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WANTED—MCALE HELP. lookkeeDen* Clerks* &c« a* TVANTED—A THOROUGH AND EXPERIENCED VV salesman In a retail clothing house In a city of 15.000 In thisatatc; none but those competent tv fill such a position need apply. SILVERMAN,LINDAUKU & CO., 114 and 116 Wabash-av. WANTED AN* EXPERIENCED GROCERT clerk. Must be a good sign-writer. Address H 72. Tribune ofllce. TXT ANTED— A GOOD TENOR; HIGH. REFINED > V concert party; tine chance. See musical. ANTED-A EOT ABOUT 15 YEARS OF AGE TO learn the retail drug business. Address, with references, 1176, Tribune oihcc. VI; ANTED—AN EXPERIENCED CLOAK SALES- V V man or saleslady. State experience, and address W 11, Tribune office. VU ANTED—A GOOD SALESMAN FOR FURNI \V turc and general household goods, atL GOLD STEIN’S, 174 East Randolph-n. \\7 ANT ED—AN ENERGETIC SALESMAN TO V V solicit orders for custom-made shirts <bcst In the world); also, one for linen collars and cuffs. LONE fc-TAU SHIRT COMPANY, 193 Dearborn-st. WASTED-BOY AS CLERK IN A REAL ESTATE V V office, one who resides with his parents and can furnish best of references. Adorcss giving ago and references W 3J. Tribune office. • WANTED- AN kXPERIKNCED DRUG CLERK Apply in person toL. 1L WEHMEU, Milwaukee. Wls. ; TVANTED—A YOUNG UNMARRIED MAN; MUST VV be a gojd writer and have a knowledge of book keeping. Address H 41, Tribune office. TVANTED—a first-class salesman, one \V acquainted with Jcwelrv business preferred. Ap ply between II and 1 Sunday at M. KRONBEKG’S, 107 State-fit. Call at store. Trades* TV ANTED-A PRACTICAL SUINGLE-SAWTEB \V that can keep shingle saws in order and runs band-feed one saw (Evans’ patent) shlnglc-machlne. Si;*ady employment. Apply to WILLIAMS & CO., Lumber Manufacturer*. Memphis. Tcnn- TVANTED—FOUR FIRST-CLASS CABINET-MAK VV ere Monday morning. F. R. WOLFISGEK, cor ner Randolph and Ann-sts. WANTED— TAILOI IS ON REPAIRING. CALL for three days at 36j Sooth Clark-at. TVANTED—IO FIRST-CLASS CUSTOM COAT AND VV pant makers at OGDEN, ABLE WHITE & CO.’S, corner Archcr-av. and Twenty-second-st. Inquire for Mr. Itoberg, the foreman. TVANTED —I CARPENTERS AND 2 LABORERS VV at 27 Wallace-fit. THOMAS MORSE. TVANTED-A BLACKSMITH AT SCOTT’S BEL *t . ;>'«•» ioi,«ann-«c.cor. Twenty-second. \T/ ANTED A GOOD PLASTERER TO LATH VV and plaster a.new cottage. Apply to HALL & B.vRTOS, H»» Wasnlngton-sL, Room 34. Wanted- an active, intelligent boy who has had experience as a compositor. In a first cls*s printing-office. Address il 92. 'lTlbune office. \\7ANfEZwOCAUPENTEUS, AT 214 EAST MON \ i roe-*u T\7ANTED—BOOT AND"SHOE FOREMAN EXPE tt ricnced with prison laoor. J. PRATT & CO. northwest corner Madison and Franklin-fits. •\X7ANTED-PRACTICAL markers and cut l| ters. Apply at SIMON. STRAUSS * CO.’S, comer Franklin ana Monroe** j. •' TITANTKD-AN EXPERIENCED CLOAK CUTTER. \f Apply at BOTCH KIN. PALMEK&CO.’S, 137 and isoStaie-st. . W 7 AXTED—A STEItEOTTPER.INQUIRE TO v v day or Monday at Room 37. 125 Clark-at. T\7 ANT ED—3~FIUST-CLASS CABINET MAKERS: tt a winter's Job. Apply to SEN YARD & VAUGHN, comer Congress and Fraukllo-sts. \l7 ANTED—UPHOLSTERERS, 3 OR 4 PARLOR tt workers, Mondav morning. No union men need apply. GANNON A McGRATH. 113, 115, and 117 West Van Buren-su VIT ANTED—SIX MEN TO BUN WOOD-WORKING tt machinery; one man to run scroll-saw and five cabinet makers. CLARK BROTHERS & CO., Robey at,, near Blue lsland-av. ' T\T ANTED-A FIRST-CLASS BURNISHER AND II rouge buffer: nest of references reuuired. Ad dress, stating lowest salary. Excelsior Plating Works. J. IL WKNDOVEK & CO., proprietors, 314 North 'Thlni-st. St. Louis. Mo. . \\7 ANTED—I 2 GOOD SEWER HANDS AND 3 TT drain layers; steady work to Jan. I: wages from 52 to S 3 per day. Inquire of W. M. DEE, 22 Cast Qalncy-su, Sunday 4 p. m.. Nov. 17. WAKTED-TWO GOOD HORSESHOERS AT 187 Jackson-su TT7 ANT ED-GOOD COOPERS ON TIGHT WORK; TV 52.50 per day and steady work. Chicago Packing & Provision Company, Union Stock-Yards. *W ANTED-A BLACKSMITH HELPER AT NO. 793 I V West Lake-su TITANTED-A GOOD BLACKSMITH-HELPER. Tt One that understands a little to work on fence. None but a good one. Apply Monday, at 715 Wabash-av. Coachmen* Teamsters* Ac* WANTED-FOUR MEN TO DRIVE TEAMS, 701 Archer-av. WANTED-STEADI MAN THAT UNDERSTANDS the care of horses. 84 North LaSallc-sr. Wanted— stout boy to drive team? one handy with tools preferred; salary $3 per week. Address K 9, Tribune office. £mplo: tent Agencies. WANTED— 200 RAILROAD LABORERS FOR Southern Iowa; free fare: winter’s work; 200 for pineries, coal-miners, farmers, city work, etc.. CHRISTIAN & CO., 268 Sonth Water-su TS7ANTED-100 LABORERS FOR SOUTHERN IV lows. SO fbr Illinois, 25 masons, 5 farm-bands: free fare: at J. H. SPEKBECK’S, 21 West Randolph-st. WANTED— 200 RAILROAD LABORERS FOR 11 Southern lowa, free fare; wlnter’3 work; 200 for pineries, coal-miners, farmers, city work, etc. CHRIS TIAN 4s CO.. 268 South Water-su \\J ANTED—FOR SOUTHERN IOWA—3OO MOKE «t railroad laborers at $1.25 to $1.50 per day; 20 stone-masons at $2.25 per day; free fare: 300 for levee work South: 50 for pineries, and 50 for city wort Apply at 68 South Canal-tt. W. IL McHUGIi 4 CO. miscellaneous. TITANTED—AN KNEUCKTIC BUSINESS-MAN IM »> mediately to take general agency of this coumv or State for the Climax Clothes-Wrlnger. The terri tory U cntVely new—not a single wringer baring yet been sent. Tc a responsible, capable parry a large mar gin will be given. The wringer Is a recent Invention, and clearly takes the lead of ail other machines, both In price, convenience, and durability. The retail price la so low—only si—that everyone can afford to have It. It Is warranted not to get out of repair, and It cannot rub off buttons like the rubber machines; neither does hut water affect It. New England and Middle States already taken. Asa Farr. General Agent, 130 Cham ber-su, N. Y. cleared $173 In one week. Other wringers cost $5. Let every man In want of a business Bit down at once and send (stamp) for circulars and the Agents* Advocate. The first canvasser ever started— omy three weeks ago—sold wringers in five da vs. Act promptly. W.IL THOMPSON £ CO., 128 Wash lagtoa-at. \\T ANTED—MEN TO TAKE AGENTS* GUIDE; soo firms describe 10,000 articles; four months JAMES P. SCOTT, 60 Dearborn-sc. VI 7ANTED—I HAVE ADVANCED MONET ON « • tome 1. O. O. F. records, and wilt dispose of them ▼cry cheap. An energetic camxasser can make S2OO In cldc of 30 days. J. B. BHEESE, 120 Lake-tu free. ■ITTANTED—A TRAVELING SALESMAN THOR >V oaphly acquainted with the provision business, and who has an acquaintance and trade In the West and Southwest. Address F 90, Tribune office. WANTED-A RELIABLE MAN TO SOLICIT COAL orders: one acquainted with the business pre ferred. Address H 47. Tribune office. W ANTED—PRACTICAL SEWING-MACHINE MEN i» of experience, capable of rnnnlng branch offices In the country: must give name and address to secure Interview. Address H 44, Tribune office. TTTANTED—A^TRAVELER*TO SELL” GUNS AND « v ;pifctol? for an Eastern house: one who could com mand a good article to sell from first hands in connec tion preferred. State full particulars. Address TRAV ELER, Tribune office. XX7ANTED—A STEADY YOUNG MAN TO CARE ii for a horse and cow and make himself generally useful. Apply at 317 btate-st. XXTANTED-A SALESMAN OF ABILITY AND v » experience with country connections to represent • staple line of goods on percentage of profits. Ad dress with references. stating present engagements, etc.. H 9b. Tribune office. X\7 ANTED—AGENTS TO CANVASS CHICAGO ON v v commission for an established business; none out gentlemen of good address and experience need an ply. Call at 6 McCormick Block. \\7 ANTED-AGENT TO REPRESENT WALKER & TV Co.. New York City, In the sale of Walker's jmulslou of cod-ilvcr oil; a physician and one acquaint ed with the drug trade preferred. H 53, Tribune. XX 7 ANTED—A BOY IN CROCKERY ‘ STORE. AT V\ L. THIKOENS, 3 <A West Madboa-su WANTED— ERRAND BOYS. 13 TO 15 TEARS OF age. Address, in own handwriting, Wj. Tribune suice. WANTED-A SMART BOY TO WORK IN OFFICE; one accustomed to figures; must live with oa own handwriting, with reference, u 30, Tribune office. WANTED - SIXTEEN MORE SOLICITOUS, either male or female: S2OO clear can be made J f o, *• * or full paraculars Inquire of MU. MOUKK. with Vt m. W. Kelly A Co.. 190 Randolph. WANTED-A RELIABLE MANTmBCHANIC PKE ferred) on fair salary to employ time and Invest small capital. Address H 9, Tribune office. TI7ANTLD-A SALESMAN TRAVELING IN THE ' » country to sell for us on liberal commissions; goods staple and In demand. Mnstbeaule to produce lavoraUe references as to capacity and energy. Apply to Marlell s Maurg Co., 126 Mlehlgan-st., cor.LaSklie. WANTED-SALESMEN FOR IMPROVED DOUBLE ' ' DC'dlo »lu>climeiitU) scwlap-macblnes, Sews s.ugle or double scam, easily attached, simple to oper ate, no get put of order, beautiful stitch, straight Siam*, double work, and stronger. 133 Madlson-su, l*ooai it. atate agents wanted. W AG*£STS TO SELL THE BEST tbe world. Call at Perpetual wick Co.. 96 Dearborn-st., between 10 and 12. \V A 2lFir‘S L f' SITUATIONS, OB • , w,nt helo t to advertise la the Three lines three day* for 10 ihe Telegraph readies 3u,(xxi readers who s cluitm or never look into the other morning papers. \V A :M. KU ,r A v °ung mas who'can make * generally useful about the house; stran ger preiurred. Call ai 878 Wabash-ar. W A .? T EP.-- S L STI!oxg BOW with some expe ond-st.tCllCe 1:11116 “untntT business. 145 Tweatr-.ee- \V J^Z. FI # RST * CLASS H OU SCRAPERS. AT Rri *s«ady work. Chicago Packing ana PfcYia-jn Company. Union Stock-Yards. W GOOD MAN FOR EVERT STATE ssa “mj d ; '“*« oommlmoaa. A WANTED—FIitST-CLASS GROCERY, DRUG OR I?A m f 7 trav eilng men. to caU at 85 Madison-st.. A\' ™«' -"i EXrOBTISG, PKOvisiosT * * and breadstuff* firm, a successful trarcllnsgalt*. zu an posK'SdiuK * couple thousand or so ca*b ami hiirh csi bu*meterejereacea,to represent them Inßraii! Ad- UTilicn.duan extensive trade In most European coun tr.es, and Hiil offer a splendid opening to a thoroughly wideawake butineaa gentleman; one speaking I’ortu gu»-ae ierred. Tribune oace. Y^ANTEb-* ,''A.MfcU-A VOU-x'li jJA.K e''<iL otiv.ii. htJ K M on » newspaper: cuojpty and* steady Job. AA dress K 32, J ribuce oClcc. J J a "ANTED—CULOKti) DOT TO ACT AS POKTEK. *i Hareriy House, 63 WeatiAfce-at. TV A iVTJE D— ITIAIj E lICLP* miscellaneous— I Continued* WANTED-MEN TO SELL SOME tides, stationery. notions. etc., at low prices. AMERICAN .NOVELTY CO.. lßofeiate-st. WANTED— COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS WHO can take a “side Issue” on commission to ad dress H 37. Tribune office. TVAA'TED—FE JtX LE KELP* Domestics* TxrANTED— A GOOD COOK TO GO TO LAKE W View; good wages. Address K 48. Tribune. YVANTKD—MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN TODO THE \V wort for three In family;, ouc who wouldapprc elate home; wages. $2. 1176 Uabash-av. NTTANTED-A GIRL FOR GENERAL”HOUSEWORK VV in small family, at ICI Thlrty-iifih-st. German or Norwegian preferred. ■_ __ W 7 ANTED-AT 337 WEST TATLOR-ST., A GOOD VV girl for general housework. ■ IVANTLD-A YOUNG GIRL, 12 OR 13, TO AS VV gist in housework, at 233 Wood-tit. Wanted—in a private family, ak, hx- W ncrlenced girl as cook and laundress eras cham bermaid and laundress; >wcde or German preferred. Apply Monday, with references, at 470 Washitigtun-st. f 17ANTKD—A GOOD RELIABLE GIRL AS COOK VV and laundress, at 543 West Monroe-st. Refer ence required. ■ WANTED-A &TRONG GERMAN GIRL TO DO VV general housework. Call at No. 51 East Harri son-st., Monday. Wanted— a competent girl to do gen cral housework; one willing to go into country. Call at 220 East Klnzle-st-, Tuesday morning at a o’clock. * TVANTED-GOOD SAMARITAN SOCIETY, 173 VV East Randolph-sl. Board, §2 or 52.50 a week, and employment for girls and women. TVANTED—A THOROUGHLY COMPETENT GIRL VV for general housework at 510 South Park-av. German preferred. - . WANTED-GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK AT 268 WEST VV Twclfih-st.; Irish preferred. Call Monday. \V ANTED-A GIRL FOR GENERALHOUSEWORK VV la a small family; wages $2 per week. Call at the grocery 82 West Thlrtccuth-st. WANTED— A NEAT GIRL TO DO GENERAL housework in a family of three, 611 Falton-su, down-stairs. ■ WANTED-OERMAN OR DANISH GIRL FOR VV general work In a small family. 216 Twenty* ninth-fit. * WANTED-AT 765 WEST JACKSON-ST., A COM VV petent girl for general housework. WANTED—A GOOD GERMAN, SWEDE, OR VV Norwegian girl for general housework. Call at 226 Soutn Green-si. after 9 o’clock. _ \\7ANTED—FROM DEC. 1. A GOOD. STRONG V? girl to do general housework. Good wages and pleasant home, with every convenience, to one well recuqimended. MRS. G. SMITH. Wcllington-av.. west of dummy road. Lake View, two blocks from street-cars.. WANTED-A GOOD GERMAN GIRL FOR GEN »v eral housework. Small family. Apply at 105 Calumet-ar. \\t ANTED-A GERMAN OR NORWEGIAN GIRL II at2isSouthPaulina-st, WANTED-AT 188 VINCENNES-AY.—A GIRL for general housework. - WANTED-TWO GIRLS-ONE FOR GENERAL work and one for nursery. Address, with refer ences, Box not. Evanston, ill, . \I7AS FED—A 'RESPECTABLE MIDDLE-AGED tt woman to do housework for man nod wife; low wages; references req uircd- Address U 55. Tribune. UTANTED-S WEDE~OR NORWEGIAN GIRL TO do general housework in a private family of three. Apply at 52 Loom U-st. \T7ANTED—GIRL TO DO KITCHEN WORK, AT II 112 south Park-av. \\7ANTEb-GlltL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK tt in a small family. Apply at once at 641 West Congrcss-st. WANTED—A GOOD EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR t t general housework in small family. 34b Cola znct-av. WANTED— GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK; family small. Call to-day at 311 Lmcoln-av WANTED— GOOD COOK, WASHER, AND IRON cr. with reference, at 213 ohlo-st. WANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK: must be first-class cook and laundress, with good city references; good pay. 153 South ttobey-sc. GIKL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWOItU: tt Sweoe, Norwegian, or German preferred; moat be a good cook and bring good references. 945 West Monroe-st.; call .Monday. WANTED-A RELIABLE AND COMPETENT TV glrlior general housework, to go 40 miles In the country; dellgntfu! place. H 7. Trluune office. WANTED-A GOOD GIRL AT 4202 LANGLEY av., comer Forty-secoad-st., only two in family. WANTED-A NEAT, ORDERLY GIRL, 10 TO IS years old. to assist in general housework. inquire at 395 Dayton-31.. Monday morning. W’ ANTED —THOROUGHLY COMPETENT GIRL to do general housework; must be a good cook and laundress, with best of references; family of three. Apply at No. 270 East Erie-su 11/ ANTED-A GIRLFORGENERAL HOUSEWORK tt in a small family. Apply Monday at 250 Calu met-av. wANTED a SWEDE OR GERMAN GIRL, AGED VI about 13 yean, for nurse. Apply at No. 480 Lake Park-av. T\7ANTED-A GOOD GIRL TO DO SECOND W'ORK II and lake care of children; references required. Call at No. libO VVabash-ay. W' ANTED A GOOD GIRL TO DO GENERAL housework at 13d South Morgon-si. \T7ANTED A GOOD GERMAN GIRL TO DO IV washing, ironing, and cooking. Call at 91 Twen ty-first-su, near Imuana-av. WASTED-A STRONG, HEALTHY WOMAN FOR i> general housework; must be willing and compe tent; references reouired. Apply Monday at 50 Rusn-st. WANTED -AT 484 .SOUTH CLARK-ST., UP -11 stairs, a girl for general housework. . WANTED-A COMPETENT GERMAN OR SWEDE girl to do general housework la a small family. Apply Monday at 104 Aberdeea-st. WANTED-A COMPETENT GIRL FOR SECOND T * work and to take care of children. Apply at I£!6 Pralrte-ar., with good references. UfASTED-A GIRL OF EXPERIENCE. WITH V> reference, tocook, wash, andiron, at 155 South Saugamon-at. WaNTED-A COMPETENT GIRL TO DO GEN . era! housework. Call at43Plerce-st. nTANTED-A GIKL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE vf work In family of two and child; take Cottage Grovc-av. cars. Cali Monday at 43 University-place. WANTED— A WOMAN WITH~TWO GIRLS. *v demanding cooking and waiting on table, can find a splendid opportunity to engage In dining-room business by applying to B. MAUZT, i2o South Ualsted. WAN TED-^GEIlMAN GIRL TO DO GENERAL housework. Apply at 157 South Green-st. Wr ANTED—A GOOD COOK. LAUNDRESS. AND » t girl for general housework, for a boardiug-house. 7 Norm Clark-st. WANTED— A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE workat H33Pralrie*ar. Scandinavian preferred. WANTED-A COMPETENT GIRL r’OB GENERAL housework; a good washer and Ironer. References required. Wages $3 per week. German or Swede pre ferred. 378 Vernon-av.. corner Tblrty-fonnh-st. TXT ANTED—CHAMBERMAID AND SECOND GIRL *V ■ In kitchen for South Chicago Hotel. Call at Irving House. 330 Washlngum-st.. Monday morning. XX7ANTED—TWO GIRLS, ONE AS COOK AND *v the other as second girl, at Temperance Coflee- House. 03 WestMadlsbn-st. WANTED-A' GOOD KITCHEN GIRL AT THE Briggs House, at once. TXT"ANTED—A YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST IN GEN »» eral noosework. Inquire at 1693 Dcarbora-su WANTED-A GIHL~i2 OR 14 TO help In kitchen at 137 North Halsted-st. XXTANTED—A GOOD'COOK, ALSO NURSE GIRL; VV both must hare references; German or Norwe gian. Apply to day at3C7 West Washlngum-st. XX? ANTED—A GERMAN OR SWEDE GIRL: MUST if understand English and housework- Apply at 406 WestMonroc-st. WANTED-AT NO. 9 BEAURIVAGK, MICFIIGAN av., corner Van Buren, a second girl and a nunc girl: references required; German or Norwegian pre zerred. WANTED— AFIRST-CLASS COOK AT 365 EAST Xndlaaa-st, Call Monday. WANTED-^ a””COMPETK'nt”gIKL FOR HOUSE work m a family of two. To one desiring a com fortable home special Inducements. Come prepared to stay at once at 37’J Uubbard-st.. near Noble. - WANTED-GERMAN GIRL; SMALL FAMILY. 738 Weal Superior-st. XX7ANTED—A* GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE >V work who can cook nicely. Apply at 5U Wa bash-ar. WANTD-A GIRL TO ASSIST IN KITCHEN. Ap ply at Waverly House. 63 West Lake-at. WASTED-A GOOD~GERSIAN _ Oil SWEDISH girl to do general housework: must have good references: to such a one will be given a good home. Call at 547 Calumct-ar. ■ Seamstresses# WANTED-rAN LXTr.i;f SOWING MACHINE operator; one competent to do fancy stitching free handed: samples of work required; highest wages Said- Apply up stairs, third iloor. CLEMENT & AVER. 410 to 424 Mllwaukee-av. \T 7* ANTED—A DRESSMAKER TO WORK BY THE > > day In a private family on the South Side; terms. Si.so per day. Address, giving references, Fn. Trib une office. \\7 ANTED—SO EXPERIENCED CLOAK AND CIB • *1 cular makers with or without machine: callearlv J. HERZOG. 242 East Madliou-si. 7 WANTED-3 MACHINE GIRLS: 3 GIRIS BY hand on coats. Inquire Sunday and Monday. 823 Mliwaukee-av. J WANTED-3 GIRLS TO DO HAND-SEWING; at9o2 Sute-?t nCed ° f a home preXezTCd - C«U «t once WASTED— GIRLS FOR BASTING AND PLAIN pressing; also girls with their own sewing- for making alpaca coats, at 227 West In- w asted-a number of first-class cloak ” maters. MRS. J. DDFF. 240 West iladlson-st. W ANTED EXPERIENCED* * CLOAKmXkeRS W A^’7f w „ UA^;i ad ™ « a^ft . s G V£KALLS WASTED-AX APPRENTICE GIRL AT DRESS » f making; one who can sew. 765 Mlcblgan-ar. *II7ANTED—IO FIRST-CLASS ALPACA COAT -Ll* ma *‘ ers; muat furnish own sewing-machines: also 2 pressers. IGS West Indlana-st. * TOUKG GIRL TO SEW ASD TAKE ->^ hfWrcD V Appljr 011 Monday, wltn ref* crenccs, at_.2lwcnty*fottnh-Bi. MaS.i b ,%T4?ilr^ r J,laiUlrr - STJ£LN - lia ff “* W^V l Ji.fe f v OCi: GOOD ci:e SSUAKERS. 733 W A ISS7 TE . N L EXPERIEJICED OJRLS FOB * _ t-Uonae. Also a man accustomed 10 nrenarfaff fla eshop work. Apply Monday at 1J77 near Xweatynfth and state. In the e * t *’ THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE; SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 17. 1878— SIXTEEN PAGES. TVAIVTJED—FEMALE HELP* Nurses* WANTED-NUBSK GIRL FROM 14 TO 18 TEARS of age. Call Monday at 437 Warrea-av. TTT ANTED—A NURSE-GIRL TO TAKE CARE OF VV one child 2 years old. References required. Call at 420 West Waahlngton-st. WANTED-NURSE-G'IRL AT 34 ALUINE-. square; German preferred. £ TT/ ANTED—NURSE GIRL,* 14 TEARS OLD, OR- W phau preferred, for suburbs. Give price and age. Address F Su, Tribune oHlcc._ WANTRD-AT G3B WEST WASHINGTON-ST., A girl of 16 years take charge of an infant. \TrASfEb-NDRSE. A HALF-GROWNGiUL.*wiTH VV reference. Apply at H 25 Pralrle-av. WANTED-a'NURSE GIRL, IMMEDIATELY. AT 1244 Mtchlgau-av.. north of Thlrty-third-si, WANTED—A GOOD NURSE GIRL; ONE WHO CAN V V come well recommended; none other need apply. Call at 37 Aldine Square. TV ANTED-A GIRL VITU GOOD REFERENCES VV to take care of children and do plain sewing. Apply at 1214 Pralrle-av. . Vt J. ANTED —A NURS E- GIRL 13 OR 14 TEARS OF VV age to take care of a baby. Applyap 777 >vcst Washlngtou-st. TV ANTED-A YOUNG GIRL TO TAKE CARE OF VV a baby during the_ day. Apply at 13 South Ada. NURSE-GIRL 13 TO 16 YEARS OLD. VV Apply to-day at 448 West Van Burcn-st., with references. W ANTED-A GOOD, CAREFUL NURSE-GIRL TO help lake care of a young baby. Apply at 21 St. John’s-place. ___ W ANTED-A YOUNG GIltL TO AMUSE A CHILD from 8 a. in. to 4 p. in., at 262 Ohio-fit. TV ANTED-A RESPECTABLE NURSE GIRL. AT- V V ply at 417 West Jackson-st. ANTED - A NURSE TO TAKE CARE OF children at U 36 West Monroe-st. WANTED—NURSE GIRL WHO CAN DOPLAIN VV sewing; wages 51.50. 540 West Washlngton-at. Laundresses* WANTED-AT SiNCLAR’S LAUNDRY, 045 WA hash-av., corner Twenty-llrst-st., flrst-clasfi shirt-ironcre. collar-ironcrs, stnrcher, washer, and girl tu attend washing-machines. Call Monday. miscellaneous. TVANTED—A YOUNG GIRL. MUST BE GOOD- V V looking, to act os cashier and tend cigar-stand In a barber-guoo. Apply Monday morning at No. 102J4 East Van Burco-su 117 ANTED-A GIUL Til AT UNDERSTANDS MUSIC * I and to o*6lst In light housework. 725 West Mon roe-at. WANTED-A GIRL ABOUT 13 YEARS OLD in a small family to make It her home. Address Mrs. JAMES UARRX&, Oak Park. T\7 ANTED - A LADY WHO THOROUGHLY I V 'understands pattern cutting and cloak fitting,and also can act In the capacity of saleslady. Statu what ex perience you have had in cloak fitting. H 11, Trtoune. TiTaNTED—GENTEEL YOUNG LADY‘TO LEARN Vv souganddance: must have good voice; Instruc tions free to ibe rlght Address K 22, Trtoune. \\rTNTED-~LADIES ToTtUDY FOR THESTAGE IV with an actor of 3 ; » years* experience} terms moderate. Frol. WM. MoFAIiLAND, 213 West Madi son-st., corner of Green, Room 12. WANTED— LADIES TO CROCHET ON NET hoods and coats at tnclr own homes: new patterns that will pay you. Apply at 137 South Hoyne-su \\7 ANTED-FEMALE CANVASSERS FOR THE Tt Illustrated Christian Weekly. Apply to GEO- W. SHARP. Rooms 7 and S McCormick Block, Dearborn and Kandolph-sts. ~ \\T ANTED—50 CROCHETERS ON HOODS AND tt Jackets; steady work. H 7 East Twenty-second. SITUATIONS WASTED-MALE. Bookkeepers! Clerks, Ac* SITUATION WANTED-A YOUNG MAN OF 23, SON of agricultural cake. seed, and corn merchant, En gland, and who has had four year) in a Liverpool cilice, has traveled in corn, and Is thoroughly conversant with bookkeeping, collecting, etc., wl bes a situation In shipping or mcrcnunCs office. J. W. BARWElL,Gen eral Post-Office. Chicago. • SITUATION WANTED—BY A COMPETENT Busi ness man and accountant of long experience In this and other cities, as manager, assistant, or bookkeeper, in a legitimate business. Can furnish :he best of ref erences as to character and capability. Call, or address, C. V. FRANKLIN. Room 9 Union Bank Building. SITUATION WANTED-BY ADRUG-CLE.iK HAV o Ing five years* first-class experience. Address F 34, Tribune office. SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN EX* O nerlenced In hardware, drugs, groceries, and con fectionery; no bad habits: be?t of city references; wages no object. Address F It), Tribune office. SITUATION WANTED—AM FAMILIAR WITH general office work, management of credits and collections: number of Tears with an old-estab lished firm in this city; experienced bookkeeper, sales man. collector, corrcsdondcnt; best of credentials as to character and business qualifications. F 6. Tribune. SITUATION WANTED-I WILL GIVE S'.O TO ANY one who will procure for me a situation at a mod erate salary where « years* experience In general office work can be made available. F 21, Tribune office. SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG ATTORNEY Inalaw office or elsewhere: speaks German: best references as to character and ability. Fl 7, Tribune. SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN OF 3 O yean’ experience In the drug business: city or country; speaks German. Address 1188, Tribune. SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN OF SO, where his capacity will be appreciated; good salesman and accountant; speaks six languages; hard worker; means business, and asks for a trial; refer ences. Address H 57, Tribune office. SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN WITH O lo years’ experience In the drug business; country preferred. Address K 10, Trtoune office. QITUATION WANTHD-BY A- YOUNG MAS 24 O rears of age with some reliable Arm; wanes low, and beat of reference given. Address W 33, Tribune. SITUATION WANTED-AS ASSISTANT ItOOK kceoer. salesman, traveling agent, or any honora ble position, by a young married man of good habits, and one that can give unexceptionable references as regards character and ability, and who Is willing to work hard for the Interests ot his employers. Address H 34, Tribune office. QITUATION WANTED—A THOROUGHLY FIRST- O class bookkeeper, correspondent, and general busi ness manager seeks any position where bis services could be made available: can furnish the very best of references, or security to any amount. Address H 22. Tribune olllce. SITUATION WANTED-AN OUTSIDE POSITION by a thorough business man, who has been connect ed with some of the largest mercantile houses In the United States for the past eighteen years. Address H 23. Tribune office. SITUATION WANTED-AS BOOKKEEPER, SALES roan. or entry clerk; ten years* experience; best of references. Address K IG, Tribune office QITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN AS O clerk; can furnish beat of references. Address U W, 121 Winches ter-av. ' SITUATION WANTED—BY A YOUNG MAN -WHO Is a thorough and experienced bookkeeper: A l references. H 95. Tribune, office. SITUATION. WANTED—BY AN EXPERIENCED business correspondent, who is an expert on tue type writer. a position that will occupy a portion of his time each day until Jan. 1; can supply Instrument. Address W as, Tribune office. Trades* SITUATION WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS CHP.OMO and lithographic artist will be at liberty In Decem ber to accept engagement. For terms anc specimens, address, with real name. CHKOMO, Philadelphia office New York Herald. SITUATION WANTED-AS FOREMAN IN FURNI lure manufactory by man who understands draw- Ing and Is first-claas mechanic. Address U 46, Tribune. SITUATION WANTED-BY A FIRST-CLASS PA pcr-rulcr: have hod several yrtrs’ experience, and first-class references. Address, for 0 days, F 9, Trib une office. SITUATION’ WANTED-AS FIREMAN, PORTER, or watchman by a young man strictly temperate; best of references. U 54, Tribune office. SITUATION WANTED-1N WHOLESALE CLOTH- Ing bouse, by a foreman cutter of 15 years* experi ence: can furnish best of references. Address K 14, Tribune office. Coachmen, Xeamsters, CITUATION WANTED—BY A SWEDE AS COACH- O man la a private family; Is sober and faithful; un derstands his business; well posted; good reference. *H 48, Tribune office. CITUATION WANTED-BY A COMPETENT MAN O as hostler or driving coal-wagon. • Call or address O J, 993 State-st. CITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN O fSwedc) !u a private family as coachman and to do general work about the place. Best of reference given. Address II 38, Tribune office. CITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN AS O coachman. Thoroughly understands the care of horses and carnages; can milk- First-class reference. Address W 10, Trtoune office. CITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN AS kj coachman; understands the business perfectly; will make himself generally useful: no objection to hard work. Address 1112, Tribune office. SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN (EN gllsh) as coachman, or anything In the line of work: has A No. 1 reference. Address H 2, Tribune office. CITUATION WaNTED-AS COACHMAN* BY A O young man who thoroughly understands the care of horses and carriages. Also can milk, take care of furnace, and Is willing to make himself useful, can bring the best of city references as to habits and anility, K 100, Tribune office. miscellaneous CITUATION WANTr.D—DOUBTLESS MANY SOLID O and worthy Cnns have failed and closed out slmnly for the want of a proper. Judicious, and economical system of advertising; a thoroughly competent and experienced man will engage with a responsible house to conduct advertising In every detail at a reasonable salary; 1 have no connection with swindling adver tising concerns with “lists of thousands of papers," but will make large returns for any one who desires mv services. Address 11 1, Tribune office. 3 CITUATION WANTED-BY AN HONEST YOUNG man In a law office; best of city reference given* 1 am 22 years of age. Address JOHN CULLUN. care O. M. Hanson &, Co., 104 W ella-sc. SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN TO DO ky most anything: has traveled a great deal through out the Last and West, and can give Urn-class city ref efences. Address lids, Tribune office. CITUATION WANTED-IN A PRIVATE FAMILY O by a colored man who understands gcnerpl house work and Is willing to make himself generally useful* good reference from last employees. II 87. Tribune CITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN AS O bartender. Speaks German. French, and English. Have had experience the last eight years at theflneac hotels In the East. Highly recommended. Can rive security If required.- Address H 24. Tribune office.^ OITUAjioN WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN OF O strictly temperate habits and Integrity to work as a porter In private family, or doctor’s or lawyers office in restaurant, or store, and be generally useful, fir aUb bet of references. Adarcs. w 33, Tribune n;n“. CITUATION WANTED-BY A COMPETENT GIRL do general boiaeworb. Apply at 547 Wabub“v CITUATIONS WANTED—BY ~A GOOD COOK O WMber. unci .roacr: also second plrl. to lire to gether or separate. call Monday and Tncadar at toS Dearbnra-.t., nonb of Twenty-iccood. * 1 lU *' J S'^^Sol^Si^d^S^Sg^-S: CITCATION WANTED—BY" AYOUNG MAN WITH ImmSm.'i™. 1 ';' 1 a u J e of ‘“raolM to un SsSwa T&oaSe?.". b “* 01 SITUATIONS WAirrEBJffiKSS .Domestics* ■ QITUATION WANTED-1N A SMALL PRIVATE O family by a Danish girl; vicinity of Oakland nre ferred. call at 18 Evans-av. . SITUATION WANTED-BY A GOOD OEUMAS. O girl as cook or genera: housework. Please call lor two days at 155 East Indlaaa-st. _ h Situation "wantkd-by a competent inior- O estant woman fur any Kind of wor£ in a family, ■"city or country,. 152 \\ cat Pulk-sc. QITUATION WANTED—BY A GERMAN GILL, O second work: Is a good plain sewen can be seen and recommended at her lost nlace. 536 West Monroe-st. QITUATIONS W ASTED-UY TWO FIRST-CLASS O Norwegian girls to do general housework, both in the same place. Call at 48 West Ohlo-su. second Uoor. QITUATION WANTED-BY A FIRST-CLASS COOK k> or In first-class private fatally. Apply through P.-<». Box BJI. Evaaston, HI., till Dec. 1. QITUATION’ WANTED-BY A COMPETENT GIIIL O In u small family; understands cooking In all its brandies; has lived In her last place seven years, in uulre at 37 Boston-av. QITCXtIoS WANTED—BY a YOUNG GIRL TO O do second work or take care of children. Call at )6L» bouth Park-av. QITUATION WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE GIRL O to da second work and sewing; good reference*. Call or address3Go West Flfteeath-sc.; can be teen three days. . QITUATION WANTED-BY GOOD GERMAN GIRL O for housework. 3-0 West Culcajo-av. QITUATION WANTED—BE A COMPETENT NOR- O man girl to do second work and plain sowing: can give good city reference. Please call Monday and i ues dsy at 221 Clark-st. QITUATION WANTED-BV A GOOD, CAPABLE O girl,“as cook or general servant. Coll at 162 bouth DcsplaincViit., basement. QITUATION ~ WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE ’O girl to cook, wash, and Iron, or do general house work In private fatuily. Call two days at 3G4 i* orty second-st. QITUATION WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE O girl to do general housework, or second work and take care of children. Call at II bangcr-st., near Archcr-av. QITUATION WANTED-BY A CAPABLE GIRL TO O do second work In first-class private family. Best of references given. Apply at 206 Thlrd-av. QITUATIONS WANTED-BY TWO COMPETENT O girls who thoroughly understand their business, nre neat and economical, as cook and second girl, to gether or separate. References from best families In city. Call Monday at 361 Thirticth-at. QITUATION WANTED—FOR GENERAL HOUBE- O work oy a superior German Protestant girl In a nice small family. 115 Tweatlcth-st. QITUATION WANTED-BY A DANISH GIRL FOR O general housework. Please call at 877 Cottage Grove-ar., up-stulrs. QITUATIONWANTED—FOR SECOND WOUKAJfU O sewing or general work, by an extra good aud pleas* ant girl. Monday at 142 Tweutleth-st. SITUATION WANTED—TO DO SECOND WORK O orsewlng. aud make herself generally useful. Call atoradtlms IBuEast Indlnna-st. SITUATION WANTKD—FOR GENERAL HOUSE- O work by a German girl. Adplv at 62 East Elghtecnth-st., Sunday. ■ CrrUATIONS WANTED-GOOD SAMARITAN SO- O clety, I7J Hast Randulph-st, Female employes at low wages for city or country. Laundry. 76c a tlo/on. SITUATION WANTED—IIV A lilial’tii;i aul. u.*.l to do general housework. Two years* reference. 1835 Portland-av., corner Thlrty-slxih-sc. SITUATION WANTED—BY A NORWEGIAN GIRD Oto do general housework In a private family. Call or address 47 South EUzaoeth-st. SITUATION WANTED-BY A SWEDisU GiRL I'O O do general housework lu a private family. Can gl ve good reference. Apply at 42 Weason-st. SITUATION WANTEU-BY A GIRL FOR SECOND work or general housework in a private family. Call for two days at 887 State-sc., near Elgiucenth. SITUATION WANTED-BY A SWEDE GIRL AS O cook and laundress, or general work. Good calls solicited. Cali -lundoy at 142Tweutlcth-st, SITUATION WANTED-TO DO GENERAL HOUSE- O work. Good references given. Call at Hjoß Mlchl gan-av. SITUATION WANTED-BY A SCANDINAVIAN O girl lu a small family, or second girl. Call at 136 algcl-su OITUATION WANTED-BY A COMPETENT GIRL O to do dining-room or chamoerwork. Best refer ence. Cali at 416 >Vaba*h-av. SITUATION WANTED-BY SCOTCH CANADIAN Oglrl; Is competent to cook, wash, aud Iron in a private family; If references are required, lived seven years In the last place. 1025 Dearnorn-at.. near Twenty-nrst. SITUATION WANTED—BY A GOOD, HONEST O woman to work by the day in noardmg-houae. Call northwest corner Cuicago-av. aud c’jark-st.. ituom 15. SITUATION WANTED-BY A FIRST-CLASS meat aud pastry cook in hotel or large boarding house. Call at 87G State-sc. No postal cards. SITUATION WANTED-BY A FIRST-CLASS O cook. Call at iui6 Wabash-av. CITUATION WANTED-BT A GOOD GIRL TO O cook, wash,- and Iron, or do housework. Please call at 743 ludlana-av. SITUATION WANTED-BY A COMPETENT O Swedish girl for general housework in a small re spectable American family. Apply for two days at No. 218 North Market-st., upstairs. SITUATION WANTED-AS COOK. OR FOB OEN- U eral housework In a private family. Call Monday at 956 staie-st. OITDATIO.V WANTED-BV A YOUNG GIRL CA- O panic of doing second work, or the care of children; best of reference. Please call Sunday and Monday at 1279 Butierlleld-at. SITUATION ITASTBD-Br A GIRL TO DO GEN- O eral housework hi a family; can give the best of references. Call for 3 days at 314 Mlchlgan-ar. SITUATION' WANTED—BT A CAsXbIAJf GIKL; O Is a competent cook and laundress; best reference Siren. Also, oneju second girl. sto Mlchlgan-av. •SITUATION w anted—by a good cuuk. and O laundress in a first-class private family, Refer encc. South Side preferred. Address C. 123 Twenty* accoud-st. SITUATION WASTED—BY A FIRST-CLASS COOK O to do general housework. Please call, for three days, at 981 Buttcrficld-au, between Arcner-av. and .Mnctccnth-st. SITUATION IVANTED—BY A GOOD GIKL TO do general or kitchen work In a small family. Can give eight years'recommendation. Call, for two days, at 102 cottage Grovc-av. SITUATION WANTED—BY AN EXPERIENCED, wilting girl to do general work in a small family. Call In store 716 State-st., near Fourteenth. SITUATION WANTED—BY A YOUNG GIKL TO DO light housework or take care of a child; best of references. Please call at 3G2i£ Wabash-av., Room 4, Monday. SITUATION WANTED-AS COOK IN A FlßST class bcardlng-house by a woman. Call Monday at IIP South Oskley-st. SITUATION WANTED—BY A GOOD GIRL TO DO O housework, washing, and ironing. Apply at 500 Michigan-av. SITUATIONS WANTED-BY TWO SISTERS IN A O first-class family to do cooking and second work; good references given if necessary. Call or address 24 bholto-st., near Harrison. SITUATIONS WANTED-BY SWEDISH GIRL TO do cooklngaud laundry work; please the most par ticular. and first-ciass;. tidy, obliging, and reliable; also second girl fully competent. 2oi Calumet-av. SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG GIRL FOR O general housework, cooking, washing, and ironing. Good references. Apply to 197Mather-tt,, near Halatcd. OITUATIONS WANTED-BY TWO GIRLS TO DO O geucral housework in an American family. Good references. Call Monday at 19 Kay-st., between South Park and Caluiuet-avs. SITUATION WANTED —BY A MIDDLE-AGED O American woman in a small private family, in city or country. 2G5 West Divtslon-sc. Situations wanted-by two competent girls in a private family. Will go together or sepa* rale. Good reference from last place. Call at No. 13 Rast Erlc-st., Monday and Tuesday. No postal-cards. SITUATION WANTED —BY A GOOD GERMAN girl for general housework In a small American family. Inquire at 321 Michlgan-st.. up-stairs. CITIIATION WANTED-AS FIRST-CLASS COOK O or laundress. Call or address 291 North Division. SITUATION WANTED—BY A GIKL TO DO GEN eral housework in a small family; can give good reference from last place. Call Monday at 109 East umarlo-at., up-atalrs. OITUATIONS WANTED-BY TWO RESPECTABLE O girts to do general housework. Call for two days at 30amlih-st. SITUATION WANTED-BY A COMPETENT EN gllsh woman as meat and pastry cook in a hotel, city or country. Please call at 18 WestKandolph-et., up-stairs. OITUATIONS WANTED-BY TWO COMPETENT O girls to do cooking and second work or general housework, with good references. Call at 138 West Adams-st. QITUATIOKTANTED-BT A THOROUGH, COM kj potent girl to do the entire general housework for a first-class private family. Call at 163 Tweaty-fim-st. CTIUATION WANTED— TO COOK, WASH. AND O Iron or general housework in a private family, ad* ply at 76 Twenty-secona-st. oITUATION WANTED-BY A COMPETENT GIRL O to cook, wash, and iron or general housework in a private family. Call at 1386 Bmterfield-st. OITUATIO.N WANTED—FOR GENERAL HOUSE- O work in a small family. Please call at? Forest-av., near Thlrty-Qrst-st. SITUATION WANTED-BY NEAT, TIDY GIRL p os second girl or general housework In a small fam - lly. Please call Monday at HO East Inulana-st. SITUATION WANTED—BYGOOiTgIRL TO COOK, O wasn, andiron, or general work, city or country. Call at 691 State-st.. third floor. * SITUATION WANTED-BY AN ENGLISH GIRL p to do second work or general housework in small family. Call at 1820 Butterfleld-st., near Thirty-fifth. OITUATION WaNTED-BY AN ENGISH WOMAN p as first* cl ass cook m private family or boarding house; best references. Call at 410 Wabash*av, SITUATION 'WANTED—BY A CANADIAN GIRL, pas cook or laundress.'ln private family or boarding house. Please call at 525 Wabash-av. J * S l , T^i rl ?^.' 7A? ' TEt l^ By AN _ ENOUSB pbot p tetantglrl for general housework, city or country. Call for two days OITUXTION WANTED-BY A CAPABLE WOMAN pto do cooking or general housework. Call at 208 West Madison*st. SITUATION ‘ WANTED-BY A GIRL TO DO GEN- O crai housework. Call at 1245 South Holatcd-sts. SITUATION WANTED-BY A COMPETENT swede girl to do cooking or general housework or as laundress. Unexceptionable reference. Call for two days at 361 Stewart-av. CrrUATION wanted-by a THOROUGHLY O competent cook In first-class boarding-house. Please call at 110 North EUxabeth-sU. near Hubbard. SITUATION WASTED-BY AN A 1 COOK IN P„ fl . rßt ;. clai3 boarding-house. Call or address Mrs. M C U, U Boston-av. SITUATION WANTED-BY A FIRST-CLASS O meat cw pastry cook la hotel or restaurant, city or country. Calljit Adams-st., In the rear. OITUATION WANTED—BY AN EXPERIENCED O chambermaid. In city or country. Apply at 9 South breen-su. Monday, ** ** Seamstresses* CITUATION WANTED— AS SEAMSTRESS IN PRI- P vote family; will assist In second-work or light housework: best of references. Call at 238 Townsend. OITUATION WANTED—A GOOD DRESSMAKER, p who understands cutting and fitting, will go oat by Wabash*ay ,r * yate ai^cs - Please call or address 839 SITUATIONS gcamstressos—Continued. SITUATION WANTED—BY A LADY WHO THOR ouglily understands S. T. Taylor s system of dross cutting and fitting. Address UD, 1 Ellis Park. QITUATION WANTED-AS SEAMSTRESS BY THE O day or week; beat of reference. Please call at 38 Sixtcentb-sC. _____ SITUATION WANTED-BY. A LADY TO DO O plain sewing and assist In light housework for her board this winter. K 26. Tribune office. SITUATION WANTED—TO DO FIRST-CLASS dressmaking, catting, .and fitting; day or week. Call or address i H South urceo-st. « SITUATION^ WANTED-TO DO DRESSMAKING; cutting and fitting a specialty. 137 ttest Monrm?. SITUATION WANTED—BY A DREbS-MAHi-ii who trims neatly; terms, $1 a day. Call at B<U Stntc-Bt. SITUATION WANTED—BY A COMPEIENT dressmaker, with best city reference. In a few more families; terms reasonable. Address D, 123 Twenty second-st. ' QITUATIDN WANTED-AS SEAMSTRESS TO DO Ofamllysnwlngand dressmaking: neat at white work; will furnish inuchlne; no objection to country. Ad dress Z 1, Tribune office. SITUATION WANTED—A DRKBBMAKe.it »»lbb take work ac home or go out by the day or week. 3lßStatc-st., second fiat. QITUATIO N WANTED—AN EXPERIENCED O'dressmaker, lately from the East, wishes engage ments In families; expert at draping and designing; cuts trom Tavlor's system; terms reasonable; satisfac tion guaranteed. o>4 Wabash-av. Situation wanted-a"dressmaket: with first-class references would like a few more cus tomers at 81.50 per tiny. Address 1199, Tribune office. SITUATION WANTED—GOOD DKESSMA.KEI: wishes engagement) In families to go out by the day. Call at or address 120 Warren-av. . QITUATION WANTED-BY A FIRST-CLASS O dressmaker In private families; cutting and fitting a specialty. Address 73 Forcst-av. ■ QITUATION WANTED-BY AN EXPERIENCED O dressmaker; cneagemcots la private family by the day or week. Call or address 08 South Sangnmoa-st. SITUATION WANTED-BY A DRESSMAKER TO work la families by the day, or at home. Call or address 5-1 Thlrty-flrst-st. SITUATION WANTED—FASHIONABLE DRESS making dune In families by the day at reasonable prices. Address2tuak-av. ■ HouscKecpcrs* SITUATION WANTED-AS HOUSEKEEPER FOB A sluglc gentleman. Call at 77 Klnzle-st., near Dcs plalnes. SITUATION WANTED-AS HOUSEKEEPER. OR to take care of an Invalid. Call at 212 South Green st., down-stairs, Monday. CITUATIOK WANTED—AS HOUSEKEEPER, GOV- O erness, orseamstrcss. bya young American lady; Is plain but neat; no tritlers needaoply; good reference. Call 3 days at No. 63 KHzabech-st. SITUATION WANTED-BY AN AMKRICAN LADY as housekeeper In a hotel or boardinghouse; can give i.est city reference. Call at 410 Wabash-av. SITUATION WANTED-AS HOUSEKEEPER, OR would do work In a small family: country nreferred- Call or address for three days !»*> South Peorli-st. CITUATION WANTED-AS HOUSEKEEPER IN A O plain family. Am willing to work. Call at 363 South May-st.. near Taylor. • SITUATION WANTED—BV A YOUNG WIDOW AS housekeeper In a gentleman's family. Address F 68, Tribune ofllcc. SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG WIDOW with a child, as housekeeper In widower's family: no objection to children nor to the country: can give reference. Please address F 6b, Tribune otflee. , Laundresses* SITUATION WANTED—BY A FIRST-CLASS laundress to work by the day; best of reference. K 42, Tribune office. SITUATION WANTED-BY A WOMAN TO WORK O by the day; Is a flrst-ciass washer andlroner. Ad dress 207 Dearborn-av. SITUATION WANTED-BY A SCOTCH PROTEST ant girl, to do laundry work in a first-class family; best reference. Call at 416 Wabash-av. SITUATION WANTED-FAMILY’ WASHING AT 75 cents per dozen: satisfaction guaranteed. Call or address 511 Larrabee-st.. down stairs. Rnneti SITUATION WANTED-BY A LADY TO GO OUT O as a good wet-nurse. Inquire at lb Hubbard-st., West Side. ■ SITUATION WANTED-BT A WET NURSE; CAN give reference. Call for three days at 623 Twenty nfth-st. SITUATION WANTED-AS NUP.SE IN A NICE O family, bya girl of 20; not very strong, and re quiring to be In the open air: will take faithful care of children, and work for small wages. 199 North _ay-st. Employment Agencies* CITUATIONS WANTED-MRS. DEARIEN, 41GWA- O bash-av., will furnish families and hotels with first class help, German and all other natlonlltles, at short notice, with reference. * • <c- SITUATIONS WANTED-THE BEST GIRLS OF ALL nations, city or country. In private families and hoarding-houses, can be promptly supplied, inquire of Mrs. l\ REISS, 397 State-st, SITUATIONS WANTED—GERMAN GIRLS FUR nlshcdby MRS. COHN. 597 State-st., on applica tion. SITUATIONS WANTED—EMPLOYMENT OFFICE for women. Domestics of all nationalities constant ly applying. A large number of efficient girls are com ing to me from Wisconsin and other parts of the North west. who are giving most excellent satisfaction. The worklngwomeu know that rny office Is the only one in the city where their Interests are fully protected, and those who would not apply at Intelligence offices come tome. NETTA G. ROOD. 51 LaSalle-st. SITUATIONS ' WANTED—FAMILIES WANTING O help for housework call on MISS CUNNINGHAM. 449 Dlvlslon-st. Also girls of all nationalities calL miscellaneous* SITUATION WAKTED-UY A YOUNG LADY IN A family or select school to teach French, by a thor oughly competent teacher, with best of references as to ability, etc. Address F 42. Tribune office. SITUATION WANTED—BY A YOUNG LADY TO do copying or writing at home or elsewhere; writes a neat plain hand. Address F 93. Tribune office. SITUATION wXnTED-BY^YOUNG’LADY AS O cashier, or would accept any other light employ* ment;good references. Fti 7. Tribune office. SITUATION WANTED—BY A LADY IN A RE* apectable family: she will Instruct children in music, drawing, or painting, or assist night and morning in household affairs and sewing. In exchange for board and washing. Address R, or call at 1229 wabash-av. SITUATION WANTED-A LADY, EDUCATED, RE* O fined, energetic, and efficient, would like to take the charge of motherless children, or any position In a family where good taste and good Judgment would be of use: Is a good reader and writer; would be an en tertalutng companion for an Invalid; references ex* changed. Address Post-Office Box 2718, New York City. SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG AMERICAN lady os cashier in some respectable business place; can give good reference from last place. Call one week at 416 Wabash-av. SITUATION WANTED -BY AN AMERICAN O widow lady as governess, housekeeper, or copyist. Please address E 2, SITUATION' WANTED-A YOUNG LADT CAPA bIe of teaching rocal and instrumental music, con templating going to Colorado, wishes to obtain a situa tion there as teacher In a family, or would be willing to accept a position as governess to young children. Best of references. Address H 43. Tribune office. -U FOR SALIi. FOR SALE-EITHER CHEAP FOR CASH OR TO exchange for any Kind of office furniture, or to be sold on part payment, the following articles; One very handsome black walnut beer-counter, back side-board, with 16 feet of French plate mirror; cost new sl, POO. One very handsome side-wall showcase, fit cither for a fine cigar-stand or for a library. Cue very fine ebony and gUt. large size, easel. One lot of 10 large size photographs from the original art gallery of King Maximilian of Munich, handsomely framed, (me verv handsome crimson tapestry covered parlor set of 7 pieces. One very handsome bronze man tel set of 3 pieces. Also, to exchange one very fine piano fop a first-class buggy and harness. I. GOLDSTEIN, 174 East Ilandoloh-Bt., formerly 561 State-st. FOR SALE-FOUR GOOD BRUNSWICK BILLIARD and pool tables, refitted, cheap for cash. W. D. MORRIS. 227 Flfth-av. FOR SALK—BUTCHERS, CALL AND EXAMINE our portable fixtures and Ice-houses before filling up: tools and machinery of all kinds. MATUESON & CO., 78 West Van isuren-st. For salb-a good Newfoundland watch dog. 318 South Clark-st. For sale-one large furnace, six regis tors, 40 feet pipe, cheap for cash. Address H 62, Tribune office. FOR SALE—OR TRADE—A VERY FINS CHILD'S crib; state what you have. II 80, Tribune office. For sale—gas-fixtures complete for residence. Apply at 182 Lake-st. Fob sale—choice fresh cows constantly on hand. BRAINERD, Room 3, 192 Dcarborn-st,, or northwest corner Fortv-elghth-st. and Woodlawn-av. For sale—s-story frame barn, s stalls and carriage room, cheap for cash. Address H 61, Tribune office. FOR SALE—BUILDING, TO BE REMOVED. CALL at southeast corner of Beach and Mather-sts. -first of the week. FOR SALE—ONE BLACK-AND-TAN GORDON setter dog. 6 mouths old: also. 4 water-spaniels: ail thoroughbred. Call at 484 f wenty-slxth-st, v For sale-to photographers—a zanth ruler lens; cost S9O, will sell for $25. Call immo diatcly. on MR. SENIOR, 18 Ogden-av. FOR SALE-TABERNACLE CHAIRS, CHEAP. IN quire at building. FOR SALE-VERY CHOICE FRESH IOWA DAIRY butter, 30* pound packages, only 30 cents per pound. X). \\. STORRS, 94 Washlngton-st. For sale—a stud for sao cash: cheap at $33. 193 Dearborn-st. FOR SALE—TWO STANDING DESKS, SEVERAL showcases and counters, cheap for cash, separate or together. 193 Dearborn-st. * STORAGE. A SAFE AND COMPLETE STORAGE WARE XL house for household goods, merchandise, and dry prodace. 200 to 2-jC East Randolph-st.; advances. FIDELITY STORAGE COMPANY, 7H. 78. AND 80 East Van Burcn*st.; established 1975: permanent and reliable. Increased facilities for storage of furni ture and merchandise; advances made, safety vaults. I uralturc of private residences purchased for cash. 1 FURNITURE, CARRIAGES.MERCHANDISE STOR . cd: advaaccsmadc, 10 pc year: money loaned lowest rates on goodse curity without removal, 160 W. Monroe. Good storage for buggies and carriages In 3-atory brick building, dry and clean, built ex pressly for carriage business. 400 West Madlsoa-st. QTOKAGE FOR GENERAL MERCHANDISE IN O brick building. 63 and 65 West Washlngton-st. Good alley and steam elevators. A. E. BISHOP. 'PUE NATIONAL STORAGE COMPANY. 116 AND X 1 18 Franklln-st. Central location. Advances made: lowest rates In the city. BOOKS FOR SALE-VERY LOW-AMERICAN CVCLO pedla. old and new editions: Condensed American Zell’s Encyclopedia; Chambers’ Encyclopedia: Pictur esque America, ouc set full one set half-morocco. 18i> East Adams-st. XfEW FRENCH BOOKS-AT EDW. BUEHLKR’S J.i 235 State-st., near Jackson. WANTED-AT REDUCED PRICE, CITY DIRECT ory for *7B- 79. Address K 44. Tribune office. HmSES ASD FOLITsTOCKOF THE MOST ELEGANT LAN daulcts and coupes, four and six seat roekawavs In all styles, anti some styles to be found nowhere else; top wagons of all sizes manufactured by ourselves, also Brewster* Co., of New York: phaetons, etc., of all styles and prices; all work warranted, and square deal* Intr sure: our carriages are very much the oest, and our prices lowerthan any responsible house Inthe west, c. P. KIMBALL * CO.. b7u Wabash-av. A LEATHER-TOP SQUARE BOX BUGGY, VERY cheap (will exchange for three -spring wogon): one three-spring two-seated buggy, new. very low for caan; a handsome sound horse, can trot In 2:50 or no sale: must be sold at some price soon; your choice of a work or driving horse at a small price, and trial given before you pay a dollar. 42 liarmon-court. A TTENTION'! SLEIOHSI-WE ARE MAN’UFAC* A curing a large number of swclled-slde, Portland style, and double sleighs for the coming season; tney are the best mid cheapest ever offered lu this market; will sell at wholesale or retail; will sell woodworks, Sonedornot. Callondsecus. I. S. TOWEU&BKO.. 105 South Clinton-BU. , Auction sale of houses, carriages, and banesa every Thursday and Saturday by J. F. EM* EUV&CO., UHland Ivß Washington**!* Stock on baud at private sale aud to exchange; money advanced. If you wish a bargain call :md see ua. A GOOD. FIRST-CLASS CLARENCE CARRIAGE; a large, line young fat cow, wltu calf, two double and two single sleighs, one new top buggy, for aalc-or exchange for horse?, harness, or newfarm wagon. 213 to i’22 Twenty*Becond*st. \ Y ALMOST NEW PLATFORM SPRING“DE- A livery whgon, $75, worth $125; choice of two lop Ehactons, s7.'>: a very light democrat wagon, S4O; a orgala. Hid Weal Lake-at. ■ A CAR-LOAD OF HORSES FOR SALE CHEAP, XX. consisting ofheavy draft and nice driving horses, young and sound, will be sold at auction on Tuesday, .Nov. 19. at 10 o'clock a. m., If not sold at private sale, at COOPER’S staolc, 2. 4. 0. and 8 .Mouroe-st- A GOOD SECOND-HAND BAROUCHE, IN FINE order, and a good Clarence carriage; very low for cosh. Address W 13. Tribune office. A FINE SECOND-HAND SIX-SEAT FAMILY* rockaway, one four-seat coupe rockaway, two good top cud spring buggies; all second-hand: In tine order; cheap for cash. Address W 13, Tribune office. A BREWSTER & CO. BROUGHAM. VERY LITTLE used, at a bargain. Also, one four-scat, and one six-seat rockaway from Pcnnoyer&Co., good os new, at just half price, at C, P. KIMBALL & CO.’S. 370 Wabash-av. A~' PA IR OF FINE HORSES. CARRIAGE, AND harness wauled for a Kansas farm (clear). C. J. ADAMS, 6J Dearborn-st. « CLARENCE CARRIAGE IN GOOD CONDITION A for sale at a aacrlUce. 15n LaSolle-st.. Room 1. AT A BARGAIN FOR CASH, ONE PAIR OF NICE Iron-gray horses, weight 2.C-OJ pounds. a and 6 years old: mrce good buslue-ss and driving horses; they are all warranted sound and good workers.. Call to-day arid to-morrow at 20 i North Sangamon-st., oelwcen Milwaukee and Cblcago-uvs. A CAR-LOAD Of* IIOItSES JUST FiiU.Sl iugton, 111.. 2 span black carriage horses, one doe coupe horse, one extrasaddle horse, one span Norman horses, weigh y.ouoins. one tlno driving horse. T. O. McCoNNELL, 24i> Statc-sc. . A cquit, one coups-rockaway, one six seat rockaway, one line two-seat sleigh, cost S2OO, as good us new, 20 cutters hcareelvsolled, one very due saddle-horse; all described are llrat-cla!is,and will be sold at a great sacrifice: will sell on monthly payments. H. U. WALKER, 2iband2si State-st. A party having an established business of about SIS(>,COJ per annum In the mill supply line wishes to joiu interest with a concern having a trade In tuc same or similar line. Address K 30, Trib une office. • l CHANCE FOl! TRAVELING SALESMEN - (MEM i\, bers of the Masonic fraternity) willing to work for SC3 a montii. J6d Room 42. ' AN OLD AND VERY PROFITABLE COMMISSION business fur sale, or will exchange for good horses and wagon or other property; present owner going West. Addreti ii 4, Tribune office. A RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR A MAN DESIROUS of going Into business or handling stock of books —StocK/)f books worth 52,0u0 to be sold Inside of two weeks; chance for party to continue Insamo location. Address oy mail S C E, iSTimea Building. Best place in cook county to turn out your horses; stabling for 4o horses; all upland and tame hay; call for references oefore turning out else where: terms $1.50 per week; warranted good care. Addres O C. Morgan Park. Black team. 1034 hands, young, fast. sound, and kino; used to city; lady can drive them single or double; with or without ng complete. For sale cheap for want of use. Address W 17.1 noune. For sale—two horses, one is ahuav v-^cr, chunky, work horse, weighing between 1.40 U and 1.500 pounds, and ,7 years old. The other Is a gray, weighing fully 1,2U0 pounds: he is 6 yearn of age, and flt lor any kind of work; he isalso ehuuky-butlt. They are both m tine condition- Abo, two single platform trucks and harness. They are to be sold, together or separate, at a great sacrillce. A trial given. They have been taken for debt, and the owner has no use for them. Apply at stable rear of 265 Mlchlgan-av. For sale—a light lovihuld wagon, new, wortuSlSo, forSlOO. Apply at wagon shop, 703 West For sale-pennoyer side-spring buggy, sound young horse, oud harness. First-class rig at reasonable price. Address F 03, Tribune office. FOB SALE COUPE ROCKAWAY, IN FlßST class order, at ond-thlrd Its cost. Can be seen at BRADLEY’S Repository, 2ib Wabash-av. Fob sale-at fisher & taylor’s livery, boarding, and sale stable, corner Thlrteen-st. and Wabash-av.. a good lot of horses, consisting of coupe, carriage, cool-curt, omnibus, and draft horses. Hare Just arrived from the West. Will be sold according to me times. FOR SALE-AT FISHER & TAYLOR’S STABLE, corner of Thlrteenth-st. and Wabash-av., a nice lot of horses well broke for the city, and will be sold cheap for cash. FOR SALE—AT FISHER Js TAYLOR’S LIVERY stable, corner of Thirteenth-at. and Wabash-av., a magnificent gray Kentucky saddle-horse. For sale—a new square-box buggy, very light and fine: also, a first-class 3-sprlng business buggy; work guaranteed and pricse very low. FOR SALE—HORSES, SINGLE OR DOUBLE: good to saddle; also, good work-horses. 345 Flfth-av. For sale—ax excellent large, stylish saddle or buzgy horse. 18J Warron-av. Fob sale—or exchange—a fine -pair of black Bashaw mares, line drivers; extension-top reckaway: one buggy and harness complete; will ex change for real estate, bricks, or lumber. Apply at Room 3, 234 South Clark-st. For sale-a SHIFTING-GLASS FRONT 4-SEAT cd rockaway carriage, made by Brewster, almost new. Can be seen at 130 South Morgan-st. FOR SALK—CHEAP—A FINE BRED MARK; WILL take pay In pasturing other horses. Apply at 155 West Washlngton-at. 17UR SALE-9 HEAVY DRAFT AND DRIVING . horses, from $35 to $125. 5 wagons, 4 buggies, and harness. Rear 35 Blue Island-av. . For sale—Tr horses and mares, fit foi: any use In teams and single workers. 560 West Elchteenth-sc., corner Blue Isiand-av F’OR SALE—3COAL CARTS, Sls, S3O. and S4U: 1 one-horse coal wagon, $35: I two-horse coal wagon, S2O; 1 threc-snrluggrocery wagon, $23; I light two-horse spring truck, my own make: l one-horse spring truck. Apply to P. HICKS, 107 Falton-sL For salb-a handsome coupe horse, or will trade for a good trotter or pacer: must be lirst-class lu style. Address for five days H 36,Tribune. For sale—the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad will sell its teams, 13 horses and harnesses, and 7 trucks and wagons: can oe seen at sta bles on Mcagher-st., near Halsted. Call on the Freight- Agent, or U. DEXTER, Foreman Freight-House. FOR SALK—VERY CHEAP—4 VERY FINE DRTV- Ing horses. 3 heavy draft horses, I tine coupe horse, 3 good grocery horses, 1 line saddle horse, 30 buggies of all kinds, and all kinds of harness. 70 South Canal-st. FOR SALE-AT A SACRIFICE. A HANDSOME driving mare, fine size, $63; choice of 5 light horses and mares, flt for wagon and buggy, S3O to $53; and choice of 5 fine top buggies for 575. Above must be sold, as owner Is giving up business. At 371 West Fif teenth-st., first house east of Ccntre-av. Home all day. T7OR SALE—CHEAP—BAKER’S WAGON. TWO J? horses and harness, with or without rente. Inquire at Room 3 iionore Block. F’ AMILY 5-SEAT COUPE-ROCKAWAY (PANEL), for one or two horses, tight and new, cheap; must sell. Address ,W 16, Tribune office. FOU SALE-TEAM OF BLACK MORGAN HORSES, 15 hands high. 6 and 7 years old. stylish, and sound, and one fine business horse, 1,200 lbs. Apply at milk de pot, 36 Harmon-court. bet. Michigan and Wubash-avs. For sale-jumf-seat buggt: must sell at first offer. .MITCHELL’S. 838 West Lakc-st. FOR SALE-AT * MARKS &*~MILLER’S SALE stables, 61, 03, and 65 North Wells-su, 35 horses, weighing from I,COO to 1,6C0 pounds. For sale-first-class express and*deliv cry wagons, nice sample and notion wagoua, top' and open bugglds. No. 175 West Adams-st. T?OR SALE—CHEAP —HORSE AND DELIVERY X wagon, with work of store. F 57. Tribune office. For sale-i landau, i clarence, i jieap.se, 1 Coan & Tenßroekc Concord buggy, 2 square box. top, and 2 open buggies, i democrat wagon. i 3-sorlng phaeton, and 1 express wagon. 400 West Madlson-st. FOR SALE—THREE TEAMS, IWEIOHLKG 2.600 pounds: 6 smaller burses: no reasonable offer re fused. 587 WestElghtecnth-st.. tea houses west Blue Islaud-av. FOR SALE-FIVE CHEAP HORSES. FIT FOR ALL use. from S2O to 545; also, one nice small 5-jear old mule. Call to-day at 747 Madiaoa-at. FOR SALE—rear igo west MONROE-ST.. CAR No. I horses, both workers and drlrcra: will be sold cheap and warranted: any trial given; also nearly new4*lnch thimble-skein wagon, with large box, suit able for coal or meat, etc. Horses wintered at atwood place farm, miles from city limits; gentlemen's road horses a specialty; large barn, with 4o box stalls; plenty of paddocks for exercise; terms low; best reference. Ad dress CORNELIUS SULLIVAN. Riverside, HL Horses wintered-stabled nights and stormy days on clay floors; dry yards on pleasant days for exercise: the best barn and hay; taken and re turned free of charge. 11. C. -MIDDAUGH, Clarendon Hills, HL . Horses wintered cheap and best care taken, by R. W. RATIiBORNE. 189 East Washing* ton-st.. Rooms. I HAVE UNEXCEPTIONAL FACILITIES FOR boarding horses daring winter or summer. Can give all care required to fine horses. Parties desiring to bare horses kept are Invltcd'to Inspect my quarters. Stable within two minutes’walk of depot. Reliable reference given on application. Terms reasonable. HENRY M 7 KIDDER. North Evanston. City office. 48 Clark-sc; f HAVE TEN HEAD OF HORSES. ALL SIZES X- and ail prices to suit the times; one 3-sprlng wagon and one single harness, at 194 Henry-st., two blocks west of Blue Islaad-av. T. &J. OUERN. XHAVE SPLENDID ACCOMMODATIONS FOR wintering horses at my fann. four miles from Chi cago. In town of Jefferson. at low rates. Apply to L. J. HOBART.' 13 and 15 Dearborn-st. R. RUSK. T WANT A BUGGY. AND WILL GIVE A GOOD X Plano In exchange for same. Choice of several leading makers given. Address W 40, Tribune office. TUbT RECEIVED, ONE CAR-LOAD OF HORSES, O all prices and all kinds. We guarantee all horses as we represent them to be in every respect. All kinds of horses, ougglcs, and wagons sold on low commission. Horses boarued cheaper than In any place In Chicago; from 30 to 40 cents per day. Also, dealer In all kinds of harness; second-hand harness bought and sold. Please aad io3 °e'-'t mi stock. MARTIN MAY EHHOhFEt,,^I2O, 122 and 124 Uastlngs-st. WANTED-HORSE TO USE IN BUGGY FOB keeping. Address H 97, Tribune office. WANTED— FIRST-CLASS ROAD WAGON WITH top; Brewster or stiver preferred; will give short time bank paper drawing Tribune office. HORSES AXP CABRUGES. Lam e~ and” sick houses, pkonocnCED^pT curable, cured free of cost. GILES' LlNiM»v*r IODIDE AMMONIA. Spavins, splints, bunches, thorough pins, sprung knees, cured without blemish. Strains, shoulder lameness, navicular dlaeu* shoe-bolls, cure guaranteed. Send for pamphletcon. talnlng full Information to a DK. W. M. GILES, ISO West Broadway, New York Wholesale, VAN SCHAACK. STEVENSON & co Chicago. *• Use only for horses the liniment In yellow wtmom Trial sire, 25 cents. WASTED— TWO MEDIDAI-SIZKD HORSES in drive double or single, and used to saddle* mm* be quiet ami not afraid of anything. Also, close c*? rlageorrockaway, with four inside scats; mustb*. bargain. Address, stating lowest flgurca, K 49, Tribune WANTED— FOK CASH-GOOD. SOOXD~AVn solid business horse,- about l. ico pounds* mow give on trial. Call forenoons rear 5>6 Sedgwickrst. 6 WANTED— OKE SINGLE MULE, • WEIGlIlvr from 1,100 to 1,000; brown or black; Davcash * *! ply Immediately at 463 West Madlson-at. WANTED - SECOND-HAND LIGHT DOimr"? harness; give pr!ce._H iT. Tribune offlcc. UllßLß WANTED— SECOND'D AND SKELETON VTAgovT must be cheao for cash. Address 1121 IndlSi«:sl* C ASH-A WOM AN’S s\ v'T > » driving horse and harness. Address 111 ThrootL WANTED— A SPAN OF MULES; WlLiTgiyr hone and buggy and cash. 11 tj. Tribune offlriT WANTED— TO EXCHANGE-GOOD KOAD wn buggy horses for saddle horses, ac LlTTip«« before Monday night. All) XV' ILL EXCHANGE DIAMOND OR OTHER GOOD ,7* Propmy for horse and bu?gy, or either. Addma U 93, '.monne office. “ BM DELIVERY* UORSfi that _so0 or SCJcanbuy. Call at 136 Mlchlgan-sL^* WANTED— A GOOD SADDLE-HORSE WEIGHT vJT about!,ooo pounds; must bo.an cmv rtder cheap for cash. ~W c, Tribune office. - er ***“ WANTED— A~F IRST -CL ASSBU GL» YOR LIGHT top phaeton. Have a very good buggy bone exchange. \V 46. Tribune office. oorse, will WANXED-A BOGOi HORSE FOR ITS K*pp for the winter, with good care,__w 34, rSTTNTEKING HORSES AT MY~ STABLES~~aV ' V Hyde Park and South Chicago. Terms inlT OSCAR FIELD, igo Mlchlgan-av. “ Aenna lotr * WANTED-A PAIR OF HORSES ABOUT is bancs; must be handsome, and trot In 4minntA. P, O’Ne.ILL, ls2Slate-st. \\T ANTEI>—A ROAD HORSE ABOUT 15Jg HAND? t> must trot In 3 minutes sure, and behand£m» Address F 70, Tribune office. uambotne. !£»•>/ | TAKES A LITTLE MARE 7 YEARS ornT uj)ZU also, .light horse, a good dmnkofawmk’ horse, coal-wagon, and harness. Apply to-dav In ot the coal-otnce. 612 Elghtcenth-m. 7 m rear I (HI WILL aEC U KEll A lF“ INTEREST L\A Ijj-Ull soul wins office hiulniaa, amctlv OrsN class. Address F 7t>. Tribune office. * 0X55 mJSCiILU^EOIS. A LAO If EXPERIENCED IN COMMERCIAL transactions, and aoout to visit New Yo-tcitr solicits commissions; good references as to ability and Integrity. Address K 2. Tribune office. 3 81151 ARCHITECTS, BUILDERS, AND OTHERS-WILL pay liberal commission forsecunag cartvwuh about s3.uuo to bmld cottages where much wanted, m my iota. Sales properly divined. W 12. Urlbnae om^L All persons -wanting their rooming done suould apply to J. WILKES fORD ±Co Roofers, 153 and 155 West Washlngton-at. * AS WE ARE DISGUSTED WITH HAND-PLAItT Inp, we go to 543 Wanasn-av. and get theParinia knife-plaiting; It Is beautiful. A NT ONE HAVING THE NEW YORK CUPPER ii tor the past five years may make something a* addressing H 13. Tribune office. 07 ATOUNG LAWYER CAN FIND A GOOD CIIANCK to establish himself la practice by addreailaz in his own name, with references. Fat, Trluune umca Cockroaches— coma;;, 1470 south ppit>T boni-sc.. exterminates roaches, bugs, moths, tie. A duress postal and he will call and see you. DRESS FITTING BY MY LATE IMPROVED “El" ceislor system,” taught at half price for 10 dan. at 74 State-st. C. BAIRD. • ELOCUTIONIST-MISS JEANNIB A STAFFORD JCi aftercareful stady under superior masters laths United States and Europe, desires engagements for en tertainments, concerts, soclauies, etc. Best of refer ences submitted. Charges moderate. Audress las? Butterilelp-su Expert accountants will find it ad vautageous to Join the Business Exchange. 153 'Washiugion-sc. 1 ELECTRIC, SULPHUR, MERCURIAL, VAPOR. j Turkish, and Russian baths. Palmer House, are tuc best lu me city, and unequaled anywhere. Found —dk. puil. mavehs, with ms etii ebrated Exposition Corn Medicine, atßhski’i, cus tom bootmaker, No. no East Randoiph-st. I WILL PUT SI,OOO AND PART OF MY TIME INTO a business chut will bear investigation; have had a banking experience. Address, with some particuun, F 5, Tribune office. J WILL PUT $2,030 TO $4,000 IN A STAPLE, Lu crative business; manufacturing preferred, btate some partlculara of business. Address W 4, Tribune. Kid gloves- KEDUCTION * EXTRAORDINARY! Our dollar 3-button kids now 3 PAIRS FUR SA SINGLEPAIR, sl. Every pair fitted before purchading. «Klb KID GLOVE DEPOT. P 4 STATK-bT. Ladies— send orders at once for lace curtain-frames. Reduced rates. J. GILRAV, 2sa Wabasn-av. L~ADIE6 r FORMS FULLY DEVELOPED IN A short space of time; superfluous hair permanently removed; flesh worms, moth patches, eruptions suc cessfully treated; baldness overcome. Mme. KETCH- j AM, 75 Madison-st., Roomso. - ' OPIUM HABIT CURED—I,OOO TESTIMONIALS OP cures on die. Write or call. W. P. PUELON. M. I)., 75 East Mudlson-»c.. Room 63- - OPIUM' HABIT AND KHEUMATISIM CORED suc cessfully or no fee by one who was a sufferer for yean. For particulars address Lock Box 52A_Chlcago. PLAIN HOT A.\D COLD*"WATER'"BATHS'FOB ladies and sentlemec at Palmer House Turkish XQoms. Bachsoaly 35 cents. . Stilish dressmaking done attss south Halstcd-st.; walking-suits made for $5; polonaise, S 3; Prlncesse, from $5 to $lO. • mUE ADVERTISER. WHO INIENNDS MAKING 1 X business tour through the mining regions of Colo orado, Arizona, and New Mexico (leaving here snoot Jan. 10. 18701, would like to correspond with parties having any description of stocks seeking such s mar* kcL Andress K 3, Tribune office. 'PUE EUREKA SHOWCASE MANUFACTORY,!?! » X East Waahlnetou-st., is giving the bottom prices on showcases. Send for price-list. Correspondence solicited. . rpHE "OLD RELIABLE" M3IE. ROCVILLE? X •’Ampllflcateur,” or Bust Developer, Is the only genuine article. Try it before seeing any other,- Mm. BERNARD, Agent, 118 North Clark-st., upoue night. Inquiries must have stamp inclosed for reply- 'PUE SEROSE LAUNDBV. Gl3 AND 630 WA -1 bash-av.; shirts, 10c.; collars, 3ic per Uoz. B.L. ■WILSON, proprietor. 'PINWARE—DINNER-PAILS, 15 CENTS AND UP- X ward; coal-nods. 25 cents and upward: teaocu,* cents up to SO; coffeepots, 5 cents up to SB, at 30 South state-sL • tYTANTED—A SET OF SECOND-HAND IVOBI V V pool balls at JIM’S Place, 16 CUnton-sL \T 7" ANTED—TO REMOVE—A SMALL FRAMS » T house. West Side, between Kluide and Twelfth sts. Address by mall only, with location, description, and cash price, BOWEN, itoom 19. iTONiadison-it. WJ ANTED—TO PURCHASE FOR CASH. A FIRST > » class grocery or tea store, with trade established. F 19, Tribune otllce. WANTED— A SECOND-HAND SAFE: STATEDl mcnslons, maker, and price. Address H 71,Trib une office. __ WANTED— CONTRACTS IN THE BUILDINO line, to be flulshed by May next; will famish plans and specifications and save the expenses otaa architect; will guarantee all work as good as the ow. cheap: send in your orders: references If requires. Address F 86, Tribune office. \TT ANTED—A FLAT-BOTTOMKD VESSEL,DRAW \ V Ing from two to three feet of water.thhat wm carry from 33.100 to KXJ.OCOfeet of lumber. Adore* F 85, Tribune office. TAT" ANTED—A TRIO OK ROSE-COMB DOSIINIQU* >V thlctCM. A. C. CAD T, 536 South. WANTED— A NO. 1 NEW MILCE COW. APPLY to O. W. BARRETT. 12 Wabaah-av. WANTED-A LADY COMPANION BY A WIDOW living alone; South Side. Address W aj.Triboae^ WANTED—SECOND-HAND BILLIARD TABLK V V for private bouse, if to be had very cheap. An dress, stating price. HARRY BOTES, care A. A. Abbott* corner Beach and Scbor-sts. _ WANTED— THE BEST SALOON THATSSOOCASH will buy. Address N 96. Tribune office. WASTED— SALOON-LICENSE; WILL I’ATCASH. Apply Immediately at 112 South Clark-at. \*7ANTED-TWO CANDY BUCKS. APPLY AT 8 \y a. m.. Monday at BERRY’S. 241 West Madison. WANTED— 25 MORE LADIES TO CROCHET ON hoods, experienced hands only; good pay w prompt and steady workers. Address K. Tribune. _ Hr ANTED—fKAME DWELLING TO MOVE. 3TO »» 10 rooms: will pay cash If cheap. Address N»» Tribune office. -r- PABTNEOS W^LYTEB. PARTNER WANTED-AN ACTIVE MAN WITH SSOO capital can secure half Interest In a legmmstd business; established three years. Address 116, Inbuae otlice. PARTNER WANTED-WITH MEANS TO TAKE Interest in old established commission-house on south Watcr*st. Address \V 23, Tribune ofllcc ! PARTNER WANTED —WITH FROM SZOOO JO $5,000 In a business which will bear the fullest in vestigation. Address W 27, Tribune office. PARTNER WANTED—IN ESTABLISHED GENEB aI commission and flour business. A rare openw* to one meaning business. Address 11 icmriouneotpcq. PARTNER WANTED^-WITH SI,OOO. TO JOIN MB In purchasing legitimate business, which I have m vestlgutcd; a chance seldom offered. Address u «»• Tribune onlcc. PARTNER WANTED —WILLING TO WORK; small capital, where the profits can be seen daily- * 13, Tribune office. - PARTNER WANTED-TO MANUFACTURE STV pic article; $2,000 to $5,000 required. Invest!**** at once. 720 West Lake-sc. ~ PARTNER WANTED-ACriVE OR SILENT, WITH $3,000. to buy an old established retail boot ana snoo store on one of the most public thoroughfares in»*• city; have tea yean* experience in retail trade, six *» same establishment! wish to buy. None but reua*«* parties need answer. Address X 47. Tribune. PARTNER WANTED —WITH SCOO TO BUY lULg Interest la established and good paying business. ** 17, Tribune office. - TJARTNER WANTED-WITH $230 CAPITAL TO X act as Treasurer with a first-class cnwrulnn*®*I** 1 ** must be strictly temperate and have business quaunca 9 tloos. Address WF B, Tribune office. PARTNER WANTED-A LIVE MAN WITH IBM as a partner; business established. B°°“, want a man that can work, steady habits, and on** ness Address H 40, Tribune office. FROFESSAOIVAL CANCERS. CATARRH. LUNG. MEN’S AND Wo£ en’s diseases, and stuttering radically cured. "“ST ever read ordoctored: any case. Call or write. flclal eyes, medicines, &c., supplied. N. J- AlE**» m. tv,-in»Clark-st., corner Madison* Chicago.