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I WEST SIDE PARKS.
Consultation on the Subject of Street
Improvements.
Reposed Ordinance Relative to Washing
ton, Division, and Twelfth
Streets.
(j^ e Side Park Commiaaionerß, West
Aldermen, and West Side Commissioner
df the Board of Public Works, held a joint meot
yesterday afternoon, at the office of the
Park Commissioners,'comer'of Hal*
jjadaod Washington streets..
Of the Park Commissioners there were in at*
jjadaDce Messrs. Banyan, Clark, Lipe, Hreicr,
Cole. Of the Aldermen there appeared
jfcfigra. Moore, Quirk, Miner, White, O’Brien,
Csllerton, M. B- Bailey, T. F. Bailey, Cleveland,
p r vtiardt. and Heath. Mr. Thompson repre
igated the Board of Public Works.
STREETS TO BE IMPROVED.
meeting was called to order by Mr. E. F,
jtojyan, who stated that there was some con
flict of opinion in the Park Board relative to
manner of improvement. Some were of
opinion that £ho proposed improvements should
te made on Biviaion, Washington, and Twelfth
itreeti. They wanted to know if the Council
help them with the proposed work.
A QUESTION OF COST.
Aid. Miner asked whether they would not cost
tore if done by the Board than if performed
under the direction of the Common Council.
Xlr. Runyan replied that, as heavy tax-payers,
tie Commissioners were as much interested in
keeping down expenses as were the Aldermen.
AM. Moore wished to know whether aasess
pento could bo mad© by tho Board.
Mr. Runyan said that ho was alone in tho con
tarv opinion upon the Board.
Aid. Hildreth said be was in favor of the im
jrovemeats, but hostile to increasing the gon
ial park tax
Ur. Btmyan was only anxious to know whether
the Council would not consider that the Board
vis trespassing on the prerogative of the Conn
ed in making the improvements, Tho property
oveerß were, as a rule, willing to hear the as
iss-ments.
Aid. Heath wanted to know whether the Oom
cuttee appointed on that subject last year had
cade a report.
Hr. Banyan said that no report bad been made,
laprovementa in the west parks were progress
es rapidly.
SEWERAGE.
Commissioner Thompson made an inqulryrela
frs to sewerage.
Hr. Ennynn said that tin Kedzie avenue alone
boo 3.000 feet of property yet remained, whose
(taers had not petitioned* for sewerage. He
jfcraght it better not to improve the streets nn
tfthe eeverage arrangements had been com
pleted. could borrow for sewerage pur
poses, but wished the sanction of the Council.
Aid. Heath approved the idea of improvement
oeet forth.
Aid. Hildreth was afraid that some of the
property-owners clamoring for improvements
vere speculators.
AW. ifoore said that the whole matter may be
wfaecd to the Simple question whether the
focadl would sanction the proceedings of the
ibird.
Mr. Banyan assented to the proposition.
Aid. Heath—You mean a virtual vacation of
the streets ?
THE PROPOSED ORDINANCE.
Hr. Banyan said that would not be absolute.
Tbe ordinance the Board wished to pass was
itsetbmg as follows:
Thebeas, Under and by rirture of the act of the
; Gfneral Assembly of this State, In force July 1, 1873,
'hi West Chicago Park Commissioners have
u'ected and designated Division street,
fnm Milwaukee avenue to Humboldt Park;
Vubington street, from the Chicago and
Krthwestern Railroad Company to Central Park;
Ivelfth street, from Ashland avenue to the West lino
£ Douglas Park, as boulevards or pleasure-ways, to
cuaoct said Humboldt, Central, apd Douglas Parks
the more thickly settled portion of the Park Dis
tet, therefore, be it
Crdained, By the Common Council of the City of
heugo that the sold West Chicago Park Commission
a be, and they are herebjyauthorized to enforce, con
»!, and manage the saiu several streets above de
uhed, the same as other public grounds as by them
thlished.
Ihe action of the Board has been taken under
tt following section of the Public Parka and
hfiovard act, passed in 1573;
Ssc. I'i. Be it further enacted. That in cases where,
tj virtue of any act or acts heretofore passed, public
,va or boulevards have been designated or estab
uLad in two or more towns contiguous to each other,
cd where the Commissioners, authorized by such
idor acts to locate such pftks or boulevards, shall do
ts to connect the same by a boulevard or pleasure
rij, so as to form a contiguous improvement, or oh all
desire to connect such park with other portions
tf the park district in which such park is located, by a
hxler&rd or pleasure-way, it shall and may be lawful
hr Mich Commissioners to select and designate the line
d»uch boulevard or pleasure-way, and to acquire title
b the lands which may be necessary to make such con
fieclon by purchase or otherwise, and in case such
Ccnu&eioners cannot agree with ihe owner or own
cs, lessee or occupant of any of the real estate so
Hkcssd, they may proceed to procure the condemno
rs of the same in such manner as is now or may be
pacribed by any general law for tbo condemnation
dkadi for pubhc use; and the cost and expense of
Wjtdriag title to such land shall be levied upon and
cycled by special assessment upon the property
«caed specially benefited by the location of such
or pleasure-way, in the same manner as the
acts of other lands for parks and boulevards is as
»*iad under the several acts creating such Boards ;
inch boulevards or pleasure-way shall bo under
U control and management of such Park Coramis
tsasrs, the as other nubile grounds bv thom
sutitihed. * * J
A LAW POINT.
Ala. Quirk wanted to know whether Mr.
■why&n, as a lawyer, believed that an assess
ment could be made without first obtaining tho
e ® °f & majority of the property-owners.
Mr. Runyan was not prepared to answer tho
Stestion. Such improvements as had been
Cwa were accomplished by special assessment.
. taxation.
Eeath complained that property on Ban
«*pn street waa taxed for improving the South
which were miles away,
r fidoyan remarked that the power of the
Side Board was more extended than that of
nest Side Commissionera. He thought, as a
Eanußaioner, that, without the consent of the
the Board had not the right to take the
epoken of in the resolution. He would
*** itep over the bounds, and would do nothing
“Sout Aldermanic concurrence.
... THE ORDINANCE APPROVED.
as the sense of the meet
oro^ance i as proposed by the Park
faa a PProTed of, subject, of course, to
by the Council, which prevailed,
was instructed to obtain tho Cor-
Counsel's opinion relative to the legal
aSrfit i enactment, so that a report
..{L,* made at tho regular meeting of the
®mon Coonci] on Monday night,
meeting then adjourced.
2IABKETS BY TELEUEAPH.
STew Tork Financial Mews.
oee j April 18.—Honey cloeed at 4 per
foreign exchange closed quiet at SI.SS for
£~ e rankers' sixty days’ sterling, and 81.88 for
Sold opened and closed at 113>£, the onTy
Rotation having been 113%. The rates
t„ earning were 3%, 2, 1%, 1, 3
> acd finally 2 per cent. Clear
s42,ooo,ooo. The Aesit&nt Treas
i[J Paid out daring the week $153,000,
i • $2,370,000 for customs. Imports for
lg*|ek; Dry goods, $1,728,035; mereban-
I JJ. $7,541,180. Specie shipments, $503,781,
, ’jgprily gold and silver bars.
bonds dull and steady.
bonds quiet and nominal.
stock market bas been alternately weak
; % to 1 per cent, followed
; improvement at the First
Sab eequently there was another
' t Tweak, and at the second call prices showed
iWnt of per CCD * from the lowest
later from per cent.
■ before the close of business ageneral
per cent took place, and tha
s»s«*L- off weak, The widest and largest
were Western Union, Lake Shore,
Pacific Mail, Wabash and Bock Island.
GOVEBKMSKT BON'D a.
:Cb*£™» I? 1 121J* Coupon*. »67.
US?; Coupons, >63,
!(££■> 119;; New 5s
j (new)...ll9’ilCtirrency 6s.
STATE EONDS.
94*;Virginias, old .33
new 86*jNorth Carolinae, new.2l
excess.
Wabaah,.,, 44*
74* Wabash pfd 71
SuS** 26 Fort Wayne 94
%r« xpMM 9S* Terre. Haute 11
K)f 32X
American Express.... 62# Chicago & A. 100
United States Ex C9#lChlcago t A- pfd 102
Pacific Mail 43#,0hi0 b Mississippi... 29#
New York Central,.... 98#jCleve. f Cin. & C 01.... 67
Erie pfd.
Harlem
Harlem pfd 125 Illinois Central. 100
Pittsburgh kFL W... 69j£iUnion Pacific bonds.. 34*'
Michigan Cental.... 75 !Union Pacific stock... 865*
Northwestern 51 {Central Pacific stocks. 05'
Northwestern pfd.... 67#,Boston, Hart. k Erie. I 3',
Rock Island 99#(Del., Lack.& Wcstcrn.lo6^
St. Paul 41 New Jersey Central. .105#
St. Paul pfd,
Ltvebpool, April 18—11 a. m.—Flour, 2Ss(32Bs 6d.
Wheat—winter, 12s 4d@l2a 8d ; spring, 11a lid@l2s
6d ; while, 12a 9d@l3s ; club, 33s@13s sd. Com, 41s
@4ls 6d. Pork, 63s 6d. Lard, 44s Bd.
Ltvebpool, April 18—1:30 p. m.—Market un
changed.
Livebpool, April 18—2:30 p. m.—Market un
changed. ‘
London, April 18.—Amount of bullion gone Into
the Bank of England on balance to-day X 20,000. Con
sols for money, 92j;@93; account, 93 *;; United
States securities—Gss, lUG^; 675, 108*; ; 10-40s, 104*; •
new ss, 105*; ; New York Central, 89: Erie, 33kf:
preferred, 57. ’
Tallow—37s.
Sugar—27b Cd, spot.
Pxius, April 27.—Rentes, 59f COo.
LiVfcßPooL, April 18,—Cotton—Strong; middling
uplands, 8*; d; middling Orleans, sales, 15,0)0
bales; American, 9,ooobales : speculation and export,
3,000 bales.
Breadstuff a—Unchanged.
Provisions—Pork and lard, 435. Bacon—Long
middles, 42s 9d; short clear middles, 43s 3d.
Tallow—37b 6d.
New York Breadstuff* Markets.
New Yobk, April 18.—Cotton—Quiet; middling
nplands, 17>;c; futures closed steady; sales, 11,700
bales ; April, 16?; ; May, 16 27-32@lCj;c; June,l7ll-32
@l7>;c; July, 17?; c.
Bbeadstuffs—Flour opened firm and closed dull
and lower ; receipts, 19,000 brls; superline Western and
State, [email protected]; common to good, [email protected];
good to choice, $6.75(37.10: white wheat extra,
$7.10(317.50; extra Ohio, [email protected]; St, Louis,
[email protected]. Rye flour is Arm and scarce at
[email protected]. Cora meal firm ; Western, [email protected] ;
Wheat lower. Receipts, 107,000 bu; No. 2 Chicago,
[email protected]; No. 2 Milwaukee, $1.62; ungraded
lowa and Minnesota spring, [email protected]; winter
red Indiana, $1.65. Rye firm and quiet at [email protected].
Barley heavy. Malt quiet. Cora heavy and lower;
new Western mixed, 8C@88c; choice new yellow, 83@
89c ; old Western mixed, 83(2.90c ; white Western. 87
@9O. Oats shade firmer ; receipts, 36,000 bu ; mixed
Western, 61@63c; white Western, C3@6sc.
Hat and Hops —Unchanged.
G docf.bit-s—Coffee dull. Sugar steady. Molasses
firm.
Petboleum—Crude, 7,Vc; refined, 15?; c,
Tubpentike—Steady at 45c.
Enos—Steady ; Western, 15>;@17c.
Wool—Firm ; domestic fleece, 4D@7oc ; pulled, 25@
50c ; unwashed, 18@35c.
Provisions—Pork firmer: new mesa, [email protected]
spot and May; $17.10017.25 June. Beef and cut
meats unchanged. Lard firm; prime steam, 10&' c
spot ; 10 3-16 c April; May; 10>;c June.
Butter—Firm ; Weatem, 27c.
Cheese—Unchanged.
Whiskt—Lower at 97>£@08c.
MARRIAGES.
MILLET—LINDSAY—On the 16th Inst., by the Rev.
Father Waldron, Mr. James Mllley, of Chicago, and
Miss Alary A. Lindsay, of Portace, Wis.
CAMPBELL—FITZSIMMONS—On the 161h Inst., la
St. Plus* Church, by the Rev. J. Maguire, Prof. J. H.
Campbell, of Chicago, and Sarah C. Fitzsimmons, of
Oshkhosh, Wis. No cards.
STEINBACII —On Thursday, the 16th Inst., atPlatte
ville. Win., Simon Steinbacb.
The funeral will take place Sunday, April 19, 1874. The
friends will assemble at 1 o’clock before Isaac Wolf’s res
idence, No. 172 Third avenue.
DANLY—The funeral of Matilda A., wife of George L.
Danly, will take place on Sunday, April 19, 1874, at 2
o’clock p. m., at her la to residcuco, No. 64 Douglas av
enue, and remains taken thence to Oakwood Cemetery.
Friends of the family aro invited to attend.
TILLINGHAST—At 1 o'clock, on the ITtfai Inst., of
typboid-pnenmonia, Daniel W. Tilllnghast, aged 34 years.
Friends of the family are invited to attend his funeral,
Monday, 20th Inst., at 1 o’clock, at the residence of bis
brother-in-law, Daniel L. Boone, 1156 Michigan-av.
DICKINSON—The funeral services of Mrs. Sophronla
S. Dickinson will bo held at the residence of her son,
David 1L Dickinson, No. 253 Walnnt-st.. at 3 o’clock p.
xn.. Sunday, April 19. Remains will be taken by carriage
to ilosehlll. Friends of the family are invited.
FOLEY—The funeral of the late Charles H. Foley will
be held at 593 Carroll street, between Wood and Paulina,
Sunday the 19th, at half-past 12. Friends are invited to
attend.
COHN—On the 17th inst., of Inflammation of the bowels
and old ago. Marx Cohn, of Chicago.
Funeral from his residence, 160 West Randolph street,
Sunday the 19tb.
and New York papers please copy.
ALLEN—At Maywood, April 16, at the residence of his
daughter, Mrs. R. M. Guilford, Mr. George W. Allen,
aged 74 years.
Funeral at 9 o’clock a. zn. on Monday, the 20thInst., at
his late residence.
WANTED—MALE HELP.
Bookkoesors. Clarks* Etc-
TIT"ANTED—A. FEW SMART YOUNG MEN TO SO-
T* licit orders for Tho Aidlao ia city sad country.
Salaries will ho paid to capable and respectable parties.
JAMES SUTTON A CO., 93 Madlson-st.
\\T ANTED—IN A REAL ESTATE OBFICE, A LIVE
1 1 man of business who can loan $3,000 immediately on
first-class security. Salary, $1,200 par annum. F 2d, Trib
une office.
iOrANTED—A YOUNG, ACTIVE AND PRACTICAL
\jri bookkeeper (Gorman who speaks English fluently)
who understands the produce commission business and
has a good city acquaintance. Address, with real name,
76 West Lake-st.
WANTED— GOOD, ACTIVE SALESMAN FOR CITY
and country at 174 South Clark-at.
ANTED—WILLGIVE A SUITABLE MAN WITH
S6OO a good position worth SIOO por month. Ample
security given for your money. Address, if you have the
money at command, D 55, Tribune office.
WANTED-A COMPETENT BOOKKEEPER. AN
m swer giving reference and salary expected. Address
H 42, Tribune office.
WANTED-CLERK, WITH ABOUT SI,OOO READY
cash, on good security, in a first-class business. G
2, Tribune office.
T\7ANTED r A FIRST-CLASS BOOKKEEPER. AD-
V V dress Kl9, Tribune office, stating terms and quali
fications.
WANTED-A BOOKKEEPER IN A RETAIL GRO
cery who understands the business and can furnish
good reference; single man preferred. Address P. K.
BOWEN, 117 Tweaty-ninth-st.
WAETED-A GOOD. HONEST HARDWARE
clerk: one who understands how to keep stock;
best of references required; to go to East Saginaw.
Mich. Call at KELLY, MORLBY £ CO.S. Coal Dealers,
97 Washington-et.
WANTED—2 DRY GOODS SALESMEN. APPLY
IT at 658 WoatLako-Rt.
WANTED-A YOUNG MAN WITH SOME Ex
perience in the hardware and cutler business; also a
No. 1 gunsmith of experience. Call Monday or Tuesday
at 77 West Madi&oa-et.
WANTED-A'YOUNG MAN THAT UNDERSTANDS
If the grocery business; an honest and reliable young
m&n with good recommendation. Apply at 319 Ogden-av.,
Monday.
WANTED— YOUNG MAN AS CLERK IN HOTEL,
near city, that can loan his employer SSOO on first
class security .good homo and wages to tho right man.
Address N 33. Tribune office.
E ANTED- A GERMAN PRESCRIPTION CLERK,
or a man with considerable experience in the drug
ness. Call or address C. S. TiRELL, 631 Centro-av.
WANTED-AN APPROVED ACCOUNTANT, COR
respondent and business man, willing to loan SI,OOO
to $2,000. on unincumbered acre property, 10 miles from
Court-House, csnlearnofa desirable situation, with lib
eral salary, by addressing B 75 Tribune office.
Trancs.
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS CARRIAGE-BLACK
VV smith on light work. HAYDE A O’BRIEN, 723
Stato-st,
W ANTED - CANDY-MAKER TO A GOOD
steady man to go to tho country would give good
wages, steady job, and light work, inquire of BROOKS
A NEEMES, 28 and 30 Michlgao-av.
WANTED—CARPENTERS AND LABORERS AT
V> Highwood. Part cash and real estate. Call at 3:30.
E. ASHLEY MEARS, 100 Washington-at.
TTyANTED—AT 239 SOUTH CANAL-ST., 3 FIRST
VV class carriage painters, and 2 boys for paint-shop.
WASTED—MECHANIC IN A MANUFACTURING
Vi establishment, who can loan SI,OOO on rood security.
Salary, 81,200 por annum. THOMAS A CO., £1 South
Clark-st.
W~anted-a shade-hanger, apply to.
day or early Monday moraine. £3 Plorce-st., near
South Halsted.
Wantkd-a brass-finisher, one.experi
enced in brazing, at Brass Works, No. 3 North
LaSalle-st.
WANTED-S CARRIAGE PAINTERS, AT 3M
State-st. Apply to C, MONINGER.
TT7ANTED-A MOLDING CARVER. FURNI-
Vr tore polisher, and a glider, 361 Wabaah-av.
WANTED-A GOOD SCROLL-SAWYER, CORNER
West Twenty-second and Tbroop-sts.
WANTED— S GOOD CARPENTERS. APPLY AT
Green Bay Road and Belmont-av., north or Lincoln
Park. ;
TIT ANTED—2 OB 3 GOOD STAIR BUILDERS,
»V and 2 young men that have had some experience in
the business and wish to improve themselves in the trade.
Apply to S. GRAY, stair builder, Monday morning, 276
Fufton-st.
WANTED—I FIRST-CLASS BLACKSMITH AND
V) finisher, and 1 painter, at carriage factory 621 West
Madiion-st.
WANTED-A PAINTER; GOOD WAGES TO A
good hand; all inside work. Apply to-day from 13
to 3 at 34 Charles-place, Fifth-av.
WANTED-PAINTERS AND CALCIMINERS AT £7
South Oakley-st., between Park-av. and Washing -
ton-st. O. L. BALLEY.
•\VrANTED-A FEW CALCIMINERS AND PAINT-
V V era at W3 State-st., Monday, 7 o’clock sharp.
WANTED-THREK OR FOUBPLASTERERS MON
day morning at 7 o’clock. Cottage Grovo-av. and
Forty-nrat-ei.
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS TAILOR. APPLY
Sunday or Monday at 155* Archer-av.
WANTED— A FIRST-CLASS NEGATIVE RE
toucher, a lady preferred; also, oao lady to learn
the art at Art Gallery. 101 West Madisoa-st.
..120*
..119*
...lie*
...114*
...116*
TTfANXED-A GARDNER TO TAKE CARE OF
VV place at Hyde Park. Apply at Room 14 Tribune
Building. .
WANTED-TWO GOOD BOYS; THOSE ACCUS
VV tomod to upholstering can got steady good work;
call Monday morning at 3&I Fifth-av. or WelU-at.
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS CARRIAGE PAINTER
VV to take charge of a paint ahop. Apply at Nos. I6t>
and 163 East Twenty-first-st.
T\7ANTED —A GOOD STRIPER AND VARNISHEB
VV can got steady work at 344 Wabaah-av.
TVTANTED—A FIRST-CLASS BOOKMAKER AND
V V molder; none other need apply. HOMAN,
BROWN * dO., 85 Ohio**.
37J»[Ci>i., Bur. 4: Quincy..lo3
[Lake Shore.
Indiana Central,
Foreign Markets.
DEATHS,
THE .CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE; SUNDAY, APRIL !9, 1874
WANTED—MAIiE HELP.
Trades--Continued*
stock
TVTANTED—HORSE-SHOER, FIRST-CLASS
i T man; general blacksmith preferred; no whisky man
apply before 7. B. H. PKABObY A CO.. BaS LOKast
Monroo-it.
fikst-class machinists.
Well* E£DYS K flvator Works, 85 Illinols-at., nAnr
Tty"ANTED-ONE OB TWO GOOD PAINTERS TO
» » go in the country. Apply to IVES BROS., 774 Wa
bash-av.
TXT ANTED—CHAIR-FINISHERS—6 BOYS; THOSR
/\ n t ??. t 5 aTe -X orkod preferred. 733 Lako-st. to-day, 10
to 13; 211 East Monroe-at. Monday.
W FIRST-CLASS CARRIAGE PAINTER
i» at 47 and 49 North Wella-»t.
WANTED-BHOEMAKERS, LASTRRS ON LADIES’
Twelfth^t 101,8(1 BhoM * E * J * QULRK » 364 West
TtyANTED—A GOOD CUSTOM COAT TAILOR—
A dalrth* aeod Address ENGEL
WtyCTED-TEN GOOD PAINTERS-INQUIRK at
* • building on Indlans-av., between Thirty-eighth and
Thirty-ninth-eta. THOMAS.
Tty ANTED-A CARRIAGE PAINTER. STEADY
work for a good striper and varniaher, at HATHA
WAY ’S, 600 St*te-«t.
WANTED— A MAN WHO UNDERSTANDS THE
manufacture of picture-frame moldings of every
description, with some capital, to take charge and an In
terest in a large establishment to bo started in Chicago.
Address C 83, Tribune office.
•\\TASfTKD— ENGINEERS, 35 TO 40 YEARS OF
\ y ®s e j. unmarried- German preferred. Apply to G.
W . SI KONG, Washington Foundry, Jefferaon-ti., be
tween Lake and Randolph.
WANTED-SIX GOOD CALCIMINERS. COME’
Monday morning ready to work. 1018 Indlana-av.
WANTED-A GOOD GORDON PRESS FEKD-BOY.
Apply Monday morning at C. H. WYMAN’S, 61
Waahington-aL
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS CARRIAGE-TRlM
mer. Inquire at 44, 46, and4B Adama-st., between
Wabash-av. and Stato-st.
WANTED-CARPENTEKS, FINISHERS. AT SHOP
in rear 257 East Randolph-st.
Ooackmen. Teomstors. So.
WANTED-BY A BUILDER—A GOOD STEADY
man to take care of horse and make himself use
ful about building. Call Monday morning at new build
jpg corner of Wabash-av. and Thlrty-first-st.
WANTED-GOOD HOSTLER AT NORTHWEST
ernStablea, 245 Michlgan-st.
WANTED-A COLORED MAN AND WIFE OR A
\(Lr Swedish man and wife to toko care of hones and
S anion—woman to do general housework. Address, with
siercnce, F 36. Tribune office.
Tty ANTED—IO SINGLE MEN, TEAMSTERS, OF
** temperate habit*. Apply on Monday, between 9
and 10 a. m., at 751 West Lako-st.
Miscellaneous-
TTTANTED—PROFITABLE EMPLOYMENT. WORK
M for everybody. Good wages. Permanent employ
ment. Men and women wanted. Full particular* free.
Address W. A. HENDERSON A CO., Cleveland, 0.,
or St. Louis, Mo.
WANTED— SUBSCRIPTION CANVASSERS—THE
*■ A Mine "; two for Michigan route, two for Illinois,
and two for Wisconsin: new territory and the roost popu
lar publication of the day; rood terms to first-class men.
JAMBS SUTTON A CO., 93 Madison-st,
TWANTED-THREB OR FOUR GOOD MEN To
» » canvass and take orders for one of the roost vain
able, attractive, and popular works over offered in this
country. MOSES WARREN, 103 State-st., np-stalre.
WANTED— MEN IN CITY AND COUNTRY AVER
ago 830 a month on our “ New Plan.” A young man
made 839 In sis days. If yon want business, send 50 cents
for sample, or call at Room 18, 161 E&stHandolpb-sfc.,
Chicago. RAY ±CO
WANTED-A GOOD RELIABLE FRUIT MAN TO
manage a fruit farm In Michigan. State prlco per
month or year. Address LB, Tribune office.
T\T ANTED-AGENTS TO REPRESENT THE MAN
ii hattan Life Insurance Company of New York; fa
vorable contracts will be made with responsible parties.
Apply at 36 Washington-st.. Room No. 4- JUDAH A
StuRM. Managers Northwestern Department.
ANTF.D—C AJU > K^LAY r E7is _ AT r COO K A SON’S
Carpet Cleaning Works, 314 West Msdison-st.
WANTED— FIRST-CLASS CANVASSERS FOR
the "Life of Charles Sumner," by C. Edwards
Lester. This work has been long in preparation, and
much of the matter furnished by Mr. Sumner himself.
Embellished with fine steel portrait of Mr. Sumner, and
line illustrations of scenes during his life. OSGOOD A
CO., 4 South Clark-at.
WANTED-A YOUNG MAN TO WORK IN A
lunch room, one that Is not afraid to work. Call at
61 State-st., Bp. m.. Monday. Wages, 85 per week.
WANTED— STOUT BOY TO WORK WITH A
carpenter in shop; after Monday. 621 South Hal
sted-st.
WANTED-A RELIABLE MAN WHO CAN MAKE
a small deposit for honesty; a good chance for the
right 000. Apply, 10 &. m. Monday, £9 Madison-st..
Room 10.
WANTED-A MAN AND WIFE TO GO INTO THE
country, the man to work on a farm, the woman to
do housework and have eatiro care of house: none bnt
competent parties need apply. Address O 13, Tribune
office.
WANTED— AN INTELLIGENT YOUNG MAN TO
learn the photographic art. Cali at art gallery, 101
West Madison-st.
TIT ANTED—MEN AND WOMEN TO CANVASS FOB
Yl our new and fast-soiling goods: come and seo them;
must have 60 cents to sl. 149 LaS&llo-st., Boom 29.
\TTANTED— A SUCCESSFUL ADVERTISING SO-
Yt Heitor can hear of a good thing by addressing K
65, Tribune office.
W‘ ANTED GOOD LOCAL AND TRAVELING
agents and solicitors in Life Insurance work, on
liberal commission. Several ladies desired, who suo
coed as solicitors. Address B 33, Tribune office.
WANTED -SEVERAL RESPECTABLE YOUNG
men to sell teas on commission in the city. Ad
dress M 99, Tribune office.
WANTED-AN ATTORNEY, FOR WHOSE SLIGHT
.services on office will bo given, and considerable
paying business. Address, with references, F4, Tribune
office.
WANTED-A FEW ENERGETIC MEN TO SELL
a new and awful article in every house. Very sal
able and profits from $4 to $6 par day sure. Gall at No.
173 West Harrison-st.
WANTED-GOOD STEADY BOY AT KELLEY’S,
83 Madlson-st.; one that resides with his parents
preferred.
WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED HARDWARE OR
i * plumbers'goods traveler; address, with references,
L9O, Tribune office.
WANTED-ENERGETIO CANVASSERS FOB NEW
VV and finely-illustrated, standard serial works. O.
J. GRIFFITHS, 126 and 123 De&rborn-st.
WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED CANVASSER TO
canvass for job printing in the city; a liberal com
mission allowed. Apply atlSl S >uth Clark-at., Room 6.
WANTED-AN ERRAND BOY AT ROOM 39, 163
IV Woshlngton-st.
WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED BOOK OB MAP
canvasser. Address, with references, A 5, Tribune
office.
•WANTED—A FIRST-CLASS CANVASSER. AP
f V ply at Edwards’Directory office, 148 Clark-st.
VIfANTED-A GOOD BUSINESS MAN TO ACT AS
if solicitorand canvasser; none need apply unless they
can write a good plain hand and correct at spelling. Ad
dress G 74. Tribane office.
WANTED-MEN TO ENGAGE IN A GENTEEL
business. Agents make 825 to SUM weekly.
AMERICAN NOVELTY CO., U3 East Msdlson-at.,
Room 22.
■WANTED—CANVASSERS FOR A NEW BOOK THE
II best-selling work in the West; entertaining and
Instructive; elegantly embellished with stool portraits.
OSGOOD A CO.. 4 South Clark-st.
WANTED—FEMALE HELP.
Domestics.
WANTED-A GOOD COOK, WASHER AND
ironor. Liberal wages to one with good references.
Apply at 910 Michigan-av.
■WANTED A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
VV housework. Apply 811 Michigan-av.
WANTKD-TWO GOOD KITCHEN GIRLS AT 81
Sooth Clark-st. Apply in the kitchen.
WANTED-A GOOD COMPETENT GIRL, TO DO
general housework; also an experienced nurse girl
for baby. Apply at No. 1 Blue Island-av.
WANTED —A GERMAN. NORWEGIAN. OR
Swede girl to do general housework in a small fami
ly. Call at 96 South Halsted-st.
WANTED— A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework In a family of four. German preferred.
Apply at 252 South Panllna-st.
WANTED— A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
work; German or Scandinavian preferred. Apply
at 1124 Indlana-av.
WANTED-A GOOD GERMAN OH NORWEGIAN
girl for up-staire work. Apply at 1017 Wabaab-av.
Wan'ted-a strictly first-class meat
and pastry cook for privale board!or-house. Also
rood girl for c (moral work. Must be cood washer and
Ironor.
WANTED— IN PRIVATE BOARDING-HOUSE. A
German or Swedish girl that can help through tho
house and wash and iron. Apply at 599 West Adams-st.
WANTED— 2 GOOD GIRLS, ONE AS COOK, AND
other for second-work and wait on table. <33 West
Monroe-st.
TirANTED—A FIRST-CLASS DINING-ROOM GIRL,
VV and to do second-work, in a private boarding-house.
Call at 491 West Madison-st.
WANTED-ONE KITCHEN-WOMAN. ONE DISH
washer, and one chambermaid. Cali Monday morn
ing at Merchants’ Hotel, corner Lake and Clark-sta.
■IirANTED-A FIRST-CLASS COOK. WASHER,
VV and ironer. Apply Monday morning, at basement
door; must be first-class. 1333 Pralrio-av.
WANTED— TWO GIRLS; ONE TO COOK, WASH,
and iron; one lor second work and wait on tabic. 506
West Woshiogton-st.
WANTED— AT MAULTON HOUSE, CORNER KlN
zie ond North Market-ats., a good steady woman to
work in laundry.
*tirANTED-A GOOD SMART GIRL FOR GENER*
VV al housework; five in family. 1002 West Mon
roo-st.
XIT/ISTED-A GERMAN OR SWEDISH GIRL FOR
VV kitchen and laundry work as 70 Park-av.
X\T A NTED—A FIRST-CLASS COOK, WASHER AND
VV ironer. A German, Norwegian or Swede girl pre
ferred. No. 634 Mooroe-st.
WANTED-A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
•work. Apply at No. 23 Du Poystor-st.
WANTED-A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
work; must be a good cook. 177 Calumet-av., base
ment door.
WANTED-AT THE UNITED STATES HOTEL,
VV corner of Thirty-first-st. and Cottage Grove-av.,
dining-room girl; must be good. Call Monday morning
ready for work.
WANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK
In family of two, to go to Maywood. Apply for two
days at 358 Fulion-st.
WANTED-A GOOD GIRL TO DO GENERAL
housework In a small family. Call at 283 W arren-av.
WANTED— GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSEWORK
for three in family: no Irish. No. 3W Wamm-av.
VTTANTED-A COMPETENT COOK, WASHER.
VV etc., in a private family. Apply at 397 Miehiganav.
WANTED-GOOD GIRL TO COOK, WASH, AND
iron. 327 Fuitoa-st., near Ann.
Wanted— a uuu, to do general house
workat 542 Park-av.
Wanted— a girl to do cooking, wash
log, and ironing. Apply ÜBI South Rohey-tt.
WANTED—FEMALE
Domestics—Continued
WAKTED-A GOOD AND EXPERIENCED COOK
In & boerdine-house. Also a few boarders to oocopr
pleasant rooms. None but a competent and experienced
coot need apple Call at No. 2M southeast corner of
Harrison and Halited-sta.
WANTED-A GOOD COOK. WASHER. AND
1 Jn ,n « r „ I p * private family. Apply, with reference,
at 437 West M ashington-st.
W ANTED-A SWEDE. SCANDINAVIAN,OB GER
man girl to go a short distance in the country for the
summer, as cook in a small family; no washing or iron
ing; good wages. Call at 258 Michigan-av.
"WANTED—A MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN ABOUT 30
T i or 35 to do general housework in a private family.
Apply at 17 Flnnell-at.
T\r ANTED—A GOOD GIRL TO DO GENERAL
T V housework in small family. Apply at No. 9 North
Carpenter-flt., cottage house.
WANTED-A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
¥ Y work, Gorman, Norwegian, or Swede. Apply at 299
Walnnt-st.
WANTED-A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
work. Applyat47 West Handolph-st.. up-stalrs.
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS COOK, WASHER
and ironer, German or Norwegian; «n*ll family;
second-girl kept; none but tho best need apply. Immo
diately. No. 7Q South Morgans!.
TV7ANTED—AT OGDEN HOUSE, CORNER OP
fi Washington and Franklin-sts.. one first-class din
ing-room girl, one chambermaid, one dUh washer, one
laundry woman, and one kitchen girl. Call Mnnrtny
morning.
WANTED-A GOOD GIRL TO DO GENERAL
housework. Apply at 258 Warren-ar.
WANTED-A GIRL TO ASSIST AT HOUSEWORK,
about 16. who can go home at night, at 109 Franklin
st.. Room 11.
"WANTED-A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE-
V ¥ work in a small family- Inquire Monday at 420 West
Adams-st.; must come well rccomended.
WANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
¥ i work; Swede or Norwegian preferred; good wages;
come to go to work. 175 Sonin Peoria-st.
WANTED— GIRL AT 271 EAST INDIANA-ST. FOB
general housework; most bo a good cock.
WANTED-A GOOD GIRL WHO UNDERSTANDS
cooking, at 357 West Jackson-at.
WANTED— GIRL TO ASSIST IN HOUSEWORK AT
472 West Twelfth-at.
WANTED-GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE-
work; references required. 236 South Green-st.
WANTED— A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
work in a small family, at 558 Mlchigan-av. Best
of references required.
WANTED— A GOOD GIRL TO DO GENERAL
housework in a family of two. Most come well*
recommended. Apply Monday forenoon at 1034 Mich*
igaa-ar, ’
TyANTED-TWO GOOD GIRLS—ONE AS COOK
Yr and laundress, and one second girl— la a private
family, to live Jost sooth of city Limits in Oakland. Most
bo lirst-class, with good references. Will have none
others. Apply at 1199 Wabash*ar., Monday and Tuesday.
April 20 and 21.
WANTED-A GOOD WOMAN'TO COOK AND
assist iu general housework. German or Swede
preferred. Call Monday morning. SO North Sangamon-st.
W' ANTED - A GOOD GIRL FOB GENERAL
housework, at Hinsdale, 15 miles on C., B. A Q. B.
R. Apply at 63 East Lake-st.
T\ r ANTED—A GIRL FOR SECOND WORK AND
v I take care of children. German or Swode preferred.
Apply at 129 Twonty-fonrth-st.
W AJ ' TED ~ A GERMAN. WELSH.OK NORWEGIAN
' k* housework in family. Apply
WANTED-A NEAT GIRL TO DO GENERAL
T I housework in a family of throe. 3XI South Hal.
sted-st. -
ANTED-AT 1446 WABaSH-AV., A SWEDE OR
Danish girt, for general housework; one that under*
stands cooking and is nealaud willing; wages $4.
ANTED-A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE*
work la a small family; must cook, wash, swj iron
well, 1251>$ In jlana-av.
WANTED-A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
work in a small family, to go in the country five
miles. Apply at 737 West Washington-st.
WANTED-A GOOD KITCHEN GIRL, SCRUB
« T girl, andpantry girl, at the DeForest House. Ap
ply to-day. 173 North Clark-st., corner Erie.
WANTED-A GOOD; SCANDINAVIAN OR GBR*
man servant*glrl at the restaurant, 13 North Wells-st.
WANTED-A WOMAN TO GO IN THE COUNTRY
to do general housework; no objection to child old
enough to go to school. Inquire at 25* Calumet-av. near
Twonty*nintb*st.
WANTED— A PROTESTANT GIRL TO COOK,
wash, and iron in a small family where two girls are
kept. Apply, with - recommendations, at 200 BlUs-av.,
Cottage Orovo.
WANTED-A YOUNG GIRL TO DO GENERAL
housework in a family of throe; will have a
good home. Apply at 167 Frcmont-st.
WANTED-A GOOD GERMAN OR SCANDINA
vIan girl to do general housework in a «m>n family.
Apply at once at 1294 Wabaah*av.
WANTED-A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE-
work in a small family. 77 Soeley-av.
WANTED-A NORWEGIAN GIRL, TO DO GEN*
oral housework for a family of three persons. Call
at 123 South Pooria-st.
WANTED-A GOOD GIRL TO DO CHAMBER
« T work, and who is a good washer and ironer. 602
West Adams-st.
WANTED-GENERAL HOUSE SERVANT. MUST
be good cook and laundress; also girl for second
work. at 55 Twcnty-eighth-st., between Wabash and
Hiohigan-avs.
WANTED-A DINING*ROOM GIRL THAT KNOWS
her business, and none other. Apply at IS Eld
rldgo-conrt.
WANTED —A GOOD GIRL TO DO GENERAL
housework, at 47 North Carpenter-st.
T\7*ANTED— GOOD GIRL. FOB GENERAL HOUSE*
IT work. Apply at 1033 West MadUon-st,, up-stairs.
WANTED— TWO GOOD GIRLS FOR GENERAL
bouse and second work. Apply, for throe days, at
163 North Dearbom-st.
WANTED— GOOD SERVANT-GIRL, AT 63 NORTH
Sholdon-st. Call at basement door. -
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS SCANDINAVIAN OR
German girl as cook and laundress. References re
quired. Apply Monday at i£M Indiana-av.
W" ANTED-OIRL FOB: GENERAL HOUSEWORK
for h small family. Apply at 163 Ewlog-st.
W "ANTED—A GOOD GERMAN OITSWEDE GIRL
to wash dishes and help about the kitchen. BUCK
MINSTER'S, 356 State-st., corner Harrison.
WANTED-A WOMAN PASTRY COOK; ALSO. A
boy to wait on table, to go a few miles ont of tho
city. Call Monday at 385 Wabasb-ar.
TITANTED—A GOOD GIRL TO DO GENERAL
IT housework for a small family. Apply at 93 East
Thirty-thlrd-at,
.TWANTED—A NEAT. RESPECTABLE GIRL FOR
11 general housework in a small family. Inquire at 44
Qtkwood-ar., near Cottage Grove cars.
WANTED-A GOOD COOK. WASHER, AND IRON
er; references required. No. 19 Honoro-st.
WANTED— A GOOD GERMAN. SWEDE, OB
Norwegian girl at 309 Wobster-av. Call to-day.
WANTED-ONK KITCHEN AND ONE NURSE
Vr girl to go to Hinsdale; must haro good references.
Call at M" West Mooroe-st.
WANTED-A GOOD DOMESTIC SERVANT GIRL,
one who can wash and iron well, and cook good.
Apply at 101 North Clark-st., fourth story, entrance on In
diana-st.
WANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
< t housework in a private family of fonr persons, Swede
or Norwegian preferred. Inquire at 623 Larrabee-et.
WANTED— A GOOD COOK, WASHER, AND
ironer, for small private family. None but those thor
oughly competent and with good references need apply.
Call, after Sunday, at 714 Wabaah-av.
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS PASTRY COOK, AT
tbe Woman’s Home, 189 West Jackson-st. Mast be
thorough and excellent in that department of tbs culina
ry art.
WANTED— TWO COMPETENT GIRLS, ONE FOR
kitchen and one for second-work. Apply at No. 26
University-place.
WANTED-AT 164 THIRTY-FIRST-ST., A GOOD
girl for kitchen and laundry work.
WANTED-A YOUNG GIRL TO DO GENERAL
housework. Apply at 884 West Madison-st.
WANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOBOENERaLHOUSE
work In a family of three, to go to Maywood, ten
miles ont, on C. A N.W. Railway; Scandinavian pre
ferred. Apply at 56 LaSalle-st.
WANTED-A GOOD GIRL TO COOK, WASH,
andiron. German or Swede preferred. Apply at
48 Twcnty-fourth-st., near Calamet-av.
WANTED-A SECOND GIRL AT NO. 60 TWEN
ty-third-at. Call Monday.
WANTKD-A GIRL BETWEEN 10 AND 15 YEARS
of age to wait on table and do light work. Apply
immediately at No. 1127 Praine-av.
WANTED— GIRL TO DO HOUSEWORK IN A
email family. Apply at in Vlncennga-av.
Seamstresses*
WANTED-AT 7C TWENTY-FIFTHST., THREE
first-class dressmakers and ono operator on Florence
machine.
WANTED— 2 MACHINE GIRLS TO SEW ON
Slngerroachino, at 789 Milwaukee.av.
WANTED-GOOD SHIRT MAKERS AT THE CHl
cago Shirt Factory, 146 Flfth-av.; work given ont.^
WANTED-A SEANSTRESS ACCUSTOMED TO
Wilcox A Gibbs machine, by tbo day or week. Ap
ply at 389 Orchard-st.
W’ ANTED—A SEAMSTRESS WHO CAN MAKE
end fit dresses and da plain eewing.and nsa 'Wheeler
A Wilson machine. Apply at No. 293 bnperior-et., North
Side.
WANTED-SIX EXPERIENCED DRESSMAKERS
and two apprentices at Madame KENDEL’S, 60
Twenty-fifth-si.
TXT ANTED—IOO GIRLS EXPERIENCED IN MAK
\t icgmccklin and half lace frames: and Wednesday
morning 50 girls experienced in sewing ladles braid hats.
F. PERSON A CO., £ou to 206 Wabasn-vr.
W~ ANTED-A SEAMSTRESS AND SECOND GIRL,
with references. Apply at 330 Obio-st.
•WANTED—IMMEDIATELY— A. GIRL TO DO
T> stitching on a Singer manufacturing machine In
carrlage-ahiip, 192 and 131 East Waahlngton-st.
FLETCHER A LAEEAR. _
WANTED-A COMPETENT, WILLING LAUN
dress. Apply at 330 Oblo-st.
WANTED— 5 FIRST-CLASS MACHINE HANDS
for fine shop coats, and 5 finishers. 51 Fry-st.
WANTED-nitST-CLASS SHOE STITCHERS AT
128 North Holsted-st.
Latin Orosses.
WANTED— 2 GOOD IRONERS—APPLY AT 682
Lake-it., in laundry.
HrA.VTKD-A FIRST-CLASS LAUNDRESS. AP-
Vl ply at 110 Calnmet-av.
TTTANTED—A FIRST-CLASS LAUNDRESS, TO
If take charge of anew laundry, 113 Chlcago-ava,;
married lady preferred; reference required.
XIfANTED—ONE FIRST-CLASS STARCHER AND
\l one washerwoman at the Pearl Laundry, 513 West
Madison-st.
WANTED-ATIS SOUTH OESPLALNES-ST., TWO
II first-class lady clothes irooen; good wages for first
class.
WANTED—3 GOOD SHIRT-IRONERS AT THE
V V Lakeside Laundry, 63 and 65 Canil-st.
[T ANTED-A GIRL TO WASH AND IRON AT 117
f South Park-av.
XTT ANTED—A FIRST-CLASS LAUNDRESS; SCAN
TY dinavlan preferred. Call Monday at 390 West
Washington-st. ■
O K JAuadry, 458 Wabaah-er. Apply Monday.
:lp.
WANTED—FEMALE HELP.
Nurses.
WANTED-A NURSE TO TAKE CARE OF A
• * patient with emall-pox. Apply at 223 South Hal
stod-st.
WANTED— NURSE TO TAKE CARE OP CHILD
20 months old and assist at washing for small family#
A between 9 and 12 at 610 Michigan-av.
Jjv" ANTED—AT 804 MICHIGAN-AY.—A PROTEST
f' t ant nnrse girl about 17 years old to mind child little
over 2 years old, and do other light work. Good refer
ence required. Call after 9 Monday morning.
WANTED-A YOUNG GIRL TO TAKE CARE OF
a child; wages, g3 per week. Apply at 249 Park-ar.
X\T ANTED—A BRIGHT, ACTIVE GIRL ABOUT
T* 14 yean old to take care of child. Apply at 66
Throop-st.
WANTED-A WET NURSE. APPLY TO DR. H. A.
TT JOHNSON, No. 4 Sixteenth-st., from 9to 12 a.m.
WANTED - A NURSE GIRL. APPLY AT 653
State-st.
|WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS NURSE GIRL, GER
iJn man or French. One willing to go East for snmxuer.
n&7 West Jackion-st.
Milliners*
TXT ANTED-A GIRL TO LEARN THE VEST-MAK
V v making trade on lim-claas work. Apply at 145 Sodg
wick-st.. in rear.
TXT ANTED—A COMPETENT WOMAN TO DO SEW
• • mg. Apply between and 12. at 141 Oak-st., baao
meat.
"WANTED—GIRLS TO WORK ON LADIES* UN
Y¥ derwesr. Apply at 246 Wabaah-ar.
WANTED— MILLINERS—APPLY TO MRS. FRA
ZER, 606 State-st,
•WANTED - DRESSMAKERS: FRENCH AND
Ai Swedish preferred: also a few neat hands for silk
Embroidery. Apply to Mrs. E. A. MCLAUGHLIN, No.
142 Twontieth-st.
Housekeepers.
"WANTED-AN EDUCATED AND REFINED MlD
¥¥ dlo-aged American woman as housekeeper. None
need apply without the best of references. Address D 92,
Tribune office.
"Of ANT ED—HOUSEKEEPER IN WIDOWER’S FAM
¥¥ lly of two children. None but competent parsons
need apply. Call at 359 Divlslon-st. to-day.
Employment Agencies.
"WANTED-TO INFORM MY MANY PATRONS.
* T and the public in general, that lam not connected
with tho Star Employment Office. 1 have opened an office
known as the Chicago Dramatic and General Female Em-
Eloyment Agency; it has no equal in obtaining reliable
olp for all branches of business, and is conducted ** pro
bouo publico.” Satisfaction guaranteed; all seeking
situations must positively come well recommended. Mrs.
POTTER, No. 1 South Clark-st., Boom 2.
WA NT E D—GERMAN AND SCANDINAVIAN
girls for private families, hotels, laundries, city and
country, at Mrs. DUSKE’6 office, 80 Milwankeo-av.
WANTED— CAPABLE GIRLS OF EVERY NA
tionallty as cooks, house girls, and nurse girls, in
the beet of private families. 265 East Cfaieago-av.
* Miscellaneous. —— •
TTTANTED—A GIRL FROM 14 TO 18, WISHING
V i to learn music, to assist with housework. Address
A 6, Tribune office.
WANTED-LADY AND GENTLEMEN CANVAS-
Vt sen for the Remington Sewing-Machine. Liberal
inducements. 285 State-st.
WANTED-A YOUNG LADY TO CLERK IN A
small confectionery. Wages low. Address O 65,
Iribune office.
WANTED— LADY CANVASSERS DESIRING A
paying business to call and see Cornwell's Improved
Solf-ntting Dress Chart. Great Inducements offered to
good canvassers. Call immediately. Office and chart
rooms southeast corner State and Adams-ats.
TX7 ANTED—TWO LADIES TO CANVASS FOR HU-
T r mane Journal. Inducements offered to experienced
canvassers. 275 East Madison*at., Room 16, up-stairs.
WANTED-A THOROUGHLY EXPERIENCED
lady for suit department. J. B. SHAY, 84 and 86
State-st.
WANTED-AN OFFICE GIRL IN A LAUNDRY.
Apply at 330 Wabash-av.
SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE.
Bookkeepers, Clerks, &c.
CmiATION WANTED— IN OFFICE OR STORE. BY
O a good penman and correspondent. Can loan employ*
er $5uU on good security. Address Jsl Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—BOOKKEEPER—WILL Ac
cept any position at any salary. Have bad five years'
experience in a large commercial boose; am a tine and
rapid penman and quick calculator; refer to late em
ployer as to ability and character: age, 24 yean. Address
D 52, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED —IN A WHOLESALE OR
retail drug house; references as to ability, character,
etc., unexceptionable. Address D, 7 Vincennes-av.
SITUATION WANTED-BY AN EXPERIENCED
business than, who Is well acquainted in the city, as
salesman or bookkeeper; best of references given. Please
address L 23, care KAtJFMANN A COLLOT’S Adver
tising Agency. 135 LaSalle-st.
SITUATION WANT ED-IN ANY GOOD BUSINESS
in any capacity, by a competent, active yonog man,
produce commission preferred; can keep books; refer
ences given. Address L 53, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN IN A
commission bonso, to learn the business; bast refer
ences. Address A 25, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN, IN
some good business house, store, or office, who
keep books, road, write, and speak English ana German;
willing to work hard and cheap; good reference given.
Address L. M. U., 116 North oangamou-st.
Situation wanted-as bookkeeper, cash
iar, or any office work. Good references as to ability
and Integrity. O. H. CUSHMAN. 28 Aberdeen-st., city.
SITUATION WANTED-BY AN ENERGETIC
young monied man: is willing to take bold of any
kind of respectable employment. Address G 62, Trlhono
office.
SITUATION WANTED—IN REAL ESTATE
oflioo, is any capacity, by a young man thoroughly ac
quainted with the city. Best of reterencea. Address M
5, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A MEMBER OF THE
Chicago Board of Trade,capable of attending to trails*
actions on ’Change. Good correspondent and bookkeeper.
Satisfactory references. Address V ls, Tribune office.
CITUATION WANTED—ON OB BEFORE MAY 1,
O by an intelligent (married) man, who is a first-class
accountant and good penman, in a No. 1 honso that will
pay him for services rendered; want an actiro position.
Andress for tiro days B 51, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A SHORT-HAND
writer as amanuensis or clerk. Haro had consider
able experience as a business correspondent; reference
giron. Address ESS, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY AN INSURANCE MAN;
speaks both German and English, and baa bad four
years’ experience In a homo office. Will accept a posi
tion in an office or attend to outside business, either on
salary or commission. - Boat of references glren as to
character and ability. Address C 21, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN OP
three years’ experience fas salesman, in dry goods
store: willing to work cheap; good reference. Address
W. PARSONS, 67 North Llncoln-st.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A COMPETENT
busines man, at anytoing by which be can make an
honest living. Is a good bookkeeper, collector, and ac
quainted throughout tbo city. Best cf references. Ad
dress 11, c&ro Carrier No. 6. Sooth Branch.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN AS
salesman In a wholesale lumber yard. Has had seven
years' experience and can give good reference. Address
Box 41, Canajohario, N. Y.
SITUATION WANTED-TO BOOT AND SHOE
Manufacturers—A thorough business man who has
traveled in that line, having extensive acquaintance of
long standing with the boot and shoo dealers through the
Western Stales; also a thorough knowledge of the leather
business, is desirous of taking an interest in such busi
ness, or to travel for a first-class concern. Address E 25*
Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN OF
experience, in the hardware trade; no objections to
travfcUng: the best of city and Eastern references given.
Address L 76, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN AS
entry clerk, assistant bookkeeper, or cashier. Best
of references. Address CF M, 6UB Centre-av., np-staira.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN, AS
an assistant bookkeeper, salesman,or clerk in a mer
cantile business: has had some experience as salesman in
the lumber business. Good references given. Address
D 67, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-AS BOOKKEEPER, CASH
icr. or correspondent, by a man of long cxpcrienco
in business; Isa qnlck accountant, accustomed to cor
respondence, and good counterfeit detector; highest city
references. Address E 72, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN WHO
is thoroughly posted in the fancy goods, notions, and
jewelry business, wholesale or rotaU; speaks Gorman.
Address B 82, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A FIRST-CLASS BOOK
keeper; ten years* experience in wholesale booses;
will take any position where ho can make himself valua
ble ; salary not such an object. Address M 13, Tribune
office.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A YOUNG MAN; UN
derstauda bookkeeping correctly; is a good writer,
quick at figures, and not afraid of work. Adores* JWR,
1177 West Folk-ec.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN WITH
first-class reference, as bookkeeper or salesman. Hour
or produce business preferred; a man thoroughly in ear
nest. Business men will please investigate. Address C
C 3, Tribune otfico.
SITUATION WANTED —TO REAL ESTATE
O Agents—Advertiser wants work; Is an accomplished
surveyor, draughtsman, and architect; thoroughly posted
in city, suburban, and country real estate: syears'expe
rience in Chicago. WORKER, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN, IN A
wholesale or retail boose, as clerk, collector, porter,
watchman, or employment at almost anything; is temper
ate, reliable, and not afraid of work; will be satisfied with
moderate wages; bos satisfactory reference as to charac
ter. Address, for threo days, D 95, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A SCANDINAVIAN AS
bookkeeper, or to act as bookkeeper and clerk; speaks
Swedish and English; can give good recommendations.
Address 1131. Tribune othcc.
SITUATION WANTED—BY. A YOUNG MAN WHO
is used to office work; understands bookkeeping,
and con furnish good references; would be willing to work
for a small salary. Address E5. Trlbono office.
SITUATION WANTED—AS MANAGER, SALES
mau, or bookkeeper in a mercantile establishment by
a middle-aged man ot 20 years’ practical experience. Ad
dress C 3, Tribune otfice.
SITUATION WANTED-AS COPYIST, CASHIER,
or clerk in an office. Address Ll9. Tribune office.
S' ITtufiON WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN, AS
cashier or bookkeeper. Unexceptionable references.
No liquor house need answer. Address M 9, Tribune
office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN AC*
qnalnted with the city, la an offico or store, where
there is pro>pect of advancement. Is industrious, steady
and competent. Best of references. A permanent posi
tion desired. Address A 21. Tribune office.
SITUATION WaNTED-BY A YOUNG MAN OP
O good moral character, with some firm where he can
mako himself generally useful. Salsry not so much an
object os a permanent situation. I* a good penman and
quick at figures. Good references given. Address E,
539 West Washingtoa-st.
SITUATION WANTED-A YOUNG MAN
thoroughly conversant with the real estate busin-tsa
wonts » position in an office where his services will be
brought into the fcUast requisition. Address, for 5 days,
G 92, Tribune oeffie.
SITUATION WaNTED-BY A YOUNG MARRIED
O Scotchman In the wholesale or retail hardware trade.
Has eight years’expcriences and a thorough knowledge of
the basicaas. Best reference. Address G 52, Tribune
office- _____ .....
SITUATION WANTED-BY AN' EXPERIENCED
O man of 23 aa bookkeeper, bill-clerk, a ot collector.
Reference* given. Terms ill per week* A 82. Tribuao
office.
SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE.
Trades.
SITUATION WASTED—BY A GOOD CUTTER:
best of references as to ability; speaks English ana
German. Address H 34, Tribune otfice.
SITUATION WANTED —BY A LANDSCAPE
gardener to fix gardens, plant trees, and grade
ground around booses. Address D 81, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED —BY A FIRST-CLASS
gardener and florist; understands his business in all
ita branches. Address B S9. Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A GERMAN. AS GAB
deaer, who Is well acquainted with his business. Good
recommendation given. Address, for 3 days, G 6, Trib
une office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN (GEE-
O man) as watchmaker, has had 6 years' experience In
the trsde: no objection to the country. Address HI,
Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A COMPETENT EN
glneor of S3 years’ experience, to run a stationary cn
gina; first-class reference given. Address ISO State-st.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A FIRST-CLASS OAR
rlage ironer, IS years' experience on light work; no
objection to the country. Addresa IRONER, Tribune
office.
OITUATION WANT ED-A FIRST-CLASS PRAC-
O Ucal engineer of 18 years'experience wants a situa
tion to run a stationary engine In a mill or store. Will do
all repairing. Addresa ENGINEER, Tribune office.
OITUATION WANTED TO MANUFACTURERS
O and Others—By a practical mechanic as machinist
and engineer. Address ENGINEER, No. 170 CarroU-st.,
West Side.
SITUATION WANTED-BY PARTY HAVING HAD
8 years' experience in charge of frame and jobbing
department of one of the principal factories in the city,
where hard wood-finish and work was a specialty, is open
to any position of trust and responsibility in that line.
Good references. Address D 61, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY AN ENGINEER WHO
can give oood references. No objection to going in
country. Call, or address, THOS. J. WRIGHT, 423
Sooth State-st.
SITUATION WANTED—A YOUNG MAN WANTS
to finish learning the tinners' trsde: had 6 months’ ex
perience. Address C 31, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—AN ENGINEER OF LARGE
czDericnco, and thoroughly acquainted with the work
ing of steam-heating apparatus, isopen for an engage
ment; no objection to the country. Address for five days.
ENGINEER, Tribone office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A FIRST-CLASS TlN
ner, in city or country. Address A 26, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A SHIRT-CUTTER,
who thoroughly understands the business. Address
G 12, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A BOY OF 18 YEARS
to learn tinners' orpluinbera’ trade; some experience
at tinning. Address 163 Ashland-sv., for one week.
Coachmen. Teamsters. dZo.
SITUATION WANTED —AS COACHMAN IN A
private family, by a young man 21 years of age who
baa long experience, and U not afraid of work. Can milk
and make bimself generally useful. E 3, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY AN ENGLISHMAN, AS
coachman. Thoroughly experienced in the care of
horses. Can give the best of reference. Address H 91,
Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED —AS COACHMAN, BY A
Swede; a number-ono man in every respect, as refer
ences will indicate. Strictly temperate. Please address
A 81, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—AS COACHMAN BY! A
young steady man, English; city references. Address
G 72, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—BY AN ENGLISHMAN.
Been accustomed fo horses and gardening. Address
G 82, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN AS
coachman in a private family; has a good reference.
Address B 21, Tribune office.
QITUATION WANTED-BY AN ENGLISH COACH-
O man, in a private family. Address J 60, Tribune
office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY AN ENGLISHMAN AS
coachman in a private family; thoroughly understand s
has business; good reference. Address B 43, Tribune
office.
QITDATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN. (SCAtf-
O dioavian), as coachman in a private family; under
stands the care of bonus and carnages; well acquainted
in the city; and Is not afraid to work jgoodcity references.
Address C 11. Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A MAN AND WIFK
mon as coachman, wife as cook or second girl; best of
reference given. Address J. 237 Doolidge-st.
SITUATION WANTED—AS COACHMAN, BY ONE
who thoroughly understands his business, both care of
hones and carriage, and can come well recommended by
the F. A. M. Fraternity or last employer; is well oo
qualnted in the city. M 79, Tribune offies.
SITUATIONS WANTED-BY MAN AND WIFE;
man as coachman or to take care of honeiu wife to do
general housework. Address M 30, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY AN ENGLISHMAN. AS
coachman; best of city references. Address A 45,
Tribune office.
Miscellaneonv-
QITUATION WANTED-BY A SINGLE MAN WHO
O speaks English, German. French, and Italian, with
some business capacity. Will take a situation In a res
taurant or hotel as waiter or barkeeper. Best references
given. Address M 65, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A BOY 15 YEARS OF
ago in a wholesale grocery bouse; will make himself
generally useful, and can come well recommended. Ad
dress F 75, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG ENGLISH
roan. Is willing to tako hold of any kind of employ
meat. Not afraid of hard work. Address D L Triban©
office.
SITUATION WANTED-AS A PORTER IN A
store. Can come veil ree comm ended. Address E 23,
Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A SMART, ACTIVE
boy, 15 years of ago; one who understands the city; as
office or errand boy; writes a fair band. Address B 63,
Tribune office.
Situations wanted—as watchman or pos
ter; ono who can write a fair hand, keep account* aa
warehouseman. Also, a boy. 16 years old. who Is quali
fied to drive and t&ko care of a team, and willing to do
aur other work. Address R. J. SIMPSON, 99 South Ca
nal-st.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A MIDDLE-AGED
Frenchman as gardener. Address 166 East Harrison
*U N. DUCREUX.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A GRADUATE OF (IN)
O pharmacy from Scandinavia In a chemical laboratory.
Best of references given. Address D 22, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN AS
porter or salesman in a grocery store; has bad 10
years' experience in the business; wages no object. Ad
dress M 38, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY AN EXPERIENCED
shorthand writer. Address, stating salary, K 61,
Tribune office.
SITUATIONS WANTED—FEMALE
Domestics*
SITUATION WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE
girl to do second-work and sew, or to travel with a
family for the summer, good reference can be given from
present employer. Address B 18, Tribune office, for two
days.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A GOOD NORWEGIAN
girl to do second work in a small family. Call at 230
West Lako-st.
SITUATION WANTED—IN A SMALL FAMILY TO
do general housework. Apply at L 3 Polk-st. Good
reference can be given.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A GOOD GIRL, TO DO
second work or general housework in a small family.
Please call at 422 llurgan-st,
ITUATIONS WANTED—BY TWO SISTERS. TO
work together or to do general housework. Call at 87
Kric-st.
SITUATION WANTED-BY AN ELDERLY WIDOW
lady in a small family whoro t i ore are no children
and the work light; parties needing aneb a woman will
find her every way responsible; the best of reference
given. Address L 96, Tribune office.
QITUATION WANTED-BY A COMPETENT GIRL
O to cook, wash, and iron in a private family: good ref
erence, if required. Pleaso call at 161 DoKoven-st. Can
be seen for a woek.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A FIRST-CLASS COOK,
washer, and irooerin a private family: best of city
reference can be given. Coll or address for 3 days 363
South May-st., near corner of Taylor, in basement.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A MIDDLE-AGED
woman as cook in a first-class boarding-house; refer
ence given. Please call at 719 State-at., Monday.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A SWEDE GIRL TO DO
general housework. Apply at 145 Chleago-av.
SITUATION WANTED-IN A HOTEL OR BOARD
ing-houso to do either meat or pastry cooking. No
body need address this advertiser without they are cer
tain that they want somebody. K 49, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A GIRL, AS SECOND
cook or kitchen work, hotel or boarding-house. Ap
ply at 34 CUnton-s u, Room 12.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A YOUNG WOMAN
as meat and pastry oook In a private boardlng.house.
Address I£9 South Dearbom-st., corner Twelfth.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A GOOD, RELIABLE
girl to do general housework in a small private family,
or would do second work. Apply at Dr. Tucker’s,
loti Wabaah-sv., between the boors of 3 and 6 p. m.
SITUATION WANTED-BY TWO RESPECTABLE
Swedish girls, one to cook, wash, and iron, and the
other to as«lst in general homework. Call, for three
days, at-ll3Tweaty-tifth-Bt., np stairs.
SITUATION WANTED-BY AN ENGLISH WOMAN,
wbero sbe would bo willing to make haraelf useful,
in a small family, a widower’s family preferred. Address
ftjl Stato-st.
QITUATXON WANTED—BY A GIRL TODOCOOK-
O lag, washing, and ironing. Address 1268 Siate-at.
Call from 10 to 4 Monday.
SITUATION WANTED —BY A YOUNG GIRLTODO
second work or tako care of children. Call at 899
Stato-st. Best of reference given.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A RESPECTABLE
Norwegian girl to do general housework or second
work in a small private family: good reference given if
required. Call at No. 611 Huboard-st.
SITUATION WANTED—IN SMALL FAMILY FOB
general housework. Apply at 121 Foster-«t.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A COMPETENT GIRL,
u chambermaid and waitress in a private family.
Good city references can be given. -Call or addresa 138
Botterneld-st., Monday.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE
girl, u> do general housework in a private family.
Please call or address 84 Alerandra-st.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A GOOD SMART
woman to cook, wash, and iron in a private family or
to do general housework- Call, as »oon as possible, at
West Mouroe-sU
SITUATION WANTED—BY A RESPECTABLE
girl to do second work or general housework in a
small family. Apply at 166 North Morgaa-st., Monday.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE
O girl, to do kitchen work in a small family; can he seen
for two days. Call at No. g Fourteenth-*t.
SITUATION WANTED —BY A RESPECTABLE
girl, to do general housework In email private family,
or second work: can be seen Sunday and Monday, at No.
G63 South Jelfersou-st. Can come well recommended.
ITUATiON'WANTED-BY A GtRIT”IN A PRI-'
vate family as cook and laundress. Call at 231 Twen
ty-foortb-tt.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A WIDOW LADY,
with a baby boy, in a private family to do goners!
boose work; wages reasonable. Apply to Mrs. A. KING,
la the roar of 6bß Wabasn-av.. In the alley.
SITUATION WANTED-BY AN EDUCATED
O young woman with a family going West. Address B
15. Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A FIRST-CLASS COOK,
la a hotel, restaurant, or large boarding-house; one
who is capable of taking full charge. Address J H,
West Sldo ?. O.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A COMPETENT GIRL
to eook. wash, and Iron in a private family. Call
ftftwirfay aiil Arthur-sL
SITUATIONS WANTED—FEMALE.
Domestics—Continued.
CITUATIONS WASTED—BY A MOTHER AND
O daughter in a first-class private family. Call at 624
State-st.
OITUATION WANTED—BY A RESPECTABLE
O girl to do general housework in a small private family
or second work. Plesse call for two days, in rear of &
Brumer-st.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A RESPECTABLE
girl to do second work in a private family. Reference
if required. 283 South Morgan-at. Apply in the rear.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A COMPETENT WOM-
U w to cook wash, and iron in a private family; refer
ence given, if required. 144 SoothPeoria-st.
OITUATION WANTED-BY A GOOD, RELIABLE
O girl as cook and laundress In a respectable private
family or to do general housework In a small private fatal
v* Sol Wentworth-av., In the rear, Monday.
South Side preferred.
SITUATION WiSTED-BY A RESPECTABLE
young lady in private family as first-class cook; best
oi city reference can be given. Apply at 1156 State-st.
OITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG GIRL IN A
kJ private family to do general house or kitchen work.
Please call on Monday at 876 South Clark-st.. near Nine
teenth.
SITUATION WANTFA-BY A GOOD GIRL AS GEN
eral servant in a private family. Call at ISO ShurtlatT-av.
Situations wanted-by two german girls,
sisters, one to do cooking, the other to do second
work in a hnt-claee private family; South Side preferred.
Address H 70, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY TWO GOOD GIRLS,
one ae cook and the other as second-girL References
given If required. 605 Aroold-st.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A GIRL AS COOK,
washer, and ironer. in a private family. Call Mon
day at 109 Butterfield-et.
SITUATIONS WANTED—BY TWO GOOD GIRLS,
ons ae oook and one for second work. 353 Third-av.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A WOMAN AS COOK,
washer, and ironer. Call at 75 Hastings-st,
SITUATION WANTED-BY 3 FIRST-CLASS GIRLS
O—One for general housework, the other a first-class
cook or second girl, in a private family; any desirable ref
erences. if required. Call at present employers, 13 East
Sixteenth-st.
SITUATION WANTED—AS CHAMBERMAID IK
or boarding-house. Call 157 South Dearborn-st.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A OOOD GIRL FOB
general bonsehork or for second-work. Call at No.
20U Maxwell-et.
OITUATION WANTED—BY A NORWEGIAN GIRL
O to take care of children. Please call at 18 Gurly-st.,
Monday.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A YOUNG GIRL TO
do second work in a private family, Call Monday
and Tuesday at S3 Union-st.
QITUATION WANTED—AS FIRST-CLASS MEAT
O or pastry-cook, in hotel, restaurant, or private family;
no vraahlng or ironing. Call at 159 Eightecnth-st., cor
ner of Dearborn.
SITUATIONS WANTED-BY 2 SISTERS. ONE AS
cook, washer, and ironor. and the othoraa second-
Sri and to take care of children, or would do plain sew
g: bare the best city reference from tbeir last place.
Call, for 3 days, at 71Fourteentb-st.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A GIRL, TO DO SEC
ondworkor general housework In a small famfly.
Good reference.;!?required. Please oall at No. SOAlox
ander-st., South Side.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A GIRL WITIICOOT>
reference. Kitchen-work preferred. Inquire at lE*
Wentwortb-av.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A RESPECT*
girl to-do second work or general homework i.. • .noli
family; best of city reference. Call at 740 Indiana-a i.. in
the rear.
SITUATION WANTED-AS SECOND GIRL IN A
nloe family. Apply Monday at 271 Huron-it.
Seamstresses,
QITUATION WANTED—SEWING BY THE DAY IN
O families or work taken borne. Terms moderate,
Cali or address DRESSMAKER, 735 West Loko-st.
SITUATION WANTED—BY AN EXPERIENCED
dressmaker, first-class cutter and fitter. Addrevr
Mrs. H, 55 Price-place.
SITUATION WANTED —BY A COMPETENT
dressmaker to cut andfitln private families. Call at
831 West Madlson-st-
SITUATION WANTED—DRESSMAKING OR CDT
ting and fitting In families: Taylor’s system of cutting.
Florence. Address K GO, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—AS SEAMSTRESS IN
private family; can operate different Ad
dress 0 73. Tribune office.
QITDATION WANTED-LV PRIVATE FAMILY BY
O a seamstress who cats ladies’ and children’s dresses,
can furnish sowing machine. Address M 13, Tribuno
office.
SITUATION WANTED-AS SEAMSTRESS IN A
family. Is a good dressmaker: can cat and fit, and do
all kinds of family sewing and children’s clothes. Address
H 33, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG LADY. A3
seamstress inaprivate family. Can do dressmaking
or plain sewing. Terms reasonable, and reference If re->
qaired. Call for two days at 106 Esst Indiana-st.
SITUATION WANTED-LADY TO SEW FORE
noons for board, where can have permanent place.
Can do all kinds of dressmaking. Can furnish machine.
Address F 60, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-TO DO DRESSMAKING
or plain sewing; take it home or go out. Address 687
West Madison-st.
QITDATION WANTED-BY A FIRST-CLASS
O dressmaker, by the day or week. Apply or address
107 SoutblPeoria-st.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE
girl, to sew In a family, or take it home; baa no ob
jection to a few miles in tho.country. Call or address at
553 West Fourteentb-st.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A FASHIONABLE
dressmaker, to go out by the day. or tako work homo;
can do all kinds of handwork and embroidery; plain sew
ing neatly done by hand or machine. Please call, or
address. A. P. M. (233) North May-st., up stairs.
SITUATINN WANTED—A LADY DESIRES A
situation as seamstress and dressmaker in soma
private family: catting and fitting a specialty. Call or
address H 74, Thlrd-av., Room 7.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A YOUNG LADY TO
do plain sewing; and will assist in lightbousowork.
Address L. G, 74 Tnird-av., Room 7.
SITUATION WANTED-PERMANENT SEWING IN
a family, or will engage by the day or week: can
furnish a machine; reference given. Address M 70,
Tribune office.
Housekeepers
QITUATION WANTED-BY AN AMERICAN LADY
O as housekeeper, whore her husband can board whoa
at home. In return for her services; references exchang
ed. Please address or call at 379 Milwaukee-av., second
floor.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A YOUNG WIDOW
lady, aa housekeeper, bachelor preferred: no objec
tions to the country. Address 86, Tribane office.
SITUATION WANTED-AS HOUSEKEEPER BY A
middle-aged lady of thorough experience; refer
ences, Address H 74, Tribune emce.
SITUATION WANTED-A PLACE IN THE COUN
try as houskoeper by a competent woman with s
child. Inquire Monday at 61 West Klnzie-«t.
SITUATION WANTED-A WIDOW LADY OP Ex
perience in housekeeping would like such a position
in a gentleman’s family where a servant is kept, and, 11
required, can assist In dressmaking; references ex.
changed. Address A S3. Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-AS HOUSEKEEPER BY A
lady of experience. Call at 278 West Madlson-sL,
Room 17.
SITUATION WANTED-AN UNMARRIED LADY,
under 30, desires a positions* housekeeper in a re.
spectable family. Address A 52, Tribune othco.
SITUATION WANTED-AS HOUSEKEEPER BY A
lady of culture, with an elderly gentleman or widower.
Family of refinement. Address MARY BURTON,
P. 0., Boston, Mass.
SITUATIONS WANTED-BY A LADY AND HER
niece: one as housekeeper, the other as governees, 2a
Kansas. Minnesota, or any other State. Address L 88,
Tribune office.
JJnrso»-
SITUATION WANTED-BY A COMPETENT PBOT
cstant woman, as infant's nurse or housekeeper; good
reference. If required. Address SCOTT, Tribune office,
three days.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG LADY. AS
nure; is well verted in the English and French lan
guages ; also willing to instruct. If necessary. Very sat
isfactory reference given, if required. Address K 45,
Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A MIDDLE AGED
lady, to take care of children. 163 Clark-st., Room 10.
Reference given.
SITUATION WANTED-A LADY WOULD LIKE A
position as norso for the sick or housekeeper; any
thing for s homo. Am willing to leave the city. Address
F 05. Tribune office.
SITUATION WAFTED —BY A THOROUGHLY
competentyoung English woman as nurse in a first
class family. Can take entire charge of an infant or
young children. Would attend on aa invalid lady. No
objection to travel. Good references. Cali for one week
at 156 Thlrd-av.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A LADY’S NURSE.
References fmm the best physicians. Wages mod*
erate. Call or address NURSE, 248 West Mouroe-st.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE
young woman as wet curse. Coll or address SIS Illi
nois-st. Tuesday.
!L nun drosses.
SITUATIONS WANTED-BY TWO FIRST-CLASS
ladles* cloches ironers, in a laundry where steady
work can be obtained. Please address, Monday, B I,
Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-AS WASHING WOMAN,
in two or three private families for every week. Please
addresser call on Mrs. M. O. A.. 119 Wmt Indlana-st.
•Employment Asrencies.
SITUATIONS WANTED-ANY ONE WISHING FOR
female help of any nation: German, Norwegian, or
Swede, for city, country, on vessels, and boats, inquire of
MRS. REISS. £29 Stata-st.
Situations wanted—families in want of
good Scandinavian girls can be supplied by calling oa
Mrs. LUNDGEST, 113 Sedgwick-st.
SITUATIONS WANTED—GIRLS OP ANY NATION
allty always in waiting for places in private families,
hotel*, restaurants, and all respectable places where fe
male help Is required. Wanted—A rood Scandinavian gir
for secoud-wcrk at Riverside, at 12d West Monroe-st.
SITUATIONS WANTED-OWING TO THE F.AB
nost solicitation of my many patrons, I have concluded
to reopen my office. Parties wiantng first-class help for
city or country will be supplied on short notice at Mrs.
HAMILTON’S. 46tJouth Unlon-st.
SITUATIONS WANTED—FAMILIES IN WANT OF
good help of all kinds can be promptly supplied at
MBS. THOMPSON’S office, 297Siau-tt.
SITUATIONS WANTED-FAMILIES IN WANT OF
rood Scandinavian and Gorman help can be supplied
at MRS. DUdKE’S office, feOMilwaukee-av.
MisbeUanoona-
SITUATION WANTED-AS SALES LADY, BY A
yoaozlady with throe yean* experience: speaks En
glish and German. Con give the best of reference*. Ad
dress D, 22 South Peorla-st,
SITUATION WANTED-BY AN INTELLIGENT
young lady, in anotfice, where the can make herself
useful at copying, correspondence, or any office work;
will work for small aalarv if situation is permanent.
Address H 80, Tribune office.
QITUATION WANTED-BY AN ELDERLY Lasy7
Oto taka the entire charge of a child. Adresa Al,
Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG LADY AS
saleswoman in som<- dry good* or fancy itore; ha* had
good experience; con furnish good reference. Address
D 81, TnLuno office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG LADY. AS
saleswoman or cashier. Highest Of referenda*. Ad*
dxeas U U, Xzibue office*
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