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A LADT WISHES TO PROCURE A SITUATION FOR
-/V bar excellent nnr.e Call at Olenhaus Hotel, room
74. bet wet i. 11 aud 2 o'clock Friday. ___
Avert compbtbnt yoi?i?o woman as nurse,
baa lang sxperleiica la tha care oi children , la a neat
aawer. or weald do chainberwork; ho? bert reference. Ad
dreaa NURSE box 191 Herald Uptown Branch olBce.
A LADY IN LIMITED CIRCUMSTANCES WITH A
?21. beautiful brae.t of milk, having loot her own child
wishes lo go otl in soma private famlljr. Addraaa Mil. J, B.'
Herald Uptown Branch office.
flALIPOBVIA?A PROTESTANT WOMAN OK EXi'R.
V' rtenre and with moat unexcapllot.abla referoitcea
uishea lo go aa iiurea in a respectable family to CahfuMa.'
Addrana I'A' lb It'. Herald office.
-yOUNG WOMAN, YEARS OK AGE To WFT
I nurse r.r wean a h?hy at her own hom. , beat of "are
Address, fcr Iwx day a, J. If., Herald office. f
Wtltrenei, air,
QT EAST :<>TH RT (PRESENT EMPLOYER'9).?A
<)1 loo-iwienl young woman aa waitress; thoroughly un
deratandr ho buaineaa In all it* brauchea; three year* city
rtlertnrc
7?? SUFFOLK ST-A YOUNG ENGLISH OIRL AS
0 walti.aa in a hotel, hoarding liouae or reataurant; no
objection to the country. ' all on or address A M.
n| W EST 33D ST.?AN AMERICAN GIRL AS COM
r patent ? altress ; or would do chambarwork ; U will
irttf anil obliging; thoroughly underatauda her buaineaa.
Call for two dayl.
HQ WEST 1CTII ST., OVER THE GROCERY STORE.?
.1 LO A tcrprctable girl at waiirrn; understand* anladn;
or an chambermaid and to do plain sewing or aseut with
Washing
WEST 19TH ST.?A RESPECTABLE YOUNO
I? ?/ won.en at Brat das* waltreaa in a private family;
willing to a-onii with cliamberwork if required.
If A k W' -T 11-TH -T-A YOUNG OIRL AS KIRST
1 U i lair waitress in a private boarding houae; good ref
||0 WEST ll'TH ST.?A YOUNG GIRL AS KIRST
i war waitress in a private hoarding houae; good
relere ore
1 ~\i\ Wf>"r HoTH ST.?A PROTESTANT AMERICAN
l,".f girl at first claaa waitreae; city reference ; uo obje c
tinu Pi a private boarding house.
Gil r. WEST 1UTII ST. I RING THE SECOND BELL. -
? 'It I A young girl ?? first , lus* waitrcst or chamber
inald; graal refefwi.ce. Cull, from 1 ?> till 2. or address
OAQ Rtft BBTH ST.?A* CHAMBERMAID AND
w^t) waitress, or chambermaid end to assist with the
warning ami irou.ug . city reference.
v) ~ k> YY EST 47TH ST.. BETWEEN BROADWAY AND
? tl? Kill hi ?A respectable girl a.t good waitress in a
pritale fan illy , willing and obliging; good city reference.
?>?l~ EAST fiSTH ST-A YOUNG GIRL EITHER
?)''?) w ib a aioall .private family or to do waiting aud
cr.aa bi rw . ,k ; f < d city reference.
?>??!? WCBT aBTM BT.?A RESPECTABLE YOUNO
t>? It ) ( r Hr waitress and to do hue washing and ironing;
three years'oily reference.
OXQ WEST 3DTH ST.?A RKSPECTAHLE YOUNO
rt'tO in'' as wal'.reta; understands her husineas thor
liagklj (Md reference. Call lor laodnys.
JOO ITU V.-t RESPECTABLE YOUNO GIRL AS
fx ( O f.nt ? ma w nitres*; best city reference.
MiwelUneons.
1(W| 1 ,'DLOW sT., FIRST FLOOR. FRONT?A
l"'f indy a nice, rot|?c. lable family; understands
thorough' Hi. kindsoi hard work and can give lessons on
ttu piauc. Cai be aren from 10 to 4.
mlVES'l ihTH ST.. NEAR 0'IH AV.-A RESPECT
aloe per-, a- in aid to all aged lady", is a good
seattistri . very Pent city reference.
WEST 1'ftTH ST.?A TRUSTWORTHY AMEKI
i an wop a to do the work of a email family; an
elderlv re,, me pel. rred. Call for two days.
(lt)| EAST sist sr, IN THE REAR. SECOND
? ?I ) ? ; room 3 ? A respectable womau to go out lo
s -rk bv the day , good ii ferencea.
2?)s> WEST 42D ST., TOP FLOOR, FRONT ROOM?
a??> A respectable colored woman wants light employ
in 'hi l< d' at In me.
160
*)<lw .si v -A RESPECTABLE GIRL, LATELY
? a' c i. ?ishe? work in a -mall private family; city
reference (In!: r address for two days.
?11 | RAMI s>4TH ST.. CORNER 2D AY.?AN ENG
? II r 10 a...nan, experienced In travelling and never
rea ? ,-k. a? vnvr or maid; a family going lo Europe pre
ferred, re oipinended trorn her Inat family. Cad] on or ad
dress ht ittti r M M. ,
nw WE-T 3?" IT! ST.-A YOUNG LADY DBS!RES
' , ? . , - r.en* on patent medicines. perfumery or
o.toi.inv nine rears' experience. Call on or
?I ;:re. lays. I.II.LIE SHAW, care of Mrs,
ii'S
A
>) < '.V BKTWKEX 27TIf AND StfTH STR.%
?> 1 .. fl t?; \ HUf Korth (kfMI i:irl Pwtol
ke '?!??>> - " H MT.'i nFimrtrf m; Kbeaks ???-rm?n prani
* ?i* ? r. i tnit?* ^noraut iu toe Frtnch language;
?4 rii *? ?eff rt: . **.
FKFaNf* 1'ER^OX DFaSIHE> A SITUATION AS
m ' m 'i ki?l ihoroug! \f t;ntier?t?u<U dreteniaking;
mm ? AiMres" MAID, Her*Id Up(*>na Hmncb
A YOl v LaDY. HAYINO fIR.ST I'laASsS REFER
di m m :?? i< i:e?ty, acti\ity and f|iikku?aa to learn,
wisli^ ? NfiMiM. in a book or raiuic at ore; talarv not an
muvb ;?! ? t t > ; ap a permaneot nftnation. Addraaa HONEST,
box 1 I<t* ff*r*i?i Uptown Branch office.
UTANTED? EY A LADY, A POSITION AS TELE
prar' ofierator; in a broker *, railroad or private
o* r | referrec Addreaa T., Im?x 163 Herald Uptown Brauch
Inlelligenie Offiref.
AND BXOLrSH SERVANTS. CAPABLE
\1 f-i-'? Vrlh' r,1?d coiMtantljr at Mra. HOL2
KTr.IN v .4 .(a av , near East I'tyth ?t
PUOFE-SNION ALMITL ATIOBIB \\ AliTED?
I'K.M \I.ES.
KT ?ll ST.?A LADY AS NURSERY GOV
evr cat tea. h children English, French at d
? a ? i.ail rulary expacted; highest references
:re?- TKaCHEK. .
'M)i)
319
IS". A' -A YOUNG, EDUCATED GERMAN,
i' ri.- tii,- ,ii Atuarlca. with a lady or on* or two
grow nr rt..,d'? t, s a good seamstress.
Jk-o si) V NEAR wrn ST.?A YOUNG I.ADY AJ
?/ ( C gt <er?ie-? or ladies companion ^jn objectiuu to help
? the ssrwrj ? al. oil or addr?-? Mrs. KVANH.
4 LADY OF EXPERIENCE WILL WRITE BU8I
Jl ne i i It,sr letten f r Indies and gentlemen In any
st.'.e hai.d?"fi.r,!j Ca'.l on or addreta U. N E., 80u>? VVc?t
J 1st ?!
O!AN" AN D SiNi.lNG LESBONS, AT HER ROOMS
L or : ' Lid. residence, bra thoroughly qualified and must
i ?r' Trait,v terms moderate ; unexceptionable refer
ace? Apply al 2?? Wert Twenty fifth street.
POSITION WAN'TED-IX A SCHOOL BY A THOR
ougf. a< y tru.'.er, fluent French, lierntu. English
mu? < draw.ijf Ei,tilth branches. Address Y. s., Herald
Br,>ok ; r. Branch ?w?f
HELP YVAXTF.D?FEMALES.
A>UI. K M ANTED?WHO HAS TO ASSIST IN
rhambeiw, French slrl preferred, best city refar
en- required I t iy at 9) B eit Juktli st . between 5th and
AGl .!. T Do GENERAL HOUSEWORK AND
pis r. cooimg; a go,id washer aud iruner. Apply to
Mrs. K ARK ELL 102 7th st.
(<OOK WASHER AND IRONER Al>(> CHAMBER
! maid mid waitre-s and to a?slst with washing and Iron
ing rity reference Apply between 10 and 12 al 34<l East
T?7th st.
T.TXMALK AGENTS WANTED?IN EVERY CITY' AND
Jy county In tr.e Unltad States church members pre
fertf,. Cail or. or addren HOME FUBLI8HINU COM
I'A NY', Broadway and 14th St., New Y'ork.
HOUSEKRKFER JYANTED-BY A WIDOWER, A
worr-an (I'reteitant of rood reference Addrev A. (J.
f box i Poet clRce, Graenport, L. I
I>ROTF.NTA*'T NUR-E WANTED?FOR A CHILD
thrra years old , must be ? Mat seamstress and Lava
pity reference that can be seen. Apply at No 47 West
47?h st.
HII MAI V A CO. I4TH ST. AND ?TH AY'. WANT
. < xper.en od saleswoman in their fur department. Ap
ply htfn-e H r Yioek A M
WANTED?A GIRL TO DO DOWNSTAIRS WORK;
Yf tr i l e a g "id, washer and Ironer and plain cook.
A(t > ? b i ,ty references, at 143 East 4t)th rt.
U-ANTED-A GIRL. 13 OR 14. TO RUN ERRANDS
Kfui maka herself generally usefol, at No. 330 West
hist st
\\TANTED-A WELL MCOMMENDED, RELIABLE
vf wvn.ui g.idd e aged and I'rotestaut preferred) as in
'?< > . eaoi'trsss Apply between 11 and 4 o c.. cx
at !?7 R,,.i t st
ANTED?A LADY OF REFINEMSN'f AND EDUCA
" ? bar t;.',le purposes, must tiring on
Jj-'. te-t mnalala Address X f. Z-. Herald Uptown
\\r A N . i-1 ? A WuSON TO TAKE CHARGE OF A
bai.try and kitakan Of ? am all hotel in
" * ' "? n g - 4 health, strong and willing; a first
iias- ,k ae ? in,- eiapatant tc, direct In all details
!1 "f'L ?.V"" - . ???*?; state .Mary and relerauce*.
Ad l-ess >-*aLL LoTKL. Herald ofllca.
%1'A NTRD-TWO COLORED OIKLN; ONE TO COOK.
?Y ?a", at f '-rr. - ires f 14 n.e nihat as ohiunbarmaid
sail' assist will t ailing wage* flu alto young man aa
waiter and ti dr;sa with pb) siciaa, wagasfl4D?r month.
177 " % 4 'tfc st.
U'ANTED-A WOMAN to do gwwf.ral HOUKE
wi ik , mast he well reeommended. Apply at 476 West
24th ?t.
IV' ANTED?A GERMAN <iIRL AR GOOD COOK MUST
It t" willing assist with plain washing, i all at 22
Win t/ab st. between Bonlavard and !uh ??
\l* ANTED?A FREN'.'H B< iNXE TO TAKE CHARGE
Yr of ??" (h.idren, 7 and A years old Apply, w.ih ret
aret-ces, t< El Gilscy llonse, before M A. M.
-ANTED?A <?IRL FROM 12 TO 16 TEARS To MIND
sii ai! children, willing to sleep I otne Apply, he
tween ? ar.d II o clock, at 1,433 Broadway see,nd d .-.r
Iron. Forty third street
'ANTED-A FIR.-T < LARH WAITELSK, who UN
' derstar.ds her hosiness, also a thorough chamber
aid Appfy after I' o'clock, with references, ai 145 8vh it.,
between fiieatiway anil 4th av.
Wanted?a good, reliable and tri stwor
r s thy forswoman ; one who will hold heraeH responsible
far hsr mistakes caa hnd a permanent poaitlun.
B GOLDHMITH, 14 Meal lfitk it.
0-.(k WF"T A'iTH HT -WANTED A GOOD TOOK.
f wa.hsr and ironar. N?ne need apply wlthuat good
ally fe|eranc<%
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SITtATIOW WANT1CD-MAI.ES.
A5< KXPK?rR?K-BD AND PRACTICAL STEWARD
rilTPl#,II',M, ?lth,r in h,,Ul- r(,?
fall x. * o houm '? ?""?* ?? "?"* ?""? capable of taking
S^iTk wLS, ^"'sy?H^Lr,^oe**and M?*ru'
A young man with good REFERENCe'dE
5!l,"Uaa ??? gentleman's piece ; la competent
iu drive and take care of horses, Ac Address M., box 109
Hrrnld office. '
A K.iK87 CLA?t,i YRBNCH WAITER WANTS A 8ITVA
Jl'?n In ? prlvjt* family; best city referrnce Call on
U ' 181 WouaiaraA, uoar Hleecker.
A S. ?XPERIKNCED GENTLEMAN WANTS SOME
L Ilerall '? *dvenl,# KQd *?>11 Address C. B.
A
FIRST CLASS FRENCH WAITKR WANT8 A SITU
XL ation, city or country. Addreu CHARLES, 52 Wait
lloumon hi.
ARBSPKCTAHLE MAS WLSHE8 A SITUATION IN
a private family aa first clau waiter; eight yean' refer
ence Irom lael place. Call at or addreea 1,272 Broadway for
two day*.
AYOUNG COLORED MAN WISHES A SITUATION
" waiter; underalanda hi. business, bee been witb Mr.
noyee 14 month*. 112 Ee.t 55th ?t.
A
YOCNO FRENCHMAN 123) W18UK8 A SITUATION
*a ae waiter or relet in a private family ; city reference
from last place. Addreu PKROUX. 157 Wooeter st.
A SITUATION WANTED?BY A COLORED MAN, A8
waiter in a private family, or carver. Addreu J. B.,
Herald Uptown Branch office.
\| I SITUATION WANTED-HY AN AMERICAN MAN,
in any haaineaa that will give him a living; le strong
and willing; I* used to hard work and le not afraid of it;
?trictly temperate and honeit. Addreu IL U 11., Herald
office.
A COLORED MAN COOK, OF EAST INDIAN DB
??cent, at i?h?. a lituation; understand* cooking and
managing of a kitchen perfectly , unquestionable reference*.
Call at or addreu. tor one w??k, 149 West 52d nl.
t RESPECTABLE COLORED MAN WISHES A SITU
. Y ation to take care of horse* and make himself useful
abont a gentleniaii's plare ; highest refercpre from present
employer. Call lor two days at Iff) West 11th st
^ B"Y. AGED 17. WHO HAS JUST GRADUATED
.V from a busineu college, de?tres a sttnatlon In toma
bu-ilncs. where be has a chance to rise; moderate salary;!
gooo reference Address JOB, 508 West 33d st.
i RESPECTABLE MIDDLE-AGED MAN AS WAITER
J.V in a private family ; best city reference. Address J. W.,
122 West 30th st.
A^m FIRST CLASS COLORED WAITRR. ONE WHO
| uiiftfr^tands the bu.-*ine*h thoroughly, desires to have a
idtTiation m n private family ; can (five ifood city reference.
Address K. H., bo* 137 Herald Uptown branch office.
A
FIRST CLASS BELGIAN WAITER WANTS A 8IT
JX. uallon In a private family ; beat city references; no ob
Jection to travel. M M., IBS West 31st st.
\ YOUXO ENGLISHMAN WISHES A SITUATION AS
XV cook anil carver; city reference. Addreu U. B. M , 215
East 119th at.
A R WAITER, BY A YOUNO ENGLISH PROTESTANT,
1V in a private family; thoroughly nnder.tands his hue
inUSN : LMfMI I'll V rr> fo ran r?e? i rlitvuao IP n /' IT ? IA It
ihCfa; good city reference. Addroas W. G. C., Herald Up
town Bran, I: office.
B
UTI.ER OR FIRST CLASH WAITKR?BY AN ENG
.? lisbman; will hf very highly recommended peraonally
pv Ute employer; other references. Address C. A.? bo* 200
Herald L'pttmu Branch office.
B
Y.A MAN' A NATIVE OF ENGLAND, WHO
hi 8 head and single handed waiter in private
families ; experience aa above ; good references given. Ad
dress CI. L., box 107 Herald Uptown Branch office.
AKTKNDEK?SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG
? man ; first cla#n reference from la?t employer's. Call or
address J. S., 1,252 Broadway.
B
C'Tl ATION WANTED?BY AN EXPERIENCED
tT) young man, as cook, carver or butcher; hotel or restau
'"in. Apply to V BENDKR, 185 Ludlow st.
SITUATION WANTED?BY A FRENCHMAN; A FIRST
.. H w*iter; S??d oily reference from fast employers.
Call at loS East 42d st.. In the reataurant.
CITI ATION WANTED?BY A FIRST CLASS FRENCH
k_) cook; understands all branches of meat and pastry;
(mod carver; ten famish first class hotel reference. Addreu
G. DON EDI, 235 \t est 27th st
TO HOTEL KEEPERS.?POSITIONS WANTED BY MAN
and wife; man as steward and wife a. housekeeper; or
to take charge of linen or store mtni In a first clus notol;
references from former employers^West or South preferred.
Address, far one week. STEWARD, box 100 Herald Uptown
Branch office, 1,265 Broadway.
VISITER?SITUATION WANTED IN A PRIVATE
"? family*, hy a first class Protestant vonng man; excel
lent city reference*. Address E. F. box 125 Herald Uptown
Branch office.
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ANTED-A SITUATION AS COOK. BY,A COLORED
man, in a restaurant or small hotol; onderstands or
der cooking, biscuit and pastry; city reference. Call at 415
IV est 47th st.
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ANTED?BY A YOUNG MAN, A SITUATION IN A
rcKtuurant as cook ; willing to work. Call on or ad
dress G. L., 850 8th av.
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AXTED-BY A ' PROTESTANT YOUNO MAN,
ff lately landed, a place In a private family, where he can
learn waiting; U willing to make hlmnelf generally uaaful.
Address J, L , box 1UB Herald Uptown Branch office.
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ANTED?BY A PERSON HAVING HAD 15 YEAR.*
experience in the coal trario, a Htuatlon as general
manager or agent of a coal yard ; be*t reference given. Ad
dress UOAL, box 125 Herald office, for two days, or Post
office. Wilbur, Ulstor county. N. Y.
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ANTED?BY A FIRST CLASS COLORED MAN
cook, e situation in a hotel restaurant or boarding
e , It a good carver. Address, for two days, COOK, 128
VAT AM ED?SITUATION BY A FRENCHMAN. SIN
TT g;e. a. waiter In a private family ; excellent reference
from Ilia l ist employer. Addreu E. D , No. 60 West 34th *?.
TXT"ANTED?A SITUATION AS WAITER IN I PKI.
TT rate family, by a respectable young man. excellent
Address W JLL1AM, box 149 Herald Uptown
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ANTED-A SITUATION. BY A YOUNG MAN (GKR
men. es cook In a private family; best city refarence.
Inmire at the residence of hlx present employer, No 7 East
40th tt
"1X7" ANTED?BY A SUPERIOR ENGLISH BUTLER
TT and waiter, a situation in a good private family; best
city reference. Apply at 788 8th av., second floor, over drug
99ft THOMPSON ST -A COLORED MAN COOK
AveetJ wauts a situation in a hotel, restaurant or boarding
bouse; can giro first class reference. Address A. E. N..
cook, Herald office.
CLERKS A N'I> SALESMEN.
A COMPETENT BOOKKEEPER DESIRES A SITUA
XX. tion In any capacity where his services wonld be
nporUil a tniall xl.ru .. ? . ^. I . .. A k..> ?. _ >
- as. vivm in rail/ t i ? j wntT? QI? HrrVICPH WOOH1 O?
needed , a small salary expected and best references given.
Addre.s K k A M , Herald office.
A FIRST CLASS COMMISSION HOUSE OF TWENTY
-?\. yesrs standing, having surplus capital, would employ
one or two salesmen who control cotton or woollen or hosiery
accounts Addreu, in strict confidence, COMMISSION, box
150 Herald office.
A
YOUNG MAN. STEADY AND INTELLIGENT,
wi?he? a situation to learn the grocery or dry goods
business very small salary expected, and would go on trial
wttbont salary far a month. Addreu C., box 170 Herald
office.
A GENTLEMAN ok 16 YEARS' EXPERIENCE IN
various branches of business wonld like to sell some
staple articles on the road on commission , A1 references
given. Address Z. Z , Herald office.
A
YOUNG MAN. AGED 20, WISHES A SITUATION
as shipping clerk, assistant bookkeeper or any position
where a first clus penman and accountant Is required Ad
dreu MARTIN, 145 East ?ls? St.
A SALESMAN WANTED?PERMANENT POSITION
".a. and good commiesion ; no salary first month ; fine open
ing for a suitable man. Address P. A B., box 111 Herald
office.
B
OOKKLKPER WANTFD-ONKTHAT THOROUGHLY
J J understands the retail grocery business. Address GRO
CER, Herald Uptown Branch office.
CITUATION WAN'TED-BY A YOUNO MAN OF ONE
kJ year s experience In the grocery business, best city
refarence. Address A. W,, 100 East 41st tk
U'ANTED-TWO OR THREE SINGLE YOUNO MEN
who understand handling ready made clothing to tell
It at retail. Address, with references, SWIFT WORK sta
tion A.
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ANTED?A SITUATION, BY A YOUNO ENGLISH
man, at usistant bookkeeper or to work in a store;
-mid make h inielf generally useful. Address G. Parker
ville Post office, Monmouth eounty, N J., far one week.
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ANTED?A FIRST CLASS SALESMAN, TIIOR
Oiifhly acquainted with psperbanging and staining
pulp color trade; also ona accustomed to tell carmine, lakes.
Ac Address URKENPOINT, Hersld office, with fall partic
ulars as to whose goods have been bandied, or no notice will
be taken of application.
U'ANTED?A SITUATION AS SHIPPING CLERK
porter or driver by a young man 23 years of age;
enu furnish I >, Jt?t flr-t ola^ reference from fast employer.
Address tV A , Herald office.
ANTED?A SALESMAN FOR MACHINE AND
TT button hole twist* or.e acquainted with the trade nro
ferred Apply to J F CAIIEN A BKO , 43 Walkers!
"II' \NTED?POSITION OF ENTRY CLERK IN SOME
T I wholeaale bouse. Address P., Herald office
\l' ANTED-A FIRST CLASS BOOKKEEPER WHO
TT will invest (6<XX)* rn.ne others need apply seisrv
liberal. Address INCORPORATED COMPANY lleratd
office.
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ANTED?A SITUATION AS MANAGER OR TRW
slier either in e drysaltery or dyeing concern by a
person of long experience in all descriptions of dye s'lnlTt
anilines, chemicals, do.; if on acquaintance mutually agree!
able might. If desired, invest in tbe business. Addreu A H
W., box 14.v> Herald office.
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ANTED?BY A PRACTICAL BOOKKEEPER
snleari.au and correspondent, employment at m -derate
age*; on acquaintance, ii mutually agreeable, would Inveit
nd take active interest in business. Address P. S
IA1NE8, 349 Broadway.
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ANTED?BY A GENTLEMAN (IRIRHi, POSITION j
Is a correct double entry bookkeeper, correspondent.
Ac In a manufacturing company, 12 years' experience;
so id city reference given for ability, honesty, ineegrity Ac
AddrciJ. MATHEWS, box A Uerafd office.
Vy AN TED- BY A WELL EDUCATED YOUNG MA.V,
r" J in arrived from Dublin, a situation ae warehouseman
or receiving and delivery clerk, Immediate employment *
greater object than high salary. Address M. O., Herald office
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ANTED A SITUATION BY A YOUNG MAN EX
V M,? In th? retail genik' fumiihinf
ti^ .H,7w7?t:r,k0rC"bU,i ^ r4r4r,nC*
VLTANTED -#20,100.
stock ?f*." MUblislie^
tteck fomnanv ?i?i? ? V. "rcr',?T7 01 an MiaDiieiirA
h?*ln*". *n1*l,Cwsl| 'connected
Ing to Invest th# sbwvVS.-. . ! w*" connected nod le will
55.UOO" AAdr^ ,*.
COACH OTE1V AAD OAHDESSM;^
H I AM LEAVING TIIB CITY /OR THE
desire to procure a situation for an axeellnat eon
man, who him livod with me Are Tear*. u.|
CO(TRTLA K DT PALMKR, Union Square HoW._
A YOUNG MAN WANTS A PLACE AS DRIVER! N
A a private family; city or eoantry- Apply at 251 M est
31 Bt li
A GENTLEMAN WISHES A SITUATION FOR HIS
A coachman, whom he can recommend rnaat highly, cati
for two day. at 38 Weil 56th it., before 10 A. M. and after J
P M
A SITUATION WANTED?AS 00ACIIMAN, _BY A
A Scotchman; U a f.;cd "
ye ark beat references. Addrom H. P., Ill r.aei loll*
A HESPECTABLE MAN WISHES A "TUITION AS
A coachman; 13 year, roforrnc.lronilaBtpUca <oM
on or address, for two day?, H. M., at J. B, Brewster a, i-so
5th a*.
A YOUNG COLOKED MAN WISHES A SITUATION
A L coachman; can give 10 year.' Brat claes relerence.
Call on or address J. B , at Ualhorn A Co.'a. corner Broad
way and 30th St., New Yorh.
GENTLEMAN, HAVING DISPOSED OK HIS
stock, wisher to preoure a situation for Ills f1'"/1?*"'
whom ha can highly recommend. Address LALLAN A
KEMP. *1 Veaey st.
A SITUATION WANTED-BY A SINGLE MAN, AS
coachman, gardener and useful man ; thoroughly under
stand* his business; can milk; wagee moderate; good refer
ence Addrese L-, boa 323 Herald office.
i RESPECTABLE MAN AND WIFE WISH SITU A
A tlons in the country; the man a* coachman and vege
iaole gardener and would make hlineelf generally useful;
the wife to cook, waeh and Iron, or would take care ol_a geu
tleman's place for the winter; best refereuce. Lall for tivo
days, at 135 Cedar st.
A SITUATION WANTED-HT A YOUNG MAN. WHO
understands the care of horses and would make himself
generally useful; six years' refereuoe. Address H. K-, Iter
aid office. __ ?- ???
A MAN AND WIPE WANT SITUATIONS-MAN AS
coachman; Is a good vegetable gardener; wlfs as good
plain cook; willing to assist with the washing; good refer
ences. Address K. 8., box 300 Herald "flics.
A
GENTLEMAN WISHES TO PKOOURE A S1TUA
tion for his oOMbraan; he is Arc pears in my entplor
; thoroughly uuderbtnndii hi* buaiue&s. CAil ?il w ?u
meat
dress 7*28 5th av.
i COACHMAN'S SITUATION WANTED-BY A FIRST
A class man ; thoroughly understands hU business; Is will
iug and obliging ; best city reference. OaU on or address
h&'i Broadway, in the harness store. .
X YOUNG MAN AS GROOM-UNDERSTANDS HIS
A business; will be found willing and oblong; 3?*?^
and country references. Address J AM Kb TYNAN, 305 Last
35th el. ?
A YOUNG ENGLISHMAN AS COACHMAN; CITY OR
country can milk; break and train colts; sober nnd
obliging; best city refereuce. Address E. C. Herald Uptown
Branch office. ?
"7 RESPECTABLE MAN WANTS A SITUATION AS
A gardener and ?>nchman; thoroughly understands tils
business; lirit ciaes refereuce. Call on or address M. 0., 186
West st. ?
? H COACHMAN, AC.-BY A FIRST C L A88SIN CLE
A man; understands his business thoroughly; trust
worthy ani obliging; best references from first class fami
lies. Address COACHMAN. 5tl North Moore St.
7TCOACHMAN'S SITUATION WANTED-BY A GOOD.
A careful, sober man; Urst class cily testimonials. Cull
on or address J. P.. No. 5 East tilth St.. private stable.
young MAN WANTS EMPLOYMENT; UNDKR
stands gardening, driving. care of horses, carriages
Ac ? can milk: best refereuoe. Call on or address, all the
week, P. 8KERY, I t!' West 19th st. _____
/TOACHMAN AND GROOM-BY A SINGLE MAN WHO
\J understaudacare of horses aud carnages thoroughly , ft
good, careful, city drirer; sober and obliging; best relerenca.
Address C., 50 4tu av.
/NOAC1IMAN AND OROOM'S SITUATION WANTED
By h single young man; stylish driyer and groom of
good experience; sober, obliging and civil; wt "^4,^5
useful; highly recommended. AddreftB A. II., box I8d Hern
ettice.
/TOACHMAN AND GROOM'S SITUATION WANTED?
i_/ by a careful, obliging ni?n; first class experience and
highly recommended; can milk aud be very useful in a pri
vate family. Address MICHAEL, llid East 26th st.
ZIOACHM AN'S SITUATION WANTED-BY A SINGLE,
Y; Protestant young man ; thoroughly understands Ins
business; city or country; good gardener; can milk and
make himsell useful; best city relerence. Address h., box
116 Herald office.
ZIOACnMAN?BY A PROTESTANT SINGLE MAN;
1 first class groom ; careful driver; In city or country . un
deretands gardening if required; strictly sober, willing and
obliging. Address J . H., Herald office.
I5.NGLISI1 COACHMAN AND GROOM-IN A GOOD
U iamily; single, aged 30, first class city reference. Lall
on or address W., prlvete stable, 150 West 31st St.
r* ARDENEB S SITUATION WANTED-BY A SINGLE
ix man iScotch); has 15 years' experience in all '"frhes
ol gardening aud farming; good reference. Address fc.,34
Barcla# st
/?GARDENER AND FLORIST.?A GERMAN PROTES
(jr taut man as gardener aud florist in ? ''A
city or country ; good relerence. Address GARDEN bit, awa
West 33d st. _
(JIT CATION WANTED?AS COACHMAN, BY A YOUNG
O colored man; five years' reference. Apply to IJ. w
JACKSON, 193 President St. or 3* Douglass st.. Brooklyn.
SITUATION WANTED?BY A SINGLE MAN. AS
coachman, gardener and useful inan; can milk, tend
furnace; wages moderate; good refcrenco. Address J. L.,
box 134 Herald office.
CJITUATION WANTED?A3 COACHMAN OR USEFUL
o man on a gentleman's place; can milk ; is a good and
careful driver; will be found willing and obliging; two rears
good city reference. Call at or address, lor two days, ISO
(new No.) Gtb St., Jersey City. N. J., rear, first floor.
"llfANTED-A SITUATION AS COACHMAN, BY A
W most trustworthy and reliable man ; sober and willing.
Apply to late employer (only parting with him as hs has dis
posed of Ills horses), at 44 Exchange place.
WT ANTED? BY A PROTESTANT ENGLISHMAN, A
VY situation as coachman or gardener; thoroughly uniler
derstands his business in both branches; best of rstereuces.
Apply at 300 West 37th st^third floor, mom II,
"WANTED?THE POSITION OF GROOM. BY A 8IN
VY gls man, with good city references ; has lived always
In one place in this country. Can be seen at No. 7 East >~a
street.
W-ANTED?A SITUATION AS COACHMAN AND
YY ' groom or gardener; city or country ; best relereuces.
Cau be eeen at 616 6th av., for two days.
^WANTED?A SITUATION AS COACHMAN, BY A
YY respectable, sober nnd experienced man ; has bad the
management of horses from hU youth: references In Low
don. also his late employer in this city. Address T. H..
100th St., Bloomiugdale. 2
ilKLP WAJITED-MAIiKS
~WELL EDUCATED YOUNG MAN, STRONG AND
active to deliver books to subscribers. Apply at 11.
' HESS A McDAVITT, 744 Broadway.
A MAN NOT LESS THAN 30. MARRIED, OF GOOD
A habits and well recommended, for the manufacturing
atationery and book business; salary according to ability.
Address A. T.lfi , box 117 Herald office.
Dinner cook ?wanted, at gwuld s ar> nassau
it., a competent meat and dinner cook and experienced
in broiling. % Apply from 8 to 11 o'clock A. M.
Office boy wanted?neat and industrious:
willing to work, run errands or do anything; good
nlace- must lire with parenla. and give good reterenees;
waves $4 per week. Address W., 1 ost office box 0,305,
New York city.
/ \YHTERMAN wanted-for A FIRST' flLASS RES
V7 taurant; one who can stab. Address KLhlALKANT,
Herald office. ___
'11 f ANTED MAN TO TAKE FULL CHARGE OF RES
YY taurant; French, German or English ; must understand
all dialects, present wages low. Address, with reference and
where last employed, box 1,457 Post office.
WANTF.D-A MAN AND WOMAN TO GIVE TURKISH
Y\ Russian and other baths, at Dr. STRONG'S Remedial
Institute, Saratoga Springs, N. Y.
WANTED?A BOY IN A DRY GOODS COMMISSION
YY house; salary first year $1'*). Address, in handwrit
ing of applicant, box 4,390 Post office.
w
ANTED?FIRST CLASS COLORED WATTER, AT
KOLB'S Restaurant, No. 130 Pearl st.
Wanted?a boy in a lawyer s office ad
druse, in own handwriting, staling age and I evidence,
R E. O., Herald office.
war ANTED?A FEW WELL DRESSED GENTLEMEN,
YY who have been accuat m -d to taking large orders lor
life Insurance sewing machines, staple goods or advertising
coutracts. Address, for one week, C EX. CO., Herald office.
4lrANTED?A YOUNG MAN', A FRENCHMAN SPEAK
YY lug English preferred, to assist a lady In the book and
stationery business Address, stating aga and references, B.
T.. box 103 Herald Uptown Braucb office.
am VENTED?A FlllhT (LASS WAITER AT DWYER'S
YY oyster house, 492 8th av. Apply allcr 10 A. M.
ANTED?A BARTENDER AT 1,370 BROADWAY.
Y\fANTED?AN OFFICE BOY I.N A FLOUR AND
YY feed store; must be a good penman, quick at figures
and respectably connected Address, In otu handwriting,
(' W I> lleraid I'ptowo Branch office.
\I* ANTED?AT BORLAND'S OYSTER HOUSE, 123
VY 8th a*., a man who thoroughly molystands oyster
cooking Apply alter 1 I' M. ____________
Y'.iUNG men wanted Tg learn itif. retail dry
goods business. LORD A TAYLOR, Grand and Chris
tic streets. ^
THJB THADEk.
A VlRdV'cLA.sS JOB COMPOSITOR DESIRES A I'ER
A. manent sltualioa Address JOBBER, Herald office*
AN ARCHITECTURAL DRAUGHTSMAN, OF PRAC
tlcai experience in every brunch of building, Is desirous
of an engagemtut Address T S(JL AKE, llsrald office.
1>RINTER WANTED-ONE WHO THOROUGHLY UN
darstarids Job comjosilion and presswork >111 colors,
steady work and best wages to the right man Addroas
PRINTER, box 162 lleraid offlco.
Iso PHOTOGRAPHERS.?WANTED, A FIRST CLASS
negative retoucher. Ajiply at RICH AltDHON'S, 12'J aud
131 Broadway, Williamsburg ______
VvANTlfD? A PLAIN GOLD RING MAKER, ONE WHO
Yl thoroughly understands the business.
JOSEPH B. BOWDBN, II Maiden lane,
U/ANTED-A FIRST CLASS PRESS MAN, ACCUS
|Y tomed to color work ; bus who can set type prelerred ;
steady worn to tne ngnt man Annress. witsi relerence,
JOHN BURROWKrf, box 5,141 New Yoik Post office.
Y\fANTKD?A.N ASSISTANT PRINTER, BY 0. W
V? 1'ACIi. Photographer. 656 Broauwas
SALES AT A ITCTIOW.
A UCTION 8A1.K THIS DAT.
J\. THIS (FRIDAY) MORNING, October8,
. commencing at lOo'elock.
Handsome Household Furniture, Pianofortes Brontes
? at the IIv# story brown stone muilnn
No. 47 W hi Ittth at., between 'ith end 6tb net.
Parlor, Drawing Room, Library, Chamber and Dining
Furniture complete, coneiating of
two magnificent rosewood caee Pianofortes, one four round
Chiokerlug, one upright 7){ octave Decker A Bros
Throe latest atjr 1 u Farlur Suite, richly carted, covered In rich
"damaak eatin," brocatel and tapestry; Centre Tablet
lu match.
Rosewood Rtaijeret, Cablncu, Plate Mirrors, Easy Chain;
two elegant Turkish Lounge*; 83 flue Oil Paintings, real Im
Krted hronte and bisque Figures, 2 imported French gilt
untel Heta, 60-day Clocka, 3 Bookcases, Library and Sucre
taire. 3 Library Table*. 2 inlaid French wainnt lady's Writing
Desks, handsome Turkish Suit (7 plecea),
IS Bedroom Heta complete, coneiating
inlaid French walnut and gilt Bedsteads, Dressing Cases to
match: One Bureaus, Wasbstaiida. Alto single Bedstead*,
:t:t fine hair and spring Mattresses, feather Pillows, Bolsters,
Blankets. Hep, plush and haircloth Halts. Marble top
Tablet, Rockers; 2 Retention Tablet, Hldebnard; dining
Chairs in leather; cane Chairs, 2 French Chin* Tea Heta;
Silverware, Rogers' Cutlery, 29 t el vet, Brueaela and Ingrain
Carpets, 2 Hull Stands, Kitchen Furniture, Ac., Ac. N. B.?
Hale positive. Catalogues ready, HoueeopenHA.il.
ROBERT C. CAHHIM, Auctioneer.
Take Broada-ay or 5th avenue stage. Cnlversity plare or
6th aveuue cart tu Itlth St. lioods packed and shipped, city
or country, by competent men
Auction halb-auction notice.
Large and positive Furnituro Halo
THIS DAT (Friday), at 10>tf o'clock,
at fire story brown stone mansion,
No. 120 West Twentv-tbird etreot, near Sixth avenue,
over 4i*J lots, hy catalogue, vis.Elegant rosewood Brad
bury A Windsor Pianoforte, 7K octave; Parlor Suits, 14
pieces, covered In satin; Turkish Suits, Brontes, Paintings,
Curtains, Turkish Chairs, Pillow Lounges, velvet and Brus
sels Carpets, Inlaid Centre Tables, Library Tables, Book
casoe. Secretaires, Ac.; Inlaid and gilt black walsiut lied
stuada. Dressing Cases, Bureans, Wash stand*. Wardrobes,
hair and spring Mattresses, Pillows, Bolsters, Blankets, rep
and haircloth Suits, Dlulng Furniture, Huffet, Extension
Tables, Chairs, Silverware, Cutlery, Dinnor and Tea Sets,
kitchen and basemnni Furniture and a variety of household
Articles. N. H.?Clouds tmxod and shipped fur purchasers
city or country. LUKE FITZGERALD, Auctioneer. .
Auction. auction. auction.
THIS (Friday) MORN INC,. October 8,
commencing at 10}, o'clock,
No. 106 East Thirteenth street, near Fourth avenue,
handsome and genteel Household Furniture,
Pianolurte, rich Parlor Suits, Carpets, Paiutlngs.
Parlor?Magnificent latest style Parlor Suits, covered srlth
the richest description crimson satin brocade; crimson and
gold and green and gold satin brocatel; magnificent double
round octuve grand square rosewood Pianolortcs, Paint
ings, Works of Art, Hromtea, Vaaea, Mirrors, Curtains, Table's,
Ktngeres, Turkish Chair*, Lounges, Bedsteads, Dressing
Cases, Bureaus, Washstandi, Commodes, spring anu hair
Mattresses, Bedding, reps and haircloth Suite, Lounges, Buf
fet, Extension Tabic. Class China, Silverware, Cutlery,
velvet, Brussels, ingrain Carpets, Ac. N. B.?Goods packed
and delivered for purchaser*. city or country.
JULIUS KRAEMER. Auctioneer.
Alfred llovd. auctioneer, 29 broaiAvay?
Will soil this day, at 10:30, by virtue of foreclosure of
a chattel mortgage, the Fixtures, Ac., of the Restaurant, 95
Bleeckar street, in lots, consisting of?Chairs, Tables, Silver
ware. tllassware, Copper lloilers. Cooking Ranges, Kitchen
Utensils, Ac. By order of Mortgagee. Sale positive; dealers
In vitcd.
A -JERK. JOHNSON, JR.. AUCTIONEER.
? Old stand, 37 Nassau street
ON SATURDAY, AT 10* O'CLOCK.
' KLKOANT HOUSEHOLD FURN1TCRR
Fine mnqnot. Brussels and velvet Carpets, superb China and
Olass Ware, fine Brontes and Paintings, Articles d* Vrrtu;
also very lino Mugatothoscupio, two rosewood Pianos, Kitchen
Utensils, Ac,
AT M. E. FAVOR'S GENERAL AUCTION AND COM
mission house ?Best location fur tales of all kinds of
general Merchandise, Furniture, Beds, Bedding, Carpets,
Mirrors, Pianos, Stoves, or anything else: consignments so
licited; settlements prompt; outside sales a specialty.
BY MAX BAYERSDORFER, AUCTIONEER-SELLS,
1U\ o'clock, 23 First avenue, first class Confectionery
Fixtures, Marble Soda Fountain, Sllver-plaled Show Cases,
Candies, Ac., in lots. MAY BAYERSDORFER, office 14
Chambers street.
B EMANUEL, AUCTIONEER-WILL SELL ON
? Fr.day, October 8 at 2 o'oloek. at salesroom 174
Bowery, a largo stock of Fancy Uooda, Toys, Shells, Ac.
Beads dealers invited.
BISSELL, WELLES A MILLET, AUCTIONEERS.
This day (Friday), at 10f? A- M.,
at No. 15 Murray street.
Hardware, Cutlery and Ilouscfurnisbing Good*; also a line
of A1 Spring Balances, from 30 lb*, to 200 lbs ; hand aud
panel Saws. Hatchets, Sample Cards, Ac., Ac.
Also 500 dozen extra una No. 1 pick and tlsdgt Handles
?j^DWARD SCI1ENCK, AUCTIONEER.
Large peremptory sale
of elegant French marblo Clocks, bronxe Statuettes
and Groups, choice Parian marble Groups
and Statuettes, elegant I ranch China Dinner,
Tea and Dessert Sets, of the choicest patterns;
cut 'ilasswaro In variety, French China
and Bohemian Vases and Cologne Sets, Ac., Ac., Ac.
To be sold at auction at No. 60 Liberty street,
on Wednesday, Thnrsday and Friday, October 6, 7, and B,
at 11 o'clock each day.
Ooods on exhibition Tuesday, October 5.
I3UBNITUBE AUCTION?FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, AT
1 It'ii o'clock, at 229 Third avenuo, consisting of all kinds
of walnut Bedsteads, Bureaus, Parlor Suits, marble lop
Tables, Mirrors, Lounge anil Sofa Beds, cane and wood
Chairs, Hair Maure-sos, spring Hods, Wardrobes, Book
cases, Hail Slaud*, extension Tables, Wushaiaod, ladies'
Sewing Tables, Commodes, Flower stands. Ac Ac.; Horse,
Harness and 'truck. II. II. ItKICUKItT, Auctioneer.
C1KO. w KKELER, AUCTIONEER.
JT Art Gallery, 53 Liberty stroet, corner Nassau stroet.
To-day, October H, at 12 o'clock,
a large peremptory tale or fine
TRIPLE SILVER PLATED WaRR
and Table Cutlery of first class manufacture.
Now on exhibition.
A recent importation of fine French Marble Clocks, bronte
-Statuettes and Figures, Bohemian Vases, beautitul Parian
marble Croupes, Ac.; ol.gant French china Dinner. Tea and
Dessert Sets, in new and liundsome patterns; Miutou Tils
Flower Boxes for Windows, Musical Boxes, Ac. They will
be sold at unction
MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY,
October II, 12 and 13, at 12 o'clock each day.
George holhrdok, auctioneer, -holbrook
A ROLLINS will sell this day, at 2 o'clock, at sales
rooms 454 and 456 Canal street, a general assortment of
Household Goods. Parlor Suits In crtinson and tan reps and
haircloth; black wwalnut and enamelled Chamber Suits,
Bookcases, Wardrobes, Ktsgeres, Hat Stands, marble top,
extension and leaf fables: Carpets aud Oilcloths, .Mattresses,
feather Beds, Bleukets, Comforters. Sheets, Pillow Cases,
Lounges, Chairs, Pier and Mantel Mirrors, Clock*, Paintings
and Engravings, Window Shad**, Crockery, Olass and Plated
Ware, Kitchen Utensils, Ac.
/3KORGK HOLBROOK, AUCTIONEER?IIOLBROOK
AT A ROLLINS will sell this day, at 2 o'clock, at sales
rooms 454 and 456 Canal street, one manufacturing and one
family Sewing Machine, entirely new, American. Pur
chasers will receive necessary instruction, free, at residence.
Advances made on consignments.
HKKT7.BERU BROS., AUCTIONEERS, HELL AT
10 o'clock, at 131 Third avenue, Slock and Fixtures of
first elast Lager Beer Saloon?Bar, back Bar, Wines,
Liquors, Tables, Mirrors, Ulatses, Ac.; positively, In lots.
Dealers invited.
IS. WEINBERGER, AUCTIONEER, SELLS THIS
? day (Friday). October H at 10t< u clock, at tin Bowery,
30,0isi fine Cigars, Liquors, Wines, rnrmture, Blankets aud
general Merchandise.
Mortgage bale?henry d re her, auction.
eer, office 26 First street, sells this day, at 2 o'clock, at
the southeast corner of Ninety-sixth greet and Second ave
uue,' six Cows, one Horse and Wagon. By order ol
WILLIAM LONG, Attorney for Mortgagee.
Marshals hale of groceries, wines.
Liquors and Cigarg?8. HERMAN, Sheriff's Auction
eer, sells this day (Friday), October 8, at IO)a o'clock, No.
lb Bowery, a lot of fins Wines, Liquors, in casks and oases,
vis. .?Brandies, Gin, Bourbon and Kyt Whiskey; also a lot
Soap, llomlny, Tea, Coflee, Ac. Sal* positive. By order of
ISAAC C GOLDSTEIN, Marshal.
VTEW YORK LIFE.
i\ THE EVENING TELEGRAM.
PAWNBROKER'S SALE.?THIS DAY, JAMES AGAR,
X Auctioneer, will sell, at 59 New Bowery, 5m> lots
Dresses, Shawls, Remnants, Underclothing. Table Linen,
Blankets, yuilts, Pillows, Coats. Pantaloons and Vests By
order of M Natteiiheuuor, 2,106 Third avenue. Men's Cloth
ing will be sold at 10}< o'clock.
PAWNBROKER'S HALK.-R FIELD, GENERAL AUC
X tlonoer, salesroom No. 89 Howery, will sell this day. at
11 o'clock, dOD lots Men's and Women's Clothing, Dresses,
Shawls, Remnants, Underclothing, yuilts. Blankets, Bed
ding, Boots Shoes, Ac.; alto Overcoat, Coats, Pants, Vests,
Ac. Hy order D. Do Long, East Broadway.
> A WN BKOK KIl'S SALE.-TUOH. J. M GRATI1, Auc
tioneer, 158 Chatham street, comer Mulberry, will sell
this day, 11 o clock, MJO lots Men's and Women s Clothing,
silk and other Dresses, hroebe and woollen Shawls. Bern
Hants of Mlk, seal skin Barques, silk velvet Cloaks, Mink
Furs, guilts, Blankets, Bedding. Boots. Shoos, Ae.. also
Coats, Pant, and Vests. H> order T. Carroll, 19 boulh Fifth
avenue.
U^BBCKIVKK'H SALE.-J. HRBBACHER, AUCTIONEER,
will sell without reserve on Friday October H, at 164
t liatham street, at ID o'clock, the following property; ?
l ive bids, old Whiskey, 3 bid* Jamaica Hum, 2 bbis. Scotch
Whiskey. 3 eighth casks Brandy, 5 eighths Gordon Doll's
Sherry. 5 caeks Port Wine, CO cases Brandy, a lot Rhine Wine
ol various brand*. Office Fixtures, 1 Iron Safe, Ac Also 20
cases need Leaf Tobacco; also lot unclaimed Property from
Western Hotel. GARRETT LOHBKE, Receiver.
HERMAN, SHERIFF'S! AND GENERAL AUC
Os tloneer.?Hale of fine choice Wines, Liquors, Cbam
ragne. Office Furniture Safe, Horte, Wagon, Ac., this day,
Friday, Oct. 8, at 11 o'clock, at IJ Howery, the entire stock
of an importer and wholesale dealer, comprising cask s of
Brandies, Gin, Rum, Ac.; also about UO barrels choice old
Bourbon?via, of Heargrass, Ashland, Bowen, I abinet and
other choice brands; also 15 barrels Monongahela, Kyn,
Watson, Nelson, Ac.; also casks ol Imported Scotch and Irish
Wliijkejr, casks Port and Sherry Wines, superior quality;
also about (**) casus Rhine Wines?vis., of Kudeshciuier,
llocklislmtr, Erhucher Laubeuheimer. Ac.; also a large lot
of Brandies nod Gin, I'ort aud Sherry Wines, Klimnel. Ac ,
in esses; 43 cases and baskets Chuinpagiie, Cigars, Office
Furniture. Safes, lluree, W agon and llamas*, hale positive,
In lots to suit dealers.
rrUK PUBLIC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT
1 THE FOLLOWING PLACES ARK TUB ONLY
AUTHORIZED OFFICES FOR TIIE RECEIPT OF
ADVERTISEMENTS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR THE
NEW YORK II ERA I.D ?
? BROADWAY. CORNER ANN 8TBEET.
1,295 BROADWAY
M) SIXTH AVKXUR.
114 HQUTU six i II iTItRF.T, PHILADELPHIA.
CORNER BOER CM AND FULTON STREETS, BROOK
LYN
UriLLIAM ABBOTT, AUCTIONEER, OFFICE NO. .3
I Chambers street, will tall on this day. at 11 o'clock, the
Furnii ire ol boarding house 29 Cherry street. Feather Beds,
heir Mattresses. Bedsteads, Mirrors, Chair*. Tables, Ac
WILLIAM ABB'lTT, AUCTIONEER, OFFICE NO. 8
TT Chambers slri *1.-Marshal's sale Hy virtue of an si
?cation, I will *?!!, on t':;: day, at 10 o'clock, the Stock of
lt "0* and nhoes at store N>> 9*5 Thud avenue, Deer Fifty
.at^u, .areas CHARLES FELLA TUBE. Marshal.
FOR HAL* ......
X~HANOROME WHEELER A W[I^?N 8BWIN(1 MA
A china: perfect cedar; tucker end C^"J
plete; colt it few mouth* kgo $75; will be sold for $30. Cell
et 35 Bond street
neatly fitted ur corner liquor store5
flvo rears' lease low rent :la good thoroughfare, ueer
the fe?H.r "ppf7 to OAKFNKV I SMITH. Auctioneers,
office No. 17 Outre street, _____ -
4 ?FOR SALE, corner grocery stores*
A. Bakeries, Coal ud Wood Yerdi. corner Liquor Stores,
Cigar Stores, Hardware Stores, Stovo-Slorss, Hotels.
MITCHELL'S Store Agency. 77 Cedar street.
A^m ?HOTEL, FORTY FURNISHED ROOMS, FOR SALE
|? at a MAcrifice ; very little ca/h wanted ; Ion* 1?*?? and i
very low rent; on account of sickuoss. Iaquir? at Ho. wj
Weat Fifty-fourth street - I
A^m RARE BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY.?1TO BE Dis
posed of. at au enormous sacrifice, the Fixtures and
machinery and good will of ?n old established anil first
class Ale Brewery; best location in the city; building is on
favourable lease. Apply on premises, 145 East Forty second
street.
A^m FIRST CLASS MILK ROUTE AND DEPOT OF
275 quarts for sale?Will be, sold cheap na owner Is
going Into other btisiuess. Cull at the corner of Forty-ninth
st. end Broadway, In food store.
B^BAKERY FOR SALE.?CORNER STORE, LOCATED IN
a good neighborhood; doing ? cash bnsinees; reasons
for selling, owner has two businessos. 992 Second av., between
51st and o2d streets.
IftOR SALE-A GROCERY AND TEA STOKE, 81'LEN
1 did Fixture,, small Mock, with low rent , an excellent
location for business; situated on Eighth avenue; will sell
cheap for cash. For fbrther particulars call on MARTINI Y.
BUNN A CO., 335 and 337 Greenwich street, corner or Jay,
New York.
FHiOR SALE-A SALOON, WITH BOARDING, RK8
taurant and oysters; first rute situation up town. Call
at FRED. MUSTEK'S, No. 73, corner Stanton and Allen
strenta.
IrtOR SALE-A BUTCHER S SHOP. WITH SPLENDID
' Fixtures and a good run of customers. Inqiiire. nt No.
62 West Fourth street. C11AK1.K8 KaHIMsAU.
F^HOR SALE-A FIRE PLACE HEATER. IN PERFECT
order, cheap; Hull A Grlppln make. 241 East Forty
eighth street.
For 8A.LE?lumber yard and stock, at iiar
lem; an old stand and a splendid opportunity for a
successful husineas; sniall capital only required. Address L.
Y., Herald Uptown Branch office.
F^m or sale-sbcond hand office partition.
Railing Drug Drawers, Show Cases, Desks, Shelving,
Tailors', Oyster and Dry Goods Counters, cheap. Apply to
JAMES HODGE, 32 Commerce street. Jtear Bedford.
FHHOR SALE?A FIRST CLASS CORNER LIQUOR
Store; very chenp for cash. Apply on the premises,
491 Fifth avenue, Brooklyn.
T710R BALE?AN OLD ESTABLISHED LIQUOR
l! Storo, handsomely fitted up; terms easy. Jl West third
street, cornel of Greener
F^HOR SALE OR LEASE?FURNITURE AND BUSINESS
of n large first class Hoarding House, handsomely fur
nished aud lull of paying boarders; fine location: no agents
noticed. Parties with papllal cau addross for particulars J.
S., box 142 Herald office. - I
TriEKD STORE FOR SALE?ESTABLISHED OVER 20
Ju years; Horses, Trucks, Lease, Ac., oheap for cash. ^ Ap
ply at 539 Hudson street.
S^^BIHKT STORE FOR SALE?ESTABLISHED ON
Broadway for ton years; .Stock, Fixtures and 1 attorns, j
warty buying cau bo taught the busine**; wholesale anu ro?
tail. Addres* M. B., box 104 Herald Uptown Branch office.
THO FURRIERS.-TO BE DISPOSED OF, THROUGH
declining health, a really first claa* biwioess ; a chauye
in a thousand. Address :i,f?HU 1 u*t office, N. Y.
T^m HE FITTINGS OF THE RESTAURANT. 95 BLEECKER
street, wilt be sold tills day, at 10.30, by public auction.
Sec auction column, By order of Mortgagee.
T^m URRITORY FOR SALE?ON A VALUABLE PATENT
article. Call at 46 Centre street, second Hoor, between
10 A. M. end 4 P. M.
dbl A lift WILL PURCHASE A FIRST CLASS RES
tfol.TcUU tmuraut, noar Broadway, or will oxcb? r
small House in Brooklyn. Apply to GAt FNhY A bMlTU,
auctioneer*, office 17 Centre street.
MACHINERY ?
r^FTwTrTl MODERATE CAPITAL CAN BUY,
on easy terms, Machinery, Ac., ot profitable city
Business dealing In a necessity Principals ouly address W.
B. LYNCH, Attorney, 10 Wall street.
A SECOND HAND FOL'R-HOttSE-POWER UPRIGHT
Enginu for sale; Hookwelter make; In good order;
boiler tasted at 100 pounds last August; price, $M>, cash.
FRANCIS S. K1NNEV, No. 141 \N est Broadway.
I50R SALE?750 POUND STEAM HAMMER, NINE
1 feet ; upright tabular Boiler, small Stamp Mill.
CHARLES A SEELEY, 3< Park row.
FUEXITI'RK. _
A?Dressing financial obligations compel
, private family to sell their Household Furniture; su
perb satin Parlor Suit, 14 pieces, cost $1,2.13, for $300, do.,
$175 . magnificent Decker A Bros. 7>i octave I lanoforte
$?'75- Turkish Suit. $4.">. $80: Chatnlier Sou complete, with
Dressing Cases. $>0 to $175; single Bedsteads, Bureau,. hair
and spring Mattresses, rep and plush Suits, $.10 to $oO,
Lihrarv and Dining Furniture, Paintings. Hro i/.es, Carpels,
Ac.; must bo sold. Goods can remain uno. October U.
Call five story brown stone resideucs No. 47 It est linnet.,
between 5th and 6th avonujes.
A PRIVATE FAMILY. IN PRBS8IN0 CIRCUM
stances, will sell their magnificent satin brocade, latest
style Parlor Bull. co4it $475, for $1,50; ono do., magnifi
cent octave rosewood Pianoforte, $225; C haiuber nulls,
with DrusiilniC $40 up; hair and ?pnug Mattreteee,
Wardrobes, Bedateais, Hurraus. rep and plush Sittiug Room
Suits $50 aud $30; library, dlDiug furniture; Paintings,
Curtains, Carpets, silverware; a groat sacrifice .must be
sold. Call Immediately. Private reeidunce 105 East Thlr
! teenth street, near Fourth aTenuu.
A
-FOR SALE, AT PRIVATE RESIDENCE, 120
,lt West Twenty third street, near Sixth aveune. Parlor
Suits 14 pieces, covered In satin, cost $l.CkJU, for $350; one
do i$125; Turkish Suit-. $00; rep end haircloth Suits, $35
anil $55; inlaid and gilt black walnut Bedsteads
Dressing Cases, Bureaus, Waabatands, W ardrobes, hair and
spring Mattresses, Dining Furniture, Extension Table
Bullet Chairs. Ac N. B ? An elegant rosewood four round
Bradbury A Co. I'lauo. $200, a bargain
i ~LAROE ASSORTMENT OF FURNITURE CARPETS
A and Bedding at greatly reduced prices at B. M.. LOW
PF.RTHWAIT A CO. S extensive warerooms. Not. 155 aud
157 Chatham street. Payments taken weekly or monthly.
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF CARPETS, FURNITURE
anil Bedding at greatly reduced prices at OfAK
KELL'S exteustve salesroom, 410 Elghtn avenue, between
Thirtieth and Thirty first streets. Payments tekeu weekly
or mtiutlily.
B~ Y J. HAVEN. AUCTIONEER. :m EAST THIRTEENTH
strOft?Furniture, Carpet*, Mirrors. Pianos, 1 arlor s?uit%
Bedroom Set*, Bookcases, Wardrobes, Lounges, Mattresses,
Chiffoniers, Etageres, Ac., at private sale at auction prices.
/lONTINUKD REDUCTION IN PRICKS OF FURNl
(J tureV Carpets and Bedding at B. M. COWPERTH
WAIT A CO.'S, 155 and 157 Chatham street; to reduce
stock. Now is the time to purchase.
/TALL and examine the nekdiiam sofa bkd
\j The only bed that is entirely free from the upholstery.
Parlor and Chamber Furniture at a great sacrifice. U
EGLESTON, 464 Eighth avenue, corner Thirty-fourth street.
Grand reduction in prices of fine furni
ture, Carpets, Ac., at GEORGE A. CLARKE 8, 747
Broadway, on his popular system of monthly payments.
ODD SECOND HAND AND MISFIT ENGLISH,
Brussels, three-ply and ingrain Carpets, Oilcloths, Co
coa Mattings. Ac. ta speclaliyi, very cheap, at the old place,
112 Fulton street, side entrance. __
CI RE AT DEMAND AT PKIVATI? SALE FOR FURNI
T lure, Carpets, Pianos, Mirrors, Bods. Bedding, and all
kinds of Goods at FAVOR'S Auction llouso, 13 East four
teenth street; consignments solicited; send In yonr goods;
settlements prompt aud quick sales.
"IV ANTED?SOME GOOD PARLOR AND BEDROOM
YT Furniture in exchange for some nicely located subur
ban Building Plots. O. 11. PIKRSON, No. 5 Pine street.
WATCHES, JEWELRY, AC.
AT NO. 8 ELEVENTH STREET, THREE DOORS
west of Broadway, Diamond*, Watches, Jewelry Ac.,
bought end sold by ROBERT J. ROSENTHAL (lorraerly or
Jackson), WJ6 Broadway.
AT 77 BLEECKER STREET, NEAR BROADWAY.?
Money advanced ou Diamonds. Watches, Jewelry,
Biunofl, Ac; al*o Pawnbrokers' Ticket* bought of Diamond*,
Watches, Ao. 77 Bleeckei' atroet, upstair*.
4 MEKICAN OFFICE?$75,000.?FINK DIAMONDS,
A Watches, Jowelery, Silverware, India Shawls, \ alu
able*. Ac , bought. Highest possible value paid. Also tun#
Durchones effected. Established 1864,
p J. 11. MAURINGKR. 735 Broadway.
Diamonds, watches, jewelry, silverware
Furs,Camel's Heir Shawls, Clock. Bronte, bmigbt sold
back when desired, at very small advance. GEO KG K O.
ALLIEN, Jeweller, 1,100 Broadway aud fwenty-nlnth street.
| iyo'sixtiF' avenue, between twenty
4 0.5 fourth and Twenty fii'th streete -IJberd ailvancot
made on Diamonds Welches, Jewelry. Silkv Laces aud
Shawls. Maine bought at lull value. L. BRKNAKJ .
NAKUL* MASTIChS.
a t r.iiPtTLY REDUCED PRICES.
A L extensive stock of siato and Marble Mantels. Wash
Trays aud Slate Work of^ycry^e.c P| ^rK COMPANY,
Union square, Fourth aveuue aud Seventeenth St.. N. V.
ZTtKWART'S iTeW SLATE MANTELS. INLAID WITH
5 ,,|?. also rnsrble and wood Mantels, elegant designs;
pnee. viry low. 220 and 222 West Twenty tblrd street,
near Seventh avenue.
CsCOTCH ORANITR MONUMENTS, AT BARGAINS,
foreale ?See tliem, at itnponer'e yard, No. 333 East
Fourteeulh street, near Sec.md avenue.
TiTk METROPOLITAN PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT
is at 21S Broadway, lu the IWrald Building.
Sj/wt marhlkizkd and marble mantels, new
designs, from $12 npward, closing out at it great re
duction for cash; Marble turning for the trade A.
KLAKKK, 134 East Eighteenth street, uear Third avenue,
New York.
ASTROLOGY.
A WONDERFUL CHILD, GIFTED WITH SECOND
sight froin birth ; tells sverytiling without qnesllonlng;
stolen properly, bnsinees manor, and abseul friends. Hssl
dence 111 East Fifty-first street
A" TTENTION ?CONSULTATION ON BUSINESS, LAW
eulte, ennmlns, lossas, absent friends, love, marriage
and death. 510 Sixth avenue.
Mine. 8INGII1, ClalfTorant.
A? M.MK. BKIONoLI, MEDICAL AND BU21ilNESS
? Clairvoyant, tells mimes, shows llkeneesel, ??? . 3"0
and $1. No. 150 West Twentv fifth street.
A -$1,000 REWARD NO imposition ^JREAT
. business and medical Clalrvoyaat.
Names, numbers. 54 Lexington avenue, near y
fifth street. ?
MMK. COLLINS. A RELIABLE AND TRUTHFUL
ClairvurauL Sixth evunue, near SevamaunU at.
HOtm, Uuons, mv., wamtep. ^
In tills City and Brooklyn.
TyANTED-A COMMODIOUS DWELLING AT RKAr
11 eonabie rent. Adrtrose box 5,554 Pott office
WANTED?BY A OUIBT AND_ RESPONSIBLE PER.
? ? email wall frirul.hed Itouee, biWMi Thirtieth
aud Sixtu |U Mroet*; rent patd in advance Inrtead of refer
ones. AddreJ. C_. box 11)0 Herald Uptown Brunch office.
WANTED?A FURNISHED FRENCH FLAT, CON?
taming nine In win rooms; all modern lin?revemeut?|
rem not to exceed 1100 per month. Address C. 8. L., Oread
Union Hotel, with permit to tee premises
WANTED?A FURNISHED II0U8E OR FLAT BT A
family or six persons end two servants; rent not t?
exreed $150 x month. Add reus box 3,042 Pout office.
WANTED?A SMALL HOUSE FOR ONE FAMILY IN
Hxrlem, above llHtli atreel, between Second and
Fourth avenues; rout not over B-KX) a jeur. Addreaa 0. K-,
Herald office.
WANTKD-A FURNISHED FRENCH FLAT OF SEVEN
rooms, either in New York or Brooklyn: rent not to t>o
over 175 per month. Address X. Y., Herald office.
WANTED-BY A PRIVATE FAMILY OF ADULTS, A
small English basement House, furnished: locution
west of Madison urenne and between Tenth and Forty-flfth
streets: rent not to exceed $175 per month. Address J. P.
CO iVLkS, 43 Chambers street. _____
WANTED?A FRENCH FLAT, FULLY FURNISHED.
I'or housekeeping, except table service, between Four,
teeoth and Forty second streets and Sevanth and Lex
ington avenues, consisting of three double bedrooms, par
lor, dining room, snrvauts' room, bathroom anil kitchen,
from the let November to the 1st June; the terms must
be rery moderate. Address J. S., Herald Uptown Branch
office.
WANTED?IN A PRIVATE FAMILY, TWO ROOMS,
connecting, furnished complete, for housekeeping.
Aildross, stating location and price, which must be low (no
others noticed unless described), J. L. P., Herald Uptown
Branch office. %
xyANTED?A ROOM, NEAR THIRTIETH 8TKBET
T? and Broadway for a single gentleman, witb or without
breakfusl; terms must he giveu; reference If required. Ad
dress A I}., box 11)2 lleruld Uptown Branch office.
TITANTED?A SECOND FLOOR OF 5 OR 8 ROOMS
If in a private house, by a gentleman ?nd wife, wilhoni
children, between Fourteenth and Twenty third streets and
Second and Fourth atenues. Address A. It., station F.
WANTED TO RENT IMMEDIATELY?A HOUSE IN
the upper part of the city; west side preferred; not to
cost over $1,000 per annum. Apply, with particulars, to J.
L . box 1,410 Post office.
WANTED-THREE UNFURNISHED ROOMS, WITHIN
fivo minutes' wulk of Broadway and Twenty third
street: terms must bo moderate. Addres H. 0. C. B.,
Herald Uptown Branch office.
YiT"ANTED?BV A MAN AND WIFE. A FEW ROOMS,
?T with private family, suitable for housekeeping; rent
not to exceed $30; referr iv es exchanged. Addre s W. E. F.,
113 East Fortieth street.
"117" ANTED, FROM NOVEMBER 1-A FLAT OH
vT door, completely and handsomely furnished, by a gen
tleman. wife and servant, for light housekeeping; location
between Fourteenth and Forty second streets, and Madison
ami Sixth avenues: linen, silver and absolutely private
bath required; rigid cleanliness guaranteed. Address, with
full particulars concerning price, accommodation Ac., FUR
NISHED FLAT, box 5,743 Post office.
In the Country.
WANTED?TO RENT, WITn THE PRIVILEGE OF
purchasing, a Farm ol not less (bun 20 acres, within
one a half hours' of City Hall; must he in high and healthy
locality, and terms reasonable. Address box 124 Herald
office.
INSTRUCTION.
An experienced teacher, graduate of
Christ's College, Oxford, is prepared to give lessons in
Latin, Greek, Hebrew, Sanscrit and Arabic. Clergymen
contemplating a tour to Palestine may find it to their ad
vantage to address POLYGLOT, box 124 lleruld office.
An experienced classical and matiih
matical teachor, scholar and gold medallist of foreign
university, dosiros private pupils prepares for college, Eng
lisli or American; highest city reference. Address
TEACHER, box 130 Herald Uptown Branch office, 1,265
Broadway.
A HIGHLY RECOMMENDED KINDERGARDEN
teacher desires a new situation. Address KINDER
GARDEN, box 154 Herald office.
A PROFESSIONAL GENTLEM AN, AN EXPERIENCED
teHcber. having three or four hours unoccupied in the
afternoon, desires a few more pupils, mule or female (adults
whose early education has been neglected! ; to the mental
culture of such parties bo will devote his whole, sole and un
divided nltcntlnn; tuition, separate and strictly private,
given at teacher's or pupil's residence. Address Dr. NEW
TON, box 124 Herald oQice.
MISS ESMONDS WILL RESUME, OCTOBER 4, AT 20
East Twenty-fourth street, hsr classes in literature)
also ona lor teachers and those wishing to avoid the confine
ment of school; will receive two pupils to board.
TVT ANTED-A CATHOLIC MALE TEACHER; ONE
M having knowledge ol mnsic preferred. Address C. M.,
Herald office.
POLITICAL,.
\V"E8T SIDE DEMOCRATIC ASSOOIATION.-TH*
IT ratifeiiiou meeting of the Twentieth Assembly Dis
trict West r-ide Association is postponed to baturday night,
Ootober 9, at 954 Sixth avenue.
MUSICAL.
ACARD-THK AMERICAN CONSERVATORY OF
Music has removed l<> the specious aud beautiful build
ings and ground. No. 09 Union place, near Clarendon Hotel.
Pupils can there be accommodated with Rooms and Hoard.
For particulars apply to Professor HENRY HCIIROKDEK.
Musical Director. N. B.?A Krunich A Bach Piano, but
little used, fur sale cheap or tor hire..
INSTRUCTION ON PIANOFORTE AND 8INOINO AT
pupil's residence, $10 per quarter ; pupils tanght singing
in English, French and Italian languages - also prepared for
concert. Address INSTRUCTION, box 113 Heralu Uptown
Branch office, 1,265 Broadway.
"yoUNO MEN WISHING TO JOIN A FIRST CLASS
1 amateur orchestra now forming will please statu per
letter what instrument tin y play and their age , references
exchanged. Address letteis to A. P., Ashenbroedel Society,
74 East Fourth Vtreel.
DA.\l'l!tlG ACADEMIES.
A J. HA USE'S DANCING ACADEMIES.-CLASSES
? at Masonic Hall, 114 East Thirteenth street ; Hrevoort
Hail. 154 East Flit)-fourth street. PRIVATE LESSONS at
any Itoiir. CIRCULARS at private academy, 212 East
Eleventh street.
Allen douwortius dancino school, no. 212
Fifth avenue, corner of Twenty-eixth street, will com
mence October 16; mornings or afternoons for ladies and
children ; evenings for gentlemen. For particulars send for
a circular. Mr. Frank Dodworth's classes, 196 Washington
street. Brooklyn.
AT J. MARS' ACADEMY OK DANCING, 289
Bleecker street, pupils can eommnnco at any time and
atleud at their own convenience wlthont loss of lessons.
Send for circular.
AT WILSON'S DANCINO ACADEMY, 303 WEST
Fourteenth street?Classes now open and particular at
tention,paid to beginners. For terma, Ac., send for circular.
Select Soirees Tuesday and Saturday evenings.
AT MR. TRENOR'S ACADEMY OF DANCING,
Lyric liali. Sixth avcuuo, Reservoir square.
Pupils attend by TICKET at their CONVENIENCE.
Receptions every Friday evening. Send for circular.
PKOPOSAlM.
T^-EWTON WATER WORKS.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals lor the constriction of a reservoir will be
received at the office of the Water Cotnmissiouers, in Cole's
block, Newton, Mass., until 11 o'clock A. M. of Tuesday, Oo
tober 19, 1875.
.Specification! may bo hill and plans may be seen, at said
office, on and after Tuesday, October 12.
The Commissioners reserve the right to reject any and all
bids. R. M. PLL-IFKR ? w
FRANCIS J PARKER,
ROBliKI' K. BISHOP, ) commissioner*.
EDWARD SAWYER Engineer,
38 Barristers' Hall, Boston.
EXCHAIUH.
FOR REAL ESTj
_ Business?A Hrat cla
optlcou Exhibition Dr. BYKN, No. 49 Nassau street, room 9.
mo EXCHANGE FOR REAL ESTATE, CARRIAGES,
* Merchandise or Business? A flr*t class extensive Stere
IIOOTS AW?
TJOOTS A-ND ^'[VuCKO PRK^-jp^. BOOTS,
M-u
IRON mS'v, and Youths.
x .trong serviceable 241 Fourth avenue.
MATRIMONIAL.
A GENTLEMAN, SOON VISITING EUROPE FOR A
year, wishes to marry aud will correspond with a lady
with that view Address LEROY, box 1,40.1 Poet office.
< LGTH1MB. ~~
A GREAT DEMAND FROM MY AGENTS FOR
A ladies' and gentlemen's cast off Clothing, Carpels,
Furniture. Diamonds, Laces, camels' hair Shawls, Jewelry.
Ladies and gentlemen will he ustoni.bed at the prices we
pay in cash Please try and satisfy yourself. Call, or not*
to Mr. or Mr?. ANIIALT, 178 sovcuth avenue.
BILU Vitus.
American standard bevel billiard tables,
with Delnnoy e wire cushions eotclv used in all cliam
pitiiislilp and match games; second hand Tables at great bar
rains. W, H GRIFFITH A CO., 4*) Vesey street.
lOLLKNDKR'S STANDARD AMERICAN BEVEL
< Milliard Table*, with the celebrated I'lielan A Cullender
mbiuation cushions-, for sale in this city only at 7J8
oadway.
DECKER A CO.'S PREMIUM BILLIARD TAHLESL
J. with the Wi.DOCi challenge cushion a largo u-sortnient'
rlou! slses, new aud second hand. W arorootu ooiuer Canal
d Centre streets
HIEl.AN S BILLIARD TABLES FOR BALE ONLY BY
OEOKOK E PlIKLAN No. 3d Kant F'ourteeuth struct,
tw York; No. 923 Chestnut street, Philadelphia.
iTANTKD-V GOOD SECOND HAND BILLIARD
T fable, sis" 4x8 or !tf)x7. Address BILLIARDS
? raid office, stating full particulars.
MEDICAL.
--MME. RESTKLL. MIDWIFE. SINCE 1840 No I
L. East Fifty-second street, Urst door from Filth avenue.
?MME. MAXWELL, 114 EAST TENTH STREET
h. gives medical advice to ladion and childreu gratis.
-DR. AND MME URINDLE CURE ALL COM
L. plalnie; 25 years* practice. 142 Weet Forty eighth st.
a KRPR-DR AND MME BOTT CAN BBCON
A suited conEdenllally. .No- 47 West Thirteenth Greek, _
CCONSULTATION FREE -ALL COMPLAINTS CURED
/ succeaifuUr by Dr. ot Mine. WK61. 45 Bleecker itreek

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