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THE LAW COURTS.
of AHalng Property—
|Bf«rn«UoDi Against W&retaoasrmen
Qdßshcd-Ncw filnlu, JudgoeaU, ElCi
CIRCUIT COURT.
. MINING PROPERTY—CONSTRUING A LEASE.
Judge Tree-yesterday delivered an opinion In
aoaee which'.has, In several shapes heretofore,
been litigated in the Federal Charts. It is the
of Tucker, Brown <k Co., v. Martin O. Walker
icd Others. This is an action of covenant on a
ease, lor coal lands in Columbiana Count?. Onto.
. ind the defendants plead a withholding and
svletloa from a portion of the surface of the land
lesorlhed in the lease. To these pleas plaintiff*
emurred. The question raised by the demurrer
ras whether the surface of the land was convey
'd by the lease, or only so much thereof as l«
leoeseary to enable the dee dams t* worn tn«
■ muss. The eolut.on of cne qtie.non was in the
tase. The !plalnt>fl‘*« ooote»«i-d that the less*;
o-iy granted the rufat of esoawng and remo--
Og coal from the lands, with ibe oooupaUOF of
To ninoh aucfaoe as was n*-oeßsa‘y thereto Tn
lefendants a right to toe general use,
ocnpanoy and enj »yin*iac of th-» au*f*oa. a
tellaetnepnvili-gr or im-»iDg. in support of
his proposition, refer ed to the laa-**
. jthow thatit crvDefl not only the farml ig
ands by express terms, bet added the rignt to
nine coal
The Court found it to be Impossible to notice
hat If It was the intention t » give tne g-at-rai
ise of the lan**■» that the lease U •o'allyd—
Iclent in providing any of The ordinary reatrio
ions and covenants ordinarily placed m lea-e
-1 agnonltnral land. The lease realms in its
ireamble that the le-sors are dealrou* t i hav •
1 the right of minir g for* and excavating ooaL”
L the body ot the leat-e. The leaeorn demise and
Base “the Jarmlng laud* ” together with the
; ifiht to mine, etc., ••together with u*e, m) »y
-sent, and oooupktlon of bo i.mh of me surface
f said lands as may h- necessary to carrv on or
ondnot thfftnlDlDg for coal on e*ld premia *s or
-ny part thereof” T.»en follows a o mil ton,
■y* * -£Q_maay tons of coal -hall be attracted
during each of the ten years rho leas • shall ran,
V :iom the -16 th of July, 1803, upon a
/ • pjaltyof 15 oeuts per too of oal. there are
-jrther rights accorded, bat only ■* for the use and
\ rocking of said mines ” It seemed to tha Court
hat the case had exclusive reference to amine,
indthat, whtlejjfneral words of demise were used
thioh would ordinarily carry the general use of
surface, •■‘ords w-re followed by a
jpeciai demise,<;anv©yitie only ibe mining prop
erty. If the intention wai to convey the who
aerate,thr.Bßwords wer* sope fla ms Thereault
>., iras that the pleas were held to be bad
t, DECREE
A decree wa*.enteren in behalf of Gordon 6.
Gabbard. Jr„ ss against the estate of Benjamin
B. Gaddnok and the heirs for a conveyance of
Slocks 2.8.6,-and 7 in R Id’s subdivision of the
▼eet half of ;the southeast quarter of flection 27,
59,23, east s. v
FEW SUITS.
I Henry Mathis* an action of
against Frank DUI »n and James Saunders in
which tie damages are laid at tl.oeo, A atoUi
Th«piKmtiffiObarKea anatsaaltnp
• pn bm In .which brass knuckles are alleged to
trje been nsed.
aotloc on the ca*e was instituted by Dora
Knapp agatnat the Union Sieamboac Company,
=the Erie Railway Company, and the Lehign Val
ley Railroad Company, the damages being laid
at t1.600.
I>ora Lef twitch sues Lottie Dens in an action
on the ease, laying the damages at 83,000. 6he
also sued cat a capias, in the affidavit for which
it Is charged that there was a malicious arrest on
a charge of larceny
- Assumpsit was commenced by Gertrude Schil
ler against Oswald Kubvitchky, demand being
made for uo,ooo.
An action on the case, damages 85.000, v»» com
menced by Andrew J. Sullivan against John G.
Borne.
THE SUPERIOR COURT,
r new Cases.
Ellen Gleeson, as the widow of Michael
Oleecon, tiled bills for the assignment to
her of dower, in Lot 9. and west 1A feet of Lots,
George Steele’s flubnivitlm of the west half of
Bleck 27, Bhhool Section Addition, Lot 22, Block
Section Addition; Lot 9. Blocs 11.
’^ußbean’sAddition (Nos 162 and 161 Green street)
ax.d Snb-let 2 of Lor S, Block 7, Canal T ustees
Subdivision of frauth nal ►ecttoual addition.
Actions of ftßtnmp-ii. among others, were com
menced by Elizabeth Reinhart v. Louis. Eman
uel, and Hartman, copartners, toe demand
being for ll.fiuo. and by u W, Lobdell ▼. Tne
University of Chicago demand 82,000; also by
John T* lapel v. C. Adam and Lorenz Baer, de
mand $lBOO.
Nicholas Stephen*, as the agent of Sohnlenberg
4c Boockeler. of St Loots. ea«d out a writ of
replevin to recover from Sidney Hendricks and
R. M. and lAramel S. Hough 40,000 feet of pine
lumber.
An aotiozr on the case was commenced by
David Corney against C. Warneoke and Edward
Cleyey (Waruecke A Co ), in wnioh the damages
are laida£B6>coo.
THE CRIMINAL COURT.
warehouse law.
The matter of the cmu-nal information against
Warehousemen flkelly A Flynn, Mnindt «o >tt,
Arnour, Dole A Muni:* r. Backingham & Buck
ingham, pud Flint, Thcmi-son A Odell, to enforce
aptnalty for non romptia oh with the law, by
pot taking out licensee, cam* on before Judge
-Gary. .'Defendants demurred, and the in
formations wer* quashed. Judge Gary hold
ing that* they were defective in
pot alleging that they wer- the proprl tors of the
several warehouses or transacting the business
thereof, on the construction of the law that the
penalty is to fall upon toe actual wrong doer.
xTHE COUN PY COURT.
■ -*’ GUARD lANS 1111*.
John Fitzpatrca wa-* appointed guardian of
Mary Ignanns Serai C atin J**hn F. Lions, un
der bond of fl7 coo. Of the estate or the minora’
father, John L> ote, tho same party, with James
Lyons, was spp<»mt*d administrators.
Simeon L. Boye* appointed conservator of
the estst* of Charles W. Boyce, a lunatic, under
bond of $30,0c0.
. WILL PROBATED.
.: The will of Khoca M p..tu*r. leaving property
j, ' valued att12.4(.'1, wae i*r<>vrd end letters testa*
££. O jlilstOOk.
AUMIKSIKAtiua.
Hans Joachim Rihu-»on was appointed to ad
opvn ?heeaweot hto, sen Kudo lob, un
«mu.' bonce
THE NEW LIQUOR LAW.
The Mayor Water d Upon by a Committee, who
Tender Hint tbe Support of 40.U00 Temper
saee People to Aid to tbe Enforcement ol tbe
Jfow lilQuor Law—Mr- dlcdllt not Apprehen
sive ofJScolitiiQce by the tfaloon Keeper*.
A. committee of tweive gentlemen, represent
ing the various temperance lodges and societies
of Chicago, called upon Mayor Medlll yesterday
S«renoon for the purpose of ascertaining His
.'Honor’s views and intentions regarding the new
liquor law,' which goes into effect on Monday
*»ext- Mr. D B. Lyon, as spokesman of the par
ty, opened the interview in a eet speech, saying
that the gentlemen of the Committee represented
forty thousand temperance people, all members
c* temptranoe societies in Chicago. They wished
to tender thtir support to tbe Mayor in the ex
ecution of the liquor law, aad
j 'tad . oome for the
of learning his views of that enactment, xae
speaker alinoed in strongly
terms to the conflatt-noy shown by Mr. Mediu in
former years with reference to temperance and
other great question®, and expressed the hope
that the temp-ratce people of Chicago might be
ol service in strengthening his hands for the eo*
fcrcunem of the Ilqnorlaw. _ .
Mayor Meoill replied that behaduo 4
of any purpose or indention on
* the saloon keepers and liquor der.-
law, cxoi-pt by legal mrans
law strength, comm**-
as he went along
that the Mayor* r
lew and sir
grantlo-
op**' .. . '.**
‘ " -aUI
• As he
. i nothing to
law, which es
‘-y between man and
.. -t id woman—between the
- .ae party who sustained dam
>, and the Mayor had no more to
• t nlH than had any private citizen,
iiole of the law was based on the
-nt of every do aahe pleases, holdlag
Wm responsible .’or the consequences of his acts,
and If there is any strength in the law It la fonnd
€don that prlEOip'e? No instructions to the po
lice force had been given to enforce the law, be
cause It appeared that there was a general inten
tion on'the part of a iloon keepers to comply with
the requirement ns to givieg bonds.
A gentleman ed if the police force would be
med to compel ealnon keepers to obey the law,
nrovided they should refuse to do so.
* The -Mayor said that, in the future, as in the
mast, parties would be arrested and fined for re
or neglect to take out a license. So far as
any org-anizt-d movement to resist the enforce
mentor We law. be did not believe thatthere
7i?raor3eatacfe and oombiaef
fnr tha<BirPo6e of bringing the law to a test be
“ frfQ t«*Bapreme Conn, for the purpose of test
ing Its constitutionality. .. _ ...
This 010-ed the interview, and the Committee
withdrew evidently well pleased with the result
of thek visit,
THE FAMINE IN PERSIA.
'Xrfiteafc Intelligence from the Missionaries—
Sad Stories of Misery, Starvation, and
Death*
The following communication from Rev, J. H.
Shedd* now in this country for a short time, who
has spent fourteen years in Persia, will be read
with interest.
The latest intelligence from the missionaries Is
tothe’lßtof March. Here is a sad story of
misery, want, starvation, and death, as the fol
lowing eitraols will show:
t Dr. Vanorden was In Hamadan, and ears the
fazcmrifi terrible. “As you go to tbe market the
streets present a sad spectacle of the de«d and
- dying—men, women and children crying out for
and fighting with one another over the least
uiurtt2,or lor a few coppers. Toe price of grain
was going up, and the prospect dismal before
spring work, or summer harvest should come
with relief.
** At Oroomlat the poor starving ones cantiaue
to ocme, and an Mondays and Fridays we give
them bread and whatever else we can There
are long etrlngs of them ar the door on other
days, and the Deacon, whose duty it la, Inaalrei
into particular oases, and affords relief to the
most distressed. We cannot do mnoh for want
of means. Your heart would ache, and you would
not be able to sleep nights, were yon here to lis
ten to the dreadful tales of want and seethe poor
nmlfihing creatures, and hear their clamors for
bread.
«* in the scramble*, the clothes of the Daaonu
Who carries thefood are often torn. The terrible
laot is that tbe neb make gain our of the woes of
the poor. famine has served In many ca s es
to make thejleh man richer and the poor man
poorer«~.Xhejioblemen and the men In authority
have UcJretHjp ©very thing In theland. Multitudes
have sold their wlv« e aod children for bread. I
suppose that more than an hundred thousand
have perithed from famine in well-known dis
tricts. The cholera has swept eff an Immense
tnmber; —Floods have destroyed many live* and
much property. Wnat the end is to be w© know
not. Yes, - we do. God Is preparing the
" way for the glorious Kingdom of His Bon. This
’’aiity sent from land*, is opening
i eyes of mnltltudesj * ree the difference be
r-en Christianity an“Mohammedanl?m ”
The Treasurer of tbp Hi*sion says:—“We have
received from New York, sm; £l7O from
England, and by this mall SIM from dermaiy.
Bot all this is bata rtrep in the backet.”
Tte necessity BtlU exists, sad will ooittnas for
«niue mon-hs to cim*' to aid th 6 stirring If tbs
famine of Persia were aj onr door«. Inec*al of
Tar a wav. the w -r'd trauUJ ring with (he call
for heip, and tnUUoLB would be*
••at in relief There is greater dlitrssa
than baa recently occurred in any otn*-r
and. Much aa the people of France ‘’Buffered
frptn war. and the people of Chicago and the
Northwest from fire, the unrecorded horrors of
♦-roir o and pestilence In f« ere**l the o.
Onr mission Is the channel to save them The
irw ds of dollars which have gooi on are
of Inestimable value; hut mure la needed.
Toe distress la unabated. The enfftrluz* of
p. rsia are uopsrO’el-d In modern times Fund*
eertto any of ih- Pre-byt«rlaa m-nl-tera of this
Hfy win go »r. once to the mlaslontirieß. and be
need immediately fir the relief of the starving.
PESTILENTIAL.
Tbff Bryant Schaol Bata a Reproach to
the Ulty—Over Tsnr Baodred Children
tiros*drd lato Soaatles harroaaded by
J>t»illl«rira and Oil Bcfiaarlei-fTork
for the IVrsr Board of Bdaeaiioai
Is is deemed proper, now that school sessions
sreoloeed for summer vacations, to take a retro*
rpeotivevlew of the conditions under which a
certain school has labored, and the unfavorable
circumstances which have attended the zealous
efforts of Instructors within Its walls. Reference
is made to the well-known Bryant School, situ
ated on Third avenue, three lots north of Twelfth
street, in the South Division.
Certain reports concerning the status of this
school, with its location and surroundings, have
for some time beenln circulation. These reports
were of a very damaging character, charging
those in authority with culpable negligence tn
allowing the buildings to remain In a miserable,
ill-ventilated state. which, together with filthy
surroundings, wholly unfitted them for human
habitation.
After careful investigation into the true state
of effalrs.ilplainly appears that the accounts
wbioh have gamed so much credence are not
exaggerated, nor do they mif-repreaent the plain
facte.
The buildings referred to are the merest apol
ogy for houses tn anv sense of the term. They
may be characterized as four huts (for there are
four of tbrni). placed within a street front of
144 fret. Adjacent, on the north, is & large brew
ery and distillery. On the statement of the
principal, who is an accomplished lady, of cul
ture and refinement, the siokeu’ng odor arising
from the petrifactions la this establishment has
at times been so oppressive as to be absolutely
perl ons to the health and lives of the pupils.
Many a time and oft have petitions gone up from
Interested citizens for the removal of the pssti-
Irnce, dally preying upon the future health and
Vitality of over coc innocent children.
The appeals have thus far never been heeded,or
el re frowned down.
The exfr-nor of these ” educational Institu
tions” are so strikingly repulsive thatnodosorlp-
Uon would do them justice %
Bnffloe It to say they are as antiquated lu out
lire as the proverbial log school-houses of the
last generation.
This Is said in no jesting mood, hut in all
seriousness, for it is a profound and highly
problematical question whether the children
have not received more physical harm and moral
stultification than whatever mental advancement
was mode can ever atone for
In the rear of the dingy buildings Is an oil re
finery , which lends a still more odorous stench
to the repulsive aspect of the Immediate vicinity.
In one instance., at least, the Police Oornmls
slooera were called on to remove offensive mat
ter from the yard. The gloomy and dismal in
terior of the buildings accord with the def-odous
of the exterior. Low, dark rooms, withiusutfi
dent facilities for the entrance of what little
oxygen misfit be lathe defected outside atmos
phere, thus directly imperilling the Uvea of the
pnpl s. together with walls wholly
nremhellished with those liltle adorn
ments which prove so attractive and
phasing to the young, are the leading
ea'lent features, apparent on entering,
i*rd which mark the interior as de
cidedly ui healthful They are mostly one-story
buildings, ard the sufferings of the liccle ones
oust have been intense from the effects of the
heat of the last few weeks The desks are most
ly old t-tyle, or what is known as “slab Denches.”
Where the modern style is used the desks of the
Tenth grade scholars are devoted to the use of
the seventh and eighth grades, and the desks
properly b+lohgtni? to them are used by the grades
ranging higher. In many cases the windows
are glazed with paint, ostenslblw, as one
of the Board of Education remarked, to keep any
one from gazing In on the pandlmonium of dls
trtse, but « bioh effectually excludes the bright
sunlight eo essential to the comfort and welfare
of the pupl’s.
This is not as It should be.
lets all wrong Asserted manhood and com
mon iboenoy alike demand a different state of
bfftir*, and it is the more to be regretted when it
is mnemerred that the city of Ohloaeo. in the
past, Isnoted. and justly so, for the liberality
justice, and true spirit of progress
which attended all its magnanimous
♦ fforre In the cause of education. To crowd 6*o
children in the epaoe of ten small rooms, the larg
est of which Is scarcely 40 by 2a feet in size. Is an
outrage upon young and growing humanity.
Strong protests have been made, from time to
tlo>e, against this order of things, bat they have
been received with that high-banded insrleuo*
po well expressed in the emphatic language of
him who said, “What are you going to do aooui
li f”
It is understood that efforts are being made to
ward the erection of a new and commodious
edifice for this school. Butin aU probability it
will rot befit for occupancy before the spring of
*73 It is. Therefore, the solemn duty of the no>
Board of Education to at least cause a rejuvena
tion of the present buildings to be made, and
also displace the present odious surroundings of
Bryant School, previous to the commencement
of the coming year.
ANTI-SECRET SOCIETY PARTY.
DTretlog of the Committee on Platform—J. L.
Barlow Nominated for Vice President—The
Platform.
The Committee appointed by the Anti-Secret
Society Convention, recently held in Oberlin,
Ohio, to draft a platform, met in this city yester
day.' Their action confirmed the nomination of
Charles Francis Adams for President and, in
place of General C. H. Howard, who declined the
nomination, substituted J. L. Barlow, of New
York, for Vlo«- President. The platform adopted
was as follows:
PREA3IDLE
“Cheerfully accepting the ideas and doctrines
of tbe platforms before the public as in the main
sound and American, we are concerned to notice
that they all alike omit and Ignore the funda
mental doctrine of the platform of 1776, on which
onr Republic was built and launched—we mean
the Declaration of American Independence. The
framers of that instrument declare that “God
and Nature” entitle nations to be nations: that
map ate endowed with liberty a, by their Crea
tor;” they appeal ,4 to the Supreme Jndge of the
"World.” and place their “firm reliance on the
protection of (Hie) Divine Providence ” And
we need not remind the American people that
Abraham Lincoln, leaving his home in Spring
firld to assume the direction of the Governmen*
and the var. planted himself on the same
form, when he requested his neighbor
member him in their prayers to A 1
Yet in contempt of such a t.rn* v
dents, if tbe platform'
asked to re-rffloer and -
of tbe Amrrioe-
four years, *•“
one idea *•'
failed
- n of
we not
on the face,
• ' , inatUberty with
* cattle; and Govem
.. - ' •- - • religions, priestoraft, and
despotism,
• „,re, a portion of the American peo
.mg with our fathers that we have our
w and liberties, not from men er parties,
jcfrom God; believing in Christian marriage,
and not in Morxnoni'm; believing in the
religious Democracy of the - New Testament, and
not in the despotisms ol Jesuitism of prlest-oraft,
and of the Lodge; believing, also,with our
Scotch and English ancestors, that Civil Govern
ment, though ordained ol God, is ** founded in
Nature, not In Grace," and, therefore, unregeu
eratemen haveecual civil rights with saints;
while we abhor the idea of enforcing religion, or
controlling conscience by human laws and pen
alties, as calculated to make hypocrites, not
Christians, and savoring of the days of prieatiam,
the fagot, and the stake, we, at the same time, as
firmly belli-ve that atheism and priestcraft are
twins, and both alike foes to human liberty and
welfare. ~ . „
4, We further most firmly- believe that a Gov
ernment without God has none but lynoh power,
and Is destitute ol all legitimate author
ity to maintain civil order, to swear
a witness to try a criminal,
to hang a murderer, or to imprison a thief; and,
while we consider Government without God as
mere usurpation, we regard all religions and
worships invented by men. and eo haring no
higher than human origin, as mere swindling im
positions and cheats.
the principles of onr wo
intend to Do governed In e"fCSm: votes:
PLATFORM fi wix*, vkugo.
" We hold: 1. That ours Is* nhHatiftn and not
a heathen Government and tittSf
hereooralzed In De organic law UUfl Idot Baoma
baihl Ttoat Gofl KqmreB ’ ana needs, a Bah
‘.‘ 3 -TtoJ the prohibition of the Imitation and
sale of intoxicating drinks as fth»* a -
frbe policy on the Temperance questioif^ 618
, 4 That charters of Masonic lodges wo «f
by onr Federal and State Legislatures SSa?
inlea ate pore sacred and binding than th.
lavs of the land, are treasonable, dancer
ona. and destructive of ear liberties, Legislatures
and Conrte. *
“We bold also to the following condensed colla
teoll and synoptic of the various platforms now
before tho American people, viz.: "
“ 1. The civU equality of men secured by our
amended Constitution. *
“ 2. Peace and arbitration of differences with
nations. " tu
“3 Reciprocal free trade with nations, mod
ified by a discriminating revenue tariff, until oar
national debt is paid.
i* i. No repudiation; maintenance of the publlo
on dlt.
“6. Protection and justice to Indians.
“ 6 Protection to loyai citizens, whether at
borne or abroad, and amnesty to rebels whoa they
cease to be such.
“ 7. Abolition of the franking privilege and re
duction of postage, and elections of Postmasters
by the people.
“ 8. Discouragement of lanu and other monopo
lies.
“ a. And, finally, we demand for tho American
people the abolition of Electoral Colleges, and a
<iir*ot vote lor President and Vice President of
the united States ” D. Edwards, Chairman,
o i-. Lowest, Secretary.
Tonng Lady Killed In a mine.
w 6^lo^ n *, ea d and fatal accident is
related by the Placerville (Cal.J Democrat of
the 15th instant:
A sad and fatal accident occurred at the
Crystal mine, near Brownsville, in this
county on Wednesday morning last. lathe
“I’M® 1 entirely perforates the hill or
th,F« ? n A th ® ma } n shaft passes entirely
tbiough the tunnel, the whim. for hoisting
tO 5 ° f tbß hiXl > OVer thf
tunnel. On Wednesday morning Mias Edith
Lichardson. aged about 17 veacs. daughter of
.the owner of the nuue, D. M. Richardson,
went to the mine m company with some
young friends who were there on a visit.,
Af er visltinv the works on the top of the
Mil, where Mr. Richardson was at work,
Mibb Edith decided to go through
the tunnel, , a rrip £he had fre
quently made; bo, taking a candle, abe ed
the way, followed ny her young friends.
"When part way through too party suddenly
saw the light disipjrar. Calling to Mrs*
Richardson, their guide and light-bearer,
and receiving no reply, t b-y ran out of the
tnnrei and called her lather, staring that
Edith had disanpeared. He hurried to the
shall and commenced descending, but bad
not got down when the bell from the bot
tom of. the shaft. 170 feet below, rang for
Tbt-m to hoist, end soon the tub came up
freighted with the gbasriy remains of what.
wa**,afew minute- before, the uprightly,
and full of life. Edith Richardsonf Ir. •.eems
that, from some cause, she walked rivlinin r o
tb« shaft, and fell a distance of 170 feet.
Two men weie working at. the hottoni of the
shaft, who, hearing something coming down,
succeeded in getting out of the way. Miss
Richardfon must have been killed instantly,
being completely crushed.
A View of Or. Bunoa on she Cara,
Letter from Laura R**am to the Miasonri L emoorat
Speaking of sinuiog and being einued
agbiDßt, on my way home, bv the B «ltiiaore
and Ohioroato, I was told that Dr. Huston
was on the train. Turning my head, ha wa*
pointed out to me. He was seated in the
rear end of the coach, with hm hack to th*
front. By his aide was a lady closely veiled
—hi- wife. He was engaged in reading, and
bad the air of not taking in the sense of
what was before his eyes. I noticed mia
ntrs passed without bis turning a page. In
nooent or guilty, th*-re was everything in
{■is appearance to indicate a miserable man.
He looked neither to the right nor left, and
talked to people without raiding his eyes-
He talked considerable to his wife, and
seemed to be pointing to the scenery. Bat
I doubt if their worst misery hereafter be
not eaoh other’s society.
It. is impossible to give a very correct idea
of a man who does not look at one. but as far
sa outward teeming goes, h* is a man about
five feet ten inches in height, and squarely
built, with an appearance of having lost
flesh. His clothes bnnglooselv upon him, or
were, in the first nlaoe, an abominable fit.
Apparently over fifty yoars of age. he has
the dragging step and gait of three score and
ten. His hair, which was originally brown,
is pretty well mixed with gray, and his
beard, which he wears long, is bordered and
underlaid with gray, the surface varying
from brown to fox and blasted yellow.
He wore an old straw hat,* which,
when removed, a large
head and narrow forehead, the
nose being on a straight line from rhe bridge
to tip. It was the nose of a bon vivant with
out being red ; and then there was no par*
ticular expression in the mustached mouth.
The pale, round bine eyes were cold and
dead, and then there was altogether in the
face, and limp, nerveless bands, the personi
fication of under the ban. He may rally,
but there seems nothing left to him but to
die.
He was accompanied by a sleek brother in
the Lord, who was painfully watchful of his
comfort, and guarded him strictly from in
trusion. The cariosity of the fellow-passen
gers was manifested by eaoh walking back
to look at him, which was enough of itself
to have embarrassed an innocent man.
L.R.
3&XSOELLACTBOTJS.
The Boston Directory for 18Z3 contains
102117 names, an 3.907.
—ln and around Biddeford, Me., there is a
colony of 2.500 Canadians, and more are
constantly arriving.
—A “ Society for the encouragement of
yonogmen desiring to marrv” is organizing
among the young ladies at Rod dour, N Y.
—Every iron rail on a north and south rail
road is a perfect magnet, the north eud at
tracting the south pole and the south eud
the north pole of a magnetic needle.
—A man was drowned the other day. in the
North River, in full view of about fifty la
borers, who thought they had no right to
draw him out without Bending for a Coroner.
After he was dead they tied the body to the
v barf and left it in the water.
—Of 400.000,000 feet of lumber received at
Albany, N. Y., via canal. la<*t year, nearly all
was from Michigan. Michigan lumber goes
elsewhere, into Canada, to the Eastern
States, the Southern and Western, and is now
the main resource of all the Northwestern
States.
—lndividuals who don’t want to erect a
marble tombstone in their stomach, should
be carefol not to drink over fifteen or twenty
glasses of soda water during the 24 U mrs.
—The system of “packing” telegraphic
messages, by means of pro arranged cipher
code, is exciting attention abroad. The
Government Telegraphic Dipartmeut in
England has given notice that it can, and
will, exhibit the system of picking message*",
and intimates that, unless the company vol
untarily retires from business, ra:es will be
so arranged as to destroy that business.
—A story is going the rounds of the press
of a young Kentucky phvHician, who, in
consequence of the death of hi" first patient,
was frightened from the practice of his pro
fession. The account go* eon to say. how
ever, that he at once turned bin attention to
law, so that bis fright didn't do him much
good, after all.
—A number of wealthy Hebrews in New
York intend to start a daily paper there.
They are prepared to rink half a million dol
lars in snch an enterprise, or more if it be
required. They have niadesev*-ral ineffectu
al efforts to buy an establiebed journal in
that city, offering, it is understood, as much
as a million dollars.
—There is a cry of distress among the poor
er classes of all the capitals of Europe from
the impossibility of securing decent homes
in the cities. In Berlin it has been absolute
ly neco-sary for the police and the Govern
ment to interfere on Kehalf of the poor, while
the same evil is assuming such proportions
in London that the matter has actually de
manded the attention and interference of
Parliament.
—Colonel Thomas A. Scott is accompanied,
in bis tour nemss the Continent, by General
Grenville M. Dodge. Chief Engineer of the
Southern Pecific; W. F. Walters, Financial
Agent; W. B Krnmhhear. Assistant Secre
tary ; and Colonel John W. Forney, a Di
rector.
—Mr. Wm. Gaskins, of Coffee County. Ga.,
suicided one day la*t week. He had a wife
and family, but he fell desperately m love
with a young lady in his neighborhood, and
bis brains, or heart, or something else,
couldn’t stand the pressure.
Bea, Butler,
■•his Is the continuation of the campaign be
inril 19.1861 ” “ The speaker knew of old
'tsand uniforms that would be taken down
t on in defence of the party of Equality
egress," to wit: the Grant party,—Report
' r*« speech in Boston .
- Sutler says it is the plan,
:eeley prove ** the coming man’,”
-o carry on with sword and gun,
The war commenced in ’6l.
“ Clear the way I ’Tis I.—’tie 11**
Hear Ben. Bntler’a battle-cry,—
“In tatters dressed from top to toe,
With rusty sword from Fort Monroe.”
Stop playing soldier, Benny, come ;
Put up your sword and little dram ;
Yonr blood’s too thick,—your pulses flutter;
Grant gives you too much bread and butter.
You naughty boy, if you’re so cruel,
Greeley shall make you water-gruel.
Wash your face, and comb your head,
And put you in your little bed.
Charles O. Hates.
California Sunday Train*
The regular Sunday train for Omaha, Sau
Francisco, and all Intermediate points, carrying
the great California, China, and Japan malls,
win rnn through to morrow (June 80). via Chi
cago, Burlington & Qnlnoy Railroad, leaving
Great Central Depot, foot of Lake street, at the
regular time of Paoiflo Fast Line—lo:l6 a. m
stopping at Indiana avenue and Canal street
stations, arriving at Omaba Monday morning,
making close connection with the Union Pacific
Railroad for all points West. Through tickets,
reading via Chicago, Burlington & Qalnoy, Chi
cago, Rook Island & Paoiflo, and Ohioigo &
Northwestern Railroads, will be taken on this
train.
Anchor line.
Running every Wednesday and Saturday. The
Tunaoria sails July 8 ; California, July 6, being
her first return trip; Australia. July.lB. with ex
cursion party for Great Britain. Ireland, France,
Switzerland, Italy, etc. Fare, including hotel
bills eto.. IWO, currency, for T4 da> a’ fir«fi-olass
travel and expense". Parties whose time or in
clination will not allow of the Italian tT‘p, may
spend SO days in Great Britain for about tl6o,
making the 60 day trip from New York and back
at a cost of ebont 1270 Circulars, with full par
ticulars, at office of Henderson Brothers, No. 82i
Wabash avenue, Chicago
Burnett’s Cocoolne
makes the hair glossy and beautiful,
God Liver Oil.
Hazard ft Caswell’* rind Liver Oil iff the best,
BUSINESS NOTICES.
“All who try * tire. Wiaalow’a Soothing
syrup- adroit it to bethe family beocfactor ”
The Sherman Henso rorclflo* to the super!-
°r.tj and uniformity of Burnett’s Superior Flavoring
> I’racts. Sold everywhere.
Ftr Moth Patches* Freckles, and Tan, uss
Perrys Moth and Freckle Lotion. The well
know* reliable and harmless remedy for Brown Dis
colorations of the face. Depot,' 49 Bond-st., New
York. Apia by ail firnggl»t&
Batchtior’s Heir Dye*—This snperb hair
afe is ths best in the world—perfectly a*rmibM.
reliable instantaneous i no disappointment;
Qo ridiculous tints or disagreeable odor. The
gonnlTi* wtn. a h*lr are orodn»*«» Immedl-
Bestand Oldest Family Medicines.—Sanford’s
Liver Invigopator.—A purely vegetable cathartic and
c—for dyspepsia, constipation, debilitv, sick head
ache, billlona attacks, and all derangements of liver,
* ®i°® aQ h* and bowels. Ask your druggist for it. Be
ware of Imitations.
■nSrf!? n, J>? ll.llornm.—P.t.r Du,, ol 105
west mdnlph'St and 133 North Clark-st, who has
ki-5. D6<l t “ ft nnl,onn B on former occasions, is ena-
H uch tor the coming season, at
shortest notice, and Hie following low prices: Wide-
A wake snlts. tl fiS': Tanners’, 6135; Greeley men’s,
to oil and *ea samples
|7 0B SALE—CLEANED BRICK—ABOUT 300,000
* s?Ji\! 1 d n l i^E i . ak6 - 8t ‘ QEDDES & REID, Boom 7,
l? 4 couth Clark-st.
n-E HDNDRRD BAKUEr.s AIK SUCKED
a barrel. 172 North Jefferson at
DIVORCES.
DIVORCES LEGALLY OBTAINED WITHOUT
unnecessary prooeai. Pee after decree. Scandal
avoided Address P. 0.. Drawer 532. Chicago. IIL
tvoroes^egallt^ortainSTpkk -^
ter decree; scandal avoided-; nine years’ prao
tioQ in the Oonrtsof Chicago. Address P,O. Box 1017.
THE CHICAGO THLBUKTE; SATUHHAY. JUNE 29, IBr2.
■ CTTY REAL ESTATE.
FOB BALE—SECURE A HOME NEAR YOutt
work. 14 beautiful residence lots and four due
business lots, at auction. Jul> 2. at 2 o’clock p. n, at
eaKsroom of W. a. BUTTERS * 00,. and Vt
CsPHi-et
These Lots are in a GROVE OP LARGE TREES,
os Ciybourn-av Centre-st. and vicinity, oetw«en
Racine and Sheffield avs The Clyboum-ar.
car- all! take you to them in 25 mluaten from CUa*-k
-rt. bridge. To j will have lake wat-r. schools. --
B'oits and good neighbors Two blocke w*«t will be
the Janet on, and ptobably a Depot of the Mgln <s
Kvanston Railroads No portion of Chloago hi*
developed faster since the fire and there Is a oer
-1 taint* of great advance in values Bui-ine** alo g
the North Branch of fkioairo River is rjpi’-Iy in
Ch bonra-av has mure business on it to d \
tIiMU ant other street In the North Division It ha*
Nicboleon Pavement witt ia two block* of this prop,
erty. Ills will be one of tho l ist ooono-s to buy
fot-d lots so near the court Houa*. at iGDR dWN
KICKS. Donotn«*l*-cr-to see the lots and attend the
sale. Terms very easy. Title peifeot. For fanh r
IMoimmlon ai-plv v. OKO H. HE-'S, southeast Cor
ner i^aS'blleand Monroe-sta.
I7OR PALE—CHOICE AND CHEAP LOTS. 26
a feet Cottage Grove, near Forty -first st, sfio
300 feet. Pralne-av, near Thirty-seventh at, $75.
13 Join near Harrlaon-ac and Western-av.. $6OO.
Slots tear Wicker’s Pa , -fc.s7no
2 Mory basement hi>nae. C 94 West Monroe-at. 9 500.
cottave Lombard, monthly payments,
no intere-t, $2 SCO.
628 f--et within 6 minutes’ walk of Maywood depot,
S5 and $6.
12 lists, Englewood near depot, $350.
roGkR4 a TO BIN,
206 West Ma^lsno-sL
L.IOR elfgant HOMES FOR «500.
r $3750 s33io $2.7- , *o. Bouses conialniue 8 to to
ro« ms, bath room, water, maotels Ao. Lota 50X174
f- ft ; net with Inilt. shade, and ornamental tree* ;
2o mimt-V rid*- from centre of busmens Terras
mad* to suit; desoiintive plans and full information,
st offic-* of R T. RaCR A CO., Boom 6,167 East
Madleon-st.
OR PALE—M TCHIG 4N-AV.—IOOXI6I FEET,
between Forty-eighth and Forty uintb-sta . only
$75 per foot; 1 cssb, balance one,two. and three years,
et 8 percent; title perfect; a bargain. J. RSAIA6
Warren, 418 Miubi>.ai-av.
T7OB sale —michioan-av, southeast
r comer Forty-elgbth-**t—2toxl6l feet, $15,000; f
cssb, balance one and t<ro years from April la*t at 8
percent interest; offered for to day only atab«ive
p Ice: titlennqutbtlonable. J.EBAIAS WAJIREN,
41S Micblgan-av.
1708 SALE—VINCENNKS-AV., SOUTHEAST
corner Bowen-av.—5BH2S to alley; beautiful grove
lot; only $5,000, for this ; ft.200 c«*h. balanoe at
end of thro--years with 8 per cent Interest: title per
fect; a cheap lot and a tine location. J. EBA.IA3
Warren, 41S Michlgan-av.
FOR BALE—S7,OOO WILL BUY A NICE, NEW
brick house, and lot with all modem improve
m nts. near Thlrty.ppconrt st, east front; If taken
ibis week It is s9 000, and is ready to occupy.
GEO. H HESS, southeast corner LaSalle and Mon
roosts
Fob sale—a good two-story house,
with lot, 25x12-5 and h*m. between Lincoln and
Bobey-sts on Fultor- *, very cheao. and terms easy.
Inquire of owner. H M. MIILaBD. 468 Wabash-av.
IPUR SALE—BUY A HOME aND SAVE BENT.
Several one and-a-half story cottages on monthly
payments. Water on the premises, and convenient
to care. Near Thirty first and Wallaco-ata. Applyto
FRED. P FISHER 70 South Canal-st.
¥}OR SALE—I HAVE 48 FEET BY 180 FEET OF
1? land for sale on Mlchigan-av., between Madi
son and Monroe sta. on reasonable terms. Applyto
undersigned, at 446 btate-st, or 1281 Indiana-av.
JOHN CONFRT
YtOR SALE-AT A GREAT BARGAIN, ON
V terms to suit, 63x118, on West Polk, east of Hal
sied-st; UOxS3 northeast comer of Jefferson and
i bKoven-sta, Inquire at No. 37 Weet Madlson-st,
basenent.
For sale-lots on van buben, jack;
son ai d Adams-ste., just west of railroad. $750
each. DAVID Wi LLIAUS. 213 South Clark-st.
FOK SALE—LOTS 4 MILES PROM CENTRE
of city, on good graveled road; front lots $490,
back lots $260. $lOO and $5O down, balance long time;
m» nthly payments it pieferred. Streets all made ;
near depot; public school, and artesian well, hun
dreds of large trees set ont last spring several good
dwellings now built, and more to be built thisse-tsoD.
No.pajment required if buyers bnlld immediately;
We take you free of charge at any time to see those
lots Cal) at our office day or evening, 133 West Madi
son st. WISNEB BROTHERS.
Fob sale-81,000 cash will but a 10
room house on Twenty-aeoond-et.. near Wa
baah-av. Long cheap lease; must he cold at once*
BKLDEN FISH, 45 HUbbard.coart.
SALE—^CHOICE LOTS ON SOUTH PARK
and the avenues ; prices ranging from $6O to $2OO
per foot: one third cash payments. HENRY J.
GOODRICH. 368 Wabaah av.
For sale—partibs wishing to pur
chaee aore property aonth of the city, near the
Parks. Cornell Wuteh Factory. Englewood smUi
Chicago, Calnmet. Waabli gton Beighta. and st ick
Yards. »1)1 find decided bargains at the office of
HENRY J. GOODRICH, 36S Wa aah-av.
FOR BALE—2j ACRES ON ARMITAGE-AV.,
near MllVtouKee av.. at a bargain. FBaNOIB
COBEY A Co ,10 LaSalle st, Bryan Block.
t’OB SALE-CHEAP—LOTS ON EASY TERMS
outside of fire limits :
Clayton st. between Lincoln and Robey. $7OO.
Eimnan at. between Lincoln and Robey. $7OO.
ADport.st, between Evans and Harbme. fsoo,
Allport-et, between Twenty-second and Clayton.
$9OO
Quiun-et. between Thirty first and Wrong |V)O.
Amold-st, between Thirty fifth and Thirty sixth.
$B5O.
AYRES A EOFF, 541 Wabash-av.
FOK SALE—BURLING-BT, 11 LOTS |ON THE
northwest corner of Burling and Ceutre-ais;
-asy pt-ymenti, title perfect. SNYDER A LEE,
No. 14J Nixon’s Building, northeast corner of Mon
roe ano LaSalle sta.
UOB BALE-HALBTED ST, 12 LOTS ON THE
I? northeast corner of Halsted and Centre sis;
*-asy payments, line perfect, SNYDER A LKR,
No. 14 Nixoo’e Building, northeast corner of Mon
roe and Lasalle st.
F~on sale—Jackson st, a four story
frame, and brick basement. Honae of U rooms,
bathroom sewerage and lot 42x1-50 feet to alley. No
606 West Jaoaon at. n*-ar anhlucd-av SNYDER &
LKK. No 14 Nixon’s building, northeast corner of
Monroe and LabaUe-sta
Fob sale—west lakk-st a cottage
house ai d lot. 25x115; No 765 West Lake at,
near Robey, being one ot the best business location
on the Went Side Cbeapeatlotln market Complete
attract furnished. SNYDER A LEE. No 14 Nix
on’s building, northeast corner ot Monroe and
LaSallo st.
FOB SALE-CHOICE LOTS NEAR CORNELL
Watch Works, snrronnde > by fino Improvement*,
convenient to depot, at SSOOeach; 1-3 cash High,
dty ground. Over 10f» trams to city dally. FRANCIS
w COREY’ <t CO , 170 Ladalie-et-, Bryan Blook.
F'OR sale—ih wethrhk mubdivisions,
of ten acres each, that I will sell in bulk and on
vetr longtime. Twenty acre* ot Gila property'are
near Dexter Pork: ten acres south of Iho city;
nt.Wabaab. Michigan, and ludlana-avs running
through NKLBON TgQMASaON.i69 Wabash- v,
For sale—house and lot. team of
horses taken as part and $5OOO ah; balance
monthly. Krlce 55.Q00. 465 Tblrty-seventh-at.
h’OR fa/* LE—l.O IS ON I’T,
J>avla. Shober. Nortli-av. Kimball, Bnraboldt,
Mead. Dickeua-sts , and Fut ert n av., at very low
prices ai don ea»*y t-rms of payment. G. B. GRIF
FIN, 220 West Randoipb-st.
OR SALE—WABASH-AV., SOUTHWEST COR
net Twenty-rixlh, 157x180, $52,000 $l2OOO cash:
balance at end of 8 3 ears. WM GARNETT, 369
Wabash-av.
OR FALK—BY H O MOREY, HG WESTMaD-
Ieon-at—so or lwxt2o. southwest corner Van
Boren and Desplaines; a choice comer lor improve
ment.
Fo ty acres on Madison-st,, lust west of city
limits,
teveral tracts of land in the vicinity of Brighton at
reasonable prices.
I}OR SALE—AT MAPLEWOOD. POUR MILES
from Court House. 2-story frame bou-.e. with
1 rick basement. Lot, 50x125. Price. $2,850 on ea*y
payments WING A FARLIN, 68 East Madison-st,
corner fctato, Boom 4.
OB SALE-5.000 FEET WITHIN ONE BLOOK
of South Park on theavenue, high ground, at $l6.
66 feet on Kankakee Boulevard—offer wanted.
5 sen son Eifty-fltst-st, near State.
ICO feet on Stato-sL, at Thiriy-ninth-st. B. L.
HONOKE, 211 Dearborn-st.
FOB BALE-BTATE-ST—U ACRES ON STATE
st, near Fifty-second st. and Rock Island oar
ehop. SNYDER «fe LEE, No 14 Nixon’s Building,
noitbeast comer Monroe and LaSalle st.
OR SALE— $-550—5100 CASH, BALANOE 1. 2
and 3 years, will bny a lot, 25x125, on Vermont-av,
near Thirty first-st. J. 8 GOULD, 354 Wabash-av,.,
OR BALB—LOTS, 25x165 FEET EACH. FRONT
tog East Douglas Park, south on Rlxteenth-at ;
3 blocks from the station. 1 block from Riverside
boulevard, making very eaay access to the centre of
the city The*e lots, with the Improvements in pro
gress. will equal In value Union Park lots In 5 > ears.
Call and ee*-plat Terms easy. SNYDER A LEE,
14 Nixon Building, northeast comer Monroe and La-
Salle sts.
OR SALE-CHEAP LOTS ON WEST HABBI
son and ITonrsoy sta: terms easy ard good title.
PAUL SOBuLESKI, 66 West Washington st.
For sale-neat marble front house
on South 61do-av; only $8 000, one-quarter cash,
balance easy. E EUGENE CADWELL, 188 Mad.eon.
OR SALE—OANAL-ST. BUSINESS LOT, AND
nice residence lota on North. West, and South
Sides, very low, without any cash down. Inquire at
804 Btate-st, of the owner. O. J. STOUGH.
OB SALE —TWO NEW COTTAGES, WITH
water and large lots, comer ot Western av. and
Hnbbard-et-; long nme. Also cheap lots. JOHN F.
EBEBHAKT. 101 Park-av.
FOR SALE-TWO LOTS ON CANAL-ST, BE
tween Harrison and Mather. 56x100 feet. Inquire
ot P. J KOELLE, 351 feonth Canal at.
For sale—lots inside of old city
limits; high ground : only $4OO and $5OO Terms
easy. Open until 9 o’clock every evening STOREY,
ALIEN A CO.. 126 WestWashlngton-st.
FOR SALE-GOOD LOTS ON allthb streets
between Twenty-third and Thlrty-ninth-sta.,
and between State and Wallace. All out of fire
limits. Perfect title*, warrantee deeds A very
amall payment down, 5 years at C per cent. ALBERT
CRANE, 872Wabash av.
FOR SALE —FINE SOUTH PARK BOULE
vard of Thirty-eevcnth.st, at n groat
bargain. JOWaH H. BIBSELL, 45 Bryan Blook.
OB SALE-TWO DESIRABLE RESIDENCES.
’6OS and 510 Mlohigan-av, now occupied as offices,
but will be restored to good condition as dwellings;
possession can be had at anytime after Ist of July.
Price, $16,C00 each ; one-half can remain at 8 per cent;
title perfect. Applyat Treasurer's office Illinois Gen
tral It. R Co. on the premise*
tIOR SALE—2SXI2S TO 16 FTALLEY, ATENGLK
wood, $425 cash. JAMES H. HlLL,*3k9 Wa
baeh-av.
OB SALE—AT TWO THIRDS THEIR VALUE,
sere al brick houses and lots on Thirty eighth
fit , JobPfion-place. and Vlnoennes-av, $5 000 and 16.000
each ; SSCO down, balance on long time; are offered
until Joly 3; only at the above figures. J. S. SCOVIL,
7fi East Madison at.
MACHINERY,
A MEB’ENGINES. PORTABLE 3 TO 40- HORSE
A power; threshing. 8 and 10-horse; circular saw
mills. Poismon's grinding mills, corn ahellers, belt
ing. Ac. COLLINS EATON. 70 South Canal st.
LANDY’S STATIONARY AND PORTABLE
engines circular saw mills, boilers, shingle ma
chines and saws' Western Branch office, 53 South
Canal-st. P.-W. NORTHROP, Agent.
& G. COOPER & CO., OFFICE 10 AND 12
• West Ranflolph-st. Manufao’nre stationary and
portable engines of all sizes, circular saw mills and
tionring-mill machinery. Send for illustrated clrcu
lar. ‘
OR SALE-CHEAP-1 WOODBURY PLANER
and matcher, complete and in perfect running
order. Apply at 47 south Canal-st, second floor. In
rear. .
Fob sale-a neysmith u ton steam
hammer, but little used, good as new, for less
than hall its cost; also a complete sheet iron mill.
KIRK, COLEMAN A CO, No 34 South Canal-st
OR SALE-A NEARLY NEW STEAM EN
glue, one-half less than cost; 12 horse-power; $l5O.
707 WcstTyler-st.
OR SALK—LOT OF 10 TONS Ifl B. T RAIL.
KIRK, COLEMAN & CO . 34 Sonth Canal st.
ACHINERY—ECONOMIC *.L BTEIM EN
glues and boilers. Rider governor cutoff en
gines, r-übols patent air-front boilers, caloric en
gines. hoisting machinery for mines. G. 8. DUBOIS,
ag*nt 84 Market-et Central Block.
PARTNERS WANTED.
PARTNER WANTED—IN A WELL-ESTAB
llsbed manufacturing business In Cairo. 111.;
profits satisfactory; §6,000 to $3 000 capital required.
Address Lock Box 1213, Cairo. 111.
PARTNER WANTED-WITH PROM 110.000 TO
$15,000, In an established wholesale business; the
additional amount required for extending the busi
ness None but principals need reply.- Address U
67, Tribune office.
BtJBtJRBAW REAI# ESTATE.
Fob bale—choice scbuhban paocbn*
ty, for mbdtvlalon or investment, on tha line of
tlieC.. B,dQ it. K
90 or SC acres. i,:00 feet ■west of thb Citv Limits,
near Lawndale; can be enbdlvided, and sold in lot*
to advantage.
Blocks of 6 2 3 acres each, in the Subdivision of
Hawthorn, one ml e West of the ruy Limits;
drained,fet oed ami fim-Iv Improved, with trees.
—2O-*»c»oa-ln Section 28, adjoining Hawthorn station,
and fronting on graveled roads Blocks of sto 10
sens each, covrred with flneilmber, antt»dJ‘»t‘iug
tl o Improved portion of Riverside 4-J acre- ad| *lu
li>g Riverside ado lorn fronting on SoutbwesS-trn
av. east cf L« nglas Park, ISO to 200 f- et In~deotu *1
at low p Ices *-nd on ea*y terms. Apply to O. S. HUB
BAKU, Jr.. 70booth Canal-st.
FOB SALi—EVaN:*TON—LOT IN EVANSTON,
140X3C0 feet, beautifully located oa Rideout,
eastfront; the whole or half HIN.-Dal.E—-over.il
of themost dwirabtelotnln Hinsdale with beant fttl
{:iove; about 3 blocks from depot; lots of half acre
o3 or 6 acres. to unit IRVING PaKK— Lets on
jr»lt g Park Boulevard, too fort wide, one mile east
of Irving Par- ; Ito lo »o r es to salt. Inquire of
owner, W. H WELLS. 462 West Washington sC
OB SALE GOOD LOTto ON ALL THE
streets between Twenty third and Thirty-ninth,
and between State and Wallace-sta Adi ont of dre
limlta Perfect titles. Warrantee deed® A very small
payment down, 5 y**ars. fi per cent.
ALBERT OKA N T F, 872 Wabash-av.
Fob sale—six lots on chioaqo * rock
It-Dnd Railroad, just south of Knglewood ; SVO;
ane-balf cash ; high, dry around; near depot FRA N
CIS W. COKEY «t CO., 170 La Sallo-st, Bryan Block.
Fob palp-cottages and lots 45 min
utes ride, $1,200 to $2 800; easy monthlv payments
B 1 WUNJj G. SULK-p*. otfico 51. Central Union
Block, corner Madison and Market-eta.
F?OH SALE—CHOICE LOTS IN ENGLEWOOD,
rear depot and Normal School for $3OO each
Monthly paymems without interest. BTORRS A
WAKE, 373 Wabash nv.
F'OB SALE—IOO FEET ON WABASH-AV. AT
Englewood; 48 dally pai-senger trali-s; 24 each
way to and from the city. HULBOUD &CO. Office
at Englewood, and 95 East Harrison-wt.
OB SALE—ENGLEWQOB PROPERTY IB
th- beat in the market. Win 1 Because there
aromme trains dally ’ban anv otb**r suburb. A large
Ibtof property furaa eby HULBOHD A CO. Office
at Englewi od. and 95 East Hani*on at.
OB SALE—ONLY $lO DOWN, |5 MONTHLY
till paid for—Desirable lots at Washington
Heights, nigh and dry, with trees on them; 1.000 feet
from three depots; $l5O to s2*o; tram reaches city,
before 7 am., leaves after 9 p. m.; number
already sold. Call at 9 a m. and go and .see them
TRUESPELL «ft BROWN. 175 West Madlson-at
Fob half—or to bent—at hinsdalb—
Ponses, lots, and fauns, on monthly or other
payments inquire at C B. & Q Railroad crossing,
804 stalest,of (heowner. Q. J.tfTQCGH.
OB SALE—AT OAK PARK AND AUSTIN—
Xeslrable residences, with large 10-r; also choice
vacant lots. A. T. HEMINGWAY, Room 45 Central
Union Block.
OB HALF—B \RG*IN F'»R CASH-2 SPLEN.
did lots, 210x212 feet, corner of seventy fourth
at and Khl road av, south Shore subdivision. Call
on B. F. CLaKKE A CO-. 576 wtnle St
FORPALE— IRVING PARK LOTS-I OFFER 12
60 foot lots in the original Irving Park sub
division at, s<v o The cheapest property in the mar
ket M H. MORRIS, Room 2, 47 West Bandoloh-st.
OR SALT—A GOOD BL®< K AT NORWOOD
Park. This can be retailed at twice the price
asked for the whole. WARREN, KEENEY A CD.,
381 Wabash-av.
Fob sale-40 or so acres at south
Lynne, in Section 19 This can bebonghtat a
great bargain, as the owner must have money.
WaBREN, KEENEY <fc CO.. 381 Wabash av.
FOR BALE—EIoHTY IN HYDE PARK,
booth halt ..f south of 8-ctlons 6.36,
16. $l2 000. WM. GARNET i. 369 Wabosh-av.
OR PALF—BEAUTIFUL VILLA AT ENGLE
wood ; 7 rooms ; 5 closets ; hard and soft water:
50 feet corner lot; $2,600 monthly pavments A great
bargain. STORES A WARE, 373 Wabash-av.
filOß Sale—l 2 ACRES OF BEAUTIFUL LAND
I 1 at South Evanston, the only aore property that
is for sale that is convenient to the depot. Bare
chaooetomske mmey
IS acres at North Evanston, four blocks from depot
Piice $4(O per acre Also, choice building lota, on
easy terms. J. B. FOWLER, Evanston, 111.
OB BALE—ON MIOHIGAN-AV. AT ENGLE-
Wood, 50x171. In very desirable location HUL
BURD A CO. Office at Englewood, and 95 East Har
rison .at.
COUNTRY REAX. ESTATE.
Fob sale-ssacrb peach farm, half
ni’efrom Benion Harbor; w-11 guarantee present
crop to brlug $5 000 Good bouse, oarn. e o Price,
$25,000. Encumbrance for 5 years. $:0000. Balance
can he paid In lowa l*nda or Chicago property. WM,
v ABN eT1,369 Wabaab.av.
OR SaIe—PRUIT FARM—A MOST BBAUTI
foI fruit farm for sale, containing about 40 acres,
located within 10 minutes’ walk tmm the steamboat
landing and depot of the M L S R R., overlooking
the vll age of Benton Harbor. Mich. The place is set
t** every variety of Lull In bearing, with meadow
and running water. Good two story dwe ling in ex
cellent r< pair, largo ham and outhouses Inquire of
J E. WILLKK, at Fox A Howard’s, east end Madi-
REAL ESTATE WANTED^
WANTKD-HOUSE AND LOT, VALUE ABOUT
13 000; small payment down. Principals only
with bargain. Addrese Z as, Ttihnne office
TTtTANTh D-A PI FOE OF PROPERTY. CON
»» taining from 6,000 to 8.000 square fest, for maun
facturing purposes, situated within one and one half
Court Bouse. KURTZ BROd,, 24 and 26
North Jcfferson-st.
ANTED—S° FEET ON ADAMS ST I HAVE
thecaeh to pay for a desirable lot. 50x125 feet,
on Adams st. between A bland av. and Robey st;
would prefer a south front; mud. bo cheap. Apply
tooy 1 ». w HH.I-, 1 ( 9 w,»t v wwhlnvtnn-Bt.
TO RENT-HOUSES,
TO RENT—FURNISHED HOUSE.TWO-STORY
brick, with stables, on Indiana av. near Twen
tl, th si., from July L MaaD a COE, 79 West Madi
non. St
TO RENT-498 BELDEN AV , TWO STORY AND
haeement btlck of 10 rooms, all modern improve
ments. g**s. furnace, hot and cold water, bathroom,
-tc. $l,OOO SNYDER & LEE, Real Estate Agents.
UNlx n’a Building.
rfVO BENT—AT OAK PARK, TWO GOOD
X bouses, with large, beantifu lots. A.T. HEM
NOW AY, Room 45 Centtal Union Blech
110 BENT—A S-STORY FRAME HOUSE. 9
- room*, clothes and hath room, partlr furnished,
•>r win sen furniture i* qnt»e st 457 w*sr. jnckson st.
•|K> RENt—FOR THREE MONTHS, WELL
-1 furnished house, north * f Twentieth's!.; choice
1-cation, fouth bide. WM M BaKER, 353 Wabash
*v.
TO BENT BRICK FOTKL-24 GOOD ROOMS
All well furnished. Win»eU furniture for |2 600
- oimr a good business 60 or 70 boarders Mast sell
Wl’l give possession Jnly Ist. Oa Madison,
• s*-tnf Baleted st Call at once. T. B. BOYD, 187
West Washii gton-st.
TO BENT "HOUSE, AND PART OP FURNl
ture for sale 48 South May, between Madison
nd Washington sta.
TO RENT-A 2-PTORY HOUSE 85 WHITEST.,
or will rent 7 rooms to family for housekeeping.
BOUSE. 11 ROOMS. 181
Wesson st, one block south of Division Inquire
■n ba-ement.
TORKNT— HOT7PE AT RIVERSIDE CONTAIN-
Ing 12 rooms for the term of 9 months at $6O per
month. Apply to H. F. JENNISON, 63 Washing
toci-st.
TO RENT—TWOSTORY HOUSE. 10 BOOMS.
54 North Peoria-st. E. O. COLE A CO ,163 West
Waahlngton-st.
O BENT—DWELLINGS AT $lO $5O AND 325
per month. GEO. H, HESS, southeast comer La
>hlls and Mon'oe ets.
O BENT—NEAT MARBLE-FRONT HOUSE
on rolfax-av near University Bouse, now and in
flrst-cIfIBBOOCUUou, B. EUGENE CaDWSLL, 183
Madiai n st.
TO BENT—MARBLE HOUSES, MICHIGAN
and Prairie avs.; store and tenements. Went
worth-av t brick bouse. Highland Pork, will sell
or exchange- 8 MEARB. 609 Wabash-av
TO B>NT—NO. ?8 WALNUT-81., TWO-STOBY
house witli 7or 8 rooms, and No. 38 Rnckor-st, a
sottage of 6 rooms- Apply at 457 West Twelfth at.
TO BEN'—NEAT FRAME HOUSE AND LOT
with ham on South side: only $2O per month E.
F PA DWELL. Room 8.188 Madteon-aL
TO RENT—ROOMS.
TO BENT—FROM JULY 1, FURNISHED OR
unfurnished rooms. Apply at 305 West Mon
roe-et.
TO BENT—FURNISHED BOOM ON FIRST
floor, brick boose, for one or two gentlemen. 41
Carpenter at, near Washington.
0 RENT-ONE SUITE OF
lurch bed rooms; also 1 slsgle room—with care,
use of bath-room, hot and cold water, and use of large
double parlors, in a private family. Terms reasona
ble 812 Michigan.ar., near Twenty-thlrd-et.
TO RENT—COTTAGE OP 8 ROOMS, WATER,
Ac,near Union Park: $35 per mouth. A KO
VATS & cu.. Boom 6 Masonic Building, corner Ran
dolph and Ealsted sts.
TO RENT—FURNISHED ROOM, 222 WEST
Mouroe-st.'
TO RENT—A SUITE OF FIVE UNFUBNC9H
ed rooms with gas and water. Apply at No. 12
Peck court.
TO BENT—THREE ROOMS, FURNISHED FOR
housekeeping, with water and ga*. to a family
without children a'so. furnished room suitable lor
two gent' emeu. Inquire at 448 State-st.
TO BENT—TWO NICELY FURNISHED BOOMS
with or without boaid, at. 187 West Washington
fit-, between Halsted and Green.
TO RENT—TWO FURNISHED ROOMS, SUIT*
able for one or two single gentlemen. No. 34
sixteenth-fit. •
TO RENT—THE FIRST FLOOR, 5 NICE
rooms. Li-foot celling, water and gas- Reference
required. Price S4Q per month Inquire at 430 State
RENT—STORES. OFFICES. &o.
TO RENT—A GOOD STORE ON WABASH AV.,
near Peck court; also, a whole house. WAR
KEN, KEENEY A CO., 381 Wabaah-av.
TO BENT-BARN IN BEAR OF 313 SOUTH
Desplaines-st; room lor 20 horses. Inquire at
the barn. •
TO RENT-MARBLE FRONT BUILDING,
east side of Clark-at, between Van Buron and
Harrison, first floor and basement, together or sep*
arately.- The upper two floors have six rooms each,
with water, gas. &o, and are well lighted, will be
rented for offices or families. OHACE * ABELL,
326 Wabaah-av. '■
mOIRKNT—VERY DESIRABLE OFFICES, SUIT*
X able for law, real estate, or physicians, at 356
Wabasb-av Five rooms on second floor, with gas
and hath privileges; <l5 to $4O Call at 386 Wabaah-av
O RENT—AT GLENCOE, A STORE AND
dwelling, at $2O per month; a rare opportunity
for a live mnn with small capital to do
business No opposition and albrlving town; situa
ted 17 miles north of Chicago, on Milwaukee Railroad.
J. B FOWLER, Evanston.
O RENT—AT A BARGAIN, A BUTCHER
shop all complete, with fixtures. Inquire at 37
West Msdlfionst., basement
O RENT-STORE NO. 1313J MOUTH STATE
at. Apply to BECKHAM & BROWN, 475 Wa
bash-a v
O RENT-SMALL PACKING HOUSE, ALL
complete for summer work; aoodretail stand.
GFO. H. HESS, southeast corner LaSalle and Mon
roe-fits. ______ —
O BENT—STORE, BASEMENT, AND TWO
lofts on Franklin st, between Madison and wash
ineton-sts. Btoreand barn on Wabash av. near Four
teenth st Loft suitable for light Jobbing business,
on northwest corner South Water-sc and Michlgan
av. A. J- GALLOWAY & SON, southwest corner
btate and Madlson-ata.
O RENT-SMALL STORE S7* WEST RAN
dolph-st. by E A. BLANCHARD.
O BENT-57 WEST WaSHINGTON-ST ROOM
20x30 seoond floor, well lighted, $3O a month. Ap-
FOR SAlli
170R SALE—AT A BARGAIN—BANK GOUN
r t*r. with glass railings. Inquire at 37 West Madi
son st, basement. ___
OB KALE-CHEAP-READY-MADE COT
tagea DEBROM BUILDING CO., cor. North
Clark end Priests
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
can church or parlor organ, entl-ely new. jost
from the manufactory, elegantlv ca«ed A bf.rgaln
caa be had by calling-at once at 1254 Michigv -av.
WANTED--BIALE HELP.
Bookkeeper*. Clarke* Ao*
WANTED— GO D CORRESPONDENT CLERK
and book-keeper, one who has nad ex »erlBnce in
lift inburance. Address T 82, Branch Tribune office
WANTHD-A VOTING MaN WHO HAS HAD
experience as hank book keeper <>r teller, sal
ary email. Address V bo, care of Tribune office, glv.
ing reference
WANTED— AN EXPERIENCED SHIPPING
clerk. FIELD, LEI TER A 00.
TJSTANTED —A FIRST-CLASS GERMAN DRY
Tv goods salesman. Apply, to.da/, at 240 North
Ciark-et. maroose a roman.
YXTANTKD—YOUNG MAN, WRITING A PAIR
VV hand, who bas had some experience as invoice
clerk lr> the fancy good* or drog busl'ieas *d>tress,
in own hand wilting. X 61, T'lbune Branch office.
WANTED— A POLICY-WRITER MUST BE A
g> od and rapid penman. Address, in own hand
writing, D 45, Tribune Branch office.
Trade*.
XTTANTED—A GOOD WOOD CARVER TO GO
TT to'hbcounlry Address JOHN MOORE, Plerse
too, Ind.
ANTED—FOUR FIRfT-‘!LA9S CakRCAGE
pain*era; nteady employment J. WRIGHT A
toON,Leavtnworth, Kansas.
\\T ANTED—I *MhDI-TK LY—a NO 1 Ciß^
T T rla«** painter who Is good on striping and finish
it ff ; x oi-o but a strictly sober man need apply; to
stub steady work and good wages will he given. Ad
dress Gay <fe PORTEK, • ttawa XU.
ANTED-2 FIRST CLASS BLACKSMITHS
at once. Applyat Guam A TENBHGEKE,
Carriage MTg Co., Ann and West Raudoloh-ata
CTTaNTRD—A COMPETENT SASH, DOOR AND
"» blind maker to take charge ot a set of hands,
one that understands mnc inery and plans; must
be sober, steady, with commanding mtlue'ice. »ndn «t
sfraidof work; one that understands Gorman pre
feirert. Also a salesman or assistant bookkeeper,
» bo Is willing to make himself useful about the shop;
one’hat is acquainted with the business preferred
Apply at the Northwestern Planing Mill, comer
Gr*-en-»t. and West CMoaieo.»Y. '
WaN’JED— toOi»D TttUNKB X MAKERS
corner Twenty-second and Throop-sts., up
stairs.
ANTED-A FIRBT-OLAB9 MAN TO RUN A
Bodsers moulding machine, lor wnioh good
wages will be paid. None but tho»e accustomed to
this machine need apoly. CROAK HITE A HER
BEN, corner Kingsbury Arid Illmols-st*.
ANTED—A CONTRACTOR OR FOREMAN,
to build a srhool house, wood, at Western
toprirga Plans can be seen, from 10 to 12 o’clock
eaob day, calling on T O HILL, 136 State st.
ANTED—TWO FJRST-CLAbS BARKERS.
Apply at MILLER’S, 173 West Madlsou-st
VJfYANTEI— A FIBS P-CLASS BARBER AT 72
Harrison-st.
ANTKD-NIOHT EDITOR, FOREMAN, AND
tbreeflistolass compositor* for a morning pa
per at Duluth. Minn, immediately. Situations to
steady and capable men. permanent Compositor’s
wages. 40 c«*nts per 1.000 ems Fur particulars, inquire
of H. O. Mil OH ELL, at Briggs House, at 12 o’clock
till*- day. No intemperate persons or uead-beats need
apiiy
\\TANTKD—A FIRST CLa OS PaGER TO SUCH,
»» good wages and permanent aliuatlon will be
given. Aleo, girls to f oed ruling maoulnos. Apply
at factory, corner of Wood and 1 yler sea. Also, drat
olsea bock sewers MILLARD A DECKER.
ANTED-A CYLINDER PREtod FEEDER,
Apply Immediately at 49 South Canal-st.
\xt anted-six carpenters today, to
» v work in foundry, comer Cllnttn and Washing
ton-ata, wett end of tnnneL
\XTANTED-TWO GOOD CARRIAGE BLaOK
»» smiths. Steady work and.good pay. Applyat
288 Mllwaukee-av.
ANTED—A FIRST-CLASS BARBER, STB \DY
work and good wages, at 57 East Klnzle st. J.
CARPI OTTO.
WANTED— A GOOD COMMON CARPENTER.
None but a live man need apply, at 56 Wells-st.
near Randolph, In basement.
TVTANTED—PAINTERS—AT KUHN’S KURO».
tt pean Hotel, on learbornst Good wages to
workmen. Daubs not wanted Apply, oaring work
l ours, at the bnlldlng, to KELLER, Painter,
Coachmen.
TXTANTED—AN EXPERIENCED COACHMAN,
v * who understates the care ot horses, who oau fur
nish references and Is willing to make himself gener
ally nteful; one that is acquainted witli the city. H.
O. bTONE. 177j La-Salle-st.
WANTED— EXPERIENCED TEAMSTERS TO
drive lumber teams at Richards, Norris it
to ,s planing mill, comer West Twenty second and
lafiln-sts.
Mlsoellaneotu.
WANTED— MEN AND BOYS AT 241 WEST
Bandolph-st
ANTED-6PECIAL INDUCEMENTS WILL
be offered to No 1 men to representtheNatlonal
Llf* Tnsuraiice Company if Chicago in the city. Call
at hone office, 78 and 80 Van Buren st.
ANTED-A FEW GOOD MEN, ORMANS AND
Americans. To solicit for life Insurance, stock
plan, will meet with encouragement by applying at
Room 8. No 84 South Canal-st., Jane 28.
\\TANTED—A GOOD SECOND COOK, MALE OB
• * female, at E H. HUTCHINSON’S, comer
Twenty sccond-st and Wabash av
ANTED—BOYS. APPLY’ AT &4 WEST BAN
dolph-st.
ANTED - 100 LABORERS FOR - HORN'S
Pier, Wjg ; also one shoemaker and one wagon* :
maker Inquire at 108 North Deaplames-st. q
WANTED —TO BUTCHERS I WANT A
*« steady reliable, competent man. Apply before
9 in the morning at Evening Post, S Canal su
aKTED-TO LEAVE POSITIVELY TO-DAY.
20 sawmill hands for Wlsooneln and Mleuigau ;
wages. $26 U s4oner month and board: free fa’6;
also.mfaim banns lor Illinois ; also 3.000 man for 7
difft-rent railroads, namely; Hongb on & Ontonagon,
Mjuthof Lake Superior; Wlso«<naln Central; taca
son. Lansing <t Saginaw, Mich.; Detroit A Bay City.
Mich; Graun Rapid-*. Rockford A Greenville Ml-di;
Michigan Central A Racoon Vafl-y, Indiana. Free
fare to them all uu the three first ones $2 25
pet day. CHRISTIAN A BING, 101 Soatn Canai-sU,
up Blairs.
WTANTFD-A YOUNd MAN IS TO 20 YB*B4
of age who is a good penman and 1 as some knowl
edge of busmen** generally balary sl3perweok. Ad
dress U ii. Tribune office.
ANTED—A TEAMsTER; A BILL
poster. Apply at 47 West Randolph at, Room 2
ANTED—A YOUNG UiN FOR GENTLE
man’s place, rear the city; 10 for city work; 20
saw ma is and farm hands; 500 railroad laborers
wages $2 25 per da; ; 5 for picking cherries. 21 West
Randolph st.
TITAN TED—2S FARM HANDS; $2B PER
" piontli and hoard t’ 0 year round. Apply at 28
West Mad son-et. bNELL A SHAW.I
wanted—for copper harbor, lake
• * Superior, 3 carpenters, and 20 laborers, steady
wrrk $5O per month, fare paid; also men for other
places. At 127 West Washington st, Room 3.
ANTED—SOO YOUNG MEN, FOR CITY AND
courtly, for an eaey buflne-s. Those not afraid
of work can make $2O to $4O a week, on small cash cap
ital A. RAY. 230 West Randolph-st. Chicago.
\XTAN TED-A MAN TO DRIVE A LIGHT
*T wagon, take ca*e of horses milk one cow, and
makebln srlf us* fal generally. Call after 9a. m., at
93 W*RT Madison-St., C’O'-K A MoLAIN.i
FINANCIAL.
LAUKI EB’S LOAN OFFICE, 150 TWENTY-SSO
ood at. corner Wabaah-ay., Room 2 Money to
loan on diamonds, watches, <&o. Established 1854.
ONEY TO LOAN-ON CITY REAL ESTATE,
from t5,0C0 to SS6.GCO. at 9 per cent; also In
smaller sums to suit and houses on leased ground.
Purchase money notes bought- B, GROSSMAN,
Room 11. Rent Block. IS! Monroe-wt
MONEY TO LO*N ON CITY ÜB&L ESTATE,
By O. S. HUBBARD. Jr., 70 South Canal-st
Money to loan—on real estate in
Chicago, or Cook county. F. O. TAYLOR,
210 East Washlngton-at.
ONEY TO LOAN—ON CITY AND COUNTY
real estate. CHASE & ADAMS, Si Bryan
Block, corner LaSalle and Monroe-sta.
ONEY TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNL
tare, pianos, houses, and other chattels. E.
ROGERS, Boom 43 Central Union Block.
TLf'ONEY TO l OAN, IN SUMS OF $2,000 OR
ITJ more, on real estate in Chicago or Cook County.
HUTCHINSON & LUFF, 381 Wabash ar.
TO LOAN-MONEY ON REAL ESTATE SE
entitles at 9 and 10 per cent, for a term of years.
JOSIAB H. BISBELT-. 45Bryan Block.
ANTED—WE WILL PAY THE HIGHEST
“* price In cash for adjusted claims against nearly
all Chicago and 5 astern Insurance companies. In*
quire Room 81, Exchange building, corner Clark and
Wasblngton-ste.
RI7 MADISON-ST., UP STAIRS, NEW
fj I York City Loan Office—Money advanced on
diamonds, watches, Jewelry, silver 'ware, silks, <fco.
Kfifi TO LOAN FOBS YEARS ON CITY
QjUreal estate or improved farm. MER
RIL, LADD <fc CO. 134 Madieon-at
A AAA WANTED. FOR A TERM OP.
wJll/gvvV years, on choice cltyproperty ; ab
atraot to date Address T 28, Branch Tribune office.
ufAA AAA TO LOAN ON FIRST CLASS
property. In surnsof $3,000 and
upward. ■>. W. BROW N, Room 11.183 Wabaah-av ‘9
LOST AND FOUND.
Lost— a large brown envelope, con
taining several deeds and papers ef no value to
any one but the owner. Any person returning the
above t W. D. MANCHESTER. Red Line office,
corner Madison and Canal eta, orloC. M GRAY.
L S A M. S. By. freight office, corner Paciflo-ay. and
Polk st, will be suitably rewarded
OBT—IN THE BLUE I9LAND-AV, OARS,
two deeds from Charles J Macalistnrto John
H. Shaw, between Twelftb-st and the Tribune office.
Any one‘returning the same to ISO Lytle-st will re
celve a liberal reward.
OBT—TWO ENVELOPES. CONT AINING NO
ticea. reo elpta. etc. Any party finding please re
turn to Tribune office and oblige.
OST A VERY SMALL BLAOK-AND-TAN
drg; answers to the name of “Minnie.” Any one
returning it to 66 Warren-av, will be suitably re*
warded
OST—ABOUT A WEEK AGO, PIVB HEAD
of cattle, as follows: Three young steers one
ted, one white, one nearly white; one red heifer with
short Uil, one old speckled cow. Were last seen
near Brighton House Finder will receive suitable
reward. Address G. GRIFFITHS, Willow Springs,
Illinois.
STRAYED— FROM BARN TTESDAY NIGHT,
a large hay truck horse, weighing about 1.400
pounds, black legs, long tall, new shoes; the horse la
recovering from sickness, and has a dull, heavy ap
pearance. A liberal reward will be given for informa
tion as to where this horse can be found, at.Home Toa
store, corner State and Twenty-second fits
d»1 A REWARD STRAYED PROM THE
JL if residence of J S. SABEBTON, on Wednes
day. 26th ln»t. one bay mare ; a slight scratch over
left eye* Anyone returning her to 507 North Stale
st, will get the above reward
PERSONA!..
B w ridget~mcj^^
fcrher brothers, John and Patrick McMahon,
pons of Patrick McMahon and Margaret Morsev,
township of Peel. Arthnr Tillage. Ontario, Canada.
John left home ahont ll veara ago. and Patrick T
years thisJm.e. Address BRIDGET McMahon, 376
West Harrifon at Chicago.
EPKONAL-IP MR. THOS JAMES, WHO
left Gl«scow, Scotland, ahont 25 years ago, for
Massachusetts, and afterwards went to- Mexico, but
la row supnosed to be in Illinois, dr either of his sons,
William or Alfred, or daughter Janet, should Bee this,
they will confer a great favor on an old and dear
friend by addressing ÜBS. THOS, GREY, ISGAdo
laide-Bt, Toronto, Out.
EBSONAIi—TO A- B. Cl: COMB SATURDAY
early, and I will satisfy yon that I have taken
more pains to find yon than yon me. All your letters
have been too long on the route.
ERBSONAL—ROWBOAT ; MATTIE AND CE- I
Ua : see “ personal n la next Sunday's Tribune.
CON. J
PERSONAL— ALL PERSONS HAVING BUST,
ness with c. Hudson, will please address PST> t
Trlbnre of?oe. •
PERSONAL— WJLJLL MARY BURN*. PB*j3
LaSalle, please rail and pee 33
Myrir'K av. nearTwenty-nlnth-at. Cottage Grc ye .
HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ‘
H'~ ~OTBEH"L^^aTrOOM
pet. Including a Singer sowing Pjaohlne, at 119
Wentworth-av, np stairs. Price $250. .
P~ARftHS WISHING-TO DlPP'jbe OPFUBNI-
Iure, carpet?, and general ■3 , 4 r>u«ftho‘d goods will
.do well to apply to H. PIKE <fc CO., 751 WeatLake-aV
WANTED—FEMALE HELP.
Dosastlos*
WANTED— A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
work in a private family, at 528 West Adam«-st.
WANTED— A GERMAN- NORWEGIAN, OB
fc-wede girl to do washing and ironing la a urre
family. loonn vho under* lands the bnal test lib
eral wages will be given. Apply at S3 Son'.h Park
av, second door from Twenty-third at.
WANTED -GERMAN OR SWEDISH GIRL. TO
do general housework for « family in Dixon* 111.
Family not largo, a pleasant home and good wages.
Inquire at 13 H annou court, in this city.
HIAfTiD-A GOOD COOK. WaSHBB, AND
"v imrer, Norwegian, Swede or German- Family,
lour. I quire ai 1013 Michigan av.
TtFaNTFD-a OR*->N GERMAN GIRL AP
vv pl»atNo 29North Kmzle-et, with references.
TSTANTED-A GOOD GIRL AT 84 TWENI'Y-
v y Mx h st family and k« od wages.
, TO ANTED— 4 GOOD GIRL TO- DO SECOND
?» work In a private boarding-houie. Must b* neat
and quick G-»< d wages. References required: 651
West Monroe-st.
ANIKD— A WOMAN TO DO WASHING AND
laur-dry work, at the Avenue House, corner
TwenTy-aeond-st. and Wabash av.
ANTED—A GOOD COOK. APPLY AT 171
Calumet ar.
ANTbD-A GOOD COOK FOR THE STAN-
Joy House. Hyde pari Apply this d<y. from w
. to 11 Room 27, Ohio Bcllalng, corner state and Madi-
BOD-gtA
V/ff ANTED—A GIRL TO DO KITCHEN WORK
»v in a private family South side and where two
s iris are > ept, Wagw good GEO H. HESS, south
e«eflc» ruBr LaSalle and Monroe-sts.
t NTEP—A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework, at IC2 Walnut-st, near Union Park.
nraKiED—two girls to do kitchen
v v work—no washing. Apply at 17 South Union.
ANTED—A NURSE OIRLTO GO TO EVANS
ton and take » email child. Apply, this
morri g, to MR. MORRIS, 66 West Madison-st.
Boom 1
\J|7-ANTED— A GOOD GIRL TO DO GENERAL
* v housework in a small family; good wages. Ap
ply, in drug store, a>. 628 West Lake-at.
\JtTAN7RD—GIRL 12 OR 24'TEARS'OLD.~WHO
resides with parents, to take care of eulldr**.
Call between 10 and 12 to-day; Mrs. KING, 50 South
May-st
TkTANTED—A GOOD PLAIN COOK IN A BE
spectable boarding-house of about twenty
boarders. To the right party, good wages paid. 602
State st
ANTED—AT 112 COTTAGE GROVE-AV., A
good kitchen girl.
\*TANTEr— A FI KBT CLASS COOE; WASHER,
andironer; highest wage* pild; only three in
family; modern hnoee 904 Mlobigan-av.
ANTFTU-A GOOD, STEADY GIRL TO DO
general housework; wages, $3 per week. Apply
st 996 State-et., Monday morning
TETANTED—A GOOD GIRL TO DO GENERAL
** housework In a small family Good-wages aad
permanent place. Seoton or English preferred. Ap
ply at 870 Archer-av.
ANTED—A FIRST-CLASS COOK FOR APBl
vale boarding-house at 63 South Morgan-st.
Housekeeper**
WANTFD— A GOOD HOUSEKEEPER. APPLY
at 142 Foanh av. •
Seamstresses*
TJU'ANTFD—A GIRL TO WORK ON A \V HEB
*v Jer & Wilson sewing machine; one who under
stands making mattress ticks preferrsd. Apply to
HILGh K. JENKINS &. co, 643 and 650 Wabash av.
U(7 AN TED- EXPERIENCED SHIRT MAKERS.
• v PORTER & HOYT, 130 Twenty-second st.
USTANTf D—so HANDS FOR LADIES’ UNDER
garments. Apply at 122 West Madiaon-st, aeo
osd floor
V* ANTED—A GOOD MACHINE GIRL FOR
v * cuntom work Nor o bat a good one need apply.
Inquire at 26 -onth Clloton-st.
Blisoellaneotiß*
TJfT’ANTED—A WF-T NURSE. APPLY TO DR.
V* MILLER, 926 Wabash av.. from Ito 3 p m
ANTED—A GOOD STRONG GIRL TO WORK
in a pte bakery. Good wages and steady work
to one who will salt. Apply at Nos. 23 and 25 North
Clinton-st
TtTANTED—2S GIRL* TO STRIP TOBACCO,
tv SPAULDING & MERRICK. 9to 15Rivar-st.
WANTED— SEVERAL EXPKRIENGKD LADY
canvAßssrs or agents to stU a neat little article
used by every lady. Address L. D. MoINTOSH, 702
FnltOT-.Bt
MISCULUAKUOUS*
A MAN WANTED WHO HAS *BOO TO $1,090-
cash furnish half interest In thirty sleeping
rooms. T O. LAMB, 127 West Wa*blngton>Bt
ASH Paid FOB CAST-OFF CTOTHING and
miscellaneous goods of any kind, by sending a
letter to I 6£LDEU,B64 Stare-st.
THE HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR LADIES'
and gentlemen’s cast off clothing feather beds,
and bedding. A. WILKINS, 75l Stalest.. Money
Loan Office, between Fourteenth and Flfteenth-st.
O PHYSICIANS—I WILL SELL LOW. OR
Dade for borse and buggy, a splendid
constant current battery, in handsome cabinet form
with dial, fine 2,200 resistance Rheostat, with gal-
Tonometer and intercollated commutator, serras
flnes conductor, etc,, with full instructions. 243
Calnmet-av.
O LOAN-MAGNETIC AND ELECTBO GAL
vanic generators (pooket size) and how to use
them invanous diseases. Room 6, 120 West Madi
son-at.
ANTED—ALL KINDS OP OLD WATCHES,
old sold silver, diamonds clothing pistols- Cash
paid at BARTLETT’S, 203 East Madi j on-flt.
ANTED A commercial or savings
bark charter, i r both, for which reasonable com.-
penpftilon will bo paid Address G, Bryan Block,
Boom SO, Chicago
ANTED TO PURCHASE-V SAW
some toM location. Would not object to saw
and gristmill c-mblned. Apply to K. COTON, Hins
dale, Du Page county, Illinois.
ANTED—A PARTY WISHING TO GO TO
the Pacific Coast, and having not leas than
cash, can obtain a good situation and an interest In a
first-class paying business. Reference given and re
quired. N« nebnt those meaning business need in
quire. Address M 44. Tribune offlo*.
BUSINESS CHANCES.
A SMALL STOCK OP FANCY GOODS, NO
tio ns. and Jewelry for ails at a bug-tin. with
lease and fixtures, a splendid chance Cheap rent
wju be sold at a bargain if applied for at once.
Reason for selling, other business to attend to. Ap
ply at store. 797 West Madison-st.
GRFAT CHANCE TO MAKE A FORTUNE—
Dining and samp e rooms, full of business, in one
of the beet locations m the cltv f-rsale. Reason for
selllrg will be explained by calling on W. R WOOD
BU BY 172 South Hoisted st.
FIRST-CLASS PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY
for sale. Just newly fitted np; rent low; Hi health
the reason for selling. Apply at 179 West Lake-st.
LCDHOL STILL FOR SALE—WE OFFER FOR
sale onr Copper Alcohol Still <1 300 gallons per
day capacity. It has all the apparatus complete lor
manufacturing the heat of alcohol and has been used
bnt little. Will send photograph of it to all interest
ed. Terms low. Address J. G. TRUE & CO., Port
land, Maine.
N ESTABLISHED BUSINESS FOR SALE,
for $6O. that will pay for three days work from
$l5 to $lB per week. Terms cash. Apply at the office
of J. c Drake, isi West' Madison-st, at 10 o'clock
this morning.
PERSON HAVING $1 000 TO $1 500 CAN 8E
cure an Interest, with a position as bookkeeper or
travelling agent, m a well-established manufacturing
business. Address Vl6, Trlhnno office.
MAN WITH $760 TO $1 000, WHO IS WELL
acqnk'nted with the city and not afraid to work,
wanted toe gage in a bnainess already established
and doing well. Address M £9, Tribune office.
SPLENDID BARGAIN—A SMALL BOARD-
Ing house of 11 beds, saloon Attached, with atoek
and lease, low rent Inquire at 170 8. Desplalno-i-st
A BARE CHANCE—IN CONSEQUENCE OF
disagreement between partners, stock, fixtures,
and lease of a well located f ncy goods business for
sale. Inquireof 8. SOHULTZ, Assignee,southwest
comer of Jackson and Clinton-sts, or at thepremises,
143 South Twenty second st
BARE CHANCE FOR MAKING MONET.
We are offering State and County rights erf the
Varney Carriage Jack the best thing for the purpose
ever invented, at prices and on such terms as cannot
fall to make it for the Interest of persons in search of
business to investigate it; a few good agents wanted.
PHILLIPS & BUFFINTON, 79 West Madison-at,
Chicago.
A KERY AND CONFECTIONERY FOR SALE,
1297| State-st.
CORNER GROCERY FOR SALE; PULL STOCK,
trace all cash ; other business to attend. Call at
619 Sonth State-st. '
CORN £R GROCERY FOR SALE ; FULL STOCK,
trade all cash; other business to attend. Call at
SI9 Sonth State-st.
OB SALE—STOCK. LEASE, AND FIXTURES
of a fancy goods and picture store, the best stand
on West side Proprietor can be seen in evening, 80
Bomb Haleted-st.
Grocery store will be sold chbap
lor cash; doing a good cash trade; must be sold
this week. Address N 15, Tribune office.
Lease and fixtures op store on west
M adlaon-st for sale; first-class location. Address
X 92 Tribune office.
B. MORRIS,ROOM 2,47 WEST RANDOLPH
• st, has for sale:
4 drugstores
l first-class grocery; choice location and large bnsi
ness.
1 flour mill; would exchange.
I Sohone power engine, cheap.
Also other business chances.
EAT MARKBT, FIXTURES* ICE HOUSE,
eto, for sale bt BARBER & RIDLE, northeast
c rier State and Tweaty-nlnth-sts.
Nail machinery for sale, consisting
of engine, boiler, rolls, shears,grindstone,shafting,
and 23 nail machines, all complete. Apply to KIRK,
COLEMAN «fc CO., 34.SoQtfa Canal-at.
STOCK AND FIXTURES FOR SALE OP ONE
of the best ice cream, confectionery, restanrant
and bakeries in ihe city, cheap for cash only $l,OOO,
owner having other business. Apply at Bl4i West
Lake-st.
yINEOAR WORKS FOR SALE—ONE
of the oldest established and beat paying Vine
gar Works In the city, in perfect working order; ca
pacity 250 to 300 barrels per month ; will tase part
pay In vinegar; satisfactory reasons given for selling
Andress or call for 3 days at Room 9.75 South Canal-su
i- ~ ,1,1 WILL PDBUHASI A ÜBOCBBY A»l)
t-ptt" saloon, with very cheat) lease, and doing a
good business T C. LAMB. 127 W Wasblngtop-Bt
AGENTS WANTED.
Agents wanted—t.ooo in three months.
Agents can make the above amount by sailing
the great Campaign. Book. THE STRUGGLE OP- *Ti.
The issues and candidates of the present political
campaign. History and Platforms, Review of Grant’s
Administration. The Queer Record of Horace Gree
ley. by Everett Chamberlin, formerly of the Chicago
Tribune. The IRnstrations are drawn expressly for
the work by Stephens. Entirely original The finest,
both humorous and grave. If you want to make
money, send One Dollar for outfit, and secure terri
tory at once. . Terms, Ac., furnished on anpllcatlon-
Address .UN,ION PUBLISHING CO., 165 Twenty
eecoml-st, «', l hlcag“j.
Agents wanted-sio a day on capi
tal 12 fastse-llng articles. 3 to- 6 of each, ’hat
sell for 2% to SO cents each, sent for $6; retail for $l6 50
Our $lO outfit retail" for £l3. $2O outfit for $76.50. Men
and wivjien are making $l3 a day. This rare ohance
forSOdaya; affords an opportunity for beginners to
start u fortune. Send money in registered letters
only. A. RAY, 230 West Bandolph-at.
A «F;NTR wanted —live, active news
■*r*.*C*ents to run on trains MoKEEVER A SMITH,
Peo-ria, HL
A GENTS WANTED—ANT NUMBER of men
In that mean business, and know how to do it can
lay by SSOaweek handling onr goods; $lO to $5O capi
tal a requisite ; one for each county only. MERRILL
A CO-. 230 West Randolph st. Chicago.
AGENTS WANTED—TO SELL HARRIS’ PP
peife* tly pure whiskey in city and country. Gall
on or address W. J. WALKER, Wholesale fLiquor
Dealer. Exchange Building, comer Clark and Woah
ingrrni.pts. Pnom fi».
WANTED—TO EXCHANGE.
WANTED-ALOTIN EXCHANGE FOR FUR
vv niture-all-new May 15,: 1872., - HAVENS, 406
Thirty-seventh st. ’ . ’
TXTANTJ*D—TO FXCHANQE-B.V M H MOR
5* RIS Room 2. 47 West fruit (arm
iricentral Illinois for city one flourmill
for farm, M 5 000.
SITUATIOKB WAJfTKD—llJiijßffi
Bookkeepers* Clerk*. &o*
SITUATION WANTED k(i OtTNT BOOK*
opmed, c’osed, or examined by *nd
experienced accountant; also posting', eta. attended
to evenings or during the day* To/mff reasonable.
A. BRAbHEP, 379 Madlsoo-st. upstairs.
SITPa'TTON WANThD-BY A YOUNG-MAN,
- employed during the day. to post books,etc,la
the evening. Address j H K. I2lCl«rkat.
Trades.
SITUATION WANTED-BV A MILLWRIGHT?
Tinders anda milling in all IU branches, and i-* a
good carpenter; best of recommendations CuM
fcmnd at 63 North W ells at
SITUATION WANTED—BY A
harness-maker, one tha T thoroughly understands
thebuslneas Address! WD. 69 North Labile at
Situation wanted by a Taußouaa
Job printer and presemfin; would sot a-* sh irt
hand reporter or editor. Address for four
days GI-I. Tribune office.
Coachmen.
SITUATION WANTED —A3 DEAN COAOH
man In a pilrate family: understands hfs busi
ness: flr*t cla*s city references. Address K 43, Trib
une Blanch office.
SITUATION WANTED—AS COAOHMAN BT
one whom. If yon employ, yon will ‘exoiim. 4 *Wft
have thorlrht man atlasl.” Address COaCdlfAX,
130 Burnwirte at.
Mis oellan noun*
Situations wantedi-by a man and
wife, as cook, and husband to take care of h»r*es:
country preferred. Address C. MAGILL, rear of 149
North Boren-st
STtuation wanted-by a yousq man
of good business capacity, some kind of U<hS
work to which he can give two or three hour- an
evening for a fair compensation. Address D 25, Tri
bune offie*
SITUATION WANTED— B\ A YOUNG SWEDE
to work In a grocery or other store; good refer-'
enrea Address L GO. Tribune office
SITUATIONS WANTED—FEBIALIi
Domestic*.
Situations wanted—by s respectable
girls; one as cook, washer and Ironer. one to da
second work, and the other to do general housework,
in private families. apply at im \sh *r>d-av.
SxTUAIION WANTED- BY A Uittu ryR «4EX
oral housework. Apply at 131 Leavitt at, corner
Adams.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE
girl to cook, wash and iron In a private family;
can furnish the best of city references. 331 West
Polk-st.
SITUATION WANTED—TO DO GENERAL
housework in a small private family. Apply at
10-1 Second at.
Miscellaneous*
SITUATION WANTED—AS WET NURSE BY
a healthy woman withont chl*L Call or address'
Mrs- WILLIAMS Home for FrlendlftHs Chicago
BOARDING AND DODGING.
'West Side.
9 SOUTH MAY-ST. BETWEEN WASHING
ton and Randolph —Front rooms furnished or os- *
furnished, en suite or single, with board.
OQ SOUTH JEFFERSON-ST. FURNISHED ■
.40 rooms. with good board. 167 West Jackson at;
to rent, unfurnished rooms.
K/| NORTH HAUSTED-ST., NEAR LAKB-ST.—
tlv Nicely famished rooms, with firat-cla*s board.
Also, front parlor, famished or not, for gentleman
and wife. Apply soon.
W/> WEST MONROE-BT-—BOARD AND LODQ
i U ings ; $5 per week; good table and home com-'
forts ; day board 13.50 per week.
1 Q A WABREN-AV.-BINGLE UNPURNISH-
J.O'ab ed rooms, with all modem improvements;
also front parlor, with oatpet.
TQ A WABBENAV.—A SUITE OP UNFUR
-L Otk nlshed moms, and also a front parlor with
carpet: modem improvements.
1a q west Washington sr. single
l*rOroemi, one large front chamber and front p«-
lor, all furnished, to rent with board, to ladies and •
gentlemen.
"I £* A WEST ADAM--ST —LARGE FRONT
J.v‘± room to rent, withflcstclassboard. Also, a
smaller room.
OOQ WEST WABHINQTON-8T —ONE SIN
-44?/ gle .front and one doable front room, with
board.
OAA SOUTH GRKENST.—A GENTLEMAN
4mbub and wile, or two gentlemen, can obtain pleas
ant tnii isbed room. Good hoaid and modem con
veniez ces.
Qrr A FULTON-ST-—LARGE. HANDSOMELY
4 i furnished front room, with board, for two
gents,or gentleman and wife.
Qk>Q THIRD AV—BOARD AND LODGING
040 for 6 or T young men; also a few day board
era wanted.
*>K£* FULTONRT., NEaR UNION PARE—
OuU Fomisbed room, with board, on reasonable
terms.
QKO WEST BANDOLPH-ST.—FURNISHED
OmU room for two gentlemen, with first class
board; also two day boarders accommodated.
QKD WEST RANDOLPH-ST.—TWO LARGE
OtIO rooms suitable for four single gentlemen, or
twe gentlemen and their wives, with board.
A£iCk FULTON ST.—GOOD ROOMS TO RENT,
with or withont board; pleasant location,
near Union Park; terms reasonable.
(KA O WEST WASHINGTON-BT—A GENTLE-
Dmfc?/ msn and his wife or two single gentlemen,
can procure do aid in a private family by applying
as above.
ZJTfI WEST MONROE-ST—A NICE ROOM
vMJ JL with first-class board suitable for gent and
wife or two gentlemen. Terms reasonable; refer
ences required.
BERDEEN HOUSE, 23 A-BERDtEN-ST.—ONE
suite front rooms and single room ; best location
In the city and first class
ARTIES CAN BE INFORMED ASTOLOCA
tiouof mo-t desirable accommodations, a- ex
tremely reasonable figures, largo rooms,' 2 blocks of
Union Park, bet aid cold water, gas. &c by calling on
me. EDWIN H. BROWN, 175 West Madixoa-at
WEBER HOUSE, 158 WEST LaKB-ST. NEW
house; first-class board ac from $6,00 to |9,00 per
week. Transient, $2,00 per day.
terms.
South Side.
Ift EAST SIXTEENTHS’? FURNISHED
ID front parlor; one front room, second floor, wltli
sleeve, hot and cold water, famished or unfurnished
-1 *7O TWENTY-FIBST-ST.. NEAR STaTB-TO
Xlo Rent—Cicely famished rooms, suitable for
gentleman and wife or two single gentlemen. Good
hotel table attached,
QA T*ENTY-BiiCONB-t*T. A NICE FUR*
Otc niehed room, with first-class board; also a few
day boardt-rs wanted,
CT WABaSH-AV —A SUITE OP DESIRA
rJ JL” ble rooms end handsomely furnished rooms,
with board; also single rooms. Apply at 506 Wabaah
av.
WABASH-AV.—ONE FRONT AND ONE
UUV single- nom ; day-boatd accommodations.
Also a fine family carriage for sale.
£*IO MICHIGAN-AV. PLEASANT FUR*
Ulal niched or onlnrnlshed front rooms for gentle*
man and lady, with board ; also one pleasant roost
suitable for two gentlemen, with board,
Btl — HANDSOMELY FUa
itf _L nished suite, for gentleman and wife; also,
rooms for single gentlemen. Accommodations strict*
Jy first class.
VENUE HOUSE. CORNER TWENrYSECN
ond et and Wabaah-av.—Fine suites of family
rooms, single rooms, and first class day board.
ICHIGAN AV., NORTH OF
A pleasant, well famished rsom. with board,
suitable for two. on verv reasonable terms. Address
F 99. *J rlbnne Branch office.
Cotmtrjr.
STANLEY HOUSE. HYDE PARE.—BOARD
and lodging, combining city and country: East*
ern family; home comforts. Terms, |6 to $l2 per
BOARD WANTED.
Board —by a gentleman and wipe,
one large front room or snite of rooms, famished,
wi’h board. A dares* Q 55. Tribans office.
HORSES AND CARRIAGES*)
A FINE STOCK OF PHAETONS, JUMP-SEATS,
basket pba» tons, Concords, business wagons, top
and open bnggles. and Ilgnt carriages of every de
scription at i. S TOWER <fe BROS., manufacturers
and dealers, 105 Sonth Clinton-st, near Madison.
ARRIAGXS—BBOOKMAN & SKINNER, 190
Twenty-second-sa, corner of State, have on
hand and for sale the largest stock of business wagons
and open and top buggies in the city, which they are
prepared to sell at prices that defy competition. No
slop-made Eastern work dealt in The above being
made by the celebrated and old-established manufao
tnrer, Murray, of Niles, Mish. and Stndebaker,
Sonth Bend. Ind., they are enabled to guarantee all
work soldor this make.
Fast young trotting gelding can be
seen and tested at Monee, on Illinois Central
Railroad, 32 miles from Chicago. Or address H. C.
CHITTENDEN, P. M.. Monee,!!!.
Fob sale—a jump-seat carriage, vert
stylish, with pole and shaf a. Inquire at 788
Wabaah-av., or can be sees at 1014 Mlohlgau-av. Also
1 handsome, email, milk-white horse, not afraid of
cars ; children or ladies can drive or ride.
For sale—fine driving horse, buqgt,
harness, robes, eto, at a discount for want of use.
Room 45 Bryan Block.
■DOB! SALK—A PAIR OF HEAVY MATCHED
17 horrea; mast be sold. Apply after 10 o'clock at
corner of Desplaines and West Late-sta.
OB SALE —TWO PHAETONS, ONE FINE
drivinghotse, one good saddle horse, one horse,
buggy and harness; all complete; very cheap.
BALE, ROBERTS «fc CO.. 370 and 372 W. MsdtSOQ-Bt.
FOB SALE— TWENTY-FIVE HORSES OP ALL ,
kinds, buggies, carriages, harness, etc. Most be .
sold at cuce, 68 and 70 West Monroe-st
OB t-Al E-HORSE, BUGGY, AND HARNESS,
at a bargain If taken to-day. Also a good work •
horse. 68 West Monroe-st. '
For- sale—or exchange—for furni
tureorreal estate, new top phaeton baggy and
harness. 116 West Madlaon-at. RoomSQ.
For bale—a young Morgan horse, b .
years old. gentle and sound ; sold for want of use,
at hardware store 105 Twenty-second st.
Fob sale—a pair of very handsome
ponies, thoroughly broken for double, tandem or.-
single driving; also, under saddle. May be seen ah <
No- 799 Wabaah-av
Fob sale—all grades of hobses one
extra carriage leam. Come and get beat bargains .
offered. Rear 171 West Liberty at. ______
Tame hay op prime quality by the
bale at wholesale prices, delivered. Also line,
pasturage for horses. O. H. BECKWITH & GO., 140
Mlcblgan-av., comer Monroe at- _
TXTE WOULD SAY TO THE CITIZENS OP
>Y Chicago that we liave now on band over too.
buggies and carriages of every description, which we
must and will sell at the very lowest posslulo figure.
We must close them oat within tea days. Come and
see 'us and yon won’t go away without one..
FLETCHER. LaZEAB <t CHENEY, 143 Michigan. .
av.. Lake Front,
Wanted— hobses at p. o. a b. co.’a rta*'
bles, comer Twenty-ninth and State-sta. Cheap.
horses for sale
TTTANTED—TO RENT—A COMFORTABLE
» ■ house on the South or West Side, or in any cor---
Tpolent suberb- Bent not to exceed Sib per month..
FRANCIS W. COREY & CO„ ITOIASaUe-at. Bi yaa.
Block.
ANTED—TO RENT—UNFBNISHED BOOMS,
for gentleman ard wife, and single
near good restaurant or boarding house. Reference*
nnexceptionable. Address N.. 19 Tribnno office.
TENANTED—TO BENT—A PARTY IN AN K3*
vv tabllshed manufacturing business wishes
rent, for a long term of years, a building and lot about
60H75 feet, and three stories high. Address C. L ,
91 Twemy-Fifth-sV •
TXTANTED—TO RENT—A HOUSE OPS OR H>
W looms, with iuodivn improvement*. by a rwp'n.
Bible paity; 'no children. Address X 55, Triauua
office. _____ .
anted-to rknt-by a man and wife, ,
3or 4 uafurnlahßd rooms for housekeeping. Ad*
drees R 79. Tribune office -
. SE^NGJttACHINIIS.
■cvtEED BEWTNO MACHINE OFFICE. NO. lIP
ponth Halsted-sc. Maohinea sold on monthly
pavmfnta. and work given. Attachment* all sew*
‘oguwUitiP'Jt’yii; also TuwhlawrspairoX.
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