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SITUATIONS WAITED-FKHA.MCR.
30&,
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east tan sr.?a young girl as nurse
>r assist washing: good citv reference.
ovr'couRl' ST HROOKLYN.?A COMPETENT \Ni>
OA I cxp^rioin'fd person .??* uui'hh mvhI wiiMlrwn to grow
ing children: will take ?miro oliurice of lh?lr w-*rilrob?. or
would like to travel and wait on n ladv lo Europe; i?
is Moiily ?eHiiiNir?iM?. Urn cIam ittoroucoi city or country*
fall on or address M. C. II.
?no k\m -Tin St. a RkMradTABiA protkh
?f lOt'int North of Ireland pirl a* first ela.ia nura?; very
loud of children ; excellent seams!rosx; good rolu fence.
Oqn Vllt MTU sr. (AINU BELL . -A tllRL.
uOU?swl Id to iuk? cure ?r children and mass
herself useful; would siocp home inshi* II necessary.
EAST lltlTII ST.-A REMFROT ABLE TOU.NG
00"X woman a* child's Bursa; tan fuse entire charge ol a
laby Iroiu birth; best city raff Baa.
Oiit IAIT illst ST A PROTECTANT GIRL AS
? IT' ruiirit anil to do plain sowing; good city reference-.
?Jj Q EAST "ST II ST.?A <? 1 111. TO MIN D CHILDREN
Ori Oaad do plain sewing; ba?t city reference. I
ycjjv HAST ilD ST. (PARENTS' REMtlENOE). ? A j
?J. )t/respect*lde young girl mm nurse; good city reference; j
mn objection to travel. Cm for i?" daj?.
?J>. " tVK.VT Cll? sT t? NURSE AND SRAM
OsJs/stress. ran take cliaige oT all infant; /our years
rafarmcu.
?i'TQ2|? A V. ? K YOU Mi GIRI. To TAKE OA RE OK
?l I Ogrowinc children and ba gauerally uselul.
0(\0 lITH AY.-AS PIKST I: LASS NURSE AND
? It/Oseani-lresi. or an rhanibrrinaid: hast cily reference.
AAjMra a\ A KBBPKOTAHLK MARRIED WO
T"l'v)inau want, a b.-iby lo wet iiurso at liouiu.
Vl I WEST 'J.'iTII ST.?A RESPECTA BLK VOUNO
TrAAgirl an nurse; willing mid obliging; no objection lo
wear a cap; two yearn' reference. _
4" 9*1 BART fliri! S'i'! ?A ItHSTKI"i'Ablk GIRL as
aw'/nurse und to do light chaniberwork ; no objection to
the country ; llrst das. city reference. Call lor two day*.
A tlo 4TII AY.. IN STORE ?A RES PECTABLE
1 _.Ogirl an nurse und to do plain sawing; uo objection to
aniull chililren; sis years' reference.
Ofl *TH AV.?A UDI n ANXIOUS TO OBTAIN
-?On situation for an old family servant as nurse ; l#n
years' reference.
T<>Q"WEST :i2D~ST.~- C KESPECTA BLK (IIRI. AS
./nurse and seamstress; no ubjcclinus lo the country;
best city reference.
A Xtj WEST 40TB ST.- A RESPECTABLE TO UNO
TttOgirl as nurse mid sennistrcss; best city relerar.ua.
'A tlO 4Tll' AV.. BETWEEN 2STII AND 2!?ril SThT.
T"Osi(lrst Hour. ?A resnertabla middle aged gill as in
fants' nurse: bast city reference.
At-iA 20 av. iriniT sV7<:onri~bklL7T-as nurse
"T'vi j'snd seamstress; would make bersalf useful: sarau
years' best relerence.
"I Z :in AV. (KINO SECOND BELL).?A YOUNG
? ) Lt /girl, lately landed, to do geueral housework; willing,
obliging and strictly UoneHt.
ri) r. btii a v.. rixTTpikst bell.?a kkspeuta.
? I /ble woiiiun as coiupeteut nurse for youug children;
best city relerence.
rjO west :od~st~toh floor7pkont?a-re"
.y'TaJSoei tsble woman would like to get a baby to bring
tili in lier own liome witb plenty of fresh milk.
r.r. 7~west iub st.-a young~woman as wet
?.)?./ I nurse; baby tliroo weeks old
r. 7*) lOTli AV TcoKNI'.lt 42D StT^S N URSE~liOOD
? ) ? wcwik. ebainbermaid or good laundress; best reference.
Call or uildrrss all the week.
/'ft - JD AV.?A RKSPKrrrABLB-YOUNa WOMAN
? )\I?/sh nurse ; good nlalu sewer- would assist with the
rbantlierwork; understands care of a bany from birth; city
referenee
nsM istTv-a"uksFectabee young aMEKI.
J can girl isbout IS) ss nurse; good city referenee.
ft I WF" AV., NEAR 87TH ST.?NDRBR; A RR
U*Ts)spectable woman of experience; capable of bring
ing up a bsby on tiie bottle; would ssaist or take clinrge
of growing children ; three years' relerence.
71 ?> East STH n-dt RSBEBOTABUt YOUNO
I i.Oinarried woman to take charge of an infant at her
own hoiue, or an older child; will give It the best of cars;
references if required. Call on or address Mrs. B.
7m UTII AV.. IN T11E~SToItE.?A~FRENC11 OIKL
4 Ola nurse aud senuutress in a private family; expe
rienced; references.
Of JO TD A v.. BETWEEN' 4U I'll AND SOTII 8T8.?A
Os/?Jre?|iectable youug girl to take cure of children and
help with upstairs work ; good t-Uy relerence.
57?r-TU AV."?A COMPETENT (URL AS NUR8B
0 4 I'and senmstress or chambermaid nod eeamstresi;
country preferred: reference.
11 Tiff AV-TioRNKR~B5TH ST.?A~YOUNU GIRL
? 1 L' "as nurse and to dochuinberwork; rood reference.
*1 -D AV.. CORNER USD ST.?A RESPECT
A. ?iUseable girl as nurse: can bring n baby up by the
bottle from its birth; referenee.
AUEKPBUTABEK ENGLISH PROTESTANT GIRL,
Just arrived, as nurse to grownehilddeu ; can do all kind*
?f fitinlly sewing. Address A., box 137 Herald Uptown
Branch.
\TUR8E.?WANTED. BY AN EXPERIENCED NURSE,
J-s u situation to take ehsrge of children; can take care or
no Infant from its birth: lour years' reference. Address
NURSE, box 112 Herald Uptown office.
XrURSE.?A LADY WISHES"TO KIfTLTXkTtUATION
?. s ior a most reliable woman n* thorough lufant's nurse;
competent to take charge and bring up by bottle if neoes.
nary; is a Protestant und highly recommended. Apply at
No. 2U Lntayette place for two days.
Wnllresses. Re.
8 WEST 37TII ST.?A LADY WISHES TO FIND A BIT
nation for her girl as waitress or chambermaid in a email
American family.
~A 7 EAST H4TH KT.-A RESPECTABLE YOUNG
i f girl as waitress or chambermaid; live years'best cily
re Terence*.
JJ/k WEST IITII ST.?A RESPECTABLE YOUNO
Ovr Protestant woman as waitress or as cbamhertuald.
Can ?? seen at present employer'!, between 10 and 1
o'clock.
1 09 WEST 18TII BT.?A RESPECTABLE GIRL AS
J ?Twllrst class waitress, or as chambermaid in a private
family; best city relerence.
m HUDSON ST . IN DRUG STORE.?A RESPECT
able young girl to wait on table and do chaniberwork;
Bo objection to a private boarding house or light house
work. Call for two days.
1 0,7" WEST 24TH ST.. KINO FIRST BELL.?A TO UNO
XM*Jvoinsu as waitress and chambermaid; best city ref
srence.
145"
WEST &VTII ST.?A RKSPBCTAKLE YOUNO
girl u tlrei claee waitress; twit city reference.
147
KAST :?u ST.?As FIRST CLASS WAITRESS:
understands all kind* of aaloda ; no objection to tho
ntrr; hai three year*' reference Irnni laat place.
1 CQ *E?T 531) sT.-A RESPECTABLE OIRL AS
1'JOllrd claaa waitress in a private family; thoroughly
understands the vetting up of aalada and earn oftilver, drat
cluai eity reference.
9Q9 Bastieith st -a young uirl as waitress
+d\t mJ and to aaaiat in the chumberwork in a private family;
boat city reference I rum laat place. Call or addreaa lor two
days.
f)(lO EAST b'-'D ST.?AS FIRST CLASS WAITRESS
??*"Onr would do clieinberwurk; country preferred; good
City reference.
lljlQ EAST urn ST.-A YOUNO (1IRL AS WAITRESS
g?\JOuiid chain hnrmalu t willing and obliging; two yeara
to laat place. Call two day a.
0<?1 EAST 'JIST ST.. ROOM X?AS FIRST CLASS
obi ?il. waitress or chambermaid: good city reference;
boarding liouae or hotel.
99 a east :htii st.-a respectable youno
Zi*mIT girl as waitress in private family; beat eity rater
voce. Call or addreaa.
lid WEST :CiI? ST.?A RESPECTABLE OIRL AS
?,T"r^waitress or chambermaid; city or country.
?Ja>( l KAST 22D ST.. THIRD FLOOR.?A RESPECT
? t&'Jable girl aa good wuitreaa and chambermaid in a
private family: two venra' reference.
a ??1 east iatii sr.. room 17?smart respect
TOAablo girl aa flrat claaa waitreaa mid chambermaid;
can take lull charge of dining room; no objection to board
ing home; obliging; city reference.
<119 3D AV.. NBA* Hi ll ST.?TWO ENGLISH
'? 1 ub-'irU . one aa tiratclaea wuitreaa: the ether aa cham
bermaid and laundreaa: are willing to do the work of a
email lareily uetwecn tbem ; lirat class reference.
>Ilar?all?.n<?oan.
9 MONROE ST.-A RESPECTABLE WOMAN TO
clean an office or go out by the dm or week : beat city rel
?re nee, cun he aeen ail the week. Call o- addreaa.
Mri. TREMBLKY.
9^ KAST I2TII ST.-A RESPECTABLE WOMAN TO
a^Wyo out to do day * work.
11/" EAST HOTII ST t YOUNO OIRL As MAID AND
uiUaeamaireaa; Inlly competent to travel with u lady : no
objection to growing children or light chamberwurk; beat
city reference. Can lie aeen for two deya.
94
STANTON ST.?AN AMERICAN PROTESTANT,
to wait on an old lady and aew ; wugea moderate.
10
r KAST 43D ST.-A KP.srr.rTXBLi; WOMAN TO
'Jdoliirlit hmisowork aik! mind children.
159
WEST 1MT1I ST. -A RESPECTABLE COLORED
girl; day a work. Addreaa L. II.
<191 EAST S1ST ST., ROOM 4.-AN AMERICAN
Lgirl: reference from laat pla
No cards answered.
99 I EAST 1!9T 11 ST?A RESPECTABLE woman
Aulsw'Xto go out by the day to do huuaacleaning.
e>ov wiisr a.iTii sr.- a vou.no 01 ?< l to 00
?w?y'+nglii bonaewi.rk in a amail private latnlly and to
make lieiaelf generuily iiactnl.
11 <0 EAST 7VIII sT. ?A YOUNO OIRL TO
wt flight housework or take care of children.
251
West bisr ST., keai; Hot'sE,?YOUNO UIRL
for light homework in ?> ttnall family.
263d
WEST SJD NT?A KESPRCTABLK OIRL TO
!o ligbt housework or teko care of a baby.
205
- SPRING sr.-A YOUNO PROTESTANT OIRL
lu a plain family.
*7(1 wkst krth st.-a respectable uirl to
aaaiat in kitchen and make heraelf naeful. Cell for
270
A ,1 WEST VtTH sT.-A RESPECTABI.R young
T" T'/vlil to do light housework; good city relerence
troni laat place, t ell or address.
r.MU WEST 39TII >T.-.\ YOUNG AMERICAN UIRL
a )' f( . to do light houaewurk ; city reference.
a WIDOW LADY. WELL EDUCATED AND HP.
.aVfliitd, without cUildren, wishes a poeitiou aa companion ;
be.t reference, given and required. Addreaa H. C. H., box
4,S.'r4 New Y'ork Poet oflice.
t FRENCHM t.V AND IIIH WIPE. WITHOUT CIIIL
J Vdren. wiab to tuke cu e of one bouae In the ebaeuce of
tliv lumilr ttie woioun is a conk; the beet reteeencea. Ad
dreaa O. R.. Ilernid Uptown office.
A
Y 111 NO I.ADV. WKITINU A FULL HOUND HAND,
drairva e poaitiuii Addreaa M., atation K.
A RESPECTABLE PERSON TO ASSIST IN A KAM
lly sod make heraelf useful, or take care of a child ; uu
tier-tanoa music; mure of a good liotue en object; city or
touuiry , lately luuoed. Address boa 134 Ilernid Uptown
of!- v
a i,oiid and rapid penman wishes writing
.A.to do Addreaa LOW W AOKS, Herald Uptown oltice.
A i Nl ItSKKV OOVBKNKWS OK LADIES' HELP. ItV
J\.? young Oeriuan Isdv ; -peeka perfect Engllih. AlUraaa
U. IJ.. bo* 144 Herald olfire _____
ADIBS' STRAW AND CHIP HATS ALTERED AND
loreeaed to tno.t faahiouabla atylea for uoo. CL'KRIK S,
?jI Weet ea., turner stli av
IntrlllRwnrw Offltea.
TUB BEST SERVANT'S OF ALL NATIONS AND CA
paelUaa el JaCWUIN'S Rureaui. tSJU 1Mb av.
PKOKKMSIOSAI. (SITUATIONS WANTKUu
PBHALEH.
Y.)I\C LADY WANTS A POSITION AS GOVERNESS
to hniall elilldren 01 companion lu a lady; underhtaud*
nil kind* <>l tewing, uud can teach inuiic: cnu givo bast ral
orcnce. Address X.. Herald tplowu Branch office.
tii i'Knts rert lesson -- pi ano. singing <pu?o
? II /Itnnlahed), French, rrayou drawing, "'I painting, all
Kiitflioli branch**, by ox pu'dlc school teacher; highly re
commended. Mr*. HOTT, Uptown Herald office.
II Kl.l* WANTEU-PKMAIiRfl.
4 KTlFlt'lAL FI.OWKRS.?WANTED?TW KNTY-FIVR
iljlwil bruiicbm: good wage* paid, uud *tendy employ
iii.nl. MAUX, II hi. 11 A CO.. 4*3 mid 4X5 Broadway.
~i~?YOUNG LADIES TO~LKAKN AND ENGAGE IN
atolcgrnpli operating; hteudv employment and lair
salarieswhen <innlllie<l. N'hW YOKK TISUKtilUPII IN
STItl ' TIO.N SCHOOL.*-'! Park row.
\ IUMI.II. A CHAM BRRM AIO AND WAITRESS
a Lain naninll family; best city reference* required. Apply
Hi .No. !? Went -'Hill ?t.. Iielweeu I" A. M. ?uil II1*. M.
il I Kb W \NTED?14 TO IS YEARS ol.l), TO MINI)
a ehflil nuil mult* iiemelt useful; I'rotenanl preferred:
to ?>> In t lie I'onutrr. Apply. between I" and I'J o'clock, lo
A. W. W. MI 1.1.hi!, ill'J and 344 Broadway.
A~ ~gTkL~ IVA.NTKI) KOR GENERAL IIOUSBWORK.
Willi reference*, for a Imiiily ol two. 150 haul imlli ?l.
4 GIRL WANTED IN PRIVATE FAMILY, TO COOK,
iV hii.Ii iiihI iron, .it 7'i M put . S it It *1.
NOOK WANTED.?A THOIiol'iill l.Y COMPETENT
0
nar adrirc*?, slatiug wlierr Ian employed and ??i?
expected; iiorpianout place. C. box I'd* Herald office.
Colored man pielcrrcil.
TjlXPKRIKNOKD" FOREWOMAN *OR FOREMAN "TO
I J-qpcriutcml the manufacturing of children's pique and
linen an it a: one who thoroughly understand* the hUHiiic**.
Addrea*. mating reference anil salary expected, A. II. 0.,
box 14" Herald office. __________
T.iii:sr class .nekvants^at "ladies' employ.
I mailt Bureau, 4.">th at. and Broadway; city and country;
reference* indorsed.
/TIKI* TO COOK. WASH AND IKON AND TAKB
\JTcure of baheuinnt Hour In family of four; iiiuat have
city relerettcea. Apply, between '.) and II, at 147 East 45th
?I.
M ME. LKROY.tIWEST 50TII ST., WANTS SEVERAL
Brst cIkh.1 dre-eiiiakom: only tbom itcciiHtomed to he*t
ot work ueod apply beloro l> o'clock. Alto a rompateut lore
woman to take entire charge of *orkrooin. Ring ul bate
uivnt door.
NEAT. TIDY gI 111, W A NTK l?-As" uil AMBKttMAlD
and tvaftre** and nasist with washing. 4"dt W e*t 23d *t.
Protestant girl wanted k<*i: general
housework in a small private lamilv; must hare city
reference. 7sit Madison av. Wage* $12.
\\ ANTED-A YOUNG. HE A1/1'11 V I'h it SON AS WET
TT nurte: (leriuan or Krencli tireferred: beat refereuce*
required. Call, lor two day*, at 72 St. Jnmei' place, near
Creeno nr., Brooklyn.
AN I ED -A FIRST CLASS SALESLADY IN FANCY
good*. 320 Bleecker bt.
WTkNTED-A PROTEsTaNT ClttL~FOR GENERAL
housework, in the country. Call at 300 Weat 20th ?l
nt 3 o'clock.
WANTED?A YOUNU LADY-TO SERVE IN A CAKE
uud eoulectlunery establishment In New Haven: one
thoroughly arcuHiomed to the bnslneee. Apply at 388 Pearl
hi., between 0 uud 12 o'eiock.
Uf ANTED?IN A~hMALL"FAMU.Y. A COOK WHO
thoroughly understand* her bublue**. Apply to-day.
between lo and 12 o'clock, at 4ti tVe*t 11th st.
VIT ANTED?TWO OIRI.s7coI.ORED bTfwHITK, FOR
IT private boarding hou?e; relerence*. Call at 23 Abing
don aquare.
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WANTKD?A PROTESTANT WOMAN TO DO GEN
eral housework a short distanee in the country, only
tuch ne can furnibU good references and are thoroughly com
petent need apply, between 9 and 11. oil Wednesday, to S.
L. PETTIT, 70 aud 72 Bowery, in clothing btore.
ANTED-A tllltl, FOR GENERAl7 IIOUSEWOKK,
wabhinir and ironing; reference* required. Inquire at
433 East otlth *t.
WANTED-A GIRL, FOR GENERAL. HOUSEWORK
lu a private family; wauot$l2. Apply, with relerence,
on Broadway, Hrtt houae above 5Ulh it.
WAN IKD?FOLDERS ON HOOKKOLD COTTON
good* at Rlcbmuud Dye Work*, 1 IS Cbeatnut *L, PUll
adelphta.
A.N TED-A GOOD COOK. APPLY AT Ull WEST
50th at.. New York.
ANTED?FIRST-CLASS WAIST FINISHERS. IF
ply at 452 6th ar. King tint bell.
WANTED?IN A PRIVATE FAMILY, A SKAkTsTREUS
to operate on Wheeler A Wilaon'* machine. Apply 233
Weat 40th ?t.
\ITaNTED?A PROTESTANT NURSE POK UTTLK
?r children. Call, with city relerence*. between 10 and
1 o'clock, at 113 Weat 40th at.
ANTED?A YOUNU WOMAN ACCUSTOMED TO
?croll hawing and a natural ineenauic. AdUreta W.,
140 Centre it.
ANTED?A COMPETENT OIRI.; MUST BE A
good washer, ironar and plain cuok; city refereuce*
required. No. 234 West 3ttth tt., betweeu 7th andbth av*.
ANTED?A FIRST CLASS MILLINER ANU TKIM^
mar to go out of the city. Apply to JAMES T. BURNS
A CO., 33 Union aquure.
ANTED-A GOOD COOh. TU ASSIST IN WASHING
and irouiug. Apply t'rum 0 to 11, 50 West 45th it. City
references required.
WANTKD?PIRST CLASS COOK. WASHER AND
Ironer: also girl for uustairs; German or colored pre
terred. Call 0 to 11 101 hast 20th bt.
ANTED?A COMPETENT NURSE AND SEAM
?tre?; German preferred. Apply at 50 West 49th *t.
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J ANTED?A FOREWOMAN IN PRIVATE DRESS
maktugestabUthuieut; rclarence. 138 East 28th at.
XXI ANTED?A SKAMsTRESS AND LADY'S MAID;
TT must have llrat clas* cltv reforanca. Apply at 41 Weat
10th it. batween the hour* of 1 and 5.
ANTED? FIRST CLASS DKE8SMaKEK8. BY H.
WALTER, 952 Broadway.
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ANTED-AT 25 WEST 2HTH ST., A CHAMBER
girl. Call at basement door, ftuni 0 to 12.
WANTED?A LAUNDRESS WILLING TO ASSIST IN
chamberwork; good city reference required. Apply at
No. 15b West45th at trom 10 until 12.
WANTED-A UIKL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK
in a Jewish tuiuily; mutt be u good plain cook; reler
ences required. 204 W eat 24th at., between 7tn and stli avi.
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ANTED-COOK. WASIIiilt AND IKONBU KOK A
aiuall family. 219 West 23U at.
TIT ANTED?A MILLINER TO OO ABOUT AN HOUR'S
YV rlue trom the city; one who ia a good trimmer will bud
a permanent and pie >aant sltnatiun. Apply to J. DREW,
Johnson Broa. A Co.'s. 495 Broadway, between 10 and 12
A. M.
WANTED?A CHAMBERMAID TO ASSIST WITH
washing and ironing il required. Apply 10 Kuat 73d at.
\VANTED?BXFBUBNCBD DrKssmAKRESNONE
YV ntlieia need apply. Call, between S and 9, at 100 East
Both si.
WANTED?225 WEST 40TII ST.. BETWEEN 7Til AND
Mth avs., second floor, a gaud aervaol girl lor general
housework In a email family. Ring bell No. 2.
TIT ANTED? A (II RE TO DO GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
YV inuai l>e a good cook, waaiier and iroaer. Apply lor
two days at No. .ISO East 3d at.
WANTED?AN EXPERIENCED WOMAN AS COOK;
one wlio lias lived in a German tmmily preferred.
Apply at 38(15tb av.
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J ANTED?A PROTESTANT WOMAN, WHO CAN
' bring good references, as excellent family cook. Apply
lay. belure i o'clock, at 7H Park av.
WANTED-A UOOD PLAIN COOK TO (JO IN TUB
country ; reference from last place required; married
women need not apply. Call, between 10 aud 11. at 144
W eat 22d at.
1t?7 WEST BIST ST.?WANTED, TWO SMART
?j I obliging girls; one must understand plain cooking.
Applv lor twu days.
SITUATION M WANTED?HALES.
"V^S'AkUlI- D MAN 'WiSUEM T'slfcATloN AS POK
-.Iter or any siiiiilar work; is strong and not afiaid to
work; curi furnish best of relerence. Address J. C., box 212
Herald office.
A BRIGHT. SMART AMERICAN HOY, 17 YEARS OP
age, living wiib his parents, desires active employment
wiiere lie can work, learn aud advance; satisfactory refer
ences. Address EDWaKDS, Herald otiice.
VN EXPERIENCED AND KDUCAIED HERMAN
wishes to travel with a family or an Invalid to Europe.
Id . St. Mark's av., Brooklyn.
A YOUNG NAN. HAVING RECEIVED A CLASSICAL
education, graduated at a European unlvcisity, speak
ing English. French, Herman, Italian and Spanish, and
possessing an extensive knowledge ot Europe, seeks em.
? toymen!; satisfactory and responsible reference. Addre-a
DWAkDHON, Herald Uptown office.
t RESPECTABLE COLORED MAN AS WAITER
_. vln a private lumily or hoarding house. 2.'si West I'tli si.
Ap.v
YOU NO MAN OF 2D WISH S ANY KIND OP EM
lyinent; city or country. .*>7 West 18th it.
A YOUNG MAN. SPEAKINH SIX DIFFERENT LAN
ill
?.?.gunges itnd willing to do all kinds ol work, wishes to
have any situation. Address UUSTAV WEoBLIN, B3
Greenwii h st.
A
YOUNG FRENCH WAITER IN A PRIVATE PAM
ily; best city reference. Address 443 2d av., fourth beL.
^ VOUTH, HAVING A SLIGHT KNOWLEDHK OF
-A shorthand, desires a situatiou in a newspaper office.
Address box I4S Herald office.
Barkeeper s situation wanted by a young
man: good retereuce. Call or address BAR, 3CI3
\Vaahington st.
BOY OK 17, HONEST AND RELIABLE, WANTS KM
ployment; willing to work ; store preferred; highest ref
ervuee. Address tlAKitlK, Herald office.
BARKEEPER'S SITUAIION WANTED?SIX YEARS
Willi last employer; best rslerencs. Address L. D ,
Herald Uptown Branch office.
IV* ILL GIVE $25 TO AM PEKMUN FRoCUKINU ME
steady employment as porter ; strong. and willing to do
anvtliing: married; can lurnish bet of reierencet lor lion
raty end sobriety. Address J. K., box 215 lieralo office.
"I WANT SOMETHING TO DO-SALARY FIRST YEAR
ISisei; highest lecoinmeiidations Irom lest employer; was
live year- in last plaoe ; 2U years old. Address. 8., box 150
lieratd office.
I Wll.l. GIVE 435 fO ANY PERSON WHO WILL GET
me permanent employment; am not afraid of any kind of
laboring work; very best relet euces lor honesty, sobriety,
Ac. Address P , box 217 liersld office
JANITOR.?A COLORED MAN AS JANITOR OR
waiter; lirst class references; 25 years' experience in
tnis vliy ; nights tree. Adorest T. J., box 190 Herald Up
town office.
A J tKRIRD COUPLE. WITHOUT FAMILY, WANT A
Jvl.situation in a gentleman's lainily. in the eity or coun
try ; have good relerence. Address Al. box lti.5 Herald
otiice.
Respectable married couple want situa
tlons oil a gentleman's place; citv or < uuutrFI good
home preferred to wa-f,-a ; best relerence Irom last place.
A idress or call at 433 2d av.. between III A. M. and 3 P. M.
situation Wanted?by a young man, at any
Olhiiig; understands hotel business thoroughly in all oe
parinii'iits, vsrv highest relerences from employer end
utliere. CllAN'NINH, Uptown Itsreid office.
SITUATION WANTED?AS CHIEF COOK IN A RES
Ljtauranl, hotel or summer home, by an experienced man ;
best reference. Address box llhl Herald office
SITUATION WAN IED?AS BARTENDER: Til REE
>eeis with present employer. Address D 11, 33 west
2cth St.
T
mo BROTHERS. PROTEST \NTS;Tine Makrik
_ no larnily : both practical gardeners ami leriasrs; uuda
stand the care of cattle, horses carriages aud hariies
good drivers . otherwise handy on a gentleman s place : wi
to do laundry, waiting aud upstairs work; live years'n
ereecs. Address BROTHERS, box 14b Gerald office.
$
SITUATIONS W< ITSO-MALRM.
ffillVr'MAN AfiVCMEAT OK A OOUNTKV HOUHK MY
J niHO ?iid wile; best our riluwHi. Address STEW
A HO. Herald office.
WAMF.li SITUATION MY AM AMERICAN PROTEH"
lantlsd, 17, sl anything; rouulry preferred; good ref
erouce. JOHN. 161 Kldridge ?t.
"I1TANTED?BY A YOl'SO* man*"a" situation as
VV uselul man; thoroughly understand* the care ol borte*,
c?w? and poultry ; good milker: best reference*. Call oil or
address J. I*.,3S I'ine *1., top floor,
"II/ANTKD-A SITUATION AS WAITER IN A*NY
H rapacity; colored. Call on or addles* E. I*. 132 Wul
tStb .t,
?>QQ WEST IK III ST.?A K KHPKUTABLE MAN AND
.?i^Owlto iKrotestantal to take car* of a linuse for llio
rummer; best city reference.
ES BONIS I OK JANITOR IN BUSINESS MUILD*
?M/ing; security with reference. Addreia It. If., Herald
office.
CLKKKN A Nil SAI.KS.HKX.
A'THOROUGH BOOKKEEPER DESIRES EMPLOY
llieilt: (illicit audcorreei; iiinderate experiatioiis; good
testimonials. Address PRENTICE. Herald office.
"a" RELIABLE. HOOK KEEPER WANTS WORK- LOW
u\ salary; best rily references recant employers COLE
M I.N, ller ild eMe*.
YOUNG MAJi. JI YEAKS, It KHI KRM~A~PI.At E IN
a wholesale fruit bouse as clerk, or would inuke liituself
generally ueeiul; eight inonibs' experience; best reference.
Address KKU'IT, Herald office.
"l CARI'e.T SALESMAN. SEVKKAL YEARS IN THE
J\ retail trade in tills city, is open lor an engagement for
aensnu or longer; iiudt-ratands tnriiitnra, bedding and up
holstery. Address (I. K. IS.. Herald oltic*.
\ SITU ATIOjTw ANTED VERY MUCH?BY A COR
rect, paiiisiakiny middle-aged American, man ol lamily,
to sup-rlntend bands, keep nreouuts or be generally ser
viceable on warrantable salary. Principals only address
WM. LK O. VVILTSK, .'KJO Atlantic sr., Brooklyn. _ I
NTRY CLERK- WAN TED JMMK DIATKLY- IN A
wliolesalo notion house. None but experienced and com
petent men need epply, at 471 Broadway, alter U o'clock
A. M. _ _
MILLINERY.-A SALESMAN having large and
extensive trade is open for engagement, East. West.
South, en salsry, caminission. Address TRADE. Herald
oltice.
ANTEn - A SITUATION AS AWUYAXT BOOK
keeper in a wbolesulo business: pood relercnea Ad
dress L. M., 17 Hroonie St., Newark, N. .1.
5? a.M'EII -A BOOKKEEPER FOR A GROCERY
VV bouse; only nue that Is familiar with business and can
give best ol references need apply for two days Addiees,
with all particulars, WHOLESALE GROCER, Herald
office.
Tjr AXTED-BY A GERMAN, -'4 YEAKa OK AGE.
VI who lias seired as atock clerk, general clerk end ae
bookkeeper, a position in a good bouse at a moderate sal
ary; good city references. Address G., box 114 Herald
office.
WaNTED-BY AN EXPERIENCED CASHIER AND
VI bookkeeper, an tuigegemeiit; best references. Address
or call at 4ti,i llroouie St.. near South 5th *v.. up stairs, be
tween Id and - any day this week.
HTANTKIJ?A FIRST CLASS SALESMAN FOR
VI travelling witli men's gaiter uppers, aud has also a
trade establisbed In city and country ; reference required.
Address rt. T., box 154 Herald office.
WANTKU-"aN EXI'KKI EN CKD FURNITURE SALES
man; ouo laiuillar with New York city retail trade.
Address W. A. S., Herald office.
COACHMEN AND GAUUKNERk.
A U?NTLEMA.^'WlrtTISs^O IpRoUUiK A I'LaCR
il lor Ills coachman : excellent references given; II years
with subscriber's father; only left on breaking up of the es
tablishment. ELLIOT SMITH, 50 Wall st.
PROTESTANT SINGLE MAN WISHER A SlTUA"
tlon as coacbaiau and groom in a private family; coun
try preferred; two years' reference. Call oa or address lor
two days D. M., 17 3d a v.
GEN I LK M AN WIhTTeR TO FIND A SITUATION
for bis coachman, who lias been iu the family for eight
years and whom lie can recommend as thoroughly trust
worthy and competent. Call ou or address K. W. PuHBKB,
14 South William sl.
MAN W1IMIKS A SITUATION IN THK COUNTRY
a* coaebuiun and gardener; cen milk cows and make
liliusell generally useful. Addiess J., box 313 Herald office.
"T SINGLE MAN WIRHERA SITUATION AR OUAOH
.IXmun and gardener In German or English family; good
relereuc*. Address W. PR., 331 75th St., between 1st and
3d ays.
S IOAC1I.VAN. GROOM OR ASSISTANT OAR
dener, by a young uiau, Swede; speaks Kuglirli well; Is
experienced; good reference ; a piece in or near the city
preferred. Address MAG UN.SON, care of Rev. Mr. Princell,
14U East -'3d sl.
S COACHMAN AND GENERALLY USEFUL MAN:
can milk and do plain gardening; seven years' best rel
errnce from hi* last employer. Address J., box 150 Herald
office.
T YOUNG MAN WA NTS A SITUATION AS COACH
.iXman and gardener and generally useful man ou a gen
tieinaii's place; understands milking; can furnish Urstclass
reference from lust employer. Address J. C., box 114
lioruld Lptowu office.
A SINGLE SWISS WANTS A SITUATION; UNDER
_/V.*tund? the earo ol horses and carriages; also gardeniug
vegetables; Is a good driver; best reference. Call on or ad
dress A. L., 3tlU Broome st.
N ENGLISH COACHMAN OF EXPERIENCE
wishes a situation; seven years iu service of last em
ployer. Address G. J , box 175 llorald Uptown office.
Ah coaciimanVgroom AjTiTifsL:kul?ijy a sin
gle tusu; can do pluin gardening, Ao.; bsst reference.
Address GROOM, box 150 Herald offioe.
RESPECTABLE COLORED MAN WISHES A SIT
uaiion as concliman ; can give two years' best reference.
Call at Mr. Johnson's stable, 110 West 50th st.
AS COACHMAN, OARDKNElcr AO, BY A PKOT
ostant single man; good reference. Address M. L, box
lb I Herald office.
(TTioACHMAN AND SINGLK MAN; CAN MILK
and do plain gardening; best rslerenc*. Address
COACHMAN, box 133 Herald office.
YOUNG .MAN WISHES A SITUATION AS COACH
mau and groom ; first class reference from his last em
ployer. Address oLlYER, box 134 Herald office.
"A 8 COACilMAS?IIY A COMPETENT MAN; MAR*
V ied; no encuiubraure; excellent pit* recommendations*
Call on or address J. J. D., Isle employer, 30 and 31 Cliff st
A FI~RST'cTas?~F6aCUMAN AND GROOM W ANTS
a situation. Call on or address J. M.. 63 East tilth st,
AS COACHMAN AND GROOM?BY NEWLY MARRIED
niitn: wile as ttrrt class cook; both best city reference;
no objections t? the oountry. Address M. M., box 117 Herald
Uptown office.
A S USEFUL COACHMAN?MARRIED: SEVEN
city reference. Addreaa, tor three days, LEAKY,
4117 Went ilth Kt.
CIOaCII.MAN WISHES A SITUATION IN THE t'OUN
) try; wife u*cook end laundress: lis years' first class ref
rence from last place. Address 11., box 125 Herald office
h7n"
? an be
Sill sr.,
for two days
/TOAtiUMAN'K SITUATION WANTED?YOUNO
" .'gl# inan; first clean city recommendations. On
?ecu at Messrs. J. B. Brewster A Co., 21st at. and 5th
CIOACIIMAN AND OROOM?BY A SINOLK Y'OUNO
/?uaii: cap milk, tend to furnace; willing ami obliging;
beet city reiercuco. Addreaa ATLANTIC, Herald Uptown
ofllee.
(AOACIIMAN'S SITUATION WANTED?BY A SINOLK
^yonng man of ateady nabits; beat city reference from
present employer; ne objection to the country. Address
11. U.. 4tKi 7th av.
CIOAOHMAN AND HARDENER.? BY A SlNOLE NAN;
A'an milk and will make himself generally useful. Ad
ore an K. F.. box 117 Herald Uptown ofllee.
ClOAUHMAN AND OKOOM? BY SlNOLE YOUNO
/'ninn; thoroughly understand* euro homes; accustomed
to city or couutry; will bo found generally useful; Ave
years* reference. Addreaa K , Herald Uptown ofllee.
c
111 AC IIM \ N AMI liltOOM?BY A SlKuLR MAN ;
first claaa city reference. F. B., ti East 27th at.
(TOACIlMAN AND liKOOM-ltY A SINOLK MAN;
^llrst claaa city relarence. Addreaa D. C.. boa ISO Herald
Uptown oflice.
COACHMAN'S SITUATION WANTED?BY A lUS
spectable unmarried Scotcliinaii, who thoroughly uuder
atauda tne care of horses, carriages, Ac.; references unex
ceptionable. Addreaa S. 1.. box ll>f> Herald Uptown office^
(TOACHMAN WANTED?TO OO A SHORT UIsTANCK
J\u the country ; single man; iniiat underatanii lila bnel
neaa thoroughly. Apply to II. M. BAILEY, Xffi Broome St..
from In to 12.
/ HIACIIMAN AND OABDKNER, MARRIED. ONE
vVcbild: very handy; tuilk, do every tiling required ou
gentleinan'a country place; beat retereuce. Addreaa
J AMES, box I'd Herald oflice.
IO.CHMaN AND I'KAU ITCAl, KAltMKIt?SCOTCH ;
^boat reference. W. IC..H7 Naasau al? sevd alore.
/NOACIIMA.N'S SITUATION WANTED? BY AN EXl'E
xVrrcncod man; aouer, willing, reliable; married; aged JO;
heat retcroucc. Call or addreaa, -'in II eat Hist at.
Ci AltDKXEtt'B 811 I'ATION WANTED?BY A FKACTI
rcal. aingle mar., wlio thoroughly underatanda the care
and uianageiueut of greenhonaoa, graperies, dowers. Iruita
and vegetables: tlrai claaa references. Address J. M., box
110 Herald oflice.
/ 1 AUHENKUS WANTED-AT f>46 NTH AV. Al'l'LY
early.
/ i \KDKNEIt ?UNDERSTANDS HOT AND COLD
VJh U.sea, toco table., laying out, dralnnge; aiugla; beat
rvlcrauce. MICHAr.L, box 2lk> llerald oflice.
CT A15 DENE It?SI NOLK ; UNDERSTANDS FRUIT,
rilowera, vegetables; lung experience; beat flty reler
auces. Address F., box 207 Herald oflice.
GARDENER'S SITUATION WANTED-BY A U El li
ra an, eiogle. speaking Kn Jlih, and ot undoubted al>llity
lu every branch of the plain and uruainontal gardening;
only those who need tlie services ol an A No. 1 man need no
ply ; references. Address HERMAN UARDENKK, oare U.
W. Wilson. I.2U3 Broadway, city.
C-> AKDEN'e.K'S SITUATION WA.NTKD-BY a single
Titian; thoroughly vemed ill greenhouses, hot aud cold
\ gi.ipsries, Iruitf. vegetables and all iiiipruvemenia on a
country place; be-t ra.erauce to certify. Address D. II.,
| box llS Herald office.
CN AllDENKK?FARMER, OAIIK llORNr.S; CAN MILK;
Flour years' reference troin lest employer, three cud a
haif troiu loriner employer. J., box Dr.i Herald office.
/i aRDENKK ? A FKOFESSIONAL, FKACTICAL MAN,
VTwlio tliorooghlr understands Ins bii.iue.s in all Its
bi aiicbes. Including greenliouses, roseiiouses. but and cold
graperies, the lai ing out of couiili r places is a first class
lore r and propagator of all kinus of fruits, Uowera and
vegetal) es, tanning and all kinds of horticulture. Addreee
oBLIUlNO, box Iflri Herald oflice.
G1F.NTI.EMAN' WISHES TO FI.xD Ills HARDENER
I a situation, wli un he can recoraiueiid for honesty, and
tuoiuaghly master ol hit business Address room JS, No.
So Broadway.
SITUATION WANTED?HY A YOUNO MAN; is a
good groom and able to attirf gardener; la able to milk;
lias best reference from last gentleman Call at or addreaa
Utrj Atlantic a*.. Brooklyn, lor two days.
SITUATION WANTKD-AS COACHMAN AND OAR
doner; married; no lemlly; can mila and iiieae hlmsel
useful on a geiiileinan'a place ; wife as coo* or to do house
Wora ; country preferred; best reference. Addreaa (>., HJU
l,t b a v., New York.
IITaNTED?A SITUATION, AS HARDENER OR
TV coachman; elty reference. Address JACoB HAU
KKK, Astoria. I,. I.
Wanted situation as coachman or hkoom
by a respectable young Aiuerlcnu. who uiidsralands bis
business; bus good reference. Address 157 av. C., second
floor.
Air AN IKD?A situation as coachman or
TV Ciarhiann and gardener, by s single young man: un
derstand* hie business in every particular , best reference!
from Ilia taet employer ; sober, willing and obligiag. Ad
dress f. D , Bay Ridge, Long island.
Air ANTED?BY MAN AND WIFE. SITUATIONS ; M AN
v t ns cuacbman and gardener; wife lot general housework ;
best relsrruvs. Address F. A. B.. box I Id lief aid office
COACHMEN AND OAKDENERI. _
"fir A NT Eli A Ml 0 aTMiX '? AS idti'llMAN \SU
11 uroom; vouuir man, ?li>nl?; understand* hit business;
willlnir to nkkr hiruaull useful; good refereuce. Andre**
J. J. M., Ilcreld Uptown office.
H K I.P WANTKD?M \ LKS.
NY PKRSON'CAN MAKE AN INDEPENDENT "Liv
ing without capital.
TALEMaDGK A C0..6R3 Broadway, rootn 4.
i \sim:it and bath si i-kkim km?T;nt
A
A
.A wanted, at W l-exiuglen a*.; also hotel .-toward and
men te |ir* lottii*.
GENTS IS KVKKY COUNTY. - BEST THING ON
record; bioinro permanent. It't Weal 4lh at., room 2.
A "ituou cATiioi.it; young van'in light out
floor bu*inc-s; aood reference* required. SIIKEH V, ,'JU
Barclay *t.
A POSITION OK TRUST. PBRMANKN'FaNIJ PROP
itable, i* open lo eeveral men ol good adilre** wIIIIiik to
work ; iboit bating hod experience a* travelling -aleameu
?r lllc insurance solicitor* prelei red. Adflre**, with rater
ence, liox I'.SS*? Poat ffftlcc,
\V AS TO SELL MOTTLED ALIi APPLY iiltl EAST
llOtb at., or <1. K. RKKD. Herald Untowo offii'e.
T> l.'SI.NESS l>lRECTORY ADVERTISING AMU SUB
[Yarripliou eaiivH**er* wanted. Apply lo WALTER
HKUGII A CO., :? Park place.
BDVS W\NTEIJ--KKOM in TO IS YEARS OLD A P
ply at A'f-t I anal it., Ironi III A. V to ,*? P M , till* flay,
TAUtST CLASS RESTAUR AN I' COOK ; ALSO SECOND
P cook (funiule prefeirrd fur latter). Apply drugstore
114 Broadway, corner St It at.. Brooklyn, K. D.
PVH8 TEAS. ?AGENTS WANTED; BLSt TERMS TO
agent* selling to luntllica ami large conaitinora; atore
keeper* will llnd a large noclt lo *?lect troin at luwcat
price*. The WELLS TEA COMPANY. 201 KiiltoD ?L. be
tween Church and Greenwich, New York.
KTre^ciiance" Tor ~busTnkbs man, with un
(|iieatiniiable references.?General agency in New York
etnl Chicago. Call 2H2 Broedwny, room 20.
TWO""aCTIVE LADY AGENTS WANTED FOR "FAR"
rar'a Idle of Chriat:" $12 to $20 weekly can be inatio.
CASSKEL. BETTER A OALPIN. .'.Htl Kroadway.
ANTED--ti(>OO t;()LOKEI> SOBER "MAN COOK
lor ligbt place. Addro** SOBRIETY, Herald Uptown.
ANTKD-A STEA D Y" SINGLE M ANTw IK)-LENDER -
aland* vogetuhle gardening, and who wonld like to
work n piece ol' Krouml on abitre* : a good home and employ
ment tcnarnnteed to au honeat and indu?trlou< pcraon. Ad
drcK*. lor three day*, stating where can lie teen oil Monday,
between 12 and o'clock, BLUE JAY, Herald office.
\\f ANTED?IN AN OFFICE, AN IN TKLLIG EnFbOY.
TT who rcaldea with hi* parent* and come well recom
mended; he must write a good hand; one Just irom achnol
preferred. Addrea* W. L. D., Herald office.
W" ANTED?A MAN OF~GOOD ~ADDKESs" TilAT
fully underatand* the real catate business. Addroaa
WOOD, 02 Weat Sffd at.
ANTED?A*YOUNG MAN "as BARKEEPER; ONE
who thoroughly understand.* Ill* bualnes*. To aave
trouble no other* need apply, from D lo 12 o'clock, at
ad :14th at.
w
w
PARKER'S. Rroadway and :
,* ANTED?PKDEEKS FOR M Ell EON'S WaXCLUTH
Apron*. 2H4 Broadway, room IS.
WANTED?TWO F)UNTj~MEN FOR THK TEABUSE
neaa; mtiat liavo beat city reference. AOdreaa, staling
lull particular*, box 114 Herald office.
ANTBD-AN INTELLIGENT MAN TO TILL A
place of truat. Addrea* LIVERY, Herald Uptown
office.
3 BOYS WANTED?TO DELIVER CIRCULARS; MUST
have letter* of recommendation ; waxes $2 50 per week.
Apply HS4 Bd av., S-.UO A. M.. up atair*.
'1'HB TRADES.
BMART VOUN0*?X>TOI' 18, LIVING WITH" HW
parent*, wishes to learn the printing trade. Inquire or
or address Oil AH. KaISKK, 2,178 2d av., New Vork.
A GOOD-8C ROLL SAWYER FOR B it AC KET WO RK;
iYone who Is it skilled workman nad can put work together.
Apply at 140 Centre at.
"a FIRST CLASS STEAM LITHOGRAPHIC PRESS
J\man wanted; to one proving himself to be *ncb the
best wages will be given. Apply at 115 and 87 Vesey st.
LAD. AUB 17. WANTS TO LEARN A TRADE IN
.city or country. Cttll on or ftddremi b. I. Khlt>ri. J35
Hudson St.. Mew York city.
A
OARERS. NOTICE.-WA.NTED. A SITUATION. BY A
Jjttrst class baker on bread, cake or crackers; no objection
to tbe country. Address BAKER. Herald office.
FIRST CLAMS CARPENTER AND CABINET MAKER
wants a situation; good city reierecce. Address 174
Thompson St.. New York.
(SITUATION WANTED?AS FOREMAN OR SUPKRIN
Otendent of a gas works or other manufactory: applicant
is a thorough uiechauical ongiuaer and machinist and has
bad charge of over 200 inon at one time; has bad experi
ence in the largest gas works of tho country. Address
REX, box 217 ilersld ollice.
CJAWYBR WANTED?IN A KINDLING WOOD YARD.
^No. 020 West 4?tlt st.
Wanted?situation pgr baker (foreman)
and second hand; city or country: best reference. Ad
dress CHARLES CRANER, No. 700 10th sr.. store.
WANTED?A FIRST CLASS CARRIAGE PAINTER;
VY must be a good striper aud one competent to take
cbsrire of carriage room. Nono but u sober and iudustrious
tuan need apply to WM. BOWERS A hONS, 406 and 406
West Baltimore st., Baltimore, Md.
Wanted?by a practical machinist, a sit
ualion as ioremau on light work, or would taka work
by contract. Address II. L.. box 100 Herald office.
ANTED?A FIRST CLASS CUTTER FOR OENTLK
lueu's suits aud pants, to go to Kansas City, Mo,; the
best cite Irelerences required. Apply to BILLS A DAt EN
PORT. 259 Canal st.
w
ANTED?A COMPETENT PERSON 'lO DESIGN
, , ?nd manage the manufacture of suits and cloaks in
the workroom of a largo dry goods bouse: none but those
who cau give unquestionable references regarding ability
and charactor will be notieed, and all communications
shall be treated strictly confidentially. Address, with full
particulars, all this week, MERCHANT, box 124 Herald
Uptown Branch office.
FOR MALE.
~A~FiMr^LASSr.SAMFLK ROOM- DAITTPRaB?;
jYnear Post Office and City llall ; bargain.
LLOYD, 29 Broadway.
A LAUNDRY IN A GOOD LOCATION: PROFITS
A weekly, 8200; price very low. Apply LLOYD. 29 Bioad
way.
A
LARGE BAKERY, DOING SPLENDID CK.sCKEtt
bread and cake business, for ? c.d? ^
-PGR SALE. RESTAURANTS, LIQUOR STORES,
?Corner Groceries, Meal Markcu, Hotels, L*K?r Bear
hulouDH, MITCHELL, 77 Ccdur at.
A.
*N OLD ESTABLISHED BEST A U RAN T, DOING A
Lgood business, for sale at a low price.
MITCHELL'S Store Agency, 77 Cedar st.
FINK LIQUOR STORE. DOING GOOD BUSINESS,
Lon Fulton St.. near the ferry, for sale cheap.
MITCHELL'S, 77 Cedar Ft.
A ?SPLENDID DINING ROOMS AND LODGING
JV .House, doing a businaaaof $100 per day; bau health
only cauxo lor selling. M A LONE, f> Dey St.
~k PAINT SHOP, GOOD BUSINESS. ESTABLISHED
12 yean, lor tale; bargain; owner retiring from busi
ness LLOYD. 29 Broadway.
A LARGE VARIETY OF NEW AND SECOND HAND
v\_Luxines. Boilers. Pump*. I.uilies, .%?.; lowest prices.
WILSON A KOAKE, Front ana Dover *ts.
A N OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE. ESTABLISHED 27
.Ayears. ou tbe sthav., doing a good business; satisfsotory
reasons lor selling. WILLIAMS A BANNAN, 27U West
34th St.
A PATENT FOB SALE.?ADDRESS BOX 175
jYlIerslU Uptown office.
A GOAL YARD for SALE?IN A CENTRAL LOCA
tioii. on East River, doing a large sud profitable busi
ness. Apply, from 9 to 12, at 60S 1st ar., between 36th
and 39th st*.
A GOOD LAGER BEER AND LIQUOR SALOON FOR
sale cheap, kpply on the premises. 67 New Chamber* *U
BEAUTIFUL HERRING "SAFE. 40 1N?'IIEs HIGH,
about 3 feet wide, will be sold low. Address M. G., box
121 Herald Uptown office.
B'aKERY FOR "sale?BAKING 15 OH 16 BARRELS
a week. Anpl.v 2.:?l<) 2d av.. lietwoeo 12id and 123d sts
Dru j stork for sale?finest one in otsego
county ; will inventory over $3,0U0; at a bargain. Ad
dress drawer 37 Onsnnta. N. Y.
Drug stork for sale?near city, owing to
death of owner; value 51.350. Particulars STRICK
LAND'S, W Becknian St.
iSoR SALE-STORK FIXTURES. COUNTERS AND
' showcases, at 94 B.wery.
I/OK SALE-FIRST fl.ASS BLACK* WALNUT FIX
_F lures, comprising Till Countcrt, Side Cuuuiers in mova
bio sections. Ton tud Side Racks, Showcases, Glove Cablneu
and wire Paitition. U. II. A E. J. WITTHAUS, 496
Broadway.
T.10K SALE-CANDY AND FRUIT STORK. CHEAP,
r In good Iocs lion ; rent low; owner lemring the city. Ad
dress FRi-D. PIERCE,815 Mvrtleuv.. Brooklyn.
IloiTsALE?SHOWCASES, DESKS, COUNTERS AND
shelving. Stora# fitted by JAMES HODGE, 404 Ca
nal st.
I TOR SALE?STOCK AND H X I I RES OF 'GROCERY
' Store, cheap. Apply at HtKi 8tli av.
I tor s.Tlk-the "most elegantly fitted
Liquor and Cigar Store ; next to tirst class theatre, low
? i 'gg a_.. of ,UC(t,,n lo-niorroa.
cuts. 313 Wast 3Dth et.
rent; good business; private to-day or auction to-morro
LEO HERTZ 111'.I
POR SALE-FIXTURES OF LIQUOR STORK 453 OIH
P av., with wbolo or part of Stock if required.
1x6 R SALE VERY CHEAP?A SAMPLE ROOM,
' uoing a good trade ; cheap rent 34 Desbroases at.
l>(7ITs A LI-7 - K LEG ANT FERN E R V, CABINET fTST
p |,h, to till bay wiuuuw; alto t'aruols. Furniture, Ac., at
?suction on We.lnestlav, 11 A. M., at uortliwest corner let
lnglon av. aad TOth at.
lADR >Al.i: AT A MACR1 Fit;K?AN ELEGANT PIER
P Mirrot end Cornices ill splendid order, titled lor a 20
foot bouse. Apply 235 Fast 50tll ?t.
rjiou sale very ciieai*?a well established
X Dining >alouu aud Hotel. 50 rooms. Iron bedsteads,
blankets, hair mattresses, kitchen furniture, steam appara
tus, ranges, Ac. 473 Greenwich st
Having anoth -k business which kkqiirkh
tny whole attention, I will sell the Tools and Flxturr*
completa oi a lirst class Manulactiirliig Husiuea* In Newark,
N J.; the good* are staple. In large drmaiiil and orders can
betaken at ouce; price $1,209. Addrsa* A. B., box Isl
lleraid office.
TEW WHKELBR A WILSON IIaLP CABINET FAMI
ly Sewing Machine, all attacliraeiils. h't
Mr,. III G II.SON , 711 Washington St.
LJTOCK AND FIXTURES OF A BOOT AND SHOB
OBtoro, In a city ol I5,IJ<KI Inlinhitanta, one boar Iruiu
New York. Addrea* L M , box 149 lleraid office.
rIMBER FOR SaLK.
2(1,ODD corda In whole or part,
on tldewaterv
with easy acres, to New lurk market.
Address box 2.S15 Pbllanelplile Poet office.
.PiIfi2.TKK8rf0^, 8A,-K lv A large city on
A the Hudson, a Job Printing Business connected withe
tj. rawsazv*
w
OOD MOULDING* FOR SALE?A LARGE AND
varied assort incut, at selling out price-.
I. A. llANCK, Agent. 214 Kast 2Htli St.
.lIlNURIsLAKKUlDi.
TULllfit llOKN. POST''OFFICE BOX 5,754 NEW
J Vork ?Broker in all kinds of Keuiueuis, Baste and
; crap Material andCouutry Produce.
DKMTINTUY. _
KOTffftrC~A?TiFrOIAL' TKhriTrjw'; gum"." W;
?lugle ill warrautsd New lurk Dental Rwms. 262
tttn av., 16th aud iTtb. Established 1851. Dr. ME All EE,
EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS.
INK AN' MAIL MQDHMI
KOK gi'KENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL.
CITY OK RICHMOND April 14. 5 P. M.
CITY OK BRUSSELS April 21, DOOM.
CITY OK HEREIN Aprl 2S.il*. M
l rotn pier 45 North Klvcr.
Cabin. $*o and #P?i. gold. K. turn ticket* on laworable
trims, steerage, f2H currency. Draft* at low*?i rates,
saloon*. .tatarooiiti, smoking and bath room* amidships.
JOHN O. DALE. Agent.
15 and :d Broadway. New York.
CN UK AT WESTERN STEAMSHIP EiNK.
r TO HRIStOI (ENOLaND) DIRECT.
Milling Irotn pier IS East River a* tollowa:?
AltKAOoN, Sy inutt* ........ Tuesday, April 17
( OIIMVauL, stamper 'I m nutty .May 5
Cabin passage, fit); iuiermediaie. Hi; ?t?ci age. S3?,
currency; eacur.ion ticket*. #120, prepaid nteerage certill.
cute*. ftiti. Apply to W. It. MoKit AN. Agent. 7" South ?t.
C'.sited staiB Sail une.?steam to qummm?
TOWN AND I.IVKKI'OOi..
sat It rig on TUESDAY
Iroiu pier 4ti Nort!. Hiver.
MONTANA. April 17,Tl I'. M. I WYOMING. May l.S I*. V.
Wisconsin ! pel 24, 2 I*. W. i NEVADA. .May 15, 5 K. M.
Cabin, $55. $tlo and $75. rurreucv.
Intermediate, #4tJ* Meersge. $28.
Passengers booked to and Iroiu I'ari.. Hamburg. Norway,
Swollen, Ac Draft* on lrrlaud, Etifllw, frame and tier
many at Inweal rate*
WILLIAMS A umox.an Broadway.
HAMBU RU AMKKIOvN RACKET COMPAXT'd LINK
for Plymouth, Cheriionrg and Hamburg.
i.r.l.LKKT Vpnl 12 1 H AM MOM A April 2d
WL'KVl A April It* { HERDER May It
Itiite* of pas-age to Plymouth. London, Cherbourg, Ham
liur>.'and all point* in England!?Pirst Cabin. tFH*', gold;
second cabin, |HU, cold: .steerage. Ct<>, currency.
KUNIIAKDT A CO , C. B It It* h a kd a bo as,
livncral Agent*. vJnuerol Paoctiger Agents,
til Broad*!,, X. Y. HI Broadway, >. Y.
aC'NAHD LINE.?B?AND N. A. K. M. 8. 8. CO.
NOTICE.
With a view to diminish thn chance* of collDion the
tteamar* of tbl* line take a *pecitlc course for all kuuaona of
the year.
Ori the outward passage from Qneenstown to New York
or Bo?tou ero?-iug the meridian ot 50 at Hi latitude, or
nothing to the north ol 45.
On the hottiewurd passage crossing the meridian of 50 at
42 latitude, or nothing to the north of 42.
NEW YORK To 1.1 VESPOOL AND OUEKNSTOWN.
?RUSSIA. Wod., April II | BOTHNIA. Wed.. April 25
ALOEUIA, Wed.. April IS | ABYSSINIA. Wed, Uny 2
Steamer* marked t*) do not cerry slot-rage pansetigurs.
Cabin pinisage, $SO, $]00 mid $1110, gold. according to *C
cointnodntiim. llctinn ticket* on fitvureblc terin*.
Mteeragj tickets to and from all part* ol Europe at very
low rater.
freight and passage oflice No. 4 Bowline tireen.
CHAKt.ES ti. KKANCKLYN, A Bent.
PASSENOEItS PES STEAMSHIP Hl'SSlA E.MBASK
Irom the Cnnerd wharf, loot ofCrand at.. Jeraey City, nt
2 I*. -M. oil Wedueaday, April 11, IS77.
CIIAS. O. KKANCKLYN,
4 Bowline 'Ireen, New York.
TiriLSON LINE-KOR SOUTHAMPTO.N aND HULL,
VV sailing front pier 511 North Kiver. a* loliow*
HINDOO April 14 | YEDDO April 28
Klr?t cabin, #70. currency ; taeottd cabin. #4'.. currency.
Kxcundon ticket* on vrry favorable term*, Inroitgh tickets
issued to Continental and Baltic port*. Apply for full par
ticular* to CHARLES L. WKIH11 1' a CO.. 50 South *t.
ANCHORTi NKUnYt KD ST ATILS M A11ST K A MRUS
NEW YORK AND OLASOOW.
California..April 14. 5 P. M | VICTORIA.Anrll 28.5 p. M.
ETHIOPIA .April 21. noon. BOLIVIA . .May 5. 11 A. M.
TO OLASOOW, LIVERPOOL OR DKKRV.
Cabin, at 15 to CSf I. according to accommodation*.
Intermediate, #55; steerage, #2*.
NEW YORK AND LONDON.
ELY8IA...April 28, 5 P. M. I UTOPIA May IB, 10 A. M.
Cabin, #55 to #70; steerage, #28.
Cabin excttr*ion ticket* at iounce.I rate*.
Dratt* Initued lor any amount at current rata*.
Company'* pier*. No*. 20 and 21 North River, New York.
HENDERSON BROS., Airent*. 7 Howling Oreen.
T1/H1TE STAR LINE
W KOR gUEENSTOVVN AND LIVERPOOL
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAIL.
The steamer* of tbl* Hue take the Inue route* recom
mended by Lieutenant Manry, U. S. N.. point; south of the
Bank* on the pauago to Queouktown all the year round.
OELTIO April 14, at 5 P. M.
GERMANIC April 21. noon.
BALTIC April 28.5 P. M.
ADRIATIC Mar 5. 11 A. M.
Krom White Star dock*, pier 52 North River.
Rate*?Saloon. $8 i and #11X1, in gold; return ticket* on
reasonable term*. Steerage, $28.
Saloon staterooms, smoking *nd bath room* are placed
amidships, where the noieu end motion ere least, affording
a degree of comfort hitherto uuattaiuable at sea.
Ker inspection of plan and other itiformatiuu apply at tbn
company's oflice, 57 Broadway. New York.
R. J. OORTIS, Aeent.
NORTH GERMAN LLOY'D
STEAMSHIP LINK, BETWEEN NEW YORK
SOUTHAMPTON AND BREMEN?
v?^B-.DCompu,,Jr',,,,er ,oot "<-d St., Hoboken.
A t>*t ? A,jr" 14 I WKHKit But., April 28
MAIN Sal.. April 21 | MOSUL, Sac May 5
or Hreio'iP'"",'K0 f""U S?* V?rk tu Southampton, Havre
First Cabin, $100, gold; Second Cabin. *60. sold: Staar.
age. #30, currency. ' * '
Return ticket a ut reduced ratea.
Prep .id steerage Certiflc ites, *30. curenoy.
For freight or passugo apply tu
OKLKIOHS A CO., 2 Bowline Green.
MOST DIRECT AND ECONOMIC ROUTE TO 11 oC
steamer SCHOLTEN April 12
These bcuntilul steamers, carrylnic the Uuiteil States
mall to the Netherlands, are great fuvorltes with the public.
Trips regular, rates low, comfort and living perfect.
For Ireight. For passage,
PUNCH, EDYE A CO., & W. MORRIS,
27 South William at. 00 Hrouilway.
iMorrla' European Express).
Statu line.
NEW YORK TO OLASOOW, LIVERPOOL DUBLIN
BELFAST AND LONDONDERRY * "vaul"<
C"n'?1 ?*?>? *" follows:?
81AIE t)P GEORGIA..... Saturday Anril 14
STATE OK INDIANA "... ..Th?rsdk>. April 1U
STATE OP PENNSYLVANIA ..Thuraday Mav 3
STATE OK VIRGINIA II.Tbar^ Ma? ft
Hrst cabin, #00 and 870, according to accomuiodatiou: re.
iU!? ,0. Second cabin, $45; return ticket*,
?' lowest ratea Apply to AUSTIN BALD
J?ff.V?'?AKS"tv N'?- Broadway, New York. ,
.TICKETS at 45 HROA^DWaY AND j#
RIVER FOOT OP CANAL ST., NORTH
National line.?piers nos. 44 and si n r.
FOR LONDON
UREEOE. Thursday, April 10.BA. It,
FOR QUKKNVTOWN AND LIVERPOOL.
SPAIN, Sat.. Ap'l 21,11:3f) A. M. | EGYPT, May 5, 11 A.M.
Cabin and steerage passage and drarts trum ?1 upward
Issued at eery low ratea Company's offices. 6t? Broadway.
r. W. J. HURST. Manager.
ONLY DIRECT LINE TO FRANCE] *
THE GENERAL TRANSATLANTIC COMPANY'S
MAIL STEAMERS BETWEEN NEW YORK AND
HAVRE, CALLING AT PLYMOUTH (U. B.).
'or the landing ol passengers,
will sail from pier 42 North nlver, loot of Morton it., every
Alternate Wednesday, beginning with
ST. LAURENT (Lachesnes). Wednesday, April IS, 8:30
For particulars address
^ LOUIS DK BEBIAN, Agent, 55 Broadway,
ATTENTION.-UNITED STATES PASSPORRTs I'H (7
curod I rum Washington by J ? 11 .V A. Mc'SO ItLEY
Passport Age ut, 44 Pine st. and rotunda Custom House.
COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS. "
PACIFIC MAIL AND PANAMA TRANSIT"
STEAMSHIP LINES.
For CALIFORNIA. J APAN. CHINA, AUSTRALIA. NEW
ZEALAND. BRITISH COLUMBIA, OREGON, AC.,
River.
PANAMA.
1.1 North River, loot of Cedar sk, fur Havana direct, as 'ol
Jioimi'iilTv Saturday, April 7
COLUMBUS..... Wednesday, April IS
ror freight ami passage, having u usurp,i.hmhI uccoturuoda*
l?on?, apply to
?reeon.
sailing from pier foot Canal *t. S'orth
For SAN FRANCISCO, via ISTHMUS OF i axsajsv
Steamship COLON Tuesday. April 17
connecting lor Central America and South Paciflc oorts.
Front SAN FRANCISCO To JAPAN AND CHINA.
Steamship CI I V OP SAN FRANCISCO.. .Tuesdav. May I
From BAN FRANCISCO TO SANDWICH ISLANDS.
ALSI RALlA AND NEW ZEALAND
Steamship CITY OK NEW YORK... Wednesday. April 23
For freight or passage apply to
WM. P. CLYDE A CO., or IL J*. BULLAY, Superintendent,
No. U Bowling Green, pier foot Canal st . North River.
Texas line for Galveston, touching at key
C.V.K! Ah* United States mull. The steamer
C'lY OF 1101 s i ON Captain hldridge, will sail on Satur
day, April 14. at .1 P. M. from pier 20 East River. Through
bills n! lading given to all points on the Houston aodToxss,
Central international and Great Northern, Gulvestou,
Houston auJ Henderson, and the Galvestou, llnrrisliurg
and sail Antonio railroads. Freights and Insurance at low
eat rates. tor freight or passage (having superior accom
modations), apply to 0. H. MALLORY A CO., 133 Maiden
ane.
Wgy TORK AND HAVANA DIRECT MAIL LINE.?
r:. ??.?J,*1?*?t??n>?!i|r>* will sail at .1 P. M. ftuiu pier
a
*1
Pi
in
u L-t.i yv.\'; ''.CLYDE A CO., No. ? HowliugOn
MckbLLAR, 1.1 LING A CO., Agents til Havana.
Ol.lR DOM IN ION HTEA Msfilp COMPANY,
7 , , sailing from pier 37 North Rlvor.
For Norfolk. City Point and Richmond, Tuesdays. Thnrs
days and Saturdays, at 3 P. M., conducting with thu Virginia
and Iuunesseo Air Line, Atlantic Coast Line. Piedmont Air
Line. Chesapeake and Oblo Railroad, and with Hie com
pany ? stenin lines to iuterior point , in North Carolina and
Viiginiu. Newberrie and Washington. N. C. (via Norfolk),
every lucsday, Thursday and Mtturdar.
Lewies, Del.. Monday and Thursday, at 3 P. M.,connecting
wlto Maryland and Deluware railroads.
Passenger accoiniuodatluns unsurpassed.
Through passage tickets and hills of lading to all points at
lowest rates. Insurance to Norlulk. Ac., per cent.
Freights received dally at Pier 37 North Rlvsr. General
offices. 111, (ireenwich it. X. I? McCRKADY. President.
Halifax, n. STi and st. joiTns n. p ~~
CROMWELL LINK.
Steamship ALHaMIIKA will leave pier 10, North Klver
on fiie.day, April 17, at 3 P. M. For passage or Irsight an
| ply to CLARK A.SEAMAN.SH West-lt. reignt up
For Bermuda st. thomas and west indies.?
1 lie elegaut British mail steamers 0ANI>1A and HER
I VII D \. sailing April 12 and April 111. will now form a ragu
; Isr weekly line tor llermuda direct The Bermudas are now
the most lavnrlle and emivenleni winter resort.
For lull pftrtk'iiliir* huiI illuHtratnil pimijililet apply to
_ A. E. OU rhKKItl DGK. Agent, 211 Broadway,
VrORGAVs LINES TO NEW ORLEANS AND
i?l l exas -The steamer will tall tmm pier 30 North Klver
a* lollown: ?
J*or Now OrltfHiiB <Jir<M!t, tran^rerrinurTexas freight there
to Xcrtrun * IxmiJlAfiM unri Texas kailroati lor Muru'en ? Hy;
thence per .Molar's steamships to Texas port-. Through
and I ranseiintlneiitAl railroads. Freight for 81. Mary's and
1 niton landed ut Koekiuirt.
Kates tor Kan Antonio Irulght, via Cnero or Marlon route,
must he deslgnatsu on shipping receipt.
Insurance can he effected under open policy of the liae.
To New tlrleans. 4 iisr cent: to Texas ports, \ per cent.
For freight or further Information app.y to BOUEItT A
MORGAN, agents : oilice. pier 3d North Klver.
IfOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT
THE CKOMWKLL LINE.
I'he Keuiiisliin
KNICKKRBOCKKH, f'iiptaln Kembls, will sail
on Saturday, April 14. at 3 o clock P. M.,
troni pier No. H North River.
Through hills of lading given to Mobil* and principal
points oa the Mississippi Klver.
. i . ,l'"??age. $.X>; steerage. $25.
Apply to ( L\l(h A SEAMAN. M.r> West at.
VVKiKtu.J,v Us!iJ'OH ''OKT Royal, s. c.; bhuns
f _ i ?"d, Fsrnandlna. Kla., sailing every Friday,
from pier JO Rati River, at 3 P. M
CITYtiP Al'S flN. Captain Hlevana April IS
rickets to all points In Horiila.
Apply, lor information and ttcketa. to
C. 11. MALLOItV a CO..
153 Muldau Isa*.
IjYoR Nassau. N. P ?HRUULAK MAIL steamships
Iroru Ne w \ ork. v.a Savannah, April 18 and 25, and frotu
navannah, Go., April 2.1 and May I.
MURRAY. FERRIS A CO., 02 South ?%.
COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS.
\f"Y.''HAVANA'""A'Sb ~nfcxioTs MAiu h.-:T35fT2
ll .Steamer* leave pier No 3 North Klver at 3 P. M.
for Havana HI Kelt.
CITY OY NEW YORK Friday AprU IS
CITY OK MKRIDA SaWrday.* April 31
CITY OK VERA CRUZ Wedue.dey. April 24
FOR VERA OKI'S AXD NEW ORLEa.VS,
vie Havena, Progreso. Campeecliy, Tuxpau and Tampteo.
CITY OK MKKlDA Mitnrdav. April 31
Steamers leavo New Orleans April JO and Kay 30 for Vera
Cru* aud all Ilia ahove port*.
For Ireight or passage apply tu
r. ALEXaNHKK A HONS. 31 and 33 Broadway.
T/IOKIlAVaNa DIRECT. THE STB A>ISHIIMJITY OF
P NEW YORK will leave on Friday, April 13. inaiead of
Wednesday. April II. K. ALEXANDRE A SONS.
FOB lUV AN A.-DESPATCH LINK.?THE SPLENDID
new Iron mall steamer KIO OKANDE. 3,500 tool
register. James Bulger ma?ter. will sail from pier JO East
River, on Satnrday. April 14, at 3 o'ciork ; ha* splendid ao
I'ominodarlon* for passetigete. Cabin. &"><); steerage. #23.
JaMKS K. warm A CO, Agtttla. IIS Wall at.
_ TR A VBLLKIli' (iClUK.
a l.BAXY HOAT.-PhOPl.K's LINE. "*
A'f'aa eleirant stentners DREW and ST. JOHN leave pier
41 North lllver. loot ol Canal vt . every week day at 6 P. M.
Room? wanned by aleaiu during the eool muntlit.
A ?CITIZENS' " LINE STE AM BOATS FOR TROY,
aa eCouucoting with all railroad liner North, Rest ana
We?l: magnilleeut steamer* louve daily (."aturilaye ex
e.'pted) at il P M.. pier 40 North ltlver, loot Leroy at.
C'OLLKat POINT." WIllTEHToNK. CITY ISLAND
/and Fort Washington.?On end after April 9, 18T7, the
lavorilo xidi'-wheel steamboat tivneo, will leave pier Id
Kant River (foot Wall at.), daily at 3:30 P. M., for the
above pi area A midday trip will be made to College Point
and Whltevtoue if business warrant*.
(A ITSKILL AND STL'YVKSANT BOATS LKAVH
Ala ly Irom pier 43, loot of Canal at., at U P. M? lor pas
Sanger* una freight.
FalIThiver link for boston a'nTTthE EastTH
Leave New York daily (Sunday* excepted) Irom tier 23
North River, loot of Murray St.. in 5 P. M. Fares reducad,
Foil PIIILADKLPHIa7 ???.
via Long Branch and tbo New.Jersey Southern Railroad.
Leave plerS North ltlver, foot Rector St., at
11 A. M., lor Philadelphia, Long Branch, Tom's River and
Yineland.
4 P M , for Pnlladelphla, Long Brnneh. Tom's River,
Weretown and Tnckertnn. W. S. SNEDEN. O. K.
STONINGTON LINK-FOR HO TON? ~~~*
REDUCED Fare.
Elegant steamers leave dally (except Snndays)
Irom pier 33 North River, toot of Jav St.. at 5 P. M.
PROVIDENCE LINE (freight only) STEAMERS
from pier 27 North Klver. font of Park place at 4:30 P.M.
rro~"philadklphiX, m
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
THE OLD ESTABLISHED ROUTE AND SHORT LINK
between
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA.
14 through trains each way dully; 3 depots In Philadelphia
3 In New York.
4 tracks, the most Improved equipment aud the fastest time
consistent with ubsolute satety.
Express trains leave New York, via Desbrosse* and Curt
U"dt street ferries, as follows:?
7:30. 8:31. 8:1(1 iH:30 limited). 10:30 A. St.; 1. 4, 5, 6,7,
8:3U. 9 P. M. und 13 midnight; Suuday. d:30 A. M., 5, 6, 7,
8:30 aud 'J P. M.
Returning, tralus leave Philadelphia at 3:30, 3:30, 7,
7:30,8:30 an I 11 A. M. (limited express, 1:35 P. M.l, 1:1 J,
4, 5 Ski. 7 and 7-35 P. M.. and 13 luidnighi. On Sunday,
3 :J0. 3:30. 7, S :30 A. M., 4. 7. 7:35 P. M. and 13 midnight.
Ticket otUces, 520 aud 844 Broadway, No. 1 Astor llouse
aud toot of Dethrone* and Cortlandt sts.; No. 4 Court St.,
Hrooklvn; Noa. 114. 110 and 118 Hudson St., Ilobokeu;
depot. Jersey City. Emigrant Ticket office. No. 8 Battery
PlFRAN K. THOMSON. D. M. BOYD, Jr.,
Gonerul Manager. Qeneral Passenger Agent.
1 TICKETS FO R PHI LAD EL PHI A. LONlJ " B HA N olH
. Trenton. Bo*tou, Providence, Troy, Montreal. OVER
IX'S Express. (13 West 33d, near Broadway, and 4 East
Houston. Baggage checked to destination.
EXCURUONg,
A?for
?THOMAS POWELL, Barges and drove. Open Sun
days. .MARTIN A KAsKKLL. 118 South st.
machinery.
T!f.riJKp'u wo^iHuijrTrinasioK
. .,4 k ' r?MH0n lor sulo cheap. Tho v are caimbiA nf
and both l coplel, ""N"'1 ppr ,10,,l" of ?? eight page paper
necessary Thl in .pi?*' <m" Uo "needed to lO.UJU i|
tea i tan * IiH , i i 1 ur?',m required for each preu U IS
to oper.ta t) 1ld" "ud 7 '??' h,K''- Tb? '?>?<" required
ferem? Presses I. lour men (or boys; and ?
in?wfSPi**1 ?"* tbese p!f.V"e,< wnlcb ?? capable ol print.
anrd\ffll^i,rr-W,Wll!thrU,r'n uu* ?'???? *K?5
UnT OF bTI&EOTTPK M AC HIKER* BELONGING
i ?? . . * ?lliKiS
1 Furnace, with Metal I'nt and Bonnet;
" El*"/ ,",* u"xe"' ?"e of which Is ribbedI
- finishing Boxca. made ol iron:
4 Shaving Machines,
1 Tall Culler,
1 Block ior turning plates on and
u Knives tor shaviujr uiachlne.
DroHs?e.,0iTe?iiMs,.b, DrTC,B ,or lb" *n,lr* machinery and
T,*.10'000-, The*8 ("'esses and machinery coal
a2?l'"2dllllmy * ,e8U ororjr corning at work on our
ohft"s"^?wD,r,e pre"' wi,hout tb# s?*?yp? ?
The motive for veiling these presiei la that onr Ira me dbg
pres* compels us to use the improved double Bullock
efcViCR *n'?'iro iuitssblo for printing a paper the site of
the Tribune or Times, or a paper of auy smaller dimnnainnt
Address JAMES UORl^N m"w York Uewid^
AN ENGINE. lO-HOKSE BOWER; BOILER SHAFT,
lug. Belting Cotton Boaster, Cooler, Spice and Coffee
?mils, very little used, for sale cheap for cash or on ease
wlch\'t.^ New Vo'rtL eW"* llv" Jer,eJ' cu'? ur M ??Gree/
Burr stone mills-sob ukind i no-wheat.
corn, baking powders, white load, paints. Paris white!
eoiora In oil, water or verulsb; printing inks, blacking!
chocolate, coffee. spices, drugs, Ac.
JOHN BUSS, Si 1st St.. Williamsburg, N, V,
E gOOfS LATH K, LATHE BkBZ WITH CoVl
Heads and Tail Blocks, Drill, Shears, Puucbee. Broach
^,.1;:f..?jorB,UUit- Ap?,' 'o.d./v%
FOB BALK-IKON STEAM JACKET KETTLES, 60 TO
loo callous: large Iron kettles, from 1UO to 1 000 gnl
"?d Cauldrons, Iron and copper, le.
At J. BK/tHlK 8, Uii Water ?t., Brooklyn.
FOB SALE?COUNTRY CAMPBELL PRESS, DOUBLE
medium ; one-quarter medium Goruoii will he taken
partly in exchange. hulmc- cash GORDON' ii.raid o'h.-e.
HP'a M C * l.i Nil..lt I'.ltoo inu i.oi.uaiull
bed J4xo2; in splendid order; for ssle cheap.
OILHOOLY, 113 Nassau St.
Latiie wanted?short bed, 20 to 24 inches
swing; screw cutliug attachment not reqalied: mast bn
prlcnTjL AT HE* Station J*"*' ?'Ve d*'c"?>???
WANTED?BOIgER ANI) ENGINE, FROX TEN TO
neraldofflcs P"*"- Address, stating price. HaLI*
1(1 JI f >1 tSKHA XI' E K ,loll OKSE BOILBK, FOR SALl
1 V/chean. 07 M iirriiv st. ??
_ BILLIARDS.
A utT SKJlTvb' hand BiLEiAKBTAiTCfna
teENolx^t?* Very ,0* prlce'- U- *?
American standard bevel billiard tables
wltn Delaney's wire cushions, indorsed by all leadluc
professional players; extra Inducements now offered: second
hand Tables at great bargains. W. U. GRIFFITH a Co
40 Vesey si. '
B'V.y ^iKD ?ARROM.O>4X10, NEARLY NEW!
with all appliances, cost Sip si. at auction this day 11 a!
M-. at corner Lexington av. and 70th
T, f^^if^7*' HROADWAfTiRRPREPARio
AJ.to sell Billiard lables at prices that defy competition.
Call und examine.
MARlllaE ill.W'l'Kh.S,
STEWART'S SLATE, MARBLE AND HAfi'DWOoC
kJMantles. Orates, Ac., removed to 73 and 77 West 23d st.
Maeouic Temple, opposite Booth's Theatre. '
CLOTHING.
A T tEX&hp*JCPToWiCSDJ
^i1??i,i"> Clothing wanted immediately; great
price* will he paid lor theiu. AUdrchu Mr. or Mrs. KLATTO
AT B. MINTZ'S, 248 3D AVT~NKAR 20TII HT.-AO
per cent more mild than elsuwbcre (or Ladies' and Gen
tlemen s Cost-oil Clothing. Carpets, Furniture. Jewelry.
Orders by mall promptly attended to by Mr. or Mrs. Mints.
A NATHAN S EST ARM SH M KNT, 33& OTll AV-,
?near 4th st ? IIlirlioet viiluo will bo paid for ciHt'Olf
\. iifthiuir, Ac. Call .?r uddre^ Mr. or Mr?. NATHAN.
A I EDWARD MILLER'S"' WELL KNOWN EST A B
ilshment. hh (ith av., near Waverley place, the fnll value
paid lor cast oil Clothing, Carpets, Ac., by calling on or ad
dressing.
AORKAT DEM a"n U k7jF CAST-OFF ~CLOTH I NO
Curpets, Ac. 2(17 3d av., near b'.'lu st. Please call or ed
dress Mr. or Mrs. LEON.
AT IIARIUS' l~, 274 MRU A D W A Y, BETWEEN 32D
a-Ynnd 33d sts. ? Broadway prioes paid for cast ofTClothluc.
Ac. .JrycalUne or addressing B IIA Kills, 1,274.
A-M. Marks, mi urn a v..'opposite hTII 8T.
-I.allies and gentlemen will he astonished at the hign
pricrs paid in cash lor cust off Clothing. Carpets I.aces
Jewelry, Ac. Ladles waited on by Mrs. Murks. Orders bf
mall will rrceire prompt attention.
J" Mas UK WI LlF'aFtTiK HlUHKdr PRICES for
.ca.t nlf Clothing, Carpets. Ac., by calling or addresslug
M r. or M r?. M A St.' R. 2.30 7th av.
CEcond hand clothing buluiit at owners'
presidencea Send postal card to SOOURIxO. 7? Weet
llonston st.
99H "TH AV.. ABOVE 2311 ST I' V Y.s" I H F H dTDT
aw ASVJest price lor ladies' and gentlemen's cast off Cloth
Ing aud Carpets. Mr nr,. sl( K1.ES.
_ A STKOLOG%. .
A WTRDLOOKirXlSTfcK, -titt ,;ru AV.-SlV6"Kni
a VcircnL?r. Addr? nil l?ti#n? boi 4,839 Foul oflbte
A-di.osi; NO IMPOSITION: ORB A TENT lUifl
.ness clairvoyant in America. Mrs. FOSTER. 428 Uth
av., corner 20th.
A WONDERFUL CHILD, (1IFTKD WITH SFCONO
sight, tells everything without questioning. 123 West
vib at., ueur iiruiidWAjr. **???
t ?emk. la BLANCH, THE URKaT, F.nKivaLLEQ
neaf mh HJ." Clairvoyant, HJ2 West 31st st,
A "WONDER OF fill. AGE. ..\|Rs. PHILIPS. "mBDE
Wes'^iith stl * CU,rv?'*"li n?'nes. likeue.eee, 141
OORAld-TKUK KOHTL'NK TE l7i 1 V< i. nh
medical.
A ?MjiE- RJrtkli; in practice since iSBT"
Hmce 1 K*" Md St.. drst door from btli a v.
A -MADAM MATH WELL, ~~
No. 312 East 9th st., nesr 2d ay.
A ~D,!m COsTKELA.
?mc,! -MB West 25th st., between 7th and Sth ay*.
A i!dkilf^v?Afl!. *JM*. HRUIDLE,.-RESIDENCE AND
JV.. Itn.a No 14. West 48th st., between Uth and 7lli avk
A -dh. and m me. Milton, "
-**?* "nt" No. 47 West 1.1th et.. nenrftth ay.
M!IK WEST'S OCD ESTABLISHED
*' Bleecker st.^between Broadway aud Bowery.
Yf its. Lyons, 40 east 2oru st.,
between Broadway and 4th nv.
riridence' No* ^ ^Easi" 52d'st.^'^, ^' PR?OFFICKaND

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