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MPEClA.lt WUT1CB8.
THE PSO PLC'S CHOICE,
rms IS A BALLOT.
CUT XT OUT AND VOTE IT.
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GENERAL?N UMBER TWO.
?MAIN* OFFICE, *TNASSAU ST.
Branch, corner Bouu at. ami Bowery (bank building).
ROYAL
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LOTTERY
has always drnwn from Novomber 3 to 24
30,000 Prises, amounting to over ll.bOO,OUO relchmarks.
Royal Havana has alw ays drawn November 4.
Louisiana State has always drawn November 11,
WACHSMANN A CO.. Hankers, S4 Nassau st.
Branch, corner Bond st. and Bowery (bank building).
A"~~ ? LITTLE HAVANA. DECIDED BY royal
.HAVANA HIS ALWAYS DRAWN NOVEMBER 4.
LOUISIANA STATE, NOVEMBER ll.
KENTL't KY STATE. NOVEMBER 15.
GEORGIA AND KENTUCKY DAILIES always on file.
C. F. L1XDAUER, 1*4 Mercer, three doors above lloiistuii.
*? LL D1SBASKS or M E N. wEAR N ESSES.'NEKVOL'S
J1.debility, blood diseases; consultation free.
Dr. FREMAN. 266 Crand st.
LL I)LS?ASES7I1LOOD IMPURITIES, NERVOUS
.aVdebility: twenty years' Paris Hospital experience.
Dr. PROT1N, 34 Bond st.
i \R- DUFF?HBN'8 DI8BA8E8, NERVOUS DEBILJ
"ity, blood impurities, chronic diaoasos. "MANHOOD;"
82 pages on same, free. L">4 East 2Dth St., near ltd av.
Divorces speedily, without publicity.?in.
compatibility, desertion, various legal causes: CONSULTATION'S
freo. FREDERICK I. KINO, Lawyer. 6
Saint Mark's place, adjoiulug Cooper Institute. No charge
until divorce granted.
Drs7 dyer a "grindle cure all diseases
brought on by indiscretion, medical and surgical. Reception
rooms and ollice, 47 West 13th St., near titli av.
K -ROYAL HAVANA HAS ALWAYS DRAWN NoVTi
. CAPITAL PRIZE. 8200.H00.
also little havana.
KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY.
HAS ALWAYS DRAWN NOV. 15.
CLARK A CO., 806 BROADWAY NEAR DUANBJ
?173 BROAD WAV. S3S BROADWAY!
B. NATHAN. Banker.
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY HAS ALWAYS DRAWN
November 11. Capital. $30,000.
ROYAL HAVANA HAS ALWAYS DRAWN
November 4. Capital, 2U0.1XJ0 pesos.
ORIGINAL LITTLE HAVANA HAS ALWAYS DRAWN
November 4. Canital, $2.0t?'.
Daily drawings always on file.
Diroct all your letters to
B. NATHAN. 170 ana K3S Broadway.
Love of intoxicating liquors cured with
Dr. CLARK'S Spocillc; also opium oatiug. Depot, 488
Hudson st.
LaCE curtains. ? ad justab le frame for
drying laco curtains. Address II. T. MAKSIl, 148 West
till st
1TTLE HAVANA.-ORIGINAL; GOULD * CO.,
J Proprietors; capital uriso, $2,000; has always been decided
by Royal Havana.
R. FIELD A co.. 1,212 Broadway.
jy?ETR0P0LITAN
JOB
PRINTING
OFFICE.
28 ann st.
mercantile and theatrical printing a
SPECIALTY.
branch office for receipt of orders at
14 union square, where one of edison's
telephones. for the use and convenience
ok their patrons, has been placed for
those who wav wish to communicate with
the main office.
every variety of printing and wood engraving.
from a
visiting card to a
mammoth colored poster.
work kent to any part op the country
C. o. D
first class work and low prices
for cash.
metropolitan job printing office,
2h ann st.
branch office.
14 union square.
MEN'S DISEASES. NERVOUS DEBILITY, oT5
nlrera and can curs cured without cutting, sounds,
caustic or pain, by tho European anil American Medical
Bureau specialties, alter all other treatment haa failed. A
thirty years' practice by their phyalcians has proven that
unless tlicao diseases are speedily cured thov cause Bright'*
disease, diabetes, dropsy, paralysis, (rravel, atone in the
trail bladder, kidneys and bladder, dyspepsia,consumption
rheumatc-ra. gout, diseases of tho prostate irland, heart
li vor and bladder, which become fatal unless these preparations
or the Asuliol Natural Mineral Spring Water
are used.
Testimonial book, directions, urinary analysis and physl
cian's advice free. Depot and offices. 21)1 Broadway, N. Y*
Mm k.~ de ruyt11e r.'un e x C f. 1. le d~<' la ik vu yant.
gives information iu ull affairs of life; magnetic
treatment and loss of vitality. 1U7 West ltllh St., nuar
Bill sr.
Mrs; danfort if treats successfully
chronic diseases; Insanity cured; examinations, .f:i to
f->. patients attended at their residence if desired: lliehBst
references given. 71) West 52d St.. between 5th aud lilh
vs.
Mrs. drtsparrt the "'celebrated magnetic
Duelress, is making wonderful cures in old chruuic
diseases. I'srsous oil tbo verge of the grave and such as
have not walked for years are now livinir to testify to her
wonderful skil 1 aud success. She advertises nothing hut
what situ has the ability to perform. 41)2 Lexington av..
Dear 47lh st.
Marblf. and marblkizf.d mantels. grave
stones, Ac. A. KLAHKR, 184 East ISth St., near Ud av.
"\f ME. DIX. BUSINESS AND MEDICAL CLAIRYoTJri
ant; pay refused if not satisfied. 4B Greenwich av.
M.MK. MONROE.?DIPLOMATIC ADVICE. LETTERS
written and otlior services rendered, to women only;
hours 10 to 1, 4 to 7. 144 ff est 584 si.. first Hat.
"\[TSS riiind, from boston, gives business
i'l sittings dally. 80S Broadway.
TpUPTURE IS IN V \ l:I iBLY RELIEVED. AND I.nTLL
J ^reducible cases permanently cured, by using Hose t
Elastic Iriiss Appliances, without understraps. They give
a continuous, firm, gentle pressure Just wlieie desired, and
?'o always perfectly adjusted and controlled by the wearer.
Thc> are of simple construction, do not get out of order;
K? vi atin|i-i, rem .o,i...oj unrerini 11 ill
I) thu old stylos; do not. and cannot chafe or restrain ; ore
worn comfortably night unit dny, on horseback or nt any
ot'n r worK ; maintain unvarying |irossuro In utiy position,
and never have injurious results, like the metallic trusses.
Special appliance* for peculiar rases whero ordlnery
trusses are unsuitable. Consultations prompt and free.
J'ri' . s for trusses to suit all. Call on or address HotVK
INIVERS AL T1IUSri COMPANY, H|<? Broadway, Now
York.
IJOYAL HAVANA LOTTERY -OFFICIAL URAWINO
JVOF OCTOBER IS, ON FILE at our office. Brines?
Spanish bank hills; governments, Jtc.. purchased. TAYLOR
A lilt.. Hunkers. 11 W all at.
UT VMMI'.lilNO -UNITED STATES VrAMMKIU.NO IN*,
pstitute. 417 4 th av; best references; no pay until en rod,
Send tor circular.
eoMl.TIIINU NI-.W.. M ' 11,1 K H E THERMOELECTRIC
Oliath, Including Turkish or Russian, f 1 ouch. HI West
17 tli st
rrilK liVENINO TKLEORAM ELECTION RETURNS
I on the night of November 4, 1?7V?, will be exhibited at
the following plteess?
Bulletin No. 1 ?Broadway and Ann at.
Bulletin No. Orsnd I'laaa, Union square.
Bulletin No. 3?Broadway and Hltd st.
Bulletin No. 4?tlth av. and T7th st.
Bulletin No. 5?ltd av, and<l7th st.
Bulletin No. ?? Harlem Bridge.
Bui latin No. 7?Jaekeou square.
Bulletin No. h_Mntnctpal Hotel, Knltnn st .Brnoklyn.
Bulletin No ?-Jersey and Itailrund avs., Jersey city.
Stereoptlcor.?Hamilton Hotel. lli.'illi st nnd nth av.
Stereoptlcon?Myrtle and Fulton art.. Brooklyn.
fpRUSSKS WITHOUT UNDBKSTKA PS OK 11AIIN F.K 8
J logsll snd chafe; call and sen them or send for clrrnlar
KOBE liNIVKKSAl, TRUtilt COMPANY, till}
Broadway, corner 1'Jth st. ; lift patents; ltd veers' expertnice;
Single Tmeses. Double Trusses, jX; every advantage
combined In a clean, serviceable Elastic Ttuse; no
fancy prices.
mo ! ! BU8U8M. AC.-Hi it sa I.E. OOPYRIOHTS
I and I'lates of two successful Books, cheap. Address
lyooroK, luo3d av.
rpo COI'Y LETTERS, PLANS. AC?UNIVERSAL
I Copying Paste; |oolbs.,fJI; wholesale, retail.
UK LAMO'ITE .t M A ROHAN U. J4t> Broadway.
AVATER OBTAINED ItV TUBE WELLS
\| under Orean's patent.
Largo consumer* of Oroton and Ridcewood address
\VM. U. ANDREWS A MRU..
yiifi Broadway, New York.
All parties Infringing this patent will be prosecuted.
<T 1 ? ~ BROADWAY?BRYANT A CO.?LOUISIANA
I I state Lottery hat always drawn on November II.
r ? and Cointnouwealtli have always drawn on No?
lb and ?'J. SI7 Broadway. BRYANT A CO.. Bro.
! her*. _! -
(! ?- KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY" IIA8
i. '/ I i'/w'/isIsiji - been drawn November 1 b. fB7.lld5 .
i d>**r iut"d In 1 .*"i| prises; (I.Y.lOty hai beon paid
;. * t o. i; iI Boll I BR A CO., I .JJ7 Broadway, corr
" JAii it. New Verb.
I or Other tilvert I seme nt* I'nder this
Heading hew Dlttclury.
NETV YORK
SITl ATIOSiS WANTED? FEMALE*.
(miki. ike.
I A FRANKLIN TERRACE u'flTU ST.). NEAR'JTll AV.? i
TTTwu Swedish glrla; stood cook. thu otl..>r as chamber- i
maid and waitress; willing to do the washing together, I
food city reference '
I ?i| | WATTS ST.?AS FIRST CLASS PROTESTANT '
? M L ook iu a private family or boarding house; food ref- t
ercnce.
I 1 *) ) WERT J.TH ST.?A COLORED WOMAN AS ^
A^iOcook: food city rsfstsM* ;
1 1 O WEST ROTH RT.?YOPMG, T1DV COIiOEEB '
Xautsag ? ?R { clljr wfrrnii -i
ll|) WERT MTM RT.. THIRD RILL.?A YOPNQ J
At I 'nil I as food cook and excellent lauudress in a small j
private family ; boat city rotereuce. 5
1 j ?J WERT 1RTH ST . TOF FLOOR.?A COLORED 1
A 1* fwnuinn ns cook : good roforence*. Call tor two days. J
'I RD AT., HEAR I7TII ST.-KKSrKi 'TABLE WO- lUwinsn
at* good cook; thoroughly und?r?UBdi her |
biiftineas: excellent baker and pantry cook ; no objection to J
a abort diatuuce in the country; boat city rolorenooi. Cull hi
for two day*.
oaa west 37th st.?colored woman as oooks i
'good reference.
Ol7f wksST 418T~ST. bear!?a HOOD cook,
w.1.1 Swasher and ironcr; city orcountry. Gallon Moudty. ^
sts just astu 55.. firif tloor, kbar.^48 $j
wlUordcr or dinner cook in restaurant or boarding t[
huu.ni. Cull or uddreaa for two days.
aoq west 11 st -r cook. washer andiron- 1
w-jOct; boat city rcforence. Cell .Monday. r?
| a 1 n west .vitii st.?as excellent cook and
Txl/lu assist with the wanking; city references. y
ii/j west 82 d st.?a JtP.spkctahlb young c\
i 11 JSwedi&h girl aa cook, washer and ironer or for gen- 0i
oral housework iu a siuall private family. Call Monday. ?
(hmiiliernutms. Aif. J
SSTUYVESANT ST.?AMERICAN PROTESTANT A
woman to ilo cliamberwork; la it good lower; no plaiu ;
washing. 0(11 ar addreu. ___________ 1
i- TANNEST PLACE (CHARLES ST.)?SMART 2
.LOvoiiiig Gorman girl at chambermaid anil to ??' lu > ;
private family; ?illinte *nd obliging; seven yeura' refer- ^
out.*a from last place. e|
"1 / * EAST HTII ST ?A~BRIOHT-COLORED GIRL AS 5
LUchambrrmsId ami nurse; very beat reference. Call at
A. BUDRETTK SMITH S.
1 1 - WEST J'.tVl ST.-A COLORED GIRL AS C11A ML ^
X LfXbormuid and waitress. Call for two days. &
1 Qfi WIUf-A YOUNG GIRL A8 CHAMBERMAID 1
XOwand to take caro of children. Call or address. J
ii - 1 WEST 29TII ST.. IN THE REAR-A RESPECT*. "
_i ) table colored Kid a* chambermaid and waitrcse. '
oTlsl WEST Ik-iTU ST.-A YOUNG GIRL*"AS CITAJT 1
OU^bermaid and to do plain sewing; best city rotor* T
ence.
?)<).- 7TII AVT REAR.-A FRENCH GIRL, CAN- "1
Owt/not apeak English, to do cliamberwork and sewing ~~
or a* iinrao fur cbtldren. _
1 ao EAST -JDrif ST.?A RESPECTABLE YOUNO K
TxU ^Swedish L-Irl as chambermaid in a private family. T
ANNIE RE HOST REM. J
7 "Ui 8TH AV.?A COLORED GIRL AS chamber" J.
I <)' Imalil and laundress In a private taniily. Call or ad> ~~
dress for two days.
AN AMERICAN WOMAN AS CHAMBERMAID AND J
neamalreas; the comforts of a homo more desired than V
high wages. Address S.. box 100 Herald Uptown office. _
Dressmakers uutl Seamstresses. I
~ EAST 128T1I ST.?FIRST CLASS DRESSMAKERS ?
?)? Jwauted; also buttonhole maker.
mW EST 1ITH ST.-A FIRST CLASS DRESSMAKER I
doHiroN a few more customers at houae or by the day;
host reforenco. Address MIhn WOODS. ?
l77 WEST 52 D ST.?COMPETENT DRESSMAKER J
_l_"X"Innd operator will give three days'work each week t|
lor Hoard.
WOOBTEB ST.?A. COLORED DMWiailH ~
.M^Owonld like a few moro engagements; $1 50 a day. J
997 8ll AV ? A COMPETENT DRESSMAKER*; dl
?_J I will go out by the day ur week ; cutting and UttliiK 7
a specialty: terms moderate. Call or address. (
30Q EAST 12TH ST.?AS COMPETENT DRESS* ?
^dlt7maker by tlio day or at home; city references.
"I Ok) 31 r AV ?AS "FAMILY"SEAMSTRESS; IS A )
*TO_nica dressmaker; good trimmer; operates; will
help otherwise. r<
r.O 1 3D AV?COMPETENT DRESSMAKER AND ?
? )0"rstyllsh trimmer wants a few more engagements by "I
the day.
Iclt; BROADWAY, NEAR 4HTH ST.?FIRST CLASS ai
?/TlUKrencli drussmaker.by the day, in good family, II
or as titter in good establishment. -r
DRESSMAKER WISHES FEW MORE FAMILIE8 1
to sew in by tlie day or would tako plain sowing home. b
Address M. C., box ISO Herald Uptown office. n
A YOUNG LADY. THOROUGHLY UNDERSTANDING *
hair dro.tsing, would like a few customers by the week \
or month : terms moderate. Address COMPETENT, Herald \
Uptown oflee. t<
A LADY WISHES TO OBTAIN A PLACE AS SEAM- *
stress In a private family fur a perfectly reliable and T
competent girl, with the best reference; can cut, fit and op- 1
erato on several maehincs. Apply on Monday, from 10 "
A.M. to 8 P.M.. at No. 159 Wert 49tU St., where the girl p
can be seen.
X PKRT DREB8XAKEB; EXCELLENT FITTER AND itrimmer;
references. Address J. M.. 117 Herald Up- i
town office. ||
ITIIRST (CLASS" DRESSMAKER DESIRES A FEW 1?
r more citstoiners by day or week; terms moderate.
DRESSMAKER, box ISO Herald Uptown office. j
POSITION REQUIRED BY ~A PERSON UNDER*- P
standing dressmaking and family sewing; conld assist *and
superintend household duties; country preferred; ref- ~
orenco given. Address M. FORD, Dovoe St., High Bridge.
General Housework, die. *
Olfl EAST 5>I> ST A GIRL TO DO GENERAL *
mmd LUhousework ; good washer and lronor; references required.
oik7 i)klancey st.?a middle-aged american
O" " I Protestant woman to do general housework in a
small fjin?Ily. ('nil Monday.
1 CKO :t'J A\'? TOP FUl0&-A OKBXJUrOUS
J.aU?J?w('d()i to do housework.
Housekeeppri. Kir.
Jfr BEDFORD ST-A YOUNG LADY AS HOUSE- -t
OrJkoeper for a Kentleuiati of means. (Jail all the week. J
-? 1 / - WEST .1-1' ST ?YOUNG LADY. OK i'llKKIt "
_L L* )fnl disposition, as housekeeper; widower preferred. -y
1 (7 t>TH~AV.?A YOl'XG LAD\~AS HOUSEKEEPER
xtc I to widower. Apply afternoons for one week. "
sis,)- EAST 7.TII ST.. NEAR SO AY.?A MOST UK- \
Sspectable Catholic young woman as working lion soke-pur;
city or country, i'lease call on Miss McCOR- 0
MACK. J]
~\ REFINED WIDOW LADY. STRANGER IN Clf\\ }
a.'would like to act as liousekneper for a widower or
barholor. w here servants arc kept. Address STRANGER, *'
Herald office. s
REFINED NEW ENGLAND LADY WOULD like
a position as housekeeper; capable of directing ser- 1
vauts and doing marketing, or would accompany anyone '
going South. Address II. STEVENS, box ilk) Herald
office. P
A" REFINED WIDOW OP SB WOULD TAKE~A" I*(T \
sition of responsibility: suinll compensation nnd '
home. Address HOUSEKEEPER. box 150 Herald Uptown
office.
Anew enuland~lady desirf.s position a5
bonsekeepor. companion to invalid lady, or assist In
carnol children and to sew. Address Post office box 13S,
Jersey City.
A REFINED? TRUSTWORTHY AMERICAN LAD?7A '
worker, wlslies a position as housekeeper in a small
private tainily or attend an invalid lady. In fact make herself
generally useful; is a good seamstress, understands
lrc-siuakliiK highest testimonials given. Address ACTIVITY,
Herald office,
MERICAN YOUNG LADY DESIRES"POSITION AS
housekeeper or lady's companion; would travel; references
required. Address, statlug particulars BUSINESS,
box 112 Herald Uptown office.
AN AMERICAN. AGED 32? WANTS IMMEDIATE
position as housekeeper to a kind hearted, sincere,
elderly gentleman of means. ALLEN, stnllon C.
young widow, alone in the ciffTZS
housekeeper or cotupanluu. Address Mrs. K., box luo
Herald Uptown offico.
A~~ BITl AHo.N AS HOUSEKEEPER. COMPANION"
seamstress, nnrserv governess by a lady of respectability.
Address L. kl. B., Herald Uptown offico.
I/NGLISII WIDOW AS WORKING H DUSK II EE PER IN
JJa small family; no washing; good reference. C., 2U0
Herald office.
IADY WITH nUSBAND LATELY REDUCED DKJslres
housekeeper's position gratis; positively satisfactory
roforonces. lNDLSTKY, 110 Herald Uptown office.
1" two SISTERS KUO.M THE COUNTRY as" HOI iS
keepers or companions; a good home more of an object
than large salary. Address L., 171 Herald Uptown office.
Ii>OW, SPEAKS ENGLISH. FRENCH. GERMAN?
as housekeeper; city or country. Address Mmo. DE
STAKE, box IMt Herald Uptown Branch.
II'iiiow of 45 A LADY IN EVERY SRNHE. WISHES
M charge of a widower's hnuse fur a home; being an excellent
housekeeper, she offers her services In all slncer
Ity to the sincere, nut Irtflura. Reply PLEASANT HOME,
1<4 Herald Uptown oflice. _ t
liauiidrmiarii. <Vc. '
f)(* GREENWICH AV.-A KKHPEUTABLR young
^1) woinanto wash or Irnu by the da; or week. ?
I/17 WBMTVMTtl st.. Tor FLOOR.?A RliriOTAXU
1 bio colored woman wishes (oiue families' washing
by I ha wook. Call or addraie.
nr. WEST ll.TII ST., BASEMENTDooU? RESPECTliable
woman to go out by tho day washing. Iiotiaocleanlng
or scrubbing. Mrs. LUWh
! >/ hast inra ht.?a kbhpkctamlb youxo
J OUwoman to go out to wash by the day.
I t| VVK.-iT MTH HT., FIRST FLOOR.?A RESPECTI
' I table wotunu to go out by tha day washing and Ironlug.
I - I wkmt 8IRTST.?LADIES'. FAMILY OKUKNTI.K1
) I men a waalilng dona by the week or faontli at 75
cent* iter Uor.au ; nil ordnra promptly attauded to. Call on
or address Mrs. 'IT'K.NKK, Bra! IlooE
l/;i; wkst 8HTH sr.. first floor?a respect
1 v.)* table colorud woman daairaa family waabing at bar J
reaidonco.
I JO THOMPSON ST. - 1* It I V ATM FA M IKY WASHTnO ?
AOtJend Ironing neatly done by K. II JOIIXHON. .
') 17 KAST -.'STII ST.. TlltRD PLOOK?RKSPkc". '
s^'r I table woman w ishes waalilng at home; famlllea or f
Kentlnmun'a; 50c. per Helen. (
>1 ) KAST 31HT HT. (TOP UK 1.1.)?KEKI'Ki TABLE '
tyl.eywomun wishes gentlemen's or email family's washIUK
*. KcmmI rity rrlorcnrn. J
??0|o EAST II I'll ST A RKSPKOTAULB WOMAN '
tftnjtu go out liy the day waalilng and Ironing. i
> I '? WEST HHTII HI A COLORED WOMAN VriHH- J
?) " w sailing and Ironing or will go out by the day
good rof'tmtiro. # ''
1 ~??7 1st av., between st at and md sts - a i
i .*14 I woman to go out by tho day to wa-ili and Iron
Call for two days. M ra. 11am 11,1.(IN. 1
? i no r i i.ass laundress WOULD uikk (ten '
J V tinmen a or [amities waalilng; 75c. iliiaoii. Addraaa i '
JANITOR, bog l'J7 Herald Uptown oHIco. " 1
MRS. MAOIIH, 739 7TII A\.. HAVIXQ EXI'K ' !
rience In flno waalilng. French Anting. Ac., ower rj |
years, wishes, to got nioro ciialomura; gent lumen aa well I
as family waabing.
In raw*. Ac.
nl'AHK AV (P It EH EN T KM PLOYBR'RV-A HE
arn l iable young woman aa wot uurao for a baby Uro or j
| iia inontbl old. J
HERALD. SUNDAY, NO YE
SITUATIONS W A N T K I>-K EMALK S. j
" $???> |W- X
00 JOiV., SECOND tIiOOB.-A RELIABLE AND Jj
ij^wllllnic .voiiiir Birl (North German. only tow months Mm
n country). as nurse ond to do plaiu sowing. ati
? . > WKnT 47111 ST. (PRESENT hll FLOYEK'Si ? A |
tiOFreuch woman an nurse ami seamstress; beat city rof rruca.
_ add
>1 t'H KYST1K ST.-A HERMAN CTRL AM WET d"r
?J.nuria lmiulre et Mrs. TUBE'S, TtJ
in iou"ru vru av -a YOUNG ERENOW QIRL AB 53
i/t/nur?o and to give French lessons. Address BILOTTE. rj
| ??/t HKiiAliH'AV, BOOM 10, THIRD 8TORY (PEER- ?l?<
[_''oni employer's).?A young, healthy wet Huron, now , . .
ii the country, desires a place In thi* city or neighbor- It
OMli.
IrtQ BLBBCKER ST., CORNER SOUTH r,TU AT.- woi
.OJa Kronel' lady a? nurse in American family.
^IIARY. C
- I #TH AV?A LADIES' UNLIABLE MONTHLY o
</'rnur#o wUhes onguguiuuutt* by the month or wouk; ? i
est reference. Mrs. BACKKTT.
(to WEST 24TH ST.?RKSPEuTABLE WIDOW AS . p
t/Onur?u; capable of taking charge of iiifaut from H.i
irtli or any other work ; good references.
),"(! EAST &1ST ST.-AS NURSE: DOCTOR'S BET. 1
jrJt/erecce. Address Mrs HAMILTON. |
II STII ST-AS SICK NL'KSE; " REFERENCE'
fit Ji'all or addreMS.
r~WELL EDUCATED" PARISIAN TO MIND OROW- C.'
AiiiK children and make herself generallv useful; rood .
iterances. Address FRENCH, box 112 Herald Uptown u
Ice.
1 THOROlToHLY COMPETENT, RESPECTABLE T'
Vwldow, of large experieuco in nursing and taking ,
iiarce of InTallds, desires a situation to travel with a sick 1 '
r invalid person. Address Mrs. K., box 3,5uf>, New York. "1V
\n AMERICAN olitL wishes a situation as n;;
Viiursoand soanistross: reforenee, present employer's. *
ddressE. M. S., box lis liorald office. \\i
?RENCI1 CURL. JUST" ARRIVED FROM OENBVA.
7 as nurse for growing children; Rood sswor. Address
box 111! Herald Uptown Branch office. 11!
XTANTED-BY AN AMERICAN (1IRL. A SITUATION V
If as chambermaid or nurse: neat sewer; excollent rcf- *
ronces. Call on or address, Saturday or Monday, F. A. C.. "11'
1 Pike st. YV
Illscellaneons. it:
I - GREENWICH AV.-A .MIDDLE AGED LADY W
loss compnniou to a lady, nurse to invalid, housekoepcr, 1 _
c.; reference. Address M. P. \\
A- 7111 AV., KING TilIRD BELL.-A YOUNG sloe
.UiyAmerican girl to ussist in doing light housework; ; don
agos.not so much an object as a nice home; hicbest ref- L..
ruuee. Call or address, Monday or Tuesday. K. F. 11. I \\)
ill BROADWAY, BOOM 21.?A CULTURED LAD? ! twn
."XeJwanls some tisolul employment for a home. Ad- : ,
rrnii KKrKKr.M^.s. o?ro ui r;. n searing. uu
QQ HLKKCKKR ST.?A GIRL OK 10 YEARS ago
.OOto wait uu u lady or do other light work. Call or qtili
ddreas. drci
HE WEST 30TH ST.?A YOUNG WOMAN. LATEt.Y \V
sic/landed, wants a gaod homo for herself and child, v ?
>uryears; small wages. oral
I ~PARISIAN PERSON AS LADY'S MAID OR 8EAM~ "P'
\ stress; in industrious. reliable and kind; best refer*
need. Audrea* A. J., box l'Jl) Herald Uptown oliico. u
1 TOUHO PBBKOH GIRL AS LAST'S XAXD iJlB ?v'
Vseanistross; no objection to growing children. Address \\J
. O.. IU5 Herald h'ptowu office. ??
I MIDDLE AGED AMERICAN LADY WISHES A TV
XsituHtion in a family in any capacity. Address M. C. '?
oWUN, Brooklyn PwoBm W>
I YOUNd AMERICAN OIRL AS LADY'S MAID AND TV
VseamstresB, or seamstress and take curuof grown child, ; ' '
ddress M. 1'.. Long Island City Post ollicu. j qnli
blTTxI)USTKIOITS, MIDDLE AilKD PERSON TO I \\
Vsunervise and make herself gonernlly useful; do any- ! T?
line but laundry work ; will work. Address AMERICAN,
)X 143 II orald Uptown offloa. _
iTilUNil LADY DESIRES A POSITION IN A (HOD \?
Vfectlonory store or bakery ; good reference given. Ad- and
ress. for threo days. A., 160 Herald Uptown otllro.
TKKMAN LADY'S MAID?PERFECT DRESSMAKER, W
Xhalrdressor, or us seamstress by the month; city refer- rooi
ice. Address N.. box 137 Herald lirauoh office.
THOROUGHLY EXPERIENCED HERMAN PSOT- TV
L estant lady's maid: first cluss dressmaker and hair- *'
resser: wishes to meet attain with a nice lady; best city
iferences. Address M. box 170 Herald Uptown \\
dice. _II
no TRAVEL. OR SITUATION IN THE COUNTRY, BV AY
L educated, oxporiencod person, aged 30, American, spoakig
French language tlnonlly, and thorough Idressinakcr '
nil sewer; city referouce. Address A. L. C., box 117 1Y
eruld Uptown ofiico. j \\
17 ANTED?by A~~WID0W LA?>yT~WITHOUT EN- I'oti
IT cuuibrance. any position of trust; would superintend i
otisehnld duiies and make herself useful in any capacity I TT
ot menial; best reference as to character and capability. V?
ddros Mrs. FIELD. lf*0 West IOth st. ! Hei
V'ANTED-A YOUNG* LADY~ LIVTNO IN THE TV
IT country, a position as companion to an olderly lady or V?
> a lady about to travel; object, a Rood home. Addross Not
OUNG LADY, box 153 Hollidaysburg, Pa.
IT ANTED?BY A LADY, APPOSITION AS COMI'AN AN
IT ion or housokoeper. Address S. F., Herald olfico. ~
ROPE88IOKAL SITUATIONS WANTED- J.
FEMALE8. _
4 LADY* DESIRES PbhfriOfToF CASHIER IN RE- V
A.tall store, hotel or restaurant: speaks Oermuii uud T0f(
uglish; has been a casliiyr and is at liberty to rotor to ?
uu employer. Address LOUISE, Herald Uptown oflice.
A YOUNG LALY DESIRES A PERMANENT POSE Vtlon.
either as amanunnsis. copyist or lady'a com- A
nulon ; country preferred; references oxclianged. FLUR- j ?
INCE RAYMOND, <13 Brunswick St., Newark. I
\ N KNGi.lSIl I.ADY OF EXPERIENCE DESIRES ' .
:V.a position as daily governoss to teach English. French | A
ml music; cau givo the highest testimonials of ability* ^
tddress S. 8.. Young Women's Christian Association, 7 ! f
Cast 15th st. M ^ I ?ox
1 refined lady, i.n reduced ci ecu mstanl'ks, ' A
nLwill loach music or English branches, or will do sewing
f any kind at her residence; tortus reasonable. Mrs J. T., *eci
,274 2M "v., comer 07Uft il*? first tlat. a
\"COMPETENT AND KXPKKIENCEirGOVKKNKHg tdesires
additional punilp; specialties. French, German, f*af
iano and English brunches; would exchange lessona for A
oard. LOYAL, Herald Uptown oltico. j\
f ADY COPYIST WANTS W KITING OF ANY KIND; lnc
Liexperloucod, rapid and correct. Address LADY, Herald A
Itice. A
UTISITINO GOVERNESS?ENGLISH, FRENCH."VlBR W('
? man. tutipic; thoroughly comuutont. Address, for throe A
ays, COMPETENT, box lib Herald Uptown office* JK
ITAITIDaif A YOUNG LADY. A POSITION 48 J1'1!
rV governess, to teach the English branches and tnustc,
r as companion ; no objectlou to travel. Address J. II 4
IM 2d av.
L?r AN IKD-FROM A LADY. KNGLISfiTBrtMGNH IN T
IT exchange for German. Address Miss IL, Herald Up- J\.
own office. Adi
11TAWTBD?BY A LADY. A POSITION IN AN OFFICE 4
I? to write. J. II., box 185 iloraiii oflio. J\
rANTBD?KE-ENOAOEMKNT HV HXl'KRIKNUED !'*"
it govern**, to teach anil cnie for childion : acquire- A
lent,, nin*ic. French. English; beat reference,. i!Uo _i\.
'rluco, corner Macdouiral "t.
XfAITID-IT A LLOt OF OOOO EDUCATION, A 1$
If position a, corresponding necretarv or aiiiaiiuenaia drc
nd lady', comnanlou; refersncaa exehangod; country
reforred. Box 43, llatlloW, Xaa*. 1)
trOUMtt NORTH GERMAN LAl>V GIVES LESSON* ,|rc.
1 for 30 cuuta. Addre,* EASY .METHOD, Herald Up- ?
own office. 1)
7/\ WEST HOUSTON ST.?A YOUNG FRENCH NM
I 1/pornon (plan Isle; a, goveruesa to young children.
00 URN AY, 12
VVA.VTKO? KKMALKs. ~ IK I
^ -A.-A-A.-A. Jjt
L Experienced operator* I I
l, on cloak,; (rood pay A I
t. and plenty of work. bra
L. D. B. BABCOCK A CO.. j~
^ II JahMM A. Bnoinjn, In
ZLADIBH TO TRAIN KUR SEW TELEGRAPH OK BK
.lire,; permanont. paying eriiployuient aoon a, t
u a it tied. TELEGRAPH, 21! 1'ark raw. L
V -FIRST CLASH FINISHERS AND 'OPERATORS HI11
.on children', clonk,; work given out. ryi
M. GOLD. 22 White ?t.
7 YOUNG GIRL WHO UNDERSTANDS FANCY bul
fXwork to attond the atora. L. Til URN, SS4 Broadway. o|
I GIRL WANTED?FROM U r<> it vkaus old. to y1
iVtrnd child end mako hersolf uaeful. 1,45s Loxiugtuu
iT., between IMtli and Kith ?ta. *r
A GIRL TO CHILDREN; ONE WH<rCAN l)() SOME S]
cY.?ewiiig; roference, required. Addre*, Kit! East 1 loth at.
A"-T ai EAST HITII NT. LAD1KB "b'SOOME PIRrT Re
cla** cutter* and dressmaker* by learning P. HONrKY'H
French geovaetrle ifilem. W1
N IN DUSTRIOUS LADY OF GOOD' a'DDRKMH TO ho!
olicit order, for our new pictorial work ; salary, $18 ?reuklv,
with expense,. for one order per day. Applv, with
ofaronco. CASS ELL. l'ETTER. GALI'lN A CO.. .!W y1
iroadwey. ^r*
7 -EMPIRE-SUIT OOMPANT. 87 WEST 33D BT.. ^
/VsWiint expert operator* on children * silk and velvet
Ireasu*; alfiu experienced Willcox A Gibb* operators on j "o!
Ine flannel goods. (Ha*ument boll.) pp
A-cloakmakeks 1
A.?Cloak (linker* ?rf
A.?wanted; tt
only experienced hand* need apply ; steady work. VI
OPPKNHKIMEK A CO., D>4 Church *t. t?
A" 8M ART. TIDY YOU NO GIRL TO DO LIGHT CIFAM- bri
hHrwork and waiting: w nixes tfH. Call MiiihIby. hum Br<
II tu ti, MS Wtal Mllt'it. Koference. " "
A DEMAND Kim TSLKUBAPH OPKRATOKftMIN \J
new company; Inarn ; take position*; iniiuht pracil'nil/i
liny nml ?veiilii?. T1IO.W i'su.VS College, 2l> 4iU 11
if. Established 22 year*. \|
i m kxpbiiTiTacF and how" hand, to dksicn
/V ami tuako samples ; n permanent po-itnm for tliu rlicnl \]
lerson. 1.1 I'll iiiius . 7.1 Walker St. ^
4 wn.i.iMi uiiti, 11>k ikm.SKWIIIIK kveninhm V,
fXand Imliie nt limne; #0. 1(12 West l?th el. ((Iota)
A~-hikuEL HIIDS. Il.*> AMD 07 WOOKTEIl NT., WANT "
IV.'Jiai minn Wheeler A Wilson operators on ladles'nn- *t<
li-runiinuiitn nml clilldron'e drosses; alio apprentice.; \\
naclilnos run liy power ; stead) work the whole year. Ell- i ?
ranee to workrooms, ltUI and Ittfi South .r>lh a*.
r luOK, LAUNDRESS* NURSE. W AITRKNN" AND V
L/ehmuherinald. each flrsl class In every partlrnlar; j;,,
tin of lean. (lorinnn or Swedish. Address, stating *a:?i
which tnIIat lie moderate), nationality and full particular*, i \l
II vsicl an. Herald Upteaa iMm V
hi'XI'UKIEMfKD SALESLADIES WANTED?IN 7>Uli \l
^fringe department; iiiuat apeak (lerman. Apply at ?
iUlee. third floor, between n and 12 o'elock. EDWARD clc
tIDI-KV A SONS, (fraud and Allen ata, fin
L'KMALKS AND MALES TO LEAKS o1L~]*Hofo"
P miniature painting: euay, heantllul, profitable; $|u. ten aeaaona;
will itlve line portrait to ireod subject for alltiiiiri. \
,'afl 21 Baal illMh at. ho*
LMKsT CLASS SKIRT HANDS WANTED; ALSO a/"
prenticea In dreaamaklnic. 42 West 211d at.
LiKRM.'ii Woman cuok wantkd-must he jp
" strictly flrst class?for small private family; alao wo
falter, French or English. Apply at 4 Wiiat 4.'ld at., Holiday.
ta^
mood sized nurse fllllL wanted. CALL AT oill
UTl.tUM Lexington av.. between 7ltil and 74th sts., heween
111 anil 12 o'clock to-day. 1 '
IN A QUIET COI N rItY FAMILY-THE SERVICES OF '
I a I'rnieataiit person of middle ngn and settled habits, in
1 he capacity of housemaid and waitress; rnference expected
from laal employer who can testify to elhcloncy, \
wood hahlta and tali h I n lneaa. roraonal application to- J*
morrow, between 12 o'clock M. and 2 o clock 1. AI .at store Ho
oIULLLUCKK A l.OCIvL, yj l'i uukliu at. j dti
!MBER 2, 1879.-QUINTU]
HKLP W ASTKD?PEMAI1K8.
A DIES To LEARN MILLINERY?MOST APPROVED ,
French *y*iem ; iiihtruction thorough; toruiH nodemte. [
k D17 RAN DO, 1,807 Uroftdvay, aoconil door below i
E t
ADV H(H 8BKRBPKE WANTBD-MU8T BB RE- I
lined, lively and companionable: applicant* should jrivo J
Ires where advertiser can obtain personal interview i
lug week. Address BACHELOR, Herald Uptovo office
KS II. A. CONNELLY WANTS GOOD SKIRT
,bunds for fininhin^ and looping the finest of work; I
is who have bad long experience In the boat private !
isos will jret larire whjjok, and only such need apply; |
> n first class fitter. Apply 7 East lHth, basement door. |
11. MAC Y A CO., 14TH ST. AND 6TU AV? WANT
achlne lace worker* ou Willcox A Qibbs machines, to
'k on the premises. (
ustora shirt flnishers, to work on the premises.
nemtors on ladies' end children's underwear. to work
loine or ou tho premises.
osltivoly the hl){host prices will bo paid.
11.ESI,AI)iES WANTED?FIRST CLASS'SALES
adles for inlllinory goods. Apply to K. A. OIESEN,
'last 14th st.
iLKS I.A DIES WANTED?EXPERIENCED HANDS
or underwear department; eitv reference.
JONES. Stli av. and lOtli st.
iLFSLAPIKS WANTED?FOR CLOAKS AND SI'ITs".
>nly those who have had experience In tlret class city
so. apply after 10 A. M.
IIEARN A SON, 30 West 14th st.
) VISIT :? K V M11.IMS A DAY. ? A PERSEVKRINfL
espectabie ladv wanted : six hours' work; $S salary and
is. Box Post oflico.
rANTED?OPERATORS AND FINISHERS- ON
suits: Wheeler A Wilson mnchinee; high wages to oxenced
hands. 1S5 Spring st.
' A M'ED-A LADY OF INTELLECTUAL TASTER. I
whoraniii'-et and converso well with other ladios.
Iross PERMANENT, 1131 llurald office.
'ANTED-AN ACTIVE, KNTERPRISINoT LADY;
nccnimt ion permanent, genteel slid remunerative, boning
with $10 per week. J. CUM.MINOS. 17 Bond st
'ANTED?A YOtr.VO L.ADY. AS HOUSEKEEPER.
Address A. M., Herald office
'ANTED-1110 FRONT NRT ~KAKBRS. AT $1 PER
dosen. at II. (1UILM Altll'S. S41 Broadway.
rANTKD?FIRST CLASS WAIST AND SKIRT FINishers;
also improvers end buttonhole makers and
ivo hands. Call, before 0 A. M., at 140 fith av., side
r.
'ANTED?A PROTESTANT COOK AND TO ASSIST
with washing; Herman or Swede preferied. Call for
days at l.iafct Madison av., near 111, st.
'ANTED?BY A~ SMALL (IERMAX FAMITYTNO
children) a nest respectable girl of about 14 years of
. to assist in light housework: heat reforeneos are rered
: an active eloan girl will find a good home. Adis,
with particulars. L. D , box 141 Herald office.!
'ANTED-TIIE BEST FITTER OF LADIES' CLOAKS^
riding hshlts, Ac.. In Now York: man or woman : libsalary
: permanent employment. Address X. B. P.,
aid Uptown office.
'ANTED?YOUNil GERMAN TilRL KoR CKXEKU
housework; good referonce*. Apply 1,081 Lexington
rANTED?TWO FIRST CLASS 8ALESLADIK8. 17
East 10th st.
rANTBD^A FIRST CLASS MILLINER CAPABLE
of getting up her own styles. Apply to KAI1NILER
A LEWIS, 61 Wooster at.
WANTED?HONEST COLORED OIKl/ FOR GF.Neral
housework In small family; host roforoncos rerod.
Call MO Wert 23d it.
'ANTED?A FIK8T CLASS TAILORESS FOR FINishing
cloth coats and jackets. 110 East 40th.
Mllo. ANTOINETTE.
^ANTED?EXPERIENCED SALESWOMEN IN
fancv goods and toys. Apply, hotweon the hours of 8
9 A. En November S, at 10 West 14th at.
rANTED?EXPERIENCED OPERATORS ON~VINF.
custom shirts; also operators on stock shirts; workin
entrance on '20th st.
LORD A TAYLOR, Broadway and 20th sh
rANTED?GOOD .nKI KT TRIMMERS. Ill EAST
28th st., basemont door.
'ANTED?A YOUNG GIRL TO TAKE CARE "oF~A
ehllil and niako herself useful. Ill West 41st st.
'ANTED?FIRST CLASS HANDS ON SILK FUR
lined garments: steady work at homo to competent
ties. Apply HARRIS A RUSHAK. 41)7 Broadway.
' \NTKD?FIRST"CLAVS WAIST AND COAT !
hands; those accustomed to working on cloth and dotho
host of work. Apply JOSEPHINE EGAN, 50 East
I) st.
'XNTED?FIRST CLASS LADY'S MAID. SI'KAKiiie
German and French perfectly. Address ACHATES,
aid olllce.
rANTED-AN~0PE'RATO R~6N"WHEELER A WIL*
son's No. 8 machine on curtains and upholstury.
to hut a lirst class hand noed apply at 144 ,'ith av.
IANTED?FINISHERS ON CLOAKS; GOOD PAY;
steady work. .1. THOMAS. 48 Walker st.
HUNG LADIES TO ASSIST WITH OFFICE WOltK';
also a cashier. Address, with reference, BLOOMINGLB
BROS., lid av.. corner 5?>lh et.
OUNG ~LADY WAN T ED?AS CAS IIIER. .ADDRESS,
In applicant's own handwriting, stating experience,
irence and salary expected. Post oftlco box 1.092.
SITL.VTIONS WAirnUMULU.
GERMAN-SOBER. INDUSTRIOUS AND WELL
recommended, desirea a situation In a liquor factory
vholesale liquor house. Address FISCHER, 181 East
It st.
~YOUNG MAN, 22 YEARS OF .A~<JET DEslRES A
situation to take care of u horse or team and make hlm'
useful about a gontloiuan's place. Address K. B., side
: 10 Post office, Greenwich, Conn.
BARTENDkll WANTS SITUATioN?THOROUGH*
knowledgo of business: unexceptionable references;
urity If required. CONSTAN'i'INE Herald office.
MAN OF :i.-> DESIRES A SITUATION AS COLlector
or offlco work. Address K. B. UURNKK, 425
It r>2d St.
YOUNG MAN WO OLD "MAKE HIMSELF USEFUL
as portor or assist in kitchen or dining room : experio
In both. Address T. H., box 170 Ilerald Uptown office.
COLORED MAN AND WIFE WANT A PLACE":
waiter and laundress or cook. Address J. 11. C., 2110
st 29th st., front room, second floor.
LAD OF IS DESIRES A SITUATION IN SOME
wholesale house where ho will have both In mid ontsldo
ies. with some writing; good references. II., 670 Lexton
av.
COLORED MANAS W AITE R~BE STOITY REKorenco.
Address 214 F.ast 22d st., roar. Now York.
YOUNG MAN (KRENCHi. WELL EDUCATED IN
both laiiKiiaires, wishes employment In nuythluK.
I reel 1'IW.NCH. box 119 Herald I pmwn office.
YOUNG MAN. AGED ill. WANTS A SITUATION"';
excellent references. Addrusa CORCORAN, IU2 Chatn
at.
SITUATION WANTKD-HY A YOUNG MAN WHO
underetende couoerlnif.. Addrtiae J., 114 llurald office.
OY 15. WELL EDUCATED. WITH HXOHKST BKPerences.
desires situation toluaiu good buaineaa. Adas
L., atatien K, city.
A K K K K PER W18 H ES A SITUATION; THORenplily
undoratanda hia buaineaa; beat roference. Adas
.1. M . :?l East Stli nt.
AP.KKEPER WANTS SITUATION^ IS 20 YEARS OK
aire and baa good city references. Address B. 11., box
Herald office.
ABKKKPBR.?A COMPETENT IRISHMAN, AGED
21, wants a situation; llrat class references. Address
>PK, Herald office.
MPLOYMKNT WANTED BY A YOUNtT MAN Op 10
years; Rood reference. Address ED., 218 East S5th.
"BAD C0O1L?SITUATION WANTED BY A TTuSf1
.class cook; one who knows tbo buaineaa In all its
tichea. Address E. COM BE. 202 East 45th at.
WILL GIVE ANYBODY PROCURING MK A~SlTCAlon
925; salary $b per week ; easy work. Address LAMBY,
Herald ofllca.
WILL DO ANY WORK AT ANY WAGER; VKHY
eat city refereuco. Address for one week PORTER,
i Hernia office. ___
TUAl ION.-COLORED'WAITER IN HOARDING
louse; no objection to private family. Address E. 1'.,
i 140 Harald Uptown.
ITUATION AS AGENT Poll A WHOLESALE LIQUOR
loose or a brewery ; understands the Brooklyn trade all
ourIi; will furnish ample security. Address for one
nk (!.. box 20U llurald ulllco.
ITUATION WANTED-HY A~YOUNO MAN AH BAR
luupor; run K,v<" H""?i cit? rumroucrn irniu jaai e:uynr'a.
Cull or addrcar, for two daya, at 172 Variuk at.,
w York.
I'll ATI' IN WANTkT) MY MAX. cook; CAKVKR,
paatry; thoroughly undnratanda Ilia buainoaa. Addraaa
t 127 llorald Uptown liniurli office.
ITUATIOM WANTSO-HV A YOUNG WHITE MAX,
in waitrr ill a in irate boarding liouau; refvrunoe. Adlaa
M A. Ilarnld Uptown office.
ITUATION WANTKD-BY A THOKOUOIl HARlonder
tlrat claaa reference. Aildroaa EXPERIENCE,
i 142 Ilarnld office.
0 KAIIMKIlS-WANTED A SITUATION WITH AN
American tanner, by a young man. Ill yoara old. Ad>aa
K. STEIN KK, 22 Koraylh at.
7ANTKD-BY ELDERLY MAN. STEADY WORK IN
1 wholaaalo or retail paint, oil or rarnlah lionae; la tired
tlio work; or would work part of the tiiua with the
lali at light work. Addreaa PAINTER, 441) 3d ay.,
ooklyn, in barneaa atoro.
TANTBD -SITUATION ~ AH PORTER; GOOD
I pnokor and driror: llrat claaa downtown reference,
dreaa P. E. A.. Ilerala Uptown office.
TAITKR WANTS SITUATION; AHK SI. WAITER,
I box IIS Herald office.
J ANTED ?MY A YOUNU MAN, A SITUATION AH
1 driver; can give the beat of reference. Addreea T. O.
120 llroonie at.. Now York cltjr.
C ANTED?srTl'Al ION AS WATCHMAN. PORTER
I or tlranian, by n alnglo man ; IIrat claaa city reference.
, box 121 llorald office.
./ ANTED-A SITUATION IIY A YotlNtl MAN". 20;
1 wapm n? object. Atldroae E. II. M.. box l.'fi Herald
ilnwn oflire.
lTantkd-by moral yoijno man work or
1 any klnrl; will work for low wagea. U. M., 100 Herald
town oflice.
J lUTINil DONE AT UOMK.
I. II \V., HI KmI IOth at_
T ANTED HT A TO UNO MAN, A Position "IN
I Borne Initial* to null on emnmiaelnn, or noma work wlieie
iae attention to htialneaa will nee u re advancement! can
nlali boat roferencea. Addraaa L., ho* 100 Herald Uuvn
offlee.
"OUNO MAN KKO.M KNOLAND. W KLL EDUCATED,
could render iiaalatanco In bonk atorn. mimic. ware. .
iiao. printing otlire or any almllar rapacity ; good arltliticlun.
U., V I'd nr., room 10.
ns fOE SITI AIION Ol ANY (lOOII POSITION
wet/paying rea?niiiibl# aulary; one who I* willing to
ra. Aildreaa HOPE, 101 Herald U|itown office.
||W\ CASH -I WILL PAY Til IH SUM TO ANY
1.*7'/puratm wlm will procure me a poeltion lu tlio Poal
co. Addreaa REPUBLICAN, Herald office.
J7 WKHT :t:iD sT.-HMAItfT ACTIVE WAITER
Dl wlahea altiiatlon.
ciiERKS AMI dAliRRNEV.
YOUNO MAN WISHES A SITI Al ios \.> llf.WKI.
cling aaieainait; haa had ten yearn' experience In tlio
ntlinrn jobbing notion, drug and grocery trade*. Ad- j
jaa A. I. U., Herald ofUco.
PLE SHEET.
CLEltKS AXU 8ALEHME!>. _
A V61;No American. who thoroughly VS- i
dorataniln French .nil Spaui.b, de.ire. * petition ? ? f
lucreaniilo or manufacturing eMabli.biuout; eene'J lilil r!
no much of an object aa to loam a bunlue.n. Addrena w. pi
P. J.. Hneald otteat ?
A MIOULK AGKD ukntlkm VN. OK EXTENSIVE | t
n\and varied buatueaa experience, H thorough aecoiiut- V
nnt and tluout corronpondent in three Ul|i*USH< well up j A
in export muter., Having excalleut eonunetloun and .ruler; i f
eucea, aeeka a .uiublo position. EARNEST, JU7 Herald 1
office. J]
A MIDDLE AGED OBKTUXAK desires a I'osr- ,
tiou of correspondent iu Bullish, French, Spanish ana ^
I'ort ugliest); Uss a large experience in business and is fully
competent for the general nmuagetueul of ft counting rj
house, without regard to extent ot work. A. B., box 210 j.
Herald office. jj
A YOUNG MAN (10), UNDSRSTANDINO BOOK- 7
keeping, English ftud Herman languages, has been two 1
years in tho produce commission business, desires a situn- ,
Hon in some wholesale house, where, bv hard work, he can -y
advance; best references. Address 11."8.. box 207 Herald Z
office. /
AN ABLE 8TSNOGBAPHER DKSIRRS POSITION? P
Shipping bouse preferred ; speaks Kroucb and German. ,
Address FliUl), box 2.354 Post office.
Auenteeman with a thorouuh knowledge ^
of 1 ill on s, white good., lace, and embroideries i. upon ..
for nn engagement a, resident buyor for u Southern or _
Wontem limine. Addraaa A,, ll!U Herald office.
An accountant will investigate" and
write up account., prepare balance shouta. Ac.: uiod
orate charge.. Addrea. GRANT, Herald otlice.
AMIDOLS AGED GENTLEMAN, AN EXPERIENCED j!
accounlniit, thoroughly familiar with double enlry
bookkeeping, wishe, to muke an engagement with a good
bu.iiie.. limine; refora to formor employer., II., box 1
B.ffSl Poet ollice. fl
YOUNG MAN. "STENOGRAPHER. WILLING TO HE
generally useful In a law office. at a low .alary, may J
hear of a permanent altuatlou by addreaalug LAWYER E., c
Herald ofllce. a
A GENTLEMAN WELL ACQUAINTED WITH HROOKl.vn
laa-yer. to aolicit atnnographic type writing, copy- J
lug. lithographic and electric pen work: llbural arrangement:
alno ono In Joraey City. NEW YORK STENOGRAPHIC
AND TYPE WRITING ASSOCIATION, box 4
11.07 .-i. ?
WELL ESTABLISHED PI KM OP STENOGRAPHERS
w ill receive ninart boy. and in roliirn for flrnt vear'. Y
services impart thorough instruction ; small salary if found ri
useful. INTELLIGENT, 213 Humid office. "J
\ YOUNG MAN WANTED-ONE WHO MAS 1IAD EX~
./Vporlence in the rotall millinery business. at J. LIC1I
TENSTKIN'S, 287 Grand st. o
?!_ b
AYOUNU MAN WHO HEADS AND WKITES CORroctly
can find permanent employment with a literary ,
gentleman: hours from i) A. M. tn?"l\ M. State age. pre- ?
vious occupation and salary. AMANUENSIS, 161 Herald *
Uptown office. ?'
A young MAN. 17 YEARS OP AGE, IS DESIROUS "I
of obtaining a aiiuation in some good mercantile J
house, whore he can learn the business and there is a i
chance for promotion : reference and security if required; J
salary no object. Address S., box IDS Herald office.
A DRY GOODS COMMISSION HOUSE W A NTS A ]
.yountr Miilosiortii who known tho trruiu mid familiar
N\ iiii I'hilibUelphiit good*. Addrotin KMl'IltK, llernld oflice. /
A TO UNO MAN', AOBD 23. WITH VKIiY BEST OF \
references would like a position in nonio wholesale fj
house or broker'* otlico to loarti tho hiiniucw. no sulury
wanted until worth one. Address BUSINKSS, 243 Herald 1
otlico. J
AN INTELLIGENT, ENERGETIC. PERSEVERING b
man, who lias a largo acquaintance in Now York and 1
Hrooklyn, can have steady, genteel employment and good J
compensation. Address, witli references, G. M, H. A CO., .
Herald ollico. i
A- W ANTED. A SALES m AN~t HOKOUGllLYACT
quninted with Eastorn and Wostcrn cloak trade. Ad- .
dress It. M. Q., box lOo Herald ollico.
AN " EXPERIENCED STENOGR""APHER AND ^
superior penman desires a position; reference; this "
failing, stenographers and others solicited. TRADE, box .
I*Hi llernld ollico. 0
YOUNG GENTLEMAN WHO WILL PROVE ON 1
trial that ho in an A No. 1 (talesman desire* a situation .
either to travel or remain in city; beat of references. Address
VV. B., box IBB llorald oftieo. n
A YOUNG MAN WILL W RITE EDITORIALS. ~SKR- 1
mona, short stories, conduct business und other cor- .
respondonce. address onvolopcs, and do copying of any J
kind. E. II. H., station D. *
A YOUNG" MAN. AGED 17. WOULD LI KB A POSL 1
yVtien in an ollice; bust of ruferoucus: understands banking.
Addross A. W.. 127 Noble St., Hrooklyn, E. D., sta- *
tlon (1. J
BOOKKEEPER'S SITUATION WANTED?BY TIIOR". 1
ouglily competent, experienced bookkeeper, with unoxccpttonahlo
references; understands German. Address f
CASHIER, box a,*11 Post office. J
/tOPYIST WISHES A SITUATION ON ENVELOPES 1
\Jot circulars. Address A. R., 1121 East Sth st.
CASHIER AND BOOKKEEPER WANTED?wffH deposit
of $3,000, for which interest will be paid ; give
name, refurenccs and salary required. Address W. II., box
1 11 Herald office. 1
Drug clerk wants a situation where he 1
can earn hla board ar.d attend lectures. Address MEL,
Herald office. 1
Druggist.?young " man (three" years'" ex- 1
perlence) seeks employment. Address 56!) Palisade
av., Jersey City. 8
D-RUG CLERK WANTS SITUATION: HAS GOOD 1
reference and speaks Gorman. Address BROMINE,
Herald Uptown ofllru. CNENTLEMAN.
')<>. TITGIIKST SOCIAL POSITION.
Xreferences and ability, as corresponding clerk. COR- x
1'OKATION. 214 Herald ollico.
Hotels.?young man desii{e"h_situatTon in a *
hotel: had experleuco as cashier and clerk; city reference.
Address L., 203 Herald offico.
"I NTKLLIGENT" EXPERIENCED. STEADY YOUNG ?
J man (Irish Protestant) desires upnolntment: good petim?n,
calculator, correspondent, Ac.; excellent references
(Dublin. Loudon, Now Yurk). W. R. N. Herald offiae.
Literary and political contributors
wanted to first class weekly republican Journal: slate
price per thousand words. JOURNALIST, box 204 Herald ,
office. .
Vf ANUKACTURERS. ATTENTION !-AN ENERGETIC
1*1canvassing salesman will "drnin" trade and hell staple
good* <111 commission. Address SELLERS, 4tl Lcroy at. ,
Salesmen wanted-for dress goods depart- 1
meiil. UKAKN a SON. 8Q West I4tu st.
SITUATION WANTED AS COLLECTOR IN ANY
capacity: nine years' reference, anil security if desired. '
Address II. 0. It., Herald ofllee.
SITUATION WANTED?IN A DRUG STORE, HY A
graduate of pharmacy; can furnish best of roferuuci-s. '
Address DRUGS, Jl<> Herald ofllee. '
SITUATION WaXTKDlItV' YOUNG~MAjrtfl) CONOversnnt
with German and French. in dry goods Importing
or commission house; >|uick ut figuring correctly;
good penninn ; host reference* glren. Address ACTIVE,
DOS Dili lleruld ofllee. '
Salesman wanted?to hell si-icks to city i
and nearby irado: one ncqualntod wltli the business. i
Address IrlOB, Herald ofllee.
S" alkpmkn~on th?~road, who desire to add
a Hpm iulty in the grocery lino, address 1). & CO.,58 West 1
11 road w*y. I
O ALES MAN TN COMMISSION HOUSE (DOMESTIC" !
Ohosiery, fancy knit woollens); must know Jobbing tradeAddress.
with nanio and particulars (or not noticed), DOMESTICS,
Herald ofllee.
travelling Confectionery salesmen, to '
X take orders for fruit specialty; easily sold : trend commission.
Address IMPORTER, box lit) Herald oflice.
Wanted?a salesman who is familiar with ;
It Now York city trade to sell men'* linen collar* and
cuff*; preieronce iriven to one who lias bean previously ongsged
witli a maiiufactiirer. Address, with references,
JMNE 4 HAMBLIN, Troy. N. Y.
UrANTED?l'dblTION AS NIGHT WATCH OR .
night clerk in hotel. J. It., box 14H Herald Uptown i
nlllce.
WANTED?A FIRST CLASS CIOAR AND TOBACCO |
*T salesman, who can come well recommended and Is
thoroughly acquainted with the retail city trade; liberal
Inducement* will be otleied. Audress TOBACCO, box 11)1
Herald ollice. \
\l" ANTKD-JANUARY T, AN ENERGETIC WOOLEN J
** *ale*iiian to travel in New York Slate with a good
line of line and medium prlred Roods. Apply, with roforoncea,
to DAY. NEAL 4 MORSE, Hoston, Mass. \
WANTED-A COM i'ETKNT SALESMAN FOR TOILET 1
soaps. Address TOILET, Herald Uptown office. J
WAI,TED-i SITUATION AS SALESMAN-IN~I <
TT wnolesaie grocery mmx; haa large acinalutnnra on 1
Lung Inland: bant II reference. Address O. 1*. NOSTRAND.
Wl Carroll -t., Brooklyn.
AITANTKD^Tlillkl; LIVELY OUOOERY CUOITKS ?
TV fur new store Enclose postal address to MONT- 1
OOXUY. Hereld Uptown Branch eld, :
WANTED?A TRAVELLER Atiy I' al NTEI) WITH J
the fancy goods end notion trade. Addrena, with par- r
ticulara. a. V. VOX *-117 Herald office.
' aN rK It?A BOOKKEEPER Wild WRITES A IaFr J
TT hand and I* quick at (inures Herman preferred. Ad- dreaa.
with refercticea and salary expected, O. W'.. box V
lid Herald office. k
\\rANTKD?A SITHaTIOX OR WOI I,D TRAVKL
TT and aell on coinintaaloii for responsible pnrtiee; Jew- a
eirt line preferred. HAMPTON, Herald offiaa 1
TITAN TED?A YOUNO MAN of GOOD ADDRttl d
TT and liberal education In a collection houee. Addreea,
riving age. refercncoa. experience and aalarjr expected, '
VlNllKX. Herald office.
\*r ANTKIK-A' CORRECT Hi >UK K EE PER OK tit MID <
TT family: heat reference and experience. Addreaa,
terms and particulars. FRANKLIN, lloraid officii. '
WANTED-A POSITION AS CLERK OR COLLECT- "
or by a middle aged man who will make himself gen- '
arally useful. Una several yeara experience; beat of reference,
with cash security it necessary ; moderate salary. '
Address 8EOUKITY, hox 1H7 Herald Uptown office.l '
WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED EXAMINER OP t
piece goods In a lares wholesale clothing houaa. Ap- ply.
by letter, to EXAM IN KK. box 70 station A. 1
\\TANTKD?AN ACTIVE. RELIABLE MAN TO LOOK c
TT after outside bualneaa for an old established ttrm; ;
small salary until pruvud satisfactory. Apply III to 1J '
Moaaay. 7m 8th ??,
ANTED ? A b_MAKTVOi:Ncl M AN,*??OOD* SALES- '
' f " "? ? "" "?,r riiiii|>?ii??llon. Apply
Monday at Jul neat lltli at.. aecond floor.
WANIHD-IN A CLOTH JOHIIINil HOUSE, ~A :
alock elerk accuatoined to handle lino woollnnaand
In aaalat In aamplo department; innot bo exnanoncod. Addreaa.
with rofornneoa, II. II. II.. 114 llorald offico. *
WANTKD-A SALESMAN: MUST HAVE HOOD REP- ^
artnca or aocarlty. .1AMKM SIIREIIV, s:t Barclay at. (
\\TANTED?A MIDDLE AHED GENTLEMAN AS OUT- ;
IT MM aaleamati: ono nf lm go acquaintance and expvrlonco
can niako a permanent and prufltabla connaollon
Willi a flrat clana lionao; $Ji> por wook anil cnmmlaalnn. Ad- i
druaa, wltli roferunco, (or tliroo daya, DETERMINATION,
box (Oil Herald ofllce. j
W wmi-KMPLoVMKNT; MAKKIKD MAN ?(t "
TT line iieiinian . rapid and enrreet al tiguroa; nlnoyoara
with manuriictiiror na bonxkaaper, aaloaman and buyar; j
referenooa and ancnrlty; corroapondunca Inrltod. J. A., box
IfJB llarald offlco.
VTOI'NO MAN. IIAVINO A OKNERAL KNOWLEDGE ,
X of biiainaaa. mn at have employ mailt; prafora clothing ?
or gnnta' fnrntahltiit (anloainatinhlp): aalary flO to coin- ;
meneo; referenooa. llllPK. box 11*4 Herald olllca.
O-it UASII BONUS POR A SITUATION. WITH
ptlv/pAr daj aa l)ookkiM?|?nr or olflcA work. Andreas n
HOOKKfaiRI'hK, box )t)4 HemldoflHcr *
(tr% (111(1 vN AMRRK AN. 4H YBAMI OLD WITH
?P?JiUV/U?I5 y?HrV ncllro ImiiIhom experlflnco In Www
^ ork nntl nhtindutil reforonown, deilres position as siiloa* ?
iimn or hookki'?|ii<r; termor proforrod; would invest Abort ?
hmiimot In tlio luiffiiiiiflft If socurod ; loininun Iciitions con*
OdenMal* Addrosa OON8KHVATIVB, HtralC office.
^ COACHMEN AND GARDENER*.
I THOROUGH ENGLISH COACHMAN WILL
xshortly be disengaged: twenty years' emparlance lit
oiidou, Canada uud the United States: nine years villi
ream! employer. Address L. M., private liable, 1JIJ6 bast
id at.
NOACHMA.lT" and oakdknkk?iikkmanI can
.'milk; make himself generally useful; beet reference,
ddreaa Jr.. 23.1 llerald ofticc.
Hi 10H MAX?SITUATION-WANTED. BY AMKRI^cau
voting mini; city or country, good reference. Adroex
AMERICAN, licruld Uptown oltice.
1DACIIMAN -BY a YOUNG ENGLISHMAN iMAIU
- rIeii aa llrat claaa roacliman; iinduratanda fully t|ie
roper care uud treaiuiont of Hue horses, harneaa and car.
ages; la a very atyliali driver, neat ill appearance: can
Iriiiah the beat reference from aoino of llie highest faniie>
in the city. Address J. 'I'., 314 Wee* .">tth at.
1OA0HMAN?BY BERPEOTABLB YOUNG MAX;
.i thoroughly nnderstanda hia buaiueaa; etrictly temperlo
and obliglng: llrat claaa reference. Address COACHIAN,
K. M. .Stivers, loll East dial at.
X ARDENKK'S SITUATION"~WANTED.?A FIRST
Tolas* married gardener, eouinetont in all branchea and
uat references, as practical anil landscape pardoner. Adreas
II. K. 1*.. seed atoro, 3-t Barclay at.. Now York city.
ITOrcD DIKE TO OBTAIN A SITUATION KOIt A
fr trustworthy man aaconchiuun and gardeuor. Addreaa
. W. BARLOW, 14ti Kendo at.
llKliP WANTED?iU.YL.KS. ~
Around the world with generalorant,"
by Jnlin Kuaaell Young. Cuuvaaser* wanted. Apply
> Mr. 11YDE, subscription Book Department, the AiueriIII
.Vows Company. -1 Park place.
\ -youno men to train for new telegraph
Y.offices; permanent, paying employment noon us nuau- ,
od. TBLKQKAPH, B1 Park row.
i DEMAND KOK TELEGRAPH OPERATORS IN
lYnew company; learn; take positions; taught practi.
ally; duy and evening. THOMPSON'S College, 20 4tb
v. Bet Allan ad 9 years.
* L.VI) ok 1". V ka ks kok OFFICE DUTIES;
: Ywages, $3 perweok. D.. box 111 Herald oilier.
A CATHOLIC GENTLEMAN IN OUR BUSINESS,
Ywllling to drum up trade, make short trips, collect,
c.; good salary. II. MrDAVITT. 509 Broadway.
\ FIRST KATE SOLICITOR OK ADVERTISEMKKTS
Ylor a monthly niugaisliiu wanted, at 47 Lufayette placo,
join 8. Call between 10 and 12 A. M. Liberal comtnis.
iou to tho right man
AGENTSWANTED-KOR .ST. LOUIS, BALTIMORE,
YChicugo, Cincinnati. Now Orleans, to soil a scloct line
f ruchltigs and lace goods. Adilross, with references, A.
I* box 121 Herald.
A UTOGKAI'll DUPLICATOR, 30 TO 5<> FACSIMILE
"Vtransfors. txti, 54>c.; Commercial Note, 81; Lotter,
1 88, Ac.; satisfaction or money refunded. Agents wantd.
Solid for spscimrns. 37 Park row, room 30.
JOYS WITH-REFERENCE. 1?3 MERCER ST.,
Jtliird lloor.
J 0Y~WAN TE D-AT J. LICHTENSTEIN'S, 287 OR AND
Jst.
71ELT HAT FINISHER ON LADIES' WORK AT BUL.
? LARD a OmHPt,dW Kulton st., Brooklyn.
US INSPECTORS I NKMPLC)YED AND GENTLE.Tinauly
canvassers wanted, to tako orders for the best
as saving machine. Address MANUFACTURER, box 123
lornld otlico.
PRINTING.?ATMAHT. ACTIVE BOY. OF GOOD EDL
ucatlon, as appreutico; extra good chance to a good
oy. Address FRANKLIN, box ltit) Herald office.
|>KlNTINO.?AGENT WANTED; SALARY AND COML
mission. PRINTER, box 200 Herald ollico.
If AitKIHD COUPLE WITHOUT CHILDREN"TO TAKE
Tlcbargo of lionso rout froo. Address C. HART, Devoe
I., lllgli Bridgo.
rO SOLICIT "PRUDENTIAL IN8URAN0E;" NO
lapse*. AddroN* box 787 Now York Post otHco.
Vacancy for an active man ok neat ap
V pearauco, to take city orders; enclose postal curd adrossod
to yoursult. VACANCY, Herald ollico.
IITANTKD?A YOUNG MAN WHO HAS WORKED IB
M a furniture factory, who 1s accusiomod to using glue,
cc. None but a stoutly man, witli good reference*, need
dilress K., 230 Herald ollico.
iitantkd?an honest, upright hoy, 14 timo,
TV to make himself generally useful about a store; must
o quick and willing to work. Address, in own band, E.
I. G., 1,380 Broadway.
1%.'ANTED?IN A COUNTING ROOM, A BRIGHT, Al7TT
tive lad, about l."> years of age, residing with bis pa
out*; salary Hrst year, 8100. Address COMMISSION
IKRCHANT. Herald ollice.
11TANTED?AN EXPERIENCED Bo"0KCANVASSEtt,
TV to obtain material and orders for u popular work; Mural
pay to a Hrst class man. Address, with references, N.
I., box Wo Post ollice, Piovidence, R. I.
1X7" ANTED-A "MAN HAVING EXPERIENCE 13
TV selling books or sewing machine*, to Introduce sotnoliing
new. Address PERMANEN 1', 147 Herald office.
117"ANTED?A BOY IN A LAW OFFICE; GOOD
TV poniuau ;$3 a week. Address V. S. M.. box 131 Herald
(lice.
IVTANTED?A YOUNG MAN OK ENERGY AND PER.
TV severance, willing to work for $1 per day. Address
lAN'l.'KACTUKER, 105 Herald.
UTANTKD?A YOUNG MAN, 10 TO~-2tT\ EARS OLD,
TV to make himself generally nseful for board, lodging
ml 810 pur month, 487 Oth |T? near 20th si.
II.T ANTED-SEVERAL MESSENGERS; 810 A WKE?
TV Miss SF/.Y, 22 West 11th.
IVTANTED?TWO LIVE YOUNG MEN ON SALARY.
TV CLINTON, tiio Hatter. 75 and 77 Nassan st.
lirANTED?13 GOOD AGENTS. 815 PER WEEK
TV wages guaranteed, on a new .monopoly. Address C.a
lex 110 Herald Uptown office.
IITANTKD?BOYS TO WORK IN A LIGHT MANIL
TV factnring business. Send uddreae to G. A kl., Herald
Dice.
WANTED?HESPUNSIULK MEN IN EVERY CITT
to full the best article known.
_ 0. E. l'AUE, 11 East 14th at.
Y\rANTEI)?AN OK KICK HOY, ABOUT J4 YEARS
T? old, residing with his ijarents. Address.In own handwriting,
with references, Post office box 2,2441, Now York
:ity.
WANTED?A RESPECTABLE YOUNO MAN AS POR.
ter iu u wholesale drygoods house on Broadway: only
inch that moan work and are able to pack goods need
Ipply. Address, with ruferonuos, W. S., lleruld otlice.
WANTED?A DAD WHO WRITES A RAPID AND
plain hand, quick and accurate at figures (and having
i knowledge of bookkeeping preferred): state age and
lalury expected. A. O. 11., box KH Herald otlice.
r: POUNDS OK PI RE TEA OR COKKEE AT WHOLh"
Jsalo prices, THE CANTON TEA COMPANY, 148
Jhambers at,
___ THIS TRADES.
A" VoiTN(F~<0<NTLE M ANrC( iDDEtl^OR ADlTAfK,
desires a position as proof reader oa eoiue paper or
nagaiine or with soino publishing houso;he is also willing
to make himself useful in a litorarv or general way; he
is* done soma literary work: excellent references as te
tbilltloK, Ac., given. Address S I'ES, Herald otlice.
A Vol'NO MAN OK TEN YEARS' KXPEKIENCeTn
every branch of the Jewelry business, both In manufacturing
and selling, would like to make some suitable arrangomouts
with one or more houses as n travelling salesnun,
on salary or commission. Address, for ten days, 8.
4..141 Herald office.
K< 1RKMAN TEN YEARS IN FACTORY AND
four ill a machine shop, competent to design msi-nlnsry,
to do any class of work, wants employment. Address
A., box 120 Herald office.
AN EMPLOYI.NO printer ouarantkes pkrmX
nent work to good Jobber ill consideration of small
itouey loan tor short poriod. LOAN, box 148 Herald office.
AT. STEWART A CO. WANT KIR8T CLASS KUU
cotter*. Apply at workrooms, 41) Lafayette placo.
tjuiulNEii WANTS SITUATION as pattern^
iniaker or Klttsr or look after machinery: has been 13
rears foreman; good draughtsman and well up in marine
tnd land work; good reference: teetotaller; salary modirate
to begin. Addroas ENOINEEK, 013 Monroe St..
ftrooklvn N. Y.
FINHINKBR'B SITUATION WANTBD-BY A YOVH&
Jinan, who understand* *11 kinds of repairing and la
rilling to make him?elf useful In any way ;goutl roferenca.
kddres* D. M., box 119 Herald office.
h^MJINEER WISHES A SITUATtoN.?FOUR years
Jin tho stevedore business; flrst class retorunee. Address
ATM. UKIUSON, .">7o tsth St., South Brooklyn.
bMNK PORTRAIT AND PHOTUORAI'IUC PAINTER
In oil wants work, ut any price. 31 East 1 J.">th st.
nood-fur CUTTER WANTKD-aLHO uood silk
LXclrcnlar llnors; very good wagos paid.
MAHLER. S.-.8 llroadyy.
JOSEPHINE H. EH AX WANTS SOME COMPETENT
men to make cloth coats; those accustomed to making
adles' coats. Apply at '>? East loth st.
PHOTOGRAPHY ? SITUATION WANTED, BY A
first class retoucher; would take charge of reception
ootu. Address Miss A. L., station A, city
PHOTOGRAPH PRINTER WANTED AT MOST
WICK S, us 8th nr.
JTKADY EMPLOYMENT To PIR8T CLASH DIAMOND
Jiuouutora at JEANNE BROTHERS, 1 Maiden laue, New
fork.
SITUATION WANTED?BY A COMPETENT M AC II IN*
Jlsl. engineer and tool maker; can superintend. Ink*
harge of men;could (111 position as salesman; good ad*
Iress. with AI referonces. J. K. N., Harold offica
rWRNTY MEN WANTED?FOR NAPPING FUR HATH,
at factory 30 Fair at., Newark, N, J.
I\rANTED?DIE SIN IKK OF FIRST CLASS TALENT.
YY Apply to OOltllAM MANUFACTUKINO COMPANY,
17 Umuii siinare, betwuan tlia lioors of 8 and 3, Monday
.ud Tueeday next. _____________________
11/ ANTED-MY A STAMPED WARE MANUFACTUR*V
lug llrm. a thoroughly competent foreman for nresa
num. Applicants will ploaso state fully their experience
n such a position and gira address where an iuterriew
an he hail. All communications will be strictly eonfldau*
lal. Addrass TINWARE, Herald office. ^
117 ANTED?A CRAYON ARTIST TO WORK AS AS*
TT latum; salary. Address CRAYON, box 17.T Herald
flic"
11," ANTED -BY \N KXI'KIIIK.NCKK I' I'lK ILSTKRKR
TV and decorator, a position as foreman. 11., box d.UUtt
lew York Post oBlco.
S/ANTED?A B ACK TENDER AND A PRKM ROOl
TV hand lor satinet printing. A|i|ilr at linlon Print
Yorks. aft and J7 Joliuson as.. Brooklyn, K. D.
I IT ANTED?PI BUT CLASS ARTIST TO PAINT
TV llowsrs In nil; ninst work on the promises. Apply al
UPi East ?1 "tat.. OARDNKK A CO.
I \f A N^ KI > ? A N EXPERIENCED, WP.1,1, BKCOkf
TT mended assistant foreman in a large wliolosale clotting
house. Apply, by letter, to box 7U station A.
l\T ANTED?TWO COOPERS TO WOKK IN P AC KINO
TT hniiae. Apply 1100 Porayth at.
I1TANTKD-A PLATE PRINTER; MHHT HITAUOOD
TT wnrkman on wedding and vlsitiug cards. 11EUIBKT'M,
U7rulton at.
l\r ANTED BLOCK CUTTERS; OOOD WAGES AND
TT permannnt employment. Apply to ,1. M. WAKKKN
I CO.. wit Kaat 4t!d st.
Itf ANTED?A KIIIST CLASS AND PRACTICAL OABjl"
TT netmakei able to repair and make first rlaaa work,
'arnlshlng and French polishing In all Its branches. Only
inch need address, wages expected and relerenrns, KNOX,
nix 111,> Herald Uptown Branch olllce.
WANTED?AN ARTISTIC JOB CUM I't ISITOR.TIIOH"
ottghly competent, for line work , permanent situation
intl fair wages to Al man. No eliter need address A It IIST
tox us Herald oftlcs.
W'K W ANT AT ONCK-TEN FIRST CLASS ARTISTS
en advertising sign and pictorial work to travel An
tly to HIlADBUKY A IIOUUI1T ALINO, HI Park row.
Por Other Wsnt Advertisements He?
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