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\ umri. Hit. ()>) ~ EAST 31.ST ST ?A COMPETENT WOMAN TO ukt care of ?n invalid ur sick person; good ret e r> nee. _ ?).?/? H 1ST 'CD sr.- A RESPECTABLE GIRL, lately lauded, to into care of children In a pri vate latully. ill - I. AST SUTII ST.?A RESPECTABLE WOMAN ? \ t w i -lii -i a baby to wet nurae at her own home. Call for two days. _ ?.-/i WEST 41-1 sr.?A RESPECTABLE YOUNG It ' nersou us uur-c and seamstress. Address J. gCHKOETER. *?/?.? WEST 41ST sT - A RESPECTABLE SWEDISH _l)? woiimii reduced ill circumstance*. to wait on a lud\ or to lake care oi growing children. Can be seen SfWM days. _________________ si/i.l EAST III I'll ST. ?A Vol >11 GIRL AS NURSE; kHid and attentive to children; well recoui Oiciided innn le i las. employer; no obiectioti to go a ?hurt distuni' in the country, t'au he seen lor two hay - idol WEsT -7TH ST-A VIRGINIA WOMAN AS _?)?> i oiupetent uioiithly nurse; best city reference troio lost ladies and doctors. Can lie seen night and day. Or II Ml LBKRHY ST., REAR?A MIDDLE AGED Ol'I woman as children s iiurse ; city reference. Gall oi address. ill)/; WEST 41ST *T . IN TUE GROCERY STOKE ? ?>' " ) 4 voung glri, age 16. to mind children, to go a short distance in the country. Call lor two days. ?J|i(l EAST .'4111 ST ? A Yol NG PROTESTANT GIRL, ?>1F.F lately arrived, us cnildren's nurse and seani streis r io do chainberwork and waiting, no objection 10 the country, t all lor two days. *-11 ft BAJBT 1ST I! - t BXSPBOTABIsE WOMAN ? ?10 as nurse and to do plain sewing; ran take entire charge oi a baby and briutr it up on the bottle ; no ob;ee tiun to go to the country with a lainily ; best rcleruucn iroui last place. QOA 74TH ST., BETWEEN 1ST AND 2D ATA?A O?i healtny voung wouiau as wet nurse , lier baby is lix weeks old : able and willing to make herself useful 11 required. Call lor two days. *>?)?> WEST 4'U> ST., NEAR 8TH AV.-A Vol N.; ?1 ? _ scotch Protestant girl us nurse and to do plain ?ewinv, or us waitress in a private tumilr; good ret ereuee. 3t>?> EAST 16TH ST.?PROTESTANT WOMAN AS ? O eh.Id's nurse, understands the care of chil dren ; Is willing and obliging Oor. East itth sr. between 2D and 3D avs.? OOtl A young American girl, 15 years old. to miud children; ci y or country; good city reference. Call lor two days. O III MART MM ST.. FIRST FLOOR, RACK.?A OT" respectable girl (lately landed) would make a verv good nurse and tine seuuisiress. Call lor two days, at her aunt's. on WEST <6TH ST.-A RESPECTABLE YOUNG ?'? ' r girl as nurse and to de plain sewing; a fumtly Kalng in the country preferred ; two years' city reference 'oui lust place. ODD WEST 27TII ST.?A RESPECTABLE WOMAN ? >Uf 1 as child's nurse; capable of taking entire jhurge ot ai: lnlnnt from its birth; best reference. Call for two days. *>7"l WEST 58D ST.. BETWEEN KTH AND 9TH OF L avs?A tiighlv respectable girl to take 'lie en tire charge oi a babv ; nua three vears' reference iroin her last place ; no objection to go io the country with a laui-ly. yliin 1ST AV.-A THOROUGHLY COMPETENT T:v/"> and experienced Protestant woman as infant's nurse. < an be seen for two days, from 10 to 4 o'clock. dl O WEST 41ST ST.-a RESPECTABLE WOMAN TO TlO take a baby to bring up oil the bottle, will be sure to have a mother's care. Call or address. 41 431 - EAST 18TH ST.?A RESPECTABLE YOUNG ? ?-> girl, 16 years ot age. residing with her parents, to mind a child and make herself useful. Call or ad dress tor threa days. 41 - WEST JiTH ST.?A GIRL, AGED 18, AS Ttl*? nurse; is u good sewer; willing to go in the country; relerences If required. 400 GREENWICH ST.?A RESPECTABLE YOUNG ? 0 girl, ugeil 15 years, would like to go In the coun try tor the summer with a very respectable ladv to tuke cure of a baby only. Apply, lor one day, at her parents' residence. WEST 42D ST.?A PROTESTANT GIRL AS nurse and to do plain sewing. A o; WEST S9TH ST.?WANTED, A BABY TO WET TOO iiurse at my own bouse. None but respectable persona need apply to Mrs. .M A COY. 4t"J FT II AV KING THE BELL TWICE.-A Tfc'JO young French girl, lately arrived, to take care oi grown children in an American family; no ubiection to the country, t all for two days. 1(JC 3D AV -AN AMERICAN WOMAN AS MONTHLY I nurse has 18 y ears' experience; beat city ref erence from ladies and and physicians; no objection to the country- terms moderate call on or uddress Mrs. H. AO 7 STB .4V.. BETWEEN 35TH AND 31TH STS.?A jJO I young girl as nurse; can assist with plain sew tag or chamberwork it required; over lour year*' city reference. Call or address, Iroin lu to 4. 11TII AV., BETWEEN 43D AND 44TI1 AV8.?A young wumuu as wet nurse to a respectable , 583 tamily. Dll CTH AV.-A LADY LEAVING THE CITY UtI would like to find a situation for one of her ser vants, a most excellent girl, who has been with her two fears; Is a competent nurse or would do general house work ; Stateu Island. /Tit I t?TU AV.-AS NURSE: CAN TAKE ENTIRE f '/"l charge of un Infant from birth; three years' rftv or country relerence. King tli rd bell. 707 PEARL ST. FRONT ROOM.?A RESPECTABLE | ') I French girl as nurse; lias bad several years' experience; can take entire charge ot children and do plain sewing ;,r-; class reference. Call tor two days. rc-.Lt lira at., third floor, front-a re t v'U spectable young woman as nurse; capable of taking care ot children from theii birth ; no objection to the country or travelling. Call tor two days. 7Q1 7TH AV? NEAR KV ST.-AS NURSE FOR s Ox grdwing children; is fully capable ot taking en tire charge of the nursery or an infant from the monthly nnrse: would go to the country : best city reference. Q1 J 6TH AV.-A RESPECTABLE GIRL TO MIND A ClT baby and do plain sewing; three years' refer ence troni her last place. Q 1 9TH AT.. BETWEEN ?2D AND 63D STS.?A RE i7*X?J speetable young girl a< nurv? and seamstress or to do light charaoerwork ; no objection to the country. 1 1 01 lST AV- THIRD FLOOR, BACK ROOM. 1.1' ' L A respectable youug woman as wet aurse; her first baby is five weeks old. BROADWAY, NEAR 2STH .-T. (DRETcHER'3 bair store-. ?An experienced English Protes tant woman a-nurse for grown children. Infant or in valid. and to do plain sewing; citv or country; good ref erence. ICQh dD av , BETWKBN 108TB and MBTH STs ? iOvu A young English woman wishes to travel to England as nurse with a family. Call on or address, any day this week. E. LhN COLLaRD AYtiU.NO AMERICAN PROTESTANT GIRL, 14 years old, to assist in the care of children and do Ufht work. ddress Miss P01TEK. station F. TIT"ANTED?A SITUATION BY A YOUNG GIRL (15) tt to take care ot children. Apply on Botievard, be tween o4 th and 05th sts. 1.189 Waitresses. Ac. *1 WEST iVTH ST., PRESENT EM PLOVER'S.?A O neat, respectable girl as waitress or chambermaid and waitress; is quick and thorough in her work; best relerence. ln< EAsT ir.TH ST.-A YOUNG GIRL AS WAIT _L"/0 ress and chambermaid; no objection to the coun try; best city relerence. lOi) WEST l.JTIl ST., HEAR.?A YOUNG.WOMAN I??? as first cla-s waitress or chambermaid: under ?t.ini!s salad- and dressing : city or country; no objections to a private boarding house ; best city relerence. 1E>7 WEST 2V*ril ST.. BETWEEN 6TH AND 7TH i I avs rear house.?A voung wuriiau as first class wattrcssor 1 bamberiuanl, either city or country; good city reference 9*39 east istii st between to and 3D avs ? ?'A respectable girl s? first cluss waitress: willing to assist with Vghl cbambcrwork liest city references. Can be seen ul her preseut employer's. I W7 20 vV H""M N' *??* RESPECT A B LB 1.1?1 girl as waitress in a private family or private boarding house; city or country; city reiere'uce. 1 01*J BROADWAY BETWEEN WTH AND 3PTH I J . ? IV) sta.tn the tiower store ? As first class waitress iu a private futuily; uo obiection to the country; beat City reference. VII Neclia neons. ??(1 laight ST first FLOOR,?a MIDDLE-AGED \J<' w >nian, in a private family or boarding house; no obfectbiu to couutry ; has a good idea of making milk and nutter vr. CO! la 1 SECOND FLOOR.?A RESPECTABLE '? person, with her daughter, as ladies mailt and seamstress or nurse; is coui|ietetil in each branch; no obiection to the country . good relerence. Call tor two days. m WKST .'Urn ST. ? A respectable girl as lad mad or to tin ?? - are of growing children, would lie willing to u --1st Willi the cliaaiberwork, best city relerence. < all for two da vs. 2 -/| WEST29TH ST.?a COLORED WOMAN WISII ')\J ee a situation, in tlie city or country , bestcity reference. Call for t vodays ?JCM 4TH AV., -H'dNIi FLOOR,?A VERY CAP O*' jr able una experienced German girl as lady's maid or seamstress, best roierences. >119 WEST arTH ST?A RESPECTABLE young Tl ? girl as lady s ranld and seamsiress, or to take care of children and do plain sewing; r-1 ty or Country ? no obiection to travel; excellent city reh-reuce. ) all or address. r*J7 6TII AV .?A TIDY, HIGHLY RK8PKI TABLE ? IOI young colored girl us luov's maid, child a nurse or chambermaid. Aridreas or call on MissBKTTtK /?1y 6TH AV. SECOND FLOOR.-A RESPECTABLE UIO Frenrh girl in a private tauiliy as nurse, lady'* maid and to ??. 1 (III* 3D A\ ?A YOUNG GIRL TO TAKE CARE I."?)U 01 a child or to ussistwith light homework; D willing and obliging. ANY REMUNERATIVE EMPLOYMENT WILL BE Jx acceptable to a lady of moderate talent. Address Moderation,box ltio Herald otfics. Intelligence Offlcss. BEST bBRVANT GIRLS ARE TO Bt BAD AT BRANDT'* luSUtate, Mb lilUlMifi D PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED? FEMALES. A RESPECTABLE PROTESTANT SERVANT DE 1 V sites ti> go to I urope with a (amity In the capacity of nur?e or companion or uiiierwise. Apply at 23 Univer sity place. 1 N ACCOMPLISHED lady teacher wishes to -2X go to 1 nrope or 'o any part ol the world as teacher or coiupuniun salary iiu obiect; good reference. Ad dress i i HA. box 1M llerald Uptown Hranch office. A N INTEl.LlGHN T, Kb FINED YOl NO I.ADY, l'OS -\ sensing the advantage ot an accomplished educa tion, a ii u? Hi on not menial. Address L Y., llerald Up tuwn Hranch otttcv. ? GOVERNESS. WHO HAS THE BEST REFER .'\ aces and who sneaks ttueutly the French. Clertnan and English languages, wishes to take the entire charge ui i?ii children iu a taitilh K'dug to the country. she also teaches tnuslc, drawing and the F nglisn language. Address Mt>? BLANCHE, station It, Hrand st-, N. \. W'AN Ti.D?BY A YOUNO LADY CAPABLE OF ?' teaching four modern languages, the coniinon English brunches and music, a position as governess in a ? amils . best references given and required. Address Miss M. T . box 1-W Herald office. HELP WANTB 1>?FBMALES. AT MMK ROGER'S, 71) UNIVERSITY PLACE? Wauti d. some good skirt trimmers; also a person to loop overdresses. i T THE FREE HOME AND EMPLOYMENT HOUSE.? J\ Wanted, nine women and girl* (to-day); good situa te ii". elt.v and country; also two Herman girls. 138 6th av., above loth st. ? RESSM A K KRS WANTED?AT 161 6TH AV., BE tween 11th and 12th sts. TJUR8T CLASS DRESSMAKERS WANTED.?THOSE r only with rood references need apply. No applica tion until alter 9 o'clock A M ANDERSON, no West 88th st.. near 6th av. (MOOD DBIMVAIIM WANTED?AT 101 WEST iisT X st.. corner Sth av. H. OORRIK. (s IRI.S WAN TED I MM KDIATELY?HIGHEST WAGES X given: good situations ready. Conse and see at ODBLL'S, 109 West Stth ?L __ ("1 IRL WANTED-TO GO A SHORT DISTANCE IX T the country: must be a good wash er and ironer and plain cook. Apoly at 143 West 42d st. TV AN TED?A I.Al'NDRKHH, WHO WILL BE WILL v? Ing to assist in general housework; test city ret erence required. None otuer need upply at 16 East 67th st. WANTED?AN EXPERI ENCED GERMAN COOK TO TV assist with washing and ironing and is willing to go into the country tor the summer. Call at 1*9 West gist St., between 9 aod 2 o'clock. WANTED?A FRENCH NURSE To TAKE CAKE OF " an Infant; references required Apply at 3* West 10th si. oil Tuesday, petween 1 and 3 P. V. WANTED?A COMPETENT NURSE To TAKE TV charge ol an in taut; able to do plain sewing. Ap ply at 229 West 14th St. WANTED?A YOUNG GIRL WHO CAN WASH AND TV iron, to dn^eueral house work lor a family ol two. Apply to Mrs. GIB BO MB, :slti gait 79th st. "WANTED? 4T 19 WEST 9T11 ST.. AN OBLIGING, TV honest woman for general housework. WANTED?A PROTESTANT WOMAN AS NURSE TV tor two little children, a short distance from New York; unexceptionable references required. Apply on Tuesday, from 2 to 4 o clock, ut 16 West 31st st. WANTED?A YOUNG WOMAN TO GO TO THE TV country as good rook, washer and ironer; good references required. Apply, to-day and to morrow, at 213 West 14th St.. between 9 and I. WANTED?FOR A PLACE IN THE COUNTRY, A Tt Protestant woman; must be a good cook, washer and ironer, and able to unlk : a little girl. In or 12 t ears ?f age. would not be objected to with her mother. Applv, between 10 and 12 on 1 ue^dav morning, ut 43 East'23d sc. WANTED?A FIRST CLASS IKUNER IN A HOTEL, TT who can Ante. Apply at 511 Broadway. WANTED-A FIRST ASSISTANT FOREWOMAN IN TV the dressmaking department ot a leading Broad way house; must thoroughly understand her business and be a first class fitter. Address, with relereuces, for two days, ARTIST, box 141 llerald office. /"ANTED?A GOOD COLORER FOR ARTIFICIAL Mowers and ostrich leathers. Address C. a. S., X\TANTED?A YOUNG WOMAN. THAT IS A GOOD TV plain washer and ironer and willing to make her self useful. Call at 167 West 34tb ?t. TI7ANTED-TWO GOOD DRESSMAKERS; THOSE TV preferred who can opera;e on Wheeler A Wilson's machine. Apply at .01 West 36tti st. Ring the bell twice. \lr ANTED?TEN YOUNG WOMEN WHO UNDER T? stand dressmaking and can do tine sewing. Apply to Mrs. ORi.T i l, dress and cioak ni iter. 318 West 27th st. WANTED?A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HolSEWORg; M tamily small. Apply at 229 West 49th at. Ti"ANTED-A PROTESTANT OR GERMAN GIRL TO m do general housework in a small American family; must be a ^ood washer, ironer and plain Cook. Call alter s A. M.. at36? West 15th st, with references. \17ASTED-AN EXPf- RIENl'ED COOK, WASHER o and ironer: must he a Protestant and have good city references. Apply at 255 W est 55th st WANTED?FIRST CLASS HANDS TO WORK AT TV dressmaking. Apply ut 149 East 2lst st. "IITANT ED?A GIRL TO COOK, WASH AND TO DO TV the work ot the lower part 01 the house. Apply at No. 24o West 11th st. basement door. W ANTED?.A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSEWORK: TV must be a good washer, ironer and plain cook. Ap ply at 573 3d av. 117ANTED?25 FIRST CLASS DRESSMAKERS; ALSO TV an apprentice, that can come well recommended. Apply at 1.U26 2d av. Wanted?.a first class bundle washer T? and ironer; also a chambermaid; must have first class references. Apply at City Hotel, corner ot Broad way and 8th st Y17A.XTED?UW THOROCOllLY EXPERIENCED TV hands on 'gentlemen's bows and scarfs, to work steadily in the store. FLEISCH A CO., 47ti Broadway. WASTED.-A PROTESTANT WOMAN AS WAIT ress. Call with lines at 21 East 24th st after 10 o'clock. WANTED?A SMART GIRL, FOR GENERAL HOUSE TV work, washing and ironing. Apply, between 12 and 4, at 428 West 24th St. AITaNTED-A PROTESTANT GIRL, ABOCT 16 YEARS TT old, to attend children and make herself generally useful. Apply at 429 West 47th st tlTAN'TED?A GOOD COOK. TO OO TO THE CO UN. TV try with a private family; must understand her business and nave good city relerence. Applv. trom 8 to XI, at 424 West 20th at Tlf ANTED-A iOUNG GIRL; MUST BE A GOOD TV plain cook washer and ironer and assist is the gen eral housework; references required. Apply at No. 4U6 East 8th st. WaNTED-A RESPECTABLE GIRL FOB THE Oh.N VV eral housework in a small lamily; must b? a good washer and ironer; reference required. No. 346 2d av., up stairs. 7 ANTED?FIRST CLASS DRESSMAKERS; ALSO good plain sewers; none others need apply. 103 East 27th st. WANTED?IN A SMALL FAMILY A CHAMBER tnaid to do the fine washing and ironing and to as sist with the waiting; good re:?rences required, inquire at 103 oust tiUth st. w TIT A N TK D?A FIRST CLA8S SEAM sTRESS?ONE TV capable of teaching a child 7 years old; city refer ences re,|inre<i. "ni- ba-ement bell at No. 4(J West.',0th st. UrANTED?A tOOIOOBItl COMPETENT SEAM stress oaa wboi* a neat operator on Wheeler A Wilson's machine und perfectly understands children's and iniunti' clothe. Apply, uiter 9 o'clock, at 414 West 34th St. /?I LEXINGTON AV?wanted, an AGRKKAlLB Ui Intelligent American woman as houaeaeeper; one to learn hot-air bathing; also urst eleaaeeok; nailhea older than 23 J '-.ii J(1G 3D At BETWEEN 33 D AND 'ITII STS ?A *X?7?J girl wanted tor general housework a short dis tance in the country. Apply in siofe. MTLATIOS* WANTED?MALES. V YOUNG FRENCHMAN WANTS A SITUATION as waiter or valet with an American family; n.i oliiecfiou to the country. best eitv reference from his last place Address fc D , 465 4th av. SMART LAD, AGED 18, GOOD PENMAN. A. desires a situation In any capacity Addreas J. O. C.. Herald office A musically and otherwise fairly edu cateil American youth (17 year, ot nee- desires a po sition toinakc himself generally useful, with prospects to advance in a good business or manufacturing house; he speaks and writes German.- is willing; resides with his parents and expects but small salary; can lurm-h the best references. Address C. A. uKEUuKl, 16] .South 1st St.. Brooklyn. E. D. A SITUATION WANTED?IN AN OFFICE, BY A RE. spec-table English boy; best reference given. Ad dress E. V ., 5U3 West 5Ath sL A BARKEEPER'S SITUATION WANTED-BY A i\ yoiing man who thoroughly understands the busi ness ifid is accustomed to first class Ira le ; A1 references lurnislied. Address W., barkeeper, llerald office. AS PANTRYMAN OR STOREROOM KEEPER?A . V. si nation wanted f>y u young man; age 22. Address C. D? box 140 Herald Uptown Hradch office. \ YOUNG COLORED MAN WANTS A SITUATION? In a private family: no objection to the country! good reference from last employer. Call at 72 5th nv. A FRENCHMAN, AGED 34 YEARS. WISHES A BIT. xx uaiion as valet de chnmbre: willing and obliging; good references: .i private tamily preferred. Addre-s A. L., 241 Wooster street. A GERMAN WISHES A SITUATION AS PORTER JX. (Wages moderate) can conn- well recommended. Address PORTER, bo* 112 Herald Uptown Branch office AN INTELLIGENT BOY WISHES A SITUATION IN an office or whole-ale business; can writs a good hand. Andreas J. T. t , 337 East :>4th st. A LADY DESIRES TO SECURE A PLACE. EITHER 71 ,n town er country, lor her waiter, a Frenchman, who speaks English; she can recommend htm In all re spec is arid would not part with film If she were uot breaking up for the summer. ( all at 163 West 34th at. \ SITUATION IN AN Y CAPACITY WANTED?BY AN Jt upright. Industrious young man. fair penman, quick at figures and not an aid to work; good reitrencea. Add ft asNrEDY |,ox 167 Herald office. A SITUATION WANTRD-BY A YOUXO MaN AS waiter hi a private family, four yeara' good refer ence: city or country. Address H. M. B , bo* 164 Herald Uptown branch office. ? first clajS waiter Man-speaks frenc Italian and English: na oblsetlontp tba oountr f?Ss? ii ?%Ins.'uwS.a?' SITUATIONS WANTED?MALES. A colored man, MaRKIKD. TAKING CASS OS hi* present employer'* house, wishes tome dav work, driving, porter or office man. Address t. D llerald uptown Branch office. 1 YOUNG FRENCHMAN, WIIO SPEAKS ENGLISH. .1 w ishes u situation as waiter in a respectable pri vate lutnily; tew year*' experience' good reference. Addrc? It. M C., box 119 Herald Uptown Branch ..thee. \ YOUNG MAX WANTS A SITUATION A< WAITER; -A city or country; latter preferred. Address 136 West 42d st. 4 MAN AN I' WIFE (KNOUSH PROTESTANTS', S\ with no children, want situation* a* thorough cook and waiter In a private family; country preterred; wage* no object, hut a comfortable'home. Addres* t'. W , No. I'M; hast l.'th si., liuseiueiit. Hov want- a situation?can read write nod speak English; live* with Ins parents; run come well recommended. Address It. R., Herald office. F3N0LISHMAN' WANTS A SITUATION TO TAKE j tull charge ol'a larni. Apply to or address f. S., .-76 Rroadway, seed store. SITUATION WaNTKD-IN ANY CAPACITY. BY A kt youug man of vnod address; eight years' husines* experience; good peinnaii; strictly temperate would drive u wagon tor a tint class house. Address W. E. H-, Herald Uptown Branch office. SITUATION WANTED-AS BARKEEPER, A YOUNG O man, 22 years ol uite; three years' experience in the city; satisfactory reference and security if required. Address I. H., 33 3d a v. rro physicians and patients.-a man desires 1 to intend as man nurse during illness ; iree for poor. Address Mr. PROSPER, Post office. UrANTBO?A SITUATION A< PORTER OR ANY other Work by u steady, industrious German; best reterence*. Add ret* J. WARM! Hi. 29 Harrison st. TIT ANTED?SITUATIONS AS BARKEEPERS. BY ?? two young single men, who understand iiieir busi ness thoroughly; have Ihe best ctly and country reier ences. Address, ail this week, J. it. II., Herald office. WANTED?by a BOY IS YEARS OF AGE. A it si'.uatioti in some mercantile business; can luraish reterence. Address JAMES STEVENS, 3d Montgomery st.. Jersey City. Ur AN TED?A SITUATION AS ASSISTANT BAR keeper , will be Ibund competent. Address F. M. B:. box 216 Herald office. I IT ANTED?A SITUATION BY AN IRISHMAN. 29 TV years of ace, as porteror night watchman. best reference us to honesty and sobriety. Address aOBKI K'l'Y, Herald office. T\r ANTED?BY A COLORED MAN WITH FIRST *? class reference, a position as head or second cook; city or countrv. Address, for three days, A. COOK, Herald Uptown Branch office. "VirANTED?A SITUATION, IN OR OUT OF THE ?? city as a carver or bartender; best references given. Address JAMES DONOHUK, box 4,145 New York Post office. VirANTED?A SITUATION AS WAITER, IN A PRI TV vote luiniiv, bv a respectable young tnan. with lirst class city references. Call on or address J. II., tor two days, at present employer's, 33 West 19th at per (LERKS AND WbEs.HEV. YOUNG MAN AS ENTRY CLERK-MUST WRITE a rapid hand and be correct at figures; salary $13 week. Address box 1,977 New York Poat office. Boy wantkd-in a wholesale clothing house, as stock clerk; one having had some experi ence in the biisin<">a. Address, with references, CLOTH IER, Herald office. COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS OF EXPERIENCE wanted lor every section, to sell our niauulaciure of fine machine needles; can be advantageously handled in counection with other lines THE SEWING MACHINE SUPPLIES CO., 237 Broadway. pvRUO CLERK WANTED.-A YOUNG MAN OF TWO As or three years'experience. Apply, witfl reference, at 30 Bedford av., Brooklyn. K. D. Employment sought-by a young German (aged 24), who advanced from a porter to a shipping clerk; best references. Address F. B., Herald office. JEWELRY SALESMAN WANTED?A FIRST CLASS <J mail. I to travel lor u manufacturer. One thoroughly acquainted with the trade, and with a satisfactory rec ord. may hear of an opening by addressing, with reier ences, JEWELLER, lleruld office. TP WO EXPERIENCED YOUNG SALESMEN WANTKD i In a jobbing fancv goods house; must be of good address, and Milling to make themselves uselui. Ad dress, with references, box 23U Herald office. flTANTED?BY A DRY GOODS SALESMAN WHO IS v v willing to work, a situation in any department; sal ary no object. Address T. H. B., 7362d av. TI7ANTED?SHIPPING CLERK, ACQUAINTED WITH 1 ?? hardware, quick on figures and a good penman, ut 26,lg Broauway, room 7. T17 ANTED-A SITUATION IN A DRUG STORE, BY ? ? a young man of correct habits; good reference and two years in the business. Address box 5,679 Post office. Wf ANTED-BY A FANCY GOODS IMPORTING 11 house, a voung salesman: muat be well qualified und not over 24 years old; one hating been in an im porting fancy goods or notion jobbing house preferred. Apply, by letter, with full particulars, sulary expected, Ac., A. Z., Herald office. WANTED-BY A BOYS' WHOLESALE CLOTHING house, two salesmen commanding nearbv, Eastern and Western trade. Address, slating amount of sales and reference, K., box 217 Herald office. w ANTED?FIRST CLASS SALESMEN, TO SELL wlneB and liquors. Address Y. X., Herald office. I TIT ANTED?A FIRST CLASS COUNTER MAN FOR A I ?? retail grocery store. Apply to H. CASSIDY A CO., < 398 Greenwich sL w ANTED-A JUNIOR DRUG CLERK, GERMAN preferred, at 254 Smith at., Brooklyn. TITaNTED-SALESMEN. APPLY TO JAMES TT HEARS A SON, 773 and 776 Broadway. W ANTED-A BOOKKEEPER. ADDRESS, WITH references, stating amount of salary, LYON ShW NG MACHINE COMPANY, ill East 12th st. TIT ANTED?A SALESMAN IN A HAT STORE; ONE 11 who understands blocking and shaping hats. Ap ply at 33d st and 8th av. M'CLARY A CO. COACHMEN AND OAKDUNKRS. SINGLE MAN WISHES A SITUATION AS COACH man and gardener. Apply at No. 7 Battery place. A FIRST CLASS MAN WANTS A SITUATION A8 coachman and gardener; understands the care of horses, carriages and ham"**; will be found willing and i obliging; best references. Address T. E., box 2b3 Herald office. A YOUNG ENGLISHMAN WISHES A SITUATION as coachman and groom; can rnillt and make him self useful 1' required; hi.hlv recommended. Address CUACHMAN, box 12b Herald office. AS COACHMAN-BY A PROTESTANT. THORO ughlv understands his business; willing end oblig ing: sober and honest: severul years' first class city reference. Call at or address 19 West 2stn st ^ YOUNG MAN (-INGLK), WANTS A SITUATION A3 J\ Gardener; understands the care ot horses; can tnillt and make him-elf generally useful; best of reference. Address 0. M.. Box 119 Herald office. YOUNG MAN WANTS A SITUATION AS COACH. ^ ? man; Is sober, honest, and obliging, and understands tlie care of horses, and not afraid of work, No. 73 Thomp son st. A SITUATION WANTED AS COACHMAN AND GAR dener, or Farmer, by a single Protestant man that Is not afraid of work: wages tin derate: good reference. Address M. O. Box 121 Herald office. A COACHMAN AND GROOM'S SITUATION wanted?By a single Protestant man, in city or country; is sober and nonost. willing and obliging; ref erences. Address M. D., box 2U4 Herald office. \ YOUNG ENGLISHMAN (SINGLE) WANTS A SIT j\ nation as coachman or groom; has good reference from last place, Address W. if., Herald office. A YOUNG MAN WANTS A SITUATION AS COACH, man and groom; has no objection to the country; will be found willing add obliging; first clu-s relerenco from Inst place. Address P. P., 208 East 45th st. A COACHMAN'S SITUATION WA TED?BY A 8IN gle young man of long experience; Is a first raie driver nod excellent groom: hu- the best city reference. Address J. It . box 122 Herald office. A GENTLEMAN WISHES TO cECURE A SITUA J\ tion for a competent colcred coachman ; a good, careful driver. Call ut or address 42 West 55th st., private stable ? YOUNG MAN WISHES A SiTl'ATION?TO TAKE l\ eare of a gentleman's horse or to drive a grocery wagon : city i r country. Call on or address T. J. JOHN SON, 411 East 29th st., for two days. COACHMAN'S SITUATION WANTKD-BY A Scotchman: thoroughly experienced man; safe, ustomed city driver; excellent gromn and every - filing appertaining thereto. Address W , box 140 Hersid Uptown Brancli office Y MAN WANTS A SITUATION AS COACHMAN; _?V lived with Ins la?t employer tor 2) wars, and uu derstands thoroughly the businei*. good city reference. Address M. C., box 196 Herald Uptown oranch office. A COLORED MAN WANTS A SITUATION; CITY or country; coachman or waiter. Call on or ad dress.* R. HANDY, 146 West 17th St. A COACHMAN'S SiTl'ATION WANTED? BY AN Ex perienced man. who thoroughly understands the proper cure of carriages and horse-: Is willing and oblig ing; 6 years' best city reference from last employer, call on or address J. P..at J. B. Brewster A Co.'*, 232 6th a v., corner 27 di st. A COACHMAN'S SITUATION WANTED-BY A RE t\ spec; uhis vouug man, thoroughly understands Ills sines*: is willing and obliging, best city reference, ill at or address 19 tint 2*flt *t. inxim A GENTLEMAN WISHES TO SECURE A SITUATION for a competent, earettll and trustworthy coach man. Apply at 87 West 43d si , private stabl?. A YOUNG MAN, LATELY LANDED, WISHES A situation a* groom; thoruughiv understands the care ot horses, harness and c,niches; will oe toun l sober, i willing and obliging in all respect*; but reference. Call on or address M. ?., No. 4t3 7th av. *8 COACHMAN AND GROOM?BY A COMPETENT A man; lung experience; willing and obliging; no ob icmwii w cuv retereucea Address ., box 100 Herald I utown Branch office. A COACHMAN'S SITUATION WANTED?BY A RK apectable Young man. thoroughly understands Ids business; I* willing and obliging, best city relerence. Call on or address J. P., lit West gstn *r. COACHMAN'S SITUATION WaNTED?BY A 8IN gle man : a good groom and ( are ml driver; best city reference. no objection to the country. Call on or ad dress C it.. 40 t.ast .'Sil st. A A the care and driving ot horses; good city reference. Address J. 11. T., Herald Uptown Branch office. COACHMAN'S SITUATION WANTKD-BY A COM* petent man; has undoubted oltv references from Bis last empm/ar; can ta?e entire charge of a gen tie S'Aa'h'litfl'i AMnM 99A6MMA*, MtraM Harlem COACHAlfe.1V AND GAKDKNKRS A MAN AND WIFE WANT SITUATIONS TO JX gether: tnau as first data coachman and gardener: wire a* conk or laundress: both willing and obliging: country preferred. Address MAN AND WIFE, box lilt Herald oltlcc. SITUATION AS COACH MAX WANTED?BT A .vouug man; understand* the care ot horses and - ?? ?uuu^ iii.tii. on lersiamis me care 01 iiui??nuu carriage-, thoroughly : i- i-tr ctly temperate; can lurniah 11 years first class city reference, Addrea* JAMES, box 184 Herald Uptown Branch i dice. t N OBUOINO YOUNG OEKMAN WANTS A SITCA U\ tlon '.understand* gardening work, taking care of lioriet, driving, Ac. Call on or address GEORGE 11UNN. 118 (.rectiwicli al. AS GROOM OR COACHMAN?BY AN ENGLISHMAN, . V married, one child ; will go to any part oi the State ; llrst elaaa city references. Andreas li.LlAM, Herald Uptown Branca office. ^ SITUATION WANTED?AS COACHMAN, BY it. married man ot mini; veurs' experience in the busineaa in Iaindou and in "this city: highly recom mended. Add reus l\ F , 48 Fast .loth at (tailor's store). I COACHMAN'S SITUATION WANTED?BY A SIN. A gh V gle young man; is a good, careiul driver; under atanda the care ot horses, harness an I carriuges thor oughly; la sober, ntt-ndy and reltuble ; 7 years' city refer enoe. Call on or uddre-s J. u , 5u9 7tn uv. A SITUATION WANTED?AS A COACHMAN, IN A .\ private tamily, by a man who thoroughly under atanda lua business; can give seven years' beat reference trout last place. Apply at 818 Madi.aon uv. A RESPECT ABLE MAN WANTS A -ITUATION AS Coachmuit or Groom in a gentleman's tuuiily; beat reference. Call or address T.W7, 11 East twenty-seventh st., between Fifth and Madison avenues; city or country; country preferred. /GOACHMAN AND GARDENER?A YOUNG MAN, lately arrived; will make himself generally useful and obliging ; is a hand.v mail about a place. Address 22 East lath st.. harness maker's. / tOACHMAN.?BY A FIRST CLASS MAN, WHO thoroughly understands his business in every re \ spect; best city reference. Call at or address 22 West 82d st. / lOACH MAN'S SITUATION WANTED-BY A SINGLE \ ' man; city or country; can give first eluss city refer euce. Call on or address COACHMAN, 628 Broadway. /TOACll.MAN'S SITUATION WANTED-BY AS KNG U llshiunn. of sober, industrious habits; is an experi enced hursemau and reliable driver; la willing and obliging: has excellent ritv references. Address J. C., Herald Uptown Branch ortice. /GOACHM AN'B SITUATION WANTED-BY A FIRST \J class man; can be highly recommended tor strict honesty, sobriety, and Is thoroughly competent as such. Address M. C., 41 East 41st St. /TOACHMAN AND GROOM-BY A COMPETENT MAN; v. steadv, sober, trustworthy; no objection to the coun try; twenty years' references, and relets to last em ployer. Call at No. 19 West 44tb st C80A0HMAN?BY A PROTESTANT YOUNG MAN, J with three years' reference from last employer; is a thorough groom and experienced driver; either lu city or country; willing and obliging. Call for two days at No. 126 East 18tli st., private stable. /80ACHMAN'S SITUATION WANTED?FIRST CLASS city driver: drove in Dublin, Manchester, Liver pool, London mid New Vork; knows the eity all over; willing and obliging. Address M. P., box 201 Herald otHce. C10AC1IM AN'S SITUATION WANTED?BY A SINGLE ) man. who understands the business thoroughly; will be generally usciul; best reference. Address G. G? box 174 Herald office. First class coachman?a steady young German Protestant wants a situation; country pre ferred ; country and city reterence, Call at or address 201 Lexington uv. f 1A It DEN EE'S SITUATION WANTED-BY AN IT Englishman, who has a thorough knowledge in all its branches; best reference. Address GARDENER. No. 9 John st. (GARDENER AND COACHMAN'S SITUATION T n anted? By a young German: best references. Ad dress A. B., Herald office. New York. GARDENER'S SITUATION WANTED? BY A YOUNG I X man who thoroughly understands the business in all its branches; is not atraid of work: 8>$ years'reter ence. Address P. K., 69 York St., Jersey City. /GARDENER'S SITUATION WANTED?BY A COMPE VT tent, thorough, practical working gardener; mar ried; without children; understands all branches ot the business; best citv reterence. Address PRACTICAL, 876 Broadway, Bridgcman's store. I WANT A SITUATION AS GARDENER ON A private place; voungman: not uiraid ot work; can build barns,fences. Ac.; undoubted reierence. Address P. H. b., box 148 Herald office. MARRIED MAN AND WIFE, NO ENCUMBRANCE, wish situations: man as coachman and groom; wile as first class cook or laundress. Address B. I)., box PRACTICAL GARDENER?SING I.E. WANTS A situation, who thoroughly understands hl? business in all its branches; beat references. Address J. F., box 111 Herald office. CITCATION wanted-by a single man as O coachman and groom; tlx rears' reference from last place: no objection to the country. Address N. C? box 173 Herald office. Situations wanted?man and wipe: man as coachman and gardener (can milk and be generally useful): wiie as cook and laundress: o?st reference. Address ?>. P., No. 11 Washington st. SITUATION WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE MAN. O as coachman; understands the care of horses; good reference. 319 East 24th St.. between 1st and 3d avs. QITCATION WANTED?RY A SOBER AND STEADY O young man, as coachman and gardener: thoroughly understands his business; can furnish reference. Address J. M., box 161 Herald Uptown Branch office. SITUATION WANTED-AS COACHMAN OR TO TAKE care oi horses and work around the place; city or country: reference. Inquire at 29 William St., office No. 7, second door. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.-TWO YOUNG MEN: one as gardener; the other as coachman; of gooa habits and have good relerences; gardener can build barns, summer houses, Ac , if required; will be lound useful In every respect. Address G. A C., Herald office. Those desiring a useful young man as coachman and gardener, of good habits and with good references, will address E. S., box 144 Herald office. TWO YOUNO SINGLE MEN WANT SITUATIONS AS coachmen and gardeners or thorough grooms: un derstand the care and management of horses and are willing to make themselves generally useiul. Address or call, tor two days, on H. M.. No. 9 Washington st TVTANTEO-BY A SINGLE MAN, A SITUATION AS vv ooachman; thoroughly understands his business; six years' first class city and country reference. Ad dress H. M. box 134 Herald office. flTANTED?A GARDENER'S SITUATION, BY A MAN vv wbo has had considerable practice in every de partment of the profession: best reference. Address GARDENER, dox 14) Herald office. 117" ANTED?A SITUATION AS COACHMAN OR v v groom: English ; single; IS months' best city refer erence. Address J. D., harness store 644 6tn av. WANTED-A UARDKNER-A MA V WHO WILL TAKE care of a hor.se, and make hi .. .elf generally ueeiul. Apply at 109 East Sixtieth st. WANTED?IN A WHOLESALE COMMISSION house, u strong, active boy. 17 to 19years old; none but those who are honest and not alraid oi work need appiv. Address commission House, Herald office. WANTED?SITUATION AS COACHMAN; THOR one lily understands the business: two years'first glass City reference. Address J. B., 1,232 Broadway. TIT ANTED?BY A YOUNG MAN, A SITUATION IN vv the country to take care of a garden and make himself generally useful. Address aDglph, 336 Spring street. WANTED?A SITUATION AS COAOIIMAN AND groom (English); thoroughly understands the care and num.igcment ol horses, carnages an I harness, and the handling of young stock. Ac.; first class oltv refer ence. Call 011 or address J. G. M., No. 137 West'38th St., private stable. WANTED?A SITUATION AS COACHMAN. BY AN excellent horseman, In citv or country; is u good gardener: cull mil,, , will be lound sober, Industrious and obliging; best of reference. Address, tor two days, J. E., box i'.il Herald office. If ELI* WANTED?MALES. Agents wanted ? dont forget to call and see and sell Universal Clothes Dainpencr: a new potent: best paying article now ottered: wanted In all lamilies; only 29c. UNDERDONE Cp., IJt Qrand It Agents?we have a new article today; will sell in every house; a wide awake man cannot tail to make $10 a day. American nov elty COMPANY,800Broadway. * Book DELIVERER AND COLLECTOR WANTED? .t\. Must deposit $79 rush. NEW YORK BOOK CON CERN, No. 7 Warren St., fourth floor, ulter 9 o'clock. A SINGLE MAN?WIIO UNDERSTANDS PAINTING anil kalsomining ; also a single man to lay cornets and make himself generally useiul. Apply at Karlu's Hotel, ( anal st 1 An intelligent boy who writes a good hand can tlnil a good nontc and position, with mod erate salary, at 18 East 16th st., near Broadway; Ameri can preferred. A SINGLE MAN (AMERICAN PREFERRED) WHO means and wants immediate business, and has $290 cash, can have a pleasair position by addressing SECU RITY, Herald Uptown Branch office. A WAITER WANTED?cNE WHO UNDERSTANDS opening oysters and is willing to make himself gen erally us: Mil. Apply at the Herbert House, 33 3d av., with reltrtnce. BOVS WANTED-MUST BE OF OOOD ADDRESS; salary to commence with $1 per week Address, stating age, residence und re ferencei, Li-.M, Heraid Up. town Branch office. B OYS WANTKD-TO SELL PAPERS. APPLY REEBKR, corner 124th st and id av. Bov w anted-in a dry ooods store-, must be active and well recommended. Apply to FLaNI gin A CO., 6.93th av. C1ANVASSERS WANTED.?APPLY AT 109 JOHN ST., third door. C1ANV438ER8.?SMART AND ENERGETIC MEN, TO I solicit Advertisements. Apply at 237 Bowery, first floor. IjIRRAND BOY WANTED-AMERtCAN; ONE LIVING !i with his parents and with rtrst class references. Address, giving age and full particulars, IMPORTERS, 1 box 114 iierald office. J1AKMER AND WIFE WANTED-VlAN, THOROUGH practical tanner, English or American: woman, neat, tidy ami good cook, Ac. Apply at upper floor No. 4 1 Bowling Green. M"achine tender wanted?a COMPETENT and sober man. well recommended, one who hat had experience on a cylinder machine in n paper will 1 none , other need apply: mills situated at Jkpafl, Addrees, [ isflajreuncKt tar* HELP WANTED?MALES. Male or female agents, fob the best sell. ing article ever Invented: the laidle*' suspender attached to one skirt or aix In-tuntlv; eautnle bv mall, fldc. H. F. SNOW, 364 Broadway, office at West, Bradley A Cary's. OFFICE BOY WANTED?ONE WRITING A GOOI) hand and living at home preferred. Address, in own lianqwritlug, box 1,694 Post office. _____ U It ART, HONF.8T DftiVEK, WELL ACQUAINTED O with saloon keepers in Jersey City, to sell bottled ale, porter, lager, Ac., on commission. HANrK A CO.. 73 Montgomery at., Jersey City. "Y\rANTED?A FEW EXPERIENCED CANVASSERS ? ? on a new und popular subscription book, to he sold among lawyers, hankers end public men. Cull alter 10 o'clock on fi. C. FISHER a CO., 3i Park row. WANTED-A HOY IN AN IMPORTER'S OFFICE, about 16 years old, who resides mi the city with his parents. Address, in own hand writing, box 5.4SJ l ust office. __ WANTED?AN OFrTOB boy. it OB IS YE Alts OF it age. in a large publishing house. And re-a, In owu handwriting. D. c., box 1.407 New York Post office. WANTED-A GOOD CANVASSER FOR THE ROOF ing business, to board in the hou?u and to go to Philadelphia; established 1S53. 110 Steuben st, Jersey Cltr. WANTED-A GENTLEMAN OF GOOD ADDRESS, TO ?? canvass among the merchants for the sale of Jasvey's South American. Asiatic and Oceanic Business : Directory. Apply to Foreign Directory Company, No. 2 Wall st w I WANTKU-A BOY BETWEEN 16 AND 20, AS AN I ?T apprentice, to learn rose and floral culture una I general greenhouse work; American, Scotch or English ; I and another for general work. Address O A. R., Her ald Uptown Branch office, lor two days. WANTED?AN intelligent, active youth of "? 17. aciiuainted with shipping also translator of Gorman. Address IlE.VItY, box 141 Herald Office. ANTED?A LAD WHO CAN REPAIR JEWELRY, clocks, Ac., and make himseli generally ttselul. J. R. ABBOTT, 2.232 3d av? Harlem. WANTED?TWO or three experienced sub seription canvassers for a daily paper, on a salary or commission; to flrst class men un unusual oppor tunity is offered. Address, with reiereuces, box 3,900 Post office. WANTED-A SMART, INTELLIGENT BOY WHO writes well and rapidly, to assist in our delivery department. Apply to J. A C. JOHNSTON, Broadway, Mil av. and 22d st. WANTED-A COLORED WAITER, WHO THOR. ougltly understands his business and who has un doubted city references. Appiv from ? to 12 (Tuesday and Wednesday mornings) at 12 East Aid st TXT ANTED?A BOY IN A REAL ESTATE OFFICE; *? wages $3 per week. Address, for three days, REAL ESTATE, Herald office. WANTED-A COMPETENT YOUNG MAN AS AS sistant at gentleman's sideboard; none but those who have some knowledge 01 the business need apply. 120 Water st.. near WalL WANTED?WAITER FOR PRIVATE FAMILY; CO U.N trv during summer; wages $40. Apply at ODELL'S, 109 West 34tit st. TITAN'TED-A first CLASS SALOON WAITER. AP ?T ply at 524 8th av. THE TRADES. A PRACTICAL CARVER WISHES A SITUATION in a downtown restaurant, having long experience in the business: wages moderate. Address CARVER, box 118 Herald Uptown Branch office. A WATCHMAKER. WHO UNDERSTANDS ALL kinds of escapements and complicated work, wants a permanent, lob; Is steady and sober: good reference, Address BURNS, Hudson Citv Post office, Jersev Citv, N.J. SITUATION WANTED?BY A FRENCHMAN, LATELY front France, as carpenter and to make himself gen erally useful; six years'reierenee. Address 316 Mott st rpo PRINTERS.?A PRACTICAL PRINTER, THOR J. oughly competent, wants a position either as fore man in small lob office, proof reader or lob compositor; references given. Address PRINTER, box 123 Herald office ? TO PHOTOGRAPHERS?WANTF.D. A SITUATION, by a first class artist; can do all kinds of work. Ad dress X Y. Z., Herald office. WANTED?AN ENGAGEMENT AS WATCHMAKER or salesman, in a respectable jewelry store in this Citv or Brooklyn; has the highest local reference und over twenty years' experience in .lie business; expecta tions moderate. Address box 117 Herald office. WANTED?BY A OOMPETEN'T ENGINEER. A SITU* atlon ; Is also a flrst class sawyer. Address, for one week, DANIEL FORD, 403 East 15th st FRENCH AOVblviiSEMKVTS. UN PATIS8IBR FRANCAIR, ARHIVANT DE PARIS, cotinaissant trea bicn son metier, suit lea places, piece ainsi que le deiailie eouceruant la patisserie fran chise ; bonnes references. S'adresscr au 316 Mott at. HOCSKB, ROOIW;B, d>C., WASTED. In thin City and Brooklyn. BY A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, WITHOUT CHIL dren, one or two Rooms, lurntshed or nartlally so, with pas, water, Ac., in a strictly private tamlly, not above Twentieth street; terms must be very moderate. Address, for this week, office of the "Singers' Journal," No. 60 Chatham street, up stairs, first floor. TO LANDLORDS.?A LADY OK LIMITED MEANS, having at her disposal Furniture suitable for a first class boarding house, would like to take such house at a reduced rate (or the summer; rent to increase on the 1st of October: unexceptionable reterence given. Address 8T. CLARE, Herald Uptown Branch office. TTTANTED? I FURNISH ED HOUSE LOCATED BE TT tween Fifteenth and Fortieth streets and Third and Ninth avenues; rent not to exceed $1,8U0; Immediate possession; satisfactory security. Address E. R. BEACH, 606 Broadway. WJ ANTED?A PARLOR FLOOR AND BASEMENT, VY unfurnished, above Tenth street, and between Fourth and Sixth avenues. Address J. W. a., Herald Uptown Branch office. In the Country. ?YTtTANTED?TO HIRE A SMALL FURNISHED COT* ? ? tage easy of access to the city. Address W. A. J.> Herald office. TI? ANTED TO RENT-SMALL COTTAGE. FUR tt nished, near sea or water preterred; low rent; by a responsible nartv ; state price per montu. Address LEWIS, station E, New York. FURNITURE.. A?WEEKLY AND MONTHLY PAYMENTS FOR ? Furniture, Curpets and Bedding, at B. M. COW FEKTHWAlf A CO.'s, 155 and 157 Chatham street. An immense stock and low prices. ATTENTION!?SECOND HAND FURNITURE, CAR pets bought: the highest casn prices will le paid by calling on or addressing Mr. ABRAHAMS, 271 Seventh avenue, near Twenty-sixth street. A LADY WISHES TO SELL HER ENTIRE HOUSE hold Furniture, Carpets, Ac., which is of the best quali'y and good as new. having been used but a few months; will acccptu reasonable offer for the whole or In lots to suit. This is a rare opportunity for parties wish ing to purchase. No brokers need apply. Address GLAS GOW, Herald Uptown Branch office. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF CARPETS, FURNI lure and Bedding, at lowest cash prices, by weekly instalments, at O'FAKitKLL'S warehouse. 410 Eighth ave nue, between Thirtieth and Thirty-first streets. A MAGNIFICENT PARLOR SUIT, BLUE SATIN? cost$66', for $2Bi; one brocatel, $125: do. rep, $35; Planoiorie, Bedroom Suits and Carpets. Residence 21 Bastrnth street, neer Broadway. A?MAGNIFICENT GRAND DUCHESS l'AULOR ? Suit, covered silk brocade, cost $400, for $2IA); do., Slot); do , $4ii; Pianoforte, including Stool una Cover; parlor, chamber, dining Furniture, silverware, Ac.: suc rtHce: property family leaving city. 36 West 15th st., near 6th av. ' A MAGNIFICENT PARLOR SUIT COST $6011, FOR $.'0,1; rep Suit, $50 upward: eight Chamber Suits, complete, Dressing Cases, Bedding, Ac.; at a sacrifice: ^I'npejlv family leaving city; at private residence 120 ~ <S> NO. L A. Jninktv-fivk dollars. TVK DOLLARS, f A handsome Parlor Suit, in all wool reps, with puff, ing oi same, and French panelled frames, for only NINETY-FIVE DOLLAi.S; a fine walnut dressing ease chamber Suit, with French panels, inarblo tops und drop handles, (or ninety-five dollars. FRANK KIIONer A CO., 81 und Bowery; inanuluctory, 222 to 230 East Thirty-seventh street. A SACRIFICE.?FAMILY LEAVING CITY; JfAUNI tlcent gilded and carved satin brocade Parlor Suit, cost $625, tor $20); Marie Antoinette style, $175: Prince Arthur style, $10.); brocatel alio rep Sitting Room Suits, $'*l, $40 and $2.'>: Carpets. 50 cents up, wulnut Chamber Suits, $35 up. Library and Dining Furniture a sacrifice. 103 West Twenty-eighth street, near Sixth avenue. A CARD,?38 EAST THIRTEENTH SI RF.ET-IIOUSB hold furniture ol every description. Carpets Pianos, organs, Melodcoiis. Refrigerators, Mattresses, Hooks, OlTPalntlngs, at private sale at auction prices. A Want OF MONEY INDUCES MANY PEOPLE TO buy cheap furniture and carpets.?This is not economy: get the best oa GEORGE A. CLARKE'S popu lar system oi payments .it 747 Broadway. N. B. Houses and apartments tiirnished on liberal terms. A?HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE FOR SALE IN LOTS . to suit: Parlor Suit, In satin, cost $675. lor 820U: do., S18): elegant Decker A Bros. Pianolorte, parlor Tables, ronzes, Paintings, Turkish run, $15.); Easv Chairs lour handsome chamber Seta, with Dressing Cases, $1UU to $175; Bedsteads. Bureaus, Bedding, rep and haircloth Huits, $35: Carpets, Ac. Call three aays, private resi dence, 210 West 21st st. / lARFETd, V-/ Furniture, Beds. Bedding, Ac. Payments taken by the week or month. Terms easv. KELLY A CO., oorner of Twenty-fifth street and Sixth avenue. Furniture wanted-new or second hand lor housekeeping; will par cash and bulnnce goo( real estate near sew York, or all real estate. Addresi HART, box 131 Herald office. ASTROLOUV. Attentioni-know thy destiny.?consult tills wondertully gifted Clairvoyant; gives luck; tells everything 160 West forty-first street, near Broad way. __ A REAL ASTROLOOKH?PROF. LISTER (ONLY one In the country)?Ho reads from the ptsnets, tiro only way the future can be known. send tor circular 888 sixth avenue Attention i?consultation on business, losaes, enemies, lawsuits, absent mends, love, mar rlage, sickness and ueath. Pay reiused unless satuned. No. e*2l sixth avenue. Mme. HtNGHl. Clairvoyant. pROK. RODOKRH. CLAIRVOYANT AND BUSINESS FOR SALE. A SECOND HAND 22 FEKT LON'O FRENCH RANOK with a double shelf and sheet Iron hood ; also a II Inch wide charcoal Roller lor sule cheap. Apply at ? Wouster street ABAMI'LE ROOM?ELEGANTLY KITTED. VF-RY low rent, lor ?ulo ut a sacrillce ; onlv $25(1 cash down; owner uuuolo to attend to the business, ao muat sell. LLOYD. 28 Broadway. A CHANCE "OR THE BEST HOTEL AND BEST AO rant iiu Broadway.? A< all legal prorcediiiis have been discontinued against the Stacy House, 760 and 762 Broadway, 1 am prepared toi-ell It cheap. Kor Informa tion apply to D. KEaN, 3U1 Washington Market, befora A FIRST CLASS SAMPLE ROOM FOR SALE?REST business location; also first class (iroccry stolas, 'lea Stores, downtown Lunch Rooms; Stores on South street to let Mi ri'Hr.LL'S Store Agency, 77 Cedur st \ ?FOR BALK, BAKERIES, CONFECTIONERIES, ik Croekerv Stores, Hut Stores, Drue Stores, Ct^ar Stores, splendid itcstuurunts. Hotels, whole-ale Paper Business, Soda Water Buttling Business, Produce Store and Milk Routes. MI l'CIIELL'8 Store Agency, 77 Cedar streat AX OLD ESTABLISHED CORNER LIQUOR STORE tor sale?Location iiiisurp.i-seu; well knowu: ex tensively patronized: extraordinary chance live mans satisfactory reasons given ; bargain. STINER'S store Agency, No. 7 .Murray street A MINERAL AND SODA WATER ROUTE FOR sale? Extraordinary chance; old established Bak ery, location unsurpassed; Dining and Drinking Selooa, business ihorouuhmre; rare investments. STINKR'S Store Agene.V. No. 7 Murray street A FIRST CLASS LIQUOR STORE FOR SALE cheap?III Williamsburg; doing a good business; owner retiring Irom business. Apply to THOMAS GAF NKY, ill East Broadway, New York. _______ A FIRST class LIQUOR STORE, IN SOUTH STRKK1 < nea.' one ot the Icrrics, lor sale or will exchange foi Property. Apply to P. OAFFNBY, 114 East Broadway. A WILL LOCATED LIQUOR STORE FOR saLE doing a good business; the owner Is obliged to leavi the city and must sell at a sacrifice; rent $211 per month Apply at 557 Sixth avenue, in tailor's store. A FIRST CLASS MILK ROUTE FOR SALE?WITH a rood Horse and Wagon, doing a goon business, owner wishing to retire, having other business. 311 Seventh avenue, room 8. A FRENCH PLATE PIER MIRROR, WITH CNN necting Cornices, and Console Table, splendid con ditlon, cheap for cash. 229 East Eighty-fourth street AN OLD ESTABLISHED BUTTER AND MILK STOK1 for sale cheap.? Location unsurpassed. At 652 eeo ond avenue, between Thirty-fifth and Thirty ?aixtlists. Broadway store for bale.?broadway leasehold. No. 762. about 23xlilU, tor sale at a great bargain; present rental, $6,700 per annum: lease from trustees of snug Harbor: 17 years to run Irom May, 1373. Price lor building and lease, $18,000. HOMER MORGAN. No. 2 Pine street CTANNON FOR sale-UNITED ST A I ES NAVY PAT J tern; weighs uli.iut 75 pounds; well mounted; prica $25. Apply ut 217 West Thirteenth street. Drug store for sale-good business odt ot city; triuie can lie doubled by the right man. Fot particulars apply at 252 Greenwich street. DRUG STORE FOR SALE-ESTABLISHED 9 vears; receipts for past ten years. $ln,UOO annually; rent $s) > per annum; well tilled ; superior stock. Apply to li AI.E, 152 William street. ipOR SALE?IN CHICAGO. A YOUNG LADIES' J? Boarding and Day School, now in a flourishing con dition. For particulars address H, lot Washington street, room IS, Chicago, 111. IIIOR BALE?FIRST CLASS CORNER GROCERY Of ' 15years'standing, 618Third avenue, with Lease; in consequence ot proprietor retiring imui business. IjlOB SALE-PRICE $1,500?A STATIONARY AND VA, ' riety .-tore, No. 9J Varick street; established $0 years; tiild on account of the death of the proprietor. ITtOR 8ALB?THE LEASE AND FIXTURES OF A 1 first class liar, and lamily Dining Rooms attached; will be sold ut a bargain. Inquire at 16 sixth avenue. For sale-two GOOD corner LIQUOR stores, with or without .stock; long lease: low rent: othet business cause of selling. Apply at 210Stanton street, or 151 East Thirteenth street IjlOR SALE-LARGE LOT OFFICE RAILING. DRUG ' Drawers, Showcases, Counters, Tables, Desks, Chairs, Stools, and Carpenter and Cabinet Work with neatness and despatch. Apnlv to JAS. HODGE, 32 and 31 Com merce street, neur Bedford. TAOR SALE CHEAP?A CIGAR STORE, DOING A F good business, next to the Harlem Railroad depot; good reason given lor selling. Inquire at 2.310 Third av. FOR SALE?A GOOD CORNER LIQUOR STORK; tour-pull pump; will be sold cheap; going into other business. Apply at 451 Eighth avenue. For half.?'tub stock and fixtures of a Grocery Store; sickness the cause or selling out. Apply at Mi Fast Eleventh street, between First and Second avenues. For sale?one of two stores, groceries, both first class, one in New York in a good location; sales average between $l,(JdU and $1100 weekly; the other is in New Jersey, location good also, with a fair trade; a bargain tor a good business man; stores being too tar apart 10 attend to both properly is the cause ol selling one of them. For interview and partioniars ad dress X, box 13J Herald office. No agents. IrtOR RALE?A FIRST CLASS ESTABLISHED 1 Boarding House-, net profits $400 monthly; price $7,000, lowest cent; an unusual opportunity; last weak would not be sold tor $8,UX); everything in first elate working order. Address BUSINESS, Herald Uptowa Branch office. For sale-marble soda water apparatus, trom $50 upwards; Ottawa Beer Fountains and E* tract at reduced prices. J AS. M. WHITFIELD A SON, 264 Water street For sale-store fixtures, containing 20 Drawers, suitable for suits, cloaks, Ac.; will be sold very cheap. Apply to CONKLINO A CO., 763 Broadway. FOR SALE.-BOARDING HOUSE, WHICH Was to be sold at auction, will be sold at private sale, cheap for cash, at 21 South Filth avenue. ICE. ICE. ICR. The subscribers offer for sale 1.500 to 1.800 tons of good Pond Ice, trom 12 to 15 inches thick icieur); good facilL ties tor shipping. Apply to or address J. S. MILLER A Co., Vinalnaven, Me. 1N CUN-KQUENCE OF RETIRING FROM BUSINESSL I the subscriber offers for sale the entire Stock and Fixtures of a first class Confectionery and Catering K? tabllshment, consisting of silver. Chins, Glass, Cutlery, Linen, Counters, Cases and every requisite for carrying on the business. R. K. McCULLOUGH, 981 Broadway. Manufacturing confectionery and icb Cream Garden lor sale.?Rare chance. Apply te HATHAWAY'S Store Agency, 111 Fulton street, Brooklyn. OLD ESTABLISHED DRUG STORE IN WILLIAMS burg tor sale.?Price. $1,209; terms easy. Apply te JOHN V. PERKINS, Union avenue, corner Kent street, Greenpsint CAFES.?HERRING. WILDER, MARVIN AND LILLB O safes 25 per cent cheaper tiinn any dealer in the city; all sizes. LILLI1S SAFE COMPANY, 81 Maldenlane. MACHINERY. AN 18X42 TODI) A RAFFKRTY ENGINE; ALSO large variety others, second hand, with upright and horizontal Boilers, Steam Pumps, Ac. WILSON A KoaKE, Water and Dover streets. WANTED TO BUY?A NEW OR SECONDHAND Horizontal Engine, 25 to 31 horse power, complete, not over tit revolutions, tor a sugar plantation. Also Boiler and .Mill for same. About 3% feet long bv 24 Inches diameter, witli Cane Conductors, Ac. Will be paid cash alter inspection, upon delivery on board vessel. Address K. a., box 26ti Post oilicc. ? LEGAL YOTIUES. IN the Matter ok THIjT Hempstead Coucordla S Mauuiucturmg Company ) rupt In conformity with an order of the District Co$rt Of the United States lor the Eastern Dlslrict of Texas, at Galveston, made on the 4th dav of Muv, 1874, I will sell, at public auction, in trout ol the United Suites Court rooms at Galveston, on tlu- firs! Tuesdav In August. 1874, to the highest and best bidder, tor cash, to satisfy the mortgage ootids dial coupons ol said company and all en cumbrances Whatsoever, the following described prop erly, situated in Waller (lute Austin) county, Texas, viz.: all oi blocks numbers 222 und 250, and Lota numbers I and 7 and on hull ot 8, lit nlock number 248, uccording to (lie map ol tlie town of Hempstead ; also zUI) acres of land, a part of Ilie Headlight league of J. E. Grnce, Sr., together with the large br.ck factory, engines, looms, implements and machinery of nil kinds, with nil fixture* ami improvements, including tenement houses for oper utives; also all Hie chartered rights, privileges, lioiuuul lies and franchises ol said bankrupt company. For a more purtlcular description of the property reference Ls made to the need of trust given to secure said mort. gage bondic recorded in Austin county, Texas, 4th ol January. 1870. The factory was in opera lion lor several years prior to January, 1873. turning out the best of cot ton cloths; has 32 looms, l,8txi spindles, uranle thread making power, with Improved carding machines. There is no controversy respecting the title, which U believed to be perfect. . ALPHONBE LAUVE, Assignee, Galveston. Texas, niAHIU.K MANTELS* AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. An extensive stock ot Blnte anil Marble MantfiK Wasli Trays and islate Work nt every description. PKNRH YN SLATE COMPANY, Union squire. Fourth avenue an 1 seventecntu si., N. Y AKLAHKK, 131 EA8T EIGHTEENTH STREET. . near i bird avenue, is eelllng and manufacturing all kinds ol marble and inarhlelzed Mantels an! oihel Marble Work at greatly reduced prices; Marble Turnini tor the t, ade. BILLIARD?*. A 1 -STANDARD AMERICAN BEVEL TABLES AND jVI. iho I'helan A follcm.er Combination Cushion! lor sale only by the patentee, II. \\ CULLENDER, su? cessor to Fnalan A Collemer, 738 Broadway. New York. AT REDUCED PRICES-BEVEL TABLES. WITH Delauoy'4 patent wire cushions; also Bagatelle, Tripolite and Russian Bowling 'Iable* and other new Games. W. II. QRlFr ITH A CU., 4d Vcsey street. O BILLIARD TABLES, 6X10, PlIELAN MAKE, FOR O sale cheap. Call nt 219 East Twenty-third street, piano shop. EYES A.\l? EARS. Artificial human eves.-j. t. davis, in Ventor and only maker ol the Improved Artificial Human Eye, acknowledged by the faculty to ho the oulj correct imitatlitfl ol nature in (he world. 127 East FIT teenth street, between Third and Fourth avenuea GOAL AMD WOOD. Best lkhigh coal, all sizes, ?a 73 per ton, screened and delivered; Nut, $ii. THOMac Bi'OKk.s, corner Thirty-second street aud tenth avenue. POal wanted,-fifty tons, in ebchandi fob Satrtagii or fun BY, Ml DM if$MM.