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WANTED—MALE JIEI. Clerks. *c. YITANTED—YOUNG MAN ABOUT IS V V years old In wholesale dry-goods office. Must Jlvc trlui parents. Address E Til. Tribmfc office. YITANTED-2 office men. must be VV good writers and thorough accountants. Ad dress, staling age, salary, and reiercnee. Eol,Tribune. WAXTED-ONE OF THE LEADING New Vork lea houses desires one or more thor oughly tlrst-class salesmen. Address stating ante cedents In lull, references, amount ot lr«de Slt oojo jimua. and expectations of remuneration, UoxJUl, .New Vert i*usi-uffice. • WANTED— A BOY LIVING WITHHIS parents, about Id year*, old. to make himself useful In a clothing store. 3*o btatc-sL YTrANTED —A COMPETENT BOOK- W keeper to work on books Just being opened; ser vices required only tor several hours daily alter sup per: young man preferred. Address !• fab, tribune. Wanted— 2 good counter men, to serve in a grocery store: must sj»euk Gemma and English. Apply to W. F. 10N.216 .Noitn-av. TIITANTED-A YOUNG MAN IN A 1115- V V tail ciotbing store, aboui la or is years old; one that has had a-little experience in that line preferred. Good referimees required. and 4« West Madison. WANTED— AN OFFICE BOY AVI 10 writes - good hand and willing to work hard for small pay. Address fcTlSl*. Tribune office. Wanted-for a good Wisconsin town—A comiHjtent, sober, and industrious Pharmacist who can write and speak German and Eu gtibli. Kor address of advertiser call on MOltltlbstl.N. rj.t'.MMEU & CO., Wholesale Druggists. a 2 and at Jaike-su - ■' W' ANTED -:J WHOLESALE ROOT and shoe salesmen. None need apply unless they have a good tiade. G. W. WKURR Jc CU„ J-* and 122 Market-si- '■ __ WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS STEN ogmpher who is a rapid penman, or typewriter operator: liberal salary to right man. Address t .J, Tribune office. _ . Y 1 TAN TED—A N INTELLIGENT, HON- Y V est buv, K or X 7 yeai-s old. in a retail cigar busi ness. umy those living with parent* and having good references need apply at No. Ui Kast Madison-st. YXrAXTEU-A FIRST-CLASS ‘SHOUT tV hand writer. Address .lAMKb KlXlb, s«j Kin xh*-st.,Miy. stating age and experience. ■ •WANTED-a"young man having VV a knowledge of bookueeping and correspon dence; one acquainted with Jumiier basilicas pre ferred. Address fW. Tnbane oihce. WANTED— A YOUNG MAN AS DIED clerk ia a wholesale grocery: must ue n umd writer, quick and accurate; one familiar with the business preferred. Address, wild reierences, expe rience, and salary cxtwcunf. K £s Tribune otnee. WANTED— BOOKKEEPER IN CHAIN commission house; one mat could furnish bonds, state salary exjKfcted. Address K so. ‘1 rmune. W' AXTEUr-lfil.L CLEKK. QL'iciC, AC curate, und n ith general knowledge of book keeping; also, timekeeper: one wao can make him self generally useful in' odice preferred. Address FiM. Tribune office. . WAN TED--.IAN. I—A DRUG CLEKK; must speak German, und be responsible. Ap ply at Centre-av.. corner fc'ourteunth-M. ANTED-SMARTOFFICE-BOY'. AP ply at llooms a and «, ?*f Washmgton-st. ANTED—A YOUNG MAN TO WORK in more: one win* has wonted at clock repair ion preferred. WM. CDi.UHUI’ CLUeli. UO.. ol and .4 Kast Mndis*>n-st. ■' WANTED-A YOUNG MAN AS As sistant uookkeeper, invoice cle.k, and collect or. Must write ** ell and have first-class reierences. <mie salary wanteil. G :*4. Tribune uiniM*. WANTED-GROCEUY CLERK AT 421 Miiwaukec-av. Tl/"ANTED—A YOUNG MAN FOR GEN VY era office work: must be quick and correct at figure* ana come well recommended. Apply utter id o'clock Sunday at M. Washington. "Vf/* ANTED—A GOOD STRONG ROY, T T quick and reliable. Salary, 44 to 4d )>er week. Address li 2U, Tribune othce. , WANTED-ASSISTANT BILL-CLERK. capable ana thoroughly familiar wun mis work, in waulesole drag-store. Address ! I til. Trib une office. TANTED—-VN AC'JTVE YOUNG .MAN Tv foruihcework principally. Must be stricUr leuijierate, uccunuc in henres. mid come well recom mended, us oiiuutfon would be peimaucnt. Acdreas in t*wn li'andwritim:. staring age, wa».ea wanted, and references, 11 (K, Tribune onice. : WANTED— AN EXPERT TYPK-WRIT or operator. Uoom 47, Hf 7 Dearborn-su W~ ANTED-AN OFFICE BOY ABOUT 12 to 1* years old; must live at home and be well recommended; wages s2.jj a week; can earn a little more if handwriting is good. 11 rtf, Trioune. TI7ANTED—A SALESMAN. A PER- T i manent situation. Address 11 uT.Triqune office. WANTED - DOUBLE-ENTRY' BOOK keeper in office uf umber contractors; ex perience In the bn.-iness desirable but not 'essential; state age. whether single or married, salary expcctea. ana references, which must be first-class as to hon es tv. sobriety, and ability. Address ifor 4U. i*ost ufficc. fchhngnam, ill. Wr ANTED—A FtISST-CLASS SAXES it man In a wholesale grocery nouse; one who ha? had experience and can command a good city trade. Address 1123, Tribune office. WANTED-A COMPETENT STENOG raphor for correspondence and general office work. Address in own hand-writing. giving references and stating salary required. 112. Tribune ußlce. TITANTED—.LAN. L IN THE BRANCH f V . office of the Steel Works, a young man with best references. Address 1127. Tribune office. WANTED— A RELIABLE AND EXPE rleneed drug clerk. Apply at TIIoMAS BRAUN'S, 351 Souto Clark-st- WANTED —IN’ AN INSURANCE OF dec, a bright American hoy: one residing with bis jiarcnis preferred. Oit g. Tribune office. WANTED— Y0UNG MAN TO WORK in tin-shop and attend to shipping: must write good band and willing to work. Address 1.05, Trib une office. WANTED-A RAPID. PLAIN PEN mnn to direct circulars. Apply today, with sample of handwriting, at LAI*P X FLEUbIIEIM’S, 111 Maie-st, I’EADSa. WANTED— JAN, L ISS2, AN EXPERl cueed shirt-cutter, who thoroughly understands the cutting and manufacturing of custom and s:uck shirts and underwear of different grades, from huest io lowest; preterone of large factory experience in the Fast. Applicants mustg ve own name. age. ex i>eriencc. salary expected. mid full particulars, or no tepiy tuny be expected. Ail correspondence strictly eoimdetitial. Position permanent. Address i. tiU, Tribune office. WANTED —SIX FIRST-CLASS 3lA ehiubts by Marsh Harvester Company, Syca more. 111. WANTED— A FIRST-CLASS BUSIIEL man. Apply utllAUßi* UAIIT X BUO.’ti, lUS, 11C. and iAi South Clark-su WANTED-A THOROUGHLY PRAC- T ? tieal butcher: must come well recommended from previous employer in the city. G.A.STAN LK V A CO.. 1» North Clark-st. WANTED-A GOOD TINNER AT 757 : WcstMadison-su WANTED-A PROOF-READER AND TT book compositors. 4;t> Lmcoln-av. WANTED-CIGAR 3IAKEKS CAN find steady employment ut the following prices: Clear seed. £7; seed und Havana, rid to (12 per mule. EU ASCIiISHMAN.S A C«>.. Milwaukee. Wis. WANTED— GORDON PRESS DOYS AT the iAlgal Nows office. WANTED —EXPERIENCED ADAMS* press-feeder. Steady employment at the Chica go Ecgal News office. WANTED-A RELIABLE MAN OF experience as cutter in a tlrai-class cloak manufactory: must be able to draught and grade patterns. Address at once. FCS. Tribune office. WANTED— 0001) CARPENTERS AT Twenty-ninth-st. and Prairle-av. \ WANTED - A FIRST-CLASS CAR riago-srahh at once. Address MUKKINS. INGAU.LS X HUNT. .Na&livilltf. Tcim. WANTED -PICTURE-FRAME JOIN cr at TIiUUBKK’S, 31U Wabash-uv. WANTED— UPHOLSTERY TOPE-MAN from Jan. 1: one competent to take charge of fifty men. liOLTOX A HILUKKiIL - PATTERN MAKER AT T T Mclntosh’s iiauem sho;s a7South Jcgerson->u ~\\T ANTED—TWO PAINTERS AT 2UU Tf Archcr-av.. up-stalrs. WANTED - CYLINDER PRESSMAN and cylinder press feeders. J. J. SPALULNG A fU., las Clark-at. WANTED-A MAN TO WORK ON door sucker. Apply to C. J. L.'Meyer, north pier, foot of Mieliltfan-st. WANTED-A GORDON-PUESS FEED crai7.*UandolpU-su. third-Uour. WANTED-A GOOD ELECTROTYPE , .«•««>; »na bnilder. Apply :o MAKUt'K. uisa «k co.. lAi and Itl Monroe-su V\7 ANTED—TWO CARPENTERS TO ,-V . 'V’ rtun icc-huuse. Apply lo A. r. I’ll‘Elt * c< >. at shops corner Asbland-av. and lAiyec-»t- W ANTED .IEWELEU A FIRST * • class polisher who understands the use of a lap and can polish fine Jewelry. Wo can clveaaood Steady place. Apply to MIL.IIENING &. KUIiN.So WANTED-A PRACTICAL PRINTER with »ijtl as partner In an established, paying p: inung <>mcc. Address G 11. Tribune office. » WAXTED-SLATE-1100 EE 1 IS AT THE _» f 1 unman car-shops. K.I.QUKIL Ruttmaa. 111. Wanted watchmakers we have three anpilcatlons tor watchmakers to so to it towns. UO-F..V KUAN'S a WKBr.lt. laU Slate. WANTED SHOE3LVKERS—TWO 4- handed teams on ladies* nno shoes: also two men on Goodyear work. Apply Monday moraine to J. B. DKSNuI’KitS. Sherman llou>e. ■\\rANTED—GALVANIZED HION COU- T V niccniakers. K. KIUK JR. A BltO., corner State aud 'i'wenty-secoud-sta. WANTED—MALI! HELP. -- TRADISs "ANTED—A GOOD WATCHMAKER. Appirto j. n. runny& sTEi-Vs. ir.-suim-st. WANTED— BOOK AND CARD GILDER at once. FRANK 1.1.ND.-jAV. ,JT South Canal. YI7"ANTED —A FLOOUMAN BLACK VV smith at 151 Fullcr:on-av. WANTED BUTCHER; ONE THAT knows his business, at the Common-fcenso i,unch-ltuom. corner of State and Kundolph-sts. , WANTED MONDAY WIDENING A nrs.-elass printer and toner. None but ex perienced liitiOs need apply. J« Bkkßli., photog rapher. lndtana-av.'or2,la lalumet-av. WANTED— ENGINEER TO RUN 20 horse power engine: must be good machinist. Address i. Iky Tribune office. " WANTED-SLATE, TIN. AND IKON roofara. • Kl.NSl.Ki' MUi i MILLKU, T* West Monme-st, ■ WANTED— A BRASS RULEMAKER. Addre-s, with references, If KNT«>N. dOV'K A C(J M tvpe-iounders. 2.rJ East Wnter-su, Milwaukee. Employment: AfTENcr^b. WANTED-IMMEDIATELY, MEN FOR levee-work, f 2 per day; K, 11. hands for Arkan sas, station-work at lie per yard: wood-ciiopplng.jl.7s per day. board, Slid; tieiimkers. 15c per lie: quarry men and stonecutters, £k5J per day. IKJ East Km zle-at- : • WANTED— EXPE RT TYPEWRITER opcraior. one accustomed to dictation. Ad dress H aJ. Tribune office. .. 2d.ISCT!T>I4 "lirANTED-2 THOROUGHLY RELIA VV hie and experienced traveling salesmen to sell paints, oils, glass, etc.. In llilnuis. lowa, Kansas, Ne braska, Wisconsin, and Minnesota. .Want men who are well posted in above lines oi goods and vrbo have ■lntelv canvassed the territory named. Call or address the Alston Manufacturing Company, 225. 227, and 22J bomb Water-su . ' WANTED —EXPERIENCED SALES men by cigar manufactory, to soil to the retail trade In the country, umy those having a good trstde need apply. Good references required. Address t: SS, Tribune office. WANTED— -AN ENERGETIC .MAN TO represent our piihlicattons in Illinois in con nection with ms presen; business. Address, with ref erences. A. <- KaULKV* & CU., I’hlladeipniu. 'WANTED — MEN AND WOMEN TO T V sell the now holiday book—a beautiful Christ nuts novelty, bells rsip.div. Aoplv at once. J. b. GUOIJ.MAN CO., l-TM-a ballc-st. WANTED —A GERMAN WHO CAN siuntU fcfnglish, to a-sisi ihe owner of a large stock farm of sieves in Missouri in forming a col ony 10 raise nurses, mules, cattle, hogs, sheep. farm ing. ana tritit-niisihg; the services of u good man re quired. und will pay a good salary and let him cast* an Interest. Address u»fp.irttcma.-s (ii-Jit.MAN. Tribune. WANTED —A GERMAN WHO CAN speak Knghsh. to assist the owner of a lame stock farui of l,.'nw acres in Missouri in forming u col ony 10 nii&e horses. mules, cat.le. nogs. sheep, farm ing, and fruli-raianig; the services of a good man re quired. and will pay a go.id samry and let mm take an Interest. Address tor particulars U HUMAN. Tribune. ANTED—2 FIRST-CLASS GROCER'S sundry salesmen forcountry trade lor ISS2. Ad dress K-M Tribune office. WA NTED—AI) VERTISIXG SOLICIT or on i lilcuko .Map and ifus.ness Directory. Apply at Uoom jj McCormick it.oct on .Monday from y to. i o'clock. WANTED— 4 FIRST-CLASS YOUNG, active boot and »noe salesmen to travel with samples ox nrst-class goods. Address real signature. KW, Tribune orhee. All communications strictly con fidential. WANTED-A GOOD PACKER BY A wholesale house: one wao nas packed drugs, hardware. orgiassware; state how long and jor who worked. Give reference, also age ami wages. 15 vO, Tnonue office. WANTED-A BUTLER AND HOUSE servant who tliorougniy understands uis busi ness and can nice tlrst-elass references. App.y to AUTJIUit U. DUCAT. ios Jiasu.ie-sL. between id and 12 a. in., next Monday and Tuesuay. WAXTED-SALESMAN OF ABILITY VV by u ttrsi-class varnlsu house desirous of in creasing their Western trede. Kia, Tr.imne oifice. WANTED— SIN MEN TO TAKE oß uers fora new specialty: cad und see it. ILsxgt Faou-st., Itiimu IP, I'. M. Va.S fc.TTH.N. WANTED— SOLICITf) I IS—TWO ACT- Ivo axe insurance solicitors: permanent situa tion; good pay. Address'fc'•*), Tribune oince. WANTED-A COMPETENT MAN TO wait on table, attend dour, make tires, bl .ck sln»es. and bo generally useful, iteforences reumred. Apply at No. 12,0 .Mtcmgun-uv. ■ WANTED-A BUTLER. GOOD REF erences. Unig basement bell. Apply m I7u> Micnigun-uv. WANTED-A MAN HAVING SIO,OOO to invest in business, and wishing a situation. Address II 4a. Tribune othce. WANTED BY A 'WHOLESALE hituse, a Hrst-class boot and shoe salesman, wivu an established Western trade. Apply at 12S Wn bash-av. WANTED-A COMPETENT BUTLER in private family. Call Monday at i>7 ifeur born-av. WANTED- FIRST-CLASS SALESMEN to travel und sell shirts und veins’ furnishing goods. *J o good men why have an established trade we are prepared to oner liberal Inducements. Tu.ti- LINSON. r-MlTii & CO., .\u. I.VI ana iss Firth-av. WANTED CENTS’ FURNISHING goods salesmen >vtio have esaibllsueu trade la Northern Michigan and Wisconsin. Kansas, Nebraska, and Indiana. Address G K«, ’i rlbune omce. WANTED— IST .1A N UAR Y NEXT, FO R u large wholesale house, traveling salesmen acquainted with hardware and tinners’ stock; state experience, territory covered, salary expected, or commission, i. (W, Tribune office. WANTED ADVERTISING SOLICI tor lor city; none hut a itrat-ciuss man need ap piy; sa.ary or commission will be paid. Apply before l- ut itooiu JS.'hi Ma«llson-Si. WANTED-A COMPETENT JoUß nallstof unquestioned oimractcr and habits to assist in live editorial work of un important class Journal. Address, stating experience, references, und salary expected (.widen must be moderate;, il ytf, Tribune office. WANTED FIRST-CLASS TRAVEL ingr>aie»man for meiuis und mctaine adoy.s, also one for city trade. Situation permanent to good men who trail sell goods. Address •*Tutmi Cain,” G 10, Tribune omce loriun days. WANTED-RRIGHT, ACTIVE LADS of hi to is years who desire to learn men’s fur nisuing business, wholesale. Address G h% Tribune office, giving tun name, residence, und weekly com l*e:isauon lor one year. WANTED-A LIVE MAN TO ACT AS treasurer and tasc an interest lor « prominent young actress who lias a combination; she lias her own cuts and lithos, hnesi printing on the road; must have »IjU ns collateral. Address it id. Tribune office. WANTED— A .MAN~AND 11 IS WIFE to take a large boarding-house ut bouth Chi cago and board from thirty to tuiy qi:nrryii>un. In quire of H.RIcE.PS MarKei-su, Chicago. House is new, and nut tarnished. Good references reuuired*. WANTED— A BOY TO WORK IN saloon: one with experience preferred. Appl today from li to 12. M'ColtMfCK A UOIIINSUN, y Exchange Place, rear of 127 l-u nuiie-st. WANTED— IMMEDIATELY, AN ACT ive. energetic person to Introduce u ttrst-chtss new publication: Hberai iuducemems to the right party. MUO.NrJV ,V &.MAKT. 125 Clark-st, WANTED-A YOUNG MAN ABOUT 21 years old to deliver a morning paper route in centre or city: #4 per week. Apply at 2w» Wabasn-av., Itoom 4h fourth hour. *\irANTED TWO GOOD MEN TO TT take orders in the city tor our new shield, French chase-u-plush album. Also a good man to handle Waverley in sets. I*. F. COLiAEK, US igtke sl. second floor. WANTED-GOOD GIRLS FOR IIOUSE work. Apply to us lor situations und good homes with the best families, international Employ ment Bureau, Kli Wabsish-uv., corner liarrisun-st. WANTED— GOOD SMAUT GlliLS FOR' general housework. International Kmploy ment Burcmu, •’•'RWabash-av. ANTED—A STOUT ROY ABOUT 14 or id year? of «m* at MCDONALD’S laundry, corner Wabnsh-ar. and Aflums-su WANTED— BOY TO DRIVE DELIV ery wagon and make himself gcnerallr useml at Grand Geiural Laundry. state and Tlilny-iourth. \I 7“ AN TED —A N EXPERIENCED FARM T V hand that cm care lor horses, tit* South Clin lou-sl.. Monday. Pa. m. . WANTED TWO GENTLEMANLY canvassers, competent to talk business with business men, and sell a staple article; salary Irom Si to ii*M i*er day. fall at Itoum it:. No. liULaSalle »U. Monday, irom Ito 3 o'clock. WILSON. WANTED-AN ENERGETIC, HONEST business mnnacer wuii to loan to busi ness: cood salary; conceded bonanza. Address U W.Tribune uihcc. }I\LXrE D—FEMALE II'ELF. Domestic. TTTANTED—GOOD GIRLS FOR IIOUSE- T V work. Apply to us for situations and good homes with the best families. International Employ ment Bureau, ,‘fra Wttbasn-nv.. corner iiarris+n-su WANTED-A GOOD COOK. WASHER. and Ironcr. References required. SSI War- TI7ANTED—BY A FAMILY LIVING I V lu a suburban town, u young yjrl of 12*10 14 to help about me house, one wanting a good home will find this desirable. Address K wi, Tribune othce. WANTED-A GOOD GIRL TO-TAKE care oi children and assist in housework. Apply llkfe Prairie-av., up-staira. WANTED— AT 297 EUIE-ST.-A SEC oad nlrl with best city references. Call after'J o'clock on Monday ninrmnj!. 'XVf ANTED—COMPETENT. RELIABLE T V cirlcan tlnd soon, permanent place at 4l> North Clarlu rmnday atternoon. upper hell. Kctereoces. WAXTED-GOOD COOK AND LAUN dress. Private family. References required. ICfa Mlchi^an-av. WANTED-A GIRL FOR GENERAL housework nr TS P:lrk-nv. ,\n Irish. WANTED-A COMPETENT GIRL TO do keoeral housework. Si sD Viiicennes-av. THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE: SUNDAY, . DECEMBER 11, 1881—TWENTY PAGES. WANTED—FEMALE HELP. Domestics. Y 47" ANTED—GOOD, PLAIN COOK AT VV on«j at Xo. :t buardlnK-liousc, Pullman: irauca $5 par weefc. t‘ii. TrlDiinu orttco. ; WANTED— BY A SMALL FAMILY living in Glencoe, Cook County, 111., a com petent girl to do general housework; wucm » per week; none need apply unless they can furnish tirst-ciass reference; a good homo guaranteed to a pood girl. Apply at2U6.La Salle-aL, Room IJ. v-M. VAN ETTEN. _ WANTED— IMMEDLITELY AT 4(io llelden-av.. a good girl for general housework, In small private family; call from 2 to 4 p. m. WANTED-A GOOD GIRL TO COOK. wash, and Iron In a private family. 23J Deur born-av. -- YTTANTED—A GOOD GIRL FOR SEC VV ond work and sewimr. Must Klve uooil rarer cnees. Apply ul once. 721 Waahtng.on-st. WANTED— AT 400 CENT RE-ST., A girl for gcncnil work In family of three; must be good cook, washer, and ironcr. Call bunday. Calls made during the week must be in the even ing. ' WANTED— A GIRL TO DO GENERAL housework. 42 Woodblne-placo, near Harrison and Leavlu-sis. ______ WANTED-STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS girl for general housework in a family of two, where there is a voung girl re assist. Apply at 22i> Wabash-av. - VVT’ANTED-A GIRL TO DO WASHING ? V and general housework, no cooking. Sophia. WANTED— A COMPETENT GIRL TO do general housework in private family. Refer ences required. ICI7 Wabash-uv. WANTED— A GIRL TO COOK, WASH, and iron in small family. Cull between U and 1: Tuesday, with reference, at *TC! Rust Chicagd-uv. WANTED— A GIRL TO DO GENERAL housework at sk! North Clark-sU; German pre ferred. WANTED-A GIRL TO DO GENERAL housework. Call .Monday attCa West Ad ms-st. WANTED- WORK! FOR WOMEN OF abilitv and Industry, btrungers assisted. Gobd bamariian boeleiy. Kast Randolph-st. WANTED-A NEAT GERMAN GIRL, 14 to It! years old. to do light housework in sum!) private family. uearborn-su WANTED— A GIRL FOR GENERAL housework, one not afraid of work. Call Mon day unq for three days at XikM Jlearborn-st. WANTED— A GOOD. RESPECTABLE Kiri to cook, wash, and iron lor u private immly. Must be tirst-class cook and: laundress and bring references trom last employer. Übblgt Saile-av. WANTED —fill - WEST KANDOLPH-ST. —Scandinavian eirl, who can speak fc.nkli.-li, in a private latniiy us second Kin, in nice town in unto; can have a good home. .MU?. UUATxI. WANTED— A FIRST-CLASS GIRL FOR second work. Apply at ftwo Michigun-uV. YTTANTED—A COMPETENT SECOND YV girl. American. German, or Scandinavian. Ap ply Monday after Id o’ciock at 2723 indmnn-av. WANTED-SECOND GIRL AT NO. 40 Tuirty-llrei-gt. WANTED-A GIRL FOR SECOND work in a family. tost Juckaon-st., opposite the i*o»t-oaice. \irANT£D-A GIRL FOR GENERAL tV housework immediately, German or: swede Dieierred. ut-HwU Juduiim-av. WANTED-A THOROUGHLY COM potent cook. Frencu, German, or Scandlua v.an. Gail at i'.u Mlehlgan-av.. hat 4. WANTED— WELL-TRAINED HOUSE maid: must be u goud waitress; Frencu or German preferred. Call m la* .Mlchl-un-uv.. hut 4. . WANTED-GOOD GIRL FOR GENER ut housework; must be a good cook, 27.5 a lu diuna-av. WANTED-A COMPETENT SECOND girl. Apply at 2su Caiumet-av„ between b and 11 u. m. WANTED-A YOUNG GIRL TO As sist In general housework. .'lsjt J-axe-av. \yANTED A PROTESTANT IRISH I V g.n for general housework, well recommended. ljTTi.n.y-iiinm*st. _ WANTED-A KITCHEN GIRL; WAGES taper week: uUo u attie girl, 4i..*>j per week. 7 Aorth Cmrk-st., over su»re. WANTED-GOOD GIRL FORHOUSE work at -V22 Wabash-av.; moderate wanes, or mn.-icnl education and a good home. WANTED-A GIRL FOR GENERAL housework. Kctereuces. OJ4 West Aduius-st. WANTED-A GIRL TO COOK, WASH, and iron in a sma.l manly: one to do »ec oim woru and take cure of enudren. Keferences re quired. Can Wubash-av. WANTED-A GIRL FOR GENERAL housework: must be a good cook and laund ress; stnuil tiuuiiy. Wubash-av. WANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOP. GEN erul liotisowurk, at No. 272 >Varren-uv. WANTED FIRST-CLASS DINING room girl and kitchen girl. 45 South asu luuu-nv. WANTED— A GIHL FOR GENERAL ho useworkt German or Swede preferred. 724 Fu.ion-st. WANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR LIGHT housework In a small lamllj. 250 West Madl sou-su second ueor. - • WANTED makers. 9S Siaie-st.. Room 4. WANTED-GOOD DRESSMAKERS AT once. Apply at 241 gupenor-st. WANTED —4 FIRST-CLASS DRESS- makers at once, la \\ inard-piuce. Rttrses. TirANTED—A COMPETENT PERSON ?V to nurse a sick old lady. Apply uti:ct> Wabash. Wanted experienced nurse io hike charge of a slcx ciidd. City references required; give residence and reference. Address K Tnbun e office. WANTED— A RELIABLE WOMAN AS nurse for an invalid lady; one who is willing to nuo.e huiseii use.ul around ttu» House, References required. Address FOU, Tribune office. WANTED-A NURSE GIRL—MUST bring good referencea. Apply at 13 Warren-ay. WANTED-NURSE GIRL. APPLY AT to Thirty-seven m-su Employment agencies. TT/* ANTED GOOD SCANDINAVIAN VV uiut iierman gins for private families and boarding-houses. G.JjCjjKK. office lyiMliwaukee-uv. JXIISCEI^LAN'EOTJS. WANTED— GIRL OR YOUNG LADY in office; weekly wages, £2. Address in own hand, T S 5. Tribune oillce. * WANTED-2 BLANK BOOK SEWERS and lu experienced book folders. Appiv to CUi.VKIt, PAGE, JIOVMi X CO., IIS und'lSU Moll roe-st. WANTED A YOUNG LADY OF pleasant address to assist in office: salary £25 a month. Address, stating full particulars. F 65, Trib une office. WANTED— CKOCUETEItS IN SILK AT 2452 l*rairie-av. YTTANTED-WOULD GIVE A QUIET, tV nice nonic in a small family of udtiits io un cducaied Christian lady (advanced In years*, and one recently arrived in tiie country: Kngliali, scotch, or Canadian preferred. Address KUT, Trimine office. WANTED-LADY CANVASSERS FOR our new hook. **rit a crci.of Success m i.lfo. ir the bestselling book out. Cud on the Garden City Pub lishing Company,2us La Snlle-su. Itooiu ill. s WANTED - EXPEHIENCED SALES ladles in clout and suit, departmental the Fallt," corner Statu and Adums-sis. \\7 ANTED A (JUJU WHO WOULD T V like to learn trpe-.souuiß can And an opening at Room ti. uc> Wushlniaun-su WANTED - EXPERIENCED LADY canvassers to sea an article ot use to the bet ter class of cnUnau business men; sellson sicni; to *7 per day; sure nay; sieady employment, itoum 7, 153 Llark-sU. Foot Blocks TXT ANTED—GIRLS TO WIND EVER tV jtreen. Apply at IWMarket-su Monday morn- WANTED— AX EXPEHIENCED LADY who can get up new designs for infanta* luce cups, to act a* torewoman la lactory. A duress G-hi, Tribune ulllce. WANTED— A YOUNG LADY IN A store, of fair education and good address. Sal ary. O per week. Address Jl t rlbune othce. XX7"ANTED—A YOUNG LADY AMA f T teur to play small purls with a travelng dra matic combination. Address li 11, Tribune othce. WA.NTE D—A LAD VIN PHOTOGRAPH reception room, one who has had some experi ence. .1. K. at r.VrLVs. hto liearUorn-.su WANTED-YOUNG LADY IN PHOTO uraph gallery to mount and spot pictures at West Side gallery. J. lv. STLVENS, Tsici Madison-su, corner Kobey. r WANTED-A LADY 30 YEARS OF age. In perfect bcuitn. with no family, well edu cated. rrooi the Hast preterred, to flit a responsible busino»si position. Address Hit. Tribune othce. WANTED- FIRST-CLASS SALESLA fIies. Apply Monday morning from sto ID. SciiWElTZKit x BLEU. 11l Siaie-»t. WANTED - IMMEDIATELY - A RE loucher, also J eirls tor prinilnx and tJnLsninit phoiosrnpns. at Rider’s Gallery. KU West Madl»ou-su WANTED-VOUNGLADY WITH Ex perience in recepaun room ot phoiouraoh nai lery. lIKNSIiLL. I'U and 314 Sulto-sU JiILLIAIiV AXli I*OOL, TABLES TPOU SAL!?—AT STATE-ST^T'WO JL’ pool uoies, cheap, with part payment, or no payment wita good security. FOR SALE-CLUSING OUT 2 PARLOR billiard and G Cne pool tables, balls, and all ma terial. l£j Fitth-av., up-stairs. SITUATIONS—MALE. Bookkeepers. C£#«asi. *3. SITUATION WANTED-JAN. „l‘ OR O Keb; 1, as bookkeeper or assistant In a wholesale bouse: ten years' experience In woolen house in New York City. AUdaes*. statiiig salary, luls Wyandotte sl. Kansas City. Mo. QITUATION WANTED—IN WHOLE-, O salu bouse—drug. palm, or varnish preferred—by live business-man: understands the trade. Bcstrel erenee. Address G 4U, Tribune. SITUATION WANTED—BY A YOUNG kj man. IS years old. in wholesale or retail store. Tins bad two years’ experience in otlice work and can furnish city references. G 7b. Tribune omce. SITUATION i WANTED-JAN. 1. AS O bookkeeper In a wholesale or manufacturing house by a German, nu years of age. with experience and ability. -Good references. Address 1,3, Tribune. SITUATION WANTED -AS BILL clerk or shipping clerk by h man of several years’ business experience. Good references. G U, Trib une otlice. SITUATION WANTED-BY A MAN OF 2U years’ experience In clothing, furnislimggooda, and dry goods, wholesale and retail. Host of city ref erences. Address LANSING. ISi hakc-st. SITUATION WANTED—IN GENERAL K.J agency department of a llrsl-cluss tlrc-tnsurancu Company; 12 years’ experience. A 1 references. Ad dress K 2il Tribune pflico. SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG muti 24 years of age, strictly honest and compe tent In every respect. In a wholesale paint and oil house. Has been y years In above line, and can give A 1 city references us to honesty, ability, and business atmlihcailons. Would prefer to make engagement ou Jan. 1. 0 12, Tribune office. SITUATION WANTED-BY AN EN gllsh gentleman nssulesman In a cloilrng store. Has bad a largo and varied experience m tiic busl ness. K 2. Tribune ollico. £ SITUATION WANTED—BY A YOUNG O man IS years of age. with three years’business experience; Is good penman, correct at ilguros. and can furnish best of references. G IS, Tribune office. SITUATION WANTED—BY A YOUNG man of 2 i: real-esuuo office or commission bonso preferred; will do anytmng on small salary. Ad dress 6 22. Tribune office. • SITUATIONS WANTED TWO Ex perienced Clerks In office of a lending insurance company desire ,o make u change; habits thoroughly temperate. Ueferencesuuexeeptionable. Address G 21. 'l i lbune olhce. QITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG O man of good business experience, character, and ability, to date from Jun. 1. laiJ, in some drst-c.uss, reliable bouse us bookkeeper, or assistant book keeper. Can furnish good references. Address C TJi. Tribune office. ■ SITUATION WANTED’ A COMTE ;ent and reliable bookkeeper and cashier of eighteen years* experience in this city, and with lirst class testimonials, will be open tor-an engagement dun. 1. Address U, care Carrier ft). A Second. . SITUATION WANTED-!!!' A YOUNG man of good habits and education, who is willing and careful. In a store, oiticc, orfuc.ory. Address L 7j. Tribune otticc. ■ SITUATION WANTED—A -GENTLE- O man ot integrity. energy, and ability, of middle age. desires a position of trust in a mercantile house; •a good penman, accurate at figures, of large practical business experience, und capable of taking charge: no agencies need reply. Address G sft Tribune oihce. SITUATION WANTED-BY A RAPID O and accurate stenographer in law. railroad, or commercial othce. Iteier to hlghly-respeciahle au thorities, Address L«J. Tribune ortice. SITUATION WANTED—YOUNG MAN of go*>d education, classical, legal, commercial, now In business, will accept a position In any respect able business: clerk, assistant bookkeeper, or any thing:-good reasons lor changing; excellent refer ences. HA), Tribune otlice. SITUATION WANTED-BY A com petent accountant and otSee-mun of long ex perience; torsoverul years in the men's furnishing goods line, und well acquainted with the trade. Ad dress G » l. Tribune othce. SITUATION WANTED—BY A DRUG O clerk with 15 years’ experience: city or country, best references. Address J. liicTEU, Parker House, corner Madison und Hnl»ted-sts. Q ITU ATI ON WANTED-BY A COM- O petent man In laces and fancy goods .lan. 1. IsSJ; accustomed to buying. Address G w. Tribune otlice.: SITUATION WANTED-BY AN Ex perienced bookkeeper to write up accounts, post and baiunco books. Terms moderate. AddretSHlT, Tribune othce. SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG man. good penman, qu.ck und accurate at figures; last three years assistaav bookkeeper. Unexception able references. Address 11 u. Tribune oillce- SITUATION IVAN TED—APPEAL TO UJ s*ew Church people.—l ara a .New Churchman, Mngle, over M, hut heaithy und vigorous in body: have lost my means; need a situation: collector, uihce-work. o.- anything will be accepted. Address U l#7. Tribune ortlce. QITUATION WANTED —AS BOOK- O keeper, thoroughly experienced und competent; salary required jl.roo. Address LS 7, Tribune othce. SITUATION WANTED—BY A DKUG clerk (registered; who speaks German. Can give host of references Attends college. Addre»» H SI, Tribune othce. SITUATION WANTED A YOC[NG devil of Lhgllsb extraction who has bad tu years’ suffering In the regions of i’luto. and experience in a wholesale grocery house, with a knowledge ot general othce work, etc., is ready and willing to accept a »itu ntion from avoturvothis calling which will pre vention) from e tirely deviating from his beaten truck and ultimately to fall lido the hands ami kind;?j care of the V. M. C. Assemblage, ot which he Is nevertheless a member. HS2. Tribune othce. QITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG O* tnaniU rears of age; has hud eight years’ ex perience in the retail drug business; would prefer a situation in wholesale house with a view to travel. Cty references. Address Far, Tribune office. SITUATION WANTED—WILL ACCEPT position ns bookkeeper iron) Jan. I, at $1.50u per year. Ueferences tlrst-class. Aye 211, and married. Address KIU. Tribune ortlce. SITUATION WANTED —AS BOOK keeper or office man: competent. Best of refer ences. Address K 53, TribuneoiHce. SITUATION W ANTED—B Y A GENTLE man, aged :(7. acquainted in the city, as general business or office manager In hrst-class wholesale or manufacturing establishment. Address I)Sl,Tribune. SITUATION WANTED-BY' MEMBER of the Board of Trade, active, fully competent In trading and office work, with n responsible llrm iromJan. I. Address K 76. Tribune office. SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG man. is years of age. as assistant bookkeeper; writes n good hand, is.quick at figures. speaks both German and English. Address F Si, Tribune office. SITUATION WANTED-BY AN Ac complished penman, practical bookkeeper, and office man of over ten years’ experience on dr before Jan. I. city or country: habits correct and references Al. Address H pi.-Tribune office. SITUATION WANTED—BY A YOUNG, temperate man t£weuej in a wholesale store or office wnere he can make himself useful. Wages no object, only steady work. 11 SI. Tribune office. SITUATION WANTED—BY A BOOK keepor employed during the day to work on u set of books evenings. Salary low. Address for three days F‘.*l, Tribune office. SITUATION WANTED-AS TRADING clerk with some responsible Board of Trade nrm by a young man now bookkeeper fur a commis sion house. ’Best of references us to character, abil ity, etc. Address F iM. Tribune office. SITUATION WANTED—I DESIRE Po sition as bookkeeper or salesman in some estab- lished nnsinoss: have S*AT)UO I would loan In the busi ness on good security; moderate salary Is expected. K 24, Tribune office. QITUATION WANTED-BY A RELIA-s Cj bio: druggist of eight rears* experience. Single, speaks German and Knglish. Can furnish the best of references. One year’s city experience. Address P.- O. Box (221. Kankakee, ill. SITUATION WANTED-AS ASSiST »nt bookkeeper or ontrv clerk by a young man of temperate habits. Ueferences given. F;t7, Tribune. QITUATION WANTED—IIY A SUORT £S hand writer, one who uses the tvpe-wrlter; sal ary moderate. Address C Cl. Tribune office. SITUATION WANTED—BY A YOUNG man who Is used to hard work In u wholesale house; can come well recommended. Address C id. Tribune otlioo. QITUATiON WANTED—BY A COMPE- O tent bookkeeperafter .Tun. I. Ilelerences from former employers. Address 1) 54, Tribune office. COACH'MTS'V. <C<i. QITUATIONS WANTED-BY MAN AND kJ who In private family, man as coachman and groom, wife good cook or laundress; both competent, willing, and obliging. Best of city references. G 4, Tribune office. SITUATION WANTED —AS COACII umn in a private family; understands the care of norscs and is willing to work. Can give references. Address G 23. Tribune office. Qif U ATI ON WANTED-BY ACOACH k_) man. Can furnish be’st of reference fo.- being ouhging and doing work In a careful, satisfactory manner, and understands how to take the best of care of dorses: have had one situation forif years; please give me a trial. Address Fa',', Tribune office. SITUATION WANTED-BY A FlßST ciass coachman, middle-aged, at present employed and AI references from present employer. Address b yi. Tribune othco. SITUATION WANTED-BY A MAR-’ O rlcd man as coachman and groom: is willing to make himself getieruiiv useiul and obliging. Cun come well recommended from a worthy gentleman Address K»5, Tribune office. SITUATION WANTED —AS COACH man in a private family: Is fully competent; or drive delivery wagon. Good references. Address E uo. Tnoune office. SITUATION WANTED-AS COACH man bv a young man who thoroughly understands his bu.-dness; willing to make himself useful. Good city reierences. 1, 07. Tribune office. SITUATION WANTED-BY A FlHST ciass man as coachman and groom, and is willing ui make himself generally useful and obliging. Will come well recommended. H 53. Tribune office. SITUATION WANTED —AS COACH ED man by one that understands his business. Best or references. Address.\ 7, Tribune office. Situations wanted-bya young man and wife, good groom and second and laun dress. Both good workers and references. Address LsT, Tribune office. QITUATION WANTED—BY A YOUNG kj man os coachman; understands *Ae full care of horses and carriages, ana can milk. Can give refer ences. Address Ltd, Tribune office. SITU A TIONS—MALE. —— n Trades* QITUATION WANTED—BY A MID- O dle-oaud man; one tborousbly competent to UKc charce unci who understands tno manufacturing of tin. sheet-iron, und copper ware In all Us branches. Address 115 U. Tribune office. QITUATION WANTED—AS FOREMAN O in a HtbojiniQjilc establishment by a competent man from tho Kaat. Address L ito. Tribune office.. SITUATION WANTED-BY GOOD JOB compositor on job or plain matter. Address II us. Tribune office, ' IttISCELI,AJTEOtr^. SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG 1C? man: speaks French und German; not afraid of work; willing to dp anything. Address 016. Tribune. QITUATION WANTED-AS POUTER O or teamster by A No. I colored man. .The nest of city reference. G 07, Tribune office. QITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG O man 2l years old as collector. Experienced, and with best of references. G Ui, Tribune cilice. SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG man a* collector or messenger, t have a horse. Cull on or address h!«XAJELINER, 154 Blue tsland-av. SITUATION WANTED RAILWAY officials or managers of wholesale) business gen enill , a gentleman whoso active business necessi tates travel throughout America and foreign coun tries, and in constant contact with the newspaper fraternity. Is desirous of obtaining a commission to advertise and represent as above; exceptional In ducements oiTered. Highest references given. Ad dress El, Tribune office. SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG colored man as porter in a store or private fam iiy. Rest ot references given. K 51. Tribune office. SITUATION WANTED RAILROAD preferred, having had largo experience as .station agent and telegraph operator. Salary, say fob fur the winter. IS hi, Tribune office. SITUATION WANTED-AS A RAPID, O accurate, and practical shorthand writer; 4 years’ professional experience. Address K 43, Tribune office. ITI"ATIOXWAXTED —BV A THOR ough business-man as city salesman on salary and commission. Address Ka,. Tripune office. : SITUATION WANTED-BY A NOR wegiaii (SO who speaks and writes English,Bor man, and Krencli. References. Address F. 73, Trib une office. QITUATION WANTED-BY a young O man of good* habits us timekeeper or uoner.il work; handy with tools; will come cheap. G 42, Trib une office. SITUATION WANTED—AS TRAY Efi ms salesman: any lino except hardware or boo;:; and shoes; have traveled Michigan, Indiana. Wis consin. lowa, and Illinois. Unquestionablerciercnce Siren. Address 0 47, Tribune ortlce. SITUATION WAXTED-BY A PKR- O fumer with 15 years’experience in this country. CnUoutned reference for ability and character. Ad diuss I’KItKITM Kit. Tribune ortlce. (SITUATION WANTED-BY AN EN- O erge ic young man, as traveling salesman for boot and snoe house. Cun give best of references, etc. Address L '.(.’.Tribune othce. SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG man T, years of age; a position of any kind time will pay fair living expenses; ID years’business ex perience. Address O JjS?, Tribune otlice. SITUATIONS—FKMALE, Domestics. SITUATION WANTED-BY A BE k3 spcctable German girl in small family to do gen eral housework. South Side preferred. At 2y4t> South I'ark-uv. SITUATION WANTED-BY A GOOD girl to do general nousework In a private family. Dost of references given If required. Call for two days at lid .North Sangnmon-st. $ SITUATION WANTED-BY AMIDDLK aged lady of education und refinement In widow, or’s fiirallr: children no objection. Inquire of 51. W. BUONVN, Attorney-at-Law, hu Clark-st.. Chicago. SITUATION WANTED—AS A FlßST class coot or working housekeeper. Please citll lor three days at northwest corner of Thlrty-nlntii ?t. und Indiana-av. SITUATION WANTED-BY A COMPE tent girl to do general housework. Call .Monday at Iftj w esc Twelith-st., in tne roar, np-stalrs. SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG girl iliat just arrived from Sweden; is willing to do general housework in a good private tainllv. Please call or address for three days ftllh lm Salle-sL (SITUATION WANTED-BY A COMBE- O tent girl as cook and laundress In a private fam ily, or cook in a small hoarding-house. References given. C.a.l at KSW South State-sL . QITUATTON WANTED-BY RESBECT- O able young colored girl ns a cook. Best of city references can he given. Call at 37U Slale-st. SITUATION WANTED—AS GOOD GEN- O oral servant; is a hrst-class laundress and cook, ites. city references. Call Sunday and Monday. :C»T South De.tulalnca-st., side entrance. SITUATION WANTED-BY A SWEDE girl for general housework. Call for two days. La Salle-st., Boom S. SITUATION WANTED—BY A.NORWE- O Sian girl in a small family. Address Bds Mllwau kee*av„ up-sialrs. SITUATION WANTED—BY SWEDISH girl to do general housework. North Side pre ferred. Call at 147 Townsend-st. SITUATION" WANTED-BY A YOUNG ladr, stranger In the cltv, as second iflrl or nurse Kiri. Call atiM) Sou.h Halsted-sL, cor. Sixteenth, in store. QITUATION WANTED-BY SWEDISH O clrl to do general housework. Call at 150 Sedg wick-st. Monday. SITUATION' WANTED—BY A YOUNG Swedish girl in a small private family for general housework city or country. (211 State-sl., up-stairs. QITUATION WANTED—BY COMPE IO tent cook in u boarding-house: is not afraid of any kind of work. Can be seen at 6:2) Ogden-av.. SITUATION WANTED—BY RESPECT- Kiri to cook. wash, and iron in private family. Please call at l;'d Mncotn-av. SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG Kiri to do second wort In private family; Please call at ll*i Huron-st,, down-stairs. SITUATION WANTED—IN SMAL% family by a Norwegian girl; a flrst-class washer and Irnner. Call at 173 -Milwaukee-av. QITUATION WANTED—IN A SMALL family by it Norwegian Kiri, a yearunduhalf in this country. Please call Monday at 177 W. Indluna-st. SITUATION WANTED-BY A FRENCH lady as cook In a small private family. Call or address M Wadc-sL S~ ITUAITONS WANTED—Bi TWO CO.M petent girls as cooks In private families. Best of references. I’-PIT Calumet-av. SITUATION WANTED—AS SECOND girl or as nurse Kiri. Apply at 41(10 Dearboiy-st. SITUATION WANTED—BY A GIRL TO do second work or take care of children. Can give good reference. 2S» West Adams-st. Call Sun day and .Monday. SITUATION WANTED-BY A GOOD girl tor general housework. Call ut433Dlvlsion-st. QITUATION WANTED-BY A GERMAN Wisconsin girl for general housework; North Side prelerred. Good reference, .‘til .Mlchlgan-su Situation wanted a single holy of would likesecond work and sewing, or a position ns housekeeper; Is lull}* competent amt not afraid of work. Address two days G 17, ’I ribune. SITUATION WANTED—BY A YOUNG girl just from the old country in a nice private family to do general housework. Cull ut 17*J West Klgmeenih-st,. east of llais.ed. SITUATION WANTED—AS COOK IN A private family by u bwcdlsh woman who can come well recommended. Call at i£Ji Wabash-uv. QITUATION WANTED—BY A FIRST yZj class cook wKh a respectable family. The best of city references. ;ti North .Market-su SITUATION' WANTED-BY AN EXPE ilencud cook In a private boarding-house or a first-class family. : Best of references, fall at 77 East Imliana-st- ,N« postal cants. QITUATIONS WANTED—IN CITY OR O country, for Swede, German, and Norwegian girls; wages reasonable, food aaniarl.an Society, iw East Uandolpn-st. QITUATION WANTED-BY A GIRL, O to do second work; North Side preferred, libs East r.rie-st. SITUATION WANTED—BV-A TKOSTV woman, to cook, wash, and Iron in u private tmn ny; city or country. Reference given. No. 1427 State. SITUATION WANTED—BY A GOOD O gin io do general housework; good references, intense call at -lulu iiuuertlciU-st. SITUATIONS WANTED—:IN PRIVATE family by two goodwills: will work together or separate. Apply atL*Ty Frank.in-su, basement. SITUATION' WANTED —BY A CANA dmn girl to cook. wasn. and iron In a flrai-ciass p.ivae iitiutlj; 7 years* reference from lust place. Cun at l;c* cncstnut-st. QITUATiON WANTED-BY A CANA- O dian girl to cook, wash, and iron in a firsc-chisS •private iamiiy. Seven years’ reference from lust place. Call at JiaiChcstnutrst. SITUATION WANTED-AS COOK IN private boarding-house. Call at I*l West Jackson. - A-1 pab.e. pleasant.' trusty girls, for cooking and scc d worK. Good reference. Call.Monuay. 142 Twen tieth-si. SITUATION. WANTED-BY A GIRL KJ who has n»> parents ana Is u stranger in the cuv; wants io live wnu some nice lady; home mure of an object than wages. Address O N ?J, Tribune office. SITUATION WANTED—BV A Co3lPE tent woman to cook, wash, and Iron in a private family; city or suburbs. References. 1723 Suue-st, SITUATION WANTED-BY A FlßST ciass German cook in private family. Good ref erence-. Please cult at4itS ijivision-st., near La Salle. SITUATION WANTED-BY A FlKST class girl os cook and laundress In a private fam ily- Kefcrences. cnil Monday at:Mlaj» Wabash-av. SITUATION WA NTED-BY XcO.Ml'E teut girl to cook, wash, and iron, or do general housework In a small family. Call at2*B Veroon-av. SITUATION WANTED-BY A COMPE tent cook in a private »amny. Jteferences given, tail Monday at 1355 Wab^sh-av. AI. UA TIP XV— FEMALE. I SIXITA TIPNS—FEMALE. - Domestics. 2£is?sr.&vrsoas. ? SITUATION WANTED—BY A KE- QITUATION WANTED—A :-UADt Pp spectablc «lrl fa stranger lu the city) In a private kJ cenlly arrived from Germany wishes un lamllrus chambermaid and seamstress. C’uil foro merit man American fatuity to enable her tn i** daysut;tbi South Joiferson*st. kriglish. Has .studied music in German? Jn?? uujuitled to Instruct in ssnamc, uisb in K.ench. wulcli she speaks fluently. .! 1) ( i S furnished. Addr.-s* A. ULXVxIAKIfr o< s trenca-st,. Knc, I\i. ,/A * JU SITUATION WANTED—BY A 3UU rtlc-aaert woman, a competent cook and bnuse- Keeper, in town ur countrv. Address -JT West iludi »on-su. up-amlrs. SITUATION WAXTE U—B Y SWEDISH clrl to do general housework. Call at 2S£J South Park-av. SITUATION WANTED—TO DO ilOUSE work In private family, by acootlclrl. in vicinity oi Oakmnd.: Address OLa, Tribune ottico. SITUATION WANTED-BV COLORED bid/, u home at nichis for work morulmr and evenlnos: employed Uiirtmr the day. A K«md worker. Good references. Address U -'4, Tribune oirtce. SITUATION WANTED-BV AN.AMEK lean woman of middlc-a.e to do second work or nurslnc In a private family. Good references. Call atU>» Wauasb-uv. .Monday and Tuesday. SITUATION WANTED—BV YOUNO mdy to do second work.in respectable private lumily. Cali Sunday and .Monday ut£Jl Nurtb Frank itn-si. SITUATION WANTED-AS COOK IN O private family bv Canadian Kiri: 110 washing. Address DGL.MA, iUG'l’hirty-tlrst-st. ‘ SITUATION WANTED—BV A GOOD Krito do Kenerul housework, Please call at -Mid Dearboru-st. SITUATION WANTED-BV A COMPE teiu cook and laundress or to do cuneral bouse work. Call tor two days atas Tblnv-elKbta-st. QITUATTOX WANTED-BV A 3111)- O d.e uKbd cirl In small prlvaie family. City refer ence. Address iiSUColumn Grove-av. SITUATION WANTED—CY A YOIJNO Kiri. lt> years old. In flrst-cluss family to assist cook and learn imneral housework: waKes no object if place is tirsi-ctass: can speak German. Call at aj Isurtn J.a saile-st. .Mits>. Mc.VKtu SITUATION. .WANTED—BY A SCOTCH Kiri, lu.ely from the old country, to do second work In a private family. Inquire at TIS Kuiton-su SITUATION WANTED—AS COOK BV A steady, capable woman in a brst-cluss boardtnK itouse. kh>,Nobie-st., in the rear. SITUATION WANTED-BY A FIEST >3 class cook and second girl. Five years’ reier euce. Cali Monday at HS Twemy-lourtli-sL, entrance on Pralne-av. SITUATION WANTED—BY A BESPKC tabIc girl to do light second-work and sewing in a private family. Address r> E. lit* Michlgan-av. QITUATIOX WANTED—BY OiiiL TO cook. wash. iron, or general housework. Refer ences, ( all at 3:25 cottage Giuve-uv. SITUATION WANTED—AS CHAMBER maid. Good references. Call at *AW Kuitou-st. .MRS..I. WILLIAMS. Situations -wanted—bv 2 girls, one as cook and laundress, the other for second work in an American family. Call at iSdSedgwick-st., up-stalrs. SITUATION WANTED—BY A FIIIST-. class cook in a private family. Please call at5W North Franklin-st., near eehilier. Situations wanted-by 2 stjiong German girls, general housework or cooking. Two years’ references last place, oil,’ Cottage Grove-av* SITUATION WANTED —AS COOK. Careful and competent to take charge in urst ciass boarding-house. (Jail -Monday at o(*3 West Luke st., up-stairs. TJwvdcw attppc O IT UATIDN WANTED—DRESSMAKER O wants to" go in private families; can cut uud Hu Call at 210 S Wabasb-av., Room 27. SITUATION WANTED—BY A FlßST class dressmaker; will go out bv the day. Call or address OKEi?*.MAKER, HTjSJl’rairle-av. SITUATION WANTED DEEbS.MAK ing by the day or week. City references. Ad dress one week, xju North Welis-su SITUATION WANTED -BY EXPE- O rienced dressmaker In families by the day, or will take work home. Best references. j2tsMlcnlgai»-av* Situation" wanted duessmaS lug done at reasonable rates for ladies or chil dren. US, Tribune ottice. SITUATION WANTED— COMPETENT O and stylish dres*» ami cloak mater would Ilkeony or two more enjruuemenis. city or country; tit it tic uuaranteed; term.'* il.ini. Address K S. Tribune ollke. OTITjATION WANTED-EXPERIENCED O dressmaker In a lew mure families byday;per lectlltteraiid draper; prices to suit times. Address 11 Sw Tribune olliec. SXTUATION WANTED-GOOD DRESS nmter would like a few more encasements In famines; terms $1 a day. Call at ai> W'abash-av., .MUS. FOKKV. SITUATION WANTED—DY' A DRESS maker 10 p) out by the day; cun cut and tit; terms moderate. Call at -!•«» Twenty-sixtb-st. ,*“ • SITUATION WANTED —BY YOIMTG Indy as dressmaker in private family; termsrea sonable. Call ur address, ;cct Centre-uv. SEAMSTRESSES- 4. SITUATION WANTED—BY A COMPE tent seamstress to sew in families: can cut and tit nicely and make children’s clothes Will irivo itood references. Address G SI, Tr.tiune office. SITUATION* WANTED—BY .AN ELD erly widow, a home for the winter; Is competent to do family sewing, teuen piano, nurse a sick lady, etc. Ueierences. Address for four days H7S, Trib une office. SITUATION WAXTED-GY A LADY competent to do general sewing. Best of refer ences given. Call or address 211 South Ashland-av., at present employer’s. SITUATION WANTED-BV A GIRL AS seamstress in some respectable family wao un derstands ad kinds of tamlly sewing and dressmaking,- is willing to make herself generally usetul; u rood home more desirable than wages. Highest refer ences given. Has new machine. Cal! 22 South Green-st. SITUATION WANTED—PLAIN SEW ing. mending, assist up-stairs, and sexv; miildle aged, generally usetul; terms low. 24 Aberdeen-st. SITUATION WANTED—PLAIN SEW ing or light second work and care of children. Call or address SITUATION WANTED--BY A NOR weglan girl to do sewing or second work. Call or aaoress 24d West brie. Housekeepers. SITUATION WANTED-BY AN A.UERI can widow as housekeeper; a good home more de sirable than high compensation: small family pre lerred. Address E lU, Tribune office. SITUATION WANTED—BY AN AMER lesm huly 27 years of age. without Incumbrance, as housekeeper or to take care of lurnished rooms; Address G 7, Tribune office. SITUATION WANTED —AS HOUSE kceper; city or country, hotel or private family, good references. Apply ne2u7 Uearborn-at. SITUATION WANTED—BY A LADY ms housekeeper or io do chamber work In a bmel, wnere her lit tic . irt of 7 years cun be; will workcucap. Cali at West Monroe-su, uji-stairs. SITUATION WANTED-BY A LADY O of experience In a tlrst-class hotel as housekeep er. Can give best of feibrenee us to character und ability. Address F.!l, Tribune office. SITUATION WANTED-BY INTELLI gent lady of 25. ot experience as working-house keeper; is a good cook and seamstress; kindly dis posed towards cht.dren; widower’s or an elderly couple's family preferred. Good references. Call at SO Henry-at., near Blue Ishind-av. LATODHE3SES. SITUATION WANTED —AS LAUN- O (Ire?.- and to assist with general huusctrorlc. 1U) >*ortb .Markec-st. SITUATION WANTED LAUNDRY kj work, by the tiny, by a competent woman. I2rt \t ahavh-av.. Bigosnw House. Kount 25, second door. SIT U ATION WANTE D—B Y.-VSWEDISiI woman to go out washing in lamiles or in a laun dry. Cail jifTt :>orth I’eoria-st. UITUATION WANTED—BY A SCOTCH iO woman. us tlrn-clas* laundress in private tam- U. . Hest reierenccs. Cali Monday ai ii£o Cottajio (*rove-av. SITUATION WANTED.—A COLORED O woman wishes wasninu: family wuaninz a .specialty. Thu best of city references. No. d ilub bard-court, basement. HURSES. SITUATION WAXTED-BY A GIRL as nurse ana assist in second work. Call at 7S i.oomls-st. SITUATION AVANTED-BY* (URL OF in to take care of two children or small babv tu a nice family. Cull in rear of Wab:ish-av. EjtPX.Oir -fEVT* Situations avanted families ne dine uuod Scandinavian or Herman reuiale help supplied at H. DCSiCrl’s otlice. l‘.<& Muwaukee. SITUATIONS WANTED-FOR GOOD kj sxirls of ail nationalities at my otlice. Alices. KitOuKS, -tJ7 Cottage tirovc-av. MISOEOLANEOn I *. SITUATION AVANTED-BY A YOUNG O Herman lady as governess. die la able to teach Herman. French. Finnish, and music. Best rexer encospiven. Address;rjjNorth Ilalstod-st. SITUATION AVANTED-BY A LADY accountant to ail kinds of office work, including use of t.vpe-wntcr; writes a rapid, plain hand. Ad dress (i ia. Tribune omce. SITUATION AVANTED-BY AN EXl’K riencod young lady; will work laiihfuliy tn in surance of real-estate ofhco tor fa per week; tlrst ciasa penman, and baa best of references, (i dS, Trib une oihce. OITUATION AVANTED-BY A YOUNG O lady o. res;»oDSibllsiy and trust Co accompany an invalid lady South tor the winter, orwoma be willing to cure lor and Ins.ruct young children. Will give references.- Address K .'sl. Tribune office. QITUATION AVANTED-BY A LADA'. O Best of references. A position of trust desired. No objection t.* reaving city toko south. Address U » i2J. Tribune oihce. SITUATION WANTED—BV A Co3lPE lent younz lady ns sienoznifiber and type-writer operator. Address Kl. Tribune innee. SITUATION WANTED—I!Y A LADY AS 'tenoixrapher and. type-writer operator. * F 3i Tribune omce. CIT UA TIUN WA XTED—'rtTljo r Tv’ kj hruUlery: imins cductittii m :i Northern moT*': In nil the iliilyryiu ili.-sirn.-. huvu inane iVaIS" 1 ’ rtudy ayiaus; am very iiuov; lire mod .taa.o yui-^y 1 *«!**» «*** w.'J SITUATION WASTED-KXXLAhy k_> "lib best city references, as ca-b.cr. ain um-«. l *“ j*r companion. Address .\KLLIC, South SITUATION \VANTEI)- V (TiJ\(TTT7I7 would like rt position as oorrospomlynt. cl7nll; or at iwnenil ollira worn. Kii.erio re ana references. Ad.lrcss 11::;. Tribune office e “ jJ SITUATION WANTED—rVS'cOJIpS" KJlonor teacher In prlvaie family ..r Ur-i4oL school hy a youn.- lady of excellent t.imity,“uSS In the best hnropcaii coheres, and thoroushiT dSS potent to tenet. rtiulUh. French. Cerman. ItSS"’ timl hivedi-H laneuajes. music, nnd mndern'es enres. lor references or further Intormuuen V.u . address .Mleri eIUXE i-IKUltt.iti;. lift seilawa^?* SITUATION WANTED-IX BFCFT K-? tion roomsnr dnishinc department of a Ju.l niiotoKruphKiiliery, by a lady of experience andahn* •O* AI reterenccs. Call or address 11, 122 wlvT Ciark-su: rtrst rtat. ■ *^ ort a SITUATION WANTED-BV AN AMErT c:»n widow, aced 2S, competent dressmaker keep bouse, or take enurae of turnbbed honV». V-! almost u stiancer in the fit.: buokkeenm*\Tts2z worK.or anvibniK: permanent work or home oeaifuble than blKh compensation. H *l. Tribune. ™ SITUATION WAXTED^VL\SFoS O experience, ability, and references, at sßorthJnT type-wrltiiiK. or Kencrai otbee work. Tribune office. _ ipiFloyjijjyy jscut: , & EMPLO VMENT BUBEAU—GEXErTT otticeof the International Kmoloyment lufl Wabusft-uv., comer ilarnson-sL, Cnlcaiw ill “* The only institution of the «tind in America air a chain of cilices in the principal cities, thus ainnr in« opportuiiuy to locate anywuero m the Unitz* . Suites and Canada. awff3 Great care win be taken In the selectionof »pt anus. Dressmakers and seamstresses cun be farnUhM »>n short notice. Business houses can be snooiiM with competent assistants of either sex for War crude of employment. Parties living out oCtheon should send stamp for circular. * HOUSEHOLD goods, Christmas card ; •me Colon Furniture Co- SK» and fiOS West Madison, at., have in stock si large line ot articles sultaDle for c IIRiSTMAS pubs KSi's. Gents* easy chairs fn great variety from £1.50 to Ladies’ patent rockers, sewing chairs, reception chairs, window chairs, rattan rockers, etc., etc. •Marble-top, wood-lop. and lib ary tab.es. Hassocks, biacklnc-ho.tes, brackets, book-shelves, etc. fancy chairs, tables, toy cradles, for the children. Tea sets in China and English ware, plain and dee* orated. An elegant cottage chamber suit'in blue, a charm* ins present. one old English set In maple, with square gloss, a roui. Besides a liner line than ever before of general HOUSEHOLD GOODS. All sold on our easy payment plan. rfc'Uuy what you want now and pay for them after tbehohdavs. UNION FCRNITCUE CO., 6UI and ao Madison-sL Open every evening to accommodate present-seek* ers. A FULL LINE OF FURNITURE. CARPETS. STOVES. ETC h new and used, for cash or on easy payments. GEORG E I’ARItV, lie* uud MU West Mouioe-SC. A LARGE STOCK OF GRANITE COF fecand tea pots, granite cook.ng utensils of all kinds. Saratoga potao-fryers. Hein’s broilers, oil stoves. Ac., at low prices. SEAVEV X CO.. 4bState-Bt. BARGAINS IN SECOND-UAND UO tel ramies and ‘t heating furnaces, but little used and warranted. SKAVKV HKUE, 171 Uacdolph-st. Cash paid fop used household poods: furniture of private residences par* ciiusod. Address W*SI Kast Van Bureij-st. D »an surer}*- O.VT BE HUMBUGGED -Bi advertisement*, dul straight tc XTOR FOLDING PAH LOR FOR Jj the new Monarch. the Umpire. and the Adrew's loldlnc beds uo to the Kmpire Parlor bedstead Co* >csl and Ifcci West Mudisjn-st. They are ** Headquar ters lop Koldun: beds.” See ihem- TT'UKXITUKE, CARPETS, STOVES, ETC, Jj AT LOW CASH I'IUCJSS, On easy payments. Splendid stock. Fair dealing. Open uveuuuts. j. w. & j. n. store r. SB SialC-St. FOU SALE—CHEAP, ONE HEATING stove and one cookimr-stove, bothmuoodor* der- Inquire at '£tl South Chirk-sc. FOR SALE—FURNITURE FOR LIGHT housekeeping; nearly as good as new. bought watt n view to elegance, convenience, und economyof room: the rooms ure In good block. hrst-ciass local* liy (West Side), and rent cheun. Uo not answer an* less ron have £lsj cash. Address G SO, Tribune office. For sale-2 no. ig argand stoves, I .Ni>. 12 Arcund siove.good us new, cbombersetts, oarpeLs, etc. Address 11 sT. Tribune office. For hot-air fur nnces; 2 No.!»ranees, with water-fronts; 1 cook stove: 5 parlor-stoves; nil used, but in good order, and put uirand warranted. SKAVEV A Co..4yaiate-at, EOR SALE CHAMBER-SETS. EAST payments. West Kandoluh-st. IP OR SALE TABLE CUTLERY—I JL? will oiler this week the greatest bargains ever known in tabic knives, carvers, moils, and desert knives; an Immense stock; great variety, a. W. WHKKI.EK, 111 la»kc-st. EOK SALE— ROGERS’ TRIPLE-PLAT ed knives at £2.75. Bargains in Borers’ spoons and forks. A. W. WIIKKLEIT, 141 Jgike-st. FOR SALE—A LARGE BASEBURNEK stove. at 2*2 East Erte-at. TTEADQUAUTERS FOR BARGALVS JLjL In m»-ultiire. carpets, stoves, crockery. und all household goods, and the new and improved folding parlor beds. Come and see the Empire, the Andre**, Burr, the Monarcli. und Boymgton folding parlor beds, from «15, f-2, *25, fk>, anu up. Houses furnished throughout at one day’s notice. AH goods for cash or on easy payments losulu We offer at great ro ducliou 2U>l chamber sets, inland up; ;iMJ parlor suits, Ji>s and up; l.un fancy and elegant easy chairs and patent rockers. £2 und up; 4UU heating sieves, ranges, and cook stoves, ft and up; .‘U.IMJ yards of carpeting. Mfcund up; must bo sold before .lan, I, to make ruoox lor spring stock. Take notice—Tuat we offer at lower price than the lowest a large *iock of Holiday Goods, namely— bookcase-*. $25: secretaries, 525: sideboards, f£; desks, #lUund up: hall-trees. fIU: library table*?* ?I2; nnirhtc-iop and fanev tables und stands, $1,12. ft, £5. and up; foot-rests. Si; music-racks, J 5: shppcr boxes, $:»; biacking-bo.xes, £2; etc., etc. Han’t pur chase till you see oar stock. Empire Parlor Bedstead Company, .’fal and 3SI West Madis<>n-st. T ARGE LOT OF SECOND-HAND HEAT-. I J ing and cook stoves and ranges fur sale cheap. THOMI'sUN, til Tweniy-jMfcond-st. KE BAIRS FOR STOVES 3LVNUFACT ured at Troy. Albany. Kochester, Cleveland, and elsewliere.atW. C. MLTZNKU's. 127 W. Hanodiph. CX—IRON AND STRING BEDS, COTS. *P*J cribs.auattresses; housekeepers, hospitals, and barns supplied. Chicago Iron Bed Co.. 42 Wells-st. CA ST- OFT? CLOTH IXG. ALli’TilKLAiiiES AN I )GENTLEMEN who wish to sell easl-off Clothing, carpels, nod bedding will do well by »etidlngr>rdur> to E. tlerscbel, 4121 State-sl. I will pa* 25 tier cent mpre than any other dealer in the city; don’t sell your fcast-off cloth* lag before you get an oiler from MIC or MiC?. ÜBB*- hdlh’l* hemumber the number. 422 Mate-st. Abetted place cannot be luuml in the city man at ,*770 jsuue-st,, where huhcs and gentlemen csm obtain the very hlzhest csish price for their cast-off clothlmr. Wedefycom petition acainst. all of them who claim to pay more than we do for the above. Addiess .MIC or MIW., ANDRFWr. and your orders will be attended with promptness and dispatch. A T AN DBE WS’—LADIES, VOLT CAN AJk hnd » tine stock of siik. satin, and casbmert dresses «T stU Urals. as zood as new. at one-half inalcnst. Call and see. at The Original Andrews J.oan Office. JIX2 Siate-so. oppoai.e Congress* Also* lew seal and mink sacques. Atbial is all we ask, to be convinced that we pay the highest price for all k.nd • of hue (atai-orrclomiaa. as dresses clou**, pants, corns, and vests. Addressuriztnal ANDUfc.\>~« sta*® un« Com:rc-s-sLs. - (T ,0 TIIIN G— L A DIE S AND centlemen. Ihave Just arrived from S>w buying up cast-oil clothlnz. and par New Vork prices, rieiise call or intorm mo by postal-card and I wi t call at your houses. UespectxuiJy, B. MlL.Cr.il. aut Fotith ClarK-sc. LAsniiEws, r,as state-st.. will • pay tiie highest cash price for ladies’and gen* lleuieu’s cast-oa Ciouunjr. carpets, household cdods Mi:, and mbs. a. flank, at "ra Mate-su will pay the hlubest price for la^ anu cen.lumen's isnu,-otl ciolhimf- Don’t lurget tuß number. f ■\\TANTED—FOB CASII-liY PBIVATE T T party. second cicthlnz. AddressMlttnllAiFS, dto south Clark-st- hooks. EDI! SALE—FULL NEW SET OF PlCT uresijue America: priceil«V AdareasF ud. Tnb* tiiie office, one week. - TAOB SALE—PICTUBESOUE A3IEKI jU ca, two tommes. erst edition; Turkey morroccp binding. _Call at Controller's office, ito.uu druy-H*A T O.\GFELLOW’S I'OETIGAL WOBK3, 2 JJ vuls., 4.0., morocco, new; agents arc sailing R lorfiu: onlyfi.V cIIAFIN'd touk-siore. . PICTUBE GABOS—IIEAUQUAIITEBS- I am selling them su wholesale prices. Tee on*/ .complete coilecUoo in the ci«y. No better CbrHioms ulit w» give the little «*nc- than a pack of pleiun. cauls. CJlAl'l.N’s llituiuiurv. - VFENNOB'S almanac fob issj, sj f centa. 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