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j SANITARY HATTERS.
■ ef she Beard ef Health—The Og
den Slip* Healey Slough, and Other ffol*
sances Cnsied and Dlscassed, bnt not
Abated—mortality for the Ateath ef Jane
aad Past Week-Bepert or the Health
OSlccr*
' The Board of Health held a regular weekly
meeting yesterday, Commissioner Hoard In the
Chair, and. also present Messrs. Johnson, Bey*
Holds, Bchloetzer, and RsQch. Mr. Secretary Bos*
’Sell perused the minutes of the last meejlug, and
they were unanlmocel; adopted. ' /
KIT^AKCES.
The attention of the Health Officer was called
to a resolution of theCounoU, directing the abate
ment of the MoKetcleu slaughtering and render
ing establishment, on Stewart avenue, between
’Catharine and Wrkht streets.
The Finance Coomittee presented some small
bills which wen discussed, aollted, and ap
proved.
Healy Slough was the next thereof discussion.
Everybody agreed with everybody else that it
was a nuisance That implied to heaven, and over
4 quite an extent of earth Ir was dually con
cluded to get an opinion from the Corporation
Counsel as to how far riparian rights of property
owners would lnt«tere with the action of the
Board.
Ogden Blip was cert on the tapis. Dr. Johu
, constated that the flip was offensive to the olfac
tories of all persons except those who had oa
tarrhsolong that they could not smell. Mr.
Reynolds wanted acommunloatlon addressed to
Council for the needful to pay for
, Jo® cleaning, ana JX Rauch wished alegal onln
• -iff 1 oo riparian rights. Mr. R-ynolds observed
>;*;»Btthe nuisance .-listed at the organization of
-> jnat Board, and it existed to-dav. How much
A-iOngerwouldlt jontiuu- I The Health Offioar,
:• Reid, wanted simultaneous action, emora
•V ■cmgthelndlojmentof RMdand flherwin and the
--Change by theßoard of Public Works of the en
■'vtxanoe of 1 theh sewer. Mr. Reynolds gave the
•j-Jiegal opinion af the State's Attorney, that the
Board had power t* ili no the nuisance. Dr.
*i Bauch wanted the lartle* rvsonuslole to HU it
■ 55; EveptnalJylt vas decided that the Health
*••s'. Officer should prevmc any increase of the nul-
Sac ce. and have It (.bated as soon as possible.
:W Dr. Johnson askirt what measures were to he
v taken to abate the nuisance during the hot
t> - w®ther t
, Jhe Sanitary Superintendent said they oonld
••:
• sr. Hfynolda said that wonlij simply he re*
■, ' updating what they had been doing for two
• *. Johnson thought it atiouid be disinfected,
„ if it wereco bo Ailed up next week.
feettag was ordered.
’■on*said they had got so far, and now
' slder what they could do to totally
sanoe.
y Superintendent said the parties
dd dredge it rather than have it
, oflered a resolutloa to the effect
* vnf eof that Board that the die
- into the stagnant water of Og
?* to perpetuate the nuisance.
unanimous concurrence In that
• H.
mtendent Rauch submitted his
aebly budgets, comprising the
•at.ioa:
OKE MORTALITY.
' Jaue 813 persons—4Tß males and
. of them merriad and 616 not; 6
not colored—went to the undls
y. or these 343 had not reached
i.e post on lire’s journey, 83 step
y leaohed the second, and S3 be
■*iore the third came In sight: 20
three and lour; n between font
■rweea live and, ten; 27 between ten
betwten twenty and thirty: 61
t£S A J*£P ; B i beme oo forty and
19 t)BCween
- 13 between seventy and
.. m. a rnil century, and 2 kept no ao
/ V^.«HU ea r a^ aa tbe y Passed away,
number of deaths dally wa* 27
* B A B ii naaan th s«nometer of 63* de
nfall was 3 45 Inches *
.- j *:ee they were born.
.y, t*e born as follows: In Chicago of
• • ap f f t - ° f parentless?;
United States, 88; Germany.
*» Bstden, 18; Norwav is* Pno
e°-Hwi 1 V Cl *2*S?- 10 : BohemlJ
* an<l Wa lea. 8 each* po!
7 Btr i a * France, Mexico, and West
■* s, *. eaob s 9 were unknown, and one first
on the broad bosom of the Ate
, WEEBE THEY DIED.
' w r r “ hl.trlhated among the
Etghih. 66: Ninth 61; Tenths- Eleventh*
TW.fih. JT; Thirtwnth. io■ Fourtmth «
JUMentb. 153; Bixwmth.«; etmtSSth’ 51
Eighteenth. 35; Mreteenth, 2; T J2?«255'2 : il
wt-]l. s; county Hospital. 7-
foundlings Home, 6; Immigrants, C; Mercy
Hospital, ll; Protestant Orphan Asylum i
•Bmail Pox Hospita; II; Bt. Luke’s Ho«Dlcal 2 :
- Joseph’s Hospital. 5 ; St. J-eeph’s Orphan
Asylum, 4; sulclce, 4; Women’s Hospital. 1*
TTomaiTa Home, 1 * ’
LAST WEEK’S MORTALITY.
Last week there wci e 372 deaths, 201 males and
171 females, an inepase oi 104 on the preceding
week Of thesewrre under l year; 48 up
der 2 years ; 8 between Sana 3 ; 5 between 3 and
4; 2b* tween 4 and 5; 8 b -tween 5 and 10:S be
tween lo and2o ;19 between 20 and 30; 15 be*
tweetu 30 and 40; ll between 40 and so ;'6 be
tween 60 and 6»; 7 >atwren 60 and "o ; 6 between
70 and 80; and 2 between 60 and 90.
NATIVITIES.
rativitles of tbe deceased were asfollowa:
Chicago, of native parentage, 69: of foreign
- parentage, 207 ; other parte of the United State*.
:28 ; Germany, 25; Ireland, 16 ; Scotland, 4; Eng
: land. 7 ; Norway, 2; and Bohemia, France, Hol
land, and Sweden. I each.
The mean tb*-rix3CUirt-r for the seven days ot
last week was 73$ s-grees.
W.-iai MORTALITY.
The mortahtj o: J;--ft we-- k by wards wan as fol
lows: First.none; Second, 1; Third,B; Fourth,
6; Fifth, II; Sixdi 22 ; Seventh. 41; Eighth, 42 ;
.Ninth, 28 : Tentit. 13 ; Eleventh, 0 ; Twelfth, 16*
Thirteenth, 4; fourteenth. 14: Fifteenth, 66:
Sixteenth, 35; 9 - in:.teenrh, as; Eighteenth. 8; Nine
teenth. none; Twentieth, none; accidents. 7:
County Hospital, 6; Foundling’d Home. 4:
“® ro Y, Hx spiral. 3; Home of the
Friendless, i; manslaughter, i; Protestant
Orphan Aeylnm, 3 : Joseph’s Asylum, 1; St.
Luke's Hospital, l; Small Pox Hospital, 3.
OBSERVATIONS.
The Snperinter.dtint remarked that the increase
In the notnber ordenihsover the preceding week
was deemed, although the death rate was not as
high as In many of the large cities of the United
States.
Compared with the previous week, there were I
2 mole deaths by at op exy ; 5 by bronchitis ; 82 I
by cholera infantum; 2by cholera morbns; 2by
consumption; 7by convulsions ; 6by dlatrhma;
Sbyon pey; sbj measles; 3 by meningitis; 2
by 010 3*ge ; 2by peritonitis; 4 by sun-itrote ;
und 4by tabes mepenterloa; while there were 4
lees b> brain diseases; Soy diphtheria; 2by ery
sipelas; 2by inanition ; Bby congestion of tbe
lunge ; 3by oerebro epical meningitis; and 5 by
small pox, with au increase ot 4 in the causes of
death.
Almost the total increase was of those under S
year*-, while there was an increase of 10 of those
over 2f> 3 ears of age. The mortality of the sexes
was nearly alike, the greatest increase being
among funales There was an Increase among
all nationalities, but it is more marked this week
among those born in Chicago of native parentage
and of those born elsewhere in the United
State a •
It will be observed that tbe long heated term
<9 da . e a longer ptriodtuan we have any record
of) hbK resulted in a great Increase In the death
rate among those under iwoyearsot age,cholera
infenrum hilled the half, while the other
diseoeee incident to Increased temperature, about
one-third.
The highest deatfc-t;.te -was in the Seventh
Vaif, then us fellows: F.fteenth, Sixteenth,
Fourteenth, and the lowest in the Fourth Ward.
There was an increase in the mortality of the
public institutions The great beat at the begin
ning of the week made the deaths for the first
■four days 26 per cent greater than for the last
three daye. _
The mean temperature was one-half degree
less than the preceding week, with more north
ly wines, and about **ce fourth as great.
fMiLL ros.
There was a deciaou oeorcase in the number of
■deaths from tma'l pox, the number being less
than for any week, with one exception, since last
November
Tbe Superintendent remarks that there is again
an increase in tlw number of infected houses,
and almost entlrrjylo the southwestern part of
the city, and. a* usual, among foreigners,
t The report was accepted, and ordered to be
filed.
THE HEALTH OFFICER’S WORK.
Health Oflicer littin rrp.irted that in the mouth
of Jnne, 2 670noii«t*s w*reeerwed, and 2,490 nuis
ances abated, that 38 quarters of beef, 33 carcases
of mutton, 63 hogs, and 16 calves, were condemn
ed, that 75 Joacis of tenrbuge were removed from
the North Division. sfo from the South, and 590
from tbe West Division; that 250 loads of ashes
wen- removed ; that 128 dead horses, 200 dogs;
6 cattle, 7 sheep, and 4 calves, were removed; 41
suits brought, arrest made,'and lines assessed,
amounting to 5540. _
During the past week 499 notices were served,
664 nuisances abated, and 11 quarters of beef, 7,
calves, and 16 condemned.
Tbe reports wer&AqMaaft and placed cn die.
dring eomAfTawSSe business the Board
adjourned. * P Ari~
THE COURT HOUSE SQUARE,
Oonftreoce of lb© City and County Authorities
with Reference to the Future Erection of a
Sew Court House—Prizes to beOfleredfor
. the Best Finns*
A conference of the Bnllding Committees of
the Common Council and Board of County Com*
jnisetonera was held at the office of the Board of
Public‘Worts, yesterday afternoon, the subject
tinder consideration toeing the new city and
county buildings. There were present His Honor
the Mayor, who presided; Commissioners Car
ter Thompson, and PrindivlUe, of the Board of
’Public Warks; Commissioners Ashton, Wahl,
and Crawford, of the County OommUeionera.and
Aldermen Bailey. Coey, and Gardner.
a:b© old agreement between the city and
county authorities relative to the construction of
a building on the west side of the Court House
Bauare was read, and it was agreed that it would
liare to be modified somewhat, so as to permit
the erection of the proposed building.
Aid. Gardner Inquired what right the city had
to the w*-et half of the square.
Commissioner Ashton replied that the city
oonld use the ground for a building, and that
there- was no dcuht that the county would give
the city the right in perpetuity, if the building
erected conformed in architectural design to the
one put up by the county. The Oonoty Cominis-
Elonere contemplated the occupancy of the whole
senate, the building to set bach from the sidewalk
20 25 or 30 feet, as may be decided. The county,
however, would not attempt to dictate the style
was confident that harmony
•would characterize any conference that may be
£ad with the city authorities.
jLbout two hour* was then spent lu discussion,
and the following resolutions were presented aud
adopted; .
Bv Mayor siedui.
Resolved, That the Corporation Counsel and
County Attorney are directed, under the gener
alinstructions of tbe respective committees on
TPnhlio Buildings of tae county and city, to draw
i contract for the use of tbe
west half of the Court House Square
abmiding to be erected thereon; said contract
Sbe enbnitted to the Common Council and
ißoaid of Con.m’eslonem for consideration,
amendment, and ratification, the basis of said
contract to be the existing rights and agree
ment# of the respective municipal corporation#
S said Court House Square,the same* to.be mod
filed to meet the future necessities of the lastl
. Ashton;
Resolved, That on or before the Ist day of
Avgust the Building Committee of the County
1 nmmtuirm'nn ol 0»k County, with tlia Board.
KSfof City ot OMo»go, pro ll .r«
(Of Pabno wor*p v*, nn > n (bie the number and
to detail m oonrtTotio« sad offl
kjzea ol the vart~J a ' t(d )n tho -bullcKtie-to be
nae whlohlsto be madeof tbem;
citoten,witb^ be e Jian(Jt . d totllß vanona arom
enob aetaJir^ , ( j et j r6lo present plane In aooord
tectatbat,' J advertisement Hereafter to be
11 nee -vl f t j, 0 Qo U nty of Cook and tne City of
Cb“c£°- 88 80011 88 tho d6taJa °“ n ba finaU T
B^«o(Md? I Tbat It le the sente of thlslolnt meet
<«/tbat they will recommend to the Common
nmncil of the city of Cbloaeo and the Board of
iommlfißlonera of Cook County tnattbe city of
Chicago and the County of Cook will authorize
the Building Committee of the several B mrda to
offer a prize of 15 000 for the best plan,« 000 for
the second beet plan acdsl 000 d keav
plan for a Court House aud City Hall, to be
erected jointly by the Cocnty of <*>°*MfofS
of Chicago upon the public square in the pity of
Chicago, the Bald p’ans to be submitted to the
respective Boards in conjunction with the Board
of Public Works of the city of Chicago.
The meeting then adjourned.
LAW INTELLIGENCE.
Second Bay of the Blake Divorce Case in
the Superior Couri—A Cheerful Batch of
Allegations and Answers—Arralgumcau
and Convictions in the Criminal Court*
SUPERIOR COURT.
THS BLA.KB DIVORCE BUSINESS.
The case of Barnnm Blake, of Winetka, late of
Port Washington, against Christine Blake, and the
case of Christine against Barnnm, was continued
yesterday (each of them seeking for divorce, but
the man having commenced the proceedings),
before Judge Gary and a jury. The proceed
ings of the day included the opening
speech by S K. Dow, Esq., in behalf of the wife,
and tbe perusal of the bill of Blake, the answer
of the wife, her cross hill, aud his answer there
to. These may he thus summarized : Barnnm
Blake on the Tth of June, 1870, accused his wife
of adultery with Thomas 8. Thompson, a lawyer.
Mrs. Blake denied the charge, and stated that
her hatband had cruelly Intreated her. Then
she died her cross bill, alleging that he was an
adulterer, a reviler of religion, a wife-beater, by
innendo, a perjurer In the divorce of a former
spouse, a man of ungovernable temper, given to
lewdness and profanity. To this Mr Blake re
plied that everything his wife had alleged was
untrue, and- when alleged by her known
to her to be untrue, this being hla counsel’s pleas
ing way, in upward of fifty paragraphs, of say
ing shelled. That she was not only an adulter
ess, but that she gloried m It; -thatlt was she
who reviled the Scriptures, and did not want
“ the sacred rite of baptism performed upon her
children.” And because she had stated that he
caused her to procure several miscarriages,
he answered that he not only .knew nothing of
the matter until atter the event, but then be re
monstrated with the wife, so that upon other oc
casions she stole money from his pockets while
he was elok to enable her to do the criminal aot.
By the answer to the cross bill, it would appear
that at Waahington, D. C., at a Presidential
reception, Mr. Stake consented to and did
change wives with a Mr Cat'er, heappearing
with Mrs Caller for his wife, and Cutler escort
ing Mrs. Blake. Tbe speeches of solicitors and
the pleadings are simply allegations of crime on
each aide. The interest of the case. If it has anv,
will commence to-day when testimony will be
produced.
PROVING SATISFACTION.
Diana Cooke yesterday filed her petition
against Thomas 6. King aud others, to establish
title to the east so feet of Lot 2, Block 6, Klnzle’a
Addition.
CRIMINAL COURT,
CONVICTS SEUANDEDI
Fred Fletcher pleaded guilty of an assault
with a batcher-knife upon Ira Scott, and was re
manded.
Robert Arnold acknowledged five acts of lar
ceny. and was remanded.
John Coates and James Barclay, for driving off
a horse, were left over until sentence-day.
Thomas H. Barroett, colored, acknowledged
the larceny of two boilers. Remanded.
Thomas Culver, Thomas Delany. Frank Gilles
pie, and R. J. Hewett pleaded guilty of petit lar
ceny. They alee were remanded.
Joseph Dnnlap pleaded guilty of the larceny
of a watch. Remanded.
DISAGREEMENT.
B. H. Frost was-tried upon an indictment
charging him with receiving stolen goods. The
jury disagreed.
CONVICTED AND TO BE PUNISHED.
Henry Corey was convicted ot highway rob
bery, the forcible taking of a watch upon the
street, fop which the jury awarded him ten years
in tbe Penitentiary.
Edward Dodd was found guilty of stealing
three drums. Ha was remanded.
CIRCUIT COURT.
TRESPASS AND CASE.
rrTT. r r* ol L °? the caae was commenced by
v*; 11 ?"; -KaDush, administrator of estate of Ra-
S^R?.r ab,l *£: the Pittsburgh, Ft. Wayne
,: Chicago Hallway Company. The damages
(statutory) are laid at $5,000. x
ol trespass was commenced by
c 2. n S“ l ”t‘ A ? oa J - BneU - Da vid aud
Col< ’« charging wrongful eviction
*tom a house, and claiming $5,800
Trespass was Umi'uted ny Francis Campbell
Lid 525, M0 r . Predryte ' tho aam8 R« being
A HUMAN KANGAROO.
The One* Levied Boy Who Beards C , B. & Q.
Tn*ln* Hanning at Full Speed—A Remark*
able Youngster*
Coming into the city on a C., B. & Q. train, aa
It entered the suburbs yesterday, a youngster
abtut 10 years old, with one leg amputated to a
very brief stump, was observed handling his
crutch briskly along the aide of the track, evi
dently with a skilled purpose to get his mo*
mentum up to that of the rapidly-moving train.
He did It, and climbed upon the rear platform,
and eat down as cool as though his feat had not
excited the wonder of a score of passengers who
watched him. The appearance was as If a
lame lad had taken some risk to se
cure a ride townward. But at Canal
street he dimed down from his perch and went
back down the track with flying leaps, like a
kangaroo, with the evident purpose of boarding
along freight train,already under good head
way in the opposite direction. It was an exploit
only the most adroit (and venturesome) railway
employe would think of attempting, so great
was the speed of the train; but again the brisk
monopede achieved It, olung like a monkey to
toe iron ladder on the side of a oar, near
the rear of the train, and went up, hand
over hand, with his crutches under his
arm. The next instant he was running
or rather bopping with long leaps at full speed
along the top of the oars, rasing the interspaces
as easily as a boy skips over a crosswalk. And
then we learned that this midge is the victim of
an extraordinary passion for riding on the cars.
Of course he losthis leg in this way at the Geest
Eastern crossing eighteen months ago, and was
provided with attendance and a light orutoh by
the Hailroad Company. Any- one would
think the loss of a leg would be a
lessen for a lifetime, but instantly
on recovery he resumed his sport,
which bad become a passion. Since that time he
passes hts whole day in the manner above no
lle* d. Hie misfortune {baa really equipped him
with means of locomotion with which he dis
tances all two-legged youngsters. He captarea
every train that passes, takes excursions Into
the country at will, sure of being able to com
pass his return in tbe same way. Railroad em
ployee scold and put him off, but hts crippled
condition secures him immunity, and as he never
mounts a train until it is in motion, he gives
them the option to stop the train or throw him
off. There Is no moral to the story beyond the
mention of the fact. If the loss of a leg is no
lesson to boys to keep off moving trains, there
seems to he no remedy except te shorten them at
the other end. Perhaps, alter all, it la as well
for tbe trains to carry this youngster as a promi
nent advertisement to other lads of the peril of
the practice of which he is so noted an example.
THE NEW MINISTER.
Forma] Induction of Her. Mr. McLonghlln a*
pßkior of tbe Scotch Pretbyicrlan Church—
InteroiiClDg and Impressive Ceremonies.
Yesterday evening the Scotch Presbyterian
Congregation of this city mot in their church, at
tbe corner of Adams and Sangamon streets, for
tbe purpose of witnessing the induction of their
new minister, the Rev. Mr. MoLoughlln,
At the commencement the Rev. Dr. Borden,
Secretary of the Presbytery of Chatham, In
quired if any one present had any objection to
the induction. Since no one responded, they
preceded with the ceremonies by singing a
realm, after which the third chapter of Paul’s
First Epistle to the Corintians was read, and
prayer was offered by Dr. Borden
long and fervently, after a part of auotberpsalm.
The Rev. Dr. Borden then preached a brief and
appropriate sermon, taking his text from the
Sixteenth Chapter of the First Epistle 0 f John:
“ God is Love.” That God Is love, appeared In
the book of Nature, and even earthquakes and
volcanoes were the exceptions that proved the
rule.and If all were known concerning them
might also be looted on as manlfestat.ons of
love. The workings of providence also testified
to toe truth of the text. Infinite love alone
could tenderly watch over mankind and the
various forme ol insect life for six thousand
years. The trials of hfe did not prove that God
was a God of wrath, f»r they were the excep
tions. Those dtepensatlons were also wisely
sent. The final and concluding proof of the
truth of the text was found in God’s work of re
demption, and he closed by answering the ob
jections made to this position by proving that the
number of tbe saved will unquestionably be
greater than the number of the damned.
The Kev. Dr. Borden then stated the pulpit
had hern vacant for about two years. Two
month ago Mr. MoLongbllu’s name had been
mentioned to the congregation, and the call for
him received 250 names, was favorably acted on
by the Presbytery of Chatham and the minister
himself
Mr.fifcLoughlln was then asked the usual doc
trinal questions by Dr. Borden and made satis
factory answers.
The congregation then stood up, and testified
by holding up their right hands their adherence
to their call, and their readiness to support and
lake car© of their new pastor. v
Tte S£ v ;Es;f ß S r^ n £ K ? 1 ?, P ra r«a. ail then
cave the ripht hand ol fellowship to Me. Mo-
Loughlin, and declared him inducted
The Eev. Mr. Wing, of Buxton, then addressed
tbe minister and congregation oa their respect
ive dunes, after -which theLservioes were conclu
ded with prayer.
Burnett’s Ealliston
removes tan, sunburn, and freckles.
—The reign of white muslin imiqxiw, as
they are called in Pans, over light nuder
►kirts, is absolute. They are puffed and
edged with frills, which are edged with plain
washing tulle, thus presenting a very snowy
appearance. Black velvet ribbon in used to
loop these downy overgarments. They are
pretty, cool and neglige,
—Michael MiUer, 65 years of age, while on
bis knees at service in St. PhilomenaChnrch,
yesterday morning, died of heart-disease*
without uttering a groan or making a strati
gle. Deceased was a widower, formerly
fanner near Reading, and recently
with bis son, at No. 23 East Fear) street
was a native of Germany,—Cincinnati Com
mercial, July 3,
! __ ,_Rmmrag» jroricnaß. -
PlropieiTremovod and the skin made. smooth -
by using Juniper Tar Soap. Manufactured Cas
well A 00., New York. • ■ . - “ :
C«B>nmptloD ohd be cored. Proof. ‘Presnrlp-
Hon ana intoriuatlon. worth thousands, sent tree for
stamped envelope, by Dr. Enoch Warner & 00., Den*
ver, Colorado. . .
Ulr*. Wtnklow’a f*oothlog Syrap for children
teething, greatly facilitates to pr> ce*s ot teething,
by rotiPi leg the gums, i©da«l;.g all inflammation—
■will allay all pain and spasmodic action
Sibley A Eodtreti, C. (I. Berkwhh A
Biitinger <t Bro. Van bohaack, Mevensoa ds Retd.
Laid, smith A Co . and others, sell Burnett’s Supe
rior Flavot lug Extracts.
Eflcrvescfßg Crab Orchard Shlu, the beat
saline aperient In use. They act like a charm In
cap ex nl sirk heartache. Try and believe F. B.
SUIRK & CO., Cincinnati, O. For sale by all drug
gists.
For Dyspepsia, Indigestion. Depression ot
Spirits and General Debility, the Ferro Phosphorated
yjwir of Callsaya Bark (Cali* ay a Bark and Iron), is
the best tonic. Made by Caswell, Hazard dt Co., New
Yo-k, and sold by druggists.
Don’t Slight your Teeth. Remember that
upon their lator the health of the stomach depends.
Keep tl em perfect, and.ln ojderto d-i so. manipulate
tbem with a* brush dipped In the fragrant SOZO
PONT, one or iff ice a day.
Icl> a Crime*© *xhaa*tstill fm-titor tne vi
tality of an already feenle invalid with sharp evaou
an*s and other strength destroying medicines. No
; case of dyspepsia, liver complaint, constipation, ner
vous weakness or periodic was ever cored in
that way • What too debilitated sufferer needs is a
lomertv in which the properties of an invigo-ant. a
atin.ulmt, a mild aperient, a sedative, and a blood
deputlejit; are combined, and Hostetler’s Stonnch
Bl»te»-8 is the only preparation before The world In
which these essential sanitary elements are united
in the proportions necessary to overcome disease
witnont prostrating the p .tlent This agreeable anrt
potent vegetable ellilrls In the truest sense of the
word a restorative for It restores the strength of the
body, re-establishes functional regularity, enriches
the degenerated blood. and clears the clouded brain.
Can’s do Without u.”—This l.whm the
stage and hnrse o»r companies, and livery stable
beepers, members of the turf, and all grooms and
trainers say ol the Mustang Liniment They ‘; can t
do without it.’ And why I Because.ltinfallibly re
dncca the external swellings. Ac. whioh. tinder vari
ous names. Itnpnir the usefulness and value of the
klngef quadrupeds, and also because, fr sprains.
BtTKlns, gall*, and other injuries to which horse tl -Sh
is Uableflt is the moat trustworthy preparation in
themarket. Yet these recommendatlvna comprise
only a portion of Us claims to public confidence. Dor-
Ing a period of m«re than sixteen years. It has been
recognized as » specific for many of tbe mosc agonlz
inc disorders which afflict the human family—such
as* rheumatism, Rant. aeura'Rla. liimba?o ttod'.;(i
renx sore throat, earache, toothache, and likewise
as a peerless application for cuts, bruises, burns, and
sealrta. L^——
TO RENT—FOR 1. 2, OR 3 YEARS. A NEW 3-
sto’y and baeement brick dwelling house, 10
rooms, handeome swelled front of pressed brick,
with stone trimmlnya; 2-story brtek barn in rear,
with four stalls, and large rooms for carriage, buggy,
and provender. Half block sou'h of Madison at cars
and omnibus. Bent. sico per mouth. Apply at honao,
No. 10Hopore-et. JSQ O ROGKRB.
TO BENT—ELT.IS-AV.NO. 720, 2-STORY FRAME
dwelling, containing shouts rooms, and closets
besides, wltu large lot in a very pleaxaut neighbor,
hoed, and contiguous to horse ana steam cars. Rent
cheap, and immediate possesion. Apply at 157 Dear
bora st. T. S. FITCH A CO.
mO RENT—IS7J COTTAGE GKOVE-AV. FOUR
X rice ucfnralnned rooms, with accommodations of
water, Cottage Grove, corner Twenty-flft* -st, for a
married couple without children. Inquire second
floor, at POO. ECHLEYEB’S office.
TO RENT—NEW HOUSE, 9 BOOM’S. BE
tween Van Buren and Tyler-a*.s . on Winches
ter-av. Inquire next house, or 28 Central Blook.
THOB. L. PARKER.
TO BENT—22 ABERDEEN-BT—A PRIVATE
family, having more room than they require,
would rent a part of their house, furnished or unfur
nished, without board. to families or single gentle
men.
O RENT—AT WINNETEA, ON MILWAUKEE
R R., Gothic cottage, 10 rooms, 4 acres of ground,
loci lijg over tbe lake; rentonly BS3 per month. R.
AT. GRAVES, Wmnetka.
TO RENT—HOUSE OP TEN BOOMS, HOT AND
and cold w ter, gas, eta. on Twentleth-st., near
W abash-av, by J. M. MARSHALL, 124 South Clark
st, $5O per month.
O RENT—DESIRABLE HOUSE IN EVANS
ton. Fninltnro new in May for sa e. J. D. COLE,
JR., Orl<ntal Mills, Madison st. bridge.
O RENT ONE OP THE FINEST BEST
deuces on West Side, suitable for nri
vatehoardlng.hcuse. A small amount ofnewtnrni
ture for sale. Address Z 40, Tribune office.
O RENT-THREESTORY BRICK DWELL
lug, 324 West Van Buren-st. 10 rooms, gas and
water, and stable. J. E. PATTERSON, 2C3 Mlohi
gan-av.
O RENT—A GOOD TWO-STORY HOUSE ON
Walnut-st. ne»r Lincoln, $3O per month. ByM.
MAUGHAM. Real Estate Agtnt, No. D 5 West Madl
eon-st.
O KKNT-POB THE SUMMER. FURNISHED
houee on Oalamet av, near Twenty.thlrd st, For
farther particulars apply to HENRY L. HILL, 374
Wabash av.
Tito BENT—A FDKMtfHJ£D HOUSE. CHEAP.
X Myself and wife wish board with family. 705
Weet 1 afce at.
110 BENT HOUSES ON MICHIGAN, PBAI
. il<s and Wentworth avs and at Hlghwood. Will
sell or exchange P. MFARB. f*Q9 Waha»h-av.
rilO BENT-HOUSE NO. WEsT LAKE ST,
X two blocks eaxt of Union Park ; six rooms, earn
mer hitclien. Apply at No. 20 North Ada st.
riio BENT-MARBLE FRONT. CONTAINS 14
X ro<ms. all modern improvemei ts; llrat-olaasloca
tion for boarrtlnr hrm-e; 503 W&b'ieh-ay. Apply to
P A. BROWN, 373 Wabash av.
ri'O KENT—A NEW HOUSE; GOOD LUCA-
J tl<u 120. Would fell houf-eand lotche«p. L.
WHITNEY, 123 Wist Waahington st.
TO BENT-OB FOR SALE, ON MONTHLY
payment*— Nice house at Mavwood, §5O per
month ; would bring $7O iu town. Good chance fora
home Id till** llue suburb ; 20 minutes from Chicago.
Giu. H. HEbS, southeast corner LaSalle and Mon
roe- ats.
O RENT— BRICK” HOUSE OP 14 BOOMS,
very desltahJe for boardinghouse or lodging*,
nearruraer Balated and Madlaon-eta. B. KENNE
DY A 00. 79 We-.t Ma«linon-et
O RENT-NO. 28 WALNUT-ST. HAS fl OR 7
rooms, pantry and closets. Apply at 457 West
3 wclith st.
ritC BENT-^THE"UPPER PART OP HOUSE. 51
.9. finutli Green-st. Mod»rate rent to small family
without chib ren References exchanged.
O KENT—FCBN f?HED COMPLETELY, TWO
story ard basement brick bou!<& Will ren* oh»an
to a responsible party for two or three months- 17
Bonore-st.
TO RENT—HOUSE 643 WABASH-AV., FROM
September!, for 20 to 30 years, on fair terms,
for business or residence. Apply to J. NOTTING
HAM. No 2 West Madison at.
TO RENT—ROOMS.
rsro rent—one room suitable for two
JL gentlemen or gentleman and wile, without board.
i 221 W abash »v
rjVO hJtKX-A P-illT OFTHK MiUDLK OFFICE
X on the first floor of Kendall's new building, cor
ner ■Washington and Dearborn.ats. Apply at olflco.
O RENT—ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS
innewmarble-front residence, 330 West Wash
Inaton-st. All modern Improvements. References
required.
O RENT—A FURNISHED FRONT BOOM FOR
a gentleman at I£o South Greene*.
O RENT—SIX BOOMS IN THE NEW BUILD
jpg, 298 West PoU-et.
TO RENT—A WFLL-FURNISHED FROST AND
bfdrorm for two gentlemen or gentleman and
wife, at 281 Morgan-et, comer Gurley-at.
UNFURNISHED FRONT PAR
lor, suitable lor two persons. No. 14 North Hal
sted-st. I
G R> NT—FURNISHED ROOMS—WOULD BE
rented for any light, business, oso very pleasant
room, with or without bed room. 833 Wabasn-av.
6 RENT—A PLEASANT FRONT ROOM, PUR
nI-bed. to single gentlemen or gentleman and
wife. Apply at 114 fc.'Green at, between 8 and 11 a. m.
O BENT—ONLY S3‘AND |IO—ONE NICELY
inmi-hed. Lake-st,near Union Park, one unfur
nished room, with water and light. R. G. GOOD
WILLIE. 139 West Madiaon-st.
rilO BENT—£33 WABABH-AV.—NICELY FUR
X nlshcd rooms, good location for physician or
deitltt.
TO BENT—UNFURNISHED ROOMS IN 880-
r ond or third of brick building. No. 105
West Rardolph-st.; have gas, with water and closets
on same floor. Apply at Room 3, No. 95 West Ran
dnlpb-Pt. up stairs.
TO KENT—STORES, OFFICES. Ac,
TO BENT—A FINE STORE UNDER AVENUE
Rouse Twenty second-fit. at moderate rent.
WM. M BAKER. 3CS Wabaßh-av.
O RENT—6I HUBBARD-OOURT, SUITABLE
forpoulty and vegetable market. Apply onprem
ises from 9 to 12 a m.
O RENT—BEAUTIFUL STORES, BARB*
ment*, offices, and second floors In new marble
front building on State-st., near Van Boren. C. S.
WALLER, 320 btate-st-, up stairs,
O~RENT NO, 220 EAST LAKE-ST. BASE
went, first and second floors, SHIPMAN <fc
McKEEVER, 16 Boone Block, 133 LaSalle at.
O RENT—STORE. NOS. 21 AND 23 RIVHB-ST.
First-class in every respect. By W. B. LOOMIS
4 CO., 597 State et.
O RENT—SPLENDID BA SEM ENTS, LOFTS,
and offices in new bnllding 320 to 331 State-st. W.
WALLER, 320 State at. Room 8.
O RENT—BTORF/ON BTATEBT-—SUITABLE
for any light business, near Twenty fifth st. Al
so. furnished parlor and bed-room, JAMES H.
BILL, St 9 Wabashav.
O RENT—A STORE. NO- 142 WEST WASH
ifptonst. Inquire in the grocery store. Cheap
to the right man.
(Trent— I the second floor and base
mrnt in the handsome military building on Lake
sr. fitted up in a splendid manner. Apply at 195 and
167 Lake-at.
TO RENT—ONE-HALF OF FRONT OFFICE,2D
floor Wadsworth Building, 181 Madison-st O. W.
PIP ROE. Real Estate and Note Broker, Room?
Wadsworth** Building. 181 Maniaon-fit.
PARTNERS WANTED.
PARTNER WANTED—AN ENERGETIC MAN
with {l,OOO, to take charge of, and interest in. my
business : $l5O per month aufl half of profits allowed
to an acceptable party. Address Fl3, Tribune Branch
office.
PARTNER WANTED—IN A JOBBING AND
repairing shop. A young man preferred, one
not afraid to work. Capital required. {169. Ca’l at
121 South Halsted-ft, up stairs, on C.E. PARKER.
TJnleta yon mean business do not call, for my time Is
money.
dKTNKE WANTBO-WITH §5 OCO IN A SAFE
and snug manufacturing business- Nothing like
It in the city. Address D 92, Tribune office-
PARTNER WANTED—WITH £2OOO CASH, |TO
take an interest in a light, respectable and profit
able business. To the right sort of a man this 1« a
good chance ;llhere is no risk. Address P 64, Trib
une office. ___
ARTNER WANTED-A RELIABLE BUSl
ness man would like a partnership in some good
commission housewould Invest, with his time sev
eral thousand dollars. Address COMMISSION, 41
Fourteenth-at.. Chicago
SETOGMACmm ~
SINGER OFFICES OP J. {N. WILKINS, 25
South Desplaines-st.. and 167 Mllwaukeo-av.
Machines sold or rented on easy monthly Install
ments. and work given in payment If desired. .
mnrr.-RB A WILSON SEWING MACHINES
The new improved, sold or rented, on easy
monthhlr payments. Work given If daslred. BURN
HAM 4 FLANNERY, City Ageuta. Main office, 338
West Madlson-st; branch. 960 Wabash-av.
wwTBR-n RF.WINQ MACHINE. 117 SOUTH HAL*
\V stedat. Machines sold on monthly .payments
and work given.
INSTRUCTION^
I"*^yBTßUCTloN—
prominent city college will oneu immediately a
class for 3 hours daily during the vacation. Subjects •-
Latin, Greek. French, the Mathematics, and all
branches of English. Terms, for the session of six
weeks. {6 in advance. Address EF, 472 West In*
iliac jv-sL . -
ANTED—BT A FOREIGNER W O WISHES
to perfect himself la theEngllsh language, two
hours* informatlcn and exercise every night, after
business hours, by a well educated native of this
country. Address, with terms and references, L ai.
Tribune office.
MB CHICAGO TBIBITNE: JXfLY 10., *jS7&
_ CITY -REAL -ESTATBi
fSoß*BAl3s— By'eSToT^
J Washington 8t s
-Fine boose, lot 48x.32 feet, Waahltgton-at, east of
Wood- ' ——
Warble frost on Warden av east of Leavitt.
Two story house, lot ioxl2o, Warrcn-av, eaatofLev
Tlttßf.
75x120 feet on Park-av. east of Wood-st. south front.
K6xl2ofeet, corner Park-av and Wood-st, with Im
provements.
25xi83 feet on West Adams-st, east of Paulina
300x162 feet. Indi ra av. corner Fiftleth-at.
H«ueeandlfu. 1009 W4ba*»h-av,vacant.
2SxiBu feet. Pralrle-av, between Twenty-fifth and
Twenty *BlxlllMe.
25x125 feet. Jndlana-av, south of Thlrty-fifth-st.
45x18“ feet on Thirty ninth at n*ar Vinoouneaav.
25 lots on Taylor at. just west of Leavitt
Home and lot. W. TayX >r fit. near Deaplaines, cheap.
Cottage and lot on shoito at. ver* cheap.
Cottage and lot 25x12% Washlngkon-av. near Wood.
Six acres on North Belated st
Five acres at Lawndale, below the market.
Ii qolteasabaveortc WRIGHr »t TVHRKsti.
FOR SALE—BY JACOB WEIL & CO.. NO. li 9
and 131 LaSalle-fit.. Boone Blonk, basement:
200 feet on thesontheastcorner of Wells and Jack
acn-pta. will be sold at a greatbargaln for k few days.
40xS0 rn the southeast corner of Fifch-av. am Mon
roe at.; very low. Beat little corner for sale In the'
city, -
60x110 on South Clark, with three stores ou It, only
eoebliM k from the great hotel and depots, at a price
lowerthar anything for sale un that etroet
lOnfeetou South Claik street. between Harrison
ano Folk-htß >nnwn a* the New S* James’ Hotel,
which 1-rented for $12,500 a year. Price, s'o,ooo. Wo
will take other unimproved South or West Side
i«ropettv In exohangeforlt.
iro f«*et on Forest av, east front, with a good two
»ti>ry Jinnee on tt at a great bargain for cash, as the
owner must have money.
FOB PALE-30x100 TO ALLEY, WITH STORB-i
and dwellings, on south Halated st,, $9,000 ; easy
terms. Said pn.peuy rents for $1,500 aleo, new
rem-eof lorooms. witn lot. $2 000; $3OO ossh: balance
In monihlv payments. ADAMS & MURRAY, 143
Wert Madlson-st
OB SALE—BY H. C. MOREY, 116 WEST MADI
son pt., special bargains iu the following;
Ashland av., near Lake-st., $l2-5 per foot;
oomerlnt
feet, Monroe at, near Lincoln-st. $5 000.
s6^op 36 ’ corner ’ OXI Adams-st, east of Oaklcy-st,
100x150, Irving Park, near depot, corner $2 010.
60 feet Madlson-st. near Ashland-av., $ 12,100.
idiotsfmntlngDouglas Park. $ll,OOO.
125 feet, Indiana av., near Fourteenth st., $176 per
foot
OR SALK—CHEAP LOTS! CHEAP LOTS!-
On monthly payments, ar d justoutMdeof the fl.ro
limits situ ted on West Van Buren and Jaokson-«ta ,
on end west of California av.. acce'Hih!6 i»y Madison
and Van Buren-st oats. Price, from t6OO to $BOO per
lot. in monthly payment-* to snlt For farther par*
ticnlars inquire at the otfico of Couch Subdivision, 301
w est Madlaon-st.
OB BALE—A NICK LITTLE FARM OP 40
acres In Southern Illinois, house, barn, orchard,
10 acres timber 2 miles from railroad, and good mar
ket R. KENNEDY <£ CO., 79 We-<t Madison st.
OR SALE—TWO LOTS ON OANAL-ST, BE*
tween Harrison and Mather. 56x100 feet Inquire
of P. J BOELLE, 851 South Canal st
FOB SALE-GOOD LOTS ON ALLTHB STREETS
between Twenty-third and Thlrty-nlnth-sta.,
and between Btate-.and Wallace. All out of fire
limits. Perfect titles, warrantee deeds. A very
small payment down, 6 years at 6 per cent ALBERT
CRANE. 872 Wabashav.
For sale-marble front house on
Van Buren-et. near Ashland-av. 2 stories and
basement, with all modern oouve* lea'ies.che-ip ; lm
mediate por-sesslon. HENRY WALLER, Jr., 180 West
W h b h i u gton-af.
For sale 100 lots at a bargain on
terms to suit, froo-lng Polk fit. and
CampbMl-av; sidewalk* and water; parties wishing
to build no money required down. Xnquireonthe
j remises or at 133 Clark-st, in bank.
Fob pale—lots on twelfth, oooltdge,
and Satnui-on-Bts. on© block west of Aahiand-av.
Great, bargains and very easy terms to parties that
will improve. A rare opportunity to those wishing*
to secure a home for very little money. v
2fofeet on Michigan-av, south of city limits; easy
terms.
Several hundred feet ou Wabash-av, near city lim
its, offered for a few days.
B. PHTLPOT. 116 East Washington st.
DOR BALF-BY JOHN GUNZANHAUMER, m
■7 Bsndnpih-st., four 25 foot l«ts on Taylor, near
Haleted st $3O per foot. The cheapest property In
the city Must bo sold this week.
tjIUK^ALE— 25 OR SO FEET ON TAYLOK-ST.,
near Haiated, at a bargain. Cheaper than
suburban property. JOHN GUNZANHAUSER,
151 Randolph Street-
OH S -.LE-2 STORY HOUSE, 8 ROOMS. LOT
25x125, barn, and good Improvements, on Fulton,
st. near Lincoln-fit ; possession Immediately. S. M.
MILLARD,463 Wabash-av. ••
Fob sale—ico feet front on wabash
av. near Forty-elghth-st: on long time or ex
change for Central Park lota CLAFLIN BROS., 131
LaSalle-at, and 204 West Madlson-st.
F” OR^ALK—LOW. CALL TO-DAY. SPLENDID
cottage and lot on West Adams-st. west of Robey;
rented till May at 18 per cent Of price. J. A. OWEN,
133 West Madlson-st.
For, balr-oni.t St.sro. batat.!. cottaok
and fine lot on lodiana-st. 8.50") down. Fail ab
stract. Decide Monday. R. G. GOODWILLIE, 181
West Madlson-st.
OB BALE—ONLY $1 800—CHOICE VAN BU
ren st lot, just outside fire limits; full abstract;
good title; easy terms: decided bargain. R. G.
GOODWILLIE, 131 West Madison at .
For sale—a Few choice lots on and
near Southweatem.av; also nice new cottages
on easy terms. B. KENNEDY *fc CO., 79 West Mad
lf>on-6t.
OR SALE-CHEAP—A FINE EAST FRONT
-corner house at Oakland (thirty nlnth-st). very
near hors© and street cars, with hot and cold water,
gap, and all modern Improvnu-nta. Only $3,000. Easy
teima. Possession immediately. By ULRIOH <s
BUND, sli Wabathav.
OR SALE—CHOICE BOULF.VARD LOT 80x125,
on DrexeLav, Just south of O*kwood av, at a
very low figure if taken soon. ULRICH A BOND,
511 Wfibnab-av.
OB SALE—A FINE LOT. 40x180 TO 20-FOOT
alley, on Fllls-av. 20* feet north of Egan-av. at a
bargain. Jsqulre, fors days, of ULRICH & BOND,
511 wabash-av.
OR SALE —l2 000 FOR A NICE FRAME
dwelling on C’alnmot »v rear Twenty-third at;
long Jesse. Would rent for $7O p«r month It is very
dtw-irablo GEO. H. HESS, southeast corner LaSalle
and Monroe-sts.
Fob sale-lots i»n walnut-st, near
Leavitt, 25x130 efich, on easy term* By M.
MAUGHAM, 800 l Estate Agent, No. 115 West Mt.dl
ton-st.
OB SALF—24 LOTS ON FIFIV-THIRD. PAGR,
and Wed sts , singly or together; $2Ol each;
easy Turing and at large discount for nil in one sale.
J. F. NICHOLS * CO , 25 South Canal-st.up stairs.
OR SALE—4OXI4O, VINCENNKS-AV.. AND
Fgan-av.at $9O |>©r foot cash. 1“('T132 north
west corner Harrison and Koboy-sta $0 000 S, 10 or
is lots in C. H. Harrison’s Additiun, $O5O each
WHITE A HFAD. 374 W*l>«ah-av.
Fob sale—a valuable a year lease
of Irt and 2 story frame bonne of 12 rooms on
tv abash av . renting for $1 wo will sell the same for
$3.(00 HENRY J. GOQUBTCH. 863 Wabssh-av.
OK HALE- 40 FJCJST IN BURNT DISTRICT,
neat Franklln-nr-. at a great eaoriuce: too it!
HFNRY P. GEORGE. 389 State-st.
FOR SALE—2-STORY FRAME, WITH LOT. 415
Warren av, at a great bargain. HENRY P,
GEORGE, 3-9 State at
F. K SALK—SLAUGHTERED FOR OA.MH-2
lots on K>ie-st.'near Lincoln, S9CO esob. Lot and
bam on CosFlrt et. near Labe. $l,lOO. B. G. GOOD
WILLIE. 133 West Madlson-st-
OR SALE—SECURE THISTOT, 83x120. PARK
av. nearHoyne-Pt, very cheap ; long time; loss
than $5OO down If partita build. R. G. OOODWXL
LIE. 133 West Madlson-f-t.
OR SALT—OB lEXCHANQE—WARRBN-AV,
rear Union Park, small cottage and ]0C23x125,
all street Improvements made for cottage and lot
north of Lake-st. R. G. GOODWILLIE, 133 West
Madlson-st.
OR 'ALE—EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS-
Chlcngo-av, near Leavltt-st. choice lots, 25x125,
onlv $6OO cash this week ; full abstr«ot; good title.
R. O. GOODWILLIE, ISJ West Madlson-st.
OR BALE-NEAR ACADEMY. OP MUSIC,
Holstod-st, fine new building and lot, renting for
$3,000 per annum ; will sell for$12,000; easyterma.
K. G. GOODWILLIE, 133 West Mndieon-st.
OR SaLE—BO ACRES . SOUTH. VERY LOW.
Alan 110 feet on Twenty-eighth st. near Wabash ■
av., at 3150 per foot. J. F. L ATBHAW,.79 Dearborn
bt. Room 13-
FOR SALE-CHEAP, BY THE OWNER. A
flrst-clasa residence lot 86x158 on Ellla-av . north
of Thlrty-elghth-st. Address V 71, Tribune office
OR BALE-s66o—sloo CASH WILL BUY A LOT
on Lincoln-st, 25x125 to 16-font alley ; balance 1,2,
and 3 years. J. S. GOULD. 351 Wabaah-av.
FOR BAX.K—IO ACBKS IN SFCTrOS M, 311. 13,
with riverfront. J.8A8W1CK.472 Wabash av.
OB SALE—BY GEO ROUNDS & CO., 35 EX
change Building, half acre lot for $350; also sey
oral houses and lots very cheap
For sale wabarh-av. near four*
teenth at. cast front, 26x170 feet to alley; party
wall on south line; title perfect. J. ESAIA9 WAR
-BEN',4IB Michigan av.
Fob sale—wabash-av, frame house
No. 749. near Fifteenth st, and lot. feet to
alley, eastfrontr price $16.000; easyterma. J. ESA
IAS WARREN, 418 Mlchlgan-av.
TJIOB sale-wabash-av. near eldridgb
JT Court, 99 'years’ lease, with privilege of pur
chase at fixed rate, within 20 years, lot 40x170 feet
fi out. This 1h the most advantageous lease that was
ever offered lathis market; no reappraisals or In
crosee of ground rent during tbo entire tens of
the lease ground rent only $2500 per year: with a
stone-front, the present building, after the Ist of May
next, could family be made to yield a handsome re
turn. J. EBAIAB WARREN. 418 Mlohlgan-av.
■CIOR SALE—A COTTAGE HOUSE, LOT, AND
JO barn, inquire at eia Cnlon-nt.
OR SALE—BY THOS. A. & M. HILL, 401 WA
bash-av. *
wphnsh-av, 50x165 feet, near Thlrty-thlrd-st.
W* ba»h av. 50x178 feet, near ’ Twenty-aixth-at.
Statc-at, 25x125 feet, at Thirty-first st
Stato-st, 75x165 feet, at Filey seventh-st, $42 per
foot-
Wab.iPh-av, lOOzlCSfeet, southeast corner of Fifty
fieventh-st. $4B.
Fob sale— l am authorized to sell
the N k of 8 E i of 8 W i See 34. 38.14: 20 acres
froptingon South Park-av. »nd Eighty fifth-fit.; no
better propeity in market: price and terms given on
application to HENRY J. GOODRICH, 868 Wa
bash-av.
For sale— 4o acres of valuable land.
Inerted rn Flghty-peveuth-st and the grand drive
from South Park to South O’nicago, being the 8 W of
S W 36. 38.14 ; In view of new railroad Interests,
Sonth Chicago improvem? Nts, and the immediate Im
provement of Stony tslat;d boulevard, this property
will gieatly enhance la v/tdue. HENRY J. GOOD
RICH. 368 Wahash-nv.
Fob sale —or bent—new cottage
and lot on Twenty tr ighth-st. between Bntler and
Hanover *ts ; rent. $25 per month. Call at 6 Douglas
House w. Dunlop •
R£Al> ESTATE WANTED.
•SXTANTED-BET WEEN WEST MADISON AND
*' Polk sts, one to four lota, lor eaah, H a bargain.
W 58, Tribune offie a.
ANTED—A^PIECE OF SOUTH SIDE REAL
estate, cho ap, for cash customer. JOSIAH H.
BISBELE, 45 Br? yan Block.
ANTED—N jOB 160 ACRES OF GOOD UNlM
iroved lao a in Illinois. In exchange for a new
house, with Isr ge lot; will trade on cash basis. P.
A BROWN, r» eal estate agent, 873 Wabash-ar.
WANTED- -A BARGAIN IN ACRE PROPER,
ty, acc( jsslble to South Chicago, ou Stony Isl
and Bonlevr »rd. 80 or 160 acres; will exchange fine
rofildence otj Mlohlgan-av,, and pay $25,000 cash; Ad
drees H 6&. Tribune Branch office.
TflTA NT7j:D I WISH TO PURCHASE ACRE
•« property south of Cornell, and north of South
Chicago* and neat town line 33. Address Nl2, Trib
nue Bto nch offico,
WA7.STSD— AT A GOOD BARGAIN—A HOUSE
und lot aourh of Twenty-flftli and east of State
st T V. WITHERELL. 368 Wabaah-av. ***
aIUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF PIANOS. OR*
cans, and melodeona constantly on hand at KIM
BALL'S, comer Wabawh-av and ThlrtPemh-st.
TANOS AND ORGANS TO RENT. SECOND,
band Instruments at bargains, from SICO to $173. at
, W. W. KIMBALL’S, comer of Wabash-av and Thlr
; teenth-eta.
MITH AMERICAN ORGANS IN 44 DIFFKR
ent styles, for parlors, lodges, halls, ohnrcbes. etc,
W. w. KIMBALL, oomer Wabash-av and Thin.
teenth Pt
The hallett. davis a 00. pianus are
found only at W. W KIMBALL'S, Wabash-av
and Thine oath st.
BrBDHBMREAIESTATII
Fob s.tE-WE ABEakixiKa lotsos tsb
Chicago & Rock Island Railroad, »e»r depot af
South Englewood/ at $125 each; only sto cash and
$lO per month ;'-fonr dummy'trains each
first train reaches city at quarter before To’olook.
Choice lota at Comoll Watch. Works, near depot, at
from s:<fo to $350 each; ss<j per lot cash; balance
monihiv payments if desired; accesslblei by four
ralln-ads ; femt-en regular tr-ins each way-dally;
The moat rapidly improving property In the market-
FRANCIS W. CORE 7 & uO„ 170 LaSalle at., Bryan
Block
FOB BaIe—CHEAP LOTS—SO LOTS 25X125, IN
Hyde Park,s2s
6 lota in Jefferson, 3 blockafrom'depot, $lO3.
6 lota at Washington Heights, $75. ,
B]otaatNorihKvau3ton.slOO,'
TlUtaperfect. UUi VER * HOVEY,
109 West Washlngsoa-st.
OR ‘SALE—DESIP.ABLE RESIDENCE AT
lAke View, on line of Dummy Road ; shrubbery
and fruit iti abundance. Irfqnlre for particulars at
128 w»-fit Washington in gold pen and Jowe ry store
Of AIKIN. LAMBERT <fc CO.
OB BALE—A NEW HOUSE AND LOT ,AT
Oak P*rk 8 mllei west on O. A N. W. B. R
Price low Terms lnqnlr© at 149 North
Unlen-eL, iu basement. H. SOHKOBDifiR.
Fob hale-loth south op city limips
s4oo and $425; $lOO cash ?nd $l5 per monto.
JAM± a R. HILL, 369 Wabash-av
OB SALE-LAKE SH">RK, KENWOOD. 150x168
feet, generally oono-ided t , '> be the Cholcent villa
Bite on the shore : g»a; macadamized street; oany
terms. Alao 105 x 80 foet; only $75 per foot. STORKS
A WARE. 373 Wabash av.
OR SALE BEAUTIFUL NEW VILLA,
7 rooms, hard and soft water t 50 feet corner lot.
Normal bcbonl. Englewood,. $l.ROO: bargain. Alee
choice lots on monthly payments. STORKS A WARE,
873 Wahabh av.
OB bALE —VERY CHEAP, TWO SMALL
well Improved farms one mile from st. Charles
111., and 36 miles from Chicago. One of 40 and one of
4fij«orfca B. R. BUTTLES, 305 West Madison st.
OBBALE—OR EXCHANGE—-V VERY NBaf
* new Iwo-sloiy house, with corner lot 132x182. in
Maywood- ' Wonld take a vacant lot in part pay
ment. This is a very desirable homo. F. A. BROWN,
Real Estate a gent. 3T3 Wabaah-av. .
OR SALE—IN THE TOWN OP DOWNER’S
Grove, on tbe O B A Q R. R, 20 miles from Chi
cago a fine place of nearly' 4 acres with good bearing
fruit trees, good house and barn ; also a good wagon
arid blEOkfmlth shop doing a good business ; will be
sold at a bargain and on long time. Apply to JOHN
WALLIN. Downer’s Grovfi. Ills.
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE,
F* W^^ V>N SALE^HE^PPLENDID^ N BE3IDBNOE
end grounds of Wm M. Tallman, la the city of
Janovllle. Wls . containing 12 Lota, fronting on four
streets; nearly three acre**; hundreds of choice fruit
and ebfii'e trees and beautiful lawns. Location the
mopt beautiful In the city, or State of Wisconsin;
dwelling of Milwaukee pressed brick—cut atone cor
ners; two fronts and elegant portico on each; SlxlOO
feet; 3 {Tories and basement: oout*mn 27 rooms and
all modem Improvements- Beautiful carriage house
and etable of straw colored brick, with overy conve
nience/ Buildings erected in 1853-6 and’7: cost,
$42,000 gold; fame groundsand buildings would now
cost $70.0f0 Jn every reepcot the place Is first-class,
ardoneof the most elegant establishments lathe
West. Also. 10 brick stores in the centre of busi
ness. and 48 acres of choice land. 160 rr-ds from the
dwelling, containing the best building sites in tbe
city. About to go abroad, tbe owner will sell very
low; one fourth cash an.l residue on. long time. Ap
plv to CLARKF. LAYTON A «'O, 376 State st.. Chi
c»go. where full descriptive pamphlets may be ob
tained: or address the owner, WM. M. TALLMAN,
Janesville, Wls.
For sale—farm of ieo acres, or will
sellBoacres.slsper>-cre; 3 hours from Chicago.
Addret-B P O. Box 209, Sandwich, 11L
Fob sale —or exchange— southern
lands. Ferlee H. Webster, from Memphis. Team,
will be hero a few davs, and has some choice lands—
Improved and unimproved well located on rivers
and railroads In Tennessee.Mississippi,Oeorgia-North
‘ Carolina and Texas; will exchange for Chicago prop
erty or goods. F. H. WEBSTER, 718 Madison
from 910 12a m.
FOBSALE-OR TRaDB FOB CHICAGO PROP
erty. 320 acres of A No. 1 prairie, in Hancock
County, Iowa; title perfect; taxes paid; will sell
cheaplorcasb. P. KELLER. 417 Wabash-av.
BUSINESS CHANCES.
A RESTAURANT DOING A GOOD BUSINESS
for sale at a bargain Party has other business
to attend to. 448} btate.et
BOAHDING STABLE SUITABLE FOB LlV
ery, for sale cheap ; 3 years’ lease; low rout.
Ap) ly on premises, between 1 and 4 p m.. corner
Twenty-stxih at.andOalumet-av., CHICAGO HORSE
MART. ‘
A LAUNDRY DOING A SPLENDID BUSINESS
In one of the beet locations In tbe oltv for Halo at
a great bargain. T. O. LAMB A CO., 127 West Wash-
Ingiop-st.
GOOD GROCERY STORE FOR 8 ALE,
stock and flztnroa included. Can be bought for
S2CO. Good reaaons for selling. Apply at 98 N. Ann-st.
nnoD HA.noAjs-A boabdino ' house
with 11 beds, with saloon attached, and all fix
tures and all stock, with leaxe. at low rent; good 1 ea
sons for selling. Inquire at 170 Soath Desplalaes.
PARTY WITH $5,000 OR $7,0C0 CAN PUR
chase an tfitablished tobacco and cigar business,
lease and fixtures included: also, valuable agency
fcrapopnlar brand of chewlrg. A rare chance for
the right man. Good reasons assigned for retiring.
Address for five days. B 81 Tribune office.
FURNITURE MANUFACTORY FOR RALE,
in nice running order, doing a bn«lness of s4fio per
month profit. Apply at Room 1. 47 West Raudolph-st
GOOD BARGAIN—A RESTAURANT, WITH
saloon attached, and all fixtures and stock, with
less© at low rent; good reaaons for soiling. Inquire
at2lo Milwaukee-av
PRIVATE BOARDINGHOUSE IN ONE OF
the mO't delightful localities of the city to dU-
Jioserfon iroderate terms Furniture and carpets
orsalelf deMred. Address N69,Tribuneoifioe.
FIRST-RATE BUSINESS CHANCE FOR A
good business man with $lO,OOO In cash against
the same amount. Address A 70. Tribune office.
UTCHFR-SnOP FOR SALK IN A TUIOKI-T
-populated neighborhood Satisfactory reatoas
given fcrloavlng. apply at 516 Hubbarc-at.
Drug store for sale at a sacrifice,
one of the best locations In the city. Trade es
labllsbed. Pbvh well, but must be sold for cash.
Apply to WAITE & WELLS, 45 HuDbard-court.
AND LEASE OP A SMALL
. hotel or restaurant for sale : all new and in first
rate running order; big chance for a roan wlrh small
means Ii quire corner Kinzie and West Water-eia ,
up stairs, opposite Milwaukee Depot.
URNITURK AND LEASE OP A HOARDING
house in a good location can be bought cheap for
cash ; there are SO good paying boarders ; furniture
all new and In good order. Apply 46 North Green st.
ARDWARE STORE FOR SALE—I WILL
sell my stnok and lease the stork and shop at a
very low figure to anyone wishing to gointothe
hardware trade Tills Isa rars opßortunlty. Amount
raqnirfd about $4,000 other business dsmanda my
attention, and I win *ell low Established iB6O. Ad
dress X 77. Trlbnno.Brancb oflloe,
TVTEW YORK COFFEE HOUSE, ONLv ONE
Xv block from the mins, all complete, in rnnniae
order, good trade, to lease; best opening oat. 51 West
Rmdolph at-
X EAS7. STOCK. AND FIXTURES OP A GKO-
J_i ceiy doing a good business for sole. Apply at 555
South Jeffersoo-st.
WING TO PARTY LEAVING CITY AN OLD
established business must bn said immediatdlv.
A perron with $3 000, half cash, will find ihU thn best
opening In Chkago to get Into an old connection, and
an Increasing and thoroughly safe and profitable
business. Principals only need address, T 36, Tribune
office.
NE-HALP OR WHOLE INTEREST OP AN
established furniture manufactory at 36S Canal
et. Felling all we can make for cash price; $3,000
part cash, balance In trade or pay from the profits
monthly. Other business occupies my whole time.
C. A. HARKINS, owner, 75 Oanal-st., at LARKINS
& HALL’S. SO
SALOON FOR SALE OR BXCHANOB IN A
good position, with large trade. Address G 74,
Tribune office.
ALOON FIXTURES, PARLOR
and bed-room furniture, etc, with lease of
hoaso for sale; good hotel location. 514 Siate-st.
The only steam bakery in spring
field. 111., for sale, having a good run of custom
and well arranged for the manufacture of ocackors,
bread, cakes. Ac.; all tno machinery Is new and in
good running order; will be sold cheap to a cash cus
tomer*. satisfactory reason* given forselllng. Address
JACOB FTIRNENMAN, Springfield. HI. or call on
7. BAUER, Builders’ Exchange, 183 LaSalle-st.,
Box 57;
THE BOOKSTORE AND NEWS DEPOT IN
the Post Office Building at Connell Bluffs, lowa,
forsnle. Has a well established trade ranging from
$l5 COO to $20,000 p a r annum. Rent moderate. Satis
factory reasons given for selling. Amount of stock
on hand $4.600; terms, $2,600 cash, balance In 1 and 2
years. For further particulars apply to Western
New« Company Chicago, 111., or address the proprlj.
tor. J. P. GOULDKN, Council Bluffs, lowa-
ANTED—TO BORROW—SIO 010 OR $20,000 ON
one of the finest and most substantial buildings
on Lake st. 40x1*5 >eet, for one year, two years, or
longer. Building.cost over $49,000. and rents for $lO,-
000. Moneyed men address z 11. Tribune office.
RETIRING PARTNER WILL SELL
half Interest in stock costing $1,000;
business cleara $5OO monthly. c-»fih- No bonus or
farther capital reqolrtd. 90 West Washlngton-st,
Room 4.
&AAA WILL PURCHASE HALF INTEREST,
$360 will purchase quarter Inroreßtlna
bunlnepfl that will nett yearly from $40,000 to $75,000.
Address Z 27, Tribune office.
kUfiAA“ A LIVEM4N WITHTHAT AMOUNT
ipOvlr cash, can step Into a genteel well paying
business. No bonus asked Call at 80 Soutn Sal
-Bt€d.
Kfifi WILL BUY THE BEST PAYING
tJpX#fJW business in cbiraco i, taken soon. For
particulars inquire of 8. 8. MIL X R, Room 3, 16$
West Wawbington.Bt.
PERSONA!..
PEBBONAL-OTIO CROSOHELLB WILL FIND
a letter from an old friend In P. O R A. S.
EBPONaIi —B. M, DOLLAR *TOBB. WK
will he all there. T—C—M—F, and others, very
numerous. 7:30 sharp.
J>ERSONAL-AT HOME. X YZ.
ORREBPONDENCE WANTED—A LADY WHO
possesses a moderate income wl«h* a to correa
pood'with a single gentleman or widower, about 35,
with a view to matrimony. Address Mrs JOSE
RHINE L. ANSON, Kansas City, Mo.
INFORMATION WANTED—OP THE ADDRESS
of Ann Ryan, who Is snpposedto live near Chlca-
So. and who formerly owned land In Midland Co.
rich.' H. H. HOYT Eaat Saginaw. Mich.
: HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
FOR SALE — CHEAP —BEDSTEADS, MAT.
treason, pillowo, and ohalrs, nearly new, at
Butterfield blj between Twentv-ninth and Thirtieth*
ats.
ARTIES WISHING TO DISPOSE OF FDR
nlture, carpets and general household goods will
do well to call on J. H; PIKE <fc CO.. 7SI West Lake
st- All kinds of goods sold on commission at private
sale and auction.
HE EMPIRECOMBINATION PARLOR bed
atead, an elegant piece of fnrnltnre. In four
styles, adapted to parlor, dining-room, library, and of
fice Child’s Empire Bedstead now ready. Price ki2
to JDO ■ Sold on Instalments of SlO monthly. Empire
Bedstead Company. 352-Madlson.at.
CLAIRVOYANTS.
DR. MATHEW AND MADAM MAYNARD CAN
tellofbnslnesa, journeys, marriages, law salts,
absent friends, lost or stolen property; can positively
tell the truth about anything yon may wish to know:
cores all diseases or no pay. 159 West Madison at.
ADAM IDELL, THE CELEBRATED AS
trologlet. is now permanently located In Chica
go. endowed with the wonderful gift of unveiling
hidden mysteries of th* future; she astonishes all
who vlftit her—correctly reading *ho past and pres
ent. Tho stars are to her an unsealed book of fate in
.which she can read the future. All In trouble call
satisfaction or no pay. Astrolog cal consultation of
paat present, or future by letter, enclose exact age
and $2 Address or oallon MADAM IDELL, id South
Green Bt.
FOB SAIL
For sale fixtures, consisting op
shelving, counters, eto,, etc.* nearly new, for sale
very cheap. Also store to rent If detlred; rent very
low. Inquire at 445 Somh Halated st.
Fob bale—large stock op roqrr’s
plated ware and cutlery at less than New York
prcea. WM. A a. W, WH fcELER, 316 state-st.
Fob sale-saloonkeepers attention.
3 000 samples cigars for sale cheap. Inquire at
204 West Adama-st, between 3 and 6 p. m.
-j-
BookkMPtn'. CUrb* ‘
THtTANTED—A MAN OP TO
W travel an d sell goods In the state
A Ifo, One for the tttate of Mlcbigao. A liberal salary
will be paid to the right kind of man wh» can luml»h
references of former fcuuluefls acqualntancea. • A«V
drees aLFBED, pare Carrier No. L
ANTED-a young MaN WHO has HAD
experience as bank bookkeeperorteller; al*°,
boy for mesaenger. Reply, givbiS reference, to D 22.
Tribune olhce.
ANTED—AN EXPERIENCED, RELIABLE.,
and competent bookkeeper in tte wholesUe
drug trade. eTbubnHaM & SON, 157 and 159 oa»
nal at . • • ■ *
ANTED-BALHSMBN FOR THE BEST
telling thing out. needed *2 a
n*verbtforeciffered for sale. BOUOHTON A CO.,
*.*73 West Madison-f-t.. up atalrs.
TCTAKTED—A PRESCRIPTION'DRUG OLBRK
>o married ma n*-**d apply. Address, by loiter
E 23, Branch Tribune Office.-
TIT ANTED—A BE3IDENT SALESMAN IN
•» liquor house In Oin*
clnpntt. a JiiieralcommlaMon oc salary will be paid
10 a first-class m ftn - Addread O. & 0., oaro carrier 15,
Chicago. .
ANTP.D-A DRUG CLERK. APPLY AT 5H5
Waba»h av. ;
Trade*.
VTCTANTED—SHOEMAKERS TO - -WORK ON
\? mls-es’ and oiilldrrn’H machine sewed shoes; on©
cutter, one uiramer, one Uster, andtwo stitchers : to
fin-t c)a«H workmen steady work and good pay. Call
4t PAYNE. teTELLB, CASS «fc CO.’S, 34 and 86 South
Panel at, fourth floor. *
anted-twenty masons Can find
btefldv employment, at good wages, at Duluth.
aOMbTOCK «t HARVEY.
WANTED-ONE BARBER, IM-
V » m» diately. Good wages and steady employment.
Call at 951 West Lake-et. -
ANTED —TWO GOOD aK
»V era. L. J. COLBURN, Confectioner, 123 North
May at.
ANTED—A GOOD PIE BAKEK TO THE
right man good wages and steady work. None
bnt a good workman need apply at 31 and 23 North
Cllntoß-at.
ANTED CYLINDER FEEDERS. GOOD
hands only need aoply. this morning, early. OT
TAWaY, BROWN & COLBERT, 7 and 9 South Jef
ferson-fit. .
TTIJANTED—A CUTTER AND GRINDER. ONE
TT accustomed to flue work. Apply to JAMES
PATCH EL, S3 Poutfa Canal at. -
WANTED-TWO GOOD CARPENTERS AT
A. PLAMONDOK’b, 61 South Cllnton-at.
WANTED— FOUR FIRST-CLASS FRAME
makers, corner of Twenty second aad May*sta
immediately. COOMBS, PARK <fe CO.
VFAKTKD-GOOD WOOD TURNERS. APPLY
»T at Phoenix Planing Mill, oor. Sangamon and
CarroU-sts.
ANTED—A GOOD CARRIAGE BLACK
smith, in rear 33 West Waabingtoa-sfe.
ANTED-A YOUNG MAN TO WORK tN A
photngtfiph gallery; one that knows something
about the buslnes** preferred, call at or addiess for
3 days, W. HENSHEI, Photographer, 94 Arober-av.
ANTS D—TWO FIRST CLASS BOOK CO
noeltors. No others needapply. J.J. SPALD
ING & CO , 103 South Canal st. -
WANTED—BOYS TO SOLDER AT CHICAGO
» T Mfg. Co.. 213 and 215 East Lake st.
Coachmen, Teaznsiera, &o.
W ANTED-A THOROUGHLY COMPETENT
coacbmsß. None other need apply. Situation
very deelrabie Pay liberal lor services reqnlred-
Satlsfnctoiy references required. Address V7O, Tri
bune Branch office..
Miscellaneous*
CTTaNTED—3.SOO RAILROAD LABORERS TO
.J* work on the Jiftowing roads nowbuilding:
■oOUirnron ft Ontonagon Railroad, Wisconsin Central
West End. Jackson, Lansing ft Saginaw Railroad,
Detroit ft Bay City. We furnish transportation to
ail, and pay from 12 00 to (2 50 par day; board, £i 00 I
plenty of station work from 23 to 28c per yard. Also
want, men for chopping ties at ISc'aplece In Indiana.
We furnish work to men on farms, saw-mills, brick;
Tarda. *c. Apply for further particulars, to CHRIS
TIAN ft BING, 101 South Canal-st. up stairs.
TJUANTED —MEN LOOKING FOB EMPLOY
»▼ meet to call on KIMBALL ft CO.. 160 West
Madlson-st; business legitimate; pays better than
wages.
ANTED—SIX WAITERS AT THE HOLLY
Tree Coffee Inn, 185 Monroe at., near LaSalle-st.
Apply this morning before 10 o’clock.
TJCTANTFr— I TWO NO. ONE MEN ON A FARM
▼ » near the city. O. H. BECKWITH ft CO„ 140
Michigan-av.
TTTANTFD—A GOOD RELIABLE MAN AND
” * wife to manage ft stock-farm, within <0 miles of
Chicago; none need apply unless really competent
ard can fnrnlsh good reference ; Bcotcn or English
preferred. O 98. Tribune office.
WANTED— IN THE CITY AND EVERY*
■where, men to sell Indispensable goods to hunt*
lice a»o the trade 81 West Adama-at.
WANTED— 25 MEN AND 2 BOYS FOB FARM
work ; 1 b*y to wait on table, and 1 butcher. In
quire at £0 Bbennan-st., opposite the B. I. depot-
AKTED-TO LEAVE THIS DAY. SAW-MILL
and farm hands, wages $2B to 135 per month:
al*o miners, at 076 to 290 ; laborers for Superior, ai
S3 >per month; three different railroads, from $2 to
(2 SO per day. Apply to Company’s agents, 23 West
Randolph at, np stairs,
•mANTED—FOR INDIANA, 75 TEAMS, |4 PER
“I day; 200 laborers. £2-perday, Steady work.
Fare and office charges advanced, by SNELL ft
SHAW, 28 West Madlson-st, agents for tha com pauy.
ANTED—3OO TRACK LAYERS AND SPlK
era. for the Illinois ft Pacific Railroad, for i 111-
nois: free fare; no charges in office. 50 trackmen
and laborers for Wisconsin ;go on to-night; saw-mill
ard farm hands. ANGELL ft COAKER, 21 West
Randolph at.
Wanted— a man and his wife, with
out children, to go to the country, the man to
do general work about the house and barn, his wife to
cook; a good h< me and liberal wages ; prefer Swedes,
Norwegians or Germans. Apply at £0 Washington,
comer Dearborn, from 3 to 3 p. m-
ANTED—GOOD RELIABLE MEN TO CAN
vi.HS for a new article in the hardware trade.
Address or call on C. H. LYON, 65 South Clinton at.
np atairr.
ANTED—SCO RAILROAD LABORERS. FREE
fare: no office fees; also, sawmill bands. Apply
at 33 West Washlngton-st, Room 1.
ANTED—LABORERS FOR THE CHICAGO
ft Milwaukee R. R, near the city; wages. 03
perdav Apply at ICS North Desplolnea-at., cor. Car
roll. No office fees
ANTED-IMMEDIATELY, 2CO LABORERS
and track layers: wages. $2 25 and $260; fare
fa rMitd; no fee charged. 127 West Washlngton-st,
Rooms.
WANTED— MAN AND WIFE TO GO ON FARM
near city; wife must be good washer and ironor.
Ti.qnlre from ll 103. CUBTHELL, 122 West Wash-
Ifgtop-Ht, Locm -L
WANTED— MAN JOB FARM WORK. THE
highest wages paid a good man that knows his
business A Iso. one man to drive a sprinkling wagon.
Call to day, from 6 to 13 at 167 West Jaokson-st.
W .ANTED—4 RESTAURANT ORDER COOKS ;
also, 1 male or female pastry cook for hotel;
wages from fSffte 075 perraontfl. 128 West Monroe
, star Employment Office.
ANTED—23’ MEN FOR THE CITY, WITH #5
to 010 capital, for an easy business paving ois
’ weekly. A. RaY, 230 West Randolph-st .Chicago.
ANTED—A SMART ACTIVE YOUNG MAN,
20 to 25 years-at ago, with good education to
keep accounts, ftc. Oni correct at figures. Apply
at Clarke’s European Hotel. T, CONSIDINE.
ANTED—I.OOO MEN, TO LEAVE SURE TO
.lay. for Menomonee ft Esoanaba R. R; high
wagsa; company work; free fare and no office fees.
A'sc/SOfarm and “aw-nlll bands; wage*. $26 to 213
per month and board. HKNRY HJORTH, 50 West
Rnrdn’ph and 73 wrßt Klaale fits.
WANTED— 2AOO RAILROAD LlßOKeiKb, FUK
the Wisconsin Central; wages, $2.25 per day;
board. 54 00 per week—fare and board advanced;
Five brick moulders, $3 per day. Saw.mill and farm
builds, f26 to s*s permonth and board. Apply at 28 j
West vadlson st PNKI.L ft Set AW. Agents
LOST AND FOUND.
Lost or stolen—missing since 4th
July from ray residence, Forty-fcveoth-tit. near
Hyde Park-ay.* Kenwood, my large Newfoundland
dog. Black with white breast—namM Frank A
liberal reward will be paid for his return a* above
or to iuy office 158 MJchigan.av. JOSKPHJB LEWIS,
OST—A GREEN PL4.ID WOOLEN CAPS, ON
Monday evening in a Wabash-ar.. stage at cor*
ntrof Twenty second st A suitable reward will be
paid bv returning it to 604 Wabaah-av.
OST—ON SUNDAY, JULY 7; A LADY’S BEAD
necklace and locket, between Polt-at. and Jeffer
son Park. The finder will be liberally rewarded by
returning it to 303 South Jefferaon-st.
OUND-ON SOUTH CANAL-ST, SUNDAY
evening, a pocket book containing a sum of
money) tho owner can have the same by calling at the
American Express Company, Well st. Depot, and
paying lor this advertisement.
UUND-A BROWN SPOTTED DOG. OWNER
call at 211 Mllwaukee-av.
STOLEN— BY OUR TEAMSTER, ABOCT NOON
yesterday, July 3. a pair ot mnlesr one a mare,
yellow or monse colored, about 4 years old; the other
a brown gelding 5 years old. with new harness, and
wagon painred red with common dirt box. The man
is slight built, light compltzloned. and had on a now
suit of clothes when last seen. A liberal reward will
be given for the return of man and property to A. &
L B. FIERCE. 374 Wabaeh-av. •
STRAY ED—slo KEWaKD-JULY 6, 1872, PrtOll
No. 405 Erie at., two mules, one large and one
small, with halters on. belonging to D. S. BUTLER,
Lodi. Kane County. 111. K. EAMEB.
reward lost, d*rk brown
horeo, 9 years old. with white star on the
forehead, also a little lame In one of his hind legs.
Above rewa T d If returned to PATRICK O’CON*
NELL. No. 155 PeerlDg st.
LAUNDER’S LOAN OFFICE, IEO TWBNTY-SBO
ond-st., corner Wabaah-av., Boom 2. Money to
loan on diamonds, wat-cbes «to. Established. 1354.
Money to loan in bums of si.ooo ok
more on real estate in Chicago or Cook County.
HUTCHINSON «fc LUFF, 331 Wabashav.
Money advanced on furniture, jew
elry, houses on leased lots, buggies, pianos, or
approved orders. Rato of interest nominal Address
L. E. BARDWELL, Chicago P. 0., or Tribnne office,
ONEY TO LOAN ON CITY REAL ESTATE,
$5 060 to $50,000 at 9 per cent, smaller sums to
salt, and houses on leased ground. Real estate paper
bought. B GROSSMAN, Room 11.151 Monroe-st.
ONEY TO LOAN ON CITY REAL
By G. 8. HUBBARD. Jr., TO Sonth Oanal-et.
TO LOAN—SSO.OCO IN CITY REAL ESTATE AT
9 and 10 per cent Can close without delay. JO
frIAHH. BTSPELL. <5 Bryan Block.
MACHINERY.
AMES* ENGINES. PORTABLE 3 TO 40-HORS3
bower; threshing, 8 and 10-horse; circular saw
mills. Forsmon’s grinding mills, oorn-shellers, belt
ing. &o- COLLINS BATON, 70 South Canal St.
BLANDY’S STATIONARY AND PORTABLE
engines, circular saw-mills,- boilers, shingle aut
chines and saws. Western Branch office, 58 Soutta
Canal-st. F. W. NORTHROP, Agent
Machinery—economical steam ev'nT
glnea ’and boilers. Rider governor cut off en
gines, Dubois patent air-front boilers, caloric en
gines, hoisting machinery for mines. G. S. DU BOIS
agent R4 Market st . Central Block.
pXVOROE». "
‘raryoßGES withoutjnewspaper notice.
All law business done. NEWELL HRATT,
State and United States Attorney, 404 South, ciark-at
IVOBCES LEGALLY OBTAINBI>ON SHORT
notice without scandal; experience large; fee
after decree. Address P. O. Box 117, Chicago, 111.
Divorces legally obtained without
unnecessary process Fee after decree. Scandal
avoided Address P. 0.. Drawer 533; Chicago, IIL
Divorces legally obtained ; pee ap.
ter decree; scandal avoided; nine years' prac
tice In tbArvvnrrgnfObleag'v p o bat ior*.
j MISCIxiATOOTISS,
S/ PARTY S/: WANTED /,S^^nO ,%rf CAN
command the requisite number of laborers and
give bonds for performance of the service to contract
for docking and loading about too COO telegraph poles
during the season. Call on THOS. ORToN. Supply
Agent W. U. TeL Co., Sisteenth-st..near state. y
pARH CASTOFF CLOTHING AND
V miscellaneous goods of any kind, bv sending a
letter to I. QELDER. 861 State-at. pending a
ANTED—TO BUT OUT WHOLE OR HALF
legitimate business with about 52 500
. Sme offlqj kousoiioia P2I,
'~ ALTS HELP.
VWVSrt* VN/V '^' /V '^ VWV 'Of /VVWWWVVVV ' A,V '
Donespos*
W4WT ,V' - A COMPETENT WOMAN —AS
wt '•her. and Ironer, la a private family.
ApplytoTriboO e 15 Canal-st, or at 6 Qroveland
ParifCottage G\ ‘ oye ’ -
TiTAWTitn nTTy LTO TAKE CARE OF CHILD-
W Abeiaem-.t.
nTAWTrn a voff«79 GIRL TO TAKE GARB
Wo?bai?Toto that Jafl expertenoo; Pro.eat
antpnferr-A. 850 Warrev 1 nT »°° r - Oakley.
ANTED—A GIRLTO.DO GENERAL HOUSE
■work at 1272 wabasb-gY
WANTKD-A COMPETENT QIRLTO DO
washing, Ironing and at «1 Calumet-ar.
None others need apply.
TO-ANTED—A GIRL FOR GENERAL HO US S
-77 work. Inquire, with references, at 207 West
Washlngtonst.
ANTED—A GOOD COOK, WAGE 3 $5. AT 490
Burnside at, between Twenty-ninth and Thlr
tieth-etß.. one block wefit of Btate»t.
TTtrANTED— AT NO. 14 NORTH GREE.N-ST., A
IT good diningroom and second girt.
ANTED—TWO GfKLS, ONE TO DO GEN
eral housework and one to take oars of two ohll
dien; Germans preferred. 1312 Frairteav., between
-.twenty-ninth andTMrtteth-ats-
ANTED—A GOOD COOK. WASHER AND
ironer. with references. at 603 Fallenoa-ar.
Wanted— a girl for general hou-gs
work Mn»t be h good washer, ironer. and plain
cook. IH2 Prairie av., near Twenty-foorth-at.. from
10 to 12 to-day.
WANTED— AN EXPERIENCED GIRL TO DO
general housework at 247 West Madl on-at..
third floor I. laBERGB.
WANTED- A WOMAN FROM THE CITY OR
conntrv to assist alalv in light housework and
the care of children. A lady of refinement, who wIT
value considerate treatment, might find this a desira
ble home. Address E 58. Tribune office
ANTED—GIRL TO DO HOUSEWORK AT
610 Burnside-fit., between Thirty-first and Thir
ty second-sts-
YTTANTED—A GOOD SWEDE OR GERMAN
7 V girl to do general houaew-rk. Inquire at 167
Walnut-st. for three daja. Wages, $4.
ANTED GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; small family and good wages. 74)
■West 'Washington.at.
WANTED— A COMPETENT GIRL TO DO
general homework nC7H West Monroe- st, cor.
Lincoln; must be a good cook, washer and Ironer.
Apply for two days.
TTTANTED—A YOUNG GIRL TO TAKE CARE
TT of a baby. Call at 930 Wabash av.
WANTED— A GOOD COOK. WASHER AND
Irrner In a small private family. Inquire at
1064 Wabaeh-av.
WANTF-D-A FIRST-CLASS COOK AND
laundress ; must con? well recommended. Ap
ply at 273 West Van Bnren-st.
WANTED- A GIRL TO COOK. WASH, AND
. Iron, etc . at 42 Union Park place.
•TOANTED—AT 582 STaTE-ST.. A GOOD GIRL
T1 for general housework ; must come well recom
mended ; so Irish need prerent themselves; down
stairs.
TOTANTED—A GIRL TO COOK AT 657 WEST
77 Monroe-at Call early.
WANTED— A FIRST-CLASS COOK AT 694
Wabaeh-av.
TOtTANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR KITCHEN
77 work at 488 tttate-fit. German or Swede p.e
ferred. n
WANTED— A NURSE GIRL. MUST COMB
with references. Apply at 1156 Michlgan-av.
ANTED-A WASHERWOMAN. TO COMB
every wees. Apply at once at 371 Michigan av.
TKTANTED—AT 799 WABA3H.AV , TWO GOOD
77- girla to do laundry and kitchen work.
ANTED—A GOOD KITCHEN GIRL, GOOD
wages paid. 112 Cottage Grove-av.
ANTED-A FIRST CLASS COOK; ALSO,
chambermaid; must cune well recommended
and prepared to stay. 607 Miohlgan-av-
ANTED—AT 1253 MICHIGaN-AV., A GIRL
to do nice family sewing, and can ran Singer's
machine.
ANTED—A GOOD GOOK AND SECOND ~08
kltcLen girl, at 706 Wabaah-av.
WANTED— TWO GIRLS—A KITCHEN GIRL
and a second gir). Apply at 15 South Unlon-st.
WANTED— TWO GIRLS IN FIRST-CLASS
family, for cook and laundress. Will got good
•wages. Apply at Mrs. BATES’ office, 10 Peck-court.
•TOANTED—A GIRL TO HELP WASH AND
f T iron, and one for second work; aUo, a woman
by the day. 281 Michlgan-av.
ANTED—A GOOD GIRL FOR KITCHEN
work at a good place good wages. Inquire at
3019 Michlgan-av, corner Twenty-elghth-st.
ANTED—A GIRL FOR KITCHEN IN PRl
vate family; keep two girla, and good wages.
GEO. H. HESS, southeast corner LaSalle and Mon
roe-eta.
ANTED—A SECOND GIRL TO ASSIST IN
taking caro of a child two years old. Apply at
COOK & CHURCHILL'S. 303 Michlgan-av.
Seamstresses*
WANTFD-GOOD STITCHERS FOR SINGER
and Howe machines; most understand their
business 642 South Canal-et.
TOANTF.D—AN OPERATOR ON THE SINGER
Vf Sewing Machine. One acquainted with dress*
making. Apply at Boom 23- Nevada HoteL __
ANTED—A GOOD SEAMSTRESS ‘ r U T P°, Ta f
family eewing, one that mu Wheelor &
’ Wileon sewing machine, at 97? rndtana-ar.
HhoeUoneou*
WANTED— A STYLISII LADY.. CLERK TO
tend aoda fountain. Address L 31, Tribune office
TSTANTED—TWO WASHERS, TWO SHIRT AND
f 7 two ladies’ clothes irnnero; at Hamilton’s Laun
dry. 64 Mendian-st, in the rear of 175 West Modi
aon-fit.
WANT* D—A GIRL TO WATT ON TABLE IN
a restaurant; easy work; good wages. 343^
State-Bt.
TUTANTEn—A CLASS FOREWOMAN IN
77 a laundry. Inquire of T. O. LAMB, 127 West
Washiiigton-Bt.
ANTED—FIBST-CLAS3 COOKS, DINING
room, pantrv, laundry, and kitchen girls; cooks,
etc., for hotel*, restaurants and private houses. Hun
dreds of orders constantly on band; highest waxes
paid to competent Girls wanted from the
country. STAR EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, 126 W.
Monroe-at
ANTED—TWO LADY AGENTS TO CAN*
vass in the city on a salary. App yat tho Little
Corporal office, 165 West Washijgton.st,
ANTED —FIVE ACCOMPLISHED YOUNG
ladlefi to clerk In a periodical store. Forpar-
Honiara call in person at No. 10 South Clinton-at. for
two
ANTED—A LADY TO TAKE CHARGE OF A
lancdry In tlr't class hotel. Apply at MRS.
BATES’ Office, 10 Peck court, for particulars.
ANTED A WET NURSE LIBERAL
wages will be given and a comforSnblc-home.
Applv at No 43 Twenty-foorih-at., near calnmet-av.,
from fl to 10 a. to.
ANTED
AGENTS WANTED.
Agents wanted—a general agent—i
havejnst received advanee'dieets of anew family
Bible, which I with to pat into the ban fid ol some well*
established subscription book house to sell In the
Northwest, or the entire West if a sufficient guaran
tee of sales can bo given. The Bible will contain
about l too engravings, including 19 fall-page chro
mes, and is in many other respects one of the best
coitions of the Bible sold in the country. It will be
offered at very low figures to parties who have facili
ties for pushing the sale and have no book to inter
fere with it it no established honse can give it
proper attention, it will bo given to an experienced
agent to selL Address, stating facilities for selllosv
W. J. HOLLAND, Springfield. Mass. ~~
GENTS WANTED—FOR CHAMBERLAIN'S'
great campaign book THE STRUGGLE OP '72,;
a Novelty in Political and Popular Literature.
Contains a Graphic History of the Republican and?
Democratic Parties ; a racy sketch of the so called.?
Liberal Republican Party; an view of the Gin
clnnail Convention ; a mention of minor tloketa
or side shows of the campaign. The Hnest illustrat
ed Book published- In fact, the Bock wanted by
every American citizen To secure territory a t once,
send Si for outfit. UNION PUBLISHING COM*
PaNY, 165 Twenty second-st, Chicago, 111.
GENTS WANTED—PROFITABLE EMPLUvT
meet.—We wish to employ gentlemen and la
dies to solicit orders for the calibrated Improved
Buckeye Shuttle be wing Machine. Stitch alike on
both sides. It will stitch, hem, fell, tuck, cord, bind,
braid, gather, and ruffle,—and sew frem the finest
nainsook to beaver overooatlzgs and leather- For
farther particulars address W. A. HENDERSON <St
CO.. Cleveland. Ohio, or Bt. Louis. Mo. • •
GENTS WANTED—FOB THE AUTOBIOG.RA
phy of Horace Greeley. New illustrated edition.
The only one written by himself, and Indorsed by the
Tribune. Sent with agent’s order, book prepaid, for
9350- IRA S. SMITH.SO 9 Wabaah-av.
Agents wanted—male and female, to
handle a household article in great demand, that
will pay 950 a week the year round; $lO to $2O capital
refioired. MERRILL <fc CO.. 320 West Randolph-at
GENTS—WANTED-IN THE COUNTRY TO
sell and trade cheap lots and low priced lando.
Bare chance to make mousy. Send for circular. Ad
dress E 45. Tribune office.
HORSES AND CARRIAGES, .
A FINE STOCK OF PHAETONS, JUMP-SEATS,
basket nhaetons, Concorde, business wagons .Top
and open bnggi« s, and light carriages of every de
ception at I. a. TOWER <& BROS., manufacturers
and dealers, IQSSouth Clinton-at > near Madison.
OK PALE—A COANATFN3ROEKEQUAREB
bos boggy. Inqulreat43 FburteeDth-.st.
OB SALK—ALL GRADES OF HORSES. 4 LUli;
her waponsfrom 3351 • $-50 einglo or double har
ness. M. C. BRADLEY, 40 and-42 Harmon Court.
OR SALE-CHEAP—A LARGE FAMILY
horse, Byears old; sound-and pood worker. I
have no use for him. At No. 20 North Ada-st.
OR SALE—ONE FIRST-CLASS BCSINE3S
and delivery wagon; best stock and workmanship,
at MARTIN’S, Van Buren and Desplninea-sts.
OR SALE—TWO SECONDHAND BUGGIES,
or will exchange for express wagons, at 44 Pa*
eifle-av.
OR SALE—OR EXCHANGE F'»R HEAVY
horse, a good two-seated wagon, pole and shafts,
all complete, > ood as new. Call between 10 and 12 a.
m. at IPS feouth Cllnton-st.
OTi SALE—A GOOD PAIR OP CARRIAGE
horses well matched; kind and used to city; good
drivers, slnele or double: will be sold cheap, lor want
of use; will exchange for city property. Apply at
330 West Monroe*st, between l and 2 or after 6 o'clock
p. m.
OR PALE SEVERAL NICE DRIVING
horses, fust received; pair work horses, .stoo
Buggies, carriages, harness, &c J 63 and 70 West Mon
roe st.
OR SALE—A VERY STYLISH JUMP SEAT
earringo, with polo and shafts. Can be seen at 1014
Mlchigan-av, or inquire at 756 Wabash av. •
IF:YOU ARE IN WANT OF A TOP OR OPEN
hnpgy, phaeton, carryall, business wagon one or
two-seated—in fact any kind of a ltghtc*rrlago or
wagon, and wish to purchase cheap, don’t fall to
call and examine our stock. Work niade to order m ,
first class share and warranted. FLSICHEB,
LAZEAR <fe CHENEY. 343 Mlchigan-av
NE SADDLE-HORSE AND SOME SINGLE
drivers for sale; fioin thecoun-rv; at SILAS
DU TTON’S livery stable. 13 South Franklin-st.
ANTED—TO SHIP. IN CAKE OAF P.R
sporfible party, a pair of horses to Now York.
HADLEY BROTHERS. 136 State-st.
ANTED—A LIGHT ROAD WA OOy (BROWN’S
or ether); must be cheap. Address Y 45, Tri
bune office.
ANTFD—A PAIR OF HORSES AND A PAIR
of mules, sound and kind, snug made, and wlil
work single or double The horses to weigh from
LCfatoJ.2Colba. J. B. WEEKS, National Life Ins.
and SO East Van Buren- st.
TE/aNTED—TO BUY A HORSE, HARNESS.
sad light covered express wagon, for delivery
wacon. Must bo a complete rig, and cheap.
Apply at 21 South Canal-st, in, store.
ANTED—HORSE AND BUGGY FOR THREE
or four months. Address, stating price, P 72,
Tribune oflloe.
WANTED—TO EXCHANGE,
TO EXCHANGE—IOO FEET OB MORE ON
Randolph at. for farm and cash in three pay
ments. WOLFE & INGHaM, 61 So. Dasplalnei at.
O EXCHANGE—A STOCK OF DRY GOODS,
worth $1 COO, in a good live town, for a fsnn on
ca«h basis. P. A- BROWN, Real Estate Agent, 373
Wnhatth-av.
O EXCHANGE IMPROVED BUSINESS
i-ropeity in Chicago, resting for 18 per cant on
valuation. Will take an sO-aoro farm In part piy
ment Must be good, and well located. In Illinois
Piicenot to exceed’lUoo P. A, R.fiOWN, Real
Sst.te Agent. 373 WeiMh-av.
srruATion MALESj
Beokke«pe*e« COferke, dtcl
CJ ITUATION WANTED—BT“A YOUNG MAN r >f
O * bank, who hUt-had 7 a* v- ;i.
vldualbookkeeper: can givo the’very boat oft *••-r.
enc» where-l*at-employed.- —AddteOT'B. F. Ni-'-V'-
COMB, 90 West Madlson-sfi, ,
SITUATION WANTED—ACCOUNT BOOKS
opened, closed, or examined hr * competent no
coolUbc Posting attendea to evenings or dariog the
day. Copying dene with neatness and despatch- A.
BRASHER, Boom 15, No. ISO Bast Madiaon-St, or No.
379 West Madlaon-at.
SITUATION WANTED-BY AN rrr PtCTtTBNfL
cd accountant with best of references from for
mer employer; none bat firsboiass business men
need address V 65 Tribune office.
SITUATION WaNTED-BY A YOUNG IT AN
in a retail hat and cap store, or la furnishing
goods; pond salesman and b-*»t of references, nr in tut
( dice as copyist and accountant. Address £ 31, Trib
une faff ce.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A COMPKTh NT
bookkeeper. after regular business hours. Ad
dress JAME3 EDffARDa, Bor w, city.
Trades*
SITUATION WANTED—BY A YOUNG MAN. A
pood bouse painter and glazier, jnsj from Canada.
ApplytoTHOS STRANGE, at Clarke's European
B oteJ. cor LaSalle and South Water sts
ITUATIONS VAKTRD-BYTWV GOOD OAR
centers; trimming of house* orofflcea br the day
or piece work. Address WM, 61. North Grecn-st,
Coachmen, Teamsters, &o*
SITUATION WANTED—AS COACHMAN BY A
Swede that understands his business. Can be'
found at 37 West Adama-st.
SITUATION WANTED—AS COACHMAN BY A
first class man. Address Z Branch Tribune
office.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A FIRST-CLASS
cook. Good references. call at 367 Fourth-aT.
Miscellaneous.
QITUA TION WANTED—'HOSIERY AND GENTS*
goods—a gentleman of 20 years’ experi
ence In the city of New York in above branches is
open for an engagement: well acquainted with the
leading manuiactnr-'ra in Enropo; references to most
all importers and jobbers in New York Address H
88, Tribune office.
SITUATION WAmTED-BY A SCANDINAVI
an sua captain.Ju«t arrived from Scandinavia, -
who is acquainted with all the Sosndlnatlao lau
pnages. the German and the Kngish, either In his
profession or in other business where he can be'
made useful G 73, Tribune office.
ITUATION WANTED —AS PORTER OR
coachmen. by a respectable young man. Address -
A. D.. 13d faunmu?.*-*.
SITUATIONS WANTED—FEMALE.
Domestics*
SITUATION WANTED—BY A RESPECTABLE
Scotch Protestant plrl, to do second work In a
private family; good references, if required. South
side preferred. Address P 33, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A RESPECTABLE
plrl. to do second work in a private family. Ad
dress 204 North Ban gamon.se
SITUATIONS WANTED—FOR THREE NO 1
dining room girls ; also two Norwegian girls in a
private family; also one nurse of 18 years’experi
ence. 126 West Monroe-at. Star Employment Offlo?-
SITUATION WANTED—BY A FIRST-CLASS
cook In a private family. Apply at 655 West ludi
ana-at.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A FIRST CLASS
laundress in private family References given.
Call for three days ut MRS. (HIGGINS’ Intelligence
C files, 875 WtSt Lake-t-t.
ITUATION WANTED—BY A GIRL AS COOK
or for general housework in a private family.
Apply at iOoHuroa-at. •
SITUATION WANTED—BY A RESPECTABLE
girl to rook in a private family; good reference..
Call at 6U Canal-st, up stairs.
SITUATION WANTED—BV A PIRRT-CLAS3
pin, in a first-class private family, as cook or
laundress. 283 fourth-av.
ITUATION WANTED—IN A FIRST CLASS
boarding honae by a good cook, a stranger In the
city. Call at 289 West Taylor st. _____
SITUATION WANTED—BY A FIRST-CLASS
laundress. Call at 367 Fcurth-av. •
ITUATION WANTED—BY A RESPECTABLE
person to do housework. Call at 322 DeKoven-st
SITUATION WANTED— AS P.\BTRY COOS
in a first-class hotel. Would preefer tho coun
try. Can be seen at Sirs. BATES’office, lOPeok
court.' 3
Housekeepers,
SITUATION WANTED—BY A RESPECTABLE
woman whewouldllka totakeachlld home to wet
nurse, a pply at 274 Coolidge-st, near Ashland av.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A WOMAN ACCUS
tomed to travel, to go to3£ng ; andaa walling-mald,
or to take charge or Infant or invalid. Address 400
Mlcliigar.av. . _.
BOARDING AND LODGING.
'West Side*
9 SOUTH MAT-ST, BETWEEN WASHINGTON
and Randolph—A suite of nnfnmtshed rooms;
also a furnished front room suitable for one or tiro
gents, Tilth hoard.
-gOUTH ANN-ST, HALF BLOCK FROM
Ajvr Kau» cars—A pleasant fxnntroom, with
closet, for
men, with first class hoara» strictly urinate family).
OQ SOUTH JEFFERSON-ST.—NICE FRONT
* mO room for two, with or without hoard; day hoard
$l6 per month.
A rr SOUTH HALSTf'D-ST.—ONE LARGEPUrI
mb A nished front room with board, suitable for n
lady and gentleman or two gentlemen.
KfV SOUTH SIaY-ST , BETWEEN MADISON
fJ\J and WashngtT-n—One furnished room, with
board ; gas, hath hot and coni References
*1 -| WEST WASHINGTON s-T.—TO RENT. A
XXO large and well furnished front room with
gcod table board.
ppA WEST LA KE-ST.—BOARDING AND
AiAmX* lodging, $5 per week.
PPG WEST WASHTNGTON-ST.-A ROOM
AdU%J -frith board for two gentlemen, with single
beds; a few day hoarders wanted
OKA WF&T MADISON-ST —TO RENT,WITH
or without board, new and n'cely furnished
eleopirgrooms; cm also furnish firat-claaa table
board at reasonable rater.
South Side*
TQIW MICHIGAN-AV. MECHANIC'S HOTEL—
I«7 > First-class board and large,airy rooms, the
healthiest p'ace in Chicago; day. board, $4.50
week: hoardand lodging, SS; trnnsltnt cnsiom sLfid
per day. ConntTyTiait-nrsw.il find a quiet, home*
like place. CMX and see ua
Q/4 A MICHIGAK-AV.—TWO FRONT ROOMS,
Oix with hoar.i for gentlemen or gentleman and
wife. Terms-moderate.
>lO7 MICHTOAN-AV —FRONT ROOMS TO
rent, with hoard,for gentlemen and wives, or*
single gentlemen ; house all modem improvements,
AGO BURNSIDE-ST. (NOW DEARBORN)!
south of Twenty-ninth 1 block west of
State-«t.—Large, nicelv front room, with
hoard,form»rried coup!eortwa gentlemen, at low
urlees. Every convenience of hotel, wisn freedom of
home combined.
K1 G WABASH-AV.—A SUITS OP DESIRA-'
*JJL\f hie and handsomely 'furnished rooms, with
hoard; also single rooms. Apply at 50<t Wabash aw.
KpG WABASH AV —TO RENT FRONT
t) rooms, with board, es suite, furnished or
unfurnished.
/JAA WABA6H-AV. —FURNISHED ROOMS
DUv with first class board; references oxchang
ed.
/>Q >4 WABA9H-AV.—A LARGE HANDSOME
05/41: front room, suitable for two gentlemen;
reference required.
QAQ WABASH-AV.—A LARGE FRONT, ALSO
0057 single rooms, famished, with first-class
board-
G*7f7 INDIANA-AV.. CORNER OF TWENTY
v I I first-sf., furnished or unfurnished rooms.with
hoard; house, location, and table first-class.
7AOW MICHIGAN-AV LARGS PROMT
11/ £d A room, nicely furnished, with first class
board, for gentleman and wife. References ex*
changed.
.7 i 7*77 WABASH-AV.—LAROE FURNISHED
A X front room; also one small front room with
1 1 OT NEAR TWE STY-FOURTH
JL-A- aa J. Side Hona a ). Firat-olasa board and
rooms at $j pax xyeek. Good hotel.
T*| QA INDIaHa^AV"—A
JLXOv famished room for seotleman and wife* to
rentwith board ; also a room for sitgle gentleman/' -i
TpAA PRAIRIK-A.V.-FURNI9HBD ROOMS
XAiOO to rent, with board; references exchang
ed. ....
INDIANA-AV., NEAR TWENTY-
JgJIX sixth-st—A suite of two or three large ua
nnfnrnished rooms, with hoard
VENUE HOUSE. CORNER OF TWENTY
second at and Wahaah-av. Suites of family
rooms, single room*, and first class day hoard.
A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE CAN FIND
pleasant room and hoard in a private family,
on Waba?h-av, n*ar Twenty-aeoond-st. Address P
27, Tribune branch office.
WABASH-AV, BETWEEN TWENTY-SECOND
and Tweuty-third-sts, east front—One alcove
roam on second floor; ouoslugle. and one suitable foe
two or three young men. furnished or unfurnished,
with bn«rd. Pleasantest location in the city- Ad
dress 23 Central Block.
Country,
QTANLET HOUSE, HYDE PARE—ROOMS BN
O suite or ►lnKly, with hoard. Terms 55 to $l2 par?
week. M I DAY.
Boa bp—board and furnished room
forselfand wife. To he permanent, must have
good board and nicely Inrnlohtd room. Address T,
55, Tribune office.
OABD— BY A GfNTLEMAN AND WIFE,
wi-h well furnished front room, between Lake
and Madiaon-sts , and Ashland av. and Lincoln at.
Address BR.M.U. Ex. Co.
Board— country board for selj? wife,
child, and nurse ; Evanston p-eferred. Address,
with full particulars, S, Care Letter Carrier 4, Chica
go P- O.
Board— country board wanted imme
diately by a lady and boy 12 years old. Good ref.
prences Address, stating locality and terms,
FR« NK B-. 7?0 West Jackson »t. Cb'cae**
•WAOTED—TO R2HT.
Wanted— to rent—two rooms, suita
hlo for light housekeeping. Address, stating'
terms andKcsuon, N 7VTribune olHco.
TO ANTED—TO RENT SECOND, THIRD,.
“T fourth and fifth floors of two stores. -WxtßO; loca
tion m Stote-st or Wfcba«!i-av. between Madison and •
Haniaon-fta, or on Madiaon-st, between Wabaali-av.
and river, for an established wholesale business. Ad
dress P4B,careW. H.Condon,M south Canahat.»
Room L'
ANTED—TO RENT—ABOUT 3 ROOMS FOR
housekeeping in a quiet, respectable family,
within two miles of Court House. State rent to-
M P, Peat Office.
■\TTANTED—TO RENT—A FEW SMALL CO’D
vT lagea. convenient to street cars, for fitaVclisa
tenants. Rent about S2> to 03° for caatotnora. R.Q,
GOODWILIIE, 133 West Madison-nt.
■TOANTED-TO RENT—IN GOOD LOCATION
on West Side, house of sto 10 rtw>ms. Best of
references. Address L. MSRRIMaN, TribuneoSloe,
ANTED—’TO "RENT—A SUITABLE PLAO d
for a cigar stand, or buy out ono t.hat Is alreftiv
established. Address, with full particulars, G 7:**
Brorch Tribune otflee.
VTtTANTED—TO RENT—IN GOOD LOOATI '7
it cn West Side, bouse of stn to rooms. R-- f
refercrcsa. Address I*- yKRRTMAJT, Tribago^^j^
BIHLSnIB BATERIAK
FOB PAXE-ABOUT il.tMO PKET GEtrniNß
imii-rred Scotc.h rooErg fe’t; «l»o 20,000 Joel:
' status non ofmlaotlng' lolt. Iram the ...mo fajtorr.
XrXly toPOBERT OBirPITH. Iroi Comlco Works,
comer Grove and Ninetevth sta.
OR SALE-300,W.0 FIRST-CLASS OLD BRICK,
equal to new, atd ready for immediate deJvery.
Apply at Goods Depot, 195 ana 197...
Xnkost . . ~
200;000l5^ ,^^«? ? : £
dellTored at rn w> per thon«»ml.
& Co., Brick CoaiujisJiouilfrchaui--'. j? »«ost leaa*
St.
DO THE
board-
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