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Bookkeecers* (Clerks* &c«
TT7ANTED-A TOUKG MAX TO •WORK IN A RE
t V tail store and learn the business: small wages
while learning, which win be Increased according to
Usefulness and ability. 650 Arcber-av.
WANTED— A GOOD ILARDWARE CLERK, THOR
oughlv conversant with the Dullness. Address Y
54. Tribune office.
WANTED-A GOOD GROCERY CLERK, AT 838
_ South State-et.
XT/ ANTEIWA MAN AS BOOKKEEPER THAT
* v can furnish his employer Si.oon to 5i.300 on good
security. Address A 06. Tribune office.
TTTANTED—AN EXPERIENCED SALESMAN IN
IV a clothing-store. Call, with references, at 537
South H. Rtod-st.
TXT ANTED—AN ENERGETIC SALESMAN TO SO
vs licit custom orders in the city. Liberal commis
sions paid to reliable men. “LONE STAR Shirt Co.,
Jt« Dearborn-fit.
TX7 AN TED—SALESMAN IN OUR CLOTHING DE
»\ partment; must be pood stockkeeper. Call,
with references, JOS.. METZ to SUNS, Archer-av.
and Clark-su
Trades*
TFT ANTED—FOUR CARPENTERS, SOUTHEAST
W corner Monroe and Monmn-sta. A. CAMPBELL.
roe and Morgan-sts. A- CAMPBELL.
WASTFD-AN EXPERIENCED HAND TO RUN
a double hard-wood planer; also one for sticker
end as Iron-pattern finisher. A. H. ANDREWS AGO.,
Mather-su. between Ualsied and Desplalnes.
txtanted-two first
\> Apply at 06 North Oakley-st.
boy to learn
job printing: iuu«t bring reference and not use
tobacco. J. I>. GOODRICH & CO., Wabash-av., be
tween Forty-fifth and Kony-slxth-sta.
TT? ANTED—A GOOD BLACKSMITH TO GOTO
» coal mine In the country. Wages $1.30 per clay.
Apply to M. T. AMES to CO., 137 LaSallc-st.
TTTANTED-TWO CAN MAKERS TO MAKE 3-
vv pound tomato cans. Apply to or address KIRBY
BROTHERS. Atchison, Kas.-
TTT ANTED - WATCHMAKER A PRACTICAL,
v \ good, reliable workman wanted; must speak Ger
man. CHARLES HOFFMANN, 392MIlwaukce*av.
TTT ANTED—A FIRST-CLASS STEAM-FITTER.
VV Apply at LOESCHLR BROS.’, 177 East Lake-st,,
on Monday.
T\7 ANTED—ENGINEER WHO IS A GOOD ME
vv chanlc, understands stcam-flttlng. and to tako
charge of sream-cnglnc and hoisting apparatus. Ad
dress X 58, Tribune office.
TXT ANTED-GOOD COOK BY A CAMPING PARTY
v v of ten. during the month of August. Give terms
and references. YS 3, Tribune office.
WANTED— 20 COOPERS. APPLY TO N. K.
FAIUCAN’K & CO.. Eighteenth and Blackwell.
TX7 ANTED—TWENTY GOOD BRICKLAYERS AT
M the new city Hall: come prepared to work Monday
morning; none but society men. JOHN ANGUS.
WASTED— MANUFACTURING JEWELER; A
fir«t claflfl workman to do repairing. J. MILHEN
-ING, h 6 State-st., third floor.
WANTED-SHEET-IRON WORKERS BY THE
Chicago Stamping company. Apply at factory,
comer Harrison ana Peoria-sts.
TT7 ANTED—CARPENTERS TO GO A SHORT DIS
VV lance In the country. Apply to Col. O, LIPPIN
COTT, 70 East Randolph-st.
TYTANTED-TO BOOKBINDERS—THREE FOR
i> warders on printed work. DONOHUE A HEN
NEBERT, IQS Madlson-st.
WASTED-HOUSE PAINTERS, AT 633 EM
crald-ar.
WANTED— A GOOD POLISHER. N. B. BAS
SETT & CO., 103 and 105 booth Canal-fit.
WANTED— TWO HARNESS STITCHERS, AT 83
Randolph-fit.
WANTED— 2 OR 3 CALCIMINERB AND PAINT
ere. Apply at KERSEYS. 194 LaSalle-fit., near
Adams.
WANTED-A GOOP MAN TO PUT TOGETHER
V» sash and blinds: one used to liardwood. Apply
In mill in rear 447 West Van Buren-st.
V\7ANTKD-KKAMER CARPENTER TO LUMP A
V\ Job of framing. Inquire in basement of
born-fit, between 12 and 1 Monday,
•WANTED—A HOURESHOER: FIRST-CLASS TOR
VV ner. Apply at 817 West Lake-fit.
WANTED— A GOOD BRASS MOULDER. IMMKDI
atcly: a steady man. At»ply to SIMPSON A Mc-
GLTNN, Peoria, lIL Reference. L. Wolff Manufac
tcringCo., Chicago. _____
TT7 ANTED—TWO CARPENTERS TO BUILD A
VV bam and work by the day. 428 West Madiaon-st.
WANTED-TEN GOOD PLASTERERS AT NEW
block of stores on Wabash-av., between Madison
and Monroc-stfi., at $2.50 per day. THOS. O’BRIEN.
Coachmen, Teamsters* dec*
Wanted— a coachman: must have good
references, be well dressed, and thoroughlr under
stand the care, etc., of horses. Boom 43, H 6 Wash
ington-fit.
TV ANTED-A GOOD GROOM. WELL RECOM
VV mended: no fancy chaps need apply. Call after
noons, at 18» Washlngion-st.. Room H. •
tit ANTED—A COACHMAN; MUST BE A CARE
VV ful driver and come well recommended. Apply
Monday morning, between 8 and to E. L. PBUSS
ING, 18 to 2C Micblgaa-av.
TV ANTED—A FIRST-CLASS TEAMSTER FOR A
VV dcllverv-wagon. Inquire at. r -09 West Twelfth-
K-, or southwest corner of Van Boren and Franklin.
TI7ANTED—AN ENGLISH COACHMAN. APPLY
V V at saloon 515 State-st.
WANTED—A NO. 1 SOBER, INDUSTRIOUS, RE
VV liable driver, also harness cleaner, and men to
•work on Btockln first-class livery-stable. None but
best need address A 70, Tribune office.
\\J AN TKD—TEAMSTER. APPLY AT 203 CEN-
V ? tre-av,
Employment Acencics*
XX7 ANTED—THIS DAY. 200 LABORERS FOB THE
W c, &N. W. Co. In 'Wisconsin and Iowa: free fare;
2-'» farm bauds, at J. H. fiPEJRBECK’S, 21 West Kan*
dolph-aL; ;
Vxr ANTED—SO GOOD LABORERS FOR RAILROAD
VV work In Wisconsin, free fare, all summer’s work;
also ir<o for different kinds of work in the city, and 5
pood farm hands; highest wages paid. Apply to W. H.
McIIUGH t. CO.. 68 South Canal-st.
XX7 ANTED—TO LEAVE THIS EVENING. 25RAIL-
V\ road lal»orers for the Chicago A Northwestern In
Minnesota and Wisconsin; steady work and free fare.
CHRISTIAN A CO.. 268 South Waier-st.; office open
to-day. • '
miscellaneous*
XX7 ANTED—ONE OR TWO GOOD CANVASSING
1V salesmen; will pay liberal wages to good men;
applicants must be men of business experience and
good address. Apply, after a. Room 6. ICS Dearborn-st.
TIT ANTED—A~MA^TwifIi - APPROVED REFER-
W cnees to work on a place in the country. Apply
at -1801 Madfeon-ar.. southwest comer Forty-eighth.
TV ANTED—A LIVE, ENERGETIC MAN OF GOOD
Vl address and perseverance; to the right party a
lucrative position and steady employment. Apply to
SMART BROS.. 133 Madlaon-st.
TV ANTED—A YOUNG MAN IN AN INSURANCE
VV office. Address, giving age and salary expected,
INSURANCE, Carrier 2ft city.
TV ANTED—AN EXPERIENCED MAN TO CARE
\\ for lawn, garden, horse, and cow at Riverside.
Applv, between u and 12, at Room 7, 125 Dearborn-st.
\V AN TED—2S GOOD MEN TO TAKE ORDERS
V \ for GUlar’a watchman’s time recorder. 173 La*
6alle-«t, -
TTrANTED—At TIVE. INTELLIGENT, AND NEAT
VV boys between the ages of 12 and IS. Address, in
own handwriting, V 63. Tribune office.
TIT ANTED—A GOOD, STEADY "MAN TO RUN
W steam-elevator; none other than those well posted
and thoroughly accustomed to such need apply. Will
require best city reference. Address Y 44, Tribune.
XX T ANTED-A FIRST-CLASS TEACHER FOR IN
VV stitutc work. Call Monday forenoon at 529 Wa
bash-av. •_
XIT ANTED-A COPYIST WHO LIVES IN ENGLE
VV wood, near Slxty-slxth-st.; must write rapidly,
well, and be a good Address T Tribune,
WANTED— FIRST-CLASS CIGAR SALESMAN
with established trade through Kansas, Missouri,
and Nebraska, by a well-established cigar-manufactur
ing house, who have a fair trade In above States, with
references, on a commission or salary. Address X 63,
Tribune office.
Wanted —Monday morning, laborers
and teams., corner of chestnut and North Clark-
Its. THUS. NICHOLSON
XX7 ANTED-A FEW GOOD SOLICITORS, MEN FOR
VV State agent*, one German. Call or address WM.
T. GIBSON «fc CO., publisher*. 150 Dearborn-st.,
Room 22.
TXr'ANTED—AN. ENERGETIC GENTLEMAN FOR
VV the subscription department of our business;
must be falrlv educated, well recommended, and not
afraid to work. Adarcss X 77, Tribune office.
XT'ANTED—A MAN THAT IS WILLING TO WORK
VV the year around and lend bis employer SBOO on
good seenrity. Call at 154 Blue Isiand-av.
■\s: anted— energetic salesmen to solicit
V V custom orders for shirts In city and country; good
commission to right parlies. Address A 15, Tribune.
■\l7 ANTE E RMAF* BOYTHAT UNDE RS T A N D S
W taking core of horse and cow. Address A 2.
Tribune office. _ _
TTTANTED—GOOD BUSINESS MAN WITH LIT
VY tie money as manager for comic opera company;
no snap company. Address A. 12. Tribune office.
lirANTED-BOY IN MODEL SHOP. 84 AN
W Market-*.!.. Room 32. Central Mfg. Block.
IX7 ANTED—TRAVELING MEN CAN MAKE A
W commission; nine only 15 minutes In a town: all
overthe United States. Call at 165 East Jackson-st.
XI T ANTED—GENTLEMES AND LaDY AGENTS
w to sell a new line of i»eedle cases ard needles Just
out, and pars big; also, street men. anctloncrs. and
-peddlers to sell cheap jewelry, stationery, chromos.
novelties, etc.; prices lower than any other house can
touch: It will pay every street man In the city to give
me a call .C. M- LIMKGToN. 45 Jackson-st.
-rxTaKTED—A GOOD CUTTER IN MEAT MAB-
W ket; also. s‘oung man for delivering. Call at II
touth Ada-st. Sunday. "Monday at 4-16 Madlson-st. _
WANTEB-FEIffALEKJ
Domestics*.
TP-AV-TED-AT NO. 30 SI3:TKKSTH-ST.. 2 GIPXS:
W one who undersumUt cooiln*. Wuhan:.and Irpn-
Imr: and a3so a second elrl (Gen.au or Scandinavian
preferred). .
VITANTED-GERMAN GIRL: FOUR PERSONS IN
W family; wages $2. 802 Chrroll-av.
11'aNTFI) —A WOMAK FOK GENEKAL HOUSE
AV wortit IS2B Sooth EaSallc-st.: must Wood
•mtfherand Ironer. thoronchlyneat In all wort, and
aroll recommended: none other need apply, t-all at
Souse or wB. SCUEUIIEKUoBN, Dulled States El
press office.
Yx> aktei>-a girl fob ketches -WOKE, at
W 21fi! Forqner-st.
ViTANTED-GOOD SWEDE ORCEUMAN GIRL TO
W An .£eeral homework «t 1057 atchle»n-ar.
titastf.d-giklkok general ijonbi'.yorjv.
vV Thrt*e In family- Must be irood cook and first
class laundress. iHQ West Jackson*st.
tit ICTFD—4 GIUL TO~VO GENERAL HOUSE
W at lS>l lodIin»-»v. Apply Mondmy mora
ine. No JrUb.
W GOOD GIRL TO DO GENERAL
housework at IS7 Archer-av.
Wanted— a good, steady gird for
era! housework In the countiy. Inoulre at 514
Wabash-aT., third floor, between Clark-at. and Dear
liorn-av. !
-fiTANted-a competent
\\ housework; Norwegian or Swede. Call at 336
•West Monroe-sU
*n T ANTED—GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE^
work; references required; good vrages. Lake
Side House, one block boriu of Lincoln.-Jrark drive,
Walah-*L and Lake Vlaw-a^
WANTJED-fEIttALE HELP.
Domestics—Continnecl*
WANTED— A GIRL FOR THK COUNTRY FOR
second-wort and Ironing. Inquire Monday from
3 to r»at949lndinna-av. References.
WANTED-A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
\V woik. Apply at JO6l Indiana-av.
WANTED— 721 WEST VAN BUREN-ST., A GOOD
girl, one that can coot, wash, and iron; Norwe
gian preferred.
T\f ANTED—AMERICAN WOMAN TO DO GENE
-11 ral wort for small family, at Wilmette, Coot
County. 111. Address Y 36. Tribune office.
\I7ANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
* V 28 Winlhrop-place, between Taylor and Polk-sta.
Tlf ANTED—A GbOD7'CAPABLE~GHUTFOR GKN-
V * cral housework; German preferred; private fam
ily; West Monroe-st, Apply Monday at 351 West Mad-
Ison-st.
WANTED-FIRST-CLASS GIRL POR GENERAL
wort at Hyde Park; good wages; German or
Swede preferred. Call Monday at 142 Twendeth-at.
WANTED-A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
work, at 478 Fulton-at.
TTTANTED -A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
y V work: private family. Reference required. 239
East lodiana-st.
WANTEU-GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
work: must cook. wash, and Iron welL Apply at
11C9 Wabash-av, Reference required.
WANTED— GOOD DANISH OK SWEDE GIKL:
must be good cook, washer, and Ironer. Call
Monday at 498 West Monroe-st.
TXT ANTED—A FIRST-CLASS COOK FOR A SMALL
> ? family: German or Norwegian preferred. Good
wages. Apply at 22U South Morgan-at. __
WANTED-AT THK CLARENDON HOUSE, TWO
chamber maids and one laundress. Apply Mon
day. .
\TT ANTED-AN EXPERIENCED AND THOROUGH
v V ly competent girl to do general housework; must
come with best of cltv references. Call at 972 Michl
gan-av. Three in family.
WANTED-A STOUT, PROTESTANT GIRL 7 O DO
general housework in a private family. Apply at
15 Grand Boulevard. •
\TTANTED—a"COMPETENT GERMAN GIRL TO
v V do general housework for a small private family;
references reauired. Call at 654 We*t Adams-st.
\X?ANTKD-A RELIABLE GIRL TO COOK. WASH,
• v andiron. Apply, with references, at9*sMlcbl
gan-av. .
WANTED— A GOOD SERVANT-GIRL CAN HAVE
a good place in an American family, at good
wages. Applv 423 Sophla-st.
WANTED—AT 385 WEST TAYLOB-ST., TWO
v V good girls to do general housework; will pay good
wages. •
\\y ANTED—A FIRST-CLASS COOK. WASHER,
tv and ironer: also thoroughly competent second
girl. Apply at nit
WANTED- A GOOD/ COMPETENT GffiL. GF.R
man or Swede, to do general housework; refer*
ences required. Call at -5 Aldlne-square.
WANTED— COOK AND GERMAN SECOND GIRL.
Apply Sunday, July 13, at 231 South Aahland-av.
\V ANTED—TWO GIRLS FOR EVANSTON, ONE
VV as cook, etc., and one to take care of children.
Address, with refereoces and terms, V 72. Tribune.
WANTED-YOUNG GIRL 18 OR 17 YEARS OLD
competent to do second work. 104 Calumet-ay.
TX7ANTED-AN EXCELLENT COOK AND GEN
VV oral houseworker; no washing; good wages; a
German, Swede, or Scandinavian preferred. Refer
ences. Cali at 031 West Washington-fit.
WANTED-A COMPETENT GIRL TO DO GEN
cral housework. Apply at 551 North Clark-sL
Also a nurse girl.
TV ANTED A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
\\ housework. Call at6*4 West Adams-st.
Wanted— a girl for general, housework
in private family: reference* required. Call at
3S3Dayton-st., North Side.
WANTED— A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
work; good references required. Apply for two
days at 864 Stabe-st.
WANTED—SI A DAY TO GOOD LAUNDRESSES:
VV work for women with children. Employment of
different kinds for girls and women In city and country.
Board* $2 and $2.50 a week. GOOD SAMARITAN
SOCIETY, 773 East Randolph-st. .
WANTED—A GOOD CuOK AND LAUNDRESS TO
VV go a short distance In the country. Apply Mon
day morning at 655 Washlngton-sc.
\T7ANTED—A CAPABLE AND RELIABLE GIRL
VV lor general housework: German preferred. Ap
ply at 2U2 West Jackson-sL Call Monday between 9 and
ll a. m. .
WANTED— GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK,
care for baby; German or Scandinavian pre
ferred. Apply rear 404 Jackson-st.
\ttANTED —A GOOD GIRL FOR ORDINARY
VV housework at 678 West Adams-st. -
\T7ANTED—GOOD GERMAN, SWEDE. OR NOR
VV weglan girl to cook, wash, and Iron: small fami
ly; reference required. Apply at 22 East Randolph-st.
WANTED— A GOOD COOK, WASHER, ANDIRON
•cr at 625 North LaSalle-st, Small family, nice
home, sureply. Call after 9 a. _m.
WANTED-GOOD GlßL’f6r GENERAL HOUSE
work at 24 Twcnty-crghih-st., between Stato-st.
ana Wabash-av.
WANTED-A SECOND GIRL (GERMAN) 14 OR 16
VV years of age. Must have good reference. Call
immediately at 1728 Wabash-av. •
WANTED-A SWEDE OR NORWEGIAN GIRL TO
do general housework In private family of three.
Apply at 52 Loomis-st.
WANTHD-AT 1757 WABASH-AV.. CORNER OF
Thlrty-fourth-st,. a good strong German girl for
general housework; must be neat and competent.
Tx» ANTED—AT GIRL
VV for general housework; small family. -■
WANTED-A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
VV work In private family. 21 Plne-st.
VX7 ANTED —GOOD GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE*
VV work on farm near Elgin: steady place. Call
Monday forenoon at 363 West Adams-at. i
Wanted— a Scandinavian or german
cook: first-class references required. Apolyat
Room 43 Exchange Building. 116 Washington-sc.
\X7ANTED-A GIBL TO DO SECOND WORK, IN A
VV private family. Apply at 335 Superior-st., cor
ner of Pine.
XX/ ANTED-A • GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
W • housework; Inquire immediately at CGI Wor
rea-av.
\\i ANTED-A GOCD GERMAN GIRL FOR GEN
VV eral housework. Call at lU9 Cottage Grove-ar;
\X 7A N TED—IN A PRIVATE FAMILY, A THOR
v V oughlv competent yonng woman to do light sec
ond work and family mending; must understand work
ing Wheeler A Wilson machine Apply at IXO2 Pral
rlc-ar.
IT7ANTED—GIBL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
V> one that can cook. Apply at 185 South Sanga
mon-st.
\\T ANTED—A WOMAN TO DO GENERAL HOUSE-
W work In a snburoan town. 10 miles out; no objec
tion to a child. Apply Monday at 385 Oak-sL, from 8
to 12.
WANTED A TRUSTWORTHY GIRL FOR
housework. In a suburb. Must be over 23. Ad
dress X 72, Tribune office. •_
W ANTED-A GOOD GIRL BY A SMALL FAM
lly. Inquire at 334 Chestnnt-st., near Clark.
W ANTED-A GOOD GIRL TO DO GENERAL
housework or second work. Inquire at 134 North
Jefferson-et,
WANTED— A. GOOD GIRL FOB GENERAL
housework at 264 Ashland-av.
IX7ANTED—A FIRST-CLASS GIRL FOR GEN-
Yv era! housework. ApplyMondayat 48 South Cur
tis-st.
TXT ANTED—GERMAN OB SWEDE GIRL FOR
W general housework In private family. References
required. 359 East Chlcago-av.
*X7ANTED—A GOOD GIRL TO. DO GENERAL
VV housework at 509 West Twelfth-st.
\X/ ANTED—GIRL 16 YEARS OLD TO ASSIST IN
VV general housework. Call by 1 o’clock to-day at
Pekin Tea Store, aTOState-su
WANTED- A GOOD GIRL TO DO GENERAL
housework; small family. 141 West Randolph
st., ovcrsiore. . '
W ANTED-A GOOD GIUL TO DO GENERAL
housework at li7 South Sangamon-st.
VX7ANTED-A NEAT GIRL TO DO GENERAL
VV housework In a private family of two. 411 Wtst
Harrison-st.
XX7ANTED-A STEADY GIRL TO DO GENERAL
VV housewonc In small family; a good washer and
Ironer. Apply at Z 553 South Dearoorn-st._
WANTED—AT 91 DEAKBORN-ST., ROOM 7, A
W stout, active girl, to wash. Iron, and do chamber
work: very best wages to the right one.
XX7ANTED—A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
VV work for a small family; German preferred. Ap
ply at 264 East Erie-sL
WAN TKD—PROTEST AN T GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Call to-day at 384 MlcDlgan-av.
\T7ANT£D-’a GOOD GERMAN GIRL TO DO GEN
VV eral housework. Call for three days at 719 West
Super! or-tu _
TffANTED-OOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
W work. 203 Dearbom-av.
WANTED-A GOOD GIRL AT 91 WEST JACK
fion-st.: one who Is accustomed to boardlng*house
work: wages. $3 per week to one that will know her
work. Call any time to-morrow.
\XrANTEI>—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
VV no children. 51 North Sheldon-at., corner Fulton.
ANTED—AT 54~ SOUTH SANGAMON-ST.—A
girl for general housework, except cooking.
TT7ANTED—A GOOD DINING-ROOM GIRL AT
VV Windsor Hotel, 26 and 2d West Madlson-su
WANTED— A GIRL FORGENERAL HOUSEWORK
lu a small family. Apply at 46 Wtnchester-ay.
vTtANTED-A YOUNG GIRL FOR GENERAL
W housework: small family. 971 West Adama-st.
WT ANTED—AiWOMAN COOK TO TAKE CHARGE
VV and do general work for three In a family, six
miles from the city. Must be a good cook. Address
A 23. Tribune office.
TITANTED-A COMPETENT GIRL TO DO GEN-
W. eral housework, at 307 Warren-av,
V\f AN TED—A GOOD SECOND COOK, AT LA
VV Pierre House, corner Washington and Halsted.
W“ '^NTED—A~COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; references; immediately; small fam
lly. Gi'J f ulton-st. .
WANTED-A PLAIN COOK AT ENGLISH HOUSE,
31 East Washlngton-st. .
WANTED-A GOOD GIRL TO DO GENERAL
housework. 449 West Jackson-st. •
TT7ANTKT>—GIRL FOB'nODSEWOBK IN SMALL
VV family: German, Bohemian, or Polish; good
pay. Inquire at 113 Sheldon-st., rear Carroll-av.
WTnTED-A YOUNG GIRL TO WORK IN
dining-room and assist In kitchen. 224 Sonth
Morgan-st. •
WANTED —GIHL FOB GENERAL lIOLSEWOKK
m•small family. Call at 77 Seeiy-av.
TTT ANTED—A STRONG GIRL TO DO GENERAL
X V housework, a good washer and Ironer; good
wages. Apply at llUPralrie-av.
WANTED-OAPABLE GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework: also young girl to take care of bshy.
701 Monroe-st.
WAN TED—A GOOD GIRL FOB G ENEBAL HOUSE*
work. Apply at 1018 Wabaah-av.
W~ANTED-A goodgirl forgeneral house
work In a small family at 354 Outario-st.
W~ANTED— AT WOOD'S HOTELi LUMEDIATE-
iy. girl :o assist pastry cook.
WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED DINING-ROOM
girl. Apply at lute Wabash-ay. ■
WANTED— A GOOD GERMAN GIRL TO DO
cooking and laundry work. jCali at lua Warren-av.
XXJ ANTED—GOOD GIRL FOR GFNyyAI, HOUSS
TV work. 2jo Marthfleld-av.
THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE: SUNDAY. JULY 13. 1879—SIXTEEN PAGER
\FANT£D-F£HAL£ H£LP«
Seunstreaiet*
TXT ANTED—FIVE GOOD WAIST AND DIttSS
VY finishers. 733 Wabash-av.
WANTED-TWO DRESSMAKERS AT 471)4 SOUTH
Clark-st. ___
\T7ANTED—TEN FIRST-CLASS SHmTMAKERS
W with Wheeler & Wilson machine, Monday morn
ing. S. F. CONE, 200 Wabaah-av. ...
LIKE TO GET SOME
W first-class dressmaking done to apply In pare onu
new piano. To reliable party will give a bargain. Ad
dress Y 37. Trlouue office.
TT? ANT ED-GIRLSTO LEARN PINE DRESSMAK-
W ing, or to finish the trade, at 71 Oakwood-boule
yard-
Wanted— good overall makers at ad
vancedpay; plenty of work; also, experienced
hand-sewers on coats. Apply at Clothing factory of
CLEMENT ds SAYER, 416 to 424 Mllwaukee-av.
TT7ANTED—A COMPETENT SEAMSTRESS AC-
W customed to dressmaking, also a girl to learn
dressmaking and assist with light honsework; a good
s«wer can have a home and wages while learning. 1-VJ
State-st. ’ __
WANTED— 50 HANDS TO WORK IN SHOP ON
California coats, vests, and overalls: steady
work the year round; our girls are mating from »o to
SI3 per week; machines and steam-power furnished
free. BERLIN & RHODES. 259 Kanuolph-Bt., corner
Market, fifth floor. .
Wanted- experienced shirtmakers
with Wheeler «t wiuon machines: steady work
and best pay. lu3 Dearborn-st.
WT ANTED-FIVEFIRST-CLASS MACHINE.GIRLS
W In a fine coat shop: good wageswin be paid Ap
ply Monday ready to go to work ac LARsbNb Mam
moth Clotnlng-llouse, corner Lake and Liucoln-sts.
\l7 ANTED—FIRST-CLASS OPERATORS ON bfctt ■
W Ing-macblnes run by steam newer; machine fur
nished free, and good wages paid for work. Aproy
either at our saleroom, 76 \vabash-av. , or at facLory,
259 Uandolph-st., Lind Block. THOMPSON to Mo-
CHILLER. ___
Laundresses-
WANTED —ls GOOD SHIRT IRONERS AT ORl
ental Steam Laundry. 403 and 405 M eat Madison
st. Come prepared to work at once.
Wanted— five good shirt-iboners and
two st&rchers at ;W5 South Dearborn-st. Steady
work and sure pay all tne time.
IT/ANTED-GOOD girl for washing and
W Ironing; work light; pay S 3. iu& Dcarborn-av.
TT7ANTED-ONE STARCH ER. TWO IROf.fc.RS
W and polishers; must bo Orst-claas, at Home
Laundry. 73G West Lakc-sL Come Monday.
\T7ANTED-AT LAUNDRY 152 EAST CHICAGO;
\Y av., some first-class ironers for shirts and ladles
clothes; Swede or German preferred. Also 2 starches.
ASTED=ONE STARCHEK: MUST BE FIRST*
class. LOOMIS LAONDHY. 193 West Monroe-st.
WAXTED-JMMEOIATELT- ONE FIRST-CLASS
laundress at the Clarence House, corner of state
and nsrrisou-sts.; come prepared to work,
TV ANTED—TWO IRONERS, ONE ON NEW
VV spins; must be first-class. Scandinavian Lauu*
dry, 3u North Welia-st.
W'aSTED-TWO FIRST-CLASS IEONKRS, T7\o
scrub girls, oue chambermaid, one plain washer.
Apply at Briggs House.
WANTED— GOOD SHIRT AND COLLAR IRONER;
also starcher. MODEL LAUNDRY* 737 West
Madlsou-st. '
aSTED-AT HALL’S LAUNDRY 110 SOUTH
VV Desplalnes-st.. 2shlrt-ironent, 1 collar-ironer, and
1 ladles’ clothes ironer. ;
WANTED-GOOD WASHERS; THREE OLD SHIRT
irouers, and two new shirt Irouers. Ten cents each
paid lor new shirts at WAYT’E’S Laundry, 277 State-st.
WANTED-AT THE FORD LAUNDRY, 74 THIRD
av., foursblrt-lroners,
WANTED-AT BALTIMORE LAUNDRY. NO. 10
VV south Cllnton-st., four pood shirt Irouers, .
WANTED-AT NEW STOCKHOLM LAUNDRY.2SI
North Clark-st., a collar Ironer and washer; must
be first-class and on time Monday morning.
V\T ANTKD—SIX FIRST-CLASS NEW SHIRT
W Ironer*; steady work at lucenupcrshlrt. HOME
LAUNDRY. 10U South Halstead-fit.
WANTED— SIX SHIRT-IRONERS, TWO LADIES’
clothes Irouers. one fint-elaas washerwoman.
Sutherland's Laundry, No. 610 South Siate-st. Call
ilomlay.
WANTED-TWO SHIRT-IRONERS, ONE COLLAR
and cuff Ironer. Call at laundry Journal office
before 5 o’clock to-day. ANNA C. SCOTT.
WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED HEAD LAUN
dress and a woman for plain washing, at REVERE
HOUSE. __
nurses*
TT7ANTED-A RELIABLE NURSE GIRL, ABOUT
VV 17. Apply Monday, with reference, at 503 Ful
ton-st. ■
WANTED —A GIRL TO TAKE CARE OF A CHILD
and assist In housework and sewing; bring ref
erence. Apply at 304 East Indiana-fit.
WANTED-GIRL TO TAKE CARE OFCHILDREN
German preferred. Apply at l3l2Pralrle-av.
WANTED-A PERFECTLY RELIABLE PROIEa 1-
ant girl for the suburbs for nursing and sewing.
Inquire Monday from 3t05 at 949 Indlana-av.; refer
ences. __ .
WANTED—A NURSE-GIRL TO GO INTO THE
VV country. Call to.-morrow at 516 Mlchlgaa-av.
Housekeepers*
Wanted— a working housekeeper: irish
or Scotch preferred. Cow kept. Address X 60,
Tribune office. _
TT7ANTED—A NEAT, YOUNG HOUSEKEEPER
VV by a gentleman: house email and cosy. Address,
with particulars, in strict confidence, A 25, Tribune.
miscellaneous*
WASTED-LADY TO DIRECT ENVELOPES FOR
a few days. Y3t Tribune office. »
Wanted— experienced hoopskirt mak
ers; highest price paid: steady work. L. NEU
MAN. 103 Dearborn-ar., North Side.
WANTED— A GOOD HOME FOR A WOMAN WITH
'a child; capable of superintending house, and as
slstlng In the work. Address Y. Tribune office.
\T7ANTED—TWELVE •<EXPERIENCED BINDERY
W girls. DONOHUE & HENNEBERY, lOGMadl
son-st. ’ ______
\TTANTED—A LADY OF FAIR EDUCATION IN
W . our subscription department; hours from 9to 5
and remuneration fair. X 77, Trionne office. ‘ •
WANTED— LADY OPERATOR; ALSO TWO TO
learn telegraphy for good paying private offices.
Address X 88, Tribune office. .
WANTED— BY AN OLD-ESTABLISHED HOUSE,
lady canvassers to work In the city upon salary
or commission; references required. Addre&a A 56,
Tribune office. __
WANTED - EXPERIENCED HOOPSKIRT-MAK
era and girls to learn; good wages and steady
employment. ’ApplyatH. W, WETUEicELL’S.
WANTED— LADIES AND GENTS TO STUDY FOR
the stage: all branches taught; engagements
guaranteed. PROF. LINK. 167 Clark-st., Room 15. _
YODNG~LADY FOR
traveling; one who can play baujo or cultar and
sing preferred. Any good-looking young lady can ap
ply. FRANK M. LINK. Dramatic Agent, 167 Clark-st.
Bookkeepers, Clerks*
SITUATION WANTED-AS ASSISTANT BOOK
keeper or In an office; am experienced and can give
good references; moderate wages expected. Address
V 23, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-AS BOOKKEEPER OR
cashier; can keep any set of books; fifteen yean*’
experience; salary sl2 per week: best city references;
strictly temperate. Address V 85, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—BY YOUTH OF 19: THOR
ough bookkeeper; low wages: best references;
graduate Bryant & Stratton. 1 66. Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A PRACTICAL BOOK
keeper and correspondence clerk, having iOyoar»*
experience and a thorough knowledge of business. In
almost any capacity; A I reference; would travel for
the lumber trade or grain commission business; ac-
3 minted with both: moderate salary accepted. Ad
reas V 62, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG ENGLISH
mau. who Is a first-class salesman of 10years’ expe
rience, in a wholesale grocery or provision house: un
exceptionable city references. Address X 52, Trib
une office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A PRACTICAL, EX
-1 pcrleoced bookkeeper; first-class city reiereneca.
Address X 73, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN AS
shipping clerk; five years’ experience In Chicago;
references given. Address X 74. Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A SHORT-HAND
writer of railroad experience. Address Y 98. Ti lb
une office. •
SITUATION WANTED-BY A MAN OF MIDDLE
age (American) for general work or place of trust;
please investigate references. Address X 71, Tribune.
SITUATION WANTED-BY AN INTELLIGENT
young man of honest and steady habits; am willing
to work tor low salary at anything. Y 83, Tribune.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A YOUNG MAN WITH
a good education In a wholesale or retail grocerv;
speaks German and English: heat of references given.
Address A 74, Tribune otllce. •
Xraaeb*
SITUATION WANTED-BY A BOTTO LEARN THE
machinist trade; has bad some experience. V 75,
Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-AS FOREMAN IN A BOOT
and shoe factory by an experienced man; No. 1 ref
erences. Address V 73. Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A MECHANIC AND
engineer. Had four years’ expedience as lorcman.
AG, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-AS CUTTER IN A cus
tom tailoring house by one having a thorough
knowledge of the business In all Its branches; can tnilu*
cncc first-class custom: best of city references given.
Address A 09, Tribune office.
Coachmen* Teamsters* &c«
QITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN OF 18
O to drive team and do city work, or in private fam
ily, Address 493 North Wood-st;
SITUATION WANTED—AS COACHMAN, OR
k> coachman and gardener, by an unmarried man
(English); have been here eight years, and know the
city. Address 475. corner of Loomis and Monroo-ats.
SITUATION WANTED—AS CARRIAGE DRIVER
by a colored man. Canadian by nativity, and well
floated in care of good horses and vehicles; temperate
n all hi# haulm, goon, careful driver: unquestionable
references as to honesty and character; good services
offered and good wages expected. Address, for three
days, V 66, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A YOUNG MAN AS
O coachman. drive team, or to work In a commission
bouse; 4 years in the last place; good references. Ad*
dress V sa, Tribune orbcc.
SITUATION WANTED—AS COACHMAN. AND
O understands the care of horses and carriages perfect*
I}’. and can come well recommended. AddressXUZ,
P.0.80x 315.
SITUATION WANTED —BY A FIRST-CLASS
coachman whose employer It going away for the
summer months. Thoroughly .understands his basi
nets. Address Y 42, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—AS COACHMAN OR
teamster, private or livery, by a colored man: best
of city reference. RICHARD HILLIARD, rev of B*o
state-su
Situation wanted-bt an , experienced
coacbroan (Dane), who perfectly understands bis
business; b ±st city references. Address V ID, Triounc.
SITUATION WANTED-AS ENGLISH COACHMAN
by a competent man without family; good, careful
driver and good horseman, sober and steady; first-class
reference from last employer; well used to clt» Ad
dress IYZ. Tribuneoffice.
SITUATIONS
" Eniploymenl Ageacies,
QITUATIONS WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE
O married fYeocbman In first-claas bouse to do Injwe
work or coachman; the wife Is No. I co ? f S ( ? r dStS,
keeper: best of references. Address MRS. DEAR
JEN’S, 416 Wabash-av,
jllisccllaneous*
CITUATION WANTED—AS COFFEE { KOASTKR;
O understands the spice business in all Its branenes.
Best of reference given. Address for two days AO. s*
North State-fit.
SITUATION WANTED-A GENTLEMAN WITH
ten years* practical expewnce selling lumber to the
country trade wants position as traveling salesman.
Address V 57, Tribune -
SITUATION WANTED-aN ENERGETIC MIDDLE
aged man, who lor the lust thirteen years has been
traveling In the tea trade In the Northwestern bUtca
and Territories, would like a similar Position to sell
goods In Colorado and New Mexico; will furnish the
highest recommendation. Please address COMMER
CIAL TRAVELER, P.-O. Box *l3. St. Paul. Minn.,
until Sept. 1, 1.579.
CITUATION* WANTED-BY A STUDENT AT THE
O Chicago University, to do some work for board,
either bv teaching German or doing chorea. X o-,
Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—BV A THOROUGHLY
potent man in a grain commission house as truder,
and to assist In the office. Address VB7. tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-AT ANYTHING RESPECT
abIe by a young man who will give best of city ref
erences. Address Y 53, Tribune office.
CITUATION WANTED-BT A SINGLE MAN OF
O fair education, in some mercantile business which
would give him an opportunity to work himself up.
City references from present employers, for whom he
Is working nearly three years. Address A 77. Tribune,
SITUATION WANTED—BY~A YOUNG MAN AS
night-watchman; can furnish good references If
required. Call or address SC, 441 Calumct-av.
CITUATION WANTED—BY AN ENGLISHMAN
w (married) as watchman or janitor, or any perma
nent situation; has served twelve years In Lnirllsh
army; good references given. Address X 85, Tribune.
Domestics*
SITUATION WANTED—IN A SMALL AMERICAN
family, by a good German girl; good references.
2Fowler-su. near
Situation' wanted-by a competent or*
Uer cook. Cal! at 253 South iialstcd-at.
Situation wanted-by a Swedish girl
to do second work. Please callsc 79 Oak-st., rear.
SITUATION ' WANTED-BY' A GOOD SWEDE
O girl to do general housework in a small family.
Call Monday morning at 19 Twenty-slxth-st.
OITUATION WANTED-BY YOUNG GIRL TO DO
O light work, or take care of children. Reference
given. Address 85 Elaton-av.
Sit 0 ATI C)N S TV A NTED—B X TWO SWEDISH GIRLS
In private family; one as cook, the other as second
girl. Call Monday at 312 Townseud-st.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A*GOOD NORWEGIAN
girl In a small private family. Reference from
last place. Apply at 712 Washingtoa-st.
SITUATION WANTED-TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
work. by a good, steady girl, in a small family.
Apply at 1372 South LaSalle-sc, near Twenty-seventh.
Call Monday.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A GIRL TO DO SEC
ond work and sewing or general housework. Call
Tuesday and Wednesday at 399 South State. Room 21.
SITUATION^WANTED— GIRL
as chambermaid or parlormaid in a private family.
Call or addressA O, 22 Kclth-st.. West Sld_e.
SITUATION~WaIs'¥eD-BY” a TIDY. CAPABLE
Swede girl to do general housework In a nice fam
ily: city reference. Callatl4sTwentleth-st.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A SWEDISH WOMAN
to do general housework In a private family: good
reference given. Apply at luu Bremer-st.
SITUATIONS WANTED-BY TWO COMPETENT
Odgirls, one os cook and the other as second girl: best
city references. Cali at 215 Twenty-slxth-st., up
stairs.
SITUATION WANTED—AS SECOND GIRL IN A
private family. City reference. Call Monday at 604
West Fourteenth-st., up-staira.
SITUATIONS WANTED- WORKING-WOMEN. TO
do all kinds of labor, recommended to do their
work well, to goto tnc city or country. GOOD SA
MARITAN SOCIETY, 173 East Randolph-st.
S' ITU ATI ON WANTED—BY A GOOD GIRL TO DO
general housework;: the best of city reference. If
required. Call Monday and Tuesday at 682 Garroll-av.
OIT U atTo N~W ANTED -BY AN EXPERIENCED
O girl from Evanston In first-class family as second,
nurse, or sewing girl; best of reference. Please call
Monday at 195 west Erle-st.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A GIRL 1R TEARS
old to do second work* . Y 81, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A RESPECTABLE
girl to do general housework In a first-class private
family; good reference.: - Please call at 570 Sooth
Statc-st. No postal’cards.,
SITUATION WANTED—BY A NORWEGIAN GIRL
O os second or sewing .girl, or general housework;
small family. Call Sunday or Monday before 12 m. at
North Morgan-st. •
SITUATION WANTED-BY A NORWEGIAN GIRL
as second girl in an'American family: city refer
ences. Apply at 2i>l North Desplalucs-st.
SITUATION WANTED-BY AN ELDERLY WOMAN
to do housework: u 6 objection to boarding-house.
Call or address B. No. 93 South Jeffcrsou-st.
SITUATION - WANTED—TO DO GENEKAL HOUSE
work by a capable person. Apply at 27 Brcmcr-st.
Call Monday.
SITUATION WANTED-AS FIRST-CLASS COOK
O in a private family; utaderstauds all kinds of pastry;
highest references givea.u Call at or address 619 State.
X;if UATI6X'A - Xtfft OUU,
O todosecond work and assist in the core of children.
Call at or address 210 East Eighteenlh-st.
SITUATION WANTliri-Bi’ A Glut. TO DO SEC
ond work or general house work In a small family;
give references. Please call at 84
SITUATION WANTED-BYA THOROUGHLY COM
petent young womoiPto do general housework;
charges $4 per week: good references; no objection to
going a short distance lathe country. Address X 90,
Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A FIRST-CLASS
cook, washer, auuirouerln a private family where
two girls are kept. Cad at 150 WestJilnzic-at, __
SITUATION'" WANTED-BT ”A THOROUGHLY
competent Scandinavian girl to da general house
work In a small family; Is agbod cook and laundress; a
good house preferred. Address Al 3, Tribune office.
SITUATION“WANTEDr-BTA GIRL FROM THE
country to do second'work or take core of children.
Plcaso call at 87 Whlte-st. t . .
SITUATION WANTED-BY A 3RESPECTABLE
O girl as cook or laundress in a private family. Call
for two days at 73 De*aware-placc.
SITUATION WAKTEDt-BY A GIRL TO DODIN-
O ing-roomor chamber work. Apply at 37G West
Taylor-st. -
SITUATION WANTED-BY A GOOD MEAT AND
pastry cook who Is fully competent to take the en
tire charge. 10G5 boutn Dearouru*st.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A COMPETENT GIRL
O to cook, wash, and Iron or general housework.
10G5 South Dcaroorn-st. • ; -
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG GIRL TO DO <
O light housework fora.young or old couple. VO
Wood-st.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A GERMAN GIRL FOR
cooking, washing, and ironing in a private Ameri
can family; wages. $44 West Side preferred. 72 West
Ranuoluli-st. Call Monday.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A GIRL TO DO LIGHT
O housework or take care of children; references
given. Cull at 88G South Dearborn-st.
SITUATIONS WANTED-BY TWO RESPECTABLE
O girls, one to cook. andiron, the otherto do
second work or take carcof children; lived three years
at lost place. Call at 2027 Wentworth-av.. near Thirty
ulutn-st. <
SITUATION WANTEDr-BY AN ENGLISH GIRL TO
do second work in private family. Call Monday at
JJuttcrileld-st., nearThlrty-ufth-s;,
SITUATION WANTED-AS COOK AND LATIN*
dress In private family. Call at 42 Blue islami-av.
Best of reference. No cards.
SITUATION* WANTKD-BY A GOOD GIRL TO DO
general housework.: IM2 Buttcrficld-su, ncir
Eighteenth: reference given; no postal earns answered
cnUATIUN WANTED-BY A COMPETENT GIRL
O to do second work; best of reference. Please cad
at 258 Calumet-av. •
SITUATION WANTED—BY COMPETENT GIRL TO
cook, wash, and Iron, or do general housework.
Apply at 6 Fourtcenth-st.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A PARISIAN FRENCH
O girl to do second work, or lady’s mild. Please call
at I7d West Polk-st.
Situation wanted—as second girl in a
private family, and assist In sewing. Call* at 233
South May-su ;.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A FIRST-CLASS GIRL
tucuoik. wasti, aud iron: the best of references.
Call at 22G North Clark-st., Room 7.
Situations wanted-by two competent
girls, one as cook, the other for second work. 11-4
Tweuty-ulnth-st.
SITUATION PERSON
Otocook, wash, andiron, or do general Work, In small
family. Call at 902 BuucrUclU-st. ______
oitUations WANTED-BV FIRST-CLASS*CHAM-
O bermald. Also by good girl lorgeuei m uousew*.rk.
Call at UIW ludlaua-av. - - • •
SITUATION A RESPECTABLE
O German girl, os nurse girl aud for sewing. Apply
utNo. 11 Ray-st. ■
SITUATION WANTED-BY A COOK. "WASHER
and iroucr, or do general housework. No objection
to city or country, call at 18 Itay-uv.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A GERMAN GIRL TO
O cook, wash and iron in a first-class family. Best
city reiercuce. 4IG Wabasii-av.
Situation wanted-by good reliable
O woman, with a boy about 7 years old, as cook or
laundress, city or country. GJ3 ladlaua-av.
SITUATION - 'VVANTED-BY’A GERMAN GIRL
O for light housework m au Americau family. North
Side preierred. Call or address 35G sedgwick-sL, up
stairs. •
SITUATION WANTED-BY A GOOD. RELIABLE
girl to do general housework. Please call at oO
liope-st.
SITUATION WANTED-BY COOK AND LA UN
dress: also general housework and second worn.
Call at i 62 North LaSallc-st.
Situation wanted— any American lady
on South Side wanting ,nr»t-cla« German general
girl apply at 138 Vincenucs-av. Kelcrenc.nL No post
als. '
SITUATION WANTED—Bf A STRANGER IN THE
city, to do housework in a small private family.
A Cl, Tribune office. •
Seamstresses*
SITUATION WANTED-BY A GOOD, EXPERT
euced dressmaker, 10 cut and fit ladies’ dresses, or
do family sewing; to go out by the day or week. Ad
dress Van, Tribune office. ■ •
CiTDATION WANTED—TO DO FAMILY SEWING;
O can do dressmaking; lias sewing-machine and
pleater. Addresa SEAMS TRESS,_IU3 Wcst_Wauttlugton.
SITUATION WANT SEW 'ON STEAM
power; capable of doing any kind of work: can fur
nish tne best of reference. V ul, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A LADY IN AN AMEB
IC lean family as seamstress; good and respectable
family more object than wages; she has Just arrived
from Denmark. Address H; P. OSTERMaM, so Em
ma-su. West Division, for three nays.
SITUATION WANTED-TO DO DRESSMAKING;
u ha good fitter and trimmer. Call u 3£J West Con
grsai-iu
SITMTJONS WAOTEIWFEJUBJE^
ScanitreiMwCoiiSinned*
CiTTHATION WANTED—BY A DRESSMAKER
S who understands cutting
terms reasonable. Address DRESSMAKER, US
Archer*ar.
CITUATIOJT TV ANTED—A YOtKW LADY OP
O rood experience at dressmaking wishes a few en
gagements In families: terms $i per day. Address
All. Tribuneoffice.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A LADY 15 AM;
ily to do uressmalriog or plain sewing; no ebjecuoo*
to some light wprk: a pleasant home more desired tnaa
wages; reicrcnces exchanged; would prefer to
Geneva. Aurora, or Sterling, 111. Direct to Q, care
Carrier 48, Chicago.
OITUATION WANTED—BY A DRESSMAKER IN
o families: understands family sewing; terms, 51 per
day; can give reference. A 81. Tribune office.
OITUATION WAXTED-TO MAKE AND FIX
O over dresses and childrens clothes; family sewing
$5 per week. Address X. ids Twcuty-sccona-su
OITUATION WANTED—BY - DRESSMAKER WITU
O best city reference; terms 51.50 per day. Address
Z3B, Tribune office. .
OITUATION WANTED—BY AN E xp E RIE F,?S2
O dressmaker to sew In a few more families by the
day; can give city references: has a moderate price to
suit times. Address 181 North Morgan-st.
Hoasekeencrs*
SITUATION WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE
lady whh one child 2 years old, as housekeeper in
a widower’s family or with an aged couple; no objec
tion to the country; a good home more of an object
than large wages. Trlricrs need not answer this. Call
for three days at 116 Fourteenth-sl., near State.
SITUATION WANTED—AS HOUSEKEEPER BT A
widow lady with daughter of 8 years; small family
preferred. Call or address 24 Forest-av. for two nays.
SITUATION WANTED—BT A GIRL 21 YEARS OF
age. a stranger In the city, as housekeeper or
lady’s maid or nurse, city or country. Call at 78* wa
baali-av.
SITUATION WANTED—AS HOUSEKEEPER; Un
derstands her business thoroughly: live years In
last place. Apply ai 2b Elston-av.. upper door.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE
mlddlc-agcd lady us housekeeper In a respectable
family: none but genuine need apply. Address A 60,
Tribune office.
OITUATION WANTED— AS HOUSEKEEPER IN A
O wealthy family where entire charge will t be men;
salary expected, $lO per week; references given If re
quired. Address A 4, Tribune office.
OITUATION WANTED-BY A WIDOW LADY IN A
Cl widower's family; la competent to take charge of
children. 41C Wabash-av.
Ilunei#
OITUATION WANTED-TO TAKE CARE OE
O children; will teach French If required; no objec
tion to travel. 31 If. 32 Hanover-at. No cards.
OITUATION WANTED—BY A YOUNG GIRL TO
O take care of children and do plain sewing. Call on
Monday at 43 hast Pearson-sL
SITUATION WANTED—BY A SCOTCH WOMAN
O to take care of a baby and do plain sewing: good
reference. Call Monday at 51 Ontario-st.
OITOATIoN WANTED—BY A RESPECTABLE
ri old lady (German) to take care of children or to do
the housework for a small family or for a single man.
Address 311 Hurlburt-st.
SITUATION WaNTED-BY A YOUNG GIRL AS
• nurse. Address Y 87, Tribune oliice.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE
German girl as nurse and sewing girl. Call Sunday
and Monday at 0 Ray-st. No Jews need apply.
Situation wanted-by a young, healthy
O wet-nurse; city or country. Address a. 79, Trib
une office. ‘
SITUATION WAMED-AS NURSE OR TO DO
O second woric In a private family; good reference.
Call at 97 East uuron-st,
Eiauiidrcsses*
SITUATION WANTED—TO WORE BY THE DAY
O at washing or house-cleaning. S-t Temple-st.,
basement.
SITUATION WANTED—TO TAKE HOTEL AND
family washing and ironing: dune at 50 cents per
dozen. Address Y 90. Tribune office.
.Employment Accncios*
CITUATIONS WANTED—FAMILIES IN NEED OF
o good Scandinavian or Gerraau female help can bo
supplied at G. DUSKE’S office, 195 Milwaukee-av.
SITUATIONS WANTED—FAMILIES WANTING
help for hotiseworg call at 449 Dlvlsloa-sc.
SITUATIONS WANTED-MRS. SMITH’S EMPLOY-
O meut office, 225 West Washlngton-st. Families,
hotels, and restaurants suppllea with help on short
notice. Girls wanted of all nationalities. Come pro
pared for work. „
SITUATIONS WANTED-MRS. DEARIEN. 410 WA
bash-av.. will supply families and hotels, or
country, with first-class help. German, Swede, and
other nationalities; order* filled with care.
BSisceUaneous*
SITUATION WANTED-AS LADY’S MAID, BY A
respectable young lady. Address V 56, Tribune.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A THOROUGHLY EDU
cared widow lady: some employment, either In city
or country. Very best references given. None but
perfectly responsible parties need apply. Address for
three days J 7a Tribune office. .
SITUATION WANTED—&Y A YOUNG LADY. TO
clerk la a respectable store, and would take 'board
■within. Address A 7. Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—AS LADY COPYIST;
work to be taken home. Address A 75. Tribune.^
tINAMCIAL.
ANY ONE WILLING TO INVEST SIB,OOO 'IN 8
per cent securities (perfectly good, though not
strictly orthodox). can make $25.(x0 collaterally with
out risk or trouble. Legitimate Chicago enterprise.
Address V 84. Tribune office.
I LL SAVINGS-BANK BOOKS, RECEIVERS’ CEH-
J\. tificates, county orders ami city scrip bought and
sold, and loans negotiated, byIRA HOLMES, .general
broker. 80 Washlngton-st,
4 LADY, STRANGER IX THE CITY. TEMPO-
A. rarlly embarrassed, would like to negotiate a loan
on her diamond Jewelry, etc. Address Al 4, Tnb-.
une office, ' '
A DVANCE3 MADE ON DIAMONDS. WATCHES,
A etc-, at one-balM)rokera’ rates. D. LAUNDER,
Rooms 5 and 6. 120 Handolph-st. Ecatabllsned IBa4.
AXT AMOUNTS TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES
on furniture, pianos, etc., without removal, C.
B. WILSON, Room 11. 95 Dearborn-at.
VCCOUNTS IN FIDELITY, STATE SAVINGS.
A etc., bought at best rates. City and county scrip
wanted. Money to loan. E. S. HUNT, 110 Dear
born-at. j ; 1_
A .1 COMMERCIAL PAPER. NOTES WITH COL-
A laterals, mortgages, »ndoi her securities bought
and sold. IS AAC GREENEBAUM &CQ..110 Flfth-av.
* N* SUMS LOANED ON FURNITURE. PIANOS,
A - etc., without removal, and other good collaterals;
low rates. W. N. ALLEY, 152 Dearborn-st.. Room 4.
TNY AMOUNTS TO LOAN ON FURNITURE AND
A pianos, without rcmoraL 151 Randolph-st.,
Room 4. _
ANY AMOUNTS TO LOAN ON FURNITURE
without removal, pianos and other good securities.
ls2Dearborn.se., Rooms 17 and 18.
CAPITALISTS WHO WISH TO MAKE FlßST
class 7 and 8 per cent Investments In first-class, cen
tral. Improved real estate, can find some In my office
for sale at prices ranging frooi 000 loSUW.OX):none
but principal need apply. JACOB WEIL, 87 Dear-
Dorn-st.
CASH PAID FUR ENDOWMENT LTTE-INSUR
&UCC policies. D. W*. SUTHEKLAND,US ClarK-st.
Gush paid for old gold and silver
Money to loan bn watches, diamonds, and valuables
of every deacrlot'on at GOLDSMID’S Loan and Bullion
Offlce(flcensed). 99 East Madlson-st. Established 1885.
T WANT TO MEET SOME ONE WHO NEEDS
1 more help, and I can Invest a few hundred dollar*
as partner or otherwise; want particulars and facts as
to business; can furnish A No. 1 references. Address
Y 8, Tribune office.
Loans made on furniture, machinery,
horses and carriages, or other collateral m large or
small amounts, without removal or publicity, at low
est rates. 50 Reaper Block.
Monet to i.oan-the northwestern mu
tunl Life-Insurance Company is nrepered to loan
money in the State of Illinois on satisfactory farm and
business property In sums of SI, 000 and upwards to
suit borrowers, on from two to five years’ time, at low
est current rates of lutcrcst; no commissions to be
charged by or paid to any agent of the Company: loans
will be made to any reasonable amount to satisfactory
parties upon approved Chicago property. Applications
may be made through R. PRINDIvILLE, 213 Elm-at.
Money to loan-by the people’sbuilding
and Loan Association. ik> Washlmrton-st., In sums
to suit, at low rates of Interest, payable, together with
the principal. In small monthly Installments. Call on
li. KELLEY. Secretary, 00 Wasnlncton-st.
Money to loan on furniture, without
removal, machinery and other good collaterals.
84 LaSalle-st., Room 24.
Money to loan'on furniture, pianos,
horses, carriages, etc., without removal or pub-
Helty, at lowest rates. 164 LaSalle-st., Room 41.
Money to loan on furniture, piano.
machinery, and other good securities. No. 190
Dearborn-st. jC. WINNE.
MONEYTO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNT OVER SI, 000
on good city real estate. AU applications treated
fairly. DAVID E. BRADLEY, G State-sc. (up-stalra.)
PARTIES WANTING .LOANS ON FURNITURE,
pianos, etc., without removal, or chattel mortgages
renewed, call at Rooms 19 and 2u, 102 Washlaptoa-st.
over Preston & Kean’s Bank. Terms liberal; no pub
licity, and an avoidance of loss and trouble caused by
unprincipled money loaners. G. 11. WALKER.
rpo LOAN-IN AMOUNTS OF SIOO TO SIO,OOO. ON
i real estate or personal property, at 7 and 8 per cent.
City set Ip and county orders wanted. GRIFFIN &
DWIGHT, real estate brokers, comer Washington and
Halsted* sts. _
rpo LOAN-SUMS OF SHOO TO $3,000 CASH IN
1 hano, to loan at 8 per cent; no commissions or
other charges. JOHN MILION OLIVER, No. 97
Clirk-st,, R00m37. :
rp6 _ LOAN—MONEY IN ANY AMOUNTS OVER
X $1 (CU -on good city real estate. THOMAS &
BRAGG, 132 LaSalle-st.
\ttANTED—SI.GOO FIVE YEARS ON GOOD FIRST
VV mortgage security. No commissions X 57,
Tribune office. "
commission. Improve! Inside property.. V 60,
Tribune cilice. " ;
Wanted— by a pp.ompt, responsible
partv, for five years. Will pay 7 per cent.
No commissions. Security good Improved property.
Address Y 04; Tribune office.
h PERCENT MONEYTO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT
I on pood city property a®d Improved farms. W. M.
WILLNER. 128 Laaalle-st.. Room 4.
ffin/Vl SSOO, S7OO. AND $1,500 TO LOAN AT 8
per cent aud small expenses. WILL H.
MOORE. 150 Dearborn-st., Room 3. .
dt*K non capital wanted to extend a
fjbu.UUU profitable budness. where*SlAUOO un
ready Invested. Address X 01. irlounc office.
d>*J A/l/l OR LESS oUMS TO LOAN ON IM-
SmJ.UUU proved city property at lowest rates.
M. J. DUNNE. Attorney, 99 Madison-st.. Room 10.
(fftcan TO $3,000 To LOAN AT 7 PER CENT ON
wdOiXI/ cltvrcal estate; can close at once. J. 11.
BEVERLEY. 194 Clark-st.. Room a.
nilll TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT OK
rbuU.UI'LJ cltv property at lowest rates. PETER
SON & BAY. IG4 Randolpb-St.
HUSSCAIii
A RARE OPPORTUNITY NOW OFFERS FOR
any lady possessing a fine dramatic crontralto or
mezzo soprano voice to finish her musical education
with Signor Farlnl’s opera company the coming season.
Alaoagoodbarltouc and tenor will find It to their ad
vantage to call on Monday or Tuesday between JO and
li o’clock at FhtiiNT'S OPERA COLLEGE, Mvtlae's
Hall, 53 Ada-sU ; ;
TTfANTJED-AN ORGANIST IN A CHURCH OH
,YV the West Slds July SO ami 27. A 27. Tribune,
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Weak Side*
n NORTH THROOP—FURNISHED OR TJKTTJR
nlfihed. east front alcove; also large square room.
terms reasonable.
q/> OGUEN-AV.. OPPOSITE TOIOK f ARK-SEC
ond story, front room, furnished, with board, u
so ball room. ,
OS NORTH OAKLET-ST.-PLEASANT BOOMS
OX and board for a couple of gentlemen. Less than
one block from Kandolph-st. cars.
QO OGDEN-AV.—VERY PLKASANT ROOMS, WITH
or without board. _
A P. SOUTH ASHL AND-AV.-LARGE. FINE AL
cove rooms, suite of two rooms, or single room,
furnished or unfurnished; first-class table. ■
a'u south sangamfn-st.—to rent—fur*
TbO nlahed rooms, with board. ,
A 7 SOUTH ASHLAND-AV.-ONE ALCOVE SUITE
71 and one sqnare room to rent with board, furnish
ed or unfurnished. •
CQ SOUTH CURTIS-ST., PLEASANT BOOMS AND
OO board with private family. _
gg CENTRE-AY.-ROOMS WITH BOARD.
17C SOUTH MORGAN-ST.-ROOMS FURNISHED
I O and unfurnished, with board.
fTQ SOOTH SANOAMON-ST.-PLEASANT SOUTH
JO room for two. with board and 9-o’clock dinner at
$ 1.50 per week.
017 LOGMIS-ST.. NEAR JKFFERSON PARK—A
OI gentleman and ladv or three single gentlemen
can be accommoda*ed with excellent board and hand
somely furnished rooms In private family; terms rea
sonable: reference required.
Ol O SOUTH PEORIA-ST.—GOOD OPPORTUNITY
for pleasant home: handsome rooms and good
baard, for gentlemen or man and wife: als£ single
room.
ij i n OGDEK-AV.-BOARD. WITH PLEASANT
front room, for gent and wife or two single
gentlemen, on moderate terms. ___
orii \ WEST* WASHINGTON-ST. ROOMS FUR
£UU nlsaed or not; first-class board, or without.
Q (rrf~ WEST TwASHINGTON-ST.-A LARGE
OO I south-front room with small dressing-room at
tached: small family.
Oqis WEST WASHINGTON-ST.—LARGE ALCOVE
o*7o room, with board: alw south square room for
one or two gentlemen; references.
ABERDEF.N-ST., NEAR MADISON-TO RENT,
with board, three large room*, furnished or un
furnished. in private family. Address XO2. Tribune.
MOX ROE • ST.. WEST OP ASHLAND-AV.-A
nicely-furnished single room, with board: good
table and home comforts. Address X 84. Tribune.
rpWO GENTLEMEN. OR GENTLEMAN AND WIFE
1 can obtain first-class board and pleasant south-front
room In small family cat of Union Park. Address Z
500, Tribune office. ‘
South Side*
nCOKGRESS-ST.. CLOSE TO LAKE PARK.
South Side—To rent, a nicely-furnished room for
a gentleman and wife or two gentlemen, with board, by
a German famlly._ _j
I(* ELDRIDOE-COURT NKWLT-FURXISHED
ID rooms, also unfurnished rooms, with or without
board. ___
a Q*PECK-COURT—NICELT-FURKISHED ALCOVE
t:0 and other rooms, with or without board.
iQf* SOUTH ST ATE-ST.—NICELY-FURNISHED
lOD rooms to rent, with board; terms reasonable.
OQI MICH! G AN-AV.—COMFORTABLY-FUR-
ZiOi Dished rooms, with first-class board; pleasant
location: lake front; references required. ■
*)QO MICHIOAN-AV. —FURNISHED ROOMS WITH
£&£ board; pleasant front suites; also single rooms.
OQQ WABASH-AV.—FURNISHED ROOMS TO
£OO ‘ rent with board: day-boarders.
OQO MICHIGAN-AV*—TWO LARGE ROOMS
Ot/£ anu single room, with or without board.
A*l t* MICHIGAN-AV.-WILL RENT A LARGE.
ttXD nicely furnished front alcove or a back room,
with hoard. References exchanged. ■ ■
Cnn MICIIIGAN-AV.—NICE, COOL ROOM, FUR*
Oil nlshed for two, with board.
t WABASH-AV.—FURNISHED ROOMS TO
OOx rent with board; references.
t*n,4 WABASH-AV.—VERY PLEASANT FRONT
) I TThrooms, furnished, wlUi board; referenccre
qulred. ‘
683 " WABASH ‘ AV * _KOOMS * WITH BOARD,
7QI WABASH-AV.-ROOMS AND BOARD IN A
I *7X Jewish boarding-house.
*707 WABASH-AV.—A PLEASANT FRONT AND
i*J t bacc parlor suite of rooms, together or single,
with good board; house modern. References.
QOO WABASH-AV.-FRONT. AND BACK ROOMS.
tJLiij with board. Also day board.
Q-Q INDIANA-AY.—TO RENT, WITH BOARD.
XjOU front alcove room: other rooms.
1 / inf! WABASH-AV. FURNISHED ALCOVE
lUjJU front room, also other rooms, with board.
1 nno WABASH-AY.-SKCOND STORY FRONT
XUUO furnished alcove room, with hoard; refer
ences exchanged.
lriri(J WABASH-AV. HANDSOMKLT-FU
HXUt/e7 nlshed front rooms, with board.
1,4.10 INDIANA-AV.. CORNER THIRTY-SEC-
Xt it/ ond-st.—Unusually pleasant rooms, with
board; references.
-i rjiyrr INDIANA-AV.—TO RENT, ELEGANT
iI AO front alcove room and parlor, together or
separate, sl3; board If desired; all modem improve
ments.
TnURNISHED ROOM. WITH BOARD, ON MICHI
-1; gaa-av., near Fourteenth-fit. Adorcss V <«, Trib
une oflice.
MICHIGAN-AV.. NEARFOURTKENTH-ST.-FUR
nishedrooms and board. ~ Y 71, Trinune office...
fI'WQ PARLOR* FLOOR •
1 pleasant, cJcgantly furnished, lb rent with board,
on very reasonable terms, situated ou one of the ave
nues In the vicinity of Twency-second-it. Address Z
37. Tribune office.
WANTED-TO TABLE-BOARD .TWO GENTLE
raen In exchange for coal on avenue, near Eight
ecnth-st. Address r 68, Tribune office.
North Side.
rr NORTH CLARK-ST.. FOURTH DOOR FROM
i the bridge—Flrst-clasa board S 4 to S 6 per week,
with use of piano. Day board, 53.50.
tin RUSH-ST. ONK LARGE ROOM, WITH
OJj board for two gentlemen; first-class accommo
dations; desirable location.
QQ DEARBORN-AV.-LARGE EAST FRONT
OO chamber, also south front room, finely famished,
with or without board.
lOQ! DEARBORN-AV.—BACK PARLOR SUITE.
Xi£o2 furnished or unfurnished, with or without
board. . .
1 QH DEARBORN-AV.-TO RENT-TWO ROOMS.
XOU cn suite or single, with board; finely furnished;
references exchanged. '
lOK ■ DEARBOP.N-AV.-FRONT ROOMS. EM
IVJO suite or single, for one or more persona In
private family, with board, atiow price. _
, o _ milO-ST.-NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
to rent, with board.
0.1 1 OHIO-ST.—ELEGANT FURNISHED ORUN-
Srtl. furnished rooms with first-class hoard: refer
ences. __ __
0/11 INDIANA-ST.—A LARGE FRONT SUITE.
newly furnished: gas, bath, etc; south front;
very pleasant, for two or three Uentlemen, at reason
able rates; also, a single room. |
0.l o ohio-stl-pleasant front, single
room, with first-class board.
0(*(\ INDIANA-ST.. JUST EAST OFSTATE-
Two south front rooms, nicely furnished. Day
boarders wanted. References.
OPO ILLTNOIS-ST.. NEAR RUSH-TWO SOUTH
front rooms to rent, with board. • ;
OQ/* OHIO-ST.—2 PLEASANT ROOMS. WITH
board. Neighborhood very choice. __
O/lQ EAST INDIANA-ST.—HANDSOME FRONT
OUO alcove room; also other desirable rooms; first
class table and home comforts. Terms reasonable.
o'l | ERIE-ST., CORNER OF CASS-DESIRABLE
014: location—Suites and single rooms, with board.
00,1 ONTAUIO-ST.—ONE NICELY FURNISHED
room with board for gentlemen; 2 day board
ers wanted.
014 NORTH LASALLE-ST. AIRY FRONT
04:4: rooms and board with German family. First
class accommodations
j-i -i DKARBORN-AV.—BOARD. WITH FIRST
-4rXXclaas accommodations: jooms en suite or single;
prices low. Please call and set; the room*.
BOARDTNG-A LARGE. PLEASANT FURNISHED
front alcove room, east front, with bed-room, bath
room. suitable for gentleman and wife or two gentle
men; private family; no children: two blocks westof
Lincoln Park. Address V 63, Tribune office.
XTOUTH SIDE—A FIRST-CLASS OPPORTUNITY
i\ Is offered for two gentlemen wanting room with
board, first-class, at lowest figures. Address X 70,
Tribune office. . _
XT ORTH SIDE—WANTED A TOTING LADYBOARD
IN cr In desirable locality, small family, few gentle
men boarders only, reasonable terms, with use of piano
to young lady.' A rci, Tribune office*
ON DEAKBOUN-AV.—ELEGANT FURNISHED
rooms, with (rood board, la private family; home
comfort and reasonable prices. VG. Tribune.
ONE OR TWO GENTLEMEN CAN FIND A HOM E
in a refined family on the North side.ten minutes’
walk from Madlson-at.: elegant location: newly fur
nished alcove room; references required. Address X
73, Tribune office.
aoten*
BROWN’S HOTEL. 276 ST ATR-ST.—FURNISHED
rooms, with hoard, 54.30 to$0; day board, 53.50;
rooms without board. S 3 to S 3 a week.
CLARENCE HOUSE. CORNER STATE AND HAR*
L/ rlson-sts., 4 blocks south of Palmer House—Board
and room per day. Sl.fti to SiOO; per week, from S 3 to
$10; also, furmsned rooms rented without board.
TTOTKL BRUNSWICK, WABASH-AV.. COIiNKR
LI Conercss-st.—Prices reduced: single room and
board, S 8; lanrc double room* for two persons, Sir> to
sl3 Tablt* first-class: house is new and nas all modern
Improvements. Rooms without board, 75 cents to $1.50
per day: table board, $0 per week. J. IL NAbON,
Proprietor,
TF YOU WISH A PLEASANT PLACE TO BOARD
1 co to the Farwell House, West Jackson-su. near
Halsicd: board. S 3 to $3 per week: transients, $1.50
per day. with good room. ENOCH WOOD, proprietor.
WINDSOR HOUSE, 178 STATE-ST.. RIGHT Op
posite Palmer House—Room and board $1.50 per
day; S 5 to $7 per week. .
HUiceliantsaso
A LADY JUST MOVING INTO A NEW HOUSE
wishes a gentleman boarder that will pay sls or
S2O In advancej will receive all home comforts. Ad
dress A 24, Tribune office., .
A WIDOW OF CULTURE WISHES A GENTLEMAN
of means to advance some money, and board or
room In return. Address W 51, Tribune office.
A GEXTLEMAX OF POSITION' IX THE CITY
rx desires to recommend rooms and board 1c an ex
cellent locality to a party or respectability. Address
Y 31, Tribune olllcc.
Boarding- reliable people wanting
choice rooms anil boarding places la private
families, and first-class boarding in the very best city
and auburbanlocatlooa can get free Information at the
Room Renting and Boarding Exchange, Room 3 Trib
une Building. ' .
ConmiT*
A SUITE OF EAST ROOMS FIRST PLOOR (POR
mshed, except carpets), with board. Address
Lakeside House, Evanston.
TWO SUITES OP ROOMS AND BOARD AT
Evanston: large and wauttfui shaded gwundJ.
convenient to depot and lake. Address \ 7d, tribune.
BOARD Wj
Board --(good)—and i or 2 UNFtnSismm
room* by gentleman and wife. .Only strlcclr rh!
rate families please address Y 40, Tribune office.
doabePTwouuT'lik'e f«> make arrancST
X> meats for day board to apply la part on a line new
piano. Address Y 58,'Tribune office. w
BOARD-FOR GENTLEMAN, 'WIFE, AND"two
children of 4 and d years; private family prefernL,
location North or South bide; must be pleasant
comfortable. Address VS 3. Tribune office. .
BOARD— WEDNESDAY. 16-AND ROOM FOKMt
wife In a good neighborhood convenient to street
cars; muse be good sized float room or rooms vita
usual conveniences, and not over s•'. per week;
for self extra when home. Address Y 37, Trtboae.
Board— nicely furnished room fur amaw
and wife, board lor wife; a lady aloneorantS
family desired; suburbs preferred. Address y
Tribune office.. -
Board— by a single gentleman in a pbl
vate American faml y. North Side, east of Clark.
st. and south of Chtcago-av. Address Y 30. Tribune.
BOARD-A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE Wisir
board with a small private family at a moderate
price, south of Twenty-fourth-st. . V 89. Trtbuue.
Board— at lake forest or vicinity fob
family of four ptr»ons: two small children,
dress, with full particulars. X 82. Tribune office.
BOARD-FOR LADY AND CHILD IN RESPECT,
able private family between Twelfth andDlfUtoL
sta. and east of Clark. Address X 81. Tribune office.
Board— and rooms for gentleman, wipe
and child (1 year) In a private family on West Bids
Give full particulars. Including price per month. Ad
dress A so, Tribune office.
Board— and room on wabash or micel
gan-avs. by young lady. Not over Si per week.
Address Yd. Tribune office.
DOABD-AND ALCOVE ROOM FOR TWO LADIES
±j on North Side fora few weeks, eliber onLaSaife.
st. or Dearborn-av., north .of Chlcago-av. Address 7
74, Tribune office. '
Board-in exchange fob dentistry, ail
dress X 03. Tribune office.
Board-fob gentleman and wife-, terms
must be moderate. W 00. Tribune office.
Board— gooiT - board and room. 2 young
men. $3.50 per week each. Address a 59, Trio,
une office.
BOARD-FOR LADY. AND ROOM. WITHIY
twenty minutes’ walk of Post-Office; reference*
exchanged. Address, stating lowest terms, T 03. -Trilh
une office. .
BOARD-BY MIDDLE-AGED. GENTLEMAN, IN
strictly private family, where he can bare tta
comforts of a good home; references if required. Ad
dress X 87, Tribune office.
BOARD— FOR GENTLEMAN, WIFE, AND CHILD,
between Park-ar. and. Adams-st.. west of Asa
land-av.: prlvate 'famlly preferred. Y 78, Tribune
office. . -
Board-in lake view for A FAMILY OF 3
adults, for which a liberal price will be paid: filia
tion to be near the lake and within walking distance of
city limit cara. Address C. WHITE, care 1097 Wa
basb-av.
Board-by a young lady in private fam-
Ily; board must be cheap, in locality of Lincoln
and Jackson-st. Address A7l. Tribuneotfice.
BOARD-Bi GENTLEMAN AND WIFE (Nu
children) In suburb on lake shore, north of Evan
ston. not over 30 miles from city, state terms; mad
be reasonable. Address AH 4. i rlouoc office.
miSCEL
A NO. 1 MEATS AT THE LOWEST PRICES IN
the city at the Twelftb-st. packing-house. Nos.
lib I°l and PJ3 P-astTwelfth-st., Justweatof Stale.
A* No, 1 veal cutlets liHc, and roasts, per pound, lot
A No. 1 beef roasts* 10. and lie per pound.
A No. I sirloin steak, per pound. 10c.
A No. i porter-house steak, per pound. 12HC.
A No. 1 pork tenderloins and sausage, per pound, (c,
A No. 1 mutton chops and roast, per pound. 10c. *
A No. 1 breakfast bacon (sliced), per pound. 10c.
A No. 1 smoked pigs' heads per pound, only 2c.
A No. l smoked shoulders (whole), per pound, sc.
A No. 1 sugar-cured hams (sliced), per pound, lie,
A No. 1 spring lamb af the lowest possible price.
a No. - I family cornea-beef, per 100-lo barrels, $5.50l
Cash customers will save 25 per cent by buying of u.
We keen the best of meats, as a trial will convince yoq,
anddcUver to fcasouable distances. F. C. VIERIM
& Co., Packers, HO. 121, nod i2Jfcast Iwelfth-sL
I FULL LINE OF ALL SILK SCARFS AND TIES
A at SO cents each, sold at 7i cents and *1 at other
houses: finest assortment of linen handkerchiefs la tbs
city India gauze undershirts, all sizes, 50 cents each,
chcan at 75 cents, 'fry the **Loue fctar” white dress
shirt, beat In the world, $1.50. $1.75, $2, and $2.25 for
the best, made to order and guaranteed In every re
spect. **LuNE STaR” Shirt Company, 103 Dearborn.
A NY ONE WHO IS POSTED IN PLEATING MA-
A' chines knows the Sllsby Plcater !s far the beat oaa
ever made. Western salesroom, 194 Lake-fit,, Uilcs
co. Any one wanting the fine Parisian or other sues of
pleating will find jt greatly to the r advantage to call
at 437 East Dlvlslon-»t. Having had large experience
In the use of this machine. I am prepared to do workof
a superior quality. E. W. SILSbY, __
A DVERTISEKS DESIRING TO REACH COUNTRY
A readers can do so In tfie best and cheapest manner
by using one or more sections of Kellogg s Lists. A N.
KELLOGG, 79 Jackson-st., Chicago. __
ALL LADIES THAT WANT THE GENUINE PAR
istau kalfe-plauing and shirring made can nave
It done at 813 Wabash-av.
QUIET HOMEFOR LADIES DURING CONFINE
menu with midwife. 80 Jcfferson-st.
Tllukess.makers and ladies that vast
A fine French plaiting made to order can find all the
latest styles at 210 West Madlsou-st. _
A S SOON AS A LADY LOSES HER POCKET-
A book she buys a **Protection.” Better to hart
purchased beforfe the loss.
Bedbugs, cockroaches, and moths ef
fectually exterminated by COMAN, 147« South
Dearborn-Mi., between Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth so.
Address a postal. . ’
rUIUISTIANF. MUELLER. TRAINER OF HOROT
1/ i foe equestrians. Office, with Chicago hiding Ac*i
.7u ffiVea&fefentU- st.. Chicago. ~
CIPHER.' DISPATCHES? OUTDONE. — BROOE3
Combination Alphabet" enables any two pemml
to correspond privately, Por sale byall newsdealer!
Diamonds improved bt mt new method,
and handsomely set; warranted secure. Br A.
LAUDKRBACK, diamond jewelry manufacturer*:7o
Madlson-st., cor. of State.- Second floor.
TvIAMONDS FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE IN
U price: also diamonds set and warranted secure. BT
A. LAUDEHBaCK, diamond Jewelry manufacturer,
70 Madlson-st., cor. of sure. Second floor._
Dead horses removed free'of chargs.
$2 paid for dead cows. Leave orders at 17j South
LoSalie-st.. In basement and 119 West Adams-st. or 178
West Washlngton-st. C. BLOIIME. __
LADIfcS IN TROUBLE DESIRING THE AID AND
advice of a discreet nurse, address \ £9, Triooas
office, Chicago. Strictly confidential.
L~ADIES - WHEN YOU WAST MCE FRENCH
plaltlngdoneatlow prices, call at Bazar Pattern
Rooms, 255 west Madlson-st. '
TtTNDRV WORK, LACES AND CURTAIN'S DOSS
t cheap at 154 South Park-ay. ~ .
LADIES’ FORMS FULLY DEVELOPED, FRECKLEi.
moth-patches, eruption, flesh-worms iuccessraur
treated. Jlme. KETCHAM. 75 Madlson-st.. Boom 58.
ENSIGNS ORBOUNTIES ARfe DDE TO ALMOST
ever, soldier or their widows and heirs. Claimants
pay my foe only when they receive United States Treas
ury check: nothing In advance. Call oa for addresj
Capt. G. K. SIMS, United statea claim Agent, 53 Nona
Clarlc-at. : '
CUMMER RESORT-LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
O or gentlemen and their families, dealring to spend
a few days or weeka on me bauks of tbe renowned ana
beautiful Fox Lake, Lake County. 111., can arrange tor
the aame at very moderate expense, where pure water,
mineral springs, good fishing and bunting, string nano,
dancing evenings, and other amusements, and the com
forts of home, combined with the novelties mvuat
life, may be enjoyed. Apply or address to Cui*. u.
LIPPISCOTT. 79 East Randolph-at.. Chicago.
Quiet home for ladies during
meat; best of . care; professionals la attendance.
245 South Sangamoh-st.. corner Harrison.
TAYLOR’S SYSTEM OF DRESS CUBING TAUGHt
for $5; canvassers and agents wanted. 1478 soou
Dearbore-st.
WHO WISHES A PARTY TO'ESTABLISH*
W large vineyard and’fruit farm la W Faso, be*
fruit country In the world. Three trunk-line ralljnaji
approaching. Understand growth In that r*-fon. Wj
tal required relatively little: climate unsurpassed.
Address EL PASO, 7U South Jcffcrson-st. . __
PURCHASE A BRONZE OR MAR*
-blc mantel clock; moat be a bargain. Addica
X 59. Tribune office. _
WASHING AND IRONING. 73 CENTS A UOZFN.
and work flrat-clusv.' GOOD SAMARITAN SO-
ClETi*. 173 East lUndo.'ph-st. .
WANTED-TO PURCHASE ROW BOATS. Suit
able for Ashing, fam Jr purposes, nr hunting.
Apply to COL. O. LIPPIXCOTT, 79 East Randolph-.*
Try ANTED —A SECOND-HAND, OVAL-FROST
VV show-case. 6to7icrt long. In exchange for p •
per. CLEVELAND PAPEE CO., 183 and 185 Deaf
born-fit. » • • •- •
WANTED- A ■ SAILBOAT. ABOUT IS FEET
long, which can be used as a row-boat:
scriptlon, price, and place of boat. Address TB*
Tribune ofllce. - . ♦•■ •-«
WANTED— TO HOTa'gOOD DOG CHEAP, AT
195 H West Madlson-at.
WANTED— A PATH OF SECOND-HAND SQUAB*
shears. FERGUSON A OGDEN. 555 We*t Mad*
Ison-st, ‘ -
IT7ANTED-BTA WIDOW LADY IN SUBUB lA*
V\ town, care of child: every comfort and atw »t »>n
provided: best references given. Inquire In Clothing
Store, «4 State-st. •
WANTED— A BOAKD OF TRADE MEMB .KhHIPi
Vi state lowest price. A 31, iiiDuxieo^~c.
ItUCHINERY.
Fob sale-2 second-hand steam-ksoisßi
one the other 5x J .. Hr a 2-fiue holler*.
feet long. Also a lot of buafting ana pulleys.
UATTUORN. 83 Flfth-av. .
B'OU SALE-3.) UOIIEUS, FKUM 3 TO an U 0 » j
power; 40 engines, from 4 to 200 hor>e power,
portable engines; « steam pomps; 3 Crosby sw®
presses: 1 power press; 2.j,DjU lect I’lnch gM'PjP*;
pulleys, shafting, Deltlng, etc , at »PKIM*L.»» »
chiuery Depot, wto South Cllnton-U. -
OECOND-HASD 12-UOKSE POWEK POP.TABLB
O engine, good as new; cheap. W. A. JAjim
CO., 276 South Canal-st.
\VASTED - A FIRST-CLASS SF-COSM®™
VV automatic engine, cylinder from 2j to - 4 b *
30 to 36: must be light hand eujfiue. Apply at cor«
of Sixteenth and Dearboru-sU.
WAVTED-jTsMALL PORTABLE STEAM-B»»Ib*
er, cheap for cash. Address Y 38/rrihuoe_°ffl_ .
ttr
VV rby 50. Adtlrcu ARUOOK * CO., nu&US
tOQ'sT. — 1
CAST OFF CLOTHIAI-
A LL CASH~PaTu FOI'-TaUIES’ AN d
A men's cast-off clothing carprts. and bcddlnf.>
or address B. HBKSUiiBL. r>4<» state-st
/lASII PAID' FOll OASI'-OFF 01-OIOINO A T Jf
Vy geLDKK-S, SB» SUte-st. Orders b/ mill prompw
attended to.
QQ,| STATE-ST.-PATS THE 'IIICnKST CAS®
Otli price for ladles* and {jentleuien » ci»t*oif
lojr. Address Mr. or Mr*. A>DKK\Vb •
ht\i\ OLD PANTS WANTED.
OuU suu old coats and vesta.
SOU old overcoats,
sou old hats and shirts.
'SCO old boots and shoes. , taT tb*
And we will nay the highest cash prices iw
Address or call at 202 Sonih SUte-st..
Huron. •
. BCHBISC
Address V,75. tribune emcc.

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