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M The price of the Herald Una been reduced lo three cents per copy. 85a ?> -I' AV.?AS FIRST CI.ASfl LAUNDRESS; '/food clljr reference. 870 nil AV. A Kb V 'AA H LR WOM A N TO OO wanking; w ould pro out by (he ditjr; bent reference*. 1 fiP-l VO A V., Til I KM FLOOR.?AS FIRST CLAM* Jl?v/X*Jl?nndr?.4E; Ave yniri' roferttco. ^ ?< ! <.*?>?. iW;*. The price of the lleroUl htis been reduced to three cents per oipy, IESt h l \ UKSF Kl'TA B L R PI IOT KSTA NT firl m.n ?mr*o or cbMmbArniaid; tirnt clans cltjr reference. (j fKLL sr \ TOI M. OIRU n. TO TAJC1 0AH8 l/ol children and mnko bornalf fpruarally metal. U Bast 4-'l> ST \ uh.O'i r i AKLK Vol N(1 OIHL AN t/uame; can take full charrre of a baby and bring it up on Iho txitite ; good reference from I oat place. U to AV. A FlS>IKSr \\ r WOMAN r<> TARE CARE t/of a ciiiId from ita birth: willing to make herself nscftil; lily relorenre. WWhRT 4NTif NT.?-AS COMPETENT NURSE TO one or two Miiall children; ia capable to amdit a lady ill Ireaaing and in Uu> earn of her wardrobe. Can be seen where die haa lived. 1 O KANT :i3D sT.?AMK HI (J AN WOM AN AN CHILD'S LOnuree and seanistreaM, heat city refereuce from 1 net place. t*all or addremt. Of* KANT SttTH ST.?A YOUNG GIRL AN NURSE; NO wVJobjection to ctiamberwotk ; good city refereuce. Can be seen for two days. H Ks rKit NT.. FIRST FLOOR.?A YOUNO WO Overman imb.v three weofc.-* ola, m ? wcv?n a? wet our*? in a reepect anke family; is healthy and turn plenty of rnllk, and willing and obliging Inquire for Mr*. LKNNON, for two day*. AO 3D ST.. NKAK Ji) AV.?A TKAINKD NURSE u, place in a hospital or to attend a sick lady; no fhjection to travelling; nndendands her business perfectly; beat reference. 4 o park a v.?a kksrkctarlk pkkson as jl ?jnurNc ; understands entire management of a baby from Ita birth; experienced in sirknew*; sdx years' referenco !roin pre ho nt employers. Can he soon for two days. 19 WKST 1STII ST.-A YoUNO GIRL, LATELY landed, ita iiurae ami plain sewer. Call lor two days. 5t> BAitKOW ST., HF.AK.?A RESPECTABLE UER wn ui jrlrl tu talis earn of one nr two small o.ildren aud in cnainherwork In it small Amsricaii faintly. n l LKkOY ST., SECOND FLOOR, ROOM 10?AS L#*TexDerleiired Infant's nurse; knows all the care of ba tons iron; mnir birth: several years' reterenoe Irom the South, als" the best city reference. )lndy wishes to procure a situation lor a nurse to take chervenl .ta infant; she is n Protestant. 'XT' >1. (PRESENT EMPLOYER'S).?A V? I I ruins;unt American girl as nurse, prefers to take tare ot growing children, but willing to make herself gen 76 KING ST.?A YOUNG P ROT KSTA NT GIRL AS name, or chambermaid and wuitrcMt. 7 A WEST :>.*!) ST.. OORNKH ATM AV., FIRST I *XTflttt iover drug store).?As nurw to an Invalid; would to south; is it dressmaker; or would take entire charge of Ihildren; city reference. Mrs. DAVIS. 78 U1V1NOTON ST.?A YOUNG GERMAN III RL as nurse in a small family. 120* LEWIS ST.?A GERMAN flIRL AS M'RsK I seamstress; is williug aud obliging. Call on nr UldresN Mrs. GRANT. 124 WKST 24TII ST.?A YOUNG PROTESTANT girl to miud ebllilrnn and make herself generally 1V<1 KAsT ?',0T,|I ST. THIRD KLOOU.?A RE '/apectxbie, competent Protestant girl as nnrse and leaiusirvss; willing and obliging ; live years' reference. 9(1 WEST 4'.ITf 1 ST.?A RESPECTABLE OIRL A3 I r/nurse to a baby or growing children, ur would do tne plininberwork and waiting; five years'city reference from last place. Address. ] | n EAST -liTU ST . TOP FLOOR.?A RE8PECT 4 st "able Protestant yuung girl as nurse ; willing to raako ; vonng girl as nurse ; willing to raako liorseil useful. 1 '"?< i WEST .-.2D ST.-A REHPECTABLB YOUNG l?/Wcirl as nurse nnd to do plain sewing; can operate on it heeler A Wilson uiaclilno; uo objection lo the country; beet city reference. mWBtrr 2 -Til hT.?A RB3PBCTABLE YOUNG girl to take ol children and sew or assist with chain berwork ; best city relorenre. Ol I I WEST 3nrH ST., STORE.-A RES PECTABLE ?-i" * xyouiig girl as competent nurse or chambermaid and waitress, in city orcoantry; excellent eity reference. *711/ " 1 ?tuai?a tuuno utiti, as CHILD'S .Jt' I nurse; would do baby's washing; good city reler 21 1 two days. 248 KAfiT ?)TII ST.?A YOtJXG GIRL tak? euro of children ; go<>deit.y rQlcrence. 27 30 311 32 332 b'JQ wis 29TH ST (RING THB FOURTH BKL OOO-A rnspccinhle young girl >ih ctiilU's nurse on hi burni.*m1 sn<i waitress; lour yenrs' reference. Q J I #BN1 ?' TH SI. Till! I) I LOOK.?A RKSPE fix In'mp vounu vtoiuan to take car? of children and tr piMi.i Bvauit; or chamborwork and sewing; beet city *V? 4r,i -.1 W ".ST is-rii ST.?A YOUNG OKIOMAN PKiifi tent girl as nurse and rhambermald; city refercncr JfMi ST 11 AV (PRESENT EMPLOYER'S).?A Tllt'ipsetsMs woiiian as nurse and plain sewer; r.'loreuce. i all for two days. 519 537 7t>3 829 So go a short distance out or tba city Address Mrs. WIL EON. R Jo- WEST -'4TII HT.-A COMPETENT. TRUST W'worthy young woman as first class waitress; unques tionable city reference froin last employer. ? 14 319. MlsctUnneoaa. The price of the Herald has been reduced to three cents per copy. ~l WKBT KJTIt ST?A MIDDLB^AQRD WOMAN TO X wall en sa Invalid or young ladies; eaa do plain aewlng; Erst claas city rrlerauca. Can ba seen for two days, from 12 till 4, WEST SSTIl ST?A YOUNO GIRL AS CHILD'S C WKST B5TK3T.-A YOUNG COLORED GULAll tjnurse and chambermaid; good reference. 91K EAST f.llTIl ST.?A MOST RESPECTABLE I Uyonug girl as child's nurse, and is willing lo assiet in eliMinhoi work ; best city rnlerotice. 99(1 WEST KITH ST.?A YOUNG GIRL AS NORSE; WuUcan do plain sewing; good referouoe. ,VB8T 10Tn sT -A YOUNG UIRL AS CHILD'S jic??Jnur.o or would do wailiug in a small family. Call 911 WKST 2JD ST.. UKAB?AN AMERICAN LADT W I i a baby to nurse on til the bottle; will take it fr'ra t rtli; lerras moderate. Call on or address Mrs. DAVIDSON. 919 east 4i.vr st.-a protkstant girl as |/T course ; understands the care ol children; ;!}? yeais' telnrenoe Irom last plaee. *)~\A WEST 37TH Sr.-AS COMPETENT NURSE AND ad' /Osesmstresa; aapable of taking charge of au lul.iut troui birth; can come well recommended. 0\7 WEST 18T1I st.-a" MIDDLK-AGBD ger e'' I man girl to take care of children in an Amoiic.in nlly; liest city reference. WEST A',Til ST.?AN EXPERIENCED, TRCST ?'' " "worthy English Protestant as nurse and seamstress; no objection to iho country ; aood relarenco. Cull for two days. 7 WKST IV1TII ST.?A RESPECTABLE GIRL TO I mind clilldrcn; willing and obliging. *><!'> EKOOMB ST.-AS COMPETENT N; ltSK AND r/wseamsiress; capable of taking Hi urge of an Infant Irom birth; best reference. Address s, P. - EAST 37TII ST.?A RESPECTABLE GIRL AS C/nnrse and seamstrvas; city reiereuee. EAST 2HTII ST.?A YOUNG AMERICAN GIRL, IB years, to mind a baby or to do light housework. 7 EA.ST3?rii ST.-A YOUNG WOMAN AS NUKSK I and seamstress; ean operate on Wheeler A Wiieon'5 ???wing machine. Call or address. 3911 west itr11 sr.-a respectable young md O w. man as wet nurse, with a lri-h breast of milk. ss wet nurse, with a ire^h breast ol milk. ejoTi BAST iTfli >f., STUYVE.-ANT 8QUAKK *yej" / (present employer's;.?A ladv wishes to obtain a good place. In city or country, for her nurse, ?s chamber uianl and nurse, or thumbermald and wnslior; is willing, strong and trustworthy. EAST 22l? ST.?A YOUNG GIRL AS NURSE or chambermaid; best city reference. Call or ad %| i R east ;hst st -a RP.spkctable girl" 4/X ?'a).oiit 1 ?. lo lutud children and make herself useful; Best city n ,efcnce. EAST BOTH ST.-A RESPECTABLE YOUNG CT I mar-i'd woman as wet nnrse in a decent family; baby three weeks old. Adders. ADVERTISER. *1 17 1ST AV., IN THE STOltK.?A COMPETENT *1 t I girl as uurso; ia w illing and obliging; lour years' reference, (all lor two day a A Hi' WEST ifl.Tlf ST.-A "PKOTEHTANT GIRL AS Tir'/Un.ir.e . is a g.K?d sewer; can do all kinds of em broidery ; best reference. WESI 44TI1 ST. TO GO OUT BY THE DAY', *4" 'Oto nur-e oi to do general housework and sleep at homo; best fflly reference. ri ?> WE-.f 44TII ST.-A TOUNO AMERICAN GIRL. UlotiEtil I J. w rliiM'i ssiw or to do light housework; preiers to slaep a. A.erie. Ca.l au or address liEK 11:1]On. ot:i av -a res me table girl as nurse ?od wjoiirm; beaa eity ra fore Doe. :1D AV (RING BELL)?AN EXPERIENCED intaoP* uursi' and seamstress; good city reference. 5157X11AV' .^KT" K1";N 30TH AJ"' 8,*T [?spec I able Prolettsnt woman to take charge of an lulanl or growing cbildrcu; best city reference. aTH AV~A NLAf. T1DV YOUNG GIRL AS "/t/rAiiursi'; is very fond of children and can do ptamoew ing. will assist with ebamberwork . good reference. 3D AV?A KKBPECTABLK YOUNG GIRL TO take care of children. 1ST AV.?A YOUNG GIRL AS NURSE AND seamstress. L. OI1RKLANDER. 11 4>- 21) AY.?A YOUNG AMERICAN WOMAN .1 -JCLis wet nur,o ; baby seren wceka old ; no objecuon RESPECTABLE WOMAN AS WET NURSE; BABY LOve weeks old. Address M. F.. hex 140 llerald office A SWEDISH PERSON (PROTECTANT). FROM Geneva, desires a situation as manl, or to take eare of ercwu children . six years' rrlerence. Address G., box 110 Tlerald Udiowii Branch office. ESPKt TABLE WOMAN Wlrll FRESH BREAST OP milk as wet aura*. Address B. L., box 213 Herald office. YY altrrKM H. dir. 1EA8T 40TH ST. (PRESENT EMTLOYER'S).?AS | enrapeteut waitress. ltll WKST 40TH ST.-A RKSPBCTABLE YOUNG 1^'Xgirl in a priests family ax Aral class waitress. Is willing to do ebamberwork; first class city ro'erenco. .? WKST 28TI1 ST.-A TOUNG GIRL TO DO UMwailing or ebamberwork and fine wmablng; city ref erence. CM I 7TH AV.-A YOUNG GIKL AS FIRST CLASS Lo* waitress; no objectloa to boanHog boaso; clay ref prondpv * ?1 - EAST 2STII ST.-A YOUNG AMERICAN GIRL Ia? waitress in a private boarding hooae ; would take ?ntire clierge of illniog room, or aedat with ehsmberwork; best city reference. EAST 21ST~ ST.?A tOBt. OOMfWfitt "waitMae; best city relerenc* Call oo address. 3D AV.?A PROTESTANT GIRL AS WAITRESS 794 or w nl trots ami oh am boi at old Ik a smalt fkmlly; tlirce years' oily reference. 1 iiti atiosi wasted?kkjiai/i;k. The ] trice of the Herald law been reduced to time cents per copy. Itrrllu K.AST ^'T11 ST- (PRESENT employer's)?as ' il.Uy a malil, In Brooklyn or New York; bail reference. 1 A'-t_W.E.ST :w<TH ST.?A YOUNG GIRf. AS KITCHEN I r tsuiim ?r to do hoim^work ; best reference from la?t ! place. m Til AV.. TOI- FLOOR.?A FRENCH LADY IN a good lamlly to make hereelf generally useful; rel '>V>X MTfl RT.-a FRENCH GIRL TO OO TO -'California *" lady's maid or take care of grown c|ij|. Oren. Address tor ono week. 'Vt'i J*' EST i-tril ST.-A Y O t' N O > R K N C11 lil fi77, 9 speak* French, Oerinan aoii English, aa lady't maul or to take charge ol growing children. Vr" AV. I'UOMf EMPLOYBJt'eX?A WKLl , "educated I'arlalaii ai compnnlon to a lade or to take S'arra of children and Itiatruct them. A LADY DESIRES A piISIIION AS ASSISTANT matron in an Institution, or to take charge of linen or storeroom in a hotel, or hn companion to a lad? : no obloc 1 * welting. Address .*>. KLLIS, Station L PJtBNtiH FSMOV is 5555555 Of OBTAIK1IHI # maid or itur*e; . Herald Uptown ; A T T * in i/r.sjivHi wr a position to go to Knrope either aa lady's maid or nurse; Is a good sailor. Addresa NURSE. hoi 181 | Branch oSUa. Intelligent!- Oflires. C^OOKK. NURSES, Oil A SI BE KM AIDS. LAUNDRESSES /and girls :o do general huusowork. Clinton place, cor ner Mercer st. I'llUFEShlOYALSIT'I A I'lOAS WAYTKU _ EESIAI.ES The price of the Herald has been reduced to three cents jter copy. A Lady recently fro* Paris uivbk lessons ?^r?ncJ!; would accept a position as housekeeper. fcUUENlK, Iferaid Uptown office. ArMNCH L.VDV. WH'i SI'KaKS ?1KilMAN UO K reclly. withe* ? place a* tfov*rue?M ;u a family; beet ref erence a. Addreae B. 8., box 220 Herald office. \ YOUNG LaDY~f FOREIGNER), PIANIST OF'hTgH J\ standing, graduated and experienced teaclier ul modern lauoiiagea, wlslies ru-engag.uieiit as visiting governess in school or lamlij; also private lassona; highest city re Or cnet s Address I" ioix 126 Herald office. A LADY INSTRUCTS LADIES AND CHILDREN ALL *"'W ?n,l polished branches orally. PLEASANT 8 III 1)1 K.*?, Herald office. A you.no lady, graduate, as cashier or clerk ; city reference. Call on or address CASH IE h I 345 East .'I4lli st. A LADY vyiI.L EXCHANGE ENGLISH, FRENCH and mnsle for board; privsttn taniily. In the city; refer : fucas. Address O. N. Y.. Herald Uptown office. A young "LaDY UAPAKI.KOF TEACHING ENG ! a VRsn. rreneli and music, desires a position as visiting or residonl governess. Address .Miss M., ?J75 fitb av. HE LP W V\ TK L)?KEM Al, IE ~ The jtrice of the Iferald has been reduced to three cents per copy. A STE A I) Y P lit ITKSTANT QIBL FOR GENE RAL housework. 187 WstHttii st. A PROTESTANT WOMAN WANTED TO COOK, WASU and in.II injt small private family. 18 East 2tlh st. An active, enterprising lady, who can and will talk business among her friends and acquaint I ancck from 4 to 6 hours each day ; liberal salary. __ f'UM MINH8, 17 Bond St.. upstairs. 1 YKKSSMAKERS WAnYkD-GOOD WAIoT AND SKIRT J r makers; first class hands. Apply at basement door AH I Jlrovoort place (10th st.) ; also ati operator on 8ii?frer's ma cnine. /NOVBRNEH8 WANTI-7d?A LADY FULLY CAPABLE VI ol Instructing children In tho higher English branches amf'J ' *f) Wo*' ?",'h ?t.. New Y'ork. between 12 Trustworthy ladies^and gentlemen will A have private copying work, paper directions soot them, with remuneration 2(k\ i?er folio, by torwardini; S3 deposit I'Tlxtter only, to J. GOLDSMITH. Agent, 225 East 10th St., WAN'SD-FIRST CLASS ~ LAUNDKEsS. $12: kllrhcn girl. ftt. Apply basement, 10 to 12, 273 5th av. \VANTED-A HERMAN GIK1, TO COOK, WASH AND ' ' lr"n Apply. V- nil cil v reference, at 218 West 50th st WANTED-A COMPETENT LAUNDRESS; IHTY KKK e re nee required. Apply at 37 East 30th St., Tuesday from l(l to 12 o clock. WANT ED-IN A~PrTVaTK FAMILY. A GIRL TO ff do general housework. Inquire, with reference, from i 9 to 12, 32H West Mst at. "U'ANTKll-TWO AMERICAN GIRLS FOR THE i ?? storeroom ol a hotel; sisters, and thoso with some ex- ! Vtiir prelorrcd Address, stating age sod references, ' HOTEL*, box 182 Herald Uptown office. WANTED?A E Eil GIHL lODO GENERAL llOUSK work for a family of throe; must bo a pood cook, ?*'ui,\r_ a.u<* "Oitor; city rofereneo required. Apply ut 158 w est 11 tli st. \V A NTH D- HO U S E K EE PER AND .COMPANION": ?Y coinpetent; nlghly respectable; well educated. Ad dress II. li., llcraUl office. WANTED?V PROTESTANT Q^MAN~OR SWEDISH ! ?V girl for geueral housowork; must be a good washer aod I ironer ana plain cook. Apply at 113 East tilst ut. I WANTED-A WOMAN FOR GENERAL HOUSE- I W"T?. Apply, with reference, at No. 832 Kust Mid st.. WANTKD-A PROTESTANT WAITRESS AND CHAM- ! bermald, with best city relerenoc. Call before 12 at 45 I I wost Wth st. I UTANTHlt-A GOOD LAUNDRESS TO A8HI8T WITH t "* Jhnmoerwork; reference required. Call between? and 2 o dock at 1 'Jf i W est 4*nh st \\rANTED?A SEAMSTRESS ItY THE WEEK. WHO 3 f' vi^t'aSJhst ,er * machine. Apply ai | W ANTED-A WOMAN ^ircbflKING AND HOUSE I ?? work; must be a good hrsiid maker and liave cRv rep | erenr-. Apply between it and 2 o'clock at 141 West 4}ld st. WANTED?A YOUNG GIRL AS NURSE AND TO SEW. ( ull at 228 V\ est 8VHh hL I \I7ANTKD-A GOOD WET NURSE. 675 LEXINGTON i j ?? ??., coowf Alitk it Wanted-a protkstant cook, washer and I , Irenef; must lisve city referonco. Call at 131 East dtitli I St., before .1 o clock. I TENANTED?A LADY OK GOOD ADDRESS AND i ?r some oxperlcnee In business, to show engravings and i Apply lifter 10 o'clock at IIKSS A Mc- ? DAvITrW. 2 Bond si. Up stain. II'ANIK" -KIRSr Cl.vss OLOAE FINlSliERS; | ? f steady work snd good prices. 8GS Kroatlway. YI'amed-kikst "LASS RMHKOIDIRBM OS I ft fine chenille and silk work; permanent situations mII Brauchofflcc ''"' * re,errnco-J- llemld Uptown i ! W ANTED-rr FRENCHWOMAN A8 LADIES' MAID; i igaTdfW8jgldty nhrne^ ^? '0 m* j i WANTKD-A COMPETENT CHAMBERMAID AND I ( ff n aiire*s; Mwede or (?rr man preferred ; best city refer- ' cure rsqdrsi Call at 89 West :mtli St. from 10 to II A. M. . WiiT5?"5I A F UK NCI I MAN COOK AND AS ' ' ehetlna club or private family; nuexeeptlonahle ref- I erence. Address < IIhi. Herah. Uptown Hrancli office. 1 V\'ANTBD?A GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK; MUST BE j av wnsher and iroi>er, with crood reference. 816 bth | 1 ST ^ASTNoTIIST _WAXTKD. A GIRL TO DO I required"^eral hnnsework In a private fsrnlly; city relorenee ' A BXPERIKNGEDCLTiaiTfIMBIIERN WANTED- i s'JVIt mt class hands enn make Tram $12 to $18 per i JMTl A'i'lONS W ANTED- tlALKs. ^ The price of the Herald, has been reduced to j three rents per espy. youth.Tk ykarsTiFage, respectable ap- 1 pearaticc, si-eks a situation in some Ikualtieas bouse where t no could lie useful: would also take charge of the office ? I Herald office?' b"' f'tT rerereuc"- Address YOUTH, I ACoMPKTh.NI' MAN WISHES A SITUATION AS | nurse or attendant to a sick or invalid irciitlctnan; no | yl\)rrt,OD.t> travel; good reference. Address H. B. B 828 I \l ost 54th st. '* j I A SAW HAVING SOME YKARV experience ah MAN.'K^mT iTe'raw'oriiee.* Address WATCH- | A YOUNG GERMAN WANT* A SITUATION AS POR- i ter or take an other place where be can make himself Brooklyn A DKRKNTHAL, No. 30 Webetor place. South Arks peot able hoy. agrd 17. wishes a situ. ntlou to make hlmsell iiM-ful In k private family ? excel I cut referonce. Address J. ,1. Herald office. A DINNRK WAXTMR WANTS SITUATION; Uil? I ^Yspeetahlo well recommended young German. Address A., box 111 Hrr:tld office. A VOUNG MAN OK CONSIHEKABI.K KXPKRL , 1\ once deslret a situation In bar. restaurant or chop house - competent to take - utlro charge; good reference. Address' A. M., 648 Broadway. A~YOU.NO MAN .COLORED. WISHES A SITUATION ?* Walter, (.all at.Vo West 2>lth st., tup (lour. A FIRST CLASS SPANISH .MALE COOK DKSIRES A situation; beet city reference. Apply, 1,270 Broadway. A YOUNG MAN WISHES A SITUATION?SPEAKS I reach Md Kuwllsh ; last emplovmcnt In a grocery store. ^kfidrcMEefl LIC'8, Herald Uptown Branch office. A young Man ro make himself gknerauTy ^Vnsclul In a respectable family; good reference. Address b.. Ilcmld Uptown Branch office. A PERSON CALLING O^ STORES KOI! THE PAST rears would like to add to li la business sample tea ?Bood A Y('rN,i ?ARRIKI> MAN, AMERICAN. WANTS e *-work; willing to make himself uaeltil In store or ware house. ??H Greenwich st. A RESPKCTABLK COLORED MAN AH WAITER; boarding house ; (Irst class elty reference. Celt 147 Writ *41(1 si., rear. A. RihLV. IJ A KKKKPEK'S SI ri'ATIoN WANTED?BT \ RBLF ilnire "n; ? ?" A,1,,ro," A ?.. box 143 Herald /tOUHIER-A GENTLEMAN RECENTLY RETURNED ai^ilmi?,^? Wl J (?r his courier with e family going to Kuixtfie. or es relet with a single geillle been'ln hls*imoi .i reeommf rtdutlons. lie having made the LvT.^. V <""hr which time he has hi rI5e ?w^Aes the asual travels ?ay ..dTistlrf xr.'Y.,ikU"*[ W] '"V" rA NNBPEpTABLE YOUNG MAN, WITH jgjff. assr m ?ssssjurSb' Sij2IA,T1?N *A.VTKD-Hy X COLORED MAN_1n^ OAm alMS prlvste family or besrdlna house ; nut been In 180 Greene st.' r"*"",k HRNJAMIN BARnVh. OITUATIflN WANTED IN T1IK C1TT OR conNTRT ktby a middle aged eiugle, aooer man to take ears or Herald Hffi!-e ? F'-^lF- Address J. H .bux lfW QfTuXnON W A NT*I??H T~ A Nk* r Kc Fa 111,K COL. Oornd man as waiter ev eneehman , goed relerene# from last plare Addrraa L B . Ilerald Uptown office. ?jfir AMTflD?BlA UKSPKCTASLK 5'f) UNO ~MaN A ?f sltnatiea as valet or to attend in an Invntld gentle man i gawd reference. Addrcm hex 112 Herald offlc* VV 137 h?rv?. H ITU ATIO VH WAirrBD-K A i.K S. TaMTWT'?h? A' Vf>T?N*IY MAS. A HTI'aTIAN oV ?ny Un l; city of country Apply 415 Wsst*t<th*t. M K*i'T iwii st.?a imnm i) max wants a porter's place or to work In kitchen or take cere or hors??. - ifil AV.-A COLORED MAS AS WAITER OR machntn lor a doctor. . CUCKKti a ai) - t i.KS JIKM. Tim price cf 11m llerald lias been reduced to three rents per copy. __ ~T~ VOUXtnjUJ. AGED l" II ST GRAD UATED. DK" iV?lre? a portion In a wholesale house; writes a plain legible hand and can give -atl.inriory reference. Address EDWARDS, box 2IX? liera'd office. A BOOKKEEPER. Win I OAS SECURE a Aco.nl position in a wb lesale provision honeetinnSCA tulilUhod; irourity for monoy. Addreae U. box 14i> Herald ofllee . _ A SITUATION WANTED?BY A Y'll'NO MAS. 34 Ayears of axe; exporieiued bookkeeper: understands dry good*; willlug to do aiiytlilui:; aalury, f< per wees. Address L. L. D. llerald office. "a SITUATION WASTED- IS A MAKIJWARK AND Aliouselurnishlns store, by a young niun of 18. wlio wl*hes to acquire a knowledge of tbe basinets: good penman and competent bookkeeper; salary no object; references Al. Address HARDWARE. 33lJ-:ast litth st. "a YOUNG ENGLISHMAN. WHO 18 AN EXPBRI Aeucedcorrospoiideut. a pood, rapid peomati. writes and speaks French and German, and taiuiliar with office routine, is anxious to obtain any positlou in a mercantile moderate salary; unexceptional roferenre? iroin l.irerpool ?ud Now York lirum. Addrtw M. II., llerald office. RUGGISTS.?A GRADUATE OK P. O. P.. ? YKAR8' experience, desires a good situation; best relereneo. Address W. ll. V.. Philadelphia College of Pharmacy. It' North inth St.. Philadelphia. D D RY GOODS 8Ai.KSlt.vN WANTED?AT CURRY'S. ;??l Stli av. - RfcSS GOODS SALESMEN WANTED. JAMES A. HEARS A SON. 775 Broadway._ DRUU~ CLERK'S SITUATION WANIED-l'EjtMA nent; or as rollef clerk; reference llrst elasa. Address K. OE I*, l.bl4 3d av. THIRST CLASo KL' RNlslUNG GOODS SALESMAN Jf wanted. Apply lo WARD'S. :tsl Broadway. _ 1-r?id?hiDA hotels.?A young man wiio isuon neete 1 with a large summer hotel desires a position Klorlda lor winter. Address G. II., 14> Lioertj St.. c.iti. TJK.NM AN.-SITUATION WANTED. IS lNsURANUK. 1 architect's or lawyer s offlce. where neat anil ornamental penmanship la required, by a young man, ary or by piocework ; can also copy plans; exielient rilcr encos. Address PENMAN. He raid olilec. - OITITATION WANTED BY A *Ot NO MAN. 18 Ovears of ase. who can give fSOor 810<> security it necce ?ary i? willing to begin low nnd work tiimsell up. Addro.s B. II., Imx 185 Herald Uptown Kronen. _______ TIT ANTED?RY A WELL-ESTABLISHED JOBBING W house, with superior ad v an I age s, two salCTfuen w I th first class trade, to -ell boots and sboes ln theW est nd Northwest; must bo temperate and reliable. Addiess 2.882 Boston. 117 ANTED?A SITUATION BY A YOUNG MAN IN A W wholesale store where ho can leant the business ; Is steady end sober. Address A. K. B., llerald nfilcc. WANTED?A SALESMAN AND MANAGER FOR A VV large retail clolhtng establishment; must lie compe tent and have large experience. " e expcrt" ?nee and salary. J. M-.J>ox W-' 11 erald office. W~ "aNTKD-A SALESMAN HAVING SPECIAL Ex perience In ribbon, and mlljtncrygood.tilt rc'al . Ad dress, statiuK experience and salnry, J. B.. box -17 llera <1 office. ? TIT ANTED?A SITUATION AS CLERK. SALESMAN VV or bookkeeper; no objection lo Southern or Western i? n t* 11 sk r it Id I T or uuvkuv?)"'' ? . Stktes. P. C. C., Herald office _ TXT ANTED?A SITUATION, RY A VOINCi MAN.1U W years of age. in some good husineei house, to learn the business; can r.tcr to n,y last employer; ob ject. Address J. B., nils W illougliby av.. Brooklyn. UrikTHD SALESMEN. TWO IN NEWI YORK I ITY VV and thioo for New York. New Jersey bnd PenmyW.nl.. busiuoss plosHsiit, .perinauunt onu no pcddllj g. ? month, hotel and trs vc I ling o * !>?? ?";.. u pivv' Til ? ktsnip, MONITOR MANUKACTUR1M. iOMlANY. Cln einnull. Ohio. _ __ ? ? ANTED? DRUG CLERK. TO ATTEND A RETAIL VV store lour or live huurs a (lay. r? dices and salary expected. X. 1 .. JO Catharine it. _ TLf ANTED?-BY AN IMPORTING KAN C Y" GOODS VV bouse, a salesman; must be acquainted with the sta tionery trade; state name of last e!I,p'^erJTT n0PvP tY' lsrs. salary wanted, Ac., Ac. Address STATIONER!, lleruUl office. ?? TEfANTKD?BY AN EXPERIENCED TRAVELLER. A VV commission for corsets or any similar goods; New York Stat. Address B. C.. box lt? llerald office. Tl> VNTKD-A DOUBLE ENTRY BOOKKEEPER, ONE VV mat under lands It thorooglily tor a short t mc; state ?alary. Address FLOUR AND [ ERD. jlcenld office. \\TANTKIy?A SITUATION AS GROCERY CLERK, VV purter or packer; wages *7 per week. Address al TUA TION, Jersey Cltv Post office. X\r vNTKD-A YOUNG MAN. AGE AllOBT 21). AS AS VV sistaut boonkoeper; must he quick nnd co""' ^va ores Address. With rail particulars In own writing, v A CANCY. box 1,424 Poet office TAT ANTED?YOUNG MEN. /EDM 17 TO -lYKARS W old who have some knowledge of dry poods. JOsEI 11 O'BRIEN A CO.. 151 to 159 Atlantic ar.. Brooklyn. WANTED?TWO OR THREE GENTLEMEN OP good liusiness address and ability, to take orders. Ap ply et ouco to GEORGE 110BSON. l4 Murray st. up stalls. ANTED~A MAN WHOSE ACQ Al STANCE in THE hardware line Is entirely In Texae. Address T. A B., llernld ofllee. i-/wv CASH PAID TO ANY PERSON PROCURING ?OUUa pood position In a bank or Insurance cumpai.y tor the advertiser; stock taken; reference nnd security given. Address L. L., llorald Uptown ofllee. ~COACHMBS AND UlYUDEJiERS. v The price of the Herald lias been reduced to three cents per er/py. YOUNG-MAN WISHES A SITUATION AS COACH jVnian and groom in any place where be can make himself generally uncial; understands the rare and treatment <j| fiorses and harness thoroughly; understands "V" kinds of coaclies and carriages; ciin milk and tend furnace. iiiuUmUodi* llio c?ro of ft K?ntlemftn * renidenco in the country or a private place in the city; Is willing and obUg^ Ing; can turn u hand at anything; can speak German . has reference as to honesty, capability and sob.-ietv, ,\"dt",h(' above. Call on or address, tor three days, J. a.,-I andJJ East 12th st. (Brown's livery stnble)^ RESPKCTABLB COLORED MAX WISHES A SIT nation as eoaehman. Address his present employer. W. H. B.. Irving Savings Rank, tkl Warren st. GENTLEMAN WANTS A SITUATION KOK HIS eoaehman; single; nnderstands gardening, milking and care ofrnrnace; willing to msto himself generally oaotol. moderate wages. Address WILSON. n?hn su. ln stora. *nrCOAOilMAN-BY A MARRIED MAN; STEADY. A goon driver, having had 2tl years' experience; ov or two years' good reference. Addrc-s J. It.. East Lit It >U TV COACHMAN.-A SORER. FAITIIKUL AND MOHT | Acompetent man, who enn tarnish nni|nallflcd rocom mo:,nations from his two last employer, for ten years. Ap- I ply, from 10to 12 o'clock, at 18 Won JOth st. *T GERMAN (MARRfEp) AS ?'"AUHEAK AXD ; _/\.nfoom ; experienced In r?i?inK nnd breftkiujr coUs. will- , ing nnd obliging; country preferred; 12 years reference from last employer. Addiess I'. P.. box 127 Herald office. *4 coach.tiAN'Tsiru mox wanted;" is single Aand uiidvrstnnds tho business thoroughly; will be gen ernlly ns'-fal; very beat references. Address G. G., box left li e raid office. _ i ~k YOUNG CO I At RED MAN AS COACHMAN ; GOOD j A reference. Call at 25S W kit l.itll St. I A RESPECTABLE MAN AS COACHMAN; THOR- . ouchlv competent and not afraid ot work; hlghlv rpc ommended. Addres. COACHMAN, box 140 Herald Op town Brnneh nflico. ' A 8*COACHMAN AND GARDENER ; WIKB AS UOOK Aand laundress; low wages; city relereucc. Call on or address REARER. 142 *\ est -bill rt. 1 k S COACHMAN, KIRST CLASS; Till! E E YEARS* Aflrst class reference trnm last employer. Addres, COACHMAN. 86 Went 21Hh st. SITUATION AS COACHMAN AND GROOM?BY one who can fnrnith six years' reference from hi* late employer, where he can bo seen ai 71 and T-i Thmnaa st. Tagacilman-singleT will~re found willino I /.nd trustful; city or country: four to seven years'city reference Csll or on address r.lOMAS, 111 West :t4th St. FnoACH MAN'S SITU A I'ION WaNTKD-RY A RB Lfspertable yonng man; country preferredl; best city refer ence. OlV on or address Mil HALL. No. 1 - W oat 4Sdjtl. CAO VCllMAN AND GROOM SINGLE YOUNG MAN; -/understands horses thoroughly; can milk, tend furnace ?nd be generally u?ef?l. accustomed to city, country; llvo year," reference. Address W.. box 224 llerald ofllee. /AOACHMA.N WANTED?V " MARRIED" MAN, WIIO \ Ginderstand* the cire of horses, carriages, fwrnao. -n0 to make lilm.elf genernllr useful about a gentleman s maei Wly to JOI1N IUGGINS, :.2 M est 14th st. ,before D A M L or address I',. M ALLEY, New Haven. Conn. ABM~SITUATK)N" WANTED-MARRIED SCOTCH man; wife as cook and lanndreea; good reference. Ad dress 114 1Mb av. IN LAX - V " COMPETENT ' Ki.AX SCIIf'IIER FROM 1 Uriand'wnntaailtuatlou. JOSEPH MARTIN, 83HStl> av.. New York. _ _ _ C, ardENEB'B SITUATION WANTED BYr SCOTCH Tman aud wilo: no family; wife Is good cook or laundress; nnderstands all kind* of gardening. Call on or adore** B. CAVE.S, 12 OortUndl St.. New York. GARDENER OR FLORIST?BY A SINGLn MAN altb long experience in commercial tlorirulture and private garueniug P. T.. he. 124 llerald office WAN TED-A SITUATION BY A RKHPBCTABLM rnlorffid ii.an mr roftchmMii or irronm ; can (urnbli ?oou retrrenees from last eroployor. Address W. W , 14 Mi nelta it _____ ANTED-A SITUATION AS COACHMAN AND groom hy a rrotesiant slagle man; best ot relereneo be given. Address J J., care of It. Campbell,.iO Wt enn 4th ftv TirANTED?A SITUATION BY A SINGLE MAN AB VV eoeeliman snd gardener and to make himself generally useful around the house, will i f found willing and obliging; tit vears reference from his last place: no objections to any part ef the ecunIry. Please addfcs. J. K.. box 109 Herald office. ? CnTED-A SITUATION. BY A YOUNG MAN WHO ha* been tear years in cavalry regiment In Germany, as coachman or to attend to horses. Address O. A. G., 7 Bat tery place. New York. . fir ANTED?A SITUATION A. COACHMAN; KIK8T W class man ; three years' rcferenco Irotn present employ er $8fi Mad icon av ? HEI.P WAY TEH- J? ALES. The jiriae of the Herald has been reduced to three cents per copy. TngSuTS T0RKI8H AND ROMAN BATHS. 61 LEX Aington ??.. wants a cashier; also young men to loaru bftiMnjr. . N irffTE MAN OK GOOD ADDHR8S FOR OUT AisfVrdWk NEW YORK BOOK CO.M'BRN. 7 War ? en ?t.. fourth floor, 11 to 8. A OBNTLKktAN. ABOUT 3D YKARS OK AfiK, FOR A St., sscwnd floor. A RUBRER SHOE PACKER WANTKD-KULLY CA Apable of manegtng the department in * '*"?*?' Addres*. personally er ny letter, on Tuesday 01 weilnesday, from 2 lo 4 o'clock. MOpRHOOBfe. 96 "?*' k OOOD WAITBR WANTED-AT 141 AV. D. IIKLP W A JfTE ft-BAliK H The price of the Herald has been reduced to ! three cents per copy. ! a BUY WaNTED-IN AN OFFICE; HURT BE A | Afi'il writer; wagea, #1 per wee*. Addreaa A. M. 31.. box I 123 Herald office. ? ? - I 'a OoOlT OYSTKRMAN WANTED?WITH $3110 OK - P?t??>r or on 1 1)1 )V WANTED-OVER HI YRa'CS old. for COL- j I J)leitiug and office work: wage, ft P? week: mua???a bright and active, re?lde with lila parent" andahile ilo gl biffin'frt reference*. Promotion sure. Address, gWtoff name, ^ I age, reference*, Ac., F. X II., Herald ofllce. ___ tlXl'KHlKNi'RD BMUH08SBK AMD LAW COPYIST jjwaiited.?Inclose ?pwc inum* of handwriting i dices to room 10, fourth floor, KqoiUbl? Building, stall p , term*. Applicants are requested not to call In person uut 1 j sent for. - _ | /VooSTtKA C()N8t'MKl^~AGFaNT8 WAl^KD-?rK vTeial inducement*. THE (UNION TEA COMrAr Y, 148 t'hnmbers at. ____ I'vu'ndkvman wanted.?one who thor Jiui^hlv uuderntnndM the business and capable or taktnx , charge of help. Address, with reference. hAlHUKi, lierald office. _ j OFKICK BOY WANTED-TO MARK li IMSKI.F OBH orally useful; one acquainted with machinery or nara- j ware preferred. KMKKY^box 114 Uernld oBice. I O?rf0K BOY.?WANTED. A KKM'MJTaHLK. INTKL llgetit boy. of 14 or IS years, who lire* with^hls parents, for merchant'* utile ?; salary first year. oOpcr waek. Address, with particulur*. box 4,302 Post offlce. | PI KK TKAS.-AOKXTS WAXTKD EVERYWHERE TO ?ell to families, hotels and large consumers; largest sleek in the couutry; quality and terms the be.t. Couniry atore- i keepers should call or write. THE WKLLS TKA CO.. 201 Fulton at., between Church and ?.reenwlrh. Sew York. ^ QOLlCiTOBS OK ADVERTISEMENTS; I"API'.K UN yVxrepll'inablo, well entabll-died, with large eonotry cir culation. AlMirw boat 8.731 Poet aRw. iV^ANTKD-A WORKING HKAD WAITER AT A Y> lir?i data restaurant; muat mention the place where relereig'O can he obtained. Addreta MOUStB, Heruld office, Xrw York. ? f\7 ANTED-SKVKItAL BOOK CANVASSERS, WITn || ii littlo coin iion sense: honesty of purpoae with me ia of mora value tban previous TKRS. IS Dey at. Vl'AXTKD?ACTIVE Vol Nti MAN WHO UNUER II atauda the grocery business. Apply at SIN 3d at. iirASTBD-A CVrHOLIc" MAX ok good address Vt to aoll my new prayer books on weekly pwymenta; highest award at the Exposition. THOM AS KELLY, 13 Barclay st._ ?lVranTED?A~STR<>NO BOY; Ml ST RKSIDB NEAR Vl the .tore. 711 stli av. TYf A NTKD?A OOOD MALK ORDKll COOK. WHO VY Billy under.tanda making pnddlugs; also two good waller* Cedar^at. TlfANTKU?IN AN IMPORTING llOUSh. A SMART II boy, about 15 years old. who resides with his parent! and writes a good hand; aalary $2 .">0. Address J. K., bo* 204 llerald office. ?WANTED-A YOUNG MAN AS OY87KRMAN, WHO VY understand* cookire, and a boy to wait on table*. Ad dress uYHTKliM AS. i#JH West 23d el. TlTANTED-AN EXPERIENCED MAX AS SHAM 11 poovr in a bath house ; must have good references, in quire afur 9A. M. at l,2tW Broadway. ? WANTED?A VERY ACTIVE YOf.Nti MAN. KOR prneral office and .tore work; be.l refercncea reqnlred. Address M. U., Iierttld office. _ fir ANTED?TWO BXKRtSKTIO MEN OUT OK RM II ployment and obliged to work tor a IItIok. to work In New York city: our men make per week; reference re qnired. Apply to SIMPSON, OAl LT A CO., J.uiCourt at.. Brooklyn. \?r ANThd-Ta BOY." ABOUT 10 Y?ABB OLD. TO If wait at table and help with housework. S\ WfRlailhtt. ^Z THl-: TRADES. " ~ The price of the Herald has been reduced to three rents per copy. N ENOINJiKR WHO UNDERSTANDS HIS BUM Iienv want, omplovmont; will work for moderato wagea. Addroi RNOINRRK. box 332 Herald office. V Y(?UN(l MAN. WITH CONSIDERABLE OENIU8 Aand incchnnlcal .kill, haa thorough knowledge 01 bund ing liunlneaH Ctt, year. In architecture), wl.hei n *"??"'?? I wage, moderate: beat references. Addreaa K. F. WARD, I UW Central av., Newark. N. J. IBM5INEKK- OR FIRST CLASS KI RE MAN?HOTEL !j,,r factory: can do hi. own repair.: good city reference, Aditrc. D. ll Herald "ptown oflieo. mo .IKWKLLERS.?WANTED, A HOOD KINO MAKER J a ml a tir.t clan, poli.her; one accnstoined to diamond work. Apply to J. HEITNKR, 7?.r> Broadway. TO JEWELLERS.?WANTED. OOOD WORKMEN Apply to CIIATKLL1ER A gPENCK, HT.3 Broadway. WANTED?A FIRST CLASS CrSTOM CUTTER FOB li clnthinglone cornpctont to cot the best of work. -^PPiy to Ill Tt HINOS A BAILEY, ?4 und V? 4th at., Brooklyn, N. Y.. E. D. fir ANTED?A FIRST CLASS FOREMAN IN A WEST V\ cm trunk factory. Address, staling place of residence, TRUNKS, llerald ofllco. fV ANTED-tlOOD SHOEMAKERS: NONE BUT W good, nqnaro workmeu; plain work: abooa, fo -X); boota. 94; guarantee lull work the year around to men that will auit. R. ROBINSON. &I9 Oil re it., St. Loot.. Mo. VwrANTED-WOOD CUT PRINTER ON A WA8HINO nitmVPLAn-rEHORAY^O COMPANY. ?3 Duane at. KKEXCH ADVhKTl8EMENT8. TTNlf FIXlE KRANOAlliE DESIRE SK PLACER U comroo bonne d'onfani.: elle peat lournirde bunua. re ferancoa. K'adrcsaer au 3.13 East 40th ah, third bell, do 10 a 4 liourea. . : FOR VAIiB. The price of the Herald has been reduced to three cents per copy. - '. WELL LOCATED CORNER LIQUOR STORE FOR A ?alo chfan, dotna: good basiness. OA 4'KB BY A SMITH, Anctfonacrt, 17 Centre ii "7 FINE CORNER LIQUtiR STORK FOR SALE Aeheap; al.o eorncr Cirocwie^BnUer Storey ^ T FINK RB8TAURANT FOR 9-r><?0: NO RENT TO FAY; Aal.o Cigar Stores. Ilakurie., MITCHELL. ITOilmi SPLENDID BILLIARD sALODN FOR SALE; , Lager Beer Saloon.; bea^^^l^TTOod^ .t A.l? RESTAURANT. NBAR~NKW POST OKFIIJE?ALSO flr?t class Liquor Stores. Sample Rooms Cigar Store.. MALONK'S Reliable Store Agency. .*> Dey vt. A X OYSTER AND DIXIXO?SALOON KOR SALE A-clicup. in a good location. Addrca. SALOON, box 18o Herald office. "a BITTER AND ClIKESK MUSIS ESS?CHEAP; Aalao Butcher.' Market..4300: Drug Store. $300: Grocery Storea for .ale and exrliaugd. MALONE'8 llreatSale and Exchange Room., ft Dey at. -r~wELL IAHIATKD OKOCEKY STORE FOR SALE . Acheap or on Thur.ilay ai auetiou. OAFI'NBY A SMITH, Aoetloneer., 17 Centre ?L 1 FIRST CLASS CORNER LIQUOR STORE FOR Asale or exchange. Apply to 1*. OAPFNEY . "Pft% Bow err. ? A" fTuoT CI.\SS pharmacy for sale-one of the he.t location. In Now York. 0., llerald Uptown office. A "FIRST CLASS CORNER LIQUOR STORE FQR .ale cheap. Inquire 137 Canal ?t. I UROCKRY and FEED STORK, hoksk, waoons. Aln A.toria dolnc good bu.lne.a, for aale. In eonaoquenco of doatb. CAONKY, 13 Abingdon aqnare. Sth ar. Dm;,} STORE IN A VERY PROMISING PLACE, 30 mile, frmn New York. Apply to J. E. DAVIDSON. 170 William at. h DOR SALE?A DRUG STORE. WITH FIXTURE* ? ' i-omplete. So.la Fountain and Stoek of Druga, Toilet ] Article* Ae.; an "Id e.tahltahed stand: terma easy. In qnirc at .tore No. 3.'u5 lat av.. earner 2lat at. | 1So5 BALE- K <?(ttiD BUTCHER'S SHOP. RITDaTED : 1 In a well populated part of llrooklyn, on account of re retiring from hiiainemi. Inquire ot Mr. J. O. BA.Jjll5? i Broadway, Brooklyn, E. I). | JltlR SALE- - A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY FOR THE 1 right man?A Factory, with Stock and Patent Right, on liberal inducements, on account of dissolution or fn? co- | partner.htp Addreaa t! H . hox 1L> Herald office. Foil SALE-BROADWAY WISE AND LIQUOR Ha.ement. 61k. next Thoatre Uomlqoe; license paid to. May; or will take a partner j DOR SALE-BUTCHER SHOP. J?I SMITH ST.. | Brooklyn. 5 ? [7H)ll SALE?WIlEBLKR A WILSON SEWINfl MA J; chine, nearly new ; overy Improvement; great aaeiihoe. ISO Wet llth at. _ ID;>k SALE tfUKAP?GROCERY STORE, WITH I10RBE rand Wagon. 317 r aat :?tlt at. ijfOR S AI. K-M E AT M ARKET . ON -3D A V j DOI NO " bualtiea. over 93M) weekly. HEKT35BKRO BR??H.. -SI West stHh at. TDOR BaLR?REDUCED PR1CF.S?SHOWCASES, i; De.ka Shelves. Drng Drawers. Conotera. Apply to JAMES IfODOB.g*0?a?lR ri ROOBRY STORK FOR SALE-WELL STOCKED; \Tllur.e. Wagon. It?rne.? and Klxtare., in a dm rate up town neighborhood. Addreaa box I3S llerald Uptown office. ? nVlTUK-PARIS MUTUAL POOL MACHINES FOR 1 sale. Addrea. F. OROTE A CO.. 114 East 14th at. AoyTi WI LL BUY A BUTQHKR SHOP, NOW SKLL 5p2t)t/lng tonr rattle weekly. Call fur two days, SB Coles at . Jer*iy t tty. A,l /1|U1 POR SALE. A FIRST CLASS C.RO ^p.J.qVIU.cery. established over 30 years. Inqalro 4BS bth av. . . , .ttACUt.s tilKR". The prier or the Hernia ha* been reduced to Utre* amis peromy. FIRST CLASS FOUR HORSE UPRIUUT KNIJIKE and boiler; aleo powerful Shears and Punch, and a good Drill. Addreaa H. L. L, Herald Uptown office. aNTKD-ONK SECOND HAND 18XIW CUT-OFF Engine either Brown's, Corllaa' or Piitnatn'a. Addreta, with lull particulars, POST A CO., t'liicinnatl, Obld TV ANTED TO PURCHASE ?A SECONDH AND. HALF \Y modlnnt Printing Press: mnat be In good order. Ad drext PRINTING, llerald offire. ABTROLOOt. XffKiiTHWr^BfioW'ffiY dehTinV: DON'T BE IM. jtVpnaed open by pretenders. Oo to 169 Went 4latat., near Broadway. I ~a~STR0LOOElt L1HTBK. 819 oTUI AV.-SEND FOR JVelrrnlar. Addreaa all letters to Post office box 4,839, I New York. a _U CLAIRVOYANT, WHO HAH NO EQUAL IN A.,America; all who are sick or In trouble oi any kind ahonld conanlt her without delay on loaaea, law anita. ab sent friends or business matters; she nevar falls. Mine. CLIFTON, 378 Weet 36th at., east of Sth ar. A WONDERFUL CHILD, ciftrp with second Aright tella everything without qneatlonlng. Nrar Broadway, HI Weat 40th U. ? A Ifl.ooa?1*0 IM POSITION, okeatbst business A clairvoyant. Mrs. POBTHE. 4?d mh ar. corner 3tHh at /Treat hukofean oi^rvoiian^^lu^akbe. (jTshowftlikenetM**; a6a, OOo lo $1. 190 ?% it. ^ ; if asniosACHaLLKNORKthe WORLD; REVBALE ! Myoor whole lite; loaatee deoaaaaa; eonauttatloa 91. 47a Canal at. Kl'IUIPEM STIC A XISHIPjBe The price of the Herald has been reduced to three rents per copy. UNITED STATE- HAIL LINE-STEAM TO QtEF.Xa TOWS AND LIVERPOOL. Sailing on H1KHDAY, from pier 46 North Kiv^r, # MONT ANA. Oct. 24, JO A.M. | WISCONSIN.!???? 7.?S NEVADA. Oct. 31, 3 I*. M. | W YOMINO, Nov 14. 3 I . M. I'tibln. $85. $7" Hiitl $w>. currency. Intermediate. $4"; Steerage f-hi. Passengers hooked to and from Paris. lIwutHir*. ? orwe ? Bwerten, Ac. Drafts on Ireland. England. 1 rancJ and Ger many, at lowest rates. ... ? . ? WILLIAMS A GUION. 3? 11 roadway. _ OTBAL NOTICE:. ?TilK SPLENDID MAIL STKaJI Oslnp MONTANA, Captain Bedilne, sail* from pier 40 North River, fool oT King at., for Queenstowii and Liverpool, on Tuesday, October a 4, at MA. 4. precisely. Superior ac commodation in rnbin. at-coud cabin and steerage at ioweat rates. Apply to WILLIAMS A Ol ION 2H Broadway. ONLY DIRECT LINK TO FRANCE, i II ii GENERAL IRAN'S ATLANTIC COMPANY'S MAIL STEAMERS HK.TWKKN NKW YORK AND HAVRE, CALLING AT PLYMOUTH (G. ?.) lor the landing of paaaenirera. The splendid veaaela on this luvnritp route for tlio Contl* nent .rabin* provided with electric belle) will sail iroui pier No. 43. loot ol' Harrow at.. North River, aa follows: ? ?ST. LAURENT. Lachoanea. ..Tuendav. October 34. 3 P. M. FRANCE, Trnilelle Saturday, October 28 ?- P. M. ST. GERMAIN. Keculnnx.MntU'ttav, November 4, 7 :30 A. M. I'UICK OF PASSAGE IN OOLD (Including wineel :? First Cabin. Clio to $12", according to accommodation; Second. $72; Third, ?4-1 Return tickets at reduned rates Steerage, $26, with superior accommodation, includinu wine, bedding and ntenslls, without extra charge, atoain era marked * do not carry steerage passengers. The paaaenirera of the St. insurant are requested to be on board oo Tuesday, lietohar .'4. at P. M. LOUIS l)E HKKIAN. Agent, AY Broadway. Cab I <)I,Al*OOW j r\-vnn"TI? . NnJ'tJ- ' P- ?* Cabins, |? aH\ Lfl KRCOOL oW' ,,vh!H 7 a. M Nov. A ?%?. AnKlf:,??*>& &r'A I? 1* North gkkman lloyd STEAMSHIP LINK HKTWEEN NEW YORK, SOUTHAMPTON AND BREMEN. Company's pier, foot of 2d at., Hobogen. MOKRL.. .Saturday, Oct. 28 1 RIIKIN... .Saturday, Nor, 11 "WESKK...Saturday, Not. 4| ODER .... Saturday, Not. IS Kales of passage trom New York to Southampton, Ilarrs or Bremen : ? First Citbiu, $10 l, gold; Second Cabin, $60, gold; Steer age, $.*), currency. Keiuru ticket* at reduced rates. Prepaid steerage certificates. $32, currency. For freight or passage apply to DELHI. 118 A CO., 2 Bowling Green. National line?from piers 44 and 47 n. k., FOR LONDON. CANADA....Oct. 28.2 p. J|. I DENMARK.Nov. 11, 1 P. M. GREECE ...Nor. 4. 7 A. M. HOLLAND.. Nov. 18.7A. M. FOR QUEEN STOWS AND LIVERPOOL. THE QUEEN Tuesday, October 24, nt A. M. ITALY Saturday, t ctobor 28, nt 2 P. M. Cabin passage, $55, $0" or $71), currency. Ketnrn tickets. $1"0, $11" or $120, currency. Steerage psssage, $26, currency. Drafts Issued from ?1 upward at current rate*. Apply at the company's office, ih) Broadway. Steeraxe tickets ran also be obtained at the company s piers, 44 and 47 North River. F. W. J. HURST, Manager. CTUNAKD LINE.?B. AM) N. A. R. M. 8. 8. CO. J NOTICE. With a view to diminishing the ehancos of collision the steamers of this line take a specific cour-o for all seasons of the year. On tue outward passage irom Qaeenstown to New York or " ; tue merii" * Boston, crossing tue meridiau ot 50 at 43 latitude, or noth ing to the north of 43. On the homeward passage, crossing the meridian of 50 at 42 latitude, or nothing to tlio north or 42. FROM NEW YORK FOR LIVERPOOL AND QUEENS TOWN. ?RUSSIA Wed.. Oct. 2.7 ALGERIA....Wed.. Not. 8 SCYTHIA Wed.. Nov. 1 BOTHNIA Wed., Nov. 15 .Steamers marked thus (*) do not carry steerage passen gers. Cabin passage, $80. $100 and $130, gold, according to occouiniodatloit. Return tiekets on luvorable terms. Steerage tiekets to and from all parts ot Europe at very low rates. Freight and pass *? office No. 4 Bowling Croon. CHARLES G. FKA15CKLYN, Agent. A8SANG8RH PER STEAMSHIP RUSSIA EMBARK Irom the Cunnrd wharf, foot of Grand St., Jersey City, at 10:3" A. M. ou Wednesday, 251 h October, 1870. OH AS. G. FRANCKL) N, 4 Bowling green, 1 , New York. Most direct and economic route to hol. LAND, BELGIUM, THE RHINE, SWITZERLAND. AC.. AC.. VIA ROTTERDAM. Steamer SCHOLTEN Oct. 28 Steamer MA AS ....Nov. 0 These beautiful steamers, carrying the United St ites mail to ttie Netherlands, are groat favorites with the publie. Trips regular, rate* low, comfort and living perfect. For freight, For passage. PUNCH, EDYB k CO., L. W. MORRIS, 27 South William St. 5" Broadway (Morris' Huropesn Express). Hamburg American packet company's llnk for PLYMOUTH, CHERBOURG and HAMBURG. C1MKKIA Oct. 2fl ?OMMEKANIA... .Nov. 0 GKLLBKT Nov. 2 KUKVIA Nov. IB Rates of pasts go to Plymouth, London, Cherbourg, Ham burg and all points In England:?First Cabin, $10", gold( Second Cabin. $60. gold; Steerage, 51", currency. KUNHARDT A CO.. C. R. RICHARD A BOAS. General Agents, General Passenger Agents, 61 Broad It., New York. 61 Broadway, New York. OTATK LINE. ONKW YORK TO GLASGOW, LIVERPOOL, DUBLIN. jas IO uuAsuos, uirunrvJUU BELFAST AND LONDONDERRY, from pier 42 North Kiver (loot of Canal St.). as follows:? STATE OF NEVADA Thursday, Oetolier2B STATE OF" INDIANA Thursday, November 2 STATE OK GKORUlA Thursday, Novembers) STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA Thursday. November 18 and every alternate Thursday thereafret. First cabin. <60 and $70. according to accommodation: return tickets. $110, $125. Second cabin, $4 -; return tickets. $80 Steerage at lowest rates. Apply to AUSTIN BALDWIN A CO., Agents, No. 72 Broadway, -tew York. .-TERRACE TICKETS AT 45 BROADWAY AND AT THE COMPANY'S PIER, FOOT OF CANAL 8T., NORTH RIVER. TiriLBON LINK. FOR SOUTHAMPTON AND HULL, FT sailing from pior 53 North River, as follows:? NAVARINO October 28 I OTHELLO.... November 18 COI/OMW) November 4 | HINDOO December 2 First cabin, $70, currency; second eaMft. $15. currency. Excursion tiekets on very favorablo terms. Through tickets Issued to Continental and Baitie_ports. A j>ply. tor full par ticulars. to CHARLES L. WRIGHT A CO.. V) South i AMERICAN LINK. Weeklv Mail Steamship Service between PHILADELPHIA AND LIVERPOOL, calling at Qneenstown. Sailing every Thursday from Philadelnhla, and Sailing every Wednesday from Liverpool. Sailing every Wednesday from Liverpool. The following steamers an appointed to sail from Phila delphia: - ?LORD CLIVE Clot. 20 I'CITYofNKW YORK. Nov. 16 OHIO Nov. 2 INDIANA Nov. 23 PENNSYLVANIA.. ..Nov. l) I ILLINOIS Nov. 30 PRICK OF PASSAGE IN CURRENCY. Cabin. *>75 tn $100, according to location. Steerage and Intermediate tickets to and from all points at the lowest rales. ?steamers marked with a star do not carry intermediate. Passenger accommodation for nil elusses tinsnrpussed. Fur passage, rates ol freight nnu oilier inhumation apply to PETER WRIGHT A SON8, General .. ........... Agents, 307 Walnut at. Philadelphia. GEORGE W. COLTOX, 42 Broad st.. New fork. JOHN McDON ALI). Pashnnger Agent, No. 8 Battery place. Great western steamship linf^ TO BRISTOL (ENGLAND) DIRECT, sailing from pier 18 East River as lot low-:? SOMERSE T, Western Monday, Oct. 23 ARKAGON. Symons Cabin passage. $)"; intermediate, $15; steerage. $.1", currency ; excursion tickcls, $12"; prepaid steerage reritfi ente. $20. Apply to W. D. MORGAN. Agent, 7" South st. TirHITK STAR LINE. W F'OK QUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL CARRYING Til R UNITED STATES MAIL. The steamers ol this iluo take the fane routes recom mended by Lieutenant Maury, I). S. N? going south ol the l'nnks on the passage to Qucoristown all the year round. ADRIATIC October28, at 1 :3" P. M. BRITANNIC November 11, at 1 SSO P. M. GERMANIC November L'5. at neon. ADRIATIC December 2, at 5:3" A. M. From White Stsr Docks, pier 52 North River. Rates?Saloon, $-" and $1"", In gold; rslurn tickets on reasonable terms Steerage. $28. Saloon staterooms, smoking and bath rooms are placed amidships, where thd noiv> and motion nrn least, affording a degree el' comfort hitherto unattainable st sea. For Inspecting of plans itnd ether information apply at I mpany's office, "7 Broadway, New York. the company's office, ;t7 Broadwny, R. J. COKTT8, Agent. INMAN LINB.?MAIL STEAMERS FOR QUKKNSTOWK AND LIVERPOOL ClTT OF' CHESTER Katnrday, October 28, nt 1 P. M. CITY OF RICHMOND...Sntnrdav, November 4, at 7 A. >L CITY I >r RERUN Sstcrdnr. November 18. at 7 A. Df. CITY OF CHESTER.,.. Saturday, December 2, ut " A. M. CITY OF RICHMOND..Ratiirday. December 9, at 12 noon. From pier 45 North River. Cabin, $f*> and $lts), gold. Return tiekets on favorable terms, steerage, $28. currency. Drafts at lowest rates. Saloons, staterooms, smoking and bathrooms amidships. JOHN O. DALE. Agent, 15 and .13 Broadway. New 5 ork. COASTWISE HTBAMiniPb. The price of the Herald has been reduced to three rent* per copy. ? pANAMA TRANSIT AND PACIFIC MAIL ! Jl STEAMSHIP LINKS. I For CALIFORNIA. JAPAN, CHINA. AUSTRALIA, NEW 1 Zealand. British oolumria, oregon. *c? soiling Iron pier 42 North Kiver. ; For BAN FRANCISCO, via ISTIIM US OF PANAMA , Steamship ACAPULCO Tuesday. Oct. 31 ! Connecting for Central America and South Pacific porta From SAN FRANCISCO to JAPAN and CHINA j Staamshlo CITY OF TOKIO..... Wednesday. Nor. I From SAN FRANCISCO to SANDWICH ISLANDS, AUS TRALIA and NEW ZEALAND. I Steamship CITY OF SYDNEY Nov. 6 For freight or nausgs apply to | WM. P. CLYDE A C(X, or H J. BULLAY. Superintendent, No. 6 Bowling Green, pier 42 Narth Hirer, loot Canal st.s VTEW YORK AND HAVANA DIRECT MAIL LINE.? jLv These first class stesm-htps will sail at 3 P. M. from nler I.t North Elver, foot of Cedar St., for Havana direct, aa follows :? ORESCENT CITY...... Tuesday, (VI. 21 COLUMBUS Wednesday. Nov. 1 For freight and passage, having unsurpassed aomtumnda tlons, appiy to WM. P CLYDE k CO.. No. G Bowling Green. MrKKLLAR, LUNINu A CO., Agents in Havana. NY., HAVANA AND MEXICAN MAIL SS. LINK. ? Steamer* leave pier No. 3 North RfVer at 3 P. M. FOR HAVANA DIRKiT. CITY OF NEW YORK thnrsday. Oet. 26 CITY OF HAVANA Saturday, Oct. 28 CITY OF VERA CRUZ Wednesday. Nov. B FOR VERA CRUZ AND NKW ORLEANS, via Havana, I'ro-reto, Campeachy, Tnxnsn and famplco. CITY OF' MEIICO Saturday. Nor. 4 F'or freight and passage applv tn F. ALEXANDRE A itONS.Sl and 33 Broadway. Steamers will lesre New Orleans Ortoher .22 and Norembsr 12 I or Vera Urns and all tho shore ports. lilOR NASSAU, N. r.?REGULAR MAIL 8TKAM8II1F f LEO laaves New York October ;A MURRAY. FERRIS A CO., 62 South st. FOB NEW ORLEANS DIRECT. THE CROMWELL LtXR. . The steamship NEW ORLEANS. Captain Dearborn, will sail on SATURDAY. October 3s, at 3 o'clock P. m.. from pier No, U North River. Through bills of lading given to Mobile and principal points on the Mississippi River. kvpij 1001 ^CT-KbaMAN. 86 Wart *. coastwise: stkajisih?*?. The price of the Herald hcu been reduced to three cenls p< r copy. cKMI VVKKKlYLINK FOR HORT ROYAL. 8. O., AND pKpraiuidluk. Fin., snilin: every Tuesday nnd Friday, from pier 21) Ka*t Hiv-r, at 3 P. M. Steamer Hl'NTsYlLLK. Captain J. Croweil, October 24. steamer CARONDKLET, Captain Fulrcloth, Friday, November 3 Tick. ta aoid to all point! in Florida. Apply for Information and tick-.it* to * 0. II. MALLORY k CO.. 153 Maiden Ian*. psi EUILADKLPIIIA.-TIIK A NO. I ?TBAJ*8HIP I1 AGNKs iriu nail from pier 96 North Hirer orery Tnes d?y and .Saturday at It P. M. Freight at lowest rate*. For further information apply to c. A. WHITNEY k CO, pia* 30 North Hirer. rraSM LINK FOR GALVESTON, TOUCHING AT KEY 1 Wrsi, carry I air the I niton 8 ale* mail.?The steamer CITY (IF AfnTIN, I nptaiu Stevens, will aail on Saturday, October 38, 1870. at t P. M., fr ini pier A) Kn*t Hirer. T'iroiiph hi Hi ol lading siren to all point* on the lioiuton and Texas, < oulral International audllrent Northern. Cal ve.ton, lloneton ?nd Henderson and the Galveston, tlarrls burg anu Snu Am MM railroad* Freight and inenrance at lowest raies. For trelgh' or passage, having an parlor ac eouimojutl ma, apply to 4J. II. MALLORY A CO., 13S Maiden lane. mv: I KUAN'S NF.W YORK. NEW ORLEANS AND _ ..Texas Steamship*.? NEW YORK will aail from plar 36 .North Hirer, nu eaturilay. October 28, at 3 F. M.. for New Orleans tlireet, transferring Texns freight there to Morgan's I-ouiainitu and Texas Keilruad for Morgan City, thence par Morgan's steamer* to Texas porta. Throatrh hill* nl Iodine signed to all points on (he .Mississippi Hirer, Mobile, Got veston, Indinnnitt, Corpus christi. ltockpurt, Hroaoa San tlairo. llrotrnsvilie, and to all points on the Iialveston, liar riaburg and San Antonio, Houston and Texas Central, In ternational and Great Northern Texas Pacific and Traaa Continental Railroads. Freights tor St. Mary's and Fulton lundod nl Itoeknort. Lighterage end channel dues at Corpus Christ! and Bra in. Santiago at the expense and risk of consignee. Insurance can be effected nnder open policy ofC. A. Whit ney A Co.; to New Orleans, V per cent; to Texas ports, Ti per cent. For freight or further Iniormatlon applr to CHARLES A. WHITNEY A CO., Agents; office, pier 36 North River. IrV ? it" HA I.IK A X, N~S.T~A.VD FT. JOHNR^" N. F. ' CROW W ELL STEAMSHIP MNK. Steaniera lenre pier 10 North River following days, at S GEORGE CKOMffKLL Tuesday, October 24 GEORGE WASH INu TON.. Friday, November I .tlost direct, cheapest and quickest rinto to Nova Bcotlfo Newfoundland and the LowerSt. Lawrence. Excellent poo sengor ai-connuodatlons. For freight or passage apply to CLARK A SEAMAN. 88 West st. * o I.D DOMINION STEAMSHIP COM PANT, sailing irout pier 37 .North Uivor. For Norfolk. City Point and Richmond, Tuesdays Thurs days and Saturdays at 3 P. M., connecting with the Virginia ami Tennessee Air Line, Atlautlo Coast Line. Piedmont Alt Line, Chesapeake nnd Ohio Hittlroad. and with tlie com pany's Htoam lines to interior points in North Carolina and Vlrgini t. Nowbern nnd Washington, X. 0. (via Norfolk), every fursday, Thursday and (Saturday. I a-was. Del., Monday ami Thursday at 3 P. M., connecting with Mnryland and Delaware railroad*. Passenger nccumatodations unsurpassed. Through passage tickets and bill* of lading to nil points at Inwust rales. Insurance to Norfolk, Ac-, a per cent. Freight rocoivod dally at pier 37 North Hirer. Uenersl olllces. 197 Ureenwiolt at. X. L Mt'CHF.ADY, Preyidont. BkrmudaTSt. thomam. west" indTksT?tiib regular tuuil steamship CANIMA will salt for Hermndn October 26, eotiiieeting there with the steamer for St. Thomas mid West Indies For freight or passage apply to A. K. OP I KRBKIDGK, 2fl Brondwar, New York TRtlVELLSKB' OUIDL. The price of the Herald has been reduced to thrm cents per copy. A~LBANY?HUDSON KIVKK BY DAYLIOUT.-CE* tenttial visitors are inlonned that the day boats will ran during the Exhibition, and afford tbe only means of enjoy ing all of the unsurpassed scenery of the Hudson: tbe day boat Inndlug adjoins that of the Pennsylvania Railroad in Now York; close connection inarto trout the West by tbe St. louts train, nnd to the West by Inst train at 8 P. M. Iron Albany with Wagner's sleeping cars attached. Tickets good oa Hudson River Railroad received lor passage. LB ANY AND TKO Y BY~YaFboaTS (7. VIB B ARD and DANIEL DREW.?Leave Vestry st. pier et M;10 and 2-4til si. at8:3l) A. M. Lauding at Newliurg and Poagll keopsie only; connections at Albany with new train at 8 P. M. for the West over New York Central, arriving at Buffalo at 7 ;I0. Suspension Bridge 8:3ci and Niagara Falls at 820 the following morning; continuous trains on Lake Shorn and Canada sunt horn roads. To Ncwbnrg or Poagbkeepiie and retnrn entno day at excursion rates. Brooklyn, bath and "coney island rail road Trains leave hourly for Coney Ielnnd from depot near Hreenwood Cemetery main entrance. GATnKI LlIIRKEK "lINB?HTEAMBB NEW CHAM PION or WALTER BRETT daily, from Canal St., pier 41* North River, 8 P. M. Fare, -'-De, Bortha free. If!ALL RIVRB LINE YoFffSTON. ' 1 via Newport and Fall River.?The world renowne4 Steamboats BRISTOL and PROVIDEKCB leave pier 2t North River, foot of Murray et., dally (Sundays included), at 5 1*. M. Through tlcketi sold nt all tbe principal hotels la tho city. _________ JjTOR NORWALK DIRECT, connecting with Danbury. Norwntk and New Ilavwo Rail roads, by steamer AMEItfCUs. daily (Sundays excepted), from Jewell's dock, Brooklyn, at 2 A) F. M.; pier 37 Earn River, at 2 :???"> P. JL, and loot 33d st.. K"*t River, at 3 P. IL Fare 35 cents; excursion tickets 50 cents. J,30R PHILADELPHIA AND THE CiiNThNNIAL, via Long Branch and the New Jersey Southern RetireatL Loave pier 8 North River, foot Rector st., at OctS A. M. and 4 P. M. By this route a delightful excursion is aleo afforded lathi Oncttaaroers JESSE IIOYT and CRYSTAL WAVK across the bay in fnll view of the Atlantic Ocean to Randy Hook, returning to tlie city at eouveiiinat hour*. W. 8. SN KDEN. (A M. CTrek.nwood cemktkky.-the most dirkoi. Trnule to Greenwood is br the Court street or Third ave nue cars from Fu.ton lerry. Brooklyn. Hudson river by moonlight. " ( Itirena' Line?Elegant steamboat* for Troy, Saratoga and all points North and West leave daily (except Saturday) at <1 P.M., Irom pier tit North IUrer. First class paaeags only SI; dock pas-nge 59c Pennsylvania railroad. great trunk line AND UNITED STATES MAIL ROUTE. Trains leave New York, via Deabroases and Cortlandt atrudl lorries, as follow,:? Express lor Harriabnrg. Pittsburg, tbe West sad South, with Pullman palace cars attached, 9:30 A. M.,b and 8:38 P. M. Sunday. 8 and 8 ;30 P. M For Wllliainsport, Lock llaven. Oorry and Erie, at 2 HO and 8-Be P. M., connecting at Oorry for Tltatvllle, Petroleum Centre ana tbe Oil Regions. For Ilaltimoro, Washington and the South, "Limited Wash ington Express" of Pullman parlor ears Mly, exoepl Sunday. 9:30A. M.; arrive Washington 4:16 F. M. Reg ular mH AO A. M., 2:40, 0 4)5 and 3 P. M. nnday, 6 4J| ExnrossVor''Philadolphia. 7:30, 8:40, 8 20 A M_ 1320, 2:4(1, 3. 4. 5, 0, 7, 8:30. 8 P. M-, and 12 night. Accom modation 7 A. M. and 4:10 P. M. Sunday, 8 A. 5, 7. 8 20 nnd 9 P. M. Emigrant and second class, 7 P.M. For Centennial Depot at 5:30, 8:30, 7:30, 8, 8:40, 9 -30 A. M? 12 :30. 3 and 4 P. M. On Sunday, 8 A. M. Returning; leave Ceitennlal depot at 7:1 ?, 8:15 I04>0 A. M., I, 1:16, 3. 8: 0, 4:4.7, 5:30. (i, (1:50 nnd 7 4)5 P. )1. Oa Huniiny, 7 2H A- M. and 7 I', M. For train* to Newark, Elisabeth, Rahway, Princeton, Tren in n, Perth Amlioy. Flemlngton, Be.ridere and other points, mm- local schedule* at all ticket allices. Trains arrive;?From Pittsburg, 0:20 and in:30 A- M. and 10:2<i P M., daily; 10:10 A.M. nnd6:50 P. M. daily, ex cept Mondav. From Washington and Baltimore, 621) and fl:40 A; M . 4:10, .1:10 and 1020 P. M. Sunday, 6:3(1 and 9:40 A. M. From Philadelphia, 5:05, 6:20. 0:3^ ?:4a 10-10, llrlo. 11:50 A.M.. 2:10. 320. 4:10, 5:10; 6:10. 620. 7:37, 7:40. K:4o and 10:20 P. M. Sunday, 5 42, 0 20, 6:30. 9: to, )0:10, 11:50 A. M? 0:70 and 10:20 P. M. Ticket office*, 538 and 944 Broadway. No. 1 Aatur Hoose and root ol Deabrosae* and Cor'.lnndt at*. No. 4 Court at., Brooklyn: No*. 114. 116 nnd 118 llndaon at.. Hoboken) depot, Jersey City. Emigrant ticket office. No. 8 Battery ''fRANK THOMSON, 1). M. BO YD, Jr., General Manager. General Passenger Agent. CfOXIXOTON LINK FOR BOSTON. * Steamer* RHODE 1SI.AND and N ARRAGANSBTT, from pier 33 North River, loot of Jay at., at 5 P. M. Providence l.inc, from pier 27 North River, foot of Park place. Steamsnipa KlECTRA and GALATEA at 4 -.30 P. M. BXCCRDIOlb. _ * The price of the Herald lias been reduced to thret cents itercof"./. A "grand excursion "across the bay to Rtaten Island ?Boats leave Whitehall St., f.?ot of Broad way. at 7:10. !>:!?">. 11:15 A.M.I 1 :17. 3:17, 4:15, 5:30 and CI lists I*. M.. I<>r New Brighton, Snag Harbor, Weet Brighton and Port Richmond, rare only IGe, The price, of the Herald has been reduced to thrm nerds jrer copy. "T SKT"i)F tbkth in tiik&e HOUR.-.?N1THOU8 ^Voxlde g is always on hand nnd fresh; Block Work, Gold Plate*. Plntina and Oontlnuoo* Onm, Celluloid, Vatannlte, Wlialrtionc. Unbbor. Ac., Ac., oil to suit the time*. No pay till tho work la finished. NKWBROUG.I, 13* West 34th ?C Beautiful artificial tkbih. m-. gum. fit; single, gl; warranted. NEW YORK DENTAL ROOMS, 3?2 Oth aw., near 16th. Established 1851. A ll.\RllL.K .l.tHTrd,*. T PRICES NKVKR APPROACUBd BBW)iSE~ _LSlate and Marble Mantels, l-argeet nsaortmeat la aim city. FKNKIIVN SLATE COMPANY. 50 Union aqnare. 4th av. and 17th st.. New York. Maaafaoturers of all klnda ol Slate Work. M~ ARB LB ~.\i* D M ARB LP, IZKD MAN T K124 AT OKEaF ly rnduex-d prices; also Monuments, Ilr.xlatonM, Plumb er* *ml Furniture Slabs, marble Couulers and Tiling. A. KI.ABER, 134 and i:? Last 18th st.. near 3d av. CliOTHINti, The price of the Herald has been reduced i* three, cents per copy. A' ~~ ? NATHAN'SOLD K8TABLfsUM~KNT, .33* 6t5 ?<iv.. near 4th at. The highest valaa paid for east nt Clothing, Carpets. Ae. Call eo er addraaa Mr. or Mil. NA THAN. A~" T FLATTO'S, 816 6TI1 A V., HE Alt 4HTU 8T-, TUB most estonlsliing. highest price* will positively be paid In cosh lor cast-off Olothmg, by addreoalng Mr. or Mrs. 1 Flatto A' T MIRTX'8,' 2-IS 3D AV.. NEAR Ktf'll >S conl moro in cash paid than elsewhere lor cast off Cloth Inp. Jewelry. Orders attended by Mr. and Mr?. Mlatx AT HARRIS,' 1.274 BROADWAY, BcTWEEN S3D and 33d sta.?Broadway prices paid far cant-off Clothing. I Ac., by calling or addressing B. H A KRIS. 1.274, AT M. MARKS'. 101 6TII AV.. OPPOSITE 8TH 8T. I.a lies ami gvntloman will recnlve the lull value la coalt I for easmff Clothing, Jewelry, Ac Ladles waited on by Mrs. I Murk a Attentioni-thr Hicmwrr price paid l cs-li for t Mpot s, 4 tirniinro, )?> sailing on or addrewair M. ABRAHAMS. 257 7th av. Ih-ders promptly attended t AT EDWARD MILLER'S WELL KNOWN ESTA AilSMMM, 68' tb at near W avcrloy place, the frill vail p:..d for I list Off Clothing, by railing on or addrea-lng. Having km:ki>f,i> a large order it" coi nelsme to pay the lull vain, tor east-off Glotbln;: as 1 .r|.rt?. < nil or address G. MURIUn, 183 7th av. M COHN. 426 TTII AV.. PAYS THE FULl YaLF .tor mdlos and gentlemen's Wearing Apparel, Carpel uy oftlnn^ nn mr mldrQ?. K (MM) RKI^-iYF.I) KiiOM MY AGF.NT I SA .V wi'wS r<" I'lotblng. Carpets. Ac, i the Santharn nnd Western markets. The verr lilc-he prices will be paid. Call Immediately * k J. AN HALT, No. 178 7th aw.