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Cooka, Ac.
1UITTON" COURT, BETWEEN ELEVENTfl AND
Twelfth streets (University place), second floor.?As
tirit claas cook; hotel or flrst class boarding house; city
or country; or go out by the day.
1ST CLASS COOK (WOMAN)?IN A PRIVATE FAMILY;
understands all kinds of cooking, I otta cake und bread.
Addreas D. W., box 106 Herald Uptown Branch office4
DUNHAM'S COURT, WEST MI) BT? NEAR 7TH
av., top floor.?A reapectable colored girl ai conk or
lanndreas or chambermaid in boarding house; willing
to go home nights.
OO BOND ST.-A RESPECTABLE YOUNO GIRL A8
? u cook, washer and ironer In a small private family:
4 Willing and obliging; three years and aU months in laat
place. Call Monday and Tuesday.
k QQ STH AV., THIRD FLOOR.? fWO OIRL3 TO QO
Ow together; one as cook and assist with the washing,
and the other aa chambermaid and assist with the washing
and Ironing; best city reference.
EAST HOUSTON ST., UP STAIRS.?A OBRMAN
</0 as cook; would aasisc with waahing and Ironing;
. good references.
fj OH 8D AV., CORNER 45TB ST.?A FIRST CLA88
4 Gorman cook wishes a place In a private family.
1 TOO BROADWAY, IN TUB STORE.-A FIK8T
class French cook, with best city references
as to honesty, neatness'and eitlclencj, in the city; high
wages expected. Call or address.
A FIRST CLASS ORDER COOK WISHES A 8ITUAA
tion in a hotel or restaurant Address M. a., box
ul Herald office.
Chambermaids, Sic.
??0 EAST <3D ST.?A RESPECTABLE YOUNG OIRL
XdLi as chambermaid and waitress or chambermaid
aud plain sewer; best city reference. Call on Jtoudajr.
EAST MTH ST., PREbENT EMPLOYER'S.?A
Oi. lady who Is about parting with a trusty servant,
who has lived 22 years In her lamily, would like to procure
for the same a situation as chambermaid or to do
general housework In a small family ; is also capable of
taking entire charge of an invalid.
mWBST 24TH ST., REAR.?A BEBPIiCTABLB
colored girl as chambermaid in a Urge private
boarding house.
IQl JAY ST., BROOKLYN.?AS CHAMBRRMAlD
AO J. and seamstress; understands Wheeler 4 Wilson's
machine; will take charge of growing children. Call or
* address.
OOff WEST 42D ST.. DP FRONT STAIR8.?A REXi?j*J
spec-table colored woman ax chambermaid or
laundress In a private family. Apply lor two days, after
10 o'clock.
*)AA WEST 47TH ST.. IN TOE STOKE.?A YOUNG
Ail girl as chambermaid and waitress la a private
-< family.
OQQ 3D AV.?A YOUNG GIRL AS CUAMBEBMALD
juOO in a hotel; city references.
WANTED?A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE
middle-aged woman from Bermuda, as chamber-maid
and nurse in a private family. Address Mrs. A D.,
' box SJM2 Post office, lor three days.
Dressmakers and Seamstresses.
VOO ST. MARK'S PLACE, 8TH ST.?A OOMPBTENT
uu unwi?ur m kv out uy mr u?y 10 lamiiiei, who,
having had several years' experience In cutting, littini?
and making ladies' dresses in first class establishments
in this city, oRers her services to those who mav desire
to have their work done at their own houses: Is a good
designer and trimmer. Call from 10 A. M. to 4 P. M., or
address DRESSMAKER.
7A MANOIN ST. ?AS 8EAIB8TRE8S IN A FAMILY
I \J by week or month; has own machine; terms 91
Per week. Call on or address LIZZIE JACKSON.
inci WEST 8STH ST.?A PERFECT OPERATOR ON
luf drover A Hater's machine, who is also a good
buttonhole worker, is desirous of obtaining a few engagements
by the day or week In families or with a dress.
maker. Call on or address OPERATOR.
1AQ WEST TJ1IRTY-T1TIRD STREET.?LADIES'
LUt/ and children's Dresses made In the very latest
styles on most reasonable terms, with the best of work.
^ C. TRACV.
JylC ELDRIDOE ST.?AS SEAMSTRESS AND
I itl dressmaker In a gentleman's family; can do nny
* hind of family sewing anu operate on sewing machtues.
"I K7 BA8T 33D ST.?A RESPECTABLE YOCNO OTBL
X') I as seamstress in a plain private family ; willing
-^tn assist in the care of children; can assist with dress.
making.
0"1 O EAST 23D ST., FIRST FLOOR.?TWO l.OOD
ZjLZj dressmakers?one a cutter and fitter, the other a
'trimmer and operator?wish a lew more customers by
the day; best city relerence. Call on or address UKESjta
AKfefRS.
O A A WEST 47TH ST?A VnllNfl fllRT. is
stress; understands (lrcisinaKing; would like to
'wait, oo a lady, or would take care ot one child; best cltv
reference.
WEST 26TH ST.?A FIRST CLASS DRESSArftyT
maker of long experience wishes n few more
customers by the day; latest styles warranted.; fitting
and trimming especially. Call on or address
OCA WEST 21 ST ST.?A. DRESSMAKER, WHO
AiUv thoroughly understands her business, wishes a
few engagements In families by the day or week, or will
cut and at and take work hom&
OT A EAST 21 ST ST.?A GOOD OPERATOR WISHES
Olv plain larntly sewing. Call or address.
OOT 14TH AV.?A FIRST CLASS DRESSMAKER
*J4JL wishes a lew more engagements to go out by the
day in private families; can be highly recommended.
r QJQ 3D AV.. NEAR 26TII ST.-A FRENCH DRESSOtO
makeY wishes a few engagements to go out bv
the day; understands' dressmaking in all Its brunches.
'Call or address.
A ?TH AV., NEAR 28TH ST.?A FIRST CLASS
rt&X. dressmaker wishes the work of few more fainlles
at her own home or by the dav; old dresses made
. .over equal to new; wedding trousseau n specialty; best
Teterences given. Please call and see specimens.
/QQ 6TH AV., FIRST FLOOR.?AN EXPERIENCED
x.x_>w rrencn unwiinncr, uiiucnuiiiiiiiiK tuiunv aim
trimmlng'ln all branches, wishes a.lew engagements by
the week or day In families; term* $2 per day; first class
reiercnceg. Address Mme. RAMU.
Pit) 6TH XV.?A FAHHIONABLE dressmakkr
tJlO desires a lew more engagement* in private tamilles;
latest stylo of patterns. Mme. THAOKER.
/?/\Q 3D AV.?A FRENCH DRESSMAKER WILL GO
l)vO oat to ladles' residences to cut, fit and have
-work ready; very line tttuiig and designing.
Mrs. FRANCE.
r?/\Q 3D AY? NEAR 39TH ST., IN THE STORE.?A
uUO fashionable dressmaker ; will go out by the day
or week: has all the new styles; $1 90 per day.
9TH AV- ,N TlIE FAJ,CY STORE.?A RK4
I'O liable flhg-tmaker to eo to ladles' residences to
cut, fit and have work ready; fits exquisitely and ha* a
thorough knowledge oi fine work.
iTOA 8D AV- CORNER 46TH ST., THIRD FLOOR. I
ZiVt A young Oerman lady, wno is handv In dressmaking,
liairdrcs'inc and all fancy work, wishes a pla -o
as lady's maid in an American lainlly, in or ont of the
city.
OQ/1 BROADWAY.?A FRENCn DRESSMAKER
uOt wishes a few more engagements by the day.
A FRENCn DRESSMAKER, WHO CAN COT AND
fit well, wishes a few more engagements by the dny
or week. Address K. 8,, box 131 Herald Uptown Branch
office.
A LADY WHO UNDERSTANDS CUTTING AND FITting;
also sewing on several machines; would give
her services fonr days in the week for her board; references
exchanged. Address L. 8. HOME, Herald Uptown
Branch office.
A YOUNO AMERICAN GIRL AS SEAMSTRESS OR
companion, or would travel with a familv: kind
treatment more desired than salary. Address M. A. 8.,
Brooklyn Post office.
A COMPETENT DRESSMAKER WANTS A FEW
more customers by the day: is a first class cutter,
Utter anB trimmer of ladies' anri children's ?ults and .
dresses; terms SI AO per day. Address DRESSMAKER,
box 117 Herald Uptown Branch oHIce.
A RAPID. CAREFUL AND EXPERIENCED DRESSmaker
wishes to work by the dav In first class famlllas;
terms $2 per day. Address EXPERT, box M station
D.
A LADY. THOROUGHLY UNDERSTANDING EVERY
department of dressmaking, desires a position as
forewoman; highest reference*; will take work home.
Address DRESSMAKER, t ox -21 Herald office.
A DRESSMAKER. WHO IS A FIRST CLASS DE
Jt\ signer, cutter ana fitter. would !lkc to make an engagement
as lorewoinan. Address, lor three day*,
Lkk.SSMAKER, box I a Herald L'ptown Uranch offlie.
A FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKER WISHES A FEW
more customer* bv the dav or woul I take work at
borne. Address Miss K., Herald Uptown Branch office.
IRST CLA*9 DRESSMAKER TO OO OCT ITHE
day; Rood references. Address WORK, Herald Up?
town Branch olttce.
General Housework, to.
f)4 EAST 19TH ST.. NEAR BROADWAY, SECOND
xit floor.?A respectable colored woman to do housecleaning.
Aptly to .MARY J"lsES.
OC/1 MADISON ST.?TO DO HOUSEWORK IN A
private lumlly.
4|ic east ism "St.. ne\r ist av., in the oandy
""''' store.?An Knglish woman to ilo general housework
in a Rood private family- is a tirst class washer and
Ironer, and a tiood p'ain rook: it Hilling and agreeable;
wants to be where there Is no other lu-lp. Call lor two
day*
A*9 K,A,SJ ,15TH ST-A RESPECTABLE YOUNO
girl to do general housework in a small private
family ; beat city reiercnce.
Housekeepers, Aic.
7 WEST s2d st.?a lady of refinement as
housekeeper or amanuensis; would not object to the
teaching and care ot children not over ten ye irs.
OK WEST 9T1I ST-4 WIDOW, WITHofT i:\c: M
*J*J brance, as housekeeper In a first class family would
take charge of children: no objection to the country;
references (ilven and required. Address or call on
M. w., lor three days.
A J STATE ST.. TRENTON. N. J.-A REFINED INT:
I telliaent woman as housekeeper; will instruct
Toung children, make home cheeriul and bright lor the
weary. Address HUM K.
KA EAST 12TH ST.-A I.ADT OF REFINEMENT
t wishes a position as housekeeper in a widower'*
' family, or for a select party oi K<'utleinen. Address K. L.
lilQ BAST SflTH ST., NEAR LEXINGTON AY-A
Xt:?7 young lady of experience as housekeener or
ompanlon.
"I CA BLEBCKER ST.-A WIDOW LADY OF BXPB4-*-'".
rlence. kind and obliging, desires a position as
noasekeeper In a gentleman's or widower's lamtly or
hotel; no objections to the country; none but honorable
persons need apply. Call on or address Mrs. HEK.NARL).
X OHft WEST mm ST.-A LADT AS HOU8BKEEPBB
* n hotel or to take charge of linen or store
room In same; tin had experience and can ftirnlsh the
best reference. Call on or address, lor two dava. C. L- H.
jraw tork
mTATTOWg WAJTEl^rEBALKg.
Housekeepers, ?e.
OOO WRBT 1STB ST.?A YOUNQ, INTELLIGENT
and orderly American person as working housekeeper
in a small lainlly- Address Miss U
OOfi BROOME 8T. (BAKERY).?A GERMAN LADY
as housekeeper, to take charge of houses.
OQQ WEST 10TB ST.. NEAR HUDSON ST.-A YOUXG
<uOo lady a* housekeeper in a widower's family, or u
companion. Call all the week.
C)A 7 WEST 43D ST.?A LADY AS HOUSEKEEPER
a'? I in a hotel or to take charge ot linen or store
room in nmi; haa had many years' experience and can
furnish the best reference. Call on or address U. U. P.
Q1/1 EAST MTH ST. (NURSES' HOME)?A REOiT
fined, respectable l'roteatan t widow lady, of an
amiable disposition and good experience. Is anxious to
Ret a suitable position a- companion und care taker to an
ivalld lady, or housekeeper to a widower, or any employment
of trust: Rood testimonials; no objection t*
travelling. Address lor a week.
A LADY OP CULTUKE AS HOUSEKKEPER WITH
an elderly genUemuu or widower; lamiiy of refinement.
Address A. H. C., boston l'ost office.
A LADY THOROUGHLY COMPETENT WISHES AN
engagement as housekeeper lu hotel or matron In
lliotitllf* t\r Un^ln. nl.r.nra til^rru
bo? air Herald office ~ ' ~
A LADY 0? EDUCATION AND RFKINEMENT
wishes a position a* companion, house ke eper or any
place ol trust and usefulness In city or country; highest
references given. Address A. J. A., Herald Uptown
Branch nffice.
A WIIIOW LADY OP IINKINKMKNT DKBIBKR A
position as housekeeper, or to meet with a party
who will assist her in taking a furnished house; will give
choice or rooms. Address Mrs. tt. U., Herald Uptown
Branch office.
A YOUNG WIDOW AH HOUSEKEEPER IN A
bachelor's or widower's family. AddreM L. E.,
Herald Uptown Branch office.
A middle-aged woman, op long experience
in housekeeping, who Is fond ot children and understands
cutting, fitting and Hewing on machine, would be
glad to obtain a situation in a first class tamlty, or as
companion to an old lady; best references given and required.
Address G. 8.. Herald Uptown Branch office.
widow lady Would like a position as
housekeeper: could take the entire charge of a
house; is a good dressmaker, and can make children's
clothes; or in a furnished house or small hotel; can
speak English, Prench and German. A duress A. N.,
Herald Uptown Branch office.
A EE8PE0TABI.E MIDDLE-AGED GERMAN WIDOW,
without children, withes a situation as nomtekeeper
In a private family. Add re m J., box 203 Herald office;
An experienced housekeeper desires a"
nicely tarnished House, in 9 good location, where
the owner and family will board for the rent or the most
or it, and where a tew select boarders may be taken. Address
or call on Mrs. CAKPENTBR, lrom 3 to 8 o'clock, at
ICO Bleecker street.
A LADY OF GOOD ADDRESS AND KINB CULtivatlon
wonld like to superintend the household of
an aged gentleman; the highest references given and
required. Address LONELY, Herald Uptowu Branch
office.
WIDOW, AGED 51, DESIRES A POSITION AS
xjl ooase&eepcr m a uansuAu ikuiu/ , n??wi rciucu^.
Address E. V. A., Herald Uptown Branch office.
A POSITION AS HOUSEKEKPER BY A WIDOW,aged
32, or would join some disengaged gentleman
in lome honorable business. Address vhVKY, Ilerald
Uptown Branch office.
As housekeeper in a private family,
would assist in taking care of children; is a good
seamstress; reference given and required. Address S.
R., box 167 Herald Uptown Branch office.
* A LADY OP THE HIGHEST RESPECTABILITY,
J\. and a good housekeeper, would like te take the gen
eral supervision ol a gentleman's houne, olty or country;
reference given and required. Address Mrs. WIUKHAM,
Herald Brooklyn Branch office.
Alone, middle-aged american woman, or
thorough reliability and experience, as housekeeper,
or any position of trust; hest reference. Address
A. H. 0., box 150 lleralit Uptown Branch office.
HOUSEKEEPER'S SITUATION WANTED-BY A
Protestant woman-, is energetic, systematic and
reliable; fully understands the position in every particular,
having held similar situations; is willing to
work as well as superintend; best reference. Address
E. H? box 145 Ilerald Uptown Branch oifice.
TITANTED?A POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER, BY A
TV lady, the widow.of an English army officer: is fond
of children, and would take charge of a widower's fumily;
references. Address II. H. II., Herald Uptown Branch
office.
TATANTr.D?hy an american widow i.ady, a pott
sition as housekeeper, or any pontirm where meniHl
services would not be required; would like lo meet with
an honorable gentleman, who would be willing to render
some assistance to a very worthy la.ly. Address friendless,
Herald Uptown Branch office. 1,265 Broadway.
WANTED?BY A MARRIED WOMAN, WITHOUT
children, the caro ol flats, furnished rooms, first
class tenant property or similar occupation; best reference
given. Address M. A. 11., station K.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY?A POSITION A* HOUSE,
keeper, by widow of 35. An elderly gentleman of
means may address Mrs. U. 8COIT, Herald Uptown
Branch office.
WANTED?BY A YOUNG LADY OF EDUCATION
and experience, a sltiration as housekeeper or
Sovorness, er would act as travelling companion^ no
isrespectful answers desired. Address CLARA CURTIS,
Enfield, Conn.
laundresses, ?tc.
QQ 6TII AY., THIRD FLOOR.-A YOUNG WOMAN
0 O wishes to do ladles' and gen'.lemen's washing at
her own home.
lir WEST 25TII ST., SECOND FLOOR.?A REX-LtJ
speclable colored woman wishes gentlemen's and
families' washing fo do at her residence. .Mrs. LOMAX.
1 WEST 33D ST.?A LAUNDRESS WISHES SOME
IZO washing at her home: ladles'and gentlemen's or
private family; understands all Its branches.
1 WEST 19T1I ST. FIRST FLOOP, FRONT ROOM.?
JLOO A respecta"blc woman to do work by the day or
week; is a good washer and ironer and can do housecleaning;
good reference. Call or address.
1A '-i WEST 2STH ST., REAP. HOUSE.-A BBSPBCfItu
able French woman wishes gentlemen's washing
to do at homo.
1 WEST 31 ST ST.?A FIRST CLASS LAUNDRESS
A0O solicits ladies' anil gentlemen's washing to do at
her home; expert at fluting and fineries; prompt and
reliable. Mrs.sIM M 9.
-I ?>rv WEST 2STH ST.. SECOND FLOOR AN EXPE1DU
rlunccd laundress wonld take the washing of a
few private families or gentlemen at her own home; best
reference. Call or address.
o-l Q WEST S6TH ST., BETWEEN 7TH AND 8TII
wlO avs., top floor, back ?A French woman to go
out washing ana ironing by the day in a private family;
good reference.
m Q WEST 30TH ST.?A RESPECTABLE WOMAN
?LO to go out by the day to wash or do housecleaning,
or take home washing.
OOl EAST MTU ST., TWO FLIGHTS OF STAIRS,
^<)1 back room.?A good laundress wishes washing
at her home ; understands fluting.
OQQ WEST 29TI1 ST.?A RESPECTABLE COLORED
v woman desires the washing of first clans gentlemen
or families; bent reference. Call, or address Mrs.
FREEMAN.
OOQ EAST 2iTH ST., BETWEEN 2D AND SD AVS.?
&OV A widow wants washing at her own house; has
washed tor most respectable families; can he well
recommended for honesty and capability. Call on Mrs.
DOUGHERTY.
OA ft WEST 30T1! ST.?A COMPETENT WOMAN
^TrO wishes a few more ladies' and gentlemen's or
families' wash tag and ironing; also goes out by the day;
best city references. Call on or address LaUNDRE&s,
top floor.
C)C A WEST 47TH ST., NEAR 8TH av., ROOM fc?a
?i)\f respectable English woman wishes ladies' and
gentlemen's washing; understands her business.
_ Mrs. REYNOLDS.
?17Q 6TH AV.-GENTLEME.V8 WA8HINO DONE'
tu i O up in first class style by a first class laundress.
Call on or address Mrs. SEYMORE.
OQQ 3D AV.?A YOUNG GIRL A8 LAUNDRESS;
ZdOO best city reference.
Ol A EAST 34TH 8T.-A WIDOW WISHES GENTLEOI"
men's washing or a lew families' washing; is on
excellent washer and shirt Doll?her; can flute nicely; or
would go out by the day. Inauire lor Mrs. Johnson.
Q-|Q 7TH AV., ROO.mT?A REiPECTABLE YOUNG
OlO woman wishes to do some family washing. Can
be seen at any tune.
Ol e WEST 20TH ST., REAR BASEMENT.?A REOltJ
spectable woman to go out by the day washing
and housecleanlng; Is a first rate washer and irouer;
best city relereuce. ('all all week.
Qtll VAN BRUNT ST.. BROOKLYN.?A SWEDISH
ULL girl as laundress.'
QOO WEST S8TH ST.-flBST CLASS WASHING
itLjO and Ironing done by Mrs. BURNS, at her own
house.
Q4 7 1ST AV., BETWBKN 20TH AND 21ST STS.,
iVt I two pairs of stairs In the back.r-A woman to do
washing at her own house.
Q - A WEST 37TH ST., TOP FLOOR. BACK ROOM.OOU
A rcspeetab:e woman wishes a few ladles'or
gentlemen's washing ; best city rcterence.
o-n EAST 9TH ST.. TOP FLOOR-A RESPECT
UU1U WUIiiUIl waina IUUIIIIVB nttOIUUK Ul "crown
house.
A fW WEST 29TIf ST -A RKSPEGTABLE, FIRST
TWO class colored woman desire* the washing of ttr?t
clow gentlemen and ladies or ramlllcs. Coil tor two
days on Mrs. KELSEY.
UnQ BAIT nfffsT., ROOM 19.-A PROTESTANT
T;l 'O widow woman wishes families or genilcmen'*
washing; tine washing and (luting dona ut reasonable
prices.
A ()*J EAST IHTIl ST.. ONE PLIGHT OK STAIRS,
TT^O hark room. ?A respectable woman, n competent
laundress, wishes some family washing; terms Irom $1
to SO cents.
A ()*J EAST 17TH ST., SECOND FLOOR ?A RE4^spectacle
woman to take washing home or go
out hy the day.
A {)Q EAST 17TM ST., SECOND FLOOR.?A RETT^O
speclahln woman, a competent laundress, wishes
a family s washing; satisfactory reference; terms 7S
cents to" I per dozen, including llutlug; gentlemen's
linen done In the neatest manner ,
/lQn EAST 1BTH ST.?A RESPECTABLE WOMAN
TtOU wishes to uke In washing at her own home;
understands tinting. Ac ; gom'. reference.
^'JO EAHT 1 ST II ST., ROOM 15? A (tESPECTABLE
t'JO widow woman wishes ladle*' and gentleman's
washing; references given.
4.41 WEST S2D ST.-A RESPECTABLE WOMAN TO
"i . do washing and Ironing at her own houM; reference
If required
A WEST 18TH ST.?FIRST CLASS WASHER
?nd ironer ; flutin* and oufllng n?*MftofcMSKK
HERALD, SUNDAY, SEPTI
BITUATWH8 WASTEII-FKMALKg.
UiBiidrouci. M.
A *D AT.-A KIRST CLA8S I.AUimRB<58. WHO
TuW ban lived In the t>e?t lain Ilies, to do lam.Ilea, or
ingle gentlemen's washing; unexceptionable reference;
good location; terms easy.
A fil 7TH A.V.. BETWEEN SVTH AND S8TH 6TS.-A
tOi respectable woman wishes a lew gentlemen's or
families' washing at 75 cent* per dozen: u a Ural claa*
Outer; beat city relerence.
rrvo WKfiT MTH ST.?A RESPECTABLE WIDOW
t)UU wishes washing at her own boiue; understands
French (liu.ng: best cltv reierencc.
CA7 EAST UTB IT.. THTBD FLOOR, BACK
?JU I room.?A respectable girl want* genili-m^n's or
families' washing and ironing, or would work out by liiu
day. it prelerred; best references. MARiiAUUT MuYLhS
CIO EAST 15TH ST.?A KKhPEOTABLE WOMAN
OltJ wishea ladles' or gentlemen's washing or would
go out by Uie day; city relerence U required.
ri r east icth st., room io.-i.awks' and okn.
) 1?J tlemen'i washing done at 76c. per do/.en; first
class reference. Miss SMITH.
CQQ SD AV., BETWEEN SBTH AND sgth 8ts.-AN
JOO experienced laundress to do washing and Ironing
at home- linena and tliiurioa done la superior style.
Call tor two day*.
Q|t 4 8TH AV.. BKTWKKN ?8TH AM) 49TH ~8T\^Ol/T
A first class laundress wUhes some ladies' and
gentlemen's washing; can do all kind* ol tluling and puffing.
King second belL
"i A oc 2d 1l\7-a rkspectablr woman to
l.TUU take In washine and Ironing at lier own
home or go out by the nay; beat re'ere nee.
French fluting on all kinds of materials
tor curtains and fnrnlture, by a new French system.
737 Broadway, opposite Astor place.
Nurars, ?Ste. '
1 r\A BWEN ST., BROOKLYN, E. D.-A YOUNQ
IUt French girl as nur-c.
1 K7~EA8T 331) ST.?A VOUNO 01RL TO MIND
-L?J I children where most of time la engnged in sewing;
very neat; operates on Wheeler * Wilson's machine.
1^1 WEST ?1ST ST. ?A WIDOW AS MONTHLY
1U1 nurse; has no oblectlon to an Invalid, or would
go as working housekeeper; beat recommendation. Apply
tor two days.
Ol Q 7TH AV.?AS NURSE AND SEAMSTRESS BY A
ZilO French lady, a short time in this country; good
reference.
f}A Q BAST 13TH ST., IN THE BASKMKNT.?A
^T~Zi middle aged Swlas woman, can sneak French
and English, to take earn ol one child about 3 years' old
and to be lady's maid; good seamstress; good reterence
, from laat place. Call lor two days or address Mum).
VAKUAS.
070 DELANCEY ST,?A YOUNG COUNTRY QIRL
Li to take care of children.
'-19? NEWARK AV., J ERSE Y CITY.?A RKSI'EO TA
> ?') ble American woman wishes to get a baby to
bring up by the bottle, or an older baby, where it will
be well taken care of. Call on or address, all the week,
NURSK.
QQA WEST 43D ST., NEAR 8TH AV.?A YOUNO
OOU Protestant Scotch woman as nurse and seamstress
or chambermaid and seamstress; good operator on
mvuI Wtlmin'i marliino- h*?nt ftlfv rnf>rann<*
Call for two days.
QCyl WEST 62D ST.?AN BLDBRLT LADY OF EXOtiTT
perience, speaking French, German find English.
as monthly nurse; best references. Call or address.
"WEST 29TH ST., TVTO STAIRS l!I?, HACK
tlUU room.?A lady will take child to nurse irom
bottle; a very desirable place, having no young children.
CI O WEST 27T11 ST.?A RESPECTABLE MARRIED
) I ?j woman will take a child to nnrse on a bottle; or
a growing child; it will have a mother's care.
C"1 A WEST 27TH ST.?A RESPECTABLE MARRIED
tJix woman wants a baby to nurse at her residence.
Second floor, rcaf building; a healthy locality.
1AOO ST. MARK'S AV. BROOKLYN.?A REpectable
colored 'girl, 15 years old, to take
care of children In a private family. Call on or addrc&s
L. DAWSON.
1AOO ST. MARK'S AV.. BROOKLYN.?A REspectable
married woman, aced 23, with ?
full breast of good milk, baby two months' old, would
give her baby up and go as wet nur?e. Call on or address,
for one week, Mrs. LIZZIE DAWSON.
LADY DESIRES TO FIND A GOOD SITUATION
lor her b?b\'s ntirso; an 1 nglisli person; thoroughly
competent both as children's nurse and litdy's maid;
best recommendations; if willing to travel and can
spenk French. Cull. Irom 1 to i, at Westminster Hotel,
Irving place and ICtli St., room 70.
WANTED?A SITUATION AS WF.T NUItSF, BY A
healthy woman recently landed. Apply at Castlo
Garden.
Waitresses, &c.
on e WEST ?nTH ST.. REAR.?A young woman
Oi" ?? Mm class waitress In n first class private lamilv:
is thoroughly competent and well recommended by
last employer. Call Monday.
Mtxrelln neons.
MPARK ST., NEWARK, N. J.-A YOUNO LADY
desires a position ot usefulness in a lamily going to
Europe. Address E. W. i
cr LIBEItTY ST.?AN EXPERIENCED LADY AS
?JO matron, housekeeper or companion lor an invalid;
testimonial given. Address W. H. BLACKWKL1*
6TII AV.?A YODNO LADY WHO RPKAK3
I U French and English and understand* dressmaking
In nil Its branches as lady's maid in an American family.
Address by letter.
1 ?0 WEST 33D ST., HOUSE NO. 4 DUNHAM'S
1'TiJ court.?A respectable colored woman to go out
by the day houseclcnning. Mrs YATES.
T1 n WAVERLBY PLACkT-AS SALESWOMAN, A
lit) short distance in the country preferred. Call on
or address Miss PICHAL.
9QC BOWERY.? AN EXPERIENCED LADY COPY<Ci-jO
its wishes writing at home; terms moderate.
Address E. A WARD.
QQO WEST 40TH ST., BETWEEN 8TH AND 9TH
000 avs.?A respectable woman to do housecleaning;
none but respectable parties need apply. Call on or address
H.
7i0~WEif 50T1I ST., NEAR~10TH AV., IN THE
1 store.?A neat. kind, respectable young French
?;!rl as lady's maid and to take care of one child. Call
or three days in the morning.
A LADY DESIRES TIIE POSITION OF VISiriNU
governess for children, or ladles whose early education
has been neglected; will tcach the English
branches and French. Address M. P., Llerald Uptown
Branch office.
QRADUATB LADY TEACHER (GERMAN) OP
great ability, desires to make an engagement either
as private teacher visiting or resident governess or as
ladv's companion; she teaches piano, singing, langnage*
and all the elementary branches; has the highest references;
no objection to travelling. Address E. II.. box
180 Herald office.
AN EXPERIENCED LADY AS MATRON, HOUSEkeeper
or companion tor an invalid; no obiection
to go out of the city. Address, for two days, E. M? Herald
Uptown Branch office.
A YOUNO WIDOW DESIRES TO MEET A PERSON
willing to establish a respectable, first elans house
tor gentlemen; willing to work to secure a home. Address
WORK. Herald office.
An intelligent. capable woman, aged
forty, wishes some employment, where conscientious
attention to her business will be appreciated; would llko
a position a* companion to an Invalid, to wait upon
grown children, or to tako thesuperintendence of Rone
public building*. Address WATCHFUL, box 64 station D.
arroATioS wantki>-as companion? or axy
O position not menial, by an educated Parisian ludv,
conversant with French, Italian nnd English: city reference.
Address box 42 Herald I'ptown Branch office.
TO EXHIBITORS OK AMERICAN INSTITUTE FAIR,
lSTJ.?A vming lady, of several seasons' experience,
desires an encasement during the coming fair; best referencea.
Address FAIR, box 179 Herald uptown Branch
office.
WANTED?EMPLOYMENT BY A YOUNQ LADY AS
>? copyist Address, tor two days, f. D., Herald Uptown
Branch oflicc.
Intelligence Offleei.
A NUMBER Or OERMAN SERVANTS, CAPABLE
and trustworthy, constantly on hand at 247 Third
avenue, near Twentieth street. Mrs. HOLSTEIN.
PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED?
FEMALES.
A~OERMAN NURSERV OOTERNESB DESIRES A
position to take entire charge of one or two children
: can also give instruction on the piano; beat city
references. Address L. WILL, 203 West 43d st
A~~N EXPERIENCED TEACHER DB81RE8 A 8ITCAtion
as resident or visiting governess, In a school
or private family: she teaches all the English branches,
French, embroidery and fancy work; also the art of
making wax flowers; llrst class references. Address E.
H., Herald office.
A PARISIAN LADY, SUPERIOR TEACHER, HAVlng
references from the b?st schools, where she
teaches French, German and Italian, desires to find
Hoard in excnnnite lor instruction. Apply aiternoons at
No. 9 West 29th st y
LA1>Y TEACHER OF EXPT-'RIETNCE WISHES TO
obtain Board Id a private family lltlnir near Harlem
Brid?e. where Infraction In music awl Werman anJ
Kntrlixh branches woolfl be accepted in part payment.
Address INSTRUCTRESS, Herald office.
A LADY, EXPKR1BNCKD IN TEACHING, DESIRES
a lew more pupil* on the piano: terms very moderate;
practice If desired. 138 West Twenty-fiith street
ATOITNQ LADY OF REFINEMENT DESIRES A
position as companion and roader to an Invalid
lady; Is a good correspondent: highest references (riven
and required. Address a. M., care H. V. A 11. W. 1'oor,
68 Broadway.
A LADY * INSTRUCTS, AT HER RESIDENCE OR
the pupil's, with great success, in all the Knglish
branches. French, Ac. ; has simple methods for ladles of
neiclected "ducatlon; grammar a specialty; best retercnccs.
Address or call on ThAClIBK, 139 West 20th st,
lift ween 6tli and 7th a vs.
A middle-aged ladt, an expbrienckd
teacher of Knglish, French and music, wishes a po
smon MKOvemw; country preierreu; -niury no onjcci;
best references. a Id rem 169 Went loth ?t
All solid amd ornamrntal brancabb or a
polished education taught married, voung ladies,
children, sleepy mlnda awakened to earnest workr
method delightful; first clam. Address boaton LADY
OKADI'ATK, Herald I'ptown Branch <>m< c.
A FIRST CLASS IM'SINKSS irOt'SK WII.L PAY $;)
per week, with advancement a* merited, to a superior
ladr, well educated, neat penman, <|utck rihI accurate
at ligurem lor office work. Add rem box 3,830 Post
office.
TO artists.?a respectable YOUNO LADY, OK
good form, wishes to make engagement* with one or
two artist*, as model. Artlsti. on j first clant, need apply.
Address conflDKNTIaL, Hejalfl t'ptown Branch office.
TXT AMTR D?K NO AUK M ENT WITH A PRIVATE
" family ?s visiting or resident teacher ot Rnuilsli
branches and muilc; younf children preferred. Address
A. M., care of W. A. Rowland, box Mi Mew York Post
office.
WANTRD-BY A~YOUNU LADY. ^POSITION AS
V Contralto in a Piotestant church, Rrooklyo. Addram
CONTRALTO. Brooklyn Port offlca. ,
SMBER 14, 1873.?QUADBIT
HKLP WAVTKIJ-KEJlAIiKS.
T. STEWART A CO. WANT
SO first elan CLOAK MAKERS;
ArW claw BUTTON HOLE MAKERS;
first Claw OPERATORS for
It kinds of work ou Wheeler A Wilson's machines, ran
by uower.
Steady employment and liberal pay will b? gtTcii to
experienced hands. Apply at Ninth ciruet entrance,
liroadway and 10th st.
ALL MY OPERATORS WILL IIAVK THEIR
work delivered at their homes and taken away
when finisued. iree of expense; conHtan' work guarantied
in writing, it von ?i*h, at the ioliowiuir prices:?
small shirts, I- 25; larjre sue. $4 <limn>c. Irom S1 to
St. M: n Kht dri-sse* from $4 to $15. The el v? rv of
wo k*nd taking it ???y are worth to any Ia1y p-iyin,' tor
a machine $10. We sell new nrut class ma-innes only.
HUNT'S Sewuiff Marbiue Attency, 115 4th uv., corner
oi 1-th St., and 5.> i.ri-enpoiin av., ilieenpoint.
A CHANCK TO I.KARN TKLR i It A PIIV.-V B N.
demand lor operators; lui'ion JJO. I'HOMPsu.vS College,
No. M <th av., opposite Cooper Institute.
A YOUNG LADY WANTED?EX I'E 1!I .NCED IN THE
kid ulove trade, lor retail department; must have
food business reierenoe ; wages $10. Address ULOVEK,
lerald otlice
\lady, capable op creating a rkfinrd
and coinfortabl- hoiue, i* about taking a coney
I house and wishea a party ol gentlemen to join her who
I desire comfort and are willing to pay lairlv lor It: references
exchanged. Addr-ss >1. 11.. box l<>9 Herald ottloe.
A YOUNG WIOHWKK WANTS TO KIND A liOOD
governess tor bis daug'iter, 5 years old; u North
German widow preferred; tiie applleant must be * lady
by birth and culture, well educated and in phases i?n ot I
the best references Address AiiLlNUiUN, box llU
Herald office.
Any lady can earn prom (is to $28 a week
by a new and respectable business; no peddling.
Apply atWest 16th at, alter 10 In the morning.
A ?SALESLADIES WANTED IN THE VARIOUS DB.
partment?; must speak I'.ng tsb and-German fluently.
EDWARD KIDLhY A SUN, corner of Alien and
( rand sts., New York.
A^m ?WANTKD. 100 XILUNBBS TO MARK VELVET
. hats; highest prices paid. Apply ut 5:?l Broadway,
corner Spring it. A. ALDEN A CO.
A?MILLINKRY-MILLINERS WANTED. APPLY ON
. second floor, at KDWARD RIDLEY A SON'S, 309
Grand su, New York.
A?HAT AND BONNET TRIMMERS WANTED. AP.
ply on second floor, at KDWARD RIDLEY A SON'S,
Grand and Allen sta., New York.
A?WORK GIVEN OUT TO PAY FOR FIRST CLASS
new sewing machines by instalments; special Inducements
this week; the oldest and most reliable concern
In thia business. I). F. POND A CO.,
? Astor jtlace and 142 East *th ?t., near Broadway.
A NUMBER OF EXPKRI10NCED HANDS WANTED?
to make comfortables. Apply at 20th st entrance.
LORD A TAYLOR.
A-WANTBD-DKKfi?SMAKER? TO OPERATE ON
Domestic and Wheeler a Wilson machines.
Steuin power.
Apply at
H. B. CLAPLIN A CO.'S Workroom*,
i'2 Leonard at
A -wanted, 80 first claps, experienced
plaiting hands, on Willco* A Glhh*1 machine; work
taken home it prelerred Apply at 97 Prince at
' E. HD890W.
A HUNDRED FIRST CLASH FINISHERS WANTED
on ladies' suits and cloak;. Apply to D. B. BABCOCK
1 CO.. 167 Church *t
A HUNDRED CLOAK HANDS WANTED?EXPERI noed
hands. Apply Immediately.
8. A W. K. OOllWlN, 194 Church ?t
A?WANTED, CLOAK AND SUIT MAKERS', NONE
butfirst cluss need apply.
OPPKNHK1M BROS. A RAIINER, 4C1 Broomo st_
Dressing robks.-expkrienckd hanks to
make men's dressing robes and iuckots. No worn
given out. HITCHCOCK. NI-.WELL & < o.,l!71 Cunul st.
Envelope oummkr wantkd-permanknt situation
to an experienced luiud; good wages.
K. II. IKl.SKlN.-iiN A Co., 71 .Mnmtreet
TilXPERIKNCED operators on willcox a
j j uidus- ma nines lor linen aim laco trimmed
collars Mini cuffs; also nmnll girls lor lilnuing.
HOLLINUnWORTH A LEEDS, M4 hroadway.
JjUFTY DRESSMAKERS WANTED-ON PIECE WORK.
The best prices to first class hands.
ADply at Twentieth street entrance.
LORD A TAYLOR.
First class milliners wanted immediately.
C. M. U1.NEY.3U hast Utli St.
German woman wanted?to take care of
house In the country and make herself generally
useful. Address, with particulars, country, box 128
Herald office.
Ladies can earn $10 a day, by devoting
three hours' time. Cull at 2(J6 West 38d st.
Mrs. DUNCAN.
MILLINERY.-WANTED, A FIRST CLASS TRIMMER,
who Is used to first class work only ; want's no object
with a good linud. 6S West 14th st.
OPERATORS ON DOMESTIC MACHINE; THOSE ACcustomed
to tailoring and dressmaking; also finishers.
At AS1IKIU ARONSON'S, X64 (!anal st.
OPERATORS WANTED?ON EMBROIDERY MA.
c hi lien. Apply to D.*B. BABCOCK A CO., 167 Church
street.
OPERATORS WANTED?ON OROVKR A BAKER'S
machines; also good cloak finishers.
R. HAYWARD, S22 Canal St.
Scarps.?experjknced hands to make men's
scarf's. No work given out Apply at ouco to HITCHCOCK,
NEWELL A CO.. 271 Canal st
Two first class waitresses.?apply early
Mbnday evening at G2 Cedar st.
WANTED?A-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
TT iB3 West 36th st.
WANTRD?A FIRST CLASS MILLINER. APPLY ON
Monday, between 1U and 12 A. M., at 507 Broadway.
\*/AHTBU?TWU UUUI) MILI.INKKS AND TRIMW
liters, ut M. i llAKK'S, 2,239 3d ?V. Also two apprentices.
WANTED?OPERATORS FOR WILLCOX 4 GIBBS'
tewing machine ; those accustomed to plaiting.
O'NEILL'S, 527 6th a v.
TtTANTBD?FIRST CLASS EMBKOIDKRER ON SILK,
VV at Madame FANNY'S, 86S liruadway. Apply for a.
week. No work given out
WANTED?A OIRL. 12 VKARS OLD, TO WAIT ON
tabic and make herself u*etul. Apply Monday, with
city references, at No. l'SO East 38th st
WANTED-BY A FIRST CLASS MEAT AND PASTRY
cook and expert carver, situation in a hotel. Address
L. P. O., box 221 Herald ofHce.
WANTED?A GOOD MILLINER AND TWO APPRENtires,
for first class city business. Apuly at 242
East Mth street
WANTEl>?A PROTESTANT OIRL TO DO GENERAL
housework; must be fnlly capable and a good
washer and Ironer, and have good city references. Apply
to-morrow, between 11 and 1 o'clock, at U West Mth si
WANTED?A WILLCOX A GIBBS OPERATOR ON
sott silk Windsor tie*. Apply at gentlemen's tarnishing
department. ARNOLD, CONSTABLE * CO.,
Broadway and I9th st
"tirANTED?100 FIRST CLAS8 MILLINERS. STEADY
Yt work and highest prices. SOLOMON MAY A CO.,
?3S Broadway. UiCrusby st
"IV'ANTKD?A WOMAN WELL RECOMMENDED A8
Vt plain cook, good washer and ironer in a private
fntni'y: 1 "cation !>th st, near 5th aT. Apply at 3J Broadway,
ruom between 12 and 3 o'clock P. M.
llfANTED?A COMPETENT COOK AND TO ASSIST
>> in the washing, to to a short distance in the country.
Apply, with references, between K> and li, on Mon(!iy,
at 171 tfest 12th st
wif a vTun-r.A ninpurnivn vvdv upvtcut
W t>u?ine*a. by which they can respectably make $S
to 17 per day taking order* for dedrabie Uttle article.
Call at 016 Broadway, office 1, op ntairi.
WANTED-A RESPECTABLE PROTBSTANT GIRl,
for general housework in a small private family;
mud furnl*b satisfactory reference*. Apply at 340 Bloomfleld
*t. Hobokcn. N. J.
Wanted?a smart active woman to do
the entire general housework of a small family;
mu?t be a rood cook, washer and Irooer; good city reierences
required. Apply at 174 Wot 10th ?t
Wanted-a competent woman, who cnderstand*
manufacturing ladle*' neck wear, both In
lace and allk. Addre** FRANCE, box 160 Herald office.
Wantbd-twentt good hands, on silk embroidery;
steady work: good opportunity for ladle*
with leUure time, 1U7 Summit it, South Brooklyn. Take
Court *t car* to Klrat place.
WANTED?HAND SEWERS 05 KINE LACE OOODS,
Ac.; alio operator* on Wiilcox A Olbbs' machine*
for plaiting; none but experienced bands need apply; no
work given out P. LOK8KK * CU.
STO and 291 Pulton at, Brooklyn.
"IITANTED?A MILLINER, ONE 1 HAT CAN TRIM
Yy and get up atvlei and bring the best rlty reference*:
to one that aulta a liberal **lary will be given. Apply at
13 Bast 17th it
W A.NTED-PIRST CLASS OPERATORS ON WILCOX
A Olbbs machine*, lor lacu Work, plaiting*, Ac.
Applv at MORR1BON, UEKKIM AN A CO.S, 667 and 669
Broail way.
WANTKD-A PrKST CLASS O I'KRATOR ON TUB
Domestic Sewing niacin no: also an errand girl.
1,108 Broadway.
fir-ANTED?GIRLSTO WORK ON WILLCOX A GIBBS'
T? newing machine, to make ladles' neckties; also girls
who understand (ringing ladies' ties. Apply at d68
Broadway, room t7.
WANTRD?KXl'KRIKNOED HANDS ON CLOAKS;
guod nands can make from $12 to $2n per week.
INDHBTRUCTIBLB RlrFFLK CO.,
_ _ 254 and 266 Canal ?t
WANTED?K XPERT OPERATORS ON LOCKSTITCH
machines tor ladles' undergarments; also a few
hands lor intuntV fine garment*; to good hands liberal
pay and steady work. ?? Lispenard st, third floor.
WANTED-A FIRST CLASH M1LLINRR, A SHORT
distance ttom tha city; best salary paid. Inquire
at WOLK A BROTHER'S, s?6 Broadway,' between 9 and
11 A. M.
1VANTF.D-KXPERIENCED HANDS TO WORK ON
?? wrappers, misses' suits and socqucs. Apply at workroom
entrunce, 19th st do?r.
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE A CO.,
Broadway and l^th st
WANTBP?TWO IRISH CURLS; ONE AH A COOK;
the other as a chamhcrinaid, at 11 7Ui st. In the
saloon. Good wage a
WANTED?A SWISS GIRL TO DO TUB WASH I NO
and Ironing and as; In at the ireneral housework la
orlvat* lainUv. Call at Mo. KM B nun I wan.
PLE SHEET.
??? 1 HELP
WARTED-rEMALEI.
WANTED-A YOUNG LADY, TO ATTEND IN A
Udiea' and gentieinan'a dining room.
J. I). ulLMORE a co., 2G5(Jr*?nwiah !_
WANTKD-TWENTY FIKST CLASS DRESSMAKERS
and one preaser ou ladle*' tuits.
DOYLE A AUOl.l'HI. 367 (Irand
WANTKD?A FIRST OLABS MtLLINBK. INgl'IKK
At Mine. LU'MAV* millinery ?t>re, 413 ttli it.
Lr. EAST 9T1I ST.-FIRST CLASS MILLINERS
J wanted; no othera need apply; ilw an errand boy.
situations wAnran-juuMk
A MAN WANTS WORK AT AN YTH1 NO?AT MODerate
wages. Addrusa J. M. B., Lux Herald
office.
A FIRST CLASS HOTEL COOK, NOW RBTURNED
from a inimmcr hotel, wishes to obtain a situation In
a firstclaas hotel or ciub ns head cook; can lake (till
charge o the kitchen. Address, tor two days, box 2J0
Hi*rn"il
A GRADl'ATR OF WFPT POINT AND AS OKKICKK
ot 30 years' experience and In good standing in the
Army, desires riiterinar civil Ine ; bom testimonials given.
Kur olTers of employment address, lor one week, WEST
POINT, lieraid Uptown Branch office.
AfiF.NTLKMAN HAVING BBBN IN TIIK RETAIL
dry goods husiiic-s on Broadway for 30 yearn,
acquainted wl h the host tumilies, and can command u
Kood trade, wishes n situation that will compensate him
lor 111* M l Vires. Address B. O, box 193 Herald office.
A MAN. WHO THOROUGHLY (TVDRR8TAND8 THK
compounding o' wines and liquors, wishes a position
in a fir*; clans house 12 years' experience. Address
QUALIFIKD, lieraid Uptown Branch office.
A RESPECTABLE MAN AND WIFE AS HOUSEA
keepers; have five years' reference. Call at 242
East 41st Ht; have no family.
A SMART, INTELLIGENT YOUNG MAN DESIRES
* situation to travel with a gentleman; good
city and torolgn references. Call at or address No. SO
5th ., Now York.
AN HONEST, INTELLIGENT LAD OK 16. RESIDING
with his parent.*, willing and not afraid of work,
wishes u .situation In somo wholesale House; writes a
lair hand; quick and correct at figures; can lurnlsh good
reference. Address R. J. A., 7fU8th av.
A YOUNG MAN OK FOUR YEARS' EXPERIENCE
as advertising agent lor travelling people wishes a.
situation lo travel or a light baslness in tho city. Address
K. F. F., Herald Uptown Branch office.
COLORED WAITER (FIRST CLASS, BEST REFERences)
wauts a situation In a first class family or
hotel. Inquire for JOSEPH for three days at Titus', 247
Thompson st, Washington Parade dround.
SITUATION WANTED.?A YOUTH OF 15, WHO LIVES
with his parents; Is vcrv active and not afraid to
work; wishes to learn u good trade. Address C. M.,
box 230 Herald office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A COMPETENT FRENOII
waller, in a private lanilly; good city reference*.
Address LEWIS, lleraid Uptown Branch office, 4,28*
Broadway.
SITUATION WANTED?BY A YOUNG FRENCHMAN,
t > In city or country, to make himself useml; he is will!
lug and obliging. Address HENRY OUVRAY, In Red
Bunk, Moumoutn county, N. J.
SITUATION WANTED?BY A BOY OF 17; WRITES A
O plain hand and is quick at figures; resides with his
parents; b?st reference. Address A., box 102 Herald office.
"WrAITER (COLORED) WISHES A SITUATION IN A
"? private family or boarding house; Is not afraid of
work; reference from last employer. Address JOttN,
box 102 Herald Uptown Branch office.
WANTED?A SITUATION AS BARKEEPER, BY A
party Just from the South, who thoroughly nnderstands
the haslness; It salted will huy an interest; unexceptionable
reference given und required. Address
BUSINESS, Herald office.
WANTED-BY A SCOTCHMAN (MARRIED), A 8ITUatlon
as farmer; thoroughly understands farming
In all Its branches and the proper care and treatment of
young stock. Address.). S., box ItiX Herald office.
WAITER?BY A RESPECTABLE COLORED YOUNO
man In a private family; best reference. Address
WILLIAM GILLMOK, .iftl WeslIJSth St.
WAITER?ENGLISH, IN A PRIVATE FAMILY;
first class testimonials. Address W. F., Herald Uptown
Branch office.
BONUS CASH TO ANY RESPONSIBLE PARTY
?P?JU who will assist me In procuring a slluation in
Post Office, Custom House or under city government; I
liave the highest testimonials. 1'icuse address O. W. A.,
Herald office.
CLERKS AND SAI-MSMEV.
A(;ool> PENMAN DESIRES EVENING WKrTING
of any kind, at homo or lu an office. Address G. II.,
box 211 Herald office.
A PRACTICAL DOUBLE ENTRY BOOKKEEPER
can IIml temporary employment by addressing Immediately
MERCHANT, box All herald otllcc.
A MAN ACQUAINTED WITH THB CLOTIIINO AND
.merchant tailoring trade throughout the entire
West will make a change January 1 next; Hularv or
commission; salary ; salus guaranteed. Address
G. H., Chicauo (111.) Post office.
Accounts, right languages, arrears written
up, balancing old single entry accounts by double
entry, books opened, examined or kept by contract;
translations. J AMES COX, 51 Now St.
UOOKKEEPKR WANTED?ONE ACQUAINTED WITH
the wholesale liquor business unci competent to inliuence
first class .trade; none others ntod unplr. Address,
stating reiereiices ana salary, box 5,ir?rt I'ost office.
/ 1APARLE, ENERGETIC AGENTS WANTED?BOTH
\J for town and country work; nono fcut men of ablltty
and those who can bo well rounded lor need applv. ('nil,
between 10 and 13 A. M., at 38 Maiden lane, until tt'ednesday
next
CTOPYINO.-A YOUNO MAN WOULD LIKE COPY)
I lip In the evenings. Addims box 2,865 I'ost office.
I |HNTI8T8, NrfiAKIi\? ENGLISH. AH A8SI.STA.VT8,
JJ wanted ? Kor our offices hero anil In Europe; also
yount; men, fairly educutcd. inclined to learn dentistry
tMnrouKhly. PRETEItRE BROTHERS, 159 Bowery.
J^RUO CLERK WANTED AT 1,273 BROADWAY.
DRUGCLRRK WANTED.-A WELL REOOMMKNDRD,
competent and experienced German, will tlnd a permanent
Mtnation at CHARLES CL'.NZ'S Pharmacy, 861
6tli av., corner 4rtth st.
DRUG CLERK WANTED?CORNEK BL.EECKER AND
Wooster ats.; must be thoroughly competent aud
able to k'vo Koo>l reterencea.
Experienced entrv clerk wantkd-is' a
wholesale dry irnods bouse. Address, with refer*
dices, box 229 Herald olllce.
Evening employment wanted?by a gentle.
man, a?od 2'i, disengaged alter 5 P. M.; is a good
salesman and copyist: At references and security can be
given. Address ALI'HA, Herald office.
IpCRNITURE SALESMAN WANTED?ONE WELL
1 posted in city trade and willing to work. Apply at
443 3d av., between 3Uth and 31st sts.
IjlURNITURE SALESMAN WANTED-WIIO HAS A
' long experience in the fine retail rurnituro trade of
this city; none other need apply.
GEO. PL INT k OO., 39fi Hudson st.
/GERMAN-ENGLISH DRUGGIST, HAVINQ SEVERAL
vj nay* id me wee a iree vet, wisnes 10 nil tnc ume.
Gentlemen wishing outhelpcrs please address A. T., 1.32M
3d ar., first door.
IS THER8 any HOUSE IM THIS CITY THAT
want* a roan an salesman in the More (wholesale
grocery, ten; tea, Irutt or wood and willow
ware house preferred), or to take charge
of a retail business (tea preierred, understand*
it well), or In a manufactory or some kind where a man
1* worth $25 or $30 a week, or on a salary by the year?
Have been in business lor myself eight years; satisfactory
reference given. Address READY, Herald Uptown
Branch office.
LIBERAL inducements offered TO f.xpe
rlcnced sample salesmen; also agents for interior
cities, for a machine that will recommend itself. U1
Liberty ?L, room ?.
Retail dry goods.?wanted, to go south,
an experienced dress goods salesman. Apply to
JOHN QILOAN. Sweeny'* Hotel, at 8 A. M., or 7 P. m.
Salesman wanted?who thoroughly undemand*
ladle*' necktie trade, Jobbing and retail.
Address, by letter, giving reference and experience,
COLEMAN, box 160 Herala office.
Salesman wanted-crockkry and glassware;
one 'With an established near by trade. Addrect,
giving particulars, A. B. C., box 144 Herald office.
Situation wantrd-by a thoroughly reliable
and trustworthy man in any capacity. Address
J. L. box 100 Herald office.
Situation wanted-ah clerk in a first
class hotel, this city or elsowhere; manv years' experience.
Address HOTEL, Herald Uptown Branch
office.
TO SEWING MACHINE COMPANIES.?THE ADVKRtiser,
with experience anu (juallfled to act as agent
or manager, I* open to an engagement for bookkeeper;
first class reference*. Address 1'., box Vfl Herald office.
WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED PROFESSOR OF
Natural Philosophy and Chemistry. Answer by
letter, stating terms lor Ave hours a week, and giving
references, St. Lotus College, 28 West 43d st
flf ANTED?AN EXPERIENCED SALESMAN FOR
onr carpet and oilcloth department ROl'SE,
BKLL A CO., k288 Columbia ?t, coruer Summit, South
Brooklyn.
WANTED-BY A YOU NO MAN, A POSITION AS
bookkeeper or In any capacity where trust and
Integrity are required; besfcity reference*; salary not
no much looked for aa a permanent position. Address
gi'AiJFICATIoN, II. raid Uptown Urntich office.
WANTED?for WESTERN NEW YORK, AN Experienced
Irish dry good* salesman of good habits;
one accustomed to dress windows preferred; situation
permanent and pleasant Apply, on Monday, from 10
A. M. to 6 P. ?!.. at 91 Urand sf., near Oreene, hat store.
TITANTED?A FKW FIRST CLASS MEN TO SELL
t V woods to hotels and restanranu.
miuelow manukaciuki.no company,
137 William St.
WANTED?A SMART SALESMAN, THOROUGHLY
posted in all the departmenta of a general dry
goods store; none need apply except those having the
above qualifications; good reference wanted. Apply at
.121 1st ay.
Wanted?a competent assistant bookkeeper;
good references required. Address with
particulars, stating salary expected, box 19# Herald
office.
\VrANTED-A WILLING ACTIVE YOUNG MAN, WHO
V has had some experience in the for business. Apply
Monday and Tuesday, before 10 o'clock, at U. B. CLAFTIN
A CO-, workroom*, 43 Leonard st
\\r ANTED?A FIRST CLASS SALESMAN BY A VAR"
nish manufacturing house: a liberal salary will na
bald to the right party. Address, with particulars, box
199 llerald office.
WANTED-A HALE MAN, roR A Kin OhoVK
house, to travel partly on commJsMon and saiarj.
state terms and ra/eraaca. A4dr.?s Kin <?U>Vb.. box IUS
Ueralil offio*.
18
CLKRK8 Aim gALBIMBf.
WANTED?BY A WINK BITTKBH AND Whl^KKT
bouae. * city salesman, ou commission. Aildrea
ALEXANDER, Herald offlee.
WANTED?A YOUNO WAN, FROM 18 TO 21 YEARS
old. a* outdoor salesman is a wholesale trimmiDf
business. Address H. B?, box 199 Herald office.
\VrANTF.D-AK EXPERfKNOKD SALESMAN FOR
TT MTininery and toilet ioap ; applicant muit be well
acquainted wlili city purchasers and accuitomed to
travel with tamp lea. Address PKKi'L'MER, oox 212 Herald
offen.
WANTED?A SOL1CITI.NO SALESMAN; ONE CNderstauding
the blank hook nnd stationery buslnew
preferred. Address H. B., box 120 Herald officii.
WANTED?A THOROUGHLY COMPETENT BOOKkeeper
aocutoined to the export provision trad*,
letter, in the hand writing of applleiint. to be addrcased
box 3,378 Pout oilier, with reference*.
VY derstaud their business, ut O. I/. C.VRKlCK's 19
New irk av. and IU Montgomery it., Jersey
"WTANTED?A YOUNG MAN, COMPETENT TO ENTBB
' ? noods an I keep boo&s by double entry ; must bo ?
rapiil writei ntid correct at figures; sularv moderate.
Address, stating salary expected mid reference, J. O H.,
Herald office.
W ANTED?AN AOTIVB, NB8T CLASS ALBSMAJf
to sell plated warn mul fancy k'oods; n tie other
need apply. Add rest AOTIVl'l V, box 1-3 Herald otHce.
TTTANTED-A DOUBLE ENTRY MOOKKEEl'EB:
TT state salary expected, with particular*. Ad Ires*.
lor three days, J. C. K., Herat.t ufltco.
COACHMEN AM> OARDKNKftii
A SITUATION WANTED?AS COACHMAN, ilY A.
competent man ; is a .'colonman would lii.e a ; lace
where ha coald remain; 20year#' reierence. Call on or
address J, i;., .'id 4th uv.
A OOAOHMAITS SITUATION WANTK.t-lty AMABJ\
riod man, one In family; no objection to tin- country;
seven years' best reference Ironi la?t pluce. Address A
i;.. No. uti Wert ?ti> st.
AS COACHMAN AM) GBOOM. IN A PEITATB
family, by a single man. English; tboruuzblv understand"
his business. Call on or address 1'. 1*., 1W West %
60th ?t., private stable.
AIIAItRIKIl MAN WISHES A SfWATION AS
coachman or trrootn; Has 10 years' reference; 1*
honest, sober and industrious. Address JOHN 1'LKMXNO,
418 West 29th St.
Aeirst class hardener wants a situatlon;
city rcferenocs. Address TOM BERTIIOLK,
box 128 Astoria, l. I.
A YOUNG MAN, 21 YEARS OP AGE, DESIRES A
situation as coachman and groom or useful man in
New York or Brooklm; best olty rcfercncc will be K'von.
Address OOAUI1MAN, box 107 Hernia ofllee.
A YOUNG MAN WISHES A SITUATION AS FIRST
class coachman; has the best of city references. Apply
on Monday at harnen makers', No. 22 East 13.Ii st..
A COACHMAN WANTED.?ONK THOROUQLLT
compelent and temperate; mint be willims ami
obliging: only those huviiu' first clans city reference need
apply, ('-all at !W East fiOth at., Monday morning, between
7 and 10 o'clock.
A GENTLEMAN GOING TO EUROPE WIKflES TO
procure a situation for hit coaciiman, one be can
highly recommend; ProteHtant (married) man. with
small family. Call on or address E. 11., No. 50 4th av.
A young englishman seeks a situation as
coachman, stud groom or colt breaker; can be
highly recommended as to capability and integrity. Address
WILSON, Herald office.
GARDENER'S SITUATION WANTED?BY A SINGLE
middle aged man, speaking French, German and
English; ban a thorough knowledge of plants, grapes,
fruits and vegetables; good city reference. Call on or
address K. G. GARDENER, llndguman's need store, 878
Broadway.
GARDENER-BY AN KNGMSIIMAN, SINGLE; IIA8
a thorough practical experience In the management
of vineries, forcing, dower and kitchen garden,
stove and greenhouse plants Ac.; good references. Address
II. II., 67 Nassau st. New York.
TO FIRST CLASS FAMILIES.?WANTED, BY A MAN
and wife, situations, man hi coachman; wife a* first
class French nii.il English cook; best references. Address
F. J., 3A7 Hudson St., New York.
WANTKD?A SITUATION- FOR MY OOLORKD
coachman, who has lived with ine for 21 years; hit
is -10years old, unmarried ami reliable, and can he seen
at my house any time this week after Monday. 12'j East
141 h mt
WANTED?A SITUATION BY A FIRST PI,ASS
coachman (colored); thoroughly understands lit*
duties; good reference Urom taut employer. AiliiressB.
D., 1*B West S3d st.
WANTED?A FRENCH, SWISS OR (iERMAN OARdener.
Apnly to W. P. Ill l>() hi, Y. llackcusack
road and Bull's Kerry avenue, Weehawken. N. J.
_ HELP WANTED?MALES. ~~
A CHANCE T(T LEARN 'TELKGRAFHY.?MEN,
women, boys and girls learn and take positions;
demand Cor operator*; tuition $20. THOMPSON'S Collego.
i!0 4th nv., opposite Cooper Institute.
At the national school of telegraphy, isa
8th nt., near Broadway.?1'onltions as soon as qualified;
the only school where telegraphy Is taught practically
and uiadc a specialty.
Agents for the best selling novelties iw
the market; three new articles: $5 per day easily
made; call and see. 599 Broadway, room M.
A FIRST CLASS OPPORTUNITY FOR A CAPABLR
and influential inan to sell stock of an incorporated
company, already in successful operation; a large commission
can be made. Address Q. C. L., Herald oltlcc.
Agents wanted?in ever* city, town and
county in the United States to obtain subscriber!!
for onr great national photographic picture of the Presidents
or the United States, 1774 to 1874; without exception
the very best thing out Our agents are making trorn
*5 to $?> per day. There Is no necessity of men with address.
energy and capacity being out of employment.
Call and see it and you will cominly take hold of'It.
l. A. FIN LAY A CO., Publishers, 10 Cedar st.
Agents wanted.?new article this day;7
others inst out; canvassers make $100 weekly: no
company pavs larger commission; samples*by mall 2ft
cents. AMERICAN NOVELTY CO., SB Broadway.
A?CASH BOYS WANTED.?APPLY ON SECOND
. floor. EDWARD RIDLEY A SON',
309 (irund st, New York.
A boy wanted?in an importing hoc8e. ADdress
L V. G., box 204 Herald office.
Any good party who can loan employer
$6,010 (real estate security) can have permanent situation,
hoard in hotel and good salary by addressing
SITUATION, box 127 Herald offlce.
BOY WANTED?WILLING TO MAKE HIMSELF OEJforally
useful; salary 93 per week. Address box 0.M4
Post office.
Boy wanted-in real estate office. address,
In own handwriting, A. L., box 4,Si3 Post
office.
OOY WANTED-IN A NOTE BROKER'S OFFICE:
1J good references; salary S100. Address A. C., box 17S
Herald office.
Boy wanted?an intelligent boy in k
moulding depot; only those whose parents are wilting
to give security lor honesty need address GEORQK
STOCKTON, station F.
Men out of employment will find plenty
of work and good pay by applying to the IIOWB
MACHINE COMPANY, offlco 63 Montgomery street, Jersey
City. .
THE CONTINENTAii COLLECTION COMPANY, 409
Broadway, want ten gontlemen of good business
qualifications and address; security required.
WANTED?IN A LAWYER's OFFICE, A BOY WHO
VV writes a good hand and Is willing to work. Address
Y., box IOh Herald office.
WANTED-A 8TKADY, HONEST CAPTAIN FOB
North River hay barge; one who understands the
hay business preferred; situation permanent to the right
man; must have ?ome knowledge of ship carpentering.
Call at 213 Front street,
TIT ANTED?ENERGETIC CANVASSERS, MALE OB
?T female, to examine a new, useful and baying article;
large commissions: business legitimate; agents
can make money lust. 730 Broadway, up one flight,
front room,
Wanted-a competent french cook fob
private table. OaM immediately at 138 5th av.
Wanted?office holders' to take AGENCY
for selling coal at retail. Apply to B. C. KURTZ A
CO., No. 80 Wall st.
WANTED-A BOY TO WORK IN AN OFFICE A.
lithographic press and to make himself generally
uwim. Appij UT leiwt, swung ago, saiary required, ?c.,
C. M., box 4,942 Poit office.
WANTED-A 8TKADY MAN WITH A FEW HUNDRED
doll?r?, to take an interest Id a light cash business;
good security. Address B? box 137 Herald office.
WANTED?V MEN TO 00 TO HOCTH AMERICA TO
work placer mines that pay *50 per day to the
man; each man mum have $300 for his outfit. AddIt
from lu A. M. to 2 1'. M. at No. 1 Rleecker st.
WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED PORTER IN A
wholesale dry goods house. Apply, with references
on Monday, between 12 and 1 o'clock, at No. 56 Keade st.
WANTED?AN AOENT IN ETERV LARGE TOW!*
and city for Potts' Fruit and Spice Extracts; warranted
the best ever put on the market; also French
Cognac, Oils and Llnoor Flavoring*; commissions llb ral.
Address FRANCIS POTTS, SO Broad st, Nsw Tork.
WANTED?A OOOD BAR TENDER; ALSO A NICK
bov. Apply at MARTIN'S WINE HOUSE, 1?
Qreenmieh ay.
WANTED?A CANVASSER, WHO UAH IIAD Experience
la soliciting tor insurance companies
newspapers or directories; none but those bavins a girtKl
business address, combined with first cla?s qualifications,
need apply. Call at No. '3 Park row, room 8, with wrt?ten
application, giving name and residence, Willi reierencos.
WANTED?A TO UNO MAN, FOR THE
and packing oi millinery foodssotie j*bj> has ha<t
experience In tliai 11 n?* preferred. Apply st J. ituiuCHILD'S,
M West Nth ?t _________
AX*1 ANTED? 4 YOU.VO MAN, ABOUT 18 YEARS OP
VV age in an Insurance office, who understand!*
niacin* risk* bookkeeping, write.', well and resides is
this c"w with psrents. None others need address C. U.
box liw Herald office. _____
TTrANTED?IN AN INSURANCE OFUCB, A VOUNCi
>V man, aged 17 to 30; must write a good hand; on?
having experience In the tire business preterred. Address
AUKNCY, box 1(W Herald office.
UrANTKD-AW ACTIVI? TOUJfO IAS, wiru?ll?\ IN
VV a H?ht manufacturing business; profit* ?S0 per
I irefk: a rare chance. Adtlreu INlil'STRlf, Utrild 0^*
town Branch olBc?. __________
WANTBD-A BOY TO RUM ERRAXD8; ALSO *
cub boy. Apply at FORK'S, Ml tith ?t.
For Oilier Situation Adr?rtt>?meiiti Rm
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