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SIT (7A TIONS—FEMALE.
DoarEsncs.
niriTATIOXS WAXTED—BY TWO COM-
In a tJrst-claasj private family: on©
♦J J!k n-a-»t>. » ,,d * r oa. Hiid tlie other for second
. io j reference. Oitll at 2.4 Weal I*ulk-aL,
’■‘-'Tim.'--
O.TTIJ VTiON' WANTED— BY A GIKL
S«ho can cook, wash, and Iron nicely, Inaflrst-
Heal of city references. Call
ggyativtOnmrlo-st.
/MTUATIOX waxted-as first:
cook and laundress. *Js«l Vernon-av. Ket
nIrUATIONS W ANTED—BY TWO
S iris one ca cook. the other oa second eirl. In pri
„;c liu.lly- IteJeronces. 21J -North atutc-sL
oJttatiox wanted-by a compe-
S lent Swede girl, «o do second work. Call at 2628
}vfmcetlrore-»v- -■
WANTED—BY A FIRST-
S L, coot (will tmamatoe satisfaction) In a drst-
Call at 116 North Sangamon.
StFaTIUX wanted—by a FIRST-
S'Vum Swedish cook with first-class city references.
|r, private American family. IMvase call Monday.
«f\nak-st- . _
XmJATION WANTED-BY A GOOD
S .Sri competent to do general housework In a pri
S rienced girl for second work or nurse. Hefor
jgkJAddress E 5. Tribune office.
SmSribx- wanted-by respect-
S 101. honest German girl for cooking and general
Krtt oartv answering particulars will secure faithful
JJdctf Best "I reference. Address K SB, Tribune.
Situation wanted-by a good
S < W eedlsb girl, either as cook, washer, or Ironer,
pTtrt do housework in small family, sit? North Clark.
Situation wanted-by a swed
jsh cook Iu a private family. I’lcase call at 154
cuto-av.
niTU.VTION WANTED-BY SWEDISH.
S rirl lor light housework or as second girl. Call
jrJoSaf at 'l’liirtv-hrsl-st.
SITUATION WANTED—TO DO SEC
«nd work or lisbt general housework. 4-'l6
y«u.ortlJ-«T.
CITUATION IVAN TED—BY COMPE-
S tent Iterson lor ceneral work in private family.
fsilatSaAbcrdeen-st.
DiTUATiOX WANTED—BY A GIRL TO
n do general housework or second work- Call at
cMSburtleg-av. '
Situation wanted—by a compe
tent girl to cook. wash, and iron. Address No. U
nwTeland-court.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A COMPE
i> tent girl for second work. -1 Good references,
call at 1723 Butierfleld-st., Monda y.
SITUATION WANTED—IN PRIVATE
n familr. bv a neat, competent girl a* cook and
kaedre*a.’ Sft Twenty-second-at. • .
SITUATION WANTED-BY GIRL FOR
n general housework in small private family, or
ggusdworfc. Gall for two days at 1400 lndlaua-av.,
cd i lairs.
SITUATION WANTED-BY AFIRST-
O class Swede girl; also middle-aged American
vußias xs cook. Call Monday, at 225 S Cottage Grove-
CITUATIONS WANTED-BY TWO SlS
n ters. recently from Brooklyn, lor second work
cJcare of children. Good references. U2Twentl
ttft-st. _
SITUATION WANTED—BY A GOOD
sir! to care for children or do light second work
iadftfw. Good references. Address O M 27, Trlb
tae office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A FIRST
ij class cook in a private family. Best of refer
ence. Address O M IST, Tribune office.
CITUATION WANTED—BY A GOOD
O tfrlto cook. wash, and iron iu a private family.
Good references. Call at 213 J Archer-av.
CITUATION WANTED—BY A GOOD
lj eiri to do second orgencral housework. Call at
sft. sa East Twentloth-st, Good references.
CITUATIONS WANTED -BY TWO
O girls os cook and second girl or general house-
Call at 3710 Ellis-av., upstairs. Monday.
SITUATION WANTED—AS MEAT AND
paatrvcook: will lake charge in Aral-class boanl-
Mdumse. Call Monday at Watnul-st. •
CITUATION WANTED-BY A COMPE-
O tent girl as cook and laundress lo u private fam
ily. Tim good references. Address 151 lAncoln-av.
DBESSMASEBS.
CITUATION WANTED—A GOOD FIT-
would like engagements in
fiallies; newest styles. Address C 51. Tribune.
CITUATION WANTED—AN EXPERT
O >’ew York dressmaker desires a few customers
athomdorby the dav, at reasonable rate*. In order
to become established; a perfect lit guaranteed: drap
ing a specialty; patterns cut to measure. Reference
gtren. 755 North Wells-at.
situation wanted —a french
O dressmaker wants to go in private family; cut
isdfltln best style; wages. £1.53. .15 It, Tribune.
OITUATIOX WANTED —BY COMPE
-0 tent dressmaker to do cutting and fitting, Best
of reference given. Call or address Dressmaker. 457
WwilaJbon-»L. Itoom >♦
SITUATION WANTED-BY A COMPE
tent dressmaker: work in families by tbe day;
eattioft and fitilngaspecialiy. Address Dressmaker,
ti&ath Ann-st. .
CITUATION WANTED-BY A DUESS
jj maker a* cutter. titter, and draper In a good-.es
tablishment; 23 rears* experience. Call or address
DRESSMAKER, at 3CO Stote-su, itoom Is.
OITUATIOX WAXTED-BY A DRESS
ij maker, with best city references. Terms, 12 per
Uj. Address UK S 3. Tribune office.
OITUATIOX WAXTED—PERMAXEXT,
O u housekeeper by a neat and trustworthy lady.
«edS: respectable widower’s family preferred. 3w3
fcute-sL. up-staim.
OITUATIOX WAXTED-BY” PARISIAN
ij dressmsker. first-cinss cutter, titter, and dmper
la private family. Call ilonday at 51* Wahash-av.
CITUATION WANTED—TO DO DRESS-
O making: a good fitter and trimmer. 4S South Cur
ti>-*t..near Madison. ■ .
CITUATION WANTED—A LADY WITH
O little girl wants lo Jive and do dressmaking in
private family or shop. Address MBS. ii., 291 West
wndolpb-st.
CITUATION WANTED—TO DO DKESS-
O making; good fitter and trimmer; terms, $1 per
day. Address OM 23. Tribune office. _____
CITUATIOX WAXTED—AT dress-
O making and children’s sewing. Terms SI per day.
iSLale-ak • ■
crruATiox waxted—to do dress-
O making in families. Address DRESSMAKER. 204
WetMadkon-sL. Boom 22. _
OITUATIOX WAXTED-AX EXPERI
- raced dressmaker would like a few more faml
llestogo to bv the day. Can furnish the best of ref
erences and a* good tit, Terms, |2 per day. Address
CB.Tribune office. •
SEAMSTHE93ES.
CITUATIOX WAXTED —AS SEAM-
O *tre«s in a private family: will assist with second
worker cure of children. Can cut and fit ladles ana
ebildren’s dresses. D ?J, Tribune office.
OITUATIOX WAXTED-AS OPERA-
O tor in some first-class dressmaking shop by a com
jjttat dressmaker. Call or address, for three days,
*3 West
CITUATIOX WAXTED—EMBROIDERY'
O of all nmU or sewinz by day or week; terms rea-
D Si Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—AS PERSIA
neat seamstress in private family; experienced
dressmaker: no objection to the country. Apply to
*BB.-HAKT. 25y West Madison-fit.
BUI/LmERS.
SITUATION WANTED A FIRST
LJchias New York milliner would enffWJO to trim or
for good bouse, if immediately. Address x.uu
fttbnne office.
Nubses.
§ITUATION AA'ANTED —TO TAKE
care of children and sew. Highest reference. !■»
entleib-st.
SITUATION AA’ANTED—AY AN EX
JJ Wrienced person as ;baby fmirse in an American
»*aUy. Best dty references, t>l North \\ ells-st.
SITUATION AVAXTED—BY JIABUIED
KJ woman as nurse in confinement, or by a s |£,Jy ,er ”
*°a- Apply at 30 Cast UivlMentO. Mrs. Ohteh.V
SITUATION’ VVAXTED—BY »A CAXA
_ dUn girl as nurse: a uood seamstress. Apply at
•u»l-st. __
QITUATIOX wanted-by ax expe
rtenced nurse, valet, or imtler. References un
rPPmed. Cli. Tribune office. __
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG
plrl lo take care of children and Uo plain sewing,
tof city retercnce given, ail Chlcaao-av.
Situation* wanted —TO take
of Infant; experienced, kind, and at
motive. Good reference. Call at 1115 Hlchigan-av.
‘'Obonials.
Situation wanted-by an ex-
JS. fenced person to take entire charge or a
gpog infant. Address D3l Tribune oflicc.
Situation wanted-by experi
*aced, trusty young lady to take care of cml
"WfroaSyearaold up; can help sewing and make
g*®tt nscful. address D 1 Tribune ottlce.
SITUATION WANTED—BY AN IX
middle-need women es nurse or com-
Sl™?*" en Invelid or elderly person: woiiM
2??* ft cUtldren. Address for one weel. Coil
j-jyOX.Clllßern. 111. -
Situation wanted— by a pbot ;
girl aa infant-nurse. Have many years
SfSVn?* »<> can giro Ural-class reference, can
- **alilwaokee-av.. up-stairs. , -
§ ITU ATI ON WANTED-BY A .WET
.“"rseln perfect bcnltn. UesCof reference, can
—I'SSI \aa Buren-.t.
Ekplo-tmtent
SITUATIONS WANTED —BY SOXIE
German girls in respectable families. In
™gat 536 Clyboum-av. •
cltos housekeepers; ladles for ofhees, bookkeCp
SITUATIONS—EEMA L E.
HouaEKEKPEKo.
WANTED -A WIDOW
eSrn h,£ ,:„'?? pc . r cnw ’ » n '> who Hilda It necesaury to
keener In »»ttt»po r t, dnairea a position as houatl*
aMlsUn l^r^Sf B ?, n ,V>‘ man s . hi lolly; no -objection to,
mid remi?r.w*l °aSj hUtcn. Ileal of rcferom-es olrcn
auo required. Addrea. for two days 073. Tribune.
WANTED—AS llOUSE
!*nectab.le "Wow In a amull finally:
Jtar^L^ThiSSji. l '"? 4 “ w ? r -- Can l>o «ccn foi-3
onyb atu) 1 hlrteentU-place. with good reference*.
S I ?'WANTEI) -AS IIOUSE
irfr widower's or .mull family by a younn
C ' lr - *' or particulars oil! at
WORKING
5 Cr d “ u -bter, used 11, with lilt.
5A ™ °f ““ H bject tbatt traces; widow
ii^J^SKSTe l ; UCUIU,B “ artr ' Jnlr ' ,CU ‘ l
CITUATION WANTED-BY LADY OF
Mu?.* ”5 housekeeper: Is willlnc 10 wort; fond of
children. Address B lid, I'ribmio office.
QITUATIOX WANTED-AS WORKING
,V nM^ kooper by n , w . iduw lad/: wages not so much
Thilon-sL 1 m * good homo. Call Monday. 4'J2 Di-
situation wanted-by a WORK
«Sii Site ffff'jgfi micmJ I ;,'-^. 1 ' co; ‘•• ood cook -
(SITUATION WANTED—BY A MIDDLE
kj aged American woman giylng the highest refer
ence; competent to uike charge of a large house and
Any family wishing to employ a -No. 1 woman
not afraid of work, address I) 2d, Tribune office.
Situation wanted-by an ex
perieneea widow lady of .Tj, without family, as
housekeeper. A good homo the main object, llest
of references given. Address MRS. F., 616 North
SITUATIGX WANTED-BY A YOUNG
widow lady, experienced and reliable, us house
keeper for widower in circumstances; no objection
to one or two children. C 60. Tribune office.
XiATTNTJRESSES.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A GIRL AS
KJ buttonhole maker, or to work on cloaks. Call at
JUWShurUeff-av.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A FIRST*
KJ class laundress. Uest of city references. Ad
dress D IS. Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—BV A FlßST
class laundress, Swede. Good reference. Apply
nday at 132 Superior-si.
SITUATION WAXTED-BY A WOMAN
kj lo do family washing at her home: full satisfac
tion in flrat-class style. Address 450 Twenty-sixth-st.
MISCELLANEOUS.
CITUATION WANTKD—AS ASSIST
ant by mi experienced young lady bookkeeper.
References. Address C 3*i, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTEU-AS NURSERY
govemes>s. I will do all In my power to please,
and 1 will honestly give the utmost care to the chil
dren. Cun furnish tlio vury best references as to my
integrity and ability. 1140, Tribune odico.
SITUATION WANTEO-BV A LADY AS
typewrher. cashier, or clerk; will make herself
generally usetulat any kind of work. Steady em
ployment mure of an object than salary. . Address 11
*2, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-A WELL-EDU
calcd young lady, a rapid writer, ace 21. desires
an ensagament in a finst-cias* establishment as cor
respondent, copyist, or any other position where her
services may no utilized. Itefcrenocs satisfactory.
Address I) Si, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A WELL
cducated lady as governess or bookkeeper. s*at
isfactol-y references. No objection to the country.
II »U, Tnbnnc office.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A YOUNG
lady as bookkeeper or correspondent; fully com
petent. Experience, and good references. Address
C i». Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED —TO TAKE
care of furnished rooms. Address C 11, Trt oune.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A RELI-
O able young lady In an office to take orders. C 33,
Tribune office. ,
SITUATION WA.NTED—BY A YOUNG
lady as nursery governess*. or to take cure of
children and sew. Call at 210 West TwelfUi-»t-, Sun
day. ■
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG
O lady os bookkeeper, cashier, or saleslady. Can
give best of reference. Address MK. 415 State-st.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A CAPA-.
ble young lady as cashier. Good references.
Address CuS. Tribune office. *
SITUATION WANTED —ON NEWS
pat»er or book work by lady proof-reader. Ad
dress UUSSAGK.city Boal-Gfficc.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A LADY
as cashier: bad four years experience: or as sales
lady eras n copyist. Guarantee satisfaction. Address
1> ;ct. Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-TO WRITE IN
an office, do copying at home, or assist book
keeper; amaH salary. Good references. Address!)
77, Tribune office. '
SITUATION WANTED-BY A LADY
of ga Vl Qualllications at writing iu an office.
dress K uj. T J'ribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A YOUNG
O lady in bakerr, or second work in private family.
Please call at W 2 North C’lark-su •
SITUATION" WANTED —13V A YOUNG
lady of good address, tine penman, und well quali
fied to keep books as bookkeeper or office-work. Ad
dress C Si, Tribune office. _____
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG
lady of superior education as companion to a
ludy or governess to vouug children, llefercnces
given. Address u 3117. Tribune office. __
SITUATION WANTED-BY A LADY
of experience, ns bookkeeper or copyist, to oc
cupy allot part of her time. Address EG2. Tribune.
SITUATION WAXTED—BY A YUUXG
ladv, as governess in a private family. Cull or ad
dress 4i) South No postals.
SITUATIOX WAXtED-AS SALES
ladr in Inner or music store: three rents* experi
ence In sellliut. Address fc Ike Trihiinu oihee.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A LADY
copyist. Call ataidObUnnletr-ar.
employment iiurea u.
tvternatioxalemplovmext bu-
Ireau-Wc arc prepared to furnish commercial
iiouscs and instituauns with competent uss'siunu* of
either sex for every grade of employment, h:i\ lng
opened a chain of ofiices tlirougnout the Lniied
State* and Canada. We are confident wo can till all
•orders satisfactorily. Employers und emp.oyes will
find it greatly to their advantage to call upon us or
send In tholrorders. which will receive careful and
prompt attention. Send stamps for circulars, giving
ratS. P instructlons. etc. International Employment
Bureau. 3TO Wabash-av.
TO EXCHANGE.
~O~EXufIAXGE—isSfACRE FARM, 2
miles from depot, in Dickinson tounty, Knnsns.
This farm is every aero under cu m atium —i«
bushels ot wheat was raised on it lu»t V; i«
5“ nh of wheat and f I,U Uof corn I tow 1 hero s
now GIU acre* sowed to wheat for next snrntu. Lois {*!..
hnnsM eranVrio*:barns, and sheds. Ills one of the
Une^armsVnthestale. There «« 3J horses and
mules. Jots of wagons, reapers, mowers, drams, and
everv class «»f farm Implements. Basting water, and
everything that is needed for fine stock or grain farm
—siii'fnr SJiU UXL Will take citv, suburban, or good
ILwn SnuSrtv. Ve cun show'you the best farm In
this countv. ’Owner t* here and Is going to trade. J.
U. do YD. 179 Madison-M, _____ __
TO EXCHAXGE—STS.OOO SEWIXG-MA
chine factory- L«H machine*, eompleied. UKW
riSflnlahed With nil the tools for manufneturine
?hi o“?n B to the death of the Patentee
fi,“ is offered. Will trade for good lauds in
Kansas. Kentucky. Ten
nea«ee'"or Texas, llutmiist be good title or good
bfnds oVm» tnuie. fiotid body of timber land in Ken
inck? Sr Tennessee will do. - Hi* property
cheap at t-'SS T. U. UOVD. Itoon. ~. I.aaladlson.
FXCII VXGE SEVERAL GOOD
Xfarms in Illinois. Indiana, and for city
prapeny. Calland see V jnviGllT,
corner Washington and llalstcd-sts.
Itoum 7. l?.l Madlson-sl._
mo ENCHANOE-TOP PHAETON, IN
Tlioodordcr. for ranae. (Inures, parlor stove, (-all
nttSKast KandolpU-aL __
GUANTt 35 'l'lilrly-scventti-sL
rpo KXCIIA yr.E-A X E 'Y,,SUi
J_ size. lor parlor furniture. MUIOU.. aH soum
Uulsted-zt.
rnn FXCIIAXGE-A FIXE BOOKCASE
T°fo?» «ne Aboard. Chamn's Book store, cor-
Unrii-om and lle.irborn-.sts. . •
rr\n EXCII-VXGE-ABOUT 20 HEAD OF
une office. - —““
EEIBiEBHBr
•«-rr \ VTFO FURNITURE AND PIANO
T^AN*TED^K^T’UKNrijUU^ b AND
d VV
~nwprnn FVRyrrUKE.
£■ „. Ts J«1 so Km^KUnrcn-
jA %XE YAKJ^I
O of tlie mates. CallntJ.
Anor wSlustoo end Hulsted-sts.
THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1881—TWENTY-FOUR PAGES:
HORSES AND CARRIAGES.
A LADY WILL SELL HER BEAUTI
fuI bay mare 'Lady Uaahaw for s3llO. She waa
sired by Grand ilaihaw, Uum an Ktlmn Alien mare.
lAdy Uashruv la C years old, 15H» hands high: u square,
level trotter: wean* no boots or weights; tears noth*
imr. She trotted at J.exlmrton. Ky., in at which
time ahe was tmrehased for owner for itoix She Is
warranted nerfcuilv sound and kind. Call at owner’s
residence, 12»t Mlchlgan-av.
A FEW CHEAP HOUSES, HEAYV AND
ll«ht, a rcrytlne road horse, a 2::M pacer, and
nearly new phaeton, for sale regardless of cost. The
man that fdres the most before Tuesday nleht cun
have them. Am obliged to Close out at once. They
are all over the disease. Call at doctor's office, 127 H
West Mudisun-st.
A NUMBER OF GENTLE BUSINESS
horses for sale: a nice road mare can trot in
2:45; also a well mated, young. sound, and gentle
team, can trot in 3 minutes; warntmed as represent
ed. CORNELIUS SCJ.LIVAN. Riverside.
At f. j. berry & co.’s, a to io
Monroe-su, Inrue stock of all unities of horses,
drivers, workers, and Norman draught horses.
An assortment of end-spring,
side-bar, side-spring, and phnetou for sale cheap.
SMITU * DRVDE.V, 74 Slxteenth-st. ___
A FINE SIDE-BAR TOP-BUGGY IN
good repair; one end-spring; one cheap open
buggy ;also one light open wagon; this lot for sale
cheap. SMITH A »It\HKN. 71 Sixteenth-st.
Barn to kent witu room for o
horses and 3 wagons; also largo hayloft. In
quire at 2114 Indlana-uv.
T>UGCUES—I DRAY, FRUIT AND PRlN
ters* carts; repairing, etc.; peddler wagon;
goods sold on commission. MARTIN’B, 47 Wolls-su
Baker & son’s livery, boarding,
and sate stable. No. 1 Hsrmon-courC A .-row
boarders can be accommodated with box stalls.
CARRIAGE REPAIRING AND AXLE
setting a specialty; one second-hand top rock
uway buggy; also trucks. MILLAR, 1&J Juckson-st.
FOR SALE-BOTTOM PRICES AND NO
mlstake-One Jet black horse 154 hands high,
magnificent roadster and good saddler. One black
pole team. One bay horse that can trot in 2:35; also,
one that can beat :KJ. These horses mum be sold to
pay advances and feed. Business wagons of every
description, lop and pleasure vehicles, new and sec
ondhand. Harness of all kinds and ail prices. Come
and see us betore buying. MITCHELL'S, I'Jd and 11*3
Wushlngioii-st.
TX)R SALE-A GOOD, SOUND FAMILY!
JL: horse, with or without buggy and harness, in
good order. Inquire at<W> North Clark-su
1710 K SALE—VEUY (5001) TOP-BUGGY;
JO can be bought cheap. 145 and 147 South Sanga
mon-st.
1710 R SALE-HEAVY TEAM, HALF
JU brother*. perfect, t»-7: ono heavy wheel, one
light horse, must be sold, at Tit* l.arrabce-at.
T7IOR SALE-FINE COUPE HORSES,
JO single or double driven*, saddlers and brood
marcs; laudau, Glnrence. coupe buggy. T cart, and
lumber-wagon, with shavlng-lmx: buggy. coupe, and
euach harness, fall at 1314 Mlchlgan-av., in rear.
FOP. SALE-PONY, SUITABLE FOR
saddle or phaeton. Apply at barn 4LKI West
Jackson-ot. •
17(0R SALE-A GRAY GELDING, BY
J Almout: will sell cheap or trade for good stal
lion. Address C 111, Tribune office. •
T7IOR SALE A BEAUTIFUL BAY
JD marc. 7 yours old, and a new top buggy and har
ness; whole outUt forf-AXI. Inquire of 15. I*. KOU-
KiITS.4, and 5 Graunis Block. 115 I)earborn-st.
T7IOR SALE-OHEAP-A .MEXICAN SAD-
Jj die with silver-mounted stirrups. Call and get
a bargain at 1023 North Hulstud-sL or address C 1«,
'l'ribune office. '
17(0P. SALE-ONE GOOD SINGLE
j horse; brown: weighs I.UX); ono black coach
learn cheap ataiC.* Miehlgan-av.
ITiOR SALE—KENTUCK V lIORSES-A
Jj car-load of flue Kentucky saddle and harness
horses will Ims sold at reasonable prices. Inquire at
private stable in alley in rear of 1731 Wabash-av.,
Buckner Bros.
17>0R SA LE-I HAVE A GOOD SQUARE
i * box. end-spring top buggy; will sell at a bargain,
lull* MlchUan-av. ' ■
FOR SALE a GOOD WORlv HORSE;
1.373, •» years old. and sound; S about l.luicach;
4 good drivers, one can pace a mile In less than 2:41).
3>3l Gurilmldl-sU. Wentwortli-nv. >*ars.
SA LE—A HEAVY TEAM HORSE,
JJ f<sl, aSo two Blue Bull miles, cue 3 and oner
years old, both trotters, nt Id West Washlngton-st.
T,TOR SALE-CHEAP-A NICE BAY
i ■ mare, sound, kind, and safe for I»dy to drive.
iil'J Congress-sU ■
,710 R SALE—A FINK. GENTLE HORSE
I' g years old, and weighs I,Had pounds: stands with
out hitching. and isn’t nfralaoi cars; also good lop
buggy. Call atst> North Ann-st. ■
For sale —a new top buggy;
l:itt*«t style: Klmoall manufacture: cost £>yJ; will
sell for Lui. Address I) t\\ Tribune office.
TTiQR SALE A VERY HANDSOME
JU roadster, kind and gentle; also a go»»d team of
work-horse**, troe to pull, for Slid, tall at4lJßlue
Island-av. iu sulooii, corner West Fifieenth-si.
170 K SALE-A FINE BAY MAKE S
JJ veurs«»!d. weighs about 1.200 pounds: a splendid
worker. Will sell cheap, as owner has no use for her.
fallalW2 Klghiecn th-sU T. B. GALBItAITK.
For sale—a good, sciund. family
carriage borse. Inquire at 4<»7 Taylor-su
■J7IOII SALE—VERY'- CHEAP—A LOT
P second top und open buggies, grocery wagons,
etc.; must close them out at some price.' 1.5 \\ cst_
Adums-st. ■■
tji'oß SALE-BLACK DUIVINO MAKE.
T Hear is:«) Mlchienn-nr. ■ .
T7IOR SALE-MOUSE, BUGGY. AXU
| ■ harness; a great bargain; must bo sold together.
Address K :t>. Tribune office. _
ttuTbsale-a veky fixe secoxd-
JP handed sulky. llElit t«n>. (We tar. very cheap. .1.
MUHItISUX. IXH blast Washtnitton-st. ___
ITIOR SALE—OXE ‘AHORSE SITUXG
r truck tvUh mien ton: II still truck.: all second
hand. Applv to the Picks Truck Jc Wagon-Works,
corner of Illinois und Kingsbury-sis.
Fob sale-5 good houses, over
the disease: welshlHH lo UIM pounds: price from
£« to f KM. Call »t '/.MU South Dearboni-st.
TTlOll SALE—*2T GOOD GOOD HEAVV
IJ draft und driving horses nnd mures; weight from
•VI to I.IKW; prices from s>’•» to i2Wlj any trial given; U
buggies; G wagons, and all sorts ot harness, at 19 Blue
Islund-av. ,
FOU SALE—A COUPE UOCKAWAY IN
perfect order, beet make, suitable for one or two
horses. Cali at lift Loomls-si.. near \an Huron.
FOU SALE-A FINE BIG HOUSE, 1.400
pounds: nil over the sickness; also u nice pony,
lik 747 Madlson-su ;
TBOK SALE—CAX BE SEEN AT AXY
_aj lime, a choice lot of horses consisting of two
pairs of largo bay carriage horses fi years old. one ex
tra large dapple gray mured years old. one black
pacing horse, twelve single business and work horses
1 lUt to U W pound'*, ROBINSON A N ANNA! IA&
stables. Thlrty-tlfth-su und Cottage (lrove-av. .
1710 R SALE - TWO-HORSE STAKE-
Ii truck (runs ini ear track): also one large express
wagon. Hear 195 South Clurk-st.
•“rnou SALE—ONE iJNE UO.VN >LVRE,
JD porlectlv sound, young, und gentle. Inquire at
No. HI Blue islund-av.
TTiOll SALE-HOUSE AND PHAETON;
1 1 h„ tf ppcn used but little; perfectly gentle, good
style, und traveler, such a* any lady Kin ride nftur
with .afvtr and pleasure: youne and s.imi.l; a in
good order. Can bo seen ul MH-KMtUs stable,
Mlchlgan-av., near Twenty-sccond-sU iormerly
Tuff s stable.
Wk SALE - STYLISH. HIGHBRED,
P fast paelnc Btalitoli. drives anywhere; lake
bJ-jmr „r Jewelry In part pay. Address 1) a* Tribune.
FOU SALE-VEUY CHEAP, AT 90$
>Ve«t Mudlson-st.. six mures fit for light deliv
ery work: must be sold. Call on feunday.
TTOUSES \\ IN IEKED AL DOWSERS
Drove; hay and grain; stabled nights; protcct-
winds bv dense proves. Drop me a postal
Vnd
C r’» Drove. or ILU Dearlmra-st.
Twenty-five horses and makes,
ill over tl«e disease and ready to work, prices
ironi HU to i'.M. fair trial, and no reasonable Oder re
fused; Van Ilnren-st. ear passes tbo door. Barn 22
West Van Burcn-sU -
;tt AXTED-2 Oil 3 HOUSES TO HOARD.
VV ‘Feed the best: excellent stalls and care. Ap
ply at stable* northwest corner of bheldon-st. and
Ciirro 11-av.
Vxr vNTED-A HORSE THAT CAN
VV irot in forty or better, for cash; state *i?.o and
uhi'e; would buy bupuy and harness. Address B t;.
Tribune oßlce.
WA.XTED— KIKST-CLASS TOP HOAD
* wnzon. fur cash. Address HG. Tribune office.
ANTED—TEAMS .MONDAY MOUX
' in" to draw lumber. Apply at Imperial Mills,
corner jjlxieentli and liearborn-.-la.
\\T VNTE U—S ADDLK HOUSE, DARK
YV color, tit to drive. Stale price. A ‘.O. Tribune.
W ANTED—GOOD, CHEAP BUSINESS
- iJor.se. Apply at -M and aU Krunklin-st.
W~ ANTED—XV ILL PAY CASH FOR
good second-hand couplet. Address l’.-U.
Box -IS. Hyde i*urk. Hi.
TXtTNTED TIIREE OR POUR GOOD
VV teams to haul pressed brick from cars; good
pay. Apply to LUCKWuOI). VSO Lake-su
TtTaNTED-TO BUY FOR CASH, SEC
VV oml-hur.d wagon. I‘AI West Itandolpli-st.
STORAGE.
TSiIICAOO STORAGE COMPANY. 2OO TO
I / aj; uandolph-su. have the finest warcruoms and
boit facilities in the city forstorltig furniture, pianos,
merchandise, etc. Low rates. Advances made.
iiiST-CLASS STORAGE FOR HOUSE
-hold goods, pianos, and other goods; low rates;
good earet H. T. MARTIN CUMPAAV. and 2J7
j-talo-st. __
ttiiDELITV STORAGE COMPANY, 7>i
JU and R» Hast Van Huren-.«t. Ferraenentandro
iiable. Kslabllshed in 1575. Advances made. In
creased facilities for the storage of household goods.
OTORAGE FOR FURNITURE, BUGGIES,
etc., cheapest and best In city: advances at low
Stes. GKOIIHK I*AUKY. l.Vtand IHU West Monroe.
ROOKS.
Books— s cases of English and
• French.books Just received. XAUGiiTKX’S,
lOJriouth Clark-aU j
B V SIN ESS CHANCES.
AN ENTERPRISING PARTY DESIRES
to Increase bU munufaoturlng business to meet
the demands of a rapidly growing trade, and needs
from flD.ttfl to JIS.OUJ to place It on a basis second to
no enterprise in the city. . .
Wl:h the above amount and what is now In the busi
ness there can be cleared'Blithe first year 110,000.
To a reliable party I will give one-quarter interest
In the whole business, including stock, patterns,
tools, machinery, and patents, or would borrow the
above amount, and will give as security No. 1 cilt-cdge
notes running 10,12. and io months. hearing 8 percent
interest, oayable monthly. Communications conil
demiul. References given and required. No atten
tion paid unless full name and references are given.
D2t Tribune office. ‘ '■
A GENERAL STOCK OF MERCIIAN-
J\. dl»e: invoice, f will sell for cost and car
riage, half cash, half good rea osuitc: located In
county seal: one of the best trading points in Indi
ana; store the most convenlen;ly arranged In town;
wacun-'nrd attached for convenience of country
trade: f2,sWof goods sold lost vear; stock well as
sorted. neat, and in good condition; could oo moved;
death of former owner cause of selling. Address J.
R, NIXON, Shoals, ind.
T A GREAT BARGAIN—CONFEO
tlonory and notion store to bo sold out at once,
at IMTaylor-su, corner Jetforson. Moving East the
cause. ————
AT PEINIGER’S, 03 LA SALLE-ST.,
ground floor, photograph gallery, millinery, gro
ceries, meat markets, milk routes, confectioneries,
notion, cigar stores, coal yard, news routes, barber
shops, beer, bottling, saloons, restaurants, hotels,
soup factory, and other bargains.
A MANUFACTURING BUSINESS PAY
ing largely in a city near Chicago Is offered for
sale; fS.tXX) to {2U.UM required, or would take good
realty for half interest or the whole: • the business is
running successfully, but the ill-health of gie praseiu
owner compels him to sell. H. U. ARMaTEAD, 155
Washington-sL ~ ■
Auction sale—tomorrow at io
a. m. sharp, Fidelity Storage Co., No. SO Van
Burcn: counters, shelving, Ice-box. saiics. etc., and
stock of a grocery store, k. A. BROKOaKa, Con
stable. '
A RARE OPPORTUNITY BOOK,
stationery, and wall-liapor business, well es
tablished. In a live, itrnwinK l»™ wObin 100 miles ot
this cltv; best store and location; cheap rent; other
business cause for soiling; half or entire interest:
fi,UUU to 14.UJ0. Address 8112. ITibune office.
Boarding-house for sale 2l
rooms. ;i: ncrnmneiu boarders: lirotlts >125 nor
month; selling on account of sickness, 155 Da salle
su. Room 3. ''
Eor sale—a stock of drugs and
medicines and fixtures in a thriving Nebraska
town; best and largest drug-stock and cash trade in
the village; good reason given for selling. Address
UKUdS, Tribune ofllce.
FOU SALE—HAKE OPPORTUNITY—
M. D. Uourdnmn. wishing to retire from business,
will sell his elegantly-furnished sample-room. No. hfti
gouUi Clark-st.: unc or the most prosperous places in
me city, inquire on premises.
TTiOU SALE-CHEAP FOR CASH. STOCK
£j of books, stationery, and wall paper in town In
Central Illinois: -well-established business; only
book-store In place of 2.UUO Inhabitants. hatlsfactory
reasons given for selling. Address A W, Tribune
office. ' • .
TTIOR. SALE—A FIRST-CLASS BAKERY,
JLj with nutltu 1 nquirti onpremises. CiIAS. UKAUU
tiTKTTKK. l-.MiiSQUl.il Flftli-st.. M. l.oeis. Mo.
TTIOR SALE-STOCK AND FIXTURES
JLj of n flrsl-eliiss grocery store on Smuli Side, do
ing a good cash business. Apply at itl yiarket-st.
TTIOR SALE—SEVERAL FURNISHED
P tints and boarding-houses; bargains, ioCO to {L-’.UXX.
F. J. KEKU. Uooin 4. D 1 Ucarlmrn-st.
For sale— mclean—have two
saloons and cannot attend to both; will sell one
enuup. Apply in saloon !K0 South Water-su
T.TOU SALE—CHEAP—STORE FIX-
P turcs, etc., tor boot and shoe business.
State-st. .
1710 R SALE-GROCERY STOKE AND
I' sample room: small stock; good horse and de
livery wagon; Hue living rooms; doing good business.
Address C Ti, Tribune office.
IJIOR SALE—STOCK OF GROCERIES
Jj and saloon license; store and fixtures to rent.
Address II 41. Tribune office. • .
T7!OR SALE-ONE OF THE BEST ES-
P tubltshed and paying wholesale and commission
businesses In Chicigo. doing u cash business ot S.-tR-
U)j yearly; small capital required; HU.UU or less will
buy it; sickness the only reason tor selling. C o-’.
Tribune office. ' -
For sale-a school notion and
confectloinyv store with living rooms; an ex
cellent location near the centre of the city; good es
tablished trade. For particulars address U »(J, Irlb
une office.
ITiOR SALE—DRUG-STORE—GOOD LO-
P union; stock Skat)o; satisfactory reason for sell
ing. Addrus> B7S. Tribune office. .
TTIOR SALE-A FIRST-CLASS RESTA U-
P rant, comga good business, near the new Court-
House. Inquire atPii Dearborn-sU in the basement.
ITiOR SALE-GROCERY STORE IN ONE
» of the best locations on the West Side. A great
bargain If taken at once, til health sole reason for
selling. Will bear the strictest Investigation. Apply
to.l A, l&j South Green-st.
OOU SALE-MEAT MARKET DOING
P large business; first-class trade and reputation.
Address A Pi, Tribune office.-,;
Foil SALE-CHAMPAGNE MA N U
factory; everything pertaining to the business,
machinery, etc.: will learn the art to purchaser. Ad
dress A t*i. Tribune office.
FOU SALE—CIGAR STAND IN FlßST
claa» restaurant; South Side; without stock;
StO. Address It 1. Tribune office.
JTiOll SALE—A DRUG-STORE UNDER
I' hotel: doing-steady businese; cheap lease; price,
f.'.sOO. Address It 1. Tribune oilice.
171011 SALE—SIM,OOO—A FIRST-CLASS
Jj hotel LVJxIW in very centre of Chicago, com
pletely and nicely furnished: has good elevators; ev
erything modern. l.ot !3o feet front HU deep, on the
best street in city; house Is now paying £i,UWJ per
month not: it bit great bargain man; also a
number oljslores that rent for about f.»,r>W.T.U. BOV D,
Uuom T. 17'.' Madtson-su
triOß SALE—3I,SOO—BANKING-HOUSE
—What we offer U the business, fJW safe, .Sar
gent's time-lock, and bank furniture; in a Urst-class
business little town of It.iXM people in Iowa; over 5150.-
bJu was paixl out here last vear for stock alone; it Is
the onlv bank In 17 miles of the place; about
on deposit, and has a nice paying business; poor
health cause of sale: splendid chance for a young
man with small means; a German could do tlrst
class, net rich here. T. B. BOYD. Kooiu 7. 17*J Madison.
FOR SALE-A RETAIL HARDWARE
and stove stock on the best street for retail busi
ness in the citv; reason for selling, party wishes to
leave the citv; stock about Inquire of MU.
bTODDART, ht Hibbard, Spencer ,k Co.’s.
T7IUR SALE —WINE AND LIQUOR
JU store, centrally located, doing a drst-chiss busi
ness. for cash only. Address B to. Tribune office.
FOR SALE—GROCERIES; ONE OFTHE
best stocks and locations in Chicago; old stand,
steady trade. A &i, Tribune office.
T7IOR SALE-RESTAURANT ON WEST
Jtj Madison-st.; good location: with or without
rooms. AW. ’lTlbune office.
FOR SALE-BEST FATING CASH
grocery o«. the South Side. Cash sales from 55U
toHOMper dav; rent only $25. i'toek bought before
the late advance; no bonus asked. Stock, horses,
wagons, ana ll.xturcs complete. 51,«W. all cosh. This
business will make a good living from the llrst day.
Can communicate with owner by addressing
A. B. GRANT.
35Thirty-sevenih-sL. Chicago.
iTiOR SALE—A FINE, CLEAN STOCK
* of drugs and Jewelry In Wisconsin; stock willin
volce about to f&oOu; will sell with or without
jewelrv stock; town S.UJO: good reasons for selling.
Address U 74, Tribune office.
}7iOR SALE—A RESTAURANT WORTH
j Sff.nOO. cash or lime, or would trade for city prop
er!
rpOR SALE-CHEAP—A FIRST-CLASS
£' saloon and restaurant, good location, and doing a*
splendid business. Tliis is a bargain to the right
party. Cull on or address R,54i) West Indianu-aL
FOR SALE-GROCERY STORE; WILL
invoice SiHW; rent low; entrance on two streets;
a bargain. PALMER. WHITNEY & CO., UM Clark.
Tjxm sale—stocrc and FIXTURES
JO of an old established grocery-store. Ue*t loca
tion in city. Splendid trade. Owner wants to leave
city. ROUP cash required. CSU. Tribune.
1710 U SALE—A RESTAURANT DOING
j good business; cheap for cash. Cull or address
to South Desplaines-su l*Ai*'S Place.
FOR SALE—A RARE CHANCE —A
lollei-snap factory, stock and fixtures; doing a
good business; must sell; am going to Europe. Ad
dress E 22, Tribune office. , ' ■ ■
For sale-coal yards and fixt
ures In best locutions in city: ST»OU and S.VW takes
them; parties leaving town. North btnte-st,
17\0K- SALE-ONE OF THE NICEST
JD boarding, livery, and sale stables on the South
bide, centrally located, on very reasonable terms;
owner wants to leave the city. K <S>. Tribune office.
For sale—the entire furni
ture of a 111-room flat In one of the finest build
mas, close to business; parlies wishing to lei rooms
can make Stt above rent. References required. Ad
dress Eol, Tribune office. __
T7IURNISHING GOODS AND NOTION
l~ business lor sale. 433 West Madlson-st.
T7IOR SALE—A FIRST-CLASS SMALL
JD printing-office; price SIAW; terms, one-flfth
cmh, balance in three, six. nine, and twelve months,
payable in printing. Address K 3*l Tribune.
FOR SALE—A FIRST-CLASS SALOON
centrally located; doing a good business; cheap
lor cash. Address E 1». Tribune ofllce,
Fok sale—a first-class saloon,
with lutcst improvements and 17furnished rooms;
Is a good bargain and In best part of the city. Ad
dress D 12, Tribune office, " .
For sale-or exciiange-a car
riage factory. First-class trade and location. Will
rentshoji cheap. Address K 41, Tribune office.
1710 It SALE—A LOAN-OFFICE FIXT-
P ares and license; stomae about pays thereat.
\ err low. Address H 63. Tribune otticc.
XT’OR sale-or exchange—milk
r route, horee, wagon, and. harness for lot outside
C jtv limits, on St:iie-si. or Wentworth-ar„ near Fifty
flr»t-st. Address O T SC. Tribune offioc. _
TTiOR SALE—A HALF-INTEREST JN A
P tlrst-clas-* Job printing office having a well-es
tablished and good naylng trade. A foreman or
pmcticul printer preferred. Address E US, Tribune
office. ; • " ■■
Have a good paying business;
will evehanee for dwelling worth about SI t WU.
Address C ?J, Tribune office;
BUSINESS CHANCES.
TTIOR SALE-GOOD BUSINESS CHANCES
A} —Cigar stand on West Madison, stock and fix
tures, ftfiO; tea and coffee stand, good location for
grocery store, stock and fixtures. fKUO; restaurant, one
of the best on the West Side, doing a large business,
one of the owners going East cause of selling: price
S.UUU. Fur particulars call on GRIFFIN & DWIGHT,
corner Washington and Ilalsted.
TNYESTMENT CAN BE MADE IN LO
JL cal securities'guaranteeing good progressive Ln
tercsL Address OM 2b, Tribune office.
TV/TEAT MARKET FOR SALE—§7S BUS
JLvX inoss per day; West Side: good reasons for
selling. Address C 63. Tribune office. -
OWING TO DEATH THE RIGHT PAR
ty with 52.0U0 cun secure control of a good, sate
manufacturing business paying 200 per cent profit.
References required. Address Dll. Tribune office.
2NE PARTNER IN A PRINTING OF-
Oce, established 7 years, wishes to retire. The
ir. a practical printer, would like to associate him
self with a live man to attend to the outside business.
13.000 to <5.000 required. C 30, Tribune office.
STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES AND
fixtures for sale. 11,000 cosh. Established paying
trade. Address C 40, Tribune office.
CHEEP RANCH FOR SALE—LOCxATED
O on Rattlesnake Crccx, Stafford Co., Kansas: 16U
aero claim. £0 acres under cultivation; bouse, barn,
sheen sheds, corral, span of tine ponies, high bred
saddio-borse. top buggy, light double harness, heavy
new double harness, new farm wason. household
furniture, full supply ot winter feed, and everything
complete for business, together with 700 Merino grade
sheep; will shear? pounds of medium wool per head
next spring: tine summer and winter range; buffalo
grass. I‘ricc for all. &.UIO. Address C. B. BRICE,
Deauville, Stafford Co., Kansas.
STEREOPTICON FOR SALE FINE,
double dissolving-view apparatus. Complete
outfit for local or traveling exhibitions or fur adver
tising enterprises. Traveling cases, all accessories
for making calcium lights. Miscellaneous assortment
of views, statuary, etc:, and press notices. Cost {450;
is in good order. Will sell at a bargain or trade. Ad
dress E< LVONS, oP Michigan-at.
SALOON FOR SALE-CHEAP. NO. 1418
Staie-sL -l
TO MANUFACTURERS AND BUSl
nens-men.—Rock Falls. 111.. located at the junc
tion of the C., B. & Q., C. k. N. W„ and R. It-. 1. & Sc.
I*. Hallways. Is tho largest manufacturing town of its
ago In the West, and'offers unusual advantages to
manufacturers of almost any commodity. It nos a
lune and enduring water-power, which, when fully
developed, will support a cllyofoO,UJJ inhabitants.
Its railway facilities are No. 1 m every respect.
Improved water-power for sale in large or small
quantities at low tlgurcs and on easy terms. Also,
room ana power to runt for large or small business.
In new brick building, very low.
Kvery possible encouragement is offered to manu
facturers and others to locate here.
CJGO.UOU worth of unimproved water-power and land
will bo donated to parties improving the same.
Address A. P. SMITH. Kook Falls, 111.
Refers to the management of the C., B. &Q. R. R.
Company. Chicago. Hi-
TO ANY ACTIVE BUSINESS MAN
who will furnish (S.UXI 1 will give an equal Inter
est in a perfectly safe venture from which a net protit
of &U.UU is certain to be realized by the Ist of Novem
ber. the capital to be used at all times under the con
trul of the investor, and subject to withdrawal with
out notice; immediate action necessary and corre
spondence desired with principals only: tritlcrs will
have no consideration and agents will remain unno
ticed. Promptly address KoTaTE ADMINISTIIA
TOK, Tribune office, Chicago, 111.
rpo CAPITALISTS—TIIE ABVERTXS
JL cr, a well-known business man, requires oush to
establish a manufacturing business in this city, work
ing 10U hands. Preparation for the work has been
going on bv constructing machinery for two years,
and arrested by lire. Answers arc not desired from
any but those who can wait a reasonable tune lor re
sults. Only a small amuuut of cash will ho risked, if
there be any risk. Address C 44. Tribune office.
TO RENT—A FURNISHED HOUSE,
and furniture for sale. 13 rooms, all filled with
tirst-closs paying boarders. In best locality on rfouth
Side; the owner Is going away. K SO. Tribune office.
TO RENT—A COMPLETELY FUR
nished butcher shop in South Chicago. Ucfcr
enc required. Address W. SCHKHEK, North Clark.
TO RENT—K MILLINERY STORE ON
North Clark-st., forlhalr business. K". Tribune.
WANTED— IX A SASH AND DOOR
manufactory now in operation man who is
thoroughly acquainted with the business and capable
of taking charge of all the details; must have some
money. Address ri yj. Tribune office.
WANTED-A RELIABLE PHYSICIAN
to take an established, excellent country prac
tice; no competition. Address Allopath. Tribune.
o*9 AHO WILL BUY A FIRST-CLASS
♦P—.Uvv established cash business, which pays
overJ.VlOU & »ear. Kcason for selling; business in
the West. Address OJI 'U, Tribune office.
rEitsoyj.L.
PERSONAL— IF JOHN PALMER, FOR
merly of Cincinnati, who patented a spring
hinge, will send address or coll he will hear of some
thing to his advantage. JNO. G. ItU.MNEV, Tre
mout House, or J. h. NOItKIS, Washington. P. C.
PERSONAL-" 11. ” WEST TWELFTH
»L: I will pay you foracopyof an old column
letter that you wrote for two publishers of a South
Clark-st. paper. GKOUGK \V. COLGItOVE. 15 Duunc.
PERSONAL— C. X. II.: RECEIVED
your letter; I wisb to sec you Sunday evening at
8. P. 0.. W. H. LOTTIE.
PERSONAL —MINNIE L : YOUR
lector received. Send aildreM. C. A.
PERSONAL-A GENTLEMAN OF MlD
dle age. good moral and religious principles, well
posted in the ups end downs of this life, would like
tlie acquaintance of a laxly of means matrimonially
Inclined. Address Csl. Tribune office.
PERSONAI/— EMIL BERLINER WILL
please call at N. J. Israel's jewelry store, 1211)
s*tatc-st.
PERSONAL— WANTED—A OENTLE
raan correspondent with a view to marriage,
possessing means, education, portly appenmnee,
staunch principles, and a brunette preferred, by a
good-looking, virtuous, cultivated, talented, agree
able, and domestic voun? Indy. Give name, with full
particulars. Address E It. Tribune oflice.
PERSONAL— Ti IE G J2NTLE MA N
that loft about a year ago valuable papers In the
care of Mrs. S. Smith, of Westminster, can find them
at or by addressing XUa West Tweniy-fllth-st., New
York City. ■
Personal— an ambitious young
gentleman Is desirous of forming the acquaint
ance of a wealthy lady matrimonially inclined. Ad
dress D I, Tribune otilce.
PERSONAL— A. T. T., TODAY AT 8:30.
Don’t fulL 83.
PERSON A L—JAMES LAN DRUM
1 Holmes: Your mother Ims arrived from China.
Send me your addresa. A- HUGH, SH Jackson-su,
Su riml, Mina.
PERSON AL-WILL THE BARENTS OF
the girl that fell into the water from my boat
in Union Park Ocuo, favor mo with their address. I
am very anxious to see her. Address B. Tribune.
T3EKSONAL WILL LADY ACCOM-
X- pan led bv child, who came on Kltnhurst accom
modation Wednesday evening, Oct. a, or any person
who witnessed accident to lady at Northwestern
depot. please send address to N. b. VALENTINE,
care Henry W. King At Co. •
IDERSONAL—J ULJE: POSSIBJA” YOU
X hare forgotten my address: if so, the old one
will reach me. We waited two oours. Perhaps you
have no explanation tx> give. RAPHAEL.
PERSONAL— FRAUD: ARDEN GOING
to St. Paul Thursday. Address here or Plan kin
ton House. Milwaukee. GIBSON.
PERSONAL— SATIE KINCADE, SEND
youraddresa to ANNIE GODDARD, 40a Adclaide
st.. Toronto. ‘
B USIXESS BBIiSONALS.
PERSONAL-PROF. DE LA BANTA
will give a course of twelve lectures on " I hysl
cal and Esthetic Culture and Sociology.’ commenc
ing Oct. it, and continuing, one each week, until
completed. These lectures will be worth tho atten
tion of every woman and girl, rami and boy. During
the course his methods and arts will be fulb Wus
trated. and Ills original and startling;scientltlcexperi
ment of making a colored person while will be repeat
ed. Course tickets, with reserved seats, f> and
Those arclthc prices of his well-known hook Ad\ ice to
Jaidies," of nearaUO pages, and 40 illustrations, a copy
of which will be presented with each tjeaet.
the lectures free. Circulars giving titles of lectures
and nil particulars, with samples of the book, also
tickets. 1 with the books, to be box! at. his office from
this date. 71 Rtndoiph-st.. second floor.
TJERSONAL—OF COURSE YOU WANT
I lolmvesometblnatorcadlnyour room to wim
away Ujo lime. Don't torget to cull in at CHAI IN N*
corner of Madison und llcarboni-sts. liooka ofall
kinds ot any price yoo want to pay, bend for 111.
preat catalogue, out today, free, of over ,aJIO(J vol-
nines.
eksonals—ladies, you can buy
Wtnsor & Newton’s lube colors and artists
brnshosnt Ituchman’s model prescription druß-store,
State and Tbirty-flrat-ste. ,
"PERSONAL —UH. SWAN’S PASTILES;
I aNo the best combination flannels, for sale at
Dress Reform Rooms. ISS Wabajb-av. _
■pIiTiSONAL FRIENDS MAY TELL
I you your pimples don t look bad. should
tujar tiieui talk In J°ur absence. I leasant I implc
Pastilles will cure you. Depot, UJ Clark-»t.
CAST-OFF CLOTHING.
T better. PLACE CANNOT be
A found than at 370 Slatc-sa. where Indies and
centlcmen can obtain the highest cash prices for
their cast-off clothing. We pay aU l»er centmore tbwi
all other dealers, ioilowmg are the prices we pa>.
For overcoats from fii to fSI.
For business suits from $.» tosla.
For coals and vesta from ii to «u.
For single pants from i'i to f»«.
Tor Prince Albert suits from $lO to WJ.
For silk dresses from IS to S3O.
For cashmere dresses from $j to TJJ.
For dolmans from 55 to $->.
For sealskin aucques or dolmans from IS to 1150.
For evening dresses from w to fSJ. . ,
Order? uuended with priiinptnesa aud dispatch.
Address Mil. ur MltS. ANDlthlVb.
"a ll the ladies and gentlemen
A who wish to sell cast-off clothimr, t?rpcu. and
boddlna will do well byseudlnll orders to t. fleocliel,
sffitH-sL 1 will nay per cent more than an>
other dealer In the city: 'don't sell jlkul
Inc before you get an offer from MiL or iilW- Hfcß
SCUFL. itemeuipcr the number, ft- state . u
TO THE LADIES OF
A. Chicago-Now Is your cliuuce Ui obmm u goml
price for your cast-off summer clovhlng. bend ad
dress by mall to Mr. or Mrs. Original AN imbWa , Z~
buite-st., opposite Congress, to J ll -. 11 * 3 *
cjiah price. Don't forget the number. btate-st.
T ANDREWS, 508 STATE-ST., PAYS
I i. the hlahest cash price for ladles and uantlfr"
iien’a cast-off cloth Inc, «nJCUk household toods,
jewelry, etc. Orders promptly attended to.
NO HUMBUG —THAT FRANK BEOS.,
376 state-sa. pays the hhrheat
second-hand dealers In
cast-off clothlua. furniture. Mroeo. swres. eta
Don’t foraet the number. 370 i bta.e-sa utam
promptly attended to by malt by Mr. or Mrs.
FRANK. N. B.—No connection with any other store.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
At the front—the union fur
nlture Companv, 503 and 505 West Madlson-*u
bare now a lanre stock of household Roods of all de
scriptions which they will sell on monthly payments
at low prices, black walnut dressing awe sots from
foO to <ISU. Collate sets from i£> upwards: a hand
some set sls. Uur “Champion” bed-luniiße sls;
cheap! Parlor suits in hair cloth, terry, raw silk, and
plush, from sl3 to <l5O. Mattresses, sprint;*, centre
and diningroom tables, book cases, sideboards,
parlor desks. Also silver and class ware, cutlery,
crockery, wooden and tin ware. A full line of car
pets In tapestries and ingrains. Otl-eloths and mat
tines of desirable patterns. You will find everyth mi
needed for housekeeping in style, quality, and price.
Don’t board at high prices, hut furnish a few rooms
and he independent. Bo your own banker. Put your
money in furniture where you can see and enjoy it.
and don't make the mistake of purchasing without
calling on the Union Furniture Company, 503 and 503
West Msdison-st. Open Monday, Thursday, and Sat
urday evenings.
AT TUB-WEST EN T D FUXINISUDJG
Xjl Jlouso for bargains Id
FURNITURE,
CARPETS. STOVES. _
CROCKERY. Era
Wardrobes, bookcases, parlor suits, marble-too,
and other chamber suits, mirrors, etc. -
Everything to furnish a house or room complete on
the shortest notice.
Before you believe oil you road call and Inspect
our stock, and you will be convinced that we sell you
beltergoods for less money than any bouse in the city.
An immense stock for selection. Easy payments
and square dealing at the
WEST END FURNISHING HOUSE.
2UB WEST MADISON-ST.
F. COGSWELL.
A STOCK OF NEW AND USED
FURNITURE.
CARPETS.
CROCKERY,
STOVES, ETC..
For sale for cosh or time.
GEORGE PARRY. 153 and 10) West Mouroe-st.
CARPETS,
FURNITURE,
stoves, era
At Lowest Prices for Cash or
on
Monthly Payments.
HIRAM BRUSH.
273 East Madlson-su. near the bridge.
TpVERY AND ALL KINDS OF STAN
.IjJ dard furniture soiling on easy payments cheaper
than any lime house in the city at i'.Uand IS! Micbi
gan-st. A largo stock of everything for housekeep
ing. Four floors full of all kinds of goods, hull line
of carpets, stoves, crockery, chamber suits, mirrors,
patent rockers, large easy chairs, wardrobes, book
cases, sideboards, lounges, und all kinds of bedding,
etc. Everyone that buys semis their friends, because
1 use them well after they bare bought the goods
and soli them cheap. 131 and 13tl Mlchlcan-st-, be
tween Clark und la Salle. DAN’L. COSTELLA.
TTiUUNITURE-CALL AT HODGES , &
JC MUUIUSON’S. ixA West Madlson-st. Vou can see
a large stock of carpets, furniture, and stoves just as
good as new; bedsteads from 11.50 upwards; springs
75 eta to woven-wlres for $1.50: mattresses from su'eta
to SI .50; wool and balr-top: chamber suits flStofto,
worth double the price: elegant gas-fixtures, coat
?m forsso. Remember. for cash only, no time busi
ness. HODGES * MORRISON, Commission House,
CSt West Mudbon-sU ' •
Furniture, carpets, stoves, etc.
AT LOW CASH PRICES.
On easy payments.
Splendid stock. Fair dealing.
Open evening J. W. A J. 15, STOItEY,
£3Statc-st.
Fou sale cheap the furni
turc and leasj of a bandsomo 6-room But un
Wabash-av.. nearUarrison-su Call at WHELAN 3,
105 South Clark-st.
For sale—full-size folding
bedstead; cost $80; price €SO, with hair mattress.
West Rondolpb-st. - ■
For sale—two chamber-sets.
little used- Also parlor furniture. West Ban
clulph-at. ■
FOR SALE—CHEAP—I PARLOR SET
furniture. 1 dinlng-lablc—extension. 1 dosen
dining-chulra. I walnut marble-top bedroom set, a
complete set chandeliers. Apply at 197 East bnc-st.
For sale—handsome chamber
act of furniture, carpet, and complete kitchen
outfit. Splendid opportunity for young couple to
commence housekeeping. Address E 4*. Tribune.
Folding beds-sio, sis, sis, 522, and
sls: bandsomo bedroom set, carpets, etc., cheap.
Koom 10,116 East Monroe-st.
TnOR SALE-ONE FURNACE. SOFA.
r bedstead, bedtoimgc, and all kinds of household
furniture cheap. Apply at’.CM Ontario-st.
FOR SALE-PARLOR SUIT, BASE :
burner, chairs, lounges, mattresses, commode. *
octave piano, etc., at 3a)5 lndiana-ar. Cal. early, 10 r
music teacher. - ■
SALE—AT A BARGAIN, A BRUS-
Jj Nils carpet, good as now. Apply at USTMa
bash-av. • ;
FOR SALE-FURNITURE, ETC., OF
a 14-room boarding-house on Wabash-av.; house
full al present. Address D 56. Tribune office.
7710 U SALE-1 NEW MARBLE-TOP
P chamber set. French dresser, I new cylinder
desk bookcase. 149 South Groen-st.
GO TO WHITE’S. 140 WEST MxVDISON
sU. and look at the splendid Diamond i«ir
lor stove before you buy, also tho Stewart ranges*
and a large stock of new and second-hand stoves, and
good second-hand Superb and Gold Coin Range.
T> OVAL RANGES, RISING SUN
JLi; ranges. Every one guaranteed. Ask your
dealer. Made by U. ri. Foundry Co.,HJ to *HU Krfe-st.
REPAIRS FOR STOVES MANUFAC
tured at Troy, Albany. IlochMtiir, Clorcbuid.
and elaowhcre, at \V. 0. MBTZJttKb, tl7 Wotl
Uandolph-at.
Stoves, stoves, ale kinds of
stoves, the Garland, Crown Jewel, Hecla. Shin
ing i.iglu, Argand, splendid Stewart, ami the stove
of all stoves. Die Wellington. all sizes* and 1W outers
too numerous to mention; all been in use a snort
time, and Just as good a* new. at less than half price.
Call at HODGES A MOIUtISON’S. t><4 West Madison
st., before you purchase your range, cook, or heal
ing stoves. Prices from SJ and upwards. All sold at
private sale. "■ .
Three good second-hand stoves
for sale very cheap: one parlor, one bedroom
stove, ono cooking; not much used, at PI Thirty-tilth.
rpHE EMPIRE PARLOR BEDSTEAD
I
largest slock and make the lowest prices and easiest
terms on furniture, carpets, stoves, etc.
WANTED— PARLOR FOLDING-BED.
C C 7, Tribune office.
TTTANTED-OIL STOVE, MONITOR OR
W Adams A WeaUake preferred, largo size. Party
wishing to sell address with description and terms,
I) 2T, Tribune office.
CLAIRVOYANTS.
WONDERFUL GIFT—MRS. POULIN,
the most wonderful ostfologlst of Uio sure, has
just returned from Europe, where she has been
acknowledged by all the nobtliev to be tne greatest
mind-reader of the nineteenth century, telling past,
present, and" future, the name of the one you will
marry, that of her visitor, shows likenesses, has chat
great Egyptian secret lor such ns love and speedy
marriages, can give luck charms so that your enemies
will not have power over you: she gives perfect satls
- taction. Fees 50 cents and <l. Parties residing oat
of the city can consult Mrs. Poulin by letter, inclosing
a luck of hair. 11. and stamp. l*t* Oblo-st. west of
Clark. Office hours from U) a. m. to 9 p.m.
Advice, information, and cor
rcct life-readings given by MMK. CLAUL. Dis
eases and Intemperance cured. Also works reliable
charms. Fees. A and 50 cents. IJI \N est I olk-su
All recommend mrs. novella.
Gives advice to all In trouble of bodv, mind,
estate; magnetic treatment, sure euro for•rheuma
tism. Fees. 50 cents to 11. ACI VN est Madlaon-su
ABAK WIZARD ASTROLOGER
Prof. Vougobet, from Europe, greatest living
clairvoyant. Causes marriages, picture uame
and date of marriage, business troubles, never falls.
50c. fLW. (33 West Gake-at.
A LL RECOMMEND MRS. FRANKS, SBI
A\ve*t Madlson-sU best adviser on love, marriage
family, or business troubles- Fees. J) cents to it
TT'GYPTLVX MAGNETIC girdle, the
Jll crcat licultli restorer. Seances dallr. llnslness
sittings at-lM West Kandolph-sL SARAII E. BItOM
WEIJ* _ _
TTIOR A CORRECT READING OF THE
fi pjusr. present, and future go to M. A. Gi.> fc*> LA,
3TO West Lake-st.
IV,rME. LE NORMAND, CLAIRVOY
IV I ant and trance medium. astonishes all by her
wonderful power, reveallnif ererr '"dstrlant erent
. hut has occurred in your past or will occur in your
future life: bos the celebrated Parisian ehnrnß*. W«ar
anpred Infallible; brings the separated together,
muses love, marriage, and success In « v «V
ln«; consultation personally and by letter. 521 Wa
bash-ar.. up-stnlra. ■
MRS. BOWEN, 451 WEST MADISON
st.. niHßneUe troutroent nnd .auor hntlis. il each
TV/IAIE. starkloy. the CELEBRAT
iVI cl ..ypsj lialmlst and fortnne-teller: she Is the
onfv one ot her profession In the «Jtr: »n ha con
sulted at -tl Wcstem-nr.. from II a. ui. to rt p. tn. tan
liiiren-.l- ears start from tlie door. l’Ce..iV-
ATADAJI ANGLEY, THE GREATEST
J 3-1 clairvoyant and magnetic healerof toe age. «1
SUite-aL, Bennett 1 louse.
*\TME. JOY, THE FAMOUS FORTLNE
jVL teder. clairvoyant. By explaining hidden se
crets and foretelling future events,
marriage, divorce, diseases, property,.or business.
Vou may avoid untold trouble, slcxncss, and hearty
nrhus Magnetic treatment. Foe M cents and f 1.4»a
West corner Tbroop. upper-tloor fronu
ISS.L SHOLLENBERGER, 1» SOUTH
Halncrt-st.— Materializing seance Sunday and
Tuesday evenings at Sp. m- Magnetic treatment and
slitimra'daily.
ATATERIALIZING SEANCES IX THE
I\l light Sunday and Thursday evening:
dtimßt C.IIT A (Ki.ltlre cure fa ««§"•»» d |£“{7
and all chronic diseases. Prof. M. J. SiIKA, at, u~
S 7 Wcy Madi?<in-nt. ■ —
"V/LME. ZARAI’IIA, TRANCE 3IEI)IUM
iVI and magneticphvslclan.guaranlecstoberrUlt
nMcomnlete satisfaction, revealing their most pro
found secrets and giving an entire llfe-ruadlaff. Has
the renowned Persian charm for love, business,
health, etc. 375 West Mauison-st.. first tlat-
REMOVED— MADAME MILSOM, XAT
ural clairvoyant, *JjS State-sc. near^lacitsom^^
SKWIXG MACITiyES.
I Mm'dilt”. l^llOMfe<LVSrMMV»to»h- t T.
Medium axd family singers,
Whiter* WllMin, and other co'Kl maehlim,
from fduuwoxdsT Loan dfflee. Clort-,1.. Room i
MISCELLAJSEO US.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BOU
quets and sprays of dowers, eta. fsr.decoratlnf
silk and satin fur covers to toilet buttles, cushions
tidies. panels. etc., for sale at store and In cost gal
lerr at Exposition. Free instructions aiveiu Good;
decoßtted to order. Finest assortment of scrap-bool
pictures, birthday, Christmas, and >’ew Year cards U
the city; wholesale and retail. Photographs of Mt
Garfield and family. Group of entire family will t>
ready in a few days. J. A. Madlson-sl'
Elevator to itoom*.X
A LL STOVES REPAIRED—SEND POS
AjL tal and you will be called on and price Riven
moderate charges. US tiouth Ualsted-st. .
A LL KINDS OF TAR AND ORAVEI
aA roofing done, and old roots repaired by .1
WIJ.KKS FOKP Je CO., 11l and HI Washingam-st.
T>El>-BUGS AND ROACHESEXTEUMI
natedby contract iwarranted). Oakley’s In
fallible Exterminators for sale. Call or address A
OAKDBY A CO.. IS) East Washlngton-at.
Cockroaches— if your house is
Infested with bugs orroaches. COMAN wil
guarantee a perfect cleaning ouL Address Dear
born-at. *
DK. JtcCIIESNEY’S NEW AND ELF,
ptnt Russian baths. Palmor House, are non
open, with price reduced from <1 to otl cents each.
T HAVE THE WESTERN ACENCY OB
JLl > rof.J.\VM.ivimrstuu> French combination systets
for dress und cloak cutting. and am prepared to teach
this system; guarantee anv one who learns to cut by
ibis can cut without seeing the person without an al
teratlon. This system stands without a rival. Anj
lady may become a professional cutter by learning
this French system. You save cloth and time, und a
sure fit. M. GRAVEHAET, «3 East Madlson-su,
Room SU.
Madame graveraet. room 4A :a
EastMadison-su has returned from New York,
bus now received her fall stvlcs. und Is prepared to
serve hcrcustomera promptly. Cuts und tits dresses
end clunks by Livingston French system. I have the
W estem agency. Apprentice girls wanted.
\rX SKIN BLEACHER MAKES EVERY
I>JL skin permanently perfect. fi 1 make every
beautltler of value desired. Call. See personal amt
amusement notices in this paper.
Ti/fBS. CHILDS HAS RETURNED, AND
X*l_ Is now located at Thlrty-Orst-st,, and rendy
to do dressmaking. Cutting, and fitting a specialty.
NO BUGS-IRON BEDS. COTS, CRIBS,
mattresses; colleges supplied, bams, brewer
ies. Mail orders attended to. iron Bed
"Vf OTICE—BE IN G INFORMED THAT A
JLv man named James Tiroperlake is tuning ad
vertisements for *• Page’s Guide to Clrcago," nolle*
is hereby given that said James Tlmperlake has no
connection with and no authority to act for this firm.
1L 1C PAGE A CO.
ONE OF THE BEST SYSTEMS FOR
dress-cutting in the world In taught by Mr*. Ly
bargcr. the inventor. Ladies will do well to call at v 3
East Madlson-su, and teat the merits of this system.
Ageuts wanted.
OLD COINS-A FEWOLD COINS AND
a very elegant coinease, also some Indian curl
ics for sale. Room 12), Ashland Block.
T> ASS-BOOKS, ISLAN K-BOOKS, AN D
J_ siaUouery, the chOui>est lot In the United States.
Anything you want In this Hue at half the price j**n
pay at other stores. CHAPIN'S, corner Madison and.
Dearborn-sts. !?end for bis (Treat book-catalogue,
free: over 75.000 volumes.
PRINTERS —I WILL TRADE YOU A
lot of tine books for printing. CHAPIN’S, cor
ner Madison and Dearborn-sis.
all IE HUTCHINSON FURNACE AND
. Smoke Consuming Company Is now prepared u>
abate the smoke nuisance In tins city without injury
to boiler and without loss or fuel. Wo guarantee
every appliance, and that It will give entire satisfac
tion. It can be applied in a few hours to any boiler.
Office, Unity Building. Roomss and 9.79 Dearbom-su
THE AMERICAN M UTUAL }LV It RI AG E
Association provides homes for Its members oa
marriage. Its membership exceeds 6,600. and pays all
demands. Agents wanted. Address A. B. HA/EL
TON, 1157 Madfcon-st. (Boom 6>. Chicago, 111.
WALL-PAPER AT HALF PRICE-
From New Vork Sheriffs sale, stock paper
hangings which we set! less than half price; the usual
ll!c wall-paper for 4e, Uie usual 35c wall-paper Tof
10c. tine satin papers 13c, elegant gilt paper worth 75a
and $1 for 75c and 40c; handsome borders and frei/es
less than half usual prices. Martin’s Warehouse, 365
and 367 Statc-si.
WANTED— BOARD-O F-TRADE MEM
bershin. Name lowest cash price. D So, Trib
une office.
WT ANTED—A GOOD WATCHDOG AT
? Y .47 South Peoria-st.
WANTED— A HORSE AND WAGON
to drive around wlthaaign. Apply at I*7 North
Clark-sL •
WANTED MEMBERSHIP TICKET
Board of Trade. Answer lowest price. Ad
dress E 56 Tribune office.
YirANTED—A ROOMMATE TO SHARE
YV expense of nicelv furnished rooms.sloeach.
Apply to MOFFETT DALES drug store, corner of
Clark and Madlson-st.
WANTED-TO BUY—A WHOLE OK
half interest in a first-class restaurant, central
ly located, on South Side, fc 78. Trlbnne office.
WANTED-TO BUY OUT A FUR
YV nlsbod lodging-house with about 30 rooms,
location central. Address Z 82, Tribune office.
WANTED— A SECOND-HAND TRACK
scale of the overhead pattern, to weigh 90 to -5
tons: must be in good order. Northwestern Fertilis
ing Company, Union Stock-Yards, Chicago.
WANTED-TO PURCHASE-A SEC
ond-hand engineer'* transit of standard make
(Gurley preferred), in good order. Address C fiU,
Tribune office. •
TX7ANTED-T0 board baby, ok
Tt two children In country. Reference ex*
changed. Address E 5. Tribune office. "■
WANTED-TO LEASE—FARM, OR ON
shares. Address F. 351!) Michlpan-av,
WANTED FRAME HOUSES OX
South Side for removal; cash, or will sell ou
commission. F. C. VIEKLING, 114 Dcarborn-st.*
Hoorn 2.
WANTED— TO BUY A LOT AT ROSE
hill Cemetery containing from 310 to 300 square
lectin good location. Address, giving particulars*
A 18, Tribune office. •
WANTED— TEAMS TO HAUL STEAM
coal at 50 cents per ton. Apply at 183 lot Salle.
WANTED— LADY ROOM-MATE AT&I
Wabosb-av.
r- CENTS A DOZEN FOR FAMILY
I *) washing and ironing and work flrst-cinss. Good
Samaritan Society, 173 East lUndolph-sr.
OQAI WABASfI-AV.—THE MISSES
«Ovi Schmitz are happy to inform their patrons
and the public that they have just received aline as
sortment of French millinery: also artistic dress
making In all Ua branches by. ** Worth ** system.
INSTIL UCTION.
Academy of elocution and dra
matlc Art. 1219 Mlchlgan-nv.—MMli KLttT/h,
dramatic reader and delineator, receives pupils m
elocution and dramatieart In Kngllsh, trench* or
German. Private lessons dally.
A T SOUDER’S ’BUSINESS COLLEGE,
./x 341 West iladison-st. All branches ot a busi
ness education taught at day and evening session sk
low rates of tuition. Call and sec the finest business
college in the United States. ■
Athenaeum, so dearbokn-st.—
IManu lessons at hours to salt the convenience
of pupils. Half or full hour lessons. Terms moder
ate. Call or send tor circular.
A GREAT ..MANY OF THE YOUNG
men and young ladles are now taking individual
Instruction under practical bookkeepers instead oi»
pretentious business-college course. Call at S 3 I*a
;?alle-et. for circular, il. It. JOHNSON, formerly
bookkeeper with Field, LeltcrAto.
ALLEN’S STUDIO OF FINE ART—
Classes in painting, drawing, and music formed
dally; six months* progress In one; no charge for
prst lesson. Ifi jot halla-at, PUOh. iHOMAS
ALLEN. Principal.
A GRADUATE OF HARVARD AND
teacher of experience will receive a few pri
vate pupils, singly or by class, in Gutln, German, and
Kngl&b branches. Terms reasonable. 1? Tribune.
Chicago musical seminary, tia
Dearborn-st.. guarantee* that In 3) lesions by
ti.ylr new methodyoung dr old will be able toperforß
on nlano, oruan, or cullar what will reoulre rears bj
the old nieUiutl. Instructions erenlnas It desired. •>«
charts. I’rot. J. H. -HACOO.NAI.D. President.
OVKIUE A. JOHNSON. TEACHER OB
elocution and dramatic art. Private ana clast
lessons. \VJ South Asbland-av.
CLARA U GIBSON, ELOCUTIONIST
teacher, physical and Total Culture. 71 Rmh-st,
tji L 6 C tft I ON-SAMUEL KAYZER,
Tj teacher of elocution and dramatic arc tall term
begins Sept. 5. Instruction private and In classes.
Room 34 Central Music-Hall.
AJ ISSES GREER’S ACADEMY OF -MU
iyl steal bet ence. l£j.U» balU-st. (two doora norm
of Madison). by their new method of musical Instruc
tion guarantee to make young or old good perform
ers on piano, ortmn, or guitar In 31 lessons. Open
evenings. Send for prospectus.
G. OSBORNE LETCinVOUTIU
IVI (pupil of James E. Murdock) Instruel* in
elocution, oratory, gesture, at TU Monroe-st., Room 41.
Classes and private lessons dally, and at private res
idences If desired. Jlecttala given on reasonable
terms. T ' ■
pupils in vocal and Instrumental musicac2W
en-av. Refers to 31rs. Kddy of the Herahey
School of Musical Art.
PROF. K. LOCARD, GRADUATE FROM
Paris, teaching at South Side Academy, gives
private lessons in French. Matin, and drawing.
French Instruction by araotmar and conversational
method combined, fcui Micblgan-av. " - . ■
QiTUATION WANTEI>—AS TEACHER
O of Graham's Standard System of Phonography,
m school or college; abo private pupils. .Address A
Uk Tribune office.
SHORTHAND AND TELEGRAPHY
taugbt by J. 2. WIIITK. 8B la tolled. • *
RROF-
O Klvero. a native Siemlard, In Prof. Chon’s School
of Lac gunge*. Central Kooro*C
YirANTED—MUSIC AND SINGING
W teacher tor a yoonglady In exchange for tirst
class dressmaking. Address C l*J, Tribune oßlce.
OiO A MONTH EACH, ITAXO AND
•pjmi vocal Jensons by lady teachers. Room !» Par
well Hall. 14S Kast Madlaon-sc. Pianos for pmctiylug
BUILBjyO MATEBIABS.
SALE—LOCKS, A
JD nl prices behnr the market. Animmen«.»t«4f
of all kinds of builder’s hardware cheap. ’A; W,'
WIIKKLiiIL.UI lotke-st.
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