.
APBIVATE JEWISH FAMILY WILL LET 8EVERAL
cmntorta! Iv furnished Rooms, with or without
Board; location first class; terms moderate. 231 West
Forty-third street, nenr Broadway.
A PPLY AT THE FREE DIRECTORY FOR DESIRA
V ble boarding places. Householders specify accom
modations. Established 18.17.
BOARDERS' DIRECTORY, 737 Broadway.
A NY FIRST CLASS GENTLEMAN WANTING A
J\ nicely furnished third story Room, with or without
partial Hoard, in a strlctlv private taniily, on I'.ilrty
fourth street, near Seventh avenue, may address COM
FORT, Herald Uptown Branch office.
B1CRNISHHD ROOMS TO LET? WITH OR WITHOUT
board, in a private family ; situation pleasant; house
with all modern improvements; convenient to boat. and
cars; rcfurcnccs required. Address A. L., station D.,
Harlem.
VTBWLY ANO HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOMS,
xi with or without Hoard, in a taniily of adults; refer
ences exchanged. Apply at 43 West riiirty-ftrth stri ct.
SOUTHERNERS AND OTHERS IN SEARCH OF
O Rooms call at our office ; no charges.
GENUNO'S BOARDER8' DIRECTORY,
37 Union square.
TO LET? FOR THE MONTHS OP JULY AND AUGUST,
two nice, desirable Booms, with Hoard, in the vicinity
of Fifth avenue and the Park : liberal arrangements will
be made with desirable parties. Address box 2,429 Host
office. *
KOAHI) AW D LODGING WANTED.
A NICE FURNISH ED ROOM AND BOARD WANT
ed? By a gentleman. In a private family ; references
given. Address, stating particulars, C. R., box 4,1 U3 Post
office.
A YOUNG GENTLEMAN, DOING BUSINESS IN THE
city, would like to obtain tlrst class Hoard, within
one hour's ride from City llall; good society indispensa
ble ; first class references. Address RINGGOLD, llcruld
office.
Board and care wanted? for an invalid
woman, partly paralyzed, a slmrt distance from the
cltv. Address, stating terms, W. SCOTT, 10 I'ark place,
New York.
Xkr ANTED? BY TWO YOUNG M KN, IN A NICE
*? locality. Room and Hoard; private family pre
ferred; references exchanged. Address at once, stating
term*, WANTED, Herald office.
TTT ANTED? BOARD IN A PRIVATE FAMILY FOB A
m single gentleman ; not above 20th st. ; terms not to
exceed $8 to >7. Address DAY IB, Herald office.
~\XJ ANTED ? A FURNISHED ROOM, BELOW
V? fifteenth street, with or without m<'sls, in a
private family. Address, with terms, which must be
moderate. GEORGE P., Herald ollice.
HOTELS.
ANGBLL'S TURKISH HAT MS, 61 LEXINGTON AVE
Hue.? I'leasant Rooms lor gentlemen or lamllies;
transient or permanent, with or without meals; private
table if desired. Hal as open all night.
/I ALLEN HOUSE, liY, HUDSON STREET, CORNER
of Laight.? Excellent Board, $(1 to $.' SO per week,
with single Room : single Room, without hourd, $2 and
upw.irds; Lodging, AO cents; gentlemen only. Open all
night.
/i root's HOTEL AND DINING SALOON. 4St> TO 400
IT Canal street.? liil room-'. Open all nigbt. Meats,
IS cents; rooms. 30 cents to .'0 cents? $2 to $2 10 per week;
board, 94 fiOi
1 1 ROVE HOUSE. J7t> BIAECKER STREET.? FINE
\T Rooms, with excellent Board. to $12 per week ;
Rooms without board; large, shady yards, croquet
ground, Ac. ; Cool bouse.
1IBBY HOTEL, 56 WARREN STREET, ONE BI.OCK
J front Citv llall.? Rooms, 3fic., SOe., 75c. per day ; $2,
$2 50, $3 per week; family Rooms, $1, (1 50 per day. $4
to 93 per week.
M.\ i SON l'AKISI ENSE. 3H AND 10 TWB1.ITH
street, near Broadway.? Rooms for families ami
single gentlemen, with or without Board ; breakfast at
SO cent* ; table d'hote at 6 P. m. ; at (I, with wine.
NEW ENGLAND HOTEL. NO. SO BOWERY. CORNER
of Bayard street? -'00 light Rooms, neatlj fur
nished, SOe. and 60c. per night, &2 SO to $4 per week ; for
g. n tie men only.
QUMMR HOTEL, 69 BOWERY. corner CANAL
k' street.? Rooms bv the day, week or mouth ; 50c., t)0c.,
75c. and $1 per night On the European plan.
It. BREDEK, Proprietor.
COUXTKY BOARD.
A? A.? A.? BOARD AT SOUTH NORWALK, THE
. MOST DESIRABLE PLACE WITHIN FOR i Y
MII.ES OF NEW YORK. ADDRESS C. E. HOPWOOD,
Uo.\4|s, FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS.
? FEW 8BLBCT HOARDERS CAN FINE GOOD
J\ countrv Board In a private family, in Stamford,
Colin. Address box 320 Post office, Stamford, Colin.
A FEW BOARDERS CAN BE ACCOMMODATED IV
a private taniily, on the Sound, one hour front the
City, by steamer D R. Martin, pier 27. East River: house
on a hill overlooking the Sound; plenty of shade ; bathing
house on th# beach. Addrc-s JOHN BAKER, City
Island, Westchester COttnty, N" V.
A FEW HOARDERS CAN KIND PLEASANT ROOMS
and good Hoard, at a large tarmhou.-e In Bridge
hampton ; 30 minutes' qnvo from the depot; churches,
Post office, and oean; chirges moderate. Address
ANDREW ELDR1DUE. box lti Post office, Bridgehainp
ton. L. I.
\ GENTLEMAN WANTS BOARD FROM JULY 1 IN
J\ a family where there are no children; breakfast it
7; dinner at6%; references. Address, stating terms and
accommodations. M. B. T.. box U5 Herald office.
4 SMALL FAMILY, OWNING A PLEASANT HOUSE
J\ at itlen wood, Yonkers, would take a party of lour
or live persons to Hoard, or would rent the house, fur
nished ; hot and col l water, g..s; good stable; 7 minutes
from depot; 18 traini dally. Address O. L , box 41 Post
office, Yonkers.
4 GENTLEMAN AND WIFE DESIBE COUNTBY
Board not more than l'j hours' ride from Citv llall;
price not to exceed $10 per wet k. Address WlLLIor,
box ill) Herald office.
A PRIVATE FAMILY, HAVING A FIRST CLASS
house in a Pleasant country town fn Connecticut,
two hours by rail or boat, would take a few Hoarders;
large lawn, shade, fruit, piano, ,Vc. ; terms 9t>. Address
CONNECTICUT. Herald office.
AT 9*.? ELIZABETH, N. J. , DELIGHTFUL sf H
j\ urh.? Merchant's private family; two gentlemen
cool Rooms, parlor, ground.^ piano, good table; railroad
commutation, 13 cents; only best reference noticed. Ad
dress ELIZABETH, 142 Nassau street.
Hoard among the catskills? in a private
butisn, situated in a beautiful village ; tine hou-e,
largi rooms and good table; t> rm< $ti per week For
particulars Inquire ot II. c. .-AGE. 386 Greenwich street
/lOM portable board for a family of five
\J or- i* can be had at a farmhouse, miles from
the i-.rle Railroad depot, Midilletown. Orange couiuv,
N. V. . good milk, .-bade, ,*c. ; terms moderate. Addri
EDM I Nil II. ROHIN.-ON, box :tti i Mlddletown, Oranwc
county. N. Y. Kelt rs to w. S. Tuttle, insurance office, 30
? our i street, Brooklyn.
/COUNTRY HOARD-AT GARRISON'S," OPPO.slTK
" West Point, dlrcctly on the bank of the river, "ve
minufes' ualk below station; House large, com
modious, with a lawn of six acres. Address JaMEs H.
CRoi'T, box 5 Post office, Garrison.
POUNTRY board < an be had at a FaRM*
l f house 5" miles from New York; rooms large; lo-a*
lion drv, healthy anil pleasant . Rood stabhng If desired ;
terms rcis , liable. Address II. :t55 Wist Twenty
fourth street.
/lOUNTBY BOARD CAN BE H.VD 80 MILI.S
" from New Y'ork For particulars inquire of ol.O.
W. FROST, 37 Fourth street, Brooklyn, K. D.
fiOUSTBT BOARD -TEN "it IWBLYE ADOLTS '.an
t! nd goisl Hoard and pleasant Rooms at Milton i ti
the Hudson, and within less than a ouarter of a u.ila
from landing; day boats land and all the others, term ,
9S and $ lo a week Address box 43 Post office, Mllioii
/COUNTRY BOARD W\MEn->'.Y A oENTLEMa.v
\j and wife, within about one hi ur from city ; Summit
or Mont Clslr preferred. Address, with mil particulars
and ierms ( not to exceed $20 per week), box 5,ii4S Post
office, New York
ClOU.Vl'i. . Ho \RD WANTED FOR A GENTLEMAN.
1 ?wlle und i ui u lit . In n lai m house ; terms must beiii<od
orafe. Address ECONOMY, box I4:l Herald office.
/"COUNTRY BOARD AT FARM OK W. H. LOUNSBURY",
\J near niounialn ; two mites from depot, Peeluktll.
Reference ? .1 R. Den Ike A Bros., corner of Cantrc ond
Division streets, IVekskill, N Y. _________
/ Mil NTItY HOARDERS WANTED-AT A FIRST
" class farm st Peeksklll ; terms $s ,i week ; good table,
large rooms, verv good accommodations, beftnuiul place.
Particulars of MITCHELL. 77 Cutlar street.
COUWTRY HOARD.
"TjllBST CLASS BOARD AT KINGSTON, SHOkI
r drive from Overtook Mountain House ; wide pi?ii*4
110 niuumtorn ; wa' kn nud drive* an surpassed; teruMM
to 910. Apply at 12U Third place, Brooklyn.
IiTARMHOUSE ON THE CAi SKlLUS-ACCOMMoJ
' date 30; 17 per week ; fresh milk and vegetables; i'4
mosquitoes. Call luT circular and make arrangements 4
914 Broad waT.
G
. O0D GERMAN BOAKD.? FINE HOUSE, WELI
JT furnished Rooms; fishing and bathing: reasonablt
prices. Apply to Mrs. A. UKDEON, Townsend avenue
sixth house left side Vanderbllt Landing, Statcn Island^
Long branch.? a parlor, on first floor}
and fwo lurge Rooms each, on (1 'st and second floor a#
with good Boaru, three minutes from oc> an. near the hit*
tels; bathing privileges. Mrs. G. W. FAUB"X. Morris avf
OR AN G E VALLKY, N. J.? SUMMER BOARDER*
wanted.? Five ifi) pleasant Rooms, with good Boer<if
at reasonable Driers: within one minute's walk of >taA
tlon; large grounds, plenty ol grass and shade; a deligfi*
till Summer home. Apply to A. BALDWIN, 98 Libert*
stteet: EDOUAItD C0UKMONT, Orange Valley; or MrJ
lit' ROHAN, on the premises. ?
Rarr chance.-beroi?N point n. j jo min4
utes from Wall stie.-t, central Railroad ot NewJcrf
seyorboat; two lartC'' eoiiuecting Rooms, singly or en
suite, t" gentleman am; wife or -mg c gentlemen; hou*|
first class; rooms contain closet, hot and cold water*
bath, Ac. - good felling, boatine and hatliinir. PartieJ
wishing conutrv board can tin I nothing uiure desirableJ
Address ho* 5,416 Post offlce, New York. ~
SUMMER BOARD? AT THE ASHLAND CKNTRIt
House, situated on the bank* of the Bata/ia KilB
Creek. 10 miles Irom tlie N. V. K. and 8. R. R. ; dally liner
ot stages to meet trains. For further particulars addresa
the proprietors, CHRISTIAN A SANFORD, AshlaudJ
Greene county, N. Y.
SUMMER BOARD-THREE FAMILIES CAN BE AOi
cominodiitrd: delightful upliiad lucaiiou; large, uirjj
Rooms; a tew minute.-' wulk trim, the ritilroud and bout'
Address box ?1 Post ofllce, Peekskill, N. Y.
STATKN ISLAND.-BOARD WANTED, WITHIN 1,
minutes walk Irom Chiton or Stnpleton landing, bj*
two single gentlemen ; private family preferred. Address?
stating particulars. S. B., box 2,741 New York Post offlce j
rpnOSE WISHING A PLEASANT AND HEALTH
I Summer home can obtain lurge, airy and nicely tuKi
nlslied Rooms in one of the llnest locations on the HuiM
son, three miles north of Newbnrg, on a fruit (arm; IS
miles river view; wide piazza on three sides of th?
house. Call oti M. T. M URFKLDT, or address box 199
Post offlce, Newliurg, N. Y.
TARRYTOWN.-A PRIVATE FAMILY. PLKASANTLS
located, nice grounds, will take a lew" boarders Ion
the Summer; stabling. Apply at &S West Twenty-fllttf
street or 1,2112 llmad wuy.
WANTED? COUNTRY BOARD FOR A LADY ANlf
two children ; seashore preferred. Address U-im
Broadway. _ ?
WANTED? BY A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, BOAR
at a tarmhouse, Measantly sltiuited, within
minutes ride bv railroad from Jersey City. Addrc
slating tenns, Ac., I.., Herald ollice.
"117"ANTISD-A HOME ON A FARM FOR A YOUN
?" man, where he will find occupation und good ass'
ciations; a moderate amount will be paid lor his boar'
Address H. B. , box 122 Herald Uptown Branch ollice,
WANTED-ON THE SOUTH SIDE RAILROAD O
Lone Island. Board for lady and two children (S
and 5 years ot agei ; tarni prelerred; home comfortl
rather than style; day Hoard tor gentlemen. Addressa
with particular*. II. N., Jr., 69 Fourth street, Williams?
burg.
W ANTED? TWO PLEASANT COMMUNICATING
?? Rooms tpr lady and maid. In private house, wiihiq
Ni miles ot New York, where there are no other boarders)
also Sunday board tor husband; house near to and overa
looking sea, In a location tree from musquitoes; goor
bread and plain, substantial food requisite; liberal pn
for right place. Address, with terms and particulars. C
M., Herald ollice.
jjti/j -GOOD COUNTRY HOARD, IN THE VJOINITW
tjpv). of the Catskill Mountains; accommodation* fofl
eight or ten persons in a private faintly on a dairy laruM
For particulars address C. S. P., 68 East Broadway.
A.
SI MMEH RKSORTS.
-BELMONT II ALL.
New Brighton, S. I.,
now open ; newly refitted ; reasonable rates.
A REPORT FROM RECORD OF BOARD OF I1EALTH
The healthiest locality near New York, Beach Housf
Wullingford, Conn. Send tor a circular.
Mrs. M. JARVIS, Proprietress.
A? PREMIUM POINT HOUSE, ONE MILE FROlf
? New Rochelle, 45 minutes from Forty-second street
depot, on New Haven road ; fine sea bathing, heating J
fishing; now open. A. O. PLIMPTON. 1
AT HUDSON RIVER INSTITUTE. CLAVERACK. N. Y.
eight miles trom Catsklll and throe from Hudson by|
rail? Summer Board can be obtained ; extensive grounds!
fine lawns and groves; large, airy Rooms; tamilics witia
children wanted ; the best fresh milk aud vegetables*
telegraph otUcc in the building; Board from $8 to $12 nui
Week. ALONZO i' LAC if J
Albemarle HOUSE, Saratoga springs, n. y.
Broadway, near Clarendon and Congress Park, flrsL
class private family hotel, now open. Address OS abovs
or No. 7 Warren street, room 8. ^
/ VlZZENS* wfisF POINT HOTEL j
\ ' is now open. For particulars address EDWARI*
i
COZZENS, West Point, N. Y.
pOLKMAN HOUSE, FAR ROCKAWAY. L, L, WILI
V' open on the 2Uth ; first class accommodation for put
inaucnt and transient Hoarders.
JOHN J. COLEMAN, Proprietor.
C COOPER COTTAGE, LONG BRANCH, N, J., NO'
J open; quiet, family house ; opposite depot; $3 p<
dav ; $lti to <20 per week. GEO. B. BORTON.
/1ARD.? ALBURGH SPRINGS HOUSE. ALBURGld
\J Springs, Vt.? This house opens June 1. BathinyJ
i fishing, boating. A e., unsurpassed. For terms, rouusJ
' Ac., address H. H. HOWE, -Proprietor. ^
}|t AGLESWOOD PARK HOTEL. PE RTH A MBOY, NJ
'J J., is now open; commnnicntton by Ponnsylvanld
Railroad and Staten Island Kuilrnad; I1., hours from Nfin
York; lawns, bathing and fishing; iron and sulphuif
spring; water, gas, stabling, i'lie proprietors can be seed
at the Coleman House, New York, on Tuesdays, trom IS
to 1. COLEMAN A YKLLOTT. 1
S. S. COLEMAN.
G. W. YELLOTT. ?
p RAND HOTEL CHERRY VALLKY, N. Y. ? OTSEGOf
! VT mineral si>ring>, sulphur, iron and magnesia water 1
| stronger than the wafer of Sharon, Richfield, and wltluiM
pleasant driving distance of tioth places; also Otsegci
Luke and Coopcrstown ; picturesque sccncry; tor ins 111*1
? eral. J. a. robinson.
I THROVE HOUSE*i'4 HOURS FROM NEW YORK XlUt
I \T New Jersey Midland Railroad.? Delightful location
' at Wortendyke; nood li. oinsan i good taHc : terms modi
I crate. For lurther particulars address J A1IKS BOYl)U
1 Wortendyke, N. J., or T. SHKPliERD, 181 HroadwayJ
Now York. ^
Ihm ARE VIEW HOTEL, WATKIN8, N. r.-THlf
J house will be opened to the iiuhlic for the first tima|
nil June 13. It is complcie in all Its appointincnbj aiiiQ
I handsomely furnished throughout. Guests will find if
I especially adapted lor health and comfort, large and nlrii
1 rooms and thorough ventilation. Fine groves, hftud^
some walks, good drives und fishing and boating on
Seneca ljike. Together with the uir-iamud Waikins aiiiQ
Havana Glens, the view from the house ot" Seneca Lnkna
and the surrounding scenery cannot he surpassed. Thai
tnblc wlil be supplied with the best the market affords^
and an efflclent cori>-< ot attendants always ready to waiq
on guests. Rooms can I e secured lor the season "on applM
cation by mail to CHARLES H. BREDKJOiYER, p i?^
prictor oi Lake View Hotel, Watkins, N. Y. ? (
I ARE VIEW HOUSE. OSCAWANA LAKE, PUTNA.\d
J county.? A lew boarders will be taken on reasonabl J
terms; lltie boating und fishing and bcuuiifnl sceneryJ
For terms, Ac., address C. CUMMINS, box 281 Po it ofiicoj
Peekskill, N. Y. >
Linden park t i < >usk, co'k n wallT o n thhL
Hudson, is now open lor the reciaition of pennaneiiol
or transient Boarders; 17 acres of bcalitiliil shaded lawn?l
C. H. RING, Proprietor.
IEIOHT0N HOUSE, NEWMAN SPRINGS, REUS
J Bank, N. J.? This delightftil Summer resort. beautM
fully situated on the Shrewsbury River, is now open^
Iron springs, tine drives, fishing, bolting and bsthlngj
hilli.irds and stabling. Send lor circular. Refer to JohuB
Foley, Esq., No. i Astor House. '
FREDERICK BERGKR, Proprietor.
Overlook mountain house? on the cats3
kills, via Kingston, Ulster county, N. Y. For par?J
tlciilars addresn J. K. Lasher, Overlook Mountaiia
House, Woodstock, N. Y., or JACOB SHAUl'K, WJ Broads
way. ?
ORIENT POINT HOUSE, ORIENT POINT, L, I.
Now onen. situated }n the extreme end of Lotii
Island, fronting on the ? ounil and Uav ; only a uiomcntT
walk to the wat-r; splendid se.i bathing, sailing and
driving: fishing unsurp.iNsed ; re.iche t per Long Isiaiui
Railroad twice a day ; also per elegant Steamer J.
Schuyler from loot of Wall street. Send for circu ar.
m. it parsons. .
RIDGEFIELD 1*A HK~ HOTEL, RIDGE FIELD PARkT
New Jersev. This now, first class hotel will opeti
Julys. It is situated ou elevated grounds, overlooking
the llaekensack River; is newly and elegantly furnished ;
has extensive grounds; is in a healthy neighborhood,
and oilers an attractive Summer resort. Ii is situated lt>
niUi s from New York oil the line of the Midland Novr
Jersey Railroad. Application lor Rooms can lie made aft
the Hotel or at the Wasnlngton Mansion Hon?r, lfack<
fn^ack, N.J. A. BROWNSON, Proprietor.
River dDK house, iwd street, on thk bank*
of the Hudson i> now open lor the accommodation
ol'<;uestsfit moderate rates. Apply to PAULL A l)UN?
CALF
0THERFURD PARK, N. J.? DESIRABLE HOAP.Cf
arid Room--, en suite or singly ; 22 minutes irom Nt **
Yotk, thre<- minutes irom depot ; shade. ?ra?.-i. '?r?oa?\
ground, piaz/.a, Ac. intorer.ee cxi hanged. Address S. M. I- ^
COUTH SIDE Hul EL,- AMU YVILLE, L. L, IS SOW
0 oiien lor reception of (tlestf. For terms add res* MtA
K. C. KING A Son. k. THoMAS, Hupertntendent
BVRN SPRINGS, MOUNTAIN HOUSE,
... Monroe, N. T. ; accomifiodatlon for flOO g!ie?ts; flfl^
miles on Erie Railway, two uillcs in the mountains!
coa.'hes connect ; gentietiiiin of large experienco, late
Metropolitan Hotel, manager; music, hops, billiards,
fishing, livery, A<\ ; no pains spared ; first class.
S. i>. DAVISON, Proprietor.
rpmi OCEAN" IIOUSE,
Newport, ii. L,
opens June 2R, 1873.
I WEAVERS A BATES.
The equinox house.
Manchester. Vermont.? Drawing room car* ihrousit
I b> 10:4(1 A, M. 11.11 lein train. F. Ii. ORVIS.
I rp.VRRYTOWN II LIGHTS I ImI'EL, TAP. RYTOWN oS
I lluilsoii ? ' This bcnutiCul Stinimer resort now open:
495 feet above the Hudson, commanding ? flnertswof
1 iver and mountain scenery
I TTAf OF BLIP'S HOTEL? Ff >< IT OF MOUNT KOUINOX,
? Manchester, Tt., open for simmer visitor* Jane I.
j (?:. M. vaniii-.rlip, Propri- tot
W~ 'BITE SULPHU R SPRINGS. iV. VA.? THK~ FA-'
minis resort tor the in\aild and the ploasuro
| seeker; sweet rhatvhculte S|irinir?, famous for their ner
i voits 'onlc Waters and Baths, near the White sulphur.
| nud visitors there have the use of the While Sulphur
I water. Descriptive pamphlets ol each obtainod al
liegeman's drug store and at J . F. Henry's, No. S Col
lege place. New York. GEO. L. PEYTON A CO.,
I _______ proprietors of both places
i WOODJPI HOTEL, KTOJt BRIDGE. OPEN FOR
I ?f boanltirs.? Gentlemen taken low; trains to Central
depot in M iB'iutes; kteiiuihoat to Peck slip In our hour,
1 ? UKOITGHTOA, Pfoortotor,
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