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0T1I AV.?A RESPECTABLE WOMAN TO COOK.
I w*?li and l un In a amaU family; willing nod ubli^rlxiar ;
F'#l City re I pre nee.
Iff WBCT 11TM ST.?AS COOK A Nil TO ASSIST IN
IO laundry iu a good bona*; excellent reference*. Ail.
v AMY ctre of iamitor.
n II HAST lit'TH ST.-A FRANCO GERMAN OdRI,
J. *1.1 aa cook in an American family ; four year*' city references.
* Apply fnon H to 4.
HI A* WBHT 87TU ST., ROOM It.-A RESPECTABLE
iilO young woman aa cook or laundress; good city referenees.
Call tor two days.
99|1 EAST S4TH ST.?A GOOD COOK, TO ASSIST
a?i?j"-7 Willi washing; oo objection to boarders. Cau be
seen at her last employer's.
9 1 f WI.ST 41ST ST.?A RKSPECTABLeTWOMAN
t 4 as first class cook; no objection to the country;
best reference. Mr*. O'REILLEY.
ftn 1 F EST 52D ST.. THIRn FLOOR?A YOU NO
vTYr J. Scotch girl as cook In city or country ; will assist in
washing; good reference from last placo. Address.
Of' I 3D AV.?A RESPECTABLE WOMAN AS GOOD
t"J*C cook, washer and ironer; three years' reference.
QCU; "Til AV i" UE>KN T KM 1'I.t >Y Kit Hi ? ( < it i !v
if Crvl and to assist with washing and ironing. Only reason
for change, family declining housekeeping. Ring imiorbell.
KC.AU SUJS M MIAT TELGIiKAl.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
SITUATION?BT "A PROTESTANT COOK: CNDERst.tnd
nil branches; pnstrv : city or country; wages no
Address COOK, Lo* IK) lit-raid Uptown Branch
Chambermaid*. die.
h DESBROSSE8 ST.. IN THE STORE.?A GIRL AS
I chambermaid or child's maid in a small private family.
Can be seen for three days.
DO HORATIO ST.?A YOl'XU GIRL AS CHAMllKROai
maid or to do light housework; good city references.
1 4 i) WEST 35TH ST.-EXPERIENCED TOCNO
1*tcolored woman ns chambermaid and seamstress;
hits (rot a Wheeler A Wilson machine.
<S/\Q WEST 33D ST.?A GERMAN GIRL AS CIIAM?'
lO bermaid and to assist in waiting In a private family
: good city reference.
2"" QQ EA~ST 75TH ST., FIRST FLOOR, BACK.?A PR
OO cent, respectable girl as chambermaid and waitress
in a private family : will assist with the washing and
Ironing; willing and obliging; city reference.
000 STII AV.?AN AMERICAN WOMAN TO DO
chamberwork and plait^sewlng; best city reference.
Call or address.
no/' EAST lih'TU ST.?A YOl'Nli AMERICAN PROT)
estant girl as chambermaid and waitress; good references
from last employer. Call for three days.
Oni) 8T1I AW, TOP FLOOR-A ~8WEDI8II GIRL
UUsJ as chambermaid; three years'city reference.
VERT GIRL CAN TRIM HER~DRESS IN TEN
minutes, saving fading of materials in washing >v
using the Magic Itlhhon and Tape ltunuer. Sold by STERN
BROS,, t>tl> av., at ?K.> cents per set.
Dressmakers and Seamstresses.
n GREENWICH AV., THIRD FLOOR.-A FRENCH
dressmaker, not long in this country, wishes to find an
engagement as cutter or ns forewoman in some competint
house; no objection to ths country; good reference. Address
E. LAKRAOCE.
1 HO WE8T 14TH ST., NEAlt tiTH AV., FIR"sT
floor.?A stylish dressmaker, having all the new
spring styles. is ready to execute orders at short notice ; out
offasnion and misfitted dresses altered equal to new; cutting,
fitting ami designing.
WKST^MTll ST.-A FIRST CLASS FASHIONAble
French dressmaker withes a few more engagements
by the day; the is a period fitter and stylish trimmer;
good references , suite and evening dresses
* Mine. KOUQITET.
1 lf{ WES7]t 2STH ST.?A FIRST" CI.ASS DRESS
ItO maker, late from Worth's, held potition 15 yenrs in
the leading houses of Europe, cuts, fits and designs, desires
a similar position, or go to familioa or take work liome; city
reference.
17Q BLEBd(ER ST.?A FRENCH LADY REQUIRES
.L I O employment ill a family or hotel in New York to do
the sewing of dresses or nndorelothes, or to accompany a
family going to San Francisco. Apply to Mrs. MAYER.
m (' WEST STTU ST. ROOM a.?A ltEsT*hCTARLE
A-1.U young American girl as seamstress aud chain berbcrmaid;
city references.
fioq 6TB av.7 FIRSr FLOOR.?LADIES desirino
the service* of a stylish and thoroughly competent
dressmaker can call on or address MADAM.
^r^irnEECKKR ST ?A YOUNG GIRL AS SEAM
Zj\)\) stress and to do nnstairs work : good reference.
nr(i WEST 37TU ST.?A COMPETENT DRE88'
maker, cotter and fitter wishes ft few more engage"
incuts by the day or week; is ft pood operator; city referen
co.
?19 WEST 27TH 8T.-A FIRST TLA8S DRESS*
OLZi maker wishes a few more engagements by the day
pr would take the work homo at very reasonable charges;
mall quantity of goods. Call on or addreu DRESSMAKER,
for one week.
?3oJT 8T1I AV.-A YOUXG~LADY, A FIRST CLASS
OO'J milliner, in city or country, to take charge, ai
cashier, to try on suits, or position of trust, Ac. SMITH.
A A Q WR8T 45TH ST.?A UKESSMAEBR WISHES
TTU a few more customers to go out by the day or
month: can cut and Ot tn the latest stylo. Address DRESSMAKER.
3D AV., IN GROCERY STORE.?A THOROUGH
OUU dressmnkcr, good fitter, trimmer; goes oat by the
day Or week ; $1 5t) per day.
HQ A OTII AV.-A FIRST CLASS DRESSMAKER
OUT would like a low more engagements by the day or
at home.
QQ1 6TH AV., NEAR 50TH 8T , FIRST FLOOR.?A
OOl good Ureasinaker and seamstress, at $1 50 per day
or $8 per week ; can cut, fit and sew on different machines.
A" YOUNG W< )MXN, WHO CAN DODRESSMAKINO
and plain sewing, would like employment in private
family; best city refcrcnco. Address J. K., Herald Uptown
Branch office.
A*~ FIRST "CLASS DRESSMAKER, STYLISH AND Expert
and a thorough cutter and fitter, as seamstress; a
good home preferred to big wages; will make herself agreoablc;
can have the use of a Wheeler A Wilson madhine ; best
reVrenco. Address Hi.AMnTUb.SB, Herald I ptown Brunch
office.
An experienced dressmaker and seamstress
wishes a lew more engagement* liy the day or
week In lirst class families; eon/ cut Hud Qt ladles' and children's
dresres and operate on W heeler A Wilson's machine ;
Is a neat, quick hand sower and good buttonhole maker;
terms, ?1 3A per day. Address DRESSMAKER, Tremont
Post offico. New York.
RESPECTABLE GERMAN PERSON WANTS SITUAtion
as seamstress or nurse; can do all kinds of family
sewing. Address W. C., bo* 14B Herald Uptown Branch
office.
A YOUNG AMERICAN WOMAN WANTS A 8ITUAtlou
as seamstress and chambermaid; Is neat and obliging;
ft good operator. Address O. O., bo* 131 Herald Uptown
Branch office.
I" fVERY DRESSMAKER CAN AUC?MPLlBlfA DAY'S
U work in ten mlmiiea, saving lading or trimmings and
materials in washing, by using the "Magic Ribbon and Tape
Runner.'' Sold b\ E. RIDLEY A SONS, Grand St., and
1IEARN A HON, 775 Broadway. for&O cents.
VXTANYBD-A BITCATION IN A K1RBT GLASS MILVV
linery and dressmaking establishment by a lady who
has had an exporience of many years. Address G. L.,
Herald Uptown Branch offlee, when an interview can be
had, will meet witn prompt attention.
General Housework, <kc.
rj o 3d av.-a rehpectable girl to do gen|
O eral housework in a email private family. Call for
two days. _
"wit RA15T K1D ht.?X REHPECTABEE GIRL TO DO
JLu/i general housework in a smalt private family; best
city reference from last piece.
A 1 O EAST 10TH ST., THIRD FLOOR.?A RESPECTtIj
able young woman to do general housework in a
private family ; best city references.
RESPECTABLE YOUNG AMERICAN WOMAN
would like to do the housework for a small family; a
good home preferred to high wages. Address 0. W-, box 131
* Tlerald Uptown Branch offico.
it VERY RCON O M (ZING WORKING "C.JRL CAN THTM
X her own dress iu ten minutes, saving trimmings and
nmterlals Irom fading in washing, by using the Maxie Kib
ton *nd Tupft Runner. Sold by KII)Lh,\, Umnu ?(., and |
b lEK.N' BKUS., Ulb ?v., fur 50 tinli.
Iluui?keop?r*, <Stc.
m ^ niWlM/lTA\I CT V'Dil) Ti AlVL' D V . a CAfV/i
lady Ho houtekeeper; widower'! family preferred.
Call after 1 I*. M.
1 O LAloHT ST.?AN I.NTKLLIOK.vr YOUJfO AMERJ
O ican woman a? working houaekeeper ur would an
perintend; rcforenco given. Addreat or apply to 1". A. V,,
ilygieuie Hotel.
A n 8tii av., xewaitk, S. ~J.?Ax xmkITican
J | lady a? houaekeeper in a family of mean*, hotel or
public Institution ; beat reference given and required. Adureea
H. B. C.
A Q DOWJilNu'dT.-AN AMERICAN MIDDLE-AUKD
TO ladv. of experience, at working houaekeeper. Addreat
Ai>V'KHTIist.It '
Q1 f?T (I AV.?AS COMPANION TO A LADV. A
OJL young, English widow litdy : an experienced houaekeeper;
reference, tame addreti. Mrs. B.
i ei wbtrr mth bt.?jtvocwo lady or bxpsbiJL?)1
enee at houaekeeper in a hotel or private family; it
fully eapalile of taking entire charge of everything pertaining
to hnntekeeping ; references exchanged. Apply llunday
and Tuesday.
I'ftQ KAST BSTH ST.?WORKINU HOLSEKEEI'ER"
')'/ experienced woman; no objection to tho country or
a hotel; good rcferencet.
K~ ?'?J KAKT 84TII HT ?A VlDDL K AU ED WOMAN AS
rO working housekeeper In a ttuall, plain family. Call
on or addreat IIOl'SEKKEPKK. for four ifaya
JAQ WKST ^flf-rfT?A?T AMERICAN LADY AS
AJ'J'J houaekeeper or eompanlon to an Invalid. Addrcxt
or eall on B. L.
CQU OTH AV.-A YOCNU LADY A8 KIRriT CLASS
eJeJU housekeeper; la ?n excellent mnnegor; would go
to any part of the United fttates. |
AN AMERICAN LADY WTHST.H~T SITUATION AS
housekeeper Address CAROLINE 111.188, Post office,
Jersey City. _
AflOOt) HOUSEKEEPER, TEACHER AND Ml'81
ctan would glvo her services In exchange for pleasant
home. Ad?tre*e Mrs H. BLAKK, Post oftico, Newer*, N. J.
T'voi^O NORTH HERMAN' LADT A8 HOUSE- I
J\ kernor AcW.oss ITOChEKKEPKR, bo* 1ST Herald I
V'ptown Brunch ofllc#.
Af N AMERICAN WOMAN DKSlllKs A SITUATION AH
workln* housekeeper In small family; reference. Address
V M. P., Ilerald office.
E\ HUY~"ECONOMIZIN<} HOUSEKEEPER CAN TRIM
Ucr dross in ten nilnutoe without sewing, saving trim
tiling* "*' tueterlale from fading by washing, by using th#
'Muglc Ribbon and Tsne Runner." hold by HBABN A
RON 775 Broadway, and E lilDLEY A SONS. Grand at.,
Rtr fife rente.
TTOU8KKKKPF.lt."A LADY CAN CONDUCT A_liTTJ
1. lined borne with comlbrl ana economy; inferences eni?le
Address, with foil particulars, REVERSES, bo* 140
lerald oBts.
TiTANTED^BT A YOUWO NEW ENGLAND LADYTOF
Vl education end refinement, an eligible situation ae
housekeeper Addrese Miss REKD, box ifti llersld oBrs.
Tl7ANTKn-BY AN AMERICAN WOMAN A POSITION
YT ss housekeeper In country hotel or charge of linen
room. Address COMPETENT, Herald Uptown branch
office.
W" ANTED?BY A LADY PROM CORNWALL"OM THE
Hudson, a position as housekeeper for a widower ;
Cne but honorable parties noticed. Addrca# Miss W?Lilt
Herald Uptown Breach office
NEW YOP
JfTITATIOWS WAJfTED-FEMALKS.
hsundrcuvii. At.
ZZ WF8T 44TI1 8T.-A KIRPT CLASS LAUNDRESS
? ) ) ^aitm wuhiutr lit lier Lome. Call on or tJdrciii
LACS DRESS.
Q()'i SULLIVAN ST.. NEAR WEST 3D.-A RESPBCTable
colored woman would like slew gentlemen'sor
ladies' washing t>y the week or uioutU. Call ou or address,
for two days, "Mrs. ALLEN.
nt)7 SOUTH 5TH A v.. NEAR CANAL ST?A HE"
Ji) ( spectable woman boliclu gentlemen's and families'
washing and Ironing. i
<?- > EAST 3,ST sr.-AS FIRST CLASS LACN- j
^ )0 dress In a private family; best city reference.
V j'o" wr,<r :k U!I sr^A -first class i.ai n?Vl
i dress to do Indies' and gentlemen's washing; shirt*
d?us with a laundry finish.
A /t I WEST 1STH ST.. THIRD FLOOR?A RE8PECT4:UL
able woman to ge out washing or hou.-ccleuuing by
the day or week; Is greatly in need; city reference.
A Si 7 rrH AV.?A FIRST--CLASS LA UNDRESS
Till (colored! at ironer in a laundry. Apply for two
days.
OOll tifTl AV., SECOND FLOOR, BACK.?A REOOw
speetable woman desires washing on reasonable
terms. '
f/uiK 2D AV? CORNER 54TII ST.?A HOUSE1
.* " t keeper wants washing and irouiog; would go out
by the day.
LACNDRftsSES SAVE TIME AND LABOR AND PRE
vent fading nt trimmings and material in washing by
using the Magic Ribbon and Tape Runner. Sold by STERN
BROS., Oth av.; E. RIDLEY A SONS, Uraud *t., aud others,
for 50 cents.
Narsea, Ac.
1 C EAST 74TH ST. (PRESENT EM PLOVER'S).?AN
J.'/ excellent girl, having a liberal Kiigllsh education, to
take charge of grown children or at companion to an elderly
lady; kind and obliging; travelling not objectionable. Apply
by letter.
?TT CHRISTOPUKR ST.?AN AMERICAN WOMAN
iJ'? to take caro of growing children; understands different
sewing machines. Call on or address M. E. T.
1 KQ PRINCE ST., ROOM 14.?BY A YOUNQ FRENCH
Lift/ girl to take care of children.
tJoT EAST35TH" ST., SECOND FLOOR.?A YOUNO
aitrt girl as nurse and to do plain sewing; good reference.
.Call for two days.
2 " W EST 41 ST ST.?A RRSPEOTABLE ENGLISH
')*) woman, with a good breast of milk, at wet nurse.
Apply at the Lying In Institution.
O/Y7 WEST 2(IT H ST.?A~ 1*ERSON. ACCUSTOMED
0? * 4 to travelling, either as nurse for children or to
take care of an Invalid lad)-,
O/l 3D AV., RING BELL NO. 3.?MONTHLY NURSE
OtU of Ions experience and good references.
T/\q west-hud st.?a lady Would take two
t" '1 children (jrentletnen's), from 6 to 8 years of age, to
board In the country, giving thorn a mother's care. Call on
or address M.
l it) EAST 10TH ST A RESPECTABLE VOCNU
TtO woman as wet nnrso; can take full charge of a
baby at homo ; a mother's euro guaranteed, lniiuiro lor or
address Mrs. I'll ICE.
fill 1ST AT., BETWEEN SOTU AND 818t st8.,
?Jsi L third floor, front.?A competent respoctablo woman
to take care of children or do housework.
err 2D AV? TOY FLOOR A TOCNU, HEALTHY
l) I <J woman wishes a baby to wot nurso ut her own
home. .
7j 7?) WASUXNOTOM 8T~ SB CO Ml) FIAiO R.?A
U'LO yonng girl, sneaking French. Herman and English,
to take care of two children.
nkc*~8th av., near 46tii st?a respectable
( tJU colored girl as nnrse and seamstress; best reference.
Call for two days.
1 \ Q 3D ~A V.?A HEALTHY WOMAN AS WET
.HO nnrse; a fresh breast of milk; good teference.
Call for two days.
iT AM ERIC AN WIDOW AS MONTHLY NURSE OR
take care of an invalid. Address Mrs. C. LOCK WOOD,
station F.
V" S WET NlTUSB?A RESPECTABLE YOCNQ-WIDOW
woman; lias no encumbrance; plenty of milk, ten
wardrobe: best city reference. Call at the Near York LyiugIn
Institution, 255 Went 41st St.
TOUOMCHINE.
SITt*ATION8~ WANTED?BY RESPECTABLE WET
nur??t constantly; a good variety on hand at Mrs.
UEKZOli'S Wot Nurse Agency, 2?1 East 81st st.
Waitresses, Ac.
?7fT EAST 70T11 ST.?AS WAITRESS AND CI1AMA
I / bermnhl or to do general housework In a small family
; willing and obliging; a years' reference front last employer.
Call for two days.
SllseelUneoni.
Q7 UNION SQUARE?A YOt'NO LADY, IIAVINO
Li i the best of references. Is open for an engagement as
travelling coiupnui >ii or to take eliarge of an In* ultd, from
April 1. Address FIDELITY.
tJQ WEST 13TH ST.?A RESPECTABLE WOMAN
OO to niako herself generally useful In a private family;
would like to have ber girl with her, six years old, good references.
SiYt rt" WEST S7TH ST.?A ERENOW GIRL AS LADY'S
L,' 'U maid ; is a good hairdresser and an excellent dressmaker;
prefers to travel; best city reference. Address Mile.
E., caro of Mrs. Cochran.
91 Q WEHT 13TU BT.-rAN ACCOMPLISHED AMERICA
0 can young Isdv, who has mot with reverses, wants
a situation at once ; best city references. Call for two days
9?n WEST 54T11 ST ?AMERICAN GlUtT TN""A
Li\JJ. bakery or confectionery to learn the business;
will board with employer. Mrs. SMITH.
QQ I OTH AY~ (TH1RD BELL).-A YOTTNTT LADY
JO'I graduate as saleslady In a faucy store, confectionery
or any genteel business.
A" YOU NO LADY OF ABILITY ANIMJOOD ADDT{ER9
desires a position as eashier, ? rrespondent or proofreader
; best reference. Address U. T. H., box 131 Herald
office, stating salary and hours required.
YOUNG PERSON WISHES A POSITION IN A
store or In the linen or store room of a betel. Address
A. C. F., station C.
Ayorsu LAtn n miiKD a rusiriun
governess, companion to a lady or any posilion not
menial; would leave the city. Address M. YOUNG, Herald
Uptown Branch office.
MIDDLE-AOKD LADY, ACCUSTOMED To T1IK
charge and Instruction of children lu Ireland and England,
it now in want of a similar situation; Instructions in
English, music and rudiment! of French; or will take anv
other useful employment; reference. Add rose Mrs. BURKE,
(Mill ?t., between avs. A and B.
Am LADY AS COPYIST. CASHIKK OB 8ALBBLADY;
understands dress and cloak business; will take any
position a lady may. Address REFERENCE, box 103 Horald
Uptown Branch uflicc.
RESPECTABLE PBR80X IE NEED WOULD A0sist
a lauy with housework: is a nice sewer; cleanly
and active ; home more an object than wages. Address Mr.
M., box 131 Ilerald Uptown Branch oAee
A NY POSITION .NOT M EN IA L MILL B K ACCK PTFD.
J\. Address ANXIOUS, box 300 Herald Uptown Branch
office.
t LADY DESIRES A FOBmOTT AS COMPANION OR
J\. to assist a lady In housekeeping; la a good pianist;
salary not ao much an object as a pleasant home; reference*.
Adtlross M. N.. ilerald Uptown Branch office.
YOU WO LADY DESIRES APPOSITION I.N~A REspcctahlc
family to make herself useful and compnnionahle
in compensation lor a comfortable home . ia quick at
the ncedlo. Address HOME, box lift Herald office.
\L' ANTED?BY A YOUNG LADY, A POSITION AS
TV amauncnsii and bookkeeper; proficient lu French. ,
Adilreat 01LLY FLOWER. Ilerald I ptowu Branch office.
PKOFKSSIOXAI.SITl \TIO\S WA.VTKO?
FEMALES. _
t^sJo^WEST 25TII ST.?AX EDUCATED GERMAN
best rcforaneea. Address H. M.
N~ AMIABLE, AOCCMPLMHSD TOCMO WIDOW.
of fine appearance. speaking several languages, good
reader and musician, desires an engagement as companion
to a lady or invalid gentleman : one who travels preferred;
undoubted references glveu and required. Address H., box
Ida Herald office.
YOUHQ LADY DBATKE8 A~ POSITION A$ COPT1st.
Address Miss 1IO.L.L.ANU, llerald Brooklyn
Brancli office.
rut NO~LADY (EUROPEAN) IS DEBlROUS OF
obtaining a position as resident gorernoss, either in a
school or family: sbe is competent to teach English, Freuch
and music; excellent rsft-rruces. Address M. K., governess,
lleraid Uptown Branch office
If eduoatei?~okphan as comfanion' and
assistant to elderly Invalid lady, or any respectable
position'not menial. Address E., llerald Uptowu Branch
oil! co.
~i Flit ST CLAbI LA1)Y TEACH ER OP VOCAL AMD
A instrumental music, tlic French and German languages,
would exchange lessons for first class home. Address
ALMA, llerald Uptown Branch office.
IADIIW TAUGHT ANY KMGMHII BRANCHES AS
J privately as desired; special pains with backward
pnptL and foreigners; grammar and letter writing specialties;
Mr ma moderate. .Send address or apply to TKACli Bit,
(G7 (ilh av.
PROFESSIONAL SITUATION WANTED BY AN IN.
duatrluus. refined lady financially embarrassed; soma
light employment; understands sewing inachinrs; would
operate or act as saleslady: compensation small until familiarised
with the business.
iiioi.p w \vn',i>?femaljbm.
Y T- STEWAST A CO. WANT SEVERAL
tlrat class dressmakers,
hrst class cloakmakers and
tirst class embroiderers on flannel.
Also
first class operators on Wheeler A Wilson's sewing machinal.
propelled t>r steam
None hut expert* apply at 9th St. entrance, before B A. M.
Broadway and loth St
A? A.?SBVBBAL KIK8T CLAWS SALESLADIES
wanted for our ladles' underwear department; city experience
re<iulsite. Apply, between 10 A. M. ami 1211., at 3>>7
Dill ST.
t N EXCELLENT SALESWOMAN WANTED?FOR~A
;V millinery showroom ; one aeruatomed to tine city trado,
I'lease answer by letter, giving reference ami stating par*
liculars. Address Mine. U. DK LACY, 882>s Broadway.
A HUNDRED OOOD CLOAK FINISHERS WANTED?
None hut experienced hands.
B. A W. K. I'ORWIW, 1IM Churoh si
N IMI'ROVEK FOR MILLINERY WANTED?ONE
I who understands branching (lowers preferred. Apply
at M. A_ DOC'ULASts', 13 East I7th st.
A DEMAND FOR TKLEtUUI'H OPERATORS ?
Learn nod take positions; taught practically, day or
! evening. TflOMI'BON'H College, 20 4th ay., opposite
Cooper institute. Commence Immodiately.
T. STEWART A Ctt
want a first class saleswoman for the retail salt department.
None but experts need apply at Manager's Desk, before U
A. M., Brosdway aud loth st
F BENCH MAID WANTED-Ml'ST BPRAK ENGLISH
and ba wall racomraandad. Call at 101^ Kaat >tflb at.
A FLOWER BRANCH R R WANTED?ONK WHO HAH
baaa Id Iba re Ml 11 buainaaa praferred. Applj to
BUOOMIMODALB BROH, KHuadaT. _
CNLOAEB.?CURLS, TROUBLE HAH COMMENCED;
J wa IUI 1U0 Ural oUaa cloak flnlabara.
AAWH COttWl JC 1M Church it.
IK I1JSKALD, SUNDAY, Mi
HKLP WASTFI)-PK3!ALKS.
Every economising working giri, may tuim
her drvaa in ten miunto, making one anawer foraix,
aavlnir triiunkiiiiffe and inateriala frttjii fadine in waxliimr by 1
using the Magic Ribbon and Tape Runner. Sold by Sl'EKN J
BROS., Bill ttv., and K. RIDLEY * SONS, Gruud at, for
50 cents.
F"~ LOWER Bhanoi!ER8.?W Antkd, kiRHT CLASS i
Bower braucbcra. Apply to E. A. GIESEN, 1U East t
14th at. <
Milliner.?wanted, an experienced mil- j
liner, with good reference. to go to the central part
of the Stale, t ali 011 Monduy^between 10 and 11, ou IRA
BEAN, No. 457 Broadway.
I I.LIN KiiS ~W A N TED? 1-1K .-T CLASS TRIMMERS*; J
u in- but tbuee a< costume i to the beat city retail cum iu .
trade need apply; wages front #-5 to to the right parties. ,
Apply at ROTHSCHILD'S, 68 Weat 14th at. ,
ILLINKKY ?WANTED, SEVERAL A NO. 1 TRIM,
mere for our Boatoii establishment. $?"> to $.10 will bo
paid to thoee having flrat elan* city experience: none otbero '
need apply. J. KOTllSCll ILD, 68 Weat 14th st. .
ALTMAN REQUIRES SEVERAL FIRST o?Hs
. flower branehera; none but the moat artistic deaJhrnera
need apply; those possessing theae qualificatioua tvill bo j
liberally dealt with; alao a lew tnllllner'a nppreutlcea wanted. 1
m. ALTMAN. Oth av. and lttth st. .
SALESLA 1)1 ES. -WANTED, SEVERAL A NO. "1
salesladies for our millinery show room, of stylish up- [
pearaueo and long experience in that line. .
J. ROTHSCHILD, .68 Weat 14th at. ,
\\T ANTED?FIRST CLASS OPERATORS ON "
TT Wheeler A Wilson's muehlnea ou fine dress shirts;
good wages ami constant employment. Apply all tills week '
at KEEP'S Patent Partly made Dress Shirts, 105 auu 107 Mercer
at. uud 500 Broome at.
11/anted-a Lady in every town to sell :
TT "Motherly Talks." Send Ifil 50 for sample copy mid "1
outfit. J. B KURD A CO., 117 Parjt place, New York.
WANTED?IN OUR CLOAK AND"" COSTl'ME DE- I
to become saleswomen ; uiuil be tell and of good figure mid
reside with their parents. WILSON A IIKKIG,
771 Broadway, corner tUli tt.
WANTED?A FIRST CLA8?~M1LLINEK. TO GO TO
r V a cltv 300 miles west of here ; a young lady of appearance
preferied : eood salary aud travelling expenses paid.
Inquire at MICHEL lilt OS.', 808 Broadway, Monday,
March <3.
rANTIi D~A N EXPERIENCED NURSE, FOR
young children, to accompany a family going to
Europe for the summer: must have good references, be
obllg.ng and understand Ucruian. Apply, before 2 1*. M , at
171 Madison av.
MP ANTED? A CATHOLIC LADY OF GOOD ADDRESS
II to take orders tor a new work; salary, If IS per week.
THOMAS KELLY. 17 Barclay St., second tloor.
"IV'ANTEII-A NUksK~KOR AN INFANT (PROTEST.
II unti French Swiss preferred. Apply at 4Ud Cliutou
st.. Union St., Brooklyn.
W"AIT*KS8.?FIRST CLASS WATTKB88 WANTED.
Apply at 14 West 80th st. between 10 aud 12 o'clock.
Tlf"4NTED?A FOREWOMAN, COMPETENT TO OUT,
II fit and alter in suit department; oue fully ablo to 1111
this position : will llud permanent employment and liberal
pay, at KOCH'S, Oth nr., 20th St. Apply before 10 o'clock.
WANTED?FIRST CLASS DRESSMAKERS. CALL
TT at 471 4th ay., first floor, from 8 till 10 A. M. and 0 to
H P. M.
WANTED?A YOU NO U1KL TO LEARN TO SELL;
French preferred. Apply to J. HILAIH.Oll Broadway.
TITANTED?FIRST CLASS TK1MJLKR8 FOR OUR
II uiilliuery department. Apply to JOSEPH O'BRIEN
A CO., No. 181 to ISO Atlantic av., Brooklyn.
TI/ANTED?BY A PRIVATE DRESSMAKER. A FIRST
VY class waist hand. Address DRESSMAKER, box 137
Herald Uptown Branch office.
ANTED?A OIRL ABOUT 18 TO 00 IN THE i'OUNtry
to take care of children und do chamberwork. Apply,
alter 11, in shoe store 747 8th av., corner 34th st.
W~ ANTED?A PROTESTANT INFANT S NURSE OF c
experience; must have good reference from last place. .
219 East 13th st.
\I'AN I Eli-AT 321 WEST .OS FsTTriit^A " I'KITA I E
TT family, a girl to do general housework ; who is a good I
cook, washer and ironer, aud can give best of reference.
Call Monday, between 1 and 6 o'clock P. M. j
ANTED?100 FIRST CLASS "OPERATORS ON
ehomises. STltlNOFIELD, El'lSTElN A FRIEDLANDER,
30 Worth st.
"MTANTED?A RESPECTABLE PARTY TO TAKE i
T T care of an infaut, three months old. at their own
home, and where It will receivo a uiothor's care. Address
CASH, lleiald Uptown Branch offite.
\\f ANTED?A YOUNG LADY OK REFINEMENT AND
II prepossessing manners, as housekeeper for a gentleman
or means. Address, with particulars, BANKER, Herald
Uptown Kruno!) office.
WANTED?A l'KOTESTANT WOMAN FOR GENERAL
TT housework in a small family. MtWMilMMi
St., before Id A. M , Monday. Reference required.
WASTE D?EX 1'KKIENCKD~ WOKKKRS ON CASHmere
lace goods by band; onitr those experienced need
apply. dt'J Canal it.
ANTED-A W BT NCHbE, WITU MILK A BOUT A
T T montb old; good reference required. Call, between 11
and 3 o'clock, at 37 West 3oth st.
At"A-NTED?^GOOD DRESSMAKER; ALSO A GIRL KOK
TT erruuds. Cull, before 10 o'clock, at 153 West 3titb st.
nfanted?experienced" milliner and trim"
TT nier; only those used to first class city work need ap"
ply. Union Butaar, 343 dth av.
TV"ANTED?50 GOOD INDOOR OPERATORS ON
It striped>kirts. dinger's and Wheeler a, Wilson's machines
; steady work. Factory 127 Blceckcr St.
TITANTED?A KIKHT CLARR RLATNCOOK;COLORED;
TT only those hating first class reference. Apply at No.
5 5th av.
"\Yf ANTED?IMPROVERS ANI) DltKKSMAK EUri; AI-SO
TT an apprentice. Only good sowers need apply at Mrs.
GLOVEU'8, No. 253 Vt est 43d st.
a\f\s reb?Xvoung ladyHalrkwoman, bright.
TV capable and Intelligent. Apply to J. C. DEYIN,
1,102 Mroadwuy.
TIT ANTED?A COLORED WOMAN, BY A SINGLB
TV old Irish gentleman, to tako good cart- of him and nrho
knows how to he very agreeable In everything Apply, he
twcen 9% and 4. at Mr T. TAYLOK H, Artist, 537 l'earl sf
\,*ANTEII?AN~ M X PERIENCKD M'RSE, TO TAKE TV
rare ol two children and assist with sewing; must
eoiue well recommended: French or German preferred. Call
hetwoen 10 and 12, Monday, A. M., at 34 West 4Sth St., basement
door.
TIT A NTE D?A OOOD COOK, WAHIIKH AND IRONER;
TV Gerniau profcrred. Apply, from 0 to.10 A. M., iu the
store ilroadway.
O/W) VMt MTtf St.?W AJHXD. A F1MT OLAMg
rook; one who understood the business: also small
girl, to wait on table.
SITUATION* W IM Kll-MAhKS.
A YOUNG MAN WI8I1EH RESPECTABLE EMPLOYmcut
In city or country; Irest city references for lion,
cty and sobriety; has had three years'exnertcuce in the
drug business. Address, fur one week. llOPiiFLL, box 151
lieruld office. .
~S YOUNG MAN. AGE 211, WOUI.D LIKE A 81TUA"
il, ttun In any first class business for $7 a week; best rvf
crenr-; write- well. Address t". W., box jn-j Herald office.
YOVNO MARRIED MAN, UAVINO EXPERIENCE
In taking care of houses, wonld like to take charge of
a number of them; best references gtven. Address if. 0.
MAKT1NE. No. B Union square.
; X YOUNG COLORED" MAN WANTS A SITUATION
' .1 as waiter in a private family; Is willing; reference.
Address W. K . box 12* Herald Uptown Hranch office.
YOUTll OF 1? SEEKS EMPLOYMENT; A GOOD
penman, arlthiuctleiau, Ac.; understands French; Is
energetic and Industrious; resides with his parents In this
| city; reference* unilonbted; security inr any trust; only
I moderate compensation. Address EARNEST, box 124 Ueraid
office.
BARKEEPER WANTS A NITRATION?SALARY NOT
so much an object ae a permanent place; no offer refused
; reference. Address 11., box 18*1 Herald Uptown
Branch office.
B" ~AKTKNDEB.?A YOUNG MAN, AUBO 10. WANTS A
iiltuntion; lately landed from Dublin; has a slight
knowledge ot barkeeplng. Address D. D.. Herald office.
C10i.u;< T<iH -Aiol .mi MAN. MAitltlED, WHO HAS
J had elirht yoara' experience aa collector, would like a
situation a* sucli; ran furnish beat reference* and aecurity.
Address COLLECTOR, room 3, Mechanics Bank Building,
Brooklyn.
rusr class waiter, speaking oekman<
French and a little EnglislfJ wants a sltnatioii In a
restaurant or hotel; no objection* to go to Philadelphia. Address
4<i7 Broome st.
BAD T11E SUNDAY TELEGRAM. '
PRICE TWO CENTS.
S"~ITUATIOX WANTED?BY AMNULE MAN. TO TAKE
care of road horsas; best eity reference lurnialted. Call
at No. 5>, Pine at., room 10.
ITUATIO.N WAJrTKD?AS 0YSTRR1CA~N OK AltKeeper
. Is willing to work. Address W. M., box 230
Herald office.
S~ituatTon wanted?by a youno MAxT AS
driver, understands care of horaea , or any respectable
employment; best city reference. Call on or address M. C.,
87 Vestry it.
SITUATION WANTED-Art BARKEEPER" APPLY TO
P. JfcQUADB, 44 Murray st.
S' ITUATION WANTKD-BY A SOBER, STKA-DY, ABLE
bodied young man, as porter or truckmau Address (A
j NUGENT, 388 lllsecker st.
U~~ rANTED?A SITUATION B\~A MAN op MIDDLE
age In an office or some other bosluees, to make lilm
en generally DNiai; CWO roum won rrcuimiirutivn; BpoaKi I
! theQtrmftn, Knglinh tnd fr?Mh lnnpn^; w*r< modtr- i
at*. Aildrens If. HODXEH, 2<J3 4th t.,Jerwy City.
\V'A>TKU--A_ BITUATIOV AH JAHITOB, TI Y "A
II Frenchman who apeak* English; best reforeuccv
given Addre** box 3,157 Font office.
UTANTBD?A RITl'ATIOh KoW A COLORED MAN;
\ V first dun cook : willing, obliging, ?oh?r and Industrious.
Call ?t present employer's. 3"J.i Waal littli at.
\t* AM Kl>-MV AN KXTKIilKM i.l' 111. M. V>TA1 K
V? agent, a situation in an office; w.ll acquainted with
canvassing for hnua.a and obtaining loans on property. Ail
dress KXCBL8IOR, box 123 Herald offlca.
WAMTI BMPLOYMKNT-A LAIV 1* VKARfl OLD,
It to work arnnnii a ir.ntl.man a house; Protectant
American; boatrafareneaa Apply at or addraasWrit'harlaast.
CliERKf \M> BALKkMBWi
I X"-T,fE MERCANTILE LMFLOVMBKT AKHOCIAJ\.,
tion, 334 and 33-> Broadway, furnish to employers,
; free of charge, reliable men to Oil any position. Subscrip,
ttona for well recommended clefka, salesmen and others. $10
! per annum, in half yearly payments. Our monthly can be
! bad gratis at ?nr office.
?A. ?4tTEIIN ROTII hi ItS WANT A KII18T (JI.AH8
^|e man at floorwalker for their millinery department;
1 must be of good address and bare bail city experience. Ap- I
.1. in tot vt uxn All. a.
A' POSITION WABTED?BT A YOCMO MAN, 20
yeart nf*s;e, M aaalatant bookkeeper or c'.erk; unex
I ceptintiaMe relerence. Addrota L. P., box 201 Herald office*
j A COOUNTA AND BOOM KCIRVTIKICALLY KXAli*
J\. Ined i?n 1 arranged by expert acromitanta; hour* (night
or tiny) to ault; term* fixed by Job or tUna. Addreaa R, A L.,
box 2,648 Port office.
~A PRACTH'AI. HOUKKF.KPF.R AND TBOROl'OU
: Jv accountant l> deairoua of uaiug *ome apare tine; ha* n
practical knowledge of general butlneae ; term* will be reaiouebie
Addreaa 0. P., box 2.6W8 Port office
A^E _WANTF7D, A COMPKTF.NT MAN TO TAKE
charge of our paraeol and umbrella rtoek: mux he
thoroughly experienced in that line. Apply, between 10
A_1T endJS^M . at 3676th ae.
A COMMERCIAL TRAVKLLRR. OP PI YE TKAK8'
experience In all the fltatea, wanla to repretent aoma
good, reliable honee, ou aalary or enramlealun ; hardware,
Eouae fnrnlaiilng, gaa fixture*. Ac . prni*rred, manufaclarert
or iniporteri only will plaae* aaawer. Addreaa AM. TRAYBLLER.
box 13d Herald office.
LRCII 5, 1876.?QUADRUPI
CLERKS AND SALESlIESj _ I
A N EXPERIENCED I'AIXT HALEKMAN WANTED?
^Y Hv a MMttflMvrillgkMNi must IM9 flil acquaintance
with buyers; state mute mid particulars. Address J.
II. D. A CO., box .'1,951 l'ost office, New York. J
"I YOUNG ENGLISHMAN (22 YEA 11K), Or GOOD
I Y abilities, in de?tmu* of meeting with it position as |
talesman or other suitable occupation In a city woollen
varehouM*; ha* hud four years' experience of the woolltu v
;rade aith one of the first tirtua in Yorkshire, England, as <
nU as six mouths on iliis side ; an ;nc tlm most satisfacory
references. Address 11., box IU2 Herald office.
Agents and sale sitkn~oan makk money jjy
selling to stores a light and elegant article, patented; (
4-iius dresses without sewing, saves fading of trimmings una %
nuterial* in washing; drerxmiiiker's work of n day accoindished
in ten initiate*; sold from illustration; every lady |
euuts a set in her workbox; price 50 cents. 097 Broad*ay, J
'ootn 20. c
A YOl'.vff MAN OF EXPERIENCE DK8IKKS A 1
iV position as bookkee|>?r. assistant bookkeeper, rtury (
lerk or similar position; Milnry no object If iituntion bo ,
lermauent. Adclr?.? CSEEIIL, Herald office. \
YOI NU MAN. UO YEARS iIF AiJB, (IOODPEN.'V
mun and capable of writing I5II word* per uiiuuto by c
horthuud, desires a situation; luw sulury expected. Address *
?11 ONUS, box 185 Herald office.
A CAPABLE AM) ACTIVE SALESMAN WOfLD ?
. V like to represent wmu salable article or lino of good. ^
ir other promising business, either lu the city or to travel; s
ularv or commission: tlrsl class reference. Address CON IDEXT,
IIoralil office. 1
* COMPETENT BOOKKEEPER WOfl.D LIKE KM.
\ ploymeul tor lour or llvo evenings a week at a reason- .lilr
(.mneusnlion. Address J . V., Herald olllce.
gRONCHINK. t
REUS.?A YOIYc; MAN, WITH THREE YKAKS' 'J
experience, wlehei a situation; City or country; good ~\
efercneesJor honesty and sobriety. Address, lor one week,
1AKD TOIE8, box 100 Ilerald office. v
I\Kl'ti CLERK WANTED.?APPLY AT NO. 120 4TH *
\J a v., corner 12th. ^
pkRUUS.?A COMPETENT DRl'a CLERK WISHES A ^
\J permanent situation; willing to go out ol tbo city;
an fiimlsb unexceptionable rcfereiicci to ability, Ac. Ad- ,
Iress H. H. C., Herald office. '
rtNEROETIC TRAVELLING SALESMEN. OOINO 1
fj Nortli, South, East and West, who eell to Jobbers and j
etailers in notions, gloves, fancy goods und to jewellers,
ranted to tukc a line of kstnples of an elegnnt, uselul and 1
stable article recently patented, to sell on liberal comnilsiion;
no bulk; high toned. Answer by letter, 0. V. a
K ARKS, KM Eultou it, New York. e
E^xpkrikncbiTsalksm \TT waste I??to solicit J
i orders troin country merchants while .11 the city; also j
>u<5 or two to travel for a publifching limine ; must he good
Mininesa men. Call Monday, on l'UllhiSliEK, 127 Bierfor
?t.
IjoteITproprietors.?an experienced man *
IX wants a posltiou as clerk in u first class hotel; hns a
.rrrs. .mnnlrtl un.-A in tit.. Smith nn.1 Wffiffit mid run ittfftlffitU!* 1
,rade. AadreHS CHAPMAN, box 1-W Herald office.
J L'NlOR DRUG CLKKK.?SITUATION WANTED; FIVE ">
years' experience; good reference; salary moderate.
Address BORAX, Herald Uptown Branch office. 1
Salesman wanted?to" sell grocers1 abtu ;
cles and eating house supplies on commission ; uuuc but
experienced men need apply. Call at 49b Greenwich st.
SALK8M&N WANTED-IN T1IE 8ILK DEPARTMENT.
JAMES A. HEARS A SON. 773 and 775 Broadway.
Salesman wanted?to solicit orders by <
catalogue fur enamelled ami tin llnedlrun good*; also sadirons
and store hollow ware. Address box No. 4,t55b Boat
ufflco.
TOVK8.?A MAN POSTED IN THE STOVE TRADE
from New York to Ban I'ranclaeo and with host recommendations
is open for an engagement. Address U. L. 1).,
box 13b Herald office.
SITUATION WANTED?BY A YOL'SQ MAN, 113, TELEgraph
operator and bookkeeper; good references. Address
C. E. 1>-, Herald office.
T~ O DRt'OttlSTfl (WHOLESALE OH RETAIL)?A
young man, with some experience in retail business,
would accept an office as Junior assistant or light porter;
salary no object; roferenco. Address D., box ItXJ Herald
Uptown Branch offico.
0~DRUOOIBTB. ?A YOUNG MAN WISHES EMPLOY*
ment. Addrosa box 4.58B New Yoek Boat offico.
TlTANTEb?A POBITION AS BOOKKEEPMl OR
Yt cashier lu an Imnorting or commission house ; salary
moderate; best reference. Address BOOKKEEPER,
Herald office.
W ANTED?A BOOKKE UP KliTsD CASHIER; IIARDwaro
business; compotcut single man; salary mod
rrato; exporieoco necessary; socurity rc<|MiriMl Address,
with references anil hill particulars, CUTLERY, box 1114
Herald office, for two days.
\V*ANTKI)-A YOUNG MAN IK A LAW OPFICB. ONE ,
VY who understands the drawing of law papers only need
apply, at 7.41 J'. *!., to HENRY' M. UEYM A.N.N, Attorney at
Law, No. 27a West 23d St., Now York. ,
ANTED?A FIRST CLASS CARPET SALESMAN;; '
ouo understanding upholstery goods preferred. Address,
stating salary wanted, CARPETS, Brooklyn l'ost
ofllce.
TITAXTBD?SEVERAL LIVE, BNERUETIO RALESti
men, of good address, to whom liberal inducements
will bo offered. Apply at 2,2f?4 3d nv.
\YTANTED-BY A FIRST CLASS SHOE SALESMAN,
YV of 11 years' experience, with best reference, a permanent
situation. Address X. WEEKS, 74 Governor St.,
Hartford, Qraa,
\\7~ ANTED?A SALESMAN, IN A t'LOTH HOUSE";
Y Y one well acquainted with the business and Would bo
willing to accept a small salary and a commission. Address
I., Herald office.
WANTED?F1 RfiT CLASS RETAIL SALESMEN BOB
YV silks and fine dress good*. Men accustomed to fine
retail trude only need apply. F. LORSEE A CO., Brooklyn.
\\TANTKI>?AN EXPERIENCED CITY MALES* ATTTO
YV sell shirts to the retail trade on commission Only
those with trade address WlirrK SHIRTS, Herald office,
\VTANThlwmKKK YOCNn MEN To" LEARN BOOK"YY
keeping and calenlaHons from practical bookkeeper,
evenings; Brooklyn City Hail; tarins modorate. Address
COLLINS, Herald ofllce.
W" ANTED?IN A WHOLESALE HOUKKTA YOUNG
man who wr toa a good hand and understands keeping
accounts. Address, stating references and salary ex.poctcd,
H. M. D., box lift Herald office.
W' ANTED-A LAD AS ENTRY CI.BRK, 15 TO 10
years old, living with bis parents; wages moderate.
Address II. A. C.. Herald ofllce.
O. r.A fo" AX Y O.N E~P H ()C U It IN 0 ME A SITUATION
as bookkeeper, assistant bookkeeper or traveller;
references and security given. Address J. K , Herald office.
1 BONUS FUR A "POSITION A3 CLERK OR
V''*/ bookkeeper; uge 27. U. T., box 103 Herald
office.
COACHXEY AMD OARDBHBR*.
V FIRST CLASS COACHMAN AND OROOM, MIDdle
aged, witb Ave years' references. Apply to G. W.
a., 132 West 24lh St.
MARRIED MAN (BNULIRU, APR ACS SPANISH)
wishes a situation as gardener or in a warehouse;
good reference Apply at 232 22d St., between 5tb and 6th
a vs., South Brooklyn.
AN A1 ENGLISH COACUMAN WANTS A SITUATIONcity
or country; first class testimonials. Address D. S.
box 110 Herald Uptown Branch office.
SCOTCHMAN (M ALKIE D) WISH K8 A KITl'Ation
as farmer, gardener and Qoriat; hot and cold
gra;>ery; thoroughly understauda all the branches; well
recommended. Address J. H. S , Flushing, L I.
A FRENCHGARDENER AND COACUMAN WISHES
a situation. Apply at Xli Wooater St.
4 N EN..LISIIMAN DKRIRBS A SITUATION AS
iV first class coachman and groom; country preferred;
best city reference. No. 4 West 44th St.
F~ ARMKR'o BITCATION WANTED-BY A MAkTiIED
man; no encurnbranoe; nnderstnnds farming thor
ougniy, the care 01 noraca anu an ainaa 01 atuca; ucm
reference. C ill uti or address, J. ti., H70 Broadway.
C" 1AKDKKEB?THOROUGHLY PRACTICAL; ENGLISHT
man; single ; the rare of greenhouse, ct aperies, flowers
and fruit, vegciables; heat reference*. Address A. HCOTT,
Lccsburg. London county, Va.
pARDENKR'8 SITUATION WANTED?BY A MAR"JT
rted man, smell family; w ill be disengaged on middle
of tlila month; ran ml lie; beat reterencea. Addreaa J, K.,
Maron Bro*.. 88 Grand at., Brooklyn.
ARDBXER'S SITUATION WANTKD?BY A~T'KACTtiralinarrlcdman.no
ehildren, who understand* the
rare of greenhoaae granerlns, vegetables, pleasure grounds,
term work, care of atook, Ac.; baat reference Addreaa, for
four daya, M K. G., 080 Hancock at.. Brooklyn, or care of
Alfred BrM|amaa, *70 Broadway, hew York.
/itKHi.MHS SITUATION WAJfTEU BT A GERM AX
VT married man lone child) who haa a good knowledge of
the hnaineaa; It a good Horiet and excellent grape grower.
Call or addreaa, for three daya, A. P., at Alfred Brldgeman's,
870 Broadway.
Sooif or kootman-Ibekt city reference.
Call, for two daya, at SI Weat 44th at.
\ITAXTBD?A? IITFATIOIFA* FlRBT CLA88 PRAfT
TT tlcal gardener in groanhouae, hotbeda, frulta and
vegetahlea. aTao th.irmaghly competent in laying oat grouuda.
by a aingle. middle-aged Swiss man. sneaka German, English
and Ifencb. Addreaa GARDENER, care ol Ipa and
grocery atore corner of Perry and Madison ata., Hoboken.
TIT AM T ED -H ffCA TT O If BT AN ENGLISH COt'PLB;
IT man aa coaehman or anything; woman aa eoot or
Uundreia; good referencea. Addreaa A. H. P., Ilerald
office. _
IIKLP WASTED- MAI.KM.
y T. STEWART A CO.
want aereral male dressmaker*. Only thoroughly experienced
men need apply. at Manager a beak, between 8 and
U A. M . Broadway and 10th at. ,
OH* AND f< >R TELEGRAPH OPERATORS^Learn
and take positions: taught practically, day or
evening. TllOMPBC.VH College, 20 4th av., oppbaito
Cooper Institute Commence Immediately.
OENTB?PHIL* "PARLEY'S BOOK 7s PUBLISHED"
Addreaa the author. Post office liox ),463, New York
city, or apply at No. HP Liberty at.. New York
4 N L X T F. RIE N (' e lf~C A N V A H - Ell" CAN HEAR OP AN
JY exceptionally good opportunity on a national work by
addreaslog H. H. 0., Herald office.
ttjenth wanted?por Helling PEATIIKKb';.
JY one aireaily engaged In celling gooda to parllea likely
P> need featin-ri preferred; arcurlly required. Addreta,
with partlcnlara, A. L., TT I nlverslty place.
k GENTS~WANlfED-CITY AND COUNTRY, TO SELL
JY teat to families and large c?n*niiiera; greatest Inducemrnta.
CANTON TEA OOMPANY, 14H Chambera at.
oknth w.vNtkd?In evert btatk, to bell a
very valuable household article; can make 810 per
day eaaily where there i? a water preaaure; aent for**.
A.f ircaa EXCELSIOR FILTER, corner Pulton and Plue
apple ?ts , Hrooxiyn.
A OF.NTH?25* 9X11 MOUNTED CII ROM 08 KOH *1;
J\ framea, 5e. : larweat aeaortmcnt In the world CONTINENTAL
OHBOMO COMPANY, W Na.aan it., room 4t>. .
OKNTS-WI1Y ME TTmTK WHEN YOU CAN MAKE
a*ood living? Bond fur circular.
U. W. TEED, 143 Chamber* at.
-WANTED, COMPETENT MAN, CAPABLE TO
, take I harfO of a ladle*' undergarment luauufautory.
AddroM, with reTeraneea. B., Ilorald offiea.
\ l,I'M - -MAl.K AMI PEMALK. TO IN/KoIM < h In
J\ kIiuoU, Kindergarten# and private houM*. the evoet
ornamental, novel, anuxina and noeful article of the age.
Call or addre**, K St. KINHEY. 14VKim at., New York.
Of NTH W A NTBD?ETEBY WUEBE IN TEA, CO?foe
and ?plce?;t>y adoptinit our plan yon can make
from BIS to * *? a weak. Apply to the ORKAT AMERICAN
REPUBLIC TEA COMPANY, T5 Barclay at. N. Y.
"I MAN AND WIPE WANTED?MAN TO TAKE CARE
UV, of horao* and cattle and to work in warden ; wlfa to act
aa lauudreo*. Addreaa (JARDRN, box i:M Herald oOce.
Tie n te?add re m Phil paml by, poht ornc]?
bo* 1,403, New York city, or appV kt No. SB Liberty
|k. If you want to work hie hwek.
,E SHEET.
IIKI.P AV A STEI)?M ALR.H.
Agents wantbd-in town and cou.nthy. to
tell oar pure teaa in famine*, hotels and larp-a ecu- maters;
licut term* and largest nine* in ilia country Apply 1
to the WELLS TEA COXKAXY 2G1 tulionf-t, M*M
L'liurrli and Greenwich Ms., New York.
lAO.ir.un n?sieu-sr,w TUICK, 1IKUC KEY N
and New Jersey; weekly stipend nnd rum mission. AdIreHS,
hy letter only, Publication and Printing Department,
Catholic Protectory. 33 Warren ?t., New York.
j^lK8T CL Ariel ADEN Tti WANTED AT I til MERCER
ryKICK BOY WANTED-WHO POMES WKI.f. e
L " recommeuded; $3 per week now. Apply at 607 broad
ray, room 36.
FJKBPKCTABLB YOl'NO MEN WILL HE KM PLOYED "
Li at J AME8 HHKEHY'H book Aireney. 83 Barclay
anvassirtg tor subscriptions to several popular new books; ,
ilso bibles told ou weekly instalments. c
jjTKONti BOY IN A MILLINMHY HOUSE?M trRT 1
J kuow the buslucas. $3 weekly. 889 Broadway. up stairs
rBA AOKNTB AND TEA FKDLERR, ATTENTION- t
Best teas and best terms In tbo city; salary to llrst v
lass salesmen. At 38 I'rout ?t.
LIT"ANTED?A STABI.EMAN ; ONE WHO TliOR- t
TT ouulily understands the care of horses and is not afraid j
it work; no applicant will be uotlecd who cannot furnish
rood reiereuces both aa to character and ability. Address
;TAB1.K.MAN, box 133 Herald otlice.
tjjrantkI)?a young .man am show card ob
TT ticket writer. william kinzey. i
Broadwa/, corner Hth at,
Ut ANTED?MBN WHO WRITE VI HY TLAI"NLY, TO 1
as- ist in the preparutiou of "Wilson's Business Direc v
ory." Address, iu writing of the applicant, statin# releruoes,
R. B. HAELOUK, 11 University place. Applications
a persou uot atteudod to.
ii^a"NTED?A MITJDI.II ACIKD oknTLPM A N, WITH j
TT large city aud country acquaintance, to net as canasser
or ngeut for a large publishing house; to a party of
;ood address and ability very libera! arrangements will he
aado, either on commission or salary, Address HUME
1FFI0K, box 1,407 Post olTSee, Now York.
iV'ANTED?AN BXPBR UNO ED WAITER, WHO 18 J
TT willing to mako himself useful, in a private family,
tpply al 318 dates av , Brooklyn. \
II/XnTI D-AN intelligent LAD, OK (iOOU AD- *
II dress who writes a good baud. Address UublNSO.V
Ier.tld oRijc. ^
11* ANTED?FOR A FARMT A MIDDLR AUED COU- S
TT pie; man to understand general farming anil stock;
ronian to do general housework, washing and ironing; ref- _
rences required; to an Industrious and willing couple 1 euu /
:lve a good home for a year. Address, slating when can he \
ecu, also wages wanted, FARMER, box 187 Herald Uptown si
Irarrch ortice. li
npANTKD?At HOOD ACTIVE MAfT WHO UNDER" "
TT stands bookkeeping, aud can attend to collecting
ents aud to managing real estate generally. Address, with 1
eforences, box 3,8f>8 rest oflice. - J
PLANTED-A BOY^ POL ITU AND INTELLIGENT* *'
Tf for an otUce. A|i|?ly at 4ii7 Hroudway.
riTANTKD-OOOD BELIABLS AURNTri WHO CAS Z
>? ami will tafe applications fur tlio leading Southern I
.ifo Company, in connection with the Benevolent Society of J
<ciw York city, which guarantee* a weekly hcucllt during
ilckncst; premiums paid weakly, monthly or quarterly ; sal
iry and comtnt-sinu. Address E. M., box 1 III Herald t'flico"
UTAMTBD?All IATB1 i.kiknt and ACTIVE YOUNO t
\\ colored uiun, as messenger and Janitor in. unices of a 1
:orporation. Address UOAU'ANY, Herald Uptown ilranch b
jttice. ?
WANTED-AGESTITTO BELT, A NTIW-EUITII)K~OF (
a Family Bible on weekly or monthly payment,*. "
Apply at 304 ,sth av., between 25th and 20th sts.
J. LYNCH,
\\TANTED?TWO ENERGETIC 1MEN OK GOOI> AOM
dress to sell an entirely new line of goods w hich no
other parties have or can get to sell; very profitable and respectable
business; references required. Address iiumedl
ately box 114 Herald uttico. ?
TirANTED-AN HONEST AND TEMPERATE MAN,
11 married preferred, who can furnish good references
un 1 $4<Xi cash security, to manage a milk route and drive i
wagon : must be neat and n good driver. Stute nationality \
and wages expected, and address, with references and full r
particulars, Mll.K MAN, Herald ollico.l . f
TiFaKTED?CANVABHEHs' OK "exfekibnce; .sal- i
TT arv and commission. Apply, before 10 o'clock a. M., J
at 700 Mih av.
OUNO ~MEN TO LEARN AND ENGAGE IN THE .'
tcle^rnjili business: good paylugpositions ?irtnlii4 T
when qualified. TELKORAFH INSTRUCTION COM- F
l'AN V, 21 Park row, opposite the Post oflice.
^ THfcL TRADES. ^
AFriiST CLAaSaS Si! 1UT 9UTTER ON CUSTOM
and stock work is open for an engagement in a house of I
(oud stability, where experience iti the business a ill be re- A
cognised; is thoroughly posted in dress shirts, shirt fronts, ?s
drawers and flue underwear; eight yours' best city refer- 1
puce in finest trade; advertiser a y*ung man; sularv no oh- s
led In R first class house. Address UOMPLTK.vr, 411 I
Broadway. '
A" FIRST CLASS OAJlPtfNTEH WANTS A JOB; LOW J
rata. 24 Grand at.
FIRST CLASH MACHINIST WANTS WORK ON 1
press tools or any flue light machinery. Address TOOL
MAK IS It, Herald ultice.
1>KO0P HEADkF-ITXFEKI BNCBD; THOROPQI
knowledge of English. Prench. Italian nml Latin: heat
references ; terms moderate. Address M. SI AUI11S, West- .
Chester, N. Y.
EAD-THE SI Nl)AY "YlTTEtlltAXT ?
PRICE TWO CENTS. (
mo Photographkkb~?a no. i Thst'oucher (.
X wants h situation as o*?Utatit operator, or operator in a
small iftUtrj. Address PHOTO, box 157 llcrula efBot* i
TETANIED?A~KIKKT class carriage trimmer, j
W to go to Philadelphia, Apply to A. Ml'l.LER, 343
Nth at. ]
XVTANTED?BY A YOl'NG MAN A POSITION IN A
TT first class tailoring establiahutrnt as cutter; can (rive ,
undouhtod reference as to ability; will tultc position in city
or country. Address 11. A. Jl., Ilcrald Uptown Branch ofllco.
\I7 aJTKD?FOR CANADA, A~ UTHOG RAPH10 EN- "
TT graves, scotntomo4 to vignettes, lettering, Ac.; one
having a thorough knowledge or eray on drawing nreferrerl. .
Apply to WM. RUDKIN'S SONS, 74 William at.. New York.
TjTrANTED?A PRACTICAL MILLER, ALSO A Bl GAR
TT rofitier; ancli as have practical experience In the man- ,
nlactnre of starch and of grape ingar preferred. Address,
with references. J. R. 17., boa 4,154 Post office,
Wj ANTED?A MAN, TO TAKE CHARGE OF A
moulding floor In a malleable and gray iron foundry;
one who has had experience In pleco work preferred. Address.
stating terms and what (If any) experience, S. R. W?
Newark, N. J.
\V ANTKLb?A (JoMPETKNT MAN TO MmOE A
TT printing establishment, both composing a.tii press
room ; one controlling trade preferred. Address, with references,
A. A., Herald office.
TIT ANTED?KM KB f UTTER-' ON LADIES' UNDFU
TT wear and suits. 1(4) Walker ft.
\tTANTED?A FIRST CLASS CUSTOM CUTTER, IN AN
TT old established house in Brooklyn, to take half Interest;
a rare chanco to the right party. Address B. N. Y.,
llerald office.
FRENCH ADVERTISEMENTS.
TTNE JEDNE PEKSONNE (KKANCAISE), PARLAST
L anglais, desire trouver unn place comma femme do
cbambre: connalt bien sn par tie, pus d'ohjeetion a voyager.
S adrossor aux luitialcs A. II., llerald Uptown Branch
office.
S.V.LKS AT AVCTIOBI*
Adrian a muller, auctioneer.
valuable building loth ox
otu av. and <*ith bt.
(CENTRAL PARK),
to be sold at auction on
TUKhlMV, MARCH T.
at 12 o'elock. at the Exchange Salesroom,
No. Ill Broadway, aa follows:
Three fell fixed Lota on 5th av (Central Park) between
StUb aud 07Oi sta., ami including the corner Lot on .'ah ar.
and H th at., and the let In the rear on tiCUi at.
Nixty per cent on mortgage.
Main at the office of
ADRIAN H. MULLER A SON,
No. 7. Pine at.
CCTION HALE.?M AiLSTKIC E NT HOUSE HO LD
Furniture, nropertjr o( E, tie* Esq.,
to be Hold TO MORROW (Monday) MORNING, commencing
at 10W o'clock, at the eleg int Ore atory brown atone uiaiinun
No. 120 West 23d at., near 6th ar.
Maimlftrent rosewood Ktageree, lace t'nrtalna. Mirrors,
two elegant Pianofortes, Hti-inway A Suns and Windsor,
with all late improvements; latest style Inlaid Parlor Suits,
in satin, brocale) and reps; inlaid Centre Tables, Cabinets,
Jardinieres, Brontes. Oil Paintings, Chamber Baits In
walnut; Dressing Canes, Bedsteads, Bureaus, spring and
hair Mattresses, Carpets, Ac,, Bookcase, Books, Lady's j
Secretaire, library Tables, Turkish Chairs, do. Rockers,
Dining Room Reflet. Ka tension Table. Chairs In leather, I
China Dinner end Tea Sets, cut Glassware, Lounges, llall j
Bland; also basement and servants Kuruilnre.
LUKE KIT/OKKAXP. Auctioneer.
Auction notice. |
Household Furniture tales.
ROBERT SOMKRVILLK, Auctioneer. No. 74 University |
place, corner 13th at . will, aa hen lofore, give special alien- <
tion to aalea of ifouaeholii Furniture, Ac., at residences of
partita declining bouaekaaping, or at bU apacloua salesrooms
ai above.
?TUNIS JOHNSON, AtTCTIONKKK,
a old at and 37 Naaaao ai
On MOXDAT, KART1I 6, AT 1 OX O'CLOCK,
UOUSEflOLD AND OFFICE FURNITURE,
LA ROE NUMBER OF BRUSSELS CARPETS RrOB
Oilcloth*, Lace Curtain*. Had) and Beddings, Pillows and
Bolsters, Sliecta, Blanket*, l'lor and Mantel Mirrors, Bed- ,
morn Sets, Centre Table* Parlor hults, Kitanalon Tablet, .
Wardrobe, iiali Stands. Refrigaraters, Es tendon Heading
Chair, Card Table a Sofa Bedsteads, Ilimtou Bed leads, (
Crockery. Olaas. A*.
Alao two fin* wing Bookoaaa*. without doors suitable for 1
library or store - a largo assortment of Office I>?aks, Chairs,
Tables, Letter Press, Mala. Maps, Ac., Ac.; alto lot of Dry
Goods, tt our salesroom 37 Nassau ?t.
Particular attaatiou giroo toaaiaa of furaitnre at private
reaidencea
A"' ?
Mow on exhibition
t the Schenck Art Gallery,
No. ) Liberty si,
a choice collection of
American and Foreign Oil Paintings,
to bo sold st auction on
Thursday and Friday. March U and lO,
at 13 o'clock each day.
F.DWAKD HCHKNCK, Auctioneer.
A J. BLKECKER. HON A CO. AUCTIONEERS.?
Large aala of downtown Property at auction, by order
of the truateea, to close an oatate. Valuable Warehouses lu 1
the First Ward, between Wall st. and Old slip. Including
water fruntal, by A. J BLKECKER, HON A CO., Auctioneers.
Will be sold at auction on Tuesday March 7. at 13
o'clock, at ths Exchange Halesmom. the followtns Pearl
St.?Four tturr brick and eranlts Building. No. 13), and
tire dee itnrjr hrtck Building" Nu 81 Wiitr (. WltW H.No.
hh, fonr elory brteh More. Pront it.-No 14, four elorr
brick Store. Front ?t.?No. S3, fnar elory brtrk Store. South
tl?ffio. 411, four etory brick More. Sal# abvnlute, without
reeerve or limit. For partlrulnri apply to JOHN B. HTK
VP.NS, Truetee, No. ?7 Wall ft , or to AucUraHtl, Na. 0
Pi n? it.
A HI NOTI0R.
Th# uuderdirned reepectrnlly innnair## to the art
public I tut th# entire collection of high rlaae Painting#,
Statuary, Brontca anil Art Library belonging to
MB. ' VIM-lAM H. WKBB. OP TIU9 CITT,
will b# offered at auction en #r about March 03 at th# Art
(lallerlea. No. ?4."> Broadway, Mr. W#bb having concluded to
convert hi# prlvat# reeideaec, together with the adjoining
property. Int# a hotel, tree notice ef the date el eat# will
be announced la the daily journal# I1MNRI D. MiMUL
>#4ti?necr, Office and Aft Uall#rl?# 949 Broadway,
3
BALKS AT ATTCTIOJL
* HT NOTICE I
fV Now on exhibition free, day and eveuing, at tho Art
loom*, 817 Broadway.
An extraordinary collection of Oil fainting* by American
rtiaU.
The fineat example* of our beat known artist*, painted t?
rder and never before publicly exhibited.
Notice* by the fresa.
**I? lu every reapect the floekt display of American Art
ver opened in this city or offered at public aale."
"The subjects are Interesting, and represent the most rolled
ta?te iu their selection."
"The works comprised in this display are all finished in
he best stylo of the artists whose uaiues are slimed to tho
euvases, and have not been hastily executed lor auction
urposes."
"A private collection ofj American pictures, mostly by v
he elder artists of this city, ami all represented by good
rurha."
"There are only seventy two pictures lu the collection,
>nt thedeficit my In number is more than compensated fcr
ly the hue quality of the works."
"Not only represents the brat names belonging to tho
irolesaion in tliia country, but is also one ol the ducat exilliitions
of paiotiuga that has beeu made iu a public calory
lor many years."
Now on exhibition as above, ami to bo sold by auction on
Tuesday eveniug, Match 7, at tho Art Room*. 817 llroadray.
_ The Messrs. LEAVITT, Auctioneer*.
a J. aUttCKSK. AUCTIONEER
iXs Billiard Tuhles (Kavanagh and Decker'*),
Balls, Cuos, Hacks, Tables and (fixtures.
Including Steaui He,iter and Koom Furniture,
at No. 14Boekman st..
UU 1 I fs.^ AV.l 1 , .IWkll'l. ? , ui . r. .11.
A L)K1AN~11 mUUI.KR, Afci MtSKKH
fx Assignee a sale of Store Fixtures.
ADRIAN II. Ml'LLKK A SON will ,11 ?t auction, on
Wednesday, March?, 1K70, at 3 o'clock 1'. M., at No 013
roadway. by order of K. 11. tVootton, assignee of Union
.Jams A Co., all the Storo Fixtures coiitaluctt In ul> >x,o
lore, consisting of iron Sales. Showcases, Counters, Stools,
lirrora, Shelving, Tables, Desks, Ac.
I^UOKCUINK.
~i u Favor,"Vi kst class henerai. ? Aivj
. tioneer?Outside sales solicited; settlements clay o.
tie; satisfaction guaranteed; office at 11. K. Favor's ace.
on bouse, 13 East Hth ?t.; best locution for sale* of Fur
ittire and tieneral Merchandise; private tale or auction;
ittleiucnts prompt. Investigate.
XECI'TOICS 8 Al.K?"ESTATE HENRY A. SWAST'
jj Will s.di at Exchange Salesroom. 111 Broadway,
inlay, Man li 10, four story hrown stone House 14 East 37tU
I. (Murray Mil). 2.'>x<*(; Mirrors, lias Fixtures, Shades.
OlJVl.it BHVAN, Auctioueer, Broadway.
J COLl'ON, AuTtionKK 5T *
/ IIoa?ehold Furniture tti llurlem ?On Tw??ri*y, March
. at the private resilience So. 2,4l!4 Jd uv , between 1124th
ud lli.?tli at*., copmit uci:iR At 11 o'clock, the enti recent*el
urniture, embracing Parlor. IMnin; Koorit, Bedraom and
laecmout do.: French pinto Mirror*. Oiirtuius and Cornice*.
'arlor Suits, in brocutel; rosewood r. i ago res, marble top
tress Bureaus, Extension nn<i Centre Tables, feather Beds,
sir Mattresses, Kitchen Goods. Ac., Ac. N. B.?Second
renue cnrs pass tbe dour.
' 1 BKAltD BKTTS A "ooT, AUCTION e?rs7
JT Store and salesroom, No. 7 Old slip and L>4 l'earl si.
TUESDAY, March 7.
nt 11 o'clock, within tlie store.
Groceries?Bale of assorted Groceries.
WEDNESDAY, March 8,
at 10:30 o'clock, at 02 Warren St., corner College place.
Assignees'* sale,
Itock of Saddlery, Hardware, Harness, Blankets, Robes, Ac.;
also office Furniture, Sales, Ac.
Catalogues nt sale.
n eokge ho lbiiook, auctioneer"?'holbrook
LX A ROLLINS Buccessors t? Win. Witters, tell oe Motility
at 2 o'clock, toe Contents of it private dwelling removed
or convenience of sale.
HENRY 1). MIVI.lt, AUCTION'KKR ""
(late Henry It. Leeds A Miner),
office sud Art (iallcrios, rttft Broadway,
rill give his personal attention, as customary tor the past
!;'i years, to sales of household Furniture hi the residences of
larties declining housekeeping. Work - ol Art at his galleries,
rio Broadway, and stocks of Merchandise at stores.
MONDAY,. MARCH 6,
at 10'? o'clock, ut the privntn residence
No. 2511 dth av., ii. ar 20th St..
GENTEEL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, CARVED
lOSKWOOD PIANO, PIER AND MANTEL MIRRORS,
to ; velvet, Brussels and ingrain Carpets, black walnut
lulls in criinso'n and gr?en rep-, black u alnul and rualigoaujr
Jedsteads, Bureaus, tVnshstands, Wardrobes. Bookcases
.ltd Bullets, inlaid Centre and Side Tables, hair Mattresses,
)ilcloths, Kileben Uteusils, Ac., Ac.
[I B. HERTS A SONS, AUCTIONEERS,
LJ? Salesrooms 17 l'ark place and Id Murray st.
10USE1I0LD FURNITURE, CARPETS, MIRRORS, AC.
On MONDAY, March 6, ut 10J* o'clock,
AT NO. 52 LEXINGTON AVENUE,
between 21th nltd 25th sts.,
ic entire Furniture of the above house, comprising Mogeet,
irumels and ingrain Carpets; Parlor Suits in brocatel. rep
aid Cretonne; Inlaid Cabinet. Silver and Silrerpluied Waro,
fhumber and Dining Room Suits, Beds, Bedding, Ac., Ac.
Catalogues nt sale.
HAY EN, AUCTIONEER, 3d AND 41 EAST
13th st ?Will sell by auction on Monday, March 8, at
A. M , the contents of a large Boarding House, relieved
to the rooms an above for convenience ol sale.
.1. HAVEN gives personal attention to sales at private
boose*.
SHONGUOD, AUOTIONKKRTOFFICE 07 BOWERY.
will sell, Monday, March ti, at lute o'clock, at ffilu 8th
av., between 43d nud 41th sts., tbe entire ?t?ck of men's and
boys' Clothing; alao Piece Goods and Fixtnres. in lots to
luit tbe trade. Sale p./sitivo, ruin or shine. Dealer* invited.
W CAMPUELl7, Jit7 ~A UC fI UN EER?SELLS
. Tuesday, in lots, eiitirt, Stock, Fixtures. Ac., of pruminent
Drug Store, 527 Dreenwich st. By order assignee.
T W CAMPBELL. JR.,"* AUcWoNKKR, SELLS
tl . Wednesday, about ) wtiIi deslrnbte Furniture.
See Herald. CAMPBELL A UO . ** Beet !Hl, .1.
JAMBS CAGJCKY, AUCTIONEER UTO REAL ESTA1B
Agent, 15 Ahington sqnare (Kill av).?Advances on
Merctiaudise In geueral; Storage; Insurauce ; personal at
tcnliou to the ?alu ol r ii in) I arc ut private rc.--idt.ucee, af
jhtatog pwt 116 fin.
MOltlUS WILKIN8. Aft TIO.VEKrt
Executera' sale of So. S-l We t 17tti it.
ii. ({. M l)LOW A CO. will eall at public auction, on
Ttwaday, March 7, 187*1, at 12 o'clock, at the LxcLaiig*
Saloarooma,
aale by order of tha cxectit-ra of Daniel Lord, dereaaed.
We?t 17th at.?The elegant, extra wide brown atone liinh
atoop Dwelling and Lot No 84 Wcat 17th at., aouth ?tde.
Hour Mb kv. ; homo- ia 280x75 feet. In lino order, and Immediate
poaaeaaion Will bo (tlvon ; lot 28Hx'.t2 feet; 7t> per ceut
unit reuiain on bond una mortgage for throe ycara.
Pemilta at So. 8 Pine at.
1" >AWHBkTTk lift's ~SaLF.S ?BY K. KIKLD. UESEKALt
Auctioneer, aalearoom So. 80 Bow?ry.
Monday. March 0, by order Mre. 8. Indian, Wcat 39th at.,
800 lota Clothing.
Maps tud particulars at ma omco ox iaa Auc*iono?r% .><*. v>
Piu? el
MAHBLK KANmi. ~ __ ~"
AT I'RICKS NEVER AITROACUMD BRFOBK.
Slat* and M arid* Maatals.
Largeal aeeonra'?l is tha elty. _
I'KXKH Y> HEATH covrAHT.
SO rnlon 4th av. and I7tb at., New Yorkt
Maoufaaturara of Ail kmda af Slat* Work.
MARBLE AND MARBLKIXRD MANTELS, NEW DEaigna.
froia Bill upward. alao Monumental nark at
greatly reduced pricca, Marbta Turning for the trad*. a
_ AJtLaBER, 134 Beat Utah It
STEWARTH BLATR. MARBLE AND WOOD XANTEl?N?
New and elegant dealgna, Irnai #10 np. The trada Uhal*
Ally dealt with. ?30 and Waat iltd at. _
\?T D tA.1. NICHOLB' L'NIyt'K ASfORTHtNT
TT . of Marble. MarWetaad Wat*. Hardwood Xaa
Or at at At Catalogue* fiat. 71 Uadaaa it. aaooaiu Wurt^
4+
Tuesday, Muri-h 7, by order M. MeUrbkcU, urand II., wx?
lots Clothing.
Wednesday, Mnrrh H, by order lute flrni Simpson, Green t
Co., 1M1 BowerJ. UUO lots CI dlilng
Tnursduv. Morel. U, by order Hugh Mc Airman, 2d av.,600
Jots Clothing.
Kiida.v tlarnh 1'J, by order O Del ng, fcust Broadway,
600 lots Clothing
I)AW>11 ItoK ICItS S A LKH
My Till IS J McQRATH, Auctioneer,
lf>? Chatham St., rtrnier Mulberry.
Wednesday?Men's and Women's Clothing. ,
By order A Rleiman, CreCnwich St.
Kriilay?Men's and Women's Clothing, Jewelry, Ac.
My older J Carrol . South hth ar.
P~" AWSIIItcKI-iltS' SAI.KS-HV JAM KB A'iAK, AI'C
tionoer, at salerrooms Mos. .*>0 New Bowery and 0 Oliver
St. Monday?Men's and women's Clothing, bv order of
Uenrge Cudlipp, Kant lllth st Tuesday?Men's ana wometi e
Clothing; bv order J. Raraunwllt. Raft Mrotdway,
Wednesday ?Men's and womou's Clothing; by orier of a.
OooiUtt-ln, Brooklyn.
R~~ ~7c11ARD ffA LTRIlf' SON'S, AlVTH iNI-.E Us,
salesroom 27 East Broadway.
Cash advances on consignments of M?rcltandiM of cvtry
description, Furniture. Piaime, Stocks of Stores, Ac.
Axalcnoo's Sale,
TO MORROW (Monday), at K>K o'clock, at
salesroom 27 East Broadway,
800 boxes best fx mil) Soup, all stir Para;
40 boxes family Soap, 4.'? bars to box ;
100 boxes pressed laundry Soap, !??> rakes to bo*:
190 boxes pressed laundry Soap, 100 cakes to box;
AO boxes best Castile Soap:
20 eases Imported Canned fruit, barrels Flour, Prrne^
Beans, Vinegar. Coffee and Klce In bags. Tea in cheats. Frosortos.
Starch, Sardines, Tubs, Baskets. Vermicelli, Cheese,
Olives, Spices, barrels Scotch and Bourbon Whiskey, Cigars,
Hakiug Powder. Itliine Wine, Blueing, Sweet Oil, eiegaat
Coffee Mill, Safe, Ac.
By order ot assignee.
tc k fvER-s ba lk\ siti Fbiildbrm, shTp,
wrlghts, boathulUlers and others. For sale at auction,
in Thursday, March 0. at 12 o'clock \l , the old established
Business (20 year- foot ol West 4tffh et., together with the
Steam Marine Railways, Tools. Ac. Implements now in
rood working order. Li EN RY GILBERT, Receiver. Apply
lo UALK.J52 William st.
Read tub sunday telegram
FRICK TWO CENTS
Richard Walters' sons, auctioneers ?
Mortgage sale?Will tell on Monday, at lOjj o'clock,
tt salesroom 27 East Broadway, two elegant flrst class lollop
new ' Irgans, ebony aud gold and wulnnt, suitable for
church or parlor. R. C. WaLsII, Attorney.
(jrROIAL AUCTION NOTICE.
D IIOYT A BRADI.KY, Auctioneers,
222 aud 22t Church st., corner of Lispentr A
will eell on
MONDAY. March 6, 1S7B.
at I2S o'clock A. M..
2.900 caaes of Boots, Shoes and Kmgans, adapted to tht
Southern and Western market; also 100 lots dataplex suitable
for the best city rat all trade.
Samples and catalogues now ready.
WILLIAM KKNNELLTU SHF.Kll'FTt AUCT10NRRR,
will sell at auction at Exchange balesrooiu, 111 Br idway,
on Tuesday, March 14, 1S7H the valuable Busieexs Fmperty
N?t. 219 213 and 21TCaaal st ; (heas are all five "t ry
brown stoue buildings, with besementt, sabcellars, hoittwsys.
Trench plate windows, Ac.; No. 219 Is the hunoua
Cantor Oyster House, the oldost oyster stand lu the elty,
being nearly 90 years nstabllahed on the present site; It Id
rented for three years from May 1, 1*70, at $2,<?*> per year;
this Is a rare chance ; No. 218 Is a flue new hulhting, plat*
glass windows, is 44x09 feel, more er less; rented at a furniture
warehouse lo ono of the largest firms la New York for
thrse years from May 1 1H7H, at IBI.JOO par annum; No. 217
Is also suitable for Dirnltnre, unholeterv, Ac., this syrel being
tho acknowledged centre for this business j s large portion
ot the purchase money may remain on bond and mortgage.

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