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ftr Otk?r lltaaUan AdTertlMmwU * VlftMBtk Fh*? Coofca, ?to*. Q/fO BAST 17TH ST.?AM DINNER ^2?* JJJ A til ^ hotel or restaurant; many years experience. ?)r ] WEST 9BTU ST., BETWEEN WH AND 9TH OOl ava.? A respectabta woman as cook ; willing to Mist la plain -r ?'""g ?ud Ironing; thoroughly under lands h?r tiualneat. ChamlMrmalda, die. , A A BAST S2D ST., RRAR.?A RESPECTABLE 44" young woman a* chambermaid; no objection to ^j0 aav waaiiin# U required. Call for mo days. Dmimakm and Hestmatreaaea. -IQ7 BAST BSD ST.?A DRESSMAKER WISHES A J.O I few more families to work by the week; Wheeler A Wilson's or Baker k tiroyer'? machines; city reference if required. "1,10 WEST ?TH BT.-MMR. COAL, LATELY ARJ-TrU rived Irom Enrot>o, a* first class mantilla and dressmaker, cutter, fitter and trimmer in all French style*, to go out to tiaMllias at $3 per day or take work home; city re (erenee. ~t A K. WEST 24TH ST.-A KIB8T CLASS DRESB XTW miter to go out by tne day, or wort nttea ana taken home; baa latest fashions good cutter and fitter; stylish trimmer. Address DRKBBMAKKB. 1 A-t\ W"ST 20TB 8T. (RING THE BELL TWICE).-A 1 aU French lady, a Drat class dressmaker and operator. wishes to make some engagements with private families by the day or week, or win work at homo, at reasonable terms; cuta and fits Ladles' and children's dresses and underwear. Mine. KUSE. 97K 8TH AV.?A RESPECTABLE PERSON AS A I ?J seamstress; can do all kinds of family sewing; beat city reference. Can be seen for two days. 1 1Q1 BROADWAY.?FIRST CLASS DRE88maker wishes few more engagements br the day. C COMPETENT DRESSMAKER WANTS WORK BY J the day or week; understands catling and fitting ladles' and children's dresses; can operate on Wheeler A t Wilson's machine. Address DKEsriMAKEK, SOd West 81st st General Homework, Sic. A SMART, INDUSTRIOUS AMERICAN WOMAN TO do irenernl housework in a small private lamlly; is a good cook, wtn-her and ironer; wages $15; first class city references; a place uptown preferred. Address M. 4L, box US Herald Uptown Urancu office. Housekeepers, &c. Q1 O EAST 42D 8T.-A RESPECTABLE WOMAN AS working housekeeper. Can be seen for two days. 99/L WEST 24TH ST.?A LADY AS HOUSEKEEPER or companion to a lady or invalid; will make herself useful in any position not meniAl; city or country ; best references. Address C. H. A LADY, ABLE AND WILLING TO MAKE HERself useful and agreeable, being thrown on her own resources, desires a situation as housekeeper, or to Instruct and take charge of children or companion and maid to a lady. Address B. A., box 174 Herald Uptown Branch office. A MIDDLE-AGED LADY OF CULTURE-A POSItlon a? housekeeper to an elderly or midd leaned aentleman. Address Mrs. F. LOYD, Post ofHce, Brooklyn. Lanndrtwea, Ac. lAQ WEST 15TH ST., REAR HOUSE, SECOND J.U?7 floor, back.?A respectable woman wishes to do families' or gentlemen's washing at her own house. Ooe WEST 19TH 8T.-AS FIRST CLASS LAUN dress or to do chamberwork and fine washing. Call on Monday. CI Q WEST 45TH ST., BETWEEN 10TH AND 11TH *JAO avs.?a first class wash woman to do washing and ironing or houseclcauing. Mrs. H. Nui'ses. die. mWEST SSTII ST.?AN EXPERIENCED SICK nurse would take charge of an invalid lady, in city or country ; reference first clasa Call or address. Waitresses, &c. A A EAST 32D ST., BETWEEN 4TH AND MADISON T av-i.?A highly respectable yonng woman as flr.it class waitress; Is willing to assist in chamberwork; good city references. Call lor two days. Niscelianeons. WEST 26TH ST., FIRST FLOOR, NEAR OtU 8th av.?A respectable Swedish girl as kitchunmald in a first class family or hotel. Call or address. TXrANTKD?A POSITION AS FORK WOMAN. BY A " lady who has had II years' experience in lire custom work at suit* and cloak*: understand* designing, cutting and fitting thoroughly ; unexceptionable reference. Address, for two days, E, J., station u. PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED? PHMALgg. AKITHMKTIC, ALGEBRA, GEOMETRY, At'.?a ladv vigits and receives tor private lessons in all English branches, music, piano, mulodeon, parlor organ. Hinging, drawing. Ac.; verv highest testimonials. Address MUSIC AND MATHEMATICS, 205 Kast 14th st. A LADY WRITES LETTERS?BUSINESS LETTERS, friendly letters, social letters, advertisements, checks,dratts, bills, receipts, orders, accounts, notices, flutes, reviews, reports, paragraphs, pamphlets, editorials uewrpaper correspondence, stories, rhymes, Ac., Ac., and Rives lesFoiis In letter writing, punctuation, capitalization. pronunciation, orthography, composition, cons'rnction of sentences, grammar, Ac.: prices. 25c., 60c. nn<t upwards ; bat visits nor tasks of less significance than (1 will not be taken from old patrons. Miss W., 348 East 17th tree t t LADV. FURNISHING THE HIGHEST TESTI_iY monials a< to respectability and capacity, desires a position a? visitlncr governess In a private family, or as school teacher: Knglish, French, music; converses fluently in French and Is a good musician: terms moderate. Address Miss A., box 1?) Herald Uptown Branch Mm. A LADY OF CULTURE AND REFINEMENT DE aires a positlion to teach children English. French and music; best reterenees. Address O. T. M., box 197 Herald Uptown Branch office. A LADY OF "CULTURE. ACCUSTOMED TO THE beat society, would like a position us go\crness, companion or housekeeper in a first class family, citv or country; references. Addles* A. it., Herald Uptown Branch office. HELP WANTED?KEJIALES. AN ENOMSH FAMILY Of THRRB WANT A YOUNG, neat ttlrl for ireneral housework : fair wanes niven: city references required. Call at 16) Went 48th st. ttrst floor. A ? PARTIES RESIDING XX THE COUNTRY OR J\? city can have wort sent In quantities by express. 1 am the original manufacturer and pay first prices. Beware ol those that reccivc tlielr work second hand. Cash paid weekly lor all the wore you turn in. My operator! can make trcm $1.'> to $1R n week; Silo- diemine*, others pay $1 8"; night d re uses $6 50, others pay only *4 90. A year to pay lor any new first class setvlmr machine yon wish: teachers sent to your house free; all the work you can do the year round anl atteryour machine is paid tor. 1). K. BUCK WALTER, 82 East 9th ?t., opposite Stewart's. Ladieb can examine and easily learn a profitable and agreeable business requiring only ffom $6 to $10, to carry on at home. Apply at 107 West lClh st.. basement MOT, W~ ANTED?TWO GIRLS; ONE AR CHAMBERMAID and waitress, and a vouim woman to do the washing in a private boarding bouse. Apply at 167 West 34th st. WANTED?A GERMAN OR AMERICAN GIRL TO do general housework in a small family; must be a good washer and ironer aud have good reference. Apply at 231 West 2M st \\r anted?a "tew dbe8Smakers~and" appIen. Vt tices: also a first class operator on Wheeler A Wilson machine; none other need applv. Miss U. REGAN, 10S West 39th at "IVANTED?A NUMBER OF GOOD DRESSMAKERS. ?" Apply Immediately at No. K.1 West Bleecker at. il/ANTEI)?A PROTESTANT (JIRL IN ANAMERT' ? can family to do general housework. Call for two days at 330 West 46th st. WANTED?GOOD MILLINERS AND TRIMMERS; wtttje. no obiert to parties that suit __ _ _Mrs. G. Wt ALLKN. 49? Division at. "llr ANTED?A GIRL POR LIGHT CHAMBERWORK ; Y? thoroughly competent and highly recommended Call at IS West 30th st., between the hours ot 10 and 12, on Monday and Tuesday. September 16 an 116. TVANTED-A DRESSMAKER KOR ORANGE^ N. T. TJ Call t? ?lav at 644 Hudson st. or address box 462 Poet Office, Oraucr, N. J. TirANTKrv-MILLI NF.RS AND TRIM MR R-J.~ NONh ?? hut mi >1 bauds need apply at WILSON'S, 190 Kul. (on st, Brooklyn, ^ "Tan.t lady CAM EASILY MARK $10 DAILY ?T ?." by devoting three hours' time each day to a new ?nd rcapectaW* bu?sme?s; no peddling arrangement Apply to Mine HBKM A.V 113 West 41st st., Irvm 10 to 4. SITUAWOXS WAHTIDmHAIiU* ?> A BOy, IS YEARK or A<iK, IH PP.PIROI'S OP OHJ\. taming a aituatlon In a broker's or mercantile kuiiae. A<1(1 rem. UiT two day*, K. s. K., Ucra.d Uptown Jfruiu b office. A RESPECTABLE YOUNG COLORED MAN, WITH J\ flrtt claw exn*r'en''e waiter, denlrc* a similar enrnirciiJcM; ha* <*i client reference*. <;*u at or ?udrew *J Weft 14th sr. C1JDRK? AMD NALBRHBI?i AN AOCWtfPLlSIIEf) HARDWORKING bra? EB fate clurk wanted. thoroughly comiictcat to negotiate Hale* *|Ml exchange* of real estate unl take the general management of t the hutiuew. Apply, by letter c>nlv, with reterence, toiiOOR V. D. WYCKOKK, 64 and Gt\ liroarf way, V or W Fulton ?t, Brooklyn. /"l ERMAN DBM GOODS SALESMEN WANTED.?TWO AJ or.three fUM elan* *W*dy men. who are wrti ac<luuiDt?d with tbeieliy retail trade. _ . ? *T K. I'KITION. 273an.1 274 Bowery. "I1T ANTED?EXPERIENCED SALESMEN FOR OUR "? *lk and sIiim> ! ?/?t?artraeB<i' V. H. PEYTON. *72 and 274 Bower v. "VVANTED-A HAL??VAN, WHO THOROUGHLY UN' "V der?ut>4* whit# jwod* and demeftic*. T. I J. O'BEJJU'Y, ?11 Kylton at.. Brooklyn. < "ACHMEN A1VD OAllBENKKS. Kl'ANri,!,- A SITUATION. BY A V(>Mfl ENOLI-H"<?Mi a? flrtt i- Mfi coacjkjviaii; no ?lij?ctioii to the couwu-j aI-Vrew. Ic* 170 Her?M ofcee. "Kl-P W\ATED-MALES. A -H4KTBD. nviKU YMIM; MEN. PROM IS TO * ~ JMJ* '? <!? a* ca?hler*', m?*' i\?ve had city ext>cItl M.trf I i eiermcc u? to capitblltXi and rmtvuMhtJny, i^TJ- h &h iTJIEKa .Ki7 r.iliav. NEW YORK I ? H?LF WAIfTBP-WALBg. CTHECK BOYS WANTED.?APPLY TO LORD * ) TAYLOR, corner Grand and Chrystie sts. WANTED?A WELL RECOMMENDED GERMAN OR American to assist a gentleman In the application of the water cnre at his residence, at 7 every morning. Address, giving references, WATER CURE, Herald office. WANTED-A BUSINESS MAN WITH $3,000 TO loan u> his employer for on* year, for which good security and Interest will be given and a position as superintendent with good salary. Address W. L. B., Herald Uptown Branch office. ~ THE TRADEH, A PRACTICAL ELECTRO, OOLD, SILVER AND nickel plater wishes a situation; city or country; good references. Address 1'LATER, Herald office. A YOUNG MAN. AGED 18, WANTS TO LEARN A business: engraving preferred; can draw welL Ad| dress A. C. B., bo* 158 Herald office. A YOUNG AND STYLISH CUTTER WANTS A POSI. J\. tiou with a good, live bouse; IS years' experience at the West End of Lou Jon. Ad areas 11. M., box 1.881 Post office. Atoung MAN 18 OPEN FOR A SITUATION AH optician and jeweller or as salesman or workman: understands both businesses. Addresa A. A., box 193 Herald olUca. _ AFIR8T CLASS CUSTOM SHIRT Cl'TTER WANTED? To go West. Apply Mondav, between 4 and 6 1*. M., at ALEX. D. NAPIER k OO.'S. M and 47 White st A?WANTED. A FIRST CI,ASS VISITING AND wcdiliug card printer; a permanent situation to the right man. DOMKR, LEE k CO.. 8J Liberty ?t. AN AMERICAN BOY WANTS A SITUATION TO learn a trade; plumbing preferred; is not a'rala of work; has the best city references. Besides with hi* parents at 333 West 40th st, top floor. A JOBBING JEWELLER WANTED-W1IO ALSO UNderstands the repairing of clocks; must be well recommended for honesty and as a workman; single mun preferred. Apply to GEORGE PALK, 189 Atlantic at., Brooklyn. CONFECTIONER WANTED?ONE WHO IS A GOOD diagelste and understands his business well may I find a permanent situation and good salary at GBEEN* FIED k STKAl'Bh', 68 Barclay st. CCONFECTIONER.?WANTF.D, A FIRST CLASS CAN) dy maker on French and Amerlcun goods, for a retail trade; good wages and immediate employment. Apply early Monday at 1W luium street, Brooklyn. Dentists, speaking englisii, as assistants, wanted?For our offices here and in Europe; also young men, falrlv educated, inclined to learn dentistry thoroughly. PRETERRE BROTHERS, 169 Bowery. ENGINEER AND MACHINIST WISHES A SITUA J\i lion in a hotol or factory; can take charge or machinery and steam heating; references. Address PRACTICAL, box 100 Herald Uptown Branch office. GUNSMITH WANTED.?APPLY AT 182 WEST HOUSton at HAT TRIMMKRS WANTED?ON GENTLEMEN'S hats; first class hands only. Apply at AMIDON'S, 220 5th av., one door above 26th *t. IRON MOULDERS.-TWO GOOD M""LDKRS ON general machinery. Apply at NaTIoNAL IRON WORKS, New Brunswick, N. J. MAN AND WIFE?MAN WHO HAS SOME KNOWLied ge of carpenter work; woman who can do plain cooking; to take care of a place in the country, near the city; must be Oeruian or American. Address W. 1'. J? box 691 fust olllce. PRACTICAL NICKEL PLATER WISHES A SITUAtlon. Address 0. A. FRISHMUTU, 25 Ward St., Philadelphia, I'a. PHOTOGRAPHER WANTED.?A first class operator, at CHAMBERLIN'S galiory, No. 1,2/3 Broadway. Paper hangings.?traveller for the west wanted. Apply to .SMITH A MILLARD, 132 East 60th st., on Monday morning. SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN, TO O learn the tin and hardware trade; has worked nt It a while; good reference. Call or uoply at 109 West 33d st WANTED-BY A FIRST CLASS FURNITURE HOUSE, a designer, who will undertake to make sketches to order. None tint artists need apply. Address FURNITURE, box 169 Herald ottlce. WANTED?A FIRST CLASS COAT AND VEST cutter, in a Broadway merchant tailoring business. Address, stating luf-t employment, age and salary expected, F. A.. Herald Uptown Branch office. WANTED-A FIRST CLASS DIAMOND SETTER; I also a l.ov to-learn the ;ewclrv trade. Apply to i I BATTELLE A TAYLOR, No. U Maiden lane. VITANTKD?A TOUNQ MAN WHO CAN REPAIR ?? clock* an1 Jewelry; a single man preferred. Call lor throe days, with tlrst class reicrciices. at HUi av. M. L. SHKEHAN. WANTED-BY A FIRST GLASS WATCHMAKER, a situation n a store; In Scapahlc or repairing jewelry; no objection 10 leaving the city: hest ot reterenco given. Address lr M. H., box 106 Herald olllco. W ANTKD?TWO PIANOFORTE TUNERS TO TINE in lactory, 35th st. and 10th av., by J. I\ IIALK. WANTED?UY A WATCH MAKER, A SITUATION IN a store; l? capable of also attending to customers; : no objection to go out of the city; best reference given, j Address W. .1., herald l ptown Branch ot'llee. wan'ted-a FIRST CLASS Ct)AT and VEST I V? cutter in a Broadway tailoring business. Please i address, giving last, employment, uge and salary expected, k. a., BinH Uptown Bruek otbee. V\r ANTKD?AT MOXHY PEN NY'S, 420 CANAL ST., A T t dyer and two tiulsliers. ~ FRBXCH ADVERTISEMENTS. Une jecne nnomn franoaise (fbotbs. tante) demanuc a so placer comnie bonne U'eulunt. , S'udrei-ier .\ir'. WKHi.K, ll/ti East 4th st. UNE DEMOISELLE FRANCM8E DESIRE UNE SI. tuation commc dame de rouippgnio ou gouvern info ?our Jeunes eutuntc. c'adresser par lettre a Nile. BOL- | INo'i'.K, box un Pom offltii south Orange, N. J. IySE .IE UNE KILLE FRANCAISK, KKCEMMBNT 1 I arrivee, desire so placer cotnino temme de chambre j dans une bonne tamille Amerlcalne. S'adresscr lundl au No. 1&6 West iHih st., tlrst tloor. HOPIjM, KOOOMI, ACh WASTED. In tliia City and llrnokljii. AN AMERICAN FAMILY?ORNTLE MAN, WIF." AND two sinall children, uish | ari <>1 a private house; reasonable rent; call give l>e?t r lervncea. Address R. T. S? Herald ..(lice VN AMERICAN FAMILY OK Til HiK ALMLI.s would like to take a furnished House, where the I r. nt would he wholly or n< arl.v all lakeu 111 board, with I privilege ot two or three other select boarders; retorence, present landlord. Address box 111 Herald Uptown Brunch otlicc. \ MEDIUM SIZED HOUSE, UNFURNISHED, FOR 1\. a lainilv of three adults (no childreni; location between Thirty-tilth and Fitty-sixth streets aud Fourth and Sixth avenues; rem must he mole rate. Address SAMUEL CLELaND, 575 Broadway. A RESPONSIBLE AND REFINED FAMILY OF tour will take charge ol a luriiished Dwelling during the absence of owner, and pay a moderate rent for the portion occupied bv them; unexceptionable ref erencea kivcu. Auuress a. n., itu\ i usi huut. A' FAMILY UK Kill'R AIH'LTS WANT THREE OR lour nentiy furnished Room*. with conveniences tor light housekeeping; reference!). Address, slating terms, A., box 200 Herald office. A MIDDLE-AGED WIDOW OF MEANS WISHES A lur,ie and small Room connecting, uniurnislied, on second floor, with Improvements, with owner of house preferred nnd people 01 some refinement; family private; give loratlon and terms, which must be moderate : pay sure; reference mutual; might take dinner. Address O., box 227 Herald offlco. A GOOD HIGH STOOP HOUSE WANTKD AT once?Nicely furnished and centrally located; reasonable rent for a good tenant. Address, at once, RESPoNhl BLE, Herald Uptown Branch ottlce. A" GENTLEMAN AND WIFE WANT A I'Altl.OH ANI) Basement Kloor or a Second Floor and one Parlor, In a first clau location, hetwaen Thirty-fifth and Forty-, fifth streets, Lexington and Sixth avenues; best references. Address, stating terms, J. A? box 678 New York Post office. A lady who can furnish the best reference desires a furnished Room, without board; terms not to exceed $6 per week. Address A. M., Herald Uptown Branch office. A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE WANT, FOR LIGHT housekeeping, three or four unfurnished Rooms, with closet room, all on the second floor of a high sloop house. In a good neighborhood, with a private lamlly; reierences exchanged. Address, dating particulars, b. K. S., Herald I'ptown Branch office. A LADY OF REFINEMENT DESIRES TO SEC! RE a Furnished House in this city ; wishes to find a gentleman of means- would give him choice of rooms. AddresH B. G. K., box 21)7 Herald office. ___________ Any ."owner having an elegant" hiH .se', finely furnished, willing to rent to a private family of responsibility, may addrets, for one week. BANKER, box 5,5*5 Post office. Must be between Fourth and Sixth venues and lu a respectable neighborhood. No agents need apply. A LADY WANTS A GOOD THREE STOItY HOUSE for boarders, between Twentieth and Thirty-fourth streets and Fourth and Seventh avenues; immediate possession. Address IMPORTANT, Herald Uptown branch office. A -WANTED, BY OCTOBER 1, A HOUSE FOR A tuinily of adults; must be well furnished and in K"0(1 order; location abnvo Koiirteenth street, between fourth an'1 sixth uvemim; rent not to exceed $290 per viotith, Addre<s (' (', K, bo* 22>i^lcrald office. AH KMSIIKI) HOUSB WANTED?MK 1)1 I'M KIZK, between nlxth and Lexington avenue', by a .small private family, or would buy ttie Furniture and lease house II reasonably low. Address MANN1NQ1 ON, box lit ll<'raId office. \ OKNT.LEMAN IN Bl'SI.VESS kks1kks a SMALL J\ Parlor and He Iroom. very well furnished, without board, in ? Ktrirtly private tarnllv where no others are tiiKeu'. will bp permanent: location central; only private tiimillcH lined apply. Address, with lull particular*, bo* 2.-8 rixit office, A SUIT OK TWO K V KN LSH K I) BOOMS W ANTED? By a genteel American family. lor light housekee.pinir. between Eighth und Thirtieth street* and Second and.seventh avenues; rem $26 per month. Address box 2, i fil Fo^t office. A KLOOK OK KOCB OR KIVE ROOMS KOR HOUflEkeeping lor three grown per-nias, between Knurtenth and Thirty-luurtb streets uul Fourth and Sixth a.vinuet. Addr?M RESPONSIBLE, Herald Uptown Hrsich ofllce. Apartments wanted?k,ir a family ok six. and wrvant to do kitchen work. In a good yniet neighborhood and rcsoectabl* houiu. tictwecn fourteenth and Twenty-third iImIi rtnd oeeond and Ninth avenue*. Address. tor throe day*. $?, box im herald Lptown Mranch offlce. __ L\AMILV Of TH.'CEE ADULTS, AMERICAN, PERi1 recti v reapoitsibl* ?nd of the hlf Iiest re?pi ct.al>ll|ty, want Klrstnr .-*? < n l H.*ur. ualurnlsbed, tor li^ht hou-? keeping; private tuniily (.''/erred; location below Twen, ty-Uiird -.ireet. near Sixi.'l ttveuiu:. >ddre*? i-VO>\ uer?M iinuiwn Unnvb on.** IERALD, SUNDAY, SEPTE HOUBEM, ROOMS, AC^, WASTED. In tiki* City and Brooklyn. Furnibhed apartment wanted?by a oen. tleman, in a private house. be twee u Tvaity-second and Twenty-eighth streets md tour h and rlxth avenues; parlor, bed and bath rooms and closet; accommodation and Board for inan terva-nt; breakfast only Tor gentleman. Address, stating terms, to UOAKi', box lla, Herald Uptown branch office. 1^1'BMnHBI) ROOM AND BEDROOM WANTED?BY r a gentlemen tor a tew hoars once or twice a week when in town; a widow preiarred. Address LIBERTY, box 'JOS Herald office. Stobe wanted?kob a good tenant. east ok Broadway, between Grand and Tenth s'recta. Address. lor oue week, MERCHANT TAILOR, SOI Pearl st. WANTED?FOli A PRIVATE FAMILY, AN UNFITRnished House, In good order, between twentieth and Thirty-second streets und Fourth and -evetuh avenues; location muat be perfectly healthy and resneciable; rent not above $3,(0). II lulled would preler a lour years' lease. Address box 1,1.6 Post office. T17ANTED-HALF A HOUSE, OR A 8MALI- IIOl'SK, VT containing 8 or 9 rooms; neighborhood between Plxth and Ninth avenues and from Thirtieth to Fiftieth street Address, stating particulars, F. u? Herald Uptown Branch officc. WANTED?FOR GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, A NICE uniurnished Floor, with ull modern Improvement*. Address, stating terms, H., box 2,361 Post office. ly nil 1 nu?/l ri>Ai, runniDDflif Ulfc Uflruiv f t nlshed, or Part ot a House, for a small family. Address G.. box 189 Herald office. WANTED?A FI.OOR OF FOUR Oil F1VK ROOM-!, furnished, tor housekeeping; terms must be moderate. Address THOMSON, box 226 Herald oifice. WANTED?A SMALL HOUSE, ABOUT PIVE rooms, or will take half with a responsible party; first class neighborhood required ; rent moderate; location central. Address ADULTS, lierald Uptown Branch office. WANTED?BY A RE-SPONSIBLE, SMALL, QUIET family, unfnrnished, Upper or Lower Part of House, for housekeeping purposes, In genieel, centrally situated neighborhood, up town. Address, with full particulars, U, box 4,900 Post office. WANTED-AN UNFURNISHED FLOOR OF FOUR rooms, in a private house; rent not to exceed 930; references exchanged. Address box 135 Uerald office. WANTED-ON WEST SIDE, ONE OR TWO LIGHT Lofts with or without power; rent and insurance moderate; open wugou vard adjacent preferred. Address FULLY DESIRABLE, Herald office. WANTED?FURNISHED APARTMENTS. IN A CENtral, first class locality, where a gentleman and his wile, without children, can keep house. Address S. W. A., 93 Fourth street, Brooklyn, K. D. WANTED?BY A SMALL FAMILY OF ADULTS, A Furnished House, at a moderate rent; location above Thirtieth street, between Lexington and Eighth avenues. Address, with terms, L. A. P., box 2,655 Post office. -YV ANTED-BY A GENTLEMAN, A FAIR SIZED Vt lodging Room, with closet and privileges; must be located in the Fifteenth ward, above Fourth street; price not to exceed $36 per month. Address E. N. NICHOLS, room 2fS, No. H4 Park row. TITANTED-BY A SMALL FAMILY, THE UPPER tT Pari ol a House mix or seven rooms), with housekeeping facilities, west of Third avenue. Highert references. Please address DESIRABLE TENANT, box 173 Herald office. 1ITANTED?BY A SMALL FAMILY, A HOUSE, IN in payment tor rent, with privilege ot taking a tew more hoarders. AiHLre-s Mrs. N. N., box 180 lie raid Uptown Branch office. WANTED?BY A LADY OK EXPERIENCE, FUR nished House, cither m New York or Brooklyn" whore the owner would hoard the rent and allow privl. leire ot other genteel boarders. Unexceptionable references. Address tor one week, L. M., box2i3 Herald office" A NTE D?TH REE FURNISHED ROOMS FOR TV adults; In answering state location, accommodations and price. O. DE LOY.NEd, MS Lexington avenue. "IITANTED?BY A LADY AND BABY, TWO OR VV three Rooms, ahovo Twenty.third street, between Third and Seventh avenues. Address E. II., 151 East Fortieth street \irANTED?* PARLOR FLOOR, HANDSOMELY VV furnished, 'tor a gentleman's privato club, with possession, near Gilsey Houso Apply to CRANK ft CO., Broadway, corner Twenty-ninth street WANTED?A FURNISHED HOUSE, FOR FIVE adults trom Twenty-third to Thirty fourth street, between Filth and Sixth uvenues. Address giving iuli particulars, S.MHH, box UlO lleraid Uptown Branch office. No commissions wanted. T*7"ANTED-A THIRD FLOOR UNFURNISHED, IN VV the house 01 a private family, with conveniences for llirht housekeeping; terius not to exceed $36 per month. Address J. E., box 3,786 Pust office. \irANTED?BY A FAMILY OF THREP: ADULTS AND VV one child, a Second Floor ol six rooms, with some conveniences, between sixth nnd Eigluh avenues and Fifteenth nnd Fiity-mnth streets; rent about S3u. Address J. K. P., box 131 Herald office. TIT-ANTED?A SMALL THREE STORY HIUll STOOI' VV brown stone House, either furnished or unfurnished; must be in a good neighborhood above Twent.v-thlrd street, west ol Lexington avenue and east of Eighth avenue ; or would buy il hi good locality nnd at reasonable price. Address, stating terius, location, Ac., T. II. C.,box bitt Port office. W ANTED?IN A (lOOD NEIGHBORHOOD, FIVE OR VV six Rooms, with people ot unexceptional neatness and refinement, tor a gentleman and wi'e ; terms must be moderate. Address N EATN ESS, box 'ills Herald office. TX7ANTED?THREE OR FOUR ROOMS, FURNISHED VV or unfurnished (second tloor prelerredl, for li/ht housekeeping, in n strictly private family; references exchanged. Address, staling lull particulars and terius. ll hox I hi ficrald ottice. >_ WANTED?A WELL FURNISHED, MEDIUM SIZED House, tor smalt private family; rent very modern to : location Twenty-third to Porty-fllth street, between Fourth und Seventh aveiiues. Address, with part it-11! a ri., I It AN K FOKJi, Herald office. TJI^ANTED TO KENT?BY A CAREFUL, RESPONSIT? hlc pariy. at a inoderata relit, a fouritoryor Bullish basement House, hnndsomcly and tully furnished, suitable tor n first class hoarding house, between Fourteenth and Forty-ninth streets,' from October 1. Address, m vin? full particulars, C? bos 125 Herald office. WANTED TO 1IENT-AN t'NFURNISHED HOUSE, Vt between Twentv-pecond and Thirty-second streets, Third ami Madisou avenues; three adults In family; rent $I,?W; best references. Address M. REDMOND, 4a East Ihlrtlcth street. "\1T ANTED?BY A FAMILY OF ADULT AMERICANS, tT a House. centrally lo-ated; would like a portion of rent tam n in board, or part of house. Address, for one week, ADLiLTS. box 113 Herald Uptown Branch office. WANTED?AT ONCE, A FIRST CLASS FURNISHED or unfurnished House; must be well located; first class seeuritv will be uiveu. HOLMES BROTHERS, 46 East Twenty-third street. WANTED?A SMALL HOUSE, FURNISHED. SOUTH of Fitty-ninth street. Address R. U., box 2,395 Post office, stating terms, size and situation. \VANTED TO RENT?FROM 1ST OCTOBER. A FUR?? nlshed or untarnished House, between Fourteenth mid iniriy-uiuriii mrei-i*, lor a nrsi class pariy. uiii ai ouce at I'KaNK A cu.'s, Broadway, corner Twentyninth street. I1TANTBD?A NEATLY FURNISHED HOUSE, ME t y (Hum ?no, from Fourteenth to Thirty-fourth street ami rrom Filth to Tenth <> venue, torn good, responsible tenant: also an unturnished one in the same locality; also Ilou.-es lor s*le in desirable 'ocaltties. Al'i'KL It tio , 277 West Twenty-third street_ \I7ANTKD?BY A GENTLEMAN, A NEATLY FURt? nislied Room, without hoard, either on Broadwayand Sixth avenue or between the same. Address fc. ba? 11k. rtyo Broadway. _* W'ANIKIJ-HV A (JENTLEMAN AND HIS WIFE. tt l'Mt ot n House or n French Flat. Iietween Tenth nnd Fit'ieth streets; rent al.out t&00- Address O. N. J.. Ileralil Uptown Branch Mm. "l ANTLD?BY A DRESSMAKER, ONE OR TWO tt lurnlxhea Rooms, terms moderate, between Tenth and Twentieth streets. Sixth and Fourth avenues. AddrcM B. M., bo* 2H> Herald office. 'ii/'ANTED?IN A GOOD HOUSE AND LOCATION. tt tor two adults, intnnt and servant, an unlurnlihed 1'arlor Floor of tour rnoms. Basement oi two rooms, or French Flat of Ave rooms and kitchen, at about $70 per month Particulars to A. F., box 3.057 I'ost office. WANTED?PART OF A WELL FURNISHED FLAT or three nice Rooms, neighborhood of Fifth Avenue Hotel or Gllsey House Address It. A. K., box 4,103 Post office. TlfANTED?FOR GENTLEMAN ANI) WIFE, PART OF tt unfurnished House or Floor of Ave or six Rooms; location not above Hitleth street; rent not over 95j per month; tenement house w lil not answer. Address T. S. F., box 181 Herald Uptown Itrannh oltlce: WANTED?BY a PRIYATK FAMILY, JU8T retnrned from Europe, a medium si/.c House, furnished ; any good location above Fourteenth street; rent $2,A00 to $ Address EL'KOPE, box 181 Herald Uptown Branch office. \itanted-by a lady, engaged during the TT day, a small furni-hed Room, with convenience for (In , Address, stating terms, GIBBS, Herald Uptown Branch office. \XT ANTED?A SUIT OF NICELY FURNISHED ?r Rooms, for llRht homekeeplnir, between Seventh and Seventeenth street*. Fourth and sixth n venues. Reference* oxrhauged. Addree, atatlng terms, Major H., Sfl K?*l Twelfth street WANTED TO RENT?A HOUSE, IS GOOD LOCAL Ity. lor a small family. Address F. M., Olenham Hotel. Vifth avenue, between Twenty-first and Twentysecund streets. TITANTRD TO RENT-A MEDIUM SIZED, FULLY *? lurnished House, between Madison ami Filth avenue*. Twentieth and Fortieth strcets. lor a family of four. JOHN SHIRLKV A sun, HI Cedar street. WANTED?PERMANENTLY, BV A UKNTLEMAN AND wife. In private r<?ideno?, one or two Rooms, furnished or un urnished ; rem Hbout SIS per montli; ralcrences exchanged. Address HALL, Herald otitce. WANTED-BY AN AMERICAN GENTLEMAN AND wife, an unfurnished Second or Third Floor, for houickecplnit, In a private lamily; Rood location. Address, statist; terms, AMERICAN MERCHANT, Herald ofltce. YirANTS TO HIKE, WITH PRIVILEGE TO BUY?A TT lar?e private Honse, weal of Second avenue, not ?er per year. IIVLAND, 342 Kant Nineteenth *t. In tit* Country. A?COTTAGE WANTKD. NEAR NEW YORK. TILL . May or longer, In exchange for choice lot of Iramo Pictures.; lurnlahol preferred. Address, Kiviug lull particulars, EDWARD EN FIELD, llernld othen. TjlURNIBHED DOUSE IN COUNTRY WANTED-UNr Ul May or longer. at low rent: tomll^ small anil thorou?hlr r??pon*lbl* 4Vd would guarantee llie best of rare. Cull at M2 i?road way, .room 11, or audrcsa I'. S., bo* 101) IK rii.d oftl' e. __ \I'ANTM> TO RENT-fcTI IIIN rill K T Y MII.K.S OF , '? New York, a l-arm, w ith comioriablc house and I outbuild nus. Addrets, Willi lull particular*. A. T. H., J JO; Herald ol'.ic*. 1MBER14, 1873?QTJADRD] BUSINBgR OPPORTUNITIBS. ALF.XA.VDKR KROTH1NOHAM * COMPANY ORP.ANIze incorporated Companies, make investments for vapiuiistsand oibersln mercantile, manmaciurliiK, mining aud other enterprise*, (substantial concerns and responsible individual* desiring capital for It g tiinatelu vestment. who oiler favorable Induce menu, respectfully *olicite 1. Po*se?>lng long experience in onr bu-li.e?s and having estubli hedsomeol he largest concerns In this city together with accesi and acquaintance with capitalists in nearly all tbe tlnsncial oemres in tnis country and fcurope, we feel iustifled In stating that we believe our facilities .or commanding larxe amounts of money for permanent investment are not excelled. Applications for capital may be made direct or through any of our agencies established in all the large cities. ALKXANDKK i ROTHINOII AM A COMPANY, 112 and 114 Broad way._ A BUSINESS MAN WANTED?AS CASHIER. COLlector and general agent, for a large and influential manufacturing company; must Invest $900; handsome inrome lor an efficient, trustworthy person. Address CASHIER AND AUENT, Herald Uptown Branch office.^ A HANDSOMELY FITTED UP VAPOR AND MEJ>L caied Bathing establishment, doing a good business, establlclied ten years, will be sold cheap. Uood reasons for selling. Address VAPOR, Herald Uptown Branch office. . Ale and porter brewery korsai-e-in this city; tiasallthe modern improvements; also, good wall Iminiuhliitf auWnlnnt ttlltihli/ nf Pitlll W*ti>r til dispense with the use of Ice through the entire summer; maiimuctiiring first lu<s Alesonly, and, nn now an established trade of over :5,U00 barrels per annum; the reputation of tne brewery, and ol' the ales is strict!v A. I; present owner desires to retire. Call on F. J WINCH, office of Brewers' liazette, 196 Fulton street A gentleman of experience and ability as financial manager and accountant, will Invest $.\0iW in a satisfactory business. Address SINCERITY, box I9S Herald Uptown Branch office. ALAitOE, LOvQ established, profitable Manufacturing Business, worth $36,000, in the city, for sale; term* liberal; also a country Manufactory to exchange lor Real Estate; S *,000. BliiOB A BON, 206 Broadway. Am interest in an established weekly Journal is offered a gentleman who has $2,000 or $3,000. lie can have control of the finances, and. if competent, the business management. Address JOURNALIST, box 126 Herald otUce. A PARTNER, WITH $80', IN A RELIABLE CASH manuiactunng business; ready sales and quick returns; prollts 20J per cent; no risk. Address C. MOORE, box 104 Herald office. A RARE CHANCE FOR ANY PERSON WANTINO to enter Into a sate paying manufacturing Business, established over 10 years; a good lease of premises will be given bv present owners; amoiint required $7,000; Fickness of owner only reason lor selling. Address J. M., in care ol J. H. Dayton, 310 West Thirty-second st A FIRST CLASS HOTEL MAN, WITH $fl,000 CASH or credit, can learn ol a permanent and growing enterprise, seldom ullered in his line by calling on A. 0. DAK WIN, 10 fine street. New York. AOENTLEMAN OF ABILITY AND PRACTICE IN arts desires a silent partner, who could invest Iront $4,000 to $3,000 to extend his business, already established two years. For Inlorinatlon address. In writing, S. T. W., care ol E. Darby, 21 East Sixteenth street A PARTNER WANTED?WITH A CAPITAL OF $25,000 to $30,000. in a well established elothing and gent's furnishing goods house in one of the best locations in New tork city; one understanding the business preferred; reason, one ol the Dartners wishing to retire; reference* must be satisfactory. Address CLOTHING, box 10U Hernia office, staling when and where an interview can bo had. An experienced and responsible lawyer of this city will take business; fee* contingent on result; no charge for consultation. Address H. A. C., box 131 herald office. A PINE MANUFACTURING BUSINESS, E8TABlished 26 years, with valuable Patents, tor sale; paying 30 to 75 per cent. ORIGGS, CAULETON A CO., Financial Agents, 98 Broadway. AN OPPORTUNITY IS OFFERED TO ANY OENTLEtnnn, with moderate capital, to invest with an established house in the manufacture of articles paying over 200 per cent. Address FLORA, Herald office. A MAN OF WESTERN EXPERIENCE DESIRES A partner, with 0J0 to $30,000 ready money, to engage in a live stock business, which will pay an exceedingly large profit, with but tittle risk. For particulars address LIVE STOCK, box 211 Herald office. A PARTNER WANTED?WITH SOME CAPITAL, TO tako an interest in the manufacturing of anew article of great merit, for which has been obtained. LLOYD, 29 Broadway. A PARTNER WANTED?WITH NOT LESS THAN 910.000, to increase a manufacturing concern ; every prospect ot a lucrative and extensive business. Principal* only, meaning business, need address MANUFACTURING, Herald olHce. A PERMANENT POSITION AND AN INTEREST IN a light manufacturing business to (inactive young man, having a cash capital of $5D0; none but workers will reccive attention. UNITED STATES PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION, 3o:t Broadway; general otllcc No. 4. ^ ?additional capital procured for merchants, manufacturers and others; real estate exchanged for business; mining property, Ac., negotiated. Persons with capital seeking business advised of approved opportunities. Reteroiiccs?Seaman A Vun eichoonhovcn, conuncrcinl paper, Ac., 66 Wall street, Ac. (JKIUUS, CARLETON A CO., Financial and Business Agents, 9rt Broadway. A PARTNER WANTED?WITIL $S,000 TO $8,000 ready cash, in the furniture storage business where the profit* are large; reason for taking a partner is the pronrietor is not able to attend to the business alone; business established In 1K51 (20 years ago) and still in the same place. Apply to ABRAM L. BAi'l'ERSON, 631 ai\d 690 Sixth avenue, between Thirty ninth and Fortieth sts, A PARTNER WANTED-TO TAKE CHARGE OF A manufacturing business; goods in great demand; large profit1; and a small capital required. b. U. S., 3.' Keado street, second loft AYOUNH GENTLEMAN OF CAPITAL AND ABILITY wishes to meet a gentleman or lady, with $8,000 to to $19,(00 caili, to extend a business pavl.ig 6 to 10 per cent monthly: money fully secured. References given, Ac. Respectable parties only address FORTUNE, Herald Uptown Branch office. Advertiser has a large brick building on west side, near river, containing Engine, Boiler, Shaftings.?Any res'onsible party knowing of a business where tacory cou d tie profitably employed, and willing to Invest with owner, can address, stating his business proposition, K. L, box 149 Herald Uptown Branch office. A GENTLEMAN OF 20 YEARS' EXPERIENCE IN the mercantile business will invest from $.'>,000 to $20,000 in a business already established. Address B. W., box 107 Herald office. AN KXPHRT IN THE TEA TRADE, OF HIGH STANDlng, will associate hlinsclt with a manot energy, capital and of eiiual standing with himself. Address PROMPT, Herald office. _ A DRESSMAKER WHO HAS FURNISHED ROOMS &nd some business wonld associate herself with another to carry on tne business. 100 West Twelfth street, corner Sixth avenue. CIAL'ITAL ALWAYS SECURED.?ESTABLISHED J banking concern in Wall street desires effecting permanent arrangements for $16,u0j to $30,000, to be In vented, with services ot rename. competent, tnorougn but.ncs* man. possessing Influential acquaintance. Address KESl'ONSIlil LIT Y, box 104 Herald office. IpOR SALE-A NICK LITTLE CONFECTIONERY, 1 doing a lair business; cheap rent and no other confectionery In the neighborhood, reason for wiling, the owner Is going u> tho West Indies. Inquire at 44 Hester street, second door irom Essex. FOK SAL I--?Till'. HE ST 1IOTKL IN HAVANA, Ct'BA. For particular* apply to LUCAS MUHOHKKAY, 403 Fifth avenue, Brooklyn. FOR SALE (RETIRING FROM BUSINESS)?IN ONE of the Western Stales (without tho stock), the Fixtures Lease and Good Will of a well-established retail Dry Ootids Store. Sales lust year over $100,000; a magnificent opening. Aedress JOHN GRANT, care box 1,874 Post oftlce, New York. _____ IjlOR SALE-AN INTEREST IN A WELL F.ST A B1 ilshed Manufacturing Business, tor which personal assistance and capital to the amount of from troin $10,000 to $30,000; are wanted; right of manulacture exclusive. Any active man or company will And this a bona tide opportunity. Address r. C. BEACH, box 773 Posi office. HOTEL.?WANTED, A FURNISHED HOTEL, WHERE there Is an all year business, by a gentleman now conducting u first class house on the Hudson ; has a family (wile unci son) experienced in the business; can give undoubted reference; would prefer to run a house on division of profits, or would purchase furniture if terras were made accommodating. Address M. A. J., box 130 Herald office. T CAN MANUFACTURE A STAPLE CASH ARTICLE & oi mi[ ithii ijuniiiy mm uuiiiiuieu m'liiuuu, iwruiy per cent chofcper than others. Parties having capital to invest and meaning business can s?e the process demonstrated. Address II. B., llerald offlco. IRON MINK FOR SALE-A SPLENDID PROPERTY of MO ncren, well Improved, with building*. Ac.; three hours' ride irom New York: adlolnimt two railroad stations; a (treat bargain can be secured, as the property must be soul immediately. ROBINSON, CaRR ? ADAMS, 748 Broadway. INTEREST IN OR THE WHOLE OF AN ERTABlishcd, safe and profitable business, will be sold on liberal terms; centre oi wholesale trade. a K. H. VANDYK, 160 Broadway. OLD ESTABLIKHED GROCERY AND BAKERY for sale, with House and Store In a near suburban town, doing an increasing and profitable business; owner retires with a competency; will remain with pnrchuscr two months; good property taken In part payment Apply toURlUUH, CAKLKTON A CO., ft Broadway. PARTNER WANTED?WITH CAPITAL AND KNOWLcdge of New York grain market; young man preferred ; unexcelled Western connections. Address HENRY, box 129 Herald^oflicc. PARTNER WANTED-AN ACTIVE AND TIIOROUOH business man, with capital, in one ot the finest and best restaurants in the city; well established unit doing a good trade: this Is a rare opportunity, and well worth the attention of anv party with the desired oualiflcations. Address STILWELL, box 162 Herald office. PARTNER WANTED?WITH $530 TO $800. TO TAKE bait interest In A wellsestablished tea. coffee and spice bu.<iiM.<*. For further particulars address M. C., Herald Uptown Branch office. PARTIES WISHING A HOOD I'AYINO BUSINESS hove now as opportunity to purchase one of tinneatest nnd heat paying Liquor Store* down town; first clans, trade and in successful operation. Address box 1,31)7 Post office. Agents wiU save time, paper and Ink by not answering. PROFITS 200 PER ORNT IN TOUR MONTHS.?NO rNk. Tw<i more bualnem men wanted, with mniill capital, to take "original" Intern i and act as officers In * stock company now b?ing organised on bails of a very valuable patent and manufacturing business. See Hall, Si Hrort !wav room 15. _ Raur chance.?an interest in a very pleasnnt cash business, requiring the assistance ot nnnther gentleman, I* ottered tor $ I,(M); worth at least $I2,UU). Address Cash, boa 217 Harald QMS. SOAP FACTORY FOR HALB OR TO LET-IN THIS city, with everything complete to carry on a large nd extensive business. Apply at Paige Hotel, corner Spring ami West street*. THE MOfcT l-LI(>IiiLK CHI vR STORK <rN BROADway. aliove Kcmtecntli street, lor sale; stock newly , imports : niiu-t ?<i of. ortunity ; In,mediate i>osm>mIoii J. sl. I,1'JT1.K,,J7 luion sciuarv, Broadway, ?LE SHEET. [ BtimtlS OPPORTf WITI1CB. CILVER MINE TOR BALK?PARTLY DBVELOFBD; O situated on Emma Hill, Little Cottonwood mining district, Utah Territory. 25 mllM trom Halt Lake City; Indication* from surface and development! no Car made proving a rich miue and assure purchasers of the safety of the investment; want of capital to further prosecute work the only reaaon for offering it for aale; responsible parties, who will immediately fonn a strung company lor thorough development* can purchase at exact cost, payments part cash and part slock in the company; only responsible parties treated with. For particulars and interview address JOHN C. IRV1N, Poat office. New York. The advertiser (retiring) will dispose op his interest and sell entirely out an old established Business: profitable and soon understood, under the superintendence of the principal; there Is no mistake about this; no humbug; $10,000 will be wanted, so those not having It at command need not answer. CANDOK, nerald office. The stocr and fixtures op the grocery Store 64* East Sixteenth street will positively ne sold ' this day at 10 o'clock at uuctlon, in one or more lots: food fixtures and A general assortment oi groceries. By HOMAs GAPP.shy, Auctioneer, No. 6 Centre street. rCAPITAUHTH.?THE OWNERS OP EXTENSIVE Iron mines (developed) In Berks county, Pennsylvania, desire capital to bnlid a lurnace; will contribute the property toward capital stock, in a corporation to be lornu-d; will prove nt interview a safe and profitable Investment. Call on or address I*. J. BLLNN, 31 Second -avenue, from 8 to 10 A. M.. 6 to 8 P. M. WJANTED?PARTY TO MANUFACTURE AN ARTICLE Tf of hardware (patent); undoubtedly will have an extensive sale: retails at $1 fiO: cost of its present substitute $5. Address (JEL1PSE, Herald office^ WANTF.O-A PARTNER WITH FROM $15,000 TO $20,0 JO In a highly profitable and respectable manntacturing business. Full ami satisfactory particular* given on addres l>ig H. A. L., box 220 Herald ofllce. WANTED?IN AN ESTABLISHED PRODUCE COMmission bouse, A No. 1 stand in*, a partner of means and experience equal to the advertiser. Address. with amount of means aud experience, BUTTER, Herald ofllce. WANTKD?A TAILOR, WITH SMALL CAPITAL. AS partner, in a good buslmess place. Address BUSINESS, box 132 Herald ofllce. m WANTED?A SMART BUSINESS MAN, WITH $10,000, to work a new patent already in operation In this citv; demand for production greater than supply; capital cleared first year. Address PAi'ENT, Herald Uptown Branch office. <fc7nn WILL BUY A CONTKOLLINO INTEREST ?IP I \t\J In a sloop yacht, 21 tons measurement, in One order; adapted for business or pleasure. For particulars address box 2,766 New York Post office. (inn ?A RARE CHANCE IS OFFRED TO BUY ?tJ.Ul/U, out a long established Produce Commission House, having an extensive shipping correspondence in every important State in the Union. Address EUCLID. Herald office. (inn ?A PARTY WITH THIS AMOUNT CAN ?yl.UtUUU. And a most desirable business office, in which saicty and fair reasonable results will ensue; references the best Address SIVAD, Herald office. (feon fMMl ?A GOOD AND SAFE BUSINESS TO ip^l'.vUU. sell out in consequence of bad health; last year's income, ; present assets, $2,000; no risk whatever, but requires attention. Aduresd H., box 162 Herald office, lor this week. fOR SAiiE. ALE AND PORTER BREWERY FOR SALE IN THIS city. See Business Opportunities. A RARE CHANCE.?FOR SALE, AN OLD AND well established Merchant Tailoring and Clothing Business, a short distance in the country, State ot Connecticut. For particulars Inquire of SIMONS & TURK, 12 Llspenard street A RARE CHANCE. ?AN ELEGANTLY FITTED UP Oyster and Chop House, with bar uttached. In a good location tor day trade, will be sold on reasonable terms. Address CHANCE, Herald office. No agents. A RARE CHANCE.?THE STOCK AND FIXTURES of a first class Tea Grocery on one of the leading avenues in Brooklyn, for sale cheap. Apply to W. P. ROOME, 337 (irccnwich street, New York. A THIRD AVENUE OBOORBY 8TOBB, WELL stocked, long lease, doing a good business; the owner 1m going to rotire iroin ttiu business. Apply to OKOBUK KAY. 2,030 Third avenue and 111th street. A first class manufacturing conkectioncry and Ice Cream saloon?Splendid location; Stock, Futures and Tools complute; will be sold cheap lor cash. 719 Sixth avet^i. A IRON SAFES-TWO SECOND HAND SAFES best make; price $70 and $f?. Apply lo P. HEM MBit, carving works, 6.J Cannon street. ACORNKIt LIQUOR STORE FOR SALE CHEAP? On Third avenue; if not sold privately will be sold on Tuesday at auction* Apply to TIiO.MAS OAFFNKY, Auctioneer, No. 6 Centre street. A WIIEELER ft WILSON SEWIXO MACHINE FOR sale?In uood order, as good as new, $28; also one ot Singer's, >20. 802 Sixto avenue. A WHEELER AND WILSON FIRST CLASS FArtlly Sewing Machine (nearly new), handsomely encased in blnck walnut: also het Mink Furs; must be sold; very great bargain. 486 lludsou street ______ AWILLCOX A (UlillS AND A SINliER IMPROVED family Machine, both in perfect order, with attachments ami good us new. Store to let in good locality. 0U3 Greenwich street A WHEELER A WILSON FAMILY SEWING MAchlne.lmndsomol.v encased in wnlnot. nearly new, cost 175. vrtll be sold lor S30in pcriect order; attachments complete. 957 Hleccker street A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY.?FOR SALE. A OAS j v ntting ana riuinmng r.siaousnmeni, uigeinor wim Kerosene Lam in, Oils, Ac., Ac., in a lirxt class location and established lor 19 years hy tlie present owner. For particulars applv at the ARCHKR A PANCOAST OAS fixture manufacturing company, 68, 70 and 72 Wooster street A GOOD CHANCE TO OPEN A CIGAR 8TOPE OR any other class of business.?Fixtures and Furniture fur sale and Store to let, at 9M)t Third avenue, near Filly-tilth street; rent $70, including two nice back Rooms, water, water-closet, coal cellar, Ac. AN EXTRAORDINARY BUSINESS C1IANCE.-THR lease, Rood will and fixtures of one. of the most tavorublv known Kcal f.stata. Insurance and Coal Business, established since 1B(M, over lorty millions of property on books direct trom owners; rentalsand coal commissions will pay office expense; price. $2,800. only those having the cash and meaning business need addiess MOitiUS B. baHK, Tt West ihirty-lourth street A?FOR SALE, AN ESTABLISHED FRUIT STORE' first class location, or would take a partner, with a lew hundred dollars capital; satisfactory reasons given for sciliug. Address B LSI NESS, Herald Uptown Branch ottlce. BUTTER STAND FOR SALE?IN WASHINQTON Market Inquire of COOKE A ECKET, 313 Washington Market _ Drug stoke ~ for sale?in jersky city ; average sales $20 per day; well stocked; price $2,200 cosh. No agents wanted. Address M. M., lleruld i office. Drug store for sale at a bargain.?doino a business of $3,000 a year; must be sold before 19th Inst, if not will he sold at auction: reason for selling, owner ltmvlng the cit.v Apply at .til Tenth avenue. DRUG STORE Fl)R~ SALE?ON A FINE CCUtNER, IN one of our best Western cities; good trade attached; excellent opportunity: terms favorable. Address H. C., No. 2 Huffman struct, Cincinnati, Ohio. T\RUG STORE FOR SALE-HANDSOMELY FITTED i / and well stocked, doing a good business; Soda Foun tain ana Apparatus. Applv to HALb, 152 w llllain street DUUO STORE FOR SALK?ELEGANTLY FITTED up, well stocked; business $10 a <lay; rent $22. with least; price $1.0U0; other business. Address DRUGGIST, Herald Brooklyn Hranch olfcs. 1/OR SALE?AN ESTABLISHED STATIONERY, PIC" lure und Picture Frame Store; good locality; terms easy; good reasons tor selling; investigation solicited, luquire ot H. .-IMONsON, in dwelling, !!0S Mleecker st. noi BALK?CF TOWN, A HOUSEBMITH'S SHOP X1 and Railing Manufactory, with steam engine and lull machinery; suitable lor any manufacturing purpose: shop 28xrt4: three roars' gronnd lease, with horse and wagon; established for ?Ai years; with or without the building; terms easy. Inquire of JOHN S. GRABER. No. 8M Eightii avenue, between Filly first and Fifty-second greets. [jlOR SALK-AN OLD ESTABLISHED SHOE STORK, r doing a profitable business; will be sold on the square; Dears Inspection. Inquire of T. T1SCI1LEK, 14# Minds street, corner of Bridge, Brooklyn. TjlOR SALE?A FIRST CLA8S AND VERY SHOWY r corner Grocery Storo. doing a good trade and situated on a prominent avenue ; rent on store $48 per month; lease on building and reasons for selling satisfactory; sold cheap tor cash. Add rem L. K., Herald Uptown Branch office. IjlOR 8ALE-A WELL KITTED UP FAMILY LIQUOR 1 store, lu good location; long lease; will tie sold cheap; terms to suit. PUELAN AJVOVAL,_? South street For sale?on account of death, a first clans Corner Liquor Store, west side. Apply ttf O. H. TVL'-.K, wholesale liquors, S7 and 89 Hudson street 1/OR SALE?FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT AND P Boarding House, doing a good business: long lease; rent client. Address F. L. MATHOT, 101 West Thirtyseventh street. For sale-stock and fixtures of a milli. nery and Fancy Goods store; one of the beat locations in Jersey City. Address J. II. M , box lltt Herald office. For sale-dry ooods.?the stock, fixtures and Lease of a Dry Good* and Gent's Furnishing Store, neatly fitted up, on a good avenue on east side ; rent low. This is a rare offer tor a man desirous of going into DiuineM lor tne uil. AUdrcvi t. box iud ueraiu nfflre. I/OR SALK-STORE7C0NTAININGl'ONVECTIONERY J? and Fancy Oooda; reasonable price. 630 hast Sevcuteenth utreoi. For salk-the stock and fixturrs ok a nicely fitted up Grocery and Tea Hloro; owner haa a preaa ?r other bu?Uicai Call ai liu Hroadway, William*burg. For sale-oyster and samplr rooms, situated in one of the bent location* in Newark, N. J.; four year*'leaite; will be Bold at a aacriflce. Apply to D. J. yl 10LKY, H7 fo>th atreet. New York. For sale?thr lease, stock and fixtures of a Book. Mueic un I Stationery Store, with dwelling attached ; mckncai the cauao of aellit.f. Apply at 480 Eighth avenue. For sai<r?a liquor stork, with stock, fixturea and leaxe of house ; reaaon for aelltiig the owner ha* two and wlahe* to dispose of one. Inquire of 1*. IIanaha.n, corner of Weat liouaton and Greenwich street*. For salk-mrs. s. costello's old establi*hed Millinery and Fancy Goods Store, on Newark avenue, Jersey City (Helghta, N. J.. near tho Five Cofnera; will be aold for *$*> If bought within *ix d?y*, Good Will, stock and Flxtnrea included ; one Show Caae, 12 feet long: rent, including five Kooini, $?0. Ijv>r sale?a small truckino business. ad' ilren carman, box 1si Herald office. FIOR SAI.Kr AI A vKI!Y LOW FIGURE, Tiff: STOCK nn I Vixturos oi nn old entabllslicd Millinery Htore. I situated on the in- t pari of 1 hird avenue. li. M CUND1T. bait Twelfth strait. FOR lUt. FUB BALE?THE BEmT cormeb family liquok * Store, with Ave y?ar?' Le'a.-e, ou Eighth avenue above Forty-second street: also a first claat tauillv Ovster ' * House, above Thirty-fourth street on 8lxth avenM- doea all the reapectable trade of Murray HllL CUFF a v'ar. quahab8qn, 111 West Thirty-sixth itreet ijhjb sale?BUSINESS, OOOD will, stock and I? fixture* of Liquor Store, Leffert's Park Houm corner Gat e* and Tompkina avenue, Brooklyn. FOB SALE?THE CORNER WINE and LIQUOR Store, corner Fulton street and Red Hook lane. Brooklyn: must be sold by Monday. IS o'clock; a mil bargain; lease 6 years. Apply in store. Fob sale-a silver show case, 8 feet lono. 30 Inches hixti; will be sold cheap for cash. JOHN I). M OK AN, 206 Hudson street, corner DoabroaMit ttior ralg-a rash and blind factory in oom. . r plete running order: work guaranteed;. teriua easy. Address H.. box 218 Herald oHice. Fob 8ale?photogbaph galleby; the veb1t, 1 beat location in the city, on Broadway. Apnly to Mr* LEACH, with K. A H. T. Anthony A Co., il81 B o idwtiy. Fob balk?the well known ale. wine ani> Lager Beer Vaults 3W Broadway, corner of Beade street. Fob bale?the lease and fixtubbs ok the best retail Shoe Store on Eighth avenue: will bo1 sold at reasonable price for cash. Apply at KKOGU'S, 249 Eighth avenue. FOB SALE OR EXCIIANOE?ON ACCOUNT OP death of the proprietor, a Hardware and Houso Furnishing Store, with Hoofing Business connected with < it and all necqssary tools, situated in Brooklyn, and now doing a good rash trade, luuuire of 8. JOQNBON, 133 Eighteenth street, Brooklyn, or at 128 Maiden lane, N. ?^_ Fob sale cheap?old established sewing1 Machine and Repair Store; doing a good business. , Par lculars on applieaUon to A L. WHITNEY, Ill Fulton street, Brooklyn, room 3. ICE BUSINESS FOR SALE?POUB GOOD ROUTES,.! eight horses, five wagons and everything used iobuslnessiwill sell cheap, as owner has other business. 347 West Thirty-sixth street , I WILL DISH08K OP MY CARTINO BUSINESS; A safe and profitable Investment tor any one seeking such a business. Address JOHNSON, herald office. LIQUOR STOBE POR SALE?GOOD STAND. NO. 3M West Twenty-sixth street PLUMBING, OAS AND STEAM PITTING ESTABlishinent, 16 years established; best location on Third avenue; line store for house tarnishing and hardwapa fir nrnftkorxr hiiilnitu* <*h*an n>n? a,i,1 ?? r i- v SIMPSON, box 1'06 Herald Uptown Branch office. PRINTING OFFICE?WITH TWO CYLINDER AND> two OorJon Presses, a large variety of Type and a fair run of busmen, lor sal*, with Good Will, cneap. Auply to ANSON HKKRICK'SSONS, 24 Beelunan street. Safes for sale cheap.-a large size safe, two medium and one small Safe, Herring's, l.illle'g and WHJer's make, at S, G. QUIRK'4, 7 Liberty street. Safes.?we are now offering great bargainsin second hand Safes; buyers will do well to give our stock an examination before purchasing elsewhere. TKRWIL.LJGER A CO., 100 Maiden lane, near Fearl street SHOE STORE FOR SALE. OR EXCHANGE FOR house Lot within flfteen minutes of ferries In Brook* lyn. Address EXCHANGE, Biooklyu Post office. . TO THE RIGHT PARTY.?FOR SALE, THE LEASEJ Good Will and Fixtures of an elegant recently retittcd and renovated Store: 26feet (glass) trout, 9f) feet deep, la one of the livest and best business towns in the coal regions ol Pennsylvania; a large and successful dry goods business has been done ill same; eleven years'lea so iron) October, 1873. Kesponaible parties may address, for particulars, GOOD WILL, Herald office. Tailoring establishment for sale?can be bought at a sacrifice; sickness the cause. Call at office, 310 West Fortieth street, rear. WILL BUY STOCK AND FIXTURES CANDY and Variety Store: best business block, ^/ist side; three rooms, %zi; pay ist ol the month; owner going to country. 419 East HI I tee nth street dfcOKfl WILL KUV THE STOCK, FIXTURES ANI> ?POt)u Goodwill of a Grocery doinu u nice business; satisfactory reasons given for selling. Apply oa premises MO Grand street, W illminsbiyg. (fcann ?GROCERY FOR SALE.?SPLENMD?UWU. chance lor a new beginner- Stock, Fixtures live years' Lease; low rent: Horse and Wagon. Apply at store, 371 West Fitly-second street. P MACHINERY v A LARGE LOT OF NEW AND SECOND HAND? Steam Engines and Boilers, steam l'umns anil Tanks. Fl.WKY A HOFFMAN, Manufacturers. 202 to 22a Water street, Brooklyn. A LARGE QUANTITY OK ENGINES, BOILERS and Steam Pmups. new and second hand. Apply to P. OASSIDY, Nos. 4 to 10 Bridge street, Brooklyn, manufacturer and dealer in new and second hand machinery. , * LARGE LOT OF NEW AND SECOND HAND J\. Ilolsiing, llorizc ntal, Eprightand Portable Engines, Boilers, Tanks, steam Pumps, Bhaftirg, Pulleys, Ac.. bought, sold and exchang'd at BENJAMIN FOX'S, &l4 and 516 West Thirty-fourth street AT WILSON A ROAKE'S, WATER AND DOVER, street"?Sccoud hand Engines, Rollers and Steam. Pumps, al' sizes; Shaftine, Pulieys, Hangers, Piping, AcFactories fitted up by contract. At willard a de bevoi8em, 45 dey street? Seconl hand Engines, Boilers, Pumps, Lathes, Planers, Rendering Tanks, one 25-horse Ryder's cut off vertical Engine, Blowers, Shafting and Pulleys. BUSH'S PATENT CENTRIFUGAL PUMP-GUARANued to draw water greatest height; gravel no obstruction; scud for circulars. RICHARD BUSH A CO., 194 and 196 Nineteenth slreet South Brooklyn, N. Y. % Baxter steam engine, five-horse; largs lot Shafting, Belting. Pulleys, Paint Mills, Machines, Printers' Material, Ac., bv virtue of execution*, will bo *o<d by me, at 93 Maiden laue, on Monday, Sept. IS, at II A. M. MARVIN R. CLARK, Marshal. FOR SALE-CHEAP, THREE WOODWORTH P LA Iters and Matchers; alfo Surtacer, Moulding, Mortising, Tenoning, Shaping. Band Saw, Scroll, > w;ng Saw, Saw Blades, Lathes, Leather ana Rubber Bcltiua, Ac. GEORGE HARVEY A CO., i!3 Uenry street II<OR SALE?CHEAP, ONE UPRIGHT EIGHT IIORSB 1 power Boiler, with upright six horse Engine. Puinp. Heater, Pipes ai.d i ixturcs; all complete and in good running order. Apply to T. 8. ATWiTER, 24 Whitehall street INDUCEMENTS. ORDINARY AND EXTRAORDInury.? All the Machinery (Brass Finisher's). Lathes, Engines, Boilers, Presses, Shafting, Pulleys. Platform Scalev, Gas Machines, Steam and Hydraulic Pumps, must be sold within ten days, at 84 Centre street. Machinery for sale-consisting of lathes, shaprrs drilling machine, stocks and dies, Ac. Apply to JOHN Moss A CO., jO and M Water street, Brooklyn. TWO SMALL ENGINES FOR SALE.?WILL BE SOLO cheap i'or cash; an upright Engine, 8-mch bore by 13inch stroke, with pmnu and governor complete; second hand. Also an unriihl 9 Inch bore hv 12-Incli stroke new. Can be seen at Vulcan Iron Works, 42 and 44 Hudson street, Jersey City. TWO 2-8CKEW CUTTING, 6 FEET LONG, A.ND TWO bruss Lathes. in goo 1 order. t. HoLLaND, No. 8 Gold street. r LET-LATHE8, WITH POWER, BY THE WEEK or month, at 132 and 134 Hrst street, Williamsburg. Apply ttf E. WHITE. WANTED TO PURCHASE?A TWO HORSE STEAM Cylinder or a complete Propeller Engine, lor a H foot pleasure boat. Address, with lull particulars an.L lowest cash price, G. M. M., Hoboken Post office. Z CLOTHINGAT H. ROSENTHAL'S, 233 THIRD AVENUE, NEAR Nineteenth street, ladies and gentlemen will obtain lull value ot cast off Clothing, Carpets Ac., by calling or addressing. Ladies attended to by Mrs. Rosenthal. AT EDWARD MILLEii'S ESTABLISHMENT, 68 Sixth avenue, between Washington and Waveriey place (formerly ItiO Seventl) avenue), the utmost value paid in cash lor cost off Clothing, Carpets, Ac., by callliitr or addressing. Ladies attended by Mrs. Miller. AT B. MINTZ'S NKW STORE. 248 THIRD AVENUH, between Twentieth and Twenty-first streets, ladies and gentlemen will be astonished at the great prices I pay In cash for Cast-off Clothing, Carpets. Jewelry; <l> to <75 tor Silk Dresses; ('oats. (3 to $33; Pants. $2 to <1. A uoie uy post punctually alien lea u> uy u. ur Arm Mint/.. , AT S. MISH'S, IV THIRD AVRNUB.-LADIEB AND gentlemen can receive the highest price for Oa?t-ofl Clothing n?,d ( urpets by calling or addressing. Laiiet attended i| Mr*. Mish. IIRKKAL PRICKS WILL BE PAID FOR LADIKS' J and gentlemen'* Wearing Apparal, Carpet*, Laces, Jewelry and Diamonds. as 1 have a great demand fot them Irom all Daru ot (he We?t. Call on or address Mr. or Mr* I. AN II ALT, 178 Seventh avenue. TO MERCHANT TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS.-l will para lair price for any quantity ol Clothing. ouch km misfits, ssmpie good*, Ac., suitable Tor the Wesu em trade. Address IHOMAS D. CONROY, 801 Ptarlst. I/BWTI8TRY. ' A BEAUTIFUL SET OF TEETH, $8 TO $10; SINGLE $1: warranted ; extracting with gas, 80c.; silver tilling*. 50c. Open Sunduy* till U. 202 Sixth avenue. Remember, 262. t Artificial teeth inserted permanently.. without platen, clasp* or any extraction*; teeth built upon stump* to their original ^hape and color. Dr. SIOESMOND, ft hast Tenth street, near University. Absolutely painless.-tkkth extracted^ Iresh gas dally; Combination Sets, extremely Hunt i and durable; Kubber Set*, <10. 216 Mxth avenue. lietween fourteenth and Fifteenth streets. Established U years. Dr. L^BEKHAKD. A BEAUTIFUL AND SUBSTANTIAL SET OF OUM Teeth >10 and $18. warranted to tit perfectly; Teeth tilled at reasonable price*. All work warranted first class. at J>r. wiim-.s Sixth avenue. FULL HET, ?6; pilling, so CENTS; CLEANING, $l All work warranted. 82 Eaat Fourth street, tieai Second venue. , , MBPlCAt. > Attentioni dr. pranklin <latk or pkuhhia) fonsultntlon tree; private offlcc. 161 Bleecfctr at Advice KRp,h.?dr. a mmk. dbspard, phy slclang, 41 East Twenty-eighth ?t, near Pourih at. Am. mauriokau, m. d.-ofpicb 129 libkrtv rtrcet, near tirrrnwicli street _ A -iii:. A Nil madame rkynal, from paris . uffl ... m Amity *ne.;t Call or write. aflrtoa free A-madamp. rkhtrll. physician sincb im oiltce, No. I i-.a.-i r?M * .. first door irom 5th av. A?MMK. MAXffKLL, PHYflCIAN, RESIDENTS . 114 Kast Tenth mreet, near ihlrd avenue. , \ ?DR. AND MM''. GRINDLS, PHYSICIAN I ,Ji j\.? years' iira.-'li-o). I/*' Wjit Twuntv-tixtu ?'.reji. Dr. and mm:'., mbldkn, no. ?7 ami! y scrskT V near Kiuh avenue. Advicu ir.-c. call or writ*.