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Wanted to Hire, a good Cook, Washer and Ironer, and House Maid. Apply to Mrs. John Williams. corner of Leigh and Fifth streets.
Wanted to Hire, for the ensuing year, two good servants--one a good Cook, Washer and Ironer; the other, a good House Servant and Nurse. For such as will suit, a liberal hire will be paid. Apply to L. Yerby, No. 5 Twelfth street, between Main and Cary. de 29--6t*
For Hire. --For hire, for the ensuing year, a fair Cook, Washer and Ironer, with a useful little girl about six years old. She is healthy, and her hire will be made very reasonable. Also, several able-bodied Men. Apply to E. A. Smith, at R. H. Duke's, Cary street, between Fourteenth and Fifteenth. de 31--2t*
Cook and Dining-room Servant for Sale. --For sale, a Man and his Wife, each twenty-five years of age. The man is a good dining-room servant and carriage-driver, and is also a superior blacksmith. The woman is a No. 1 cook, washer and ironer. These servants are likely, of unexceptionable character, sold for no fault whatever, and will not be separated or disposed of to any but those who buy for their own use. Address S. A., through Richmond post-office. de 30--3t*
For Sale, a No. 1 Cook, twenty-two years old, strong and healthy; without any encumbrance. Inquire of me, at Gallego Millia. D. H. Berry. de 29--3t*
Wanted to purchase a Servant. --I wish to purchase, between now and Christmas, a first-rate Cook, Washer and Ironer; one that can he well recommended; I want no other. John Dooley. no 14--3tawts
Wanted to Hire, a good Cook, Washer and Ironer, by the month preferred; without encumbrance. Apply at No. 193 Broad street. de 28--3t*