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BROTHER BOURNES.
Mora Testimony Advarso to His
Financial Character.
yond of Collecting-, But Unwilling to
Pay Over the Funds.
Tho Chlcnifo Prosbytory mot n«nln yusterdny
monims’ to coJillniio tno trhtl of HtoUov. J. 11.
Ibiuriies wn tho olmrKO «f tllMionosly nml tlecop.
btiiliicse tnu,actions nml ulitoliiiuir
money tmdor fnlso m-otottsua. When tho court
opom-tl »»>y » boUt •‘Boon members of tho Prey
bvtcry were present, liiuludinff tho ituousctl,
clerk*, ami eottusol. Tho llov. J. Ji. h. Soule
rceont of tho previous tiny's proceedings
was rend and tho muni dismission was had re*
jrnntlnff tbo correctness of this record. Tho
clerks had endeavored to tnko down motions,
questions, answers, and everything else In long*
bond, and tho result was very unsatisfactory to
the counsel on either sldo and to tho court. It
was suggested by l ho llov. Mr. Wlshnrd that It
was nut necessary to have tho clerks tnko down
the testimony-rthnt members who wnnted tore*
view tho testimony might do so from tho nows
papers. After nearly nn hour bud been wnnted
jn talk on this matter It was decided to give up
the scheme of keeping n verbatim record of tho
trlnl, the clerks being Instructed to take down
only what wits most Important.
The hearing of testimony was now resumed,
TIIK UFA*. lIF.NBY M. PAYNTKIt
being tho llrst witness called. Mr. Pnyntcr was
Iho missionary for whom Mr. Bournes was sup
-I>oßcd tosolleitsubsorlptions. Witness said that
defendant earno to him last spring and proposed
that he (defendant) should collect money osten
sibly for witness, that witness should divide
evenly with ulm, and tbal witness should report
to the Presbyterian Association as having ro
uolvcd tho mil amount. Defendant had ex
iilnincd In tho llrst place that he could no longer
~lto ra to solicit subscriptions without receiving
imv for his services. Witness was shocked by
the proposition made by defendant, ami declined
to give nn answer to It. . „
(in ihocross-cxmnlimtlon Mr. Pnyntcr stated
that he did not know whether tlio defendant had
collected any money after making tho proposi
tion or not.
Atlhlssrngcof tho proceedings every one In
the room was sot to btmrhing boisterously by
tho appearance of n blind man who was led by tt
little calld, and who suddenly yelled out: “ Gen
tlemen, are any of you lu need of « piece of
nil Butrgested that tho prosecution needed
tumolMus to make their ease “stick," and
another brother, thinking evidently of tho very
hut talk across tho table that had been indulged
in, expressed the opinion Unit some uf tho
counsel might need court-plaster before iho
case was finished. Tho blltm man who had In
terrupted the trial lu such an unlooked-for wny
beat u hasty retreat. The trial thou proceeded.
C. MARION lIOTCHKIN
testJHcd thru lust spring defendant visited him
and asked for money to assist in opening up a
new Held (or religious work nl ttiu stock-Vurds.
A day or two Inter tbo Uuv, Mr. Puvuior
came to witness with u similar request. Wit
ness thought the mutter over n tew days, and
then gave defendant ST», with tbo understand
ing that Mr. I’aynter whs to receive half. Wit
ness did nut Know whether or nut Mr. I'ayuter
ever received the $2.50,
The Uuv. Dr. IHaekbnrn was cnllcd by the de
fense to prove that defendant bad been regu
larly uppulnted or directed to solicit subscrip
tions; but tbo witness could nut remember, and
the defense observed Unit tbo records of the us
■oolutlon would hnvo la bo Introduced later.
Mil. A. K. DUNN,
bookkeeper for tbo Methodist Hook Concern,
tutdiiied Unit while ho wus circulator for tho old
Datlu I‘ost lie engaged defendant to canvass for
subscriptions at a commission of 2a cents
u name. Defendant canvassed along Wa
bash and Michigan avenues, and brought
In tbo names of nearly every one living
on those thoroughfares, witness thought this
did uot look straight, and accordingly investi
gated the matter; found that defendant bad
simply taken names of different people without
taking their order fur tho Post. Defendant wus
Eald about &a on tboso bogus subscriptions,
efcmlant denied, when questioned by witness,
that bu hud brought In any bogus subscriptions.
Tho fort was sent to tbo persons whoso names
defendant brought In, but tboso persons re
fused to pay for tho paper, declaring that they
bud nut ordered it.
Tilt: JJBV. JOHN COVKIIT
was then culled to tbo wltncsfl stand. Ifo testi
fied that Mr. Gilbert Simona, a policeman,
claimed a debt against defendant. Mr. Simona
had told witness this, and also that defendant
claimed n debt of fSO.UOO against wit
ness. Witness asked defendant If ho
hud ever claimed to Simons that ho
(witness) owed him (defendant) $2U,000, and de
fendant denied having over madu tho claim.
Defendant asked witness to try to Keep Sim
ons from attending the trial and testifying.
Witness had not asked Simons to absent him
self, but had asked him if bo was golug to ab
sent himself, and tilmons'bad said yes, giving
as a reason that Or. Thomas bad not been treat
ed square, and tlio ho (Simons) was not partic
ularly in lovo with religious bodies.
Tim lIHV. K. 11. DAVIS,
ono of tho prosecuting counsel, was called next.
Witness was on tbo Investigating commlttcu
that had followed up tho rumors minima du
fondant. Witness saw tho subscription-book
purporting to hnvo been raised by dolundnnt lu
soliciting subscriptions fur county mlsslonnry
work. Observing that tho dates of tho sub*
aerlptlons wore, some of thorn, very
recent, and knowinjr that defendant was
nut authorized to solicit funds for
tho county missionary work, witness asked
why Jthiid oocn done, and wbnt disposition had
b.'ou made of tho monoy. Defendant answered
that part of the money bad none to mlsslonnry
work, and that be had kept tho rest to pay for
bis own services. Witness once had a conversa
tion with defendant relative to tho latter’s pros
ecution before nu Ohio Presbytery for irregu
larity ns u minister.
The defense raised oa objection to introduc
ing tho Ohio career of the accused, und
debate followed, which lasted uuout half an
hour. Tho dclcnso claimed to have boou •* bull
do'ed all day long by the prosecution.”
Thu court objected to receiving testimony
relative to defendant's Ohio career.
Thu cross-examination of the witness was very
long and very dry. It only brought out tho fact
that what tho witness bud stated unfavorable to
the dofundont bad boon learned only through
the admissions mndo by tho defendant to tho
Investigating committee.
Mr. Davis referred once or twice wbilo ho was
•n tho stand to something about Mr. Bournes
and an opera company, and a trip to tit. Louis,
but was always bended oit by tbo defense when
testifying so faraway from toe charges.
Immediately niter tbo Huv. Mr. Davis bad
concluded his testimony tbo court adjourned
until Usli/thls “Qrulng.
1. 0. G. T.
Special Dispatch to Tht Chieaoo TVtbune.
Ottawa, 111., Oct, 11.-Dlstrlot Lodgo No. 3 of
thol.O. Q.T. of the State of Illinois convened
at this placo to-day, with a fair representation
of delegates. Tbo session today bas been secret,
which will also obitraclorlzo tbn ono to be bold
tomorrow. J. W. Nichols, of llloomlugton 111., a.
}>•<’. T., Is present, and conducted tho services
to-d»y. Uriah Copp. of Lodi, 111., O. W. C. T.,
will urrivo this evening. Mr. Nichols will de
liver a teinperunco orutfon at tbo M. 12. Church
tomorrow ovonlng.
Hop Diuorfl bns restored to aubrloty and health
perfect wi-ockH from Intomponmco.
Tltllsums Fit ASCII OFFICES,
fN OItUKU TO ACCOMMODATE OUU
L numerous patrona throughout the city, wo linru
•tall iliml llmiicli ufticuH In the dltfuront Divisions,
• dCßluiniiod below, where adroriiaotnunta will bo
BKcn for tiio Bantu price as charged at the Mata OX
we. and will bo received until U o'clockp. m.i
Hum'll lUVIHION.
JIKMKY J. HBCKWITIL Druggist, 3SOI Cottage
Brove-ov.. cornop Thlrty-nflh-81.
U. HIMMH, booksellers ana Hlatloners, W 3
JUliso.N H. J ACOUUH, Druggist, DOTT Indlana-av.,
IcrnorThlny.tlrßWi.
| Druggist, corner Thlrtr-tl rat and
O. Q. IH)W X CO., corner Oakwood boulevard and
Collage Oruvo-av., Oakland.
WIIST DIVISION
J; HJ'UUKUIKU, Druggist, 441 West Lake-at, cor
ncruf hduidim.
J- A. DItUKUL. Druggist, 803 Booth Halated-at.
C’analnurt-av.
.H-.}'* KllAri', Uruuglat, (HI Weat Madlson-ab, oor
her rniiiitia.
.JAMKriM. KIUKI-KY A CO., Druggists, W Houth
corner of Adam*.
vc 11 !'. 8 PUAIIMAOV. J.W. WAINWUIOHT. 673
3luili»nn*i>t., corner Ogden-av.
lll.bUNMOiirtVj.V, Druggist, W Blue Island-av.,
eurnpraf Twolfll|.»i. ..
li.t.iiKUKicK.Jeweler. Newsdealer. and Fancy
corner Mncoln.
. AUuuwjacoiwon, Druggist, I*3 North Ualsted
•L. corner Indiana,
. KOItYII DIVISION.
, ; hUIiUNaiiAM a CU. Druggists, 115 North
t i? r k*»l.. corner Division.
WU.I.IA&IH A CO., Druggists,U74 luirrabee-au,
.{^r/mrdolil-av.
.bulls \y. 11. NUBIIK, Printing and Advertlalng
Aguut, Nows uud Htallonory Depot, 41513. DlTlaiun-aU
HUHUUIiAN.
IIVPU I'AHK.
fluyulilrd 1 * 1 ! 1 Q * I)UW ' u ? ae and
Kuw«deuicr w * SuUoner, end
IfO US Elio LU GOODS,
•V, AT lAJW OAHU FiUCBH,
un easy payment*.
hplundld stuck. Fair dealing.
Open uvuulugs.
J. W. A J. 0. BTOUEV.
r PHE EMFIUE FAULOU BEDSTEAD
r*- Co.. Ml und !K< West Modlaon-sU, keep the
largest stock and make tbo lowest prices and easiest
H-rura uu luroUuxe, carpeu, itevus, etc.
CITY REA L ESTATE.
wo it~ s a i.B— V) '" tj i K ~vv is S't;ii3
JL’ south. Now In On) timn to Imjr.
HO feut, Mb'iitgnn-av., nuar Twuniy-fllglith-sl.
«»font, Mlehlgnn-nv., corner Thtriy-surund-sb
L’ftfeel. Miuhlunn-nv., corner Thlrty-lhlnl-st,
Ittlfuot, Mlchlgan-av., noarThlrty-fourtli-sU
WJfact, Miehtgan-iiv., corner Tlifrty-HHh-sl.
I« font, Mlchlgan-av., corner Thlny-slxth-st.
JW feet, W rhignn-av.. cornurThlrty-seventli-st.
HO font. Mlchlgan-av., near Thlrtj-clglUh-st.
■«l feel. Mlchlgan-av., cornor Thirty-ninth-st.
1") fact, Mlchlgan-av., corner Funicth-st.
111 font, Mlchlgan-av., corner Forty-ilrst-sl.
IW fuel, Mlchlgan-av,, oinicr Fortv-sucond-it.
itf{ loot, Mlchlgan-av., near Forly-lhlrd-st.
HU lout, Mlchlgan-av,, near Forly-fourth-sU
KU fool. Mictilgan-nv., near Forlv-fllth-st.
42)1 foot, M iehlgan-nv., corner Forty-sixth-st.
S loot, .M(chluan-nv., near Forty-s«veiitn-»t.
loot, Mluhlgan-itv., corner Klfiyllrnl-nt.
ini foot, Wahash-av., corner Thlrty-sccond-sU
01 foot, Wutmsh-uv., oornor Tlilrty-thlfd-st,
I'Ufeet, Walmsh-av., near Thlriy-fnnrili-sl.
IMI lout, Walmsh-nv., oornor Thlrty-llflh-st.
lUI foul, Wnbnsh-av.. corner Thlriy-slxth-st.
7U fool, Wnhush-av., corner Thlriy-seventh-st.
niluut, Watmslt-nv.. oornor Tlilry eight li-sU
VT<j foot, Wabash-av., corner Thirly-nlmh-aU
IUI foul, Wabash-nv., oornor Forty-ilrst-sl.
Oil Tout. Wabash-av., near Forty-sncond-sL
aw tout, Wnhnsh-nv., near Foriylhlril-st»
Ml foot, Wnlmsh-nv., oornor Forlyfourth-sU
i'U fuut, Wabasll-av., nonr Fonysl*lh-st.
Ml foot, Irnllana-nr., oornor Twenty ninth-st,
HI tout, milana-iiv., tiearThlrlleth-st.
4« foot. mlhum-av., nunrThlrtytlcst-st,
2ft feut, mllaiiu-av., near Thlriythlrd-st.
T.j toot, ndlaim-av., cornerThhtyflfth-st.
140 foot, mllnim-nv.. oornor Thlriv-slxlh-st.
2ft lout, mllaim-iiv., near Thlriy-seventh-st.
1(10 (out, mlhma-nv., oornor Thlrly-nlnth-su
au (net. mllaim-nv., oiirnur Fortyllrst-sl.
till foot, Inilhuia-av., corner Fortyseconrt-st.
ltd feet, ndlaon-itv,, oornor Forty-tnlrn-st.
IMlfoot, mllnim-nv., corner Koriy-ionrth-st.
;m fuut, milaria-av., oornor Forty-flllh-sl.
ftlfeau mllsim-nv., corner Forty-sixth-st,
37ft fuut, Ititllumt-av., oornor Forty-seventh-sU
2Ulfeut, iidlana-uv., oornor Fiftieth-si.
MU fuut, ndlaoa-uv.. oornor Flltytlrst-st.
KM toot, ’mlrle-iiv.. cornor Thirty-ninth-st,
JJUIIuct, V«lrto-«v., corner Fortieth-si,
lUlfeet, Prnlrlu-uv., near Fortyllrst-sl.
2ft fout. ’ralrle-nv., near Forty-second-M.
Rd fuut, ’mlrle-nv., cornor Fortythlrd-sl.
4iw lent, ’rnlrle-av.. corner Forly-foimii-sL
IT* feet, ’ralrle-nv., tioar FortyiKitynt.
nil feat, ‘ralrle-nv.. corner Fortysixth-st.
4ml foul, ’mlrlo-nv., oornor Fortysuvcnth-sl.
GF.O, A. EM KitV,
try Wushlngum-M.
JjJOU SALE—UV AUCTION.
TUB CHICAGO BEAL ESTATE EXCHANGE,
IHi ann lls luuittMirifß l
\\ 111 ninUu their
NINETEENTH PUBLIC SALE
IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED
HEAL ESTATE
TODAY, \VKI)M>|>A V, OFT. K. AT 3 P. M.
AT THE EXCHANGE.
BLBVISNTH BPI'.CIAI. ANNOUNCEMENT,
Ahsoiutn sale of
7HO F«»:T FBONfAGU
ON CENTRA I
NOW OAIIF1K1.I) PABK
•. tllnmlln-av.l.
Weston Duvliu-st..
'Wlwoen Fultutniim Klnxlo-st,
ISAAC GUEKNFBAUM’a
SUBUIVIBION.
in Bov. it. •*), i;C
THUUSDAV, 0CT.21), AT » P. M.,
Bale on the iironilses.
TUB CHICAGO BEAI, KhTATF. EXCHANGE,
m.nu\' urmn nil I a i ~ r..\
1M AND 118 DEABUUUN-hT
W. K. NIXON.
Bual EstaKN
CHANDLKU X CO..
Mortgage Bankers.
President. Trunsururs and Trusteed.
WM. A. BIJT'I'KBM. Mnnugorand Atictloiiour.
TTUII SALE—HY It. W. HYMAN JU. &
JD CO.. IW Duarborn-Bt.
MT (mllntm-itv.. ;i*inory Mono front, cheap.
'itUl Imlluna-nr., 3-ioory fnuno.
a;n Indliem-AV.. uotuige. elegant lot.
iW-il Imllanu-av./.'-Ktory taluk.
!tCS Kllln-uv., ‘J-slorv fnime. lot (15*m
S«i:i lii>nr(inrn-i<t-. IH-mury Inline. brluk basement.
HO Thlrllulli-xt., 2-siory brluk. all uotiwnlonuua.
.'dir. Korruat-nv., .(•■norv and burumeiu brluk.
!Ck) I’rulrlo-av.. t’-idory and liiinement brick.
WKST Mine.
11)3 West Van Itnnin-M.. 3-Btory marble front.
Oil Wool Uuu Itnron-ot. samo stylo an above. These
lioiihum form part of th« liHiulhonieKl block In tbo city,
una can bu had vury cheap.
HU l’ftrk-nv.,-'-i«tory mono front.
it. \V. HYMAN .IK. \ CO.. I'.dDoarburn-gt.
EOU SALE—TJIUEK FRAME I3WELL-
Inga, Not. li, IV. uml 35 Uelden-plnco. near Lln
il'arki rents lorfivu per nmiums price frI.UUO.
Pour brick dwellings unit two brick stores near
Northwestern eandiups.
80U acres of Kanina lands cheap.
H. I). WARD, Receiver. >sl l.nko-it.
TTOKSALE—IJY MATSON lULL, ROOM
JU 1 Urannls Itlock, No. ib> Dourborn-st.:
PRAIRIIO-AV.—iiunsu near TwuiittulU-tl., Ulmng
rooni on parlor Hour.
CALUMKT-AV.—Home-front house near Twenty
necoud-si., m perfect order. Price,
hiuludlng mirrors. gas-tlxturos, ami
considerable furniture. tJtiuu,
INDIANA-AV.—ltunußumu ntonu-lronl house, four
rooms deep, recently palmed mid
frescoed, with ltiHlTxlT'» H.lbVlU.
TTOK SALE—JIY E. S. HAWLEY, 70
JU lienrhorn-st.
fl.guii-3-Htorr brick, 24 foot lot on bawronco-av.,
near Forty.ihfrd-st. Kaay terms.
fl,ajU—2-siory and busemuat, stone, foul front.
Btono steps nnd walkss house could not bo built for
the prlcci l.urmloy Terraco; Korty-socuml-sL, and
bnnuiey-nv. Rasy terms.
lj.uW-2-siory nan basement brick, east front I'ral
rlo-av., near Thlrty-afth-st.
♦T.i'O-a-story and briseniunt brick,2a feet south front,
Twunty-attU-st., near Mlcliltmn-uv.
FOli HALE—AT A UAHGAIX—TWO *>
story and basement brluk (Iwolllnga. 10 rooms,
118 and m North Holdon-st.. fiktuuntid }.t.6)U.
Cottagu mid lot. :»st Curroll-nv., corner Kllxnboth
at, wlUi largo barn, kiJU).
Onttago uad lot Mil Fulton-st. f2,00Q.
Lot, lui feet on Cottage Grove-av. by 110 feet on
Thlrty-llna-Bt. with lingo building.
All-story bouse, with lot uexljM, near Huuth Park.
13,0X1. ti. 1). W Altll, Tnißloe.
IM Ijiku-st
T7IOU SALE-BV MATSON BILL, BOOM
JU 1 Urnnnls Hloek, No. 116 Duarborn-st.:
TTuimiit: mime houbk. with lot s*iii7sft, in do
ftrutilu location norlii of Twenty-second
st. and cast of Wubash-av.t largo brick
Imriij n tirst-ruto place, In perfect order;
M.IM) were expended Inst year In tho Im
provement uf the property. I‘rluo, i;is.mi.
TjIORSALE-BY MATSON HILL, BOOM
JIJ 1 (.mauls block, Nu. 115 Deurbora-sl.:
INDIANA-A V.—lhxl.Vi fed nuur Klgliteuath-sUs 24*
UK) foul near Thlny-fourth-su, and
4bxll'J loci near Thlrty-nrst-sl.
I’ltAlltlK-AV.— WxIhU leui corner Thlritath-Bt.l SSx
135 feet mar TUlrty-socond-st.
WAUASUrAV.—iOxIiO foot near Thlrty-sucond-sU,
eiißl fronts louxirf toot corner Thlr
ty-ihlrd-at.i and IGUvUJJ feet nurlh-
went corner Thlrty-fourth-st.
THOR SALE-SI 1,000, DEARIJORN-AV.,
JJ octagon Btonc, with U) foot, cast front; will rent
lorli.AUl.
lU.ftui, Dcarboru-av.. octagon Btonc, oast front;
Jontibm the host.
13.1*10. largo hutißu und lot, Buuth front; good loca
tion, Went tddu; very cheap.
liUTIIKU C. KKf.l.WIt, in Denrhorn-at.. Hoom 7.
TBOR SALE-BV MATSON HILL, BOOM
JJ I (Iromils llluck, So, Hi Hen rborn-sus
DAKK-AV.—Largo liuiibu, with 50 foot lot, uonrTblr
ty-lllih-BUt a iloMmUle and cheap place.
DA ICK-AV .-mono-front house near Tblm-ilfth-sU
OUOVKDANI) PAUK—Hrlck house, with 4U-foollot,
Eob sale-first-class block of
stores uml tints on mato-sU north of Hnrrlsmi,
well rented, and In good repair. Particulars given
to buyers. J. P. WHITES Si cu„ Itooni 4, U 7 Clark-su
TBOB SALK—FIRST-CLASS BEAL ES
XJ late In uneb division of tho city and suburbs.
Wo also assist purchasers In making investments tor
a commission; will guarantee to save them more
than our commissions. For conference, examination
of asps, chart*, etc., call on
J. P. WlllTK A CO.. Hoorn <. 07 Clark-sU
T7IOB SALE—AT A BARGAIN-50 FEET
JL} by 1(H) feet, oast front, on Cnnal-st.. between
Van Huron und Ilarrlßiinmu Price SUMUJ. JACUU
Wh’lD A CO., if! Heacborn-au
17I0R SALE—CAN A L-ST.—>WX 1&0, EAST
JJ front, butwoon Mko und Uandoiph-sts.. very
desirable and growing property, cheap.
J. P. WlllTK A CO.. Iff Clark-st, Hoorn 4.
TTIOR SALE-LOT ON SUEBMAN-ST.,
XJ near Van Huron.
Lot corner Canal und Mnthor-sis.
lu acres on llardsun-st., corner Kacrnmenlo-nv.i
wanted, un offer. b. 1). WAIII), Vd Uiko-»u
TBOB SALE-LAKE PAUK-AV., STONE
JL; front house with parlors, dlnmg-ruom. etc., on
best floor, laundry In basumunt, W.6IU. h. BLObbUN
&CO.. 170141 Hallu-st.
*l7lOll SALE— VAX BUUEN-ST.-LOT
Aj 40*105 foul to alloy, iionr now ItJiird of Trmlu
silos thu best piece of property In liio city for the
prlcu. .1. I*. WIIITK & t'lf.. Ituom 4.U7 Olurk-st.
TTIOU SALE—BAUGAINSIX IMFUOVEI)
JJ mid unlmprovud property, Btoruß, und bulldlnu
nun In thu conirul busbies* part of the cltyt gaud In
vestments. Also residence* mi tho North, Worn. and
Hmiih Hides a* prlco* to suit buyers. J. I*. WlilTß A
CO., Hoorn I. V 7 Ulark-su
371011 SALE-TWO 3-STOUV AXE BASE-
J nionl (lit- roomed) brick dwelling*. No*. A 3 nod M
Arbor-place, near Hlteldon-sL. atf3,&iU uucb.
* M. 1). WAHU. lluculver. IAI Lake-sU
TTIOU SALE-MONUOEST.. east of
JLj Threap. 3-story frame bouse, brio* biiauiuenl,
lot TTxlsn. B. HI.UHHON is, CO., 17lt lg> Hnllo-st.
TTIOU BALK—A FINE STONE-FUONT
JO rukldencuou I‘ark-nv.. near Union Farkt 40 lots
at Fremont illclgo In Bee. Ih, 18, 14. Tills property la
owned by u non-resident, and ho Is anxious lu sell.
ItENlty WALLKU JU.. 107 Uuarborn-st.
TTIOU SALE—MONUOE-ST., NEAU LIN-
A; coin, brick bouse, 11 room*, lot 33x13j, frame
barn. W.UUQ. B. HUfSHON A CO.. 170 1a Bullo-sL
TTIOU SALE-OU UKNT-AN ELEGANT
Jj two-Mury brick residence on l‘aluuoi-av.. be
tween Tblrty-aeventb and Tblriy*elgtitb-«la. Ural
class. Cliouit. U. W. CUUl'Bll it HUN, tU La Hallo
st.. Houm 30.
TTIOU BALE—I)EAUHOUN-AV., NEAU
JC UoetUu-st.. brick bouse. 13 rooms, lot AlxlsU foot.
E7BI.OHBUN a CO.. ITU 1a Hallu-Bt.
TTIOU SALE—3IONUOE-ST., WEST OF
JD Paulino. 33 foot vacant, south front, cheap. B.
HUIHHON A CO.. ITU lot Bqlle-Bt.
10U SALE—MONUOE-ST.. O(3TAGON
sluno-lront buusoi 4 rouiosuii tint tloori l.»un-
S, etu.. In imsemonti brick stable, K. HIAJSnON &
. DU IntHalle-st. .
TTIOU SALE-ISW FEET ON WASHING
JP ton-boulevard, uaslof CaUfornln-av., at a bar*
train. liENUV WaIJ.BU JIU. 107 Dearburn-st.
TTIOU SALE-OCTAGON STONE-FUONT
Aj bou»oonC#niri>-ar.,noorAd»aj*-*t.i mrooms,
hue OuUbi 18.601. B. HI/ioSON Jt CO.. ITU Ira Halle.
FOU SALE-FINE COUNEU ON THE
Houtb Hldo fur bulldera, ttixKH feet at W) por loot,
11BNUV WAM.BK Jit., 103 Dearboru-st.
TTIOU SALE—A LAUGE imiOK'IIUILD
iK.m ug NortU CUrk u ,^i^^\Vi J .i‘Kft c J 6 rt!. on
im Dvufbum-Bt.
THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1881—TWELVE PAGES
S UJt un It AJV n EAIjJISTA TE.
I"pou^sAEK-1 ; f/ilsiJAN’r tcTan* OIL
! dor of tlio Hnnromu Court of Cook County, en
tered tint. A, hvfl, I nffor for mtln Ml mr rnrlit, lltlu, nod
Intercut ntt UPoolvorof The Flilcllty Haviimn IlnnK and
Snfn
In Wiljrlit A Wfndnll’B HutKlirtulon uf N. W. U utH. K.
H of «. w. H Sue. l». T. ;w. It. 14.
llliHto bninndn In Hrlllmr and delivered to mo nt
mrorUco, Boom 14 Portland Block, buforo 4 o'clock
it. in. of Saturday, (let. J.’i. Kti, mid to bo nccomimniod
br ftdoponUof it) )>ur cent of the amount ortnrod.
Tlio nbovo ilearrlbud proiioriy In rolil for II.OU unless
A bolter bid In tnnde within tlio ttnm snocltlod.
V. A. TUItI’I.N. ItocoWcr.
TTIQII SALK - ENGLEWOOD - LOTS.
X 1 block, Hnd ncras now pries, oust terms), north
cant corner of ItnUtod nod Mflvolnth-xts.
HOIJTIt KVANHTON-l,.it* 111 to IS In Block H and
Lois :l to Ain Block "II.” Whltu's AddlUoni also n
lot* In Arnold A Warren's Addition to Boulh Evans
tons chuai) mid on unsv parinums.
ItlVKßrlUK—to nures (4 block)*. Houtb Addition,
IIINSBAMC-A aeruMicar depot, now nitnrdun.
lIAMMUNI), IND. IIU neru* I nillu intilli.
ANDUI'AVa A mmiIANH,
lifi Wn*hlnuUiii‘*L
fTIOU SALE-HYDE I’AUK-
X H,Wii-Ton-nmm uottmto, brick bnsomont, lot
.. WxnAwnh good barn, only ft block* from *tnttnn.
ll.*Oo-'4**lorjr cottage, 24-foot lot. 4 blocks front sta
tlun,
(.LV-Au-fnot lot, cast front, on Hyde I'ark-av., near
>Uty-llrsl-*l.. at fHft pur fault also UAI feut on
Jofforson-HV. at *nme prfc*.
• E. B. IIAWI.F.V, MlJ)parborn-«t.
TOOK SAf,K-hV BVANSmV. KAVKtfs-
X wood. Ilogsrs Park. Wllmollu. Wlnnutka, mid
other wcn-nslnldlshud town*, building lot*, nml
homes. KIMBALL. VU9K A CO., Tribune Building.
IJIOII SALK—IIY E. S. HAWLEY, 100
JL* Bunrlmru-sLi
2u» font unm front on Michlgan-av.. near Forty-llfth
*t., ntKi iter foot.
401) rout en*t front oii/t'alumot-av., near Forlr-slxlh
at. nl (,';*• per foot.
IWfeel on Grand boulevard, oast from, near Forty
*ovenUi-at.. at<ln) per foot and u>x IMI. ■
FOU SALE-CHEAP LOTS IN LAKE
Vluw, viltliln two blocks of J,lncolii-nv. car*, and
ingood mdgliborhood.
Al*o mnin very duMrnblo and cheap lot*, with row
er mid water, nuur the lake mid a Hlinrl dlstancu from
streetcars. Mtro.NNELI. IIBOH,,
.11, 1,1%,/.-,.,
Boom in.ir.l and lot SVnslilngtmi-st.
•ITIOII BALE-BV E. S. HAWLEY. 100
X l)eurbnni-Bt.i
o acre* half mile west of Dougins Park at Fifteenth
*l., IT,Mu.
ft acres at Grand Crossing, with house, barn, and or
chards quartur sidle from schools only quarter
nine from station. P1,7.'4U
tt) lol* at Hlxir-Ilfth-*i. and Cottage Qrovo-nv. for
IT.WJ to unisu an estate.
X house and grounds near depot nt Gleneou. b. I>.
WAUD. Trustoi), 1M Laku-st.
170 U SALE—AT LA GRANGE. SEVEN
X .nillu* (mm Chicago, beautiful riislilunco lotsnt
tJK fox ur fllB; nt’itr hotel; flft down, and ft)
monthly. <1 won't he undersold,) Lots shown free.
Abstract free. IBA UHOWN. 1U La Hnllo-st.. Boom I.
1710 R SALE-LAST CHANCE TO BUY
X n lot at Downer's Grove forltUd; (HI down; lots
(OxlAi. Mend for catalogue. Fit El) M. WOOUa, lt«J
Dearboni-st. •
'IT'ORSALE—GLENCOE—LOTS ON THE
X shore of I.akn Michigan, t»j font above lake, nt
tlnil each, on fft monthly piD'itmnim uuod schools,
churches, and cheap railroad larut will show Inis free
any day. IBA BUOWN. 142 Labnllu-su Boom 4.
11*011 SALK-AHOUT ttto' ACHES OP
JJ cholco woll'llmlicrctl Inna on Inko shore* billow
Hmilh Park. The tnmlli Chicago branch ot Hit) Illi
nois Lcntrul Unllroml will pans through tliu centre
uml maintain n Blnthiii on tin* irnut.
a. I). WAIU), Receiver. IMJUko.sl.
17IOU SALE— IO AGUES fiIILE WEST
} of tins city limits. <itn bargain. IKCNIIV WAL
i.KIt Jit.. 107 Ijfnrboni-m.
IJ'OHSALE-SIIHUUIJAXAGHES SOUTH
JJ and wont: special bargains. Wo itnvu tor gale
severnl choice pieces of from 10 to <U items tn a local
ity dcßlrublo for subdivision, clo*e to railroad depot.
Inst outside dir. nt very luw prices. Cull for par
ticulars.
J. I*. WHITE A CO.. Itonm -I. V 7 Ulark-st.
SALE-A FINE AGUE TIIAGT
JU near Pullman. 11KNRY WAI.LBR Jit., luT
Deurbom-st.
X 3 man. IHSNRV WAI.I.KH JU., U)7 Doarbom-st,
TTOII SALE—IO AGUES NEAR THE
JJ Western Indiana car-shops.
17IQ11 SALE-LOTS NEAR EULLMAX,
J la Kensington. adjoining (ho palace-ear Improve
merits, nt low prices, on easy terms. C. 11. SAW VKU.
Hr) llenrbnra-st.
T7IORSALE-ATARARGAIX-14 ACRES
JU on Unleim road nt West FlfU-Kucond-sl.. ensl
or Austin. fl.bUO nn ncro (subject to tax of lwl)j tor
tbh week only. Terms cosy. WM.C. ItHVNULDS,
til Dcarburn-st.. UouinH.
171011 HALE—(GHEAE), 5 ACHES IX
JU Hoc. C, just smith of Htouk-Ynrds. nunrstnllon:
fere 4kr cents} struots graded} lake water close by;
can be retailed at largo protit, THOMAS A. lUl.b, ,U
Duarbora-jt.
T?OR HALE-P UOI> E KT X IX ALL
JU atiburb* on the Uolenu Dlvlbliju of tho Chicago
A Nortliwin.(urit Uallronrt. Acre proiiurty nt n bargain.
HKUUICK A DUNMIl I .llearborn nu. llumiiai.
COUNTItY ICKA. L ESTATE.
T7IOU SALE 3150,0(30 WILL TAKE
JJ good wild lands In town or Nebraska! I.VUU acres
of cusl mine Just went of Cblcsgus this Is unu of the
largestaud llnent coni mines In tho Union: ovorbu
uir-londß now contracted tor ahemt: the land which Is
tlnt-elsss farm land, and nays orurfiU'J pur year net
for»tock pnrpoßes, and nil the machinery. Including
Ml mala*, any amount of curs and dumps fur hand ling
coal, nil thlß property, that Is worth over fiOMjuufor
con) alone, lorll-Ai.Uiu, and most of thin for wild innds:
It Is certainly a bargain. T. 1). HOtD. Koum 7,1711
Mnillson-st
17IOU SALE-OR EXCHANGE—'.! FA RMS
} In Waiikusjm County, Wisconsin, H miles from
Milwaukee: Sine springs. nmimiu wator, rich lands,
orchards.eta. etc. Uwnorhoro. F7il,Tribuneolllee.
IBOR SALE-COAL LANDS, t,JWO ACHES.
} nil underlaid wild hen quality of coal, within n
■murldistance of Uiirdner and llrncovllle. 111., direct
iy on now line nt railroad; price lows purchasers can
nmUe favorable nrrniigcmuntH with regard to freights.
A.NIHtICWrt X lUIUHANH. No. Ilfi Wm.hlnnton.st.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
\y ANTED—BRICK OR STONE-FBONT
it house In either division uf the city for an In
vestment. H. BI.OBBON A CO., nu Da Ballu-st.
'VXT’ANTED—HEAL ESTATE IN CEN
VY tml part of city. F, C. VIKULINU, IU Dear
horn-BU, Itouni 3.
XITANTED—TO PUHCHASE-10-ROOM
Y Y brick lioaso on tho South Side: price nut to ox
coort ItIXM. Address K U>, Trlnunu oUku.
TITANTED—COTTAGE AND LOT IN
YV unhurt) near tho city; will pay IHW cash, and
monthly payments of floor 136; give locution, price,
and toriaw. Address K .fit Trlbuno onice.
MISCELLANEO US.
AGOODBICII, attorney at law.
• lib Dearhora-Bt., Chicago. Advice frees 15 yours 1
experience, Business quietly and legally transacted.
Dissolution— the firm of bay
&Mcl.aury has this day dissolved by .'minimi
consent, ISllhor party Is amhorliedm sign In iniul
ilalUm. 'V.a.MVIAIhIY, U’. A.HAV. Chicago, im.
11. iml. ,
riMIK HUTCHINSON* FURNACE AND
X Bmoko Consuming Company Is now prepared to
abate tho smoko nulsanco In this city without Injurr
to holler and without loss ol fuel. Wo guarantee
every appliance, und that it will give entire satisfac
tion. It con be applied In a few hours to any holler.
Olllco, Unity liuKdlng. Hoorn# » andU. 71) Dearborn-sU
aMIEASIEBICAN MUTUAL MARRIAGE
, Association provides homes for Its iiiumhursoii
marrlauo. Us membership exceeds and iniys all
dvamnds. Agenu warned. Adarois A. li. UA/IKD
TON, IJT MmTlsun-st. tltoum U). Chicago. 111.
WANTED-TO PURCHASE A STEAM
> V yacht, about forty feet In length. «r to receive
proposals for building one. Address F It. Tribune.
WANTED - FILUIE HOUSES ON
Boiith Hide fur.romitvnlt rash, or will soli on
commission. F. C. VIUIILINU, 114 Dearburn-st,
ItOlim'i. ;
UWX UEWAUD
two will pay the above reward (or any case
of rhuiiniailmn or neuralgia wo cnniiut euro.
We van relievo any coso of Ul|iblliurla op croup In
stantly, Thu J. K, (Jardnur Army and Nuvy Liniment
will rullovu pain tirnl surliness and remove any un
nuturnl growth of buno nod imiiclo on man or uuiuU
I'ru o II pur hottia.
Will refund llto money for any falluro.
Circular containing valuable Information goes with
cacti bottln.
Army mot Navy Liniment Cmmmny. 61 Wabnsh-av.
HOUSES AND CAUUIAOES,
Alauv will sell uku beauti
ful bay mare Lady lln*haw forKMi. tibu was
sired by Urand Unahaw, dam an Ethan Allen maru.
Lady llnshnw I* ti years old, 1&M bunds blgbj a square,
level trutten wears no boots or weights: fears noth
ing. Hbe trotted at Lexington. Ky., In lintH, at which
tlinestiu wu* purchased for owner lor Kuo. Hbe la
warranted perfectly sound and kind. Call at owner's
residence. 1331 Mlcnlgun-ay.
AT JOHN MITCHELL’S, WO EAST
,/V. Wasblnglon-su—Uursos of all kinds, carriages,
buggies, and harness, new and second-hand, allow
price*! or will exebungo. Cash advances made.
TTIOU SALE-OU EXCHANGE-HAND
JU sumo carriage or coupe burse, bay. lung flowing
tall, tine appearance, entirely well of the "sickness,"
and In high splrlu. No mldcflemon, KW, Tribune.
TTOUSES WINTEUEI) AT MV FAUM
IX In satisfactory manner! sutlsfacUon guaran
teed. For terms uad references address C. U. BAH
■iO.V, iteorWeld. 111. t
Mouses winteukd at downeu’s
(Jruvei bay and gralm stabled nlgbtsi protect
nm winds by dense groves. Drop me a postal
und I'Ueall and see you. FHBD At. WOODS, Down*
ur'a Provo, or 1W Dearbora-st.
WANTED - SADDLE-HOUSE THAT
TV can clear a four-foot fence. Wildness no ob.
jecllon. F4I. Tribune olllcu.
STOUAGE,
piIIICAOO STOUAGE COM FAN V, 200 TO
\JJ hll Itaudulpb-sb. have the Hnest warereows and
bust facilities in the city for storing furniture, pianos,
merchandise, eta Low rates. Auranco* made.
STOUAGE FOU FUUNITUUE. BUGGIES,
•10., cheapest and best In cltyt advoncaaat low
raies. OBOUtIM DAltlty, IMand fflj WuUMuiiroa.
OFEIVE FUUXi'l'UltE .
CAFES—FOU SALE A FINK VAJHETY
of the celebrated Detroit safest also a number
oT flru and burglar aafe* of other makes. Call at J.
UItBBNUOUD A CO.'ti, 01 Dvatburu-sU .
TO KENT—HOUSES.
West side.
rpO KENT —2.-H ASIILAND-AV.. S. E.
X. corner Van Burcn-*t.—;F*tory brick dwelling
house. with stone front, containing ft rooms. Incimi-
Ing ga-«ilxtnrua. window and door screens, and large
b o-iioxi also prick barn. House In Situ-condition.
Possession given immediately. Bent 17ft pur month.
MAM'L GKIIU. 11l Doiirbern-st.
rro UICNT-CUTTAGK, (1 ROOMS, NO.
X ftVi\Vcsioiito-st,.|lH jiur month. PLTKUsioN
-l East Unii(lol|ili-*t.
rpo KENT—iii? loomih-s'L-makiYle-
X front, uliunin will retain throe roomns ha* all
modern Ininrovusnent*.
SOUTH SIDE.
rtM) UENT-HWS INDIA NA-AV.—MAU-
A. hie front. Iftrooniit oxorylhlngmodern and first-
Class. C. 11. 8A W V Eli, IHI |)*arliorii-»t ______
rpO RENT—NO. iSYrS SOUTH PARK-AV..
X n V-Htory and bsflumunt brick, with smith ana
mist frontngut housn tins nine room*, uvnrv conven
lusiru. and Is Inimlsontcly (mpuruil. I’eople with
boarders or children need notatiply. PKHCV \y,
PAL.MKU, Bonus H. lift Denrliortpst. '
rpo RENT-ON PRAIRIE-AV.. SOUTH
X of Eighteenth-*!.—House of tun rooms partly
furnished, him tier month, until May next. Apply to
11. M. HtIEUWUOD. 77 DenfUuNDSl.
Suburban.
rpo RENT—EVANSITJN—HOUSE OF 10
X rooms, nuw, with modnrn iniiiruTuiiientr, tkh
one with lu rooms, choice location. |.«j.
801HI1 Evanston—Two houses, ff-i.
. Wlmioltu-()no of 8 rnorni, near depot, In nice or
der, lift.
Bark Btdgo, only IHndlos from Chicago-One cot
tage, In line eomlltlun, (12s one large brick house, fift.
KIMBALL, VoaE A CO..'lTlbune Building.
TO RENT—A FURNISHED HOUSE AT
Oak Park; rent low; convenient 10 depot.
lIEBBK-'K A DUNLOP, 142 Dearborn—t.. Hdiuii’/i,
TO RENT—FLATS.
North Side.
rpo RENT-AND FURNITURE FOR
X sale. Immediately, a well-furnished Mat of six
rooms, bath-room, hot and cold water, all conven
iunces.on North Hide, tun minutes'walk from Madison
and Blule-st. Bunt, tff per month. Apply by letter to
■I. B. C.. Tribune ottlco.
TO ItEXT—JiOOMS.
South Side.
rpo RENT—RY A. DURBANK, »
X Tritumo Building, tho second or titlrd Moors of
an elegant house on Mlelilßun-av.. near Twentieth
sl.s no hmisukuoidiig; also a tine bant;
rpo RENT-TWO SINGLE FURNISHED
X rooms to two responsible gumtennm. Breakfast
with private family 11 duslreu. 184 Wiihash-nv.
rpo RENT-TWO PLEASANT FRONT
X room*. Lnngley-ar. hyThlrty-ulglitti-rt. and Cot
tngo Grovu-av. Address Kikk Tribune oilleo,
ALCOVE ROOM
X and a pleasant room, overlooking the lake; also
nu hisldu room! nil tileulv furnlsbed; In thuGHus
Bro. ,V Co.'s Building, 2»M Wnbitsh-flv.! to iinoxuoi)-
tlonaldu partlos only. Apply un prumlsos. Boom At.
rpo RENT-HANDSOMELV-FURNISH-
X cd rooms nt tho Hotel Kmury. t'.i llnbhnrd-couri.
rpo RENT—(YnYYnMCKLYI' , URNISHED
X room, with or without hoard; bath, hot and cold
water. '. F ll>t lodlanu-uv.
rpo RENT—‘.MI AND 2-W STATE-ST.,
JL I'rsl-eia** furnished rooms, single und cu suite.
lininlre at Uunm H.
Mouth Side.
rpo RENT-A NICELY FURNISHED
JL from alcove room for ono or two uontleincnj
uimj u single rooms pus. luth, etc. -I? North ?Mnte.
rpo RENT - FURNISHED SO UTH
JL frunlruoms. ill North ttmte-at.. orerdrug store,
cnlrnmu JCtf HlliioU-st. _____
rpo RENT— 3 FURNISHED FRONT
JL rooms, for lor 3 gentlemen. Apply at‘2jd North
Wells-st., up-stalrs.
rpo 11EST—THE* WHOLE OF THE
X third Hour of 4:tMVust Wnstilnptoa-st. Apply nt
Kooni 1.142 Dunrliurn-st, or ot tliu house.
rpo RENT—A FRONT ALCOVE ROOM,
X furnished nr unfnrnlsncrt. for punt nnd wife, or
TO JUiXT—S TOR ES f Ol'l<'WKs, X'c
STOUBB.
rpo RENT—A VERY i) E SIUAJiLK
X store mi Twenty-second-st., near tho avenues;
it pood siiuid for rutnll business. \V. M. UAKKU.
lluumlP. li> Heurborn-st. ■
rpo RENT—NO. 3M MADISON-ST., DIN
X iween Franklin nml Market. Ipuuiro of LA2»
AIIUS SIIiVKUMAN, 70 J.a Ballo-st.
rpo RENT-STORE !» AND 40 iIICUI-
X gan-su, will! steam.
OFFICER.
rpo RENT-A FART OF ROOM a TRIB-
X une Hulldlng for otllca nr business mirjvosesi Is
n mrpu room und has three elegant windows on Mad*
Isun-sU ■ ■
SIISCEZiXiAHEOUR.
rpO RENT—SECOND FIiOOR, 180 WA-
X basli-av.. adjoining I'almcr House. If. UOWUItK
WAXTED—TO MJSITT.
WANTKD— TO RENT-A FURNISHED
sullo of rooms near the Court-ilouao. Ad
dress F.>2, ‘lTlbunu olltee. .
WANTED—TO KENT—SUITE OF »
TT rooms for lltiiittaimsekccpliißt jcoud location;
runt low. Address F t>T, Tribune ofllco.
WANTED —TO RENT-BY PIIYSI
eInn two unfurnished, ttrst-Uoor front rooms.
KSVVrlliuno ottleo.
\KT ANTED—TO KENT—A FURNISHED
v V room ou lliu North Milo, with alcove preferred;
tlii a month or ninlor. K sa. Tribune udlco.
WANTED—TO KENT A YOUNG
it en!i|i(u, rut ehlhlrou, wish to runt three or fiiur
rooms, mu exceeding (lit, or a small cottage about it
or 7 mums. not ovurfcie. Address CTO. Tribune ofllco.
WANTED—TO KENT—BY A SINGLE
VV gentleman on tliu Huuth Hide aboutdfiuun
minutes' wnlk trout Post-Otlko. n nicely furnished
n»m> with tnrnnuu heat nt aboutlHJ to I'AI per mouth.
Address K tit, Trlbuno ollleu.
WANTED-TO RKNT-A TWO-STORY
VV houseorcottage truni 7to 9 rooms, mmlurii
Improvements; must bo locuted north of Van Huron,
south of Haiidulph. west of Green-sis,. east ot Ash*
laad-av. Call on or address U. A. b., lit and 110 Wn-
Lasli-nv.
\ITANTED-T0 KENT—IN THE SUB
YV urbs, within At) minutes* ride of city, a bouse
el * or hi rooms, including imlh-room; wood Incutton
and convenient to stunm-enrst rent must be reason*
Able. Address F *7, Tribune office.
WANTED —TO DENT A SMALL
house, a tint, or a suite of roumst it liberal
rent will be paid tur desirable place. Address U W,
Tribune oHlee.
WANTED-TO KENT-NICE KOOtf
VV fur two; near Aberdeen and Adams. F ra.
Tilbunu oillco.
WANTED-TO RENT-ALL THOSE
TV linvltift houses or stores to rontt send tn your
description, ua wc hnre customer* waiting, OAK*
NKU A HUTI.KIt. Hi l.n Hullu-st.
WANTED— TO KENT—BY GENTLE
limn und lady two furnlsliod or unfurnished
rooms. HouCti Side. F*f. Tribune utllco.
WANTED-TO RENT-NICELY-FUK
yV nlshod room for n lodyt bouth bidet twenty
minutes' walk from Atlnnia-sUi will pay rent In ad
vnnee. Address l,ock Hex 115.
WANTED-TO KENT-BV A YOUNG
TV titan, mom. with or without board, and Darn.
Terms must be reasonable. Address, slating price. U
88. Trlbunu ofllco.
AGENTS WANTED.
Agents wanted-for the com
inele l.tfe of UnrfUild, covering lliu closing tragic
events of his life, Thu book has throe lino steel en-
Krnvlnus—one of the late President, one of tils wife,
and olio of his moihor-bcaldo* a number of wood
cuts, embracing views of the catnfahiue and funeral
ear. This Is hy inr the best book ottered. Written by
his lnw*iirocetitor und life-long friend. Hun. A. G.
Hltldle. of Washington Lily. Unthls. fide. W. W.
WII.I.IAMb, 146 and I*7 Hi. Lmlr-su, Cleveland, O.
Agents wanted-energetig men
with or without oxjKirlonoo, for a desirable busi
ness, guaranteed to p»v f;M wuukly on munll c»|»lt»l.
Hunrt n mump lor papers. mid Investigate. or cull at 27
and'/•» North Clark*»u MKUUU.I, A CO.. Chicago.
Agents wanted-for the only
maturu and comidote "l.lfoof Uarnold," In*
ciualnghls (loath and burials ml pages, elegantly Il
lustrated. l.llwral lermi. Hend «) cunts fur prospect*
u». J. H. (KKJDMAN X CO.. 143 lA 8allO»»U, Clllcnno.
AGENTS WANTEU-TO SELL GAR*
-fi. hold’s favorite portrait, from a negative by
liiurstudt, artist, of New \ ork, of which Gen. Garde Id
ordered ovort’.UUO copies for personal use. Ills hut
order was for IW) Just before his assassination. Klio,
liis'H Inchest priced. Superior to the Unest steel plate.
The iHJiiple want a ilundard portrait. U.C. TUKAT,
I'M Clark ’Ml, .Chicago.
Agents wanted - “ from log-
Ctibln to While House Illustrated—Only Com*
plulu l.lfo of President Garffold Issued since bis elec*
tbmi nut a hastily written campaign book, like all
others offered to ilia public. JAMKB 11, EAUI.K,
Publisher. Ui ana C& \Va»lilniiton-su Chicane. Hi.
Agents wanted—immediately,
for tlio life of Gartleldt ablest authorships tin*
estillustrutluiisi lowest price. Containing the scenes
sod Incidents of his boyhood, struggles of his youth,
might of hi* early manhood, valor as a soldier, career
as a statesman, election to the Presidency, und thu
tnudu story of his desih. Fastest solltnjt bonki iuo
lame pattest Quint, luc. Address JUNEB UItUS. A
CO.. Cincinnati end Chicago.
Agent wan tei)-s 10,000, goo-state
Agent for Illinois to represent the Great Host*
ern Hunetlulal Hucleiy of North America. (Takes
members lor sickness and accident only.) Agent
must be experienced, reliable, and active. Address,
with reference, W. H. liEWKLd, beoretary, Head*
Hut. Pq.
JNSTItUCTION.
IT* L O C U T 1 ON—SAMUEL KAYZER,
lli teacher of elocution aud dramatic art. Fall term
begins tiept. &. Instruction private and to classes.
Uoom M Central Music-Hall.
XfK'W AND SUCCESSFUL METHOD OF
Xi obtaining correct forms In penmanship. Call at
« andtiJQ p. m. HO Uandolph-st., Itooni IX A. J.COLK.
WANTED - LADY TO GIVE TWO
YV yoiuiggentleiuou discing lessons. FOXTrlb*
buna office.
MVS WAC.
SITUATION WANTED-RV A NO. I
cornet Mayor, in orchestra sir baud. Address F
•v, I'rlbuue oiUcu.
EtXANCTAh.
A( (OIjDSMIl>rLOAN OKFWJE, W KA'sf
• Madlson-tu lllcenrcdi. K*tabll*hi>d is-Vi, Dia
mond broker and bullion dustier, S'a-li paid for old
gold and silver, diamond*, punris. etc., etc. Colorado
Branch. l,arlmor-*t . Dunrnr.
A NY AM()UN FROM SV) TO ?.VX)
XJk. loaned on fursiltaro. piaim*. ninchluurr. etc.,
without removal! rates ruavnmblo. Apply nt IdJ
\Va*hlngt*»n-*l.. Boom* I'.t and si.
A NY AMOUNTS TO LOAN ON FUKNI
XX turn, without rumovnl. piano*, and other re
curltl(.**.Jll> Denrborn-su, UooniMi and T.
Any amount 'i o loan on fukni
turo and piano* without removal, and all good
securities, at lowust rates. 10 Demborn-st.. Boom |J.
Any amount to llTan oTTPhunl
lure and pianos without removal. Iftl Bandolidi
*u. Hooiii 4. '
ANY AMOUNT TO LOAN ON FURNI
turo. with or wlUiout removal, on favorable
luririsi no m>mmlsslon* I _J;i( Duurb*>rn-vt.. Boom K
Advances’ on diamontVs, donus,
watches, etc., at Pjw rates. I». LACNFEB,
ms hand it lan Bmidolnb-su Estnbllsliud I>i^
4 NY AMOUNT OF MONIJY'to'LfLVN
on diamonds, watches, and jewelry at TOM N.
[NELLY Si CQ.*!i Plan oitice. lis Dunrteirn-st.
Highest prick pa"id for state
Pavings and Fidelity Bank book*, and *candl
uavian National Bank certliteales. ika HOLMES.
General Broker, Hi Washington—1.
Money to loan on improved
, real estate In sums of fl.dh and upwards at
*t ratess municipal bonds negotiated. LEW).**
A KNOTT, Booms ft and t; Borden Block. Vj Ban*
dolph—U
TV/IONKY TO LOAN ON FURNITUr'e
XTX pianos, etc., without removal, mid on collater
als. (JKOIttJF, PABItV. I.Vs auu Pi) West Monrou-sU
TV/fONEV TO LOAN ON FURNITURE.
XTX pianos, machinery, horses, earrlnges, etu.. and
all klmls of chattel security. Boom 41) Portland
Block, Hff l)enrln>rn-st.
Money to loan on Chicago
nml estate In sums of fl.UWto HU3.t4ju, HENUV
Money to loan at current
rales on rent estate, it. W. HYMAN. JK..X CO,
uurlM.rn-st.
•\fORTGAGK JXMXS MADE AND
XTX llrst mortgages hotighion Improved city prop
ertr and Illinois farms. VUSE A CO.,
Tribune llullmng.
Heal estate loans in sums of
fj.UOund upwards am per cunt net upon Im
proved city properly. LYMAN X JACKSON, fti Port
land Block.
rpo LOAN—SIIS,OI)O TO ?.7),o(yj CASH IN
J hand to loan In small or largo aruoimis on lm
iirtived Chicago proporty. GBIFFIN \ DWIGHT,
Heal r.stmu and I,obii Brokers, corner Washington
and HulMed-et*.
TI7K are prepared to negotiate
Tt loans on improved Chicago city property or
Illinois farms In sums to suit applicants at lowest
possible rates consistent with amount of loan,
character una value of security, J. P. WHITE ,v
Co.. Boom 4. IT Clnrk-sU
WANTED— ALL PEOPLE WHO WISH
to imrrow money on city run) citato at lowest
rates to Gallon us. UUKE.NFBALM SUNB, 72 Dour
burii-su
WANTED— A I it) AN OF S'-MKK) FOR a
years on tint-class real estate tn t'hlatk'n. U
I sir cum. commission. Address F‘24. Tribune office.
f\ i*klt CENT—MONEY ToT.OAN ON
U city real estutu. C. J. IlAMiil.lVi'ON.aiClark-sl.,
l(oomV2,
ft AND T FER CENT—MONEY TO LOAN
VJ on city real estate in Mims to suit. f'KTKUSON
A UAf. li.l Kast Kundolph-st.
non 'l*o LOAN IN.SUMS TO SUIT
•|JUiUW on Chicago or llnlo Fork property
cash In Inuid: can close immediately. C. VAN
SCiIAACK.tU Denrboni'M.
<UQ KOO IN HAND TO LOAN ON
•PUiuUv city Improve. l, or la a builder. I.U-
Tl IKU I. . KKKI.KIt. ni Duarborn-st.. Kooui 7.
<ui oTiOOT(Tloan oxiirFvlw:
tIUviWU ertys dpor cents no commission, K,
(iIIACI.. southeast corner Clark mid .laek*oi»-*t*.
jwsixicss ciiAycjcs.
IFOR S;UiK-STOCIv AND FIXTUirkS
2 of a ilrst-ulavs grocery store on youth Side, do
ing a pood wish business. Apply at:» Market-st.
IpOR SALE-AT A KAIWLU.V-FI7RM
} lure for ‘2S rooms, with lansei choice cuntrnl to*
cnilon, paving largely. ItKNUV W UIITJiK. Itoom S,
JUT South Clark-sU
For sale-stock, fixtures, and
three yuan*' lease of hut. cup, nnd punts' furnish*
lug store, one of tho best corner store.* on Stme-sl.t
wtlllnvuntorynhoutll.Mii. Owner Has other business.
Call or address 212 rttute-st.
rpo MANUFACTURERS AND DUSI-
X noss-meu.—Uock Falls. 111., located at tho junc
tion of tho C.. U. A <2.. C. X S. W., and 1U IU. 1. X -It.
1.. Hallways. Is the largest mauutueturlnu town of iu
ago tn the West, and oners unusual advantages to
manufacturers ot almost any commodity. It Ims a
lanto and enduring water-power, which, when fully
developed, will support n cliro(Mi.mW Inhabitants.
Its railway facilities ore fid. 1 In ovory respect.
Improved water-power for sale in large or small
quantities at lew injures nnd on ua»y terms. Also,
room ana power to rent for largo or small business,
tu new brick building, very tow.
Every possible encouragement It offered to manu
facturers and others to locate hum.
£2jd.uu worth of unimproved water-power and land
will be donated to parties Improving trio sumo.
Address A. I*. SMITH, Hock Full*. 111.
Keren to the management of the V., 11. A Q. ((. K.
Company, Chlengu. IU.
WANTED-WK DESIRE TO KSTAB
IIsh a uonoral nuoncy hi Chlcnao or vicinity to
control the sale of n staple article ot dally cuiisiimp
llon. Any enorEutlc man with small capital mny se
cure a permanent, imylna business. For particulars
address(irueiiwlch Mn fix. Co.. 4d Vesey-su, Now Yorlt.
WANTED— A PARTY WITH &00 TO
tnko n half Interest in a hbf pnyimr enterprise;
this is an Ininienseoppnrtutilty; write; Immediately
fur full uurltculnrs and Judge fur yourself. K (i' t
Trlbuno utllco.
MUSICAL INSTIt l/MENTS.
Engel, goold a sciiaff,
Plano Manufacturers. Kstnbllshod ISfiS.
Factory fit mut 5;l West haho-si.
Huy of the manufacturers.
This Iswlmt uvvry Inlelllaont merchant alms nt.
We utfor the sump facilities to every purehuser.
IMnnus unsurpassed m time, ilnlsh. nutl durability,
bold mi onsy numthly Installments.
Plano* rented.and rent allowed on purchase money.
Our references, every business house In tliu city,
buvuikiper cent, and call ut the wi.rcrnums,
WAUF.UOOMb. I*,'. WAHASII-AV.
fTUIE DEST PIANO IN THE WOULD
_L In tone and workmanship
Is the
PISCKKIt
Hltub.
DKCKKIt HltOb. I’IANO.
UKcKr.n mum. piano.
DKCKUII MHOS. PIANO.
DKCKKU llllOS. PIANO.
DRCKEU DUOS, PIANO.
DKCivKU IlltOS. PIANO.
A MAUNIFICKNT AbbUUTMKNT
ATTIiK VI'AHBIJOUMb OF
HTOUY A CAMP,
TTOSE & SONS’ PIANOS, ESTAU*
V Hslied IKil, sold on (10 Installment*. low prices;
plnno*toront^Aj)AA^-llAUP^fTjitV«^
TO EXCHANGE.
TO EXCHANGE—FOU A GOOD IM
proved farm In Illinois, era Rood business pnu>-
erty In n live town, n Huuth bide resldoticc. with two
lots, In a desirable location, a hotel property nighty
miles south of Chicago. lUd acres In haslurn Kansas,
bit)acres In Kaslorn Nebraska. Id) acres Improved In
lowa, and iMJacrosln Wisconsin—nil clear of tnciini
brnneo and very choice. I.UTUKIt C, KKKBKIt, M
Duurborn-st., ItooniT.
rpO EXCHANGE—MERCHANDISE FOU
J_ city or suburban properly, clear. (U.UUd. Address
F tti, Trlbuno oftlce.
To exchange-hardware store
on bouth Hide, wall located, now doing (tend
trades stock will invoice about W.uOU; will tnko half tn
good city real estate. ANUUKttbA UUIIIIANa, No,
HO Wnshlnatoti-st.
TO EXCHANGE SEVERAL CJOOl)
farms In Illinois, Indiana, ami Wisconsin fur city
property. Call am) »e« what wo have 10 otlnr.
GlllFFlN A DWIGHT.
corner Washington and Halsted-wts.
LOST AXD t'OLTXI).
Lost— masonic Maltese cross,
with owner'll iiiinii) ongruvod on sumo. Finder
win receive a liberal reward by returning to J. 1).
MUHPHV. au Houth Wnter-st.
Lost-on Monday, a rank-rook
on Dio Illinois Trust A havings Hunk. Finder
win pluaio return to bunk orTrlbunu office.
T OST-AT I'IIESS CLUR ENTERTAIN*
AJ mont. Central Mu»lu*llali, Tuesday evening,
Oct. 11, a fall overcoat, tanker It. J. Walshu. Finder
please call at Homo 11, 1.17 Washington-st,. und ex
change for the one lelt. W. W. HOVNTON.
UJ9A REWARD WILL RE RAID FOR
*Pmd\J infornmilon as to the whereabouts uf Caro
line Kamku, l& years of age. who left her homo bopl.
‘JUI has blonde hair, blue eyes, mid win drowsed In
light-colored calico, brown plaid overskirt, and
brown straw hat. FIL KAMKh.&iT North Wells-sU_
d|KA REWARD—AND NO QUESTIONS
sptfV/ asked, for the return of pookulbook and op
era glosses taken front the feather counter In Fur*
drlugo’s Monday morning. Address KUi. Tribune-
ncnsoNAL,
PERSONAL— CORRESPONDENCE So
licited. A young bachelor engaged In a good
proflublo business, but living In an os yet sparsely
settled portion of country, feels lonely and matri
monially Inclined, and solicits correspondence.
Money no object. To amid publicity ho elves at
present the following address. N. U. tiC'IUM.KII,
Cheyenne. W. T.
PERSONAIr- SIOO WILL RE GIVEN
lor any Information that will lead to the recov
ery of Fanny Keller, who left home Hoot, lA I'M.
Descriptions bbulsil years of awe. light tiulr. blue
eyes, and of propossossluu appearance, boo had on u
blue dross, dark straw hat, brown circular, und heavy
lace shoes. Thu shove rewsrd will be given by her
father. UKNUV KKDLKY, ti North lUlsled-sU. Chi-
_
van SACK,
ttior sale-a comVle file of the
J? Chlcsgu Hally and Sunday Trlbuno for the years
IS) and Im\ to dates a good chance to gut a record of
the stirring events of the last twenty-one m jnths. Ad
dressKlH. t'rlbuou office. _
__ SKWtNUJIAVnit/KS.
C~ -ibol) SECOXIi-IMSi) SBiviNU-MA-
T chinos of all slugs. U to lid each and warranted,
ilubolxUig a .specialty, at THOMPSON'S. HAI Wabash.
wa .vtjcd—ma jjjs imLj’.
Bookkeepers. Clerks. dto.
WANTKD-TWO DETAIL OLOTIHNO
salesmen. (i'-rnmn and Swede; Bond wages
nnd_s|enrly work to iroud men. K in. Tribune office.
WA N TKI J^ioy7~AnoUT'KTrF'fx)
Hunt work In urocory. unil tnkn care horse and
wnuon: mint t>o honest mid faithful. Address Ktt,
Tribune otliee.
WANTED— A LOW OEIIMAN AND
, french dry-uoods clerk. X 46 Arclior-sr., cor*
nor i aunty-se-oml-si.
\Vantkd-an"okkicl':-iiov is on to
Tt years old; mii»ilH«nn Americans aood chance
Hi work tin. Address f.«, Trltnitio ottbo.
WANTED-A CITY SALESMAN KOU
TT Indies' nnd boois* fiirnishlmr poods nnd no
llooas imim Know tin) trade. Apply at once at tff
WashlnptoiwL, llooin 17.
WAN TED-A BOY Oil MAN TO TEND
n r.oul office. Mom have b««l references.
between i nod a at 2 .North We/ls-at.
WANTED— AN A NO. t OIIOCEUY
clerk at T. ITHIfjl, '.W Weal .Madlson-st.
WANTKD-MAN OF I.ONO KXPE-
Hence to uikq charge of our toy departments
Boon salary to n eompeient limn, nnd none oilier need
apply mis uiornlriß to »KA A co„ IT.* mid Ul Flate-st.
AXTOD-UMmIINO HAI.E.S.MKN.
Herman und Swede. Only tlrst-class mnn need
apply. .liMI.N UHU.HSi:, Mllwnukuii-nv. mid Division.
WANTED— A YOUNO MAN WHO HAS
bad one yoar'a o* periotic* In thmlruit bunt tier*!
imi-t rpcuk IlnulWli und Swcdlrh. Call at all Ihvib*
lon-iil., corner
WANTED— A BOV ABOUT Hi VEAIIS
of twi! to work In mon'* furiildilinr more; ono
n.-oiiilmt with liin pnreiii* who can romo well recoiu*
mended. J. K. it. M OTT A CO.. IN .MadUutl*»t.
WANTED-A imiOIIT LAD ABOUT
l» yemr* oi naw in collect, carry parcels,
Bwt-ttp out s.iire. and make hlnirelt konernlly usuful.
lle«t of rufeiuneu.t reuulred. Must reside with his
parenis, Aduress. In own handwriting K «J. Tribune,
WANTED - BOY IN ’WHOLESALE
ilryitoods sb»re: must be aMilt 11 years old and
lire with parents. Address P.V), Trlbunu olllco.
WANTED— A BOUKKEET-EIL NONE
but those hnvlmt experience itndwhocan fur*
nish llrsi-etnss ruferem-e need apply. To such a per
son Mils Is a permanent situation, kali at furniture
store. ,w und w Wen .Madison-st.
TRADES,
WANTED - GOOD I’ANTSMAKEItS.
Lakeside Building, southwest corner Clark
mid Adnms-sts.
\\T ANTED—A FIRST-CLASS HLACK^
Tt smith «l 2W Mlchleiih-st.s none others need
ot'l'ly- _I*. I* tVAUytVimi'll.
WANTED— A GOOD WATCHMAKER
at KKI.I.V lII.ATTKIfy. 2nniAreliur-av.
W'ANTi:i>-fwo"(Jnoi) trunkmak
ei n nt'm Weet.Mndlson-st., Until; I louse.
WANTED BOOKBINDER A MAN
who understinds forwarding und finishing
hhime hook*. A good workman cun have steady work.
Leave address with K. I*. OONNKI.L, Monroe-sU
WA\TKJ)-AT ONCE, TWO HOOD
ft tinners; htuhest wages mid steady Jobs also
siove-binckers. K.I). M UllltA WtMiCottnuuf/ruvu-av.
m.STTj,ASS COAT
makers to uo ton large town in the country,
inquire tu CMII.V, tVA.MI'OI.Ir a CO.’S. HUI-.'lli Mon
foO-st.
WANTED-TINNER. GOOD WAGES
imd prompt pay, c. MKT/,, UK Twenty-second.
•VIT'ANTED—IO OR 12 MOLDERS IM-
T I mediately. Must be tlrsl-cla<» mid temperate-
Also a number of vise-men no«sc»lne sntnuuunlltles.
( all on 11. <i. CIIAMIIKUIi.MN. care Bstorly’s
’twine-Hinder. KtimjsUloii Building.
Coachmek. Teamsters. «o.
WANTED— DUI VERS FOR DKLIV
erv wagons: must dc|xisll f.Vieitch. mid giva
good reference. Address F 51, Tribune olllce.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES.
•\VANTED-1.000 railroad labor-
TT era: wages 11.75nndfj per day; free fares ‘AO
wood und tie choppers: 5U sawmill hands: SU() for the
youth: cheap tickets to the work. CiIItIMTtAN i
CM., aw South Water-s Lund V 7 Hnulb Vnnal-sL
WANTED— LABORERS FOR U. * N.
W. It. It. Co. In luwn and Mlnnesotn: }|.7sto
Kpordar; mi Inr Iron mines in Michigan: troo fare:
Uii fort olomdos cheap tare: also cheap tickets to nil
points South. .1. H. SI’KItIIKCK. 21 West Itandohdi.
MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED— SIX GOOD SALESMEN TO
canvass new article In eUv: bo (>or cent guar
aniecd. Address, by letter. F 15. Tribune ottleo.
WA NTE D- LIBERAL ARRANGE
meets made with stood canvassers for life
insurance by W. It. tv KM.S. Itoom 4 liuwlnnd Block,
corner Dourbuni mid Monroe-sts.
WANTED-AN AiIIUTIOUS AND EN
lorprlshnt rmnnr man between 2.7 and .v>yenM
or use to reside In Chlcnuo and travel In Illinois,
lowu. Minnesota- mid tVlncuioln. He must under
stand laces, embroideries, und handkerchiefs; one
who has traveled or Is with a Jobhlus or Urst-class
retail house preferred, and one anxious to maku llfo
n success. Any one llllmir the nl>ove conditions can
address Mco and llamlkorchlef Importers. I’.-O. Box
nil. New t ork City, and others need nut waste their
time. ' • ■—
TITANTED ONE OK TWO MORE
1 V tlm-class canvassers to Hell tlio Keystone
“ Fowler" soring bod on weekly pnvmonls, CaJJ or
address LV South Im Hnllc-st., basement.
\\T ANTED-AN EXPERT CIVIL AND
V ¥ mechanical emtlneur; one specially well In*
funned In thermodynamics and having had export*
onvonan vuiiMrucilont.it] day or night employment
glvi*no*d« a f)ml. Address, stating qualifications. Or.
tVKI.UMiTU.N ADAMS. HUi Mlchlgan-gv.
WASTED-TWO OH THREE EXPE
i ¥ rlornod solicitors for unoccupied territory.
Wllhcr Mercantile Agency, MU Ilourborn-st.
WANTED- TWO HEIGHT ERRAND
boys. Itoom k. UH Htnto-st.
WANTED SALESMAN IN TUB
¥ ¥ wholesale bool uud shoo business, n smart, on*
erueiln man to soil oncommlsMon In the country, aim
one who tins a irood trade; none others need apply.
Address k Tribune ottlce.
WANTED— A HUY TO WORK ROUND
thu house; wages, ft a week, law Suto-st., In
'VXT’ANTED—A BARTENDER AT THE
¥ Y southeast corner nark and Jackson.
mLXTi:i)—FEMALE HELP,
DOSCEStICH.
PIANO.
TIT ANTED—A FIRST-CLASS DINING
¥V room servant for private family. Apply be
tween in and If Tuesday mid Wednesday mornings at
aa Mlchl/an-av. best of rofercncos required.
\ITANTED—AT 12011 MICHIGAN-AV.,
¥¥ an experienced girl for second work. Gorman
or Hwcde preferred.
\ITANTED—GOOD GIRL TO DO GEN
¥V oral housuwork at lts:i Fulton-st.
WANTED-GIHIb to do general
¥ ¥ housework In a private lauilly, ibl llayton-st.
WANTED— (URL TO DO GENERAL
housework In a family; ft a week, lik) East
Jackson-sb. three doors oast of Clark.
WANTED— A GIRL TO TAKE CARR
of furnished rooms at thu Jackson House; ft a
week. Southeast corner Clark and Jnckson, up-stalra.
WANTED— TWO COMPETENT GIRLS,
cook and second ulrl. friends, willing to go
miles from thu vlty. Apply aISUS Fulton-st, Wodnos
day from i to t p. oi.
Wanted-a goodoirlto do gen
oral housework for ii persons; must do plain
cooking; wages |d per week. Apply at (MU Wosl Ad
ams-si,
WANTKD-A GIRL FOR GENERAL
¥V housework; small family; wages. W. UO North
Clark-su ttrsl Hut.
XITANTED-FIRST-CLASS CIIAMRER
VV mold und waitress. Onownocan cniuo well
recommended may apply at‘.MU Indhuia-nv.
■\irANTISD-A STRONG, UAPAULE
YV girl for general housework In n small family In
Illuhlumi I’nrk; muit bo a good cook, washer, mid
Inmvr. Cull *Un references at IA7 lot tiallu-su, oOlcn
of the Anderson Pressed llrlck Co., between 2 and 4
u. m. Wednesday. Oct. I’.*.
WANTED—A GIRL TO DO GENERAL
Y V housework In n small private fondly ul 10I'eck
court. tionth Side.
WANTED-A GOOD GERMAN GIRL
V V for washing. irominr, und guuoml housework In
family of four, wnuro second girl Is kept. I’enrie.
WANTED— A GOOD GIRL FORGE?*'
uml housework In a small fondly al till Twenty*
elghth-st., nour MUdtitfaU’OT.
WANTED-A (URL THAT UNDER
> V stands cooking and Is a Rood luundrusst none
other need apply. 4fl Warren-av,
AirA.N’l'KD-CUlim COMI’ETKNT <lllll,
y> at cook and laundress In family consisting of
gentleman, wife, and child; wining to pay Rood
wbrus. Want references. t'nllat-tCiU l-orest-av.
WANTHD-A Kllisr-UI.ASS COOK IN
YV private family. UR) la» tiallw-av.
NUBBB3.
WANTED-A NURSE CURL TO TAKE
YV care of a babe I year old. I'loato apply at 4*l
West Wasbliigton-sl.
WANTED-A COMPETENT (URL EX*.
YY perlencod with children as nurse and do llßlit
second work. Call at &a West Munroe-su Wedues
day and Thursday mornings.
WANTED— WOMAN FROM SO TO 'M
yours old. tu take cure of three children, 11. 7,
end a. ism Wahnsh-ev.
SATPLOVBiCEHT AGENCIES.
WANTED GOOD SCANDINAVIAN
YV and (turman glrla for private families and
boarding-houses. K. DUtiKK.olucu lei Mllwaukee-av.
WANTED-QOOU GIRLS FOR HOUSE
VV work. Apply to us tor situations and good
homes with thu bust families. International Kmpluy
nieiit ilufcau. JUI Wabash-av.. corner llarruou-st.
MjSCBIXANBOUS-
WANTED-liV a gentleman an
VV iutuilluunt und bright young lady foruttleo
workt some knowledge of bookkeeping. Address b*
Kt, Tribune otlico.
W" XnTED-A WOMAN TO ADDRESS
circulars; salary, 11 per week. Address, lit own
handwriting, V 00, T'rlhuuo ulUeu.
BooRKSBPBnn. OLBnKS. Sea, a
• CITIIATION WANTED-BY A BOSTON
r*
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG
KJ man who has oxneilonco In Urn wholesale «ro-
ompo ,,n ° f rurore,u -‘ 0 " K**on. Address **
(SITUATION WANTED -AS SALES
tJ »'«n. hookeeper. or traveler In whole«alo Brucery
!! ,^ t n , . ,, ?. year!,, i ,:T,lnr, ® nco Bnd best of ref
erences. I 1 SI, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-AS ENTUY
derknr office work. City nnd ttastorn refer
ences. Artdfoss I- -Id. Trllnmo office.
CITT/ATION WANTED -AS BOOK*
yj keepers have hail practical experience, and can
klto thojMMt Address K tit. Tribune.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A FAITH*
yj fill, coininuont mao, not afraid of work. In a
7:i - .Vi? ,? r .r r ?. tJ,M grocery store m salesman. Ad
dress I) B 41. Tribune office.
TRADES.
OITUATION WANTED—BY A (100 D
kj carpenter and Joiner. with some manufncnirlno
company or wholesale hhuso; steady und temperate:
notafmld of work. Address .IV <>, ww state-st.
COAOTItffBN. TRAMSTERS, dCO.
CHTUATiON WANTED—AS COACH-
O mam imdemtnnds tho earn nfiine horset nnd
cnrriflßor. and wltllnk to make himself Bonomlly uso
ful. Hood city reference. K in. Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A FUVsT*
Ocjaw coachman. Imahocn lire year* In laat plnce.
llemof cltr ruloronco. Addrcua for two dayaPtO,
Tribune offlco. 1
SITUATION WANTED-BY A TIIOU*
tj ouulily comimtonl conchmatii Kokllsh. Four
year* city rnfereucoe from past employer*. P fj,
Trlbiino oUlce. * * '
SITUATION WANTHD-BV A COACH
man. Rest of refnronccs. Address FTH, Tribune.
CITUATION WANTED -AS COACH
kj mnn to do all kinds of work. Iloferoncos from
last plane. Addrca K To. Trlbiino office.
IrtISCELLANEOUS.
CITUATION WANTED-BY AN EX
t_) porlonccd tramline man to represent a mann
fncturlnu or commission house. Address P3I. Trlb<
tree office.
tjirUATION WANTED-BY A NOU
kj, wmilan clsll enulnoer Jiiatnrrlscd In this country i
he Is n urndunto or tho Itoynl Technical Academy In
•Norway, ami has traveled considerably In Germany
and Ausli-lai rpetiks German ond some fcnkllsh. Aa
dress KJVlTltmne ofllro.
Situations wanted-by 2 young
men in co to New Mexico. Address M K. 129
youth .lotferson-st.
GjrnIATIO.V WANTED—AGKNCY OP
O any line on commission, by n traveling salesman,
for Southwestern territory. Address F in. Tribune.
HITVA TIOXS—FEMALE.
Domestics.
SITUATION WANTED-AS FTRST
k/ ela«s cook and lanndrosi. Call for 3 days at, 345
Twentieth**;.
SITUATION WANTED-BY RESPECT-
O ntiln young girl to do ■ncond work and sawing.
Four years’ reference from Inst place. FBS. Tribune.
SITUATION WANTED-TO DO 110 US-
E work. Apply at 3731 Wentworth-av.. near Thlrly
ekhth-st. '
em/AT/ON WANTED—AS COOK AND
kJ laundress by a competent udrl. Itoforence If ro
qulreil. Address F 4<k Tribune office.
(SITUATION WANTED—BY A SWED
kD Ish girl to do general housework In small family
on North Hide. Call for two days at pa Townsead-su
SITUATIONS WANTED—BY 3 GIRLS
k? to work together, one us cook or laundress
the other us second ulrl. North or South Side pre
ferred. fail nt ‘2i~ South Kranklla-st.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A RELIA-
O bio Rtrl ns conk and laundress In first-class fam
ily. Uty references. Call nt 2351 Mlcblgan-av.
SITUATIONS WANTED-BY 3 CANA
dianKirla; one os cook the other as second Kiris
are thoroughly capable. 1 lo‘J Mlchhran-av.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A GOOD
cook, washer, and Ironer. Inquire for two days
sit ~A>s Mouth I’arlt-ar. Reference if required.
SITUATION WANTED -FOR GEN
ernl housework In a small private family. Good
references. tall two days at 17.0 bbuc-st.
Situations wanted —by two
Swedish sillers to cook und do laundry and sec
ond work or general housework, separate. Refer
ences. ;iU3l.ullage tlrovo-nv.
SITUATION. WANTED-TO DO SEC-
O oml work Inn private family: South bide pro
ferred. Call oroddress 4J Itublu-st.
SITUATION* WANTED-BY A NOR
weglun ulrl: Is a uood conks private family pre
ferred. Address 55 Wost, Indluim-sU Inquire fop
MHH. NKI.HI.N.
SITUATION WANTED-BY GOOD
cook and tlrst-clnss iunmtrcss in private lamlly.
enu be seen atSUTwenty-aecond-st
NURSES.
SITUATION WANTED-BY AN Ex
perienced. reliable person as baby nurse in an
American family. Best of references. Address KW,
’frlbime ofllcu.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A COM
potent mirao to take cUaruo of un Infant. Tho
boat of references. No cards. No.lllKastlnqiana-st.
HOUSBRBBPSIUh
SITUATION WANTED-AS lIOUSE
yj beeper. The best of references will bo given.
Address FKt, Tribune ofllce,
EMPLOTMEMT AGENCIES.
Situations wanted - families
in need of gov,l HrnmtlnarJan or Herman iomnlo
neip apply to B. HUSK K. »nive UO Mllwnukoo-av.
[IOCELLANEODB.
CITUATJOX WANTED-A GERMAN
Indy Books reengagement as governess In un
American or Spanish family. Acquirements thor*
oucli ttermnn, I‘artslan French. KiiKllsh, Italian,
music. beginning of Latin, drawing. and needlework.
Highest references. Address 8 N, To»l-OtUco Box
ISU. Now Vork. i
SITUATION WANTEU-BY A LADY
of experience, ns bookkuopur or copyist, tuoc*
copy all or part of her time. Address KIW. Tribune.
EMPLOYMENT JtUJtEA IT,
TNTERNATIONAL employment bu-
JL reau—Wo are prepared to furnish commercial
houses uud Institutions with competent assistants of
olthursoxfor every grade of employment, having
opened a chain of oltlees tbrnugnuut the United
Hones mid Canada. Wo uro runbduni wo can till all
onlurs lallsfactorlly. Employers and employes will
find It greatly to their advantage to call upon us or
send In their orders, which wtll receive careful and
prompt attention, (tend stamps for circulars. giving
rule*, Instructions, ulc. International Employment
bureau. iHII Wabash-av.
HOARDING AND DODGING,
SOUTH SIDS.
1 ft ELDRIDGE COURT—PARLOUS AND
-lAJ bedrooms, mid family-rooms, with board.
1 OAI MICHIGAN-AV. BOULEVARD
IOUI to rent two largo rooms furnished or un
furnished. good (larboard near. Heferonces
exchanged.
1 J.Oft WABASH-AV.-SECOND-STORY
from, also other nicely furnished rooms,
Brst-olass tablu.
170 ft INDIAN A-A V.—AN ELEGANT-
X I »JvJ ly.furnished front parlor and ebamber to
rout to gentlumun. Can take a few day boarders.
0007 WABASH-AV.—A FURNISHED
I front alcove, sucondtloor, uad other rooms,
with board.
0111 INDIANA-AV.—DOUBLE PAR
-Jill lorforßuntlowanund wlfoortwoor throo
gentlemen, with board.
TTERY COMFORTABLE AND DESIR*
V able accoitimodntlmist excellent table; two or
three double rooms, tin Mlchhtun-uv., between'lblr
tuunlli and Fourteenth-sis. C I. Tribune utDcu.
NonTJI STUB.
rr NORTH CLARK-ST.-UOARD. WITH
i room. f:i.U) to fiJ per week, with use of ulanot fur
ntshml room*. Il.ad jo f 4 tier week.
•jKi NORTH STATE-ST.-GOOD ROOM
lua und hoard, 11.00 tu W per week. with mo of
hath mid piano.
-mo DEARHORN-AV.-A NICE FUU
iwu nuiiud,front parlor und other ruoma, wliti
Rood board.
070'LA SALLE-AV—AN ELEGANTLY
wfj furnlsiiud. front alcove room,with tint-class
beard for one or two gent*.
GoTBWJ.
ANDERSON'S EUROPEAN HOTEL.
Itnoms from 750. lUt and IrtS Booth Clork-st.
TJENTON HOUSE-NEW MARIILE
JA building adjoining (Jrand I’acltto, opposite
Custom-House. vraund ZWClark-st. Pleasant rooms
and tint-class meals, Ihttlperday. ÜBNTUN MAU/.f
proprietor.
QT. JAMES HOTEL, Utt TO m FIFTH-
O av.-Wperdav. Convenient to KxposlUon. thou*
ires. public buildings. and all street-cur lines.
-linNDSOR EUROPEAN HOTEL. TRIU
YV udu Block—ls the laruest and host European
hotel In the city, having U 8 moms, ranking from .jo
tu N per day. according to location. Thomson ■ res
taurant underneath. HAMUKIdIHUUtiI'ttN. Prop.
JiOAltl > WANTED.
*l5OA|Td— A Nl> FIRST-GLASS FRONT
Jj rooms private family preferred. Address b‘ W,
Tribune oltlcu.
BOARD-FOR a I.AUIES, ON NORTH
tlluui nice location( ulcovu room or equivalent,
southur oast exposure, Address f 14, Tribune oflluo.
t3oari)”and one or two good
JU> rooms by a gentleman and wlfot no children,
South tilde ur Knglewuod preferred. Address wltU
lowest terms b'4T, Tribune office.
ijoard-anu room uy a law stu-
J Jdenl 111 a tlnt-closa private family. I'rlco must be
russunublw. titale terms and particulars. Address
K 4j, Tribune ufllce.
VJbAIU VOX ANTS,
recommend mTujTfranKsr^it
West Mudtson-st.. best adviser on love, marriage
family, or business troubles. Fees. 50 cents tu lb
A NATURAL OIJURVOYANT AND
charm worsur. MUK. I.UOAti. ifl Koulh Wcsl
cru-av. fee, W cents and 11. Take Itaudulpb-sU cat*.
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