Thanks to everyone who replied. I found what I was looking for at Stanley's since I live right off of Elston. I wound up purchasing far more than the peanuts since they had such good bargains on produce.
I've got to try the middle eastern store on Foster as well as the asian markets on Argyle when I get a craving for durian.
The boiled peanuts turned out well. To answer brady73's question, boiled peanuts are more of a southern US thing and can often be purchased on the side of the road in Florida and S. Georgia (and I'm sure a few other places as well). You need to add a ridiculous amount of salt to the boiling water and boil the peanuts for about 4 hours. Then you let them sit in the hot water for another couple of hours to get them soft like beans. It may be an acquired taste as I shared them with some of my Chicago friends who didn't care for them at all...
A number of the Asian shops at Argle and Broadway carry them.
NUTS ON CLARK in Wrigleyville.
WHOLE FOODS carries them as well in the bulk section.
TREASURE ISLANDS food stores.
The middleeastern Grocery Store on Foster just west of Clark Street in Andersonville is great for variety of nuts and fantastic made fresh hourly takeout. Great cold fava bean salad, garlic hummus, red pepper babaganoush, tabulouh, pureed lentil soup, stuffed turnovers, kibbe, etc, etc.
5509 North Clark Street, Chicago, IL 60640
They carry a variety of raw nuts.