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WAJiXEB—BT *I .F. HELP,
Bookteciwii. derta.' &cT~
\V A £T E i?“ A rc >VSO MAN TO ASSIST IN GES
*' ( ' office work; must be a rood penman and cor
one Urtna- with Ills parents preferred.
mbun“ n offiS. orenceS ' ase - lndp “‘ “Pertoocc.
N VA> t >paper mkn—on the staff
* , Journal, two experienced reporters:
state last employment and give references. Address.
for three days, W 12. Tribune office.
ANTED—AN EXPERT ACCOUNTANT TO KX-
Tr”‘mc a o ffic? b “ 1 “- Addre “- I
WANTED-A YOUNG MAN ACQUAINTED WITH
tv]L business; references required.
Jl G 7, Tribune office.
TIT ANTED—CLERK IN AN INSURANCE OFFICE;
T » must be a good and rapid penman and short
hand writer; one with some experience In office-work
preferred. Address in own handwriting, giving refer
ences, age. experience, soced in shore-hand, and com
pensation exnectod, w 40. Tribune office.
WANTED-A BOOKKEEPER IN A WHOLESALE
grocery-house; must be thoroughly practlcaL
Address. giving reference and stating salary expected.
" 44, Tribune office.
ANTED—AT THE TOWNSEND HODSE. OCONO
• y mowoc, Wls., a mao who Is a first-class book
co1?!TM Vcr y respect. Apply In person. TOWN
o£>M) cc CO.
TXrAKTED-ANO. I BOOKKEEPER; ONE THAT
» y la rapid and accurate; wages. sl2 pep week: must
«ave no bad bahiu. Address, giving references, O4a
Tribune office.
TXT ANTED—AN EXPERIENCED CORRESPOND
y ■ lug clerk; must hare a good general knowledge
oi bnrincss, write a plain, rapid hand, and be willing to
work hard for small pav. Address, stating experience,
age, and salary recmlred, W 50. Tribune office.
TXT ANTED—A BOY IN A GROCERY STORK~THAT
y V know* tlve trade; age from 16 to 20 years. Inquire
at 267 a-outb Clark-st, DZKMANSKT A CO. 4
W A ?:^ El> -. A - V ENERGETIC SALESMAN TO SO
’ ' licit custam orders iu the city. Liberal conimla
tinns paid to reliable men. “ LONE STAB Shirt Co..
293 Dearborn-si. *
Trace*.
TVANTED-FIVE CARPENTERS TO GO A SHORT
*y distance In the country to work. Inquire at 214
Monroe-st., Monday morning.
ANTED-A FIRST-CLASS HARDWOOD FlN
,^^.ds'JroTk Rlld sood pay w a No. iman.
G..KEN & BULDONG, 125 Twenty-firet-sU, under
House.
ANTKIv-I WANTA FIRST-CLASS CARRlAGE
trimmer. PHILLIP WKRMEIL Atlanta, 111.
TXT ANTI-.D-A FIRST-CLASS STICK-CANDY MAK
* • er: one on starch work; no other need apply-.call
Monday between 10 and 12 o'clock. BUNTE BROS. &
bCIiULZ, 02 WelU-st.
TXTANTED-TKUNKMAKERS. vogleb & gsudt
* NER, Nos. iu7—l99 North WcUs-su, corner Su
perior.
WA IfTED—FIRST-CLASS TJPHoLSTEHEKS OX
leather work; also, man experienced in putting
oo felt mid composition roof. a. U. ANDREWS £
Cv?.. Mather-st.. between Ualsted and Desplaincg.
[7 ANTED—A BLACKSMITH’S HELPER AT Me
> LAUGHLIN’S carriage shop, 72 Jackson-st.
TURNER a:
JOHN MOORE & CO.’S, I*o and 382 Monroo-st,
WANTED-A BLACKSMITH TO GO TO BRYAN,
Tox.; S3O a month and hoard. Call only from 9
to 10 or 1 to 2 at C 9 Dearbom-st,, Room 45,
\\T ANTKI)—MONDAY MORNING, 4 CABINET
* * on organ cases and furniture. F, B.
WOLVINGbR, corner Ann and Randolph-at.
XVANTED-A GOOD horskshoeb and jobber
_• t , immediately; German preferred, joao West
.dadlaon-st.
\\T ANTED-COAT OPERATORS AND FINISHERS
at LARSEN’S clothing-house, 721 West Lake-sc.
X\7 ANTED FIUST-CLAS3~GASFITTERI CALL
i between 12 m. and 2p. in. to-day at 1173 Slatc-su
TEAMED—A GOOD MECHANIC WITH PLEAS
' * Ing address to canvas the city with the best Iron
plane ever made. F. H. AVERT, 46 Madlson-st.
\\ t ANTED A FIRST-CLASS BLACKSMITH’S
** helper: no thoroughbreds need apply. GIRARD
D.. 05., 3>l Blue Xsland-av.
i\7ANTEI)-A NO. 1 CUTTER FOB READY-MADE
* » clothing; must be able to cut custom work If re
qulred. Address Q 20, Tribune office.
WANTED-A GOOD WOODWORKER TO MAKE
and repair wagons. Apply confer Nineteenth and
Grove-sts. Monday. E. A. SMEDD & CO.
Coachmen, Tcj
X\TANTED—A LIVE MAN THAT THOROUGHLY
>» understands the care and driving of horses and
carriages, and also the care of garden and lawn; muse
b** willing to make himself generally useful. Apply
at R. K. CLARKE’S lumber office, 120 Els ton-road.
Monday.
WANTED-A GOOD COACHMAN; NONE BUT
those with best of reference need apply. Call
before 12 o’clock Monday at No. 10 Park-row. comer
Michlgan-av.
WANTED— TWu MEN TO DRIVE TEAM. 710
Archcr-av.
X\7A NTE D-CD ACHMAN (COLORED; WITH
J» good references. A. H VLBERT. Sherman
House. -
XV ANTED—A FIRST-CLASS COACHMAN WHO
■ y bas some knowledge of gardening, and fur
bish cl;y reference. Address X 42. iTlbune office.
"^^7 ANTED—A GROOM AT 1145 STATE-ST,*
XV ANTED—FIRST-CLASS HOSTLER AT BAS
yy seas stabler, rear of 15 Hannon-court- Call
after 9 a. m.
Eiuplomem Agencies*
XX7ANTJiD—TO LEAVE MONDAY AND TUESDAY
> y morning luO raUroad laborers for the C. &N. W.
Railroad in Minnesota; free fare; 100 men for city and
farm work. CHRISTIAN & CO., 2C3 south Water-st.
miscellaneous*
“\TT AN TED—A FEW FIRST-CLASS SOLICITORS.
»t Liberal wages will be paUgood men; none but
men of Intelligence, tact, ana bins In ess experience need
&;ply. (Jell after y;3O, Hoorn 6, 105 Dcarborn-st..
basement, Portland Block.
ANTED—I SHOULD LIKE TO MEET ONE OB
** two traveling men: will give them an opportunity
to make *o:ne money: men traveling for lumber or
agricultural implements preferred. C. H. OSBORN &
Cu.. :>6 south Cilnton-st.
IyANTED—RELXBLE MEN IN fcVEEY CITY TO
»* wholesale our harness and aaddlcry goods. Ad
dress T, 74'J West Van Buren-st.
TT7ANTED—LOCAL CANVASSERS; ALSO MEN
TT on the road to handle patented household artl
dt*. W. S. TOTHILL A CO., Ift South Canal-*£.
W ANTED—SWEDE OR GERMAN MAN TO TAKE
Y r care of grounds, garden, horse and cow, and do
e-ncral work, at Riverside. Apply at Room 7, 125
carnorn-st.
WANTED— RAILROAD FOREMAN. EXPKRl
euced In working portable track and cars. 1 sp.
Tribune office.
TTTANTED—THREE PARTIES. WITH FROM $5,000
Y Y to $ 10,000 cash each, to handle a specialty for San
Francisco, New Orleans, and New York; good profits.
Address X 2*. Tribune office.
\\r ANTED—MEN OF GOOD ADDRESS TO SELL
• » oaraew publication, just out. Perseverance and
ability rcaulred. Good terms to a goe dman, CAS
bh.LL,Pn.TI EIt&GALPIN, Publishers. 184 South Clark.
\\7 ANTED—AN OFFICE~BOY BY~WHOLES ALE
YY house; mmst be good penman, honest and Indus
trious, and live with hU parents., .address, in own
handwriting, giving references and stating salary want*
cJ, X 4, Tribune office.
W ANTED-LOGO CANVASSERS. IMMEDIATELY;
YY bestpsylugln America. AddingX2B. Trlbunc.
\\7 ANTED—TRAVELING SALESMAN THAT ARE
Yv on the road to handle specialties, in harness bard*'
ware. Call at Room 5 Central Manufacturing Block,
jslarket-st.
TT, T AN TI.D—iLEN TO SELL GOODS BY INSTALL
y » meuts; no capital required. HOWISOJTS, 180
abash-av.
WANTED—LABORERS MONDAY MORNING AT
CODRTNET A P 0 P ! y 0 “ FUUenOII ‘ aV ' brW « e * T * K *
TV AN TED-ONE NIGHT-WATCHMAN AND ONE
• Y attendant; must be reliable and competent. Ap
ply at U. S. Marine Hospital office. Room 5, No. *5
south Clark-st.. Monday.
\\? ANTED—FIRST-CLASS SALESMAN; NONE
*• other need abply; will be In Sunday morning.
TODD, K 7 South Water-st.
WANTED— A GENTLEMAN TO TRAVEL IN THIS
city and neighborhood, on liberal israns; expenses
pold. Address 02, Tribune office.
TTfANTED-A GOOD. STRONG BOY FOR GENE*
Y » ml work In a store; good references required: sal
ary $2,50 to $3 per week. Address YV 43, 'tribune.
WANTED—S GOOD SALESMEN, MEMBERS OF
» * Masonic or Odd-Fellows* fraternity only: $lO9
ppr month and expenses guaranteed. 162 LaSalle-st..
Room 45.
\\7 ANTED—GOOD BOY (ABOUT 15 OR 16 TEARS
y • old) at the Prenrctt Laundry, 393 Wabash-av. Ref
erences required. Call Sunday befonc 11 o’clock or
31 onday.
\\TANTED-AN ACTIVE, INTELLIGENT OFFICE
*» boy. 16 or J 7 years old: must sprite a good hand
and live at home with parents; wages light until .busi
ness is learned. Address W 2ft. Tribune office.
\\r ANTED—MEN TO SELL NEW ARTICLES;
“ also, notions, chromos, etc.: catalogue free.
AMERICAN Novelty cu.. iwti state-sc, upstairs.
■\VANIKp—A GOOD. ENERGETIC MAN. WITH
« v email capital, to take local or genera) agency for
an article or. wnlch profits arc largo. F. D. SKLLECK.
lioum t 5. 200 Statelet., between 0 and 11 a. m. Monday.
\\* ANTED—THREE WHITE WAITERS'tH AT CAN
» » play tor dancing. Cali Monday, from Btoloa. m.
19 North Wella-el. 8. G.
ANTED—BARKEEPER WITH CITY REFER
» t cnees from last employer. Bar, SI East Wash-
Ingtoa-fit.
Wanted— a young max to help wait on
table early this morning. 145 Monroe-at.
TVANTED-AT TH!£ WINDSOR HOUSE, 178
«v btaiC'St., a man who can wait on table ana make
himself generally useful.
WAN TED-THREE MEN TO WORK IN ICE
houfee In the country. Apply at corner Nine
teenth and Groye-su. Monday morning. £. A. SHIiDD
ft CO.
\\TANTED-GOOHMENTO SELL OUU NEW AND
*t popular word In Southern Illinois. Apply to P.
3'. COLL.lfc.li, East Madlsoa-st.
Wr ANTED FIRST-CLASS CIGAR SALESMAN
?» with -established trade through Kansas, Mis
souri. and Nebraska. by a well-established cigar manu
facturing house. who hare a fair trade in above States*
vritii references, on a commission or salary. Address
M oa. Tribune otace. - ______
\»/ANTEb —IMMEDIATELY, AT CLARENCE
» > liotm*. comer SUte and Harrlson-sts.. a head
waiter (.middle-aged), thoroughly exparlenccd aud
capable of taking lull charge: also, one dining-room
giri aud chamocrmald. .
T\7 ANTED—EXPERIENCED SALESMEN TO SO
it licit orders ior custom shirts for city and coun
try. Address W 66, Tribune office.
>IAN FOR CAKE OF
* i horses and general work. Coll Moadaymornlng
at mill lu rear of 44a West Van Boren-su sENVAItu
& VAUGHAN'.
WANTCSt—FJSIKAJuE HELP.
domestics*
W ANTED-A FIRST-CLASS GIRL FOR GENERAL
W homework; wages $3.50 per week. Inquire at
Parisian suit Co.. 165 state-at.
Tl* ANTED-A SCANDINAVIAN OR GERMAN
VV girl for general housework la a small family: one
whocaucook, hake. wash, andiron, audwilling. Call
to-day uunday) at 345 ilurlbut-su
tT^AXTHD—A LADV WHO IS AUOXE DURtXG
vV the day wishes to set some oae to do light house
work sod beo companion, only three in family; this
will Lea permanent homo for the right party. Apply
s$ i2s6lndiana*aY.
WASTED-FEJULE
Domestics—Continued*
TXT ANTED—A GOOD GERMAN GIRL IN A SMALL
VV private family for kllchcn work. Apply at 56J
WcstLakc-sU
WANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK
la small family. 41 Seeley-av.
WANTED— TWO GIRLS, ONE FOR GENERAL
housework, and one u years old to take care of
children, at M 3 North Clark-st.
ANTED—TWO GOOD, COMPETENT GIRLS,
Tf ope for general housework, and one of 15 for
nurse-glrL Apply at 5C9 West Adams-st,
TyANTED—A GOOD GIRL, IMMEDIATELY, FOR
eeacral housework, at 24 Tweaty-elghth-st.. be
tween State and Wabash-ar. * *
TO"ANTED-A GIRL FOB GENERAL BOUSE
vf work. Inquire at 207 West Lake-st.
TyANTED-AT 368 WEST WASHINGTON-ST., A
» T good girl for second work. Call Monday.
FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK
small family. Apply Monday morning at 22
Loomls-at., down-stairs.
TV AdTTED-A GOOD GIRL FOB GES'EUAL
.:.' r hO V. se .T°. rk: family email tmd work light. LOOMIS,
111 Saudi Kobey-eu
WAKTED-AN ACTIVE, NEAT, AND TIDY GIRL
to oo the general housework of a small family.
Must be well recommended. A permanent place for
Call on Monday at 1455 Indlana-ar.
TXr ANTED r GOO]D COOK, WASHER, AND IRON
tf cr: good wages to the right girl; also second girl
14 years old. H2s Pralrie-ar.
TXT ANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK
V y atii Blue l&l&nd-av.
TV AHTED-GIRL FOB GENERAL HODSEWOBK.
y y 283 West Indlana-st.
WANTED-A GIRL FOB LIGHT HOUSEWORK IN
a small family; $2 a week. 435 South Morgan-su
YXTAN’TED-QIRL AT 1539 ARNOLD-ST.. UP
yy stairs. Good wages.
TITANTED—A SECOND GIRL FOR A SMALL
y V famliy; English. Irish, or Scotch recently out;
no other wanted. Apply at once at 45 Twenty-fifth
at-, corner South Fark-ar.
TXT ANTED-A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
_T T work tnji private family, at 285 West Congreas-ac.
XXTANTED-A GOOD GIRL TO DO GENERAL
v T housework In a small family. Call Monday at 366
Forre«-av. *
YXTANTED-IMMKDIATELY, a NEAT, TIDY
TV Swede or Norwegian girl to do general house
work, In a small family, at No. 67Tbirty-flrst-st, near
Cottage Grore-ar.
T\TANTED-A GOOD SCANDINAVIAN GIRL FOR
* V general housework In a small famllv on the West
Side. Call at 2M'West Qhlo-Bt., second floor. .
txtanted-kmployment FOB WOMEN OF ALL
yV nationalities at laundry and housework, and all
departments of labor. Board $2 and S2.su per week.
Good Samaritan society...l73 East Randolph-st. •
TXT ANTED-A GOOD - GI?tL”TO~DO~&ENERAL
* V housework at 1178 Wabash-av.
XVTANTED—A NEAT GIRL FOR GENERAL
»» housework. Apply at 40 Oakwood-boulsvard, a
fewdoors west of Cottage Grove-ay.
WANTED-A .MIDDLE-AGED PERSON TO As
sist In familypf four. in Third-av.
TT7 A N TED—GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
» f _work in a family of four, atISS South Pauilaa-st.
\V ANTED—A GIRL 'i ; o DO GENERAITHOUSE
»» work: must be a good laundress. 23G Grovcland
Park-av., nearTblrtleth-ai.
XI7 ANT ED—A GOOD GIRL TO DO GENERAL
f» housework. 1063 Wabash-ay.
■WANTED—A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
m work. 878 Washlngton-at.
TXTANTED—AT 30 SIXTEENTH-ST.. TWO GIRLS;
* t one who understands cooking, washing, and
ironing; also, a second girl; German or Scandinavian
preferred.
WANTED— A GOOD KITCHEN-GIRL THAT CAN
cook, wash, and Iron well in small family; Ger
man preferred. Apply at 452 Mlcblgan-ar.
VVANTED-A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
TT work. Call Moo day at 315 West Aoams-st.
TXT ANTED—A FIRST-CLASS GIRL FOB GENERAL
(housework. 930WestMonroe-st.
WANTED-A GIRL: MUST BE A GOOD COOK
and laundress. 344 West Wasulngton-st.
\XT ANTED—A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
>f work at 710 Areher-av.
WANTED-A TIDY YOUNG ENGLISH OR GEB
man girl for_second work at 49 Calumet-av.
dee*
XVA.NTED—A 'GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
t y_housework at 503 West Twellth-st.
WANTED-A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
work at 372 West Jackson-st.; S 3 per week. Call
Monday, before 12 m.
XTTANTED-A FIRST-CLASS GIRL AT 725 WEST
y y Monroc-ac.
TT7ANTED—A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
y y work; none but a good one need apply. Call to
day at 15 Pratt-et.
GUtL TO 1)0 general house
» work In a private family; German, Swede, or
Norwegian preferred. Call at 216 ElUa-av,
XVANTED-A COMPETENT GIRL 70 DO GEN
yy eral housework in a family of four; best refer*
ences required. 818 Wabash-av.
TVANTED- A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
»' housework: German, Swede, Scandinavian or
Norwegian preferred. Ac 340 Ogden-av.. corner of
Jackson-sc.
TtTANTED—A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
y y work, at 597 W est Monroe-st.; small family.
[XT’ANTED—A GIRL TO ASSIST AT HOUSEWORK
yy and take cars of a child. Call at No. 30Brown-Bt.
X|7ANTEp—A WOMAN FOR GENERAL HOUSE
yy work In a small family at Hyde Patfc; one strong,
willing, and competent will find a good home. Inquire
at *SO Staic-st., second floor.
‘ANTED-A GOOD GIRL TO COOK, WASH AND
Iron. 483 West Lake-et.
TTTANTED—A FIRST-RATE GIRL FOR GENERAL
" Housework; good wages. 637>fi West Washlng
ton-st.
ANTED—GOOD COuK AX 13* WEST TWELFXII-
TTTANTED—SCANDINAVIAN OR GERMAN GIRL
M to do general housework in a small family. R. H.
BROE, 327 South Park-ay.
\\f ANTED-AT 638 WEST WASUDJGTON-ST.. A
Y Y girl to do general housework.
WANTED— A STRONG, WILLING GIRL TO DO
general housework, at 567 Wabtah-av.
WANTED— A GOOD RELIABLE GIRL FOB LIGHT
housework and care of children, to go to High
land Port. Those with first-class reference and that
are willing to live In the country for good, prompt pay.
call at 255 Ontario-fit., city, for further Information.
WANTED-A COMPETENT GIRL AT 33 HOYNE
y Y av.. second door north of Waahington-sL
TXT ANTED—GOOD RELIABLE WOMAN FOR GEN
yy cral housework at 398 Van Buren-st. Apply Mon
day.
TtTANTED—GOOD SECOND GIRL. APPLY AT 727
• Y M est Washington-fit.
W ANTED-GOOD GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
y? work, to go to Englewood. Apply after 9 o’clock
at office. 17 Wabash-av. C. H. VEHMEYER.
TTTANTED—GIRL FOB GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
V y wages $3 a wees. R cfcrcnces rcaulred. Apply
at 1515 Soutu Dearborn-fit. ' ■ H VV3
TTT ANTED—COMPETENT—GERM AN OR SWEDE
yy girl to do general housework. 83 Llncoln-av.
TT7 ANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
Y V Apply at 221 North Oakley-st.. ..ear Indiana.
WANTED-A GOOD GIRL TO DO GENERAL
housework at 130 South Morgan-st.
TTT AN TED—A GIRL TO DO HOUSEWORK IN A
yy family; wages s3.fto a week. 138 East Jackson*
st., 2 doors cast of darkest.
WANTED-GKRMAN OR SWF.DE GIRL. GEN
YY era! housework; private family.. References re
qulred. 359 East Chlcago-av.
W ANTED—DOMESTICS—ALL GIRLS AND WOM*
yy eawanting housework In any department will
And me ready to help them without charge. I can give
work to several hundred this week. Come ready to go
on duty at once. All nationalities welcome. NETTA
G. ROOD. 51 LaSalle-st.
TTT ANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
y y 185 South Sangamon-BC.
WANTED-A GIRL FOB GENERAL HOUSE
work. Apply at4l Aldlne Square. South Side.
TTTANTED-GIRL THAT UNDERSTANDS COOK-
Y V ing and general work. 365 ohio-st.
Tl 7AN TED—GIRL F °K GENERAL HOUSEWORK:
YY good cook and laundress: good wages. Call Mo
nday at 397 South Oakley, corner of Polk.
WANTED-A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
work at 571 W cat Adams-st. References required.
WANTEU-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
2*7 Warren-av.
TTTANTED-A COMPETENT GIRL TO DO GEN
• Y cral housework in a small family. Apply at 386
East Chlcago-av.
TTT AN TED—AT 525 WEST ADAMS-ST.—A GIRL
y y to cook and do first-class laundry work, for a fam-
Hy of four.
WANTED— AT 8S DEAKBORN-AV.-A GOOD
girl lor general housework In private family; ref
erence required.
TTTANTED—A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUbE
i V wore. 1266 indlana-av.
TI/ANTED-GIRI, FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK,
v V at 386 Wabash-av,; no cooking.
TTTANTED—GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
TT work in small family. 292 Marshflcld-av.
\tT ANTED—GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSK
*» work; must cook, wash, and Iron well. Apply
at lIC9 'Vabash-av,
\\T ANTED—A GERMAN OR SCANDINAVIAN
'V girl for general housework. Inquire at 52 South
Park-av.. cornerTweuty-thlrd-at.
\T7 ANTED—A GOOD GIRL TO DO SECOND
»*, work and take care of children. Can find a
good situation by calling at 353 South Park-av.
WANTED-A WOMAN TO DO SCRUBBING AND
* t plain washing. Apply immediately at the Irving
House, 218 Washlngton-st. *
/ANTED-
. ah risu—fc.w'lSßlEXCED DINTXG-ROOM GIRL
«f for boardinghouse: must be perfectly competent.
Apply at lOfe# Wabaaii-ar.
•EXP*
TtTANTED—COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
»» housework: brinff reference. Inquire at 359 South
Part-a v.
WASTED-ATM SOUTH SANGAMON-ST., GIRL
“ T to do general housework, except cooking.
TX7 anted—girl for GENERAL ROUSEVTORK;
>T good cook, washer, and troner; family of two.
1204 Michlgan-av. V
iTTANTEJ)—GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
I»_work; small family. 1434 Pralrle-av.
RANTED— G
\v - ---- jobp scandikaviax girl for
• » kitchen work; also experienced dining-room
girl. Ucarborn-av.
Tl/ANTED—A COMPETENT GIRL TO COOK,
* t wash, and Iron In a small nrlvatc family; refer
ences required. Call Monday at 35tf West Washington.
W ANTED-A GERMAN OR NORWEGIAN COOK,
washer, and ironer: come at 3 p. m. Sundar:
references. 663 Mlchlgan-ar. ;
WAXTED-A GIKU TODO HOUSEWORK; WAGES
ITTANTED-A GUtL FOR HOUSEWORK IN SMALL
» * family; will pay $3 per week. Inquire Sunday at
105.* Polk-fit.
TI? ANTED-A • GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
« » work; German preferred. 163 Centre-av.
Tl/ANTED— aTgIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
work-in small family. Call at 777 West Hon
roe*st.
\X7 ANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
J' j housework, will find a steady place at S 3& West
Moaroe-si,, at good wages.
THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE: SUNDAY. JULY 6. 1879-SIXTEEN PAGER
HELP,
WANTEIUFEHALE HELP*
TXT ANTED—A FIRST-CLASS COOK; MUST BE A
• • good washer and Ironer, and give best of refer
ences. A permanent place and pood wages for a good
girl. Apply at once at C 92 West Adams-st.
TTTANTED-AN EXPERIENCED SECOND GIRL,
TV with references, at 381 Dearoorn-av.
WANTED-A GOOD COOK, WASHER, AND
Iroucr to do the work of a small private family.
Apply before io a. m. and after 2p.m. at 178 South
Saugamon-sc.
\TT aNTED-A GIRL TO WORK IN COFFEE-CAR
»r at3-16State-st. *
TXT ANTED—TWO GOOD. RELIABLE GIRLS XM
y mediately at 423 West Washlngton-st.
WANTED— AN ELDERLY GIRLTOTAKE CARE
of children and assist In general housework. Call
Monday at 52 Smlth-at.
NEWSBOYS* HOME, A WOMAN
V V to clean. Inquire at I4S Qnincy-st. Monday.
WAKTED-TWO GIRLS FOR THE SUBURBS;
one a perfectly trusty Protestant, for nursing and
sewing: the other for second work and Ironing. In
quire Monday from 2 until sat 89 Aherdeen-st. Refer
ences.
XT/ANTED—A MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN AS COOK
yy in a boarding-house. Cali Sunday at 594 South
lialsted-st.
WANTED— A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work, to go to Plano. 111.; must have reference.
Address O 37. Tribune office.
XX/ANTED-AT ATLANTIC HOTEL DINING
y t room girls and a bundle washer.
COOK.
y r Apply at 71 Rush-st.
\XT antel) - a GOOD GIRL TO DO GENERAL
u housework. Apply at 715 Washlngton-st.
XXTANTED—GOOD GERMAN GIRL FOR GENERAL
vv housework in a small family. Apply Monday at
003 Wabash-av.
TIT ANTED—GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
TV work. 333Cheatnut-st., near Dearborn-av,
WANTED-A GIRL~TO DO HOUSEWORK IN A
private family. No. 2t Pine-st.
good girl fob general
TV housework. 114 Abcrdeen-st.
W ANTED - GOO HOUSE
y V work; small family. Apply at 694 West Lake-st.
to wash dishes^atrevere
Seamstresses*
TXT ANTED—I WANT GOOD DRESSMAKING DONE
V V to apply on a piano; work can be done in small
amounts along. Address R 73, Trlnune office.
TTTANTED-HANDS TO WORK ON SUITS. C.
»V HILL, 2cU WclU-fIL /
TXT ANTED—SHIRT-FRONT STITCHERS, SHIRT
»V makers, and finishers on custom work. 181 North
Clark-st.
WANTED— FIRST-CLASS SHIRT-MAKERS, WITH
Wheeler & Wilson machines, s. F. CORE, 200
Wabash-av.
WANTED - GOOD SHIRT - FINISHERSJ AT
Wayte’a Shirt-Factory, 277 Stato-st.
\\T ANTED—COMPETENT DRESSMAKERS. COME
J » prepared to work Monday morning. 472 Wa
bash-av.
XY7ANTED—TWO SKIRT TRDIMING AND WAIST
” finishers, and two apprentices, at 547 Mlchi
gan-av.
WANT ED-AT WOOD’S HOTEL, A FIRST-CLASS
• t ironer Immediately. ,
XT/"ANTED—AT WHELAN’S LAUNDRY, FIRST
* » class shlrt-lropers. Corner Wabosh-ar. and Adams.
WANTED-AT LAUNDRV 152 EAST CHlCAGO
_av.,_ten first-class ironers and one siarchcr.
\X7anteTd-fivk'' goUd inirt-ironeus and
»r twostarchcra at 285 South Dearborn-st. Steady
work and sure pay all the time.
XX7ANTED-TWO GOOD DRESSMAKERS XT 469
* y North Clark-st., and two apprentices.
XX7ANTED—GOOD MACHINE OPERATORS ON
it shirts. BACHARACH’S perfect-fitting shirts.
24 North Clark-st.
V\T ANTED—SEAMSTRESS TO RUN WHEELER &
y y Wilson machine; plain sewing In private family.
IG Grant-sL
WANTED-A GERMAN NURSE GIRL. APPLY
at it>S4 Wabash-cv. Kcferencnce required.
YTTANTED—A YOUNG GIRL TO MIND a”CHILD
VV and help in the house. Inquire at 417 West Jack
son-sL
ANTED—A HEALTHY WET NURSE, WITH
*• milk six months old, at 634 Washlngton-st.
Terms must he moderate.
WANTED-A \OUNG GIRL TO TAKE CARE OF
baby. Apply at 6 Thlrty-elgbth-st.
RELIABLE NURSE GIRL FOR
VV two children. 71 Elm-st.
WANTED— WET NURSE-HEALTHY AND YlG
orous. Address T 93. Tribune office.
TT7ANTED—A GIRL ABOUT 16 YEARS OF AGE
yy to take care of a child 5 years old. USSMichl
gan-av.
WANTED-A NURSE FOR AN INFANT 0
months old. Must have experience and be a good
plain sewer. Unexceptionable references required.
Apply at Room 21 Tribune Building Monday morning
between 0 and 12-
WANTED— NURSE GIRL. GOOD TIDY AMER
lean or German; one who will be good and pleas
ant to children; with references. 194 Park-av., cor
ner Robcy-aL
WANTED-NURSE GIRL; YOUNG GIRL PRE-
ferred. 567 East Dlvision-st.
WANTED-A WET NURSE TO GO TO KANSAS:
good wages and a good home. Apply at 125 Vln*
cennos-av.
VS/ ANTED—WET-NURSE TO TAKE HOME A 6
«y months old baby to nurse: pay moderate but re
liable. 0 17, Tribune office;
TT? ANTED—NURSE GIRL TO ATTEND CHILD
YY and do plain sewing. Apply, with references,
Monday to 72 Twcnty-iourth-st.
\\T ANTED—A WET-NURSE. APPLY AT 10S4 IN
YY cllana-av., between 1 ond2p. m.
WANTED-A NURSE GIRL. BEST OF REFER-
ence required. Apply at I*l Calumet-av.
TXT - ANTED—TWO SIIIUT-IRONERS AND FOUR
1 f washers at the Wilson Laundry. 1549 Statc-st.
\TT ANTED—FI RST-CL ASS LAUNDRESS IN PRI
- y rate family. Apply at 330 North LaSalle-st.
WANTED— FIRST-CLASS SHIRT AND COLLAR
WANTED—AT FORD’S LAUNDRY, 74 THIRD
* y av. t three ahirt-lroncrs and two searchers.
\\T ANTED—GOOD WASHERS AND SHIRT-IRON
»Y ers at Viaytes Laundry, 277 Statc-st..
TXTANTED—FIRST-CLASS NEW SHIRT AND
•» old eblrt Irouers at Saratoga Laundry, 183 and
185 Mlchlgaa-et. Call Monday morning.
\V ANTED—A GOOD LAUNDRESS AT 1005 WA
» y bosh-av.
TXT’ANTED—FOUR FIRST-CLASS SHIRT AND
y r collar iranere at Chicago Steam Laundry, 172
Lake-ay. Take Cottage Grove cars to Thirty-Seventh.
WANTED— AT PEARL LAUNDRY. 329 SOUTU
State-st.. a first-class collar ironcr immediately.
TTTANTED—FIRST-CLASS SHIRT AND COf.LAR
J y ironer. Apply at Far well Hall Laundry. No. 150
EastMadlson-st,
ITT ANTED-AT HALL’S LAUNDRY. HO SOUTH
yy Desplalncs-st.. one first class ladles* clothes
ironer and one girl U years old to Iron plain clothes.
W ANTED-AT-251 NORTH CLARK-ST., NEW
Stockholm Laundry, two first-class sblrt-lroners
Monday morning early.
Slonseuccpcrs*
TTTANTED—A NEAT, WORKING HOUSEKEEPER
yy with sloocash; references required. Address T
72. Tribune office.
TT/ANTED-A HOUSEKEEPER OP SOME EXPE
» * ricnce. about 35 years of age. tidy In appearance,
and of pleasant demeanor; must be a legible writer.
Address X. 5. rrlbuuc office.
TTf ANTED—HOUSEKEEKER TO DO THE WORK
y Y for a small family except washing: pleasant and
comfortable home tor suitable person; give references
and salary wanted. W 6*. Tribune office.
WANTED-IN SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY, A
y y working housekeeper: a desirable and permanent
C GE°ol
Employment Ageaicieio
TTTANTED-GOOD GERMAN OB SWEDE GIRLS
yy for good places now waiting. Apply at 77 East
> an Buren-st.
TTTANTED-EXFERIES'CED HANDS ON FLOW
iIITvISXav 3 ' !c -' lbKr3 - KLEIN&CO.. 144 aud
W^JE^ 12 , 4 SOUTH FRANKLIN-ST., HOOP
HODSON 1 " 1 “ andß; 15 steady work. E, E.
X\T ANTED—THREE SMART LADIES MONDAY
-A._COSTEU B i b^!rS? e “ B l 0 0,0 r ‘ Bht PartlCß
W A^T EU -, LA P r CANVASSERS O.f A SPLE.V
*i dm new book: extra terms. Call and sec It
CASSELL. PETIEI! &GALPIX. 1M Soutll'
wanted-a respectable widow woman
J T vlthnotmorcihaa two email children and some
And advantage
Ifiniituany agreeable. I own a lot and cottage of five
rooms near the city limits. Address R 91, Tribune.
W < i?Zs2"" I A. riIEDIA T KLY “ 25l ' ADIES OF GOOD
address, Vbo can write plainly, to canvass among
ouiT; be “really received by
%So£’lS£SSV(sS A 1111(1 PromiJt W- A/
W D r A M energetic lady to take
~ orders In the city and neighborhood; cxncnscs
paid. Address ox. Trloune ofllce. expenses
WANTED-GIRLS TO LEARN HOOP-SKIRT
_V* making, and experienced bauds; steady cmploy
ment. Apply to IL . WKTHERELL. 187 Wabaah-av.
V\f ANTED —HOOP-SKIRT MAKERS AT AD
» t vanced prices; experienced preferred: also cood
o U^ h C sffi l “ rlV,ltL - Slil,MA -' i,!S -
VV TWENTY LADIES TO CROCHET
at i^ParK-av 1111 UnC lloods at lhclr 0,711 homes, a pply
sing and play some baud lustruuient. A liberal salarv
paid to the right party. AddnS W eaL AKRI ffiS
UooktlL-cecrs, CSeri£s, d;c.
rcferences. AUdreshXa- Tribuneomc£ f Uty
OITDATION WANTED* -BY A COMPETENT YOrnfr
TrtOMC Odl-. i:ePgr; Clty lereri:llcM - “
orrPATio.v'wAsTku-roijyß mav keppvtt v
p from tae South desires o poallion lo o UW sPhT
drugstore to leara; has had twelve man rh «*
u-m work cheap; good reference “v^rSme
OITDATIqX WANTED-AS COLLECTOR OR AXV
mlVb?SjprecSi*™ oSccUoa
«y2SSSSSJSS! ! bm ot &«-£• "wWS
CITDATIOX WAHTED-Di SHOE MAXOFArrm'
O IDE or Jobbing home by a yoong minUhid Mm. .5"
zterleaceoa the rood. W SiltlbaMmilM?
Domcstics-ContinaeiL
nurses*
SITUATIONS WANT]
Xrzuie**
QITUATION WANTEO-TO BLANK BOOK, BIND-
O era—By a good finisher and forwarder, also ruler,
as foreman or general workman. Can give beat of ref
erence as to ability, etc. Address, for one week.
BINDER, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—IN SABH AND DOOR
O factory by an experienced practical Party, used to
taking charge, and of business habits. 1« also a prac
tical carpenter, Joiner. aid draftsman. Address Tl 4,
Tribune office.
QITUATION WANTED—A GOOD MECHANICAL
O draughtsman la open for engagement. Address R
62, Tribune office.
CITUATION WANTED-BY A FLORIST AND
O gardener, one who understands bis business thor*
oughly; will work for $1 per day, hoard myself; refer
ence given If required. Address T 95. Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-AS ENGINEER BY A
O soocr, reliable man, with best of references. W.
34, Tribune office.
€oachmeß< Teamsters*
SITUATION WANTED-AS COACHMAN BY A
O young man; single; Is u gooa groom ana driver, will
ing to make himself useful; good references. Address
TtH, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A SOBER AND IN
dustrious married man as coachman: best of refer
cnees can be given. Address T 71, Tribune office.
CITUATIOK WANTED-AS COACHMAN BY A
O middle-aged single man, strictly temperate; Syears’
experience in the city, 5 years lost place. Address R
63, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-A YOUNG SWEDE WHO
Is well acquainted with training of saddle horses
wishes to get a situation where hia knowledge can be
made use of. Please address cP M, in core of Globe
Tea Company. 1430 and 1432 South Statc-st. .
SITUATION WANTED-AS COACHMAN BY A
O young man (colored) who understands Uli business.
Willing to make himself useful. City references. X
3a Trluune office.
CITUATION WANTED-BY A FIRST-CLASS
O coachman (English) in a private family, one that
thoroughly understands the care of horses, carriages,
and harness, and is a good, careful driver. Can .milk
and will make himself generally useful about gentle
man's place. Hus first-class city references. Address
X 43, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN TO
attend horses and carriages, and garden, or drive
delivery team. O 26. Tribune office.
CITUATION WANTED-AS COACHMAN—THOR-
O oughly competent and reliable. Witling to make
himself generally useful for moderate wages. Good
references. Address O 38, Tribune office. .
CITUATION WANTED-BY AN EXPERIENCED
O coachman who perfectly understands bis business;
beat city references. Address 04tf,jrribune office.
CITUATION WANTED—AB COACHMAN BY A
O young man; will make himself generally useful;
can give best city reference. Andress W 50, Tribune.
miscellaneous*
QITUATION "WANTED—AS JANITOR OR WATCH-
O man in a public or private building; I can give
eood security and firat-claaa reference. Address T 62,
Tribune office.
QITUATION WANTED—BY A BOT OF 18 AT
O most any kind of work; resides with his parents;
best of_reference._ Address J 93, Tribune office.
QITUATION WANTED—AS WATCHMAN IN STORE
O or bank; can furnish satisfactory references. Ad
dress X ao, Tribune office.
CITUATION WANTED-AS JANITOR BY A MAN
O who understands his business; references glvenS
Call at 56 East Hurou-at.. up-stairs. M. T. A.
CITUATION WANTED-BY A RELIABLE MAN AS
O collector or any other place of trust; Is willing to
do any amount of work cheap; can give very best ref
erences ana security. Address R 68, 'tribune office.
CITUATION WANTED-BY A SINGLE YOUNG
O man of good habits; is obliging and Industrious,
and willing to work; good references from last cm*
ployer. Address 04. Tribune office.
CITUATION WANTED-FOR BOY 14 YEARS OLD,
O cither on a farm or clscwnere until of age. Ad*
dress W2O, Tribune ohice.
cituation wanted—by a reliable man,
O IS years’resident; Indoors work; good references.
Address W 67. Tribune office.
CITUATION WANTED—BY A BOY LIVING WITH
k 7 bis parents, 1C years old, in office or dry-goods
store, or would Icam a trade. _ Address 2 ipq Trioune.
A tr.**-
Domestics*
QITUATIONS WANTED—FAMILIES IN THE CITY
O or country wonting girls for general housework, at
low wages, will be supplied through the Good Samun
tan Society, 173 East Randolph-st.
CITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG WOMAN
O as first-class dining-room girl in a private family:
understands all kinds of salads. (Jau furnish best* of
city references; wishes to go to the country. Cali as
410 Wabash-av.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A GIRL TO COOK,
wash, and Iron. Can be seen with good city
references at 1666 State-su Prefers a place on the
West Side.
CITUATION WANTED-AS SECOND GIRL IN A
O private family. Call at CJ7 Mlchlgan-av.
QITUATION WANTED—BY A GOOD SWEDISH
O girl to do general housework In small family,
please call Monday morning at 18 Twenty-sixtb-st.
QITUATION WANTED-BY A GIRL TO DO GEN-
O oral housework In a small private family. Apply
at 27a South Frauklln-sc.
QITUATION WANTED—IN A PRIVATE FAMILY
O by a girl to do general housework; North Side pre
ferred. Address 282 Uurihut-st.
QITUATION WANTED-BY A FIRST-CLASS WOM-
O an meat cook in a hotel or restaurant; has no objec
tion to go a short distance in the country. Address X
11, Tribune office.
QITUATION WANTED-BY A NEAT GIRL TO DO
O general housework In a small private family. Cali
Monday at 289 West Ohlo-st. • •
QITUATXON’ WANTED—BT A NORWEGIAN GIRL
O fur second work In a hotel or boardlng‘house.
Please call Monday. MRS. BROWN, 749 Madlaoa-st.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A COMPETENT GIRL
to do cooking, washing, and ironing or general
housework in private family; reference given. Please
call for two days at mu Huron-st.; North Side.
S r
ITUATION "WANTED—Bi' A RESPECTABLE GIHL
to do general housework in a small private family:
references if required. X xs. Tribune oClce.
CITUATION WANTED -BY A ‘GERMAN WOMAN
O as cook in American family: stranger In the city:
references given If required. Call, for two days, a: 121
West Lake-st.
CITUATION WANTED—TO DO GENERAL HOUSE-
O work or second work In a small family by a com
petent girl. Call at BU7 Wabosb-av.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A GOOD WHALING KE-
O liable girl for general housework in a private family:
reference given 1/ required. Please call at iSd West
PourtccntU-st., Sunday and Monday.
CITUATION WANTED-BY A THOROUGHLY COM
kJ peientsscondgtrl: can give first-class references.
Address R 70. Trluuue office.
CITUATION WANTED—BY A RESPECTABLE
kJ girl to do light housework In a small private fami
ly or to do second work. .Please call Monday and Tues
day et 15* West Jacksou-st.
CITUATION WANTED—BY A COMPETENT GIRL
k7to do general housework In a private family. Call
for two_days_at 139 North Sangamon-st.
CITUATION ANTED—BY A COMPETENT GIRL
for second work or general housework la a small
family. Call at 21Q East Eighteentb-Sv.
CITUATION WANTED-BY A NORWEGIAN GIRL
O to do light housework or care of child; a good home
preferred rather than wages (.Christian family pre
ferred). Address W 7, Trlounc office.
CITUATION WANTED-BYA GOOD GIRL TO DO
k_» general housework or second work; city or country;
good reference. Call at 10 Thlrty-eighth-st.
CITUATION WANTED—BY A NEAT. COMPE-
O vent girl to do second work In a private family.
Please call Monday at 1302 Btate-st.
CITUATION WANTED-BY A GOOD GIRL FOR
O general housework. Call at 1222 Fulton-st.; best
of reference.
CITUATION WANTED-BY A GOOD GERMAN
k-> girl to do general housework In a email private fam
ily. PleaaecaliMouday at 321 Mlchlgsu-at-.ln tue rear.
CITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG GERMAN
O girl os second or nurse glrL Please coll at 138 Siegel
st., tnlrd floor.
QITUATIONS WANTED-BY TWO CAPABLE
O girls, one as cook and the other for general house
work. forfclty or country. Call at 691 State-s:., city.
CITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG GIRL TO
O do second or general housework. Call at 371 MU
waukec-av.
CITUATION WANTED—BY A GOOD PROTESTANT
k} woman for any work la a family. City or country.
764 \\ abaah-nv.
CITUA T ION S WANTED-BY TWO GERMAN
k J girls, m a first-class :prlrate family, one for coot,
one second-work. 410 Wabash-ar.
gITUATI
ON WAKTfcO—Bi" A.GOODGIKU TO DO
general housework lu a small private family; best
of city reference* Apply at 93 >\Tlliam-su. lor - clays.
SITUATION' WANTED—TO COOK', SVArill, AND
Iron; also, general housework; lu city or country.
Call at lU2 North LaSalic-st.
(SITUATION WANTED—BY A COOK, IN A RE-
S' spectable private family. Please call at 547 West
luiizlc-bl., up-suilra, near Aahland-uv.
OITUATION WANTED—BY A -COLORED GIRL,
tJ as u second girl in a small private family, or u
child s nurse; North Side preferred: reference given.
Coll at 260 North Clark-st,, for 2 days.
SITUATION WANTED— FOB A NIUE, STEADY
•J girl, with two years’ reference: will do general
lousework. H 5 Twemletn-at.
OITUATION WANTED—FOR A STBOAt* CA
kj pablc German girl, to do second work and nurse. 145
Twentleth-st. •
OITUATION WANTED-BY A FIRST-CLASS COOK.
O Please call at loan South Dearborn-at.
OITUATION WANTED—BY A RESPECTABLE
O young girl to do second work. Address 0 4-1, Trib
une office.
OITUATIONS WANTED-BY TWO GIRLS, ONE
k? as cook, the other as second girl or to do general
housework in private family. Picase call at 1225 Went
worth-ay. ; good reference.
■ituatio:
- - 'N WASTED—'TO DO GEN'KP.AL IIODSE
wort or second worlc In small family. Call Monday
at H3U Dnttcrlleld-st. Itcicreuce.
CITUATION WANTED —BY A GOOD GIRL, GEN-
Oeral housework or where another Is kept. Call at
Ou- Butterileid-flt. No cards answered.
CITUA'JTON WANTED—BY ENGLISH GIRL TO DO
O second work In private family. Call Monday, i«2O
Butterflcld-sc., near Thirty*ufth*st.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A GOOD SWEDISH
L 2 gin to cook, wash, and iron In a private family.
Call Monday at 156 South Park-a v.
CITUATIOKS WANTED-BY TWO COMPETENT
k? girls to cdok and do second-work, or will do general
housework; city or country. t»57 Wabaah-av.
CITUATION WANTED—BY A GOOD. UELIABLE
woman as cook or laundress; city or country; has
Uttleboy o years old. edJ iqdiana-av.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A RELIABLE, CAPA*
vJ bie girl to do kitchen or general work In r small
private family; good reference given. 9J Sixtcenth-st.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A FIRST-CLASS LAUN
kJ dress and cook; good references. Apply acuui
South Park*av. .
(SITUATIONS WANTED—BY TWO COMPETENT
ky girls, one as cook or second girl and ono as laun
dress or general housework: ocstof references. Call
for two days at 13 Nooie-su, West Side.
(SITUATION WANTED-FOB SECOND WORK BY
O a capable, trusty girl; has lived In good families;
reference satisfactory. Monday, Ud.Twcutletb -s t.-
(SITUATION WANTED-ANY LADY •ON THE
o south Side wanting a first-class Swedish -general
Bin, best references, can apply at 138 Vince an es-av.:
aojKwcauL
SITUATIONS VAJyTED^FEMALE*
Seamstresses*
CITUATION WANTED—BY A COMPETENT
O seamstress, Is a Rood dressmaker: would do light
work or mind children; is a good housekeeper; city, or
country. Good references given. I> 69, Tribune.
CITUATION •WANTED—AS SEAMSTRESS IN
O private family; can cut and fit ladles’ and children's
dresses; understandsaHkinds of family sewing; furnish
own sewing machine if required. T 60, Tribune.
CITUATION •WANTED —BT A FASHIONABLE
O dressmaker lu a store as fitter In the fall; has been
In business; best of city reference; with some custom.
O 28. Tribune office.
CITUATION WANTED—A LADT WHO UNDER
GO stands dressmaking and family sewing wishes em*
plorraent in families. Address DRESSMAKER, 113
Archcr-av,
SITUATION WANTED—BT A YOUNG LADT IN
private family, to do sewing or light second work,
by the day or week. Address KM, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—TO DO DRESSMAKING:
good fitter and trimmer. Address 1 Grovcland
court.
CITUATION WANTED-BT A DRESSMAKER,
O with best city references; terms Si per day. Z 52,
Tribune office.
IXurscs*
CITUATION WANTED-BT A RESPECTABLE
O woman capable of taking full charge of children
from month old: plain sewing: good city references.
Call for two days at 90 West Jackson-st.
SITUATION WANTED-BT A NURSE OF 15
years’ experience to attend ladles during confine*
meat: references from the best city physicians; price.
SlO per week. Inquire at 274 Warren-ay, ,
SITUATION WANTED—AS COMPANION TO AN
Invalid lady. Address W 30, Tribane office.
SITUATION WANTED—AS NURSE GIRL OR
seeoud girl Id a private family. Call at 134 West
Kandolph-su for two days. ■
SITUATION WANTED—BT A COMPETENT PER
son to take care of children; will teach French If
required. M. 11.. 32 Hauover-st.
CITUATION WANTED—BT A COMPETENT PHOT
IC estant girl os nurse; can do second work: satisfac
tory reference. Coll Monday at 1474 Arnold-at.. In
rear.
CITUATION WANTED—BT A GOOD SEAMSTRESS
O to tate care of children or do light housework. Ad
dress L. l23Twenty-®econd-j»t.
CITUATION WANTED-BT A RESPECTABLE
O young girl as nunc or second girl. Please address
or call at 77 Brown-st.
v Beosekeepers*
CITUATION WANTED-AS HOUSEKEEPER OR
O lady companion by a young widow, with references.
72 East Van Buren-at.
SITUATION WANTED-BT AN INTELLIGENT,
capable woman of so as housekeeper, companion
foranluvalldlady, or to take care of children and as
sise in Che care of a house; best of references given and
required. Address MISS A, 121 Langley-av.
SITUATION WANTED-BT A YOUNG LADT AS
housekeeper In a widower’s family where there are
Children, or os companion for an Invalid or aged lady:
will dosewiogor second work for same; reference ex
changed. Address ALICE CLANTON, Post-Office.
SITUATION ‘WANTED—BY A LADY OP EX-
O porlcnce (American) os housekeeper in hotel or
Brivate family, or would assume control of boose dur
ig watering seasfe; reference exchanged. K 82,
Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—AS HOUSEKEEPER BY A
O young widow lady. Can give good references. No
trlflers. Address W 19, Tribune office.
Ijiwndiewcs*
CITUATION WANTED-AS LAUNDRESS IN PRI-
O vate family; can give best city references. Address
RG3. Tribune olilce.
QITUATIONS WANTND—BY A GOOD LAUNDRESS
O to go oat by the day, and a girl to mind children.
84 North Elizabcth-et.
CITUATION WANTED —BY A FIRST-CLASS
O laundress in a private family. No objection to go
ing a short distance in the country. Can be seen for
two days. Call at 384 West Madtson-st.
SITUATION WANTED-IN A LAUNDRY. CAN
furnish references as first-class ironer. Call at 48
North Asblaad-av., corner of Fulton-st.
SITUATION WANTED —BY A COMPETENT
laundress In city or country. Call at 162 North
LaSailo-sc.
Employment Agencies*
QITUATIONS WANTED—FAMILIES IN NEED OF
O good Scandinavian or German female help can be
supplied at G. DUSKE’S Office. 106 Milwnnkee-av.
QITUATIONS WANTED—MRS, DEAREAN.4IR WA-
O bash-ar.. will furnish families and hotels, city or
country, with first-class help, German, Swede, and
other nationalities. Orders filled with care.
Sliscclianeeus
CITUATION WANTED-TO TRAVEL WITH FAM-
O ily or lady os companion. References given. X
8. Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG LADY FOR
office work, or any other respectable employment;
good reference given. 5936 South pearbora-st.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE COL
ored woman to take care of office rooms or house
cleaning. Call at 107 Fourteenth-st.. or 50 Langley-ar.
SITUATION -WANTED—A LADY WILL TEACH*
act as companion, assist In housekeeping or sew
ing, in exchange for a home during summer; would go
to the country: preferences. K, W. C. A., 8 Farwell
Hall.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A YOUNG LADY TO
write lu an office. Address'97B State-st.
FOR SALE.
For sale-at auction-grass-july 7. at 1
o’clock p. m.. on the Hiram Kenuicott Farm, near
Arlington Heights, 22 miles from Chicago, on the Wis
consin Division of the Northwestern Railroad,snoacres
of prime timothy grass: will sell in lots of five acres
and upwards to suit customers; three large barns on
Hie premises for the use of longc purchasers;'also three
new mowers and teams can be hired very low on the
place, with hav fork for patting the hay in barns.
Terms: note, with approvedsecurity, due Jan. 1,1880,
without interest. Apply to M. J. RICHARDS, 89 Kan
dolph-st.. Chicago, or to M. BLOOM. Auctioneer, Ar
lington Heights. (Signed) J. E. KENNICOi’T.
For sale—we are selling an unlaun
dried shirt made of Wamsutta muslin and 2,300 ex
tra heavy linen, all flnlahed and ready to laundry, for
Si each or 0 for S3.r>o. This Is uneanaled by any other
Bbirt-houae In the world. Quick sales and small profits
are what we want. Call and see them. Best quality
(pantaloon cur) Jean drawers, the finest made, for 75
cents a pair, sold everrwhere for $1.25. Sec our new
patent yoke-band collars at 20 cents each, or $2 per
dozen. Largest stock and assortment of linen collars
and cuffs In the city. Give us a trial. ** LONE STAR ”
SHIRT CO., 193 Dearfrorn-st.. opposite Honore Block.
For sale-a vert fine-new milch cow.
gentle and kind. Owner leaving the city. Apply
at 172 South Sangamon-st.
FOR SALE—CAN ALBOAT acadia :sr,o if taken
at once. O. JbW. GUTHRIE, Twenty-fourth and
Butler-sts,
T?OR SALE—CHEAP PHOTOGRAPHER’S APPA-
I; ratus for taking tintypes and photographs: In use
she months: at your own price. W. GRAMM, Twenty
sixth and Uanover-sts.
For salk-saloon fixtures, cheap, in
quire at 7*5 West Madlaon-aL from 4 to 8 o’clock
p. m. .
For sale-a good restaurant range,
but little used, cheap. 86 Marset-st.
Ti'Oß SALE—A HANDSOME YOUNG GREYHOUND
X 1 dog. Aoply at the Gardner House bar.
FOR SALE—TICKETS TO THE CHICAGO NATATO
num (either South or West Side swlming-suhool) at
reduced prices. PARKER & TILTON, Palmer House.
PAKT3SERS WAISSEB.
PARTNER WANTED-A LIVE ONE WITH FROM
S3OO to SSOO cash in a manufacturing business; es
tablished three years; Incorporated; pays 100 per cent
profit. Address T 80. Tribune office.
PARTNER WANTED —I WANT AN ACTIVE,
square man with SI,OOO to take an Interest la an A
1 legitimate business. Have also an excellent chance
for man with some means In New York or San Fran
cisco. Room 3, No. ITO.Madlsoa-st. ■
PARTNER WANTED—IN A GOOD ESTABLISHED
commission business; capital, SI,IXO. Address
W 27, Tribune office.
PARTNER WANTED—MACHINIST,’ WITH $2,000,
Address T 100. Tribune office.
PARTNER WANTED—SS,OOO OR MORE IN A
strictly legitimate business of over twenty years*
standing: parties baring the funds will find this a rare
opportunity for profitable investment. Address WG,
Tribune office.
PARTNER WANTED—WITH SI,OOO IN ESTAB
lished manufacturing business. Particulars by
calling at 935 Whbash-av.* .
PARTNER WANTED (SILENT)—S3,OOO WILL
double Itself first year: business of highest char
acter established. Address W 28, Tribune office.
PARTNER WANTED—WITH FROM S2OO TO SSOO.
In a mauufacturlng business of unlimited capacity
and profit. Monday, between o and 11 a m.. Room 88
Ashland Block.
PARTNER AND ASSISTANT WANTED—WITH
SOW, In an established light all cosh manufacture
lug business, paying a splendid profit, wltnout risk.
Call at Factory, 141 South Waters t.. lioom 2.
PARTNER WANTED—A MAN WITH $2,000,
meaning business, willing to Join me In wholesale
wine trade, car. make SIO,OOO annually. Address W
21, Tribune office.
PARTNER IVANTED—WITH SI,OOO TO $2,500.
Address W G 3, Tribune office.
PARTNER* "W.\NTED-AN INTELLIGENT LADY
with means would like to go Into partnership with
a well established millinery business. Address 0 45,.
Tribune office.
FARTNEU WANTSD-A STEADY YOUNG MAN
with ss*jo cash can get an interest in a profitable
first-class sample room In centre part of city. Address
O 50, Tribune office.
CAST OP6'
All cash paid for ladies* and gentle
men’s cast-off clothing, carpets, and bedding. Call
or address E. iiERSCifEL, 54tf atate-at.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE AND NO HUMBUG—I
will pay the highest cash price for all kinds of la
dles’uud gents’cast-off duelling, carpets, eio. Address
B. MARKS A SON. 572 South Statc-st. / .
WE DU ALL WE SAY. A.NJJ PAY CASH PH ICES
for all kind* of ladles’ and gents* cast-off cloth*
Ing. carpets, furniture, etc., and we give lusher prices
fur the above than aay other dealer in our Hue of bust
ness. Ladles and gentlemen will do well to address or
call. 11. COHEN. ArJ South Statc-at,
OQI STATE-ST. PAYS THE HIGHEST CASH
Ot/'X price for ladies* andgentlemen’s cast-off cloth*
lug. Address Mr, or Mrs. ANDREWS.
•Siin OF CAST-OFF GARMENTS
tiDJA/.V/UU wanted for store I am starting at Lead*
vllle, such as ladles’ dresses, cloaks, overcoats, suits,
pants, chocs, and all sorts miscellaneous goods of value,
i par for
Ladles’ dresses,np to $25
Overcoats, up to 20
Suits, up to 10
Pants, uo t 0.... 4
Now is the time to dispose of your goods to advantage.
Please call or address yours respectfully,
J. L Ok YOUNG, 59j South State-sL
WATCHES AND JEWEL&I.
fSIAMONDS AT A BARGAIN AT THE WORK
JLf rooms of A. LAUDERBACK, Diamond jewelry
Manufacturer, 7U Madlson-st., comer of' State, second
floor.
FOR SALE—VERY FINE GEM STONES, ONE
carat In stud and U 4 in ring; will sell very cheap
for ca-m, or will borrow on them for 00 days, o 23,
Tribune ofllce.
FOR sale—a fine pair of diamond eab
rings, which must be sold, as I am In need of
money. OUi, Trlouuc olflco.
For sale—i have a fink diamond stud
In pawn for $38.50. and will sell ticket for $5, as!
cannot radaem XL. a duress 02L Tribune office,
BOABMSG AND LODGING.
West Side*
nTHKOOP-ST., BETWEEN MADISON AND
Washington—Furnished or unfurnished, ease
front, alcove room; also, one large square room hand
somely furnished, with board for gentleman; private
family. Call to-day. ___
1 (* BISHOP-COURT, BETWEEN WASHINGTON
XU and Madlson-sta., half block east of Union Park
—Two connecting rooms on first floor with bath-room
attached, south and east exposure, with board; also, a
large south room on second floor; all newly furnished.
I O OGDEN-AN.—FRONT SUITE OPMCKIT FUH
XO Dished rooms with board, suitable for gentleman
and wife, or two gentlemen; bath with hot and cold
water on same floor.
OQ OGDEN-AV.—BEAUTIFUL SUMMER RESl
dence—Fine rooms and board for gentlemen;
large front alcove; handy to cars.
OA aBERDEEN-ST.-NICE ROOMS. FIRST-CLASS
du board, abundant table, at very low prices; only a
few steps from Madlaon-st. cars.
AC SOUTH ASHLAND-AY.—SUITE OF 2 ROOMS.
jtU large alcove room and a single room, furnished
or unfurnished; flrat-class table.
CO SOUTH CURTIS-ST.—PLEASANT BOOMS
vO with private familv to rent wl th board.
{*£ CENTRE-AY.—MCELY-FDKNISHEDROOMS
OD_with board.
nC SOUTH MORGAN-ST.—TO RENT. WITH
I O board, furnished or unfumiihed rooms; day
board commutation tickets.
iTf l WARREN-AY.—A SINGLE GENTLEMAN
Ixl can be accommodated with room and board la
private family; moderate price. References required.
PEOKIA-ST.-FIRST-CLASS AL-
XtU cove rooms in private family; nice location
and convenient to business centre; references.
99 A south morgak-s't. large pro:
jultx. room on first floor, with or without board.
09/J WEST MONROJ£-ST.-PLEAS ANT ROOMS
~jO\J with board, for ladles or cents; igood table;
also a few day boarders.
07 f* WEST WASHIN GTON-ST.-A LARGE AND
OJ.VJ pleasant front room with board, suitable for
gentleman ana wife or two single gentlemen.
0/1 A "WEST WASHINGTON-ST.—A DESIRABLE
t)TU room on second floor nicely furnished, with
choice table.
WEST WASHINGTON-ST—BOARDING—A
fJtJ a largo south-front room with small room at
tached; small family.
QQA WEST WAShTNGTON-ST EAST FRONT
fJUXj alcove room with board. References required.
A (Ad. WEST ADAMS-ST.-PARLOR FLOOR WITH
xUx closets, water, drc. (will be put In complete
order), to rent unfurnished, except carpets, to adults
with board.
7QQ WESTERN-AY. -TWO NICE LARGE BOOMS
I tlO with closets, furnished; with or without board.
A NICELY FUP.MiTIIED~ SINGLE ROOM FOR
rent with board in a pleasant family; good table;
references. Address o 22, Tribune office.
Boarding in a private family for two.
Pleasant room, near Jefferson Parle and Madison*
st- Addrcts Ou. Tribune office.
*\l EAR JEFFERSON PARK—NICELY FURNISHED
a front room and good board; home comforts; terms
reasonable. Address U 59, Tribune office.
South Side*
*J7 EAST HARRISON*ST.-NEWLY FURNISHED
XI square rooms, with board: near lake.
i)S E’ASTHAiTItISON-ST.-COOLTCOMFORTABLE
AO rooms, with or without board. Day-boarder* ac
commodated.
QQ VINCENNES-AV.—ROOMS TO RENT WITH
OU or without board, furnished or unfurnished; new
brick house, modern.
/|‘J PECK COURT—SOUTH-FRONT ALCOVE AND
Tru other desirable rooms, single oren suite, hot and
cold water, with or without board.
91 7 MICHIGAN-AV.-BOARDING AND NICELY
AX. I furnished rooms; prices reasonable.
90 I MICHIGAN - AV.—TO RENT,~L ARGETfRONT
AQjX. suite, with board:-also, single room.
9QQ~VVABASH-AV."—FURNISHED ROOMS TO
AOO rent with board; day boarders.
QIQ MICHIGAN-AV.-LAKK FRONT-FRONT
OX.fJ room with board. Table boarders accommo
dated.
007 WABASfI-AV., FLAT I—ROOM AND BOARD
Ooi for tivo youagmen: family small; no other
boarders; flm»claaa table; terma moderate.
AIU MICHIGAN-AV.-A NICELY FURNISHED
jtLU suite of front rooms to rent, together or sepa
rate, with board; references exchanged.
A7f\ WABASH-AV. LARGE ROOM WITH
\ri\J board to gentlemen; also single room.
A' 7o WABASH-AV.-TO RESPONSIBLE PARTIES
Tl *7 —nice rooms fronting ease and south, with
board.
C7Q MICHIGAN-AY.-LARGE ROOM NICELT
uI v furnished with board for two. Table boarders
accommodated. •
7A WABASH-AY.-VERY PLEASANT FUR
nished front rooms with board.
704 WABASH-AV.—FURNISHED ROOMS, 6IN-
I fJ j: glyoren suite, with or without board.
7Q7 WABASH-AV.—A PLEASANT FRONT AND
I*7l back parlor suite, together or single, with good
board; house modern: references given and required.
07*1 WAB A S H-A V.—F UR NI Sll E D FRONT
Ol X rooms, with board, suitable for gent and wife
or single gentlemen; references, etc.
QOO WABASII-AV. —BOARD WITH PLEASANT
O front and back rooms, furnished and unfur
nished; alsoday-ooard.
QKQ INDIAN A-AY.—TO RENT. WITH BOARD.
UOU front alcove room; other rooms.
i nno WABASH-AV.—SECOND STORY ALCOVE
Xl7l/0 room, with board; references required.
"I A< )7 WABASH-AV.—TO RENT.WITH BOARD,
X 1717 i elegant alcove room; other large rooms.
1 nnQ WABASH-AV.—TO RENT. WIT.U BOARD,
X\J\JU handsomely furnished front suite, extension
room, at moderate price for one or two gentlemen; hot
and cold water, with large closet; references.!
1 MICIIIGAN-AV.-FURNTSHED OR UN
±\JkJ£j furnished rooms, with board. One block
from lndlana-av. cars. Corner of Tweoty-ntnth-it.
IzIAQ INDIANA-AV., CORNER THIRTY-SEC
iIXv ond-sc.—Pleasant suite nicely furnished;
also, one other room on second floor.
1 QXfi SOUTH DEARBORN-ST.. CORNER THIR
-lUUU ty-slxth—A nicely furnished front room
suitable for two gentlemen boarders; terms reasonable.
Michigan-av.. near fourteenth-st.
Furnished rooms and board. X 16, Tribune.
'PWO LARGE AIRY ROOMS ON PARLOR FLOOR.
L elegantly furnished, to rent with first-class board.
Private family. Would accommodate visitors from the
South until September or October on very reasonable
terms, or rake gentleman and wife or single gentlemen
for the season. Location: South Side, vicinity of
Twenty-sccond-st. Address T 94, Tribune office.
TXT ANTED—TWO GENTLEMEN AS PERMANENT
'» members of a private family, who can appreciate
an excellent table and home comforts on lndlana-av.,
lake front. W 9, Tribune office.
North Stae*
7 NORTH CLAKK-ST.. FOURTH DOOR FROM
I the bridge—First-class board $4 to $a per week;
with use of piano. Day board. 83.5 a
•JO RUSH-ST.-A LARGE FRONT ROOM. FUR-
nUhed, to rent, with or without board; private
family; convenient to business centre.
QQ DEARBORN-AV.—PLEASANT FURNISHED
OO east or south front room, with or without board;
also day board.
107 DEARBORN-AV. PLEASANT SINGLE
JL £ii room for a gentleman.
ICO DEARBORN-AV.—TO BENT, WITH BOARD,
LUO a large pleasant room suitable for one or two
gentlemen.
*1 DEARBORN-AV.-FURNISHEDOR UNFUR
■LUt) nlshed rooms with good board.
T £*J DEARBORN-AV.-IN RESPECTABLE GER
IUI man family, nicely furnished rooms with good
board; everything first-class; low price. .
9] A OHIO-ST. —DESIRABLE ROOMS TO RENT
with first-class board, en suite or single.
99Q ONTARIO-ST. —A PLEASIvNT”SUITE OP
A/ajO rooms for two with good board at reasonable
terms; references exchanged. ... .
,9/11 INDIANA-ST.-A LARGE, NEWLY-FUR
ifTi* nlsbed south front suite; alsoastnglo room,
with flrat-class board at reasonable rates.
O/IO OHIO-ST.—FRONT SINGLE ROOM WITH
Zjxw board; bath on same floor.
9/1 A SUPERIOB-ST.—-ROOMS WITH HOT AND
cold water, baths, and gas, with hoard, for two
gentlemen.
9/17 EAST INDTANA-ST. -FRONT AND BACK
x.% rooms, furnished, with first-class board.
9Kk EAST TNUIANA-ST.-ONE LARGE AND
AkjxJ two small furnished rooms to rent with board.
9f»Q IN DIANA-ST., JUST EAST OF STATE—
JuXJtJ tartre south front room suitable for two gen
tlemen; ballroom; references.
977 EAST indiana-st.—a second story
Ait front room with board; also, parlor sake sult
able for a family; reasonable prices.
OnQ CHIC AGO-AV., EAST OF DEARBORN
OV/O Large furnished alcove room, with board in
family, for one or two gentlemen whose references are
unquestionable. In most deal ruble location on North
Side.
OHO EAST INDIANA-ST.—HANDSOMELY-FUR
OLrU nlsbed front alcove, also aide room, with board.
Day boarders accommodated.
Ol /4~* ERIE-ST., CORNER OF CASS-DESIRABLE
Oix location—Suites and large single rooms, with
board; references.
J*l 1 DEARBORN-AV.-BDARD . AND ROOMS;
xli three rooms In suite or single at low rates;
please call and see them; reference required.
A NICELY FURNISHED ROOM AND BOARD,
wltb useof piano. In pleasant family, east of Clark
and north ofilndlona-sta. Address X 2c, Tribune..
ANY TWO GENTLEMEN WANTING NICE LARGE
room with flrst-cl&ss board, at low figures, should
apply to W 41, Tribune offlce.
North side-choice locality, io minutes’
from Madlson-st.—A private family has pleasant
rooms for two young men. wltb or without board; best
references required. Address 0 31, Tribune office.
BOMII.
Avenue house, wabash-av. andtwenty
second-st.—Large and elegant southeast front
rooms, with or without board; prices very low.
BROWN’S HOTEL. 276 STATK-ST.—FURNISHED
rooms, with board. $4.50 tosC; day board. $3.50;
rooms without hoard, $3 to $3 a week.
CLARENCE HOUSE. CORNER STATE AND HAR
rtson-Bts.. 4 blocks south of Palmer House—Board
and room per day, $1.50 to $2.00; per week, from 48 u>
$10; also, furnished rooms rented without board.
Hotel Brunswick.—wabash-av., corner
Congrcss-sL This popular hotel has been refur
nished throughout, and Is now open for the reception of
guests. The table at Hotel Brunswick will be Kent at
us usual high standard. Prices reduced to suit the
times. Now la the time to locate at reduced w>fi»i j
H. NASON, Proprietor.
TRYING HOUSE.2IBWABHINGTON-STi-SI.SOPER
JL day, $5 to $7 per week; everything strictly flret
clasa; furnished rooms without board; location central.
ST. LAWRENCE HOTEL, 163 AND 165 SOUTH
' Clark-st., on the European plan. Elegant fur
nished rooms for transient or permanent gucau. Rates
reasonable.
WINDSOR HOUSE, 173 STATE-ST.. RIGHT Op
posite Palmer House—Room and board $1.50 per
day; $5 to 87 per week.
miscellaneous*
Vl/ILL SOME HONORABLE GENT OB LADY AD
IT vancc me S3O and take room and board la a re
ipectadlo wldow’shomey W 35. Tribune office.
BOABDIHGJUroIOOGISG,
Miscellaneous— Continued.
BEING THE AGENTS FOR A LARGE \lT\fPin> r\»
•trlctlT llwt-cliuu roouSind pY«Sta«S
very best city and suburban localities. ntiayofwhl?h
are In private families who never Insert or inaw^sS 4
vertlsementa, we can always give to reliable wTom.
d '«vriPtl''n« of superior accommodations, a knoi>Xf
of which could he obtained la no other way. Thosai??
preciatlntt really Hrat-clasa accommodations wm «aJI
trouble, ana dlsapoolntment by canine oifS?
No charge to those wishing rooms or board. PpiiiS
families leaTlnedescrlptlons of their rooms with ns
rely on their being shown to such as they wish to jS
commodate, and no others. v
BOOM-RENTING AND BOARDING EXCHANGE
ROOM 3 TRIBUNE BUILDING.
Catunry*
Boarding on a farm for families, nw
would take children. Good place for bora
vacation. City reference exchanged. 76 Twcntr-oVIK.
COUNTRY BOARD-GENTLEMAN AND WTEh
rnn find fl»t-c)asd accommodations by addreaiW
Mrs. B. D. A., P. O. Box 784. Evanston, 1 f L attC ™«W
T ARGR PLEASANT ROOMS TO RENT WITH KT - '
Ju cellenc board, near the lake, at reasonable prfeJi
Address P. O. Box 35. South Evanston. v cet *
TV/fOUNT FOREST HALUDBLIGHTFULLT SlfT
iTX uated, offer* rare Inducements to summer board,
ere. Apply to H. 11, KELLOGG there or at Boom so
No. 69Dearbom-st.
PARTIES WHO CONTEMPLATE VISITING THH
Dells of the Wisconsin Rlner can bo furnished with
pleasant rooms In a private residence by addressing
WM. MoABOY. Kilbooro Uty. Wig. g
BOARD WANTED*
Board- about September next a
congenial married couple, of good social standing
wanted to take a completely-furnished house, antf
board Che present occupants, consisting of a counu
with one grown daughter. Will pay rent and cash for
board. As this is an exceptionally fine opportunity
none but a companionable couple of unquestioned re
spcctablllty and good housekeeping qualities need re
ply. Address R 90, Tribune office.
B
OAUD-BV A YOUNG GENTLEMAN' FOR HIS
—' mother ami himself on West Side, east of
Asbland-ar.: private family Addrwm, *tth
terms, etc., X 10, Tribune office.
'DOAp.D-'wrrn a widow lady wrrHdup
D children. Address R 02. Tribune office.
■pOARD-BY A fLADY IN’ C PRIVATE FAMILY
±j on Wen Side; south room preferred. Addrea
Z 26. Tribune office.
BOARD-BY A BUSINESS MAN;-LARGE NICE
room near the late, north of Thlrty-seventh-tt~
where borae-comforts can be had: private family ore
ferred: good references given. T 86. Tribune office.
Board— by a young married lady in
private family on West Side; must be reasonable:
can give references. Answer Monday. TS 5. Tribune.
■DOARD-I WOULD LIKE TO GfcT GOOD BOARD
-D in part pay for my piano. Address B 72, Tribune.
T>OARD FIRST-CLASS. FOB MAN. w5rT
Xj ami child: North Side, near lake: reference ex
changed. Address X IS. Trlbnne office.
BO ARD—FOR A LADY AND THREE CHILDREN,
where there Is a large yard and good shade:
private; convenient to cars: lake shore preferred:
references exchanged. Address at once. Mrs. iL W.
M.. care Sal Wabaah-av. Sooth Side preferred.
BOARD-BY A YOUNG LADY IN SOME PRETTY
suburban town for the months of July and Angn.it.
The family most be strictly nr!rare, and terms most be
reasonable. Please state all particulars: reference
given If necessary. Please address W 48. Trlbnne office.
BOARD-NEAR LAKE SHORE. IN HYDE PARK
or Kenveod. for lady and son 4 years old; state lo
cation and terras: references exchanged. Address O
27. Trlbnne office.
*DOARD—BY A YOUNG GENTLEMAN IN A PRI-
U vate family where the comforts of a home mav be
enjoyed: must be within 20 minutes* walk from busi
ness centre: location and accommodation most bis
strictly Urst-clasa. Address O 32, Tribune office.
•OARU-BT A LADY ON THE SOUTH SIDE. NOT
* below Eldridge-coort. Address W 37, Tribune.
Board— by a young man, in a refined
private family where boarders arc not an actual
necessity; reference, vr 51. Tribune office.
T>OARD—BT A XEWLT MARRIED COUPLE, ONE
SJ. or two unfurnished rooms, with board. In urlrato
family: good locality; West Side n ref erred; eive par
ticulars and state price per month. Address X 37.
Tribune office. *
VOARD-'
i>ABD-AND LODGING BT A SINGLE GENTLE
uJ man In private family In some northern watering
town; prefer TTanheiha. Addresa Z 31. Trllmne olllceT
OEXCHMCE.
■pXCHANGE—WHAT HAVE YOU TO EXCHANGE
JCi for ft fine farm of 120 acres In Central lowa, on Chi
cago & Northwestern Railroad, three mllles from lows
Agricultural College, three miles from countv seat.
Would 11 fee first mortgage. Price si, 500. Address T
6P, Tribune office.
TpXCHANGE—CITY, RESIDENCE, AND FARM
JLi lands; also, floe residence In a flourishing town in
Central Illinois for an assorted stocc of merchandise.
WM. a. McKNIGHT, OTWaahlngton-st., Room 4;
For exchange—soxii> lot, with 2-stort
brick house, and 2-story frame on same !<?*♦ want
a farm In lowa or Minnesota.
50x125 Jot, with 2-story brick house ana oara; will
trade for farm or suburban property.
25x125 lot, with 2-story and basement brick; want
farm in Illinois or lowa.
160-acre farm In Champaign County, HI., to ex
change for good house and lot in Chicago* will assume
SI,OOO.
We bare a line list of property for sale ov exchatOb
_ GRIFFIN * DWIGHT,
Corner Washington and Haisted-rts.
T?OB EXCHANGE—CORNER WABASH-AY. AND
X Thlrty-thlrd-at,. part well Improved, balance la
good situation to improve, for boulevard or avenue.
Improved or unimproved. JOHNC. LONG. 74 Wash*
Ington-st.
FOR EXCHANGE—TWO-STOHT BRICK HOUSE
and lot ou West Side (clear) for larger house
tween Robey, Halsted. Lake, and Van Buren-atN. Will
assume or nay cash difference. CAMPBELL BROS..
17UMadIson-st. ..
TO EXCHANGE—SI2,COO—A SPLENDID 16-ROOM
all modern Improvement brick dwelling bam. and
lot 50x125. on West Side: boose cost 520.U00 to build
five years ago; $4,000 mortgage at 7 per cent: want
lota or a farm for the equity; one of the finest dwell*
Inga In city.
ico-acre farm. 50 head of cattle, hogs, horses, all
farm Implemcnta, crops, eta, all clear; price SB,OOO.
only 6 miles from depot. In Missouri, first-class land;
want good dwelling in city or suburbs or stock of
goods. -
s2,soo—Nice stock of drugs for a good piece of land
la lowa or a small Improved farm.
12. 000 acres of good land 16 miles from Houston,
Tex.: one of the finest stock ranches in the State; 5,00 ft
acres fine timber; price 525.000: want, city or suburban
property or any eood Improved property In country
town.
400-acre stock farm, clear; every acre under cultiva
tion; a splendid framed dwelling of 12 rooms, fine
barns, eta. one mile from depot. In Audrain County.
Missouri; want house and loc*lu Chlcauo or business
property. ■ •
$5,000—10 acres, all under cultivation, 100 bearing
fruit trees, all kinds of small fruits and shrubbery, 13
room framed dwelling, newly painted and papered, line
barn, three blocks from depot. In Aurora, ill.; want
stock of goods la city or country town.
T. B. BOYD, Room 7, 179 Madlson-st.
TO EXCHANGE—A LIGHT MANUFACTURING
business for adlamond ring or eatings, or lady's
gold watch and chain, and alltUc cash: business pays
SSO per week: or will pay cash If a bargain. at
*228 west Washlngton-st., third floor.
TO EXCHANGE—S3,OOO WORTH OP STAPLE
goods, velvets, aatlna, eta (no trash), for equity
In good city property. Address 03, Tribune office.
TO EXCHANGE—A GOOD APPLETON & TRACY
hunting case gold watch for an upilgbt piano. Ad
dress X 44, Tribune office.
TO EXCHANGE-200 ACHES OF THE BEST LAND
in Nebraska for horses and carriages or any good
personal property, at 70 South CanaDst,
r PO EXCHANGE—FOR REAL ESTATE A VALUA
± ble patent. Model can be seen at real-estate office
of GRIFFIN &DYTIGHT. corner Washington and Hal
sted-sts.
rPO EXCHANGE—AN OPEN SIDE-SPRING ROAD-
L wagon or a two-seated family buggy, both nearly
new, for lady's gold hunting-case watch. tfr
53, Tribune office.
r ro exchange-acre lot, Brighton park.
1 for a clear lot between Lake and Congress-sts. Ad*
dress REESE, 239 Park-av.
TO EXCHANGE—STOCK OF MERCHANDISE
suitable for the Western trade, for oce-thlrd cash
and two-thirds real estate, O. D. ORVIS. 85 Wash
ington-fit, _
TO EXCHANGE—I WANT A GENTLE HORSE OB
pony in exchange for a piano. Address H 74, Trib
une office.
TO EXCHANGE—ONE OR TWO UNINCUMBERED
lots on Monroc-st. near Callfornla-sv., for hand
some furniture, parlor oad Chamber salts in good con
dition. X 17, Tribune office.
'PO EXCHANGB-WHAT HAVE YOU TO EX*
A change for a nice small factory with all 'kinds of
wood-working machinery, all In good order? Address
W 2. Tribune office.
rpO EXCHANGE-FOR REAL OR PERSONAL
I property. 80 acres land 20 miles from Atchison,'
Kan., with s4*olncumbrance. Address W 18, Tribune.
TT?*ANTED—A STOCK OF MERCHANDISE IN EX-
T* change for Chicago real estate, O 49, Tribune.
TXT’ANTED-TO EXCHANGE-TABLE BOARD
V > for coal. Address X 27. Tribune office.
\JST ANTED SAVINGS BANK BOOKS IN EX
TT change for suburban real-estate; Fidelity and
Cook Countr Savings preferred. JOHN BROWN,
Room 4,1-12 Dearbora-st. _
CJLA srvoyaVts.
Astrologer and palmist—mrs. tracy. op
New 1 ork. baa taken parlors at C 3 ElUabcth-sL.
first door off Madslon; tells full names, of losses and
gains, business affairs, and marriage; can bring the
separated together, and cause- speedy marriage; satis
faction given or money refunded. io a. m. to 9p. n*.
Fee, 50 cents to 32; no gentlemen, _
r-LAIKYOYAXCK-A TEST-NO IMPOSITION
\J Look here—The greatest Independent baeiaesM
and medical clairvoyant Is MRS. PORTER, boro witn
a natural gif t. She has been tested by some
great nobility of Europe and America. Tells yo® *“®
name, of the one you will marrv: that ot her visiter,
also,deceased, and friends In tuU; shows laencfflcs, has
that great French secret for such as love and speecly
marriages; cures all diseases; she succeed* where all
otbenralt Fees, 50c and sl. PftrUes ou{o£
the city can consult MRS. PORTER hy letwr. InciMlug
a lock of hair. Si. and stamp. Office 65-Wabash-av.,
near Thlrtecath-st. ho gears. 1—
Good news— ip you are in trouble or
hcsTT'hcAftfd <ro see the seventh daughter os
the seventh son, the wonder of the worid in telling
past, present, and future; also of lost or stolen goods;
brings the separated together through charma. «d
makes home hanpy; half-price to Che poor, satisfac
tion ot
it., near Curtis. . „
Mme. milsom. clairvoyant, removed to
1475 South State- at.. overFost-offlce; est. 1805.
"MADAME CLARE. NATURAL CLAIRVOYANT
ill and charm-worker. Gents. 50 cents; ladles. 25
cents. 110 West Polk-sL. near Clinton, lower floor.
Mrs. DBWALD. phrenologist AND CLAlß
voyant. The place to hear the truth. 55ShoIto
sl. near Polk. West side. Magnetic treatment.
Mme. delaforet. the greatest glair*
voyant and magnetic physician of the age, guar
antees satisfaction, or money refunded; gives charms
that ore infallible. 420 State-ic.
STORAGE*
FIDELITY STORAGE COMPANY. 76. 73, AND SO
Kut Van Bureu-st.: established 1875; permanent
and reliable: Increased facilities for storage of furni
ture and merchandise; advances made: safety vaults;
furniture of private residences purchased for cash.
STORAGE FOR FURNITURE, MERCHANDISE,
buggies, etc,: cheapest and best In city: advances at
10 p. c. per annum. J. c. AG. PARKY it» W. Moores
HOOKS*
EOR SALE-FIFTY VOLUMES LONDON ILLUS*
trued News (1850 (0 IS7SL W3L Tribune oOo^

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