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THE AHEBIC4N FLAG. •nuen Freedom from Heaven beheld her brave m J?D and »-wmble In martial airay, ■BMbtSSrfl. 11 Slilng valor, the hireling Haue jS/vSdßritain to matter and eiay, Hfaiwovethe b-ightbarntr, CGambia'spnde, 8 * w.th glory 1 ..heontllalbme. And t* heroes, sirong hearted and tried. Conveyed it to rally tne breve and tho true 1 O’er fields Btrewn with slanghter triumphantly * It gleamed, a brl.’ht epirit, In battle’s fierce fflCOUi, And fear took the ami boafiilng was quenched In the hush ot the And tyrants beyond ti»© wide Ocean turned On their thn-nes, at the news, as the face of And hearts of guilt in their bosoms did quail, _ , At their viaiona were smote by a Spectre 01 Dread 1 Baptized in the glory of valor, it waves In the breeze* of Heaven, a fisored delight, And the soul of the heroes who scorned to be slaves - Is breathed from its beauty, all starry and bright,: From the Orient wave to the Oicid A nt shore, It fans the bright flame that was lie m the p*st, And the sco»*o of oppression I* suffers*! no more O’ertheland where its glories scream out on the hlaet. Hall, emblem of Liberty! F’ag of the FreM Bright hope cl the nations where Tyranny frown? 1 Thy Heaven-born prestige was destined to be The power that vanquishes Sceptres and Crowns; In lands wht-re the chain* ot the cowerln g slave Axe clinkmc not »*ge» of wrork to the poq]. The scorn rf the ttiong shall be hurled Doth* And wide Earth adore thynlssj*. gplriff* ? Chicago, July, 3873 OniractK CBrollna * RAtPTftTT t -y 6 ~The Ealeigh Xeics of this momfeV poblirlies a despatch from Tar- S^ohAay B : •• Fourth of July was ob- Berveahere to day by a Inrge cr«»wd of ne grors. Captain Biggs, editor of the South enter, was present, »* a reporter. He was art sailed hv many regroee, and saved his life wilh fllffiouity, after havit g exhausted all weapons. He wirh a few slight scratches. The Ketos denounced the outrage se % brutal, cowardly attempt to murder a Democratic citizen of the Slate on account of bis political sentiments.” The labtr ffl©Trn»eni la Pennsylvania. Lock Haven, P.i . July 6 —The vieitof the Williamsport ten hour mill men rennltedin the formation of a rou-bonr league here. Ninety-nine men juiced the league la*r. night. This moruii e they paraded, 103 strong, on strife**. Blanchard’s saw mill Stopped, nod all reen were on strifes for ten hours. MasonV. Dasi’e, and Hopkins’ mills sect ded to tbe demund, and are nowruuntng on tie ten-honr system. Good order pre- BCSlfe£B& NOTICES. Batntci’fl Fiavor«cg Extracts for culinary me ate the best. Barnett’s Ccroalne, ibt* peer of hair prep araiiona—uiTlvailro as a dressing f«ir the hair, and pecuiifcrly aflHpiKi *«!*•» vr,ron* conditions. fcrre-Dr. S«rpb*-n-, |*JI Wes* W.ishtogtoo fit 8jo3; tv T went j - -third st. corner Cottage Grove, av .4to 9 All Kifati for Coma. Druggists have It 25 ctw pet box On*nmptlon c<tn be cored. Proof, Frescrlp- Uou and liiiorniaiioD, worth thoneande. Brut free lor atemped enveh pe, ty Dr. Enoch Warner <t Co., Den ver, Colorado. MARRIED. GIBSON—BA GGS—July 3, hy Professor Haven- Mr Matthew Gibson and Miss Jane Baggs, all of this City. KNIGHT—LLOYD—J*'Iy 3. at the residence of the bride’s brother, by Bev Dr. Powers W. Ghas. Knight Of Peru, IU., and Sarah C. Lloyd ol Chicago. HOOPS—COMERFORD—On theSdinst. at the res Iflence of the bride’s mother, by the B«v. Father Lalnmln, Edward £. Hoops and Miss May Comerford. HYDE—BUTTLES—June 27, at the residence o’ tho bride’s father, SL Charles, 111., by tho Rev. W. -Goodfellow, Mr. Weston C. Hyde, of Chicago, and Miss Libble Buttles. CARPENTER—HAK-On July 8. by Rev. Mr Thomas, Mr Charles H. Carpenter and Mlas Hattie S. Ham. all of Chicago. CHAtS—ADAMP—Bv the Rev. N. C. Tyler, at the residence of Robert M. Fair, on Saturday. July 6 Marvin 8. r'haar and Miss Annie B, Adams, both of - Chicago, No cards. DIED. BAlKAM—Tncedar, July 2,1872. Elerv C .Jr., only sen of Rlery G. and Grace D. Balkam. of intfamma, tion ot the brain, aged 4 months and 21 days. MAYHEW—JuIy s. Mattie Pace, voungest daugh ter ol Payson E, and Maltha S. Mayhew, aged 18 months. KNEADE—Michael Kneade. at his late residence, 534 West Taylor st. ac< d 2U years. Funeral to-day at 10 a, m., from Church of the Holy Family. Friends of the lamlly are Invited. ADAMS-On Saturday. July 6, at 4 p.m .EUa Mary, only child of FU* M. and Gto. W. Adams, aged 7 months and 1 day. _ Fuxeial from th»ir re«idtnce. 89 Twenty-fifth-et, on Monday. July 8. at 2p. to F< iomls are Invited. lost and found. Lost— boy—years old named mat. tlicw Benne-t. When lent seen, had on black pant*, a rtayj*»ket, and black felt hat; his hair la cat abort; Iras a gear on forehead Any information ef him to Ule pnrrLtß, No 50 Crosby-st, North Side, •will be thankl*l‘y receive T OST SATURDAY AFTKRNOON A DACE 1 i shawl In n a~ked Hotchkin, Palmer & Co . op Mate 8. car. bw'ween Twentieth and Twenty seootdstb; whotver returns the same to Hotchkin, Palmer & Co , will be suitably rewarded, 4ST —FIVE D'*. ÜBS ItiWARD SMALL ye)low, fine-hsjred amt, v Lite apM on breast bob tail and loi g < arc; aaswe* to name of epeedy. Bring to Ft Derjr, »7 ai cl 6y tomb Defrplalnea-st, up stairs, and g» t t-bove i . X*OBT-HTHER IN A MADISON ST. STAGE OR J_i cn betw* *n a: adiaon-at and Milwau kee Depot, a lady's leather purse containing a email an out tof m«ney mrt the owner’s card. Please leave th- fame at GBaNNIS At FaRWELL, 125 Ml< hipan av. and receive s reward, Lost— july 4. in cgdrnv grove, pocket book containing ifi r c*-irts lor payments made on bouse No. 476 Second ft. and $4 in money. The Under map keep the smsey. and sending the receipts to above address, or to H. P- BOENER, Chicago Even lug Pest Left— on the riverside ruad, near Lawndale, a horse and bnirgv ; hor-e a small iron gra«; harness and buggy nearly new. The owner proving property and paying dam ages. - VM. M DILLON. Lawndale. OBT—FRIDAY MORNING. ON SANGAMON st. between Madison and FuD-on-sls.ablackrib bon sash wroughl wi>h clusters of flowers in bricth oolers Firder will be liberally rewarded by return in g it to 224 Fulton-et near Sangamon. OST—A SURVEYOR'S LEVELLING BOD, left by mistake in somebody’s buggy, on LaSalle at. at Nixon’s bnlldlrg. Please return It to Room 22. Nixon’s building, and be paid for yoor trouble. S. B. GREELEY, Ci’y Surveyor. TOST —A SMALL RED COW, LEFT HORS J i broken off Finder will be rewarded by return ing to new bouse on Paulina st, between Wapnse av. and Elocrolngdale Road. Lost— a suitable reward will be paid for the return of sreclflrationa for a brick block that we lost on Randolph. Ada. Fulton. Reuben, or tfadisonsts, by ELLIS & ARMOUR, Hals ted and Bandolpb-sta LCBT-JULY 4, EITHER AT INDIANA-AV. Station, Riverside, Ottawa, or in ears cl C. B. <fe Q, B. R., via Aurora, about $3O. The finder will be rewarded on returning the same to 41 Bryan Block, Chicago. X fIi.T,RWATX -WHITE COW, 2-YEAR OLD, 1 i red Tears, small horns. Liberal reward for any information. l££ Eighteenth st- OST—IN NORTHWESTERN DEPOT, A c-errymar’s satchel. The finder will be reward ed bvsendlDgthe same to 202 West Indlana-st. W. P. STEWART. Lost from a carriage between Eldridge court and Lincoln Park, one black Bussian leather bag containing boy’s coat and other articles valuable only to owner. Please return to Wheeler A Wilson Sewing Machine Office, 338 West Madlson-et., and receive liberal reward. OST—IF THE MAN WHO CAUGHT AN IRON grey horse with a rope halter on at the corner of Carroll and Sangamon sts .on the 6th Inst., will re turn him to 146 North Union st, he will be liberally rewarded, OBT—SATURDAY EVENING. JUNE 2»i either on Cottage Grove, Egan, or Lake av., or the lake shore at Oakland, an onyx sleeve button. Binder will be rewarded by leavingat769 Wabash-av., up stairs, or 18 Egan av. OUND—A LOT OP • CARPENTER’S TOOl¥. supposed to be stolen. Apply to HAMBLEN’S Merchante* Police Station, 21 Milwaukee-av. Found— a pair op gold-lined speota cle*. Apply at MaNDEL BROS , 123 Twenty second-st ICBED UP—LAST SATURDAY, A LARGE bright bay horse, with tips on feet. 42 and 44 Ccngress-Bt. UNAWAY— FROM HIS HOME. 47 BUNKBR st, my son, 13 years of age; bad on gray Jacket with blue collar, brown pants and shirt; light hair ; gray eyes ; name Bruno Graff. Any person who will give me any information concerning him shall be suitably rewarded. M. GRAFF, 47 Bunker-st, Chi cago. ' TOLEN—A HORSE AND BUGGY. FROM OG den Grove; ssu reward to any one returning to 125 East Tweltlh-st. TBATED—FROM 87 COOLTDGE-ST . MONDAY night, a sorrel horae. fpavltmd la left hind leg. about 6 years old. The finder win be rewarded hy re turning him to above number. TBAYED—A BRIGHT BAT H'IRSB ABOUT 1M hands with the Lair rubbed c-ffof hla right bin. Any one returning him to 241 West Randolph et. will be Überally rewarded. _ TBATTU-niLYg. 1572. FROM NO. 405 ERIE st., two mules, one large and one small, with beltersE. KAWFP. S~ TQT.kN OR STRAYED—FROM CORNER OF Thirty eighth and Arnold-ets, a bay mare, with the right hind foot white to the ankle, and a white blaee In her forehead; fat, and weighing about 1200 pounds Ary one that- can give any information shout her will be liberally rewarded by addressing J. CRAWFORD, at a 7 lUlnois-st. STRAYED— OB STOLEN FROM THE SUB scrlber, at Washington Heights, one black horse, 7 years old, white hind feet and a' hole in the left lore hoof. A liberal reward will be paid for his re turn to J.H. MY RICK At SON. Taken up—a dark bay horse about 16 hands high ; can be found bv applying to A. RICH & SON, Dalton Station. Cook County, UL STa REWARD—STRAYED THURSDAY, SPXvf from’TTS Pnlton-st, a medium-s’zedredoow, long switch tall white tip. had white on legs and belly, piece of rope on her horns. Reward will be paid on her return to 278 Folton-aL tarl A BEWABD-8 TBAYED FROM 643 OiU Fourth-st.. June 20th. one bay horse, with luck mane and tall; hair off neck and back; was sick: leather halter on. Any information address M. 1. EOKOVAK. *1 A BEWAED-SrSiTJD PROM 13S0 IN diana-av., ft large red cow. has a white Stripe over the shouldera, white belly, and star in the face. Had a mpe wifh a snap fastened around her horns, E. ADDEMS, I3SQ Indiara-av. PC REWARD—LOST FROM CALUMET, large bay horse, has one white foot behind, and large scar on tongue. Is supposed to be between. Calumet and Chicago The above reward will be paid for his delivery at John V. Farwell At Co.’s store. <£?WfT REWARD—STOLEN ON SUNDAY qIO night. June 30. a handsome, dappled brown mare, 8 years old, about 14 hands high, white spot on forehead: legs black; very short and stout; in good condition ; weight about 1,100 pounds and very fat. The above reward will be paid for the recovery of the 1-bore to GEORGE CADWELL, Westem-av., ccraer of Lexington-it. CITT REAI. ESTATE. F' /^OB^a£S^BTIH ABTMAHH * QT7INN.au JJI JO. NO 23 Weilt UadlfiOD fit. • . . . 24, 50 and 76x125, on West Van Buren-st., can do h*a cheap ii taken atonoe. ‘ Oiots on West Taylor-et,rear plank road. Slots on Harrison, near Hoyne-st _ , 9 lota on Paulina and Marshfleld-sts, near Harrl eon-st. . , —u. a_ 8 lota on State at, near Thirty second and Thirty fouith eta. Residence lota on Indiana, Bills and Peckavs, very soo feet fine residence property on Wabash av. near TliPty-nliith at; sold ohe*P It taken >»t <>nod. 24 re ea, comer Vincennes av. and Foriy-fourth-at,, a bargain. 1 act- on Vincennes-a-r-. north of Thirty-ninth at 10acres, comer bov'tntyaeoundat, near Hyde 6- k acres in Peo 26, T- 38. E 13 TOacrtslß aoi.thweat $ Heo. 7 T. 88, R. 14, 2i lot* on JBlseell, Fremont and Clinton-at, east of PhefticirtsT Chraphonsea and lota In nearly all partaof the olt*. TCe have some of the bent bargains in lots and acre that baa ever been offered to the public, remember tins. vx)* salb— btabkll & hotchkiss—acre Jr Property near the New Railroads. 24Pacres on Fifty first fit In Sec 11. joaerts west of unmtmit Boulevard, in Sec. 3S. f> acres In See 3, 39.13 icn acres on slxt -third,st, in Sec 15. 2 1-2acre# Armitage audGetoeoe-sta,subdivided. > fin seres on Fifty tt tb at. Town t.«ke. 20 acres rear Twelfth at anoumlra. 7 act ea near Sixteenth stand Park. DESIRABLE aCKK property. 21-2 acres near Cornell r oh Fsoto-v -5 acres Wentwo ih ** *nd Forty-elghth-st. 2(0 acres (improved) in Palos, IS miles southwest f urn city nei-r nation. 3 VOTR AT A SACRIFICE. Monroe dt; near Jefferson Park. Irdi ns-av; 24x180, near Thirtieth at. Irving Paik; 300, or 50 feet front. Choicest in tho txace. BOUSES. Liner 1 * °*; elegant new brick, near Jackson-st. v-dlnt-av; lOooom bouse and lot; $B,OOO. Coitage Qrove*av ; tne bonne, large lot; $6 000. ** 5 handsome cottage and lot, cor Tylor-at; $4 500. ABELL & HOTCHKISS, 63 Cansl-84. For rale—frame house.nbwly paint ed Inside *nd out. on Folton-at, near Lincoln. Apply IoW. SKINNEB, Real Estate Agent, 169 La- Saile-st. For sale-some nice deep lots on Valcnt-sl. wratof Leavitt; outside of fire lim its, and m good nelrhborhood. Call earlv Monday momlCg. as tb«r*>o la Unman* u<i aolltn*. Eu- GENE LA BARR, 113 and 693 West Latest. For pale—lots on state st and wa bash-av., near Seventy olghth-st. 100x160 each, chfap easy term*; 150x225, comer Dummy Road and Grace st. $4O per font; 90x112 on Oak-at.. near pro pnt-ediake X»rlve; 69x80. corner Dearborn and Ha ron ste,; 50x100 on roath Wells at., near Taylor. SCHRADER BROS., 205 West Randolph-St., Boom FOR SALE—SI7OO WILL PURCHASE 50x100 feet on West Lake-at (corner); only $7OO down. Tlila properly mu-t be ao'd at any sacrifice. We only 8!-k one-half its value. T. C. La MB, 127 West Wash ington.stu FCR SALE—IO ACRES ON HUMBOLDT BOULE vard; a gr* at bargain to subdivide; easy terms. Alsoef-n e veiy tine lot-* In Austin. W. R. WOOD BURY 122 Sonth Saluted-at. OB SALE—LOTS CLOSE TO LINCOLN FAKE, sr d convenient to cars, at from $6OO to $2,500, E. EUGENE CaLDWELL. ISS Madlson-st, Ruom 3. FOR SALE—ONLY $1.3(0. small cottage andfineloton Ird ana-at. $5OO down. Pall ab stract. Decide Monday, B. G. GOOD WILLIE, 13* West Madison at. FOB SALE—ONLY $lO DOWN. $S MONTHLY till paid for—Desirable lota at Washington Heights, high and dry. with trees on them; 1,000 feet from three depots; $l5O to $250; tram reaches city, before 7 a. m., leaves after 9 p, m.; large number already sold. Call at 9 a m. and go and see them. TBUh-SDKLL «fe BROWN, 175 W**st Madlaon-at- OB SALK- OUTSIDE OP FIRE LIMITS— -1 ots convenient to Madison at. oars, one to four years*time. Where parties will build atoroe.no money will be required the first year Prices low. a ra-e chance to obtain a home. Apply to owner, No. 821 We-t Monroe, near Boyne. ORBALE—A STOKR OP 7 ROOMS. A'-D LOT. Tine is ore of the beat investments on the West bide, well built, with all the modem improvements, situated on the comer of Milwaukee av and Ruben et,suitable fora lager beer or any bnsineas, being well eutrounded with respectable inhabitants, a bnsineas man may soon realize a fortune. This prop erty will double In value In three years; $6,000; also ground attached for I double-fronted stores fronting on Ruoen-sc. and Milwaukee av.. together with store ana lot*. $lO,OOO. Apply on the premises. W. MOOR- 1 Hf-USF., bu-K 6ALK— SPLKNDID IN VESTMENT—WB • have about thirty lots for sale, fronting on Madi eon. Morro, , and sdnns st*., just east of Central Park, which we consider one of the best investments now in market Al*o, lota on Chicago av, between Lincoln aLdßobey-utA, cheap. E. E.OTIS & Co., 161 laealle at- Fob salF/—sl,loo slaughtered fob cash. lot 24x126. with bam. Co3*itt at, near Lake. B. G GOOD WILLIE 138 West Madison st. IpOB SALE—FIVE YEABS TIME, 6 PERCENT ; Irteret-t; several one and a halt story COT TAGES, on monthly payments. Water on premises and convenient to cars. Near Thirty first and Wal lace-eta. Apply to FRED. P. FISHER. 70 Caual-st. OB SALE—TWO LOTS ON OANAL-ST, BE tween Harrison and Mather. 56x100 feet. Inquire of F. J ROELLE, 351 Bonth Canal st. FOB RaLF- 25 LOTS TAYLOR ST., JUST WEST of Lea Itt, (I.GOO each, long time E. O. COLE «fc CO . 163 West Woshlngton-at., or Wright «fc Tyrrell. OK SALK—A FINE 2 STORY AND BASEMENT house, burn, ehade trees, &0., lot 781x125 south east coiner Lincoln ana Habbard-eta ; S9 0v0; very cheap KEELER, PLATT <fe JUDSON, 43 West Madlson-st- For SaIe—CHOICE COTPaGS AND LOT, 28x 120 on bt Jfhn’s-place; price, $3,500. B. H‘ CUM* M t M GS, 100 Eaet Bandolph-et. For sale-or rent—by h. o. Sampson, ib Clinton st.. 2to 5 p. m. t hoaae, lot. and barn, near the cere; boose contains 9 rooms, water, etc. For SALE—CBBaP lots ON Easy TERMS; monthly payments if preferred, comer Milwau kef-av aiid Idverfor-et Parties desiring cheap h*im* B or wi-hiog to inveot small capital with a view ot large rmfi'F wi!> please give ns a calL WIBNER BROTHERS, 133 We?t Madleon-st. OB SALE—CHOICE CORNER LOT. FULTON st, comer . roi!4o, on y 34.P01. Easy terms. Full B. G. GOODWILLIB, 133 Wist Mfidison-sL OR BALE—OR EXCHANGE—A NEW GOT tage and lot Inquire on premises, 1092 Adams-st. np SATV-nnop lots qn allthe STREETS between Twenty-third and Thirty-ninth-sta., and between State and Wallace. All out of fire limits.' Perfect titles, warrantee deeds. A veiy small payment down, 6 years at 6 per cent ALBERT pkank. 572 Wabftfih av. OB SALE—4OXIOO FEET ON KINZIE-ST., BE twe*n State at d Dearborn Inquire of A. I. JACKSON. Havelock P. 0.. Conk Connty* OR SALE-MAKBLE FRONT HOUSE ON Van Bnren-fit. near Ashland-av. 2 stories and basement, with all modem conveniences, cheap : im mediate pofeeeeion. HENRY WALLER, Jr.,180 West Wafiblngton-st. 1?OR SALE—AT A BARGAIN. HOUSES AND . lots 427 and 429 Warrsn-av.; also alot 52x135, north eafit comer Halated and Mather-sts. E. H* CUM MINGS, 100 East Rannolph-st. OB SALE-OAKWOOD BOULEVARD, JUST sonth of city limits, between Vincennes av., and South Park boulevard Lota on this new boulevard, wKeredtoioOfeet.-and to be beautifully improved by tho Sonth Park Commleeloners, are tow In mar ket fct low prices, and on eaav terms. Thero Is noth ing forth of the city tlut offers greater inducements as an investmmt. Those who wish to secure a por on cfthls valuable property mnFt apply early. A large advance. J. ESAIAB WARREN, 418 Mlchlgan av..rpT-oslTe Stanfard Hall SALE—CHOICE RESIDENCE LOT, 25X140. 1 cnlv 81,500 Very easy terms. Full abstract, lot is nicely shaded, R. G, GOOD WILLIE, 133 v. efet Madlfonat. OB PALE-FINE MARBLE FRONT HOUSE, with lot. on SUte st., 40 feet front, by 165 feet de*p. now renting for sB.Sooper annum. Prloe low Terms easy. SCHRADER BROTHERS, 105 West Randolph st. Room 22. J.HJH SALE—HaNDSsOME AND OOMMOUIOUS f' cottages about ready, on Firat-st, near Robey. Monthly payments of $4O. 8. T. KING, 7 Central Union Block. OR SALE—OR EXCHANGE—CHOICE LOT and small cottage on Warren-av., near Union Park, for choice lot, or cottage and lot. north of Lake- St. R. G. GOODWILLIB. 133 West Madlaon-at. OB SALE-CHOICE BKBIDENCES-$4.000. s47* 600. $5 000; on Leavitt. Fniton, and Walnut sta.; 8 rooms each; large haras and fine lota; easy terms, r. a. GOODWILLIB. 333 West Madison st. OB SALE—OR EXCHANGE-CHOICE LOT ON Twenty-nlnth-st,, neat Hanover, worth $1,100; will take good team for part; balance easy. R. G. GOQIjWIIJjIE, 183 West Mafllson-st. OB SALE—ONLY SI3OO—CHOICE VAN BU renet lot, Jost outside fire limits; full abstract; good title; easy terms; decided bargain. R. G. GOODWILLIB, 133 West Madison st IJOB SALE—SI,SOO—BUSINESS LOTS ON MIL 1? wankee-av.. near Holsteln-st, antlproposed rail road depot. R. G. GOODWILLIB, 1« West Madl- Bonst. FOR SALE—S4OO DOWN—NEW COTTAGE AND fine lot on Krlest.near Lincoln, 4?,000 ;no Inter est?; secure it R. G. GOODWILLIB, 133 West Mad ison st. XJIOB SALE—ONLY $1 400. COTTAGE AND LOT. X*' Cicero court, rear Harrison st. Wonderful easy terms. B. O. GOODWILLIB, 133 West Madison st. OB SALE—NO. 619 BOTUCRFIBLD-BT.TWO stery frame honse, 10 rooms, lot 25x125 to alley; good barn; price $4.000; very easy terms. FAKE <fe CLARK, 330 Wabash.av. . OB SALK—S6.SOO—SOMETHING CHOICE, AND Immediate possession—Elegant new boose, 10 rooms, best black on Walnut-st; lot 48x125; easy terms. B. G. GOODWILLIB. 133 West Madlson st, OB PALE—BUSINESS* PROPERTY-CHOICE lot, 26x160, on Divislon-st, east ofLarrabee, only $125 per foot, worth $160; easy terms; decided bar gain ; full abstract. R. G. GOOD WILLIE, 133 West Madifion-st- OR SALE—ONLY S4.SOO—PARK-AV, CHOICE come r. 28x120, with brick house; best bargain on the avenue ; very easy term*. B. G. GOODWILLIB, I*B West Madison ac. OB SALE—SPECULATORS AND MONIED men secure this choice 175x125 feet on Arnold*st, southwest comer Forty-fonrth-st; only $l6 50 per foot If taken together. R. Q. GOODWILLIB, 13* West MadlEon-st. OB SALE—CHOICE 33 FOOT LOT ON PARK av, east of Hoyne-st,s43o per foot; longtime; unaß payment down to parties wishing to build. R. G GOODWILLIB, 3*3 West Madlson st. OB SALE- $l,lOO LOTS ON INDIANAST., rear Leavitt; easy terms. Corner Indiana and ; Leavitt, $1,300. B.G. GOODWILLIB, 133 West Madl eon-st. L *£7OR SALE-CHOICE LOT 36X125, WALNUT-ST., X? near Oakley. A great bargalß and easy terms, R. G. GOODWILLIB. I*3 West Madlson-st. i T7OR SALE—SI,BOO—SOUTH SIDE SLAUQH- Jj terefl—Two-story beuse and lot on Battertiela ? pear Egan a - ?. R. G. GOODWILLIB, 133 West Mqdl ! ecn-st. ■ I X?OR SALK-78X74-LAKE-ST M BUSINESS COll , A/ ner, between Wtatern.av. and railroad, only $65 1 per loot together. R. G. GOODWILLIB, 133 West * Madisou-st OR BALE—ONLY S6SO—CHOICE LOTS ON Chicago-av., near Leavitt: dleconntfor alloash; • full abstract, good title. Decide at once. R. G. • GOODWILLIB, 133 West Madison st. FOB SALE—SBfO—CHOICE LOTS ON LYMAN 6t, near rolling mills and Aroher-av; 8100 L down topartles building immediately. R, G. GOOD • WIXJiIE. 133 West Madison-st. For sale —9 lots just north of mil* wankeeav., east of Robey-at. only $5OO each. J Apply to Campbell Bros., 167 East Madismi-Bt. ; 0 ‘C'OR SALE —A GOOD 10-ROOM HOUSE A* Hanllton-av. Very deep lot Only $3,500. Easy - terms. Apply to CAMPBELL BROS., 167 East Mad- lson e t S -pOR SALE—THE LAST CHANCE FOR 66 FEET a J? on Wlleox-st. east of Campbell-av, at $45 per foot This property Is cheap at $6O per loot Apply - to CAMPBELL BROS.. I67Erat Madlaoa-st. B T7OR SALE-LOTS ON FLORNOY ST., AT $550 i JP each. c Lots en Monroe and Wlloox-sts,, at $750 each. 8 lota on Jackson.st., at SSOO each. ■ y lots on Jones-fit, atsToo each. Fine Lota on barren av , only $1,250. ■ • 1 Apply to CAMPBELL BROS, 167.East Madison at. 1 T7OR PALE —2 FINE BRICK HOUSES ON : r Campbell Park. Very fine houses of 10 rooms, • with water, bath room, and other modern improve r meets. Only $6,000 each, on very easy terms. Apply i to CAMPBELL BROS , 167 East Madison st. I CiKAA WILL PDBOHABK A BKTIRINQ 05OUU partner’s interest m an old established ! real estate office and other basin from . s£,ooo to $3,0c0 per annais« T. c* 127 West Washington st. ) Win oiiiUAGO TBIBUKEs SUNDAY. JULY *i, 18t2.---EIGH if PAGES. CITY REAL ESTATEa *CiOB SALE—OR EXCHANGE—A H> r u.> MICH JO !g*n.»v. near Twenty-second-st, at $ «o per foot, 16 lots on Prairie and Calnmet-avs, Sixty-first St; abaigaln. 6 lota in Stone's Subdivision, neir the Stock Yards. soaores inlgleharts SnMlviginn, near boulevard. 10 acres tear Brighton; a bargain 24 acres on Lake st, froutlrg the Park. 6 acres In Morton’s Snbdlvidnn. 00 Fonrth-st, 3 acres on Madison st. near the park. 3J acres on Jackson-» t, focnla. 100 acres at Maywood. a bargain, lota cn Monroe st. Madleon st, washington-st, lake st, Adams st, Jackson-si, Van Bursn-st Harri- Foi -st, Hi nrroy-fit Lexington-at, near wicker Park, on Wesieru-av. Maplewood; all Inside the city limits, and ontFldeof firt* limits. Also, bits at Mavwood, Austin. Central Park, on Aim’Tage ro«d. Irving Park, Norwood Ravenswood EugJewond, Washington Heights. Hunter’s Snbdivi. fii«,n. Brighton. Many of the above piece* of proper, ty can b« traded for other property Also, homes on the Scnih aid West Sides that can bo traded f *r nthsr pri pert?- large list rf furma in almost any Slate that can he traded for citv property. A. P DOWNS «fe Q I. 92 S Clinton st. For sale- by j. h keeler, 25shalsted bC comer Harrison; Mlchtgon-av. correrThirty-second-st. 100x165 Micbif’an-Bv, between Flfiy-sixth and Fifty-aev ei th-fits. ficxifiS Michlgan-fiv. between Thirty-fourth and Thirty fifth-fits 50x170. Indiana av, between Thirty first and Thirty second- Stfi. 50x180 Sta'o-st-between Thirty-sixth and Thirty-seventh- Sl*-, 24x120 $BO per foot. Lake-et, between Wood and Lincoln. -50x137, #l6O per foot, B anlson-st. east of Ontre-av 1 lot. onlv $2,000. Adsms-st, enst of Cslilornla. 53x120 $2 000 Polk-st east ot Konthwtstem-av. lots st S9:K) each. For sale—on monthly payments, with stdsll rash payment, a fine new six mom cottar e on South Dearborn-fit., east front, good neighbor hood Feveral nice cheap lots at Rook Island Car Shop*. Fine lots at Englewood, including a corner, very cheap, 3(41 feet on Twenty-eighth st, near Wabash av. $7,000 house and lot on Twenty-fifth-ac, near Wa bash-av, 10 rooms. KESLER BROTHERS. Nevada Block, Franklin at?d Washington. Boom 6. FOR BALK-112 000-CHOIGE BUSINESS PROP erty on Halsted-et, near Academy ot Mnslo: improved and rentlngfor $3 0U0; seonro this. B. G GOt«DWILLIE, 133 west Madlson-st. Fob SALF—we ABB AUTHORIZED TO OP fc-r for a few days, for cash, U9Xi3Bfeet, on the eonthweet corner of Vincennes and Oek-avs, ac 30 }*er cert lees than its value. This onrneris complete y covered with fine trees, and Is admirably ad*pted for either a block or elpglo residence. W. D. KKRFOOT <t <"O., 82 East Washington st OR JSALF— WICHIGAV-AV, NEAR FlFTY eixth-st, 50x170 feet. $6O per foot, one-third cash; Wabase pv, near Twenty fourth st, 98x19! j, $315 per foot, easy terms. South Paik av, near Twontynlnth-st, 78 feet, at $145 per foot, long time. state-st. near 1 hirtteth, 8 lots, 24x115, together or separately. $l5O per font. Several bargains in first olaes and other residences intbeSouth and Wett Divisions GEO. DB LOR NFB<t SON. 674 Wabash av OB SALE —BY H. J. ARNOLD. 134 SOUTH Clark-fit: Honse and lot en Langley-st, near Ellis Park; 9 rooms in house; cheap. S houses a* dlotnon Seymonr-st. B cnee and lot on Wertem-av. Houses and lots on Wulnnt st near Ashland av. House and two lots on Park-av, near Western av. Lots on Western-av. Hubbard, Cosaitt, and Sey monr->t*. on easy terms. Lots on Adams, Jackson, snd Folk sta. 2 lots on Wllcox-av. Lots on Flonmoy stand Snnthwestern-av. Lota on IJII-av. Acre property on North, Sonth, and Weai Side Some splendid bargains. Som<- fire bargains at Cornell, and at Slxty-second st, near Kankakee-av. F~OR SALK—A NICE HOME 604 WKisT IVDl anaet House. 11 rooms; bam, lot and shade frees. Hurry up or lose a bargain. DAVISSON «fc BEDENSOHONG.37 Went Washington at. Fob sale—attention mechanics, la borers and all Reeidence lots cheap. Honpe ami lets; also leasehold property in all parts of the oltv and suburbs Before buy ng ua. DaVISSON «fe HRDKNbCHONG 37 West Washing:on-st. OR WALK—FOUBIH ST LOTS, NEAR WOOD, 51.C00. First-sti lota, near Hoyoe, Easy terms, only $650. Chicago av Bits, near floyne-st. $350. Clark School vicinity and southwest, $506 to $650. Lincoln av. near Lincoln Park, per toot. $3O. Cottage Grove av, near Twenty aeventh at. $lOO. Douglas Place, near Cottage Grove-av. $125. Hout-ea and lots on monthly payments, large sub urban lots and acres, $3OO to $4OO. EDMUND G STILES, Offlee 51,275 E. Madiwon-st. FOR SALE—BY O. O. THAYER A CO., REAL Estate Agents and Auctioneers, No. 336 Wa bssh-av. Wabash av, between Twenty-ninth and Thirtleth st*. east front, one-story frame cottage, lot 48JXI81 feet, cheap Van Buren st, corner ot Phermon-st, opposite de pot of LH. and El.iP. Railroads. 53x125'■ feat A eplenoid comer. In market for a few days. “ tooth Mayst, three story stone and brick house and lot. 24x125 feet to alley. Immediate possesion given Pralrle-av, comer of Fortletb-st. 100x165 feet. Fine pioperty- • I»« ngfai* Place, near Pralrle-av. 80x125 feet. T?OR SALE—CHhAP LOTS! CHEAP LOTa ! X; Larkin & Hall have the finest and choicest lots now In the market, both In and oat of Chicago. Lots—Twelfth and Paollna-sta, Lota—Polk and Robey sts. Lota—warren av and Westem-av. Lots—Milwaukee av. and North-av. Lots—Lake and Desplaines ats. Lots—’ll irty-a* venth and Stato-BtS. I cts—Fifty-third and Wallace ats. Lots-Sampson. Coolldge and Cypress sts. - Lots—in Norwood Park, 50x175. lor $300; third cash, balance tlree years Lots—ln Irvfng Park. 50x150, $550. Lots—ln Hyde Park. LARKIN «fe HALL. 75 Canal, Comer Madlson-st.. Room 4. OR SALE—A TWO-STORY HOUSE. SPORE, and dwelling above, rents for $9O per month, for $2 SCO rash ort'.-'CO cofih, balance In one year. Ad dress P 72, Tribune office. OB SALE—BO ACRES, SECTION 25, 33. 13, cheap 10 acres. Fifty-ninth and Ha’sted sts. A bargain. 40 acre° section 19 35,14. Easy terms. 20 aerfis section 28 38.14, for a few days. 10 acres section 85 38.14. Very cheap. 5(0 feet on Wabaeh-av., noith of Forty-nlnth-st. ICO feet on Indiana-av, north of Forty-fifth-st. WILLIAM HABTY.376 State-st. FOR SALF—NO 20 UNION-AV., 35iX170, $B,OOO. Easy terms or will rent It furnished Also, sev eral other houses flora $2,700 to $3O 000 SHIPMAN & McKEEVER. 16 Boone Block, 133 LaSalle sL FOB SALE—A GREAT BARGAIN—A HOUSE with tease containing 8 rooms, occupied as a sa loon and boarding » onse. Reason for selling—other business to attend to. 2lO Booth ciark-st. OR SALE-HOUSE AND BARN NO. 505 WAR ren av., with 3 years’ lease. Inquire, at 235 Ruck er-at. (VR RALE—SOT7THEAST CORNER OF BURN fiide and Thlrty-eorenth-sts., 100x110. one block from Ststo-Rt. cars ; splendid comer'to improve for bnllders: a bargain Also, 2 lots on Harrlson-st, east ot Hoyne* fit.; also 4 lotsonDeKalb st, between Lexlngtonand Flonmoy. Inquire of F. ARNOLD dt CO.. Greenebanm’s Bank, 16 North Cansl-st . FOB SALE—OR TO RENT FOR LONG TERM AT a very low figure. 26 or 40 by 90 feet on Market-st. next the corner of Randolph. C. MCDONNELL, 12 Masonic Bnlldlng. FOB SALE-MUST BE ROfJJ-10 LOT-4 AT DE pot on Dlver*ey-av, at $2OO, one-half cash, balance longtime; best chance for Investment in market. C. MCDONNELL. 12 Maionio Bnlldlng. OR SALE—LOTS ON STATE-ST. AND VlN cennesroadat $l5 per foot, terms easy; the be-t bargains In Chicago E. EUGENE CALDWELL, Room 3,168 Madieon-Et. OR SALE-ON VAN BUREN-ST.IMMEDIATE- Iy west of Callfftmla av, lot 25x125 feet Also on Rebecca s*. between Ashland-av. and Panllna-st. 24x 125 feet, by W. SKINNER, Nixon’s Building, 169 La- Salle st. FOB SALE—43 LOTS ON FORTY-SEVENTH-ST. and Centre-av, adjoining Dexter Park; these lota are desirable and cheap, a Iso the most desirable lot on North Eearborn-at. sonth of Lincoln Park, hy W. SKINNER, Nixon’s Building. 169 LaSalle-st. OB SALE-ONLY S9OO—NEW COTTAGE, 6 rooms. 5 years, cheap ground lease, on Camp bell-av, half cash. R. G. GOODWILLIB, 183 West Madlson-st. OB Sale—LOT 26X100 ON ELM.BT, AT $2,506 $7OO cash, or a house on leased ground, or a honse and lot In Evanston In exchange, as first payment, balance on long time Address or call at 17XWest Indiana st L. NEWTON, OB SALE 100 FEET ON STATE-ST., NEAR Filtj-slxth-st, and near West and Sonth Park Boulevards; this Is a great bargain for cash, fora few days only Apply to M. L. PEaROE, 456 Wabash av, under Third National Bank. 170R SALE 100 LOTS AT A BARGAIN ON J/ terms to suit, fronting Western-av., Polk st. and Campbell-av; sidewalks and water; parties wishing to build no money required down. Inquire on tho premlsee ot at 135 Clark-st, In hank. OR BALE—BY R. BUCKLEY, 251 WEST TAY lor-fit. 124 feet fronting on Loomls-st, northeast comer of Bastlsgs-st; a first rate comer for a grocery store. mt fIAT/tc 24X175. ON SAMPSON. NEAR Panlina-st 5 price, $650; worth $l,OOO. OR SALE—HOUSE AND LOT ON FORTY second-st,, or will exchange for unimproved prop erly. Apply at second house from comer of Forty* second-fit and Evans av- F new cottage and lot 25x125 to 16 foot alley, on Iblrty-firPt-st- J. 8. GOULD, 354 Wabash av. OB SALE—NEW HOUSE AND TWO LOTS, ON small monthly payments; no money down. Ad dress. E. F. ABBOTT, 37 West Washington, Rooms 10 and 11. OB SALE—4 OR 8 ACRES ON FIFTY-FBST st. between South Park and Orexeel Boulevards. This Is the most desirable property offered by tne acre fronting the South Park. . _ JOBIAH L.LOMBARD.ISI LaSalle-st., Boom 24. OR SALE—LAND BY THE ACRE ADJOINING Douglas Park on Ogden av. Twenty-second-fit., Kedzle-av.. Douglas Park Boulevard and C. L B-& Q> R. R.; station on tho ground; sidewalk built and fitr LOMBARD, 131 LaSalle Bt. Boom 24. OR SALE OR LEASE—FOB TERM OF YEARS, 158 feet south front, on Twenty-second-st., running from Wentworthav.. to Araold-st. JOSIAH L. LOMBARD, 131 LaSalle-st., R00m24. OR SALE—2OO FEET ON MICHIGAN-AV. N B comer Forty-first-st. 300 feet on Indiana av..» S* *. aP t/.firfit.Bt. JOBIAHL LOMBARD. 131 LEg% ile>flt>Room 24 OB SALE—LOTS ON COLUMBIA, MILL AND Jonfß-sts., near Archftr-av., Beubon-st and the rolling mills, cheap, and on easy terms. JOSIAH L. Lombard, 131 LaSalle-st, Room 24, OR SALE—BY H. Q. MOREY, 116 WEST Madlsonst Bargain in Wicker Park lots: 48x 110 feet on si.goo: 3 lots on Robey-st front ing p flT fc. 93x150; corner lot on Hoyne st. $4 000 fj’OK HALE—BY H- C- MOKKY. 116 WEST t Madlson-fit sor 10 acres, corner Western-av. Boulevard and Forty-ninth st. $l,OOO per acre, so acres in sec. 14.88.13, opposite Tremont Gardena 13 acres on Harrison-s* , west of city limits. 5 acres east of Homboldt Boulevard, near Hum -1 Archer Road, near Brighton* $3,000. IMIISO feevcoraer lot, at Irving Pit, two blocks Donglaa near TweUUist; $11.600. «ap baTjE—RV REES, PEIRCE & CO., 336 X 1 e 1-2 n e 15, 38, 13, 80 acres; $3OO per aC xp e x-2 s w 30, *8,15.80 acres; §lOO per acre. Six acres in Lake View, near the Lake Shore Drive; $4,000 per acre. OR SALE—LOTS 22. 23 AND 24, SMITH’S SUB diviMon of part of 27, 39. 14. on South Park av., between Twenty-ninth and Thirt'eth-sts, without tho ■ buildings Apply at Room 69, No. 116 East Washing toll-st, to W. T. BURGESS, - OR BALE—AT A BARGAIN—HOUSE AND lot comer of Harrison and Robey sts.; only 81.500 Parties going back East Near Union Park, and two blocks from Van Bnren-st. cars. Apply on premises of owner. OB SALE-2 LOTS ON THIRTIETH ST.. NEAR Michigan av.; $llO. A great sacrifice. HENRY P. GEORGE. 389 Btato-flt. Fob sale—2oo feet on superior st., comer? of Klngshnry-st. Fine manttfsetnting property. Very cheap. (HENRY P. GEORGE, 889 Stalest. ■ ~ ■ OB SALE-BY JOHN GUFZANHAUSER, 151' Bfindfiplh-st., four 25 foot lots on Taylor, near Haleted st sso per foot Tho cheapest property in the city. Knot be sold this week. • IJtUR SALK —XEAL KSTATE, SPLKNDID LOTS 1 on Michigan and Wabash avenues, near Engle wood. at $l5 per foot. Streets thrown up ffno s a built and trees planted, O- W. PIERCE, Real Estate and ; Note Broxer, Room 7,tWadsworth Block, 181 Madl* son st ■ IJOR SALS—BY BOWEN, KING & CO- OA.P 1 ifalUt** and speculator!*' Attention is called to one block, 1200 feet. Norwood Paik. which wa most sell lor wuat it will bring. Who wants it to make 50 per cent t i onr choice lots at Bavenswood to sacrifice. Six ;oia, Douglas Park bculava-rt. *350 Very easy. terms, monthly payment*, if desired. Biz let», Dltler near idiom great bargain. Eight Jot-. Lexington, n«*r s-uthwestern-av.. $350. t-lx lot*. Houn or near tonlhwe-tern ar . cheap. Eleven lots. Boman nearßenben only $650. Ten lots. Slaty th rd at., ingle* ond f«X). Pour lots, Addison near sheffleld-av. Three lot- Park av. near Wes era. $6O foot- One choice 80 fcot. P»r»-av.iot ea*tot Leavitt. The best bargain in the Union Park region One 100 loot lot, the bes r a». Riverside. *5OO below market price N» building restrictions Many 01 her lots, and houses and lots In all parts of the citf, and in all the desirable snonrbs, cheap. Great bargains in houses cringing large rents B -WRy. KING A G’>.. IS O’lfr-e av FoB StLE— BY WLLI*MB <t TrluilPduN, Leal Estate Agents, 219 w fl‘t Bfadison-st: 6 lots comer Flonrnoyaaa ztojTio ai>, z uaza, outride Are limits: lioooeafh . . . „ Hone© and J«»t, -183 Fulton street, eoruer of St. John’s place; cheap , , , . 167 South Robey near Jackson st; house and lot cheap for cash. __ . . . 2 Jots on Wsba-h-av, 25xiT5 each, between Fifty* tJ.lrd and Flftv fourth at; for one-balf cash -6 lo's, 55xt2S. corner or North-av and Deer Park, near Bnmbo-t Park. 7 lots on Lexington street (outside fire limits),24xl2s, oniy twoeach. , 7 new cottages and lots on Tbirty-senona street be tween Hnbhß and Wallace st lota 24x114 to alley $?.»0 each; $5OO down, balance in monthly payments Yery cheat) 735 v tst Adams st. bouse and lot 25x125 to alley. Bni h house; all modern improvements. Bouse and lot 234 Fnlton-rt* Lot 25x125; *5.500. Several honsts on leased ground for sale cheap. i.’ok bale-six and two thirds acres. • between Plxty second and Sixty-third at*, with a frontaaeon South Park. Calumet. Prairie. and Indi ana avs. Five sote* fronting on Fifty-fifth st, Boule vard, Wabsah-av and Btate-st These tracts will be sold very resseusbly. Good chance for an Invest ment. FAK>. A CLARK. >3O Wabash av. OB SALE —COTTAGE AND LOT FORTY* eevon feet front on Harrison by 62. Will sell for *1 STO; half oath, balance on time. Addres: 7 37, t Ohnoe rffloe. OH 50 FEET ON ~TAYL'JtbSL'., r near Ha’sted, at a bargain. Cheaper than suburban property. JOHN GUNZANHAUSEB, in Randolph Street. F‘UB BALK-IISCOO. $5,000 CASH.2 POUR-STORY brick buildings, with «»xJSB feet, fronting on two •treets. on Fnlon’and Hoisted. T. B. BJYD, 187 West Washlngton aE. OR BALE—COTTAGE HOUSE OP 9 ROOMS, No 373 Butterfield, with five years lease of lot; cheap foresail. Apply on the premises. - ■ TOR SALB—SEVERAL NICE NEW COTTAGES r at low prices and very easy terms. B. KENNE DY 4 CO,. 79 West Madlaon-nt, OB HALE—A Bare BARGAIN—<2 800 CASH will buy a 12 room. 2 story house, rented to rej-potrlb!ewaTtlee.forll,soo. located on Wabash av, south of Fourteenth-et. HENRY J. GOODRICH, 368 Wabash-av. Fob sale— 3 blocks corner ashland av. and Twelftb-st, Boulevard. HENRY J. GOODRICH,B6B Wabash-av. FOR WALK— 8WX162. corner indiana-av. and FHUeth.st. HENRY J. GOODRICH, 368 Wabash av. For sale-60 or 100x200 feet —on union av, near Drexol Boulevard, very cheap, and easy terms. JOS B. CHANDLER- 369 Wabash-av. Fob pale—lots on tatlor-rt near sontbw estern-av. at the low price of $BOO. each on easy terms; in a short time prletH will be advanced. JOta B CHANDLER. 369 Wabash-av. FOBBALE —AT A BAKGAIN —6O FEET ON Lake-av. nsarDonelas Place, extending to Lake shore. JQP. B. CHANDLER. 369 Wabash-av. FOR BALE—AN ALLEY LOT, WITH TWO small bouses Apply on toe premises, 73 Fourth st b.b Davies. SALK —VINCENNES AVENUE NEAR 1 Wabpansth, 2 story and basement brick houte, about 10 rooms, modem Improvements and in good erder. lot 20x10 to alley, bam. Price and terms rea>enable. FaKB 4 CLARK. 330 Wabash av, I TOR SALE—INDIANA-AV, SOUTH OP Twenty-ninth street, * story frame house. 10 rooms modem Improvements and in perfect order. Lot 25x180 to alley, good barn. Will oe sold very cheap if taken at once. FAKE 4 CLARK, 330 Wabash-av. For sale—or exchange for a nice residence on South Side woitli, from *20.000 to $25,000. an elegant new 4 story,*and basement briek and stine building in burned district FAKE 4 CLARK. 330 Wabai-h-av, r.’OK SALK—BARGAINS IN ACRES. FIVE OR r ten acres near Watch Factory, Great Park and lake. 10 acres comer Thlrty-fifth-st and Aehland-av, 84.0C0 md acre s acres with ilver frontage on North Branch *35,000. Grsat bargain. STOBRS.4 Ware, 373 Wabash av. For pale—on small monthly pat meets: the two story house of ten rooms, bathing rrom Ac*. 64 North Peoria st. between Lake and Felton. Inquire of J, M, HIRSH. 88 West Wash ington st, SALE-10 ACRES AT *3B 000, *B.COO CASH, balance easy On Lincoln and Diversey av. T B BOYD, 187 West Washington at. UOB t-ALE—A. NEW 2-STORY FRAME HOUSE, r of 10 rooms, suitable for one or two families; price. *4.000; terms to suit purchaser. 650 Butter fleld-st. ______ JJOR BALE-2 LOTS ON THIRTY-PXFTH-BT.. ' near Rhodes-av.; very desirable. Also 2 lots on Indlana-av.. near Thlrty-slxth-st.. at a bargain. P. A. BROWN. Beal Estate Agent, 373 Wabash av. IjlOK PALE—BEAUTIFUL BUSINESS AND residence lots upon easy terms, in “Picket's new addition to Chicago,” sltna-ed • n Mllwaukee-av , Lincoln. Weed and ariicent streets Also cheap lots for sale in new snbdiviriou. Block 21, Sheffield's Ad dltion. situated on Kistnn road. Wood-st, and Asy lum place D. B. NICHOLS, No. 371 Milwaukee av. l?OB BALE-LARGE 2 STORY FRAME HOUSE P and lot 25x125, on Corne'l-ht, about itOfeetfrom Milwankee-av. Also. 2 hou o es and lots 25x130 on Knmsey-st.,3blocks from Wells tehool; honsasnow and in good order. 6 rooms each; will he sold cheap D R. NICHOLS. 371 Mllwankte-av. IJOR SALE-CHEAP 2STORY DWELLING • and lot on Bucker-at., near Chlcago-av. Call at MCH OLSON'S Cabinet Organ Factory, C 3 East In dianast- lj>OK J-ALK-nO LOTS ON OLAYTuN UR r Twenty-first and Hlnman-sta. Also, i960 lota on Allport-st, next to Cen*re-av„. convenient to ail the niunnfactorlea and planing mills in southwest part of the city. Short and perfect title and abstract, i cash, balance 1,2, and 3 years. AYRES 4 EOFF, 5«1 Wrwbnwb-av ■ 30R SALE- 2t AtBKS NEA K CENTRAL. Pa UK, J* i cash. J H. GILBERT, 122 Wo-*t Washington st 170R SALE—LOTS ON BURNSIDE-BT., NEAR ' Bock Jalacd ear shops. *6OO each. J. H. GIL , BERT, 122 West Washington-at. I?OB SALE—LOTS ON TAYLOR, POLK. OATH . erine, and Sixteenth and other street*, on month ly payments. J. H. GILBERT, 122 West Washing SALE—SOUTH BARK BOULEVARD. 008. . nerOakwood av. Gnat made a boulevard), 152jxi50 feet to an 18 loot alley. This la the onlv lot comer, log on two boulevards. Price for 3 days. *26 000. si 2 000 cash; balai ce 1,2 and 3 years, at B per cent in urrst. Title nr questionable, j.kbaiab warren, 418 Mtohlgan-ay. Fob sale—cob. oakwood boulevard and Vincennes av; US on Vincennes and 2130n Oakwood Boulevard; high and beantlml lot; price only *25,000; *12.000 cash; balance 1,2, and 3 years, at 8 per cent, for 3 days onlv- This property is nearly worth, and soon will bring *l5O or *2>o per foot on Oakwood alone. It is a sure speculation. Title per SUBURBAJV REAL ESTATE. For sale —oakwood boulevard —(too feet wide, to be immediately Improved by the South Park Commissioners, without expense to the property holders). Beautiful lots between Vincennes av anc South Park-boulevard; price, for three days, only $lOO per foot, on easy terms, or $9O per foot cash There Is nothing in market so cheap, or certain to ai. advancelargely. Please look at the property. Toths beyond question—Will sell 100 feet separately if dosirel This property should now, and very soon undoubtedly will, bring from So to 100 per cent, beyond the present low price- It has all advantages combined; of water, gas sewerage, horse cars, steam cars, boulevards, schools, churches, <£o. In its Immediate vicinity. Be-ides, when Improved, as it soon will be. at pubic expense, this boulevard will be the most beautiful east and west street south of city limits. J.ESAIAS WaBREN. 418 Mlohlgan-av. FOR SALE—IOOxI6I FEET LOTS 17 AND 18 (Micblgan-av) bet. Forty-eighth and Forty-ninth sts at only $75 per foot. HENRY J. GOODRICH, 368 Wabaeh-av. FOB BALE-180X182 ON SOUTH PARK, NEAR Fifty-second-st. HENRY J. GOODRICH, 868 Wabash av. Fob sale—looxioo, corner woodlawn and Junctlon-av (near Woodlawn Station. H. J. GOODRICH. 368 Wabash-av. TjiOß BALE-BEAUTTPUL NEW VILLA AT JT:‘ Normal School, Englewood, and SO feet corner lot. near station. $2,800, monthly payments. STORRS <fc WARE. 873 Wabash-ay. TpOR SALE—BY GAUBET & GROSS, ROOM 18. J? Exchange Building—We have a very large list of acre property, in which will be found some .choice bargains. • Fob sale-by gaubet & gross, room ib, Exchange Building—l2s acres at Cornell, near watohfactory, cheap, and on long time. FOR SALE—7i ACRES NEAR DEPOT AND Cornell. HENRY J. GOODRICH, 368 Wabash-ay. Fob sale—so acres at Kensington, at $5OO per acre. HENRY J. GOODRICH, 363 Wa bashar. FOR SALE—2I} ACRES AT WILDWOOD. IM rroved, $475 per aeie. HENRY J. GOODRICH, 3C3 Wahash-av- _ OB SALE—THE CHOICEST LOT FOR SUB urban residence at Woodlawn Station. 100 feet front. 227 feet deep. Inclosed, fruit flowers and shade. Inquire of K. WJLNNE, Woodlawn. OR SALE—4 ACRES ON NORTH LAKE shore. A bargain. BOYD «& WISNER,Sw comer State and Madlson ata ORSALE—CHEAP LOTS ON SOUTH SID on Burnside and Butterfield-sts between Fortieth and Ferty-firnt-ets. Good Improvements, sidewalks, 1 block from street cars. One third cash, balanoe, 1 and 2vears- Inquire this afternoon, comer State a*"', Ttiirty-ninth-BtB, or J. ARNOLD A CO., 18 Oanal-et ■JjJOR SALE—AT HINSDALE. A VERY NICE J- cottage and large lot, at ft great bargain. O. j. STOUOH, SO4 State-at. FOR 8A LB-CHEAP-80 ACRES N J! AR THORN ton, Cook County. Call at NICHOLSON’S CaM net Organ Factory, 63 East Indianast. EOR SALE-ACRE PROPERTY, FROM 1 Ti? 80 acres adjoining the parks. F. A. BRAGG A CO., 46 Fast Harrlson-st FOR SALE THE AUCTION SALE OF choice suburban property, in large-sized lots, covered partly with fine shade trees, and some Im proved with houses. In the immediate vicinity of Woodlawn Station and the Park, delayed on account of abstract, will take place July 17.1672. Take Hyde Park train to seethe property. Particulars at our office. 157 Dearhorn-fit T 8. FITCH A CO. I.U)K MALE- S2WJ EACH. LOTS NEAR COTTON r factory. £oo cash, balance monthly. These lots will be worth double the amount in a year. H. B. KENNY, 529 State-St, FOR SALE—AT HIGHLAND PARK, 2-STOBY brlok, barn, carriage house, large grounds, Ac. On easy terms. S. T. KING, 7 Central Union Block. For sale—house ok camp-meetinq grounds rtDcsplalhesj price, $100; very cheap TRUEBDELL <fe BROWN, 175 West Madison at! "EIOR SALE—IO ACRES ON STONY ISLAND f av., near Cornell Watch Factory. ROYD4WIS NEB, southwest comer State and Madlson-sts. OR SALE—NEW FRAME 7-ROOM GOTHIC house at Maywood Station, corner lot, 132x132 feet; $1 500 cash, 81.5C0 la one year. $1,600 In five yearn; by W. SKINNER, Real Estate Dealer, Nix on Building, 169 LaSalle-et OB SALE—DESIRABLE RESIDENCE AT Lake View, online of Dummy Road ; shrubbery and fruit in abundance. Inquire for particulars at 123 West Washington, in gold pen and Jowo.ry store Of AIKIN, LAMBERT «fe CO. T?OR SALE—SOO ACRES MILK FARM NEAR P Chicago, at statiou; extensive Improvments; I plowed; now meadow. JOHN EARLE, Hobart, ind. • For balk—io acres of land at Rogers Park, at 81.C00 per aore ; terms to suit; also some very nice lots P. L. LUDHY, Real Estate, and* loacAgent. Rogers Park. • -■ ‘ « For sale-by keeleb, platt & judson, 42 West Madison-st 28 acres, adjoining Irving Park and Jefferson, cheap. 30 acres at Riverside, excellent for subdivision. 50 acres near Cornell (a bargain) being near the proposed Fair Grounds. so acres adjoining city limits, on southwest. 20 acres on Flfty-seventh-st, near Halstedst SUBURBAN RTS AX. ESTATE* F^OB^BA££SND^BXOHiSG£-AlptXtt / division of 10 acres, fronting Stjay Istani av., near ComelL . 56 acre* in Selpp’a Snbdivls on on S‘oay laland-av. 85 acres between Englewoo > and Coma 1 20 acres on Flfty-fifUi-st Boolevard, near station* 6or 10 acres Forty-eeventb-sfi. near Boulevard. 112 lots cm Archer-av. n**ar Cotton Factory. 60 lots between Archer av and the otnal. 12 5-acre lots in Iglehart’s Subdivision. 6-acre subdivision, near Brighton, on Boulevard. 48 acres on Junction av. near Sonrh Lynne. 10 acre block (Impr- ved) at Hinsdale. 40 acres at Clarendon Rills, near rsllroad. 155 acres on C., B 4 0 ILR.eaatof DownerisGrovA 2 6 acres Blocks in Jefferson, near station LOCO acres at ralhoad crossing, 29 miles from Chi cago Houses and lots at Hinsdale. Riverside, Kenwood, Hyde Park, Brighton, Have, swood, Jeffers'n, Engle wood, Rock Island B. B. car shops, and near all tin parks. P L: <t g. W. Pe R *Y. 166 LaSalle-st, Bryan Block. FOB SALE—I6O ACRES, SEOr 15, 88. IS, ON Jnnction-av 80 acres, tteo 2.38.13. Archor-av. 240 acres. Pec H fB.l3.Flfly-flUh-6tand Johnaon-av. 20 acres, **eo. 22. 39 13. Bvm»u-av. 40 seres, See 18.39 13 nearuak Park. 40aofCS.Seo 4. 39. 13. Dlvfs'on.Ht. 120 acres, Seo. 10,38,13. Archor av. 13 acres. Pec. 13, 39,13. IJarrv Point road. C‘> feet on Madison st, near Paulina, foxl3o feet, oor DespUfnss and Monroe sta. 152x160 feet. Csnal st near Washington st. 7*xj2o f*-et,Fifth-nv, bet Madison and Monroe. Sfxiso fret, cor alley and Flftb-av, bet Washington and Randolph 44x80 fret next to Times building. Fifth av 2Jix’oo f«-r t, on Mnnron, near Flfth-av 37XlS6f«et, Madison Bishop Court. By KEKR. DAVISON WELCH, Real Estate Deal ers and Brokers. Room 1 Welch’s building, No. 03 and 65 South Canal at. Fob pale-ob exchangb-a new house. with large comer lot, in Maywood; house built ard finished In good atvlo; would take a lot In part psyment- P. A. BROWN, Beal Estate Agent, 373 Wabash av. For sale-valuable residence lots on Sonth Park. Cain mot. and Pralrt«avs near and Nw of Sonth Park. HENRY J. GOODRICH, 388 Wabash-av. For sale or exchange—a fine rfsi. dencoand4oscrea choice property. 4 hoars’rldo from Chicago. HENRY J. GOODRICH 36J Wabash av. Fob sale—miohiqan-av, mi feet cor. net?of Eda-St. F. A* RRLQG <& 00..46 East Har risoo at. For salb-mtchtgan-av.. so fret ad joinlrp Colonel Peirce's residence, north of For tietn-et F. A. BRAGG & CO.. 46 East Harrison-st t"?OR SALE—MICHIGAK AV., 60 FEET EASH 1 front, between Thirty.fourth and Thlrty-flfth-ats. F. A. BRAGG A CO.. 46 East Harrl-oa at. FORBALE— MTCHTOAN AV , A LARGE NUM her of oholoe pieces between Fortieth and Sixty second-sts. F, A* BRAGG «fc CO., 46 East Hair!- son at. FOR SALB—BY W. H. COLEHOUR, 134 EAST Madlson-st, 10 acres Sonth Fifty-ttlrd-flt., on P. &F. W. R B. 10 acres In Lake View, near shore. 5 acres near Irving Parle, besides other valuable property. F~OB SALE-TRYING PARK LOTS-I HAVE 12 50-feet lota in the original Irving Park Subdi vision at *550 each, title perfect. M. N. MORRIS, Room 2 47 West Randolph st Fob bale —7 acres at Splendid piece for immeedlte subdivision. HFNKY P. GEORGE. 389 State st For pale—2oo feet ok south park UonlevArd. pear Douglas Place. A bar gain; on time. HENRY P GEORGE. 389 SUte at Fob bale—lake shore, kenwood—tsox 452. universally conceded to be the choicest villa sito on the shore. Gas. macadamized streets Easy term a : also. 50x190, *9O per foot. BTORB9<& WARE, 378 Wabash av. OR SALE—WE NOW HAVE IN MARKET onrbrantifnl subdivision at Ponth Evanston. We have several good houses with all modem mprova ments. and also lots at snch a figure that a o sure to make money for the purchaser. WARRBN, BRE NT. Y 4 CO.. 381 Wabash-av. |AOK HALE—NORTH ENANBTON—THRtfPJ 17lots, 50x125 each, with unfinished house; best comer Ip the town; only *1.700. If takon at once. R. Q. GOOD WILLIE, 133 West Madlson-st FOR SALE—NORTH EVANSTON—THREE lota for *6OO, on longtime; *lOO down: also 3 lots and unfinished honno, $750 ; only *250 down. R. G. GOOD WILLIE. 133 West Madlson-st. For sale—i am forced to sell five, ten, or twenty acres in Hyde Park, also house and lot comer Wallace and TwenCv-elghth-sta Must sell this week a WHITTIER. 557 SUte-at. Fob sale—?o acres beautiful ground fronting South Park av. and Eighty fifth st; good hlgb and dry ground, fonoed, &o, *1.250 por acre, *7,000 cash, balance on easy terms : this prop erty Is Increasing rapidly in value. HENRY J. GOODRICH, 868 Wabftsh av. For bale-on stony island boulevard 40 acres in Section 36.88, 14, fronting on Eighty seventh-fit; the line of the new dnmmv road: good rise to the property. HENRY J. GOODRICH, 368 y> abash-av. OR SALE—OB BENT—I HAVE FOR SALB or rent. 2 houses of 8 rooms, in North Evanston, and 1 new Gothio house of 7 rooms, in Glencoe. Prices from *2,500 to *3-300. Rent from *2O to *25 per month. Monthly payments will buy a home. Lots will be sold on five years time to those who will build. All who wish to purchase take notoe: I deal tn no property but my own, and therefore cannot be under sold. Office opposite depot, Evanston, and Room 13. 34 t-onth Canal-st, Chicago. O. E. BROWNE. I JOB SALK—OB TO RENT—AT HINSDALE— -1 Houses, lots, and farms, on monthly or other paf menu, inquire at C. B. 4 Q Railroad crossing, 804 state st, of the owner. O. J. bTODOH. TLvqR SALE-ORTO RENT—IS NORTH EVANS* V ton, rno'new hr-uae, six rooms; one bouse with S rocme—both beautifully located. no*r the depot HEKRY M. KIDPRR. 108 West Raodolph-st I3OR SALK-9 ACRES ON LAKE-ST,, OPPOSITE 1 Central Park; 3 acres at Lawndale. E. O. COLE 4 CO. 163 West Washlngton-st., or WRIGHT 4 TYRRELL. FOR SALB—HYDE PARK—CHOICE LOTd ON Comell-st, 100x205, east front, ga* In street, one blrck from lake, depot, and hotoL STORRS 4 WARE, 378 Wabaab-av. OB SALE—IN THE TOWN OF DOWNER’S Grove, on the O. B & Q. B. R. 20 mileafrom Chi cago a fine place of nearly*4 acres with good beat-log fruit trees, good house and barn ; also a good wagon and bljickfmith shop doing a good business; will be sold at a bargain and on longtime. Apply to JOHN WALLIN. Downer’s Grove. Tils. COTJNTKT REAIi ESTATE* Fob sale—the splendid residence and grounds ot Wm M. Tallman, In the city of Janesville. Wls.. containing 12 Lots, fronting on four streets; nearly three acre*; hundreds of choice fruit and shade trees and beautiful lawns. Location the most beautiful in the city, or State of Wisconsin; dwelling of Milwaukee pressed brick—cut scone cor ners; two fronts and elegant portico on each; 61x100 feet; 3 stories and basement: contains 27 rooms and all modern improvements. Beautiful carriage bouse and stable of straw colored brick, with every conve nience. Buildings erected in 1355-6 and *7: cost. $42,000 gold; same grounds and buildings would now cost $70,0T0 in every respect the place Is first-class, and one of the most elegant establishments in the West. Also. 10 brick stores in the centre of busi ness, and 48 acres of choice land, 160 from the dwelling, containing the best building sites In the city. About to go abroad, the owner will sell very low; one-fourth cash and residue on long time. Ap plj to CLARKE, LAYTON * 00. 3TG State St., Chi c»go. where full descriptive pamphlets may be ob tained. or address the owner, WM. M. TALLMAN, Janesville, Wls. For sale—stranger, call on james Lusk at St. Cnarles. Kane County. 111 . 35 miles west of Chicago, and examine and bay his 32 acre resi dence: it is truly the cheapest thing in the market. E. H. CUMMINGS. 100 East Randolph-st, Chicago. For sale—or exchange foroityprop erty, at a bargain, aflrst-eliwn farm of about 270 acres, on Rock River. 2} miles from Dixon, IIL Soil good; land new, and In good condition, well watered, with good hcn*e barn, theds. and 6 acres of timber. Apply to STEDMAN, POPE & CLAPP, 76 East Madison-at. 'OR BALE—OR EXCHANGE FOR CHICAGO property, or merchandise, a good Michigan farm* Address A 77. Tribune office-.. I JOB SALE—NO. 1 WISCONSIN FARM LANDj suitable for two farms. Terms easy. Would ex change for other property. Address Q 23, Tribune office. tOR PALB-ORTRADE—LANDS IN HANCOCK County.lowa; In Poweshiek County, Iowa; in Washington county, Kansas; In Pnlmau County, Ohio; In Wells County. Indiana. In Tekama County, Nebraska. All first class fanning lands, for sale cheap, by W. SKINNER, Real Estate Dealer, Nixon’s Building. 169 LaEalle-at. OR SALE—OR EXCHANGE—2BO ACRES OF land near Faribault, Minn. Will sell the whole, or part atalow price, or exchange for Chicago prop ertyor building material.. E. EUGENE OADWELL, 188 East Madison-st. OR BALE—A SPLENDID FARM OP 800 ACRES under high state of cultivation, with large dwelt lug-boose, barn, orchard, etc. near Kenosha.Wls. For particulars apply to SCHRADER BROS., 106 West Randolph st, Room 22. OR SATE—A WELL IMPROVED STOCK farm of 300 acres In Southern Wisconsin. 120 miles from Chicago, near two railroads, with a herd of thoroughbred short horns, etops. etc., for sale on easy terms, or would he exchanged for Chicago City real ©»tate. Value, 817.000. Address P. J. HYNES, S5O Butterfield at, Chicago. For sale-ob exchange—a small farm of 40 acres, with house, barn, orchard, and 10 acres of good timber. Al«o,’S acres of garden, highly Improved, with good cottage of 6 rooms, SO raQes from Chicago. R. KENNEDY «fe CO-. 79 West Madison-st REAL ESTATE WANTEJS. TXTANTHD—LOT OR HOUSE tween West Madison and Tft.v» or .»ta , for a north Jake shore lot; balance cash Address M 63, Tri bune office. " 7 Jj£aBE - FOB A LONG TERM - f 8 - or x 0 acres north of Egandale and east v^° r . for a'florist’s'and gardener’s establish- Address B 92, Tribune office. BARGAIN IN REAL ESTATE t * for a cash customer. South Side unimproved. preferred. JOBIAH H. BISSELL, 45 Bryan Block. TTSTANTED—REAL ESTATE—SS,OOO TO $2O 000 TO Invest In land south of Thirty-ninth, at Address K 69, Tribune office. TXTANTED—REAL ESTATE. IMPROVED OR v f unimproved, In any part of city. If at a bargain for cash. Also house or cottage to move to corner Mtlwaukee-av. and Dlvlelon-st MUSSKLWHITE, 59 West Lake-st TXT ANTED—TO PURCHASE—ACRE PROPERTY ” os line of new dummy railroad (Klghty.aaventh. St.) between South Chicago and Comorn Station; owners only need apply, GEORGE S. KNOWLES, Chicago Office. AOENX? WANTED. 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It will stitch, hem, fell, tuck, cord, bind, braid, gather, and ruffle.—and sew frtm the finest nainsook to beaver overcoatings and leather For fnrtber particulars address W. A. HENDERSON & CO.. Cleveland. Ohio, or St Louis. Mo. AGENTS WANTED—AMERTOAn errn qbr. man. to sell Harris’ *■ PP ” perfectly pure whis key, In city and country. Call on W. J. WALKER, at Room 61 Exchange Building, comer ot Clark and Washlngtonstg. GENTS WANTED—TWO GOOD CANVASSERS to sell goods by sample; can make $3O per day easy ; the beat thmgln market Call and examine. J. r. TENNEY & CO . 55.Central Union Block- A* OtNIS WANTED—ON SaLaRV OB CO3I. mission, to canvass for The Little Corporal, with the new chromo, Cherrit-s are Ripe, to every sub scriber. Office 165 West Waahington-st Chicago. JOHN E. MILLER, Publlaber. Agents wanted—to canvass for “the Life of Henry Wilson.” by Judge Russell and Bey. Ellas Nason; the only edition published with Hr. Wilson’s approval Now is the time to make money. B. B. RUSSELL, Publisher, Boston, Mass. rBOARDXNO AND LODGING. Weat Side. 6 SOUTH PKORT A-ST., BETWEEN WASHING ton and Randolpb-ats.—Two front rooms with 1 board* 9FOUTH MAY-BT, BETWEEN WASHINGTON and Randolph—Booms, furnished or unfurLlihed. , Single or on anlra. -with board 1 *J O -NORTH SANGAM.jN-HT.—ONE GENTLE AJ njan can have a pleasant front parlo-, with breakfast and late dinner, strictly private family. Term-, *lO per week. IQ AND 20 PRICE PLAOF—COMFORTABLE X C 7 rooms and soring beds and first-class board. P nI DTH ANN ST.—AN EASTERN FAMILY. &" have no other boarders, would like t*» let to gentleman and wife a handsomely famished trout r»>om with large closet. Reference given and re quired* QQ SOUTH JKFPKRSOK.QT— ANICELY-FUR* nlfih*-d front room for two. with or without board. Table board, |I6 per month* Homo mads biead and pastiy. O a ABEBDBEN-ST. PLEASANT PUR ni>h*-d rooms, splendid lopiUlnn, first class. OX BISHOP COURT—TWO PLBtSANT rcoms famished for gent’emau and wife or einclo gentlemen. One Block east of Union Park, with or board. 'OO JON HHuN-bT—A FURNIf'UBiU LOOM Ko.. 010 or two gentlemen, with board; also, a few dii- boardtrrt wanted. aIJ BJ*UTH Hi* L^TKD-ST.—TWO GEN rLK. 4: < iron can find pleasant room and board. Terms mod-rate to day boarders. i f*» (-OH7H OARPRNTER-ST* BETWEEN 4t 4 Waxhlnston and Madlaon—^Front room, with ale-ve. ARo front parlor. Private family. Xi\ SOUTH MAY-HT, BETWEEN MADISON • and Washington—Famished rooms with board gas. bath, hot and cold water. References. gj Q PRIOE-PLACF, BFTWEEN JACKHGN 0) O and Van Bnren-sts.—Boarder* by the day or week. two HONORE.BT -TWO YOUNG MEK CAN i £i «eenre nloe front room in private family. m* SOUTH PAULINA sr, HALF BLOCK PROM i ») Madtsrn af-cars—A pleasant front room, fur rbbed. vlth bnsrd also one single room PVAJWKST MoNK»)K-ST—SHARD AND LoD'l i O lug, *6pur week; good table, and home com forts J7Q ABERDEEN-PT.—DOUBLE FRONT ROOM I U and single room for gentlemen with board. b-J SOUTH MORGAN BT.—A LARGE. WICK- Ol ly fnrn»»-hed ro r m for two gentlemen or gentlo man and wile, vith or without board; marble front Loujo ; has all the modern improvements OA WF ST WASHING lON BT—2 FXNB FOB ts * 7 rlnbf <1 parior* to rent, with board. tin AND 99 SOU'IH Jih.SPLAINhft.MT. DP •7 i stair*—Day hoarders, or rooms, furnished or nnfnmlPhed, In suites nr single at the St. Deals OQ SOFTH SREBN-ST —ONR PLEASANT •7 O room, with board, suitable for three gentle men. IAA soIJTH WOOD-ST—ROOMS KN SUITE XIM F trtth board ; pleasant rooms and I -cation ; new brick bon«e; two blocks from Union Park 110 SOUTH HAI.BTF-D ST—TO BENT FUB XXm nisbed with or without board, large front roon*to sli gle gentleman *| fi>| SOUTH GREKW ST—TO RENT. ONE OB 1 wl two rooms, furnished or unfurnished ; also a few boarders wanted. TOO SOUTH HAL9TED-BT-TO RENT—TWO X large famished front rooms, with board ; also one side room. 14 A SOUTH PEORIA 8T —NEWLT PUB- Hx nlshed rooms; first-class board: gas and bath. *1 eo WEST JACKSON-ST—A FRONT PAR X *jO lor to rent, with board, suitable for four gen tJemen. or man and wife. 1 WIST ADAMS ST.—LARGE PLEASANT XT)?/ room, with bath room off, in private family. References given and required. II7Q WEST ADA MS-BT.—BOARD *8 PER i O week Day board *4. IQI SOUTH JEFFBR-- ON-ST—ONE PTTrI X*7X nlshed room to accomodate two gentlemen or apontleman and lady. ISOUTH SDFSPLAINE-ft-PT.—GARDEN £J\7*Jc City House. First o’acs day boarders want ted Belrg newly fitted up F. HIGGINS. Prop. OAK SOUTH WOOD-ST—BOARD IN A PRl am r tr ratefamUy for gentleman and wlfeortwo gentlemen. QOS NORTH HALSTEDBT—A FEW BOaRD AJ\/eJ ers wanted at *4 50per week. OOA WEST LAKE-ST.—BOARDING AND £uu\J lodging, *5 per week OOi* WEST MONROE ST. PLEASANT front rooms single or ea suite, furnished or unfurnished, to rent wltn board 10 a private famllv. t>Qt> SOUTH SANGAMON-ST.—A NEATLY aOa furnished front room with bed-room and large closet, suitable for gentleman and wife with board. OQIT SOUTH HALSTED-ST. PLEASANT AiO i famished rooms with board at reasonable rates. OOC WEST H4RRISON-BT—BOARD AND room for man end wife or two gents, In pri vate family, at reasouable rates 900 FULTON^ST.—TWO SINGLE ROOMS TO rent, with boarC, la private family. POO WEST JACKSON-ST A LARGE *7 %J h*m fomoly furnished front parlor to gentle man and wife or two gentlemen. QAf> FULTON-ST-VERY PLEASANT, QUIET Oval roomrt, with broakfa&t and supper, for gen tit men. at very reasonable rates t> 1 Q WEFT MaDISON-ST—TO RENT, A OXO suite of anfnrolnhed front rooms, with or without beard, in a private family. QpQ WEST WASHINGTON-ST.—FOUR GEN O—iO tlemen can be accommodated with first clajs table toard. QQQ WEST ADAMS-^T.—TO RENT, A OOtJ large furnished room for gentleman and wife or two gentlemen, in private f.mily, with board. References required. QKQ WEST WASHINGTON-ST.—TO RENT OeXO with board, one large room suitable for two gentlemen. al*o oneelngle room. QP/J WEST BANDOLPH.ST—FRONT ROOM, riOD mcelv furniabed, with first class beard, for gentleman and wife or two single gentlemen ogn j At'K'ub-sT. i.a kgh; koum: OO i for gentleman and wile, also fine airy rooms for single gentlemen. On oor two day-boarders taken Gas, ba'h room, and all .modern improvements Terma very moderate. QPQ WEST BaNDOLPHST—TWO LARGE Oej O rooms, with closets, well fomlahed. suitable for two single gentlemen, or two married gentlemen and their tnvea. QKQ WEST WABHIN TON-ST.—TO RENT, Otst/ with board, three nicely furnished rooms. QITPC WEST WASHINGTON-ST—AN ELS- Oil) gant suite of front rooms, hot and cold wa ter, and all modern improvements. QQft WkbT KaNDOLPH-SI’—TWO YOUNG 000 men and man and wife can find nloely-f or nlfihed and board QQI WEST RANDOLPH-ST.—A PLEASANT Ooi front room for two gentlemen or gentleman and wife, with first class board. 'WEST BANDOLPH-BT NICELY-PUR -o*7 i nlshed parlor and chamber, with board; gas, bath, hot and cold water, with use of piano. i/Jft FULTON-ST.—PLEASANT ROOMS TO 410 <7 rent with or without board. Terms mod crate. WASHINGTON-AV.—BACK PARLOR, O" i unfurnished and single moms, furniabed, wit bboard. Ail very desirable, and at reasonable rates. QfiA WEST WASHINGTON-ST—A HAND OU4t sonaely furnished suite of front rooms suita ble for gentleman and wife, with board. /}-« m WEST MONROE ST.—ONE LARGE Ol I room, or suite of rooms, to let to first-class boarders; airy, cool, briek bouse; private family; references required. COQWE6T ADAMS-ST—NEAR UNION PARK OaiO two large unfurnished rooms, with board; honsenew, modern, and surrounded by fine ground*. This is the finest location on the West Side. P. S. We set a number one table. /}QQ WEST WASHINGTON-ST—TO RENT, Out)with first-class board, beautiful front alcove room,famished, brick bouse, modem improvements; private family. BQQ WEST LAKE-ST, UP STAIRS—TWO 4 t/O boarders wanted in a private family. Gen tleman and wife preferred. Inquire Monday morn- Ing. . ' QDA WEST MADISON-ST.—GENTLEMEN *7 O \jff can obtain good board, with well-fomiabed. sleepingapaitmenta, ai *5 per week. OUTHEAST CORNER Centre AND BTB - room, bedroom, and closet fur nlshed or unfurnished, with board, to gentleman and ‘ wife or two single gentlemen, in one of the moat fileaaant locations on the North Side, two block's nun street cars TWO GENTLEMEN BOARDERS WANTED IN a private famllv, on West Bide. A pleasant borne and a reasonable prlee. Address X 92, Tribune office. TT7BBT SIDE, NEAR PARK-I HAVE A NO. 1 Vv bouse and grounds, and would take a famfly a to 4 persons to board for company. Boom a unfur nished. Everything strictly flSsl-olaa*. Address F 12, Tribune, forts rates. erate. South gido, 2, B .' T ®?^ Ii ?- CO P RT --ACCOMI£ODATIONS fob a few table boarder^,. terms, $5 per week. 1 fk ELDRIDQF.QOTJRT—HANDSOMELY FUR. j Vi. nlflll€ . - unfurnished rooms, with board, for families oir.u)gle gentlemen. "I A BJ’iTEFNTH.BT.—A BOOM. WITS BOARD, -L\/ tor single gentleman. Hot and cold water in rooTij. *1 a EAST SIXTEENTH-BT.—FOUR GENTLE- Xa/mencauflnd firatclasa board and finely fur nished rooms. *1 6* ELDBIDGE COURT-NICE FURNISHED -LM rooms, with board; also accommodation for day boarders. *| S* EAST SIXTEENTH-ST FURNISHED JLU front parlor: one front room, second floor, with alcove, hot and cold water, famished or unfurnished. GO TWENTY SIXTH-8T ONE LARGE FRONT mimi furnished room to rent, with board, in a prl vale family. Terms reasonable. 1 1 Q COTTAGE GROVE-AV. JUNCTION CAL. JLIO um*t av—To rent, with board, a large front room, suitable for gentleman and wife or tingle gen tlemen. Also, pleasant bed-room for one. *| OQ COTTAGE GROVE-AV, JUNCTION OP X.£iU Calumet—A front room, handsomely fur nished, with board. House and surroundings first class. Ipe ELLIS AV.—FURNISHED ROOMS AND JLuD good board for gent and wife. Large, shady grounds. Good location. *1 rr thibtieth-st, between Indiana XO i and Fralrle-avs—To rent. w<th board, two front chambers, furnished or unfurnished; private family: terms reasonable. OQi MIOHIGaN-AV.—ONE OR TWO PLBAS -4: ant famished rooms to rent, with board, at moderate rates. References given and required. OOK MICHIGAN AV— I TORRENT. TWO b'ROJST rooms, with board. Also, one large room, suitable for four gentlemen. Day boarders accom modated. OQ K MIOHIGAN-A V.—A LARGE WELL FUR nlebed room, with board, amiable for two, on '"moderate terms. Also a bam to let. O A A MIOBIGAN-AV —TWO FRONT ROOMS O<X<L with board for gentleman and wife or single gentlemen. Terms reasonable. 0/?Q CALUMET-AV.—A LADY DESIRES TO OOu meet parties who will furnish their own room? 111 m deg* 11 * bouse, as an equivalent lor board. ~TkQ SOTJTiT PaEK-AV. tt;£}o terms and good accommodations for boarders. a AQ BURNSIDE (NOW DEARBORN) NEAR Tweuty.nlntb, one block west ef State-st, pkapant rooms, single or double, with first-class board at low rates Every convenience of hotel, with freedom ot tome combined. K1 A WABABH-AV.—A SUITE OF DESIBA OXv bleand handsomely’famished rooms, with board; also single rooms. Apply at 60s Wabash av. /} WABASH-AV—A FEW GENTLEMEN OXO can be accommodated with pleasant rooms and board. prjrrw WABASH-AV—A SPLENDID FRONT OO" alcove room; also front parlor for two gen tlemen, bath, gas. &q. Day boarders wanted. fiTtzTi BURNBIDE-BT—GOOD ACCOMMODA OOOtIonsfor two gentlemen. K*7A MICHIGAN-AV —BOARD AND NICE 0 4 0 rooms for gentleman and wife or two single gentUmen. South SldA—CcmtiimetL K*7K BTATE-ST,—FULL AND PLr-NTY—JTT3T 0 f £/ .opening, oae’y thing now, tip top fare, roo an lightaid dry; o*»mfortaof homo gna*aateed; raws Booms 10 r*"t. «tth tmrd, single or ea suite. Call to-day. M. J£. PQTTKH. HjQ 4 WABAPH-AV- FCKNIBHBD BOOHS, o*4: with board for gentleman and lady, or two gentlemen Also, room for one single gentleman. WABASH AV—TWO NICELY FURN. Ovt) ished room* on second floor, one alcove. Boaid first-class. References exchanged. nnn MIPHIGAN-AV DESIRABLE BOOHS 1 A<Q with board. rw/j-| WABARH-AV.—TO SRSNTr ELEGANT • OX fnrnlHbed room, with first-class board to a private family. michigan-av, near twenty-seu I/O end s .—rooms to rent, with board. Also day board. frOQ imOHIOAN-AV-S QPNTLBMEN CA^ • OO be accommodated with pleasant room and board. CAA WABABH-AY-FRONT PARLOR. FTTH OU»/ nished, suitable for pkyaloUa or Also, fp-ni and single rooms, with tlrat-01-»ss board. QQI PTATE-ST—romfortabla room with good 00 A board ; home comfort*; term-* re souaa'e. QQA INDIANA-AV, NE\R EIGH rBENTH- C'Ov st—A fine back psrinpsnUe. and large pleas ant from room nn sterna fl>ar to cent, wl*h board, to permanent parties Lace dinners. QQ/f INDIANA-AV-A tov young mkv OOrt canbe acounmodated with pleasant roima with board on reasonable terms. Location very con venient QA/» MICHIGAN-AV.—FURNISHED ROOMS •7 \l O t»* root with board, sit gle or cn salte; north, of Twenty fifth-at. rvjwrw INPIaNA-AV.. CORNER op TWENTY *) I i flrstst. furnished or unfurnished rooms to rant, with- board; house, location, and table flru claaa. -| £>AA PRAIRIE-AV.—ROOMS TO RENT iiJwU with board. References exchanged IAOIT MICHIGAN-AV LARGE FRONT 1"mI I room, nicely furnlahod, with fl-stclass board, for gentleman and wife. References ex oh an gert. -| -| -J -1 PRAIRIE AY. NEAR TWENTY 111L fonrth-st —Large furnished front room and clofet with board; aL>o single room; pi leas very low for the snmmer. 1 1 Ol FTATE-ST. (SOUTH SIDE HOUSE)— X L4JL Good rooms, with tiptop board, at |i per week. ___ lino MICHIGAN-AV A LARGE FRONT room to rent with board to two gentlemen. Refer ences required. IIOA INDTaNA-AV. —TO RENT, WITS ilulr board a handsomely famished room for gentleman and wife ; also asmal er room for one or two gentlemen. 11GR MICHIGAN AY, A SUITE OP PLEAS il"») ant front rooms to rent, with board; all modern improvements. I 1 OQ INDTANA-AV —TO RENT. WITH II faO board two large, nlcoly famished rooms Accommodations flrat-class. *1 OKI I INPIANA-AV-FOUR YOUNG MEN. Xaj*J 12 or two gentlemen and their wlv.a, can find pleasant rooms and good boa*d- VENUE HOUSE. CORNER OF TWENTY second st and Wabasb-av —Suites of family rooms, single rooms, and first claesday board. LARGE FURNISHED ROOM WITH BO VRD for two or four gent'emon : pleasant; location on Sooth side. Address P 25. Triboneoffise. ANTED —ANY NUMBER OF PfRSTCUSS mechanics a»*d buxines* men wanting an K No. I boardlptr-nlaoo to call todav at the “ Full and Plentv,” &75 State-st. and onnvjmv themselves None b«-tc rln Chicago. M. M. POTTER. North Side. HOW.PT, THREE BLOCKS WEST OP 4 • lineoln Park—Boarding for two or tires gen tlemen, op gentleman and wife, in a pleasant hou.*« and neighborhood, Accommodation to different horse ears. Country. A SMALL FAMILY. REBIDTNQ IN A BUBUR ban town, would take a few boarders- at very low ? rices for tbe snmmer months. Address BOARD- N G. T ombard. Dnr ago Cnnnty. Til BOARD— IN A GERMAN FAMILY WHERE little or bo English is rpoken. by two American gectUmpn. Call on or address G O BANDALL. Boom 8. Maaonlo Building, corner Halsted and Baa dr<lnii-M*. B'iABD— ON WEST BIDE, ttuUlH OF MaDI pon. eostof Aberdeen-ste . by a party of six. married nno tbrir wives and two single g»ntlrmen. Terms mnet be moderate, wonin pro fer whrre there are so other boaters. Address, with foil particulars 866 Tribune pfflo-*. OA T\V O FUKNIBbUsiu BED rooms, for gentleman, wife, and mother, and child oltwo; bouse with yard and shad* preferred; private famllr; fewer no other boarders, prices must be trod®rate; references exchanged. T 38, Branch Tribune office- Oißr-A YOUNG LADY WISHES BOARD In exchangefor mn«Jc lessons ; will fnrnlah good piano. Address K 60. *1 rlbnne Branch office. OaBD-giT THE SOUTH SIDE, BY A SINGLE gentleman; terms, *lO. Addiess MOBGaN, care Carrier No. 4. Chicago OARD—JULY 25, AN UNFURNISHED ROOM, with hoard for gentleman and wife; mnat be west of Halsted st. Private family preferred. Ad dress > f6, Tnbnne office. OARD—FOR GKNT AND WIPE IN A PRl vate family, within cirht blocks of Folk at. bridge. Rates must be moderate. C 27, Tribune office. OARD—AND BOOH IN A LO cality desired by a lady away during the day. f-onth bide preferred. Refereacea exchanged. Ad« dress P 94.1 rlbnne office. OARD THREE GENTLEMEN HAVING some knowledge of German, centre board in a very respectable family where that language la spo ken. Address W 20. 'lnbnne office. OARD TWO oil THREE GBNTLBVjIsN would like board and single rooms in a private family, near Union Park. Address R 76, Tribune office OARD—BY TWO YOUNG MEN. A ROOM fnrnishtd or unfnrnlshtd In privatezamlk y, b<>ard with family preferred- f niton st. or vlciai* gy, west Side. Terms reasonable, pay In advance. Address K£9. Trlb ne office. BOaRi —A G ".NT* EMAN AND vvJ.FR DESIRE to obtain board In a private family. Address L 98. Tribune office. OARD—BY A' YOUNG MAN. FF RST-CLASS daybnaid within IS minuteV walk ofthecorner of Robey-t-t and Warren av. None bn* t parties who can fnrnh-b strioriv first class acoonur inflationsneed apply. Address V, 44,. Tr.bano office. OARD—BOARD AND FURN7 A SHED ROOM for self and wife. To be pern v ment, must have good board and nicely furnished, vroom. Address T, 56, Tribune office. TJOaRD—PERMANENTLY, P* OR A QENTLE- Pman. wife, and daughter 10-years old, in a pleas ant location, east of State st, > ,»twe*n Fourteenth and Eighteenth-Ms Private far ally preferred. Ad dress JH, C..8 &Q R.B Fxv'jght office, corner of fclxteenthand Canal sta. Board —and handsc #mely furnished alcove room in a strie J y private family, with sll modem Improvements. by a young gentleman and wit**- who are willing to pav for everything first class; location south of Six teentb st,in some of the avenue*. addr»ss R to. Tr ihune branch office. Board— a gen iLkj ian and wife can find pleasant room r iT)( j board in private family, on Wabash-av, near Tr ronty-seoond-st. Address P 27, Trlbunebranoh offir Board-by a lady music-teacher, wheremuatolSf.fponscan be tm*ht aacompen sation lor board. Address P2l Tribuna branch of fice Board-fob .'aty wife and baby, in pleasant locs uty, south of Twenty-second-st or west of A ehlamJ .ay. Address, stating terms, G 33, Tribune office. TDOARp—B7/ TWO SINGLE GENTLEMEN. JL» will room together or separately. Address X YZ. care Car r ier No 6. Board— 7 two young gentlemen in a pnvr to family, on the West Side : nnexceptlon able references given. AddresaN 66, Tribune office. BOAR T j>_BY a young gentleman, a P;er .eant single room and beard in a private fata *'jst Division. References given and required. Addy .ps CASHIER. o»r« Carrier No 2. MISCELLANEOUS. A private library fob sale at half price, containing Irving’s works and Cooper’s works complete, and Cornell’s Illustrated History of England, etcat BALDWIN’S cheap book store, 48 East Harrison sL . A NOTARY’S COMMISSION CAN BE HAD BY calling on J. A.ANDER9QN, 85 Eastlndiana-at. Bunions and corns removediwithout pain by DR. RLAKESLEE, at 330 west Wash- - ington-at- CHA2CE EXTBaOBDiNaBY—*3O.OOO TO *40.000 in it within 6 mentks—*lo 060 to handle *80.060. Only those having the cash need call on M. A. LAW RENCE & CO., 65 West Madlaon-st. WILL DELIVER TO ANY PART OP THE City- for the next 10 dava. Wilmington coal at *4.50 per ton, and slabs at *5,50 per cord. Address L, 69. Tribune office,* WANT EVERYBODY TO KNOW THAT DR. John Phillips has a very large assortment of Bra zilian pebble epeotables for sal* which he suits by in. • epection of the eye. Don’t forget the place, 120 Fourth av, Optician and Oculist, a few doors from Harrison-s t. OLD BOOKS— CASH PAID FOR OLD BOOKS, libraries, magazines, and mnele. Call or address CHAPIN’S Cheap Book Store, SO Fast Harri.mn-a*. PLEAfrE NOTH—THAT THE BALLING YAUH. V ‘’Dolly Varden.’’ with accommodation for 12to 14 persona, can he had at all times for plcuice or ex cursions rn the lake. Apply toH.LBFEDVRB, 400$ or 699 State st. T> BEUMATISM—CTSTOMKRS CAN NOW BE SX eupp’led with Fuller's Vegetable Rheumatic Pills at Van Schaack. Ptevonson A Beld’e, 94 Lak M -st. OLD I BBS’ HUMES PE ADS SEL >• C I'E D BY AN army officer and experienced public land survey or Apply to COLONEL BOYDEN, 151 Sangamon st, late Pension Agent. HEART OF DRESSING HAIR AND MANU* factoring ornamental hair work tancht bv PRO FFFSOB A. ZOBRA. late from Paris, at'BB2 State at. comer Eighteenth; also treatment of all diseases of the hair aed ecalp. Conenltatloa free, HE HIGHEST CASH PBICF.B PAID FOR old hooks and libraries, at BALDWIN'S cheap antiquarian book store, No 4*East Harrison-st. ANTED—TO BUY—A GOOD-SIZED COTTAGE or a email two-story frame house, to bemovedto lot on Lake-st.. near Elfzabeth-st Annvl to GOLDEN A BRASHER, Real Estate and House-Renting Agents, No. 191 West Madlaon-st. B 'ITT’ANTED—TWO OB THREE CHILDREN TO J, board where they will have the constant super vision of acomperent nurse, and the comforts of a home. Address c SO, Tribune office. TKTANTED—TO PURCHASE— BOUSEAND LOT on the West Side if posalb’e. with an established business therein, .grocery or flour and feed; price, *4 000 to *5 COO Call or address NOBKIN *fc PIS CHER, Be«l Estate Agents. l!8J west Randolph at ANTED—2O "TEAMS TO HAUL BRICK. P. W. BUCKINGHAM, 693 Wabash TTTANTED—TO BUY OUT WHOLE OR HALF *r.of arire legitimate business, with about |2 soo wrrth of new household furniture. Address P 23, Tribune office. SEWING MACHINES. ■pCB SALE-A WHEELS!! * WILSON SEW JT* ins machine Frloo Call at 1333 Indian a-av. HOWS OR DAVIh» SB WING MACHINE FOR sal#*, cheap far cash, or ■will trade for gold wawn. 85 West Van Suren at. - SECOND-HAND SEWING 4 bought, reralred. sold, and rented. Oj dors re ceived at RICHARDSON'S Real Batata omoo, 137 Thlrq-aT< x SINGER OFFICES OF J- »N* 'KJESSS2!.? Ponth Desplalnes-at. and if? Machines s-ld or rented on manta, and work given la parent itdeatroa. WHEELER & WILSON SKWING MACHINES The new improTed. sold or rented, on e«y monthhlypayments. Work if desired. HAM & FLANNERY- Mala office City Agents, 333 West Madlson-et; hranoh. 960 Wahaah ay. and work given* BVSIHMS CHA3TCES. A SPLENDID GROCERY STORE ON ONE OP 9L the best corners tenth of Twenty second et,, having trade from s««eral avenues, and doing a fi>t class business; a rare obanoa for a good, pa*h li-f man. with a little aronev. Rest of reasons glvta fcrvtlilng. A dares* FS. Tribone Branch office. ALAUNi KY DOING AbPLENDID BUSINESS m one of the bret locations in the city for sale at a great bargain. T. O- LAMBA CO ,137 WeatWaah- InglQD-BT. AVFIX-FTRNIsHEu HODWE OF 2 ROOMS fr faflle. fil : *d with boarders; rentrea*enable;l7f West MoprP6- B t. PIRST-CLASa CBu*:r HY, Dui*u A FINE CAsbtraoe. choicely located, with large stock, fine fixtures,horse and wagon, f-r sal*; reasonable purtunume Apply MR SIMMONS, 231 South Hal atec.st REAL THING. AND NO HUMBUG. Any p»r>ou wishing to engage in a mana aotar ing bn l» e«s that is now paving a good na» been a long lira** e-t«vii»b-*d, and Is a *ure thing. Not much caplisl rr-q -irM for carrying on tnobasl nesa Sstisiar.rorr reason* given for aelUog’ont. Cara hear of this chance by applying at No. 4T West Bui do)ph-st, Rot m L . A MACHINE BHOP AND FOUNDRY for sale, with engine, boiler and shagtlng. la qulr- on prerol>caof stHITTERLIN, CLaSSSN dt Ct .24 and 2S North Jefferson st FIRST-CLASH LAUNDRY DOING A LA-RGB bn.-InesK f..r on would acct pt a good partner, 12t> We»-t Madlaon-sP. . A SMALL LOT (FIRST OLA-S ASSORTMENT) of ♦xcellent cnmurlaing m'llinery, notlou% ard trimmings, will b- snlt vkrtlow;*lw a good plain Tribune office, a b*ra.ln w-Übe alven. A CIGAR STORF. FOR SALE WITH FOUR TtKzns. I- one of the best location* on the Nortß Side. Rent cheap, aud no bonus asked Re*sou for s-Illng- otht-r basineas on hand. Inquire in cigar ' store 250 North av NICE FANCY GOODS RTOR*, ON ONE OP the beat streets of the West side with a amfttL- . nloly assorted of g -ods, will be sold ohesp» Address H 98. Tribune office. ' FJRST-CLASS RFSTaURANT," ItT’ONE OP the flre*t location* In th« city, for sale at abar yttin. Inqnlm at Oommeroiftl Dining Rooms, 43 Weak -■ Washington at, between 10 and 2 o’clock. • . . A CONFECTIONERY AND IC 4 *- CREAM PAR lor for sale: newly fitted, with an established' • trade. Profits good. Inquire at 79t We*C Madison st»- j LCOHOL STII-L FOR SALE—WE OFFER FOR ) sale our Copper Alcohol still f 300 gallons per , day capacity. It has all the Apparatus complete wr- - manufacturing the best of alcohol and has beau u*ed ' bnt little, will send photograph of it to all interest-' ed. Terms low Address J. G. TRUE dk 00., Fort* ’ land. Maine . GOOD BARGAIN—V BOARDING HOU3B t with 11 bed*, with saloon attached, and all fix- fc turss and all stock, with lea*e at low rent; ROodtea> ; a< na for selling Inquire at 17b South Desplalaea. . A SPLENDID I’HaNOK FOR A MAN WHO’ 1 understands th« larch business. For s le. tne : “ Critcbton," 21 Congress »t. In close proximity to the- j : Tremont Honse; ev«rything in complete rnanlng or. der. Apply on premises, between » and 13 o’clock. 1 : Monday CHOICELY LOCATED GROCERY DOING A. floecash trade; good reason for selling; stock and fixtures about si,Bfr>; worth Laves ligation. Ad- - drexs Q 82, Tribune office. on ton laundry 12* south o 4 for sale. Seatons for seling, parties leaving the city. Barber shop, cig \b acid news stand at Uhlleh House office for sale; t heap rant; a bargain ; co ner btate end Tweoty-eeoond-stA ABGAIN-I HAVE FOR SALE A GOOD SA loon, suitable for s Uoon and restaurant, now do ing a good business: reason* for Belling—the party wishes to leave the oi*y; will well for part cash, bat ance In real eatate * lease running 4 years; cheap rent. Address H 82, Tribnue office.! : . '• CIOAB. fruit, and confectionery • stand, on one of the beat business street* in the city, for Bale, wlrh good stock on hand and rent paid for two months ; price, |ISO. Apply South Hal sted-et. Drug store fob sale at a sacrifice. one of the beat locations In the city. Trade es tablished. Pars well, but mast be sold for cash. Apply to WAITE «fe WELLS. 45 Hubbard-coqrt. IBST-CLAPS LAUNDRY, WITH DELIVERY wagon and horse, for sale; capacity for -20 to 3S girls; good location, and beet arranged laundry in tho city. W. K. WELLS, 170 East Adams-st. OB SALE.—ONF-HALF INTEREST IN A well established printing office. Address, Tribnn'e Office. son Sale—hUHuOL BOOK AND cunfeoT tionery store, nrat-olaas trade, with or without - lease, low rent, will be Bf;d at a bargain lor a few oays. US Bine Islaort-av. Furniture and lease op k hoarding bouse In a good location can be bought cheap for cash ; there are 50 good paying bearder*: furniture al) new and In good order. Apply 46 North Qreen at, TRBT-OLAPB GROCERY FOB SALE BY M. H. MOBHS.Bn"m 2 47 West Randolph st Cnoloe location, doing i 30.0*0 ad cash, stock |T(xy\Wo3t Madison st Also good fionriav mill to exchange for farm, or stock of merchandise, $l6 (E0- Alao 35-horao pow»*r engine. 2850. good. alho two drag scores. Also wanted In exchange for f rnit f-um or inside city property, a large stock of hardware. Furniture and lease op a small ho tel or restaurant for sale; all new and In rate runrine order; big chance for a man with nm *!! nusna. Inquire at comer Einzle and West Water* sta opro«i»o Milwaukee rtecoft. IN A UUOD LOCATION ON THE WEST SIDE, a Final! stock of groceries and liqnors for sale at low price, with lease for three to five years; low rent; most be sold xoon. as owner has other bosinesA to attend. Address O as. Tribune office. INTEREST IN AMANUFACTURING BUSINESS, for sale. AsprolaUty. 52,000 cash, balance time orreitl et-ta'e. 878 Tribune office. LEASF. PTOPX.AND FIXTURES 7)F A ORO ceiydoing&goodbaaineaafMrsale. Apply atSBS South Jefferson-st T a UN DRY AND FIXTURES SllJ WEST MAD- Xjleonst lor sale, doing g.odbusiotsA TirEAT market IN GOOD location for IT| pplernH*»p. Call-»t 5*6 Mltchell-at. NI-WS AM* CIUaK RTUKK IN SPLENDID location for sale ; about $:00oa«n m bonth Hals!ed-at. ALOON AND BOARDING HOUSE WITH lease and license and furniiore fixtures.. No. Fifth-av. TOOK CONSISTING OF FRUIT. GONFBO-* tiormrr, and sod* stand and fixtures, eto»foraale. Bent cheap. 299J Madison-st. O. F LaDD. ALE OB PARTNERSHIP MERCHANT tall? ring bulness, old established, with large con* section, and in oie of tbe b**st positions in the city. Bare opening for *n energetic man wl'h small ospitu to pnrehase. or a first class entter with $2.000t0 $4,000 capital and competent to take entire charge of the business wonlf- be accepted as a partner, present pro prietor's time being occupied in another business. Add-ess B 49. Tribune office. STOCK, FIXTURES. AND TWO YEARS’ LEASE of a first-class meat market for sale. Location one of tho beat in the city Sa’lslsctory reasons for selling. For further particulars call at 530 West Hrle-st. M AT.T. T.ATTTTD'RY, POTTTH BIDE. GOOD LO catlou and business, for sale ; term* easy; good renson for selling. Address H 75, Tribune Branch office. Tbe lease of a s story brick house for sale; h«a modern Improvements, 13rooms, bath rr-om. with hot and cold water; onlv firat-olaaa boarders Bent; clears $250 per month; sickness the sole cause of selling. Addrea* B 43, Tribune office. O LIME MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS. We offer for sale orr lime kilns, located on North Pier. Onr trade now averages 350 barrels per day. Satisfactory r**asot s for seiln.g. W. P. HARRIS «ft CO.. 2?1 K*st Washlngtnn.st. WILL BUY A BaLF INTEREST IN t#34r\M-f a genteel business that will that amount per month 116 Eai-t Washlngton st, Room 33. AA WILL BUY the FURNITURE OPIO tpX"* "partly furrlshed front rooms, in a good loca tion. paying a surplus of fiooper mocth. Address, lor one wt ek, L 28. Tribune Branch office. ■ » WILL BUY A NICE LITTLE BU9L Ouv Vnees; tleotyroom fora small family,and T C LaMB&O". 127 West Washington FINANCIAL. A RETIRED PARTY WILL MAKE LOAN’S on lino Jewelry, watches, and diamonds. <feo, at ball usual rates for a abort or long time; entirely confidential Address P O Box 151, OANS ON CITY BEAL ESTATE AND FARMS at low rates; sums of sl,oooup. ABBOTT & OLIVER. Boom 3,153 Monros-at. Loans from tioo cn furniture, dia monds, watches, at low interest. 57 Weat Madi eon-et, np stairs. LOANSJON BEAL OR OTHER SECURITIES in any amount oranvtimo ; good paper bongbt LEVI WING <fe CO., 336 Wabaah-ay. OKET TO LOIN ON CITY BEAL tseoo to $50,000 at 9 per cent, smaller sums to salt, and bouses on leased ground. Beal estate paper bought B GROSSMAN, Room 11.151 Monroa-at.- TITONEY TO LOAN ON ILLINOIS REAL I*l tateinsums of $t 000 and upwards. WM. EL IOT PUBNEBB, Boom 18,183 Monroe-st ONEY TO LOAN, LONG OR SHORT TIMeI on good collaterals or real estate security. M. S. WKLig. 170 East Adams-st. __ ONEY TO LOaN ON CITY REAL EBTA® By O. S. HUBBARD, Jr., 70 South Caaal-et. ONEY TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FUBN£ tnre, pianos, bouses aud other chattels. 25. SOGERS, Boom 43, Central Union Block. . _ TO LOAN-MONEY ON REAL ESTATE BECUR -1»!ps, lon* or short lime; can slosa without do lay. JDEIaH H. BIPBELL, 45 Bryan Block. TO LOAN—ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, houses on leased lots, pianos, and other collater als. C. W. PERKINH. 137 West Monroe at ANTED—I2,OOO ON BEAL ESTATE SEC URL tv f »r9odavt>; also several loans on Imoroved f.rms. A. G. SANFORD «fe CO., 41 Hubhard-court ANTED-TO BORRJW $5 000 FOR SIX months on good collaterals. Will pay Jl cent per month. Address MORTGAGE, Branch Tribune office.! WANTED —SI,500 FOE A TERM OP 3 081 years, at fair rates ; good real estate security; no commission*. Address NH, IS3 Sopbla-st. uOA AftA TO LOAN ON FIRST-CLASS ©Of "#U”U city real estate at 9 per cent, by Vjf. FT JOT g URNES3. Room lE. I*3 Honrog-a^^ PERSONA!-. CIOBRFSPONDENCB WANTED —A YOUNG /gentleman desires the correspondence of anamher ofyouns ladle* between 16 and 2i Object-Fnn.mn* tnal improve msnt, matrimony, etc. Address Boris I, Mineral Point, Wla. ERSONAL—IF ELLEN HANLON WILL AP ply at 14 North Green-st, between the hours of 10 and 12 o’clock she will hear something to her advan tage. TEWS. PERSONAL— DOLLAR STORE 7:30 WEDNR3- day. Your note came too lato. Please write again. Give some address, g. M, Ac. PERSONAL— SAMUEL A. FARGCh PLEASE call on E.E. ROBINSON, 13G West Mouroeat., of Beardstown, IU. ERSONAL—“MINNIE C.” FORMERLY OP 234 west Banflolph-at, please send your address to “ Jo»le ** aiWOWSL-illW KATJS «HUTE, PLEASE inform F. w. where ar. interview can be had, by addressing B 31, Tribune office. . • EB6ONAL FRANK: WILL YOU GIVE your address to the old acquaintance that you recognized at the Globe Friday evening? Drop a line to E 69, Tribune office. 1 have something to tell you. - ERSONAL—HYDE PARK: WILL TRUES* day, July 11, 9 a. m. sharp, at B H. suit f FRANK. ’ EBSONAL— MIHS ESTfcLZiS GRAY; PLEASE eord your address to Wl5, Tribune office, and hear from an acquaintance. WANTED—OP THEADDRE93 of who Is supposed to lire near Chica go. and who formerly owned, land In Midland Co, Sflrb. K.H. HOYT East Saginaw. Mloh. MACHINERY. A^'afiS^ENGiNEiT^Pcw power; thxeablng, 8 and 10-horse; circular saw mills. Foramen’s grinding mill*, oorn-aheUers, bait ing. <fio COLLINS EATON, 70 South Canal st. OR SALE-A FIRST-CLASS BRICK MACHINE along with engine In firat-ota.s running order. For terms apply of A. W.>*TEFF£R.P. O. Box 2U, Morris. IIL For sale—five hundred feet casing for artesian well. 6i diameter. Apply to C. I*. RICE 4 CO., corner Canal and Harrlsou-ats. ACHINEBT-ECONOMICAL STEAM EN glnea 'and boilers. Rider governor out-off on glnea, Dubois patent air-front boilers, caloric en gines. hoisting machinery for minee. G. S. DUBOIS, agent, $4 Markot-st.. Central Block.