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■^ANTEO—MAT.E HF.LS*.
T\;antfh-a goodmanto work in a rtork,
’ > y/ii,. mu |,i, pnndoy-jr i,tCc> ou good ton I osta.fl
Address Full, *l'iluiint* diiiu.T.
WANThH)— A GOOD lIMJHI HAI.E3MAN (MUST UK
a trimmer) nt H. KHn'i city uimna Bturc, 484 Uonlrfl-
LMAin'licanu limit call this n;u;ui.iu.
\\o.‘^Tlcb-A?rExi‘icuiiVNai ; :i>'dry noons bn.
. ,''7 fliir):. A)iiily M.inilny ni'.rntnd at lU4 MluUl.:ut'
;i. MOXTOoMitiiY. wmil ,u,u
VL’antbd-a "yiiilxu man ah assistant
FF bookkeeper. Address, In lmttd*wrUo, wLh ref
erence and (Paired salary, 1) 110, Tribuna mhoo.
W~‘ TBritolCAN AMIOTAKT*IIOOKKKBPKit ISA
■ wholesale bouse. Address with lolcucncc, A 89,
rrlbunoofi.ob. .
nrANTISD-A MAN AH CLERK IN mtALIfSTATR
IT olHoo, whocan loan his employer SIUO on A No. 1
lecmlty, Address ÜB7, Tilbua.t ouico.
Tvaf|<?s.
WANTIin-MnN TO 1)0 (UrIT.NTKn, MASON,
Vi and paintwork on homer, ami lako h-ms'ami mt,
Pr lot lit payments nlsu man to mi JIT >nnls plasifniig.
Iwo-ooftlwork, for (HD rash, 17 mth* from oily. Gall at
Room 17, WjCast AladUnn-at.. iu»s inforu 1U a. ni.
WAMTKD - Ui’llo),STiaiMt, ONI! THAT HAN
muko inatlicsrcs ami work on parlor snln, wago«,
?i gold por day and board. Gall on, ur address IC. G.
ullAPidN, butcher, bouib Uvonslon,
WANTi!I)-A MAN'TUAT UxOllllSTAlinSTlinN
leg and Bornll-sMrltigi iiciinmimst employment to
Uis rightman. Apply l‘Jl Nona Woils-at.
\\f AN'IHD A FEW l-IUST-CBASS OABINRT
VV maker*. OOlco 35 South llulon-Bt. J. A. WAU A
DO.
IATANTED—AT &U WEST LAKB-bT., A GOOD
i Y shoomaker. _____
IVANTi : rD-2 GOOD COATM AKERS; TERMS LIB
FT oral to steady mon. Apply immediately at M 8 Arch-
f\F AN T UD-A TnoIuFUOUIiY-GOMPETENT
\) Imuk'biudcr. to take rhnrgw of a bindery. Apply at
»03 to ItAN'D, AIoNALLY AGO.
I\rANTED—A GOOD PRINTER WHO CAN LOAN
V V hit t mptnyor 4 6t>o lor utim year tin lint -class security:
ttoady situation. Addro»s E la, Tribune clhco.
\VrA.vfEf)-FII{ST-OLALKM'OUD-tSAHVI:tt, ATBS7
U West Uandflpli-at. F. UHIL’KKNUEUG.
WANTED-A YOUNG MAN TO WORK IN PHOTO-
Rrai)!i gnllorv: must have s nuo oxpotlonco lu print
ing. A. WALL', 917 West Madlsou-st.
WANTED-A FOUEStAN OR PARTNER IN A
faruliuta nvumthotofy who has Bnuu trada citan*
Bahod of sp’cDU/ to mamifncture. Address with lull
partloulars, li CU, Tribune omoo.
Ooaclimon. TLoa-instork. tf:c» •
TITANTED-r-A COACHMAN; WAG EM. sls PER
VV mouth, with b.tnrd. Apply at Dearboru-at., be
twoon 9 and 19 o’clock, Monday.
Miscellaneous.
WANTED— A'OOMrRTRNT.MAN AROITY.RDITOII
uf a dally nowspapor. Ono having a practical
knowl»<lgo of phonography profotwa. .Good aaUry_wlll
bo paid. For particular* Apply to OJ D. KANK A 00.,
Lil Dcarborn-st.
WANTED-AGEXTS THAT A 111! TRAVELING
can tako small sample case and make haudsomo
eommbiluns. Address O 44, Trlbuou oflica.
WANTED— 1(10 MEN TO WOHIC IN KING’S COAL
nilnui at Braldwoort, III.’ Unnd miners can make
trom $4 to $6 por dnv. Oroon bands make $3.60 to £4 per
flay. Innntro at 418 South Cannl-st., or k» direct tn (ho
mines. No union mou need apply. nlClll lUUNb.II,
Superintendent. J. tj. 11. KING, Proprietor.
WANTKD-GENTIKMRN OP RESPONSIBILITY
to establish agendas in olMosand towns for a now
ini attractive magazine; also osnvas.ors for Chics go end
lubmbs. (J«U or address Room 69, Republic Life In
surance Building-
TTTANTLD-A BOY THAT CAN PLAY THE SNARE
IT drum; mast be n good dtirnmar. Apply to-avy,
from 9 1 lit .1 p. in., or Monday, at Room 17, o. W. oornor
Btato and Mndisjn-ats.
iVANTRO-SEVERAL YOUNG MEN * AND LA-
It dies in a light and pr.ilUabb employment. LIN
COLN & FRASER, 73 South Halstod-st.. down-stairs.
WANTKD-A GENTLEMAN OF GOOD ADDRESS
traveling in tho Wust to take tiro department sup
plies (hose, 0t0.,) to sell on commission. Call Monday
at IB and 38 Soutu Oanal-st.
WANTKD-A MAN TO TAKE CARE OF PROPER
IT ty; must deposit $95 security. Apply at 1.9 West
Madtson-at.
WANTKD-A GOOD BOY TO ATTEND A LAUN
dry ottioe; must como rocouuuuudod. Inquire at
166 East Madlson-at., In basement.
TUANTKD-FIRST-OLASS CITY AND COUNTRY
it canvassers; also 3 German or Dutch; permanent
employment to the right men; those having mechanical
knowledge preferred. Apply after Cp. m., at Room 67,
125 and 137 South Clark-st.
WANTKD-A BOY TO ATTEND FIRES MORNINGS
and evenings; must live near. Call between 6 and 9
p. m„ basement, 603 Mlcblgan-av.
TtTANTED—2 GOOD MEN CAN FIND STEADY
TT rfimitloymcit: no capital, but roforcucea required.
gELLY.t HOW ISON, 295 South Clark-st.
WANTED—3 WIDE-AWAKE MEN TO SOLICIT
it orders for the best s-lllng articles out. Call on
Monday at sloro 207 South Clark-st.
WANTED— MEN TO SELL NEW ARTICLES THAT
■oil fast, and pay Urge produ. 275 East Madison
it., Room 14.
WANTED-A LIVELY. HNEROKTIO YOUNG
man to travel during tho winter with the advertiser
In a pleasant and vory protltablo business. SSO required
aa security. Call at37S West Twollth-st., up-stalrs, from
10 to 3, Monday.
WANTF.D- IMMEDIATELY, 10 LIVE MEN TO
work Llfo Insurance In this city for tho Protection
Llfo Insurance Company. Oall on mo at lot) Madlson-st.,
daring utUco hours, and at Flitb Avenue Hotel during tho
ovenlnga. U. NOWELL, Agent for Chicago City.
lArANTED-1 OR 3 EXPERIENCED SALESMEN
YV and canvasser* to sell tho ilnost work over isvuod;
ozolutlve territories. O. J. GRIFFITHS, 126 and 128
Doarborn-st.
WANTED-MEN IN EVERY STATE .TO SELL
the celebrated Obang Ohaug. One man sold 70 In
one day; another raan, who never uad aulcl goods before,
cleared $43 last wook. If you ara out of employment,
don’t fall to tako an Agoncy that will pay anyporson who
U willing to work from S2O to SOO per wook. 99 East Mad-
Isoa-st., Rooms.
•UTANTBD-A FEW YOUNG MEN FOR THE CITY;
tv business light; pays $B por day; no capital re
quired until the business Is provod to bo so. Call and aeo
at 18 North Canal-at.
WANTED-MEN. TO CANVASS IN COUNTRY
towns, toooino and Investigate an artlolo every
bousokoopar must nocossarlly have; Joa can sell It these
tiroes If people will buy anything; It's no trinket. Gall
at 876 West Twoltth-st., up-stalrs.
WANTED-MEN in city and country to
sell non-oxploslvo for kerosene oil. Men with
J\2 to $lO can mako $0 a day. Costs 8 and 16 cents, soils
or 25 and 60 cents, A. RAY, Room 18, 164 East Ran*
dolpb-st. .
TITANTED-A BOY FROM 15 TO IB YEARS OLD,
Yl who knows how to Inks care of horses and deliver
goods. Well rocoinmondod. 971 West Madlso»-Bt._ .
WANTED—FEMALE HELP.
Domestics.
WANTED A GERMAN OR SCANDINAVIAN
girl to do gonoral housework. Apply at 79 East
rweniy-sveond-st.
W” ANTED-A GIRL TO TAKE CHARGE OP OHlL
dren and do plain sewing. Apply Monday at 460
North LsSallo-st.
\\/ ANTED—A GERMAN, WELSH, Oil NORWH
Vv gian to do general housework. Apply at 11J Park-av
ANTED—IN A PRIVATE FAMILY, A FIRST
class cook, and second girl. Apply 668 Mlchlgaa-sr
WANTED-AT 811 MIOUIOAN-AV., A GIRL FOR
dialngTOoro.
WANTED-A GOOD SMART GIRL TO DO GEN
eral housework in a small family,' Apply Immediate
!y at 261 Warren-av,; nu Irish wanted.
WANTED-A GOOD GIRL TO TAKE OARE OF
children and assist at housework; German or Bean
dlnavlan preferred. 246 Tylor-st.
WANTED-AT NO. 69 SOUTH PKORIA-ST., TWO
VV good girls; one for second work and sowing, the
other must be a good cook.
TWANTED—A GIRL TO DO PLAIN COOKING
VV and general housework In a private family of two
persons. 608 West Tylor-st. _
WANTED-A GERMAN GIRL TO ASSIST IN GEN
oral housework In private boarding-house No. 14
Bishop-court.
WANTED-AT 200 ASULAND-AV., A GOOD CODE,
washer, andlronor. Must bring reference.
WANTED— GIRL FOR GENERAL WORK, OR
cook and second girl. To an experienced girl, a
steady place and good wages. Small family. Apply to
day and Monday. 79 Vinconnea-av.
WANTHD-A NEAT GERMAN OR NORWEGIAN
girl to do gonoral housework In a private family at
northwest corner of Erlo and Stuto-ats.
WANTKD-A FIRST-CLASS COOK AT 884 SOUTH
Vv Park-av. Call forono woek.
WANTED-A FIRST-CLAMS COOK; NO IRISH.
408 Wost Modliun-st. i.rrn
WANTED— A GOOD COLORED FEMALE COOK
for restaurant. Call at 6J Wabash-av., corner
tlarmun-court, to-dny, between lho houra of 10 a. m. ami
ip. zn. Good referencesrogulred.
Wanted-a’oood competent GIRL FOR
general homeworks roicronoo required. 864 Woit
HarrUon-»t.
WANTED— 1 DINING-ROOM GIRL, I KITCHEN
girl, 1 washwoman, at Merchants' Hotel, corner
Clark and Lako-sta.
TIT ANTED—GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
YY work; must bo a good cook. 41) East llartison-et.
WANTED-A COMPETENT COOK, WASHER,
and Ironer at 613 Wabash-av.
WANTED-GERMAN OR NORWEQIAtI GIRL T<
do housework. 818 West Washlngtou-st.
‘ANTED—A GOOD GERMAN GIRL AT 646
Mloblgan-ST. ( for general bousework.
nr ANTED—A NEAT, TIDY GIRL. 14 TO 17 YEARS
VV old, Uibolpdo bousework and tako care of baby.
Inquire at 617 Uerroll-av., Monday.
W' ANTED—A COAIPETKNT WOMAN TO COOK,
wash, and do general housework fora family of four
K own persons; Nortbbido; no Irish. Call at Room 4, 113
uth Dearborn-st. _________
WANTED-A GIRL FOR. GENERAL .HOUSE'
work; good wages to a good girl. il4lWestLake.it.
tVANTKD-A GTIuTTfOU GENERAL HOUSE’
VY work. Inqnlro u1j613 fitato-et.; German preferred.
\\T ANTED—A GIRL TO DO GENERAL*'H.OUBK
YV work in a small family. Apply to 16 Orovolaml-oourl,
on from Vlnuoanua-av.
WANT UD—GOO D GERMAN OR NORWEGIAN
.girl, to do buuiHwurk of small family* Apply Mon-
Cay afternoon at 615 Miohlganav.
4 WANTED-A OOOiTOERiIAN GIRL TO DO
TT general work In a small private family. Apply to
day, from 3 to ftp, m.. at 18 South May-et.
WANTED-OOMPKTKNT BKOOND-OIRL. CALL
Monday at 883 Indlana.av., In basement.
WANTEO-A PROTESTANT GIRL COMPETENT
to cook, waih, and Iron inarlvatofamlly. References
required. Footch or Gsnuanpreferred, Apply, after Hun*
flay, at 808 Indlana-av.
WANTED-A COOK, WASHER. AND IRONER
for Hyde Park 5 references. 446 Wabaslrar.
WANTED-GERMAN OR
housework; good cook, washer, and ironer, at 448
Worth Laßallejt.
WANTED— AT lt)s NORTH IDKAHBORN-BT., A
dining-room, laundress, and la girl to do general
housework.
WANTED-GIUL FOR GENERAL UOUSEWOR’k";
must be a good wssbar and Ironor. Apply at 987
lllflhlgsn-av.
WANTED—TF.MAT.T3 HSU?.
Dojuoßtic«-»Co3itlnticci
TirANTED—A GIRL BOR OUNERALITIHIHEWOnK
11 for u small pilvat» family, iiniuirentibl PraltD-av.
WANTKD-A rtiiaf-OLASS MEAT AND PALTRY
conk. App.y In basomont 331 Writ Washhmtun-st.
WKwms=A“amlfi Ftn~general Tiouhk*
work, either Garmau or HoamUaavlan, at 4wl Burn
stdn.it., near Twcnty-nlmh.
XnTKD-GIKL VoirOP.NRUAt* HOUSEWORK
In small family, at IGtlPralHo-av., near Thirty*
socnodtsU
[WANTED--A GOOD OIK LTO COOK, WASH, AND
\ \ Iron tor n tsmlly of three. Gall to-day at 69 Whit*
ng*«i», ui»-«:nl«o. _
WANTKD-rniST.GbARSOOOK, WASHER AND
ir.mcf. Ingiilio al7«oJ\ijohliimav,,_ou Monday^
Wantbu—at" mT"*Syust warhinotonTit. - ; a
(llnhij-viifun rb), uuo who understands IhobusluitJ
and can Intiß; gouu rMommcuOailoiis.
(>nAinAt.vonsos.
IVANTF.D-A GOOD SKWINO Olßtij AISO A
\ V good girl (o taUo oato o! children, at dOS Bast
Irle«H.
iVANTHU-A GOOD DniWtiJIAKKR AND BlIAM
?T strchiat IJUitsnutii Joirorsuu*st.
[VANWo-ENPEUIUNUKD UHKBBMAKBRS AT
IF fill Miubti{'i)i-av.
■\V'ANTBD—VIRST-GI.ARR DBESSMAKKBR AT S.
>V At. HUHEUMKIUIOUN'S, corner Wabaab-at. and
ThlrUiunUt-al.
MißOoUi\nonn*i.
IirANTED—TiADIKS AND 01CNT1.RMICN WlSniNq
>» ciiM'loymont of any donorlmlou, ideaso call aim
eglnter juuc unntce on A, liIONE i 00.’S books, Jiß
md2iklMr.it MiuUnm-st.. Routni 9 ami ». No charges.
JeuUomoo, call iroiu 9 io 13? ladles, front I to 6.
\v ANTki)-AN BXIMVrIENORD BAt.ESLADV IN
Vt fancy dry goads. 11, 0. GOLE A GO., IJ7 Twoniy*
socond-st.
W" ANTED—A WOMAN TO ASSIST IN LIGHT
work lu restaurant. Inuolr# In restaurant, base
montl74Glark-*t., from 1 to lu.
■\\rANTED-L \ 1)Y AKD"GBNTLEMAN CANVASS
VV era itlmm liavlug nj(n?":!! , dfr { l«d I’loturcs nroforr.'d;
itiduocmtn nllboral. ARDbIUONO_A ALEXANDER,
Rooms CO uud Ui Irving llouie, 1(8 Wabaih-ar.
TvANTED—LADIES IN CITY AND CtIUNTRY TO
VY sell my rubber goods for Indies and children. Very
llbarnl luduoomonti utforod smart woman. MRS. PAL
MER, Room 18. 101 Knit Uamlolph-Bt.
ANTED— YOUNG LADY TO
attend aolßiir-Btond. To tho rlzht party a good
borne and fair wages will bo givou. Address U 18, irib*
uno olllco.
WANTED-LADIB3 FOR THE BALLET DURING
tho imgagomom. of Iho Icdla Tluflupaon Troupe.
Call at. Acodotny nt 111 o’clock Muudnr limning. |
SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE.
BooUTieonors, Glories. &o.
SITUATION WANTED—IN AN OFFICE, AM A
good bookkeeper and cashier. au I will accept any
position and small pay, Address 8 S3, Tribune urt.oo.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A YOUNQ MAN AS
O collector, and to make hltweU gensrally usafnl. Satis*
factory references given, and moderate salary only «*•
pooled. Please address A 90, Tribune oitico.
tIITUATION WANTED—BY A YOUNG MAN WHO
O has an extended buslnois oxperlonoatls a good corre
spondent. and a member of the Übiongo Board o! Tradei j
views moderate; references If desired, unexceptional, o
10. Tribune ullloo.
O ITUATION WANTED-BY A TRAVELING SALES.
O man who baa a good trado established In Northern
lowa and Minnesota; profots a full lino of groceries. Can
give good city rofaronoos. Address U, 95 North Clark-st.
OiTUATION WANTED-IN THE COUNTRY. IN
O dry goods store; several years’ experiences good rof
orenoos j salary vory low. Address, for 3 days, □ 91, Trib
une oitico.
SITUATION WANTED—BY AN EXPERIENCED
dnig-olork, who has passed tho hlcbsst graduation In
Europe, and speaks English and Scandinavian. Address
0 15, Tribune 011100.
SITUATION WANTED—A YOUNG MAN, GOOD
Oaud rapid ponman, quick and intelligent, wishes a sit
uation In au ottice; salary no object. Addreu (4 *o,
Tribune olllco.
OITUATION WANTED-IN WHOLES ALU OR HE-
O tall grocery bouse, ne salesman, bill or shipping
dork, by a young mao of six years’ experience In Ibla city;
will lurulab you tho best reference. Address N 48, trib
une ottlce.
OITUATION WANTED-BY A BOOKKEEPER OF
O 13years’ experience; moderate salary expected; can
refer la last employer. Address Yl2, 1 ribuuo otfloo.
SITUATION WANTED—I AM A BOOKKEEPER,
O but will work at anything honorable, and fornoihlag,
rather than remain Idle. Good references given by law
employers. Adams S 93. Tribuna olllco.
SITUATION WANTED-AS COPYIST FOR AFTER
noons or evenings. Address O 70. Tribune office,
on 7 STORE OR OFFICE.
O by a young man speaking Engllib and German, and
well posted In the cliy. Best of inferences given. Ad
dress A tfJ. Tribune olheo.
OITUATION WANTED-BY AN EXPERIENCED
O No. 1 entry clerk j llsil-olass toforsnoci can be given.
Address L 91, Tribuno 08100.
SITUATION WANTED-WHO WANTS A OOL-
Icotor 7 Ago 24. 1196. Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A CAPABLE BOOK
koopor, as-such, or in any capacity tbatle respect
able; 33 yours of ago; married; noricoa; references flrsl
claas. Addrose U 33, Tribune offleo.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNQ MAN,FORM
erIy teacher, ns assistant book-keeper, clerk, or cony
-Ist; has the very best locommeadotlunj. Address 187
West Lako-st., grocery.
OITUATION WANTED-BY A SWEDE, IN A Ollp-
O eory store; best of dereferences. Address AUGUST
UHLbON, 146 North Greeust.
Trattes.
SITUATION WANTED—A GOOD CARPENTER
would be glad ol steady work in a shop at $9 per
nook. Address B 76, Tribune offleo.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN WHO
bn thorough practical painter, oalolmlnor, and grain,
cr. Any gentleman wanting hie houses done In the above
may address W, 11., 6u9 Arohur-av.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A NO. 1 TINNER
either on general jobbing or assortment work; steady,
sober man; ruloronces exchanged. Address N 71, Trib*
uno office.
Situation wanted-as cook in a hotel or
1 bnsrding*bouio by a flrsb-class male oook. Addrois
, 96 North darkest.
Situation wantkd-by a young man. a
carpenter, to work throe honrs a day. or would be
willing to make bimsolf useful at anything round an
office; his object Is to attend the business college; good
roforoncea given. 887, Tribune olfico.
SITUATION WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS KSOl
noeroflff years’ czporienoo, desires a position in the
city to take ohargoot elevator and hosiers; A Irolersness.
Addrois X 88, Tribune office.
Conohmon. Toamsxors. dCo.
SITUATION WANTKD-BY A SWEDISH MAN IN A
private family to take oaro of horses; he understands
bU business, and is nut afraid to work; the host of city
references. Address E 77, Tribune olfico.
SITUATION WANTED—IN A PRIVATE FAMILY,
O as carriage driver, by one who understands hones,
and can glvo good references. Call at SOI Twouty-elxtb-st.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MARRIED
man, as coachman; thoroughly experienced: can clip
and singe. Good references. Address G 17. Tribune of-
Hoe.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN
(Swodo) at a first-class coachman. Has had several
years experience: of sober and steady haul’s. Is not
afraid to work. Best of city references. Address Q AS,
Tribune office.
QITUATION WANTED—IN A PRIVATE FAMILY
O as coachman, bvayoung man of 10 years’ experience,
la a good driver,’ willing to make himself useful: can fur
nish bvat of city reference. Apply at COLLIN’S harness
shop, 183 Twcnty-socond-st.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A MAN WHO UNDEU
stamis the care ot hones, and la willing to work and
make himself useful around a house or stable. Can be
scon at 162 Uuron-st., North Side. ■
Missollonnoni- •
SITUATION WANTED-AS BUTLER. GOOD Ex
perience. Apply by letter or parson to Q., 660 Wotl
Fultou-st. •
SITUATION WANTED-TO WORK IN PRIVATE
family; lake care of horses and carriage!), milk cows,
or deliver goods; am well ocqualntod In this city; good
references. Address or call on J A, 101 Twonty-soconu-st.
S' ITUATION WANTED- BY A YOUNG.
trioua man of steady hablta, to tako care of boms and
do chores around the bouse. Address N 60, Tribune
olOco.
SITUATION WANTKD-BY A GOOD COLORED
man who la a stranger In this city, to take care of
borsot and mako himself generally useful. For informa
tion « pply at 6CI Waahlugtoa-ST.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A COMPETENT MAN,
iu a grocery or goneral commission bualno's; can loan
employer S6O or $75. Uofstonoo glvsn. Address O 27.
Trlbuno office.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A YOUNG MAN A 8
O olork in a store, or any other employment; understands
Goman, and Is willing to mako himself nsstal; would
board lu tho home, n 74, Trlbuuo office.
SITUATION WANTED—RE-ENGAGEMENT BY A
youug man well posted in hosiery, notions, and dry
Roods: window trimming a spoclr.lt) ; city reference; no
objection to country. Glover, 976 West Randolph-st.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A MIDDLE-AGED MAN
p (Swede) ae a porter or watohman in a store, will be
willing to work (or email wages during the winter: refer
ences and security given If required. Please call ur ad
dross SWAN PETERSON, 49 West
SITUATION WANTED-A PARTY HAVING A GEN
oral ottleo experience and an extensive railroad so
qualnianoo desires a position us general manager (or
itcmo first-class manufaoturlug establishment. First
class references. Address E 80, Tribune othoo.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN IN
any capacity for tho winter, either la city or country;
Is used to figuring, writing, and tho care of horses, UU,
Tribune othco.
Situations wanted-parties wishing can
raisers In city or country, for any salable orllolo,
natents, Ac., plnaso send year address, circulars, do., to
A. STONE A CO.. 160 btato-it., or oall at Rooms 9 and S,
278 and £6O Wost Madloon-it.
SITUATION WANTED-AB SHORT-HAND OORRB
• pondent. Address OP, Room 26 Nevada Block.
SITUATIONS WANTEB—FEMALE
Domestics*
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG DANI3I
woman to do un-staln* work and sowing, and Is srll
lag to take caro 01 children. 127 Bacond-st.
ori’UATION WANTED-DY A SWEDISH GIRL T(
O do general housework in • Wivatsfamlly,
981 NorUi Market-st.Mrs. A. PETERSON.
6Ttuation'wanted-to DO GENERAL HOUSE
o work In a small private family by a oompotent girl.
Can speak French, German, and English. Apply at 171
West Twelfth-si.
SITUATION WANTED-DY A SWEDISH GIRL TO
Odo second work or take care of children. Please oall
at JlaO North Frsnkltn-st.
OITUATION WANTED—IN A PRIVATE FAMILY,
O by a girl who Is well oxparioneod to do general houso
wnrk or second work; ean give good referouoo. Address
No. ft Donnon-courL
OITUATION WANTED - BY A RESPECTABLE,
O smart Gorman woman. In an American family. In
uulrq or dlrucl UJ lUmOI.I‘II SANDUUU, 17»OUlcto-...
OITUATION WANTED—BY A YOUNG GIRL, TO
p do sooond work or general work In a smaU fsmll/; o»n
be well rooommendsd. Please apply at 868 Boutb May-et.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A SWEDE OffiL IN A
p dining-room, or general beoeework In a small family.
Call at Uf Weet Indiana-st.
fllT^Xi^WAHtl
THK CHICAGO DAIIjT TRIBUNE: BUND AT, NOVEMBER, 23, 1873.
SITUATIONS WAMTSD--rSMAX/E
Dcmostloß—Continued. •
§ITUATION WANTED-BY A GOOD GIRL TO DO
laundry-work or kitchen-work: good roi'oronooß cnn
given, It roipilrcd. Ploaso call lor two days, nt HX)
Bmturhsld-st. _
CVrUATIONWANTED-PBUMANBNTLY, A3 SEC-
O uud girl <ir general housonurk, *<mth of Twoufysoo*
und-at. prolorrod. Please call at 929 Ibutorllold-st.
cTfUATIUN W V A KOANDINAVIAN
O girl to do goncral housework in a aloe family. Ad*
dt*>j* 149 West May-id. ,
S‘ ITUATION WANTED—BV A SWEDISH GIRL TO
do goncral homework or second work, washing ox*
oupted. Cali or address 427 Weal Jaokton-st.
yII'UATION WANTKD-HVr A KMART SCOTCH
girl in a nice family. Would taka chnrgoof children
and dujmvlug. Address I l ' 70, Trlbuuojilllco.
S~ituX’iton^vXntkd— ro~nb genkiVal house
wenk by a girl. PDase call at No. 4 Ash*
1.V*1., ournor of Worn!, north sltlo stroot._ _______
SITUATION WANTED—POR A FIRST*6IiASS NOR*
w.'ghm kltohon girl, in [irivalo family. Gall Monday
and Tuesday, 2‘J7 West Uiiutlolpli>at,
oITUATIb?r*WANTED—BY~aT GOOD QIUI* TO DO
KJ gensral hmuswork, in a privata family. Host ofolty
references. Gall Monday, at SiJd West Madison-st.
SITUATION WANTED—UY A YOUNG WOMAN
as cook ur tauudrcis, lu a prlrnto family. Addrosi ur
call, JW7 South May-at., near Taylor, Monday. Refer*
oiicus if rocjulfod.
Sii r UATION WANTED—EITHER A3 COOK OB
socund work. Uoferenco givon If reuulrrd. llifl Bro*
SITUATION WANTED—TO DO HOUSEWORK;
O small i»rtvftlo Inmlly pruforrod. AddressUt Outarln-Hl.
S’TfUATIONS WANTED—BY A NO. I DINING*
room girl and a cook, bunrdlng'liouso or private land*
ly; not'd roforonocß. 3fe& WttbaMi-av. Gall Monday.
QitUATIONS WANTED—BY TWO GIRLS, ONE TO
p dn general housework, tuu olliur us first-class cook.
Gall Monday. >H9 West Adams-st., In loan
SITUATION SVANTKD—TO DO*" GENRE A L HOUSE-
O wurkln a private family. Dost or roioronoos, Gall at
IW Jaokiou-st.
oltuXtions WANTED-FOR GOOD GIRLS. GALL
O at f.O Supciior-Bt. 1
SITUATION WANTED—BY AN AMERICAN GIRL
O(u dn gotiornl housowork In a small family. Gail at
Itßs Stato-fct.
S* ITUATION WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE
girl tu do cooking, washing, and ironing iu a respecta
ble family, nr gonornl housework lu a small lAiully. Rot
urouos given It tmiuliod. Please call at 971 ruruuor-ct.
S* WaT!ON“WANTED—BY A MIDDLE-AGED
woman as paslry cjok In a hotel op Jlrst-olass board*
lug-hnuso; rofercnco givitu If rotfulred. Gall at 13 Uold
at., up-Btabs, at the back.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG LADY IN A
p private family; references hm-olass. Apply at 79
blue ’
SITUATION WANTED—TO DO SECOND WORK.
Apply at 1U South Jolfereoo-«t.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A RESPECTABLE
O Klrl, as conk, or to do general housework. Call at
2sj west Twcltth-st.
Situations wanted —by two german
C irl», one as diningroom girl or obamborglrl, tho
other as second girl, In a prime family.. Apply at luS
North Dcarhora-st.
S' ituation wanted-by a young lady to
do light homework ; wugos no objoot. Oall or address
UQU Wabmh-av.
SITUATION BY A COMPETENT
young English girl, ns bouaomald or waitress la a
private family [ highest relotoucos glvun. Address U 13,
Tribune olUoo.
S’" ITUATION WANTED-TO DO LIGHT HOUSE
mirk nuo tdalu sowing; no objection to inking charge
of children; mould prcler going a short dlslnnco Into tuo
ouuutiy. Good letetotioas given. Address E 71,Tribuno.
S’ irU-VTIO^WANTED-BY A COMPETENT GIRL
in do general housework la a private lamlly. Apply
at 170 Norm Ualsled-st., up-tialrs.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A MIDDLE-AGED
O woman as cook in a private boarding-house; cau give
hrsl-ol&is rolsronoo. OaUat76tlStato-»t.
SITUATION’WANTED-BY a YOUNG GIRL TO
do light second-work and sow or take care of children.
Pleasant home more uu objoot thnu wages. Oall or ad
dress 845 Uathoilno-st. for two days.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A GOOD GIRL TO DO
second or kitchen work; will mako herself generally
useful. Oall at 143 North Eltzaboth-at.
S' ITUATION WANTED'-BY A RESPECTABLE
Gorman girl in a private family, to do general house
work. Apply Monday, from!)till *J o’clock, at 133 East
Lrla-st,, UoomSOj
CjITUATION WANTED-BY A NORWEGIAN GIRL
O just arrived born, to do general housework. Apply at
Hotel Denmark, 9 Mtlwaukeu-av.
SITUATION WANTED-AS COOK OR CHAMBER*
maid In private house. Apply at 167 Arnold-st.
SITUATION WAN TED-BY A THOROUGHLY COM
potent girl to do housework. Addrose ELLA, 1446
Pralrla-av.
S' ITUATION WANTED-BY A WOMAN, TO DO
laundry work or nousawotk; has a child 4 year* old.
(Jail at 363Twoniy-siJth-st.
OITUATION3 WANTED -BY TWO SWEDISH
O girls, to do general housework; no objections to coun
try. Apply atßi9 North Uouben-st»
SITUATION WANTED BY A RESPECTABLE
girl, competent to dodlulug-roomvrork. Please call,
fur 3 days, ai4o6j<'rbtrd-sv.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A RELIABLE SWEDE
girl, as second girl. In an American family. Address
REV. li. OAULaON, 151 Ltncoln-av., North Side.
OITUATION WA~NTED-BY A GOOD, STEADY
O second girl, in a private family, or as ohembor-mald
in aroipooiablobuaiding-liou&o;reforonoe. If required.
(Jail at 146 Brown-st., Monday and Tuesday.
SITUATIONS WANTED-BY 3 GOOD GIRLS, ONE
for kltohoo aud oua for sscoml-wurk. Please oall for
3days, 16i Hurou-at., North Side.
SITUATION WANTUD-BY A CAPABLE COOK
(Gorman); understands getting up dluuore for parlies;
good roteraooßS. Apply at 10 Peck court, on Monday.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG AMERICAN
lady who Is willing to mako horsoU usstul to assisting
In housework and solving: wages small; objoot more lore
homo. Addrois N 63, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A YOUNG GIRL, TO
do gonoral housework (or second) In a privaM family.
Apply at Ittf North Cllnton-st.
SITUATION WANTED —BY A RESPECTABLE
girl, to oook, wash, and Iron, In a small family, or
goneral housework. Plaasa call at 881 Fourth-av.
Sittation wantud-by a first-class oook
In a hotel or restaurant, and au assistant. 208 West
Lako-st.
SITUATION WANTED-BY AN EXPERIENCED
girl, to do eoound work or tako earo of children In
private family. Apply at 676 West Madlsun-at.
SITUATION WANTED FOR A FIRST-CLASS
cook, in private house or tirst-elaas boarding-house;
reference given if required. Apply at 183 Dokovon-st.
Cali Monday.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG GIRL, TO
do second work in a private family or bourding-Uouso.
Apply, for two days, at 3c5 Twonty-saoond-st.
S' ITUATION WANTiID—BY A YOUNG GIRL TO DO
general housework in a private family; host city refer
uuco given. Apply atSA West Slxteentti-st.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A MIDDLE-AGED
woman to do ohamherwork or to assist in housework in
a family whore her husband can obtain board. Address
U 26, Trlbuno office.
SITUATION WANTED-DY A GIRL TO OOOK.
wash, and Iron in a private family; otn give best of
references. Apply at S&8 Fourth-ar.
SITUATION WANTED-AS CHAMBERMAID IN A
hotel or boarding-house. Cali at 181 Uurnsido-sL, off
Elghteenth-st.
S" ITUATION WANTED—IN A PRIVATE FAMILY,
by a German girl of the belter class, to sew and taka
care of children. Call at or address 604 South Union
at., corner Mitchell.
Seamstresses*
SITUATION WANTED—IN FAMILIES BY AN Ex
perienced dressmaker. Home from 7 to 9 p. m. Ad
dress Mias S. LAFFERTY, 60 East Slxtocntb-st
SITUATION WANTED —BY A RESPECTABLE
girl to sew In a private family, or dollghisooundwork:
or would lake care uf a baby; has good reference. Call
at 166 booth Llnculn-st., near Van Boren.
SITUATION WANTED-BYA DRESS AND CLOAK-
O maker, to go out by the day or week. Address MA,
610 Butterueid-st.
SITUATION WANTED-BY AN EXPERIENCED
dressmaker; work by tha day, or wilt take work lolbo
house. Call or address 728 Cottage Qrovo-av.
SITUATION WANTED BY A DRESSMAKER,
where she can give partial sorvloos for board. Ad
dress L 69, Trlbuno otlico.
S" ITUATION WANTED-BY A LADY THAT CAN
do all kinds uf sowing, and furnish a sowing-machine:
price reasonable to suit tho times; host of references If
required. Apply, by (otter or personally, toJ, HALE,
14J Uuron-st., North bide.
SITUATION WANTED-BY AN EXPERIENCED
dressmaker, a few more families, to go out by the
day, or work at her own homo. Would bo glad to see
any of hor old customers at 666 Wait Lake-st. Miss GAT
TANAOU.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A FIRST-OLABS DE
signor, lUUr, and irlmmor. a few muro families, by
liio day or wook. Call or address 890 Mlcblgan-ar.
S' ITUATION WANTED—BY A FIRST-CLASS
dressmaker; work by tho day or wook. Applyatur
address 1u76 Pcoria-«r.
DITUATION WANTED-BY AN EXPERIENCED
O Udy, either at sowing or to take caro of children: par
ties boarding or traveling would bo preferred. Please
call or addtoas, Monday or Taosday, SjO Contre-sr.
S ""ITUATION WANTED-BY A. t RESPECTABLE
young girl to loam tho dressmaking; is a good plain
sower, and can run tho Slngor machine. Apply &a day
Monday at 68 Meridlan-st., corner llalstod.
S' ITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG WOMAN
as seamstress or nursu girl In a family; is capable of
taking ebargu of an infant; bast of rolorcnoos given.
Please call or address 297 Galumet-av.
SITUATION WANTED —AS SEAMSTRESS;
understands dressmaking: will work obsap. Can fur
nish machine. Address U Bt>, Tribune office.
OITUATION WANTED—AS OPERATOR IN FAMI-
O Host understands dressmaking; terms, $1.96 per day.
Address U 10, Tribune otlloe.
SITUATION WANTED—HEWING TO DO AT HOME.
Drotsmaklog, boys' olethlng, or plain sowing. 67
Butterfield-st.
.. Employment Accncle*.
QITU.TIONB WANTED—ffAMILIHS IN WANT Off
O tirst-olais help can bo promptly supplied at MRS.
THOMPSON'S uewotfleo, 287 SUle-st. _____
QITUATIONS WANTED-FORTUB BEST GIRLS TO
Ocook, waub, and keep yonr homes olean and In ordsr.
Gallon MRS. BALKAM, 28ft Wabash-av.
SITUATIONS WANTED—FAMILIES IN WANT OF
O good Scandinavian and Gorman help can be supplied
at MBS. DUHKU'H offleo, SO Mllwankct-av.
S' ITUATIONB WANTED—ANY PERSONS WANT
log help of all nationalities ean be supplied Immedi
ately by oaillug at the new Intelligence offics at the old
stand, No. 1000 Htate-st.
SITUATIONS WANTED-BY FIRST-GLASS GIRLS
O of all nationalities; girls furnished at short notice at
MBS. HAMILTON'S, 48 booth Ualon-st.
SITUATIONS WANTED-tHifi WORKING GIRLS'
Homo. £ll West Randolph-st., U the best place In the
city to obtain reliable female holp. Board ror girls.
LaoudreißO*.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A RKSPEOTABLB
woman to wash and iron In a private family by tho day,
or lake It home to do, or In a Laundry. Good references.
Address S BJ, Tribune office. •
SITUATION WANTED-BY A OOMPETENT AND
experienced girl as laundress or chambermaid. Please
address Q 71, Tribune office.
■SSHS
SITUATIONS WANTED-PEMALE.
Nurses.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A CpjIPRTRNT YOUNG
wommi as nmsory governess ami to take oore of eh IN
drontcond rofernnoos. Apply »t UJ West Washington
■t., from 1 o’clock to-day until 19 Monday.
SITUATION WANTED-BY AN EXPERIENCED
O wot nnrno. No ohjcol Inti l?.hklng child to home. lU
South Doaplalnes-st. MUH. K« 0. WALriIER.
OITUATION WANTKU-BYA YOUNG GIRL, IN A
O good family whoro alto will navo the care of one or
two children end can assist In sowing; good reference, If
rouulrod. Addrori GM. Trjbuno otllco.
CITUATION WANTED—/ M WET-NtlflfiE. APPLY
k) to Dr. Win. ,1. MAYNARD, 435 W«sl Van Huron*
at.; ullloo bourt, Bto 10 ii« mj l_tp 9p. m.
aiTUATIOiTWANTKD-AB IVF.T NURSE (UAVR
O lost my baby) nr would Attend a lady In slokaeu. Ap
ply at IliZl Wait Madison-i&.
Honsoltoopors,
OITUATION WANTED—AS HOUSEKEEPER BY A
O ] n( |y W hu Is amupstout to take oatiro charge nf a bunso,
Andsew. NuobjaoilonwUero there are cuildran. Tho
belt reference given and required. Address I£7B, Trib
une olflca,
OITUATION WANTED-BY A 81IDDLR-AOED
O American Indy from tho bwt» ns housokeepor for a
wldnwor wbh small family. Addrois for two days A 03,
Tilbuno oilico.
CITUATION WANTED—AH HOUSEKEEPER;
D would not object to going out of tho city. Address
FBO, Tribune oltloo.
SITUATION WANTED—AR ITOUSKKREPKR FOR
widower or bachelor, or hotel; host of icforsnoos. Ad
dross VIENNA, Waukegan, Lake On.. 111.
cfrUAfiON WANTED—IN A SMALL AMERICAN
O family as housrkeeper; widower’s preferred; no objoc*
tlen to work. Apply at 84 Oiloton-»t.
OITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG WIDOW AS
O hmisekeepir for a widower or bachelor, Address O
01, Trlhunu ollioa,
CITUATION WANTED—BY AN ENGLISH WIDOW,
O with boy 4 years old, as housekeeper, sosm«tro*r, and
mako horrolf useful; has good roforonoo. Address EBt!,
Trlbuno ohloo. -
effUATioN WANTP.n-nT an kngi.ihh i.ady
O ai bmiaokcepor or ronipanlon to a lady. Address,
slating terms, R 25, Tribune
CITU ATION WANTED-B Y A OOMPBTENTI)IIK3S
kS nmknr, t» sow In famlllssby the day or weak; would
sew forAladny at present: can furnish reference as to
ability. Address U BU, Tritmue oilioe.
SrrUATION WANTED—V\ f A COMPETENT REAM
slroes; uo übjeothm lu Ikht second work. Address A.
LONG, 18 Veddor-sl., Nor.h bide.
BJvmoZlauooTig-
CITUATION WANTED—BY A YOUNG LADY, A
O pcshlon ascr.ihior or hookUoopor, or assistant boek
koeper; bucks kept by double-entry, If desired. Address
S4I, Tribune otlioo.
SITUATION WANTRD—AH COPYIST .BY A
lady fully oompotant: writes it plain ami rapid band;
beat ot references given and required ; work to tako bom*
profortod. Address, this week, N 73, Tribune olllco.
SITUATION WANTKD-DY A SCOTCH GIRL FOR
day-work; washing or cleaning; Urst-olasi roferenoei.
Inqulro at 16 South Unloa-st.
SITUATION WANTRD—BY A FIRST-CLASS HAIR*
drotsor, employment by tbo weak, will visit residences
dally: pricot low: aai Ufactlon warranted; 10 years’ export*
oueo. Addross MISS L 1), Tribune olllce.
CifUATION WANTKD-DY A MEDIUM. APPLY
k5 at 115 WcatMadlaemit.
SITUATION WANTRD—A YOUNG LADY THOR*
onghly cimvoriant wllh fancy or dry goods tradn Is do
slrou» of obtaining a situation o* salotlady; host city ref
oroaoo. AddressU lb, Tribune oilloo.
S* n'UATION WANTKD-A YOUNG LADY WHO
ran give references, would like copying to do at home.
Address FIX), Tribune oUlot*. .
BUSINESS CHANCES.
Arlaoksmitr * shop tor salr. five
years' lotto. Amtly cornorS|alo and Fimy-nlolb-tli.
fTOAUDING-iIOUSK ON'NORTH RIDK’ b'blNa
& good business: will accommodate 35 boarders; fur
nlluro foraalo very cheap. Address Q 73, Tribune otllco.
A HARR CIIANOU TO ENGAGE IN OARKTAQR
business. Shops situated on a groat thoroughfare,
and now doing a tnrivhig bn«‘.nos«, foraalo. Good rea
sons for selling.lnquire at 371 Arcbor-av.
ALAHOITRESTAURANT TO RENT FURNISHED
complete, wltbb.-.r attached, to a responsible per
son. Addicts U 17, Tribune otlloo.
A FIRST-CLASS CASH GROCERY, UALSTRD-ST.;
superior stock, fixtures, burses, wngout, do.i
Invoice cost $2,0C0. To good man, easy tonus, but bis
reduction for cash. N. MARTIN, Tea Merchant, b‘Jl
State-st., corner Foortcenth.
A GOOD-PAYING SALOON FOR SALE CHEAP;
must bo sold immediately, owner going to leave
town. Apply at 229 West Modlson-st., basement.
An excellent opportunity, but ONLY FOR
labours, tobuyorrontaolgr.r stand In ono of tbo
moslfroqurmtcd reetnuran’e. U takes 81,000 to buy the
whole stock, but will ba sold also In part. Addrejs tbo
Qorman-Ainorloan Advertising Agency, lU6 LaaaUo-at.,
corner Madison. ■
"a small stock ok hardware, with stork
xxfixturi's, forinlo, or will oxobaago for real estate. Ad
dress X 23, Tribune olboo.
A GOOD VARIETY OF DESIRABLE REAL ESTATE
A and business chances, nr- fr>m 8260 fb $35,000, for tala
nndoxobaugo. P. SABADY, 124 Dcarborn-st., Room£2.
A~lfAil>ppoHTumfy"fiT* presented to, a
live butia’flt man to stop Into a well established
oummbaion liutlnoeson South Waior-at. SU,OOO to SO,OOO
In cosh uoedud. Addroes U 21, Tribune oflico.
A WELL-ESTABLISHED CASH BUSINESS FOR
sale (no patent right), small capital required, prod’s
lucrative: roatnn for Bulling, party going East. DHIG-
JlAil 4 STEVENS, 13 Methodist Church Block.
A GOOD STOCK OF DRUGS WANTED FOR A
J\. line residence In Evanston. W. A. A. PERKINS,
167 East MaJlson-st., Xtoom 1.
A MANUFACTORY OF PERFUMERY, Ex
tracts, essences, eto., for sale. Stock now and In
good order. Will Invoice from $3,500 to $1,020. Address
O W, Tribune
A' "n ESTABLISHED DRUG STORK FOR SALE,
on ono of the bust corners In tbu city, with large
proscription buslnci*. Tho reason for selling will bo
satisfactory (o pnroflatur. No oorro-'poadeuce with
agouti. Address, for three days, BlSi, Tribune office.
A FIRST-CLASS DRUG STORE FOR SALE. IN
coutral location. Address, lor three days. G 82,
Tribunu ottlco.
» N OLD AND WELL ESTABLISHED AND MOST
J\. favorably located family grocery and Hour and food
store, (or safe: cord stock, teams. Ac.: would soil half or
whole. Apply to SIDNEY W. SEA.-ltoomS, 167 Clark
at. _
A RARE BUSINESS CHANCE FOR A, MAN WITH
from«l,MX) to 42,000 tostop Into a good manufactur
ing bu«laess (articles staple); largooltytrade established,
alto. O. D.t prortta over 1W per cent. All I nesillis
good man and a little money. Host of references. Call
at No. 7 South Jotforson-st. Machinery all In hrst-class
running order.
A boarding-house at wells-st. depot,
Chicago A Northwestern Railway, for sale at a sacri
fice: room enough fora restaurant, and bar-room; 4>tf
years' lease. Apply M East Ktnxlo-st., in billiard room.
BEST" P AYING~R KST AUBANT IN OinOAGO, Lo
cated on Doarborn-st.. between Madison and Ran
dolph-sts. 5 very practically furnished and arranged; baa
large custom and U doing oxcollout bmdnefts, for sale at a
very reasonable price. Fur full particulars, call at 82
East Madlsou-at., Room 13, J. O. lIUSAAOH.
OITY DRUG STORE FOR SALE: IN GOOD LOOA-
Him; established trade. Will lake some real estate.
MONTGOMERY A CO., McCormick Block, corner
Randolph and Dearhorn-sts., Room 1.
Drug store-i want to sell my drug
store,corner lloyne and VanUnr.in-it*, A good whines
for any one wanting to go into the business. Stock and
fixture* all now. For particulars see «M. L. UAH
COURT, 144 North Morgnn-sl.
D RUG-STORK ANDFIXTURES FOR 8 ALE CHEAP.
A bargain. 11. M. GOOD. Alodo, Meteor County, 111.
D“RUa‘ STOUE"FORSAUC7iN A TOWN OF 10, COO
Inhabitants, within-HO miles of Chicago: stock,
$6,000. and could bo reduced to SI,OOO, to suit pur
chaser. Address 8 17, Tribune otfleo.
liIXOKLLENT BUSINESS OHANOE-AN INTEREST
ililnaanfo, profitable business, exclusive control (or on
tiro United States. A competent business man with
$5,002 tn SIO.UOO can have permanent and eligible position,
and realize 100 per cent on investment. Address, with
real name, E 67, Tribune office,
ipOR SALE-LEASE, STOCK, AND FIXTURES OF
i’ a first-class saloon, corner SUtoebth and SUto-*t.
HORTON’S OYSTER AND DINING ROOMS FOR
sale, 76 West Kandolph-sb., doing a splendid basi
nets.
TTALF-INTERKST in a WELL-ESTABLISHED
XX hardware business for tale. Address it 71, Tribune
office.
J' BWELRY STORK IN A THRIVING TOWN OF 8.600
Inhabitants on I. O. A L. B. M. U. Rs.. doing lino
ea*h business, for *ftlo for SI,OOO. Apply to MON IUOM
ICUYACO., MoOormlok Block, comer Randolph and
Doarborn-ste., Room 1.
News depot, book, and variety stork.
doing a good builnos*, for sale; rout only $lO por
month. Apply at 137 South Canal-st.
0“ NK OP THE MOST ELEGANTLY-FURNISHED.
matblo Uoor, flnely-froiooed, centrally-located
oystcr-bousei In tbe United Staton lor sale, with thirty
tlnoly-furnisbad rooms attached. This house U, without
doubt, the tlnostono of its kind, and will bo sold at a
bargain. Satisfactory reasons given fur ■oiling. Apply
to A. 11. MILLS, Iloom 14, ouroor of Clark and »asb-
IngUm-st., Itcapor Block. __
ONLY f 1,600~ 6ABU REQUIRED. A. BREWERY
in good condition, and 4}i sores, In a thriving village
In Illinois, for sale. Hioollant obanoe for a practical
man. Price 44,600. B. J. NOOKIN, 1W East Randolph
■t., Room 6.
ONIMIALP INTEREST OR TUB WHOLE OF A
lint-class moat market for sale, situated on the cor
ner of Lincoln and Indlana-stj., and doing a good bush
ness. Inquire at 76 North Wood-at.< or on the promises.
iiIIOTOOItAPU GALLERY, THE MOST SUCCESS*
X ful one in the city, (or sale. Call on or address
OUAB. W. STEVENS, 158 btale-et.
STOCK, FIXTURES. AND LEASE OF A VERY
deslraolomllllnory, dressmaking, and notion store for
sale; tbs location very good; cost 81,000, will sell for 8«J0 5
the owner wlabot to leave tbe city. Address Q 87, Tribune
offloo.
QTOOK, CONSISTING OP GROCERIES AND
O Honors, for sale cheap for cash, and store for rent,
at 812 Polk-st., corner Morgan.
QTOOK OF GROCERIES (85,1)00 WORTH) FOR
O sale. Inquire at 187 West Lakest.
rpOBAOOO, STATIONERY, TOYS. AO., FORBALE.
£ Siiluena wen established. Very handsome fixtures.
Good stand. Apply at SOI Blue Island-av.
11 HE CARBONATED ARTIFICIAL STONE
. Company's Works, buildings, patterns, tools, teams,
rights, io., for sale. Fully estauUsbed, and abundant
success assured. Apply to S. W. SBA, {boom 8, 167
Olark-st.
ERY CHEAP FOR CASH, A NICE FITTED UP
saloon, with llceais and tbros living rooms, for sale.
Rent 836 per month. Lease to Ist of May, 1874. Apply
at 33 Blau Island-av. ___
WANTED— AN ACTIVE MAN WITH 91.000 AND
good credit to tako an active part In a light and
profitable business. LARKIN A JUNKS, 147 LaSalle-et.
WE ARE OFFERING TO PARTIES WANTING TO
eugsge In business in the city some splendid[ bar
g-lus in restaurants, billiard halls, etc. We cal) tbs
oipsolsl attention of parttae wishing to start a boarding
bouss, as wo have a great bargain to offer on Wabaah-av.
requiring email capital. Don't fall to call at our olfice
before you make your selection, as we have an endless
variety of ebanooa. Remember, no fees of any kind un
less a trade is concluded. 70 East Madlioa-et., Room 0.
OUEKBEMAN A CO.
n A—COAL-OFFIOE ON WEST BID.i-1 WILL
JpXUU tell or trade It i buelne— well established. Room
14. No. 183 South CUrk-st.
QO K(\(\ WILL BUY ONE OF TUB FINEST SAM
qIA.OIIU pis rooms and oigar-stands in this or auy
other elty i location central and flret-elasa la every re-
BUSINESS CHANGES.
iilfinwir.i, punoiusit qpon bai.oon and
spit)U license i mail ho sold. Apply at 78 llluo
island-av. .
rtiOAft TO <3OO WILL UUY HALF INTEREST IN
ftZUU a manufacturing business tliar. will PW./fV"
IJIUK) to SI.OO portnonth. .lliislnou will Inorrnoo All lue
tlmo. Address or oall at Room 19« 14Bfli)nthClnrk-st.
iCnfl WILL UUY A GOOD-PAYING KKBTAU
)OUU rant which will bear Inspection!healed by
cam | everythin* comploto If purchased by Wednesday
sat. lias atcady boarder*. Address N 87. Tribune
tf»7“cn WILL UUY A RESTAURANT AND CJOff
tplOU fee-hotiso, and » furnished rooms, doing *
good paying business! rent nominal! easy terms. auo
cheapest thing In tho oily. It, 056 Slato-st.
CH h nnn WILL purchase hallmntkkest
SJ.LO.UUU in a hotel junk opening. guaranteed to pay
slß.oooporannum. Address ABU, Tiibunooffleo.
HORSES AND CARRIAGES.
A COOMMODATIOHH THAT OANSOT HI? F.X-
J\. celbd for a few hoarders at the uiwly-furulshed llr
cry-stahleNo. 141 Twonty-third-st. Unit ol oara and
fted only tLtU per week. Flrst-elasi tnrnottle always on
band, or iurnlstind on short notice. WARD A LARGE.
PAIiTOK BOUND YOUNG DARK RAY MARES
will bo sold, for cash, by a gentleman going abroad,
At 174 South Clark-lit., between tho hour.* of 10 ami U
o'clock a. m., on Monday, tho 81th init., for half their
real value, with light top buggy, single or together.
A* - NY ONR WANTING A OUOD PLACE TO fIRND
lholrhnr*es for the winter at 40 por womb call on
O. 0. BRYANT, 120 Booth Olark-st.
B' CARDING HOUSES WANTED—I WILL TAKE
horses at my elegant new barn, 163 ami 168 Michigan*
at., at 420 per months and also at my bam and yaitfa
at, Thirlv.ioc.'iiil-ft., for horses to rim out, cheap. I*.
RANSOM, 166 Mlchlgan-ar.
IJOARDRMS-WK'riAN ACCOMMODATE TWENTY
J> more horses with first-class board ami enre, the
cheapest and bostplsoo on tho West bide. Horses bought
end sold on commission. Flrst-clsss livery nk all hours.
28l and 283 WwiMadUon.rt. RANEY A SON.
CALL AT lU2 TWENTY-SECOND-ST. FOR THREE
dayslfyouwlshtooxchßngoagnod horso for Port
land cutter, butchers' cart, or live now harnesses, custom
msdnt also llrst-cloai Undcan and team, cheap. J. D.
SKINNER.
■cum BALE-A HANDSOME.6 YKAROLD BRIGHT
i? bay horse, weight 1,010, good disposition, not afraid
of cars. WilUoll cheap, ns I got him low for temporary
use. MO Wabasii-av., or 80 West lCfghteenth»at.
For sale-1 light sorrel mare, fast
traveler, and sound: also, an elegant large hay car
riage marr, of good pedigree. Inquire at alado’a Car
rlago Repository, 817 Btats-st.
For sale-one large, fine family oh
coupe horse, or will exchange for brick or carpenter
work. Address 0 47, Tribune office.
FOR SALR-A GOOD HORSW, B YRARS OLD.
kind, gentle, and sound; a atyllsn driver; works tingle
or double. Chimp for ca«h. 395 Maxwell-st
I7OR BALR-OURAP FOROASH-A GOOD, WELL
1* matched span of carriage horse*, or will roll them
separate. Inquire of D. W. PAGE, 111 and 120 Mon*
n>e»nt.
For salr—handsomr dark brown saddle
andbogpyhorso; Uwollbroketo oily. Alto family
rockawny, almost now. Apply to 3Uj> ett Monroa-st.
TBOR ilbnSK, PHAETON (COVERED), AND
J? harness; hone young and sound; buggy about a year
old, and harness now. 63 LaSillo-st.
TPORTsALR-A FINE 11AMBLETONIAN MARE, B
X' years old, 16 hand*, dark bay, sound sod kind, and
can allow wonderful speed fora horto tint bat mvor been
trained; will bo mid for half her value, or trade for
cheaper borso. Call abatable 117 South SiDgnmnn.it.
Similar after 10 o'clock, or Monday A 6 Wc«t Adauu-at,
JAMKSWILDKY.
For salr ohfap-oash or time-team,
wagon, and harness, carriage ami poddllng-wagon;
either or all. 116 South Clark-st., Room 10.
FOR -SALE—AS FINE A BUGGY HORSE AS A
man would with to drive; young and sound. Apply
at C 57 South Halstod*st., up-stairs. No sharpers need
oall.
POR SALR—ONR HOUND HORRR AND A THRRR
sprlng. patant-wboul, covered wagon, at Cl Plerco.it.
F~O It”H AL"IC~riNR — WHITK~MARB, OBNfLB7
sound, and stylish; wlllmako* nice crcsi-matob; low
prloo; will exchange. Address F 65, Tribune oQlca.
FOR SALK—OR EXCHANGE-FINK pair ray
mare*, good drivers. Splendid young bone for a lady.
Small pair nmloa, young and gentle. Ten boraoi, work
ers ami drivers. Also, nno two-horse truck and heavy
double barnett, and new huggy haruo*a. Will oxobango
far coal, prncori?*, carpoator work, or anything wo can
uio. 70 West Monroo-at.
For salr- cheap, a horses, a top and a
onon buggies. ISO nouml, road wagon, 3 sotslnglo
harness. R. O. ANTHONY, 17 hlxtoemh-st.
FOR SALE—CIIUAP, A j GOOD, DRAFT HORSE,
weighs 1,300, or will trade fora lighter horso. Apply
at 703 West Lske-st.
TtTo'R BALE-DELIVERY WAGONS. ALSO ONR
i 1 second-hand dollvoty wagon and two-sjated buggy, at
583 South Oanabst.
For sale-a matched span ofj-ye/.r old
bay horses at half cost for cash. SIMMONS 4 CAR
TER, 1W South Clark.lL
tTORSES WINTERED-AT DOWNER'S GROVE s
J L tamo hoy, grain, and good stable* nlgbta. A tun of
IPO acres In Downer'.* Grov<*;< terms, <2,25 per week. Ap
ply to FRRD M. WOODS, Downor’a Grove, Dnpiige
County, II). Refer to U. (3. Powort, northwest cora-r
of Market anil Blndlinn-slt.; O. H. Morse, 111 and 113
Lake-tt.; Arthur O. Ducat, 166 laßtllo-at.
Horses wanted-i will take a few
bot«oa to hoard forth* winter at ray farm, west of
Riverside. Wlllglvo them all tbo oaro required, timo
thy, bav, and grain, for il3 per wook. Address JAMES
D. bEOKKTT, Ml WoatWaablngton-Bt.
HHAMAGR & CO.. IT OR SICS CLIPPED AND
. idngjd at M. KELLY’S commission atablfn, 261
and 263 Suta-st. Orders by post promptlyjdtcndniHo. _
T WOULD LIKE TO KKKP A GOOD HORSE FOR
i the winter for hi* u.a: I want a goad one: will clyo
pood care and lltllo use. Address L. U. SHEPHERD,
523Lako.it.
T WILT* TAKK OARTS OF HORSES FOR PERSON’S
X not wishing to ueo them during tho winter At reduced
rate*. I barn the Tory best storage room for buggies and
jarrlsgfß. Tho horses given the necessary exercise.
OSCAR FIELD, 43 and 4) Coiigrow-et.
Light single' «uoby~ifAßNi?sa for sale
for j*IQ. Heavy wagon for solo or trade for light ex
press wagon. OHAPIN BROS., 214 Bast Madlaon-st.
M— UST AOitNTLE
man about leaving tho city, one lorrol team (one has
trotted In 2:60 the other In 2:46), one brown mare, can
uses la 2:30; one pony groy inure, hsndsumoand condo,
a perfect ladies' nuimal. All thu abovo aru reliable busi
ness bones as well ns superior road*tcra. Alto on# ton
phaeton, one California road buggy, ono side spring husL
nos* buggy, two sols tingle bamota, rpho<, l)l«nVo[», otc.
Inquire of .I. M. HATCH, at Central Park Utablos, CW
ana 7til West Laks-it.
S' IX HORSES, SUITABLE FOR BUGGY OR Ex
press, fur sale, cheap, at 126 Miclilgen-av.
QLEIOHB—SLEIGHS—A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
O double and single Portlands at low figures, also a
few soonnd-hund top buggies, 3 now express wagons, at
HATHAWAY'S, CoOSta:o-«t. __
mO EXOHANOE-ONB OR TWO HORSF.S AND
X cash for top-buggy. Powell House, corner Milwau
kee and Westorn-avs. ‘
rpO EXCHANGE-DOUBLE EXPRESS, WAGON,
X horses and harness, good rig, for spring dray, bone
and harness, or the wagon for dray. Address or call 866
Hlver-st.
WANTED— TEN HORSES TO BOARD FOR THE
winter; superior accommodations at reasonable
rates. Apply to J. B. CHAMBERS, corner Madison and
Olark-sts. __
W" " ANTED—HORSES TO WINTER AT 57.80 PER
month; single stalls; warm stables, and good care.
No charge for taking out or returning. Apply to OLO.
O. MERRICK or D. HORTON, Room 6, No. 150 Dear
bora-at.
W ANTED—A COUPE FORONEORTWO HORSES;
V\ either new or second-hand Address GIW, tribune
office, _______
WANTRD-TO buy for cash a stylish ba-
VV rouohe light enough for one horse. Must bo of stan
dard make, nearly new, in good order, and eboap. Apply
at6o WestLake-st., first tioor.
W‘ ANTED-TO BUY A LARGE. STYLISH OAR.
rlago horse. Must be safe, sound, dark color, good
action, and cheap for cash. Apply at 60 West Lako-st.,
tlrat dour.
W 'ANTED—HORSES TO BOARD DURING THE
winter, twenty miles from Chicago- half mile from
depot. Wilt keep them In warm box stalls, feed gram
twice a day. the best of care. Homes returned In good
condition or no charge. Term*. $3 a week. Reference,
(Justin A Wallace. Room a. Tribune Building sJ. U.
Sullivan A Hro., 366 North ulark.it.; Short A Brayton,
181 Kan Madlson-st.; Dixon A Uamllton, 1W l*oßaUe-st.;
Frost A Mclennan, Room 29. Morrison Blocs: Q. 1a
Dorgo, IC3 West Madl«m-«t. No charge* for taking out
and returning horso*. Address, AD. O. HAMILTON,
Doorfiold, 111.
IXTANTBP—CUTTER AND TOP-BUGGY, FOR OASH
W or ro.r«.l»t« ,000.1110,. B. MATlllsbN 4 00..
30 North Clark-ot., Room t)>j.
WILL EXCHANGE A GOOD HOUSE FOR LIGHT
buggyand harness. Apply to J. 8. COOPER A
CO., roar of 437 Wabash-ar., or addres»T4:i. Mabasb-ar.
"lirANTED—A GOOD TOP-BUGGY, CHEAP FOR
W rash. * Apply Momlsy, between 10 and 18, to SAM*
Ul£L PIKE, 20 and 81 Lako-st.
TirANTKD-GOOD KXPRF.fiS RIO IN EXCHANGE
\i for nloa suburban lot. 75 Tweuty-ulalh-U. _____
t\>TntT?d-a 2-iionsK carriage for gash.
VV Address A. LAW BENCH, P. O. Box 110, city.
TtTANTED-A NKAULY NKW SQUAIIK BOX T(SF
VY buggy, at paulo price. Address UI O, 161 South
Morgan-at.
W" ANTED—THE USE OP A HORSE AND BUGGY
this winter (or bis keep, nr will trade good suburban
real estate. R. F. CHRISTIAN, No. 1 South Olark-st.,
Room 1. *
WANTED— WILL PAY CASH FOR A SECONI
hand open express wagon. A. M, HITT, 10 Alajt
Block. _____
W~ ANTED—TO BUY—A GOOD SPRING DRAY.
Address or call Uo Rlvar-st.
TirANTKD—A GOOD ROAD WAGON, OR LIGHT
VV top buggy In exchange (or board. Gall or address
Eldrodgo House, corner Washington and Halstud-ite.
WANTED- BUSINESS HORSE. BUGGY. t AND
harness, togethor or separate. Address, with des
cription, price, and where to bo seen, 8 14, Tribune of
lloe. ___
TWANTED—A NO. 1 SINGLE ONE HORSE TRUCK,
VV new, or If seooud-band most be no shabby affair.
Address 800 Olark-st.
WANTED— WB OAN ACCOMMODATE A FEW
more boarding horses. Terms reasonable. Norlb
westeru Stables, 260 sud 868 Mloblgan-st.
WANTED— USB OP PAIR OP HORSES AND LIGHT
carriage for keeping. Best of oaro, and return in
good order lueprlng. Report at 171 Madison-st.
BUILDING MATERIAL.
For sale-a lot op new doors, bash,
blinds, moldings, lumber, etc., very cheap for cash.
No. 76Twsnty-nlutQ-»t.
F* OR:HALB-3U M BRICK, AT A SACRIFICE, IF
taken at once, or' will exchange for part cash end
other property. 1 HOPKINS A CO.. mDearborn st.
WANTED —50,000 BRICK AND I.uOOOOEDS .OF
rabble-stone; also, 160.000 feet of building-lumber.
Address MoDONALD * CO., MoOormlok'e Ulook,
Iloom 18.
MEDICAL.
milE THOUSANDS WHO HAD THEIR HEADACHE
X and neuralgia pain cured at tbo Exposition can ttnd
Dr. CRAM'S OelabraUA IlnlA Lightning mi CO West
Lako-st.
TX7ANTKD-AIL WHO AZ3 fcWJTUUNO FROM
W soofuia or oereeyee, Army. end »m*Bm»alj™, 6e »aJI
at 171 Randolpb-sL* asn Roaev.. Been tl.Tkm poor
PARTNERS WANTED.
PARTNER WANTED—IN TSIiC STONE AND MAIL
bio work*, established two years, at Denver, Co)., a
oily of 23,000 Inhabitants. rapidly aromngi above 700
building* erected (ho past season, mostly of brick and
■ton». More orden than can bo filled with the capital on
handi om s6o,two work done tbit year; for sti),Wd illll
on band \ one of Ibo most profltablo oniorprisosi assail,
JUI.OOO. Auaoilro parlbor with nolle#* than $6,000, »o*
Homo, Obloagu, or CRONE A HAHN, Don»ir,_CoU
PARTNER WANTIib-Wlfil FROM s~6.o>ib TO $lO,.
X WO, in a wholesale and retail hat and cap homo, to
taka an aotlvo or sllont tntoreslt objoat, to inorsaia busi
ness, which Is well osiabllibod and paying good prolife;
good references. Address Post-office Drawer 13, La*
Crosse, Wit.
pAUTNittI WANTED—THE ADVERTISER, 11AV.
X ingn knowledge of stock-raising. Is desirous onnoet
int with a party wbo will put money into a shean-ralslng
enternflso fn the Wait. Advertiser will dovuto ills time
and some money. Can furnish unoxMntlouabjo ntoronco
and lecurliy. For interview address F h B, Trllmnoojhoo.
ISAHTi«KVANTKb-W
1 a largo and troll kaownnmnufaclatlug city house, es
tablished over 20 years ago: the proHls ani largo and well
assured i capital wan'mf to Inoreaae the bueluose. Ad
dress O 83, Tribune olilco.
TJARTNEU WANTED-WlTI! FROM $5,000 TO sl6t-
X 000, In a wholesale and talall hat_ and cup house, to
take an aollvo or silent lulfrest. Object to Increase tho
basins*?, which is well established end paying good prof
its. CJond refcronoes. Address, in confidence i’. U.
Drawer 13, La Crosse, Wie.
PARTNER WANTED WITII $1,600, IN A LUQITI-
X mate Dullness; soourUy against h»?9 by mortgage on
imi'tovad real estate. Address QC2, 1 rlbune oiliee.
p A RTNER WANTKIi—AN ACTIVE SIAN WITH A
X little capital in a real ostato otßae. Address Q 67,
Tribune olilco.
PARTNER WANTED—A BUSINESS MAN WITH
X SBOO in a legitimate and profitable business; will nay
$3,00u between now and Alar. No sharper* need apply,
Cali at residence, R_*_W., 313 West Fulton-st.
PAUTNEU WANTED—A YOUNO OR MIDDLE
aged gontleman with email capital, who posseines
energy nud some experience, to Join tho adrarllser intbo
rn»| estate business, already established. Address A 82,
Tribune office, with references.
PATifNEiI wXNTICIPWITU *6OO. IN A .WELL
X established cash business that will pay enough for (ho
•upport of two tamllle?. and can bo rapidly Increased.
Adams L 35, Tribuna office.
IJAIITNIiII WANTED-AN ACTIVE BUSINESS
X partner with from $2,000 to $5,000 in a well established
ton, ooflee, and spioo bouse. Audress LIB, Tribune of
fice,
TJAUTNERS WANTED-TWO OR THREE MEN
X with capital of SIOO each to engage in a money-mak
ing business. No humbug or agency uulaanoe. Address
U 37, Tribune office.
PARTNER WANTED—AN ENBROKTIO MAN WITH
from $6,000 to SIO,OOO, to take halflnlerest In an es
tablished wUuloaalu business: prolife laal year, $13,000.
Addroie, giving foil name, O 13, Tribnno office.
"PARTNER WANTED—WITH *IO,OOO, TO ENGAGE
X in tbn grain business In Milwaukee, bjf a parly who
control* 46,000 commissions par annum. Address 0 211,
Tclhuuoolhco.
PARTNER WANTED—WITH SMALL CAPITAL,
lo take half Interest in a send paying moat.tnarkett
good chance for a man with amall capital to make money.
Address, for three daya, IS tH, Tribuneolllca.
13ARTNKR WANTED—IN THE GOLD AND SIL
X vor-plallng buslaoss. Inquire at 177 East Madison
■t. ( Room 23.
PARTNER WANTED—A RELIABLE BUSINESS
X man with Hospital of $2,000 or 88.U0U can obtain a
half Interest In a manufactory of perfumery, Unvoting
oxtracta, etc. One capable of taking full charge of the
business preferred. Address O 68, 1 rlbuna otlico.
PARTNER WANTKD-A GENTLEMAN WITH
X business qualllioaiious, ionic money, and a good ac*
qualntanue In tbo city cun hear of un opportunity to pur
chase an interest In an established job printing establish
ment by addressing NONPAREIL, Tribune oriioe.
WISHES TO TAKE
X an internal in a well-established ratal! or wholesale
business, or light manufacturings will Invest from 82.0C0
to $6,(00. Address, with particulars, U BJ, Tribuneodlco.
AKTNER W A NTED-WI Tlfs I i TOO T0~53.000, IN A
well-established bti'lnußi; a good chance for a busi
ness man: sains cash *»nlv, and lull security given fur
money iuw;stod. Address W 38, Trlbuno olilce.
"PARTNER WANTED—IN A NEW FKED-MILL. 89
if North Un on-et., near Lake. SIMPSON.
PARTNER WANTED—WITH $3,000 TO $6.C00. TO
X take a managing interest In a easb. manufacturing
business, that will boar investigation, and ofiers largo re
turns for Investment. Address L 67, Tribune ollloe.
PARTNER WANTED-TO TAKE* HALFiNTERRST
X with me to start a fint-elas* comedy company, travel-
Ing. Address by letter,,l. C. P.VDOItT, late Associate
Manager Hooloy's Thuatro, care George Tuurbor, 119
Romlolph-st. ________
"PARTNER WANTBD-WITH ftJQQ FOII AN OLD
X established manufacturing business; a genii chance
for a man not afraid nf work. Those not ewaning bu*ln«»
need nut answer. Call Monday amt Tuesday, at 37 booth
L'larljt t.
"PARTNER WANTED—IN A WELL ESTABLISHED
X business on South Wator-st. To a live, oaroful busi
ness man this Is a good opportunity. M,U)3 ncodod and
good njforjncns. AddrosS U -12, Tribune oihco.
ARTNKR SVANTED—IN A SAFE, PLEASANT,
and legitimate business, paying bamuomo profits;
only a few hundred dollars cash required. Address LW,
Tribune otlico. ___
PARTNER WANTED—IN A FANCY NOTION AND
.1. millinery store, where there in a large regular trade.
PleasH add rasa O 2'.1. Tribuna o.lico.
LOST AND FOUNT:
A LIBERA L REWARD WILL BE GIVRN FOP. THE
return of the following property: A chcslmu horse,
medium height, with a few white sadulg-marks: buggy,
high top, running gear red, p-'tont bub* »i»ioa bruised,
body rounded behind, leathsr top lined with b.aa cloth,
Milos movable; buygy barons*, bhtek mounted, vob*»,
plush, black and rod. with liauro of lion. OR. 1. C.
DUNCAN, 287 West UaudolpiAt.
I“7qtrayed-on theimi. a spoTi'Rn iieifeil
!J calf, 8 months old; any parson giving tidings will bo
well paid by owner, JAMES MURPHY, 171 Barbor-vt. _
1 ROUND-ONTUB SISTVa'PCINTERDOOTON THE
' * corner of Wcßtern-av. and Fulton-st. Owner can
have It by proving property and paying charges, at No. 47
Grand liaven-st.
F" OUND-SMALL BAY HORSE, BLIND WITH
both wyes. Owner can have it by paying charges to
SMITH A KOEHLER, 429 Archer-av.
TOST—CAUTION—THE FOLT/IV/INO-DESORIBKD
JJ warehouse receipts t Alr-Llnn Elevator, No. 4,207, dat*
od Nor. 21, 1873. payable to order of (J. M. Gilbert A Co.,
for 931.J0 bushels No. 2 wheat; No. 4,214, dated f»ov v 31,
1873, limn oloTulor and tamo order, Dili.JO bushel* No. .1
wheat. Negotiation of mmols slopped. A kultablni m*
ward for Ih-ur i-ooovnry will be paid by 0. M. GILBERT
A 00., 14 Nevada Block.
T dST_$5 REWARD WILL BE PAID FOR RETURN
ij of blnck-und-Un slut Besilo, to Airs. BARSTUW, 97
Houlh Ollnion-at.
f OST—ABSTRACT OF WESTON’S SUBDIVISION
ij of lolsSandflofForrcitvlllo; parties will bn ro ward
ed that will give information of 1U whereabout#. Ad
uross Z 67, Trlbuao oHIoe.
LOST— ON FRIDAY'EVENING, A MINK FUR
cape, between Charles and corner of Clark and Har
rlion-sls. A liberal reword will bo paid by returning the
same to 20 Gharloc-placo.
T OST-ON SOUTH 11ALSTRD-RT., ABOUT 6
.IJ o'clock on Friday ovoninc, u light bay mare, about
13 hands high, 8 years old, and a square box buggy nearly
new, narrow body, single loaf spring. Any information
willW rewarded. 11. D. PARMENTEU, 1533 South
Ilalsled-st.
T ORT-A RED POCKET MEMORANDUM BOOK,
ij The lindor will be rewarded by returning RteJ.A.
STODDARD. 248 Fulton it.
t’OST-A GOLD EAR-RING WITH THE NAME SIT-
J J tig engraved on the ln»lde. The finder will be reward
ed by leaving R at Tribune ottioe.
T OST SATURDAY AFTERNOON, BETWEEN
\J Fltth-av. and Ulark-st., on Wasblugton-si.. agpld
watch. silvnr work*. Finder plocao return to 0. 0.
tiI’EURY. Palmer House, ami no rewarded.
LRKT'TiIS HOME ON THE 17T11 INST., ELMER
Palmer, a boy 13soars old; had on daik brown or
black suit, and grayish cap; right arm, paralysed; right
Itg shorter than left; is not of sound mind. AnyDernoa
oouiiulng him and informing hit father, O. .I’ALMEU,
of Kemper, Jersey County, 111., of his whereabouts will
be liberally rewarded. Any Information thankfully re
ceived. ■
Lost-on or about Saturday, thk isth
Inst., lu the South Division, a ladles’ fur muff, with
brown silk lining. The tinder will be liberally rewarded
by leaving It at 010 Mlchlgao-av.
STOLEN— A LARGE RUSSIAN-TERRIKR DOG,
been sheared this season; gray; name Jack. Liberal
reward given ut7£9 State-st.
STOLEN- FROM flirt PASTURE OP A. F. SNELL,
In JotTorsoa. 111., a light bay horse, wblto foot, and
stripe on face; nose white, 16 binds high, and weighs I, WO
Kumds; is a little away-backed, and carries his head
eh; Uln good llenh. A liberal reward will be paid for
his returned to ELMER WASHBURN, Chief of Police,
Chicago.
rriAKKN UP-MONDAY, NOV. 17, A SORREL
X horse, about 10 years old, with birmis and top bug
gy. Tba owner can have tho samoby proving property
and paying charges, at 13 North Ullnton-st., in the Uv*
mysluulo.
A REWARD—FOR THE RETURN OF A ROAN
*J>XU color colt and a bay mare; they wore teen driven
by a man on borso*back on the 18lh: to be returned to 800
McCormick's Village, near the Bridewell.
MUSICAL.
A N ORDER ON TUB ORGAN-FACTORY, FOR
ii. tU« purchase of a now organ, for t*lo at a discount.
I>. W. MITCHELL, Huai EaUto Broker, Room It,
Ashland Block, nurtheaatoornorOlark and Randolph-ata.
fjiOß SALE—I,COO COMMUTATION TICKETS AT
X* following ratoas 86X0 lor S4.W; 53.18 for 81.90:
everything Urat-class. hOHWKIZEIi’Ij RESTAURANT.
148 Olark*at., near Madison.
FOR SALK—two pianos, three diamond
rinßi, on* atml, watoh and obalu, at ball pitoa.
O. O. URYANT, IS!6 South Olark-it. __
NEW 7OOTAVB ROSEWOOD FI-
X' annj tcry cliotp for oath. Purohoior pious o*U and
aeo at 63 South Clark-it. .
TJIOR BALK—A I'l'.W MOKE COMMUTATION TICK
i? eta, fortUa best moale lu tlm city: 45.W for 44.60,
&UsYor 41.90. BOUWJSIZKU’fI RESTAURANT, 148
UUrk-st, noar Madison.
XfKW AND SECONDHAND, PIANOS. AT A
JN creat reduction from the uiual rates. On# upright
piano tor rent lor sspormonlh; on# Kate* organ, douol#
reed, for S3. 261 Park-ar.
TJIANOS - FOR ÜBNT-46 AND UPWARDS PER
JT month; alio plmina fnr• Ml# at paulo urlooa. W.
QOOLD A SON, corner Wabash-ar. and Adams-at.
IJIANOS FOR SALK "AND TO RENT-THB BEST
I i n market. Repairing and tuning at the Chicago
Piano Factory. One full grand at a saorlfio.at 269 Rut
Kandolph.it., by J. PUBoTUN.
T3IANO-FOHTB FOR SALE AT PANIC PRIOBS-A
X magnificent VA ootare ai;uar# grand rosewood piano*
forte, brilliant tone.agraire attioimieii'i, and with alllm*
proremonts. For aale at 177 Bast Madlsomst., Room 6. ;
fpHft NICHOLSON IS THE CHEAPEST FIRST-
X clast organ In the market. Pries, 8W and upward.
Manufactory and salesroom, 63 East lndlana-it.
TO KKNT—AND FOR H ALE -PIANOS AND OR
can*. We make renting a epootaU/. WM. U.
PROatiEB A CO.. 1174 Btato-et.. near Van Huron.
WANTED— A BKOOND-ITAND IJABIMIURNER
parlontare, large alse. In good ordor, and not much
uiud. Partlea having moh tor aale cheap mar find a pur*
chaaorb/ lending description and price to B IS, Tribune
office.
WANTED— WILL BUY BEOOND.IIAND BTHIN
nay piano. Uuat be in good ordor. Btato<length
time tn oaa, and price. AddreaeU X, Tribune office.
CflfiO WIU BUY AN ELEGANT ROSEWOOD
<piDU 9-«eUT« pUno-forto, OTmtnmg but, (our
nmsa oarnm, Ae., eucip ttdoabl* tb» moot?. Bwl*
dnw, MJ AUcdiUM*-*T»
OH A FIANOB AND ORGANS FOR BALE-AT A
OUv nut redaction far oubtftbo tar real or ml*ob
ImUilniMli IIOAX * GAMP* MI M * mm
AiMfc
FOR SAIiE.
FOR BAI.R-AT 183 SOUTH CLAIUC-BT., ROOM I.
up-sUlrs. s
240 sets rlvor mink fnrs, $8.60 >9 $6.00.
Mil iota childrens' fare, $1.60 to $3.60. 4 ... _
11 sots genuine Russian ermine, $20.00 to $ll.OO.
15 iota Alaska snbto at $16.00.
20 sole mink at SIO.OO.
81 seta mink full prime, $33.00.
lOeblldroui' Coney iioqusi, $7.U>
4 sets leal, $13.00.
1 sslasal, $30.01).
1 seal aaarjus, $76.00.
3 Ilmslan while fox robs, 821.60.
9 seta black Astracbati, $8 00. . , . -
3 black Astracban saonues, $35.00, end A variety ol
oilier styles of ladles* ana childrens’ flue furs at corre
snundlngly low prices. Those goods must be sold tins week
for cash, and the prices are just manufanturers cost.
IDOR BALE—A GOOD MILOU COW, YOUNO AND
I? gentlet very low. Apply atlilT Wabaia-av., early in
the morning. J. H. DIX. _______
FOR SALE—TICKETS TO NEW YORK-TWO LA
dies, or Indy and little girl can obtain reduced fare by
addressing S M, Tribune olhce.
For salb-at half value, for cash, fur
nlturs and tense of a double real estate offics; central
looMlon. Desk mom now rented pave $lO monthly above
lease, with room for more. Must, bo sold at once. Ad*
dross 8 44 Tribune office, Monday a. m. ____
tfOR BALE-011 EXCHANGE-TWO BILLIARD
iMtablet. andagoodfiitnacq. Must be sold. MclN*
PYRE a CO., 71 South Ucnal-si.
FOR SALE—ICE-BOX, Oil AIRS, COUNTERS, AND
stools, sultablo for saloon or dining-room. At 43 and
45 Stato-st.
FOR sale—a case op dental instruments,
nearly now. forsßoi also a brass F.*Aat tubs, tbroo
rotary velvoe. Cali or address W. OOS3. 281E Park-av.
For sale-store and office fixtures,
confuting of safe, desks, tables, storoi, shelving,
elo., sultablo for wholssnis and retail mirnoset; very rea
mnnblc. Auply at promises, 31 East Wasblngton-at.
For sale-one cylinder desk, two stand
ing desks, with cupboards under each end, and rail
fngwlth glass on topi one, table and 14 feet of railing.
The above goods are tlret-olass and but little used.aml
will bo sold at a bargain. U. D. MILLER, corner Lake
and JafTcrson-ats., np-ataira.
FOR SALE-FIRST-CLASS TICKETS TO BT.
Louis, £9 each: one to Kansas City. sl6; one second
class to New York, sl4. Railroad tickets bought and sold
to all point*. Inquire at 146 Laßalleat., basement.
For salk-cheap-painters* staging com*
pie to. A pply at 626 West Madlstm-st.
I non SALE —I HAVE JUST RECEIVED FROM
* Wick, Scotland, pure Scotch whisky. I will soil at $6
per gallon, or 81.60 per bottle. E 83, Tribune oUioe.
For bale-ranob, broiler, e gallon cop*
foe urn. silver sugars and creamers, (able linen. Ap
ply or address 6CB MadUon-st., in cottage.
TBOR SALE-LAMB KN ITT IN O-M AO HI NR; LIT.
X' cat, now, class ono, numb below price. Will lake ball
the price in knit work. Address O 48, Tribune attics.
FOR SALF.-A GENTLEMAN’S GENUINE REAL*
skin oo&t at ball colt lor easb. Address N 20, Trib
une oJfico. ’
T7OH RALE-A BET OF FIFTREN-BALL POOL,
X 1 for sl6. Apply at 68 Booth CllnUm-st.
TJIOR SALE-A LOT OF NEW OAR-SPRING STEEL,
1} suitable for too-oorks ; also a lot of round ami square
Iron for now horseshoes, Apply at 68 Mouth Olluton-st.
For sale-a first-class cabin ticket per
steamship to Liverpool, at discount. FRANK tt.
RALPH, 42 sm!44 Congress-st. .
FOR SALE-A COMPLETE SET OP BAR FlX
lures, cheap. 200 Mlcblgan-st.
FFOR SALE-CHRISTMAS PRESENT—A PAIR OF
nicely-matched goats, 3 years old, carefully trained
to harness; a clillu can drive them; price S6O. F.
PAYNE, ISO Dearborn-st., basement.
FOR SALK-TWO SETS OP MINK FURR, AND
three cluster diamond rings, aheap. TUNNIOLIFF,
loan breaker, 123 Otark-st., Room *J. ■
rfiOß SALE—OR' EXCHANGE*FOR FURNITUR#-
J 1 Ati order on fine of our firet-claia doutisls. Address
Y 18. Tribune office.
INSTRUCTION.
ART INSTRUCTION—a limited number of
puplU, ludlos and gentlemen, can aviili thomcslvn
nt an excellent opportunity to learn elementary drawing,
portrait and landscape painting. Reference given. I'or
terms. Ac., call early a 1213 West MadDon-sc., Thoimi
sou's Block, nr at residence, 106 South Ssugamon-et. L.
V. H. CROSBY, Artist.
A FRENCH GENTLEMAN BELONGING TO A
learned profession, who speaks both German and
English, wishes lo start an evonlna-olass in French, for
young ladles and gentlemen acquainted, a* far ns pos
sible. with the rudiments of that language. Address o
16. Tribune oiHco.
A FEW MORE PUPILS WANTED FOR DANCING*
school by an socutuplUhod lady teacher. Address
L 71, Tribune ollice.
ACADEMIK FAVAROER—SCHOOL FOR YOUNG
Radios—Branch of Ac&deule Favargor of Paris.
Private instruction In French, German, Latin, and Creek
by professors of the Institution. 286 Michlgou-av.
YOUNG LADY OF HIGH MUSICAL ATTAIN
monte, lately from tho Bast, desirous of forming a
small oluas, would like tbron or four plano-forto purlU;
terms will be found reasonable, Call or address 353 West
Oarroll-st,
CHARLES HARRIS. TEACHER OF THE GUITAR
nnd banjo, Hi Clark-st., southeast corner of Madi
son, Room 45, Terms moderate.
DRAWING AND LANDSCAPE PAINTING, 19
Kendall Building, corner Deatburn and Washing
ton-iU. H. A. ELIONS.
I 'EVENING OLAHSKSIN GERMAN AND FRENCH
li for young ladles and gontlomun are now organised by
an experienced tcachor; a faw more .pupils wanted.
Tumia mciderato._Apply at 607 West Madlson-st.
TAYKNfNG DR\WINO~CiiABS FROM 7 TO 9 IN THE
Jll school «,* civil cu-'lusfcriug, Room 60 Reaper Block,
on Monday, Wodncsday and Friday. Torino $5 for ton
lesson*, In advance. Alsu ovunlug course of engineering.
Fink aui“ institute academy is now open
to receive pupil* la ell branches of Unwins and paint*
lug, under too Instruction of «J. Roy Robertson and
Enoch Root. Apply to ENOCH ROOT, Mlohlgan-av.,
corner Van Buroa*»t.
INSTRUCTION-J. W. DODGE, ARTIST, WILL
X takoallmUcd number of pupil*,— especially in paint*
Ing photographs In the style of bis tinUhed miniatures
on ivory. For tonus, etc., call Immediately at studio,
juit removed-o Major Blut-l;, southeast corner of Maul*
sou and TaSMls*stg , Room 76.
P— HOP. DKLOULMU, 412 WEST MADIGONST.,
piano, ringing, Frunob, Latin, by the mouth, or sin
gle lesson*; corrects bad execution and fingarlng.
SOUTH SIDE MUSIC SCHOOL-VERY BEST
pliuo and vooal culture at $7 a term, each;cites los*
sonr. sl. Address Music licheul, Tribune oflico.
rnilK UNDERSIGNED TAKE PLEASURE IN AC-
X carding to AIR. FRITZ LOSE the pralsobertlu ei*
prasssd tie a very competent teacbor of tbu piano. Hie
nitmvrotia pupils arts progressing with remarkable rapid
ity. Tlio term* ore very reasonable, mid any oun with lbs
least talent for music can become n pianist In a short timn.
We recommend Mr. Jxiso to the public, and with bins all
the success hit talents warrant, who will be found at No.
216 Fulton-si., from into 12a. m. Louis Lltidbeimcr, 213
West Taylor-et. 5 F. Wols-i, 161 Fourtb-nv. 5 Lmil* Good
maun, 163 West Indlinn-st.; llstokkl Smith. 227
Tweniy-ttrst-st. 5 H. C. Frank, of Frank Brother*. Fifth
iv. anil Momne-et.; Motes Gnodmann, 346 WostMndUua*
st.; M. M. Nurny, 60 North Pourla*st.
W" ANTED—A DAILY GOVERNESS, THOROUGH
)y competent to teach all the English branches; bust
roferencoi required. Call at tit. Caroline’s-ourt, West
tilili, bolwesu tbehoursoMUaudl,
WR. J. POWELL, TRAC HER OF THE PIANO
» forte, has time fora tew more pupil*; would Rive
lessons at t heir or his residence. Address 27 Stlvcr-et.
\UANTKD-BY A YOUNG MAN LIVING NEAR
l I Union Park,private evening lesions In Pitman’s »ya
tom of short-band, both corresponding and. roportlui
stylet. Address, with terms, C la. Tribuuo oinco.
W‘ ■aNTKD“A~VI6I'INIST WHO CAN CALL;
teacher might recurs danclng-claro. Addross y. B.
MATTESUN, Desplainci, 111., or inquire IS3 Dearborn
-8t..R00m7. _
HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
AT A FEARFUL SACRIFICE—ELEGANT QUAD
Ity silver-yded colfoe-uru ; water sett of 4
plcklo-ctslor, rich out buttles; splendid genuine uickU
silver wallor. all of the latest patterns; must bo sold.
Residence 6 Li iUichl;;sn-tv. I
Barg ains”in good furniturk-a 812s pab\
lur buliu as good as new lor $00; a sofa for al3; *«aay\
chair $10; French-plate mirror lor s3o: 9 brocateuo lam
brequins sl2 oarh: a S7O •owing' machine for $25, at pri
vate residence, 643 Michlgan-av.
B"' ARQAINS. B ARGAIN'S, GO FOR BARGAINS TO
the marble.fnmt auollon-rooinslor ■toy"*, carpels,
and houiobnld goods of every description. iIODUUa A
CO., 633 West Lake-st.
CARPETS, CARPETS, OARPRTS-WK HAVH
just received a larga consignment of carpets and ou
elolht to be sold cheaper than tho cheapest, at IIODuEa
AGO., Auctioneer*, 638 West Lake-st.
Furniture of all kinds on installments
r.t lowest cash prices: prices reduced. to suit the limes;
chamber sou, pailor suits, wardrobes, bedding etc; it Is
for your Interest to examine nur stock and prices. KM
PIKE PARLOR BEDSTEAD Ul)„ 383 West Madlsonst.
FURNITURE'aND IIOUSEIIOLD OOODS OF, KV*
cry description at auction.on M'odnesday aud Satur.
day, and si Private silo at manufacturer* 1 prices. WILL
IK, LUNG & CO., 195 and 19/ Usmlolpli*it.
TTtOR~BALK —AI HEAVY PLATED BIX-BOTTLH
X’ castor; price, <lO. Can na eaen at 3l>tf Waat Klnxlo
at., oraddrtwi E 62Tribune office,
A'fTO FURNITURE OF AM
I 1 olPKnnl house on Wabaslwir.; make a aplondld board*
iDC-hoasa. Address 0 bit. Tribune oftloo.
ttTou sale-at a CHEAT SAORFFICE-A new
X 1 handsome black walnut chamber iot, with marble
too contro-labln; also olUcb furniture. 1 black walnut
double writing desk, U arm-chairs. a black walnut chain,
maps, 40. KuouH, Tribune Hulldlua,
ijlOU ftALK-COMPLRTIt OUTFIT OF 6 ROOMS.
J 1 buddies, furniture, itove*. etc., cheap for o«ih. 0»U
to-dny or Moadftjr elUrnoon »t 188 Mltouell, neir H»l
--•ted-«t.
BALB-OR TRADE—OHBAP—GOOD FURNI
X’ turo, carpets, ate. Room 19, northwest cornerSUi#
and Msdiiua-ns.
tfbUSALlfi-PARTV LEAVING CITY-A BARGAIN
,L 1 for a young couple: the wbolo or part of furnllur# of
3 room*, wood mid coal for winter, Apply up*#Ulra at 14
BhutletLar.. to-day or to-morrow.
TDOR SALK-ALL fii« FURNITURE,
X beds and bedding In home No, 73 Twenty-tlfth-et.,
now full of tlrat-olaae uoardera. with or without lease.
Uaih ean buy a great bargain if called for toon. Good
rations for belling.
Household goods wanted for oasil
furniture, elo. 5 will buy household goods and furnl*
lure of cottage and Uko ieaso. Address L 83, Trlbun#
odioo. __
IWILL GIVE FULL CASH VALUE for FURNI*
tut#andearpotam any amount; entire household
Blocks wanted. Address IJ, 30and 3d West Washington.
TF YOU IIAVU FUUNITUHK, NBW OH BKOONB-
X hsnd—cooklug or hatUugntoToi, pianos. sewing*
machines. or any kind of goods or merchandise to dispose
at we will buy the tamo at raluo. or make liberal Ad*
TADoei. OSUOODA WILLIAMS, 63 South OanaUt.
T 0. COHEN* CO.. AUOTIONEICUS, « SOUTH
Jj, Canalst., pay the highest price (or furniture and
household jfoodi
pniVATK LII33ONS 01VHH IN FIIKNOII AND
•t BiiauUbbyairouunUd/wbo»i)oak« both Umru»#oj
with » imre aooont. o «1U iiuhUr* dorleoolonu oo lo«U«.
Addreu Til 0. TflbuuooUloa. _ _
TATANTED—A GOOD BED-LOUNGE FOROABIL
W Addron LOFTUIi, bow»u*-«»looa, W South
OUrk-«t., mnmaat. ——
DIVORCES.
£~' WOROBB LEGALLY OBTAINED, FES AFTER
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