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WANTED-MAJLE lIEjLP#
' Bcokkecoersi Clerks* &c*
WAITED— A GOOD ENTH YCLERK IN’ IRON
bouse. Answer lu handwriting, stating age. If
married, what wages wanted, experience, und rcicr
encca. Adurce* D 49. Eribuao office.
WANTED-DUV-GOODS SALESMAN. ADDRESS,
with reference, D 31 Tribune office.
WT ANTED—A BRIGHT. INTELLIGENT. TKCST;
VV worthy voungman inapubllshinc oulce; salary 5a
per week. Adores* E 94, Tribune office. .
XTrANTED—AN EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER
VV for a wholesale house; first-class
qulrcd; elatesalary expected. Address F 44, Tribune,
V\7
\? Inc clerk, gentleman or lady; one familiar with
the notion and dry goods, or jewelry trade preferred;
must be competent, experienced, with good reference,
and willing to work for small pay at first. Address, m
own handwriting, stating experience, age, reference,
and salary required, E 62, Tribune office.
Xraaes*
TX T ANTED l5 SHOEMAKERS: THOSE TTNDER-
W standing string work preferred. PHELPS,
DODGE & PALMER. 48 andSJ Wabaah-av.
TT7 ANTED-A' COMPETENT SUPERINTENDENT
VV for the carpenter department In a large sash and
door facton* In this city. Address, stating experience
and reference*. B 64, Tribune odice.
X\7 ANTED—C COPPERSMITHS AT E. SMEETH’S,
VV comer Randolph and Desplalncs-sta.
capable oftak^
VV log charge of a country shop as foreman. Ad
dress, with terms, ABE WHITE, bbertdaa. 111.
XX^ANTED—GOOD LITHOGRAPHIC PRINTERS
V V and letter engravers. SHOUER & CARQUE*
VILLE, Llth. Co.. 119 Monroe-st.
XX, 7 ANTED-ENGINEER TO.HUN SMALL ENGINE
V V and make himself generally useful. Apply at
Wilson Foundry. Grand Crossing.
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS CARRIAGE-SMITH
no Intemperate man need apply. Address C* B.
McDOWELL, Clinton, la.
\\rASTED-A single man-one THAT CAN
V V make himself useful in stove and hardware busi
ness; mast not he afraid of work; can bavea stead?
home and situation; German preferred; bring refer
ence; call for one week at 353 west Jackson-su, rear.
\\T AN AN*FROM 16 TO 18 TEARS
V V old, to work In a confectionery; one who worked
In the business before will be preferred. Call Monday
afternoon at BUNTE BROS. & bCHUBK, 164 Inul
aaa-st.
WfANTED-AN EXPERIENCED MAN OR BOY IN
VV bindery to run cutting-machine. J. J. bPALD
IXG&CU., 153 Oark-st.
X\7 ANTED-A GOOD FILE HARDENER-CAN
V V have steady employment and good wages. Apply
at 17 North Cilntou-st.
■\\7 ANTED—WATCH REPAIRER-MUST BE GOOD
V V workman, and bring good references. Address,
stating salary expected. EbJ. Tribune office.
WANTED— ONE BLACKSMITH HELPER AT 62
and C 4 Pacific-av.
\\7 ANTED —EIGHT PRESS BRICKLAYERS COR*
» per Randolph-at. agd Walmsh-av.
W7ANTP.D-A MAN OR STRONG BOY TO RUN
cutting-machine. DONOiIUE&HENNEBERRY,
305 Madison-fit. * ■
XXTANTED-A GOOD MAN WHO IS USED TO CHIP*
W ping, filing, and finishing Iron; good references
required. Address FB, Tribune office.
WJ ANTED—AN EXPERIENCED CUTTER IN A
V> suit and cloak factory, by BKIFELD BROS, 240
Last MadJson-st.
W'ANTED-AN EXPERIENCED STEREOTYPE
linlsberormoldcr. Call to-day at Room 6, 80
Markct-xt.. between luand 12.
•VXTANTED FOUR FIRST-CLASS CABINET
i\ makers. Apply at office of CLARK BROS. A CO.,
Itobey-fC., near Blue islana-av.
WANTED SHOEMAKERS ON FIRST-CLASS
\\ hand-sewed work; also finisher: none but good
workmen wanted. T. E. LINCOLN, 74 Hast ludlana
t!., third floor,
Ml ANTED A WOOD-WORKING MACHINE
hand at SCOTT’S bellows factory, Jobnsou-st.,
comer Twc»:y-second-sL •
employment Agencies*
TT7 ANTED—2S MORE GOOD LABORERS AND
' f rock quarrymen to wo k on the A. T. &. Santa Fe
R. R. in Colorado. Leave on Tuesday next. For trans
-1 oruilon and further particulars call at 79 South Consi
st. E. G. A: 11. T. HAIGHT.
Miscellaneous.
WANTED— AGKNTS TO SELL OUR STYLOGRAPH
Copying-Book, by which letters are written and
copied at same time, without the use of pen, ink, pen
cil, press, brusn. or water; saving the time, labor, and
cxjienseof all other methods of copying letters and doc
uments. Sell* at sight. Pays to Handle It- Send for
circu.ars to manufacturers, J. s. MCDONALD & CO.,
Blank-Book Makers. iSSClark-eL. Chicago
XXyANTED— A GOOD MAN FOR EVERY STATE
v V to sell our Igoods by sample. Fair salary paid.
LA BELLE MAVF’G CO.. 83 Ciark-*l.. Chicago.
W 7 ANTED—AN F.DUC.ViED MAN OF EXPERI
\y once as solicitor, to take orders for a county his
tory, Will pay salary* Address D 27, Tribune onicc.
T\rANTED-A FIRST - CLASS AGENT FOR A
first-class work. Only those of experience and good
a.ldress need apply. A. S. BARNES & CO., Publish
ers. 34 and 38 Madison-sL
T\ 7AN TED—A YOUTH RESIDING WITH HIS PA
\ » rents, :o learn the wholesale business: wages S 3
Per month for the first three months. Address C 10,
iTlouue ofllce.
TITAN T ED—AN EXPERIENCED TRAVELING
* > in overalls and panta. . Apply’ at 27
Washlngton-st. ’ *
XXT.WTi-.D-- TWO ENERGETIC CANVASSERS;
> > “ ill nay a wecklv salary of $lO to the right party.
120 WashlogUm-sL, RoomSu.
\\T ANTED -Two FliiST-CLASS ADVERTISING
y y Millcltors; only those with good references. Ad
dress E 29, Tribune.
\X7ANTKDT\T OSBORNE WAREHOUSE, ON
• » Morgan-su, near sixteenth, four young men, to
rnall papers, etc. To begin Mondayiuprulag,
XT7ANTED CANVASSERS TO SELL A MUCH
* • needed household article- 128Dcarborn-aL. Room
3U. from lu to 1 o’clock. ♦
WANTED— BY A LITHOGRAPHIC HOUSE WITH
large facilities and capital, good salesman for the
country on commission. No shysters need apply. Ad
crcbs c 4. Tribune office.
\T7 ANTED—MEN TO EXHIBIT THEMELOPHONE.
• * Call on or address The Edison Speaking Phono
graph Association, 150 Washlmnon-st., Boom 25.
TITANTEIt-TWoIfBAVEUNG SALESMEN IN
» wholesale Jewelry business, Address, stating ex
jH-rlcnce. E 12, Tribune office.
T\ r ANTED—CITY SALESMAN TO SOLICIT OR
• • ders; one familiar with hats and caps and gents’
furnishing goods and acquainted with city trade. Ad
en css with references K 54, Tribune office.
\\;aMED--CANVASSKRS FOR CITY ORDERS,
11 also men on real; salary or commission. Room
3 Ewing Block. 2C North Ciark-st.
TI7ANTED—CANVASSERS FOR AN ENTIRELY
M new*aerial publication; liberal terms, CASSELL,
Pr.TTKR A: GALPIN, 163 South Clark-st.
“IV ANTED—STREET MEN. BOOT-BLACKS. PED
dlera. and the trade to handle the celebrated
French blacking; 1 supply It cheaper than any other
house in the West. C. M, LIMNGTOn, 45 and 47
Jackson-sL
\\7 ANTED—AGENTS IN EVERY COUNTTTO SELL
the self-lighting pockct-lamp, carried in the
Test-pocket; also for the portable fountain pump, the
host-selling articles in America. 67 Washlnptou-su.
Room G.
\\T ANTED—MEN OF CHARACTER AND ABILITY.
*» wishing permanent, first-class, and lucrative
business, address. lor three r.ay&, E 34. Tribune office.
\\7 AM I.D-A MAN TO SELL BOOTS AND SHOES;
V une acquainted with the retail trade and cau
take measures preferred. Address E 10, Tribuueoffice.
\\r antkd-hcommercial travelers to sell
\?. rv i^P 1 ’*good£oncommission. Inquire at J.
A\._D. KELLEYS. 86 Madlsou-st.
»V ANTED—AGENTS-A RARE CHANCE TO ES
.* ’ tahlwu » permanent business and make money
h:m«mng nrst-clas* subscription books In clear torn-
I.'ry. y iilch will .w lusulsned to reliable, energetic men.
MOsiEn ARKEN. lu3 Mate-sL
ANTED—TRAVFXING SALESMEN MEMBERS
Masonic fraternity; good positions lor capable
Lost of references required. 163 LaSalle-*L,
Room 42. *
W ANTED—A MAX OF GOOD HABITS AND ONE
'* who understands all kinds or farm work; one
Hint can sow oats or srx-w Micd by hand: no others need
apply, call Monday, from 12 to »p. in., at 204 South
2>cspiatacs*sr.
AXTE r
..aTED-AX EXPERIENCED MAX TO SET UP
, ami emu* pewintr-macMnes; state traces wanted
*t}fJ :orc)t:remplo\Tnciir, or no attention •Rill be given*
Address i* in, jrlUuue office.
lUAMtD-AN KXI'tHT CANVASSING SALES
>» man (nomfier?); a bipthing without compel •
tion; good commission to right man. 3d Clark-st.
K'wn A *
\\‘AN TtU—Fn;»T-CI.ASS AGES’ IS FOR CliV
»1 and country to sell articles with pood profit and
Tcry ca?y sale, can be sold In every household. JONES
A CO.. JGS Dearborn-at.
ANTED—MEN TOSELL SOME NEW ARTICLES,
’ * chromes, stationer}', and notions; catalogue free
American Novelty Company. 18a State.?!,
V\: ANTED-A PARTY WITHOUT CHILDREN TO
» • take care of a block occupied by families; must
nc able to do necessary repairing and calclmlntuß. and
a* tend to rental of rooms and collections. Address F
7i, Tribune office. v
I\T ANTED—COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS TO SELL
v > a small, salable article. Also canvassers for city
and country. LOWELL A HAVNEK. 147 LaSalic-su
V\ T ANTED-A BOV TO DO ERRANDS AND MAKE
V » himself generally useful In a merchant tailoring
store; mast be intelligent and honest, and as such well
commended. Apply at 236 South Clark-su
"WANTED—AN EXPERIENCED SALESMAN IN
*» cigars for city trade; one who It acquainted, in-
ai«d able aud willing to drive a wagon; must
c:;nc well recommended. F 3S, Tribune office.
VITANT^D—SALESMAN WHO IS TRAVELING
i » for ifiillincry or dry goods to take a small line of
Samples on commission; give names of firms and route.
Aodrcss F Sif. Tribune office.
T\’ ANTED-A FIRST-CLASS ADVERTISING SO
• > Heitor Immediately. References required. T 68,
Tribune office, a
W.LVT£D-PEiULE HELP.
.Domestics*
"WASTED—A COMPETENT GIRL WITH GOOD
' > references to do second work and assist In tak
ing car*- uf children, inquire at 1048 Mlchlgun-av.
■\VANTKD-a GOOD GERMAN GIRL FOR GEN
* eral housowork. Good wages. 193 Calumct-av.
COMPETENT GIRL
•» for general housework, in a family* of two. Must
p;ve good references. Address i) 72. Tribune office'.
\vANTED-A GOOD DINING-ROOM GIRL: ALSO
** n kuchca-girl, at25C Ontarlo-st, North Side. Call
Monday,
VrANTED—A GERMAN GIRL *FOU GENERAL
v) housework lo a small private family. Apply at
200 Marshflcld*av.
I "ANTED—A WOMAN OR GIRL TO DO HOUSE
*» work lor mau aud wife; must be compcrent; rer
ereiiccs required. Address 1> 55. Tribune office.
\\'aNTKD—A GOOD GIRL TO DO GENERAL
>» homework- Call to-day at 492 Lake Park-av.,
near Thiny-first-ft. aud Lake-Front.
V'ANTED-A GERMAN GIRL THAT IS A GOOD
* * cook, washer, aud Ironer. 1125 Wabash-nv., cor
h'T_T\vcmy-ri‘ih*su
W ANTED-A YOUNG GIRL TO D~O GENERAL
• » housework in a small family; references rcoulred.
31. Drexcl Boulevard.
W ANTED— A GOOD GIRL TO DO GENERAL
JJ; housework at 1209 Indlona-av.
W-~ s ?£ D ;r A girl for general house-
German preferred: references required.
Apply at did W est Adams-al, ynm** of T.ttw»nin.
WAATED-FEiTIALE HELP.
Domestics—Continued.
T\Tanted— good Samaritan socif.tt. 173
’> East Kandolpb-et.. board $2 and s2.r*o a week
wort for women, and steady employment as assistant
in houseworkand sewfhgfor a woman with a daughter
old enough to go to school.
Wf ANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.;
t > German or Swede preferred. i>i7 Indtana»av.«
WTASTKD-A COMPETENT GIRL FOR SECOND
ti work and plain sewing, with cood reference. Ap
tcdgwlek-st., corner of Sophia, near Lincoln
TXT ANTED—A GOOD SMART GIRL AT 527 WEST
it VSashlneton.-st.
WANTED-A SCANDINAVIAN GIRL TO DO SEC
ond work la a small private family. A oply at 279
Ontarlo-st.
\\7 ANTED-A GIRIToB
tt cook, wash, and Iron. Address 1536 Butter
field-st. __
\T7ANTED^GOOD~GERMAN OR SWEDE FOR GEN
» V eral housework; private family. Apply at No.
18l6jVabash-av., comer Tblrty-fourth-st.
WANTED ageuman urswedisii girl for
»T kitchen and general housework. Apply at No. 56
East Washington-fit., Hoorn 11.
WANTED-A colored woman for gen
*» eral housework. Must be a good cook. Best or
references required. Call at 412 Snperlor-st., North
bide. ••
\\7 ANTED—A GERMAN OH SCANDINAVIAN
VV girl for kitchen and general housework. 140
Statc-sc., upstairs. ~
TirANTED-A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
VV work. References required. Apply at 660 Ful
tou-st,
WANTED— A GIRL TO DO GENERAL IIOUSE
work. Scandinavian preferred. its Oakley-ay.
ANTED—GIRL*FOK GENERAL HOUSEWORK
with references. 608 West Vanßuren-st. Call
Monday.
WANTED— GERMAN. SWEDE, OR NORWEGIAN
girl at once. 9 South Ada-st.
TVTANTED—AN HONEST, CAPABLE GIRL FOR
VV general housework In small family; references
required. Apply at 16 North Ada-st.
WANTED-A GOOD. RELIABLE GIRL TO COOK,
wash, and iron for a small family; no Irish want
ed. Apply at 13 East Van Buren-su, second floor.
\VANTED-GIRL FOR "GENERAL”HOUSE WORK:
VV good references required. Apply Monday at 1294
Pralrte-av.
TV STEADY. CAPABLE GIRL.
V V A poly Monday, between Ja. m. and 2p. m., at
28 Langley-av.
\i7ANTED—A GOOD GIRL TO DO GENERAL
VV housework in a family,of three. lsoßßucter
fleld-su
WANTED—A NEAT; TIDY GIRL FOR GENERAL
V V work In asmall family at 351 East uhlo-st.
\\7ANTED-A GIRL~ FOIT*GENERAL* HfHJSE-
V V work: must be a good cook and laundress; refer
ences required. 514 South Park-av,
WANTED— A GOOD GERMAN GIRL TO DO GEN*
• v cral housework In small family? references re*
qulrcd. 382 West Jackson-at.
XXTANTED-NEAT GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
> t wort. German or Scandinavian preferred. Apply
at 1530 South Dearboru-st., near Thirty-first.
WASTED— A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE*
%t work; German preferred. 428 Mlehigan-av.
\\t A NTKD—A FIRST-CLASS~ZOOK AND LAUN
> » drees In small private family. 153 South Robey. l
\\T AKTED-YOUN6"gl RLTO DO LIGHT HOUSE
* ? work In a family of three: wages small, but work
very light; references required. 587 Carroll-av.
TXfANTED—GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK,’AT 2GB
l t West Twclfth-st.; call Monday.
WANTED-AT THE WINDSOR HOUSE, 178
m Statc-sL, a good cook wbo understands meat
and pastry.
TX7 ANTED—A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
> t housework; good wages and a steady place. uit>
Fulton-st.
WANTED-COOK, WASHER, AND IRONEU;
German preferred. Apply Monday forenoon and
evening, i isi indiana-av.
TXT ANT ED—A NEAT, STRONG. PLEASANT GIRL
to do general Housework: must understand good
Call Monday at 1350 lndiaua-av.
WANTED— DINING-ROOM GIRL AND WAITRESS
_for private boarding-house. 830 Mlchlgan-av.
WANTED- A DINING-ROOM GIRITaT 245 Ca£
uinet-av.
X X/■ ANT ED—A GOOD GIRL TO DO SECOND WORK
y y and take charge of children. Reference required.
Call at lUKJ Waoash-av.
WANTED-A THOROUGHLY GOOD GIRL FOR
general housework. Call after 3n. m., at 954 Wa
bash-av.
WANTED— AN EFFICIENT GIRL FOR GEN-
eral housework. Apply at 227 Twcnty-flfth-st.
Xy*ANTED—GIRL TO DO WASHING, IRONING/
y i and help do housework, at ir*}fi North Statc-st,
ANTED-AGOOD GIRL _
yy work. Apply to-day at 205 Sedgwlek-su.up-sialrs.
\\t ANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE*
» work, Reference required. Callat4jfl-Hurlbut-
SL,.Sunday or Monday.
IX/ ANTED—IN AN ENGLISH FAMILY, A THOR
* * oughly competent cook; also housemaid who un
derstands waiting on table. Apply at No. 5 Gruveland
Park, opposite Douglas L Diversity.
V\7 ANTED—AT 211 SOUTH lIALSTED-ST., GIRL
*> for general house work In a small family. German
preferred.
WANTED-A GERMAN OB SWEDISH GIRL TO
do general housework. Call at 39 Archer-av.
XX7ANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK,
* » or one to assist. Apply at UW4 West Madison-st.
YXf ANTED—A WELT.-RECOMMENDED GIRU FOR
y y general housework. Call Monday morning, after
8 o’clock, ais>i West^Vasblngton-ht.
XX7ANTED-A GOOD GIRL TO DO LIGHT HOUSE
-1 > work and sewing. Apply at 431 West ilarriaon-st.
Monday morning. *
Seamstresses*
\T7ANTED—EXPERIENCED MACHINE GIRLS ON
»V coats; also.some good vestmakera; steady work.
Apply up-stairs, third door, to CLEMENT * SAVER.
416 to 421 Milwaukee-av.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS OPERATORS ON
» » shirts. Keep Manufacturing Company. 173 East
Madlson-st.
\\7 ANTED—EXPERIENCED HANDS, STITCHERS
>v and finishers on pants. Call Monday at 546 Wa
bash-av.
WANTED - EXPERIENCED SHIRT-MAKERS.
IILRSSELL * WHEAT, 361 West Madison.
\\7 ANTED—DRESSMAKING IN PART PAY FOR A
*» "pw cabinet organ or piano. Address E 72,Trib
une office.
W/ANTED— A FEW EXPERIENCED OVERALL
»f makers: hands capable of making good work all
through. 8t and 86 Market-sr.
WANTED— STITCHERS AND FIN Tsil ERS ~0 N
shirts; good pay. Room 3 Ewing Block, 20 North
Clark-K.
WANTED—A MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN TO SEW
» t and do small housework. Apply at French Res
taurant, 147 Dearborn-st.
WANTED—S FIRST-CLASS LADY OPERATORS
n on fine custom men’s shoes: none but the best
need apply. WM. KUitZENKNALEE, 1 39 Lake-st.
WANTED-TWO GOOD DRESSMAKERS AND
two good apprentices. 733 Wabosli-ar.fi
WANTEI)-IM.MEDiATELY~AT~ C«~ NORTH
Ciark-st., 100 experienced hands on cottonadc and
Jeans pants; also, for shirts, overalls, and jumpers.
Work delivered and called for.
WANTED— EXPERIENCED HANDS ON LADIES’
underwear with Wheeler* Wilson’s and Willcox *
Gibbs’ machines. SIEGEL, U., *Co., UsFifth-av.
nurses
WTANTED—A NEAT, STEADY GIRL TO TAKE
> t care of baby. Call at 21 St. JoUa's-placc.
TT7ANTED—AN AMERICAN OR GERMAN GIRL,
• • not under is years of age, to take charge of In
fant; must have experience and know how to sew well.
Apply at office of Revere House, corner North Clark
and Mlchigan-sts. Bring references.
WANTED— AT 1483 INDIANA-AV.—A GOOD RE
liable girl for nurse aud second work; must come
well recommended.
TVTAJTTED—A YOUNG GIUL NOT OVER 15 TO
» mind children andasslat acllpht housework. 193
Dcarborn-st.
WANTED— A NURSE GIRL-MUST BE OVER IC.
and well recommended. Apply .Monday morning
at southwest comer of Ashland-av. and AUams-su
iLaimarcsscs*
TTTANTED—AT SCO WEST MADISON-ST., A
11 first-class coliar-lroner- Steady work. Call
Monday.
WANTED-AT OUR LAUNDRV. NO. 7 FLOUR
noy-st,, one first-class shlrt-lroner: also a washer
woman that can wash clean. No Irish.
WANTED-ONE GOOD GIRL TO STARCH AT
»> laundry No. 152 Ch/capo-ar.
TirASTOJ— FIRST-CLASS SIIIRT-IRONERS AND
* > colssr-Rouerat WAVTE'S Laundry, 277 Statc-st.
WANTED —PEARL LAUNDRY, 323 SOUTH
Matc-tst.. 2 shin and collar ironcra, Istarcherand
washer, 1 for general work.
ISoiittckcecpers*
\TT ANTED-A WORKING HOUSEKEEPER THAT,
•I with the assistance of one servant, can take care
of and run a house where is a family of eight persons.
Address F 17, Tribune ofllcc.
Employment Aircnctcso
TT7ANTED-50 GIRLS IN PRIVATE FAMILIES;
» f highest wages paid; German preferred. Inquire
of MRS. P. REISS, 397 State-su
\\r ANTED—GOOD GERMAN AND SCANDINA
* > vlau girls for private f amilies, boarding-houses,
and hotels. Apply at G. DUSkE’S office, lUS Mllwau
kce-av.
miscellaneous*
WANTED— LADY CANVASSERS (FIRST-CLASS)
to sell an article needed by every lady; 55 to Sio
per day made easy. Call Monday at Room 1. No. 41
.^aSaJlc-st.
\\r.\NTED-A LADY CASHIER ABOUT SO YEARS
» > of age; must write a clear, legible band, make
good figures, correct in calculation, and accustomed to
count money correctly: must also possess a fair educa
tion; none without these oualltlesneedappiy. Address
1> 14, Tribune office.
WANTED-BINDERY girls to wrap NEWS
\> papers lor malting: large Job; begins Monday
morning. OSBORNE, warehouse. Morgan-su, near
Sixteenth. .
■WASTED-LADY TO WRITE IN OFFICE; ONE
« V wlio understands bookkeeping preferred: salary,
$5. Address in own handwriting, with references, D
85, Tribune office.
w ANTED-A YOUNG WOMAN. HEALTHY. AND
V\ of good form, to give attendance la medical bath
rooms. D 71, Tribune office. ■
WANTED - 30 LADIES TO CANVASS THE CITY;
>V experience not necessary; wages $lO per week.
Address c: 42, Tribune office.
ANTED” 4 GIRLS FROM 14 TO 16 YEARS OF
1l age on light work. GARFIELD MANUFAC
TURING COMP.-iNT. 59 West
\\T ANTED—E XPEUIE NCED FLOWER AND
\ V blossom makers, aud small or large girls to learn.
CASPARY BROS., 11>Jand HI Wabash-av.. up-stairs.
\\7ANTED-ENERGETIC AND INTELLIGENT
«I ladles of good address fora Ihrht aud permanent
position. good salurv or commission, to introduce
•• Bradices Allclaua” for the toilet. Apply after 4p.
m. any day. JAa. P._CLARK, G 8 East Adaras-eL
ThTtaNfED^-a”REFINED LADY TO SHOW EN-
V V graving* to ladies. If suited will pay $8 per week.
CS East Madlson-st., Room 12.
*\V7ANTED-A LADY OF FAIR EDUCATION IN
>T our subscription department; hours from ;) to 5
o'clock* and remuneration fair. £ 65* Tribane office.
the CHICAGO. TRIBUNE; SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 9, 1879—SIXTEEN PAGES.
WANTED-F£®AliE HELP.
Jttssccllaneous—Continued.
TYfANTED —VENTILATORS FOR. HAIK WORK AT
VV THOMPSON'S, !!lU_Wabash-av.
TT^ANTEIi—YOITNG LADIES TO STUD\ FOR THE
VV stage; references given; no April 1
about tbfi; engagements guaranteed. PRO*. FRANK
M. LINK. 173 Clark-st.
VT7 ANTED—A YOUNG LADY AS TRAVELING
W companion. South to New Orleans and Mobile on
Mardi Gras day. East to Now Icm and Boston, then
return toClilciso. One of lively disposition and good
cduimilon preferred. Address E 1)11, Tribune office.
VJ7~ANTED—GIRLS TO MAKE GENTS’ NECK
\V wear; only those having some experience need
opply. W. ii. liUULOCK & CO., nil and 213 Madison.
TT7 - ANTED—2S GIItLS TO LKARN ARTIFICIAL
W llowcrmakimr, and 25 experienced hands. Ap
l jar West Jaeksaa-st.
ply al
tTrXNYED—APPRENTICES FOR HAIRWOKK.
VV 513 West Madlsou-st. __
WANTED— LADIES AND GENTLEMEN AS CAN-
yagers for a good article, 209 Lnmibee-st.
SIXC/AXIOIVS WAJVXJEJD—^TIAX/E#
HooUUcepcrsi Clerics* &c,
CITUATION WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS SALES-
O man desires au engagement; A 1 city references.
Address C 27, Tribune oillce.
SITUATION WANTED-AS BOOKKEEPER. CASH
ler, collector, or correspondent; No. 1 reference
given; wages not so much an object as a steady situa
tion. Address B 56, Tribune oillce.
Situation wantkd-as salesman with
O some flrst-class house, to travel If desired. Salary
small until satisfied of ability. Best of references. Ad
dre-'SDSI, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A YOUNG MAN OF 19
O in grocery business, who speaks German and En
glish; best of reference given. C2U, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-1N A STORE. "BEST OF
reference given. Address 87, Tribune office.
cituation "want ed-as“bcToivlceepf:u. COL
fi lector, or as general clerk, by a reliable middle
aged man from the East; has bad many years of busi
ness experience; best of city references. Address D 90,
Triouueoffice.i
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN OF
17 who Is studying bookkeeping: Is quick at figures;
office or wholesale preferred. Address D4l, Tribune.
CITUATION WANTED—BY A YOUNG MAN WHO
O is a thorough accountant, with seven yeats* experi
ence, as bookkeep er or assistant,-or u clerkship ut any
kind. Address D 37. Trioune oUice. '
CITUATION WANTED-UY A YOUNG MAN, AS
O assistant bookkeeper or entry clerk; salary no ob
ject. Address D 34, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BV THOROUGH, EXPERl
enced bookkeeper and correspondent; best city ref
erences: salary SGOO per'annum. Address D l, t ribune.
CITUATION WANTED-BY A MAN OF 10 YEARS*
O experience as an abstracter, bookkeeper, or secre
tary; will loan Si.mo without Interest to party that
will give suitable employment. Address D 80, Trib
une otQcc.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN (18);
O two years’ experience'll! grocery business: living
with his folks; first-class relerences. A 3, Tribune.^
SITUATION WANTED—A GENTLEMAN OF 29,
experienced in ofllce-work, desires a situation; good
bookkeeper, correspondent, and collector; first-class
references. D 83, Trloune ofllce.
SITUATION WANTED—AS BOOKKEEPER. CITY
collector, or auv place of trust by a middle-aged
man. Best of city and country reference. Can give
sAmrity. Will work for a moderate salary. Address
K 9, Tribune ofllce. f _
SITUATION WANTED-A BOOKKEEPER OF
long experience wishes to write up n set of books
evenings. Bestofrctercnccs. Address E 88. Tribune.
SIT UATToNWANT Eli—B V A BOOkkEEPkItOF
lung experience, undoubted ability, and unexcept
ional references, lu a wholesale house. Address ESI,
Tribune oillce.
SITUATION WANTED A COMPETENT Ac
countant engaged during the day would like a set of
books to keep evenings, or evening work on mixed and
intricate accounts. Address E 7, Tribune ofilce.
SITUATION WANTED—AS CLERK: NOT AFRAID
O of hard work or long hours; good penman; Amer
ican; aged 21; will work cheap. Best of reference.
Address F 30, Tribune ofilce.
SITUATION WANTED—AS BOOKKEEPER. Oil
O any other position where a man of 40 years* experi
ence could make himself available. Address F 43,
Tribune ofllce.
SITUATION WANTED—AN EXPERIENCED BOOK
keeper, entry or bill clerk desires to make a
change, can give good references. F3l, 'tribune.
SIfUATION WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE
.lewisli young man to go Into the country: under
stands clothing. dry goods, bdots, shoes, fancy goods,
etc.: justified reference given. Address E Bb, Tribune.
S'TTUATION- WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN OF
l« years of age. strung and healthy, with a good
education, and willing to work, in some wholesale
house or manufactory. Address O. E. All., care Sin
clair Bros., 288 state-st,, city.
SITU ATI ON ~WANTEIJ-WITH A LUMBER FIRM
as shlppluc-clerk or salesman, or would manage a
country yard; 25 years’ experience: salary liberal. Ad
dres*C u W, care Carrier No. 10, S. \V. D., I*, o.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A BOOKKEEPER OF
14 years’ experience lu all branches of otlice work;
rapid, accurate, and good penman; the most satisfacto
ry evidence as to ability, adaptability, and perfect
responsibility from present employer and city whole
sale trade: wants engagement with wholesale house in
any line, lumbering company, or manufacturing cs
taulishment. FbC. Tribune ofllce.
'jTaacso
SITUATION WANTED-IN A FIRST-CLASS ME»-
O chant tailoring establishment by a first-class cutter:
reference, EDWARD ELY & C(5., Wiibosh-av. and
Monroe-su
CITUATION’ WASTED —T6 TAILORS AND
O Clothiers—A young man wishing to learn the cut
ting of gents’ garments would bo willing to give part
services as clerk. Address C 50, Tribune ottice.
OITUATION-WAXTED-BY a YOUNG MAN WITH
O two years’ experience at watchmaking to finish
learning the trade. Very low salary expected. Ad
dressDTG. Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A FIRST-CLASS CAR
riage painter of 15 years’ experience; will take shop
at piece-work or by the day; satisfaction guaranteed:
cau give the best of reference. Address CARRIAGE
PAINTER, C 18. TrlDuneoffice.
SITUATION WANTED-BY JEWELER AT RE-
O pairing, for board or equivalent, where practice at
clocks is obtained. Address E SU, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—CI A FIRST-CLASS CUT
tcr o f good address and an experience of 9 years;
will furnish reference from first-class tailoring houses;
open for engagement March I, wu. Address for two
weeks H M, care of Field. Benedict *Co., Chicago.
QITUATION WANTED—AN EDUCATED ME-
O chanical engineer of many years’ cxncrlencc with
machinery generally, desires an engagement with a
first-class house to travel. Address for one week
ENGINEER, E 25. Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—BY AN EXPERIENCED
O first-class custom cutter, with large acquaintance.
In some good merehaut-talloring establishment. Ad
dress CUTTER, care of Carrier 29.
SITUATION WANTED-BY AN EXPERIENCED
gardener. Best of references. Address Box G 3. Lake
Forest, 11L .
S' ITUATION WANTED-BY A FIRST-CLASS CAB
inctmaker In a furniture store or factory. Please
send address within five days. E 11, Tribune office.
C ITUATION WANTED—A STEADY FIRST-CLASS
O ornamental painter and Jupanncr good in all
branches, wishes a situation. Address 30s Divlslon-st.
SITUATION WANTED-THE SON OF“a*DECEAS-
O ed watchmaker wishes to learn the trade. Ad
dress 3CS. Dlvislon-st.
SITUATION WANTED—A FIRST-CLASS SHIRT
cutter, custom or stock; ir» years* experience In
Paris. London, and New York. Good references. Ad
dress F o. Tribune office,
Goaclisucn* Teamsters* &c»
SITUATION WANTED-BY A DANK AS COACH-
O man in a private family,'who understands h!s bus
iness, taking care of horses, carriages, and harness,
and is a good, careful driver; best city references.
Address D 21. Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-AS COACHMAN BT A
O trustworthy man; over seven years’ recommenda
tion from his last employer. 1) ICO, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—AS COACHMAN (EN*
push;; sober and steady; two years’ pood refer
ences irom last place. Address K ne, Tribune office, or
law South Doarborn-sU
CITCJATTON WANTED—ur FIRST-CLASS coacii-
O man. In private family; city reference. Address
JOHN, In rear of 10. U Trairlc-av.. for two days.
SITUATION WANTED—BY AN ENGLISHMAN AS
coachman, etc., and Is a practical gardener; low
wages, with undeniable referenced. Address F 100,
Tribune ollice.
SITUATION WANTED-AS COACHMAN BV A
steady, sober, and Industrious man. lean furnish
satisfactory reference, ITeasc address F 4, Tribune.
CITUATION WANTED-AS COACHMAN IN PRI-
O rate family. As recards character can give best
references. Address itjs East Division-fit.
iTHsccllancous*
QITUATION WANTED-AS TEACHER, BT A
O young gentleman who lias a practical Knowledge
of the English. German. French, and Latin languages,
in a icspectaole private family or a school; references
given Jf desired. Address GEORGE SaXING. Han
over Centre, Lake county, ImL, carcof Rev. Wm. Berg.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A GENTLEMAN
from England, age 35; has a larirc experience in
the wholesale face trade, both buying and selling. Ad
dress D. R. LEAN. Forty-fourtb-si., Pittsburg, Pa.
S‘ ITUATION WANTED-NEWSPAPERS. MAGA
zincs—As traveling correspondent by a literary gen
tleman. References. Address Dt>4, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY AN EXPERIENCED
O mamifaciurer. Is competent nnd willing to take
most any iK/sitlonln a manufacturing csiaollshmeut
where he can get a fair compensation for services. Ref
erences first-class. DB2, Tribune office. *
SITUATION WANTED—AGENCIES FOP. GER-
O many from exporters and manufacturers by a Ger
man merchant of laigu experience going to Europe to
establish a commission business in the western part of
Germany. Best of references given. Address C ti.
Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—I WANT A SITUATION
suitable for a young man 17 years of age. Am will
lug to woi k for smalt wages at first. Give me a trial.
H. V>*. CH ALLIS. 233 Thirty-first-at.
SITUATION WANTED-TO TRAVEL FOR SOME
reliable wholesale house, by a competent business
man. possessing an extensive and unusually favorable
personal acquaintance la the West; satlsfactorv refer
ences f urnished. Address N., care P, u. Box 14,
Chicago, HI. .
SITUATION' WANTED-AS SHORT-HAND AMAN
uenscs; best of references. Address O la. Tribune.
SITUATION WANTED-I WANT WORK FROM AN
O office down to light Libor. I’iease call or address C.
BENDER. 219 llllnois-at.
SITUATION WANTED-A COMMERCIAL SALES-
O man. with long experience on the road, strictly
temperate, capable, nnd reliable. Is open for an en
gagement: none but flrat-cla?s houses who are willing
to pay a fair salary for a competent man need answer.
Address fc 77, Tnmiuc office.
SITUATION WAXTED—WH OLESALB CLOTHING
O dealers—A salesman desires to represent a good
house la Colorado. Address E 66, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A COLORED COY OF
17, capable of taking tare of horses. Address Z
44. Tribute orfice. •**
SITUATION WANTED-CY A GENTLEMAN OF
O thorough literary aud business training. Salary’ to
suit tae times. Address F 25. Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A YOUNG MAN. 23
O years of age, reliable, temperate. e:c.. at anything
respectable. Address F 48, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—BY APRACTICAL FARM
er to take charge of and work a farm. .Address for
three days FARMER. No. l Blue Island-ay.
SITCAIIqys WAJiTEI^FJ
Domestics.
(SITUATION'S TVAXTF.I)— OOOI) SAMARITAN SO-
O cicts*, 173 East Ramiulph-st.— All tlmlsof work to
be done by women and Kiris of all nailonalitles, well
recommended, applying 10 the Society for employ
ment. . __ .
Situation wanted— by a reliable girl.
to do second*work: good wages expected; geod ref
erence. Call Monday at 1571 Wcntworth-av.
situation wanted— by a competent girl
O as cook in a private family; best city reference.
Call Monday at 476 West Indlana-st.
dituation"wanted-by'a“toung lady, to
O do general housework or second-work; lately from
Boston. Apply at 530 South Morgan-st.
SITUATION WANTED—BY AN EXPERIENCED,
O well-recommcndca Swedish second-girl lu private
American family. 270 East Dlvlslon-st.
SITUATION WANTED-BV A COMPETENT GIRL,
O to do second* work or chamber-work. Please call or
address 32 Otls-at.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A COMPETENT GIRL
O to do general housework In a small private family;
good references. Call at 52 ilarmon-court. _
SITUATIONS wanted— by two girls to do
O dining-room or chamber work. Apply at 108 West
Van bureu-sc. •
SITUATION WANTED-BY AN EXPERIENCED
O Swedish girl to do general housework or cook; can
give good references. Call alter Sunday at i9JLarra-
up-stalre.. ,j_
OITUAITONWANtED—BY A COMPETENT GIRL
O to do General housework where a second girl Is
kept. Call at former place. 33d indlana-st.
QITULTION WANTED-BV* A COMPETENT GIRL
O to do cooking, washing, and Ironing In a first-class
family. Call for two days at 35 Bremer-st.
QITUATION WANTED—BY AN AMERICAN GIRL
O as cook or second girl, and sewing. No objections
to housework, cull at 146 West Van buren-s;.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A DANISH GIRL IN A
small family to do general housework. Best ref
erence. Call at 133 West Indlana-st.
'SITUATION WANTED-BY AGIRLTO DO HOUSE-
O work In a small family. Pleaac'call at 143 Forquer
st., Jtortwo days. *
situation wanted-by a girl who is
O willing to do any kind of general housework, with
a respectable family. Address SARAH MoVEY. 553
Elstou-nv. »
SITUATION WANTED - BY A SWEDISH GIRL
lor general housework 110 Oniarlu-st.
CITUATION WANTED—ItY A SWEDISH COOK.
O competent, neat, and recommemlcd. la a private
American family. 276 East ulvlsluu-st., uiJ-»talrs.__
SITUATION WANTED-BY A FIRST-CLASS .M EAT
O or pastry cook in hotel or bourdlng-house. Call at
U3Elghtecuth-st., In rear, up-stairs.
CITUAT 11)N WANTED—BY A GOOD NORWEGIAN
O girl, to do general housework lu a email American
family. Please call for two days at 523 West Erlo-su,
la rear.
bITUATION WANTED-BY A COMPETENT GIRL
to do cooking in a private family; no washing. Cal)
at 77 Lust iudlana-»t., on Sunday and Monday.
CITUATION WANTED—BI’ A YOUNG GIRL TO
O do second-work and sewing, or would take cure of
Please call ut4lG Wabiiah-av.
A RESPECTABLE
O German girl, lu a private family; North bide pre
ferred. Please call at 20G Fultou-st.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A CANADIAN GIRL,
O lor general housework or second work. Please call
at 4DU Park-uv., A Vest bide.
SITUATION -WANTED—BY A YOUNG GIRL, TO
do second work or housework, lu a small family.
Call Monday at 3»3 Jelfersuu-st.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG
girl to do second-work and sew, or would assist in
housework. Please call for two days ut im Went
worth-av._Bc*tof rercreuccsgivcmf requited.
SITUATION WANTHD-BV A RESPECTABLE
O girl to do general housework in a small family. Call
lor two days at no. b Plltceuth-st.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A COMPETENT GIRL
to cook, wash or iron, or general housework lu a
small pilvutc family. 421 liarnson-su *
SITUATION WANTED-UY A RESPECTABLE
German girl to do general housework; Isa good
cook, washer, and Ironcr. Address 177 Porquer-st.
SITUATION WANTED—AS COOK ON A LAKE
vessel by a colored woman. Address 182 Thlrd-av.,
near Dearooru-st. bide, lu basement. •
SITUATION WANTED-BY‘a YOUNG SCANDI-
O navlan girl to do second work or general housework
luatamuy or two. Call Mouuay at IGI Wesson-st.,
back of the house, up-stairs.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE
young girl, Just arrived from theaEust, to do second
work or uoiwework in api Irate family. Call or address
225 Maln-st., near Archer-av. __
SITUATION WANT ED—BY A GOOD PROTESTANT
O woman for any work lu a family, city or country.
Call at 210 West Polk-st., In rear.
SITUATION WANTED-BY Aj SWEDISH GIRL
for general housework. Apply at 123 Ellis-av.
SITUATION WANTED-BY GOOD GEItUAN GIRL
for general housework or second work. Please coil'
at 22G North Clark-su, Room 7.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A FIRST-CLASS DISH-
O washer who has just come from New York. Call
at&ftinuJaQa-av.
SITUATIONS WANTED-BY TWO RESPECTABLE
O girls In a private family, one ai cook and the other
to do second work; rcK-reuce If required. Address tor
two days 33S South Cllmou-st.. down-stairs, lu front.
SITUATIONS WANTED-BY FIRST-CLASS COOK
and second girl; best of reference. Call Monday
and Tuesday at 202 south Clintou-st. f
SITUATION WANTED-BY A GOOD COLORED
girl to do general housework lu the city. Call at
210 Thlrd-av., up-siahs, Monday and Tuesday.
QITUATION~WANTED—BY~A COLORED GIRL IN
O private family as cook or general housework. Cull
at4o4 Mudlauu-st., In, rear.
SITUATIONS WANTED—BY TWO SWEDISH
girls in private families to go general housework.
Please call Monday at GG East Cbicago-av.
SITUATION WANTED—EXPERIENCED COOK
and second girl; city or country; furnished room
for girl; Si a week. 775 Wabash-av.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A FRENCH WOMAN
Co cook and do general housework. 42 Cornell-at.
QITU ATIUN WANTED-BY A SWEDISH GIRL FOR
O general housework In a private family. Call at
1487 Weutworth-av,
SITUATION WANTED—BY A RESPECTABLE
Protestant girl for second or light housework. Cull
at 302 South Parlc-av. on Mommy.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A GERMAN GIRL TO
do second work._ Callout 502 West Superior-fit.
oYtUATION WANTEU—nV A~GERMAN GIRL TO
O do second worker in small family. Inquire at 380
Chlcago-av.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A * RESPECTABLE
German girl to do second work or take care of one
or two children. Call at 030 Mllwaukee-uv.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A GERMAN GIRL IN
O an American family to cook, wash und iron: North
Side preferred. Please call Monday at KO Sedgwlck-at.
Situations wanted—by two girls,,one to
general housework, and one to do second work.
Please coll at -13 Johusuu-st. 4
Situation wanted-by a respectable
girl to do second work or lignt housework; good
references if required. CallMonuayat 121 C Prulrlc-av.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A STRONG GERMAN
Pi girl to do general or kitchen work in American
family; two years’references. 70S Cottage Grovc-av.
Noposialg.
SITUATION WANTED -BY A RESPECTABLE
girl to do second work or general housework. Please
call for twodays at 701 Mtchlgau-uv.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A COMPETENT GIRL
O to cook. wash, und iron or to do general housework.
Call at Ibß Twcnty-slxth-st., near State.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A GOOD SECOND
girl; the best of references can bo given. Call at
lOTOHuitcrndd-st. No postals answered.
SITUATIONS WANTED-BY A COMPETENT
O woman to do second work and sewing; also by a
young girl to take care of a baby; good references.
Call Monday at i>.rj Prairie-av.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A RELIABLE, INDUS
ttiuns girl, thoroughly competent cook, first-class
laundress; will do general housework In small famoy;
references very best. Call ut 21;* Calmnct-av.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A COMPETENT GIRL
O for general housework; best of reference. Call at
08 Twcnty-nlnth-st.
SITUATION WANTED—IN A GENTEEL PRIVATE
family by an experienced cook and laundress: refer
ences from last employer. Call Monday at 258 Calumet
av. No postals.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A NO. I COOK AND
second girl; best of city references. Call at 1010
Buttcrfield-st., Monday.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A FIRST-CLASS GIRL
as cook and laundress or general housework, city or
country. G3l atate-st.
SITUATION WANTED-FOR COOKING OR GEN
eral work In nice small family, by a reliable Prot
estant Welsh girl; references. 142 Twuntieth-st.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A RELIABLE PERSON
O as laundress ami cook: not afraid to work. 310
South Park-av.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A* RESPECTABLE
O girl as tlrst-closicook In private faintUv.ibe best
of references given If required. Piease call at 555
Larrabec-sL
SITUATION WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE
O girl as first class cook in private family; good
city reference given If required. North side pre
ferred. Please call at .*5 Delawarc-plate.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A PARISIAN FRENCH
O girl to do second work or lady’s maid. Please call
170 West Polk-st.
SITUATION WANTED—FIRST-CLASS COOK:
hotel or boarding-house; good reference. Apply
at GG West Washlngton-st.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A* "RESPECTABLE
O irirl to do general housework In a small private
family. Please cail at 14 North Curtls-st.
SITUATION WANTED-BY* A RESPECTABLE
colored woman as cook or to take care of children;
West Side preferred. Csiil or address for three days
2U5 South Llartt-sc.. basement.
SITUATION ■VVANTEIS‘-BY A GOOD. WILLING
O German girl as cook and laundress or general work.
Call Monday at H 2 'i wentictn-at.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A GERMAN GIRL TO
do second or general housework/ Please call Mon
day and Tuesday at 288 North Rush-st.; reference If
required.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A WOMAN TO COOK
In a buardlng-housc or restaurant; best reference.
416 Wabash-av. •
CITUATION WANTED-BY AN EXPERIENCED
O girl to do the work of a small family. Call for three
days at 30 SmUu-ES.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A COMPETENT GIRL
to do general homework or cooking, in a first
class family. Address B. it.. Tribune Branch olflee,
123 Twenty-sceond-st. ~
SITUATION WANTED-BY AN EXTRA NICE
p Swede girl to do general housework; with the
beat of city reference. r& Tvvcntletn-st.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A COMPETENT GIRL
to cook, wash, and Iron, or general housework.
Call at S3M Wabaah-av., Sunday.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A COMPETENT GIRL
to cook, wash, and Iron, or general housework. In
small family, near HD East Elgbteenth-at.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A CANADIAN GIRL
O Rs tlm-class cook, washer, and Irouerj for general
homework. Please call Monday at MRS. BROWN, 743
Mudlson-sc.
Nurses*
CITUATTON WANTED-DY A MIDDLE-AGED
O competent German to take enanre of a baby and
sew; good references. 1063 Dearboru-st.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A FRENCH GIRL TO
nurse children and sew. or would do second work;
bcstrcferences. 416 Waoash-av-
SfiTTPATTIOKS WANTED—FK
Nuraeo—Continued.
CITDATIOS WANTED —BV A
O young woman lately arrived from inland, cxie
rleucod child's aurno or chamber wort. Call for a wcea.
at iT-’C Abcr Jeen-st. *
’EITL9XE.
CITUATION .WANTED—BY A ASPECT A ISLE
O woman as nurse, capable of caring for a baby from
Infancy; bestfclty references. Call at 223 Jeucrsoa-at.
SITUATION A COMPETENT YOUNG
woman to lake full charge of a baby in a first-class
private family; best of city references. Call at 11/
North Market-st. .
Situation wanted-by middle-aged wom
an as nurse to wait on any kind of sickness, or to ao
housework In a small family. Please call for two days
at 305 Michigan-fit.
SITUATION WANTED—BY AN EXPERIENCED
nurse, to take-entire charge of bottle-fed Infant.
Good reference. A. M., Lake Forest, 111., BoxQ4.
CITUATION WANTED—BY~A YOUNG, HEALTHY.
O man-led. colored lady as wet-nurse. Apply at 253
Fourth-av-, Room 7.
Situation" wanted— by a healthy, p.e
liable young woman as nurse to an Invalid lady.
Call for two days at 73 East indlnua-st. ,
SITUATION WANTED-BY A WIDOW TO TAKE
care of an Invalid lady and be generally useful. A
good home more of an object than wages. Best refer
ences given. E 5, Tribune olhee.
SITUATION WANTED -BY A COMPETENT
girl, lu u private family or with a lady that boards,
to take care of children and do their sewing. Address
K 23. Tribune omcc.
QITUATION WANTED—IN A PRIVATE FAMILY
O by a first-class dressmaker who understands her
business t horoughly and cun give the best of references:
undersiunas children's clothes also, coll or address
CO2 Statc-st., third lloor.
S' ITU ATION’WANTED-BY A COMPETENT SEAM
stress, and to assist lu light work. 52 Vlncennes-av.
OITUATIONWANTED—AS~SEAMSTRESS, OR TO
O take care of children. Good reference. Cull for
one week at 505 State-st.
CITUATION WANTED—TO MAKE DRESSES AND
O children's clothes in families. Can furnish machine
and plniicr. S 5 per week. Address DRESSMAKER,
270 South
Situation” wanted-to do dressmaking
ami family sewing; Isa good litter and trimmer.
137 West Mouroe-st.
CITUATION WANTED—A SEAMSTRESS WOULD
O .like three more families to do sowing by the week.
Call at42l Oak-sc. No cards.
omLvrioN WANn’ED-RYACOMPETENTDRKSS
ia maker In Private families, at Sl.Uu per day. Ad
dress F t»4, Tribune ofilce.
SITUATION WANTED—AS SEAMSTRESS IN
families, or work on dressmaking. Terms $3.00
per week. Address r 85. Tribune ofilce.
llouseKecpcrs*
SITUATION WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS HOUSE
keeper wishes to get a good situation. Reference
at No. 121 North WclU-st., up-stalrs.
OITCATION WANTED —BY AN INTELLIGENT
n middle-aged widow lady, as housekeeper for wid
ower. A pleasant home more of an objecc tlmn
salary. Can give good references. Address D 74,Trib
une oihee. ______
SITUATION WANTED-BY A GERMAN LADY,
klmlergartncrln. ns such, companion, or assistant
housekeeper, in return fora home. D 3ft. Tribune.
dITUATIOjr'IVAXTBD-By APKOTKSTAST WOM-
O an sis housekeeper or cook In private family; best
of references given. _ Call_ac 103 East Jhtifaua-sc.
o'ITOATION"WANTED-BY A WIDOW LADY AS
Of housekeeper in a widower’s family: no objection to
children. Call, or address, GG2 Madlaon-st.
Employment Aircncfcs*
SITUATIONS WANTED FAMILIES IN NEED
of good bcandlnavlan or Gennuu female Jiclp can be
supplied atG. DUsKE'S otllcc, lus Mllwaukee-av.
SITUATIONS WANTED —FAMILIES WANTING
O help for housework call at MISS CUNNINGHAM’S
ofhee, 449 Dlvlslou-st.
SITUATIONS WANTED—FAMILIES, HOTELS—
iO city and country furnished help; all nationalities;
fee r.o cents; girls boarded. Mrs. O’NEILL. lu3 West
Adams-BL ■
SITUATIONS WANTED-FAMILIES AND HOTELS
In want of Ilrst-clnsi help will be supplied at short
notice at Mrs. DEARIEN’S. 41G Wabash-av. German
and Swede and other nationalities. All orders Ailed
with care.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG LADY AS
shorthand amanuensis; best of references fur
nished. Address C 18, Tribune office. ;
CITU.Vri()N~^VANTED—IN l EN DAYS AS COM-
O panion. housekeeper, or charge of Ifnen-room In
hotel; do not want to leave city; best of reference giv
en. Address 88. Tribune cilice.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG LADY TO DO
writing; Is willing to write ut office or home; latter
preferred. Address D 17, Tribune oldcc.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A LADY OF 25-A
O nractlenlrtoublc-entry bookkeeper, pood penman,
desires a situation as bookkeeper, cashier, or copyist.
Address E 15, Tribune otllcc.
OITUATION WANTED—IN AN OFFICE AS COPY-
O Ist or correspondent bv a young lady of several
years’ experience. Andress K 40. Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A LADY, TO DO COPY-
O Ing evenings, at home or elsewhere. Address P 35,
Tribune office. -
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG LADYSO3O
is competent of taking charge of a correspondrwe;
Is quick at figures, and has had some experience In
short-hand writing; in an otllcc: good references. Ad
dress E it* Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A YOUNG LADY OF
some experience as assistant bookkeeper, cashier, or
copyist: references given if required. Address E 31,
Tribune oiUcc.
QITUATION WANTED—AS CASHIER OR IN AN
O ofllcc bva competent youn&, ladj*. Address F 76,
Tribune oUicc.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A GERMAN LADY
O who has been In England as companion and cor*
erness. wishes la meet with a similar engagement;
good references given. F7l >, Tribune odice.
FOP. SALE-SEVERAL GOOD FRAME-HOUSES,TO
be moved. I.OVEJOY & WATKINS. Real Estate
and House-Renting Agency, 221 West Madison-at.
I?OR SALE-GAME CHICKENS, AS FINE AS ANY
- In the .United States: will sell cheap; have no good
place to keep same. Address li. G. M., ill and 113
East Lake-sc.
I7OR SALE-MEMBERSHIP OF CHICAGO BOARD
? of Trade. Address E 28, Tribune ortice.
For sale-silver-plated tableware at
slaughter. Agent will call on parries and show
same. Agents wanted. D OU. Tribune odice.
T7OR SALE CHEAP - HANDSOME * UPRIGHT
i. ccnlft show-case. and otherstore fixtures. UOTCII*
KIN, PALMER CO., 137 State-st.
For sale-to pay ciiahgks-three phar
lons, two lumber-wagons, lot vinegar-tubs. two
large iron kettles, and lots of useful articles. Ware
house ICO West Mooroc-st.
For sale-i will have in Tins week very
special bargains to offer in a fine lot of table cut
lery. The best bargains I have offered la that Hue. A.
W. WHEELER, 141 l.akc-st.
I7OR SALK—I,2OO DOE FIRE-SHOVELS AT A LOW
price to the trade; 100 grs stove-lifters cheap. A.
W. WHEELER, 141 Lakc-St.
TX)R SALE—NICE SHELVING, COUNTERS, TA-
A bles, and schowca-es, very cheap, at 987 West
Mndlson-st.
T?OR SALE-TWO HOT-AIR FURNACES, SIX TO
J;_cight registers, very cheap. Address Fl, Trtbuue.
T?OR SALE—CHEAP—THREE GOOD - BILLIARD*
X tables, complete; one $00; two 15-ball pool-tables,
good us new. 231 Flfth-av.
I?OR SALE-ONK PELTZER’S ATLAS OF CHICA
. go, and Dobson’s Towns of Hyde Park, Calumet,
and Lake, brought down 10 date: believed to be me
most valuable set In the city, THOMPSON is STEELE,
lot Washlngton-st.
170 R SALK-3 OUTSIDE SHOW-CASES. 5.% SW,
and Sis each, worth double; also 4-foot silver
plated case, $8; 0-foot walnut csisc, sls. first-class; 2
gas-fixtures, S 5 each; and several counters at low
figures; want the room for another set more suitable
for our business. All are bargains. 103 Dcarborn-st.
J7OR SALK-A LOT OP SCRUB-BRUSHES. 45c. 60c,
. 7*»cand $1 per dor.; shoe-brnsdies, 75c and SI per
doz. A. W. WHEELER. Ml Lukc-st.
170 R SALE-A LOT OF WHITE CHALK, 25c PER
1 box; slate-pencils, Isc per 100. A. \V. WHEEL
ER, HI Lake-st.
I?OB SALE-A 3 MONTHS’ CERTIFICATE IN BRY
ant & Stratton's Business College. Win sell at a
discount. Please address F 95; Tribune office.
170 R SALK-SEVERAL EXCELLENT MILCH
1 cows, one extra large milker. BRAIN KRD, north
west corner Korty-eighth-st. and Woodlawn-av.
}7OR SALE-BUTCHERS CALL AND EXAMINE
; our portable fixtures and ice-houses before fitting
up; tools and machinery of all kinds. MATHESON fi;
CO., 78 West Van Burcn-st.
Foi: SALE—A THOROUGHBRED SKTK-TERRIFR
dog is months old: price, $lO. Address D 26, Trib
une ©nice.
1' ?01i SALE-300 DOZ 6-QUART MILK-PANS. SI
perdoz; loodozdlsh-paos cheap. A. W. WHEEL
ER. 141 Lake-st.
T7OU SALE—A LOT OF KNOX FLUTERS, $3
X each; kulfe-plallers, 50ceach. A. W. WHEELER.
I ll Lake-st. - *
For sale-a lot of cuspadohes at 53 per
Uoz: fancy howls and pitchers at a bargain. A. W.
WHEELER. HI Lake-st.
T7 0R SALE-A LOI OF NICKEL-PLATED RE-
X velvets, steel barrels and good goods. 5i,25; com
mon ones at i)sc. A. W. WHEELER. HI Lake-st.
tfOll SALE-A LOT OF FINE FIRST-CLASS
X clqthes-wrlngerm $4 each, for this week only.
A.M. WHEELER, HI Lake-st.
T7OR SALE—A LARGE LOT OF BUTCHERS"
X saw;* and cleavers at a bargain; a lot of buck-saws
SOccach. A. W. WHEELER. 141 Lake-at.
I?0R SAI.K-A LOT OF RATCHET-BRACES, $1.23;
60t»d braces, sqc and 75c; auger-bins. $2.30 per
set. A._W. W HEELER. Hj Lake-st.
TfOl/SALK-A LARGE"I6t‘oF 1-FOOT AND 2-
X font rules, and a large stock of cast shears and
steel shears cheap. x_W. WHEELER, 141 Lake-st.
SALEXSEVERAL VERY FINE BRED BLACK
tr „ anJ ~ nil u 33, from 2 months to 2 years old, cheap.
T. EDWARDS, 1030 West Madboa-st.
For sale-or to exchange for*" personal
property, two autograph letters of President George
Washington. E 18, Trluunc olliec.
For sale—bargain for cash ok easy pay
meuls. new barbers* chairs, patent revolving, very
line. PARRY, 272 East Macllson-si.
SALE—AN IMMENSE STOCK OF PRESSED
X tin ware and.lananncd ware; 2,oooporcelain kettles
and sauce-pans less than factor}' cost. A. W. WHEEL
fiII. Hi Lake-st.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
FOR SALE-A FINK JULES JURGENSEN WATCH,
cost $330, for SJ3-'»; also a line Howard forsl2s: a
hnc diamond stud, one-karat stone, for $75. cost one
year ago §150; a tine nine-stone diamond ring, coat
£175, lor $73. Call at W. H. EDGAR’S, 124 Twcuty
eecund-st.
l?OR SALE—A JURGEUSEN WATCH; ALL THE
X latest Improvements; cheap for cash. Address F
67, Tribune Office. t
T'OR SALE—I HAVE IN PAWN A CLUSTER DIA-
X momi ring and gent's gold watch; will sell tickets
cheap.* AddrcssO 15, Tribune otllce.
TL’OR SALE-ELEGANT GOLD HUNTING WATCH
X left with me for sale; abargaln. J. KOFF, 140 La-
Sallc-st., corner Madison.
FOR SALE-AT a BARGAIN-ONE PATEK. PIIIL-
Ippc & Co. flyback watch ami two fine
cluster diamond rings. 224 South Clark-ac, Room 3.
ihxaug*
Seamstresses*
miscellaneous.
FOR SALE.
TO EXCHANGE.
A ITT OKB HAVING SHOW-CASES OR FINE
black walnut store fixture to exchange for shins
made to order, underwear, or furnishing goods, please
address F 2, Tribune otiicc,
I7XCHANGE— HOUSE FOR WEST
i) Side property! alnOTvant city or acre property, un
improved. for cash "aud exchange. Address J, 11103
West lladlaou-Bt. ;
Exchange— kew piano ok organ for lum
ber, brick, carpenter or mason work. Apply to
KUGQ, 191 State-st.
Exchange— large brick buildings suit*
able for stores or manufactory In c\ty of 16.000
Inhabitants on Illinois Canal. Address B 55. Tribune.
T7OR’EXCHANGE-GOOD IMPROVED FARM OR
r CUT property and 25 per cent cash for a good stock
of general merchandise or boots and shoes, cither In the
city or country, from $5,000 to SCO. 000. Address L> 65,
Tribune office- _ „
oTTYxchange-tiiree-story AND BASE
ment stone-xront residence on Indlana-av., south
of Thlrty-llrst-st.; incumbrance. 7 per cent: will take
good Western lands lor equity. Address h. 27, Ti ID*
une office. ; . :
I7OR EXCHANGE—OR FOR SALE—TWO LOTS IN
Jc ilomejvooa. F, LESTEIL 57 Lake-st.
Farm. - goods, on building material for
equity of
ing; will assume. Yl, Tribune olllce.l
TX)U EXCHANGE—A BEAUTIFUL SUBURBAN
r residence, with 80 acres of rich lamL wlth wood,
water, and fruit In abundance, and b«C barns in the
county, within miles of the lost-OlDcc of Rock
ford, 111.; would be exchanged for
In Cnicago, worth $10.030. A. M. 1111 T. 59 Dearborn.
T?OF{ "EXCHANGE—A GOOD IMPROVED FARM
JC of 200 acres, oue mile from Clay City. 111., on phjo
& Mississippi Railroad, House, barn, and orchard. .5
acres In wheat and meadow: whl exchange for stock of
furniture or hardware. Address D CAjTrlfaune office.
RESIDENCE
1/ property In Highland Park, free of all Incumbrance,
will exchange tor city Improved or vacant lots and put
In some cash. I have a large amount of desirable lake
shore property to dispose of. Parties wishing a pleas
ant home cannot do better. Property It just the
rise, will never be as cheap again. J. b. Pi*all.
Highland Park. '
riOR EXCHANGE-A NICE LOT. lOOX2OJ FEET,
JL 1 near depot at Highland Park, clear, for sash, doors,
or lumber on a casn basts. JAS. R. MAY, fO Wash-
Ington-st.
f7OU EXCHANGE—A CLEAN STOCK OF
1. gents’ furnishing goods for stock of groceries or
hardware; will pay part cash If a bargain. E 100,
Tribune oillcc.
FOR’KXCHANGE-40 ACRES NEAR LAKE STA
tjon for cottage and lot In town: house and nice
lot at Illgnland Park for vacant In town. D. P. NEW
ELL, 188 West Madlsoa-st. ♦
For exchange—a house of ten*kooms,
good cellar and barn, well rented, within one mile
of City Court-House, to exchange for vacant lot In good
locality. B. D. FERGUSON, Room 19, 152 LaSalle-st.
Good lands and farms is iowa and
Kansas to exchange for city property. LUMLEY
INGLKDEW, 105 WashlngtOD-st.>
T()"eXCHANGE-BY T. 15. BOVD. ROOM 7, 170
Madison-at.:
630-acre stock farm; this Is the finest land and best
Improvements of any farm In the State of Kansas; 130
acres In wheat, every acre under tight fence and culti
vation. 130 acres of tine timber, lasting running water,
2 miles from Neodesha, U'iisim County. Kua. You can
have full description if you will coll at my office. Want
good renting property In any pood city or town, or will
take part cash and other lands. Price, SIB,OOO. Lots
of stock on farm; will sell with It.
S*»,ooo—Nice 2-story and basement brick store and lot
(clear) on the best business street In Galesburg, ill.;
routed now to good tenants. Want.store and lot or
dwelling and lot in Chicago; will assume 54,C00.‘
s6.ooo—This Is No. 1 12-room, 2-story frame dwell
ing, barn, and lot 50x125; house has every modern Im
provement. one block from street-cars. Want good
clear lots or land. Call and see It,
SG,OOO—A new 34-room brick hotel (clear) and lot 200
s2OU, within 12 miles of Chicago; building costSiO.OCO.
1 want a farm of IUO acres In any good ritatc. We will
give No. 1 trade.
160-acrc farm, 100 acres under fence, 80 acres under
plow; new frame house, 7rooms; land No. X; 7 miles
from Sloan, Woodburv County, »la.; clear. Want a
dwelling and lot In Chicago; price, $2,500. The farm
Is first-class, • ’
rpo EXCHANGE—3OO-ACRE STOCK-FARM IN
X Monroe County, Indiana; rented at SIOO per month
cash now to No. 1 tenant; the farm Is the best In the
county; with three dwellings, tine barns, orchard, wa
ter, fcuccs, some nice timber, and elegantly arranged
for stock; will pay expenses to sec and uack If not as
represented; price, $15,000; we want stock goods,
hoots and shoes, drygoods, clothing, or a nice stock of
hardware, or would trade for clear city property, aud
pay In cash on either goods.or city property;
we mean business, and can show the best farm in the
county. Have two other small farms, well improved,
clear, for general stock of goods $2,500 and $3,0C0.
T. B. BOYD. Room 7, 170 Mad<son-st.
rpo EXCHANGE—NO. 758 MICHIGAN-AV.. BEING
X lOufect north of Twenty-«econd-«*t., an A No. 1
9-story and basement brick building (store front), lot
25xH>0, with a brick barn, for some good acre property
near the city, inquire of JACOB W EiL, 92 Washing
ion-st.
rpo‘ EXCHANGE—AN ASSORTED STOCK OF
1. paints ground In oil, an express wagon, or buggy
or carriage worK for painting, calcimimng, aadpanur
hanging. 175 West Adams-ac. ■_
rpo EXCHANGE— I THE TWO-STORY FISAME WITH
I .brick basement 427 South nakley, with lot 33x125
(subject to $2,000), and clear suburoua lots, for house
or business property of greater value; will assume as
high as $5,000 and pay part cash. PARRY, 272 East
Madfson-st.
rpO EXCHANGK-320 ACRES OF DEADENED TIM-
I bor. near South Chicago; qworth §IO,OOO. Cali at
113 Raadoiph-st., Room 17. ’
rpO EXCHANGE—A NICE HOME IN THE CTTI
JL for the eqaitv In a well-located South bide resi
dence. Address E 73, Tribune ofiicc.
rpO KXCHANGE-KANSAS FARMS, ETC.. PRO
i ductlvc property, to amount of $30,000, for city
Improved; 1 will assume SIO,OOO. GARNETT A
THOMASaON, 176 Uearborn-at.
rpO EXCHANGE—PART CASH AND REAL ES
-1 tate for all kinds of personal property, with West
ern lands and farms for equities m city property.
UUNSTAN & CO.. Room 16, 150 Dearborn-st.
<0 TRADE—SEVERAL CHOICE PIECES OF LAND
from ICO acres to 13.000 acres for woods. EDWIN
RICE & CO., 107 Clark-st.. Room 6.
'VO EXCHANGE—FOR A DRUG OR GROCERY
i store—a lot 23x123; with store, dwelling. and a
large stable in the rear: on Lake-st., near Wcsrcrn-av.
Difference, if any, will bo paid in cash. F 37, Tribune
'PO EXCHANGE—S7.OOO—HERE IS AN ELEGANT
X octagon stone-front dwelling, brick barn, on leased
lot; house cost 515.U00; Is 21x70 feet lot: lease 50 years
and no taxes: on Indlana-av.. cast of Eighteenth's:.:
will take farm, or town property, or city lots; the house
Is No. 1. T. B. BOYD. Room?, 170 Madison-su
'PO EXCHANGE—SC-ACRE FARM. FRANKLIN
X County. Kansas; 80-acre farm, near Eaton Kaotda,
Mich.; 80-acre farm, near Sterling, III.; 80-aore farm,
Hardin County, Jowa; 80-acre farm, McHenry County.
Illinois; 80-acre farm, Effingham Countv, Illinois; 180-
acrc farm. La Bette County, Kansas; 180-acre farm,
Buffalo county. Wisconsin; 200-acrc farm, near Soutu
Bond. lud.; above faims to exchange for Improved
Chicago property. GRIFFIN & DWIGHT, corner
Washington and Ilalsted-sts.
r pO~EXCII7\NGE— THREE-STORY HOTEL. FUR-
X nlshed, with large lot, near depot, in live town 30
miles from Chicago. What have you to trade? C 14,
Tribune office.
'PO EXCtf ANGE—EQUITY IN SOUTHEAST COK-
X nerlot. Monroe and Paulina-sts., choice property,
for clear vacant or Improved near by worth $2,000.
C 3, Tribune office.
'PO EXCHANGE—A FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF DRY
L goods and fancy goods to tha amount of SB,OOO for
first-class city real estate. Address D 28, Tribune.
'PO EXCHANGE—iGO ACRES OF LAND IN OSAGE
1 County. Kas.. for house or cottage; will assume
SSOO or Si,COO. Inquire at 1380 State-at.
'pO EXCHANGE FIRST-CLASS PAINTING,
I graining, caiclmlnine, or sign work at cash rates for
a horse anti tight deiivery wagon. D is. Tribune office.
'PO EXCHANGE-FIRST-CLASS MERCHANT TAI-
X loring for sign painting. show-cases, carpenter
work, and mirror. No letters answered. WARD
CO., 20S State-st.
'PO EXCHANGE—BOO ACRES NEAR DALLAS.
1 Texas; G4O Central Nebraska; mill property Illi
nois: first mortgages on lowa and Missouri farms; your
selection for residence. My property Is clear. Ad
dress C 17. Tribune office.
r pO EXCH ANGE-OR FOR SALE-00 FEET FRONT
X with buildings, 30.000 feet of tloor-surface. 50-
horse engine, etc.. well rented, within six blocks of
the Chamber of Commerce: will take part cosh and
good farm or nlamattou, or cheap for all cosh. Ad
dress C S, 380 West Congress-st.
'PO EXCHANGE—WHAT HAVE YOU TO EX-
I change In part for an elegant new piano. Address
C 25. Tribune office.
WfHAT HAVE YOU TO EXCHANGE FOR NICE
»» bouse centrally located in New Jersey, 35 minutes
from New \onc? _U6I, TVlbune office.
WANTED— TO TRADE DIAMONDS~FOtTiTaRGE
* • safe and counter showcases. Address E. 43. Trib
une office.
WILL EXCHANGE A*FARM OF IRO ACRES,
clear; price $4,800; 50 miles from Chicago, six
miles from county-scsu, and three miles from railroad
station; will take city property to the value of S2,Sa),
and give ten years time for balance at 6 per cent; none
but property-owners need answer. Address B?« Trib
une office. • ’
TV'IIAT HAVE TOC TO EXCHANGE FOR AVERY
’J, handsome oil-painting (large size) with elegant
gold Sirs)case value? Fa, Tribune.
\I( Wc\X TRADE SO JIB GOOirCGUNTRY PROrT
*» erry, Including hinds, farms, houses and lots
stores, and mill property and cash for city; give uiM
call EDWIN A. ilwi&cO., Room aMe thud Ist
mrcn ulocai •
MAcmi.’VEiar.
X tailing attachment; 1 sand-papering macnlne
several flue saw-tunic*, with boring attachments; 1
surfacer. 1 buzz plaucr, j pony planer. I gang lath
bolter, 1 stave cutler. 1 slave Jointer, 1 Daniels planer
an assortment of punches and shears. Atrlp-hammert*
ffdrm presses, 2 Iron planers, 10 iron lathes, 20 engines
from ato 2-0 horse-power. 15 boilers, 10 tanks, and a
large assortment of miscellaneous goods. Also mana.
facture vises and tools; r.ui pulleys, from 3 Inches to o
feet diameter; i.noo feet shafting; a large assortment
oi boxes, hangers, etc. Machine work. Holler work
i r. lj:n . t ’v. ,11 ! d r, houvy for * i!1 « to order. WAUHEN &
aiitlACrEH. 52toes South Canal-st.
POP. SALE-UPRIGHT ENGINE, BXIO. IN GOOD
A ordiT; can uc aenn running for two or three wc-h.
at 71 and 76 Michigan-.:. T. W. EATON &in >
F°™ ? ALI - -t;UtAI ‘—PORTABLE ENGINES 4TO
A 30-horse power: stationary engines 4to I nr,-horse
power: yacht engines sxß cylinder: snorting, pulleys
South*Caaal-.L tl,Cr maC,lU “ :ry ' «- “■ ™LL« 3 i
SALE-ONE 4-SIDKD STICKER. WtU)!)-
? turning lathe, shaper, teionfng ma-
V-.. v e ;-t/l- t f^ n L with room and power. F. \V
Ki,Ab SE, • G West \\ asbingum-st.
WANTED— A NEW OK GOOD SECOND-HAND
engine aud Inn er. from 15 to 20 horse now. r a«i.
dress CHRISTOPHER & Connty,
WAMED-A GOOD SECOND-HAND WOOD
wit t? n . er >. rt or Pbmer and matcher. Address W. K
ttILIOA. A: CO., at. Joseph, Mich. * u
W A ST JACKET-KETTLE. CAPAC
«MiiL'igS.a O v! Ws3Uoas ' - 1 ’- w -**• «ii£^rr.
W A^ D r OXE SMALL LIGHT CRANE TO
and nrl?b * *l^l»n £ nswer » «f fl Dng condition
UllulSilst: AUI LN SI-HIMIEIC, 52 to ta South
,v s e .
T°lot )'' A ,- N " 1 ' T 9 LEASE ‘FOR no YEARS.
8011111 front, on Adanw-st., be
and Ufiarbom; It Is right opjwsUe hew
Cus.om-House, audlsNo. I nlaeefor an office bulld
tbese terms $3Vj per year for am live
uftcr years u per cent on valua
bulla. Good chance for some one.
T. B. BOND, Boom 7, 179 Modison-it.
[APfCaAt,.
Advances made ok diamondsTwatthtT'
bonds, etc., at LAUNDERS* private office
dolph-st., near Clark. Rootnss and «. KstablUhsdfijf *
A" MOUNTS OF SI.OOO AND DP WARDS~ff i*iTTri
on city improved 'property and Illinois
JOHN W, MARoil & CO., i t Washington-a?. fmu
A CCOUNTS IN’ FIDELITr. STATE. AXo“oTHpp
I\ broken liants boueht: city and county icii?, S
1878 c.vr, 86 Wasblnstoa-at. rtp ,or
Ant .smi to loan on fdrn it
pianos without removal. 15 1 Itandoln^v D
Room 4. vu iu t
AT 7H PER CENT—SG.OOO CASH IN H\\n tTT
loan on unimproved well located proomT*?™. lo
or five years. CUA3. A. KERFOOT £CO
Ington-at. ** a3Q *
A 1 COMMERCIAL PAPER, NUi ES WITH rnP
J\. laterals, mortgages, »ndother securities
and sold. ISAAC GREENEBAUM &
A LL FIDELITY. STATE SAVINGs7~GERMa4
JX and other bank accounts cashed for highest
city scrip for sale at CABERETS STORE.
born-st.
A"' LL SAVINGS-BANK BOOKS. RECSfr?P«
certificates, county orders, and city serin IwoSt
and sold, and loans negotiated, by IRA HOiucS 1
General Broker. 88 Washingtoa-st.
A GENTLEMAN WHO CAN FURNISH «i
(in cashland credits) may join me In aleffijj
enterprise offering adequate Inducements; nrinHnVi.
only. F 92. Tribune otflee. * prmclpall
A" NY AMOUNT. LARGE OR SMALLTIoaNED nw
furniture, etc., without removaL rx*
WALKER, Rooms, iSlDearborn-st. «. H,
A NT SUM TO LOAN ON FURNITURE PlAaoT
J\ etc-, without removal; and on all
ties. Room 11, i)5 Dearborn-au secun-
Any :sums to loan on iurmture with*
out removal, pianos and any other good
ties. 184 Dearbom-sL. Room 9, Howland Block. 0 *I*** 1 ***
Cash paid for old gold and silw»7
Money to loan on watches, diamonds, aad vainlsu,
of every description at GOLDSMID’S Loan and Bun Si
OfllceCllceaseu), ua East Madlson-st. Established 1335)
C (HANDLER & CO.. MORTGAGE BANKERS -m
' LaSahc-st., have money to loan at lowest raSink
first mortgage real-estate security. ua
EIDELITrrSTATErAND OTIifcTR BANK CLATVs
bought: money loaned on life-insurance miihm
and other collaterals. DANIEL EYEIi, 03 Wwhbe?
ton-st. *
J FIDELITY AND STATE SAVINGS HANK BOOM
; cashed at highest prices by Chicago Loan Comoani?
172 Washlngton-st.
I WISH TO BORROW $150: WILL GIVE AS StCUfil
Ity property bringing In $lO oer month rental
dressß 70. Tribune office. .
T WANT $4,000 TO IMPROVE IN SIDE PROPERTY’
X at not over 8 percept, live years; title perfect: doqa
but principals need apply. Address Ea. Tribune.
Loans— 1’have money to loan on ladies*
bracelets and other jewelry at 5 per cent. Addm«
D 92, Tribune olllce.
I“OANS MADE ON FURNITURE, PIANOS, ETC."
±j without removal; also on other good securities la
sums to suit. 152 Dearborn-st., Hoorn 18.
Monet to loan to take up mortgages op
to build with. In sums to suit the borrower on
very favorable terms; principal and Interest payable In
small monthly payments. Call on PEOPLE’S BUILD
ING & LOAN ASSOCIATION, 90 Waahlngtoa-st. IL
KELLEY, Secretory. •
Money to loan on household furniture
without removal; warehouse receipts, machinery
pianos, and other collaterals. J. McDoWELL, lei
LaSalle-at., Room 41.
Monet to loan on improved city prop.
ertyataper cent. F. G. BRADLEY, 188 Midi
aon-st.. Room 1.
Monet to loan on furniture, pianos
machinery, and other good securities. No. iso
Dearborn-st. K. WINN E.
Money to loan in sums of slow, at s m
cent, upon Improved city property. Print!tali
only need, apply. LiMAN & JACKSON, 33 Portland
Block.
Money to loan in sums to suit at sper
cent per annum, on city, village, and farm proper
ty. by The U. S. Home* Dower Association of Penn
sylvania. Fop particulars, apply to LIVINGSTON*
CO., Managers. 170 LaSalle-st.
Money to loan on Chicago real estate
at low rates of Interest. ADOLPH LOEB*
BROTHER, 129 aud 131 LaSalle-st.
Money to loan on improved cittprop
erty In sums to suit. Apply at UNION TRLST
Co., iat Dearbora-st.
Money to loan on chattels; baits hod
crate. 159 LaSalle-st., Room l. . -
lUONEYTO”LOAN ON DIAMONDS,.WATCHES,
Iti jewelry. and other good collaterals at aenijlnlf
Interest rates. J. J. OWEN, S 4 Labal!e-Bt.,iloom2L
M" ONEY’TO LOAN IN SUMS OF SSOOASDEP*
wards on improved real estate, at SpercenL
Room 2. 146 Madison-at.
PETERSON & BAY. MORTGAGE AND EXCHANGE
bankers. 188 Itandolpb-st., loan money on dty prop
erty and farms In Illinois at lowest rates.
rpo LOAN—AT 7 PER CENT INTEREST FROM
1 $3,<00 to $20,000 on first-class improved biulsea
property. Inquire of JACOB WEIL, 92 Washlagtoa.
r PO LOAN—S2,OO9, 53,000, SI.OOO, ON CITTIM
-1 proved security. H. C. MOREY, 05 01ark-§t.
TO LOAN—ON IMPROVED CITY REAL ESTATE,
s.'oo. su COO, S 1,500, $2,000. DAVIS A WALK
ER, 142 Dearbom-st. -
rpo LOAN—SSSO. 51,000, AND $1,200 ON IMPROVED
1 prooeny at current rates. DCJNSTAN & CO.,
Room 10, 150 Dcarboni-sc. . .
rpO INVEST. FOR CLIENT. SS.OOO AT MORTGAGE
X sales, or buy mortgages that can be foreclosed;
mast he first-class Improved property. WILL H.
MOORE, 150 Dcarborn-at. ' * ■
r pO LOAN—S2, COO. Sh.ono, $2,500, AND 55.000. AT
i 7 per cent; SSOO, $709, and $2,c00. at 8,9, andtf
percent. JOHN C. LONG, 72 Washlngton-sL
rpO'XOAN -SSO6^N~FIRST-CLASS~cn , Y REAL
1 estate for one, two, or three years, Address GC,
care of Room 37 Metropolitan Block. .
OX) LOAN SEVERAL SMALL SUMS OF MONHt
1 at favorable rates, unoa improved property. BEV
BRIDGE * DEWEV. r. 9 Dearborn-at.
WANTED-TO BORROW-SSOO ON DIAMONDS
t V and other wood collaterals at low rate of interest
Pawnbrokers need not answer. Address £ 44, Trliaas
office.
Wifi WILL BUY FIRST-CLASS COMMERCIAL
paper at low rates. BEVERIDGE «fc DEWEY, 9
Dcarborn-st.
WANTED— 51.200 FOR I OR 2 TEARS AT 10 PER
cent, for my note, well secured. Z 45. Tribune.
WASTED— A LOAN OF 5200 ON NEW, FINE,
first-class furniture costing $1,300; will give 10
per cent, and 2 per cent commission. FO, Tribune.
WANTED— TOMORROW—$500 oTTSnOoToN GOOD
real estate security; no commissions. Addras
FlO, Tribune office.
CTT ANTED—TO BORROW—S3OO ON $2,000 WORTH
* V of security. Address Fl 4, Tribune oQlce.
TTT ANTED—CITY SCRIP TAKEN AT PAR FOB
VV new or second-hand buggies, carriages, express
wagons, or repairs. Address r 00, Tribune office.
WASTLD-TO BORROW —S±S OS AMPLE
»» security for .one? year at fair rate of Interest,
Adress F UG. Tribune office.
ITTANTED-SI.OOO OR $2,000 FOR TWO TEARS
V » or longer; good interest; no loan agents need an
swer. E 78, Tribune office. _
WANTED-A BUILDING LOAN OF $5,000; GOOD
security. Address W C. care J. V. Farwell&Co.
WANTED— IN A STRICTLY LEGITIMATE Busi
ness affording a large.proflt on an investment Cl
SIOO for ninety days. Addrcsa 1)78. Tribune office.
WANTKD— TO BORROW.SISO TO SSCO-OS 4 AXD
G mouths’ time, on good sccuriti', at reasonable
rates; satisfactory reasons and references. Aduresi
D 8, Tribune office. _
7 PER CENT MONET TO LOAN ON PRODUCT-
I ivc Chicago real estate. DEAN & PAYNE, Kan
dolph and Dearbom-3t3., Chicago.
».! H » TO LOAM AT 7 PER CENT, 3 OB
tV.LUUU 5 years, on improved Chicago real es
tate; other small sums. SHERWOOD. Room 7. 7->State.
SO HAH WANTED-TO INVEST IN HEKBiNG
-Su*.JUU cattle (n Iowa; have already WO herd;
wish to increase the herd: will furnish rangeand»>
teud to herd on division of profits: satisfactory Chicago
and lowa references. Address F. DICKINSON, L«
Washlngton-sc.. Cnlcjgo.
d>*9 ( inn S’Aooo. on $5,000 to loan on im
proved real estate, at market rate?.
GitIFFIN «fc D WIGHT, corner Washington and Hai
sted-sts. .
StO nnn AT ANTED, TWO TEAKS. 8 PERCENT;
O—f* V/v/vy on unimproved property centrally locatetu
Andress F 24, Tribune office. ;
C*,Xn nnn TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE.
tOt/U.uUU Bonds, silver, and stocks bought and
Sold. H. J. CHRISTOPH. 157 East Uandolph-st.
3?AEjnVESS WAKTES.
PAUTN ERWANTED—WITII £-j.OOO OR $25,000 10
join the advertiser with same amount In a first-class
wholesale business. This is a pood opportunity fora
Person having that amount to Invest, either as general
or special partner, as the advertiser is at present ea*
gaged In the business and thoroughly posted. None out
first-class business meu need apply. D 11, Tribune. _
PARTNER WANTED—A REGTLAB PHYSICIAN
with fine office and large cash practice wishes*
capable partner with Si,ooo to manage and extend*
special braucqof his business: will make S2O per a*y
aud Increase. Appoint Interview. E 30, Trlhune.
PARTNER WANTED—WITH SI,OOO IN THE "MAN
ufacturing line. Article used In every house, aM
proflu large. I) 58, Tribune office. ~ .
PARTNER WANTED—WITH S3OO OP. S4OO. IN A
good paying business which will bear Investigation,
or will sell if desired. D 61, Tribune office.
PARTNER WANTED—WITH SSOO. IN A PBg*
fcctly safe business. I have a good tblngto maw
money out of, and have not capital to thoroughly man*
age with. F 1)7. Tribune office.
PARTNER WANTED—WITH SI.OCO.TO BUT HALF
Interest Ina good wholesale and retail liquor oof*
ness. This is an excellent chance for a man with tn|M»
amount of cash to come Into a lively inoney-inakiuit
business. No real estate or trade wanted- Adores*
F 04, Tribune office, ,
PARTNER WANTED—MUST BE A GOOD PRIS£
er and have some money to take charge of an ot
flee. Address F id. Tribune office. _
PARTNER WANTED—S3,O(O TO XI INMANU'
facturing business where SIO,O(X* a year > can oo
made. Address with real name only. Personal inter*
view will be noticed. E 83, Tribune office. -
PARTNER WANTED-WITH $33,000, EITHER
special or general, to Join two well-known v? ,f.T.
men of the city In a staple business established in uu»
city 25 years. Address E6a Tribune office. -
PA UTNER WANTED—WITH S3OO—SPLENDID OP
portunfty. Huskies* established aud profit* ol6 *
Address F 4G, Tribune office, A
PARTNER WANTED SILENT OR ACTlVE
wlrli $1,500 or S-cor. In a good-naylng
Dost of references given and required. Dontanawc
unless you haw. the money. For particulars aaure»
F 11, Tribune office. * . ..
TJARTNER WANTED —A LIVE NEWSPAPER
X man, with sr»ou ready cash, can buy a half ini®**-?
In a weekly paper at a great sacrifice. Rare opportun*
ty. Address K 53, Tribune office. -
PAItTNER WANTED WITH S 3, ICO CLEAR
real estate and good stocks to guarantee anusecu*
ail risks. Silent orucllve. E 74, Tribune office.
PARTNERSHIP -AN ESTABLISHED, JVIIOtB*
L. Kale nouse oilers a fair interest to a reliable
vlth m» SH»,»JOO as general or special P^tucr,
)e*t of references given and required. Address n-st
L'ribuuu office. • -
Paktneu wanted—i wish to slicing aN
active, reliable j'oung man to tase
lerest In my business; money no consideration
party Is satisfactory: business first-class. old-CH*£
‘ilsbed. ana desirable: capital required* s3*u)o« *
dress F 7U; Tribune ol^e.

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