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Nurtn, <Vc. 1 07 it BROADWAY, BETWEK.V ItlD \SD .TWO !.?(') ?l#,?-A Prf*i?*t*nt young irfrl ** mir*? or t<> do tint?t ohinbvrwark5 would ninki* *??-r-?lf u*?*ful; * howe tuore deairablft lb an Call or aitlrei* tor iwo uayi. "1 ?>7 < KROAIIWAV. BBTWHiN 'ITIli AVI) .'WH l.sJI t" its ? A young * a? competent o?rw tad to iH.MM in chamberworJc; tbraa y?*r*' ieftr*iicts from !**t place. i X AnnCAR Slit ATHO ?1 AS 19 VEARS' EX 1\ pericuce children ? uurw, and ?s a (food plain imam* stress, wi-hea to assist la a P'""* American lamil) hi New York ur the low er part of Brooklyu i? capable ul tskiug full charge of an Infant II required excellent r .derelict. Address L., box 1 IPi Henld Hrooki/n Hrsncfa "If"-'1. A YOUNG WOMAN AS NURSE AND CHAMBER, mm.I or chambermaid alone; four \ ears' liesl rltx r,-f snee. Address N U.. box ISM llerolii I ptuwa Branch office A FRENCH GIRL AS NURSE OR OH A MII It M V 111; A good rcleronooa Address IL, box 2i*J Herald I ptowu Branch office. _____ TITANTED?BY A 1DDM WOMAN, A gJTUA it tion ontl nurse. Apply at Labor Bureau, Caalie Garden. Waitrennex, dir. 4 COLUMBIA PLACE. fHTII ST. NEAR AV. D.l?A tr girl, 1_' omi old, mnu a home in an American family. I J WEST 44TH ST?A RRSPKi TABLE tllKI. Ad II waitress or would aniG-t in tak i noar a of growing children and do plaiu sewing; bent city reference. 11 I WEST BSD ST.?AN AMERICAN (iIRL AS COM. lit peteut wultreaa or would do chambers-uk aud plain sewing; no objection to no a nbort distance in the country. 1OJ EAST 32 D ST, HETWEEN LEXINGTON AND 1 ? *fc -tth am. (fourth bell ?Aconipeti ut giri an brnt class waitress in a private family; understands i.er work thor oughly; bent city reference. l)Ar WEST MTH ST. fPRKSENT EMPLOYER'S).? a?''*' A young German girl aa waitress and chamber maid. .>r chambermaid and aeauiatrraa; it willing to uiaka herself useful. 9 t A WEST 1HTH ST., SECOND FLOOR, BETWEEN iJTU 7th and Sib ???.?A re-peotaiile girl a> first class waitress In a?mall private family; uo objoction to assiit with chamberwork; city reference. Oifl 6TH AV.. BETWEEN 37TH AND 8STH ST3. "l-fctj ilng the bell).?A respectable irirl as waitrusa iti a pris ate family; no objection to help w ith chamberwork; nine years' best city reference fntn her last place. OI~ 6TII AV. (IN THE DRESSMAKERS).?A n*T'l young woman aa wuitresa; would do a little Qua washing If required; good cltv reference. 1 9111 "ROADWAY.?A YOUNG WOMAN AS FIRST l.-oi class waitresa: very beet city reference. MlsceUaucoua. 7 EXTRA PLACE. 1ST ST.. BETWEEN 2D AV. AND I Bowery.?Two girls want places for kitchen work in hotel ir restaurant. rU' PRESIDENT ST.. BROOKLYN.?A MIDDLE.-AGED Li" woman to work in a restaurant nr eating house in the lay time aa ahe wauls to be borne at night. ]19 WEST 19TH ST.?A RESPECTABLE PERSON AS -1 1 ? maid to an aged lady; Is a good aaumsueas; five years' reference. 1 aH WEST 28TH ST.?A FIRST CLASS HOUSE I' 'o cleaner wants to go ont by the day; noderstauds ker business thoroughly; good reference. irn EAST 42D ST.?A FRENCH GIRL AS LADY'S I ? 11/ maid In a nfflvate faintly ; Woul! take care of growing thildren; is a good hairdresser and (lresamaker; reference. 179 3D AV.. HETWEEN li.TH AN1) 17TH HTS?A 11? thoroughly competent French maid and dressmaker as lady's maid; is highly recomniendud by ber former em ployer, where she lived three years. EAST 21 ST ST., ROOM R? FIRST CLASS ? I store room and linen room girl tor hotel. 221 9-9 WEST 19TH ST., THIRD FLOOR.?A RESPECT j able woman to go ont by the day's work to huuse slean, is a good washer and ironer; best reference. 479 WEST 22D ST.?AN INTELLIGENT GIRL OF ? aw IS aa lady's maid, or waitresa and chambermaid. Call or addreaa A LADY OF REFINEMENT DESIRES A POSITION aa lOtnpanion to a partial invalid with a lady m family going to Europe or California; would a-k no cuinpenaailon Put expense* defrayed. Address B. VV. B., Herald oilier. A RESPECTABLE YOUNG LADY WISHES TO travel with an invalid ladvor uthorwise; good refer luces. Address S. M., Herald office. AS LADY'S MATD AND SEAMSTRESS?CAN CUT J\. and fit children's clothea and operate on different ma chine* : can be seen at present employer'a Address W. T., Herald Uptown Branch office. A PROTESTANT SWISS GIRD. SPEAKING FRENCH and German, as lady s maid or seamstress, or to take care of grown children and sew. Address G. P., Herald Up town Branch office. PROFESSION A I. SITUATIONS WANTED? FEMALE!. r LKROY ST.?A YOUNG LADY WISHES COPYING 1 ' to do st her nwu home; wr::Oi a uuick, business baud iddren Al/GUsTA. I OO MADISON ST.. SECOND FLOOR.?AN EXPERI l?J?) enced teacher as visiting governess or nurserv guv mrnss and seamstress. Call on at address TEACHER An amebican lady, graduate, teachino English, French, German and music thoroughly. de Hre* an engagement in a family having children to Distract for the morning honra, terms moderate; references. Ad dress M. L., box 100 Herald Uptown Branch office. A LADY OF GREAT EXPERIENCE IN TBACIItNO in school* and families deairea engagement aa daily or reaident governess tor English and French . tauirht 10 yean in one ot the tlrst boarding schools of the city ; grammar and arithmetic thorough; tugboat reference. Addreaa F. UiULY, Brooklyn i'ust office. A. HELP WANTED? FEMALES. T. STEWART A CO., WANT FIRST CLASS CLOAK MAKERS, FIRST CLASS WAISTMAKERS, FIRST CLASS DRESSMAKERS, FIRST CLASS OPERATORS ON WHEELER A WIL SON SEWING MACHINES PROPELLED BY STEAM. Apply at NTNTII STREET ENTRANCE, before 9 AM., Broadway and Tenth atreet. A GIRL TO COOK, WASH AND IRON; MUST HAVE J\ city reference. Apply tbia day, between baud 11, at No. 87 West 36th at. AN ENERGETIC LADY, OF SOME BUSINESS knowledge and good reference, at $13 a week; boura U to 4. HESS ? McDaVITT, 744 Broadway. CCOMPETENT COOK AND LAUNDRBsS WANTED.? 3 Small family; elderly peraoua need not apply. No. 04 Weat ISth at. T) H. MACY A CO., 14TH ST AND 6TH AV? WANT J 1. a competent woman to take charge of their lur depart ment; also experienced saleswomen lur the same depart ment. \yANTED?A GIRL, 16 YEARS OLD, TO MIND A IT baby. Call tbla day, between 10 and 11 o'clock, on J. L. HURON, 54 Howard at.. New York. WANTED?A FIRST CLASS MILLINER TO OO TO Jacksonville, Fla. Apply, Immediately, to CAbK, CHAPMAN k LoCKWOOD, 543 Broadway. WANTED-A WOMAN TO COOK. WASH AND IRON, and to make herself generally useful in a private fain tly. Apply, with r-lerence, alter 9 o'clock, at (basement door) 454 West 33d at. tyANTED?A COLORED WOMAN FOR UPSTAIRS o work; must be neat and tidy. Apply at lot East 14th street. Vy ANTED?A PROTESTANT YOUNG WOMAN AS IT nurse for small children. 00 West 45th st. \yANTED?A PROTESTANT GIRL, A GOOD CO"K. IT washer and miner, to do general housework in the family of a clergyman; wages $1U. Apply Ibis afternoon at 833 West 3i nil st. \1TANTED?AN EXPERIENCED PROTESTANT MID IT die-aged nurse lor infaut, to a superior, capable, oblig ing person permanent home is offered Apply, alter 11, at, room 71 Ashland Hotel, 34th st. and 4th nr. "lyANTED?A GOOD PLAIN COOK; Ml'sT BE GOOD IT laundress. Only those whose lust employer can he seen in the city need apply from 9 to 1 o'clock at ill East 19th st. \yANTED?AT J. C. DEVIN8', 1,102 BROADWAY. AN II efficient snleswoman and one to learic Apply mi the 15th and 16th inst. "Wanted?a lady's maid; English pre it (erred; good dressmaker and hairdresser; must sew by band and he willing to travel. Tbfe having city refer euce call at 25 West 55th St., between 7 and 8 P. M. \y A NT ED?TWO THOROUGH SERVANTS, FRENCH. IT English or Swedish, to do the work uf a small Irani,ly; look must bo a brat rate launAnjae; chambermaid and wait ress must understand carving ami be willing to wear caps; personal r-l-rei.ee Indispensable. Apply at 3?< West > >tb st., from ID to 12. Wanted-a frf.nch nurse and seamstress. 'I one nnderstandlng the care of an iufant, with good City references. Apply at 123 Last D2d st. \yANTED?A GOOD SMART GERMAN GIRL; MUST IT be a good washer end iruner mid plain cook and speak English; must understand her wurk. Apply at 12U Kiting ton st. \\TANTED?A YOUNG WOMAN AS FIRST CLASH IT seamstress still to assist ill the cars of a child. Call alter 1) A. M.. with city references, at 1 .1 West 23il st. \y ANTED?TWO COMPETENT GIRLS AS WAIT IT resses, with good city reler-n,. *. Apply at 4ii"5iIi >> \yANTED?A RESPECTABLE UIRL FOR Gl Ni I L II housewnrk. Apply at coff-a saliaiu So girg ,\ni m St., next door to entrance nl Frankfort House 5TH av.?wanted, a neat young nvH Gl sery governess, or nurse and seamstress i all I,-lore f?1 LEXINGTON AV.-WA.NTri), an AM! H \N ?>!! (J.L English girl, accustomed to general l , willing tu be generally uselui; also a t r-n. , I'rot, r..,i,> turse girl; neither older than 25. f>1 WEST WITH ST., BASEMENT -WANTED, A P I. UI estaut girl aechambermaid, waitress and to io st in lauudry. SITUATIONS W A.VTEII-i! ti, \ SWISS PROTESTANT WAITER, .11 SI ARRIVED A I inn Pari-, speaking a little English, wi lies a si in a lion In a good private family, Ador ., A, L., box li llorald I pt en Branch office. A YOUNG G ANIARD WHO KNOWS I'lJE I.MILI.GI language, oesi res a tituniiou in an office, si - re -r other iinplnyuieut, small salary; best uty relereuaes. 21 Last srrrATioivs avawtkd-mm.f.s. 4 KK.-l'Kt IAHLK CULOKFD MAN WISHKS A /V dtinttlun *? wi tt'P in ? prlratf family or bnardlnK limine: underttaud* liif bixini'M tli? r utib:y; fan give Lr.t cl?a* refertnc*. Addrw* t!. K. L., No. 11 <.rami hi. 4 HUTAiKOi WANTF.D HY A YOUNG MAN AS A. Iiurw 111 am invalid |f?iillt>tnuii. 11*11 ai 1 ?.. Mad laoii ?? , top rtiair 4 YIH'MI MlN (COLOKKDl WANTS 4 SITl'ATIOJI J\. aa a .liter in a dial rlaai finally or boarding hotlM! flv. ?eaia' bet! refer.-l it from la.t place. Address F. CLAY, >n. I. t Macdouxal ?t. 4 Vol Ni. COLORED MAN WISHKS A BITl'ATIOM JV in a private family or linardiux b?ute aa ilrat clasa waiter; good city reference. Address Kid Waat 30th st. A COLORED YOUNG MAN WISHES A SITUATION dt. ?? waiter in a private lutnily. Can be ad en f.r two day* at 13 W atts at. JOHN VAN DORN. A COLORED MAN WISHES A SITUATION AS .'Y waiter in a private family or boarding houae. or would make ilren; good city reference. Call i n or addrcaa C. A. Mod Otis. I'O Weat :13d ?t t situation wanted by a first class coi ored waiter: thoroughly underatacdH Id* bu?lne*a, can brina city reference. Call on or addreaa WAITER, 110 Went 24th at., top door. A COLORED MAN WAITER WANTS A PLACE IN A X\- private family i>r boarding houae; (rood city reference. Call all day at No. 40 Kant Slid ?t., reur houae, down stain. A LADY. LEAVING FOR EURO PS, WOULD LIKE A to li>. i a aitnatlon for a trustworthy young man aa second waiter Apply at No. Ill Bond at A YOUNG MAN, STEADY AND INTELLIGENT, 1Y wishes a eituatinn to learn the grocery or dry good* or other buaiue**; very aiuall aalary aapectcd, and would go on trial without aalary for a mouth. Addrea* C., box liO Herald nilice. 4 KKKNC1I MAN DESIRES A SITU ATION AS XX. waiter or in any other capacity; geod references Call on or addreaa tat preseut employar'aj I'ELi.EIIEK, 123 Madia..n av. A THOROUGHLY I'RICTICAL WAITER (COLORED) j.'V deali.-a a dtuation in a private Iniuily; i* reapectable an i ateudy; three y.-ura' city rel'ereiica. Call on or addreaa O. V., lfi 1 West 24th at. 4 COLORED MAN WOULD LIKE A SITI'ATION AS A. waiter in a boarding houae or private family: will en deavor to give satisfaction. Call on or addreaa W. DAVIS, No. 151 Weat Slat at. M BAKTENDER.?A YOUNG MAN. AGED 2 \ LATELY lauded from Dublin, want* a situation ; good reference can l>?? given. Address i). XL, Herald ottice. ALB NURSE.?THOROUGHLY COMPETENT. MEDI (al or surgical, want* a situation as nurse or attendant sick or invalid gentleman; no objection to travel; best reference a* to ability and character; will be disengaged on the 23d. Adtircsit MALE N L R8E, bo* 135 lieruld Uptown Branch oilice. OlTtJATION WANTED?BY A YOUNG MAN, IN A O grocery store; good penman; quick at figures and has been in the grocery bus.n aa lor six years. Address 120 Hut 43d st. SITUATION WANTED?A8 USEFUL MAN IN A 0 private or boarding house; understands the care of fur naces; will do waiting it required: wages $"? per month; best reference. Addreaa J. L.. box 104 Herald office. rnilE DEFINITE RESULTS 1 OF THE OHIO FLECTION 1X TnE KVKV1Na TK LhGKAM TO-NIGHT. rpwo YOUNO PERSONS. MARRIED, SPEAKING JL French, German uud English;ruan aa waiter and wife aa nurse or chaiuhertneid. Address H. K., box 103 Herald Uptown Branch oflice. TX7" ANTED?A SITUATION BY A FRENCHMAN ? ? (single). as first class waiter in a private family; has excellent reference trom his last employers. Call for live days, at 107 Wouster st. \\TANTED?BY AN AMERICAN MAN, A SITUATION ? V as day or night watchman, or anv light work: can give good reference. Call on or address JAB. A. BILLS, No. 2 Bridge St.. New York. WANTED?BY A YOUNG MAN, A SITUATION IN A T V restaurant as cook; willing to work. Call ou or address G. L., 850 8th av. TIT ANTED?BY A FIRST CLASS COLORED MAN t? cook, a situation in a hotel, restaurant or boarding house; best reference given. Call at or address 228 Thomp son st. TIT ANTED?A SITUATION, TO TRAVEL FOR A ? ? wholesale liquor or grocery house, bv a thorough com petent man, well acquainted in the South and West ; salary to be comciiMiiriite and depending on success; best references. Address ENERGETIC, box 862 Post office. TIT'ANTED?BY A GENTLEMANLY YOUNG FRENCH IT man, a situation either as footman or valet to young gentlemen: is capable of improving their French; has good recommendations. Address VALET, Herald Uptown Bruuch office. 01 9 EAST 37TH ST.. BASEMENT.?A YOUNG MAN, *? LaJ aged 21, IS months landed, to take caro of horses or wait on table; wages not so much an object as a good place; good reference. CLERKS AND SALESMEN. Accounts adjusted, hooks opened, written up and closed; reference. Address M., box 663 New ^ ork Post office. A YOUNG MAN WOULD.LIKE SOME EMPLOYMENT after half-past three o'clock P. M ; is a fair peuuian, and competent to keep books, examine accounts or as a copyist: would be willing to take work home. Address K., box 176 Herald oflice. A THOROUGH BUSINESS MAN SEEKS A POSITION; characteristics?energy, fidelity and executive ability; accomplished accountant and manager; 20 years' New York experience; no objection to travel or reside elsewhere ; sal ary moderate; references unquestionable. Address SECRE TARY, Herald oflice. AN EXPERIENCED HOSIERY MAN, WHO HAS ALSO thorough knowledge ot every detail of the men's fur nishing business, desire* an engagement. Address II OS IE RY, box 169 Herald oflice. A YOUNG MAN, AGED 19 YEARS, OF SEVERAL years' business experience, wishes a situatiou as ship ping clerk, assistant bookkeeper or any position where a fir-t class penman and accountant is required; A No. 1 ref erence. Address JOSEPH, box 107 Herald Uptown Branch oflice. "WANTED. FIRST CLASS SALESMEN FOR OUR , hosiery and merino underwear department. None but those having the best city experience need apply, be tween 10 and 11 A M., at STERN BROTHERS1, 367 6th av A B OOKKEEPER WANTED-UY AN IMPORTING house; salary. SI .(JOI; mu?t be experienced in doubl# entry and correct in figures: single man preferred. Address, with reterrnces. IMPORTER, Herald office. / TOMM ISSI<i.V SALESMEN WANTED?FOB WHITE I J shirts. Address. with reference, A D., butt 160 Herald office. LAW.?A SITUATION AS COUNSEL OR MANAGING clerk. Address CHARLEY, Herald office. "VT" B.?NO DRUMMING OR CANVASSING WANTED.? ATI ? An American young man desires a situation in a store or other employment; small salary; best city reference from last employer as to temperance, honesty and, responsibility. Address, for one week, E. HOPE, box duel llorald office. TO GROCERS AND WINE~MERCHANTS.?A YOUNG man of undoubted ability, who has been head salesman and manager for seven tears with present employer in first claaa house (wholesale and retail) In this city, is open for an engagement, or would travel in city and vicinity ; highest reference and security. Address G. II. C , box 167 Herald Uptown Branch office, for three days. TITAN TED?YOU NT iM E N~TO LEARN THE RETAIL tV dry goods business. LORD A TAYLOR, corner (irund and Ubrystla sts. TAT A NTE D?A MAN ACQUAINTED WITH THE \\ butter snd cheese business, to iro abont and solicit the gracerv arid h itel trade must be well recommended. Ad dress EUTTKit Herald office. WANTED?A HOSIERY BUYER OK FIRST CLASS >? character and ability. Apply, by letter, to MILLS A GIBB, 4<)H and 110 Broadway. TIT'ANTED?EXPERIENCED SALESMEN FOR DRESS >? goods department. A| ply to LORD A TAYLOR, cor ner of < irund and iTiryitia sts. 11* ANTED?THREE EXPERIE.Nt ED BLACK (IOOD8 >V salesmen, at ItoDOLUS A OUR BROTHERS, 1X1, 1K> and 1*7 8th ?. flood salaries to good men. "WANTED?AT KODOKRS A ORR BROS., 1H.7, IKS 11 and 1*7 *th av . three tirat cluss ,.rcs. goods salesmen; none but (lr?t class men need applv , references required. 11ITANTED?A SITUATION BY SUIT AND CLOAK ?? salesman: thoroughly competent and reliable to take full charge. Address J. W. DEARY, Tret ltd av. COACH IKK N AM) <i A It DKVE1IS. t GERMAN. DP Ml YE A RSI 0 YEARS IN THIS it country, itidnstrious and temperate, thoroughly ex. perienred in jrreenhouses, gardening and trmt growing, wants a situation as tiist rlass gardener or assistant; good reference*. ('.ill on or address F. SKl'J'Z, 2,348 2d av., he tween I'll it h and l2l,gtst>. A SITUATION WANTED?AS COACHMAN; IB A IV good Groom and competent driver; atrii tly temperate and I Iiiiest; 10 years best city references. Address J. B , 111 East 18th st. A PROTESTANT FARMER AND GARDENER. W il years 1.1 age, will take charge of a gentleman's place; li.is 1.? years' hrst class testimonials. Address tt. 1', Post office. Flu; Iilng. !.. I. I SITUATION WANTED-HY YOUNG MAN. AGED il . 7, as coa, Iitnan and plain gardener; can milk, tend furnace and makes hlmsell useiut: w iges in..derate; good relareiice. Address M.. box U t Herald office. t SITUATION WANTED?BY A SINGLE MAN. AS J\ coachman. gardener and useful man; thoroughly understands his busltieas: can milk; wages moderate; good reference. Address COACIIMA v. le.x 223 llorald office. 4 YOUNG GERMAN FAMILY. WITHOUT CHILDREN, Ax want uititations In the country; the man as good farmer and gardener; the wile as plain conk, washer and Iruicr: good references. Call on or address, lor two days, A. B., 11(5 Greenwich St. t YOUNG MAN WISHES A SITI AT IO N ASCGACII Ji\. man ur groom; is willing and nbliglng; understands h.? u.iness: in objection to city or eouutry; can be I .r iii.lied with liest references front Ws ;ir. ent employer us to uiesly and sobriety and a good, faithlu man; not particti la about wu^es. Audresa E , box 2O1 Herald i ptown B nili office. t COACHMAN'S SI TUATION W IN I I ID?BY A CAKE ,\ I ut. sober man; lour yean' tlr.t class city reference it hi. late employer. Gall on or address J. D., No. ?"> East I itli St., |?i i vate -1 aids. t SINGLE man desires a situation am:ga< II .\ men tnd gardener; satisfactory reference Iroio pre ent a I f..nut r employers. Address J. B , box 1_| Herald \ .-In \TloN WANTED?BY A YOUNG MAN, AS ,V . ,1, Inn.,11 anil gardener; thoroughly understands his in tin an Its branches, good reference iron) last cm v r. Address A It . box fib llorald Uptown Branch A : ACIIMAN'S *SYTL'ATIOH WAHTED?WV A FIR8T -Hill, thrngUly ttittfintondii hi* bn?ii???s; is "J,|? t*",i ?i?h? .. Ijpii i ity reference Cull on or ;ui<ire*? Mm i,? iiru ulw?y, mi the hurtMMM store, \ Yul N ? MAN GERMAN WANTS A SITUATION . V as coachman; understands tlio ' are and driving of "thua* *"U c41 dsnuig; bi.it reierenea. AUdresa W. T., Herald COACIIMKIY AM) G VRDKBISERH. AS COACHMAN?BY A COLORED SINOLB MAS"; J\ understand i|i., business; either in city or country; it willing to be useful can give good r oh retue. Adurd*s B. I., Herald I'ptuaa Branch office pOACHMAVS SITUATION WANTED?BY A SOBER, \j steely man; thoroughly understand* the business: can give eight years' refer nee from last employer, fall on or addre's J. W,, 39 West 41lb st, / lOAl'ilM AN AN!) GROOM S SITUATION WANTED? \J By a single young man; atyll-h driver and groom of good experience: sober, obliging and civil; willing to be use fill; highly recommended- Address A. 11., box 187 Herald office. pOAUHMAN, GROOM, USEFUL MAN. AC., BY A V J young man; single; nnderalanda steam and hot air furnaces : willing and obliging; nndoubtod city reference. Addrcsa ii. M. box 124 Herald office. pOACIIMAN?BY AN ENGLISHMAN; FIRST CLASS \ I conclinAtn and vegetable gardener; aged 3" years; wile an American, aged .1; no family . tirst class bad i barge of a gentleman's place tire past two years. Address T. M., Herald office. pROOM OB TALST?AOED 25; THREE MONTH a U from England ; II years' experience In English noble men's families; basinet his testimonials; thoroughly under stands raceln rses; accomplished horseman. Address J. M., box 158 Herald ullice. J ENGLISH COACHMAN WISHES \ SITI'ATION IN A J good family; >ln.-le ; age :t<>; first elasa city references. Call on or address W. W., 150 Wi st .'list st. SITUATION WANTED?A8 COACIIMAN AND OAR t~ dener: can milk and take care of furnace; willing and obliging; wag 's mo.loraSg; good reference. Address J. K., box 121 Herald ..'Ii W" ANTE 11?B Y AN ENill.rsil M AN, A SITI'ATION AS Y? coachman ; steady, sober. Industrious; egrel'ul driver; ean mil* and attend furnace; good red rentes No. 2 MSB* gan place, between loth and llMfsts. TITANTED?A SITUATION AS COACIIMAN AND ') ganlener; city or country; will attend to poultry, fur nace ami milk, if rc. | uired: wages low; quiet and good tem pered; three years city reference. B. K, 211 West Twenty seventh street. HELP WASTE D?,11 V I.ES. A FEW GOOD. ENERGETIC MEN WANTED. TO a."*, sell the Troy Polishing Iron for polishing collars, cuila and shirt-. Apply at the manufactory. 184 Greene st. A?WANTED, LIVE AGENTS, TO CANVASS THE ? stationery trade with the best article ever invented! liberal percentage to the right parties. Apply at factory, 163 and Ml West 27th st. \\rANTED?AN ENTERPRISING YOUNG MAN. WHO t) can furnish references from last employer tosnlictt city orders for a New York home. Address. Stating whore last employed and In what capacity. W. M. J., Herald office. VV"ANTED?OFFICE BOV. ABOUT 14 YEARS OLD; 0 $10 i month; send references and specimen writingtu box 4,!K21 Post office. T\TANTED?A BOY, AS ASSISTANT BARTENDER, AT " SWEENEY'S, 149 Fulton st.; none need apply hut those who have been at the business, live with their parents and are not a:raid o'Work. TUT ANTED?A CATHOLIC GENTLEMAN OF GOOD YY address, for a light position. THUS. KELLY, 17 Barclay it., 3d floor. THE TRADES. JEWELLERS.--WANTED, A GOOD PEARL SETTER. Apply at JOHN A. RILEY A co.'s. No. tt Bond st. rpWO FIRST CLASS MECHANICS WANTED? 1 Hlack-niith and wheelwright, on heavy work. A Factory to let. a itit Power. Apply to N. W. CONNOR, of North Otu St., and 3d St., Williamsburg. E. D. "WANTED?A SITUATION, BY A FIRST CLASS EN Y > gineor, stationary or marine ; good references and se curity if reiftiircd. Address J. W., 41 Henry Bt., for ten days. T1TANTED?A FIRST CLASS CUTTER AND FITTER, YY by Taylor's system only. Address, with references, DRESSMAKER, box 149 lli raid Uptown Branch office. /"ANTED?TRACEHS, ON EMIIOSSED GLASS. AP ply at D N. SMITH, BROS. A CO.'S. I,Til* Broadway; WANTED?A MAN THOROUGHLY COMPETENT TO mix all kinds of oil: state where last employed and wages expected. Address ,1. D., Herald office. 7" ANTED?A GOOD CARVER, IN A DINING saloon. Address F., Ileraltl office. TV TV O TINSMITHS.?454 5TII AY., SOUTH BROOKLYN IIOAKDERS WA.VTKD. 1 LARGE. NEWLY FURNISHED ROOM, WITH ALL X conveniences: table unsurpassed; also use of billiard table; terms moderate, to a gentleman and wife; with a private family. 350 West Thirty second street. 1 ENTIRE SUIT OF ROOMS, HANDSOMELY Fl'R nished. witlt Hoard; also pleasant Rooms suitable for families and single gentlemen. 29 East Forty-sixth street, corner Madison avenue (Windsor block). Reference. 1 DOOR FROM MADISON SQUARE, 83 EAST TWEN .1. t.v third street.?Elegantly furnished Parlor Floor and Second Floor, w itli private tatde; Suits on third floor, with out hoard; breakfasts if desir>d. "I NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM. WITII AD X Joining hall Room, Board, fire and gas and every conve nience, for three persons. $21 per week; also Rooms on par lor floor. 42 Grove street. 1 ENTIRE FLOOR OR SINGLE ROOMS FOR MAR ried or single gentlemen ; good Board, bath, gas and lire ; very convenient to cars. 14D West Fourth street, near the Park. 1 LARGE ROOM, SF.COND FLOOR, TO LET-TO A gentleman and wife; also hall Room fur sinaclo gentle men. with or without Board. Apply at su Cliutou place, near Filth avenue. djjl ?T/\ TO R2 PER DAY, $0 TO t!2 PER WEEK; FINE ?pi ??11/ Room 8, excellent table for families and single gentlemen; croquet grounds; 171, 170 and 178 Bleecker street, near Broadway (} WEST THIRTY-NINTH STREET, FIRST HO THE ?i from Fifth avenue.?Suit of Mtartmentl on second tloor; five Rooms, with private tahle ami bath; smaller suit with out private tahle. 0 HANDSOMELY FURNMHED FRONT ROOMS, ON _j second and third floors; southern exposure,$2H to $14, with Board for two; modern improvements; references ex changed. Hoi West Twenty-fifth street. 4 WEST TWENTY-EIGOTII STREET, BETWEEN Broadway ami Fifth avenue.?Handsomely furni-hod Rooms on aecotid and third Uoori to let, with Board; rcter encea exchanged. r VANDAM STREET, NEAR MAODOUGAL ? HANK ') soinely furnished large and single Rooms, with or with* out Board; day hoarder* taken; terms moderate. r.TII AVENUE, 224, OPPOSITE MADISON PARK.? ? ) Elegant Suits of Apartments, for families or gentlemen, with breakfast; also front Basement aa physician's office; references given and required. rTII AVENUE. OR.?ELEGANT LARGE ROOMS, FUR ?J nished, and with first class Hoard; references. /TTI1 AVENUE, NO. 2B7. NEAR THIRTY-FIRST ?J street.?All elegant Sntt of Rooms: also Rooms for lam iliea und single gentleuien; private tahle if desired; refer enccs exchanged. rTH AVENUE, ail -MRS. SEAYEIt WILL RENT A ? ) very desirable Suit of Rooms, with private table, or to gentlemen, with Breakfast. CT1I AVENUE, 851. NEAR Til I RTY-KOURTII STREET.? If Parlor and Second Floor, furt ished; private bath, closets, Ac., with or without private tahle; desirable Rooms for gen tlemen: would let uufumiehed: terms moderate. TTH AVENUE, NEAR THIRTIETH STREET.-PRI >) vste family w ill rent Second Floor, also Psrh.r und Bed room on third Boor, hsnilsoiu. ly furulslied, with strictly first cla.s Board; reft reuses exchanged. Address M. 11., tux 2,408 New Vork Post office. TO PER WEEK Kilt ROOMS, WITH BOARD: tjpv) families seeommodated equally low; hot and cold water in rooms. 42 South Washington square, third door troiu Macdougal street. 7 WEST FORTY-FIFTH STREET, NEAR FIFTH avenue.?New ly furnished Rooms, wan first class Ilonrd, lor families and single gentlemen ; also a back Par lor, on very moderate terms. 9 EAST THIRTIETH STREET.?HANDSOMELY FUR nishell Parlor and Bedroom, on lir-t Boor; also SectgbJ Floor in Fifth avenue, between I wenty-inntn and Thirtieth Streets, with lirst class Board; references exchanged. "I ft WAVERLKY PLAGE, NEAR BROADWAY.? IU Pleasant front Rooms, $16 and $2fi lor two, with Board i single Rooms, $7 and iff); also tahle board, 4; house heated hy steam. 1ft EAST THIRTY-THIRD STREET.?A DESIRABLE i."/ Mel of lb mm, on -i ' und ttoor. also fruiit sail, on third Boor, with or without private table. 1 J Til STREET. WEST, 3.1, 3.7 AND 37, BETWEEN It Fifth and Sixth avenues.?Elegantly furnished Rooms and suits ol Rooms, for I uniliei or gentlemen; small tables; ?Imi Parlor Suit; references. I .1 Til STREET, 217 WEST.-ONE EXTRA l.AKGK, -It elegant Room on secon . Hour lor genth man and wife, and it very handsome trout ball Room lot a gentleiuau, with Board; references. 1 r WEST ELEVENTH STREET? NEAR BROADWAY? 1') Elegantly furuished Rooms, with Board, lor gentle man sod woe, or gentlemen; tutde first class; bouse heated; location CfUb.ii to Hotels; references. 1 <fTil STREET, NO 26 WKHT.-BUNNY. SPACIOUS, 1' I newly psinled and furnished, com modioli front Rooms; private or general Tahle Ursl class . extra wids house; ref t-renc. h. 17 AND 10 WEST TENTH STREET, NEAR HIFTU 1 I steiiue ?ITiiixually de-irable .n.I Floor, with pri vate table 11 de-n .-.I, also deiigotlul tiurd. story front Room; superior Board; reterencei 17 WEST ELEVENTH STREET. BETWEEN BROAD 1 I way .111 1 ! diversity place. ? I vo large and -logic Room to rent, with rxc b ut llofird, to families or single gentlemen; house heated throughout. 1 7111 STREET. OPPOSITE ST I YVESANT SQUARE, I e lour doors ...? ol second avenue Parties desiring ouitortabii' Rooms si a very all price and brut class Hoard, may he ace. mmodated: references 1 u east THIRrv.si-.coNi) street, near fifth 1 1 avenue I'w . .anils of Rooms, haml omely tarnished, withorwiio ? 11 private table; also single Rooms for gentle 1(1 Hi .-I I'WKM V >l.\ I it STRI.EI ?MIL EACIIEN J ?/ Mi-, 1 Lit, tormr-r.i ol the Grand Hood, will AccomfBO |(t WEST TWENTY FOURTH FI III. El', OPPOSITE 1 ?/ 1 iltb Av.-rinn Hotel.?A new and el-i mly furnished Floor to a party ol gentlemen, with or without Board: ref erences. O/t EAST KORTY-FIIisI STRE .T? SECOND FLOOR, git/complete, thn-e rooms en suit newly ? ..rio ted and handsomely furnished, for a family desiring respectability of summoning ; ex, client table ami bom* com Ions; unusually d- -irable. <?1 WEST NINETEENTH STREET.-AN ENTIRE PAR ? I lor Floor to let, with private table; private bath at 1 ei lied ; nlso Remus on oiurtii lloor, lor gento inen or gentle men and their Wivea BO VIU)KIIS WANTED. 9*M) STREET. 200 WEST. CORNER SEVENTH AVE ? ? > nutf.-Fr??nt Alcove on third floor, three Rooms on par lor floor, en sun** or niogly; nil newly ami elegantly fur Dished; accommodations lor a few table boarders; tirai class table. 9 1 WEST TENTH STREET, NEAR FIFTH AV ?a'tr nue.~Iluiidviiue Rooms, with all convenience* and first class Board; neighborhood unexceptionable ; also table board; references. 9QTII STREET, WEST. 307.?HANDSOMELY FUR. * Dished Roomwith Board; hot and cold water iu rooms; bouse and ueighboHicuid first class; $0 and $10; American family. DA EAST TWENTY FIRST STREET.?D ESIRABLK ? )"' suit of Rooms; also single Uoouia, with Board; refer ences exchanged. OA EAST THIRTY FIFTH STREET.?TWO HAND t J\J some Suits of Rooms on first aud second floors, also upper Room*, with Board; references. _______ OT8T STREET 121, NEAR FOURTH AVENUE. Ul Neatly furnished Rooms, with Board; suitable for family or single gentlemen; location desirable; terms moderate; referemoe. ?n ST STREET, 211 EAST.?ELEGANTLY FURNISHED OA alcove and largo fiont Room, with Board, for gentle man and wife or single gentlemen; terms very moderate. OlST ST., 74 WEST.?DESIRABLE ROOMS, WITH OA first class Board, on second uud third floors, for families or single gentleman ; reference*. _____ QQ WEST TWENTY-SECOND STREET.?VERY DE OO sirahlo suits of Rooms to lot, with Board, on second and third floors, to families or gentlemen, ut moderate prices; references. '}?> WEST THIRTY-THIRD STREET. BETWEEN OO Broadway and Fifth avenue.?Handsomely furnished Room for gentleman ami wife; also large, pleasant Koom fur one or two gentlemen; superior Board; prices moderate. OA WEST FIFTEENTH STREET.?FINE DOUBLE Ox and singlo Rooms, with grate or stove fires; excellent Board and prompt attendance; professional cook; at reason able rates to desirable people. O J TH STREET, 111 WEST.?LARUE THIRD AND Ot fourth story front sunny Rooms, with Board; second story back; references exchanged. Q A Til STREET, 244 WEST.?HANDSOMELY FUR 0"T* nished Rooms, with first class Board, en suite or singly; private tabic If dfl^red; references exchanged. O ."T M ADISON AVENUE, OPPOSITE TIIE SQUARE.? Of ) Elegantly furnished Rooms for families, to let, with Board; first class references. _____ OA WEST THIRTY-FIRST STREET.?AN ELEGANT ? )' ) suit of furnished Rooms; also Rooms lor gentlemen, with Board; references exchanged. 37TH STREET, NO. 35, WEST.?A SUIT OF ELEGANT I Parlors to let, with private table. WEST SIXTEENTH STREET.?VERY DKNIRA ble Rooms, with Board, at reasonable rates lor the ?w ...iniodaiious offered; unexceptionable references given and required. Mrs. A. E. CIIEKTHAM. A 1 EAST NINETEENTH STREET, NEAR BROAD *1 1. way.?Well furnished hall Rooms to rent, with Board; suitable for gentlemen. _____________ j .) EAST THIRTIETH STREET.-BEGOND STORY TT-j Rooms to let, with Board; also a hall Koom; refer ences. A O CLINTON PLACE, CORNER OF UNIVERSITY jtmmi place.?This House having changed hands, now oilers nn elegant suit of Rooms on second floor; also single booms, with full Board, at reduced prices; references exchanged; table Boarders accommodated. A O 1 AST TWENTY-NINTII STREET, BETWEEN jlO Madison and Fourth avenues.?A private family, hav ing more room than they require, will let a Suit or four Rooms, with bath on second* floor, with private table if de sired ; also a front Room and hall Bedroom, on third floor; bouse newly furnished throughout: reference* exchanged. A A LEXINGTON AVENUE.?GENTLEMAN AND XI wife can be accommodated with Board; terms $14 per week ; also gentlemen, $0; pleasant Rooms, each having not and cold w iter. H* WEST FIFTY-FIRST STREET.?ONE DOUBLE J and ono single Room, with superior Board; house thoroughly first class; references. A < \ WEST SIXTEENTH STREET.?HANDSOMELY JL tj furnished front and back Rooms on second floor, also a square Room on top lioor, with Board; references. Mrs. N. E. I.INSLKV. 10 r>) AND r.l ST. MARK'S PLAOR.?LARGE FRONT . JO Rooms and hull Rooms, fa mi shod, to let. witli Board; location Que; table Board. #-1 per week; terms low; summer prices. r | CLINTON FLACK. NEAR FIFTH AVENUE ? UT Large front Rooms, $18 to ?!0, for two persons, with excellent Board; gas and grate Qre ; every accommodation ; table boarders taken ; reference. rn WEST THIBTY-NINTH STREET?ROOMS, EN I suite or separate ; private table If deslrod; references. rr EAST TENTH STREET. CORNER FOCRTH AVK I ') nne.?Large, well tarnished Rommato gentleman and wife: pood Hoar.l. moderate prices; also Room and Board for one or two persons. (JO LEXTNOTON WENl'E. NEARTWENT* SEVENTH ''*mi street.?Nicely furnished Rooms, to let, on tlie third floor, with or without Board; small American family. "I AA EAST TWENTY-THIRD STREET.?A VERY DK 1 ' M * sirable Suite of Apartments, or Second Floor, to let, with Board: also staple Rooms; location central. -I A i WEST TWENTY-SEVENTH STREET.? GENTLE. 1 ' ' r man and wife can flud pleasant Rooms, with Board for lady only. 114 EAST NINETEENTH STREET. Handsomely furnished Room*, en suite and tlitgly, with Board. Ur EAST TWENTY-FOURTH STREET, NEAR ? ) Fourth avenue.?Southern exposure, extra sfce front hall Room, well furnished, with good Board, to a gentleman; term* moderate: private family. U(1 WAVERI.EY PLACE, NEAR WASHINGTON . > ' square.?1'lrssanl Rooms to let, well furnished, with or without Hoard; terms imuleruto. -|9| EAST TWENTY-SEVENTH STREET.?TO LET, with Board, two or tbre? large connecting Rooms, separately or together; also one single Room; references given and required. mKAST THIRTY STXTH STREET.?A PRIVATE family have a largo front Room to let, with good Hoard, where you can have home comforts. IOO EAST SIXTEENTH STREET. NEAR IRVING ?>?,j place.?An American family, having some spare room, will let. w ilh good Hoard, some very pleasant Rooms, on first and fourth floors: terms moderate: references. "I 4 I) WEST SIXTEENTH STREET.-'TWO OR Til It EE nice, pleasant Rooms, with or without BoMd. for gentlemen or gentleman and wile; hot and cold water, hath, gas, Ac. onQ EAST TWENTY-NINTH STREET?MEDICAL students can be accommodated with pleasant, fur nished Rooms, with or without Board; terms, with Hoard, from f T to $7 a week. Q-l WEST FORTY-THIRD STREET, NEAR BROAD ?el'" way?Two gentlemen and wives or a family ran have pleasant furnished or nnfamished Rooms, with Board; terms moderate; reference? exchanged. <11 I EAST ELEVENTH STREET, NEAR THIRD jJX'I" avenue.? House, with modern improvements. Just opened: pleasant Rooms, with first class Hoard, for gentle man and wife or single gentlemen; references. D1Q WEST FIFTY THIRD STREET, NEAR BRUAD wjjrl way.?A private family have a Room and hall, Room to let. with excellent table, gas and lire, for three (25; for two, if Is. <11 (1 EAST PIPTY-THIRp RTREET.?TO LET, WITH -lo Hoard, in prlate family, two nicely furnished front Rooms, with soutnern exposure, to man and wifo or two gentlemen. 99(1 WEST TENTH STREET?A SMALL FAMILY " will let one or two pleasant Rooms, newly painted, containing closets. Lot and cold water, with good Hoard, on moderate terms. <1 < O WEST TWENTY SECOND STREET.?A LARGE, ? I? sunny Room, with hot and cold water: ample closet room; also ball Room, with Board, terms moderate; reference. 291 FIFTH AVENUE.?TWO NEW AND ELEGANT 1y famished Floors, with private tallies and first class appointments in every particular; references :ed. changed QtlB EAST TWENTY FIFTH STREET.?A LARGE, ? )_') splendidly furnished front Room and Hedroom, to let. witn private taldo to two gentlemen or lady; second story. Mrs. M. ,f. FOX. ??tlLJ WKST TIII R'l'Y Slit7! INI) STREET. ? ROIIMS TO ? J?eO lot, with or without Board, furnished or unfurnished, at a moderate price; excellent neighborhood; reiurence. 0?>7 FIFTH AVENUE.?ELEGANT SUITS OF ? 1?) i handsomely furnished Rooms, on second of (Iklrd floor, to let, with or without private table; single Rooms lor gentlemen. 11(1 WEST TWENTY-SECOND STREET.?FUR I I ?/ nlsliod Apsrtmcnts, with or without Hourd, in a private family! terms moderate. 2 ^|J9 BROADWAY.?HANDSOMELY FURNISHED Rooms, en suite '>r singly for gentleman and wile II -ingle gentlemen, with or without lioard; private table il desired. A ?PLEASANT RUCllM AND EXCELLENT HOARD.? . at moderate prices, at 108 East Twenty fifth street, doors from Fourth avenue; house lirst class; entire nd II or to let. A LARGE ROOM ON THIRD FLOOR GIVEN, WITH Board, lor two persons, on Knurl th street, far the use of rl iO for a short time. Address H. II., Herald Uptown Branch nlfii e Board for gemli man and wife hk single gentlemen ; lncatiou central, junction of Broadway an I Forty second street. 5H0 Seventii aveitne. Board? oi-.n teem an and wife or sint.lb gen tli'iiien. 71 Second avenue. Rclers to iilessre. Spell Issy, 1 iihhoue A ilaclnerney, lawyers, 1 112 Nassau street, and others. N'EWLY FURNISHED ELEGANT Hot SK FRONTING _ Reservoir Park, Forty-second street; private table; or Rooms wiihnut bo aril; ai*o on Twenty third > t reel, frontl ng MadtSon square. Particulars w.tli E. J. HIIAYLOB,<M West Tlnrty -tlnrd street. N'EWLY AND HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOMS, en suite or sin IJ. with Hoard, in one of the choicest locations in the city; also large, eli'g intly furnished Room for single gentieuiaii. oil West Forty -eighth st. Reference. lit) A It I) AM> IS<IO<TIN<1 W \\TKI)| A YOUNG married couple de-ire hoard i\ witli a Jewish family, front room, second flour, hi #2 ? a week : between Third etui E ghth avenues and Fourteenth hi.G Fiftieth streets; no other hoarders. Address CON SERVATIVE. Hi raid office. A GENTLEMAN \NDWIFK wT.gi A parlor and lY Hedroom, not in her than scent)d floor, with Hoard. In a email German Inmlh ; location between lentil and Seven teenth Streets ami Rr idWAy and Sixth avenue; none others need ri ply. Address V. P.. Iiox 1,27H Post office. A FAMILY <il FOUR ADI LTS WANT THREE I N J\ furnished Roma?, one Ir?.ri I sitting room and two bed rooms, with good Hoard; good locality, between Fourteenth and Thirty second streets. Address, with full particulars, J. li. C., W or id office. IIO AllD A VP LODGIX O JW ASfTEP. ^ "QOARD WANTED?A tJENTI.KMAN, WIFE. N( IISK .I) and four iliilitron, a lied 7. .. and 2, deoii'B Board la .N w York or vii-inity tor wlnicr; tonu- muilsrata. Address, nub fall particulars, bo* D>- Herald 'Hire. B'i \ It l> \V YSThD FOR THE ? t^ i': II IN \ I'RIV \ rE Uiully, bv it tad* and dauaht-r partly lurnUlt two rvoiut |iaa and lieat requlrotl; wilt pay #li*> per month; Incrtttou north of fourteenth street: bitrherl references givaii and required, Addree., it . bo* 5,223 I ost olliee. Board wanted?on fifth avenue, above I'weuty third Mreet ?A second Floor, en suite, for four adults, with private tal i t; stale locatiou aud price. Addr.->? UARKIBON, Herald otlice. OA 111) WANTED?IN A RKSl'KCT A HI.K NEIGHBOR hood, between Twenty third and Fortieth Mio-is and l.exinirtoii and Ninth avenues, tor wile, hushand mid mother; terms rn t eaceedinir $85per mouth. Address 1'EliXANEN 1', Herald Uptown brunch otlice. _ Board wantkd-near BROADWAT and tuir tiutli street, for a family; two square Rooms and one hall Room wanted, third floor; terms must he moderate. Address W. B., Hcruld L'ptowu Branch slice. Firmanent hoard wanted?Ft>r oenti.eman, wile and child; terms not to exceed f V i per inontU. pay able weekly in advance. Address AMERICAN, Herald Up town branch office. WANTED-A MEDIUM SIZED ROOM. WITH HOARD, t! water, nan and heat; location between Twenty-third and Thirty-fourth streets, Hroadwuy and Ei rhth uveude; terms about$H; references exchanged. Address 1*. O. T., box 1HU Herald Uptown Hraiicli olliee. B Wanted?a room for two gentlemen, with Hoard tor one, within live minutes front Fifth Ave one Hotel. Address VVT. it. W., Herald Uptown itruncli olliee. ItHDDKLVN HO A 111 >? 1 Oft "ENKV STREET, BROOKLYN, FIVE MINUTES l'/u from Fulton and Wall street feme*.?Two huud Homely furnished Rooms; modern improvements; iirst clad* Board: terms $5 to per week; references. A1 HOTELS. NGELL'H HOT AIR ROMAN BATHS, <U LEXING ton avenue, comer Twenty-fifth street.-? R -ohih lor gen tlemen or families, with or without Meals; private tuble if desired; house and baths open all night. A GREAT REDUCTION.? 250 NEWLY FURNISHED Ji. Rooms* 25c., 35c., 50c., $1, $1 ?X). $3; greater reduc tions if permanent; gentlemen and families; open oil uight; Frankfort House, Frankfort and William streets. Belmont hotel, fulton street. near broad way and terminus of citv railways; business centre; European plan; open all night; Rooms, 50 cents upward; new family Rooms; Dining Rooms open Sundays. Hotel branting, madison avenue, corner Fifty-eighth street.?First class Rooms aud Board for families and siuglo persons. Lenox house, 72 fifth avenue, has a few family and single Rooms at very reasonable prices. W. L. MelN'TYKE. SALES AT AUCTION. 4 DRIAN If. MI LLER, AUCTIONEER. JX auction bale of 120 VALUABLE lots, 3d avenue, 4th or Park avenue; 5th avenue, opposite Central Bark; Bth avenue, opposite Central Bark; (itit avenue, above (Central Bark; 57th, 58th, 03d, tilth, 70th, 75th, 7Cth, 77tb, SStli, 120th, 127th aud 140th streets. i To be sold at auction, on WEDNESDAY, OC'I OB Kit 20, at 12 o'clock, at the Exchange Salesroom, No. Ill Broadway, by order of Grillith Howe, Esq., and of the executrix of Win. II. Ituvnor, deceased. The above sale comprises the most valuable building lots In the city of New York, ready for improvement. Will be sold. Maps at office of ADRIAN II. MULLER A SON, Auctioneer, No. 7 Bine street. Auction notice this day?extra large And peremptory sale this (Friday) MORNING, commencing at BP* o'clock, at the elegant brown stone mansion, NO. 120 WEST TWENTY-THIRD ST., .NEAR SIXTH AV. Magnificent Household Furniture, rare and costly works of Art, Ac., Ac. Catalogue comprising over 4'Mj lots useful and ornamental Household Goods, all made to order by celebrated city makers, and will bo positively sold in lots to highest bidders, regardless of Co A or value, as all goods must bo sold and delivered immediately after sale. Drawing rooms contain, namely Two brilliant toned 7J? octave rosewood Pianofortes, Bteinway A .Sons and Bradbury A Co.; four superb draw ing room .Suits, covered in crimson ami blue satin; Fit age res. Mirrors, lace Curtains, Cabinets and Tables to match; Jar dinieres, Stands, bronze Figures, Bisque and Parian Figures, oil Paintings, Lady's Writing Dos* and Secretaries, Book cases, choice Books, velvet and inoquet Carpets, easy Chairs, Oriental Rockers, Turkish Suits, Cabinets, Music Boxes; also tine Engravings. Bedrooms contain, namely:? Rosewood and black walnut Bedroom Suits, with Dressing Cases, Washstands, Commodes, Wardrobes, curled hair aud soring Mattresses, Billows, Bolsters, linen Sheets Blankets, Chairs, Rockers,Lounges, Bureaus, Curtains, Clocks, Ac. Dining Room contains, namely:? Black walnut Buffet, extension Table, Chairs, In leather suits to match; French China Dinner and Tea Sets, Cutlery, Plated ware, Casters, Urns, Pitchers, Forks, Knives, Spoons, Glassware; also basement and servants' Furniture, new four months ago. N. B.?This is the largest sale of the season, bole positive, regardies* of weather. LUKE FITZGERALD, Auctioneer. N.B.?Competent men to puck and ship goods, city or country. ? Auction sale?this (FuidaY) morning. at lOW o'clock, all the bur. Uoiuu ami useful Household Furniture at the largo private house, 105 East Thirteenth street, near Fourth avenue, at public auction, to tho highest bidder, without reserve, consisting of satin, brocade, reps and haircloth Parlor Suits, Carpets, rosewood Pianoforte, Paint ings, Curtains, Tables, Clocks, Mirrors, Vases, Bedsteads, Bureaus, Washstands, Dressing Cases, Mattresses, Beddiug, Blankets, (guilts, Lounges. Mdeboard, Extension Table, Glass, China and Silver Ware, Cutlery, Oilcloth, Stoves, Stair Carpets, Ac. Sale positive. J. KRAEMER, Auctioneer. At AUCTION?25 LOTS IN THE BUSINESS CENTRE ot Flushing. Main and Amity streets iLeggctt Estate), Thursday, October 21, Inst., at 2 o'clock 1'. M.. oil the premises, without reserve, to the highest bidder, to close our contract with the executors. Terms, 1>? per cent on day ot sale, 23 1*3 per cent on October 2H arid balance in five or ten years If desired, the executors preferr ing mortgages on the property to cash payments. Those lots are better for investment than deposits lit any savings unk, and. as the times are hard, visitor may expect a chance lor great bargains, 103 trains daily to Flushing (every hall hour) ; fare 7k cents by two railroads. 17 dweirings stores and church built ou same block within 10 months past. Fare so cheap, no pas*A?. For maps apply to BENJAMIN W. 11ITCiiCUC k, 3oo Third a vouuu. corner Tweuty-sixth street. A. ?JERK. JOHNSON, JR. AUCTIONEER, old atand, 37 Nassau street, ON SATURDAY, AT 10W O'CLOCK, LARGE HALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, FINE CARRETS, FIKR AND MAMKL MIRRORS, Ac., parlor and bedroom Sim* flocks; also, one fine toned old Violin, with the Box and Bow; also, ONE GOLD MO I NThD VILLA I MR BOW, ONE SILVER MOUNTED VILLAUME BOVY. Large assortment of classical Music for violin and piano. Auction sale. this day. THIS (FRIDAY) MORNING. October 15, commencing at 1U o'clock. Handsome Household Furniture, Pianofortes, Bron*e?, at the five story browu stou ? mansion No. 47 West lBth st,. between 5th and Uth ava. Parlor, Drawing "Rihiiii, Library, Chamber and Dining Furniture complete, consisting of two magnificent rosewood case Pianofortes, one four round Cb lettering, one upright octave Decker ?fc Bros. Three latest style Parlor Suite, richly carved, covered in rich "damask satin," bro? atel and tapestrv; Centre Tables. Rosewood Etageros. Cabinets, Plate Mirrors, Easy Chairs ; Turkish Lounges; 33 fine Oil I'aintings. bronse and bisque Figures, French gilt Mantel Sets, BO-day Clocks, 3 Bookcases, 3 Library Tables, lady's Writing Desk*. Turkish suits. lf? Bedroom 8et?complete, consisting inlaid French wa nut and K'llt ii- ..Islands, I Irr-siny Cases, Hoe Bureaus, Waslisian I*. Also single Htdamll, 23 tine litiir and aprinc Mattrosses, feather Pilluws, Bolsters, Blankets. Rep.' pluili anil latairclotli Suit.. Marble top Tabl.a. Rockers; 'i Sxtension Table*. Mileboard; ilintny Chairs In leather; cane Chair*, Crockery, Silverware, Honors' Cutlery, 2tt velvet, Brussels and ingrain Carpet*, 2 Hall Stands, Kitchen Furniture, Ar., Ac. N. B.?Sal. positiv.. Catalogues ready. House open H A M. ROBERT C. CASHIN, Anctloneer. Tak. Broadway or 5th avenue stayc, I'niversity place or Gth avenue cars t > idtli -t. i ioods parked and shippotl, city or couutry, by competent men Bankrupt sale j. sekhaciikr. auctioneer, will sell Friday, Oct. 15, at II o'clock, at 112 Fourth avenue, between I'enth and I weltth struct*. the entire Stock of the old established lirm of Ri. 'h .id W, Frost, Philip Kiiny, Assiyitee, the Toll winy pro ieriy. consisting ol Hrst class Furniture, comprising (Iranil Duchess, Princess and Marie Ar, t"lni tie mi its. Tliesc suits are covered in hair cloth, bro catel, satin. Ae. ; Ktaycres, Sideboards, llressinir Cases, lionk Cases, marble t ip liedroom Suits, ('hlffonicres, Turkish Lounires auil Easy ('hairs, walnut Suits in yilt and orna menial, fkney liall Chairs; also Chairs for churches, par suSaftes, Masonic Ltnl-rc Room Set, four plccce, Ac.: bronze and nil; (Hocks. I'ier (ilassos ol all descriptions, fancy walnut Cribs, Hnreans, Withstands. Ttto-a-Tel.s, Sofas, Wardrobes, llall Stands, Secretaries. Bedsteads; also lot of Frames ami Frnma* covered In muslin ; Iron Safe, Herrings' make; two Awninys, Siyns ami Fl a if staff, Catalogue! to ho I.ad at the Auction is, IH-t Chatham s.reet, and at 112 Fourth avenue, on moriiinif of sale. Deulers invited. By henry it miner, auctioneer. FRIDAY, October 15, at 10% o'clock, at private residence No. 101 Lexington ave nue, GENTEEL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. ROSEWOOD UPRIGHT PIANO, AC . THE PROPERTY OF v FVMII.Y LEAVING THE CITY; in RE BOLD WITHOUT RESERVE, AS FOLLOWS, \ 1/. - Ktiylisli Urnssels and velvet Carpets: rosewood Parlor Suit In silk tapestry; retew I 7 octave upright I',am., eity maker; laucy Tables and Chairs, Clocks and Mantel Ornu tnents; black walnut ItedsteaiU, llureaci.. Ore -,nr i isos, Washsti.ncls and Commodes, en suite; blac k walnut Suit, in reps; I'nrklali Eonnye and Easy Chairs; black walnut Secre tary Bookcases: laches' Secretaries, Eta ? -res, extension fa ble. Bullet and Chairs; Plated Ware, Crockery, Hallsiand, stair Carpets, oil. loth*. Ac. U EMANUEL. AUCTIONEER. WILL HEEL THIS . day. at '2 c? clock, at If! How.wy, a lurye .to. k of Fancy Ooods, Toys, Beads. Shells, Bead Hays, gold and silver Gimps. Dealers Invited. BISSELL. WELLES A MILLET. VI CITONKBBH. THIS DAY 'I rhlayl. it p.A, VI , at Nn. 15 Murray ?tn nt, Hardware. Cutlerj and House Ft ioislilny Hoods, comprising Haws, llatehets, Toilet Sets, Goal Hods, Ac., Ac,; also nno Herring's hale. BY JOHN A. DUNN, AUCTIONEER,-WILL HELL this day, 1<R? o ? lock. No i.'i i VV , -t, ivi. street corner of Eleventh avenue, the I iirmtuie . ! if* nily break ing tip housekeeping, cmikistlny of 7 octave plan marble top Bureaus ami Washstnuds Bedstead hall r Ii. d< Pil lows and Omits, haircloth Sofa and Tin t Mirror, liven Curtains, Urnssels nml ray I npei-fo..* fi.inye, together with all tltn kit.then f urn it nr. He vie . inwt.-d LU'RNm UK A i I IDs F R11 IV, Ot rOBRIt 15 r lit I o'clock, at 225 I bird at - ,-l- my 5 all kin I. ol w ilunt Bedstead , I; ir an.. If. , r ...ts, in irhlo t 'fables, Mirror-, Igitnyeaml -ot i Beds, and wood Chairs, bait Mattresses, surlily I! us, VV u.lrol.es, Book cases, llall Stand Extension Tallies, Washstand, India*' Hewing Tables, Comuiodes, I In Harness. is, Flower Stands, Ac , Ac.; llors*, U. IL KEiCUKlU, Auctlou**r. _ SALES AT AUCTIOW. /^.EORGK IIOLBKOUK, AUCTIONEEK.?MOL.J4ttooj vA A KOLL1NS will i?elI thin tlay, at J o'clock, at mil01 rouniM 4-?4 ttini 4(AS Cuiml ?treut, a genteel ap?>ort incut 01 l'ur',?tur? HUll 0*rMt?. black walnut ami un.ur> 4'liwd t/!iaiuh?r Suits, Parlor Suits hi tan and crimson r?p4 aiui haircloth, Luuii?es, marble tup CHitN Tables ani I li airs, Bookcase*, Wardrubea, Etapures, Ex ten clou Tables. ? 1 ?!*.. n^ravlnjTN, Pier au,i Mantel Mirrors, hair mii other Mattresses, Feather He.I*. Blankets, Gomtorten o?r!" * ''Mows, Crockery, Cutlery, .Hum and Plated Ware, Ac. J. 8JJIT'f. AUCTIONEER, NO. 11 CHAM, t I h" it, street. By virtue of u f.irecl.isnre of a chattel mortgage I wtH eell. at No. 411 VVcut Thirty-fifth street, ul II o . lock A. M ou h J?y. October 15, ls7.'(, tl.? .lock anl fixture* ol ii Hi hi class Urooery Store; ulao ouu Unrao Wwul end Harness. QBOKOE J. UMITH, Attorney for Mortgagee. ISAAC KINO. AUCTIONEER, WILL HELL THIS DAY 1 in lets, at 235 Csnal street, at 10)4 o'clock, one 10 fool a |i. Showcase. 5UU yenla Carpet, .me Herring Sale uui 1*..? r Mirror, 50 Chair*. Denier* united. JN PHILADELPHIA. SALE AT OOONTZ (ESTATE OF JAY COOKE). Very valuable collection of OIL PAINTINGS, WATER COLORS, CARPETS AND FUBKITOBB, on Monday morning, Octohor IS, at 11 o'clock, to contlnat daily until all la aol.i, the valuable i.rivato collection ol Oil Paint Into, ol the *ftate of Jay Cooke, comprising HOI orlgl tint Pictures many of thorn being choice production* of ur tint* of the highest repute, purchased bv the owner In Ku> Mb"!. The Mile, being by order of truatee, will be peremptory, anil there will he no postponement on uecouut of weatuer. After the sale of paintings all the Curpeta will bo sold Alaa the Furniture remaining from the previous sale. Cat.>ln,utea may be obtained of the auctioneers, and via Itora will be admitted three days previous to the sale. ST THOMAS A SONS, AUCTIONEERS, PHILADELPHIA. MNUSSBAUM, AUCTIONEER, 2.11 BOWERY, SELLS ? this day, at 2 o'clock, at No. 188 Greene street, near Hn-ecker, at! old established Butcher Shop, Icehouse, llenchcs, Hacks, Awuiug, top Wugon, Ac. Hutchcrs sua dealer a invited. MNl'SSHAUM, AUCTIONEER, 2(11 BOWERY, SELLS ? thisduy, at ltd, ..'clock, ut No. 1141 First avenue, near Thirty-seventh street. Stock and Fixtures of Fancy Stations ery and Variety Store, with Paper Route, MOBTGAOE SALE.?HKNKY DHEHEll, AUCTION cor, ofllce 2t) First street, sells this day, at 11 o'clock, at 2,295 Fourth avenue, between 124th and 125th streets. Fixtures of a Lager Beer Saloon; line black walnut top Counter (15 feet). Shelving, II pull Ale Pump, new patent Icebox, Chairs, Tables, two largo Mirrors, Engravings, Olussware, one New Game. Stoves, Ac. Positively la lute. Uoods to be removed immediately. HENRY E. DKKHKK, Attorney for Mortgageo. VIARSHAL'S SALE.?BY VIRTUE OF AN KXKOU; ill lion, 1 will sell to-day, at 2 o'clock, the Fixtures ol iiulchor's Shop 54 West Sixteenth street. JAMES BOYLAN, Marshal, VrOBTGAGE HALE?TIIOB. J. M'GRATil, AUCTION J11 eer, 158 Chutlium street, corner Mulberry, will sell, ou Monday, ut It) o'clock, ut No. 59 uud til Maiden luno, the Machinery and Tools ol a Ho.ikbindery, consisting of Ktilmg Machines, Paper Cutters and all Appurtenances usually be in n ring to a Luokbiudory. liy order P. Foeuy, Attorney fot Mortgagee. PAWNBROKERS* SALES.?11 FIELD GENERAL JL Auctioneer, aalesroom No. MH Bowery, will sell this day, ut 11 o'clock OUO lota men's uud women's Clothing. Dresses, Shawls. Remnants, Underclothing, Guilts, Blanket*. Bed ding, Boots, Shoes, Ao.; also Overcoats, Coats, Pauls, Vesta, Ac. lly order of Hugh rreel, Rosu struct. I) A W.N BROKER'S SALE.?THIS DAY JAMES AGAR Auctioneer, will sell, at 59 New Bow.-ry. at 11 o'clock, 200 lots Overcoats, Coats, Pantaloons and Vests; ut 1 o'elocl 000 lots silk and other Dresses, broclie and woollen Shawls Sacks. Mink Furs, Table Linen, Underclothing, lt.uuuanta Blankets, Guilts, Pillows, Ac. By order of Al. d. Madlguo, 571 Second avenue. PAWNBROKER'S BALE.?THOMAS J. M'GRATil J Auctioneer, 158 Chatham street, corner Mulberry, will sell this .lay, 11 o'clock. Men's and IV.men's Clothing, Dresses, SI.awls. Remnants, Qu-lts, Blankets, Bedding, Boots and Shoos, Ac. ; ulao Goats, Punts and Vests. By ur. dur L. Rosenthal, Eighth avuuue. M HERMAN, SHERIFF'S AND GENERAL AUCTION -7* cor.--Wines, Liquors and Cigars, iiorsu olid Wogou. Tins day (Friday), October 15, at 11 o clock, No. II) Bowery, the entire Stock of fine choice Wines, Liquors of an im port.!, un.I wholesale dealer?vii., of about 50 I casos 1B02, 1805 Rhine Wines, Port uud Sherry; about 250 eases Brandies. Giu and Bitters ; also casks Braud.es, Gin, Rum. Ac.; also 85 barrels choice old Bourbon and Rye Vt hiskeys, various brands and ages; casks Port uud Sherry Wines uud a larg* lot ol other Wines and Liquors, Champagne, Ac.; also a large lot Cigars; Desks, .-safes. Stoves, AC.; also, at 11 *a o'clock, olio Horse, Wagou and Harness. Sale positive; dealers invited. WILLIAM C. CONNER, Sheriff Thomas McSpkdox. Deputy. SHERIFF'S BALE-BY VIRTUE OF A CERTAIN 0 writ of execution to me directed knd delivered, 1 will ex po -e to sale at public vendue ou Friday, the 15th day of October, a; ten o'clock in tho forenoon, at No. 2,21)1 flilrd avenue, tho Contents of a rst class Carpet Store, consisting 01 a large lot ol Carpets, Oilcloths, Mats, Rugs, Desk, Coun ter, Fixvures, ?kc. WILLIAM C. CUNNUit, nheritX Thomas McSrKDOH, Deputy Sheriff Now Yokk, October S, 187o. OHBRTFF'S SALE OF LIQUORS, ALBS, CIGARS. AC ? 0 S. HERMAN, SherlfTi Auctioneer, sells, tills day (Fri day), October 15, at 10,'j o'clock, about 4n barrels of Liquor*, as old Bourbon and Rye Whiskey, brandies, Gin, Rum, Jtc.| ulso a lurge lot of Cigars, .wale positive. By order of WILLIAM G. CONNER, Sheriff Jamks Fat, Deputy. rpilE PUBLIC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT 1 THE FOLLOWING PLACES ARK THE ONLY authorized offices for the receipt of advertisements and subscriptions fur the NEW YORK HERALD:? BROADWAY, CORNER ANN STREET. 1,205 BROADWAY. Silo SIXTH AVENUE. lit SOUTH SIXTH STREET. PHILADELPHIA. CORNER BOERU.U AND FULTON STREETS, BROOK LYN. \\TILLIAM ABBOTT, AUCTIONEER. VT Office No. R Chambers street. By virtue of n chattel mortgage I will sell on this day, at 1.) ti elock, the Contents ol the Lager Beer Saloon 115 llestel street: Bagatelle Table, walnut Tables, Chairs, walnut Couuter, Glassware, Ac. WILLIAM ABBOTT, Jr., Attorney for Mortgagee. lilhLIAHUM. A MKRICAN STAND AKO REVEL BILLIARD TABLES, JV with Delaney's wire cushions solely used in all cham pionship wild match games; second mini! '1 uble* nt grew! hurt gain*. VV. II. GRIFFITH A CO., 4U Vesey street. /"TOLLENDER'S BTANDAKD AMERICAN BEVEfc \J Billiard Tables, with the celebrated Pbcdan A Colleudei combination cushions, tur salo in this city only at 7JS Biswtwsy, I DECKER * CO.'S I'hr.MIL'M BILLIARD TABLES j. with the $$,01?>challenge cushion: * m. " eaeoiuncut, various sites, new mid second bund. Ware room corner L'utiuJ mid Centre streets. |i 1)11 ELAN'S BILLIARD TABLES FOR SALE ONLY BY X GEORGE J. I'll ELAN. No. :?1 East Fourteenth street. New York; No. U2J Chusluut street, Philadelphia. MAllltLE MA.YTKhS. AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. An extensive stock of Slate and Marble Muntels. Wash Troys uud Slate Work ul every description. PENKUYN SLATE COMPANY Union suuitre. Fourth oveuue uud Sevunteeutu St., N. V. QTKWART'S NEW SLATE MANTELS, INLAID WITH kd tiles; also marble and wood Mantels, elegant designs; prices very low. 330 and -d~ Must Twenty-third street, near Seventh avenue. ' ?>|W| MAHBLK1ZED AND MARBLE MANTELS, NEW ? lUII designs, front Sid upward, closing out at a great r? (lection for cash; Marble turning for the trade. A. KLAHKH, 134 East Eighteenth street, near Third avenu* New York. DENTISTRY. A BEAUTIFUL SET, *8 , OUM TEETH, $10: SINGLE, $1. warranted ; Sliver Fillings, 30c.; (las, 60c.; exu.? ine specimens. NFIW YORK DENTAL ROOMS, 303 Sixth (, avenue. Established 1831. Good work, low prices. t SET OF TEETH MADE IN THREE HOURS AT Jv. 138 West Thirty fourth street, between Sixth and Seventh avenues, near Broadway.?Special mechanical den tistry; coral, rubber, rose pearl, whaluhono rubber, gold and platina Sets; Plumpers, Regulators, Ac. Take preen cart I rots Uruud street ferry ,,r sixth avenue ears or Hroadwa* curs. NEWBEOL'GH, 138 West Thirty-fourth street. (hOTHIAU, AT THE WELL KNOWN DEALER'S, 240 SEVENTH J.Y avenue, two doors above West Twenty-fourth street, la compelled to pay tile highest prices for Weuriug Apparel, Carnets, Ac., by calling on or addressing Mr. or Mis. RO SE Mil. RO. ~ AT 1,374 BROADWAY, BE I'WEKN THIRTY-SECOND A and Thirty-third streets, Broadway prices will be pal '. h>r Cot-oil Clothing, <ke., by calling on or addressing U-. HARRIS, No 1,374. 1 GREAT DEMAND FROM MY AGENTS FOR JY ladies' and gentlemen s ca-t off Clothing, Carpets, Furniture, Diamonds, Laces, camels' hair Shawls, Jewelry. Ladies and gentlemen wilt be astonished at the prices we pay In cash. Please try and satisfy yourself. Call, or note to Mr. or Mrs. ANUALT, 17s Seventh nvetitte. ASTROLOGY. A WONDERFUL CHILD. GIFTED WITH HEOONft/. J\ sight Iroiu birth; tells everything without questioning;., stolen property, business matters mid absent Irlonds. Resi dence ! 11 East Flfty-Urst street. A ?$1,030 REWARD; NOIMPOSITION; GREATEST iV. business Clairvoyant Is Mrs. FOSTER; name- In lulls numbers; satisfaction or no pay; ??c. to$l, f>4 Lexington avenue, nenr Twenty-flfth street. A ? M M E. HRIONOLI, MEDICAL AND BI.'SINEsI J\ . Clairvoyant, tells names, shows likenesses, Ac.; 3Uo ami$l. No, 130 West Twenty tilth street. A TTBNT10M I?CONSULTATION ON BUSINESS, LAW JV. soils enemies, losses, absent friends, love, marriage and death. 310 Sixth evcuue. Mine. HINllHI, ( lalrvoyan* I ITTLE NELLIE. yl'KKN OF MEDIUMS, BORN'' I 3 ? itli Ibis gilt, te.is everything; talks with dead ; sto'.ea property a specialty. 100 Fourth avenue. MEDK AL. A DVICK FREE.?Dll. AND MME. HOTT CAN HE COJL ^V. suited con lido it ti.iliy. No. 17 West lliirle, nth street. ? _M.ME. RKSTELL MIDWIFE. SINCE IMo N., I _g\.? 1-ast Fifty-second street, lirst door Irom Filth avenue A? MMK. MAXWELL, Ul EAST TENTH AcitEBI , gives medical advice to ladies uud children giati* A ?DR. AND MME. GRINDLK CURE ALL COM JV, plaints; 3i years' practice. 143 West Forty eighth at. CtONSULTATION FREE.?ALL COMPLAINTS UURKU ) ? aace.s;wity by Dr. er Mote. WEST, 46 Mistake* sweet.