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Wanted. --I wish to hire Fifty able-bodied Negroes for the present year, for mining farming and railroad purposes, at the Carbo Hill Mines, in this county, and for employment at the coal var s in this city. Among them a rate Carpenter two Track Layers and Engine Runners, will be required. also — For my family in the city a good Cook, Washer and Ironer, and a female House Servant. John J. Werth, Agent. ja 5--ts
Wanted — to hire At the Arlington House, corner of Main and 6th sts., one first-rate Bread or Meat Cook; two young Men or grown Boys, accustomed to the House and Dining-room, and one Chambermaid. ja 1--ts
Wanted — to hire --For the ensuing year, a good Plain Cook, without incumbrance, and a Boy to wait about the house. Apply to C. W. Macmurdo, At office R. F. & P. R. R. Co. de 31--ts
For hire --One No. 1 Female Cook, Plain Cooks, Washers House Girls Dining-room Servants, Farm Hand, one good male Cook Drivers, Factory Hands, Brick Yard Hands, one good Carriage Driver and House Servant. Thos. J. Bagby, Agent for Hiring out Negroes, Henting out Houses &c. No. 8 Wall street. Under St. Charles Hotel ja 8--5t
Wanted --A first-rate Cook, and also a good Nurse — middle-aged women without husbands or children preferred. Application may be made to Chas. Talbot, corner of 19th and Grace streets, or to Williams & Elliott, 67 Main street. ja 4--ts
Wanted --For the ensuing year, a No. 1 Cook, Washer and Ironer, for which a liberal price will be paid. Apply to Alfred Moses, 63 Main st. de 22--ts
Wanted. --I shall be prepared to hire for the ensuing year, for the operations at the Carbon Hill Mines, in this county able bodied Negro Men, comprising pit hands, surface laborers, wagoners and mechanic; also, a Woman, who is a good Cook, Washer and Ironer, and a capable female House Servant, for my own use in the city. Jno. J. Werth, Agent. de 12--ts
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For hire --A good Cook, Washer and Ironer, without encumbrance. R. Cauthorn. ja 11--3t
For hire --A Negro Woman, with children. She is a plain Cook, Washer and Ironer and field Hand — would living a short distance in the country. For a home, where she and her children will be well treated, the hire will be very moderate. W. G. Miller. Cary st., under the Colum ja 10--3t*