Chicago Tribune from Chicago, Illinois on October 13, 1868 · 4
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DRY DODOS. Grand Opening Last Evening by Field, Letter & Co. Formal Occupancy of Potter Palmer’s New Startle Palace. A Dazzling Assemblage of Wealth, Beauty and Fashion. ’1 lie Gi cat Fashionable Even! of the Season Ciographlcal Sketches of Messrs. Palmer, Field and Letter. -iption of tlo lug.st Store ana tin Finest Building in America. An Immense Affair- 'i tu- formlopenlnsby Field, Letter J < o . "f {’oiler Pr.lmei's new matblc palace, ou the uirit.-r ~j Washington and State streets, last evening, was :Lo grandest affair ol the kind which t ver transpired, even in Chicago, the city of grand aflairs. The public was informed some lime since, through the columns of iue Triccse. c ft he fact that the premise? fo long ihc cynosure of admiring eve?, native and foreign, bad been rented to the popular proprietors of the largest and most fashionable dry goods bou«cm the city; and the fliu have been all agog with anticipation of the time whet the wide portals of the retail department should be thrown open, and an opportunity aforded f or a gorgeous revel in the mazes of inextricable finery. The attendance of wealth, beauty and fashion which assembled last evening to take the benefit of the grand opening was something unparalleled in Chicago's history, and the event was one long to be remembered. One woall have thought that the opening last night was an adjourned meeting of the ••Charity Gall,"jodginefrom the long line of carriages, filled with the cream of the avenues. The attractions were unnsnat—a dry goods store in a msrb’epalacc,and in a new dress at that. Enough ;(r turn almost any female head. It was the first ut a S .. rit,s of grand affairs destined to transpire it. the course of Chicago's progress, and, as the inauguration of an era, deserves especial notice. POTTER PALMEK. h sc.'ms indispensable, tn connection with the u-moval o! the wealthiest Srm of Chicago into the finest business palace in America, that some alio* -ion should be made to ‘the life and fortune*? of the owner and proprietor of this gorgeous adornment to Chicago's architectural urandcu’-. Potter Palmer ha- 1 unquestionably done more than Miiy other cltiren of Chictgo, not oa’y tobuiU up its trade, but also in the erection of substantial improvements and in the projection ol liberal plane for the permanent benefit of the city. 2e is calk'd the ** Father*’ of th** project lor widenin': street, which originated with him. and from bin na< received unremitting encoarajrracnt and support, lie would make State street the !sroad*vay of Chicago, not less by the widec- process, than by the character of the stract un-f he would have it contain; and of bis iuten; ion- in this direction ample proof has already been atToidcd. The bulk of bis Chicago rial estate is located on this street, covering a frontage over thrce-Quancrs of a mile io length. This uropertv was purchased by him about two years iii-y, at a cost of upwards of $3,009,03.'), ar, d. at a mr-crate valuation, .s now worth nearly twice mat rum. W hat its value will be twenty years v.culo, at Chicago's present rale of progress, can m nrrdy be estimated. >o better idea ofhis jmsi. t ion relative to contemplated improvements can »v gained than by a recent conversation with a fnend. in the course of which Mr. Palmer re-larked that the building of the marble palace bad given him great pleasure, not merely from lb** profitableness of the investment, but in the -ati-fuclioa of having coatribikcd this structure toward thesidornmeat ol a city in which had been !iid the scene of Lis prosperity; and he isirther remarked that his ambition for the improvement of Chicago was not yet gratiled, but he should continue to hulld and ornament the . it", intending -oon to construct a hotel which -hall bear Uis name, and shall, to say lUc least. i;c t be inferior to any on the cm inent K PEBsONN-L AND CUAKiCTEiISirr?. Jo personal nppearaoci -oUTi'dlmer Ioik*(o ji', precisely what be is, a successful bu-ines? :n:in. whose battle with the world ha? le?t the Loc<«ralie scars of added seriousness. and but little else, to indicate that the struggle ha* worn upon him. In height h; stands fall sis feet, slender and erect; in mre, about forty years; and, •ave the slight sprinkling of «rray in his beard, looks not a day older; hair lirown and curly; ;oreh?ad wide and full. with indications of cau* non. orudcnce and sagacity folly developed: eyes •>l a hazel hue which imparts a pleasant cast to iLc otherwise serious conntcnance: nose we,l shaped and regular, though not nudnlv prominent ; the lips and chin a study, a puzzling combination of sternness, strength oi purpose and n-Eneroent. together with an appreciation of the good things . i creation. The latter, however, is by no means a leidmg trait, for there can be seen on his well-preserved jihy*'njut no traces of aught but temperate and judicioup ’ moderation Looking at the -jure, elegant figure of Potter Palm r, one would nut he apt at once to recognize one of the most Micccssfu! business men of the age. for he is voting yvt, and lacks the f'lihonpolnt and comnh •. vi’t, rubicund aspect which characterize the id>:; millionaire; hot, taking bis features in clotai there is no inconsistency, nothing to contradict hit character as it is. BOW HE SPLKOS Hi? TIME. Posprs-cd of a vast fortune, and personally oct upicd in supeivUing the ccipi ymeut thereof in ‘•u?inc?s Improvements, Potter Palmer's habits would naturally be thought to be almost exclupi-cly business’habits, i-nt this is by no means ihe case. How to manafc millions and find time irr the ordinnrv pleasure- oj mortals, would tmzi:lv mort men. Perhaps it puzzles Potter Palmer: whether it does or not. be ccr.ainly fl'dstimc. Bachelor thoul- he is. It does not follow that he , xdndes Ihe -orutv of ladies. On the c Jntrary, the fair ones claim a reasonable share of hlsat- tention at the opera. -» the drawing-room, and on public occasion- in general. Why he remains tingle, save hlm?elf, no one cun tell, uuiessto surmise that ara:rs iui him) more absorbing have prevented his ertcringthc blessed stale, lie is friendly and aflitble in sucicty; sententious :»nd laconic in business. Delight in horseflesh is n noticeable trait, and he turns out the most rlaj-hlng four-in-hand in th» city, ou frequent occasions managing «he reins bltn-clf, and evidently eniovingibe fport augely. Be is a liberal pa*ron of'the turf, and puts in a frequent aopearance at the Uoxtcr Tark races. -Itbough cn rivaling bat few intimate iriends. he is known among these a- a valuable companion nod g-ncrotw friend, lie is an incessant worker, amt hts prominent charr.ctrristio-mat be summed np as indastrv, great foresight undmdunutuble energy, in liberality toward public nPd private charmcs he is t>y no mean?recusant, as the quadruple figure opposite hia name on many u subscription list will show. BA- XT B.BTORT. Toiler Palmer If a native of Albany Count**, >tw York. *-is parents were Quakers, duct and uncompromising, and the little farm they tilled was made, by close ccoHomy and prudent management, to viefd its ms- imnm of support to the lamilvaiTd profit at the end oftae year. Of the bov. Potter's vicissitudes in planting com, hoeing potatoes, etc , we know bat little ; suffice It that tile fir«t and only longing? were to become a merchant. and at tne age of eighteen he obtained the consent of Friend Palmer to exchange the pitchfork for the yardstick, and accepted a citnation at Durham, Greene fonptf, as a clerk In the employ of Hon. Piatt Adams, with whom he remained for three years, developing bitch a degree of business tact and sagacity, that, dnrin~ the last venrofuis connection with Mr. Adams, he was vested with the entire charge of the affr‘rs of the store. At the age of twenty one he had succeeded in scraping together three thousand dollars, which was the nucleus of his subsequent rccuoiulationF. With this sum splits capital be rntcred business for himself at Oneida, where he remained (or a time, and then proceeded to Lockport, from whence, after having operated on his own account lor three years. HC CASE TO CHICAGO. n aching this point in 1852, with a capital of sri.ift' in gold and bank notes, constituting hia entire possession. After looking about for a time, he opened a retail cry goods store at the building No. TJ7 Late street, where bis busi es*prospered through ibe growth of the city and his own skill and capability. In 1357 be removed into the store adjoining, remaining there until bought out, when be transferred hi* nowlarge and rapidly Increasing bu-ineFS. meantime having added a wholesale department, to Nos. 112,114 and 11C Lake street, the ‘■stablishment just vacated by hia successors. Field, LelterA •o. Here, with Increased room and added tacilltlea,hls bu-ine?s rapidly Increased until, within twelve jears after beginning here with a capital of f 5,000. the energy, perseverance and fair dealing of Potter Palmer bid male his the largest dry goods bouse in Chicago. rOTTEIt PAIJCBH AND THE WAR. •Ibcbfcinnirr of the war of the rebellion found him possessed of an immense stock in trade, and hi? consummate judgment foresaw the inevitable result of the war—an enormous rise In price* of goods of every description VVtth nnlimited credit at the East, and controlling, besides, avast amount of ready capital, he at 'ouce set about nnkine ttc must of the situation In connection with his business here. Mr. Palmer operated largely in »w York, purchasing almost fabulous hills of goods. and in many cases realizing enormous profits without removing the consignments from the custodv of their former owners. Not hein*’ In the • or>"fldcncc of -Vr. Palmer, wc arc ua- particolarlre as|-o>»pcclal transactions; wc only know that mamlr through these nm(firmly sulcctslul business operation*, in New York and Chicago, his vast fortune has been acf-nired, m::trld fbok business. InlWli Potter Palmer retired from business, fcclllnc out bis stock to Messrs. Field. Letter and others, and only retaining a special interest in the business through bis brother, Milton J. Palmer, whom be ln.Lalk-d as a partner. Upon leaving the dry goods trade he at once invested hcanly In Chicago teal estate: a?, la fact, he had done more or less, during bis farcer in this city, plaii.V forcfe* ing the rlze and importance which • was detuned to attain. Potter Palmer's btuine«« career has been a truly.remarkable one. •'{ in tiMTcin*’ Hie at the age of twoaty-oae. with lint three thousand doPars of capital—and this the resnll of unwearying Industry and careful .. L-onomv- be I? to-day beyond question the po.»- t . c , tC r of a larger fortune than is owned nr any nriicf his age In Am ricaas the icsnlt of per* rtViiul entstavors. FIEL’\ LKITEUi CO. fm of Field. U'lteri • 0., is compn-cd of V-r-’ ill Held. L.Z. Lclnr. Henry Field. U. J. ilVu" and L. G. * oodhouse, the iwn Cral named ln-:r.** the active, managing menbe-s, and th* ether three bolding a wotklng Interest by reason rf ion-connection with the Arm as employes. M-e business history of Messrs H-ld and Letter CM of pernlisr interest, as showing how, from ..i-llbr'-uinlngs and through various viclYtt*tdcs, ihVfcnnbasattaine: to its present position of walthand strength. We shall not enter Into detail? concerning the life v < ricrn drv goods princes, further than to briefly M!ow them until they became connected n« pan- Mr.-, after which they must he mentioned Jointly. BIOISKtKOS. „ . Marshall Field was bom iu Conway, Mass , in the ►rrinc of IXi 3, and Mr. Letter In Letterburg, Washington • ountv, Md., in the fall of 1&3I, their ages varying but slightly, and both being still in ibe prime of life. The parents of both were tn moderate cln umstances, and both served appreo•.ictrhlps as dry goods clerks tfr. Letter came to ( bicago In the fall of lb VI, and entered the dry goods house cf Down* A Van Wyck as a clerk, and. after remaining with them something over a vrur. in the spring of IBS') went with Cooley, \Vadeworth & Co. lie remained in this house through various changes and stages of advanc:- ment until 1801. when the firm was changed to Farwull. Field & Co., Mr. Letter becoming a pinner. Mr. Field reached Chicago In January, 1951, and at once obtained a clerkship with Cooley. Wadsworth & Co., where hit future partner was rlready installed as a clerk, and where. In 13ftI. tbe latter become a oartner In the bu«in-e«, Mr. Field having been the first to obtain an Interest to the Gnu. From this time forth their individuality ceases, :.cd as a firm their fortunes became Joined. For nearer a year they devoted their energies to the work. Adding vigor and system to their business, which increased and prospered in consequence. Cn tbe 31st of December, 1861, Messrs. Field & Letter sold out their Interest In, and withdrew Item, the firm ot Parwell, Field Jt Co. and immediately nought the stock of goods held by Potter Palmer, taking in his brother, M. J. Palmer, as a pv lncr, under the firm name of Field. Turner * r 5 ! r C . ?“ ,BCC M. J. Palmer retired, and, adding tnclr falthfm and valued employee .m ■ cor j I* icid, tiling and Woodhouwi the firm name became what it now is. Field, Letter A • -o. CR .wth *sd rnoant-irr. Sobaeouentto 1565, the hlslory of the Arm has bten ODv of advancement and prosperity acldoat pur,mserc in legitimate nusine-**. ThMronly reverve was during the first fourmonthp after parxhasmg the immense stock of Potter i'almer. Yb- war drew steadily to a clf'sc from January, IfGT*, to April, and prices of dry good* tumbled down, i ovrr, down, bringing In their train the rota of hundreds of wealthy firms all over the country. Within the period of four months. Field, Palmer A Letter goffered a los« of nearly three hundred thousand dollars, solely from deprccl tlun In mine. The blow staggered liut did not floor them. With that consummate ’oreiigbl ami Judgment tor which they live ;pln-<t n national reputation, the hrm at once settled upon Us plan ol action, and ac'ion was precisely wh.t they settled npon. No effort was spared \jo push their business forward and turn into money their depreciated stock, con-lantly purchasing more, until, as they had rightly predicted, the return of the arntv to private life.wflics in pocket, so stimulated business throughout the entire North, that, at the close of 1 Wi. Field, Palmer A Letter had col only fought off the threatened rnin, but had also realized a handsome profit for the year, and now stood upon an Impregnable basis, with cresit unimpaired, and a greater trade than ever before. From that time forth the firm has enjoyed uninterrupted prosperity, until today the dry goods house of Feld, Lcher & Co. stands third in the United States, the hou-cs of Clufliu ana Stewart, of New York, being the only cues who outrank them in the volume of business transjcted. ihc sales ofPicld. Loiter A *'o„ for JSCt. amounted to S7,(XK>,(XOi those of ISC3 will reach, m round numbers, S:o.Ooo,CKrt—a total, for four vc:.rs, of upwards of $f16.000,0y.'. TUB IHJILDiNO. This imposing structure. Hit interior of which is If, W (urt described in detail, in connection with hensrs to which it is t> be applied, deserves even a (niter description than our space permit* of giving, though It would seem almost uuncccssaiy to say much of a building, which, owing to its central, commanding position, has been already seen and admired by so many Chicagoans and strangers from abroad. 'J he ground owned by Poller I’almcr.at the cornerot State and Washington streets, lias n frontage of one hundred and sixty feel on the former, and one hundred and fifty'ou the latter thoroughfare. On this land two stores arc U be erected, one of which has Juft dcfu commenced, and which occupies one hundred feel of the frontage on State street. *1 he second, third, fourth amfefth stories arc con- slrcctcd of white marble brought from the celebrated quarries at Cawiun. Connecticut, and casting $.00.00n. 'ibefionlsof the first storv arc Corinthian columns, silicon inches In diameter, 'ihe fronts are decorated with six marble balconies, each one twenty-six feet in length, nod with eight cicbteen feet long, supported on decorated consols with ma.-bu.- t-aiuetradcs of a very elaborate pattern. Übe building Is surmounted with a noble Mansard roof, seventeen feet high, and which combines with modern convenience many of the decorative attractions of ancient detail. The height of the basement is fifteen feet; first story. dghietn; second story, fifteen and a half: third story, fourteen and two-lhlrde; fourth story. tHirteen and a third; filth story, twelve and two-thirds, mating with the roof a total elevation of one hundred end six feet and two inches. The balconies, which have been nrevicuOy mentioned, in addtiontothflr value as ornaments, cart a shadow upon the deeply recessed windows below. They arc recessed two feet, and are relieved by pilasters. 'ihc windows arc of olate glass, sit feet wide, and fourteen feet ami nine inches high The entire cos*. ot the structure. Including certain fixtures in the inner arrangement, has been nearly thtcc hundred thousand dolia a. Tul T.NTEUI & AtmaNGEMESTS. £ any people have amused themselves, during recent years, in attempting to guess at the causes ot the prosperity of Chicago, and m trying to get at the reasons for her gain in commerce and in population- They have ascribed this derelopmct t toberposUioa,toherrallro;ds,to constant pairing, ana to a dozen other things. But it Is very rarely that ctcdit 13 given to one or the greatest c‘uses of her advancement, and that the merchants the enterprising business men of this city, receive the credit which la due them for their devotion to the Interests of Chicago, and for ihflr correct appreciation of the way Jn which these interests were to he furthered and nursed into aLcalthy growth. It is owing to them that Chicago has become a central point for fad**, and that ike dealers ol the Northwest look no longer to the seaboard for their goods, but obtain tbo product.-* of European cr Eastern inaminictoriv* Irom blcngo merchants ascncflplyas from Xtw York ones. tVe owe much to oar location, bm more to those onrcrprislig citizens. >o. when we speak of the prosperity, the flourishing condition ofuuv of our great sreicantile houses. we are not merely describing them, we are also making them some slight return for what they have done, and we show that we are aware of their efforts, itds therefore a matter of public interest and of public ■tide, when a Arm like that of Field, Leitcr & Co., caves the place it has long occupied and is compelled hy it* Increasing business to move into, and to use from gjnet to ba«emcnt, a building like the one recently erected hy Potter Palmer, at the corner of State and Washington streets. This is a thing gratifying to ns all. The success of this house, which Is now the third in importance of the wholesale drv goods establishments in America, has been won not only by the ability of its members r but b? a persistent adherence to the rule originally laid down, of selling goods at extremely low prices and for cash onlv. In order to be enabled to carry out this first mentioned rule,’he various articles composing their stock are procured ditectly from the European or the American manufacturer.*, in larjc quantities, for cash, and thus all tub profits ot middle men arc saved. Their lorcign goods arc of their own importation, belling for cash as the. do, thus avoiding all bad debts, they are enabled to save the freight between here and the Bast, and thus to offer goods j««t as cheaply as Is done at the seaboard. It was owing to an adherence to these rules that Field, Loiter & Co. found that It was almost out of ttn ir power to carry oh business In their quarters on Lake street, which wore rapidly becoming 100 smalt for them, and they began looking around to see whore they could move. Fortunately at about the same time Potter Palmer had seirod the idea of building, at the corner of State and Washington streets, the best store in the world. The work was pushed forward with rare cucrgv by all employed on It, and as It advanced Messrs. Field & Loiter saw that it would answer their purposes admirably, and leased it for a moderate rental considering the great advantages and conveniences obtained. A few days ago it was essentially completed, and the lessees began the work of transferring themselves thither irom Lake street. One week ago the wholesale department was in the new L-uildinp. Between six and twelve o'clock on raturday eight the retail department was moved there and was prepared for the grand opening of last night, Ihe removal was carried on without tbc slightest interruption to business, closiugouc night on Lake street and opening the nest morning on Mate street It is unnecessary here to describe tbc cj tenor appearance of Palmer's new building. It has bev-u seen and admired bv a majority of oar citizens, und one can gel a ’fair idea of ’ll only Dy a personal examination. Of the interior more can be said, and less is known, and we therefore propose to describe hncily, commencing with tne sixth and uppermost story, the way in which Field. Letter & Co., are utilizing the amount of room placed at their dispo-al. *i Lis sixth door, which Is all in one room, one hundred and one lect by one hundred and (lily and a half—the siz; of all the r -oms excepting the larger basement one—is used solely for packing purpose?. Here all the goods consigned to country dealers n*e boxed and prepared for shipment, alter which they are lowered to the ground floor, to accomplish which there are a couple of steam elevators, running from basement to garret, rnd of such strength that an Immense sate, weighing three tons, was aafely lifted on one of them, on this same floor arc hollers containing thirty hogsheads of water, which, with the steam pumps in the basement, would doubtless drown any incipient Arc. THE nr>ll FLOOR. The fifth floor is at present occupied by pile l * of boxes ol goods received, but it will not' be long before a warehouse will have to be erected for their nccommodaiion, and the space thus gained will be used as a wholesale salesroom. IBE FOURTH FLOOR. The fourth floor Is given up entirely to “notions," and it is noticeable that this hou-e does a larger trade in article? classified under that head than any boose that make? a specialty of dealing in them. Upon the long counters arc heaped np ample supplies of Balmoral?, hoop skirt?, scans, perfumery. ho?iery, and the countless articles called fancy goods. This floor, like the one below. Is divided into two departments, each one with its head, who Is responsible but io the Arm, and who has the exclusive control and management of fats special nrovince. Here It is that one first has an .opportunity fairly to notice one of the tilings which makes this the bestbnildineoftUuktndin this country, that I?, the admirable manner in which it is lighted. 1 banks to the windows on three of the four side?, and to the hicb celling?, it 1? possible to see ah- FOiately the color of any article in any part of the mom?, and no clerk is compelled to take apiece ol goods and carry it irom his desk to a better lighted portion of the loom. Good light, that groat necessity of such an establishment, has been fully secured, THE THIRD FLOOR. The third floor Is given np to cloves, white rood?, linens, woollen cloths, caesimere?, flannel?, dankels.ctc. THE EITOSD FLOOR. On the second floor are (be staple cotton goods, dress goods, silks, mnslins, Ac. Here also are tic wholesale office, the private office of the firm, and the offices of the beads of departments. The first floor I? purely retail, and contrasts admirably with the cramped and darker Lake street quarters. Yet it was soon found that this, large as U is, would not accommodate the retail trade, and hence the front part ol the basement had to be nsed foi the sale of flannels, cottons, 4c. This basement, which extends eo far under the sidewalks on every side as to be about one hundred and twenty-six feet by one hundrtd and ninety, is finely lit, and no person caa object to making purchases there. now crons ARE DANDLED. In the rear of this room arc tbo two engines which work the elevators for goods, to which another 1? now being added on which persons may he conveyed, thus saving their customers the trouble of climbing up long flights of stairs, ami making tho imlrc-Duilaing one vast floor Here tco are the boilers by which the building is heated with steam—no stove being used on the premises—and the steam pump to be u?ed in ease of fire. A poition of the space is also used for the storage of goods. To lacllUate handling the Immense quantities of goods arriving daily, a chute is being constructed leading from the basement to ttae alley in the rear, so lha* the entire load of n wagon can be Instantly placed in the basement store-room, and trom lienee distributed by the steam demons to the departments to which they belong. INFORMAL OPfiKISU The informal opening, for purchasers, took place at 10 o'clock yesterday lorcnoon. Long before the appointed time large numbers of people crowded about the edißce, and, when the doors were opened, mere was a perfect rash. In a few m'notes hundreds of sight seers were scattered over every port of the capacious building, and cverv counter was lined vvlilx purchasers. A nild*oav view of the establishment gives a true idea cf its genuine worth. At night, when the tfcoussnd-and-one ga« jcb» throw their light upon the scene, the eye, blmded by brilliant Bar* . - roundings, Is apt to convey false Impressions. Kiagniucfni ** The cstaokshment can afford to be seen In day. Th * light It will lore nothing bv any real comparieon. It Is superior to anything in the coantry, and that ought to suffice. *i be goods were all arranged rn tludr respective shelves In the nicest ordcr,cvcrjthingl«oked soneat and tasteful that | It was a cliecrful sight to look npon. The hmi- I : dred* of clerk* wenr all in their places, looking , ! their bert, tnd the lady cleika Isoked their very : sweetest. I 1 Obec;oakand shawl dopnrtranit* received the i 1 greatest amonnt of attention from the lady visit- ; on*, and their surprise and delight at the wonderful and beautiful garments and coverings on exhibition was expressed in the most cx'ravagant terms. How high and airy aic the monster salerooms; bow licantlfnlly is everything finished: what perfect harmony and unity was observed in making each part conform totbegen, cralwhc lc. Such establishments arc a delight to the eye, and a profit to the parse, since no obscure light gives a fictitious value In any part of the monster edifice. It Is apr dtgy of light. All day long hundreds continued to throng about the building, and at one time in the afternoon it was crowded in the retail departments to a degree of discomfort. A fabnlou* amount of goods were told during the day, and everybody connected with the establishment was put ’to his or her utmost to meet the demands of the deluge of customers. the best of order, and a most complac system for the comfort of both buyer and teller will prevail at the counters, and the treasnrv desks arc so arranged that there will be none of’ the ordinary bustle of running hither and tnithcr ol the youths that oscillate between sales- , man and cashier. i THE FORMAL OPSNISO. > ' The formal opening last evening was a grand ] success. In the matter of attendance It could not t hove been greater, for hundreds thought the J building too crowded for any degree of comfort, i *r.d admired the sight d scene* from the aide- i walk and street- No institution in Chicago, I whatever Its character, ever drew so large an , i assemblage together at Us opening. Politically i speaking, U was a spontaneous outpouring of Ihe « people, come to view styles and fashions. As has titvn said before, the enormous edifice, from basement to garret, was crowded to discomfort and the opportunities for anything like a careful re- 1 view were but limited. 1 lUStASIES. t , ~ 1 It is to be taken for granted that the ladies i were largely in the majority at the opening last evening. On this occasion they came not so much to be seen as to see. With what a critical eye a woman reviews everything that comes la buv wav within her peculiar domain, and what m I leld. Letter & c o'a.doce n:kt Here a bevy o* the liveliest would be congregated about a n Dutiful display of Sultana silks, and what woman, with a woman's heart, docs not sneak in terms of ccslacy of these gorgeous fabrics. Another knot would ove-flow with admiration over beautiful champions, while a third was absorbed ovtrpoplm plaids. THE ‘•CB-.XODBTIDE. If an inquiring lady acquaintance should ask her friend, “Oh, Julia, where did yon get that superb shawl t" Ibe reply will be, *•* At Field & Letter's, my dear." There Is not such a place to do a little tr a great deal of shopping in UieQroit Week "c congratulate the Chicago ladies upon their rare gcod foitnnc. '/hoy bare good cause now to thank Cod that (her arc not as other cities are— for instance, like the dear creatures of < inclnmill ami K(. Louis, nnd other suburban villages. In (act. New York cannot boast such a gorgeous palace for the display of dry goods as that of i otter PalmcrV, and even Lord x t'aylor, iml A, i. Stewart, the great, himself, mast hide their diminished heads and acknowledge the supremacy inthclr peculiar lines, at all events, of the Uarocn City Although for several days thousands of our citizens and citlzcncsscs have viewed the inside and the outside of this chief pride of Chicago's architecture aud given to it unqualified praise and admiration, vet last ni"ht was the night of all nights to see it In all ITS OIUiIOBDUAIOJ JCsdSIPTCKSOB. Brilliantly lighted from garret to basement, it Flood out in bold relief to the mere shanties, which, to speak comparatively, surrounded it. It looked palatial falrv-ltke, and, for all the world, as ifit had bt.cn brought into existence by the magic stroke of an enchanter. The illuminated dead lights encircling it on the west and south cast a land and subdued light upon the bam of the building; but these ntdergroond rays bad no sooner reached the surface of the earth than they were driven back, so to spea-, bythedaz:l ngnnd all powcifal raTF.omhtcdfrom.hundreds ofgas ;<cls on the first floor which, bursting through the immense and magnificent window panes .flashed across the street, making the opposite sidewalk ns light as day and facilitating the pit king np or a pin, if there happened to nr astray one on the sidewalk, by a passing pedestrian as much as iu the full glare of the middi> sun. Story after story,until ihe heautifoland t::stctul French dormer windows of the attic were reached, was illuminated In the same way. To admirers of Ar.CTIIJECinUL BEAUIT, lost evening, roust have aflordcd a rare opportunity for cnjoMnent. Corinthian columns, marble pilasters, b.ilcot leu with their clear cut and beautiful balustrades, pilaster curiously carved and of snowy whiteness, were so hroasbt out as lo remind one oftbc Alhambra by moonlight or the production of the genii in the time of Uaroun Alraecbld. Then, the moving throngs of men and women, who, (tressed in the very styles eo lately and graphically described by our lashion contributor. promenaded the sidewalks, gave an animate.* appearance to the scene. 10X0 USES OP CA*BIAOEf, consisting of barum-hcs, landaus, phxtons, clarences, and ever; conceivable style or fashion* able conveyance, were drawn up on either side oi Mate street, between Washington nod Randolph. 1 be drivers on their high seals bud to wait long and patiently, for their oflfnera were boora and hours in cxammingtbc treasures within the pal* ace. and it was nearly midnight before many of them were satisfied with feasting their eyes upon the gotd things within the building. THE RETAIL DEPARTMENT. Ibis department occupies the ground floor, together with a portion of the basement, the walls being beautifully frescoed, wainnt counters, low shelving neatly furnished, and every fixture of tas'cTcl style and elegant finish. Upon entering from state street, the eye is met with a vast expanto of goods artistically displayed. An sttendant politely directs the purchaser to the desired department. and one soon begins to feel at home in the spacious establishment. After talcing a brief survey o! the wares exhibited, the visitor's glance will light npon °omc especial allraclion, and it will be strange If he or she be not irresistably drawn toward that portion of the store where aic'dltplayird the »PKP. There are varieties and novelties most interesting to be seen here. In new designs, imported by field, Ixiter A Co., were noticed some beautiful satin striped silks, plain and embroidered, of black and sultana, Aletlemlch and ether colors, flower* in purpte, sea-let and straw, at f*J per yard. A moon-on-thc-lakc silk embroidered in green, pink and scailet, at |ti. Chnmeitons. in BismatK and black, BUraark and Tridci, Acclre and creisse. fd-.V) and 50. A shot silk,basket pattern. at {B. An embroidered robe in ruse and w hile at $125; another, Mettemich and white, SISS; n alre and white, £125; black ground, with b'ack aid Jet embroidery, very handsome, at £ins. New styles < f satin do Leons, double fac*», at $4.73 to ?0.25 ycr yard, some fine gros grains In colors at jc*. In black at $-12. CLOAKS. The cloak department of the establishment has been arranged on a very extensive scale and is fitted up nnu filled out with the proper articles in magnificent style. A finer and more varied assortment has undoubtedly never been seen tn C hicago. The space set aside for the display and saleol these very necessary garments is in the north* astern con or of the store, and is divided from tberest by a railing. This space is beautifully carpeted and fitted up with a stand of the most elegant largc-stzcd mirrors. It is a cosy little nest, and will certainly prove a favorite resort with the ladies. The department is superintended by a number of efficient young ladles, who take a great delight in explaining all too little curlomaglgs attached to stupid reporters. One of them desires to make his acknowledgements. There arc so many ofdlt'crent textures and slvlca that It bothers one where to begin First,’,to epetk of cloaking goods. there are striped plushes In all colors, lambs’ wool cloths in all colors, including sultana. flame, orange. Ac. In cloak J , one that attracted a good deal of attention was of the finest velvet, in s.icquc form, with an ovcrcapc of velvet, looped In the back with a sash of elegant black silk, 'the edge was finished with hcantifni crochet fringe about eight inches deep. A striped pln«h Bedouin opera cloak received its full share of attention. I*. was trimmed with a handsome cord and tassels to match. Then there were elegant cloaks, trimmed with sable fur; seal elans of the most expensive sort, columbiers shaped of royal purple cloths trimmed with black satin, in a very elaborate style; black and while Astrochans, fall set-. In opera cloaks there is a splendid assortment, in sock and Colleen Bawn styles, made of plushes, valours, and velvet clothe, many of them trimmed in colors. Arabian shapes there arc also in abundance. Likewise a largo assortment of Moscow beaver, in different styles. A majority of the cloaks affect the panier. 'I his department also contains a large and beautiful assortment of children’s cloaks; genuine furs, suitable for street and evening wear. In honse-.iarkels all ladles are interested, and of these the establishment contains both a large and an elegant usfOrtmenl. They arc in every color, and itordered br hand. These Jackets attracted more than ordinary attention, and the like of them, the ladles exclaimed, had never been seen. The shawl department, adjoining the cloak department, embraces the entire catalogue of this article. H contains camel's hair or Persian cashmeres, varying in price from SIOO to fl.-tJO; Palslev’s', ranging from sls to $175; point bee. from SEO to $300; ordinary chashmcre, some at a very low figure; every description of wool shawl, both long and square: black Thibet?, both long and square, and beautiful grenadines. Also, an immense assortment of Prairie Male shawls, manufactured at Lacon, 111. These shawls are considered in no way inferior to the best ifastcrn make, and have an extraordinary sale. Or there Is a splendid variety, of the costliest fabrics and richest hues. This department is in the immediate vicinity of the shawls, and In many respects may be considered an adjunct. There are uNo iMrautiful piano covers of ordinary and tnc best qualities, and damasks, that put the ladies Into raptures. Of these a number of the most costly and elegant were on exhirition, uud excited the unqualified admiration o( the ladies. It would be an Interminable task to mention alt or even many o! ibe iuo'c prominent In detail A few deserve special mention One was of green and black striped, irljuincd with green and black striped satin; biased flounce of the same material, headed with fold* of the striped satin to match. Another &ulf was composed of a gold and black striped underskirt, trimmed with biased fold? of the same material: the upper and overgarment made of rich black silk and trimmed with a rich silk fringe, finally, we would mention a striped shot silk, panlcr-shaped, trimmed with biased folds of green silk, and finished with a fringe to match Underneath the panlcr a deep flounce drooped with rosettes. Fere are new and lashionablc shades of eeriest, maize, rose, Metternich green, tiultan, garnet, etc., and at the right of these the fancy dress goods, among which were noticed some elegant cashmere rones. In Ibis line some novelties of marvellous beauty and grent Interest are shown, among them French diagonal twills, with broad hands at the aide: French meltons: tanada gray colors, with broad stripe; English diagonal?, plain, for suits; ticotcb tweeds-in groat variety, for suits, green and brown predominating: French cassiraeres. grav. broad stripe; same, gold, blue and gray mixed, with broad nlue band, very tasty; Eibcnf light, with stripe; Ililgefs chinchilla?, all colors; piques. granites, trecos and crapes, all colors: English serge coating, plain, diagonals and figures; beavers and English and French broadcloths in endless variety—all the above novel and ncaU T.IKIN GOODS. At the extrme left arc the linens, among which were remarked pome admirable design? of ticotch manufacture. Two sets represented, one a hunting scene, with horses. dogs, etc., and the other a game scene, woodcock, quail, pheasants, rabbits, etc.—napkins and doylies to match In each case. Donnie damask cloths in sets, and damask towel?, were rich and elegant. RIBBONS, LACE?, EIC. Here arc novelties and new styles, satin rtobon. plaid and stnpcd; sash ribbons of new patterns: shaded styles very handsom': satin and plain slk of the fashionable shades. In the way of fanev dress trimmings there are some pretty and tastc.nl designs. Among the laces was noticed a teal guipure net at $6 per >ard, for capes, overskirts. etc. with trimmings to match: fichu capes, ready maqc; inserting net* with colored spot?; new’design? in lace tidies; fine lace cmbioldcrvd set?, etc., all worthy of especial attention. OLOTTf. Hv StERT AND VNDEBWXAB. A fire lot of ffttcr cloth gloves, for fall and winter wear, new style? and fashionable colors were neat and attractive, and the kids were fault, !«»?, of course. In the way of hose, there are new varictUs, such as Paris, Prince of Wales, Balbrig* gas. silk and opera hote, fleecy lined. Ac. In underwear for ladu-p, children and gentlemen there is great variety. GIbILEMD’S TCBSIHIWa OOODS. A new department, ard one not usually found in a dry coeds stcre, that of gentlemen's famishing goods, has hern added, and occupies a prominent place toward the front, A splendid collection of ciavate, scarfs atd neck-tics, among them a norcltv called the Norwood watch guard, are to be found heic. Including some extra fine Cardigan jackets, ibis department will doubtless prove popular. ik mt saamKT. the admirable arrangements of which, as to light, dc ventilation, etc., are alluded to elsewhere. may be cv found the print", Danne s, blankets and other sta- co pie goods. Ibe apartment is spacious and airy, in nnd will prove by no means the least attractive ha portion of the establishment. al f! A raagnlflcmt Furniture Display** The large biickbuilding to the north of Palmer*# Palace, occupied by Mr. Charles Tobey, manufacturer end dealer in fine furniture, bedd'ng, mlr- M rors, Ac., was also elegantly il.aminated on last *;< evening. Chinese lanlcms hung penda* tin par- all cl liner from even- story, and their variegated cc : colmsand bri'ltant light produced a very pleas- tr ing effect. The interior of the building was also __ ! Illuminated, setting od to great advantage the I stock of elegant furniture on the ground and sec; ond floor. nl ; i*r lobev is the largest furniture dealer this ' side of New York citr, and probably can exhibit the largest assortment of stock in his line, of any similar trader In the United States. He has been In bl« present location for three ytara, and Is well Ti known throughout the Northwest. For some ft lime pact no one who consult? stvle atali thought m of gelling married In Chicago without haring his £ house furnished by Mr Tobey. He is a? mnch Cj a rin qua non In the house tarnishing business as Field. Loiter & to. are to the dir poods line pi Mr. Tobey ha? never had a formal opening of cl hi? great fhrnltnre depot, and on last night, either >5 following the example of bisneighbor In the marble block, or. as he naively remarked himself, “ out of respect for Christopher Columbus, be ” threw open bis doors to an admiring public. Atd £ the admiring public responded to bis invitation . right palhntlv. From seven until twelve his *' store was thronged with beauty and fashion. To gel up stairs was a great labor by reason of the " crowd, who were dei-rmmcd to have a P glimpse al the rare and beautiful furniture ” displayed on the second flooi before vou did But •* even It one bod to progress slowly, be was well repaid for his trorfblc—c»ccpt, posMbly, those I poor, and, consequently, envious persons, who u ! were regretting continually that they could not o pcreba-c-‘the most beautiful and elegant parlor h and chamber sets in the world.” It was curious v to note the remarks vouchsafed by some of the 1 fair ones. One beautiful blonde said to her bra- t neitc friend, as she looked lackadaisically at a 1 gilded and highly ornamented cabinet “Gracious, Lonise. mustn’t his house (Mr Tobey’? 1 be furnished beautiful.” Louise elghad pensively, and * said, “Yes, indeed.” P Papas who accompanied mama? may, possibly, t this morning rather regret the little eicursion I Into the Interior of the great furniture store, for t In the cicltementof the moment many of them i made rash promises, snen a? that this and that t costiv and beautiful piece of furniture should be i sent borne to-morrow. We hope the ladies will .lean? the naughty men until they make their * >l ?herc l/not space sufficient at command this morning In these columns to giro a (all description ■ (the various articles oa exhibition, tt must suffice to state that the first and second floors are Ibe salesrooms of the establishment and that the article* displayed are mcrclv samples, no two being duplicate 1. The bat emi’nt and two upper stories, which contain a Keek of furniture valued at one Hundred and fifty thousand dollars, were not thrown open to the public, but if any'one cook an especial fancy to some article on the exhibition Hours, he need have no fear of its being purchased by another, for a jac timiU from the store-rooms can bo furnished on demand . . . 'I be exquisite and elaborate workmanship of m*ny of lue drawing room, parlor, and chamber sctstr*UM«Dds the descriptive powers of the writer, and be earnestly advises all who have the opportunity to go and see for themselves. The richly covered chairs and settees with cushions fil ed with cnrlcd half nnd clastic sponge, *cspokc comfort and almost audibly invited one to repose, ebe large assortments of pier and man el mirrors In gold and fancy woods, with heavy ornamentations, were all superb and so clear and excellent in quality of gloss as to make one look hand-tome whether one would or cot. Ibe Blolc stands, with marble tops and tastefully carved gilded pedestals, were much admired The gorgeous coloring of the furniture coverings adoed a fine relief to the general scene. 'I here were brocatelles, catcllncs, plain and spotted terrys and an endless variety of other descriptions too numerous to mention. INTERNAL REVENUE. Collections for the Bloatli ol September. The following is an official report of the collections of internal revenue, for the month of September, furnished to Tub Tbibcke by Theocorc F. Swan,Esq., Cashier: SPIRITS. spirits Gt 50c....J (3531.931 retaildealers...! 2,«07.f6 Spirit* M 10c.... K',5i*.59 I Wholesale d 0... 2,133.11 ÜbUllcrs 46C.C7 | XCcciintrs 3,157.921 Total Compounders... 312 4* I TOBACCO. • 4 2,747.15 I sale#. . “0.101 . 17.500.74 1 Total . 17,710.441 frumenteu liquois*. necrflltrl .. ..f 5»,100.5> | Urcwers* eji.ux Total. Cigar*... Snuff..... Chewing. Smelting. I 21,317.55 banks a.nu banket:*. ..t 3.CCj.4<* | Bankers* sp. taxi 133J3 402.161 Deposits. Capital.. Total... Ksprefs CB.U I Steamers f 14.50 Insurance Cos.. l.TbU.tw | Theatres 553.'J4 Lotteries 1L8.151 Katlroads ! Total. 2S6.SSI SALES. Mage*. Apothecary ....* K.« 71 Whol. dealers..! 26,301.33 Auction IK> '6l Manufacturers.. 42153 Cosh Brokers... 2; '.T3.47 I Commercial..... 115..5 [ _Toui. INCOME. Personal I SfiUA 1 BaUr>ad, Int.on __ Bank dividends. 1,470.051 bonds .f 33,373.07 B»UroadCo’s... UVJIIASI • Total Dillard R00m5...? V 15.311 Manufacturers...! 5H.37 Brokers SiWCI 1 Peddlers 363.90 Bnllders 175. M 1 POyelcUns 2£1.19 Dealers,retail... 1,380.881 Beal state Agta 167 .M Dealers 5rh01.... 1.651.C6 All others 1,113.01 Hotel SSI.OH a , It 6. Agent- 1 131 .CH I Total Legacies f i.o:c.so , renames | sij.to SebedA IM-S}) •—•—— Purports 5.W1 Grand Total. .1155,611 iT MINISTERIAL UNION. Vesnlnr Monllily Sleeting Yes' today Bfcrnlrg. The regular monthly meeting of the Chicago Ministerial I'uion was held at No. 150 Madison strict, yestdrday morning. The proceedings were opened with reading the Scriptures ; a prayer by Ur. Burns followed. Ihe minutes of the last meeting were read and approved Itev. J. W. Ilealiy tendered hla resignation as •ccrclaty and treasurer of the union. Unsaid he was about to leave the city for New Orleans, and was In consequence compelled to resign bis position as an officer In the onion. lie thought it would not be possible to organize a similar union in New Orleans, as there were bat two or thiee loyal clergymen in that city—the Southern ministers having a very hitter feeling towards their Northern brethern. Be also submitted bis report as Treasurer. The onion, he said, was indebted to him to the amount of $19.70. iheezficnscs lately had been very heavy, and the irctbcmfaad not paid their does promptly. Be hoped the brethern wonld remember him while in his isolated field of labor. On motion the resignation was accepted, and the thinks of the union wore tendered to him for tbc faithful and efficient manner iu which he had discharged bis duty. On motion. Brother Hannah was appointed Provisional s-ccrotary. Dr. Uealcythcn said that notices of the meeting had been sent to different morning papers, tint, with one exception, bad not published them. Bo thought they were justified in this, inasmuch as the union had voted to exclude their report- era from its meetings. If tlic papers were asked to publish notices their representatives should have the usual constesies granted them. He thought, however, if the reporters wore allowed to be present, a sreat many of the clergymen would not attend. lie was in favor of the secretary is* suing notices to every member wherever a mooting was tube bold. and made a motion to that cflect, which prevailed. The meeting then adjourned. THE CATHOLIC IMBROGLIO. Letter from Dr. Dunne—Rev I*. Dillon Appointed Ills Succe-sor. Yesterday we published the report of Archbishop Kcurick, of St. Louis, upon the charges against Bishop Duggan, preierred by the four clergymen, and also the letter of Cardinal Barnabo, acquitting tbc Bishop As part of that matter. we have received the following cole from the ilev. Dr. Dunne: PtTTEtt FROM DR. DtTRKC. Chicago. Oct. 12,1SGS. To llic Editor of The Chicago Tribune: The appearance in your issue of an English translation of certain official documents which hare passed between Cardinal Barnabo and the Most Reverend Archbishop of tit. Louis, elicits iroro me the following remarks: I I can hare no discussion in the public papers on matter? now In consideration by the Roly dec. 11. Prom the commencement of this ecclesiastical difficulty, all the publicity has been caused by thr friends of the diocesan administration. 111. When tbedne time comes, my friends and I will vindicate our good names, and give evidence that wc have neither Hshll'j nor falsely made charges at Home. D. Dcnne, D. D. A NEW FAS'OB F'R ST. PATRICK'S. The Rev. Patrick Dillon, formerly of South Bond, Ind., President of the Notre Dame University. und general of the order which own? that institution. vesterday ent-.red upon the duties of lastorof Ist Patrick** Church. In place of Dr. )nnnc. removed by Bishop Dnsgan. Ibe Reverend Bubop has, therefore, removed from their parishes and appointments all four of the clergymen who complained to Rome of his administration. Tlio Great Real Estate Sate Yesterday* The sale at auction of Cottage Grove lots advertised by Clarke, Layton & Co., took place at their office yesterday afternoon. At the appointed boor their large office at No. 129 Washington idrect was crowded bv persons seeking for thU desirable property, 'flic sale commenced at half past 2 o'clock, and continued, with .great briskness until half past 1, at which hour it adjourned until" o'clock on Wednesday (to-morrow) evening. The lots were sold at astonishingly low figures, bringing an average of twelve dollars per loot. About two hundred lots were bid off. and the remainder of the tract will he sold ns above. This is the last chance to secure a. suburban home. First-Claim cioililng. Wc desire to call attention to the advertisement of Newman A: Perry, Merchant Tailors, No. 84 Dearborn street, which is published In another colnmn. This firm, the successors of A. H. Boyden, are now opening, and will keep constantly on hand, a verv fine stock of goods for gentlemen's wear. Tbcv have every facility for making np first-class w*ork. and all who want stylish and lasblonable garments would do well to call on them. Tbo South Side. We wish to call the attention of reader? to the sale of aouth tilde property which will be made bv Messrs. W. A. Butters * Co., this evening, at their salesrooms. See their advertisement in the unction colnmn. Australian and New Zealand steamship Line. tiAN Francisco, Oct 12.—The agent of the Australian & New Zealand titearashlp Company is at present In this city, making Inquiries and arrangements looking to a probably change of the route. If sufficient inducement? arc found to justiivit,tian Francisco next spring will be made the terminus of the line on this coast, instead of Panama. C., R. 1. AP. Railroad, Council Blutp?, Oct. 11.—The Chicago. Rock Island & Pacific Railroad have crossed Middle River, eightv miles cast of this place, and are laving track at the rate of three miles per day. 'lt will he completed to this place some time in November. BUSINESS NOTICES. A TTondtr to many People.—now everybody can, at no expense, have all kinds of pain' removed instantly. Scores of people are visiting ITO Cha Hum Square. New York, and aro agreeably surprised at the wonderful effect of a liauid called rain Paint, which is applied on the surface of the body wherever pain exists; as if by mafic all pain (Ties instantly. Tbis remedy is harmless as water, and can be a*cd in the moat delicate cases. Old ache? and rbenmatte pains of every nature leave on the first appl'callon. Wolcott's Pain Paint baa treat:d a great excitement in New York and all over the country. Folks hail with delight the advent of Pain Paint. Sold airo bv all druggists at Si cents. 60 cents. sl, and f 5 a bottle, i csl it free of cost. I. N. Inwnt A ‘.*o., 13t» South Clark street. Chicago, lIL We Ilavs frequently heard .Hatlrers sav they would not be without Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing j-yrup, from the birth of the child until it had finished with the teething siege, on any consideration whatever. It gives an Infant, troubled with colic pains, quiet sleep, and it parents unbroken rest at night. Be snre and cal! for “ -rs. Winslow’s Soothing Svinp,” having the Arc-«lmi/e of * übtu * Pkkkiss on the outside wrapper. AU others are base imitations. A Neglected rough* Cold, cr Sore Throat, which might be cheesed by a simple remedy, like "Brotrn't BronrAinf Troth's. If allowed to progress, may terminate seriously. For Bronchitis. Asthma, Catarrh and Consumptive Coughs. “7ft* Trochtt" are used with advantage, giving oftentimes Immediate relief. Singers and public speakers will find them also excellent to clear the voice and render articulation wonderfully easy. *1 be Japanese Hair S«atn colon tbe whisker* and h-.tr a beautiful ftijcl or Arown. it consists of only 02c preparation. Price, 50 cents. “Upham’s Asthma Caro - ’ relieves the most violent paioxvgms in live minutes, and effects a stcedycure. nice, Ida box. “Upham’a Depilatory Powder” removes superfluous hair from any part of tbe body, In five minutes, without Inlury To the eklu. Price, ft. Sell by Loan & Saira, C 3 Lake street, and all druggists. PTltTpnfitrtli Duildcm College I* open throughout the vear. The evening course will open Thursday. October Ist, a* usual. The classes lor the tnglish and German languages, and the workingmen’s school for reading, writing, spelling, grammar nnd arithmetic open at the same time. For clrcnUre Inquire at the college office. 116 Fandolph street. XI e Juniper Tar soap t* tbe beat ollu soap ever m ida, a* U may be used with ta- B unity hj ladies with the most tender *kioi, at 30 same lime it Is Invatuaaie a* a remedy for n'mplcs. ron<n or chapped skin, aqd iH cutaneous disease* where other soap* cannot bouaca without aggravating mo mauey ani giving pam to the patient. Mannitctnrcd by Caswell. Btnard A Co., New York. rapeinißClhD*nh U’ladowStasdN* all of tbe ’atest, faints. Ots and (Hass* tl F. B, Rigby’s, 93 Randolph street. SCABBZB9. kfARKHALI.—THICK ADGOLII—In Hiß Cathedral of 88. Peter and Paul, Chicago, oa Sondty, October 11. by the Rev Canon Knowles. Mr. George Marshall, of Bath. 111., nod Mr«. AnnThrcadzold. ofCldr-so. CORNELL—STERLING— In Trinity Church. on Tuesday,October6. bv Rev. rt. Cox. U. »„ Mr. Georg.- I’. Corns* I, of Chicago, nnd ill»s Alice Sterling, of UUc«, n. y. BLOOM-WILJ-ON'-In I Im* 8-rrnd r.»ptdf Chnr.'h. Orlol-o-8. by leer. KJ. Goodspeod, James W. Bloom attd Mu- Kma’uUi Wllsot. HOWELL—I LDRIDGE—In this city. October I?,by R«v. K. .1. Goodioicd, Mr. Charles W. Howell and Mts* Martha Khlrldgv. TAIT—WADK—In Loul-vlllo, Oclcbcr6,al lie restdrnce of tbebrlde’a father, by Itev. J. C. Kt-itn, Mr. Hi-rry C. Talt. of ihl-clty. rmi MJ«s Blanche B. Wan*. EDUELL—NILES —In tb ■ City. October 10, by Rar. J. Busa, Mr. LR Kdgell and Mim U. h.Mlcs, allot CMcag". Kalamazoo papers please copy. WEBSTER—DAVIES—In Ogdendiurch. N. V-, oa Wednesday, October 7, bv Rev. Dr. Peters, at the redder ce of the bride*- father, Wm. 11. I>avl"% »q , Mr. R L. Webster, of Chicago, and Miss Marla Davies. No card*. 9189. BROOKS—On Saturday evening, the 12th instant, at the residence of her parent*. KS Waahlngton-at. Jennie I*., Daughter or Wm. Brooks, Ksq.. agr-d 17 year*. Funeral at 13 m.. to-day, (Thursday,) at Union Park Congregational Church. ELLIS—In Cicero, September 21, of typhoid fever, William M. Elll-S aged 30 Tears, 8 months and 17 days. Sew York and Poughkeepsie papers please copy. amusements. QEOSBY’S OPERA HOUSE. THE MAX MARETZEK COMBINATION COMPANY. ITALIAN AND GERMAN OPERA. Positively lii-l We«k of the Opera. .? 91.~2.23 TRIH EVENING. Tuesday, Oct. 1-s positive!* - la»t time of Meycrbcer’e Grand Spectacular Opera, ,f 2.M9.62 ROBERTO IL DIAVOLO, Received with the greatest erlhnslasm on Saturday last. The same great cast. GRAND BALLET, New Dresses and Scenery. .1 4T,:»T.33 Joint appearance of Signor BBIGNOLI and Herr HABELHiNX* •| 4,203.93 JOSEPH HERMANNS, In his Immense role of BERTRAM. .{ 21,155.33 ROBERTO. AU'K. . ISABELLA*..’.'. TAIMBALDO. HELENE. .f 29,163.36 And JOSEPH HERUASSS asßertr.m. .{191,133.53 TO-MORROW. Wcdncsdjv, Ocl. It. only night of Verdi’* Popular Opera, BAZiZ.O IN IKASCHBBA, (The Masked Ball.) Mhth on immense cast. Grand Incidental Ballet. AMELIA Mias AGATHA STATES OSCAR SUSS ISABEL McCULLOGH ULRICA Miss APPEL RiCARDO SIjr.RRIGKOU UttNARDO Slg. ORLANDIM ™vcT>rt» 4-rr»i'c> big- BATULI CONSPIKATOI.b ? Slg. DnmtKCL In the BaP-room scene. Grand Pas tie Fantalsle, L’INDOCSTANA, composed and danced by .{ 7,193.'!] M. WESJIAEL, THURSDAY, Oct. 13, a favorite Opera. FRIDAY. Oct.lC,onlrnljht of Meyerbeer's Grind -pectacolar opera, STAR OF THE NORTH. Admission, |l. Reserved sews. 50 cents extra. Fam- H v circle, 50 cents only. Private Boxes, |S. ‘Scats f rany of the above performance* can now be secured at the Box Office of the Opera House. JJcYICKER S THEATRE. Doors open at 1, performance commence.- at 7V A BRILLIANT SUCCESS. A Midsummer Night’s Dream, EVERY NIGHT AND SATURDAY MATINEE. pr" Remember scat* can be secured six day;, la advance. QOL. WOOD'S MUSEUM. FRANK E. AIKEN Sole Lessee and Manager. GREAT SUCCESS OF BOUCICAULTSTHiaLLINO DRAMA. Tucsdnr and Wednesday evenings, October 13 and 11. and lit the Grand Mulioec, Wednesday, at 2,V o'clock, the LONG STRIKE, Or, THE WORKINGMEN OF MANCHESTER, New scenery, now machinery ami apparatus In rchcarsal-A* now Irish Drama. QEOSBY’S OPERA HOUSE. C.l>. HESS * CO. MONDAY EVENING Ocl 19, FOX'S Grand Fairy Trick Pantomime “That same IHUMPTY DUMPTYiBoys grow Meat.” Man ! niTMPTV DUMPTT'from two feel UiU v.l* ,'|.U 1 fti.i J* * . • •- u ... " w ..v. changed Into I HUMPTY DCMPTI toslx feet In anile of wood. 11IUMPTV DUMPTV I five minute*. Terrible! HUMPTH DUMPTY I Market stall Steam boat! HU3IPTY DITMPTY I changed Into a c x ploa lo n. I HUMPTY DUMPTV I yacht. A Kaleidoscope of Fun. Fairy Enchantment and Beauty, Sale ofsoatswlll open Thursday morning. A BUNGTON HALL. xX Corner Clark and Monroc-sts. J.H. Haverly Manager. MONDAY, October 12th, find appearance of ROLLIN HOWARD, the Burlesque Prfma Donns. Also, of the eminent Basso Profundo. WM. BUTLER. Friday, Oct. 16th, Benefit of lIERNANDEZ. Matinee Saturday afternoon. gOUTH DIV ISION TANNERS’ GRAND PROMENADE GONGERTAND BALL, At LIBRARY TTALL, corner LaSalle and Randolph sts.. on THURSDAY EVENING. Oct, 13.1«G8. Music bv the full Great Western Light Guard Band. Tlckcta, admlttins Gentlemen and Ladles, |I. N.B.—Full programme of catertsUnmcnts will be given in a few days. THE COMMITTEE. -pANCING-THE SEW ESGLISD DASCIXG ASSOCIATION TVIH meet at their old Hall. 231 Randolnh-st.. (Teatonlallall), on Wednesday evening. Oct. 1 1.1>5C J. L>. PERKINS. Manager. auction Sales. JMPORTANT AUCTION SALE. Tnesday. OtL ISih, at a. m., at Daniel Scott A Co.’s, 42 JUnddpli-St. Largest Fall Trade Sale of the Season CTo Close a Partnership.) 200 Gases Boots and Shoes, SSO 000 WQttb of Cnstom-Htde Clothing and Gents’ Famishing Goods. Also. 120,000 worth of general Dry Goods, Including Flannels. Woollen?. Gloves. Hosiery. Shirts and Drawers, Hats and Cap*. Bonnet*. Shawl>, Cloaks Blankets, Suspender*. Piece Good.*, such ns Casslmeres, Beavers, Chinchilla?, 4c., 4c., 4c. DANIEL SCOTT & CO.. Auctioneers. j^UCTKXN.— TRADE SALE. FRIT 1 AT, Oct. 16Hi, nt 10 n. in.. At tliP«rnoms of DANIEL SCOTT «S CO., 12 Kan' clplftU 150.000 Genuine Figaro Cigars, 50,000 Assorted Brands. ALSO, 100 barrel* Cherry Tobacco, including all ic favorite brand?. DANIEL SCOTT * CO., Auctioneers. OEVEKTH TRADE SALE. VTE SHALL OFFER AT AUCTION, OntTcdnesdiy, Oct. 14, >t 9>d O’tl’k, prompt, l.rw CASES CUSTOM-MADE BOOTS AND SHOES. Abe, ;,t 11H o'clock, W owes MEN’S ARMY BROGANS, For account whom It may concern, at our large SALESROOM, 18 SOUTH WATER-ST., Two doors from Richmond House. Good* packed for country merchant*. CEO. 7- GOBS 5t CO. £ABGE SALE CARRIAGES HARNESS, &c M &c., AT AUCTION, BY GARLAND, DOWNS & CO. At Ihclr Repository, "-0 and 53 Korth Canal-st, near Late. Thursday, October 15, 1868. At lOo’clocka. tn.. Ton Bneclra, CarrralU, open Bn?sle» and Express Wapsosncw and second hand, ta.l and examine OMSSD. t CO-^ gY CHILDS BROS., n STiTE . ST , AT AUCTION. Drr Good-. Boot* and Siloes, piece Goods, Notion!, FurntslilT-s Goods, &c., &c. Will sell at onr salesroom on TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, Oct. Ij and U At 9.V o’clock. CEO. W. BSCKFORD. Auctioneer. CHILDS BBOS-i K S tate-st. AT AUCTION. Household Fnrnltnre, Carpe’s, Bedding, Crockery, Store?, if*, , ssss&““' ss£ ' contents of eighteen room?. at ‘‘PM ok rnuiisDAr. October is, at . r. m Sale positive. JJY GILBERT & SAMPSON catalogue sale. 75 CBATKB OF WHITE CROCKEBI at AUCTION, BY THE CRATE. On WEDNESDAY, October shall sell at our salesrooms, N os. U» and uo state 9U, 75 CRATES OF WHITE CROCKERY, consisting of a complete aaMrtmcnt. ThecratMare well assorted and worthy the . a iJ e , n rt ,?t mi Country merchants arc Invited to attend the aalfc Sample* 'can be seen Tuesday. Catalogues wednea* day. Sale without reserve. .... GILBERT * SAMPSON, Auctioneer*. gQQ BESEDBNCE LOTS I-IYDE 3P.A.RJK On TUESDAY EVENING, Oct. 13, IS®, at the Spacious salesrooms of WM. A. BUTTERS <fc CO., We shall sell the remaining SM lots unsold of the 435 lots In Whcclock A Hermann's Subdivision of Sections 23 and3l, In Hyde Park. these lets Hr west tad loath of “Douglas Tract*” Half a mile west of (he Lite* One mile ud * half eist of WoodUwa SUtion. A paM of the land heavily timbered. Va’ovblr Umestose qoarry oa a part of it Every foot high tod cry. Title ui-hoat a shadow opsa It. Cblctffc A C&iamet Dammy Railroad will go through It SALK TO BE POSITIVE, and to make sales certain will be requited at the time of purchase. TERMS; S cash; balance 1 yea.; Interest at 3 per cent. Call and gel a plat. WM. A. BUTTERS & CO.. Ancfs. qatalogue sale of foreign and Domestic D;y Goods Winter Clothing ano Underwear, Dress Goads, Tyros, Germut&wa Knit Goad l , Bools 4 Shoe:*, Carpets Oil Cloths, dc at auction, on WcdncMav and Thnrsday Mnrnin"-,Oct. it and 13, at our spacious up stairs salesrcoin(*.3.7.9andll Randolph-st. COUNTRY MERCHANTS will And at this sale aOne line of goods to stock up with, u b WM. A. BUTTERS A CO., Auctioneers. gPECIAL SALE OF IMPOETED TEIMMINGS, 11V CATALOGUE. On FRIDAY, October 10. at 1C o'clock a. m„ at our salesrooms. 3. T, ft anil ll Randolph-st. The stock is large and desirable, comprising a full and general variety, which will beclosed without reserve. Ttrmscf sale cash. ■ WM. A. BUTTERS d: CO., Auctioneers. .Sig. BRIONfJLI Mad. R'»TTER. .Mbs ISABEL MeCULLGCH TO RENT—A two-story frame d»clliuz of 8 rooms. In good repair, No. Sll West Washingtoo-sl. Kent |33 a month. Apply to Wil. OLCOTT, 151 Washington-st. TO RENT- No. US West Wasblmrton-st-, One location, bouse two-story ami basement, with Mansard roof. So. 150 Elm-st.. between North LaSalle and North Clark-sta., a comfortable house of 10 rooms. DAII.D £ BRADLEY’, corccr Lake and LaSalle-ste. TO RENT—Iu Evanston, two sood new houses cf seven and eight rooms. Apply to me at Evanston, or at my office, 19 LaSalle-«t., between 2 and®o'clockp.in. C.E. UUUWNE. 'TH) RENT-No. 101 Huroo-st., a first class L two-storvand brick-basement redd-mce, with 13 rooms, apd all modern Improvements. Inquire at 95 fluron-sl. rpo RENT— Oue cf lUc new marble-front X bouses almost ready) on North LsSalic-st , between MrCagg-placo and Oak--t. Hoiki two-story ami basement, with French root finished In the most perfect manner, and suppll-d with every convenience. Apply to CEO. C. CLARKE. 13 Chamber of Commerce. TO RENT—A one-story cottage containing three bed-rooms, with closets, parlor, diningroom. kitchen, pantry, bath-room, with hot and cold water, china closet, gas. cellar, and rooms all large, house being 26 feet wide. Gas fixtures will be rented with house. Apply to C. L HARMON, 40 State-it. TO RENT—A very desirable new two-story and brick basement boii-*e. Located on corner of Prnlrlc-av. and Twcnty-fourth st. Apply to J. C. TODD .51 Slate-st. TO RENT—House 353 West Monroe-3t., corner Centre-nv.. eleven rooms, bath room, clos- et*. stone cellar, coal houic and yard. Inquire at 411 West Alonroe-st., or of fe. LIN D, 13 Exchange-place. TO RENT—Cottatre No. God Fnlton-?t., rear Union Park.between Paulina and Wood-sts. Inquire at No. 9 South Clark-st. T'O RENT—Five rooms, suitable for a small X family, on the South Side. 135 V Statc-st. rT*O RENT—A cottage of 0 rooms, on West X Harrlson-sr. Inquire at 161 West Harrtson-st. TO RENT — A 3-story briek, furnished complete, or win sell theVurnlture at a sacrifice, and lease the house; will also rent or sell n lot of ml«cel- Innconshousehold furniture, or trade for a lot. Parties may take board in exchange. Goods all firstclass. Address N W, Tribune office. TO RENT—Huoae, 24a West Monroc-st., 10 rooms, nil modern Improvements. K*3. 1.X3 Cllnton-M , 10 rooms, gas, water, bath ro >m«, Ac. 51 Thlrtv.flrst-st., 11 rooms, gas, wat:r, *c.; clo*c to cars. 19 Cottage-place. 2-storv cottage, S room*. 119. £5 Thlrtv flrst-sl.. cottage, 5 rooms. J3O. T. s. FITCH ft CO., 163 Dearborn-st. .Managers TO RENT—A boardm" bouse, centrally located, that will accommodate fifty week boarders, and 23 to 50 dav boarders of the best payingclass, with thefurnlture for sale, that must and will be sold within three days—on account of sickness In the family—at a great sacrifice. Call early as we must sell. E. W. lIAGERTY, 101 Washlngtoa-st., Room 5. rpo RENT—Grcen-?t., bouse, 12 rooms, SSOO 5 X Jack-on-st.. house and barn. 653; AbvMeen-st, near Tsvlor. cottage, | O; Wnrrcn and Wnshlnztonsts., near limits, houses ,- om |2‘> to MO. GOOD WILLIE, Real Estate Agent, toi Madlson-st. TO RENT—House, 33$ West Madlson-st., gas, hot and cold water, closets, barn. *c. Possession November 1, DCS. Apply to J.C. HOAGLAND, 133 South Water-»t. TO RENT • On?-balf of fiouse No. 375 Thirdav., verv convenient for a small family. Has water and ali cofttcnlcnces for housskoeptDg. Jl2 per month. Inquire at the house. TO RENT—A nice two-story house of 10 rooms and barn. No. 301 South HaMed-st. Inquire at 153 South Market—t; &o Knit=Stot:cs, ©tfices, &c rpo RENT- The olllce, No. 10 Oriental A Hnildhg. with furniture. Apply to WJI. OLCOTT, 13t tVasliJUßton-st. TO KENT-Bonded Warehouse. The fireproof building. now occupied by Sturgcs 4 Me* AUlstcr. located at the north cud of Rush-st. bridge. Apply to JOHN MATTOCKS, Room 11, Dickey’s Building. 'T'O RENT—Two double front offices, scc- A ondfloor.ut andtp?Madl^a-st.; new,desirable and Cheap; fS(O cadi, with long lease, It required. Inquire at Room 5, on the premises. TO RENT—Store 20sfi0 with 40 feet of basement in a pood locality, fitted for the pork bust* nrssor agrneral meat market. Inquire at 253 south Ualstcd-st. TO RENT—Store, and natures for sale. Fixtures must be sold before the IMb Instant, cost or no cost, as the owner U going to leave town. Apply on the premises, 353 Sooth Clark-su TO RENT—Store—ll 9 Cottaee Grove-av., with rooms above, water, gas. closets, *e. New, |3O. T. S. FITCH 4 CO.. 16J Dearbormst. TO RENT—On or before Jammy Ist, store ■and basement, 103 Lakc-st. Apply on premises. TO RENT—Very desirable oQiccs and moms In the new rear building, on the 3d, 3.1 and 4th floors, entrance Nob. as and flu Washlngton-st. Also, two store rooms and basements on the alley. Apply to O. LENT, 55 Clark-st., up stairs. TO RENT —A room suitable tor an office with two small rooms attached, on one of the best corners In the city Inquire at Room No. 1, 135 Cl&rk st., corner of Madison. nno RENT—New store, dry b’sement, Rau- X dolph-*l.. near HitNn-d. very low rent. Also, desk room in splendid front office, second floor, only fS. GOt. PWILLIE. 163 Madlsoa-St. TO RENT—At E. Wood’s popular boarding hoo«e. corner or Hnbbard-court and State-st., some suite* of unfurnished room*; #l*o. two Urge, Monre rooms. with first-class board. Can be obtained if applied for soon. Good references required and given. TO RENT—Room to rent, and fnrnltnrc for*«le. Inquire at Room 29. CobVs Building, Ni>. 120 X Dearborn-st., between 1 ami 2 p. m. TO RENT—A furnished room ; also nnfnrnished moms for housekeeping, at 53TDlrd*av., near Van Dnrcn-st. TO RENT —A furnished front room, suitable for gentleman and lady or two gentleman. 6J5 Waba»b-»v. __ TO RENT- In Tumi shed rooms in Pope’s new block. No. 13TV Madlaon-JU opposite Farwell Hull. References required. Apply at roomli. TO RENT-Fine fnrnished rooms, in Tyler Block, n and 19 LaSallc-st. Apply on Monday, at Room Si, rraQ RENT-Fine furnished rooms. Iu Tvler- J. Block, nandWLaSalle-st. Apply on Monday Room 21. - TO RENT—At ISo South Clark-st., a large front room, soluble for an ofice or a sleeping room. Rent,|l3pcrmoßlh. rr-*o RENT —One unfurnished room and I closet with n«e of Wtchea, etc.. for honaekeep- Ins Flee chance for cenlleman and wife. Cheapreat. aim. one famished sleeping room for cent*. Apply Immediately, I*.* Sonth Clari-st.. between Madison and Monroe. BOARD —A lady Tracts board m a private f-tmiir. for which she will civc first-dass ingtrac* rloDSln music to two op three children. Best refer* encWgiven If required. Address AM, Tribane office. r>OARD—-A younir gentleman desires day I ) board where he can exchange »a order on * class dental establishment la payment Or same. Ad* Tribune office. dr evs C B* BOARD— And single room, by a single gentleman. Terms not to exceed per week. A good borne wanted. Address MB, Tribune otßcc._ T3OSRD-South Side, for gentleman and Jjwlfe * snlte offront rooms, prlratc family preerred. Address ISI Lake-at. References rcqolrcd. BOARD —And room or.rooms, with or «itboatnirolmrc. fbrtwo yoang men, in a prlraie family. Kcfcrences exchanged. Give locaUon, describe room, and name price per week. Ail, Tribune offlcc. FCK SALS—To Printers—We hare for sale a scconJ-hsnd BnnrleV Hotair Pres*. Will Inchos tnstde chase. In rood order, will mate 1.50* Impn**- "on. pw hoS. Price. «17i Address HOLSInIS 4 ' * i-E, Bloomington, m._ val£ F)R SALE —Cheap Vcmr 12 feet black walnut tables. AppiyjitlilLake-st. TpORS »LE—Furnacc-AlkecherandParker r portable tnmace, la good order. Inquire at 106 Lakc-st. LOST— $10 Reward—From Hyde Park, on the Sd of October, a black and white pointer doe, mo-llvbUck. answering to the name of" jacK.” Any person returning him to U 9 between State and Clark-sts., will receive the above reward. LOST —Yesterday mornloff, cither in a State-fit car, or on the way to North Side, a ladies* pottemocnale, containing about flO In money, car tickets and paper*. A liberal reward will be paid for Us return to 21 Van Boren-au G. W. PECKFORD. Auctioneer. auction Sales. AT AUOTZON- Nor, 9,7.0 and 11 Bandalpb-rtt. Sale commencing at 7 o'clock. 2To 3£ent^?QouoCS 2To lxcut==l%ooms. 33oavb isaanteb. jfot Salt. 3LOSt. T OST —\ lace handkerchief, 7lh instant. I j Also Satnrdar ercolnc, loth, a •* coral heart,” at opera or on ClarVst., between Wa&Mntrton-sL and Cblcaßo-ar. I'lease Uavc at Tribune office and re• Mrard. celre re' LOST— Last evening, either on the 8 o’clock Milwaukee train, or between the depot and the Barnes House. a draft for 150, drawn by lien. B. Whitman on the Mnth National Bank of New York, in fator of M. M. Tnckcr. All persona are hereby cautioned against negotiating the same, aa payment hubeen stopped. The finder will please leare It at the Tribune office and be suitably rewarded. IOST —Yesterday afternoon, between 2 and , jao’dock, on North Clark-aU, a book. alg. N. Wagner. Court Uoote, No. 3. The finder will ploa»o delve r same to said office or Vj North Clark-St. la cal Estafc==ffiit2 linDtovccl. SALF—Choice ‘resMeuce property oo theavenor* Marb'c front hoi;ae. two-story and basement, on the nnrthetut comer of Wabash-av. and Twenty-lhlra-sL. welll.nliU with every convenience. French root. Marble uoni boaae, two-story and basenont, on Ind Una-av., near Tccntleth-u. French rof, goon harn in rear, will be offered low for a short time Pikx home, three story nod basement, on Wabash* av„ sooth or Fonrtccntb-st., Ko. TO. Also a number of flrat-claas marble front homes la choice localities on tne avenue*, from 133.000 to KO'COO. A. J. AVBRELL, Real Estate Office No. 7 Metropolitan Bloch. t?OU SALE—By Goodwill!?, Real Estate A Atent, 16c Madlson-tL: „ rralrif-iv., hon«e. 11 rooms,barn,lot 23x113. Jns3) —*mtll payment down. . . . Warren-st., brick house, 10 rooms, bam and lot. .. . - Washington and Madlson*sta .west of limits, frame hoo9CS,Broorus,lot:3xiS3. Small payment down. L*OR SALE—A new two story and basement 1 brick house, with modern improvements, elceant'y dubbed. at a decided bargain. If taken this week. Inquire on premises. No. 47 Hoaore*st., one block south ofMadlson-sL cars. Terms easy. PDR SALE—A new two-etory house, with modem Improvemet ts. No. 10a9 Indltna-av., with now furniture throughout. which cost *3,000 3 months azo. Will sell house and furniture for the low price of $6,000, if taken at once. Apply on premises. F'OR SALE-Cotlace house of 6 rooms, and closet*, and lots 21x130, on Wlnchester-sl , near MadUon-st. sl.3focash. balance $lO per month. J.R. KEELER, 139 South Clark-st. L‘OH SALE—A new two story bouse. w|*b More and lot, on South Jeflerabn-st., for >9,'03. Very Cheap. Apply to I*, F. CHRISTIAN, Room 3 Una’s Block. U’OR SALE—TUc have anumber of good 1 house* to let and furaalc In all parts of the citv. E. LAMONT & CO., 161 Washington bt. ' L OR SALE—Cottage house of six rooms and rlorct*. and lot 33x123. on Pcoria-st., near Tyler. J. li. KEELER, 139 Soul h Clark*:t. T7OR SALE - On Ontarlo-st.. a strictly first- A class marMc-rrcnt house, new, between Rush and l*lne-st«. Rot and cold water, bath room, truer r*p«et«. cookin? rtnac*. speaking tub"*, dc. QEO. M. lIIGI.INBON, Real Estate office No. 7 Metropolitan Block. T?OR SALE—Store with dwelling above. X and lease of lot, corner of Canal and Adams st., or exchange for real estate la tlccirv. J. H. KEELER 133 South Clark-st. EmmDrored* FOR SALE—By Philpot & Picket, m Dearborn-st.. Room 5: “V• 14-Dft., kUUUI O. 3 acres on the South Branch, just above the rolling mills. Wc can sell thl« property at a great bargain . U will soon be worth |I(W per foot front on the river. If acres on Milwankee-av.. Just at the city limits, outside. WU.I sell part or the whole to suit purchaser*. * Sort blocks on Ullwankee-av., opposite Wickei Park facrcsonMUwftokeear., south of Wicker Park. The best plec? now for sale on the avenne. 5 acres on the avenue, X of * mile sonth of the city. 30 acres In section* 33,09. it. 10 acres, west of limits, in certlons 13.89. ft. 266 fceC fronting Wicker Park, in the’Lee tract. Best lots In the tract. 25 feet on Indlana-av., south ofTwenty-BixtU-st. an feet on Pralrie-av- sooth ofTwentv-flfth-st. Cheap iota on Halstcd and adjacent‘streets. Inside the city, sooth. Sundry cheap houses and lots on the Sonth Side. miLPOT & PICKET, St Dearl«rn-*t, FOR SALK—By -T. H. Kcslor. U) south Clark-st. TTnrlbut-it.. near Centre, 50x125. Valllquett-01., near Wahpanieh-ar., oOiU'i. Lakc-av.. near Wahnanseh. S 3 or 50x139. Donzlas-p'acc, near Moon away, 52xir(. Donglas-place, near Indlana-ar., 53x135. Kankokcc-av., near Donglas-piace. 30x131. Bnrrslde-st., near Twenty-ninth, 50x130. Inr iana-nv.. near Twcnty-thlrd-st., 50x159. VlcMc»n-av, nesr Twentieth-au, 25x1 7n. Peorla-st., near Tvler, 50x123. Wasblngton-M.. near Hoyne, 00x123. Clark-* L, near Tat lor, j’.S'xtOO. Mouroe-st., near Cark. 45x50. Wabash-av., near Donglas-place, *sxlßo. Cheap. T7OR SALE—West Side propertr, at a bar- I. gain. 150 feet or sis bcantiful residence lots on the southwest corner of Paulina and Jackson-flta., fronting east: terms easy. Also 48x123 feet on Monroe-st., csst of Winchester, and 45x125 feel on Winehcster-st-, between Madison and Monroe. 45 feet, Bonthfronl. on Park-av-.Ju-iweslofthe llmlis, for fI.COO. iTEDMAN, LEFFLEK & MORRIS, Room li, 123 Dearborn-sl. 170 K SALE—Desirable lauds adjoining Ibc I 1 city. SO acres lake shore property. 1,300 feet lake front; len acre lot on Halstedst.; ten acre lot on Forty-scventh-st., adjoining Dexter Parc, cheap for easn. Don't forget that IS.WT.'XX) have been made from my premature sales In Chicago. Room 5, 111 Madlson-st. FOR S4LE—On the avenue?. 300 feet on Kankakf c av.. In Ellis' Wc«t Addition. 2TO feet on Vcinoa-av., In Kill--' Went Addition. 500 it on Colfax-av., corner Thlrfy-thlrd-st. 50 ft on Colfax-av., near Crittenden. f 63 per font, lit ft on Colfax-av., cor. Crittenden. A..LAVERELL, Real Estate Office, Room 7 Metropolitan Block. FOR SALE—A grand investment : ISo lots one-halt nile Inside of limits for lla.ojo; onethird down; balanceone and two >cars. KICK, CADWELL* TERUV, Real Estate Brokers. 13S LaSallest.. Rooms 7 auds. Foil SALE - -1 beautiful lots on Jus: west of Hurlbul-st.. front north. Look at tide property. GEORGE * WILL!AMS,7CIark-st. FOR SALE -Cbrap—Two lots on Wabasbav., and 6 lots on State-st.. near the city limit*. The«e lota nreoffered at alow price for a few day*. A. R. WING * CO., S 3 Wa*U igtou-st,, Room 3. J7OR SALE-By Uulbu'd A* Co, 7$ La- I 1 Salle-st.: Beautiful lot* at Englewood, on Wabash. Michigan and Indlaua-av.*.. at one-third the price asked at Thlny-flret-st., aud tea to fifteen minutes nearer town by steam can. 17OR SALE—Suburban lands, by the aer.*. A 10 acre block on Indiuna-av., M mile south of city llrrlts. 10 acrc.mfland, north of FlfUcth-st., between Kankukec and Indlana-avs. 4(1 acres north of the citv limits, near Rose lull. 320 acres In the town of ITovtso. near the Aux Plains, with living water the year round. A. ,1. AVKRELL, Kcal Estate Office, No. 1 Metropolitan Block. F)R SALE—By Whipple & True, 107J£ Monroc-st.. Room 3, Lombard Block, 50 feet on Monroc-st., east of Statc-st. This Is ocoofthc beat Investments In tbc city. Also, 40 feet ea*t of State, on Monroc-st. The above arv only offered for a few days. FOU BAtE-Lo‘s for f4 r X)cach, couvvmcut to horse cars, and about IV miles from centre of the city. J. F. STARR, 121 East Randolph-st. F)R SALE —Splendid lot on Adams-st., south front, for f<ls; onc-lhlrd down, balance one and two veam. This Is very cheap. RICE, CALL WELL * TERRY. IK LaSallo-st.. Room 7. la cal Sstatc—ffiountra. Ij'OK SALE—Farm, containing 100 acres, C well adapted to both grain or stock: good stream of water running through It: cheese factory on the adjoining farm; good farm house, and well and cistern under cover; bani SOxlO: large bearing orchard of the choicest varieties of grafted frnlt; plenty of 6brubl>ery, etc., and twentv acres of good timber—all situated wltMn 33 miles of Chicago and miles from Harrington Station, on the Northwestern Railroad. Terms easy. Possession given this fall or la the soring. Address j. AYLESWORTH, Barrington Station, Cook County, 111. FOR SALE—In Evanston and North Evanston—flood new houses and lots with a small payment down, balance to be paid In monthly or quarterly payments. Choice lots for sale at North Evanston, near the new depot, at *5 per front foot by eon feet deep. Apply to me, at Evanston, or at my office, Room 11, LaSalle-st., between 2 and C o’clock p.m. C.E. BROWNE. T?OR SALE—7,OOO acres of land never bcr fore In the market, 8 full sections. In the vicinity nf Chatsworth and Ncwßrcnton. Do notstonto write, but go direct to Chalsworth, where H. A. Pearsons, with teams, can be found, Be prompt. D. K. FEAR* SUNS. M. E. Church Block, Chicago. T7OR SALE—3OO-acre farm, an hear s ride U west of Chlcagoby rail; near a village ; land beautifully rolling, 35 aerts Umber, a large orchard, house of 12 rooms, largo bam and a never Calling stream. CLAFLIN & WHITNEY, 137 Madlsoa-st. partners ffiHanteh. P" ARTNER-Wantcd—With from *I.SM to fg.Otp. in a well-established srocry business In this cltv. Location first-class, Reftrenrcs askctl ibr and will be given. Address GROCERY, Tribune office, Chicago. PARTNER— Wanted—In a profitable cash business, to take the place of one retiring- Any one wishing to invest |S,OU) will find this an opportunlty of making money seldom offered. Address Box 1013, Chicago. "PARTNER—Wanted—By the subscriber, X already cslahliehod inllie wholesale batter and general produce comailsslon business, oa South water street. 1 want a party to And capital against • spcrlencc and trade. will send card totboeonly giving name aad capital. Address “U E F,” Tribune office. PARTNER— Wanted-With SI,OOO cub, to 'purchase the Interest of a retiringpartner In a U-gitUuatc ncil profitable business. This Is a rare chance. Apply irora 9t012 a. tn.. at 84 Dcarborn-5t., Room 2. PARTNER— Wanted—\ good business man I In aba-lncss well established and paving 120 per rtsv nett. Capital required, small. Apply at 103 MndUon-st., Room 2. PARTNER— Wanted—ln the boot and shoe IT buslnnrs*. with acapltal offl.ooo to f 1.300. Custom trade established, Call at No. 2X3 West Madison* st., fer two days. PARTNER— Wanted In a saw mill In a first-class location. In Wisconsin. From 15,000 to |fi,(Xo required. Profits in the business. *2V*Mper annum. LAMB & Co, 191 Randolph, orWINSOB BROS., Mansion, Wis. PARTNER— Wanted ■ WUU three or four thousand dollars, to Join the advertiser In purchasing a lucrative business already established. This Is a pood chance for a good man, as will be shown on investigation. Agents need not apply. Address HEKKIMbK, Tribune oilier, for two days. Worses, damages, ,Vc. FOR SALE—An extra fine pair of carriage horses, sale. «otiod, fine style, won’t scare, trot together one mile Inside of four minutes, always In cnod health, well u«*d to the city. Address J. D. WATSON. Tribune office. TT7ANTED—To cxchanirc a fast torse, VV hazay and harness,at the low price offSSy, for Chlcaco real estate. Apply to T. C. LAMB, No. 101 tiandolpb-et., EoomT. FOB SALE— Eight draught horses, from twelve to fllteea hundred pound* each, yonn? and sound. To be seen at Garden City Hotel stables, cor. Market and Madlaon-sU. F)R SALE— A very fine new open or trotting baggy, patent wheels. New Uaren make. Also one top Can be seen at 003 Klnac-et. T?OR SALE—A splendid matched pair of I; dapple gray carriage horses, 10 bands, good style* 6 yean old, at i CD Statc-ot. _ V, UR SALE—Carriages—A good assortment x of open and top baggies* phseton?. rejetawaya. cabriolets, Ac., at reduced prices. SHELTON A TUTTLE, Kos. 50 and 52 East iladlsoa-st. FOB SALE-A good saddle pony, sound and kind- Can be seen at M. C. freight hocse, foot of Soctti Watcr-st. lOR SALE—A fine pair of matched bay r ponies, welch tSOSs. and good travellers. Also a rood horse that will work anywhere Will trade him For lumber, or carpenter w ork. At 06 west Washington-st. UOR SALE—A splendid matched team of r black horses; also three single bones, will ho sold very cheap. Apply at the barn of WEST, GILLESPIE A CO., No. 19 Johcsoa-sC, WcstDlrlalon. 170 H SALE—A blx seat Victoria car* r caniace; also a four seat phxtoo, both on plat* form Fpriosn*, and frst-cla<B carrlazea. Also affood assortment of b-irocchef, plueton*, bngclcs, two seat Democrat wagons, at S 3 and SI Market-st. u.B. HUX. P)K SAL'S—At Auction— sate ol horse*, waeoni, harreiw. etc., at 133 Siate-st. on Wednesday. Oct. U. and Friday 16. at lOtfa. in. HODGES, Auctioneer. ____ iHarijincrs. F)R S\LE—Steam cosines of all ?lzes and Und^lhebertTtSnS tb« In the Wesl. Call or write for'Circular and price ust <0 Sooth Canal-aU H.M.AMK3 T?OR SALE—Great Banrain—A Xo.*2 woodwork Planer and matching machine; has never AJmade at Worcester. Maas.; win plane toncoeaS gwe n inches wide; trill plane ?i Inches wide and 5 inches thick; weight WOO »»_ l«cc, •ka will warrant It In every respect. SAWKIiSi JAMES, 193 South Walcr-st. FOR SALR—Steam engines of all sizes, ami makes, new and second-hand- A large assortment of portable pomps, belting, mills, &c. W. McOUEGOR, 23 Booth Caaal-st. FOR SALE—Portable and stationary encine.s Iron planers, encine lathe*, upright drills, boll cnttirs. Bcortcraot blowers, Knowles* steam rnmrs. wood-working machinery of all kinds, belting, hies, and a general assortment of machinists' anppUes. at redneed prices. Send for circular. C. L. RICE & CO., 19 and 21 Dcarborn-st., Chicago, ID. _ •YTOR SALE-Second-hand engines, large J? and small, new no with boilers, 16x33 lathe, and smaller, drills, steam pumps, planers and matchers, shapers, rwawers,belting, flic*, hose, snppll*«,wpoa andiron maebinerv; Bradley double cylinder engine, working. GREENLEE BEOS. & CO„ W Lake-st. ffiJHaniea=iH(oc?llancouo. \\7ANTED— W«t Side —Pernios deslrons » T ofdlpoMng of their property, la the way of renting nnd selling, will andll to their alnntige to call on me, f*»r I sell nothing bat west Side property. As far ns references arc concerned, I ref, r you to most any one In Chicago. I •"> aellmz and renting a great deal of property every day. O. COLF, office No. KS West Madlson-et., Cole’s Block. _ WANTED— To buy, lor cash, ladies’ nod VV centlrmpn’s cast-off clothing, or miscellaneous goods of any kind. By sending a lelt-r to I. o ELDER, 901 booth KclUst., yoa can find a porcbascr. TXT ANTED*- Ladies wlio want first-class VV dwamaklna done at moderate c&arse* ta call on Mrs. E. K. BTK/KNB. over 143 'Vest Madison*st. All work warranted to ciresatlitsctlon. WANTED— Guitar pupils, by a comp:tcnl Uflr teacher. Address GUITARIST, care P. O. Box SSI, city. tttANTED—We bavc to trade some splen* VV did Improved firms In Illinois and lowa, for hoa c Ci nod lots, or on trued lots. In Chicago. LAMB & CO., Brokers, 101 Randolph-81, Room 7. TTTANTED-A medium size fire-proof safe * * for cash. Address F. R. WILSON, 14Sooth Clark-st. TX7ANTED —To loan money on real estate VV in Chlra^ o * la soma of three to rtre thousand dollars, at ten per cent per annum. Address ATM. MATHfcWSON, Carpenter, P. O. ■WANTED—Everybody to know that the VV QUEEN* LAUXDKV.No.3S9 South Clark-st., U the quickest, cheapest, and the best. T\7ANIED-Everybody, old and toque, V V male and ftmalc. to call on Madam DUVAL. She Is the greatest fortune-teller-known. She will astonish you all with revelations of the past, present and future. No. sr, South CUrk-sU Chicago. TT7 ANTED—My friends and the public cen- VV crallv, to oil at and prove the tinthof Clairvoyance Vourpast, present and future accurately read, at 425 South State-st. GEORGIAN DESSIAUR\\7 ANTED—AII descriptions ol old broken, VV also pood watches, Jewclrv, old gold, silver, gur«. pistols. breech-loading rifles, umstral Instruments, east otrelothh g and all kinds of goods, f-r which the highest price paid in cash at DAUTLETFS, •10 fast Madison-sl. XX7ANTHD- Pressmakins, bv Miss Wil- VV tiams, 3t9 sooth Stalc-st. TV7ANTED—Everybody to know that the VV celebrated Gypsy Woman baa returned to this citr. If you wish tc know all the secrets of your past and future life, the knowledge of which may save yon Sears of sorrow and care, don’t fall to consult the ypsy Palmist, and get vonr life told correcllv brjhe Salra ofyour hand. Full satisfaction given. Realeace, 3S| LaSalle-st.. near Jackson. Consultation 91. T\7ANTED—AuV'-rc wbo has property to V V gel! or to let will do well to call and see us tvefore golrg elsewhere. E. LAMONTA CO., 131 Wrsblnglon-tt. T\7 ANTED—Count' rs and side shelving. A M lot of good tabla counter* and some side shelving Address GTS, Box 1,63, CMcn^o. \\7 ANTED-A permanent home for a little » t orphan Ctrl, S years nld.ln an American famllv. Is smart, Intelligent, and affectionate. Deferences required. Apply to M A W, Chicago Doit Office. fTTANIED—To trade chrars for a horse, harnwsasd K-sprlngwagon. Scparatelv or fur the let together. Address HORSE.Trlbone .office. ISoarhmgatrti Hogging. 6 Eldrldge-court—Suites of elegant furnished and unfurnished rooms, suitable for centl'-men Htjd tbeir wlvcsand single gentlemen, to permanent first-class parties. Van Burcn-st., near the Lake.— A pleas t* ant and verv desirable suite of large unlurnlshci pallors with I*cd-room attached If desired; also, on famished single room. K i West iladison-st.- A few gentlemen can ut find lodging and good board at |3 ta|V.« i>cr week. Also, cay hoarders wanted. t'f* East Adams-st.—Three or four gentlc• Pl/ men can be accommodated with board and lodging In large, well-furnished rooms. Also a few oay boarders wanted. QA South Pcoria-st.—Pleasant sleeping ov rooms, well famished, amt use of parlor, with good board, on reasonable terms, In » private bou-c, fifteen minutes’ walk from Court House. 9*7 Tbird-ar., cor. Ilarrison-st.- O e large • ftout room, suitable for three gentlemen, or gentleman and wife, with board. Terms moderate. I A A Monroc-st., opposite the Post Ofll'c.— lv\‘ A large furnished front room. tmliiWr for gtnUemsn and wife, and also two small ouc>. to rent, with board, on reasonable terms. ■jAt East Adams-st.-Two pleasant furlUl aisbedfront rooms with good board. Also da* boarders can be accommodated. IHI W?rrcu-st.—A large front ptrlor, furlUlnlsnrd. and a large chamber, furnished or unfurnished, with board, to gentlemen and wives or several single gentlemen. Terras reasonable. lAQ Thlrd-av.—A gentleman and wife or IWO two gentlemen can obtain good board and accommodation at reasonable terms; but few other boarders. Second hom-c from corner of Harrlson-st. 11 A Miclilcan-av. —A front room, with ILL* board,"suitable for a gentleman and wife or two single gentlemen. Also a few day boarders. i ; •> Adams-st.—Pleasant furnished rooms. 1 » for gentlemen and wives or single gentlemen, w ith nil modern conveniences and first-class table. A few Jay boarders accommodated at {j a week. | o?r West Monroc-st.—A choice of hand- IO I some rooms, single or In suites, to rent, with flrst-clnss board. Also vucanrv for single gentleman, in a new house. References given. r*9 State-st.—First-chi«e boatd, with plcasl * —ant moms, ftt reasonable rates, one block from e Post Office and one block from Madison-41. T7'> Wabafh-av.—Ferrdshed room*, with * lu board, for gentlemen ami wife or single gentlemen. Also a few day boarders can be accommodated. on j Twontv-fifth-st.—Two gentlemen can wUi: obtain hoard and pleasant rooms In a private family with no other boarders. 91 Erlc-st.—Fmnished rroms. for single id Igentlemen or families, with board, can be ol>. tained by applying as above. 901 Wabash av.— Board with or without ~dO\. rooms. • 9QE North LaSallc-st. —A mulc of unOtr»>)d rlshed rooms, with hot and cold water, and all modem conveniences attached. Also (Irst-chtM* board can be obtained. 9KQ West Bnndolpb-st.—A gentleman and atIO wife can find a pleasant and neatly furnished front room, with board. In a private Utuifv. Also, a single gentlemen. Reference required. 9C K Mlchlgan-av Rooms to rent, wi hor 9/wlthoat board, for gentlemen and wives or single gentlemen. Q£ j Ohio-sl.—Pleasant tarnished front OUT room, with closet, saltabl«» for gentleman ami wife or single gentleman, at a moderate price Also, day boarders accommodated. Reference required. 1 Michiiran-nv. —A large furnished Ironl Tut) room and two room.*, fornUhed or unfurnUb•d, suitable for gentlemen and wives or single senile* aicn. Dinner at 6. References given and required. {*l*o Wabash.av.—Desirable rooms, with n”»J first-class board, for gentleman and wife or single gentlemen. "7KO Michigan av., just north of Twenty. I t/^pcconrt-st. In the now three-story hrlek block. Furnished and untarnished rooms, with board. Dinner at Ip.m. •ffE I Michigan-av.—Furnished room and I*3t board for gentleman aud wife or two gentlemen, Rcfcrenccrcqnlrcd. VTATIONAL HOTEL —Nice front rooms for ii gentlemen and wives or single gentlemen, with orwiibont board, on reasonable terms. Three or four day boarders can be accommodated. Apply at the olflcc, corner of Washington and Wdls-stj, \f ICUIGAN-AV.. north of PightccntU-st.— 11l In private family, ft pleasant room and large closer, with board. Modern Improvements in house, which Is newly fitted up. Furnace heat, and comforts of a home. Address WW, care of Carrier 4, and slate where an Interview may be had. COUTH SIDF, convenient to street cars—A pleasant suite of unfurnished rooms, suitable for gentlemen and wife ; family private : no other boarders taken. For terms, Ac., audresi L, Tribune office. business Chances. FOK SALE—Or Rent—A lame flue hotel, containing JO rooms, well furnished, situated at Pern. Illinois, will be sold or rented on c»»y terms. The ftirnltarc Is new and good, and can he bought satisfactorily to the purchaser. Address GEORGE D. LADD, agent. Peru, Ills., or Colonel A. 1L CHAMHERN, 32 North Tblrd-st., Philadelphia. I7OR SALE—Patent Eight—l have invented v a new and greatly Improved Burglar Alarm, and have secured n patent right on the same, which can be seen in operation at 53 Mllwankoe-av. This alarm Is superior to all others In use. Where It requires one of the others at each window or door, one of these alarms will answer for an entire building by the assistance of a wire nr string, which Is drawn all over the building and attached to the ■Harm and also to each window or door, so if any window should be lifted or door opened, It will cause the discharge of the alarm. As I have said. It can be seen in operation al 55 cigar store. N. P. I- v its an, inventor, Chicago. XPOR SALE—A splendid stock ot dry goods -T In ft flourishing town of eight hundred Inhabitant*. on line of C-, 11. A Q. R. R . at a bargain. Also, fine brick store for sale or rent. Address Lock 80x32, Monmouth, 111. ■nOR SALE—The Delraonico Dining hall J. and European Hotel, central location, good ran of custom. Price. |15,{00, |5,000 down, balance in monthly payments out of profits. O. DANFOKD* CO., Boom 6, No. TSLaSallc-st. FOR SALE—Or trade for lands, Hor H Interest In the building, lease and foraitare of a hotel at Petroleum Centre. Rented for fx.tsW per annum. LAMB A CO.. 104 Randolph-st. Boom .. FOR SALE-The machinery and fixtures of a shoe lace manufactory; capacity about 1.200 gross per week. Tagging machinery for 3.000 gross per week. Now working and In good condition. As there is no manufactory of the kind mtho West, it will afford a splendid opening. .Price, 15.000. Address A. JACKSON, Flrst-ar., near Flfty-thlrd-st., New York City. T7OR SALE—Patent Right—A self-fastening F table leaf supporter, patented April 14. IS6S, which, for cheapness, durability and convenience, exceeds anything out. State, county and shop mats for sale or trade. Address nr ralf »ad see Table at Ko.Sftßnsh-st., Chicago. SAiIDEL EHKUAN, Pa* tentce. _ rpOR SALE —Millinery ami clressmakins T store, for sale cheap. I»o. 57? Sooth Caaal-st. T?OR SALE—An assorted stock of fresh l* clothing and hoots and shoes, value Would exchange for inside city rroprrtT. and amme Incumbrance. SIDNEY W. SEA, M 2 lU.ndo!ph-sU FOR SALE—Hardware, stores, tin and copper manufacturing badness, located *“J«« C SSiS and best part of the city for the 1 Stock amounts to fCSiCtt-ono part cash, the balance la city property. Address HQ, Tribune office. FOR SaLE—The lease and Bstnres of n k.looq ana Hm.rJ UMr. In n.«nl ori»r pood business. Reason for scl.lns, ftbont to leave the city. Apply at ->jl South Clar^-st FOR SALE- Drmr store, stock of 57,000 in one of the best town? of Soothers Illinois, on rail* road In frnlt reslon. Would exchange for good land In Central Illinois. For terms, Ac., address Box 3*, Olccy, 111. I7OR SALE—Cn easy terms, or will elr* chan-e tor other cltr property, boarding bocse, i»3 Adam? ot- with lease of the ground and farnltnre. I will also sell office. bnlUlnz.dwelling antf barn, with 1,,,, j; years of loltifr'anJ it-* Adams-st. JAMES BLAKE, Boom 14, Lombard Bloat. _ t?OR SALE—The lease and furniture in a JD small brick hotel in this dty. One of the best harries ever offered can be had. Must be sold. LAilßftCO-,104 Bandolph-sußDom ■. T?OR SAL?—For several thousand dollars, X 1 & legitimate paring business, well established. Address P. O. Box «2, city. FOR SALE-Lease and furniture of a No. I boarding house on Booth Side, now full cfboarders, at *COO. Tht* Is n bargain. G. DANFURO ft CO., Room C, No. IS LaLatle-n. FDR SALE —To Printers and Publishers— One share In a good paying job printing company. Small capital. Address CASH, care Carriers!. P3R SALE—A Rare Chance—fiM will buy the store and fixtures at 231 Sooth State-st., doing a good business and having a stock of cigars ana tobacco, fruits nuts, confectionery, and newspapers, and periodicals. Worth fax'. Business good, and In lair prospect of betrg belter. Satisfactory reasons given for selling. Inquire as above. T7OH SALE- H interest in aeoodpayiper r palooD.cood location, and doing a good, fair trade. Call at BALDWIN ft CO.’s Business Exchange, IW Madlson-sU. Room 4. T79R SALE-Business Chances—We make a I? Fpcclalty tn this line. A frl]*i*Vrn °sßnsltrade. Can’t bo heat. At BALDWIN ft CO. o Bust ness Exchange, 10fi Madison st., Loom*. ■P'OR 3ALE-A billiard SiJ ° r . -T wthont fixtures, on ■,P°?L C eons given tor Apply ft SSNorth ciml >u_ F\i» sat.?—A drucr store dolntr a good bnslnres-new awnings, coal laid In for the wintsr fkflOO, P*rt c* sh ,°l ,? lcban ®5 estate. Uoslßcul Address M Jo,"careolCarrier«. ffliSaiUflissjaale ?selp. Bookkeepers, BaleLm.cn, 4c, WAN ' ED—Journeymen Tailors. ■ Tbicc » T good coal makers can bare steady eTnnl'irment Iheyearrf.nnd, at good wages. Apply to TOOS. L. (lUKKyilomt, Canton. Faiton County, p|. WANTED -I want a man to take the Agency for Lloyd’s great Doable IteToin-i; MAi'J'pr Laron* and America, and America, with tbe 4,000 County colored map of the United States on the back, »a<mcd to-day, and needed by etery family, school nnd library In the land, with patent rereraew. by which either map can be thrown front Each map IsGtxftl inches large,with ribbon binding and doable* faced rollers. Price tj, worth fM A small capital will do to sun with, tit) » copy can be got for «»t*e great mnpa. bend stamp mr circular, terms, AC. J. T. LLO XD, lk)X 319, Chicago, Cl. ■\TTANTED— I Three experienced dry coods »» sileemcn. Falaryllla week. Apply to PETTIS. DICKSON A CO., Indianapolis. M ' ‘ OAE * l 4i '' *\\7ANTED—Sulcfemei to sell, by sample. » > three hraa new article-*. Call at once an.l etanili c them. ISS per week zuiranfi-d. o. It. STANFORD a CO., IS Reynolds’ Block, Chicago. T\7ANTED—in experienced salesman in TT the hat, cap, and fur trade. First-rate references required. Apply to A. IIEItZOC, 10 Late st. WTANTHD For the Union Pacific Rail- Ti road, good stout railroad men. at f 3 per day. Also good Carpenters at ft, and good Stone Masons alts per day. Free transportation. B. HANSEN, Agent, U. P K. U., 10 Klnric-st. \\f ANTED- 3,C00 laborers for sradi'" TV B. & 51. 11. K. In lows. Wages f>. For transportation apply to oar agents. I*. B. \Vo»re*Co., Commission verchants.Xo. in Dearbora-st. WOLF. t’AUPFNTER* AYLE, Contractors, \\7ANTED—Affoodslrons bov to w.-rkin VV a store and make himself get crallv ujeful. Address EW, Tribune office. TT7ANTED—A man to sell notions off a VV wagon. To famish his own team and wagon, and have goods furnished at New York cost. Address WAGON, In care of Carrier No. 3. Chicago. TTTANTED—A crocery clerk. U brake-men, VV 3 men to take orders, t salesman. 3 waiters. 1 lann band, 2 drivers, and 50 laborers at £LSO per dav. Apply at Room 40, Reynold's Block, Dearborn-st.' T\7ANTED —1 assistant bookkeeper, I entry V V clerk. 1 travelling agent, 3 clerks. 3 brakemcn, 1 fireman. 3 porters. 3 waiters, 1 bartender and 3 palmers. Apply at SI Dearborn-st., Room 1. Applicants t-y mall address H.G. ROSS A CO., P. O. Box Sll, enclosing 10c for particulars. W ANTED—'IOO laborers f r railroad work VV in Indiana. Free transportation. Also 500 to g» down Sooth. For particulars apply to the Company's agent. No. 73 Clx-k-st., Room 4. T\7ANTED—Ibis day. 20 choppers and ICO V V laborers for Ka'cm.iroo A Allegan R. R. 200 for Illinois. JW for Wl<con«ln. Wages $3 n?r div. Free transportation. Apply at 160 Madison-st., RoiiuU. \V ANT ED—Forty laborers to work at a I » day ICO men for to?» Railroad, wasvs per day. I'lcnty of open logs for ;dl kinds of tabor at 93 Kandolph-st., lioomS. T\7AN*ED-Mcn to CDfratre in the husincs “ ofselllng “Moodv's Magic and Solder Cement' to Looses and stores. Men wanted to establish aecc ties. ISi South Uark-st., Room :. "WT ANTED— To-dar, SCO railroad labnrcrs it for Illinois and lowa. Also .“5 teams, and a few Carpenters at ft, and Stone Masons at |0 per dav. Free transportation. 256 South Watcr-jt., near Lakcst. bridge. operators on machine. * v blisters and finishers, and a good pressman. A decent tailor, with tem or cash, as partner In n profitable business. Call at 113 Bine Island-ar. TV'ANTED first class dry gomU salesman. • ■ who speak? German. Apple at No. 331 North Clark-st. TT7ANTED —heven salesmen tins morning, » V aner 9 o’clock, at ORVIS * DJSTWICK>, 133 and 135 l)carhorn-»t. To first-class sulc*m*» familiar Pith our line of goods we will par fj3 per week. Tothuseufllttle ornocxpetienc: |3ouflrsiyt,ar. ■\TT ANTED—Two salesmen of experience, li and one of little or no experience, to whom permanent cmplovroent and liberal salaries will be given Apply at K. u: CURRAN'S. No. IS Speed’s B!ock._ T\7ANTED A ni’in that means ousiocj Tf and has tSCO cash capital, ran secure a legit • ate manufacturing bu-lnrs?, that will piv Irnmcil atelv several hundred per cent. LAMB A CO., 1- Randolph-sR. Room 7. WANTED— An experienced salesman, one acquainted with the boot and shoo business. Apply at 13t Lake-st., from S to 9 a. m., Tnc«day. TIT ANTED—A smart hoy for a b'rbcr shop T» —one that has been a short lime at the bnslncss preferred. Apply at SI West Lako-sl. _ y\7 ANTED—A man in my cilice, one wi * » some eapUal preferred, and if he suits me I v pay blmtisperwcck. Aupiyat 161 Washington £. LAMOST. TIT ANTED—Press hov. at No. li South f » Clar.'-s*., at once. M.'N. SMITH A CO. TSTANTED—This day, 1,000 railroad la- It borers <n R. I. ft I*. Ik R. W*gis#2 per dar. Work all winter. Free transportation. Also .TOO foe Michigan. Apply to K. F CHRISTIAN * C>L, Agents, Room 3 Lind’s Block, Randolph-?!, bridge. TI7ANTED—This dav, I.j saw mill hands v » for Michigan. AisoSft quatrvlaborers, 10chop- Grs. Ac., at Employment Headquarters, Room 3. nd’s Block. Tradog. TITANTED—A good linuer to go to the t t country. For'particulars Inquire of JEWETT & KOor. ro l;iur-st TI7ANTED—Three linncrs. Steady work M all winter, ifil Cottage Grot e-av. W^ANTED —A good Cabinet maker. Apply tt at 143 Lakc-st.", l>efore9 o’clock a. m. * Tir^NTED—Tailors. Apply at No. -0 T * North State st. TITANTED—TdiIo’S to do repairing on tt clothing. Good wages. Apply at .333 South Clark st. T\TANTED— Fifteen good carpenters at T T nc-w theatre, Kos. 11l and 11 1 DcarMra-st. mediate employment and good wa^cs. sikHautcb==jfcmalE 2jcip WANTED— Three girls to make neck tits and one for housework. 3T> West Lake-^t. TtyANTED— Girls experienced in makin: tl band-made neckties. Apply at 73 Twcnty-fiflL T\7ANTED First-class ironers at Dearborni y ft. Laundry, No. llSl)ca;born-9t., basement. T\T ANTED—Dressmakers. Also uppren- It tiers to loam the boslne s *. Inquire at 101 Twenty-second st. MRS. ROW LAN IK T\7ANTED —A good Hoop Skirt maker, at I T No. 150 South Clark-st. T\7ANTED—Fifteen finishers on coats. Ti Also, five operators. Good prices pal<l. Apply at 331 stalest. WANTED— Nu’sc girl :»t No. 149 Twenty t T nrat-st.. between Wabash-ar., and Statc-st. House Servants- T\7 ANTED—A hall-crown colored Ctrl to T* assist In general housework. Apply,between 9 and 11 In the morning, at 499 West Madlson-st. WANTED— A good girl to do general housework la a small utility. Must come well recommended. Call atlCO Third-av. _ T\7ANTFD —A girl to do general house- Tv work, with good city rcf.-rcccc». Apply at 174 illchlgan-st. . T\7ANTED —A competent cook and dining T» room girl In a private boardinghouse. Irqnire at SGC Wabash-av., between the hours of 2 and 4 p.m., basement door. WT - ANTED—A thoroughly competent dinv« Ing room girl. None other need apply. Call al Ml Wabasb-av. T\7ANTED—A Norwegian or Gorman grl TT capable of dolus general housework, tor a family or six persons. Heat of references required. Apply at No. SS» Wab-sh-av., near Twelflh-st. "TITANTED - A girl to do second work. Tv Apply at 423 Wabash av., from 10 a. m.tol pm. Good references required. ■\T7ANTEP— At 331 Wahash-av.,. a good it competent cook, washerand Ironer. One that understands her business, and docs It, can get good p»r- TT7ANTED Two girls, one to cook, wash tt and Iron, the other to do second work and attend to children. Apply to B. F. PATRICK, 6tt Wabush-nv. T\7ANTED-A girl to work on custom TT vests. Apply at Room 23. Dole's Building, northwest corner Clark and South Watcr-st. TTTANTED— A Ctrl of good character, not TT over JO years of nge, as servant In a familv on the West Side, where she would have a coinforiuble nrd happy home, if she would be perfectly content to live in a cottage. Call at S 3 West Tylcr-sL, corner of Centre-ar. T\7ANTED— A good pleasant girl to a«sH TT In general housework. Apply at 21S State-st. up-?lalrs. TTTANTED—A girl who cm cook, wash and T» iron. Good wages and a comfortable home. Scotch or German preferred. Apply at 297 Weal Tajlor, between llabted-st. and Blue leland-av. TTTANTED—At National Hotel, a wom-m Tv cook and girl for general work. Apply at the WANTS D—A good cook and second girl. T V Apply at basement door, at 436 Mlchlgan-ar. WANTED— An English woman, or a German. Norwegian, or Swedish one, who can speak English, to do general housework In * private family. A good home and permanent sitnalkm. Applv, lor two days, at 379 West Taylor-st, near Uw- SLd-ft. TX7ANTED—A Waitress. Good references it required. No Irish necdapply. ApplyatSH Huron-Bt. \\? ANTED—A to do housework h» a it jamUy of three person*. CaT all 19 West Van Burca-wt, between 9a. m. and 4p. ro. TT7 ANTED —A good pirl for general boose- Tl work, at 127 Wrjt Jackaon-sL Must havea ixeommrndatioti. TT7ANTED— An assistant cook. Anply TT early at GRANT & SON'S Restaurant,llS Dearborn-st. T\7A2iTED—A eood fiirl to do ireneraT t t housework. American or German preferred. To such a one pood wages and stead; employment wl’"- «trcn. Inaolrc at sr2G Fo!loc-«L ■lll Bc*gtV> TXTANTED-At 213 Wabaah-ar., a trood T ' cook, washer and Irocer, In a prieate boarding house. Onewbocanfornlshjtood references. TXT ANTED—A girl to do perioral bouse- T t work. Good paj and permanent place. Apply at W Park-av. __ XT'ANTED—A competent alrl to do second Ti work. Apply, wlia references, to-day,atwls TTest Washing, oa-st. TT7 ANTED—M the Et. Cloud Hotel Vt * - and dining room girls. chamber TT7ANTSD—At 4S Jackson-st., near Wa- VV ha*h-av.—A smart. Intelligent girl for dlninsroom and chamber work. WANTED— Girl to iLt cenoral housework in a email family. Inquire at 17TX North La- Salle-st. TXT ANTED—4. first-class cook. Call 115 Y\ Adama-st ..between 2 and 1 p.m. iEant?b=®o Kent. TWANTED—To Rent—By a centtanen and » Ms wife, a first-class residence. famished. In one cf the best and most respectable localities In Chlcaco. Mlchlgan-ar. or Wabash preferred. Address Box 86S, or call at Boom S. Lombajd JHock. TT7ANTED— I To Rent—l want to rent a Tv small house famished, and well located, on the South Side. SIDNEY L. UNDERWOOD, bo. 1&» Washtcgton-st. WANTED—To Rent—A first floor, with > > entire control of kitchen, or three large In p rooms, with flrst-claas board. Including a gentleman and h» wife chua-c m Wabash or Mlchlgan-avs.. net *ooia «. Twenty srcond-st.fbr the winter. Rfftrc3"sjwen and rc qolred. Address GOOD POME, Tribune gpce. TTrATcrpn—To Scot— On the Wcs» for aidTiither now. or on or before Novemw „^° rth Jnorif s cottaefrof Ito 6 rooms or a°resre<tablc neighborhood. West ofrt*°vsd in*S to3o mamtes* walsTng distance from ?- lt i. e g» a TTftn«e nrcftrr*!. Rent mast he moderate, nfferenwsb*_triren. 4i ldrcs3 ’ «ta«ng!o-na?d •wms. UG. Tribane office. W‘ ANTED—To Rent—ln a respectable private house, by a gentleman and lady, small apartment* satiable fbr housekeeping. Address, grating terms S 8. Trlbnae office. lilersonal. 'PERSONAL—A correspondence is desired JT by a young gentleman, with a few young ladles of refinement. Bole object, amusement. Address, FRANK T. GRAHAM. Chicago, 111. PERSONAL —Correspondence wanted with r several young ladles, agreeable and accomplished. with a further acquaintance if desirable. No Benders." Address jobteotteb, Situations aaazmteb. Males. SITUATION—Wanted A younc man of *p steady habits desires a situation In a leather ■tore. Ha* had two years* experience; writes agootf » Rood marker, and It willing W work. Address GEO. A. WHITE, Chicago, 111. SL I ' I UA l TlOK—Wantcd—To Photographers r'Qfle of the oldest »ad most soccestfcil photo-slatp l» « prwent la thU city, or 1 i» fcl, "?i l P a to {ak « cUanre of a raDery. Addrcia PUOTOCItATfIEa, TrlftlTU o ctm^Ti^v—^f fl nted—Bv a boot and sfaoc ;fv"S. ,, A^ :, u n?ffsrv r .s;°y « «<»«« trr. Addrers ENXIN t .fcKTBte l . l tS« 1 S. cl -' ftITyATION—-Wanted —By a Tran!r maa O wl o speak* German, to do Q r r77v-„ hiTT self nsefi lla a store. Inquire at ta Twenty^° r Jt“‘ SITUATION—Wanted Br an experienced drur clerk. Address “ DRUGGIST,” Jancarlrie AVIs., staling terms. * OITUATIi N • Watted As dnur clerk, by & O yonpc man having some knowledge ol the business Rrfcrrnccs given. If required. Address EW. Dcddsvlllc. 111. ITU ATION —W anted—is coachman bv aa experienced man. In & private faniilv. Anrdf ins three days, at his last place, 697 illchlgaa-av. )d references given. SITUATION - Wanted—As a coachman* O The best of reference*. One who truly understands hfs business. AddressT DT, Tribune office. SlTUATlON—'Wanted—'To Merchaet Tail- O ors—As cutter by a man of experience andnnexcei.tlonabliyiiabll?. Address CUTTER, Trlbane office, with real name. QITDATION— Wanted-By an experienced O salesman, in a boot and shoe or leather honse.or with some other parties. Can loan his employer t few hundred c ollarj If ncecssaary. Address LAMB. No. IC4 Rasdolph-sL, Room*. OlTUATlnN—'Wanted- By. a yonnsr man of O sti ady habits, writes a plain rapid hand, to drivo adellvrry wagon, work In a ►tore or fbr a pirate, uraily. Any person doirics the services ol ayonmg u-an would Qnd the advertiser falthfnl and trustworthy. lb«{ ef references. Address NEWTON, Tribune CJTUATION —Wauled—By a bov eighteen O years of age, can write a coo cl hand and has practicable experience In the Engllsblsi gu.ee andepeak* thre«--dlllcrcnt languages. Oe I- most desirous of retting Into a store. Apply at Scandinavian House. UP Michigan-st. Oil UAIIOX-TTantcd-Bj a ronnij man O who U a jtood penman, rap’d and correct, la » lawyer’s or conveyancer’s office; is accustomed to arawinsdccas.de. Would do any wrltlusat Oood reference. Address T, Tribune office? S r iTL ATIOS—W anted By a respectable - youssuwa tv* coachman nnd gardener; ca;erstands the cate of co*«. Country preferred. Address lor two days, T 1), Tribune office. OITUATION—-Wonted—To Drucfji ts—By O a yencs man from Scotland, In a drag store. n** Lad seven ycar>’ experience at the basinet, andK well recommended. Address CHEMIST, Tribune office. SITUATION Wanted -By a first-class C 5 enrdenor. Hood city references given. Address t AUDEN EB, Tribane office. CITL ATlON—Wasted - Bva practical and O thoroughly competent douhlo-ea:rv bookkeeper In a wholesale groerrv or rnniinldoa hoasc. L»*rcliable, honest and of good steady tnMts. City references given. Address U, Xnbnnecffice. CITUATION—Waotcd-By an Irishman O Jest landed in the States, as clerk, or employment lu .ny light business, has some knowledge of thr taltdlns trade, amt of arch trctural ami mechanical drawing. Address TM, Tribune office. C I7UA~ lON—Wanted —Attention, Dnig- O gists—As dispensing clerk by a person who ha» been unfortunate In hndne s Excellent letters aal«» qualification?, Ac. Address for three days, JL, Tribune office. CITh ATI 7N—Wanted -By a young man O (iii-nu»ni, to drive a carriage. Has bad three vearV experience In the same occupation. Address Driver, »7 west Lakc-st. Females* CITUiTION—War.cd—By a good dressk? maker. In famines erfertwonnn laashup. Inquire at No. 7 Hlnsdalc-st. CITL-ATION - Watted—By an American O'lndy as l oasekeeper. References exrhaog-rt. Addr*-??. staling where an Interview may be bad. Mls«M. BANK?, No. 3IS West Carroll-st. QITL ATlON—Wanted—Bv a voting {girl to O do general housework in a urinate familv. Good refemu es given If required, incase address for two days, M G 11, Tribune office. SITUATION -Wanted—By a good cook, washer and Ironer. Please call on or address G M, No. til South Stale st. CITUATION—Wanted—By a good girl to do O up-stairs or dining room work. In a private Ciaiily. Good reformers given. Inquire for two days at HI Wentworth-av. CITUATION—Wanted—By a Get man girl O (Protestant) as chambermaid In a first-cla-s fim- llv. Understands plain sewing, mUllr.'-rv work and. dress-making. Apply at ICO Mvbioa-st. CITL ATlON—Wanted —By a respectable O yoanu woman to do plain sewing In a private fi mtlv. Is a very cent sewer. Inquire at No. 4 Hlas(ialC-st. CITUATION—Wanted . As child’s maid or O to do sewing or second work. Address c* w. Tribune office. V cook or to do general housework. Addres«s:9 Ptate-st., upstairs. CITI ATlON—Wanted—By a compStcnt German woman a« housekeeper. Goodreferenew given. Address GERMANIA. Tribune office. CITUATION - Wanted - By a young lady as O !«lC!.woman to learn the business. Speaks Engll»li, French and German Best references given. Address Miss & S, Tribune office, CITUATIONS—Wanted—For a Protestant O girl, faithful and good as ca i be found In Chicago, wl.-hes to go south of Twelfth-.*!. Also, two gotxt girls, with n fi rvm e-. wi>h to g<» on tne North side. Apply at Mrs. HALKAM’S office. liSii State-st, CITUATION—Wanted—As cook in a pri- O vate familv by a respectable girl. No' objections to general housework. Good ref-runces. Apply at Si. Joseph Orphan Asylum, corner North State and Supcrlor-sts. ’ ' CITUATI IN Wan ed—Bv a trosiworthr iO-Fn>tc»t3nt elrl to do up stairs wars. Address E J N, Tribune office. CITUATIONS —Wauled—By two very re- O sitectaldc girls, one as cook. wa«her a-id iroaer. ana the other 10 do accoud work. Best of city references given. Inquire at 166 North ludiaua-st. SITUATIONS —Wanted—Tty two Canadian girls In a private famllr. as cook and second gtrt. nr M-toßti girl and seamstress. Apply at 131 North Well*.*!. QITUATfON —Wanted—In a private family, as housekeeper, bv a thoroughly competent lady. Addrv** Mrs. M A W, Tribune otrtcc. agents SHaantcb. AGENTS— Wunlfci. - For MAUBu* Smith’s new book, “SUNSHINE AND SHADOW IN NEW YORK.” If yon wish to know how fortune* are mad- and lust In a day; ho*' “countrymen” arc swindled by sharper-; how gambling houses and lotteries are conducted, and everything of luting to prominent men and Important places of New York, read “SUNSHINE AND SHADOW IS NRW TORS-** A large octavo vol„ over TOO pages, finely Illustrated. Ws want agent*, maleor female. In every cSlv or town to canvass for It. Everybody wants to know all about New York. N° book ever published that sells Ronpldly. Vte employ no general agent* and offer thelarrust cotcmbulon. Sendfbr our 33-page circular. Fell particulars andterm-to agents sent free on application. J. B. BURK A CO-Pubs. Hartford (X A GENTS—Wanted— lS. Mb a year to agents JrV to introduce as article of absolute household utilllv. and In universal demand. Address W. A. UENIIERSON i CO., Cleveland, Ohio. AGENTS-Wantfd— Look in the papers and find where the political meetings are beingheld, ther a nd ton-nnc get an assortment of Pins and Medals, nr Pictures In oval frames. You can nun airuair, «u i iviUtia Ml m,.m uaim.. *vw v-«. makefStoflo a day till November. We guarantee oar assortment SO per cent better and cheaper than elsewhere In the cityJlAddress SAMMONS. CLARK & CO.. 101 Lakc-at .Chicago, A GENTS- Wanted I.OCO male and female. x\. who can clear SIOO per month on my everv day selling articles, send for circulars. U.R.LANDON, 67 Lakc-st. AGENTS— Wan-ed Frr -THE BLUE COATS, and how they lived. Fought and Died for the Union, with Sccn.-s and Incidents In the Great Rebellion.” It contains over 100 fine engravings ana SCO pages, and U the spiciest and cheapest war book published. Price only $2.50 per cony. Send for circular* and see our terms. and a full description of the work. Address JONES. DUOS. A CO- Chicago. HI. AGENTS— Wauled—For the city, to whom extra Inducements will be offered by the KNICKERBOCKER LIFE- • Apply at '66 and 164 Randolph-st., Chicago. RICHARD BAXTER, Manager. A GENTS—Wanlcd—Clark’s Indelible P«m- J\ ell for marking linen, Plsnchette, the great mysterv. and twentv other articles. Send for onr new clrtnjlars. SITRTEVANT & Cw., 9 Custom House place, basement. AGENTS —Wanted—Great excitement— Baders sndMedal*. 1 to 5c each: Live? and Portraits of Candidates. 10c each; Charts, 20c each. Sent hv express. C. O. D. No time to be lost. GOODSPEED & CO., Chicago. A GENTS —Wanted—Attention book agenU and all wonting profitable employment: Send yr.npaddreis.and wewliloend you, free, a sample of a llaht article, which sella at sight and pays too per cent. STODDARD A CtL, 105 Waehmgton-st., Chicago A GENTS—Wanted Farmers Wanted ! A “KING OP STOCK BOOKS.”L3Mpages—3oo lllcstrallons—all about the history and varieties, crofelng, breeding, feeding and management, oh* ease* and tlielr remedies, of the horne, mttlc. sheep, oonltrv, etc. In cheapness and fnlocs* It haan.» rival. Every farmer absolutely needs It. “THE NEW MAP WONDER,” and a State map given to every subscriber, also to any ncr»on who will procure a good agent. For dcampttvepamphlet. adJresa. GOODS'EED A CO., Chicago or New York. A GENTS—Wanted—For a new and useful A work Jn?t out, “ RECOLLECTIONS OF A BUSY LIFE.” by Horace Greeley. A splendid octavo vol- - ume of over 00 pasr*. beautifully Illustrated. A. work of real value and deep latcrrat to old and yoon; of all classes. Agents with experience or without who want a ready-selling book forali-claaaea. wit send Immediately and secure first choice of territory Terms extremely liberal. I. A. STODDARD & Co.* 102 Waibington-st.. Chicago. A GENTS-Wanted—Fr-r the official “ HIS- A TOBY OF THE WAIL” by Hon. Alexander Hitrohcn#. A hook far all section# asfl all parties, twin* a constitutional view uf the Cause*. Character, Conduct and Besnlt> of the War. P«comln| more and mote nt polar as *t becomes better known* Sales Immense. AzcnU with other books can double their lists hr taking this. Srnd for fall descriptions and terms; Address, ZEIGLER, McCURPT & Co., Philadelphia, F« i Cincinnati, O-, Chicago, Hh, or SU La ala. Mo. A GENTg—Wanted To sell: DR. W3I. A SMITH'S DICTIONARY OP THE BIBLE. Also, the Derotloaal and Practical Tamil/ Bible, Pncly lBus» tratad and very altractlye. Semi for circular*. Addrts* B. U. TREAT. 117 South Cl&rk-sL, Chicago. A GB NTS—Wanted-JSO to *SO oer week Xl can be made by male or female with LINING-1 TON’S Celebrated Spring Steel Needle Package*. ’ Everybody will have one. Poor papers la eacn ■ package. Send 23 cents for sample pacsaeea and ctrcalar. C. M. LTNENQTON, 6S Sooth Halstead-st., ; Guess'. IU. A OENTS—’Winded—For Ibc AMERICAN J\ SPRING STEEL NEEDLES. Oar agents aro maklnc *lO to 30 per day. and any person caado aa well- Send stamp S>r terms IO sample of needier end efcht other articles .to, SUAX ft CO., 87 Halsted-st. Chicago. AGENT** -Wanted—Male .and female, Sl® tn*™nor <l«t. In a permanent business, snltabla forUdSSd«S™r». aarimr., little .jire llac, wV have the ten selling and beat payln? article* la the United States, r.ceofnl In every family, and pay atenr? with small canltal.9o cents on the dollar. Call nads£ the Inducamei.U, or send af wcn. Uouhle sample®cents. E. W.uUrrrd.L t aloQgul Ualsted-at., Chicago. - _j AGENTS— Wanted—For “ OUR FAMILY PHYSICIAN.” in both English and German. A thoroughly reliable guile to tb- detection and treatment of all diseases tbst can be either checked in their career or treated entirely by any Intelligent person, without the aidof a pbysldan ; especially such as re- Suite prompt and energetic measures, and those pccu* at to this country: embracing the allopathic, homco* patbie, hydropathic, eclectic ami herbal modes or treatment. An octavo volume of over 500 elo-ely printed pages. Price |LSO. No book now published offers agents equal inducements. It trill sell readily to all classes of people, as the subject Is of the greatest Importance to even- indlvidnaL Exclusive torW lory given. Address Xs. GOODMAN ft CO., Publisher?, 5 Custom He use-place. Chicago, HL A GENTS—Wanted—We invite the attea- A tlonof agents and dealers to onr large and well selected stock of campaign and holiday goods; conslstlngln part of carved walnut and gilt frames; Saio oval rosewood and gilt do, rustic parlor and card do, alt urns, steel engravings, stereoscopic views, lithographs, plain and colored; card, cabinet, and medium photographs, maps, charts, badges, medals, Srlze packages, etc. Our goods are ati new.of the fst quality, and we do not Intend to he undersold by any house In the West. Send for circulars. GEORGE F. CRAM. Proprietor Western Map Depot, 131 Lakeat. Chicago. A GENTS —Wanted—sl timekeeper, hand±\. some cate, glass crystal, steel and metal works, white enamelled dial, ordinary watch size, warranted to denote eorreckUme and keep tn order fire years. Agents are making *2OO per month selling this wonderful Invention. Send si fbt timekeeper or write for terms. O, B. STANFORD ft CO « W Keynolda* Block; Chicago, UL

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