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HTTATIONS WA\TCD-FRMALK<.
CmIii, 4ci
ft 4 BAST 1?xn ST . SEf'OND Pl.nnR -A RESPECT
'X I able eolurod woman a? cock 111 the country; ucor tho
Vn'h pro tarred
ao WErfT 4df> HI ?A HKSI'Ei TABLE OTRL A"
O llni cl??? < >ok ; fully. u.yi'Mul in oil it* Unucbta,
govt oily roftreneo.
1 /' - BAST 28TH ST.?A RESJ'pl'T ABLE WOMAN AS
lUtJ firo ctusK couk ; w ltiuK u> do ?ashing if nccesaury;
Best city referr.nc?.
ill 7 EAST 20TII ST.?A RESPECTABLE GIRL AS
a. I I cu?k; is roinpf t.-ut I" take full ebarge of a kitchen;
is a fir-t cWt r bread and biscuit baker; uu ontuution to tli?
Country . bent rrfneue* from last otntdoyer Cull for two days.
-i.' ii - r i.: conn uv a niftmi'
Ot)l w.ill the pri. Urge of having her daughter, 12 years
eld, willing to pay ho. board.
It)- EAST 17TII ST-A COMPETENT WOMAN AS
"ji) | cook understand* her bttiMM in ail U? branches ;
kest MJ NMMa ' all fc* two ilaj J.
r en -U At III TW F.KN 35TU AND 3UTII STS SEC
JOU end llwr, hark roouv?A young woman us good
rook, waeher and ironer; good reference. Call on Monday.
C70 kD AW, FIRST FLOOR -A RESPECTABLE
i I O Jewish girl in a private family a? cook: would assist
*U'. the washing and Ironing; two year*' reference.
Hotels, retavi; asts and private ramii if-.
A first da-s cook, Just out of employment, wishes a
aiveauoa. Addt?*e, for one week, A. 1)., iletald oilioe.
Drrumakrrs sod heuit<i(i'rs?M.
*) 1 WASHINGTON ST. FIRST FLOOR.?A RESPECT
OI able woman to do plain sewing an.l make herself useful.
a good hoiue preferred to high wager; g'>od reference*.
Call fur two days.
?'l\ FOCRTH AVKNL'E, OPPOSITE STKWART S ?
vst_) Dressmaking, cutting and fitting at heme or hy the
day , euita made from ?J up. Address M S.
lite) WEST liSTIl ST., NEAR OTH AW?AS COil
I I'a prtent tie am * Ires > o;. rale, ou Wheeler A W il?< n s
machine; willing to moke herself generally useful; goodcuy
reference. Call or address, stating terms.
* n Q WEST WTU ST SECOND FLo.tr., FRONT.--A
JL LO eompeteut dressmaker :utd family eeam.tre?i desires
*oik hoiutt ur by tliv di}'; vmu iutxjisii uiavauic? uiiui
ri*uiK>i.uble. Cull or adiire&a. _ __
L'i\ j 3D AV , I.N CIGAR STORK.?A THOROUGH
iH'O drcrMuakcr, g '???> anil uimuier will go out by
tM day or week, dutiiig (lull *ueori, lor SI &U per day.
A MILLINER AND DESIGNER. COMPETENT TO
take entire charge of first ilaaa retail bu?ihe.s?. v unt.? a
itaafion; (-."vn furnish best referenoes. Addrers L. \\. E .
ke\ 101 JJttalJ 1'ptowu Brunch ollio*.
Crueral Housework, &('
no WEST 13TH ST. SECOND FLOOR, IT-0NT?A
?>0 ynuns wo:il?n in d.< housework in a small family ; city
vr country. high traces not so uiucb au object as a foil
Viae, ('all for two oars.
mo EAST 28TH ST, FIRST FLOOR.?A YOCNO
ZLa, woman to do general housework in n small private
family; Is a good washer and honor; boat city reference.
Call on Monday.
*)l\ i STRING ST.?A RESPECTABLE GIRL TO DO
. kUT general housework; uo objection to the country;
lour years good reference from one place.
')A| 3D AV., ENTRANCE ON 34TII ST., FIRST
?)UI floor ?A respectable young girl to do general bouse
work in n .mall private! family, or us cook, washer and
rouer; beat city reference from last place.
O/W' EA.-f .v. Til ST -A MWPKOTABLH TOTNG
)uU widow to do general housework; la willing aud
obligingbeat city reference. Call for two days.
LQ7 rrtI AV.?A RESPECTABLE COLORED GIRL
TO i to do general liuusevvork iu a private family; city
reference
<177 0TU AV., NEAR 66TH ST.?A.N AMERICAN
?t I I rrotcrtant young woman, of experience and good
references, to a si at a lady in practical housework, v. here
there ia Do other help. Call on or address ADYEB'i isLR.
HotiseUrciiert, Ar.
7 ST MARK'S PLACE (STI1 ST.), NEAR 3D AV ?A
I young lady, a stranger in the city, n housekeeper in a
wKK??er> family; reference* e*cli*nge?l.
errv west 3d st., near ?th av.?a yofno i.adt
vv in inteiugonr'', recently ir<*'n i raricc, a-i nouscKeeper
in a anlhan'i family: references Riven.
0|\0 0TB AV.-A VC.UM: LAST, AGED 10 \ k?3.
-vO wauls a position us lioujckceper to a widower ol
ill calls.
OQOI GRAND ST.?A SITUATION AS WORKING
?J002 boii*ek< ej-or. be a middle aged widow; bus one
child; can do ell kinds of family sewing; city reference.
Sirs. 0DRIESAn9
6THAV? A YOUNG LADWOE REFINEMENT
TrO?a as housekeeper; K widower'* family preferred, fall
for one week.
(i I ?> "?T1I AV ?A YOUNG WIDOW PHP-SON .HALc1"tO
tlmnrcam as Lgu .rjireper fi.r a widower or elderly
gentleman of means.
\ LADY OR MEANS WOCI.l) TAKE CHARGE OE A
11 gentleman's heme. Address, wiili particulars, ALLEN",
Ueralc Uptown Braoch office.
\LAI)Y OF REFINEMENT WISHES A POSITION
as housekeeper in a New York Hotel; reference firit
dan Address B, N. 0., box 13d station A.
AYOUXG SOUTHERN WIDOW OF EDUCATION
and refinement is desirous of soenring a position as
housekeeper for a gentleman of means. Addre??, for one
week. N, L., box 101 Herald Uptown Branch office.
\ WIDOW. AGED 26. DESIRES A POSITION AS
housekeeper; only parties "f means anil refinement address,
enclosing stump, MAIDE, box 116 Herald Uptown
Branch office.
FRENCH (URL, 18. ACCOMPLISHED. DESIRES A
yX position us hoti?ekecper: without frieads; in need; a
Kin all assistance eoclosed gratefully reversed; satlsfn-tion
risen upon interview. Address PAULINE, box 167 Herald
Uptown Branch office.
A YOUNG LADY OF RESPECT ABILITY AND REBnement
and a stranger in the city wonld like a position
as housekeeper fn a first class futnilr; reference. Ad
dress A. D BURXETTE. nerald Uptown Branch office.
A YOUNG LADY OF GOOD ADDRESS DESIRES A
position ?- Noun keeper or companion in a widower'*
family with children preferred: only those of the highest
respectability and witli ample means send address, appoint j
ing interview, Miss L ALtdBU, Herald Brooklyn Branch
oWow.
PARTIES WANTING A NEAT. INDUSTRIOUS, Economical
and strictly htneet housekeeper, one nnder
Handing tier business perfectly, mat address M M ST! AAV,
East Fnxhorn. Mae* , nr Inquire at S14 Broadway. New York.
Reference* exchanged.
Ii?andre?e<i, iW.
rn WEST 3TTTH ST. (RING TiilBD BET J. ?A REi
v spe.-table widow will go out V,y the day or take in
waehlng at liome; good references. Call for two day?.
Ill WEST 1.1T1I sT. TP OCT FLMHT, IN THE
I JLi rear.?A reape<-tat4e woman to go otit by the day to
do washing or ironing or bousecleumng.
1 4 1 WEST 3oTH ?T ?A RESPECTABLE COLORED
ItI woman to take in washing and LroDlng, $1 per
dozen.
1 rQ WEST 20TH ST? A RESPECTABLE COLORED
.! ) ' woman to go ont by the <Jar to do washing and ironing
Call on or address NANCY CLARK.
ip9 WK.-r If TH ST, TOP FLOOR.-A RESPECTI
able colored woman wishes ladies' and gentleman's
washing to do at Lome ; day's work and iious*eleiinini-: ring
twice. Mrs L. WHITE.
1??C EAST 28TH ST -A RESPECTABLE YOUNG
I ') ) woman as first rl?M laundress; understands her '
busmen. perfectly, excellent reference from last lady.
9H7 WEST 40TB ST. SECOND FLOOR.?A RE- |
gsv I apootable colored woman desires gentlemen's and
families' washio" by week or month; terms reasonable: ref- i
rence if rcqulroa. Mrs. BROWN, I
OAQ WEST 3.VTH ST (BASEMENT) -A FIRST .
' class lanndrosa, having stato-nary tubs, good yard
Ac., solicita gentlemen " and fumilies' wasliiog; orders !
promptly executed. ( all or address j
917 VM IT-A nsncTAHJi wuxw I
^ 1 I w<>mau faioilU*' or grntle.rueu " washing; i
ran Unit with aeiimors in<1 machine; rrry nic? ladles'suit*
and pillow shams dune an very nice ; hast reference. Call
on or ad drew Mrs McGoWAN.
91 u west ami rt , third floor! hack room~I !
? I O A raapectablo roll.rod laundress solicit; lad-.es' or
Iauulle?' washing, by tl.a weak or dutcn : he,?t referenre. I
Mrs IH HBAXD8.
oo 1 WEST 80TH st ? as first CI.A88 COLORED
a- -1 r laundress, ?o do families' end gentlemen's wnxliiug
at her own lipase, or lo go out by Uie day or wtek. Call or !
address.
t)0 I WEST BOTH ST . IN THE HEAR-A RESPECT
a?iEl able young girl to go out by the day to warh and i
Iron ; good reference.
C) | (T EAST 2STII ST ?A FIRST CLA88 EAl'XDRESa
, ATi) to work by the day; good referencoa.
21 D WEST 17TH ST., FIRST FLOOR.?A RESPECT'i
O able colored woman wtebea to take families' wash,
lag at home.
O-.l 3STII ST BETWEEN 7TH ASV ST II A VS.?A
i>>H first ilea.- laundrc-ts would like a few families' and
IaiitWmeo a trashing al ber own botne; understands all
inde of French fluting and polishing; goes not by tbo day.
*AAH KAHT 50X11 ST- (KINO THE THIRD BELld ?
ATI V" An experienced laundress wtsbes washing at tier
botne; undemtaeds all sorts of fineries, would do family
weakling by the week.
all'. kasr TeTlT rlT -A riR.sfci.ASS SinRT AND
TtHf veat irener wishes to go out by Che dsy to do fine
washing and irpiilng or would take It home (lotnig neatly
done Mrs, SHERWOOD.
A"-<V rAr" "A TAKT.E woman
iO?i (le^ri-s to take in *??Xin; ?-CT>tlcmeJ> * wMhlng
preferred, can glee good referenrea
KOO EAST 1--TTII ST-A RESPECTABLE WOM AN
t/eiM to do ladio* nod gentlemen* wnrhinv ,?t her own
home at 75c per doien. or to go oat to work. Mrs. NMITIL
07A HK'MOW A V ? LA DIBS' II-.V. WASHING";
Olu lacet end noting: oartein* at 75 cent* a pair done I
ppbj Mma. EDWARD LB IT/, P !
A MARRIED WOMAN TO DO THE WASHING, I
Ironing and ?ouie houaewnrk In exchange tor Bring
apiirtmcnta free of rent State age. ntiniher of luniilv and
lefereuco* to RESIDENT OWNER, ruriun A.
Knriet, &c,
11 CARMINE ST-AS WET Nt RsT By * TOCNt, WOt)
man who ha* a lfe?h breed of tnilk. Pall ou Monday at
Mr* Wrtght'r.
10O EAST 39TB NT.-A RESPECTABLE YOUNG
J ijJj woman a? nurte to one or two growing children; ran
read and writ# , good reference. Pell or addreas.
EAST 89TH ST-AN AMERICAN LADY TO
?'Jjj bring ep a bhbe on a bottle; no children; herf of
tare Pall for one week
i) I (i KANT 85TII ST -A RESEEf TABLE LADY
x I <7 wuhe* a couple of children to rare at L*> own
kon.e from 3 to 5 ^oar* old, where the. can ii?Y? lU b?5l of
?** CoilJ#..<* HWr?M Kit 1AU4AU.
XEW 1U
mutation* \yt?d?? kmm.e*. j
^unn, iW.
900 WEST3f>TH ST?A YOIXO \NT> HBALTIIY
? Herman *uunn as wet nurse ; uiilk In e weeks old.
Inquire for Tint ol'KI.T.
9 r.i J WP.RT 41 ST ST?A FRENCH UIKL AS M'RSE;
? '"T can sew ; no objection to the country, Cal I for two
dart.
*mu WEST 23D -T-A YOI'Nij FRENCH I.IKL,
OITO ?iih go-xl it f' re nee. Wo lake caro of children and
new. Adilraw ADVERTISER.
/I I "I WEST 31 ST ST ?A RKSl'ECTABl.E WIDOW AS
1 1 L Invalid n?r?e; i* willing to a??i?i In llyjlit housework;
good city reference. Call on Mi> MILLEY
I PCI 4Tn AY.. BETWEEN 31 ST AND 32D STS ? A
*?Ui7 very ro?>uecxable Pnitealaot fetnuan a* ru<'utlily j
nurse. or would tAlD olio of ;m invalid; fully competent;
r.-ft react from ludiejt ami doctor. Call on 01 address Mrs. i
STACK. ___ '
X<V> m'EST (WITH NT , FIRST FL<>OK-A YOl'NO j
married ludy, wMli ? fro.lt lit aM of milk, a. act >
nnrre. Ii'v|?tre Ibr or addicar 0, C. _______
r.i \ 7 ti'i'H W BETWEEN illsT WD i::D '"TS.-A
Civ I young widow trout Saratoga a.? hour.keep't
' Mra. AISTI.V.
* LADY EXPECTING CONFINEMENT CAN NK
J\ likely accommodated with a lady medical attendant,
nursing, A-. ; tortus. #* In #10 per work, including cs.Ua*.
Addrees, lor 10 day*, Mrs. RONS, Brooklyn Rod office.
VKEnI'Ki-TABJ.E Yomo WOMAN AS Nt'RSE IN
a geii tli-nian'* family; ran take charge of a buhy Irom
it* birth would take rare of two or three children etui do
plaio tewing. Aildrcsa M. A-, bo* lift llertild oiti' :e.
\\'KT NI K8ES?GOOD SELECTION DAILY; 1'KOM
feaaiooal and dry nurse, at short notice, at UANSEN'S
Agency, 144 East 9S4 ?t. EetahUthod 18(10.
TrroMBirs nonomi uxiov, 38 luncm sett
A t;ur?r of many yeara' expetit r.ee to take care of one
child and do plain towire, or nu.-ae two invalid lutiicn; city
or country; good city reference.
Wuitreue., &?.
OQ1 P.BOADWAY?A MOST RESPECTABLE GIRL
_ * ' I at first cla..*> wait rcse, or to do cbamberwork and
vault., .n a pr'vate family ; three year-' reference from last
place. Cull on .Uvitday and intjulte of the janitor,
Mlwellancoait
"1 O rORSYTlI ST., ROOM 13.?WORK WANTED BY
1 ? no out 'tt a' carpet -owing, altering, fitting and l?j iur;
mattress*, made and made over. Addre.-j Mjt. F'KMHItOKE.
1 AO V.I'JT-OTII NT ?A VtkT'Nil: fl'RSOV V\ INK CS TO i
iUU if- to England in any rospectuble capacity lor her |
Ciill on or address L. J.
1 w> J Wl r 88D ST B ' 1 m i.\ r - \ : ROTB811Nt
I ? 1 woman to make herself generally rueful; wages no
object. Call all week.
i ! UULY B1 1 AKING UP KOI SB EBB PING WISH
J.\- & place for their servant Ca girl of 10). Address L,
MOORE, St Allan 0.
I LADY WOULD LIKE TO TAKE CIIARGE OF
iV linen room or position as companion or nursery 'gnverliens;
can give good reference. Address E. 31. H., Herald
I pt??.rn Hr 1, "
VMAID WILL GIVE JJER SERVICES TO A FAMILY
goiug to London nc it tall: will pay half pa-sage. Ad*
dress, for one week. FRENCH GIRL, Fust olflco, khinrbeck,
Dutchess county. N. Y.
4 REFINED YOUNG LADY WISUKS IJGIIT EMil
ployment of v me kind; anything not menialwould
like n position ?* companion or to do copjiQg. Addrcns SINCERE,
Herald Uptown Branch oflico. !
4 YOl NG ENGLISH LADY OF HI I I NEWEST |
j"\. sack* u fcitoutu n ms companion or homie keeper; is a
good ui a linger nnd understands all kind* of sewing and will
be aillinv to make herself generally usef ul. Address 3! is.* M.
A TI R\* ILLK, New York Hotel, comer of Broadway uud
YVaverlcy ploco.
PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS \\ A .M Ki)FKM
VLKS.
t LADY OF BBPINED EDUCATION, SPEAKING
J\. English, French and German Ilneiitly, and capable ol
corresponding io either of these language*, and who is also ;
correct and accurate at figures, decile* some employment j
where -.he oould make herself uaeful. Adilre&s iMr. X. DJiS- j
COMBKS, 153 East 3th St., near Broadway.
A LADY OF KXPEPIKNCB A8 CORRESPONDENT !
iV w ishos for that position, or copyist or honeelcceper;
retbreno excliunsmu. Address Mrs. A. A. R1GBY. 19 Great
Jones st . New York.
i FJlEXt II LADY, n.AVr.VO 15EEV IN BUSINESS,
JY and understanding millinery and dressmaking, would
)ife.< m situation in a tim clais establishment. Addiusabox
8t> Pout office. South O ran go, N. J. j
i LADY TEACHES OP YOCAL AND INSTBUMENJY
tal music and the German and French languages, (
wishes an cugagementAn a first class school or family. Address
JL. O. 3!., Fierald Uptown Brunch olfico. j
A LADY WHO FITS BY XBTHOD OR TO THE WO
^V. ore wishes a position o?< cutter and designer; ha* filled
and is qualified to command a first class position, either in
the city or out of it; first class references; terms to suit;
could tak- a valuable assistant if desired. Address, fur tame
days, IMMEDIATE, box 10G Herald Uptown Branch office.
A YOUNG, WELL EDUCATED GERMAN LADY, OF
a very distinguished family from the Rhenish provinces
(Germany^ wishes to accept a situation in on American
1'umUv, having references in New York; she speaks French
and English, plays the piano perfectly well and wishes to
render herself useful in social intercourse a.s well aa in household
affairs.
Fur particulars aud references apply to
Mr. KUDOI Jr MOSSF.,
at Frankfort-on-the Maine
(Germany), sub R., d,B70.
\ LADY DESIRES A POSITION AS TASIIIER OB i
^'Y copvi**t; good reference. Address E. M II., Herald j
Harlem Branch office. I
t LADY OP REFINEMENT, CULTURE AND CON \
J!Y sideruble business exporieuco, desires a position as
eashleror superintendent in some general establishment, i
hotel or restaurant, where integrity, ability and efficiency I
will be appreciated; terms moderate ami references unex
ceptionat'iC. Addie*. K. O., box '>,.">48 Pott office.
Millinery.?a first class trimmer wants a
situation iu an A1 house; worked only in tir-t elans
houses in Paris ami New York. Ad'lress LA FAVORITE, |
Ilerald office. ____________ I
\trANTED-HY A COMPETENT PERRON, TO TAKE j
n charge of the millinery department in a first class
house in this city, or would go South or West. Adilross Miss !
BT. CL.VJH, Workingwotuon's Protective Union, Blcecker St. j
TITANTED-A SITUATION, BY YOCNO GERMAN
tl lady, as lady's maid, under.lamln music well and
would not'nbjert to assist in tewing. Address More bid
Washington St., HobokcQ.
Uf ANTED?BY A LADY, A SITUATION A8
nursery governess. housekeeper or companion, teaches
EugBth. r: neb and tnnaie; is a thorough bou-ekecpcr; understands
all kinds of ilrestouakuig and family sewing. Any
one wanting a desirable person, with the very best references,
aldiees HBYWOOD, Herald Uptown Branch office.
jpClsP AV WTED-PEM AI.KS.
^ T. STEWART A CO.
WANT
FIRST CLASS LETTER EMBROIDERERS,
FIRST CLASS DRESSMAKERS,
FIRST CLASS CEOAKMAKKRS, and
FIRST CLASS OPERATORS ON WHEELER & WILSON'S
SEWING MACHINE, propelled by steam
Only competent persons need apply at the iHh it. entrance
before OAM Broadway and 10th st.
A GOOD WASHER AND IRONKR W1LI, FIND A I
guod situation at l,3t/7 54 av., second door below 75th i
(t., upper floor.
? ?good hands w anted to sew braid on
Jx. hat frame*; work efl-ven out Apply, before ft o'clock, ,
on second floor, to E. Ill DDE V A SON a'. Grand and Allen
Btreet*. |
A LADY OR GENTLEMAN OK EXPERIENCE
wanted to solicit advertisements for a popular pub
licotion: good position for ? lady with merry and ability.
SHARP'S- PUBLISHING COMPANY, 127 Veri er turret. !
^ T STEWART A CO.
WANT AN OPERATOR ON AN UNION BUTTONHOLE J
MACHINE, propelled by steam. Apply at Rth at. eutrnn. e
before 9 A. M. Broadway and lOlb at.
^ ' T. STEWART A CO. ?????
WANT A THOROUGHLY COMPETENT WOMAN for their I
MANUEACTCBINO WHITE GOODS department. Apply
at manager** deck before 9 A. M Broadway and lOtb at. I
A FEW LADIES. HAVINQ OOOD VOICES, WIIX
A. receive snperlnr private Instruction in Sinking and
Piano, and prepared rapidly for pnofrenion or teach lu private
family; terpi* can-. Call any <lay after 12 o'clock, at tho ,
College of Music, 927 Broadway
a N EXPERIENCED DRESSMAKER WANTED?MUST !
XV be competent to fit and cut. Address DRLSSMA KER, '
Ilerald office
Experienced hands to make men's scarps
and bona No work given out.
hitchcock, newell A co., 076 Broadway.
I^LNISIIRRS WANTED?ON NEW SHIRTS; STEADY
JC e-mployiuent. JOHN C MARIN, No. .VIS Woet 23d at.
Governess wanted-orpua* preferred, on
a rootitrj place, otic hour from city ; family two little ;
firU. Addroe.. gtrlng rofej-encc, teriur'apd age. ii. care of
A Tyler, ('airier* Department, New York Poet office,
KURSI1EEDT A CU. WANT WHEELER A WILSON
Operative* who thoroughly umlerrtuud making ladle*'
linen collar* aod cuff*; also Troy collar Irooeri for table and
block work, only experienced Uaudr need apply, 194 South :
5th ur.
TkfTLLINERS.?FIRST CLASS MILLINERS AND TRIM
1?1 arr* wanted, alto apprentice*, Apple to R A
OIESEN, IB Beat 14th at.
znALKNLADI es. ' '
i j Firtt elate ealetladie*
wanted for the
l&dlee' underwear department;
rood salaries and permanent position* to competent peri on*
none other* need apply.
Address, by letter, at once,
B. ALTMAN A CO.,
It'll and mHi i;th av,
SALESLADIES' WANTED?IN THE MILLINERY
good* department, permanent sitaatJone, atD MATLR S,
2?f> Grand it _ j
\~KI.VKT IIAM^ w Ai> I r.K -r,A i r.iu r.?' r.u iiA.\ut>
coly. Apply lo BALL A KAY. 470 Broadway.
WET MR8B WANTED?ONE TUAT CAN COME
IT well recommended, eober iiml obliging, to lire out ol ,
j the city. Adrtreaa A, H C , Herald office. I
Ur ANTED?A SMART, ACTIVE YOCNO WOMAN TO
act as clerk ; one uuick *t fiirnrri and aceuatomed to
| bendle money addreaa HENRY, box JOG Herald office.
UTAXTED-A (URL FOR CPSTAIR* WORK. APPLY
at No. 240 Went 51ft at., after 10 A. M.
Uf ANTED?A FIRST CLASS MILLINER TO TAKE
charge of a millinery department In a We Item dir.
I Atfaly at S A HEKKMAN'S, 541 Broadway, Monday, be
tween 10 end 11 o'clock.
WANTED?A TRAVELLING DRY NIR.SK FOR THE
" Konih PaciAc, to take care of a child. Addreae linme
dialely.Jt. B. 0., Foil Wa-ddugton.
. Ur ANTED-AT 1137 \}\) AV? QPERAT01UL FIMUJUII
a?e Aftl WMU*
Kk HERALD, SL\1)AV, J.
IIK I.P W A \TKU?FKM\I.KS.
\riNTBD-A I.AUV K1 lOl' lIKH FOR A I.ARUE
f Broadway gallery. Addresv for four day*, with reference,
H. J., Herald Iptown Hrjuoh o(Jic?.
U' ANTED- A KE-N * I AIO.K 4 I HI. AS < II \MBM
maid, and to do flu* washing and Ironing. Inquire,
betweeu 9 and 12 o'eloik at 131 East VHh it. _
AlrANTED?EXPERIENCED FINISHERS ON GENT'S
Vf ecarfk. Apply at JOHN M. DAYIES A CO. S. :IS4
uud .Tt>? Broadway. ___________________.
ITA' TRD-A Mil ' HCI R OXI ICCUHTOlfKD TO
f f flr-t cl*.-? work. 11 M. WINTER, 48B Fulton it.,
Brooklyn.
UrANTED- I HBS1 CLASS 1*1*111 t O* B 1C
customed to flue city retail trade and of undoubted
ability, can meet wit It a permanent position and a liberal
salary. Apply to T. BENTLEY, Millinery store, 42H FultoU
it., Brooklyn.
UrANTKD-A FIRST CLASS WAITRESS AND CH AM
beriuaid in a prKute boarding liottau; jriK>d wages to
one who understand* her husiuess. -A West 24th st.
-|1"ANTED?TEN FIRST CLASH MILLINERS; LARUE
?? salary to ladies of ability Apply in the morning at
EHR1CH H. 2*7 ioiil2SDBth av , between 24th and 2.">th Jts
IV ANTED?A LADY WIIO WILL MAKE TO ORDER
?? fine 1 adieu' underwear and infant*' wear for a large
establishment: constant work. Address M. X , Herald office.
TETANTED A FIRST CLASS FOREWOMAN, ACCU0*
T f turned to ladies' snita, to take charge of a work room.
LORD A TAYLOR, Grand and Christie sis
IV"ANTED?A SMART. ACTIVE YOUNG BUSINESS
D lady for our order department; one well qualilied to
select good* ordered by letter, embracing a pood and
thorough knowledge of ladies unci children** wear anil a
t;f nor.'kl know It* dire -I" drv cootl* and tknev u-uimIm. \ frond
position and liberal salary offered to a competent person.
All applicants must Mate what knowledge 1* poseeawd of
above by letter. B ALT MAN A CO., 331 and 333 Oth uv.
SIT I ATIOKS \\ 1NTED-MALS9.
A RESPONSIBLE PARTY, WITH WAREBOOM8 IN
In-'st bualnexf centre, having hi* time not hilly occupied,
wishes to secure the agency of a respectable firm ??r to act <u?
representative for an out of town manufacturer; bighe.-t reference.
Address B. R., box 150 Herald office.
Astenooraphbr desires a sm ation PAIR
and rapid penman: moderate salary; no objection to
leaving the city; tlrst class reference. Address FACliOS,
llcrald office.
A YOUNG M AN. 19 1HIBB OF Ifll, H i% ING H ID
J\ several years' experience in business, would like to get
u position iu a wholesale buttle to learn the business; best
reference given. Address.!. K., Herald office.
4 RBSP1 CI IB1 B COLOR] D BOY WISHES I BIT
IV nation as waiter itiaprivatc family or with a doctor;
not afraid of w??rk ; references. 313 West 38d st.
A COLOBBD MAN COOK WANTS A SITUATION
J\. as cook In a hotel, restaurant or boarding house; can
give first class reference. Address A. N. J5., 228 Thompson
st.
A BOY, WHOSB FATHER (OWING TO THE DULL
time*? i* out of work, desires a situation in ?* store or
office to run errands. Address C. C., box '223 Herald office.
\ FIRST class WAITER SWISS) WANT8 A SITUatiou
in a hotel, restaurant or private fumilv; references
from tha heat houses In tblt eity. Address VyAITLK,
box 185 fiorald Uptown Branch office.
A YOUNG MAN (COLORED), 18 YEARS OLD, WISHES
J* jl a situation with a plivilclan or gentleman to take care
of one or two hones; v >ll make hiro**lf generally nseful;
w ell recommended. Address J. P. B., 41 West 45th st.
4 RESPECTABLE COLOBBD BOV WISHES A SITUJ\
ntlon to work in a "t4.?e or drive for a doctor. Gallon
or address XEI) (.'J.ARK, 169 West 201 b st.
BAUTKNDRK WANTS A SITUATION?LATELY
lauded fr. in Dublin ; ha* a good knowledge, reference
and xecnritjr. Address BARTENDER. 87 3d av., corner Euit
12th st.
TAEALIKS IN CORDWOOD. LUMBER, STAVES,
j / frpokos, railroad ties, ship timber, Ac., could get uii cx- |
perieuced gentleman to act for them South by addressing
Virginia residence, iioraido?ce.
SITUATION WANTED?BY A GENTLEMAN POSSESS
0 ing a fine business education; Luk written testimonials
but no tuoncy to loan employer; no book t>r insurance soli
cjtor, nutorit right or coufidcuce operators need apply. Address
HEAL WoRTII, Jioruld office.
Uf ANTED?BY A BOY OF 10, JUST LEAVING
-ebool, a position in some mercantile hou-o. in which,
by industry, he can advance himself. For farther particulars,
?|ualiiicstioHfi and references upply, either personally or
by letter, to the Principal of St. Francis' College, 41 Butler
street, Brooklyn.
U7?ANTED?A SITUATION, BY A YOUNG ENGLISHroan,
as cook and ?arvcr. Address G. M., 171 Last 11 Ath
st , Harlem.
WILL BE PAID FOR A SITUATION AS 1
V ? ' cashier or head waiter in a first class restaurant ; |
best references Address J A Q., Herald nttce.
71? ~ 8TH A1 -A RESPECTABLE COLORED MAN
1 Ut/ wishes a situation a> waiter in a hoarding house,
private family or to do office cleaning. Address H. IE,
licr a id office.
< LERK8 A \ I > SALESMEN
4 S OLD MANUFACTURING COMPANY WANT A i
J A. smart, active salesman, of good address, to travel. Ad- j
dress, giving buslne.-.i experience, Ac., w hich will be in confl
doitoe, J. II. C., llerald office. I
A YOUNG MAN WANTS A SITUATION AS BOOR- ,
1\. koepnr and to act as clerk: would l?>eu employer $25U;
first class refercuce. Address PERSEVERING, Herald of- I
flee.
\ GENTLEMAN OK BUSINESS EXPERIENCE, GOOD I
J\. accountant. correspondent ami salesman, will accept 1
any position, for board for himself and family ; best references
Addroee WEI I.WCJOTi ttaeald <dl.c.
a firm retiring from business desire to
obtain a good position fur their bookkeeper , lie is a
young married man and can bo spoken of In the highest
tonus. Address PHCIiNli, box 184 Jlernbi office.
A FIRST RATE SALESMAN, ACQUAINTED WITH
J V fancy goods, who has some money to invest in the safest
manner, in Ay address MERCHANT, box 177 Herald oflice.
A SITUATION IN AN OFFICE AND FAIR WAGES
paid, to a person having some ready cash to invest on
ample security. Address INVESTMENT, Herald Uptown
Branch office.
Books and accounts investigated, balanced, i
closed end remodelled, if desired, by an efficient account j
ant; moderate terms arranged by the .iob. Address A. B. R.,
box f>,501 Post office.
BOYS' CLOTHING.?WANTED, A YOUNO MAN AS j
stock clerk; one fully acquainted with the business required.
Address, station salary expected and references,
BROADWAY, box 17!) Herald oflice.
Bookkeeping?a practical bookkeeper
will instruct thoroughly a young man in bookkeeping,
(It htm lor business; 8 to 10 r. M.; Brooklyn; moderate
terms. Address Mr. COLLINS, box 140 Herald office.
/NIGAlt SALESMAN OF MANY YEARS' EXPERIENCE,
V> who has a large connection with the Jobbing trade both
East and West, is now o|?eti to make ,v rangemrnts wdth a
first class manufacturing house ; none others will be treated
with; best city roference. Address B. t'., Herald office.
Desire a position on steamer, home oe
foreign, as cierk. purser or position of trust; can give I
AI reference; have n few thousand dollars properly secured, !
to Invest or loan. Address V. d., box 182 Herald office.
DRUO CLERK?A COMPETENT SINGLE MAN
wanted as assistant ilia first class drug store. Address,
Dating qualifications, Ac., A POTOBCARY, Brooklyn Post
office.
IflRST CLASS SUIT AND CLOAK SALESMAN
wanted; also floorwalker None but experienced and
Competent incm need apply. Address by letter only, giving
references, B ALTMAN A CO.
331 und Slid tJth ar.
OILS?A MAN Ok ACCEPTABLE CAPACITY
wanted, to sell machinery nils; with the right party a
liberal arrangement will bo made. Address MACHINERY
OILS, Ilvuid office.
IJIIAKMACISTS.?JUMOR'CLKRK, STEAKING OER
man desires a position with privilege to attend college
Address ARNICA, Herald Uptown llrancb office.
SALESMEN AND SALESWOMEN WANTED?APrLY,
O by letter only, giving reference and name of last era
ployer; state salary expected and the goods with which yon
arc most familiar. Address TWENTIETH .STREET RETAIL,
LORD A TAYLnR. New York.
QITUATION WANTED-BY AN AMERICAN MAN; IS
O competent to till any duty in bnrlness; Is a good be lento
on or stock kenper and has had experience In bookkeeping.
Address 0. 1' ., llcraid office
rniM cit'iiL- u ien/n trim ru av-onnoTro nt-an.
X imj and reliable. Apply at 311 kS av.
rf'ilOKOUGU BOOKKEEPER, CORRESPONDENT IS
1 English, German, Spanish and French, want? employ
ment in s?tn? mercantile house, good references. Address
\V , Herald office.
TU DBCUGIiTrs.?WANTED. A MAS COMi'ETKST TO
1 taJitt charge of a drug storei; one wilb some capital pre
ferred, to whom a liberal offer will he made. Address
DRUGUIBT, Herald office
WASTED?A YOUNG, ENERGETIC BUSINESS HAN,
IT lii peintari' supply store. Address THOMAS C.
HOJEK, 9B6 IM ar.
\\TANTED?A S M ART YOUNG MAN, WILLING TO
T T work himself tm, for one of oar offices?Sew York,-Ter
?cy City, Newark or Trenton must doposit $500 caab. None
others need addrese box 249 rest office, Jersey City.
IV" ANTED?A COMPETENT OFFICE MAN TO TAKE
TT frill charge of tlie business of an old establtabad mercantile
collecting agency, about establishing headquarter? In
New York; must have ,000. Address Post office box 240,
Jersey City.
WANTED?YOUNG MEN TO LKARN THE RETAIL
TT dry goods business. Apply to LORD A TAYLOR,
corner of Grand and Chrystle streets.
AIT ANTED?A FIRST CLASS WINDOW DRESSER:
TT salary no object Also, first (loos men for suit sud
print departments. None but experienced bands need apply.
TERENCE HARKEN. M and 37 Catharine street.
U" ANTED?AN ENERGETIC SALESMAN, WITn A
large acquaintance, lor tine and uiedlunr clothing to
order, on Broadway. Address, utitlnp where last employed !
and Other particulars. ENTERPRISE A.
YVrANTED?A YOUNG MAN ABLE TO HELL COAL '
TT at retail and make hiinrelf generally u?. fuj at the |
office Address, stating salary expected and refereutios.
DOWN TOW N YARD, Herald office.
VV"ANTED?ENTRY CLERK AND ASSISTANT BOOK. \
IT keeper in a manufacturing anaJ Mung house, a young
man quick a; Bgures. Address WHITE STREET, Herald ,
office.
ItTANTED?AN ITALIAN GENTLEMAN TO TRANS '
TT late and write occasional commercial letters for a city .
mm Apply, In Bng^lsh, to ft. t). > QQ Herald office.
i TTTANTED-BY A WHOLESALE GROCERY HOUSE
....... -v . un imi.ti, ititvn uini experience,
itliii n thorough knowledge of the hiis!np*e of receiving clerk
Athlret" .tnt'iug Hilorjr wuuUxl ?ud where l*?l employ ed, J.
fi W.^ flcreld office.
~tITAXTED?VOI'NO MEN AS TEA CI.KItKS PREFER
Tf eocc given to e*i>orloncotl hende. No. 77 Veeejr *t I
Tl'ANTED-A FIRST I J.ASS CORRESPONDENT IN
\l 'Jerman and KngHeh; onexuofitiouable reference* m
to rharurti r onfr^i'Ot.'itj AdkUeet Oox J.7H2 New
. v?d fort ,
LlUlST 22, 1875.?-TRIPLE
CLERKH AM> HALKKHKN.
U'AVTKD?HY A WINK JOBBIHO llol SK Knit
olliee * nrk. a youth about eighteen y??ra of age who
rcaidra with bin parent" and can (tire reference from la?t employ
?r. Addrt-ts with full particulars, D. 0., bo* lt*J Herald
< woe.
U'wricn? A OOOD IAUKHAX. FOR ARTIFICIAL
tiowora and feathers, Address X t'. II., Herald ofliee.
AI'ANTED? AX EXPERIENCED SALESM AN FOR
Ir the wholesale wine and lic|tior trade ; must have been
employed by u elty Brui of good "landing, and coinuiand 11 rat
ela?a trade lu city and Uelahhorhoud. Address bo* 4,5:46
Poal olMce.
II' Will' - W.I.S.W AN, IN AN V LINK OK HI'SIM
ness enntrolllBK eutdomera requirlnir shirts for trade or
personal purposes; liberal entBtniashui" paid; aUnaJuitldf
dry (roods clerk. Apply to JOHN D McllKATH, IrreprersiLot'
Shirts, 4H1 Broadway,
A ITANTED?TEN ACTIVE AND ENKROKTIC SALES
?l nieu NON EXPLOSIVE LAMP COM PANT, HI Narsati
at., up stairs.
UA.lll-l/?WUUll, lu.l.l \ t?I.r. Wl'..\, VtllU * v."*
Irive good reforcncpH, to cull ut 505 Oil? av., Now York,
or 400 Kit)to 11 *t., Brooklyn, to net as fulcrum1!!; will pay good
cnnimifubui; at no salary, from #15 to $25 per week, Cull be
tween 3 and 4 IV M
UflNDOW DRESSER ? A FIRST CLASH WINDOW
dreaacr wanted At LORD A TAYLOR'S, corner Grand
and Chrystle sts.; must be nn experienced hand.
COACHMEN AND a 1RDE1IER8.
4 RESPECTABLE COLORED MAN WISHES A SITU
J\. utlon a? coachman; tlioruu'.Hilv understands hi* business;
bus Ove years' reference. Call on or uddre.-s A. VY.,
110 and 112 Hum 13th at.
A SITUATION WANTED?AN INDUSTRIOUS YOUNG
II man u?s coachman and plain gardener: Ik Holier uud
obliging; good reference. Adoyoss D . box 116 Herald office.
4 GENTLEMAN DESIRES A PLACE FOR TITS
Jr.L enaebman; city or country; can highly recominond
him; he can also do general work.
A. K PHILLIPS, 287 Broadway, room 19.
4 COACHMAN'S SITUATION WANTED?BY A SIN
iV xleiuiMi; best city reference from hint employer, 301
5th nv. Call on or uddrc*H W. K., harness maker, Bit Oth av.
4 YOUNG, RESPECTABLE COLORED MAN AS
_;\ coachman and wuiior; four year* uud half references.
216 Spring ft.
/ 10ACDIIA N AND GARDENER'S flrflJATION WANT"
i cd by a tnuu who thoroughly understand* both; can
milk; will make himself generally useful; best references.
Addrecs K., box I2?i Hi-raln office.
QITI 4.TION WANTED?BY A MARRIED MAN, AS
H coachman; thoroughly understands his business; no
objection to the country. Addrottf I'll ADDEUs DAVIDS A
CO., 127 and 129 William rt.. New York.
TIT"ANTED?A SITUATION, BY A YOUNG MAN, AS
I? coHfbiuttD and gardener: understands tbe rare of
horse* and cow a and i? willing to maka himself generally useful.
AdilrcsS II. II. Herald office.
HELP WAXTKD?M VLES.
4 N INTELLIGENT, ENERGETIC MAN CAN OBTAIN
J\. steady employment and make $5 to $10 per dax ; no
risk. Apply to or address ROBERT MACOY, 620 Broadway, ]
AGENTS WANTED IV NEW VoKK AND OTHER
J.\. citiox and tunas; a;ront? arc making a handsome income
in this ciuiy and respectable business. Gall on or address
HOME P. COMPANY, 840 Broadway.
A GENTS WANTED?CITY AM) COUNTRY, TO SELL
J Y. tr-os to families and large consumer,; greater inducement*.
CANTON TEA COMPANY, 148 Chambers st.
A N EDUCATED GENTLEMAN, OF GOOD ADDRESS,
jV to .' oli.it orders lor a publishing house, to travel through
tlio city uud country; faros paid.
JAMES SHET'.HV, 33 Barclay st.
]l ALT MAN A CO., 331 AND 333 OTH AV., WANT A
J), per ou to give out material for ladies' dresses; must
have a good knowledge of workmanship, style and finish;
one familiar with those duties can securo a permanent and |
good position. Address, as above, giving reference, Ac.
pUNVASSERS WASTED FOB AN ARTICLE NOT YET
Vv1 introduced to the pnhlle. Every family requires cue.
Apply to J. W. HUGHES, f>l Liberty st.
TOftKB.?TO GIVE AWAY, STATE AND COUNTY
I Right- for our famous "Bishop Patent Latuhs Wool
Dustur." Sample and trrms on unplicstlnn.
BISHOP A NORTHROP, Wyandotte. Mich.
"VTEWSPAPER CANVASSERS HAVING AN KSTAB- !
J.1 llsbcd connection among advertisers, will do well to 1
call at the office of The Patron's Gazette, 11 Frankfort st. I
TV7"ANTED?IN A LAW OFFICE, A YOUNG MAN OF ;
TT ability ami energy, who is determined to study law.
Address, with references. A. A. A., Herald office.
TIT-ANTED ? AN EXPERIENCED ADVERTISING
. , at'-ut, null tni.ii i ii i. mi nit iii-iibiiii ni:ii ||line
American. t til at 24 Ma relay street, socuMil lloor, or t
address by letter box 4.HIS I'nat office.
A\r ANTED?A GOOD STOI I LAI) AROUND A STOKE
r I and to take out light p ickages; must eotne well recommended;
wages $3 per week. Address B . Herald office.
"\lt anted?a BOY TO he GENERALLY USEFUL
ft and assist in a liar. Apply at 10 A. M. Monday.
E EMMONS, 107 Heater at., corner of Kidridge.
\YANTED?80BKR, HONEST MAN, TO WORK l.\
It store and drive a team : mutt be a (food judge of buy
and straw and used to riding same from barges. Call at 24b
Front at.
"IV"ANTED?A SOLICITOR FOR THE LITHOOKAJ'TIIC
tt trade. Au inducement i? offered in the control of a
specialty which has large sales. Nono Imt an experienced
canvasser need apply to JENCKS, llcralrl office.
TIT'ANTED?BOYS, FROM 15 TO 17 YEARS OF A OK,
tt of genteel anpsaronce. Apply to LORD A TAYLOR,
corner of Grand ana Ohryrtie sts
\VTANTED?FIRST CLASS WAITERS. AITI.Y MON
i T^ day morning, at 1)8 Cedar it.
TITANTBD?AGENTS To SELL TEAS TO HOTELS.
11 resraurants and large consumers in town aud country;
special inducements to men who ran command a trade. Apply
to II. W. PINN'lOF.S A CO., 7.7 Barclay at. 1
Aim ITERS WANTED (OR CANYABSKRSi, ABLE TO !
II prepare descrlntivo sketches of pcoplo, business. Inven j
Hons, Ac., for a live business paper; new system ; reniunera
tion extra. 23 Park row, room 25.
"\rOUNO MEN TO LEARN TELEOBAPH OPF.RATINO
A and obtain good positions when qualified. Call on or
address TELEGRAPH INSTRUCTION CO., No. 2 Clluton I
place, corner Ptb st. and Broadway.
THE TEiPBI.
^ MAN TO OIYE OUT MATERIAL FOB LADIES'
dresses; inu&t bare a good knowledge of workmanship, style
and finish ; one familiar with these duties can secure a per
msnent am good position. Address, givlug rofereuce, Ac.,
B. ALT.MAN A CO., 331 A 333 8th av.
A?AGENTS WANTED TO SELL A NEW AND MUCH
needed article; large profit and ijitlck sales. No. 043
Rruadway, room 7.
/NABIN STEWARD AND COOK WANTED-FOR
\J United Stales steamer Intrepid. Apply at Lyceum building.
Navy Yard.
/CUSTOM SHIRT CUTTER WISHES A SITUATION?TO
I I ...i.lnn, ?r .li.ck ,1 i.rk - llw.rniurl lv nn.l.r.l ii,?l. ,.11
braneho* of the trade. Address CLdl'OM, Herald Uptown |
Branch offico.
KP.SPONSIBLE JOB COMPOSITOR, WITH FROM I
- $100 to $200, wanted, to take charge and run a job oflice
for half the profile; it cbanco seldom offered. Add ret* J
PRINTER, Herald Uptown Branch office. I
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOt'NO MAN, IN A .
printing office, to If urn tho trade. References. Address '
box 1,000 l'oft office, Middletown, Orange county, X V.
SITUATION WANTED?RY A YOUNG MAX IN A j
printing office to learn the trade; references. Address
box 1,000 I'oet office, Mlddletown, Orange county, N. Y.
rno MERCHANT TAILORS.?A FTRST CLASS CUSTOM
1 enttcr *111 be open for an engagement by the 1st of
September; ba? a good trade. None but downtown bouses
need address box 114 Herald office.
mAILOHS WANTKD-W1IO THOROUGHLY UNDER
J stand the making of ladies' waists; those competent may
apply at nnee so LORD A TAYLOR. Workroom entrance
on ItOlh st.
rpilE METROPOLITAN PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT.
J. 218 Broadway, bate unsurpassed facilities for doing all
kinds of Printing with nnusal promptness and at moderate
prices.
WANTED?A POSITION AS CUTTER IN A MERST
client tailoring establishment; no objections to go to e
6ood Western town. Address or apply to McCOKMICK. Mjf?
roadway, New York.
WANTED?A SITUATION AS CUTTER IN A MER
TT chant tailoring ?r a first class clothing establishment;
Is fully competent either at custom work or in getting up
patterns; 20 years' experience, answers from in or out of the
city received confidentially fur one week. Address GENERAL
CUTTER, box 118, Herald office.
WANTED.-A CAPABLE AND EXPERIENCED A.NERI
T T can carpenter to take charge of a bouse, city or country.
where repairs or alterations are proposed, and nart nay
taken In rent; best city and country referonco. Address
n H , Herald office.
"11rANTED?A OAKDKNER. FOR A GENTLEMAN'S
M place; must uudorstand his business In otery respect,
take care of a borne and make himself generally useful. In
quire on Monday, at 101 Duano at., between 2 and 5 o'clock
U'AN TED?TWELVE EXPERIENCED SOFT AND
stiff fait hat trimmer* Apply nt 11. M. SILVER
MAN'S, lot Grand a*., Brooklyn.
\1TANTED-A WATCHMAKER. AN AMERICAN ABOUT
ff 23 years old, unmarried An liunnt, capable..good
workman may address, with photograph, lock box No. GO
Post Office, Wertfleld, Mass
x ir ANTED?IN A rilOTOORAPIHC QALLEUV. A
VV fint class poser. To sucb a party a perm uncut situs
Hon will be gUam Only a first class man need apply. Address
I'OHEK, box 111 Herald office.
Wanted immediately?kotr good sewer
bricklayers, to wbom will be given two months' work;
wagea, At per teu hours. D. J. CURTIS, 12 Harrison nv.,
Springfield, M ass.
Il'ANTKD?A PINOLE HANI) FILE FORGER AI'ELY
\Y to J P DOIti A .CO., B2 West Qulncy it., Chicago.
$rn BONDS?AN Al NEGATIVE RETOUCHER
t )1 I gives the above for A situation, or for any office
occupation commending $10 a week. Address NEtiATI Vil
IiE1\lCCIIER, lltnald office.
MJCJDIC AL!
T -Jd M ERB6TELL, MID WIPE. SINCE 1M0 No. I
, Last Fifty second street, first door from Fifth avenue.
4 -DR. AND MMK. VAN Bl'.SKI RK?RESIDENCE
J\.? No. I.rct East 28lh it., betw?en 3d and Lexington avs.
4 ? MM? MAXWELL, lit EAST TENTH STREET,
j\ , gives medical advice to jsdles and elilldrcn gratis.
4 DVICE FREE ?DR. AND MME. ROTT CAN BE CON.
j\, suited ooulidentlully. No. 47 West Thirteenth street.
A -DR. AND MME. GRINDI.E CURE ALL COM
plaints; 25 years' practice H2 West Forty eighth >t.
{'ONRl'LT DR OR MME WEPT-ALL COMPLAINT*
v. caxt'd. adsmm Bread*v.
0UJOS?. J
FOR sAI.K.
t -i havk two urrowx roixii uoi'oi
A\ Stores, both cleiraiilly lltted end In tir*I via.. liW4tluui;
priors Artrti and $l,i*W; one only fur sale. See ruy agent,
LLOYD, Broadway.
i HOOI) LIQL'OR STORE, WELL LOCATED. OX
f v one of the beet corner* In tu Elt'^'Ulli ward, will w
bolil tit u rfKiu>imlil? iirlct* Apply to WILLIAM ABBOTT,
Auctioneer, No. 8 Chamber! street.
\X OLD ESTABLISHED ICE CREAM, CONEECTIOXcry
ami Toy Store for sale cheap; best Du?iriw-w neighburhood
in lliirlcm: low rent; ileltnrm cause of -elllng.
if.828Third avenue, between Ib'tith and 127th street!. _
\NEW SINCKIt'S FAMILY IMlMtOVKD SEWIXO MA.
chine, extension table ttll,l side drawers: co-t a few
j month. ago >70; will lie .old fur full at IV? Bond street.
A WIIEEI.ER A WILSON El EST CLASS FBMILT
a'Y Seeing Machine, encased In blm k walnut attachments
complete, xreat lacriflro, only f23. 285 Canal street, coruer
Broadway, under ltnldwin'e.
\ HALF CABINET WHEELER A WILSON FAMILY
bew.uk Machine, cost $7.7. will l,e s,.|,i for *25 ? a?h.
Call at :t.>7 Itlv. Iter street, between Tenth and Char lee ate.
A ?HURT A HAYNHR, FINANCIAL AVI) BUSINESS
. Y Brokers, 1*7 Broadway, effect bundles* transfers, .negotiate
nnrtiietRhlpr, Ac., cxnedlttouely Register published
monthly, gratis or mailed for stamp; registration free; no
A -WILLCOX A GIBBS NEW STYLE SEWING MA
-'V. chine Attachments complete, com ting $05. for $30 cash;
also, Wheeler A Wilson at l?r?s than half eu:?t. No. 3
Woostcr utroet, one door from Canal.
4 ?Tf!F. DINING ROOMS AND OYSTER HOUSE
A* Bowery, tlcgantly fitted and doing a good paying
business, for sale cheap. If not sold see "Auctions"
Tuesday next. IXOYI), Auctioneer, 2!) Broadway.
4 good Opportunity to make money.?the
A receipt and right fur making u valuable proprietory
poods, with Fixture* for manufacturing, will he sold low;
good* ^ell well and par 5Dpor cent profit at wholesale. Apply
to MITCHELL, 77 Cedar street. _
AN K LEVATOR FOR SALE. APPLY TO FB. 13E('K
J.Y it CO., iKJfl Went Twenty-ninth street.
4 CHANCE TO GET A GOOD SEWING MACHINE
ji\ cheap; 100 for a!c to close business; Domestic,
Wheeler Si Wilson, half cabinet Singer: improved Willcox A.
Gtbbi; (25 to $88 0] Bleachor street neir ft idwsji
\?THE BEST LOCATED BAH AND RESTAURANT
on West street, uear White Btur lino, for halo or to let;
long lease. J A M ES 0 AC NEY,
15 Ahiugdon square, Eighth avenue.
4 CIGAR AND CONFECTIONERY STORE FOR SALE,
l\ with tL>r? : room* back; furniture pood fur housekeeping;
uear i-.huol, 7?X> or 800 children; also 100 acres of
Timber Lund to exchange for Sample Room; would trade all
together; a bargain. Call at store 552 Fourth avenue, near
Fifteenth street, South Brooklyn*
HCT( IIKR'S FIXTURES?STALLS, COUNTERS,
Bencliea, Blocks, Fish aud Ov.vr Stands. grocer'* llaio
Rack \ .to ; n?w and *< t ond hand MATH EKOX A CO.,
West. Thirty fourth stri et, near Eleventh avenue.
Bakery for sale cheap.?call, on monday,
at No. 200 Grand street, Jersey City, N. J.
/ MI A N C F. ~F() P. SALE C11K A P, A N O LD K ST A B LIS 11 ED
\ ' Real Estate Hurl n ??:> , established over -even years, with
largo rent collect ing Apply at 109 Wed Thirty third street,
oil'1 ! '.r wed ?. i Six l h a\ en no.
/CORNER LIQUOR STORE IN THE SEVENTH WARD
\J for sale very cheap; loug lease; extremely low rent.
Apply to PETER McQUADE, 11 Murray street, after 3 P. M.
tjl leg \ nt officb fixtures, suitable fob
i J hanking, real eHtute or in.srirunce buxjoc**. consisting of
inlaid Railing and Partitions, CurpoU, De.>k*, a largo Mar
sin's Safe, Ac.; will be sold at a great sacrifice. Apply at 906
Sixth avonuo.
IjlANC V GOODS STORE ON A LEADING AVENUE
for salo at n bargain; owner retiring from business on
account of ill health. Apply at 750 Third avenue.
T710R CHEAP PRINTING CALL ON THE METRO POLI1
1TAN PRINTING ESTABLISUM KNT, No. 21* Broadway.
TT10R S ILK?MILK ROUTE OF 500 QUARTS, IIORSKS
1 and Wagons. luuuirc at 150 North Sixth street. Brooklyn,
E. D.
T7I0R SALE?RETAIL TEA STORE. ESTABLISHED 80
years; Kiitl.U'actory reason* for silling. Address II. 1*.,
I. tx I":; II.r0doOhe.
"poR KALE?OX ACCOUNT OF TDK DEATH OF THE
JL I'd ? owner, the Flunk and Fixtures of a Bur, Oyster
and Billiard Room, established 26 years. Apply on the prcmLev,
369 Myrtle uveuuo, Brooklyn. Incase given.
T?OR SALE?A FINE CORNER LIQUOR STORE, 1)0I
itig n good business, situated on one of the enM side
avenno.i: terms moderate; good reasons given fur selling.
For particulars apply at 63 Front rtrcct, or to LLOYI), 29
Broadway.
TpOR SALE?THE STOCK AND FIXTURES OF A
I first class Liquor,Store or v. ill take a partner. Apply on
premises North Eleventh and First streots, Brnoliiyu4 r. ti.
}710R SALE?A STAND IN WASHINGTON MARKET;
ouc of the he.nt locations for business? b"of or pro vie ions;
price reasonable. Addru^C. M. G., Herald office.
fjlOR SALE?AN IRON HOLLOW WARE KANVVACturlug
BueineMU, with Toot*, Flasks, Dies. Ac., the same
being a monopoly and protected by two patent*, for 15 and 16
years respectively, frot.i May. 1S75; this huslnesb Ik now well
this foundry is also doing a good jobbingtrade. Parties wishing
to Invnntigate will piukso a.i.lrtss IRON FOUNDRY,
llertilu office.
IJlOIt SALE-SOME VERY HANDSOME FRUNZE AND
a Musical Clock, .Music Box iin.l Parlor ll.iguiolle Table.
Apply at A. J THOMAS. No. 601 Broadway
um SALE?A FIRST CLASS OONPBCTIOirKBY.
J" Cuke Ba'.arv ami Ice Cream Saloon. This Is tbe l.e.?t
chance fbi it bakery or oyster saloon in the city Call at ur
address 1,(301 Broadway, between Fitly tlrst and Fifty second
street*.
T7IOR SALE?THE AYBLL KNOWN COFFEE, CAKE
A? and dluing saloon 41 Ann Mraot. No agents.
tilQR SALE-CHEAP FOR CASH. ALE CASKS, BAB
rein and Half Barrel.". Apply at brewery 145 La*i Forty
second utroet.
TNOtt SALE?STOCK AND FIXTURES OF A FABCT
F and Dry (loads Store, e'tubiisbod 15 year', at a bargain,
on account or death. 113 Sovantli avenue.
VjlOR SALE. ?A NICE CORNER LIQUOR STOBE WTLI.
be mid very cheap for cadi ; .-.Rood stand and cheap
rent. Apply on tiro preuiitca, 115 Third avenue.
T7IOR SALE?THE LEASE. STOCK AND FIXTURES OF
F n well located Jewelry Store, or will trade for Ileal Estate
Address KXf ELSlOU. Herald FpPiwu Bi.i.ch .idicc tpOM
SALE-SMALL FANCY STOKE IN HARLEM. ON
Third avenue, doing paying business; rent low; sickness
cause of selling. No agentj need apply. Address 2,171
Third avenne.
Tjtolt BALE?FINE YEARS' LEASE OF CORNER
Store, In one of the best locution* on Broadway, Call
n< i,'J5s Broadway,
flOR PALE CHEAP?LIQUOR AND 11KKH SALOON,
now doing good b'lsloe'i. Inquire on tb<> preinlsea,
118th street and rourtb avenue. IHOS. PEARSON.
T.Tt>R SALE CHEAP?A RARE OPPORTI'NITY?A
" apleudid Cigar Store, in the best louality of the city.
Apply in tlie store, 41) Whitehall street.
One of Marvin'3 UMin and best fhie
nroot hafcj for sale. Apply at No. Ill Nassau street,
room 9.
"IJAINT SHOP 102 WEST TWENTY-FOURTH STREET.?
J Fixtures, luariuiuing. ttopes, i<?u<rnrs, <*c., ior saie. inquire
at 104 Wf? Twonty-fonrth street, or .HW West Thirtieth
street. _
TO WATCirMAKBRS AND JEWI5LLEBB.?FOR PALE,
the Stock and Fixture* of a sturc on one of the avenues:
amount about $S,UOO; to close an estate of party lately do
ceased. Address box 2,Of7 Post oflice.
Q(k WASHINGTON STREET.?GROCERY STORE FOR
0?* sale cheap; lour rooms and kitchen back of etore ; rent
very low ; will be sold cheap
AEAA ?THB KNT1BE interest AMD CONTROL
!J)l)UU. of ft specially in Stationery; a remunerative and
continually iucrea.ing cash business. Address J. W., box
171 lleralil oltlce.
M ACHINKRT.
X,TOR HALE-ai HORSE POWER POUTAMLE ENGINE,
. nearly new, suitable for wood or coal; also a largo assort
nient of new nnd second hand Steam Engines aiiu Hollers,
Shafting, Pulleys, Steam Pumps, Tanks and Lethes, Ac., Ao
FINNEY k IIOKFMAN, Builders,
21.1 to 225 Water street, Brooklyn.
TTIOR SALE-AT LOW PRICES, LARGE LOT OF
J Woodworking Machinery, also 4D-horsu Engine and
Holler, PIanere. Moulding. Tennon and Mortising .Machines,
Gig and Swing Saws. Itesawtng Machine and a lot of Shafting,
Hangers and Pulleys. <fH8 Madison street, near Grand
| street fhrry. ___________________
flOIl SALU-A SPLENDID AIR PUMP, WITH Apparatus
for canning fruit, very cheap. Address or applyto
WILLIAM CLARKE, U04 Planestreet, Newark, N. J.
IjlOR SALE?THERE BOILERS, ABOUT 14 FEET
' long, 4 fc?t diameter; ??0 to GO horse power; one
engine 12x50; In good order, and nearly as good as new;
price, with all ftipuxtBiiaucei, PI,500 caeh. Apply to I*.
LORILLAlil) k CO.. 1U Chambers street.
JTOR SALE CHEAT?HOIST WUF.EL AND FIXTURES,
Complete; also largo black walnut Office Table.
A. A G. O. II ALL, 1? Park place.
XTEW AND SECOND HAND ENGINES, BOILERS
11 and Pumps, all sixes (Bogardus Mills), Tanks Lathes,
shafritim 1'iilfev* Ac. at extra bantam*. WILSON A
ROAKE, Front ami Dover etreete.
PORTABLE STEAM HOISTERS FOR BALB-WITli
Hollers or without; bolsters excheneed; light or heavy
c?n he raised with tuis machine without ttoopine the
engine. 3. RU8UWORTH. Patentee.
2.VJ West Twenty-eighth street.
TO AN OWNER OF A BOILER, ENGINE, WASHER
ami Pump, lultnhle to work an iron mine, erf at inducements
will he offered hy addressing box 8,610 New York
I'oet office
tit anted?a second hand niagara pi'mp, no.
IT 3, iu jrr>??l order. Address, giving price, Ac., m. 0. l.,
46 Meclionic etroet, Newark, N. J.
14*'ANTED?A SECOND HAND BOO A ROUS mill. in
IT good order. Addreee K., box 1,788 Now York Post
, office.
Vlf ANTED?A SECOND HANI) ENGINE AND BOILER.
II all coinplrtn, in good order; not lees then 12x124 liichoj.
State si/a, condition, make and lowest cash price. Addreee
box 1,1)68 Poet oOoe.
/' FEET PLANER. TWO SCREW AND TWO HAND
U Lathee mid email Toole; will eell cheap or let the
I same. Apply at No. 8 Gold direct, fourth floor.
DK M TIETR V.
Artificial teeth, on rose pearl-'little
genie," #7; net oral and beamilul I)R. GEORGE U.
; MODEM ANN. vi2 Third aeenne. near Thirty sixth .tract. _
L 4( tUl'TIl Ikiii v f 11' DUDin a v Ik nTa'ACTf PfTf j I?MY
I ^ I(?m l*eatrl Platen (Indicating color und substance) fbr
?riitirlrtl teeth exr* 1 everything heretofore offered for
twenty, twngrh and lightness; needs only to he teen to bo
apj?r?rl urd ; madn In one day and only flfl P^Jl% C*'J lll4
rxannne. Alio li^t rubber Sets, from *10 to *K>; gold and
pUtlna, f!Wt" $4*>; extracting under ga? Or r. O, WAiX,
i %t U*a 1 arait* Utird streak uvftr JiediW
I ?ALB> AT Arcnott
| * ?JKRK. JOHNSON. .IB., AUCTIONEER,
Furniture, Merchandise and Fine A/U Salesroom,
87 Nassau street. .
Real Estate Department. 21 Park row. New York. __
OX WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2ft. AT Jul, O'CLOCK
AT TIIK PRIVATE RESIDENCE.
NO 6 EAST FORTY SECOND ST, NEAR FIFTH AT,
ALE T1IB ELEGANT HOUSEHOLD F URN IT IKK
contained in thi- uhuve mansion,
Iiy order of the Mortgagee,
comprising very elegant ami elaborately carved rnsewn I
i mid black walnut I'at lor Suite. Ktagerea, Buffet- Manuel a.: 1
Axutitister Carpets, tirouies, tine Mirror*, rnsowooa Piano,
Ac. Cun be ecu by permit from lite Auctioneer.
AT M K. FAVOR'S AUCTION ANI) COMMISSION
Home, 18 East Fourteenth street.?Best locution lot.
sales of ail kinds of Furniture and miscellaneous goods.
Great demand fur line Furniture. Ac.
Consignment* solicited for private sale and auction*.
; Prompt returns. Regular tall sales enmtneuce Septcurber I.
BY HALHTKAD A PETERS, Al CTIONEURS, M
Warren street. Monday, August 28, at 18 o'clock, at
' pier 31 East River, .lunies slip, in tbe square ?Horses,
Wagons. Trucks, double and single Harness (city ntukc
Machinery. Mangles, Closets, Oiticc Fiirniture.2ftbbla.eeuient,
fitter Vinegar, Rubber Clothing, Hags, Ac. Aita
I Wines, IJquors auu general assortment of Merchandise.
! -IV A MATHEWS. AUCTIONEER, 47 LIBERTY
J / streel.?Third jrrmt kale of second hand Sowing Mftchines,
by order of Remington Sewing Machine Company,
will commence Aujpiat 'M. at KHi A. M,. comprU'n* .digger
\Vlae? ler A Wilson'*. Domestic.". Ac., Ac.
I > VVN N !.!*< ?K I- I: ' SW.F.SH* J AMES ' :
X Auctioneer at salesroom,
59 New How cry ami No. 9 Oliver atrcet.
Monday ?Men's and wuiucu'i Clothing. By order A. II,
Sam uols, William."burir.
Tuesday?Hold and silver Watches,
gold and diamond Jowelry.
Opera OJusscs. Gun*. I'ivtolf,
Silverware, Fancy Goods.
By order Tt. Levy, 015 Hudson
Woduat day?Men's aud woinou'e Clothing. By order M< ti
Brothers, Catharine street.
Thursday?Cold and silver Watches,
jjrohl and diamond Jewelry,
sliver wart*, (mera uittuort, *
Guns, Pistol*. Musical Instruments,
, Fancy Goods.
By order o! Simpson, Sonicr., A ('u? 27 Chatham street.
I*riday ? Men's and women's Clothing.
By order P. Starr, lloinitou street.
TJAWNBROKERK' SALES.-BY RICHARD KIELlt,
.1. iletters! Auctioneer,
Salesroom, No. St* Bowery.
Monday, August 23, by order Henry McAleenan, 050 lot*
men's and women's Clothing.
Tuo'.day, August 24. tor account or the late Arm of Simp- '
eon, Green & Co., 050 lota Wslolio. and .L-welry. Gold autl
.Silver Watches, Diamonds, Gold Jewelry, Ac., Ac.
Wednesday, Attgnst 25, liv orderK. Bitup-ou A Co., 650
lots men's end women's Clothing.
Thursday. Vugmt 20, by order 1). De Long, 650 loti men'*
and women's Clothing.
Friday, August 27, by order Hugh McAleutian, 050 lots
men's and women's Clothing.
I y A W NBROKKItS' KALKs" *'
; 1 By THUS J. Mi.'IRATIf, Auctioneer,
15s ChaMiam street, corner Mulberry.
THURSDAY?Men's uud women's Clothing,
t]1 order M. Levy, Grand street.
FRIDAV?Watches, Jewelry, Diamond . 4c.,
by order Jatucs Mulvihiil, Mott street.
I J lC'll AKD WALTERS. At < "HONKER ? MORTO AoB ,
J b sale.?Tuesday, August 21, at 10,'.; o'clock, at 27 Bart
Broadway, Furniture of first claw hoarding house, l'arlor and
: Bedroom Suits, Furniture in a all!It and reps, marble Tablet.
I Lounges, hair Mattresses Garnets, Ac.
TUoMAS P. BYRNES, Attorney for .Mortgagee.
| TYICUARD WALTERS. Al'CTIOX'KKR.?M(IRTGAGB
' J 4 sale Will sell on Monday, at B o'clock, sharp, I urr.l,
tore contained in three story house (54 Norfolk street, vim,
' Cottage Suits. Furniture, Mirrors, Wardrobe, Lounges,
Clocks, Stoves, Feather Beds, Mattresses, Carpets, Ac. Iiy
order Attorney.
I > It'll AKD WALTERS. AUCTIONEER. *
Jl Marshal's do Grocori;,, Liquor.., Ac.
Will sell on Monday, at 11 o'clock, at 27 Last Broadway,
a large assortment of Groceries, Ac., vis. Ureeu and hi i It
Teas, Spices, Blueing, Corn, box or. Soap and Starch, Cheese,
Oil, Brushes, Blacking, two hogsheads Prunes, Cans, Icebox,
l'ickles, barrel llourbou, eases Brandy and Claret, bottled
Liquor, Ac. .IOIIX T. t-TEWAi'.T, Marshal.
SHERIFF'S SALE OF PIANOS.
0 S. HERMAN, Sheriff's Auctioneer, sella Monday, Angt rt
23, at 11 o'clock, at No. 1.1 Bowory, tw.) rosewood 7 octave
Pianos. Dealers invited. WM. C. CONNER, Sheriff.
Tito.tus Fuaxcis BOCKHB. Deputy
OIIERIFF'S SALE OF WINKS. LIQt'ORS, FIXTI I1LS,
H Ac.?S. HERMAN. Sheriff's Auctioneer, sells Monday,
August 21, at 11 o'clock, at 61 llroorac street, e .rnor Cannon,
tiio Stock and Fixtures of au old established Lienor
Store, consisting of Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Ac.; also Bar,
Backt.ar, Alo Pump, l'lxturc :. Tables Chairs. Ac. Sold in
lots. Dealers Invited. WILLIAM 0. CONNER, Sheriff.
WllLUM 11. BtKNS, Deputy.
PI RNITURH.
A L?DEHUAAF A COCHRANE,
j\. 152 and 1*4 West Twenty third street,between
Sixth and Seventh avenues.
Bargains not to ho equalled.
The immense, elegant and varied Stock
manufactured by tbis house
selling at bargain" unequalled elsewhere,
DKGRAAP A COCHRANE.
i A GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES OF FLRNII
j\. ture and Carpets till Rcptainher 1. at B. M COWj
PERTH WAIT A CO;'S. 155 aud 157 Chatham street, to re]
dtteo stock. Great bargains in walnut and pointed Chamber
Huita; great bargain:* in Parlor Suits; great bargains ill luis111
Carpets; great bargains in everything.
B M. C6\VI'EKTHWAIT A CO.
A ROOM GIVEN, RENT FREE. FOR THE USE OF
J\ sufficient Furniture to furnish a French flat; references
exchanged. Address HAMILTON, box 100 Herald L'p.
town Branch office, 1.205 Broadway.
\ WEKJldL.1 AND MONTHLY PAYMENTS FOR
. \. Furniture, Carpets anil Bedding, at II M. COWPER.
1 IDA VIT A CO S, 155 aiid 157 Chatham street. Au itnrusti.e
stock and low priced.
A PARTY BREAKING LP lloCSKKEEI'INt. DESIRES
j\ to sell, Itnmcdiatoly, half valuo, two Mantel Mirrors,
Sideboard, elegant Bedstead, Bureau, Icebox. Ac.; al-o
('bickering upright 1'iauo. Address 1'EREMl'TORY,
! Herald office.
j \ ?TOR BADE AT A BACRIKICB, PBOPERTT OF A *
J\? private fninily, a maeniOcorit, Ktvlo satin Parlor
Suit, used six moiillia; com $f?00, for $17~?; one ?lo.,
: Turkish and reps Suit* f?tr jV), ; yranJ ??iuare 7 1-3 <>?
tuve Pianoforte, cn*t for al?o ( liitnibor .Suits,
! Bedstead*, Burenus, \Va*%hMands, 4prin^ nod hair
Bookoawnfc, Waidrohed, <Vi?tre 'lablm, Kntenjlou Tnhle,
i Buffet, Chair* in leather, Carpet I, .r>0 cent-' yard. Call r,t
i private residence 21 East 20th'St., this day, Sunday, or "of
J oue week.
A' T SMITH'S PARLOR BED DEPOT. SIB BROADWAY,
the boat and cheapest in the city; also one Parlor Sail
i and Lounge**, for lets than coat lor cash, on ea.y terms.
A" PRIVATE FAMILY WILL .-El.I, IN LOTS VIA:?
Elegant Parlor Suits, in satin ; superb 7}t * clave Decker ,
! A Brothers' Pianoforte, elaborate and plain Chamber Seta,
Bedstead., Dressing Caaea, Bureana. Washatandf, Ac.; hair
I and spring Mattresses, rep and haircloth Suita, Cno Painti
ingi, Bronses. Ac.; must no sold; no limited pr.oo N B ?
; An olegant 7'j ootave W indsor Piano lor $225. ' all tc-dav
or Monday, Ave story brown stone private* res.denco No. 47
I Went lffth st.. between 5th and Sth avenue*.
A GREAT BARGAIN FOR CASH?PRIVATE FAMILY*
will sell their elegant eostly city made Furniture; ri u
I satin Suits inlaid and gold frames, cost $050, for $200; .
I for $175; single and double Bedsteads; Carpets. 50 cents;
I Mirrors, Paintings, Bronses, labrary. Hhio and Centre Tables;
Bedroom Sets, cost $-100, for $l"oj belt* as low as $50;
' hrilliaat toned 71, octave Decker Bros. Pianoforte, cost $!JU**,
1 for $200- also magulficcnt Windsor Planoforto, witn name en
Ill* plat* .for low than half cost. Call at brown atone residence
120 West 23(1 street.
BY J. HAVES, AUCTIONEER, 33 BAST THIRTEENTH
street?Furniture, Carpets, Mirrors, Pianos I'artnr
Hulls, Bedroom Sots, Bookcases, Wardrobes, Lounges;
Mattresses, Chiffoniers, Ktagcres, Ac., at private sale at
unction prices.
/1ARPETS?RIFTON MILLS, KIDDERMINSTER <DI
I \J ploiiix awarded by the American Institute) ; for slyle
| and durability they excel the three ply carpets, at {i.">c. to
$1 20. Rlftoti Mills ware rooms, 26*1 and 270 Canal street,
i Just east of Umatlvr-.. J. W liTMTi'K
C~ 1A 111* ElT "
/ Piirnltnre,
Beds, Bedding, Ac
i'aymeilts taken
by the week or month.
Terms easy.
KEU.Y k CO.,
ecrner of Twonty fifth street and Sixth avenrip.
IjlOR BALK C H KAP-THK FURNITURE OP All
office and large site Jeweller's Safe. In<|ulre at 746
I Broadway, room ->.
| QEOROE A. CLARKE'S POPULAR SYSTEM OK KUR|
nlshing houses and apartments witli fine Purnltnre, Corn"".
Mirrors, Bedding, Parlor Beds, Ac , 747 Broadway. Scale of
! payments and prices worthy examination.
C' TREAT DEMAND FOR FINE FURNITURE, CARIT
pets. Mirrors. Hooks. Bedding and ever jthing suluble,
at M l}. FAVOR'S Auction and Commission House, 13 Ma r,
Fourteenth street. Location unsurpassed; cou-dgtiMcute
solicited; prompt returns. Call and Investigate
M' AY SAVE STORAGE AND GET INTEREST FOR
Mirrors and Pict ures suit aide for rr?pect?Me private
i dwelling. Address NEAR FIFTH AVENUE, Herald Up*
I town Branch oflice.
The olobe furniture company, 10 east fourtectith
street, between Broadway and Fifth avenue, era
1 offering tllcir large stock of elegant Furniture, of their own
] manufacture, at reduced prices; liberal arrangements mad*
i with responsible parties. Factory. Moor# street, Brooklyn,
E. D.
KRO RKKRIOKR ATiTR FOR KEEPING FOOD,
Gothic Furnace fbr boating houses; Furnecer Ranges,
! KririgoraUirs repaired I'reparo for winter Scad fur cat*
j lugue. LKflLKY. 2iW Went Twenty mini street.
' ?J MARBLE TO J* BLACK WALNUT BEDROOM 8UIT5,
O frutvii; also ore Cottaifo Suit, $'-'2, Mattresses, Ell!
lows, Ac., che-ap. 102 Seventh avenue, in fancy store.
A?TBOM)OY.
ABTHOLOaBB? proebmor lister, sixth
evenue s?nrl for circulars. Address nil loiters to box
4,820 1'oot ofliee, New_Vurk.
-MNl'.. LA IlLANCII, THE OBKAT 1 XP.IVAI.LRD
. business and medical clairvoyant, 1 02 Weot Thlrtyllrst
ltreet, third door won of Sixth avenue.
Attention i-know thy destiny after you
have been deceived nnd loot lolth, conn.lt the .'rentes!
living Clairvoyant; brings together those separated, give
j luck, causes marriages. 159 West Fortv-first street, hear
! Broadway.
A' -mmk, bItluSoLi te1.7s names, shows i.ike
. nosres, causes marriages, 50c. to $1. 150 tVo.t Two a-.
[ ty tilth street.
A' -fl.OtX) REWARD?50 IMPOSITION.?ORE ATEST
, Clairvoyant and Test Medium io Mrs FOSTER, from
1 Paris; adv Ice ou business; lucky uumbrrs; names In full; satisfaction
hr no pay, 159 East Thirty third street, between
Lexington and Third avenues.
Attention ?consultations on business, law
suits, enemies, losses, absent friends, love, marriage '
and death; uo pay required unless antislied. 510 Sixth avo|
uue. Mme. SlNtHII, Clairvoyant.
MME ROSS, TmKATKST 77l VINO C LAIK Vl)Y A Nl\
givfts advice in lovr, butiiiflM, iosiea; telU ftverythli.g,
| 7tW Sixth avenue, near Vortjr third airaot.
\[wk collins ?a reliable and trustworthy 1 |
i r||*Wl ?C?UU, lir.MW';irrn||| kl.
i "\f ISS SI. A DK TKLLR EVBHYTHIHfl; TALKS WITTI
1VL uid ?hnw? likvnAM Of th* onrl livine. rocoror*.
I MolOUDrwwrlY: hiitt??t*jlu?tC<ltUll6Aljiu. 4iJt?nutiii AJA v
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