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SITr ATIO% n AVA*TKI)? FEMALEH.
< ool??. iVr.
t>,*r WEST ftoTll ST . PRESENT EMPLOYER'S-AS
? <) guotl cook , would tiu coar*e wajIjiu#. Apply KJTor 1
r>Jl WEST SOTH ST.?A VERY 1 lil-lsF' Err A HI,K t'(U.
lOl ortvl woman > flril c'l?? cimk ; C'H'ii fit) r.fcrelio*.
1QO fur np w. I'REHKvTi'i < > 1
Ol) count woman Southerner! a*conk: i? ? pl?'n
rook, washer and irouer. beat city re lore ace. ('.ill lor two
lay. EBAKCIR.
Iff O StTLLIYAN BT POP FLOOR REAM ? RB
spertnMc wouiau as cook ill a private family : tilf
reference. Call lor two dava.
1 ffQ PRINCE IT -a PRRMCli WOM kX IS ? OOB IB
itJO ?private family. Mr*. CORAL, room H
nor EAST arm ST stoke?AN' EN'CLISII tiliir.
te do plain cooking. washing and ironing in a small
family, or the entire work oftwo. _
) :<.>! -trin -i i. t n.'oii: FRONT, ROOM
Jsjl 14 ?A respectable woman as cook, washer unit
ironor; y<i,.d bread and biscuit maker; city or country; references.
Can sec employer
ij < r WEST 35 TH -l k KKSPRCTAMLM WOMAN
O'Tl.) as cook, washer aud Irener; city relerence.
?W? a ?n a V aKKSPBOTABLB WOMAN AS PI RSI
t'U"x class cook, washer and ironer; au excellent baker;
Nhree years' reference^
TOl'.Nfi MAN WISHES A SITUATION IN A UKS
taurai't or boarding bouse as second cook; can give tot
ticncea. Address J. la, 55 1'oplar at., Brooklyn.
Chambermaids, &r,
I ) EAST 52D ST ?AS FIRST CLASS CHAMBER
to maid and seamatrete, or to take caro of children. Can
he seen lor two days.
4- out?VK" ST:"-^r"RESP KCT A ItLK ' St'( >T?' 11 '.Willi
aa chambermaid and seamstress; understands aewinir
eiueblne and it a irood dressmaker; would tako care of
rhildren. Inquire for ANN McFARLANIv
A C' WEST 45TH ST.-A LADY GIVING CI* HOUSir.
rtU keeping wishes a situation for a verv respectable and
Competent yountr woman as chambermaid aud fine wasber.
?1 ply at present employer's on Monday.
IKYING PLACE.?A YOUNTTGIBL FCLLV COMJ-'t'
pctent to do light chamberwork and waiting; cause of
leaving laet place, tending furnace too heavy, t all or adyen.
V?\ I i WEST 32l> ST. ?CO sfpicTK NT~t (?I A) RF.D GIRL
1" 'U as chamborniald and waitress; best city reference.
Rail for two days
1 CkO 4TH AV.?AN ITALIAN GIRL. SPEAKING
? Frencli, out very lime tangnaii. as ennmnerniaiu nr
tliildren's nnrir and seamstress; IT months' refereuco from
Jast place; is willing to Ko to Philadelphia or Boston. Cull
pr audres*.
9ll8 w|:sr :^> '~sr.~A oeuman "oTriT as
pUO chambermaid anil waitress; good city refereuco
Jk-oru lan place.
f}A C EAST R4TH ST.. THIRL) BELL.?A PROTEs"taut
woman as chambermaid and waitress in a
Una!I private family or boarding house; citber city or couuDrrtunakcri
unci Seairmtrestetf
Yj/T CLINTON PLACE.?SCITS MADE FOR $5 VPT/t)
ward: sample* of work shown; reference given.
199 varickTst ?an experienced operator
on Wheeler A Wilson's and Willcox Sc Olbbs'sewjr.machines,
understanding dressmaking and plain sewing,
ariilies a few more engagement* to ko out by the day or
Biobth. Call for three days; inquire for seamstress.
k OK WEST 19TH BT.. NEAR OTH AV AS SEAMJ
?' ' Itress; can operate ou machine and make boya'
slothes; city or country.
I O/l WEST iidTH ST.?MMe7 POOt}IIET. FIRST
LO"X class Puriaiau dressmaker, to ko out oy the duy;
as the latest patterns imported: good reference.
If'fl W EST ROTH ST. (RINO BE CON DBKLL). - A
J.")'./ muff maker, from Paria, wishes muffs to make and
reline at her innne.
9()Q WKsY iisTH ST ?A >1 ftST CLASS FAMILY"
seamstreas; can cot. fit nnd operate on Wheeler .t
Wilson's maehine; permanent situation; city reference;
wouldgo to the country.
OOO EAST 2TiTH ST.?A PROTESTANT GIRL AS
OOall seamstreas: can cut and Qt or work on sewing machines;
willing to assist with the chauiberwork; beat city
references.
7U7 ?TII AV., TWO Ft.KrllTS UP.?DRESSMAKING"
4 0l by the day; competent as cutter, litter and tritnfcer;
would go by the week or nioutli as family seamstress.
_ Mrs. DOWRKY.
A DRESSMAKER WISHES A POSITION AS FORE
f\. woman in some good house. Address, for two days, E.
t., box IRS Herald L'titown llriniii .'Hire.
A FRENCH LADY (A VKRY FINE CUTI'EK AXI>
fitter. especially on waist*. has very excellent patterns
tml bust*) desires work in private families. Addrc** Mruc.
ANTOINETTE. 1"P Bkeeker st
AFABTY H4.Vina BTXRY FACILITY FOB MAKING
ladies', children's and infants* wenr. would like to meet
with parties who wouUl.give out work in quantities; references
given Address A. X. Y., Herald otfice.
A M ERIC AN FROTESTANT WOMAN* TO TAKE
^tk charge of rooking: cannot he excelled in French, English
and Spanish cooklug: Is well educated; wjll give satisfaction
to unv parti want Inp her; best city reference Irora
the best families for 10) years. Address COOK, box 1UJ
llcrald Uptown Brunch office.
T11O KoT'UHL Y COM I'EWINT "iTrEsLSMAKER*
cutting after fashion plates, using Taylor's system!
"wishes tile work of a few families laning first class materia
to make up. Aitdress, one week, MODISTE, Herald Up"
town Braneh office.
T\r anted?i n a fasiTionXri7e~ drkss.m a kino
M establishment, a first class forewoman who can cut, fit
and design; none need apply unless fully competent ond
ptatinc real name and wln-re last employed. Address
MODES, box Kit) llerald Uptown Branch office.
(spttcral liouseuork, ike.
Inn WKST r,,-D ST.?A colored girl to do
J_"Lr genera) housework; best reference.
1-QA WEST moth ST.?A vol Mi COLORED 01 ID
sfvr to do general housework iu a small family; good
reference.
2' ~r\l7 WASHINGTON* ST?AN ORPHAN GIRL
'I (American i. age 13. wishes a, home in a family to
assist with housework and to take care of children. Call
on or address Mrs. EURONO.
l)|j(| liAST P-<TH ST. A WIDOW WOMAN TO DO
Odd ELIZABETH st?a woman to do GEN?.TT
ral houwvrork ; Ko.id wuslwr mid iruner ; gvnd relprence.
97Q~SIMM NO SI . It VM'.MKNT V KI'Sl'Ki'TAIIU'.
. I U American woman to do ireneral housework In ?
jtnsll private family or would do dmmvtslrs work: nn excellent
plain cook, wnsht r and Irotier: not aftraid of work objection
to a boardlne lioose: flair roars' city reference. Can
be seen Monday and Tuesday.
Ilon?rkof]iepi, tW.
(9 RIYIXOToN ST., NKAK BOWERY.?A YOUNG
1 m lady, cheerful and accomplished, as housekeeper to a
widower of menus. Call after 1 P. .M.
Y(jT WE8T~WA8IIINOTT)N BLACK.?A YOL"NO LADY,
X t' hiirbly accomplished, desires a position as housekeeper
in the family of a widower.
rJT w^sr " sl v mm .NO or < inuiKSi L
?)"' disposition, as liousokerper iu a itciuleitian's tainily ;
widower preferred. Mist llAJtltY
ff?J WKST IIITH ST.?A YOl'NO I?AI'V. OK CHKKIt
iJsJ ful d spusition. as housekeeper in n uenilemau's laiuJy;
widower preferred. Call after 2 o'eioi k.
bl| EAST 4TI1 ST.-A M11)DLK A <. J-l I? \ M KKICAN
r?" " lady hs housekeeper lor a widovarr or single gentleman;
Is thorouirlilr competent; best references given.
Address Mrs. GOODWIN.
1 (ii West imtii st. kikst : loor -an amkiu
1.1'a can widow at housekeeper, roprist or reader:
rldowcr'a lamily prelerred. Call on or uddrvss Mrs, STANroN.
nr. WEST ??th~st.?a widow l idy~ as iwicse"-,
jLJLsJ keeper in a widower's family thill on or address
1 Oil YAKICK ST-A COMPETENT" AMERICAN
Xmss widow as working housekeeper.
l7'l EAST IVTH st.?a young "w ldow lady.s
J"?i with little boy two years old. a? housekeeper in i.
widower's family; ritv or country. Call <m -Mrs. WaISKKX.
iin.i iii.TIT^TSI' liictfui1, e . .... ..
Jl woman to go out br the dav to <\> hnurcl(inli? or
Washing Mrs PLATT.
*iil T BA8T a5TH sr . TIIKRR PAU . STAIRS. PROMT.
i)t I A young American woman a* wnrkluc housekeeper.
Tall after 2 o'clock on Sunday or a ?y time during the
?Mk.
^(|Q ?TH AV.. TOP FLOOR, RA< !I A MIDDLET\."c7
aged Herman lady as houseareper; understands
the Knot cookini;.
WIDOW. AGED 3 . AS HOUiiiiiRRPRK FOR \
JV gentleman of respectability and iue ans. Address Mr?.
I., a. bes 116 Herald office.
A YOl Ntl am hit It AN WIDOW l..\ 1?Y AS HOCIK
JA. keeper or anT position of trust. Aaldress O. P. A.,
Herald Uptown Branch office.
LADY. OBl.lt 1 HI) TO VKKAK ~UP HER OWN
/a house. would Ilka to bo hou*ekcrp? * for a widower;
lriBers need not reply. Address K. K , Herald Uptown
pranch office.
A LADY OF CULTTRK7 WII.l.ISO TO TKAOU A
A young married lady Englkih and aaalttt in housework.
Jan ret a nltaannt home in Philadelphia Address 11. IS..
Aator Hon we.
ATOPNil LADY OF REl'lNEMKNT., A STKANtiEK
In the city, would like a t? isnIon >< li mucke-ier in a
widower's lamlly of meana Addreaa Mra . FANNIE RAYMOND.
Brooklm Poat office.
N ATT itAt'Tl VK. KDt't ;.TF] I)" W i piTiv "7)7 Tf,
would like a position a? k ousekreper; beat relerencws.
Addeaaa ADRLK. Iter slit of CW
HOCSK'KKF.PEK'S POPlfioN WANTRD OR AS
governess. n stranger ti the rite: 2 4 years of age;
yives lessons on the pianof speaks Frrn-:h. Spanish and
Italian fluently. Addrewe. it -closing stamp, fl.VIKA HAHVilli),
llerald Uptown Bran, h office.
I.auiH'.risies, ike.
TO FORSTTH ST.. HOC M 5.-A TlltiR OCOtll.T rotnXJml
petent laundress, wt.hessorne irrntle men's or families'
washing; very reason, tide price; or will go out by tha
day. Call on or address i!. S I I-. \ K XA
2QH WEST 3k)TII ST.?A UOLOIcIfo WOMAN
fj\J wialies soiua latf iet?, gentlemen's or families'wash>?
a ___
itM WEST aflTll"Vr.. THIRD P1A>0 R. HACK.-A
1 ill first class colon -d Ian id revs wis lie, a I amily's or penllemeu's
wasVinc.
I.'l NRHCF.lt S\'.-A RESPECT AJ1LK COLORED
II ????n irinhwt work Iit tlir iUt : *oulti take wulilm.
9,"?) EAST "Tlif f >T A COMPKTR2JT YODNO
?.? h> woman 0 r?t rl??< UnnitrfM in a pt k ate fumlljr;
.'inrmitfliljr uadernaodi pulling, (luting, Jkc. ; go. >.i oiljr nkrmt.
on/j wh AV?rrifsi ci v>- Eii SD'MTib wisngs
aiUv the wmthinjr of taniillnv ladle? ?r **nWraii>-n
loif y.Ani ?JF ST-A v>11 sa uirIj AM LACK"
OO'J ilnu 1di| lire for Mar; Ann Mdiulrf.
rjttMMii >t "toi* r'uioK <uKNTi7KxiKNs
?.? I I anil laaiill as' wajbtnr don* l.r a soparlo* Uiini1r??*.
C. JiaH.NKIJ.Y
/'I r\ \vKST"TATH iST.-AN F.X7*E KJK.no 7ir~JTacn
iir??? wi met Indiaa' gentlemen t or fnnriMer' w?h' #.
French tiutiiae; *lnrt? done up In flrtt eltM atjrl*. Call
o or addre*a Kri IxiHI.Y
* i'^A Ka,T *1*1 ST.?A KK8FKCTAS?.R" \VliH)\V
fwoman. a brat data leather *nd frvnar, to do genilem?n
? watluog.
KX.1. ?r?f av Ha FiRiri clash lavnthSkaii
^ * W**b*? fatally waal.luf ,?b*?t cltr rafarene*.
KETV VOU
SITT VTIONS w \HmSD-FKMALM.
Vuraft, Air.
/? | WEST JOTH ST (PRESENT CM I'l.OYFR'S?A
U"r vert reliable colored uirl a? child a nurae, in a flrat
rlaaa private lauilly. Call for two day a
I ?< | kasi Houston ki . nkai; ill) av! at rni:
I ?' I ln?titate).?'Two healtbjr wet nnrtr*.
I ,'J I WEST MTU HT.?AN KXPKK1ENCE0 Nl'RAE
I*)"" in any airknro latiy or cnllriimn; references,
piiyahiaua and Indira. Call or nddreaa
lQK NARKIM HT.-A WKI.I. KUL'cateu <JERII
' man womau In u good Christian family, to lake care
ol children and to do aewiujr. t;all on Monday.
)>0|; WEST MO ST.?AM KXPMKIKNCKO Nt'KSE
? ? 'I to take rare of children or a* rnmpuuiou lo an invalid
lady; no objoction to travel. Addreaa.
oo9?tTi~*v.?as wkt~si nsnTHv Avocxti marOOaj
ried woman.
Tiowkst j.rrn sr \ vm m. m vmtikP 1 \ 1 >t
TtXeJ an wet MM; baby three wreka old.
t) 1 '111 211 AV, TUP KLOOK?A LADY AS WET
^ iOu uarae.
4 HKSPKCT VMLK WIDOW AS IN KANT'S Nl'KSR OK
j V to wait uu an iiivhiiu imly , lieu i lly retervnees : country
preferred. Address H. K .3., Herald Uptown Branch
' office.
QITCATIONM W A S l ED PI KST CLVSS WET NCKSBS;
I ' iniIk ik.i Wffki, live uml live month* old; be?l
city relersnce. Apply at tht New Lying tu Institution, 2f>5
West 41et SI.
UfA NTKD?HY A RESPECTABLE WOMAN. A3
lady'* nur*e: able to nurse in any kind ol" sickness;
would take care of u baby from its birtli; good reference.
Address M. V., box 1,47J Post office.
Wialtrexaca, etc.
<>7Q SPRING ST.. BASEMENT.?A YOl*SG AMERI_
I O can woman to wait in a reftaurant or dairy: not
afraid of work ; li willing to make herself generally useful.
Call on or address CITY, on Monday or Tuetdsy.
MlH'ellaneouii.
A YOUNG LADY WANTS ENVELOPES TO ADDRESS
J\ or writing to do at home. Address 8, M., Poet office,
Brooklyn.
ITUATION WANTED-AS FRENCH" LADY'S MAID,
or to take charge of n young miss; 1? industrious and
well educated; coiiipelunt Infill Tier duties; no objection to
travel: good references. Address S. 8., box 115 Herald Uptown
Branch office.
TIT"ANTED - A SITUATION^ BY A YOUNG WIDOW, IV
vT a gentleman's family. Address W. II., box ItitS.Herald
Uptown Branch offlco.
lntelllgrme Office*.
I Al>IEJv DIKECTUKT, BKUAUWA* WUI d?l ?
J J Free Training and Cooking Schools for women ; capable
servant* for city and country at moderate waves ; the directory
was established in the spring of 1873. It is not a branch
of the 10th *t. school and has no connection with it. Clauses
for ladies in the Cooking School Wednesday* and Saturdays.
PKOFKSSION AL SITU \TIO\S WANTED?
FEMALES.
A COMPETENT TEACH BE OF THE ENGLISH
brunches, French and music (vocal and instrumental),
oilers his services in exchange tor hoard; references. Address
TEACH Lit, box 1G7 llerald office.
N ACCOMPLISH ED YOl'NO WI DOW, WHO SPEARS
Spanish and i* aeciiNtomed to travelling, desire* to tind
an invalid who need* u guide, companion and Interpreter
for u winter iu the tropics; none hut responsible parties of
the highest resnectability need apply. Address, for 10 days,
WIDOW, box 110 Herald oflice
a Lady whites letters, business letters,
II Ac.; answer* newspaper correspondence and replies to
editorial* and criticisms: references, her own book notices
ot the press. New York Herald, Ac.; her last Year's patrons
(laditi only) may eomo to room 918 GUnjf Rosm, byela*
vator; no other visitors are desired until permanently lo*
ca'.ed. All others must address, by letter only, J. IV W.
4 PARISIAN LADY OF REPINED EDUCATION 18
J v. willing to take a position as residing governess; can
touch Herman. Italian and music; no objection to depart ;
highest references. Address Mine. De L., 1U'? West 41st st.
\N EDUCATED LADY DESIRES A POSITION AS
houscgeeper or general manageress : has musical ability,
with undoubted references. and is entirely competent to
teach singing. Address Mrs. ALLEN, Herald Uptown
It ranch office.
A N ACCOM PUSHED LADY WRITEU WRITES BU8IJV
neas ami social letters for ladles and gentlemen ou
moderate terms; advertisements written and answered; all
writing confidential. Apply at Mttftc Store 178 6th W.
yOUKG LADY, GRADUATE, DESIRES A POSITION
1 in private family as nursery governess to instruct children
in KuglUh branches, drawing, writing; country or city.
Address. ANXIOUS, llerald Brooklyn Branch office.
THOROUGHLY EDUCATED YOUNG LADY WOULD
like a position as visiting governess to growing children;
terms moderate. Address A. L. i., Herald Uptown
Branch office. I
(GERMAN, FRENCH AND MUSIC TAUGHT BY A ,
X lady, with excellent testimonials. Address TEACHER, ,
box 186 Herald Uptown Branch office.
HELP WAVTED-FF.MAhEg,
Y T. STEWART A CO. j
want several first class tie makers. Only competent persons
need apply at 9th st. entrance before 9 A. M. Broad- I
way and 10th st.
T ;rj7 HHOADWAY (COI.t.KciE OK M(.'SIC)?IN. J
structlon in singing and piano; easy terms to ladies
with good voices desiring to study for profession ; lessons day 1
uud evening. Call, any day. after 2 o'clock.
LADY CAN HAVE A HOME IN TAKING OAEE OF \
a small house, near the city ; one other inmate. Address.
with full nurticulars. SINGLETON. Ilerula office.
V young I.ADY WANTED AS II(H'SKKEEl'Kll Fur.
a gentleman. Address, with lull particulars, MORGAN,
llcralil office.
A GENTLEMAN, ABOl'T ENTERING BUSINESS'
wishes to meet with a smart, energetic lady, without
encumbrance and possessed of a small capital, who would
join him in business (dress and elnak making); must have a
knowledge of the business. Address S. G., Herald Uptown
11 ranch office, lor eight days.
A~DKMAND E'oR TKLEtIRAI'll OPERATORS.?LBARN
and take positions; nothing par* better; tuught practically
day or evening. THOMPSON'S College, 20 4th av.,
opposite Cooper lustitute.
I ?WANTED, AS FOREWOMAN IX THE SUIT DEA.
partmetit of a large uptown retail establishment, a
woman capable of designing and furnishing styles and cuter'
ing to a line trade ; to a party of good taste and originality,
having experience and capable or writing ont description of I
styles, with estimates, Ac., a liberal talurr will lie paid. Address,
stating experience, salary expected. Ac., COisTUME
DEI'AHTMEXT, box 110 Herald Uptown Branch office.
T7I LOWER BRANCHKR WANTED.?NONE BUT A '
P first class designer need apply to M. T. 11IGGINS, 52
West 14th st.
TITANTED?A l OMPKTKNT WOMAN TO TAKE ]
IT churi^ of trashing department.
KKW YORK LAI M>KY. L30O Krontlway.
1 RrANTRD IN A SMALL FAMILY. A Ynt'NlJ WnMAV
? for KPnernl homework: must hare jcood city refercnett.
-Apply ut once At 5H0 Hrooino at.
%1'\NTI.I> -A Vol NiflsAbY, KltOM _ l<> V.. AS
IV jrfiieriil UNsiktuiit in a deulnl office. Address A.SSIST- ,
IMT, ittttoa P (
1 \ YOI SQ GIRL TO IIT8ND BABY UTD
M bleep at home. fell At T>7 Prospect plAce, Rust 43d st.
i? t.NTl.H -A FIRST CLASS COOK WA8URR AND J
M irotier and general houseworker. Apply on Monday at J
ten o'clock, at 27 East rt*Jtl at. "
Ur anted.-ladies of good address dehiring
pleasant einplot luent, enabling tlieui to earn from $2<>
to f i5 per week, will call on JOHN St. HOLLAND, with D. <
Appletou A Co., 541) Broadway. \1TANTKD?A
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUBKWORK;
I f must he a good washer and ironer and be well recommended.
MIS 2d av., np stairs. *
A \*"A NTK11 -1.A 0IES,VFltOM 15 TO SO, OK GOOD '
H business address.
COLBORXE, No. 22 New Church st.
I1TANTKD AN bnrkobtio LADY TO OANTAM ?
'I for it very salable article. Call at 1 o'clock at 300
West 31st st., second lloor.
Al'ANlrED-AN EXPERIENCED PERSON AM DR.
II signer and cutter on ladies' suits ami cloaks. One i
capable of getting up styles may apply at 21H Church St.. up '
stairs J
AJLrANTED A YOUNO LADY AM HOU8BKKEPKR i
It for a gentleman : American or French preferred. Ad- i
drees in confidence, with full particulars, REALITY, box 220 1
llerald offiee.
\\' A NTKD?A YOUNO LADY. COMPETENT TO
>T make shorthand report of a leetnre occupyiup a half
day (Saturday), once a week; a young lady, with literary
tastes and experience, preferred, to ?liom It mav be possi- ?
hie to give other work occasionally. Address KDlTOK, box e
3,1*11 New York Fust office. j
Ai'ANTED-A RELIABLE PROTE8TANT MIDDLE
tf need woman for general housework, by a small family
; good Ironer and washer preferred; references required. I
Call Sunday, at 194 Qnlncy ?t.. near Bedford av.. Brooklyn. ^
SITUATIONS W A N 'I' KIV-.41A I. K S.
V SOY. AGED Ml. DBBIRBB A SITUATION IN A
_l\ wholesale house; can speak and write English and
German; best reference. Audress G. GRISINGKlt, 309
lileecker St.
7 BELGIAN MAN AM FIRST CLAMS WAITER IN A
J\ large private family ; good referenee from Philadelphia; i
speaks French and English. Address HENRY, 347 East
12th st. e
t WELL EDUCATED YOUNG MAN OPPBfcS 9100
for a permanent position paying$12 to $15 per week;
security; reference. Address D. Y. M.. llerald office.
T YOUNO GERMAN. 8FKAKINO BOTH lENOLIBH
A aud Gorman desires a position in some mereantllo j
house or private family: perfectly willingto work hard;
good relerences. Address MAUCII, 1 |M Greenwich st.
A YOUNG van PROM THE COUNTRY WASTE A
situation In a grocery or commission store. Address
ALTON, Herald Uptown Branch office.
A BIT CATION WANTED BY t RELIABLE MAN <
J\. of long experience, capable of tilling any position in
the grocery business. Address C. M. T., care of Fowler A
Byrnes, 43M Greenwich st.
T)ARKEKPKK WISHES aTBITI'ATION . FIVE YEARN' '
II citv reforeuce from lost .uislm.r fall a. ... .,i,ir...
S ft W ??t . room 11.
]\VM.II? wwiiv. \ n i.\ri-:uih.\ClD MA1J
1 nu.^f <>r companion. with medical quail hc*t Ion*. of nlea*jng
Address mid obliging, may At Id re ? WOKTIIV. Herald
L plow* Branch ofllce.
\\'an rm-i mi'i.ovmkv c (>k s.hik kink iiv \ 1
\t yo?a| MM; luily able And capable ?l doing anything
in the ordinary routine of butinea*; In or outside of tu office.
AddrexaJ. II Herald office. \\fANTKO?
HY A COLOKKII MAX, AR WAITER IX A
rr pitvate family or hoarding bona*, or to make himaelf
generally ti?#(ul; nnilerataada tha car* ol horava ;-r*ferenc?a. J
Atl<irer? \\ o?t 3'?th >i ?
"irANIKU-A SITUATION AS II KAU " \V AIT KK~lX j
>> hotel or restaurant; Ave years Or.t cla?? reference.
I Aspires W.. bo* 170 llrralil Uptown Hranch odlco. "
-ll'iN'TKIl Kl A REsrKKTAnF.K VAX AND IIIS
f I **Jf*. Ilif car* ot a Itntisa for family travelling abroad. |
Kor rafrrrnrr caii apply at IJA Kati .%4lh at., of which liotiaa t
I lu y haw taken charge the peel three yaara Can apply for \
week
? I.KIIU-i \M> HAI.KINKK. (
aocot'KTii AXl? BOOKS St IKXT1I K Al.l.v KX- 5
J\ emitted *??? arranirtil hy ??|?tl accountant* honra.
algbl ?r Ja\. I" an ft: tcrraa 0\#4 by Job or Uaaa Addre** It. I
A I. , hop 3.413 1"< ?t oBlcr. I
a PEW BALKS* RX a NI AllRXTA. WITH ft Tola l
J V I apltal. in each city, to sell a new staple amclc ?f mer- "
i h?n<il?*: vampte? wat on r?**tpt *f price, Jfflc. : If not aalia- t
I he<l money retuailed t
1 a. K. ADAMBOX MAX UP. CO. Xo. 3 Vaik olaca. .
IK HERALD, SUNDAY. J
(LEKKS AM) 8ALESMES.
i UJ X I Lfc \ \ 04 GEL v l i \ r hi: t K>? E I N L H
Y and trimming business, well acquainted in New York,
Koiton and Philadelphia, and able unman age a department,
wishes h Min?it'??ii; best reierenccs will be furnished. Adlire**
A. M. t\. box llfii He rald ottce.
7 TK A V t IJASil 8 A 1. MS MA S. ' WITH AX K XT K N A
sive acquaintance and experience, if open for an engagement.
Add rem* SaLKsM aN. box KG Herald office.
A TLfilK* MERCANTILE EMPLOYE] i K BOClX
ili tloti. AY Kill. *v CO., M an tigers. 2B4 and 2B."? Broad
way. beg leave to call attention |n tlio fact that they sre
furnishing to employer*. free of charge, reliable men to IHI
any position; clerks, sulesmeii aud other* would do well to
cull it Mind for term*; a monthly journal, devoted to the in
terests of employer* and employes generally, w ill shortly be
Issued, and hcnt free of charge to employers and member*.
V POSITION WANTED?NV A YOl'XG MW, 5>
year* oi age, a* assistant bookkeeper or clerk; unexceptionable
references. Address M. W., box 12* Herald
office.
I YOUNG RNGLIHIIMAN (MARRIED) WANTS A
Y position of respousibility; Is a thorough arithmetician,
ahortnand w riter and correspond*!!; mmnkuidf French
and can adapt himself to a variety of work; has been at
Lloyd's and tirvt class tirni* in London ; uot afraid of bard
word? pood testimonial*. Addross B P Herald ultn.
\ YOUNG GENTLEMAN OP GOOD EOUl ATION
conversant witli ibree modern languages and latniiiar
with bookkeeping, desires a situation: good references from
last employer. Address BARCLAY, Herald office.
A THOHOl GI1LY COMPETKN f AND ACCUR At R At'
2\ count ant (married) desire* a position as bookkeeper or
assistant; expectations moderate. Address P. W. V. V, box
4,1>2H Post office.
"young"MAS OP VERY BKrfT moral ciiakaT?
ter. unexpectedly necessltaicd to apply lor clerkship,
will euguge on trial gratis, and during this winter for $10
per week, and earn it: thorough business tact and expeiience.
Address HAMILTON, Flerald office.
N ENERGETIC AND PERSEVERING YOUNG MAN,
desirous ot obtaining a permanent situation, wishes to
represent (at firm on commission) a first class grocery bouse.
Addie>? t '< >M MKKt'lAL. ba-cincot, T?? Broad* a>
YOUNG MAN, AOBD lo. LATELY LANDED PROM
Dublin, wants a situation; has a slight knowledge of
MVINplkg. Address A. B., HsflMMhf.
A tlKNTLKMAX. WITH SGML KNo\VI.K])(iK OF
J\. chemistry and a salesman's duly; to such a one good
pay will be given. JAMKS SliKr.hY. .'t.'t Barclay st.
T YOUNG MAN WISHES A PLACE IN A ME RCA NJ\
tile business; can read and write Eugliab and German.
Gall on or address W. C. A., 70 7th st.
"T YOUNG MAN, 20 YEARS OK AGE. WHO CAN
a. ?. ?ni? ???' ??"? !??
nation an amauucnsis or correspondent; salary no object.
Address I'HONUS, Herald office
WELL* KNOW N LITB K A it V OKKTLKMABk ABOUT
removing to Philadelphia, would like to make arrangements
with some papers as regular correspondent. Address
LITERARY, box r?.iJ<> New York Post office
Bookkeeper want ki>-mist~bk aTTTood pkniuan.
quick and correct at figures und come well recommended.
Apply to WILLIAMS, SMITH A CO., 444 aud
44t? Broadway.
C~ 1ENTBNNI AL.-AN BXH1BITOB "of BXPBKIBNOB,
) knowing a lady possessing the peculiar tact to exhibit
goods, who will euguge for the Centenulal, will furuish particular*
?n parties wishing to secure her services. Address
CENTENNIAL, Herald oflU e
"/ 1KNTKXNIAI.. "?A LAHV <il-' F.XI'Elll KNCK IN
\J exhibiting goods of fairs, with best references,
wishes to engage for the Centenulal; also young man exhibitor
at Centennial, experienced, will take charge of goods
with the saine carc and attention us his own. Address EXHIBITOR,
Herald ofltoe.
/ 1BNERAL MAN \GKR WANTED-FOR A LARGE
\T dry goods house in a New England State ; must have a
wide experience in commercial, financial and counting departments;
oue who lias previously held such u position
preferred; the right man can secure liberal arrangement*.
Address, in strict confidence, stating experience and stand
Ing. MERCANTILE MANAGER, box 157 Herald Uptown
Branch nthce.
MEN'S PURNISIIIN'O GOO US.?WA NTED AN Experienced
travelling salesman, controlling a first class
Western trade (none others need apply.) Address, with
references aud real name, IMPORTER, Post office box 4,014
New York.
SITUATION WANTED?BY A YOUNG MAN, AGBD *2*
who has hud five years' practical experience iu the stationery
and printing business; Al references. Address S.,
box 150 Herald olticc.
O IT CATION WANTED?AS CLERK IN IM PORTING
IO or manufacturing house bv a man (German) who has
had experience in different linos; best references; salary
moderate. Address L. G. P., llerahl office.
QALESMAS" WANTED?TO SELL KMBROIDERIES;
lO a smart young mau may address 11., Herald office.
Salesman WANTED?ONE agquUNTED WITH
wholesale boot und shoe, saddlery, hardware or grocery
trade. Thoso answers which omit age. references, salary,
?u.. will uot he noticed. Address MANUFACTCRKR, box
g.naj ,>c* >orK roil omce.
Travel.lino salesmen?to taku onT'ommission
all article ofnadf -ale NM(| the dry goedi trade
ml mural MMIt; liberal terms to C(>od men. CI. A. WILI'OX,
Hrwdatreet's Agency, d7t) iiroadway.
IK) JEWELLER*?A~ GENTLEMAN, OK riloUol'tiH
kunwlrdgu ami acquaintance with both Eastern and
Western tra.le, desires to connect himself with a first class
house in line roods; would prefer an agency of some manufactory
not having office here. Address RELIABLE, box
ids Herald office.
rHA V E Lid NO KAL E 3 M15 N?W HO BELL TO JOBhers
of inillinerv and dry goods on coiumOsion, can
iave samples of active goods, of large sale; no bulk; good
-inn mission. Address I. M. C . Herald office.
r" O DRUGtiISTS.-S1TU AT1 o.N WANTED BY A WELL
qualified druggist; low sularv and best of reference.
Address N. BROWN, t'J St. Mark's place.
VTERBATIM STKXOG RAPHER 7lESIRKS KMI'LOYV
ment evenings and Sundays. Address L'NIVEUSITY,
Herald office.
"11'A NT Ell?BY A YOUNG MAN. WELL ACQUAINTED
TT wltb the grocery, foreign fruit and book and stationery
trade of Baltimore und Washington, an engagement
willi a New York bouse; liest references. Address box 4S
1'oet office, Baltimore. Md.
TP"ANTED?BY A LA SUE RETAIL 1I0U8R IN CITY,
TT two smart young ineu thoroughly posted mi white
goods, linens and housekeeping goods as salesmen. Address,
stating full name, ago, salary expected and references,
R. G , box 141) Herald office.
\ f WANTED-A RESPECTABLE YOUNG MAN AS
TT Junior salesman. Apply from H to IDA. M. KEEP
MANUFACTURING COMPANY. IBS and 107 Mercer ?t.
WANTED?A COMPETENT YOUNG MAN AS ENTRY
TT clerk In an importing and Jobbing house; salary, $.000.
Address. In handwriting of uppllcant, with references, box
2.7JH New York Post office.
Y17ANTED?A BOOKKEEPER, WHO CAN COME WELL
T T recouimetided. by a dry goods commission house. Address
P. M? Herald office.
htantkd?three young men. tm'mkdtately,
TT to learn bookkeeping, calculations, penmanship, from
practical bookkeeper (no tbeom; residence Brooklyn;
evenings; terms moderate. Address COLLINS, llerald
nffice.
UYANTKD? BY A YOUNG MAX"."A POSITION AS
entry, shipping clerk, or to travel for a drug bouse.
Address VIAL, Morrisauia station, X. Y.
TIT ANTED- WTO SALESMEN IN A WHOLESALE
T T dry goods house, who coutrol a good city anil nearby
trade. Address, with particulars a ,d reference, 1>r*v
JOODS. bo* l.TsS Post office.
XI'ANTED A YOUNG MAN Wild WRITES A RAPID,
TT good baud, accurate at figures and good references, to
take charge of a plaiu set of books, dowu town. Address, in
handwriting, stating salary required (not otherwise), box
i7? Post office.
lifANTED?A GERM A X ISR V ELITK, A THOROUGH
TT business man, well educated and a good correspondint
; must be well acquainted in the city. Apply or address
HiuLoii st.
\irANTED? BOOKKEEPERS, 7 ASHIER, SALESTT
tnen and ladies for establishment About opening Adires*,
with references, euclosiug ten cents for registering
nid stamps, DRY GOODS, llerald Uptown Branch office.
WTANTKIPTWO ExpekikN757;i) ~ sALKSMIEN TO
TT sell cigars. Only those having a good city trade need
tpply at 217 Greenwich St., on Monday , botweeii 10 and I'd
('clock A. M.
WANTED?A KEW EXPERIK.M LI) TEA CLERKS
T T at Hi Yesey st
boo b77nub?to any onl iii i king me a prr*?,l'
mani-nt situation as assistant clerk iu a drug store;
ipplirant has had over four years' experience, but for the
ast six yeurs has been engaged in other linos; objects delired,
to gain a more thorough Knowledge of the drug buttices
and to obtaiu simply u living: first class references,
'lease address A., care of B., box 14:< Herald office.
COACHMEN AND GARDENERS,
\ YOUNG IRISH COACHMAN WANTS A SITl A
/\, tlou.?Can milk and work around the place \ good rc|rrnce.
Apply to his last employer, Mr. t'harlct Taylor, S4B
iroadway.
VSITC \TIoN A? FIRST CLAM COACIIMAN
and groom ; best city reference. Address F., llerald
J ptown Branch office.
Situation wanted-uy an experienced and
' first class coachman and groom : twelve years' best cltv
eference. t all oil or address Mi'K., o-i.) 7tU av., between
IDUi and 4fHh sts.
i IBltP XV X VTBD?U V KtBE.
s IfKVTS WAVrKIl? CITV AVI) COIIVTIIV TO HVIl.t.
A. tea* to families nnd lirforoniumeri; greatest induce*
nent. CANTON TKA COM PAN V. I4H Chambers st,
AOKMT8 WANTKIt -.11 !I\11 MOINTKn CHKOMOS
tor $1; largest assortment in the ?.*.Id Qtri u* ceil.
COXTIXKXTAl, CHKOMO COMPANY,
:t7 Nassau ?t .. room do
t I) K M A XII POB WilUIUri OPKRATOKS ?
. \ lo?aru end take positions; nothing |>*y> betted, taught
practically <lav or evening. THOMPSON S College, 2(1 4th
IT., opposite Cooper Institute.
i OKNTS WAXTKIt ?iX TOWN AMI l ()l'XTKY~TO
iV sell our pure tras to ramiliea, hotels ninl large con*
.timers, l?e*t terms auil largest stock in the country. Apply
otne WKLI.S TKA t OMI'ANY, 11 Pulton at., hetwren
L'hurch and tirecnwlcl. sis . Near York
A X AOTfYB NAN WANTED?TO MANAOB THK F.Xclus.T
>alo ol staple goods in ererv ruitntv. fall on
r address XKW YOKK TOBACCO COMPANY, 11.1 lieale
>t.. Now York
VX OPPORTl'NITY POIl KXPKKIKNCKD MRN TN
branch offices in a profitable business
J K. AVKIlY. 34 Rei.de st.
A 8IX0LE YOL'NO MAX WAXTKD-TO MAKK KIRKS
ami make hIn.self generally useful about a hotel;
.ages. (JliNr inontb and toumi. Adiirrss MIX, Herald l'pown
Branch office.
VNOKLL'M HATII8, NO. et LKXINOTON AV., WAXT
honest, strictly temperate Aiuetleans, under '.'.1, for
>aihs aud office.
|>OY WAXThH "M Willi |sFi:o\| W TO lYS K A Its
I > of age. writes a good band, lives with his parents and
an bring good reference. Address. In handwriting ol appli*
aut, TKMI'LK PCJIUBIIINU L'NION, 731 Broadway,
itw York.
ill M>r.w, mh tl r itur 11 A m.i\ ash wr.1.1. r?-<i.ioIJ
lliliod In tlil< city, to lir c?t alili'ln-d In Wootorn rlllBa;
I . III' WHiilpil. \. Ml hl.KATH. IiU lluaiio it . Now V"'k
uvvinmvi sm.khmkv \v\ntki>-hx siuiiv
\J and coimulnlnii ; nuno but moil of oliorjcy and good ailIrota
nonl apply Hi I.UTJ 3d ?*. _____________
r I AN V ASSKKS WANTKI??W?R kiw YORK, I.Uhii
L/ lilanrt. Now Jrraoy; very lion relorouoo* ronnlrod .Art
lr,-?. 1.1 letter ..Illy, IT HI.II'ATlOk A*l> FRINTINU
IKFARTMKXT, I'ath.dlr fiwteetory, 30 Wintl ?t.
MIIKI'k hoys Wanted .-aptly t.j U?i:j> a
I I A \ 1.1IR. iraml orul ||,i vall?'U.
nooiTimsirioN^Hiii Rs MM* S I Nijt ? ANY
LT uno hrtaecn Ji mid All, of grnirrl ma Boon ami addrcal
nth Brit rlaii refbrpnt*oi anrt *ln> I* tli..r..u?lilr aoiuaintod
with I ho itatlonerr builtiait may addroi. utatine lalayv,
Ic. B. IS., bos S IR l*i?it oSVeo.
AM'Alt V 10, 1876.-TMPLE
WII# WA9TIIMUUU i
Ur \n:i:d-a . v.\\ tMiR ok i xkeries? r ani? i t
ability. UAIITINDALK LAW AXO t'OLLEtTJOX J
ASSOCIATION. awi Broadway. ?i
\ITANTED?AOKNTs" MALE \NI> rhMAi K. IN rills
?> city. I.. sell ilie "Life of Moodv aud Sankey S" sells [
Iradily in every house. Apply at Liberty ?t.. room 41. ?
At' VNTKiTTa" Vh\v KXPP.KIKNCKli' UlKKl'TOHY 1
' I cum ussera lor advertisements. Apply at 'JIU Hroad- I
wur. rimni I J. tl
U'anti.d iikst ? lass oanvasskiss oni.a "> i
Inln.duee t lie Excelsior Letter Copyluif Hooks ami Ink; 1
Copies letters, orders, and all other docuineuts without press, J|
brush or witter. ?1 Nassau et.. room :t.
\irANTKII?AtiKN IS TilKOI OHOCT T1IK STACKS r
" tor tirtieral K. a. W alker's "Statistical Atlas of the I
I nited States," based upon the results of the ninth eeusus. u
Address .11 LIl'S UlKN. Ill and IS j'ark place.
Al-AN IKly?HV A VOL'XO MAM. A ruElTION AM J
" traveller; has experienee In trim in i iik and fancy 4!
Hoods business; lis at class references. Address X. K., Herald
office.
flTANTED?BV A VOCTH.'AOKO Y*. WrITII A KAllt
" education, a situation where he ran make hitnsell use "ul.
or would like to article himself to some Halil business;
pood reference. Address II. It..'Jill W est rj.'.lh st I
U' AXTfcP ?AtiK.VT Ilv*.?A ttTKAUY lt?l ><i >IAA ur u
cnu?i(kir>bl# exixrivaca a* a tra\ellln>r salesman. v,
desire* |o obtain the uueney of one or more Eufteru maim <t
l?4t lories to sell tludr good* on commission in the city i.? well
m* in the country; \eiy best lefreuce*. Adorer HI HI- ^
NKSH, Mre uf (>. r. Col lot. newspaper MivertiMiueut ft^tMit, -1
136 I-* Halle . Ouiciirm in. *
UrANTKti-O.NK UK TWO MKN OK ti KNT1.KM A MAT
address. used tu etnvNiulii|t for ?how card work, to 51
rolicit orders for un entirely new thing; liberal terms to the
right parties; those having u connection preferred. Address 1
I). W. C., Herald office. J
U'AMMi ,W KNEKHKTIO MAN TO i,
tuke orders. ,1. It MOKl'.HOI 8K, 14 V|urr.i\ >t.
WAMtKO-AUIUm TO MAKi: #<.< > I'KI'. YKAB; '
If etticieiit men are making Iroin to $ '?,(**> pur n
yeur can vusslng for "Hill's Manual of Social and Business j,
Forms." WM. 11. SIIEI'AKO, 13 Astor place. H
UfANTED?A~ MAN sKK V ANT Kt)K \VAlTlN<i AND n
housework; also riding wjth physician: wares J
month; hoard ami lodging. AddVe-s J. t?.. Station F. 0|
U'ANrEI>-KIH.vr CLASS WAIfKlW.ATUH CEDAR *
I HI st. Apply Monday morning. d|
\x'an ri:i>?aITknts To SOLICIT OBDKBS kkom
TT Urge consumer. of tea noil coffc#; t>*?t iiiiiucoiuenta "
in the city, fail at 76 Barclay St., second lott. ^
A STTT >?A MAN AMMVI Y KTl > IA V K T.N "A tTfuHK *3
down town (KiiKiiib) ; man for general utasfftt and R
janitor duties; wife to cook (or iuucheoti. to be served duily al
oiapreitiise* ; must understand the'r duties and have the hot ?f
rsrbreacet. Address HHOPKIETUH, box 1*1 Herald ofltea,
WANTKD-A KIUST CLASS JOKHtNO IIOl SK'TO *
u soil the producUof a shirt manufactory for the season.
Address H. (I., box 174 Herald I'ptown Branch otbee.
THE TRADER. C
K K EXPERIENCED CUSTOM SIIIKT t'CTTEB DE- A
JA Hires nn engu^eiuent us fore:uan ur otherwise Apply no
mo n ally or by letter to J. K. HENDERSON, 2114 VVtisI
lltth ft.
T"~skwin7? machine adjistkr AN1> repairer /
-/V want* employment; quick at constructing gauge*. Ac. ^
Atldress SEWiNti MACHINES, Herald Brooklyn Branch '
office.
MECHANIC OK BXFBRIKNoi WANTS WORK OX 1
press or other tools, or on light machinery. Address J
TOOL.MAKER. Herald Brooklyn Brunch office. _
QHIftT CUTTlNd TACOHT IN A NKW PRACTICAL t
I' lessons; h so Shirt mid Drawer Patterns furnished the r1
trade. Apply to I*. hlluKT, manufacturer of tine dress "
Aims, No B West 4th st.
QITUATION W \ NTED?AB BNOINKSK OK MAC1IIK* T
U i?t; can repuir engine or holler: ulso do Hteaui, gas uud A
water littmc. AddfiS H. J. B . Horuhi ofleo
rjpo" Jldmhkks.-a" voi-xu "man who has l
A worked three years wants employment to liuish hia -1
trade. Call or address 1U2 West -Huh ?t
\V ANTED?A FIRST CLASS DUX AMKSTKR, IN A B
IT Japanned ware factory; iiiust be able to execute line T
landscapes tintl figures, designs for toilet sets, ae 11)11 vu k, IAe?
ami lie thoroughly acquainted with the jaiiiinnitiir hual- *
iipss in nil ita detalla; also competent to take charge of shop J,1'
if required. Address, stating qualiticatlcus and wages exported,
OHNAMKXTKU, Herald ottic*. * ^
\\ \~XTED?A FIRST CLASS AMERICAN' CUTTER +
TT for gentlemen's clothing to go South; a lair salary *'
will he paid to a competent man, none other need apply. *'
Call Sunday, Irottt It) till 2. ol
A. McCAl'LIiV. :tOS East lath at. *'
TXrAX'TEl)?A nUST CLASS ENGINEER FOR HOTEL; 31
IT one who understands steam tilting. Ac. Address,
with references, EX'tHX'EEK, box 12VI Herald otllee.
FRENCH ADVERTISEMENTS. of
]>ON DKMANDK-I NE PI 1,1,1'.. AVBC 1?K BONNES
J references, comme blanchisseuse, repaaseuse et pour |
faire les cbatubrra. S'adresaer an n. 25 West 55th st. ,
al
CI
F?K SALE. AN
ELKO A XT DOMESTIC $75 SBWINO MAtillXK, '
.file ilrawers ami ilroo leaf in ciuuiiUt. oriler will I,., I Pr
sold tor $85 ut *50 Booil at. Y
I -FOR SALE OR EXCII A X i i K~ K| KS1' CI.ASS COIL '
i\ , tier I.iituor Store in Hr.mklyn ; elegantly titled up. with
lurce stock Liuuora. M VI.iiN'K A SHEFFIELD, Store J?
Brokers, No. 5 liey at.
?FOR SAl.K. AN OLD ESTABLISHED Fa.NC V t it
. end Worsted Business; thorough luvratlgution aolic- S.'
Red: splendid opportunity; sickness cause for selllut?. MA- -LONE
A SHEFFIELD. Store Brokers, No. 5 Day st. \
CHANCE. ?UEXTI.i;.MEN'S AND LADIES' FUR- Ci
niahinir (iooda and Millinery ; clean, nice Stuck. about ?
|C>,.riOO worth: also complete Hxlnrea, with or without
lease: must be eloaed out Immediately; will sacrifice. Apply
to STANLEY FERGUSON. 101 Broadway. '
A" NEW DOMESTIC- SEWINO M ACHINE?WITH I
cover, side drawers and drop lent, fB.'i. Call at 01
Hleeekcr St.. near Broadway. St
AN ELEGANT CABINET"WIIKKLEK A WILSON
jTV silver mounte4 Sewing Machine, In perfect order; coat B,
$105; will be sold for $15 cash. 357 lileecker st., near \Vu?t ju
10th st.
A"~ N AUTOAIATIIT"NEW"WILCOX jPolBBS SIDE
dmwer Sew Ing Machine, very cheap fur rash; also a
Domestic and Singer Improved Family, with side-drawers .
and drop leaves, almost new, $15 each; an elegant Wheeler
A Wilson, half eahinet, very little used, $25. PleAne call
and see tlioe tnaehines before purchasing elsewhere at 35
Hond st., near Bowery. rn
PAINT STORK AND BPS I NESS FOR SALfc?TO
clone out an estate; established 18-IH. Inquire at No. lo
40 II udnoli nt.
LA ROE AND NEARLY' NEW KIRK PROOF \
j.L Safe for sale low. 111XON A TATLOR, 591 Rro.ulw ay. J
FIRST RATK fdKNKH LIQUOR STORK, ON A
good avenue, west side: good lean**; low rent. m
OAFKNJKV A SMITH, 17 Centre st. j|
"* WHEELER k WILSON SKWINc; MACHINE*.
JY nearly new, $2.5; also a Willcox A Ciibbs'. Store No. 3 ,
WOOftnv ft . ntftf CauaL
"I RARKCHANCli FOR A YOCNU MAN?OLD fcS- A
J\. tablished Real Kstnte and Coal Bufincaa; tuld on account
of 111 health; central location ; price low. Address
KST 4BLIH1IKD, Herald Uptown Branch office oi
4 N ABSOLUTE FORTUNE FOR THK RIUHT MAN? hi
iV Old audnale; $250 for ^ 10%tak> a year; no risk. 540 di
IIudsou st Pleasant hmde work. HOTTLK.
A RARE CHANCE.?FOR SAI.i;, A HLACk S Mlffi~,
llell Hanging and Silverplatln/ Kstahlisbinent; aUo a good
Slock of llouncfurnUhing Hood*. Address F. K. M., |V
station 0. >
B ARGAIN-A DOW N S > W N OYSIEft 8ALOO N
(basement) ; good location; rent cheap: fixtures per- 'II
feet; mtint be sold thin week. Addre* n SALOON, box 125 a
Hernia office.
/iTuTvi v iv it niKivn kiiioov iv v nnoh i oev. or
v> Hon; prlco low. Apply at corner ol Ueekuian nud *'
front *u 1'. KAKKKLL
takuouim-a PAYrNO, uwo 1st \ HUslIKrt
J J Store, near Sew York, at treat aacriHce for ca?li, if
(oltl this week. Ail^re*. t'ASH.lio\ 1J1 Herald otllro.
fviya STOItK-l'ltOMl.NKNT POSITION; CHEAP f
J ' for Malt; roaaoni iciveii; apply at once at RAYTovd '
Jewelry atoro. !VI7 tt ar.
TAR CO KTORBM nil i ILK ON KVKKY AYRNl'K IN a
J * the city. Aliid, In ?very imall Sturei iuHaMi1 tor
physicians Particular* nt STUH'KLAND'S Druggist*' r,?
A^MMicy, 98 lleekman nt. jrj
Dm a stork for sTlk?onia lkadixh avkmk,
Ml 9M7 (trW Ml4 At Ipprtlwd value; a fine dMMWC ^
for a Hr*t i'U^ 'ioriiinu drujQP*t; fllMljl Jitte I Up ft?4 (toiRK J
m coed business; will exchange for Heal hstate. Address
HI. KTdN, box 144) llerahl office.
(ALiMiANT tttOKK KtXTUKB?-Ml'*T M MOLD AT 'J*
j!4 owce, iMimintinic of Counters, enclosed Shelving, Show- JJ.j
case*. Chandelier*. Ac. llat store under At. James Hotel, '
hroadwa> and HJtli st.
tjlANCY" Arokic FOR SALK AT A IIAKUAIN?lfi tu
I1 yearn o*tuhlishcd, in a Hue business locality; good Tl
chance for lady with small family and uoHleratc menus. Apply
nt *JOl llleecker tt. ~~
ilAUTOIT foil SAI.K-IN THK CITY, WITH OK ]
I without Steam; must nell. Address A., box 101 llcrald ,,
Jj K
I AO It SAI.K AT A R AKti A IN-STOCK OK hoods, t?
with Fixtures of a lirst class Merchant Tailor's liust* t
licss; bast location, tiuar Stewart*. between Broadway and r
University place. Address >1 T. A , Herald office.
TAoll SAKli -STOt'K ANU PIXIL'ltVS OP A PANCY K
J* Dry Hoods Store, well located on rullos ue Hrook
lyn: price for all. for cash ouly. Address A. \V? Her _
aid Brooklyn Branch sWsi |
tlilK 1S ALK?T HK I NKXPIKKD LKASK (1F ATIIKKK '
r story hifh stoop brown stone House. near Central Park,
at less than half what tbc present tenant pays; aUo the p
Furniture, oil eas? terms, if pa)uient? are secured. Address
IIOL'SK, box H K ll? rad 1 office.
F"^H)R HALK?fllK I.KA>l. AND Fl'RMlTCRK OF A C
boarding house, well filled witli boarders nud excellent f
location Apply *t .'77 West 4th <? . ut
TjViR HALK \ hlOLRSAhk AMD RKT \ll/ci ;AR c,
F an?l Tobacco Store; estaldishcil over fifteen years; doimr ,st
a good trade; owner has other business. Address ii. All.,
II ? I aid ? lt??'?
TAOR sTLK-A (iOOU i'AYINO OHIAlT STnilll fx"- P*
C niiirc nt H7l Itiiwpry. j
TjVik male?a^duws tows coal yard, near
I tlir river, ilQinir ? eoud butiuc*. luipilrt- of it. ~
fllRtftill, 4? W Imorton ?t. /
flhtr halk?a tHIOD "trTckINU MSINKSS, fiT
F eluding 7 Horses. 4 double iin.l ^ linilr Trucki. For
particulars inquire nt I* Front street, New kork.
tjH)R aal>k?THK AdCK axo FIXfURiW Of ax ?J
r old established t'lirar More. Apply at 1 l'J Fulton at
Hrooklyn. ''
ejr lit iaumtuyk, Hard wars and nuin
r liirnialiiiiK Store; III gopd locality; uolng a fir.t rale till,
ihess; price, 4I..V SI. Apply to I'll KtllXJIth VVKI.L.S, Si
Kroadw u|. from I to 4 !' M.
L^OR SAl.K?< UNFKt'TluNhItk . \V IIItl.KSAl.l-. \".M> n
J? retail, down town, in a great llioroiiirhlnrc. cheap lor !
rash or a oall Mouse and Lot; Ave years established; rare i
cliwoco Address A U.. bo* 2.H llerald oAlcu. fahlr
SAI.K-sKtMNI) HAND OFFIOK Frtovr KAIL- I j
4/ iiiu, I'esks, Shelving. I'lialra, t'aon.era, Showcases; n,
also estimate* given on reriiov.hu and repairing store litrni
tore. shelving. Ac. Apply to JAMKS iioitok, :U t'oinnieeee
St., uear Hedh y.l V
inui sai.i. ciikaV?tujuk uhuk black v*al *
F nut Wardrobes, about Iti feet long, at SkTHKIS A h'O.'k,
.?? Itroadw hv ^
POH SALK?FIRST CLASS >t I I.I.I \ K It V trade. >
P almost lor value of goods on h and; very low. Address ?
A. Is, ho* III' Herald I'ptown Hruticll offlce"
TjHlR SACK?THE tlOOn kVIU,, W ITH KVKIIYTIMXO
r continued in two well established private (learning
(louses iu the Ninth waid. houses are full nil the vear and to
cleur over EKK' per nmntli; price fo.iXAl; will take part cash
and real estate. Address box iJI.'i Fust oBIca
SHEET.
KOn HALE
>|r hale-mieeinkiiy store xi ntII av : |
stuck ami El&lmi -, uiu?t be h?iM : cau^e J a:b Apply j
11 prvmlwa. alter 0 P. M. | I
J?I.OI*K AMI Ft EH STOKE I "I! > VI F.-K <TA II ,
I'rbeil IH yearx: Eeaae ami Hood Will fnr|5 lti?|Ulra i j
t Kant il?i at.
a???lt SAI.K. CIII.AIV-FlXri RES AMI EE ASK Or'
I'rv i..".ill. s.u ? : i'ital>li?:. 1 ycnra; lnn-i be soi l .
lis week, ("nil h* -MM Court Hrmiklyn. I
rent sake iiai?? a i.e.or i'koftt aiiek mask
faetiieliiK: business in running order; aid take a yiuMj '
urtk'a.'e in payment far the aame j *
II. I' VITIIKrt 1. 74C 11 roadway.
? ; t
.TOR SAKE OR I'll I.I T?TIIE RECTIFVIXU HISTII,
lory So. AEI Wft .Tjd ?t. ; evert tbiny in cumii'ete work i
ijt order. Apply to II. KIO.NKA HOI.Hi IISOW. 5Sti Wli av.
FAT htortj FOR SAEK-INA CooIII.iK' VI.ITV; !
1 well stocked and Matly fitted up. Imptire nf T. EKXDI, j 1
d 3d av.
Si HOI SE FOR I0TCHU. STiES. HKXCIIKS,
Co .titers ami I iirneil ReeCTrat Butcher Cart ]
M VTIIESOX A Cti . Iltlli ?l.. near lltli at I
I M KF.lt Co A E AMI WHARF III SINKS?- FOR ,
ij Mile.?The ??M cHtablisbt?l Imaine** of .1. H. (-ooley,
Hel.v deceased, hi Kli/..ib?*tbport. N J.. with *toik ??n IimihI ;
chant to Nttfi into h piiyiiiv binbin**? ; w liui !. *.*ule*.
[lyhoiiieif. Ac., will he rented'or sold. Inquire at wharf,
r of K. K KKLhOihi, No. :i Broadway, New Vork.
LflLIJNKIiV A K \KK.~ I'll INf K Knit A PAH TV .
?l about to -turf In tin* b?su<'>?; tin* Nfock. Fixtures, J
c , of a iir-at rlnsa Show Huoiii, on the bent part ? ! Fulton t
i., und (loin/ xtrictly a lir-nt cImmn trade, will In* Hold cheap, ^
< th" present owner I* retiring from btixinenx. Addre**
III.LINKKV, Herald Brooklyn Branch oAMnk J.
>i:sr.4l KAN r. NKAK ltttitAl?V "rrn r.. *
\ tcnnial fortune; splendid bushine* foundation; sickness
1 <111pels;no liar: everythingattractive. Parties with money,
leaning business, direct IlKTK K.M I N ATI ON. H< raid office. <
'OHA WATER AIM'AUATI S. COMPLKTK FOR MAIC^
Ing and selling; splendid marble Counterniece. Ownerfor,
Fountain*. together or '<?; -< ratrlv. cheap for rash, hue?ir
no fnrt her use. Addres* SACK! KICK, Herald I pt.-wn '
ranch office. ;
pi IK stock ami i-'ivn rks \no~lk\sk~of A
1 first clu*-. Cirar Store. "ii u : d of Mn.adwav, nearly
ppnslto Ciilhcy llauhc. Apply to lit DOLl'il SKM.M, So.
I .*hf a v. n
lOnji WILL Sni v CoNFECTiONKKY: ALSO
* ?j\l\f Household Furniture for sale. 74 Orchard st.,
ear Grand. I
s^(i(l rvsl1 WILL BUY AM OLD KHTA HLI8IIE0
! "Mr Variety Store, of 1! years' standing. now doing
good trade: other business the cause of si lling; the Stock "*
lone wortli the money. Address JACKSdN, Herald office. J
[O ft/W| I HOLD JUDGMENT ?7'?" COVER- .
h),i/uu, ing entire Stock and Fixtures of Merchant
alluring Establishment in a thriving city, 40 miles from
ew York; will dUpnso for above amount, $3..VMl, third i
ish, balance improved real estate near New York. AUress
S. B. 1*., Herald office. r
ut ooo w,,l ,u v half a retail ami job
'' WUll hinc .Milliner? Hon*doing good business. u
thlress BUSINESS, l>ox U..r>lti |'o?t office, city.
M ICH1YER V.
k LABOR VARIETY of HORIZONTAL KSD l*p\
^ right Kngiiicsand Boilera.Pumps and Miscellaneous | -
ui in ii it> , new nnu MTona nano. hi huimiHciiir.v prices. (
WILSON A KOAKB, Front Mid DoverKi. 4
JAXTRK STKAM KXlil (BS-AmT"5UKfi, Al?WAY8 1
J ou hand at IS Park place, New York.
W.M I) R OS SELL, Agent.
miNBik, BOILERS AND MAOHINBRY BOUGHT, t
j Hi.1,1 mid exchanged; large stock always oii hand;
i?ry Planen* to exchange for otber Michinery.
ROBERTS. II4.* Liberty st.
putt SAIjK?SIM XXI Jit i.atTi e% haxobim. ruti. 1
lies, Lathe Gear* and Shafting. inquire tit 41) Warren
.. Motsd Boor J
Si s aLB -TEN NEW HORIZONTAL TUBULAR y
Hollers; Engines, Boilers and Steam Pumps, new and
cond band. cheap; ulao itulldii gs to rent, with or witliont
[emu Power. 1*. OASSIDY, Noi. 4 to 10 Bridge ?t? J
rooklyn.
.10R BALE?PORTABLE STEAM II01 STBRS, RCHH*
worth's patent. Sold by <J. O. YOUNhS, 42 Curt*
ndt st.; manufactured by J. RUSHWOKTII, 258 West
?th st. Engines without boilers. I,
TEW AND SECOND HAND STEAM ENGINES AMD
N Boilers, 6x24, 93^x3H, 5x12, double cylinders. 10x7 do.,
1x14, 8x12, 12x32. 7x24.11x9.1H, 10x42, Hxl5. 14x22, IDxbO, "1
*12. 8x24, 13*ax27, 7x2<>. 20?ax4H, 12x31); Beam Engine, J
le Locomotive Holler, 100 hur>e power : one do., tiO; never*! j,
nalernnes; 12horizontal and 40 upright Hollers; one Ely H
heel. 10 feet diameter, 7,000 lbs. FINNEY A HOFFMAN, f
15 to 275 Water street. Brooklyn. 4
>ropellkr kngTnk, 2<r.SQi;ARE. 25.HoiisK, PORT- t
ubie; 10portable: a lot or wooti and iron working Ma*
ilnerv. Shafting. Pnllies and Hangers, 4f?c. per pound;
her Machinery in proportion. At 50 Kailroad kv.. Jersey
]
It) COUNTRY MILLERS AND OTHERS-SECOND >
hand Shafting. Pulleys and Hears for sale at a bargain ;
so llrst class Drying Kiln for grain or mall. Apply at 279 j.
berry St., New York. " ^
17 1NTKD 8HAPT1NO, PULLEYS, I'AHLESAWS" <
I crosscut Saws, Groovers, cheap. Address, with \
ice, A. I*., box 4,040 Po>t otlice. J
Ir A N IE D?Til 8 FOLLOW I NO SECOND HAND If A
? in in rv, mi in cimiu tiriR-r Him in upprowu m.vif nn>i i >
anufacture One 73-bor*e Kngiue, olio 2-dde I'laner, to a
itfrtM* and groove; ana double Surlacer, one inside Mouldtr
Machine, with cutters; one out*ido Moulding Machine
niith's), saw* Mild henebe*; Shwm for resawiiiir lumber and
nber. For particular* inquire ut office of KKENEY A
<OW, Morgan and (Iretn hts.. Jersey City.
irANTED, CIIICAP?A HANDSAW AND TWO WOOD 1
* Lathe*. Addren* jtf. GAKSFN, 171 Urecu *t., Jersey ! J
t.v. a
EVROP*AX gTEAMSHIM. !
ItSARD I.INK-U ANI) X. A. K. M. S. F. CO. 1
J XoTlCK. ;
With a view to dliulni.liliiK the chnnre. of oolllalon, the
punier, of tbl. lln. take a speciflc course for all aea.on. of ,
e year.
On the outward nas.uire from Qneen.tnwn to Xew York or r
ait on. cnm.itnr the meridian olol at 4:1 latitude, or noth- .
U to the north of 4H. .
On the homeward pa?aace. crowing tno meridian of 50 at
f latitude, or nothimr to the north of 12. '
ROM NEW YORK KOK LIVERPOOL AND t
OlIiEXSToWN. i
IVA ....Wed., Jan. It* I CHINA Wed.. Feb. 2
tl'SSIA Wed.. .Ian. 20 | I'ARTlllA Wed.. Feb. 9 \
Steamer, marked * do not carry steerage pancenirer*.
Cabin pa.aatre, $so. $l(k* and !?CM*. i ohi, according to ac? t1
nimodation. Return ticket, on favorable tcims. .
Steerage ticket, to and from all part, of Europe at very V
w rates. Freight and pannage office. No. 4 Hou hnir Orcen.
CHARLES O. FRAKCKLYN. Agnt. t
\rilITE STAR LINE!
> FOR QUKKNSTOWN OR LIVER FOOL,
CAKHYINU THE UNITED STATES MAIL. (,
The .teamen of thia line lake the Lane route recoin- ,
ended hy Lientcnant .Maury. I . S. N\, Itollig aouth of the e
auk. on the passage to tjuceu.town all the year round.
ALT1C I unitary 22, ut 2 1\ M. f,
KPI'HLIC lunuary 21*. at 7 A. M.
EUM.VSIC February .1, at 1 1'. M.
KLTIC February 12, ut 7 A. M.
DiUATiC February 11*. it 1 1'. M.
F'rom the White Star Docks, pier .72 North River.
Rate.?Saloon. #W*. fxii and #lm tn gold: return ticket. p
i iV,unliable term.. SteeraitO, $2S.
Saloon, staterooms. smoking an I b>th room, are placed
nld.hlps, where the noise uml motion are least, all.tiding a i
gree of comfort hitherto unatlainaldo at s> a. | /
For inspection of plan, ami oilier inlurnialion apply at the i *
juipany's office, Hi Hroadwav, New York.
It. J. CORTIS, Agent. | '<
TITRTII HEKMAN "LLOVD ~ " '!
S STEAMSHIP LINK BETWEEN NEW YORK, I ,,
SOITIIAMI'TON AND HKKMKN. j \
Company's pier, foot of 2d *t? ilohoken. i r
OUENSTAl FFKN.Jni). 22 1 DDKR. Feb. 5
MlilUl' V fuu. 29 I DON Al' Feb. 12 ' v
K ites of from New York to Southampton, Havre j
lire men :?
list C'abiu, $fold: Scgutid Cihin, |0ff, gold; Steerage, ! )
$U), currency. r
Keturn ticket* at reduced rate* i,
Prepaid steerage certificate*. $32, currency. j
For freight or pa***irc apply to
OKU(!Na A CO., N<*. 2 Itfllm Orcen. | -
1 HEAT WKSTF.UN STKAMSII1P LINK. .1
]T To BRISTOL iKMILAXP) IHRKOT. b
Sailing from pier 1H Kast River, as follow*:? (
iiRNWAbb, >mni|*T Saturday, January 29 i
K At JON. Syit.om ? /
Cabin passage, $7'?; intermediate, sM?r?: steerage, #:ki, our* f
ncy; excursion ticket*, ?120; prepaid steerage certiHemes, p
:o. ; t
Apph to \\ l? MOR IA3C, Axnb70 Mlb M. | ;
i \ n. LINK
) XKW YORK TO (iLASC.oW*. LIYF.RPUOL, IM BL1N. ,
BKLr'ASl* AND LONIHIXDKRRY.
From Bugle pier. ll<>boken, N J., hs follow*
rATK Ol PKN NSYLYAM A Thursday, Jan. 27 !
i'ATK OF VIKOIMA Thin?da*, Feb. 10
r.\TK ?K IN 01 AN \ Tliii?tflu>. Feb. 24 J
i<l every Alternate Thursday thereafter. First eahln. fWo,
MandfXO; retu.it tickets fl'JtL Second cabin. $4?>; rent
tickets. $ ??. Steerage at lowest rate*. Apply t ? A US* v
IN. 11ALh\V IN \ ft i Audits, No. 72 Broadway, N. V.
Steerage passage office, 43 Broadway.
IOtBURO K M RRIi KS FACKKT COMPAXY'B LINK ,
lor PLYMOCTIJ, C II Kit lit >1 Ki J and II XMBtldJ r
r.LLKRT I an. J" FRISIA Feb. .1
LOI'STOCK I in 27 \V I LLANO Feb lo
Rates of passage to Plymouth, London, Cherbourg, Ham- j
Ii-tr Hint all points in Filmland. Scotland and Wales: ?
atdn. tir*t saloon, gold.. SlOl ;
shin,second saloon, gold. H> r
teerage. current'v.. ... ikl
I Nil \KIII A to, C, II Klt'll AKI> X lit IAS,
iteneral Agents. (ienertil 1'sincnrrr Agents. ?
R1 Hroad ?t , New York. ill Broadway. New York.
N M A N Uil
Koyal Mail Steamers are appointed to sail a? follows
FOR 1*1 KLNSToWN ANh LIYKRI'OOL
ITY Or XKW \OKK Tuesday, .Ian. i*. at 11 A. M. 1
1TY OF RICHMOND Saturday. Jan. 22, at 2 P. M. j
ITY OF AN I'WhRP Saturday. Jan. T> at 7 A. M.
ITY OF BROOKLYN Saturday. Feb ., at 1 p. M. : "
ITY OF MONTtthAL Saturday. Feb 12. at 7 \ M. H
id each succeeding Saturday, from pier 45 North Rivet. ; R
l( ATF.rt OF I*AliS tl?K
shin fro, ??ai and f 100, gold i
''iT.iuo ... ... i urrdic\. i
Oralis issued at lowe?t rates.
For cabin i.'??v lL'c i?>i I general business upplj a: 11 ? com
iny'a office. No |.'? Broadway.
For steerage ptt*?a;re *t 8.1 Broadway, or pier 4A North
Ivor.
JOHN O PALE, Agent.
\m.v nna.t r i.im; to khan.-v.
t nil-. til.M KAI. lllAXSVTl.t.NTlt' company'!*
MAII, -TKAMMtS HKIWKKS
SEW Yilltk t Ml IIWIlK. VI A PLYMOUTH. T
I lie ?jiltndiil v. ^ -n this fa\i'i it?? runic f*>r the i ??ntl
'M MiR|i mora southerly than my other), wRl mRfhR 1
er No <? \,,rth River, as t ilidw :
AHHAllUll, Suii"licr Saturday, dan. 22 t<
I.KKIKK, l>aurv Saturday. Feb. 3 i
PKlt'K OF PASSAHL IN tSi?L0 (including wine) h
First Cabin, f I in t<> $ pjtt according to accommodation; I
cond, $72: rhlrrt Cabin, $hi. I?
Return ti? Wets a? r iuci'd rate
steerage $2R% with superior accommodation. Including all j cessarles,
without extra charge.
Steamers tnarkeii thus * do not carry steerag.* paaaengeta. t 1
.mi !> HI! Iti.i;I AN. Agent. ?? Broadway)EII
S TAK I.I Sr. , , 1 *"
V Ap|Hilniri| lo c*rrjr tlie UfllylM niul I iitlM M?l??
alia I'lie folioo lni.' -i-tinar, art- ?|>polnt?4 to -allj
nut aXT wfcitl'- . ..
Vr.mi Phlladclplua, I Krom S?w Y ork.
tDHUI.asu J,n. lAISWlT/.l'.ltl.AMI j?n .'i* j
Kill.III.AMI I rb. I'I sTATK i?K MO ADA.leb.fl
Kill IM AMWl.lli; v
r or uiintlclMiin i '"r " "rmK1?M:LAM>.
...... J?n. 10 STAThuK .\KV AIIA J?n "JM /
ADfcKU.t.NU CVi. I'I >? i .mi,. 21 \
I'ttlCKii OK PAitKAOK I> i:UKKKNt:\.
krnt C'abia |M? | s?o?n?l r*hin $ >>
??< ? rnis? tk'k?t, t<> nn.l In-m all l,?tin? ?l IM rnlvt. ,
tor u.ixnyr r?t#? oi Irf i?ckt *; '! ? ?? * Information atiplf
lil-OUHK W. t!OLTO>, Atfcni. 4-' Hroad atreei.
i'KTKK WHIOHT A HOXS, Oanvral VirriiU. 1
mfl Walnut Philadelphia. j J
?
KVHOPKA* STEAMSHIP*.
\V"2n.x L.,NK TilA'M'WuSr X3f?TTnJTC
* VAlfi V?? y,n ^'cr ^ X??rtli Kiver. a? follows:?
'iiLuvTw) i!"1 M I tTIIKI.I.O Felt. 24
i'h V . . Kub- u : III\IXHI Merel 11
'w if i' ! !!''i, ' esrreuey; Itcieoittl cabin. $4.1. uurreiicr
T Ji"" "n.v,*,> favorable term**. Tlimnirh ticket!
i'nUrl tu " ??<?>.!?. pore*. Apply forloll "'V
t"? AM.KM I.. WltfUIIT A CO.. .HI South et.
\f OST j?JitK?:T AND EroxoMOAii ROI'tk TO~HOC
ill LANl>. HfclXAlltA|, THE IIII IKK. MWITXRIILAKU
? . *?- All . VIA UOHKROAJL U
?tf niHPr . IA AS. ................. J uiiiurv i ?
ittatuer tt.lTl KUDAM ....U "Z'y ? 1
'I'll eteamen. cerrylu* tlio l ulled Sutee rneti
.i ?!.. Nrtlin intuit an* trrant ft. v ..i >... i?k , i... "
Trip* regular; rates low; comfort and living perfect
Forfreiyht. For passage
IT.N't.'II, EDYK A Co. L W. Mi (Kit IS,
,J0 Broadway.
f'MTI.l) >T V TKS VI VII, 1,1 X K - STEAM to OlEExST
L TOWN AND LIVERPOOL W Lt-Xfisailiny
every Tt KM) vY
from |?ier 40 .North Kiver.
IDAHO Jun. 1*. IDA. M. I \V YOM I Xii.. .Feb 8 3 p \?
DAKOTA.. I?n '' M. NEVADA Kel> |J u V u'
A ISCONS1.Y Feb. l.H'j V..M. | MONTANA.. Feb. 22 ilA 5'
ilabia, # ! ?, $7o and $MU currency. ' '
Intermediate, W: steer aye. pjit.
I'MMneer, hooked to it ml from Paris, Hamburg, Norway
Iwedeii. Ac Krafts ou irelauil, England, France amy tier
uAiiv Ht 1 *?wt*??i ratO".
WILLIAMS A Ot ION. 20 Broadway.
SPECIAL NOTICE.?THE splendid steamship
w Idaho sails from pier 4b North Kiver for Ouernstows
iihi Liverpool on Tuesday. January IB, at It) o'clock a. M.
at,in. intermediate and steerage passage at lowest rates!
tppiy to WILLIAMS AM.I lo.\. 2h Broadway.
A ME Bit,'AN LINE. ~~ ~ "
/V Weekly mail steamship service between
PHILADELPHIA AND LIVKKI'OOia
CALLING AT UUEBNSTOWN.
sailing every ,'litirsdny from Philadelphia uud
Sailing every Wednesday from Liverpool.
The following steamers are appointed to sail front
I'll! LA DEL I'll IA :?
PENNSYLVANIA.. Jan. 17 1 ILLINOIS...... Feb. 1
NDIANA Ian. 22 CITi OF L1MKHICK. Feb. 1<I
KENILM OKTII Ian. 2-> I OHIO Feb. 17
I'HIt'K OF PASSAGE IN OCKKKNOY.
Cabin, $7t? to $HKI. according to locatiou.
Steeraire and liiteriuediate Tickets to and from all points
Ll tlie lowest rules.
* Steamers marked with a star do not carry intermedial*.
Passenger accommodations for all classes unsurpassed.
Fur passage, rates ol freight and either inoruiatloa, apt
ilv to 1'KTKIt WEIGHT ,t SONS, General Agents,
007 Walnut street, Plladelphlo.
(IKOKGE W. COI.TON, 1- Broad streetNew York.
LTATIONAL LINK.
L\ From piers Nos. II and 47 North Hirer.
FOE LONDON D1KKCT.
'RANCH Thursday, Jan. 20. 11 A. ,\f.
(ENMAItk Saturday, Jan. 20, 7 A. il.
Full gi KESSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL.
ONGLAN H Jan. 22. 1 I'. M. | SI'AIN Jan. 20. 7 A. if.
Cabin passaye, $bl> and $71), currency. Sleuraye at yrnutly
educed price's. Return tickets at reduced rates. Prepaid
teerage tickets hum Liverpool at the lowest rates. Applf
.1 11io company'* olllco, (3d Broadway.
F. W. J. H t'RST. Manager.
COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS. "
" " ^-" \T
Y.. HAVANA A NO MEXICAN MAIL SS. LIXC
. til earners leave liter No. .'I North lliver at 3 I'. M.
'OIt HAVANA DIRECT.
MTV OF HAVANA Tuesday, Jan. 18
!ITV OF VERA OKU/ Thuradnj, Jan. 2<)
'ITY OF NEW YORK Thursday, Jan. -7
FOR VERA L'Rt Z AM) NEW ORLEANS,
via llavauu, Frugreso, Cainpeacliy, Tuspan ami Tampleo.
MTV OF HAVANA Tuesday, Jail. 18
,'ITY OF MKRIOA Tuesday, Feb. 8
For freight or passage applv to
F. ALEXANDRE A SONS. :U and XI Broadway.
Steamers will leave New Orleans January 22 and Feb
larv IJ lor Vera Crui and all the other ports.
bloll NASSAU. N. I'.-RKOI'LaK MAIL steamship
line.?The next three departures will he from New York
la Savannah. Oik, Jan. is, Jan, 25 and Feb. S. Apply to
ill'KKAY, FERRIS A CO., Agtnts, IU South street.
nuR NEW ORLEANS 'DIRECT."
THE CROMWELL LINE.
The steamship
CORTES, Captain Freeman,
on Saturday, January 22. at 3 o'clock 1'. M.,
fruiu pier No. ! North River.
Through hills of hiding given to Mobile and all principal
loints u.i the Mississippi River.
Caliin passage, $50; steerage. <S2">.
Apply to CLARK A sliAMAX. sii West s?.
vtkw yoiik" and Havana direct m.ul line.?
.v These Hr?t class steamships will sail at it I*. M. IVoin
ler IS North River, foot of Cedar street, for Havana direct,
s follows'?
SOLUMIUJS Tuesday. Jan. 2.Y
KESCENT CITY' Thursday, Feb. J
F'or freight ami passage, having unsurpassed aceoinmodoi
ions. Plllvx?uM cr,V|JK jj CO., No. 0 Bowling Green.
McKeller, Liillng A Co.. Ageuls in Havana.
rjACIVlO MAIL STEAMSHIP LIME.
L FUR CAl.lFOR.NIA. JAPAN, CHINA. AUSTRALIA,
s'KW ZEALAND, HRITLSII COLUMBIA, Ac Ac.
Sailing Iroio pier foot of Canal st.. North River.
OR SAN FRANCISCO VIA ISTHMUS OF PANAMA.
teantship COLON.,.. .. .Monday. Jan. Ill, at 12 uooa
ionnrctiiig for all t'eutral American ami South Pacific ports.
ROM SAN FRANCISCO TO JAPAN AND CHINA
deaiiishlp GREAT REPUBLIC February I
RtlM SAN FRANCISCO TO AUSTRALIA AND NEW
ZEALAND. VIA HONOLULU, S. I.
teamship Monday, January 31
ltd every four weeks thereaRer.
FROM SA.N FRANCISCO TO VICTORIA, PORT
TOWNSKND. TACO.M A, PORTLAND, Ac.. Ac.;
mi the loth. 2nth intfi Both of every mouth.
For freight or passage apply at foot of Canal St.. N. II.
II. J. BUI. LAY*. Superintendent.
UfORGAN'S LINK -OF~ STEAMSHIPS^ '
VL lor New Orleans and Texas,
rill sail every Saturday to New Orleans, transferring Texas
eight there to Morgan's Louisiana and Texas Railroad for
Irashcar; thence per steamer of Morgan's P.ne to Texas
arts.
The steamer GEORGE W. ELDER will sail Trout pier HU
iorth River, on Saturday, January 22, at it P. M . for New
irleans direct.
Through bills of lading signed to Mobile, Galveston, and
o all points on the Galveston, llarrishurg and San Aulonhi,
loiiston and Texas Central, International and Great Northrn,
Texas and Pacific ami Trans-Continental railroads, and
i. umm.i.Mrt nuu n?,. .^iiumiiu, juiu nil |>oiiil# Oil Hill UUIT,
Vest era Texas and Pacific Railway, Hraxo* Santiago, CorUN
Christ!, Kockport, Sc. Mary's and Fulton.
Freight for St. Mary'* and Fulton luodfnt at Rockport.
Jghterago and Channel dues at either Corpus Christi ot
iraxof Santiago at the expense and risk id' condjcni'e.
Freight for Brownsville, Matamoroa and points iu the interior
must have consignee at Braios Sap tingo.
Insurance can he effected under open policy of C. A. Whit*
ev Ac Co., New Orleans, From New York, to N*w Orleans,
I percent; from New York to ail Texas ports via New Or*
cans. \ per cent.
Freight at lowest rate*. For freight or further informs
lo" *Pl,l> CHARLES A. WHITXKY A CO., Axenln.
Pier 36 North Hirer.
'TAIt BAl.l7r.TNrT ~~
^ I'XITKD STATKS AND Hit A/I 1. MAIL STKAM8TIIP8,
ailing regularly every month front Watson's Wharf, Brooklyn.
N. Ye,
9t PARA, PERXAMBCCO, HAMIA and RIO JANEIRO,
calling at St. John's, Porto Rico.
NELLIE MART IX, 3,< KM I ions, January 22, at 2l P. M. J
JOHN HRAMALL, 2. AUG tou*. February.
J M. WALK KK, 2,7o? tons, March.
These stcumtf* are perfectly new. with all the latest im<
rovi'ineiits, having first class passenger acconimodatioiia.
For freight and passage, at reduced rates, apply to
J. S. TLi'KKK A CO., Agents, ?>4 Fine st.
\LI) DOMINION STKAMSII IF COVIPAM,
. f aailiny from pier 117 North River.
For Xorftdk, City Foint und Kichtnond, Tuesdays, Thursays
and Saturdays at 2 F. M . connecting with tho Virginia
ml Tennessee Air Line, Atlantic ('oast Line, Piedmont Air
due. Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, ami with the com.
any's steam lines to interior points in North Carolina and
irginia. Newborn and Washington, N. 0. (via Norfolk;,
very Tuesday, Tliursd i.v and Saturday.
Lewes, Del., Monday and Thursday at 4 I*. M., connecting
rith Maryland and Delaw are railroads.
Passenger accommodations unsurpassed.
Through passage tickets and Dills of lading to all points at
iWfltritM lasinMief to Norfolk. I&, percent. Freight
pcelvcd dally at pier 27 North River, General offices, IB?
ireenwich street. N. L. MrdRKADY, President.
pkx asTink for g a lvkston, tocchinm at key
1 West, carrying the i'nited State# mail.?The kteaaiet
i. W. CLYDE, Captain Pennington, will sail on Saturday,
anunrv* 22, at J I*. M., from pier 20 East lUver. Through
ills of Udiug given to all uoints on the Houston and Texas,
?ciitral*intem*t tonal ami (ireat Northern, (ialvevton, llous*
on and Henderson and the Galveston, Harrlahurg and Sao
intoiilo railroads. Freights ami Insurance at lowest rates,
'or freight or pussage, having superior accommodations, ajv
)> to C. II. MALI.GKY X CO.; I kI Maiden lane, or W. P. !
'LYDK, No. (? Howling Green. ____
IHYYKhhERS' GUIDE, '
I > K N N SYLVAN IA R AIL KC > Al).
GREAT THINK LINE
AND UNirn.lt STATES MAIL ROl'TK
Tra ns leave New York, via Dcahroxses and Cortland!
t.. terries as fo|lovv|:?
ix press. for llgr.nhtirg. Flttshnrg, the West and South,
witii Pullman Palace Cars atlactied, 0:20 A. M., 0 and
8: '*> P. M. Sunday, (land*:2U P. Jd.
'or Williaiusport and Iewk Haven at G:'S0 A. M. and 8:30
F. M. For Curry ami Erie, F. M., connecting at
Corry for Titusville, Petroleum Centre, and tho Oil
Regions.
'or Hii 11nnorc, IVnshiit.'ton and the South. "Limited Waah /
melon Kxprcsa" ,j| I*ullniun Parlor Cnra unity, except
Sunday, H :.?i A. M.; arrive Waahinirtoii 4:iOP. M ite^u
Ur at S pi A. M.,and l< I' .M. Sunday P P. M.
txpre.a Tor Philadelphia. 7, 7:110. *:40. H-.3U A. 12:?>,3,
4. 4:10,IV. 6.7, 0:30, It I*. M. and I-' night. Sunday.
7, H:3n iind H I*. M. Kninrrant and aecoiid rlaaa, 7 P. M
?or trains to Newark. KIimMIi, Ruhwif, Princeton, Tr*otun.
Perth Ambuy. Fleininpton, Brlrldrre and otliei
point*, are local acbedulea hi nil ticket office*.
'rnina arrive From Pittsburg, 0:*? "? and 1<I:3U A. M. and
'.V.li P. M. dailv ; IlLI.'tA. M. and 7 Pi P. VI. dally. except
M.'ii.liiv. From Waahiiurt'Hl aim Kaltintorn, 0 JO A. VL,
4-o> oil a ml in -7 P M Snnda.r. 0:30 A, M. Prom f
Philadelphia. r.;IO, 0:J0.0>V., 10:l.\ II :30 11 A. M.,
M.', 4ifi fvl.'t. 0.10, 7:* l, 0:44. WJO, 10:37 P. M Sun
ilav.'.-. IH.'oJO. 0:.v?, 11 :o4 A. M..7:40. 030 and ludl
I*. M.
Ticket office*, 113" and 044 Broadway, No. I AMor Hon**
mi font of l?caliro**ea null Corttandl ata.; Mo. 4 Court St.,
Irnoktvn: No*. 114. 110 nml 110 llmlson at., llotiokaft
migrant ticket oflw, Mo. 0 Battery place.
PRANK t lliiMSiiM, H. M BOYD. Jr.,
ti,moral Manager. Oenoral Passenger Agent.
IIHOVIDKM'K \MI STOMXtiTti.M STKAMSUIP titT
MKiV Y.TKK <\H BOSTON.
KKIll'CriON OP PARK ,
hetorren Mew York and Providence to 93;
between Mew York an I Boston io9t.
sTONIMITOM LI MR.
Front pier 33 North River, foot of Jay ?tree|, the eleeaitl
learner. ItlloDK ISLAND and MAitKAOAM'SKTl' daily
except Sundaya), m 4 :JW I' M.
1 PltoVIDKMi'E I.IMJ.
From pier 37 M It , loot ol Park place. *teamahtp* ELKO
IIA and tl Al.ATKA daily (except Kaudayai, at 4 1'. M.
)il i i. AI Oil I'll I \ VI V IdNii BRaXCII AND Till
L Mow Jersey Sioitnern Railroad.--Pare from Met* Vorl
Pliilail Iplita only *"_ iV Cum no Being January 10. |w7tk
e*vr< Mow Y'ork Trom pier 0 Mori a Kiver. foot id Rector at..
>r Piillad.'lpliia, Tucker; oi and Toms Kiver. J 40 p. VI,
rem foet of Liberty at., via New.lisraey Central to Hraneh- J
ort. at II A. .M., lor Philadelphia. Vim laud and lorn*
liver h. S. SNKDKN, lieoeral Manairer.
IUBIHCIU
* ? MMK. KKSTELL, VIIDVYIFK. 0IXCK HHH k(k i
. V. t.aat r iftys tc.md street. first door trout Piftn arainte
A ITKNTIO.N' ?l?U. JACllBY I,ATP. OP PKl'SSIAti
tx. eunaultatieu tree Private office, lit) Hleerker at.
\ -mmk. MtxwKLL, in lasi' iorii sr.?mb
At wll?; free.
V DVICR P KK11 -DR. aSTT M MR. NUTTOaM si
rx consulted c nnili ttiisllj. V t7 M eat lath at. ^
IjT UK. (IR MM K. WfCRT.?Al.il COMI'IiAINIW
eurril; aitvleo fr?r Hi.-, k.-t , Mar Hiuailwa/.
\ UK west, i:i.h.? run ilxl oi'itn AU
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I f -?>? ?ir* practice W??t4(Mli H.
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